Bernard Ward1

M, #20911
     Bernard Ward was born in Capesthorne, Cheshire, England.1
In about 1570 he bought the estate of Carrick na Sheannagh from the Earls of Kildare and renamed it Castle Ward. It is located in Strangford, County Down.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Anne Hamilton1

F, #20912
Father*James Hamilton, of Bangor1 d. 1707
     Anne Hamilton brought a dowry of £4,000 and an undivided moiety of the manors of Bangor and Newcumber, of the tithes, chief rents, etc, belonging to them and of the townlands of Ballycloghan, Carrowmullen, Carrowtegart, Castlehill and the island of Tullychaman, in the baronies of Ards and Castlereagh to her marriage with Judge Michael Ward in 1709.1
Anne married Judge Michael Ward, son of Bernard Ward, in 1709.1

Family

Judge Michael Ward b. 1685, d. 1759
Children

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

James Hamilton, of Bangor1

M, #20913, d. 1707
Mother*, 1st Viscountess Mordaunt of Avalon1 d. 1679
     James died in 1707.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Margaret Hamilton1

F, #20914
Father*James Hamilton, of Bangor1 d. 1707
     Margaret Hamilton brought a dowry of £4,000 and an undivided moiety of the manors of Bangor and Newcumber, of the tithes, chief rents, etc, belonging to them and of the townlands of Ballycloghan, Carrowmullen, Carrowtegart, Castlehill and the island of Tullychaman, in the baronies of Ards and Castlereagh to her marriage with 6th Viscount, Ikerrin in 1713.1
Margaret married 6th Viscount, Ikerrin in 1713.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

6th Viscount, Ikerrin1

M, #20915
     Margaret Hamilton brought a dowry of £4,000 and an undivided moiety of the manors of Bangor and Newcumber, of the tithes, chief rents, etc, belonging to them and of the townlands of Ballycloghan, Carrowmullen, Carrowtegart, Castlehill and the island of Tullychaman, in the baronies of Ards and Castlereagh to her marriage with 6th Viscount, Ikerrin in 1713.1
married Margaret Hamilton, daughter of James Hamilton, of Bangor, in 1713.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

, 1st Viscountess Mordaunt of Avalon1

F, #20916, d. 1679
     Elizabeth died in 1679.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Sophia Ward1

F, #20917
Father*Judge Michael Ward1 b. 1685, d. 1759
Mother*Anne Hamilton1
     Sophia married Arthur Upton in 1739.1

Family

Arthur Upton

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Arthur Upton1

M, #20918
     Arthur Upton, of Castle Upton, County Antrim, Ireland.1
Arthur married Sophia Ward, daughter of Judge Michael Ward and Anne Hamilton, in 1739.1

Family

Sophia Ward

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Anne Ward1

F, #20919
Father*Judge Michael Ward1 b. 1685, d. 1759
Mother*Anne Hamilton1
     Anne married Sir John Parnell, 1st Baronet of Rathleaque in 1745.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Sir John Parnell, 1st Baronet of Rathleaque1

M, #20920
     John married Anne Ward, daughter of Judge Michael Ward and Anne Hamilton, in 1745.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Sir John Parnell, 2nd Baronet of Rathleaque1

M, #20921
Father*Sir John Parnell, 1st Baronet of Rathleaque1
Mother*Anne Ward1
Sir John Parnell, 2nd Baronet of Rathleaque

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Nicholas Ward 2nd Viscount of Bangor1

M, #20922, b. 1750, d. 1827
Father*Bernard Ward 1st Viscount Bangor1 b. 1719, d. 1781
Mother*Lady Anne (?)1
     Nicholas Ward 2nd Viscount of Bangor, son of Bernard Ward 1st Viscount Bangor and Lady Anne (?), was born in 1750.1
By 1779-1781 is was clear that Nicholas insane.1
Nicholas died in 1827.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Robert Ward1

M, #20923, b. 1754, d. 1831
Father*Bernard Ward 1st Viscount Bangor1 b. 1719, d. 1781
Mother*Lady Anne (?)1
     Robert Ward, son of Bernard Ward 1st Viscount Bangor and Lady Anne (?), was born in 1754.1
Robert married Sophia Frances Whaley, daughter of Richard Chapel Whaley, in 1782.1
Robert served in 1800 in the South Down Regiment of the Royal Downshire Militia He was the first Colonel of the regiment.1
Robert died in 1831.1

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Sophia Frances Whaley1

F, #20924
Father*Richard Chapel Whaley1
     Sophia was the daughter of Richard Chapell Whaley, a Protestant landowner and magistrate whose anti-Catholicism earned him the nickname 'Burn-Chapel' Whaley.
Sophia married Robert Ward, son of Bernard Ward 1st Viscount Bangor and Lady Anne (?), in 1782.1

Family

Robert Ward b. 1754, d. 1831

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Richard Chapel Whaley1

M, #20925
     He was known as 'Burn Chapell' due to his Sunday morning hobby of riding about the countryside, setting fire to thatched Catholic churches. Richard Chapel Whaley, of Whaley Abbey, County Wicklow, Ireland.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Thomas "Buck" Whaley1

M, #20926, b. 1766, d. November 2, 1800
Father*Richard Chapel Whaley1
     Thomas Whaley was the son of Richard Chapell Whaley, a Protestant landowner and magistrate whose anti-Catholicism earned him the nickname 'Burn-Chapel' Whaley. When the latter died, his son inherited an estate in Co Wicklow, a town house at 86 St Stephen's Green, Dublin (now occupied by University College, Dublin), and an income of £7,000 a year. At sixteen, Whaley was sent to Paris, but his tutor was unable to curb the youth's profligacy. 'Buck' Whaley incurred gambling debts of £14,000 in an evening, and was forced to leave France when his bankers refused to honour his cheque.
Back in Dublin, he acquired a second nickname when, asked one evening in 1788 where he next intended to visit, he casually replied 'Jerusalem'. His fellow bucks wagered £15,000 that he could not reach the holy city and return within two years. Despite fears of banditry, Whaley immediately launched an expedition to the Holy Land, returning in June 1789 with a signed certificate from a convent in Jerusalem. Another wager required him to jump from his drawing room window into the first passing carriage and kiss its occupant. He also conceived a plan to rescue Louis XVI from the guillotine, but took fright in Paris.
A man of erratic impulses, Whaley unsuccessfully proposed marriage to a young Belfast woman who stood admiring his house. A mistress bore him several children, and on her death he married Lord Cloncurry's daughter in 1800. He represented Newcastle, Co Dublin, in parliament from 1785 to 1790, and Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, from 1797 to 1800. Although he took substantial bribes first to vote for the Union with Great Britain and then to vote against it, his financial difficulties forced him to flee to the Isle of Man. To live on Irish soil without being in Ireland (for a bet), he imported earth for the foundations of a new house.
Whaley died of rheumatic fever at Knutsford, Cheshire, on 2 November 1800. In his last years, he had written his memoirs as a warning to others, but his executors suppressed them and they were not published until 1906. (http://www.irelandseye.com.)

His nickname was "Buck."1 Thomas "Buck" Whaley, son of Richard Chapel Whaley, was born in 1766.
Thomas died on November 2, 1800 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England.

Citations

  1. [S3291] Internet Site: The Ward PapersPublic Record Office of Northern Ireland Web Site).

Benjamin Perry Jennings1

M, #20927
Father*Ben Jennings1 b. 1890
Mother*Margaret Minzes1 b. 1893

Citations

  1. [S3315] The Maries Countian, Fall 2004.

Kenneth Wayne Roberson1

M, #20928
Father*William Warren. Roberson1 b. 1896
Mother*Mildred Elisabeth Barfield1 b. 1903

Citations

  1. [S3315] The Maries Countian, Fall 2004.

Rockford Perry Martin1

M, #20929
Father*Perry E. Martin1 b. 1890
Mother*Pearl Roberson1 b. October 27, 1896, d. January 4, 1946

Citations

  1. [S3315] The Maries Countian, Fall 2004.

AZ Maricopa County 1930 Census

?, #20930
     ••••••••• Listed On Census •••••••••.
Doctor Everett Allen.1

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1930Glendale, Maricopa County, ArizonaAZ Maricopa County 1930 Census1

Citations

  1. [S3338] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Everett Allen household.

Donald F. Donaldson1

M, #20931
Father*Donald F. Donaldson1 b. October, 1893
Mother*Camilla (?)1 b. 1896

Citations

  1. [S4498] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Donald F. Donaldson household.

Peter Heinrich Brune1

M, #20932
     Peter married Catherine Elsabein Keil.1

Family

Catherine Elsabein Keil
Child

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Catherine Elsabein Keil1

F, #20933
     Catherine married Peter Heinrich Brune.1

Family

Peter Heinrich Brune
Child

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Louise Katherine "Kate" Brune1

F, #20934, b. 1833
Father*Peter Henrich Brune1 b. from 1801 to 1811
Mother*Marie Elisabeth Grabemann1
     Louise Katherine "Kate" Brune, daughter of Peter Henrich Brune and Marie Elisabeth Grabemann, was born in 1833 in Spenge, Westfalen, Germany.1
Louise Katherine "Kate" Brune immigrated in 1854 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, from Germany.1
Louise married John H. Boekenkamp in 1855.1

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Henry Brune1

M, #20935, b. 1837
Father*Peter Henrich Brune1 b. from 1801 to 1811
Mother*Marie Elisabeth Grabemann1
     Henry married Louise (?)1 Henry Brune, son of Peter Henrich Brune and Marie Elisabeth Grabemann, was born in 1837 in Spenge, Westfalen, Germany.1
Henry Brune immigrated in 1857 to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, traveling on the ship J. H. Gaetjen from Germany.1
Henry enlisted in the Fifth Regiment, United States Reserve Corps, Missouri Volunteers in May, 1861.1

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

John H. Boekenkamp1

M, #20936
     John married Louise Katherine "Kate" Brune, daughter of Peter Henrich Brune and Marie Elisabeth Grabemann, in 1855.1

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Louise (?)1

F, #20937
     Louise married Henry Brune, son of Peter Henrich Brune and Marie Elisabeth Grabemann.1

Family

Henry Brune b. 1837
Child

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Henry Brune1

M, #20938
Father*Henry Brune1 b. 1837
Mother*Louise (?)1
     Henry married Sophie Hussman in 1865.1

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Sophie Hussman1

F, #20939
     Sophie married Henry Brune, son of Henry Brune and Louise (?), in 1865.1

Family

Henry Brune

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , The Brunes First Draft; June 7, 2004.

Anna Marie Ilsabein Goessling1

F, #20940
Father*Johann Caspar Goessling1 b. 1743, d. 1807
Mother*Anna Catherin Ilsabein Bentrup1

Citations

  1. [S3079] Roland Bauer e-mails to Bob Berg concerning Brune Family Research. , Thorstens manuscript, June 7, 2004.