Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA

Male, CreeID#2651, (c November 1856 - 12 November 1884)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA was born c November 1856 in Worksop Reg Dist, Nottinghamshire, England.1

Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA married Annette Cree, daughter of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock, c September 1882 in Islington, London, England.2

Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA was a physician.1

Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA died on 12 November 1884 in Gympie, Queensland, Australia.1

Family: Morley Eddison Clough MRCS LSA and Annette Cree

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 52.
  2. [S215] Civil Registrations, FreeBMD Vol 1b p392.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Edward Russell Cree

Male, CreeID#2652, (27 May 1858 - 29 December 1903)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Edward Russell Cree was born on 27 May 1858 in Falmouth, Cornwall, England.1,2 He was the son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock.

Edward Russell Cree married Laura Isobel Haine c November 1883 in Plympton, Devon, England.3

His mother Eliza Tanner Hancock died on 31 December 1895 in Islington, London, England.4,5

His father Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN died on 15 January 1901 in Islington, London.6

Edward Russell Cree died on 29 December 1903 in Wokingham, Berkshire, England. Edward and Isobel had no children. He was buried on 2 January 1904 in Highgate Cemetery, London, England. This grave's reference is 35402 square 70.5

Family: Edward Russell Cree and Laura Isobel Haine

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Ref Vol 5c p 220.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 1, M233.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p115 (indexed under March 1896 quarter).
  5. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, p 52.
  6. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p139.
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Laura Isobel Haine

Female, CreeID#2653, (1863 - June 1940)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Laura Isobel Haine was born in 1863. This is from age at death. She may have been born at Poplar c August 1866 although the name registered was Laura M A Haine.1,2

Laura Isobel Haine married Edward Russell Cree, son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock, c November 1883 in Plympton, Devon, England.3

Her husband Edward Russell Cree died on 29 December 1903 in Wokingham, Berkshire, England.

Laura Isobel Haine died in June 1940 in Bath, Somerset, England. She was 77.1 She was buried on 19 June 1940 in Highgate Cemetery, London, England. This grave's reference is 35402 square 70.4

Family: Laura Isobel Haine and Edward Russell Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 5c p 1550.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Vol 1c p 585.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 1, M233.
  4. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 52.
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Herbert Eustace Cree

Male, CreeID#2654, (27 November 1859 - 25 January 1926)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish were living in Coonoor, Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu, India.1 Herbert Eustace Cree was born on 27 November 1859 in Budock, Cornwall, England.2,3 He was the son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock.

Herbert Eustace Cree married Beatrice Melhuish c 1881?.

Herbert Eustace Cree was a Surgeon Captain on the Indian Army Medical Staff on 28 July 1895 in Kasauli, Solan district, Himachal Pradesh, India.4

His daughter Dorys Annette Cree was born on 28 July 1895 in Kasauli, Solan district, Himachal Pradesh.4

His mother Eliza Tanner Hancock died on 31 December 1895 in Islington, London, England.5,6

His father Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN died on 15 January 1901 in Islington, London.7

His daughter Nancy Catherine Cree was born on 20 October 1902 in Coonoor, Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu.1

His son John Edward Cree was born on 6 November 1909 in Medway Reg Dist, Kent, England.8,2

Herbert Eustace Cree was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps of the Indian Army on 1 January 1912 in Subathu, Solan district, Himachal Pradesh, India. He was the officer commanding the Station Hospital, Subathu, together with Kasauli and Dagshai, were hill depots created by the British Army in the mid-19th c for the families and some of the troops to escape to in the hot weather which was so unhealthy in the plains.9

Herbert Eustace Cree died on 25 January 1926 in London, England. He was aged 66.2,10

Children of Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish

References

  1. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1902 editions,, "Entry from Births 1902: Oct 20th at Coonoor the wife of Major H E Cree RAMC of a daughter."
  2. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Falmouth Reg. Dist. GRO ref Vol 5c p 227.
  4. [S182] Website FIBIS (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1895 editions, edition of 31 Jul 1895. http://search.fibis.org/frontis/bin/aps_detail.php, "Entry from Births 1895: July 28th at Kasauli the wife of Surgeon Captain HE Cree Army Medical Staff of a daughter."
  5. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p115 (indexed under March 1896 quarter).
  6. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, p 52.
  7. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p139.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO ref Vol 2a p 701.
  9. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), quoting Graden, Debra, comp., Indian Army Quarterly List for 1 January 1912.
  10. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO ref Vol 1c p 12.
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Beatrice Melhuish

Female, CreeID#2655
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Beatrice Melhuish and Herbert Eustace Cree were living in Coonoor, Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu, India.1

Beatrice Melhuish married Herbert Eustace Cree, son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock, c 1881?.

Her daughter Dorys Annette Cree was born on 28 July 1895 in Kasauli, Solan district, Himachal Pradesh, India.2

Her daughter Nancy Catherine Cree was born on 20 October 1902 in Coonoor, Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu.1

Her son John Edward Cree was born on 6 November 1909 in Medway Reg Dist, Kent, England.3,4

Children of Beatrice Melhuish and Herbert Eustace Cree

References

  1. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1902 editions,, "Entry from Births 1902: Oct 20th at Coonoor the wife of Major H E Cree RAMC of a daughter."
  2. [S182] Website FIBIS (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1895 editions, edition of 31 Jul 1895. http://search.fibis.org/frontis/bin/aps_detail.php, "Entry from Births 1895: July 28th at Kasauli the wife of Surgeon Captain HE Cree Army Medical Staff of a daughter."
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO ref Vol 2a p 701.
  4. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
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Dorys Annette Cree

Female, CreeID#2656, (28 July 1895 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Dorys Annette Cree was born on 28 July 1895 in Kasauli, Solan district, Himachal Pradesh, India.1 She was the daughter of Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish.

Dorys Annette Cree was a teacher.2

References

  1. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1895 editions, edition of 31 Jul 1895. http://search.fibis.org/frontis/bin/aps_detail.php, "Entry from Births 1895: July 28th at Kasauli the wife of Surgeon Captain HE Cree Army Medical Staff of a daughter."
  2. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
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Nancy Catherine Cree

Female, CreeID#2657, (20 October 1902 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Nancy Catherine Cree was a teacher. She was born on 20 October 1902 in Coonoor, Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu, India.1 She was the daughter of Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish.

Nancy Catherine Cree married Kenneth Garrett in 1936.

Family: Nancy Catherine Cree and Kenneth Garrett

References

  1. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Births as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1902 editions,, "Entry from Births 1902: Oct 20th at Coonoor the wife of Major H E Cree RAMC of a daughter."
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Kenneth Garrett

Male, CreeID#2658, ( - 1960?)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Kenneth Garrett married Nancy Catherine Cree, daughter of Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish, in 1936.

Kenneth Garrett died in 1960?.

Family: Kenneth Garrett and Nancy Catherine Cree

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John Edward Cree

Male, CreeID#2659, (6 November 1909 - March 1952)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
John Edward Cree was born on 6 November 1909 in Medway Reg Dist, Kent, England.1,2 He was the son of Herbert Eustace Cree and Beatrice Melhuish.

His father Herbert Eustace Cree died on 25 January 1926 in London, England.2,3

John Edward Cree died in March 1952 in Pontypool Reg Dist, Wales.4

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO ref Vol 2a p 701.
  2. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO ref Vol 1c p 12.
  4. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 8c p 319.
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Arthur Hamilton Cree

Male, CreeID#2663, (10 April 1861 - 15 January 1918)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Arthur Hamilton Cree was born on 10 April 1861 in Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.1 He was the son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock.

His mother Eliza Tanner Hancock died on 31 December 1895 in Islington, London, England.2,3

His father Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN died on 15 January 1901 in Islington, London.4 Arthur Hamilton Cree was an insurance [agent] in June 1907 in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.5

Arthur Hamilton Cree married Muriel Romola Suddaby, daughter of Jeremiah Suddaby and Elizabeth Hall Murray, on 5 June 1907 in Berlin, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada.5

His son Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree was born on 24 June 1908 in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.6

His son Murray Athol Cree was born on 9 February 1912 in Fernie, British Columbia.7

Arthur Hamilton Cree died on 15 January 1918 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. He was buried in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Children of Arthur Hamilton Cree and Muriel Romola Suddaby

References

  1. [S215] Civil Registrations, FreeBMD Vol 5b p336.
  2. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p115 (indexed under March 1896 quarter).
  3. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 52.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p139.
  5. [S235] Website Ontario Vital Statistics Project (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/thisisit.htm), Waterloo Co., http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/water07p2.htm
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
  7. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, Seattle, on Derbysgen List 31 Dec 2000.
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Muriel Romola Suddaby1

Female, CreeID#2664, (between 1881 and 1882 - 10 January 1950)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Muriel Romola Suddaby was born between 1881 and 1882 in Berlin, Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada.2 She was the daughter of Jeremiah Suddaby and Elizabeth Hall Murray.

Muriel Romola Suddaby married Arthur Hamilton Cree, son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock, on 5 June 1907 in Berlin, Waterloo County, Ontario.3

Her son Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree was born on 24 June 1908 in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.4

Her father Jeremiah Suddaby died in 1910 in Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario, Canada.5

Her son Murray Athol Cree was born on 9 February 1912 in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.6

Her husband Arthur Hamilton Cree died on 15 January 1918 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. Muriel Romola Suddaby was an archivist.

Muriel Romola Suddaby died on 10 January 1950 in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada.7

Children of Muriel Romola Suddaby and Arthur Hamilton Cree

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, letter from Audrey Bowne, 28 May 1997 gives the middle name.
  2. [S235] Website Ontario Vital Statistics Project (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/thisisit.htm), Waterloo Co., http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/water07p2.htm, ""020426-07 (Waterloo Co) Arthur Hamilton CREE, 42, insurance, Stoke Devonshire England, Fernie B.C., s/o Edward Hodges CREE & Eliza TANNER married Muriel Romola SUDDABY, 25, Berlin, Berlin, d/o Jeremiah SUDDABY & Elizabeth Hall MURRAY, witn: Jeremiah SUDDABY of Berlin & Jennie Isabelle SUDDABY of Toronto, 5 June 1907 in Berlin.""
  3. [S235] Ontario Statistics, Waterloo Co., http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/water07p2.htm
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, 6 Apr 2010.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, Seattle, on Derbysgen List 31 Dec 2000.
  7. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 14 June 2008.
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Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree1

Male, CreeID#2665, (24 June 1908 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree was born on 24 June 1908 in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.1 He was the son of Arthur Hamilton Cree and Muriel Romola Suddaby.

Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree married Helen Isabel Mellin on 24 October 1936.2

His daughter Susan Cree was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.3

His son Richard Cree was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia.3 Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree was buried in St Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Duncan, British Columbia, Canada.2

Children of Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree and Helen Isabel Mellin

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 15 June 2008.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
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Helen Isabel Mellin1

Female, CreeID#2666
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Helen Isabel Mellin was also known as Nell.

Helen Isabel Mellin married Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree, son of Arthur Hamilton Cree and Muriel Romola Suddaby, on 24 October 1936.1

Her daughter Susan Cree was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.2

Her son Richard Cree was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia.2

Children of Helen Isabel Mellin and Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne 15 June 2008.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
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Susan Cree

Female, CreeID#2667, (between 1940 and 1949 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Susan Cree was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.1 She was the daughter of Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree and Helen Isabel Mellin.

Susan Cree married Robin MacFadyen.

In 2010 Susan Cree was living in England.2

Family: Susan Cree and Robin MacFadyen

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, 5 April 2010.
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Robin MacFadyen

Male, CreeID#2668
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Robin MacFadyen married Susan Cree, daughter of Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree and Helen Isabel Mellin.

Family: Robin MacFadyen and Susan Cree

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Richard Cree1

Male, CreeID#2669, (between 1940 and 1949 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Richard Cree was also known as Barry.2 He was born between 1940 and 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.3 He was the son of Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree and Helen Isabel Mellin.

Richard Cree married Loretta Billingham.

Family: Richard Cree and Loretta Billingham

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, 11 Apr 2010. (Another source has given his name as Richard.).
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Audrey Bowne, 11 Apr 2010.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email Audrey Bowne 11 Dec 2007.
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Loretta Billingham

Female, CreeID#2670
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Loretta Billingham married Richard Cree, son of Gerald Douglas Hamilton Cree and Helen Isabel Mellin.

Family: Loretta Billingham and Richard Cree

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Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG

Male, CreeID#2673, (4 July 1862 - 7 July 1932)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG was a army officer, RAMC, and led a distinguished military career.1 He was born on 4 July 1862 in Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.2,3 He was the son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock.

His mother Eliza Tanner Hancock died on 31 December 1895 in Islington, London, England.4,5

Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG married Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith on 4 June 1896 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.6

His son Douglas Gerald Cree was born on 27 January 1898 in Park Villa, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.7,8

His daughter Alice Deborah Cree was born on 19 August 1899 in Gibraltar.

His father Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN died on 15 January 1901 in Islington, London.9

His son Angus Broke Cree was born on 22 February 1902 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

His son Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree was born on 23 June 1905 in Stoke Damerel, Devon.

His son Philip Robert Cree was born on 28 February 1914 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG died on 7 July 1932 in Purbrook, Hampshire, England. A newspaper obituary stated: "Major-General Gerald Cree, late R.A.M.C., died at Purbrook, Hants, on Saturday, at the age of 70. The son of Deputy Inspector-General E.H.Cree, R.N., he was educated at Highgate School and Middlesex Hospital. He was Assistant Director of Medical Services at Aldershot in 1912, and served in the Great War, being mentioned four times and made C.B. and C.M.G. He retired in 1920."7

Children of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith

References

  1. [S130] Who Was Who , Vol III, 1929-40.
  2. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO ref Vol 5b p 321.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p115 (indexed under March 1896 quarter).
  5. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, p 52.
  6. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Vol 6a p 864.
  7. [S135] The Times, London.
  8. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Vol 6a p 410.
  9. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Vol 1b p139.
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Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith

Female, CreeID#2674, (11 January 1874 - 7 April 1966)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith was born on 11 January 1874 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 She was educated at Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.1

Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith married Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG, son of Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN and Eliza Tanner Hancock, on 4 June 1896 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.2

Her son Douglas Gerald Cree was born on 27 January 1898 in Park Villa, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.3,4

Her daughter Alice Deborah Cree was born on 19 August 1899 in Gibraltar.

Her son Angus Broke Cree was born on 22 February 1902 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Her son Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree was born on 23 June 1905 in Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.

Her son Philip Robert Cree was born on 28 February 1914 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Her husband Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG died on 7 July 1932 in Purbrook, Hampshire, England.3

Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith died on 7 April 1966 in Purbrook, Hampshire.

Children of Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith and Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 43.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Vol 6a p 864.
  3. [S135] The Times, London.
  4. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Vol 6a p 410.
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Alice Deborah Cree

Female, CreeID#2675, (19 August 1899 - c 1990)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Alice Deborah Cree was born on 19 August 1899 in Gibraltar. She was the daughter of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith.

Alice Deborah Cree married Major-General John Stuart Marshall on 2 March 1920 in All Saints' Church, Lucknow, India.1,2

Her father Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG died on 7 July 1932 in Purbrook, Hampshire, England.3

Her husband Major-General John Stuart Marshall died on 5 May 1944 in New Delhi, India.1

She lived principally in India and in 1945 was awarded the Bronze Medal of the Kaiser-i-Hind order for services to India in India.1

Alice Deborah Cree married Lt-Col Sir A J Dring on 20 March 1946 in Simla, India.

From 1951 to 1990 Alice Deborah Cree was living in Purbrook, Hampshire.1

Her mother Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith died on 7 April 1966 in Purbrook, Hampshire.

Alice Deborah Cree died c 1990.

Family: Alice Deborah Cree and Major-General John Stuart Marshall

Family: Alice Deborah Cree and Lt-Col Sir A J Dring

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 43.
  2. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Sundry Records from Lucknow.
  3. [S135] The Times, London.
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Major-General John Stuart Marshall

Male, CreeID#2676, ( - 5 May 1944)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Major-General John Stuart Marshall married Alice Deborah Cree, daughter of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith, on 2 March 1920 in All Saints' Church, Lucknow, India.1,2

Major-General John Stuart Marshall died on 5 May 1944 in New Delhi, India.1

Family: Major-General John Stuart Marshall and Alice Deborah Cree

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 43.
  2. [S182] Website Families in British India Society (http://www.new.fibis.org/), Sundry Records from Lucknow.
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Lt-Col Sir A J Dring

Male, CreeID#2677
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Lt-Col Sir A J Dring was a British Political Agent in South Waziristan from 1940 to 1942.1

Lt-Col Sir A J Dring married Alice Deborah Cree, daughter of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith, on 20 March 1946 in Simla, India.

Lt-Col Sir A J Dring was a Chief Secretary to the Government of the North West Frontier Province in 1947.

Family: Lt-Col Sir A J Dring and Alice Deborah Cree

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 43.
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Angus Broke Cree

Male, CreeID#2678, (22 February 1902 - 1981)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Angus Broke Cree was a army officer. He was born on 22 February 1902 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith.

Angus Broke Cree married Vera Growse on 30 April 1929.

His father Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG died on 7 July 1932 in Purbrook, Hampshire, England.1

His mother Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith died on 7 April 1966 in Purbrook, Hampshire.

Angus Broke Cree died in 1981.

Family: Angus Broke Cree and Vera Growse

References

  1. [S135] The Times, London.
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Vera Growse

Female, CreeID#2679
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch

Family: Vera Growse and Angus Broke Cree

Last edited15 Sep 2019

Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree

Male, CreeID#2680, (23 June 1905 - 21 August 1998)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree was born on 23 June 1905 in Stoke Damerel, Devon, England. He was the son of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith.

His father Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG died on 7 July 1932 in Purbrook, Hampshire, England.1

Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree was an army officer.

Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree married Joan A Eden on 19 November 1945.

His mother Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith died on 7 April 1966 in Purbrook, Hampshire.

Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree died on 21 August 1998.1

Family: Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree and Joan A Eden

References

  1. [S135] The Times, London.
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Joan A Eden

Female, CreeID#2681, ( - 3 March 2006)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Joan A Eden married Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, son of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith, on 19 November 1945.

Her husband Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree died on 21 August 1998.1

Joan A Eden died on 3 March 2006 in Somerset Nursing Home, Wheldrake, Yorkshire, England.2 She was buried on 17 March 2006 in Follaton Cemetery, Totnes, Devon, England. The funeral service was at St Davids Church, Ashprington.2

Family: Joan A Eden and Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree

References

  1. [S135] The Times, London.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, email Henrietta Heawood 08 March 2006.
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John Heawood

Male, CreeID#2683
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Philip Robert Cree

Male, CreeID#2684, (28 February 1914 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Philip Robert Cree was born on 28 February 1914 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith.

Philip Robert Cree married Jean Strafford in December 1969.

Philip Robert Cree was a land agent.1

Family: Philip Robert Cree and Jean Strafford

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 44.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Jean Strafford

Female, CreeID#2685
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Jean Strafford married Philip Robert Cree, son of Major General Gerald Cree CB, CMG and Isabella Sophie Alice Broke Smith, in December 1969.

Family: Jean Strafford and Philip Robert Cree

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Margaret Cree

Female, CreeID#2686, (28 October 1855 - 1929)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Margaret Cree was born on 28 October 1855 in South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland. IGI has birth registered in Edinburgh Parish.1,2,3 She was the daughter of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie.

On 7 April 1861 Margaret Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie in 7 Brunton Place, South Leith, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, along with William Cree. James was aged 44 and a wine merchant and distiller. Agnes was 28. Margaret was 4 and William 5. They had three servants.4

On 3 April 1881 Margaret Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie in 34 Royal Terrace, South Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland, along with William Cree and James Edward Cree. James Cree was aged 64 and a wine merchant. Agnes was aged 48. William aged 24 was also a wine merchant and the younger James Cree, 17, was a scholar. There were four servants living in the household.2

Margaret Cree married Walter Miller Richard, son of John M Richard and Margaret J M (---), in 1884 in St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.5,6

Her son Alan Miller Richard was born in 1891 or 1892.7

Her father James Cree died on 18 May 1891 in Angus VV Ranch, New Mexico, USA.8

Her son Lt-Col John Ernest Miller Richard OBE was born on 26 October 1894.9,10

Her mother Agnes Paxton Crabbie died in 1915 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.7

Margaret Cree died in 1929. She was aged 74.7 She was buried in Dean 2a Parish Church, Edinburgh, Scotland.7

Children of Margaret Cree and Walter Miller Richard

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, (1988 ed.).
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Vol 685-2 Enum Dist 14 p20.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  4. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, Edinburgh South Leith; ED: 95; Page: 19.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, p 92.
  6. [S421] The Edinburgh Courant; Thursday, March 13, 1884, "At No. 34 Royal Terrace, on the 12th inst., by the Rev.
    Cornelius Giffen, of St Mary's, WALTER RICHARD, jun.,
    to MARGARET, only daughter of JAMES CREE, Esq. (At
    home, No. 2 St Colme Street, 28th and 29th March.)."
  7. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  8. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, 1891: Cree James 21 September, "The Confirmation of the Commisariot of the County of Edinburgh dated 27 August 1891 of Agnes Paxton Crabbie or Cree Widow and James Edward Cree his Son both of Angus VII. Ranch New Mexico John Ramage Dawson of Balads Kinross-shire and James Robertson of Blacket-place Edinburgh as Executors Nominate of James Cree of 34 Royal-terrace Edinburgh and of Angus VII. Ranch who died at Angus VII. Ranch 18 May 1891. Sealed."
  9. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  10. [S419] Website, The Heirs of Europe http://heirsofeurope.blogspot.co.uk/2010/02/…
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Walter Miller Richard

Male, CreeID#2687, (between 1852 and 1853 - 1938)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Walter Miller Richard was born between 1852 and 1853 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.1 He was the son of John M Richard and Margaret J M (---).

On 3 April 1881 Walter Miller Richard was living in the household of John M Richard and Margaret J M (---) in 23 Royal Terrace, South Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland. Walter Richard senior was aged 58 and a letter founder. Margaret was 52. Walter Richard junior was aged 28 and a letter founder. This address is in the same street as the Cree residence where Walter junior's future wife was brought up. There were eight other children and five servants in the household.1

Walter Miller Richard married Margaret Cree, daughter of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie, in 1884 in St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.2,3

His son Alan Miller Richard was born in 1891 or 1892.4

His son Lt-Col John Ernest Miller Richard OBE was born on 26 October 1894.5,6

His wife Margaret Cree died in 1929.4

Walter Miller Richard died in 1938. He was aged 85.4 He was buried in Dean 2a Parish Church, Edinburgh, Scotland. He was buried with his wife Margaret and son Alan.4

Children of Walter Miller Richard and Margaret Cree

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Vol 685-2 Enum Dist 14 p16.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, p 92.
  3. [S421] The Edinburgh Courant; Thursday, March 13, 1884, "At No. 34 Royal Terrace, on the 12th inst., by the Rev.
    Cornelius Giffen, of St Mary's, WALTER RICHARD, jun.,
    to MARGARET, only daughter of JAMES CREE, Esq. (At
    home, No. 2 St Colme Street, 28th and 29th March.)."
  4. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  5. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  6. [S419] Website, The Heirs of Europe http://heirsofeurope.blogspot.co.uk/2010/02/…
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William Cree

Male, CreeID#2688, (25 February 1857 - 20 November 1926)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
William Cree was born on 25 February 1857 in 7 Brunton Place, South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1,2,3 He was the son of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie.

On 7 April 1861 William Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie in 7 Brunton Place, South Leith, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, along with Margaret Cree. James was aged 44 and a wine merchant and distiller. Agnes was 28. Margaret was 4 and William 5. They had three servants.4

William Cree married Isabella Marshall after 1881.

On 3 April 1881 William Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie in 34 Royal Terrace, South Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland, along with Margaret Cree and James Edward Cree. James Cree was aged 64 and a wine merchant. Agnes was aged 48. William aged 24 was also a wine merchant and the younger James Cree, 17, was a scholar. There were four servants living in the household.2

On 5 April 1891 William Cree and Isabella Marshall were living in 7 Carlton Terrace, South Leith, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He was a wine and spirit merchant aged 34 and she was aged 24. They had a housemaid, cook and laundrymaid living in.5

His father James Cree died on 18 May 1891 in Angus VV Ranch, New Mexico, USA.6

On 31 March 1901 William Cree and Isabella Marshall were living in Whitelee Farm House, St Boswells, Roxburghshire, Scotland. William was a farmer aged 43 and Isabella was 34. Also living in the household were a cook, dairymaid, a scholar, a general servant and a housemaid.7

From 1914 to 1926 William Cree was living in Kailzie, Peebles-shire, Scotland. Much planting took place from 1914 when the estate was acquired by William Cree.8,9

His mother Agnes Paxton Crabbie died in 1915 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.10

In 1916 Lt-Col John Ernest Miller Richard OBE inherited the estate of Kailzie, Peeblesshire, from his uncle William Cree.11,12

William Cree died on 20 November 1926 in Kailzie House, Traquair, Peebles-shire, Scotland. (Gordon Guild has the date as 1930.)13,12,14

The William Cree Memorial Church was named in commemoration of William Cree, the owner of Kailzie from 1914 until his death.15

Family: William Cree and Isabella Marshall

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, p78.
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Vol 685-2 Enum Dist 14 p20.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree's Papers 19Mar/37.
  4. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, Edinburgh South Leith; ED: 95; Page: 19.
  5. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, Edinburgh South Leith; ED: 14; Page: 19.
  6. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, 1891: Cree James 21 September, "The Confirmation of the Commisariot of the County of Edinburgh dated 27 August 1891 of Agnes Paxton Crabbie or Cree Widow and James Edward Cree his Son both of Angus VII. Ranch New Mexico John Ramage Dawson of Balads Kinross-shire and James Robertson of Blacket-place Edinburgh as Executors Nominate of James Cree of 34 Royal-terrace Edinburgh and of Angus VII. Ranch who died at Angus VII. Ranch 18 May 1891. Sealed."
  7. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, St Boswells; ED: 2; Page: 4.
  8. [S419] Website, Kailzie Gardens: History http://www.kailziegardens.com/content/…
  9. [S419] Website, Kailzie Gardens, Borders: http://www.destinations-uk.com/gardens.php,%20Borders.
  10. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  11. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 23, "He was commissioned in the Black Watch on 18th August 1914 and retired as a Major in 1935. He became a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Territorial Army battalion of the Royal Scots. He was awarded the OBE and died in 1984.

    John inherited the estate of Kailzie, Peebleshire, from his uncle, William Cree..."
  12. [S419] Website, The Heirs of Europe http://heirsofeurope.blogspot.co.uk/2010/02/…
  13. [S496] Website Scotland's People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/), quoted by Trevor Cree, email 12 Sept 2013, "William Cree, Distiller and Wine Merchant (Retired) Married to Isabella Marshall. Died 20th November 1926, Kailzie House, Traquair. 69 years. Father: James Cree, wine merchant (deceased). Mother: Agnes Cree (Crabbie) (deceased)."
  14. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  15. [S419] Website, British Listed Buildings: Kirkburn, Former William Cree Memorial Church, Traquair http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/…, A church has existed at Kirkburn since the 12th century when it was reliant on Innerleithen. The ruin of Our Lady's (or Hopekailzie, listed separately) is sited to the S of this building and still has many fine monuments and grave markers. The William Cree Memorial Church was named in commemoration of William Cree, the owner of Kailzie from 1914. He had purchased the property from Florance William Black, the son of William Connel Black. Although later used as a church, the building was not primarily designed as one. On the site stood a pair of early 19th century cottages. Originally William Cree paid to have them converted into a hall for the use of residents on the Kailzie estate. This involved raising the wallheads and losing the original fenestration. The hall remained in use until the death of Cree in 1929 [sic, he d. 1926] when it was decided to turn it into a memorial chapel to him. The arched window was added in the SW gable and a single light by the well-known stained glass artist Douglas Strachan was added.
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James Edward Cree

Male, CreeID#2689, (12 March 1864 - 18 February 1929)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
James Edward Cree was born on 12 March 1864 in 7 Brunton Place, South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland. Cree Vol 2 has the birth registered in St Andrew (Edinburgh.)1,2,3,4 He was the son of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie.

On 3 April 1881 James Edward Cree was living in the household of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie in 34 Royal Terrace, South Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland, along with Margaret Cree and William Cree. James Cree was aged 64 and a wine merchant. Agnes was aged 48. William aged 24 was also a wine merchant and the younger James Cree, 17, was a scholar. There were four servants living in the household.1

In 1891 James Edward Cree moved from Scotland and settled at New Mexico, USA. For a flavour of life in New Mexico read Crees in the American Old West.5

His father James Cree died on 18 May 1891 in Angus VV Ranch, New Mexico, USA.6 Probate of James Cree's will was granted to Agnes Paxton Crabbie on 21 September 1891 in Edinburgh, Scotland.6

James Edward Cree married Eliza Mabel Fleming, daughter of James Boyd Fleming and Eliza Napier, on 19 April 1893 in St. Mary's Cathedral, St George (Edinburgh), Midlothian, Scotland. James was described as a rancher of Angus V.V. Ranch, Territory of New Mexico, UUA.7,4

James Edward Cree arrived in New York City, USA, on 27 May 1893. He sailed from Liverpool on board the SS Campania.8

His daughter Irene Mabel Napier Cree was born on 1 March 1894 in New Mexico.

His son James Fleming Cree was born on 28 March 1895 in Galveston, Texas, USA.9,10

His son Charles Mortimer Cree was born on 5 December 1897 in 19 Walker Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.11,4

A collection of papers is held by Texas Tech. University in its Southwest Collection under the title Angus VV Ranch, Papers.12

From 1902 to 1929 James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming were living in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, along with Irene Mabel Napier Cree and Charles Mortimer Cree.13,14

James Edward Cree was a fundholder in 1904.15

His daughter Norna Evelyn Cree was born on 26 April 1904 in 52 Manor Place, Edinburgh, MidLothian, Scotland.16,4

His son Gerald Edward Cree was born on 12 July 1906 in St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.17,4

His mother Agnes Paxton Crabbie died in 1915 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.18

His son James Fleming Cree died on 3 September 1918 in France.19,20

James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming arrived in New York City on 24 May 1919. James was aged 54 and his occupation was shown as "Nil." Elizabeth (sic) was 47 and a housewife. They had set sail from Liverpool on 14 May 1919 on board the SS Caronia and their destination was Carrizozo, New Mexico.8

James Edward Cree arrived in New York City on 28 April 1924 along with Charles Mortimer Cree and Irene Mabel Napier Cree. James was aged 60 and was retired; James was 26 years and 4 months, single and a Lieutenant RN retired; and Irene was aged 30, also single, and her calling was shown as "Domes(tic)." Their next of kin was given as Mrs Eliza M Cree, Tusculum, North Berwick. They had set sail from Southampton, England, on board the Franconia on 19 April 1924.8

James Edward Cree died on 18 February 1929 in North Berwick, Berwickshire, Scotland. He was aged 64.18,21,4 He was buried in Dean 2i Parish Church, Edinburgh, Scotland.18

James Edward Cree was a one of the leading amateur archaeologists of his time in Scotland.22

James Cree built a house called Tusculum in 1858. In 1867 his second cousin Edward H Cree visited him and made this painting of the house. In 1902 James's son James Edward Cree returned from New Mexico and added a massive 26-room extension to the 10-room original building. It was later taken over by James Edward's daughter Irene Cree who had it converted into flats. In 1969, 102 years after their grandfathers had met there, Gerald Hilary Cree, grandson of James Cree, visited Irene at Tusculum. They were fourth cousins. See the article "a house called Tusculum" for more details of the house.23,24

See James Cree, Irene Mabel Napier Cree and Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN.

Children of James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Vol 685-2 Enum Dist 14 p20.
  2. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, p221.
  3. [S419] Website, Rootsweb Waddell, Taggart & related families, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  5. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), quoting Dobson, David Scottish-American Wills, 1650-1900, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1991 and Scots in the American West, 1783-1883 , Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 2003.
  6. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, 1891: Cree James 21 September, "The Confirmation of the Commisariot of the County of Edinburgh dated 27 August 1891 of Agnes Paxton Crabbie or Cree Widow and James Edward Cree his Son both of Angus VII. Ranch New Mexico John Ramage Dawson of Balads Kinross-shire and James Robertson of Blacket-place Edinburgh as Executors Nominate of James Cree of 34 Royal-terrace Edinburgh and of Angus VII. Ranch who died at Angus VII. Ranch 18 May 1891. Sealed."
  7. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 24.
  8. [S456] Webpage Ellis Island Passenger Records (http://www.ellisisland.org).
  9. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, "New Mexico... 3 March 1895."
  10. [S447] Posting on message board, James Cree on Cree FH Network, 11 June 2015, "The details of his military history are signed by his father, James Edward Cree and state his date of birth as 28th March and so I am confident that this is correct!"
  11. [S135] The Times, London.
  12. [S542] Angus VV Ranch, Papers, 1885-1946 and undated. Correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents New Mexixo, concerning James E Cree and various others, Texas Tech University, 1885-1946 , https://swco-ir.tdl.org/swco-ir/handle/10605/76589/…, "This collection is comprised of correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents relating to the Angus VV Ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico. The Angus VV Ranch was founded in the 1880's by James E. Cree, and was located in the vicinity of the town of Angus, Lincoln County, New Mexico. Cree is credited with introducing the Angus breed of cattle to New Mexico. Documents in this collection range in date from 1885 to 1946, but the bulk discusses events concerning cattle rustling in the 1890s."
  13. [S456] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals, Manifest of SS Franconia.
  14. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He subsequently built and lived in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian and must have lived there since at least 1904 because Tusculum is shown as his 'domicil' on the birth certificate of his daughter Norna. The 1911 Census shows him living at Tusculum with his family and 8 servants - 2 nurses, a cook, a kitchen maid, a table maid, a house maid, an under house maid and a laundry maid: the house had 27 'Rooms with one or more Windows.'"
  15. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He is shown on his marriage certificate (in 1893) as being a Rancher and on the birth certificate of his daughter Norna (in 1904) as being a 'Fundholder.'"
  16. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, 713/21 (Registered North Berwick Reg Dist, East Lothian).
  17. [S18] Cree Vol 2, Vol 685/1 p757.
  18. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  19. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, (Note the dates given in the two sources differ by one day.), "James Fleming Cree was born on the 3rd March 1895 and went to school at Haileybury. In World War I he joined the Lothians and Border Horse and was commissioned in the Northumberland Fusiliers. He was killed in action in France soon after his arrival there on 3rd September 1918."
  20. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "2 Sep 1918."
  21. [S18] Cree Vol 2, GRO Ref Vol 713 p 4.
  22. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He was one of the leading amateur archaeologists of his time in Scotland. He co-directed the excavations on Traprain Law in East Lothian which revealed a hoard of Roman silver from the late 4th or early 5th centuries and weighing 24 kgs, a cache which was probably either booty from the continent or part of a subsidy paid by Rome to the local tribe, the Votadini: unfortunately from his point of view, he was at his ranch in New Mexico when his foreman made the find. The silver is now exhibited in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. His work on Traprain Law started in 1914 and continued for a further 10-15 years. He found evidence of late Bronze Age/early first millenium settlement and reported on his findings in an 'Account of the Excavations on Traprain Law During the Summer of 1922' in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1922-23.(5&6). He spent many summers excavating in the hills above Inchnadamph in Wester Ross. In four caves at the base of Creag nan Uamh over the Allt nan Uamh glen he found human bones, later radiocarbon dated to between 4515 and 4720 years old, and the remains of numerous animals including bear, reindeer and wildcat, which were found to be up to 47,000 years old. The bone caves are now a scheduled Ancient Monument of Special Scientific Interest (7). He left his collection of ancient pottery to The British Museum in London."
  23. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon.
  24. [S447] Posting on message board, by Hugh MacKenzie on 1 Nov 2014 on the Cree FH Network.
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Eliza Mabel Fleming

Female, CreeID#2690, (8 February 1872 - )
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Eliza Mabel Fleming was born on 8 February 1872 in Edinburgh, Scotland.1,2 She was the daughter of James Boyd Fleming and Eliza Napier.

On 5 April 1891 Eliza Mabel Fleming was living in the household of James Boyd Fleming and Eliza Napier in 14 Manor Place, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. James was aged 68 and a Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals Army - Retried. Eliza was 64. Both were born in Edinburgh. Their elder daughter Grace, 27, was born in the East Indies, while Eliza, 19, was also born in Edinburgh.3

Eliza Mabel Fleming married James Edward Cree, son of James Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie, on 19 April 1893 in St. Mary's Cathedral, St George (Edinburgh), Midlothian, Scotland. James was described as a rancher of Angus V.V. Ranch, Territory of New Mexico, UUA.4,5

Her daughter Irene Mabel Napier Cree was born on 1 March 1894 in New Mexico, USA.

Her son James Fleming Cree was born on 28 March 1895 in Galveston, Texas, USA.6,7

Her son Charles Mortimer Cree was born on 5 December 1897 in 19 Walker Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.8,5

From 1902 to 1929 Eliza Mabel Fleming and James Edward Cree were living in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, along with Irene Mabel Napier Cree and Charles Mortimer Cree.9,10

Her daughter Norna Evelyn Cree was born on 26 April 1904 in 52 Manor Place, Edinburgh, MidLothian, Scotland.11,5

Her son Gerald Edward Cree was born on 12 July 1906 in St George, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.12,5

Eliza Mabel Fleming and James Edward Cree arrived in New York City, USA, on 24 May 1919. James was aged 54 and his occupation was shown as "Nil." Elizabeth (sic) was 47 and a housewife. They had set sail from Liverpool on 14 May 1919 on board the SS Caronia and their destination was Carrizozo, New Mexico.1

Children of Eliza Mabel Fleming and James Edward Cree

References

  1. [S456] Webpage Ellis Island Passenger Records (http://www.ellisisland.org).
  2. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FQCZ-QXY
  3. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, Edinburgh St George; ED: 3; Page: 13.
  4. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], p 24.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  6. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, "New Mexico... 3 March 1895."
  7. [S447] Posting on message board, James Cree on Cree FH Network, 11 June 2015, "The details of his military history are signed by his father, James Edward Cree and state his date of birth as 28th March and so I am confident that this is correct!"
  8. [S135] The Times, London.
  9. [S456] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals, Manifest of SS Franconia.
  10. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He subsequently built and lived in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian and must have lived there since at least 1904 because Tusculum is shown as his 'domicil' on the birth certificate of his daughter Norna. The 1911 Census shows him living at Tusculum with his family and 8 servants - 2 nurses, a cook, a kitchen maid, a table maid, a house maid, an under house maid and a laundry maid: the house had 27 'Rooms with one or more Windows.'"
  11. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, 713/21 (Registered North Berwick Reg Dist, East Lothian).
  12. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, Vol 685/1 p757.
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Irene Mabel Napier Cree

Female, CreeID#2691, (1 March 1894 - c 19 January 1974)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Irene M N Cree (centre front) at a wedding in March 1955 with members of the Robertson and Slater-Brown families
Irene Mabel Napier Cree was born on 1 March 1894 in New Mexico, USA. She was the daughter of James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming.

From 1902 to 1929 Irene Mabel Napier Cree was living in the household of Eliza Mabel Fleming and James Edward Cree in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, along with Charles Mortimer Cree.1,2

Irene Mabel Napier Cree arrived in New York City, USA, on 28 April 1924 with James Edward Cree. James was aged 60 and was retired; James was 26 years and 4 months, single and a Lieutenant RN retired; and Irene was aged 30, also single, and her calling was shown as "Domes(tic)." Their next of kin was given as Mrs Eliza M Cree, Tusculum, North Berwick. They had set sail from Southampton, England, on board the Franconia on 19 April 1924.3

Her father James Edward Cree died on 18 February 1929 in North Berwick, Berwickshire, Scotland.4,5,6

Irene Mabel Napier Cree died c 19 January 1974. She was unmarried.7,6

James Cree built a house called Tusculum in 1858. In 1867 his second cousin Edward H Cree visited him and made this painting of the house. In 1902 James's son James Edward Cree returned from New Mexico and added a massive 26-room extension to the 10-room original building. It was later taken over by James Edward's daughter Irene Cree who had it converted into flats. In 1969, 102 years after their grandfathers had met there, Gerald Hilary Cree, grandson of James Cree, visited Irene at Tusculum. They were fourth cousins. See the article "a house called Tusculum" for more details of the house.7,8

G H Cree wrote:

Irene Mabel Napier Cree was born on the 1st March 1894 in New Mexico. The names Mabel and Napier were from her mother. The origin of Napier is not known. The eldest daughter, she never married. She was educated at Queen Ethelburga's at Harrogate and lived all her life at Tusculum. After her mother's death she became responsible for looking after her father, brothers and sisters. During the 1939-45 War she ran the Officers' Club in Edinburgh and was awarded the MBE for her services. It was she who supplied all the information about her side of the family when Henrietta and
I stayed with her in July 1969.

She converted Tusculum into flats, continuing to live alone in one of them for the rest of her life. She was found dead on 19th January 1974 just short of her eightieth birthday. Her death was reported by her nephew Gordon Guild from Bowdon, Cheshire, and the certifying Medical Practitioner was a David Cree.7


See James Cree, James Edward Cree and Deputy Inspector General Edward Hodges Cree MD DH RN.

References

  1. [S456] Webpage Ellis Island Passenger Records (http://www.ellisisland.org), Manifest of SS Franconia.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He subsequently built and lived in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian and must have lived there since at least 1904 because Tusculum is shown as his 'domicil' on the birth certificate of his daughter Norna. The 1911 Census shows him living at Tusculum with his family and 8 servants - 2 nurses, a cook, a kitchen maid, a table maid, a house maid, an under house maid and a laundry maid: the house had 27 'Rooms with one or more Windows.'"
  3. [S456] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals.
  4. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  5. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GRO Ref Vol 713 p 4.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  7. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB].
  8. [S447] Posting on message board, by Hugh MacKenzie on 1 Nov 2014 on the Cree FH Network.
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James Fleming Cree

Male, CreeID#2692, (28 March 1895 - 3 September 1918)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
James Fleming Cree was born on 28 March 1895 in Galveston, Texas, USA.1,2 He was the son of James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming. James Fleming Cree was educated at Northaw Place School, Northaw, Hertfordshire, England. His name appears on the War Memorial of Northaw Place School, formerly in the village of Northaw in Hertfordshire and now in Hampshire, although known as Norman Court School these days. He then went to Haileybury School also in Hertfordshire but was only there for one term in 1909.3 He began military service in December 1916. He enlisted as a Private in the King's Own Scottish Borderers and was discharged from that regiment in January 1918 upon taking up a commission in the Northumberland Fusiliers.4

James Fleming Cree died on 3 September 1918 in France. He was killed in action.5,6 He was buried in Sailly-Labourse Communal Cemetery, Sailly-Labourse, Pas-de-Calais, France.4

References

  1. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon (Oadby: Cree Family History Society, 1991), Available for http://www.cree.name/archives/booklets.htm;free download here[:WEB], "New Mexico... 3 March 1895."
  2. [S447] Posting on message board, James Cree on Cree FH Network, 11 June 2015, "The details of his military history are signed by his father, James Edward Cree and state his date of birth as 28th March and so I am confident that this is correct!"
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, Anthony Whitaker on Cree FH Network, 11 June 2015, "His name appears on the War Memorial of Northaw Place School, formerly in the village of Northaw in Hertfordshire and now in Hampshire, although known as Norman Court School these days. I know that he was born in 1895, on either 3rd March or 28th March (I'm not quite sure why there is a discrepancy except that as he was born in Galveston, Texas, records are not readily available in England.)

    I know, too that his parents were James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel née Fleming. After attending Northaw Place (for I know not how long since all records have been lost) he went to Haileybury also in Hertfordshire but was only there for one term in 1909.

    In the 1911 census he is listed as a student at Tingewick Rectory in Buckinghamshire but it looks to have been quite a small establishment. His brother(?) Gerald Edward Cree as a pupil at Northaw Place in 1915.

    He enlisted as a Private in the King's Own Scottish Borderers in December 1916 and then was discharged from that regiment in January 1918 upon taking up a commission in the Northumberland Fusiliers.

    He was killed in action on 3rd September 1918 and is buried in Sailly-Labourse Communal Cemetery. Can anyone shed any further light on him? I am Chairman of the former pupils' association of the school, hence my interest."
  4. [S447] Posting on message board, Cree Family History Network, Anthony Whitaker, 11 June 2015.
  5. [S154] Brigadier Gerald Hilary Cree, Cree Families of Fife and Devon, (Note the dates given in the two sources differ by one day.), "James Fleming Cree was born on the 3rd March 1895 and went to school at Haileybury. In World War I he joined the Lothians and Border Horse and was commissioned in the Northumberland Fusiliers. He was killed in action in France soon after his arrival there on 3rd September 1918."
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "2 Sep 1918."
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Charles Mortimer Cree

Male, CreeID#2693, (5 December 1897 - 23 July 1958)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Charles Mortimer Cree was born on 5 December 1897 in 19 Walker Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.1,2 He was the son of James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming.

A collection of papers is held by Texas Tech. University in its Southwest Collection under the title Angus VV Ranch, Papers

Also mentioned are Charles Mortimer Cree, Monta Cato Wells and Agnes Paxton Crabbie.3

From 1902 to 1929 Charles Mortimer Cree was living in the household of Eliza Mabel Fleming and James Edward Cree in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, along with Irene Mabel Napier Cree.4,5

Before April 1924 Charles Mortimer Cree was living in North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland.6

Charles Mortimer Cree arrived in New York City, USA, on 28 April 1924 with James Edward Cree. James was aged 60 and was retired; James was 26 years and 4 months, single and a Lieutenant RN retired; and Irene was aged 30, also single, and her calling was shown as "Domes(tic)." Their next of kin was given as Mrs Eliza M Cree, Tusculum, North Berwick. They had set sail from Southampton, England, on board the Franconia on 19 April 1924.6

On 7 August 1928 Charles Mortimer Cree obtained a passport from the British Consul in Galveston, Texas, USA.7


His father James Edward Cree died on 18 February 1929 in North Berwick, Berwickshire, Scotland.8,9,2

Charles Mortimer Cree married Monta Cato Wells on 1 September 1929.

His son Charles Malcolm Napier Cree was born on 13 August 1931 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

Charles Mortimer Cree died on 23 July 1958 in California, USA.2

Child of Charles Mortimer Cree and Monta Cato Wells

References

  1. [S135] The Times, London.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  3. [S542] Angus VV Ranch, Papers, 1885-1946 and undated. Correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents New Mexixo, concerning James E Cree and various others, Texas Tech University, 1885-1946 , https://swco-ir.tdl.org/swco-ir/handle/10605/76589/…, "This collection is comprised of correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents relating to the Angus VV Ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico. The Angus VV Ranch was founded in the 1880's by James E. Cree, and was located in the vicinity of the town of Angus, Lincoln County, New Mexico. Cree is credited with introducing the Angus breed of cattle to New Mexico. Documents in this collection range in date from 1885 to 1946, but the bulk discusses events concerning cattle rustling in the 1890s."
  4. [S456] Webpage Ellis Island Passenger Records (http://www.ellisisland.org), Manifest of SS Franconia.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018, "He subsequently built and lived in Tusculum, North Berwick, East Lothian and must have lived there since at least 1904 because Tusculum is shown as his 'domicil' on the birth certificate of his daughter Norna. The 1911 Census shows him living at Tusculum with his family and 8 servants - 2 nurses, a cook, a kitchen maid, a table maid, a house maid, an under house maid and a laundry maid: the house had 27 'Rooms with one or more Windows.'"
  6. [S456] Webpage Ellis Is. arrivals.
  7. [S542] Correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents, 1885-1946, https://swco-ir.tdl.org/swco-ir/handle/10605/76589/…
  8. [S342] Website Gravestone Photographic Resource (http://www.gravestonephotos.com).
  9. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, GRO Ref Vol 713 p 4.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Monta Cato Wells

Female, CreeID#2694
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
A collection of papers is held by Texas Tech. University in its Southwest Collection under the title Angus VV Ranch, Papers

Also mentioned are Monta Cato Wells, Charles Mortimer Cree and Agnes Paxton Crabbie.1

Monta Cato Wells married Charles Mortimer Cree, son of James Edward Cree and Eliza Mabel Fleming, on 1 September 1929.

Her son Charles Malcolm Napier Cree was born on 13 August 1931 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

Child of Monta Cato Wells and Charles Mortimer Cree

References

  1. [S542] Angus VV Ranch, Papers, 1885-1946 and undated. Correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents New Mexixo, concerning James E Cree and various others, Texas Tech University, 1885-1946 , https://swco-ir.tdl.org/swco-ir/handle/10605/76589/…, "This collection is comprised of correspondence, official documents, personal recollections, and other documents relating to the Angus VV Ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico. The Angus VV Ranch was founded in the 1880's by James E. Cree, and was located in the vicinity of the town of Angus, Lincoln County, New Mexico. Cree is credited with introducing the Angus breed of cattle to New Mexico. Documents in this collection range in date from 1885 to 1946, but the bulk discusses events concerning cattle rustling in the 1890s."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Charles Malcolm Napier Cree

Male, CreeID#2695, (13 August 1931 - 13 September 2008)
ChartsBranch 10c. The Fife and Devon branch
Charles Cree as a young man
Charles M N Cree
Charles Malcolm Napier Cree was also known as Hugh.

See a biography of Charles Malcolm Napier Cree. He was born on 13 August 1931 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He was the son of Charles Mortimer Cree and Monta Cato Wells.

His father Charles Mortimer Cree died on 23 July 1958 in California, USA.1

Charles Malcolm Napier Cree died on 13 September 2008.2

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Gordon Guild 30 January 2018.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email James Cree 4 Nov 2008.
Last edited15 Sep 2019