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"Devil" John Gunning succeeded to Torneys Court and eventually
possessed the Swainswick Estate. Source: GENEALOGY of the GUNNING
FAMILY 1400-1907, quoted at h t t p : / / f r e e p a g e s . g e n
GUNNING, John N (I1439)
"Gibb, Livingston, which - like Gilmans - may be seen as a smaller
yet similar version of Dodwells, is the second oldest (after Jardines)
trading firm in Hong Kong. It was founded by two Scotsmen, Thomas
Augustus Gibb and William Potter Livingston, in Canton, in 1836. There
it occupied one building which served as an office, a warehouse and a
esidence. The firm imported English cottons and woollens and exported
tea and silk. Silver bullion was used as payment. The two founders
soon started to diversify into such fields as shirtings, velveteen,
leather and tin plate, and acted as agents for a large number of
sailing ships. At an early date four Gibbs worked in the firm.
Branches were opened in Hong Kong (1841), Amoy and Shanghai. In
addition to the import-export trade Gibb Livingston acted as agents
for Ben Line steamships, although, unlike Dodwells, it also acquired
its own tea clippers. Then, in 1899, it purchased a fleet of steamers
which sailed as the Gibb Line." Source: Waters, Dan: "Hong Kong Hongs
With Long Histories and British Connections", online at, accessed 31 Aug 2010
LIVINGSTON, William Potter (I6836)
"To divers of his kings and queens," writes Prince, "he did special
duties and services, being in commission of the peace near forty
years, and high sheriff of the county of Devon in the late noble Queen
Elizabeth's reign, An. 28. He was ever most virtuously affected, sound
in religion, faithful and serviceable to his Princes, upright and
zealous in justice, beating down vice, preferring the virtuous, and a
keeper of great hospitality. His youth, in King Henry VIII's days, he
spent at court, and in travel beyond the seas with honourable knights
and gentlemen, first into France, Flanders, and Italy, thence they
crossed the Adriatic sea, and so into Hungary and Greece, where they
served against the Turks at the siege of Buda. Also he served at
Bulloin, when his king, Henry VIII was present. Also at Laundersey,
and was at the siege and burning of Treport, in France, &c. Also in
the Western Rebellion against Edward VI he having charge of a troop of
horsemen, did special good services, when in suppressing and
confounding those traytors, he being sorely wounded and hurt, it
pleased the king's majesty of his princely bounty to grant his warrant
to the Earl of Bedford, then general of those wars, for the rewarding
the said Richard Reynell with the demesnes of Weston Peverill, and
house called Pennicross, in Devon, near Plymouth. This Richard left
behind him 5 sons, whereof 4 are knights, all which sons even from
their infancy he ever with godly care and great charge maintain'd in
the schools of virtue and learning, viz. at the universities, inns of
court, their prince's court, travels into Germany, France, and Italy,
&c. All which sons being virtuously disposed, religious and well
qualified, are at this day serviceable in some good degree or other to
their king's majesty, and their country. Lastly it is generally noted
and known, that the aforesaid 5 sons are a knot of as worthy and
serviceable gentlemen as any in the Western parts of this kingdom of
England." (Source: Prince, John (1701) Danmonii orientales illustres:
or, the Worthies of Devon; A work, wherein the lives and fortunes of
the most famous divines, statesmen, ... and other eminent persons,
atives of that most noble province, ... are memoriz'd, ... In which
an account is given not only of divers very deserving persons, ... but
of several antient and noble families; ... with other things, no less
profitable, ... . [18], 600 p.; illustrated. Exeter: printed by Sam.
Farley, for Awnsham and John Churchill, London; and Charles Yeo and
Philip Bishop in Exon.) He also represented the borough of Ashburton,
in parliament. He added to his large possessions, by purchase from the
Courtenays, the manor and parish of West Ogwell, which, like East
Ogwell to which it is contiguous, was, in the reign of Henry II held
by Hugh Pictavensis, to whom succeeded Robert Peytevin. From his
family it came to the Courtenays, Earls of Devon, who sold it as
before stated. He married Agnes, daughter of John Southcote, esq. of
Indiho, in the parish of Bovey Tracey, in Devon, and dying when in the
office of high sheriff, 29 July 1585, was buried amongst his ancestors
in East Ogwell Church.
REYNELL, Richard Esq (I706)
CREED (I939)
HARDY (I1489)
POWER (I538)
PREEN (I5197)
WILSON (I3708)
1) Poss son Arthur John b. Tamworth 1/2/1916 d 3/3/1969 in tractor
ollover accident at Wee Jasper. Buried Yass cemetery. Family known by
Kay Turner (mother of Jared Graham) (02) 6929 1103 as a child, Kay's
family owned Deepwater Station & Arthur's family were sleeper cutters
on the property. Cemetery source
Enlisted 2nd AIF 10/6/1944 Next of Kin Joyce see
691 2) Poss son Arthur Colin b. 11/2/1921 Manilla enlisted 2nd AIF
29/7/1942 Source
630 For many more Maunders in district see
MAUNDER, Arthur Thomas (I2063)
1841 Scotland Census, Edinburgh, Scotland: General Register Office for
Source (S92)
1881 census - see Charles Adolphus Reynell Edward's age on his
marriage certificate is given as 25, a batchelor Profession Gentleman
living in Walton on Thames Surrey, his father Henry Gibbs Reynell a
Stockbroker. Annie 25 a Spinster living at 21 Abingdon Villas
Kensington her father Blandford Womersley a Gentleman. The witnesses
were A E Baker and D H Hose. 1881 census Annie's father Blandford
Womersley (62) a Widower is at 120 Blair Street, Bromley, London,
Middlesex a Commercial Traveller (Drapery) he has his daughter Ellen
(18) born Hackney a Drapers Assistant
REYNELL, Edward (I2929)
1881 census Charles (28) a Stock Broker clerk is at Abbey Road, Great
Malvern, Worcester. There is also an Edward Reynell (22) a Surveyor
both are unmarried. The establishment is run by Thomas Reyner a
Registered Physician plus his family, also there are 15 listed as
patients, 3 as Boarders many of them retired but ages ranging from 16
- 72 with 18+ servants including nurses. 1901 census C A Reynell (50)
a Stock Broker is a Patient in Peckham House, Parish of St Giles
Camberwell. It reads that he was born in Westminster
REYNELL, Charles Adolphus (I6145)
1881 census Frederick (20) Boarder is at Verandah Villa Merton Surrey
Clerk to Member of Stock Exchange with his brother Harry.

1891 census Frederick (30) a Stockbroker wife Katherine Hasler (29)
and daughter Agnes Marian (1) are living in Gresham Road, Lambeth, his
sister Marian Eliza living on her own means is with them, there are 2
servants Ada Louisa Shorter (18) Gen Serv and Beatrice Helen Buckley
(18) Housemaid.

1901 census Frederick (40) Stock Broker - Employer is living at 4
Glouceter Road, Bognor, Sussex with wife Katherine H (39), children
Agnes (11), Frederick (9), Arthur H (7), Colin (5) Kathleen (2) and
Alice M Calladine (26) Mothers Domestic Help.

REYNELL, Frederick (I5374)
1881 census Harry (18) Boarder is at Verandah Villas, Merton Surrey a
Clerk to Member of Stock Exchange. 1901 census Harry (38) a Stock
Dealer Own Account is living 7Chisholm Road, Richmond, Surrey with
wife Angelina A (32) and son Richard (2) also in the house is Emma
WIld (47) Domestic Cook and Edith Frankin (21) a Domestic Nurse.
REYNELL, Harry (I1018)
1901 census Bertram (20) is a Private in the 2nd Dragoon Guards
(Queens Bays) at Aldershot Military in Stanhope Wellington Hampshire.
REYNELL, Bertram (I3838)
A fourth-generation employee of the Bank of England, Ernest joined on
12 Nov 1890. In March 1897 he joined the Drawing Office for Public
Accounts and was promoted to First Class Clerk on 1 Jan 1913. He
etired in 1928. Source: Brent Family Tree
BRENT, Ernest George (I2040)
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2658)
About 6 years after the death of his father, Lieut Thomas Reynell, in
Sept 1777 at the battle of Freeman's Farm during the American War of
Independence, Richard Littleton Reynell joined his father's old
Regiment, the 62nd, as an Ensign with a commission dated 23 May 1783.
Given his young age (11 years old), this late-war measure may have
been done to afford him an income. Posted as an Ensign in one of the
Regiment's additional companies, Reynell, along with the other
additional company officers, was soon after placed on half-pay due to
post-war downsizing. Later in life, he settled in America, dying in
Baltimore, Maryland. He and his youngest brother Thomas both came to
inherit the Baronetcy of the Reynell family (missed by their father
due to his death), which terminated upon Thomas' death in 1848.
REYNELL, Sir Richard Littleton (I4158)
According to Dr John Creed's letter to Agnes Sanger in 1925, Walter
established the first match factory in Japan.
BRENT, Walter (I1328)
According to Thomas Faulkner's History and Antiquities of Kensington
(London: 1820), the interior of Kensington Church has the following
memorial: In the north gallery is a beautiful marble tablet, thus
inscribed: 'Underneath are deposited the remains of Sir THOMAS
REYNEL, of Laleham, in the County of Middlesex, Bart., who departed
this life on the 12th day of September, 1775, aged 78. Sir Thomas was
lineally descended from Sir Richard Reynel of Rytney in the County of
Somerset, Knt., and Captain of the Castles at Exeter and Launceston,
in the year 1191. He married Sarah, daughter and co-heir of Richard
Righton of Chipping Norton, in the County of Oxford, Esq., by whom he
had issue, two sons, Richard and Thomas, who survived him.
Underneath, also, are deposited the remains of Sir RICHARD REYNEL,
Bart., eldest surviving son of the abovenamed Sir Thomas Reynel, who
departed this life on the 27th Nov., 1798, aged 67, a man of approved
integrity and honour. THOMAS REYNEL, the youngest son of the
abovenamed Sir Thomas Reynel, was a Lieutenant in his majesty's 62d
egiment, and fell in the memorable battle of Saratoga, on the 19th
September 1777, aged 31, bravely fighting for his country. Sir
Richard Reynel was a Commissioner of the Salt Office, and at his death
the title became extinct.'
REYNELL, Sir Thomas (I5410)
Advertising. (1916, March 24). Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), p.
5. Retrieved July 15, 2013, from
Source (S127)
Aged 2 days at death
COTTERILL, Reggie (I6537)
Aimery IV was murdered
Aimery IV. Viscount of Thouars (I2946)
Alan "and his heirs for ever" was granted by King Henry III the "right
of free warren in his lordships and lands at Badlingham and in all his
lands in Yorkshire".
LE FRAUNCEIS, Alan (I4435)
Alan /CREED/
CREED, Alan (I2187)
MONKHOUSE, Alan (I2009)
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5136)
Albert /SMEE/
SMEE, Albert (I6299)
ENGLISH, Alex (I6971)
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5941)
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2659)
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5336)
Alfred enlisted on 28 Aug 1915 as a Private in the AIF 8th Infantry
Brigade, 30th Battalion, Service No. 3208. At that time his address
was given as High St, East Maitland, occupation miner. He was embarked
on HMAT Honorata on 2 May 1916 in the 7th to 12th Reinforcements,
bound for Europe.
( Records
also show he was emabarked on HMAT SS Port Napier on 17 Nov 1916, with
the notation "Previously served 7th Rfts., (Reinforcements) 30th
Btn.". He died of wounds in the Somme, France, on 28 Aug 1918
(, and was buried at
the Daours Cemetery. He is also remembered on a headstone at the East
Maitland General Cemetery, NSW, Australia
COTTERILL, Alfred Stanley (I7349)
Alice Elizabeth /HOLCOMBE/
HOLCOMBE, Alice Elizabeth (I221)
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5714)
Alice Stephen was adopted by Charlotte Annie Kane and Sir George
Stephen, 1st Baron Mount Stephen. As a result of her marriage, she was
styled as Baroness Northcote on 20 January 1900. She was invested as
an Imperial Order of the Crown of India (C.I.), Dame Commander, Order
of the British Empire (D.B.E.) and a Dame of Grace, Order of St. John
of Jerusalem (D.G.St.J.).
STEPHEN, Baroness Alice (I2501)
Alice was born into a Salvation Army family, and from her earliest
years she was involved in the Army. Her involvement in the East
Maitland Corps included membership of the Corps Band and she
contributed to the Young Peoples Corps particularly the Corps Cadets.
On 22 Mar 1923, she entered the Salvation Army Training College at
Petersham. Her first appointment, on 7 Jan 1924, was to Broken Hill
West and then Kandos before her marriage. In retirement, with husband
Robert Edmond she was involved in the "Bond of Service & Fellowship".
(Source: Norma Liddell, Liddell Family Tree)
COTTERILL, Alice Ann (I3362)
JOHNSON, Allan (I5887)
Allan David /CHARLTON/
CHARLTON, Allan David (I6655)
Allison /SIMPSON/
SIMPSON, Allison (I952)
Almodis was murdered
DE LA HAUTE MARCHE, Almodis (I3165)
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4204)
Amelia /WALCOTT/
WALCOTT, Amelia (I6957)
STARR, Amy (I7072)
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5854)
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4660)
47, OneWorldTree (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network,
Source (S56)
Source (S10)
FERGUSON, Andrew (I7195)
50 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4876)

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