Descendants of Henry Mandeville

Generation No. 1

 

1.  Johannes1 de Mandeville died Unknown.  He married Unknown.  She died Unknown.

Child of Johannes de Mandeville and Unknown is:

+     2              i.   Dr. Michael Johannis2 de Mandeville, born Abt. 1585 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands; died Abt. 11 Oct 1601 in Nijmegen, Netherlands.

 

Generation No. 2

 

      2.  Dr. Michael Johannis2 de Mandeville (Johannes1) was born Abt. 1585 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, and died Abt. 11 Oct 1601 in Nijmegen, Netherlands.  He married Maria Van de Raede in Franeker, Netherlands.  She was born Abt. 1585 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, and died 07 Jul 1636 in Nijmegen, Netherlands.

More About Michael de Mandeville and Maria Van de Raede: Marriage: Franeker, Netherlands

Child of Michael de Mandeville and Maria Van de Raede is:

+     3              i.   Rev. Jan Johannes Michaelsz3 de Mandeville, born Abt. 1601 in Friesland, Netherlands; died Abt. 1657 in Garderen, Nethrlands.

 

Generation No. 3

 

      3.  Rev. Jan Johannes Michaelsz3 de Mandeville (Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Abt. 1601 in Friesland, Netherlands, and died Abt. 1657 in Garderen, Nethrlands.  He married Trijntgen Wilms 18 May 1625 in Harderwijk, Netherlands.  She died Unknown.

More About Jan de Mandeville and Trijntgen Wilms: Marriage: 18 May 1625, Harderwijk, Netherlands

Child of Jan de Mandeville and Trijntgen Wilms is:

+     4              i.   Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, born Abt. 1626 in Garderen, Guelderland, Netherlands; died Bef. 22 May 1701 in Greenwich, New York.

 

Generation No. 4

 

      4.  Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville (Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Abt. 1626 in Garderen, Guelderland, Netherlands, and died Bef. 22 May 1701 in Greenwich, New York.  He married Elsje "Elsie" Hendricks 18 Jul 1640 in Netherlands.  She was born Abt. 1628 in Netherlands, and died 22 May 1701 in Flatbush (Nassau) New York.

Notes for Giles Jansen (Yellis) de Mandeville:

Source: NY Gen and Biog Record v. 68, pg. 203; NY L I v. 19, pg. 91; History of the KIP Family in America, pg .267-68.

Giles Jansen (Yellis) De Mandeville came to America in ship De Trouw " The Faith", February 12, 1659, with his wife and 4 children. He and his wife became members of the Dutch Church in New York, May 31, 1677.

The de Mandevilles' are decended from Huguenots. They settled in New Amsterdam and Flatbush.

More About Giles de Mandeville and Elsje Hendricks: Marriage: 18 Jul 1640, Netherlands

Children of Giles de Mandeville and Elsje Hendricks are:

       5              i.   Hendrick5 Mandeville, born 1646 in Gelderland, Netherlands; died Unknown.  He married (1) Elizabeth Jane Berry; died Unknown.  He married (2) Anetje Pieterse Scholl 18 Jul 1680 in New York; died Unknown.

More About Hendrick Mandeville and Anetje Scholl: Marriage: 18 Jul 1680, New York

+     6              ii.   David Mandeville, born Abt. 1652; died Unknown.

       7             iii.   Tryntje Mandeville, born Abt. 1654; died Unknown.  She married Cornelius Jansen Vanderveer; died Unknown.

       8             iv.   Hettie Mandeville, born Abt. 1658; died Unknown.  She married Lawrence Johnson; died Unknown.

       9              v.   Geerette Jellis Mandeville, born Abt. 1660; died Unknown.  She married Weart Epskes Banta; born May 1658; died Unknown.

       10           vi.   Gerritie Mandeville, born Abt. 1662; died Unknown.

       11           vii.   Elsie Mandeville, died Unknown.  She married Laurens Jansen De Camp; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 5

 

      6.  David5 Mandeville (Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Abt. 1652, and died Unknown.  He married Marijtje Goese Van Hoesen.  She died Unknown.

     

Child of David Mandeville and Marijtje Van Hoesen is:

+     12             i.   Jellis Yellis6 Mandeville, born Mar 1701; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 6

 

      12.  Jellis Yellis6 Mandeville (David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Mar 1701, and died Unknown.  He married Rachel Hoppe/Hopper.  She was born Feb 1703 in Hackensack (Bergen County) New Jersey, and died Unknown.

Child of Jellis Mandeville and Rachel Hoppe/Hopper is:

+     13             i.   Jeremiah "Jurian" George7 Mandeville, born 1726 in Pompton Plains (Morris County) New Jersey; died Aft. 1755 in Claverack, New York.

 

Generation No. 7

 

      13.  Jeremiah "Jurian" George7 Mandeville (Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 1726 in Pompton Plains (Morris County) New Jersey, and died Aft. 1755 in Claverack, New York.  He married Dorothea Van der Hoef 14 Mar 1749 in Reformed Church, New York City, New York.  She was born 01 Mar 1729 in Bellville (Essex County) New Jersey, and died Aft. 1755 in Claverack, New York.

More About Jeremiah Mandeville and Dorothea Van der Hoef: Marriage: 14 Mar 1749, Reformed Church, New York City, New York

Child of Jeremiah Mandeville and Dorothea Van der Hoef is:

+     14             i.   Johannes John8 Mandeville, born 08 Jan 1751 in New York City (New York) New York; died Bet. 1790 - 1795 in Claverack (Columbia) New York.

 

Generation No. 8

 

      14.  Johannes John8 Mandeville (Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 08 Jan 1751 in New York City (New York) New York, and died Bet. 1790 - 1795 in Claverack (Columbia) New York.  He married Rachel Giffen Abt. 1770 in Reformed Church, New York, New York.  She was born Abt. 1751 in New York City (New York) New York, and died Unknown in New York.

More About Johannes Mandeville and Rachel Giffen: Marriage: Abt. 1770, Reformed Church, New York, New York

Child of Johannes Mandeville and Rachel Giffen is:

+     15             i.   George9 Mandeville, born 15 Jul 1783 in Calverack (Columbia County) New York; died Unknown in New York.

 

Generation No. 9

 

      15.  George9 Mandeville (Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 15 Jul 1783 in Calverack (Columbia County) New York, and died Unknown in New York.  He married Elizabeth Sherp 11 Jun 1803 in Kinderhook (Columbia County) New York, daughter of Laurens Scherp and Elizabeth Ree.  She was born 18 Jul 1784 in Claverack (Columbia County) New York, and died Unknown.

More About George Mandeville and Elizabeth Sherp: Marriage: 11 Jun 1803, Kinderhook (Columbia County) New York

Children of George Mandeville and Elizabeth Sherp are:

+     16             i.   Rev. Dr. Henry10 Mandeville, born 08 Mar 1804 in Kinderhook (Columbia Co.), New York; died 02 Oct 1858 in Mobile, Alabama.

       17            ii.   Catherine Rachel Mandeville, died Unknown.

       18           iii.   John Tobias Mandeville, died Unknown.

       19           iv.   Elizabeth Ann Mandeville, died Unknown.

       20            v.   William Francis Mandeville, died Unknown.

       21           vi.   Harriet Mandeville, died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 10

 

      16.  Rev. Dr. Henry10 Mandeville (George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 08 Mar 1804 in Kinderhook (Columbia Co.), New York, and died 02 Oct 1858 in Mobile, Alabama.  He married Harriet Kirtland, daughter of Hon. Dorrance Kirtland.  She died Unknown.

Notes for Rev. Dr. Henry Mandeville:

The following is extracted from a copy of the account of Dr. Henry Mandeville by his son Dorrance Kirkland (formerly spelled Kirtland) Mandeville.

"The first ancestor of the Rev. Dr. Henry Mandeville, the subject of this sketch, arrived in America in the ship 'Faith' from Guderen in the Valeria, Gelderland, Holland, Feb. 13, 1659. (Giles Jansen (Yelles) de Mandeville)

With other Huguenots, he (Giles Yelles) had taken refuge in Holland from his native city Rouen, in Normandy, to avoid the persecutions to which that noble race were subjected, and which finally culminated, so disastrously, upon the revocation of the edict of Nates, in the massacre on Saint Barthelew's day, October in 1630. Yelles Giles de Mandeville received a grant of land from the Dutch Government; this was located in the town of Flatbush, King's Co., Long Island. Upon this land he settled in the year 1659-60 with his wife Elsie Hendricks, 2 sons and 2 daughters, who came from Holland with him. A few years later, he gave this property to his eldest son, Hendrick, and upon Dec. 5, 1679, received a grant of land from Governor Stuyvesant and which was patented to him upon Dec. 30th, 1680. He died about the year 1700, leaving two sons and four daughters.

His eldest son, Hendrick, afterward sold the Flatbush estate, removed to Pompton's Plains, New Jersey, and was the ancestor of the Mandeville family in that state. The patent of land received by Yelles Mandeville from Gov. Stuyvesant was located in Greenwich, Manhattan Island, and embraced the land between 13th St. on the south, 8th Ave. on the east, 23rd St. on the north, and the Hudson, or North River, on the west, at present an immensely valuable tract of land. A small portion of this remains to the family.

Henry Mandeville, D. D., the 7th generation in direct descent from Yelles, first saw the light in the village of Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, on the 6th day of March in the year 1804.

His early boyhood was passed here, fitting for college in the academy at this place. He entered the sophomore class of this College at Schenectady, N. Y. in the fall of 1823 and was graduated in 1826. From this college he received his degree of Doctor of Divinity in the year 1846. Among his classmates were the Hon. Amos Dean, Dr. Thomas Hern, and the Rev. Bishop Horatio Potter, all of whom lived in Albany during his pastorate in the Fourth Presbyterian Church.

After leaving college, he entered the Reformed Dutch Seminary in the city of New Brunswick, N. J. from which he was graduated in the year 1829. Before graduating from the seminary, he married Harriet, the only daughter of the Hon. Dorrance Kirtland, then a member of Congress at Washington and afterward County Judge of Green County for 30 years. By her he had one son, the writer of this sketch, Dorrance Kirtland Mandeville.

Before leaving the seminary, he received a call to become the pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church in the village of Shawangunk, now Wallkil, Ulster Co., N. Y.. Here he remained for one year and a half, when he was sent by the Reformed Dutch Synod to organize and build a church in the village of Geneva, N. Y.. Here he remained for 3 years, having organized and built up a prosperous church.

In the year 1834, Dr. Mandeville was called to succeed the Rev. Dr. G. W. Bethune, in the pastorate of the Reformed Dutch Church in the city of Utica, Oneida Co., N. Y.. Here he remained for 7 years, when in 1841 (February) he was appointed by the trustees of Hamilton College in N. Y., professor of Belles Lettres, Moral science and Rhetoric. In addition to his other labors, he acted as College pastor.

While connected with this institution, he also edited and published his celebrated treatise upon Writing and Oratory, which was used as a textbook in his department, and made the college renowned for the cultivation of elocution and oratory throughout the land.

In the year 1849 (January), he resigned his professorship to spend a year, at the request of Mr. D. Appleton, his publisher, introducing his books to the colleges, schools and teacher institutions in the different sites, and it was in connection with the teacher's institute held in the Normal School in Albany, that led to his supplying the pulpit of the Fourth Church and its subsequent call to become its pastor. In 1850, Mrs. Mandeville's failing health rendered a re-union of our family, small though it was, necessary. At this time, Dr. Mandeville held in his hands three calls. One call to a western college, one to become pastor of the second Reformed Church (Poughkeepsie, N. Y.) and a third from the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Albany. The advantages of Albany, as a seat of learning, and containing a Medical School where his son, who had just begun the study of Medicine, could attend lectures without absence from home, decided him to accept the call to the Fourth Church in Albany.

In 1853, Mrs. Mandeville's failing health rendered it necessary that a warmer climate for the winter than that of Albany should be sought, and Dr. Mandeville, at that time receiving an invitation from the Government Street Presbyterian Church in the city of Mobile, Alabama, to supply the pulpit vacant through the absence of Dr. Hamilton, its pastor for the winter, accepted the same, returning to Albany the following spring. During the summer of 1854, the pulpit in the church in Mobile became vacant, and the impression made by Dr. Mandeville upon the church and congregation being so marked, a call was made for him to come to Mobile and become pastor in the church. In October, 1854, Dr. Mandeville removed and began his pastoral labors in the city of Mobile.

To the church in Mobile, he became greatly attached. It was the leading church of the state. The congregation was large and its influence was felt everywhere in the South. The four years he spent as pastor in Mobile were among the happiest of his life, and ending the greatest revival of religion ever known in Mobile.

A month or two prior to his death, he felt that he had accomplished his most, and just before his fatal illness he declared that a few years made little difference - that is of life or death. On the 26th of September, 1858, in the 54th year of his age, he was seized with the symptoms of Yellow Fever and after six days of illness, he died, October 2, 1858 with but a single lucid moment from the beginning of the attack to the bitter end."

Information from Mabel Murray Richardson papers

"Henry Mandeville's ashes were removed from Mobile, Alabama, where he died of yellow fever, and were re-interred in the cemetery on "The Hill" in Clinton. My mother was 13 years old and stood with her family and a group of dignitaries during the ceremony of re-burial. Her most vivid impression among those who attended was the colorful 'Representative of Education', sent by the old Empress of China, who was arrayed in a splendid get-up with a pea-cock train. Mrs. Root, wife of the then college president, did not record this item in her letters, but DID write of the frenzied efforts in a hot kitchen to direct or contrive added refreshments for the thirty 'splendid looking Sachems' of the Oneida tribe who unexpectedly arrived to do honor to the memory of our ancestor. Her account of the event appeared in one of the Hamilton Alumni Reviews in 1939, if I am not mistaken, and the date of the burial service was June 25th, 1873."

More About Rev. Dr. Henry Mandeville: Christening: 03 Jun 1804, Reformed Dutch Church, Kinderhook

More About Harriet Kirtland: Christening: Reformed Dutch Church, Kinderhook, Columbia, New York

Child of Henry Mandeville and Harriet Kirtland is:

+     22             i.   Dr. Dorrance Kirtland11 Mandeville, born 29 Dec 1828 in New Brunswick, New Jersey; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 11

 

      22.  Dr. Dorrance Kirtland11 Mandeville (Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 29 Dec 1828 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and died Unknown.  He married Catherine Carter.  She was born Abt. 1860 in Battery, NY (?), and died Unknown.

Notes for Dr. Dorrance Kirtland Mandeville:

Source: Notes from Mabel Murray Richardson

Prepared for college at Clinton Grammer School and Clinton Liberal Institute. Attended Hamilton College 1845-1849. Graduated and began the study of medicine. Graduated from College of Physicians and Surgeons NYC in 1853. After receiving his doctor's degree, he was appointed, upon successful competitive examination, House Surgeon of Bellevue Hospital, New York, serving first as junior, then senior assistant, remaining in the Hospital for 18 months.

After leaving the Hospital in the fall of 1854, he began practicing medicine in Mobile, Alabama where he resided until the close of the Civil War. He became a surgeon at the US Marine Hospital and later serving for 8 years as the sole attending physician for the Protestant Orphan Asylum (war orphans). He then returned to the North in 1866 and lived in Clinton, NY 1866-1875. Moved to Brooklyn, NY and practiced medicine there, where he was Staff Physician at Brooklyn Maternity Hospital for 13 years.

Notes for Catherine Carter: Information from papers of Mabel Murray Richardson, granddaughter of Catherine Carter Mandeville

"My grandmother, Catherine Carter, was known as the 'Belle of Brooklyn', when my grandfather, Dorrance Kirkland Mandeville, married her. His father, Dr. Henry Mandeville, who was pastor of the Dutch Reform Church in up-state New York, had moved to Mobile, Alabama (about 1850-2) with his delicate wife Harriet Kirkland. There he became pastor to a devoted flock (1854). Dorrance Kirkland Mandeville followed his father to the south, and there as a young medic, built up  what then was a comfortable fortune. My grandmother (Catherine Carter) was an Episcopalian (Church of England) and to some extent, pulled her husband into that orbit, so they expanded their circles beyond the usual parochial limits, customary to those days.  Thus it was in Mobile in 1860 that my mother was born to Northern slave-owning parents. When the Civil War broke out, her father (Dorrance) remained to serve in the Southern cause where his services continued with 'his people', whom he had served in peace with deep loyalty and affection. My grandmother fled back to Brooklyn with her children. All they possessed was swept away, and Catherine struggled to raise her brood, bitterly oppressed by ruin. Her two sons died, one, a promising genius, had designed and built an accurate sundial, as a small boy, which astounded his elders and teachers. They went to live in the house my grandfather built near College Hill in Clinton, known as Christmas Hill. My mother remembered this place with its lovely brook (now gone) and beautiful native flowers in the dell below the house.

The only thing my mother remembers on that long, sad journey back to Brooklyn from Mobile, was the screaming urchins who pelted their carriage, as it drove through the streets of Brooklyn, with mud and stones, while their taunting yells of SEE-SESH...SEE-SESH, followed them down the home-town streets. Only the very old recognize this as meaning Secessionists. A fighting word in the North in those tragic days.

My grandmother's brother, Oliver Carter, was a great favorite with my mother.

As I remember, during this sad, post-war day, when my grandfather returned to the North after the fighting was over, and the days of prosperity and plenty were gone with the wind, he sought for the records of his family's early holdings in Lower Manhattan. There, his forbearers, who had sailed from Holland, had settled and owned what is known as Greenwich Village. Through some sort of deal, it was thought they had been deprived of their inheritance, consequently there was much futile searching of old records in the hope that their heirs could legally claim what they believed was, by right, their property. He and grandmother lived apart, still bruised and outraged, as so many families were, at variance in their loyalties, and torn with resultant hostile emotions."

Children of Dorrance Mandeville and Catherine Carter are:

+     23             i.   Edith12 Mandeville, born 1860 in Mobile, Alabama; died Unknown.

       24            ii.   Anna Mary Mandeville, died Unknown.

       25           iii.   Henry Mandeville, died Unknown in young.

       26           iv.   Kirtie Mandeville, died Unknown in young.

 

Generation No. 12

 

      23.  Edith12 Mandeville (Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 1860 in Mobile, Alabama, and died Unknown.  She married Dr. Charles Pemberton Murray 1886 in San Gabriel, California, son of Hamilton Murray and Elizabeth Cady.  He was born 1855, and died 03 May 1890 in California.

Notes for Dr. Charles Pemberton Murray:

This In Memoriam was presented at a service for Dr. Charles Pemberton Murray held in New York, June 1, 1890.

"The news of the death  of Dr. Charles. P. Murray, at his home in Southern California, on the 3rd of May, was received by his many friends in this city with shock, for although he had been an invalid for several years, his courage and hopefulness had made those who loved him feel that he might be spared to enjoy his happy home. His life of thirty-four years seems a short one, but measured by the experience of these years, it was not so. 'We live in feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs," and though his sun went down at noonday, he had enjoyed and suffered much. It was a life full of pathetic incident, and it is a memory his friends would not willingly let die. He was the youngest son of Hamilton Murray, a name well known in this city half a century ago. In 1846, Mr. Murray (Hamilton) removed to Oswego, and his pleasant home, Greenvale, near that city, is still remembered by many who enjoyed its hospitality. Here Mr. Murray's four children were born, and a happier household could hardly be imagined. The first shadow upon it came with his (Hamilton Murray's) long illness and death in 1866, and the news of the death of Dr. Murray (Charles) will recall the later sorrows, which invested his life with an almost tragic interest. Many will remember the sad circumstances of the loss of Dr. Murray's brother and sister on the Ville de Havre, a few months after the death of his mother and younger sister, leaving him the sole survivor of his family. These sorrows came to this bright, happy boy as he was beginning his college life at Princeton, and made him the object of special interest. Surrounded by devoted friends, he passed his college days, and then found a home among relatives in this city while he pursued the study of medicine. He travelled extensively for several years and then began his professional career, which promised much usefulness, for he had an enthusiastic devotion to it. The experience he acquired at "Roosevelt", the "Nursery and Child's Hospital" and the "Hospital for Crippled Children" in 42d Street, was of great value to him. Soon after he had settled down to the practice of his profession, a severe cold developed serious difficulty with his lungs and necessitated his relinquishing its pursuit. His disappointment was extreme, but he bade his friends a cheerful farewell, and with them trusted that a few years spent in a milder climate would restore his health. He married in Southern California and made a most attractive home near Lamanda Park. He threw himself heartily into the interests of the people-planting avenues of shade trees and improving the public roads. He was active in the erection of a fine public school building for the settlement, which was comparatively a new one, and helpful in every thing connected with the church at San Gabriel. The last few years of Dr. Murray's life were most happy and useful. His bright, sunny disposition endeared him to all about him, and supported by a strong Christian faith, and tenderly nursed by his devoted wife, who with her three little children left to mourn his loss, he passed peacefully to 'the rest that remaineth for the people of God."    AJS

New York, June 1, 1890

More About Charles Murray and Edith Mandeville: Marriage: 1886, San Gabriel, California

Children of Edith Mandeville and Charles Murray are:

+     27             i.   Hamilton13 Murray, born 1888; died Unknown in Norway.

       28            ii.   Mabel Murray, born 1887; died Unknown.  She married Russell Richardson; died Unknown.

+     29           iii.   Virginia Murray, born 26 Jan 1890 in December 1976; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 13

 

      27.  Hamilton13 Murray (Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 1888, and died Unknown in Norway.  He married Ila Wilhelmina Sonntag 17 Feb 1914 in San Francisco, California, daughter of Julian Sonntag and Isabella Reis.  She was born 15 Feb 1891 in San Francisco, California, and died 1952 in San Francisco, California.

More About Hamilton Murray and Ila Sonntag: Marriage: 17 Feb 1914, San Francisco, California

Children of Hamilton Murray and Ila Sonntag are:

+     30             i.   Charles Julian14 Murray, born 13 Nov 1915 in San Francisco, California; died 01 Jan 1993 in Ross (Marin Co.) California.

       31            ii.   Fredrick Pemberton Murray, born Private.

 

      29.  Virginia13 Murray (Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 26 Jan 1890 in December 1976, and died Unknown.  She married Seymour Carlos Palmer 1922 in London, England.  He died 1943.

Notes for Virginia Murray: Virginia Murray was a medical doctor and served with the Red Cross in Europe during WW I. She was a school physician in White Plains, NY from 1930 to 1965.

More About Seymour Palmer and Virginia Murray: Marriage: 1922, London, England

Children of Virginia Murray and Seymour Palmer are:

       32             i.   Barbara Jean14 Palmer, born Private.  She married John Edward Hudson Private; born Private.

       33            ii.   Virginia Palmer, born Private.

 

Generation No. 14

 

      30.  Charles Julian14 Murray (Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 13 Nov 1915 in San Francisco, California, and died 01 Jan 1993 in Ross (Marin Co.) California.  He married Katherine Pollard Bain 17 Jun 1939, daughter of Hilliard Bain and Claire Pollard.  She was born 20 Jul 1916 in Berkeley, California, and died 10 Aug 2007 in Carmichael, California.

More About Charles Murray and Katherine Bain: Marriage: 17 Jun 1939

Children of Charles Murray and Katherine Bain are:

+     34             i.   Marilyn Reis15 Murray, born Private.

+     35            ii.   Russell Bain Murray, born 04 Apr 1942 in San Francisco, California; died 14 Mar 1993 in Greenbrae (Marin Co.) California.

+     36           iii.   Kenneth Douglas Murray, born Private.

+     37           iv.   Robert Pollard Murray, born Private.

 

Generation No. 15

 

      34.  Marilyn Reis15 Murray (Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  She married Jerry Bruce Smith Private, son of Guy Smith and Lizzie Leabo.  He was born Private.

Children of Marilyn Murray and Jerry Smith are:

       38             i.   Scott Alan16 Smith, born Private.

+     39            ii.   Todd Kendrick Smith, born Private.

 

      35.  Russell Bain15 Murray (Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born 04 Apr 1942 in San Francisco, California, and died 14 Mar 1993 in Greenbrae (Marin Co.) California.  He married Janet Siemens Private, daughter of John Siemens and Marguerite Hagg.  She was born Private.

Children of Russell Murray and Janet Siemens are:

+     40             i.   Brian Craig16 Murray, born Private.

       41            ii.   Steven James Murray, born Private.  He married Jaime Jochums Private; born Private.

 

      36.  Kenneth Douglas15 Murray (Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  He married Karen Calandri Private, daughter of Nick Calandri and Audrey //.  She was born Private.

Children of Kenneth Murray and Karen Calandri are:

+     42             i.   Kristine Lynn16 Murray, born Private.

       43            ii.   Cynthia Murray, born Private.

 

      37.  Robert Pollard15 Murray (Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  He married Diane Ratchford Private.  She was born Private.

Children of Robert Murray and Diane Ratchford are:

       44             i.   Katie16, born Private.

       45            ii.   Natalie Grace Murray, born Private.

       46           iii.   Matthew Murray, born Private.

  

Generation No. 16

 

      39.  Todd Kendrick16 Smith (Marilyn Reis15 Murray, Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  He married Laura Ann Hanger Private, daughter of Dale Hanger and Sandra Phillips.  She was born Private.

Children of Todd Smith and Laura Hanger are:

       47             i.   Tyler Robert17 Smith, born Private.

       48            ii.   Kaitlin Elizabeth Smith, born Private.

 

      40.  Brian Craig16 Murray (Russell Bain15, Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  He married Mercy Ahlgren Private.  She was born Private.

Children of Brian Murray and Mercy Ahlgren are:

       49             i.   Ian Russell17 Murray, born Private.

       50            ii.   Alec Frank Murray, born Private.

 

      42.  Kristine Lynn16 Murray (Kenneth Douglas15, Charles Julian14, Hamilton13, Edith12 Mandeville, Dorrance Kirtland11, Henry10, George9, Johannes John8, Jeremiah "Jurian" George7, Jellis Yellis6, David5, Giles Jansen (Yellis)4 de Mandeville, Jan Johannes Michaelsz3, Michael Johannis2, Johannes1) was born Private.  She married Ryan DeBisschop Private.  He was born Private.

Children of Kristine Murray and Ryan DeBisschop are:

       51             i.   Nicholas Miles17 DeBisschop, born Private.

       52            ii.   Madelyn Scarlett DeBisschop, born Private.

 

 

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