Legend:

Family

A unique number I have assigned to each family in my database.  They are sequenced by date or approximate date of the first marriage.

Corr Family (Corresponding)

Follow this number to the corresponding family either up a generation or down a generation.  The first entry in each family grouping is the marriage record.  So the Corresponding Family number will be the family that the father of that family came from.  A number in the Corresponding Family column next to a child indicates the subsequent family he produced.   A secondary purpose of this column is to indicate a continuation or an end of the Kaighin line in that branch.

-         “x” means no link to the previous generation found. 

-         “male” means the female married a non-Kaighin male, see the “Spouse” column.

-         “infant”, “child”, “teenager” indicates early death.

-         “Illegitimate”.  If the father is known, his last name will be in the “notes” column if it is not Kaighin.

-         “no issue”.  Indicates no offspring

Fam Date

The date of marriage if available.  If not, then an approximate date prior to the birth of the known first born.  If the letter “p” follows the date, this means “prior to”.

First Name

Self explanatory.  I’ve conventionalized all names to avoid duplicity and ambiguity.  It also helps when sorting the data if all like names are spelled the same.  Example, Elizabeth, Beth, Liz, Lizzie, etc., are all spelled Elizabeth.  Many times, the same person will have their name spelled multiple ways on different records or events.  All variations will eventually be added to either the “notes” column or the “IGI Christian Name Spelling” column.

A side note about the surnames John and Joseph.  Prior to about the middle of the 19th century, I could find no Kaighins in the Isle of Man with the surname Joseph.  However there are many entries in the IGI with that name.  Without exception, all Josephs prior to 1850 or thereabouts turned out to be Johns.  Every one of them had a corresponding entry of “John”.   This is due to a transcription misinterpretation probably by the IGI transcriber.  In early records, John was very often written as “Jo”.

M/F

Male, Female, Husband or Wife

Event

M=Marriage B=Birth C=Christening

Date

Date of event

Death / Burial

If I found the date of both events, I always listed the date of death. 

Father First

Self explanatory (Surname of father is assumed to be Kaighin.  Any variations in surname spelling will eventually be added in either the “notes” column or the “IGI surname spelling” column.)

Mother Last

Self explanatory.  There were often multiple spellings of the same surname, so I always used the spelling that was used in the majority for that individual.

Mother First

Self explanatory.  Spelling is also conventionalized in this column for sorting purposes. 

Spouse

Self explanatory.  There were often multiple spellings of the same surname, so I always used the spelling that was used in the majority for that individual.

Emigration

If emigrated, lists sequence of stops if known.

Location

Location of the event.

Notes and Sources

Sources listed here as well as anything else I found pertinent or interesting.  As of 21 October 2004, I am still annotating my sources in the databases, so all sources are not yet listed.

 

 

 

Family

Corr Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

 

 

 

530

UNKNOWN

1747 05 23

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1747 05 23

1771 02 22

 

 

 

Killey Jane

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

Radcliffe

 

Jane

Female

Christening

1748 03 06

 

Thomas

Killy

Jane

Radcliffe William

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

infant

 

Catherine

Female

Christening

1750 03 16

1751 10 02

Thomas

Killy

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

probably died prior to second Catherine's birth in 1763.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

 

 

William

Male

Christening

1752 10 29

 

Thomas

Killy

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

Down to family 820

 

Thomas

Male

Christening

1755 10 23

1849 02 02

Thomas

Killy

Jane

Moughtin Eleanor

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

Down to family 860

 

John

Male

Christening

1760 03 02

1843 12 07

Thomas

Killy

Jane

Christian Margaret

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballacrink, Jurby

 

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

530

Sayle

 

Catherine

Female

Christening

1763 07 31

 

Thomas

Killy

Jane

Sayle ?

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

May be a discrepancy. Also a Catherine d/o Thomas burial record in Jurby for 16 Apr 1765

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

 

 

 

Will of Jane Kaighin als Killey, 1798

56      Jurby
In the name of God, Amen, the 31 day of May 1797.  
The last will and testament of JANE KAIGHIN (widow) who 
being sick and feeble in body but by the blessing of God 
of sound mind and memory at the making thereof.  
First, she committed her soul to God and her body 
to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial.  
Also she left and bequeathed to her SON JOHN the sum 
of one guinea.  
Also, she left and bequeathed to her DAUGHTER JANE WIFE 
OF WILLIAM RADCLIFFE the sum of one guinea.  
Also she left and bequeathed to her GRANDDAUGHTER JANE 
SAYLE the sum of one guinea.  
Also, she left and bequeathed to her GRANDDAUGHTER ELLINOR 
DAUGHTER OF THOMAS KAIGHIN the best cloak she had.  
Also, she left and bequeathed to her DAUGHTER JANE RADCLIFFE 
aforesaid all the rest of her shaped apparel woolen 
and linen.  
Lastly, she left and bequeathed to her SON THOMAS KAIGHIN 
all the rest of her goods chattels and effects of whatsoever 
nature and denomination whom she also nominated constituted 
and assigned sole Executor of this her last will and 
testament the day and year first above written.  
Proclaimed pronounced and declared by the Testatrix as 
his last will and testament in presence of us the witnesses: 
Thomas Corlett my mark X, 
Robert Christian, jurati.           
 
AT A CHAPTER COURT HOLDEN at 
KK Michael June 19th 1798: 
The Executor is sworn in Court in form of Law and hath 
given pledges for the payment of debts and legacies namely 
the Witnesses of the will.  
Probatum est, Thos Cubbon

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

Source 2

Source 3

 

820

Up to Family 530

1781 01 23

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1781 01 23

1849 02 02

 

 

 

Moughtin Eleanor

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

Esther Moore and Patrick Moughtin were witnesses to marriage.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

 

 

John

Male

Christening

1781 12 16

 

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

not in parents will- may have died young.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

Down to family 1240

 

Jane

Female

Christening

1784 09 19

 

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Kaighin John (of 860)

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

1st cousins.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

Kissack

 

Eleanor

Female

Christening

1787 07 29

1848

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Kissack John

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar Cottage, Jurby

Married 12 Jan 1813, Jurby. She had 9 children.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

"The Seed of Isaac" by Revd Rex Kissack

Kissack genealogy website.

 

820

Down to family 1090

 

Thomas

Male

Christening

1790 02 28

1870 05 04

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Callister Anne

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

Down to family 1160

 

William

Male

Christening

1793 07 07

1875 10 07

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Corlette Anne

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Whitehouse, Jurby.

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

infant

 

James

Male

Christening

1796 06 01

1799 02 10

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

Down to family 1330

 

Robert

Male

Christening

1799 02 17

1866 06 19

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Corlett Catherine

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar, Curragh, Jurby

birth may be March.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

820

Quayle

 

Anne

Female

Christening

1802 07 11

 

Thomas

Moughtin

Eleanor

Quayle John

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Cregmoar

M. 16 Aug 1822 Jurby.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

 

 

Will of Elinor Kaighin als Moughtin, 1838

31     Jurby
In the name of God Amen.
I Thomas Kaighin of the Curragh in the parish of Jurby and Elinor Kaighin otherwise Moughtin my
 wife being old and feeble in body but by the blessing of God of a sound disposing in memory and 
understanding do make publish and declare our joint last will and testament as follows:
First we commit our souls to God and our bodies to the earth to be buried in decent Christian 
burial. We leave and bequeath to our two sons Thomas and William the sum of five pounds British
 each to be paid unto them at the decease of the longest liver of us.
To our two daughters Jane and Elinor we leave and bequeath the sum of five pounds British each to
 be paid to them at the decease of the longest liver of us. We leave bequeath and devise to our
 daughter Ann our whole right, title property and interest of in and unto a certain meadow or 
parcel of intack land to us belonging situate in the parish of Lezayre known and distinguished by 
the name of the ---------- bearing three pence yearly lords rent to be possessed by her at the 
decease of the longest liver of us. The longest liver to have the use and possession of the whole 
of the said meadow during his or her natural life and she our said daughter Ann when possessing 
the same to pay or cause to be paid unto our daughter Elinor the sum of six pounds British. To our
son Robert we leave and bequeath the sum of twenty shillings British. Lastly We nominate 
constitute and appoint the survivor of us sole executor or executrix of this our last joint will 
and testament and residuary legatee of all the rest of our goods, cash, bond, notes, and effects 
of whatsoever nature and denomination.  In witness whereof we have caused our names and marks to 
be hereunto set this 7th day of March 1837.
Thomas Kaighin my x mark
Elinor Kaighin alias Moughtin her x mark
Witnesses:
Andrew Joughin
Andrew Joughinm Jr
 
At an Eccl Court held in Ramsey the 22nd Dec 1838.
Andrew Joughin Senior and Andrew Joughin Junior the subscribing witnesses
to the foregoing last will and testament of Elinor Kaighin having deposed on the Holy Evangelists
that the said deceadant when of sound mind memory and understanding having duly signed and 
executed the same as and for her last will and Thomas Kaighin the executor therein named having by 
instrument in writing bearing date this day renounced the executorship in favour of his son Robert 
Kaighin the said Robert Kaighin is therefore sworn well and truly to fulfil and execute the said 
will to pay all just debts and legacies and funeral expenses of the testatrix and to return to the 
Archdeacon's Registry a full true and particular account of his proceedings in the premises when 
then unto lawfully required and to these ends hath  given pledges namely the witness to his will 
who have entered into a bond to that effect in presence of the court.   Probatum Est   T. A. 
Corlett
 
John Kaighin husband of Jane a legatee named in her foregoing will of
Elinor Kaighin of Jurby deceased personal appeared at the Archdeacon's
Registry and acknowledge to have received and been paid the legacy of
five pounds British bequeathed his said wife in and by said will and he
the said John Kaighin hereby exonerates acquits and discharges Robert
Kaighin the administer with the will annexed of said Elinot Kaighin his heirs executors 
administrators and assigns of the said legacy or sum of five pounds British and of every part 
thereof and doth by these presents forever cancel the same on said will as witness his 
subscription this 17th day of June 1850.   John Kaighin his x mark
Signed and acknowledged Before Me   R. Brown A. R.
 
Whereas Eleanor Kaighin wife of Thos Kaighin of the Curragh in the parish of Jurby did by her last 
will and testament bearing date the 7th day of March 1837 leave and bequeath to her son Thomas 
Kaighin five pounds to her son William Kaighin five pounds to her daughter Eleanor five pounds and 
did also leave a certain meadow called the Plaase in the parish of Lezayre to her daughter Ann 
conditioned that she was to pay six pounds to her sister Eleanor when she came into possession of 
said meadow.  And whereas at an Eccl Court held in Ramsey on the 22 Dec 1838. 
 
Administration with said will annexed was granted to Robert
Kaighin in trust of Thos Kaighin the executor in said will named.
Therefore know all men by these presents that we the said Thomas Kaighin, William Kaighin, and John Kissack husband of Eleanor do hereby severally and respectively acknowledge to have received from and been paid by said Robert Kaighin the full and just sum of five pounds sterling each, being the legacy bequeathed each of us in and by said will and we do hereby severally and respectively exonerate acquit and discharge the said Robert Kaighin and every person whomsoever of and from any further claim or demand on account of our said legacies of five pounds each and of every thereof and do by these presents cancel the same.  And I the said John Kissack husband of Eleanor do also hereby acknowledge to have rec'd from and been paid by John Quayle husband of Ann the sum of six pounds sterling being the lien on the meadow aforesaid and do hereby release and acquit the said meadow and the said John Quayle husband of said Ann for all further claim or demand on account of said sum of six pounds and every part thereto.  And of by these presents release the said John Quayle and John Kissack meadow from the same.
As witness our respective subscriptions this 14th day of March 1854. Thomas Kaighin my x mark
William Kaighin my x mark
John Kissack my x mark
This before me at the Archdeaconal Registry
R. Brown A. R.
 
I Thomas Kaighin of the Curragh in the parish of Jurby executor of the
last will and testament of my wife Elinor Kaighin deceased being by old
age and infirmities unable to attend at court this day to have the said
will established.  Do hereby appoint and authorize my son Robert Kaighin to be sworn administrator and executor in trust of the said will and estate of the said Elinor Kaighin.  In witness where of have caused my name to be hereunto set this 22nd day of December1838.
Thomas Kaighin my x mark
Witnessed by Andrew Joughin.
 
I do here certify by virtue on order granted upon this petition by the
Reverence Corlett and authority I have charged Thos Kaighin, William
Kaighin, John Kissack and his wife and a left charge at John Quayle and
his wife, John Kaighin and his wife to a court to be holden at Ramsey on Saturday next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon as next of kin to answer the suit of the said petitioner.
This is the 19th of December 1838.
 

 

Will of Thomas Kaighin, 1849

60    Jurby
I Thomas Kaighin of the parish of Jurby being infirm and aged and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life do make declare and publish this my last will and testament in manner following being of sound mind and memory at the making hereof.
First I commit my soul to God and my body to Christian burial.
Secondly I leave to my two sons Thomas and William Five pounds each as
legacy.
Thirdly I leave to my daughter Elleanor wife of John Kissack five pounds as legacy.
Fourthly I leave to my granddaughter Ann Kissack daughter of John Kissack five pounds as legacy.
Fifthly I leave to my daughter Ann wife of John Quayle five shillings as legacy.
Lastly I leave all the rest residue and remainder of my goods chattels
and effects of every description to my son Robert Kaighin whom I nominate constitute and appoint whole and sole executor of this my will.
In witness whereof I hereunto subscribed my name this 16th day of July
in the year 1842.
Thomas  Kaighin my mark x
Witnesses:
John Corlett
John Corlett Junior
 
At a Chapter Court holden at Kirk Michael the 31st day of May 1849. Robert Kaighin sworn executor with pledges John Corlett of Ramsey and John Stephen of the village in the parish of Ballaugh who have executed a bond to that effect bearing equal date herewith.
John Kaighin husband of Jane or legatee named in the foregoing will of
Thomas Kaighin of Jurby deceased personally appeared at the Archdeacon's Registry and acknowledged that he had received and been paid the legacy of one pound bequeathed his said wife in and by the said will.  And he hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executor Robert Kaighin his heirs executors administrators and assigns of the said legacy or sum of one pound and of every part thereof.  As witness his subscription the 17th day of June 1850.
John Kaighin his x mark
Signed and acknowledge Before Me  R. Brown A. R.
We John Kneale and Ann Kneale alis Kissack of the parish of Bride do
acknowledge that we have received from Robert Kaighin of the parish of Jurby the sum of five pounds being advanced to us in order the better to enable us to go to America for which country we now intend to make our departure from the Isle of Man the five pounds being advanced to us by the said Robt Kaighin in payment and discharge of a legacy to that
amount left to me the said Ann in and by the last will and testament of
Thomas Kaighin of whose will the said Robt Kaighin is appointed
executor hereby exonerating and discharging the said Robert Kaighin
from all claim or demand on account of the said Thomas Kaighin¹s will
after his decease whenever that even takes place.
In witness where we hereunto subscribed our name this 10th day of
March 1845.
John Kneale my mark x
Ann Kneale alias Kissack my x
Witness presents John Corlett
 
Thomas Kaighin a legatee named in the last will and testament of
Thomas Kaighin of the parish of Jurby deceased - appeared at the
Archdeacon's Registry and acknowledge to have received and been paid
the sum of five pounds  amount of a legacy bequeathed to him in said
deceased will.  Also at the  same time and date appeared William Kaighin another legatee named in  the said will and acknowledge to have received the sum five pounds bequeathed to him and and by said will. Also appeared John Kissack husband of Elleanor and acknowledge to have been paid the sum of five pounds bequeathed to his said wife in and by said will.  Also at the said time and place appeared John Quayle husband of Ann and acknowledge to have received the legacy of five shillings bequeathed to his said wife and by the said last will and testament of John Kaighin of Jurby deceased and they the said Thomas Kaighin, William Kaighin, John Kissack, and John Quayle, do hereby severally discharge exonerate and acquit Robert Kaighin the executor in said will named his executors, administrators and assigns of the said several legacies and of every part hereof.
As witness therein several signature or marks hereunto affixed this
fourteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty four (1854).
Thomas Kaighin my mark x
William Kaighin my mark x
John Kissack my mark x
John Quayle
This before me   R. Brown A. R.

 

 

 

 

Family

Corresponding Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

 

 

 

860

Up to Family 530

1787 01 12

John

Husband

Marriage

1787 01 12

1843 12 07

 

 

 

Christian Margaret

Andreas, Isle of Man

 

 

Wesleyan Methodist Minister, Sulby

 

 

 

 

 

 

860

 

 

Mary

Female

Christening

1789 02 22

1815 11 29

John

Christian

Margaret

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

860

Down to Family 1240

 

John

Male

Christening

1791 05 08

1872 05 29

John

Christian

Margaret

Kaighin Jane (of 820)

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

1st cousins. May be a discrepancy on his death. Also a Jurby burial record for a John K. of Ballacrebbin, Andreas, age 72, 6 Jan 1863

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

860

 

 

William

Male

Christening

1793 04 26

 

John

Christian

Margaret

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

860

Down to Family 1390

 

Thomas

Male

Christening

1796 07 28

1882 04 17

John

Christian

Margaret

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, living with son John Thomas, 84.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

860

 

 

James

Male

Christening

1802 01 24

1876 03 22

John

Christian

Margaret

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

Emigration

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

 

 

 

1090

Up to family

820

1815 01 17

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1815 01 17

 

 

 

 

 

 

1870 05 04

 

 

 

Callister Ann

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

both from Jurby. Humphrey Callister and William Clark were witnesses.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

Thomas

Male

Birth

1815 12 17

 

 

 

 

 

 

1885 02 12

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Ballaugh, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

1881 Census, head, with siblings William, Ann, Ellen, and niece Sarah Jane, Farmer of 24 Acres., Unmarried

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

Robert

Male

Birth

1815 after

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Ballaugh, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

James

Male

Birth

1815 after

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

America

Close Rhenny

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

Jane

Female

Christening

1817 10 09

 

 

 

 

 

 

1885 02 12

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

John

Male

Christening

1822 10 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Ballaugh, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

May have died young. Does not show up on any wills.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

William

Male

Birth

1825 abt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

1881 Census, with siblings Thomas, Ann, Ellen, and niece Sarah Jane.  Shoemaker, Unmarried

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

 

 

Anne

Female

Birth

1831 abt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

1881 Census, with siblings Thomas, William, Ellen, and niece Sarah Jane. Unmarried

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

Tear

 

Eleanor

Female

Birth

1834 abt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas

Callister

Ann

Tear ?

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Close Rhenny

1881 Census, with siblings Thomas, Ann, William, and niece Sarah Jane., Unmarried

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1090

Down to family 1835

 

Humphrey

Male

Birth

1836 09 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

1909 05 02

Thomas

Callister

Ann

Callister Elizabeth

Ballaugh, Isle of Man

 

Castle Lake, Ballaugh

The "Fairy slave". 1881 British Census, living at Castle Lake, with Elizabeth's mother Alicia Callister, his wife and Alicia's brother-in-law Thomas Callister. Elizabeth d. 24Feb1926 aged 84 Ballaugh (Monumental Insription #396). m. 28 May 1874

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.isle-of-man.com/manxnotebook/fulltext/wernt.htm

Under ' Fairy ' Control.—'About fifty years ago,' said Mr. T. Leece, the son, 'Paul Taggart, my wife’s uncle, a tailor by trade, had for an apprentice, Humphrey Keggan, a young man eighteen or nineteen years of age ; and it often happened that while the two of them would be returning home at nightfall, the apprentice would suddenly disappear from the side of the tailor, and even in the midst of a conversation, as soon as they had crossed the burn in the field down there (indicating an adjoining field). And Taggart could not see nor hear Humphrey go. The next morning Humphrey would come back, but so worn out that he could not work, and he always declared that little men had come to him in , crowds, and used him as a horse, and that with them he had travelled all night across fields and over hedges.’ The wife of the narrator substantiated this strange psychological story by adding :—' This is true, because I know my Uncle Paul too well to doubt what he says.’

 

 

Will of Thomas Kaighin, 1870

Jurby 
1870 
37
I Thomas Kaighin, farmer, in the parish of Ballaugh considering the
uncertainty of this life and being of sound and disposing mind memory
and understanding do make publish and declare this my last will and
testament in the following manner viz:
First I commend my soul to God and my body to Christian burial. Secondly I leave devise and bequeath to every one who may claim any interest in my will the sum of one shilling legacy.
Thirdly I leave devise and bequeath to my son Thomas Kaighin all my
right title and interest in to and unto all and singular that and those
lands and premises in the parish of Ballaugh called Close Rhenny to me
belonging and on which I now reside with the dwelling house and out
offices erected thereon, save  and except that the said Thomas Kaighin
his heirs executors administrators assigns do pay to my daughter Ellenor Kaighin the sum of fifty pounds, the said fifty pounds to be a lien and charge upon the aforesaid lands and premises dwelling house and out offices thereon erected hereby bequeathed until the same fully
discharged and payable to the aforesaid Elenor Kaighin an his the said
Thomas Kaighin his heirs executors administrators or assigns taking possess of the aforesaid lands and called Close Rhenny adjoining the
High Road leading to the Curraghs.
Fourthly I leave devise and bequeath to my son Humphrey Kaighin all and
singular my right title and interest in to and unto those lands and
premises situated in the parish of Ballaugh called and known as Croit Tommy Glenshaggle with the dwelling house and out offices erected thereon to me belonging and adjoining the road leading to the Ellans and also joins the land of Mary Mylecraine(widow,) and others the said Humphrey Kaighin paying all encumbrances thereon and I also leave to
the said son Humphrey Kaighin my brown mare.
Fifthly I leave devise and bequeath to my son William Kaighin the sum of one pound legacy
Sixthly I leave devise and bequeath to my son Robert Kaighin the sum of one pounds Legacy.
Seventhly I leave devise and bequeath to my on James Kaighin now in America should he return and claim an interest in my will the sum of one pound legacy.
Eighthly I leave devise and bequeath to my daughter Ann Kaighin the sum
of one pound legacy. 
Ninthly I leave devise and bequeath to my granddaughter Eliza Teare the sum of ten pounds legacy.
Lastly I nominate ordain and appoint my aforesaid son Thomas Kaighin whole and sole executor and residuary legatee of all and singular the
rest residue and remainder of my personal estate, monies, goods, chattels, and effects.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my mark to my name, this the Fifth day of September one thousand eight hundred and sixty six. 1866.
Thomas Kaighin his mark X
Signed and delivered in presence of the undersigned
Thomas Callister
Robert Kaighin
 
At a Chapter Court held at Ramsey on the 27th day of May 1870.
Thomas Callister and Robert Kaighin the subscribing witness to the execution of the foregoing paper writing purporting to be the last will
and testament of Thomas Kaighin deceased having made oath upon the Holy
Evangelists that said testator Thomas Kaighin when of sound mind memory and understanding duly signed and executed the same as and for his last will and testament in their presence and that they at the same time in his presence and in the presence of each other subscribe the
same in attestation thereof Thomas Kaighin the son of the decease the
executor in the said will named is therefore sworn well and truly to
fulfil and execute the said will and to administer all and singular the
personal estate and effects of the said deceased according to law by paying the just debts and funeral expenses of the deceased and the legacies contained in his will as far forth as his estate and effects will thereto extend and the law bind him and to return into the Episcopal Registry of the Isle and diocese of Sodor and Mann a full true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said estate and effects with an accurate account of his administration thereof when thereunto lawfully required and to these ends he hath given pledges namely John Cashen of Closekelly in the parish of Jurby and Thomas Callister of Poolhooie in the parish of Ballaugh who have entered into and executed the usual bond in the presence of the court.
                                  Probatum est    R.   Jebb
Know all men by these presents that Eleanor Kaighin of Close Rhenny in
the parish of Ballaugh doth hereby own and acknowledge to have received from John Quine and Sarah Jane Quine his wife both of Close Rhenny aforesaid the sum of fifty pounds being the amount of a certain legacy bequeathed to the said Eleanor Kaighin by her father Thomas Kaighin late of Ballaugh deceased in and by his last will and testament bearing date the Fifth day of September One thousand eight hundred and sixty six probate whereof was a  Chapter Court holden at Ramsey on the Twenty seventh day of May One thousand eight hundred and seventy granted to his son Thomas Kaighin the executor named in the said will together with the further sum of twenty eight pounds with interest thereon from the 27th day of May 1871 to 27th day of February 1885 at the rate of four percent per annum such legacy being charged and secured upon a certain dwelling house and premises in the said parish of Ballaugh called Close Rhenny now the property of the said John Quine and wife.  And the said Eleanor Kaighin doth hereby release acquit and discharge the said house and premises of and from all liability claims and demand in respect of the said legacy and interest thereon and doth direct and request that the said legacy be and stand cancelled upon record.  In witness whereof the said Eleanor Kaighin hath hereunto subscribed her name this 27th day of June One thousand eight hundred ninety one.
                                Eleanor Kaighin her x mark
Witnessed by  C. B. Nelson.
 
At Ramsey 11th July 1891 Charles Banks Nelson the subscribing witness to the execution of the foregoing instrument who is know to me being
duly sworn saith that Eleanor Kaighin duly executed the same in his presence after the same had been read over to her.
   Before Me   John C. Lamothe High Balliff of Ramsey

 

Will of Ann Kaighin als Callister, 1879

Jurby 
1879 
209
Ann Kaighin widow of the Close Rhenny in the parish of Ballaugh calling
to mind the shortness of this life and being of sound and disposing mind, memory, and understanding at the making hereof I therefore declare this to be my last will and testament in manner following.
I commend my soul to God and my body to Christian burial.
I leave and bequeath every one who may otherwise claim any interest in
my estate the sum of One shilling legacy. I bequeath and devise to my son Humphrey Kaighin all my right title and interest into and unto those lands and premises called and know as Croit Thommy - Glenshaffle together with the dwelling house and out offices thereon erected being situated in the parish of Ballaugh and adjoining the lands of Mary Mylecraine and Boydes field and the road leading to the Ellans the said Humphrey Kaighin his heirs executors, administrators or assigns to pay to my daughter Ann Kaighin the sum of twenty pounds at my decease the said twenty pounds to be a lien and charge on the said property namely Croit Thommy Glenshaggle until fully discharged and paid off.
I leave and bequeath o my son Robert Kaighin the sum of five pounds legacy.
I leave and bequeath to my son William Kaighin the sum of five pounds
legacy.
I leave and bequeath to my daughter Ellenor Kaighin the sum of five
pounds legacy.
I leave to my daughter Ann Kaighin the sum of five pounds legacy.
I also leave and bequeath to my daughter's Ann and Ellenor Kaighin
equally between them all my wearing apparel also one bed and bedding
each.
I leave to my aforesaid son Humphrey Kaighin six sheep.
I nominate, constitute and appoint my son Thomas Kaighin whole and sole
executor and residuary legatee of all my monies goods, chattels and effects of whatever nature or kind as witness my name hereunto subscribe this the 26th day of October 1876 Ann Kaighin her X mark Signed in presence of Thomas Callister and Thomas Callister
 
At a Chapter Court held at Ramsey on the 24th day of October 1879 Pledges Thomas Callister and Thomas Callister both of Ballaugh will
was proved Ann Kaighin died 2 August 1879
To the execution of foregoing paper writing purporting to be the last
will and testament of Ann Kaighin late of the Close Rennagh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

Source 2

 

 

1160

Up to family 820

1820 01 12

William

Husband

Marriage

1820 01 12

1875 10 07

 

 

 

Corlette Anne

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

both from Jurby. John Hughes and William Farrant were witnesses.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1160

 

 

Anne

Female

Christening

1821 08 26

1891 03 07

William

Corlett

Anne

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

John Quirk

 

 

1160

 

 

John

Male

Christening

1823 12 16

1851 06 05

William

Corlett

Anne

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballaugh

Death Cert in Jurby register says "of Ballaugh"

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1160

 

 

Eleanor

Female

Christening

1826 05 21

 

William

Corlett

Anne

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1160

 

 

Jane

Femail

Christening

1828 05 28

 

William

Corlett

Anne

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

 

Master List

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

 

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

 

 

 

1240

Up to Families 860 and 820

1824 11 28

John

H

M

1824 11 28

1872 05 29

 

 

 

Kaighin Jane

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

1st cousins. John Lace and Robert Kaighin were witnesses to marriage.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1240

 

 

Elizabeth

F

C

1826 08 27

 

John

Kaighin

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1240

 

 

Anne

F

C

1831 01 30

 

John

Kaighin

Jane

 

Malew, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1240

teenager

 

John

M

C

1833 04 07

1851 03 20

John

Kaighin

Jane

 

Malew, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master List

Family

Corr

Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

Source 1

Source 2

 

 

1330

Up to

Family 820

1832 11 24

Robert

Husband

Marriage

1832 11 24

1866 06 19

 

 

 

Corlett Catherine

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar Cottage No. 2, Jurby

1881 Census, Catherine, head, 60, Farmer of 30 Acres, with sons John and Edward, and Gdaughter Catherine J.. Robert, weaver. Catherine rcvd consent of her father to marry because she was underage. Witnesses at marriage, John Corlett & Jas K.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1330

 

 

John

Male

Christening

1833 08 21

1896 04 09

Robert

Corlett

Catherine

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar Cottage No. 2, Jurby

1881 Census, age 40, living with mother, unmarried.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1330

Down to

Family 1700

 

Thomas

Male

Christening

1837 04 16

1879 06 13

Robert

Corlett

Catherine

Kissack Jane

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

 

daughter Catherine Jane living with Thomas' mother Catherine in 1881 Census.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

Kissack genealogy website

 

 

1330

 

 

Robert

Male

Christening

1840 08 02

1869 08 02

Robert

Corlett

Catherine

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar, Curragh

b. Ballamoar, father laborer. Burial rcd: Ballamoar, Curragh.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1330

 

 

William James

Male

Christening

1843 09 10

1907 05 06

Robert

Corlett

Catherine

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar, Curragh

b. Ballamoar, father weaver (Philip Allen's notes list mother as 'Jane' Corlette. Probably mistake).

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

1330

 

 

Edward

Male

Christening

1857 06 14

1894 09 20

Robert

Corlett

Catherine

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar Cottage No. 2, Jurby

1881 Census, age 20, unmarried, living with mother. B. Ballamoar, Curragh, father weaver.

 

 

Phillip Allen (pjallen#btinternet.com)

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

Notes 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1390

Up to Family 860

1842 11 03

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1842 11 03

 

 

 

 

Killip Anne

Kirk Christ Lezayre, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, Living with son John Thomas, age 84, b. Jurby, widowed, Farmer

 

 

 

 

 

 

1390

Down to Family 1670

 

John Thomas

Male

Birth

1843 09 22

1914 09 27

Thomas

Killip

Anne

Jane

Kirk Christ Lezayre, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, Head, 38, farmer 53 acres,

 

 

 

 

 

 

1390

 

 

Edward

Male

Birth

1845 10 17

 

Thomas

Killip

Anne

 

Kirk Christ Lezayre, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1390

 

 

Elizabeth

Female

Birth

1848 abt

 

Thomas

Killip

Anne

 

Kirk Christ Lezayre, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, living with brother John Thomas, age 33, unmarried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

Emigration

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Source 1

Source 2

Source 3

Source 4

1670

Up to Family 1390

1861 11 30

John Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1861 11 30

 

 

 

 

Cormode Jane

Andreas, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 38, Farmer 53 Acres,

 

 

 

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1670

 

 

John Thomas

Male

Christening

1862 09 07

1954 06 12

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 18, His voice can be heard in a Manx language sample.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

Anne Jane

Female

Christening

1863 11 15

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 18,

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

William

Male

Christening

1865 07 30

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 15

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

child

 

Margaret Elizabeth

Female

Christening

1867 04 28

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

not in 1881 census. B. Ballagarrett, Bride

 

 

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1670

 

 

Alice

Female

Christening

1868 10 17

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

b.Ballagarrett, Bride.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

Catherine

Female

Christening

1870 09 19

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 10.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

Elizabeth

Female

Christening

1872 03 08

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 9, Not in IGI.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

Heginbottom

 

Sophia Amelia

Female

Christening

1874 02 22

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

Heginbottom Thomas

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 7. m.23Nov1907 Bride

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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Brian Lawson

 

1670

 

 

Esther Mary

Female

Christening

1876 02 13

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 5, Not in IGI.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

Eleanor

Female

Christening

1878 04 07

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 3, Not in IGI.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

Conversation on September 23 2004 with Tom Wagner, 8501 Willows Rd., N.E. D219 Redmond, Washington 98052, 425-558-3730 thoswagner#yahoo.com

 

 

1670

 

 

Isabella

Female

Christening

1879 06 29

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

1881 British Census, 1, Not in IGI.

 

 

 

Conversation on September 23 2004 with Tom Wagner, 8501 Willows Rd., N.E. D219 Redmond, Washington 98052, 425-558-3730. thoswagner#yahoo.com

 

 

1670

 

 

James Edward

Male

Christening

1881 05 15

 

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

 

Bride, Isle of Man

 

Ballagarrett, Bride

b.Ballagarrett, Bride.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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1670

 

 

Henry "Harry"

Male

Christening

1883 05 03

1962 12 29

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

Arminta B.

Bride, Isle of Man

America, Denver, CO, Lomita, CA

Ballalaben, Bride

c. 7Jun1883, Ballagarrett, Bride. 1930 US Census, California lists his father as b. N. Ireland and mother b. England. Arminita d. 11 Jul 1965, Los Angeles.

Emigrated with brother James Joseph first to Wisconson to be with the Brew and Gawn familys there, then to Kansas to be with Jane Cormode's brother's family. They emigrated about 1860 and homesteaded in Kansas near the Teare and Cormode familys.

Buried Pacific Crest Cemetary, Redondo Beach CA, Los Angeles County.

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Burial Record

1930 US Federal Census, California.

1670

Down to family 1990

 

James Joseph

Male

Christening

1884 06 19

1974 10

John Thomas

Cormode

Jane

Becker Emma Wilhelmenia Christina

Bride, Isle of Man

America, Alexandria, Leavenworth County, Kansas

Ballagarrett, Bride

b.Ballagarrett, Bride, died Atchison, Kansas

Emigrated with brother Harry first to Wisconson to be with the Brew and Gawn familys there, then to Kansas to be with Jane Cormode's brother's family. They emigrated about 1860 and homesteaded in Kansas near the Teare and Cormode familys.

Lived across street from the Beckers in Kansas.

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

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Family

Corr Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

Emigration

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Source 1

Source 2

Source 3

Source 4

1700

Up to

Family 1330

1864 05 21

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

1864 05 21

1879 06 13

 

 

 

Kissack Jane

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ellan Golane

Shoemaker.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

Arula Kaighin Rust (drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

1700

 

 

Thomas

Male

Christening

1864 08 21

1896

Thomas

Kissack

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ellan Golane

Died in flu epidemic

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

Arula Kaighin Rust (drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

1700

 

 

Robert

Male

Christening

1866 04 08

1896 06 28

Thomas

Kissack

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ellan Golane

Died in flu epidemic

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

Arula Kaighin Rust (drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

1700

 

 

John James

Male

Christening

1867 08 25

 

Thomas

Kissack

Jane

 

Jurby, Isle of Man

America

Sandygate

Sailed for 3 years on an English vessel between Liverpool and NY before settling in NY.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

A Arula Kaighin Rust (drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

1700

 

 

William

Male

Christening

1868 12 20

1924 11 14

Thomas

Kissack

Jane

Ellison Margaret

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Ellan Golane

m. 17 Oct 1906. Father: Thomas.

 

 

Phillip Allen pjallen@btinternet.com

Arula Kaighin Rust

(drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

1700

 

 

Catherine Jane

Female

Christening

1872 10 21

1894 05 05

Thomas

Kissack

Jane

 

Kirk Christ Lezayre, Isle of Man

 

Ballamoar, Curragh.

1881 British Census living with grandmother Catherine at Ballamoar Cottage No. 2, age 9, Burial Rec:

Died in flu epidemic

 

 

Arula Kaighin Rust

(drust#shenessex.heartland.net see post

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

 

of

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1835

Up to family 1090

1874 05 28

Humphrey

Husband

Marriage

1874 05 28

 

 

 

 

Callister Elizabeth

Jurby, Isle of Man

 

Castle Lake, Ballaugh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family

Corr

 Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

Emigration

 

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Source 1

 

 

 

1990

Up to Family 1670

1913 abt

James Joseph

H

M

 

1974 10

 

 

 

Emma W.

Center Twp, Atchison County, Kansas

America, Atchison County, Center Twp, Kansas

 

James b. 28 Apr 1884. youngest of 14, bro of John Thomas in Man. Sailed to California then moved to Nebraska. Died Cummings, KS, Emma d. Jan 1980, Lancaster, Atchison, KS

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Social Security Death Index

 

 

 

1990

 

 

August Lester

M

B

1914 10 01

1992 08 30

James Joseph

 

Emma W.

 

Center Twp, Atchison County, Kansas

 

 

died in Achison, Kansas., had one adopted daughter, Kristin who married ?? Amaro and had two boys. She is of Manx heritage and traveled to IOM.

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Social Security Death Index

 

 

 

1990

 

 

Henry "Harry" E.

M

B

1917 abt

(alive 2004)

James Joseph

 

Emma W.

Glenna, Betty E.

Center Twp, Atchison County, Kansas

 

 

Glenna born 17 June 1918, died March 1973, Betty born 17 September 1925, died 1 September 2003. He married Betty after Glenna died. Had 2 children with Glenna.

Conversation on September 23 2004 with Tom Wagner, 8501 Willows Rd., N.E. D219 Redmond, Washington 98052, 425-558-3730. thoswagner#yahoo.com

Living in a nursing home 2004.

 

 

 

 

1990

Wagner ?

 

Thelma M

F

B

1919 09 25

(alive 2004)

James Joseph

 

Emma W.

Wagner ?

Center Twp, Atchison County, Kansas

 

 

son Thomas has three children, Kaighin, Karina and Kael. (as of 2004)

Conversation on September 23 2004 with Tom Wagner (her son), 8501 Willows Rd., N.E. D219 Redmond, Washington 98052, 425-558-3730. thoswagner#yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

1990

 

 

James Joseph Jr.

M

B

1935 03 31

(alive 2004)

James Joseph

 

Emma W.

 

Center Twp, Atchison County, Kansas

 

 

Living in Tonganoxie, Kansas (2004)

Conversation on September 23 2004 with Tom Wagner, 8501 Willows Rd., N.E. D219 Redmond, Washington 98052, 425-558-3730. thoswagner#yahoo.com

 

Social Security Death Index

 

 

 

 

 

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