Margaret Bancker1

F, b. 18 September 1774
     Margaret Bancker was born on 18 September 1774.1 She was the daughter of Christopher Bancker and Mary Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S543] Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, Duyckinck and allied families, p. 18.

Maria Bancker1

F, b. 18 September 1774
     Maria Bancker was born on 18 September 1774.1 She was the daughter of Christopher Bancker and Mary Smith.1 Maria Bancker made a will on 8 May 1851.1

Citations

  1. [S543] Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, Duyckinck and allied families, p. 18.

Richard Bancker1

M, b. 11 October 1780
     Richard Bancker was born on 11 October 1780.1 He was the son of Christopher Bancker and Mary Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S543] Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, Duyckinck and allied families, p. 18.

Sarah Sophia Bancker1

F, b. 9 May 1792
     Sarah Sophia Bancker was born on 9 May 1792.1 She was the daughter of Christopher Bancker and Mary Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S543] Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, Duyckinck and allied families, p. 18.

William Bancker1

M
     William Bancker was the son of Christopher Bancker and Mary Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S543] Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, Duyckinck and allied families, p. 18.

Mary Bane1

F
     Mary Bane married John Sayward, son of John Sayward and Mary Rishworth, on 13 December 1713 probably in York, Maine.2

Child of Mary Bane and John Sayward

Citations

  1. [S5] William Darcy McKeough, McKeough Family Tree.
  2. [S272] Charles Augustus Sayward, The Sayward family, p. 48.

Addison W. Banfield1

M
     Addison W. Banfield was the son of Nathaniel Banfield.1 Addison W. Banfield married Charlotte Parker Sewall, daughter of Stinson Sewall and Mary Whitmore, on 12 March 1857 in Boston, Massachusetts.1

Children of Addison W. Banfield and Charlotte Parker Sewall

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915.

Edward Parker Banfield1,2

M, b. 27 June 1862, d. 5 July 1862
     Edward Parker Banfield was born on 27 June 1862 in Melrose, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Addison W. Banfield and Charlotte Parker Sewall.1 Edward Parker Banfield died on 5 July 1862 in Melrose, Massachusetts, he was born prematurely.2

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts, Deaths, 1841-1915.

Eliza Jane Banfield1

F, b. 23 June 1860
     Eliza Jane Banfield was born on 23 June 1860 in Charleston, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Addison W. Banfield and Charlotte Parker Sewall.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915.

Nathaniel Banfield1

M

Child of Nathaniel Banfield

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.

Nathaniel S. Banfield1

M, b. 7 April 1858
     Nathaniel S. Banfield was born on 7 April 1858 in Boston, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Addison W. Banfield and Charlotte Parker Sewall.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915.

Tabitha Bankes1

F
     Tabitha Bankes married Samuel Bragdon.1

Child of Tabitha Bankes and Samuel Bragdon

Citations

  1. [S56] J.Y.W. Lloyd, History of he Lords Marcher.

Abbie Banks1

F
     Abbie Banks was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She married Jacob Crouse.

Child of Abbie Banks and Jacob Crouse

Citations

  1. [S180] Bible Records, NEHGS Bible Records, Gen 1 S 273: David Jewett Sewall Bible.

Ernest John Banta

M, b. 20 April 1883, d. 17 June 1954
     Ernest John Banta was born on 20 April 1883 in Gillespie County, Texas.1 He married Emma Cornelia Mayfield. Ernest John Banta died on 17 June 1954 in Medina, Bandera County, Texas, at the age of 71.1

Child of Ernest John Banta and Emma Cornelia Mayfield

Citations

  1. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 6538450."

Reba Evelyn Banta1

F, b. 9 July 1915, d. 15 May 2011
     Reba Evelyn Banta was born on 9 July 1915 in Medina, Bandera County, Texas.1,2 She was the daughter of Ernest John Banta and Emma Cornelia Mayfield. Reba Evelyn Banta married Albert Newton Sewall, son of Epps Hord Sewall Sr. and Josephine Nance.1 Reba Evelyn Banta died on 15 May 2011 in Estes Park, Larimer County, Colorado, at the age of 95.3

Reba Banta Sewall was born in Medina, Texas on July 9, 1915 to Emma Mayfield Banta and Ernest John Banta. She passed away peacefully at Prospect Park Living Center in Estes Park, Colorado on May 15, 2011. Reba was a member of the First United Church of Crockett, Texas, where she lived much of her life. Reba loved playing bridge, doing needlework and being with family. She created many beautiful pieces of crochet, counted cross-stitch and needlepoint, which will be passed down to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Sewall is survived by one daughter Sara Sewall Huth and husband Bill, of Estes Park, Colorado; two granddaughters, Jenny Huth Hough of Frisco, Texas, and Kimberly Ann Ziegler and husband Mike of Denver, Colorado; one grandson, Kevin Sewall of Plano, Texas. She was expecting her first great-grandchild, a boy, in August, 2011. She is also survived by two nieces: Patty (Jesse) Martinez of Aransas Pass, Texas and Marjorie (Doug) Watkins of Medina, Texas.
Reba was preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Albert Newton Sewall Sr; one son, Albert Newton (Bobby) Sewall Jr. and her brother, Chester Banta.
A graveside service will be held on Monday, May 30, 2011 at the Oak Rest Cemetery in Medina, Texas at 4:00 p.m.4

Child of Reba Evelyn Banta and Albert Newton Sewall

Citations

  1. [S460] MI, "Oak Rest Cemetery, Medina, Bandera, Texas."
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1932.
  3. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 70435990."
  4. [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.estesparknews.com/reba-banta-sewall/
  5. [S232] Ancestry.com, Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997.

John F. Barber1

M
     Of Boston.1 John F. Barber married Elizabeth Wolcott, daughter of Edward Kitchin Wolcott and Hannah Sewall, on 7 February 1809 in Brookline, Massachusetts.2

Citations

  1. [S169] Chandler Wolcott, Wolcott genealogy, p. 127.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, Boston Gazette, 9 February 1809.

Mary Jane Barber1

F
     Mary Jane Barber married Samuel W. Dimick, son of Joel Dimick and Sarah Wood.1

Children of Mary Jane Barber and Samuel W. Dimick

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Willamana Martha Barber

F, b. 4 February 1902, d. November 1985
     Willamana Martha Barber was born on 4 February 1902 in Trout Brook, Arthabaska County, Quebec.1,2 She married Samuel Ashley Wood, son of Frank Jennison Wood and Willimina Forbes Cochrane, on 1 October 1919 in North Stratford, New Hampshire.2 Willamana Martha Barber died in November 1985 at the age of 83.3,1

Child of Willamana Martha Barber and Samuel Ashley Wood

Citations

  1. [S210] Social Security Death Index.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.
  3. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

(unknown) Barbour1

F
     (unknown) Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour and Margery Wolseley.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Anne Barbour1

F
     Anne Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Anne Ithell.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Dorothy Barbour1

F
     Dorothy Barbour was the daughter of Edward Barbour of Flashbrooke.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 29.

Dorothy Barbour1

F
     Dorothy Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Anne Dethick.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Dorothy Barbour1

F
     Dorothy Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Dorothy Scott.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Edward Barbour1

M
     Edward Barbour was the son of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Dorothy Scott.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Edward Barbour of Flashbrooke1,2

M
     Edward Barbour of Flashbrooke was the son of John Barbour and Margery Wolseley.1,2

Between 1560 and 1570 In the Chancery Proceedings:
Bundle 8. No. 69.
To Sir Nicholas Bacon, knight, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal.
Showeth unto your lordship your daily orator Edward Barbour of Western Jones, co. Stafford, gentleman; that whereas about fyfty years past one Robert Barbour, grandfather unto your said orator, was seised in his demesne as of fee of a pasture containing by estimation 14 acres called Crosse Leasowe in the fee and lordship of Weston Jones, and so seised, he, his farmers, and tenants have received the profits thereof for the space of 20 years or thereabouts; and afterwards that is to say, about 30 years last past, the same Robert died so seised. Immediately after his death the premises came to John Barbour father of your said orator and his heires, who entered into the same premises and received all the profits thereof for the space of 26 years, until about five years last past at which time the said John Barbour your orator's father for sundry good considerations did assure the said pasture to your orator and his heirs forever; by virtue of which assurance your said orator entered into the said pasture and was thereof seised in his demesne as of fee and took the profits thereof until about the fifth of November last past when Thomas Dod of Lointon in the said co. Stafford, yeoman, Peter Mynshew of the same Town and Countie, husbandman, Robert Butler of the same town and country, husbandman, Raulf Rylande and William Perton of the same town and countie, husbandmen, having got into their hands, as well the ancient evidences proving the title how and by what right the said Robert Barbour was seised of the said pasture, as also evidences whereby the same was conveyed to your said orator from the said John Barbour his father; by colour of having which evidences, about the fifth day of November they did enter into possession of the said premisses and the hedges and ditches of your suppliant which surround the said pasture did tear, break, and violently cast down, and in no wise will suffer your orator to take the profits of the same, but continue daily their foresaid wrong-doings to unquiet him; and although your orator has many times desired them as well to suffer your suppliant quietly to enjoy the said pasture, as also to deliver to him the said evidences yet they refuse. In consideration whereof may it please your lordship to grant the Queen's writ of subpoena to be directed unto the said Thomas Dod, Peter Mynshewe, Robert Butler, Ralfe Ryeland and William Perton commanding them to appear before your lordship in the Court of Chancery at a certain day and under a certain penalty to answer to the premises .

The answer of Thomas Dodd, Peter Mynshall, Robert Butler and William Parton.

These defendants say that they hold certain tenements in Loynton, co. Stafford, that is to say, Thomas Dodd hath one tenement with the appurtenances there during divers years, the reversion therof belonging to John Egerton. And the said Peter Mynshall one other tenement and certain landes therunto belonging, the inheritance whereof belongeth to one Humfrey Dern; and the said Robert Butler holdeth one other tenement with the lands thereto belonging, the reversion belonging to one George Kyrton and his wife. The said William Parton holdeth one other tenement with lands, the reversion thereof belonging to Jane Egerton. The owners of the said tenements for time whereof there is no memory to the contrary have had a common of pasture for themselves and their tenants for their beasts in one close commonly called the "newe lesue" in the Lordship of Weston Jones, in manner following, that is to say, when the field where the said "leasue" doth lie called Radmor field, lieth fallow then through the whole year ; and when the said field is sown with corn, then from the reaping and carrying away of the corn there grown until the same be sown again; which "leasue" before mentioned the defendants think to be the " leasue " meant to be the "Crosse Leasue" mentioned in the bill for the defendants know not any "leasue" called the "Crosse Leasue" nor yet any other "leasue" than the " leasue" aforesaid for which there is any contention between the defendants and the said plaintiff. But the said Peter Mynshall Robert Butler and William Parton say that they do not any of them claim anything in the said leasue other than the said common nor yet have entered into the same leasue nor break the hedges or fences thereof, wherefore the said bill is exhibited against them altogether for vexation. And further they say they have not had at any time any deeds, writings or evidences concerning the said lease, nor any concerning the plaintiff or touching any lands of the plaintiff. And the said Thomas Dodd further saith that he did break open the said close and lease being fenced and inclosed in such time as he ought to have common in the same to the end that, his cattle might take their pasture therein not claiming any other title therein.

Bundle 12. No. 36.
To Sir Nicholas Bacon, knight, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal.
Showeth unto your honourable lordship your daily orator Edward Barbour of Flosbroke, co. Stafford, gentleman, that whereas one John Barbour, father of your said orator, was seised in his demesne as of fee of certain parcels of arrable land, meadow and pasture with the appurtenances, being within the town and fields of Rowley near the town of Stafford, that is to say, one parcel of pasture ground there called Apoke containing by estimation 3 acres, the 4th part of one pasture there called Grymes Close, with divers acres of arrable land and meadow in Rowley aforesaid, lying in the fields there, the certain number of which acres nor the certain places where the same do lie
your orator knoweth not. And your orator's father being so seised, about 26 years last past by his deed indented did devise and let to farm all the said premises to William Stamford, late of Rowley, gent., to be held by the said William Stamford and his assigns for many years, paying yearly to the said John Barbour the rent of 16s., at the Feast of the Annunciation of our Lady and Saint Michael the Archangel. By virtue whereof the said William Stamford did enter into the said premises, and was seised thereof until about 12 years past when he granted the said premises to Edward Stamford his son, by force whereof the said Edward entered into the premises and is yet thereof seised. About three years past the said' John Barbour by his deed in writing did grant the reversion of the premises, together with the rent thereof, to your said orator, in tail to him and his heirs and delivered to him the said indenture of demise as also the said deed of entail; and the said Edward Stamford being occupier of the premises, did pay the rent to your orator. Nevertheless about one year past the same Edward Stamford got into his hands the said indenture of demise, and also the said deed of entail, and by colour thereof claimeth sundry parcels of the premises adjoining his own lands in Rowley aforesaid, and hath changed and altered the bounds in sundry places, whereby the same was known, from the lands of his own inheritance, by means whereof your orator knoweth not for certain of how much land he may claim the rent; and the same Edward Stamford not only refuseth to pay the rent to your orator, but also to deliver the foresaid indenture and deed to him, and to reduce the said boundaries to their proper places. And forasmuch as your orator knoweth not the certain date of the said indenture nor where the said deed of entail be contained, whether in bag or box sealed or in chest locked. In consideration whereof may it please your Lordship to grant the Queen's writ of subpoena to be directed unto the said Edward Stamford, commanding him to appear in the Court of Chancery to make answer to the premises.3,4

Child of Edward Barbour of Flashbrooke

Citations

  1. [S144] William Salt Archaeological Society, Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. IX. N.S. p. 37.
  2. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 29.
  3. [S144] William Salt Archaeological Society, Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. IX. N.S. p. 37-38.
  4. [S144] William Salt Archaeological Society, Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. IX. N.S. pp. 61-62.

Elizabeth Barbour1

F
     Elizabeth Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Dorothy Scott.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Humphrey Barbour1

M, b. circa 1450, d. between 1528 and 1530
     Humphrey Barbour was born circa 1450. He was the son of John Barbour and Joan / Jane Jordan.1 Humphrey Barbour. Member of Paliament for Stafford borough in 1495. He died between 1528 and 1530.

Citations

  1. [S144] William Salt Archaeological Society, Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. VII. N.S. p. 269.

Humphrey Barbour1

M
     Humphrey Barbour was the son of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Anne Ithell.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Humphrey Barbour of Flashbrooke1

M
     Humphrey Barbour of Flashbrooke was the son of John Barbour of Flashbrooke and Anne Dethick.1 Humphrey Barbour of Flashbrooke died s.p.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.

Isabell Barbour1

F
     Isabell Barbour was the daughter of John Barbour and Margery Wolseley.1

Citations

  1. [S485] H. Sydney Grazebrook, Visitation of Staffordshire, 1614, p. 30.