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Records of the First Church of Christ  in Beverly, Volume 2
1772-1803

 

 

William Stawell of Chudleigh, County Devon England and Some of his Descendants

Last Updated 04 July, 2007 

Generation No. 1

      @1.  William20 Stawell  (Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born in Harcombe Chudleigh, County, Devon, and was buried 06 February 1591/92 in Chudleigh, County Devon1.  He married Joan Bennett 16 July 1572 in Chudleigh, County Devon1, daughter of John Bennett.  She was born in Whiteway, County Devon.

Children of William Stawell and Joan Bennett are:

 

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Jonas21 Stawell2.

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Anthony Stawell, born 09 March 1573/74 in Chudleigh, County Devon; died 09 August 1632 in Cork, Ireland.

 

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Eustace Stawell, baptised September 1576 in Chudleigh, County Devon3; buried January 1583/84 in Chudleigh, County Devon3.

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Thomas Stawell, born 1579 in Chudleigh, County Devon.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised June 1581 in Chudleigh, County Devon4.  She married Rev. John Egadine 06 May 1603 in Chudleigh, County Devon5.

 

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Eustace Stawell, baptised September 1584 in Chudleigh, County Devon6; buried September 1584 in Chudleigh, County Devon6.

 

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Joan Stawell, baptised 16 September 1585 in Chudleigh, County Devon7; buried June 1589 in Chudleigh, County Devon7.

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Ellen Stawell, born 1586 in Chudleigh, County Devon.

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William Stawell, born 1589 in Chudleigh, County Devon; died 1642 in Herebeare, County Devon.

 

Generation No. 2

      @3.  Anthony21 Stawell (William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 09 March 1573/74 in Chudleigh, County Devon8, and died 09 August 1632 in Cork, Ireland.  He married Helen Ball 16 December 1593 in Chudleigh, County Devon9, daughter of John Ball.  She was born in Bridgeland, Devon, and died Aft. 1632.

Notes for Anthony Stawell:

Anthony Stawell likely migrated to Ireland around 1613

More About Anthony Stawell and Helen Ball:

Marriage: 16 December 1593, Chudleigh, County Devon9

Children of Anthony Stawell and Helen Ball are:

 

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Joan22 Stawell10, buried 1608 in Wraxall, County Dorset10.

 

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Rachel Stawell10.

 

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Helen Stawell, baptised 06 August 1597 in Chudleigh, County Devon10.

 

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Thomas Stawell, baptised December 1598 in Chudleigh, County Devon11; buried 02 January 1599/1600 in Chudleigh, County Devon11.

 

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Frances Stawell, baptised 28 July 1600 in Chudleigh, County Devon12.  She married John Honnett 16 July 1621 in Chudleigh, County Devon12.

 

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Anthony Stawell, baptised 01 November 1604 in Chudleigh, County Devon13; buried 22 December 1628 in Chudleigh, County Devon13.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised May 1606 in Chudleigh, County Devon14; buried 23 May 1611 in Chudleigh, County Devon14.

 

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Jonas Stawell, born 1607 in Wraxall, County Dorset15.

 

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William Stawell, born 1609 in Wraxall, County Dorset15.

 

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Joan Stawell, baptised 21 January 1610 in Chudleigh, County Devon16, buried in Wraxall, County Dorset

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Jonas Stawell, born 1612 in Chudleigh, County Devon.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 29 June 1617 in Chudleigh, County Devon16.

 

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Unnamed Stawell, born in Ireland.

 

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Unnamed Stawell.

 

      5.  Thomas21 Stawell (William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised February 1579 in Chudleigh, County Devon17.  He married (1) Mary Pollard.  She was born in County Dorset.  He married (2) Joan Isimbone April 1600 in Chudleigh, County Devon17.  She was buried 01 January 1601 in Chudleigh, County Devon17.

Notes for Thomas Stawell:

After his second marriage, Thomas appears to have removed to Ireland with his son Jonas.  He settled in or near Cork.

Notes for Joan Isimbone:

This name is questionable in the parish register

Children of Thomas Stawell and Mary Pollard are:

 

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Mary22 Stawell17.  She married --- Williams.

 

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Margaret Stawell17.  She married Henry Ussher 20 May 1635 in Cork, Ireland18.

 

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Anne Stawell.  She married William Fepps 1663 in Cloyne.

Children of Thomas Stawell and Joan Isimbone are:

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Rev. Jonas22 Stawell, born 1600 in Chudleigh, County Devon; died Abt. 1669.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 24 December 1601 in Chudleigh, County Devon19.

 

      9.  Ellen21 Stawell (William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 11 December 1586 in Chudleigh, County Devon20.  She married Thomas Lustcombe 11 August 1606 in Chudleigh, County Devon20

Children of Ellen Stawell and Thomas Lustcombe are:

 

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Francis22 Lustcombe20.

 

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Joan Lustcombe20.

 

      10.  William21 Stawell (William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised February 1588/89 in Chudleigh, County Devon21, and buried 24 January 1641/42 in Herebeare, County Devon22.  He married Joan Wotton, daughter of Hugh Wotton.  She was born in Herebeare County, Devon, and was buried 19 December 1654 in Herebeare, County Devon23.

Children of William Stawell and Joan Wotton are:

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Hugh22 Stawell, died 1644 in Plymouth England.

 

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William Stawell24, buried 15 November 163724 in Bickington, County Devon

 

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Richard Stawell, born 1619 in Herebeare, County Devon24; buried 25 January 1639/40 in Bickington, County Devon24.

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Sir John Stawell, born 1625 in Bickington, County Devon; died 19 January 1668/69 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon.

 

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Anne Stawell, baptised 06 March 1626/27 in Bickington, County Devon25; buried 13 November 1693 in Little Hampston25.  She married (1) --- Bound; born in Uphamstone County, Devon.  She married (2) William Bogan; born in Gatcombe, County Devon.

 

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George Stawell, baptised 05 February 1628/29 in Bickington, County Devon26; buried 20 February 1671/72 in Bickington, County Devon27.  He married Jane Loftus.

 

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Peter Stawell, baptised 23 September 1632 in Bickington, County Devon27; buried 26 May 1649 in Bickington, County Devon27.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 29 May 1636 in Bickington, County Devon28.  She married Christopher Ball; born in Exon.

 

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William Stawell, baptised 26 March 1640 in Bickington, County Devon29.

 

Generation No. 3

     @21.  Jonas22 Stawell (Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 16 February 1611/12 in Chudleigh, County Devon30.  He married Elizabeth Bennett 28 January 1629/30 in Chudleigh, County Devon30, daughter of John Bennett.  She was born in Whiteway County, Devon.

Children of Jonas Stawell and Elizabeth Bennett are:

 

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Elizabeth23 Stawell, baptised 03 February 1629/30 in Chudleigh, County Devon31; buried 08 April 1631 in Chudleigh, County Devon31.

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Jonas Stawell, born Abt. 1632 in Chudleigh, County Devon; died 1708 in Coolmain, Ireland.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 31 January 1641/42.

 

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Jane Stawell, baptised 01 February 1643/44 in Chudleigh, County Devon31.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 31 January 1641/42 in Chudleigh, County Devon31.

 

      28.  Rev. Jonas22 Stawell (Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 24 December 1600 in Chudleigh, County Devon32, and died Abt. 166933.  He married Elizabeth ---.  She was baptised 24 December 1601.

Notes for Rev. Jonas Stawell:

In 1637, Jonas was Vicar of Kinsale, and in 1639 he was named rector of Taxax,   In 1644, Jonas was admitted  Archdeacon of Ross, County Cork.

More About Rev. Jonas Stawell:

Occupation 1: Vicar of Kinsale

Occupation 2: Archdeacon of Ross

Children of Jonas Stawell and Elizabeth --- are:

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Anthony23 Stawell, born in Kinsale, County Cork; died 18 October 1685.

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Jonas Stawell.

 

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Eleanor Stawell33.  She married Richard Travers 1657.

 

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Frances Stawell34.  She married Cornelius Coveney 1662 in Cork, Ireland.

 

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Joan Stawell, died 1714 in Kinsale, County Cork35.  She married William Billing 1665 in Cork, Ireland35.

 

      32.  Hugh22 Stawell (William21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)36 died 1644 in Plymouth England36.  He married Penelope Strode.  She was born in Newenthem County, Devon.

More About Hugh Stawell:

Burial: 27 March 1644, Bickington, County Devon

Child of Hugh Stawell and Penelope Strode is:

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Hugh23 Stawell, born 1645 in Herebeare, County Devon; died 01 July 1674.

 

      35.  Sir John22 Stawell (William21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 11 December 1625 in Bickington, County Devon37, and died 19 January 1668/69 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon.  He married (1) Sarah Stephens, daughter of Nathaniel Stephens.  She was born in Eastington County, Gloucester.  He married (2) Jane Rodney, daughter of Edward Rodney.  She was born in Stoke, Rodney County, Somerset.

Notes for Sir John Stawell:

Knighted at Whitehall, 1 July, 1663.

More About Sir John Stawell:

Burial: 09 February 1668/69, Bovey Tracey, County Devon

Children of John Stawell and Sarah Stephens are:

 

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William23 Stawell, born Bet. 1650 - 1651 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon38.

 

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Unnamed Stawell.

 

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John Stawell, born 1654 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon39; died 1675 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon39.

 

Generation No. 4

      @42.  Jonas23 Stawell (Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 16 September 1632 in Chudleigh, County Devon40, and died 1708 in Coolmain, Ireland41.  He married Anne ---.  She died Abt. 1722 in Ringrone, Ireland41.

More About Jonas Stawell:

Will: 10 May 170841

Children of Jonas Stawell and Anne --- are:

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Eustace24 Stawell, born in Coolmain, Ireland; died 1761.

 

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James Stawell41, born in Coolmain, Ireland.

 

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John Stawell, born 1687 in Coolmain, Ireland41.

 

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Anne Stawell42, born in Coolmain, Ireland.  She married --- Spiller.

 

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Rev. William Stawell42, born in Coolmain, Ireland.

 

      46.  Anthony23 Stawell (Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)43 was born in Kinsale, County Cork, and died 18 October 1685.  He married Jane ---.  She died November 1688 in Kinsale, County Cork44.

More About Anthony Stawell:

Burial: 22 October 1685

Children of Anthony Stawell and Jane --- are:

 

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Jane24 Stawell45.  She married (1) Dudley Thompson; born in Kinsale, County Cork.  She married (2) Richard Gethin 1677 in Cork, Ireland45.

 

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Elinor Stawell45.  She married Thomas Chudleigh 1682 in Coolmain, Ireland45; born in Kinsale, County Cork.

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Jonas Stawell, born 1658 in Kinsale, County Cork; died May 1716 in Kinsale, County Cork.

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Capt. Edward Stawell, died August 1715 in Kinsale, County Cork.

 

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William Stawell, born 1666 in Kinsale, County Cork46; buried 04 November 1701 in Kinsale, County Cork46.  He married Katherine Ruth 26 April 1689 in Cork, Ireland46.

 

      47.  Jonas23 Stawell (Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)47.  He married Anne Crofton

Children of Jonas Stawell and Anne Crofton are:

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George24 Stawell, died 1749.

 

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John Stawell.

 

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Catharine Stawell48.  She married John Langford 1699 in Cloyne, County Cork Ireland.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell48.  She married Richard Chilingsworth 1709 in Cork, Ireland48.

 

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Bryanna Stawell48.  She married Dodsworth Mitchell.

 

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Mary Stawell48.  She married Joseph Cooper 1708.

 

      51.  Hugh23 Stawell (Hugh22, William21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1645 in Herebeare, County Devon49, and died 01 July 1674.  He married Elizabeth Prestwood 26 July 1667 in Bickington, County Devon50, daughter of Thomas Prestwood.  She was born in Whetcomb County, Devon, and was buried 06 September 171550. in Islington.

Children of Hugh Stawell and Elizabeth Prestwood are:

 

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John24 Stawell.

 

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William Stawell, born 1669 in Herebeare, County Devon50; died Bef. 169951.

 

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Hugh Stawell, baptised 11 April 1671 in Bickington, County Devon51; buried 26 January 1671/72 in Bickington, County Devon51.

 

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Thomas Stawell, baptised 04 April 1672 in Bickington, County Devon51; buried 1699 in Bovey Tracey, County Devon51.  He married Mary Trevill; born in Butshead County, Devon.

 

Generation No. 5

      @55.  Eustace24 Stawell (Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)52 was born 1690 in Coolmain, Ireland, and died 1761.  He married Elizabeth Stawell53 1717 in Cork, Ireland54, daughter of Jonas Stawell and Katherine Honnor.  She died 28 October 1769 in Coolmain, County Cork54.

Notes for Eustace Stawell:

Eustace was a Barrister by trade.

Date born 2: 1690, Kinsale, County Cork55

Baptism: 10 August 1690, Kinsale, County Cork

Will: 20 July 175556

Marriage Notes for Eustace Stawell and Elizabeth Stawell:

Eustace married his third cousin once removed.

More About Elizabeth Stawell:

Children of Eustace Stawell and Elizabeth Stawell are:

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William25 Stawell, died Bef. 1784.

 

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Jonas Stawell, baptised 19 June 1721 in Ringrone, Ireland58; died Bef. 176159.

Notes for Jonas Stawell:

Jonas Stawell predeceased hi father for he is not mentioned in the former's will.

 

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Anthony Stawell, baptised 16 December 1722 in Ringrone, Ireland59; died Bef. 1761.

Notes for Anthony Stawell:

Anthony predeceased his father.

 

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Katherine Stawell, baptised 03 October 1727 in Ringrone, Ireland60.

 

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John Stawell, baptised 28 November 1728 in Ringrone, Ireland61.

 

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Eustace Stawell, baptised 08 March 1728/29 in Ringrone, Ireland61.

 

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Elizabeth Stawell, baptised 01 January 1737/38 in Ringrone, Ireland62.

 

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Eustace Stawell, baptised 04 November 1740 in Ringrone, Ireland63; died 13 April 1807 in Hotwells, County Bristol England64.  He married Sarah Coates; died 01 May 1809 in Hotwells, County Bristol England64.

Notes for Eustace Stawell:

Eustace attended Trinity Collage, Dublin and received his degree in 1760

 

      62.  Jonas24 Stawell (Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1658 in Kinsale, County Cork65, and died May 1716 in Kinsale, County Cork66.  He married (1) --- Throgmorton.    He married (2) Sarah Newenham 1682 in Kinsale, County Cork Ireland, daughter of John Newenham.  She was buried 08 February 1687/88 in Kinsale, County Cork66.  He married (3) Katherine Honnor 05 August 1694 in Kinsale, County Cork Ireland66, daughter of Robert Honnor.  She was born in Madame, County Cork.

Child of Jonas Stawell and --- Throgmorton is:

 

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Throgmorton25 Stawell.

Children of Jonas Stawell and Sarah Newenham are:

 

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Jane25 Stawell67.  She married John Keefe 1706.

 

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Anthony Stawell, born 1685 in Clonakilty, County Cork68; died February 1729/30 in Kinsale, County Cork69.

 

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Ralph Stawell70, buried 20 October 1689 in Kinsale, County Cork70.

Children of Jonas Stawell and Katherine Honnor are:

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Elizabeth25 Stawell, died 28 October 1769 in Coolmain, County Cork.

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Jonas Stawell, born 1700 in Madame, County Cork; died 1767 in Kilbrittain, County Cork.

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Katherine Stawell.

 

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Anne Stawell71.

 

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Ruth Stawell, died 16 June 1749.  She married Henry Ball 1728 in Cloyne72; born in Sandy Hill, County Cork; died 02 June 1741.

 

      63.  Capt. Edward24 Stawell (Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was buried 19 August 1715 in Kinsale, County Cork73.  He married Elizabeth Marten.  She was born in Castle White, County Cork.

Children of Edward Stawell and Elizabeth Marten are:

 

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Jane25 Stawell, baptised 12 December 1687 in Kinsale, County Cork74.

 

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Lydia Stawell74.  She married Andrew Symes 1723 in Cork, Ireland74.

 

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Jonas Stawell75, buried 25 May1696 in Kinsale, County Cork75.

 

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William Stawell, baptised 25 June 1704 in Kinsale, County Cork75; buried 24 April 1721 in Kinsale, County Cork75.

 

      65.  George24 Stawell (Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)76 died 1749.  He married Anne Dodsworth 1700 in Cloyne, County Cork Ireland76

Children of George Stawell and Anne Dodsworth are:

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Anthony25 Stawell, born in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland; died July 1741 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland.

 

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Jonas Stawell, died Bef. 20 April 175877.

 

98

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Dodsworth Stawell, died July 1795 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland78.

 

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Mary Stawell.  She married John Fowkes 1735 in Cloyne, County Cork Ireland78.

 

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Anne Stawell, died Bet. 1780 - 1790.  She married Robert Travers.

 

Generation No. 6

      @75.  William25 Stawell (Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)79 died Bef. 178480.  He married Phoebe Scott81

Notes for William Stawell:

William inherited Coolmain and other property from his father, Eustace.

Children of William Stawell and Phoebe Scott are:

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Eustace26 Stawell, born Bef. 1761 in Coolmain, Ireland; died Abt. 1836 in Coolmain, Ireland.

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Rev. William Stawell, born 1761 in Coolmain, Cork, Ireland; died 23 December 1837 in Bandon, Cork, Ireland.

 

      87.  Elizabeth25 Stawell (Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)82 died 28 October 1769 in Coolmain, County Cork83.  She married Eustace Stawell84 1717 in Cork, Ireland85, son of Jonas Stawell and Anne ---.  He was born 1690 in Coolmain, Ireland, and died 1761.

More About Eustace Stawell:

Children of Elizabeth Stawell and Eustace Stawell.

 

      88.  Jonas25 Stawell (Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1700 in Madame, County Cork89, and died 1767 in Kilbrittain, County Cork90.  He married Melian Allin 1734 in Cork, Ireland91.  She was born in Cork, Ireland.

More About Jonas Stawell:

Occupation: M.P. for Kinsale

Children of Jonas Stawell and Melian Allin are:

 

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Anthony26 Stawell92.

 

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Catherine Stawell93.

 

105

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Edward Stawell93.

 

106

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John Stawell94, born in Kilbrittain, County Cork.

 

107

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Jonas Stawell94, born in Kilbrittain, County Cork.

 

108

vi.

Melian Stawell95.

 

109

vii.

Allin Stawell, born 1736 in Kilbrittain, County Cork96; died Aft. 1754.

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viii.

Sampson Stawell, born September 1741 in Kilbrittain, County Cork; died 01 January 1819 in Kilbrittain, County Cork.

 

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William Stawell, born 1743 in Kilbrittain, County Cork96; died 17 February 1830 in Doneraile, County Cork97.  He married Catherine Creagh 04 April 1775 in Kilbrittain, County Cork98; born 20 August 1758 in Mountlong County Cork99; died 19 July 1839 in Doneraile, County Cork100.

Notes for Catherine Creagh:

Catherine (Stawell) was gifted with an unusually clear head and with great business capacity.  Her voluminous diary embraces most of the questions of national, parochial, and family interest that occured during the greater part of her long life, and shows that she was consulted on matters both of of small and great importance by her neighbors for miles around101

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Elizabeth Stawell, born 1744 in Kilbrittain, County Cork; died 22 September 1821 in Oldcourt, County Cork.

 

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Anne Stawell, born 1748 in Kilbrittain, County Cork103; died 08 February 1824 in Bandon, County Cork103.  She married Kilner Baker August 1793 in Kilbrittain, County Cork103.

 

      89.  Katherine25 Stawell (Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)104.  She married Andrew Ruddock 1718.  He was born in Wallistown, County Cork.

Child of Katherine Stawell and Andrew Ruddock is:

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Rachel26 Ruddock.

 

      96.  Anthony25 Stawell (George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland, and died July 1741 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland105.  He married Mary Cooper 1732 in Cloyne, County Cork Ireland106.  She died October 1769 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland107.

Children of Anthony Stawell and Mary Cooper are:

 

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Anne26 Stawell, died Bet. 1780 - 1790109.  She married Samuel Austin.

 

116

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Bryanna Stawell, died Bet. 1820 - 1830110.  She married Robert Travers 1768110.

 

117

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Mary Stawell, died 1740 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111.

 

118

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Sarah Stawell, baptised 24 July 1734 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111; died 06 June 1809 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland111.

 

119

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Jane Stawell, baptised 22 April 1737 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111; died 1737 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111.

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George Stawell, born 1739 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland; died 09 May 1808 in Dawlish, County Devon.

 

121

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Thomas Stawell, baptised 23 February 1740/41 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111; died 1741 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland111.

 

Generation No. 7

      101.  Eustace26 Stawell (William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born Bef. 1761 in Coolmain, Ireland112, and died of Apoplexy Abt. 1836 in Coolmain, Ireland113.  He married Mary Maria Griffith 14 December 1795 in Rathclaren Ireland, daughter of Rev. Richard Griffith. 

Notes for Eustace Stawell:

Eustace Stawell is mentioned in the Declaration of Wenman Stawell as the uncle of his father and a close correspondent.  He was the head of the Stawell family in Ireland and held right to the Stawell Barony, though he did not see fit to claim it.  He was said to own most of Coolmain including its Mills. 

On 20 March 1784, Eustace Stawell, of Coolmain, County Cork, Esq.  leased the domain of Coolmain to Benjamin Scott.  On 16 August 1785, he was appointed Sequestrator of Kilmaloda, upon the resignation of Tisdall.  On 14 February 1786, he presented his brother, the Rev. William Stawell, with the living of Kilmoloda, of which he was patron.

Eustace was appointed a Justice of the Peace for the County of Cork on 28 June 1786.  He is shown by the "Council Book of the City of Cork" to have been a counciler-at-Law on 27 September 1787, on which date he was admitted as a freeman of the city.  He was shown in Watson Stewart's "Gentlemen's and Citizen's Almanac for 1809 as having been called to the Irish Bar at Michaelmas 1789, and in Wilson's "Dublin Directory" for 1823 he is shown as a barrister practicing at Bandon.  In the "List of Officers of Yoemanry in Ireland" in 1797, Eustace Stawell appears as a First Lieutenant in the Kilbrittain troop of Cavalry, of which Sampson Stawell, of Kilbrittain was the Captain.  His commission was dated 31 October 1796.  He is mentioned in the will of Sampson Stawell, dated 21 June 1815, as his "kinsman and friend, Eustace Stawell". 

He was often present at Court of France, where he was known as "The Handsome Irishman".  He was said to live very extravagantly, and to have spent most of the family fortune.  Wenman says that Eustace willed a part of his estate to his daughters, the rest to be given to his father William as his heir and only male descendant113.

Eustace Stawell died at Coolmain Castle of Apoplexy.  Wenman Stawell recounts that he was seized while driving (sheep) and was carried into his house where he shortly after expired.  It seems odd that, given the prominence of this individual, there is no date of death listed for Eustace in Col. Stawell's book.

With the death of Eustace's son Eustace, the Coolmain branch of the Stawell family was considered to have become extinct in the male line.  A key question here is whether, under English law, the lands and title of Eustace would have passed on to his nephew Lt. William Stawell, or to his three surviving daughters.

More About Eustace Stawell:

Children of Eustace Stawell and Mary Griffith are:

 

122

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Eustace27 Stawell114, born in Coolmain, Ireland.

Notes for Eustace Stawell:

Eustace died young s.p.

 

123

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Ruth Stawell114, born in Coolmain, Ireland; died 04 January 1800 in Bandon, County Cork114.

Notes for Ruth Stawell:

Ruth died young.

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Maria Amy Stawell, born 26 April 1805 in Coolmain, Ireland.

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125

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Esther Elizabeth Phoebe Stawell, born in Coolmain, Ireland.

 

126

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Catherine Stawell, born 17 March 1808 in Coolmain, Ireland115.

Notes for Catherine Stawell:

Catherine died unmarried.

 

127

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Elizabeth Stawell, born 17 March 1808 in Coolmain, Ireland115.

Notes for Elizabeth Stawell:

Elizabeth died unmarried.

 

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Melian Georgina Stawell, born 15 June 1809 in Coolmain, Ireland115; died Aft. 1836.

Notes for Melian Georgina Stawell:

Georgina wrote the letter, around 1836, to Lt. William Stawell in Nova Scotia, informing him of the death of her father (William's uncle).  She died unmarried116.

 

      @102.  Rev. William26 Stawell (William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)117 was born 1761 in Coolmain, Cork, Ireland118, and died 23 December 1837 in Bandon, Cork, Ireland119.  He married (1) Charlotte Rogers120, daughter of Col. --- Rogers.  She died 01 March 1822 in Dublin, Ireland120.  He married (2) Mary O'Callaghan121

Notes for Rev. William Stawell:

The Reverend William Stawell entered Tritity College in Dublin as a pensioner on 20 November 1780, and received his BA degree in 1785. He later received an MA degree from the smae college in 1805.   On 22 MAy 1785 William was ordained a deacon by the Bishop of Clonfort and Kilmacdaugh at the Castle Chapel.  On 16 January 1786 he received his Priest's Orders.   He was appointed by his uncle Eustace Stawell Rector of Kilmaloda on 14 February, 1786, and remained at this post until he resigned 12 April 1811.  Through his petitions, he was responsible for the commissioning of his son as an Ensign in the British Army.

William is mentioned in the will of Sampson Stawell of Kilbrittain, dated 21 June 1815 as his "kinsman, the Rev. Stawell."

Reveremd Stawell delivered the funeral sermon for Princess Charlotte.  He was the author of a translation of Virgil's "Georgics".  Wenman says that, as Rector of Kilaloda, he was said to be quite liberal in regards to the Catholics of the parish and refused to take tithes from them.  His son and grandson believed that because of this he was never named a Bishop.

Reverend Stawell was described by his grandson, Wenman Stawell, as a tall, strong, able-bodied man.  Wenman recounts that once, having been offended by a pickpocket, he seized him and threw him across the street into a street cleaner122.

In his book, "A Quantock Family", Col. George Dodsworth Stawell indicates that Rev. William's son William died without issue in 1798.  This is in direct conflict with what we now know about the family.

We have the Rev. Stawell's signature from a letter he wrote to the King in 1811.

More About Rev. William Stawell:

Degree 1: 1785, B.A, Trinity College, University of Dublin

Degree 2: 1805, M.A. University of Dublin

Notes for Charlotte Rogers:

There is disagreement as to the first name of the second wife of the Reverend William Stawell.  In his will, Wenman Stawell indicates that his grandmother's name was Charlotte Rogers, daughter of Colonel Rogers, born in County Cork and brother of a Colonel Rogers.  In his book, Colonel George Dodsworth Stawell lists her as Eliza Rogers, who died on 1 March 1822 at the home of her brother, Major Rogers in Cork.  We are thus faced with the question of which name is correct?

Col. Stawell relies on the official pedigree of the Stawell family obtained by him by the Office of Arms in Dublin, Ireland in 1908 which approves the family's right to the Stawell Coat of Arms.  He commissioned this because the Irish branch of the family had never officially registered their right to use the arms for their affairs.  The resulting pedigree covered 13 generations beginning with Thomas Stawell of Hatherleigh, County Devon, County Devon who died on 10 October, 1516. These pedigrees were considered vital in Great Britain, because they were used to prove inheritances and legal claims of Noble Title.  In Genealogy it is considered one of the most reliable sources of information, due to the rigor and care excercised in the investigation.  Wenman Stawell, on the other hand wrote about the details of his family from the information he was told by his father. Lt. William Stawell, who left Ireland at a young age and could well have confused some of the details of his family.

In light of the Declaration of Wenman Stawell, in which he meticulously recounts his lineage, it now appears that there are several disagreements of fact between his account of the family and Col. G.D.Stawell, on account of a dispute over the rightful title to the ancestral lands. In any event, further investigation in the Irish records will be necessary.

Charlotte Stawell was said to be a beautiful but delicate woman who suffered from epilepsy (known at the time as "The Falling Sickness").  During a fit she fell on the fireplace and was severely burned and died124.

More About Charlotte Rogers:

Also Spelled: Eliza123

Children of William Stawell and Charlotte Rogers are:

 

129

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Elizabeth27 Stawell126, born in Coolmnain, County Cork, Ireland; died 12 March 1813127.

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Lieutenant William Stawell, born 1795 in Coolmain, Cork, Ireland; died 10 July 1868 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.

 

131

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Unnamed Stawell127, born Abt. 1798 in Coolmain, Cork Ireland; buried 13 May 1798 at Holy Trinity Church in Cork, Ireland127.

Notes for Unnamed Stawell:

Col. Stawell incorrectly assumes that this child, buried on 13 May 1798 is William Stawell.

 

      110.  Sampson26 Stawell (Jonas25, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born September 1741 in Kilbrittain, County Cork128, and died 01 January 1819 in Kilbrittain, County Cork129.  He married Hester Bernard 02 December 1775 in Kilbrittain, County Cork130, daughter of James Bernard.  She was born in Bandon, County Cork, and died 17 May 1824 in Cork, Ireland130.

Notes for Sampson Stawell:

In 1788, Sampson Stawell was listed as Colonel of the Bandon Calvalry.  Sampson, with his kinsman Eustace Stawell of Coolmain, were Captain and First Lieutenant, respectively, of the Kilbrittain Calvalry, with commissions dated 31 October 1796. 

More About Sampson Stawell:

Burial: 05 January 1819, Rathclaren

Children of Sampson Stawell and Hester Bernard are:

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Jonas27 Stawell, born 24 September 1776 in Kilbrittain, County Cork; died 15 January 1835 in Cheltenham.

 

133

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Bernard Stawell, born October 1777 in Kilbrittain, County Cork.

Notes for Bernard Stawell:

Bernard died abroad s.p.

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134

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Esther Stawell, born December 1778 in Kilbrittain, County Cork; died November 1856 in Bandon, County Cork.

 

135

iv.

William Stawell, born 1780 in Kilbrittain, County Cork131.

Notes for William Stawell:

William died abroad s.p.

 

136

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Melian Charlotte Stawell, born March 1782 in Kilbrittain, County Cork132; died November 1852 in Kilbrittain, County Cork133.  She married Thomas Quin 17 January 1816 in Kilbrittain, County Cork134; died 15 November 1820 in Kilbrittain, County Cork134.

More About Melian Charlotte Stawell:

Baptism: 20 March 1752, Rathclaren, County Cork Ireland

 

137

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James Ludlow Stawell, born 1783 in Kilbrittain, County Cork135; died 30 October 1832 in Cork, Ireland135.  He married Rose Emma Sealy; born in Woodview, County Cork.

Marriage Notes for James Stawell and Rose Sealy:

There was no issue from this marriage.

 

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Rev. Francis Stawell, born May 1784 in Kilbrittain, County Cork136; died 21 July 1866 in Doneraile, County Cork137.

Notes for Rev. Francis Stawell:

Francis was named in the wills of his father, Sampson and his uncle William Stawell of Kilbrack, who bequeathed to him the greater portion of his landed property in the counties of Cork and Limerick after the death of his wife Catherine Stawell and his nephew James Ludlow Stawell, provided the latter had no male heir.  He was also mentioned in the will of Catherine Stawell of Kilbrack, dated 23 May 1838 and on a codicil thereto dated 6 May 1839 in which she bequeathed to him  the house and demesne of Kilbrack (in trust) and also the household furniture and other effects, together with a considerable sum of money.

Francis entered Trinity College in Dublin as a Fellow Commoner on 15 April 1805, and took his B.A degree in 1808.  On 20 May 1810 he was ordained Deacon an on 25 September of that year he was ordained as a Priest of the Church of Ireland..  On 9 May 1813, Francis was admitted as Rector of Templeroan and P.C. Doneraile.  He remained there until 6 May 1834 when he resigned on succeeding to his brother's estates around 1824. According to the diary of Catherine Stawell, Francis was appointed Rural Dean.  On 17 September 1844 he entailed the Madame and Kinsale estates on William Lionel Shuldam and George Cooper Stawell, in trust for George Stawell of Croberg, and his sons and their sons successively in Tail Male.

Rev. Stawell was a considerable landed proprieter.  He kept a pack of harriers which, from the size size of the hounds and the general turn-out of the horses and hunt-servants, resembled a smart pack of foxhounds rather than one of harriers. 

Upon his death, he left an estate of over 90,000 Pounds.  He never married.

 

139

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Col. Sampson Stawell, born 06 October 1785 in Kilbrittain, County Cork137; died 21 August 1849 in Harrogate, England138.

Notes for Col. Sampson Stawell:

Wenman Stawell mentions Sampson Stawell as a close kin of his father. He says Sampson resided at Kilbrittain Castle, that he never married but had three illegitimate children.  Sampson ran an election in Doneraile sometime between 1830 and 1835 and lost it.

As a Junior Captain, Sampson Stawell served with the 12th Lancers, which regiment he brought out of action at Waterloo when its senior officers had all been killed or wounded. He fought at the Battle of Vittoria with his kinsman, Lt. William Stawell.

Wenman Stawell incorrectly states that Sampson Stawell had no brothers.  In fact, he was one of eight sons and two daughters, including the Rev. Francis Stawell and Jonas Stawell, two other kinsmen mentioned in Wenman's Declaration.

More About Col. Sampson Stawell:

Burial: Rathclaren

 

140

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Charles Stawell, baptised 02 September 1787 in Rathclaren, County Cork139; died 06 August 1829 in Lisnegar139.

Notes for Charles Stawell:

Charles is mentioned in Wenman Stawell's Declaration as a friend and correspondent of Lt. William Stawell. 

Charles was a Captain of the Militia. 

While engaged in running an election he was killed by eating of a haunch of poisoned venison.  His will was proven in the Prerogative Court of Ireland in Dublin in 1830.  He died unmarried.

 

141

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George Eustace Stawell, born November 1788 in Kilbrittain, County Cork139; died March 1792 in Kilbrittain, County Cork139.

 

      112.  Elizabeth26 Stawell (Jonas25, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1744 in Kilbrittain, County Cork140, and died 22 September 1821 in Oldcourt, County Cork140.  She married George Stawell 05 November 1766141, son of Anthony Stawell and Mary Cooper.  He was baptised 18 October 1739 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland141, and died 09 May 1808 in Dawlish, County Devon142.

More About George Stawell:

Children of Elizabeth Stawell and George Stawell

 

142

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Anthony27 Stawell144.

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Jonas Stawell, born 08 January 1769 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland; died 25 July 1840 in Oldcourt, County Cork.

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George Stawell, born February 1770; died 13 January 1825 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland.

 

      114.  Rachel26 Ruddock (Katherine25 Stawell, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)  She married John Creagh

Child of Rachel Ruddock and John Creagh is:

 

145

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Catherine27 Creagh, born 20 August 1758 in Mountlong County Cork145; died 19 July 1839 in Doneraile, County Cork146.  She married William Stawell 04 April 1775 in Kilbrittain, County Cork147; born 1743 in Kilbrittain, County Cork147; died 17 February 1830 in Doneraile, County Cork148.

Notes for Catherine Creagh:

Catherine (Stawell) was gifted with an unusually clear head and with great business capacity.  Her voluminous diary embraces most of the questions of national, parochial, and family interest that occured during the greater part of her long life, and shows that she was consulted on matters both of of small and great importance by her neighbors for miles around149

 

      120.  George26 Stawell (Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was baptised 18 October 1739 in Castletownroche, County Cork Ireland151, and died 09 May 1808 in Dawlish, County Devon152.  He married Elizabeth Stawell 05 November 1766153, daughter of Jonas Stawell and Melian Allin.  She was born 1744 in Kilbrittain, County Cork154, and died 22 September 1821 in Oldcourt, County Cork154.

More About Elizabeth Stawell

Children of George Stawell and Elizabeth Stawell:

 

Generation No. 8

      124.  Maria Amy27 Stawell (Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 26 April 1805 in Coolmain, Ireland156.  She married St. George Ryder Barry 17 March 1833 in Killbritain, Ireland156, son of Thomas Barry. 

Children of Maria Stawell and St. Barry are:

 

146

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Thomas Stawell28 Barry, baptised 16 April 1834 in Bandon, County Cork156; died Abt. 1878.

Notes for Thomas Stawell Barry:

Thomas was Assistant Surgeon, 86th Regiment of Foot and afterwards a surgeon in the Royal Artillery.

 

147

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St. George Barry, baptised 25 July 1836 in Bandon, County Cork156.

 

148

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Amy Eleanor Barry, baptised 02 August1839 in Bandon, County Cork156.

 

      125.  Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell (Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)156 was born in Coolmain, Ireland.  She married Alexander Wilson Hutcheson Heard 17 March 1832 in Coolmain, Ireland157.  He was born 1808158.

Children of Esther Stawell and Alexander Heard are:

 

149

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Amyas28 Heard, died in Africa.

 

150

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George Heard.

 

151

iii.

Richard Heard, died in New York, New York.

 

152

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John Isaac Heard, born 1836 in Coolmain, Kilbrittain Cork Ireland160; died 1839 in Coolmain, Kilbrittain Cork Ireland160.

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Alexander Edward Stawell Heard, born 1842 in Coolmain, Kilbrittain Cork Ireland; died 1925.

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154

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Stawell Llewellyn Heard, born 1843; died 22 August 1911.

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Dr. Edward Hutchenson Heard, born 1844; died 1920 in New York, New York.

 

156

viii.

Charles Seagram Heard, born 1850; died 1931.

 

      @130.  Lieutenant William27 Stawell (William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)161 was born 1795 in Coolmain, Cork, Ireland162, and died 10 July 1868 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia163.  He married Elizabeth Green164 19 November 1817 in St Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia165, daughter of Benjamin Green and Susanna Wenman.  She was born Abt. 1777 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and died 12 June 1854 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.

Notes for Lieutenant William Stawell:

According to Col.  George Dodsorth Stawell in his book "A Quantock Family",   William Stawell died and was buried in Cork, Ireland, in 1798, thereby making extinct the Barony of Stawell of Somerset, England.  There is ample evidence that William lived well beyond that date as an officer in the British Army, serving in Spain, Southern France, Bermuda and Canada. He was also the immigrant ancestor of the Stawell family in Nova Scotia.

William attended primary school at the Reverend Richard Hinches' in Cork.  He got military education at Marlow College.  His son, Wenman Blankley Stawell says that William was "a wild chap in his youth and his mother grieved over it." His father gave him his choice of profession, and he chose to become a soldier.   He was appointed an Ensign of the 48th (Northamptonshire) Regiment of Foot on 19 September, 1811 at the age of 16.  He was recommended for the rank by Lt. Col. John Brown in a letter to the King of the same date. On 27 January, 1813, Wiliam departed Portsmouth, England aboard the Ship "Queen", arriving in Lisbon Portugal on 14 February. There, as his military record states,

"Lt.  Stawell served in the Peninsular War with the 48th Regiment and was present at the Battle of Vittoria, Pyranees, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has the War Medal with four Clasps". 

Toulouse was the last major battle of the Peninsular War, and the British soundly defeated Napolean's forces. Ensign Stawell's regiment, however, was cut to pieces, he being wounded by a musket ball in his leg.  The ball remained in his leg for the remainder of his life.

William and about 300 of the survivors of his regiment departed for Templemore Ireland on 25 June 1814 aboard the British ship "Fox", and did not participate in the final battle at Waterloo.

In a letter to the British King dated 14 October, 1815, the Rev. William Stawell recounted his son's heroism in the Peninsular War:

    "May it please your Royal Highness"

 

        "The enclosed is a memorial in behalf of my son, Wm. Stawell, who has been an Ensign in his Majesty's Forty Eighth Regiment of Foot, a commission which he owes to your Royal Highness' fondness since the month of September 1811.  During the last campaign in the Peninsula and in the South of France he had the honor of participating in the glory which the fourth division of the army with the 48th attached to it so largely acquired the color staff on one occasion being shivered in his hand and his coat perforated with balls.  Unable myself to advance his interests at such a critical period of his service, except through the further protection of your Royal Highness's trust I may not be deemed by this application either improper or unreasonable".

 

                               

                                                                "(Signed) Wm. Stawell"  

He also wrote a letter to the Duke of York on the same day to request a promotion for his son to the rank of Lieutenant:

        "His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces, &c, &c, &c, &c

        "The memorial of the Rev. Wm. Stawell most humbly showeth---

        "That your Memorialist has a son and Ensign in his Majesty's forty eighth Regiment of Foot, in which he has had the honor to serve four years a principal part of the time under the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsula and afterwards in France.

 

        "Your memorialist most humbly prays that your Royal Highness will please to take the same into consideration and grant his son a Lieutenancy in his Majesty's Service, and your memorialist will, as in duty bound, ever pray."

The promotion was recommended by Major General H. S.  Debrisay:

                                                "Lyanfiston(?) 14th October 1815

 

"Sir.

 

        "Having in many instances experienced your --- attention to my requests, permit me once more to       trespass upon such indulgance in requesting you would advance ---- or to lay the enclosed before His Royal Highness.

 

        "Tis a memorial from the Reverend Wm. Stawell to obtain if possible a Lieutenancy for his son who has served four years ---- Regiment of Foot, and seen much service under His Grace the Duke of Wellington."

On 9 November 1815 the Duke promoted him to the rank of Lieutenant and assigned him to the 99th (Prince of Wales Tipperary) Regiment of Foot.  From November 1815 to February 1816, his muster roll shows him absent without leave. On 24 February 1816, he rejoined the unit at Albany Barracks on the Isle of Wright.  By this time, the regiment had been renamed the 98th Regiment of Foot.

On 26 May 1816 William embarked from Portsmouth, England for Halifax Nova Scotia.  He arrived on 14 June 1816, and was placed in command of Fort Clarence on the Eastern approaches to Halifax Harbor until 8 August 1817, when he left for St. John New Brunswick. 

On  24 October, 1817 (Wenman says 25 March 1817) he was placed on half pay due to a reduction in the regiment.  He remained at this status until 1868, when his pension ceased due to his death.  His daily pension amounted to 4s 6d for this period.

Wenman says that after his marriage, Lt. Stawell established his homestead at Lawrencetown, a small village about 13 miles northeast of Dartmouth Nova Scotia.  There four children Eustace, two who died in early childhood,  and Wenman were born.  Wenman attests that no other children were born.

Between 1834 and 1836, Lt. Stawell and his family resided at Dartmouth.  He had internded to return to Ireland as requested in a letter from his father and made preparations to depart, but his wife refused to go.  Wishing not to abandon her, he decided instead to return to Lawrencetown where he resided until his death.   He was, therefore, unable to actively fight for his inheritance in his home country167.

In a report filed with the British Military authorities in 1847, William indicates that he had a wife and just two children, both capable of maintaining themselves.  He also states that he has no employment.

The 1851 Nova Scotia census for Lawrencetown lists William's household as 1 male between 30 and 40 (William Eustace), 1 male over 50 (William), and 1 female over 50 (his wife Elizabeth)

William died in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia on 10 July, 1868.  On his tombstone, he proudly proclaims his lineage and his military affiliations.

I  have a copy of the signature of Lt. Stawell from his pension application to the British War Office.

Lt. Stawell was intensely proud of his military record.  His headstone proclaims his Regiment, and he describes his occupation as "Lieut in the Army" in the baptismal record of his son Wenman.  In his will, Wenman describes in great detail the military exploits of his father, suggesting that as a boy he was enchanted with his father's stories.

William was also aware of his apparent status as heir to the Stawell Barony.  His headstone clearly describes him as the only son of the Rev. William Stawell of Coolmain Ireland.  He made sure obituary notices were posted in the local newspaper of the deaths of prominent members of the Stawell family in Ireland.  His son took care in his will to describe his right to title and property that may be inherited through his late father and his uncle Eustace Stawell of Coolmain Cork Ireland.  It seems clear that the family expected some family inheritance as a result of the Barony.  Unfortunately, it seems that his uncle Eustace Stawell, head of the Stawell family of Coolmain spent his fortune and had little to pass on to his nephew.

More About Lieutenant William Stawell:

Burial: Mineville Cemetery,Lawrencetown Nova Scotia

Military service: 98th Regiment, 48 Regiment166

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More About Elizabeth Green:

Marriage Notes for William Stawell and Elizabeth Green:

Wenman Stawell, in his Declaration, recalls of his father's marriage"

"On the 19th day of November 1817, Lieutenant Stawell married Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Benjamin Green, Esquire, Provincial treasurer of the Province of Nova Scotia.  The marriage took place at Halifax in the house of Mrs. Brinley, widow of George Brinley, Esq. Commisary-General of His Majesty's Forces in North America.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. John Inglis who was assisted by Archdeacon Willis, then a Chaplain on board the 'Akbar'.  This ship captured the French vessel 'Pyramis'.

 

"The registry of this marriage is in the Register of Marriages solemnized in the Parish of St. Paul's in the year 1817, at present in St. Paul's Church at Halifax, Book 1816-1822.  It is as follows:

 

'William Stowell, Bachelor, late Lieutenant in the 98th Regiment of Foot, and Elizabeth Green, Spinster, of this Parish were married in this Parish by License this 19th day of November 1817, by me John Inglis, Rector.

 

"I would call attention to the incorrect spelling of my father's name in this entry.  He spelled his name always with a 'a' and not an 'o'.  H signed his name 'Stawell' not 'Stowell'

Notice of the marriage was published in the 'Acadian Recorder' newspaper of Halifax on November 22nd 1817 as follows:

"Same evening by the Rev. Dr. Inglis, Wm Stawell Esq late of the 98th Reg't to Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin Green, Esq. late treasurer of this Province.

 

"In this notice the name is spelled correctly."

More About William Stawell and Elizabeth Green:

Marriage: 19 November 1817, St Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia171

Marriage bann: 18 November 1817, Halifax Nova Scotia172

Children of William Stawell and Elizabeth Green are:

 

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William Eustace28 Stawell173, born 14 February 1819 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia174; died 15 June 1876 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia174.

Notes for William Eustace Stawell:

William Eustace Stawell was educated at Horton Acadamy, graduating in 1835.  He taught school in Dartmouth, but eventually went insane. His mother and brother took him to the Asylum in Hartford Connecticut.  His brother recalls that at this time he was "violent and dangerous, but afterwards became what is called harmless insane".  He returned to live with his father in Lawrencetown until his father's death.  On 28 April 1869,  he was admitted to the Mt. Hope Insane Asylum and remained there until his death in 1876176.

William Eustace Stawell is listed in the 1871 Nova Scotia Census as living at an Insane Asylum in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.  He is mentioned in his father's will as having never married and died insane175.

More About William Eustace Stawell:

Burial: Mineville Nova Scotia

 

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Unnamed Stawell, born Bet. 1819 - 1824 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia177; died in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.

Notes for Unnamed Stawell:

This infant died at childbirth.This child died at about 3 months old.

Burial: Mineville Nova Scotia

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Wenman Blankley Stawell, born 24 April 1825 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia; died 1900 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.

 

      132.  Jonas27 Stawell (Sampson26, Jonas25, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 24 September 1776 in Kilbrittain, County Cork178, and died 15 January 1835 in Cheltenham178.  He married Hon. Charlotte St. Leger 09 July 1816 in Doneraile, County Cork178, daughter of Hayes St. Leger and --- Bernard.  She died 11 January 1846 in Doneraile, County Cork179.

Notes for Jonas Stawell:

This was, likely the individual referred to in Wenman Stawell's Declaration, as "short Jonas".

Child of Jonas Stawell and Charlotte St. Leger is:

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Charlotte Harriett Hester28 Stawell, born 04 May 1817 in Doneraile, County Cork; died 27 July 1882 in London, England.

 

      134.  Esther27 Stawell (Sampson26, Jonas25, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born December 1778 in Kilbrittain, County Cork181, and died November 1856 in Bandon, County Cork181.  She married John Sealy 21 June 1796181.  He died 06 May 1836 in Bandon, County Cork181.

Children of Esther Stawell and John Sealy are:

 

161

i.

Richard28 Sealy182, born Bef. 1800.

Notes for Richard Sealy:

Richard died unmarried.

 

162

ii.

Melian Sealy.

Notes for Melian Sealy:

Melian is mentioned in the will of her grandfather.

 

163

iii.

Sampson Stawell Sealy, born 1800; died 1867182.  He married Jane Hickey 01 March 1828182.

Notes for Sampson Stawell Sealy:

Sampson was Captain, 84th Regiment.

 

      143.  Jonas27 Stawell (George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 08 January 1769 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland183, and died 25 July 1840 in Oldcourt, County Cork184.  He married Anna Elizabeth Foster 14 February 1805.  She was born 1783185, and died 15 November 1833 in Oldcourt, County Cork185.

Notes for Jonas Stawell:

This is likely the "long Jonas" referred to by Wenman Stawell in his Declaration.  He was so named because he was six feet eight inches in height and a "close-fisted man".

Jonas of Oldcourt is named in the will of his father, dated 13 June 1798.  In it, he states that since his son has already been provided for through his parent's marriage settlement, he would receive only a silver cup and cover from the estate, as a token of love. 

He is also mentioned in the will of his uncle Sampson Stawell of Kilbrittain, dated 21 June 1815, and was one of the trustees named in the will of his uncle William Stawell of Kilbrack dated 20 April 1822. 

A very young Ensign Stawell is listed in 1782 as belonging to the Mallow Independants in which his father, George Stawell held the rank of Captain and his brother George's father-in-law John Longfield that of Lieutenant-Colonel.  

Jonas Stawell entered Trinity College in Dublin as a Pensioner on 29 April 1785, and received his BA in 1790.  He was admitted freeman in the city of Cork on 9 December 1796. 

Jonas built the residence at Oldcourt on property he received from his father on his marriage.

Oldcourt, like many of the properties belonging to the Stawell family, went relatively unmolested during the Whiteboy rebellions.  Jonas was, nonetheless, attacked one day when he was riding along a lonely road by an armed Whiteboy, but being a man of very powerful physique, he speedily disarmed his assailant and, fastening him to his saddle, he conveyed him to the nearest police station.

Children of Jonas Stawell and Anna Foster are:

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Sir William Jonas Foster28 Stawell, born 27 June 1815 in Oldcourt, County Cork; died 12 March 1889 in Melbourne, Australia.

 

165

ii.

Catherine Elizabeth Anna Stawell, born 10 June 1806 in Dawlish, County Devon186; died 15 April 1880186.  She married George Garnett 10 February 1830; died 1856186.

 

166

iii.

Elizabeth Georgianna Stawell, born 13 July 1807 in Dawlish, County Devon187.  She married Arundell Hill 02 September 1844 in Buttevant, County Cork Ireland187.

 

167

iv.

George Cooper Stawell, born 16 September 1809 in Oldcourt, County Cork188; died 14 January 1862 in Dublin Ireland188.  He married Elizabeth Tandy 15 May 1843188.

 

168

v.

William Stawell, born 1810 in Oldcourt, County Cork189; died 03 November 1814 in Oldcourt, County Cork189.

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169

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Anna Henrietta Stawell, born 13 May 1813 in Doneraile, County Cork; died April 1877 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland.

 

170

vii.

Jonas Sampson Stawell, born 19 April 1817 in Oldcourt, County Cork189; died 02 December 1887 in Hillsborough, County Down Ireland189.

 

171

viii.

Esther Harriett Stawell, born 1818 in Doneraile, County Cork190; died 1818 in Doneraile, County Cork190.

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John Leslie Stawell, born 16 October 1818 in Oldcourt, County Cork.

 

173

x.

Letitia Stawell, born 19 April 1827 in Oldcourt, County Cork190; died 02 August 1894190.

 

      144.  George27 Stawell (George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born February 1770191, and died 13 January 1825 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland192.  He married Elizabeth Longfield 16 November 1801 in Ballyclough, County Cork Ireland193.  She died 08 December 1823 in Castle Mary194.

Children of George Stawell and Elizabeth Longfield are:

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George28 Stawell, born 12 September 1808 in Doneraile, County Cork; died 19 January 1879 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland.

 

175

ii.

Elizabeth Stawell, born 01 November 1803 in Dawlish, County Devon196; died 09 January 1865197.  She married Nathaniel Webb Ware 20 July 1825 in Doneraile, County Cork198.

 

176

iii.

Catherine Stawell, born 29 April 1805 in Doneraile, County Cork199; died June 1841 in Doneraile, County Cork199.  She married Hugh Delacour 16 February 1833 in Doneraile, County Cork199; died March 1873 in Doneraile, County Cork199.

 

177

iv.

Susan Patience Stawell, born 19 June 1807 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland199; died 1882200.  She married Capt. Robert Vivian 06 August 1827 in Doneraile, County Cork201; died 18 December 1871202.

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178

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John Robert Stawell, born 17 July 1812 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland; died 29 April 1874 in Rock Ferry, County Cheshire England.

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179

vi.

Jonas Stawell, born 17 July 1814 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland; died 16 November 1885 in Clifton, County Bristol England.

 

180

vii.

Charlotte Stawell, born 26 August 1816 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland204.  She married Robert Longfield 14 December 1840 in Kilshannig, County Cork Ireland204; died 1868204.

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181

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William Stawell, born 11 November 1819 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland; died 31 March 1880 in Doneraile, County Cork.

 

182

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Georgina Stawell, born 29 November 1821 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland205; died January 1869 in Doneraile, County Cork205.

 

Generation No. 9

      153.  Alexander Edward Stawell28 Heard (Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1842 in Coolmain, Kilbrittain Cork Ireland206, and died 1925.  He married Dorothea Bennett 1865, daughter of Samuel Bennett. 

Children of Alexander Heard and Dorothea Bennett are:

 

183

i.

Amy Rebecca29 Heard.  She married Col. John Norman Sinclair.

 

184

ii.

Dorothea Alexandria Heard, died 1882.

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Kathleen Stawell Heard.

 

186

iv.

Samuel Bennett Heard, born 14 December 1865207; died 23 March 1876207.

 

187

v.

Major Alexander Eustace Stawell Heard, born 14 December 1867; died 1959 in London, England.

Notes for Major Alexander Eustace Stawell Heard:

Alexander was a Major in the Royal Irish Fusileers.

 

188

vi.

Edward St. John Heard, born 1868; died 1876.

 

189

vii.

George Bennett Heard, born 18 March 1871 in Coolmain, Kilbrittain Cork Ireland207; died 20 December 1961 in Dublin Ireland207.  He married Cecelia Black 1893207; died 1960207.

 

190

viii.

Esther Stawell Heard, born Bef. 1876; died 1876.

 

      154.  Stawell Llewellyn28 Heard (Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1843, and died 22 August 1911207.  He married Jane Patrick

Children of Stawell Heard and Jane Patrick are:

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191

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Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29 Heard, born 18 September 1873; died 15 January 1923.

 

192

ii.

Florence Elizabeth Heard, died in Dublin Ireland.

 

193

iii.

Emilie Jane Heard, died 1952 in Dublin Ireland.

 

      155.  Dr. Edward Hutchenson28 Heard (Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 1844, and died 1920 in New York, New York.  He married Ellen Keene

Children of Edward Heard and Ellen Keene are:

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194

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Ella May29 Heard.

 

195

ii.

Esther Elizabeth Phoebe Stawell Heard.

 

      @159.  Wenman Blankley28 Stawell (William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)208 was born 24 April 1825 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia209, and died 1900 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia209.  He married Mary Romans Bremner210 08 November 1849 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia211, daughter of John Bremner and Elizabeth King. 

Notes for Wenman Blankley Stawell:

Wenman Blankley Stawell was named for his grandmother, Susannah Wenman, and for an associate of Lt. Stawell from the British Navy, Capt. Blankley, whose son Henry Blankley was drowned in Portsmouth while serving in the Royal Navy. 

Wenman attended primary school with of his aunt, Mrs. Howe, in Lawrencetown.  In 1834, he attended Mr. Walker's school in Dartmouth and, He later attended Mr. Jameson's School in Dartmouth where his brother who was Assistant teacher, but they quarreled and he was subsequently sent,  in 1836 to Mr. Twinning's school in the Parade in Halifax.

After his marriage to Mary Romans Bremmer, Wenman and Mary lived with his father at his home in Lawrencetown.  On 9 June 1860, "by the evil and regrettable conduct of my wife, I was driven insane", and Wenman was admitted to the Lunatic Asylum in Dartmouth.  He was confined there until 22 May 1869.  In 1862, his father broke up the household, being indignant with the continued immorality of his daughter-in-law.  Henry and William were farmed out, while William Eustace and Elizabeth were taken to live with him at the home of George Hiltz in Lawrencetown215.

In the Nova Scotia census for 1851, Wenman's household includes 1 male under aged 10 (William), 1 female between 10 and 20 years old  1 male between 30 and 40 years old (Wenman), and 1 female between 30 and 40 years old (wife Mary).  He shared a house with his father William Stawell and family.

In the 1871 census, Wenman is listed as living in Lawrencetown, alone214.

Wenman Stawell left a will that reflects his wishes for his disabled son, his family tree, and an admonition to his executor not to honor any claims against his estate without extensive scrutiny.  He also left his son Henry a document describing his father's fight to claim the Stawell Barony, and passing that right on to his son, Henry.

In reading the documents written by Wenman, one gets the impression of a man obsessed with his heritage and the rights of his father.  No doubt their inability to convince the English authorities of the legitimacy of their claims for the title and lands of the Barony contributed to his decline.  One also gets a sense of the pervasive nature of Madness in the family.

More About Wenman Blankley Stawell:

Also Spelled 1: Winman

Also Spelled 2: 03 August 1880, Whenman212

Baptism: 04 March 1827, St John's Anglican Church, Westphal213

Burial: Mineville Nova Scotia

Will: August 1900, Halifax Nova Scotia

Notes for Mary Romans Bremner:

In his will, Wenman disowns Mary "..having been notoriously guilty of gross sin and the author of painful family misfortune, and having lived for years an abandoned life..." 217.  After she left Wenman in 1860, it is unclear where she went.  She is not to be found in any of the Canadian census records for 1871, 1881 or 1891.  Wherever she was, she brought her children with her. 

The Census indicates that the Bremmer family name was found at this time only in the Lawrencetown area of Halifax, but was fairly common in Guysborough and Lunenburg counties.  The German families in Lunenburg Township were close, and it is here that a curious coincidence may help explain how the Stawell and Schwartz family came to meet.  In the 1871 Census, there is a woman named Sarah Bremner, aged 50 living in the same house as Benjamin Mclaughlin and wife, Eliza.  Eliza would marry twice more, the last time to Joshua Schwartz as his second wife.  Although there is no evidence that Sarah and Mary Romans Bremner are related, it would be ironic if Sarah Bremmer had a hand in bringing Mary's daughter Elizateth Stawell together as Joshua Schwartz first wife.

Marriage Notes for Wenman Stawell and Mary Bremner:

Wenman Stawell and his wife Mary lived together in Lawrencetown until about 1861, when she left him218.  The 1871 Canadian  census lists Wenman living in Lawrencetown alone. 

Children of Wenman Stawell and Mary Bremner are:

 

196

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William Eustace29 Stawell219, born 03 June 1850 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia220; died Aft. 1901 in Cole Harbor, Nova Scotia.

Notes for William Eustace Stawell:

William had a very troubled life.   In 1862 he was farmed out, along with his brother Hemry as a result of the breakup of his family.  He was admitted to the Mount Hope Insane Asylum at Dartmouth on 28 April 1869, and remained there until his death in 1878.

In the 1881 census, he is listed as living at the Insane Asylum in Dartmouth, aged 31.  It is noted that he is from Lunenburg, probably because of the link with his sister Elizabeth Schwartz.   The 1901 census indicates that he is now living at the County Poor Farm on Bissett Road in Dartmouth.  His age is listed as 50, but no birth date is provided.  His religion is now Presbyterian.

In his father's will,  his care is placed into the hands of his brother Henry "...having full confidence in his affection and care I commit to him the maintenance of his unfortunate brother". 

William Eustace Lived for most of his life at the Home for the Insane in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.

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Henry William Stawell, born 31 October 1853 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia; died Abt. 1904 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

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Elizabeth Stawell, born 1856 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia; died 1884 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia.

 

      160.  Charlotte Harriett Hester28 Stawell (Jonas27, Sampson26, Jonas25, Jonas24, Anthony23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 04 May 1817 in Doneraile, County Cork221, and died 27 July 1882 in London, England221.  She married Col. William St. Leger Alcock 18 September 1845 in Doneraile, County Cork221.  He was born 1807, and died 05 June 1905 in Richmond221.

Notes for Col. William St. Leger Alcock:

William Alcock was Captain of the 23rd Welsh Fusiliers, and afterwards Lt.  Colonel of the North Cork Rifles.  Upon his marriage to his cousin, he took her family name of Stawell "by royal license" (ref: Burke's General Armory, 1884).

Children of Charlotte Stawell and William Alcock are:

 

199

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Esther Mary29 Alcock-Stawell222.

 

200

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Jonas William Alcock-Stawell, born 03 August 1846 in Kilbrittain, County Cork223; died 17 February 1900 in Kilbrittain, County Cork223.

 

201

iii.

Charlotte Emily Alcock-Stawell, born 21 January 1848 in Kilbrittain, County Cork224; died August 1849 in Kilbrittain, County Cork224.

 

202

iv.

William Thomas Jonas Alcock-Stawell, born 20 January 1850 in Kilbrittain, County Cork225; died 06 May 1907 in Kilbrittain, County Cork225.

 

203

v.

Frances Charlotte Ester Alcock-Stawell, born 09 November 1852 in Kilbrittain, County Cork226; died 1857 in Kilbrittain, County Cork226.

 

      164.  Sir William Jonas Foster28 Stawell (Jonas27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 27 June 1815 in Oldcourt, County Cork227, and died 12 March 1889 in Melbourne, Australia228.  He married Mary Frances Elizabeth Greene January 1856 in Melbourne Australia229

Children of William Stawell and Mary Greene are:

 

204

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Jonas Molesworth29 Stawell, born 12 July 1858 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

205

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William Stawell, born 22 March 1860 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

206

iii.

Charles Leslie Stawell, born 15 September 1861 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

207

iv.

George Cooper Stawell, born 23 December 1862 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

208

v.

Richard Rawdon Stawell, born 14 March 1864 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

209

vi.

Rudolph de Salis Stawell, born 30 November 1871 in Melbourne, Australia230.

 

210

vii.

Anne Catherine Stawell230, born in St Kilda, Victoria Austrailia.

 

211

viii.

Mary Letitia Stawell231, born in St Kilda, Victoria Austrailia.

 

212

ix.

Henrietta Stawell231, born in St Kilda, Victoria Austrailia.

 

213

x.

Florence Melian Stawell231, born in St Kilda, Victoria Austrailia.

 

      169.  Anna Henrietta28 Stawell (Jonas27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 13 May 1813 in Doneraile, County Cork232, and died April 1877 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland233.  She married George Stawell 10 March 1834 in Doneraile, County Cork Ireland233, son of George Stawell and Elizabeth Longfield.  He was born 12 September 1808 in Doneraile, County Cork234, and died 19 January 1879 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland235.

Children of Anna Stawell and George Stawell are:

 

214

i.

George29 Stawell, born 05 February 1836 in Doneraile, County Cork235; died 25 March 1892 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland235.

 

215

ii.

John William Foster Stawell, born 04 November 1840 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland235; died 01 October 1903 in Australia236.

 

216

iii.

William Stawell, born March 1846 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236; died May 1863236.

 

217

iv.

Sampson Stawell, born 03 October 1848 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236.  He married (1) Frances Mathilda Murphy 01 October 1885 in Doneraile, County Cork236; born 1856236; died 16 October 1888 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236.  He married (2) Susanna Mary Norcott 02 July 1896 in Buttevant, County Cork Ireland236.

 

218

v.

Anna Letitia Stawell, born in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236.  She married (1) Warden Francis Grove Annesley 20 July 1870 in Doneraile, County Cork236; died 19 September 1875236.  She married (2) Rev. R L Rice October 1878236; died 1882236.  She married (3) Edward Fitzgibbon 1885236.

 

219

vi.

Elizabeth Letitia Stawell, born 17 November 1838 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236.

Notes for Elizabeth Letitia Stawell:

Elizabeth died young.

 

220

vii.

Katherine Letitia Stawell, born 21 January 1844 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland236; died 1894236.  She married Rev. William Henry Cotter 03 October 1878 in Monanimy, Cork Ireland236.

 

      172.  John Leslie28 Stawell (Jonas27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 16 October 1818 in Oldcourt, County Cork237.  He married Frances Smith 25 August 1848237

Children of John Stawell and Frances Smith are:

 

221

i.

Jonas Cooper Lloyd29 Stawell, born 09 January 1857238; died 26 January 1901238.

 

222

ii.

Mary Anna Grace Stawell.

 

223

iii.

Letitia Frances Charlotte Stawell.

 

      174.  George28 Stawell (George27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 12 September 1808 in Doneraile, County Cork239, and died 19 January 1879 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland240.  He married Anna Henrietta Stawell 10 March 1834 in Doneraile, County Cork Ireland240, daughter of Jonas Stawell and Anna Foster.  She was born 13 May 1813 in Doneraile, County Cork241, and died April 1877 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland242.

More About Anna Henrietta Stawell:

Children of George Stawell and Anna Henrietta Stawell:

 

      178.  John Robert28 Stawell (George27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 17 July 1812 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland243, and died 29 April 1874 in Rock Ferry, County Cheshire England244.  He married Frances Anne de Bergho 14 December 1854245.  She died Aft. 1910246.

Children of John Stawell and Frances de Bergho are:

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224

i.

Anne Maude Katherine29 Stawell, born in Mallow, County Cork Ireland.

 

225

ii.

John Allen George Stawell, born 18 December 1858 in Doneraile, County Cork248; died 23 March 1893 in Doneraile, County Cork248.

 

226

iii.

William Eustace Stawell, born 12 December 1859 in Doneraile, County Cork248; died 1860 in Doneraile, County Cork248.

 

227

iv.

Mildred Frances Elizabeth Stawell, born 07 December 1861 in Cork, Ireland248; died 1862 in Cork, Ireland248.

 

228

v.

Elizabeth Maria Teresa Stawell, born 09 December 1863 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland248; died August 1864 in Mallow, County Cork Ireland248.

 

      179.  Jonas28 Stawell (George27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 17 July 1814 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland248, and died 16 November 1885 in Clifton, County Bristol England249.  He married (1) Henrietta Prothero 25 November 1840250.  She died 02 September 1850 in Exmouth250.  He married (2) Harriett Thompson 14 February 1854 in Lemmington251

Child of Jonas Stawell and Henrietta Prothero is:

 

229

i.

George Dodsworth29 Stawell, born 14 July 1849 in Exmouth253; died Aft. 1910.

 

      181.  William28 Stawell (George27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 11 November 1819 in Croberg, County Cork Ireland254, and died 31 March 1880 in Doneraile, County Cork254.  He married Eliza Crocker 17 April 1855 in Ballykahane, County Limerick Ireland254

Children of William Stawell and Eliza Crocker are:

 

230

i.

Francis29 Stawell, born 14 January 1859 in Hermitage, Do0neraile, Ireland254.

 

231

ii.

William Stawell, born 04 June 1852 in Hermitage, Do0neraile, Ireland255.  He married Ellen Carre 03 July 1900255.

 

232

iii.

Eliza Emilia Arethusa Stawell, born in Hermitage, Do0neraile, Ireland255.

 

Generation No. 10

      185.  Kathleen Stawell29 Heard (Alexander Edward Stawell28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)  She married (1) Gen. Sir Ivor Thomas.    She married (2) Philip J. Paterson 1905. 

Children of Kathleen Heard and Philip Paterson are:

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233

i.

Josephine30 Paterson.

 

234

ii.

Patricia Paterson.

 

235

iii.

Bing Paterson.

 

      191.  Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29 Heard (Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 18 September 1873256, and died 15 January 1923256.  He married Eva Fairtlough 29 June 1895256, daughter of William Henry Fairtlough.  She was born 1875, and died 20 June 1959256.

Children of Eustace Heard and Eva Fairtlough are:

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236

i.

Stawell Llewellyn30 Heard, born 01 July 1897; died 1929.

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237

ii.

Eustace Alexander Hutchinson Heard, born 18 May 1899.

 

238

iii.

William Aubrey Swanton Heard, born 27 June 1903256.

 

239

iv.

Eva Heard, born 27 June 1903256; died 27 June 1903256.

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240

v.

Amy Patience Heard, born 12 February 1905.

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241

vi.

Ethel Heard, born 22 June 1913.

 

      194.  Ella May29 Heard (Edward Hutchenson28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)  She married Edwin Sticht in New York, New York. 

Child of Ella Heard and Edwin Sticht is:

 

242

i.

Esther G.30 Sticht, died 1975.

 

      197.  Henry William29 Stawell (Wenman Blankley28, William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)257 was born 31 October 1853 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia258, and died Abt. 1904 in Halifax Nova Scotia.  He married Ellen McDonald 03 August 1880 in Halifax, Nova Scotia259, daughter of Alexander McDonald and Ellen ---.  She was born 1856 in Cape Bretton, Nova Scotia, and died 1933 in Calgary, Alberta.

Notes for Henry William Stawell:

Henry is listed as alive in 1901 and living in Halifax.  He is mentioned by HL Hewitt in one of his articles about the history of the Eastern Shore in the Dartmouth Patriot.

It is a curious coincidence that Henry lists his occupation in his Marriage record as a fisherman aboard the SS Mima; and that George Schwartz, Joshua's brother, married a woman named Mima Arenberg.

More About Henry William Stawell:

Occupation 1: 1893, Coffee House Manager260

Occupation 2: 1880, Fisherman, SS Mima261

Marriage Notes for Henry Stawell and Ellen McDonald:

Three children were born of this marriage, according to the will of Henry's father.

Children of Henry Stawell and Ellen McDonald are:

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243

i.

May30 Stawell.

 

244

ii.

Beatrice Stawell262.

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245

iii.

Arthur Francis Stawell, born 14 March 1894 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died 31 August 1974.

 

246

iv.

Ralph Eustace Stawell262.  He married Jenny ---262.

 

      @198.  Elizabeth29 Stawell (Wenman Blankley28, William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)263 was born 1856 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia263, and died 1884 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia263.  She married Joshua Schwartz 20 May 1876 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia264, son of George Schwartz and Sophia Walter.  He was born 14 April 1852 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia265, and died 11 March 1939 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County Nova Scotia.

Notes for Elizabeth Stawell:

Elizabeth is mentioned by her father, Wenman Blankley Stawell, in his will and in his "Declarations" document.  Apparently, Wenman did not know the birthdate of his daughter as he lists her as being born in --- 1856.  In 1862, Elizabeth was taken from her mother, along with her uncle William Eustace Stawell, to live with her grandfather at the home of George Hiltz268.

There is some information with which to speculate how Elizabeth and Joshua met in spite of their social differences.  Elizabeth's brother Henry, who was apprenticed out when his parents broke up, appears in the 1871 Census as a fisherman abord the SS Mima in Lunenburg, a boat that may have been owned by Joshua's brother.  There is also the possibility that Elizabeth's mother (or Aunt) was living in Lunenburg at this time, and may have introduced Elizabeth to Joshua.  Additional research may reveal more compelling evidence.

The 1881 Canadian Census for Lunenburg lists Elizabeth as aged 23267

In her marriage license entry, she gives her name as Stowles.

More About Elizabeth Stawell:

Also Spelled 1: 1878, Stowells

Also Spelled 2: 1874, Stowles266

Cause of Death: Childbirth

Nationality: 1881, Irish269

More About Joshua Schwartz:

Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Stawell and Joshua Schwartz:

Joshua's sister, Mary Schwartz acted as witness

Children of Elizabeth Stawell and Joshua Schwartz:

 

      224.  Anne Maude Katherine29 Stawell (John Robert28, George27, George26, Anthony25, George24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Thomas21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born in Mallow, County Cork Ireland.  She married Henry Bird 01 June 1880282.  He died 20 February 1900 in Bude, County Cornwall282.

Child of Anne Stawell and Henry Bird is:

 

250

i.

Hubert John30 Bird.  He married Violet ---; born in Nova Scotia.

 

Generation No. 11

      233.  Josephine30 Paterson (Kathleen Stawell29 Heard, Alexander Edward Stawell28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)  She married George Woods Humphrey

Children of Josephine Paterson and George Humphrey are:

 

251

i.

Jasmine Woods31 Humphrey.

 

252

ii.

Wendy Woods Humphrey.

 

253

iii.

Michael Woods Humphrey.

 

      236.  Stawell Llewellyn30 Heard (Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 01 July 1897283, and died 1929.  He married Wynfred Hyland 04 July 1927283, daughter of Charles Hyland. 

Child of Stawell Heard and Wynfred Hyland is:

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254

i.

George Victor31 Heard, born 06 April 1928 in Dublin Ireland.

 

      237.  Eustace Alexander Hutcheson30 Heard (Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 18 May 1899283.  He married (1) May Vincent-Jackson 12 April 1921283.  She died 31 December 1937283.  He married (2) Sheila Duffy 07 September 1938283, daughter of Dr. Joseph Francis Duffy.  She died 23 July 1969.

Children of Eustace Heard and Sheila Duffy are:

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255

i.

Stawell St. Leger31 Heard, born private.

 

256

ii.

Shirley Elizabeth Fairtlough Heard, born private.

 

      240.  Amy Patience30 Heard (Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 12 February 1905283.  She married (1) Andrew Wallace Noble.    She married (2) Edward Amory Houston

Child of Amy Heard and Edward Houston is:

 

257

i.

Pamela Stawell31 Houston, born private.

 

      241.  Ethel30 Heard (Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 22 June 1913.  She married Thomas P. Shaw

Children of Ethel Heard and Thomas Shaw are:

 

258

i.

Maj. Patrick31 Shaw.

 

259

ii.

Lucie Shaw.

 

260

iii.

Mary Shaw.

 

261

iv.

Hugh Shaw.

 

      243.  May30 Stawell (Henry William29, Wenman Blankley28, William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1)284.  She married Gordon Gallagher284

Child of May Stawell and Gordon Gallagher is:

 

262

i.

Grace31 Gallagher284.  She married Arthur Kelly284.

 

      245.  Arthur Francis30 Stawell (Henry William29, Wenman Blankley28, William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 14 March 1894 in Halifax Nova Scotia285, and died 31 August 1974286.  He married Agnes Johns 1922286.  She was born 20 July 1894286, and died 25 December 1963286.

Notes for Arthur Francis Stawell:

Arthur served in the First World War, at Vimy Ridge in France.

Arhtur changed the spelling of his name to Stowell sometime before applying for his Social Security card on 20 December 1936.

Children of Arthur Stawell and Agnes Johns are:

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263

i.

June Ellen31 Stawell, born private.

 

264

ii.

Hazel Jenny Stawell, born private She married Clarence Larsen private

 

Generation No. 12

      254.  George Victor31 Heard (Stawell Llewellyn30, Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born 06 April 1928 in Dublin Ireland.  He married Rachel Sly

Children of George Heard and Rachel Sly are:

 

274

i.

Belinda Jane32 Heard, born private.

 

275

ii.

Joanne Claire Heard, born private.

 

276

iii.

Louise Heard.

 

      255.  Stawell St. Leger31 Heard (Eustace Alexander Hutchinson30, Eustace Stawell Llewellyn29, Stawell Llewellyn28, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe27 Stawell, Eustace26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born provate  He married Sandra Fern Mesling private.. 

Children of Stawell Heard and Sandra Mesling are:

 

277

i.

Stawell Charles Alexander32 Heard, born provate.

 

278

ii.

Sarah Jane Heard, born private.

 

279

iii.

Tamsin Venessa Heard, born private.

 

      263.  June Ellen31 Stawell (Arthur Francis30, Henry William29, Wenman Blankley28, William27, William26, William25, Eustace24, Jonas23, Jonas22, Anthony21, William20, Eustachius19, Edmund18, Thomas17, David16, Robert15, Walter14, Thomas13, Mathew12 de Stawell, Geoffery11, Geoffrey10, Mathew9, Geoffrey8, Henry7, Geoffery6, Adam5, Geoffery4 de Coveston, Adam3, Geoffery2, Adam1) was born private. She married Dr. Loy E. Cramer private.

Children of June Stawell and Loy Cramer are:

 

280

i.

Jon Michael32 Cramer, born private.

 

281

ii.

Jill Annette Cramer, born private.

 

282

iii.

Pamela Rush Cramer, born private.

 

283

iv.

Jeffrey Harrison, born private.

 

 

Stawell Family Endnotes

 

1.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p155.

2.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

3.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p155.

4.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

5.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p157.

6.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

7.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p157.

8.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p155.

9.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p158.

10.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p162.

11.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p161.

12.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p162.

13.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p161.

14.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p162.

15.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p161.

16.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p163.

17.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

18.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p188.

19.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

20.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p157.

21.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

22.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p164.

23.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p165.

24.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p168.

25.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p175.

26.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p1174.

27.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p174.

28.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p175.

29.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p174.

30.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p161.

31.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p162.

32.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p156.

33.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p190.

34.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p191.

35.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p192.

36.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p165.

37.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p168.

38.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p170.

39.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p173.

40.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p162.

41.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p180.

42.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p181.

43.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p190.

44.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p198.

45.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p201.

46.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p200.

47.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p190.

48.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p234.

49.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p165.

50.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p166.

51.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p167.

52.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), 181.

53.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), 208.

54.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p181.

55.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p234.

56.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p183.

57.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p181.

58.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p182.

59.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p181.

60.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p183.

61.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p182.

62.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p183.

63.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p182.

64.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p183.

65.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p202.

66.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p206.

67.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p207.

68.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p210.

69.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p211.

70.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p207.

71.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), p208.

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