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«The Descendants of Un-named Richardson 1 Richardson Richardson married someone. He had two children: William and John. William Richardson,1,2 son of ...»

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The Descendants of Un-named Richardson 1

Richardson

Richardson married someone. He had two children: William and John.

William Richardson,1,2 son of Richardson, was born in 1660, died on 29 Jun 1740, and was buried on 1 Jul 1740 in FBG Ayton.

Birth Notes: circa

Basic notes:

He worked as a Tanner in Great Ayton, Yorkshire. He was a Quaker by Convincement.

William married Elizabeth Wilson 1,2 on 31 Jul 1684 in Lythe Church, Whitby, Yorkshire. Elizabeth died on 16 May 1718 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire and was buried in FBG Ayton. They had 12 children: Mary, Elizabeth, Rachel, Ann, Rebecca, Sarah, John, William, Martha, Hannah, Isaac and Lydia.

Basic notes:

She was a Quaker by Convincement. She worked as a Quaker minister.

Mary Richardson 1,3 was born in 1684 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

Mary married John Ward,1 son of John Ward and Sarah, on 7 Jan 1707 in Broughton, Yorkshire. John was born on 9 Jan 1680 in Whitby, Yorkshire. They had one daughter:

Jael.

Jael Ward Jael married Nathan Pickering,1 son of William Pickering and Grace, on 6 Dec 1740 in Staintondale, Whitby, Yorkshire. Nathan was born in 1713 in Whitby, Yorkshire. They had six children: Mary, Grace, Jael, Lydia, William and John.

Mary Pickering was born in 1743.

Grace Pickering was born in 1741.

Jael Pickering was born in 1746.

Lydia Pickering was born in 1750.

William Pickering was born in 1753.

John Pickering was born in 1756.

Elizabeth Richardson 3 was born in 1690 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

Rachel Richardson 1,3 was born in 1690 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

Rachel married Francis Husband,1 son of Christopher Husband and Elizabeth, in 1713 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire. Francis was born on 19 May 1683 in Guisborough, Yorkshire.

They had one daughter: Catherine.

Catherine Husband

Catherine married Jeremiah Henderson 1 on 16 Aug 1759 in Stockton on Tees, County Durham. Jeremiah was born on 24 Feb 1718 in Scarborough, Yorkshire. They had one son:

Robert.

Robert Henderson1 died in 1791 in Drowned At Alnmouth.

Ann Richardson3 was born in Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1697.

Rebecca Richardson Rebecca married Timothy Chadwick.1 They had one daughter: Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Chadwick Elizabeth married Waller.1 Rebecca next married Joseph Gaskin.1 Sarah Richardson John Richardson 1 was born on 3 Oct 1698 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1786.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Farmer in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire. Inherited from his uncle John. He worked as a Tanner in Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

John married Lydia Vasie,1 daughter of Henry Vasie and Mary Mackridge, on 8 Apr 1727 in Whitby, Yorkshire. Lydia was born in 1697. They had five children: Lydia, Mary, John, William and Henry.

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Lydia Richardson was born in 1728 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1810.

Mary Richardson was born in 1730 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1787.

John Richardson was born in 1734 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1778. He never married and had no children.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Tanner in Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

William Richardson 1,4 was born on 21 Nov 1736 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire, died on 13 Nov 1826 in Langbaurgh Hall, Great Ayton, Yorkshire, and was buried in FBG Ayton.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Farmer in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

William married Mary Muskett,4 daughter of John Muskett and Mary Heywood, on 21 Nov 1774 in FMH Ayton. Mary was born in 1755 in Newton Flotman, Norfolk. They had eight children: John, Mary, William, Elizabeth, Lydia, Ann, Henrietta and John.

Noted events in their marriage were:

They lived at Langbaurgh Hall, Great Ayton, Yorkshire.

John Richardson 1 was born in 1775 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1790.

Mary Richardson 1,4,5 was born in 1777 in Langbaurgh, Great Ayton, Yorkshire and died in 1818.

Mary married Joshua Wilson,1,4 son of Caleb Wilson and Judith Stansfield, in 1802. Joshua was born on 2 Sep 1769 in Sunderland, County Durham and died on 3 Nov 1804 in Bishopwearmouth, County Durham. They had one son: (No Given Name).

Basic notes:

He worked as a Tallow chandler in Sunderland, County Durham.

Wilson4 died in Died in Infancy.

Mary next married William Brown,1,4,5,6,7,8 son of George Brown and Anne Ogden, on 16 Apr 1807 in FMH Sunderland. William was born on 5 Jul 1783 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 30 Jan 1862 in North Shields, Northumberland. They had eight children: Emma, Henrietta, William, William Richardson, Henry, William, Charles and Richardson.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Corn Miller, trading as Brown, Unthank & Procter. in Willington Mill, North Shields, Northumberland. Later and also in the vicinity of North Shields, he had a mill of his own, tarding on his own account.

Emma Brown1 was born in 1808 and died in 1811.

Henrietta Brown 4 was born in 1810 in North Shields, Northumberland and died in 1842.





Henrietta married Henry Casson,4,5,9 son of Henry Casson and Elizabeth Hord, in 1832. Henry was born on 27 Feb 1802 in Hull, Yorkshire and died on 2 Dec 1863 in York, Yorkshire. They had four children: Mary Elizabeth, Sarah, Henry and Henrietta.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Tanner in Hull, Yorkshire. He worked as a Master of the Horse Dept., North Eastern Railway after 1842 in York, Yorkshire.

Mary Elizabeth Casson 1,4 was born on 24 Nov 1832 and died on 12 Mar 1863.

Basic notes:

She was educated at The Mount School (Castlegate) from Feb 1848 to Jun 1849 in York, Yorkshire.

Mary married John Clark,1,4,10 son of Joseph Clark and Ann Woodhead, on 4 Oct 1855 in Hull, Yorkshire. John was born on 15 Dec 1826 in Doncaster, Yorkshire and died on 21 Sep 1881 in Doncaster, Yorkshire. They had four children: Joseph Henry, Anna, Henrietta and John Albert.

Basic notes:

He was educated at Lawrence Street School (later to become Bootham School) from 1840 to 1842 in York, Yorkshire. He worked as a Tanner. Joseph Clark & Son. in Doncaster, Yorkshire. He worked as an Alderman and Mayor of Doncaster.

Joseph Henry Clark 1,4,11 was born on 10 Sep 1856 in Balby, Doncaster, Yorkshire and died on 24 Sep 1941 in Doncaster, Yorkshire.

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Arnold married Marguerite Elisabeth Vatter.15,17,18,19,20,21 They had three children: Alan Vatter, Michael and Anne Marie.

Capt. Alan Vatter Sewell 18,22,23,24,25 was born on 31 Oct 1914 in Carr Lynn, Acomb, York, Yorkshire.

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17 Aug 1815 in Howard Street, North Shields, Northumberland, died on 4 May 1876 in Belmont Road, Twickenham, and was buried in Twickenham. They had four children:

William Henry, Mary Spence, Henrietta and Elizabeth.

William Henry Brown 3,4,30,31,32 was born on 31 Jan 1839 in North Shields, Northumberland (8 jan given by AM) and died on 24 Dec 1907 in Sibford Ferris, Oxfordshire.

Basic notes:

He was educated at Ackworth. He worked as a Pharmaceutical Chemist in Tynemouth, Northumberland.

William married Margaret Ogilvie,3,31,32 daughter of Joseph Ogilvie and Jane Elizabeth Dove, on 5 May 1863 in North Shields, Northumberland. Margaret was born in 1841 and died on 15 May 1918 in Croydon, Surrey. They had one daughter: Elizabeth Foster.

Elizabeth Foster Brown 32 was born on 7 Jul 1876 in Tynemouth, Northumberland.

Basic notes:

She was educated at Sibford School. She was educated at The Mount School in Aug 1893 in York, Yorkshire.

Mary Spence Brown 3,4 was born on 31 Mar 1840 in North Shields, Northumberland and died in 1923.

Basic notes:

She was educated at Ackworth.

Mary married Edmund Evans,3 son of Henry Evans and Mary, on 23 Aug 1864 in Godalming, Surrey. Edmund was born on 23 Feb 1826 in Southwark, London, died on 21 Aug 1905 in Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, and was buried in Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. They had five children: Edmund Wilfred, Herbert, Ada Mary, Mary Elizabeth and Henrietta.

Basic notes:

He worked as an English wood engraver and colour printer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Evans Note connection to Myles Birket Foster.

Edmund Wilfred Evans 3 was born in 1869.

Herbert Evans3 was born about 1872.

Ada Mary Evans 3 was born in 1865 and died in 1905.

Mary Elizabeth Evans 3 was born in 1868 and died in 1939.

Henrietta Evans 3 was born in 1874 and died in 1902.

Henrietta Brown 3,4,9 was born on 8 Jan 1842 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 24 Feb 1849 in North Shields, Northumberland.

Elizabeth Brown 1,3,4 was born on 10 Jan 1844 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 19 Jan 1917 in Whitwell, Isle Of Wight.

Basic notes:

She was educated at Ackworth. She worked as a Teacher.

Elizabeth married Alfred William Cooper,3 son of Abraham Cooper and Maria Gomm, on 10 Dec 1870 in St. Nicholas, Brighton. Alfred was born on 23 Oct 1830 in London and died in 1916. They had three children: Margaret, Henry Watson and Philip.

Basic notes:

He worked as an Artist.

Margaret Cooper 3 was born about 1872.

Henry Watson Cooper was born about 1874.

Philip Cooper 3 was born about 1880.

William Brown 4,33 was born on 5 Sep 1815 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 23 Feb 1871 in North Shields, Northumberland.

Basic notes:

He was educated at Lawrence Street School (later to become Bootham School) in 1829 in York, Yorkshire. He worked as a Corn Miller in North Shields, Northumberland.

William married Mary Wheatley,4 daughter of John Wheatley and Hannah Banion, on 19 Aug 1847 in FMH Ayton. Mary was born in 1825 and died in 1893. They had three children: Marianna, (No Given Name) and William Edward.

Marianna Brown 4,33 was born in 1849 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 6 Feb 1860 in North Shields, Northumberland.

Brown

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William Edward Brown 4,34,35 was born in 1863 and died on 8 Jan 1940 in Kendal, Cumbria.

Basic notes:

He was educated at Ackworth School from 1873 to 1878. He was educated at Bootham School from 1878 to 1880 in York, Yorkshire. He was educated at The Flounders Institute. He worked as a Teacher, Ackworth School in Ackworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire. He worked as a Teacher, Paradise House. He worked as a Teacher, Oliver's Mount School in Scarborough, Yorkshire. He worked as a Founder and Principal of The Crescent School from 1894 to 1900 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

He worked as a Headmaster of Penketh School from 1901 to 1923 in Penketh, Warrington, Cheshire.

William married Edith Madeline Collinson,4,34 daughter of Matthew Henry Collinson and Sophia Lean, in 1894. Edith was born in 1867. They had one daughter:

Winifred.

Winifred Brown 34 was born on 21 Feb 1906 in Penketh School, Warrington, Cheshire.

Charles Brown 1,3,4,5,36,37 was born on 15 Oct 1816 in North Shields, Northumberland and died on 9 Jan 1864 in North Shields, Northumberland.

Death Notes: Pleurisy

Basic notes:

He was educated at Lawrence Street School (later to become Bootham School) from 1829 to 1832 in York, Yorkshire. He worked as a Corn Miller in North Shields, Northumberland. He worked as a Quaker Minister.

Charles married Jane Spence,3,4,5 daughter of Robert Spence and Mary Foster, on 9 Feb 1843 in North Shields, Northumberland. Jane was born on 23 Feb 1823 in Howard Street, North Shields, Northumberland, died on 26 Dec 1845 in Preston, Tynemouth, and was buried on 1 Jan 1846 in Stephenson St., North Shields. They had one daughter: Jane Spence.

Death Notes: Puerperal Peritonitis

Basic notes:

She was educated at The Mount School (Castlegate) from Aug 1834 to Jun 1837 in York, Yorkshire.

Jane Spence Brown 3,4 was born in 1845 and died in 1926.

Basic notes:

She was educated at The Mount School from Aug 1861 to Dec 1862 in York, Yorkshire.

Jane married Dr. Owen Gwatkin,38 son of James Thomas Gwatkin and Catherine Ross, in 1878 in York, Yorkshire. Owen was born in 1852 in Brighton, East Sussex and died in 1933 in Grange over Sands, Cumbria. They had four children: Jane, Catherine, Jessie and Owen.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Physician & Surgeon in Grange over Sands, Cumbria. MRCS He lived at Winsterholme in 1932 in The Esplanade, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria.

Jane Gwatkin was born on 22 Jan 1880 in Salford, Manchester.

Catherine Gwatkin 38 was born in 1881 and died in 1968.

Catherine married Prof. Lascelles Abercrombie 38 on 23 Jan 1909 in Ulverston, Cumbria. Lascelles was born on 9 Jan 1881 in Ashton upon Mersey, Manchester and died on 27 Oct 1938 in St John's Wood, London. They had four children: David, Michael, Ralph and Elizabeth.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Poet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lascelles_Abercrombie He worked as a Professor of English, University of Leeds from 1922 to 1929 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He worked as a Professor of English, University of London from 1929 to 1935.

Prof. David Abercrombie 38 was born on 19 Dec 1909 in Birkenhead, Cheshire and died on 4 Jul 1992 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Basic notes:

He worked as a Phonetician. He was educated at Liverpool College.

David married Mary Marble 38 in 1944. Mary died on 28 Apr 1998.

Michael Abercrombie 38 was born on 14 Aug 1912 in The Gallows, Ryton, Dymock, Gloucestershire and died on 28 May 1979 in 2 Bridge Lane, Little Shelford, Cambridge.

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Basic notes:



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