(?) Unknown

( - before 14 October 1682)
     (?) Unknown married William Nun.
     (?) died before 14 October 1682 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was buried on 14 October 1682 in Bradfield St George.

Child of (?) Unknown and William Nun

(?) Unknown

(circa 1765? - before 1790)
     (?) Unknown was born circa 1765?.
     (?) Unknown married John Bullett, son of John Bullett and Mary Curtis, before 1789 in Suffolk.
     (?) died before 1790 in Suffolk.

(?) Unknown

( - before 1836)
     (?) Unknown married John Evans, son of William Evans and Sarah Unknown (Evans), before 1835.
     (?) died before 1836.

(?) Unknown

(circa 1600 - before 3 November 1644)
     (?) Unknown was born circa 1600.
     (?) Unknown married Francis Popplewell, son of James Popplewell (of Beltoft, son of William) and Prudence Dobson, after 1626.
     (?) died before 3 November 1644 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 3 November 1644 in Belton.

Children of (?) Unknown and Francis Popplewell

(?) Unknown

( - before 9 February 1597/98)
     (?) Unknown married William Banks of Newfield, son of Unknown Banks (of Giggleswick). (?) Unknown was buried on 9 February 1597/98 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     (?) died before 9 February 1597/98 in of Newfield, Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

(?) Unknown

( - after 1514)
     (?) Unknown married William Hattersley.
     (?) died after 1514 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.

Child of (?) Unknown and William Hattersley

(?) Unknown

     (?) Unknown married William Ryther, son of Thomas Ryther and Margaret Unknown (Ryther).

Children of (?) Unknown and William Ryther

(?) Unknown

     (?) Unknown married Thomas Handy, son of Thomas Henry Handy.
     (?) Unknown lived at Stradbally, Laois, Ireland, January 1987.

(?) Unknown

(?) Unknown

( - 28 January 1812)
     (?) Unknown married Patriarch Halahan.
     (?) died on 28 January 1812 in Cork. The Cork Mercantile chronicle: of Friday 31 Jan 1812 reported at her lodgings in this city on Tuesday, 28th after two days illness, Mrs Hallahan relict of the late Richard Hallahan, Esq of Charleville.

(?) Unknown

( - before 1784)
     (?) Unknown married John Popplewell, son of Gainsborough patriarch? Popplewell, before 1783. His first wife may have been the Elizabeth Popewell buried at Hemswell on 12 Dec 1782.
     (?) died before 1784.

Child of (?) Unknown and John Popplewell

(?) Unknown

     (?) Unknown married Thomas York, son of Paul York and Faith Popplewell, before 1668. Thomas, his wife and their children were mentioned in his uncle George's will of 1668.

(?) Unknown

( - before 1556)
     (?) Unknown married William Popplewell, son of Richard Popplewell, before 1525?. Her name may be Caister from their son Richard's 1564 will which mentions his uncle Robert Caister. However, Richard's aunt Cecilia was married to a Caister..
     (?) died before 1556. She was not mentioned in her husband's will..

Children of (?) Unknown and William Popplewell

(?) Unknown

     (?) Unknown married James MacPherson Robertson, son of James Robertson and Mary Ann MacPherson, circa 1938?. She was a widow with several children inc. Marie & Max, they took his name. He was about 56 at the time..

(?) Unknown

     The marriage of (?) Unknown and Edith Excelsior Bullett, daughter of Samuel Bullett and Jane Stone, was registered in Hampstead RD, Middlesex, in the September 1907 quarter.

(?) Unknown (Cocksedge)

( - before 21 July 1709)
     (?) died before 21 July 1709 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was buried on 21 July 1709 in Bradfield St George. Widow Cocksedge wife of Peter or George or ?

(?) Unknown (Frankland)

(say 1670 - )
     (?) Unknown (Frankland) was born say 1670.

Child of (?) Unknown (Frankland) and Richard Frankland

Ada Unknown

(say 1854 - )
     Ada Unknown was born say 1854.
     Ada Unknown married Frederick Cocksedge, son of Henry Cocksedge and Phoebe Pask, before 1879.

Children of Ada Unknown and Frederick Cocksedge

Ada Unknown (Squirrell)

     Ada Unknown (Squirrell) married Frederick John Cooper Squirrell, son of John Squirrell, in Suffolk, England.

Children of Ada Unknown (Squirrell) and Frederick John Cooper Squirrell

Adele Isabelle Unknown

(circa 1869 - 16 October 1950)
     Adele Isabelle Unknown was born circa 1869 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.
     Adele Isabelle Unknown married Capt Herbert Ross Hooper, son of Rev Robert Poole Hooper and Harriet Brereton, before February 1895.
     Adele Isabelle Unknown and Capt Herbert Ross Hooper were found on a passenger list dated 1 February 1895 to Liverpool. Herbert Ross Hooper, 31, C. engineer with his wife Alice 26 arrived on the Catalonia as a cabin passenger from New York.
     Adele Isabelle Unknown and Capt Herbert Ross Hooper appeared on the 1901 census in 31-52 Buckingham Gate, Westminster, St Margaret. Herbert R Hooper, head, 36, civil engineer, born Brighton, Ssx with his wife Adele I, aged 29, born Canada; and son Brereton R Hooper, aged 3, born Canada. They were living in a flat.
     Adele Isabelle Unknown and Capt Herbert Ross Hooper appeared on the 1911 census in 4 Templeton Place, Earls Court, Kensington, Middlesex. Herbert Ross Hooper, head, 46, married, Local Govt branch, Engineering Inspector, born Brighton. Sussex; Adele Isabelle Hoper, wife, born Annapolis, Nova Scotia, with a servant Annie Hough.
     Adele died on 16 October 1950 in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
     Her will was proved on 19 December 1950. Adele Isabelle of Monkton, Cottage, Chippenham, Wiltshire (wife of Herbert Ross Hooper) died 16 Oct 1950 at 30 New Rd, Chippenham.

Child of Adele Isabelle Unknown and Capt Herbert Ross Hooper

Aelina or Aline Unknown (Dunbar)

( - 20 August 1179)
     Aelina or Aline Unknown (Dunbar) was also known as Aelina or Aline Unknown in records.
     Aelina or Aline Unknown (Dunbar) married Waldeve or Waltheof Dunbar, son of Gospatrick Dunbar 2nd Earl and Derdere Unknown (Dunbar), before 1152.
     Aelina died on 20 August 1179.

Children of Aelina or Aline Unknown (Dunbar) and Waldeve or Waltheof Dunbar

Agnes Unknown

( - before 22 February 1632/33)
     Agnes Unknown was born in West Stow, Suffolk.
     Agnes Unknown married James Bland, son of Thomas Bland and Rose Unknown, on 28 November 1592 in West Stow, Suffolk.
     Agnes died before 22 February 1632/33 in West Stow, Suffolk. She was buried on 22 February 1632/33 in West Stow. Agnes Bland, widow.

Children of Agnes Unknown and James Bland

Agnes Unknown

( - after 1584)
     Agnes died after 1584.
     Agnes Unknown married Rev Richard Bland on 7 September 1599? In St Edward, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Obviously not this man.

Agnes Unknown

     Agnes Unknown married John Popplewell, son of Stray Popplewell, before 1634.

Child of Agnes Unknown and John Popplewell

Agnes Unknown

( - before 28 March 1670)
     Agnes Unknown married Edward Rich, son of Amor Rich and Alice Burdett, before 1613. This marriage is based on her burial entry. There is no evidence that she is the mother of Edward's children, nor this Edward's wife.
     Agnes died before 28 March 1670 in Millhouse, Thurlstone, Penistone, Yorkshire. She was buried on 28 March 1670 in Penistone.

Agnes Unknown

     Agnes Unknown married Henry or Harry Bland, son of Robert Bland and Julia Meadows, circa 1895.
     Agnes Unknown and Henry or Harry Bland appeared on the 1901 census in Walmer Road, Kensington, London. Harry Bland, aged 30, born Stanlton, Suffolk, housekeeper groom, in Kensington, London with his wife Agnes aged 30 born Redhill, Surrey and sons Robert aged 6 born Finchley, Middlesex, William aged 3 born Hoxton, London and Frederick aged 2 born Hoxton.

Children of Agnes Unknown and Henry or Harry Bland

Agnes Unknown

     Agnes Unknown married George MacKenzie before 1681.

Child of Agnes Unknown and George MacKenzie

Agnes Unknown (Crichton)

     Agnes Unknown (Crichton) married Lord William Crichton.

Child of Agnes Unknown (Crichton) and Lord William Crichton

Agnes Unknown (Killigrew)

(say 1450 - )
     Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) was also known as Joan in records. She was born say 1450.
     Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) married Thomas Killigrew, son of John Killigrew jr, before 1469.
     Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) and John Killigrew, Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon), Robert Killigrew, Thomas Killigrew, Elinor Killigrew, Elizabeth Killigrew and Thomas Killigrew were beneficiaries in Thomas Killigrew's will dated 22 March 1500/1. Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) was an executor of Thomas Killigrew's estate on 7 June 1501 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) and John Killigrew were named in the militia list taken in 1522 in Penryn, Cornwall. The value of the lands in the parish of Gluvyas upon Londe ... John Kyllygrew £1/6/8, Agnes Killygrewe, widow, £2/10/-, Alex Kyllygrew £1/10/-. The value of thel ands in Penryn Borough - is headed by: John Kyllygrew £2/0/0.

The survey of the value of the goods of the inhabitants in the borough of Penryn and their harneis
is headed by John Kyllygrew sen and John Kyllygrewe jun with the amount blank. Only one John is listed in the loan, for £40.

Children of Agnes Unknown (Killigrew) and Thomas Killigrew

Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove)

(before 1570 - after 24 November 1630)
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was born before 1570.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) married Unknown Peck before 1590?.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned in a deed dated 19 June 1599. Feoffment: William Jenkinson [of Marston Mungumerye] to Agnes Peck of Thurlestone, widow and Alice Bamforth of the same, spinster. All those messuages lands etc. called Warkes and Groades in Thurlestone and Penistone to be held of the Lord of the fee.
Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 21 June 1599 in Penistone, Yorkshire, . Copy admittance: Court of Lionell Rowlestone, kt., and Dorothy his wife by right of the said Dorothy... Presentment that William Jenkinson conveyed to Agnes Peck and Allice Bamforth messuages called Wartes and Groades in Thurlestone and Penistone in contempt of the Lord and contrary to the custom of the manor and it was taken into the hands of the Lord and proclamation made. But no one taking them, Allice Bamforth was admitted to one moiety at the usual rents and services. Fine 3 shillings; and Agnes Peck to the other moiety, Fine 3 shillings.
Copy surrender and admittance: Court as above. William Jenkinson and Joanna his wife surendered a moiety of the messuages and lands called Warke and Groade in Thurlestone and Penistone to the use of Alice Bamforth, who is admitted. Fine 3 shillings.

     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned in a deed dated 27 May 1601 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Agreement between Agnes Pecke of Thurlestone widow and Alice Bamforth of Penniston, spinster agree that the moieties of the premised surrendered in the manor court of Penistone (as named in #684) shall be enjoyed by each respectively without hindrance of the other.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned in a deed dated 3 October 1602 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Bargain and sale: George Blownt of Eckington, co. Derby to Christopher Brodehead of Thurlestone, miller. The half of the watermill at Thurlestone now in the occupation of Agnes Pecke and all the ground between the river Dun and the mill goyt for 17 pounds.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned in a deed dated 27 June 1610 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Bargain and sale: Christopher Broadhed late of Thurleston and now of Heneleys, fuller, to William Crossleye of Honeleye, clothier, half a water corn mill at Thurleston in the tenure of Agnes Peike and lands between the River Dun and the goyt of the mill, for 50 pounds. Also a feoffment and bond in 100 pounds to keep covenants as above.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) married William Mendlove as her second husband, before 1611.. Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was widowed after 13 August 1611 on the death of her husband William Mendlove.
Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 24 September 1621 in Penistone, YKS, Copy surrender and admittance: Court baron of Godfrey Bosville, Manor of Penistone: Agnes Mendlove surrendered all her houses, buildings, lands etc. in Penistone and Thurleston and a moiety of all lands and tenements (which the said Agnes lately had by surender of William Mendlove and which were lately customary lands of William Jenkinson and Joanna his wife) to the use of said Agnes for life and after her death to William Peake alias Riche. He was admitted. Fine respited.
     Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) made a will dated 24 November 1630 in 'Hornthwaite Hall', Thurlstone, Penistone, Yorkshire. Will and probate of Agnes Mendlove of Hornthwaite hall, Penistone, widow. She divides her household goods between her grandson William Riche, her niece Jane Turner, Mary Pecke and Mary Mookeson, her brothers John & William Pecke, her sisters Ann Mookeson and Diones Ibbotson and others, who also receive stated sums of money, and to her brother John Pecke the lease of the northfield and damcroft at Oxspringe.
     Agnes died after 24 November 1630 in Penistone, YKS.
     Her will was proved on 6 October 1635 at Penistone, YKS.

Child of Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove) and Edward Rich