Samuel Vodry

(before 27 March 1758 - before 22 May 1758)
     Samuel Vodry was born before 27 March 1758 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He was the son of John Vodry and Ann King.
     Samuel died before 22 May 1758 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados. He was buried on 22 May 1758 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados.

Samuel Vodry

(between 1694 and August 1695 - )
      He may be the Samuel Cowdry whose son Samuel & daughter Rebecca were baptised on 16 December 1716 at St Phillip.. Samuel Vodry was born between 1694 and August 1695 in Barbados. He was the son of Rev Randolph Vodry and Sarah Unknown (Trant).
     Samuel Vodry was mentioned in the will of Rev Randolph Vodry dated 8 August 1695.
     In Sarah Unknown (Trant)'s will dated 11 November 1698, Samuel Vodry was named as heir.

Clarence E Vollman

(1884 - 1948)
     Clarence E Vollman was born in 1884 in USA.
Clarence E Vollman married Dagmar E Hansen, daughter of Edward Hansen and Mary Jane Ross, in 1911.
     Clarence died in 1948.

Child of Clarence E Vollman and Dagmar E Hansen

Shirley Vollman

(1924 - 1974)
     Shirley Vollman was born in 1924 in USA. She was the daughter of Clarence E Vollman and Dagmar E Hansen.
     Shirley died in 1974.

Mary Voysey?

(circa 1645? - )
     Mary Voysey? was born circa 1645?.
Mary Voysey? married John Row on 1 January 1663/64 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. Mary was present at Wilmote Row's christening on 23 May 1671 in Abbotskerswell, Devon.

Children of Mary Voysey? and John Row

Rev DeBerniere Waddell

     Rev DeBerniere Waddell was the son of Col Haynes Waddell and Mary Fleming.
Trinity Episcopal Church was established in Union Springs by Rev. DeBerniere Waddell in 1872 as a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama with seventeen communicants and an annual budget of $412.50. Until 1879 services were held monthly in the County Courthouse or in churches of other denominations.
In 1879 the congregation purchased a small wooden store building diagonally across Prairie Street from this site. Remodeled as a church, services were held there until completion of the present church.
The current building was designed by a local high school senior, Richard Kennon Perry, who went on to become a notable architect. Erected on a lot provided by the Foster family, the Gothic-revival building features stained glass windows and dual front entrances appropriate for the interior plans popular in southern churches built between 1880 and 1920. The marble cornerstone indicates the church was completed and dedicated to God in 1909.
Sponsored by the Bullock County Historical Society.

Col Haynes Waddell

     Col Haynes Waddell married Mary Fleming, daughter of James Fleming and Mary Hooper.

Children of Col Haynes Waddell and Mary Fleming

Others Waddell

     Others Waddell was the child of Col Haynes Waddell and Mary Fleming.

Henry Spencer Waddington

( - 26 February 1864)
     Henry Spencer Waddington was born in Cavenham, Suffolk.
He was MP for the co. of Suffolk..
Henry Spencer Waddington married Mary Ann Milnes, daughter of Richard Slater Milnes or Rich and Rachael Busk, on 16 January 1810 in Ferry Fryston, Yorkshire.
     Henry died on 26 February 1864.

Mary Wyche Waddington

     Mary Wyche Waddington married Michael William Le Heup, son of Michael Le Heup and Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?), before 1782.

Children of Mary Wyche Waddington and Michael William Le Heup

Mary Jane Waddock

(1870 - )
     Mary Jane Waddock was born in 1870 in Dublin, Ireland.
Mary Jane Waddock married Frederick Wilberforce Dempster, son of Richard Frederick Dempster and Harriett Mathew, before 30 June 1893 in West Ham RD, Essex. His descendant Stephen Ward has been in touch.

Child of Mary Jane Waddock and Frederick Wilberforce Dempster

Alice Wade

(circa 1806 - )
     Alice Wade was born circa 1806 in Carlton le Moorland, Lincolnshire, England.
Alice Wade married Thomas Popplewell in 1828 in Carlton le Moorland, LIN, ENG.

Children of Alice Wade and Thomas Popplewell

Ellen Wade

     Ellen Wade married George Rich on 13 November 1654 in Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Emily Elizabeth Wade

(10 October 1850 - )
     Emily Elizabeth Wade was born on 10 October 1850 in Hulme, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Emily Elizabeth Wade was christened on 9 January 1851 in Collegiate church, Manchester, Lancashire. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire.

Francis William Wade

(27 August 1847 - )
     Francis William Wade was born on 27 August 1847 in Tranmere, Cheshire, England. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Francis William Wade was christened on 26 September 1847 in Tranmere. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel, Francis, John and Isabella were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England.

Isabella Edith Wade Wade

(5 October 1845 - )
     Isabella Edith Wade Wade was christened on 5 October 1845 in Braddon, Isle of Man. She was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire.

Isabella Emily Wade Wade

(27 March 1853 - )
     Isabella Emily Wade Wade was christened on 27 March 1853 in St Mark, Worsley, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Samuel, Francis, John and Isabella were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England.

Jerome Wade

     Jerome Wade was born. He died unmarried. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.

John Wade

     John Wade was born in Ireland. He was an officer in the 36th Regt and latterly of Fortwilliam, co. Galway. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.

John Wade

(1848 - )
     John Wade was born in 1848 in Oxton, Cheshire. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel, Francis, John and Isabella were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England.

Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade

(1874 - 1941)
     Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade was born in 1874.
Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade married Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles, son of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best, on 29 August 1900. They may be the parents of Walter Robert Stanser Ingles, solicitor in May 1934.
     Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade and Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles were on the passenger list of the "Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft" dated 23 June 1931 from Batavia, Indonesia.
     Kathleen died in 1941.

Children of Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade and Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles

Mary Wade

(before 1850 - )
     Mary Wade was born before 1850 in Cork, Ireland.
Mary Wade married Daniel Colbert.

Child of Mary Wade and Daniel Colbert

Mary Wade

     Mary Wade married William Ryther on 25 July 1739 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire.

Child of Mary Wade and William Ryther

Robert Rochford Wade

(1852 - )
     Robert Rochford Wade was born in 1852 in Dublin, Ireland. He married Marian Olivia, eldest daughter of Thomas Trouton, Esq on 26 Jan 1886 at Donnybrook and had issue. He was the son of Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade and Eliza Persse.

Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade

( - 1862)
     Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade was the son of Thomas Wade and Dora Rochfort.
Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade married Eliza Persse on 9 February 1847 in Ireland. Married: At Dunsandlechurch, Samuel Wade, Esq, eldest son of Thomas Wade of Fairfield, Aughrim, Esq., to Elizabeth, second daughter of Burtton Persse, of Moyode Castle, Esq., county Galway, and grand-daughter of the late Giles Eyre, of Eyrecourt Casdtle, Esq..
     Samuel died in 1862.

Child of Samuel Gustavus Rochfort Wade and Eliza Persse

Samuel Handy Wade

(circa 1778 - )
     Samuel Handy Wade was born circa 1778 in Dublin. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.
     Samuel matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 2 June 1794.
Samuel Handy Wade married Miss (?) Davies.
     Samuel Handy Wade and Miss (?) Davies were recorded on the 1841 census in Roscommon St, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire. Samuel Wade, 60,cotton broker & Eliza Wade, 50, neither born in the county.
     Samuel Handy Wade was recorded on the 1851 census in 5 Somerville St, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Samuel Wade, aged 73, widower, aged 73, cotton broker, born Ireland with his daughter F E Wade, 22, born Liverpool.

Child of Samuel Handy Wade and Miss (?) Davies

Samuel Wesley Handy Wade

(circa 1818 - June 1903)
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was born circa 1818 in Ireland.
Samuel Wesley Handy Wade married Dorothy Alexander on 23 November 1844 in Braddon, Isle of Man.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander were recorded on the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel W H Wade, 33, porter aged, born Ireland, his wife Dorothy Wade, 35, born France, children Isabella Edith Wade 5, born Isle of Man, Samuel W H Wade 4, born Hale Barns, Cheshire, Francis Wm Wade 3, born Tranmere, Cheshire, John Wade 2, born Oxton Hill, Emily Elizabeth Wade 5/12, born Manchester, Lancashire, servant Julia Abbot 17.
Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was declared bankrupt in April 1861 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Samuel Wesley Handy Wade, wine merchant, Leeds.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander were recorded on the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England. Samuel W H Wade,     43, wine merchant, born Ireland; his wife Dorothy Wade, 45, BS born France, children - Samuel W H Wade 14, Francis W Wade, 13, John Wade 11, all born in Cheshire, Isabella E Wade, 8, born Lancashire, Richard B Wade 4, born Yorkshire, with a servant Elizabeth Dunn 19.
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was recorded on the 1891 census in Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. Samuel W H Wade, aged 76, born Ireland, boarder.
     Samuel's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1903 in Toxteth Park RD, Lancashire.

Children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander

Samuel Wesley Handy Wade

(September 1846 - 19 January 1869)
     Samuel Wesley Handy Wade's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1846 in Dunham, Altrincham RD, Cheshire. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade and Dorothy Alexander. Samuel Wesley Handy Wade was christened on 13 September 1846 in Bowden, Cheshire. Isabella, Samuel, Francis, John and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1851 census in Hulme, Lancashire. Samuel, Francis, John and Isabella were listed as the children of Samuel Wesley Handy Wade in the 1861 census in Cowper St, Potternewton, Yorkshire, England.
     Samuel died on 19 January 1869 aged 22. The Liverpool Mercury 21 April 1869 reported: Wade, Jan 19, on board the ship Tenassorim, homeward bound, of cholera in his 23rd year, Samuel Wesley Handy, eldest son of Mr Samuel Wesley Handy Wade, Holt Hill, Birkenhead.

Thomas Wade

(1 October 1753 - )
     Thomas Wade was born on 1 October 1753 in Killavally, Westmeath. He was the third son of Thomas Wade, of Killavally, Co. Westmeath, which he sold 1756, and later of lands in Co. Galway, which he purchased.
Thomas Wade married (?) Lowe in Ireland. She was the daughter of Colonel Lowe of Newtonlowe.
Thomas Wade married secondly Margaret Ann Handy in Ireland. One pedigree describes him as "of Dublin". He married thirdly Miss Walsh of Walshpark by whom he had no issue.
     Thomas Wade was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 1 July 1779. He was described as his son in law.
     Thomas resided at Fairfield, Galway, 1779.
     Thomas died in Galway. Mr Wade having disposed of his property in Westmeath, purchased one in the co. of Galway, where he continued to reside until his death, and was succeeded by his eldest surviving son Samuel.
The Wade family held lands at Carrowmore, barony of Kilconnell during the late 18th and 19th centuries. In the 1870s Rochford Wade was in possession of over 1100 acres in county Galway. In 1906 he held over 900 acres of untenanted land in the area.
Fairfield House (H958). Lewis records Fairfield as the residence of T. Wade in 1837. It is described in the Ordnance Survey Name books as "built on rising ground from which there is a good prospect". At the time of Griffith's Valuation the house was being leased by Thomas Wade from the Handy estate. In 1906 it was in the possession of Rochford Wade when it was valued at £23. Fairfield House is no longer extant and the demesne is the focus for a major sawmilling operation
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Thomas Wade paid the Griffith Valuation at Carrowmore in the 1850s in Aughrim, Galway, Ireland. A Thomas Wade occupied house offices herds & stewards houses and 755 acres of land valued at £425 and sublet the school house, offices and garden to William Cowen.

Children of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy

Thomas Wade

(say 1780 - )
     Thomas Wade was born say 1780 in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Wade and Margaret Ann Handy.