Thursday, 18 February 2016

Introduction, Notes and The Family Tree In Brief

EDITION 4: July 2020
The family tree is very long and detailed, and at first glance appears to be a long list of repetitive names and dates, but within these ‘pages’ there are some remarkable, courageous and even infamous tales. Some of the stories hidden within the mass of detail, that involve our relatives, include the following.
       Political, religious and social activists who attempted to improve the world around them including a British Home Secretary.
       War heroes, including some who were wounded and a handful who made the ultimate sacrifice and never came home.
       Long lives, and sadly, many very short lives.
       Great tragedy and probably great joy; but you have to use your imagination to see the latter.
       Multiple marriages, separations and people disappearing for years.
       Women who bore ten or more children (often one every two years), who raised, fed and cared for them; sometimes by themselves without the support of a ‘breadwinner’. The biggest family had sixteen children; all born to the same mother.
       Children born into poverty who made lives for themselves against the odds.
       Migrants who made long trips in rickety sailing ships, across treacherous oceans in attempts to create a new life in relatively unknown lands including Australia, New Zealand, North America and in one case India.
       Pioneers and settlers who arrived in the early days of white settlement in Australia. Members of the extended family tree were some of the earliest settlers in Hobart, Sydney, Hunter Valley, Gympie, Melbourne and the Western District of Victoria.
       Fortunes and businesses built, and then destroyed by fire or by changing economic conditions and in one case, fraud.
       Criminal behaviour, arrests, imprisonment, transportation for life and charges of manslaughter and attempted murder.
       Court cases, bankruptcies, lawsuits and appearances at parliamentary inquiries.
       Seekers of gold who caught ‘yellow fever’ as they sought to make their fortune.
       Humble occupations such as servants and labourers, unexpected ones including ‘glovers’, ‘coal makers’, matchbox fillers, brush makers and many engineers, teachers and preachers, as well as a surprising number of publicans.
       The legacy of many of those mentioned in these pages still exists today. There are institutions, businesses, buildings, roads and even a breed of dog that either owe their existence to, or are named after a relative.

These are our relatives and their partners in the extended Boardman Family Tree; people who lived their lives as best they could, often under very trying circumstances, and many left their mark on their local community, their society and even their country.

What can be learned from the family tree? 
Of the hundreds of people that make up the extended tree, the majority were very ordinary folk; labourers, domestic servants, child rearers and homemakers. For hundreds of years they laboured away, struggling to put food on the table and to keep a roof over their heads. They lived in a time without the social and medical advances of today. No antibiotics and other medicine, no hospitals, no sick leave, no immunization, no contraception, no paid holiday time, no 'labour saving' devices, no electricity, no central heating, very limited diet (and food shortages at times), where transport for the most part was walking, primitive water and human waste disposal systems, poor pay and no security of employment and lives spent in small, crowded dilapidated houses

How did they do it? The most obvious answer is that they had no choice; that was the way things were. But they did have a choice- they could have sought escape through alcohol abuse or abandoned their families to search for a better life or even darker, they could have completely given up and let it all go. No, they mostly accepted the challenge, and made the best go of it that they could. Even when things turned tragic with the loss of children (sometimes several) to infectious disease, the loss of wives in childbirth, the loss of husbands through accident or the loss of employment, they kept going. There were millions of other ordinary folk who survived just like our ancestors did and together, it was they, who worked behind the scenes to allow the generals, politicians and other famous people to lead the lives they led. Ultimately it was the ordinary people who were the foundation that the whole country was built on.

Interestingly, although average life expectancy in Britain in the 1800’s was between 40 and 50 years, if a person survived childhood (and the birthing experience for women) there was a strong chance they would live into their 70’s and 80’s. I assume the reason so many of our relatives had such a good life expectancy was that they lived in the countryside with access to clean air and water and a greater variety of fresh food (possibly home grown), lived physical lives (hard work) and had very good family support networks around them.

By and large in the early 1800’s our families tended to stay in the same area of their birth for most of their lives. They lived close to other members of their extended families and as the census shows, often stayed in each other’s houses. It was very common for families to take in their sibling’s children if the parents were unwell and usually ageing parents were looked after by their children too. This may have been a win-win situation as the parents may have been a great help in caring for the younger children when families tended to be so large.

In the mid 19th century significant changes started to occur. These changes included minor things such as a much wider selection in the names of children. In the early days most children appear to be named after their parents and other family members from a limited range of choices, but later on, the choice widens up considerably with some quite ’exotic’ choices such as Jephtha and Joyeuse.

Another change that had a greater impact on lives was the rapid broadening of occupations. Farming, labouring, carpentry, glovers and shoemaking gave way to builders, preachers, teachers, engineers, businessmen, politicians etc. Perhaps the greatest changes were the opportunities that ‘modern’ transport offered. Many relatives whose ancestors had lived in rural hamlets for hundreds of years moved to the cities and of course their new location affected every aspect of their life.

Many opted to try their luck in a new country, which in most instances turned out to be the British colonies in Australia. Women’s and children’s lives also changed dramatically. From a life of marriage, child rearing (often ten or more children), home making and food self sufficiency, women started owning property, running businesses and having opportunities to fulfil their interests. In the 1800’s children went from starting to work in their early teens (often as labourers) to being given the opportunity to go to school and learn a trade or profession. The marriage records show that before 1800 hardly anyone could sign their name, but within 50 years it was uncommon for people not to sign their name.

In conclusion, we pay homage to all those members of the family tree who kept going through good times and hard times, because without them, our family would not be here today.

Notes about the family tree
i) General
This Family Tree is the result of extensive research of records and other family trees that are available on the web. It is quite complex and at first glance can be very confusing. This is especially so, as it was very common for children to be named after their parents, sometimes resulting in two or three people having the same name and born in the same place. Therefore a date of birth/baptism is usually given after the name and the maiden name and previous married names are also given for women. The names of direct relatives are in bold and underlined. Each section has a family tree diagram, showing how each person was related to others in the family, at a glance.

'The Tree' is divided into ten 'Parts' which cover each of the main ancestral names that have records available. Although the emphasis is on direct ancestors, also listed are all known siblings of ancestors and occasionally other people who had a close association with the family. As the same event often happened to several people (e.g. a family moving house), this event is often repeated under each person’s name, so that each person’s ‘life story’ can be seen in context.

Chapters cover the earliest known ancestors in the male line (following the surname) and gradually move to more recent records. However at each generation there is also extensive information about each male ancestor’s wife and the ancestors on her side going back as far as records go. Some records are available that go back further than we have gone, but as they cannot be crosschecked, they are less reliable, and at this stage have been left out.

ii) Summary of where we came from.
Our direct relatives mostly originated from or lived in the following towns and cities in Britain: Aberdeen (Duffus Family), Belfast (Reid Family), Elstead, Epsom and Farnham in Surrey (Moss, Legg and Chuter Family), Liverpool, Cambridge and Hitchin (Boardman Family), Kingsbury Episcopi and nearby hamlets in Somerset (Bisgrove, Vile and Richards Family) and Wortham (Rivett Family). In Australia they mainly settled in various suburbs in the inner east of Melbourne.

iii) Summary of Surnames of direct relatives in the extended family tree.
Surnames of direct relatives include Boardman, Bisgrove or Besgrove, Cahill, Chuter, Collins, Duffus, Hay, Knight, Legg, Moss, Munckton, Reid, Richards, Rivett, Rossel (Russell), Trott, Sherod, Symes, Turner, Trott, Vile, Wellment, White, Willy and possibly Kincke or Rodwell.

GGP Henry & Sarah Ann Boardman sailed to Australia on the 'Taroba' in 1889

iv) Back to the Future

This Family Tree is a work in progress. Additional information will be added in future, when it becomes available and errors will be corrected. Check back for updates from time to time. Additional information including digital copies of newspaper cuttings, memories, photographs and other documents are welcome. Please send these, or suggested corrections to Andrew and Heather at boardman.moss@gmail.com or ask for other contact details.

v) Edition Four (Completed Jul 2020)

This is the fourth edition of this family tree with some changes in the way it is organised and dozens of minor errors corrected. Much new information has been added, varying from small additional facts to some completely new sections.

Part of the motivation for writing this family tree was to make sense of the facts. The style used goes further than a list of people, places and dates of birth marriage and death. We have tried to dig a bit deeper and attempt to link the facts into a story of each person, showing social and family events that influenced the direction of their lives. Diagrams showing how each individual fits into the family tree have also been updated. If you would like higher resolution copy of  The family tree contact us at the above email address

Abbreviations & other details

1. Birth dates given are often actually baptism dates, which usually (but not always) took place a few months after birth. b1800 = either born or baptised in 1800. Birth dates help identify people with the same name.
2. Ages given in the annual census are not always accurate. For example in 1841 ages were often rounded down to the nearest 5 which explains some inconsistencies. Often there are also age variations in other official documents.
3. Direct relatives are in bold print and have a prefix. GGF= Great Grandfather, GGGP= Great Great Grand Parent which relates to our generation. (An extra ‘G’ will need to be added for the next generation).
4. Place of Birth (e.g b1800, Burrow) people variously gave either the name of the local hamlet, the name of the locality (eg manor) or a nearby town which explains some inconsistencies. KE = Kingsbury Episcopi, Somerset. Some of the streets/localities mentioned no longer exist
5. Distances are measured in miles (m) in England and kilometres (km) in Australia.
7. Some information is repeated, as events often affect more than one person or family
8. Other abbreviations: EBI=English Birth Index, ABI = Australian Birth Index, EMI= English Marriage Index and EDI = English Death Index and ag lab = agricultural labourer.
9. Spelling variations in official records are very common eg Bisgrove aka Besgrove or even Bosgrove
10. The numbers/letters used in chapters and subheadings are used to list all children in their order of birth. e.g. 8.10 Harold Boardman is the tenth child in that family. After that, letters or roman numerals are used for notes about descendants of that person or further notes about their lives.
11.Some chapters are reserved for future use.

Diagram showing 76 Direct Ancestors in the Boardman Moss Family Tree (Updated Jul 2020). Some branches go back further (See below)

THE FAMILY TREE IN BRIEF & CONTENTS
Direct Ancestors are written in bold. Missing chapters are reserved for future use

PART ONE: BOARDMAN FAMILY

1.0 Early Boardman Ancestors prior to 1800

1.1 Boardman Family Research Resorces
1.2 Note Regarding Research into Early Boardman Family members
1.3 Which Thomas Boardman was Our Thomas?

2.0 Ancestors of GGGF Thomas Boardman (1776-1843)

2.1 GGGGP Henry Boardman (1738-1795) & Alice Plumb (1737-1810)
2.2 GGGGGP James Plumb (1699-1742) & Ellen Penketh (1700-?)
2.3 Catherine Plumb (1737-?) Daughter of James & Ellen Plumb
2.4 GGGGGGP John Plumb ( 1644-1711 ) & Catherine Unknown (c1667-?)
2.5 GGGGGGP John Penketh (1651-1710) & Alice Boden (1654-1730)

3.0 Eight Children of GGGGP Henry Boardman (1738-1795) & Alice Plumb (1737-1810)
3.1 James Boardman (1758-?)
3.2 John Boardman (1761-1832)
3.3 William Boardman (1764-1844)
3.4 Henry Boardman (1767-1833)
3.5 Edmund Boardman (1770-1846)
3.6 Ann Boardman (1773-1775)
3.7 GGGF Thomas Boardman (1776-1843)
3.8 Alice Boardman (1783-1844) 

4.0 GGGGGP William Boardman (c1713-1799) & Ann Boyes (1717-1753)
4.1 GGGGGGP  John Boyes (c1680-1759) & Ann Cook (c1680-1737) 

5.0 Six Children of GGGGGGP John Boyes (c1680-1759) & Ann Cook (c1680-1737)
5.1 Alice Boyes (1702-1774)
5.2 William Boyes (1704-1777)
5.3 John Boyes (1709-1737)
5.4 Henry Boyes (1711-1720)
5.5 GGGGGGM Ann Boyes (1717-1753)
5.6 Margaret Boyes (1720-1722)

6.0 Seven Children of GGGGGP William Boardman (?-1799) & Ann Boyes (1717-1753)
6.1 GGGGF Henry Boardman (1738-1795)
6.2 Ann Boardman (1740-1753)
6.3 Alice Boardman (1742-1753)
6.4 William Boardman (1744-?)
6.5 Margery Boardman (1746-1746)
6.6 John Boardman (1748-?)
6.7 Mary Boardman (1751-?)

7.0 GGGF Thomas Boardman (1776-1843)
7.1 GGGF Thomas Boardman & Esther Simkin (1774 -1833)
7.2 Thomas & Esther Boardman at Ashton Under Lyme
7.3 The Move to Cambridge

8.0 Four children of GGGF Thomas Boardman (1777-1843) & Esther Simkin (1774 -1833)
8.1  Ann Marie Boardman (1802-1878)
   8.1a Henry Langford (1824-1903)
   8.2 Frances Boardman (1813-1872)

9.0 GGGP Thomas Boardman (1776-1843) & Lucy Rivett (1811-1846)
9.1 Mystery of Lucy Kinck (c1775-?)
9.2 Death of GGGP Thomas Boardman (1776-1843) & Lucy Boardman nee Rivett (1811-1846)

10.0 Five Children of GGGP Thomas Boardman (1776-1843) & Lucy Rivett (1811-1846)
10.1 Henry Boardman (1835-1838)
10.2 Lucy Elizabeth Boardman (1837-1901)
   10.2a Lucy Elizabeth Boardman was orphaned at the age of 6
   10.2b Lucy Elizabeth Boardman migrated to Australia
   10.2c Eleven Children of George Thomas Kitt & Lucy Elizabeth Boardman
10.3 Thomas Boardman (1839-1898)
    10.3a Robert Charles Boardman (1883-1972)
    10.3b James Edwin Boardman (1891-1920)
    10.3c Janet May Boardman (1892-1920)
10.4 Mary Boardman (1839-1852)
10.5 GGF Henry Boardman (1841-1919)

11.0 GGF Henry Boardman (1841-1919)
11.1 Henry Boardman’s Early Life
11.2 Orphan Working School at Kentish Town
11.3 GGF Henry Boardman & Elizabeth Frohock (1839-1880)
11.4 GGP Henry Boardman (1841-1919) & Sarah Ann Moss (1850-1921)
11.5 Business Problems for Henry Boardman
11.6 New Life in Australia
11.7 The Move to Melbourne

12.0 Adventurous life of Thomas George Kitt (1835-1896)

13.0 Ten Children of GGF Henry Boardman (1841-1919) & Elizabeth Frohock
13.1 Florence Elizabeth Mary Boardman (1886-1944)
   13.1a Smith & Boardman Cycle Manufacturers
13.2 Thomas William Harry Augustus Boardman (1865-1926)
13.3 Minnie Lucy Ann Boardman (1866-1868)
13.4 Ada Emily Sarah Boardman (1868-1868)
13.5 Mabel Amelia Millicent Boardman (1869-1954)
   13.5a Leonard Brown Griffin (1868-1939)
   13.5b George Leonard Griffin (1892-1980)
13.6 Bertha Francis Boardman (1871-1889)
13.7 Nellie Beatrice Boardman (1874-1903)
   13.7a Two Children of Nellie Beatrice Boardman
13.8 Herbert Stanley Boardman (1875-1868)
   13.8a Unlawful Arrest
   13.8b Carving of Tournament Horse & Knight by GGGF Thomas Boardman
13.9 Annie Selina Boardman (1877-1955)
13.10 Harold George Boardman (1880-1881) 

14.0 Three children of GGP Henry Boardman (1841-1919) & Sarah Ann Moss (1850-1921)
14.1 GF Arthur Reginald Boardman (1883-1968)
   14.1a GF Arthur Reginald Boardman (1883-1968) & GM Florence Maude Reid (1883-1968)
14.2 Ralph Edwin Boardman (1885-1968)
14.3 John Moss Boardman (1887-1981) 14.4 Boardmans and Bicycles

15.0 Diagram of our Boardman & Rivett Trees

16.0 Boardmans from 1590 to the 1700's
16.1 John Boardman (1590-?)
16.2 James Boardman (1611-?)
16.3 James Boardman (1835-?)
16.4 James Boardman (1662-?) & Isobel Baxter (1664-1729)
16.5 William Boardman (1689-1745) & Jennet Jackson (1684-1750)
16.6 William Boardman (c1713-1799) & Ann Boyes (1717-1752)

17.0 The Other Boardman Family from West Derby
17.1 Thomas Musker (1718-1767) & Elizabeth Ashcroft
17.2 William Boardman & Mary Musker (1750-1807)

18.0 Boardmans of Bolton, Manchester
18.1 William Boardman of Bolton b1752
18.2 Thomas Boardman of Rumworth b1781

19.0 For Future use

PART TWO: RIVETT FAMILY TREE
20.0 Ancestors of GGGM Lucy Rivett (1811-1846)
20.1 GGGGP James Rivett (1772-1836) & Lucy Rodwell (1772-1844)
20.2 GGGGM Lucy Rodwell (1772-1844) & Lucy Kinck (c1772-?)

21.0 Six Children of GGGGP John Rivett (1772-1836) & Lucy Rodwell (1772-1844)
21.1 Hannah Rivett (1806-1880)
    21.1a Robert Smith (1844-1921) Hannah Smith nee Rivett’s son
21.2 John Rivett (1806-1844)
    21.2a Children of John Rivett & Lucy Garnham
21.3 Mary (Ann) Rivett (1809-1863)
21.3a Jeremiah Thring (c1784-1861)
21.4 GGGM Lucy Rivett (1811-1846) 
21.5 James Rivett (1812-1879)
    21.5a James Rivett's Daughters
    21.5b The Birks Family: 'China and Earthenware Manufacturers'.
    21.5c Samuel Birks (1812-1872) 
21.6 Harriet Rivett (1814-1906)

22.0 Possible Ancestry of GGGGP Lucy Rodwell & John Rivett
22.1 GGGGGP Daniel Rodwell (1731-1799) & Letitia Nicholson (c1736-1782)
22.2 Selected Children of  Daniel Rodwell (1731-1799) & Letitia Nicholson (c1736-1782)
22.3 GGGGGM Letitia Nicholson (c1736-1782)
22.4 GGGGGP John Rivett (c1735-?) & Jane Rivett (1735-1791)

23.0 Rivett & Boardman Family Tree

24.0 Reserved for Future Use

PART THREE: LEGG, TURNER & ROSSEL FAMILIES


LEGG FAMILY
25.0 GGGGGM Elizabeth Legg (1764-1853) & her Ancestors
25.1 GGGGGM Elizabeth Legg (1764-1853)
25.2 GGGGGGP George Legg (1725-1801) & Ann Smith (c1735-1794)
25.3 GGGGGGGP George Legg (c1700-c1750) & Elizabeth Legg (c1700-c1750)
25.4 Elizabeth Legg (1727-?)
25.5 John Legg (1729-1820)  & Sarah Elliot (1734-1822)
25.6 Six Children of John Legg (1729-1820 & Sarah Elliot (1734-1822)
   25.6a John Legg (1761-1833)
   25.6b Sarah Legg (1763-1816)
   25.6c Elizabeth Legg (1765-1765)
   25.6d Ann Legg (1768-1802) & John Bridger
   25.6e Elizabeth Legg (1770-1793)
   25.6f Hannah Legg 1775-?)

26.0 Nine Children of GGGGGP George Legg (1725-1801) & Ann Smith (1736-1794)
26.1 George Legg (1757-1842) See 31.0 & 32.0
26.2 John Legg (1758-1827) See 33.0 to 35.0
26.3 Ann Legg (1760-1821)  See
26.4 William Legg (1762-1762) 

26.5 GGGGGM Elizabeth Legg (1764-1853)
26.6 William Legg (1766-?)
26.7 James Legg (1768-1846)
26.8 Mary Legg (1769-1772)
26.9 Thomas Legg (1770-1773)

27.0 George Legg (1757-1842 & Elizabeth Boxall (1767-1836)

28.0 Fifteen Children of George Legg (1757-1842 & Elizabeth Boxall (1767-1836)
28.1 Elizabeth Legg (1789-1862) & Thomas Maybank
28.2 Sarah Legg (1791-1825) & John Edwards
28.3 Charlotte Legg (1793-c1835) & John Sewry
28.4 George Legg (1794-1869) & Hannah Ockley
28.5 Ann Legg (1796-1879) & Charles Norris
28.6 Jane Legg (c1798-c1765) & John Farnden
28.7 William Legg (1799-1853)
28.8 John Legg (1800-1875) & Elizabeth Over
28.9 Lydia Legg (1802-1890) & John Blackman
28.10 Leah Legg (1804-1880) & John Trussler
28.11 Harriet Legg (1805-1889) & Thomas Strudwick
28.12 Jemima Legg (1809-1881) & Arthur Heath
28.13 Three Children who died before 1836

29.0 John Legg (1758-1827) & Ann Budd (1759-1827)

30.0 Ten Children of John Legg (1758-1827) & Ann Budd (1759-1827)
30.1 Ann Legg (1782-c1812) & Henry Reffold
    30.1a Henry Reffold (1808-1898)
30.2 John Legg (1783-1827)
30.3 George Legg (1785-1846) & Elizabeth Willis (1790-1866)
    30.3a Five Children of George Legg (1785-1846) & Elizabeth Willis (1790-1866)
      i. Harriet Legg (1810-1876)
      ii Mary Legg (1812-?)
      iii Charlotte Legg (1818-1857) & Joseph Watson
      iv Jemima Legg (1822-1893) & George Freeman
      v Ann Legg (1825-1854) & Henry Nind
30.4 William Legg (1787-1871) & Ann Andrews
30.5 Mary Legg (1788-1788)
30.6 James Legg (1790-1847)
30.7 Henry Legg (1794-1871) & Sarah Stapely
30.8 Thomas Legg (1796-1864) & Mary Andrews
30.9 Charlotte Legg (1798-1880) & Josias Scott
30.10 Sarah Legg (1802-1833) & Elias Scott

31.0 Ann Legg (1760-1821) & John Fullick

32.0 Children of Ann Legg (1760-1821) & John Fullick

33.0 Domford: The Legg Family Farm
33.1 Congregational Chapel at Elstead
33.2 Domford Farm: A modern day description

34.0 Descendants of William Legg (c1705-?) Another Legg Family Tree
34.1 William Legg (1729-1784) & Ann Strudwick
34.2 Elizabeth Legg (1732-?)
34.3 Ann Legg (1737-?)
34.4 George Legg (c1740-1804) & Elizabeth Stovold

35.0 William Legg (1729-1784) & Ann Strudwick (1737-1780)

36.0 Six Children of William Legg (1729-1784) & Ann Strudwick (1737-1780)
36.1 Ann Legg (1758-1802) & James Wilkinson
36.2 William Legg (1760-1849) & Ann Elsley (1759-1827)
   36.2a William Legg (1783-? & Mary Brocks
36.3 Elizabeth Legg (1762-1793)
36.4 George Legg (1764-1846) & Sarah Coles (1769-1842)
   36.4a William Legg (1794-1872) & Elizabeth Jardine (1799-1757)
   36.4b William Legg (1818-1886) & Emma Bodenham
36.5 James Legg (1767-1847) & Sarah Rothwell (?-?)
36.6 Sarah Legg (1769-1794) & Thomas Mayor

37.0 George Legg (1740-1804) & Elizabeth Stovold

38.0 Two Children of George Legg (1740-1804) & Elizabeth Stovold
38.1 Elizabeth Legg (1774-1811)
38.2 George Legg of Peper Harrow (1777-1842)

39.0 Diagram of  Legg & Turner Family Tree

TURNER & ROSSEL FAMILY
40.0 Turner Ancestors of Chiddingfold
40.1 Sarah Turners of the Chidderfold Area
40.2 GGGGGGP William Turner (1754-1800) & Ann Rossel (1757-1814)

41.0 Four Children of GGGGGGP William Turner (1754-1800) & Ann Rossel (1757-1814)
41.1 GGGGGM Sarah Turner (1781-1849)
41.2 Mary Turner (1787-1833) & James Mann
    41.2a Four Children of James Mann & Mary Turner
41.3 John Turner (1789-1848) & Two Wives
41.4 William Turner (1797-1872)

42.0 GGGGGGGP William Rossel (c1732-1784) & Mary Boxall (1734-1813)
42.1 GGGGGGGGP Henry Boxall (1704-1780) & Mary Wakefold (1712-1781)

43.0 Eight Children of GGGGGGGP William Rossel (c1732-1784) & Mary Boxall (1734-1813)
43.1 Sarah Rossel (1755-1819) & William Kingshott
43.2 GGGGGGP Ann Rossel (1757-1814) & William Turner
43.3 Elizabeth Rossel (1758-1812) & Richard Luff (1748-1813)
43.4 William Rossel/Raswell (1761-1843)
43.5 Mary Rosell (c1763-1849) & William Andrews
43.6 John Rossel (1767-1797) & Ann Unknown
    43.6a William Raswell (1795-1844) & Sarah Chacraft
43.7 Hannah Rossel (1771-1831) & William Peake
43.8 James Rossel (1774-1812) & Sarah Paige
    43.8a Four Children of James Rossel (1774-1812) & Sarah Paige

44.0 GGGGGM Sarah Turner (1781-1849)
44.1 GGGGGM Sarah Turner (1781-1849) & George Legg (1777-1842)

45.0 Four Children of GGGGGM Sarah Turner (1781-?) & George Legg (1777-1842)
45.1 GGGGM Sarah Leah Turner (1803-1885)
45.2 William Legg (1804-1864)
45.3 Mary Legg (1805-1859
45.4 George Legg (1812-c1885)

46.0 Diagram of the Turner & Rossel Family Tree

47.0 - 49.0 For Future Use

PART FOUR: MOSS FAMILY TREE
50.0 Sarah Ann Moss' Notes about Early Moss Ancestors
50.1 The Essex Connection
50.2 William Moss (1774-1859)
   50.2a William Moss b1774 and his association with non-conformist religious groups
50.3 Stock Windmill
50.4 Rev John Moss (1806-1873)

51.0 GGGGGF Thomas Moss (1770-1833)

52.0 Five Children of GGGGGP Thomas Moss (1770-1833) & Elizabeth Legg (1762-1858)
52.1 GGGGF George Moss (1793-1864)
52.2 Elizabeth Moss (1794-1852)
52.3 Ann Moss (1797-?)
52.4 Thomas Moss (1798-1860)
52.5 William Moss (1802-?)

53.0 GGGGP George Moss (1793-1864) & Sarah Leah Turner (1803-1885)
53.1 Role of religion in the Moss family
53.2 Ebenezer Chapel formerly Dogflud Chapel, East St, Farnham
53.3 The Move to Australia
53.4 Latter Years of GGGGP George Moss (1793-1864) & Sarah Leah Turner (1803-1885)

54.0 Ten Children of GGGGP George Moss (1793-1864) & Sarah Leah Turner (1803-1885)
54.1 Annie Moss (1823-1880)
   54.1a First Mosses to migrate to Australia
54.2 Sarah Moss (1824-1861)
   54.2a Memories of Sarah Moss (b1824) by GGM Sarah Ann Boardman nee Moss
54.3 GGGF Rev George Thomas Moss (1826-1892)
54.4 Rev William Moss (1828-1891)
   54.4a Article titled 'William Moss (1828–1891)' by Niel Gunson
   54.4b Naming of Chapel St
   54.4c Blind Institute in St Kilda Rd
   54.4d Other Legacies of Rev William Moss
   54.4e Two Wives of Rev William Moss
   54.4f Descendants of Rev William Moss
54.5 Rev James Moss (1830-1900)
54.6 Thomas Moss (1832- ?)
54.7 Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Moss (1834-1897)
54.8 Charlotte Moss (1836-1847)
54.9 Frederick Moss (1839-1908)
54.10 Joseph Ebenezer Moss (1841-1872)

55.0 GGGP Rev George Thomas Moss (1826-1892) & Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)
55.1 Education of GGGP George Thomas Moss b1826 by Sarah Ann Boardman nee Moss
55.2 GGGF George Thomas Moss (1826-1892) & GGGM Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)
55.3 The Move to Ash Vale
55.4 Latter Years of GGGP George Thomas Moss (1826-1892) & Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)

56.0 Eight Children of GGGP George Thomas Moss (1826-1892) & Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)
56.1 George Thomas Moss (1847-1924)
    56.1a Memories of George Thomas Moss (1847-1924) by GGM Sarah Boardman nee Moss
    56.1b George Thomas Moss (1847-1924)& his Family
    56.1c George Thomas Moss (1847-1924) & Rev Edward Stanley Moss from Michael Moss
56.2 Caroline (Carrie) Mary Moss (1849-1919)
56.3 GGM Sarah Ann Moss (1850-1921)
56.4 Charlotte (Lottie) Eliza Moss (1853-1928)
    56.4a Charlotte Eliza Moss & Henry Richard Brown; Another Perspective by Steve Priestley
    56.4b Daisy Alice Brown (1881-1963) Daughter of Charlotte Eliza Moss (1853-1928)
56.4c Percival Brown (1891-1983) Son of Charlotte Eliza Moss (1853-1928)
56.5 Alice Moss (1855-1883)
    56.5a Frederick Vincent Barr (1893-1934) Only son of Alice Barr nee Moss
56.6 Frederick William Moss (1856-1920)
    56.6a Three Sons of Frederick William Moss (1856-1920)
56.7 Amy Moss (1861-1919)
56.8 Katie Elizabeth Moss (1860-1892)

57.0 GGM Sarah Ann Moss (1850-1921) & GGF Henry Boardman (1841-1919)
57.1 GGM Sarah Ann Moss met Henry Boardman
57.2 Note about the Recollections of GGM Sarah Ann Boardman nee Moss

58.0 Diagram of Moss Family Tree

59.0 Reserved for Future Use

PART FIVE: CHUTER FAMILY TREE

60.0 Ancestry of GGGM Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)
60.1 GGGM Eliza Chuter (1820-1903)
60.2 GGGGP Stephen Chuter (1787-1867) & Mary Collins (1789 -1876)

61.0 Diagram of the Later Chuter Family Tree

62.0 Eleven children of GGGGP Stephen Chuter (1787-1867) & Mary Collins (1789 -1876)
62.1 Sarah Ann Chuter (1810-1893)
   62.1a Henry Richard Brown (1842-1826). Son of Sarah Ann Brown nee Chuter
   62.1b Adelphi Rd, Epsom
62.2 Mary Chuter (1812-?)
62.3 Stephen Chuter (1814-1896) & Caroline Cottle
62.4 Ann Chuter (1816-1817)
62.5 William Chuter (1818-1861) & Harriet Marchant
62.6 GGGM Eliza Chuter (1820-1903) & Thomas Moss
62.7 James Chuter (1821-1915) & Ann Hannah Clark
   62.7a Ann Hannah Clark (1821-1897) Wife of James Chuter (1821-1915).
   62.7b Agnes Mary Chuter (1849-1939). Mother of James Chuter-Ede, British Politician
   62.7c James Chuter Ede (1882-1965). Son of Agnes Chuter (1849-1939).
62.8 Caroline Chuter (1826-1901) & Thomas Goward
62.9 John Chuter (1828-1829).
62.10 Thomas Chuter (1830-1907) & Mary Ann Cottle
   62.10a Thomas Chuter’s Children
62.11 Jane Chuter (1832-1910) & Frank Alderton

63.0 Lord Baron James Chuter-Ede (1882-1965)
63.1 James Chuter Ede's Early life
63.2 James Chuter Ede’s Role in Government

64.0 Early Chuter Ancestors
64.1 First Generation: GGGGGGGP Thomas Chuter (1684-1746) & Anne Beldham (1692-?)

65.0 Eleven Children of  GGGGGGGP Thomas Chuter (1684-1746) & Anne Beldham (1692-?)
65.1 GGGGGGP John Chuter (1709-1793) & Elizabeth Sone
65.2 Thomas Chuter (1711-?) & Ann Burchett
65.3 William Chuter (1713-1714)
65.4 Ann Chuter (1715-?)
65.5 William Chuter (1717-?)
65.6 Stephen Chuter (1718-?))
65.7 James Chuter (1720-1729)
65.8 Elizabeth Chuter (1723-?)
65.9 Sarah Chuter (1724-1725)
65.10 Rebecca Chuter (1725-1725)
65.11 Rachel Chuter 1727-1727)

66.0 Second Generation: GGGGGGP John Chuter (1709-1793) & Elizabeth Sone (1712-1780)

67.0 Nine Children of GGGGGGP John Chuter (1709-1793) & Elizabeth Sone (1712-1780)
67.1 Elizabeth Chuter (1731-?)
67.2 GGGGGP John Chuter (1732-1824) & Elizabeth Patrick
67.3 Thomas Chuter (1734-1804) & Sarah Jeffrey
67.4 Ann Chuter (1737-1789)
67.5 Mary Chuter (1738-1738)
67.6 William Chuter (1740-1758)
67.7 Mary Chuter (1742-?)
67.8 Stephen Chuter (1744-1827) & Letitia Cobbet
67.9 James Chuter (1746-1827) & Ann Trussler
   67.9a James Chuter (1784-1869) & Sarah Inwood

68.0 Third Generation: GGGGGP John Chuter (1732-1824) & Elizabeth Patrick (1741-1812)

69.0 Ten Children of GGGGGP John Chuter (1732-1824) & Elizabeth Patrick (1741-1812)
69.1 Mary Chuter (1760-1762)
69.2 Ann Chuter (1764-1784) & John Barnard
69.3 Elizabeth Chuter (1768-?)
69.4 Jane Chuter (1770-1770)
69.5 Charlotte Chuter (1771-1793) & Thomas Baker
69.6 William Chuter (1774-1839) & Sarah Burmingham
69.7 Jane Chuter (1776-1862) & William Tilbury
69.8 James Chuter (1779-?)
69.9 Thomas Chuter (1781-?) & Ann Collins
69.10 GGGGP Stephen Chuter (1787-1867) & Mary Collins

70.0 Nine Children of Thomas Chuter (1732-1804) & Sarah Jeffrey (1738-1824)
70.1 Sarah Chuter (1758-1790) & James Porter
70.2 Thomas Chuter (1759-1843) Amy May
70.3 John Chuter (1762-1835) & Jane Marshall
70.4 Mary Chuter (1764-?) & James Inwood
70.5 Ann Chuter (1769-1859) & James Wheeler
70.6 Elizabeth Chuter (1772-1815) & Moses Baker
70.7 Letisha Chuter (1774-1812) & John Marner
70.8 James Chuter (1776-1777)
70.9 Stephen Chuter (1778-1836) & Sarah Cole

71.0 Relatives of Stephen Chuter (1778-1836) Convict
71.1 Stephen Chuter jnr (1809-1877)
71.2 Benjamin Chuter (1817-1883)
71.3 William Chuter (1810-1882) Son of James Chuter b1784 & Sarah Inwood
   71.3a William Chuter: Pioneer of Sydney's North Shore

72.0 Diagram of the Early Chuter Tree

73.0 - 74.0 For Future Us

PART SIX: REID FAMILY TREE
75.0 GM Florence Maud Reid (1883-1968)
75.1 GGP Robert Reid (1856-1929) & Martha Victoria Bisgrove (1852-1927)

76.0 Four children of GGP Robert Reid (1856-1929) & Martha Victoria Bisgrove (1852-1927)
76.1 GM Florence Maude Reid (1883-1968)
76.2 Elsie Mary Reid later Haynes (1885-1957)
76.3 Blanche Evelyn Reid later Halls (1888-1980)
76.4 Arthur Anton Reid (1893-1967)

77.0 An Irish Connection
77.1 GGGP William Reid (1834-1884) & Jane Duffus (1834-1915)
77.2 Attempted Murder on the High Seas.

78.0 Seven children of GGGP William Reid (1834-1884) & Jane Duffus (1834-1915)
78.1 GGF Robert Reid (1856-1929)
78.2 James Reid (1858-1937)
    78.2a Five Children of James Reid (1858-1937) & Margaret Rosalind Blackburn (1856-1936)
78.3 Margaret Reid (1860-1861)
78.4 Eliza Jane (Elizabeth) Reid (1862-1948)
78.5 William Reid (1864-1942)
    78.5a Eight Children of William Reid (1864-1942)
78.6 Edmond George Reid (1866-1890) 78.7 Thomas Alfred Reid (1868-1967)
    78.7a Children of Thomas Alfred Reid (1868-1957) & Fanny (Frances) Haley (1870-1953)

79.0 Diagram of Reid Duffus & Gleeson Tree

80.0 For Future Use

PART SEVEN: DUFFUS FAMILY TREE
81.0 Ancestry of GGGM Jane Duffus (c1834-1915)
81.1 GGGM Jane Duffus later Reid & King (c1834-1915)
81.2 GGGGP George Duffus (1790-c1859) & Elizabeth Cahill (c1795-c1840)
81.3 James Duffus (1755-?) & Margaret Hay (?-?)

82.0 Four Children of GGGGGP George Duffus (1790-c1859) & Elizabeth Cahill (c1795-c1840)
82.1 Elizabeth Duffus (1818-?)
82.2 James Duffus (1819-1883)
82.3 William Duffus (1823-?)
82.4 GGGM Jane Duffus (1834-1915)

83.0 James Duffus (1819-1883)
83.1 James Dufus & Margaret Gleeson (1824-1923)
83.2 Success on the Goldfields and in Commerce
83.3 Success in Local Government
83.4 James Frances Duffus (1854-1923) Son of James & Margaret Duffus nee Gleeson

84.0 The Gleeson Family: Not Related but Connected by Marriage
84.1 Dennis Gleeson (1782-1857) & Mary Bourke (1784-1865)
84.2 Mary Bourke later Gleeson (1784-1865)
84.3 Reunited

85.0 Eleven Children of  Dennis Gleeson (1782-1857) & Mary Bourke (1784-1865)
85.1 Mary Gleeson (1805-c1806)
85.2 William Gleeson (1808-1880)
85.3 Honora Gleeson (1810-c1820)
85.4 Margaret Gleeson (1813-1813)
85.5 Margaret Gleeson (1814-c1820)
85.6 Michael Gleeson (1816-1816)
85.7 Edmund Gleeson (1817-1899)
85.8 Denis Gleeson (1820-1846)
   85.8a  John (Jack) Denis Gleeson (1842-1880) & the birth of the 'Australian Kelpie
85.9 Honora Gleeson (1822-1893)
85.10 Margaret Gleeson (1824-1903)
85.11 Patrick Gleeson (1826-1885)

86-0-88.0 For Future use

89.0 Diagram of Reid Duffis & Gleeson Family Trees
PART EIGHT: BISGROVE FAMILY TREE
90.0 Ancestry of GGM Martha Victoria Bisgrove (1852-1927)
90.1 GGM Martha Victoria Bisgrove (1852-1927)
90.2 GGGP Jacob Bisgrove (1822-1854) & Mary Vile (1826-1910)

91.0 Four Children of GGGP Jacob Bisgrove (1822-1854) & Mary Vile (1826-1910)
91.1 Rhoda Bisgrove (1848-1848)
91.2 Richard Charles Bisgrove (1850-1935)
91.3 GGM Martha Victoria Bisgrove (1852-1927)
91.4 Frederick James Bisgrove (1854-1836)

92.0 GGGGP George Bisgrove (1790-1848) & Ann (Nancy) Trott (1789-1869)
92.1 GGGGF George Bisgrove (1790-1848)
92.2 GGGGM Ann (Nancy) Trott (1789-1869)

93.0 Sixteen Children of GGGGP George Bisgrove (1790-1848) & Ann  Trott (1789-1869)
93.1 William Bisgrove (1813-1818)
93.2 John Bisgrove (1814-1865)
   93.2a Misfortunes of John Bisgrove’s 7 children, 10 Weddings & their Deceased Partners
93.3 James Bisgrove/Besgrove (1815-1881)
93.4 Charlotte Bisgrove (1816-1885)
93.5 Samuel Bisgrove (1819-1819)
93.6 Isaac Bisgrove (1820-1889)
93.7 GGGF Jacob Bisgrove (1822-c1854)
93.8 William Bisgrove (1823-?)
93.9 Robert Bisgrove (1825-1845).
93.10 Margaret Bisgrove (1827-1828)
93.11 Charles Bisgrove (1829-1865)
93.12 Margaret Bisgrove (1831-1869
93.13 Frederick Bisgrove (1834-1834).
93.14 Betsey Bisgrove (1835-1836)
93.15 Betsy Bisgrove (1837-1887)
93.16 Frederick Bisgrove (1837-1924)
   93.16a Seven Children of Frederick Bisgrove (1837-1924) & Ann Reed (1837-1911)

94.0 Early Bisgrove Ancestors
94.1 GGGGGGR Robert Bisgrove (1731-?) & Elizabeth Denman (1732-1785)
94.2 GGGGGGGP Richard Bisgrove (c1710-1771) & Jane/Joan Unknown (c1710-1786)
94.3 Robert Bisgrove (1756-1826) & Ann Priddle
   94.3a John Bisgrove (1795-1873)
94.4 GGGGGP Joseph Bisgrove (c1757-1807) & Margaret Knight (c1762-1826)

95.0 Three children of GGGGGP Joseph Bisgrove (c1755-1807) & Margaret Knight (1762-1826)
95.1 Maria Bisgrove (1790-?)
95.2 GGGGF George Bisgrove (1790-1848)
95.3 Margaret Bisgrove (1792-1824)

96.0 The Knight Family
96.1 GGGGGM Margaret Knight (1762-1826)
96.2 John Knight (1723-1801) & Mary Taylor
  96.2a Daughter Margaret Knight b1755
96.3 GGGGGGP William Knight (c1730-?) & Elizabeth/Betty Unknown (c1730-1798)

97.0 Six Children of GGGGGGP William Knight (c1730-?) & Elizabeth/Betty Unknown
97.1 William Knight (1755-1792)
97.2 Joseph Knight (1760-1803)
97.3 GGGGGM Margaret Knight (1762-1826)
97.4 Elizabeth Knight (1764-1786)
97.5 Priscilla Knight (1764-1780)
97.6 John Knight (1768-1798)

98.0 GGGGGP William Trott (1741-1835) & Mary Sherrod (1753-1820)

99.0 Six Children of GGGGGP William Trott (1741-1835) & Mary Sherrod (1753-1820)
99.1 William Trott (1776-?)
99.2 John Trott (1778-1856)
99.3 Thomas Trott (1783-?)
99.4 Isaac Trott (1786-1858)
99.5 Mary Trott (1787-?)
99.6 GGGGM Ann (Nancy) Trott (1789-1869)

100.0 Ancestors of GGGGGP William Trott (1741-1835) & Mary Sherrod (1753-1820)
100.1 GGGGGGP William Trott (1707-1766) & Mary Unknown (c1710-1744)
100.2 GGGGGGP Isaac Sherrod (1716-1778) & Angel Harding (?-1765)
100.3 GGGGGGGP Isaac Sherrod (c1685-1758) & Mary Richards (1680-1739)

101.0 - 102.0 For Future use

103.0 Diagram of the Bisgrove, Knight, Sherrod and Trott Family Trees
PART NINE: VILE FAMILY TREE
104.0 Ancestors of GGGM Mary Vile (1826-1910)
104.1 GGGM Mary (Amelia) Vile; later Bisgrove, Curtis and Fritsch (1826-1910)

105.0 Richard Gill Curtis’ (1792-1870) & his First Two Wives (Not related)
105.1 Richard Gill Curtis Publican
105.2 Richard Gill Curtis & Emma Irving move to NSW
105.3 The Dungog Inn, NSW
105.4 Richard Curtis married GGGM Mary Bisgrove nee Vile (1826-1910)

106.0 Eleven Children of Richard Curtis by Three Wives
106.1 Edward Curtis (1819-?)
106.2 William Gill Curtis (1821-1888)
   106.2a Richard Gill Curtis (1854-1836)
106.3 Henry Curtis (1823-1899)
   106.3a Henry Curtis Junior (1850-1940)
106.4 Charles Curtis (1824-1909)
106.5 Martha Curtis (1828-1909)
106.6 John Curtis (1839-?)
106.7 Emma Caroline Curtis (1841-1920)
106.8 Frederick Gill Curtis (1847-1910)
106.9 Fanny Curtis (1848-1876)
106.10 Annie Rebecca Curtis (1856-1884)
106.11 Elizabeth Curtis (1858-1860)

107.0 Anton Fritsch (1818-1892) & GGGM Mary Curtis nee Bisgrove nee Vile (1826-1910)
107.1 The College Lawn Hotel, Prahran
107.2 Latter years of GGGM Mary Fritsch nee Curtis nee Bisgrove nee Vile (1826-1910)

108.0 Ancestors of GGGM Mary Vile
108.1 GGGGP James Vile (1801- 1878) & Ann Richards (1804-1877)

109.0 Eleven Children of GGGGP James Vile (1801-1878) & Ann Richards (1804-1877)
109.1 Mary Vile (1824-1825)
109.2 GGGM Mary Vile (1826-1910)
109.3 Susan Vile (1828-1844)
109.4 Rhoda Vile (1830-1854)
109.5 Betsy Ann Vile (1832-1875)
109.6 Eleanor Vile (1834-1839)
109.7 Robert Vile (1836-1836)
109.8 Elizabeth Vile (1837-1844)
109.9 Ellen Vile (1839-1909)
   109.9a Adult Children of Ellen Heinemann nee Vile (1839-1909)
109.10 Martha Victoria Vile (1842-1844)
109.11 Martha Vile (1844-1857)

110.0 GGGGGP John Vile (1772-1831) & Mary Willy (1775-1847)
110.1 GGGGGGP Thomas Vile (?-?) & Sarah Glover (1739-?)
110.2 GGGGGGGWilliam Glover (1703-1775) & Sarah Newton (1703-1772)
   110.2a William Glover (1732-1803)

111.0 Eight Children of GGGGGP John Vile (1772-1831) & Mary Willy (1775-1847)
111.1 GGGGF James Vile (1801-1878)
111.2 Susanna Vile (1802-1814)
111.3 John Vile (1805-1869) & Elizabeth Hearn
111.4 Simeon Vile (1806-1886) & Sarah Clark
111.5 Robert Vile (1809-1848) & Hannah Clark
111.6 Mary Ann Vile (1811-1880) & James Lovell
   111.6a James Lovell (jnr) (1842-1916)
111.7 William Vile (1812-1907)
   111.7a Pioneer Wine Maker in the Hunter Valley
   111.7b William Vile’s Second Marriage
   111.7c William Vile's Third Marriage
   111.7d Hannah Vile nee Elliott nee Ebbon (1814-1885): A Convict Connection.
   111.8 Susanna Vile (1814-?)

112.0 Ancestry of GGGGGM Mary Willy (1773-1847)
112.1 GGGGGGP John Willy (1748-?) & Mary Bonning (1755-1787)
112.2 GGGGGGGP (1706-1797) & Susannah Gerard (?) (?-1753)
112.3 Ancestry of GGGGGGM Mary Bonning (1755-1787)

113.0 -114.0 For Future use

115.0 Diagram of the Vile Tree

PART TEN: RICHARDS FAMILY TREE
116.0 Diagram of the Early Richards Family Tree

117.0 GGGGM Ann Richards (1804-1877)
117.1 GGGGGP Robert Symes Richards (1778-1844) & Hannah White (1778-1830).

118.0 Seven chn of GGGGGP Robert Symes Richards (1778-1844) & Hannah White (1778-1830)
118.1 Elizabeth Richards (1802-1878)
118.2 GGGGM Ann Richards (1804-1877)
118.3 John Richards (1807-1883)
118.4 George Richards (1809-1814)
118.5 Rhoda Richards (1811-1869) & Daniel Evers
118.6 Hannah Richards (1813-1871) & William Vile
118.7 Phoebe Richards (1816-1882) & John Savidge

119.0 GGGGGGF Robert Richards (c1725-1804) & Elizabeth Unknown (c1730-1778)

120.0 Six Children of GGGGGGF Robert Richards (c1725-1804) & Elizabeth ??? (c1730-1778)
120.1 Priscilla Richards (1753-1827) & Samuel Clark
120.2 Ann Richards (1760-1819) & William Bradford c1750
   120.2a Job Bradford (1789-1872) & Billah Male
   120.2b Isaac Bradford (1792-1862) & Sarah Taylor
   120.2c William Bradford & his Ancestors
120.3 Hannah Richards (1762-1803 & Jephtha Willy
   120.3a Samuel Willy (1786-1810) & Elizabeth Bradford
   120.3b Jephtha Willy (1809-1854) & Susan Gillet
120.4 Robert Richards (1763-1766)
120.5 Samuel Richards (1765-1766)
120.6 Mary Richards (1770-1852) & John Male
   120.6a Billah Male (1799-1880) & Job Bradford

121.0 GGGGGGP Robert Richards (c1725-1804) & Joan Symes (c1758-1781)

122.0 Three Children of GGGGGGP Robert Richards (c1725-1804) & Joan Symes (c1758-1781)
122.1 William Symes Richards (1775-1850) & 2 Wives
   122.1a Rhoda Richards (1815-1900) & William Bradford b1801
   122.1b Samuel Richards (1801-1875) & Elizabeth Richards
122.2 GGGGGF Robert Symes Richards (1778-1844)
122.3 Rachel Richards (1780-1858) & John Baker

123.0 Ancestors of GGGGGGF Robert Richards (c1725-1804)
123.1 GGGGGGGP Thomas Richards (c1695-?) & Mary Bristow (1696-?)
123.2 Thomas Richards (c1720-1786) & Mary Haggett (1722-?)
123.3 Will of Thomas Richards (either b1692 or c1720) Died in 1806

Richards Family of Stapleton (NOT Directly Related)
124.0 Diagram of the Ancestral Tree for the Richards Family of Stapleton 

125.0 Two Sons of Thomas Richards (c1720-1786?) & Mary Haggett (1722-?)\
125.1 Thomas Richards (1747-1827) & MaryWhitehead
125.2 William Haggett Richards I (c1750-1805) & Ann Bayley (1759-1840)

126.0 Eight Children of William Haggett Richards I (c1750-1805) & Ann Bayley
126.1 Mary Ann Richards (1780-1847) & Henry Cary
126.2 Betty Richards (1782-1786)
126.3 Ann Bayley Richards (1784-1862) & William Chaffey
126.4 Thomas Bailey Richards (1787-1812)
126.5 William Richards (1789-1789)
126.6 John Whitehead Richards (1791-1840)
126.7 Elizabeth Haggett Richards (1793-1867) & William Adams
126.8 William Haggett Richards II (1796-1860) & Mary Besley England (1806-1866)

127.0 Eleven Children of William Haggett Richards II (1796-1860 & Mary Besley England
127.1 William Haggett Richards III (1829-1837)
127.2 Thomas Bayley Richards (1832-1832)
127.3 Edward England Richards (1833-1874) & 3 Wives
127.4 Ann Lydia Richards (1835-1915) & Augustus Arnold
127.5 John Whitehead Richards (1836-1893) & Mary Ann Chaffey
127.6 William Haggett Richards IV (1838-1879) & Sarah Ann Collins
   127.6a Willliam Haggett Richards V  (1878-bef 1920)
127.7 Caroline England Richards (1842-1851)
127.8 Henry Hutchings Richards (1843-1900)
127.9 Emma Maria Richards (1844-1939) & William Ironside
127.10 Charles Frederick Richards (1846-?) & Sarah Emily Dickinson
127.11 Sidney Richards (1849-c1900) & Anna Travis England
   127.11a William Haggett Richards (1874-1951) & Jane Filby Clapcott

128.0 Six or Seven Children of Thomas Richards (1747-1827) & Mary Whitehead
128.1 Elizabeth Richards (1789-1780)
128.2 Hannah Richards (1781-1868) & William Bown
128.3 Ann Richards (1783-?)
128.4 Eleanor Richards (1785-1847) & George Harding
128.5 Mary Richards (1786-1875) & William Reynolds
128.6 William Richards (1787-1835) & Mary Gervis
   128.6a Ellanette Richards (1830-1864) & John Glyde
128.7 Thomas Richards (1791-1866) & Jane Gervis
   128.7a Thomas Richards (1830-1905) & Eliza Parker

129.0 Reserved For Future Use

White & Munckton Families
130.0 Ancestors of  GGGGGM Hannah White (1778-1830)
130.1 GGGGGGP Arthur White (c1730-1801) & Alice Munckton (1757-1822)

131.0 Six Children of GGGGGGF Arthur White (c1730-1801)
131.1 Elizabeth White (1756-1823) & Samuel Best
131.2 Arthur White (1759-1829) & Jemima Willy
131.3 Mary White (c1761-1802) & Isaac Male
131.4 Charlotte White (1763-?) & John Stuckey
131.5 John White (1768-1835) & Chloe Langfield
131.6 GGGGGM Hannah White (1778-1830) & Robert Symes Richards

132.0 Ancestors of GGGGGGM Alice Munckton (1757-1822)
132.1 GGGGGGGP Edward Munckton (1718-1773) & Hannah Willy (1718-1795)
132.2 GGGGGGGGP James Munckton (c1671-1737) & Judith Wolfe (c1676-?)
132.3 GGGGGGGGP George Willy (c1680-?) & Mary Wellment (1684-?)
132.4 GGGGGGGGGP Robert Wellment (1657-? & Mary Unknown (?-?)
132.5 GGGGGGGGGGP Michael Wellment (c1630-?) & Joane Stuckey (c1634-?)

133.0 Reserved for Future use

134.0 Diagram of the Extended Richards & Vile Fanily Trees

135.0 Kingsbury Episcopi, Somerset
135.1 Description of Kingsbury Episcopi
135.2 Kingsbury Episcopi Commercial Directory

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