Maria Toohey

     Maria Toohey was the daughter of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.
     Maria Toohey married James Ryan.

Martin Toohey

(circa 1865 - 4 May 1919)
     Martin Toohey was born circa 1865. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.
     Martin died on 4 May 1919 in Malvern, Victoria. MR. MARTIN TOOHEY. Widespread regret was expressed at the death on Sunday, 4th inst., of Mr. Martin Toohey, of Regent-street, Ascot Vale. The late Mr. Toohey was a well-known and highly-respected business man of Puckle-street, Moonee Ponds, for many years. He was identified in C.Y.M.S. circles in earlier years, being a member of the old St. Patrick's branch, and also a member of the Essendon branch, of which he was a life honorary member. He was, until overcome by sickness, a zealous member, of St. Brendan's Conference of St. Vincent de Paul Society, and a block collector. Mr. Toohey, who had been in failing health for a considerable time, bore his sickness with great fortitude, and, fortified by the last rites of Holy Church, died a very happy death. The deceased gentleman was a sterling Catholic, and a man of charitable disposition. The remains were interred in the Keilor Cemetery, close to Mr. Toohey's birthplace, the last prayers being recited by tte Rev. Fr. Nelan, 1 of Essendon. R.I.P. He was buried on 5 May 1919 in Keilor, Victoria.

Matthew Toohey

(1855 - 1855)
     Matthew died in 1855 in Victoria. He was born in 1855 in Keilor, Victoria. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.

Michael James Toohey

(circa 1880 - 1885)
     Michael James Toohey was born circa 1880. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.
     Michael died in 1885 in Wangaratta, Victoria.

Michael James Percival Toohey

(1889 - 28 April 1954)
     Michael James Percival Toohey was commonly known as Percival. He was born in 1889 in Ascot Vale, Victoria. He was the son of Patrick Toohey and Mary Dooley.
     Michael James Percival Toohey married Amy Helen Deas, daughter of William Deas and Annie Richardson, in 1912 in Victoria.
     Michael was registered as Percival James Toohey, bootmaker at 201 At Leonard's Rd, Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     Michael James Percival Toohey made a will dated 16 October 1927 in Victoria. He was of 327 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale, bootmaker, at the time.
     Michael and Patrick were registered as Percival James & Ethel Margaret Toohey, along with Patrick, also a bootmaker & Blanch, tailoress. at 291 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the 1928 electoral roll.
     Michael and Ethel were registered as Percival James, bootmaker, Ethel Margaret, home duties, Ethel Mary, stenographer, & Blanche Toohey, tailoress, resided together at 327 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the between 1936 and 1937 electoral roll.
     Michael and Ethel were registered as Percival James Toohey, bootmaker, with Ethel Margaret, home duties & Blanche Toohey, tailoress at 327 Mt Aexander Rd, Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     Michael died on 28 April 1954 in Ascot Vale, Victoria.
     His will was proved on 16 September 1954. Michael J P Toohey, bootmaker of Ascot Vale.

Child of Michael James Percival Toohey and Amy Helen Deas

Owen Toohey

(circa 1833 - 29 July 1880)
     Owen Toohey was born circa 1833 in Tipperary, Ireland. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Harty.
     Owen Toohey married Mary Hickey circa 1852.
     Owen died on 29 July 1880 in Moonee Ponds, Victoria. He was buried on 31 July 1880 in Keilor, Victoria. His gravestone at Keilor reads: Erected by Mary Toohey, in loving remembrance of her husband Owen Toohey, who died 29 July 1880, aged 47 years. And their children, John, who died 17 Feb 1888 aged 24 years, Catherine & Owen who died in infancy, also the above Mary Toohey who died 8 Jun 189, aged 65 years. Akso Martin who died 19? May 1919. Also Bridget died 16? Feb 1936. Anastasia Toohey who died 3 February 1953.
     The administration of his estate was granted in 1881 at Victoria. His estate was valued at £150.

Children of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey

Owen Toohey

     Owen Toohey married Mary Harty.

Child of Owen Toohey and Mary Harty

Owen Toohey

(1874 - July 1876)
     Owen Toohey was born in 1874 in Keilor, Victoria. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.
     Owen died in July 1876. Died in infancy. He was buried on 20 July 1876 in Keilor, Victoria.

Patrick Toohey

(10 November 1859 - 1934)
     Patrick Toohey was born on 10 November 1859 in Keilor, Victoria. He was baptised 21 Nov at St Augustine's, Keilor. He was the son of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.
     Patrick Toohey married Mary Dooley, daughter of Michael Dooley and Mary Clarke, in 1880 in Victoria.
     Patrick was registered as Patrick Toohey, bootmaker, Blanche Toohey, tailoress, Ethel Margaret, home duties & Hubert Brendan, comp. at 291 Mt Alexander Rd, Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     Patrick and Michael were registered as Percival James & Ethel Margaret Toohey, along with Patrick, also a bootmaker & Blanch, tailoress. at Ascot Vale, Victoria, on the 1928 electoral roll.
     Patrick died in 1934 in Ascot Vale, Victoria.

Children of Patrick Toohey and Mary Dooley

Un-named (Ann?) Toohey

(1867 - )
     Un-named (Ann?) Toohey was born in 1867 |An Ann was born 5 Sep 1867 and baptised the 6th at St Augustine's, Keilor; her sponsor was Maria Toohey. in Keilor, Victoria. She was the daughter of Owen Toohey and Mary Hickey.

Bridget Toohill?

     Bridget Toohill? married Garret Colbert before 1816.

Children of Bridget Toohill? and Garret Colbert

Jane Esther Toosey

(before 1770 - )
     Jane Esther Toosey was born before 1770 in Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of the vicar of Hessett..
     Jane Esther Toosey and Rev Roger Cocksedge obtained a marriage licence on 9 March 1791 in Sudbury. Roger Cocksedge, jun., of BSE, clerk, s.m. & Jane Esther Toosey, of same, s.w., at same.
     Jane Esther Toosey married Rev Roger Cocksedge, son of Rev Roger Cocksedge M.A. and Lina Whitely, on 10 March 1791 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     In Rev Roger Cocksedge M.A.'s will dated 7 June 1805 in Bury St Edmunds, Jane Esther Toosey was named as executrix of the estate; The will of Reverend Roger Cocksedge of Bury St Edmunds mentions the relict of his late son, Mrs Jane Esther Cocksedge and his great nieice Mrs Ord and great nephew Martin Thomas Cocksedge (to whom he leaves his Gentlelmen's magazine from 1792). She was an executor of Rev Roger Cocksedge M.A.'s estate on 27 March 1806.

Leo Elzie Tope

(22 April 1900 - 27 March 1937)
     Leo Elzie Tope was born on 22 April 1900 in Clearfield, Iowa, USA.
     Leo Elzie Tope married secondly Henrietta Zabel circa 1924. He had married Frances Floteal Rood in Crenston, Iowa on September 16, 1920.
     Leo Elzie Tope and Henrietta Zabel were recorded in 1930 census in 5127 Clinton St, Los Angeles, California. Leo P Tope, age 29, born in Iowa, sound engineer for motion pictures, lived with wife Margaret, age 25, born in California, and sons George, 8 and Leo, Jr., six months old. It seems that Henrietta Zabel started to use what I suppose was her middle name (from his mother Margaret?). According to the 1930 Census Leo and Margaret were married about 1924.
     Leo died on 27 March 1937 in Los Angeles County, California, aged 36.

Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB

(18 August 1809 - 24 August 1855)
     Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB was born on 18 August 1809. He was the second son of Major-General Sir Henry Torrens and of Sarah, daughter of Colonel Robert Patton, governor of St. Helena. He was christened on 12 September 1809 in St Marylebone, Westminster.
     Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB married Maria Jane Murray (Lady Torrens), daughter of General John Murray and Maria Pascoe, on 31 August 1832 in Westminster. Both single of this parish, by banns, witnessed by Freeman Murray & Maria Murray.
     Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB and Maria Jane Murray (Lady Torrens) appeared on the 1841 census in John St, Westminster. He as aged 30 living iwth Lady Torrens aged 60, and Maria Jane Torrens aged 30.
     He was governer of St Lucia from 1844 to 1848. He declined the offer of the Lieutenant-Governorship of Saint Lucia as a permanent appointment, preferring to continue his service in the royal Welsh fusiliers.
     Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB and Maria Jane Murray (Lady Torrens) were recorded on the 1851 census in the Citadel, Plymouth, Devon. Lt Colonel Arthur W Torrens, 41, Comm Officer, born Marylebone, Mdx, wife Maria Jane Torrens, 35, born Valenciennne ... Near? France, British subject. Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB was awarded the medal and clasp, the thanks of parliament, was promoted to be a major-general for distinguished service in the field on 12 Dec. 1854, and was made a knight commander of the Bath, military division in 1854.
     Arthur died of battle wounds from Inkerman on 24 August 1855 in Paris, France, aged 46. His widow, Maria Jane, youngest daughter of General John Murray, whom he married in 1832, erected a monument to him in St Paul's Cathedral. He was buried in Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris.
     More information about Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB may be found at http://governorgeneral.gov.lc/governors-and-governors-general/sir-arthur-wellesley-torrens.

Adeliza de Tosny

(say 1065 - 26 November 1120)
     Adeliza de Tosny was born say 1065 She was described as lady of Belvoir bef Autumn 1126 ,2 d aft 11363 = (2) ROGER Bigod,4 b ca 1045,5 vavasor in Les Loges & Savenay,6 lord of Framlingham ca 1101,7 sheriff of Suffolk 1072–1075/81, 1086 & 1101/07, sheriff of Norfolk 1086 & 1100–1107,8 a royal steward,9 d Earsham, Suffolk 8 or 10 Sep 1107,10 bur Norwich cathedral11. She was the daughter of Robert de Tosny and Adelais.
     Adeliza de Tosny married Roger Bigod Earl of Norfolk, son of Robert le Bigod de Loges, before 1085. Roger was previously believed to have married firstly an "Adelaide (Adelidis)" of unknown parentage, and secondly Alice de Toeny (CP ix 577, 578).
But Keats-Rohan, "Domesday Descendants", p. 396, argues that these are both the same woman, and lists sons Hugh, William and Humphrey and daughters Cecilia, two Matildas and Gunnora (no Jane)
.
     Adeliza died on 26 November 1120. K S B Keats-Rohan in "Prosopon" no. 9 wrote: The elder of Robert de Tosny's younger daughters was Adelisa, wife of Roger Bigod at his death in 1107. It is probable that Roger was married only once, although he is usually credited with two wives of the same name on the inconclusive evidence of a pro anama clause in a charter of his son William. Roger and his wife Adelisa gave charter for Rochester priory which referred to their sons and daughters and was attested by their children William, Humphrey, Gunnor and Matilda. This charter tellingly refers to King Henry, making it highly unlikely that Roger acquired a second wife and second family before his death in 1107. It is likely that Rogers' children were born from the late 1090s onwards, and that the youngest of them were Hugh and Cecilia.[13] Roger's daughters Gunnor and Matilda were married soon after 1107. Gunnor's marriage to Robert fitz Swein of Essex had perhaps been arranged by her father. Matilda was married to William de Albini pincerna by Henry I who bestowed 10 Bigod fees on her as a marriage portion. The marriages certainly took place before Adelisa de Tosny became the heiress to Belvoir on the death without issue of her eldest sister Albreda, some time between 1115/18 and 1129, when Adelisa, as widow of Roger Bigod, accounted for her father's land of Belvoir.

Children of Adeliza de Tosny and Roger Bigod Earl of Norfolk

Albreda de Tosny

( - between 1115 and 1116)
     Albreda de Tosny was the daughter of Robert de Tosny and Adelais.
     Albreda de Tosny married Robert de Insula. Albreda married Robert de Insula, lord of Belvoir (by right of his wife).
     Albreda died between 1115 and 1116. As Lady of Belvoir, died after 1115 but before autumn 1116.

Alice de Tosny

     Alice de Tosny was the daughter of Roger de Tosny and Alice de Bohun.
     Alice de Tosny married Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke, son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Mauduit, before 23 September 1289. On 25th Oct 2003, Douglas Richardson posted this, confirming their marriage:
"Complete Peerage 12 Pt. 1 (1953): 769-771 (sub Tony) has a good account of the life of Ralph VI de Tony (died 1239), baron of Flamstead, co. Hertford. The editor states that Ralph VI de Tony married betwen 1232 and 1234 Pernel, "daughter of Walter de Lacy, presumably by his wife, Margaret, da. of William de Briouze."
Following Ralph's death at sea in 1239, Pernel married (2nd) William de St. Omer. She was last known to be living 25 November 1288, "when she had quittance of the common summons of the eyre for common pleas in Wiltshire." [C.P. 12 Pt. 1 (1953): 771, footnote e].
New research indicates that Lady Pernel de Tony was living as 9 March 1290, when she was examined by the Bishop of Worcester regarding the
marriage of her granddaughter, Alice de Tony, to Walter de Beauchamp.
The following item is found in the Register of Bishop Godfrey Giffard,
Part 3 (Episcopal Regs., Dioc. of Worc.) (1900): 367–368:
"Memorandum, that on the 7th of the Ides of March [9 March 1290], the bishop examined witnesses, namely, Sir William le Poer, Sir Robert de Bracy, Sir John de Thorndon, knights, and the lady Petronilla de Tovy [Tony], and the rector of the church of Piriton [Pirton], upon the degree of consanguinity between Sir Walter de Bello Campo, knight, and the lady Alice de Tovy [Tony], his wife. The bishop found them to be within the fourth degree, and as they were ignorant at the time of contract that there was any impediment between them, he decreed the marriage and the issue thereof to be lawful.".
     Alice de Tosny was mentioned in 1334.

Child of Alice de Tosny and Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke

Berenger de Tosny

(between 1045 and 1050 - before 20 June 1115)
     Berenger de Tosny was born between 1045 and 1050. He was the son of Robert de Tosny and Adelais.
     Berenger died before 20 June 1115. He was married to Albreda.

Constance de Tosny

(between July 1233 and January 1237 - after 11 November 1266)
     Constance de Tosny was born between July 1233 and January 1237. She married Sir Fullk FitzWarine of Whittington. She was the daughter of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny and Pernel de Lacy.
     Constance died after 11 November 1266.

Geoffrey de Tosny

     Geoffrey de Tosny was the son of Robert de Tosny and Adelais.

Goda de Tosny

     Goda de Tosny married Walde? de Ferrers.

Ida de Tosny

     Ida de Tosny was the daughter of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny and Marguerite de Beaumont.
     Ida de Tosny married Roger Bigod 2nd Earl of Norfolk, son of Hugh Bigod 1st Earl of Norfolk.

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (2) de Tosny

(circa 955 - after 1023)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (2) de Tosny was born circa 955. He was the son of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul de Tosny.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul died after 1023.

Children of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (2) de Tosny

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (3) de Tosny Lord of Flamstead

(circa 1030 - between 24 March 1102 and 1103)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (3) de Tosny Lord of Flamstead married Isabelle de Montfort. Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (3) de Tosny Lord of Flamstead was born circa 1030. He was the son of Roger de Tosny the Spaniard and Godehildus/Gotelina de Unknown.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul died between 24 March 1102 and 1103. He was buried in St Pierre de Castillon Abbey, Conches, France.

Child of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (3) de Tosny Lord of Flamstead and Isabelle de Montfort

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (4) de Tosny

( - circa 1126)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (4) de Tosny was the son of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (3) de Tosny Lord of Flamstead and Isabelle de Montfort.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (4) de Tosny married Adeliza/Alicia Lady of Walthamstow, daughter of Waltheof Earl of Northumbria & Huntingdon and Judith of Lens, after 24 March 1102.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul died circa 1126. He was buried say 1127 in St Pierre de Castillon Abbey, Conches, France.

Child of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (4) de Tosny and Adeliza/Alicia Lady of Walthamstow

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny

     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny was the son of Roger (3) de Tosny and Gertrude/Ida de Hainult.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny married Marguerite de Beaumont after 1155.

Children of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny and Marguerite de Beaumont

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny

(circa 1190 - 29 September 1239)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny was born circa 1190. He was the son of Roger de Tosny de Conches (4) and Constance de Beaumont.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny married Pernel de Lacy between November 1232 and November 1234. Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny was widowed on 29 September 1239 on the death of his wife Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny.

Children of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny and Pernel de Lacy

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (7) de Tosny

(1255 - before 29 July 1295)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (7) de Tosny was born in 1255. He was the son of Roger de Tosny and Alice de Bohun.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul died before 29 July 1295.

Radulph/Ralph/Raoul de Tosny

(between 915 and 920 - after May 991)
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul de Tosny was also known as Ralph/Radulph (1) in records. He was born between 915 and 920 in Tosny, France. His brother was Hugo, archbishop of Rouen (942 - 10 Nov 1989). He became Seigneur of Tosny after 942. He was the son of Hugues Calvacamp.
     Radulph/Ralph/Raoul died after May 991.

Children of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul de Tosny

Ralph de Tosny

     Ralph de Tosny was the son of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (6) de Tosny and Pernel de Lacy.