Harriet Unknown

(before April 1831 - )
     Harriet Unknown was born before April 1831 in Pakenham, Suffolk.
Harriet Unknown married James Cocksedge, son of Robert Cocksedge and Mary Alexander, before 1856.
     Harriet Unknown and James Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Long Thurlow, Badwell Ash. James Cocksedge, head, 34, sweep, born Badwell Ash with his wife Harriett aged 30, born Pakenham, and children Herbert James 3, and Sarah 1, both born at Badwell Ash and an assistant Joseph Wright 17 and visitor Thomas Warren aged 11.

Children of Harriet Unknown and James Cocksedge

Harriett Unknown

     Harriett Unknown married Henry Rich, son of Henry Rich and Annie Brooks, before 1881.

Children of Harriett Unknown and Henry Rich

Harriett Unknown

     Harriett Unknown married Edward Bowker Buck, son of John Buck and Judith Bowker, in 1830.

Children of Harriett Unknown and Edward Bowker Buck

Harriett Unknown

     Harriett Unknown married Thomas Guy before 1852.

Children of Harriett Unknown and Thomas Guy

Harriett Unknown

     Harriett Unknown married Christopher Ryther.

Harriett Unknown (Grimwade)

(circa 1818 - )
     Harriett Unknown (Grimwade) was born circa 1818 in Kelvedon, Essex, England.
     Harriett Unknown (Grimwade) married Edward Grimwade as his second wife, before 1861.
     Harriett Unknown (Grimwade) and Edward Grimwade were recorded on the 1861 census in 2 Henley Rd, Ipswich, St Margaret, Suffolk. Edward Grimwade, aged 48?, drug merchant, born Wetheringsett, Sfk, with his wife Harriett, 43, born Kevedon, Essex and a servant.
     Harriett Unknown (Grimwade) and Edward Grimwade were recorded on the 1871 census in 1 Henley Rd, Ipswich, St Margaret, Suffolk. Edward Grimwade 68, alderman & magistrate, chemist & farmer (110 acres), employing 4 men and 1 boy, born Wetheringsett, Sfk; his wife Harriet Grimwade 54, born Kelvedon, Essex; Harriet I Grimwade 21, daughter, born Harleston, Nfk; Thomas M Johnson 21, nephew, chemist's assistant, born Lancashire, ainton?; servants Harriet Laurence 25, Mary Ann Williams 25, Edgar Durrant 16.
     Harriett Unknown (Grimwade) and Edward Grimwade were recorded on the 1881 census in South Bench House, Felixstowe, Suffolk. Edward Grimwade, aged 68, head, married, born Wetheringsett... & farmer of 90 acres employing 3 men and 2 boys; with his wife Harriet, aged 50, born Kelvedon, Essex and 3 servants - a cook, housemaid and a pageboy.

Helen Unknown

     Helen Unknown married Ormsby Handcock, son of Capt Elias Robison Handcock and Helen Ormsby.

Child of Helen Unknown and Ormsby Handcock

Helen Unknown (Hamilton)

     Helen Unknown (Hamilton) married Walter FitzGilbert Hamilton, son of Gilbert de Hamilton and Isabel Randolph.

Helen Unknown (Steer)

(circa 1580? - before 26 January 1634/35)
     Helen Unknown (Steer) was born circa 1580?.
Helen Unknown (Steer) married Peter Steer, son of Henry Steer and Alice Unknown (Steer).
     Helen died before 26 January 1634/35 in Darley, Derbyshire. Helen, wife of Peeter Steare.. She was buried on 26 January 1634/35 in Darley.

Child of Helen Unknown (Steer) and Peter Steer

Helga Unknown (Tenold)

     Helga Unknown (Tenold) married Andrew Tenold.

Herleve or Harlotte Unknown

(say 1020 - )
     Herleve or Harlotte Unknown was born say 1020 in Falaise, France.

Child of Herleve or Harlotte Unknown and Robert, Duke of Normandy,

Honor Unknown (Handy)

(before January 1724 - January 1814)
     Honor Unknown (Handy) was born before January 1724.
Honor Unknown (Handy) married William Handy, son of Martin Handy or Hand.
     Honor died in January 1814 in Rahan, Ballycowan, Offaly, Ireland. She was buried in St Carthach's church, Rahan, Ballycowan, Offaly, Ireland.

Isabel Unknown

(before 1545 - before 24 September 1616)
     Isabel Unknown was born before 1545 in Lincolnshire, England.
Isabel Unknown married David Popplewell, son of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown, before 1559.
     Isabel died before 24 September 1616 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 24 September 1616 in Belton.

Children of Isabel Unknown and David Popplewell

Isabel Unknown

(circa 1505? - after 10 July 1566)
     Isabel Unknown was born circa 1505?.
Isabel Unknown married James Popplewell, son of Richard Popplewell, before 1525?. Isabel Unknown was buried after 10 July 1566 in Belton.
     Isabel died after 10 July 1566 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire.

Children of Isabel Unknown and James Popplewell

Isabel Unknown

(circa 1635 - )
     Isabel Unknown was born circa 1635.
Isabel Unknown married John Popplewell, son of John Popplewell and Catherine Unknown, before 1664.

Child of Isabel Unknown and John Popplewell

Isabel Unknown

     Isabel Unknown married John Noble, son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow, before 1795.

Child of Isabel Unknown and John Noble

Isabel Unknown

     Isabel Unknown married Neil Earl of Carrick, son of Duncan Earl of Carrick and Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart. John Ravillious gives Marjorie's mother as Isabel (parentage unknown) quoting Andrew Macewan's research. The Scots peerage had linked her to Margaret Stewart.

Child of Isabel Unknown and Neil Earl of Carrick

Isabel Unknown

     Isabel Unknown married Weldon Dunbar before 1751.

Child of Isabel Unknown and Weldon Dunbar

Isabel Unknown (Noble)

     Isabel Unknown (Noble) married John Noble, son of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall.

Child of Isabel Unknown (Noble) and John Noble

Isabel Unknown (Rich)

     Isabel Unknown (Rich) married Capt William Rich, son of Amor Rich and Alice Burdett, before 1648. She is mentioned in William's will dated 18 August 1648. Hunter states that she remarried Robert Bedford of Crownest before 1656. Collins states that it was his daughter Isabel.

Isabel Unknown (Ryther)

( - before 1 February 1661/62)
     Isabel Unknown (Ryther) married John Ryther before 1654 in Yorkshire.
     Isabel died before 1 February 1661/62 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was buried on 1 February 1661/62 in Quarie Hill, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Children of Isabel Unknown (Ryther) and John Ryther

Isabel Unknown (Stanser)

(before 1670 - before 6 June 1714)
     Isabel Unknown (Stanser) was also known as Stancell in records. She was born before 1670 in Yorkshire.
Isabel Unknown (Stanser) married Gervas Stanser, son of Gervas Stanser and Grace Unknown (Stanser), circa 1688.
     Isabel died before 6 June 1714 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. She was buried on 6 June 1714 in Thorpe Salvin. Isabel, the wife of Gervis Stancell, farmer, was buried in woollen.

Children of Isabel Unknown (Stanser) and Gervas Stanser

Isabel Maria Unknown

     Isabel Maria Unknown married Unknown Murray, son of John Arthur Murray and Mary Ann Margaret Denty.
     Isabel resided at 64 Brook St, London, October 1932.

Isabell Unknown

     Isabell Unknown married Thomas Ludlam before 1657.
     In Thomas Ludlam's will dated 7 April 1657 in Tinsley, Isabell Unknown was named as executrix of the estate; Thomas, tayler of Tinsley.To his eldest son Stephen Ludlam & Mary his wife 12d; second son Thomas Ludlam 12d; Third son George Ludlam 12d; Son-in-law William Fletcher and his wife my eldest daughter, Frances 12d, Son-in-law Robert Hancock and his wife my second daughter Elizabeth 12d; Sarah Ludlam my third daughter £10 per year; Ann Ludlam my youngest daughter £10 per year; My dear wife [Is]abell Ludlam executrix.

Child of Isabell Unknown and Thomas Ludlam

Isabella Unknown

(before May 1773 - 11 May 1853)
     Isabella Unknown was born before May 1773 in Northamptonshire.
Isabella Unknown married Marmaduke Bland, son of Charles Bland and Mary Calvert. Isabella Unknown was an executor of Marmaduke Bland's estate on 18 June 1829 in Bury St Edmunds.
     Isabella Unknown was recorded on the 1841 census in Northgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Isabella Bland, 67, independant, not born in the county.
     Isabella Unknown was recorded on the 1851 census in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Isabella died on 11 May 1853 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 16 May 1853 in St James, Bury St Edmunds.

Isabella Unknown

( - 1659)
     Isabella Unknown married William Popplewell, son of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Broughton.
     Isabella Unknown made a will dated 7 January 1658/59 in Kingston upon Hull. In the name of God Amen: The Seventh day of January 1658 I Isabell Poppelwell of Kingston upon Hull widow being weak and infirm in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory Praised be god do make & ordain this my last will and Testament First and principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my most gracious creator & preserver hoping for salvation through the meritorious death and passion of my blessed Lord ^ and Saviour Jesus Christ and by no other means. And my body I Commit to the earth whereof it came to be buried in Saint Maries Church of the Town of Kingston upon Hull, so near my late Husband William Popplewell as conveniently may be And for my temporal estate wherewith it hath pleased God of his mercy to endow me I ^ do give and dispose of the same as followeth
That is to say I do give to the poor people of this Town of Kingston upon Hull the sum forty shillings
And to the poor people of Fortinrow Thorpe and Baye in the County of York ^ the like Sum of forty shillings to be distributed at the discretion of my executors hereafter named within one month next after my decease.
And I do give and bequeath unto Gilliam Beecham my sister for the term of her natural life all that my messuage or tenement with the yard and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being within the Town of Kingston upon Hull aforesaid in a certain Street or lane there called Salthouse Lane on the South side of the same lane & at this present in the tenure or occupation of John Jeggar And also all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being within the said Town of Kingston upon Hull in a certain street called Lowgait, on the East side of the said street, and at this present in the several tenures or occupations of Peter Doughtie and Martin Goodman And I do give and bequeath unto the said Gilliam Beecham my sister the sum of twenty pounds of lawful English money to be paid unto her within one year next after my decease
And I give & bequeath more unto her the said Gillian, the bedstead and bedding whereon I now lie and all the furniture which is upon the same, And also all the pewter now being upon the low shelf and the little white table and the bigger white cupboard in the room next street of the House I dwell in And also the Range in the in the fore chamber
And I give devise and bequeath (after the decease of my said Sister Gillian) the said messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Salthouse Lane mentioned to be in the occupation of John Jeggar.
And also the said messuage or tenement with thappurtenances in Lowgaite mentioned to be in the several occupations of Peter Doughtie and Martin Goodman, and all rents reversions hereditaments and appurtenances of or to the said several messuages belonging unto my kind friends namely Mr Christopher Richardson Alderman Mr Thomas Smyth Mr William Blansherd and John Stevenson, and to their heirs and assigns for ever
And I give & bequeath unto Jane Harding the wife of Richard Harding of Scarbrough Tanner the sum of forty pounds of lawful English money to be paid her within one year next after my decease And if she die, the said sum or legacy being unpaid then I will the same to be paid and divided amongst her three sons & grandchild namely Gregory Harding Richard Harding younger William Harding and Jane Stevenson.
And I give & bequeath unto the said Gregory Harding the sum of thirty pounds;
And to Richard Harding the younger, the sum of twenty pounds
And to the said Jane Stevenson the sum of ten pounds of lawful English money to be paid them within one year next after my decease or as soon as they can or shall sufficiently acquit and discharge my executors of the same legacies respectively
And I give unto the said William Harding (if he be living at the time of my death) the sum of twenty pounds lawful English money And if he be dead then I will the same legacy to be paid and divided amongst his brethren;
And in case any other of them the sons of the Said Richard and Jane Harding do happen to die before payment of the legacies aforesaid or before the same become due, that then the sum or legacy of the party so dying shall redound and be paid to the survivors or survivor of them as my executors hereafter named can or may be lawfully acquitted and sufficiently discharged of the same;
And I give and bequeath unto Dorothy Stevenson daughter of the said Richard and Jane Hardinge, and now wife of Harley Stevenson, the sum of ten pounds, to be paid her within one year next after my decease upon a sufficient acquaintance to my executors for the same
And I give and bequeath to Robert Popplewell of Gainsborough in the County of Lincoln Joyner the sum of forty and four pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease and I freely remit and forgive unto him all such debts and sums of money as he is resting indebted unto me or my late husband William Popplewell deceased
And I give and bequeath unto the said John Stevenson of this Town Cooper, the sum of thirty pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease and I give him more the great andirons in the fore chamber of the house I now dwell in, And I do freely forgive and remit unto him all such debts and sums of money as he is resting indebted unto me or my said ^ deceased husband deceased.
And I give and bequeath unto Richard Stevenson of Gainsborough Joyner the sum of ten pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease
And I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Smyth wife of the aforesaid Mr Thomas Smyth my great flanders chest and all therein, And I give more unto her the said Elizabeth Smyth the sum of twenty pounds lawful English money And I give and bequeath unto her children which she hath to her said husband Mr Thomas Smyth the sum of forty pounds of like money to be paid unto her self for their use within one year next after my decease
And if any of them the same children do die that then the longer livers shall have equally divided ^st them the sum or legacy due to him her or them so dyeing
And I give unto her sn Thomas Bar-- the sum of ten pounds of like money
And I give to the aforenamed Mr Thomas Smyth, Mr William Blansherd Henry Rudock of Newland, And Captain George Westbee Twenty shillings apiece to buy them hats with
And I give to their now wives twenty shillings apiece to buy them rings for remembrance;
And give to Mr Richard -evers a pair of gloves of five shillings prize, And to his son thirteen shillings and four pence, And to his man George Twisleton thirteen shillings and four pence
Item I give to the Minister of the low Church Parish the sum of forty shillings
I give to Thomas Peacocke the bigger of any two silver wine bowls
Item I give to William Pickells the son of Stephen Pickells ten shillings
And to John Hudson the son of Edward Hudson deceased ten shillings
To the son of Richard Best Cooper deceased ten shillings.
To Ralph Roth woods daughter which was my late husbands Goddaughter ten shillings
To my God daughter Isabell Sherington twenty shillings,
To Jeremiah Payne my late Husbands apprentice thirteen shillings and four pence;
To Robert Sh-----s son and four daughters every of them twenty shillings apiece to be paid within one year next after my decease They coming to demand and receive the same
And I give to Grace Stevenson the wife of the aforenamed John Stevenson twenty shillings to buy her a hat
All the rest of my goods and chattels unbequeathed (my debts paid and legacies and funerals discharged) I do give and bequeath unto the aforesaid Mr Christopher Richardson Mr Thomas Smyth Mr William Blansherd and John Stevenson to be equally divided among them whom I ordain and make the executors of this my last will and testament
And I do hereby revoke and disanull all wills by me heretofore made
In witness whereof I the said Isabell Popplewell have hereunto set my hand and seal the Seventh day of January 1658 above written /
Isabell Popplewell her mark
Witnesses here of Richard Vete-s George Twisleton, Thomas Peacocke.

     Isabella died in 1659.
     Her will was proved on 20 August 1659 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Isabella Unknown

( - before 1841)
     Isabella Unknown married George Halliday before 1796. A George Halliday married Isabellal Bolton in Kendal, Westmorland on 1 Feb 1791, and had children there: William 1792, Joan 1794, Margarita 1777, Elizabeth 1799, George 1801 & John 1804, all Roman Catholics. But as this overaps with the Kent born children, seems unlikely.
A James Halliday, rope maker and h is wife Jane had a family in Woolwich from 1814, he was later described as a gardener.
     Isabella died before 1841.

Children of Isabella Unknown and George Halliday

Isabella Unknown

( - 30 May 1900)
     Isabella died on 30 May 1900 in Eddington?, Victoria. Not found in the death indexes. She was buried in Eddington.

Isabella Unknown

( - 19 June 1823)
     Isabella Unknown married an unknown person before 1820.
Isabella Unknown married Maj General John Murray before 1820.
     Isabella died on 19 June 1823 in Versailles, France. Died, at Versailles in France, on the 19th June, Isabella, wife of Major General John Murray.

Child of Isabella Unknown and Maj General John Murray

Isabella Unknown

(circa 1794 - )
     Isabella Unknown was born circa 1794.

Child of Isabella Unknown