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2051 She was the daughter and co-heir of Brian Willance, whose family had acquired the manor of Clints and its smelt mill from the Hutton family around 1618. By her marriage to John Bathurst, therefore, Bathurst gained possession of the Clints mill and was able to use it for smelting ore from the Arkengarthdale mines, which he leased in 1654. WILLANCE, Elizabeth (I6801)
2052 She was the daughter of John Wythes of Westwick. Alison and her husband are both buried in the church of Saints Peter and Wilfrid in Ripon.

There is a mention of her and her son Walter in "The Certificates of the Commissioners Appointed to Survey the Chantries, Guilds, Hospitals, etc."
"THE DEANEEV OF RIPON. 367 Goodes, onjamentes, and plate pertenynge to the aarao, as by J the inventory appei'^'th, viz : goods nii, and plate nil. I First, the mancion howse of the said hospitall with all the * closez therto belongynge, in the tenure of Thomas Staveley and Christofer Hebden, viijli.; one tenement with certen landes in Mulwath, in the tenure of Alice Ward and Walter Warde, viijli." 
WITHES, Alison (I6859)
2053 sheep farmer. PEACOCK, James Roger (I10010)
2054 Shepherd assisting his father RUTTER, George Tiplady (I10183)
2055 Shepherd's House was one of three houses situated at Holgate Farm just north of Marske. CLOSE, Joseph (I11155)
2056 Sheriff of Yorkshire.
"eldest son of Simon, was born about 1270 to 1280 ; he succeeded to the family estates on the death of his father in 1306. From 1315 (when he first served the office of Sheriff) to his death in 1334, he was one of the most prominent men in Yorkshire, in both civil and military affairs. His name occurs frequently in the Patent and Close Rolls of the period, and as these are now accessible in printed calendars, I omit all but the most important items there found. A fully annotated biography of Sir Simon would require a book to itself. A good account of his public services will be found in Walbran's Memorials of Fountains Abbey [Surttees Society, vol. 42]. '
It is not quite certain if he is the Simon Warde who married Isabel, daughter of Serlo de Westwick and widow of Sir Robert de Plumpton, but I do not know of any other Simon at this date, and I therefore include here all my notes relating to this marriage.
- 1299, Michaelmas Term. — Simon le Warde and Isabel his wife sued Robert de Plompton for a debt of 12 marks ." This Robert was the son of Isabel by her first husband.
- circa 1300-1. — Thomas de Seleby and Ellen his wife grant to Simon son of Simon Ward half a carucate of land in Newby-on-Yore (Ure), to hold of the chief lord, paying him 4.5. a year, and also a pair of gloves or a penny to John de Hauteclou, and a rose at Midsummer to the grantor. Witnesses, Roger Goldestan, Bailiff of Ripon, and others.
- 1301, March 30. — Sir Simon Warde the younger, knight, did homage and fealty to Thomas [de Corbridge], Archbishop of York, in his chamber at Beverley, for his tenement in Newby, and he admitted that he held by the service of a quarter of a knight's fee, but as to other services he knew not ; there must be an inquiry as to these.
- 1302-3.— Simon son of Simon Ward holds one fourth of a knight's fee in Newby-on-Yore.
He had a charter of tree warren in all his desmesne lands in Newby, dated January 28, 1303-4.
-1306-7,16 Kal. Feb. [January [7]. — Sir Simon le Warde presented Nicholas Warde, clerk, to the Rectory of Guiseley. Nicholas was probably Sir Simon's brother.
- 1314, June 24. — Simon Warde was one of those taken prisoner at the Battle of Bannockburn ; he was not killed there, as sometimes stated.
- 1315,June 3. — King Edward II granted an annuity of 100 marks [£66. 1 3j. 4.'/.] a year to Simon Warde, in consideration of his good service, until he should be provided with a life-estate to that value in lands or rents. "
- In 1315 Sir Simon was appointed Sheriff of Yorkshire ; his accounts cover from October 20, 1315, to January 21, 1316-7.
1315-6.— In the Nomina VUlarum of 9 Edward II, Simon Warde is returned as lord of the vills of Givendale, Newby, Guiseley and Driglington ; Baildon and Hawksworth are returned with the names of the undertenants.

- 1318, May 15. — Sir Simon began his second term as Sheriff, which, with a short interval, in December, 1318, lasted until June 15, 1323.

- 1322, March 16. — Sir Simon Warde and Sir Andrew Harcla were in command of the King's army when Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, was defeated and taken prisoner at the Battle of Boroughbridge.

Sir Simon died in the spring of 1334, shortly before April 9 as per the following:
"1334, 5 Ides April [April 9]. — William [de Melton j, Archbishop of York, to the Abbats of Fountains and Kirkstall; being fully confident of your diligence and purity of conscience, we appoint you in our place to pronounce the absolutions over the body of Sir Simon Ward, knight, lately deceased, from whatever sins he has committed, even in cases specially reserved for us, so far as our power extends so to do. Dated at Cawood."
- The explanation is very simple, and, so far from indicating any censure of the Church, what the Archbishop did was a high compliment. Not being able to be present himself, he appointed two of the most important abbats in the county to act as his deputies and to take part in the last solemn service of the "absolutions" .... Sir Simon had been one of the leading men in Yorkshire for many years, what more natural than that Archbishop Melton should wish to be represented at his funeral. 
WARD, Sir Simon (I7918)
2057 Ship Carpenter GREENOUGH, Major (I12980)
2058 Ship carpenter WARD, George (I15032)
2059 Shop assistant for grocer WILSON, Charles (I9848)
2060 Signed a marriage bond with William Rickards (Jr.) in Halifax County for marriage of William Rickards and Elizabeth Alexander SENTELL, Edward (I2093)
2061 Signed as a witness on her sister Elizabeth's marriage register. WARD, Mary Ann (I3048)
2062 signed on the will of his father-in-law Thomas Tidyman. ROBINSON, Bartholomew (I10731)
2063 Simon and Ellen are living next door to their son John and his family. WARD, Simon (I1664)
2064 Simon Ward of this parish and Eleanor Wilkinson of this parish...
Witnesses: William Shaw and Jane Hill. 
Family F585
2065 since Caleb is last found in the 1871 census, but not in the 1881, but his wife is, we can assume he died between those years. Also, since there is no death record in the NS archives for him, he must have died after 1877 (deaths were recorded for 1864-1877) BERRY, Caleb (I5690)
2066 Since his first son was named William, Edward is very likely the son of William Wilkinson b. 15 May 1701, Forcett, son of William. I just can't find a baptism record for him. WILKINSON, Edward (I8507)
2067 Since she was not included in her father's will of 1631, she must have pre-deceased him.
Because there are no records of any children being born anywhere in Durham or Yorkshire, it's possible she is the Ellen Carter who died in Richmond in March 1617. It is hard to read but they've transcribed it as wife of Thomas. Could be 'John' though. 
WARD, Eleanor (I7038)
2068 Since there is also a marriage record in the Marske by Richmond parish register for them, she was likely born there. Family F3938
2069 Since Thomas Forrest lived on the property next to William Berry, who had a wife named Phoebe, there is a good chance that Thomas married William's widow. Family F2141
2070 Single, retired colliery hewer. Living with his widowed sister Jane Peart WARD, James (I10756)
2071 Sir Edward Musgrave died May 23, 1542, leaving Sir William Musgrave, knt., his son and heir, then aged 33 ; Dame Joan appears to have predeceased her husband; Walbran says that she left a will dated 1540, and that Sir William had livery of a moiety of the Warde estates in 1543, but gives no authority. MUSGRAVE, Sir William (I8048)
2072 Sir John appears to have died before December 10, 1414, when his son Roger presented to the rectory of Guiseley WARD, Sir John (I7868)
2073 Sir John Warde, son of Sir Simon, 8, was, as he himself says 46 years of age in September, 1386, that is, he was born in 1339 or 1340. WARD, Sir John (I7868)
2074 Sir Roger died in 1453, after March 19 and before August 10. Buried at Esholt Abbey.
His will is as follows:

In Dei nomine. Amen. Memorandum that I, Roger Warde, knyght, in hole mynd, the xix day of the month of Marce, the yere of our Lord, MCCCClij [1452-3], make my testament in this maner: — I will and orden Jenet Ward, my wife, Roger Ward, my eldist sone, and Nicholas Ward my son, to be my full executurs, and thay to have my gudes, movable and immovable, and thay to dispose thaym for the wel of my soule, and pay my dettes, and to fulfyll my will; that is to say, I bequeth my saule to God all myghtty and to our Lady Sanct Mary and to the hole companie of Hevven, and my body to be beryd at the Abbay of Esshehold in Ayredale; and thay to fulfyll thes and all othir thynges as God and I and thay knawes, as they will answer to God. Proved August 10, 1453. 
WARD, Sir Roger (I7727)
2075 Sir Roger was dead at the date of his sister Joan's will, November 28, 1472 WARD, Sir Roger (I7710)
2076 Sir Timothy Hutton, leases to William Corbett of Marske, Katherine his wife, and Hutton Corbett his son, " the seate and soyle of the laite decayed leade mynes or smeltinge houses in the territories of Marsk, laite in tenure of Richard Wyllance of Richmond, deceased." CORBETT, William (I6548)
2077 Smith was her married name. She was a widow when she married Edward. Her maiden name was MURDOCH. Parents, Charles and Rachel.
Mary was the widow of William Smith of Brooklyn N.S. who died sometime between the 1871 census and 1876 when Mary married Edward Ward. 
MURDOCK, Mary Isabel (I259)
2078 So far, no records have been found that show who Caleb's parents were. But, it would seem the only Berry's in the area at the time who would have been the right age were the sons of Robert and Nancy Berry. William would seem the most likely of the two since Andrew cannot be found in any census or document after the poll tax of 1793.
- Two of Caleb's sons, named one of their sons 'William', which would be consistent with naming patterns if Caleb was a son of William. 
BERRY, Caleb (I5690)
2079 Sockburn is 13 miles East from Melsonby, where there was born an Edward Ward in 1659. WARD, Anthony (I6759)
2080 Some records say her middle name is Ansonetta WARD, Mary Ella Augonetta (I267)
2081 son A.N. Miller was reporting person (Alexander Nicholas) MILLER, John Jr. (I1478)
2082 son Alexander was present at death. DALRYMPLE, James (I331)
2083 Son Edmund is living with them CLOSE, Edmund (I11158)
2084 son of John and Sarah, Kirkbridge FRANKLAND, William (I6355)
2085 Son of Wm Reid of Aberdeen, Scotland.
Could this James Reid be a brother to the William Reid who married Sarah Ward? Both were in Newport and are only 3 years apart in age. 
REID, James (I1008)
2086 source - TERHUNE, John (I1747)
2087 South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900)

Tuesday 12 April 1892, Page 3

Sudden Death of Mr. Edward Ward. - Mr. Edward Ward, a sharebroker and a
member of the Stock Exchange of South Australia, fell dead in front of
Cowstock, Chambers, King William-street, at about 10 o'clock on Wednesday, March 30. The late Mr. Ward was an able advocate of, free trade principles, and was one of the founders of the Free Trade League with Messrs. J. H. Symon, J. Medway Day, and others. He acted as its Secretary, and frequently contributed correspondence to the S. A. Register bearing on the subject of free trade. As a member of the Kent Town Weslyan Church he took much interest in affairs pertaining to Methodism. Mr. Ward was born at Reeth, Yorkshire, in 1827, and went to reside in Bolton, Lancashire, when about fourteen years of age. During his residence in that town he went into
business as a draper. He came out to South Australia in August, 1880. Prior
to becoming a sharebroker he was a commercial traveller for a well-known Adelaide firm. No inquest was held, a medical certificate having been obtained to the effect that he succumbed to an attack of heart disease. 
WARD, Edward (I7538)
2088 spinster and William Rogers husbandman both of Bolton Family F4647
2089 St James Cemetery WARD, Sylvanus (I285)
2090 St. Edmunds, Marske headstone:
In memory of Eleanor w/o John Wilkinson who d 27 Sep 1861 aged 52 yrs. Affliction sor long time I bore, Physicians were in vain; till God at length did please to ease & free me of my pain.
Also of the above named John Wilkinson who d 21 Dec 1868 aged 69 yrs. Also Eleanor Wilkinson d/o John & Eleanor Wilkinson who d 7 Mar 1861 aged 12 yrs. Also Elizabeth Fryer w/o Joseph Fryer & d/o the above who d 26 May 1854 aged 20 yrs. Also Margaret Ann d/o Joseph & Elizabeth Fryer who d 1 Mar 1861 aged 6 yrs. Also Henry Fryer s/o Joseph & Margaret Fryer who d 22 Apr 1861 aged 2 yrs. Also Eleanor Fryer d/o Joseph & Margaret Fryer who d 23 Apr 1861 aged 5 yrs. Also of Mary d/o the above named John & Eleanor Wilkinson who d 11 Jul 1868 aged 52 yrs. 
WILKINSON, John (I6158)
2091 St. James Anglican Cemetery WARD, Annie (I684)
2092 St. James Anglican Church Family F85
2093 St. Pauls Anglican church records
by license
Witness: William Casey 
Family F10
2094 Startforth Parish burial record: Mary of Joseph and Susannah Walker WALKER, Mary (I1667)
2095 Startforth Parish record states they are 'both of Arkendale' (sic) Family F3266
2096 Startforth parish register: Vincent, son of Vincent Coates baptized COATES, Vincent (I8834)
2097 steam wagon driver WARD, Frederick (I9853)
2098 Still living in Quincy, MA GORDON, Robert McKenzie (I1698)
2099 Still living with her great uncle John Groves. Her mother married in 1907. GROVES, Lily (I8820)
2100 Stillborn during the Halifax Explosion GORDON, Baby (Stillborn) (I1693)

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