Son of Martha Ellis, B. 12, June 1843 M. to John Harvey B.1 July 1837
Daughter of Mordecai Ellis B. 19 Dec. 1791 (2) M. Ruth Hinshaw (Lee) B.11 June 1799 ( Friends Meetings)
Son of Samuel Ellis B. 9 Apr. 1762 M. to Kezian Warrel D. 18 May 1839 ( Friends Meetings)
Son of Mordecai Ellis B. 23,Sept. 1723 M. Mary Hutton D. 21 Dec. 1774
Son of Thomas Ellis ( Alias Robert ap Thomas, Thomas ap Robert) D.11 June 1760 M.…
Posted on March 7, 2013 at 12:25am
The problem with the name Ellis is- when the man named Thomas Ellis lived in Wales, he went by a different name and ellis was his first name. Many of the people who traveled from wales used their first names as last names.
Posted on March 7, 2013 at 12:00am
I am sure the spelling can come in a few different fashions, when it comes to William the Conqueror and his name. I am attempting to write a small tidbit of history in my own words on William, who was much loved by my family for generations and the love came into my great-grandmother Joy Harvey , who spoke of William the Conqueror so very often.
William the Conqueror was our legacy , our inheritance our my words from what my beloved grandmother would say.…Continue
Posted on July 20, 2011 at 1:15pm — 3 Comments
Has anyone proved or disproved the connection to Mary MAinwaring (m. John de Clayton)--abt 1440 TO the Earl of Chester---Hugh Kevelioc (or Meschines) b.abt 1147 via an illegitimate daughter Amicia?
If you have either evidence, I would be interested in the family line AND your sources for information. Is…
Posted on April 12, 2011 at 3:43am — 1 Comment
An Answer to the Book of SIR THOMAS MANWARINGE: ------ After this a paper war of 15 pamphlets in 1675: Justice of Itinerant at Chester assizes declaral in…Continue
Posted on April 12, 2011 at 3:40am