The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




William Dill Wallace and Helen Hopwood Irwin




Husband William Dill Wallace 1

            AKA: William "Bill" Dill Wallace
           Born: 5 Jan 1907 - Prescott, Pierce, Wisconsin, United States
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           Died: 9 Nov 1973 - Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
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         Father: Edward Harold Wallace (1872-1922) 2
         Mother: Eleanor Dill (1874-1956) 3


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• Marriage: 10 Nov 1938, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States. 4 (Witness)




Wife Helen Hopwood Irwin (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Virginia Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Eleanor "Penny" Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jean Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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Research Notes: Husband - William Dill Wallace

Text of the bulletin from the memorial service for William Dill Wallace (from an original in Karen Johnson Fish's possession):

FAITH, HOPE, LOVE
Faith in Christ
Love in others
Hope in Heaven
BUT THE GREATEST OF THESE IS LOVE!

At the end of the service please join in the singing of Jerry Sinclair's Alleluia as we leave the church. Then walk with us to the Wallace home to celebrate this joyous occasion of Bill's joining the Lord.

William Dill Wallace, born to Eleanor Dill and Edward Harold Wallace in Prescott, Wisconsin in 1907. The family moved to Long Beach, California where Bill spent his childhood. He attended the University of Washington, joined Chi Psi fraternity and graduated in 1929. After graduation he worked for the Dollar Steamship Line, traveling around the world as the captain's yeoman. He was then employed by the Miami Trust Co., a copper mining company in Arizona. Bill worked his way through Harvard Business School, graduating in 1935. He then went to work for the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. Upon his return to California he began working as a credit analyst for the Union Bank and then joined Alber's Milling as credit manager. He met his loved wife, Helen Hopwood Irwin, and they were married in 1941. When the war broke out in 1941 he volunteered for service and was commissioned as a lieutenant in the United States Navy. Bill and Helen's first blessing was Virginia, born in 1945. After discharge from the Navy, the family returned to California and Bill went into business for himself as a business consultant. In 1947 another daughter, "Penny" Eleanor, was born to the Wallaces. The family moved to Manhattan Beach where Bill's business led into business management in the movie industry. Then to complete Bill's harem, Jean was born in 1952. The Wallaces moved to Palos Verdes where Bill began work in real estate, subdividing, and land development. During this time he also worked for Hughes Aircraft and headed up Forest Lawn's mortgage and investment program.
Bill was a lifetime member of the Sierra Club and loved the challenge provided in climbing every mountain. The family spent many weekends and summer vacations hiking and backpacking in the glorious High Sierras.
Bill has one brother, John Wallace, living in Santa Monica, and two sisters living in Seattle, Eleanor Marshall and Marge Dudley. He eldest sister, Jean Condit, is deceased.
Bill's greatest delight was working for the Lord and he was struggling here on earth to wind up all business so he might work for the Lord full time. God in his mercy allowed him to reach this glorious goal when He took Bill home on November 9, 1973 in Boston, Mass. PRAISE THE LORD! "To live is to live for Christ, to die is better yet." (Phil. 1:21)


Richard Savage and Mary Isacke




Husband Richard Savage 5

           Born: Abt 1559
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           Died: 17 Dec 1637
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Wife Mary Isacke 6

           Born: Abt 1563
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           Died: 5 May 1636
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Children
1 F Joan Savage 7

           Born: 18 Feb 1609
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           Died: Abt 1680
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         Spouse: Ralph Earle (1606-Abt 1678) 8 9




William Randolph and Mary Isham




Husband William Randolph 10

           Born: Abt 1650 - Warwickshire, England
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         Father: Richard Randolph (      -      )
         Mother: Elizabeth Ryland (      -      )


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• Obtained: Land patent, 1674, Virginia, (United States).




Wife Mary Isham 11

           Born: Abt 1658 - Bermuda Hundred, Henrico (Chesterfield), Virginia, (United States)
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         Father: Henry Isham (      -      )
         Mother: Catherine Banks (      -      )




Children
1 M Col. Isham Randolph of Dungeness 12 13

            AKA: Col. Isham "Bon Lomond" Randolph
           Born: 24 Feb 1685 - Bon Lomond, Goochland, Virginia, (United States)
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           Died: 2 Nov 1742 - Dungeness, Goochland, Virginia, (United States)
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         Spouse: Jane Liliburne Susan Rogers (Abt 1692-1760) 10
           Marr: 1717 - St. Paul's Church, Shadwell Parish, London, England




William Shirley and Mary Isley




Husband William Shirley 14

           Born: 1498 - Wiston, Thakeham, Sussex, England
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           Died: 28 May 1551 - Preston, Sussex, England
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Wife Mary Isley 14

           Born: 1512 - Sundridge, Kent, England
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           Died: 2 Jul 1596 - Preston, Sussex, England
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Children
1 M Sir Thomas Shirley 14

           Born: 9 May 1542 - Wiston, Sussex, England
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           Died: 16 Oct 1612 - Thakeham, Sussex, England
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         Spouse: Anne Kempe (1544-1623) 14




John Israel and Margaret Ruth Larkin




Husband John Israel

            AKA: John Isaac
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       Marriage: Bef 15 Feb 1707



Wife Margaret Ruth Larkin 15 16

            AKA: Margarey Larkin
           Born: 1643 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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           Died: 1707 - <Anne Arundel, Maryland>, (United States)
         Buried: 1707 - Virginia, (United States)


         Father: John Larkin (      -      ) 17
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   Other Spouse: Major Edward Dorsey [Jr.] of "Dorsey" (Abt 1640-After 1704) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 - Abt 1693 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


Children

Research Notes: Husband - John Israel

2nd husband of Margaret [Larkin] Dorsey.

Source: Genealogical and Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Maryland: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation, edited by Richard Henry Spencer, New York, 1919, p. 612. Margaret Larkin Dorsey's second husband.


Research Notes: Wife - Margaret Ruth Larkin

2nd wife of Colonel Edward Dorsey (son and heir of Edward Dorsey, the immigrant).

From The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland, p. 56:

"Colonel Edward Dorsey, son and heir of Edward Dorsey, the immigrant, held [the] tract of 'Dorsey' during life. It was sold by his widow, Margaret, the wife of John Israel, in 1706, to Wm. Bladen, of Annapolis."


Bleddyn ap Ithel Llwyd




Husband Bleddyn ap Ithel Llwyd

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1 M Bleddyn Fychan ap Bleddyn

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Research Notes: Husband - Bleddyn ap Ithel Llwyd

RootsWeb - Celtic Royal Genealogy


Research Notes: Child - Bleddyn Fychan ap Bleddyn

RootsWeb - Celtic Royal Genealogy


Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland and Aseda Rognvaldsdatter




Husband Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland 15 27 28 29

            AKA: Eystein Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland, Eystein "the Noisy" Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland, Glumra Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland
           Born: Abt 800 - <Maer, (Nord-Trondelag), Norway>
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         Father: Ivar Halfdansson Jarl of Oppland (Abt 0783-      ) 29 30 31
         Mother: < > Eysteinsdatter (Abt 0785-      ) 15


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Wife Aseda Rognvaldsdatter 29 32

            AKA: Aseda Ranvaldsdatter, Ascrida Rognvaldsdatter
           Born: Abt 804 - <Maer, (Nord-Trondelag), Norway>
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         Father: Ragnvald "the Mountain-High" Olafsson King of Vestfold (Abt 0790-      ) 15 33 34
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Children
1 F Swanhild

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2 M Sigurd Eysteinsson 35

            AKA: Earl Eysteinsson
           Born: Abt 832 - Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway
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3 M Malahule Eysteinsson 15 36

            AKA: Haldrick Eysteinsson, Malahulc Eysteinsson, Malahulde Eysteinsson
           Born: Abt 845 - Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway
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4 F Svanhild Eysteinsdatter 15

           Born: Abt 850 - <Maer, Nord-Trondelag, (Norway)>
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         Spouse: Harald I "Fairhair" Halfdansson King of Norway (Abt 0850-0933) 15


5 M Ragnvald Eysteinsson Earl of Møre 29 37 38 39 40

            AKA: Ragnvald I "the Wise" Earl of Møre, Rðgnvald I "the Wise" Jarl of More, Rognvaldr Jarl of Møre
           Born: Abt 830 - Maer, Oppland, (Norway)
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           Died: 890 - Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
         Buried: 893
         Spouse: Ragnhild Hrólfsdatter (Abt 0857-      ) 15 41 42
           Marr: Abt 867 - Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway



Birth Notes: Husband - Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f50/a0025002.htm has b. 810.


Research Notes: Husband - Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Jarl of Oppland

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 121E-16. "EYSTEIN GLUMRA, Jarl of the Uplands, abt. 830, sd. to have fathered two known children: Swanhild, who m. HARALD (243A-17) King of Norway, and RAGNVALD I"


Research Notes: Child - Swanhild

Married Harald, King of Norway.

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 121E-16 (Eystein Glumra)


Birth Notes: Child - Ragnvald Eysteinsson Earl of Møre

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f00/a0020082.htm has b. 857, of Upland, Denmark.


Death Notes: Child - Ragnvald Eysteinsson Earl of Møre

May have died in Maer, Norway.


Research Notes: Child - Ragnvald Eysteinsson Earl of Møre

Jarl of North and South Møre, and of Ramsdal in Norway.
Parentage uncertain.
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From http://cybergata.com/roots/4176.htm :
He became one of Harald Fairhair's men the summer before the battle at Solskel circa August 866. He was set as chief over the two districts, North More and Raumsdal, by Harald Fairhair, who strengthened him both with men of might and bondes, and gave him the help of ships to defend the coast against enemies in 867.He was given South Möre to govern, He was given the Orkney and Shetland isles in compensation for the loss of his son Ivar in the wars of Harald Fairhair against the viking raiders in the western lands in 888.

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From Wikipedia - Rognvald Eysteinsson :

Rognvald "The Wise" Eysteinsson (son of Eystein Ivarsson ) is the founder of the Earldom of Orkney in the Norse Sagas . Three quite different accounts of the creation of the Norse earldom on Orkney and Shetland exist. The best known is that found in the Heimskringla , but other older traditions are found in the Historia Norvegiae and the Fragmentary Annals of Ireland .

Sagas
The saga accounts are the best known, and the latest, of the three surviving traditions concerning Rognvald and the foundation of the Earldom of Orkney. Recorded in the 13th century, their views are informed by Norwegian politics of the day. Once, historians could write that no-one denied the reality of Harald Fairhair 's expeditions to the west recounted in Heimskringla, but this is no longer the case. The Norwegian contest with the Kings of Scots over the Hebrides and the Isle of Man in the middle 13th century underlies the sagas.[1]


In the Heimskringla, Rognvald is Earl of Møre . He accompanies Harald Fairhair on his great expeditions to the west, to Ireland and to Scotland . Here, Rognvald's son Ivarr is killed. In compensation King Harald grants Rognvald Orkney and Shetland. Rognvald himself returns to Norway , giving the northern isles to his brother Sigurd Eysteinsson .[2]


The Heimskringla recounts other tales of Rognvald. It tells how he causes Harald Finehair to be given his byname Fairhair by cutting and dressing his hair, which had been uncut for ten years on account of Harald's vow never to cut it until he was ruler of all Norway,[3] and it makes him the father of Ganger-Hrólf, identified by saga writers with the Rollo (Hrólfr), ancestor of the Dukes of Normandy , who was said to have been established as Count of Rouen by King Charles the Simple in 931.[4]


Earl Rognvald is killed by Harald's son Halfdan Hålegg. Rognvald's death is avenged by his son, Earl Turf-Einar , from whom later Orkney earls claimed descent, who kills Halfdan on North Ronaldsay .[5]

Historia Norvegiae
The Historia Norvegiae's account of Rognvald and the foundation of the Orkney earldom is the next oldest, probably dating from the 12th century. This account contains much curious detail on Orkney, including the earliest account of the Picts as small people who hid in the daytime, but it has little to say about Rognvald.

In the days of Harald Fairhair, king of Norway, certain pirates, of the family of the most vigorous prince Ronald [Rognvald], set out with a great fleet, and crossed the Solundic sea..., and subdued the islands to themselves. And being there provided with safe winter seats, they went in summer-time working tyranny upon the English, and the Scots, and sometimes also upon the Irish, so that they took under their rule, from England, Northumbria ; from Scotland, Caithness ; from Ireland, Dublin , and the other sea-side towns.[6]
This account does not associate Rognvald with the earldom, but instead attributes it to his anonymous kinfolk.


Fragmentary Annals of Ireland

The oldest account of the Rognvald and the earldom of Orkney is that found in the Fragmentary Annals of Ireland. The annals survive only in incomplete copies made by Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh in the 17th century, but the original annals are believed to date from the lifetime of Donnchad mac Gilla Pátraic (died 1039). The annals are known to have had an influence on later writings in Iceland .

The annals make Rognvald the son of "Halfdan, King of Lochlann ". This is generally understood to mean Halfdan the Black , which would make the Rognvald of the annals the brother of Harald Finehair. However, the sagas claim that Rognvald's grandfather was named Halfdan.[7]


These events are placed after an account of the devastation of Fortriu , dated to around 866,[8] and the fall of York, reliably dated to late 867. However, such an early date makes it difficult to reconcile the saga claims that Harald Fairhair was involved in Rognvald's conquest of the northern isles.


Harald Finehair's victory in the Battle of Hafrsfjord , which gave him dominion over parts of Norway, is traditionally dated to 872, but was probably later, perhaps as late as 900.[9] What little is known of Scottish events in the period from the Chronicle of the Kings of Alba would correspond equally well with Harald's attacks on Scotland in the reign of Domnall mac Causantín (ruled 889-900).[10] However, this would not correspond with the sequence in the earliest account of the origins of the Orkney earldom, which places this a generation earlier.


Haakon Ivarsson and Ragnhild Magnusdatter Princess of Norway




Husband Haakon Ivarsson 15

           Born: Abt 1031 - <Norway>
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         Father: Ivar "Hvide" (Abt 0999-      ) 15
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       Marriage: 1062 - Norway



Wife Ragnhild Magnusdatter Princess of Norway 15

           Born: Abt 1041 - <Norway>
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         Father: Magnus I "the Good" Olafsson King of Norway (Abt 1024-1047) 15
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Children
1 F Ragnhild Haakonsdatter 15

           Born: Abt 1044 - <Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland>
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         Spouse: Paul Thorfinnsson Jarl of Orkney and Caithness (Abt 1040-1103) 15




Warren D. Ives and Mary Druscilla Shriner




Husband Warren D. Ives

           Born: 9 Sep 1910
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       Marriage: 16 Nov 1933



Wife Mary Druscilla Shriner

           Born: 21 May 1907 - Iowa, United States
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         Father: Grover Sidney Shriner (1885-1968)
         Mother: Hannah Johnson (1887-1962)


Events

• Census: U.S., 26 Jan 1920, Rodman, Palo Alto, Iowa, United States. 43 (Household Member)


Children


Anthony Thomas Prater and Judith Ivye




Husband Anthony Thomas Prater 44

            AKA: Anthony Thomas Prather
           Born: 1545 - Latton, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 21 Aug 1583 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
         Buried: 21 Aug 1593 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England


         Father: George Prater (Abt 1516-1564) 15 45
         Mother: Jane Plott (1515-1587) 46


       Marriage: Abt 1566 - West Kingston, Wiltshire, England



Wife Judith Ivye 15 47

            AKA: Judith Ivry
           Born: 1550 - West Kingston, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 6 Feb 1578 - West Kingston, Wiltshire, England
         Buried:  - West Kingston Church, Wiltshire, England


         Father: Thomas Anthony Ivye (1524-1593) 15 48
         Mother: Elizabeth Mallett (1528-      ) 15




Children
1 M Thomas Prater

           Born: Abt 1570 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: Bef 1577 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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2 M William Prater

           Born: 6 Jun 1574 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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3 F Elizabeth Prater

           Born: 26 Jun 1575 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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4 M Fernando Prater

           Born: 1576 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: After 1592
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5 M George Prater

           Born: 10 Jul 1576 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: Abt 1578 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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6 M Thomas Prater 49

           Born: 6 Feb 1578 - Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 1628 - Eaton Water House, Wiltshire, England
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         Spouse: Margaret Quintyne (1578-1628)
           Marr: 4 Jun 1599 - Clyffe Pypard Parish, Sheford Magna, Wiltshire, England



Research Notes: Husband - Anthony Thomas Prater

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844425 :
Anthony was the second born son in his family. His father was very wealthy, and thus his inheritance was substantial, but it was the custom in those times to give most of the inheritance, titles, etc. to the first born son. He inherited Stanton St, Bernard Manor which is located in South central Wiltshire (near the famous Stone Henge).

His older brother Richard was the heir to most of their father's property and titles. Richard lived in Nunney Castle located in Nunney, Somerset. Richards holdings were vast, consisting of several manors (villages with all the businesses in the village), 40 farms with surfs (slaves) that lived on them, 30 farms without surfs, 4000 acres of meadow land, and approximately 300 acres of timber. Richard held the title of "Esquire" and "Lord of Nunney". Anthony was named "Trustee" of the estates when Richard died in 1580. Anthony was trustee for 6 years until Richard's son George became of age (Nunney was acquired from "Lord St. John" - Sir William Paulet).

Anthony appears to have been the black sheep in his family and was taken to court many times. The Earl of Bolingbroke, which Anthony "held" under, wrote in the court record "Anthony Prater, a troublesome man". Anthony's business dealings were often in dispute.

After his wife's death, Anthony remarried but had no other known children. He married Elizabeth (Winter) Ivye, the widow of his wife's brother, Ferndinando Ivye.

Anthony Prater received the manor of "Hook" from his younger brother Nicholis, who he claimed to be a lunatic. He kept and cared for his brother for many years and claimed ownership of "Hook" as his compensation. When Anthony's wife died, Nicholis was sent to live with their sister in London. Shortly after, he brought claim against Anthony claiming "he had regained his former health", but the court found in Anthony's favor and he retained the manor of "Hook".

Shortly after the court found in Anthony's favor, Nicholis and "others" went to Anthony's manor and stole 18 prize cows. Nothing more is recorded as to the outcome of this act.

Stanton St. Bernard Manor is located about 20 miles due South of Swindon, Wiltshire, England and about 5 miles West of the famous Stone Henge.

It is recorded that Anthony was later "Excommunicated from the Catholic Church for his 'extorsionate practices'". He died without reconsiliation.

In order for him to have a burial place in the church, Anthony must have taken the King's religion. Thus, by joining the Church of England he was able to secure his burial place in the church at Stanton St. Bernard. Anthony's tomb is in the floor of the church at his manor of Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire.


Research Notes: Wife - Judith Ivye

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844426 :

Judith (Ivye) Prater died when her seventh son was born. Anthony placed a stone carving in the wall of West Kingston Church above her tomb. This stone carving shows Anthony, his coat-of-arms with symbols of his wife's family coat-of-arms, and a carving of his children, and a eulogy to his children and all the people who were to read this stone carving.

Oh mi dear children marke what I saye,
your mothers bones truli are warpt here in clay
her soule no doupte, to heaven is gone thither
where we most joyfully shall meet altogether
te lord be your guide, the lord be your strength
and give you this special grace to die in him at length
you gentell readers remember your end
be true unto such whom faithful you find
let this be example and tell hit abroad
how faithfulli this woman died in the Lord

Judith's tomb is in the floor of the Ivye Chapel with the the above carving in the wall just above the tomb. The following inscription was placed in the stone which covers the tomb. It was written by Anthony, as was the above inscription. The following inscription can no longer be seen because a wooden floor has been placed in the church so that it could be properly heated, but the carving on the wall can still be seen.

Rest in the Lord most loving wife,
thy daies are spent and gonne,
they husband's raceand end of life
shall be, God knoweth how soon
Though death hath doon the worst he can
to part us twayn a space,
yet time will come to meet again
in heaven that joyfull place.
With bitter tears thy husband spake
these words upon thy toombe.
His hand did write, thes vers did make
to show in time to cum
how faithfull thou has been to me,
and haddest six children dear,
within six yeare a marvell to see
all borne one time of yeare;
the seventh also in like manner,
if death had not them lett,
borne had been as the other wear,
at midsummer time direct.
Alas how should it chance so bad
to little babes so young,
to tell in time what losse they had
bi nature whence they sproung
but God is he who givith life,
and he that takes away,
let us therefore avoyd all strife
and geve ourselves to pray.
Thy children's names if men would know,
which God hath geven to thee,
behold are written here below
in order as they bee.
Thomas, William, Elizabeth, Ferndinando, George, Thomas

Above these verses, in the Limbe, thus: Here lieth Judeth Prator, the
wife of Anthony Prator, Gentilman, daughter unto Thomas Ivie, Esqr., Who dieth the sixth day of February, Anno Domini 1578.


Notes: Marriage

May have been married abt 1570


Research Notes: Child - Thomas Prater

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844429 :
This Thomas was the first born son, and it is believed that he was named Anthony Thomas after his father. However, his name is inscribed "Thomas" on his mother's tomb. It is also believed that his 6th born brother was named Thomas Anthony Prater, but his brother is also stated as "Thomas" on their mother's tomb. We do know that the first "Thomas" died young and the second "Thomas" may have been named for him.



Research Notes: Child - William Prater

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844430


Research Notes: Child - Elizabeth Prater

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844431


Research Notes: Child - Fernando Prater

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844432


Research Notes: Child - George Prater

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844433


Research Notes: Child - Thomas Prater

From: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3143362&id=I631844418 :

Thomas Prater was the sixth born in his family. He was named after his first born brother who died young. Thomas was raised at Eaton Water and Stanton St. Bernard in Wiltshire, England. We find him living as an adult at Eaton Water House, Eaton Water, on the Cricklade, Wiltshire, England.

Thomas must have gained his position by the grace of other family members and his wifes dowery. He was not a wealthy person, but owned his own land at Eaton Water. His business was the woolen trade, farming, and ferrier (Eaton Water was located on the banks of the Thames River where he owned a ferry). Eaton Water was also a place that people who used the river to transport their goods to the ports of London could stop and feed their livestock and find food and lodging for themselves.

Eaton Water was a part of the old family estates that also consisted of Latton Manor and Inglesham Manor, all of which sat along the banks of the Thames River in Northern Wiltshire on what is called the Cricklade.

Stanton St. Bernard Manor is located in South central Wiltshire about 50 miles South of Eaton Water Manor. This manor was owned by Thomas' father Anthony Prater. Anthony Prater, who was excommunicated, lost almost all of his property by the time of his death in the late 1500's. His son Thomas, being the youngest son, had little or no inheritance.

Thomas' mother died at his birth and little is known about his childhood, but we do know that he was taken as a new born child to relatives in the North Wiltshire estates to be suckeled and cared for. He may have been raised by these relatives until his father remarried or he may have stayed with these relatives until his adulthood. Thomas lived at Eaton Water House when his son Thomas Prather (Prater) was born in 1604 [this Thomas came to America in 1622].


Sources


1. Personal Documents, Memorial Service bulletin for William Dill Wallace.

2. Personal Documents, Autobiographical Sketch of Edward H. Wallace.

3. www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 28092169.

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