Nell Webster

(1907 - )
     Nell Webster was born in 1907 in Stratford, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout.

Thomas Lynn Webster

(1911 - )
     Thomas Lynn Webster was born in 1911 in Maffra, Victoria. He was the son of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout.

William Herbert Webster

     William Herbert Webster was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

William Peel Webster

(circa 1877 - 1959)
     William Peel Webster was born circa 1877.
William Peel Webster married Hilda Evelyn Rout, daughter of Charles Rout and Ellen Bland, on 1 June 1905 in Sale, Victoria.
     William died in 1959 in Sale, Victoria.

Children of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout

Gertrude Myfanwy Wedgewood

( - circa 1965)
     Gertrude Myfanwy Wedgewood married secondly Charles Humphrey Carden Noad after 1943.
     Gertrude died circa 1965.
     Her will was proved on 1 April 1965. Will and Testament of Gertrude Myfanwy Carden-Noad, née Wedgewood, formerly wife of John Elliott and wife of Charles Humphrey Carden-Noad, of 1, Lower King's Cliff, St Helier. Dated 04/04/1962. Includes two closed documents.

Joan Marjorie Wedgewood

(19 June 1907 - July 2016)
     Joan Marjorie Wedgewood was born on 19 June 1907.
Joan Marjorie Wedgewood married Dr Richmond Jeremy, son of John Jeremy and Kate Ella Hooper, on 17 March 1929 in All Saints, Woollahra, New South Wales. Richmond Jeremy, medical practitioner, 62 ,, Daringford, bachelor, born Wagga Wagga, NSW, aged 29, son of John Jerem & Ella Jeremy (deceased), retired agent; to: Joan Marjoire Wedgwood... of Rushcutters Bay, spinster, born Townsville, Qld, aged 21, daughter of Clement Wiilam Wedgwod & Georgina Maud, ... NSW T..Clerk. Joan Marjorie Wedgewood was buried on 31 July 2014 in Northern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde.
     Joan died in July 2016 in New South Wales aged 109. JEREMY, Joan Marjorie. Aged 107 years. Loved wife of Richmond (deceased). Mother and mother-in-law of Richmond and Norma, David and Philippa, and John. Proud grandmother to Richmond and Mathew, Robert and Anne, and great-grandmother to Bronwyn, Kathleen, Rosemary, Kate, Grace, Emma, Hugh, Alex and Jack..

Pauline Freda Weickhardt

(1913 - 1950)
     Pauline Freda Weickhardt was also known as Coxedge in records. She was born in 1913 in Dandenong, Victoria.
Pauline Freda Weickhardt married William Robert Charles Coxedge, son of William Charles Cocksedge and Grace Lavina Parrott, in 1932 in Victoria.
     Pauline died  in 1950 in Fitzroy, Victoria. Pauline Coxedge.

Alexander Weir

( - 1632)
      Jacquie ? wrote about her ancestors: Alexander Weir and his wife Ann Dunbar and their children John, Jane and Alexander. Of the children, I have two daughters - sadly no names. Maybe one is called Jane? Anyway the two sisters married two brothers - Robert and John Johnston, sons of James Johnston of Aghamuldowney. Alexander Weir was born. According to Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland, he was the third son of Robert Weir, of Craighead, on the river Clyde, who sold or assigned his estate about 1610, and settled at Monaghan (now
called Hall Craig), co. Fermanagh; married a sister of Sir David Lindsay, and died 1633
. He was the son of Robert Weir and (?) Lindsay.
Alexander Weir married Ann Dunbar, daughter of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Graham, in 1614 in Ireland. On the outbreak of the civil war in 1641, Anne with her orphans, suffered severely .... Mrs Weir was suffered to escape to Ennniskillen with but one son Alexander aged 9 and his sister Jane, alone saved from the massacre ....
     Alexander died in 1632.      
Alexander Weir was listed as Alexander Weire gent, titulado in 1659 in Ferlagh, Devenish, Fermanagh.
     Alexander Weir and Catherine Dunbar, Sir John Dunbar, Mary Harman, Major John Dunbar and Alexander Weir were mentioned in a court case on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.

Children of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar

Alexander Weir

(circa 1632? - circa 1689)
     Alexander Weir was born circa 1632? In Ireland. He was the son of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar.
     Alexander resided at Hall Craig, Fermanagh.
Burke's Landed gentry of Ireland states: Alexander Weir, of Hall Craig, fought in the battle of Worcester 1651. In Nov1688, he raised, jointly with James, son of Sir John Hume, an independant troop of Horse in support of the Prince of Orange, and (Mr. Hume having died) routed a party of King James's adherent at Ballyshannon, in June, 1689, and had part in the victory of Newtown Butler; after this he was slain at Boyle, and was there buried within the Abbey, a monument was erected by Lord Kingston on the spot where he fell at Boherboy. By Sarah Goodwin, his wife, he (also) had issue, John, who d. young.
     Alexander Weir and Catherine Dunbar, Sir John Dunbar, Mary Harman, Major John Dunbar and Alexander Weir were mentioned in a court case on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.
     Alexander died circa 1689 in Ireland. He was buried at Boyle Abbey.

Child of Alexander Weir

Alexander Weir

( - October 1785)
     Alexander Weir was the son of Robert Weir.
Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland states: Alexander Weir, of Hall Craig, Capt. in the Fermanagh Militia in 1745; m. 1745, Barbara, daughter of John Crozier, Esq. of Magheradunbar, co. Fermanagh, and by her (who d. April, 1779) had issue.
Alexander Weir married Barbara Crozier in 1745.
     Alexander died in October 1785 in Fermanagh, Ireland. He was buried at Devenish with his wife.

Children of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier

Barbara Weir

     Barbara Weir was the daughter of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier.
Barbara Weir married John Johnson. They had 1 son and 2 daughters.

Jane Weir

(before 1632 - )
     Jane Weir was born before 1632. She had 2 sisters. She was the daughter of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar.

John Weir

( - 1641)
     John Weir was the son of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar.
     John died in 1641 in the Abbey, Lisgoole, Fermanagh, Ireland. --who fell in the Irish Wars, 1641. Murdered at Lisgoole Abbey. It has also been suggested that this John was Rev John who died in Mingarrie Castle’s Dungeon in 1643. From a book attributed to Jane Weir Lathem, she writes:
The Weir family has long been seated in the lowlands of Scotland. In the 17th century one branch lived in Lanarkshire, which lies between the Firths of Forth and Clyde, in which is situated the town of Glasgow. Rev John Wier in 1643 was the Presbyterian minister at Dalserf, Lanarkshire. The next year he and other ministers bore the National League and Covenant to the soldiers and Protestants in Ulster province, Ireland. After performing his mission, he set out to return home, when the ship on which he sailed was captured by the noted Alistaire Macdonnell. He, with others, was confined in Mingarie Castle, where, worn with long confinement, he fell sick, and being destitute of every necessary accommodation...he died. His wife survived him. It was at this period, during the reign of Charles I, that the Ulster Presbyterians were rigorously treated”.

John Weir

     John Weir was the son of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier.
John Weir served in the military as Lt in the 43 rd Regitmient of Foot, he left no issue.

John Weir

     John Weir was the son of Robert Weir.

Robert Weir

     Robert Weir was the son of George Dunbar. Robert Weir was mentioned in a deed dated 20 December 1790. Indenture #137026 430/125 Assigned memorial George Dunbar, Esq., of Ballycarney, co. Carlow, but then of Dublin City, P1, 22 Dec 1790: George Dunbar for the considerations and purposes mentioned assigned to Whally etc, the personal fortune of Martin Killigrew in Gt Britain £7505 for the purposes mentioned. Registered 22 Dec 1790.
     Robert was a defendant in a court case between 1807 and 1813. Dunbar v. Weir & Tredennick, 1807 cited in following case: May 18-19 1813 High Court of Justice (Ireland), Chancery Division: Major J K Dunbar, plaintiff, Tredennick deft: Plaintiff seeks to record possession of a certain manor of Kilcoe, co. Fermanagh & to have set aside certain fee farm grants totalling about 700 acres conveyed by his father Major George Dunbar & himself to R Weir, his attorney & agent, plaintiff alleging that the ... of ... had been obtained by ... by fraud. Plaintiff also claims an account of rents received ... under a deed of 11 December 1792, executed by plaintiff (having come of age in 1790) his father (Major George Dunbar) ... & ... all the English estates vested in ... had been sold but the proceeds had not (May 1813) been remitted by the English agents & until the costs had been ascertained the residue would not be remitted.
In 1792 plaintiff being ordered abroad with his regiment, with his father executed the said deed to Weir, but did not appreciate its significance. He remained abroad until 1807 (being at Jersey that year) when his father died and he returned to England. Meanwhile for £3400 Weir had conveyed the manor to defendant Tredennick. Plaintiff looked into the circs (circumstances?) of the execution by himself and his late father of the deed of conveyance to Weir & was allege... was obtd from him & his father by fraud.
Held that ex... to deed of 11 Dec 1792 was obtd by fraud by Weir, that plaintiff was entitled to recover possession and an account against defendant and all costs.
N.B. Robert Weir was said to be an illegitimate son of Major Geo Dunbar.
Ball & Beatty reports: Chancery, Ireland 1807-1814. Printers. R Milliken (Dublin), H Butterworth, 7 Fleet St London. Vol. printed 1824
.

Robert Weir

(1676 - 1743)
     Robert Weir was born in 1676. He was the son of Alexander Weir.
Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland states: Robert Weir, of Hall Craig, b. 1676 ; fought at the Battle of the Boyne, and at Athlone, Aghrim, and Limerick, and died 1743.
He married Anne, dau. of Capt. Christopher Carleton, of Market Hill, Co. Fermanagh, by whom he had, with several younger children (from one of whom has descended a branch that settled in co. Sligo, and is represented there by the Weirs of Lake "View, near Boyle)
.
Robert Weir married Anne Carleton.
     Robert died in 1743 in Ireland.

Child of Robert Weir

Robert Weir

(after 1745 - 1818)
     Robert Weir was born after 1745 in Ireland. He was the son of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier.
Robert Weir, Esq. of Hall Craig, JP and DL, co. Fermanagh, and served as High Sheriff; m. July, 1779, Mary, daughter of of Thomas Rynd, of Ballywhillin, co. Fermanagh, and by her had (with five other daughters) John, Alexander & Mary. He was amagistrate and deputy governor fo Fermanagh.
     Robert Weir and George Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 12 March 1783 in Ireland. No. 236250 Dunbar to Weir. To the Register appd for Registering deed and so forth. A memorial for a lease … the 12 day march 1783 made between George Dunbar of Great V… St in the city of Dublin Esquire of the one part and of Robt Weir of Dorset St in the sd city of Dublin Esquire of the other part. Whereby the sd George Dunbar for and in consideration of 100 pound sterling to … then paid by the sd Robt Weir he the sd George Dunbar did … and set unto the sd Robt Weir all that and those the of own and lands of .. gah situate in the manor of Killlcoe and county of Fermanaghe with houses and … orchards gardens meadows and all other appurtenances thereunto belonging in as full and ample manner as the same then held by Robt Casson? Arthur Graham Arthur … Graham James Graham and Francis Brock by virtue of a lease made to them thereof the said Georg Dunbar bearing date he 17th day of June 1751. To hold to the sd Robert Weir his heirs, exors admons and af.. from and immediately after the death of the sd Robt VausoN> and William Hamilton of Garrison, Esquire being two of the lives then in being and for which the … were granted in and by the said lease of the 17 June 1751 to his and their only use and behoof for ever at the yearly rent of 45 pounds sterling the first payment thereof to be made in six months after the death of the sd Robert Carson and William Hamilton … above all taxes and .. to continue payable half yearly afterward for ever which … deed of lease and this memorial is witness by Tomason? Hamilton and John Whelan both of the City of Dublin Gent Geo Dunbar seal signed … in the presence of Johnson Hamilton John Whelan. The above named Johnson Hamilton maketh oath that he saw the lease of which the above writing is a memorial duly executed by both the parties thereto and this he also saw the above named George Dunbar duly signed seal the above meml and that he this depont is a … witness the said … and this memorial and that the same Johnson Hamilton … 12 May 1793.
     Robert died in 1818. He lelft 5 daughters and a son John.

Child of Robert Weir

Robert Weir

(before 1580 - 1633)
     Robert Weir married (?) Lindsay. Robert Weir was born before 1580. Third osn of James Weir of Blackwood, by his wife Euphemia Hamiton, was tyled of Craig Hea..
Archibald Hamilton, on 5 August 1616, at Castletowne, by his charter of enfeoffment, granted to Robert Weure, gent and Alexander Weire, his son, all the towns, tates, and parcels ... during the natural life of said Robert and after his death to the use of the said Alexander, his heirs and assigns forever. Robert & Alexander Weire later granted to Malcolm Hamilton, late Archbishop of Cashel, forever ....
The said late archbishop by charter dated 20 Aug 1621, granted to Robert Weire of Tullymargy, gent, Cabriel Coningham, gent and James Somervill, gent forever, all the said proportion...
The said late archbishop in 1627 by his last will & testament excepting the aforesaid exceptions to his son Malcolm H and heirs with remainder to Lodovic Hamilton another son of the late archbishop by his wife Jane Crafford, remainder to Archibald H son & heir apparent of said late archbishop.
The said late archbishop, by his charter dated 13 March 1615/16, granted to James Somervill and Elizabeth his wife ....
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     Robert died in 1633.
He (or a son Robert) was listed as a 'Tituladoes' in the 1659 cesus of Ireland in Magherynagiran, Devonish, Fermanagh and as Robert Weire gent. Monahan, parish of Devonish.

Child of Robert Weir and (?) Lindsay

Mary Welch?

     Mary Welch? married John Ruby on 12 June 1761 in Tavistock, Devon.

(?) Weldon

(4 June 1880 - )
     (?) Weldon was born on 4 June 1880 At Whittlesey, the wife of Bowker Weldon, of a daughter in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Bowker Weldon and Sarah Bowker.

Rev Anthony (?) Weldon

(circa 1730 - 1803)
     Rev Anthony (?) Weldon was born circa 1730. He was the son of Walter Weldon and Ann Burdett.
     (?) died in 1803.

Arthur Weldon

(before 1632 - before 20 September 1676)
           Inrolments of the abjudication (the arrears of the Commissioned Officers who served Charles II (or Chas I) in the Wars of Ireland before 5 June 1649 - held at SoG: Weldon, Arthur, Bartholomew, Richard & William. Arthur Weldon was born before 1632 in St John's Bower, Kildare, Ireland. He was the fifth son. He was the son of Walter Weldon and Jane Ryder.
Mary Harman married secondly Arthur Weldon after 1657 in Ireland. Arthur Weldon, of Park co. Carlow, married Mary daughter of Henry Harman of Dublin and sister of Sir Thomas Harman, Kt, of Athy, and widow of Sir John Dunbar of Dunbar, co. Fermanagh. She was widowed again by 1680.      
Arthur Weldon Arthur Weldon, gent, was assessed for the poll tax as 'Titulado' in the '1659 census of Ireland for Catherlagh County & Borough, with 10 people in the household in 1659 in Parke, Ballinacarrig, Carlow, Ireland.
Petition of William Weldon, and Arthur Weldon, to the Duke of Ormond MS. Carte 159, fol(s). 224v [circa 18 March] 1664: As executors of Robert Weldon, late of Athy in the county of Kildare, many debts are due to petitioners from persons whose estates are sequestrated, and in his Majesty's hands.... They have discovered that a lease of the towns and lands of Ballichanebegg and Killmullrony, in the Queen's County, for several years yet to come, is forfeited to his Majesty, and concealed.... They pray for the grant of a custodiam of the said lands, during pleasure
Warrant, by the Duke of Ormond, to the Barons of the Exchequer, for a grant, in custodiam, to the petitioners, of the lands recited in this petition, if found to be at his Majesty's disposal, and not already granted to other persons MS. Carte 159, fol(s). 224v 21 March 1664.
Petition of John Ghest to the Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland: written from Dublin MS. Carte 154, fol(s). 87 23 June 1666:
Plaint of debt against Arthur Weldon, esquire, Lieutenant of his Grace's Battle-Axes and others. [With the order made thereupon.].
     Arthur died before 20 September 1676 in Park, Ballincarrig, Carlow, Ireland. He was buried on 20 September 1676 in St Audeon, Dublin, Ireland. Capt Arthur Weldon of Black Dog.

Child of Arthur Weldon and Mary Harman

Arthur Weldon

     Arthur Weldon was the son of Walter Weldon and Ann Burdett.
Arthur Weldon married Mary Dopping. She was the daughter of Anthony Dopping, DD Bishop of Meath.

Bowker Weldon

(20 June 1804 - )
     Bowker Weldon was christened on 20 June 1804 in Stamford St Michael, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Francis Weldon and Rebecca Mary Bowker.
     Bowker Weldon was named in the militia list taken in 1824 in Stamford, St Michael, Lincolnshire. Bowker Weldon, aged 20.
Bowker Weldon married Charlotte Parkinson on 2 March 1841 in Ryhall, Rutland. On Tuesday last at Ryhall, (by the Rev Wm Wing, of Stibbington_ Mr Bower Weldon, druggist of Portsdown Terrace. Kilburn, London, to Charlotte, second daughter of Mr Parkinson of Ryhall.
He was son of Francis Weldon, draper..

Children of Bowker Weldon and Charlotte Parkinson

Child of Bowker Weldon and Sarah Bowker

Bowker Weldon

(27 August 1846 - )
     Bowker Weldon was born on 27 August 1846 in London. He was the son of Bowker Weldon and Charlotte Parkinson. Bowker Weldon was christened on 17 November 1850 in St Mark, Marylebone, Westminster, London. Bowker, son of Bowker & Charlotte Weldon, of Portsdown Terrace, chemist. born August 27 1846.
     Bowker was a solicitor.
Bowker Weldon married Sarah Bowker, daughter of Thomas Bowker J.P., Squire and Sarah Eagles Cowley, on 1 July 1873 in St Mary's, West Brompton, Middlesex?, England. Weldon Bowker -July 1 at St Mary's, West Brompton (by the Rev Frederick Jopiln, rector of Boulge-with-Debach, uncle of the bridegroom), Bowker Weldon, solicitor, Whittlesey, to Sarah, the youngest daughter of Thomas Bowker Esq., of the Manor House, Whittlesey.

Charles St Leger Weldon

(1902 - 1955)
     Charles St Leger Weldon married Maud Winifred Murray, daughter of John Oldham Denty Murray and Mary Ann Sally Bird. Charles St Leger Weldon was born in 1902 in Wexford, Ireland.
     Charles died in 1955 in London, England.

Charlotte Weldon

(8 September 1842 - )
     Charlotte Weldon was christened on 8 September 1842 in St James Paddington, Westminster, London, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Bowker Weldon and Charlotte Parkinson.

Francis Weldon

     Francis Weldon married secondly Rebecca Mary Bowker on 11 July 1803 in Stamford St Michael, Lincolnshire.

Child of Francis Weldon and Rebecca Mary Bowker

John Weldon

     John Weldon was the son of Walter Weldon and Jane Ryder.
     John resided at Roscommon.