Margaret Williams

(circa 1867 - 1907)
     Margaret Williams was born circa 1867.
Margaret Williams married James Henry Ruby, son of William Henry John Ruby and Ruth Maria Trafford, in 1896 in Victoria.
     Margaret died in 1907 in Dunolly, Victoria. She was buried in Maryborough, Victoria.

Children of Margaret Williams and James Henry Ruby

Martha Emilia Williams

(19 June 1842 - 3 March 1928)
     Martha Emilia Williams was commonly known as Emily. She was born on 19 June 1842 in Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Michael & Martha Williams. Gertrude Williams (wife of Samuel Handy of Springfield House, Kings co.) was her sister and born 8 Jan 1848. She was the daughter of Michael Williams and Martha Unknown (Williams).
Martha Emilia Williams married Samuel Wesley Handy, son of Thomas Wade Handy and Elizabeth Knott, on 24 October 1867 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. Samuel Wesley Handy, of full age, bachelor, esquire of Springfield House, Phillipstown, son of Thomas Handy, esquire to Martha Emilia/Emilie Williams, of full age, spinster, of 29 Leeson St (or 2 Gt Leeson St?), daughter of Michael Williams, esquire, by licence. Both signed in the presence of Ralph R Handy & E...
Documents relating to the estate of her sister Gertrude F Handy, mention their marriage settlement dated Oct 23 1867 and William Orme Handy seems to be connected.
     Martha Emilia Williams was mentioned in a deed dated 16 December 1875. In deed 1875 54 260 of 16 Dec 1875, William Philip North of Drumcondra Terrace, Dublin, conveys to Adam Richard Williams of Charlotte St Dublin, Samuel Westley Handy of Springfield House Philipstown and Emily Handy otherwise Emily Williams his wife, Edward Percy Stokes of Barrow-in-Furness in England and Maria Ellen Stokes otherwise Maria Ellen Williams his wife, and Gertrude Frances Handy otherwise Gertrude Frances Williams of Springfield, his one eighth share of 10 Castle St, Parish of Saint Werburgh, Dublin, in the same proportions as they already held the other seven eighth shares (CN email 21 Jun 2010) .
     Martha Emilia Williams and Samuel Wesley Handy were mentioned in a deed dated 1880. Copy indenture of 1880 between 1) Samuel Wesley Handy of Springfield House, Kings co. Esq 2) Richard Walsh of Dublin, Esq. JP 3) Gertrude Frances Handy, widow; whereas by indenture dated 23 October 1867 between Samuel Westley Handy of Springfield & Emily Williams, spinster, of the second part & William Orme Handy and Henry Williams Esq of the third part being the settlement executed in contemplation and the marriage then intended and afterwards had between Samuel Wesley Handy & Emily Williams.
     Martha Emilia Williams was mentioned in the will of Alexander Kingston Handy dated 7 June 1883.
     Martha Emilia Williams and Samuel Wesley Handy were recorded on the 1901 census in Ballyhugh or Springfield, Ballynakill, Phillipstown, Offaly. Handy, Samuel W, 68, head, Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born King's Co Country, Gentleman, J P for Kings Co, Read and write; his wife Emily, 58, Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born Co Kildare, Gentlewoman, Read and write; daughter Handy Elizabeth R 19, Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born Kings Co, Gentlewoman, Read and write, Not Married; Handy, Emily E H, 17, Daughter, Episcopalian Church of Ireland, born King's Co, Gentlewoman, Read and write - Not Married; Owens, Margret 30 Female Servant Roman Catholic Church born Kings Co Domestic General Servant, Read and write - Not Married.
     Emily Williams and Samuel Wesley Handy were recorded on the 1911 census in Springfield or Ballyhugh townland, Esker, Ballynakill parish, Offaly. Samuel Wesley Handy, head, Church of Ireland, aged 78, farmer, born Kings County; his wife Emily 68, Church of Ireland, born Kildare, son Herbert Edward, Brethren, 33, farmer's son, Elizabeth Ruth, daughter, 29, Church of Ireland, all could read and write and were born in King's County; they had a domestic servant Kate Dunne , 20, RC living with them in a 7 roomed house.
     Martha died on 3 March 1928 in Springfield, Ballynakill, Edenderry RD, Offaly, Ireland, aged 85. Emily Handy, widow, aged 84, widow of Sanmuel handy, farmer, informant Herbert Handy, son, of Springfield, Mount Lucas. She was buried in Phillipstown or Daingean, Killaderry.

Children of Martha Emilia Williams and Samuel Wesley Handy

Mary Williams

     Mary Williams married Elisha Redgrave, son of Thomas Redgrave and Mary Whitnell, on 22 December 1850 in St Mark, Birmingham, Warwickshire.
     Mary Williams and Elisha Redgrave were recorded on the 1871 census in Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Elisha Redgrave, head, 40?, auctioneers accountant ... agent, born Crick, Northamptonshire, his wife Mary 39, born Berkhampstead??, children Alfred E, 19 auctioneer's clerk, George E 14, estate agency clerk, Agnes M, 15, Arthur J 14, Ann M 10, Fanny 8, Florence 6, Frederick 4, Mary A 2, all born Birmingham, with a servant Mary A Read.
     Mary Williams and Elisha Redgrave were recorded on the 1881 census in 100 Balsall Heath Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Elisha Redgrave, 52, auctioneer & estate agent, born Crick, with his wife Mary aged 49, born Birmingham, children Agnes M 25, Ann M 20, Fanny 18, Florence 16, Frederick 15, apprentice, Gertrude 9, Alfred 7 scholar, all born at Birmingham.
     Mary Williams and Elisha Redgrave were recorded on the 1891 census in 10 Hales St, Coventry, Warwickshire. Elisha Redgrave, head, married, 62, publican, born Crick, Northamptonshire; Mary his wife aged 59, Agnes Clarke, daughter, married, 35, Arthur J Redgrave, son 33, storekeeper? ..., Gertrude Redgrave, daughter, single, 19, all born in Birmingham, Agnes B Clark, grand daughter 7, born Philadelphia USA, Arthur T? Clarke, grand son, 1, born Poleworth, Warwickshire.

Children of Mary Williams and Elisha Redgrave

Mary Williams

     Mary Williams married William Richard Heatherly, son of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins, on 27 July 1806 in St Leonards, Shoreditch, London.

Child of Mary Williams and William Richard Heatherly

Michael Williams

( - 8 April 1856)
     Michael Williams married Martha Unknown (Williams).
     Michael died on 8 April 1856.

Children of Michael Williams and Martha Unknown (Williams)

Richard Williams

(circa 1865 - )
     Richard was a teacher. He was headmaster of Wattle Road State School. He was born circa 1865.
Richard Williams married Sarah Bland, daughter of Abraham Bland and Harriet Bullett, on 23 December 1891 in Victoria. WILLIAMS—BLAND.—The marriage of Miss Sarah Bland, second surviving daughter of Mr. A. Bland, "Aylesbury" Yarram Yarram, South Gippsland, with Mr. R. Williams, of Laen, was solenmised at the Wesleyan Church, Yarram Yarram, on Wednesday, December 23, at 12 o'clock, by the rev. A. E. White. The church was tastefully decorated for the occasion by the bride's friends with ferns and exquisite floral designs. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. A. Bland, and looked charming attired in an elegant gown of white pongee silk ....

Children of Richard Williams and Sarah Bland

Rosanna Williams (Morgan)

( - 1930)
     Rosanna Williams (Morgan) married Samuel Culbert in 1877 in Victoria, Australia.
     Rosanna died in 1930 in C'hame, Victoria.

Children of Rosanna Williams (Morgan) and Samuel Culbert

Ruby Rita Williams

(1909 - )
     Ruby Rita Williams was born in 1909 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Williams and Charlotte Jane Ruby.

Thomas Henry Williams

     Thomas Henry Williams married Charlotte Jane Ruby, daughter of John Crowle Ruby and Jane Couch, in 1907 in New Zealand.

Children of Thomas Henry Williams and Charlotte Jane Ruby

Unknown gr-parent of Grant Hay Williams

     Unknown gr-parent of Grant Hay Williams was born in New Zealand. Unknown gr-parent of Grant Hay Williams was the child of Charlotte Jane Ruby.

Ailsa Daphne Williamson

(1 February 1924 - 10 April 2004)
     Ailsa Daphne Williamson was born on 1 February 1924 in Townsville South, Queensland. She was the daughter of William Robert Williamson & Doris Eva Newton.
     Frederic George Turner Paul married Ailsa Daphne Williamson as his second wife, on 2 August 1948 in Brisbane, Queensland.
     Ailsa died on 10 April 2004 in Caboolture, Queensland, aged 80.

Ann Williamson

(before 1670 - )
     Ann Williamson was born before 1670 in Lincolnshire, England.
Ann Williamson married Thomas Ryther on 1 December 1683 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Children of Ann Williamson and Thomas Ryther

Emma Martin Williamson

(circa 1886 - 4 December 1922)
     Emma Martin Williamson was born circa 1886 in New York, USA.
Emma Martin Williamson married David L Mackay, son of David Mackay and Mary King, on 11 July 1916 in New York, Bronx, USA.
     Emma died on 4 December 1922 in New York, Bronx .

Child of Emma Martin Williamson and David L Mackay

J A Williamson

     J A Williamson married Florence Evelyn Evans, daughter of David Evans and Mary Jones. They resided at Camberwell, Victoria..

Mary Williamson

(circa 1600 - )
     Mary Williamson was also known as Mary Williamson in records. She was born circa 1600.
Mary Williamson married John Rich on 11 November 1628 in Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Mary Willinge

     Mary Willinge married Steven Ruby, son of Michael Ruby and Joan or Johan Unknown, on 31 July 1630 in Ermington, Devon.

Children of Mary Willinge and Steven Ruby

Charlotte Willingham

(before April 1823 - before 13 May 1898)
     Charlotte Willingham was born before April 1823 in Elmswell, Suffolk.
Charlotte Willingham married William Cocksedge, son of Francis Cocksedge and Sarah Lambert, in 1850 in Suffolk.
     Charlotte Willingham and William Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Badwell Ash. William Cocksedge, 50, ag. lab, born Pakenham, deaf; his wife Charlotte aged 37 born Elmswell, daughter Ellen aged 13/12 born Ashfield; son George aged 10, labourer, born Badwell Ash; daughters Louisa aged 9, Hannah aged 6, son John aged 3 all born at Badwell Ash.
     Charlotte Willingham and William Cocksedge were recorded on the 1881 census in High Street, Badwell Ash. William aged 76, ag. labourer, born Pakenham with his wife Charlotte aged 55 born Elmswell and unmarried son John aged 22.
     Charlotte died before 13 May 1898 in Badwell Ash, Suffolk. She was buried on 13 May 1898 in Badwell Ash.

Children of Charlotte Willingham and William Cocksedge

Charles Eric Willis

(17 May 1918 - )
     Charles Eric Willis was commonly known as Eric. He was born on 17 May 1918. He was the son of Alice (nee Bourke) and Charles Willis of Cooma.
Charles Eric Willis married Frances June Ruby, daughter of Albert Edward Ruby and Ivy Madeline Wood, on 24 January 1942 in Wesley Chapel, Sydney, New South Wales.

Elizabeth Willis

(12 January 1832 - 23 August 1901)
     Elizabeth Willis was born on 12 January 1832 in Sydney, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Thomas Willis & Catherine Trainer.
Elizabeth Willis married Thomas Zachariah Cocksedge, son of Zachariah Cocksedge and Ann Garraway, on 10 March 1849 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales. See details of their family compiled by Audrey Barnes.
     Elizabeth died on 23 August 1901 in Newtown, New South Wales, aged 69. She was buried in St Stephen's cemetery, Camperdown.

Children of Elizabeth Willis and Thomas Zachariah Cocksedge

John Willis

( - 1899)
     John Willis married Janet Wight, daughter of George Wight and Marion Jeffrey, in 1877 in Victoria. They had 14 children..
     John died in 1899 in Victoria.

Child of John Willis and Janet Wight

Margaret Isabel Willis

(1885 - )
     Margaret Isabel Willis was born in 1885 in Victoria. She was the daughter of John Willis and Janet Wight.
Margaret Isabel Willis married Charles Henry Morse in 1902 in Victoria.

Mary Willis

( - before 16 April 1706)
     Mary Willis was born in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Mary Willis married Thomas Seaton, son of William Seaton and Elizabeth Unknown (Seaton), on 25 March 1701 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. She was his third wife and left no issue.
     Mary died before 16 April 1706 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. She was buried on 16 April 1706 in Rushbrooke.

Frances Willoughby

(circa 1642 - )
     Frances Willoughby was born circa 1642.
     Frances Willoughby and Charles Killigrew obtained a marriage licence on 26 October 1672.
Frances Willoughby married Charles Killigrew after 26 October 1672 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

Children of Frances Willoughby and Charles Killigrew

Joan Willoughby

( - 17 August 1350)
     Joan Willoughby married Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus, son of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Lucy de Kyme. They had no issue.. Joan Willoughby was born. She was the daughter of Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby..
     Joan died on 17 August 1350 in Newminster, Northumberland, England. She was buried in Newminster, NBL, ENG.

Frederick George Wills

     Frederick George Wills married Daisy Eveleen Bullett, daughter of William Bullett and Alice Presland, in December 1914 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was of St Peter's Bedford.

James Wills

     James Wills married Helen de Berniere Hooper, daughter of John De Berniere Hooper and Mary Elizabeth Hooper, on 12 August 1867 in Wilson, North Carolina, USA. At St Timothy's church, Wilson, on 12 inst., James Wills to Miss Helen DeB. Hooper, daughter of J DeB. Hooper, of Wilson.

Mary Elizabeth Wills

(circa 1909 - 1966)
     Mary Elizabeth Wills was born circa 1909.
Mary Elizabeth Wills married James Boniman Mackay, son of Robert Mackay and Williamina Anne Boniman, in 1935 in Victoria.
     Mary died in 1966 in Springvale, Victoria.

William Wilmot

     The marriage of William Wilmot and Ann Maria Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell and Martha Green, was registered in Glanford Brigg RD, Lincolnshire, in the June 1882 quarter. They were living in Gainsborough in 1911..

Walter Francis Wilmshurst

(after 1908? - )
     Walter Francis Wilmshurst was born after 1908?.
Walter Francis Wilmshurst married Jean Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of John Henry Dunbar and Florence Beatrice Buckenham, in 1939 in Chatswood, New South Wales. They were divorced.

Elizabeth Lillian Wilson (Stevens)

(1857 - )
     Elizabeth Lillian Wilson (Stevens) was born in 1857.
Elizabeth Lillian Wilson (Stevens) married Edgar Osborne Ashby, son of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Bayley, on 26 July 1886 in Fisherton Anger, Wiltshire.