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Please note: The formatting of this section is considerably less than elegant - I don't find that exporting FTW files intopRTF and then converting them into DreamWeaver works particaularly well. I started cleaning it up, but abandoned the effort part way through as not worth my while - there are other fish to fry. Hope you can make your way though it all. Sharon Oddie Brown, Novermber 5, 2003.

Descendants of George Bartley


Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE BARTLEY He married MARGARET ORR. She died 1771 (Source: PRONI/991/6/1/9, This document is a copy done by William McKean of a paper done by his wife Mary Anne Jane (nee Bartley) based on the probate of a Will taken out in 30 Dec 1752 of George Bartley of Lossitt who married Margaret Orr.).

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of Lossit, County Monaghan. Probate of will taken out 30th December, 1752"

Notes for MARGARET ORR:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 ""She made a will dated 17 February 1771 - They had four sons & Three daughters. Her first husband was Alexander Wilson (who got a lease from Mick & ? from 1 May 1714 for 999 years"

Children of GEORGE BARTLEY and MARGARET ORR are:
i. JOHN BARTLEY, d. 1788, Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan.

Notes for JOHN BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "In Enniskilling Dragoons in the "Seven Years War" in 1758" "Quartermaster" There is a book showing this. The title is not given.

More About JOHN BARTLEY:
Burial: Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan

2. ii. ROBERT BARTLEY.
3. iii. WILLIAM BARTLEY.
4. iv. HUGH BARTLEY, d. 1803.
v. MARY BARTLEY.
vi. LETTICE BARTLEY.


Generation No. 2

2. ROBERT BARTLEY (GEORGE)

Children of ROBERT BARTLEY are:
5. i. ESTHER BARTLEY.
6. ii. GEORGE BARTLEY, d. 21 December 1800.


3. WILLIAM BARTLEY (GEORGE) He married UNKNOWN.

Child of WILLIAM BARTLEY and UNKNOWN is:
i. JOHN3 BARTLEY.


4. HUGH BARTLEY (GEORGE) died 1803. He married AGNES WILSON.

Children of HUGH BARTLEY and AGNES WILSON are:
i. ROBERT3 BARTLEY.

Notes for ROBERT BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "1st Robert who was M.D. and went to American War 1782 not heard of since 1798. Lived at Londonderry near Boston, bought a farm with Prize money - had 3 children".

7. ii. JANE BARTLEY.
iii. MARY BARTLEY, m. WM HENDERSON.
8. iv. GEORGE BARTLEY, b. 1777; d. 1839.


Generation No. 3

5. ESTHER BARTLEY (ROBERT, GEORGE) She married 21 August 1760.

Notes for ESTHER BARTLEY:
PRONI 991/6/1/2 "She inherited Slieveroe. Her father built the house and their descendants are now living there."

More About THOMAS REED and ESTHER BARTLEY:
Marriage: 21 August 1760

Children of ESTHER BARTLEY and THOMAS REED are:
9. i. HAMILTON REED, b. 12 April 1766.
ii. JOHN REED, b. 25 January 1762.
iii. IAIN REED, b. 12 February 1764.
iv. LETICE REED, b. 2 July 1768.
v. ANNA REED, b. 10 October 1770.
vi. ROBERT REED, b. 13 April 1773.
vii. GEORGE REED, b. 10 September 1775.
viii. JAMES REED, d. 1777.

Notes for JAMES REED:
Probably died as an infant. There is a brother bearing his name some 8 years later.

ix. HUGH REED, b. 23 September 1782.
x. JAMES REED, b. 11 February 1785.


6. GEORGE BARTLEY (ROBERT, GEORGE) died 21 December 1800. He married CHRISTINA METGE. She died 18 June 1818 in 31 Blessington St., Dublin.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D991/6/1/2 "Surgeon of Monaghan Infirmary for 50 years" "Made an agreement with Hugh Bartley of Lossitt on 6 January 1800 - giving him right to all timber on the property (This Hugh was his uncle).

More About GEORGE BARTLEY:
Burial: Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan

Notes for CHRISTINA METGE:
PRONI D991/6/1/2 "A Widow" with one daughter, Elizabeth m. Walter Tyler"

Children of GEORGE BARTLEY and CHRISTINA METGE are:
10. i. MAJOR-GENERAL SIR ROBERT BARTLEY, b. 1789; d. 1843, At sea.
ii. JESSIE BARTLEY, b. 1785; d. 8 December 1876.

Notes for JESSIE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "died unmarried"
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: Jessie Bartley daughter of late George Bartley MD of Monaghan. November 1876, aged 91

11. iii. JOHN PETER METGE BARTLEY.
iv. GEORGE BARTLEY, m. CATHERINE FRERE.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 Major in 50th Regiment

12. v. WILLIAM BARTLEY, d. 1890.
13. vi. CHRISTINA BARTLEY.


7. JANE BARTLEY (HUGH2, GEORGE1) She married JOHN COULTER.

Children of JANE BARTLEY and JOHN COULTER are:
14. i. REV. JOHN COULTER, b. 1796; d. 26 May 1877.
15. ii. GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER, b. 1806; d. 31 December 1855.
iii. ESTHER COULTER.
iv. JANE COULTER, m. SAMUEL GILMORE.
v. MARGARET COULTER.


8. GEORGE BARTLEY (HUGH, GEORGE) was born 1777, and died 1839. He married ALICIA ELEANOR NIXON 1810.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "A merchant in Monaghan"
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: May 1839 George Bartley d. age 62. Undersheriff of Monaghan. Merchant and distributor of stamps.

More About GEORGE BARTLEY and ALICIA NIXON:
Marriage: 1810

Children of GEORGE BARTLEY and ALICIA NIXON are:
i. HUGH BARTLEY, d. 21 February 1850.
16. ii. MARY ANNE JANE BARTLEY, b. 31 October 1815; d. 12 April 1886, Millmount Keady.


Generation No. 4

9. HAMILTON REED (ESTHER BARTLEY, ROBERT GEORGE) was born 12 April 1766. He married MARTHA CARLILE 15 October 1806.

More About HAMILTON REED and MARTHA CARLILE:
Marriage: 15 October 1806

Children of HAMILTON REED and MARTHA CARLILE are:
17. i. DR. THOMAS HAMILTON5 REED, b. 14 June 1809.
ii. MARY ANN REED, b. 10 August 1807.
iii. ESTHER REED, b. 4 May 1811.
iv. JANE REED, b. 23 August 1812.
v. CATHERINE REED, b. 12 May 1816.


10. MAJOR-GENERAL SIR ROBERT4 BARTLEY (GEORGE3, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 1789, and died 1843 in At sea. He married JESSY DUNBAR BRUGERE. She died 5 November 1857.

Notes for MAJOR-GENERAL SIR ROBERT BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Major General- Sir Robert Bartley K.C.B." "We have many letters from him to my Grandfather George Bartley & his cousin from different places when with his Regiment - was in Dublin July 1818, Settling up after his mother's death in June 1818. We have one of her letters A.E. McKean

Notes for JESSY DUNBAR BRUGERE:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Widow"

Children of ROBERT BARTLEY and JESSY BRUGERE are:
i. GEORGE5 BARTLEY.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Sir Robert's son George was two years older than Walter who exchanged into the 62nd in India - his mother wrote on 3 Jan 1845 that he was then due in Calcutta - in letter of 24 Feb 1844 they were with their Regiments at Portsmouth - & also mentions she is erecting a tablet & marking her will

ii. WALTER BARTLEY.
iii. JESSEY BARTLEY, m. MAJOR R.S.TICKELL.
18. iv. CAROLINE BARTLEY, d. 23 October 1877.


11. JOHN PETER METGE4 BARTLEY (GEORGE3, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) He married (1) JANE COWELL. He married (2) ANNE FISHER.

Notes for JOHN PETER METGE BARTLEY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "MD"

Child of JOHN BARTLEY and JANE COWELL is:
i. JOHN C.5 BARTLEY.


Child of JOHN BARTLEY and ANNE FISHER is:
ii. ALEX F.5 BARTLEY.


12. WILLIAM4 BARTLEY (GEORGE3, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) died 1890. He married LADY PENNEFEATHER.

Child of WILLIAM BARTLEY and LADY PENNEFEATHER is:
i. SUSAN5 BARTLEY, m. UNNAMED GRAY.

Notes for UNNAMED GRAY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Governor of Prince Edward Island"


13. CHRISTINA4 BARTLEY (GEORGE3, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) She married JOHN BARRY.

Notes for JOHN BARRY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of 31 Eccles St., Dublin".

Children of CHRISTINA BARTLEY and JOHN BARRY are:
i. JOYCE FOSTER5 BARRY, d. September 1900.

More About JOYCE FOSTER BARRY:
Burial: Mt Jerome Cemetary, Dublin

ii. CHRISTINA BARRY.

Notes for CHRISTINA BARRY:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "died young"


14. REV. JOHN4 COULTER (JANE3 BARTLEY, HUGH2, GEORGE1) was born 1796 (Source: Full Circle, p.330, 10 years older than George, born 1806.), and died 26 May 1877 (Source: Full Circle, 331.). He married ISABELLA GORDON.

Notes for REV. JOHN COULTER:
Source: "Full Circle" p. 67
"A young licentiate from Derryvally congregation, John Coulter became minister of Gilnahirk congregation in East Belfast in 1820." "... Presbytery licenced him on 9 July 1818. He studied in Glascow and gained an MA in 1815. Thomas Hamilton described him as 'one of the worthiest ministers of the Secession' (History of the Irish Presbyterian Church). ... John Coulter was one of 3 ministers with strong Ballybay connections who were influential in the movement toward the union of Seceder and Synod of Ulster churches." Following are excerpts from
his speeches on the matter.
p. 69 1851 John Coulter was elected moderator of the General Assembly "he had helped bring into being" (History of congregations)
p. 330 "Ordained minister of Gilnahirk, Belfast in 1820. ... In 1842 he was honoured by the award of a DD from America." His appointment as moderator of the General Assembly in 1851 proved controversial 'because of his association with the Tenant League' (Gilnahirk History, The Church on the Stye Brae). "Presumably his Derryvally boyhood and home influences remained strong."
"retired in 1860 but kept on working, preaching, until within a few years of his death.
p. 331 He has a memory as a child in 1798 of he and his mother hiding in a potato field at a distance from their home in fear of the rebels. (Source: The Witness, a story told in recording his death in 1877)
"descended from an old and honoured house in Co. Monaghan".
From his 1839 address to Students: "Though we venerate Scotland, Ireland is dear to us. Scotland was the birthplace of our ancestors and the cradle of our Church; but Ireland is our country, - our home, - 'our own, our native land'; and though we do not cease to love Scotland, yet we love Ireland still more."

SOURCE: PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. May 26, 1877 Obit Rev John Coulter D.D. of Gilnahirk (age 81) His father was a table linen merchant in Co. Monaghan "when the linen business was so respectable". He married Miss Bartley of Bartley's Grove. He was born in 1796 - "when a mere infant his mother and he spent several nights in a potato field, and Mrs. Coulter used tot ell that her chief fear was lest the crying of the child might draw the attention of the rebels to their place of concealment and expose both to death".
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH 1877, May 26 d. Rev John Coulter, Sr. Minister of Gilnahirk Presbyterian Church, age 81.

Notes for ISABELLA GORDON:
Source: Full Circle
p. 330 Isabella Gordon of Parkgate, Co. Antrim and they had two daughters and a son, John who worked as a medical doctor in India and died suddenly of fever aged 32 when on his way home to visit his family. A scholarship in the Medical School of the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast perpetuates his memory (History of Congregations).

Children of JOHN COULTER and ISABELLA GORDON are:
i. JOHN GORDON5 COULTER, b. 1840; d. 5 October 1872, Cachar, India.

Notes for JOHN GORDON COULTER:
POSSIBLE SOURCE: Ros Davies: Dr. John Gordon COULTER Esq. Knockbreda in India, death notice, son of Rev. John Coulter of Gilnahirk 16 Nov 1872 DR (MY NOTE - his mother's last name was GORDON)

DEATH 1872 (?), Oct 5, age 32 at Cachar, India. John Gordon Coulter, only son of Rev Dr. Coulter, Gilnahirk. He had a degree in medicine - lived with many others from County Down in India and had a tea plantation and also practiced medicine. SOURCE: PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers.

ii. MARGARET COULTER, m. DR UNNAMED WARWICK.
iii. ELIZA COULTER.


15. GEORGE BARTLEY4 COULTER (JANE3 BARTLEY, HUGH2, GEORGE1) was born 1806 (Source: Full Circle, 330.), and died 31 December 1855. He married JANE SMITH.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER:
From Full Circle: Of 2nd Castleblayney; 24 Mar 1846: officiating minister at ordination of Rev John Moran, 1st Ballybay.
2 Castleblayney; 28 Sep 1847: officiating minister at ordination of Rev John Gordom Smyth, 1st Ballybay
1889: subscription for repairs to 1st Ballybay church, £1
Born 1806; son of John Coulter; brother of Rev John Coulter; member of Derryvalley congregation;accepted as studuent for ministry on 1 Nov 1826; studied at Old College Belfast, gained General Certificate 1831; licensed by Monaghan Secession Presbytery in 1833; ordained at Frankford 26 Aug 1834, continued Castleblayney classical academy begun by his predecessor, proved effective teacher; 1836 married Jane, daughter of John Smith of Castleblayney; served in Frankford until his death 31 Dec 1855 aged 50 years.

PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of Castleblayney" NOTE: Working off the charts from PRONI leaves a few threads not quite connected, but getting clearer.
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: 1855, Dec 31 Age 50 George Bartley Coulter (Rev) Minister of Frankford, 2nd Presbyterian Church, Castleblayney.

More About GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER:
Name 2: George Bartley Coulter

Children of GEORGE COULTER and JANE SMITH are:
i. UNNAMED5 COULTER, m. THOMAS MIDDLEMISS.

Notes for UNNAMED COULTER:
From Full Circle p. 330 Daughter of Rev George Bartley Coulter & Jane Smith; married Rev Thomas Middlemiss; emigrated to America 1871

ii. JOHN COULTER.
iii. GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER, d. 7 January 1910.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: Jan 7, 1910 Mr. George Bartley Coulter of Mayfield, Bangor. (I hope I have this in the right place - not 100% sure. Sharon Oddie Brown)

iv. WILLIAM COULTER.
v. JANE COULTER.
19. vi. MARY COULTER.
vii. JAMES COULTER.


16. MARY ANNE JANE4 BARTLEY (GEORGE3, HUGH2, GEORGE1) was born 31 October 1815, and died 12 April 1886 in Millmount Keady. She married WILLIAM MCKEAN (Source: PRONI/991/6/1/9, A family tree donated by Miss Gillian Dunlop, 45 Windsor Avenue, Belfast.) 1844, son of ROBERT MCKEAN and ANNE JACKSON. He was born 24 January 1822, and died 21 August 1906 in Millmount Keady.

Notes for MARY ANNE JANE BARTLEY:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers: OBIT: Mary Jane McKean d. 12 April 1886, Millmount Keady. Age 70. Buried, St. Marks, Armagh.. Wife of Wm. McKean, JP and daughter of George Bartley, Esq of Monaghan.

More About MARY ANNE JANE BARTLEY:
Burial: St. Marks, Armagh, Co. Armagh

Notes for WILLIAM MCKEAN:
PRONI D/991/6/1/9 "Of Millmount"
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: 1906 August 21, d. Wm. McKean at Millmount, Keady.

More About WILLIAM MCKEAN and MARY BARTLEY:
Marriage: 1844

Children of MARY BARTLEY and WILLIAM MCKEAN are:
i. ANNE5 MCKEAN.
20. ii. WILLIAM MCKEAN, b. 1850; d. 9 December 1911, Montano, Malone Park, Belfast.


Generation No. 5

17. DR. THOMAS HAMILTON5 REED (HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 14 June 1809. He married MARY ANNA HODGE. She died 1868 (Source: At the Ford of the Birches, 194.).

Notes for DR. THOMAS HAMILTON REED:
The middle name "Hamilton" comes from Dean William Orr's version of the family tree.

Notes for MARY ANNA HODGE:
ANother tree gives: "Marion Hodge of Killygoan"

Children of THOMAS REED and MARY HODGE are:
21. i. DR. ROBERT HAMILTON6 REED, b. 24 October 1847; d. 16 September 1881.
22. ii. SARAH JANE REED, d. 1 November 1920, "Ivetta", Skerries, Co. Dublin.
iii. MARTHA REED.
iv. LETITIA REED.
v. JOHN STEPHENSON REED, b. 1853; d. 8 April 1886, Cachar, India.

Notes for JOHN STEPHENSON REED:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. OBIT John Stephenson Reed (in another obit for him, the name is spelled "Reid") d. April 8, 1886 at Cachar India. Late of Slieveroe, Monaghan, age 33 years (had been at Cachar for some years).

vi. ANNIE REED, d. England.


18. CAROLINE5 BARTLEY (ROBERT4, GEORGE3, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) died 23 October 1877. She married EDMOND PINEROCK DENNISS.

Children of CAROLINE BARTLEY and EDMOND DENNISS are:
i. JESSY HARRUTH6 DENNISS, b. May 1852.
ii. EDMUND R. BARTLEY DENNISS, b. April 1854.
iii. AGUSTUS B WADIN DENNISS, b. March 1858; d. 1910.
iv. GEORGINA LOUISA DENNISS, b. June 1861; m. PERCY KEEN.


19. MARY5 COULTER (GEORGE BARTLEY4, JANE3 BARTLEY, HUGH2, GEORGE1) She married WM. GARDINER.

Children of MARY COULTER and WM. GARDINER are:
i. GEORGE BARTLEY COULTER6 GARDINER.
ii. WM GARDINER.
iii. JANE GARDINER.
iv. ALICE GARDINER.
v. FRED GARDINER.
vi. STANLEY GARDINER.


20. WILLIAM5 MCKEAN (MARY ANNE JANE4 BARTLEY, GEORGE3, HUGH2, GEORGE1) was born 1850, and died 9 December 1911 in Montano, Malone Park, Belfast. He married LYDIA HANNA 3 June 1875 in Elmwood Presbyterian, daughter of JOHN HANNA and MATILDA MCMORRAN. She died 1918.

Notes for WILLIAM MCKEAN:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers: MARRIAGE: 1875 McKean-Hanna. June 3. Elmwood Presbyterian. William McKean son of William McKean Esq., Millmount, Keady to Lydia Hanna, 4th daughter of Rev. John Hanna
DEATH: 1911, Dec 9, d. Wm. McKean at Montano, Malone Park, Belfast.

Notes for LYDIA HANNA:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. BIRTH 1876, son born March 26 to William & Lydia McKean, 8 Milton Terrace, Belfast.

More About WILLIAM MCKEAN and LYDIA HANNA:
Marriage: 3 June 1875, Elmwood Presbyterian

Children of WILLIAM MCKEAN and LYDIA HANNA are:
i. GEORGE BARTLEY6 MCKEAN, b. 1876; d. 2 September 1944; m. DOROTHY EMILY FORTESQUE DUNSTAN, 1909.

Notes for GEORGE BARTLEY MCKEAN:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. MARRIAGE: George Bartley McKean, M.B.B.S. (London) F.R.C.S.E. of Ledley, Hertfordshire - son of Wm. McKean, Montano, Malone Park, Belfast (a director of Co. Down Weaving Co. and later of Richardson, Sons & Owden - worked first for Wm. Ewart & Sons*) m. Dorothy Emily Fortesque Dunstan
* This snippet is from other pieces saved by whoever did these pages.
DEATH: George Bartley McKean, d. 1944, Sept 2 age 68 (a doctor).

More About GEORGE MCKEAN and DOROTHY DUNSTAN:
Marriage: 1909

23. ii. JOHN HANNA MCKEAN, d. 6 September 1920, Redlands, Deramore Park, Belfast.


Generation No. 6

21. DR. ROBERT HAMILTON6 REED (THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 24 October 1847, and died 16 September 1881 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.). He married MARGARET JACKSON 26 October 1875 in Derryvalley (see notes) (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.), daughter of DAVID JACKSON and ELIZABETH OLIVER. She was born 3 April 1853, and died 27 February 1944 in Ireland.

Notes for DR. ROBERT HAMILTON REED:
Source "Full Circle" p. 274 Robert Hamilton Reed was ordained elder in 1879. Also Robert Reed, MD from Slieveroe was amongst the list of contributors.
p. 279 A letter concerning the Manse Committee was addressed to R H Reed, Slieveroe, Dunraymond.
p. 326 Referred to as "Dr. Robert Hamilton Reed of Slieveroe"

SOURCE: Wendy Jack, June 2003: For Maggie's first husband, Robert Hamilton Reed, I have a date of birth of 24 October 1847. This came from the IGI on-line; no source material was available for the entry, so I have no idea how reliable it is. I found a reference to his death at Index to Obituaries of Irish-Born http://tiara.ie/obidxr.htm:
SURNAME, First Names: REED, Robert Hamilton Dr
Age: 34
Where from: Slieveroe MOG IRL
Paper: Cork Examiner (COR IRL)
When Published: 1881-9-21

If the birthdate of 24 Oct 1847 is correct, he would only have been 33 when he died, not 34.

September 16, 1881. Dr. Robert Hamilton Reed of Slieveroe. Age 34. Was coronor for the Northern Division of Monaghan and Medical Officer for Kilmore Dispensary District & also had a private practice. He died Friday night after "a tedious illness, the immediate cause of death being inflammation of the lungs". "He was kind and considerate to the poor never permitting personal inconvenience to interfere with what he considered his duty to them. In the dead of night he was as willing to hasten to their relief as at midday, and by frequent exposure in this way, it is to be feared his constitution became impaired and unable to withstand an attack which, when stronger, he could readily have shaken off". NOTE: Lord Rossmore and Colonel Lloyd came to his funeral & 70 members of the Masonic Order (he was Worshipful Master of Masonic Lodge #351 in Monaghan). SOURCE: PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers.

A family Bible (probably initially Mary "Mollie" McCullagh's) in the possession of Gika Jackson shows that he was married to Margaret Jackson at Derryvalley (by special licence) by Rev. Wm. Reid.

Notes for MARGARET JACKSON:
In a 1915 letter from Bessie Brown [ne Jackson] to her son, Thomas Brown, an Aunt Margaret is mentioned and is possibly this Margaret. Slieveroe is mentioned. Is this where she got married? Or where she lived?

From "Full Circle"
p. 325 "The war memorial and other Cahans tablets ... are now in First Ballybay." "In loving memory of Margaret McCullagh who died 27th February 1944. Erected by her children."
p. 326 "The McCullagh memorial was under the front window on the wall to the graveyard side. When she died in 1944, Mrs. Margaret McCullagh of Slieveroe had included in her will a clause expressing her wish that her son give [pounds] 5 yearly to Cahans in her memory 'where she had so long worshipped'. ...William Armour dedicated the memorial to one who had been 'for many years a staunch supporter of the congregation'[Presbyterian Herald, November 1950].

Family Bible held by Gika Jackson shows that she was married to Andrew Bradford McCullagh by Rev. David Jamieson.

More About ROBERT REED and MARGARET JACKSON:
Marriage: 26 October 1875, Derryvalley (see notes) (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.)

Children of ROBERT REED and MARGARET JACKSON are:
24. i. EVA OLIVER7 REED, b. 19 November 1876; d. 1968.
ii. MAUD ELIZABETH REED, b. 19 May 1878 (Source: Birthday book of Jeannie Moorhead.); d. Abt. 1958 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.); m. ALLAN E. SKUCE, Abt. 1902 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.); b. 15 June (Source: Birthday book of Jeannie Moorhead.); d. 1941.

Notes for MAUD ELIZABETH REED:
The fmily Bible in the possession of Gika Jackson gives a birth date of May 18, 1878.

More About ALLAN SKUCE and MAUD REED:
Marriage: Abt. 1902 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.)

iii. MARGARET HAMILTON REED, b. 1880; d. 1892.

Notes for MARGARET HAMILTON REED:
NOTE: Check the dates in the family Bible again - the birth in there (Feb 21, 1883) is too long after the death of her father - so I haven't used it.

iv. THOMAS JACKSON REED, b. 25 May 1881; d. 21 April 1956.

Notes for THOMAS JACKSON REED:
SOURCE "Full Circle"
p. 321 "A pleasant function took place at the home of Mr. T J Reed on Thursday evening, 6th July (1950?) when a deputation representative of Cahans Congregation waited upon Mr. Reed and made him the recipient of a small presentation as a token of their esteem on the occasion of his retirement from the congregational secretaryship - a position he has held, with great acceptance, for over 30 years (Monaghan Presbyterian, August 1950) ... T J Reed asked permission to put a plate up on the wall above the Reed pew in memory of his mother, Margaret Jackson Reed McCullagh 'who while health and strength permitted attended the church so faithfully and well for upwards of seventy years'. This was granted, and the McCullagh tablet put in place. It has been moved to First Ballybay.
"Drs Thomas Reed and his son, Robert Hamilton Reed served the congregation and the community for many years and the dispensary at Slieveroe continued until the 1950s.
p. 325 Plaque: In loving memory of Margaret McCullagh who died 27th February 1944 erected by her children.
"When she died in 1944, Mrs. Margaret McCullagh of Slieveroe had included in her will a clause expressing her wish that her son give 5 pounds yearly to Cahans in her memory 'where she had so long worshipped'."

SOURCE: "At the Ford of the Birches"
p.194 gives the spelling "Reid" "In memory of Dr. Thomas Reid, Slieveroe, died in 1871; his wife Mary Anne died 1868; their son Dr. R. Reid died 1881; his daughter Marjorie died 1892, his wife Margaret, later wife of Andrew McCullagh, died 1944 and her son Thomas Jackson Reid, died 21st April 1956." The dates of tally for the people who I have until now been calling "Reed".

SOURCE: Family Bible at Gika Jacksons - gives a birth date of May 25, 1880 - one year off what I had before.


22. SARAH JANE6 REED (THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) (Source: Affidavit of Robert T Wright 30 April 1937.) died 1 November 1920 in "Ivetta", Skerries, Co. Dublin (Source: (1) Wright of Yorkshire and Monaghan., (2) Affidavit of Robert T Wright 30 April 1937.). She married ROBERT WRIGHT (Source: Wright of Yorkshire and Monaghan.) 17 November 1863, son of ROBERT WRIGHT and MARGARET SWAN. He was born 1824 (Source: Wright of Yorkshire and Monaghan.), and died 9 December 1883 in Barton End, Alton (Source: (1) Wright of Yorkshire and Monaghan., (2) Affidavit of Robert T Wright 30 April 1937.).

Notes for ROBERT WRIGHT:
Notes from Brian McDonald: Robert T. Wright of Ballinode, Co. Monahan (see "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage". "Robert T. Wright was manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, Newry, Co. Down, member of the United Countries Club, Newry and resided on Hill Street Newry. (See. Burke's Peerage and Baronatage for Coat of Arms).

SORCE Affidavit of Robert T Wright (son of Robert Wright) 30 April 1937: Of Ballinode, tenant from year to year of Mullaghmore West & Killygrallen (see folio 3701, Co. Monaghan) Died intestate. His wife continued to live on the lands and to receive the rents until 1906. Robert T. Wright claimed to have an indentured mtg against the property. The lands consisted of a corn mill and fiftten houses in the village of Ballinode together with a little over 72 acres of land. On June 1, 1906, Sarah Jane Wright bought the lands. At the time of this action, the son did not know where Annie Johnston was living, John S. WRIGHT lived at The Homestead, The Crescent, Felpham, Bognor, Regis, Sussex; Margaret Louise lived at The Grange, Hook, Hants, England, widow; James Francis WRIGHT at Gilford Castle and William Joseph Wright died about 4 years before the affidavit, believed to be a batchelor.

More About ROBERT WRIGHT and SARAH REED:
Marriage: 17 November 1863

Children of SARAH REED and ROBERT WRIGHT are:
25. i. ROBERT THOMAS7 WRIGHT, b. 25 November 1864, Monaghan, Monaghan, Ireland; d. 24 June 1937, Barton End, Alton, Hants, UK.
26. ii. MARY ANNE WRIGHT, b. 18 August 1866, Monaghan, Monaghan, Ireland.
iii. MARGARET LOUISA WRIGHT (Source: LDS British Vital Records Index.), b. 28 December 1868, Monaghan, County Monaghan, Ireland; m. (1) JOHN HATTON PORTER-HATTON; m. (2) DAVID JACKSON, 28 December 1893; b. 16 November 1855; d. 27 July 1903, Yokohama, Japan.

More About MARGARET LOUISA WRIGHT:
Date born 2: 28 December (Source: Birthday book of Jeannie Moorhead.)

Notes for JOHN HATTON PORTER-HATTON:
THE HATTONS OF WEXFORD and IRELAND
Wexford Hattons of Great Clonard (via John) and Prospect (via Loftus)
Compiled January 1999 by David A. Crerar, 1166 Melville Street #1501, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6E 4P5
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nspictou/elect_text/wexfordhattons.html
i. HARIETTE HATTON = Rev. James Porter
The Reverend James Porter was of Drumnakilly, Armagh. They had one son:
i. JOHN HATTON PORTER-HATTON (b.1858) = Margaret Louisa Wright (Jackson)
John Porter was of Prospect, Wexford. He assumed the additional surname and arms of Hatton by Royal Licence 5 October 1908 [see G.D.Ms. 802, no.8](Arms: 1st and 4th, azure on a chevron between three garbs or an annulet gules (Hatton), 2nd and 3rd per chevron argent and sable, three bells countercharged, a bordure gules (Porter). Motto: Virtus tutissima cassis) [Irish Genealogy Office, MS 111, pp.231-32]. He married in 1905 Margaret Louisa, who was widow of David Jackson of Yokohama, Companion of the Imperial Order of the Rising Sun ( brother of Sir Thomas Jackson, Bart) and who was the daughter of Robert T. Wright. formerly of Ballinode, Monaghan County [Burke’s Peerage]. He was the Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, Newry, Co.Down, N.Ireland, and lived on Hill Street. He was member of the United Counties Club, Newry [see Burke’s for Coat of Arms].


Notes for DAVID JACKSON:
A presentation Bowl with Chrysanthemum Design of the late 18th early 20th Century was presented to David Jackson by the Emperor Meiji in appreciation of his work in setting up the banking system in Japan. It was donated by his descendant, David Hugh Plunkett Brown to the Vancouver Museum. A photo of it can be seen on page 157 of "The Arts of Meiji Japan 1868-1912". Apparently a candelabra was also given to him, but the whereabouts of that is not known to us at this time. The chrysanthemum pattern is to signify long life. The presentation was to celebrate David Jackson receiving "The Order of the Rising Sun".

SOURCE: "At the Ford of the Birches"
p. 209 David Jackson apparently attended the Annaneese School (Presbyterian) "David Jackson, Bank Manager in Hong Kong" The school was 26' by 15' by 8' and was built of stone and lime construction with a slated roof. It was built "near McCooey's cross" and had been in existence from 1860. It is possible that it closed down in 1879 when David Ranson became principal of Church Street School.

HSBC Group Archives April 2003
1877 - Joins London Office of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
1878 - Agent Bombay
May 1878 - East to join Shanghai office
1882 - Shanghai Salary $200
April 1883 - May 1884 - Hankow [now Wuhan]
May 1883 - Shanghai
June 1884 - Hankow, acting Agent
August 1886 - Hankow, Agent, salary $6000
1887 - briefly in India
Dec 1887 - Shanghai, Sub manager
May 1888 - Bombay [now Mumbai] acting Agent
1893 - Yokohama, Manager
Jan 1897 12 months leave, extended to two years
1899 - Yokohama, Manager
Service ends between July 1903 and July 1904
(SHARON'S NOTE: We know that he died of an aneurism of the heart 27 July 1903)

More About DAVID JACKSON and MARGARET WRIGHT:
Marriage: 28 December 1893

27. iv. MARTHA WRIGHT, b. 30 October 1870, Monaghan, County Monaghan, Ireland; d. Bef. 1937, Killykeera, Smithborough, County Monaghan.
v. JOHN STEVENSON REED WRIGHT (Source: (1) Wright of Yorkshire and Monaghan, This is a family page shared with me by Christine Wright on October 8, 2003., (2) Affidavit of Robert T Wright 30 April 1937.), b. 1877; d. 1941; m. NELLIE RICKETT; b. 1879; d. 1956.

Notes for JOHN STEVENSON REED WRIGHT:
Imperial Bank of Persia, Bushire. The records at HSBC for the Imperial Bank of Persia show him to have an uneven career with many problems with personal debt.

vi. WILLIAM JOSEPH WRIGHT (Source: Affidavit of Robert T Wright 30 April 1937.), b. 1872; d. 1933.

Notes for WILLIAM JOSEPH WRIGHT:
Never married.

28. vii. JAMES FRANCIS WRIGHT, b. 17 November 1874; d. 22 April 1954, The Castle, Gilford.


23. JOHN HANNA6 MCKEAN (WILLIAM5, MARY ANNE JANE4 BARTLEY, GEORGE3, HUGH2, GEORGE1) (Source: PRONI/991/6/1/9.) died 6 September 1920 in Redlands, Deramore Park, Belfast. He married HELEN LOUISE MCKEAN June 1903, daughter of JAMES MCKEAN and HELEN TYNDALE.

Notes for JOHN HANNA MCKEAN:
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. MARRIAGE: 1903, June 3 at St. Peters, Laragh, County Monaghan - J.H. McKean (linen merchant in Belfast) son of Wm. McKean, Montano, Malone Park, Belfast m. Helen McKean daughter of James McKean, JP Laragh House, Castleblayney. BIRTH: May 21 at Montano, Malone Park, Belfast a daughter of JH & Helen McKean
DEATH: 1920, Sept 6 d. J.H. McKean, son of Wm. McKean of Montano, d. at home, Redlands, Deramore Park, Belfast.

Notes for HELEN LOUISE MCKEAN:
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of Laragh"

More About JOHN MCKEAN and HELEN MCKEAN:
Marriage: June 1903

Children of JOHN MCKEAN and HELEN MCKEAN are:
i. LYDIA7 MCKEAN.
ii. HELEN JOY MCKEAN, b. 1907.


Generation No. 7

24. EVA OLIVER7 REED (ROBERT HAMILTON6, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 19 November 1876, and died 1968. She married JAMES USSHER 15 June 1904 (Source: McCullagh Bible at Gika Jackson's.). He was born 1875, and died 1947.

More About JAMES USSHER and EVA REED:
Marriage: 15 June 1904 (Source: McCullagh Bible at Gika Jackson's.)

Children of EVA REED and JAMES USSHER are:
i. MARJORIE ELEANOR8 USSHER, b. 3 April 1905; d. 16 July 1985 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.).

Notes for MARJORIE ELEANOR USSHER:
Wendy Jack's records give a birth date of April 8, 1904.

ii. FLORENCE MAUD USSHER, b. July 1906 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.).
iii. ERNA DOROTHY USSHER, b. February 1908; d. 1993 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.).
29. iv. JAMES NEVILLE BUTLER USSHER, b. 23 February 1916.


25. ROBERT THOMAS7 WRIGHT (SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 25 November 1864 in Monaghan, Monaghan, Ireland (Source: IGI v. 5..), and died 24 June 1937 in Barton End, Alton, Hants, UK. He married LUCY DANBY. She was born 1875, and died 1938.

Notes for ROBERT THOMAS WRIGHT:
Robert T. Wright of HSBC.

Robert T. WRIGHT is the brother of Margaret Louisa WRIGHT (wife of David JACKSON) and Martha WRIGHT (wife of Thompson BROWN). Details of other links will likely be nailed down when we get access to a copy of the probated will of George Austin Thompson BROWN, son of Martha & Thompson BROWN. The link is of interest in creating a fuller sense of the family culture and connections in international banking. I suspect a connection with the WRIGHT family of Gilford Castle, but have little to go on at this point beyond proximity and intuition as well as the brokerage firm of Wright & Hornby in Hong Kong.

Service Record of Robert T. WRIGHT from Group Archives of the HSBC

1883 Joins London office of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
May 1886 East to join Hong Kong office
Aug 1891 received special increase from $200 to $225 a month " having rendered
valuable service over the past five years" (HSBC Board Minutes)
April 1898 Hong Kong, 'Bookkeeper', requested and given permission to marry
Sept 1898 Board votes him a sum of $2500 on the occasion of his marriage in view
of the "important post he held and the most efficient way in which he
performs his duties" (HSBC Board Minutes)
March 1901 On leave
1902 Hong Kong
1904 Amoy [now Xiamen], acting Agent
1905 Rangoon, Burma [now Yangon, Myanmar], Agent
April 1907 On leave
1908 Hankow [Wuhan], Agent
1909 Kobe, Agent
1911 Yokohama, Manager
1924 Kobe, Manager
Service ends between August 1924 and 1925.

There is also an interesting description of the Yokohama Earthquake in The History of the Hongkong Shanghai Bank, Vol III, Frank H.H. King, Cambridge Press, 1988 p.141-143

The staff were able to stuff cheques from the clearing in their pockets, carry two cash boxes, and put large numbers of ledgers and other books into a cart commandeered from the Post Office, which was situated next door. unfortunately the books could not be got to the ships and they were subsequently burnt. Most of the staff, however, got on board the Empress of Australia, which had been preparing to leave port when the earthquake struck; J. Caldwell arrived too late, but boarded the French Andre Lebon.

When the staff were able to return temporarily to search the ruins, they recovered various other items, including securities from the safe which Caldwell reached just in time, although a looter was making off with some of the packages; R. T .Wright, the Manager, had the securities insured by cable from the ship.

From entries in Kings history of the Hongkong Shanghai Bank, I know that in 1886, R.T. WRIGHT was the manager of HKSB Yokohama.
Also, R.T. WRIGHT was the manager of the Yokohama Branch 1910-1923 and "would be caught in the Yokohama or Kanto earthquake of 1923 and who transferred the main Japanese office to Kobe". This may be the son of the first R.T. WRIGHT - I have yet to dig that out.This is the "Tim" Wright 1864- 1937 who married Lucy Danby 1875-1938 (SOURCE Gilford Castle Family Tree)

In the footnotes relating to this account, King directs us to: the C.R. Rice account in J.R. Jones, “Personalities “file from James Cardwell, oral history interview and from J.R. Jones “Branches” file all in Group Archives. See also “Branches” p. 95, p. 97. This will have to await further exploration.

Folio 3701 - filed an affidavit to claim lands of Mullaghmore West & Killygrallen owned by his mother Sarah Jane WRIGHT. He lived at Barton End, Alton in Hampshire England at this time. "formerly of Ballinode but then of Hong Kong in China". Since he died in 1937 and the suit was launched either in that year or the year before, he may never have seen it through. His only daughter was Mrs D.L. Newbigging of Shanghai. (SOURCE OBIT)

Transcription of Miss McCready's news clippings saved in a diary at Gilford Castle. WRIGHT - On June 24, 1937, suddenly at Barton End, Alton, Hants, ROBERT THOMAS WRIGHT (TIM) late of Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Yokohama, in his 73rd year. Funeral, Frimley Parish Church, 3:30 p.m., today (Saturday). (China and Japan papers, please copy).

Children of ROBERT WRIGHT and LUCY DANBY are:
i. UNNAMED8 WRIGHT, m. D.L. NEWBIGGING.

Notes for D.L. NEWBIGGING:
Of Shanghai. SORCE RT WRIGHT Obit.

ii. CAPTAIN R.F. WRIGHT.


26. MARY ANNE7 WRIGHT (SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 18 August 1866 in Monaghan, Monaghan, Ireland (Source: IGI v. 5..). She married UNNAMED JOHNSTON.

Notes for MARY ANNE WRIGHT:
This is probably the Annie Wright who married an unknown Johnston.

in 1902 she lived at 77 Kansas Avenue, Belfast. SORCE 1937 Affidavit.

Child of MARY WRIGHT and UNNAMED JOHNSTON is:
i. T8 JOHNSTON.

Notes for T JOHNSTON:
Source: R.T. Wright funeral news clipping T. Johnston newphew


27. MARTHA7 WRIGHT (SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) (Source: LDS British Vital Records Index.) was born 30 October 1870 in Monaghan, County Monaghan, Ireland, and died Bef. 1937 in Killykeera, Smithborough, County Monaghan. She married THOMPSON BROWN, son of THOMPSON BROWN and ELIZABETH JACKSON. He was born 21 August 1868 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.), and died 28 August 1942 in Killynure House, Armagh (Source: Newsclipping from McCready.).

Notes for MARTHA WRIGHT:
There are 11 cousins on the Wright side.

David Hugh Plunkett Brown got a letter from one of these cousins suggesting that since they had all benefited from the Estate of George Austin Jackson Brown (to the tune of $3,000 each) that a drinking fountain be set up in his memory. David wrote back saying that he had other things to do rather than a drinking fountain in Australia. His brother and sister found out about this afterwards.

Notes for THOMPSON BROWN:
Story told by a neighbour, Eugene Fegan who was seven years old at the time, "Thompson Brown, he just dropped dead in the yard." On my most recent visit, I asked him about this again. "I seen him walk down the lane there, between the chestnut trees. OUt walking, he were. And he just like that. Fell over. It made a big impression on me. A private funeral it was. Strange." This last comment would refer to the fact that there would be no following of the casket to the resting place as was the custom in the Catholic community (which Eugene and his family would have belonged to).

His only son died in Australia.

SOURCE: HSBC Group Archives:
1886 - Joins London office of HSBC
1890 - May, east to join Shanghai office
1891 - Tientsin (now Tianjin) April
1893 - Hong Kong
1899 - Amoy (Xiamen)

Transcription of Miss McCready's news clippings saved in a diary at Gilford Castle. BROWN - August 28, 1942, at Killynure House, Armagh, Thompson, eldest son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Thompson Brown. Funeral strictly private. No flowers.

Child of MARTHA WRIGHT and THOMPSON BROWN is:
i. GEORGE AUSTIN THOMPSON8 BROWN, b. Abt. 1902; d. 26 August 1963, Stanhope, Victoria, Australia (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families, Title Indexes to DeathsPublication: Registry of Births. Deaths and Marriages, Victoria, AustraliaNote No 19542/1963Probate Index, Victoria. 1841-1992Publication: Macbeth Genealogical Books, Melbourne 1992Note: Series 601, No. 634.).

Notes for GEORGE AUSTIN THOMPSON BROWN:
He was a farmer in Stanhope, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1963 leaving no will.

More About GEORGE AUSTIN THOMPSON BROWN:
Occupation: Farmer
Will: Left no will


28. JAMES FRANCIS7 WRIGHT (SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 17 November 1874 (Source: Passport 1926.), and died 22 April 1954 in The Castle, Gilford (Source: Death Certificate 1954.). He married MARY MENARY, daughter of WILLIAM MENARY and MARY JACKSON. She was born 5 November 1872 (Source: Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families.), and died 29 August 1946.

Notes for JAMES FRANCIS WRIGHT:
Was in Boer War.
Lived at Gilford Castle. (SOURCE: Wendy Jack)
Great grandfather of Major Wright of Gilford Castle.
Bought Urker in 1935.

In 1902 Stockbroker in Manilla, Phillipines (SOURCE: 1937 Affidavit)

This is most likely as well the one associated with Hornby & Wright (or Wright & Hornby - I forget) as the signature of a Hornby is on the loan to Thompson Brown from James F Wright.

Transcription of Miss McCready's news clippings saved in a diary at Gilford Castle.
The resignation of his commission in the Hongkong Volunteer Defence Corps of Captain James Francis Wright with effect from October 3, 1939, has been approved by H.E. the Governor. (this may have been his son - just guessing here. Sharon Oddie Brown)

Notes for MARY MENARY:
1906 letter from Mary Griffin to Sarah Whiteside: "I am in a little anxiety about Mollie and her care just now as there has been a terrible typoon in Hong Kong and loss of life and I am sure she has been well frightened if not hurt"

Child of JAMES WRIGHT and MARY MENARY is:
30. i. JAMES FRANCIS8 WRIGHT, b. 30 December 1902.


Generation No. 8

29. JAMES NEVILLE BUTLER8 USSHER (EVA OLIVER7 REED, ROBERT HAMILTON6, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 23 February 1916. He married ROSEMARY JOYCE ADAMS 12 January 1942 in Abington CHurch, Northampton, UK. She was born 1921.

Notes for JAMES NEVILLE BUTLER USSHER:
Transcription of Miss McCready's news clippings saved in a diary at Gilford Castle.
Ussher-Adams - January 12, 1942, at Abington Church, Northampton by Rev H.M. Glascow (Army Chaplain) - James Neville Butler, 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, only son of Mr. & Mrs. Jas Ussher of Braeside, Princetown Road, Bangor, Co. Down to Rosemary Joyce, only daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Oliver Adams of Kempstone, Christchurch Road, Northampton
USSHER - October 27, 1943, at Northampton to Rosemary wife of Lieut. J.N.B. Ussher - a daughter.

More About JAMES USSHER and ROSEMARY ADAMS:
Marriage: 12 January 1942, Abington CHurch, Northampton, UK

Children of JAMES USSHER and ROSEMARY ADAMS are:
31. i. ELIZABETH9 USSHER, b. 27 October 1943.
ii. OLIVIA USSHER, b. 27 September 1958.


30. JAMES FRANCIS8 WRIGHT (JAMES FRANCIS7, SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 30 December 1902. He married DORIS MARY MARGUARITE BRANDT 1 September 1927, daughter of JAMES HERBERT BACKHOUSE. She was born 1904.

More About JAMES WRIGHT and DORIS BRANDT:
Marriage: 1 September 1927

Children of JAMES WRIGHT and DORIS BRANDT are:
32. i. MICHAEL9 WRIGHT, b. 25 March 1928, Hong Kong; d. April 1995, Craigavon Hospital, Portadown, Ireland.
33. ii. ELIZABETH WRIGHT.


Generation No. 9

31. ELIZABETH9 USSHER (JAMES NEVILLE BUTLER8, EVA OLIVER7 REED, ROBERT HAMILTON6, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 27 October 1943. She married HAMISH MACPHERSON 1968.

More About HAMISH MACPHERSON and ELIZABETH USSHER:
Marriage: 1968

Children of ELIZABETH USSHER and HAMISH MACPHERSON are:
i. ANNA10 MACPHERSON, b. 24 January 1969.
ii. ROBERT USSHER MACPHERSON, b. 25 August 1970.
iii. JULIE KAREN MACPHERSON, b. 29 March 1973.


32. MICHAEL9 WRIGHT (JAMES FRANCIS8, JAMES FRANCIS7, SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) was born 25 March 1928 in Hong Kong, and died April 1995 in Craigavon Hospital, Portadown, Ireland. He married (1) ROSEMARY RENNISON 7 April 1951. He married (2) CHRISTINE JOHNSON 30 September 1969. She was born 5 June 1941 in Marketharborough, Leicestershire, UK.

Notes for MICHAEL WRIGHT:
Hal's note mentions Urker. Divorced Rosemary.

More About MICHAEL WRIGHT and ROSEMARY RENNISON:
Marriage: 7 April 1951

More About MICHAEL WRIGHT and CHRISTINE JOHNSON:
Marriage: 30 September 1969

Children of MICHAEL WRIGHT and ROSEMARY RENNISON are:
i. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL JAMES10 WRIGHT, b. 1953; d. 1993.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL JAMES WRIGHT:
Committed suicide the day before he was to leave for a job in Hong Kong.

ii. NICHOLAS PATRICK WRIGHT, b. 1958.
iii. DAVID CHARLES WRIGHT.


Children of MICHAEL WRIGHT and CHRISTINE JOHNSON are:
iv. LUCIE CATHERINE10 WRIGHT, b. 12 May 1972.
v. JAMES HENRY FRANCIS WRIGHT (Source: email August 27, 2003 from James Wright.), b. 13 February 1974.


33. ELIZABETH9 WRIGHT (JAMES FRANCIS8, JAMES FRANCIS7, SARAH JANE6 REED, THOMAS HAMILTON5, HAMILTON4, ESTHER3 BARTLEY, ROBERT2, GEORGE1) She married WILLIAM MURRAY.

Children of ELIZABETH WRIGHT and WILLIAM MURRAY are:
i. MICHAEL10 MURRAY, b. 1959.
ii. JANE MURRAY, b. 1967.

 

 

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