Angel Archdall (Richardson)

(15 September 1765 - 1817)
     Angel Archdall (Richardson) was born on 15 September 1765 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson.
Angel Archdall (Richardson) married John Richardson.
     Angel died in 1817.

Child of Angel Archdall (Richardson) and John Richardson

Eight others Archdall

(circa 1770 - )
     Eight others Archdall was born circa 1770 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson.

Martha Caroline Archdall

(March 1767 - 1784)
     Martha Caroline Archdall was born in March 1767 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson. Martha Caroline Archdall was christened on 20 April 1767 in St Peter, Dublin.
     Martha died in 1784.

Mervyn Archdall

(22 April 1723 - 18 June 1813)
     Mervyn Archdall was born on 22 April 1723 in Fermanagh, Ireland. Wikipedia states (2012): Mervyn Archdall (1723–1791) was an Irish antiquary and clergyman of the Church of Ireland. He was descended from John Archdale, of Abbotts Hall, Darsham, in Suffolk, who settled at Castle Archdale, co. Fermanagh as an Undertaker in the Plantation of Ulster[1]. He was born in Dublin 22 April 1723. After graduating from Trinity College, Dublin, his antiquarian tastes introduced him to the acquaintance of Walter Harris, Charles Smith the topographer, Thomas Prior, and Richard Pococke, archdeacon of Dublin. When Pococke became bishop of Ossory, he appointed Archdall his domestic chaplain, bestowed on him the living of Attanagh (partly in Queen's County and partly in co. Kilkenny), and the prebend of Cloneamery in the cathedral church of Ossory (1762), which he afterwards exchanged (1764) for the prebend of Mayne in the same cathedral. Archdall was also chaplain to Francis Pierpoint, Lord Conyngham, and a member of the Royal Irish Academy. Having married his only daughter to a clergyman, he resigned part of his preferments in the diocese of Ossory to his son-in-law, and obtained the rectory of Slane in the diocese of Meath, where he died, 6 August 1791.
His major work is Monasticum Hibernicum ; or an History of the Abbies, Priories, and other Religious Houses in Ireland. (Dublin, 1786). Mistakes in it are rectified in John Lanigan's Ecclesiastical History of Ireland. Considerable portions of the work appear to have been contributed by Edward Ledwich. The publication of a new edition, with notes by Patrick F. Moran and other antiquaries began in parts, at Dublin in 1871.
He also produced an edition of John Lodge's Peerage of Ireland, 'revised, enlarged, and continued to the present time,' (7 vols. 1789). He was the son of Nicholas Montgomery and Angel Archdall.      
Mervyn Archdall was Governer of Fermanagh in 1756. An unknown person was a Member of Parliament, from 1761 to 1800.
Mervyn Archdall married Mary Dawson in 1762. Mervyn Archdall was High Sheriff of Fermanagh in 1773.
     Mervyn died on 18 June 1813 in Castle Archdale, Fermanagh, aged 90. Other sources state 6 August 1791.

Children of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson

Mervyn Archdall

(24 May 1763 - )
     Mervyn Archdall was christened on 24 May 1763 in St Peter, Dublin. He was baptised as the son of Mervyn & Elizabeth!. He was the son of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson.
Mervyn Archdall married Abigail Young on 25 November 1782 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland.

son Archdall

(17 February 1768 - )
     Son Archdall was born on 17 February 1768 in Kildare St, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Mervyn Archdall and Mary Dawson.

William Archdall

     William Archdall William Archdall was HighSheriff of Fermanagh in 1667 and was grandsnof John Archdale, original patentee of the Manor of Tullanagh (Caslte Archdale). in 1667.

Child of William Archdall

Constance Archdeacon

     Constance Archdeacon married Richard Godolphin, son of John Godolphin and Margery Trevanger or Trevanyon?. Constance Archdeacon was the daughter of Otes Archdeacon.

Child of Constance Archdeacon and Richard Godolphin

Otes Archdeacon

Child of Otes Archdeacon

Alan Wayne Archer

(1916 - 2001)
     Alan Wayne Archer was born in 1916 in South Australia.
Alan Wayne Archer married Mary Constance Dempster, daughter of William Robert Dempster and Vera Annie Bullock. Alan was a wine-merchant in Adelaide, South Australia.
     Alan died in 2001 in South Australia.

Unknown Archer

     Unknown died in New South Wales.
Unknown Archer married Ann Colbert, daughter of Thomas Colbert and Elizabeth Unknown.
     Unknown resided at Goulburn St, Sydney, New South Wales, 1855.

Jueta de Arches

     Jueta de Arches married Adam Brus, son of Adam de Brus and Agnes Aumale, circa 1170. Adam de Brus II was married to Ivetta, daughter of William de Arches, Lord of Thorpe Arches near Wetherby. They had five sons, Peter, Roger, Richard, Simon and Hugh and a daughter Isabel.
Leo van der Pas calles her Joanna de Meschines.

Children of Jueta de Arches and Adam Brus

Ann Ardington

     Ann Ardington was also known as Arthington? in records.
Ann Ardington married John Ryther on 10 July 1563 in Snaith, Yorkshire.

Catherine Elizabeth Arens

(23 June 2000 - )
     Catherine Elizabeth Arens was born on 23 June 2000 in Adelaide, South Australia.

Richard de Argentein

( - 9 January 1247)
     Richard de Argentein was also known as Argentem in records.
Richard de Argentein married Cassandra De Lisle, daughter of Robert de Lisle, in 1203/4. She brought Newmarket & Exning as a marriage portion.
     Richard died on 9 January 1247.

Ellen Argyle

     Ellen Argyle married Joseph Kirk, son of George Kirk and Martha Wing, on 24 September 1853 in St Peter's Eastern Hill, Melbourne, Victoria.

Child of Ellen Argyle and Joseph Kirk

Mary van Arkel

(before 1390 - 18 July 1415)
     Mary van Arkel was also known as Maria in records. She was born before 1390 in France?. See Leo van de Pas website for further information:
Mary van Arkel married John II d'Egmond, son of Arnold d'Egmond and Yolantha von Leiningen, on 24 June 1409.
     Mary died on 18 July 1415.

Child of Mary van Arkel and John II d'Egmond

John Arlote

     John Arlote married Isabel Sykeston. John Arlote was born in Sussex, England.

Child of John Arlote and Isabel Sykeston

Olive Arlote

(circa 1470 - )
     Olive Arlote was born circa 1470. She was the daughter of John Arlote and Isabel Sykeston.
Olive Arlote married John Bartelott before 1493 in Sussex. Comber states that she had issue by Bartelott. Olive Arlote was widowed on 20 November 1493 on the death of her husband John Bartelott.
Olive Arlote married James Homewood as her second husband, after December 1493 in Sussex. She was the relict of John Bartelott of Stopham who died 20 November 1493. Olive Arlote was an executor of James Homewood's estate on 21 February 1509/10 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Olive Arlote was mentioned in a deed dated 1517.

Child of Olive Arlote and James Homewood

Alice de Armenters

( - after 1290)
     Alice de Armenters was the daughter of Henry de Armenters.
Alice de Armenters married Gerard de Lisle, son of Robert de Lisle and Alice FitzGerald, circa 1271.
Warin de Insula, knight, and Alice widow of Gerard de Insula. 11 July 18 Edw. I - Warin has granted to Alice the custody of Warin, son and heir of Gerard de Insula, her late husband, with the lands and holdings which were of Gerard when he died in the vills of Kyngeston and Mundeford, until the full age of Warin; for 310 marks paid to him and to Walter de Langeton, king's clerk, viz. to him 60 marks at the feast of St. Peter in chains next coming [1 Aug.], and to Walter 100 marks at the feast of All Saints next coming [1 Nov.], and at Easter 50 marks to Walter, and at Michaelmas 50 marks to Walter, and at Michaelmas 20 Edw. I [1292] 50 marks to him
     Alice died after 1290. She was mentioned at the Inquisition Post Mortem held on 10 February 1327/28 on the death of Warin de Lisle. He died seized of the manors of Bouden, Kingston and Fanflore in Berkshire, Mundiford in Norfolk, and Kistingbury in Northamptonshire, leaving Gerard, his son aged 23, and Alice his wife, sister & heir of Henry, Baron Teyes surviving. Edw III, v.7.

Child of Alice de Armenters and Gerard de Lisle

Henry de Armenters

      He was of Stowe, Northampton..

Child of Henry de Armenters

Ann Armitage

(before 1590? - )
     Ann Armitage was born before 1590?.
Ann Armitage married Francis Popplewell, son of Alban Popplewell and Frances West, on 18 July 1629 in Crowle, Lincolnshire.

Ann Armstead

     Ann Armstead married Francis Banks (of Feizer), son of James Banks (of Feizer) and Isabel or Elizabeth Swainson, on 8 December 1603 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Ann Armstead and Francis Banks (of Feizer)

Christopher Armstead

     Christopher Armstead married Margaret Banks on 18 June 1586 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Christopher Armstead

     Christopher Armstead married Agnes Banks on 15 December 1598 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Jane Armstead

     Jane Armstead married Henry Banks (of Settle), son of James Banks (of Feizer) and Isabel or Elizabeth Swainson, on 23 April 1618 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Jane was present at Margaret Banks's christening on 31 May 1620 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Jane was present at Elizabeth Banks's christening on 16 December 1621 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Jane was present at Thomas Banks's christening on 9 January 1626/27 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Jane was present at Elizabeth Banks's christening on 6 July 1634 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Jane Armstead and Henry Banks (of Settle)

Jane Armstead

     Jane Armstead married Thomas Banks, son of William Banks (of Settle) and Margaret Unknown (Banks), on 29 August 1633 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Jane Armstead and Thomas Banks

Alexander Armstrong

     Alexander Armstrong was born in Ireland. He was the second son of Colonel Robert Armstrong.
Alexander Armstrong married Grissel Armstrong, daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason). They had issue.

Alicia Armstrong

     Alicia Armstrong was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot.

Ally Armstrong

     Ally Armstrong was the child of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Holmes.