Edwin M Frances

     Edwin M Frances married Beatrice Louise Dempster, daughter of Percival Wilkes Dempster and Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean, between July 1912 and September 1912 in Rochford RD.

Elizabeth Frances

(before 1610 - 9 January 1665/66)
     Elizabeth Frances was born before 1610 in Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Frances married William Noble, son of Rev William Noble and Catherine Newcome, on 21 June 1627 in Depden, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Frances made a will dated 12 May 1665 in Gt Livermere. Beneficiaries to her will dated 12 May 1665, were her son John who was bequeathed her house wherin she now dwells, together with the orchard and croft adjacent, to have and to hold during the remainder of his natural life and after his decease she gives and bequeaths the said house and ground appointments to William Noble her grandson (then aged 3), son of the said John Noble, and his heirs forever; son Richard was bequeathed the two crofts or Pightles in Gt Livermere called Slitts Pightle and the other, Clynt Pightle, to him and his heirs forever; to her daughter Elizabeth she bequeathed the piece of land in Gt Livermere known as the Bird Croft, also all her goods and hold stuff in the kitchen chamber and all that is in the closets there. She also gave her dwelling in the chamber, with free ingress for as long as she wills. The remainder was to be equally shared between William, her grandson, and Richard her son, with Richard to be sole executor. Her daughter-in-law Elizabeth (John's wife) had recently died.
     Her will was proved in September 1665?.
     Elizabeth was buried on 9 January 1665/66 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. Elizabeth Noble, widow. An inventory of her estate was dated on 31 January 1665/66 Her household goods and items in the barn were valued at £7/14/-.

Children of Elizabeth Frances and William Noble

Urich Frances

     Urich Frances married Mary Ann Grimwood, daughter of George Grimwood and Harriett Hill, on 22 February 1862 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.

Beatrice Ann La B Francis

(5 October 1914 - before 18 July 1984)
     Beatrice Ann La B Francis was born on 5 October 1914 in England.
     The marriage of Beatrice Ann La B Francis and Reginald John Ruby, son of Frederick Ruby and Elizabeth Heathman, was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the December 1936 quarter.
     Beatrice died before 18 July 1984 in Newton Abbot RD Devon. She was buried on 18 July 1984 in the Cemetery, Teignmouth.

Child of Beatrice Ann La B Francis and Reginald John Ruby

Esther Francis

(4 May 1716 - 8 May 1747)
     Esther Francis was born on 4 May 1716.
     Esther Francis married William Noble, son of William Noble and Sarah Rumbelow, on 15 June 1736 in Diss, Norfolk.
     Esther died on 8 May 1747 in Diss, Norfolk, aged 31.

Children of Esther Francis and William Noble

Deborah Franke

(31 July 1654 - before 8 January 1739/40)
     Deborah Franke was christened on 31 July 1654 in Pontefract, Yorkshire.
     Deborah Franke married Robert Ryther, son of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion, in 1681 in Rossington, Yorkshire.
     Grace Lady Carteret, widow, dowager and administratrix of Geo. late Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes. v. Deborah Ryther, widow.: Manor of "Epworth with Westwood in Haxey, in the Isle of Axholme, in the coy of Lincoln," lately belonging to the plaintiff's husband Geo. Lord Carteret. Touching the lands in said manor held by defendant, lately belonging to her husband Robt. Ryther, agent, steward, or receiver for the late Lord Carteret's rents, and formerly in the possession of Robt. Ryther, father of said husband, and held by him of Sir Geo. Carteret, grandfather of said Geo. Lord Carteret. Also touching the discharge from his said office of said Robt. Ryther, and the accounts of his stewardship given in by him. Arrears of rents, duties, and services alleged to be due from defendant and her late husband, &c., &c.: Lincoln [circa 1709].
     Grace Lady Carteret, widow, dowager and administratrix of Geo. late Lord Carteret, Baron of Hawnes. v. Deborah Ryther, widow.: Manor of "Epworth with Westwood in Haxey, in the Isle of Axholme, in the coy of Lincoln," lately belonging to the plaintiff's husband Geo. Lord Carteret. Touching the lands in said manor held by defendant, lately belonging to her husband Robt. Ryther, agent, steward, or receiver for the late Lord Carteret's rents, and formerly in the possession of Robt. Ryther, father of said husband, and held by him of Sir Geo. Carteret, grandfather of said Geo. Lord Carteret. Also touching the discharge from his said office of said Robt. Ryther, and the accounts of his stewardship given in by him. Arrears of rents, duties, and services alleged to be due from defendant and her late husband, &c., &c.: Lincoln.
     She was mentioned in her nephew Robert Frank's will of 1737.
     Deborah Franke made a will dated 9 August 1739 in Lincoln. I Deborah Ryther of the Close of Lincoln, widow, being in tolerable health ... to be buried at Belton nigh my deceased husband. Item I give my silver tankard to the use of the communion table at Belton ... my niece Elizabeth, widow of Wm Scrimshire ... cousons John Franks of Caistor ... [no mention of Rythers]
     Deborah died before 8 January 1739/40 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 8 January 1739/40 in Belton.
     Her will was proved on 12 May 1740 at Lincoln.

Margaret Franke

     Margaret Franke was born. She was the daughter of Nicholas Franke of Alwoodley. Margaret Franke was also known as Agnes in records.
     Margaret Franke married William Gascoigne, son of William Gascoigne (of Gawthorpe) and Elizabeth Bolton.

Child of Margaret Franke and William Gascoigne

Florence Sarah Franki

( - 1943)
     Florence Sarah Franki married Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster, son of Richard Alfred Dempster and Louisa MacKenzie, on 2 June 1897 in Balmain, New South Wales. The marriage of the Rev. Hubert A. Dempster, of Warren, New South Wales, and Miss Florence Franki, second daughter of Mr. J. P. Franki, managing director of Mort's Dock and Engineering Company, Limited, took place in St. Mary's Anglican Church, Balmain, on Wednesday afternoon, 2nd instant. The Bishop of Bathurst (Dr. Camidge) officiated, and was assisted by the Rev. H. Maclean, of Katoomba. The bride was attired in a long trained gown of white duchesse satin, her em- broidered tulle veil was worn over a wreath of orange-blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of choice bridal flowers, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by five bridesmaids— the Misses Connie, Laura, and Ruby Franki, sisters of the bride, the other two being nieces of the bridegroom, Misses Dorothea Cameron and Rita Davison. The three former wore cream muslin over satin, with folded waistbelts and collars of cream satin, with which they wore black hats trimmed with yel- low roses, and carried shower bouquets of yellow and white flowers.
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     Florence Sarah Franki and Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster travelled to London, on 2 August 1924 per the "Morea". They embarked in Penang, Hubert A Dempster, clerk in Holy Orders, aged 53, and his wife Florence S aged 52, as first class passengers.
     Florence died in 1943 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Anne Frankland

(26 June 1597 - )
     Anne Frankland was christened on 26 June 1597 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Anne Frankland

(18 October 1592 - )
     Anne Frankland was christened on 18 October 1592 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Barbary Frankland

(16 April 1661 - 5 August 1662)
     Barbary Frankland was born on 16 April 1661 in Bishop Auckland, Durham, England. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     Barbary died on 5 August 1662 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire, aged 1.

Bridget Frankland

(10 March 1588 - )
     Bridget Frankland was christened on 10 March 1588 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Dorothy Frankland

(7 October 1599 - )
     Dorothy Frankland was christened on 7 October 1599 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Elizabeth Frankland (Hill)

(25 August 1664 - 20 June 1730?)
     She married one of her father's scholars, Andrew Hill, Clerk, of Newcastle uponTyne. She was widowed by 1726.. Elizabeth Frankland (Hill) was born on 25 August 1664 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     In Rev Richard Frankland's will dated 27 September 1698 in Rathmell, Giggleswick, Elizabeth Frankland (Hill) was named as executrix of the estate; For his will see The Older nonconformists in Kendall p.191-3. According to Richard Frankland's will (dated 27 Sep 1698) Margaret Banks had eaten at his table for 7 or 8 years, and no payment had been made for her maintenance. In a passage that breathes of justice rather than affection Frankland released his brother-in-law Robert Banks and Margaret his wife for all claims for "tabling" her for such a period. In another passage he discharged his nephew Joseph Banks of Sheffield for all claims for the "tabling" provided he released to him all such goods as had lately belonged to Robert, and had been granted by Robert to Joseph for Margaret's maintenance. This having been done, he bequeathed 20 shillings to Robert, £4 to Margaret, and 5 shillings each to Joseph, his wife, and their two children. Robert's elder son Robert, then of Hull, and his children were to have 10 shillings each.
     Elizabeth died on 20 June 1730? In York, Yorkshire, aged 65. Mrs Eliz Hill (dr of Revd Mr Frankland of Rawthmell) died at York June 20..

Ellen Frankland

(16 January 1597 - )
     Ellen Frankland was christened on 16 January 1597 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Henry Frankland

(25 February 1602 - )
     Henry Frankland was christened on 25 February 1602 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Hugo Frankland

(9 January 1590 - )
     Hugo Frankland was christened on 9 January 1590 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Isabella Frankland

(20 October 1622 - before 23 November 1622)
     Isabella Frankland was christened on 20 October 1622 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Frankland and Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland).
     Isabella died before 23 November 1622 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 23 November 1622 in Giggleswick.

Jane Frankland

(before 1570 - )
     Jane Frankland was born before 1570 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Frankland and Margaret Unknown (Frankland).
     Jane Frankland was mentioned in the will of John Frankland dated June 1574.

Jane Frankland

(2 August 1590 - )
     Jane Frankland was christened on 2 August 1590 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

Jane Frankland

(26 May 1622 - )
     Jane Frankland was christened on 26 May 1622 in Clapham, Yorkshire. Jana, filia Willimi Frankland de Pheizor xxvj. She was the daughter of William Frankland and Maria Carr.

Jeneta Frankland

(22 March 1587 - )
     Jeneta Frankland was christened on 22 March 1587 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.

John Frankland

(16 May 1580 - February 1649/50)
     A member of the well known Yorkshire family, a branch of which became baronets of Thirkleby, and whose most notable member was Margaret's brother the Reverend Richard Frankland, one of the ejected ministers of 1662. In 1662 he opened perhaps the most famous of all dissenting academies at Rathmell in Giggleswick, where the house he built, with his and his wife's initials and the date 1686 is still to be seen; it is now divided into 3 cottages, standing in an enclosure preserving the name of College Fold.
     Probably descended from the Richard Frankland whose will was proved at York 3 Jul 1542, dated 12 Apr 1532 asking to be buried at St Alkyde, Gygilswyke [v.11 fol.55; Y.A.S. record series v.11 p.66].
. John Frankland was christened on 16 May 1580 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr.
     John Frankland married Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland) on 9 February 1619/20 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the widow of Richard Browne, of Rathmell. He possibly married firstly Alicia Harding on 8 April 1616..
     John died in February 1649/50 in Clapham, Yorkshire, aged 69. John Frankland of Feizar.

Children of John Frankland and Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland)

John Frankland

(13 August 1659 - before 20 June 1679)
     He entered his father's Academy 3 May 1678 and was considered to the strongest man his age about Natland by his fellow students.. John Frankland was born on 13 August 1659 in Bishop Auckland, Durham, England. He was the son of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     John died before 20 June 1679. He was buried on 20 June 1679 in Kendal, Westmorland, England.

John Frankland

(say 1525 - before 9 June 1574)
     John Frankland was born say 1525 in Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Frankland.
     John Frankland married Margaret Unknown (Frankland) circa 1550 in England.
     John Frankland made a will dated June 1574 in Rathmell. John Frankland of Rathmell mentions in his will, his wife Margarett, eldest son Richard, daughter Jane, son Thomas, brother John [sic], & wishes to be buried at Giggleswick.
     John died before 9 June 1574 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 9 June 1574 in Giggleswick.
     His will was proved on 1 October 1574 at the Prerogative Court of York.

Children of John Frankland and Margaret Unknown (Frankland)

John Frankland

(10 June 1621 - )
     John Frankland was christened on 10 June 1621 in Clapham, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Frankland and Maria Carr.

Margaret Frankland

(4 March 1632 - 5 April 1700)
     Margaret Frankland was christened on 4 March 1632 in Winston, Durham. She was the daughter of John Frankland and Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland).
     Margaret Frankland married Robert Banks, son of Robert Banks and Ann Pudsey, circa 1649 in England.
     Margaret Frankland was mentioned in the will of Rev Richard Frankland dated 27 September 1698.
     Margaret died on 5 April 1700 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire, aged 68. Margareta Banks de Rathmell..

Children of Margaret Frankland and Robert Banks

Margaret Frankland

(after 1669 - 22 September before 1726)
     Margaret Frankland was born after 1669 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     In Rev Richard Frankland's will dated 27 September 1698 in Rathmell, Giggleswick, Margaret Frankland was named as executrix of the estate; For his will see The Older nonconformists in Kendall p.191-3. According to Richard Frankland's will (dated 27 Sep 1698) Margaret Banks had eaten at his table for 7 or 8 years, and no payment had been made for her maintenance. In a passage that breathes of justice rather than affection Frankland released his brother-in-law Robert Banks and Margaret his wife for all claims for "tabling" her for such a period. In another passage he discharged his nephew Joseph Banks of Sheffield for all claims for the "tabling" provided he released to him all such goods as had lately belonged to Robert, and had been granted by Robert to Joseph for Margaret's maintenance. This having been done, he bequeathed 20 shillings to Robert, £4 to Margaret, and 5 shillings each to Joseph, his wife, and their two children. Robert's elder son Robert, then of Hull, and his children were to have 10 shillings each.
     Margaret Frankland married Samuel Smith on 19 June 1701. Mr Samuel Smith of York & Mtris Margaret frankland of Rawthmel marryed June 1701..
     Margaret died 22 September before 1726 in York, Yorkshire. Mr Samuel Smith of York bur. his wife Sep 22. She was Mr Frankland's daughter of Rauthmel.
In 1726, Jos Banks will mentions the child of my cousin Mrs Mgt Smith of York dec'd..

Child of Margaret Frankland and Samuel Smith

Mary Frankland

(after 1670 - after 27 September 1698)
     Mary Frankland was born after 1670 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     Mary Frankland married Major John Harris. He was a soldier.
     In Rev Richard Frankland's will dated 27 September 1698 in Rathmell, Giggleswick, Mary Frankland was named as executrix of the estate; For his will see The Older nonconformists in Kendall p.191-3. According to Richard Frankland's will (dated 27 Sep 1698) Margaret Banks had eaten at his table for 7 or 8 years, and no payment had been made for her maintenance. In a passage that breathes of justice rather than affection Frankland released his brother-in-law Robert Banks and Margaret his wife for all claims for "tabling" her for such a period. In another passage he discharged his nephew Joseph Banks of Sheffield for all claims for the "tabling" provided he released to him all such goods as had lately belonged to Robert, and had been granted by Robert to Joseph for Margaret's maintenance. This having been done, he bequeathed 20 shillings to Robert, £4 to Margaret, and 5 shillings each to Joseph, his wife, and their two children. Robert's elder son Robert, then of Hull, and his children were to have 10 shillings each.
     Mary died of smallpox soon after her father after 27 September 1698.

Child of Mary Frankland and Major John Harris

Richard Frankland

(8 June 1668 - before 4 May 1689)
     Richard Frankland was christened on 8 June 1668 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson.
     He entered his father's Academy 13 April 1682 [1680 in DNB]. He was a young man of great promise, and of so edifying a life that in 1694 his father contemplated writing his biography.
     Richard died of smallpox before 4 May 1689 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 4 May 1689 in Sheffield.