John Wetstone

     John Wetstone married Ann Heatherly, daughter of John Heatherly, on 4 March 1781 in St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Southwark, Surrey. John Wetstone of this parish, bachelor & Ann Hatherly of St Mary Rotherhithe, spinster were married by licence.

Elizabeth Whaites?

     Elizabeth Whaites? married Francis Ellison on 2 December 1682 in Silkstone, Yorkshire.

Ann Whale

     Ann Whale married Thomas Martin Cocksedge, son of Martin Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Susanna Le Heup, on 14 September 1837 in Billericay, Essex. They divorced about 1845.
     Ann Whale and Thomas Martin Cocksedge were recorded on the 1841 census in Westgate St, Bury St Edmunds. Thos M Cocksedge, 26?, esquire, born in the county, Ann ditto, 21, not born in the county. Ann Whale was widowed on 5 May 1846 on the death of her husband Thomas Martin Cocksedge.
Ann Cocksedge married John Hull Walton Harris on 12 September 1847 in St George, Bloomsbury, London.

Thomas Hooper Whale

     Thomas Hooper Whale married Mary Ruby, daughter of John Ruby and Elizabeth Crowle, on 16 April 1868 in Altarnun, Cornwall.

Jane Whalisborow

     Jane Whalisborow married Thomas Carminow, son of Roger Carminow and Catherine Shirley. Jane Whalisborow was the daughter of Unknown Whalisborow.
In a fine of 10 May 1321, Joan, wife of William de Walesbreu was called a sibling of Oliver de Carminow.
In another fine of 13 Oct 1333 she is called Joan, who was the wife of William de Walesbreu (ibid., no. 528). As Joan, relict of William de Whalesbreu, she presented to St. Mawnan-in-Kerrier 23 Feb 1347 and 6 Nov 1348, but apparently died soon after when Sir John de Whalesbreu made the next presentation on 6 Aug 1349 (Reg. of Bishop Grandisson, p. 1365, 1368, 1406).

Unknown Whalisborow

Child of Unknown Whalisborow

Lydia Whalley

     Lydia Whalley married Richard Frankland, son of Richard Frankland and (?) Unknown (Frankland).

Violet Harrie Whapham

(December 1909 - 10 September 1987)
     Violet Harrie Whapham's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1909 in London, England.
The marriage of Violet Harrie Whapham and Ronald Evelyn Gordon Gray, son of Archdeacon John Henry Gray and Julia Cox, was registered in Southend on Sea RD, Essex, in the December 1947 quarter. There was no issue by this second marriage. Violet was also a medical doctor who practiced in Bedford. After her marriage to REGG she worked part time in the same practice as REGG had prior to his retirement.
     Violet died of cancer on 10 September 1987 in Hindhead, Surrey, aged 77. She was buried in St Luke's, Bramshott, Hampshire.

Annie Wharton

( - 3 October 1965)
     Annie Wharton was born in Sherringham, Norfolk.
Annie Wharton married John Weldon Bowker, son of Francis Bowker and Margaret Ellen Peed, in 1922 in Cambridgeshire.
     Annie died on 3 October 1965 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.

Children of Annie Wharton and John Weldon Bowker

Jane Wharton

     Jane Wharton married Robert Banks, son of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton, on 26 January 1709 in Everton, Nottinghamshire.
Deed to lead the uses of a recovery (lease and release) 9-10 Oct 1716: Christopher Dempster of Bawtry, gentleman, and Ann, his wife, Robert Banks of the same, gentleman, and Jane, his wife, and Roger Perkins of Doncaster, apothecary, and Judith, his wife, to John Launder of the Middle Temple, gentleman, (Thomas Lister of Bawtry, esquire, also being a party). Thornhill or Lane End Closes at Bawtry Lane End in Austerfield. So that a recovery may be levied of which the uses are to be that the property is to be to the use of Thomas Lister.
Conveyance (release only) - 12 Nov 1716: Christopher Dempster of Bawtry, gentleman, and Ann, his wife, Robert Banks of the same, gentleman, and Jane, his wife, and Roger Perkins of Doncaster, apothecary, and Judith, his wife, (Ann, Jane and Judith being the 3 daughters and only issue of Michael Warton late of Bawtry, gentleman, deceased, by Jane, his second wife) to Thomas Lister of Bawtry, esquire. Thornhill or Lane End Closes at Bawtry Lane End in Austerfield. For £240.

Child of Jane Wharton and Robert Banks

(?) Wheeler

     (?) Wheeler married Dorothy Catherine Bullett, daughter of Herbert William Bullett and Emma Bird, in 1927 in Yorkshire, England. He remarried 13 years later and had a son John.

Doris May Wheeler

(12 November 1896 - 28 January 1969)
     Doris May Wheeler was born on 12 November 1896 in Ballarat, Victoria. Daughter of Robert Walter Bew Wheeler and Eliza Brown, both of Ballarat.
Doris May Wheeler married Colin Bodman MacKenzie, son of James MacKenzie and Emily Alice Bodman, on 15 June 1927 in St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Victoria.
     Doris died on 28 January 1969 in Prince Henry's Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, aged 72. She was buried in Brighton General Cemetery, Brighton, Victoria.

Children of Doris May Wheeler and Colin Bodman MacKenzie

Francis Massey Wheeler

(1776 - 1820)
     Francis Massey Wheeler was born in 1776 in Lizard Connell, Cornwall.
Francis Massey Wheeler married Anna Doyle, daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle, circa 1799. He was heir to an estate at Ballywire, Limerick.
     Francis died in 1820. They had been estranged since 1812.

Children of Francis Massey Wheeler and Anna Doyle

Henrietta Wheeler

     Henrietta Wheeler was the daughter of Francis Massey Wheeler and Anna Doyle.

Rosina Doyle Wheeler

(2 November 1802 - 12 March 1882)
     Rosina Doyle Wheeler was born on 2 November 1802 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Francis Massey Wheeler and Anna Doyle.
Rosina Doyle Wheeler married Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer Lytton 1st Baron on 29 August 1827. They had two children, Lady Emily Elizabeth Bulwer-Lytton (1828–1848), and (Edward) Robert Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton (1831–1891) who became Viceroy of British India (1876–1880).
They formally separated in 1836 and her children were taken from her in 1839. In June 1858, when her husband was standing as parliamentary candidate for Hertfordshire, she appeared at the hustings and indignantly denounced him. She was consequently placed under restraint as insane, but liberated a few weeks later following a public outcry. This was chronicled in her book A Blighted Life.[8][9] For years she continued her attacks upon her husband's character; she would outlive him by nine years.
     Rosina died on 12 March 1882 in Surrey, England, aged 79. She was buried at Shirley, Croydon as Lady Rosinia Doyle Bulwer-Lytton, Surrey. She was a novelist and outspoken public speaker. Her son Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton, Viceroy of India from 1876 to 1880, and two of her great grandsons became the second and third Earls of Lytton. One of Wheeler's great-granddaughters was the sister-in-law of the Prime Minister Gerald Balfour, while another, Lady Constance Lytton, followed Anna's role model and became a leading suffragette protester, hunger striker and writer, and a third, Lady Emily Bulwer-Lytton, dismayed her parents by successfully proposing to the architect Edwin Landseer Lutyens and later became a Theosophist. The biographers Mary Lutyens and Jane Ridley (born 1953) are descendants of that marriage.
Billion graves has the note: Rosina Doyle Wheeler was the daughter of Francis Massy Wheeler and Anne Doyle. She married Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton of Knebworth, son of General William Earle Bulwer and Elizabeth Barbara Warburton-Lytton, on 29 August 1827. She and Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton of Knebworth were separated in 1836. She died on 12 March 1882. From 29 August 1827, her married name became Bulwer. She wrote the book Chevely, or the Man of Honour, published 1839.From 20 February 1844, her married name became Bulwer-Lytton. She was certified insane but set at liberty in July 1859. After her marriage, Rosina Doyle Wheeler was styled as Lady Lytton of Knebworth on 14 July 1866..

Clarice Jewell Wheelhouse

(7 April 1921 - 20 December 1991)
     Clarice Jewell Wheelhouse was commonly known as Claire. She was born on 7 April 1921.
Clarice Jewell Wheelhouse married an unknown person .
     Clarice Jewell Wheelhouse married Donald MacKenzie as his second wife, on 10 September 1952 in Melbourne.
     Clarice died on 20 December 1991 in Victoria, Australia, aged 70. She was buried on 24 December 1991 in Warrandyte, Victoria.

Child of Clarice Jewell Wheelhouse and Donald MacKenzie

Honor Whelan

( - after 1852)
     Honor Whelan was born in Tipperary, Ireland.
Honor Whelan married John Colbert (of Modreeny) on 3 March 1829 in Modreeny, Tipperary, Ireland. Honor was present at John Colbert's christening on 3 July 1831 in Church of Ireland, Modreeny, Tipperary, Ireland.
     Honor died after 1852 in Modreeny, TIP, IRL.

Child of Honor Whelan and John Colbert (of Modreeny)

Jony?? Whelan

     Jony?? Whelan married John Colbert before 1838.

Child of Jony?? Whelan and John Colbert

Gladys Martha Jeannie Wheldon

     Gladys Martha Jeannie Wheldon married Lt Col Paul Tempest Lambert Thompson, son of Edward Neave Thompson and Tempest Isabella Lambert, on 24 June 1914 in Rangoon, Burma. She was the daughter of Claud Augustus Wheldon..

Frederick Wherry

     The marriage of Frederick Wherry and Alice Maud M Ruby, daughter of John Henry Ruby and Ann Churchward, was registered in Plymouth, Devon, in the September 1891 quarter.

Janet Whetstone

( - 22 April 1754)
     Henry Lascelles married Janet Whetstone as his second wife, in 1731. She was the daughter of John Whetstone, of Barbados, West Indies.
     Janet died on 22 April 1754.

Sir Francis Whichcote

(circa 1692 - 13 October 1729)
     Sir Francis Whichcote was born circa 1692 in Aswarby, Lincolnshire, England. He was the only sirviving son of Si rPaul Whichcote, 2nd Bart.
     Sir Francis Whichcote and Mary Banks obtained a marriage licence on 1 May 1719.
     Francis was buried on 13 October 1729 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire.

Sarah Whinfrey

(circa 1811 - )
     Sarah Whinfrey was born circa 1811.
Sarah Whinfrey married John Rich circa 17 September 1832 in Tickhill, Yorkshire.
     Sarah Whinfrey and John Rich were recorded on the 1851 census in Conisburgh, Yorkshire. John Rich, 32, buck? maker, born Warmsworth, Yks & wife Sarah, 41 born Bonsall, Derbyshire with a visitor George Heeson, born Lincoln city, joiner & carpenter, aged40.

Frances Whitaker

     Frances Whitaker married George Grimwood, son of Daniel Grimwood and Sarah Parker, on 1 January 1776 in Nettlestead, Suffolk.

Mary Whitaker

(circa 1695? - before 15 November 1739)
     Mary Whitaker was born circa 1695? In Lincolnshire, England.
Mary Whitaker married Humphrey Popplewell, son of John Popplewell and Christian Popplewell, on 8 September 1717 in Muckton, Lincolnshire, England. Mr Humphrey Poplewell of Belton & Mrs Mary Whitaker of Epworth.
     Mary died before 15 November 1739 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 15 November 1739 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Mary, wife of Humphry Poplwell, gent.

Children of Mary Whitaker and Humphrey Popplewell

Spier Whitaker

     Spier Whitaker married Fannie De Berniere Hooper, daughter of John De Berniere Hooper and Mary Elizabeth Hooper.

Eliza Whitbread

(circa 1807 - )
     Eliza Whitbread was born circa 1807 in Ramsden Heath, Chelmsford, Essex.
Eliza Whitbread married William John Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew and Martha Smith, on 30 September 1827 in St James, Clerkenwell, London.
     Eliza Whitbread and William John Mackglew were recorded on the 1841 census in 7 Queens Head Walk, Shoreditch, London. William Mackglew, 34, painter, not born in the county; Eliza, 34, Sarah 12, not born in the county; Elizabeth 10, Frederick 8, Louisa 6, Alfred 3 & Josiah 1, all born in the county.
     Eliza Whitbread and William John Mackglew were recorded on the 1851 census in 41 Ely Place, St Leonard Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex. William Jno McGlew, head 46, painter, born Greenwich, Kent, Eliza his wife aged 44, born Essex, Chelsmford, Frederick son 17, Louisa daughter 15, Alfred son, 13 , Josiah son 11, Martha 9, Eliza 6, all born at Shoreditch.
     Eliza Whitbread and William John Mackglew were recorded on the 1861 census in Shoreditch, Middlesex. William McGlew, head 54, painter & paper hanger, born Kent, Rd, Eliza his wife aged 54, born Ramsden Heath, Essex, Eliza daughter 16, born Shoreditch.

Children of Eliza Whitbread and William John Mackglew

Mary Whitchcote

( - 22 April 1681)
     Mary Whitchcote was born in Harpswell, Lincolnshire, England.
Mary Whitchcote married Sir Edward Rodes, son of Sir Godfrey Rodes and Ann Lewknor, in May 1629. Wikipedia states: Edward Rodes married Mary (or Margaret), the daughter of Sir Hammond Whichcote and Millicent Markham in 1629. They had a number of children, but only one son, William married and had children. William had two sons Godfrey (d. unmarried 1709) and William Rodes, esq. of Great Houghton, the last male heir of this branch of the family, who died unmarried in 1740, leaving his two sisters, his co-heirs. Mary was present at William Rodes's christening on 11 July 1639 in Gt Houghton, Darfield, Yorkshire.
     Mary died on 22 April 1681 in Darfield, Yorkshire, England.

Children of Mary Whitchcote and Sir Edward Rodes

Linda Florence White (Carden)

(16 February 1913 - )
     Linda Florence White (Carden) was born on 16 February 1913 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Arthur Francis White and Linda Victoria Roberts.

Doris Louvain White (Turner)

(20 August 1914 - )
     Doris Louvain White (Turner) was born on 20 August 1914 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Arthur Francis White and Linda Victoria Roberts.