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51 Brother of Duncan I, King of Scotland who was murdered by MacBeth. Maldred
 
52 Marriage reads: Mary Rucke, widow & Richard Best, bachelor, BOTP [Chilham], Banns Mary
 
53 Proprietor of land. Mary
 
54 nun at Fontevrault after husband's death Mathilde
 
55 Matilda is seventh in descent from Alfred the Great of England. Matilda
 
56 a Gentleman Mr.
 
57 Brother of Richwin, Bishop of Strasbours who died 933. Reginar I
 
58 Brother of Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht who died 977. Also brother ofFrederick, Prince, Archbishop of Mainz who died 954. Reginar II
 
59 Died in exile. Reginar III
 
60 Executed Richard
 
61 Burial entry records her as being 82 years of age. Susanna
 
62 Age on burial was recorded as 45 years. Susannah
 
63 Wills:
Austen Thomasine Wye 1642 PRC16/161 
Thomasine
 
64 Illegitimate son. William
 
65 Draper William ADAMS
 
66 of Canterbury, widow. Mary ALFREY
 
67 Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956
Name : George Edward Ames
Titles :
Death date : 24 Jan 1917
Death place : Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Birth date :
Estimated birth year : 1871
Birth place :
Age at death : 46 years 8 months 6 days
Gender : Male
Marital status :
Race or color :
Spouse name :
Father name : George Ames
Father titles :
Mother name : Catherine Spillett
Mother titles :
GSU film number : 2229575
Digital GS number : 4121240
Image number : 1493
Certificate number : 181
Description : Name index and images of Utah statewide death certificates.
How to use Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956 : Death certificates are the best source of death information. The certificates contain clues for further research: the birth date and birthplace of the individual; the name of the spouse; the names of parents; the place of residence; the name of the informant who may be a child of the deceased. 
George Edward AMES
 
68 Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956
Name : Henry Alfred Ames
Titles :
Death date : 24 Jul 1956
Death place : Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Birth date : 19 Apr 1875
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : London, England
Age at death : 81 years
Gender : Male
Marital status :
Race or color : Caucasian
Spouse name :
Father name : George Edward Ames
Father titles :
Mother name : Catherine Spillett
Mother titles :
GSU film number :
Digital GS number : 4093837
Image number : 0060
Certificate number : 5602627
Description : Name index and images of Utah statewide death certificates.
How to use Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956 : Death certificates are the best source of death information. The certificates contain clues for further research: the birth date and birthplace of the individual; the name of the spouse; the names of parents; the place of residence; the name of the informant who may be a child of the deceased. 
Henry Alfred AMES
 
69 Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956
Name : Sarah H. Mccarty
Titles :
Death date : 01 Dec 1950
Death place : Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Birth date :
Estimated birth year : 1872
Birth place :
Age at death : 78 years
Gender : Female
Marital status : Married
Race or color :
Spouse name : John E. Mccarty
Father name : George Ames
Father titles :
Mother name : Catherine Spillett
Mother titles :
GSU film number : 2224904
Digital GS number : 4120948
Image number : 1600
Certificate number : 182152
Description : Name index and images of Utah statewide death certificates.
How to use Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956 : Death certificates are the best source of death information. The certificates contain clues for further research: the birth date and birthplace of the individual; the name of the spouse; the names of parents; the place of residence; the name of the informant who may be a child of the deceased. 
Sarah H. AMES
 
70 Biography of Mary Ann Browning, by Jim DeVore

Mary Ann Browning was born on April 3rd in the Year of Our Lord Seventeen Hundred and Ninety-Seven. Her birthplace was at Hernhill, Kent, England. She was born during the reign of king George III.
When she was 16 years old and was married to Nicholas Mears and later they became the parents of eight children. Her husband Nicholas was a Constable and when he was just 33 years old he was killed in a riot called the Battle of Bosenden Wood.
Later She married again. Her new husband's name was William Lewington Jemmett. At the time of their marriage he was 23 years old and she was 37 years old. She was 14 years older than William. He became the step-father of her 8 children and later they had five children of their own. Their names were William George, Henry George, Edward, Julia Jane, and Rosina Kathleen.
Mary Ann was baptized into the LDS Churches when she was 52 years old. For a time the LDS Mission Home was at her home. Her husband was a pious man and a strict observer of the Sabbath Day.
In 1857 her son William Henry became the first of her family to immigrate to America. He settled in St. Louis Mo. Julia Jane left for America in 1852. When she came to leave her father hugged her and said: “Julia, if it were not for the gospel’s sake, and I didn't know we would meet again somewhere I could never stand this parting." This was the last time they were to ever see each other in this world. William Lewington died two years later when his boat was blown up on the Thames River. William had been the master of a sailing barge named the "Good Design” His occupation was mainly that of an oyster dredger. His boat also hauled freight and on his last trip it was hauling gun powder.
That night when he did not come home Mary Ann thought she heard his little dog scratching at the door she went to check, but there was no dog there. She had a feeling something had happened, and soon the terrible news was brought to her that her husband was killed when his boat was exploded by the gun powder on board. His little dog who would have been with him, also never came home again.
One year after William died Mary Ann decided to journey to America. By this time her son Henry George was also there. In the year 1865 when Mary Ann was 68 years old she and
her daughter , Rosina Kathleen, set sail for America. They sailed on the ship “Bell Wood” out of Liverpool.
They came to America the year the Civil War ended. Rosina and Mary Ann traveled across the planes with the Miner Grant Atwood Co., and had many adventures with Indians who stampeded cattle and Army soldiers who played tricks. They traveled approximately 5-15 miles in one day.
Rosina married Charles Johnson who operated the Sand Hole Stage Station in Kamas Idaho. For a time Mary Ann lived with them. All in all she lived to be 86 years old and died on April 28th of 1883 at Woodland, Utah.
If you visit the Heber City Cemetery in Utah you can see her tombstone.
A grandson was later to write of Mary Ann: "she was kindness itself." 
Mary ANN, BROWNING
 
71 There is every possibility that Catherine married a John Jemmett. Although no marriage could be found at Faversham, Preston or Ospringe, I suspect the marriage may have taken place at Oare as it appears that Lucy remarried for a third time a Thomas Jones who eventually moved to Oare sometime before 1821. Catherine ANSTON
 
72 Burial record for James Ansten records his age as 25 years. James ANSTON
 
73 Gentleman of an antient Family long feated at Otterpley in the Pariih of Challock
in Kent, 
William APULDERFIELD
 
74 Age on burial was recorded as 67 and residence as Flood Lane. Deborah ARNOLD
 
75 See Europäisch Stammtafeln Band I tafel 2. Arnold (St. ARNULF)
 
76 Heiress of Beechworth Castle Eleanor FitzAlan als ARUNDEL
 
77 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
78 Became an actress. Nancy made her debut in Liverpool and was discovered and brought to London by Charles Hawtrey and A. A. Milne. Nancy ATKIN
 
79 A barrister at Gray's Inn. Rosaline ATKIN
 
80 1672-1681. Robert Aucher, M.A.
26 die mensis Jun. a.d. 1672 institutio Rob. Aucher ad Rector, de Kingston'
Cant, dioec, per mort. Nic. Dingley vac. ad prsesentat. Frederic! Primrose,
Sheldon/. 352.
Robert 3rd son of Sir A. Aucher, Kt. was born Jan 21st 1643 and
baptised at Bishopsbourne. Matriculated at Queen's College,
Oxford, June 10th, 1664 ; B.A. 1668 ; M.A. 1670. Shortly after
his Institution to this Living the Archbishop granted him "a
licence to absent himself for 3 years from his Rectory and to
reside in Oxford, in order to the gaining of some more knowledge
in the study of Divinity."(2) In 1676 he obtained a
dispensation to receive and hold the Vicarage of Eastchurch
with the Rectory of Kingston. He was, however, never instituted
to Eastchurch, though he held the right of presentation.
(3) The date of his death and his place of burial have not
been ascertained.

(2) Act Books of the Archbishops, Vol. III., Lambeth. His father made an unsuccessful application in 1678 for a renewal of the licence for another 3 years "the parish being well satisfyed with the Life and Doctrine of the Curate." Tovmer MS. 41, f. 83, Bodleian Library.
(3) Mr. Hatton Aucher as administrator of the goods of Rev. R. Aucher in July
1682 presented Rev. Anthony Woolrich to the Vicarage of Eastchurch vacant by the
death of the last incumbent Rev. Thos. White. Mr. White was instituted to Eastchurch Feb. 16 1666. Arch. Cant. XIV. 381. 
Anthony AUCHER
 
81 from Bishopsbourne MIs as found on Kent Archaeology website


28. Under this Pew, or Chancell is a very fine Vault, the Buriall Place formerly of the AUCHERS; and now of the Beckingham Family.
29. On 6 Small black Marble Tablets (on Each side of the Window, which fronts to The East, 3) are ye 6 following Inscriptions: 1. Sr. Anthony AUCHER, Knt. Mareschall of Callice; Governr. of Guisnes; Master of the Jewel House, in Times of HENRY YE EIGHT. EDWARD YE SIXT, and QUEEN MARY. Slayn at ye Loss of Callice. Affra CORNWALLIS his Wife. 2. Edward AUCHER their Son, and Mabell WROTH his Wife. 3. Sr. Anthon. AUCHER Knt. and Baronet their Soun and Elizabeth HATTON his Wife. 4. Anthony AUCHER their Soun and Elizabeth BIGG his Wife. 5. Anthony AUCHER their Soun, and Margaret SANDYS his Wife. 6. Sr. Anthony AUCHER Knt. Their Son, and Hester COLLET, his Wife. 
Anthony AUCHER
 
82 He was an ardent Royalist. He was invested as a Knight on 4 July 1641 at Whitehall, London, England . In 1643 he was imprisoned for nine months, in Winchester House, in connection with the Kentish petition. He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Canterbury in 1660. He was created 1st Baronet Aucher, of Bishopsbourne, co. Kent [England] on 4 July 1666.

Source: Cokayne, George Edward, editor. The Complete Baronetage. 5 volumes. no date (c. 1900). Reprint, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1983. 
Anthony AUCHER
 
83 Sheriff of Kent from 1613 to 1614 Anthony AUCHER
 
84 Died without male issue John AUCHER
 
85 Died without issue Thomas AUCHER
 
86 Died without issue William AUCHER
 
87 1641 - 1646 FILE - Archdeaconry Court Miscellaneous - ref. DCb/PRC/18/29/85 - date: 13 Oct 1643 [from Scope and Content] PLAINTIFF: Alice OMER rel My RUCKE wid, dau, exix; DEFENDANT: n.s.; DOCUMENT: All; CASE: Test (Laur OMER sr gent, St Geo Cant) Alice AUSTEN
 
88 Yeoman

An inventory was taken of Henry's goods on PRC 11/61 LDS film 1066781, fol. 2
Austen, Henry of Wye, Yeoman 
Henry AUSTIN
 
89 A bricklayer John AUSTIN
 
90 DINGLEY, alias BORELAND, is a small manor, situated in the borough of Boreland, in this parish, the house of it lying
about three-quarters of a mile north. east from the church, which in the reign of king Henry VIII. was in the possession
of Sir Mattehew Brown, whose son Sir Anthony appears by the king's receiver's roll, in the Augmentation-office, to
have been possessed of it in the 30th year of that reign. (fn. 16) After this name was extinct here, it came into the
possession of Austen, one of which name, Matthew Austen, died possessed of it about the year 1640; it afterwards
descended down to Thomas Austen, who in 1681 alienated it to Sir John Fagg, bart. who at his death devised it to his
second son Charles Fagg, esq. whose great-grandson the Rev. Sir John Fagg, bart. of Chartham, is the present
possessor of it.

From: 'Parishes: Chilham', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7 (1798), pp. 263-
292. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63418. Date accessed: 04 May 2008

Wills:
Austen Matthew Wye 1640 PRC16/1333

Probate/court records: Archdeacon's Court, miscellaneous - ref. DCb/PRC/18 [Access Conditions] DCb/PRC/18/6 2nd Dcb/PRC/18/7 are unfit for consultation and therefore their contents are not listed here. 1640 - 1641 FILE - Archdeaconry Court Miscellaneous - ref. DCb/PRC/18/27/39 - date: 28 Jul 1640 [from Scope and Content] PLAINTIFF: n.s.; DEFENDANT: Those AUSTEN rel, exix; DOCUMENT: All; CASE: Test (Matt AUSTEN, Wye) 
Matthew AUSTIN
 
91 Sessions Papers FILE - Sessions Papers - ref. Q/SB/2 - date: 1651-2 item: Depositions - ref. Q/SB/2/15 - date: 17 September 1651 [from Scope and Content] a) Matthew Austin of Wye, maltster, regarding the theft of his sheep, accusing John Ginman b) John Ginman, claiming that his dog found the sheep and savaged it until almost dead, Ginman took sheep home Matthew AUSTIN
 
92 Yeoman Valentine AUSTIN
 
93 Yeoman Valentine AUSTIN
 
94 Founder of Balliol College, Oxford John BALLIOL
 
95 She was the second wife of Henry I, King of England. Adela BARBATUS, Queen of England
 
96 From A2A website
1608 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/14/90 - date: 17 Jan 1608 Plaintiff: Jas BARBER Ashford adminor of Mgt B als CARTER dau; Defendant: Jas WORCESTER Faversham adminor; Documents: Arts; Case: Test John CARTER Boughton Blean 
James BARBER
 
97 Esq. William BARRET
 
98 Age on burial was 24 years. Thomas BARROW
 
99 1: Lancet. 2005 Dec 17;366(9503):2118-21.

Mitochondrial DNA and survival after sepsis: a prospective study.Baudouin SV, Saunders D, Tiangyou W, Elson JL, Poynter J, Pyle A, Keers S, Turnbull DM, Howell N, Chinnery PF.
University Department of Surgical & Reproductive Sciences, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

BACKGROUND: Human genome evolution has been shaped by infectious disease. Although most genetic studies have focused on the immune system, recovery after sepsis is directly related to physiological reserve that is critically dependent on mitochondrial function. We investigated whether haplogroup H, the most common type of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in Europe, contributes to the subtle genetic variation in survival after sepsis. METHODS: In a prospective study, we included 150 individuals who were sequentially admitted to the intensive care unit in a hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. After clinical data were obtained, patients underwent mtDNA haplotyping by analysis with PCR and restriction fragment length polymorphism. As endpoints, we used death during the 6-month period or survival at 6 months. FINDINGS: Follow-up was complete for all study participants, although the haplotype of two patients could not be reliably determined. On admission to the intensive care unit, the frequency of mtDNA haplogroup H in study patients did not differ between study patients admitted with severe sepsis and 542 age-matched controls from the northeast of England. MtDNA haplogroup H was a strong independent predictor of outcome during severe sepsis, conferring a 2.12-fold (95% CI 1.02-4.43) increased chance of survival at 180 days compared with individuals without the haplogroup H. INTERPRETATION: Although haplogroup H is the most recent addition to the group of European mtDNA, paradoxically it is also the most common. Increased survival after sepsis provides one explanation for this observation. MtDNA haplotyping offers a new means of risk stratification of patients with severe infections, which suggests new avenues for therapeutic intervention. FINDINGS: Haplogroup H carriers being twice as likely to survive severe sepsis.

 
Mary BASS
 
100 She has a cousin by the name of John Spencer who is mentioned in her Will. Elizabeth BAYLY
 

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