Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson

Source Citations


Joseph CLAYTON

1Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1754-1783, Page 10, Entry 39
Joseph Clayton, Bachelor of Ribchester and Margaret Alston, Spinster of Ribchester. Married by Licence
Witnessed by: David Mitchel, John Singleton.


Margaret ALSTON

1Parish Register Extract, St Wilfrid, Ribchester. Burial Register: 1773-1812, Page 55, Entry 23
Peggy CLAYTON, wife of Joseph CLAYTON of Ribchester, buried 21 May 1802.

2Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1754-1783, Page 10, Entry 39
Joseph Clayton, Bachelor of Ribchester and Margaret Alston, Spinster of Ribchester. Married by Licence
Witnessed by: David Mitchel, John Singleton.


John CLAYTON

1International Genealogical Index (R). Extracted Record - Batch# C00719-3.


Jennet CLAYTON

1Parish Register Extract, St Wilfrid, Ribchester, Lancashire. Burial Register: 1736-73, Page 36, Entry 21
Jennet CLAYTON, daughter of Joseph and Margaret, buried 24 Jan 1768.


Jennet CLAYTON

1International Genealogical Index (R). Extracted Record - Batch# C00719-3.

2Parish Register Extract, St Wilfrid, Ribchester, Lancashire. Burial Register: 1773-1812, Page 15, Entry 2
Jennet CLAYTON, daughter of Joseph CLAYTON, buried 25 Jan 1780.


Joseph CLAYTON

1International Genealogical Index (R). Extracted Record - Batch# C00719-3.

2Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1783-1792, Page 7, Entry 19
Joseph Clayton, Tanner of Ribchester and Mary Pope, Spinster of Blackburn. Married by Banns.
Witnessed by: S Wilson, H Ward.


Mary POPE

1Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1783-1792, Page 7, Entry 19
Joseph Clayton, Tanner of Ribchester and Mary Pope, Spinster of Blackburn. Married by Banns.
Witnessed by: S Wilson, H Ward.


Thomas DICKINSON

1Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1754-1783, Page 82, Entry 324
Thomas Dickinson, Joiner of Ribchester and Mary Clayton, Spinster of Ribchester. Married by Licence and Consent of Parents.
Witnessed by: John Clayton, John Singleton.


Mary CLAYTON

1International Genealogical Index (R). Extracted Record - Batch# C00719-3.

2Parish Register Extract, St Wilfreds, Ribchester. Register of Marriages 1754-1783, Page 82, Entry 324
Thomas Dickinson, Joiner of Ribchester and Mary Clayton, Spinster of Ribchester. Married by Licence and Consent of Parents.
Witnessed by: John Clayton, John Singleton.


Florence Noelene LOONEY

1Correspondence, E53,, 10 Mar 2012.


Dennis MEIKLJOHN

1Correspondence, E53,, 10 Mar 2012.


Norman Edward CARTER

1Correspondence, E53,, 10 Mar 2012.


Florence Noelene LOONEY

1Correspondence, E53,, 10 Mar 2012.


Henry INGLOS

1Death Details, Blomefields History of Norfolk Vol XI Page 159. Henry Inglos Esq, son of Sir Henry, inherhited the manor and died possessed of it and others, on September 20th 8th Henry VIII (20 Sep 1516)
*** This date is at odds with the other two citations ***.

2Death Details, Blomefields History of Norfolk Vol XI Page 31. Henry Inglos Esq, son of Sir Henry, died lord on September 15, anno 3rd Henry VIII, (15 Sep 1511) and left by Anne his wife, Edward, aged 18.

3Death Details, [History and Antiquities of the County of Norfolk Vol VII  - Hundred of Loddon, Page 70]. Henry Inglose, son and heir of Sir Henry, died on September 20th, in the 8th of Henry VIII (20 Sep 1516).


Sir John FASTOLF

1General. Cokayne, George Edward, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct, or Dormant (London: St. Catherine Press, 1910.), 9:250, Los Angeles Public Library, 929.721 C682.

2General. [Francis Blomefield. "East Flegg hundred: Castor." An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 11 (1810): Page 206]
"John Fastolf, Esq. who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas Parke, Esq. relict of Sir Thomas Mortimer, son and heir of Sir Robert Mortimer of Attleburgh, who died before his father about the year 1386, leaving 3 daughters and coheirs.


Mary PARKE

1General. [Francis Blomefield. "East Flegg hundred: Castor." An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 11 (1810): Page 206]
"John Fastolf, Esq. who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas Parke, Esq. relict of Sir Thomas Mortimer, son and heir of Sir Robert Mortimer of Attleburgh, who died before his father about the year 1386, leaving 3 daughters and coheirs.


Henry INGLOS

1Death Details, Blomefields History of Norfolk Vol XI Page 159. Henry Inglos Esq, son of Sir Henry, inherhited the manor and died possessed of it and others, on September 20th 8th Henry VIII (20 Sep 1516)
*** This date is at odds with the other two citations ***.

2Death Details, Blomefields History of Norfolk Vol XI Page 31. Henry Inglos Esq, son of Sir Henry, died lord on September 15, anno 3rd Henry VIII, (15 Sep 1511) and left by Anne his wife, Edward, aged 18.

3Death Details, [History and Antiquities of the County of Norfolk Vol VII  - Hundred of Loddon, Page 70]. Henry Inglose, son and heir of Sir Henry, died on September 20th, in the 8th of Henry VIII (20 Sep 1516).