Catherine Mylor Whitty

(1873 - 1935)
     Catherine Mylor Whitty married William Caesar Lewis. Catherine Mylor Whitty was born in 1873. She was the daughter of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Catherine died in 1935.

Children of Catherine Mylor Whitty and William Caesar Lewis

Eleanor Lucy Whitty

(18 September 1848 - 20 October 1935)
     Eleanor Lucy Whitty was commonly known as Ellen. She was christened on 18 September 1848 in Taghmon, Wexford, Ireland. Ellen, daughter of Mark Whitty & Cath Meyler. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.
     Eleanor Lucy Whitty married John Evans, son of John Evans and Eleanor Evans, on 16 February 1870 in St Francis Roman Catholic church, Melbourne, Victoria. The sons were brought up as Anglicans and their daughters as Roman Catholics.
     Eleanor died on 20 October 1935 in Yaark, Victoria, aged 87. She was buried in Whitfield. Her jet rosary beads are held by David Evans.

Children of Eleanor Lucy Whitty and John Evans

Ellen Whitty (Whitty)

(1881 - )
     Ellen Whitty (Whitty) married Benjamin Thomas Whitty. Ellen Whitty (Whitty) was born in 1881. She was the daughter of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.

George Whitty

(1877 - 1937)
     George Whitty was born in 1877. He was the son of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     George died in 1937.

Harry Whitty

(1894 - 1972)
     Harry Whitty was born in 1894. He was the son of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Harry died in 1972.

Ian Whitty

     Ian Whitty was the son of Kenneth Whitty and Gwen Unknown.

James Whitty

(1879 - 1941)
     James Whitty was born in 1879. He was the son of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     James died in 1941.

James Whitty

     James Whitty married Mary Furlonge in Wexford, Ireland.

Child of James Whitty and Mary Furlonge

James Laurence Whitty

(1841 - 1893)
     He married Mary Tyrrell and has many descendants..
     James Laurence Whitty married Mary Tyrrell. James Laurence Whitty was born in 1841. He was the son of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.
     James died in 1893.

Children of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell

Johanna Whitty (Redgway)

(1855 - 1938)
     Johanna Whitty (Redgway) was born in 1855. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.
     Johanna died in 1938.

Julia Whitty

(1880 - )
     Julia Whitty married Robert Harpur. Julia Whitty was born in 1880. She was the daughter of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.

Child of Julia Whitty and Robert Harpur

Kenneth Whitty

(1905 - 1978)
     Kenneth Whitty married Gwen Unknown. Kenneth Whitty was born in 1905. He was the son of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Kenneth died in 1978.

Children of Kenneth Whitty and Gwen Unknown

Margaret Whitty

(circa 1843 - )
     Margaret Whitty was born at sea circa 1843. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.

Margaret Whitty

(1850 - )
     Margaret Whitty was born in 1850. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.

Margaret Whitty

(1891 - 1958)
     Margaret Whitty was born in 1891. She was the daughter of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Margaret died in 1958.

Margaret Whitty

     Margaret Whitty was the daughter of Kenneth Whitty and Gwen Unknown.

Mark Whitty

(circa 1813 - 25 April 1866)
     Mark Whitty was born circa 1813 He may be the Mark Whitty baptised 6 Sep 1823 at Wexford city, son of Nicholas Whitty and Mary McDonal in Wexford, Ireland. He was the son of James Whitty and Mary Furlonge.
     Mark Whitty married Catherine Meylor, daughter of Laurence Meylor and Catherine Unknown (Meylor), on 30 January 1840 in Glinn, Wexford, Ireland. Mark Whitty & Cath Myler, witnessed by John Cogle & Patrick Hansy? Ellen Myler married Miles Roche on 30 Nov 1840 at the same place.
     Mark Whitty arrived per "Ann Dashwwod" in November 1853 at Melbourne, Victoria, from Liverpool in June via Table Bay. Mark Whitty, 40, Catherine 38, James 12, Catherine 9, Mary 7, Ellen 5, Margaret 1..
     Mark died on 25 April 1866 in Oxley, Victoria. He is buried in the Milawa cemetery along with his children:
James Lawrence 1840-1913; Mary 1842-?; Catherine (Morgan) 1843-1882; Mary (Prentice) 1846-1883;
Eleanor Lucy (Evans) 1848-1935;
Margaret 1852- (may have died on the voyage); Julia Ann (Ridgway) 1855-1938
Siblings in this cemetery:
Mark 1811-1866; James 1814-1882; John Joseph 1816-1883
Mary (Whitty & Gardiner) 1821-1876.
The headstone states that he was aged 55.

Children of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor

Mark Whitty

(1875 - 1878)
     Mark Whitty was born in 1875 in Moyhu, Victoria. He was the son of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Mark died in 1878 in Moyhu, Victoria.

Mary Whitty

(21 March 1842 - )
     Mary Whitty was christened on 21 March 1842 in Taghmon, Wexford, Ireland. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.

Mary Whitty (Pentice)

(10 December 1846 - 1883)
     Mary Whitty (Pentice) married an unknown person . She married Henry Pentice. She was christened on 10 December 1846 in Taghmon, Wexford, Ireland. She was the daughter of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor.
     Mary died in 1883.

Mary Whitty (Smith)

(1882 - 1980?)
     Mary Whitty (Smith) was born in 1882. She was the daughter of James Laurence Whitty and Mary Tyrrell.
     Mary died in 1980?.

Alice Mary Whitwell

(18 May 1895 - 29 March 1995)
     The following is a story written in pencil by Alice Mary Whitwell.Date is was written is unknown.It tells a brief history of her family & her life prior to marrying Albert Joseph LaFortune on March-20-1924.



Mother Susan Jane Mann 26 June 1854 2 sisters Aunt Annie Beedles Aunt Bessie Maquire Father was a dock worker ?? school was paid for Mother came to Canada as a maid or governess to the Irwin family of three boys & 2 girls. Mrs. Irwin was an only child & was deaf although everything was done for her & she was hard of hearing all her life. Her husband travelled for a tea company & was often gone for months at a time. When mother came with the Irwins they must have settled near Winnipeg as they could see the lights of Fort Rouge in the distance. Think Dad had a fish store around in the district & that is how they became acquainted. Eventually the Irwin family came out to the Coast & Mother came with them. Apparently Dad came out about the same time. Mother writes Irwin's & Dad worked for the city laying sidewalks & then for Langley's Drugstore. Both she & Dad decided to get a small cottage on Herald Street. Dad had developed (I think) diptheria & Mother nursed him at Herald Street. After he got over it they
were married on ??? Day (?) by Cannon Beaulands of Christ Church. They then had the cottage moved down to Packington Street. It was up on wood blocks for some time but the garden was a starting point and Dad got an express job with one horse & wagon. All the family were born on Packington Street. The only heat we had for ages was the kitchen stove. The house had ?? ?? ?? floors. I can remember the chamber pot frozen in the bedrooms overnight. The outhouse was down in the yard & next to the chicken house-take a lantern at night if necessary. Dad had a wonderful garden & Mother had rasps etc that Dad would take on a large platter ( picked at 6 am ) to the New England Hotel on Government Street. To help out Mother had a couple of houses she did cleaning jobs. Also took in odd washing jobs for next door. Father's Mother had no washing machine but Dad got her a cooperage barrel & a dolley-a round piece at the bottom with three pegs & a cross for the top-she would put her water & soap (this was always scraps
of Sunlight Soap melted from time to time). The idea was to churn the wash back & forth dump the water & put in fresh water more water & then wringer out & over family line. Our home was lit only by coal lamp & what a thrill we got when Dick Brooker & another chap ??? ??? came to wire up our attic. At that time had only 2 planks & we were scared they would slip off & come right through. However all went well & we had no more coal oil lamps.





























. Alice Mary Whitwell was born on 18 May 1895 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She was the daughter of Thomas Whitwell and Susan Jane Mann.
     Alice Mary Whitwell married Albert Joseph Lafortune, son of Francis or Francois Xavier Lafortune and Mary Elizabeth Handy, on 20 March 1924 in Victoria, BC, CAN.
     Alice died on 29 March 1995 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, aged 99.

Child of Alice Mary Whitwell and Albert Joseph Lafortune

Edith Victoria Whitwell

(12 July 1897 - )
     Edith Victoria Whitwell was born on 12 July 1897. She was the daughter of Thomas Whitwell and Susan Jane Mann.

Herbert James Whitwell

(22 October 1890 - 12 July 1967)
     Herbert James Whitwell was born on 22 October 1890 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was the son of Thomas Whitwell and Susan Jane Mann.
     Herbert died on 12 July 1967 aged 76.

Thomas Whitwell

(25 May 1851 - January 1920)
     [Brøderbund Family Archive #118, Ed. 1, Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s - 1900s, Date of Import: Oct 16, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.118.1.88064.10]

     Individual: Whitwell, Thomas Event: Born Year: Abt 1852 Place: England

     Province of record source: British Columbia

     Source: Extracts from the 1891 Federal Census of British Columbia, Microfilm # C13284-C13285. Publisher: National Archives of Canada Publication place: Ottawa, ON

     Volume/Page(s): FN231

     Please note: The province and county are associated with the location of the record source and in some cases may not be the same as the place where the event occurred.. Thomas Whitwell was born on 25 May 1851 in England.
     Thomas Whitwell married Susan Jane Mann before 1888.
     Thomas died in January 1920 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, aged 68.

Children of Thomas Whitwell and Susan Jane Mann

Thomas Stanley Whitwell

(3 December 1888 - )
     Thomas Stanley Whitwell was born on 3 December 1888 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was the son of Thomas Whitwell and Susan Jane Mann.

David Whybrow

(1817 - )
     David Whybrow was born in 1817 in New South Wales. He was the son of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).

Mary Whybrow

(1815 - 1882)
     Mary Whybrow was born in 1815 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).
     Mary Whybrow married John Richard Tindale, son of John Poad Tindale and Susanna Emma Manwaring, in 1830 in New South Wales. They were step-brother & sister. Their 1841 portraits may be seen at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, website: http://www.portrait.gov.au/static/collection_display.php?num=102881..
     Mary died in 1882 in Penrith, New South Wales. Mary Tindale, daughter of William & Elizabeth.

Children of Mary Whybrow and John Richard Tindale

William Whybrow

     William Whybrow was also known as Wybrow in records.
     William Whybrow married Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal) in 1809 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She married as Elizabeth Crookshank, William Wybrow (Ganges, 1797) at St Phillip's Sydney in 1809. Their son James is the ancestor of Angela Finnerty..

Children of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal)

William Whybrow

(1819 - )
     William Whybrow was born in 1819 in New South Wales. He was the son of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).