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Newsprint photograph of Arthur James Nickle. 
  24 Jan 2020
Doney-CharlesPatrick.jpg
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Photograph of Charles Patrick Doney, circa the Second World War. Provided to FindAGrave by member BrixtonWy (Member #46625150). 
  23 Jan 2020
2015Pic-WalterBell.jpg
2015Pic-WalterBell.jpg
2015 Photograph of Judge Walter Ernest Bell. 
  15 Jan 2020
2007Pic-PatriciaHaggertyWalker.png
2007Pic-PatriciaHaggertyWalker.png
2007 Photograph of Patricia Haggerty Walker. 
  12 Jan 2020
2018Pic-ArthurHerbertWalkerIII.jpg
2018Pic-ArthurHerbertWalkerIII.jpg
2018 Photograph of Arthur Herbert Walker III. 
  12 Jan 2020
2011-EdwardStelfox.jpg
2011-EdwardStelfox.jpg
Photograph of Edward Richard Stelfox. 
  8 Jan 2020
2019Photo-MargaretElizabethBettyStelfoxMiddleton.jpg
2019Photo-MargaretElizabethBettyStelfoxMiddleton.jpg
Photograph of Margaret Elizabeth 'Betty' Stelfox Middleton. 
  7 Jan 2020
2010Pic-JoanMcLeanLepard.jpg
2010Pic-JoanMcLeanLepard.jpg
2010 Picture of Joan McLean Lepard. 
  28 Dec 2019

Documents

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1905 Patent application that was approved in 1906 for the Rotary Engine created by Robert Cormack McLean.
Description as per the Patent:
PATENTED FEB. 13, 1906.

R. C. MCLEAN.

ROTARY ENGINE.

APPLICATION FILED SEPT. 29, 1905.

NVENTOH A TTOHNE UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Feb. 13, 1906.

Application led September 29, 1905. Serial No. 280,668.

To all whom t may concern:

Beit known that I, ROBERT CORMACK Mc-LEAN, a subject of the Kin of Great Britain, and a resident of Olevelan in the county of Cuyahoga and State of Ohio, have invented a new and Improved Rotary Engine, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description.

This invention relates to rotary engines.

The object of the invention is to provide an engine of this class which is simple in construction and which will operate efficiently with little waste.

A further object is to provide such an engine with an improved arrangement for the exhaust-ports.

The invention consists in the construction and combination of parts to be more fully described hereinafter and definitely set forth in the claims.

Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawings, forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts in both views.

Figure 1 is a longitudinal section through an engine constructed according to my invention, a portion of the shaft thereof being shown in elevation. This section is taken substantially upon the line 1 1 of Fig. 2. Fig. 2 is a vertical cross-section through the engine, taken at right angles to the shaft.

Referring more particularly to the parts, 1 represents the casing of the engine, which is preferably formed of a cylindrical body 2, having 'an integral base 3 adapted to rest upon a suitable support. The casing also includes side plates 4 and 5, which are bolted to the opposite sides of the body 2, as indicated. In the side plates 4 and 5 a shaft 6 is mounted to rotate. In order to make this shaft substantially steam-tight in the side plate 4, a stuffing-box 7 of suitable construction, such as that shown, is provided. The shaft 6 is provided with a centrally-disposed bore 8, which extends in from the extremity thereof. At this extremity 9 the shaft is provided with openings 10, which pass through the wall thereof, so as to open communication to the bore 8, as indicated. Adjacent to these openings 10 the shaft is provided with an integral collar 11. Under this collar suitable packing 12 is arranged, and a bonnet 13 is disposed over the end of the shaft, the same being screwed upon a threaded 'nipple 14, which projects from the side plate 5, as shown.

Within the interior of the bonnet 13 beyond the collar 11 an inlet steam-chamber 15 is formed, into which live steam is admitted through a suitable pipe connection 16. The steam in this inlet-chamber 16 flows in through the openings 10 into the bore 8, passing from this point to the interior of the en- Upon the shaft 6 within the interior of the casing there is rigidly mounted a drum i. barre 17. This drum, as indicated most clearly in Fi 2, is of cylindrical form and provided wit a central bore or chamber 18,
which constitutes a steam-chest. Steam is admitted to this steam-chest through open.

ings 19, which are formed in the shaft and which communicate with the bore 8 there=:.-f, carrying the steam. The outer face of the drum 17 is provided with a plurality of radially-disposed slots or guideways 20, in which there are slidably mounted a corresponding number of pistons or valves 21. These valves consist of fiat plates having side extensions or legs 22, as s own in Fi 1, and these legs extend down at the end aces of the drum, being disposed in slots 23 at these points, which constitute extensions of the 'slots 20, as will be readily understood. The inner edges of the bodies 24 of the pistons are preferably bevelled, as indicated at 25. Between these edges 25 and the bottoms of the slots 20 steam-spaces 26 are formed, and steam is admitted into these steam-s aces by means of ports 27, which pass radiallfy from the steamchest 18. As indicated, there are preferably six of these pistons 21 operating in the same number of spots 20.

The inner face of the body 2 of the casing is substantially cylindrical in form, but provided with four abutments 28, which project inwardly, so that their inner faces at their innermost points lie substantially against the cylindrical face of the drum 17. spect to the direction of rotation the forward faces 29 of these abu'tments are slightly inclined or curved, while the rear faces 30 are more abrupt and preferably straight, as shown. pockets or expansion-chambers 31 are formed. The walls of these pockets between the abutments arc substantially cylindrical, being disposed upon the axis of the shaft 6 as an axis of curvature. Adjacent to the faces 11o vVith re- Ioo Between these ablatments 28 four 105 30 the width of the expansion-chambers measured radially is increased by reason of the fact that the bore at this part is depressed away from the drum 17, as indicated at 32. The wall 33 beyond these points is elevated. The purpose of this arrangement will be described more fully hereinafter.

In the abutments 28 and near the angle formed between the inclined faces 29 and the faces 33 I provide main exhaust-ports 34, the same being provided with lateral branches 35, as indicated in Fig. 1, which open into the pockets or expansion-chambers 31, as indi! valves 21 outwardly, maintaining their rounded noses 38 against the wall of the casing. In the position in which the drum 17.is shown cut-off has just taken place. This cuto occurs when the ends of the pistons 21 ride up from the surfaces 32 upon the elevated surfaces 33. When the pistons have their noses resting against the depressed faces 32, the inner edges 25 of the pistons are disposed beyond the periphery of the drum 1-7, so that the steam behind the valves is allowed to escape. This steam filling the expansion-chambers behind the pistons of course operates to rotate the drum and aclvance the pistons in the direction of the elevated faces 33 and toward the inclined faces 29; When the rotation has continued sufficiently, the exhaust-ports 34 are uncovered at their branches 35, so that the steam escapes, creating an exhaust from the expansion-chamber. The steam which remains in the chambers in front of the pistons when they have passed' beyond the exhaust-ports 34 is expelled through the auxiliary ports 36. In this way no back pressure is developed at the abutments 28 which might tend to prevent the rotation of the engine. When the pistons pass the most elevated points of the abutments 28, they slide down or outwardly on the inclined faces 30 toward the faces 32,

admitting steam again to the expansion chambers. This admission of the steam continues, of course, until cut-off occurs by the inward movement of the pistons, when they pass up to the elevated faces 33.

While I have described the engine as a steam-engine, its use is by no means confined to this gas, and it may be operated by any other gas, such as compressed air. Indeed, it could be operated by water.

Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent- 1. In a rotary engine, in combination, a casing presenting a substantially cylindrical body, a drum rotatably mounted within said body, a plurality of pistons projecting radially from said drum and normally engaging the inner face of said body, said body having abutments projecting inwardly and substantially abutting the cylindrical face of said drum, said casing further having exhaustports near said abutments, said abutments presenting inclined forward faces along which said pistons pass and aumliary ports in said inclined faces.

2. In a rotary engine, in combination, a casing presenting a substantially cylindrical body, a drum rotatably mounted wlthn said body, said casing havin a plurality of abutments projecting towar said drum and substantially abutting the outer surface thereof whereby a plurality of expansion-chambers are formed between said abutments, said abutments having inclined faces disposed forwardly with respect to the direction of rotation of said drum, means for admitting steam to the interior of said drum, said drum having steam-spaces, a plurality of pistons guided in said drum and backed by said steam-spaces whereby the steam operates to maintain said pistons in engagement with the said casing, said casing having exhaustports adjacent to said abutments adapted to be uncovered by the advance movement of said pistons, and further having auxiliary exhaust-ports opening on said inclined faces, loo

said auxiliary exhaust-ports affording escape for steam held before said pistons after passing said first exhaust-ports.

In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

ROBE T CORMACK MCLEAN.
Witnesses: THOMAS C. RUSSELL, JAMES A. FREW. 
  28 Dec 2019

Birth

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1898 Birth confirmation and baptism record for William King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1849Birth-EleanorMawson.jpg
1849Birth-EleanorMawson.jpg
1849 Birth record for Eleanor Mawson. 
  24 Jan 2020
1896Birth-EleanorKing.jpg
1896Birth-EleanorKing.jpg
1896 Birth confirmation and baptismal record for Eleanor King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1868Birth-MargaretKing.jpg
1868Birth-MargaretKing.jpg
1868 Birth confirmation and baptismal record for Margaret King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1645Birth-JaneWiggilsworth.jpg
1645Birth-JaneWiggilsworth.jpg
1645 transcription and Birth confirmation for Jane Wiggilsworth. 
  22 Jan 2020
1623Birth-JohnOverend.jpg
1623Birth-JohnOverend.jpg
1623 Birth record for John Overend. 
  21 Jan 2020
1656Birth-SamuellOverend.jpg
1656Birth-SamuellOverend.jpg
1656 Birth record for Samuell Overend. 
  21 Jan 2020
1709Birth-SusannaOverend.jpg
1709Birth-SusannaOverend.jpg
1709 Birth record for Susanna Overend. 
  21 Jan 2020
1890Birth-RobertMitchellWalker.jpg
1890Birth-RobertMitchellWalker.jpg
1890 Birth record for Robert Mitchell Walker. 
  16 Jan 2020
1914Birth-MaryGwendolynWalker.jpg
1914Birth-MaryGwendolynWalker.jpg
1914 Birth record for Mary Gwendolyn Walker. 
  16 Jan 2020

Census

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1911EngCen-AliceDalby-GeorgeKing.jpg
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1911 English Census record for the family of Alice Dalby and George King. The couple notes they have been married 15 years, had three children but only two are surviving. 
  24 Jan 2020
1901EngCen-AliceDalby-GeorgeKing.jpg
1901EngCen-AliceDalby-GeorgeKing.jpg
1901 English Census record for the family of Alice Dalby and George King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1891EngCen-GeorgeKing.jpg
1891EngCen-GeorgeKing.jpg
1891 English Census record for George King (16) as a Servant in the household of Hannah and Thomas Umpleby in Knaresborough, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. 
  24 Jan 2020
1901EngCen-AnnieSherwood-FrederickKing.jpg
1901EngCen-AnnieSherwood-FrederickKing.jpg
1901 English Census record for Annie Sherwood and Frederick King. In residence is their young nephew, William King (2 years. Son of Alice Dalby and George King). 
  24 Jan 2020
1891EngCen-FrederickKing.jpg
1891EngCen-FrederickKing.jpg
1891 English Census record for Frederick King (20) acting as a Servant in the household of Hannah and Joseph Ellis, in Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. 
  24 Jan 2020
1871EngCen-EleanorMawson-WilliamKing.jpg
1871EngCen-EleanorMawson-WilliamKing.jpg
1871 English Census record for the family of Eleanor Mawson and William King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1930USCen-FrancesLaVallie-BernardLaverdure-Pg2.jpg
1930USCen-FrancesLaVallie-BernardLaverdure-Pg2.jpg
1930 US Census record for the family of Frances LaVallie and Bernard Laverdure. In residence are several of their own children and orphaned grandchildren - Including Agnes Duchew and her siblings (Deschams. Future wife of Thomas Doney), Tim and Theresa Doney (Children of Thomas Doney). Page 2. 
  23 Jan 2020
1930USCen-FrancesLaVallie-BernardLaverdure-Pg1.jpg
1930USCen-FrancesLaVallie-BernardLaverdure-Pg1.jpg
1930 US Census record for the family of Frances LaVallie and Bernard Laverdure. In residence are several of their own children and orphaned grandchildren - Including Agnes Duchew and her siblings (Deschams. Future wife of Thomas Doney), Tim and Theresa Doney (Children of Thomas Doney). Page 1. 
  23 Jan 2020
1930USCen-ThomasDoney.jpg
1930USCen-ThomasDoney.jpg
1930 US Census record for Thomas Doney (31). He is noted as widowed, working along with his cousin David Doney (Noted as 19. Most likely David Doney, son of David David Doney) at the ranch of Benjamin Phillips. 
  23 Jan 2020
1940USCen-AgnesDuchow-ThomasTDoney.jpg
1940USCen-AgnesDuchow-ThomasTDoney.jpg
1940 US Census record for the family of Agnes Duchow and Thomas T Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020

Death

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2013Death-BruceAlanDoney.jpg
2013Death-BruceAlanDoney.jpg
2013 Death record for Bruce Alan Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020
2008Death-AlvinPhillipDoney.jpg
2008Death-AlvinPhillipDoney.jpg
2008 Death record for Alvin Phillip Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020
2014Death-StevenThomasDoney.jpg
2014Death-StevenThomasDoney.jpg
2014 Death record for Steven Thomas Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020
1970Death-ThomasTDoney.jpg
1970Death-ThomasTDoney.jpg
1970 Death record for Thomas T Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020
2009Death-RubyDoneyLaTray.jpg
2009Death-RubyDoneyLaTray.jpg
2009 Death record for Ruby Doney LaTray. 
  23 Jan 2020
2007Death-CharlesLloydDoney.jpg
2007Death-CharlesLloydDoney.jpg
2007 Death record for Charles Lloyd Doney. 
  23 Jan 2020
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1989Will-AlbertEdwardKing.jpg
1989 Will record for Albert Edward King, confirming date of death.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1995
Ancestry.com
Name: Albert Edward King
Death Date: 6 Mar 1989
Death Place: Elland W Yorks
Probate Date: 24 May 1989
Probate Registry: Leeds 
  23 Jan 2020
1930Death-HannahStottKingPriestley.jpg
1930Death-HannahStottKingPriestley.jpg
1930 Death record for Hannah Stott King Priestley. 
  23 Jan 2020
1856Death-EdwardKingIII.jpg
1856Death-EdwardKingIII.jpg
1856 Death record for Edward King, young son of Margaret and William King. 
  22 Jan 2020
1601Death-RobertBeecroft.jpg
1601Death-RobertBeecroft.jpg
1601 Death record for Robert Beecroft. First note, top left side. 
  22 Jan 2020

Marriage

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1896 Marriage record for Alice Ann Dalby and George King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1899Marriage-AnnieSherwood-FrederickKing.jpg
1899Marriage-AnnieSherwood-FrederickKing.jpg
1899 Marriage record for Annie Sherwood and Frederick King. 
  24 Jan 2020
1912Marriage-MaryLaverdure-JoeDeschamp.jpg
1912Marriage-MaryLaverdure-JoeDeschamp.jpg
1912 Marriage record for Mary Laverdure and Joe Deschamp. 
  23 Jan 2020
1911Marriage-AgnesGillGledhill-EdwardKing.jpg
1911Marriage-AgnesGillGledhill-EdwardKing.jpg
1911 Marriage record for Agnes Gill Gledhill and Edward King. 
  23 Jan 2020
1911MarriageBanns-AgnesGledhill-EdwardKing.jpg
1911MarriageBanns-AgnesGledhill-EdwardKing.jpg
1911 Marriage Banns record for Agnes Gledhill and Edward King. 
  23 Jan 2020
1910Marriage-EthelLees-ThomasKing.jpg
1910Marriage-EthelLees-ThomasKing.jpg
1910 Marriage record for Ethel Lees and Thomas King. 
  23 Jan 2020
1889Marriage-LeahHolt-MatthewKing.jpg
1889Marriage-LeahHolt-MatthewKing.jpg
1889 Marriage record for Leah Holt and Matthew King. 
  23 Jan 2020
1919Marriage-AliceKing-IrvineBolton.jpg
1919Marriage-AliceKing-IrvineBolton.jpg
1919 Marriage record for Alice King and Irvine Bolton. 
  23 Jan 2020
1615Marriage-AgnesColling-JohnGlover.jpg
1615Marriage-AgnesColling-JohnGlover.jpg
1615 Marriage transcription for Agnes Colling and John Glover. 
  22 Jan 2020
1642Marriage-GraceGlover-HenryWiggilsworth.jpg
1642Marriage-GraceGlover-HenryWiggilsworth.jpg
1642 transcription for the Marriage record of Grace Glover and Henry Wiggilsworth. 
  22 Jan 2020

Newspaper

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1897 Newspaper advertisement for Butcher Evan David. Published in the Barry Herald on 24 Dec 1897.
From the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, The National Library of Wales.
https://www.library.wales/ 
  15 Jan 2020

Obituaries

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1963 Obituary for Arthur James Nickle. Published 31 Aug 1963 in the Gazette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 
  24 Jan 2020
1990Obit-FredScottNickle.jpg
1990Obit-FredScottNickle.jpg
1990 Obituary for Fred Scott Nickle. Published in the Gazette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada on 22 Aug 1990. 
  24 Jan 2020
1950Obit-CarrieMettingerSetzlerWalker.jpg
1950Obit-CarrieMettingerSetzlerWalker.jpg
1950 Obituary for Caroline 'Carrie' Mettinger Setzler Walker. Published in the Mercury, 22 Apr 1950 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. 
  16 Jan 2020
1944Obit-AnnaWalkerLamkin.jpg
1944Obit-AnnaWalkerLamkin.jpg
1944 Obituary for Anna Walker Lamkin. Published in the Mercury, 8 Nov 1944 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Provided by cousin Marilyn. 
  15 Jan 2020
1905Obit-DanielHallKnight2.jpg
1905Obit-DanielHallKnight2.jpg
1905 Obituary for Daniel Hall Knight. Published in the Barry Herald on 28 Apr 1905.
From the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, The National Library of Wales.
https://www.library.wales/ 
  15 Jan 2020
1905Obit-DanielHallKnight.jpg
1905Obit-DanielHallKnight.jpg
1905 Obituary for Daniel Hall Knight.
From the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, The National Library of Wales.
https://www.library.wales/ 
  15 Jan 2020
1900Obit-RachelLewisKnight.jpg
1900Obit-RachelLewisKnight.jpg
1900 Obituary for Rachel Lewis Knight. Published in the Barry Herald, 7 Sept 1900.
From the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, The National Library of Wales.
https://www.library.wales/ 
  15 Jan 2020
1901Obit-SarahMcMullenLewisDavid2.jpg
1901Obit-SarahMcMullenLewisDavid2.jpg
1901 Obituary for Sarah McMullen Lewis David. Published in the Barry Herald, 2 Aug 1901.
From the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, The National Library of Wales.
https://www.library.wales/ 
  15 Jan 2020
1934Obit-CharlesIrvinWalker.jpg
1934Obit-CharlesIrvinWalker.jpg
1934 Obituary for Charles Irvin Walker. Published 1 Sep 1934 in the Mercury, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Provided by cousin Marilyn. 
  15 Jan 2020
1974Obit-JohnThomasHooper.jpg
1974Obit-JohnThomasHooper.jpg
1974 Obituary for John Thomas Hooper. Published on 25 Apr 1974 in the Gazette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Provided by cousin Marilyn. 
  15 Jan 2020

Shipping/Immigration

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1917 Travel and Naturalization record for Angus William Walker who relocated to Maryland, United States of America. 
  15 Jan 2020
1919Travel-HenryArthurWalker2.jpg
1919Travel-HenryArthurWalker2.jpg
1919 Travel record for Henry Arthur Walker at Vermont, United States immigrating from Canada. 
  15 Jan 2020
1919Travel-HenryArthurWalker.jpg
1919Travel-HenryArthurWalker.jpg
1919 Travel record for Henry Arthur Walker. He arrived 8 Jul 1919 in Buffalo, New York having come from Canada after having served in WWI. 
  15 Jan 2020
1917Ship-AnnieEdithKnightStelfox-GladysNoraStelfox.jpg
1917Ship-AnnieEdithKnightStelfox-GladysNoraStelfox.jpg
1917 Shipping arrival for Annie Edith Knight Stelfox and her young daughter Gladys Nora Stelfox abord the 'Olympic'. They arrived and re-entered the country in Jul 1917 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The record does state that Gladys Nora was born in England rather than Canada. 
  8 Jan 2020
1915Ship-Stelfox.jpg
1915Ship-Stelfox.jpg
1915 Shipping record for the Stelfox family, including Samuel, his wife Elizabeth Gleave Stelfox and their two adult daughters Jessie and Annie aboard the 'Carsicana'. Leaving 13 Oct 1915 from Liverpool, England and arriving in Quebec, Canada with the Allan line. 
  8 Jan 2020

War

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1919 First World War Medal record for John Arthur Light. 
  18 Jan 2020
1918War-HenryArthurWalker.jpg
1918War-HenryArthurWalker.jpg
1918 record for U.S., Residents Serving in Canadian Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918 for Henry Arthur Walker. 
  15 Jan 2020
1918War-JamesHaroldWalker.jpg
1918War-JamesHaroldWalker.jpg
1918 First World War Draft registration card for James Harold Walker. 
  15 Jan 2020

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Tree   Last Modified 
I3785 
King, George 
b. 1876  Bilton in Ainsty, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3790 
Dalby, Alice Ann 
b. 1876  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3792 
King, William IV 
b. 30 Jun 1898  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3782 
Mawson, Eleanor 
c. 4 Jun 1849  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3791 
King, Eleanor 
b. 17 Dec 1896  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3789 
Sherwood, Annie 
b. 1874  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3783 
King, Frederick 
b. 1872  Bilton in Ainsty, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3788 
King, Margaret 
c. 16 Feb 1868  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3759 
King, William III 
b. 1846  Bingley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
I3746 
King, William II 
c. 22 Sep 1817  Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020

Families

 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Married   Tree   Last Modified 
 F1414  I3785  George King  I3790  10 Oct 1896  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
 F1413  I3783  Frederick King  I3789  29 Jul 1899  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
 F1412  I3759  William King, III  I3782  1867  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 24 Jan 2020
 F948  I2208  Bernard Laverdure dit Lavenger  I2209    The Eng - Page Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F643  I1434  Thomas T Doney  I1456  12 Aug 1920  The Eng - Page Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F987  I2302  Charles Patrick Doney      The Eng - Page Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F710  I1434  Thomas T Doney  I1652  4 Mar 1931  The Eng - Page Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F986  I2301  Joseph Deschamps  I2300  3 Sep 1912  The Eng - Page Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F1411  I3771  Edward King, IV  I3780  15 Jul 1911  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 23 Jan 2020
 F1410  I3769  Thomas King  I3778  26 Feb 1910  The Hedgecoe - McKenna Family Tree 23 Jan 2020