Joan Hepburn

(16 December 1927 - )
     Joan Hepburn was born on 16 December 1927 in Yarram, Victoria. She was the daughter of Alfred Samuel Hepburn and Gladys Mary Fox.
Joan Hepburn married Ronald James Graham on 22 June 1946 in Holy Trinity Church of England, Yarram, Victoria.
     Joan resided at 12 Law Street, Newborough, Victoria, 1992.

Patrick Hepburn Earl of Bothwell

     Patrick Hepburn Earl of Bothwell was also known as Patrick Hepburn Bothwell in records.
Patrick Hepburn Earl of Bothwell married Janet or Joanna Douglas.

Child of Patrick Hepburn Earl of Bothwell and Janet or Joanna Douglas

Ann Heppenstall

     Ann Heppenstall married Michael Campion, son of Henry Rowland Campion and Margaret Furnes, on 27 April 1665 in Middle Rasen or W Torrington, Lincolnshire, England. Ann was present at Michael Campion's christening on 6 November 1668 in Farforth cum Maidenwell, Lincolnshire. Ann was present at Rowland Campion's christening on 6 December 1674 in Farforth cum Maidenwell, Lincolnshire, England.

Children of Ann Heppenstall and Michael Campion

Arnold Heppenstall

     Arnold Heppenstall married Eliza Mary Popplewell, daughter of Alban Popplewell and Ann Unknown (Clifford), on 13 June 1853 in Spittlegate, Grantham RD, Lincolnshire.
     Arnold Heppenstall and Eliza Mary Popplewell were recorded on the 1861 census in Spittlegate, Lincolnshire. Mary Hippenstall, head, widow, 76, Arnold Hippenstall, 33, son, married, maltster, born Spittlegate; Eliza Mary Hippenstall, 36, wife, born Boston, Olive Hippenstall 6, Kate Hippenstall 5,
Ernest Hippenstall 3, grandchildren.
Eliza Mary headed the household as a widow with the three chldren in 1871.

Gwendoline Isabel Herbert

(25 August 1902 - 1 June 1991)
     Gwendoline Isabel Herbert was born on 25 August 1902. She was the daughter of Arthur & Sue Herbert.
Gwendoline Isabel Herbert married Hugh Raymond Bland, son of George Bland and Mosina Thomas, in 1923 in Victoria.
     Gwendoline was registered at 38 Duke St, Yarram, on the between 1966 and 1982 electoral roll.
Roy Bland stated that she held 'Aunt Minnie's' bible. She was the organist at the Yarram Methodist church.
     Gwendoline died on 1 June 1991 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 88.

Children of Gwendoline Isabel Herbert and Hugh Raymond Bland

Martha Herbert

     Martha Herbert married Simon Hughes, son of Simon Hughes and Elizabeth Sherwood, on 7 February 1733/34 in St Sepulchre, Holborn, Holborn, London, Middlesex. Simond Hughes & Martha Herbert, by licence. They obtained a licence from the Faculty Office on 31 March 1733!.

Children of Martha Herbert and Simon Hughes

Richard Herbert

     Richard Herbert married Anna Leach, daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch, in August 1764 in Chagford, Devon. Was a sergemaker.

Elizabeth Hermon

     Elizabeth Hermon married Ralph Ryther on 4 December 1681 in St Peter's, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

Patrick Kilroy Herne

(18 January 1931 - 30 June 1999)
     Patrick Kilroy Herne was born on 18 January 1931 in New South Wales.
     Patrick died on 30 June 1999 aged 68.

Mary Heron

( - 1820)
     Mary Heron married Thomas Hooper, son of Rev William Hooper and Mary Dennie, in December 1778 in North Carolina, USA. Mary was the daughter of the Honorable Benjamin and Mary Howe Heron of Bertie County. Benjamin was deputy surveyor and auditor of His Majesty's revenue, clerk of the Crown, naval officer, and member of the North Carolina royal governor's Council in 1763; he died in England in 1770. Mary's brother, Edward Heron, remained loyal to the state of North Carolina, although in 1782 he asked for permission to visit his sister when she was ill and on her way to England. It is not dear whether Hooper had any children who survived to adulthood..
     Mary died in 1820.

Charlotte Herring

(circa 1847 - 8 February 1920?)
     Charlotte Herring was born circa 1847 in Davidstow, Cornwall.
The marriage of Charlotte Herring and James Ruby, son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Crowle, was registered in Launceston RD, Cornwall, in the December 1873 quarter.
     Charlotte Herring and James Ruby were recorded on the 1881 census in Crowsnest, St Cleer, Cornwall. James Ruby, head, married, aged 34, born Altarnun, copper mine labourer, and his wife Charlotte aged 34, born Davidstow, children Jabez E (Samuel crossed out) aged 13, born Davidstow, copper mine labourer, Samuel E Ruby aged 4, born St Cleer, and Clara A Ruby, aged 2, born St Cleer.
     Charlotte Herring and James Ruby were recorded on the 1891 census in St Ive, Cornwall. James Ruby, 40, tin miner, born Altarnun, Cornwall with his wife Charlotte aged 46, born Lanteglos, and children Jabez, 22, tin miner born Altarnum, Samuel E 14? tin miner, born St Cleer and Clara 13, born St Cleer.
     Charlotte died on 8 February 1920? In Cornwall.
     Her will was proved on 16 August 1937. She may be the Charlotte Ruby of Gunnislake, Calstock, Cornwall, widow who died 8 Feb 1920. Probate London to Louis Nelson Maunder, labourer. Effects £85.

Children of Charlotte Herring and James Ruby

Clarice Catherine Herrmann

     Clarice Catherine Herrmann married Stanley Eric Glover, son of Edward Glover and Elizabeth Ellen Fox, in 1940 in Victoria.

Rev William Hervey

     Rev William Hervey married Constantia-Maria Armstrong, daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Trench, on 31 October 1815.

Adelina de Hesding of Oswestry

(circa 1095 - )
     Adelina de Hesding of Oswestry married Alan Thane of Lochaber, son of Walter, Thane of Lochaber, and Emma Fitzalan. Adelina de Hesding of Oswestry was born circa 1095. She was the daughter of Alan Fitz Flaald de Hesdin and Adeliza Warine.

Child of Adelina de Hesding of Oswestry and Alan Thane of Lochaber

Charlotte de Hesse

(16 July 1629 - )
     Charlotte de Hesse was also known as Hessen in records. She was born on 16 July 1629 in the Netherlands?. Daughter of John de Hesse of Holland.
     Charlotte de Hesse married Thomas Killigrew as his second wife, on 28 January 1655 in The Hague, The Netherlands.
She was naturalized on 3 June 1664. Thomas's second wife Charlotte and 3 of their sons were naturalized by act of Parliament 3 June 1664, In a 1662 draft for the Act she was called Charlotte Hessen, wife of Thomas Killigrew, groom of His Majesty's bed chamber. Petition of Sir William Killigrew, complaining of the behaviour of his sister-in-law, Charlotte Killigrew, when his wife died; Petition of Sir William Killigrew, complaining of the behaviour of his sister-in-law, Charlotte Killigrew, when his wife died while in attendance on the Queen at Somerset House (1681!). Charlotte de Hesse was an executor of Gen Robert Killigrew's estate on 19 August 1707 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Charles Killigrew on 5 May 1716.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Lt Guilford Killigrew on 5 June 1725. Charlotte de Hesse was buried on 15 May 1747 in St James, Piccadilly, Westminster, Middlesex. Charlotte Killigrew, W (wife/woman/widow?) - this seems unlikely.

Children of Charlotte de Hesse and Thomas Killigrew

Elizabeth M Hessell

     Elizabeth M Hessell married Henry H Rubie, son of John Rubie and Amy Robards, in 1886 in Waterloo, New South Wales.

Children of Elizabeth M Hessell and Henry H Rubie

(?) Hetherington

     (?) Hetherington married Jane Graham or Greame, daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington, before 1623.

Christopher Hetherington

     Christopher Hetherington was born in Ireland.
     Christopher died in Dunecarny, Dublin, Ireland.

Child of Christopher Hetherington

Elizabeth Hetherington

(say 1560 - )
     Elizabeth Hetherington was born say 1560 in Dunecarny, Dublin, Ireland. Elizabeth belonged to one of seven respectable English families or tribes who had settled together in Queen's County about the year 1560. She was the daughter of Christopher Hetherington.
Elizabeth Hetherington married Sir Richard Graham or Greame, son of Patriarch Graham or Greame. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Christopr Hetherington of Dunecarney in the county of Dublin by whom he had issue Thomas, William, Peter, George, Richard, Jane, Katherin (Dunbar), Elizabeth, Margaret, and Ann.

Lydia Hewetson

     Lydia Hewetson and Rev John Milley obtained a marriage licence on 5 September 1749 in Ossory diocese, Ireland. Revd John Miller, clerk, and Lydia Hewetsn, spinster, daughter of Robert Hewetson of Thomastown, gent, both of the Protestant religion.

Ann Hewett

(say 1730 - before 20 January 1777)
     Ann Hewett was born say 1730 in Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire.
Ann Hewett married Valentine Keen, son of Valentine Keen, on 14 November 1749 in Burton on the Water, Gloucestershire.
     Ann died before 20 January 1777 in Lower Slaughter. She was buried on 20 January 1777 in Lower Slaughter.

Children of Ann Hewett and Valentine Keen

Sir Richard Hewis

Child of Sir Richard Hewis

unknown Hewis

     Unknown Hewis married Michael Petit, son of Matthew Petit. Unknown Hewis was the daughter of Sir Richard Hewis.

Child of unknown Hewis and Michael Petit

Ann Hewitson

(before 1740 - )
     Ann Hewitson was born before 1740.
Ann Hewitson married Richard Popplewell, son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker, on 4 September 1759 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. Which Richard?.

Children of Ann Hewitson and Richard Popplewell

Carita Hewitt

     Carita Hewitt married Herbert Weston Robertson, son of William Robertson and Sarah Jane Weston, in 1906 in Hurstville, New South Wales.

Child of Carita Hewitt and Herbert Weston Robertson

Stanley Hewitt

     Stanley Hewitt married Freda D Cocksedge, daughter of John Zachariah Cocksedge and Annie Hopner, in 1940 in Petersham, New South Wales.

Thomas Hewitt Jr

     Thomas Hewitt Jr married Jane Hungerford, daughter of Capt Thomas Hungerford and Mary Unknown (Hungerford).

Judith Hewson

     The marriage of Judith Hewson and Isaac Cocksedge, son of George Cocksedge and Sarah Barber, was registered in Mutford RD in the December 1850 quarter.
     Judith Hewson and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Carlton Colville. Isaac aged 45 ag. lab, born Sipton; with his wife Judith and three daughters.
     Judith Hewson and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1881 census in Cot, Carlton Colville. Isaac Cocksedge aged 62, ag. lab, born Sibton, with his wife Judith aged 53, laundress,& children Eliza 29 laundress, Elizabeth 19, George 12, Rosa s, 2, grand-daughter.
     Judith Hewson and Isaac Cocksedge were recorded on the 1891 census in Carlton Colville. Isaac Cocksedge 77, ag. labourer, born Sibton, Judith Cocksedge 65, laundress, Eliza Cocksedge 37, Elizebeth Cocksedge 20, George N Cocksedge 24, Rosa Cocksedge 10, Ethel Cocksedge 8.

Child of Judith Hewson and Isaac Cocksedge

Mary Ann Hewson/White

(circa 1819 - 29 September 1879)
     Mary Ann Hewson/White was born circa 1819. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Hannell.
Mary Ann Hewson/White married Job B [Butler?] Hudson in 1838 in Newcastle. The witnesses were J B Hewson and Catherine Jones.
The Sydney Monitor on 1 Sep 1841 advertised: CAUTION. Wheras, my wife Mary Anne Hudson, (formerly Hewson), did abandon my house and protection, and her home, on the 25th day of August, instant, and is no longer resident with me, this is to caution the Public against giving any trust or credit to the said Mary Anne Hudson : she having no authority to con- tract any debts while from under the protection of her Husband, and should shopkeepers or others, give trust or credit to the said Mary Anne Hudson, I will not defray such debts nor any of them. The Public are also cautioned against purchasing any lands, Tenements, Horses, Cattle, Chattels of any description from my wife, Mary Anne Hudson or (Hewson), as I will not sanction such sales, and will seek recovery of such of my goods, in Courts of Justice. 2576 Signed Job Hudson.
On 12 September 1846 she advertised: Caution to Alexander Flood, Auctioneer, and toe Public. I HEREBY CAUTION you from Selling, and the public from Purchasing, at the sale of the 17th instant, advertised in the Maitland Mercury, this day, Mares, Fillies, or Cults, of the following brands-AH con- joined and JH conjoined, the same being the property of myself and children ; also, a dark Bay Mare, little while on hind foot; and 160 sheep, of mixed sexes, late the property of Mr. William Brooks; as I hold a document to prove they are the property of my fourth and youngest son. The sheep are in charge of Mr. R. Logan. Immediate proceedings will be take« for recovery of them. (Signed) MARY ANN HUDSON. Mary Ann Hewson/White was widowed in August 1848 on the death of her husband Job B [Butler?] Hudson.
From 1849 Richard had a relationship with Mary Ann Hewson, the widow of Job Hudson and they had four children baptised in 1869.
Mary Ann Hewson/White was declared bankrupt in March 1865. The Empire on 27 March 1865 reported: New Insolvents: Mary Ann Hudson, a conflnee in Maitland Gaol, late of Nowcastle, widow. Liabilities, £122 12s. Assets, £1010s. Deficit, £11110s. Official assignee, Mr. Humphery..
Mary Ann Hewson/White was declared bankrupt in March 1865 in Maitland, New South Wales. The Empire 27 March 1865 reported: NEW INSOLVENTS. Mary Ann Hudson, a conflnee in Maitland Gaol, late of Newcastle, widow. Liabilities, £122 12s. Assets, £1010s. Deficit, £11110s. Official assignee, Mr. Humphery.
     Mary died on 29 September 1879 in Newcastle, New South Wales. HUDSON. — On the 29th September, 1879, at the residence of her son (E. R. Hudson), MARY ANN HUDSON, in the
61st year of her age.

Children of Mary Ann Hewson/White and Job B [Butler?] Hudson

Children of Mary Ann Hewson/White and Richard Ryther Steer Bowker

Elizabeth Hext

     Elizabeth Hext was born in Netherham, Somerset, England. Only daughter and heir of Sir Edward Hext of Netherham, Somerset. Named in the will of her mother in law, Dame Jael 1617. She remarried Sir John Stawell..
Elizabeth Hext married Sir Joseph Killigrew, son of Sir Henry Killigrew and Jael de Peigne, circa 1611. She subsequently married Sir John Stawell.

Child of Elizabeth Hext and Sir Joseph Killigrew