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1851 Will:
DPRI/1/1619/W7 20 August 1619
William WARDE, yeoman, of parishe of Mugelswicke (Muggleswick, Muggleswicke) [Muggleswick, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/11 f.319v: 20 Aug 1619
DPRI/1/1619/W7/1-2 21 February 1619
will endorsed: proved
DPRI/1/1619/W7/3-4 7 June 1619
indented inventory, actual total £118 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19 13s 4d) 
WARD, William (I6677)
 
1852 Will: I Thomas Tidyman of Lingy Moor...yeoman...
To my dearly beloved wife...the Usury or interest from loan...during her natural life...household effects...
To my Daughter Dorothy Fifty Pounds after decease of my wife.
To my Daughter Mary "" ""
Rest to my Son Christopher Tidyman.... sole executor
Aug 7, 1779
Probate, Nov 28 1795 to son Christopher Tidyman 
TIDYMAN, Thomas (I10717)
 
1853 Will: left 500L to 'eldest daughter Elizabeth'. Left all household goods in Barton to son Thomas.
The will was proved August 5th 1743 
GILL, Thomas Esq. (I8275)
 
1854 Will: March 15, 1650. Robert Dodsworth of Barton, County of
York. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Dodsworth and his heirs all those my two manors of Barton, with their appurtenances, in the county of York, and all my lands lately purchased of John Dodsworth of Watlas, Esq., and Francis Wilkinson of Duaneton, gent, respectively, and all my tithes
in Barton aforesaid, and all that my messuage with the appurtenances in Berwick upon Tweede, and all that my rent charge or mortgage of tithe in Warke, in county Northumberland and all my rent charge in Ellington in said county Northumb., with all my rent charge in Little Lanckton, in the county of York, and failing my said son Thomas Dodsworth and the heirs of his body, to come to my daughter Elizabeth Dodsworth and her heirs, and failing my daughter Elizabeth to come to Mary Dodsworth and her heirs. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Dodsworth L700 in currant English money.

To daughter Mary the sum of L500 do., to be paid out of the said money that shall arise out of my lands or out of any debts owing to me. To my loving wife her thirds of all my lands during her life according to law. To my nephew Robert Dodsworth. the son of Ralph Dodsworth, L50 To Henry Stephens, my sister's son, £20. I forgive to my brother in law Henry Watson the debt he owes me. I forgive to my brother John Sleighthe the debt he owes me. Item. I remit to my brother William Bard the debt owing to me. Item, I give and bequeath to John Hebburne my brother in law L50 The residue of my goods and chattels, personal estate, and household stuff I
give unto my well beloved wife Margaret Dodsworth and my son Thomas Dodsworth whom I make joint executors, and I appoint my cosen Henry Dodsworth, my cosen Rowland Dodsworth, and my loving friend Joshua Greene supervisors, to each of whom I give L5 to buy a piece of plate for a token.
[Pr. June 25. 1651, by Margaret and Thomas Dodsworth.] 
DODSWORTH, Robert (I6882)
 
1855 Will: Will of Christopher Warde of Bolton on Swale – 1612


In the name of God Amen. The --- daie of February in the ---- year of the Reign of the King & Sovereign lord Kinge James of England --- dom-- 1612./ I Christopher Ward of Bolton of good & hole mynd, & memorie / thankes be to god doe ordane, ------, & ------- this my last will & Testament in manner and forme following. Viz. First I give & bequeath my soule unto the hands of Almightie god my Creator, & to Jesus Christ my only Saviour & redeemer, & my bodie to be buried in the grave---- of Bolton aforesaid when it shall everafter please god to call me to his memory. Itm I give & bequeath unto my daughter Syth the wife of William Nelson one Brindled cowe in full & whole satisfaction of all her filiall part or child portion. Itm I give and bequeath unto An Ward my second daughter one ------ cow, one------ quye, and five sheepe, --th my houses of Two? ---wall closes being & being w—h- in the lordshipp of Ellerton for h--- herenduring, --- a ---- all & Singular household stufe with nappeine? And all implonte? Therein -----. provided always that the said An Ward my second daughter shall paye out of these h---- goode by me bequeathed paye unto Leonard? Wastle gentleman fortie shillingsat – A--- the third daie of ---- next after the ---- -------. &further to Appor--- my Son Henry Ward & Alice Ward my youngest Daughter not good ---- clothes ------ ---- for their wearing --------- ---- or Cape-- & ----- ---- over. Itm. I give and bequeathe to Henry Ward my only Son all my houses & m----b n---th one --thpad-- boidhe-chadscal- & that they shall be found noth hay--- &grasse by-- the farme until may daie ----. Itm I give and bequeathe unto Alice Ward my youngest daughter Sixe pounds thirteen shillings--------- of good & lawefull ou------- money --- is in the hands of John Wharton? Of Catterick Bridge Inkeeper in full satisfaction of ---- her portion. All the rest of my goods, & chattles moveable & unmoveable ------ – bequeathed – debts ------ & funeral expenses ------- I give & bequeath unto Henry Ward my sole Son &to An Ward my second Daughter whom I make ----- & Sole executors of this my last will & testament –herof I have here—to sett my hand in the manner-- & Seale the ---- & have ----- above written. 
WARD, Chrisotpher (I8962)
 
1856 William (C) MOIR, of Halifax, Maria WARD, d/o James, 10 Mile House, Windsor Road  07 Feb.  1852, by Rev. Miller
Hfx. Acadian Recorder, 14 Feb. 
Family F966
 
1857 William and Joan were considered wealthy and they owned the largest home in Sandwich, Massachusetts SWIFT, William (I1603)
 
1858 William and Susannah were not married. STAVELY, William (I616)
 
1859 William Charles Lowthers. He purchased land in Three Mile Plains from Mrs. Elizabeth Killen March 9 1921. There were stipulations in the sale, that he should look after and keep Mrs. Annie Killen in the Custom to which she was used to. Proper care for sickness, etc. Mrs. Annie Killen must have been his grandmother (his mother's mother) LOWTHERS, William Charles (I107)
 
1860 William GRIFFIN/Jane BERRY    09 Feb.1831, by Rev. Delong, at Londonderry.
Westchester Township Record book 
Family F2086
 
1861 William H. Lowther, 67 of Milford, Massachusetts, died Sunday afternoon March 15, 2009 at his residence, after a courageous battle with cancer.
He was the husband of Helen F. (Anthony) Lowther.
Born in Sydney, he was the son of the late Lewis and Rhoda (Martin) Lowther and lived in Framingham, MA, before moving to Milford in 1974.
Mr. Lowther owned and operated B&L Manufacturing Company in Bellingham, MA since 1983.
Besides his wife of 48 years, he is survived by two sons, Larry Lowther and his wife, Elizabeth of Milford and William L. Lowther and his wife, Kimberly of Mendon; five grandchildren, Tiffany, Kyle and Kevin Lowther, all of Milford and Brian and William L. Lowther Jr., both of Mendon; several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his sister, Iris Mader and a brother, Reginald.
A graveside service was held March 23, 2009 in Vernon Grove Cemetery, Vernon Street in Milford. 
LOWTHER, William H. (I344)
 
1862 William H. was a farmer at Tennecape, NS; Hannah's will probated Windsor, NS 23 Sep, 1879 (HCEP 1242A). CHURCH, William H. (I2121)
 
1863 William is 'of Thwaite'. Ann is 'of Muker'. Family F3543
 
1864 William left a will which was witnessed by Wm. Colsel King (Preacher); John Bond, J.P.; and Richard Atwood, on May 23, 1810. However, note on the back of the will suggests he had died on or before March 31, 1810 WALKER, William (I172)
 
1865 William Mullins, his wife Alice and daughter Priscilla were original Mayflower passengers of 1620. MULLINS, William (I2573)
 
1866 William names his father as John Richardson on marriage register. Family F3529
 
1867 William signed the will of a William Pipes of Amherst in 1797.
William was included in the estate settlement of William Bulmer in 1807 
HALL, William (I1408)
 
1868 William Ward inherited a moiety (1/2) of the Manor of Consett (near Muggleswick, Durham) through his wife, Margaret, from her father William Peyghan:
"He (William Peyghan) died in 1422, leaving as his heir his daughter Margaret, wife of William Ward, aged . . his heir. The said William Ward who was of Hoton (now Hutton Henry), died in 1439, seised according to his inquisition post mortum of 16 Nov. 1439, of the said moiety, leaving his son John Ward, aged 21 his heir."

William Ward, of Hoton, Inquisition post mortam taken 16 November [1439] at Durham.
John aged 21, is his son and next heir.
Hoton, land and tenements in.
Conset, a moiety of the manor of.
Westraynton, land in ; held of the prior of Durham.
Portf.164. No.19. Reg. Vol. II., fo. 300d. 
WARD, William (I6666)
 
1869 William Ward v. Marmaduke Ward, Wm. Ward, Johanna Stockton (nee Ward), widow, Samuel Ovington, Margt. Stockton, Wm. Watson and his wife Elizabeth, Alice Ward, Dorothy Ward, Robt. Allen and his wife Ellinor, Cuthbert Appleby (husband of Anna Ward).: Right and title to lands, &c., in Hurworth (Durham), late of Robt. Ward (plaintiff's father), and formerly belonging to Wm. and Margt. Ward, father and mother of Robt., &c., &c.: Durham; York.
Date: 15 & 16 Chas 2 (1645 - 6
STOCKTON, Richard (I7033)
 
1870 William Ward v. Marmaduke Ward, Wm. Ward, Johanna Stockton (nee Ward), widow, Samuel Ovington, Margt. Stockton, Wm. Watson and his wife Elizabeth, Alice Ward, Dorothy Ward, Robt. Allen and his wife Ellinor, Cuthbert Appleby (husband of Anna Ward).: Right and title to lands, &c., in Hurworth (Durham), late of Robt. Ward (plaintiff's father), and formerly belonging to Wm. and Margt. Ward, father and mother of Robt., &c., &c.: Durham; York.
Date: 15 & 16 Chas 2 (1645 - 6) 
WARD, William (I7030)
 
1871 William WARD, senior, gentleman, of Hurworth upon Teese (Tease) in the county pallatine of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]
Date of probate: 1661
copy will, 10 February 1662 (DPR/I/1/1661/W13/1-2)
with memorandum certifying its accuracy and relating that the original will was delivered to Marmaduke Ward, sole executor, 27 Feb 1662
inventory, actual total £633 10s, 17 February 1662 (DPR/I/1/1661/W13/3)
Names sons: Robert, eldest son; William, second son; Marmaduke, third son;
Names 7 daughters: Ann Jopplyn, eldest; Joan Stockton, second; Elizabeth Watson, third; Dorothy, fourth; Alice, fifth; Mary Myot, sixth; Ellin Allen, seventh. 
WARD, William (I7027)
 
1872 William was a 'widower' when he married Elizabeth Ward Family F2675
 
1873 William was a grantee at Falmouth 1768 CHURCH, William (I2174)
 
1874 William was a Housewright and carpenter in Boston; he was known as"Yankee Bill". BLOIS, William (I2284)
 
1875 William was a light keeper at time of marriage Family F2012
 
1876 William was lost in the brig 'George M. Sole', Capt. Harvie in 1846, leaving no issue. The brig was never heard of after leaving port in Liverpool, G.B. MOSHER, William (I472)
 
1877 William Watson of Greate Broughton, near Kirkby in Cleveland. Family F3257
 
1878 William's residence is given as Richmond Family F2680
 
1879 William, bastard son of William Stavely and Susannah Colling STAVELY, William (I1209)
 
1880 William, son of William Stavely buried. STAVELY, William (I1209)
 
1881 William, was the founder of the hardware firm of William Stairs, Son & Morrow, Ltd. of Halifax, NS
He was mayor of Halifax from 1847 to 1848 
STAIRS, William Machin Esq. (I3811)
 
1882 Within the last month, at Truro, by the Rev. Mr. Burnyeat, Mr. Evan McPhee, to Miss Isabell Boggs, of Nine Mile River. Acadian Recorder: 24 March 1838 Family F1669
 
1883 Within the last month, at Truro, by the Rev. Mr. Burnyeat, Mr. John Caldwell to Miss McPhee of Nine Mile River. Acadian Recorder: 24 March 1838 Family F215
 
1884 Witness was Ralph Ward, probably his older brother born 1737. Family F2262
 
1885 Witnesses at their marriage were Thomas and Elizabeth Metcalfe who were married around the same time and were about the same age as James and Mary. Family F3077
 
1886 Witnesses on this marriage record are Hanby Waistell and Thomas Liddell.
This is strong evidence that Mary is the daughter of John and Jane Wilkenson. Waistells signed as witnesses on several of John and Jane's children's marriage records. 
Family F3027
 
1887 Witnesses were James Tenant and Susan Ward Family F2199
 
1888 Witnesses were Jeffry Waistell and Mary Gibson Family F3035
 
1889 Witnesses were Miss Edna Coombs, 104 Richmond St., Sydney and Noah Martin, 116 Richmond St., Sydney. Family F38
 
1890 witnesses, Tom Curry and Edward Lockhart.
marriage slip gives Maggie's mother's name as Mary Berry. 
Family F62
 
1891 Witnesses: Mary Riley, Archibald Singer Family F111
 
1892 Witnesses: Winnie Fulton, Ellen Begg Family F107
 
1893 WORCESTER Rosemary G. (Gordon) McManus, 90, of Worcester died peacefully Friday February 13, 2009 in the Beaumont at University Nursing Home. She is survived by her loving family; a son Charles E. McManus Jr. and his wife Rebecca of St. Paul St. Paul MN. A daughter Charlotte Adams of Worcester with whom she lived, two grandchildren, Ian of Denver Colorado, and Aria Rose of St. Paul. Six brothers Louis Gordon of Wakefield, Lowell Gordon of Dorchester, Alfred Gordon of East Sandwich, Robert Gordon of Wolaston, Leonard Gordon of N.H. and Walter Gordon of Boston, an aunt Irene Vatcher of Cape Breton, and a life long friend Lillian Seaward of Ashby Cape Breton, and several nephews and nieces. Rosemary was predeceased by a sister Cecelia MacInnis, and three brothers Harry, Charles, and Richard Gordon. Her former husband Charles E. McManus died in 2002. She was born in Cape Breton Nova Scotia daughter of the late Clarence and Hilda (Ward) Gordon and came to Massachusetts many years ago. She lived in Brookline for many years before moving to the Worcester area 30 years ago.

Rosemary was a graduate of the Cambridge Training School for Nurses class of "43" and was a Nurse for many years at the former Longwood Hospital in Brookline before she retired. Rosemary enjoyed bowling, crocheting, golf, and was an avid doll collector, and loved to read. She really enjoyed a good cup of coffee and lobster dinners. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Rosemary's funeral will be held Friday February 20, at 11AM in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL 370 Plantation St. Calling hours will be held Friday morning only from 9AM to the time of service in the funeral home. Interment will be in Worcester County Memorial Park, Paxton. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Hope Lodge 7 Oak St, Worcester MA. 01609 or to the Beaumont at University Nursing Home 378 Plantation St. Worcester MA. 01605. 
GORDON, Rosemary M. (I1694)
 
1894 worked for railroad EVANS, John Evan (I1166)
 
1895 Working as a shepherd for his sister and her husband John George Iveson. THOMPSON, Thomas Coates (I10372)
 
1896 year from headstone in Maplewood Cemetery, windsor RICKARD(S), William Walter (I1331)
 
1897 Yesterday evening in the 83rd year of his age, Mr. William Duffus. His funeral will take place from his late residence in Lockman Street, on Monday next, at 2 o'clock, when his friends are requested to attend.
Acadian Recorder, 3 May 1845. 
DUFFUS, William (I3740)
 
1898 Yesterday morning after a very short illness, Johanna S. second daughter of William Stairs, Esq. Funeral at 6 o'clock this afternoon.
Acadian Recorder, 5 July 1845 
STAIRS, Joanna Stayner (I4184)
 
1899 [Cape Breton Post Published: Wednesday, 09-June-1971 Page 3 ]
WILFRED S BURCHELL, 59, DIED SUDDENLY
Wilfred S Burchell, Q.C., 59, one of Cape Breton's best known lawyers, died suddenly Tuesday night at the family residence, 100 St. Peter's Road. Although ailing for several months, Mr. Burchell's death was unexpected. Born in Joggins Mines, he came to Sydney at an early age. He was educated in North Sydney and graduated from Dalhousie Law School. He practised law in Truro before moving here in 1950. Mr. Burchell was an ardent member of the Liberal Party and held many key posts with the party through the years. His election predictions were sought by newspapermen for many years and he usually was correct. Before his illness, he was a member of the Rotary Club and the Royal Cape Breton Yacht Club. He was a member of First United Church. A son of the late Mr. & Mrs. George B Burchell, he is survived by his widow; two sons: George, with the RCMP in Gander; John, Ottawa; and a daughter: Grace, now in Switzerland. Two brothers: David, Bras d'Or; and Ralph, Westmount, and a sister: Mrs. Duncan MacAskill, Halifax, also survive. The body is resting at the Fillmore Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. No flowers by request.Donations may be made to the Canadian Heart Foundation. 
BURCHELL, Wilfred Sydney (I8212)
 

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