Rev. 6 May 2009, Gen. 35








William Graves (1) may have been born about 1600.  He lived in Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland.  He died intestate, and was buried at St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda, Ireland.  He married Grace ‑‑‑‑‑‑, whose will was proved 19 Dec. 1672.  She was buried next to her husband at St. Peter’s.

It is believed that this William Graves may have been a son of Richard Graves of London, b. 1572, descended from the Graves family of Yorkshire and Mickleton Manor, Gloucestershire, England.  There is information in that genealogy, however, that disputes this claim.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

  2.  Francis Graves; the eldest son.

+3.  William Graves, m. Esther ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d.c. 1682.

  4.  Edmund Graves (of Drogheda), m. Margaret Osborne.

  5.  Margaret Graves, m. Mr. Braye (or Bray).

+6.  Jane Graves, m. Thomas Boleyn.

+7.  Charity Graves, m. Thomas Leigh.






William Graves (3) lived in Rathmullen, Co. Meath, Ireland.  His will was proved 29 June 1682, to be buried in St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland.  His will mentioned his cousin, Rt. Rev. Tobian Pullein, Bishop of Dromore.  He married Esther ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+8.  Thomas Graves, married.

  9.  Edmund Graves

  10.  Margaret Graves, m. Mr. Aiken.

  11.  Bridget Graves, m. James Aiken.

  12.  Elizabeth Graves

  13.  Anne Graves

+14.  Francis Graves, married, d.c. 1722.


Jane Graves (6) married Capt. Thomas Boleyn.  He was descended from the honorable family of that name, formerly seated at Bloxhall in Suffolk Co., England.  (R‑1)

Children - Boleyn

+15.  Godfrey Boleyn, m. Mary Singleton.


Charity Graves (7) married Thomas Leigh of Drogheda, Co. Louth.  He was a descendant of the Leigh family of Elsmore, Co. Salop, England (See Successive List of the Clergy of the Diocese of Down by Rev. James B. Leslie.).  (R‑1)

Children - Leigh

+16.  Elizabeth Leigh, m. Tobian Pullein.






Thomas Graves (8) moved from Rathmullen, Co. Meath, to Maryborough, Queens Co. (now Leix Co.), Ireland.  He raised sheep, sold the wool, and was a skinner and glover.  He married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+17.  Andrew Graves, married.

  18.  Thomas Graves of Dublin; had children.

  19.  James Graves; had children.


Francis Graves (14) lived in Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland.  His will was proved 30 July 1722.  He married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

  20.  William Graves, m. Jane Osborn, 1722, d. 1762.  He was of Laundy’s Castle, Mayor of Drogheda.  She was dau. of Henry Osborn of Julianstown, Co. Meath, and his wife Margaret Dopping Heppenstal of Dopping Court, Dublin.

  21.  Margaret Graves, m. Thomas Chamney, 1715.  He was of Platten Hall, Co. Meath and Co. Wexford, d. 1725, son of John Chamney of Co. Wicklow and of Co. Wexford, Ireland, 1650-1733, m. 1686 a dau. of Thomas Bacon, will pr. 1746.  (Thomas Chamney’s sister Elizabeth Chamney m. Percival Hunt.  See Chamney and Hunt.)



Godfrey Boleyn (15) married Mary Singleton.  She was a sister of the Rt. Hon. Henry Singleton, Prime Sergeant, Chief Justice of Common Pleas and Master of the Rolls in this kingdom, died 1740 (who died then?).  (R‑1)

Children - Boleyn

  22.  Patience Boleyn, m. (Rt. Rev.) Robert Howard, 1724.  She was sole heiress of her parents.  He was Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, Lord Bishop of Elphin.  He succeeded his brother at Shelton, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, where the family had long been seated.  He was a son of Ralph Howard, b. 1638, who succeeded at Shelton.  He was M.C. 1667 at the College of Dublin and became professor of that University.  He m. Catherine Sotheby of a very ancient family in Yorkshire.  Ralph Howard’s daughter Catherine m. Sir Thomas Molyneux.  Ralph Howard’s g-granddaughter m. Lord Frederick Howard, younger son of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk.  Ralph Howard’s son, the Rt. Rev. Robert Howard, was raised to the dignity of Howard Viscount Wicklow.  (Lodge’s Peerage of Ireland, vol. VI, pp. 85-91)



Elizabeth Leigh (16) married Rt. Rev. Tobian Pullein, Bishop of Dromore and grandson of Rt. Rev. Archbishop Pullein of Tuam.  (R‑1)

Children - Pullein

+23.  Jane Pullein, m. Brent Spencer.

  24.  Thomas Pullein (or Thomas Leigh?), B.A., M.A., B.D., D.D., Chancellor of Dromore.

+25.  Charity Pullein (or Charity Leigh?), m. William Major.






Andrew Graves (17) of Maryborough, Ireland, owned, leased and sold land and dwellings.  He sold to Matthew Cassan in 1747 an inn known as “The Ship”.  It is interesting to note that Richard Graves, the haberdasher of London, who is reputed to be the father of Andrew’s great-grandfather William (b. 1572), owned an inn in London also called “The Ship”.  Andrew married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+26.  Bartholomew Graves, m. Margaret ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  27.  Robert Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  Had children.

+28.  Edward Andrew Graves, m. Susanna Brennan.

+29.  Elinor Graves, m. James Cathrew, 1803.



Jane Pullein (23) married Brent Spencer of Lisburn, Ireland, M.P. for Co. Antrim, Ireland.  (R‑1)

Children - Spencer

  30.  General Sir) Brent Spencer, G.C.B.

  31.  Joshua Spencer, barrister.

  32.  Charlotte Spencer; Marchioness of Donegal, Ireland.

+33.  Jane Spencer, m. Paul Channing.


Charity Pullein (or Charity Leigh?) (25) married Rev. William Major, M.A.  (R‑1)

Children - Major

  34.  Charity Major, m. Rev. Charles Clewlow, 1728.  He was b. 1686, and received B.A. 1707, M.A. 1710, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.






Bartholomew Graves (26) was a tallow chandler (manufacturer).  He married Margaret ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+35.  Bartholomew William Graves, m(1) Anne Richardson, 1778, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  36.  Elizabeth Graves, m. Henry Plunket, 1768.  He was Corporal, 3rd Regiment of Horse.

  37.  Martha Graves, m. Henry Wheelock, 1780.

  38.  Anne Graves, m. Thomas Parsons.

  39.  James Graves; he was of Maryborough, later of Ballyraggat, Co. Kilkenny, and was a saddler (saddle manufacturer).

  40.  Margaret Graves, m. Oliver Wright (of Queens Co.), 1790.

  41.  Jane Graves, m. Andrew Carter (of Queens Co.), 1790.  Children.

  42.  Catherine Graves, never married.

  43.  Andrew Graves, m. Margaret Long, 1799.  She was dau. of George Long of Queens Co., Ireland.


Edward Andrew Graves (28), sometimes known as Andrew, married Susanna Brennan, a Quaker (Quaker Church Records, Dublin, Ireland).  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

  44.  Harriet Graves, m. Thomas Manders, 1801.  Children.

+45.  Sophia Graves, m. William J. Stoker.

+46.  Anne Graves, b.c. 1780, m. Anthony Alexander O’Reilly, 5 Aug. 1799, d. 1 June 1860.


Elinor Graves (29) married James Cathrew in 1803.  He was Registrar of the Exchequer, son of Alexander Cathrew and Jane Moore.  (R‑1)

Children - Cathrew

+47.  Grace Cathrew, b. 1817, m. Cuthbert Clibborn.



Jane Spencer (33) married Col. Paul Channing.  (R‑1)

Children - Channing

  48.  George Channing; he was Lord Cavagh.






Bartholomew William Graves (35) was a manufacturer of hosiery in Limerick, Ireland.  He first married Anne Richardson, daughter of William Richardson and Catherine Hunt, in 1778 (see Richardson, Hunt).  The name of his second wife is not known.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+49.  Henry Graves, b. 1797, m. Susan Johnston, 2 Nov. 1833, d. 8 Dec. 1862.

  50.  Bartholomew Graves, m. Sarah Tully.  She was sister to Gerald T. Tully, pro sub-manager of the Preston Banking Co. of Preston, England.  The Tullys were of a very ancient family, being the first coiners of Ireland.  They bore arms: Vert, a chev between three wolves heads erased or.  Crest: a wolf’s head couped or.

+51.  Elizabeth Graves, m. William Herrick Reardon, 1822.

+52.  William Richardson Graves, m(1) Isabella Brett, 1806, m(2) Elizabeth Manders.

+53.  Margaret Graves, m. William Brunskill, 1809.



Sophia Graves (45) married William J. Stoker, son of William Stoker and Elizabeth Lutterell.  He was born in 1773 and died in 1848.  (R‑1, R‑3)

Children - Stoker

  54.  Anne Stoker, m. Otway Herbert.

  55.  William Beauchamp Stoker, b. 1806, m(1) Caroline Blanche O’Reilly (his first cousin), m(2) Grace Gordon Caulfield, d. 1887.  No children.  He was a barrister.

+56.  Edward Alexander Stoker, b. 1810, m. Henrietta Wisdom, d. 1889.

  57.  Charles Eyre Stoker, b. 1820, m. Charlotte Cuddy, d. 1893.


Anne Graves (46) was born about 1780, and died 1 June 1860 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa, in her 80th year.  She married Col. Anthony Alexander O’Reilly of the 4th Dragoons on 5 Aug. 1799.  The O’Reillys bore arms.  Their seat was Baltrasna, Old Castle, Co. Meath, Ireland.  After marriage they moved to South Africa by way of India with the military (4th Dragoons and later 21st Light Dragoons), and lived there until his death.

He was born in 1776[1] at Baltrasna, Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland, and died 27 May 1870 in East London, Cape Province, South Africa.  His father was an officer in the British Army.  His mother was Margaret Sibthorp, daughter of the Hon. Justice Sibthorn, whose wife was Marianne Cockrane, daughter of General Cockrane and niece of Thomas, 8th Earl of Dundonald.  Col. Alexander O’Reilly was nephew to Don Alexander O’Reilly (or Count don Alejandro O'Reilly), Generalissimo of the Spanish Service and Grandee of the first class, and first Spanish Governor of Louisiana.  These O’Reillys were descendants of Geldas O’Reilly, whose daughter Catherine married the son of Richard Butler, the 3rd Earl of Ormond (see Butler).

The O’Reillys are descended from Brian, King of Connaught, A.D. 981, who commanded the royal army and fell at the battle of Contarf, A.D. 1002.  Arten O’Reilly was the Prince of West Brefny.  The grant of East and West Brefny was granted by Queen Elizabeth in 1562.  The O’Reillys of Beltrasna (Col. Alexander O’Reilly) are a branch of this family.  Some of their descendants are: Alexander O’Reilly, a General in the Spanish army, who in 1765 saved the life of King Charles II of England in a popular uprising in Madrid; Myles O’Reilly, D.L., of Heath House, Queens Co., m. 1830 Susan Ann Beresford, daughter of the Hon. Rev. George de la Poer Beresford, son of William Beresford, 1st Lord Decies, Archbishop of Tuam and his wife Elizabeth Fitzgibbon, sister of Lord Chancellor Clare Fitzgibbon; Col. Walter O’Reilly m. 1827 Harriet, Duchess of Roxborough, widow of James, 5th Duke of Roxburgh.  (R‑1, R‑4)

Children - O’Reilly

  58.  Anne O’Reilly, m. Capt. Joseph Leeson (of Leeson Park, Dublin, H.E.I. C.S.), died in India.  Had children.

  59.  Caroline Blanche O’Reilly, m. William B. Stoker (her first cousin).  Died without issue.

  60.  Thomas O’Reilly (nothing known about him)

  61.  James O’Reilly, b.c. 1807-1808 (Dublin, Ireland), m. Ida Wilhelmina Hendrikz, 5 Aug. 1827 (Somerset East, Cape Province, South Africa), d. 28 Oct. 1858 (Middelburg, Cape Province, South Africa).  Had children.

  62.  John O’Reilly, b.c. 1811, m. Antoinette Hendrikz, c. 1839 (Somerset East, Cape Province, South Africa).  She was sister of Ida.  Had children.

  63.  Katherine Georgina Louisa O’Reilly, b. July 1816 (Cape Town, South Africa) m. Col. John MacLean (in 27th Regiment), Aug. 1835 (Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa), d. 1874 (East London, South Africa).  Had children.

  64.  George Donkin Charles O’Reilly, b.c. 1819-1820 (Grahamstown, South Africa), m. Theunissa Ferreira, d. 1871 (near Grahamstown, South Africa).  Had children.

  65.  Anthony Augustus O’Reilly, b. 1822 (Grahamstown, South Africa), never married, d. 1850 (Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa).



Grace Cathrew (47) was born in 1817.  She married Cuthbert Clibborn of Moate Castle and of Belfast.  He was M.B. M.C.H.  The Cuthberts descend from St. Cuthbert of Cumberland, England, A.D. 600.  The Clibborns trace their family to the 11th century.  Members of the branch in Ireland were Quakers.  (R‑1)

Children - Clibborn

  66.  Graves Cathrew Clibborn

  67.  Cuthbert John Clibborn, m. Mary Graves.






Henry Graves (49) was born in 1797, and died 8 Dec. 1862 at his residence in Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire, England.  He married Susan Johnston on 2 Nov. 1833 in St. George’s Church, Dublin, Ireland.  She was daughter of Higginson Johnston, attorney of Dublin, and his wife Sarah Hutton (see Johnston, Hutton).

Henry was appointed chief executive at the formation of the Preston Banking Co. in May 1849.  He occupied the bank house and this is described as being in Fishergate.  He received an allowance of 40 pounds per annum for light and candles.  In the book, The History of the Preston Banking Co., Mr. Graves is described as “an Irish gentleman of portly and commanding address”.  This book is included in a book entitled A Hundred Years of Joint Stock Banking.

Three men of this Graves family were made freemen of the City of Dublin, 1832, 1835 and 1837.  They were Henry Graves of Hollybrook Park, Dublin, later of Preston, England; Robert Graves, 20 St. Stevens Green; and William Richardson Graves, Secretary of the Bank of Ireland.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+68.  Sarah Jane Graves, b. 1836, m. John Humber, 2 Nov. 1858.

  69.  Susan Graves, died young.  She was a reputed beauty.

  70.  Anne Graves, never married.

  71.  Adelaide Eliza Graves, never married.

+72.  Henry William Graves, b. 1840, married, d. 1911.

  73.  William Percival Graves, never married, d. 1879 (Peshawaw, India).  He graduated from Kingstown School and Royal Military Academy of Woolwock, 1862, commissioned lieutenant, 1865.

+74.  Maria Graves, m. Charles Jamieson.

+75.  Catherine Graves, m. Hervey Ekins Ryves.

  76.  Col.) Benjamin Chamney Graves, b. 2 Feb. 1845 (near Preston, Lancs., England), m. Mary Rebecca Walker (dau. of John and Hannah Walker of Gloucestershire, England), 1880.  He attended Kingstown School and Woolwich Royal Military Academy, 1862, joined the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant in 1866, Indian Staff Corps, 1871, Captain 1878, Major 1886, Lt. Col. 1892, Brevet Col. 1897.  He served in the Afghan War, 1879.  SD (medal) Commandant, the Garhwal.  Despatches 3 times, medal and 2 clasps.  Decorated for the campaign on N.W. frontier of India and Tirah.  No children.  (British Who’s Who, 1904)

  77.  Robert Graves, b. 1848, never married.

+78.  Edmund Johnston Graves, b. 3 Aug. 1847, m. Mary Anne Horner Oughton, 15 Oct. 1877.


Elizabeth Graves (51) married William Herrick Reardon in 1822.  (R‑1)

Children - Reardon

  79.  Edward Graves Reardon, m. Laura Graves (#84, his 1st cousin), 1842.  Died without issue.


William Richardson Graves (52) was Secretary of the Bank of Ireland, 1829-1858.  He first married Isabella Brett in 1806.  He secondly married Elizabeth Manders.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Manders

+80.  Henry Graves, m. Anne Stephenson, 1835.

  81.  William Graves

  82.  Anne Graves

  83.  Elizabeth Graves

  84.  Laura Graves, m. Edward Graves Reardon (#79), 1842.


Margaret Graves (53) married William Brunskill in 1809.  He was a civil servant, 1784-1848.  The Brunskill family lived in Stainmore, Westmoreland, England for over 300 years.  Robert Southey, the poet, mentions the Brunskills of Stainmore in his poem called “Borough Bells”.  (R‑1)

Children - Brunskill

  85.  Anne Brunskill, b. 1810.

  86.  William Mitchell Brunskill, b. 1812.

  87.  Henry Graves Brunskill, b. 1823.



Edward Alexander Stoker (56) was born in 1810 and died in 1889.  He married Henrietta Wisdom.  (R‑3)

Children - Stoker

  88.  Elizabeth Stoker

  89.  Sarah Stoker

+90.  William Stoker, b. 1848, m. Janet Ross-Todd, d. 1922.

+91.  Henry Stoker, b. 1850, m. Mary Poe, d. 1927.

  92.  Ernest Wilson Stoker, b. 1864, d. 1914.

+93.  Graves Stoker, b. 1864, m. Constance Vennet, d. 1937.

+94.  Frances Owen Stoker, b. 1866, m. Rita Maunsel, d. 1940.






Sarah Jane Graves (68) was born in 1836 in Ireland.  She married John Humber of Oak House, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire, England on 2 Nov. 1858 at St. John’s Parish Church, Preston[2].  He was born 1805, died 1885.  John Humber of the old Humber River family of Preston had extensive cotton mills on the Humber River.  (R‑1, R‑2)

Children - Humber

  95.  John Humber; of Oak House, Preston, England.  He was a Major and mayor of Preston.  Children.

  96.  Ettie Humber, b. 1863, m. Capt. Robert Downing (of Glasgow, Scotland), d. 1884.  Infant dau. in 1884.

  97.  Catherine Humber

  98.  Agnes (“Aggie”) Humber, m. Philip Park, 1886.  He lived near Preston and was considered very rich.

  99.  Clara Humber


Henry William Graves (72), the eldest son, was born in 1840, and died in 1911 on the Isle of Wight.  He married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

  100.  Eva Graves, m. (Capt.) Harry Seymour Hazelgrove, 1886 (India), d. 1886.  He served in 14th Bombay Infantry.  One dau. was living in 1886.

  101.  Lillian Graves, b. 1872.

  102.  Henry Graves, b. 1885.  He studied medicine.


Maria (“May”) Graves (74) married Col. Charles Jamieson of the 14th Sikh Regiment.  (R‑1)

Children - Jamieson

+103.  Clara Crofton Jamieson, b. 1875, m. Verney Lovell, 1893.

  104.  May Jamieson, m(1) Mr. Dampier, m(2) Mr. Webb (a gentleman in the Indian Civil Service).  Children.

  105.  Jean Jamieson (Lady Rouse), m. Sir Aleck Rouse (T.W.D.).  Children.


Catherine Graves (75) married Col. Hervey Ekins Ryves, son of Col. Ryves, 13th Bengal Lancers and grandson of General Ryves who raised the 8th Bengal Cavalry Regiment.  Col. Hervey Ryves served under the Duke of Connaught’s personal command at Meerut, India.  The Duke was a brother of the King.  Hervey Ryves commanded the 13th Duke of Connaught’s Bengal Lancers.  He and his wife entertained and saw a great deal of the royal pair.  The Duchess of Connaught presented Catherine with a full length autographed picture of herself.  The Duke escorted Catherine at affairs and Hervey escorted the Duchess.  (R‑1)

Children - Ryves

+106.  Benjamin Hervey Ryves, b. 1875, m(1) Hilda ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Irene ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  107.  Three other children


Edmund Johnston Graves (78) was born 3 Aug. 1847 at Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire, England.  He attended Kingstown School and then Dr. Stackpoole’s College (Kingstown College).  He left England and emigrated to the U.S. before 1877.  He married Mary Anne Horner Oughton, daughter of Walter Oughton and Mary Anne Tempset White (see Oughton, White), on 15 Oct. 1877 in the Church of the Holy Apostle, New York City, NY.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

+108.  Henry Walton Graves, b. 25 July 1878, m. Katherine Northcott, March 1921 (?), d. 31 Jan. 1936.

+109.  Edmund Percival Graves, b. 1 Nov. 1879, m(1) Jeanette Doremus, m(2) Sarah Smith, d. 11 Dec. 1964.

  110.  Howard Tempest Graves, b. 11 Feb. 1881, d. 2 June 1953.  He was a vice president of the Farmer’s Trust Co., N.Y. City, when he decided to devote his remaining years to his art.  He was a popular illustrator of the post World War I period, and an artist of note.  He was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Flushing, L.I., NY, and of the Flushing Country Club.  Bur. in Flushing Cem.

+111.  Benjamin Clifford Graves, b. 26 Jan. 1886, m. Edna Martin, d. 12 Jan. 1968.

  112.  Lester Graves (twin of Benjamin), b. 26 Jan. 1886, died at birth.

+113.  Adelaide Estelle Graves, b. 11 Dec. 1890, m. James Lewis Cropsey, 24 Oct. 1912, d. 28 Oct. 1982.



Henry Graves (80) married Anne Stephenson in 1835.  (R‑1)

Children - Graves

  114.  William Graves, b. 1838, m. Mary Theodore Beatson Cockrane, d. 1907.

  115.  Henry Graves, b. 1843, d. 1876 (in the Ashanti War).

  116.  Capt.) George Graves, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Miss Massey.  He was Harbor Master of Kingston.

  117.  Elizabeth Graves, m. Herbert Manders (of Richview, Co. Dublin, Ireland), 1857.



William Stoker (90) was born in 1848 and died in 1922.  He married Janet Ross-Todd.  She was born in 1849 and died in 1935.  (R‑3)

Children - Stoker

  118.  William Edward Stoker, b. 1876, d. 1878.

+119.  Robert John Graves Stoker, b. 1877, m. Ethel Kinahan, d. 1945.

+120.  Lillian Martin Stoker, b. 1879, m. Gibbon FitzGibbon, d. 1947.

+121.  Henry Hew Gordon Stoker, b. 1885, m(1) Olive Joan Violet Gwendoline Leacock, m(2) Dorothy Pidcock, d. 1966.

  122.  Edward Alexander Stoker, b. 1889, m. Melita ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  123.  Hetty Violet Stoker, b. 1889, m. James Keogh, d. 1977.


Henry Stoker (91) was born in 1850 and died in 1927.  He married Mary Poe.  She was born in 1871.  (R‑3)

Children - Stoker

+124.  Edward Stoker, b. 1897, m. Margaret Noone.

  125.  James Poe Stoker, b. 1912, d. 1942.


Graves Stoker (93) was born in 1864 and died in 1937.  He married Constance Vennet.  She died in 1945.  (R‑3)

Children - Stoker

  126.  Henrietta Stoker

+127.  Patricia Stoker, m(1) Ivor Nicholson, m(2) Alan McGaw.

+128.  Claudia Stoker, m. Gerald Howard.

  129.  William Stoker

  130.  Henry Stoker


Frances Owen Stoker (94) was born in 1866 and died in 1940.  He married Rita Maunsel.  She died in 1943.  (R‑3)

Children - Stoker

  131.  May Stoker

  132.  Norma Stoker, d. 1966.

  133.  Joan Stoker, d. 1942.

  134.  Ruth Stoker, d. 1928.

  135.  Monica Stoker, d. 1941.


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[1] His date of birth was given as 23 Sept. 1781 by R‑1, but is said to be incorrect by R‑4, who gave 1776 as the correct date.

[2]According to IGI and St. John’s Parish Church register.