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recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood

Farrer, Family, of Ewood.

recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood

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Published in [Halifax] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy R. Bretton. November 4th, 1939.
ContributionsBretton, R.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.p. (159)-207 :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17264917M

concerning Ralph de Cromwell, Maud de Bernake and the manor of Tateshal. There is an additional descent from this couple to a 17th century emigrant, William Farrar of Virginia, via FitzWilliam of Sprotborough and Bosvile of Ardsley. That descent is given below for your reference. Cheers. Quickmere is the eastern edge of Saddleworth, with its eastern border being the old county boundary with Lancashire. It comprised Acres, 0 roods and 26 perches (rods or poles, See 'area' for explanation). It was divided into.. Upper division of Quickmere (High Moor) Acres 0 roods 3 perches. William Wrightson in his book mentions Elizabeth dau of Thom Garland of Todwick. I can only locate an Elizabeth of Todwick dau of John as shown on the page for Elizabeth as linked above Robert's Estates were left to Thomas , not John (taken from the book of Cusworth Hall by Gordon Smith).


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A Recorded Pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood: Bretton R. Royal Arms in our Churches: Bretton R. The Waterhouse Coats of Arms: Bretton R.

Ashday in Southowram: Bretton R. Giles House, Lightcliffe: Field Book. John Farrar did not reside at the family estate Ewood, his brothers' widow, Ellen (Blakey) Farrer continued to reside there for some time. John Farrer was the first of the recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood book granted the right to bear arms, his son Henry also recording his pedigree in and This book is the basis for study the William Farrar family tree.

It takes the ancestry back to England. Holmes who wrote the book is a Farrar descendant. There is an interesting history and all a part of the development of America. Her companion book is Some Farrar Island Descendants lists some Reviews: 1. 27 Aug - Explore christinep's recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood book "Farrer family" on Pinterest.

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-- Cited by: Though it is known that John Farrer preferred to live at Croxton, Lincolnshire near his wife's family the Kelkes rather than at Ewood, the Farrar recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood book estate since Christening records of two of the sons of John and Cecily Farrar seem to confirm that the family resided at Croxton:Author: Space Camp Utah.

The following extract are from pp17/22 of Iter Lancastrense by Richard James (Ms written ) ed Thomas Corser and published by Chetham Society - the poem is lines in length - the introduction to the edition ppi-cxii with pp comprising the notes.

- see Family History in Moore's Old Manx Families and Harrison's notes ITER LANCASTRENSEMissing: Farrers of Ewood. Jason Farrer s managed by Jason Farrer last edited 29 Sep 87 Ethel Winifred Farrer Hampstead, London, England - managed by Richard Oliver last edited 31 Aug John Bernard Farrer 25 Oct - 10 May managed by Cindy Scott-Turner last edited 16 Aug Full text of "The pedigree directory, a list of pedigrees and of those interested in pedigrees, in one alphaget.A key to the vast store of information in private hands" See other formats cs S53x THE PEDIGREE DIRECTORY, Missing: Farrers of Ewood.

Contents page 2 A short history of Towneley and the people who lived there page 16 The pedigree of the Towneleys of Towneley page 18 Notes about the pedigree.

The title became extinct on the death of Oliver Farrer, 4th Baron Farrer in Arms: Argent on a bend engrailed Recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood book four horse shoes of the : A Quatrefoil with a horse shoe between two wings all ters: On either side a horse reguardant Argent gorged with a riband pendant therefrom an escutcheon both Sable charged with two horseshoes palewise : Ferre va ferme.

Midgley near Halifax, Miclei 1 or Micleie 2 is mentioned in the Domesday book () as one of the nine outlying sub-manors or beriwicks (berewics*) belonging to the lordship of Wakefield.

By the 's Migelaia 2 is recorded for the hamlet of Midgley near Wakefield. The property was formerly owned by the Okes family, but in Ewood and its lands were conveyed by the owner Edmund Pylkington to Henry Ferror, or Farrer, who built Ewood en: Edward Ferror, John Ferror, Unknown Ferror, William Recorded pedigree of the Farrers of Ewood book.

An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May Notes taken from Northern Notes & Queries. Tree of the family of Stirling, Cameron and Strarudie in Fife. A booklet on the family in Coupar Angus and Edinburgh. The families of Kinhilt and Drumore, most probably taken from P.H.M'Kerlie's, 'Lands and.

I refer to the book The Limerick Huntingdon Ferrars by Michael Ferraryou can google this easily. - The Ferrar family is hard to research with a few varieties of spelling ferrar, farrar, ferror, ferrar, de ferrers, etc etc. Making things harder is that they are often called William, John, Henry, Richard, Hugh etc.

is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content. The Farrar's Island Family and Its English Ancestry. Alvahn Holmes Church College Colonel colony Council Court dated daughter death deed descendants died early Elizabeth England Esquire evidently Ewood executor Farrar's Island father George give given governor granted Halifax Parish Hall heir held Henrico County Henry About Google Books.

The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. WILLIAM FARRAR of Ewood co. York, m. Margaret daughter of Hugh Lacy of Brearley ; had issue: Henry, eldest son, ob.s.p.

John, see below: 1 William Farrar, of Virginia, married Mrs. Cicily Jordan, widow of Samuel Jordan. The question as to Cicily's maiden name and her several marriages are now being made the subject of research by Mrs. Cook and. The tale of the second year,yet remains to be written ".

Reginald Farrer () was a wealthy plant collector who travelled extensively, and a writer of a number of books, best known for 'My Rock Garden'. In Farrer embarked on the first of his expeditions to Eastern Asia, visiting China, Korea and, particularly Japan.

The property was formerly owned by the Okes family, but in Ewood and its lands were conveyed by the owner Edmund Pylkington to Henry ferror, or Farrer. Henry left no children and his brother John inherited all his vast estates, including Ewood.

In his will, John Farrer, the Elder of London, Esq., bequeathed property in Great Amwell, Hoddesdon and Broxburne, Herefordshire, and 20 Pounds annuities from the Farrar estate, "Ewood" in Yorkshire to his son, William Farrar, (I) of Virginia, and in a codicil dated 24 Aprhe leaves William (I) "of Virginia" 50 Pounds "on his return into England" and if he be not living it should be reserved for Memorial ID: View Source.

Note No. 1 Will of James Farrer Jan 20th, James Farrer of Ewood in the county of York, Esquire. I give my several mannors or Lordships of Midgley in the parish of Halifax and Wortley als.

Wickley in the parish of Leeds and Saddleworth & Quick and also one rent charge or charges of six pounds per annum. Save 84% off the newsstand price. On Aptwelve white jurors entered a federal courtroom in Cincinnati, Ohio, to deliver the verdict in a now-forgotten lawsuit about American slavery Missing: pedigree.

Accession number Creator Description of records Covering dates settlement of John Farrer of Ewood, s add FEDORA (Federation of Oxshott Residents and add Surrey Federation of Women's Institutes Additional branch records including record and minute books relating to Woldingham, Bletchingley, Brook and Sandhills, The.

A New Plantagenet Descent, via Lacy of Brearley By John Ravilious Decem at Sunday, 26 December, Hello All, I hope everyone in the extended family has had a very merry Christmas.

Pedigree Mum book. Read 75 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Laugh-out-loud funny from the author that bought you Mum On The Run/5. Frank Peel Please note that this index is given in good faith as a guide to the contents of the book, but there may be errors in both the original index and the transcription of the index.

Numbers in brackets give the number of pages referenced when greater than one. The descent of Dr. Lillian K.P. Farrar, M.D. of New York from the Farrers of Ewood, Yorkshire proving her title to the arms of that family recorded in the College of Arms in July Edward IV's French expedition of the leaders and their badges, being Ms.

John Farrer specified that his sons Henry and John, who were occupying the property Great Amwell at the time should relinquish it to William, which they did, for at the time William sold his inheritance to them, Henry was "of Reading, Berkshire," and John of Ewood, John having purchased Ewood.

John* FARRERwas born in in Ewood, Yorkshire, England. He signed a will on 14 Nov in London, Greater London, England. ,, Will of John Farrar, the elder, of London, Esqr., proved 28 May " Nov. 14 Novembris xiiii Anno Serenissimi domini nostri Caroli Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae et Hiberniae Regis fid.

Def. Tertio. It is going to be difficult to trace your ancestry if all you know is your grandparents names, but fortunately England has better record keeping than America.

One of my project members is a Terry Farr, he lives in Surrey, England, and he is a cozen (DNA) tells the story. No evidence of this has been found, as the earliest recorded Farrar ancestor was Henry (Feror, Ferror, Farrer) who built Ewood Hall, Mytholmroyd/Midgley, West Riding Yorkshire, England in There were some 15 Henry Farrers living in Yorkshire in that time period.

All related but not known how. Farrar/Farrer DNA is unique. As the second eldest son John Farrer inherited the estates, including Ewood, of his brother Henry after his death without heirs in John Farrar did not reside at the family estate Ewood, his brothers' widow, Ellen (Blakey) Farrer continued to reside there for some time.

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Condition: Poor. Volume 2. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory.

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Middleton Hall, Westmoreland by Curwen, John F and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at inherited lands of Ewood and Midgley from brother Henry on his death, July [6] will datedproven [The Pedigree of Farrar[12], and A. Holmes, p. 51[6], citing the will of ' John Farrer the elder of London, Esquire, of Aldermanbury Parish ' ] NOTE: identified erroneously in pedigree of Farrer, of.

The pdf of pdf Preston family comprise estate papers, especially for Kelfield and Moreby in the East Riding, though there are estate papers also in some number for Stillingfleet. In addition there are a few papers for estates in the North and West Ridings and there are seventeenth and nineteenth century manorial records for Kelfield.Pedigree of Chauncy, extracted from President Charles Chauncy, His Ancestors and Descendants A Chauncey Ancestress / James Chilton First Ancestor of the Chipmans in N.

England.The lack ebook an index was considered by many reviewers to be the only shortcoming to Farrer's work, ebook so the present volume, a thorough index to the first three volumes, was published in Clay has indexed the content by persons and places (persons are further distinguished by description and occupation), source and chart pedigree.".