Sophia Stewart Cree1

Female, CreeID#1701, (23 March 1831 - 31 December 1912)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Sophia Stewart Cree was baptised on 23 March 1831 in Barony, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan.1

On 6 June 1841 Sophia Stewart Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan in Boolwood Cottage, Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyllshire, Scotland, along with John Buchanan Cree, Elizabeth Buchanan Cree and Catherine Cree. Bullwood Cottage was their holiday cottage. John was aged 64 and his occupation was shown as "Mar S". His wife Catherine was 40. The children were Sophia, aged 10, John 8, Elizabeth 7 and Catherine aged 3.2

Her mother Catherine Buchanan died on 21 March 1859.

Her father John Cree died on 7 August 1868 in Bullwood Cottage, Dunoon, Argyllshire, Scotland.3,4

On 28 October 1870 Sophia Stewart Cree was living in 16 Queens Crescent, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.5

Sophia Stewart Cree married Reverend Andrew Bogle MA, son of William Bogle and Janet Youl, on 28 October 1870 in the Church of Scotland, Scotland. The ceremony was witnessed by Catherine Cree. Sophia was 39 years old and Andrew was 38.6

On 3 April 1881 Sophia Stewart Cree and Reverend Andrew Bogle MA were living in Perth Estate Villas, Free Church Manse, Callander, Perthshire, Scotland. Andrew was aged 49 and was "Minister of F. Ch. Callander." Sophia was 50. Two of Andrew's sons from his prevous marriage, David Blyth Bogle and Andrew Nisbet Bogle, both aged 12, were living there together with two servants. Andrew Nisbet Bogle the younger was in 1930 to become Moderator of the Church of Scotland (following the union of the Church of Scotland and the United Free Church of Scotland in 1929.)7

On 5 April 1891 Sophia Stewart Cree was living in the household of John Buchanan Cree in 14 Anerley Place, Penge, Dulwich, London, England, along with Elizabeth Buchanan Cree, Catherine Cree and Reverend Andrew Bogle MA. John, the Head of Household, was a commission agent aged 58. Elizabeth, aged 56, and Catherine, 52, were two of his sisters, each "living on her own means." These three were all unmarried. Another sister was Sophia, 60, and she was the wife of Andrew Bogle, 59, a Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. There were also a cook and a housemaid living in the household.8

Sophia Stewart Cree died on 31 December 1912 in Edinburgh, Scotland.9 Probate of Sophia Stewart Cree's will was granted to Very Rev Andrew Nisbett Bogle DD on 28 March 1913 in London, England.9

Family: Sophia Stewart Cree and Reverend Andrew Bogle MA

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S212] UK Census 1841, Dunoon and Kilmun; ED: 8; Page: 6.
  3. [S7] Monumental inscription.
  4. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/101.
  5. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 20Mar/82. Marriage cert.
  6. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 20Mar/82.
  7. [S176] UK Census 1881, Callander; ED: 3; Page: 10.
  8. [S381] UK Census 1891, RG12/597 f 115.
  9. [S528] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, "CREE or BOGLE Sophia Stewart of 214 Ferry-road Leith N.B. widow died 31 December 1912 at Edinburgh N.B. Confirmation of the reverend Andrew Nisbett Bogle and James Bogle Gibson accountant. Sealed London 28 March."
Last edited7 Mar 2014

John Buchanan Cree1

Male, CreeID#1702, (August 1832 - 23 June 1904)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
John Buchanan Cree was baptised in August 1832 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan.1

On 6 June 1841 John Buchanan Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan in Boolwood Cottage, Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyllshire, Scotland, along with Sophia Stewart Cree, Elizabeth Buchanan Cree and Catherine Cree. Bullwood Cottage was their holiday cottage. John was aged 64 and his occupation was shown as "Mar S". His wife Catherine was 40. The children were Sophia, aged 10, John 8, Elizabeth 7 and Catherine aged 3.2

On 30 March 1851 John Buchanan Cree was living in 9 Barnsbury Street North, Islington, London, England. He was a boarder aged 18 and born in Scotland. He was a clerk to a wool merchant.3

His mother Catherine Buchanan died on 21 March 1859.

On 7 April 1861 John Buchanan Cree was living in 17 Rochester Road, St Pancras, London, England. He was an unmarried lodger aged 28 and a ship broker born in Glasgow.4

His father John Cree died on 7 August 1868 in Bullwood Cottage, Dunoon, Argyllshire, Scotland.5,6

On 3 April 1881 John Buchanan Cree was living in The Elms, 4 Crescent Road, Beckenham, Kent, England, along with Elizabeth Buchanan Cree and Catherine Cree. John was aged 48 and a general merchant. He was also shown as being deaf. His sisters Elizabeth and Katharine (sic) were 46 and 40 respectively. All three were unmarried. They had two domestic servants.7

On 5 April 1891 John Buchanan Cree was living in 14 Anerley Place, Penge, Dulwich, London, England, along with Elizabeth Buchanan Cree, Catherine Cree, Reverend Andrew Bogle MA and Sophia Stewart Cree. John, the Head of Household, was a commission agent aged 58. Elizabeth, aged 56, and Catherine, 52, were two of his sisters, each "living on her own means." These three were all unmarried. Another sister was Sophia, 60, and she was the wife of Andrew Bogle, 59, a Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. There were also a cook and a housemaid living in the household.8

John Buchanan Cree died on 23 June 1904 in Croydon Reg Dist, Surrey, England.9,10 Probate of John Buchanan Cree's will was granted. (Date unknown.)9

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S212] UK Census 1841, Dunoon and Kilmun; ED: 8; Page: 6.
  3. [S160] UK Census 1851, HO107/1499 f 139.
  4. [S228] UK Census 1861, RG 9/120 f 112.
  5. [S7] Monumental inscription.
  6. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/101.
  7. [S176] UK Census 1881, RG11/851 f 57.
  8. [S381] UK Census 1891, RG12/597 f 115.
  9. [S48] Will, quoted by Trevor Cree, in email of 21 March 2012.
  10. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 2a p 190, "Aged 72 years."
Last edited7 Mar 2014

Elizabeth Buchanan Cree1

Female, CreeID#1703, (December 1833 - 21 February 1913)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Elizabeth Buchanan Cree was baptised in December 1833 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan.1

On 6 June 1841 Elizabeth Buchanan Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan in Boolwood Cottage, Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyllshire, Scotland, along with Sophia Stewart Cree, John Buchanan Cree and Catherine Cree. Bullwood Cottage was their holiday cottage. John was aged 64 and his occupation was shown as "Mar S". His wife Catherine was 40. The children were Sophia, aged 10, John 8, Elizabeth 7 and Catherine aged 3.2

Her mother Catherine Buchanan died on 21 March 1859.

Her father John Cree died on 7 August 1868 in Bullwood Cottage, Dunoon, Argyllshire, Scotland.3,4

On 3 April 1881 Elizabeth Buchanan Cree was living in the household of John Buchanan Cree in The Elms, 4 Crescent Road, Beckenham, Kent, England, along with Catherine Cree. John was aged 48 and a general merchant. He was also shown as being deaf. His sisters Elizabeth and Katharine (sic) were 46 and 40 respectively. All three were unmarried. They had two domestic servants.5

On 5 April 1891 Elizabeth Buchanan Cree was living in the household of John Buchanan Cree in 14 Anerley Place, Penge, Dulwich, London, England, along with Catherine Cree, Reverend Andrew Bogle MA and Sophia Stewart Cree. John, the Head of Household, was a commission agent aged 58. Elizabeth, aged 56, and Catherine, 52, were two of his sisters, each "living on her own means." These three were all unmarried. Another sister was Sophia, 60, and she was the wife of Andrew Bogle, 59, a Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. There were also a cook and a housemaid living in the household.6

Elizabeth Buchanan Cree died on 21 February 1913 in Englefield, 43 Harold Road, Upper Norwood, London, England.7 Probate of Elizabeth Buchanan Cree's will was granted to Catherine Cree on 18 June 1913 in London, England.7

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S212] UK Census 1841, Dunoon and Kilmun; ED: 8; Page: 6.
  3. [S7] Monumental inscription.
  4. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/101.
  5. [S176] UK Census 1881, RG11/851 f 57.
  6. [S381] UK Census 1891, RG12/597 f 115.
  7. [S528] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, "CREE (Miss) Elizabeth Buchanan of Englefield 43 Harold-road Upper Norwood London died 21 February 1913 Confirmation of Catherine Cree. Sealed London 18 June."
Last edited19 Aug 2013

Archibald Buchanan Cree1

Male, CreeID#1704, (1 July 1835 - before 1840)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Archibald Buchanan Cree was born on 4 June 1835 in Barony, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 He was baptised on 1 July 1835 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan.1

Archibald Buchanan Cree died before 1840. A search for records of Archibald Buchanan Cree has drawn a complete blank, suggested that he died young.2

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S133] Guess or estimate by the compiler.
Last edited7 Mar 2014

Catherine Cree1

Female, CreeID#1705, (22 February 1838 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Catherine Cree was baptised on 22 February 1838 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan.1

On 6 June 1841 Catherine Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Catherine Buchanan in Boolwood Cottage, Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyllshire, Scotland, along with Sophia Stewart Cree, John Buchanan Cree and Elizabeth Buchanan Cree. Bullwood Cottage was their holiday cottage. John was aged 64 and his occupation was shown as "Mar S". His wife Catherine was 40. The children were Sophia, aged 10, John 8, Elizabeth 7 and Catherine aged 3.2 Catherine Cree witnessed the marriage of Reverend Andrew Bogle MA and Sophia Stewart Cree on 28 October 1870 in the Church of Scotland, Scotland; Sophia was 39 years old and Andrew was 38.3

On 3 April 1881 Catherine Cree was living in the household of John Buchanan Cree in The Elms, 4 Crescent Road, Beckenham, Kent, England, along with Elizabeth Buchanan Cree. John was aged 48 and a general merchant. He was also shown as being deaf. His sisters Elizabeth and Katharine (sic) were 46 and 40 respectively. All three were unmarried. They had two domestic servants.4

On 5 April 1891 Catherine Cree was living in the household of John Buchanan Cree in 14 Anerley Place, Penge, Dulwich, London, England, along with Elizabeth Buchanan Cree, Reverend Andrew Bogle MA and Sophia Stewart Cree. John, the Head of Household, was a commission agent aged 58. Elizabeth, aged 56, and Catherine, 52, were two of his sisters, each "living on her own means." These three were all unmarried. Another sister was Sophia, 60, and she was the wife of Andrew Bogle, 59, a Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. There were also a cook and a housemaid living in the household.5 Probate of Elizabeth Buchanan Cree's will was granted to Catherine Cree on 18 June 1913 in London, England.6

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S212] UK Census 1841, Dunoon and Kilmun; ED: 8; Page: 6.
  3. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 20Mar/82.
  4. [S176] UK Census 1881, RG11/851 f 57.
  5. [S381] UK Census 1891, RG12/597 f 115.
  6. [S528] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, "CREE (Miss) Elizabeth Buchanan of Englefield 43 Harold-road Upper Norwood London died 21 February 1913 Confirmation of Catherine Cree. Sealed London 18 June."
Last edited9 Apr 1998

Jane Ievers1

Female, CreeID#1706, (c 1804 - 19 June 1872)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Jane Ievers was born c 1804 in Mount Ievers, Sixmilebridge, County Clare, Ireland. She was the daughter of George Ievers and Eleanor Butler.

Her mother Eleanor Butler died in 1805.2

Her father George Ievers died in 1808.2

Jane Ievers married James Cree, son of John Cree and Sophia Dougald, in July 1826 in Ireland.3

Her son George Cree was born on 30 June 1829 in Limerick, Ireland.4,2

Her son John Cree was born on 17 January 1831 in Limerick.2

Her daughter Sophia Cree was born in 1833 or 1834.5

A tontine of 1840 gave some genealogical details of James Cree, Jane Ievers and their descendants.6

Her husband James Cree died on 15 August 1853 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.7

On 6 January 1858 Jane Cree was granted a fee-farm in respect of three houses and gardens in Cashel's Lane, Limerick, Ireland.8
Part of the map of Brown's Quay, Limerick, attached to the grant


Jane Ievers died on 19 June 1872 in Sweetmount House, Dundrum, County Dublin, Ireland.9,10 She was buried on 22 June 1872 in St Munchins, Limerick, Ireland.11

Children of Jane Ievers and James Cree

References

  1. Dau of George Ievers of Mount Ievers, Co Clare, and Eleanor Butler; and gt gt granddau of Henry Ievers JP d 1690, High Sherriff of Co Clare 1672, who settled in Co Clare in 1670.
  2. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  3. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree, Report by unnamed Irish genealogist.
  4. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Copy baptismal certificate.
  5. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Deaths, Brentford R.D., GRO Ref Vol 3a p 230.
  6. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), 1840 Tontine - Limerick www.limerickcity.ie/media/1840%20Tontine.pdf, "No date found for marriage. James was born in Scotland in 1789. Died in Limerick 15/8/1853. Jane died 20/6/1872. Both buried, St Munchins. George was a Barrister and lived in Dublin. He married Louisa Coffey on 19/8/1863. James Cree had a Corn Store in Cornmarket Row but lived at Brown’s Quay, Thomond Gate. George entered TCD, 1/7/1846 aged 17. Son of James Cree, Merchant, of Limerick. George died on the 24/11/1910. James lived on Distillery Rd. Thomond Gate in 1852."
  7. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 17 August 1853, "On Monday morning, at his residence, Thomond Place, James Cree, Esq. - a gentleman whose death is universally regretted. Esteemed by all for high integrity of character and for domestic and social virtues of no ordinary kind, his walk through life was distinguished by a public confidence in his unbending probity, and by the sincere attachment of all who had the advantage of his personal intimacy. His remains will be removed for interment in Munchin's Church-yard, to-morrow morning, at nine o'clock."
  8. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shwon at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Media,8389,en.pdf with a map of the properties., "The grant was by William Henry Tennison, Earl of Limerick in "in conversion of a Renewable Lease, dated 18th January 1772 from Edmond Sexton Pery to Ralph Ousley."

    The premises are described in the Grant as "All that and those the plot of ground part of North Priors Land, formerly situate in the North Liberties of the City of Limerick, but which are now (by virtue of a certain Act of Parliament) situate, lying and being within the Borough boundary of said City, containing in front on the West 178 feet, in rere on the East 178 feet, and in depth13 feet 6 inches. be the same more or less, bounded on the East in rere by the said Mr. Ousley's holdings, on the West in front by Cashel's-lane, on the North by the Widow Meade's holdings, and on the South by Thomas Mealy's holdings, according to a Map thereof thereunto annexed, a copy of which is traced hereon." On the map, North is on the left. Browns Quay is on the West bank of the Shannon, just above Thomond Bridge.

    The Gale Days are 25th March and 19th September and the yearly rent is £2 4s. 11d."
  9. [S412] Burke's Landed Gentry, 1958 ed.
  10. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 20 June 1872 shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree,%20Walpole.pdf, "Cree - On the 19th inst., at her residence, Sweetmount House, Dundrum, county Dublin, Jane, the widow of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond-place, in the city of Limerick. Her remains will be removed from the Terminus at Limerick, for interment in St Munchin's churchyard, at half-past eight o'clock on Saturday, the 22nd inst."
  11. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 20 June 1872 shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree,%20Walpole.pdf.
  12. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Copy bapt cert in source 11.
Last edited3 Dec 2016

Susan Caroline Wylly

Female, CreeID#1707, ( - 15 March 1866)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Susan Caroline Wylly married William Cree, son of John Cree and Janet Jamieson.

Susan Caroline Wylly died on 15 March 1866.1

Family: Susan Caroline Wylly and William Cree

References

  1. [S79] Transcripts of Cree Wills, Wm Cree d 1883.
Last edited2 Apr 2008

William Brown1

Male, CreeID#1708, (17 March 1836 - 13 December 1918)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
William Brown was born on 17 March 1836 in Dalpeddar, Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Brown and Rachel Johnston.

His father Alexander Brown died in 1851.2

On 18 July 1861 William Brown was living in 205 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.3

William Brown was a merchant on 18 July 1861 in 294 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.3

William Brown married Jessie Scott Cree, daughter of John Cree and Helen Inglis Scott, on 18 July 1861 in Govan, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. The ceremony was witnessed by Robert Scott Cree and Rachel Johnston Brown. William was 25 years old and Jessie was 21. Patricia Yates writes:

Both William Brown and his bride Jessie Scott Cree were members of respected trades families, many of whose members were leading citizens of the thriving City of Glasgow.4,2

In 1861 William Brown and Jessie Scott Cree moved from Scotland. and settled at Totara Estate, Oamaru, North Otago, New Zealand, accompanied by Rachel Johnston Brown, Rachel Johnston and Thomas Brown. The story of their migration is told in the on-line booklet Jessie's Sea Diary of 1861-2.2

William Brown was a stockholder on 29 December 1862.2

His son Alexander Johnston Cree Brown was born on 29 December 1862 in Totara Estate, Oamaru, North Otago.2

His daughter Helen Scott Cree Brown was born on 15 July 1864 in Dunedin, New Zealand.2

Before 1866 William Brown and Jessie Scott Cree moved from Oamaru and settled at Port Molyneux, New Zealand, accompanied by Alexander Johnston Cree Brown and Helen Scott Cree Brown.2

In 1872 William Brown and Jessie Scott Cree moved from Port Molyneux and settled at Dunedin, accompanied by Alexander Johnston Cree Brown and Helen Scott Cree Brown.

His mother Rachel Johnston died on 10 January 1877 in Dunedin.2

His son Robert Scott Cree Brown was born on 23 December 1881 in Dunedin.2

William Brown died on 13 December 1918 in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.2

Children of William Brown and Jessie Scott Cree

References

  1. Son of Alexander B of Dalpeddar, Dumfriesshire, and Rachel Johnston.
  2. [S83] Jessie Cree Brown, Jessie's Sea Diary of 1861-61.
  3. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 11Mar/29. Marriage cert.
  4. [S94] IGI, Extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record.
Last edited15 Jan 2016

George Cree1,2

Male, CreeID#1709, (30 June 1829 - 24 November 1910)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
George Cree was born on 30 June 1829 in Limerick, Ireland.3,4 He was the son of James Cree and Jane Ievers.2 George Cree was baptised on 20 July 1829 in Christ Church (Presb), Limerick, Ireland.4

A tontine of 1840 gave some genealogical details of James Cree, Jane Ievers and their descendants.5

His father James Cree died on 15 August 1853 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.6

George Cree married Louisa Anna Coffey, daughter of James Charles Coffey QC and Anna Maria Wilkinson, on 19 August 1863 in St Georges (CoI) Church, Dublin, Ireland. George was described as a barrister at law of 29 Lower Mount Street. Louisa's address was 9 Mountjoy Square and she was a minor. It is reported (on Geni) that they had a son Albert in addition to those shown here.7,8

His son Dr James Arthur Cree was born on 18 February 1865 in 119 Lower Baggot St, Dublin, Ireland.9,10

George Cree was a barrister-at-law on 22 February 1865.11,12,10

His daughter Edith Jane Cree was born on 13 May 1866 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.13

On 18 February 1867 George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey were living in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.14

His daughter Constance Sophia Cree was baptised in June 1867 in Christ Church, Dublin, Ireland.15

His daughter Mary Ellen Cree was born on 4 March 1869 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.13,16

On 12 September 1869 George Cree was living in Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.17

His daughter Mary Ellen Cree died on 12 September 1869 in Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.18,17

His mother Jane Ievers died on 19 June 1872 in Sweetmount House, Dundrum, County Dublin, Ireland.19,20

His son George Ievers Cree was born on 16 January 1873 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.13,21

His son Robert Ewart Cree was born on 7 December 1877 in 40, Upper Mount Street, Dublin, Ireland.22

On 5 April 1891 George Cree was living in the household of Gregory Sinclair Haines and Edith Jane Cree in Militia Barracks, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. Gregory Haines is recorded as a Captain H.M.S. whilst George Cree is Father-in-Law and Barrister at Law/Solicitor.23 Probate of John Cree's will was granted to George Cree on 23 November 1904 in Dublin, Ireland.24

George Cree died on 24 November 1910 in 40 Upper Mount St, Dublin, Ireland.4 He was buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, Ireland.25 Probate of George Cree's will was granted to Louisa Anna Coffey on 19 January 1911 in Dublin, Ireland.26

Children of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey

References

  1. Barrister at law, Clerk of Judgements, Records & Writs.
  2. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Copy bapt cert in source 11.
  3. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Copy baptismal certificate.
  4. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  5. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), 1840 Tontine - Limerick www.limerickcity.ie/media/1840%20Tontine.pdf, "No date found for marriage. James was born in Scotland in 1789. Died in Limerick 15/8/1853. Jane died 20/6/1872. Both buried, St Munchins. George was a Barrister and lived in Dublin. He married Louisa Coffey on 19/8/1863. James Cree had a Corn Store in Cornmarket Row but lived at Brown’s Quay, Thomond Gate. George entered TCD, 1/7/1846 aged 17. Son of James Cree, Merchant, of Limerick. George died on the 24/11/1910. James lived on Distillery Rd. Thomond Gate in 1852."
  6. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 17 August 1853, "On Monday morning, at his residence, Thomond Place, James Cree, Esq. - a gentleman whose death is universally regretted. Esteemed by all for high integrity of character and for domestic and social virtues of no ordinary kind, his walk through life was distinguished by a public confidence in his unbending probity, and by the sincere attachment of all who had the advantage of his personal intimacy. His remains will be removed for interment in Munchin's Church-yard, to-morrow morning, at nine o'clock."
  7. [S322] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Page 92, Entry Number 184, Record_Identifier DU-CI-MA-21804 , Image Filename d-298-3-8-097
    http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/…
  8. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Published 21 August 1863, "Cree and Coffey - August 19, at St. George's Church, Dublin by the Rev. the Chancellor of Christ Church, D.D., George Cree, Esq., barrister-at-law, to Louisa Anna, only daughter of James Charles Coffey, Esq., Chairman of the County Westmeath."
  9. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Irish papers.
  10. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Feb 1865.
  11. [S305] Website thepeerage.com (http://www.thepeerage.com/index.htm).
  12. [S395] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  13. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  14. [S395] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, shown on the marriage record of their daughter Constance.
  15. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Vol 3 B17.
  16. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 11 Mar 1869.
  17. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Issue of 15 September 1869, "Cree - September 12, at Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Mary Helen, the infant child of George Cree, Barrister-at-Law, aged 6 months."
  18. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Mahony,%20Owens,%20Purcell.pdf.
  19. [S412] Burke's Landed Gentry, 1958 ed.
  20. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 20 June 1872 shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree,%20Walpole.pdf, "Cree - On the 19th inst., at her residence, Sweetmount House, Dundrum, county Dublin, Jane, the widow of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond-place, in the city of Limerick. Her remains will be removed from the Terminus at Limerick, for interment in St Munchin's churchyard, at half-past eight o'clock on Saturday, the 22nd inst."
  21. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Jan 1873.
  22. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 12 Dec 1877.
  23. [S18] Personal communication, "Email from Trevor Cree, 12 Oct 2011, quoting 1891 Census."
  24. [S296] Index to Belfast Will Books 1890-1899, 23 November 1904. John Cree, "Administration (with the Will) of the estate of John Cree, late of White Oak Grove, Crozet Depot, Albemarle, Virginia, USA, Gentleman, who died 9 April 1904, granted at Dublin to George Cree B.L. Effects £920 1s 11d (Limited)."
  25. [S457] Web site, Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives: Headstones: DUBLIN, Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, Part 44. http://www.igp-web.com/igparchives/ire/dublin/photos/…
  26. [S296] Index to Belfast Will Books 1890-1899, 19 January 1911. George Cree, "Probate of the Will of George Cree, late of 40 Upper Mount Street, Dublin, B.L., who died 24 November 1910, granted at Dublin to Louisa A Cree, the Widow. Effects £2,074 16s 2d."
Last edited20 Jan 2017

Sophia Cree

Female, CreeID#1710, (1833 or 1834 - c February 1920)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Sophia Cree was born in 1833 or 1834.1 She was the daughter of James Cree and Jane Ievers.

Her father James Cree died on 15 August 1853 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.2

Her mother Jane Ievers died on 19 June 1872 in Sweetmount House, Dundrum, County Dublin, Ireland.3,4

Sophia Cree married John Lopdell, son of Dominick Lopdell and Lucinda Hodson, on 9 October 1872 in Newchapel Church of Ireland, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by John Cree and Margaret Rodger. They were married by licence.5,6,7

Her husband John Lopdell died on 7 May 1875 in Gracefield, Blackrock, County Dublin, Ireland.8

Her son Charles Ievers Lopdell was born on 7 May 1875 in Gracefield, Blackrock, County Dublin.8

In 1898 Sophia Cree was living in De Parys Avenue, Bedford, England.9

On Census night 31 Mar 1901 Sophia was a visitor at 7, De Vesci Terrace, Kingstown, Dublin, the house of Anna Cousins, who was the same age, 55. Sophia was shown as a widow, born in Co Limerick and a Protestant (Church of Ireland).10

Sophia Cree died c February 1920 in Brentford Reg Dist, Middlesex, England.11

Child of Sophia Cree and John Lopdell

References

  1. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Deaths, Brentford R.D., GRO Ref Vol 3a p 230.
  2. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 17 August 1853, "On Monday morning, at his residence, Thomond Place, James Cree, Esq. - a gentleman whose death is universally regretted. Esteemed by all for high integrity of character and for domestic and social virtues of no ordinary kind, his walk through life was distinguished by a public confidence in his unbending probity, and by the sincere attachment of all who had the advantage of his personal intimacy. His remains will be removed for interment in Munchin's Church-yard, to-morrow morning, at nine o'clock."
  3. [S412] Burke's Landed Gentry, 1958 ed.
  4. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 20 June 1872 shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree,%20Walpole.pdf, "Cree - On the 19th inst., at her residence, Sweetmount House, Dundrum, county Dublin, Jane, the widow of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond-place, in the city of Limerick. Her remains will be removed from the Terminus at Limerick, for interment in St Munchin's churchyard, at half-past eight o'clock on Saturday, the 22nd inst."
  5. [S85] Certificate held or seen, M44 of Trevor Cree's papers.
  6. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Williams-1.pdf, n.d. but is probably Oct 1872., "Marriages / Lopdell and Cree - On the 9th inst., at Newchapel Church, county Tipperary, John, only son of Dominick Lopdel, Esq., of Beechpark, co. Dublin, to Sophie [sic], only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., Thomond-place, Limerick."
  7. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Published 11 December 1872, "Lopdell - Cree - December 9, at Newchapel Church, Co. Tipperary, by the Rev. Robert H. Faulkner, John, only son of Dominick Lopdell, Esq., of Beech Park, Co. Dublin, to Sophie, only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond Place, Limerick."
  8. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), Tree submitted by "dfreeman186."
  9. [S414] Bedford Directory, 1898.
  10. [S295] UK Census 1901.
  11. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 3a p 230, "age 86."
Last edited3 Dec 2016

John Lopdell1

Male, CreeID#1711, (4 July 1872 - 7 May 1875)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
John Lopdell was born on 4 July 1872.2 He was the son of Dominick Lopdell and Lucinda Hodson.

John Lopdell married Sophia Cree, daughter of James Cree and Jane Ievers, on 9 October 1872 in Newchapel Church of Ireland, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by John Cree and Margaret Rodger. They were married by licence.3,4,5

John Lopdell died on 7 May 1875 in Gracefield, Blackrock, County Dublin, Ireland.2

His son Charles Ievers Lopdell was born on 7 May 1875 in Gracefield, Blackrock, County Dublin.2

Child of John Lopdell and Sophia Cree

References

  1. Clerk, of Beechpark, son of Dominick L. gent.
  2. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), Tree submitted by "dfreeman186."
  3. [S85] Certificate held or seen, M44 of Trevor Cree's papers.
  4. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Williams-1.pdf, n.d. but is probably Oct 1872., "Marriages / Lopdell and Cree - On the 9th inst., at Newchapel Church, county Tipperary, John, only son of Dominick Lopdel, Esq., of Beechpark, co. Dublin, to Sophie [sic], only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., Thomond-place, Limerick."
  5. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Published 11 December 1872, "Lopdell - Cree - December 9, at Newchapel Church, Co. Tipperary, by the Rev. Robert H. Faulkner, John, only son of Dominick Lopdell, Esq., of Beech Park, Co. Dublin, to Sophie, only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond Place, Limerick."
Last edited3 Dec 2016

John Cree1,2

Male, CreeID#1712, (17 January 1831 - 9 April 1904)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
John Cree was born on 17 January 1831 in Limerick, Ireland.2 He was the son of James Cree and Jane Ievers.2

John Cree was a mill owner. Deebert Mill "... in 1850 was recorded in the book 'Millers and the Mills [of Ireland of about 1850]” by William E. Hogg as being in the ownership of Mr John Crea. At that time the Mill was valued as being worth £82.10" in 1850.3,4

His father James Cree died on 15 August 1853 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.5

John Cree married Janet Crawford Rodger, daughter of Robert Rodger, on 23 April 1862 in St Patrick, County Clare, Ireland. This was a civil marriage ceremony.6,7

His daughter Julia Florence Cree was born on 19 May 1863 in Limerick.

His daughter Julia Florence Cree died on 29 December 1863 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.8

On 25 July 1864 John Cree was living in Deebert, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland. He was a merchant.9

His daughter Alice Jeane Cree was born on 25 July 1864 in Thomond Place, Limerick.10

His daughter Alice Jeane Cree died on 10 December 1865 in Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.11,12

His daughter Margaret Sophia Cree was born on 30 August 1866 in Thomond Place, Limerick.13,14

His son Robert Edgar Cree was born on 11 December 1867 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.15

On 15 September 1869 at the Irish Petty Sessions, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland John Cree was charged that he "had in his possession and in his shop in the Town of Bruff 3 illegal weights on the 10th September 1869."16

His son Alfred William Cree was born on 31 July 1870 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.17

His son Alfred William Cree died on 26 January 1871 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.18

His mother Jane Ievers died on 19 June 1872 in Sweetmount House, Dundrum, County Dublin, Ireland.19,20

His son St John Cree was born on 24 June 1872 in Ireland.21,22 John Cree witnessed the marriage of John Lopdell and Sophia Cree on 9 October 1872 in Newchapel Church of Ireland, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland, along with Margaret Rodger; They were married by licence.23,24,25

In 1880 John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger moved from Ireland and settled at White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA, accompanied by Robert Edgar Cree and St John Cree.26

John Cree died on 9 April 1904 in Albemarle, Virginia, USA. He was "late of White Oak Grove, Crozet Depot, Albemarle, Virginia, USA."27 Probate of John Cree's will was granted to George Cree on 23 November 1904 in Dublin, Ireland.28 John Cree was buried before 1906 in Saint Pauls Cemetery, Ivy, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA.29,30

Children of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger

References

  1. Merchant, JP, of Deebert House, Kilmallock, Co Limerick.
  2. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  3. [S356] Webpage Deebert House Hotel (http://www.deeberthousehotel.com/page.php?page=1).
  4. [S357] William E Hogg, The Millers and Mills of Ireland.
  5. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 17 August 1853, "On Monday morning, at his residence, Thomond Place, James Cree, Esq. - a gentleman whose death is universally regretted. Esteemed by all for high integrity of character and for domestic and social virtues of no ordinary kind, his walk through life was distinguished by a public confidence in his unbending probity, and by the sincere attachment of all who had the advantage of his personal intimacy. His remains will be removed for interment in Munchin's Church-yard, to-morrow morning, at nine o'clock."
  6. [S94] IGI, FHL Film 101437. It shows the marriage location as Limerick.
  7. [S392] Webpage Clare marriages (http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/clare/ClareMarriages.htm), Quoting FHL Film 101437 Dates: 1862 - 1862.
  8. [S457] Web site, http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Ievers,%20Cree.pdf.
  9. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes, at the birth of his daughter Alice.
  10. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  11. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes, Ireland Civil Reg Indexes Vol 20 p 240.
  12. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree, Browing, Barrington-2.pdf under 1865.
  13. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B12.
  14. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Grantc.pdf., "Births. On the 30th inst., at Thomond-place, the wife of John Cree, Esq., of Deebert House, Kilmallock, of a daughter."
  15. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B19.
  16. [S309] Website Findmypast (subscription only) (www.findmypast.com), http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record.
  17. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Newspaper report dated 31 Jan 1781. Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/…
  18. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Extract from unknown newspaper at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Bourke,%20Cree,%20Wolfe-1.pdf, "Deaths: On the 20th inst., the infant son of Mr John Cree, Deebert House, Kilmallock, aged 6 months."
  19. [S412] Burke's Landed Gentry, 1958 ed.
  20. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue of 20 June 1872 shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree,%20Walpole.pdf, "Cree - On the 19th inst., at her residence, Sweetmount House, Dundrum, county Dublin, Jane, the widow of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond-place, in the city of Limerick. Her remains will be removed from the Terminus at Limerick, for interment in St Munchin's churchyard, at half-past eight o'clock on Saturday, the 22nd inst."
  21. [S399] USA Census 1920, US Census, "age 46."
  22. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/).
  23. [S85] Certificate held or seen, M44 of Trevor Cree's papers.
  24. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Issue shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Williams-1.pdf, n.d. but is probably Oct 1872., "Marriages / Lopdell and Cree - On the 9th inst., at Newchapel Church, county Tipperary, John, only son of Dominick Lopdel, Esq., of Beechpark, co. Dublin, to Sophie [sic], only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., Thomond-place, Limerick."
  25. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Published 11 December 1872, "Lopdell - Cree - December 9, at Newchapel Church, Co. Tipperary, by the Rev. Robert H. Faulkner, John, only son of Dominick Lopdell, Esq., of Beech Park, Co. Dublin, to Sophie, only daughter of the late James Cree, Esq., of Thomond Place, Limerick."
  26. [S10] Census Returns, USA 1930, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/C87L-X6Z., "Immigration Year: 1880."
  27. [S18] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree 21 May 2012.
  28. [S296] Index to Belfast Will Books 1890-1899, 23 November 1904. John Cree, "Administration (with the Will) of the estate of John Cree, late of White Oak Grove, Crozet Depot, Albemarle, Virginia, USA, Gentleman, who died 9 April 1904, granted at Dublin to George Cree B.L. Effects £920 1s 11d (Limited)."
  29. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/), http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  30. [S494] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals, "Janet was his widow in 1906."
Last edited25 Oct 2016

Louisa Anna Coffey1

Female, CreeID#1713, (24 February 1843 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Louisa Anna Coffey was born on 24 February 1843 in Dublin, Ireland.2,3 She was the daughter of James Charles Coffey QC and Anna Maria Wilkinson.3

Louisa Anna Coffey married George Cree, son of James Cree and Jane Ievers, on 19 August 1863 in St Georges (CoI) Church, Dublin, Ireland. George was described as a barrister at law of 29 Lower Mount Street. Louisa's address was 9 Mountjoy Square and she was a minor. It is reported (on Geni) that they had a son Albert in addition to those shown here.4,5

Her son Dr James Arthur Cree was born on 18 February 1865 in 119 Lower Baggot St, Dublin, Ireland.6,7

Her daughter Edith Jane Cree was born on 13 May 1866 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.8

On 18 February 1867 Louisa Anna Coffey and George Cree were living in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.9

Her daughter Constance Sophia Cree was baptised in June 1867 in Christ Church, Dublin, Ireland.10

Her daughter Mary Ellen Cree was born on 4 March 1869 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.8,11

Her son George Ievers Cree was born on 16 January 1873 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.8,12

Her son Robert Ewart Cree was born on 7 December 1877 in 40, Upper Mount Street, Dublin, Ireland.13 Probate of George Cree's will was granted to Louisa Anna Coffey on 19 January 1911 in Dublin.14

On 2 April 1911 Louisa Anna Coffey and Constance Sophia Cree were living in 27 Mespil Road, Pembroke West, Dublin, Ireland. Louisa was 68 years old, a widow, and her "profession" was "Interest of Money." She declared she had 6 children of whom 4 were still alive. Constance completed the Household return saying she was 43, single, and a "Secretary and agent [...] and land." Both were Presbyterian. They had a cook and parlourmaid who were both Roman Catholics.15 Probate of Constance Sophia Cree's will was granted to Louisa Anna Coffey on 3 December 1921 in London, England.16

Children of Louisa Anna Coffey and George Cree

References

  1. Dau of James C, barrister.
  2. [S10] Census Returns, 1901 Census of Ireland gives age 53 but 1911 Census gives 68.
  3. [S305] Website thepeerage.com (http://www.thepeerage.com/index.htm).
  4. [S322] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Page 92, Entry Number 184, Record_Identifier DU-CI-MA-21804 , Image Filename d-298-3-8-097
    http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/…
  5. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Published 21 August 1863, "Cree and Coffey - August 19, at St. George's Church, Dublin by the Rev. the Chancellor of Christ Church, D.D., George Cree, Esq., barrister-at-law, to Louisa Anna, only daughter of James Charles Coffey, Esq., Chairman of the County Westmeath."
  6. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Irish papers.
  7. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Feb 1865.
  8. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  9. [S395] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, shown on the marriage record of their daughter Constance.
  10. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Vol 3 B17.
  11. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 11 Mar 1869.
  12. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Jan 1873.
  13. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 12 Dec 1877.
  14. [S296] Index to Belfast Will Books 1890-1899, 19 January 1911. George Cree, "Probate of the Will of George Cree, late of 40 Upper Mount Street, Dublin, B.L., who died 24 November 1910, granted at Dublin to Louisa A Cree, the Widow. Effects £2,074 16s 2d."
  15. [S283] UK Census 1911.
  16. [S528] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, "CREE Constance Sophia oif 6 Sandymount-avenue Ballsbridge Dublin died 7 October 1921 at 4 Upper Pembroke-street Dublin Administration Dublin to Louisa Anna Cree widow. Effects £1295 12s. 9d. in England. Sealed London 3 December."
Last edited20 Jan 2017

Dr James Arthur Cree1,2

Male, CreeID#1714, (18 February 1865 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Dr James Arthur Cree married Alice Dussange. Dr James Arthur Cree was born on 18 February 1865 in 119 Lower Baggot St, Dublin, Ireland.2,3 He was the son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.2 Dr James Arthur Cree was educated before 1883 at Dublin, Ireland. His education was by private tuition.4 He was educated before 1891 at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.4 He matriculated in 1891 in the University of Ediburgh, Scotland. I see no evidence of his graduation there.4

Dr James Arthur Cree was an Irish Nationalist. It appears he was practising medicine Paris, France at least from 1894 to 1896. He knew W B Yeats, Maud Gonne and Lady Gregory to whom he introduced J M Synge. He also introduced Yeats to Lady Gregory.5,6,7

He edited Lettres sur le positivisme et sur la mission religieuse de la France; La dictature républicaine d'après Auguste Comte by Jorge Lagarrigue, which was published in 1896.8

Family: Dr James Arthur Cree and Alice Dussange

References

  1. Physician, d s p.
  2. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Irish papers.
  3. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Feb 1865.
  4. [S457] Web site, The University of Edinburgh: Histoical alumni
    http://collections.ed.ac.uk/alumni/record/71289
  5. [S457] Web site, Drama Online: The Playboy of the Western World
    http://www.dramaonlinelibrary.com/books/…
  6. [S587] W B, eds. O'Donnell and Archibald Yeats, Yeats Autobiographies, p 480, "WBY was introduced to Synge by Dr James Cree, who also introduced Synge to Lady Gregory."
  7. [S588] Greene & Stephens, J.M.Synge, "It was now that Synge met a fellow Dubliner, Dr. James Cree, whose family he had known in Dublin. Cree was from Synge's own class, but his people had been Parnellites and he was an Irish nationalist practising medicine in Paris. He and Synge became good friends immediately. Cree introduced him to Yeats and to Maud Gonne and was probably the one who nominated him for membership in the Young Ireland Society founded by Maud Gonne and Yeats at the end of 1896."
  8. [S457] Web site, The Online Books Page http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid
Last edited20 Jan 2017

Alice Dussange

Female, CreeID#1715
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Alice Dussange married Dr James Arthur Cree, son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.

Family: Alice Dussange and Dr James Arthur Cree

Last edited15 Apr 2007

Edith Jane Cree

Female, CreeID#1716, (13 May 1866 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Edith Jane Cree was born on 13 May 1866 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey. Edith Jane Cree was baptised on 19 September 1866 in Christ Church (Presb), Limerick, Ireland. It was the same day and place as her cousin Margaret Sophia.

Edith Jane Cree married Gregory Sinclair Haines on 31 December 1890 in Dublin, Ireland.

On 5 April 1891 Edith Jane Cree and Gregory Sinclair Haines were living in Militia Barracks, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, along with George Cree. Gregory Haines is recorded as a Captain H.M.S. whilst George Cree is Father-in-Law and Barrister at Law/Solicitor.2

Family: Edith Jane Cree and Gregory Sinclair Haines

References

  1. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  2. [S18] Personal communication, "Email from Trevor Cree, 12 Oct 2011, quoting 1891 Census."
Last edited19 Apr 2013

Gregory Sinclair Haines1

Male, CreeID#1717
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Gregory Sinclair Haines married Edith Jane Cree, daughter of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey, on 31 December 1890 in Dublin, Ireland.

On 5 April 1891 Gregory Sinclair Haines and Edith Jane Cree were living in Militia Barracks, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, along with George Cree. Gregory Haines is recorded as a Captain H.M.S. whilst George Cree is Father-in-Law and Barrister at Law/Solicitor.2

Family: Gregory Sinclair Haines and Edith Jane Cree

References

  1. Lt Col.
  2. [S18] Personal communication, "Email from Trevor Cree, 12 Oct 2011, quoting 1891 Census."
Last edited14 Oct 2011

Constance Sophia Cree1

Female, CreeID#1718, (June 1867 - 7 October 1921)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Constance Sophia Cree was baptised in June 1867 in Christ Church, Dublin, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.1 Constance Sophia Cree was born on 6 June 1867 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.2

Her father George Cree died on 24 November 1910 in 40 Upper Mount St, Dublin, Ireland.3

On 2 April 1911 Constance Sophia Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey were living in 27 Mespil Road, Pembroke West, Dublin, Ireland. Louisa was 68 years old, a widow, and her "profession" was "Interest of Money." She declared she had 6 children of whom 4 were still alive. Constance completed the Household return saying she was 43, single, and a "Secretary and agent [...] and land." Both were Presbyterian. They had a cook and parlourmaid who were both Roman Catholics.4

In 1921 Constance Sophia Cree was living in 6 Sandymount Avenue, Dublin, Ireland.5

Constance Sophia Cree died on 7 October 1921 in 4 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin, Ireland.5 Probate of Constance Sophia Cree's will was granted to Louisa Anna Coffey on 3 December 1921 in London, England.5

References

  1. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Vol 3 B17.
  2. [S395] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  4. [S283] UK Census 1911.
  5. [S528] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, "CREE Constance Sophia oif 6 Sandymount-avenue Ballsbridge Dublin died 7 October 1921 at 4 Upper Pembroke-street Dublin Administration Dublin to Louisa Anna Cree widow. Effects £1295 12s. 9d. in England. Sealed London 3 December."
Last edited21 Aug 2013

Mary Ellen Cree

Female, CreeID#1719, (4 March 1869 - 12 September 1869)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Mary Ellen Cree was born on 4 March 1869 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.

Mary Ellen Cree died on 12 September 1869 in Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.3,4

References

  1. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  2. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 11 Mar 1869.
  3. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Mahony,%20Owens,%20Purcell.pdf.
  4. [S298] Belfast Newsletter Index, Issue of 15 September 1869, "Cree - September 12, at Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Mary Helen, the infant child of George Cree, Barrister-at-Law, aged 6 months."
Last edited3 Dec 2016

George Ievers Cree1

Male, CreeID#1720, (16 January 1873 - 3 July 1940)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
George Ievers Cree was born on 16 January 1873 in 119 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland.2,3 He was the son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.

His father George Cree died on 24 November 1910 in 40 Upper Mount St, Dublin, Ireland.4

George Ievers Cree married Ella Marie Montagu Shedden, daughter of Lewis W Shedden and Alice Mary Maria Whyte, c February 1914 in Kensington RD, London, England.5

Before 3 July 1940 George Ievers Cree and Ella Marie Montagu Shedden were living in 24 Rowplatt Lane, Felbridge, Surrey, England.6

George Ievers Cree died on 3 July 1940.7 He was buried on 8 July 1940 in St John's Church, Felbridge, Surrey, England.8 Probate of George Ievers Cree's will was granted on 12 May 1941 in Lewes, Sussex, England. Probate was granted to his widow Ella Marie Montague Cree widow. Effects £3870 11s 4d.7

Family: George Ievers Cree and Ella Marie Montagu Shedden

References

  1. Manufacturer?
  2. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  3. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 22 Jan 1873.
  4. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  5. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1a p 258.
  6. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987, Chertsey, St Peter.
  7. [S18] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree, 14 May 2011, quoting National Probate Calendar.
  8. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987, Chertsey, St Peter, "Age 63."
Last edited21 Nov 2016

Ella Marie Montagu Shedden

Female, CreeID#1721, (c May 1880 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Ella Marie Montagu Shedden was born c May 1880 in Lymington Reg Dist, Hampshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Lewis W Shedden and Alice Mary Maria Whyte.

On 3 April 1881 Ella Marie Montagu Shedden was living in the household of Lewis W Shedden and Alice Mary Maria Whyte in St Austins House, Boldre, Hampshire, England.2

Ella Marie Montagu Shedden married George Ievers Cree, son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey, c February 1914 in Kensington RD, London, England.3

Before 3 July 1940 Ella Marie Montagu Shedden and George Ievers Cree were living in 24 Rowplatt Lane, Felbridge, Surrey, England.4

Family: Ella Marie Montagu Shedden and George Ievers Cree

References

  1. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 2b p 665.
  2. [S176] UK Census 1881, PRO Ref RG11/1190 p 12.
  3. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1a p 258.
  4. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987, Chertsey, St Peter.
Last edited30 May 2013

Robert Ewart Cree1

Male, CreeID#1723, (7 December 1877 - 24 October 1955)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Chart 1723 Dublin
Robert Ewart Cree was born on 7 December 1877 in 40, Upper Mount Street, Dublin, Ireland.2 He was the son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey.

His father George Cree died on 24 November 1910 in 40 Upper Mount St, Dublin, Ireland.3

Robert Ewart Cree was awarded the Military Cross on 14 January 1916.4

Robert Ewart Cree married Helen Maud Firman in 1919.

His son Dr George Ewart Cree was born on 26 July 1920 in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England.

Major Cree was a leading fascist in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland in the 1920s.5,6

His wife Helen Maud Firman died in 1955 in Maidstone, Kent, England.

Robert Ewart Cree died on 24 October 1955 in Beaminster, Dorset, England. Dr. R. E. CREE died at Beaminster, Dorset, where he had been living in retirement, on October 24 at the age of 77. Robert Ewart Cree was born at Dublin on December 7, 1877, the youngest son of Mr George Cree, barrister-at-law, and was educated at St Stephen's School and at Trinity College, Dublin. He graduated B.A, from Dublin University in 1898, and three years later obtained the degrees M.B., B Ch. He proceeded to the M.D. in 1902, in which year he also took the B.A.O. and the L.M. after completing the course at Rotunda Hospital. He served in the South African War, being awarded the Queen's medal. After the war he continued his studies at Vienna, Freiburg, Heidelberg, and London before setting up in practice as an ophthalmic surgeon at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. On the outbreak of the first world war in 1914 he entered the R.A.M.C. and served in France with the 6th Cavalry Field Ambulance, and was awarded the Military Cross in 1916 for outstanding bravery in evacuating wounded while under heavy shell-fire. He later served in Mesopotamia, Italy, Salonika, and the Caucasus. Invalided home in 1919, he resumed his ophthalmic practice at Newcastle and was appointed consulting ophthalmic surgeon to the Fleming Memorial Hospital and to the Ministry of Pensions Clinic. In 1928 he moved to London, continuing his work for the Ministry of Pensions and taking up general practice at Willesden, where he made full use of his skills in ophthalmology. During the second world war he worked at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital at Llandrindod Wells, becoming deputy medical superintendent. He returned to Willesden in 1945 and continued in practice there until a few months ago, when progressive illness compelled his retirement and he went to live at Beaminster. His death will be mourned by the many patients to whom he had endeared himself and by his former colleagues. He is survived by his widow and a son, to whom our sincere sympathy is extended.

M.M. writes: By the death of Dr R.E. Cree there has been removed from the medical scene a gallant and cultured physician of the last generation. Doctor, soldier, athlete, musician, and lover of fine things, he brought to bear upon every facet of his long and varied career on the one hand outstanding courage and determination, and on the other the impact of a lively and cultivated mind. He spent his youth in the atmosphere of charm and graciousness which was the Dublin of the late nineteenth century. His father's house was a hub of musical Dublin, and Cree himself studied the cello from the age of 7. He became a very accomplished cellist, winning many awards and gold medals, and he would recall with nostalgia the many fine musical occasions in which he took part at his house. Of short stature, he was nevertheless an outstanding athlete at Trinity, and characteristically chose that branch of athletics which perhaps more than any other calls for grit and determination - long-distance running. He acquired the nickname and repute of "a pocket Hercules" and some of his records stood for many years. To the end of his life he retained his fine clinical acumen and his lively and experimental approach to therapeutics, and earned the respect of his colleagues, both general practitioners and consultants.7

Child of Robert Ewart Cree and Helen Maud Firman

References

  1. Physician.
  2. [S575] Belfast Telegraph, Birth, Marriage and Death Notices, 12 Dec 1877.
  3. [S84] Papers of Dr George Ewart Cree.
  4. [S415] London Gazette, Supplement to the London Gazette, 14 January 1916. p577. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/29438/supplement/…, "Awarded the Military Cross... Temporary Captain Robert Ewart Cree, M.B., Royal Army Medical Corps."
  5. [S18] Personal communication, Email from John North, 20 May 2000, quoting an unnamed book., "Major R Ewart Cree was a leading light in the Tyneside Fascist (or Fascisti) movement in the 1920s. Across the country they had established a para-military type of organisation under the authority of "zone" and "area" commanders. A Newcastle upon Tyne branch was opened in April 1925 and Cree became the zone commander. Characterised by rabid anti-semitism the Newcastle Fascists saw "international Jewry as the source of Bolshevik conspiracy". Riven by splits and factions the North East organisation had collapsed by May 1926. Major Cree sounded its final whimper urging such Fascists as remained to become strikebreakers during the 1926 General Strike."
  6. [S561] Gordon Stridiron, Blackshirts in Geordieland, p 17, "On Wednesday July 22nd that year, the Sunderland area fascists
    had a successful dance... About 200 people attended, including the County Commander Major R. Ewart Cree, MC..."
  7. [S560] British Medical Journal, 26 Nov 1955, "Dr. R. E. CREE died at Beaminster, Dorset, where he had been living in retirement, on October 24 at the age of 77. Robert Ewart Cree was born at Dublin on December 7, 1877, the youngest son of Mr George Cree, barrister-at-law, and was educated at St Stephen's School and at Trinity College, Dublin. He graduated B.A, from Dublin University in 1898, and three years later obtained the degrees M.B., B Ch. He proceeded to the M.D. in 1902, in which year he also took the B.A.O. and the L.M. after completing the course at Rotunda Hospital. He served in the South African War, being awarded the Queen's medal. After the war he continued his studies at Vienna, Freiburg, Heidelberg, and London before setting up in practice as an ophthalmic surgeon at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. On the outbreak of the first world war in 1914 he entered the R.A.M.C. and served in France with the 6th Cavalry Field Ambulance, and was awarded the Military Cross in 1916 for outstanding bravery in evacuating wounded while under heavy shell-fire. He later served in Mesopotamia, Italy, Salonika, and the Caucasus. Invalided home in 1919, he resumed his ophthalmic practice at Newcastle and was appointed consulting ophthalmic surgeon to the Fleming Memorial Hospital and to the Ministry of Pensions Clinic. In 1928 he moved to London, continuing his work for the Ministry of Pensions and taking up general practice at Willesden, where he made full use of his skills in ophthalmology. During the second world war he worked at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital at Llandrindod Wells, becoming deputy medical superintendent. He returned to Willesden in 1945 and continued in practice there until a few months ago, when progressive illness compelled his retirement and he went to live at Beaminster. His death will be mourned by the many patients to whom he had endeared himself and by his former colleagues. He is survived by his widow and a son, to whom our sincere sympathy is extended.

    M.M. writes: By the death of Dr R.E. Cree there has been removed from the medical scene a gallant and cultured physician of the last generation. Doctor, soldier, athlete, musician, and lover of fine things, he brought to bear upon every facet of his long and varied career on the one hand outstanding courage and determination, and on the other the impact of a lively and cultivated mind. He spent his youth in the atmosphere of charm and graciousness which was the Dublin of the late nineteenth century. His father's house was a hub of musical Dublin, and Cree himself studied the cello from the age of 7. He became a very accomplished cellist, winning many awards and gold medals, and he would recall with nostalgia the many fine musical occasions in which he took part at his house. Of short stature, he was nevertheless an outstanding athlete at Trinity, and characteristically chose that branch of athletics which perhaps more than any other calls for grit and determination - long-distance running. He acquired the nickname and repute of "a pocket Hercules" and some of his records stood for many years. To the end of his life he retained his fine clinical acumen and his lively and experimental approach to therapeutics, and earned the respect of his colleagues, both general practitioners and consultants."
Last edited22 Aug 2017

Helen Maud Firman

Female, CreeID#1724, (between 1879 and 1880 - 1955)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Chart 1723 Dublin
Helen Maud Firman was born between 1879 and 1880.

Helen Maud Firman married Robert Ewart Cree, son of George Cree and Louisa Anna Coffey, in 1919.

Her son Dr George Ewart Cree was born on 26 July 1920 in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England.

Helen Maud Firman died in 1955 in Maidstone, Kent, England.

Child of Helen Maud Firman and Robert Ewart Cree

Last edited7 Mar 2014

Dr George Ewart Cree

Male, CreeID#1725, (26 July 1920 - 1991)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1723 Dublin
(an unknown value.) Dr George Ewart Cree was born on 26 July 1920 in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England. He was the son of Robert Ewart Cree and Helen Maud Firman.

Dr George Ewart Cree was a physician.

His mother Helen Maud Firman died in 1955 in Maidstone, Kent, England.

His father Robert Ewart Cree died on 24 October 1955 in Beaminster, Dorset, England.1

Dr George Ewart Cree died in 1991 in Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England.

References

  1. [S560] British Medical Journal, 26 Nov 1955, "Dr. R. E. CREE died at Beaminster, Dorset, where he had been living in retirement, on October 24 at the age of 77. Robert Ewart Cree was born at Dublin on December 7, 1877, the youngest son of Mr George Cree, barrister-at-law, and was educated at St Stephen's School and at Trinity College, Dublin. He graduated B.A, from Dublin University in 1898, and three years later obtained the degrees M.B., B Ch. He proceeded to the M.D. in 1902, in which year he also took the B.A.O. and the L.M. after completing the course at Rotunda Hospital. He served in the South African War, being awarded the Queen's medal. After the war he continued his studies at Vienna, Freiburg, Heidelberg, and London before setting up in practice as an ophthalmic surgeon at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. On the outbreak of the first world war in 1914 he entered the R.A.M.C. and served in France with the 6th Cavalry Field Ambulance, and was awarded the Military Cross in 1916 for outstanding bravery in evacuating wounded while under heavy shell-fire. He later served in Mesopotamia, Italy, Salonika, and the Caucasus. Invalided home in 1919, he resumed his ophthalmic practice at Newcastle and was appointed consulting ophthalmic surgeon to the Fleming Memorial Hospital and to the Ministry of Pensions Clinic. In 1928 he moved to London, continuing his work for the Ministry of Pensions and taking up general practice at Willesden, where he made full use of his skills in ophthalmology. During the second world war he worked at the Ministry of Pensions Hospital at Llandrindod Wells, becoming deputy medical superintendent. He returned to Willesden in 1945 and continued in practice there until a few months ago, when progressive illness compelled his retirement and he went to live at Beaminster. His death will be mourned by the many patients to whom he had endeared himself and by his former colleagues. He is survived by his widow and a son, to whom our sincere sympathy is extended.

    M.M. writes: By the death of Dr R.E. Cree there has been removed from the medical scene a gallant and cultured physician of the last generation. Doctor, soldier, athlete, musician, and lover of fine things, he brought to bear upon every facet of his long and varied career on the one hand outstanding courage and determination, and on the other the impact of a lively and cultivated mind. He spent his youth in the atmosphere of charm and graciousness which was the Dublin of the late nineteenth century. His father's house was a hub of musical Dublin, and Cree himself studied the cello from the age of 7. He became a very accomplished cellist, winning many awards and gold medals, and he would recall with nostalgia the many fine musical occasions in which he took part at his house. Of short stature, he was nevertheless an outstanding athlete at Trinity, and characteristically chose that branch of athletics which perhaps more than any other calls for grit and determination - long-distance running. He acquired the nickname and repute of "a pocket Hercules" and some of his records stood for many years. To the end of his life he retained his fine clinical acumen and his lively and experimental approach to therapeutics, and earned the respect of his colleagues, both general practitioners and consultants."
Last edited29 Aug 2011

Janet Crawford Rodger1

Female, CreeID#1731, ( - 27 January 1927)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Janet Crawford Rodger was the daughter of Robert Rodger.

Janet Crawford Rodger married John Cree, son of James Cree and Jane Ievers, on 23 April 1862 in St Patrick, County Clare, Ireland. This was a civil marriage ceremony.2,3

Her daughter Julia Florence Cree was born on 19 May 1863 in Limerick, Ireland.

Her daughter Julia Florence Cree died on 29 December 1863 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.4

Her daughter Alice Jeane Cree was born on 25 July 1864 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.5

Her daughter Alice Jeane Cree died on 10 December 1865 in Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.6,7

Her daughter Margaret Sophia Cree was born on 30 August 1866 in Thomond Place, Limerick.8,9

Her son Robert Edgar Cree was born on 11 December 1867 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.10

Her son Alfred William Cree was born on 31 July 1870 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.11

Her son Alfred William Cree died on 26 January 1871 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.12

Her son St John Cree was born on 24 June 1872 in Ireland.13,14

In 1880 Janet Crawford Rodger and John Cree moved from Ireland and settled at White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA, accompanied by Robert Edgar Cree and St John Cree.15

Her husband John Cree died on 9 April 1904 in Albemarle, Virginia, USA.16

Janet Crawford Rodger arrived in New York City, USA, on 8 January 1906. She was 62 years old and a widow. Her last residence was given as Dublin, Ireland. She had sailed from Liverpool, England, (or perhaps from Queenstown, now Cobh, Ireland) on board the Carmania.17

Janet Crawford Rodger and Phoebe Hornidge arrived in New York City on 18 September 1912. Janet was aged 65 and a housewife while Phoebe was 21 and from Blessington, County Wicklow. Other members of their party were Georgina N Greaves aged 50, and Louis Higginson, 20, both of of Ivy, Virginia (although both were Irish). The party had set sail from Southampton, England, on board the SS Oceanic on 11 September 1912. Their destination was Ivy, Virginia.17

On 26 March 1920 Janet Crawford Rodger was living in the household of Robert Edgar Cree in White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, along with St John Cree. Robert E Cree was aged 51 and single. His mother Janette (sic) C Cree was 77 and widowed. His brother St John Cree was 46 and also single. The men were stated to be born in Virginia of Irish parents but this is definitely incorrect.18

Janet Crawford Rodger died on 27 January 1927.14 She was buried in Saint Pauls Cemetery, Ivy, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA.19

Children of Janet Crawford Rodger and John Cree

References

  1. Dau of Robert Rodger, merchant of Cottage, Co Limerick.
  2. [S94] IGI, FHL Film 101437. It shows the marriage location as Limerick.
  3. [S392] Webpage Clare marriages (http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/clare/ClareMarriages.htm), Quoting FHL Film 101437 Dates: 1862 - 1862.
  4. [S457] Web site, http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Ievers,%20Cree.pdf.
  5. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  6. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes, Ireland Civil Reg Indexes Vol 20 p 240.
  7. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree, Browing, Barrington-2.pdf under 1865.
  8. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B12.
  9. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Grantc.pdf., "Births. On the 30th inst., at Thomond-place, the wife of John Cree, Esq., of Deebert House, Kilmallock, of a daughter."
  10. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B19.
  11. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Newspaper report dated 31 Jan 1781. Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/…
  12. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Extract from unknown newspaper at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Bourke,%20Cree,%20Wolfe-1.pdf, "Deaths: On the 20th inst., the infant son of Mr John Cree, Deebert House, Kilmallock, aged 6 months."
  13. [S399] USA Census 1920, US Census, "age 46."
  14. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/).
  15. [S10] Census Returns, USA 1930, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/C87L-X6Z., "Immigration Year: 1880."
  16. [S18] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree 21 May 2012.
  17. [S494] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals.
  18. [S399] USA Census 1920, US Census.
  19. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/), "wife of John Cree."
Last edited25 Oct 2016

Julia Florence Cree

Female, CreeID#1732, (19 May 1863 - 29 December 1863)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Julia Florence Cree was born on 19 May 1863 in Limerick, Ireland. She was the daughter of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger.

Julia Florence Cree died on 29 December 1863 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.1

References

  1. [S457] Web site, http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Ievers,%20Cree.pdf.
Last edited2 Apr 2013

Alice Jeane Cree

Female, CreeID#1733, (25 July 1864 - 10 December 1865)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Alice Jeane Cree was also known as Jane Cree. She was born on 25 July 1864 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland. The birth was registered on 15 August 1864 by James Grove, a coachman.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger.

Alice Jeane Cree died on 10 December 1865 in Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland. She was one year and five months old The date was the "10th inst." but the month is not given.2,3

References

  1. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes.
  2. [S131] Civil Registration Indexes, Ireland Civil Reg Indexes Vol 20 p 240.
  3. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Cree, Browing, Barrington-2.pdf under 1865.
Last edited16 Apr 2015

Margaret Sophia Cree1

Female, CreeID#1734, (30 August 1866 - 15 September 1954)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Margaret Sophia Cree was born on 30 August 1866 in Thomond Place, Limerick, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger.1

Margaret Sophia Cree married Richard C Hornidge.

Her daughter Phoebe Hornidge was born in 1890 or 1891 in Blessington, County Wicklow, Ireland.3

Her father John Cree died on 9 April 1904 in Albemarle, Virginia, USA.4

Her husband Richard C Hornidge died c February 1911 in Christchurch, Hampshire, England.5

In 1912 Margaret Sophia Cree and Phoebe Hornidge were living in Tulfarris, Blessington, County Wicklow, Ireland.3

Margaret Sophia Cree arrived in New York City, USA, on 21 June 1925. She had sailed from Liverpool, England, on the ship SS Carmania.6

Her mother Janet Crawford Rodger died on 27 January 1927.7

Margaret Sophia Cree died on 15 September 1954 in San Diego, California, USA.8 She was buried in Saint Pauls Cemetery, Ivy, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA.9

Child of Margaret Sophia Cree and Richard C Hornidge

References

  1. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B12.
  2. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Grantc.pdf., "Births. On the 30th inst., at Thomond-place, the wife of John Cree, Esq., of Deebert House, Kilmallock, of a daughter."
  3. [S494] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals.
  4. [S18] Personal communication, Email from Trevor Cree 21 May 2012.
  5. [S323] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 2b p 495, "age 47."
  6. [S30] Passenger List , 1820-1957, "Arrival: 21 June 1925. Birth: about 1867. Location: Limerick, Ireland. Age: 58 years. Nationality: Irish."
  7. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/).
  8. [S492] Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk), State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA.
  9. [S346] Website Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/), "wife of Richard J. Hornidge, age 88."
Last edited20 Jan 2017

Robert Edgar Cree1

Male, CreeID#1735, (11 December 1867 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Robert Edgar Cree was born on 11 December 1867 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.1 He was the son of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger.1

Robert Edgar Cree accompanied John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger when they moved from Ireland to White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA, in 1880.2

On 26 March 1920 Robert Edgar Cree was living in White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, along with Janet Crawford Rodger and St John Cree. Robert E Cree was aged 51 and single. His mother Janette (sic) C Cree was 77 and widowed. His brother St John Cree was 46 and also single. The men were stated to be born in Virginia of Irish parents but this is definitely incorrect.3

In 1930 Robert Edgar Cree was living in White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, along with St John Cree. They had a boarder and two servants living in the household.4

In 1940 Robert Edgar Cree was living in White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia, along with St John Cree. Robert was 69, single and a farm manager. His brother St John was 66 and the same lodger as in 1930 was living with them.

References

  1. [S12] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 3 B19.
  2. [S10] Census Returns, USA 1930, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/C87L-X6Z., "Immigration Year: 1880."
  3. [S399] USA Census 1920, US Census.
  4. [S10] Census Returns, USA 1930, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/C87L-X6Z. Their birth places were incorrectly stated to Northern Ireland. Their parents' birth places were given as "Irish Free State."
Last edited16 Apr 2015

Alfred William Cree

Male, CreeID#1736, (31 July 1870 - 26 January 1871)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1450 Glasgow (2)
Alfred William Cree was born on 31 July 1870 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick, Ireland.1 He was the son of John Cree and Janet Crawford Rodger.

Alfred William Cree died on 26 January 1871 in Deebert House, Kilmallock, County Limerick.2

References

  1. [S423] Website Limerick City Council (http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/), Newspaper report dated 31 Jan 1781. Shown at http://www.limerickcity.ie/Library/LocalStudies/…
  2. [S413] Limerick Chronicle, Extract from unknown newspaper at http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/Bourke,%20Cree,%20Wolfe-1.pdf, "Deaths: On the 20th inst., the infant son of Mr John Cree, Deebert House, Kilmallock, aged 6 months."
Last edited24 Jun 2012

James Cree1

Male, CreeID#1737, (26 June 1760 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1447 Perth shoemakers
James Cree was baptised on 26 June 1760 in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of William Crie and Mary Dunlop.1

In 1766 James Cree was living in the household of William Crie and Mary Dunlop in Perth, Scotland, along with Ann Crie and John Cree. "Wm Crie, Shoemaker, 2 Heads of Family, 2 m 1 f children under 15, 2 est. church."2

In 1773 James Cree was living in the household of William Crie and Mary Dunlop in Perth, along with Ann Crie and John Cree. "William Crie, Shoemaker, wife and four children in back apartments." (tenants of Peter Craigies.)3

James Cree was a Deacon of Shoemakers of Perth. There is some doubt about this date and so it needs checking. The other parties were the same as in a very similar deed by James Cree's namesake and grandfather in 1758. before 1789.4

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S116] Perth Census 1766, 3/86.
  3. [S290] Perth Census 1773, f 50(d).
  4. [S100] Perth Burgh Book of Deeds, B59/8/45 pp 409-413 dated 24 August 1789.
Last edited1 Nov 2014

Walter Faichney

Male, CreeID#1738, (c 1640? - after 1715)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1306 Perth glovers
Walter Faichney was a glover.

Walter Faichney was also known as Fechney. He was born c 1640?.

Walter Faichney married Christan Crie, daughter of John Crie the elder and Elspeth Gairdner, on 12 April 1664 in Perth, Scotland.1

His son George Faichney was baptised on 30 August 1666 in Perth.1 On 30 September 1678 in Perth Walter Faichney was elected as Treasurer.2

On 18 August 1690 in Perth Walter Faichney and James Crie were parties to a deed. "Extract assurance signed in the burgh court of Perth in presence of..." a list of 29 names.3 On 29 September 1690 Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie. On 1 October 1694 in Perth Walter Faichney was elected as Dean of Guild.2 On 3 October 1698 Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie. On 5 October 1702 Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie. On 30 September 1706 in Perth Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie. On 2 October 1710 Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie. On 4 October 1714 Walter Faichney was elected as Bailie.

Walter Faichney died after 1715.

Child of Walter Faichney and Christan Crie

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S123] Chart of Magistracy.
  3. [S112] Privy Council Register, p 697 no. 38.
Last edited14 Jun 2017

John Cree1

Male, CreeID#1739, (20 February 1762 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1447 Perth shoemakers
John Cree was baptised on 20 February 1762 in Glasgow, Scotland.1 He was the son of William Crie and Mary Dunlop.1

In 1766 John Cree was living in the household of William Crie and Mary Dunlop in Perth, Scotland, along with Ann Crie and James Cree. "Wm Crie, Shoemaker, 2 Heads of Family, 2 m 1 f children under 15, 2 est. church."2

In 1773 John Cree was living in the household of William Crie and Mary Dunlop in Perth, along with Ann Crie and James Cree. "William Crie, Shoemaker, wife and four children in back apartments." (tenants of Peter Craigies.)3

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S116] Perth Census 1766, 3/86.
  3. [S290] Perth Census 1773, f 50(d).
Last edited9 Apr 1998

John Cree1

Male, CreeID#1740, (15 June 1735 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
John Cree was baptised on 15 June 1735 in Tibbermore, Perthshire, Scotland.1 He was the son of Hugh Crie and Margaret Haly.1

John Cree was a shoemaker in 1760 in Glasgow, Scotland.2,3,4

John Cree married Agnes McFarland, daughter of John McFarland, on 23 November 1760 in the High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland. "John Cree shoemaker married Agnes McFarland, lawful daughter of the late John McFarland, workman."3

His son John Crie was born on 1 May 1761 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.5,6

His daughter Margaret Cree was baptised on 29 January 1763 in the High Kirk, Glasgow.1

His child (---) Cree was born on 27 February 1764.1

His son William Crie was born on 14 April 1765 in Glasgow.7

His daughter Isobel Cree was born on 1 June 1767 in Glasgow.8

His son David Cree was born on 27 June 1769 in Glasgow.9

His son David Cree was born on 10 February 1771 in Glasgow.10 John Cree was a witness at the baptism of James Crie on 20 September 1801 in Glasgow.11,12

Children of John Cree and Agnes McFarland

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, #25 quoted from burial at Glasgow High Kirk.
  3. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk PR Marriages 3, 1760-80.
  4. [S121] 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., High Kirk OPR Baptisms 11 Feb 1771.
  5. [S457] Web site, Hall Family Database, by Robert Hall http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, extracted 14 March 2012.
  6. [S484] Family Search web site, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X17S-D6T
  7. [S278] Family Bible.
  8. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk Baptisms.
  9. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk.
  10. [S121] 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., High Kirk PR 1768-72 Baptisms.
  11. [S74] OPRI 1992, OPRI says birth but Mrs Shippey says this is date of baptism.
  12. [S136] Shippey research.
Last edited21 May 2011

Agnes McFarland1

Female, CreeID#1741, (between 1734 and 1735 - 26 November 1775)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
Agnes McFarland was born between 1734 and 1735.2 She was the daughter of John McFarland.

Agnes McFarland married John Cree, son of Hugh Crie and Margaret Haly, on 23 November 1760 in the High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland. "John Cree shoemaker married Agnes McFarland, lawful daughter of the late John McFarland, workman."3

Her son John Crie was born on 1 May 1761 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.4,5

Her daughter Margaret Cree was baptised on 29 January 1763 in the High Kirk, Glasgow.6

Her child (---) Cree died on 27 February 1764.

Her child (---) Cree was born on 27 February 1764.6

Her son William Crie was born on 14 April 1765 in Glasgow, Scotland.7

Her daughter Isobel Cree was born on 1 June 1767 in Glasgow.8

Her son David Cree was born on 27 June 1769 in Glasgow.9

Her son David Cree died on 19 January 1771 in Glasgow.10

Her son David Cree was born on 10 February 1771 in Glasgow.11

Agnes McFarland died on 26 November 1775 in Glasgow. The date is probably that of burial. The cause of death was given as "child bed."12,9 She was buried on 26 November 1775 in High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland. "Wife of John Cree, Shoemaker... aged 40 years."13

Children of Agnes McFarland and John Cree

References

  1. Dau of John McF.
  2. [S121] 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., She was aged 40 at her death in 1775.
  3. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk PR Marriages 3, 1760-80.
  4. [S457] Web site, Hall Family Database, by Robert Hall http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, extracted 14 March 2012.
  5. [S484] Family Search web site, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X17S-D6T
  6. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  7. [S278] Family Bible.
  8. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk Baptisms.
  9. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk.
  10. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, Deaths #22.
  11. [S121] 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., High Kirk PR 1768-72 Baptisms.
  12. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, #25 quoted from burials at Glasgow High Kirk.
  13. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, Deaths #25.
Last edited21 May 2011

John Cree

Male, CreeID#1742, (c 1767? - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1742 Tarbolton
Chart 2871Coylton
John Cree was born c 1767?. He was the son of Patrick Cree and Alice Green.

John Cree married (---) Cree (married name) c 1791.

Between 1793 and 1794 John Cree was living in Giegrehill, Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.1

His son George Crie was baptised on 13 January 1793 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.1

His daughter Barbra Crie was baptised on 15 August 1794 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.1

John Cree married Susannah Neill c 1796.

Between 1797 and 1802 John Cree and Susannah Neill were living in Hillside, Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.1

His son John Cree was born on 10 April 1797 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.1

His son James Cree was born on 1 September 1798 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.1

His son Patrick Cree was baptised on 18 July 1802 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.1

His son Peter Cree was born in 1810 or 1811.2

John Cree was a mason's labourer.3

Children of John Cree and (---) Cree (married name)

Children of John Cree and Susannah Neill

References

  1. [S121] 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., transcr. Donald Manson.
  2. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/223. Death cert.
  3. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 20Mar/335. 1885 Death cert. of son John.
Last edited25 Jun 2012

Margaret Cree1

Female, CreeID#1743, (29 January 1763 - 13 February 1791)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
Margaret Cree was also known as Mary. She is named thus in all family records.2 She was baptised on 29 January 1763 in the High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Agnes McFarland.

Her mother Agnes McFarland died on 26 November 1775 in Glasgow, Scotland.3,4

Margaret Cree died on 13 February 1791 in Glasgow.4

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S89] Deane Papers, I p 5.
  3. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, #25 quoted from burials at Glasgow High Kirk.
  4. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk.
Last edited8 Nov 2007

William Crie1

Male, CreeID#1744, (14 April 1765 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
William Crie was born on 14 April 1765 in Glasgow, Scotland.2 He was the son of John Cree and Agnes McFarland.1 William Crie was baptised on 16 April 1765 in the High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland.1

William Crie married Margaret Jarvie on 7 October 1787 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. The Family Bible states, "William Crie & Margaret Jarvis [sic] were married in Glasgow, North Britain, by Rev. Dr Robert Balfor, on the 25th of May in the year of our Lord 1787." There is an obvious reason for the discrepancy between this date and that in the Parochial record.2,1

His son John Crie was born on 17 February 1788 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.3

His daughter Margaret Crie was born on 22 March 1790 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.1

His son William Crie was born on 25 April 1792 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.1

His daughter Agnes Crie was born on 4 February 1794 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.1

His daughter Isobel Crie was born on 15 April 1796 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.1

His son Thomas Crie was born on 22 April 1798 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.1

Julia Clayton wrote: The Crie family arrived in Portland, Maine from Scotland sometime between 1798 and 1802. After the [American] Civil War, my great-great-grandfather, Edward Crie, moved to St. Louis Missouri (1868) and eventually into Johnson County, Texas (1870). This information is very well documented; most of the data came directly from a family Bible.4

His daughter Isabella Crie was born on 13 September 1802 in Portland, Maine, USA.4

His daughter Margaret Crie was born on 23 September 1804 in Portland, Maine.4

His son James Rennie Crie was born on 29 November 1806 in Portland, Maine.4

His daughter Jean Rennie Crie was born on 1 February 1809 in Portland, Maine.4

His daughter Lucy A Crie was born c 1810 in Portland, Maine.4

Children of William Crie and Margaret Jarvie

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S278] Family Bible.
  3. [S74] OPRI 1992, Julie Clayton reports the date as 28 Feb.
  4. [S184] Many Worlds Crossover.
Last edited19 Mar 2014

Isobel Cree1

Female, CreeID#1745, (1 June 1767 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
Isobel Cree was born on 1 June 1767 in Glasgow, Scotland. The baptism was on the same day at the High Kirk; witneses were John McFarlan and William Miller.2 She was the daughter of John Cree and Agnes McFarland.

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk Baptisms.
Last edited8 Nov 2007

David Cree1

Male, CreeID#1746, (27 June 1769 - 19 January 1771)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
David Cree was born on 27 June 1769 in Glasgow, Scotland.2 He was the son of John Cree and Agnes McFarland.

David Cree died on 19 January 1771 in Glasgow. "Aged 1 1/3 yrs - Teething."3 He were interred in High Kirk, Glasgow, Scotland. "Son of John Cree, Shoemaker."

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk.
  3. [S98] Papers of Eddie O'Neill, 1995, Deaths #22.
Last edited8 Nov 2007

David Cree1

Male, CreeID#1747, (10 February 1771 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1444 Saline (1)
David Cree was born on 10 February 1771 in Glasgow, Scotland. The baptism was on 11 Feb 1771 at the High Kirk; witnesses Alexander Miller, William Miller.2 He was the son of John Cree and Agnes McFarland.

David Cree married Janet Reid c 1791. David is recorded as being both a shoemaker and a leather merchant.3

His daughter Helen Cree was born c February 1793.

His son John Crie was born on 10 March 1793 in Glasgow.1

His son David Cree was born on 20 June 1795 in Glasgow.1

His son Archibald Crie was born on 5 May 1797 in Glasgow.1

His son John Crie was born on 8 March 1799 in Glasgow.1

David Cree was a sailor in 1801.

His son James Crie was baptised on 20 September 1801 in Glasgow.4,5

David Cree was a shoemaker in 1804.

His son Robert Crie was born on 7 March 1804 in Glasgow.1

His daughter Janet Crie was born on 7 November 1808 in Glasgow.1

David Cree was a leather merchant, according to the 1879 death certificate of his son James.6

Children of David Cree and Janet Reid

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S121] 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., High Kirk PR 1768-72 Baptisms.
  3. [S121] 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., Glasgow High Kirk.
  4. [S74] OPRI 1992, OPRI says birth but Mrs Shippey says this is date of baptism.
  5. [S136] Shippey research.
  6. [S85] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's Papers 20Mar/259. Death cert.
Last edited18 Oct 2013

(---) Cree (married name)

Female, CreeID#1748, ( - before 1796)
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1742 Tarbolton
Chart 2871Coylton
(---) Cree (married name) married John Cree, son of Patrick Cree and Alice Green, c 1791.

Her son George Crie was baptised on 13 January 1793 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.1

Her daughter Barbra Crie was baptised on 15 August 1794 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.1

(---) Cree (married name) died before 1796.

Children of (---) Cree (married name) and John Cree

References

  1. [S121] 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., transcr. Donald Manson.
Last edited17 Jan 2012

George Crie1

Male, CreeID#1749, (13 January 1793 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1742 Tarbolton
Chart 2871Coylton
George Crie was baptised on 13 January 1793 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.2 He was the son of John Cree and (---) Cree (married name).

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S121] 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., transcr. Donald Manson.
Last edited9 Apr 1998

Barbra Crie1

Female, CreeID#1750, (15 August 1794 - )
ChartsLine 7. The Perth glovers line
Chart 1742 Tarbolton
Chart 2871Coylton
Barbra Crie was baptised on 15 August 1794 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.2 She was the daughter of John Cree and (---) Cree (married name).

Her son James Cree was born on 18 August 1816 in Tarbolton, Ayrshire.2

Child of Barbra Crie and James Wright

References

  1. [S74] OPRI 1992.
  2. [S121] 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., transcr. Donald Manson.
  3. [S18] Personal communication, Donald Manson 28 Apr 1992.
Last edited9 Apr 1998