William Orme Handy

(circa 1829 - 22 October 1899)
     William Orme Handy was born circa 1829. His parentage is assumed.. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Mary Farrington Middleton.
     William was educated between 1857 and 1858 in Queen's College, Galway. In the Agriculture Faculty.
     William died on 22 October 1899 in 'Glencarn', Ardcarn, Boyle RD, Roscommon.
     His will was proved on 19 June 1900 in Tuam, Galway, Ireland. Admon (with will) of William Orme Handy, late of Glencarne, co. Roscommon, esq died 22 October 1899, granted at Tuam to Charles Burton, farmer, the nephew. Effects £54/10/-.

William Orme Handy

(before March 1840 - before 6 November 1889)
     William Orme Handy was born before March 1840 in New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. He was the son of Samuel Handy and Anna Townsend. Mary, John, William, Samuel, Charles, Annie, Fleming and Emily were listed as the children of Samuel Handy in the 1851 census in 30 King St, Liverpool, Lancashire.
     William matriculated at Queens College, Galway, in 1858. He matriculated in the 1857-8 Session and studied Agriculture.
     William Orme Handy appeared on the 1881 census in 3 Alexandra Terrace, Liscard, Cheshire. William Handy, aged 42, unmarried, was a lodger with Mary Vaughan & Emily Dewhirst. He was a book keeper (commercial clerk). He was born at New...., Wexford, Ireland.
     William's death was registered in the quarter ending before 6 November 1889 in Wallasey SD, Birkenhead RD, Cheshire. He was buried on 6 November 1889 in St Hillary, Wallasey, Cheshire.

William Trougher Handy

(circa 1831 - 23 October 1875)
     William Trougher Handy was born circa 1831. He was the son of John Trougher Handy and Catherine Newman.
     William died on 23 October 1875 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

William Wesley Handy

(circa 1841 - )
     William died in Williamson county, Tennessee, USA. He was born circa 1841 in Tennessee, USA. He was the son of Thomas Kingston Handy and Mariah Louise Henderson.
     Edward M. Crutcher Bond, Williamson Co, Tn.
Know all men by these presents, that we Edward M. Crutcher & Deddrick R. Crutcher are held and firmly bound unto L. B. McCowicco? Chairman of the County Court for the County of Williamson, in the State of Tennessee, and his successors in office, in the sum of One Thousand Sixty Seven 70/100 dollars, which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 17 day of October 1856.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That whereas, the said Edward M. Crutcher in right of his wife Mariah L. late Mariah L. Handy & as guardian for John H. Handy has received from hte Clerk of the Williamson County Court, agreeably to the order of said court at the term, 1856 Five hundred & thirty three /10100 dollars there distributive share of the balance found due against ______? H. Figuers the administrator of the extate of Elizabeth Eaton deceased, upon settlement with the Clerk of said Williamson County Court. Now if the said Edward M. Crutcher & John H. Handy shall well and truly pay and refund their ratable part of any debt or debts truly owing by the deceased, on which may be hereafter sued for and recovered, or otherwise duly made to appear, then this obligation to be void; else to be and remain in full force and virtue.
E. M. Crutcher
E. M Crutcher, as Guardian J. H. Handy

Mary Hanlan

     Mary Hanlan married Edward Handy before 1804.

Child of Mary Hanlan and Edward Handy

Annie Hanlon

(8 February 1842 - 28 November 1921)
     Annie Hanlon was born on 8 February 1842 in Kilkenny, Ireland. Annie came to Australia as an assisted immigrant on the ‘General Caulfield’, landing in Moreton Bay 8th September 1864.
     Annie Hanlon married James William Phillips, son of William Thomas Phillips and Mary Anne Lyons, on 25 November 1867 in Donnybrook, Maranoa, Queensland. They married on 25th November 1867 according to later birth certificates.
James and Annie appear to have had 13 children, although there is some confusion about the first three.
Mabel Alice ( IGI) is said to have been born at ‘Dykehead Station’ in Dec 1869 /70 although there does not appear to be birth registration this. There is a ‘Dykehead Station’ listed west of Maryborough, near Mundubberra. She married James William Thygesen 6th June 1887 at ‘Bona Vista’ Walla and died 21 Jan 1943.
Mary Ann is registered as born at ‘Jindah’ 25 Dec 1870, there does not appear to be any further information re Mary Ann. This appears to be in the same area as ‘Dykehead Station’, is it possible that Mary Ann and Mabel Alice are one and the same?
This appears to be in the same area as ‘Dykehead Station’, is it possible that Mary Ann and Mabel Alice are one and the same?
May Lydia Phillips does not appear to have birth registration either, but is said to have been born 27 November 1871 in Maryborough. At the time of her marriage to John Charles Wood she was said to be ‘the second daughter of J W Phillips Esq’.
Other children of James William and Annie were:
William James b 29 Nov 1872 d 25 November 1875
Effie Isabel b30 October 1874 d 20 February 1876
Alfred James b 8 September 1876 m Charlotte Bridget Simcock 29 April 1908
Un-named female b15 May 1878. This is probably Catherine Isabella (Kitty) who married Daniel Joseph O’Regan 24 May 1905.
Bridget Maude (Maude) b 4 May 1880 m 1 John Henry Hendy 27 September 1905
2 Alexander O’Connel 1950, d October 1961
Virgil Lyons b 1 May 1882 m Christina Irwin 30 April 1913
William Percival b 19 May 1884 d 8 Feb 1885
Edward John b 11 February 1886 d 8 Jul 1886
Annie b 4 March 1887 m Charles James McWalters 15 February 1911
Margaret Phillips b 8 March d 28 March 1889.
Mary Anne Phillips was registered as born at ‘Jindah’which appears to be a property or locality on the Mary River west of Maryborough.
He was also listed as a landholder and publican .
He purchased a property ‘BonaVista’ at Walla 1883 and later resided there.
Mabel Alice (IGI) was married at ‘Bona Vista’ in 1887 and Margaret was born there in 1888. I believe there is a gravestone for her on the property which would suggest they still lived there when she died in March 1889.
In 1897, at the time of May Lydia’s marriage the family home was ‘ ‘Cuba Plantation’ Burnett River’, and James William was described as a sugar planter. ‘Cuba’ in 1988, had been described as having 70 acres under cane, under a prior owner.
A JW Phillips was the licensee of the ‘Doolbi’ hotel in Childers from 1898 to1904.
I am not sure if this is our James William. In June 1905, James William became the licensee of the ‘ Railway Hotel’ in Bundaberg and held the license June 1912.
In other notes it also says that he was the licensee of the ‘North Bundaberg Hotel’ in 1918 and that he owned Phillips Cordials which was managed by his son Virgil. ( B’berg and District Pioneers).
     Annie died at the home of her daughter Kitty O’Regan on 28 November 1921 in Childers, Queensland, aged 79.

Children of Annie Hanlon and James William Phillips

Eliza Hann

     Eliza Hann married Samuel Ruby as his second wife, in St John's, Newfoundland.

Ann Sarah Hannaford

(2 July 1872 - )
     She was a spinster.. Ann Sarah Hannaford was born on 2 July 1872 in Duffield, Derbyshire, England. She was the daughter of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Ann Sarah Hannaford was christened in Abbotskerswell, Devon.

Arthur Mews Hannaford

(30 September 1850 - 27 May 1925)
     Arthur Mews Hannaford was born on 30 September 1850 in Abbotskerswell, Devon.
     Arthur Mews Hannaford married Dinah Ruby, daughter of George Ruby and Ann Sergeant, on 30 September 1871.
     Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby appeared on the 1891 census. Arthur Hannaford aged 40?, architect & surveyor, employee, born Chelsea, London; Dinah wife aged 41, born Abbotskerswell; Ann S, aged 18, born Duffield, Derbyshire; Louisa A aged 17 scholar, born Duffield; Ethel C aged 12, ditto; Arthur R aged 8, ditto; Dinah aged 1, ditto. Arthur as a rail architect.
     Arthur died on 27 May 1925 in Derbyshire aged 74. He was buried after 27 May 1925 in Uttoxeter Rd cemetery, Derby.

Children of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby

Arthur Ruby Hannaford

(19 November 1882 - 27 January 1961)
     Arthur Ruby Hannaford was commonly known as Bob. He was born on 19 November 1882 in Duffield, Derbyshire, England. He was the son of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Arthur was an engineer. He worked for the Grand Trunk Railway as a civil engineer on the building of the bridge across the St Lawrence River at Coteau Landing. After his marriage they moved to Toronto with the railway where he worked on the grade separation at Sunnyside. Then he moved to Hamilton as division engineer. In 1921 he joined the Hamilton City Engineer's Department. After the disastrous Moose Hall fire in 1944 he was appointed Building Commissioner, which he held until his retirement in 1952. He was a life member of the Engineering Institute of Canada, a member of the Building Officials Conference of America. [Dorothy Turcotte, 1987].
     Arthur Ruby Hannaford arrived in 1909 at Canada.
     Arthur Ruby Hannaford married Ann Briggs on 22 March 1911 in England.
     Arthur died on 27 January 1961 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, aged 78. He was buried after 27 January 1961 in St Luke's churchyard, Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

Child of Arthur Ruby Hannaford and Ann Briggs

Blanche Dinah Hannaford

(27 October 1889 - 1 January 1973)
     Blanche Dinah Hannaford was also known as Dinah Blanche Hannaford in records. She was born on 27 October 1889 in Harrington Street, Derby, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Blanche Dinah Hannaford was christened in Abbotskerswell, Devon.
     Blanche Dinah Hannaford married Dudley William Sanford on 18 January 1919 in St James, Derby, Derbyshire.
     Blanche died on 1 January 1973 in Derby, Derbyshire, aged 83. She was buried after 1 January 1973 in St Peter's churchyard, Littleover.

Child of Blanche Dinah Hannaford and Dudley William Sanford

Ethel Elizabeth Hannaford

(1 April 1879 - 9 August 1956)
     Ethel Elizabeth Hannaford was born on 1 April 1879 in Duffield, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Ethel Elizabeth Hannaford was christened on 22 August 1880 in Abbotskerswell, Devon.
     Ethel died on 9 August 1956 in Derby, Derbyshire, aged 77. She was a spinster.

Eugenia Cranston Hannaford

(3 May 1876 - 1 August 1882)
     Eugenia Cranston Hannaford was born on 3 May 1876 in Duffield, Derbyshire, England. She was the daughter of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Eugenia Cranston Hannaford was christened on 22 October 1876 in Abbotskerswell, Devon.
     Eugenia died on 1 August 1882 in Derby, Derbyshire, England, aged 6. She was buried in Uttoxeter Rd cemetery, Derby, Derbyshire.

Louisa Adelaide Hannaford

(19 March 1874 - 3 May 1947)
     Called Aunt Marmalade by Peggy Larkham on annual childhood visits to Abbotskerswell. She was a spinster.. Louisa Adelaide Hannaford was commonly known as Adelaide. She was born on 19 March 1874 in Duffield, Derbyshire, England. She was the daughter of Arthur Mews Hannaford and Dinah Ruby. Louisa Adelaide Hannaford was christened in Duffield, DBY, ENG.
     Louisa died on 3 May 1947 in Abbotskerswell, Devon, aged 73. She was buried in Abbotskerswell.

Mary Dinah Hannaford

(25 June 1914 - 1 October 2011)
     Mary Dinah Hannaford was born on 25 June 1914 in Canada. She was the daughter of Arthur Ruby Hannaford and Ann Briggs.
     Mary Dinah Hannaford lived at Campbellville, Ontario, Canada.
     Mary died on 1 October 2011 in Groves Community Hospital aged 97. Mary Dinah (Hannaford) Phillips died last Saturday, October 1st at Groves Community Hospital, Fergus, Ontario. She was born in 1914, so was 97 years old.

Margaret Hannahan

(before 1833 - )
     Margaret Hannahan married Michael Colbert. Margaret Hannahan was born before 1833.

Child of Margaret Hannahan and Michael Colbert

Anne Hannan

(circa 1810 - 11 November 1855)
     Anne Hannan was born circa 1810.
     Anne Hannan married Dr Samuel Handy Halahan, son of John Halahan and Mary Handy, in 1831 in Dublin, Ireland. Anne Hannan was buried on 11 November 1855 in St Paul, Dublin.
     Anne died on 11 November 1855 in 'Gulistan', Upper Mt Pleasant Ave, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Mary Halahan on 20 December 1873 Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Anne Halahan otherwise Hannan, late of Gulistan, Upper Mt Pleasant Ave., co. Dublin, widow, who died 11 November 1855 at same, were granted to Mary Dowse (wife of Richard Henry Dowse, Esq., of Killeen House, Mageny, Queens co.) the daughter of the deceased. Effects under £600.

Children of Anne Hannan and Dr Samuel Handy Halahan

Elsie Gertrude Hannan

(1891 - 22 May 1982)
     Elsie Gertrude Hannan was born in 1891.
     Elsie Gertrude Hannan married William Ruby, son of Richard Henry Ruby and Mary Ann Monk, in 1915 in Donnybrook, Western Australia.
     Elsie died on 22 May 1982 in Como, Western Australia.

Children of Elsie Gertrude Hannan and William Ruby

Dagmar E Hansen

(1890 - 29 January 1957)
     Dagmar E Hansen was born in 1890 in California, USA. She was the daughter of Edward Hansen and Mary Jane Ross.
     Dagmar E Hansen married Clarence E Vollman in 1911.
     Dagmar died on 29 January 1957 in Sacramento, California, USA. She was buried in the East Lawn cemetery, Sacramento.

Child of Dagmar E Hansen and Clarence E Vollman

Dorthea Hansen

( - 1923)
     Dorthea Hansen married Andreas Jens Peter Daugaard. Dorthea Hansen was born in Hornstrup?, Velje, Denmark.
     Dorthea Hansen were recorded on the in 1890 census in Hornstrup, Norvang, Velje, Denmark. N.A.Daugaard 50 Gift Husfader Gaardejer Pjedsted; Mette Marie Hansen 46 Gift Husmoder Skjærup; Marie Daugaard 21 Ugift Barn Hornstrup; Dortea Hansine Daugaard 16 Ugift Barn Hornstrup; Hans Madsen Daugaard 13 Ugift Barn Hornstrup; Laust Peter Laursen 30 Ugift Tjenestetyende Karl Hornstrup; Marius Ravn 18 Ugift Tjenestetyende Karl Hornstrup; Birte Marie Jensen 24 Ugift Tjenestetyende Pige Jælling.
     Dorthea died in 1923.

Children of Dorthea Hansen and Andreas Jens Peter Daugaard

Edward Hansen

(May 1843 - 1900)
     Edward Hansen was born in May 1843 in Denmark.
     Edward Hansen married Mary Jane Ross, daughter of John Ross and Mary Tindal, on 2 April 1885 in Sonoma County, California, USA.
     Edward died in 1900 in Sacramento, California, USA. He was buried in the East Lawn cemetery, Sacramento.

Child of Edward Hansen and Mary Jane Ross

Bridget Hansom

(before 1590 - )
     Bridget Hansom was born before 1590.
     Bridget Hansom married William Popplewell on 23 September 1605 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire.

Dora Elizabeth Hanson

(1 March 1902 - 2 March 1972)
     Dora Elizabeth Hanson was born on 1 March 1902 in Polwarth, Surrey, England.
     Dora Elizabeth Hanson married Frederick Oswald Pollard, son of Thomas William Pollard and Alice Bland, on 1 October 1919 in Bonshaw, New South Wales. Dora Elizabeth Hanson was confirmed on 8 July 1930 in All Saints, Texas, Queensland. She received First Communion on 24 August 1930.
     Dora died on 2 March 1972 in Toowoomba, Queensland, aged 70. She was cremated after 2 March 1972.

Children of Dora Elizabeth Hanson and Frederick Oswald Pollard

John Hanson

(say 1620 - )
     John Hanson was born say 1620 in Hill Top near, Thurgoland, Yorkshire.
     John Hanson married Mary Rich, daughter of John Rich and Ellen Wilson. This is possibly confused with Mary the daughter of William Rich - see his will of 1648..

Aubrey de Harcourt

(circa 1135 - 1205)
     She was the co-heir of William Peverel of Bourn, co. Cambridge.
de Harcourt, Albreda - "Daughter of Roland de Harcourt… Wife of William II Trussebut"
de Harcourt, Ivo. "…he left…a daughter Albreda (b.c.1120), wife of William II Trussebut." Two different fathers given for Albreda
. Aubrey de Harcourt was also known as Albreda in records. She was born circa 1135. Ivo is also given as her father. She was the daughter of Rollo de Harcourt and Roese Peverell.
     Aubrey de Harcourt married William Trussebut Lord of Warter, son of William Trussebut and unknown Pain.
     Aubrey died in 1205.

Children of Aubrey de Harcourt and William Trussebut Lord of Warter

Rollo de Harcourt

     Rollo de Harcourt was also known as Roland de Harcourt in records.
     Rollo de Harcourt married Roese Peverell, daughter of William Peverell.

Child of Rollo de Harcourt and Roese Peverell

Mary Hardgrave

(before 1710 - )
     Mary Hardgrave was born before 1710 in Yorkshire, England.
     Mary Hardgrave married John Ryther on 31 March 1730 in St Michael-le-Belfry, York, Yorkshire. John Ryther of St Olave parish & Mary Hardgrave of this parish.

Elizabeth Harding

(19 December 1847 - )
     Elizabeth Harding was born on 19 December 1847 in Nantwhich, Cheshire.
     Elizabeth Harding married Robert Ramsey, son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday, on 5 August 1878 in Christ Church, Bexley Heath, Kent.

Children of Elizabeth Harding and Robert Ramsey

Thomas Hardy

(circa 1745 - )
     Thomas Hardy was born circa 1745.
     Thomas Hardy married Catherine Popplewell, daughter of Robert Popplewell and Mary Burkitt, on 3 July 1769 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.

William Hardy

     William Hardy married Mary Steer, daughter of Robert Steer and Elizabeth Senior?, on 21 September 1643 in Darley. She may have died before 1661.
     In Robert Steer's will dated 13 June 1661 in Darley, Derbyshire, William Hardy was named as heir; Robert Steer of Stancliffe in the parish of Darley, co. Derby, yeoman. Revoking all former wills. To be buried in the parish church of Darley.
To my son Richard Steere 12d.
To my sister Dorothy Shore an annuity of 40/- to be paid to her by my executor at Whitsuntide and Martinmas.
To Thomas Millward 20/-.
To Margrett Smith 40/-.
To my daughter Katherne Redferne and to my son-in-law William Hardye, each 12d.
To each of my grandchildren 12d.
To the minister who shall officiate at my funeral 10/-.
Residue of my goods and chattels and all my messuages, cottages, lands and tenements to my eldest son John Steere, his heirs and assigns forever and I make him sole executor.
Witnesses: Peter Barker, John Wheeldon, Thomas Dawes, Katerne Redferne, William Supper, Rc. Caulton.