Mary Ellis

(circa 1839 - 24 June 1908)
     Mary Ellis was born circa 1839 in Leverton, Nottinghamshire.
Mary Ellis married William Bingham Stanser, son of William Stanser and Mary Cobb, on 27 July 1871 in St Martin, North Leverton with Habblesgthorpe, Nottinghamshire.
     Mary Ellis and William Bingham Stanser were recorded on the 1881 census in Knaith Lea & Gate Burton, Lincolnshire. William B Stancer, head, married aged 34, born Sturton, farmer of 260 acres employing 3 labourers & s boys with his wife Mary aged 42, born Leverton Ntt, and their children William E aged 5, John E? aged 3 and Mary aged 10 days, all born at Lea, Lincs; with servants Eliza Ellis, Annie L Rogers, Elizabeth Cox Betsy Todd & William Beech.
He is probably the father of Kate aged 8 and Annie Eliza Stanser aged 7, both born Lea, Lincs, who were with their grandmother Mary Stanser at Sturton.
     Mary Ellis and William Bingham Stanser were recorded on the 1891 census in Lea, Lincolnshire.
     Mary Ellis and William Bingham Stanser were recorded on the 1901 census in Lea, LIN. William Stanser, aged 54, born Sturton le Steeple, farmer & agent for cattle foods, with Mary aged 61 born North Leverton, William aged 25, farmer's son, and probably Kate aged 28. James aged 10, visitor [!] all born at Lea except James who was born at Irnham.
     Mary died on 24 June 1908 in Lea, LIN.
     Her will was proved on 25 July 1908 at the Principal Probate Registry, London.

Children of Mary Ellis and William Bingham Stanser

Nelly Ellis

(before April 1886 - )
     Nelly Ellis was born before April 1886 in Coventry, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of John Ellis and Susan Helena De Lessert. Lily, Nelly and Bertie were listed as John Ellis's children in the 1901 census in 37 ... Gosford St, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Ann Ellison

(8 December 1688 - before 5 January 1768)
     Ann Ellison was christened on 8 December 1688 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Anna, daughter of Francis Ellison (of Broad Oake, Penistone). She was the daughter of Francis Ellison.
     Ann Ellison married John Rich as his second wife, on 15 December 1719 in Penistone, YKS.
She was mentioned in her husband's will 1741, & her father's will of 1730..
     Ann Ellison and John Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 2 April 1743 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. An agreement dated 2 April 1743 between John Rich of Jowett House, Cawthorne, yeoman and Anne Rich of Cawthorne, widow, reciting the will of John Rich, father of the above mentioned John, dated 21 August 1741. By this he gave his son Amor enough pocket money and clothing until he reached 22, to be provided by John, his brother. No specific sum was mentioned, though the parties now agree as follows: John Rich is to provide Anne with 3/10/- at twice yearly intervals until Amor reaches 22. Anne Rich is to provide clothing, etc. for Amor.
     Ann Ellison was party to a land transaction on 19 November 1746 in re Cathill, Hoyland Swaine, Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Indenture of lease and release 19th & 20th Nov 1746 between: 1 - Rebecca Hall of White Lee in the chapelry of Bradfield, widow; 2 - John Rich of Jowitt House, Cawthorne, yeoman, eldest son & heir of John Rich late of the same place, yeoman, deceased, and Sarah his wife and Ann Rich of Daken Broke, Cawthorne, widow and relict of the said John Rich; 3 - William Taylor of Cawthorne, yeoman re property at Cathill in the township of Hoyland Swaine, Silkstone.
There is a similar deed dated 19 & 20 December 1746 between Rebecca Hall & Taylor.
Mortgage in fee (by lease and release) - ref. SpSt/207/2-3 - date: 15-16 Jan 1762 - John Lindley of Jowett House, Cawthorne, Yorks., yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife to John Spencer of Cannon Hall, Cawthorne, Yorks., esq.
Messuage at Jowett House and closes belonging, called Over Rowleys, 6 acres, Lower Rowleys, 4 acres, Rowley Ing, 2 acres, Over Ranold Royd, 4 acres, Lower Ranold Royd, 3½ acres, Over Wood, 3 acres, Lower Wood, 4 acres, Bank, 6 acres, the Rush Ing, 4 acres, Laith Croft, 2½ acres, Broad Ing, 4 acres, the Nooks, 1½ acres, Crate Royd, 3½ acres, and two closes, which have recently been granted in exchange by Spencer to Lindley, and called Crate Royd and Picking Croft, and containing 5 acres 1 rood 36 poles.
Assignment of a mortgage term - ref. SpSt/207/4 - date: 16 Jan 1762 - Jonathan Ellison of Dirtcarr, par. Sandall Magna, Yorks., yeoman, brother and executor of Thomas Ellison, late of Highham, par. Darton, Yorks., yeoman, dec'd., of the first part: John Linley of Jowett House, par. Cawthorne, Yorks., yeoman, of the second part: John Spencer of Cannon Hall, Cawthorne, Yorks., esq., of the third part: George Walker of Middlewood, par. Darfield, Yorks., esq., of the fourth part.
     Ann died before 5 January 1768 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. She was buried on 5 January 1768 in Cawthorne. Anne Rich, widow, late of Jowit House, buried Jan 5 1768.

Children of Ann Ellison and John Rich

Ann Ellison

(circa 1829 - 1904)
     Ann Ellison was born circa 1829. She was the daughter of William Ellison.
     Ann died in 1904 in Kyneton, Victoria.

David Ellison

(20 October 1691 - before 23 October 1691)
     David Ellison was christened on 20 October 1691 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Francis Ellison.
     David died before 23 October 1691 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was buried on 23 October 1691 in Penistone.

Elizabeth Ellison

(before 2 July 1685 - before 2 July 1685)
     Elizabeth died before 2 July 1685. She was born before 2 July 1685 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was buried on 2 July 1685 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Francis Ellison.

Francis Ellison

(circa 1660 - 7 June 1730)
Broad Oake, Penistone, home of Francis Ellison
     Francis Ellison was born circa 1660 in Darton?, Yorkshire, England. He may be the Francis Ellison, son of Francis Ellison born 24 Oct and baptised 5 Nov 1657 at Darton. A Francis Ellison senior was buried at Penistone 23 Oct 1693.
Francis Ellison married Elizabeth Whaites? on 2 December 1682 in Silkstone, Yorkshire.
Francis Ellison was a petitioner in Penistone on 24 August 1699.
A Francis Ellison rented lands at Gunthwaite, Penistone worth £13/7/2 from Capt. Bosville at Martinmas 1722. A note adds that Broad Oake Farm was purchased and added to the Gunthwaite Estate in 1726. [Dransfield, p.335,340]. 1698 will dated 6 Feb John Ellison, grocer of Sheffield mentioned in Ronksley Collection #2834, no details given
     A Francis Allison married Ann Young 20 Feb 1679/80 at Eston, Yorkshire. Eston is a chapelry in the parish of Ormsby, North Riding..
     Francis was buried on 7 June 1730 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Francis Ellison of Broad Oak.
     His will was proved in 1730.

Children of Francis Ellison

John Ellison

(30 March 1693 - )
     John Ellison was christened on 30 March 1693 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Francis Ellison.

Martha Ellison

(18 March 1698/99 - )
     Martha Ellison was christened on 18 March 1698/99 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Francis Ellison.

Mary Ellison

(3 September 1696 - )
     Mary Ellison was christened on 3 September 1696 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Francis Ellison.

Richard Ellison

(3 May 1686 - )
     Richard Ellison was christened on 3 May 1686 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Francis Ellison.

William Ellison

Child of William Ellison

Catherine Ellman

(circa 1834 - 2 March 1927)
     Catherine Ellman was born circa 1834 in Battle, Sussex. She was the daughter of George Ellman and Mary Ann Poole. George was the son of John Ellman, renowned sheep breeder in the Glynde area. In April 1871, George and his wife Mary A, both aged 64 and retired farmers and their daughter Hariett aged 17 were living next door to Mary Ann Dempster, Robert's widow..
Catherine Ellman married Robert Dempster, son of Robert Osborn Dempster and Mary Ann Denman, on 15 October 1855 in St Andrew's, Hove, Sussex. On the 15th instant, at the parish church, Hove, Brighton, Daniel A Green esq, of Berechurch, Essex, to Fanny, also at the same time, Robert Dempster, Esq., Assistant Surgeon in the Hon. East India Company's Service, Madras, to Catherine, daughters of George Ellman, Esq., of Cliftonville, Brighton.
Catherine Ellman and Robert Dempster emigrated from London on 4 November 1855 to India per "Essex".
     In Robert Dempster's will dated 22 August 1882 in St Thomas' Mount, Tamil Nadu, Madras Presidency, India, Catherine Ellman was named as heir and executrix of the estate.
     Catherine Ellman and Robert Dempster were recorded on the 1891 census in Waterden Rd, Stoke, Guildford, Surrey. Robert Dempster, 64, army officer, deputy surgeon, Indian Army, born Willingdon; his wife, Catherine, 55, born Ringmer, Ssx; daughter Catherine E Dempster,31, born India, Madras, Trichinopoly, grandchildren, Mary E Hibbert, 10, Ethel G Hibbert 9, Robert F Hibbert     8, Emily Reed 18, Annie Earley 18, Mary E Miller 28, parlour maid, nursemaid & cook. Catherine Ellman was an executor of Robert Dempster's estate on 3 February 1894 in the Principal Probate Registry, London. Catherine witnessed a document dated on 10 July 1897 in Guildford.
     Catherine Ellman was recorded on the 1901 census in 'Glenthorne', West Rd, Guildford, Surrey. Catherine Dempster head, widow, 66, living on own means, born Ringmer, Surrey; Catherine E Dempster daughter single aged 40, living on own means, born India; Mary E Hebbert, single, grand-daughter aged 20, Ethel G Hebbert aged 19, Robert F Hebbert aged 18, medical student, all born in India; Annie Elllman sister, single, aged 69 lving on own means, born Ringmer, plus two servants.
     Catherine Ellman and Catherine Emma Dempster were recorded on the 1911 census in 'Glenthorne', West Rd, Guiildford. Dempster, Catherine, head, widow, 73 1838 None (Private Means) born Battle, Sussex; Dempster, Catherine Emma Daughter, Single, 50, born Trichinopoly India; Ansell, Miriam, Servant Single, 25 born Hampshire; Jones, Alice, Servant, Single, 17, House Maid Domestic born Guildford.
     Catherine resided at 'Richmond House', Waterden Rd, Guildford, Surrey, between 1919 and 1922.
     Catherine's death was registered in the quarter ending on 2 March 1927 in Guildford, Surrey.

Children of Catherine Ellman and Robert Dempster

Ann Ellot

(before 1720? - 17 May 1773)
     Ann Ellot was born before 1720?.
Ann Ellot married George Stanser on 18 November 1740 in Eaton, Nottinghamshire.
     Ann Ellot was mentioned in the will of George Stanser dated 2 November 1765.
     Ann was buried on 17 May 1773 in Sutton cum Lound, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Ann Ellot and George Stanser

Maria Elmer

(circa 1805 - )
     Maria Elmer was born circa 1805 in Gislingham, Suffolk.
Maria Elmer married John Squirrell on 10 November 1830 in Hitcham, Suffolk.
     Maria Elmer and John Squirrell were recorded on the 1851 census in Wattisham, Suffolk. John aged 45, ag. lab., born at Hitcham, Maria, wife, aged 46, born Gislingham, Sfk, Robert, son, aged 17, born Wattisham.
     Maria Elmer and John Squirrell were recorded on the 1861 census in Castle Farm, Wattisham. John Squirrell head, aged 56, farmer of 35 acres employing 1 man & 1 boy, born Hitcham with his wife Maria aged 57, born at Gislingham.

Child of Maria Elmer and John Squirrell

Mary Elsden

(25 March 1838 - December 1927)
     Mary Elsden was christened on 25 March 1838 in Whepstead, Suffolk. She was the daughter of James & Betsy nee Pattle.
     Mary Elsden was recorded on the 1851 census in Whepstead. James 36, Elizabeth his wife 34, and children Abraham 14, Mary 12, Isaac 9,Sarah 7, Eliza 4. all born at Whepstead.
Mary Elsden married John Bland, son of William John Bland and Mary Ann Froud or Frood, circa 1855.
     Mary Elsden and John Bland were recorded on the 1861 census in Whepstead. John Bland, head, 28, married, pedlar, born Hessett, Mary wife 22 born Whepstead, Emma daughter, 5, born Whepstead, Rachel, daughter, 1 born Whepstead.
     Mary Elsden and John Bland were recorded on the 1871 census in Whepstead Road, Whepstead. John Bland, 34, hawker, born Hessett, Mary wife, 31, born Whepstead, Emma, daughter, 14 scholar.
     Mary Elsden and John Bland were recorded on the 1881 census in Chedburgh Road, Whepstead. John Bland, 45, farmer of 30 acres employing 1 man, born Hessett, Mary, wife 42, born Whepstead, Emma Boreham daughter 24, George Boreham s-in-law 26 born Horringer, John G Boreham, grandson, aged 2, born Whepstead.
     Mary Elsden and George Boreham were recorded on the 1891 census in Whepstead. Mary Bland, head, widow, aged 53, farmer, employer, born Whepstead; with George Boreham, son in law, married, aged 40, general labourer, born Horringer; Emma Boreham, daughter, married aged 34, born Whepstead; and their children John 13, Clement 5, James 4 & Maud 1, all born at Whepstead.
     Mary Bland was recorded on the 1901 census in School Rd, Whepstead. Mary Bland, head, widow,aged 63, born Whepstead, farmer, employer; George Boreham, son in law, married, 49, farmer worker, born Horringer, Emma Boreham, daughter, married 43, born Whepstead, and the Boreham grandchildren - John 22, ag. labourer, James 15, Maud, 11, May 8, Frank 5, all born Whepstead.
     Mary died in December 1927 in Whepstead or Hesset, Suffolk, aged 89.

Children of Mary Elsden and John Bland

Emmeline Agnes Elshang

(7 January 1904 - 20 October 1982)
     Emmeline Agnes Elshang was born on 7 January 1904.
Emmeline Agnes Elshang married Charles Henry Colbert, son of John Colbert and Susan Jane Jarred, in 1926 in Victoria.
     Emmeline was registered at Nhill on the between 1931 and 1936 electoral roll.
     Emmeline was registered at 14 Dungey St, Kaniva, on the 1982 electoral roll.
     Emmeline died on 20 October 1982 in Kaniva, Victoria, aged 78.
     Her will was proved on 25 February 1983. Widow of Kaniva.

Fanny Emmeline Elton

(circa 1845 - )
     Fanny Emmeline Elton was born circa 1845 in Worcester, Worcestershire.
Fanny Emmeline Elton married Alfred James Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson, circa February 1870 in St Mary Magdalene, Munster Square, London, Pancras RD, Middlesex.
     Fanny Emmeline Elton and Alfred James Mackglew were recorded on the 1871 census in 1 Augustus Square, St Pancras, London. Alfred J McGlew, 23? tea broker, born Clapham, Surrey; his wife Fanny E, aged 26, born Worster? Worcestershire; daughter [sic] Michael C, aged 5 months, born Highgate, Mdx along with Henry B Tidy, solicitors clerk and his family.

Children of Fanny Emmeline Elton and Alfred James Mackglew

Richard Elwes

     Richard Elwes married Merelina D'Ewes, daughter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.

Thomas Elwick

(before 15 November 1635? - before 20 October 1711)
     Thomas Elwick was born before 15 November 1635? In Misterton, Nottinghamshire, England.
Thomas Elwick married Elizabeth Ryther, daughter of Robert Ryther and Eleanor Browne, circa 1656. Dugdale gives her first husband as Thomas Elwood..
     Thomas died before 20 October 1711 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire.

Elizabeth Ely

(circa 1863? - 1944)
     Elizabeth Ely was born circa 1863?.
Elizabeth Ely married Robert Borland, son of Alexander Borland and Isabella MacPherson, in 1894 in Victoria.
     Elizabeth died in 1944 in Malvern, Victoria.

Children of Elizabeth Ely and Robert Borland

Miriam May Elyard

(1873 - 28 May 1922)
     Miriam May Elyard was born in 1873 in Liverpool district, New South Wales.
Miriam May Elyard married Sydney Cornelius Mackglew, son of Cornelius Stanley Mackglew and Eleanor Ann Davies, in 1892 in Bathurst, New South Wales. McGLEW — ELYARD. Dec. 10th, 1892, at Baptist Church, Bathurst, by Rev. Robert Middleton, Sydney C., eldest son of Cornelius Stanley McGlew, Enmore Road, Marrickville, to Miriam May, second daughter of William Gilbert Elyard, ex-station master at Bowenfels and Seven Hills, G.W.R., NSW, and grand-niece of late Wiliam Elyard, Under-Colonial Secretary, Sydney, NSW.
     Miriam died on 28 May 1922 in Mt Lawley, Western Australia. She was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Children of Miriam May Elyard and Sydney Cornelius Mackglew

Cadwgon ab Elystan Glodrydd

      He marrried a: Angharad f Llawr whose mother was Lleucu f Maredudd ab Owain d.999: b: Jane f Brochwel p 48sq; c: Efa f Gwrgan (Iestyn 1). Cadwgon ab Elystan Glodrydd was born in Wales. He was the son of Elystan Glodrydd, King of Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren and Gwenllian f Einion (?).

Child of Cadwgon ab Elystan Glodrydd

Mary Ann Emblem

     Mary Ann Emblem married William Duncan Stuart Campbell, son of William Duncan Campbell and Rebecca Bowker, on 20 October 1830 in St Leonard Shoreditch, Hackney, Middlesex. He may have also married Harriet Jones on 2 July 1835 at the Old church, St Pancras.

Ann Emerson

(circa 1762 - May 1834)
     Ann Emerson was born circa 1762.
Ann Emerson married Alexander Bowker, son of Thomas Bowker and Mary Harris, on 21 March 1782 in Thornham, Norfolk. The marriage was also recorded at Weasenham -? All Saints,? Norfolk,? on the same day.
     Ann died in May 1834 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Died ... On Saturday last, aged 72, Mrs Bowker, widow of Mr Alderman Bowker, of Lynn. She was buried on 23 May 1834 in St Margaret's, Kings Lynn.

Children of Ann Emerson and Alexander Bowker

William Emery

     William Emery married Amy Jane MacGregor, daughter of Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor and Isabella Smith, in 1887 in Victoria.

John Emmerson

(circa 1680 - before 2 October 1731)
     John Emmerson was born circa 1680.
     John Emmerson and Susanna Hulbert obtained a marriage licence on 9 October 1728 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon.
Susanna Hulbert married secondly John Emmerson on 4 November 1728 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. By licence. John was a carpenter.
     John died before 2 October 1731 in Fleet Prison, London, England. Susannah renounced administration of her second husband's estate to creditors on 2 Oct 1731 when he died in Fleet Prison.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 2 October 1731 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Alexander Emslie or Steel

(21 December 1855 - )
     Alexander Emslie or Steel was born on 21 December 1855 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of William Emslie and Margaret Steele. Alexander and Margaret were listed as the children of William Emslie in the 1871 census in Wartle, Rayne.

Margaret Emslie or Steele

(20 June 1858 - )
     Margaret Emslie or Steele was born on 20 June 1858 in Rayne, Aberdeenshire. She was the daughter of William Emslie and Margaret Steele. Alexander and Margaret were listed as the children of William Emslie in the 1871 census in Wartle, Rayne.

Alexander Emslie

(29 June 1831 - 16 June 1879?)
     Alexander Emslie was christened on 29 June 1831 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire. He was the son of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell.
     Alexander Emslie appeared on the 1841 census in the household of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell in Backbrae, Premnay. Robert, William, Alexander, Isabel, George, John, Barbara and Ann were listed as the children of James Emslie in the 1851 census in Premnay. Alexander, Ann, George and Isabel were listed as the children of James Emslie in the 1861 census in Premnay.
     Alexander Emslie was recorded on the 1871 census in Premnay. Alexander Emslie, 39, head, born Premnay, farmer of 80 acres arable employing 1 man and 1 boy; Maggie Emslie, 29, born Clatt, Abd, farmer's wife, Adam Grant 18, Ann Loggie, 17, George Wilson 36, servants.
     Alexander died on 16 June 1879? In Backbrae, Premnay, Aberdeenshire, aged 47.