James Smith

Male, CreeID#7551
His daughter Agnes Annie Smith was born in 1862 or 1863.1,2

James Smith was a compositor on 8 July 1884.3

Child of James Smith

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, from age at death GRO Ref Vol 6a p 2057.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from age at marriage).
  3. [S78] Certificate held or seen, This is from the marriage certificate of his daughter Agnes.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Johansen Cree

Male, CreeID#7552, (13 October 1784 - 21 March 1788)
ChartsLine 5. The County Clare line
William Johansen Cree arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1784 with John Cree and Carolina Matilda Fix. John Cree had sailed as supercargo of the Danish registered ship, the Christianus Septimus, whose formal owner was the Head Factor at Serampore, Johan Leonhard Fix. The real owner was the Anglo-Indian rice merchant Thomas Mercer and the supercargo was Fix's son-in-law and Asiatic Company's supplier of cloths, John Cree, who in the following years was to play such a prominent part in the illicit British India trade under the Danish and Genoese flags. James Cree and Eleanor Cree probably travelled with them too.1 William Johansen Cree was born on 13 October 1784 in at sea.2,3 He was the son of John Cree and Carolina Matilda Fix. William Johansen Cree was baptised on 15 December 1784 in the house of Etatsråd Schneider, Copenhagen, Denmark. Abraham Schneider was described as "Klædefabrikant og Kjøbmand Etatsraad Schneider" (Cloth Manufacturer and Merchant State Councillor Schneider). He was baled out by the Danish government to the tune of 130,000 rdl in May 1783 but went bankrupt all the same in August.

The baptism is recorded by Family Search as being at the Dentyske Reformerte Menighed (German Reformed Congregation), Copenhagen.3,4

William Johansen Cree died on 21 March 1788 in Romford, Essex, England. His gravestone reads, "Here lies the body of Master William Cree, Son and Heir of John Cree, Esqr, [of] Thornhill in the County of Dorset, Born the [...]ctober 1784 And died a[t Ro]mford in Essex, the 21 Day of March 1788: Aged 3 years, 5 months and 8 days. A Child Remarkable for his Beauty and Attractions."2 He was buried in Church of St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex, England.2

References

  1. [S386] Ole Feldbaek, India Trade under the Danish flag 1772 - 1808: European enterprise and Anglo-Indian remittance and trade (Copenhagen: Studentlitteratur, 1969), pp 96-97.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Sylvia (no surname given), 8 May 2011, quoting his gravestone inscription from the churchyard of St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex.
  3. [S405] Personalhistorisk tidsskrift (Personal History magazine) (Samfundet for dansk genealogi og personalhistorie, 1937), Volume 1936-1937.
  4. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XYD2-KZ8
Last edited2 Jan 2022

Mary Cunningham

Female, CreeID#7553, (1867 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Mary Cunningham was born in 1867 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of Dennis Cunningham and Catherine Leckie.

Mary Cunningham was a mill worker - a wool winder on 9 May 1884 in 53 Fore Street, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.2

Mary Cunningham married William Cree, son of Thomas Cree and Margaret McCluskie, on 9 May 1884 in St Josephs Church, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. William was 22 years old and signed with his mark. Mary was 19. They were the great-grandparents of Peter Martin. He writes, "I have an aunt that recalls that Mary was quite a lady and dressed of the best. She always wore a bonnet or hat and a long flowing dress or skirt."1,3

Her son George Cree was born in 1887 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.1

Her daughter Margaret Cree was born in 1891 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.1,4

Her daughter Catherine Cree was born in 1894 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.1

Her son Joseph Cree was born in 1898 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.1,5

Her son Archibald Cree was born in 1901 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.6,1

Mary Cunningham married John Cameron after 1905.7

I have an aunt that recalls that Mary was quite a lady and dressed of the best. She always wore a bonnet or hat and a long flowing dress or skirt.1

Children of Mary Cunningham and William Cree

Family: Mary Cunningham and John Cameron

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/199. Marriage cert.
  3. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/199.
  4. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GROS Ref 597/224.
  5. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 597/861.
  6. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 597/167.
  7. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011, "Joseph was brought up in Coatbridge as his mother Mary Cunningham moved there with her second husband John Cameron. The children still retained the Cree surname."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

George Cree

Male, CreeID#7554, (1887 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
George Cree was born in 1887 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of William Cree and Mary Cunningham.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Margaret Cree

Female, CreeID#7555, (1891 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Margaret Cree was born in 1891 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1,2 She was the daughter of William Cree and Mary Cunningham.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
  2. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GROS Ref 597/224.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#7556, (1894 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Catherine Cree was born in 1894 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of William Cree and Mary Cunningham.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Joseph Cree

Male, CreeID#7557, (1898 - 11 February 1941)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Joseph Cree was born in 1898 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1,2 He was the son of William Cree and Mary Cunningham.

His father William Cree died on 21 March 1904 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.1,3

Joseph Cree was living in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Peter Martin writes, "Joseph was brought up in Coatbridge as his mother Mary Cunningham moved there with her second husband John Cameron. The children still retained the Cree surname."1

Joseph Cree was a miner.1

His son William Cree was born in 1924 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.4

Joseph Cree married Mary Young on 15 February 1924 in St Patricks Church, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. (Possible other children: Daniel 1924; Robert 1928; Alice 1933.)5,6

His daughter Mary Cree was born in 1925 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.7

His daughter Theresa Cree died in 1927 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.8

His daughter Theresa Cree was born in 1927 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.9

Joseph Cree died on 11 February 1941 in Harthill Asylum, Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Peter Martin writes, "Joseph Cree was my grandfather however I never knew him... He was a miner and I am informed that it was quite common for some form of mental illness to take hold of miners working in cramped conditions at the coal face." His age was recorded as 40 years.1,10

Children of Joseph Cree and Mary Young

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
  2. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GROS Ref 597/861.
  3. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 127/2 or 556/2 However both show age 2 so perhaps a rare transcripton error?
  4. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 521.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011, "My Gran Mary Cree had hinted many years prior to her death in 1967 that the Crees were in fact a Presbyterian family, however such is the passage of time that this was looked upon as waffle."
  6. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2/48.
  7. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 1227.
  8. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 491.
  9. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 360.
  10. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref Calderhead 626B/36.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Archibald Cree

Male, CreeID#7558, (1901 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Archibald Cree was born in 1901 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1,2 He was the son of William Cree and Mary Cunningham.

References

  1. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GROS Ref 597/167.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

John Cameron

Male, CreeID#7559
John Cameron married Mary Cunningham, daughter of Dennis Cunningham and Catherine Leckie, after 1905.1

Family: John Cameron and Mary Cunningham

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011, "Joseph was brought up in Coatbridge as his mother Mary Cunningham moved there with her second husband John Cameron. The children still retained the Cree surname."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Mary Young

Female, CreeID#7560, (5 April 1903 - 1967)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1794 Kilmarnock (2)
Mary Young was born on 5 April 1903 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1

Her son William Cree was born in 1924 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.2

Mary Young married Joseph Cree, son of William Cree and Mary Cunningham, on 15 February 1924 in St Patricks Church, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. (Possible other children: Daniel 1924; Robert 1928; Alice 1933.)3,4

Her daughter Mary Cree was born in 1925 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.5

Her daughter Theresa Cree died in 1927 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.6

Her daughter Theresa Cree was born in 1927 in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.7

Her husband Joseph Cree died on 11 February 1941 in Harthill Asylum, Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1,8

Mary Young died in 1967.9

Children of Mary Young and Joseph Cree

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011.
  2. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GROS Ref 652/2 p 521.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin 9 May 2011, "My Gran Mary Cree had hinted many years prior to her death in 1967 that the Crees were in fact a Presbyterian family, however such is the passage of time that this was looked upon as waffle."
  4. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2/48.
  5. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 1227.
  6. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 491.
  7. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref 652/2 p 360.
  8. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GROS Ref Calderhead 626B/36.
  9. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Peter Martin, 17 April 2011. He is Mary's grandson.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

(---) Quinn

Female, CreeID#7563
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Lewis W Shedden

Male, CreeID#7564, (c February 1853 - )
Lewis W Shedden was born c February 1853 in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, England.1,2

Lewis W Shedden married Alice Mary Maria Whyte c May 1873 in Chelsea Reg Dist, London, England.3

Lewis W Shedden was a Lieutenant in the Hants Militia Infantry.1

His daughter Ella Marie Montagu Shedden was born c May 1880 in Lymington Reg Dist, Hampshire, England.4

On 3 April 1881 Lewis W Shedden and Alice Mary Maria Whyte were living in St Austins House, Boldre, Hampshire, England, along with Ella Marie Montagu Shedden.1

Child of Lewis W Shedden and Alice Mary Maria Whyte

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/1190 p 12.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), New Forest Reg. Dist. GRO Ref Vol 2b p 529.
  3. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1a p 476.
  4. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 2b p 665.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Alice Mary Maria Whyte

Female, CreeID#7565, (c November 1845 - )
Alice Mary Maria Whyte was born c November 1845 in Marylebone Reg Dist, London, England.1

Alice Mary Maria Whyte married Lewis W Shedden c May 1873 in Chelsea Reg Dist, London, England.2

Her daughter Ella Marie Montagu Shedden was born c May 1880 in Lymington Reg Dist, Hampshire, England.3

On 3 April 1881 Alice Mary Maria Whyte and Lewis W Shedden were living in St Austins House, Boldre, Hampshire, England, along with Ella Marie Montagu Shedden.1

Child of Alice Mary Maria Whyte and Lewis W Shedden

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/1190 p 12.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1a p 476.
  3. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 2b p 665.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Samuel Austin Robinson

Male, CreeID#7566
Samuel Austin Robinson married Sarah Moor, daughter of Henrietta Moor, c May 1854 in Stone Reg Dist, Staffordshire, England.1,2

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Ref Vol 6b p 61.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref 6b p 61.
Last edited11 Jan 2020

Henrietta Moor

Female, CreeID#7567
Her daughter Sarah Moor was born on 7 February 1813 in Bilston, Staffordshire, England.1,2

Child of Henrietta Moor

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), from age 64 at death, GRO Ref 6b p 30.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Eliza Cree

Female, CreeID#7568, (c November 1838 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 42 Pinxton
Eliza Cree was born c November 1838 in Millmeece, Staffordshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of James Cree and Sarah Moor.

On 6 June 1841 Eliza Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Sarah Moor in Millmeece, Staffordshire, along with Ann Cree, Charlotte Cree and Charlotte Brown. James and Sarah's ages (rounded) were given as 25; Ann was 5, Charlottte 4, and Eliza 2. James's mother was shown as 55 years old.3

On 30 March 1851 Eliza Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Sarah Moor in Millmeece, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, England, along with Charlotte Brown. James was again shown as a wheelwright. He was now 39, Sarah was 35, Eliza 12 and James's mother Charlotte 67.2

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Ref Vol 17 p 183 (Stone Reg Dist).
  2. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Ref HO107/2000 f411.
  3. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Ref HO107/988/14.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

James Mellor

Male, CreeID#7569, (1832 or 1833 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 61 Stockport
James Mellor was born in 1832 or 1833 in Stockport, Cheshire, England.1

James Mellor married Maria Cree, daughter of James Cree and Mary Hill, on 24 September 1854 in the parish church, Stockport, Lancashire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Hannah Cree. Henry William Lomas was also a witness. Maria was "of Edgley Brow."2,3

On 3 April 1881 James Mellor and Maria Cree were living in 151 Chestergate, Stockport, Cheshire, England. James was a hatter's dyer aged 48; Maria was a provision dealer aged 46. Their son James Henry was a Grocers Assistant aged 17. A granddaughter Maria Broadbent, aged 4, was also present.1

Family: James Mellor and Maria Cree

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3477 p 23.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 8a p 132.
  3. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), England, Andrews Newspaper Index Cards, 1790-1976.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Maria Cree (married surname)

Female, CreeID#7570, (1847 or 1848 - c August 1890)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 58 Mansfield
Maria Cree (married surname) was also known as Mary Ann Caless. She was born in 1847 or 1848 in Scrooby, Linciolnshire, England.1

Maria Cree (married surname) married William Cree, son of Henry Cree. No record of the marriage has been found but Maria is shown as William's wife in the 1881 Census.1

Her daughter Maria E Cree was born c May 1867 in Hull, Yorkshire, England.1,2

Her son Frederick James Cree was born c March 1869 in Hull, Yorkshire.1,3

On 2 April 1871 Maria Cree (married surname) and William Cree were living in 6 West Dock Terrace, Walker Street, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England, along with Maria E Cree and Frederick James Cree. James was aged 26, and a fish merchant born in Worksop. Maria was 26 and born in Scorbro, Lincs. Maria E Cree was 4 and Frederick J Cree was 2. They were born in Hull.4

On 3 April 1881 Maria Cree (married surname) and William Cree were living in 74 Effingham St, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, along with Maria E Cree and Frederick James Cree. William was a fishmonger aged 36 and Maria was 33. Maria E Cree was 15, Frderick was 12 and there was a 26-year-old cousin, coal miner Thomas Newbould, living or staying with them.1

Maria Cree (married surname) died c August 1890 in Rotherham Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. She was 42.5

Children of Maria Cree (married surname) and William Cree

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4672 p 25.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Sculcoates Reg Dist. GRO Ref Vol 9d p118.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Sculcoates Reg Dist. GRO Ref Vol 9d p150.
  4. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4794 f 107.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 9c p381.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Maria E Cree

Female, CreeID#7571, (c May 1867 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 58 Mansfield
Maria E Cree was born c May 1867 in Hull, Yorkshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname).

On 2 April 1871 Maria E Cree was living in the household of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname) in 6 West Dock Terrace, Walker Street, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England, along with Frederick James Cree. James was aged 26, and a fish merchant born in Worksop. Maria was 26 and born in Scorbro, Lincs. Maria E Cree was 4 and Frederick J Cree was 2. They were born in Hull.3

On 3 April 1881 Maria E Cree was living in the household of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname) in 74 Effingham St, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, along with Frederick James Cree. William was a fishmonger aged 36 and Maria was 33. Maria E Cree was 15, Frderick was 12 and there was a 26-year-old cousin, coal miner Thomas Newbould, living or staying with them.1

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4672 p 25.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Sculcoates Reg Dist. GRO Ref Vol 9d p118.
  3. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4794 f 107.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Frederick James Cree

Male, CreeID#7572, (c March 1869 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 58 Mansfield
Frederick James Cree was born c March 1869 in Hull, Yorkshire, England.1,2 He was the son of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname). Frederick James Cree was baptised on 4 April 1869 in Groves and Holborne St, Hull, Yorkshire, England.3

On 2 April 1871 Frederick James Cree was living in the household of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname) in 6 West Dock Terrace, Walker Street, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England, along with Maria E Cree. James was aged 26, and a fish merchant born in Worksop. Maria was 26 and born in Scorbro, Lincs. Maria E Cree was 4 and Frederick J Cree was 2. They were born in Hull.4

On 3 April 1881 Frederick James Cree was living in the household of William Cree and Maria Cree (married surname) in 74 Effingham St, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, along with Maria E Cree. William was a fishmonger aged 36 and Maria was 33. Maria E Cree was 15, Frderick was 12 and there was a 26-year-old cousin, coal miner Thomas Newbould, living or staying with them.1

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4672 p 25.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Sculcoates Reg Dist. GRO Ref Vol 9d p150.
  3. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NT5Z-PHD
  4. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4794 f 107.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Elizabeth Raw

Female, CreeID#7574, (c November 1849 - )
ChartsLine 3. The Tyneside line
Chart 3311 Newcastle
Chart 3333 Evenwood
Elizabeth Raw was born c November 1849 in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham, England.1,2

Elizabeth Raw married John Henry Cree, son of Henry Cree and Elizabeth Towers, c May 1867 in Auckland Reg Dist, County Durham, England.3

Her son John William Cree was born c February 1868 in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham.4

Her son Henry Cree was born c November 1870 in Toft Hill, Evenwood, County Durham, England.5,6

Her son Christopher Cree was born c February 1878 in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham.1,7

On 3 April 1881 Elizabeth Raw and John Henry Cree were living in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham, along with John William Cree, Henry Cree and Christopher Cree. John was a coal miner aged 35 and Elizabeth was 34. John W Cree was a coal miner at 13 years of age. Henry, 11, was a scholar and Christopher was aged 3.1

Her son Adam Cree was born c August 1881 in Toft Hill, County Durham, England.8,9

Her son Towers Cree was born c August 1889 in Etherley, County Durham, England.10

On 5 April 1891 Elizabeth Raw and John Henry Cree were living in Oaks, Evenwood, County Durham, England, along with Christopher Cree, Adam Cree, Towers Cree and Henry Cree. John H Cree was aged 42 and a coalminer while Elizabeth was 43. Henry at 20 was also a coalminer. Christopher was 13, Adam 9 and Towers was one year old.11

On 31 March 1901 Elizabeth Raw and John Henry Cree were living in Oaks House, Evenwood, County Durham, England, along with Adam Cree and Towers Cree. "John Hy Cree" was a coal miner (hewer) aged 54 and his wife Elizabeth was 53. Their sone were Adam aged 19, a coal miner (onsetter) and Towers aged 11. Living next door were John's son Christopher and family.12

Children of Elizabeth Raw and John Henry Cree

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4929 p 38.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 24 p 21 (Auckland+).
  3. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 10a p 298.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 10a p 244.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Phil Cree, 1 June 1990.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, B296.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 10a p 254.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 10a p 222.
  9. [S419] Website, Aycliffe Village Local History Society http://www.aycliffehistory.org.uk/html/AdamCree.html
  10. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 10a p 228.
  11. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, RG12; Piece: 4077; Folio: 73.
  12. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, RG13/4654 f 15 p 21.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Christopher Cree

Male, CreeID#7575, (c February 1878 - c February 1976)
ChartsLine 3. The Tyneside line
Chart 3333 Evenwood
Christopher Cree was born c February 1878 in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham, England.1,2 He was the son of John Henry Cree and Elizabeth Raw.

On 3 April 1881 Christopher Cree was living in the household of John Henry Cree and Elizabeth Raw in Toft Hill, Evenwood & Barony, County Durham, along with John William Cree and Henry Cree. John was a coal miner aged 35 and Elizabeth was 34. John W Cree was a coal miner at 13 years of age. Henry, 11, was a scholar and Christopher was aged 3.1

On 5 April 1891 Christopher Cree was living in the household of John Henry Cree and Elizabeth Raw in Oaks, Evenwood, County Durham, England, along with Adam Cree, Towers Cree and Henry Cree. John H Cree was aged 42 and a coalminer while Elizabeth was 43. Henry at 20 was also a coalminer. Christopher was 13, Adam 9 and Towers was one year old.3

Christopher Cree married Elizabeth Ann Alderson c August 1899 in Teesdale Reg Dist, County Durham, England.4,5

His daughter Patricia Cree was born c August 1900 in Evenwood, County Durham, England.6,7

On 31 March 1901 Christopher Cree and Elizabeth Ann Alderson were living in Oaks House, Evenwood, County Durham, England, along with Patricia Cree. Christopher was a coal miner (hewer) aged 23 while his wife Elizabeth was 22. Patricia was aged 7 months.6

Christopher Cree died c February 1976 in Leeds Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. (This death date is problematic. The death index gives the birth date as 16 Apr 1898 but there is no other Christopher Cree born in the 19th Century so it may be an error for 1878.)8

Child of Christopher Cree and Elizabeth Ann Alderson

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4929 p 38.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 10a p 254.
  3. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, RG12; Piece: 4077; Folio: 73.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 10a p 477.
  5. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk).
  6. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, RG13/4654 f 15 p 21.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 10a p 282.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 5 p 951.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Emma Cree

Female, CreeID#7577, (c February 1849 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 58 Mansfield
Emma Cree was born c February 1849 in Worksop Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England.1 She was the daughter of William Cree and Emma Alexander.

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 15 p 716.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Richard Wadkin Parker

Male, CreeID#7578, (c August 1852 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 64 Newark on Trent
Richard Wadkin Parker was born c August 1852 in Southwell Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England.1

Richard Wadkin Parker married Ann Cree, daughter of James Cree and Susan Watkin, c February 1875 in Southwell Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire.2

References

  1. [S3] Certificate of Birth, Marriage or Death held in Cree Archives, GRO Ref 15/673. There other possible birth events.
  2. [S3] Certificate held, GRO Ref 7b p 237 including one at Southwell RD in March qtr 1847.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Charles Herring

Male, CreeID#7579, (c February 1854 - c February 1899)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 58 Mansfield
Charles Herring was born c February 1854 in Hull Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1,2

Charles Herring married Ruth Cree, daughter of Joseph Cree and Jane Butler, c February 1876 in Mansfield Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England.3

On 3 April 1881 Charles Herring and Ruth Cree were living in 11 Foley Place, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England. Charles was an agent for the Midland Railway, aged 27, and Ruth was aged 29. No children were recorded in the Census.2

Charles Herring died c February 1899 in Basford Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England. He was aged 43.4

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 9d p 151.
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/2730 p 17.
  3. [S3] Certificate of Birth, Marriage or Death held in Cree Archives, GRO Ref 7b p 66.
  4. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 7b p 154.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Mark Cook

Male, CreeID#7580, (1853 or 1854 - c August 1919)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 64 Newark on Trent
Mark Cook was born in 1853 or 1854.

Mark Cook married Maria Cree, daughter of James Cree and Susan Watkin, in 1893 in Basford Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England.1

Mark Cook died c August 1919 in Basford Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire. He was 65.2

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, M299.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 7b p 131.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Agnes Ann Fricker

Female, CreeID#7581, (1858 or 1859 - c August 1888)
ChartsBranch 10b. The Forteviot branch
Agnes Ann Fricker was born in 1858 or 1859 in South Shields Reg Dist, County Durham, England.1 She was the daughter of Margaret Fricker (married name).

Agnes Ann Fricker married John Thomas Cree, son of Peter Campbell Crie and Elizabeth Cawthorn, c November 1881 in South Shields Reg Dist, County Durham.2

Her son Peter Campbell Cree was born on 6 September 1882 in South Shields, County Durham, England.3,4

Her daughter Mary Catherine Cree was born on 11 May 1884 in South Shields, County Durham.3,4

Her son George Cawthorne Cree was born on 22 September 1886 in South Shields, County Durham.3,4

Agnes Ann Fricker died c August 1888 in South Shields Reg Dist, County Durham. She was aged 29.5

Children of Agnes Ann Fricker and John Thomas Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), From age at death - 29. There is no birth of a Fricker in S Shields in FreeBMD. The closest match is an Agnes Fricker born in Frome, Somerset, c Nov 1857 (Vol 5c p 533).
  2. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref 10a p 1062.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 12 Oct 2011.
  4. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  5. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 10a p 3_6.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Charles Cowle

Male, CreeID#7582, (24 October 1790 - )
Charles Cowle was born on 24 October 1790 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1,2 He was the son of Charles Cowle and Isabel Kneale.

Charles Cowle married Isabella Edmonds on 6 January 1816 in Andreas. She was named as Isabella McMaghon or Edmonds.3

His daughter Mary Ann Cowle was born in 1818 or 1819 in Andreas.4

His daughter Eliza Cowle was born in 1819 or 1820 in Andreas.5

His son Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was born on 21 August 1821 in Andreas.6,7

His daughter Edward Edmonds Cowle was born in 1824 or 1825 in Andreas.8

On 7 June 1841 Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds were living in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle, Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.9

On 30 March 1851 Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds were living in Ballaghaue House, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle and Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle. Charles was aged 61 and "Farming 217 acres employing 6 labourers." Jane was his step-daughter aged 38, unmarried and a "Lieutenant's daughter." Mary, 32, Eliza, 31, and Charles H E Cowle, 29, were all unmarried. Also living in the household were various staff.10,11

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including James Terence McMahon, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Eliza Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.12

Children of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 61 in 1851).
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  3. [S85] IGI, Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record.
  4. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 32 in 1851).
  5. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 31 in 1851).
  6. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 29 in 1851).
  7. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  8. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 26 in 1851).
  9. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  10. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  11. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoing Isle of Man Census and other records.
  12. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
Last edited23 Feb 2020

Isabella Edmonds

Female, CreeID#7583, (1783 or 1784 - )
ChartsLine 5. The County Clare line
Isabella Edmonds was born in 1783 or 1784 in Dublin, Ireland.1,2

Isabella Edmonds married James McMahon, son of Terence McMahon and Rachel Longworth, on 6 January 1803 in St Peter's, Dublin, Ireland.3

Her son James Terence McMahon was born in 1811 in Bride, Isle of Man.4

Her daughter Isabella Ellen McMahon was born between 1811 and 1814 in Ireland.5

Her daughter Jane Rachael McMahon was born in 1812 or 1813 in Dublin.1

Isabella Edmonds married Charles Cowle, son of Charles Cowle and Isabel Kneale, on 6 January 1816 in Andreas, Isle of Man. She was named as Isabella McMaghon or Edmonds.6

Her daughter Mary Ann Cowle was born in 1818 or 1819 in Andreas.7

Her daughter Eliza Cowle was born in 1819 or 1820 in Andreas.8

Her son Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was born on 21 August 1821 in Andreas.9,10

Her daughter Edward Edmonds Cowle was born in 1824 or 1825 in Andreas.11

On 7 June 1841 Isabella Edmonds and Charles Cowle were living in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle, Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.12

On 30 March 1851 Isabella Edmonds and Charles Cowle were living in Ballaghaue House, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle and Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle. Charles was aged 61 and "Farming 217 acres employing 6 labourers." Jane was his step-daughter aged 38, unmarried and a "Lieutenant's daughter." Mary, 32, Eliza, 31, and Charles H E Cowle, 29, were all unmarried. Also living in the household were various staff.1,13

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including James Terence McMahon, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Eliza Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.14

Children of Isabella Edmonds and James McMahon

Children of Isabella Edmonds and Charles Cowle

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, The only reliable birth record of an Isabella Edmonds anywhere in Britain or Ireland is a baptism on 6 May 1785 at Saint Martin In The Fields, Westminster, daughter of Richard and Frances Edmonds. There is no evidence to suggest that thgis is our Isabella who claimed Irish birth at the 1841 and 1851 Censuses.
  3. [S85] IGI, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  4. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  5. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011. Isabella was shown as aged aged 25 but ages were round down to the next 5 years. She must have been at least 27 since her father died in January 1814.
  6. [S85] IGI, Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record.
  7. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 32 in 1851).
  8. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 31 in 1851).
  9. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 29 in 1851).
  10. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  11. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 26 in 1851).
  12. [S192] UK Census 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  13. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoing Isle of Man Census and other records.
  14. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
Last edited23 Feb 2020

Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle

Male, CreeID#7584, (21 August 1821 - 18 August 1895)
Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was born on 21 August 1821 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1,2 He was the son of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds.

On 7 June 1841 Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.3

On 30 March 1851 Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Ballaghaue House, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Eliza Cowle. Charles was aged 61 and "Farming 217 acres employing 6 labourers." Jane was his step-daughter aged 38, unmarried and a "Lieutenant's daughter." Mary, 32, Eliza, 31, and Charles H E Cowle, 29, were all unmarried. Also living in the household were various staff.4,5

On 7 April 1861 Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle was living in Ballaugh, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon and Mary Ann Cowle. Charles was "Farming 220 acres employing 9 men/2 boys." This seems likley to be the 220 acres farmed by his father in 1851. His step-sister Jane, 49, and sister Mary, 42, were unmarried.6,7
Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle held the office of member of the House of Keys which was dissolved in 1866.8
Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle held the office of "Justice of the Peace for this Island and was seventeen years Captain of this Parish" in Andreas in 1895.8

Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle died on 18 August 1895 in Andreas.8

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 29 in 1851).
  2. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  3. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  4. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoing Isle of Man Census and other records.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoting 1861 Census.
  7. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, Ballaugh, Isle of Man.
  8. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
Last edited4 Feb 2020

Mary Ann Cowle

Female, CreeID#7585, (1818 or 1819 - before November 1893)
Mary Ann Cowle was born in 1818 or 1819 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1 She was the daughter of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds.

On 7 June 1841 Mary Ann Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Eliza Cowle, Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.2

On 30 March 1851 Mary Ann Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Ballaghaue House, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon, Eliza Cowle and Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle. Charles was aged 61 and "Farming 217 acres employing 6 labourers." Jane was his step-daughter aged 38, unmarried and a "Lieutenant's daughter." Mary, 32, Eliza, 31, and Charles H E Cowle, 29, were all unmarried. Also living in the household were various staff.3,4

On 7 April 1861 Mary Ann Cowle was living in the household of Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle in Ballaugh, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon. Charles was "Farming 220 acres employing 9 men/2 boys." This seems likley to be the 220 acres farmed by his father in 1851. His step-sister Jane, 49, and sister Mary, 42, were unmarried.5,6

On 2 April 1871 Mary Ann Cowle was living in Ballaugh. Mary, 52, and Jane, 61, were both described as annuitants.7

On 3 April 1881 Mary Ann Cowle was living in Ballakaneen, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Eliza Cowle and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary, 65, and Eliza, 61, were "retired farmer's daughters" whereas Jane, 72, was a "retired Doctor's daughter." This belies her description as Mary's sister and confirms that she was her sister-in-law.8

Mary Ann Cowle died before November 1893.9

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including James Terence McMahon, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Eliza Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.10

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 32 in 1851).
  2. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  3. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoing Isle of Man Census and other records.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoting 1861 Census.
  6. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, Ballaugh, Isle of Man.
  7. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, Ballaugh, Isle of Man.
  8. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  9. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  10. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
Last edited4 Feb 2020

Eliza Cowle

Female, CreeID#7586, (1819 or 1820 - after November 1893)
Eliza Cowle was born in 1819 or 1820 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1 She was the daughter of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds.

On 7 June 1841 Eliza Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Mary Ann Cowle, Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.2

On 30 March 1851 Eliza Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Ballaghaue House, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle. Charles was aged 61 and "Farming 217 acres employing 6 labourers." Jane was his step-daughter aged 38, unmarried and a "Lieutenant's daughter." Mary, 32, Eliza, 31, and Charles H E Cowle, 29, were all unmarried. Also living in the household were various staff.3,4

On 3 April 1881 Eliza Cowle was living in the household of Mary Ann Cowle in Ballakaneen, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary, 65, and Eliza, 61, were "retired farmer's daughters" whereas Jane, 72, was a "retired Doctor's daughter." This belies her description as Mary's sister and confirms that she was her sister-in-law.5

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including James Terence McMahon, Edward Edmonds Cowle, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Mary Ann Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.6

Eliza Cowle died after November 1893.7

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 31 in 1851).
  2. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  3. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 17 May 2011, quoing Isle of Man Census and other records.
  5. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  6. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
  7. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Edward Edmonds Cowle

Female, CreeID#7587, (1824 or 1825 - before November 1893)
Edward Edmonds Cowle was born in 1824 or 1825 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1 She was the daughter of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds.

On 7 June 1841 Edward Edmonds Cowle was living in the household of Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds in Balagaue, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Mary Ann Cowle, Eliza Cowle, Charles Hamilton Edmonds Cowle, Isabella Ellen McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon. Mary Ann was shown as Margaret, but at 20 years old she must be the same. Ages however seem to have been rounded down to the next 5 years. All were born in the Isle of Man except Isabella Cowle and her daughter Isabel McMahon, who were born in Ireland. Missing from the household were James Terence McMahon and Jane Rachael McMahon who were now about 30 years old.2

On 30 March 1851 Edward Edmonds Cowle was living in Parliament Street, Andreas, Isle of Man, along with Isabella Ellen McMahon. Edward was aged 26, unmarried, and a "Draper employing 3 men/4 boys." Isabella was recorded as his sister, aged 34 and an annuitant. We think she was his step-sister. She was also shown as born Andreas but this is doubtful.3

Edward Edmonds Cowle died before November 1893.4

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including James Terence McMahon, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Eliza Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.5

References

  1. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 26 in 1851).
  2. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  3. [S149] UK Census 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man.
  4. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  5. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

James Terence McMahon

Male, CreeID#7588, (1811 - 27 May 1821)
ChartsLine 5. The County Clare line
James Terence McMahon was born in 1811 in Bride, Isle of Man. This birth record is significant as it shows that James's mother Isobella was in the Isle of Man well before her marriage to Charles Cowle.1 He was the son of James McMahon and Isabella Edmonds. James Terence McMahon was baptised on 20 November 1811 in Bride.2

His father James McMahon died on 29 January 1814.3,4

James Terence McMahon died on 27 May 1821. (I am suspicious about this Family Search record. If James died so young, why did he appear on the monument erected by his last surviving sister who was only two when he died? On the other hand he does not appear in the Cowle household in any Censuses.)1,5

A reredos in the chancel of the Parish Church, Andreas, Isle of Man, was erected by Eliza Cowle in November 1893 in memory of her parents Charles Cowle and Isabella Edmonds and of her brothers and sisters, including Edward Edmonds Cowle, Jane Rachael McMahon, Isabella Ellen McMahon, Mary Ann Cowle and Eliza Cowle. This is clear evidence that all those named had died by November 1893 and that Eliza was then still alive.6

References

  1. [S6] Monumental inscription, Memorial Tablet in Andreas Parish Church, Isle of Man.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Details extracted by Trevor Cree 17 May 2011.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 3 Aug 2009, quoting the Will of John Cree/McMahon of Owermoigne (d.1853).
  4. [S176] College of Arms Manuscript, Ref MS 10 D.14 209-210, 1815, transcript commissioned from the College by Trevor Cree, May 2014. See http://www.cree.name/archives/pedigree.htm, "Lost at sea 29 January 1814 on his passage to Dublin."
  5. [S85] IGI, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. No place of death was given so this record needs to be treated with caution.
  6. [S447] Posting on message board, by Donna J Douglass on Manx Genealogy Archive 2, 13 Sep 2007, quoting the inscription in the church at Andreas., "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of her parents CHARLES and ISABELLA COWLE of Ballaghaue and of her brothers and sisters, JAMES McMAHON, EDWARD EDMONDS COWLE, JANE RACHEL McMAHON, ISABELLA ELLEN McMAHON and MARY ANN COWLE the reredos in this chancel was erected by ELIZA COWLE November 1893."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Charles Cowle

Male, CreeID#7589
Charles Cowle married Isabel Kneale on 4 December 1784 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1

His son Charles Cowle was born on 24 October 1790 in Andreas.2,1

Child of Charles Cowle and Isabel Kneale

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  2. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 61 in 1851).
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Isabel Kneale

Female, CreeID#7590
Isabel Kneale married Charles Cowle on 4 December 1784 in Andreas, Isle of Man.1

Her son Charles Cowle was born on 24 October 1790 in Andreas.2,1

Child of Isabel Kneale and Charles Cowle

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record.
  2. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, Andreas, Isle of Man (from age 61 in 1851).
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Emma Mary Stone

Female, CreeID#7592, (1852 or 1853 - )
ChartsLine 5. The County Clare line
Emma Mary Stone was born in 1852 or 1853 in Bondleigh, Devon, England.1 She was the daughter of Rev George Stone and Georgiana Cree.

On 7 April 1861 Emma Mary Stone was living in the household of Georgiana Cree in 2 Cambridge Place, Clifton, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, along with George John Stone. Georgiana was a widow aged 48 and a landowner. George John was 10 and Emma was 8 years old. There was one servant in the household.1

Emma Mary Stone married an unknown person c August 1869 in Weymouth Reg Dist, Dorset, England. Her husband was Thomas Waites or Alfred William March but we cannot tell which without seeing the marriage certificate.2

References

  1. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 5a p 616.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

James McMahon

Male, CreeID#7593, (between 1748 and 1752 - January 1814)
ChartsLine 5. The County Clare line
James McMahon was born between 1748 and 1752.1 He was the son of James McMahon and Ellen Cree.

James McMahon married Ann Hardy, daughter of Thomas Hardy, on 11 January 1773 in St James, Westminster, London, England.2

In 1783 James McMahon was living in 43 Aungier Street, Dublin, Ireland. He was an apothecary.3

Between 1783 and 1794 James McMahon and Ann Hardy were living in 43 Aungier Street, Dublin. James was a churchwarden of St Peter and St Kevin's Church which was also in Aungier Street.4

His father James McMahon died c 12 March 1783 in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland.5,6

"Mr McMahon's Child, Aungier Street" was buried on 7 February 1789. Another child was buried on 30 Jan 1790. However we have now found that another McMahon family was in Aungier Street at this time, since an Alicia McMahon was baptised on 23 October 1789 as the daughter of Charles and Isabella McMahon.7

James McMahon of Aungier Street, Dublin, Ireland, was admitted a freeman of the city of Dublin at Easter 1790.8 He was an apothecary on 30 March 1792 in Aungier Street, Dublin.9

Mr James McMahon, Aungier-street, was admitted to the Society of United Irishmen of Dublin on 30 March 1792.10,9

On 4 June 1792 James McMahon was expelled from the Aldermen of Skinner's Alley of Dublin, Ireland, for having spoken disrespectfully of William III and the protestant ascendancy. He was compelled to quit Dublin in 1794 but had returned by 1797.

It is possible that he went to live in Ennis for a while. His father and namesake was born in Ennis and had died there in c1793. James may have adopted the name of his brother Terence McMahon who had died in Dublin in 1781 and whose two sons were in his charge. It is recorded that, Terence [MacMahon], an apothecary, was given the Freedom of Ennis in 1793, and became a market juror in 1794.

On 13th February 1797 Terence McMahon and other inhabitants of Ennis igned a letter to the Vice-Provost of that town showing that they were loyal servants of the King.11,12,13 In July 1794 John McMahon (alias Cree) and James McMahon were said to be "in the charge of" their uncle James McMahon. Their father Terence McMahon had died in 1781.14,15

James McMahon was mentioned in the will of John Cree dated 20 October 1795 at Thornhill, Stalbridge, Dorset, England. This explicitly revoked the will dated 16 July 1794, but was not accepted as lawful for the real estate. See the will of John Cree.16,17,18

On 20 October 1795 James McMahon and Ann Hardy were living in Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales. They were away from Dublin from 1794 to 1797, possibly in Ennis, County Clare at first, and then probably in Swansea, Glamorgan.19,20

James McMahon and Ann Hardy moved to London, England, in c 1798. In 1799 Ann Hardy offered to help the poet and balladeer Thomas Moore with his financial difficulties. It is clear that James McMahon moved in the same ex-patriate Irish circles as Moore. Since Moore was born in Aungier Street, Dublin, he and James probably knew each other there.21,22,23

In 1810 James McMahon and Ann Hardy, together with her two sisters and their husbands, sold the Castle, Smallberry Green, Isleworth, London, England, for £910.24

James McMahon died in January 1814 in County Dublin, Ireland. He died without issue.25,26 He was buried on 26 January 1814 in St Peters churchyard, Dublin, Ireland.1,27

In 1815 he was described as of Montpelier, County Dublin, Ireland.28

Family: James McMahon and Ann Hardy

References

  1. [S176] College of Arms Manuscript, Ref MS 10 D.14 209-210, 1815, transcript commissioned from the College by Trevor Cree, May 2014. See http://www.cree.name/archives/pedigree.htm, "died without issue January 1814 aet 62. Buried in St Peters Church Yard Dublin."
  2. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NV53-BY2
  3. [S460] Trade Directory "Watsons Almanack 1783 under Merchants and Traders Dublin."
  4. [S468] Ruan O'Donnell, Robert Emmet and the Rebellion of 1798 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press Ltd, 2003), p 90, "... the republican electorate for two years and had lived his whole life in the neighbourhood. Casual encounters with the McMahons were also highly likely given that James McMahon of 43 Aungier Street was churchwarden of St Peter and St Kevin's Church, which the Emmets attended in the 1790s. This man was acquainted with Thomas Addis..."
  5. [S176] College of Arms Manuscript, Ref MS 10 D.14 209-210, 1815, transcript commissioned from the College by Trevor Cree, May 2014. See http://www.cree.name/archives/pedigree.htm, also quoted in letter of 19 November 1981 from T Woodcock, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, to Mrs S M Cree of Soberton, Hants., "James McMahon of Ennis in the County of Clare died 1783 and was buried at Ennis."
  6. [S401] Hiberniam Journal, quoted by James P McMahon <e-mail address> in posting on Rootsweb McMahon-L list http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/McMAHON/…, "[Issue of] March 12, 1783. Died: at Ennis, in his 83rd year, James Mahon [sic]."
  7. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), "On 30 January 1790 "Mr McMahon's child [of] Angere St," was buried. On 19 November 1798 "Miss McMahon Aungier St." was buried."
  8. [S390] Website Irish Historical Studies (http://www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/), "McMahon (James). Aungier St. Apothecary.... Admitted freeman, Easter 1790. In 1791, sold for £300 the residue of the lease of a piece of ground in Merrion Sq. (Reg. Deeds). In 1793, had a row with the aldermen of."
  9. [S390] Website Irish Historical Studies (http://www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/).
  10. [S389] Theodore W. Moody Theobald Wolfe Tone, The writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone 1763-98. Vol 1. Tone's career in Ireland to June 1795 (Oxford: OUP, 1988), p 191, "Notice of a meeting of the Society of United Irishmen of Dublin on 30 March 1792.
    Are to meet at the Music-Hall, in Fishamble-street, on Friday Evening the 30th instant, at Eight o'Clock, to transact Business and ballot for the under-named Gentlemen.
    By Order
    T. W. Tone, Pro. Sec[retary]
    Dr J. Willan, Francis-street, proposed by Mr Riddal and Mr Esmond
    Mr James Davock, Pill-lane, proposed by Ditto and Ditto
    Mr James McMahon, Aungier-street, proposed by Ditto and Ditto."
  11. [S463] Brian Ó Dálaigh, "The Lucas diary 1740-41", Analecta Hibernica 40 (2007), Issues 17-18 1949, "On 4 June 1792 James McMahon was expelled from the Aldermen of Skinner's Alley for having spoken disrespectfully of William III and the protestant ascendancy."
  12. [S390] Website Irish Historical Studies (http://www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/), Volume 2. 1941, p 41, "McMahon (James). Aungier St. Apothecary. Admitted, 30 March 1792. Admitted freeman, Easter 1790. In 1791, sold for £300 the residue of the lease of a piece of ground in Merrion Sq. (Reg. Deeds). In 1793 had a row with the aldermen of Skinners Alley (Reb. Papers, 620/19/88; Barrington, Personal sketches, i, 249). In 1797 Higgins reported that McMahon, who three years before had been compelled to quit Dublin, had returned."
  13. [S419] Website, The Arthur’s of Ennistymon, http://thearthurfamilyoflimerickandclare.com/…
  14. [S45] Will held in Cree Archives, The 1794 will of John Cree (alias MacMahon).
  15. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 3 Aug 2009, quoting the will of Terence McMahon, from research correspondence of the late Dr G Ewart Cree.
  16. [S10] Will at Prerogative Court of Canturbury, Probate 26 February 1796, TNA Ref PROB 11/1271 Harris Quire Numbers: 49 - 97. This will was the subject of later disputes. See the reference to Chancery Court cases.
  17. [S178] Papers of Martin Cree of Owermoigne, Will of John McMahon/Cree dated 20 Oct 1795. See also the licence granted to his nephew John McMahon dated 8 June 1815 which refers to a codicil dated 20 October 1795.
  18. [S243] Francis Vesey Jun, Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, from the year 1789 to 1817. Vol VI (London: Samuel Brooke, 1827), p. 43 Godfrey v Davies 1801 (May 2,5).
  19. [S10] Will at Prerogative Court of Canturbury, Will of his uncle John Cree proved 26 February 1796, "To my Relation James Mac Mahon Esq of Swansea in South Wales..."
  20. [S390] Website Irish Historical Studies (http://www.irishhistoricalstudies.ie/), Volume 2. 1941, p 40, "McMahon (James). Aungier St. Apothecary... In 1797 Higgins reported that McMahon, who three years before had been compelled to quit Dublin, had returned."
  21. [S464] W S Dowden, The Letters of Thomas Moore: 1818-1847 (2 vols.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964), Page 941., "McMahon. A Dublin apothecary who had come to London before Moore arrived there. Mrs McMahon offered to lend Moore money to pay his fees at the Middle Temple. He did not accept the offer, but recorded the event in his Memoirs (see Russell, i.74)."
  22. [S465] Anon., "Lord John Russell's Memoirs of Moore," Dublin review: a quarterly and critical journal, 34 (March 1853). Hereinafter cited as "Memoirs of Moore."
  23. [S466] Ronan Kelly, Bard of Erin: The Life of Thomas Moore (London: Penguin, 2008), "It is no coincidence that Hume was an Irishman; like any immigrant, Moore gravitated towards people from home. There were the Mastersons for a start, who had played in his masque in Aungier Street, and a Mr McMahon, an apothocary ('as deep in the gallipots as ever') who tidied him over with a loan at one point."
  24. [S467] London Metropolitain Archives, Property Conveyance, 20 Mar 1810, ACC/0891/02/06/1606-1608, "Isleworth: The 'Castle', and messuage adjoining Smallberry Green.
    1. James McMahon of Dublin, apothecary, and Ann his wife, formerly Hardy
    3. Thomas Bray, apothecary, and Isabella his wife, formerly Hardy
    5. John Wright of Burlington Gardens, esq. and Catherine his wife, formerly Hardy
    8. Joseph Limpus of Smallberry Green, Isleworth, victualler
    Consideration: £910 in thirds to 1, 3 and 5
    Property: The 'Castle', Smallberry Green, to 8."
  25. [S16] Personal communication, Email, Trevor Cree, 14 March 2013, quoting the will of James's widow Ann, "I Anne McMahon of Cullonswood in the County of Dublin, Widow..."
  26. [S176] College of Arms Manuscript, Ref MS 10 D.14 209-210, 1815, transcript commissioned from the College by Trevor Cree, May 2014. See http://www.cree.name/archives/pedigree.htm, "James McMahon of Montpelier in the County of Dublin died without issue January 1814 aet 62. Buried in St Peters Church Yard Dublin."
  27. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, (St Peter, Church of Ireland.) Exact date is from the burial register, "age 65."
  28. [S176] College of Arms Manuscript, Ref MS 10 D.14 209-210, 1815, transcript commissioned from the College by Trevor Cree, May 2014. See http://www.cree.name/archives/pedigree.htm
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Robert Marshall

Male, CreeID#7594, (16 April 1687 - )
Robert Marshall was baptised on 16 April 1687 in Kilmaronock, Dunbartonshire, Scotland.1

Robert Marshall married Agnes McIntyre.

His daughter Rachel Marshall was born on 12 November 1712.2,3,4

Child of Robert Marshall and Agnes McIntyre

References

  1. [S70] Old Parochial Registers Index (Scotland) (Salt Lake City: LDS, 1992), However there are alternative records of his birth at other dates and places.
  2. [S118] Sheila A. Scott, Monumental Inscriptions pre 1855 of Upper Ward of Lanarkshire (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy, 1977), copied by Brian Lambie to Barbara Hafslund, "... died 12 November 1796 aged 85 years."
  3. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XYKK-NY8
  4. [S110] Old Parochial Register for the relevant Scottish parish (original or facsimile). Note that OPRs are the pre-1855 registers that were "called in" when civil registration started in 1855., Dumbarton parish, transcribed by Eddie and Margaret Cree O'Neill on 26 April 1994. There is inconsistency within the extract. Was Rachel born on the 12th or the 16th?, "Rachael Marshall Date of Birth: 16th November 1712, daughter of Robert Marshall and Agnes Mclntyre, spouses, was born 12th and baptised by Mr Baine, Minister of Bonill, 20 November 1712."
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Agnes McIntyre

Female, CreeID#7595, (27 April 1690 - )
Agnes McIntyre was born on 27 April 1690 in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland.1

Agnes McIntyre married Robert Marshall.

Her daughter Rachel Marshall was born on 12 November 1712.2,3,4

Child of Agnes McIntyre and Robert Marshall

References

  1. [S70] Old Parochial Registers Index (Scotland) (Salt Lake City: LDS, 1992).
  2. [S118] Sheila A. Scott, Monumental Inscriptions pre 1855 of Upper Ward of Lanarkshire (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy, 1977), copied by Brian Lambie to Barbara Hafslund, "... died 12 November 1796 aged 85 years."
  3. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XYKK-NY8
  4. [S110] Old Parochial Register for the relevant Scottish parish (original or facsimile). Note that OPRs are the pre-1855 registers that were "called in" when civil registration started in 1855., Dumbarton parish, transcribed by Eddie and Margaret Cree O'Neill on 26 April 1994. There is inconsistency within the extract. Was Rachel born on the 12th or the 16th?, "Rachael Marshall Date of Birth: 16th November 1712, daughter of Robert Marshall and Agnes Mclntyre, spouses, was born 12th and baptised by Mr Baine, Minister of Bonill, 20 November 1712."
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Jean Paterson

Female, CreeID#7596, (11 July 1765 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1853 Biggar
Jean Paterson was baptised on 11 July 1765 in Libberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Paterson and Agnes Cree.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from David Paterson, 28 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Rachel Paterson

Female, CreeID#7597, (3 August 1767 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1853 Biggar
Rachel Paterson was baptised on 3 August 1767 in Libberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Paterson and Agnes Cree.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from David Paterson, 28 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Agnes Paterson

Female, CreeID#7598, (14 May 1769 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1853 Biggar
Agnes Paterson was baptised on 14 May 1769 in Libberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Paterson and Agnes Cree.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from David Paterson, 28 May 2011.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

John Paterson

Male, CreeID#7599, (28 January 1772 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1853 Biggar
John Paterson was baptised on 28 January 1772 in Libberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of John Paterson and Agnes Cree.

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from David Paterson, 28 May 2011.
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Mary Paterson

Female, CreeID#7600, (5 February 1776 - 3 February 1855)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1853 Biggar
Mary Paterson was baptised on 5 February 1776 in Libberton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Paterson and Agnes Cree.

Mary Paterson was a merchant.1

Her father John Paterson died on 25 December 1824 in Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland.2

Her mother Agnes Cree died on 4 September 1828 in Biggar, Lanarkshire.3

Mary Paterson died on 3 February 1855 in Biggar, Lanarkshire.1 She was buried in St Mary's Churchyard, Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from David Paterson, 28 May 2011.
  2. [S126] Patricia Yates, Cree Nurserymen of Lanarkshire and Surrey (Oadby: Cree FHS, 1992), Available for A HREF="www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm"free download here /A.
  3. [S118] Sheila A. Scott, Monumental Inscriptions pre 1855 of Upper Ward of Lanarkshire (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy, 1977), Lair 183.
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