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Albert James Croskery

M, #3576, b. 14 July 1840, d. 17 January 1865
Last Edited14 January 2020
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hugh Croskery (b. 1803)
Mother*Charlotte Wallace Brown (b. about 1813)

BMDB Events

BirthAlbert James Croskery was born on 14 July 1840 in County Down, Northern IrelandG.1
DeathAlbert James Croskery died on 17 January 1865 at age 24. On a shipwreck of the "Columbian" off Ushant, Brittany, France, an island in the English Channel. There is a short article about this in the Old Mersey Times, in 1865:
Mr CROSKERRY joined in October or November 1863, as 2nd officer. Witness had subsequently watched his course closely, and recommended him to pass as 1st master, and having done so he was put on board the COLOMBIAN. Not only from what the witness had seen, but, from the reports, he had every reason to believe that CROSKERRY was a perfectly efficient officer. He had a master’s certificate. The other officers had good recommendations. The captain took an observation and said the ship was near Ushant, the vessel was then driving in shore, and in a short time struck on the rocks, she drifted off again and half an hour afterwards went down. When the ship was going down the captain came to the lobby, and witness assisted him off with his boots, the captain went to his room as the ship was sinking, he was not sober then. After the captain’s boots were taken off he slipped on the deck, and did not appear to make any effort to save himself, he could not, the man was completely gone. The ship went down sucking all hands with her except the witness and two men, they got on to a pigstye and were afterwards picked up by the pilot boat.1

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Horatio Collingwood Croskery

M, #3577, b. 21 July 1842, d. 5 June 1929
Last Edited14 January 2020
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hugh Croskery (b. 1803)
Mother*Charlotte Wallace Brown (b. about 1813)

BMDB Events

BirthHoratio Collingwood Croskery was born on 21 July 1842 in County Down, Northern IrelandG.1
BaptisedHoratio Collingwood Croskery was Baptised on 24 July 1842 in Down, Northern IrelandG.
MarriageHoratio Collingwood Croskery and Annie Arnold Hutton were married in 1874.1
DeathHoratio Collingwood Croskery died on 5 June 1929 at age 86.

Other Life Events

Residence (fam)Horatio Collingwood Croskery and Annie Arnold Hutton lived at 1 Ballywarren in Downpatrick Rural, County Down, Northern IrelandG, in 1911.2
AnecdoteHoratio Collingwood Croskery, who was born on 21 July 1842 in Down- patrick, County Down. He married Annie Arnold Hutton in 1874 and they had five children: Margaret Croskery, Charlotte Wallace Croskery (b.abt. 1883), Catherine Elizabeth Croskery (b.abt 1885), Winifred Croskery (1888-1967) and Horatio Collingwood Croskery (b.1891). Horatio was a General Merchant and had a warehouse at 16 Market Street, Downpatrick, and yards in Market Street and Quoile Quay the departments were Family Groceries, wines and Spirits, Home and Foreign Provisions, Farm and Garden Seeds, Artificial Manures, Iron and Coal. He owned a stable and yard, and either owned or leased (from Major Robert Wallace) Nos. 5,6, 7 and 86, Irish Street, Downpatrick. In the 1901 Census he is noted as being a Publican and Grocer, but by 1911 he listed himself as being a Farmer at 1 Ballywarren. The family were Unitarian and could all read and write. He also owned two ships, as follows: the schooners ’Glide’ and ’Nelson’ (No. 37182 Glide; registered Belfast; a schooner of 64 tons; built Bay of Verte New Brunswick 1861; owned by Horatio Croskery of Downpatrick; Lloyds- builder Edward Gooden; dimen- sions 70.7 x 21.5 x 8.3; re-registered Belfast Nov 1900 upon restoration to seaworthiness and all Belfast owned; register closed March1915- being broken up. And also, No. 64460 Nelson,registered Belfast; a schooner of 134 tons; built Coverdale 1870; owned by Horatio Croskery of Downpatrick; Lloyds- builder Wright; dimensions 94 x25.8 x 9.4 Board of Trade 2887/88- on 7 Aug 1887 on Strangford to Ardrossan, in ballast, about w mile north of Corsewell Point, Firth of Clyde, sank following collision with the steamer Ayrshire of Belfast; crew and a passenger all saved.) Horatio died on 5 June 1929, and in his will he left 7,445-8s-0d; the testator was his son Horatio Collingwood, Coal Merchant.

Family: Annie Arnold Hutton (b. about 1847)

Daughter*Charlotte Croskery (b. 1883)
Daughter*Katherine Croskery (b. 1885)
Daughter*Winifred Croskery+ (b. 1888, d. 17 August 1967)
Son*Horatio Croskery (b. 1891)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S307] 1911 Ireland Census in the National Archives Dublin Ireland, Residents of a house 1 in Ballywarren (Downpatrick Rural, Down)Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Birthplace Occupation Literacy Irish Language Marital Status Specified Illnesses Years Married Children Born Children LivingCroskery Horatio 68 Male Head of Family Uniterian Co Down Farmer Both - Married - 34 - 5Croskery Annie Arnold 61 Female Wife Uniterian Co Down - Read and write - - - 34 7 5Croskery Charlotte 28 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Katherine 26 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Winifred 23 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Horatio 20 Male Son Uniterian Co Down Farmers Son Read and write - Single - - - -

Frederick Croskery

M, #3578, b. 13 March 1845
Last Edited24 November 2016
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hugh Croskery (b. 1803)
Mother*Charlotte Wallace Brown (b. about 1813)

BMDB Events

BirthFrederick Croskery was born on 13 March 1845 in County Down, Northern IrelandG.1

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Capt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery

M, #3579, b. 16 December 1847, d. 27 May 1933
Last Edited24 November 2016
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hugh Croskery (b. 1803)
Mother*Charlotte Wallace Brown (b. about 1813)

BMDB Events

BirthCapt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery was born on 16 December 1847 in County Down, Northern IrelandG.1
MarriageCapt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery and Mary Gilmore were married on 13 August 1874 at Seaview, Portland Terrace, in Troon, Ayrshire, ScotlandG.1
MarriageCapt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery and Clara Nicol were married after 1899.1
DeathCapt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery died on 27 May 1933 at age 85 in New Ferry, Cheshire, EnglandG.

Other Life Events

AnecdoteOn 23 February 1895, in Baltimore, Maryland, United StatesG. Blown to Sea in a Blizzard.

Terrible Experience of the British Ship Benlarig.

Baltimore, Feb. 22.—The steamer Rossmore arrived to-day with Pilot Franklin Beebe of New York and news of the overdue ship Benlarig, which left Caleta Buena, Chile, October 6, with a cargo of niter for New York.

She was seventy-five miles off New York February 5, when she took Pilot Beebe aboard to guide her into New York. Two days afterward the blizzard carried her to sea. All her sails were blown away. One of the crew was thrown and had a leg broken, and the intense cold prostrated three more with frost-bitten limbs. Two seamen died. The ship's company were put on short rations. After fourteen days' tossing about in the blizzard, the Rossmore, from Liverpool to Baltimore, sighted the ship on Monday night 130 miles off Sandy Hook. The Rossmore stopped and a boat put off from the distressed ship. Pilot Beebe was almost prostrated with illness. Captain Beall and seamen of the Benlarig refused to leave the ship. Captain Croskery supplied the ship's baot with food sufficient to last ten days.
AnecdoteIn 1899, Samuel was Master of the Rossmore, and then, by 1910, he was the Master of the Minterne (owner A.J. Hood). The ship left Antwerp on 5 December 1910, went to Huelva, Alriers, Genoa and Soulia. At that point he was 61 and signed himself as S.M. West Croskery, but the following year signed as West Croskery. On this same voyage Clara Croskery (50) was listed as stewardess and paid One Shilling - her address was the same as Samuel's. The following year he was Master of the Minterne on a voyage to Antwerp, Rosaria and Norfolk, Virginia. The Minterne was struck and sunk by a German U-boat submarine in 1915.(Note 1) The crew were rescued and taken to Penzance.1
AnecdoteOn 2 September 1914, in London, EnglandG. U.S. ANGER WITH GERMANY

Further evidence of the United States sympathy with Great Britain's cause continues to reach this country. In a letter to Captain Croskery, of New Ferry, Cheshire, Mr. John Stewart Morton, of St. Paul Street, Baltimore, says:
"Never have I seen the citizens of this country so worked up against a country as they are against the Germans. It just shows when old Mother England is in trouble our sympathies go right out in her direction."

Family 1: Mary Gilmore (b. 4 January 1843, d. between January 1899 and March 1899)

Daughter*Marian Gilmour Croskery (b. 8 December 1879, d. August 1970)
Daughter*Jeanie Elenora Dunsmuir Croskery

Family 2: Clara Nicol (b. about 1857, d. 1922)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Mary Gilmore

F, #3580, b. 4 January 1843, d. between January 1899 and March 1899
Last Edited16 December 2018
RelationshipPartner of Capt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery (great-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery)

 

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BirthMary Gilmore was born on 4 January 1843 in Riccarton, Ayrshire, ScotlandG.1,2
MarriageCapt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery and Mary Gilmore were married on 13 August 1874 at Seaview, Portland Terrace, in Troon, Ayrshire, ScotlandG.1
DeathMary Gilmore died between January 1899 and March 1899 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, EnglandG.2

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of 13 August 1874, Mary Gilmore's married name was Mary Croskery.1

Family: Capt. Samuel Maxwell West Croskery (b. 16 December 1847, d. 27 May 1933)

Daughter*Marian Gilmour Croskery (b. 8 December 1879, d. August 1970)
Daughter*Jeanie Elenora Dunsmuir Croskery

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S335] We Relate, http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Mary_Gilmour_%286%29

Kenneth Carter

M, #3581, b. 1930, d. 18 January 2007
Last Edited24 November 2016

 

 

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BirthKenneth Carter was born in 1930.1
DeathKenneth Carter died on 18 January 2007 at age ~77 at Soldiers Memorial Hospital in Middleton, Nova Scotia, CanadaG.1

Citations

  1. [S79] Family Member, Joan Carter

Kenneth P. Carter

M, #3582, b. 1871, d. 26 December 1899
Last Edited13 December 2018

 

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Parents

Father*Charles Robert Carter (b. 1837, d. 1894)
Mother*Mary Ann Green (b. 1849, d. 1889)

BMDB Events

BirthKenneth P. Carter was born in 1871 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.1
MarriageKenneth P. Carter and Elizabeth Jane ("Lizzie") Hapgood were married on 27 May 1895 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.1
DeathKenneth P. Carter died on 26 December 1899 at age ~28 in Cabot Island, NewfoundlandG.1

Family: Elizabeth Jane ("Lizzie") Hapgood (b. 13 December 1876, d. 18 March 1958)

Citations

  1. [S189] ancestry.com, http://person.ancestry.com/tree/46785255/person/25799168344/facts

Charles Robert Carter

M, #3583, b. 1837, d. 1894
Last Edited24 November 2016

 

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Parents

Father*Samuel Carter (b. 1802, d. 1855)
Mother*Elizabeth Spurrell (b. 1812, d. May 1837)

BMDB Events

BirthCharles Robert Carter was born in 1837 in NewfoundlandG.1
MarriageCharles Robert Carter and Mary Ann Green were married in 1869.2,3
DeathCharles Robert Carter died in 1894 at age ~57 in NewfoundlandG.1

Family: Mary Ann Green (b. 1849, d. 1889)

Son*Kenneth P. Carter (b. 1871, d. 26 December 1899)
Son*Frederick John Carter (b. 10 September 1878, d. 26 December 1899)
Daughter*Alice Lily ("Allie") Carter+ (b. 1882, d. 1967)

Citations

  1. [S392] Roderick F Brentnall, E-Mail from Roderick F Brentnall, My relative Mary Ann Green who is one of my cousins (Fred Carter) grandmother married Charles Robert Carter b. 1837 and d. 1894., email address, Toronto, ON, to Brian Turnbull, 2016, 2017, 2018
  2. [S166] The Carters, By Fred Carter
  3. [S392] Roderick F Brentnall, E-Mail from Roderick F Brentnall, Mary Anne married my great- grandfather, Charles Robert Carter, in 1869. Peter informed me that James and Susan Tiller, following the death of Mary Anne (Green) Carter during an epidemic of diphtheria in 1889 at age 40, had taken Mary Anne's youngest daughter Alice (Aunt Allie) to live with them in Wesleyville, until she was old enough to return to Ship Island and keep house for her brothers Sandy, Kenneth (my grandfather) and Frederick.See this story on my blog. The Greens of Ship Islandhttp://freshwaterbay.blogspot.ca/2008/03/greens-of-ship-island_03.html, email address, Toronto, ON, to Brian Turnbull, 2016, 2017, 2018

Frederick John Carter

M, #3584, b. 10 September 1878, d. 26 December 1899
Last Edited20 November 2017

 

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Parents

Father*Charles Robert Carter (b. 1837, d. 1894)
Mother*Mary Ann Green (b. 1849, d. 1889)

BMDB Events

BirthFrederick John Carter was born on 10 September 1878 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.1
MarriageFrederick John Carter and Beatrice Louise Peckford were married on 20 November 1899 at St. Thomas's Anglican Church in St. John's, NewfoundlandG.2
DeathFrederick John Carter died Drowning on 26 December 1899 at age 21 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.3

Family: Beatrice Louise Peckford (b. 1879)

Citations

  1. [S338] FamilySearch, "Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893," database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK9Y-Q7Q3, Name Fredrick John Carter Event Type Birth Event Date 10 Sep 1878 Event Place Greenspond, Bonavista, Newfoundland, Canada Gender Male Father's Name Charles Carter Mother's Name Mary Ann.
  2. [S166] The Carters, By Fred Carter
  3. [S338] FamilySearch, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949", database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKQF-7MXX, Name Frederick Carter Event Type Death Event Date 26 Dec 1899 Event Place Greenspond, Newfoundland, Canada Gender Male Age 21 Birth Year (Estimated) 1878 Entry Number 33.

Beatrice Louise Peckford

F, #3585, b. 1879
Last Edited20 November 2017

 

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Parents

Father*Henry Peckford
Mother*Eliza

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BirthBeatrice Louise Peckford was born in 1879 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.
ChrBeatrice Louise Peckford was christened on 28 July 1879 in Greenspond, Bonavista, NewfoundlandG.1,2
MarriageFrederick John Carter and Beatrice Louise Peckford were married on 20 November 1899 at St. Thomas's Anglican Church in St. John's, NewfoundlandG.1
MarriageBenjamin Day and Beatrice Louise Peckford were married on 21 November 1900.1

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of 20 November 1899, Beatrice Louise Peckford's married name was Beatrice Carter.1
Name-MarriedAs of 21 November 1900, Beatrice Louise Peckford's married name was Beatrice Day.1

Family 1: Frederick John Carter (b. 10 September 1878, d. 26 December 1899)

Family 2: Benjamin Day (b. 1863, d. June 1908)

Citations

  1. [S166] The Carters, By Fred Carter
  2. [S338] FamilySearch, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVJP-DMVY, Name Beatrice Louise Peckford Event Type Birth Registration Event Date 1879 Event Place St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada Gender Female Birth Year (Estimated) 1879 Christening Date 28 Jul 1879 Christening Place Greens Pond, Newfoundland, Canada Father's Name Henry Peckford (Fisherman) Mother's Name Eliza.

Benjamin Day

M, #3586, b. 1863, d. June 1908
Last Edited2 June 2017

 

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BirthBenjamin Day was born in 1863 in NewfoundlandG.1
MarriageBenjamin Day and Beatrice Louise Peckford were married on 21 November 1900.2
DeathBenjamin Day died in June 1908 at age ~45 in NewfoundlandG.2,1

Family: Beatrice Louise Peckford (b. 1879)

Citations

  1. [S390] myheritage.com, Benjamin Edward Day; https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-40001-958523976/benjamin-edward-day-in-familysearch-family-tree, Benjamin Edward Day Birth: 1863 - Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Death: June 1908 - Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Spouses: Beatrice Louise Peckford, Emily Day Children: Miss Day, Ella May DayA.
  2. [S166] The Carters, By Fred Carter

Annie Arnold Hutton

F, #3587, b. about 1847
Last Edited21 July 2018
RelationshipPartner of Horatio Collingwood Croskery (great-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery)

 

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BirthAnnie Arnold Hutton was born about 1847.1
MarriageHoratio Collingwood Croskery and Annie Arnold Hutton were married in 1874.1

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAnnie Arnold Hutton's married name was Annie Arnold Croskery.1
Residence (fam)Horatio Collingwood Croskery and Annie Arnold Hutton lived at 1 Ballywarren in Downpatrick Rural, County Down, Northern IrelandG, in 1911.2

Family: Horatio Collingwood Croskery (b. 21 July 1842, d. 5 June 1929)

Daughter*Charlotte Croskery (b. 1883)
Daughter*Katherine Croskery (b. 1885)
Daughter*Winifred Croskery+ (b. 1888, d. 17 August 1967)
Son*Horatio Croskery (b. 1891)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S307] 1911 Ireland Census in the National Archives Dublin Ireland, Residents of a house 1 in Ballywarren (Downpatrick Rural, Down)Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Birthplace Occupation Literacy Irish Language Marital Status Specified Illnesses Years Married Children Born Children LivingCroskery Horatio 68 Male Head of Family Uniterian Co Down Farmer Both - Married - 34 - 5Croskery Annie Arnold 61 Female Wife Uniterian Co Down - Read and write - - - 34 7 5Croskery Charlotte 28 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Katherine 26 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Winifred 23 Female Daughter Uniterian Co Down Farmers Daughter Read and write - Single - - - -Croskery Horatio 20 Male Son Uniterian Co Down Farmers Son Read and write - Single - - - -

Wallace Brown Croskery

M, #3588, b. 6 February 1851, d. 27 April 1926
Last Edited14 January 2020
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hugh Croskery (b. 1803)
Mother*Charlotte Wallace Brown (b. about 1813)

BMDB Events

BirthWallace Brown Croskery was born on 6 February 1851 in County Down, Northern IrelandG.1
DeathWallace Brown Croskery died on 27 April 1926 at age 75 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, EnglandG.

Other Life Events

AnecdoteWallace Brown Croskery, born on 6 February 1851 in Downpatrick, County Down. By 1881 he was living in Marylebone, Middlesex at 1 Dorset Square as a Medical Assistant, and later moved to Eckington, Derbyshire, where he worked as a Physician and Surgeon (he is in the medical register of 1913, shown as living at Springfield House Eckington Derbyshire: Registered 29 jan 1876 as a ’Lic r coll surg ire 1875, lic lic midwife 1879, K Q Royl coll phys Irel 1876’) until his death on 27 April 1926 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. He never married. His will stated: “My practice is not to be sold and no debts are to be collected.” He also stipulated that fifty pounds was to be allocated to the care and upkeep of his parrot and his dog.

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Catherine Ann Littlejohn

F, #3589, b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889
Last Edited26 June 2019
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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BirthCatherine Ann Littlejohn was born on 3 September 1808 in Kingston, JamaicaG.1,2
MarriageRev. Charles Henry Hall and Catherine Ann Littlejohn were married on 17 July 1832 at Hope Park in Parish of St Andrew, JamaicaG.1
DeathCatherine Ann Littlejohn died on 26 June 1889 at age 80 at Saint Andrew in JamaicaG.3

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of 17 July 1832, Catherine Ann Littlejohn's married name was Catherine Ann Hall.1

Family: Rev. Charles Henry Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)

Daughter*Flora Eliza Hall (b. 21 June 1833, d. 4 July 1834)
Daughter*Charliana Sophia Hall+ (b. 28 May 1835)
Son*Charles William Henry Hall (b. 11 February 1837, d. 24 October 1890)
Son*Caleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall+ (b. 12 May 1838, d. 16 June 1899)
Son*David Baillie Hall (b. 29 August 1839)
Son*Edward Hamilton Hall+ (b. 4 December 1840, d. 28 August 1880)
Daughter*Elizabeth Caroline Hall (b. 12 July 1842)
Daughter*Mary Octavia Hall (b. 12 July 1843, d. 25 September 1846)
Son*George Nicholas Hall+ (b. 25 November 1844)
Daughter*Emily Hall (b. 16 February 1846)
Son*Henry Boone Hall (b. 4 September 1847, d. 8 July 1866)
Daughter*Catherine Anne Hall+ (b. 19 October 1853, d. 31 March 1902)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KP1S-W54, Name Ann Catherine Hall
    Event Type Death
    Event Date 26 Jun 1889
    Event Place Saint Andrew, Jamaica
    Gender Female
    Age 82
    Birth Year (Estimated) 1807
    Spouse's Name Charles Henry Hall
    Page 658.
  3. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KP1S-W54, Name Ann Catherine Hall Event Type Death Event Date 26 Jun 1889 Event Place Saint Andrew, Jamaica Gender Female Age 82 Birth Year (Estimated) 1807 Spouse's Name Charles Henry Hall Page 658.

C. M. Littlejohn

M, #3590
Last Edited1 October 2018
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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MarriageC. M. Littlejohn and Ann De La Pierre Bennett were married.1

Family: Ann De La Pierre Bennett

Son*David Reiussel Littlejohn
Daughter*Catherine Ann Littlejohn+ (b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Ann De La Pierre Bennett

F, #3591
Last Edited24 November 2016
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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MarriageC. M. Littlejohn and Ann De La Pierre Bennett were married.1

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NameAnn De La Pierre Bennett was also known as Ann de la Pierre Littlejohn.1

Family: C. M. Littlejohn

Son*David Reiussel Littlejohn
Daughter*Catherine Ann Littlejohn+ (b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Caleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall

M, #3592, b. 12 May 1838, d. 16 June 1899
Last Edited1 October 2018
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Rev. Charles Henry Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)
Mother*Catherine Ann Littlejohn (b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889)

BMDB Events

BirthCaleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall was born on 12 May 1838 at Parsonage in St. John, Middlesex, JamaicaG.1
BaptisedCaleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall was Baptised on 30 January 1839 in St. Andrew, Surrey, JamaicaG. by the Rev. A. Campbell. Sponsors: C. M. Littlejohn, Edward Litteljohn and Mrs H. S. Isaacs2
MarriageCaleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall and Catherine Hamilton were married on 6 December 1870.3,1
DeathCaleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall died on 16 June 1899 at age 61 in Kingston, JamaicaG.4,1
BurialCaleb Littlejohn Mumford Hall was buried at Buried Halfway Tree Churchyard in St. Andrew, Surrey, JamaicaG.1

Family: Catherine Hamilton (b. 14 June 1850)

Son*Caleb Hall
Son*Edward Hamilton Hall
Son*Duncan Hamilton Hall (b. 27 December 1871)
Son*Charles Henry Hall (b. 11 March 1873, d. 5 July 1917)
Son*David Baillie Hall (b. 24 August 1876)
Son*Herbert Croskery Hall (b. 5 December 1877)

Citations

  1. [S705] Nick Hall, Family Bible, Hall, email address, Kingston, Jamaica, to Brian Turnbull, 2018, Caleb Litteljohn, born at the Parsonage, St Johns, on 12th May 1838. Baptized in January 1839 at Halfway Tree Church, St Andrew by the Rev. A. Campbell. Sponsors: C. M. Littlejohn, Edward Litteljohn and Mrs H. S. Isaacs, married Kathleen Hamilton, 6th December 1870. Died 16th June 1900 (1899?). Buried Halfway Tree Churchyard.
  2. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica Births and Baptisms, 1752-1920; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XNV6-W2S, Name Caleb Littljohn Hall Gender Male Christening Date 30 Jan 1839 Christening Place St. Andrew, Surry, Jamaica Father's Name Charles Henry Hall Mother's Name Ann Catherine.
  3. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  4. [S338] FamilySearch, "Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999," database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KP1C-PS1, Name Caleb Litteljohn Hall Event Type Death Event Date 16 Jun 1899 Event Place Kingston, Jamaica Gender Male Age 61 Birth Year (Estimated) 1838 Certificate Number 6273.

George Nicholas Hall

M, #3593, b. 25 November 1844
Last Edited1 October 2018
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Rev. Charles Henry Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)
Mother*Catherine Ann Littlejohn (b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889)

BMDB Events

BirthGeorge Nicholas Hall was born on 25 November 1844 at Parsonage in Saint John, Hackney Parish, Middlesex, JamaicaG.1
BaptisedGeorge Nicholas Hall was Baptised on 6 April 1845 in St. John, Middlesex, JamaicaG. Sponsors: George Price, Emily Price and D. R. Litteljohn.2,3
MarriageGeorge Nicholas Hall and Maud Alleyne Mora Aitken were married.1
DeathGeorge Nicholas Hall died in Spanish Town, JamaicaG.3
BurialGeorge Nicholas Hall was buried at Halfway Tree Churchyard in St. Andrew, Surrey, JamaicaG.3

Family: Maud Alleyne Mora Aitken (b. 1860)

Son*Arthur More-Molyneaux Hall+ (b. 27 August 1883)
Son*Clement Hall (b. about 1885)
Daughter*Pearl Hall (b. about 1887)
Daughter*Edith Hall (b. about 1889)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica Births and Baptisms, 1752-1920; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XNKN-MPD, Name George Nicholas Hall Gender Male Christening Date 06 Apr 1845 Christening Place Parish of St. John, Middlesex, Jamaica Father's NameCharles Henry Hall Mother's Name Ann Catherine.
  3. [S705] Nick Hall, Family Bible, Hall, email address, Kingston, Jamaica, to Brian Turnbull, 2018, George Nicholas, born 25th November 1844, at the Parsonage, St Johns. Baptized at St John’s Chaple. Lluidas Vale on 6th April 1845.Sponsors: George Price, Emily Price and D. R. Litteljohn. (Died in Spanish Town on the buried in Halfway Tree Churchyard).

Catherine Anne Hall

F, #3594, b. 19 October 1853, d. 31 March 1902
Last Edited1 October 2018
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Rev. Charles Henry Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)
Mother*Catherine Ann Littlejohn (b. 3 September 1808, d. 26 June 1889)

BMDB Events

BirthCatherine Anne Hall was born on 19 October 1853 at Rectory of Clarendon in JamaicaG.
ChrCatherine Anne Hall was christened on 20 January 1854 at Church in Chapelton, JamaicaG. Sponsors: Charlianna Sophia Hall, her sister, Caroline Mary Lash, her cousin, and Charles W. H. Hall, her brother.1
MarriageCharles Colquhoun Aitken and Catherine Anne Hall were married on 7 January 1879 at St. Andrew Parish Church in Half Way Tree, Kingston, JamaicaG.2
DeathCatherine Anne Hall died on 31 March 1902 at age 48 in Saint Catherine, JamaicaG.3

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of 7 January 1879, Catherine Anne Hall's married name was Catherine Anne Aitken.2

Family: Charles Colquhoun Aitken (b. 1 August 1848, d. 21 November 1921)

Son*Charles Henry Colquhoun ("Harry") Aitken (b. about 1880)
Son*Dermot Colquhoun Aitken (b. about 1882)
Daughter*Violet Avery Aitken+ (b. about 1884)
Son*Eric Colquhond Aitken (b. about 1886)
Son*Leonard Colquhoun Aitken+ (b. about 1888)
Son*Aubrey Aitken (b. about 1890)
Son*Victor Aitken (b. about 1892)
Daughter*Marguerite Aimee ("Daisy") Aitken (b. about 1894)

Citations

  1. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica, Church of England Parish Register Transcripts, 1664-1880; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VH63-G6L, Name Catharine Anne Hall Event Type Christening Event Date 20 Jan 1854 Event Place All Parishes, Jamaica Gender Female Father's Name Charles Henry Hall Mother's Name Ann Catherine Page 72.
  2. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  3. [S338] FamilySearch, "Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999," database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K5MM-F49, Name Catherine Ann Kathleen Aitken Event Type Death Event Date 31 Mar 1902 Event Place Saint Catherine, Jamaica Gender Female Age 48 Birth Year (Estimated) 1854 Spouse's Name Charles Colquhorn Aitken Page6850.

Col. Charles William Hall

M, #3595, b. 1768, d. 11 April 1832
Last Edited1 October 2018
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Hon. Charles Hall (b. 1725, d. August 1795)
Mother*Elizabeth Boon (b. 27 December 1734, d. 1773)

BMDB Events

BirthCol. Charles William Hall was born in 1768 in Liquanea, JamaicaG.1,2
ChrCol. Charles William Hall was christened on 24 July 1768 in Kingston, JamaicaG.3
MarriageCol. Charles William Hall and Isabella Ann Ford were married on 13 September 1806 in Saint Andrew, JamaicaG. Isabella married Col Charles William HALL Esq of Pleasant Prospect pen, Liguanea. In the West Indies, the term ‘pen’ refers to a farm or plantation. According to the Jamaican Gazette of 1840, Pleasant Prospect was an estate of only 16 acres. It must have been the residential property near Kingston while the family’s income came from the larger plantation of 918 acres at Hall’s Prospect pen in the Eastern District.1,2
DeathCol. Charles William Hall died on 11 April 1832 at age ~64 at Pleasant Prospect in St Andrew, JamaicaG. Charles died intestate in Jamaica on the 11th April 1832, aged 64yrs. [PROB 11/1663/503]. However his name still appears in the 1840 Jamaica Almanack at Pleasant Prospect with 16 acres.2

Other Life Events

AnecdoteCharles William HALL appears in 1811 owning an estate at Pleasant Prospect pen in the parish of St Andrew where he was a Lt Col of the St Andrews Regt (militia) as well as being a solicitor. He appears in the 1820 Slave Returns acting as the attorney for his brother-in-law Edward Pinnock Wallen (1770-1822) who had returned to England. He later appears as executor and sole surviving trustee. He also acted for the Pinnocks and signed the Slave registers in their absence.
AnecdoteIsabella and Charles had eleven children including four sets of twins between 1807 and 1821, but several are presumed to have died young. Not surprising given the unhealthy climate of Jamaica.4

Family 1: Lucy Scott

Daughter*Fanny Hall (b. 1803)
Son*Alexander Hall (b. 1805)

Family 2: Isabella Ann Ford (b. 1790, d. 27 January 1824)

Daughter*Eliza Ann Hall (b. 1807, d. 1887)
Son*Rev. Charles Henry Hall+ (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)
Daughter*Isabella Ann Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. before 1814)
Son*George James Hall (b. 17 October 1810, d. 18 October 1817)
Son*David Baillie Hall (b. 20 November 1812, d. 14 March 1839)
Daughter*Mary Christiana Hall (b. 8 December 1814, d. 25 October 1830)
Daughter*Isabella Sophie Hall (b. 8 December 1814)
Son*Edward Hall (b. 10 May 1818)
Daughter*Octavia Hall (b. 10 May 1818)
Son*Manley Dixon Hall (b. 17 September 1821, d. circa 1886)
Son*William Matthew Hall (b. 17 September 1821)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  3. [S338] FamilySearch, Jamaica, Church of England Parish Register Transcripts, 1664-1880; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VH64-GX6, Name Charles William Hall Event Type Christening Event Date 24 Jul 1768 Event Place Kingston, Jamaica Gender Male Father's Name Charles Hall Mother's Name Elizabeth Hall.
  4. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, Isabella and Charles had eleven children including four sets of twins between 1807 and 1821, but several are presumed to have died young. Not surprising given the unhealthy climate of Jamaica., email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009

Isabella Ann Ford

F, #3596, b. 1790, d. 27 January 1824
Last Edited13 September 2018
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Captain Henry Ford (d. 3 November 1793)
Mother*Isabella Andrews (b. say 1764, d. 27 January 1824)

BMDB Events

BirthIsabella Ann Ford was born in 1790 in CanadaG. probably at Niagara1
MarriageCol. Charles William Hall and Isabella Ann Ford were married on 13 September 1806 in Saint Andrew, JamaicaG. Isabella married Col Charles William HALL Esq of Pleasant Prospect pen, Liguanea. In the West Indies, the term ‘pen’ refers to a farm or plantation. According to the Jamaican Gazette of 1840, Pleasant Prospect was an estate of only 16 acres. It must have been the residential property near Kingston while the family’s income came from the larger plantation of 918 acres at Hall’s Prospect pen in the Eastern District.2,1
DeathIsabella Ann Ford died on 27 January 1824 at age ~34 in Half Way Tree, Kingston, JamaicaG.1
BurialIsabella Ann Ford was buried after 27 January 1824 at St. Andrews church yard in Half Way Tree, Kingston, JamaicaG.1

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of 13 September 1806, Isabella Ann Ford's married name was Isabella Ann Hall.2
AnecdoteIn her will dated 18th May 1822, she states that “the two children of Margaret Pearce” are to be made free, raising the speculation that they may also have been her husband’s children.1

Family: Col. Charles William Hall (b. 1768, d. 11 April 1832)

Daughter*Eliza Ann Hall (b. 1807, d. 1887)
Son*Rev. Charles Henry Hall+ (b. 24 April 1809, d. 3 December 1880)
Daughter*Isabella Ann Hall (b. 24 April 1809, d. before 1814)
Son*George James Hall (b. 17 October 1810, d. 18 October 1817)
Son*David Baillie Hall (b. 20 November 1812, d. 14 March 1839)
Daughter*Mary Christiana Hall (b. 8 December 1814, d. 25 October 1830)
Daughter*Isabella Sophie Hall (b. 8 December 1814)
Son*Edward Hall (b. 10 May 1818)
Daughter*Octavia Hall (b. 10 May 1818)
Son*Manley Dixon Hall (b. 17 September 1821, d. circa 1886)
Son*William Matthew Hall (b. 17 September 1821)

Citations

  1. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  2. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Captain Henry Ford

M, #3597, d. 3 November 1793
Last Edited24 November 2016
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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BMDB Events

MarriageCaptain Henry Ford and Isabella Andrews were married say 1784.1
DeathCaptain Henry Ford died on 3 November 1793.2

Family: Isabella Andrews (b. say 1764, d. 27 January 1824)

Daughter*Eliza Archange Ford (b. about 1790)
Daughter*Isabella Ann Ford+ (b. 1790, d. 27 January 1824)

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009

Isabella Andrews

F, #3598, b. say 1764, d. 27 January 1824
Last Edited18 September 2018
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Commodore James Andrews (d. 31 October 1780)
Mother*Elizabeth Philips (b. 1 January 1747, d. 30 November 1825)

BMDB Events

BirthIsabella Andrews was born say 1764 in CanadaG.1
MarriageCaptain Henry Ford and Isabella Andrews were married say 1784.2
MarriageMajor George Hill and Isabella Andrews were married on 22 June 1796 in Niagara, Ontario, CanadaG. George Hill was a Major in the 85th Regiment stationed in the West Indies from 1802-18081
DeathIsabella Andrews died on 27 January 1824.2

Other Life Events

Name-MarriedAs of say 1784, Isabella Andrews's married name was Isabella Ford.2
Name-MarriedAs of 22 June 1796, Isabella Andrews's married name was Isabella Hill.1

Family 1: Captain Henry Ford (d. 3 November 1793)

Daughter*Eliza Archange Ford (b. about 1790)
Daughter*Isabella Ann Ford+ (b. 1790, d. 27 January 1824)

Family 2: Major George Hill (b. 1758, d. 7 September 1809)

Citations

  1. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  2. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011

Eliza Ann Hall

F, #3599, b. 1807, d. 1887
Last Edited24 November 2016
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery

 

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Parents

Father*Col. Charles William Hall (b. 1768, d. 11 April 1832)
Mother*Isabella Ann Ford (b. 1790, d. 27 January 1824)

BMDB Events

BirthEliza Ann Hall was born in 1807 in JamaicaG.1,2
MarriageDavid Ross Clarke and Eliza Ann Hall were married on 8 March 1827 at Pleasant Prospect Pen, St. Andrews, in Kingston, JamaicaG.1,3
DeathEliza Ann Hall died in 1887 at age ~80 in EnglandG.1,2

Other Life Events

NameAs of 8 March 1827, Eliza Ann Hall was also known as Eliza Ann Clarke.1
Anecdote (fam). Eliza and her Scottish husband - David Ross Clarke - had five children - 3 daughters and 2 sons, but only the eldest Col Alexander Ross Clarke RE CB FRS left a family. He married Frances Maria DIXON and they had 13 children. One boy died young. The other three boys married but only two of the girls found husbands as their mother died in 1888 and there was no-one to help them find husbands.
There were 13 children - and only twelve grandchildren; six of them born to my grandfather in NZ - only only 13 gt grandchildren - but since then!!!!
Jeanette2

Citations

  1. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  2. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  3. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, Eliza Ann’s marriage appears in the St Andrews register for 8 March 1827 but no birth/baptism entry has been found., email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009

David Ross Clarke

M, #3600
Last Edited24 November 2016
RelationshipPartner of Eliza Ann Hall (2nd great-grandaunt of Anthony George Henry ("Tony") Croskery)

 

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BMDB Events

BirthDavid Ross Clarke was born in ScotlandG.1
MarriageDavid Ross Clarke and Eliza Ann Hall were married on 8 March 1827 at Pleasant Prospect Pen, St. Andrews, in Kingston, JamaicaG.2,3

Other Life Events

Anecdote (fam). Eliza and her Scottish husband - David Ross Clarke - had five children - 3 daughters and 2 sons, but only the eldest Col Alexander Ross Clarke RE CB FRS left a family. He married Frances Maria DIXON and they had 13 children. One boy died young. The other three boys married but only two of the girls found husbands as their mother died in 1888 and there was no-one to help them find husbands.
There were 13 children - and only twelve grandchildren; six of them born to my grandfather in NZ - only only 13 gt grandchildren - but since then!!!!
Jeanette1

Family: Eliza Ann Hall (b. 1807, d. 1887)

Citations

  1. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  2. [S221] Brent Coskery, E-Mail from Brent Coskery, email address, Toronto, Canada, to Brian Turnbull, 2007 - 2011
  3. [S260] Jeanette Grant, E-Mail from Jeanette Grant, Eliza Ann’s marriage appears in the St Andrews register for 8 March 1827 but no birth/baptism entry has been found., email address, New Zealand, to Brian Turnbull, 2009