Henry Fisher

M, b. 1815, d. 1888
     Henry Fisher was born in 1815. He emigrated in 1832 from England to Sydney. He married Amelia Breillat in 1836. He made a fortune in land speculation. Henry was elected Alderman for Sydney and appointed Justice of the Peace. He set up a ships' provisioning business and grocery store in Lower Fort Street. During his lifetime Henry owned 16 sailing ships for trading between Australian ports and also to the South Pacific. Henry Fisher died in 1888.

Family

Amelia Breillat b. 1836, d. May 1865
Children

Amelia Breillat

F, b. 1836, d. May 1865
     Amelia Breillat was born in 1836. She married Henry Fisher in 1836. Amelia Breillat died in May 1865.

Family

Henry Fisher b. 1815, d. 1888
Children

Frances Amelia (Fanny) Fisher

F, b. 1836, d. 1880
FatherHenry Fisher b. 1815, d. 1888
MotherAmelia Breillat b. 1836, d. May 1865
     Frances Amelia (Fanny) Fisher was born in 1836. She died in 1880.

Wilfrid Tatham

M, b. circa 1900, d. circa 1975
     Wilfrid Tatham was born circa 1900. He married Rachel Ellen Julia Balfour, daughter of Maxwell (Max) Balfour and Nina Joachim, circa 1930. Wilfrid Tatham was a competitor in both the 1924 and 1928 Olympic Games and house-master at Eton. He served with the Coldstream Guards in both World Wars and was awarded the MC for his part in the battle of the Canal du Nord in 1918. In 1942 he was wounded and taken prisoner, escaped to Italy, was recaptured and taken to Germany. He later worked for the British Council in Athens and Brussels. After retirement, he and Rachel lived in St Helena, where Wilfrid died circa 1975.

Family

Rachel Ellen Julia Balfour b. 1907, d. c 1985

Admiral John Henry Rushworth Jellicoe 1st Earl Jellicoe

M, b. 5 December 1859, d. 20 November 1935
Admiral Sir John Jellicoe
     Admiral John Henry Rushworth Jellicoe 1st Earl Jellicoe was born on 5 December 1859 at Southhampton. Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe joined the Royal Navy in1872 and served in the Eyptian War of 1882. In the years prior to World War I (1914-18) Jellicoe served as Director of Naval Ordnance from 1905-7, and Controller of the Navy from 1908-10. Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, appointed Jellicoe second-in-command of the Grand Fleet in November 1911. Jellicoe was appointed First Sea Lord in 1916. He retired from active service in 1917. He was made Governor General of New Zealand after the war from 1920-24. He died on 20 November 1935 at age 75 and is buried in the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral.

Family

Child

Gladys Pauline Watson

F, b. circa 1886, d. 1964
FatherArthur Wellesly Watson b. c 1860, d. c 1920
MotherAnna Josephine Sutton b. c 1865, d. c 1925
     Gladys Pauline Watson was born circa 1886. She married Loren Montague Cowdrey, son of Nathaniel A Cowdrey, circa 1906. Gladys Pauline Watson died in 1964.

Family

Loren Montague Cowdrey b. 1881, d. 1945
Child

Loren Montague Cowdrey

M, b. 1881, d. 1945
FatherNathaniel A Cowdrey b. c 1851, d. c 1914
     Loren Montague Cowdrey was born in 1881. He married Gladys Pauline Watson, daughter of Arthur Wellesly Watson and Anna Josephine Sutton, circa 1906. Loren Montague Cowdrey died in 1945.

Family

Gladys Pauline Watson b. c 1886, d. 1964
Child

Dr Henry Hoile

M, b. circa 1800, d. after 1840
     Dr Henry Hoile was born circa 1800. He married Margaret Ogilvy, daughter of David Ogilvy of Parkconon and Anne Fitchet, circa 1829. Dr Henry Hoile died after 1840.

Family

Margaret Ogilvy b. 30 Nov 1807
Children

Margaret Ogilvy

F, b. 30 November 1807
FatherDavid Ogilvy of Parkconon b. 18 Aug 1767, d. 1 Dec 1828
MotherAnne Fitchet b. 1787, d. 13 Mar 1850
     Margaret Ogilvy was born on 30 November 1807. She married Dr Henry Hoile circa 1829.

Family

Dr Henry Hoile b. c 1800, d. a 1840
Children

David Ogilvy of Parkconon

M, b. 18 August 1767, d. 1 December 1828
FatherJames Ogilvy of Parkconon b. 1718, d. 28 Mar 1789
MotherAnne Skinner b. c 1720, d. 1800
     David Ogilvy of Parkconon was born on 18 August 1767. He married Anne Fitchet on 25 February 1807. David Ogilvy of Parkconon died on 1 December 1828 at age 61.

Family

Anne Fitchet b. 1787, d. 13 Mar 1850
Children

Anne Fitchet

F, b. 1787, d. 13 March 1850
     Anne Fitchet was born in 1787. She married David Ogilvy of Parkconon, son of James Ogilvy of Parkconon and Anne Skinner, on 25 February 1807. Anne Fitchet died on 13 March 1850.

Family

David Ogilvy of Parkconon b. 18 Aug 1767, d. 1 Dec 1828
Children

James Ogilvy of Parkconon

M, b. 1718, d. 28 March 1789
FatherJohn Ogilvy of Inshewan b. c 1680, d. 1741
MotherMary Keith of Redcloak b. 1683
     James Ogilvy of Parkconon was born in 1718 at Park Conon, Cononsyth. He married Anne Skinner, daughter of Henrietta Howe, on 29 July 1740. James Ogilvy of Parkconon died on 28 March 1789 at Montrose.

Family

Anne Skinner b. c 1720, d. 1800
Children

Anne Skinner

F, b. circa 1720, d. 1800
MotherHenrietta Howe b. 25 Jul 1704
     Anne Skinner was born circa 1720. She married James Ogilvy of Parkconon, son of John Ogilvy of Inshewan and Mary Keith of Redcloak, on 29 July 1740. Anne Skinner died in 1800.

Family

James Ogilvy of Parkconon b. 1718, d. 28 Mar 1789
Children

Henrietta Howe

F, b. 25 July 1704
FatherLt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe d. 26 Sep 1709
MotherLady Ruperta Hughes b. 1671, d. 1740
     Henrietta Howe was born on 25 July 1704. She was baptised on 14 Aug 1704 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Covent Garden, London. She was Maid of Honor to the Princess of Orange, presumably Anne of Hanover (1709-1759) daughter of George II, who married William IV Prince of Orange in 1734 at St.James Palace.

Family

Child

Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe

M, d. 26 September 1709
     Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe married Lady Ruperta Hughes, daughter of Rupert von de Platz Duke of Cumberland and Mrs. Margaret Hughes. Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe was Groom of the Bedchamber to William III circa 1689. He died on 26 September 1709.

Family

Lady Ruperta Hughes b. 1671, d. 1740
Child

Lady Ruperta Hughes

F, b. 1671, d. 1740
FatherRupert von de Platz Duke of Cumberland b. 17 Dec 1619, d. 1682
MotherMrs. Margaret Hughes b. 1630
     Lady Ruperta Hughes married Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe. Lady Ruperta Hughes was born in 1671,illegitimate child of Rupert von der Pfalz, Duke of Cumberland and Mrs. Margaret Hughes. She died in 1740.

Family

Lt. Gen Emanuel Scrope Howe d. 26 Sep 1709
Child

Rupert von de Platz Duke of Cumberland

M, b. 17 December 1619, d. 1682
MotherElizabeth Stuart Princess of England b. 19 Aug 1596, d. 13 Feb 1662
     Rupert von de Platz Duke of Cumberland was born on 17 December 1619 at Prague, Czechoslovakia. He died in 1682.

Family

Mrs. Margaret Hughes b. 1630
Child

Mrs. Margaret Hughes

F, b. 1630
     Mrs. Margaret Hughes was born in 1630. She was a celebrated actress circa 1660.

Family

Rupert von de Platz Duke of Cumberland b. 17 Dec 1619, d. 1682
Child

Elizabeth Stuart Princess of England

F, b. 19 August 1596, d. 13 February 1662
FatherJames VI Stewart King of Scotland b. 19 Jun 1566, d. 27 Mar 1625
MotherAnne Oldenberg Princess of Denmark Princess of Denmark
     Elizabeth Stuart Princess of England was born on 19 August 1596at Dunfermline Palace, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. She died on 13 February 1662 at Leicester House, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London. She is buried at Westminster Abbey.

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Child

James VI Stewart King of Scotland

M, b. 19 June 1566, d. 27 March 1625
MotherMary, Stewart Queen of Scots b. Aug 1542, d. 1587
James VI at age 17
     James VI Stewart King of Scotland was born on 19 June 1566 at Edinburgh Castle. James VI reigned from 1567-1615. As the closest heir to the childless Queen Elizabeth I of England through James IV's marriage to Margaret Tudor, James VI had much to look forward to. He took good care not to offend Elizabeth or her government, making only a token protest when his mother was executed. He was the most successful Stuart king (they had changed their name to the French spelling). He wrote "A Counterblast Against Tobacco" and was instrumental in publishing the "King James" version of the Bible, still in use today. He and his wife, Anne of Denmark, had eight children. In 1603 on the death of Queen Elizabeth he left Scotland (with his golf clubs) to become King of England and Scotland and went back to Scotland only once in the next 22 years. James was keen on the political union of "Great Britain" but Scotland was to remain a separate state for another century. James VI died on 27 March 1625 at age 58 from kidney failure at Theobalds Park in Hertfordshire.

Anne Oldenberg Princess of Denmark Princess of Denmark

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Family

James VI Stewart King of Scotland b. 19 Jun 1566, d. 27 Mar 1625
Child

Caroline Gordon

F, b. 28 March 1873, d. before 1970
FatherJohn Gordon b. 2 Apr 1826, d. 28 Feb 1878
MotherHarriet Anne Hoile b. 12 Mar 1832
     Caroline Gordon was born on 28 March 1873. She married Harry Valentine Masefield, son of Robert Masefield and Margaret Catherine Miller, on 11 December 1897. Caroline Gordon died before 1970.

Family

Harry Valentine Masefield b. 1854
Children

Harry Valentine Masefield

M, b. 1854
FatherRobert Masefield b. 26 Jan 1807, d. b 1881
MotherMargaret Catherine Miller d. a 1854
     Harry Valentine Masefield was born in 1854. He married Caroline Gordon, daughter of John Gordon and Harriet Anne Hoile, on 11 December 1897. Harry Valentine Masefield lived in 1911 at Park Lodge Little Knowle, Budleigh Salterton, Devonshire, England. He was is listed in the 1911 census as "retired tea planter" with residence in Ceylon Central Province where two of his children, Margaret and Robert, attended school.

Family

Caroline Gordon b. 28 Mar 1873, d. b 1970
Children

Robert Ogilvy Gordon Masefield

M, b. 1905, d. before 1995
FatherHarry Valentine Masefield b. 1854
MotherCaroline Gordon b. 28 Mar 1873, d. b 1970
     Robert Ogilvy Gordon Masefield was born in 1905. He died before 1995.

Robert Masefield

M, b. 26 January 1807, d. before 1881
FatherRobert Masefield b. c 1778, d. c 1850
     Robert Masefield was born on 26 January 1807; and christened on 1 February 1807 in Adbaston, Stafford, England. He was farming "330 acres with 14 men and 2 boys" in 1861. He built Ellerton Hall in 1836. In the 1861 census he is listed as a widower. He married Margaret Catherine Miller on 20 June 1837 at Adbaston, Stafford. Robert Masefield died before 1881.

Thomas Taylor Masefield

M, b. circa 1845
FatherRobert Masefield b. 26 Jan 1807, d. b 1881
MotherMargaret Catherine Miller d. a 1854
     Thomas Taylor Masefield was born circa 1845.

Harry Masefield

M, b. 1854
     Harry Masefield was born in 1854.

Kate Masefield

F, b. 1852
FatherRobert Masefield b. 26 Jan 1807, d. b 1881
MotherMargaret Catherine Miller d. a 1854
     Kate Masefield was born in 1852.

William Masefield

M, b. 1850
FatherRobert Masefield b. 26 Jan 1807, d. b 1881
MotherMargaret Catherine Miller d. a 1854
     William Masefield lived at Gough's Bay, New Zealand. He married Ellen Mary Tosswill. William Masefield was born in 1850.

Family

Ellen Mary Tosswill b. 9 Feb 1881

Robert Masefield

M, b. circa 1778, d. circa 1850
     Robert Masefield was born circa 1778 at Shropshire. He died circa 1850.

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