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801 Celebrant Rev Irving Hetherington, witnesses Wm Robinson (bride's father) and Eliza Curtis (groom's married sister) Family F1435
 
802 Celebrant Rev James Love, witnesses M T Robson and Alfred Cameron Family F1415
 
803 Celebrant Rev John Ferguson, witnesses A Mackintosh and J L M Mackintosh. Jean's parents were deceased by this time. Family F1425
 
804 Celebrant Rev Joseph Bryant (Methodist), witnesses E M Cotton (bride's sister) and Alfred Cameron (groom's brother) Family F1418
 
805 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F88
 
806 celebrant Samuel Wilberforce Bishop of Oxford Family F684
 
807 Cemetery plot A595 - Fr T O'Dwyer Pope, Gloria Joan (I764)
 
808 Cemetery Plot A595 Buried with wife - Fr N Smyth Royes, Kenneth (I973)
 
809 Cemetery records listed occupation as Married Woman 78yrs Jane Oliver Royes, U/taker H Keller CofE Minister J Squire Olive, Jane Ley (I732)
 
810 Census Years 1901 Antrim Larne Bank Road
Residents of a house 1 in Bank Road (Larne, Antrim)
SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligionBirthplaceOccupationLiteracy Irish
Language
Marital StatusSpecified
Illnesses
RussellHarriett22FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
RussellVictoria 20FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
WylieJane6FemaleGrand DaughterPresbyterianAntrimScholarRead and write-Not Married-
WylieHugh4MaleGrand SonPresbyterianAntrim---Not Married -
RussellSamuel64MaleHead of FamilyPresbyterianAntrimDairymanRead and write-Married-
RussellSamuel26MaleSonPresbyterianAntrim fireman BNCR railway Read and write-Not Married-
RussellMargaret60FemaleWifePresbyterianAntrimHousekeeperRead and write-Married-
 
Whiteford, Margaret (I1308)
 
811 Census Years 1901 Antrim Larne Bank Road
Residents of a house 1 in Bank Road (Larne, Antrim)
SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligionBirthplaceOccupationLiteracy Irish
Language
Marital StatusSpecified
Illnesses
RussellHarriett22FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
RussellVictoria 20FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
WylieJane6FemaleGrand DaughterPresbyterianAntrimScholarRead and write-Not Married-
WylieHugh4MaleGrand SonPresbyterianAntrim---Not Married -
RussellSamuel64MaleHead of FamilyPresbyterianAntrimDairymanRead and write-Married-
RussellSamuel26MaleSonPresbyterianAntrim fireman BNCR railway Read and write-Not Married-
RussellMargaret60FemaleWifePresbyterianAntrimHousekeeperRead and write-Married-
 
Russell, Samuel (I1108)
 
812 Census Years 1901 Antrim Larne Bank Road
Residents of a house 1 in Bank Road (Larne, Antrim)
SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligionBirthplaceOccupationLiteracy Irish
Language
Marital StatusSpecified
Illnesses
RussellHarriett22FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
RussellVictoria 20FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
WylieJane6FemaleGrand DaughterPresbyterianAntrimScholarRead and write-Not Married-
WylieHugh4MaleGrand SonPresbyterianAntrim---Not Married -
RussellSamuel64MaleHead of FamilyPresbyterianAntrimDairymanRead and write-Married-
RussellSamuel26MaleSonPresbyterianAntrim fireman BNCR railway Read and write-Not Married-
RussellMargaret60FemaleWifePresbyterianAntrimHousekeeperRead and write-Married-
 
Russell, Harriet (I1090)
 
813 Census Years 1901 Antrim Larne Bank Road
Residents of a house 1 in Bank Road (Larne, Antrim)
SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligionBirthplaceOccupationLiteracy Irish
Language
Marital StatusSpecified
Illnesses
RussellHarriett22FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
RussellVictoria 20FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
WylieJane6FemaleGrand DaughterPresbyterianAntrimScholarRead and write-Not Married-
WylieHugh4MaleGrand SonPresbyterianAntrim---Not Married -
RussellSamuel64MaleHead of FamilyPresbyterianAntrimDairymanRead and write-Married-
RussellSamuel26MaleSonPresbyterianAntrim fireman BNCR railway Read and write-Not Married-
RussellMargaret60FemaleWifePresbyterianAntrimHousekeeperRead and write-Married-
 
Russell, Samuel (I1107)
 
814 Census Years 1901 Antrim Larne Bank Road
Residents of a house 1 in Bank Road (Larne, Antrim)
SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligionBirthplaceOccupationLiteracy Irish
Language
Marital StatusSpecified
Illnesses
RussellHarriett22FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
RussellVictoria 20FemaleDaughterPresbyterianAntrim -Read and write-Not Married-
WylieJane6FemaleGrand DaughterPresbyterianAntrimScholarRead and write-Not Married-
WylieHugh4MaleGrand SonPresbyterianAntrim---Not Married -
RussellSamuel64MaleHead of FamilyPresbyterianAntrimDairymanRead and write-Married-
RussellSamuel26MaleSonPresbyterianAntrim fireman BNCR railway Read and write-Not Married-
RussellMargaret60FemaleWifePresbyterianAntrimHousekeeperRead and write-Married-
 
Russell, Victoria (I1111)
 
815 Certificate of Freedom 41/202 Royes, Jeremiah (I42)
 
816 certificate with daughter Deidre Hogan, James (I4629)
 
817 certificate with daughter Deidre Hogan, James (I4629)
 
818 certificate with Deidre Hogan Brennan Family F1640
 
819 certificate with granddaughter Deidre Hogan, James (I3284)
 
820 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Huffam, A.M. (I3777)
 
821 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Huffam, T.P. (I3776)
 
822 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Huffam, R.J. (I3775)
 
823 Charles John snr. helped Charles jnr. to acquire  the Knapdale property which he later sold and bought a property near Riversdale where he cultivated bananas for export. Apparently mosquitos and malaria became a problem in that area and the next generation moved to Kingston. However note that his obit says "late of Knapdale".

A Charles Royes jr is listed on the Register of Voters for St Ann's in 1860.

A Charles John is listed as b1858-d1860 on http://royesfamily.com/family_tree.htm but is probably Charles Mordaunt Royes (1858-c1860)

Obit from The Daily Gleaner 8 Nov 1905:
Royes At 5.30 p.m. yesterday at "Devereux Ville" (NW corner Waterloo and Windward Roads)  Charles John Royes, late of Knapdale, St Ann, in his 74th year.  Funeral will move for May Pen Cemetery this evening at 4.30 punctually. 
Royes, Charles John jr (I3863)
 
824 Charles lived in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica, owned a property "Windsor" and became fully involved in the life of the community:
c1851-1865+ various roles in St Ann's Savings Bank including Trustee (as was Joseph Bravo)
c1851-1865+ Lieutenant in St Anns Eastern militia (as was Joseph Bravo)
1855-1877 Custos (see below) of St Ann's Bay [1875 Michael Solomon is Acting Custos]
c1857-c1861 member of the Jamaican House of Assembly
c1865-? Privy Council.
1871-77 St Ann Municipal Board (Chair)
1871-77 St Ann Road Board (Chair)
[CUSTOS ROTULORUM, Eng. law: The principal justice of the peace of a county, who is the keeper of the records of the county.]

Extracts from The Falmouth Post
Friday, January 17, 1873
(heading) The Custos of St. Ann’s and Justice Bruce
(text) The Honorable Charles Royes, Custos of St. Ann and Member of the Legislative Council, will submit Justice Bruce’s intemperate and unmerited censure [of him] to the consideration of Sir John Peter Grant, immediately after his arrival in the Island by the Packet.
Friday February 21, 1873
(heading) INTELLIGENCE FROM SPANISH TOWN
(sub-heading) The Coroner of St. Catherine
(text) There is a rumour abroad, that Mr. J. C. McAnuff, who signed the Address to the Honorable Charles Royes, condemnatory of Mr. Justice Bruce’s strictures on the character of that gentleman, is to be deprived of his office as Acting Coroner of St. Catherine, and that the Judge will employ Mr. Edward Claver Smith, senior, as his deputy.

Children: A Charles Thomas Royes was born 1849 in St Ann's Bay. He seems to have come from a different family (or they would surely have all been baptised on the same day):
Matilda - born Aug 1846 - baptism 30 Sep 1849 - residence Windsor (Charles' estate)
Edward - born Sep 1848 - baptism 30 Sep 1849 - residence Windsor
Charles T - born 27 Jan 1849 - baptism 28 Oct 1849 - residence St Ann's Bay

[Charles Thomas possibilities: Charles John snr's by a different mother?
son of Charles John jr now aged 16/17?
Is there another Royes here - a brother of Charles snr?]

Heather Royes writes: According to my father who loved to do historical research, when Emancipcation was declared in 1838, the slaves on Sir Charles Royes' estate refused to leave because they were well taken care of.

Charles' gravestone is located in a churchyard in St. Ann's Bay, in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. It reads:
Beneath this stone is laid
the Honourable Charles John Royes,
born September 18th 1813, died May 6th 1877.
He was Custos Rotulorum of this parish for 22 years,
representative in the House of Assembly for 8 years,
and a member of the Legislative Council
during a period of 7 years.

Information re: Charles John Royes' descendants via Charles John jnr comes from Charles Alan Royes, Jamaica

From Gillian Royes: [The family tradition is that] Charles John snr was married legally to an English woman who came out to Jamaica.  She had a child, who, I understand, died at three years of age.  The wife was bereft and returned to England.  Charles then took a "wife" (there are various theories about whether he married her legally or not, but I rather think not) who was a woman born in India who worked on his sugar cane estate.  Apparently, that's where we all come from in Jamaica.  Some of the children intermarried with former slaves, while others married very light-skinned blacks, mulattoes or quadroons.  The latter are known in Jamaica as the "white Royeses" and the former as the "black Royeses".  Samuel, my grandfather, was of the "white Royeses" and married a mulatto woman.  Colour and shade have always been very important in Jamaica, but less so now.

Charles snr does not appear in the 1841 UK Census (when he was aged 27-28). If Charles jr who appears in the Jamaican 1860 voter list (and is presumably at least 21 years of age) then he was born 1839 or earlier. If he was born in Jamaica, this gives us a migration date for Charles snr of "before 1839". If Charles John jr was born in Jamaica the date becomes "before 1832".

There is a partially completed website at http://royesfamily.com/family_tree.htm which may lead us to further information about Charles' descendants. I have added some of them tentatively. It lists children George Huntley and Adolphus as well as Edward and Charles John.
Also there are records of births for Edward and Matilda Royes resident on his property Windsor. There is also a Charles Thomas Royes born 27 Jan 1849 resident in St Ann's Bay but I suspect he is from a different family or from a different mother. Having two sons named Charles alive at the same time would be strange. 
Royes, Hon. Charles John sr (I2102)
 
825 Chief Mate on the ship Florence Irving ex Brisbane for Sydney 30 Oct 1866 - age 42 Royes, Francis M (I50)
 
826 Child of a mistress of Richard Papia (I2900)
 
827 Child of a mistress of Richard of Normandy, Muriella (I2897)
 
828 Child of a mistress of Richard of Normandy, Fressende (I2896)
 
829 Child of a mistress of Richard of Normandy, Beatrice (I2823)
 
830 Children of Victor and Philomena:
Victor Henriquez - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Agnes Henriquez - died
Beulah Henriquez - died
Cilla Henriquez - died
Janette Henriquez - died
Gloria Paule Henriquez
Joan Henriquez

Gloria Paule Henriquez - born in Saint Martin
Gloria is in West Palm Beach, FL
Married Douglas Savage, Kingston Jamaica.
Children: James, Carolyn, Michael.

Janette Henriquez - born in Saint Martin
Janette died in Kingston Jamaica
Married Kenneth Royes.
Children, Sonja, Heather and Gillian.
 
Family F488
 
831 Children registered with NSW Registry (Last four digits of the registration number is the year):
d>
Registration
Number
Last NameGiven namesFather's
Given Names
Mother's
Given Names
Registration District
8635/1861BAILEYELIZABETHJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
8905/1862BAILEYMARY AJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER
8914/1863BAILEYJOHNJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
9794/1864BAILEYEVALINE SJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
10184/1865BAILEYFRANCESJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
10966/1867BAILEYELIZABETH EJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
12669/1869BAILEYANNJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
12116/1871BAILEYWILHELMINAJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
11758/1872BAILEYCHARLOTTE JJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
16035/1879BAILEYCATHERINE LJOHN TELIZABETHMACDONALD RIVER  
 
Family F773
 
832 Children:
John (bir) about 1795
Lachlan (bap) 7 Dec 1794
Donald (bap) 7 Apr 1799
Donald (bap) 23 Sept 1804
Neil (bap) 30 Aug 1807
[see http://mullgenealogy.co.uk] 
Family F1434
 
833 Chinon Castle Plantagenet, Henry II King of England, Duke of Normandy (I2694)
 
834 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1353
 
835 Christ Church Family F1483
 
836 Christ Church Family F34
 
837 Christ Church St Lawrence Family F79
 
838 Christian Wedderburn, [?elder] d. of Henry W. [Salmon-fisher, b. 1744, ?bap. 1745] & Margaret [Kirton], bap. 8/4/1772 at Spittal United Presbyterian Church. (Northumberland IGI)

Married James Alder in Woodhorn 7 Nov 1798
Married William Whurrier 11 Nov 1832 
Weatherburn, Christiana (I4303)
 
839 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1654
 
840 Church of England section Ley, Ann (I3042)
 
841 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Logan, A.J. (I606)
 
842 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lumby, D.J. (I701)
 
843 churchyard Campbell, Florence (I1735)
 
844 citizen and draper Hougham, Solomon (I2165)
 
845 city residence Orr, Anne (I508)
 
846 city residence Campbell, Robert Tertius (I492)
 
847 Clan Macdonald

Re-married? http://members3.boardhost.com/aucklands/msg/116.html 
Bowers, Charlotte Pringle (I2284)
 
848 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Royes, P.M. (I1017)
 
849 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Royes, S.D. (I1035)
 
850 Clerk, Audit Office Royes, Samuel William (I3870)
 
851 Clotton family home Shakespeare St Family F1418
 
852 Co Down Births 1865-75 Roy, Annie (I112)
 
853 Cockfighter Creek Johnstone, Thomas Bligh (I5886)
 
854 codicil Hougham, William (I4479)
 
855 codicil Hougham, William (I4479)
 
856 codicil Hougham, William (I4479)
 
857 codicil to previous will Robinson, Sarah (I4480)
 
858 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F32
 
859 CofE Family F30
 
860 CofE cemetery Bailey, Anne (I5316)
 
861 CofE cemetery Crossley, Thomas (I5315)
 
862 CofE Chapel Family F1828
 
863 Cologne Southern Cemetery Huffam, Julius Valentine Blake (I3734)
 
864 commission agent - Sands Directories - to 1916 (entry for FM Luther) Luther, Frank Mordaunt (I632)
 
865 Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal Navy 1660-1815 has an entry for L’Estrange Mordaunt:
L (Lieutenant?) 31 Jan 1706
CR (Commander/Commodore?) 1 Mar 1740
Gone 1752
This makes his date of birth in the early 1690s or earlier, his daughters born when he was about 37-42, and he dies about 61+. “Gone” is clearly after his death but may be an “administrative date”. 
Mordaunt, Captain Lestrange (I2988)
 
866 Compare maiden name Delauney with grandson Charles's second name Delauney Family F1163
 
867 Con Pandelakis had two children to Maria Allayalis before her death. Nicholas was one of seven children that Con Pandelakis had with his second wife Angela. Con Pandelakis is my great grandfather. Pandelakis, Con Michael (I1672)
 
868 concubine Emina (I3542)
 
869 concubine?? Groa (I2782)
 
870 Considerable uncertainty about her life including dates of birth and death Adeliza (I3119)
 
871 Convicted Middlesex 15 Apr 1795 - sentenced at the Old Bailey for stealing nine silk handkerchiefs. She was sentenced to seven years and transported to Australia on the ship "Indespensible" when she was 30 years of age. Archer, Ann (I1869)
 
872 cook Hanrahan, James Louis (I387)
 
873 cook Hanrahan, James Louis (I387)
 
874 cook Crosley, Elsie Catherine (I202)
 
875 cook - also 1937 roll Hanrahan, James Louis (I387)
 
876 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lawler, S.E. (I2097)
 
877 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lawler, E. (I4006)
 
878 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F19
 
879 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F485
 
880 Cottage Street Healey, Job (I1664)
 
881 could be 1849 Tighe, Margaret Anne (I5311)
 
882 Count of Nantes 1158
Duke of Brittany 1171-1186 
Plantagenet, Geoffrey Duke of Brittany (I2727)
 
883 Court House Family F677
 
884 Cousin of husband John Moore, Mary (I698)
 
885 Cousin of wife Mary Girvan, John (I335)
 
886 Cover, Alice Alexandra Julia, dtr of Charles S. & Elizabeth Cover, store keeper, res Stewart Town, b 12/5/1862, bap 3/29/1863 by J. A. Gurney, p. 164 #806
Cover, Ella Elizabeth, dtr of C. S. & Eliza Cover, merchant, res Stewart Town, b 10/1/1866, bap 11/19/1866 by Joseph W. Rowbotham, p. 153 #27
Charles Samuel Cover, employer [Jamaican Family Search - Registers and Wills]
St. Ann's Bay, 18 November 1878 C. S. Cover & Co. begs to give notice that they have had to take over possession of the Lee Wharf here, in consequence of the absence from the island of the lessee (Mr. E. S. Warren), but they will not be accountable nor liable for any deficiencies of goods which may have occurred prior to the time that they have been put into possession of the stock on the wharf. [Jamaican Family Search Trelawny and General Advertiser 21 Nov 1878] 
Cover, Charles Samuel (I6108)
 
887 Cremated Roy, Beverley Dianne (I821)
 
888 cremated Cameron, Murdoch (I3942)
 
889 cremated Cameron, Edward (I3970)
 
890 cremation McArthur, Malcolm Hugh (I2176)
 
891 cremation Royes, George Frederick (I933)
 
892 Crematorium Royes, John George (I962)
 
893 Crematorium T28, Section 2, Columbarium 39 McLean, Jean (I3177)
 
894 Crew on the Star of New Zealand ex London via Melbourne arr Sydney 13 May 1898 Royes, J (I32)
 
895 Cross Roads Royes, Ralph McIntyre (I3875)
 
896 Crow Street Tyssen, Sarah (I1259)
 
897 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cameron, H.C.R. (I5940)
 
898 Croydon hospital admissions 28 Feb 1920-4 Apr 1925 include Thomas Royes and Una Royes Royes, Una Beatrice (I1064)
 
899 Croydon hospital admissions 28 Feb 1920-4 Apr 1925 include Thomas Royes and Una Royes Royes, Thomas Mordaunt (I1059)
 
900 Crusader de Blois, Stephen Count de Blois et Champagne (I1042)
 
901 Curate of Ash, Rector of Knowlton, Charlton and Tilmanston Baker, Rev Charles Hougham (I1636)
 
902 Curious! There is a death registration for Charles Delauney T Bravo for
Oct-Dec qtr of 1875, St George Hanover Square, London (Vol 1a p620)
Apr-Jun qtr of 1876, Wandsworth, London (Vol 1d p387)
Jul-Sep qtr of 1876, Wandsworth, London (Vol 1d p408)
Possibly occasioned by the two court cases into his death. 
Turner Bravo, Charles Delauney (I1730)
 
903 Dad died from a clot of blood that stopped his heart. Which was thought to have evolved from his hernia operation. Weatherburn, John William (I1295)
 
904 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F827
 
905 Dan was born 31 July.1898 in New Ross. He enlisted in 1915 when not quite 16 1/2 years of age in the Irish Guards and fought at Vermelles and at Ypres in France.
He emigrated, aged 22 to St Paul, Minnesota, arriving on 15 August 1920 at Ellis Island from Liverpool on the “S S Caronia”.
Dan married Miranda C.(Dolly) Schmiege ,daughter of Fritz (Fred) and Verena (Anna) Schmiege from Winsconsin in January 1923 in the USA. Dan died in the London blitz on the 18 April, 1941 and was buried in Brompton Cemetery in the Dissenters Plot 1, five feet down,12 plots back from East pathway, 2nd row in. 
Hogan, Daniel Ignatius (I3239)
 
906 Daniel worked at scrub felling for a number of years. He had a motor car and used it as a taxi between Peeramon and Atherton. He contracted to load log timber onto railway wagons from Peeramon to various sawmills.
He bought a selection of land near Lake Eacham, Atherton Tablelands (later named McLeish Road), and felled all the scrub on the 120 acres, and did dairy farming on the land as well. He built a big house on the farm, but passed away before enjoying much time in it. 
McLeish, Daniel (I5119)
 
907 Danny (Garda Siochana - Irish police force) was born Mary Street, New Ross on 7 October 1927. Died 12th January, 1990. Danny married Bridget (Breege) TIMLIN from Co.Mayo. Nolan, Daniel Joseph (I3307)
 
908 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hogan, D. (I1437)
 
909 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F42
 
910 Date assumed to be prior to birth of first child Family F1954
 
911 Date based on birth of first child; place based on probability Clements, Hugh (I165)
 
912 Date based on report that she was 19 years younger than her husband Charles Turner, Caroline (I1785)
 
913 date based on stated age (30) at 1901 census Kelly, Elizabeth (I3127)
 
914 date estimated - or Sheffield? Bromley, James Hindsley (I2283)
 
915 Date from headstone - year not clear Ritchie, Elizabeth (I6433)
 
916 Date from http://www.gbnf.com/genealog3/mcgowan/html/d0027/I8132.HTM d' Avranches, Rualon Sheriff of Kent (I2181)
 
917 date from obituary notice Royes, Charles John jr (I3863)
 
918 date of arrival on "Walmer Castle" Cameron, Hugh Ewen (I3933)
 
919 date of arrival on "Walmer Castle" Maclean, Anne (I3934)
 
920 Date of birth from headstone Wiley, Joseph Barron (I4837)
 
921 Date of birth is unknown. 1866 is a guess, filling a gap in the list of births. Russell, David (I1086)
 
922 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F803
 
923 date of presentation of Bible Bromley, James Hindsley (I2278)
 
924 date uncertain Egil King in Sweden (I2795)
 
925 Date uncertain Family F760
 
926 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F676
 
927 Dates for her birth, marriage and death vary widely in the sources. of Denmark, Queen Estrith (I2904)
 
928 dau. of Charles Handebo (the name Handebo changed over years from Strongbow via Herbert) and Catherin Robinson. Handebo, Elizabeth (I3940)
 
929 dau. of Hector Maclean and Flora McPhail (McPhee) Maclean, Anne (I3934)
 
930 daughter is Ann Ward, spinster (see the will for Charles Hougham 1748-1793 under Histories - http://royroyes.net/genealogy/showmedia.php?mediaID=571) so presumably this Ann was married previously to a Mr Ward

Note that Charles Hougham's will is dated 1785 and refers to his "late wife". The date of death is therefore incorrect.,, 
[Hougham], Ann (I2222)
 
931 daughter of "William Triggs of Globally" Triggs, Mary (I2208)
 
932 Daughter of John and Jean of Greymouth Inangahua west Coast South Island NZ Castlanelli, Martha Isabel (I3739)
 
933 Daughter of John Naylor of Wenvell. Naylor, Elizabeth (I2164)
 
934 Daughter of Phorne Sigulfson, Lord of Greystone Ede, Edith (I4780)
 
935 daughter of the last Earl of Oxford and Mortimer

Lady Charlotte knew the renowned English Poet, Lord Byron, as shown in the following:

'Byron's "Ianthe" was Lady Charlotte Bacon (née Charlotte Harley, daughter of the fifth Earl of Oxford), thirteen at the time Byron met her. When she was nineteen she married Major-General Anthony Bacon, a hero of Waterloo, and in 1860 moved with him to South Australia. Apparently, she had acquired Byron's coach, because, when she returned to England a few years later, she left it behind. After her death in 1880, someone discovered it sitting in an outbuilding near a wayside inn at Lake Wangary, near Port Lincoln, where it was in a deteriorating but still fair state of preservation, with the scrolled crest reading "Crede Biron" still legible, and chickens nesting in its leather seats.'

Note that Mark Sever Bell named one of his daughters Ianthe. 
Harley, Lady Charlotte Mary (I2594)
 
936 Daugter of William

Wiliam was innholder and Freeman of London in 1922

She married secondly a Mr Shrubsole

Vault at St Mary Bredin

At St Mary Bredin (Canterbury) is a vault for Mrs Sarah Shrubsole also for Mrs Hannah R Hougham (her daughter in law married to son William) and Henry Hougham (her first husband) of Barton Court. 
Hunt, Sarah (I2170)
 
937 deaf and dumb Gill, Jane Taylor (I1863)
 
938 Deaf and dumb Gill, Walter George (I1734)
 
939 Death assumed because of birth of John George McLennan, Oswald Hubert (I4130)
 
940 Death certificate identifies her as the wife of Charles Royes, Windsor Estate, St Ann's, Jamaica.

In the family tradition it is held that Charles snr had an English wife 19 years his junior, that they had a son, that the son died at age 3 and she returned to England. So a possible scenario is that Caroline was Charles snr's wife, that Charles Hougham Royes is the son referred to and died in 1861. Note that Caroline's daughter was born about 1861 so we can further speculate that she returned to England because of the pregnancy or birth and a fear that this child might die in Jamaica. Was the daughter's illness the reason for her return?

If Caroline was Charles snr's wife then he had children before he married her, so he did not resort to his plantation partner/s as a result of his wife returning to England.

Note that we have subsequently discovered a bride to be identified as the only daughter of the Hon Charles Royes. She is named Caroline and would have been born about the time of the wife Caroline being in Jamaica. It seems reasonable to assume that she was a daughter of Charles and Caroline, and that "only daughter" means only living daughter. 
Turner, Caroline (I1785)
 
941 Death notice in Brisbane's Courier Mail indicates "formerly Darwin" Nowland, Clara May (I2654)
 
942 Death Register Index p1745 (Fiche) 1915/004306 Royes, Robert Luther (I1024)
 
943 Death registration has "Minna Elenora" Royes, Minea Adelaide (I6902)
 
944 DEATH. Cameron, Noel McLennan.-December 20, 1973, at hospital, of 45 Grosvenor Road, Wahroonga, loved husband of Flora, loved father of Beverley and Roslyn, brother of Nancy and Beth, son of Alfred and step-son of Jean, fond papa of Bruce and Ian. By request no flowers, donations to Cancer Research Foundation. Aged 59 years. Cameron, Noel McLennan (I2248)
 
945 DEATH. McLennan, Elizabeth Fitzsimmons.-May 20, 1968, at hospital, late of 22 Sutherland Street, Cabramatta (nee Parkes), formerly of Greenwell Point, Uralla and West Wallsend, dearly loved and loving wife of the late John George, dearly loved and loving mother and nana of her children and their families. In her 77th year. At rest. Parkes, Elizabeth Fitzsimons (I6926)
 
946 Death: Fell from horse Royes, Charles John (I886)
 
947 Dec qtr Weatherburn, Henry (I2059)
 
948 deceased at marriage of son Frederick Machin, Nathaniel Smith (I4205)
 
949 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Roy, P.R. (I846)
 
950 Deputy Lieutenant for Middlesex Tyssen, Francis (I3223)
 
951 described as minor (under 21) on marriage certificate Barclay, Alice Agnes (I1665)
 
952 Described as only daughter of Hon Charles John Royes in a record of her marriage Royes, Caroline Ada (I3555)
 
953 described as the seventh surviving daughter of the late Rev. W. J. Chesshyre, of Barton court, Kent Chesshyre, Alice (I6118)
 
954 described as “from Islandmagee” Long, Mary (I619)
 
955 Description
Name: Royes, George William
Official Number: 140679
Place of Birth: Saint Heliers Jersey
Date 05 September 1871
Catalogue reference ADM 188/196
Dept Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies
Series Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services
Piece 140501 - 141000

- The National Archives (UK) 
Royes, George William (I23)
 
956 Did she marry Alexander Henry in 1872 in Rockhampton? Royes, Anna Maria (I869)
 
957 Dido valley cemetery Russell, Samuel (I1108)
 
958 Dido valley cemetery Russell, James (I1092)
 
959 died aged 45 Ward, Ann (I3491)
 
960 Died as a Baby Grangel, Joseph (I3309)
 
961 died as infant Clements, Carlisle (I3135)
 
962 Died at 19 years old Young, Ellen (I5381)
 
963 Died during childhood, hence estimated year of death Hogan, John Joseph (I3244)
 
964 Died during surgery for tuberculosis Russell, Desmond O'Gorman (I1087)
 
965 died fighting against his brother-in-law Fulk Nerra, count of Anjou at the Battle of Conquereuil
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conan_I_of_Rennes 
Conan Duke of Brittany (I2579)
 
966 died of cancer aged 48 Royes, Captain Osman Mark Hougham (I4450)
 
967 Died when 18years old Grangel, Nicholas (I3311)
 
968 Died without male isue as he would have been next to inherit Barton Court Hougham, Richard (I2206)
 
969 died young Roy, Jane (I17)
 
970 died young but was still alive in March 1915 (when he was photographed.) Hogan, James G (I4621)
 
971 Discharged from Army Cameron, Edward (I3970)
 
972 District Macdonald River Bailey, Sarah Ismina May (I2023)
 
973 District Macdonald River Bailey, Newman Prosper (I2022)
 
974 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F311
 
975 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F803
 
976 dob based on age at migration Hawker, Edwin Theodore (I13)
 
977 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Park, R. (I160)
 
978 Does Doolbi = Dalby? Sneddon, Hazel Jean (I4239)
 
979 does not appear in 1851 census Russell, William (I4732)
 
980 Don't know what to make of this. The groom's name is distinctive though here it is "...Demith Harvey". But he is already married! And just a month earlier. It seems unlikely that we would have a "Leslie William Stephen Demuth" and a "Leslie William Steve Demith Harvey" married within a month Family F4404
 
981 Dot was born 21 September 1906. She died 16 March 1993 and was buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery,Washington DC (Plot 79325) Gorman, Dorothy Elizabeth (I4603)
 
982 Dr Walter Battershell Gill was an Entomologist who was tutored by the late Peter Bouchard, who died on expedition to Santa Marta in 1865. Dr Gill came into possession of Bouchard's Collecting Diary and retained it until at least 1874. Battersheell Gill's own collection of specimens was sold off in April 1886 but the Diary was not listed. References to it in The Entomolgist continued until 1897 but it is not known if the collection survived and, if so, its present location. Peter Bouchard's great great grandson is attempting to trace it - messages for him will be forwarded to him - use the Comments/Suggest tab. Gill, Walter Battershell (I1855)
 
983 dressmaker Royes, Annie Agatha Maria (I873)
 
984 dressmaker Royes, Eleanor Maude (I915)
 
985 drowned returning from Normandy to England when his ship 'The White Ship' sinks. All crew and passengers are drunk and the helmsman steers the ship onto rocks even though the sea is calm. Audelin, William (I468)
 
986 Drowned when 10 years old Grangel, William (I3310)
 
987 Duke of Normandy (1135-1144)
King of England (1135-1154)

Reigned 1135-1154. He siezed the throne from Matilda who invaded England in 1139. The civil war that followed proved him a brave soldier but revealed his lack of political sense. In 1152, after much of the country had been ravaged in factional fighting and the royal administration had broken down, Stephen recognized Matilda's son Henry as heir to the throne. Duke of Normandy 1135-1144, deposed. Duke of Blois, Count of Mortain, Count of Boulogne. -http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/PLANTAGENET.htm 
de Blois, Stephen King of England, Duke of Normandy (I1043)
 
988 during 'blitz' Hogan, Daniel Ignatius (I3239)
 
989 Dutch Church Tyssen, Mary (I1616)
 
990 Dutch Church Tyssen, Ridley (I1609)
 
991 Dutch Church Tyssen, Dorothy (I1598)
 
992 Dutch Church Tyssen, John (I1595)
 
993 Dutch Protestant Church Tyssen, Francis (I528)
 
994 dysentry Henry the Younger (I2725)
 
995 Ealal Place Family F2406
 
996 Ealal Place Whetenhall, William (I5869)
 
997 Earliest known Cover to arrive in St Ann, Jamaica Cover, John (I6105)
 
998 East Mains Weatherburn, William (I1915)
 
999 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Royes, G.G. (I940)
 
1000 Eastern Suburbs Crematorium [Higson], Naomi (I2252)
 

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