Francis Verdier

     Francis Verdier married Joseph Lafortune, son of Soloman Lafortune and Jane Doe La Ramee.

Children of Francis Verdier and Joseph Lafortune

Ann Vere

( - 16 October 1665)
     Ann Vere was born. She was the daughter and co-heir of Horatio, Lord Vere of Tilbury.
     Ann Vere married Thomas Fairfax 3rd Baron, son of Ferdinando Fairfax 2nd Baron and Mary Sheffield, on 20 June 1637.
     Ann died on 16 October 1665 in Nun Appleton, Yorkshire. She was buried in Bilbrough, Yorkshire.

Children of Ann Vere and Thomas Fairfax 3rd Baron

Edward Vergette

     The marriage of Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham, daughter of John Burnham and Mary Blunt, was registered in Whittlesey RD, Cambridgeshire, in the June 1839 quarter.
     Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham were recorded on the 1851 census in 4 Market Place, Peterborough. Edward Vergette, 41, linen draper, born Glinton? Nth, his wife Sarah 36, born Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, children Edward 9, scholar, John 7, scholar, all born Peterborough, with 3 servants, 3 assistants, Thomas Bowker, apprentrice draper, aged 19, born Buckworth and Edward Vergette, 14, nephew, assistant (draper) born Masham? Northamptonshire.
     Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham appeared on the 1861 census in 4 Market Place South, Peterborough. Edward Vergette, 52, draper, born Borough Fen, his wife Sarah 46, born Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, children Sarah 20, draper's daughter, Edward 19, articled clerk, John B 17, farmer's pupil, all born Peterborough, with 6 assistants.

Children of Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham

John Burnham Vergette

(June 1843 - June 1906)
     John Burnham Vergette's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1843 in Peterborough RD. He was the son of Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham. Robert and John were listed as the children of Edward Vergette in the 1851 census in 4 Market Place, Peterborough. John, Sarah and Robert were listed as the children of Edward Vergette in the 1861 census in 4 Market Place South, Peterborough.
     The marriage of John Burnham Vergette and Eliza? Wright? was registered in Peterborough RD , in the June 1868 quarter.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1906 in Peterborough RD .

Robert Edward Vergette

(March 1842 - )
     Robert Edward Vergette was also known as Edward in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1842 in Peterborough RD. He was the son of Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham. Robert and John were listed as the children of Edward Vergette in the 1851 census in 4 Market Place, Peterborough. John, Sarah and Robert were listed as the children of Edward Vergette in the 1861 census in 4 Market Place South, Peterborough.

Sarah Vergette

(September 1840 - )
     Sarah Vergette's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1840 in Peterborough RD. She was the daughter of Edward Vergette and Sarah Burnham.
     Sarah Vergette was recorded on the 1851 census in Westgate, Peterborough. Mary & Sarah Vergette were aged 10 and staying with their cousin Jane Smith & Annie B Potter who were "teachers of youth". In the same school were Rebecca Bowker, 17, born Buckworth, Hunts & Mary A Burnham 8, born Whittlesey. Jane was born at Market Deeping and aged 42. John, Sarah and Robert were listed as the children of Edward Vergette in the 1861 census in 4 Market Place South, Peterborough.

Mary Verling

(circa 1845 - )
     Mary Verling arrived at Australia.
     Mary died in Australia.
     Mary Verling married John Colbert (of Templemichael RD). Mary Verling was born circa 1845 in Cork, Ireland. She was the daughter of Garrett Verling & ? O'Keefe, her sister Ellen married a Maye..

Children of Mary Verling and John Colbert (of Templemichael RD)

Elizabeth Vesey

     Elizabeth Vesey married William Handcock, son of William Handcock and Susan/Sarah Warburton. Elizabeth Vesey was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Vesey, Bart.
     Elizabeth Vesey and Richard Handcock obtained a marriage licence in 1751.
     She was mentioned as Elizabeth Handcock in the will dated 9 Aug 1761 of her uncle Muschampe Vesey, Archdeacon of Leighlin.

Elizabeth Vesey

(1733 - 1821)
     Elizabeth Vesey was born in 1733. She was the daughter of Sir John Denny Vesey, Lord Knapton.
     Elizabeth Vesey married Robert Handcock, son of Gustavus Handcock and Elizabeth Temple, on 4 July 1751. The marriage licence gives Richard Handcock. She remarried Edmund Secton/Sexton Perry, of Newtown Perry, Limerick in 1762, afterwards advanced to the peerage, by whom she had issue..
     Elizabeth died in 1821.

Child of Elizabeth Vesey and Robert Handcock

Frotmund Vetules

     Frotmund Vetules was the son of Fretaldus.

Child of Frotmund Vetules

Rose Vicars(y)

(before 1580 - )
     Rose Vicars(y) was born before 1580 in Suffolk.
     Rose Vicars(y) married Christopher Bland in 1600 in Kettlebaston, Suffolk.

Child of Rose Vicars(y) and Christopher Bland

Richard Vicars

(1711 - 28 March 1789)
     Richard Vicars was born in 1711. He was the son of Richard Vicars, esq. of Levally in Queen's county.
     Richard Vicars married Elizabeth Armstrong, daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot. They had issue - to be continued.
     Richard died on 28 March 1789.

Victor Ivor Vickers

(1 August 1904 - )
     Victor Ivor Vickers was born on 1 August 1904.

Eileen Mcauley Vickery

(1912 - 1989)
     Eileen Mcauley Vickery was born in 1912.
     Eileen Mcauley Vickery married Douglas William Fisher, son of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington, on 26 November 1939.
     Eileen died in 1989.

Amilia Vignali

(27 July 1800 - )
     Amilia Vignali was born on 27 July 1800 in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of James Vignali and Sarah Copperwheat. Amilia Vignali was christened on 9 September 1800 in Lt Blake St, Catholic Chapel, York, Yorkshire.

James Vignali

     James Vignali married Sarah Copperwheat, daughter of Robert Copperwheat and Martha Butler, on 3 October 1797 in St Bartholomew the Great, London. They were married by licence, she was a minor marrying with consent of her parents (un-named).

Child of James Vignali and Sarah Copperwheat

George Villiers 2nd Duke of Buckingham

(10 January 1628 - 16 April 1687)
     George Villiers 2nd Duke of Buckingham was born on 10 January 1628.
     George Villiers 2nd Duke of Buckingham married Mary Fairfax, daughter of Thomas Fairfax 3rd Baron and Ann Vere, on 15 September 1657. They had no issue.
     George died on 16 April 1687 aged 59.

Mary Emma Vinall

     Mary Emma Vinall married Richard Noakes, son of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman, on 16 March 1870 in Eastbourne, Sussex. Marriage of Mr R Noakes of Wannock, and Miss Mary Emma Vinall of Bromton, London..

Children of Mary Emma Vinall and Richard Noakes

Grace Vinton

( - before 2 April 1649)
     Grace Vinton married John Ruby on 1 February 1639/40 in Tavistock, Devon.
     Grace died before 2 April 1649 in Tavistock, Devon. Grace Rubby.

Child of Grace Vinton and John Ruby

Jane Mary Vivian

(1786 - 30 July 1864)
     Jane Mary Vivian was born in 1786 in Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. She was the daughter of Lieut Mathew Vivian of East Jersey militia. She was called Jeanne Marie at home according to Joyce Hicks in a letter dated 20 May 1991. Note that a Richard Hussey Vivian was Lt Col 7th Regt of Dragoons 1804 and listed in an Irish directory in 1807, possibly her brother by name patterns. However they came from Devon and she was from Jersey.
A Mathieu Vivan was mentioned in a document relating to a disputeon 15 Jan 1791.
Also mentioned: Testament of Elizabeth Le Cras, widow of Mathieu Vivian of St Saviour. Dated 14/06/1771. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Saviour, £4 tournois of the order of the King.. She was christened on 7 September 1786 in St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands. Jeanne Marie Vivian, daughter of Matthieu & Anne (nee Dorey). She had a brother Matthieu George baptised there 24 Aug 1788. Her father was possibly baptised on20 Aug 1758.
     Jane Mary Vivian married Major John Killigrew Dunbar, son of George Dunbar and Martha St Aubyn, circa 1821. Having cohabited or been married under other laws. In 1911 E H V Dunbar wrote the story is not a savoury one. It would seem that my grandfather married his second wife firstly with French, Jersey or Scotch law, and secondly some years before my father was born, he again married her with Church of England rites. At any rate, she had her jointure out of the Garrison estate, I lived with her until 1864. Only Henry H V was able to inherit from the Killigrew estate, the elder children by the second marriage being considered illegitimate. Joyce gives 1806 as a marriage date.
     She had an annuity (marriage jointure) of £200 p.a. from the Garrison estate from 1852 to her death in 1864. Her grandson Edward Hussey Vivian lived with her until her death [letters dated 1910 & 1911].
     She cared for her husband's grandaughter Clara from 1857. Jane Mary Vivian was listed in a directory dated 1863 as Mrs Major Dunbar at Irishtown Road, Dublin.
     Jane died of cirrhosis of the liver on 30 July 1864 in Clifton Cottages, Irishtown, Dublin, Ireland. She was described as a widow aged 76.

Children of Jane Mary Vivian and Major John Killigrew Dunbar

Aaron Daderyck Vodry

(before 28 August 1664 - )
     Aaron Daderyck Vodry was born before 28 August 1664 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He was the son of George Vodry and Alice Unknown (Vodry).

Dorothy Vodry

(11 August 1727 - 9 August 1792)
     Caribbeana v.2 lists George Vodry in 1746 as a testator in Jamaica. V.5 lists George Vodry in 1667 Barbados wills - no details given in either list. [LDS Library].There were no Vodry wills at the Barbados Archives for the later period.. Dorothy Vodry was christened on 11 August 1727 in St Joseph, Barbados. There is no evidence of her parentage. She was the daughter of John Vodry and Mary Clark.
     Dorothy was buried on 9 August 1792 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Child of Dorothy Vodry and Richard Farrell

George Vodry

(say 1635 - August 1668)
     George Vodry was born say 1635.
     George Vodry married Eleanor Unknown (Vodry) before 1655.
     George Vodry married secondly Alice Unknown (Vodry) before 1664.
     George Vodry made a will dated 9 August 1668. George Vodry, made a will on 9 August 1668 mentioning his sons George Vodry & Aron Vodry, all children at 21, wife Alice Vodry - executrix; friends Robert Gibson & Richard Dunston - overseers in trust, signed George (x) Vodry. Witnessed by John Williams, Ramus Gibson, Richard Fifield.
     George died in August 1668.
     His will was proved on 22 August 1668.

Child of George Vodry

Children of George Vodry and Eleanor Unknown (Vodry)

Child of George Vodry and Alice Unknown (Vodry)

George Vodry

(before 12 July 1657 - )
     George Vodry was born before 12 July 1657 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He was the son of George Vodry and Eleanor Unknown (Vodry).

George Vodry

(22 May 1655 - before 1657)
     George Vodry was born on 22 May 1655 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He was the son of George Vodry and Eleanor Unknown (Vodry).
     George died before 1657.

Henrietta Vodry

(4 October 1747 - )
     Henrietta Vodry was christened on 4 October 1747 in St Joseph, Barbados. She was the daughter of Henry Vodry and Mary Smith.

Henry Vodry

(27 September 1724 - )
     Henry Vodry was christened on 27 September 1724 in St Joseph, Barbados. He was the son of John Vodry and Mary Clark.
     Henry Vodry married Mary Smith on 24 December 1746 in St Joseph, Barbados.

Child of Henry Vodry and Mary Smith

Jane Vodry

(12 April 1755 - )
     Jane Vodry was christened on 12 April 1755 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of John Vodry and Ann King.

John Vodry

(before 1692 - )
     John Vodry was also known as Vaudry in records. He was born before 1692.
     John Vodry married Mary Clark on 19 April 1713 in St Phillip, Barbados. Married by licence.
     John Vodry and Mary Clark were recorded on 22 July 1715 census in St Phillip, Barbados. John Vodry aged 23, Mrs Mary Vodry aged 20. A footnote states Mr John Vodry a childe born (boy) since I tooke an account of the famelys.
There was also a John Voydery aged 27 in the parish of St John
.
     John Vodry witnessed the will of Dr Henry Clark of St Phillip's. (who had an unmarried daughter Mary) on 28 May 1721.
     He may be the John Vodry who witnessed the will of William Hart on 13 April 1722 with John Ashby.

Children of John Vodry and Mary Clark

John Vodry

(23 November 1715 - before 26 August 1774)
     John Vodry was christened on 23 November 1715 in St Phillip, Barbados. John, son of John Vodry.. He was the son of John Vodry and Mary Clark.
     John Vodry married Ann King on 4 February 1749/50 in St John, Barbados. He witnessed William Ashby's will dated 20 December 1750 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     John died before 26 August 1774 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was buried on 26 August 1774 in St Phillip, Barbados. John Vodry aged 49 years, therefore batpism more likely in 1725.

Children of John Vodry and Ann King