Individual Notes

Note for:   Thomas Augustus Yarrow,   1826 -          Index

Christening:   
     Date:   3 SEP 1826


Individual Notes

Note for:   Frederick Geary Yarrow,   1835 - 29 JUL 1891         Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1855
     Place:   Confectioner


Individual Notes

Note for:   Christopher Royde or Roydes,   14 MAR 1549/50 - AUG 1600         Index

Christening:   
     Date:   14 MAR 1549/50
     Place:   Halifax

Individual Note:
     [Combined.ged]

Christopher Royde or Roydes of Brownehill in Soyland ; Bapt 14 March 1549-50 at Halifax ; Married 1st at Elland 9 November 1574, Elizabeth Royde, his cousin, daughter of Brian Roides, Gent. (she died 1594); 2ndly at Elland, 15 June 1596, Grace Dewhurst (who died 1598) ; in 1576 he conveyed 1 acre called Middillode Close to his mother Grace Wodde, and sold 1 acre 1 rood in Estflatt to Robert Townend; in 1579 he sold 3 acres called "ffar fflatt" and 1 acre in Soyland to Gilbert Rammesden, and in 1586 mortgaged Brownehill to Andrew Holden of Haslingden, co. Lancs. He sold "Three Four acres" in Soyland, containing 5 acres, to Thomas ffoxcrofte in 1591, and Pighell, containing 1 acre 2 roods, to Edward Tattersall, and "Severall," containing 2 acres 2roods, to Thomas Denton 1594. Died August 1600 and buried at Elland. He was succeeded by his eldest son John.

the PEDIGREE of THE FAMILY of ROYDS
by Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B.
Published in London by:
Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 140 Wardour Street, W.
1910
Page 3
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Christopher Royde or Roydes of Brownehill in Soyland; bapt. 14 March 1549-50 at Halifax; mar . 1st at Elland, 9 September 1574, Elizabeth Royde, his cousin, dau. of Brian Roides, Gent. ( she died 1594); 2ndly at Elland, 15 June 1596; Grace Dewhurst (who died 1598); in 1576 he con veyed 1 acre called Middillode Close to his mother Grace Wodde, and sold 1 acre, 1 rood in Es tflatt to Robert Townend; in 1579 he sold 3 acres called "ffarr fflatt" and 1 acre in Soylan d to Gilbert Rammesden, and in 1586 mortgaged Brownehill to Andrew Holden of Haslingden, co . Lancs. He sold "Three four acres" in Soyland, containing 3 acres, to Thomas ffoxcrofte 159 1, and Pigheli, containing 1 acre 2 roods, to Edward Tattersall, and "Sefverall," containin g 2 acres 2 roods, to Thomas Denton 1594. Died August 1600 and buried at Elland. He was suc ceeded by his eldest son John.[Charlie's.FTW]

[Combined.ged]

Christopher Royde or Roydes of Brownehill in Soyland ; Bapt 14 March 1549-50 at Halifax ; Married 1st at Elland 9 November 1574, Elizabeth Royde, his cousin, daughter of Brian Roides, Gent. (she died 1594); 2ndly at Elland, 15 June 1596, Grace Dewhurst (who died 1598) ; in 1576 he conveyed 1 acre called Middillode Close to his mother Grace Wodde, and sold 1 acre 1 rood in Estflatt to Robert Townend; in 1579 he sold 3 acres called "ffar fflatt" and 1 acre in Soyland to Gilbert Rammesden, and in 1586 mortgaged Brownehill to Andrew Holden of Haslingden, co. Lancs. He sold "Three Four acres" in Soyland, containing 5 acres, to Thomas ffoxcrofte in 1591, and Pighell, containing 1 acre 2 roods, to Edward Tattersall, and "Severall," containing 2 acres 2roods, to Thomas Denton 1594. Died August 1600 and buried at Elland. He was succeeded by his eldest son John.

the PEDIGREE of THE FAMILY of ROYDS
by Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B.
Published in London by:
Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 140 Wardour Street, W.
1910
Page 3
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Christopher Royde or Roydes of Brownehill in Soyland; bapt. 14 March 1549-50 at Halifax; mar . 1st at Elland, 9 September 1574, Elizabeth Royde, his cousin, dau. of Brian Roides, Gent. ( she died 1594); 2ndly at Elland, 15 June 1596; Grace Dewhurst (who died 1598); in 1576 he con veyed 1 acre called Middillode Close to his mother Grace Wodde, and sold 1 acre, 1 rood in Es tflatt to Robert Townend; in 1579 he sold 3 acres called "ffarr fflatt" and 1 acre in Soylan d to Gilbert Rammesden, and in 1586 mortgaged Brownehill to Andrew Holden of Haslingden, co . Lancs. He sold "Three four acres" in Soyland, containing 3 acres, to Thomas ffoxcrofte 159 1, and Pigheli, containing 1 acre 2 roods, to Edward Tattersall, and "Sefverall," containin g 2 acres 2 roods, to Thomas Denton 1594. Died August 1600 and buried at Elland. He was suc ceeded by his eldest son John.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Samuel Brierley,   1801 - 1876         Index

Individual Note:
     [Combined.ged]

He took out the eastern seats from his own Pew in St. Mary's Church, Rochdale, and brought in a rustic garden seat, so all the family could face towards the East; before this act the pew had always seated ten all round. such was Samuel's sense of ritual.
[Charlie's.FTW]

[Combined.ged]

He took out the eastern seats from his own Pew in St. Mary's Church, Rochdale, and brought in a rustic garden seat, so all the family could face towards the East; before this act the pew had always seated ten all round. such was Samuel's sense of ritual.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Henry Brierley,   1847 - 1933         Index

Individual Note:
     [Combined.ged]

Became a Lawyer in Rochdale and wrote his "Reminiscences"
[Charlie's.FTW]

[Combined.ged]

Became a Lawyer in Rochdale and wrote his "Reminiscences"

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Roide or Roides,   1518 - ABT 1560         Index

Individual Note:
     [Combined.ged]

John Roide or Roides of Brownhill, died about 1560 and his son Christopher succeeded to his property in Soyland and Sowerby

the PEDIGREE of THE FAMILY of ROYDS
by Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B.
Published in London by:
Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 140 Wardour Street, W.
1910
page 3
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John Roide or Roides of Brownhill, died about 1560 and his son; Christopher succeeded to hi s property in Soyland and Sowerby.[Charlie's.FTW]

[Combined.ged]

John Roide or Roides of Brownhill, died about 1560 and his son Christopher succeeded to his property in Soyland and Sowerby

the PEDIGREE of THE FAMILY of ROYDS
by Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B.
Published in London by:
Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 140 Wardour Street, W.
1910
page 3
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John Roide or Roides of Brownhill, died about 1560 and his son; Christopher succeeded to hi s property in Soyland and Sowerby.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Joseph Harvey Trollope,   3 OCT 1828 - 14 FEB 1914         Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1881
     Place:   Builder & Contractor

Residence:   
     Date:   1881
     Place:   Barham House, Leigham Ct Road, Streatham

Individual Note:
     Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 2nd June 1838 (aged 9):
My dear Papa
The Midsr Holidays are so fast approaching that I have written a few lines to inform you they begin on the 14th of the present month
I hope you will be pleased with the improvement made by me since Christmas, as I have been pretty attentive to my studies, and trust when I come home I shall find you all quite well = With love to my dear Mamma, Brothers and Sisters,
    I am, My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
    J.H. Trollope.
Dr and Mrs Brown desire their best compt's the school re-opens on the 16th July

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 4th Dec 1838 (aged 10):
My dear Mamma,
As the Christmas holidays are fast approaching, I write to inform you they begin on the 18th Ins't and that we shall begin our studies again on the 21st Jan'y
I think I have made some little progress since Mids'r, as I havebeen pretty hard at work.
I shall be at Charing Cross about 1/2 past 10. Give my love to my dear Papa, Brothers and Sisters.
Dr and Mrs Brown desire their best comp'ts
I am,
My dear Mamma
Your affec'te son
J.H.Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 1st June 1839 (aged 10):
My dear Papa,
As the Midsummer holidays are now fast approaching, I write to inform you they begin on the 18th and we are to return to our studies on the 22nd July.
I hope you will find me improved in all respects, as I have been trying to please you.
I have begun the Rule of Three, as well as the translation of French Tables, and have got on a good deal in Latin since I saw you at Easter
We shall be at Vauxhall about 1/4 before 10
     I am, My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
    J.H. Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 3rd Dec 1840 (aged 12):

My dear Mamma,
Having passed many weeks at school, I write to say that I hope we shall see you on Tuesday the 15th Ins't, as we are informed that the Holidays begin on that day, and our studies will recommence on the 18th Jan'y - I hope you will find me improved in my learning since I last saw you; knowing that I ought to try and improve as much as I can - Please to give my love to my dear Papa, Brothers, and Sisters, and accept the same yourself
My dear Mamma,
from your affect'e son,
J.H.Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 3rd June 1840 (aged 12):

My dear Papa,
The Midsummer Holidays being near, I write to announce, that they begin on the 17th ins't, and we are to return to our studies on the 22nd July
We shall come home by the Railway, and be at Wandsworth at 1/2 past 8.
I am,
My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
J.H.Trollope
[Charlie's.FTW]

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 2nd June 1838 (aged 9):
My dear Papa
The Midsr Holidays are so fast approaching that I have written a few lines to inform you they begin on the 14th of the present month
I hope you will be pleased with the improvement made by me since Christmas, as I have been pretty attentive to my studies, and trust when I come home I shall find you all quite well = With love to my dear Mamma, Brothers and Sisters,
    I am, My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
    J.H. Trollope.
Dr and Mrs Brown desire their best compt's the school re-opens on the 16th July

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 4th Dec 1838 (aged 10):
My dear Mamma,
As the Christmas holidays are fast approaching, I write to inform you they begin on the 18th Ins't and that we shall begin our studies again on the 21st Jan'y
I think I have made some little progress since Mids'r, as I havebeen pretty hard at work.
I shall be at Charing Cross about 1/2 past 10. Give my love to my dear Papa, Brothers and Sisters.
Dr and Mrs Brown desire their best comp'ts
I am,
My dear Mamma
Your affec'te son
J.H.Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 1st June 1839 (aged 10):
My dear Papa,
As the Midsummer holidays are now fast approaching, I write to inform you they begin on the 18th and we are to return to our studies on the 22nd July.
I hope you will find me improved in all respects, as I have been trying to please you.
I have begun the Rule of Three, as well as the translation of French Tables, and have got on a good deal in Latin since I saw you at Easter
We shall be at Vauxhall about 1/4 before 10
     I am, My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
    J.H. Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 3rd Dec 1840 (aged 12):

My dear Mamma,
Having passed many weeks at school, I write to say that I hope we shall see you on Tuesday the 15th Ins't, as we are informed that the Holidays begin on that day, and our studies will recommence on the 18th Jan'y - I hope you will find me improved in my learning since I last saw you; knowing that I ought to try and improve as much as I can - Please to give my love to my dear Papa, Brothers, and Sisters, and accept the same yourself
My dear Mamma,
from your affect'e son,
J.H.Trollope.

Letter from Esher, Surrey, dated 3rd June 1840 (aged 12):

My dear Papa,
The Midsummer Holidays being near, I write to announce, that they begin on the 17th ins't, and we are to return to our studies on the 22nd July
We shall come home by the Railway, and be at Wandsworth at 1/2 past 8.
I am,
My dear Papa,
Your affec'te Son,
J.H.Trollope

Individual Notes

Note for:   Josephine Mary Trollope,   13 APR 1861 - 9 SEP 1957         Index

Individual Note:
     Josephine Mary Trollope, born Aril 13, 1861 and baptized May 31, at the parish church of St. Leonard, Streatham. She joined the Oxford Mission in Calcutta after her fathers death in 1914 and became Sister Josephine

A Memoir of the FAMILY OF TROLLOPE
Compiled by the Rev. Mark Napier Trollope, M.A., New College, Oxford.
printed by Spottiswoode & Co., New-Street Square, London
1897

page 118
[Charlie's.FTW]

Josephine Mary Trollope, born Aril 13, 1861 and baptized May 31, at the parish church of St. Leonard, Streatham. She joined the Oxford Mission in Calcutta after her fathers death in 1914 and became Sister Josephine

A Memoir of the FAMILY OF TROLLOPE
Compiled by the Rev. Mark Napier Trollope, M.A., New College, Oxford.
printed by Spottiswoode & Co., New-Street Square, London
1897

page 118

Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Hugh Binyon,   14 MAR 1955 -          Index

Education:   
     Date:   BET 1968 AND 1971
     Place:   Milton Abbey Public School

Education:   
     Date:   BET 1963 AND 1968
     Place:   Westbourne House, Chichester

Occupation:   
     Date:   1985
     Place:   Private Yacht Captain

Occupation:   
     Date:   BET 1976 AND 1985
     Place:   Private Yacht Engineer

Event:   
     Type:   Christened
     Date:   26 JUN 1955
     Place:   St Mary the Virgin, Hayes, Kent


Individual Notes

Note for:   John Roide,    - BEF 1510         Index

Individual Note:
     [Combined.ged]

John Roides or Roide of Brownhill in Soyland; in 1485 he surrendered 30 acres in Sowerby to his son John; dead in 1510 (see Wakefield Court Rolls 10 February 1505-6).

the PEDIGREE of THE FAMILY of ROYDS
by Sir Clement Molyneux Royds, C.B.
Published in London by:
Mitchell Hughes and Clarke, 140 Wardour Street, W.
1910
page 3
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John Roides or Roide of Brownhill in Soyland; in 1485 he surrendered 30 acres in Sowerby to h is son John; dead in 1510 (see Wakefield Court Rolls 10 February 1505-6)