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Ancestors of Donald Albery Bone

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34. Edward George James4 STALLARD (child of Edward, #68);[235],[236] born circa 1815 at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England;[237],[238] baptized 14 Apr 1815 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; "of Sheet;"[239] married Ann Chalcraft (see #35), daughter of John Samuel Chalcraft and Eliza Grigg, 16 Jul 1837 at the parish church, Alverstoke, Co. Hampshire, England; by Banns, where Edward (23) was a bachelor and saddler, Ann (22) a spinster. Witnesses were Thomas Allen and Matilda Chalcraft;[240],[241] died 11 Mar 1898 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England.[242],[243]

"Edward jun., a Buriton boy" was apprenticed to Henry Hall (prob. carpenter) for £20 on 28 Aug 1829.[244],[245] In 1837, Edward George James Stallard and Ann Chalcraft lived at Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England, at their marriage.[246] He was a publican, probably with his father at the "Five Bells" between 1838 and 1840 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[247] In 1841, Edward paid tithes for his residence, a house and garden on Bone's Lane; an arable field, part of Lime Kiln Field; and the parchment yard and the house and garden immediately south of it on North Lane.[248] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~25) a harness maker, wife Ann (~25) and daughter Emma (4 mo.) were present. Also his sister Caroline Judd (~25), and her family John Judd (~25) a baker, Charles (3) and Charlotte (1) were present.[249],[250] He and Ann Chalcraft lived in 1841 at Bone's Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; with sister's family (Caroline & John Judd). Edward was called a harness maker, and John a baker. Their 17th century timber-frame house contained two cottages.[251],[252],[253] He was a collar maker, and a fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) between 1841 and 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[247] He was a harness maker in 1844 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[254],[255] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1851 at Cow Legs Lane, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (35) was a wool dealer, born in Sheet. Ann (36) of Emsworth, Kate (8), Fanny (6), Clara (4) and Ellen (2) were also present.[256],[257] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Sheet St., Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (45) a wool stapler born in Sheet, Ann (49) of Emsworth, Kate (18) , George (9) and servant Chester Pink were present.[258] He and Ann Chalcraft emigrated in 1867 to Ontario, Canada; where Edward (53) was a farmer, and Ann (56), Fanny (22) and George (13) were recorded as cabin passengers aboard S.S. Peruvian, which departed Liverpool 1 Aug 1867, arrived Quebec City 14 Aug 1867, from whence their family settled in Islington.[259],[260] He and Ann Chalcraft lived between 1868 and 1871 at lot 8, Con. A, Etobicoke Twp., Islington, York Co., Ontario, Canada; renting 13 acres from Captain Edward Jones of Yorkville. Edward G.J. was a butcher and drover.[261] On 23 Jul 1869, Edward purchased for five dollars a burial plot at St. George's church for son George.[262] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1871 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Edward (55) was a butcher, and Anne was present.[263] At some point Edward and Anne returned to England and lived in Winchcombe near their daughter Frances.[264] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1881 at Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward (67) farmed 45 acres, employing one boy. Ann (68) was also present.[265] He and Ann Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1891 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward G.J. (78) was a farmer, and Ann (81) and two servants were present.[266]

Children of Edward George James4 Stallard and Ann Chalcraft (see #35) were as follows:

  • i. Edward Lennox3 Stallard;[267],[267] born 16 Oct 1838 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[268] he may have died 20 Oct 1838.[269]

  • ii. Charlotte Elizabeth Stallard;[267],[267] born 6 Oct 1839 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[268] died circa Dec 1839 at Co. Hampshire, England.[270],[271]

  • iii. Emma Frances Stallard; born 3 Feb 1841;[272] christened 4 Jul 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[268] died 1843 at Co. Hampshire, England.[273],[274]

  • 17. iv. Kate Stallard.

  • v. Frances Frazier Stallard; born 29 Nov 1844 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[275] married James Henry Stephens 28 Jul 1868 at Saint Faith, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where James was recorded to be an accountant from Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, widower, son of Edward Stephens, and Francis' father Edward was a farmer;[276],[277],[278],[279] died 11 Sep 1942 at age 97.[280]

    Francis went to Canada with her parents, and returned to marry in Havant in 1868.[281] As of after 1880, she was also known as Aunt Fanny.[282] She and James Henry Stephens appeared on the census of 1881 at Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where James (46) was Superintendent Registrar Clerk to Guardians & Children, Francis (35), Kate (11), Henry W. (10), Frederick E. (7), John H. (5), Lennox S. (3), Albert G. (6 mos) were present, and also visitor Louina Hayward (11).[283] She and James Henry Stephens appeared on the census of 1891 at Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where James Henry (56) was clerk to the guardians etc., Francis Frazier (45), Kate (21), Henry M. (20) a law student, John Herring (15), Lennox Stallard (12), Albert George (10), Hilda Maud (5), and one servant were present.[284] She and James Henry Stephens appeared on the census of 1901 at 95 Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Frances (55), James (66) the superintendant registrar, clerk to union, and their children Henry W. (29) a solicitor, John H (24) an articled clerk (solicitor), Frances's mother Anne (90) was a widowed farmer's wife, and a servant Hannah Martin (21) were present.[285] She lived circa 1914 at Sunnyside, Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England.[286]

  • vi. Clara Stallard; christened 22 Oct 1847 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[268]

  • vii. Ellen Stallard; christened 6 Aug 1848 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[268] she may have died 1855.[287]

  • viii. George William Stallard; born 25 Jan 1852 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[242] died of heat exhaustion while driving sheep Jul 1869 at York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 17;[288] buried circa 23 Jul 1869 at St. George's On-The-Hill, plot 2, range 3 south, Islington, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[289]

    He emigrated circa 1868 to Ontario, Canada; with his parents.[259]

35. Ann4 CHALCRAFT (child of John, #70);[290],[291] baptized 4 Nov 1810 at Warblington Parish, Co. Hampshire, England;[292],[293],[294],[295] married Edward George James Stallard (see #34), son of Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman, 16 Jul 1837 at the parish church, Alverstoke, Co. Hampshire, England; by Banns, where Edward (23) was a bachelor and saddler, Ann (22) a spinster. Witnesses were Thomas Allen and Matilda Chalcraft;[240],[241] died 5 Nov 1910 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England, at age 100.[242],[296]

In 1837, Ann Chalcraft and Edward George James Stallard lived at Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England, at their marriage.[246] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~25) a harness maker, wife Ann (~25) and daughter Emma (4 mo.) were present. Also his sister Caroline Judd (~25), and her family John Judd (~25) a baker, Charles (3) and Charlotte (1) were present.[249],[250] She and Edward George James Stallard lived in 1841 at Bone's Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; with sister's family (Caroline & John Judd). Edward was called a harness maker, and John a baker. Their 17th century timber-frame house contained two cottages.[251],[252],[253] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1851 at Cow Legs Lane, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (35) was a wool dealer, born in Sheet. Ann (36) of Emsworth, Kate (8), Fanny (6), Clara (4) and Ellen (2) were also present.[256],[257] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Sheet St., Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (45) a wool stapler born in Sheet, Ann (49) of Emsworth, Kate (18) , George (9) and servant Chester Pink were present.[258] She and Edward George James Stallard emigrated in 1867 to Ontario, Canada; where Edward (53) was a farmer, and Ann (56), Fanny (22) and George (13) were recorded as cabin passengers aboard S.S. Peruvian, which departed Liverpool 1 Aug 1867, arrived Quebec City 14 Aug 1867, from whence their family settled in Islington.[259],[260] She and Edward George James Stallard lived between 1868 and 1871 at lot 8, Con. A, Etobicoke Twp., Islington, York Co., Ontario, Canada; renting 13 acres from Captain Edward Jones of Yorkville. Edward G.J. was a butcher and drover.[261] On 23 Jul 1869, Edward purchased for five dollars a burial plot at St. George's church for son George.[262] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1871 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Edward (55) was a butcher, and Anne was present.[263] At some point Edward and Anne returned to England and lived in Winchcombe near their daughter Frances.[264] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1881 at Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward (67) farmed 45 acres, employing one boy. Ann (68) was also present.[265] She and Edward George James Stallard appeared on the census of 1891 at Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Edward G.J. (78) was a farmer, and Ann (81) and two servants were present.[266] She appeared on the census of 1901 at 95 Gretton Rd., Winchcombe, Co. Gloucester, England; where Anne (90) was a widowed farmer's wife, in the home of her daughter Frances Stephens (55), and James Stephens (66) the superintendant registrar, clerk to union, and their children Henry W. (29) a solicitor, John H (24) an articled clerk (solicitor), and a servant Hannah Martin (21) were present.[297] On 30 Nov 1910, Winnifred Brereton sent a thank-you card to Mr. A. Bone (husband of Kate) concerning Ann's death, it is assumed: "Please accept sincere thanks for very kind sympathy." The post-mark indicates Ms. Brereton also lived in Toronto.[298]



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    36. John4 BAIN (child of John, #72);[299],[300] born 19 Mar 1827 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[301],[302],[303] christened 28 Mar 1827 at Dingwall Parish, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; son of John Bain and Isobel Macdonald;[304] married Christina Williamson (see #37) 11 Jul 1849 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where both resided in Dingwall;[305],[306] died 20 May 1871 at Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 44;[307],[308],[309] buried at East Nottawasaga Presbyterian Church cemetery, Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, "aged 43 yrs."[308]

    He appeared on the census of 1841 at Grant Lane, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (15) was a male servant in the home of John Cameron.[310] He and Christina Williamson appeared on the census of 1851 at High Street, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (23) was a carrier b. Dingwall, and Christy (24) b. Cromarty, John (2) and Isabela (1) were present.[311] He and Christina Williamson emigrated between 1856 and 1859 to British North America (Canada).[312] He and Christina Williamson appeared on the census of 1861 at Concession 5, Lot 24H, Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); an innkeeper, living in a 2-story frame house between Stayner and Duntroon, with a horse and cow valued at $100. John's religion was Free Church. John (35), Christina (36), Mary A. (9), Jemima (8), John (5), Donald (2) and Jane E. (1) were present. The last two children being Canadian born.[313] He and Christina Williamson appeared on the census of 1871 at Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; owning no real estate, vehicles or implements. John was listed as a Canadian Presbyterian, and Chrisena (44), Mary (19), Jamina (17), Donald (13) and Jane (11) were present.[314]

    Children of John4 Bain and Christina Williamson (see #37) were as follows:

    • i. John3 Bain;[315],[315] born circa 1849;[316] died before 1861.[317]

    • ii. Isabella Bain;[318],[318] born 10 Oct 1850 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[319] baptized 31 Dec 1850 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[320],[319] died it is assumed, as she is not found in any Canadian census with her family before 1861.[321]

    • iii. Mary Ann Bain;[322],[323],[322],[323] born 28 May 1852 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[319] baptized 30 Jul 1852 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[320],[319] married William Benjamin Palmer 22 Sep 1877 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where it was recorded Mary Ann resided in Toronto, was age 23, born in Inverness, Scotland, a Baptist, and daughter of John and Christina. Mr. Palmer was 31, born on Isle of Wight, England, was a bachelor, labourer, Church of England.[324]

      She and William Benjamin Palmer appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Lawrence Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Benjamin (40) a labourer and C of E, Mary Ann (27) Baptist and Scottish born, Thomas G. (7) were present.[325]

    • iv. Jemima Bain;[323],[322],[323],[322] born 2 Feb 1854 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[319] baptized 10 Mar 1854 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; name shown as Jamina.[320],[319]

      Jemima witnessed sister Mary Ann's marriage in Toronto.[326]

    • v. John Bain;[322],[322] born 21 Nov 1855 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[327],[328] died 11 Jul 1862 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), at age 6;[329] buried at East Nottawasaga Presbyterian Church cemetery, Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[330]

    • 18. vi. Donald Bain.

    • vii. Jane E Bain;[323],[322],[323],[322] born circa 1860 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[331]

      Little is known of Jane E. Bain.[332]

    37. Christina4 WILLIAMSON; born circa 1826 at Cromarty, Co. Cromarty, Scotland;[333],[334] married John Bain (see #36), son of John Bain and Isobel MacDonald, 11 Jul 1849 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where both resided in Dingwall;[305],[306] died of sarcoma. She was recorded as born in Scotland, Presbyterian, dead at age 76 [sic] 15 Sep 1893 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[335] buried at East Nottawasaga Presbyterian Church cemetery, Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, where age inscribed as 67 y.[308]

    She was also known as Chirsty.[336] She may appear on the census of 1841 at Cromarty, Co. Cromarty, Scotland; where Christian [sic], female (15), was an agricultural labourer born in county, lived with Donald WIlliamson (84), and several apparent kin who are lodgers, labourers, and a house keeper.[337] She and John Bain appeared on the census of 1851 at High Street, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (23) was a carrier b. Dingwall, and Christy (24) b. Cromarty, John (2) and Isabela (1) were present.[311] She and John Bain emigrated between 1856 and 1859 to British North America (Canada).[312] She and John Bain appeared on the census of 1861 at Concession 5, Lot 24H, Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); an innkeeper, living in a 2-story frame house between Stayner and Duntroon, with a horse and cow valued at $100. John's religion was Free Church. John (35), Christina (36), Mary A. (9), Jemima (8), John (5), Donald (2) and Jane E. (1) were present. The last two children being Canadian born.[313] She and John Bain appeared on the census of 1871 at Nottawasaga, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; owning no real estate, vehicles or implements. John was listed as a Canadian Presbyterian, and Chrisena (44), Mary (19), Jamina (17), Donald (13) and Jane (11) were present.[314] Between 1876 and 1877, Christina Williamson lived at 97 McGill, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; sharing with two others, and shown as the widow of John.[338] Between 1878 and 1881, Christina Williamson lived at 64 Elizabeth St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[339],[340] She appeared on the census of 1881 at St. John's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; as aged 60 years, Scottish, Presbyterian, widowed, with no occupation.[341] Between 1882 and 1883, Christina Williamson lived at 91 Victoria St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and was a seamstress.[342] She appeared on the census of 1891 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; adding she was 73, could read and write, both mother and father born in Scotland. Christina shared her accommodation with Thomas and Christine Clanison.[343]



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      38. Neil4 MCKENZIE; born between 1816 and 1822 at Scotland;[344],[345] married Mary McKenna, daughter of Patrick McKenna and Honora Flynn, 5 Nov 1844;[346] married Ellen Holland (see #39), daughter of Thomas Holland and Mary-Amelia Hayden, 26 Oct 1854 at St. Paul's, Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Neil McKenzie was vf (veuf, widower) from Gaspé Bay, Ellen Holland was ths. (of Thomas) of Douglastown;[347],[348] died aged 51 years 22 Feb 1867 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada;[349],[350],[351] buried 25 Feb 1867 at St. Paul's Cemetery, Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada.[352],[353]

      He probably emigrated before 1840 to Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); from Scotland.[354],[355] He witnessed baptisms of Margaret McFadden (1840) whose mother was a Mckenzie, Robert Mckenzie (1842), Flora Mckenzie daughter of Alexander (1843), each Anglican. Other McKenzie families lived in the area: Duncan Mckenzie, fisherman & Catherine of Gaspé Bay, (possible brother of) Alexander Mckenzie & Margaret McAlister of Cape Ruze, and others: Donald Mckenzie, Mary Mckenzie, and Flora Mckenzie between 1840 and 1843 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[356] He claimed a free land grant of Lots - N.W. half of 5, Range 1, 100 acres in 1853 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[357] He lived in Oct 1854 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[358] He and Ellen Holland appeared on the census of 1861 at concession 1, lot 2, Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Neil (39) was a farmer, born Scotland, and married 1855, with "Mrs" (24), John (16), Ellen (13), Patrick (11), James (9), William (5), Thomas (4), and Mary (2) all born Gaspé, and Roman Catholic. The family lived in a one-story dwelling on 270 acres, 25 acres was improved. The family produced wheat, oats, potatoes, hay, wood, butter, pork and salted fish.[359],[360],[361]

      Children of Neil4 McKenzie and Ellen Holland (see #39) were as follows:

      • i. Thomas3 McKenzie;[362],[362] born between 1856 and 1857 at Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[363] married Mary Shea 20 Jul 1892 at St. Micheal's Cathedral, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas was recorded as 35, son of Neil McKenzie and Ellen Holland, and was a labourer. Mary Shea was 30, and daughter of Thomas Shea and Briget Malone, and the sister of William's wife Ellen;[364] died of pneumonia, having suffered 2 years 7 Mar 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[365],[366]

        He and William McKenzie appeared on the census of 1881 at St Lawrence Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (24) and brother Thomas (22) were teamsters of Scottish descent and Catholic, born in Quebec, and living with the family of James Myles.[367] In 1896, Thomas McKenzie and Mary Shea lived at 40 Lippincot St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Thomas was a painter, for birth of daughter Florence.[368] In 1901, Thomas McKenzie lived at 247 Euclid Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[369]

      • ii. William McKenzie;[362],[362] born 15 Oct 1856 at Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[370],[371]

        He and Thomas McKenzie appeared on the census of 1881 at St Lawrence Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (24) and brother Thomas (22) were teamsters of Scottish descent and Catholic, born in Quebec, and living with the family of James Myles.[367] He and Ellen Shea appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (39) was an express driver, and Ellen (43), Mary (14), John (9), Kate (7), Rosie (5) were present, Catholic.[372]

      • 19. iii. Mary McKenzie.

      • iv. Amelia McKenzie;[373],[374] born circa 1864 at Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[375]

        Amelia was witness to brother William's marriage in 1886, Toronto.[376]

      • v. Alexander McKenzie;[373],[374] born circa 1867 at Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[377]

      39. Ellen4 HOLLAND (child of Thomas, #78);[378],[379] born 22 Sep 1834 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where birth name shown as Helena;[380],[381] married Neil McKenzie (see #38) 26 Oct 1854 at St. Paul's, Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Neil McKenzie was vf (veuf, widower) from Gaspé Bay, Ellen Holland was ths. (of Thomas) of Douglastown.[347],[348]

      She lived before 26 Oct 1854 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[382] She and Neil McKenzie appeared on the census of 1861 at concession 1, lot 2, Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Neil (39) was a farmer, born Scotland, and married 1855, with "Mrs" (24), John (16), Ellen (13), Patrick (11), James (9), William (5), Thomas (4), and Mary (2) all born Gaspé, and Roman Catholic. The family lived in a one-story dwelling on 270 acres, 25 acres was improved. The family produced wheat, oats, potatoes, hay, wood, butter, pork and salted fish.[359],[360],[361] She appeared on the census of 1871 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where Ellen was a Roman Catholic widow of Irish descent, the children were Scottish. They appear to live on the same land as in 1861 (75 acres in con. 1, plus 280 acres in total estate), and they also produced 5 yards of flannel per year. Patrick (Neil's son from previous marriage, age 22) was a labourer.[383] Between 1877 and 1880, Ellen Holland lived at 17 St. Nicholas St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; sharing with several others, and recorded as the widow of Neil.[384] Ellen Holland's fate is unknown. Her last appearance was in Toronto in 1880.[385]



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        64. Thomas5 READING; married Sarah Dicker 12 Nov 1792 at Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England;[386] buried 13 Apr 1831 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[387]

        There was a Thomas Reading recorded in a marriage to Sarah Dicker in Froyle, 12 Nov 1792. It appears they had five children in Buriton: Hannah, Frances, George, John and James Reading; and that they were in Petersfield by 1809.[388],[389] He was living in 1793 at Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England.[390] He and Ann Bone were associated in 1793; and had a child out of wedlock, Thomas Reading Bone, born 14 Jul 1793.[391]

        Children of Thomas5 Reading and Ann Bone (see #65) were:

        65. Ann5 BONE (child of John, #130);[392],[393] christened 7 Mar 1768 at St. Mary's Upper Froyle, Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England;[394],[395] died Jun 1805 at age 37;[396] buried 9 Jun 1805 at St. Mary's Upper Froyle, Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England, aged 37.[397]

        She and Thomas Reading were associated in 1793; and had a child out of wedlock, Thomas Reading Bone, born 14 Jul 1793.[391]



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          66. James5 ALBERY (child of George, #132);[398],[399] likely born 25 May 1754 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[400],[401] likely baptized 12 Jun 1754 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[402],[401] he and Elizabeth Forster obtained a marriage license 13 Feb 1786; where James (30) bachelor of Petersfield, was a maltster, Elizabeth (21) a spinster of Clanfield;[403] married Frances Poling (see #67) 1 Aug 1790 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[404],[405]

          There were two James Alberys in Petersfield at this time.[406] He was a maltster between 1823 and 1830 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[407],[408]

          Children of James5 Albery and Frances Poling (see #67) all born at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, were as follows:

          • i. Frances4 Albery; born 25 Aug 1791;[172],[227] baptized 21 Sep 1791 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[227] died 1838;[409] buried 30 Nov 1838 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "of Kingston, age 46."[402]

          • 33. ii. Elizabeth Albery.

          • iii. Martha Albery; born 13 Dec 1794;[227] baptized 14 Jan 1795 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[172],[227]

          • iv. James Albery; born 10 Oct 1796;[172],[227] baptized 5 Nov 1796 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[227]

          • v. Harriet Albery; born 25 Jul 1799;[227] christened 21 Aug 1799 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[172],[227] married Thomas Pitt 25 Dec 1833 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; witness was Martha Ann Albery.[410],[411]

          • vi. George Albery; born 22 Dec 1801;[227] baptized 20 Jan 1802 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[172],[227] died Mar 1802;[412] buried 20 Mar 1802 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "son of James."[242],[413]

          • vii. Mary Ann Albery;[414],[414] born 5 Jan 1803;[227] baptized 4 Feb 1803 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[227]

          • viii. Sarah Albery;[414],[414] born 14 Oct 1804;[227] baptized 23 Nov 1804 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[227] died Dec 1804;[415] buried 24 Dec 1804 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "daughter of James and Francis."[413]

          67. Frances5 POLING; born between 1759 and 1776;[416] married James Albery (see #66), son of George Albery and Anne Foster, 1 Aug 1790 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[404],[405] died Jan 1805 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[417] buried 7 Jan 1805 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "wife of James."[413]


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