Hawker and Hall Family Trees

Citations


Arnold Harry Bullock

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Millicent Ivy Rock

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Ernest Frederick Henry Rock

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Kate Irene Edwards

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


David Ernest Rock

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).


Brian Leonard Rock

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).


George Elwell Ward

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.

3Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Lilian Mary Faulkener

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Martin George Ward

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).


Arthur Joseph Allen

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Gladys Violet Faulkener

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.

3Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Peter Alan Thomas Faulkener

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.

3Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


Gladys Hewitt

1Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock, Unpublished. Reference Frederick Rock 5998.
Compiled by Fraser & Fraser during search for heirs of Frederick Rock (d. 19 April 1998).

2Fraser & Fraser (probate researchers), Descendant chart of Samuel George Rock.


James Tapper

1Internet, Email from Pia Tapper Fenton to Graham Hawker, 11 Apr 2002.
"I saw your message on the www.genforum.com website regarding Frederick Charles Tapper.  I
am researching the Tappers of Wiltshire, and I believe his parents were William Tapper
(christened 8 May 1800 at St. Martin's parish, Salisbury, the son of James Tapper and Ann 
nee Ingram), and Fanny White.  William and Fanny were married on 5 November 1830 at
Alderbury, Wiltshire.  I have not found the christening for Frederick Charles as yet, but I believe
his children were called Frederick William, Ernest Walter and Charlotte Ellen."


Ann Ingram

1Internet, Email from Pia Tapper Fenton to Graham Hawker, 11 Apr 2002.
"I saw your message on the www.genforum.com website regarding Frederick Charles Tapper.  I
am researching the Tappers of Wiltshire, and I believe his parents were William Tapper
(christened 8 May 1800 at St. Martin's parish, Salisbury, the son of James Tapper and Ann 
nee Ingram), and Fanny White.  William and Fanny were married on 5 November 1830 at
Alderbury, Wiltshire.  I have not found the christening for Frederick Charles as yet, but I believe
his children were called Frederick William, Ernest Walter and Charlotte Ellen."


George Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."


Jane

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."


Harry Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."

2IGI.
"Harry ELLIS
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: Jan 1863
Of Scrubton, Lamerton, Devon, England

Parents:
Father: Samuel ELLIS
Mother: Hannah BURRIDGE

Source Information:
Film Number:
Page Number:
Reference Number:."

3Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


Amelia Jane Bruckshaw

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."

2Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


Albert Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


Nathaniel Wesley Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


Richard Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."


Elizabeth Ann Martin

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


James Penny

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."

2Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


Mary R Ellis

1Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"I am researching the Ellis Family. Samuel Ellis and Hannah Burridge. I am
descended from one of his children. (Harry Ellis, b. Jan, 1863.
I have been looking mostly for the generation above Samuel and Hannah. Four of
Stephen''s brothers ended up immigrating to the United States and settled in
Birmingham Alabama. (Wylam is the actual town name)
Hannah was buried in Wylam Alabama herself.
The brothers that came here were:
Harry
Richard b. 7 June 1865
Thomas  b. 1864
William  b. 31 October 1866
Mary b. January 1857

The other siblings that we have are:
Stephen, John and George.
A daughter of Richard is still living in Wylam and I talked with her briefly by phone.
She told me that she didnt know where Stephen and John went but that George had
become a minister in England and had married a lady named Jane.
Please let me know if you would like to share information with me. Thank you so
much for what you have. I have several questions if you dont mind my taking your
time.
Look forward to hearing from you
Leslie Ellis."

2IGI, Film Number: 6142840.
"Mary R ELLIS
Sex: F

Event(s):
Birth: Jan 1857
Of Scrubton, Lamerton, Devon, England

Parents:
Father: Samuel ELLIS
Mother: Hannah BURRIDGE

Source Information:
Film Number: 6142840
Page Number:
Reference Number:."

3Internet, Email from Leslie Ellis to Graham Hawker, 12 Apr 2002.
"What I know about the brothers that I have here (as well as Mary,, the sister) for your
information. Samuel and the "Alabama" brothers were all miners. They worked in
Calstock and in Lamerton. Harry was listed as a copper miner in the 1881 census.
The rest were listed as "mine Labourers". I dont know when they actually got to
America. But I do know that Harry married in January 1894 to Amelia Jane (Jennie)
Bruckshaw (also from England). This marriage was in Iowa, USA. So I know Harry
was here by then.
I have no idea why they came to Iowa. I do know that they came to Birmingham
because of mining opportunities. I am not sure which brother got here first.
I dont know when Hannah came either. She is buried here and lived here for quite a
while because Richards daughter knew her and said she was a sweet lady. (I am
glad because in the picture I sent you, she looks really mean, doesnt she??)

Harry was born in January 1863, but I dont have a date. This is from his marriage
license. He died in Wylam on July 20, 1928 from miner's asthma. He and Jennie had
two children. Albert b nov 28, 1894 d.Nov. 9, 1953.  and Nathaniel Wesley b. Nov 2,
1902 d. June 8, 1948 of colon cancer.
Thomas b. 1854 and died in Wylam on Feb 26, 1924
Richard b. June 7, 1865 d. Feb 10, 1938 (m. Elizabeth Ann Martin from England)
William b. Oct 31, 1866. I know he is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Wylam AL. I
havent found his stone yet and the records burned for that time frame.
Mary Ellis b. January 1857 d. June 14, 1933. Was listed as a dressmaker in the 1881
census. (Married a man named "Penney" and then Victor Ray - this from Richard's
living daughter. I can confirm the Victor Ray . She was buried "Mary Ray" in plot with
Harry, Jennie, and Hannah."


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