Roy Family Genealogy


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201  Ward, Marcus Harris (I11921)
202  Woodman, Shirley Frances (I3)
203  Emperor of Germany Henry V (I11734)
204      Charlemagne Emperor of the West (I12)
205  Lotz, John J. (I12755)
206  Eddy, Lewis George (I1073)
207  Burnett, Murvil Francis (I1053)
208  Eddy, Percy Lewis (I11665)
209  Eddy, George Harrington (I1082)
210  Eddy, Walter Herbert (I11672)
211  Woodman, Harry Lincoln (I684)
212  Gladwin, Stephen Copeland (I11176)
213      Roy, Joseph (I8)
214  Eddy, Ebenezer (I12711)
215  Eddy, Jonathan (I12718)
216  Eddy, Capt. Samuel (I1088)
217  Bement, John (I2168)
218  Bement, Deacon John (I2155)
219  Ware, Robert (I2198)
220  Edgerton, Captain Joseph (I4165)
221      Sherwin, Joshua (I2143)
222     Carter, Elias (I4095)
223     Ware, Michael (I2194)
224 A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Chillicothe, Father T. Edward Hopping officiating. Sahr, Louis Albert (I11265)
225 a twin. Haché, Anne (I12145)
226 a twin. Haché, Geneviève (I12146)
227 According to Mary Nagel Phillips in the World Ancestory Tree, Albert was born in 1863 in Lauenburg, Germany Sahr, Albert (I1539)
228 According to Micheal Louis Scully the origins of the Scully name is: The Irish surname Scully is the Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic name O'Scolaidhe. This name ultimately derived from an Old Irish word meaning, literally, "a student". Hence, the name is of nickname origin, deriving from a personal characteristic of the original bearer. During the Middle Ages, nicknames were very popular in Ireland; they were terms of affection and endearment, and the name 'Scolaidhe' was usually given to one who was a student or who was noted for having great academic ability.

The family name Scully was first found in county Westmeath and Leinster where they had been seated as early as the twelfth century but were driven out during the Anglo-Norman invasion of Strongbow in 1172 and their lands were confiscated and they were driven in to counties Tipperary and Cork (Province of Munster). Despite this some of the name are still numerous in Leinster

On leaving Delvin (County Westmeath) the most significant family of this name in medieval Ireland settled in Lorrha, in the southern county of Tipperary where they became erenaghs of the church of St. Ruan. Erenaghs were powerful lay lords whose families held church titles and property from generation to generation.

It was no doubt an offshoot of these which gave its name to Ballyscully, a place on the other side of the Shannon. Another branch of the Scully sept settled near Cashel in South Tipperary in the seventeenth century. This family gave their name to Scully's Cross which is a magnificent ecclesiastical memorial near the Rock of Cashel where the Scullys have the privilege of interment.

A branch of the Scully family retained its lands in County Dublin up to 1256 when the property of William O'Scully passed in to ecclesiastical possession.

Scully is used sometimes in north Connacht as a synonym of Scullion or Scullin (O'Scolláin). Scullin is now rare, but Scullion is fairly numerous in north east Ulster. The O'Scullions were erenaghs of Ballyscullion in the deanery of Rathlowry, diocese of Derry.

The name Scully occurred in many references, but from time to time the surname was spelt Scully, Scally, O'Scully, Sculley, Skully, Skulley and these changes in spelling frequently occurred, even between father and son. It was not uncommon to find a person's name spelt several different ways during his or her lifetime, firstly when he or she was baptised, another when that person was married, and yet another appearing on the death certificate.

The best know Scullys were Tipperary men. James Scully was the proprietor of Scully's Bank of Tipperary, one of the few private banks to weather the financial crises of 1820 and 1825. These crises occured when the British and Irish currencies were combined following a controversial Act of Parliament and numerous small banks were forced out of business. It is of interest to record that this very reputable institution, Scully's Bank of Tipperary, was auquired by John Sadlier of scandalous and notorious memory.

Denis Scully (1773-1830), political writer and Catholic advocate, and his son Vincent Scully (1810-1871), well-known Irish politician and author, were of the same Kilfeacle family. James Scully (b. 1865), American poet, was born in county Cork.
Scully, William (I2535)
229 According to the article in the Daily Courier, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, Charles Brindle, an "engineer of the dinky engine at the Railway Steel Spring Company plant at Latrobe, died suddenly in the engine cab Saturday. He had not been feeling well since stricken with a heart attack four weeks ago but continued working. He had operated the engine onto the scales and when the brakeman signalled (sic) him to continue he slump over. Investigation revealed he was dead" Brindle, Charles Henry (I10011)
230 Also known as Ambroise. Godin, Antoine (I2027)
231 an infant Légère, Jean (I11532)
232 an infant Légère, Basile (I11544)
233 an infant Eddy, baby girl (I11673)
234 an infant Eddy, baby girl (I11674)
235 Ancestral File gives the date of her death as 17 October 1100 Haziga Countess of Diessen (I4081)
236 at age 3 months Gauvin, Jacques-Roch (I12238)
237 at age 3 months Gauvin, Pierre-Jacques (I12237)
238 At his christening, the priest was Alfred J. Trudel and the godparents were Joseph L. Légère and Josephine Godin Légère, Guillaume (I11531)
239 Based on age at death. Camp, Hannah (I2156)
240 Bergeron (1981) gives the year of his birth as 1720. Légère, Joseph (I12212)
241 Bergeron gives her birth as about 1703. Boudrot, Marie-Josèphte (I1628)
242 Bond (1860), Woodward (1982), and Daniels (1892) give his birth as 1798 in Royalston, Massachusetts. Eddy, Benjamin (I12712)
243 Burial was from St. James Roman Catholic Church, Westend, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Scully, Regis (I817)
244 Burnett (2003) gives her birth date as 6 November 1880 Lord, Lena M. (I11636)
245 Burrell (1990) gives his birth date as 10 November 1810. Ware, Enos (I12928)
246 by Father Bonaventure Légère, Madeleine (I1979)
247 Caudill (2009) gives his death as the 14th of July, while his death certificate gives 12 July. Brindle, Richard Koontz (I12082)
248 Chiasson (1986) gives her birth as 13 August 1874 Godin, Geneviève (I1031)
249 Chiasson gives his birth as 18 February 1872. Boudreau, Pierre Joseph (I1061)
250 Date is based on the fact that she died in her 24th year. Metcalf, Abigail (I12915)
251 Date of her mother's will Sherman, Phebe (I11464)
252 Date of marriage based on a year before the first child was born. Pschirer, Mary Anna (I11952)
253 Drake (1852) gives the date of his will as 27 September 1720 Swett, Capt. Joseph (I1649)
254 Eddy (1930) gives his death year as 1763. Eddy, Samuel (I1092)
255 Estimated date based on date of will and probate. Sherman, Samuel (I2365)
256 Father: Charles Edgar Buell, born 28 Jul 1871 and died 22 Apr 1945 in Petersham, Massachusetts.
Mother: Mabel Lydia Clemens, born 16 Jun 1879 and died 1 Aug 1965. 
Buell, Harry Clemens (I11167)
257 Father: Abel Cross Cross, Mary (I12926)
258 Father: Abel Gallup Allyn (1820-1906)
Mother: Adaline Capron (1828-1888) 
Allyn, Gertrude (I11825)
259 Father: Alanson H. Daugherty
Mother: Nancy Hobbick 
Dougherty, Frederick H. (I11683)
260 Father: Alexis Landry
Landry, Anglique (I12445)
261 Father: Asa Clark
Mother: Patience Dennis 
Clark, Lucy H. (I11931)
262 Father: Augustin Gaudet
Mother: Agnès Chiasson 
Gaudet, Michel (I12000)
263 Father: Benjamin Fowler Parkman (1810-1885)
Mother: Abigail Berry (1822-1899) 
Parkman, Henry Orison (I11904)
264 Father: Charles C. Gokey
Mother: Ellen Johnson 
Gokey, William Orton (I11303)
265 Father: David Tilton
Mother: Deborah Batchelder 
Tilton, Deborah (I12659)
266 Father: Deacon Solomon Fellows (1790-____)
Mother: Loe Rice (1790-1841) 
Fellows, Phebe (I11677)
267 Father: Dennis Finn (1878-1919)
Mother: unknown Glassford  
Finn, Patrick Stephen (I11381)
268 Father: Ebenezer Fisher
Mother: Susan Burt 
Fisher, Emerancy (I11941)
269 Father: Élie Landry
Mother: Marie-Cécile Blanchard 
Landry, Luce (I11555)
270 Father: François de Montidier
Mother: Adéline Langlois 
de Montidier, Pierre (I12128)
271 Father: Giles Webster (c1763-1845)
Mother: Huldah Holden (1769-1849) 
Webster, Harriet (I11692)
272 Father: Henry Drillen (1854-____)
Mother: Mary Jane Bailey (1848-____) 
Drillen, Earnest Freeman (I11602)
273 Father: Jacques Arsenault
Mother: Marie Poirier 
Arsenault, Alexandre (I12137)
274 Father: James Mack (c1798-____) Mack, Anna Barbara (I12094)
275 Father: James Pratt Chase (1799-1864)
Mother: Mary Badger (1803-1872) 
Chase, Hannah (I11652)
276 Father: Jean-Baptiste Thériault
Mother: Geneviève Pinet 
Thériault, Geneviève-Henriette (I12557)
277 Father: Joseph Goguen
Mother: Anne Arsenault 
Goguen, Anne-Marie (I12383)
278 Father: Laurent Dubé
Mother: Geneviève Boucher 
Dubé, Marie-Françoise (I12241)
279 Father: Paul Cormier (c1776-1863)
Mother: Reine Gauvin (1781-1825) 
Cormier, Auguste (I11494)
280 Father: Peter Sauer (1846-1926)
Mother: Louisa Goerlitz (1855-1925) 
Sauer, Frederick George (I11768)
281 Father: Pierre Thibodeau
Mother: Jeanne Thériot 
Thibodeau, Marie (I12387)
282 Father: Samuel Alexander (1812-____)
Mother: Eliza ______ (c1823-____) 
Alexander, Joseph B. (I11634)
283 Find-a-Grave state hew was born in Sanford, Maine. Swett, Wilbraham Wentworth (I12681)
284 Fitzgibbon (1997) gives the date as 14 June 1864 Flanders, Private Samuel Webb (I11885)
285 Four of their children died in infancy. Family F1312
286 Frugé (1972) gives the year of her birth as 1708. Cormier, Marguerite (I12525)
287 Frugé (1972) gives their marriage as about 1700. Family F1293
288 Full proof of her paternity has yet to be found. Poirier, Anne (I1984)
289 Gallant (1958) gives her death place as Bathurst, New Brunswick. Haché, Marie-Jeanne (I1070)
290 Gaspard (1994) gives his birth place as Pisiquit, Acadia. Boudrot, Charles (I1114)
291 Geoffrey "le Bel, meaning "the Handsome" was the first to use the Plantagenet name. One story relates that his father, Fulk the Younger atoned for some evil deed by being scourged with broom twigs or planta genista before the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Another story relates that Geoffrey wore a sprig of broom or planta genista in his hat. Regardless, it is generally agreed upon that the family name of "Plantagenet" has its origins with the planta genista or broom plant Geoffrey V "Plantagenent" Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy (I2820)
292 Gozzaldi (1930) gives the year as 1669. Adams, Capt. Samuel (I11201)
293 Gozzaldi (1930) on page 152, gives the date as 21 August 1663, a mis-reading of the month number. Family F1012
294 He died an infant. Boudreau, Joseph (I11489)
295 He died at 12:30 AM Sahr, Louis Leo (I1537)
296 He died at sea on board the Violet while being transported to France.
Hébert, Charles dit Manuel (I12420)
297 He died in infancy Powers, Jesse (I12780)
298 He died in infancy. Powers, David (I12781)
299 He died unmarried Scully, Joseph D. (I814)
300 He died unmarried. Blanchard, Étienne (I12162)

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