Ryeland Family Tree

The Genealogy of the Ryeland and connected Families

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8201 Wollaston Township Family F1547
 
8202 Wolworth KEBELL, Richard (I1293)
 
8203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HOLDITCH, Jessica Anne (I37490)
 
8204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. POLLEY, Lynn May (I8115)
 
8205 Won 2nd best in all of England RYELAND, Winifred A. "Freda" (I10868)
 
8206 Won a silver medal in fencing in the 1908 summer Olympics

http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/da/leaf-daniell-1.htmlBirths Dec

1877
Daniell«tab» Cyrus Leaf«tab» «tab» Wandsworth«tab» 1d«tab»754 
DANIELL, Cyrus Leaf (I13242)
 
8207 Won the following award from the Oxfordshire Agricultural Society
Class V. - Shepherds of Subscribers
James Ryland, shepherd to Mr. W. Faulkner, of Bury Barns - 3£ - (300 Ewes 439 Lambs) 
RYELAND, James (I1660)
 
8208 Won the following award from the Oxfordshire Agricultural Society
Class V. - Shepherds of Subscribers - Long-woolled Flocks

James Ryland, shepherd to Mr. C. F. A. Faulkner - 3£
Flock of 250 (17 barren & dead)
6 produced 3 lambs each
81 produced 2 lambs each
146 produced 1 lamb each
Total of 326 lambs produced (15 dead) total of 311 
RYELAND, James (I1660)
 
8209 WOOD ALICE EMMA 11 1083 126 HDL 1850 WOOD ELIZA 13 1083 126 HDL 1848 WOOD ERNEST A 7 1083 126 HDL 1854 WOOD GEORGE LIONEL 2 1083 126 HDL 1859 WOOD HENRY NASH 30 1083 126 HDL 1831 WOOD HENRY WALTER 17 1083 126 HDL 1844 WOOD KATE L 3 1083 126 HDL 1858 WOOD MARY ANN 41 1083 126 HDL 1820 WOOD MARY ANN 28 1083 126 HDL 1833 WOOD MARY ANN 9 1083 126 HDL 1852 WOOD, Mary Ann (I1522)
 
8210 WOOD SARAH 50 STANFORD ESS 163 SBF 1801 WOOD SARAH 60 MIDDLETON SFK 495 NSB 1791 WOOD SARAH 63 ROCHFORD ESS 416 GSB 1788 WOOD SARAH 83 PELDON ESS 170 SBF 1768

These are 1851 census Sarah Woods with what I can find out about them below

WOOD SARAH 50 STANFORD ESS 163 SBF 1801** WOOD JOHN 57 SALCOTT ESS 163 SBF This is not the right one.

ATKINSON ELLEN 40 LONDON MDX 170 SBF ATKINSON WILLIAM 39 LEEDS YKS 170 SBF BECKLEY GEORGE 10 NTH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF BECKLEY MARY ANN 33 EASTWOOD ESS 170 SBF BROWN THOMAS 19 OXTON LONG YKS 170 SBF CHALK RUSELLA 83 GREAT LEIGHS ESS 170 SBF DAVENPORT CAROLINE BARNES? 36 HAMPSTEAD 170 SBF FORD SHADRAC 21 STH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF GIGANS DAVID 01m STH BENEFLEET ESS 170 SBF GIGANS JOSEH 25 THUNDERSLEY ESS 170 SBF GIGANS SUSAN 21 STH BENEFLEET ESS 170 SBF HILLS ELIZABETH 27 STH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF HILLS SUSANNAH SARAH 03m STH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF HILLS WILLIAM 30 STH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF HOCKLEY MARY 53 HOCKLEY ESS 170 SBF KERSEY HANNAH 14 FINGRINGHOE ESS 170 SBF KERSEY JACOB 16 FINGRINGHOE ESS 170 SBF KERSEY JAMES 60 THORPE ESS 170 SBF KERSEY MARY 54 GOLDHANGER ESS 170 SBF KERSEY SAMUEL 19 FINGRINGHOE ESS 170 SBF KERSEY SARAH 11 STH BENFLEET ESS 170 SBF KERSEY THOMAS 24 FINGRINGHOE ESS 170 SBF KEYS DANIEL 42 THUNDERSLEY ESS 170 SBF KEYS PHEBE 6 HADLEIGH ESS 170 SBF KEYS SOPHIA 30 RAYLEIGH ESS 170 SBF RIVERS ELLON 13 EASTWOOD ESS 170 SBF TRUSSELL CATHERINE 75 WOODHAM WALTER ESS 170 SBF TRUSSELL JOHN 40 GT BURSTEAD ESS 170 SBF TRUSSELL SARAH 7 WOODHAM ESS 170 SBF TYLER MARY 22 RETTENDON ESS 170 SBF WIFFEN JEMIMA 68 RATTEN SFK 170 SBF WOOD SARAH 83 PELDON ESS 170 SBF 1768**

These are all the people on Folio 170. Clues awaited, but this Sarah was not living with anyone of the same name.


WOOD SARAH 60 MIDDLETON SFK 495 NSB 1791 WOOD JOHN 19 NORTH SHOEBURY ESS 495 NSB WOOD JOHN 54 NORTH SHOEBURY ESS 495 NSB Living with someone. Not the right one.



WOOD SARAH 63 ROCHFORD ESS 416 GSB 1788 WOOD JOHN 58 SOUTH BENFLEET ESS 416 GSB Living with someone. Not the right one.


So the Peldon Essex one is the best bet, but of course she may be dead... 
HOLLAND, Sarah (I1509)
 
8211 Woodcote Sarah S (I400)
 
8212 Woodgrange NEILL, Bessy (I7313)
 
8213 Woodhill / Woodgrange NEILL, Anne Jane (I7322)
 
8214 Woodlands BRADBURY, Alfred (I735)
 
8215 Woodlands HARDWICK, Mary (I2235)
 
8216 Woodlawn Cemetery Saskatoon,Sk PRENTICE, Sarah Ann (I37857)
 
8217 Woodside SWEETLAND, Anne (I11380)
 
8218 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SIMPSON, Christopher Jason (I2435)
 
8219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TAYLOR, Annie Elizabeth (I3105)
 
8220 Worked for Green Island Borough Council as a gardener. Green Island is a near Dunedin HALFORD, Ronald Henry (I12477)
 
8221 Worked his way up from Clerk to Department Manager POLLEY, Gordon Bradbury (I2107)
 
8222 Worked with Henry Arthur James RYELAND, Frederick George (I6782)
 
8223 Working for the GW Railway RYELAND, John (I4296)
 
8224 Working on Egyptian Railway & Getting Married RYELAND, James (I7782)
 
8225 World War 1 TARGETT, William George (I20195)
 
8226 Worldwide Influenza Pandemic VIRBALAS, Jurgis (I9350)
 
8227 WW1 TERWILLEGER, Wilson (I19035)
 
8228 WW2 at Sea
 
GARRISON, William Edward Sprague (I12614)
 
8229 WWII Royal Navy, Tank landing craft on D-Day. His boat was blown up on D-Day. RYELAND, Geoffrey Edwin (I9226)
 
8230 Year hard to read on source GRANTHAM, William (I13672)
 
8231 Year is based on Gord remembering he was about 3 years younger than him POLLEY, Robert Knowlton (I7638)
 
8232 Year of birth based on age being 20 when she was married WOODRUFF, Sarah Aynott (I6496)
 
8233 Year of birth in conflict with parents year of marriage, must check

Disowned because she was RC and married a non-RC Had to move away, ended up in Durham, living at 42 Oak St. Haverton Hill, Billingham 
MCNALTY, Catherine (I2474)
 
8234 Year of birth incorrect as 1874 in 1901 census WATSON, Hellen S (I2780)
 
8235 Year of birth incorrect as 1876 in 1901 census WATSON, Charlotte Emily (I2793)
 
8236 Year of birth incorrect as 1880 in 1901 census WATSON, Clarra Maude (I2795)
 
8237 Year of naturalization 1900

MANY TRIBUTES TO LATE W.H. POLLEY
Obsequies Largely Attended Service at St. George's Church on Sunday

The remains of the late William Polley, Jr., reached Trenton on Saturday and were removed to the family residence on Murphy Street, from whence the cortege moved on Sunday afternoon to St. George's Church for service.

The church where the deceased attended as a boy and young man was filled with his many friends, who gathered to pay the last tribute to his memory. Many friends, fellow workers of the C.P.R., and brother Masons of both Toronto and Montreal joined with his numerous Trenton friends in attending the obsequies.

The Church of England service was conducted by the Vicar, Rev. A. L. McTear. Rev. Canon Armstrong, Rector of St. George's Church for so many years and an intimate friend of the deceased and family, read the lesson. The choir rendered appropriate music and Mr. G. H. Cobley sang "One Sweetly Solemn Thought."

The pall-bearers were his intimate friends of Toronto. The honorary W. A. Bleecker, R. G. Weddell, W. H. Ireland, H. F. Whittier and W. House.

The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful and covered his grave in St. George's cemetery.

W. H. Polley, aged 43, former city ticket agent of the Canadian Pacific Railway, died early yesterday after a serious illness extending over a period of eight months, at his home at 60 Fermanagh Avenue. The funeral will be held from the home of his parents in Trenton, on Sunday. St. Alban's Lodge, 514, A. F. and A. M., of which he was a member, will have charge of the service. The body will be shipped to Trenton to-day. A Masonic service will be held in his home in Toronto at noon to-day. Mr. Polley began his railroad career as a clerk at the Union office in the Kind Edward Hotel, succeeding Christopher Bunting later as agent. In May 1913, he was appointed traveling passenger agent for the Canadian Pacific and in October, 1913, assistant city passenger agent. In December, 1918 he was appointed city ticket agent but was forced to leave his position in October on account of an illness which became aggravated, later causing his death. He is survived by his widow and four children, William, Alice, Gordon and Robert; a sister, Mrs. A. Maguire, and his parents in Trenton, where his father is employed in the customs office. Mr. Polley was a member of the Western Golf Club and was deservedly popular among a very wide circle of acquaintances.

Witness at wedding:

007383-99 Harry Niles JARMAN, 24, L'Amable, Trenton, Mail Clerk, s/o John C. JARMAN & Elvira NILES married Sarah Elizabeth SPURR, 23, L'Amable, same, d/o Benj SPURR & Mary HILL. Wtn: W.H. POLLEY Jr. of Trenton and Hessie JARMAN of Bancroft on February 8, 1899 at Bancroft

Had spent 5 months in school at the time of the 1901 census

Death certificate incorrectly states place of birth as Canada.

Worked 52 weeks of 1910 at 50 or 60 hours per week earning $1100 that year

In 1911 he had $2000 worth of life insurance which cost him $65 that year 
POLLEY, William Harrison (I7583)
 
8238 Year of will is hard to make out, it is 186? but it looks to be 1863. This would be weeks after Augustus' death which would be a reasonable time to rewrite his will and would explain the great detail that goes into explaining the care for Augustus' widow.

Hard to read all of it, but these are the points I've extracted:

To Mary his wife, all pictures, prints, household goods, wines, liquors, provisions, chattel and effects whatsoever other than money and securities for money.

For my son Edward, sons in law William Leaf and John Kinnersley Hooper the sum of thirty thousand pounds.

Instructions for investment follow, instructing investment in government bonds/stocks from England, Wales, Great Britan, the East India Company, any Railway Company, Gas or Water Company in Great Britain that would pay a dividend. Mentions protection from liability.

Mentions his partnerships in the warehouse business.

Becomes hard to read again but there is a mention of Ellen Bradbury his sister?? (could be the wife and widow of Augustus) and something about payments of 20 pounds.

He then goes on to mention something about properties and then gets into mentioning his two sons Edward and John, his two daughters Emma and Marion and the widow of his late son Augustus. This is the first indication that John might be alive but somehow largely excluded from the will. It goes on to talk about the income from investments and the widow Ellen and providing for her from those funds. Further mentions of Ellen comments about "one fifth" mortgages, securities etc. It then goes on to talk about the son(s) or daughter(s) of the late Augustus reaching the age of 21 or having married will do something with the "one fifth" that Ellen had. "Share and share alike" is used. (a couple of pages are devoted to the widow Ellen and her children).

There is then further mention of his son John and the (remaining?) one fifth share that is clearly mentioned as his (this would make sense since there is a division by 5 and that would indicate that John was still alive). It is hard to read but after many readings it seems to refer to the fact that his son John may die in his lifetime and if that were to happen that "said share (1/5) of my estate shall be retained and applied for by" (the three executors). So it appears that John was not expected to survive and hence was not named as one of the executators and is included in this manor. It further makes comments about the widow of John "if she should survive" this could mean he was married or could be a provision in the event he was married as no widow is named. It goes on to talk about Augustus again and the fifth share seeming to indicate that the same rules apply if John were to have a widow.

Then talks about if Edward were to die and leave a widow, much of the same here as to be expected.

It gives further instructions to deal with if he is still a partner in the business or has retired near the end. 
BRADBURY, John Esq (I644)
 
8239 Yeldersley BULL, Charles (I6132)
 
8240 Yeoman BRODRIBB, John (I22064)
 
8241 Yeoman with 20 acres in Woodham Walter

Bradwell next to the Sea, Essex, England 
NASH, Daniel (I11901)
 
8242 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Timothy Andrew UE (I1)
 
8243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Jonathan Donald (I10337)
 
8244 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Sarah Lynn (I2)
 
8245 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Adam Michael (I1674)
 
8246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Geoffrey William (I1785)
 
8247 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RYELAND, Connor Alexander (I1896)
 
8248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HODGINS, Evan Bryan (I2118)
 
8249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HODGINS, Peter Gilbert Austin (I2229)
 
8250 York County Hospital - 12:15am RYELAND, Geoffrey Edwin (I9226)
 

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