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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Catherine Elizabeth "Kate"; née Middleton; born 9 January 1982) is the wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The Duke of Cambridge is second in line to the thrones of the sixteen Commonwealth realms and, should he eventually become king (as is expected), she would automatically become his queen consort.Catherine grew up in Chapel Row at Bucklebury, a village near Newbury, Berkshire, England. She studied in Scotland at the University of St Andrews, where she met the then Prince William of Wales in 2001.
 
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They started a romantic relationship and, once it became public, she received widespread media attention and there was much speculation that she and Prince William would eventually marry. During a break-up lasting for several months in 2007, they continued to be friends and then rekindled their relationship later that year. Their engagement was announced on 16 November 2010, and Kate Middleton attended many high-profile royal events before they married on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey. 
 
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Biography of Catherine - Duchess of Cambridge 
 
Early life and family
 
Catherine Middleton was born at Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading on 9 January 1982 and christened at St Andrew's Bradfield, Berkshire on 20 June 1982. :32 She is the eldest of three children born to Carole Middleton (née Goldsmith), a former flight attendant and now part-owner of Party Pieces, a private company with an estimated worth of £30 million,and Michael Middleton, who also worked as a flight attendant prior to becoming a flight dispatcher for British Airways, currently also an owner of Party Pieces. Her parents married on 21 June 1980, at the Parish Church of Dorney, Buckinghamshire, and in 1987, founded Party Pieces, a mail order company that sells party supplies and decorations. Kate Middleton has a younger sister, Pippa and a younger brother, James Middleton. The family has complained about press harassment of Pippa and their mother since Kate's engagement.
 
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Kate Middleton's paternal ancestors were from Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire. Her paternal great-grandmother Olivia was a member of the Lupton family, who were active for generations in Leeds in commercial and municipal work. Her ancestors include the Revd Thomas Davis, a Church of England hymn-writer. Carole Middleton's maternal family, the Harrisons, were working class labourers and miners from Sunderland and County Durham.
 
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Kate Middleton's parents worked for British Airways in Amman, Jordan from May 1984 to September 1986. In Jordan, Middleton went to an English language nursery school before returning to their home in Berkshire. After her return from Amman, Kate was enrolled at St Andrew's School near the village of Pangbourne in Berkshire, then briefly at Downe House. She attended Marlborough College, a co-educational independent boarding school in Wiltshire, and graduated from the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland with an undergraduate MA (2:1 Hons) in the History of Art. While a student at St. Andrews, she met Prince William.
 
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Kate's Career
 
In November 2006, Kate Middleton accepted a position as an accessory buyer with the clothing chain Jigsaw. She also worked part-time until January 2011 as a catalogue photographer, webpage designer and marketing officer for her parents' firm "Party Pieces". In 2008, it was reported that she had quit her job at Jigsaw to become a professional photographer, intending to take private classes with photographer Mario Testino, who had taken several well-known photographs of Diana, Princess of Wales and her sons. Testino later denied that Kate was going to be working for him. 
 
Catherine is admired for her fashion sense and has been placed on numerous "best dressed" lists. She was selected by The Daily Telegraph as the "Most Promising Newcomer" in its 2006 list of style winners and losers. Tatler placed her at number 8 on its yearly listing of the top ten style icons in 2007. She was featured in People magazine's 2007 and 2010 best-dressed lists. Kate was named as one of Richard Blackwell's ten "Fabulous Fashion Independents" of 2007. In June 2008, Style.com selected Middleton as its monthly beauty icon. In July 2008, Middleton was included in Vanity Fair's international best-dressed list. In February 2011, she was named the Top Fashion Buzzword of the 2011 season by the Global Language Monitor.
 
The Duchess is known for mixing couture pieces, often by British designers, with 'High Street' retail fashion. Designers worn by the Duchess include Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, Issa, Jenny Packham, Beulah London, Alice Temperley, Erdem and Catherine Walker; high street labels worn by the Duchess include Reiss, Zara and L.K.Bennett. In January 2012, she was voted 'Headwear Person of the Year'.
 
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Relationship with Prince William
 
Kate's status as the undeclared girlfriend of Prince William brought her widespread media coverage in Britain and abroad and she was often photographed on her daily outings. On 17 October 2005, she complained through her lawyer about harassment from the media, stating that she had done nothing significant to warrant such publicity. In February 2006, it was announced that Kate Middleton would receive her own 24-hour security detail supplied by the Royalty Protection branch (SO14). This fuelled further speculation that she and Prince William would soon be engaged, since she would not otherwise be entitled to this service. 
 
No engagement was forthcoming and Kate was not granted an allowance to fund this security. Media attention increased around the time of her 25th birthday in January 2007, prompting warnings from both The Prince of Wales and Prince William and from Kate Middleton's lawyers, who threatened legal action. Two newspaper groups, News International, which publishes The Times and The Sun, and the Guardian Media Group, publishers of The Guardian, decided to refrain from publishing paparazzi photographs of her. Kate attended at least one event as an official royal guest, Prince William's Passing Out Parade at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst on 15 December 2006. In December 2007, it was reported that she had moved in with Prince William at Clarence House, the residence of the Prince of Wales in London. Clarence House later denied this.
 
On 17 May 2008, Kate attended the wedding of Prince William's cousin Peter Phillips to Autumn Kelly, which the prince did not attend. On 19 July 2008, she was a guest at the wedding of Lady Rose Windsor and George Gilman. Prince William was away on military operations in the Caribbean, serving aboard the HMS Iron Duke. In 2010, Kate pursued an invasion of privacy claim against two agencies and photographer Niraj Tanna, who took pictures of her over Christmas 2009. She obtained a public apology, £5,000 in damages, and legal costs.
 
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Breakup and reconciliation
 
On 14 April 2007, The Sun newspaper broke a "world exclusive" suggesting that Prince William and Kate Middleton had split up. Other media outlets, such as the BBC, confirmed the story as the day progressed. The couple decided to break up during a holiday in the Swiss resort of Zermatt. Clarence House made only one comment about the relationship's end, according to The Times, stating, "We don't comment on Prince William's private life". Newspapers speculated about the reasons for the split, although these reports relied on anonymous sources.
 
The original report in The Sun quoted a "close friend of the couple" as saying that Middleton felt Prince William had not been paying her enough attention. The paper highlighted reports that Prince William had been spending time with other young women and said the Prince, aged 24 at the time of the split, felt he was too young to marry. A report in the Daily Mail blamed a desire by royal courtiers not to "hurry along" a marriage announcement, and Prince William's desire to enjoy his bachelor status within his Army career. The Mail also suggested that a friend of Prince William encouraged the Prince to take a "careless approach" to relationships. The same article suggested that Middleton had "expected too much" in wanting Prince William to demonstrate his commitment to her.
 
In June 2007, Kate Middleton and Prince William insisted they were "just good friends" following reports of a reconciliation. Middleton and her family attended the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium, where she and Prince William sat two rows apart. The couple were subsequently seen together in public on a number of occasions and several news sources, including the BBC and the Daily Mail, stated that they had "rekindled their relationship". She also joined Prince William and The Prince of Wales on a deerstalking expedition at Balmoral and attended the wedding of Prince William's cousin, Peter Phillips, even though Prince William, due to a prior commitment, did not. In April 2008, Kate accompanied Prince William when he was awarded his RAF wings at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell. On 16 June 2008, she attended Prince William's investiture into the Order of the Garter, along with the Royal Family. 
 
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Engagement and Royal Wedding   
 
Prince William and Catherine Middleton became engaged in October 2010 in Kenya, East Africa, during a 10-day trip to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to celebrate Prince William passing his RAF helicopter search and rescue course. Clarence House announced the engagement on 16 November 2010.  
 
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The wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Middleton took place on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey in London. Prince William, the eldest son of Charles, Prince of Wales, first met Catherine "Kate" Middleton in 2001, when both were studying at the University of St Andrews. Their engagement on 20 October 2010 was announced on 16 November 2010. The build-up to the wedding and the occasion itself attracted much media attention, with the service being broadcast live around the world, and being compared and contrasted in many ways with the 1981 marriage of William's parents, Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Much of the attention focused on Kate Middleton's status as a commoner (i.e. not a part of the aristocracy) marrying into royalty.
 
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As Prince William was not the heir apparent to the throne, the wedding was not a full state occasion and many details were left to the couple to decide, such as much of the guest list of about 1,900. It was a public holiday in the United Kingdom and featured many ceremonial aspects, including use of the state carriages and roles for the Foot Guards and Household Cavalry. Hours before the service, the Queen conferred upon William the titles Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus. Upon her marriage, Middleton therefore became Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge. The ceremony was attended by most of the Royal Family, as well as many foreign royals, diplomats, and the couple's chosen personal guests.
 
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Middleton wore a white dress by British designer Sarah Burton, as well as a tiara lent to her by the Queen. Prince William wore the uniform of his honorary rank of Colonel of the Irish Guards. William's best man was his brother, Prince Harry, while the bride's sister, Pippa, acted as her maid of honour. The wedding ceremony began at 11:00 am. John Robert Hall, the Dean of Westminster, conducted the service, with Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, conducting the marriage ceremony itself and Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London, giving the sermon. A reading was given by the bride's brother, James. After the ceremony, the newly married couple travelled in procession to Buckingham Palace for the traditional appearance on the balcony and a flypast before crowds assembled in The Mall. Later the Prince drove his Duchess the short distance to Clarence House in his father's classic Aston Martin DB6 Volante, decorated by Prince Harry with a number plate "JU5T WED". Following the wedding, the couple intend to continue living on Anglesey in North Wales, where Prince William is based as an RAF Search and Rescue pilot. 
 
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Over 5000 street parties were held to mark the Royal wedding throughout the United Kingdom and one million people lined the route between Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. In the United Kingdom TV audiences peaked at 26.3 million viewers with a total of 36.7 million watching part of the coverage. The ceremony was viewed live by tens of millions more around the world including 72 million on the YouTube Royal Channel. 
 
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Pregnancy and Motherhood

On 3 December 2012, St James's Palace announced that the Duchess was pregnant with her first child. The announcement was made earlier in the pregnancy than is traditional as she had been admitted to King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum and stayed there for three days. On 14 January 2013, St James's Palace announced that the child was due to be born in July 2013, and that the condition of the Duchess was improving.

The Duchess was admitted to St Mary's Hospital in London in the early stages of labour on the morning of 22 July 2013, and gave birth to a boy, weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces (3.80 kg), at 16:24 BST that day. On 24 July, 2013 Kensington Palace revealed that the baby would be named George Alexander Louis.

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Issue

His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge

 
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Royal duties - Public appearances
 
  Kate was formally introduced to public life on 24 February 2011, two months before the wedding, when she and Prince William attended a lifeboat naming ceremony in Trearddur, Anglesey, in North Wales. A day later they appeared in St Andrews and launched the university's 600th anniversary celebrations. On 16 February 2011, Clarence House announced that the Duke and Duchess's first royal tour of Canada would take place in July 2011.
 
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In May 2011, shortly after the wedding, and while The Prince of Wales was in official visit to the United States, Clarence House announced that the Duke and Duchess would visit California after their Canadian tour. It was the Duchess of Cambridge's first visit to the United States. In June 2011, the Duke and Duchess handed out medals to the members of the Irish Guards. The Duchess visited the Canadian Museum of Civilization to attend a citizenship ceremony, on 1 July 2011 in Gatineau, Canada. The newly married Royal Couple were on the second day of their first joint overseas tour. They were joined by thousands of Canadians taking part in the Canada Day celebrations, which mark Canada's 144th Birthday. On 2 November, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the UNICEF Supply Division Centre for supplying food to malnourished African children in Copenhagen, Denmark. On St Patrick's day, 17 March 2012, the Duchess carried out the traditional awarding of shamrocks to the Irish Guards at their base in Aldershot; this was her first solo military engagement. The couple is due to visit Malaysia, Singapore, Tuvalu and the Solomon Islands as a part of the Royal Jubilee celebrations in 2012. 

Patronages

In March 2011, William and Catherine have set up a gift fund held by The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry to allow well-wishers who want to give them a wedding gift to donate money to charities they care about instead. The gift fund supported 26 charities of the couple's choice, incorporating the armed forces, children, the elderly, art, sport and conservation. These causes are close to their hearts and reflect the experiences, passions and values of their lives so far. In January 2012, the Duchess announced the first charities of which she will be a patron, these are:

The Art Room
The National Portrait Gallery, London
The East Anglia's Children's Hospice (EACH)
Action on Addiction
In addition, she will be a local volunteer leader with the Scout Association in Anglesey, north Wales, her marital home.

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Titles - Styles - Honours and Arms

  • Catherine's full title and style is Her Royal Highness Princess William Arthur Philip Louis, Duchess of Cambridge, Countess of Strathearn, Baroness Carrickfergus. 9 January 1982 - 29 April 2011: Miss Catherine Elizabeth Middleton
  • 29 April 2011 - present: Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge

Unlike the majority of royal brides, and in contrast to most previous consorts-in-waiting for over 350 years, Catherine does not come from a royal or aristocratic background. On the morning of their wedding day on 29 April 2011, at 8:00 am, officials at Buckingham Palaceannounced that in accordance with royal tradition and on recognition of the day by the Queen, Prince William was created Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus.

Catherine Middleton has constantly been compared to Lady Diana Spencer, William's mother, because of how she dresses.

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Honours

Honorary military appointments

Canada Canada
  • Canada 5 July 2011 - present: Canadian Ranger

Honorific eponyms

Awards
  •  Ontario: Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Award, University of Waterloo, Waterloo

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Arms of Catherine - Duchess of Cambridge
 
Notes The Duchess bears the arms of her husband, Prince William, Duke of   Cambridge, impaled with her own arms. Catherine's coat of arms is based on those of her father Michael Middleton, which was granted to him by the College of Arms on 19 April 2011. Thomas Woodcock,Garter King of Arms, the senior officer of the College of Arms, helped the family with the design.Coat of Arms of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.svg
 
Adopted     19 April 2011
 
Coronet      Coronet of a child of the Heir Apparent
 
Escutcheon Quarterly 1st and 4th Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langed Azure (England), 2nd Or a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure within a double tressure flory counterflory of the second (Scotland), 3rd Azure a harp Or stringed Argent (Ireland), the whole differenced with a label of three points Argent with the central point charged with an escallop Gules (Prince William); Impaled with a shield per pale Azure and Gules, a chevron Or, cotised Argent, between three acorns slipped and leaved Or (Middleton).
 
Symbolism Coat of Arms of Kate Middleton.svgThe dividing line (between two colours) down the centre is a canting of the name 'Middle-ton'. The acorns (from the oak tree) are atraditional symbol of England and a feature of west Berkshire, where the family have lived for 30 years. The three acorns also denote the family's three children. The gold chevron in the centre of the arms is an allusion to Carole Middleton's maiden name of Goldsmith. The two white chevronels (narrow chevrons above and below the gold chevron) symbolise peaks and mountains, and the family's love of the Lake Districtand skiing.
 
Previous versionsHer previous coat of arms depicted a lozenge shaped shield of arms which hangs from a blue ribbon, this symbolised her unmarried state. This version of the arms is now used only by her sister Pippa as it denotes an unmarried daughter of their father Michael Middleton.
 

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Ancestry of Catherine - Duchess of Cambridge

In a study of the ancestry of Catherine, William Addams Reitwiesner uncovered that she shares ancestors with her husband Prince William; the closest relationship is via Prince William's mother and Catherine's father through a common descent from Sir Thomas Fairfax and his wife Agnes (or Anne) Gascoigne, daughter of Sir William Gascoigne and his wife, née Lady Margaret Percy. This makes the couple fifteenth cousins. Sir Thomas Fairfax and Agnes Gascoigne are through Catherine's great-grandmother Olive Lupton, daughter of a Leeds cloth merchant Francis Lupton and his wife Harriet (née Davis) - Fairfax being an ancestor of Lupton. In turn Lady Margaret Percy is descended from Edward III.

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Middleton's maternal great-great-grandfather John Goldsmith was married to Esther Jones at St John's Hoxton in 1850. On a February 9, 2011 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen told her studio audience via a letter from the New England Genealogical Society that she is Kate Middleton's 15th cousin via their shared common ancestor Thomas Fairfax. 

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Genealogy of Catherine Middleton
1Catherine Elizabeth ("Kate") Middleton, b. Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, 9 Jan. 1982 [entry no. 190] 
m. Westminster Abbey, London, 29 April 2011, HRH Prince William Arthur Philip Louis, Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Srathearn, Baron of Carrickfergus, Royal Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, b. Paddington, London, 21 June 1982, son of HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and of Lady Diana Spencer
PARENTS
2Michael Francis Middleton, b. Chapel Allerton Nursing Home, Leeds, Yorkshire, 23 June 1949 [entry no. 382], in 1980 and 1982 an air line officer, in 2006 director of Party Pieces, a mail-order children's party toys business [Lupton Pedigree] 
m. Parish Church, Dorney, Buckinghamshire, 21 June 1980 [entry no. 473]
3Carole Elizabeth Goldsmith, b. Perivale Maternity Hospital, Perivale, Middlesex, 31 Jan. 1955 [entry no. 82], in 1980 a stewardess
GRANDPARENTS
4Peter Francis Middleton, b. ... 1920, in 1949 a Pilot Instructor [Lupton Pedigree] 
m. Parish Church, Adel, Leeds, Yorkshire, 7 Dec. 1946 [entry no. 134]
5Valerie Glassborow, b. 3 rue Giay Bompard, Marseille, 5 Jan. 1924 [birth registered with the British Consul General at Marseille, entry no. 203], d. Andover, Hampshire, 13 Sept. 2006
6Ronald John James Goldsmith, b. 57 Clarence Street, Norwood U.D., Hayes, Middlesex, 25 April 1931 [entry no. 133], in 1953 an engineer, in 1955 a lorry driver (road haulage), in 1980 a builder, d. Brook Cottage, 14 High Street, Pangbourne, Berkshire, 10 Sept. 2003 [entry no. 85] 
m. Holy Trinity, Southall, Middlesex, 8 Aug. 1953 [entry no. 428]
7Dorothy Harrison, b. 4 Mowbray Terrace, Sunderland East, Sunderland, co. Durham, 26 June 1935 [entry no. 258], in 1953 a shop assistant, d. Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, 21 July 2006 [entry no. 72] [The Sun, Sat 5 Aug 2006, p. 22]
GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
8Richard Noel Middleton, b. Otley Road, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire, 25 Dec. 1878 [entry no. 433], in 1901 an articled clerk, in 1914 and 1946 a solicitor, d. Fieldhead, Park Avenue, Roundhay, Leeds, Yorkshire, 2 July 1951 [Will probated London 23 Oct. 1951] 
m. Mill Hill Chapel, Leeds, Yorkshire, 6 Jan. 1914 [entry no. 148]
9Olive Christiana Lupton, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 1 April 1881 [IGI], d. 22 Clarendon Road, Leeds, Yorkshire, 27 Sept. 1936 [Will probated London 3 Feb. 1937] [Hobbs 165; Lupton Pedigree, 94-97]
10Frederick George Glassborow, b. 7 Grange Park Road, Leyton, Essex, 17 Dec. 1889 [entry no. 66], in 1920 a bank manager, in 1924 a bank sub-manager at Marseille, in 1946 a bank manager, d. 12 Cordova Court, Earls Avenue, Folkestone, 10 June 1954 [Will probated London 16 September 1954] 
m. Trinity Church, St Marylebone, London, 24 June 1920 [entry no. 211]
11Constance Robison, b. 8 Addison Road, Walthamstow, Essex, 27 June 1888 [entry no. 18], d. Olde House, Church Road, Penn, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, 19 July 1977 [Will probated Oxford 21 October 1977]
12Stephen Charles Goldsmith, b. Priory Road, Acton Green, Middlesex, 6 Nov. 1886 [entry no. 166], in 1901 a general labourer, in 1909 a carman, in 1931 a house builders labourer, d. ... 5 Jan. 1938 
m. Register Office, Uxbridge, Middlesex, 27 March 1909 [entry no. 38]
13Edith Eliza Chandler, b. New Denham, Buckinghamshire, 21 Jan. 1889 [entry no. 220], d. ...
14Thomas Harrison, b. 22 Nicholas Street, Downs, Hetton Le Hole, co. Durham, 23 June 1904 [entry no. 469], in 1934 a carpenter, in 1935 a house joiner, in 1953 a carpenter, d. ... 
m. Parish Church, Ludhoe, co. Durham, 12 May 1934 [entry no. 42]
15Elizabeth Mary Temple, b. 40 Salvin Street, Mount Pleasant, Tudhoe, Spennymore UD, 20 May 1903 [entry no. 167], d. ...
GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
16John William Middleton, b. Saint George's Terrace, Leeds, Yorkshire, 14 Feb. 1839 [entry no. 26], in 1861 an attorney at law, in 1863 a solicitor, in 1871 an attorney and solicitor, in 1879 and 1881 a solicitor, d. Fairfield, Far Headingley, Leeds, Yorkshire, 16 July 1887 [entry no. 456; Will probated Wakefield 16 July 1887; The Times 1887 July 19, 1a; Frederick Boase, Modern English Biography II (1897): 867] 
m. Parish church, Leeds, Yorkshire, 27 Aug. 1863 [entry no. 304]
17Mary Asquith, b. George and Dragon Yard, Briggate, Leeds, Yorkshire, 15 Dec. 1839 [entry no. 65], d. ...
18Francis Martineau Lupton, b. Potternewton, Yorkshire, 21 July 1848 [entry no. 56], in 1880 a merchant, in 1881 a cloth merchant, in 1914 a woollen manufacturer, d. Low Gables, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, Yorkshire, 5 Feb. 1921, bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 9 Feb. 1921 [Will probated Wakefield 10 July 1921] [Lupton 92-97] 
m. Roundhay, Yorkshire, 6 April 1880 [entry no. 136]
19Harriet Albina Davis, b. Roundhay, Yorkshire, 16 July 1850 [entry no. 354], d. Rocksend, Newton Park, Potter Newton, Yorkshire, 19 Jan. 1892 [entry no. 235], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 22 Jan. 1892 [Hobbs 165]
20Frederick John Glassborow, b. 3 Nelson Terrace, Haggerstone, Middlesex, 22 Feb. 1859 [entry no. 459], in 1881 a commercial clerk, in 1886 a writing clerk, in 1889 a ship owner's clerk, in 1891 a commercial clerk, in 1901 a ship owners clerk, in 1920 a shipping manager, d. Homeleigh, Lismore Road, Beltinge, Kent, 21 Dec. 1932 [Will probated London 13 Jan. 1933] 
m. [by banns] Parish Church of Leyton, Essex, 1 June 1886 [entry no. 306]
21Emily Jane Elliott, b. 4 Edward Street, Mile End Old Town Eastern, Middlesex, 2 May 1859 [entry no. 306], d. ... [living 1901]
22Gavin Fullarton Robison, b. 25 Nelson St., Mile End Old Town Upper Part, Middlesex, 2 Dec. 1844 [entry no. 141], in 1871 a bankers clerk, in 1875 a clerk, in 1881 a bank clerk, in 1888 a mercantile clerk, in 1891 and 1901 a bankers clerk, in 1920 retired (bank), d. 21 Old Dover Road, Canterbury, 4 March 1925 [Will probated London 24 April 1925] 
m. St Matthew's Church, Parish of Sutton St Matthew, Lincolnshire, 2 Dec. 1875 [entry no. 343]
23Sarah Ann Gee, b. Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, 4 Aug. 1852 [entry no. 391], d. ... [living 1901]
24John Goldsmith, b. 3 Popham Street, Islington, 6 July 1851 [entry no. 15], in 1871 a labourer, in 1881 a general labourer, in 1882 a labourer, in 1886 a general labourer, in 1891 a navvy, in 1901 a bricklayer's labourer, in 1909 a labourer, d. ... 
m. St. Mary's Church, Paddington, Middlesex, 18 Sept. 1882 [entry no. 131]
25Jane Dorsett, b. 8 Paradise Row, Hammersmith, Middlesex, 9 May 1861 [entry no. 308], d. ... [living 1901]
26Theophilus Benjamin Chandler, b. Malvern, Worcestershire, 26 May 1848 [IGI], in 1868 1871 1881 1889 1891 1901 and 1909 a plasterer, d. 8 Spencer Street, Norwood, 4 March 1935 [entry no. 206] 
m. Parish Church, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, 22 Nov. 1868 [entry no. 218]
27Amelia White, b. Iver, Buckinghamshire, 13 Feb. 1846 [entry no. 36], d. 8 Spencer Street, Norwood, 22 Nov. 1927 [entry no. 415]
28John Harrison, b. Barrington Terrace, Hetton Le Hole, co. Durham, 25 July 1874 [entry no. 90], in 1891 1897 1901 and 1904 a coal miner, in 1934 a miner, d. ... 
m. Register Office, Houghton le Spring, co. Durham, 23 Feb. 1897 [entry no. 112]
29Jane Hill, b. Lyons, Hetton Le Hole, co. Durham, 28 May 1875 [entry no. 125], in 1897 a domestic servant, d. ...
30Thomas Temple, b. Guisborough, Yorkshire, 23 May 1871 [entry no. 133 (where he is named "Tom")], in 1891 an ironstone miner, in 1894 a steelworker, in 1901 and 1903 a farm hind, in 1934 a gardener, d. ... 
m. Parish Church, Tudhoe, co. Durham, 8 Sept. 1894 [entry no. 81]
31Elizabeth Myers, b. Hulam Sheraton, Easington, co. Durham, 29 Jan. 1868 [entry no. 334], d. ...
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
32William Middleton, solicitor, b. Wakefield, Yorkshire, 22 Sept. 1807, bapt. All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire, 9 Dec. 1807 [IGI], in 1838 and 1839 a solicitor, in 1841 a solicitor and attorney at law, in 1851 an attorney and solicitor, in 1861 an attorney at law, in 1863, 1871 and 1881 a solicitor, d.Hawkhills, Chapel Allerton, Yorkshire, 21 Dec. 1884 [entry no. 405] 
m. Parish church, Leeds, Yorkshire, 7 Feb. 1838 [entry no. 188, license to marry in Leeds parish church issued 13 Jan 1838 (Archbishop of York's Marriage Bonds and Allegations)]
33Mary Ward, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1811], d. ... [by 1861?]
34Joseph Asquith, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1816], in 1838 a clothdrawer, in 1839 a cloth dresser, in 1851 a cloth drawer, in 1851 a cloth dresser, in 1863 a cloth finisher, in 1871 a master cloth finisher and dyer, d. 215 St. John's Terrace, Leeds, Yorkshire, 9 Sept. 1874 [entry no. 56] 
m. Queen Street Chapel, Leeds, Yorkshire, 25 Oct. 1838 [entry no. 68]
35Ellen Ward, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1816], d. 6 St. John's Terrace, Leeds, Yorkshire, 16 Sept. 1888 [entry no. 296]
36Francis Lupton, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 7 Sept. 1813, christened Call Lane Arian Congregation, Leeds, Yorkshire, 25 Nov. 1813 [IGI], in 1847 and 1848 a merchant, in 1851 1861 and 1871 a cloth merchant, in 1880 a merchant, in 1881 a cloth merchant, d. Beechwood, Roundhay, Barwick-in-Elmet, Yorkshire, 20 May 1884 [entry no. 302], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 23 May 1884, ae. 70 [Will proved Wakefield 20 June 1884] [Lupton 44, 64-66] 
m. Hanover Square Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1 July 1847 [entry no. 29]
37Frances Elizabeth Greenhow, educationist, b. Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, ... 1821, d. Beechwood, Roundhay, Barwick-in-Elmet, Yorkshire, 9 March 1892 [entry no. 266], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 12 March 1892, ae. 70 [Admin Wakefield 20 April 1892] [ODNBLupton 84-88]
38Thomas Davis, Vicar of Roundhay, b. Worcester 15 Feb. 1804 [IGI], d. at the Friends' Retreat, Heslington-road, near York, Yorkshire, 11 Nov. 1887 [entry no. 442], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 16 Nov. 1887, ae. 83 [Will proved Wakefield 9 Feb. 1888] [Alumni Oxoniensis, Later Series I:351; Hobbs 157] 
m. ... 10 Dec. 1839 [IGI]
39Christiana Maria Hobbes, b. ... 25 Dec. 1810, bapt. Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, 15 Jan. 1813 [IGI], d. St. George's School, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 30 April 1899 [entry no. 387], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 3 May 1899 ae. 88 [Will probated Wakefield 1899] [Hobbs15]
40Edward Thomas Glassborough, b. Shoreditch, Middlesex, 19 June 1826, bapt. St. Mary, Newington, Surrey, 20 Aug. 1826 [IGI], in 1841 1847 1851 1859 1861 and 1871 a messenger, in 1881 a prisoner in Holloway Prison, Islington described as an "Insurance Co's Messenger", in 1891 "living on own means", d. 17 Vicarage Road, Leyton, Essex, 11 Aug. 1898 [entry no. 207] 
m. Parish Church [St. Mark's], Kennington, Surrey, 13 Nov. 1847 [entry no. 282]
41Charlotte Elizabeth Ablett, b. Lambeth, Surrey, ... , bapt. St. Mary's, Lambeth, Surrey, 20 Nov. 1825 [IGI], d. 70 Vicarage Road, Leyton, Essex, 21 July 1900 [entry no. 416]
42John Elliott, b. Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, 22 June 1818, in 1841 a messenger, in 1843 a silversmith, in 1859 1871 and 1881 a messenger, d. ... [by 1886] 
m. [by banns] Church of St. Mary Lambeth, Surrey, 21 May 1843 [entry no. 371]
43Elizabeth Powell, b. Kennington, Surrey, ... [ca. 1816], d. 21 Approach Road, Bethnal Green, 27 Aug. 1871 [entry no. 231]
44James Cockburn Robison, b. ... , in 1845 a clerk to the East and West India Dock Company, d. ... [?St Geo Southwark Jan-Mar 1849?] 
m. Irvine, Ayrshire, 26 Nov. 1831
45Mary Newbigging, b. Irvine, Ayrshire, ... [ca. 1806], d. 20 Cedars Ave., Walthamstow, 30 Aug. 1895 [entry no. 208]
46Edward William Gee, b. Bishopsgate St., London, ... [ca. 1818], in 1846 a draper, in 1851 1852 1861 and 1871 a grocer and draper, in 1875 a grocer, in 1881 a draper, d. Upgate, Louth, Lincolnshire, 17 Sept. 1883 [entry no. 37] 
m. Parish church [St. Matthew], Bethnal Green, Middlesex, 16 Dec. 1846 [entry no. 55]
47Elizabeth Marshall, b. Coventry, Warwickshire, ... [ca. 1815], d. Bourne, Lincolnshire, ... [Jul-Sep] 1857
48John Goldsmith, b. Maidstone, Kent, ... [ca. 1827], in 1841 1850 and 1851 a labourer, in 1861 a brick maker, in 1871 a labourer, in 1881 a general labourer, in 1882 a labourer, d. 2 Triangle Place, Islington, 9 June 1888 [entry no. 114] 
m. [by banns] District Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Hoxton, Middlesex, 23 Sept. 1850 [entry no. 85]
49Esther Jones, b. Ware, Hertfordshire, ... [ca. 1832], in 1851 a laundress, d. 2 Triangle Place, Islington, 19 Dec. 1885 [entry no. 92]
50James Dorsett, b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, ... [ca. 1820], in 1845 a labourer, in 1851 a bricklayers labourer, in 1861 1871 1881 and 1882 a labourer, in 1891 a laborer [sic] and road sweeper, d. 14 Paradise Place, Hammersmith, 13 Feb. 1893 [entry no. 423] 
m. Acton Parish Church, Middlesex, 22 June 1845 [entry no. 136]
51Charlotte Mercy Powell, b. Hammersmith, Middlesex, ... [ca. 1824], d. 14 Paradise Row, Hammersmith, 21 May 1899 [entry no. 138]
52Miles Tugwell Chandler, b. Randwick, Gloucestershire, 31 Dec. 1809 [IGI], in 1841 and 1844 a butcher, in 1851 a labourer, in 1861 a mason's labourer, in 1868 a butcher, in 1871 a general labourer, in 1881 a general labourer, d. Alms Houses, Newland, in the subdistrict of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, 14 Dec. 1881 [entry no. 367] 
m. Parish church, Hempsted [now Hempstead], Gloucester, 19 Feb. 1844 [entry no. 179]
53Eliza Jenkins, b. Upton Upon Severn, Worcestershire, ... [ca. 1818], d. Beauchamp Alms Houses, Newland, in the subdistrict of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, 18 Oct. 1896 [entry no. 301]
54Uriah White, b. Bath, Somersetshire, ... [ca. 1806], in 1841 and 1846 a baker, in 1851 a journeyman baker, in 1861 a baker, d. Park Street, Slough, Buckinghamshire, 1 Dec. 1867 [entry no. 349] 
m.
55Jane Bowler, b. Iver, Buckinghamshire, ... [ca. 1807], in 1871 a charwoman, d. Iver, Buckinghamshire, 26 Feb. 1886 [entry no. 318]
56John Harrison, b. Byker, Northumberland, ... [ca. 1835], in 1860 a miner, in 1861 1871 1874 and 1881 a coal miner, d. ... [by 1897] 
m. Shadforth Church, Shadforth, co. Durham, 7 April 1860 [entry no. 452]
57Jane Liddle, b. Sherburne, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1839], d. ... [living 1881]
58Thomas Hill, b. 19 George St., Sunderland, co. Durham, 17 April 1844 [entry no. 38], in 1869 and 1871 a shipwright, in 1875 a waggon wright, in 1881 and 1891 a joiner, in 1897 a joiner (colliery), 1n 1901 a joiner (changer and grather), d. ... 
m. St. Matthew's Church, Deptford, co. Durham, 11 Oct. 1869 [entry no. 257]
59Elizabeth Webster, b. Throston St., Hartlepool, co. Durham, 6 Sept. 1848 [entry no. 469], in 1869 a dress maker, d. ... [by 1891]
60Joseph Temple, b. Mickleby, Yorkshire, 25 Dec. 1833 [PRF], in 1861 an ironstone miner, in 1870 a miner, in 1871 an ironstone miner, in 1881 an iron miner, in 1891 an ironstone miner, in 1894 a miner, in 1901 a shop keeper, d. ... 
m. Parish Church, Guisborough, Yorkshire, 11 April 1870 [entry no. 291]
61Harriet Stone, b. Jones' Yard, High Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, 17 Nov. 1851 [entry no. 292], d. ... [living 1901]
62Joseph Myers, b. Holme, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1831], in 1850 a labourer, in 1851 an agricultural labourer, in 1868 a hind, in 1871 1881 and 1891 an agricultural labourer, in 1894 and 1901 a farm labourer, d. ... 
m. Leake, Yorkshire, 21 Dec. 1850 [entry no. 93]
63Ann Swailes, b. Osmotherly, Yorkshire, 19 Dec. 1826 [PRF AFN: 1R96-M38], in 1851 a nurse, d. ... [by 1901]
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
64John Middleton, b. ... , in 1838 a joiner and cabinet maker, d. ... 
m. Wakefield, Yorkshire, 5 Nov. 1806 [IGI]
65Mary ... , b. ... , d. ...
66John Ward, b. ... , in 1838 a hatter, d. ... 
m.
67... , b. ... , d. ...
68John Asquith, b. ... , Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1785], in 1838 and 1841 a clothdresser, d. ... [by 1851] 
m.
69Mary ... , b. Fairburn, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1784], d. ... [living 1851]
70John Ward, b. ... , in 1838 a hatter, d. ... 
m.
71... , b. ... , d. ...
72William Lupton, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 8 June 1777 [IGI], d. ... 19 Aug. 1828 [IGILupton 38, 40-42] 
m. Leeds, Yorkshire, 1 Aug. 1803 [IGI]
73Ann Darnton, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 22 April 1784 [IGI], d. Gledhow Mount, Leeds, Yorkshire, 14 Aug. 1865, bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 19 Aug. 1865, ae. 81 [Will proved Wakefield 9 Sept 1865]
74Thomas Michael Greenhow, surgeon, sanitary reformer, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 5 July 1792 [IGI], d. Newton Hall, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, Yorkshire, 25 Oct. 1881 [entry no. 332], bur. St. John's Church, Roundhay, Yorkshire, 29 Oct. 1881, ae. 89 [Will proved Wakefield 17 Nov. 1881] [Lupton 72-74] 
m. ... 27 June 1820
75Elizabeth Martineau, b. ... 20 Aug. 1794 [IGI], d. Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, 10 Feb. 1850 [entry no. 349] [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1108; Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:621]
76Richard Francis Davis, Rector of Pendock, Worcester, and Rector of All Saints, Worcester, b. St. Helen, Worcester, 23 Oct. 1766, d. Pendock 25 Dec. 1844 [entry no. 81] [Alumni Oxoniensis, Later Series I:350; Hobbs 156] 
m. ... 22 Jan. 1799
77Sarah Stable, b. ... 24 Oct. 1778, bapt. St. Clement Danes, Westminster, 24 Nov. 1778 [IGI] d. ...11 Jan. 1861
78Robert Hobbes, Attorney at Law, b. Wordington, Oxon, 15 July 1773, d. ... 1817 [Hobbs 15] 
m. Holy Trinity, Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, 16 Jan. 1800 [IGI]
79Elizabeth Davenport Ashford, b. ... 26 May 1777, d. ... April 1825
80Thomas Glassborow, b. London ... [ca. 1796], in 1841 1847 and 1851 a messenger, d. 3 Nelson Terrace, sub-district of Haggerstone East, Shoreditch district, 29 Dec. 1860 [entry no. 44] 
m. St. Mary's, Lambeth, Surrey, 18 Feb. 1823 [IGI]
81Amy Harvey, b. Chesham, Surrey, ... [ca. 1788], d. 3 Nelson Terrace, sub-district of Haggerstone East, Shoreditch district, 10 Jan. 1864 [entry no. 158]
82John Joseph Ablett, b. ... [ca. 1797], in 1825 and 1841 a farrier, d. 97 White Hart Street, Kennington, Surrey, 20 Sept. 1847 [entry no. 367], bur. St. Mary's Church, Lambeth, Surrey, 24 Sept. 1847 
m. St. Mary's Church, Lambeth, Surrey, 4 April 1820
83Charlotte Grapes, b. ... 10 Aug. 1799, bapt. St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, 9 March 1800 [IGI], d. 97 White Hart Street, Kennington, Surrey, 6 Jan. 1848 [entry no. 499], bur. St. Mary's Church, Lambeth, Surrey, 13 Jan. 1848
84John Elliott, b. ... , in 1843 a coachman, d. ... 
m.
85Sarah ... , b. ... , d. ...
86Henry Powell, b. ... , in 1843 a jeweller d. ... 
m.
87... , b. ... d. ...
90John Newbigging, bapt. Douglas, co. Lanark, 15 Sept. 1771 [IGI] d. ... 
m. Douglas, co. Lanark, 27 Nov. 1794 [IGI]
91Anne Coventry, b. ... , d. ...
92William Gee, b. Knightsbridge ... [ca. 1778], in 1841 a victualler, in 1846 a gentleman, in 1851 a retired wine merchant, d. Holbeach, Lincolnshire, ... [Oct-Dec] 1851 
m.
93... , b. ... , d. ... [by 1851]
94James Marshall, b. ... , in 1846 a gentleman, d. ... 
m.
95... , b. ... , d. ...
96John Goldsmith, b. ... , Kent, ... [ca. 1783], in 1841 and 1850 a carpenter, d. ... [by 1851] 
m.
97Rebecca ... , b. Maidstone, Kent, ... [ca. 1796], d. Church Street, Tovil, Maidstone, Kent, 29 Dec. 1869 [entry no. 97]
98John Jones, b. ... , in 1850 a labourer, d. ... 
m.
99... , b. ... , d. ...
100Michael James Dorsett, b. ... , bapt. St. Thomas, Winchester, 16 Aug. 1789 [IGI], in 1841 and 1845 a labourer, d. ... [by 1851] 
m.
101Ann ... , b. Marylebone ... [ca. 1802], d. ... [living 1851]
102William Stanford Powell, b. ... , in 1845 a labourer, d. ... 
m.
103... , b. ... , d. ...
104Benjamin Chandler, b. ... , d. ... [by 1844] 
m. Randwick, Gloucestershire, 23 Feb. 1802 [IGI]
105Mary Bird, b. ... , Gloucestershire, ... [ca. 1784] d. ... [living 1851]
106John Jenkins, b. ... , in 1844 a labourer, d. ... 
m.
107... , b. ... , d. ...
112James Harrison, b. Byker, co. Northumberland, ... [ca. 1796], in 1841 a collier, in 1851 a coal miner, in 1860 a miner, in 1861 a coal miner, d.Sherburn Hill, co. Durham, 11 June 1866 [entry no. 203] 
m.
113Jane ... , b. ... , co. Northumberland, ... [ca. 1796], d. ... [between 1841 and 1851]
114Anthony Liddle, b. Chisle, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1817], in 1838 a pitman, in 1841 and 1851 a coalminer, in 1860 a miner, d. ... [by 1861] 
m. Parish Church, Rittington, co. Durham, 18 Aug. 1838 [entry no. 38]
115Martha Stephenson, b. Pensher, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1819], in 1871 a washerwoman, in 1881 a charwoman, in 1891 a school caretaker, d. Sherburn Hill, co. Durham, 10 Oct. 1896 [entry no. 358]
116William Robson Hill, b. Shields, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1814], in 1838 1844 and 1851 a mariner, in 1869 a sailor, in 1871 a mariner, d. 35 Tower Street, South Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham, 17 March 1875 [entry no. 235] 
m. Parish Church, Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, 27 Dec. 1838 [entry no. 390]
117Jane Dixon, b. Sunderland, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1816], d. 20 Milbanke Row, South Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham, 28 Feb. 1880 [entry no. 111]
118Thomas Hay Webster, b. ... , in 1840 and 1848 a mariner, in 1869 a sailor, d. ... [by 1871] 
m. Parish Church, Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham, 3 Sept. 1840 [entry no. 352]
119Elizabeth Golden, b. Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1811], d. ... [living 1881]
120Thomas Temple, b. Skelton, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1797], in 1851 an alum work labourer, in 1861 a miner, in 1870 and 1871 a labourer, d. Guisborough, Yorkshire, 28 Nov. 1880 [entry no. 148] 
m.
121Elizabeth Park, b. Ellerby, North Yorkshire, 23 June 1806 [PRF], d. Guisborough, Yorkshire, 13 April 1880 [entry no. 54]
122David/Samuel Stone, bapt. Sprowston, co. Norfolk, 20 Apr. 1817 [Par Reg], in 1845 a labourer, in 1851 a rail labourer, in 1851 an excavator, in 1861 an irestone labourer, in 1870 a labourer, d. ... [by 1871] 
m. Hetherset, co. Norfolk, 13 April 1845 [entry no. 73]
123Elizabeth Middleton, b. Hethersett, co. Norfolk, 10 Sept. 1820, bapt. there 10 Dec. 1820 [par reg], in 1861 a cook, in 1871 a nurse in a miner's hospital, in 1881 a matron of an accident hospital, d. 1 Wilson Street, Guisborough, Yorkshire, 5 May 1909 [entry no. 392]
124Joseph Myers, b. ... , in 1850 a labourer, d. ... 
m.
125... , b. ... , d. ...
126Robert Swales, b. Appleton Wirke, Yorkshire, ... [ca. 1795], in 1850 a labourer, in 1851 1861 and 1871 an agricultural labourer, d. ... 
m. ... [ca. 1826]
127Sarah Peacock, b. Great Smeaton, Yorkshire, 25 Aug. 1799 [PRF AFN: 1R96-M22], d. ... [living 1871]
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
144Arthur Lupton, b. ... 31 Jan. 1748 [IGI], d. Leeds, Yorkshire, 7 July 1807 [IGI] [Lupton 15, 21-27, 32-33] 
m. Leeds, Yorkshire, 17 Nov. 1773 [IGI]
145Olive Rider, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 6 May 1753 [IGI], d. ... 24 April 1803 [IGI]
146John Darnton, tobacco merchant, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
147... , b. ... , d. ...
148Edward Martin Greenhow, b. Stirling Castle ... 1760, d. ... 1835 [Lupton f 71] 
m. ... 5 Sept. 1786
149Mary Powditch, bapt. Christ Church, Tynemouth, 16 Oct. 1765 [IGI], d. ... 1837
150Thomas Martineau, manufacturer of camelots and bombazine, b. ... 9 April 1764, bapt. Octagon Presbyterian, Norwich, Norfolk, 3 May 1764 [IGI], d. ...21 June 1826 [IGIFamiliae Minorum Gentium 1108; Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:620] 
m. ... 1793
151Elizabeth Rankin, bapt. St. John, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, 6 Nov. 1771 [IGI], d. Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Kings Norton, 26 Aug. 1848 [entry no. 84]
152Thomas Davis, glove manufacturer, Mayor of Worcester, b. ... 1740, d. ... 1820 [Hobbs 155] 
m. Newland, co. Gloucester, 23 May 1765 [IGI]
153Jane Sladen, b. ... 1742, d. ...
154William Stable, b. ... 1747, d. ... 1811 [Hobbs 154] 
m.
155Judith Dawson, b. ... 1756, d. 34 Tything, Worcester, 30 Dec. 1846 [entry no. 155]
156Jonathan Hobbs, b. Gloucester ... 1736, d. ... 27 Sept. 1787, bur. Sherbourne, near Warwick [Hobbs 7] 
m. New Church, Birmingham, 3 Feb. 1761 [IGI]
157Katherine Ward, b. ... 16 June 1739, d. Coventry 24 March 1811, bur. Sherbourne, near Warwick, 28 March 1811
158Thomas Ashford, b. ... 1731, d. Stratford-on-Avon 12 Feb. 1797 [Hobbs 14] 
m. Bardwell, Suffolk, 8 June 1775
159Sarah Davenport, bapt. St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire, 30 March 1741, d. Stratford-on-Avon 24 Jan. 1805
166Joseph Grapes, bapt. St. Giles Cripplegate, London, 16 March 1760 [IGI], d. Bishopsgate 1 July 1837 [entry no. 11] 
m. St. Ann, Soho, London 17 Feb. 1795 [IGI]
167Jane Cellson, b. ... , d. ...
180James Newbigging, b. Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, 19 Feb. 1727, d. ... 
m.
181Janet Muir, b. ... , d. ...
182John Coventry, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
183Barbara Mill, b. ... , d. ...
200James Dorsett, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
201Sarah ... , b. ... , d. ...
228James Liddell, b. ... , in 1838 a pitman, d. ... 
m.
229... , b. ... , d. ...
230John Stephenson, b. ... , in 1838 a pitman, d. ... 
m.
231... , b. ... , d. ...
232William Hill, b. ... , in 1838 a mariner, d. ... 
m.
233... , b. ... , d. ...
234Charles Dixon, b. ... , in 1838 a mariner, d. ... 
m.
235... , b. ... , d. ...
236Thomas Hay Webster, b. ... , in 1840 a [grocer?], d. ... 
m.
237... , b. ... , d. ...
238William Golden, b. ... , in 1840 a mariner, d. ... [by 1861] 
m.
239Jane ... , b. Bishopwearmouth, co. Durham, ... [ca. 1792], d. [as "Jane Bowie"] 10 or 11 West Trimdon Street, Sunderland, co. Durham, 23 Dec. 1865 [entry no. 62]
242Joseph Park, b. ... 1770, d. ... 
m.
243Elizabeth Dale, b. ... 1770, d. ...
244Samuel Stone, b. Rackheath, co. Norfolk, 16 Sept. 1789, bapt. there 20 Sept. 1789 [par reg], in 1841 an agricultural labourer, in 1845 a labourer, d. ...
m. Sprowston, co. Norfolk, 29 Sept. 1813 [par reg]
245Mary Germany, b. ... , d. ... [by 1841]
246Joseph Middleton, b. ... , co. Norfolk, ... [ca. 1781], in 1841 an agricultural labourer, in 1845 a labourer, d. ... 
m. Hethersett, co. Norfolk, 9 Aug. 1802 [IGI]
247Elizabeth Banyard, b. ... , co. Norfolk, ... [ca. 1786], d. ...
254Thomas Peacock, b. ... 1760, d. Hawnby, Yorkshire, 28 March 1822 [PRF AFN: 1R95-FPS] 
m. Hawnby, Yorkshire, 25 Jan. 1786
255Ann Atkinson, b. Bilsdale, Yorkshire, 28 Sept. 1766 [PRF AFN: 1R95-FQ1] d. ...
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
288William Lupton, yeoman, of Seacroft in the parish of Whitkirk or Hickson, b. ... 2 Sept. 1700, bapt. St. Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire, 18 Sept. 1700 [IGI], d. ... 3 March 1771 [IGI] [Lupton 11] 
m.
289Mary Higson, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, 15 June 1715 [IGI], d. ... 28 Dec. 1760
290David Rider, clothworker, b. ... 1716, d. ... 1801 [Lupton Pedigree] 
m. Whitkirk, Yorkshire, 3 Oct. 1751 [IGI]
291Olive Arey, bapt. Call Lane Arian Congregation, Leeds, Yorkshire, 17 Feb. 1728 [IGI], d. ... 1753
296Michael Greenhow, of Kirkby Hill, near Richmond b. ... , d. ... [Lupton f 71] 
m.
297Elizabeth Woodward, b. ... , d. ...
298Thomas Powditch, b. ... , bur. ... 24 May 1774 
m. St. Hilda, South Shields, Durham, 4 May 1750 [IGI]
299Margaret Bell, b. ... , bur. ... 27 Jan. 1790
300David Martineau, surgeon, bapt. Norwich, Norfolk, 21 Nov. 1726 [IGI], d. ... 19 Nov. 1768 [IGIFamiliae Minorum Gentium 1107; Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:618] 
m. St. George Colgate, Norwich, Norfolk, 21 Jan. 1751/2 [IGI]
301Sarah Meadows, bapt. St. George, Colgate, Norwich, Norfolk, 24 Feb. 1725 [IGI], d. Norwich, Norfolk, 26 Nov. 1800 [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1130]
302Robert Rankin, sugar refiner in Newcastle upon Tyne, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
303Ann ... , b. ... , d. ...
308John Stable, b. ... , d. ... [Hobbs 152] 
m. ... 9 July 1745
309Sarah Joyner, b. ... , d. ...
312Thomas Hobbs, architect, b. ... , d. Gloucester 23 June 1810 [IGI] [Hobbs 4] 
m.
313Mary Matthews, b. ... , d. ...
314John Ward, b. ... 1707, d. ... 1765 [Hobbs 6] 
m.
315Ann Billingsley, b. ... 1709, d. ... 1782
318William Davenport, bapt. St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire, 28 Dec. 1713, d. Reading, Berkshire, 14 April 1798 [Hobbs 14] 
m. New Windsor, Berkshire, 22 June 1738
319Elizabeth Marshall, b. ... 1714, d. Reading, Berkshire, 19 May 1799
332Joseph Grapes, b. ... , d. ... 
m. St. Clement Danes, London, 16 April 1759 [IGI]
333Ann Hutton, b. ... , d. ...
360James Newbigging, b. ... [ca. 1697], d. ... 
m.
361Grissel Watson, b. ... , d. ...
488Edward Stone, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
489Elizabeth Wood[s], b. ... , d. ...
510William Atkinson, b. ... [ca. 1727], d. Hawnby, Yorkshire, 16 Feb. 1809 [PRF AFN: 1R94-5FM] 
m. Kirby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, 2 June 1760
511Elizabeth Douglas, b. Hawnby, Yorkshire, 17 Nov. 1734 [PRF AFN: 1R94-5SW], d. Hawnby, Yorkshire, 13 March 1819
7/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
576Francis Lupton, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, ... 1658, d. Leeds, Yorkshire, 28 Aug. 1717 [IGI] [Lupton 2] 
m. Leeds, Yorkshire, 8 Nov. 1688 [IGI]
577Ester Midgeley, b. ... 28 April 1669 [IGI], d. ... 1726 [Lupton 3]
580Jonathon Ryder, b. ... 1684, d. Leeds, Yorkshire, 29 March 1758 [IGI] [Lupton Pedigree] 
m. Leeds, Yorkshire, 7 Jan. 1709 [IGI]
581Mary Berwick, b. ... 1688, d. ... 1758
582William Arey, b. ... 1692, d. ... 1736 [Lupton Pedigree] 
m. ... 1722
583Olive Lister, b. ... 1698, d. ... 1739
592Michael Greenhow, b. ... 1678, d. ... [Lupton f 71] 
m.
593Sarah Heslop, b. Richmond ... 1682, d. ...
596Thomas Powditch, b. ... , d. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 17 Nov. 1727 
m. Lowestoft, Suffolk, 29 March 1725 (he was a naupegus widower)
597Grace Kitteredge/Ketteredge, b. ... , d. Lowestoft, Suffolk, ... 1782
600David Martineau, surgeon, b. ... 10 April 1697, bapt. St. Michael at the Plea, Norwich, Norfolk, 20 April 1697 [IGI], d. ... 29 May 1729 [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1107; Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:617] 
m. ... 1721
601Elizabeth Finch, b. ... 1700, d. ... 1748
602Philip Meadows, Mayor of Norwich in 1734, b. ... 17 July 1679, d. ... 11 Feb. 1752 [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1130] 
m.
603Margaret Hall, b. Norwich, Norfolk, 28 Jan. 1691, d. ... 22 Feb. 1765 [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1134]
616William Stable, b. ... , d. ... [will probated 24 March 1784] [Hobbs 150] 
m.
617... , b. ... , d. ...
618Lorenzo Joyner, b. ... , d. ... 
m. Elstree, Hertford, 31 Jan. 1724 [IGI]
619Jane Montage, b. ... , d. ...
624Charles Hobbs, b. ... , d. ... 1700, bur. Cathedral Churchyard at Gloucester [Hobbs 3] 
m.
625... , b. ... , d. ...
628William Ward, farmer in the parish of Yardley, b. ... , d. ... [Hobbs 6] 
m.
629Sarah Gibbons, b. ... , d. ...
636William Davenport, b. ... , bur. St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire, 24 April 1723 [Hobbs 14] 
m. Swallowfield, Berkshire, 11 June 1707 [IGI]
637Grace Alloway, bapt. Mapledurham, Oxford, 7 March 1681, bur. St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire, 19 Oct. 1757 [remarried 15 May 1726 Peter Broach of Sonning]
720James Newbigging, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
721Janet Allan, b. ... , d. ...
722Thomas Watson, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
723Mary Weir, b. ... , d. ...
1022John Douglas, b. ... [ca. 1700], d. Kirby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, 5 May 1772 [PRF AFN: 1R94-5N3] 
m.
1023Ann Proud, b. Kirby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, 15 March 1698 [PRF AFN: 1R95-CZ4], d. Kirby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, 26 Nov. 1754
8/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
1154Ralph Midgeley, of Breragh b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
1155Frances Burniston, b. ... , d. ...
1160Robert Rider, b. ... 1633, d. ... [Lupton Pedigree] 
m.
1161... , b. ... , d. ...
1164William Arey, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton Pedigree] 
m.
1165Sarah ... , b. ... , d. ...
1184Thomas Greenhow, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton f 71] 
m.
1185... , b. ... , d. ...
1192Thomas Powditch, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
1193Mary ... , b. ... , d. ...
1200Gaston Martineau, surgeon, b. Bergerac, Dordogne, ... [ca. 1654], fled France in 1685, naturalized in England 21 March 1688, d. ... [will dated 12 Aug., pro. 23 Nov. 1726] [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1107; Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:617] 
m. Norwich, Norfolk, 26 Sept. 1693
1201Marie Pierre, b. ... , d. ...
1202Peter Finch, minister of the English Presbyterian Chapel, Norwich, bapt. Walton on the Hill, Lancashire, 6 Oct. 1661, d. ... 6 Oct. 1754, bur. church of St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich [ODNB
m.
1203... , b. ... , d. ...
1204John Meadows, vicar of Ousden (ejected 1662), b. Chattisham, near Ipswich, Suffolk, 7 April 1622, d. Bury St. Edmunds ... , bur. Stowmarket 1 March 1697 [ODNBFamiliae Minorum Gentium 1130] 
m. ... 1675
1205Sarah Fairfax, b. ... 1654, d. ... 1688 [Suffolk Bartholomeans f 64]
1206John Hall, Mayor of Norwich b. ... 1653, d. ... 14 April 1729 
m.
1207Margaret Lumbe, b. ... 1652, d. ... 12 May 1722 [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1134]
1274Richard Alloway, b. ... , bur. Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, 10 March 1713 
m.
1275Jane ... , b. ... , bur. Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, 19 Jan. 1711
1442James Allan, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
1443... , b. ... , d. ...
2046Thomas Proud, b. ... , d. Kirby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, 6 Aug. 1705 [PRF AFN: 1R95-CQN] 
m. ... [ca. 1685]
2047Elizabeth Dunn, b. ... [ca. 1660], d. Yarm, Yorkshire, ... Oct. 1719
9/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
2308Robert Midgeley, of Breragh, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
2309Mary Smith, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3]
2310George Burniston, of Potternewton, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
2311... , b. ... , d. ...
2400Elie Martineau, b. ... , d. ... [Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:617] 
m.
2401Marguerite Barbesson, b. ... , d. ...
2402Guillaume Pierre, Huguenot refugee, naturalized in England 20 March 1686/7, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
2403Marie Jourdain, b. ... , d. ...
2404Henry Finch, Vicar of Walton on the Hill, Lancashire (ejected 1662), nonconformist minister of Birch Hall, Lancashire, bapt. Standish, Lancashire, 8 Sept. 1633, d. ... 13 Nov. 1704, bur. at the collegiate church, Manchester, 16 Nov. 1704 [ODNB
m. Warrington, Lancashire,11 Oct. 1659 [IGI]
2405Mary Hammond, b. ... , d. ...
2408Daniel Meadows, b. Rushmere ... 1577, d. ... 7 Sept. 1659, bur. Chatisham [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1129] 
m.
2409Elizabeth Smith, b. ... , d. ... 1678
2410Benjamin Fairfax, of Halesworth, co. Suffolk, b. ... , d. ... 1708 [Suffolk Bartholomeans f 64] 
m.
2411Bridget Stringer, b. ... , d. ...
2414Edward Lombe, b. ... , d. ... [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1134] 
m.
2415... , b. ... , d. ...
4092Thomas Proud, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
4093Mary ... , b. ... , d. ... Dec. 1694
10/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
4616John Midgeley, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
4617... , b. ... , d. ...
4800Denis Martineau, b. ... , d. ... [living 4 May 1651] [Burke's Landed Gentry, 18 edn, III:617] 
m.
4801B ... Bouhereau, b. ... , d. ... [living his widow ae. ca. 80 in 1685]
4806Nicholas Jourdain, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
4807... , b. ... , d. ...
4808Peter Finch, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
4809Katherine ... , b. ... , d. ...
4816William Meadows, b. ... , d. ... [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1127] 
m.
4817Agnes ... , b. ... , d. ... 1678
4820Benjamin Fairfax, of Rumburgh, ejected 1662, b. ... 1592, d. ... 1675 [Suffolk Bartholomeans f 64] 
m.
4821Sarah Galliard, b. ... , d. ...
4822Walter Stringer, of Chester, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
4823... , b. ... , d. ...
4828Thomas Lombe, b. ... , d. ... [Familiae Minorum Gentium 1134] 
m.
4829... , b. ... , d. ...
11/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
9232Richard Midgeley, of Breragh, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
9233... , b. ... , d. ...
9640John Fairfax, master of the great Hospital in Norwich, b. ... , d. ... [Suffolk Bartholomeans f 64] 
m.
9641Mary Birch, b. ... , d. ...
9642Roger Galliard, of Ashwell Thorpe, co. Norf., b. ... , d. ... 
m.
9643... , b. ... , d. ...
12/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
18464Edward Midgeley, of Midgeley, near Halifax, b. ... , d. ... [Lupton 3] 
m.
18465... , b. ... , d. ...
19280William Fairfax, b. ... , d. ... [Suffolk Bartholomeans f 64] 
m.
19281... , b. ... , d. ...
19282George Birch, Sheriff of Norwich in 1604, Mayor in 1621, b. ... , d. ... 
m.
19283... , b. ... , d. ...
13/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
38560Sir Thomas Fairfax, b. ... , d. ... [1520-1] 
m.
38561Agnes Gascoigne, b. ... , d. ... 

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