Clifford Francon Owen

(circa 1906 - 1984)
     Clifford Francon Owen was born circa 1906.
Clifford Francon Owen married Lillian Ada Levens, daughter of Alfred Francis Levens and Ada Harriet Ruby, in 1935 in Victoria.
     Clifford died in 1984 in Park..., Victoria.

Francis Owen

     Francis Owen married Jean Margaret Collis, daughter of Edward Stanley Collis and Alice Mary Dunbar, on 4 February 1939 in Hurstville, New South Wales.

Sir William Francis Langer Owen PC

(21 November 1899 - 31 March 1972)
     Sir William Francis Langer Owen PC was born on 21 November 1899 in Hunters Hill, New South Wales. He was the son of Sir Langer Owen who died in 1935.
Sir William Francis Langer Owen PC married Joan Bately Rolin, daughter of Tom Rolin and Lydia Augusta Phillips Bowker, on 11 July 1923 in St Mark's, Darling Point. |An undated newspaper clipping: The marriage of Miss Joan Rolin to Mr W Owen yesterday calls to mind anold, old story, told by Rose Scott of her salon days. Two clever young barristers used to visit her, and also two of the prettiest girls of the Sydney of those days. Those barristers naturally fell in love with those pretty girls, and Livia ("Beauty") Bowker is now the wife of Judge Rolin and her sister Berthia (sic) is the wife of Mr Justice Rich. Rose Scott had a place of honour at the table of Judge & Mrs Rolin at the wedding reception yesterday . William was appointed to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in October 1937. William was a judge of the High Court of Australia from 1961 to 1971.
     William died on 31 March 1972 in New South Wales aged 72.

Margaret Owtred

     Margaret Owtred married Richard Aske Lord of Aughton, son of John Aske and Elizabeth Gascoigne. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Owtred, Knight.

Child of Margaret Owtred and Richard Aske Lord of Aughton

William Oxenford

     William Oxenford married Catherine Stanser, daughter of Matthew Stanser and Ann Waller, on 18 October 1768 in St Peter & St Paul, Sturton le Steeple.

Matilda Oxley

     Matilda Oxley married Samuel William Ashby.

Children of Matilda Oxley and Samuel William Ashby

Lucy Oxspring

(say 1575 - )
     Lucy Oxspring was born say 1575.
     Lucy Oxspring married Edward Silvester as his second wife, on 29 January 1598/99 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.

Children of Lucy Oxspring and Edward Silvester

Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo

     Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo married Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen, King of Powys, son of Cyngen Glodrydd ap Cadell Ddyrnllug and Tudglid ferch Brychan. Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Pabo Post Prydyn ap Ceneu (?).

Child of Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo and Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen,, King of Powys

Grace Pace

(10 October 1702 - 18 February 1765)
     Grace Pace was born on 10 October 1702 in Thornaby on Tees, Yorkshire.
Grace Pace married James Cook, son of John Cook, on 10 October 1725. Grace and James Cook had eight children. Four died in childhood. John, the eldest son, died aged 23. The five are buried with her and are recorded on the back of her headstone.
     Grace died on 18 February 1765 in Gt Ayton, Yorkshire, aged 62.

Child of Grace Pace and James Cook

Mary Pack

(1791 - 1839)
     Mary Pack was born in 1791 in Bildeston, Suffolk.
Mary Pack married Robert Squirrell, son of John Squirrell and Elizabeth Freeman, on 22 September 1807 in Bildeston, Suffolk.
     Mary died in 1839.

Child of Mary Pack and Robert Squirrell

Ethel Pafford

     Ethel Pafford married an unknown person .
Ethel Pafford married George Garrett Ruby, son of Silas Garrett Ruby and Mary Hannah Bartlett Whitten.

Child of Ethel Pafford and George Garrett Ruby

Agnes de Paganell

     Agnes de Paganell married Robert de Brus Lord of Annandale, son of Robert Brus. 'Agnes uxor Roberti de Brus' founder together with her husband of Middlesborough priory as a cell of Whitby abbey (DD 355, cites Dugdale, Mon. Anglicanum III:632, no. I)[8] cf. also EYC II:203, no. 858[3]. Agnes de Paganell was the daughter of Foulk de Paganell.

Foulk de Paganell

Child of Foulk de Paganell

Ellen Anne Pagden

(15 March 1827 - )
     Ellen Anne Pagden was born on 15 March 1827 in Alfriston, Sussex. She was the daughter of Henry Pagden & Susan (Ade) who probably married 20 Nov 1810 at Seaford, Ssx. See online will of her probable grandfather Peter Pagden of Chiddlingley, Ssx dated 18 Jan 1814, proved 2 Sep 1845. The family held property at Wilmingham.
For further information on the Pagden family see:
Ellen Anne Pagden married Augustus George Dempster, son of George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Marian Murch Webb, on 4 May 1858 in Alfriston, Sussex.
     Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster were recorded on the 1861 census in Middle Green, Chiddingley, Sussex. Agustus George Dempster 26, farmer of 190 acres, 6 men, 3 boys, born London; his wife Ellen Anne Dempster 34, born Alfriston, with servants: Maria Onion 18 housemaid, Naomi Pitcher 23, cook Jesse Washington White 21, groom.
     Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster were recorded on the 1871 census in Seaford, Sussex. Augustus G Dempster head, 36, political agent, born London, Mdx; his wife Ellen A aged 43, born Alfriston; Herbert 7, born Seaford; Joseph Charles Sanger, boarder aged 57, born Wiltshire. GP, MD; Matilda Lambert & Edith Emily Costick domestic servants.
     Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster were recorded on the 1881 census in Grove Rd Ash..., Eastbourne, Sussex. Augustus George Dempster, head, aged 46, a surveyor & architect, born Marlebone; his wife Ellen A, aged 53, born Alfriston, 10 year old son Herbert A G and 8 year old daughter Margaret M, both born at Seaford. He had a pupil, James Kimber and Fanny Earl, a domestic servant residing with them.
     Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster were recorded on the 1891 census in 21 Beddord Grove, Eastbourne, Sussex. Augustus G Dempster, head, married, 56, Stock broker & surveyor, born Marylebone; his wife Ellen A, 64, born Alfreston. Their daughter Margaret aged 18 born Seaford and their niece Georgina aged 18 born in Kenilworth, Warwickshire were with them.
     Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster were recorded on the 1901 census in 92 Whippingham Rd, Brighton, Sussex. Augustus Dempster, aged 66, born St Mary le Bone, London, retired surveyor of Brighton with his wife Ellen A, aged 74, born Alfriston, Sussex and daughter Margaret M, Dempster, single, aged 28, dressmaker, born Seaford.

Children of Ellen Anne Pagden and Augustus George Dempster

Emma Page

     The marriage of Emma Page and Lewis John Bullett, son of Charles Bullett and Mary Ann Cocksedge, was registered in Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, in the September 1896 quarter.

George Page

(circa 1795? - )
     George Page was born circa 1795? In Therfield, Hertfordshire.
George Page married Lydia Bowker, daughter of James Bowker and Anne Lowe, on 27 May 1824 in All Saints, Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire.

Richard Page

(circa 1650 - before July 1719)
     Richard Page was born circa 1650.
Richard Page married Anne Jenkin, daughter of James or Peter Jenkyn, on 22 July 1708 in Paddington, Middlesex, England.
     Richard died before July 1719.

Sarah Page

(before 1730 - )
     Sarah Page was born before 1730 in Suffolk, England.
Sarah Page married William Cocksedge in 1749 in Wattisfield, Suffolk, England.

Sarah Page

(say 1650 - )
     Sarah Page was born say 1650.
Sarah Page married John Fawler, son of John Fawler and Beatrice Unknown (Fawler), on 23 July 1673 in Chatham, Kent.
     In John Fawler's will dated 1 November 1692 in Chatham, Sarah Page was named as executrix of the estate; In the name of God Amen The first day of November 1692 I John Fawler of Chatham in the County of Kent Chirurgeon being Sick and weake in body but of Sound disposing memory praised be God therefore Doe make and declare this my last Will and Testamt in manner following Vizt
Impris I surrender my Soul into ye hands, of Almighty God and my Body to ye Earth decently to be interred and buried at ye discretion of my Executrix hereafter named
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving sonne John Fawler the sume of £5 to be paid by my Executrix at his return from Sea upon his lawfull demand
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving daughter Elizabeth Fawler the sume of £5 to be paid by my said Executrix within six months next after my decease
Item I give and bequeath unto Sarah my loving Wife All and every such sume or sumes of money which at the time of my decease shall be owing or payable to me either upon Bond or Bonds o r otherwise howsoever And all and every my ready moneys Beds rBedding Linnen Woollen Goods Chattels and Estate whatsoever which at the time of my decease I shall be possessed of or have right title or interest in or to (the said SARAH paying my debts and Funeral Charges and my Legacies before mentioned)
Lastly I do hereby nominate and appoint ye said Sarah my said Wife sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament Hereby revoking and makeing void all other Wills by me at any time made heretofore or declared
In witness &c Jo: Fawler senr - Witnesses: William Glover Anne Glover Walter Dyer.

Children of Sarah Page and John Fawler

Susanna Page

(circa 1775 - 9 August 1862)
     Susanna Page was born circa 1775 in Devon.
Susanna Page married William Jeffery, son of James Jeffery and Susanna Dickes, on 1 January 1798 in Chagford, Devon.
     Susanna Page and William Jeffery were recorded on the 1841 census in Chagford, Devon. William Jeffery 65, shoemaker, Susanna Jeffery 60, Charlotte Jeffery 25, Elizabeth Jeffery 70?, Independent (presumably his sister), all born in the county.
     In the 1851 census, Susanna was listed as a head of the household in North Bovey, Devon. Joseph Hole, 38, farmer, born South Tawton, wife Charlott Hole, 38, born Chagford, Ellen Hole 4, Emma Hole 7 Months, both born at North Bovey; Susanna Jeffery, 76, lodger, annuitant, born Chagford.
     Susanna was buried on 9 August 1862 in Chagford, Devon. Susanna Jeffery, of Stoke in Teignhead?, aged 87.

Children of Susanna Page and William Jeffery

Annie Paget

     Annie Paget was the daughter of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

Arabella Paget

(1779 - March 1865)
     Arabella Paget was also known as Page in records. She was born in 1779 in Bath, Somerset. She was the daughter of Rev J Paget & Elizabeth Wells. She is possibly the Arabella Page, born 20 May 1779 and christened 8 Oct 1779 at Bath Abbey, Somerset, daughter of James Page & Elizabeth as listed in the IGI.
     Arabella Paget married James Bowker as his second wife, on 26 December 1803 in Paston, Northamptonshire. By licence. Witnessed by James & David Bowker of Walton [?]..
     Arabella Paget and Sarah Bowker were recorded on the 1851 census in Islington, London. Arabella Bowker, head, widow, 72, annuitant, born Bath Somerset with her unmarried daughter Sarah aged 31, schoolmistress, born Walton, Nth.
     Arabella Paget was recorded on the 1861 census in Walcot, Bath, Somerset. Arabella Bowker, 81, farmer's widow, born Bath; with her daughter Sarah Bowker, 43, dressmaker, born Walton, Peterborough, and a boarder.
     Arabella's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1865 in Bradford upon Avon RD.

Children of Arabella Paget and James Bowker

Caroline Knox Paget

     Caroline Knox Paget was the daughter of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

James Paget

     James Paget was the son of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

Major James Paget

     Major James Paget married Jane Caroline Knox, daughter of Major John Gore Knox and Jane Adelaide Handy, on 19 August 1867 in Mayo, Ireland. He was of Knockglass, co. Mayo..

Jane Paget

     Jane Paget was the daughter of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

Thomas Cecil Paget

     Thomas Cecil Paget was the son of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

Violet Paget

     Violet Paget was the daughter of Major James Paget and Jane Caroline Knox.

Thomas Paget?

     Thomas Paget? married Ann Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Jane Orme, in 1829? In Mayo?.

Catherine Pain

     Catherine Pain married Patrick Seadon in 1570 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Child of Catherine Pain and Patrick Seadon