Elizabeth Stokes

     Elizabeth Stokes was the daughter of Henry Upton Stokes and Madge Bowker Wood.

Henry Upton Stokes

     Henry Upton Stokes married Madge Bowker Wood, daughter of William Burnham Wood and Lucy Ann Wadland, on 27 September 1919 in Oundle, Northamptonshire.

Norah Jane Mary Stollery

(12 December 1883 - 27 April 1980)
     Norah Jane Mary Stollery was buried in Hicksite Cemetery, Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada. She was christened in All Saints, Hollesley, Suffolk. She was born on 12 December 1883 in Hollesley, Suffolk.
Norah Jane Mary Stollery married Harry Mann, son of Arthur Mann and Adelaide Mary Nunn, on 27 October 1905 in Walton, Suffolk.
     Norah died on 27 April 1980 in Picton, Ontario, Canada, aged 96.

Child of Norah Jane Mary Stollery and Harry Mann

Elizabeth Stone

     Elizabeth Stone married Sir William Ryder Ryther, son of Thomas Ryther and Catherine Poole. She was the daughter of Richard Stone of Holme in Norfolk.

Children of Elizabeth Stone and Sir William Ryder Ryther

Jane Stone

(circa 1843 - before 26 August 1886)
     Jane Stone was born circa 1843 in Hertfordshire.
The marriage of Jane Stone and Samuel Bullett, son of Samuel Bullett and Elizabeth Saunders, was registered in Kensington RD, Middlesex, in the December 1868 quarter.
     Jane Stone and Samuel Bullett were recorded on the 1871 census in 34 North? St?, Paddington, Middlesex. Samuel Bullet, head, married, 26, commercial clerk ..., born Beddington, Sry; his wfie Jane, 26, born Sarrat?, Herts; and daughter Jesse E, aged 1, born Paddington.
     Jane Stone and Samuel Bullett were recorded on the 1881 census in 8 Hilldrop? Rd, Islington, London. Samuel Bullett, head, 35... of stock exchange, born Beddington Sry, Jane his wife aged 38, born Hertfordshire ..., children Jessie E 11, born Paddington, Arthur S 9, born St Pancras, Florence E, ditto, Maud A, 6, born S.? Hackney, Robert j, 3, ditto, Blanche H, 1, ditto, Arthur J Bullett, brother, unmarried, 34, commercial clerk, born Paddington, Mdx, with two servants.
     Jane died before 26 August 1886 in Islington RD, Middlesex. She was buried on 26 August 1886 in the cemetery, Hampstead, Camden.

Children of Jane Stone and Samuel Bullett

Joan Dorothy Stone

(14 February 1919 - )
     Joan Dorothy Stone was born on 14 February 1919 in England.

Joanna Stone

(before 1610 - )
     Joanna Stone was also known as Joan in records. She was born before 1610.
Joanna Stone married Nicholas Marlott, son of Thomas Marlott, on 15 May 1628 in Shipley, Sussex.

Margaret Stone

     Margaret Stone was born. She was the daughter of Robert Stone of Holme in Norfolk.
Margaret Stone married Edward Ryther (of Leyton), son of Thomas Ryther and Catherine Poole.

Charles Stoner

(20 July 1737 - 31 October 1781)
     Charles Stoner was born on 20 July 1737.
     Charles died on 31 October 1781 in Gravelines, France, aged 44. In 1781 they moved to Gravelines on the Normandy coast. There Molly Stonor, daughter of the Jacobite colonel William Stonor, had been a Poor Clare nun for nearly half a century. After only three months in France, Charles Stonor died and was buried in the convent chapel. Within the year his widow married an impoverished Catholic lawyer called Charles Canning. As Charles Stonor had not left a will, she sold all the furniture and paintings from Stonor. He was buried in Rouen, France.

Children of Charles Stoner

Henry Stoner

(28 October 1774 - )
     Henry Stoner was christened on 28 October 1774 in RC chapel, Stonor, Oxfordshire. He was the son of Charles Stoner.

John Stoner

(18 March 1771 - )
     John Stoner was christened on 18 March 1771 in RC chapel, Stonor, Oxfordshire. He was the son of Charles Stoner.

Ann Stones

(16 June 1779 - )
     Ann Stones was christened on 16 June 1779 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

David Stones

(17 November 1784 - )
     David Stones was christened on 17 November 1784 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Edmund Stones

(12 May 1777 - )
     Edmund Stones was christened on 12 May 1777 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Elizabeth Stones

(18 November 1798 - )
     Elizabeth Stones was christened on 18 November 1798 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Foster Stones

(17 November 1784 - )
     Foster Stones was christened on 17 November 1784 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

John Stones

(26 September 1780 - )
     John Stones was christened on 26 September 1780 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Mary Stones

(28 September 1788 - )
     Mary Stones was christened on 28 September 1788 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Phoebe Stones

(7 February 1791 - )
     Phoebe Stones was christened on 7 February 1791 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Robert Stones

(1 April 1752 - )
     Robert Stones was christened on 1 April 1752 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard & Susanna.
Robert Stones married Ann Popplewell on 2 February 1775 in Belton, LIN. The licence stated he was 22 and she was 19. The IGI lists this marriage at Amcotts.

Children of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell

Robert Stones

(12 July 1782 - )
     Robert Stones was christened on 12 July 1782 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Samuel Stones

(13 January 1794 - )
     Samuel Stones was christened on 13 January 1794 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Thomas Stones

(28 November 1796 - )
     Thomas Stones was christened on 28 November 1796 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

William Stones

(23 July 1786 - )
     William Stones was christened on 23 July 1786 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Stones and Ann Popplewell.

Henry Clark Storey

(1862 - )
     Henry Clark Storey was born in 1862.
Henry Clark Storey married Eleanor Skeels, daughter of Samuel Skeels and Eliza Ann Watkin, in 1883 in Victoria. They had three children, Richard, Joseph & Eliza.

Mary Evelyn Storey

(circa 1900? - )
     Mary Evelyn Storey was born circa 1900?.
Mary Evelyn Storey married Leighton Stanley Bowker on 11 April 1918 or 1919 in Offord Cluny, Huntingdonshire, England.

John Story

     John Story married Sarah Trull, daughter of Samuel Trull and Ann Tills, in 1763 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk.

Charles James Stott

     Charles James Stott's birth was registered in the quarter ending in Chelmsford, Essex. He was the son of Richard Stott. Charles James Stott was christened on 18 July 1863 in Chelmsford, Essex. Charles James, son of Richard & Elizabeth. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.

Edward Henry Hussey Stott

(25 September 1877 - 3 September 1917)
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott was commonly known as Ted. He was born on 25 September 1877 in Springfield, Essex, England. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Edward Henry Hussey Stott was christened on 31 May 1878. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott and John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott were recorded on the 1891 census in the infant Orphan Asylum, Wanstead, Essex. Edward Henry Hussey Stott was listed as Carstin Henry Meyer's stepson in the 1901 census in 28 Wyndham Rd, East Ham, Middlesex.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Brentwood, Middlesex, England, sent a letter dated 11 October 1910 to Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar.
He had considerable legal training but left it for mercantile pursuits.
Letter dated 15 Feb 1911 to EHV Dunbar re ancestry & inheritance. Living at 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath 13 Sep 1911 when he wrote to J K Dunbar - he stated that the Garrison estate was sold to an Archdall relative about 1836 and the Essex property was sold in 1836 to someone known to Stott and that Major J Dunbar died at Abbeville in France in the early 1850s.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Bexley Heath, Kent, sent a letter dated 15 February 1911 to Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar. 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath,
15th Feb 1911
Dear Uncle,
Thanks very much for your letter of the 7th ulto. to Fairview and our p'card to Brentwood -- both to hand by last mail.
I was (in common with all of us at home) interested and pleased to learn that you had managed to meet Jack, and are favourably impressed with him, his wife, and children. By a letter received this week, Jack informs Mother how delighted he was to meet you; it must indeed have been to him as a fresh bond with Home.
am obliged by the information given in the rough table of the Major's descendants. His matrimonial affairs certainly appear somewhat con. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apparently, then, the . . . . . . . . . . . .??issue of his second marriage .... ipeten.. to share in any distribution of Estate, would be your father, the latter's interest of course, vested in his descendants. You say the marriage between the Major and your grandmother was not originally celebrated according to C.of E. rites. It occurs to me that if the marriage was celebrated in Jersey it might have been necessary (to conform with the existing laws of succession in vogue here) for the marriage to have been confirmed in the United Kingdom. I cannot suppose that a recognised .......... did not later place somewhere ........... the birth of Patrick D. ..., ............ your statement that Phillpott declared that your & his , ........... issue were the only descendants of the second marriage who could participate in the distribution of 1886 (?). Clears up a point that puzzles me. I wondered why the issue of Patrick & Mrs Delassert (Delassent ?) had not participated. Assuming they knew of the distribution, these descendants evidently accepted the position -- or did they attempt to asset themselves in any way? Then again it would follow that if there was any irregularity in the Major's second marriage, and Philpott's view is held to be correct, (and on this ........ would doubtless have ...... doubly sure before distribut ..... all the children (of the second marriage) ........... barred from participating in any future fund available. Have you any idea of what the property (the subject of our correspondance) consists?
If of land (real property in general) then we may conclusively say that the Penshust man will get it all; if of personal property of any description, then according to English Law, the descendants of John, George, Charles, Fred & HHV will divide equally. You say ........ "it may yet be div ......... the descendants of ......... & HHV". Why omit the ....... Charles D. & (Cara D.) of ...... Charles ? Surely ........... not debarred from participation in personal Estate! Perhaps you know of some legal disability attaching to sex which seems to be jolly rough on them! Put us right, please, on this point.
Now as to De Bernardy's enquiry. I know their firm wouldn't interest themselves without the prospect of some definite pecuniary advantage attaching! They are expert at matters of this sort ie. next-of-kin business. And from the fact of the agent searching descendants other than the heir-at-law George K of Sydney, I observe from your list, is a nephew of John K. of Penshust -- and ......... fore ...... not in the direct line of succession to Real .......... - (or John K. I believe you said has sons) it would appear that a general distribution is within the bounds of possibility. I shall doubtless hear further from you on this point when you have received George K's promised letter. Hope I have made myself clear and have not been unduly redundant.

NOTE : - The letter finishes here with no signature. Perhaps this is the "part of a letter" refered to in the letter Dunbar E-9, dated 23-3-11.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott was recorded on the 1911 census in 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath, Dartford RD, Kent. Stott, Edward H H, head, Married, 33, Accountant, merchant, born Essex Chelmsford; his wife Daisy Cora, married 8 years, 2, born Essex Thaxted, son Thomas W D, 5, born Thaxted.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Bexley Heath, Kent, sent a letter dated 13 September 1911 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath, 13th Sept 1911
Dear Cousin,
Yours of 2nd August to hand this week: thanks. I return Preston's letter. This man is merely a "fee snatcher"; there are many such on this side -- and probably the genus is not unknown in Australia! Even supposing "The Careful Search" he proposes to make on payment of several guineas resulted in any material facts coming to light, he would want you to undertake to pay a heavy percentage on any monies recovered. If the money is recoverable, there are more reliable and much cheaper methods of proceeding, the best of which is to instruct a decent solicitor -- who would by virtue of his profession have access to the same records that Preston and his ilk have, and who would be infinitely more likely to advise you at an early stage if they saw the likelyhood of any advantage accruing. Be assured that I will advise you if at any time I get hold of information.
You say you think it probable that my uncle (E.H.V.D.) has not given you as much information as he might. I rather think you are mistaken in his. I should say that he is of a peculiarly frank disposition & unlikely to with-hold anything that may be of interest to you, even tho' he doesn't profit by it, while if he is likely to profit by the possession of certain knowledge relating to the D -- K business obviously his interests, and yours, and those of the family in general are identical, and it would be ridiculous for him to with-hold anything.
Regarding the properties at one time held by Major J.K.D. referred to in yours. The Garrison Estate was sold -- with other possessions in North of Ireland, about 1836 to a relative one of the Archdalls -- I believe (but on this point my uncle could perhaps give you more information) and the Essex property was sold in 1790 (or thereabouts) to a man with whose descendants I am on somewhat intimate -- or anyrate, friendly terms.
I have a draft of the Conveyance of this Essex property in my possession, so you may dismiss that entirely from your calculation. Regarding the other property, I am given to understand that the Major was involved in a heavy lawsuit and to all appearances he came off second best. This being so, it is unlikely that his descendants could at this distance in time upset the legal decision. So it appears to us that your interest -- and possibly the interests of the whole of the Major's descendants -- are confined to anything he had after his defeat in the Law Courts.
I should say from what I know of his life that the Major died intestate. I mean that he was at loggerheads with his 2nd wife, and it is hardly likely that he would leave his affairs in good trim! This is merely a surmise. He died at Abbeville, France, sometime in the early 50's, I think.
We should be glad to hear from your daughter, as you suggest, and my mother would be willing to enter into a correspondance.
If you like to keep me informed of any steps with the K--D business which come directly under your notice I will do what I can to assist, but at present my advice is to leave Preston and similar concerns severely alone. I have written at some length, but I hope my letter is intelligible.
Yours sincerely,
E.H.H. Stott
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     Edward Henry Hussey Stott received a letter from Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar dated 22 October 1912. My dear Ted
     Just a few lines to let you know how I seem to be. After having had 32 visits (June-Sept) from the Doctor I was able to resume work 6 weeks age and have been at it every day without any break and have not experienced any unusual effects. So probably I turned the corner and may get thro' a couple of years on salary. After that I may hang out for an average time. I consulted the leading Brisbane Dr. He told me I would have to live according to rule and to bear in mind that I am over 60 as well as over 50. Let Mother know and tell her to write to Jeannie.
     Did the Ceylon man call to see you? Did John of Penshurst send you his photograph? I hear from all the Australian branches fairly regularly, as represented by some 6 individuals, Of course there are some of the family I do not want to see until the Killigrew millions are divided amongst us. I would give all my share of those same millions for £2000 now. With that sum I might and probably should, enjoy another 20 years life and fair heath. The teaching may cause my collapse at any time. Teaching is not pleasant under ordinary circumstances, but owing to changes in the curriculum here during the past 8 or 9 years, it has become anticipatory of Hell to the older teachers, more specially the Irishmen of the service.
     Love to all. Let me have a few lines acknowledging this.
     Your affectionate uncle
     E H V Dunbar
     [To] E H H Stott, 41 Sholebroke View, Leeds
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     Edward died of wounds on 3 September 1917 in France aged 39. He was serving in the Machine Gun Corps (2nd Lt) and his army medals were sent to his widow at "Springfield', Mandeville Rd, Saffron Waldon, Essex.

Florence Margaret Vivian Stott

(28 June 1876 - 4 October 1954)
     Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was born on 28 June 1876 in Springfield, Essex, England. She was the daughter of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was christened on 4 August 1876 in All Saints, Springfield, Essex. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex. Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was listed as Carstin Henry Meyer's stepdaughter in the 1901 census in 28 Wyndham Rd, East Ham, Middlesex.
     Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was recorded on the 1911 census in Epsom, Surrey. STOTT, Florence Margaret Vivian, Servant, Single, aged 33, Linemaid at Epsom College, born Essex Chelmsford.
     Florence died on 4 October 1954 in Lewisham, Kent, aged 78.
     Her will was proved on 4 December 1954 in Bodmin, Cornwall. Stott, Florence Margaret Vivian of 8 Queenswood-road, Lewisham, Kent, spinster, died 4 Oct 1954 at The Lewisham Hopsital, Lewisham. Probate granted to Fairlea Marjorie Stott, widow. Effects £805 4s 8d.