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Family of John Bradshaw & Margaret Downey

of Maze, Co. Down

       

17-Jun-08

Husband

John Bradshaw

Farmer/Weaver

 

Born:

Abt. 1762

Blaris, Co. Down

 

Married:

Bef. 1785

   

Died:

11 July 1829

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - D671/R8/33

Buried:

     

Father:

Unknown

   

Mother:

Unknown

   

Wife

Margaret Downey

   

Born:

Bef. 1765

   

Died:

 

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

 

Buried:

     

Father:

Unknown

   

Mother:

Unknown

   

Children

     
 

Name

William Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

02 April 1786 

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

1

Married:

Abt. 1812

Co. Down

 
 

Died:

28 August 1858

London Township, Ontario, Canada

 
 

Buried:

 

St. John's Anglican Cemetery, Arva, London, Ontario

Family Record

 

Spouse:

Ann Woods

Blaris, Co. Down

 
 

Name

Samuel Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

23 January 1791

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

2

Married:

     
 

Died:

Abt. 1836

Upper Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

 
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Anne Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

23 April 1793

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

3

Married:

     
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Esther Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

08 May 1809

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

4

Married:

Bef. 1831

   
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

George Stevenson

8 May 1831 - George the son of George Stevenson and

 Esther Bradshaw, Lisburn

PRONI - mic 1/63 vol. 7

Notes on John Bradshaw:

 

Lord Downshire's Kilwarlin Estate Rental - Books
Reference: D/671/R8/2 D671/RB/7
Dates: 1804 - 09, May 1816, 1824 - 25 & 1829 -30
Location: Maze
Name: John Bradshaw
Lease Date: 1806, Lease Terms: His own life , Area: 4.A 3.R 39.P
Comment Increased land 1805 Expired 10 July 1829

Kilwarlin Leases - D/671/L8/42B
John Bradshaw, I Nov 1805 for his own life aged 43 - 6 acres (near land of Hugh Toppin)

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Family of William Bradshaw & Ann Woods

of Middlesex, Ontario, Canada

       

24-Jun-08

Husband

William Bradshaw

Farmer/Weaver

Reference

Born:

02 April 1786

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

Married:

Abt. 1810

   

Emigrated

12 September 1833  (43 yrs) Arrived in New York, USA on the ship St. Paul Passenger lists

Died:

24 August 1858 (72 yrs)

London Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

See Notes

Buried:

  St. John's Cemetery, Arva, Middlesex County, Ontario Obelisk

Father:

John Bradshaw

Farmer, Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - D671/R8/33

Mother:

Margaret Downey

   

Wife

Ann Woods

   

Born:

abt. 1786

Blaris, Co. Down  

Emigrated:

12 September 1833 (43 yrs)    

Died:

17 July 1870 (76 yrs)

Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

Obelisk

Buried:

July 1870 St. John's Cemetery, Arva, Middlesex County, Ontario Obelisk

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Children

     
 

Name

John Bradshaw

Weaver  
 

Baptised:

30 June 1811

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - I/3/1

1

Married 1:

Bef. 1852

   
 

Married 2:

 

   
 

Died:

31 May 1882

London Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

See Notes
 

Buried:

  St. John's Cemetery, Arva, Middlesex County, Ontario  
 

Souse 1:

Anne    
 

Spouse 2:

Marion Smibert

   
 

Name

Elizabeth Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

15 August 1813 (1 month old)

Lower Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/62A

2

Married:

18 February 1846

London Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

See Notes

 

Died:

07 September 1882

London Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

 
 

Spouse:

Richard Hale

   
 

Name

James Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

Abt. 1818

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

See Notes

3

Married:

     
 

Died:

 

Canada

 
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

William Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

22 June 1822

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/62A/1

 

Baptised:

23 June 1822 (1 day old)

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

Church Record in Local  Custody

4

Married:

     
 

Died:

 

Canada

 
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Samuel Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

03 October 1824

Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63

5

Married:

     
 

Died:

 

Canada

 
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Richard Bradshaw

Farmer

 
 

Baptised:

04 April 1828

Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - T679/107

6

Married:

16 February 1859

Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

See Notes

 

Died:

23 October 1879

Adelaide Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

 
 

Buried:

 

Strathroy Cemetery, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada

 
 

Spouse:

Matilda Lougheed

   
 

Name

Anne Jane Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

05 February 1830

Upper Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - T679/107

7

Married:

 

Canada

 
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

Richard Gordan

   
 

Name

Sarah Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

13 January 1833

Upper Maze, Blaris, Co. Down

PRONI - mic I/63 vol. 7

8

Married:

 

Canada

See Notes

 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

Emphraim Stoney, Thomas Harrison

 

Notes on William Bradshaw:

 

Lord Downshire's Kilwarlin Estate Rental - Books
Reference: D/671/D8/8/37, D/671/R8/7 & D/671/A1/61
Date:          1804 - 09, 1816, 1829 -30 & 1824 - 1834
Location: Maze
Name: William Bradshaw

 

 

Notes by Prof. Joseph Wearing, descendant of  Richard Bradshaw and Matilda Lougheed;

 

William Bradshaw and his wife Ann Woods came to London Twp in 1837 from Maze in Ireland Co. Down with their eight children John, Elizabeth (married Richard Hale), James, William, Samuel, Richard, Anne Jane (married Richard Gordon), Sarah, (married first, Ephraim Stoney, then Thomas Harrison)

William died 24 August 1858. The tombstone says 14 August 1858, age 72. Ann died 17 July 1870, age 76. They are both buried in St. John's Anglican Cemetery, Arva, London Township, plot 17Nb under a salmon granite obelisk. It is located west of the church and is.one of the tallest in the cemetery.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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