Arthur Wilkinson

(29 May 1823 - )
     Arthur Wilkinson was born on 29 May 1823 in London. He was the son of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts. Arthur Wilkinson was christened on 15 January 1829 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London. Arthur, son of James & Margaret Wilkinson, of 19 Finsbury Circus, indigo broker, born 29 May 1823.

Caroline Wilkinson

(22 June 1821 - )
     Caroline Wilkinson was born on 22 June 1821 in London. She was the daughter of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts. Caroline Wilkinson was christened on 15 January 1829 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London. Caroline, daughter of James & Margaret Wilkinson, of 19 Finsbury Circus, indigo broker, born 22 June 1821.

Elizabeth Wilkinson

(circa 1813 - before 1 March 1851)
     Elizabeth Wilkinson was born circa 1813. She was the daughter of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts.
     Elizabeth Wilkinson and Robert Mackglew obtained a marriage licence on 18 June 1831 in London.
     Elizabeth Wilkinson married Robert Mackglew as his second wife, on 22 June 1831 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London. Robert McGlew of this parish, widower & Elizabeth Wilkinson spinster, a minor. The witnesses were James & Margaret Wilkinson & Mary, George & Fred Wilkinson.
     Elizabeth Wilkinson and Robert Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in Clapham Rise, Clapham, Surrey. Robert McGlew, 40, wool broker, Elizabeth 28, neither born in the county; Elizabeth 9, Mary McGlue 7, Robert 6, Martha 5, James 3, Cornelius 2, John 1 month, all born in the county.
     Elizabeth's death was registered in the quarter ending before 1 March 1851 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey. She was buried on 1 March 1851 in Norwood Cemetery, Lambeth, Surrey. Elizabeth McGlew, of Clapham Rise, Surrey, aged 37.

Children of Elizabeth Wilkinson and Robert Mackglew

Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson

( - 17 November 1854)
     Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson married William Ashby as his third wife, on 18 October 1791 in St Phillip, Barbados. By licence. She may have been his third wife.
     Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson was mentioned in the will of William Ashby dated 29 June 1820. Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson was a slave owner on 7 March 1836 in Barbados.





7th Mar 1836 Elizabeth Honor Ashby was awarded £196 2S 9D for 8 enslaved. Parliamentary Papers p. 172.
     Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson made a will dated 17 November 1854 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. Elizabeth Honour Ashby of St Michael, will dated 17 Nov 1854 names Harriet Ashby and at her death to her grandson Wiliam Nathaniel Collins ... to John William Ashby, Mercy Ann Pinder & Sarah Elizabeth Waith & their heirs ... to John Robert Ashby, John William Ashby, Mercy Ann Pinder & Sarah Elizabeth Waith & their heirs....
to her neices Georgiana Wilkingon & Williamine Dalrell Fowl (wife of Capt John Fowl) 300 pounds
to her grandnieces Charlote Maria King, daugher of James King Esq and Frances Watts, daugher of Frederick Watt esq.
     Her will was proved on 17 November 1854.
     Elizabeth died on 17 November 1854 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados.

Children of Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson and William Ashby

Everetta Maud Wilkinson

(before 1880 - )
     Everetta Maud Wilkinson was also known as Maud in records. She was born before 1880.
     Everetta Maud Wilkinson married John Francis Colbert in 1896 in Victoria, Australia.

Children of Everetta Maud Wilkinson and John Francis Colbert

Frederick Wilkinson

(11 April 1810 - )
     Frederick Wilkinson was born on 11 April 1810 in London. He was the son of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts. Frederick Wilkinson was christened on 1 August 1810 in St Katherine Coleman, London. Frederick, son of James & Maargaret Ellizabeth Wilkinson. He witnessed the second marriage of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson on 22 June 1831, St Stephen, Coleman St, London; Robert McGlew of this parish, widower & Elizabeth Wilkinson spinster, a minor. The witnesses were James & Margaret Wilkinson & Mary, George & Fred Wilkinson.

George Wilkinson

Child of George Wilkinson

George Augustus Wilkinson

(27 December 1808 - 17 December 1893)
     George Augustus Wilkinson was born on 27 December 1808 in London. He was the son of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts. George Augustus Wilkinson was christened on 22 February 1809 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex. George Augustus, son of James & Margaret Elizabeth Wilkinson of Westmorland Place/St. Born Dec 27. He was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, on 26 April 1831. He was born 1808 and admitted as the son of James Wilkinson, citizen & upholder of London. His father was admitted 2 July 1807. HIs brother Frederick born 1810 was admitted at the same time. He witnessed the second marriage of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson on 22 June 1831, St Stephen, Coleman St, London; Robert McGlew of this parish, widower & Elizabeth Wilkinson spinster, a minor. The witnesses were James & Margaret Wilkinson & Mary, George & Fred Wilkinson.
George Augustus Wilkinson was declared bankrupt on 10 October 1843. James & George August Wilkinson of Leadenhall St, indigo brokers were declared bankrupt.
     George Augustus Wilkinson married Rosa Jane Smith on 8 May 1851 in St Mary, Stoke Newington, Hackney, Middlesex. He may have married 8 May 1851 Rosa Jane Smith Stoke at Newington St Mary, he was described as a merchant, of full age, of Camberwell, Surrey, son of James Wilkinson, merchant. George Augustus Wilkinson was an executor of Rosa Jane Smith's estate on 6 July 1887 in the Principal Probate Registry.
     George Augustus Wilkinson appeared on the 1891 census in 'Rosenheim?', Sutton, Surrey. George Augustus Wilkinson, head, widower, 82, retired indigo broker, born Middlesex, Loss....., with a trained nurse and 2 servants.
He may have married 8 May 1851 Rosa Jane Smith Stoke at Newington St Mary, he was described as a merchant, of full age, of Camberwell, Surrey, son of James Wilkinson, merchant.
     George died on 17 December 1893 in Epsom RD, Surrey, aged 84. He and Frederick Wilkinson were brokers of Leadenhall St. At one stage he was described as an Indigo broker.
     His will was proved on 20 January 1894 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. George Augustus Wilkinson of Rosenheim Grove, Sutton, esquire died 1y Dec 1893. Probate London to Frank William Roff, merchant, & Alfred Maxmillian Wilkinson, esqauire. Effects £9935/1/5.

James Wilkinson

(before 1786 - 13 December 1846)
     James Wilkinson was born before 1786 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of George Wilkinson. James Wilkinson was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, on 26 June 1807. James Wilkinson was admitted as a Freeman of the City on 14 April 1807 by Redemption to the Upholders Company He was a broker. He was the son of George of Leeds, Yorkshire, vintner.
     James Wilkinson married Margaret Elizabeth Roberts on 28 December 1807 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. Married by licence, both of this parish, in the presence of James Roberts. James Wilkinson witnessed the second marriage of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson on 22 June 1831, St Stephen, Coleman St, London; Robert McGlew of this parish, widower & Elizabeth Wilkinson spinster, a minor. The witnesses were James & Margaret Wilkinson & Mary, George & Fred Wilkinson.
     James Wilkinson was employed as an indigo broker.
     James died on 13 December 1846 in London. Friday 25 December 1846 - "THE LATE JAMES WILKINSON, THE INDIGO BROKER. Died on the 13th inst., James Wilkinson, of Leadenhall street. He was a native of Yorkshire, and as well known and respected by the manufacturers of that industrious district as he was in London. For many ears his monthly circulars have been quoted for commercial information by journals of all parties. His attachment to the late William Cobbett was well known, and we have often heard him repeats the pleasure he felt at the prediction of is prototype, with regard to the fairly of the potato and introduction of Indian corn into Ireland. Mr Cobbett called the potato the "soul debasing root" and ascribes to its general use the degradation of that unfortunate county. Mr Wilkinson was himself averse to potatoes, yet at the moment of his death, he was engaged in the purchase of a cargo to ship to Ireland, at the instance of a noble Lord, with whom he had recently formed an acquaintance. ... He died without a struggle, apparently in tranquil sleep. ...his family are now bereft of father and mother, of whom the former never spoke but with the liveliest feelings of love and regret. He was a highly esteemed contributor to this paper, From the London Mercantile Journal".

Children of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts

John Wilkinson

(before 7 January 1824 - )
     John Wilkinson was born before 7 January 1824 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire.
     John Wilkinson married Catherine Stanser, daughter of William Stanser and Mary Cobb, on 7 January 1864 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. John Wilkinson was an executor of William Stanser's estate on 20 May 1880 in Nottingham. He was described as a cattle dealer of Sturton.
     John Wilkinson and Catherine Stanser appeared on the 1881 census in Cross St, Sturton le Steeple. John Wilkinson, 57, Sturton, Nottingham, Head, cattle Dealer; Catherine, 39, Sturton, Nottingham, wife; Benjamin 16, Sturton, Nottingham, son; Mary Catherine 11 Sturton, Nottingham, daughter, Scholar; William H, 9 Sturton, Nottingham, son, Scholar; Thomas, 7, Sturton, Nottingham, Son. Scholar; James W, 4, Sturton, Nottingham, son, Scholar; Horace , 2, Sturton, Nottingham, son; Jane , 8 m, Sturton, Nottingham, daughter; Sarah Mashall, u, 18, Headon, Nottingham, General domestic servant.

Rev John Wilkinson

(circa 1680 - )
     Rev John Wilkinson was born circa 1680.
     John matriculated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, on 1 May 1696. John was a clergyman at Yorkshire, between 1700 and 1715. He was ordained deacon 22 Sep 1700, priest Sep 21 1701, curate of Ryther 1701, Perpetural curate of Stillingfleet 1705-8, Rector of Escrick 1708-1715 and Vicar of Trinity Church, Hull in 1715.
     Rev John Wilkinson married Elizabeth Banks, daughter of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton, on 18 June 1713 in Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. They had no issue.

John William Wilkinson

     John William Wilkinson married Martina Jane Cocksedge, daughter of Isaac Cocksedge and Ann Snell, on 11 April 1898 in Mexborough, Yorkshire.

Walter Wilkinson

(15 July 1819 - )
     Walter Wilkinson was born on 15 July 1819 in London. He was the son of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts. Walter Wilkinson was christened on 15 January 1829 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London. Walter, son of James & Margaret Wilkinson, of 19 Finsbury Circus, indigo broker, born 15 July 1819.

Ann Wilks

(before January 1756 - 18 January 1835)
     Ann Wilks was born before January 1756.
     Ann Wilks married John Wafford, son of William Patriarch? Wafford and Ann Nicol, on 4 February 1782 in St Mary, Whitechapel.
     Ann died on 18 January 1835 in Hackney, London. Mrs Ann Wafford, Chatham Place, 79 years, died 18th & buried 24 January 1835. Brick grave 10 pounds. She was buried on 24 January 1835 in St Thomas Independent, Mare Street, Hackney, London.

Children of Ann Wilks and John Wafford

Myra Kent Willams

(1894 - 1981)
     Myra Kent Willams was born in 1894 in Camperdown, Victoria. She was the daughter of Richard Williams and Sarah Bland.
     Myra Kent Willams married William Alan MacKenzie in 1919.
     Myra died in 1981 in Malvern, Victoria.

Eliza Ida Willersdorf

(1873 - 16 May 1901)
     Eliza Ida Willersdorf was commonly known as Ida. She was born in 1873 in Tarnagulla, Victoria. Eliza Ida was the daughter of Justus Conrad Willersdorf & Eliza Millington.
     Eliza Ida Willersdorf married Alexander Rose Forbes, son of Alexander Forbes and Sarah Jane Rose, in 1900 in Victoria.
     Eliza died on 16 May 1901 in Eddington, Victoria. She was buried in Eddington.

John Willett

( - 22 November 1586)
     John Willett married thirdly Rose Unknown circa 1582 in Lt Saxham, Suffolk, England.
     John Willett made a will dated 16 November 1586. [To]Rose three roodes of meadow and six poles, three half acres lying by the same meadow, two acres at Barrowe waie, and three roodes at the Crosse Lane. ? Sorrell nag
I give to Rose my wife.three cowes
I give also to my wife.
He bequeathed to Agnes Bland Margery Bland my wife’s daughter Grissell Weylett and Agnes Roger my daughter. Corne in the ground to wife; bed and bolster to Grissell Weylett; foure behives to wife.
Rose my wife Executor; Thomas Croftes Esquire supervisor.
     John died on 22 November 1586.
     His will was proved in 1586.

Alice William ap Griffith

     Alice William ap Griffith was born in Caernarvonshire, Wales. Ales daughter of William Griffith ap Robin of Cochwillan.
     Alice William ap Griffith married Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn, son of Ieuan ap Robert and Catherine ferch Rhys ap Howel Vychan, in Wales. He married secondly Gwenhwyfer, daughter of Gruffydd ap Howel y Farf, relict of Robert Griffith, of Plas Newydd. He co-habited with Margaret, daughter of Morris ap John ap Meredydd, of Clenenney; she only co-habited with him, as his 2nd wife survived him. They had issue.

Elizabeth Williamot

(before 1570? - )
     Elizabeth Williamot was born before 1570?.
     Elizabeth Williamot married Robert Steer, son of Robert Steer and Elizabeth Wylde, on 26 December 1598 in Darley, Derbyshire.

Watkin Williams Wynn Bart

(1691 - 1749)
     Watkin Williams Wynn Bart was born in 1691. He was the son of Jane Thelwall (Williams).
     Watkin died in 1749.

Alice Mary Williams

     Alice Mary Williams married Sydney Edwin Dixon, son of Stephen Chancellor Dixon and Sarah Bonnett Brooker, on 16 December 1891 in Caulfield, Victoria.

Allen Joseph Williams

(1908 - )
     Allen Joseph Williams was born in 1908 in New Zealand. He was the son of Thomas Henry Williams and Charlotte Jane Ruby.

Annie Louisa Williams

(8 September 1899 - June 1973)
     Annie Louisa Williams was born on 8 September 1899.
     The marriage of Annie Louisa Williams and Frederick Charles Wafford, son of Frederick Charles Wafford and Amelia Sarah Smith, was registered in Edmonton RD, Middlesex, in the December 1925 quarter.
     Annie's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1973 in Haringey RD, Middlesex.

Bridget Williams

( - 1792)
     Bridget Williams was born in Wales. She was the eldest daughter & co-heiress of Thomas Williams of Edwinsford, Carmarthen, Wales. He was Chancellor and Chamberlain of the counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan..
     Bridget Williams married Robert Banks-Hodgkinson, son of Joseph Banks and Ann Hodgkinson, on 1 October 1757.
     Bridget died in 1792 in Edwinsford, Carmarthenshire, Wales.

Charles Williams

( - before 1804)
     Charles Williams married Elizabeth Darby, daughter of Unknown Darby, on 28 June 1790 in St Dunstan in the East, Stepney. He was a widower and she was spinster aged 48.
     Charles died before 1804 in London, England.

Claude Scipio Williams

(7 July 1905 - 3 January 1973)
     Claude Scipio Williams was born on 7 July 1905 in Melbourne, Victoria.
     Claude Scipio Williams married Doreen Emily Ruby, daughter of George Evans Ruby and Emily Alice Bland, in 1932 in Yarram, Victoria. Claude was a teacher.
     Claude died on 3 January 1973 in Geelong, Victoria, aged 67.

Doris Jean Williams

(circa 1921? - 1969?)
     Doris Jean Williams was commonly known as Jean. She was born circa 1921?.
     Doris died in 1969? In Sale, Victoria.

Edward Leader Williams

     Edward Leader Williams married Eliza Maria Popplewell, daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Sarah Hird, on 30 August 1852 in London. She died prior to ELW being knighted, but he is a historical figure as the designer and builder of the Manchester Ship Canal..

Ellen Georgina Williams

     Ellen Georgina Williams married Lt Col. Henry Robert Handcock, son of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French, on 15 May 1854. She was the daughter of Lt Col. Henry Williams.

Enid Vera Williams

     Enid Vera Williams married Leonard Pegg Bullett, son of Robert Bullett and Ellen Pegg, on 27 April 1912 in the Congregational Chuch, East Finchley, London.