Catherine Unknown

     Catherine Unknown married Jeffery Addison, son of Jeffery Addison and Alice Ragge.

Child of Catherine Unknown and Jeffery Addison

Catherine Unknown

     Catherine Unknown married Charles Hagan, son of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown.
     Catherine Unknown married Charles Hagan, son of Charles Hagan and Mary Unknown.

Child of Catherine Unknown and Charles Hagan

Catherine Unknown

(circa 1827 - )
     Catherine Unknown was born circa 1827.
     Catherine Unknown married Garrett Colbert before 1835.
     Catherine Unknown and John Colbert appeared on the 1901 census in Ballinwillin, Drumrow, Waterford, Ireland. Catherine Colbert widow, aged 74, was living with her son John, a 39 year old tailor and his wife Ellen and 3 children..

Children of Catherine Unknown and Garrett Colbert

Catherine Unknown (Babthorpe)

Child of Catherine Unknown (Babthorpe) and Robert Babthorpe

Catherine Unknown (Feaver)

(circa 1762 - 21 April 1839)
     Catherine Unknown (Feaver) was born circa 1762.
     Catherine Unknown (Feaver) married George Aust as his third wife, in May 1811. Last week was married at Bath, George Aust, Esq. of Noel-House, Kensington, to Mrs. Feaver, relict of the late John Feaver, Esq. of Woolland, Dorset.
     Catherine died on 21 April 1839 in Dorset. April 21, at the residence of her son-in-law, George Colby Loftus, Esq., Woolland House, Dorset, her 77th vear, Catherine, widow of the late George Aust, Esq., of Noel House Kensington Gore, former Under-Secretary of State in the Foreign Department, and late Commissary General of Musters.

Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby)

(before 1690 - )
     Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) was born before 1690.
     Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) married John Handy, son of Jonathan Handy, before 1710.
     Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 24 February 1711/12.
     Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) married Edward Ormsby between 1712 and 1731 in Ireland. He was described as of Derryconnor, co. Roscommon. But she may bave been Catherine Ormsby.
     Administration of the estate of Thomas Handy was granted to Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby), on 28 January 1731 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland, Thomas Handy of Killbegg, co. Westmeath, a minor, deceased, intestate made to his mother Catherine Ormsby alias Handy, wife of Edward Ormsby of Derrycemon?, co. Roscommon, gent.

Child of Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) and John Handy

Catherine Unknown (Mackglew)

(before 1745 - before 24 December 1798)
     Catherine Unknown (Mackglew) was born before 1745.
     Catherine Unknown (Mackglew) married Edward Macklew, son of Unknown Macklew, before 1761.
     Catherine Unknown (Mackglew) made a will dated 7 May 1792 in Bridges Street, London, St Paul Covent Garden. In the name of God Amen (crossed out?) Thisis the last and testament of me Catherine Macklew of Bridges Street in the parish of Saint Paul Covent Garden, Mdx, widow, made the seventh day of May 1792, after discharging the expences and my funeral and any debts ... I give and bequeath to my daughter Ann the wife of Andrew Smith Barr of Bridges Street afsd all my household and other goods ...appoint her sole executor.
     Catherine died before 24 December 1798.
     Her will was proved on 24 December 1798. Will of Catherine Macklew, widow of St Paul Covent Garden, Mdx.

Children of Catherine Unknown (Mackglew) and Edward Macklew

Catherine Unknown (Meylor)

     Catherine Unknown (Meylor) was born in Wexford, Ireland.
     Catherine Unknown (Meylor) married Laurence Meylor before 1808.

Child of Catherine Unknown (Meylor) and Laurence Meylor

Catherine Unknown (Ryder or Ryther)

( - before 21 December 1543)
     Catherine Unknown (Ryder or Ryther) married Patriarch Ryder or Ryther (of Epworth).
     Catherine died before 21 December 1543 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 21 December 1543 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Child of Catherine Unknown (Ryder or Ryther) and Patriarch Ryder or Ryther (of Epworth)

Catherine Unknown (Ryther)

( - after 30 November 1543)
     Catherine Unknown (Ryther) married Lawrence Ryther, son of Thomas Ryther, before 1533. They left no issue..
     Catherine Unknown (Ryther) made a will dated 30 November 1543. Her will was witnessed by Sir Lawrence Ryder. She bequeaths certain of her property to Lawrence Ryder, who was the son of Thomas, and request that she be buried in the church of St Andrew in Epworth.
     Catherine died after 30 November 1543.
     Her will was proved between 25 January 1543 and 1544.

Charity Unknown

     Charity Unknown married John Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Alice Unknown, in 1620 in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Charlotte Unknown

(before March 1797 - )
     Charlotte Unknown was born before March 1797 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire.
     Charlotte Unknown married George Bland.
     Charlotte Unknown appeared on the 1841 census in Lakenheath, Suffolk. Charlotte Bland, 40, female servant born in the county in the same household as Robert Barrows, 25, bricklayer and Mary Waters 50, F.S.
     Charlotte Unknown was recorded on the 1851 census in Cavenham, Suffolk. Charlotte Bland, wife, married, 54, butler's wife, born Newmarket Cambridgeshire.

Charlotte Isabella Rosabell Unknown

(1804 - 23 December 1891)
     Charlotte Isabella Rosabell Unknown was born in 1804.
     Charlotte Isabella Rosabell Unknown married Lord George Canning Baron Garvagh, son of Paul Canning and Jane Spencer, on 9 July 1824 in London, England.
     Charlotte died on 23 December 1891.

Child of Charlotte Isabella Rosabell Unknown and Lord George Canning Baron Garvagh

Charlotte P Unknown

     Thomas F Handy married Charlotte P Unknown as his second wife, after 1920.
     Charlotte P Unknown and Thomas F Handy were recorded in 1930 census in East Orange, Essex co., New Jersey. Thomas F Handy, 58, born Ireland, Charlotte 54?, T Kingston Handy, 23, clerk; A Wesley Handy 19, Vincent H Handy 16, Lena Ballard 49', servant; he was aged 38 at first marriage, Charlotte wa 22? at first marriage. He was an insurance broker who was naturalized in 1885.

Christian Unknown (St Aubyn)

(say 1710 - )
     Christian Unknown (St Aubyn) was also known as Christian Unknown in records. She was born say 1710.
     Christian Unknown (St Aubyn) married Capt James St Aubyn, son of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay.

Children of Christian Unknown (St Aubyn) and Capt James St Aubyn

Christine Unknown

(before 1635? - before 13 June 1664)
     Christine Unknown was also known as Christian Popplewell in records. Christine Unknown was also known as Christian in records. She was born before 1635? In Lincolnshire, England.
     Christine Unknown married Thomas Popplewell, son of Humphrey Popplewell and Elizabeth Healey, before 1652. Her name is hard to read. In Jan 2001 I cannot find the source of this marriage which was entered as 22 Oct 1656.
     Christine died before 13 June 1664 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 13 June 1664 in Belton. Her son was baptised the same day.

Children of Christine Unknown and Thomas Popplewell

Clara Unknown

( - 1696)
     Clara Unknown married Robert Thornton, son of Robert Thornton and Alice Hamsworth.
     Clara died in 1696.

Children of Clara Unknown and Robert Thornton

Clara Unknown

(circa 1848 - )
     Clara Unknown married James F Sutton, son of Samuel Sutton and Mary Ann Unknown. Clara Unknown was born circa 1848 in Stowmarket, Suffolk.

Children of Clara Unknown and James F Sutton

Clement Unknown

(before 1635 - )
     Clement Unknown was born before 1635 in Suffolk, England.
     Clement Unknown married Robert Cocksedge circa 1650.

Children of Clement Unknown and Robert Cocksedge

Daniel Unknown

(before 1624 - )
     Daniel Unknown was born before 1624 in Huntingdonshire, England. He was the son of Richard Tuet or Everingham? and Margerie Bowker.

Deborah Unknown

(before 1635 - )
     Deborah Unknown was born before 1635.
     Deborah Unknown married George Ashby before 1649. The will of Ronald Hotton, planter of St Philips parish, 28 June 1679 mentions his wife Deborah Hotton, formerly the wife of George Ashby, & her son William Ashbye.
     In George Ashby's will dated 3 October 1672 in St Phillip, Deborah Unknown was named as heir; Will of George Ashby, planter of St Philip, being very sicke and weak in bodie but of perfecct mind ...signed Oct 3 1672. To loving son George Ashby, 6 acres of his plantation on which he now resides, adjoining the road path and one negro boy [Sanders states 3 acres & dwelling house where John Jarman now lives]; to his loving son William, son of me, the said George Ashbey, 3 acres of land with the dwelling house now occupied by Thomas Neale; daughter Deborah Ashbey, 3 acres of land and the house thereon now occupied by Henry Sellman and a negro girl, should she marry Edward Jollopp, 12 peices of sterling and no more; loving wife Deborah Ashbey the rest of estate real and personal with dwelling house, outhouses and stock of whatever kind; wife Deborah Ashby executrix, friends Rowland Hutton & John Taylor - overseers, signed George Ashbey, Witnessed by Ambrose Nile & Henry King.
     Deborah Unknown married Ronald Hotton between 1673 and 1679.
     Deborah Unknown was mentioned in the will of Ronald Hotton dated 28 June 1679.
     Deborah Unknown and George Ashby were mentioned in a deed dated 25 March 1687 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip signed 25 March 1687, entered 25 March 1693: George Ashby sold to his loving mother Deborah Hulton of St Philip, 4 negro slaves for £40. ... Deborah A Hulton, widow of the parish of St Philip, signed a deed of gift in which she bestowed the said 4 slaves to "my loving son, William Ashby". The slaves are to remain within her possession until her death, and then they are to go to Wm Ashby. The deed of gift was signed 25 March 1687 and proved 27 May 1693.
     Deborah Hulton, widow of St Philips, by a bill of sale, sets her son William Ashby, mason, over all her right title and interest with respect to 4 negroes named Jack, Betty, Little Jack & Goffie. Signed in the presence of James Hewek, Matthew Binning & John Paynter, 25 March 1687, proved 27 May 1693
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     Deborah Unknown and George Ashby were mentioned in a deed dated 17 April 1690 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip, signed 17 April 1690, proved 20 March 1691: Deborah Hilton, a widow of the parish of St Philip, and the mother of George Ashby, made unto her said son all her estate by a deed of gift. In consideration of this fact, Geo Ashby undertook that she should be paid the annual sum of £12 during her life on Feb 1. Further George Ashby undertook that within a year of his mother's death that there should be paid to Elizabeth, Susannah & Deborah Peacock, the children of his (George Ashby's) sister, Deborah Peacock, the full sum of £50. For the better security of these payments, he had sold unto the said Deborah Hilton 5 negroes and 2 acres of land in the parish of St Philip bounding on the lands of the said George Ashby. Witnesses by Ambrose Niles & John Nusum.
     Deborah died in St Phillip, Barbados.

Children of Deborah Unknown and George Ashby

Deborah Unknown

     Deborah Unknown married William Wafford before 1784.

Child of Deborah Unknown and William Wafford

Derdere Unknown (Dunbar)

     Derdere Unknown (Dunbar) married Gospatrick Dunbar 2nd Earl, son of Gospatrick Dunbar 1st Earl. The Christian name of the Earl's wife was Derdere, but her surname and parentage have not been ascertained. She may have been the proprietrix of the lands of Hirsel, of which she gave a portion to the nuns of Coldstream. She is sometimes called Deirdre of the Hirsel. The Home family descend from them and are still living at the Hirsel at Coldstream. Derdere Unknown (Dunbar) was also known as Deirdre in records.

Children of Derdere Unknown (Dunbar) and Gospatrick Dunbar 2nd Earl

Dianah Unknown (Squirrell)

(before March 1776 - )
     Dianah Unknown (Squirrell) married Jonathan Squirrell. Dianah Unknown (Squirrell) was born before March 1776 in Hitcham, Suffolk. Dianah was present at Elizabeth Squirrell's christening on 5 January 1834 in Wattisham, Suffolk.
     Dianah Unknown (Squirrell) and Jonathan Squirrell were recorded on the 1851 census in Hitcham, Suffolk.

Child of Dianah Unknown (Squirrell) and Jonathan Squirrell

Dinah Unknown (Squirrell)

(circa 1783 - )
     Dinah Unknown (Squirrell) was born circa 1783 in Hitcham, Suffolk.
     Dinah Unknown (Squirrell) married Thomas Squirrell before 1811.
     Dinah Unknown (Squirrell) and Thomas Squirrell were recorded on the 1851 census in Hitcham, Suffolk. Thomas was 70, agricultural labourer, Dinah, wife, 67, both born in Hitcham. Eliza Pawlden daughter married 27, dressmaker, James Pawlden, son in law, 33, ag. lab.

Children of Dinah Unknown (Squirrell) and Thomas Squirrell

Dionisia or Denyse Unknown

     Dionisia or Denyse Unknown married Baldwin Cocksedge before 1450 in Suffolk.

Children of Dionisia or Denyse Unknown and Baldwin Cocksedge

Dorothy Unknown

(circa 1639 - )
     Dorothy Unknown was born circa 1639 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Dorothy Medley and Thomas Popplewell obtained a marriage licence in November 1664 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Thomas Popplewell de Belton, yeoman aged 30 and Dorothy Medley of Belton (Axholme) aged 25. He signed Tho Poplewell.
     Dorothy Medley married Thomas Popplewell as her second husband, in December 1664 in Belton, LIN. Thomas the son of Humphrey Popplewell, gentleman, & Dorothy Medley, widow, was married the ... day of December. Dorothy Unknown was an executor of Thomas Popplewell's estate in April 1673 in the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Child of Dorothy Unknown and Thomas Popplewell

Dorothy Unknown

     Dorothy Unknown married David Popplewell before 1692. A David Popplewel, mariner, married Elizabeth Greate 1 January 1695 at St Dunstan, Stepney according to the IGI. Not likely to be this man..

Children of Dorothy Unknown and David Popplewell

Dorothy Unknown

     Dorothy Unknown married John Rich as his second wife, before 1637.

Children of Dorothy Unknown and John Rich

Dorothy Unknown (Banks)

( - before 6 February 1623/24)
     Dorothy Unknown (Banks) married Christopher Banks.
     Dorothy died before 6 February 1623/24 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 6 February 1623/24 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Dorathea ux Christoferi Banckes de Huggonhouse [in Rathmell].