Descendants of John de Babington


1.    John De BABINGTON, b. 1178 in Babington Parish, Northumberland, England, d. Aft 1220.  The first to be known to have been seated in Northumberland. Lord of Babington, in the barony of Umfraville, where he resided in the reigns of Kings John and Henry III. The pedigrees make him succeeded by his son William, but it is probable that a generation has been omitted, and that William was his grandson, being the son of Robert.
    Bourke's Landed Gentry says 'of Babington the Over and Babington the Nether, now called Mickle and Little Bavington in Northumberland was father of Robert De Babington, of Babington-Parva, recorded in the County Pipe Roll, 23 Henry III, 1248, who had with other issue, William.....'
                Children:
          2.    i.    Robert De BABINGTON b. 1201.


Generation Two

2.    Robert De BABINGTON, b. 1201 in Babington Parish, Northumberland, England.  occurs in the Great Pipe Roll for Northumberland, 32 Henry III.
                Children:
          3.    i.    William De BABINGTON b. 1228.
          4.    ii.    Hugh De BABINGTON.
          5.    iii.    Richard De BABINGTON.
          6.    iv.    Adam De BABINGTON.
          7.    v.    Roger De BABINGTON.


Generation Three

3.    William De BABINGTON, b. 1228 in Babington Parish, Northumberland, England, d. Aft 1271.  Bourkes landed Gentry - Lord of Babington, living (1271), temp, Henry III, had issue, Bernard (Sir); William of Throckerington, 1340, in Holy Orders,; Gilbert, summoned to a muster at Tweedmouth, 1310, m, and had a son Jon, 1350.
                Children:
          8.    i.    Bernard De BABINGTON b. 1267.
               ii.    William De BABINGTON.
               iii.    Gilbert De BABINGTON.  Summoned to a muster at Tweedmouth, 1310.

4.    Hugh De BABINGTON.  Acc. toT Davis - d1296 Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire, wife Joane.
    Acc. to B Spence - B abt 1296, Burghley & Ottley, Yorkshire,  wife Jeanne. He married Jeanne/Joane (De BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Henry De BABINGTON.
          9.    ii.    Richard De BABINGTON.
               iii.    Hugh De BABINGTON, occupation Rector.

5.    Richard De BABINGTON.
                Children:
          10.    i.    William De BABINGTON.

6.    Adam De BABINGTON.
                Children:
          11.    i.    Adam De BABINGTON.

7.    Roger De BABINGTON.
                Children:
               i.    William De BABINGTON.


Generation Four

8.    Bernard De BABINGTON, b. 1267 in Babington Parish, Northumberland, England.  Sir Knight of Little Babington.
                Children:
          12.    i.    John De BABINGTON b. 1304.

9.    Richard De BABINGTON, d. ABT 1236.  Son and heir of Hugh de Babington, late sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. He married Lucy (De BABINGTON).  Lucy: Widow.
                Children:
               i.    Hugh De BABINGTON.

10.    William De BABINGTON.
                Children:
               i.    Richard De BABINGTON.
               ii.    John De BABINGTON.

11.    Adam De BABINGTON.
                Children:
               i.    Ignatius De BABINGTON.
               ii.    Adam De BABINGTON.


Generation Five

12.    John De BABINGTON, b. 1304, d. 1353, buried in Church of the Minorities at Morlaix.   Sir Knight, chief captain of Morlaix, in Brittany, under Edward III. He married Alice (De BABINGTON).
                Children:
          13.    i.    John De BABINGTON b. 1335.


Generation Six

13.    John De BABINGTON, b. 1335 in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, d. 1409, buried in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, occupation Tax collecter.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - 'Sir Jon De Babington, Kt, of East Brigford, Notts, whose exclamation, "Foy est tout," on being chosen by Henry IV for dangerous duty in France, has ever been used as the family motto (Hutchinson's Northumberland). He married Benedicta WARD, b. 1377 in Cambridgeshire, England (daughter of Simon WARD).  Benedicta: Daughter and heiress of Simon Ward, Cambs.
                Children:
          14.    i.    Benedicta BABINGTON b. 1362.
          15.    ii.    Thomas BABINGTON.
               iii.    Arnold BABINGTON, occupation Merchant.  citizen of Norwich.
          16.    iv.    William BABINGTON b. 1363.
          17.    v.    John BABINGTON.
          18.    vi.    Norman(us) BABINGTON b. 1369.
               vii.    Sidonia BABINGTON, b. 1374 in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, d. 6 May 1448,  buried in Flowforth Church, Nottinghamshire, England.
               viii.    Maria BABINGTON, b. 1375 in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England.


Generation Seven

14.    Benedicta BABINGTON, b. 1362 in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England.  She married Hugh ANNESLEY, married 1376 in Annesley, Nottinghamshire, England, b. 1360 in Annesley, Nottinghamshire, England (son of Thomas ANNESLEY and Agnes De CLIFTON),  d. 1426 in Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England.  Hugh: Sir Hugh of Annesley, Notts.
                Children:
          19.    i.    Isabel ANNESLEY.

15.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 1464, buried in Ashover, Derbyshire, England.  In his youth sold his patrimony of East Bridgeford to his brother Sir William. After serving with Henry V. in the French wars, returned home and purchased the manor of Kingston, Notts. He was M.P. for Nottingham in 1450.
    According to Bourkes Landed Gentry (1937) the bow and sword he bore at Agincourt are still preserved.
    Not necessarily eldest child but eldest son and heir. He married Isabel DETHICK, married 1420 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, b. 1401 in Dethick Manor, Dethick, Derbyshire, England (daughter of Robert DETHICK and Isabell AUDERBIE),  d. 1435 in Ashover, Derbyshire, England.  Isabel: (De Thick ??) heir to Robert, her father.
                Children:
          20.    i.    John BABINGTON b. 1423.
               ii.    William BABINGTON, d. 1453.  LL.D., president of the Benedictine order in England, and abbot of St.Edmund's Bury from 1446 to 1453.

16.    William BABINGTON, b. 1363, d. 1455 in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England, buried in Lenton Priory.  Sir Knight of Chilwell,Notts, and Kiddington, Oxfordshire, K.B.
    Chief justice of the Common Pleas. He married Margery MARTELL, b. Abt 1375 (daughter of Peter MARTELL).  Margery: Margery/Margaret ?.
                Children:
               i.    John BABINGTON.
          21.    ii.    William BABINGTON.
               iii.    Thomas BABINGTON.  He married Jane BUSBY.
               iv.    Edward BABINGTON, d. 1498.
          22.    v.    Robert BABINGTON.
               vi.    Agnes BABINGTON.  She married Ralph LEEK.  Ralph: Acc. to Barry Spence - Ralfe LEAKE.
               vii.    Margaret BABINGTON.
               viii.    Joanne BABINGTON.  She married John PORT.
               ix.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. Abt 1396 in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England.  She married Thomas NEVILLE, married Abt 1417.

17.    John BABINGTON.  of Ardrington, co. Devon.
    3 ch. 1st m Southcote. 3rd m Hill.
    . He married Emma (Matilda) KNOWLES.
                Children:
          23.    i.    John BABINGTON.

18.    Norman(us) BABINGTON, b. 1369 in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, d. 1437 in East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England.  He married (1) Mary MOWBRAY (daughter of John MOWBRAY).  He married (2) Margaret NEFFIELD, b. 1365.
                Children by Margaret NEFFIELD:
               i.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.
               ii.    Beatrix BABINGTON.


Generation Eight

19.    Isabel ANNESLEY.  She married Edmond WILLOUGHBY.
                Children:
          24.    i.    Hugh WILLOUGHBY.

20.    John BABINGTON, b. 1423 in Dethick/Kings, Rampton, Ireland, d. 1485 in Bosworth, Leicestershire, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - 'was killed by mistake by Sir Thomas Blount, Kt., Provost Marshal, at the battle of Bosworth, when fighting in the cause of Richard III'.
    The Battle of Bosworth Field (22 Aug 1485) in the English Wars of the Roses was fought 12 miles west of Leicester & 3 miles South of Market Bosworth between the forces of the Yorkist King Richard III and the Lancastrian contender for the crown, Henry Tudor (Future Henry VII) Effectively the last battle it established the Tudor dynasty on the English Throne. Richard was unhorsed in the battle and killed. He married Isabel BRADBOURNE, married 1448 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, b. 1427 in Hough, Derbyshire, England (daughter of Henry BRADBURNE), d. 18 Mar 1486 in Ratcliffe, Nottinghamshire, England, buried in Ratcliffe-on-Soar Church, Nottinghamshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Anne BABINGTON, b. ABT 1455 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 15 Sep 1507.  She married James ROLLESTON, b. in Ashover, Derbyshire, England.  James: Esq. of the Lea, in Ashover.
               ii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, d. 1457.  She married Ralph FRANCIS, b. in Foremark, Derbyshire, England.  Ralph: Esq. of Foremark, Derbyshire.
               iii.    Isabell BABINGTON.  She married John ROSELL, b. in Ratcliffe, Nottinghamshire, England.
               iv.    Henry BABINGTON, d. AFT 1518.  Landed gentry of Great Britain:-A.M., Fellow of Peter House, Camb., 1451-1483:Rector of Adstock, Berks, 1491-1504: vice-Chancellor, Oxford, 1500: Ambassador to Scotland, 1502.
               v.    Cicely BABINGTON.  She married Thomas SAMON, b. in Annesley Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire.  Thomas: Esq. Annesley Woodhouse, Notts.
               vi.    Beatrice BABINGTON, b. 1456, d. 15 Sep 1507.  She married Ralph POLE, b. in Wakebridge, Derby, England.  Ralph: Esq. of Wakebridge, Derbyshire.
               vii.    Margaret BABINGTON, b. 1459, d. 1512 in Etwall Ash, Derbyshire, England.  She married Edmund PILKINGTON, married 1466 in Stanton by Dale, Derbyshire, England, b. 1435 in Pilkington, Lancashire, England.  Edmund: Esq. of Stanton-le-Dale.
          25.    viii.    Thomas BABINGTON.

21.    William BABINGTON, d. 1474.  He married Elizabeth GILTHORPE.
                Children:
          26.    i.    Etheldena BABINGTON.
               ii.    John BABINGTON, d. 20 Mar 1500/01.  He married Elizabeth GREEN.

22.    Robert BABINGTON, b. in Lower Kiddington, Oxonbridge, England, d. 1464.  He married Maulde ARCHIS.  Maulde: Acc. to Barry Spence - wife is Maulde VENOUR.
                Children:
          27.    i.    William BABINGTON.
               ii.    Joanne BABINGTON.  She married John FITZHERBERT.

23.    John BABINGTON.  He married Margaret WYNMAN.
                Children:
          28.    i.    John BABINGTON.


Generation Nine

24.    Hugh WILLOUGHBY, b. in Wollaton, Nottinghamshire, England, d. 1448.  He married Margaret FREVILLE (daughter of Baldwin FREVILLE and Joyce De BOTTETOURT).
                Children:
          29.    i.    Robert WILLOUGHBY.

25.    Thomas BABINGTON, d. 13 Mar 1518 in Ashover, Derbyshire, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - 'of Dethick and Kingston, Sheriff cos. Derby and Notts 13 Henry VII (A.D. 1498). By his first wife, Margery he had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Edith, dau. of Ralph Fitzherbert, of Norbury, co. Derby, and had nine sons and six daus.' Succeded by his sixth son Humphrey. He married Editha FITZHERBERT, married 1486 in Ashover, Derbyshire, England, b. Abt 1457 in Norbury, Derbyshire, England (daughter of Ralph Radus (Sheriff) FITZHERBERT and Elizabeth MARSHAL),  d. 1511 in Ashover, Derbyshire, England.
                Children:
          30.    i.    Anthony BABINGTON b. Abt 1475.
          31.    ii.    Roland BABINGTON b. 1477.
               iii.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 1478, d. 12 Oct 1517.  She married George CHAWORTH.  George: of Wiverton, Notts, ancestor of the Viscounts Chaworth in Ireland.
               iv.    John BABINGTON, b. 1482 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 1534.  (Sir) Knight of Rhodes, Lord of St. Johns, London, commander of the
                preceptory of Dalby and Rothley, in Leicestershire.
                Abt 1460 another Babington was head of the Hospitallers of St. John of
                Jerusalem. Paston Letters, vol iii. p418 in a letter written by a brother of
                the order, dated Temple of Sion (in Eng.). " one Master Thomas Babington,
                Master and Sovereign of our order."
               v.    Ralph BABINGTON, b. 1482 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England.  LL.B., rector of Hickling, in the chancel of which church he was buried in
                1521.
               vi.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1483 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 1510.  A.B.,rector of Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire.
               vii.    Anne BABINGTON, b. Abt 1485 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 19 Jun 1538 in Feversalt.  She married (1) George LECHE (son of Philip LECHE and Ann VERNON). She married (2) Roger GREENEHALGH.  Roger: of Teversal, Notts.
               viii.    Dorothy BABINGTON, b. 1487.  She married Robert ROLLESTON.  Robert: Esq. of Swarkeston, in Derbyshire.
          32.    ix.    William BABINGTON b. 1489.
          33.    x.    Humfrey BABINGTON b. Abt 1491.
               xi.    Jane BABINGTON, b. 1491.  She married George MEVERELL.  George: Esq. of Throwley, in Staffordshire.
               xii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 1492 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England.  She married Philip OKEOVER, b. Abt 1490 in Okeover, Stafford, England.  Philip: of Okeover, in Staffordshire.
               xiii.    Robert BABINGTON, b. 1501 in Ashover, Derbyshire, England, d. in Rothley Temple, London, England.
               xiv.    George BABINGTON, b. 1502 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England.

26.    Etheldena BABINGTON, d. 20 Apr 1503.  She married John DELVES.
                Children:
               i.    Elena DELVES.  She married Robert SHEFFIELD.
               ii.    Jane DELVES.  She married James BLOUNT.

27.    William BABINGTON.  Warden of Fleet ?. He married Ellen ILLINGWORTH.
                Children:
          34.    i.    William BABINGTON.
               ii.    Dorothy BABINGTON.  She married John FITZHERBERT.
               iii.    UnknownM BABINGTON.  He married Bridget DRURY.
               iv.    Dorothy BABINGTON.  She married John FITZHENRY.  John: of Etwell Derby.

28.    John BABINGTON.  He married Elizabeth FRENCHE (daughter of Walter FRENCHE).
                Children:
          35.    i.    John BABINGTON b. 1464.


Generation Ten

29.    Robert WILLOUGHBY.  He married Margaret GRIFFIN.
                Children:
               i.    Henry WILLOUGHBY.

30.    Anthony BABINGTON, b. Abt 1475 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 1544 in Kingston.  Sir Knight of Dethick and Kingston, sheriff of Derby and Notts in 1534, ancestor of the Babingtons of Dethick,of whom was Anthony Babington, attainted in 1586 (leader of the Babington plot - hung, drawn and quartered) and Gervase Babington, Bishop of Llandaff. He married (1) Elisabeth ORMOND, married 1509 (daughter of John ORMOND and Jane CHAWORTH),  d. 28 Nov 1505 in Ratcliffe.  He married (2) Katherine FERRERS, married BEF 1530 (daughter of John FERRERS), d. in Kingston.
                Children by Elisabeth ORMOND:
          36.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 1515.
                Children by Katherine FERRERS:
          37.    ii.    Richard BABINGTON.
               iii.    Katherine BABINGTON, b. 1512 in Sedgebrook.  She married John MARKHAM.
               iv.    John BABINGTON.
               v.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.

31.    Roland BABINGTON, b. 1477 in Derbyshire, England, d. 20 Jun 1548 in Derby, Derbyshire, England.  Sir Knight of  Normanton, near Derby. He married Jane RIDGE, b. in Kinver, Staffordshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Henry BABINGTON.  Knight of Barrowby, predeceased his father. He married Agnes BOZOM.  Agnes: dau. and co-heir to Sir Richard Bozom of Barrowby.
               ii.    Augustin BABINGTON.  married a dau. of George Zouch of Codnor.
               iii.    Michael BABINGTON, d. Aft 1611.  of Derby.
               iv.    Catherine BABINGTON, d. 1605, buried in Kedleston Church.  She married George CURZON.  George: Esq.of Croxall, Derbyshire.

32.    William BABINGTON, b. 1489, d. 1536.  of Tymmore, in Staffordshire. He married (1) Jane/Joan BEAUMONT.  Jane: Eldest daughter and co-heir fo John Beaumont, esq. of Wednesbury. He married (2) Mary MORE.
                Children by Jane/Joan BEAUMONT:
          38.    i.    Anthony BABINGTON.
                Children by Mary MORE:
               ii.    Thomas BABINGTON.  He married Eleanor SLADE.

33.    Humfrey BABINGTON, d. 22 Nov 1544,  buried in Rothley Chancel,  b. Abt 1491, d. Nov 1544 in Rothley, Derbyshire, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry -  'of Rothley Temple and Cossington Manor House,, co. Leicester, m Eleanor, 3rd dau. and co-heir of John Beaumont, of Wednesbury, Staffs, grandson of Henry, 5th Lord Beaumont, and had with 3 daus,......eight sons..' He married Eleanor BEAUMONT, b. 1524 (daughter of John BEAUMONT and Joan MYTTON),  buried in Chancery, Rothley Temple.  Eleanor: 3rd dau. and co-heir.
                Children:
          39.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 1516.
               ii.    Humfrey BABINGTON.
          40.    iii.    Barnaby BABINGTON.
               iv.    John BABINGTON.
               v.    Francis BABINGTON, d. 1569.  Rector of Milton Keynes 1559-1565. Said to have originally come from Leicestershire. He entered Christ's College, Cambridge in 1544 and took his B.A. in 1548-1549. In 1551 he was appointed a fellow of St Johns, and became M.A. in 1522. Sometime in 1554-1555 he moved to Oxford and changed his religion, as his name is found on the Roman Catholic articles of belief. By 1558 he had successfully taken his doctorate in divinity. In 1559 Dr Babbington became master of Balliol, which he added to his other livings and offices. At this time he is known to be Rector of at least four parishes, Milton Keynes,Twyford, Sherrington Aldworth and Adstock. In 1560 he was Rector of Lincoln College and later became the trusted advisor of the Earl of Leicester. However, by 1563 he seems to have been losing his patron's favour and had to resign the Rectorship of Lincoln. Two years later he was forces to flee overseas as he was almost unanimously believed to be a supporter of the papacy. The  list of Rectors in the church in Milton Keynes shows he 'retired' in 1565.
                He died abroad in 1569.
               vi.    Robert BABINGTON, d. 1603.
               vii.    Margaret BABINGTON.  She married Edward VINCENT.  Edward: Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Peckleton, co. Leicester.
               viii.    Jane BABINGTON.  She married George LANGHAM.  George: Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Goppeshull, co. Leicester, which he sold in 1560.
          41.    ix.    Mary BABINGTON.

34.    William BABINGTON.  Sir - Sheriff ?. He married Elizabeth CLARELL.
                Children:
          42.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON.

35.    John BABINGTON, b. 1464.  Another source gives his wife as Elizabeth Holcombe. He married Mary HOLCOMBE.
                Children:
          43.    i.    Nicholas BABINGTON b. 1486.


Generation Eleven

36.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1515 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 21 Apr 1560 in Cornwall, England.  He married Katherine SACHEVERALL, b. 1499 in Morley, Derbyshire, , England (daughter of Henry SATCHEVAL and Isabel MONTGOMERY),  d. 23 Aug 1543 in Morley, Derbyshire, , England.
                Children:
          44.    i.    Henry BABINGTON b. 1530.
               ii.    Edmund BABINGTON.  He married Mary ZOUCH.
          45.    iii.    Anne BABINGTON.
               iv.    Margaret BABINGTON.  She married Thomas RERESBY.

37.    Richard BABINGTON, d. 1550.  He married Margaret CROXTON, married Abt 1465 (daughter of Thomas CROXTON).
                Children:
          46.    i.    Richard (Robert) BABINGTON b. Abt 1466.
               ii.    Ralph BABINGTON.  He married (1) Elisabeth DALISON, b. in Aulime.  He married (2) Margaret STARKEY, b. in Wrenbury.
               iii.    Randall BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England.  He married Ellen KINSEY.

38.    Anthony BABINGTON.  He married Joyce STANFORD.
                Children:
          47.    i.    William BABINGTON.
          48.    ii.    Thomas BABINGTON.
               iii.    Martha BABINGTON.
          49.    iv.    Mathew BABINGTON.
               v.    John BABINGTON.  He married Ellen WHITGREVE.

39.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1516 in Cossington Manor, Leicestershire, England, d. 27 Oct 1567 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.   Bourkes Landed Gentry -  of Rothley Temple, and of Cossington, both in Leicestershire; he joined in the fruitless attempt to advance the Lady Jane Grey to the throne, but on payment of a large fine, obtained a pardon under the great seal, in the first year of Queen Mary's reign. He married Eleanor HUMFREY, married 1540 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, b. 1520 in Barton Segrave, Northumberland, England (daughter of Richard HUMFREY and Jane PARSELL),  d. Jun 1578 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England.
                Children:
          50.    i.    Humfrey BABINGTON b. 1544.
               ii.    Mathew BABINGTON, b. 1544, d. 1615.  He married (1) Margaret BOROUGH.  He married (2) Priscilla CRESWELL.  He married (3) Faith STAPLETON, d. 1589.  He married (4) Elizabeth LEIGH, married 17 Jan 1573/74 in Rothley.
               iii.    Edmond BABINGTON, b. 1546, d. 1571 in Rothley.
               iv.    Margaret BABINGTON, b. 1548 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England.  She married St. John BOROUGH, married 23 Jul 1576 (son of Erasmus BOROUGH).
          51.    v.    Zachary BABINGTON b. 1549.
               vi.    Jane BABINGTON, b. 1550 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England.  She married Stephen EVERARD.  Stephen: Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Hether and Shenston, co. Leicester.
               vii.    Frances BABINGTON, b. 1552 in Lupton, Westmorland, England, d. 1622 in Lupton, Westmorland, England.  She married Robert BRIGGS, married 1571 in Lupton, Westmorland, England, b. Abt 1546 in Lupton, Westmorland, England.
               viii.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1561.

40.    Barnaby BABINGTON, d. 1566 in Barrow-on-Soar, England.  He married (1) UnknownF (BABINGTON).  He married (2) Joanne SUTTON, married 1565 in Barrow-on-Soar, England.
                Children by UnknownF (BABINGTON):
               i.    Eustace BABINGTON, b. 1563, d. 1566.

41.    Mary BABINGTON.  She married (1) John LOWTH, d. 1590.   John: Bourkes Landed Gentry - Ven. John Lowth, D.D., of Keyworth, Notts, Archdeacon of Nottingham. She married (2) Christopher MIDDLETON.
                Children by John LOWTH:
          52.    i.    Thomasina LOWTH.

42.    Thomas BABINGTON.  Warden of Fleet - Keeper of Palace? He married Margaret HASLEWOOD.  Margaret: Acc. to Barry Spence - Margaret HARDWOOD.
                Children:
          53.    i.    William BABINGTON.

43.    Nicholas BABINGTON, b. 1486.  He married Joanne WHITING, married Abt 1506, b. Abt 1486.
                Children:
          54.    i.    Walter BABINGTON.


Generation Twelve

44.    Henry BABINGTON, b. 1530 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. Abt 1571 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England.  He married (1) Mary DARCY, b. abt 1543 in Plattyn, County Meath, Ireland (daughter of George DARCY and Dorothy MELTON). He married (2) Frances MARKHAM.
                Children by Mary DARCY:
          55.    i.    Anthony BABINGTON b. 24 Oct 1561.
               ii.    Francis BABINGTON, b. 1559 in Windley Hill, Duffield, Derby.  He married Juliana ROO, married 13 Jul 1582 in St Lawrence, OldJewry, London, England.  Juliana: Roo/Rowe ?.
               iii.    Thomas BABINGTON.
               iv.    Helen BABINGTON.  She married John HARMER.
          56.    v.    Maud BABINGTON.
          57.    vi.    George BABINGTON b. Abt 1564.
                Children by Frances MARKHAM:
               vii.    Susanna BABINGTON.
               viii.    Maria BABINGTON.
               ix.    Anne BABINGTON.
               x.    Catherine BABINGTON.

45.    Anne BABINGTON, d. 1587.  She married John DARCY, b. 1540 in Aston, Yorkshire, England (son of George DARCY and Dorothy MELTON),  d. 1602 in Aston, Yorkshire, England.  John: Notes: son and heir, aged 28 and more at his father's death. Knighted at the Coronation of Elizabeth I, 15 Jan 1558/9. He took his seat in the House of Lords 25 Jan 1558/9 in the precedence (1509) of the older Barony, which precedence he preserved. He married Anne, daughter of Thomas Babington, of Dethick, co. Derby, by Catherine, daughter of Sir Henry Satcheverel of Morley in that co. Will dat. 15 Mar 1596 (1596/7), pr. at London, 1 Feb 1602/3.
                Children:
          58.    i.    Michael DARCY.

46.    Richard (Robert) BABINGTON, b. Abt 1466.  He married Margaret PALAM, married Abt 1490.  Margaret: Landed Gentry of Ireland 1958:- of Chorley.
                Children:
               i.    William BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field , Northumberland, England.
               ii.    Randall BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England.
               iii.    James BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England.
               iv.    John BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England.
               v.    Charles BABINGTON, d. 9 Sep 1513 in Flodden Field, Northumberland, England.
               vi.    Thomas BABINGTON.
          59.    vii.    Richard BABINGTON.

47.    William BABINGTON.
                Children:
               i.    Anthony BABINGTON.

48.    Thomas BABINGTON, d. 1597.  He married Dorothea STANFORD.
                Children:
               i.    Mathew BABINGTON.

49.    Mathew BABINGTON.  He married Barbara STANLEY.
                Children:
               i.    Martha BABINGTON.

50.    Humfrey BABINGTON, b. 1544,  d. 17 Jun 1610,  buried in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Esq. of Rothley Temple. He married Margaret CAVE, b. Abt 1545 (daughter of Francis CAVE), buried 20 Sep 1629 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Margaret: Brother to Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford.
                Children:
          60.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 1575.
               ii.    Francis BABINGTON, b. 1576, d. 1576.
               iii.    Edward BABINGTON, b. 1577.
          61.    iv.    Adrian BABINGTON b. 1578.
               v.    Ann BABINGTON, b. 1579, d. 23 Feb 1578/79 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.
               vi.    Dorothy BABINGTON, b. 1582, d. 1584, buried 18 Dec 1584 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.
               vii.    William BABINGTON, b. 1585, d. 1637.

51.    Zachary BABINGTON, b. 1549 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England, d. 1613.  Extracted from Discussion Group
    "Get a copy of "The Visitation of England & Wales Notes Vol. 8 by Frederick Arthur Crisp. LDS film 824459. Check page
    52. Unfortunately, I do not have a copy of that page, but it is referred to as showing the children of Rev. Zachary
    Babington who was baptized in 1549 and died after 1608/9 (see page 46 of the same work). That Rev. Zachary was also
    Chancellor of Lichfield Cathedral. He was son of Thomas and Eleanor Humfrey and grandson of Henry and Eleanor Beaumont
    of Royal descent." He married Thomasina LOWTH, married 1565 (daughter of John LOWTH and Mary BABINGTON).
                Children:
          62.    i.    William BABINGTON.

52.    Thomasina LOWTH (See marriage to number 51.)

53.    William BABINGTON.  Sir - Warden of Fleet - Keeper of Palace ?. He married Elisabeth GOLBOURNE.  Elisabeth: of Chester.
                Children:
               i.    Philip BABINGTON.  He married Meriel GOODWIN.

54.    Walter BABINGTON.  He married (1) Elizabeth TRAVERS.  He married (2) Thomasine POLLARD (daughter of Anthony POLLARD).
                Children by Elizabeth TRAVERS:
               i.    Thomas BABINGTON.


Generation Thirteen

55.    Anthony BABINGTON, b. 24 Oct 1561, d. 20 Sep 1586 in Tower Hill, London.  Convicted of plotting the assassination of Elizabeth I of England and conspiring with the imprisoned Mary I of Scotland. The "Babington Plot" and Mary's alleged involvement in it were the basis of the treason charges against her which led to her execution.
    Born into a wealthy Catholic family to Henry Babington and Mary Darcy in Dethick, Derbyshire, England, he was their third son. His father died in 1571 when he was nine years old, and his mother remarried to Henry Foljambe.
    While publicly Protestant, the family remained Catholic. Babington apparently remained in Dethick until about 1577, when he was briefly employed as a page boy in the Earl of Shrewsbury's household. The Earl was at this time the jailer of Mary Queen of Scots and it is likely that it was during this time that Babington became a supporter of Mary's cause to ascend the throne of England. In 1579 he was married to Margery Draycot.
    In about 1580, while travelling on the continent, he had met the arch-conspirator Thomas Morgan, and he was persuaded to courier letters to Mary while she was still being held by his former master, the Earl of Shrewsbury. He also assisted the movement of priests in the Catholic Midlands. But by 1586, with Mary removed to the harsher regime of Tutbury and the consequent closing down of communications with her, Babington's role as a courier came to an end. Twice in early 1586 he received letters from France, destined for Mary, but in each case he declined to 'deal further in those affairs'. Indeed, at this time he was considering leaving England for good and was trying to secure a passport along with his Welsh friend Thomas Salisbury but to no avail. As Babington later put it, 'by God's just judgement of our sins' they remained in London.
    Babington was not considered the shrewdest of conspirators. In fact the plot bears his name not so much because he was its prime mover, but because he was its weak link. His supposedly secret group of conspirators (or crew as he preferred to call them) frequently dined and received mass together and the plot was in many ways little more than youthful posturing on their part with most of the serious intent being provided by the many government 'projectors' who had infiltrated their ranks. Indeed, to give an example of the arrogance and foolhardiness of Babington, he actually had a group portrait painted of all the main conspirators as a memento of their heroic enterprise. This same portrait was later used by the government to identify and capture the conspirators. Some historians have commented on this 'foolish vanity' of Anthony Babington, and his desire more for Mary's recognition and reward, than for whatever true cause they were hoping to achieve.
    During Elizabeth's reign, her court was particularly concerned about the prospect of Mary Stuart coming to the throne. It was a time of great religious tension. The reign of the Catholic monarch Bloody Mary still haunted people and the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre had concentrated the collective mind as to the threat a return to Catholicism could present. Babington was no match for the Queen's security forces, led by Sir Francis Walsingham with its ruthless and cunning spies like Robert Poley. During one of Walsingham's investigations, a suspected subversive named Gilbert Gifford was arrested and interrogated. To avoid punishment, Gifford agreed to act as a double agent. He made contact with the French Embassy in London and arranged the smuggling of letters from Mary Stuart to her followers. This was to be achieved through the use of beer barrels. Gifford ensured that Walsingham was given access to these communications which revealed Mary's requests to the French and Spanish that they intervene on her behalf.
    On 6 July 1586 Babington made the fatal step of writing to Mary telling her that he and a group of friends were planning to murder Elizabeth and replace her with Mary. Babington's (and Mary Stuart's) defenders claim that in the sixteenth century it was believed that the killing of tyrants was morally acceptable. However, Babington was troubled by the ethics of assassination so decided to write to Mary to seek her authorization, which he believed she could provide as the legitimate Queen of England. (It was believed by militant Catholics that Elizabeth's claim to the throne was void due to her being the daughter of Anne Boleyn whose marriage to Henry VIII they considered had been illegal in that Henry VIII had still being married to Catherine of Aragon.) Mary made the equally fatal step of replying to Babington, in which she stressed the necessity of foreign aid if the rescue attempt was to succeed. However, she left the matter of the assassination to Babington's conscience. When Walsingham and his officials had gathered sufficient evidence (some of which it is believed they forged), Babington and his crew were rounded up.
    On 18 September 1586, Babington and his thirteen co-conspirators were convicted of high treason and sentenced to be hanged, drawn and quartered. His offer to Elizabeth of £1000 for his pardon was rejected, and the execution of the first seven (including Babington, John Ballard, and Chidiock Tichborne) took place on the 20th. The condemned men, who were being kept in the Tower of London, were marched down from the death cells, strapped to sledges and pulled by horses through the streets of London. On reaching a specially erected scaffold in St Giles Field near Holborn (close to where Foyles bookshop now stands) they were hanged for a short time before being cut down. Babington and the other men who suffered with him that day were therefore fully conscious whilst being drawn which involved the removal of the genitals and intestines. After this the executioner quartered their bodies and distributed the parts to prominent locations around the city to warn all of the consequences of disloyalty to the monarch. Even by the towering cruelty of the day, the executions were regarded as being especially horrific. Indeed, Queen Elizabeth was so disturbed by reports of the executions that she ordered that the remaining seven conspirators should be left to hang until quite dead prior to their disembowelment. He married Margaret DRAYCOTT, married 1579 in Dethick Manor, Dethick, Derbyshire, England, b. Abt 1562 in Cresswell, Staffordshire, England (daughter of John DRAYCOTT and Elizabeth HOSIER).
                Children:
               i.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1584 in Dethick Manor, Dethick, Derbyshire, England, d. 1592 in Dethick Manor, Dethick, Derbyshire, England.

56.    Maud BABINGTON.  She married Christopher PLUNKETT, d. 15 Dec 1603.   Christopher: Christopher, 8th Baron of Dunsany. This nobleman m. Maud, dau. of Henry Babington, of Dethick, co. Derby, and dying 15 Dec. 1603, was s. by his only son,
    
     Patrick, 9th Baron of Dunsany.
                Children:
               i.    Patrick PLUNKETT.  Patrick, 9th Baron of Dunsany, who recieved a patent admiration form James I, of the several castles of Dunsany, Corbally, etc. His lordship was subsequently summoned to parliament 1st Charles I., and suffered considerably in the cause of that unfortunate prince. A short time before the year 1641, the lords-justices had supplied the Lords of the Pale with arms, but suddenly recalled them, which occasioned much discontent among the Catholic lords, who, having assembled, appointed Lord Dunsany to assure the justices of their attachment and loyalty, and of their readiness to co-operate in every measure, that could be conducive to the peace of the country. The lords-justices, however, took no further notice of this proffered service than by confining his lordship in the castle of Dublin, where he remained for several years; but on the restoration of Charles II, he again took his seat in the House of Lords, and continued to sit untill 1666. His lordship m. Jane, dau. of Sir Thomas Heneage, of Haynton, co. Lincoln, and was s. at his decease by his grandson.  He married Jane HENEAGE.

57.    George BABINGTON, b. Abt 1564 in Dethick, Derbyshire, England.  He married Helen VINE, b. in Ashe, Surrey, England.
                Children:
          63.    i.    Ferdinando BABINGTON b. Abt 1594.

58.    Michael DARCY, d. 13 Dec 1588.  He married Margaret WENTWORTH.
                Children:
               i.    John DARCY.  He married Rosamund FRESCHVILLE, d. 18 Apr 1607.
               ii.    Anne DARCY.  She married Henry SAVILE.
               iii.    Margaret DARCY.

59.    Richard BABINGTON.
                Children:
          64.    i.    Richard BABINGTON.

60.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1575 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England,  d. 1645 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, buried 17 Sep 1645 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry -  of Rothley Temple, and Lord of the Manor, and Patron of the Church of
    Cossington, at the decease of his Uncle Mathew.
    Inherited the estate of his Uncle Thomas Babington whose sons, Henry and William Barnett died without issue. He married Katherine KENDALL, married 1588 (daughter of Henry KENDALL), buried 21 Feb 1657 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Katherine: only daughter.
                Children:
          65.    i.    Elizabeth BABINGTON b. 1603.
               ii.    Anne BABINGTON, b. ABT 1604.  She married William STAVELEY, married 1625.  William: Rev. fourth son of Thomas Staveley Esq.
               iii.    Margaret BABINGTON, b. 1607.  She married William PRESCOT.  William: Esq. or Dryby, in Lincolnshire.
          66.    iv.    Mathew BABINGTON b. 17 May 1612.
               v.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 1614.  She married John WHATTON, married 1639.  John: Esquire of the body to Chatles I.
          67.    vi.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 11 Aug 1615.
               vii.    Lucy BABINGTON, b. 1618.  She married William WHATTEN.  William: Esq. of Newtown Linford, Leicestershire.

61.    Adrian BABINGTON, b. 1578, d. 1625.
                Children:
          68.    i.    Catherine BABINGTON b. 1613.

62.    William BABINGTON, d. 1626.  He married Eleanor LITTLETON, b. 1588 (daughter of Edward LITTLETON and Margaret DEVEROUX).
                Children:
               i.    Zachary BABINGTON, b. 3 Apr 1611 in Curborough, Lichfield, Staffordshire, England, d. 23 Oct 1688.  There is a memorial to Zachary in Whittington Church. The Latin translates:
                Beside this altar, which stands in lasting memory of him, a sprinkling of earth covers the sacred body of Zachary Babington, Esq. His father, William Babington, Esq., awaits his coming and resurrection. His grandfather Zachary Babington LL.D and Chancellor to the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. His brother Matthew, D.D. chaplain to King Charles I. He married Katherine, daughter of John Alden, Esq. From this union and in his lifetime, four sons were born – John, Zachary, Alden & Alden and as many daughters – Eleanor, Mary, Katherine and Dorothy. He died on 23rd October 1688. In the same spot lies buried the body of Katherine, wife of Zachary. And the first-born of John and his wife Mary (the daughter of Randolph Hawkes of Newton, Esq.) by whom five children were born – Katherine, Zachary, Dorothy, Mary and Elizabeth. We die in many different ways.
                The Last Will and Testament of Zachary Babington
                In the name of God Amen. I Zachary Babington of Whittington in the County of Staffs Esq being prayful to God in perfect health & memory doe make this my last Will and Testament in manner following. In the ffirst place I bequeath my soul to Almighty God that gave it trusting for Salvation only in the meritts of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer Christ Jesus. My body to be buryed att the discretion of my Executrix hereafter named. It(em) concerning the houses Lands Tenements and Heriditaments I have or shall have att the time of my death I thus dispose of The House or Capitall Messuage in Whittington aforesaid built by me and wherin I nowe inhabit w’th all my Houses, Lands and Tenements in the p’ish* of Whittington aforesaid with ffreehold or Coppihould Land (having licence of the Lord of the Manor of Longdon to dispose of my Coppy land by will) together w’th all my Land and Tenements in the p‘ish* of Widnesbury** and Armitage in the County of Staffs. The meadow ground I bought in two meadows called Doddsmore***. and Goodwins Meadow - lying in Tamhorn and Timmor – ? one or both of them in the County of Staffs - together w’th the Lands and Tenements I lately purchased in Harlaston in the p’ish* of Clifton in the said County of Staffs comonly called Richard Browns Ffarm And the house or burgage situate in Sandford Street in Lichfield Citty I give and devise to my deare wife during her naturall life together w’th All other Lands Tenements and Hereditaments I shall have any state of Inhabitation in att the time of my death in Staffordshire or in any other County or place except what is herein otherwise devised. Item the Houses lately built since the late dreadfull ffire in London in Buttolph Lane and Low Lane these late in the holding of Mr Brake, a merchant lately deceased being about ffive in number (a moyity**** thereof my wife is to enjoy during her naturall life by her ffather’s Will) the other moyity**** of them w’ch I purchased to me and my heirs of my brother Edward Babington his daughter and Coheirs or to their Interest in the ground before they make rebuilt. I give to my wife during her naturall life and after her death to my sonne Zachary and his heirs the other moyity will descend to him after his mothers decease according to his grandfather Alden his will. Item. All the Right Title and Interest I have or shall have att the time of my death w’th my worthy friend Phillip Pargiter Esq to the Prebendary’s Lease of the Prebend of Alrewas in the County of Staffs and to the Tithes and profitts thereof yearly enduring (after the decease of my wife) I give to my said sonne Zachary and his Assigns in as ample and beneficial a manner and under the said Covents and agreements as I have or ought to have in the future. Item The Lease and Interest of years or lives I have from the Towne of Lichfield in a ? ground called Cry Croft lying in Streethay in the county of Staffs in the holding of one Mr Rob’t Bayley of the Citty of Lichfield as also the Lease I hold from the Viccars Choralls of the Cathedrall Church of Lichfield of the Close adjoining to Cry Croft aforesaid w’th seven Acres of Lands belonging to the said lease lying in a comon ffield belonging to the Citty of Lichfield in the holding of one Harrison I give to my sonne John and his Assigns during the contynuance of the said lease for paying yearly to his sister Katherine during the contynnance of the same the sum of ffive pounds out of the yearly Rent ? by the said lease . Item the house I lately purchased of Thomas Green in Sandford Street in the Citty of Lichfield w’th the appurtenances wherein my daughter Katherine now w’th her husband inhabith I give to my said wife - during her naturall life. - (I know she will be kind to her said daughter) and after the decease of my wife my will is this. my said daughter Katherine do enjoy the use of that house during her naturall life. I give also to my said daughter Katherine ffifty pounds. To my grandchild Dorothy Dyott that lives w’th me Two Hundred pounds. Item I give to my sister Drakeford***** (if she be then living att the time of my death) fforty shillings. To my Daughter Babington, Daughter Dyott, and my Daughter Elinor, I give to each of them ffive pounds. To my truly beloved and honest brother in law John Nickyn^ gent. and his wife I give to each of them Twenty Shillings. To my Godsonnes Zachary Dyott and Zachary Levvett I give to each of them ffive pounds. It(em) I give to my Godsonne Zachary Griffith fforty shillings To my Godsonne one of the sonnes of Mr W’m Quinlon of Wall I give ten shilling. To the poor of the p’ish* of Whittington where I live I give ffive pounds to be disposed of att the discretion of my executrix hereinafter named. To my servant that shall live w’th me att the time of my death I give ffive shillings. To my dear friend Mrs Bagnall of Newcastle in this County widdow and relict of my most precious friend Mr Thomas Bagnall deceased I give the two and Twenty shillings piece of gold (put in a pag^^ in this my will) to be forthw’th sent her after my decease being the same her dear husband left me. Item My will is that all the other Legacys hereby given may be payd and sertiffied w’thin two years after my decease (other than the Leases I have here disposed of w’ch will fall as I have given them) And in case I shall not leave sufficient in ready money (att the time of my death) to discharge all the said Legacys hereby given. I do hereby charge the pay’ent of them (for so much as shall be wanting in ready money to do it) uppon the Rents and Proffitts of all my Lands Tenents and Hereditaments in Harlaston Widnesby and Armitage afores’d, to be raised by my Executrix and her Assigns out of the Rents and P’ffitts thereof for soon as conveniently it can be. And lastly I do hereby constitute and appuynt my most dear and loving wife - my most even yokefellow^^^ - the sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament and do hereby give her all my personall effects, not hereby formerly disposed of, And do hereby appuynt my Two sonnes John and Zachary overseers of this my will, not doubting but that they will both and each of them faithfully assisting to their dear mother ? both she and myselfe having been kind parents to them: And I do hereby desire my said sonne John that in case there happen to be An Acre or two (but I doe not know there is so much) of Coppy hold Lands in Whittington, left out of my licence in Longdon Court Coppy to dispose of my Coppy hold Lands there by my last will that he suffer his mother to enjoy it for her life, w’th the house and Lands in Whittington, that I have devised unto her I desire no great solimpuity^^^^, nor ffluveall sermon be preached att my Interment. My dead Corpse will sufficiently distress (to all them present) the certainty of mind and the truth of their succeeding mortalities; In witness that these two sheets of pag^^ filed together and written w’th my own hand contayne my last Will and Testament. I have hereunto putt my hand and seal the seventeenth day - of July …….. in the second year of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord King James the Second of England --- Anno –domini 1686
                Signed sealed published and disclosed by the
                above named Zachary Babington as his last Will
                and Testament in the presence of
                NICHOLAS HARVEY
                THOMAS BLADON
                JOHN BAXTER
                TRANSCRIBED (WITH DIFFICULTY )
                PETER BRITAIN, CIRCA 1976
                PHILIP WOOD, JULY 2001.
                SUE COOKE, OCTOBER 2001
                Notes:
                Italics throughout denote uncertainty of transcription
                *parish
                ** Babington family connections with Wednesbury through William Babington born 1489 who had married the eldest daughter and co-heir of John Beaumont, esq. of Wednesbury
                ***Hard to read, but reference in Victoria History of Staffordshire to a Dodsmore Meadow p 250
                ****Shorter Oxford Dictionary: moiety – (from old French) – a half or either of two (not necessarily equal) parts
                *****Zachary’s sister , Anne, married a Richard Drakeford
                ^Staffs Pedigrees 1664-1700 cites a John Nicken of Hatherton as the father of John Babington (son of Zachary born 1611)’s wife Elizabeth. Brother-in-law probably being used as a loose term, ie a relative by marriage of a similar age.
                ^^pag = (we guess) abbreviation for page
                ^^^Shorter Oxford Dictionary: yoke-fellow = a marriage partner, spouse
                ^^^^solem(p)nité = old French for solemnity. He married Catherine ALDEN, married 1611 in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
          69.    ii.    Edward BABINGTON.
               iii.    Mary BABINGTON, d. 20 Jun 1655.  She married Mathew DYOTT, b. 21 May 1620 in St Mary, Stafford, Staffordshire, England.
               iv.    Eleanor BABINGTON, d. 3 Jan 1678/79.  She married Richard FLOYER.
               v.    Margaret BABINGTON, d. 6 Apr 1663.  She married John BIRCH.
               vi.    Anne BABINGTON, b. Abt 1622.  She married Richard DRAKEFORD.


Generation Fourteen

63.    Ferdinando BABINGTON, b. Abt 1594 in Yealing, Middlesex, England.  He married (1) Anne ALVEY, b. 1632 in Lincolnshire, England (daughter of Robert ALVEY).  He married (2) Mary BONNER, married 11 May 1624 in All Hallows in the Wall, London, England, b. 1606 in Monmouthshire, Wales.
                Children by Anne ALVEY:
               i.    John BABINGTON, b. Abt 1640, d. Aft 1672.
               ii.    Ferdinando BABINGTON.
          70.    iii.    Cornelius BABINGTON b. 1659.

64.    Richard BABINGTON.  of Nantwich, Cheshire, Eng. He married Ann STARKEY, married Abt 1555 (daughter of Richard STARKEY).
                Children:
          71.    i.    Eldred BABINGTON.
               ii.    Edward (Edwin) BABINGTON, b. 1543, d. 1601.  He married Sarah THOROGOOD.
          72.    iii.    Brutus BABINGTON b. Abt 1558.
               iv.    Randall BABINGTON.  He married (1) Maud (BABINGTON), d. 12 Mar 1592.  He married (2) Margery BLAGGE, married 19 May 1593.
          73.    v.    William BABINGTON.

65.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 1603 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 1681 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England.  She married William DANVERS, married 1618, b. 1604, d. 1656 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England.  William: Esq. of Swithland.
                Children:
               i.    Katherine DANVERS, b. Mar 1620 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England.  She married John(Josias) BEESLEY, married 1655.
               ii.    Henry DANVERS, b. Jul 1622 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England, d. 1687 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England.  He married Anne COKE, b. 1620, d. 1686.
               iii.    Anne DANVERS, b. Dec 1627 in Swithland, Leicestershire, England.  She married Samuel HALLOWES, b. 1625.

66.    Mathew BABINGTON, b. 17 May 1612 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England,  d. 27 Sep 1669 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Rothley Temple. M.P. for the co. of Leicester, in 1660, at the restoration of Charles II. He married Anne HOPKINS, married Abt 1634, b. Abt 1615 (daughter of Sampson HOPKINS and Jane (HOPKINS)),  d. 7 Jun 1648.   Anne: Youngest daughter.
                Children:
          74.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 1635.
               ii.    William BABINGTON, b. Abt 1642, d. 18 Dec 1708.  unm.
               iii.    Matthew BABINGTON, b. Abt 1644, d. 1680.  A.M. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
               iv.    Jane BABINGTON.  She married William JESSON.  William: Sir Knight of Burley Park, Leicesershire.
               v.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, d. Bef 1657.
               vi.    Anne BABINGTON.  She married Richard BRETON.  Richard: of Dover.
               vii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.  She married Unknown TOKE.  Unknown: Esq. of Kent.

67.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 11 Aug 1615,  d. 1680.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - A captain of horse on the side of Parliment, for which, on the accession of Charles II, he not only received a pardon under the Great Seal, but was by the interest of his brother, who had always been a zealous loyalist, advanced to be a Major in the Royal Service. Left two sons, on whose decease without issue, their estate descended to their cousin, Thomas Babington, Esq. of Rothley Temple. He married Catherine VERMUYDEN (daughter of Cornelius VERMUYDEN).  Catherine: second dau. of Sir Cornelius Vermuyden.
                Children:
               i.    Henry BABINGTON.
               ii.    William Barnett BABINGTON, d. May 1685.

68.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 1613.  She married (1) Edward STORER, b. Abt 1610.  She married (2) William CLARKE, b. April 1609, d. 1682.  William: An apothecary who provided lodgings for a young Isaac Newton whilst he attended King's School in Grantham.
    William was baptised on April 23, 1609. According to his will, he had a brother Joseph, but little else is known about his early life. William Clarke married twice, first to an unknown woman who bore him two children - Joseph and William. His second marriage was to Katherine Babington, widow, who was from the same line as Anthony Babington. Katherine had several children from a previous marriage, including daughters Katherine and Anne as well as sons Edward and Arthur Storer. Together, Katherine and William had two more children named John and Martha. All of his sons except John followed him into the apothecary trade.
    During the English Civil War, William sided with the parliamentarians. The town of Grantham was captured by Royalists in March, 1643 and on April 11 he was indicted for high treason. On May 22, 1643, however the town was recaptured by Oliver Cromwell and Clarke was released. Following the war William attained wealth and landholdings, but lost much of his fortune following the restoration.
    In 1654, William provided boarding to Isaac Newton as he would be attending King's School with Edward and Arthur Storer. Newton's mother remained in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, which was about eight miles away from the Clarke residence. Many of Newton's biographers have noted that it was the lessons learned from Clarke that sparked Newton's interest in chemistry.
    Clarke eventually retired to Loughborough in Leicestershire, leaving his business to his son, William who apparently had some tensions with his family as his 1671 will contained a clause stating that: "If any be not thanken (sic) that person or persons shall have none".
    According to the Clarke's grandson, Ralph Clarke, also an apothecary in Grantham, Newton left signs of his presence in the garret where he slept in the apothecary’s house on Grantham’s High Street: he carved his name into the boards, and drew charcoal drawings of birds and beasts, men and ships, and abstract shapes on the walls. Newton was said to have had 'a passion' for Clarke's step-daughter, Catherine Storer (later Mrs. Vincent).
                Children by Edward STORER:
               i.    Arthur STORER, b. 1659, d. 1731.  Arthur Storer (c. 1648 – 1686) was America's first colonial astronomer. He came to Calvert County, Maryland, from Lincolnshire, England. He was among the first observers to sight and record data about a magnificent comet that passed over Patuxent skies in 1682.[1] His detailed observations of the comet were very helpful to Isaac Newton, who quoted Storer's data repeatedly in his great scientific work Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Storer's work shows up in a number of Newton's writings. The comet became known as Storer's Comet, until Edmund Halley later predicted the comet's return; thereafter this celestial marvel was known as Halley's Comet.
                A planetarium bearing Storer's name is located in Prince Frederick, Maryland.
                Isaac Newton's well known confessions list in the Fitzwilliam notebook of 1662 includes "beating Arthur Storer". When Isaac was about 12 years old, he was sent away to the Grammar school in Grantham. While in school he boarded at the home of William Clarke, an apothecary on Grantham High Street next to the George Inn. Clarke was the second husband of Arthur's mother Katherine. Katherine brought her four children Edward, Arthur, Katherine and Ann to the marriage.
                Arthur's sister Katherine Storer, did not deny that Newton may have had a romantic interest in her. William Stukeley interviewed her in 1727 after Newton's death when she was 'Mrs Vincent' a widow of 82 years. He wrote: "Sir Isaac & she being thus brought up together, it is said that he entertain'd a passion for her, when they grew up: nor dos she deny it."
                .

69.    Edward BABINGTON, d. 1667.
                Children:
               i.    Constance BABINGTON.


Generation Fifteen

70.    Cornelius BABINGTON, b. 1659.  According to Barry Spence and Lorraine Money - Christopher ?. He married Edna (BABINGTON), married Abt 1678 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
          75.    i.    Christopher BABINGTON b. 9 Oct 1691.

71.    Eldred BABINGTON, d. Aft 1575.  He married Elizabeth (BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Eldred BABINGTON.
               ii.    Eldred BABINGTON, d. Aft 1611.
               iii.    Michael BABINGTON, b. 1582.
               iv.    Brute BABINGTON, d. 1611.  Admitted into Christ's College 1572,  B.A. 1575-76 and became fellow in 1576. Collated to preband of Bishopshall, in Lichfield Cathedral 15 Sept. 1592. Also rector of Thurcaston, Leicestershire and Tatenhill, Staffordshire. In 1610 appointed to bishoprie of  Derry.
               v.    Ury BABINGTON.
               vi.    John BABINGTON.
               vii.    Sibell BABINGTON.  He married Alexander DENNAR, married 10 Jan 1593/94.
               viii.    Anne BABINGTON.
               ix.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.
               x.    Sarah BABINGTON.
               xi.    Mary BABINGTON.

72.    Brutus BABINGTON, b. Abt 1558 in Nantwich, Cheshire, England, d. 10 Sep 1611 in Londonderry, Derry, Ireland, occupation Bishop of Derry.  The Landed Gentry of Ireland:- Bishop of Derry (King's Letter dated 15May 1610), Rector of Thurcaston, Leics. 1586, Preb. of Bishopshall, Lichfield Cathedral, 18Sept. 1592, Rector of Tattenhill, Staffs, consecrated at Drogheda, 10 Sept., 1610, educated Christs Coll. Camb. (B.A. 1576, Fellow 1576, M.A. 1579, B.D. 1586). He married Joan (BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Richard BABINGTON, b. in Thurcaston, Leicestershire, England, d. Bef 1663.  Bought the estate of Tremullen, near Sranorlar, from a Mr Benson in 1641.
          76.    ii.    Edwin BABINGTON.

73.    William BABINGTON.
                Children:
               i.    Ury BABINGTON.
               ii.    Jasper BABINGTON.
               iii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.

74.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1635 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England,  d. 16 Apr 1708 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.   Bourkes Landed Gentry -  of Rothley Temple. MP for Leicester in parliment, in 1685-1688,
    and Sheriff for the co. in 1677. He married (1) Elizabeth JESSON (daughter of William JESSON), d. 8 Apr 1669.   Elizabeth: Dau. of William Jesson, Esq. of Coventry.. No surviving child. He married (2) Margaret HALL (daughter of Henry HALL), d. 12 Feb 1723-24.  Margaret: co-heir to her father.
                Children by Margaret HALL:
          77.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON.
          78.    ii.    William BABINGTON.
               iii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, d. 18 Sep 1751.  unm.
               iv.    Francis BABINGTON.  She married Joseph DANVERS.  Joseph: Sir Joseph, Bart, of Switland.


Generation Sixteen

75.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. 9 Oct 1691 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England, d. 12 Jan 1738, occupation Schoolmaster, Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire.  He married Elizabeth FIELDING, married 27 Apr 1710 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1693 in Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
          79.    i.    John BABINGTON.
               ii.    Nicholas BABINGTON, b. 1 Feb 1721 in Tetford, Lincolnshire, England, d. in in infancy.
               iii.    Ann BABINGTON, b. Abt 1721 in Tetford, Lincolnshire, England.
          80.    iv.    Christopher BABINGTON b. 2 Dec1724.
               v.    William BABINGTON, d. Nov 1727 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.

76.    Edwin BABINGTON.  He married Francisca COCKES, married AUG 1607.
                Children:
          81.    i.    Mathew BABINGTON.
               ii.    UnknownF BABINGTON, b. 3 Aug 1608 in Farmhill, Staffordshire, England.
               iii.    Sarah BABINGTON.

77.    Thomas BABINGTON, d. 31 Jul 1745 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.   Esq. of Rothley Temple. He married Elizabeth KEELING, married 1711,  (daughter of Ralph KEELING), d. 30 Jan 1729-30.
                Children:
          82.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 26 May 1715.

78.    William BABINGTON, d. 5 Dec 1758.  Rector of Cossington and vicar of Rothley. He married Elizabeth DAVENPORT.
                Children:
          83.    i.    William BABINGTON.
               ii.    Anne BABINGTON, d. 1762.  unm.
               iii.    Catherine BABINGTON, d. 1762.  unm.


Generation Seventeen

79.    John BABINGTON.  He married Mary (BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Christopher BABINGTON.

80.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. 2 Dec1724 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1 Jan 1811 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, occupation Schoolmaster, Old Bolingbroke.  All information on Babington's from here are from various sources but not yet
    confirmed. He married (1) Anne WHITE, married 9 May 1742 in Withcall, Lincolnshire, England.  He married (2) Elisabeth OGALSBY, married 27 Dec 1743 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. Nov 1752 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.  Elisabeth: Another source gives spelling as O'Grabley. He married (3) Susannah WILSON, married 1 Jun 1762 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1740 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1805 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children by Elisabeth OGALSBY:
               i.    William BABINGTON, d. 23 Apr 1747 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    Sarah BABINGTON, b. 1748 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.  She married David RICHARDSON.
               iii.    Dinah/Edina/Edna BABINGTON, b. Jan 1750 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Robert WRIGHT.
                Children by Susannah WILSON:
               iv.    Susannah BABINGTON, b. 1763 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Unknown HOBSON.
               v.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1764 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1769 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.
               vi.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. 1766 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.
               vii.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. 1768, d. 1770.
          84.    viii.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 15 May 1768.
          85.    ix.    James BABINGTON b. 28 Mar 1771.
          86.    x.    Edward BABINGTON b. Oct 1773.
               xi.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 1779.  Chr.Reg.No.IGI C027091/2. She married John CLEMENTS, married 1818 in Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.

81.    Mathew BABINGTON, d. Abt 1692.  of Urney, Tyrone, Ireland. He married Unknown GALBRAITH (daughter of James GALBRAITH), d. 1635.
                Children:
          87.    i.    William BABINGTON b. Abt 1651.
          88.    ii.    Richard BABINGTON.
          89.    iii.    Thomas BABINGTON.

82.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 26 May 1715 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England,  d. 20 Jun 1776 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Rothley Temple. High Sheriff of Leicestershire, in 1750.
    Siblings died without issue. He married Lydia CARDALE, married 9 Jan 1758 in Wanlip, b. 1727 (daughter of Joseph CARDALE), d. 4 May 1791,  buried in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.
                Children:
          90.    i.    Thomas BABINGTON b. 18 Dec 1758.
          91.    ii.    Mathew BABINGTON b. 24 Jun 1761.
          92.    iii.    William BABINGTON b. 11 Mar 1763.
          93.    iv.    Joseph BABINGTON.
               v.    Mary BABINGTON.  She married Thomas GISBORNE.  Thomas: Rev., A.M. of Yoxall Lodge, Staffordshire, Prebendary of Durham.

83.    William BABINGTON, d. 14 May 1783.  LL.B., rector of Cossington and vicar of Rothley. He married Mary CARTER.  Mary: dau. of Thomas Carter, Esq.
                Children:
               i.    Maria-Carter BABINGTON.  She married J. H. DALTON, married 1812.


Generation Eighteen

84.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 15 May 1768 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 17 Jun 1849 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.  He married Martha KENT, married 4 Mar 1794 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England, b. Abt 1781 in Lincolnshire, England, d. Nov 1854 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 21 Jun 1794 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England, d. May 1851 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.  Children:-  Mary  b: 1814 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                Martha  b: 1816 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                Thomas Babington  b: 1818 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                John b: 1820 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                Joseph b: 1822 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                Elizabeth  b: 1824 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                James Ash  b: 1828 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England
                Susanna  b: 1836 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England. She married James OLIVER, b. 1787 in Market Stainton, Lincolnshire, England, d. Mar 1852 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1795 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
          94.    iii.    John Barnabas BABINGTON b. 17 Jun 1798.
               iv.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 1800 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               v.    Martha BABINGTON, b. 1803 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               vi.    Joseph BABINGTON, b. 15 Jun 1806 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Rachel DUCKERING, married 25 Dec 1834 in Panton by Wragby, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1811 in East Barkwith, Lincolnshire, England.
               vii.    Susan BABINGTON, b. 1815 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               viii.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1817.

85.    James BABINGTON, b. 28 Mar 1771 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. Feb 1856, occupation Printer.  James was a printer in the High St of Horncastle, he and his partner (Boulton) were publishing the registers of the Coningsby parish at the time of the birth of Mary Jane (1845). He married Felicia (BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Felicia BABINGTON, b. 1805 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    Frances BABINGTON, b. 1806 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               iii.    James BABINGTON, b. 1807 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               iv.    Letitia BABINGTON, b. 1809 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Henry BOLTON.  Henry: Another source shows BOULTON.
               v.    Frederick BABINGTON, b. 1810 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               vi.    William BABINGTON, b. 1812 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
          95.    vii.    Henry BABINGTON b. 9 Mar 1815.
               viii.    Elizabeth Jane BABINGTON, b. 1818 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               ix.    Jane Felicia BABINGTON, b. 19 Oct 1820 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.

86.    Edward BABINGTON, b. Oct 1773 in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England, d. 18 Jul 1828 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  Convicted at March Assizes 1823 (trial date 08/03/1823, occupation, labourer) of slaughtering a wether sheep, the property of J Holden, and taking away the carcass, leaving the skin, head and entrails. Transported for life arriving Tas. per "Phoenix II" July 1824. Married with 7 children, aged 50, 5' 9'', grey eyes, brown hair, occ. Ploughman shepherd. Assigned to J. Thomas and in Dec. 1824 application was made for wife and family to be brought from Eng. They arrived on the ship "Sir Charles Forbes", a female convict ship dep. 16 Sep 1826, arriving Hobart 3 Jan 1827.
    Convict #2239.
    Tasmanian Colonial Index compiled by FHC Resources Group, Kiama, shows 19 entries for Bab(b)ington.
    LDS AVR Death, Sex: Male, Age at Death: 54, Death Date: 24 Jul 1828, Reg Year: 1828 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1718. He married Mary BROWN, married 14 May 1798 in Asgarby Church, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1771, d. 1 Feb 1831 in Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
          96.    i.    Richard BABINGTON b. 22 Mar 1799.
          97.    ii.    Edward BABINGTON b. 14 Mar 1801.
               iii.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 23 Aug 1802, d. 1807.
               iv.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 9 Oct 1803 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England, d. Oct 1873 in Lincolnshire, England.  She married Unknown MEAD(S).
          98.    v.    Rebecca BABINGTON b. 23 Feb 1805.
          99.    vi.    Susanna BABINGTON b. 8 Feb 1808.
               vii.    Peter BABINGTON, b. 20 Oct 1809 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1810, buried 3 Apr 1810 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England.
          100.    viii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON b. 19 Sep 1810.
               ix.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. Dec 1811 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. in in infancy.
          101.    x.    James (John) BABINGTON b. 28 Dec 1814.

87.    William BABINGTON, b. Abt 1651, d. Dec 1702.  His wife and his brother's wife were half sisters. He married Rebecca WRAY, married Abt 1671, b. 1655 in Castle Wray, Donegal, Ireland (daughter of William WRAY and Anna SAMPSON).   Rebecca: of Castle Wray, Donegal, Ireland.
                Children:
               i.    Henry BABINGTON, d. BEF 1719.
               ii.    William BABINGTON, b. Abt 1694, buried 3 Feb 1735/36 in Dublin, Ireland.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Urney, High Sheriff ofco Donegal 1722, and of co. Tyrone 1725. He married Katherine JOHNSTON (daughter of John JOHNSTON), d. NOV 1758.
          102.    iii.    Ralph BABINGTON b. Abt 1696.
               iv.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. ABT 1698, d. 10 Apr 1751 in Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland.
          103.    v.    Richard BABINGTON b. Abt 1699.

88.    Richard BABINGTON.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Mullagh or Daisy Hill, co Londonderry Ireland. He married Isabella WRAY, married Abt 1749 (daughter of William WRAY and Angel GALBRAITH).   Isabella: of Fare, Donegal, Ireland.
                Children:
          104.    i.    William BABINGTON b. Abt 1713.
               ii.    Sarah BABINGTON.
               iii.    Anne BABINGTON.
               iv.    Henry BABINGTON.
               v.    Ralph BABINGTON.
               vi.    Thomas BABINGTON.  of Dublin, Ireland.
          105.    vii.    Humphrey BABINGTON b. 11 Oct 1715.
          106.    viii.    George BABINGTON b. ABT 1718.
          107.    ix.    Richard BABINGTON b. 1720.
               x.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1741, d. 2 Apr 1813.

89.    Thomas BABINGTON.  He married Isabella STRONG, married ABT 1754 (daughter of James STRONG).
                Children:
               i.    Mathew BABINGTON.  He married Ann HAMILTON.
          108.    ii.    Thomas BABINGTON.

90.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 18 Dec 1758,  d. 21 Nov 1837 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.   Thomas Babington (1758-1837) inherited Rothley and other land in Leicestershire in 1776. He was educated at St John's College, Cambridge, where he met William Wilberforce and other prominent anti-slavery agitators. He was also influenced by the women in his life. His mother, Lydia, was a member of the London Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in the late 1780s. His wife, Jean, was the sister of Zachary Macaulay, a leader of the anti-slavery movement in the early 19th century.
    Babington was an evangelical Christian of independent means who devoted himself to a number of good causes. He offered to pay half the cost of smallpox inoculation for people in Rothley in 1784-5. He set up a local Friendly Society to purchase corn for sale to the poor at a lower price to improve the lives and diet of his estate workers. He supported moves to extend voting rights to more people. He was High Sheriff of Leicestershire in 1780 and one of the Leicester MPs from 1800 until 1818.
    
    He died at Rothley Temple in 1837 at the age of 78, and is buried in the chapel there.
    Bourkes Landed Gentry -  of Rothley Temple. High Sheriff of Leicestershire 1780, M.P. for Leicester in five successive parliments, from 1800 to 1818. educ Rugby and St. John's Coll. Camb. He married Jean MACAULAY, married 8 Oct 1787,  b. 2 Sep 1764 in Lismore, Appin, Argyll, Scotland (daughter of John MACAULAY and Margaret CAMPBELL),  d. 21 Sep 1845 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  Jean:.
                Children:
          109.    i.    Thomas Gisborne BABINGTON b. 24 Jul 1788.
          110.    ii.    Lydia BABINGTON b. 8 Nov 1789.
               iii.    John BABINGTON, b. 6 Sep 1791 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  A.M., rector of Cossington. He married Maria Frances PRATT, married 21 Apr 1818 (daughter of J.S. PRATT).
          111.    iv.    Matthew BABINGTON b. 5 Sep 1792.
               v.    George Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 22 Jan 1794 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 1856.  F.R.S. of Golden Sqare, London. He married Sarah Anne PEARSON, married 18 Sep 1817, b. 1795 (daughter of John PEARSON).
               vi.    Jean BABINGTON, d. 16 Dec 1839, b. 16 Jan 1798 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  unm.
          112.    vii.    Mary BABINGTON b. 17 Jun 1799.
               viii.    William Henry BABINGTON, b. 30 Jan 1803.  in the E.I.C.C.S., Madras. He married Sarah DISNEY, married 6 Jan 1830 in Madras, India, b. abt 1800 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England (daughter of General F. DISNEY).
               ix.    Margaret Anne BABINGTON, b. 1804 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 7 Mar 1819.  unm.
               x.    Charles Roos BABINGTON, b. 11 Jul 1806 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 16 Sep 1826.  unm.

91.    Mathew BABINGTON, b. 24 Jun 1761 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 6 May 1796.  A.M., Fellow of St. Johns College, Cambridge, vicar of Rothley. He married Elizabeth DRAKE, married 1787 (daughter of Richard Roberts DRAKE), d. 26 JUNE 1793.
                Children:
          113.    i.    Matthew Drake BABINGTON b. 11 Jul 1788.
               ii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON.  She married Robert STRANGE, married 1829.  Robert: Esq., M.D. of Naples.

92.    William BABINGTON, b. 11 Mar 1763, d. 7 Jan 1820, occupation Rector of Cossington.  He married Elizabeth Newbold NOBLE, married 1787 (daughter of Henry Lovell NOBLE), d. 13 Mar 1832.
                Children:
               i.    Elizabeth Lydia BABINGTON, b. 7 Jan 1784, d. 13 Mar 1789.
          114.    ii.    William BABINGTON b. 10 Dec 1790.
          115.    iii.    Samuel BABINGTON b. 28 Nov 1792.
               iv.    Jane Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 1 Dec 1793, d. 13 Apr 1794.
          116.    v.    Eliza BABINGTON.
               vi.    Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 7 Mar 1812.

93.    Joseph BABINGTON, d. 16 Dec 1826.  M.D. of Ludlow. He married Catherine WHITTER, d. 18 Nov 1833.  Catherine: dau. of John Whitter Esq. of Bradninch, Devon.
                Children:
               i.    Charles Cardale BABINGTON, b. 23 Nov 1808 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England, d. 22 Jul 1895.  A.M., F.L.S., and F.G.S., of St. Johns College, Cambridge.
                studied at St John's College, Cambridge , obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in 1830 and his Master of Arts in 1833.[1] He obtained the chair of botany at the University of Cambridge  in 1861 and wrote several papers on insects.
                Babington was a member of several scientific societies including the Botanical Society of Edinburgh ,the Linnean Society of London , the Geological Society of London , the Royal Society  (1851) and he participated ,in 1833 in the foundation of the Royal Entomological Society .
                He wrote Manual of British Botany (1843), Flora of Cambridgeshire (1860), The British Rubi (1869) and edited the publication Annals and Magazine of Natural History  from 1842. His herbarium and library are conserved by the University of Cambridge. He married Anna Maria WALKER, married 3 APRIL 1866 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.


Generation Nineteen

94.    John Barnabas BABINGTON, b. 17 Jun 1798 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England, d. 30 Mar 1876 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.  He married Sarah EAST, married 16 Aug 1825 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1802 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Sarah BABINGTON, b. 18 Jun 1826 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    Susan BABINGTON, b. 31 Dec 1830 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
          117.    iii.    John BABINGTON b. 30 Aug 1835.

95.    Henry BABINGTON, b. 9 Mar 1815 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.  It states on their marriage certificate: ‘Marriage of Henry Babington of this parish and Helen Howden of this parish, by licence, 27th June 1837, signed by both parties. Witnesses John Smith and Rebecca Howden. He married Helen HOWDEN, married 27 Jun 1837 in St. Marys Church, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1816 in Tetford, Lincolnshire, England, d. May 1878 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    William BABINGTON, b. Abt 1839 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
          118.    ii.    Felicia BABINGTON b. 11 Sep 1840.
               iii.    Rebecca Smith BABINGTON, b. 25 Mar 1843 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
               iv.    Ann BABINGTON, b. 25 Mar 1843 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.
          119.    v.    Mary Jane BABINGTON b. 14 Sep 1846.
               vi.    Helen Howden BABINGTON, b. 22 Oct 1848 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1851 in Lincolnshire, England.
               vii.    James William BABINGTON, b. Jun 1851 in St Swithin, Lincolnshire, England, d. Mar 1853 in Lincolnshire, England.
          120.    viii.    John Naylor BABINGTON b. 1857.

96.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 22 Mar 1799 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England, d. 6 Apr 1853 in Glenlyon Station, Victoria, Australia, occupation convict/squatter.  Tried at Lindsey Quarter Sessions Louth, 27 Oct 1829 (trial date 27/10/1829) with stealing bacon, wheatmeal & 2 sacks from Henry Wood of Toynton St. Peter, Miller. Arrived per Nithsdale (fiche 675,p094, #66). Ticket of Leave granted (TL34/1605) 1830. Jan 1840 employed as casual labour by Alexander Mollison,the first squatter in the Loddon Valley he joined with John Carpenter to set up a run (Glen Lyon)in 1844.. Application for the Glen Lyon lease made 27 Mar. 1848. A lease for 10,240 acres granted. Killed when thrown from a horse.
    LDS AVR - Marriage, Spouse: HALDEN, Mary, Index Year: 1845, Reg Year: 1845 Reg State: New South Wales, Ref Number: V1845777 30B Parish: Melbourne, St James' (Vic), Church of England. He married (1) Mary STARMER, married 5 Oct 1821 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.  He married (2) Mary CRAIG, married 24 Sep 1845 in Victoria, Australia, d. 1850.
                Children by Mary STARMER:
               i.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 1824.
               ii.    Mary BABINGTON, b. Nov 1828 in Thornton Le Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children by Mary CRAIG:
          121.    iii.    Rebecca Mary BABINGTON b. Abt 1849.
          122.    iv.    Susannah BABINGTON b. 1849.
          123.    v.    Richard BABINGTON b. 1849.

97.    Edward BABINGTON, b. 14 Mar 1801 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England, d. 18 Nov 1849 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.  Tried for uttering base coins in 1823 and imprisoned for 1 year. He married Anne LAKE, married 25 Aug 1825 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1801 in Algarkirk, Lincolnshire, England, d. 9 Oct 1877 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    John BABINGTON, b. 1825.
               ii.    Mary Ann BABINGTON, b. 15 Feb 1826 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
               iii.    Harriet BABINGTON, b. 1828.
          124.    iv.    Susannah BABINGTON b. 8 Jun 1828.
          125.    v.    Elizabeth Lucy BABINGTON b. 24 Oct 1830.
               vi.    Benjamin Lake BABINGTON, b. 20 Jan 1833 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England.
          126.    vii.    Richard Lawson BABINGTON b. 5 Jul 1835.
               viii.    Rebecca BABINGTON, b. 5 Nov 1837 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England.
               ix.    Edward Brown BABINGTON, b. 6 Feb 1840 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England, d. Aft 1891.  He married Ann (BABINGTON), married 1838 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire, England.
          127.    x.    Mildred BABINGTON b. 24 Jan 1843.
          128.    xi.    Hephzibah Ruth BABINGTON b. 22 Aug 1845.

98.    Rebecca BABINGTON, b. 23 Feb 1805 in East Kirby, Lincolnshire, England, d. 9 Dec 1863 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Marriage, Reg Year: 1828 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1116. She married George Samuel BEARD, married 13 May 1828 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 22 Jan 1797 in Painswick, Gloucestershire, England (son of Samuel BEARD and Ann PURNELL),  d. 18 Oct 1871 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, occupation Hatter.  George:  Born in 1805 in England & christened on Feb 18, 1805 according to the convict records. However, according to the family bible he was born January 22, 1797. George was tried at Gloucester on Aug 9, 1820 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing cloth.The Gaolers Report states `supposed guilty of stealing fowls`. George departed England on January 4, 1821 on the `Lady Ridley` and arrived Van Diemens Land, 27th June 1821. According to his convict record his conduct was `orderley` (sic) and he had a `wife and one child at Painswick` (Gloucester.) His marriage in England may never have been formalised and she may have been a common-law-wife, as no record has been found to date. George BEARD`s record states he was 5`6` tall, brown hair, grey eyes, freckled, age 24, occupation hatter.The date of his Free Certificate was dated 8 August 1927.
    Samuel supposedly left home, never to return after his father remarried. He was supposedly a cruel man, and his wife and children suffered greatly.
    Gaol Records Summer Assizes 1820 17 May 1820, number 34 Samuel Beard aged 23 of Painswick Committed by Henry Burgh & Co and Henry Cooke Esq Charged on Oath of Thomas Mills of the parish of Pitchombe, Clothier and others with having on the night of Monday last, feloniously broken open the house of the said Thomas Mills and taken and carried away five ends of superfine Savoury Black Cloth, the property of the said Thomas Mills and ors Description Height, 5`6` Dark Brown Hair Light Grey Eyes Pale complexion Long Face Long nose Wide mouth and thick lips The letters `SB` on the small of his left arm Slender Made Can read and write. Tried 9 August 1820, Transported 7 years.
    Possible first wife is Maria Saunders.
                Children:
          129.    i.    Anne BEARD b. 12 Mar 1829.
          130.    ii.    Susanna Priscilla BEARD b. 14 Mar 1831.
               iii.    Rebecca BEARD, b. 25 Mar 1833 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 2 Oct 1899 in Port Cygnet, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1833, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 4729. She married William MITSON, married 12 Jul 1851 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1827, d. 1899 in Port Cygnet, Tasmania, Australia.  William: Owned a house and farm of 47 acres at Glazier's Bay (VR58,62). He is listed as a farmer living at Glaziers Bay in 1867 (MDT). Rebecca Mitson died in 1899, aged 66 at "Babington Lodge" Silver Hill, Cygnet (death notice Mercury). According to the PO Directory for 1890, William Mitson was a farmer. He died in Hobart in 1921 (death notice Mercury).
                .
          131.    iv.    Alfred William BEARD b. 7 Sep 1835.
          132.    v.    George Frederick BEARD b. 6 Dec 1837.
          133.    vi.    Mary Elizabeth BEARD b. 13 May 1840.
          134.    vii.    Esther Felicia BEARD b. 1 May 1843.
          135.    viii.    Edward William BEARD b. 16 Jan 1846.

99.    Susanna BABINGTON, b. 8 Feb 1808 in Asquith, Licolnshire, England, d. 12 May 1893 in Tasmania, Australia, buried in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Marriage, Reg Year: 1828 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1154. She married William LAWRENCE, married 15 Nov 1828 in Hobart Town, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1802, d. 25 Jun 1884 in Tasmania, Australia, buried in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.  William: Trading master of the brig, "William Staveld" on a voyage to the South Sea Islands.
    Arrived in Van Dieman's Land in 1830 per the "Dart" from New South Wales.
    June, 1830 - applied for a grant of land, being in possession of cash and receipts amounting to one thousand pounds.
    Granted 320 acres which he selected at Variety Bay, North Bruny Island.
    Appointed pilot on 12 October, 1831 (Ref: Government notice No. 207/1831).
    Responsible for the erection of St. Peter's Church, Variety Bay which was built with convict-made brick and by convict labour on his land grant which was also the site of the Variety Bay Pilot Station.
                Children:
               i.    William LAWRENCE, b. 23 Aug 1832, d. 1832.
          136.    ii.    Mary LAWRENCE b. 17 Jun 1834.
          137.    iii.    Esther LAWRENCE b. 9 Jun 1836.
          138.    iv.    Susanna LAWRENCE b. 12 Jul 1839.

100.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 19 Sep 1810 in Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, England, d. 27 Sep 1895 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  LDS AVR - Marriage, Reg Year: 1830, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1394
    Inscription on Tombstone of Davis Grave, C/E. Section BB169
    Elizabeth Davis the beloved wife of the above, who departed this life on
    Feb.27th.1895 in her 85th year.
    Farewell dear children, we loved you well
    While life did last.
    Weep not for me,Nor in sorrow pine,
    But wait God's own appointed time. She married George Augustus DAVIS, married 8 Mar 1830 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 5 Apr 1807 in Dursley, Gloucestershire, England (son of John DAVIS and Johanna MOODY),  d. 1 Apr 1881 in Drummond Cottage, Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia, buried in Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia.  George: (Notes from Sarah Davis sarahd@ozonline.com.au) There is some family folklore that George and Elizabeth were involved in illegal horse trading / importing - not proven but sounds fine!  They did  have the licences for a few toll ways around Sydney, including the one to Paramatta.
    (Notes from Suzanne Reddick suedav1@aapt.net.au) My GGG-grandfather, George Davis, and his two brothers, John and Edward, were transported to Tasmania on the Princess Charlotte in July, 1824. They had been found guilty of stealing "a brass pot and a quantity of meat". All were sentenced to 7 years in Van Diemens Land. George was the youngest of the three brothers, aged 17 when sentenced, a rope and twine maker, his brothers John and Edward were (a) shoemaker and baker respectively. Some of George's records have survived: his gaol report stated he was a 'very bad character, brother to John Davis' and his hulks report stated "Orderly; once sentenced to 6 months for poaching". After arrival in VDL George continued to invite trouble. In 1825 he was assigned to a Mr Makepeace, his Master, but was "found in a disorderly house", punished, and returned to Mr Makepeace. In 1827 he was apparently absent from church, punished and returned to his Master. In March 1828 he was caught after "leaving his Master's premises, remained out all night", and sentenced to 7 days on the chain gang. In January 1829 George was found "at Cowley's house for the purpose of drinking and gambling, without his Master's authority" and sentenced to 7 days on the tread wheel then returned to his Master. In March 1830 he married Elizabeth Babington, sister of Rebecca. In August 1830 he was found guilty of "fathering a male child (since dead) by Mary Jane Archer"; he was deprived of his ticket of leave and placed on the chain gang for the remainder of his original sentence. George was granted his Freedom Certificate 7 years to the day after he was sentenced in Gloucestershire.
    As a transported convict George required permission to marry - granted Feb 1830. At the time of his death he was living at  Drummond Cottage  , Liverpool, Sydney, New South Wales.
    
    Notice (probably from Sydney newspaper):George Davis will let Public House on the Liverpool Road is removing to The Wheat Sheaf on the Parramatta Road, 8th March,1828. Advertisement repeated 5th & 14th March.
    
    EXCERPT FROM ARCHIVES OFFICE OF TASMANIA, HOBART.
    Marriage solemnised in parish of Hobartown, County of Buckingham in the year 1830. N304 George Davis (convict) Bachelor married Elizabeth Babington Spinster. (Both seemed to have signed with their own signature ("mark" not mentioned). George is described as a "Ropemaker" in the Baptismal Register of 1831.
    Tried at Gloucester on 31 march 1824 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a brass pot and a quantity of meat. He was 17 years old, a rope and twine maker, and described as 5'2 1/2" tall with brown hair and grey eyes. His native place was recorded as Dursley. His distinguished marks included a scar in the centre of his forehead, a small scar in the centre of the back of his left hand, a woman and a bird tattooed on his right hand, an anchor on his left arm, and a crucifix, sun, moon, stars and heart on the same arm.
    
    Inscription on Tombstone of Davis Grave, C/E. Section BB169
    In Loving Remembrance of George Davis who died at Liverpool 2nd April 188. Aged 74 years.
    Thou are gone to the grave,
    But we will not deplore thee,
    Since God was thy refuge
    Thy Guardian and guide.
    He gave thee, he took thee
    Where death has no sting
    For the Saviour Has died.
    
    Also
    
    Elizabeth Davis the beloved wife of the above, who departed this
    life on Feb.27th.895 in her 85th. year.
    Farewell dear children, we loved you well
    While life did last.
    Weep not for me, nor in sorrow pine
    But wait God's own appointed time.
    
    Also
    
    Charles Lighton Babington Cole: Grandson of the above, who fell
    asleep in Jesus 20th. Aug.1893 aged 3 years.
    Our dear Lord took our little darling in his arms
    And carries him in his bosom.
    In Loving Memory of our dear Mother
    Elizabeth Page, daughter of the above, died 22nd. Sept.198 aged 81 years.
    Thy will be done.
    In Loving Memory of our dear father,
    Albert England Davis died 23rd. Aug.925.aged 83 years.
    
    The following offences were entered on the colonial record of George Davis.
    19 September 1825- Public Works/Found in a disorderly house yesterday - discharged.
    3 March 1827-     Makepeace/Absent from church muster last Sunday - reprimanded.
    17 March 1828-     Makepeace/Leaving his master's premises and remaining out all night-7 days chain gang, and returned to his master.
    1 January 1829-    Makepeace/Found yesterday afternoon at William Cowley's house for the purpose of drinking and gambling without his master's authority-7 days treadwheel and returned to his master.
    20 August 1830-    Ticket of Leave/Disorderly and indecent conduct in having an illicit intercourse with Mary Ann Archer in consequence of which she was delivered of a male child (since dead)-to be deprived of his Ticket of Leave and recommended to be worked in chain gang for remainder of his original sentence.
    Gained Certificate of Freedom on 31 Mar 1831 (Refer Con 23/1).
    For information on his conduct in the Colony see Co. 31/9.
    Letter from Archives Office of Tasmania File 76/365 MB/JA dated 12 Dec 1975
    indicates George Davis arrived on the "Princess Charlotte", 9 Nov 1824.
                Children:
          139.    i.    George Augustus DAVIS b. 19 Nov 1831.
          140.    ii.    Joshua Josiah DAVIS b. 23 Oct 1834.
          141.    iii.    Elizabeth P DAVIS b. 26 Apr 1837.
          142.    iv.    Charles Frederick DAVIS b. 13 May 1839.
          143.    v.    Albert England Babington DAVIS b. 5 May 1842.
               vi.    James DAVIS, b. 1844.
          144.    vii.    Joseph Abraham DAVIS b. 23 Feb 1845.
               viii.    Joannah DAVIS, b. 3 Nov 1847 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1880.  She married Mathew Donald PICTON.
               ix.    Mary Ann DAVIS, b. 1851 in Enfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1924 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Thomas SIDWELL, married 1872 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, b. 29 Apr 1851 in Braidwood, New South Wales, Australia (son of William SIDWELL and Mary HEGARTY),  d. 26 Aug 1932 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.  Thomas: Lived Shaws Creek, Goulburn. Labourer, innkeeper.
          145.    x.    Susan Harriet DAVIS b. 28 May 1854.

101.    James (John) BABINGTON, b. 28 Dec 1814 in Stickford, Lincolnshire, England, d. 10 Dec 1883 in Glenlyon Station, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Marriage, Spouse: SOUTHY, Ann, Marriage Date: 13 Jul 1835, Reg Year: 1835 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 2958.
    Marriage, Spouse: MOULD, Elizabeth Louisa, Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 980.
     On the death of his brother, Richard, James took over the running of Glenlyon Station and some accounts indicate he ended up with it all.
    
    The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) June 18, 1853
    In the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victona
    ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.
    In the goods of Richard Babington, late of the Glenlyon Station, in the county of Talbot, in the Colony of Victoria, scttlei, deceased
    NOTICE is hereby given, that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication of this notice, application will be made to the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that letters of administration of all and singular the goods, chattels, credits and edicts of the abovenamed Richard Babington, deceased, may be granted to James Babington, of Richmond, in the Colony of Van Diemen's Land, the brother of the said Richard Babington deceased, as guardian of Sarah Babington, Richard Babington and Rebecca Babington, the infant and only children of the said Richard Babington deceased.
    Dated the seventh day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.
    TRENCHARD & BROOKFIELD,
    Proctors for the said James Babington
    
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic)  Wednesday 15 April 1857, page 8
    TO LET, the well-known GLENLYON STATION, on the River Loddon, near the Jim Crow Diggings, Malmesbury and Dalessford road passing through the station, consisting of 320 acres of purchased land, 10 acres of which are in cultivation, well fenced, with good house and garden, outbuildings and stabling, dairy cows, pigs, and poultry, farming imple-ments, and everything necessary to carry on an extensive dairy and farming business.
    Application to be made on the station to JAMES BABINGTON, Esq., proprietor. He married (1) Ann SOUTHEY, married 13 Jul 1835 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.  Ann: Arrived in Dieman's Land on the "Strathfieldsaye" from Gravesend 15th August 1834. She was a cook and laundress, aged 23 years and arrived with over two hundred other young women brought out as domestics, milliners and dressmakers. She went to work for a Mr Wrighte, Launceston at a salary of 14 pounds per year, and was with good character.
    . He married (2) Louisa Elizabeth MOULD, married 10 Feb 1859 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, b. 1843 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia (daughter of George MOULD and Martha MOIR),  d. 26 Jan 1901 in "Balgay", Tottenham, New South Wales, Australia.  Louisa: Louisa married James Babington on 10 February 1859 in Daylesford Victoria, Australia. At the time of this marriage she was 16 years of age. They had two Daughters, Georgiana Babington born on 9th November 1859 and Louisa Matilda Babington born in 1861. Louisa died at the age of 5 in 1864, and Louisa died at 3 years of age in the same year. On further information received from Elyse Carpenter, Great Great Great Grand Daughter of James Babington, it appears that James and Louisa Elizabeth Mould split up soon after their children died.
    On the marriage certificate for James Horberry Lindley and Louisa Elizabeth Babington (nee Mould) on 20th March 1890 it states that Louisa had two children from Previous marriage, both deceased.This was Georgiana and Louisa Matilda Babington. It also states that Louisa was a widow (1887) when she married James Horberry Lindley. She would have been a widow before that as James Babington died in 1883.
    The following children must have been born after Louisa and James Babington split up, this being the reason for the confusion of Father and Mother's names.
    
    Frances Mary Babington was born in 1864 to Louisa Babington with father unknown.
    James William Mould was born in 1872 and registered with father unknown and mother as Louisa Mould, then he was registered a second time as James Lindley with the same reg. no. to Louisa Bab Mould and Father was Horberry Lindley.
    Frederick Joseph was registered 3 times with same reg.no.
    (1) Frederick Joseph Babington, Father unknown, Mother: Louisa Mould
    (2) Frederick Joseph Lindley. Father: Horberry, Mother: Louisa Mould
    (3) Frederick Joseph Mould. Father: Unknown, Mother: Louisa Mould.
    It would appear that these children were all born to Louisa Babington ( nee Mould) and Horberry Lindley (James Horberry Lindley) Before they were married in 1890.
    All the other children were born with name Lindley to James Horberry Lindley.
                Children by Ann SOUTHEY:
          146.    i.    Mary Ann Maria BABINGTON b. 1 Apr 1836.
          147.    ii.    James Alfred BABINGTON b. 17 Aug 1838.
          148.    iii.    Laetitia Louisa BABINGTON b. 8 Apr 1841.
          149.    iv.    Emma BABINGTON b. 7 Dec 1843.
               v.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 13 Jul 1846 in Brighton, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1846 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 411.
               vi.    Edward BABINGTON, b. 4 May 1848 in Richmond, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Sex: Male Father: James,  Mother: Southey Anne, Event Date: 04 May 1848, Reg Year: 1848 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1037.
                Children by Louisa Elizabeth MOULD:
               vii.    Georgina BABINGTON, b. 1859 in Hepburn, Victoria, Australia, d. 1864 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Event Place: Hepburn, Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 20514.
               viii.    Louisa Matilda BABINGTON, b. 1861 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1864 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Event Place: Glenlyon, Reg Year: 1861 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 21884.
               ix.    Frances Mary BABINGTON, b. 11 Jan 1864 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1945 in Preston, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Dad may be James or Horberry so in as unknown until/unless verified.
                LDS AVR - Birth, Mother: BABINGTON Louisa, Event Place: Glen, Reg Year: 1864 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 1962. She married Thomas David WADE, married 11 Mar 1879 in Youanmite, Victoria, Australia, b. 1852, d. 1936 in Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

102.    Ralph BABINGTON, b. Abt 1696, d. 2 Apr 1764.   of Greenfort, Donegal, Ireland. He married Angel WRAY (daughter of Humphrey WRAY).
                Children:
          150.    i.    Humphrey BABINGTON b. 1742.
          151.    ii.    Richard BABINGTON b. 1743.
               iii.    Rebecca BABINGTON, b. 1744 in Greenfort, Donegal, Ireland.  She married John MORGAN, married 2 Apr 1764.
               iv.    Katherine BABINGTON, b. 1745 in Greenfort, Donegal, Ireland.  She married Owen DIGBY, married 1770.

103.    Richard BABINGTON, b. Abt 1699.  He married Ann STEWART.
                Children:
          152.    i.    William BABINGTON.
               ii.    Elizabeth BABINGTON, d. 1774.  She married John PERKINS.
          153.    iii.    Anne BABINGTON.

104.    William BABINGTON, b. Abt 1713, d. 25 Mar 1777.  Revd. William Babington, born 1713, at Trinity College Dublin in the 1730s, he became a curate at Mevagh in Donegal and after other church positions died on March 25, 1777
    Bourkes Landed Gentry - will dated 20 Nov 1789, pr. 25 Feb 1790. He married Dorothea CAMPBELL, married Abt 1750.
                Children:
          154.    i.    Murray BABINGTON.
               ii.    Richard BABINGTON.
               iii.    Dorothea BABINGTON.
               iv.    Marianne BABINGTON.  She married John PATTON, married 1787.
               v.    Margaret BABINGTON.  She married William PATTON, married 1787.  William: of Croaghan House, Tamney in Fanad, Donegal.
          155.    vi.    William BABINGTON b. 1741.
               vii.    Wray BABINGTON, b. 1752, d. in Canada.

105.    Humphrey BABINGTON, b. 11 Oct 1715 in Portglenone, Co Antrim, Ireland.   Church of Ireland minister.   He married Anne BUTTLE, married 5 Nov 1744.
                Children:
               i.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 28 Aug 1745.
               ii.    Isabella BABINGTON, b. 22 Aug 1746.
               iii.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1 Jan 1747/48, d. 1821.  He married Mary MARSHALL, married 1779.
               iv.    Arthur BABINGTON, b. 5 Oct 1751.
          156.    v.    William BABINGTON b. 21 May 1756.
          157.    vi.    David BABINGTON b. 30 Nov 1758.
               vii.    Anne Catherine BABINGTON, b. 14 Mar 1762, d. 28 Nov 1838.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - died unmarried.
               viii.    Angel BABINGTON, b. 3 Aug 1764,  d. 1845.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - died unmarried.
               ix.    Maria BABINGTON, b. 7 Mar 1770,  d. 2 Apr 1851.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - died unmarried.

106.    George BABINGTON, b. ABT 1718, d. ABT 1785.  of Londonderry, Ireland. He married Mary STAFFORD, married 1762 (daughter of Edmund STAFFORD), d. 28 Apr 1813.
                Children:
               i.    Isabella BABINGTON, b. 1763, d. Mar 1828.
          158.    ii.    Richard BABINGTON b. 17 Feb 1765.
               iii.    Dorothea BABINGTON, b. 1767.
               iv.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 1769, d. 28 Apr 1840.
               v.    Anthony BABINGTON, b. 1772.
               vi.    Angel BABINGTON, b. 6 Aug 1774, d. 6 Nov 1832.
          159.    vii.    George Kinsley BABINGTON b. 29 Dec 1776.
               viii.    Margaret BABINGTON, b. 1779.

107.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1720, d. 27 Apr 1800.  He married Mary MARSHALL (daughter of Cornelius MARSHALL).
                Children:
               i.    David BABINGTON.  of Gocers Hall, Londonderry, M.P. for Ballyshannon.

108.    Thomas BABINGTON, d. Aft May 1735.
                Children:
               i.    Richard BABINGTON.  He married Mary STEWART.
               ii.    James BABINGTON.

109.    Thomas Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 24 Jul 1788 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England,  d. 19 Jan 1871 in Close, Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.  Burkes Landed Gentry - , M.A., J.P.of Rothley Temple. He married (1) Augusta Julia NOEL, married 27 Apr 1814,  b. 1796 in Exton, Rutland, England (daughter of Gerard Noel NOEL and Diana MIDDLETON),  d. 19 Jun 1833.   Augusta: Burkes Landed Gentry - Hon. Augusta Julia Noel, sister of Charles, 1st Earl of Gainsborough and 4th dau. of Sir Gerard Noel Noel, 2nd Bt., of Exton Park, Rutland, by his 1st wife, Diana, Baroness Barham. He married (2) Augusta Felicita Francois Theresa VECQERAY, married Jun 1841 in Franfurt Am Main, Hessen, Germany, b. 17 Dec 1812 in Vital, Aachen Stadt, Preussen, Germany (daughter of Francis Gerard VECQUERAY), d. 23 Jul 1890 in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
                Children by Augusta Julia NOEL:
          160.    i.    Thomas Arthur BABINGTON b. 25 Nov 1820.
               ii.    Charles Edward BABINGTON, b. 23 Feb 1823,  d. 5 Feb 1855.   Burkes Landed Gentry - (Rev.), B.A. d. unm.
               iii.    Augusta Diana BABINGTON, d. 25 Mar 1856.   She married Frederick mortimer LEWIN, married 9 Apr 1839,  d. 17 Jun 1877.   Frederick: Burkes Landed Gentry - of the Hollies, Kent.
               iv.    Julia Mary BABINGTON, d. 16 Jun 1831.
               v.    Louisa Jean BABINGTON.  She married Francis C. P. REYNOLDS, married 3 Feb 1842,  d. 28 Jul 1859,  occupation Archdeacon of Bombay.
                Children by Augusta Felicita Francois Theresa VECQERAY:
          161.    vi.    John Albert BABINGTON b. 13 Nov 1843.
               vii.    Julia Mary BABINGTON, b. 1843 in Namur, Belgium, d. 27 Aug 1893 in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
          162.    viii.    Augustus Gisborne BABINGTON b. 8 Jan 1851.

110.    Lydia BABINGTON, d. 28 Nov 1822, b. 8 Nov 1789 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  She married Joseph ROSE, married 1 May 1809.  Joseph: Rev., A.M., rector of Puddleston, and subsequently of Rothley.
                Children:
               i.    Henry ROSE.  in the E.I.C.M.S. He married Evanda Sophia ROOME, married 14 Jul 1842.  Evanda: Dau. of General Roome.
               ii.    Edward Joseph ROSE, b. 13 Feb 1818.  A.B., Trin. Coll., Cambridge, in holy orders.
               iii.    Lydia ROSE.  She married Bonamy PRICE, married 18 Dec 1834.  Bonamy: Esq., A.M., late Fellow of Worcester Coll., Oxford.
               iv.    Mary ROSE.  She married E. T. VAUGHAN, married 1 Jan 1839.  E.: Rev., A.M., late Fellow of Christ Coll., Cambridge.
               v.    Eliza ROSE.  She married William John CONYBEARE, married 14 Dec 1842.  William: Rev., A.M., late Fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge.

111.    Matthew BABINGTON, b. 5 Sep 1792 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, d. 12 Aug 1836/56?.  a banker at Leicester, and magistrate for the county. He married Frances SYKES, married 19 Jun 1827, b. 21 Nov 1796 (daughter of Nicholas SYKES), d. 26 Jun 1878.  Frances: third dau.
    Other info gives name of Mathews wife as Frances HULL.
                Children:
               i.    Francis Evans BABINGTON, b. 31 Jul 1830.
          163.    ii.    Thomas Henry BABINGTON b. 1833.
               iii.    Rose Mary BABINGTON.  She married Charles John ELLIOTT, b. 7 Jul 1818.
               iv.    Florence Lucy BABINGTON.
               v.    Sophia Isabella BABINGTON.
          164.    vi.    Louisa Anne Fanny BABINGTON.

112.    Mary BABINGTON, d. 20 Jul 1858 in in Ashley Place, Westminster, Middlesex, England, b. 17 Jun 1799 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.  She married James PARKER, married 2 Jun 1829 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England, b. 28 Mar 1803 in Glasgow, Scotland.  James: Eaq., A.M., barrister-at-law, son of Charles Stuart Parker Esq. of
    Blockhearn, near Glasgow.
                Children:
               i.    Harry Rainy PARKER, b. 27 Jun 1837 in London, England.
               ii.    George Babington PARKER, b. 3 Sep 1839.
               iii.    James Edward PARKER, b. 8 Sep 1842 in Rothley, Leicestershire, England.
               iv.    Ellen Mary PARKER.
               v.    Susan Emma PARKER.

113.    Matthew Drake BABINGTON, b. 11 Jul 1788.  A.M. rural dean of Ackley, in Leicestershire. He married Hannah CHURCHILL, married 7 Jun 1820.
                Children:
               i.    Churchill BABINGTON, b. 11 Mar 1821 in Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, England, d. 12 Jan 1889.  An English classical scholar and archaeologist, born at Rothley Temple, in Leicestershire, he was first educated by his father, Thomas Babington, and then studied under Charles Wycliffe Goodwin, the orientalist and archaeologist, entering St John's College, Cambridge in 1839 and graduating in 1843, seventh in the first class of the classical tripos and a senior optime. In 1845 he obtained the Hulsean Prize for his essay The Influence of Christianity in promoting the Abolition of Slavery in Europe. In 1846 he was elected to a fellowship and took orders. He proceeded to the degree of M.A. in 1846 and D.D. in 1879. From 1848 to 1861 he was vicar of Horningsea , near Cambridge, and from 1866 to his death he was vicar of Cockfield in Suffolk. From 1865 to 1880 he held the Disney professorship of archaeology  at Cambridge. In his lectures, illustrated from his own collections of coins and vases, he dealt chiefly with Greek  and Roman pottery and numismatics.
                Babington wrote on a variety of subjects. His early familiarity with country life gave him a taste for natural history, especially botany and ornithology. He was also an authority on conchology. He was the author of the appendices on botany (in part) and ornithology in Potter's History and Antiquities of Charnwood Forest (1842); Macaulay's Character of the Clergy (1849), a defence of the clergy of the 17th Century, which received the approval of Gladstone. He also brought out the editio princeps  of the speeches of Hypereides.  Against Demosthenes  (1850), On Behalf of Lycophron and Euxenippus (1868), and his Funeral Oration (1858). It was by his edition of these speeches from the papyri discovered at Thebes (Egypt) in 1847 and 1856 that Babington's fame as a Greek scholar was made.
                In 1855 he published an edition of Benefizio della Morte di Cristo, a remarkable book of the Reformation period, attributed to Paleario, of which nearly all the copies had been destroyed by the Inquisition. Babington's edition was a facsimile of the editio princeps published at Venice in 1543, with an Introduction and French and English versions. He also edited the first two volumes of Higden's Polychronicon (1858) and Bishop Pecock's Represser of Overmuch Blaming of the Clergy (1860); Introductory Lecture on Archaeology (1865); Roman Antiquities found at Rougham (1872; Catalogue of Birds of Suffolk  (1884-1886); Flora of Suffolk (with W. M. Hind, 1889), etc. He catalogued the classical manuscripts in the University Library and the Greek and English coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum .

114.    William BABINGTON, b. 10 Dec 1790 in Antrim? IRE?, d. 13 Sep 1854 in Sherborne, Dorset, England.  of the E.I.C.C.S. then of Southhampton. He married Catherine RAVENSCROFT, married 12 Jan 1824 (daughter of William RAVENSCROFT).
                Children:
               i.    William BABINGTON, b. 1 Feb 1825.  a midshipman in H.M.S. the Indus.
               ii.    Elizabeth Ravenscroft BABINGTON, b. 2 Jan 1827.
          165.    iii.    George Matthew BABINGTON b. 13 Feb 1829.
               iv.    Samuel Henry BABINGTON, b. 29 Dec 1830, d. 10 Jan 1863 in Medeira.
               v.    Henry Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 5 Nov 1832, d. 25 May 1854.
               vi.    Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 20 Mar 1835.
               vii.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 9 Jul 1837, d. 25 Aug 1863.
               viii.    Alfred BABINGTON, b. 30 Dec 1839, d. 22 Jul 1864 in Africa.
               ix.    Redmond BABINGTON, b. 29 Aug 1842.
               x.    Priscilla BABINGTON, b. 30 Jun 1844, d. 13 Jan 1879.

115.    Samuel BABINGTON, b. 28 Nov 1792.  of E.I.C.C.S. then of Rowe Cottage, near Monmouth. He married (1) Martha DICKINSON (daughter of John DICKINSON), d. 31 Jan 1826.  He married (2) Florence WADDY.  Florence: dau. of Thomas Waddy, Esq. of Norton Grange, Yorkshire.
                Children by Martha DICKINSON:
               i.    Samuel Robert BABINGTON, b. 26 Jan 1826, d. In infancy.
               ii.    Martha BABINGTON.
               iii.    Jane BABINGTON.

116.    Eliza BABINGTON.  She married Henry William RAVENSCROFT, married 23 Sep 1834.
                Children:
               i.    Priscilla Elizabeth RAVENSCROFT, b. 7 Jan 1836.
               ii.    Mary Evans RAVENSCROFT, b. 15 Mar 1837.
               iii.    Florence Efith RAVENSCROFT, b. 14 Jun 1838.
               iv.    Henry William RAVENSCROFT, b. 15 Oct 1839, d. 7 Aug 1840.
               v.    Catherine Evelyn RAVENSCROFT, b. 12 Jul 1841, d. 29 Jul 1862.
          166.    vi.    William Henry RAVENSCROFT b. 11 Jan 1843.
               vii.    Henrietta Eliza RAVENSCROFT, b. 9 Feb 1845.
               viii.    Francis Robert RAVENSCROFT, b. 16 Sep 1848.
               ix.    Margaret Emily RAVENSCROFT, b. 14 Nov 1849, d. 3 Jul 1862.
          167.    x.    Arthur Gisborne Babington RAVENSCROFT b. 26 Apr 1853.


Generation Twenty

117.    John BABINGTON, b. 30 Aug 1835 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.  He married Esther (BABINGTON), b. 1838 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Martha BABINGTON, b. 1862 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    Willey BABINGTON, b. 1863 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               iii.    Moses BABINGTON, b. 1864 in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England.
               iv.    Joshua BABINGTON, b. 1868 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               v.    Christopher BABINGTON, b. 1871 in Benniworth, Lincolnshire, England.
               vi.    Sarah BABINGTON, b. 1873 in Louth, Lincolnshire, England.
               vii.    Alice BABINGTON, b. 1876 in Louth, Lincolnshire, England.
               viii.    Fred BABINGTON, b. 1879 in Louth, Lincolnshire, England.

118.    Felicia BABINGTON, b. 11 Sep 1840 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England, d. Dec 1904 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.  She married William NICHOLSON, married 17 Oct 1860 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1835 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England (son of James NICHOLSON and Mary Anne CORBUT),  d. May 1904 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
                Children:
          168.    i.    Mary Ann Ellen NICHOLSON b. 8 Oct 1862.
               ii.    Felicia Elizabeth NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1864 in Aston Bham, Warwickshire, England.  She married George Thomas SMITH, b. Abt 1867 in Warwickshire, England.
          169.    iii.    James Henry NICHOLSON b. 13 May 1866.
          170.    iv.    William NICHOLSON b. Abt 1869.
               v.    John NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1869 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
               vi.    Frank Edward NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1873 in Aston Manor, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.  He married Rosamund HOLT, married Jun 1893 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, b. Jun 1872 in Aston, Warwickshire, England.
               vii.    Claude A NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1875 in Aston Manor, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
               viii.    George F NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1878 in Aston Manor, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
               ix.    Emma L NICHOLSON, b. 9 May 1879 in Aston Manor, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.  She married John William FOX, married Jun 1900 in Warwickshire, England, b. 1879 in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England.
               x.    Claude NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1881.

119.    Mary Jane BABINGTON, b. 14 Sep 1846 in Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England, d. Mar 1898 in Warwickshire, England.  She married Henry (Harry) LAWSON, married Sep 1862 in South Yorkshire, Yorkshire - West Riding, England (son of William LAWSON and Harriet BRAMHALL).
                Children:
          171.    i.    Minnie LAWSON.
               ii.    Harry LAWSON.  Chairman in 1934 and onwards, of Churchill Machine Tool Co Ltd, Manchester.   He married Rose PENNYFATHER.

120.    John Naylor BABINGTON, b. 1857 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, d. Jun 1907 in Warickshire, England.  He married Sarah Ann THOMAS, married Sep 1874 in Warwickshire, England, b. Abt 1856 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    William H BABINGTON, b. Abt 1876 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, d. 1881 in Aston, Warwickshire, England.
               ii.    Nellie BABINGTON, b. Abt 1883 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
               iii.    Lily BABINGTON, b. Abt 1885 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
               iv.    Harry BABINGTON, b. Sep 1887 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.

121.    Rebecca Mary BABINGTON, b. Abt 1849 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 31 Oct 1933 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia, buried in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.  Lived at Guilford, Glenlyon then at Daylesford
    Birth Reg.No.;Marr.Reg.No.1866/1109;Death Reg.No.1933/9030.
    Age at death shown as 83. Lived 115 Westbourne Grove Northcote. Ian Woolley, from Tasmania, shows her name as Rebecca Mary Babington. In the various registrations, Rebecca is shown as Babington, Babbington, Bavington and Bubbington and in one she as shown as Rebian instead of Rebecca. Lois Babington Kennett confirms the date of death but shows the age as 84, taken from the family bible. She married William Alfred WOOD, married 4 Jun 1866, buried in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Mary Phoebe WOOD, b. 17 Sep 1867 in Guildford, Victoria, Australia, d. 21 Aug 1869.
          172.    ii.    John Richard WOOD b. 28 Oct 1868.
          173.    iii.    Susannah Mary WOOD b. 12 Oct 1870.
               iv.    William Alfred WOOD, b. 28 Oct 1872 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. Nov 1873.
          174.    v.    Alfred Mathew WOOD b. 15 Feb 1875.
          175.    vi.    George Griffis WOOD b. 30 Jun 1877.
               vii.    James Thomas WOOD, b. 24 Aug 1879 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1882.
          176.    viii.    Phoebe Lawrence WOOD b. 17 Oct 1881.
               ix.    Mathew William WOOD, b. 19 Feb 1883 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 5 Dec 1884 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
          177.    x.    Florence Janet WOOD b. 1 Oct 1885.
          178.    xi.    Arthur Job WOOD b. 29 Feb 1888.
               xii.    Walter Henry WOOD, b. 2 May 1890 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 10 Nov 1912 in Chelsea, Victoria, Australia.
               xiii.    William Ernest WOOD, b. 13 Apr 1894 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.

122.    Susannah BABINGTON, b. 1849 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 3 Jan 1925 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Christening, Event Place: Glenlyon, Reg Year: 1849 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 16156 Parish: St James Melbourne, CofE. She married James PRINGLE, married 9 May 1861 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, b. Abt 1829 in Howick, Roxlingshire, Scotland.
                Children:
               i.    Martha PRINGLE, b. 1862.  She married (1) Thomas WANLESS.  She married (2) James Balley REDMORE, married 1886.
               ii.    Susannah Rebecca PRINGLE, b. 1864 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Janet PRINGLE, b. 1866 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 6 Apr 1867 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.
          179.    iv.    Rebecca PRINGLE b. 8 May 1869.
               v.    James Richard Babington PRINGLE, b. 1871 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 28 May 1883.
          180.    vi.    Ellen (Nell) PRINGLE b. 6 Jun 1873.
               vii.    John PRINGLE, b. 1877 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1877 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.
          181.    viii.    Ruth May PRINGLE b. 13 Jun 1885.

123.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1849 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 19 May 1926 in Trentham, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Christening, Event Place: Glenlyon, Reg Year: 1849 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 16157 Parish: St James Melbourne, CofE.
    Marriage Place: Adelaide, Reg Year: 1877 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 3874. He married Elizabeth IRVINE, married 29 Oct 1877 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  Elizabeth: Her birth not found in SA - location comes from her marriage in Vic. There is an Eliza Irvine arrived on the
    "Forfarshire", aged 22, housemaid, on 8/2/1874, from Plymouth in 11/1873.
    .
                Children:
          182.    i.    Janet BABINGTON b. 1871.
          183.    ii.    Hannah BABINGTON b. Abt 1876.
          184.    iii.    Richard BABINGTON b. 1878.
               iv.    Rebecca Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 1880 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1961 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.  She married Harold Victor WARREN, married 1906 in Victoria, Australia.
          185.    v.    Edward Lawrence BABINGTON b. 1883.
          186.    vi.    Florence Beatrice BABINGTON b. 25 Oct 1885.

124.    Susannah BABINGTON, b. 8 Jun 1828 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, d. Dec 1899 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.  Susan was an inmate in Boston Workhouse in 1871. Children Richard and Elizabeth were with her.
                Children:
          187.    i.    Abraham BABINGTON b. 1854.
               ii.    George BABINGTON, b. Abt 1853 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.

125.    Elizabeth Lucy BABINGTON, b. 24 Oct 1830 in Brothertoft, Boston, Lincolnshire, England, d. 20 Jan 1915 in Marylebone Workhouse.  She married Douglas SHAVE, married 13 Jan 1852 in St Marylebone, Middlesex, England, b. 1830 in Colchester, Essex, England.
                Children:
               i.    William SHAVE, b. 1855 in Notting Hill, London, England.
               ii.    Elizabeth SHAVE, b. 1857 in Marylebone, London, England.  She married Henry ULMER, b. 1849 in Germany.
               iii.    George Underwood SHAVE, b. 1858 in Colchester, Essex, England.
               iv.    Edward Babington SHAVE, b. 14 Dec 1861 in Marylebone, London, England.  He married Mary Ann WEAR, b. 1863 in Paddington, London, England.  Mary: Florrence  b: 1883 in Paddington, London, England
                Elizabeth  b: 1885 in Kings Cross, London, England
                Edith  b: 1887 in Willesden, London, England
                Emma  b: 1888 in Willesden, London, England
                Jessie  b: 1890 in Willesden, London, England
                Edward Douglas  b: 1891 in Willesden, London, England
                Charles  b: 1893 in Willesden, London, England
                Alice  b: 1895 in Willesden, London, England
                Gladys  b: 1897 in Willesden, London, England.
               v.    Benjamin Lake Babington SHAVE, b. 24 Dec 1863 in Marylebone, London, England, d. 29 Dec 1927 in Willesden, London, England.  Edith Child  b: 1883 in Marylebone, London, England
                Benjamin Thomas Dan  b: 1891 in Marylebone, London, England
                Frank Reginald  b: 1893 in Marylebone, London, England
                Miriam Isabel  b: Nov 1894 in Willesden, London, England
                George Henry  b: 1896 in Willesden, London, England
                Ellen Mathild Howard  b: Mar 1898 in Willesden, London, England
                William Arthur Howard  b: Jun 1900 in Willesden, London, England
                Margaret Elizabeth Howard  b: 20 Feb 1907 in Willesden, London, England. He married Sarah Mary Ann HOWARD, b. 21 July 1862 in Marylebone, London, England.

126.    Richard Lawson BABINGTON, b. 5 Jul 1835 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England.  He married Anne UNDERWOOD, married 2 Nov 1854 in Thornton, England.
                Children:
               i.    Dorothy BABINGTON.
               ii.    Edward BABINGTON.

127.    Mildred BABINGTON, b. 24 Jan 1843 in Fosdyke, Lincolnshire, England.  She married (1) John WATSON, married 17 Jan 1869 in Wesleyan Chapel, Boston, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1834 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1874.  She married (2) Thomas Mason CLARK, married 22 Oct 1881 in Boston Register office, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1840 in North Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children by John WATSON:
          188.    i.    Abraham WATSON b. 23 Oct 1869.
                Children by Thomas Mason CLARK:
               ii.    Thomas CLARK, b. 1883 in North Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.

128.    Hephzibah Ruth BABINGTON, b. 22 Aug 1845 in Fosdyke Glen, Lincolnshire, England, d. 29 Mar 1927 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.  Had 9 children. She married Edward HILTON, married 16 Oct 1862 in Boston Register office, Lincolnshire, England, b. 14 May 1840 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England (son of James HILTON and Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT),  d. 18 Mar 1910 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.  Edward: Worked as agricultural labourer and later as Market gardener.
                Children:
               i.    Elizabeth A HILTON, b. 1866 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.
               ii.    William HILTON, b. 1869 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1939 in Charlesworth, Derbyshire, England.  William  b: 1903 in Northumberland, England
                Ruth b: 1904 in North Yorkshire, England
                John Hilton b: 1906 in North Yorkshire, England
                Margaret b: 1910 in Breary Banks, Masham, North Yorkshire, England
                Joseph  b: 1911
                James Edward b: 1912
                Helen b: 1913
                Frederick b: 17 SEP 1919 in Snettisham, Norfolk, England
                Marjorie b: 1923 in Masham, North Yorkshire, England
                Robert  b: 1924. He married Euphamia McCOLVILLE, married 24 Jun 1902 in Byrness, Northumberland, England, b. 21 May 1882 in Barkisland, Ripponden, Yorkshire.
               iii.    John HILTON, b. 1872 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England, d. 23 Jan 1948 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.  Children
                William Henry b: 1894 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England
                Edward  b: 1896 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England
                Annie  b: 1898 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England
                George  b: 1900 in Brothertoft, Lincolnshire, England. He married Mary Ann INGRAM, married 18 May 1893 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1872 in Cowthorpe, Yorkshire, England, d. 23 Jan 1948 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
               iv.    Ruth HILTON, b. 1874 in Fosdyke Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
               v.    Eliza HILTON, b. 1876 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.
          189.    vi.    Mary Ann HILTON b. 1878.
               vii.    Ada HILTON, b. 1882 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.
               viii.    Alice HILTON, b. 1885 in Forty Foot Bank, Lincolnshire, England.
               ix.    James Edward HILTON, b. 1889 in Pelhams Land, Lincolnshire, England.

129.    Anne BEARD, b. 12 Mar 1829 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 2 Dec 1892 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1829, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 2974. She married Charles JESSOP, married 10 Aug 1848 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1827.
                Children:
               i.    Minna Mary Eliza JESSOP, b. 7 Jul 1850 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 17 Jan 1926 in 303 Macquarie St, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Charles George JESSOP, b. 7 Apr 1853 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 28 Jul 1923 in Scotts Rd, Geeveston, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Elizabeth ABEL, married 25 Jan 1892 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1854.
               iii.    Eva Estell Wilhelmina JESSOP, b. 3 Feb 1856 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 28 Dec 1856 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

130.    Susanna Priscilla BEARD, b. 14 Mar 1831 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 17 Feb 1896 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1831, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 3795. She married John James LEAR, married 1850 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, b. Dec 1828 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (son of William LEAR and Mary Ann CONNOR),  d. 1899 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia, occupation Saddle and harness maker.
                Children:
               i.    Tasman John William LEAR, b. 1852 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, d. 9 Aug 1907 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia.
          190.    ii.    Mary Pearsall LEAR b. 6 May 1853.
               iii.    Eva Susanna LEAR, b. 11 Oct 1854 in Hobart Town, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1937 in South Yarra, Victoria, Australia.  Won prize for fancy needlework, South Gippsland Agricultural Show, Woranga 1884. She married Kenneth Scobie GAIR, married 1896 in St Jame's Cathedral, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, b. in Scotland (son of James GAIR and Georgina SCOBIE).   Kenneth: Found on the web for sale:-
                Colony of Victoria. Leasehold Transfer of Land, between John McGregor Munro of Walhalla and Sidney Smith and Kenneth Scobie Gair of Melbourne, of a mining lease private
                property, 1891; Lease of Grazing Area, to Robert Bush, of ninety seven acres in the County of Wonnangatta, signed and sealed by Governor Sir Reginald Arthur James Talbot, 1st July 1904; another, to George Matthew Stephens, of one hundred and ninety seven acres two roods and twenty three perches in the Parish of Lang Lang, signed and sealed by Governor Sir Thomas David Gibson-Carmichael, 1st April, 1909.
          191.    iv.    Frank Alfred LEAR b. 1857.
          192.    v.    Darcy Connor LEAR b. 13 Oct 1862.
               vi.    Bertie Babington LEAR, b. 1867 in Alberton, Victoria, Australia, d. 4 oct 1928 in Toora, Victoria, Australia.  Storekeeper ar Tarraville. Played for Tarraville cricket team. He married Mary Cecilia GOLDSMITH, married 11 May 1900 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia.
               vii.    Una Cordelia LEAR, b. 1872 in Emerald Hill, Victoria, Australia, d. 8 Mar 1962.  Una and her husband John, a farmer, were interested in race horses. One winner of several races in Melbourne was Rael Locin (Lear and Nicol spelt backwards). She married John NICOL, married 14 Dec 1895 in Christ Church, Tarraville, Victoria, Australia, b. in Gippsland South, Victoria.
          193.    viii.    Keith Babington LEAR b. 1874.

131.    Alfred William BEARD, b. 7 Sep 1835 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 12 Aug 1887 in Bourke, New South Wales, Australia, occupation Smelter.  LDS AVR- Reg Year: 1835, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 6094.
    Tasmanian Colonial Families index shows marriage as 1871 in Hobart. About 1882 owned Tattersalls Hotel, Barton St, Cobar. He married Emma COLEMAN, married 15 Jun 1867 in Wallaroo, South Australia, Australia, b. 1847 in Trevethin, Monmouthshire, Wales (daughter of Timothy COLEMAN and Ann WILLIAMS),  d. 6 Jan 1885 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.  Emma: Death Certificate states "Born in Wales - resided 22 years in N.S.W
    Arrived in Australia in 1860 on the `Schah Jehan` at Glenelg, (from Monmouth, Wales), aged 12, with David Coleman, aged 20, Esther aged 15, and Miss Ann Coleman, aged 44.
                Children:
          194.    i.    George Alfred BEARD b. 25 May 1868.
          195.    ii.    Eva Anne BEARD b. 17 Dec 1869.
          196.    iii.    Mabel Gertrude BEARD b. 14 Oct 1871.
          197.    iv.    Gerald Audley Babington BEARD b. 22 Nov 1873.
          198.    v.    Minnie Elsie BEARD b. 1875.

132.    George Frederick BEARD, b. 6 Dec 1837 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1 Aug 1904 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1838, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 8282. He married Laura Isabella Wills OLD, married 4 Mar 1870 in Wanganui, New Zealand, b. 31 Mar 1855 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand (daughter of James OLD and Betsy Ricccard WILLS),  d. 5 Mar 1931 in Currumbin, Queensland, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Amy BEARD, b. 5 Mar 1871 in Wanganui, New Zealand, d. 29 Sep 1961.  Other source gives Amy Beard spouse as John Vincent Byrnes and children as
                1. Cecil Vincent Byrnes  b 03 June 1893
                2. Doris Hazel Byrbes  b 8 Feb 1895
                3. Daisy Winifred Laura Byrnes  b 29 Nov 1896
                4. Catherine Lily Eileen Byrnes  b 9 Aug 1898. She married John BARRY.
               ii.    Frederick Alfred BEARD, b. 22 Jan 1873 in Wanganui, New Zealand, d. 23 Dec 1917.  He married Minnie Jane MERRY, married 19 Aug 1909 in Queensland, Australia.
               iii.    William BEARD, b. 7 Nov 1873 in Wanganui, New Zealand, d. 18 Jul 1962.  He married Helen GILBERY, married 6 Mar 1937.
          199.    iv.    Tasman Robert BEARD b. 21 Sep 1876.
               v.    Annie BEARD, b. 5 Sep 1878, d. 7 Aug 1960.  She married Edward CHRICTION, married 5 Feb 1902 in St Lukes, Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia, b. Abt 1875.
               vi.    Lilian BEARD, b. 11 Nov 1880, d. 1 Nov 1949.  She married George POSTLETHWAITE, married 3 Dec 1900 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.
               vii.    Arthur Babington Mitson BEARD, b. 15 Nov 1882 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 17 Jan 1883 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1882, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 420.
               viii.    Iver Ernest BEARD, b. 5 Feb 1884 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 8 Jul 1951.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1884, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 1531.    
               ix.    Charlie Cecil Babington BEARD, b. 29 May 1886 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 8 Sep 1952 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1886, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 1009.
                Army enlistment papers March 1915 show Occcupation labourer, Height 5' 7 3/8'', Weight 144lbs, Complexion dark, Eyes dark brown, Hair dark bown, Rel Prot.
          200.    x.    Leslie Rupert George BEARD b. 28 Jun 1889.
               xi.    Edward Frank BEARD, b. 28 Aug 1892 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 26 May 1915 in Gallipoli, Turkey, buried in 6 Lone Pine Memorial.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1892, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 1390.
                Pte. (1004) 15th Bn. Enlisted Zeehan Tasmania
                AWM145 Roll of Honour Cards (shows  date of death 9 May 1915)
                Died Quinn's Post, Gallipoli, Turkey
                Army enlistment papers show Occupation labourer, Height 5' 8 1/2'', Weight 10stone 2lbs, Complexion dark, Eyes bluish, Hair brown, Rel C of E.

133.    Mary Elizabeth BEARD, b. 13 May 1840 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1840, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 843. She married Alfred Parnwell SMITH, married 6 Jul 1861 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1839 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 6 Dec 1917 in Christchurch, New Zealand.  Alfred: Parnwell/Palmer.
    LDS AVR (Does not show middle name).
    Reg Year:    1861, Reg State Tasmania, Ref Number 398.
                Children:
          201.    i.    Beatrice Maude SMITH b. 21 Feb 1870.

134.    Esther Felicia BEARD, b. 1 May 1843 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1843, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 1454. She married Frederick William HORTIN, married 27 Apr1867 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1839.
                Children:
               i.    Ernest Babington HORTIN, b. 9 Jan 1868 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 19 Jul 1868 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Eldred Ronald Babington HORTIN, b. 20 Jul 1869 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               iii.    Gerald Audley Babington HORTIN, b. 7 Jun 1872 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 9 Oct 1873 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               iv.    Erick Dudley Babington HORTIN, b. 12 Jun 1875 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
          202.    v.    Eardley Mac Babington HORTIN b. 27 Jun 1877.
               vi.    Algernon Frederick Babington HORTIN, b. 12 Nov 1878 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Clara L CLUFF, married 1917 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. Abt 1885.
               vii.    Olive Ernestine HORTIN, b. 12 Apr 1884 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 19 Apr 1884 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  Notes from Ross Hortin :- Olive was unmarried.

135.    Edward William BEARD, b. 16 Jan 1846 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1922 in Rockdale, New South Wales, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1846, Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 2791. He married Anastasia Theresa O'BRIEN, married 30 Aug 1866 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, b. 16 Apr 1847 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (daughter of William Wallace O'BRIEN and Mary Magdalene THORPE),  d. 3 Apr 1883 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, buried . in Waverley Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
          203.    i.    Eveline Blanche BEARD b. 27 Dec 1867.
          204.    ii.    Mary Estelle BEARD b. 2 Oct 1869.
          205.    iii.    Alice Beatrice BEARD b. 25 Apr 1871.
          206.    iv.    Violet May BEARD b. 15 Dec 1876.
          207.    v.    Arthur Edward BEARD b. 13 May 1880.
          208.    vi.    Ella E. BEARD b. 1882.

136.    Mary LAWRENCE, b. 17 Jun 1834 in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, d. 2 Nov 1891 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Edward Nash SPONG, married 4 Jun 1860 in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1820.
                Children:
               i.    Algernon Lawrence Babington SPONG, b. 11 Apr 1861 in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Henrietta Marie HEPTON.
          209.    ii.    Harold Lawrence Nash SPONG b. 12 Sep 1862.
               iii.    Edith Susannah Mary SPONG, b. 2 Jun 1866 in King Island, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Charles William GILLHAM, married 24 Feb 1897 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               iv.    Edgar Lawrence Nash SPONG, b. 10 Jul 1868 in King Island, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Florence Eliza DALE, married 11 Mar 1908.
               v.    Mabel Adina SPONG, b. 30 Sep 1873 in King Island, Tasmania, Australia.  She married John Herbert ALDERTON, married 29 Jan 1902.

137.    Esther LAWRENCE, b. 9 Jun 1836 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1907 in North Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Augustus Nash SPONG, married 4 Jun 1860 in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, b. 1830.
                Children:
          210.    i.    Rosamond Augusta SPONG b. 31 Jan 1862.
          211.    ii.    Reginald Lawrence W. SPONG b. 18 Feb 1864.
               iii.    Rowan Stewart Babington SPONG, b. 9 Jul 1866 in Franklin, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1915 in Leopold Ranges, Western Australia, Australia.
          212.    iv.    Ronald William Augustus SPONG b. 30 Nov 1868.
          213.    v.    Rowena Ella SPONG b. 27 May 1874.

138.    Susanna LAWRENCE, b. 12 Jul 1839 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, buried in Barnes Bay, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Samuel Thomas YOUNG, married 27 Jul 1865 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Leslie Babington YOUNG, b. 1 Jul 1866 in Sorell, Tasmania, Australia.
          214.    ii.    Lionel Lawrence YOUNG b. 12 Apr 1867.
               iii.    Leonard William Lawrence YOUNG, b. 17 May 1868 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Marion (Minnie) LUCAS, married 31 Jan 1900.
               iv.    Leonora Susanna YOUNG, b. 4 Feb 1870 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia, d. 10 Apr 1870 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.
               v.    Samuel Lothair YOUNG, b. 21 Feb 1871 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Nellie NORMAN, married 21 May 1903.
          215.    vi.    Constance Ella YOUNG b. 14 Apr 1874.
               vii.    Lesley Babington YOUNG, b. 6 May 1875 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

139.    George Augustus DAVIS, b. 19 Nov 1831 in Hobart Town, Tasmania, Australia, d. 31 Mar 1890 in Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia.  Australian Vital Records
    Birth
         Event Date:    19 Nov 1831
        Reg Year:    1831    Reg State:    Tasmania
        Ref Number:    3911. He married Elizabeth CHARD, married 5 Aug 1852 in Tasmania, Australia, b. 27 Sep 1831 in Five Islands, Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia (daughter of John CHARD and Louisa SLY),  d. 18 Dec 1897 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Elizabeth:.
                Children:
          216.    i.    Louisa Elizabeth DAVIS b. 27 Jun 1853.
               ii.    Amelia Augustus DAVIS, b. 2 Jul 1855 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

140.    Joshua Josiah DAVIS, b. 23 Oct 1834 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 28 Aug 1904 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Built the Royal Hotel, Gulgong (now the $10 note motel), in 1904. He married (1) Jane CLYDESDALE, married 12 Feb 1856 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. 11 Mar 1837 in Prospect, New South Wales, Australia (daughter of Gavin CLYDESDALE and Jean Campbel MCLAUREN),  d. 1 Oct 1884 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  He married (2) Emily WADDY, married 9 Jan 1888 in Cassilis, New South Wales, Australia.  Emily: Another source shows Wadey.
                Children by Jane CLYDESDALE:
               i.    Joshua Josiah DAVIS, b. 1856 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1856 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
          217.    ii.    George Gavin DAVIS b. 1858.
               iii.    Jane Elizabeth DAVIS, b. 1860 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1937 in Five Dock, New South Wales, Australia.  She married James HOLLAND, married 1885 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  James: Another source shows Jane's spouse as George A E Holland.
               iv.    Ellen Mary DAVIS, b. 1863 in St George, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1932 in New South Wales, Australia.  Children:- Jean C B 1887, Ada Bertha 1890, Helen M 1893, Isabella E 1897, Duncan 1900. She married Thomas Duncan CAMPBELL, married 1885 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1864 in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia (son of John Archibald CAMPBELL and Elizabeth GEOGHEGAN),  d. 1930 in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia.
          218.    v.    Joshua John DAVIS b. 1865.
          219.    vi.    Emily Devida DAVIS b. 10 Feb 1868.
               vii.    Barbara Babington DAVIS, b. 1870 in Concord, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1872 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
          220.    viii.    Thomas Joshua Clydesdale DAVIS b. 1873.
               ix.    Martha Susan DAVIS, b. 1875 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  She married (1) Joseph KING.  She married (2) Henry LEE, married 1892.
          221.    x.    Alice Victoria DAVIS b. 25 Feb 1877.
          222.    xi.    Charles Frederick Albert DAVIS b. 1879.

141.    Elizabeth P DAVIS, b. 26 Apr 1837 in Tasmania, Australia, d. 22 Sep 1918 in 33 Edgeware Rd, Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Henry PAGE, married 11 Jan 1858 in St Stephens Church, Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1838 in Ramsgate, Kent, England (son of Charles PAGE and Harriet BROAD),  d. 14 May 1888 in Fortescue St, Spring Hill, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Henry: Mariner at time of marriage.
                Children:
               i.    Henrietta Elizabeth Harriet PAGE, b. 1859.  She married Henry William Morgan WRIGHT, b. 16 May 1854 in Queensland, Australia.
               ii.    Emma Josephine Rossa PAGE, b. 1861, d. 31 Aug 1951 in Newington State Hospital, Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia.
               iii.    Florence Rachel Alexandra PAGE, b. 1863.  She married Charles Lothop PETERSON, married 10 Oct 1883 in Queensland, Australia, b. 17 Apr 1860 in Queensland, Australia.
               iv.    Henry C E PAGE, b. 1865.
               v.    Lina Beatrice Mary PAGE, b. 1867, d. 1942 in Kingsford, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Mabel Marion Davis PAGE, b. 1870.
          223.    vii.    Jessie Adela Babbington PAGE b. 13 Jan 1873.

142.    Charles Frederick DAVIS, b. 13 May 1839 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 16 Oct 1880 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Susan Jane CHISLETT, married 1865 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. 18 Jun 1840 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (daughter of Stephen CHISLETT and Mary Anne HUDSON),  d. 1913.
                Children:
               i.    Susan Priscilla DAVIS, b. 1866.
               ii.    Frederick Charles DAVIS, b. 1868.
               iii.    George Stephen DAVIS, b. 1870.
               iv.    Anne Elizabeth DAVIS, b. 1874.
               v.    Alice Maude DAVIS, b. 1876.
          224.    vi.    Joshua Percy DAVIS b. 1879.

143.    Albert England Babington DAVIS, b. 5 May 1842 in Lincolnshire, England, d. 23 Aug 1925 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Another source states he was born Boston, Lincolnshire, England. He married (1) Sophie Jane COLLITS, married 23 Feb 1868 in Bandon, New South Wales, Australia.  He married (2) Margaret Mackenzie PATON, married 10 May 1921 in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children by Sophie Jane COLLITS:
               i.    Elizabeth Sophia DAVIS, b. 24 Feb 1869 in Forbes, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1869 in Forbes, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    Amelia DAVIS, b. 1876.

144.    Joseph Abraham DAVIS, b. 23 Feb 1845 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 24 Apr 1916 in Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia.  Australian Vital Records
    Christening
    Reg Year:    1845    Reg State:    New South Wales
    Ref Number:    V18451556 30A    Parish:    Cook's River; Petersham, Church of England
    Marriage
    Reg Year:    1868    Reg State:    New South Wales
    Ref Number:    2287. He married Louise OSLINGTON, married 11 Nov 1868 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, b. 24 Oct 1849 in Bungonia, New South Wales, Australia (daughter of John OSLINGTON and Jane EWING),  d. 21 Feb 1884 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
          225.    i.    Joseph Abraham Babington DAVIS b. 29 Sep 1869.
               ii.    Charles Lincoln DAVIS, b. 13 Dec 1872 in Goulbourn, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Jane Emily DAVIS, b. 10 Sep 1874 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Louisa Victoria DAVIS, b. 27 May 1876 in Stoney Creek (near Wagga Wagga), New South Wales, Australia.

145.    Susan Harriet DAVIS, b. 28 May 1854 in Enfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 12 Oct 1936 in Chelmsford Ave, Lindfield, new South Wales, Australia, buried in Chatswood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  She married William COLE, married 24 Jul 1872 in St Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1831, d. 14 Jun 1931 in Chatsford, New South Wales, Australia.  William: Marr Cert lists as Farmer Malton Veterans Flats.
                Children:
          226.    i.    Ada Elizabeth COLE b. 1873.
               ii.    Edith May COLE, b. 1875 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
               iii.    William COLE, b. 1878 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Alberta Lilian COLE, b. 1880 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.  She married John M AUBIN, married 1910 in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    George Aaron Davis COLE, b. 1883 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Susan R COLE, b. 1885 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
               vii.    Grace Christina COLE, b. 1888 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Andrew BROWN.
               viii.    Charles Lighton Babington COLE, b. 1890 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 20 Aug 1893 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
               ix.    Alathea M COLE, b. 1893 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.
               x.    Daisy R COLE, b. 1894 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  She married James YOUNG, married 1917 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

146.    Mary Ann Maria BABINGTON, b. 1 Apr 1836 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, d. 17 Oct 1911 in Boulder, Western Australia, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1836 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 7141
    Marriage, Spouse: DANIELL, John Dawson, Reg Year: 1855 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 2063. She married John Dawson DANIELL, married 23 Aug 1855 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, b. 1824 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
                Children:
               i.    Stanow DANIELL, b. 30 May 1856 in Taradale, Victoria, Australia, d. 18 Jan 1928 in Home Hill, Queensland, Australia.  He married Amelia WELDON, b. 11 Jun 1866 in Taabinga, Queensland, Australia (daughter of Henry WELDON and Elizabeth Jane PERRY),  d. 18 Nov 1942 in Home Hill, Queensland, Australia.
               ii.    Eleanor DANIELL, b. 1858 in Hepburn, Victoria, Australia, d. 1859 in Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    James DANIELL, b. 1859 in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Alice DANIELL, b. 1861 in Golden Point, Victoria, Australia, d. 1873 in Victoria, Australia.
          227.    v.    John Dawson DANIELL b. 4 Oct 1862.
               vi.    William DANIELL, b. 1864 in Raywood, Victoria, Australia.
               vii.    Thomas DANIELL, b. 1867 in Taradale, Victoria, Australia.
               viii.    Mary Ann Maria DANIELL, b. 1869 in Taradale, Victoria, Australia.
               ix.    Robert DANIELL, b. 1872 in Malmsbury, Victoria, Australia.
               x.    Emma DANIELL, b. 1873 in Malmsbury, Victoria, Australia.
               xi.    Eliza DANIELL, b. 1875 in Chewton, Victoria, Australia.

147.    James Alfred BABINGTON, b. 17 Aug 1838 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1894 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1839 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 64.
    Marriage, Spouse: DUNN, Marcella, Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 2730. He married (1) Marcella DUNN, married 30 Apr 1859 in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia, b. 1843 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England (daughter of John DUNN and Mary KELLY). He married (2) Jane SUTHERLAND, married 10 Jul 1886 in Burnley St, Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria (daughter of John SUTHERLAND and Jane McGREGOR).
                Children by Marcella DUNN:
          228.    i.    John (Jack) Dunn BABINGTON b. 17 Jan 1861.
               ii.    James William BABINGTON, b. 1862 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1864.  LDS AVR - Birth, Father: James, Mother: Dunn Priscilla, Event Place: Glenlyon, Reg Year: 1862 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 14021.
                Death, Birthplace: Daylesford, Reg Year: 1864 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 5708.
               iii.    James BABINGTON, b. 1863 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1864 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1863 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 7523.
               iv.    Edmond BABINGTON, b. Abt 1865.
          229.    v.    William Dunn BABINGTON b. 1865.
               vi.    Elizabeth Ann BABINGTON, b. 1867 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1902.   LDS AVR - Birth :- Reg. Year  1867, Reg State: Victoria, Ref. No.  22062.
                Death :- Reg Year: 1902, Reg State: Western Australia, Ref Number: 1581.
          230.    vii.    Edward Alfred BABINGTON b. 2 Sep 1870.
               viii.    Herbert Katen BABINGTON, b. 1874 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1879 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth :- Event Place: Glenlyon, Reg. Year 1874, Reg State: Victoria, Ref. No. 16191.
                Death, Reg Year: 1879 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 9786.
               ix.    Rebecca Miston BABINGTON, b. 1877 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1956.  Birth :- Reg Year: 1877 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 22598
                Notes from Marg Barlow:- My Auntie Alice remembers Rebeccah Miston Babington really well. She never married and took in lodgers to earn money. Apparently she was engaged once but he went off to Africa and she didnt follow.

148.    Laetitia Louisa BABINGTON, b. 8 Apr 1841 in Richmond, Tasmania, Australia, d. 2 Jan 1935 in Trentham, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1841 Reg State: Tasmania, Ref Number: 1365
    Marriage, Spouse: FEALEY, Edward, Reg Year: 1856 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 119. She married (1) Edward FEELEY, married 5 Feb 1856 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  She married (2) Lawrence WICKHAM, married 1878 in Victoria, Australia.  She married (3) William PLANT, married ABT 1885.
                Children by Edward FEELEY:
          231.    i.    Edward FEELEY b. 1857.
               ii.    Anne Amelia FEELEY, b. 1860 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.  She married Thomas SMITH, married 1883 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
          232.    iii.    James Edgar FEELEY b. 14 Apr 1862.
               iv.    Louisa FEELEY, b. 1864 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1864.
               v.    Leticia Maria FEELEY, b. 1865 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.
               vi.    Susannah FEELEY, b. 18 Feb 1868 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 12 May 1870.
                Children by Lawrence WICKHAM:
               vii.    Jane WICKHAM, b. 1870, d. 1940.  She married James PLANT.
               viii.    Mary WICKHAM, b. 1872.
               ix.    Emma WICKHAM, b. 1874 in Tylden, Victoria, Australia.
               x.    Lawrence WICKHAM, b. 1877.
               xi.    Thomas Richard WICKHAM, b. 1879.
               xii.    Letitia Louise WICKHAM, b. 1881 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia.

149.    Emma BABINGTON, b. 7 Dec 1843 in Brighton, Tasmania, Australia, d. Aft 1883.  LDS AVRMarriage, Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 3550. She married William WESTICOTT, married 1859 in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia (son of Samuel WESTICOTT).
                Children:
               i.    Ann WESTICOTT, b. 1859 in Hepburn, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Ellen WESTICOTT, b. 1861.
               iii.    William WESTICOTT, b. 1864 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Richard WESTICOTT, b. 1869 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 1871 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               v.    Samuel WESTICOTT, b. 1871 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               vi.    Richard WESTICOTT, b. 1873 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               vii.    Emma WESTICOTT, b. 1876 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
               viii.    Mary Louisa WESTICOTT, b. 1881 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 1881 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.

150.    Humphrey BABINGTON, b. 1742, d. 1767.  He married Catherine HAMILTON, married 27 Jan 1765 in Killagtee, Donegal, Ireland,  (daughter of Andrew HAMILTON).
                Children:
          233.    i.    Ralph BABINGTON.
          234.    ii.    Catherine BABINGTON.

151.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1743 in Greenfort, Donegal, Ireland.  He married (1) Letitia WRAY, married Abt 1769.  He married (2) Anne HAMILTON, married JUN 1787.
                Children by Letitia WRAY:
          235.    i.    William BABINGTON b. 1768.

152.    William BABINGTON, d. Bef 1789.  He married Catherine STEWART, married 4 Sep 1755 in Ardstraw Church, Tyrone, Ireland,  (daughter of William STEWART).
                Children:
               i.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 9 Apr 1756.
               ii.    Lucinda BABINGTON, b. 17 Jan 1760.  She married UnknowmM NOLAN.
               iii.    Rebecca BABINGTON, b. 13 Jan 1761.
               iv.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 7 Aug 1766, d. 8 Feb 1831 in Ireland.
          236.    v.    Margaret BABINGTON b. 4 Oct 1767.
          237.    vi.    William Henry BABINGTON b. 10 Nov 1769.
               vii.    John BABINGTON, b. 20 May 1771.
          238.    viii.    Isabella BABINGTON b. 10 Apr 1773.

153.    Anne BABINGTON, d. AFT 1813.  She married (1) James SCANLON, d. 1765.  She married (2) Henry MAJOR, d. 29 Jul 1798.
                Children by James SCANLON:
          239.    i.    Sarah SCANLON.
          240.    ii.    Rebecca SCANLON.

154.    Murray BABINGTON, d. 1839.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Lieut. 10th Foot, of Bonnyglen, co. Donegal. He married Mary Heron GORDON, married 2 Jun 1788 in Lochmaben, Dumfries, Scotland.
                Children:
               i.    Dorothea BABINGTON, d. 5 Jan 1843.  She married William Henry BABINGTON, b. 10 Nov 1769 in Tyrone, Ireland,  (son of William BABINGTON and Catherine STEWART),  d. 27 Nov 1846 in Londonderry, Derry, Ireland.  William: Bourkes Landed Gentry - Lieut. R.N., of Croagland, co. Donegal, educ. Trin. Coll. Dublin.
               ii.    Katherine BABINGTON.
               iii.    Mary BABINGTON.
               iv.    Johanna BABINGTON.
               v.    Patricia BABINGTON.
               vi.    Jane BABINGTON.
               vii.    Alexander BABINGTON.

155.    William BABINGTON, b. 1741, d. 1818.  He married Janet MAITLAND, married 16 May 1773 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, b. 16 Jun 1748 in Penpont, Dumfriesshire, Scotland (daughter of Charles MAITLAND).
                Children:
               i.    Mary BABINGTON.
               ii.    Griselda (Grace) BABINGTON.
               iii.    William BABINGTON.
               iv.    Catherine BABINGTON.
               v.    Margaret BABINGTON.
               vi.    James Murray BABINGTON.
          241.    vii.    Charles Maitland BABINGTON b. 3 May 1775.
          242.    viii.    John BABINGTON b. 27 Nov 1785.

156.    William BABINGTON, b. 21 May 1756 in Portglenone, Co Antrim, Ireland, d. 29 Apr1833 in 15 Devonshire Place, London, Middlesex, England, buried in St Mary, Aldermanbury.  British physician.  Studied medicine at Guy's Hospital, London.  Spent 4 years at the Naval Hospital at Haslar, then returned to Guy's Hospital where in 1795 he was appointed physician until he resigned in 1811.  Apart from being esteemed in his profession, he had many other interests, the chief being mineralogy.  A meeting he called in 1807 led to the foundation of the Geological Society.  He was president of this society until 1822.  He was also a founder of the Hunterian Society and was made F.R.S. There is a monument to him in St Paul's Cathedral.
    His application to the Royal Society in 1805 reads
    Citation
    William Babington MD Senior Physician of Guys Hospital, a Gentleman eminently learned in Chemistry and Mineralogy, being desirous to become a Fellow of the Royal Society, We the undersigned, do from our personal Knowledge, recommend himas deserving that Honor, and as likely to prove an useful an valuable Member
    Proposers
    J W Dillwyn; S Tennant; Wm H Wollaston; Charles Hatchett; Edward Howard; Humphry Davy; William Saunders; Everard Home; Will Morgan;John Abernethy; G W Jordan; John Symmons; Nathl Hulme; Benj Way; Jas Edwd Smith. He married Martha Elizabeth HOUGH, married 21 Jul 1787, b. 1766 (daughter of Stephen HOUGH), d. 4 Jul 1849 in George St, Hanover Sqare, London.
                Children:
               i.    Elizabeth Helen BABINGTON, b. 1788.  She married Thomas Hanson PEILE, married 22 Jul 1818 in St Mary, Alderbury.
          243.    ii.    William BABINGTON b. 19 Nov 1789.
          244.    iii.    Stephen BABINGTON b. 31 Dec 1790.
               iv.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1792.
          245.    v.    Benjamin Guy BABINGTON b. 1794.
               vi.    Ann BABINGTON, b. 1795.   She married Solomon PEILE, married 22 Jan 1818.
               vii.    Arthur BABINGTON, b. 1797,  d. 1820.
               viii.    David BABINGTON, b. 1800, d. in Paris, France.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - died while a medical student in Paris.
          246.    ix.    Martha Lyndon BABINGTON b. 4 May 1802.
               x.    Angel BABINGTON, b. 25 Nov 1803.   She married Benjamin PEILE, b. in Bishop Hatfield, Hertfordshire.
               xi.    James Pely BABINGTON, b. 18 Feb 1807.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - educ Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. (1832).
               xii.    Helen BABINGTON, b. 11 Nov 1809, d. 15 Apr 1814.

157.    David BABINGTON, b. 30 Nov 1758.   He married (1) Helen McMANUS (daughter of Bryan McMANUS), d. 15 Mar 1788.   He married (2) Mary BANNERMAN, married 14 Jan 1792 (daughter of George BANNERMAN).
                Children by Helen McMANUS:
               i.    Alicia Helen BABINGTON, d. 1859.
                Children by Mary BANNERMAN:
               ii.    Anne Letitia BABINGTON.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Rev., D.D., Fellow of Trin. Coll. Dublin, Regis Professor of Divinity at the University of Dublin, elder son of Rt. Rev. Thomas Elrington, D.D. Bishop of Ferns and Leighlin 1822-1835. She married Charles Richard ELRINGTON, married 16 Dec 1814,  d. 18 Jan 1850.
               iii.    William Charles BABINGTON, b. 1796, d. 1831.
               iv.    Evoryna BABINGTON, b. 1802, d. 1879.

158.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 17 Feb 1765, d. 9 Feb 1831.  Rector of Lower Comber 1812-31, educated Trin. Coll. Dublin. He married Mary BOYLE, married 19 Jun 1789, b. 1769 (daughter of James BOYLE), d. 6 Apr 1853.
                Children:
               i.    George BABINGTON, b. 9 Apr 1790, d. 25 Apr 1862.
               ii.    James BABINGTON, b. 17 Sep 1791, d. 18 Dec 1825.
               iii.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 2 Aug 1793, d. 21 Dec 1885.
               iv.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 29 Apr 1795, d. 18 Jul 1870.
               v.    Mary BABINGTON, b. 26 Jun 1796.
               vi.    Angel BABINGTON, b. 26 Dec 1797, d. 1832.
               vii.    John BABINGTON, b. 4 Dec 1798.
               viii.    Anthony BABINGTON, b. 3 Dec 1800, d. 31 Jan 1869.
               ix.    Henry BABINGTON, b. 28 Oct 1802.
          247.    x.    Hume BABINGTON b. 17 Sep 1804.
               xi.    William Knox BABINGTON, b. 26 Jun 1806.
               xii.    Charles Stuart BABINGTON, b. 27 Jul 1808.
               xiii.    David Decimus BABINGTON, b. 23 Aug 1810, d. 21 Nov 1889.
               xiv.    Thomas Henderson BABINGTON, b. 15 May 1813, d. 2 Aug 1869.  He married Alice ACKERS.

159.    George Kinsley BABINGTON, b. 29 Dec 1776, d. Apr 1862.
                Children:
          248.    i.    George BABINGTON.

160.    Thomas Arthur BABINGTON, b. 25 Nov 1820 in Cossington, Leicestershire, England,  d. 30 Nov 1896 in Clifton.   Burkes Landed Gentry - Rev. of Cossington co. Leicester, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. He married Katherine Mary BOLTON, married 19 Aug 1847 in Paris, France,  (daughter of Cornelius Henry BOLTON).
                Children:
               i.    Mary Augusta BABINGTON.
               ii.    Eleanor Katherine BABINGTON, d. 23 Aug 1916.
               iii.    Emily Frances BABINGTON.  She married Arthur Edward Wellington FOX, married 8 Jul 1886.

161.    John Albert BABINGTON, b. 13 Nov 1843,  d. 13 May 1931.   Burkes Landed Gentry - Rev. of Cossington co. Leicester, Asst. master at marlborough Coll. 1867-75, Head master of Lincoln Grammar School 1875-80, Asst master at Tonbridge School 1880-1903, Vicar of Tenterden 1907-24. Educ. Rugby and new Coll. Oxford, M.A. (1872). He married Emily Elizabeth GARDNER, married 29 Jun 1876,  (daughter of William GARDNER).
                Children:
               i.    Percy Lancelot BABINGTON, b. 24 Jul 1877.   Burkes Landed Gentry - of Cossington, co Leicester. Educ. Tonbridge and St. John's Coll. Camb., M.A. (1917), LL.B. (1899).
               ii.    Humfrey Temple BABINGTON, b. 19 Jul 1884 in Hornbridge, Kent, England,  d. 1 May 1917 in Somme, France, buried in Aveluy Communal Cem. Extension, Somme, France.   Enlisted  19 Aug 1916. Army enlistment shows Occupation tramways employee, Height 5' 10'', Weight 142lbs, Complexion fair, Eyes blue, Hair brown, Rel C of E. Died on active service of brochitis.
               iii.    Margaret Agnes BABINGTON.

162.    Augustus Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 8 Jan 1851 in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England,  d. 22 Feb 1900.   Burkes Landed Gentry - of Redlands, Parkstone, Dorset, J.P. He married Merriall Lucy PATTON, married 15 May 1884 in Kensington, London, Middlesex, England,  b. Abt 1852 in Cornwall, England (daughter of Henry PATTON).
                Children:
               i.    Merriall Francis BABINGTON, b. 1887 in Prestbury, Gloucestershire, England.  She married Giorgio Emmanuell BOSELLI, married Aug 1910 in Chelsea, London, Middlesex, England,  (son of Francesco Campoferra Vaghera BOSELLI).
               ii.    Thomas Zachary Dodson BABINGTON, b. 27 Nov 1889,  d. 16 Oct 1918,  buried in Karachi Cemetary.  Burkes Landed Gentry - Capt. Indian Infantry.
                Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Lieutenant, Indian Army Reserve of Officers, attd., 49th Bengalis.
               iii.    Gervoise Guy Macaulay BABINGTON, b. 29 Apr 1892,  d. 11 May 1892.

163.    Thomas Henry BABINGTON, b. 1833.  He married Clara GILLIAT, married 20 Dec 1859.
                Children:
          249.    i.    Thomas Mathew BABINGTON b. 27 Jun 1862.
               ii.    Clara BABINGTON, b. 28 Feb 1864.
               iii.    Henry Gilliat BABINGTON, b. 20 Jan 1867, d. 1940 in Malpas, Cheshire, England.
               iv.    Nora BABINGTON, b. 6 Apr 1869.
               v.    John Gilliat BABINGTON, b. 24 Nov 1870, d. 1940 in Malpas, Cheshire, England.

164.    Louisa Anne Fanny BABINGTON, d. 16 Feb 1914.  She married John Saunders GILLIAT, married 29 May 1860, b. 24 Nov 1829, d. 11 Feb 1912.  John: Educated at Harrow School, Harrow on the Hill, London, England. He held the office of Governor of the Bank of England between 1883 and 1885. He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Clapham between 1886 and 1892. He partipicated in an ordinance between 1892 and 1900; Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Widnes. He lived at Chorleywood Cedars, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Ida Sophia GILLIAT, d. 1 Aug 1938.  She married George Vere Hugh CHOLMONDELEY, married 19 jan 1899, b. 13 Sep 1871, d. 28 Mar 1925.
               ii.    John Babington GILLIAT, b. 10 Apr 1868, d. 10 Feb 1949.  Lt.-Col.  Gilliat was educated at Eton College, Eton, Berkshire, England . He was educated at New College, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England . He became a Inner Temple in 1894, Barrister-at-Law. He held the office of Justice of the Peace (J.P.). Decorated with the award of Companion, Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) in 1900. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.). He fought in the Boer War between 1900 and 1901. Lived at The Manor House, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England .   He married Muriel Helen Lycette MILNE.

165.    George Matthew BABINGTON, b. 13 Feb 1829, d. 5 Jan 1874 in New Zealand.  He married Ellen Jane FLAXMAN, married 25 Dec 1863 in All Saints, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia (daughter of Charles FLAXMAN).
                Children:
               i.    Catherine Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 1 Nov 1864 in Campbelltown, New Zealand.
               ii.    Charles Henry BABINGTON, b. 24 Jul 1866 in Timaru, New Zealand.  Another source give D.o.b. as 24 July1873.
               iii.    Herbert Ravenscroft BABINGTON, b. 1 May 1868 in New Zealand, d. 2 Oct 1869 in East St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Death, Birthplace: Newz, Reg Year: 1869 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 10452.
               iv.    George Gisborne BABINGTON, b. 1870 in New Zealand, d. 1876.  LDS AVR - Death, Age at Death: 5, Birthplace: Cant, Reg Year: 1876 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 3613.

166.    William Henry RAVENSCROFT, b. 11 Jan 1843.  He married Edith Elizabeth FOX, married 24 Jun 1864.
                Children:
               i.    Percival Douglas RAVENSCROFT, b. 19 Apr 1875, d. 15 Apr 1883.
               ii.    Lionel Babington RAVENSCROFT, b. 4 Oct 1876 in Kensington, London, Middlesex, England.  Page 7177 of The London Gazette November 30, 1897 shows promotion of a Lieutenant Lionel Babington Ravenscroft of The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
                In the 1930 Electoral Rolls, Commonwealth - Sydney, State - Woollhara, Sub-division of Darlinghurst listed as 32 Darlinghurst Rd, Merchant. He married Margaret Anne (RAVENSCROFT).
          250.    iii.    Violet Hastings RAVENSCROFT b. 4 Feb 1879.

167.    Arthur Gisborne Babington RAVENSCROFT, b. 26 Apr 1853 in Kensington, London, Middlesex, England.  In the 1903 &1905 Commonwealth of Australia Electoral Rolls, State of Queensland, Division of Maranoa, Polling place of Caiwarro Athur is listed as Station Manager of Caiwarro Station and in 1905 Dora Vernon as domestic duties. He married Dora Vernon STEPHEN, married 30 Nov 1892.
                Children:
               i.    Doris Rose RAVENSCROFT, b. 30 Oct 1902.


21st Generation

168.    Mary Ann Ellen NICHOLSON, b. 8 Oct 1862 in Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.  She married Henry GREEN, married Dec 1883 in Aston Bham, Warwickshire, England, b. 23 Mar 1862 in Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, d. 19 Dec 1889 in Warwickshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    William GREEN, b. Abt 1885 in Warwickshire, England.
               ii.    Alice GREEN, b. Abt 1887 in Warwickshire, England.
          251.    iii.    Henry Harry GREEN b. 22 Apr 1888.
               iv.    Charles E GREEN, b. Sep 1891 in Warwickshire, England.

169.    James Henry NICHOLSON, b. 13 May 1866 in Erdington, Warwickshire, England, d. 4 Jun 1918 in Witten, England.  Children:- Lilian Felicia 1886 - , Alice Maud 1889 - 1940, Elsie Leticia 1891 - , James William 1894 - 1971, Claude Christopher 1895 - , Frank Edward 1897 - , George Silas 1899 - , Amy 1901 - 1901, Sydney 1905 - 1992, Charles Frederick 1908 - . He married Alice ENSOR, married May 1886 in Warwickshire, England, b. Dec 1865 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, d. 14 Jun 1941 in Witton, England.
                Children:
          252.    i.    James William NICHOLSON b. 25 Apr 1894.

170.    William NICHOLSON, b. Abt 1869 in Aston Bham, Warwickshire, England, d. 3 Nov 1928.  Email from Claudine Smee
    Hi, William Nicholson was my grandfather. He lived in Clifton Road Aston Birmingham with his parents. I have a cousin who has a photograph of HIS parents (my great grandparents). William married Kezia Nicholson and they had 8 children.
    William married Mamie=2 children
    George married Ethel no children
    Dorothy  married Leo Silvester=2 children
    Claude (my dad) married Mary Elizabeth=6 children
    Kezia spinster
    Chris batchelor
    Iris married Leo Ameghino=2 children
    John married Rose=6 children
    
    When grand dad William married Kezia they moved to 90 Potters Hill Aston. Grandma died in 1947. Auntie Iris remained at 90 Potters Hill until 1970 when the City Council cleared the area for redevelopment.
    
    I have photos of grandad, I have a very good copy of his apprenticeship document dated 1895. He trained as a goldsmith with James Mason of Birmingham and was paid 1 shilling per year plus food and clothes. Each year the pay doubled for the 5 year period of the apprenticeship. Grandad was a great pigeon racer and won many trophies.
    
    Grandad had a brother named Claude, he fought in the Boer war and was injured-died and buried in Bloemfontein in South Africa. Claude features strongly in our branch of the family surrently there are two Claudes (plus me)
    
    A fact of which my family are very proud is that at EVERY home match for Aston Villa FC since 1897 there has been a member of the Nicholson clan in attendance! My brother Anthony is currently a Season Ticket holder.
    
    I will organise for you to have email photos of the debenture (apprenticeship documents) plus grandads photos and will speak to cousin John Silvester re great granparents photos.
    I also have an old map of the area where all of the 1900 Nicholsons lived. Grandparents at 90 Potters Hill my mom and dad next door at 88. Uncle Jack round the corner in Bartons Bank, Auntie Doll (Dorothy) in Victoria Road, Uncle Chris at 94 Potters Hill- so school holidays were great times all of the Nicholson kids playing in the garden of 88 Potters Hill.
    
    I will dig out what I can find relevant to your research and forward them to you asap, any other bits and pieces will also wing their way to you.
     Best wishes
     Claudine Mee. He married Kezia GRIFFEN, married Jun 1892 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, b. Mar 1871 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, d. 25 Oct 1947.
                Children:
          253.    i.    Claude NICHOLSON.

171.    Minnie LAWSON.  She married Frederick Charles TALBOT (son of John TALBOT and Sarah ELLETT).
                Children:
          254.    i.    Rose Helen Howden TALBOT.

172.    John Richard WOOD, b. 28 Oct 1868 in Guildford, Victoria, Australia, d. 5 Sep 1939 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  He married Catherine RICHARDS.
                Children:
               i.    Ellen Theresa WOOD, b. 25 May 1900.
               ii.    Florence Ethel WOOD, b. 22 Jan 1903, d. 10 Feb 1987.
               iii.    William Alfred WOOD, b. 22 May 1905.

173.    Susannah Mary WOOD, b. 12 Oct 1870 in Guildford, Victoria, Australia, d. 18 Jan 1959 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia.  She married Henry George GIBAUD, married 23 May 1892 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, b. 11 Feb 1868 in London, England.  Henry: Killed by car at Fitzroy Bowling Club Buried
    Heidleberg Cemetery. Death reg.no. 1930/2238. Arrived on the ship "Lincolnshire" in March 1878. Henry started the brush factory business according to Keith Gibaud. He is claimed to have been "a bit of a drinker" and had diabetes. He is reported to have had a leg amputated due to Gangrene caused by diabetes. Henry's wife also had a leg amputated, caused by gangrene caused by diabetes. Henry arrived on the "Lincolnshire" of 1024 tons, Master George Coleman Sladden, which left London on 7/12/1877 and Plymouth on 15 December, 1877, taking 150 days to get to Melbourne in March, 1878, with the equivalent of 35 Statute Adults on board. Henry is shown as being 10 years and was accompanied by his mother Emma (35), Peter (11), Walter (8) and Albert (5).
    Started a brush factory business.
                Children:
               i.    Henry Peter GIBAUD, b. 1 May 1893 in Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 29 Jun 1964 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Managed his father's brush factory. He married (1) Aida BECKEFELD, married 28 Jul 1917 in Victoria, Australia, d. 16May 1944 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia.  He married (2) Jean PATERSON, married 8 Mar 1946 in Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    William Alfred GIBAUD, b. 1 Sep 1895 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 9 May 1971 in Preston, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  A wall tiler and builder. Won a minor Victorian Golf Championship. Leading trotting driver in Western Australia in
                1932. Very good at all sports.
                . He married Ettie LANCASTER, married 17 Apr 1920 in Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    George Mathew GIBAUD, b. 5 Jul 1897 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 17 Aug 1977 in Preston, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Worked in the brush factory. He married Irene GLANVILLE, married 1923 in Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Arthur John GIBAUD, b. 2 Jul 1899 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 23 Jun 1992.
               v.    Leslie Albert GIBAUD, b. 28 Jun 1901 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 22 Aug 1983 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Worked in the brush factory all his life. A very good cricketer.   He married Mabel Gladys ALLISON, married 9 Jul 1927 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, b. 31 Mar 1902, d. 28 Oct 1975.
               vi.    Eric Babington GIBAUD, b. 4 Jul 1905 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, d. 15 Dec 1995 in Apollo Bay, Victoria, Australia.  He married Elsie May CRACKNELL, married 5 Oct 1928 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia, b. 22 Aug 1904, d. 24 Dec 1992.

174.    Alfred Mathew WOOD, b. 15 Feb 1875 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 16 Nov 1945 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  He married Catherine Cecilia BRODERICK.
                Children:
               i.    Alfred Melbourne WOOD, b. 22 Sep 1900, d. 11 Nov 1993.
               ii.    Reginald WOOD, b. 21 Dec 1903, d. 1973.

175.    George Griffis WOOD, b. 30 Jun 1877 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 8 Nov 1954 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.  Middle name shown as Griffith at death. He married Emma OWEN, married 13 Mar 1909 in East Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    George WOOD, b. in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Arthur John WOOD, b. 23 Oct 1910 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Lilian WOOD, b. 30 Nov 1911 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    John Owen WOOD, b. 7 Dec 1917 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, d. 5 Mar 1991.
               v.    Nancy Canberra WOOD, b. 12 Sep 1919 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, d. 2 Aug 1931.
               vi.    George Griffith WOOD, b. 30 Oct 1921 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

176.    Phoebe Lawrence WOOD, b. 17 Oct 1881 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 23 Jan 1970 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.  She married William Leonard BROWN, married 28 Jan 1911 in Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Stella BROWN, b. 1914.

177.    Florence Janet WOOD, b. 1 Oct 1885 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 1959.  She married Percy Hector WILSON, married 28 Oct 1922.
                Children:
               i.    Marjorie WILSON, b. 17 Apr 1924.

178.    Arthur Job WOOD, b. 29 Feb 1888 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, d. 13 Jul 1942 in Northcote, Victoria, Australia, buried in Fawkner, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  He married Grace HENDY, married 23 Dec 1915 in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    William Arthur WOOD, b. 22 Oct 1920 in Croxton, Northcote, Victoria, Australia, d. 11 Apr 1991 in East Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia, buried in Warringal, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Wakter Ernest WOOD, b. 22 Oct 1920 in Croxton, Northcote, Victoria, Australia, d. 22 Dec 1990 in Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia.

179.    Rebecca PRINGLE, b. 8 May 1869, d. 2 Jan 1942.  She married William James ORDE, married 1893.
                Children:
               i.    William James ORDE, d. 7 Aug 1978.
               ii.    Susan Rebecca ORDE.
               iii.    Maimie ORDE, b. 19 May 1894, d. 20 Sep 1969.
               iv.    Nellie Rebecca ORDE, b. Abt Jan 1902, d. 6 Apr 1902.
               v.    Thomas (Tully) ORDE, b. 24 Feb 1904, d. 21 Mar 1989.
               vi.    Arnold John ORDE, b. 1910, d. 12 Aug 1988.

180.    Ellen (Nell) PRINGLE, b. 6 Jun 1873, d. Feb 1949.  She married Thomas McJANNETT.
                Children:
               i.    Ruth Mina McJANNETT, b. 26 Mar 1902.
               ii.    Gladys Myrtle McJANNETT, b. 30 Mar 1904, d. 4 Apr 1981.
               iii.    Jean Muriel McJANNETT, b. 15 Jun 1912, d. 11 JUN1984.

181.    Ruth May PRINGLE, b. 13 Jun 1885 in Lyonville, Victoria, Australia, d. Nov 1967.  She married Alexander SUTHERLAND, married 3 Sep 1902 in Lyonville, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Nellie May SUTHERLAND, b. 18 Oct 1903 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia, d. 18 Oct 1972.
               ii.    Alexander Pringle SUTHERLAND, b. 1 Nov 1908 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Ruth Gladys SUTHERLAND, b. 15 Feb 1912 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia, d. 1933.
               iv.    George Cameron SUTHERLAND, b. 7 Jan 1914 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia, d. 14 Nov 1972.
               v.    Keith Douglas SUTHERLAND, b. 15 Mar 1916 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia.
               vi.    Bruce Donald SUTHERLAND, b. 26 Feb 1920 in Bullarto, Victoria, Australia.
               vii.    Joyce Rebecca SUTHERLAND, b. 18 Apr 1924.
               viii.    Donald James SUTHERLAND, b. 17 May 1926.

182.    Janet BABINGTON, b. 1871 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1938 in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia.  Birth Reg.No.1871/16533 R;Marr.Reg.No.1898/2055;Death Reg.No.1938/14111.
    Mother's name shown as Irwin in death registration. She married Robert Haddon MUIR, married 1898 in Victoria, Australia, b. 1864 in Emerald Hill, Victoria, Australia, d. 1936 in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Florence MUIR, b. 1899 in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia, d. 1946 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Hilda Babington MUIR, b. 1901 in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia, d. 1963 in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia.

183.    Hannah BABINGTON, b. Abt 1876 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1964 in Sandringham.  She married Sydney Samuel Walt DAVIES, married 1901 in Victoria, Australia, b. Abt 1876 in England, d. 1925 in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Serena Babington Walt DAVIES, b. 1901 in Prahran, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Phyllis Eliza DAVIES, b. 1905 in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia, d. 1982 in Dromana, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Gwendolyn Wall DAVIES.

184.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1878 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. Feb 1932 in Colac, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Event Place: Gl En, Reg Year: 1878 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 9391. He married Anne BUCHANAN, married 1911 in Victoria, Australia, b. 1873 in Wickliffe, Victoria, Australia, d. 1924 in Colac, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Richard BABINGTON, b. 1911 in Colac, Victoria, Australia, d. 1911 in Colac, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Laurence Richard BABINGTON, b. 1913 in North Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Eric William BABINGTON, b. 1916 in Black Forrest, Victoria, Australia.

185.    Edward Lawrence BABINGTON, b. 1883 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 8 Dec 1964 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Father: Richard, Mother: Trewin Eliza, Event Place: Glen, Reg Year: 1883 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 9741. He married Ivy Gertrude SMITHERS, b. 1894 in Lorne, Victoria, Australia, d. 1962 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Erwin BABINGTON.
               ii.    Maureen BABINGTON.
               iii.    Florence BABINGTON.
               iv.    Beryl Isabel BABINGTON, b. Abt 1912, d. 1912 in Birregurra, Victoria, Australia.
               v.    Edward BABINGTON, b. 26 Jan 1917, d. in Lorne, Victoria, Australia.
               vi.    Shirley BABINGTON, b. 1930.

186.    Florence Beatrice BABINGTON, b. 25 Oct 1885 in Loddon Sawmill, Victoria, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Father: Richard, Mother: Irwin Eliza, Event Place: Glen, Reg Year: 1885 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 25828. She married Ernest Jame CATTLIN, married 1907, b. Abt 1885 in Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Walter CATTLIN.
               ii.    Raymond Babington CATTLIN.

187.    Abraham BABINGTON, b. 1854 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.  Abraham was living with his Grandmother in Fosdyke in 1861 - not known if he is a legitimate child of a son or an illigitimate child of a daughter - most probably the child of Susan who had at least two other illigitimate childen, as he named his daughter Susan.
    In 1871 was an Agricultural Servant in Kirton Fen.
    In 1881 living with wife Elizabeth and children Israel and Susan at North Kyme.
    By 1891 the family had moved to Fishtoft and three more children were on the scene. He married Eliza Ruth BRODERICK, b. Jun 1855 in Moulton, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
          255.    i.    Israel William BABINGTON b. 1877.
               ii.    Susan Ellen BABINGTON, b. 21 Dec 1879 in North Kyme, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Frederick William SYKES.
               iii.    Emily Ruth BABINGTON, b. 1883 in Kyme, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Tom SCOTNEY.
          256.    iv.    Alfred David BABINGTON b. Mar 1885.
               v.    Ethel BABINGTON, b. 1887 in Fishtoft, Lincolnshire, England.  She married Fred EVERTON.

188.    Abraham WATSON, b. 23 Oct 1869 in Fosdyke, Lincolnshire, England, occupation Coal Miner, d. 16 Jul 1937 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England.  Children
     Ernest  b: 1890 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England
     John Thomas  b: 1894 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England
     Edith  b: 1897 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England
     Jessie  b: 1898 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England. He married Betsy (WATSON), b. 1875 in Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Ernest WATSON, b. 1890 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England.
               ii.    John Thomas WATSON, b. 1894 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England.
               iii.    Edith WATSON, b. 1897 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England.
               iv.    Jessie WATSON, b. 1898 in Wombwell, Yorkshire, England.

189.    Mary Ann HILTON, b. 1878 in Fosdyke Fen, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1915 in Hull, Yorkshire, England.  She married Frederick HESELGROVE, married in Castleford, Yorkshire, England.
                Children:
               i.    Doris Margurie HESELGROVE.  She married George HEMSWORTH.

190.    Mary Pearsall LEAR, b. 6 May 1853 in Hobart Town, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1930 in Malvern, Victoria, Australia.  She married Ralph ABERCROMBIE, married 1881 in Victoria, Australia, b. 1855 in North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (son of Albert ABERCROMBIE and Mary THOMSON).
                Children:
               i.    Darcy Ralph ABERCROMBIE, b. 1882 in Yarraville, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Percy John ABERCROMBIE, b. 1884 in Yarraville, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Mary Ruby ABERCROMBIE, b. 1885 in Yarraville, Victoria, Australia.

191.    Frank Alfred LEAR, b. 1857 in Alberton, Victoria, Australia, d. 16 Jun 1914 in Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Maria WISHART, married 1880 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia, b. 1860 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia (daughter of John WISHART and Jane SWEET).
                Children:
               i.    Lawrence LEAR, b. 1881 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Florence LEAR, b. 1881 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.  She married John Wetheral JOHNSON, married 6 May 1908 in Tasmania, Australia.
               iii.    Guy Wishart LEAR, b. 1882 in Sale, Victoria, Australia.  Boer War Nominal Rolls show
                Lear Guy Wishart, Pte, #130, 2nd Mounted Rifles, Invalided, Australia, arr. 29/07/1900
                Lear Guy Wishart, Pte, #1127, 5th Mounted rifles. He married Ada L. GAMM, married 1912 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Doris Claire LEAR, b. 1891 in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia.  Officer in Land and Survey Department, Melbourne.
               v.    Lawrence LEAR, b. C1906 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.

192.    Darcy Connor LEAR, b. 13 Oct 1862 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia, d. 28 Aug 1953 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  A schoolteacher at Tarraville. Captained Alberton United Football Team. Won rifle match at Port Albert 1885. He married Florence Mary NIGHTINGALE, married 30 Dec 1890 in Tarraville, Victoria, Australia, b. 25 May 1865 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (daughter of Richard NIGHTINGALE and Jane HILL),  d. 2 Apr 1908 in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.  Florence: "Notes to myself"
    Postcards of Military uniforms.
    No 12. 93rd Sutherland Highlanders. Windsor 1882.
    Includes Lt. Col Nightingale in Patrol Jacket.
                Children:
               i.    Eric Nightingale LEAR, b. 1891 in Fryerstown, Victoria, Australia, d. 24 Jul 1917 in France, buried in Trois-Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord,France.  Sergeant 10966, 3rd Div. Train, Australian Army Service Corps.
                Enlisted Parkville, Vic., Died of Wounds. Wife -1918 - of 95 Hope St., South Yarra, Vic. Native of Fryerstown.
                Left hand bowler for the North Melb Cricket Club. Also Captain of the 22nd ASC Cricket Club in France. A member of the Civil Service Rowing Club.
                Served in the Senior Cadets and Lieutenant 60th Citizen Forces Carlton. He married Annie TOBIN, married 1916 in Victoria, Australia.
               ii.    Mary Nightingale LEAR, b. 1893 in Fryerstown, Victoria, Australia, d. 1960.
               iii.    Dorothy Connor LEAR, b. 1895 in Fryers Creek, Victoria, Australia, d. Nov 1985 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Wilfred Connor LEAR, b. 1897 in Fryers Creek, Victoria, Australia, d. 1897 in Fryers Creek, Victoria, Australia.
          257.    v.    Darcy Connor LEAR b. 7 Jun 1898.
               vi.    Ruth Cuncliffe LEAR, b. 11 Jan 1901 in Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia.
               vii.    John James (Jack) LEAR, b. 1905 in Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia, d. 30 May 1905 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

193.    Keith Babington LEAR, b. 1874 in Yarraville, Victoria, Australia, d. 1952 in Toora, Victoria, Australia.  He married Elizabeth KERR, married 1918 in Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    John William LEAR, b. 1919.

194.    George Alfred BEARD, b. 25 May 1868 in Copperfield, Peak Downs, Queensland, Australia, d. 17 Aug 1925 in Port Kembla, New South Wales, Australia.  First mine manager at Mt Isa and his homes were mainly in Cobar and Port Kembla in NSW, Coolgardie and Boulder in WA. Grandson George Ernest Beard recalls George Alfred on the verandah of his Port Kembla home in about 1925, ill from from Miners Phthysis, sending him to the shop with sixpence (5 cents) to buy boiled lollies and on his return George taking out the black ones and giving them to him. He married Honora CORBETT, married 1893 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, b. 2 Aug 1868 in Araluen, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1953 in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
          258.    i.    Alfred Patrick Leo BEARD b. 21 Sep 1894.
          259.    ii.    George Coleman BEARD b. 22 Aug 1896.
          260.    iii.    Leonard Corbett BEARD b. 1900.
          261.    iv.    Mary Margaret BEARD b. 1902.
          262.    v.    Francis James BEARD b. 3 May 1905.
          263.    vi.    Nora Kathleen BEARD b. 1907.

195.    Eva Anne BEARD, b. 17 Dec 1869 in Queensland, Australia, d. 2 Mar 1953 in North Perth, Western Australia, Australia.   She married John Owen HUNT, married 1891 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1860 in Patrick Plains (now Singleton), New South Wales, Australia.  John: Mine manager of theGreat Cobar Mine before moving to Kalgoorlie in 1904.
                Children:
               i.    Arlene Martha HUNT, b. 1892 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1969 in Moor, Victoria, Australia.  She married Unknown CERINI.
               ii.    Elizabeth M. HUNT, b. 1893 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.
               iii.    Jack HUNT, b. 1896 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Frank R. HUNT, b. 1900 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Dorothy E. HUNT, b. 1902 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.
          264.    vi.    Eva Sydney Myee HUNT b. 1904.

196.    Mabel Gertrude BEARD, b. 14 Oct 1871 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 30 Jun 1951 in Mt. Hawthorn, Western Australia, Australia.  She married Charles Henry LEAVER, married 18 Oct 1889 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, b. 19 Mar 1867 in Kensington, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (son of Thomas LEAVER and Matilda HUMPHRIES),  d. 20 Sep 1957 in Victoria Park, Western Australia, Australia, buried Karrakatta in Western Australia, Australia, occupation Miner/Prospector/Farmer.  Charles: Description on enlistment 10.04.1916. Age 45 (actual 49), Height 5ft 8ins, Chest  36/39, Complexion dark, Eyes Brown, Hair Brown.
    From "History of Dalwallinu 1846 - 1979"
    1929.......Mr. V. Arthur later wrote reminiscences of the trip..........Not long before they reached the "Fence" they met up with an old man with an axe over one shoulder and a bloodied arm. The man, Mr. C. (Charlie) Leaver, who was the father of a large family, was on his way home  after having been injured by a falling tree branch.
                Children:
          265.    i.    Gladys Emma LEAVER b. 1890.
               ii.    Mabel J. LEAVER, b. 1892 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.  NSW Birth Reg 10846/1892
                . She married David GILLESPIE.
          266.    iii.    Eva Elizabeth LEAVER b. 28 Nov 1893.
          267.    iv.    Charles LEAVER b. 1895.
          268.    v.    William Alfred LEAVER b. 10 Sep 1897.
          269.    vi.    Diana Matilda (Dinah) LEAVER b. 11 Dec 1899.
          270.    vii.    Jeraldine Catherine (Dene) LEAVER b. 1902.
          271.    viii.    Thomas James LEAVER b. 1904.
          272.    ix.    Henry Beard Witargo LEAVER b. 22 Aug 1907.
          273.    x.    Ernest Eric LEAVER b. 1 May 1910.
          274.    xi.    Gwendoline Mabel LEAVER b. 1911.
          275.    xii.    Iris Gertrude LEAVER b. 1912.
          276.    xiii.    Joy LEAVER b. 10 Aug 1914.

197.    Gerald Audley Babington BEARD, b. 22 Nov 1873 in Queensland, Australia, d. 14 Jul 1924 in Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, buried in Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia.  Birth Certificate shows Jerold. Marriage certificate is Gerald Babbington and gives occupation as miner, witnesses, George Beard & Annie Genevieve Corbett.
    WWI. Tried to enlist in 1915 - rejected because of bad feet. (Each little toe overlaps it's neighbour).
    Enlisted in Kalgoorlie  11 Apr 1916. Enlistment papers show:-  Age 42 years 4 months, Height 6' 1'', Weight 174, Complexion dark, Eyes blue, hair brown, Rel C of E..
     Enlisted to 62 Depot then Ming Corp Reinforcements 16th May 1916 and Miners Reinforcements Seymour 18th July 1916. Embarked 30th July 1916 aboard HMAT Suffolk from Melbourne to Plymouth and proceede to France 1st January 1917.  Attached to the 1st Tunnelling Coy on 12th March 1917. To hospital sick on 28th June 1918 and discharged medically unfit with Rheumatism and RTA 19 Oct 1918.
    
    West Australian   Perth   Thursday  July 17 1924
    Beard - On July 14, at his residence, 84 Olive St Subiaco, Gerald A B (Boss) dearly beloved husband of Mary, fond father of Nellie, Stanley, Geraldine (Prendiville), Eva (Bahen), Ted (killed in action, Pozierres, late of Kalgoorlie and 1st Field Tunnellers, AIF) age 50 years. He married Mary MURPHY, married 31 Jan 1894 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, b. 31 May 1876 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, (daughter of Norah (MURPHY)),  d. 28 Apr 1955 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.  Mary: NSW Marr Reg 3125/1894. Marriage cert. gives age 17, Housemaid. Permission for her to marry given by her guardian, Bartholomew Keeffe.Other info says name is Keef(f)e although no further info has been found - previous marriage? - NSW index does not list maiden name but 'name at time of marriage". Marriage reg V1847813 95/1847 is Bartholemew Keeffe to Johanna Kelly.
    There is a marr. cert. 7556/1876 for Mary Elizabeth Murphy b Bathurst dau of Peter & Mary Elizabeth.
    
    West Australian   Perth    April 30  1955
    Beard (Mary)    On April 28, at her residence, 12 Queenslea Drive, Claremont, dearly beloved wife of the late Gerald Beard, loving mother of Geraldine (Mrs PG Prendiville, deceased), Ted (deceased), Nellie (Mrs Loy Hennessy), Eve (Mrs Clem Bahen) and Stan (deceased).
                Children:
          277.    i.    Geraldine Mary BEARD b. 1894.
               ii.    William Edward BEARD, b. 1896 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, d. 15 Aug 1916 in France, buried in Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, France, occupation Bank Clerk, National Bank of Aust, Kalgoorlie.  School Christian Brothers Catholic College, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
                Religion Roman Catholic
                Occupation Bank official
                Address 39 Collins Street, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
                
                Enlistment papers show Occupation bank clerk, Height 5' 6'', Weight 133, Complexion medium, Eyes grey, Hair dark brown, Rel RC.
                Listed on the Villers-Bretonneux memorial, Somme, France.
                The Australian National Memorial was erected to commemorate Australian soldiers who fought in France and Belgium, to their dead, and especially to those of the dead whose graves are not known. These soldiers fell in the battlefields of the Somme, Arras and the "Hundred Days'. There are now over 10,000,  1914-18 war casualties commemorated on this memorial. Employed at the National Bank of Australia, Kalgoorlie, prior to enlisting.
                
                From the Australian Red Cross Society Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau files
                
                Written in reply by Q. M. Sgt L.A. Davies 3505
                C.Co 51st Batt A.I.F.
                Perham Downs Camp 21.4.17
                This man was orderly for the O. C. of  our Coy. at Möuqúét farm. He was killed on the morning of 14th Aug. 16. He and others were waiting in a shell hole till the enemy "Barrage" had ceased. a shell found them and killed most of them. I helped to dig them out, this man was alive when we got him but he died soon after. an attack was being made at the time. Ground was lost then. but was regained and held on Sept. 3rd 16. could not bury him as we had to get back quickly. He was only a little short lad 19 or 20. Fair came from W.A.
                
                Witness Pte Williams W. 3009 orig "B" Coy
                No. 5 Plat., 51st Batt., now "B" Coy, 70th Batt
                "There was a BEARD (we called him "Tiny") with the 51st Batt. in September of last year. Since then I heard from a mate that he was in a hospital at (?)tapleswith a slight wound about the end of September. This "Beard" came over with reinforcements to the 28th Batt. and joined the 51st Batt. at Serapius, Egypt. He may possibly be the W.E. Beard enquired for."
                Description Age about 22, height 6' 0", dark, well built, big head.
               iii.    John Patrick Power BEARD, b. 1898 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1899, buried 8 Oct 1899 in Old Boulder Cemetery, Western Australia, Australia.
          278.    iv.    Eva Gertrude BEARD b. 1903.
               v.    Nellie BEARD.

198.    Minnie Elsie BEARD, b. 1875 in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.  LDS AVR - (Mina)
    Reg Year:    1875, Reg State:    New South Wales, Ref Number: 16204. She married William BAX, married 1893 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Eva BAX, b. 1894 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.  NSW Marriage Reg District Brokrn Hill 23272/1947. She married Oswald H BROAD, married 1920.  Oswald:.
          279.    ii.    Oliver William BAX b. 14 Mar 1896.
               iii.    Vera BAX, b. 1898 in Cobar, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Leslie PLACE, married 1918 in Waverley, New South Wales, Australia.
          280.    iv.    Ivy BAX b. 1900.
          281.    v.    Leonard George BAX b. 1904.

199.    Tasman Robert BEARD, b. 21 Sep 1876 in Wanganui, New Zealand, d. 23 Mar 1912.  He married Emily Marion LEE, married 30 Oct 1907 in St Lukes, Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia, b. Abt 1880 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Emily Lilian BEARD, b. 22 Oct 1908 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Daisy Muriel BEARD, b. 25 Oct 1909 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.
               iii.    Laura Evelyn BEARD, b. 1 Dec 1911 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.

200.    Leslie Rupert George BEARD, b. 28 Jun 1889 in Tasmania, Australia, d. 10 Jul 1961 in Gympie, Queensland, Australia.  LDS AVR - Reg Year: 1889, Reg State:    Tasmania, Ref Number: 1097.     He married Louisa Ann HARRISON, married 8 Nov 1911 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia, b. 26 Jan 1891 in Beaconsfield, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1 Dec 1946 in Gympie, Queensland, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Louisa May BEARD, b. 30 May 1911 in Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia.  She married William JAMIE.
          282.    ii.    Ivy Lilian BEARD b. 9 Mar 1918.
               iii.    George Frederick BEARD, b. 1920.  He married Isabella BENSTEAD.
               iv.    Lesley Edward BEARD, b. 1923.
               v.    Mavis Margaret BEARD, b. 2 Sep 1925.  She married Claude Reginald STAINES.
          283.    vi.    William Frank BEARD b. 16 Nov 1928.

201.    Beatrice Maude SMITH, b. 21 Feb 1870 in Dunedin, New Zealand, d. 4 Oct 1935 in Christchurch, New Zealand.  She married Joseph Thomas COX, b. 16 Apr 1870 in Weatherstone, Otago, New Zealand, d. 12 Sep 1828 in Christchurch, New Zealand.
                Children:
          284.    i.    Hilda Ethel Beatrice COX b. 24 May 1898.

202.    Eardley Mac Babington HORTIN, b. 27 Jun 1877 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  Extracted from e-mail from Ross Hortin - As you can imagine I was really pleased as I knew from my dad, Eric, that his father, Eardley Mac Babington Hortin came from Tasmania, was the son of Frederick William Hortin and there was a link to the Babingtons.
    We also think the name Eardley came from Eardley Eardley-Wilmot (not sure of the exact spelling) who was, I think, the third Governor of Tasmania around1856 and that Frederick William Hortin may have come from England as his aide. (Sir John EARDLEY-WILMOT, Bt, Lt Gov. 1843-1846). He married (1) Harriet EVANS, married 9 Feb 1910.  He married (2) Ada Fanny ELLIS.
                Children by Ada Fanny ELLIS:
          285.    i.    Eric HORTIN.

203.    Eveline Blanche BEARD, b. 27 Dec 1867 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. in New South Wales, Australia.  She married William WAY, married 1894 in New South Wales, Australia, b. in England.
                Children:
               i.    Eveline (Lynne) WAY, d. 1985.
          286.    ii.    Robert Esmond (Essie) WAY.
               iii.    Keith WAY, d. 1970 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

204.    Mary Estelle BEARD, b. 2 Oct 1869 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 21 Mar 1946 in New South Wales, Australia.  She married Edward John GARDINER, married 31 May 1892 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, b. 22 Jul 1868 in New South Wales, Australia, d. 7 Aug 1960 in Parkeville, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Leslie GARDINER, b. 1896.
          287.    ii.    Arthur Edward GARDINER b. 18 Feb 1901.
               iii.    Douglas Babington GARDINER, b. 1905.  He married (1) Alice (GARDINER).  He married (2) Doris (GARDINER).
          288.    iv.    Richard Geraint GARDINER b. 6 Oct 1907.

205.    Alice Beatrice BEARD, b. 25 Apr 1871 in Port Cygnet, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Harold Allard DOYLE, married 1896 in New South Wales, Australia, b. 1871 in Tasmania, Australia, d. in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Ernest DOYLE.
               ii.    Vera DOYLE.
               iii.    Ray DOYLE.
               iv.    Una DOYLE.
               v.    Victor Austin DOYLE.

206.    Violet May BEARD, b. 15 Dec 1876 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1912.  NSW Marriage Reg District Sydney 8196/1904. She married Albert L HOWARDE, married 1904 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1949.
                Children:
               i.    Evelyn Zelma (Poppy) HOWARD.  She married Alan Roy Wesley WILLIAMS.
               ii.    Keneth Albert HOWARD.  He married Kathleen Francis ARMSTRONG, married 1939.

207.    Arthur Edward BEARD, b. 13 May 1880 in Emerald Hill, Victoria, Australia, d. 11 Jul 1947 in Toongabbie, Victoria, Australia.  Another source gives birth as 1879, Hobart. He married Violet May FOYLE, married 9 Mar 1918 in England.
                Children:
          289.    i.    Violet May BEARD b. 7 Oct 1919.
               ii.    Evelyn Margaret BEARD, b. 1920 in Australia.  She married (1) John Herbert GREY.  She married (2) John Reginald HAMBLIN.
          290.    iii.    Arthur William BEARD b. 5 Aug 1922.

208.    Ella E. BEARD, b. 1882 in New South Wales, Australia.  NSW Marriage Reg District Sydney 3102/1900. She married Jack BENJAMIN, married 1900 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Jack:.
                Children:
               i.    Phyllis BENJAMIN.
               ii.    Beryl BENJAMIN.
               iii.    Alfred BENJAMIN.
               iv.    Henry BENJAMIN.

209.    Harold Lawrence Nash SPONG, b. 12 Sep 1862 in Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, d. 16 May 1949 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Marion Thompson HARRISON, married 27 Jul 1892 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Harold Edward Harrison SPONG, b. 26 Aug 1893 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 9 Jan 1895 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Marion Dorothy SPONG, b. 6 Sep 1895 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               iii.    William Edward Nash SPONG, b. 21 Jun 1897 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               iv.    Vivian Cleary SPONG, b. 19 Dec 1898 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               v.    George Cameron Nash SPONG, b. 26 Nov 1900 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 4 Jun 1976 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               vi.    Irene Nash SPONG, b. 20 Jun 1905 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               vii.    Reginald Nash SPONG, b. ABT 1907 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. ABT 1907 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               viii.    Ronald William Nash SPONG, b. 13 Feb 1908 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               ix.    Phyllias Silvia Nash SPONG, b. 28 Aug 1911 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               x.    Voul Stanley Nash SPONG, b. 4 Sep 1912 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

210.    Rosamond Augusta SPONG, b. 31 Jan 1862 in Franklin, Tasmania, Australia, d. in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia.  She married Herbert Davies ARCHER, married 30 Jul 1889 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Herbert Reginald ARCHER, b. 20 Jun 1890 in Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Ellice Rosamond ARCHER, b. 11 Apr 1892 in Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.
               iii.    Marjorie Anne ARCHER, b. 15 Jan 1894 in Longford, Tasmania, Australia.

211.    Reginald Lawrence W. SPONG, b. 18 Feb 1864 in Franklin, Tasmania, Australia, d. in Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia.  He married Susan Hewitt TIGGINS, married 11 Mar 1903 in Kimberleys, Western Australia, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Hilda SPONG.
               ii.    Rex SPONG, b. 1910 in McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia, d. 1990 in Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia.

212.    Ronald William Augustus SPONG, b. 30 Nov 1868 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, d. 1926 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  He married Edith BURCIDE, married 1908 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Rowan Henry SPONG, b. 1909 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 29 May 1942, buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel.  Corporal, VX1584, A.I.F. 6 Div. Sigs., Australian Corps of Signals. He married Eileen Elizabeth (SPONG).
               ii.    Lawrence William SPONG, b. 1911 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 13 Dec 1972.
               iii.    Ronald Raymond SPONG, b. 11 May 1918 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

213.    Rowena Ella SPONG, b. 27 May 1874 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, d. 26 Dec 1959 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  She married William Edward MASTERS, married 29 Dec 1910 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Frank William MASTERS, b. 10 Oct 1911 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. 4 Mar 1996 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
               ii.    Winifred Rowena MASTERS, b. 1913 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, d. in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

214.    Lionel Lawrence YOUNG, b. 12 Apr 1867 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia, d. 12 Jun 1946.  He married (1) Mary Susannah Hannah PYBUS, married 22 Apr 1891 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.  He married (2) Hannah Isabel (Lilly) CALVERT, married 8 Sep 1902 in Tasmania, Australia.
                Children by Mary Susannah Hannah PYBUS:
               i.    Mary Susannah YOUNG, b. 14 Jul 1892 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.
                Children by Hannah Isabel (Lilly) CALVERT:
               ii.    Nina YOUNG.
               iii.    Trevor YOUNG, b. AFT 1906, d. BEF SEP 1993.
               iv.    Max YOUNG, b. AFT 1906.
               v.    Joy YOUNG.
               vi.    Keith Lawrence YOUNG, b. 13 Aug 1906, d. 31 Aug 1993 in Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.

215.    Constance Ella YOUNG, b. 14 Apr 1874 in Kingston, Tasmania, Australia.  She married Norman PEARCE, married 23 Nov 1903.
                Children:
               i.    Kathleen Lawrence PEARCE.

216.    Louisa Elizabeth DAVIS, b. 27 Jun 1853 in Moorefields, , New South Wales, Australia, d. 31 Dec 1942.  She married William Henry Elgin GOODHEW, married 4 Jul 1874 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. 11 Jun 1853, d. 26 Dec 1926 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
          291.    i.    George Augustus GOODHEW b. 1890.

217.    George Gavin DAVIS, b. 1858 in Concord, New South Wales, Australia, d. 17 Jan 1926 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Annie Matilda TAYLOR, married 1882 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1864, d. 13 Jun 1940 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Hannah I DAVIS, b. 1883 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    Jane C DAVIS, b. 1886 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               iii.    Gavin DAVIS, b. 1888 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1966 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Annie Maud DAVIS, b. 1890 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1969 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Mary E DAVIS, b. 1892 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Elsie V DAVIS, b. 1894 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.
               vii.    Robert George DAVIS, b. 1897 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1970 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               viii.    Emily Olive DAVIS, b. 1899 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.
               ix.    Sarah DAVIS, b. 1901 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.
               x.    George DAVIS, b. 1903 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.
               xi.    Charles Joshua DAVIS, b. 20 Mar 1905 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1977.

218.    Joshua John DAVIS, b. 1865 in St George, New South Wales, Australia, d. 13 Mar 1921 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Laura Bertha BALLARD, married 1893 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1876, d. 12 Mar 1922 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Joshua J DAVIS, b. 1894 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 13 Mar 1921 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    Deveda M DAVIS, b. 1896 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia.

219.    Emily Devida DAVIS, b. 10 Feb 1868 in Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia, d. 17 Jul 1954 in Croydon, New South Wales, Australia.  She married William Amos PRESTON, married 7 May 1890 in Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia, b. 22 Feb 1860 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (son of Thomas Joseph PRESTON and Elizabeth Sarah RICHARDS),  d. 17 Jan 1939 in Mt Pritchard, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    William Joshua PRESTON, b. 2 May 1891 in Alexandria, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 12 Jan 1957 in Mt Pritchard, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Lillian Mary BARRETT, married 1916 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, d. 30 Oct 1982 in Mt Pritchard, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    George Babington Charles PRESTON, b. 2 Nov 1893 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
               iii.    Joshua Josiah PRESTON, b. 14 Feb 1896 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1904 in New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Adelaide Amelia PRESTON, b. 28 Jan 1899 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 15 May 1982 in New South Wales, Australia.  She married Reginald C BUCK, married 1922 in Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Sydney Harold PRESTON, b. 24 Feb 1902 in Camperdown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1964 in Balmain, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Veronica E M CRAMPTON, d. 11 Jul 1999 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Charles Roy PRESTON, b. 7 Jul 1905 in Alexandria, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 16 Jul 1976 in Sadleir, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Ada May PARIS, married 1927 in Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1908 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1945 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
          292.    vii.    Norman Edward PRESTON b. 6 Jun 1910.

220.    Thomas Joshua Clydesdale DAVIS, b. 1873 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 14 Sep 1933 in Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia.  NSW Marriage Reg District Moree 7024/1901. Posssible 1st marriage to Emma who may have been his cousin.
    There is a marriage Thomas J Davis to Emily J Page District Cobar 5663/1899. He married (1) Emily (DAVIS).  He married (2) Rose SCHOFIELD, married 1901, b. 1883 in Dunedin, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.  Rose:.
                Children by Rose SCHOFIELD:
               i.    Ruby DAVIS, b. 1902.

221.    Alice Victoria DAVIS, b. 25 Feb 1877 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 7 Nov 1905 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  She married John Archibald CAMPBELL, married 23 Jul 1902 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1866 in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia (son of John Archibald CAMPBELL and Elizabeth GEOGHEGAN),  d. 13 Jun 1944 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Barbara Jane CAMPBELL, b. 1 Jan 1907, d. 1975.

222.    Charles Frederick Albert DAVIS, b. 1879 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 16 Aug 1951 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Mildred May MOSS, married 1908 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1889 in Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia, d. 15 Oct 1974 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Sylvia M DAVIS, b. 1908 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    Charles Albert DAVIS, b. 12 Jul 1910 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 9 Oct 1984, buried in Mendooran Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.  Marriage Reg NSW District of Dunedoo 28765/1940. He married Heather Rhodes BELL, married 1940, b. 19 Dec 1918, d. 28 Aug 2002, buried in Mendooran Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.  Heather:
                .
               iii.    Reginald Walter DAVIS, b. 1912 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1951 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Sydney Raymond DAVIS, b. 1913 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.  Marriage Reg NSW District Mudgee 11179/1940.   He married Ella Marjorie CLUFF, married 1940.
               v.    Gordon Joshua DAVIS, b. 1914 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Joshua Frederick DAVIS, b. 1916 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1916 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               vii.    John DAVIS, b. 1916 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.
               viii.    Kenneth Ivan DAVIS, b. 1918 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1918 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.

223.    Jessie Adela Babbington PAGE, b. 13 Jan 1873 in Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 18 Dec 1953 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Alexander QUIGLEY, married 2 Mar 1893 in Christ Church of England, Enmore, New South Wales, Australia, b. 24 Nov 1863 in Shaidarran, Londonderry, Northern Ireland (son of Alexander QUIGLEY and Mary Jane SHAW),  d. 10 Aug 1942 in 99 Haig St, Marouba, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Ella Jessie QUIGLEY, b. 8 May 1894 in 110 King St, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia, d. 11 nov 1955 in London, England.
               ii.    Leila Beatrice QUIGLEY, b. 7 Aug 1896 in Waverley, New South Wales, Australia, d. 30 Jul 1929 in Pine St, killarney, Queensland, Australia.
          293.    iii.    Reginald Alexander QUIGLEY b. 23 Jul 1898.
               iv.    Ronald Babbington QUIGLEY, b. 13 Aug 1916 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,  d. 2007.

224.    Joshua Percy DAVIS, b. 1879 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Margaret REAPER, b. 15 Aug 1880 in Kerang, Victoria, Australia, d. 1934 in Windsor, Sydney, New South WAles, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Marion DAVIS.
               ii.    Ethel M DAVIS, b. 1896 in Moolamien, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1897 in Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Percy Charles DAVIS, b. 1906 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, d. 1939 in Windsor, Sydney, New South WAles, Australia.
               iv.    Alice Margaret Elizabeth DAVIS, b. 1907 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, d. 1967 in Wallsend, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Clarence Chislett DAVIS, b. 18 Jun 1912 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 24 Mar 1984 in New Lambton Heights, New South Wales, Australia.

225.    Joseph Abraham Babington DAVIS, b. 29 Sep 1869 in Goulbourn, d. 2 Jul 1940 in Randwick, New South Wales, Australia.  (Notes from Sarah Davis sarahd@ozonline.com.au)
    Joseph Babington (known to family as JB) was a carrier (J.B. Davis Cartage Service), horse dealer and land investor.  He was a chairman of the NSW Trotting Club (not sure of dates).  He and his son Claude had a falling out - Claude went to Melbourne and bought Mayne Nickless from Mr Mayne and Mr Nickless.  Ralph Davis was on the board 'till the early '80's.
    Australian Vital Records
    Marriage
    Reg Year:    1888    Reg State:    New South Wales
    Ref Number:    2319. He married (1) Alice Ward NICHOLLS, married 23 Apr 1888 in Marickville, New South Wales, Australia, b. Abt 1867 in Granville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 19 Apr 1919 in Randwick, New South Wales, Australia.  He married (2) Mabel Beatrice NEICH.
                Children by Alice Ward NICHOLLS:
               i.    Lorna P. DAVIS, d. 1894.  Died in childhood from diptheria.
          294.    ii.    Rubina Louise DAVIS b. 1891.
          295.    iii.    Claude Norman Charles DAVIS b. 26 Nov 1888.
          296.    iv.    Maurice Pascoe DAVIS b. 27 Feb 1901.
                Children by Mabel Beatrice NEICH:
               v.    Veronica B DAVIS.

226.    Ada Elizabeth COLE, b. 1873 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, d. 16 Sep 1949.  Milliner of 346 Lane Cove, Lindfield, New South Wales. She married Ernest DUVAL, married 1891 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1868 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England (son of George DUVAL and Keziah MILLER),  d. 1957 in Chatswood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Ernest: Arrived 1885 on "Belgic". Electoral Roll 1903 - bootmaker living with wife at Church St, Marrickville. 1909 - of "Wyralla" Provincial rd, Linfield.
                Children:
          297.    i.    Norman Frederick DUVAL b. 1903.
               ii.    Alethea May DUVAL, b. 1892 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, d. 21 Jul 1947.
               iii.    Amy P DUVAL, b. 1893 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.  She married Robert MACLAWS, married 1919 in Chatswood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Vera Lilian DUVAL, b. 1895 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. Dec 1974.  She married Rupert Edwin Thomas RICHARDSON, married 1926 in St Albans, Lindfield, New South Wales, Australia, b. 1894 in Orange, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Ernest George DUVAL, b. 1899 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1902.

227.    John Dawson DANIELL, b. 4 Oct 1862 in Chewton, Victoria, Australia, d. 9 Apr 1928 in Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia.   He married Ellen Rebecca TATE, married 10 Feb 1897 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, b. 1865 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 30 Jul 1934 in Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia,  buried in Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Eva Pretoria DANIELL, b. 30 Dec 1900 in Cue, Western Australia, Australia, d. 21 Nov 1989 in Katanning, Western Australia, Australia, buried in Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia.  Niche wall, Karrakatta Cemetery Lawn 5, W5, 0211
                . She married Albert Edward NELTHORPE, married 1924 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia,  b. 1895 in Kent, England, d. 7 Oct 1973 in Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia, buried in Karrakatta, Western Australia, Australia.  Albert: Occupation 1912 - grocer.
                17th May 1912 Emigrated from On the "Armadale" to Freemantle, Australia.
                1922 Applied for registration of a design for Ice cooled chamber Canberra
                .
               ii.    Nellie DANIELL, b. 21 Apr 1905 in Cue, Western Australia, Australia, d. 10 Jan 1995 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
               iii.    Robert John DANIELL, b. 27 Mar 1913 in Lake Austin, Western Australia, Australia.

228.    John (Jack) Dunn BABINGTON, b. 17 Jan 1861 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 29 Dec 1915 in Strathmerton, Victoria, Australia, buried 30 Dec 1915 in Tocumual. New South Wales, Australia.  LDS AVR - Marriage, Marriage Place: Blackwood, Reg Year: 1879 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 4057
    Railway blacksmith. He spent his first 20 years of life in Victoria and 37 Years in N.S.W.
    Inquest was held into his death with the verdict accidental drowning. He married Henrietta ESMOND, married 23 Nov 1879 in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia, b. 1859 in Mt Blackwood, Victoria, Australia (daughter of Richard ESMOND and Ellen Ann THOMSON),  d. 1921.
                Children:
               i.    James Henry BABINGTON, b. 16 Mar 1880 in Little Hampton, Victoria, Australia, d. 1965 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1880 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 6673. Marriage 1272/1902, District Goulbourn.
                Army enlistment in June 1918 shows Occupation Veterinary Surgeon, previous service with the 6th Imperial Bushmen, Height 5' 8'', Weight 169lbs, Complexion fair, Eyes grey, hair brown, Rel c of E. found unfit for Military Service. He married Mary Ann IFIELD, married 1902 in New South Wales, Australia.
          298.    ii.    John William BABINGTON b. 1882.
               iii.    Marcella Emily BABINGTON, b. 1883, d. 1883.  Macella Emily CB 64198  Birth
                   Father: John
                    Mother: Henrietta
                  Reg Year: 1883 Reg State: New South Wales
                 Ref Number: 24222
                
                BABINGTON, Macella E CD 31146  Death
                   Father: John
                    Mother: Henrietta
                    Index Year: 1883
                 Reg Year: 1883 Reg State: New South Wales
                 Ref Number: 9759.
               iv.    Henrietta Maud BABINGTON, b. 1884.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1884 Reg State: New South Wales, Ref Number: 33248. She married James RUSSELL.
               v.    Arthur Esmond BABINGTON, b. 1887 in Woy Woy, New South Wales, Australia, d. in Grafton, New South Wales, Australia.  Birth -Reg Year: 1887 Reg State: New South Wales Ref Number: 36410. Marriage 12863/1910  District Newcastle. He married Annie Elmarie MORGAN, married 1910 in New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Sydney Gordon BABINGTON, b. 1889, d. 1970.  He married Ada HENMAN.
               vii.    Edward BABINGTON, b. 1903, d. 1903.

229.    William Dunn BABINGTON, b. 1865 in Victoria, Australia, d. 1945.  LDS AVR - Birth, Reg Year: 1865 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 14880.
    Marriage, Spouse: SUTHERLAND, Wilhelmina, Marriage Place: Scotland, Reg Year: 1888 Reg State: Victoria, Ref Number: 4455. He married Wilhelmina SUTHERLAND, married 1888 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, b. 1867 in Lossiemouth, Scotland (daughter of John SUTHERLAND and Jane McGREGOR),  d. 1930 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
          299.    i.    James John BABINGTON b. 7 Mar 1889.
               ii.    Winstanley Edward BABINGTON, b. 1890 in Trentham, Victoria, Australia, d. 14 Jun 1917 in Messines, Belgium.  Other source show as William Edward Babbington.  L/Cpl 228 37th.
                Enlistment papers Jan 1916 shows Occupation dairyman, Height 5' 8'', Weight 185, Complexion dark, Eyes brown, hair black, Rel Pres.
          300.    iii.    Marcella Mildred BABINGTON b. 1 Sept 1892.
          301.    iv.    John Sutherland BABINGTON b. 1894.

230.    Edward Alfred BABINGTON, b. 2 Sep 1870 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 21 Jan 1951.  He married Louisa Mary (Dolly) CLAUSEN, married 20 Aug 1901 in Numurkah, Victoria, Australia.
                Children:
               i.    Jack Hendrick BABINGTON, b. 18 Apr 1902 in Numurkah, Victoria, Australia, d. 11 Aug 1985.
               ii.    Edward Marcus BABINGTON, b. 1904 in Somerton, Victoria, Australia.
               iii.    Rachel Margaret BABINGTON, b. 6 May 1906.
               iv.    Grace Elizabeth BABINGTON, b. 4 Feb 1909 in Victoria, Australia.
               v.    Mavis Rebecca BABINGTON, b. 18 Apr 1911 in Victoria, Australia.
               vi.    Marelle Jean BABINGTON, b. 1915, d. 1986.
               vii.    Phyllis Annie BABINGTON, b. 18 Dec 1917.
               viii.    Henrietta Alberta (Nettie) BABINGTON, b. 1919, d. Abt 1958.  She married Peter John WATTERS.
               ix.    Lilian Ruth BABINGTON, b. 6 Mar 1922.

231.    Edward FEELEY, b. 1857 in Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia, d. 13 Jul 1937 in Trentham, Victoria, Australia.  He married (1) Veronica OLERHEAD.  He married (2) Louisa PETCH, married 24 Dec 1881 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
                Children by Louisa PETCH:
               i.    Eliza FEELEY, d. 1904 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               ii.    Edward Babington FEELEY, b. 1883 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1883.
               iii.    Letitia Louisa FEELEY, b. 1884 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1886 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               iv.    Edward Babington FEELEY, b. 1886 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               v.    Florence E. B. FEELEY, b. 1892 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               vi.    Ethel M. FEELEY, b. 1895 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1896 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               vii.    Ida FEELEY, b. 1898 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1898 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               viii.    Ruth FEELEY, b. 1898 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia, d. 1898 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.
               ix.    Louisa M. FEELEY, b. 1906 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.

232.    James Edgar FEELEY, b. 14 Apr 1862 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, d. 1942 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia.  He married (1) Henrietta PETCH, married 1 Nov 1884 in Whitehills Colony, Victoria, Australia, b. 1859 in Epsom, Victoria, Australia (daughter of John PETCH and Jane KING),  d. 1902.  He married (2) Dyson Carol HAMILTON, married 1903 in Glenlyon, Victoria, Australia, b. 1876 (daughter of Sidney HAMILTON and Mary Ann RICHARDS),  d. 1937.
                Children by Henrietta PETCH:
          302.    i.    James Edgar FEELEY b. Aug 1885.
          303.    ii.    Ernest William FEELEY b. 11 Feb 1887.
               iii.    Evelyn Lillian Jane FEELEY, b. 1889 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia.  Marr. Reg. 1913/8409. She married William Edward CAMPBELL, married 1913 in Victoria, Australia.
               iv.    Albert Edward FEELEY, b. 1891 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia.
               v.    Ruby Beatrice FEELEY, b. 1893 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia.  Marr. Reg. 1917/2495. She married Robert JONES, married 1917 in Victoria, Australia.
          304.    vi.    Frank Howard FEELEY b. 28 Sep 1894.
               vii.    Ida Violet May FEELEY, b. 1898 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.  Marr. Reg. 1921/7628. She married James CARDWELL, married 1921 in Victoria, Australia.
               viii.    Harold Raymond FEELEY, b. 1900 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.
                Children by Dyson Carol HAMILTON:
               ix.    Florrie FEELEY.  Florence Annie ?. If is F. A. then marr 1912 Alfred Maxwell FORD.
               x.    Maggie FEELEY.
               xi.    Alfred FEELEY, b. 1897 in Victoria, Australia, d. 12 Aug 1916 in 1 Stationary Hospital, Rouen, France.
               xii.    Ella Winifred FEELEY, b. 1904 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.  Marr. Reg. 1938/14778. He married William Lionel Leonard GULLY, married 1938 in Victoria, Australia.
               xiii.    Stella Margaret FEELY, b. 1906 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.
               xiv.    Martha Victoria FEELEY, b. 1908 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.  Marr. Reg. 1926/10147. She married Stanley Thomas CROMPTON, married 1926 in Victoria, Australia.
               xv.    George James FEELEY, b. 1910 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.
               xvi.    William Henry FEELEY, b. 1912 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.
               xvii.    Stanley FEELEY, b. 1914 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia, d. 1914 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.
               xviii.    Letitia Carol FEELEY, b. 1915 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.  She married Archie Ernest William PAYNTER, married 1937 in Victoria, Australia.
               xix.    Thomas Charles FEELEY, b. 1917 in Neerim, Victoria, Australia.

233.    Ralph BABINGTON, d. Feb 1806.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Greenfort, co. Donegal, High Sheriff 1794. He married Rebecca SCANLON, married May 1789 (daughter of James SCANLON and Anne BABINGTON).
                Children:
               i.    Anne BABINGTON.
               ii.    Catherine BABINGTON, d. 1865.
               iii.    Humphrey BABINGTON, b. 3 Feb 1814, d. 1836.

234.    Catherine BABINGTON, d. 1844.  She married Robert HAY, married 1791.
                Children:
               i.    William HAY, b. 1794, d. 29 Aug 1855.

235.    William BABINGTON, b. 1768 in Boyles Hill, Donegal, Ireland, d. 1845.  He married Mary KENNEDY, married 8 Aug 1790 in Ireland.
                Children:
               i.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 26 Feb 1795 in Dublin, Ireland, d. 25 Apr 1835 in Ireland.

236.    Margaret BABINGTON, b. 4 Oct 1767, d. 7 Mar 1845, buried in All Saints, Newtown, Cunningham, Ire.  She married William PATTERSON, married MAR 1789, b. 24 Mar 1751, buried 24 Jan 1836.
                Children:
               i.    John Cochrane PATTERSON, d. 10 Jan 1827 in Calcutta, India.
               ii.    Isabella PATTERSON, b. 1 Jan 1791, d. 28 Mar 1863.
               iii.    Andrew PATTERSON, b. 1793, d. in Sierra Leone.
               iv.    William Leslie PATTERSON, b. 1795.
               v.    Dorothea PATTERSON, b. 6 Aug 1797, d. 10 Dec 1879.
               vi.    Anne PATTERSON, b. 10 Aug 1801, d. 4 May 1888.
               vii.    Margaret PATTERSON, b. 1805, buried 31 Dec 1830 in Taughboyne, Ireland.
               viii.    Leslie PATTERSON, b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 3 Sep 1860 in Australia.

237.    William Henry BABINGTON, b. 10 Nov 1769 in Tyrone, Ireland,  d. 27 Nov 1846 in Londonderry, Derry, Ireland.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Lieut. R.N., of Croagland, co. Donegal, educ. Trin. Coll. Dublin. He married (1) Anne MORGAN (daughter of James MORGAN).  He married (2) Dorothea BABINGTON (daughter of Murray BABINGTON and Mary Heron GORDON),  d. 5 Jan 1843.
                Children by Anne MORGAN:
               i.    William Henry BABINGTON, b. Abt 1810 in England, d. 3 Sep 1844 in New South Wales, Australia, buried in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.  He married Jane WARREN, b. 1818 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, d. Feb 1883 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
          305.    ii.    John Alcock Morgan BABINGTON b. 8 Jul 1812.
          306.    iii.    George BABINGTON b. 1817.
               iv.    Anne BABINGTON, b. 1819 in Killybegs, Ireland, d. 1890.

238.    Isabella BABINGTON, b. 10 Apr 1773, d. 13 Aug 1827.  She married (1) Henry Levett HALL, married 1 Mar 1792.  She married (2) Thomas PATERSON, married 28 Aug 1800.
                Children by Henry Levett HALL:
               i.    Isabella Maria HALL.
                Children by Thomas PATERSON:
               ii.    James PATERSON, b. 6 Jun 1801, d. in USA.
               iii.    Alice PATERSON, b. 26 May 1802, d. 20 May 1821.
               iv.    Catherine PATERSON, b. 12 Dec 1803, d. 23 Mar 1886.
               v.    Margaret PATERSON, b. 25 Feb 1805, d. 30 Jan 1831.
               vi.    Maria PATERSON, b. 24 Aug 1806, d. 26 Jul 1831.
               vii.    Thomas Page PATERSON, b. 21 Oct 1807, d. 11 Nov 1854.
               viii.    Rebecca PATERSON, b. 4 Jul 1809, d. 29 Jul 1809.
               ix.    William PATERSON, b. 30 Oct 1810, d. 22 Sep 1813.
               x.    Rebecca PATERSON, b. 18 Mar 1814, d. 20 Jun 1819.
               xi.    John Sherlock PATERSON, b. 8 Apr 1818, d. 18 Mar 1890 in Castlewellan.

239.    Sarah SCANLON, d. 24 Mar 1843.  She married John BROUGHAM, married 17 Oct 1785.
                Children:
               i.    John Henry BROUGHAM, d. 28 May 1798.
               ii.    Anne Rebe BROUGHAM.
               iii.    Sarah BROUGHAM, d. 3 Feb 1808.
               iv.    Henry BROUGHAM, b. 18 Mar 1797, d. 30 Jan 1831.

240.    Rebecca SCANLON (See marriage to number 233.)

241.    Charles Maitland BABINGTON, b. 3 May 1775,  d. 1841.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - (Rev.), Rector of Peterstow, co. Hereford, and Episcopal Minister at Dumfries. He married Lilias STEIG.
                Children:
               i.    John BABINGTON, d. 10 Nov 1879.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - Col. Madras Artillery.
               ii.    William BABINGTON, b. 7 Dec 1801,  d. 2 Apr 1826.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - Lieut. 1st Madras N.I.
               iii.    David Steig BABINGTON, b. 3 Oct 1804,  d. 12 Aug 1874.   Bourkes Landed Gentry -  Lieut.-Gen. 7th Madras N.I. He married Maria Anne SUTHERLAND, married 1838 (daughter of James SUTHERLAND).
               iv.    Charles Douglas BABINGTON, d. 3 Apr 1834 in Coorg.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Ensign 31st Madras L.I.. Killed in action in Coorg.
               v.    Benjamin BABINGTON, b. 1815,  d. 1848.   He married Elizabeth OVERFIELD, married 1847.
               vi.    Josiah Marshall BABINGTON, b. 1818.  He married Helen HILL.

242.    John BABINGTON, b. 27 Nov 1785,  d. 22 Apr 1852.   Bourkes Landed Gentry - Madras Civil Service. He married (1) Eliza ROEBUCK, married 1808, d. 25 May 1822.  He married (2) Jane (BABINGTON), d. 9 Aug 1827.   He married (3) Jane COUPER (daughter of Robert COUPER).  He married (4) UnknownF WINSLOW.
                Children by Eliza ROEBUCK:
               i.    Catherine Maitland BABINGTON.
               ii.    William Petrie BABINGTON.
               iii.    Eliza Mary BABINGTON.
               iv.    Anne Amelia BABINGTON.
               v.    Grace Harriet BABINGTON.
               vi.    Charles Murray BABINGTON.
               vii.    John Henry Melville BABINGTON, b. 31 Jul 1816 in Madras, India,  d. 8 Dec 1887 in Northam, Devon, England.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Lieut.-Gen. He married Mary DOWKER (daughter of Howard DOWKER).
                Children by Jane (BABINGTON):
          307.    viii.    Richard Clarke BABINGTON b. 8 Aug 1827.
                Children by Jane COUPER:
               ix.    Melville BABINGTON, b. 17 Apr 1833, d. 7 Sep 1854.

243.    William BABINGTON, b. 19 Nov 1789, d. 1828 in India.  He married Adeline HOBSON, married 5 Oct 1825 (daughter of William HOBSON).
                Children:
          308.    i.    William BABINGTON b. 25 Sep 1826.
               ii.    Adeline Hannah BABINGTON, b. Abt 1828, d. 16 Jan 1922.  She married William Hobson MOUBRAY, married 1857, d. 1885.  William: Bourkes Landed Gentry - of Cockairnie andOtterston, co Fife, Comm. R.N.

244.    Stephen BABINGTON, b. 31 Dec 1790.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - Bombay Civil Service, educ Charterhouse. He married Catherine PROUD.
                Children:
               i.    William BABINGTON.
               ii.    Stephen BABINGTON.

245.    Benjamin Guy BABINGTON, b. 1794 in Guy's Hospital, London, England,  d. 8 Apr 1866 in George St, Hanover Sqare, London.  Bourkes Landed Gentry - M.D., F.R.S., of Guy's Hospital, educ Charterhouse and Pembroke Coll. Camb. Entered the navy as midshipman and with Nelson at Copenhagen. Joined the Indian Civil Service.  Studied medicine and was elected in 1861, president of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society.  Physician at Guy's Hospital, 1840-55.
    First president of the London Epidemiological Society
    Extracted from webpage on Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker
    "Benjamin Guy Babington, the translator of these books of Hecker's, belonged also to a family in which the study of Medicine has passed from father to son, and both have been writers. B.G. Babington was the son of Dr. William Babington, who was physician to Guy's Hospital for some years before 1811, when the extent of his private practice caused him to retire. He died in 1833. His son, Benjamin Guy Babington, was educated at the Charterhouse, saw service as a midshipman, served for seven years in India, returned to England, graduated as physician at Cambridge in 1831. He distinguished himself by inquiries into the cholera epidemic in 1832, and translated these pieces of Hecker's in 1833, for publication by the Sydenham Society. He afterwards translated Hecker's other treatises on epidemics of the Middle Ages. Dr. B.G. Babington was Physician to Guy's Hospital from 1840 to 1855, and was a member of the Medical Council of the General Board of Health. He died on the 8th of April, 1866."
    From another web-site.
    "The laryngoscope was invented in 1830 by Benjamin Guy Babington, a British physician who also first described the disease now called hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia and who made considerable contributions to epidemiology. (Babington in  1837 was appointed as physician to Guy's Hospital in London in preference to Thomas  Hodgkin whose name is today associated with Hodgkin disease)."
    
    His application to the Royal Society
    Citation
    Benjn Guy Babington MB - of 48 Finsbury Square Secretary to The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, a Gentleman devoted to Oriental Literature and various branches of natural Knowledge being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society we whose names are hereunto Subscribed do of our personal Knowledge recommend him as highly worthy of that honor and likely to become a valuable and useful Member
    Proposers
    Astley Cooper; Chas Wilkins; Wm H Wollaston; Francis Baily; Robt Bingley; J Bostock; R Phillips; John Geo Children; Wm Henry Fitton; John Taylor; Thos F Colby; H Davy; Henry Kater; Bewick Bridge; Wm Wavell; G C Haughton; Geo Tho Staunton; W H Pepys; A G Wavell; H Harvey; Wm Prout; Benj Travers. He married Anna Mary FAYLE (daughter of Benjamin FAYLE).
                Children:
               i.    Benjamin BABINGTON.
               ii.    William Peile BABINGTON.
               iii.    Stephen BABINGTON, d. 1886.
               iv.    Helen Beale BABINGTON.

246.    Martha Lyndon BABINGTON, b. 4 May 1802, d. 30 Dec 1823.  She married Richard BRIGHT, married 14 Aug 1822,  b. 28 Sep 1789 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, d. 16 Dec 1858 in London, England.   Richard: Bourkes Landed Gentry - M.D., F.R.S.
                Children:
               i.    William Richard BRIGHT, b. 30 Dec 1823, d. 1848.

247.    Hume BABINGTON, b. 17 Sep 1804.  Rector of Moviddy, Co. Cork abt 1833-85. He married Esther NETTLES, married 27 Oct 1836 (daughter of Richard Nevill NETTLES).
                Children:
          309.    i.    Richard BABINGTON b. 27 Aug 1837.
               ii.    James Boyle BABINGTON, b. 26 Apr 1841.  Capt. Merchant Navy, emigrated to Vancouver.
               iii.    Catherine BABINGTON, b. 26 Apr 1841.
               iv.    Robert BABINGTON, d. Young.
          310.    v.    Hume BABINGTON b. 15 Jul 1848.
               vi.    David Robert BABINGTON, b. 17 Aug 1852, d. 17 May 1902.  He married Dolly LEFANU, married 12 Nov 1878.

248.    George BABINGTON.  He married Dora METCALF.
                Children:
               i.    George BABINGTON.
               ii.    Cornelius BABINGTON.

249.    Thomas Mathew BABINGTON, b. 27 Jun 1862 in Langley, Buckinhamshire, England, d. 1941 in Bangalore, India.  He married Ada JENNINGS, married 1892 in Bangalore, India.
                Children:
               i.    Henry BABINGTON, b. 1896 in Bangalore, India, d. 1897 in Bangalore, India.
               ii.    Coral BABINGTON, b. 18 Oct 1898 in Bangalore, India, d. OCT 1979 in London, England.
               iii.    Norah BABINGTON, b. 1899 in Bangalore, India, d. 1992 in Devizci, Wiltshire, England.
               iv.    Thomas BABINGTON, b. 1901 in Bangalore, India, d. 1905 in Bangalore, India.
               v.    Arthur Gilliat BABINGTON, b. 1902 in V, d. 1977 in Christchurch, Hampshire, England.
               vi.    Hugh Beecroft BABINGTON, b. 28 Nov 1904 in Bangalore, India, d. 1964 in Harrow, Middlesex, England.
               vii.    Phyllis BABINGTON, b. 1906 in Bangalore, India, d. 1906 in Bangalore, India.

250.    Violet Hastings RAVENSCROFT, b. 4 Feb 1879.  She married William MOORE, married 9 Oct 1907.
                Children:
               i.    Elaine Ravenscroft MOORE, b. 31 Aug 1908.


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Battle of Flodden       Sept. 9, 1513 
English victory over the Scots, fought near Branxton, Northumberland. To honour his alliance with France (1512) and divert troops from the main English army, which was then in France under Henry VIII, James IV of Scotland crossed the border (Aug. 22, 1513) with an army of about 30,000 men supported by artillery. Thomas Howard, earl of Surrey, Henry's lieutenant in the north, gathered an army of about 20,000 to oppose him. Fearing that the Scots would retreat to the border, Surrey issued a challenge to James, who agreed to wait until September 9 to fight. The battle began in the late afternoon. The Scots fought stubbornly, but the English 8-foot- (2.5-metre-) long bill (a staff ending in a hooked-shaped blade) proved superior to the Scottish 15-foot (4.5-metre) spear; and English archers proved decisive on the Scottish right. By nightfall the Scottish army was annihilated. James was killed, together with at least 10,000 of his subjects, including high officers of church and state and many nobles. 
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