Elizabeth Cornish

(before 1740 - )
     Elizabeth Cornish was born before 1740 in Devon, England.
     Elizabeth Cornish married William Ruby as his third wife, on 26 January 1761 in Widecombe, Devon. Witnessed by Robert Pooke or Stooke. Elizabeth Cornish was widowed on 6 October 1769 in Widecombe, Devon, on the death of her husband William Ruby.
An Elizabeth Ruby married Robert Potter 15 May 1781 at Widecombe.

Children of Elizabeth Cornish and William Ruby

Ellen Cornish

(February 1851 - )
     Ellen Cornish was born in February 1851 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett. Ann, James, Harriett, Charles, Frederick, Eliza and Ellen were listed as the children of John Cornish in the 1851 census in Rougham.

Frederick Cornish

(circa 1847 - )
     Frederick Cornish was born circa 1847 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett. Ann, James, Harriett, Charles, Frederick, Eliza and Ellen were listed as the children of John Cornish in the 1851 census in Rougham.

George Cornish

(circa 1844 - )
     George Cornish was born circa 1844 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cornish and Sarah Bullett. Sarah, Thomas, George and Mary were listed as the children of George Cornish in the 1851 census in Tall Wood, Bradfield St George. George was listed as the son of George Cornish in the 1861 census in Nether Street, Rougham. George Cornish, 45, farmer; Sarah, wife, 45; George son, unmarried 18, ag. labourer; Mary Ann, daugher 16; Ann Bullett, mother in law, 86; Georgiana Cornish, niece, 23, unmarried; all born at Rougham.

George Cornish

(circa 1815 - before 1891)
     George Cornish was born circa 1815 in Rougham, Suffolk.
George Cornish married Sarah Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Ann Ward, on 8 April 1837 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. The children were not baptised at Bradfield St George.
     George Cornish appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bullett and Ann Ward in Free Wood, Bradfield St George.
     George Cornish and Sarah Bullett were recorded on the 1851 census in Tall Wood, Bradfield St George. George Cornish head, mar. 36 ag. lab. Born Rougham; Sarah wife 33, b. Rougham; Sarah daughter 13 scholar b. Bradfield, Thomas son 9 b. Bradfield; George son 7 Bradfield; Mary Ann daughter 5 b. Bradfield; Ann Bullett mother in law 77 pauper, widow of ag. lab. Born Rougham.
     George Cornish and Sarah Bullett were recorded on the 1861 census in Nether Street, Rougham. George Cornish, 45, farmer; Sarah, wife, 45; George son, unmarried 18, ag. labourer; Mary Ann, daugher 16; Ann Bullett, mother in law, 86; Georgiana Cornish, niece, 23, unmarried; all born at Rougham.
     George Cornish and Sarah Bullett were recorded on the 1871 census in Nether St, Rougham. George Cornish, 54, farmer of 18.5? acres, born Rougham, his wife Sarah, 52, born Rougham, William Plumb?, grandson, 5, born Rougham, Richard Horrex?, ditto, 5, born Bury St Edmunds.
     George Cornish were recorded on the 1881 census in Lawn? House Farm, Rougham. George Cornish, 64, farmer of 60 acres employing 1? boy, Harriett his wife, 52, children Henery (sic) 21, Alice 18, Arthur 20, Sarah 17, William 15, Kate 15, Eda 9, Emma Turner daughter, married, 34, all born at Rougham; Frank Turner gd son 7 months, born Seworth?, Jane Day, daughter, married 29, born Rougham, Ernest Day, gd son 1, born London, Mdx, Robert Cornish gd son 12, born Rougham, Catherine Hales, visitor, unmarried, 25, school mistress, born BSE.
     George died before 1891.

Children of George Cornish and Sarah Bullett

Georgina Cornish

(22 February 1835 - 24 July 1899)
     Georgina Cornish was also known as Georgiana in records. She was christened on 22 February 1835 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett.
     Georgina Cornish appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bullett and Ann Ward in Free Wood, Bradfield St George. Georgina Cornish was listed as the niece of George Cornish in the 1861 census in Nether Street, Rougham. George Cornish, 45, farmer; Sarah, wife, 45; George son, unmarried 18, ag. labourer; Mary Ann, daugher 16; Ann Bullett, mother in law, 86; Georgiana Cornish, niece, 23, unmarried; all born at Rougham.
Georgina Cornish married Robert Bullett, son of John Bullett and Elizabeth Stiff, before 22 June 1862 in Bury St Edmunds, St Mary.
     Georgina Cornish and Robert Bullett were recorded on the 1871 census in Paul St, Cavendish, Suffolk. Robert Bullett, head, 31, police officer born Rougham with his wife Georgina aged 31, daughter Ada G aged 8 scholar, born Rougham, daughter Clorine C aged 4 & daughter Ednor G, aged 3 months, both born at Cavendish.
     Georgina Cornish and Robert Bullett were recorded on the 1881 census in Laxfield, Suffolk. He was a police officer, born Rougham, aged 42. Also in the household were his wife Georgina, aged 40, born at Rougham, Ada G, his daughter aged 18, dressmaker, born Laxfield and Edna G, aged 10, scholar, born at Cavendish.
     Georgina Cornish and Robert Bullett were recorded on the 1891 census in Freckenham. Robert aged 53 & Georgina, his wife aged 52, both born at Rougham.
     Georgina died on 24 July 1899 in Rougham, Suffolk, aged 64. She was buried on 27 July 1899 in Rougham.

Children of Georgina Cornish and Robert Bullett

Harriett Cornish

(circa 1844 - )
     Harriett Cornish was born circa 1844 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett. Ann, James, Harriett, Charles, Frederick, Eliza and Ellen were listed as the children of John Cornish in the 1851 census in Rougham.

James Cornish

(circa 1841 - )
     James Cornish was born circa 1841 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett. Ann, James, Harriett, Charles, Frederick, Eliza and Ellen were listed as the children of John Cornish in the 1851 census in Rougham.

John Cornish

(circa 1812 - )
     John Cornish was born circa 1812 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     John Cornish was also reported as having married Harriet Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Ann Ward, on 27 September 1834 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.
     John Cornish and Harriet Bullett obtained a marriage licence on 1 October 1834 in Sudbury, Suffolk. Jn Cornish, of Rougham, s.m. & Harriott Bullett, of Bradfield St George, at same.
John Cornish married Harriet Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Ann Ward, on 16 October 1834 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     John Cornish and Harriet Bullett were recorded on the 1851 census in Rougham. John Cornish, 39, farm labourer, his wife Harriet, 38, children Ann 12, James 10, Harriet 7, Charles 5, Frederick 4, Eliza 2, Ellen 1 month?, all born at Rougham.

Children of John Cornish and Harriet Bullett

Mary Cornish

     Mary Cornish married Henry Ruby on 25 April 1574 in Lanteglos by Camelford, Cornwall.

Mary Ann Cornish

(circa 1845 - )
     Mary Ann Cornish was born circa 1845 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of George Cornish and Sarah Bullett. Sarah, Thomas, George and Mary were listed as the children of George Cornish in the 1851 census in Tall Wood, Bradfield St George. Mary was listed as the daughter of George Cornish in the 1861 census in Nether Street, Rougham. George Cornish, 45, farmer; Sarah, wife, 45; George son, unmarried 18, ag. labourer; Mary Ann, daugher 16; Ann Bullett, mother in law, 86; Georgiana Cornish, niece, 23, unmarried; all born at Rougham.

Sarah Cornish

(circa 1837 - )
     Sarah Cornish was born circa 1837 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was aged 4 in 1841 census, 13 in 1851. She was the daughter of George Cornish and Sarah Bullett.
     Sarah Cornish appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bullett and Ann Ward in Free Wood, Bradfield St George. Sarah, Thomas, George and Mary were listed as the children of George Cornish in the 1851 census in Tall Wood, Bradfield St George.

Thomas Cornish

(circa 1841 - )
     Thomas Cornish was born circa 1841 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cornish and Sarah Bullett. Sarah, Thomas, George and Mary were listed as the children of George Cornish in the 1851 census in Tall Wood, Bradfield St George.

Ivan Reford Corr

(circa 1885 - 1971)
     Ivan Reford Corr was born circa 1885. He was the son of John R & Isabella J Corr..
Ivan Reford Corr married Vera Wright Gibson, daughter of Robert Wright Gibson and Edith Harriet Bland, on 29 September 1915 in Perth, Western Australia. CORR—GIBSON.—On September 29, at St. Mary's Church, Colin-street, by the Rev. Canon Groser, Ivan Reford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Reford Corr, Perth, to Vera, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Wright Gibson, Perth. At home October 20 and 21 at 51 Ord-street.
Possible children are Ivo R born 1917 at Perth, John M, born 1921 at Fremantle. There are possibly 2 others born at Plantagenet..
     Ivan died in 1971 in Perth, Western Australia.

Mariam Cosgrove

     Mariam Cosgrove married James Colbert before 1904.

Child of Mariam Cosgrove and James Colbert

Dorothy Cosin

(circa 1570 - 13 January 1594/95)
     Dorothy Cosin was born circa 1570 in Suffolk.
Dorothy Cosin married Rev William Noble, son of William Noble and Joan Unknown (Noble), on 21 December 1592 in Cavenham, Suffolk.
     Dorothy was buried on 13 January 1594/95 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.

Children of Dorothy Cosin and Rev William Noble

Charles Costello

(say 1680 - before 1743)
      A Charles & two of his brothers went into business in Dublin. In 1743 he was joint grantor of a deed with Jordan Costello & his mother Mary Costelloe alias Doyle. This Charles is the wrong age!
The Convert rolls list: (1) Charles Costello of Dublin, certificate. 16 May 1753, enrolled 17 May 1753 (A), parish of St Bridget, conformity 16 May 1753 (B) Costello, Mr Charles (D). (2) Charles Costelloe, certificate. 21 April 1784, enrolled 30 April 1784.. Charles Costello was born say 1680 in Ireland. He was the son of Edmond Costello and Unknown Dowell.
Charles Costello married Mary French.
     Charles died before 1743 in Ireland.

Child of Charles Costello and Mary French

Charles Costello

(say 1680 - before 16 February 1738)
     Charles Costello was born say 1680 in Mayo, Ireland. He was the son of William Costello and Margaret Costello.
Charles Costello married Giles Farrell.
     Charles died before 16 February 1738 in Tobrackan or Toobracken, Kilcolman, Mayo, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 16 February 1737/38 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Child of Charles Costello and Giles Farrell

Charles Costello

(6 September 1750 - before 28 April 1823)
     Charles Costello married Mary King. Charles Costello was born on 6 September 1750. He was the son of Edmund Costello and Hon Mary Margaret Bermingham.
     Charles died before 28 April 1823.

Child of Charles Costello and Mary King

Charles Costello

( - 17 June 1832)
     Charles Costello was the son of Charles Costello and Mary King.
Charles Costello married secondly Dorcas Maria Daniel on 27 February 1827 in St George, Dublin, Ireland.
     Charles died on 17 June 1832.

Edmond Costello

(before 1640 - )
      The greater part of his property was confiscated by Oliver Cromwell in consequence of his attachment to the cause of the Stuarts & three of the younger sons being thus deprived of their inheritance & unable to be in Army or Navy because of their Roman Catholicism went into business in Dublin. Edmond Costello was born before 1640 in Mayo, Ireland. He was the son of Jordan (Boy) Costello.
Edmond Costello married Unknown Dowell before 1680.
     Edmond Costello was party to a land transaction on 24 September 1743 in Clondettying, Mayo, Ireland. Indenture of lease & release dated 24 & 26 September 1743 between Jordan Costello of Clondettying, barony of Costello, co. Mayo, Gent & Mary Costello otherwise Doyle, widow & mother of the said Jordan Costello on the one part & Edmond Costello of the city of Dublin esq.... for £400 did sell, etc. unto Edmond Costello all the lands of Cahir and Derrygay.
     Edmond died in Ireland.

Edmund Costello

(say 1700 - December 1769)
      He was of Edmondstown,co.Mayo and Dublin. Counsellor at Law. Edmund Costello was born say 1700 in Ireland. He was the son of Charles Costello and Giles Farrell. Edmund was a barrister at law in 1727, Dublin, Ireland.
Edmund Costello married Hon Mary Margaret Bermingham in 1748. She married secondly John Metge, MP for the barony of Rathoath.
     Edmund resided at Tallaghane, Mayo.
     Edmund died in December 1769 in Dublin.
     His will was proved in 1770 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Child of Edmund Costello and Hon Mary Margaret Bermingham

Edmund Costello

(8 August 1750 - )
     Edmund Costello was christened on 8 August 1750 in St Catherine, Dublin. Edmund Costelaugh, son of Jordon & Mary, sponsors Thomas Boyle and Mary Ann Drue.. He was the son of Jordan Costello and Mary Guy Dickens.

Ellis Costello

     Ellis Costello was the son of Edmund Costello.

Esther Costello

(18 October 1751 - 10 March 1836)
     Esther Costello was christened on 18 October 1751 in St Catherine, Dublin. Her death notice claimed that she was 81 on the day of her death, but is incorrect. She was the daughter of Jordan Costello and Mary Guy Dickens.
Esther Costello married Joseph Murch on 10 March 1796 in St Pancras church, London. Esther Castello married Joseph Murch, Both of this parish and single. Both signed and the witnesses were Thomas Sowerby, Mary Ann Hunn and Charles Reddish. She signed Costello. He was a bookseller.
     Esther died on 10 March 1836 in Cullompton, Devon, aged 84. At Cullompton, on Thursday the 10th inst. Mrs Murch wife of Mr Murch, of that place, and aunt to the late justly celebrated Right Hon George Canning. Mrs Murch attained her 81st year on the day she died, and also on the anniversary of her marriage. There is a singular coincidence herein with that of her late sister Mrs Hunn, Mr Canning's mother, who also died on the day in which she attained her 81st year..

Gasper Costello

     Gasper died in Dublin, Ireland. Gasper was in business, in Dublin. He was the son of Edmond Costello and Unknown Dowell. Gasper Costello was born in Ireland.

Henry Costello

(14 November 1748 - )
     Henry Costello was christened on 14 November 1748 in St Catherine, Dublin. Henry Costalla, son of Jordan Costella & Mary.. He was the son of Jordan Costello and Mary Guy Dickens.

Jordan Costello

(before 1700 - )
      Dr Julian Crowe records that Jordan Costello gambled away 2 fortunes in the course of his married life. Of their 11 eleven children only 2 survived. He also mentions that he went back as an uppaid steward on a cousin's property in Mayo. He died or returned to Ireland after 1782.. Jordan Costello was born before 1700 in Mayo, Ireland. He was the son of Charles Costello and Mary French.
Brian de Breffny wrote: He held lands in Lishmagansey, Derryclagh, Derrygary, Derrywinna & Cahir all in parish of Aghamore, barony of Costello.
     "He first appears as a grantor in the Registry of Deeds in 1720, when jointly with one Edmund Costello, he mortgaged to the Rev. John Bullingbrooke of Castlereagh the lands of "Derryclagh, Derrygary, Derrywinna, Cahir and Lishmagansey' all in the Barony of Costello, co. Mayo, for £80. His next appearance in the Deeds is in 1739 when, in company with Bullingbrooke's widow and executrix, Hannah, and her son, he granted the lands of Lishmagansey and other property to Edmund Costello of Dublin for £162. Finally in 1743 as 'Jordan Costello of Clonsetty, Barony of Costello, co. Mayo, gentleman', he and his mother Mary Costello, alias Doyle, granted the lands of Cahir and Derrygary in the barony of Costello, to Edmund Costello Esq. of Dublin for £400. This divestment of ancestral property in Mayo may have heralded Jordan's departure from Ireland, in any case no further mention of him has been found. Sometime in the 1740s he married a Protestant lady, the daughter of Col. Melchior Guy Dickens, then the British Minister to Sweden. He may have met his bride in London or in Connacht where she could have come to visit her mother's family, the Handcocks, whose home was near Athlone, for which town her uncle Gustavus Handcock was M.P.
     Jordan held the lands of Lismaganshion, Derryclaha, Derrygay and Caher, all in the parish of Aghamore. He and the Edmund Costello of Dublin were presumably descended of "Edmond McJordan McCostelloe" who was listed as a proprietor in Aghamore parish by the Book of Survey & Distribution in 1641. The Connacht Transplantations of 1654-8 show that a Jordan Costello, seemingly from Aghamore parish, was settled on 159 acres in Kilbeagh parish, and that one Thomas Costello of Tullaghanmore in Kilcoman parish was settled on 383 acres in Kilcoman parish.
     The Edmund Costello of Dublin, with whom Jordan was associated in the holding of the lands in Aghamore parish, can be further identified. Edmund Costelloe, gent of Dublin, certificate. 1 Dec 1726, enrolled 6 Dec 1726 (A). Conformity 30 Nov 1726 (B). Costello, Edmd. Esq. enrolled 18 Dec 1726 (C). [Convert rolls. Irish Mss Commission, 1981. p.57].
     Between 1726 and 1767 Edmund appears frequently as a grantor in registered deeds, decribed both as a gentleman and a barrister at law. From his will dated 2 Dec 1769 and proved in the Prerogative Court, he married the Hon. Mary Margaret Bermingham, a daughter of Lord Athenry and had issue. Edmund himself was a son of Charles Costello, whose will dated 28 Nov 1737 and proved in the Prerogative Court 16 Feb 1738, describes him as of "Tobrachen, barony of Costello", which is actually Toobrackan in Kilcoman parish. The Genealogical Office have a pedigree (G.O.293, p.19) which shows this Edmund as a son of Charles Costello by his wife Giles, daughter of James Farrel, and shows Charles as a son of William Costello of Castlemore by his wife Margaret, daughter of Jordan Boy Costello of Tullaghaun, who is mentioned as a proprietor in Kilcoman parish in 1641.
Neither Charles Costello's will in 1737 nor Edmund's in 1769 make any mention of Jordan Costello. A genealogical note, of unknown origin, in the possession of the late Earl of Harewood shows his ancestor Jordan Costello, as having been a son of Charles Costello who was third son of an Edmond Costello who was in turn the son of a Jordan Costello. If this is correct, then Jordan's father Charles would be a contemporary of Edmund's father Charles, the former married to Mary Doyle and the latter to Giles Farrel. Moreover, if the Jordan on Lord Harewood's pedigree is to be identified with Jordan Boy of Tullaghaun of the G.O. pedigree, then Jordan's grandfather Edmond was a brother of Edmund of Dublin's grandmother Margaret, making the two Charles Costellos first cousins, and Jordan and Edmund second cousins
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     Jordan Costello was party to a land transaction 19 & 20 March 1739/40 in Lishmagansy (Lismegan?), Mayo. Lease & release 19 & 20 March 1739/40: 1 - Edward Bullingbrook, son and heir of the Rev John Bullingbbrook, 2 - Jordan Costello of Lishmagansy, barony of Costello, Mayo, Gent, 3 - Edmond Costello, Dublin, Gent. for £162/1/8 the town of lands of Lishmagansy.
     Jordan Costello was party to a land transaction on 24 September 1743 in Clondettying, Mayo, Ireland. Indenture of lease & release dated 24 & 26 September 1743 between Jordan Costello of Clondettying, barony of Costello, co. Mayo, Gent & Mary Costello otherwise Doyle, widow & mother of the said Jordan Costello on the one part & Edmond Costello of the city of Dublin esq.... for £400 did sell, etc. unto Edmond Costello all the lands of Cahir and Derrygay.
Jordan Costello married Mary Guy Dickens, daughter of Melchior Guy Dickens and Mariane Oiseau/Falaiseau?, before 1744.

Children of Jordan Costello and Mary Guy Dickens

Jordan (Boy) Costello

( - after 1641)
     Jordan (Boy) Costello was born in Ireland. He was the son of Unknown Costello and Unknown Jordan.
A Jordan Costello seemingly of Aghamore parish - settled on 159 acres in Kilbeagh parish Connacht transplantations. In the Books of Survey & Distribution [1641] he disposed of lands (Taubrackane & Creggane,etc.) in Kilcoman parish to Miles Costello and Lord Dillon.
     Jordan died after 1641 in Tullaghaun, Kilcoman/Annagh, Mayo, Ireland.
Certificate of the Archdiocese of Tuam of a grant of administration of the goods of Jordan Costello to his brother, April 28, 1686.

Children of Jordan (Boy) Costello

Margaret Costello

     Margaret Costello was the daughter of Jordan (Boy) Costello.
Margaret Costello married William Costello.

Child of Margaret Costello and William Costello