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PEYTON - DOSSIERS

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Caution: this work is a lot of speculation using an original Peyton Family Tree given to me in the 1980s, using the Parish Records that are on my site and a lot of Internet searching.  Any help appreciated!!!!

NEW TREEs Oct, 2011

The first known (from the Phillips Tree)

09 PEYTON  m.  ROCHFORT 

Issues from Phillips Tree:  Francis,  Isaac,  Richard,  Margaret,  Anne
 

** 10 Francis PEYTON bc. 1700  See Table below this.
 
  10 Margaret PEYTON 
 
  10 Anne PEYTON
 
  10 Isaac PEYTON  was a colonel in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars
 
** 10 This line is unproven but makes sense

Richard PEYTON [c.1787-    ]  m.1813  Catherine CONNOLLY  was a shoemaker in Dublin 
 

b   11 Rebecka;  bap. 5 Jun, 1814, Ballymoney
 
b   11 Joseph;  bap. 3 Mar, 1817, Ballymoney
 
b   11 Margaret;  bap. 12 Dec, 1819, Ballymoney
 
b   11 Elizabeth;  bap. 31 Jul, 1822, Ballymoney
 

The next family that is mention from the Phillips Tree is that of Francis s/o of Peyton/Rochfort & from Parish records, cousins, and from Internet searches  The Phillips tree has 11 children named and two unamed

The children of Francis and Arabella are listed in the order given by the Phillips tree (for now)  (t)=tree;  (b)=Ballymoney;  (k)=Kinneigh;  (i)I=Internet  (f)= Family History Center or Latter Day Saint's records (familysearch.org)
 

09 10 Francis PEYTON [c.1770-     ] m2c.1790 Arabella WILLIS [c.1772-1862] aka Belinda Willis Arabella Willis m1c. 1786 ?? JOYCE
   Francis;  from the "Phillips Tree" and from the Kinneigh and Ballymoney Parish records
  Arabella; was a widow of a Mr. Joyce (Arabella married at ae. 14 and had one child, Elizabeth who may have married a Morgan and this Elizabeth Joyce Morgan may have died 13 Feb, 1867 in Ballineen (a John Peyton was the informant)); Ballymoney Parish Records show an Arabella Peyton of Ballineen interred 4 Mar, 1862, ae 90yrs

Sources:
- Ballymoney Parish Records show a Francis Peyton bur. 30 May, 1819 - last child of Francis may have been a Richard, b. 1818
Issues from Tree:  John, William (Kingston), Richard (Farr),  Tom, Rebecca (Moxley), Jane (Good), Isabella, 2 others
 

1   11 This Joseph is assumed to be the 'other' of Francis and Arablella and, if so, then the line of Joseph & Jane is as follows:

Joseph PEYTON [c. 1791 - 1875]  m.1820  Jane BIBBY [c.1790-1880] 
 
Joseph; s/o Francis Peyton & Arabella Willis; mc. 1820,  d. 15 Apr, 1875, ae  84yrs=1791
 

      12 Anne PEYTON [1822-1917]  m.  Simon WRIXON [1821-    ]
 
      12 John / Joseph PEYTON [1825-    ]
  bap. 3 Apr, 1825 BP rec
        13 John PEYTON [1842-    ]
a BP rec - 3 Apr, 1842 - John supposed son of  John Peyton, Ballineen pub. bap. (Jas. Cue, Jas. Jenkins & Mrs Joseph Peyton -sponsors)  A son of John [1825-    ] ??   Note the same 3 Apr.
 
      12 Francis [1826-1891]  m.1852  Dorah WORRAL  
  A Francis Peyton born about that time joined the Irish Constabulary in 1846 and left in April 1852 to immigrate and from records a male Peyton arrived in New York on 3 May 1852 and a Francis Peyton applied for naturalization in 1860. Our Francis Peyton married Dorah Worrall and was living back in Dunmanway by 1863 when the first of his three younger children were born Do not know where Francis Thomas or his sister Dora Eliza were born but all lived in Dunmanway. Other issues: Eliza, Henry Walter, Joseph Worrall and Thomas All my definite evidence is from St Mary's, Dunmanway Parish records. Believed to interred in St. Mary's (CoI), Dunmanway.

Sources: 
- Most from J. Peyton - e-Jul-09 ref: JPeyton-09
 

        13 Francis Thomas PEYTON [1855/56-1924]  mc.1883  Lucinda Letitia WAGNER [1858/9-1943]
  Francis;
  born poss. in Brooklyn, NYS;  married Dunmanway; owned a draper's shop, Main St, Dunmanway until the early 1920s;  bur. co. Cork

Sources:
- 1901 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway: Francis Thomas, 45, Head, Draper; C'E;  Lucinda, 42, wife, 
- 1911 Census -       -do-                    -do-          :  Francis Thomas, 55;  -do-     -do-         ;  Lucinda, 52, wife
 

          14 John Francis PEYTON [1881-1881] 
  s/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner; 
 
          14 Francis Thomas PEYTON [1882-1882] 
  s
/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  
 
          14 William Henry PEYTON [1885-1959]  m.1912  Kathleen ANDERSON [1885-1960]
  William;
born 1885, co. Cork;  married Dunmanway;  Railway Clertk, 1911; bur. co. Cork
  Kathleen's twin sister married David Gray who was among the ten who were murdered 26-28 Apr, 1922

Sources
-
1901 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway:  William Henry, 15, son, Scholar
- 1911 Census -       -do-                    -do-           :  William, 25, son, Railway Clerk

>>(in-law) J. Peyton
 

          14 Letitia Dorah PEYTON [c.1887-1953]  m.1911  Arthur Livingston BEAMISH [1874-1916]
 
Letitia; d/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner; m. Oct-Dec1911, Dunmanway; d. Apr, 1953
  Arthur;  s/o Henry George Livingston & Jane Howe Beamish; bap. 11 Nov, 1874, Ardfield;  d. 3 Nov, 1916; bur. Ballymoney

Issues:  Henry George, 1912;  Francis Arthur, 17 Dec, 1913, Clonakilty - 1976, Portsmouth ;  Lucinda Letitia Jane, 1915;  Irene, 1919

Sources:
- 1901 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway: Letitia Dora, 14, dau, Scholar
- 1911 - House 3, Lissenlane (Killnagross, Cork):  Letitai D, 23, Visitor, Organist

-
Marriage: http://beamishbook3.tripod.com/newbeamishbook/searchfl.htm  This show Letitia Dora Peyton
- Marriage & Children - Peerage: http://www.thepeerage.com/p27049.htm#i270485
 

            15 Henry George BEAMISH [1913-    ]  m.1937  Mai SANTRY
 
Henry; s/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 9 Jan, 1913, Clonakilty;  educated at Shandon School, co. Cork;  mechanical engineer, Gold Coast  & Kenya;
  Mai; of Clonakilty, co. Cork, Ireland

 
            15 Francis Arthur BEAMISH [1913-1976]  m.1949  Elsie May MARTIN
 
Francis; s/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton;  b. 17 Dec, 1913, Clonakilty;  marr. 14 May, 1949;  educated at Shandon School, co. Cork;  mechanical engineer, Gold Coast  & Middle East; d. 1976, Portsmouth
  Elsie;  d/o Albert Henery Netherwood Martin

 
            15 Lucinda Letitia Jane BEAMISH [1915-    ]  m.1937  Kenneth / Romford HALLING
 
Lucinda; d/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 12 Apr, 1915;  married 1937
 
            15 Irene Livingston BEAMISH [1919-    ]  m.1947  Maurice ABBOT
 
Henry; d/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 28 Jun, 1919; marr. 1947;   
 
          14 Francis Augusta PEYTON [1891-1908]  drowned
  s
/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  d. Jul-Sep, 1908, Dunmanway;   

Sources
1901 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway: Francis Augusta, 10, male, son, scholar
 

          14 Robert Wagner PEYTON [1897-1960]
  Robert;
 s/o Francis Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  b, 1897;

Sources:
-
1901 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway: Robert Wagner,  7, scholar
- 1911 Census -       -do-                    -do-          :  Robert Wagner, 17, son, scholar
 

        13 William PEYTON [c.1858-    ] 
 
b.  Brooklyn, NY

Sources:
- J. Peyton (e-Jun-2010) via 1860 Census USA
 

        13 Dora Eliza PEYTON [1860-1890] 
 
d. Dunmanway, Apr-Jun, 1890, ae 29yrs (ICR)
 
        13 Henry Walter PEYTON [1863-1914]  m.  Ellen Clarinda ALLT
 
        13 Joseph Worrall / Warrell / Warrall PEYTON [1866 -    ]  m. 1892  Eliza HORNIBROOK [1874-    ]
  Joseph; 
s/o Francis Peyton & Dora Worrell; b. 22 Sep, 1866, Dunmanway, Co. cork;  m. 14 Jan, 1892 Cork, co. Cork;
  Eliza;  ?? d/o John Hornibrook & Elizabeth Hudson of Kilsheelan, Clonmel, Tipperary  

Sources:
-
Joseph Birth - FHC

Findings on the web:
-
Joseph, ??  Van Driver
- Issues:  Francis, bc.1893 cork;  Joseph, bc. 1905, cork;  Henry, bc. 1908, cork, m.14 Jan, 1892 Cork City

ICR has a Henry Walter Peyton, b, Apr-Jun, 1908, Cork - son??
 

        13 Thomas Christmas PEYTON [1869-    ]  mc.1901  Bridget ???? [c.1873-    ]   sis is Ellen Twohig but is/was Ellen married
  Thomas;  
s/o Francis Peyton & Dora Worrell; b. 25 Dec, 1869, Dunmanway,   

Sources:
J. Peyton
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.
: Thomas Christmas, 40, HOH, C'E,  Ha;; Porter, m. 10yrs, 6 issues, 3 livingBridget, 38, Wife, RC, b. Cork; living with them is Ellen Twohig, 55, sis in law, widow, RC, b. co. Cork
 

          14 Mary Ellen PEYTON [c.1903-    ]
  Mary;
 d/o Thomas Peyton & Bridget ????

Sources:
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.: Mary Ellen, 7, dau., RC
 

          14 Francis Thomas PEYTON [c.1906-    ]
  Francis;
 s/o Thomas Peyton & ?? ????

Sources:
J. Peyton (e-Jun, 2010)
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.; Francis Thomas, 5, son, RC
 

          14 Elizabeth May PEYTON [c.1909-    ]
  Francis;
 s/o Thomas Peyton & ?? ????

Sources:
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St:  Elizabeth May, ?, dau.
 

      12 Joseph PEYTON [1829-    ]
 
      12 Jane PEYTON [1832-    ]
 
      12 Eliza PEYTON [1834-1898]  mc.1874  William MURPHY [1826-1910]
         13 Eliza Jane MURPHY [1875- ] m. Francis James TANNER
 
      12  William H. PEYTON [c.1834-1893]  mc.1860  Catherine [1841->1900]   NOT positive about this family but with his mother's name, Beebe, and the dates it looks good
  William; 
s/o Joseph Peyton & Jane Bibby;  bc.1834, Cork, Ireland;  a druggist;  d. 3 Oct, 1893, Boston.

Findings:  Massachusetts Archives:  William H. d, 1900, Boston; Vol. 507. Pg. 342 - this William could have just died prior to the 1900 census.   (of the three listed this is the most likely) Other is William J. Peyton d. 1887, Boston; Vol. 384, Pg. 303  I am guessing William H. because of the child William H.

Sources:
- FHC - William died 3 Oct, 1893 @ 59/4/21/; Boston, Married, Druggist; Father-Joseph; M-Jane Beebee
- 1871 - New York City:  William, 36, clerk;  Catherine, 29;  William; 2;  Joseph, 8; Ada, 10 (not absolutely sure this is the family below.)
-1880 - Boston, Mass: William, 46, druggist; b. Ireland;  Catherine, 39, Ire;  Willie, 12, NY;  Kittie, 8, NY;  Frank R, 6 Mass; Albert E., 2 Mass (Albert may have married a Julia and was in the US Army);  Minnie, 5/12
- 1900 Boston: Caroline, Widow, HOH, 1841, b. Ireland
- 1920 Boston, 9th Precinct:  Catherine M.; 79;  William H., 72;  Elizabeth A. Reid, 35;  Virginia Reid, 12 
- William's Death: FHC - William Peyton, 3 Oct, 1893, City Hospital; Father-Joseph; M-Jane Beebe
 

         13 William H. PEYTON [1867-     ]
  William;
 s/o William Peyton & Catherine b. Nov, 1867, New York; a clerk, 1900;  Boston;

Sources:
- 1880 Boston: Willie, 12, b. NYS
- 1900 Boston: William H., 1867, New York;
- 1920 Boston, 9th Precinct:  William H,; 52;
 

         13 Frank Beebe  PEYTON [1874-     ]  m.  Elizabeth L. ????  (b. Mass, c. 1884)
  Frank;
 s/o William Peyton & Catherine b. 3 Jun, 1874, Boston;  a journeyman shoemaker, 1900, Boston

Findings:  1910 & 1920: 1910: Francis B, 45; c. Ire  Elizabeth L, 36, b. Mass
WWI Draft  Francis Beebe Peyton, b. 3 Jun, 1874;  wife Elizabeth living Weymouth, Norfolk, Mass.

Sources:
- FHC: birth
- 1880 Boston: Frank R,, 6, b. Mass.
- 1900 Boston: Frank B, b.1874, Mass;  a shoemaker
 - 1910 & 1920 - Weymouth, Norfolk, Mass:  Francis B & Elizabeth L.
-  WWI Draft Card.  Francis Beebe, b. 3 Jun, 1874; wife Elizabeth
 

         13 Albert Edward PEYTON [1877-     ]
  Albert;
 s/o William Peyton & Catherine b. 8 Dec, 1877, Boston;  may have married a Julia A. and was in the US Armed Forces.

Sources:
-1880 Boston: Albert E, 2
 

         13 Elizabeth A. PEYTON [c.1885-     ]  m.  ?? REID
  Elizabeth;
 d/o William Peyton & Catherine bc.1885, Boston;  may have married ?? Reid as in 1920 she si shown with her brother, William H & and mother, Catherine M with her probable child, Virginian, ae 12yrs.

Sources:
- 1900 Boston: Elizabeth A; b.1883, Mass; a cash girl
- 1920 Boston, 9th Precinct:  with William H.;  Surname Reid w/dau. Virginia

 

2   11 Thomas PEYTON  d/y
3   11 Isabella PEYTON
 
4   11 Kate PEYTON
 
5   11 John PEYTON [1797/8-    ] 
 
John;  born / Chr.  26 Apr, 1797/98; died 4 Mar, 1874, ae 76yrs, Ballymoney;  reported to have been unmarried;  a Process Server and living with his brother Isaac; possibly  a Publican in Ballineen

??  Francis of Kinneigh had a son, John, bap in Kinneigh 26 Apr, 1797/98  This John could be John s/o Francis and Arabella
??  did he have "supposed" son, John, bap 3 apr, 1842 (b)

Sources:
-
John - birth or chr. 26 Apr either 1797 or 1798 ( hard to read on Kinneigh Parish Register)
 
           - death 4 Mar, 1874, ae 76 yrs; a Process Server; Isaac Peyton  same address and informant (J. Peyton e-Jul, 2011)
 

      12  issues below not filtted
 
      12  Joseph PEYTON [1829-    ]
  bap. 19 Jun, 1829 BP rec

John PEYTON [1842-    ]
a BP rec - 3 Apr, 1842 - John supposed son of  John Peyton, Ballineen pub. bap. (Jas. Cue, Jas. Jenkins & Mrs Joseph Peyton -sponsors)  A son of John [1825-    ] ??   Note the same 3 Apr.

 

6   11 William PEYTON [c.1800-    ]  m.  ?? KINGSTON

Phillips Tree says he lived in New York
BP has William of Bandon with Rebecca Jane & Joseph George,

Found:
The following was found and William's DOB is about right and the items that suggest that this may be our William-Kingston is that of Wm. Moxley being a member of the household.  Not HOH was mentioned.
- 1880, Stevens Creek, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA:  William, 80, Boarder, b. Ire;  Elizabeth Bowen, 33=1846;  William Moxly, 33

 

t     12 William
 
t     12 Rebecca Jane
 
t     12 Anne
 
t     12 Minnie
 
7   11 Isaac PEYTON [c.1803-    ]  mc.1841  Margaret WISEMAN
  Isaac;  s/o Francis

Note: poss. a farmer in 1875, Ballineen

Findings:
(I) 
Frances 1851 tenant of Earl of Bandon, Dunmanway, East Carberry
(fhc) married 1841
 

  b   12 Rebecca PEYTON [1842-1843]
  bap. 3 Jan, 1842;  interred 6 Feb, 1843 - both from BP rec
 
t b   12 Eliza PEYTON [1844-    ]
 
bap. 13 Feb, 1844  - BP rec
 
t b   12 Margaret PEYTON [1846-    ]
  bap. 9 Aug, 1846 - BP rec

Sources:
- 1901 - House 70, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): Margaret, 47 HOH, C'E, Grocer, unm
              Also living with Margaret is Coates, Elizabeth Cooter (Coates), 12, niece, Scholar;  John M.;  Nephew, 10, C'E. Scholar
- 1911 -House 45, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): Margaret, 61, HOH, C'E; 61; Retired Grocer, Single

 

t b   12 Robert PEYTON [1848-     ]
  bap. 29 Oct,  1848 - BP rec

Sources:
- 1901 - House 70, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork):  Robert, 46, bro to Margaret, Retired Grocer
- 1911 -House 45, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): Robert, 60, Brother (to Margaret above); C'E;  60; Farmer
 

t b   12  Sarah Anne PEYTON 1851-    ]  m.1881  John COATES 
  bap. 9 Mar, 1851  -  BP rec;  m. Apr-Jun, 1881, Dunmanway
 
        13 John M. COATES [c.1881-    ]

Sources:
- 1901 - House 45, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): with his Aunt Margaret:  John M, 10, C'E, schlar
,
-
1911 -House 45,               -do-                     -do-                                 -do-                      John M., 20, -do-, Asst. Grocer
 

  b   12 William PEYTON [1853-1853]
  bap. 13 Mar, 1853  -  interred 28 Mar, 1853 - both BP rec
 
t b   12  Isaac PEYTON [1854-    ]
  Isaac;
s/o Isaac Peyton & Margaret Wiseman; b. 11 Oct, 1854;  bap. 22 Oct, 1854 ;  1911, single, Farm Labourer - 

Sources:
Ballymoney Parish records; 
- 1901 - House 10, Derriga (Teadies, Cork): Isaac, 45, HOH, Methodist, Householder, unm
- 1911 - House 21, Ballineen Town, (Ballymoney, Cork):  Isac, 55, HOH, Methodist, Farm Labourer, single
 

t   ?? 12 Joseph PEYTON [1842-     ]
 
t   ?? 12 Anne PEYTON [1858-     ]  

Sources:
- 1901 - House 70, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork)  Annie, 36, sis to Margaret above, Grocer
- 1911 -House 45, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork):  Annie, 52, sis (to Maraget above), Grocer

 

8   11 Richard PEYTON [1806-1846*]  m. 1841 Harriet CONNELL - I think Harriet belongs to the Richard, 1818  Phillips has Richard m. Harriet, no issues shown as is listed as the  4th child.
  Richard; believed to be Richard of Bandon who was buried, Ballymoney, 4 Jun, 1846, ae 38yrs

*(b)  Richard of Bandon bur. 1846, ae 38yrs who is shown to be in Bandon, 1840 (i); (fhc) has d. 8 Jun, 1846, ae 39yrs
(fhc) has Richard marrying Harriet Connell in 1841

Why are there 2 Richards of Francis
 

9   11 Anne PEYTON [1808-1880]  mc.1834  William Hayes PHILLIPS [1805-1885]
  Anne; d/o Francis and Arabella; bap. 14 Dec, 1808; married William Hayes Phillips

Sources:
- Ann - Bap. Ballymoney Parrish Rec. Dates: gravestone in old Ballymoney Churchyrard
 

10   11 Rebecca PEYTON [1811-    ] (b)  m.1837  William MOXLEY 
  Rebecca;  d/o Francis and Arabella; 
  Willliam
;  a farmer

Moxley is mentioned in the 1852 letter and appear to be in co. Cork.

Sources:
- marriage: FHC: 1837, Cork/Ross

 

t     12 Joseph  
t     12 Eliza  
t     12 Isabella Anna MOXLEY  m.1876  Ralph PEYTON  [c.1836-1888] (see Bandon Peytons in next table)
 
Isabella;   d/o William Moxley and Rebecca Peyton;  m. 18 May, 1876, Bandon; a spinster and living at 45 St. Lukes, Bandon at time of marriage; 1901, living with her brogther, William, a widow

Sources:
- 1901 - #27 in Kilpatrick (Brinny, co Cork):  Isabella Peyton, 52, sister; Widow
 

 
t     12 William MOXLEY [c.1851-     ]
 
William;  /o William Moxley and Rebecca Peyton;

Sources:
- 1901 - #27 in Kilpatrick (Brinny, co Cork):  William, 50, HOH, C'E,  farmer, unmIsabella Peyton, 52, sister; Widow
 

 
t     12 Richard (Dick)  
t     12 Mary Jane MOXLEY [c.1857-    ]  m.1873  Benjamin WRIGHT [c.1844-     ]
  Mary Jane;
 d/o William Moxley and Rebecca Peyton;  m.1873, Bandon

Sources:
- 1901- #83 Balluhooly Rd,  N.E.  Ward, Cork:  Benjamin, 57 HOH, C'E, Shop Keeper;  Mary Jane, 44, wife, Shop Keeper;  Laura E, 23, dau, unm;  Georgan N, 20, dau, unm;  Benjamin G, 18, son, unm;  Willliam M, 14. son, at school
- 1911 #29, Gratton Hill, Cork No 3 Urban Cork:  Benjamin, 67,  HOH, retired Publican;  Mary Jane, 57, wife, b. Kilpabreek, co. Cork;  Georgina Violetta, 27, dau;  William Morely, 24, son, Mechanical Engineer (Automobile Travel);  Isabella Peyton, 66, visitor, b. Kilpabeek, co. Cork widow;  Albert Fleury, 8, grandson;  Richard John Casey, 9, grandson
 

 
        13 Laura E. WRIGHT [c.1878-    ]
        13 Georgina Violetta WRIGHT [c.1881/84-    ]
        13 Benjamin G. WRIGHT [c.1883-     ]
        13 William Morely WRIGHT [1887-    ]
t     12 Frances  
t     12 Minnie  
11   11 Francis PEYTON [c.1817-<1901]  m.1853  Rebecca FARR [c.1826->1911]
  Francis;
  s/o Francis;  of Ballineen;  m. 13 Feb, 1853, Ballymoney
  Rebecca; d/o William Farr

Sources
- Francis birth (FHC) - c.1817  could this be Francis s/o Francis/Arabella bap. 30 aug, 1813 (b)  no other Francis fits.
- Rebecca birth 20 Aug, 1826 (b), 1829 (FHC), 1831 (1911);  d/o William (FHC)
- Marriage (FHC); Civil Reg. Film 101346 - Francis s/o Francis

- 1901 - House 23, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork) Rebecca, 80, HOHC'E, Widow
- 1911 - House 23,              -do-                  -do-                   ; Rebecca, 80, HOH, Widow
 

  b   12 Mary PEYTON [1853-    ]
  Mary;
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; bap..24 Oct, 1853, Ballymoney
 
  b   12 Mary Jane PEYTON [1854-    ]  m.1887 Edward HARMAN [c.1857- 1920]
 
Mary Jane; 
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; bap. 19 Nov, 1854, Ballymoney
  Edward;  bc. 1857, Cavan;  d. 1922,Dunmanway+

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry, Ballynacourty: Mary Jane, 38, Cork , Head; Frank Peyton, 12; Robert Sydney, 10, Cork; Olive R. Frances, 8, Kerry
1911 co. Kerry, Listowel; 54, b. Kerry, RIC; Mary Jane, 49, Cork; Sydney R., 20, Cork, Appr. to Chemistry; Olive R. F., 18, Kerry, school.
 

        13 Francis Peyton HARMAN [c.1888- ]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry: Frank Peyton, 12, Kerry
1911 Census, Donegal: Francis Peyton, 23, Kerry, boarder, teacher

 

        13 Sydney Robert HARMAN [c.1890-1917]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry: Robert Sydney, 10, Cork

1911 Census, Kerry: Sydney R., 20, Cork, Appr. to Chemistry
CWG: Robert Sydney Harman, Pte, Royal Munster Fusilliers, 2Bn, d. 10 Nov, 1917, #5942, Tyne Cot Memorial

 

        13 Olive R. Frances HARMAN [c.1893- ]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry: Olive R. Frances, 8, Cork,
1911 Census , Kerry, 11 Kerry

 

  b   12 Francis PEYTON [1857-1860]
  Francis; s/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; bap. 24 Nov, 1857;  d. 25 May, 1860 ae 2.5 yrs. Ballymoney

 
      12 Rebecca PEYTON [1860- >1911]  m.1883  Richard Thomas HOLTSBAUM [    - <1901]
  Rebecca;  d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; bap. 15 Mar, 1860;  m. 3 July, 1883, Ballymartle Church, Kinsale, co. Cork; a teacher; 1901, a widow
  Richard;  s/o William (shopkeeper); clerk; policeman (1911)

Sources
J. Peyton - E-Oct, 20111
 - marriage: 3 Jul, 1883 (JP) (FHC)
- 1891: Ashton under Lyme, Lancs, England; Richard, Policeman
- 1901 -  3 Gurraneamuddagh (Movidy, Cork): Rebecca, 39, HOH, Teacher
- 1911 -
54 in Kells Town (Kells, Kilkenny):  Rebecca, 51, HOH, Teacher, Widow

 

Notes:
-
One of the least fortunate was young McKinley ( Alexander William Gerald McKinley ) aged 16 (=bc.1906). He was g-grandson of Rebecca Peyton. The 1911 census has him staying at 21 Main St. Ballineen with her and two spinster daughters Eliza and Frances Arabella. He was 5 at the time. Do you know anything about the killing and how he was descended from Rebecca. I am guessing it might have been via Rebecca Jr b 1860 who married in Kinsale in 1883. Incidentally the 1911 census has Isaac Peyton living next door at 23. He died Q1 1922 a single farm labourer. He had three unmarried siblings living at #45
 

        13 Mary / May HOLTSBAUM [c.1888-    ] m.1905  Alexander McKINLEY
 
Mary 13 in 1901
  Alexander;  s/o John McKinley; 

Sources
- 1901 - Mary:   #3 Gurraneamuddagh (Movidy, Cork):  May, 13, dau, Scholar
- 1911 - Mary: 10.2 Kildare ST (Trinity Ward, Dublin):  Mary, 23, b. Cork, Student
 

          14 Alexander William Gerald McKINLEY [c.1906-1922]     1922 murders
 
Alexander;
s/o Mary Holtsbaum & Alexander McKinley; bc.1905; died as a result of murder, 28 Apr, 1922

Sources:
- 1911 - House 23, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork):  Gerald Erie McKinley, 5 great grandson (to Rebecca Farr), b. Dublin, Scholar
 

        13 Francis Peyton HOLTSBAUM [c.1893-1927]  m,1927  Gertrude HAUGHTON
  married in London, England and had 2 daughters;  bur. Enniskerry, Ireland

Sources:
- 1901 - House 30, Cullinagh (Courtmascherry, Cork): Frank Luyn R, 7, nephew to F. William Peyton, unm,  b. Lancashire, Scholar
- 1911 -
54 in Kells Town (Kells, Kilkenny): Frank, 18, son, Scholar
- marriage:  J. Peyton e-Nov, 2011
- death - date and burial; D. Wood e-Nov, 2011

 

      12 Eliza PEYTON [1862-    ]
  Eliza; d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr;  bap. 15 Mar, 1862, Ballymoney;  living with mother in 1911; d. unm

Sources:
- 1901 - House 23, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): Elizabeth, 23. dau,
- 1911 - House 23,              -do-                  -do-                   ; Elizabeth, 33, dau, single
 

      12 Frances Arabella  PEYTON [1864-    ]
  Frances; 
Frances; d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; bap. 3 Dec, 1864, Ballymoney; living with mother in 1911; d. unm

Sources:
- 1901 - House 23, Ballyneen Town (Ballymoney, Cork): Frances Arabella, 24. dau,
- 1911 - House 23,              -do-                  -do-                   ; Frances Arabella, 34, dau, Dressmaker
 

      12 William Richard PEYTON [1868-    ]
  William; 
Frances; s/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 1 Jul, 1868, Ballymoney
 
      12 Francis William PEYTON [1871-    ]
 
Frances; d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 3 Jul, 1871, Ballymoney

Sources:
- Francis - Birth -bap. 3 Jul, 1871
- 1901 - House 30, Cullinagh (Courtmascherry, Cork)F. William, 28, HOH C'E, unm; 
 

      12 Georgina S. PEYTON [c.1874-     ]

Sources:
- 1901 - House 30, Cullinagh (Courtmascherry, Cork) Georgina S, 27, sis to F. William, C'E, unm

 

      12 Francis PEYTON [c.1876-    ]
 
Frances; d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 3 Jul, 1871, Ballymoney

Sources:
- 1901 - House 30, Cullinagh (Courtmascherry, Cork) Francsi, 25, C'E, Railway Station Master, unm 
 

      12 Elizabeth PEYTON [1878-     ]
unsure about this person - could be Eliza with mother in 1911
 
12   11 Jane PEYTON  m.1850  William GOOD [1811-    ]
  Jane;  
d/o Francis and Arabella;  m. 10 Oct,1850;
  William;
s/o Robert Good, Ballymoney; bap. 3 Mar, 1811, Ballymoney

Sources:
- marriage: 10 Oct, 1850; Ballymoney; courtesy of N. Richardson (e-Oct, 2011)
- letter of 1852; Jane and son are mentioned - appear to be in the Ballymoney area.
 

t     12 Robert GOOD [1852-    ]
 
t     12 Rebecca GOOD [1854-    ]
t     12 William GOOD [1856-    ]  m.1881  Eliza PATTERSON
  William; 
of Shanavagh, Ballymoney;  a farmer
 
Eliza;  d/o Joseph Patterson, Buddreameen; Ballymoney

Sources:
- marriage: 23 Jun, 1881; Ballymoney; courtesy of N. Richardson (e-Oct, 2011)
 

t     12 Elizabeth Anne GOOD [1859-    ] 
 
13   11 other ?? 
 
  b   Richard bap 1818       other   ??  Richard  this could be a first Richard who may have d/y and the other Richard m. Connell  I odn't hink this Richard belongs to this family of Francis / Arabella
       
                 
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16  

Presently Working on

BANDON PEYTONS

  10 Ralph PEYTON [c.1770 -<1834]  m.1795   ?? ???? [    -<1846]

is this Ralph a brother to Francis Peyton/Arabella of the tree above??
 

    11 William PEYTON [1797-1867]  mc.1828  Mary ???? [1799-1881]  ?  WEIR  ?
  William of Bandon; 
a smith (Blacksmith and/or Locksmith)
  Mary;  d, 21 Mar, 1867, Bandon

- 1834 - Ballymodan (Bandon), 135 Marin St:  William;  Mary, wife;  William at Kilrush, 5;  Thomas, 3;  Rebecca, 2;  Mary, 1;  Anne, 2mos
- 1846 - Bandon, Castle Rd" William, Blacksmith;  Mary, wife;  William, son;  Thomas, son;  Mary, dau;  Anne, dau;  Ralph, son;  Rebecca, dau;  Richard, son;  Ralph, brother to William

Notes: 
- William Death Cert.  William Peyton, d. 21 Fe, 1867 ae.70yrs; Smith; , Bandon, North Main St; Married; witness at death is a Johanna W. Gallasen (surname difficult to read - suspect Glasson)
-  assume he married c. 1830 +-2yrs
 

      12 William PEYTON [c.1829-    ]  1834 of Kilrush
 
      12 Thomas PEYTON [c.1830-- >1911]  m.1866  Mary Jane GLASSON 
  Thomas;  s/o William of Bandon;  bc. 1830;  a Blacksmith and later a Gunsmith;  m. 22 Jul, 1866, Kilbrogan, Cork.
  Mary Jane;  d/o Thomas Glasson

Sources:
-
1834 Ballymodan (Bandon), 135 Marin St:  Shown as William at Kilrush, 5yrs  
- 1846 Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; 
 

        13 William Weir PEYTON [1867-    ]  m.  Sarah / Susannah BUTTIMER or Mary DUKE 
  William; 
s/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glassson;  b. 3 Jul, 1867, Bandon; 

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; son

 

        13. Thomas PEYTON [1868-1890]
  Thomas; 
s/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson;  b.12 Dec, 1868;  d.1890

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; son

 

        13 Ralph PEYTON [1870-1882]
  Ralph;  s/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson; b. 6 Apr, 1870;  d. 1882

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; son

 

        13 Mary PEYTON [1871-     ]
  Mary; 
d/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson;  b. 20 Aug, 1871

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd;
dau.
 

        13 Richard PEYTON [1873-     ]
  Richard;
  s/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson;  b. 1 Mar, 1873;

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; son

 

        13 Rebecca PEYTON [1876-    ]  m.1904  John HUNT
  Rebecca;
  d/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson;  b.1876 a dressmaker;  m. Oct-Dec, 1904

Notes: 1911 #2.13 in Lisbrack (Longford Rural, Longford  :  John;  Rebecca, 34, wife, born co,\. Cork;  Fredrick, 5, son, born co. Cork;  Thomas, 2, son, born co. Kildare;  Mary, 1, dau, born co. Longford

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd; son

-
1911 #2.13 in Lisbrack (Longford Rural, Longford  :  John;  Rebecca, 34, wife, born co,\. Cork;  Fredrick, 5, son, born co. Cork;  Thomas, 2, son, born co. Kildare;  Mary, 1, dau, born co. Longford
 

          14 Frederick HUNT [c.1906-     ]   born co. Cork
          14 Thomas HUNT [c.1909-     ]  born co. Kildare
          14 Frederick HUNT [c.1910-     ]   born co. Longford
          14 ?? HUNT [c.1910-     ] 
        13 Anne PEYTON [1878-     ]  m.1915  Isaac Walton COOK
  Anne;
  d/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson; b. 11 Apr, 1878;  a dressmaker;  m. Apr-Jun, 1915, Bandon;

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd;  daughter
 

        13 Elizabeth (Lizzie) PEYTON [c. 1882-    ]  m.1939  John Henry BOYLE [c.1887-     ]
  Lizzie; 
d/o Thomas Peyton & Mary Jane Glasson; a dressmaker;  m. Oct-Dec, 1939, Bandon
  John Henry;  s/o Thomas Boyle and Kate Fuller;  bc.

Notes:  suspect 1901; John Henry Boyle, s/o Thomas B & Kate Fuller of Kilbrogan

Sources:
- Ballymodan (Bandon):  Castel Rd;  not shown
-
1901 - john Henry - Kilbeg North, (Kilbrogan):  john Henry, 14, s/o Thomas Boyle & Kate Fuller
 

      12 Rebecca PEYTON [c.1831832]
 
      12 Mary PEYTON [c.1833-    ]  m.1872  Richard SHELTIS
 
      12 Anne PEYTON [c.1834-    ]
 
    12 Ralph PEYTON [c.1836-1888]  m.1872  Isabella Anna MOXLEY (Moxly)   (see Moxley in above table)
  Ralph;  s/o William Peyton & Mary ????;
 m. 18 May, 1876, Bandon;  a contractor and lived on Castle Rd, Bandin at time of marriage; 

Sources:
Marriage: via J Peyton, Nov, 2011
- 1901 - #27 in Kilpatrick (Brinny, co Cork): Isabella Peyton, 52, sister; Widow, living with her brother, William, 
 

      12 ?? Robert PEYTON [c.1850-    ]
 
    11 Ralph PEYTON [1811-1871  worked with brother, William
 
    11 Thomas [1817-    ]
 
    11 Eliza PEYTON [1821-     ]
 
                 
                 
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16  
                 

       

 

 

 

 

Other families found in Ballymoney records

  William calc. b.1810
    Rebecca Jane  bap. 2 Dec, 1835
    ??  Joseph George  c.1847-15 Feb, 1849

 

OLDER TREE

09 PEYTON  mc.1770  ROCHFORT  (Rochfort is a combined name of Roch and fort both being french)

Note:   My original Peyton Tree has:  In the late 18th century a Mr. Peyton, probably of Co. Cork, Ireland married Miss Rochfort, called "an aristocrat". 
             Children were:
             1.  Isaac - was a colonel in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars.
             2.  Richard - a shoemaker in Dublin, Margaret, Ann.
             3.  Margaret
             4.  Anne
             5.  Francis married Arabella (or Belinda) Willis, widow who had married at 14 a Mr. Joyce and was let with one child, Eliz. (Morgan).
                  Their children
(Francis and Arabella) were: 
                   1.  John, unmarried
                  2.  Wm. m. ? Kingston, lived in New York  --  Wm.; Ann; Rebecca; Minnie
                  3.  Isaac m. Marg Wiseman -- Eliza; Marg; Robt; Sarah; Annie; Isaac; Joseph
                 4.  Richard m. Harriet Connell
                 5.  Frank m. Rebecca Farr -- Frank; Minnie; Rebecca; Lizzie; Frances; Arabella; Wm.
                 6.  Tom d. young
                 7.  Ann m. Wm. Hayes Phillips  > Phillips Tree
                 8.  Rebecca m. Wm. Moxley -- Joe; Eliza; Isabella; Will; Dick; Mary Jane; Frances; Minnie
                 9.  Jane  m.  Wm. Good  --  Bob; Rebecca; Jane; Will; Lill
              10.  Isabella
              11.  Kate
             12.  another  ? Joseph)
             13.  another

2010 - Found  Peyton Rochforth, s/o Charles Rochfort, Esq & Arrabella, his wife, in the second valt on the right hand, in the Chancell    St. Michan Parish Church, Dublin (COI), pg.400; 18 Oct, 1692   ??  s/o Charles Rochfort, Esq & Mabella Jones: issues- Peyton (? 1662, Wicklow=1692);  Theophilus;  Charles;  Alicia;  Judith
 

10 Francis PEYTON [c.1775]  m2c.1797  Arabella WILLIS [c.1772-1862] aka Belinda Willis  Abrabella Willis  m1c. 1786  ?? JOYCE
The Peyton names found in the Kinneigh and Ballymoney  Parish records are shown below and I believe the relationships are correct.  The records clearly show that there was a daughter Anne, baptized in 1808, being the daughter of Francis and Arabella.  In the 1851 Griffith's Valuation an entry shows an Arabella Peyton occupying property in the town of Ballineen.  There are some Willises in the parish records. .
  Arabella;   was a widow of a Mr. Joyce (Arabella married at ae. 14 and had one child, Elizabeth who may have married a Morgan and this Elizabeth Joyce Morgan may have died 13 Feb, 1867 in Ballineen (a John Peyton was the informant));  Ballymoney Parish Records show an Arabella Peyton of Ballineen interred 4 Mar, 1862.

Ballymoney Parish Records show a Francis Peyton bur. 30 May, 1819 - last child of  Francis may have been a Richard, b. 1818
 

  The following children are been re-sorted since new information has been received and is being found.  My thanks to J. Peyton who has and is giving me much for this re-alignment.
 

These children have been not been sorted
 

    11 William PEYTON [-    ]  mc.1830  Ukn KINGSTON 
   reported to have lived in NYC 

Notes:  Parish records indicate that William was living in Bandon in 1849 (son Joseph George burial)
-  Found:  William Peyton, d. 1867, ae 70=1797, Bandon (ICR)
 

      12  William PEYTON 
      12 Rebecca Jane PEYTON [1835-     ]
 
bap. 2 Dec, 1835 - BP rec
 
      12 Anne PEYTON
      12 Minnie PEYTON
      12 Joseph George PEYTON [1847-1849]
  bur. 15 Feb, 1849 ae. 2yrs  -  BP rec.
 
    11 Tom PEYTON [ -    ]  original Peyton Tree has him dying young
 
    11

Isabella PEYTON

    11

Katherine PEYTON

    11

There seems to be another Richard bap. 1818, Ballymoney ; s/o of Francis  Note other Richard b. 1806 

These children have been sorted either by known birth/baptismal dates or by calculated birth from death date
 

    11

Joseph PEYTON [c. 1791 - c. 15 Apr, 1875]  m.1820  Jane BIBBY [c.1790-1880] 
 
Joseph; s/o Francis Peyton & Arabella Willis; bap. 2 Mar, 1817, Ballymoney;  marr. 1820, Ballymoney; d. 15 Apr, 1875, ae  84yrs.
 

      12 Anne PEYTON [1822-1917]  m.  Simon WRIXON [1821-    ]
 
      12 John / Joseph PEYTON [1825-    ]
  bap. 3 Apr, 1825 BP rec
        13 John PEYTON [1842-    ]
a BP rec - 3 Apr, 1842 - John supposed son of  John Peyton, Ballineen pub. bap. (Jas. Cue, Jas. Jenkins & Mrs Joseph Peyton -sponsors)  A son of John [1825-    ] ??   Note the same 3 Apr.

 

      12 Francis PEYTON [1826-1891]  m.1852  Dorah WORRAL  
  A Francis Peyton born about that time joined the Irish Constabulary in 1846 and left in April 1852 to immigrate and from records a male Peyton arrived in New York on 3 May 1852 and a Francis Peyton applied for naturalization in 1860. Our Francis Peyton married Dorah Worrall and was living back in Dunmanway by 1863 when the first of his three younger children were born Do not know where Francis Thomas or his sister Dora Eliza were born but all lived in Dunmanway. Other issues: Eliza, Henry Walter, Joseph Worrall and Thomas All my definite evidence is from St Mary's, Dunmanway Parish records.

Sources: 
- Most from J. Peyton - e-Jul-09 ref: JPeyton-09
 

        13 Francis Thomas PEYTON [1855/56-1924]  mc.1883  Lucinda Letitia WAGNER [1858/9-1943]
  Francis;
  born poss. in Brooklyn, NYS;  married Dunmanway, co. Cork, Ireland; a Draper;  bur. co. Cork

Sources:
- marriage - c.1883 with Thomas Good as witness.
- 1911 - 7 Market Square Dunmanway:  Francis Thomas, 55, HOH, Draper; C'E;  Lucinda, 52, wife;  William, 25, son, railway clerk;  Robert Wagner, 17,  son, scholar
- Francis maintained his drapery shop until the early 1920s
 

          14 John Francis PEYTON [1881-1881] 
  s/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner; 
 
          14 Francis Thomas PEYTON [1882-1882] 
  s
/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  
 
          14 William Henry PEYTON [1885-1959]  m.1912  Kathleen ANDERSON [1885-1960]
  William;
born 1885, co. Cork;  married Dunmanway;  Railway Clertk, 1911; bur. co. Cork
  Kathleen's twin sister married David Gray who was among the ten who were murdered 26-28 Apr, 1922

Sources
1911 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway:  William Henry, 25, Railway Clerk

>>(in-law) J. Peyton
 

          14 Letitia Dorah PEYTON [c.1887-1953]  m.1911  Arthur Livingston BEAMISH [1874-1916
 
Letitia; d/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner; m. Oct-Dec1911, Dunmanway; d. Apr, 1953
  Arthur;  s/o Henry George Livingston & Jane Howe Beamish; bap. 11 Nov, 1874, Ardfield;  d. 3 Nov, 1916; bur. Ballymoney

Issues:  Henry George, 1912;  Francis Arthur, 17 Dec, 1913, Clonakilty - 1976, Portsmouth ;  Lucinda Letitia Jane, 1915;  Irene, 1919

Sources:
Marriage: http://beamishbook3.tripod.com/newbeamishbook/searchfl.htm  This shows Letitia Dora Peyton
Marriage & Children - Peerage: http://www.thepeerage.com/p27049.htm#i270485
 

            15 Henry George BEAMISH [1913-    ]  m.1937  Mai SANTRY
 
Henry; s/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 9 Jan, 1913, Clonakilty;  educated at Shandon School, co. Cork;  mechanical engineer, Gold Coast  & Kenya;
  Mai; of Clonakilty, co. Cork, Ireland

 
            15 Francis Arthur BEAMISH [1913-1976]  m.1949  Elsie May MARTIN
 
Francis; s/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton;  b. 17 Dec, 1913, Clonakilty;  marr. 14 May, 1949;  educated at Shandon School, co. Cork;  mechanical engineer, Gold Coast  & Middle East; d. 1976, Portsmouth
  Elsie;  d/o Albert Henery Netherwood Martin

 
            15 Lucinda Letitia Jane BEAMISH [1915-    ]  m.1937  Kenneth / Romford HALLING
 
Lucinda; d/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 12 Apr, 1915;  married 1937
 
            15 Irene Livingston BEAMISH [1919-    ]  m.1947  Maurice ABBOT
 
Henry; d/o Arthur Livingston & Letitia D. Peyton; b. 28 Jun, 1919; marr. 1947;   
 
          14 Francis Augusta PEYTON [1891-1908]  drowned
  s
/o Francis Thomas Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  d. Jul-Sep, 1908, Dunmanway;   
 
          14 Robert Wagner PEYTON [1897-1960]
  Robert;
 s/o Francis Peyton & Lucinda Wagner;  b, 1897;

Sources:
1911 Census: 7 Market Square Dunmanway: Robert Wagner,  17, scholar
 

        13 William PEYTON [c.1858-    ] 
 
b.  Brooklyn, NY

Sources:
J. Peyton (e-Jun-2010) via 1860 Census USA
 

        13 Dora Eliza PEYTON [1860-1890] 
 
d. Dunmanway, Apr-Jun, 1890, ae 29yrs (ICR)
 
        13 Henry Walter PEYTON [1863-1914]  m.  Ellen Clarinda ALLT
 
        13 Joseph Worrall / Warrell / Warrall PEYTON [1866 -    ]  m. 1892  Eliza HORNIBROOK [1874-    ]
  Joseph; 
s/o Francis Peyton & Dora Worrell; b. 22 Sep, 1866, Dunmanway, Co. cork;  m. 14 Jan, 1892 Cork, co. Cork;
  Eliza;  ?? d/o John Hornibrook & Elizabeth Hudson of Kilsheelan, Clonmel, Tipperary  

Sources:
Joseph Birth - FHC
 

Findings on the web:
Joseph, ??  Van Driver
Issues:  Francis, bc.1893 cork;  Joseph, bc. 1905, cork;  Henry, bc. 1908, cork, m.14 Jan, 1892 Cork City

ICR has a Henry Walter Peyton, b, Apr-Jun, 1908, Cork - son??
 

        13 Thomas Christmas PEYTON [1869-    ]  mc.1901  Bridget ???? [c.1873-    ] 
  Thomas;  
s/o Francis Peyton & Dora Worrell; b. 25 Dec, 1869, Dunmanway,
IS this Thomas Christmas Peyton in 1911 census ??

Sources:
J. Peyton
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.
: Thomas Christmas, 40, HOH, C'E,  Ha;; Porter, m. 10yrs, 6 issues, 3 livingBridget, 38, Wife, RC, b. Cork; living with them is Ellen Twohig, 55, sis in law, widow, RC, b. co. Cork
 

          14 Mary Ellen PEYTON [c.1903-    ]
  Mary;
 d/o Thomas Peyton & Bridget ????

Sources:
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.: Mry Ellen, 7, dau., RC
 

          14 Francis Thomas PEYTON [c.1906-    ]
  Francis;
 s/o Thomas Peyton & ?? ????

Sources:
J. Peyton (e-Jun, 2010)
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St.; Francsi Thomas, 5, son, RC
 

          14 Elizabeth May PEYTON [c.1909-    ]
  Francis;
 s/o Thoams Peyton & ?? ????

Sources:
1911 Census - Cork, Cork # 7, Adelaide St:  Elizabeth May, ?, dau.
 

      12

Joseph PEYTON [1829-    ]
 

      12

Jane PEYTON [1832-    ]
 

      12 Eliza PEYTON [1834-1898]  m.  William MURPHY [1826-1910]
    11 John PEYTON [1797/8-    ] 
 
John;  born / Chr.  26 Apr, 1797/98; died 4 Mar, 1874, ae 76yrs, Ballymoney;  reported to have been unmarried;  a Process Server and living with his brother Isaac; possibly  a Publican in Ballineen

Sources:
-
John - birth or chr. 26 Apr either 1797 or 1798 ( hard to read on Kinneigh Parish Register)
 
           - death 4 Mar, 1874, ae 76 yrs; a Process Server; Isaac Petyopn  same address and informant (J. Peyton e-Jul, 2011)
 

      12  issues below not filtted
 
      12  Joseph PEYTON [1829-    ]
  bap. 19 Jun, 1829 BP rec
 
    11 Isaac PEYTON [c.1803-    ]  mc.1840  Margaret WISEMAN
  Isaac;  s/o Francis

Note: poss. a farmer in 1875, Ballineen
 

      12 Rebecca PEYTON [1842-1843]
  bap. 3 Jan, 1842;  interred 6 Feb, 1843 - both from BP rec
 
      12 Eliza PEYTON [1844-    ]
 
bap. 13 Feb, 1844  - BP rec
 
      12 Margaret PEYTON [1846-    ]
  bap. 9 Aug, 1846 - BP rec

1911, Ballyneen, Ballymopney - Margaret, 61=1850; Head; C'E; 61; Retired Grocer, Single

Also living with Margaret is Coates, John M.;  Nephew, 20=1891; C'E. Asst. Grocer; born Kinsale

Note:  possibly Margaret J  a (mixed) Parochial teacher at Ballymoney in 1875 


 

      12 Robert PEYTON [1848-     ]
  bap. 29 Oct,  1848 - BP rec

1911, Ballyneen, Ballymopney; Robert, Brother to Margaret above; C'E;  60; Farmer
 

      12  Sarah Anne PEYTON 1851-    ]
  bap. 9 Mar, 1851  -  BP rec
 
      12 William PEYTON [1853-1853]
  bap. 13 Mar, 1853  -  interred 28 Mar, 1853 - both BP rec
 
      12  Isaac PEYTON [1854-    ]
  Isaac;
s/o Isaac Peyton & Margaret Wiseman; b. 11 Oct, 1854;  bap. 22 Oct, 1854 ;  1911, single, Farm Labourer - 

Sources:
Ballymoney Parish records; 
1911 Census:  Ballynnen Town, Ballymoney - Isac, 55, Methodist; Farm Labourer, Single

poss,  a shopkeeper in Ballineen 1875   d. Jan=Mar, 1922, Dunmanway
 

      12 Joseph PEYTON [1842-     ]
 
      12 Anne PEYTON [1858-     ]  
1911, Ballyneen, Ballymopney. Annie, sister to Margaret above; C'E; 52, Grocer, Single
 
    11 Richard PEYTON [1806-     ]  m.  Harriett CONNELL
 
Richard;  b. 4 May, 1806;  pawnbroker at Bandon;  bur. 4 Jun, 1846, Ballymoney, ae. 38

Source:
Richard Birth -  Ballymoney Parish Rec, 1806 / 1846
(n) 1846, Ballymodan (Bandon), Harriett, widow, south main st. pawnbroker shop; her brother, J. Connell, clerk
 

      12 Frank PEYTON [1830-     ]
      12 Minnie PEYTON [1832-    ]
      12 Lizzie PEYTON [1834-    ]
      12 Frances PEYTON [1836-    ]
      12 Arabella PEYTON [1838-    ]
      12 William PEYTON [1840-    ]    ?????   M. Mary Jane Glasson  ????  FHC has her m. to Thomas Peyton w/son Thomas b. 12 Sep, 1868, Cork
    11 Anne PEYTON [1808-1880]  and  William Hayes PHILLIPS [1805-1885]
daughter of Francis and Arabella; bap. 14 Dec, 1808;  married William Hayes Phillips

Source:
Ann - Bap. Ballymoney Parrish Rec
 

    11 Rebecca PEYTON [1811-    ]  m.  William MOXLEY {poss. from Dumanway)
  Rebecca;
  bap. 19 Mar, 1811 (BP rec)
 
      12 Joe MOXLEY {1832-    ]
      12 Eliza MOXLEY [1834-     ]
      12 Isabella MOXLEY [1836-    ]
      12 Will MOXLEY [1838-    ]
      12 Richard MOXLEY [1840-    ]
      12 Mary Jane MOXLEY [1842-    ]
      12 Franacis MOXLEY [1844-     ]
      12 Minnie MOXLEY [1846-    ]
    11 Francis PEYTON [1813-    ]  m1830  Dora THOMSON
 
Francis;  s/o Francis;  bap. 30 Aug, 1813;  m. 26 Oct, 1830 

from the Cobh Genealogical project that a Francis Peyton and Dora (?Dora Thompson) had a son called Joseph baptized in 1832 on 12 August in St Peters Ballymodan, Bandon

Sources:
Francis - Baptism - Ballymoney Parish Rec.
Marriage -Ballymoney Parish Records

 

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                                                                 I am having big problems with this marriage and children


Francis PEYTON [c.1831-    ]  m.1853  Rebecca FARR [1826-    ]  
 
Francis;
   
  Rebecca; 
prob. d/o William Farr ( ? Mary ); bap. 20 Aug, 1826, Ballymoney (Parish Records);  d. Q3, 1911 ae 84

 Found a marriage:   Francis son of Francis  m.  13 Feb, 1853, Civil Registration, Ballymoney, Cork, Ireland FHL Film 101346 

the original tree this Francis [1826- ] s/o Francis [c.1775- ]  the dates under this idea do not make sense either

1911 census Ballineen Town, Ballymoney, Cork:  Rebecca Peyton, 80;  Frances Arabella Peyton, 34; Elizabeth Peyton, 33; and a Gerald (Erie -  sic) Eric McKinley, 5=c.1906. g-grandson

  more 1911 Peytons see below

      12 Rebecca PEYTON [1860-> 1911]  m.1883  Richard Thomas HOLTSBAUM [      >1901]
   Rebecca
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 1860;  m. 3 Jul, 1883, Ballymartle Church, Kinsale, co.Cork ; at teacher at Ballymartle School;
  Richard; s/o William Holtsbaum (shopkeeper); a clerk; then a policeman; 1891 at Ashton under Lyme, Lancashire, England 

 

 

I doubt this Rebecca m. McKinley and then had a son who married and had Alex > time frame not good.

NO this can not be  m.1887  ??  McKINLEY   A. McKinley [c.1855-1922]
    (xx)  Alexander McKINLEY [1906-1922]   (another shot on the night of the killings

One of the least fortunate was young McKinley ( Alexander William Gerald McKinley ) aged 16 (=bc.1906). He was g-grandson of Rebecca Peyton (1826-1911). The 1911 census has him staying at 21 Main St. Ballineen with her and two spinster daughters Eliza and Frances Arabella. He was 5 at the time. Do you know anything about the killing and how he was descended from Rebecca. I am guessing it might have been via Rebecca Jr b 1860 who married in Kinsale in 1883. Incidentally the 1911 census has Isaac Peyton living next door at 23. He died Q1 1922 a single farm labourer. He had three unmarried siblings living at #45. No wonder the prods died out. nobody married.

Alexander W. G. Mckinley;  Alex McKinley; Alexander McKinley; young McKinley
Gereald Erie McKinley; Gerarld Eric McKinley; Gerald McKinley
 

 

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Mary / May HOLTSBAUM [c.1888-    ]  m.1905  Alexander  McKINLEY
  Alexander; s/o John McKinley (farmer);

          14 Alexander William Gerald McKINLEY [c.1905-1922  
  Alexander;  
s/o Mary Holtsbaum & Alexander McKinley; bc.1905;  died as a result of murder, 28 Apr, 1922.
 
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Francis PEYTON HOLTSBAUM [1893-    ] 
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Persons below TO BE FITTED
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Francis PEYTON [1871-    ]  from FHC   Francis, b. 3 Jul, 1871, Ballyneen, co. Cork  s/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr
 
b.
3 Jul, 1871  , Cork, Ireland
This birth date or person does not make sense
       

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Mary Jane PEYTON [1854-    ]  m.1887  Edward HARMAN [c.1857- 1920]
 
Mary;
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 1854, Cork
 
Edward; bc. 1857, Cavan;  d. 1922, Dunmanway, Cork

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry, Ballynacourty:  Mary Jane, 38, Cork , Head;  Frank Peyton, 12; Robert Sydney, 10, Cork;  Olive R. Frances, 8, Kerry
1911 co. Kerry, Listowel;  54, b. Kerry, RIC;  Mary Jane, 49, Cork;  Sydney R.,  20, Cork, Appr. to Chemistry;  Olive R. F., 18, Kerry, school

        13 Francis Peyton HARMAN [c.1888-    ]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry:  Frank Peyton, 12, Kerry
1911 Census, Donegal:   Francis Peyton, 23, Kerry, boarder, teacher
 

        13 Sydney Robert  HARMAN [c.1890-1917]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry: Robert Sydney, 10, Cork

1911 Census, Kerry:  Sydney R.,  20, Cork, Appr. to Chemistry
CWG:  Robert Sydney Harman, Pte, Royal Munster Fusilliers, 2Bn, d. 10 Nov, 1917, #5942, Tyne Cot Memorial

 

        13 Olive R. Frances HARMAN [c.1893-     ]

Sources:
1901 Census, Kerry:  Olive R. Frances, 8, Cork,
  1911 Census , Kerry, 11 Kerry

 

      12 Francis PEYTON [1857-1860]
  Francis; 
s/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr  b.24 Nov, 1857;  bap, 24 Nov, 1857  - interred 25 May, 1860 ae 21/2 yrs  -  BP rec 

 
      12 Eliza PEYTON [1862-    ]
  Eliza;
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; living with mother in 1911;  d. unm
 
      12 Frances Arabella PEYTON [ 1864-    ]
  Frances; 
d/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 3 Dec, 1864, Ballioneen;  living with mother in 1911; d.  unm
This may be the Aunt Frances who witnessed the killing of Alexander McKinley

Sources:
  Frances birth - FHC

 

      12 William Richard PEYTON [1868-    ]
  William; 
s/o Francis Peyton & Rebecca Farr; b. 1 Jul, 1868, Ballineen,

Sources:
  William birth - FHC
 

    11 12Jane PEYTON [1832-    ]  m.1850  William GOOD [c.1830-    ]
    Jane; m. 18 Sep, 1850 -
  William; s/o Robert Good

Sources:
Marriage: FHC has 10 Oct, 1850, Ballymoney;  Jane, d/o Frank;  William, s/o Robert

 

      12 13 Robert GOOD [1852-    ]
      12 13 Rebecca GOOD [1854-    ]
      12 13 William GOOD [1856-    ]
      12 13 Elizabeth Anne GOOD [1859-    ] 
  10 Isaac PEYTON [c. 1772-     ]
   
a colonel in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars.
 
  10 William PEYTON [c.1774-    ]  m.1798  Anne UKN 
 
  10 Richard PEYTON [c.1778-    ]  m.   Catherine ??
   
of Kinneigh Parish; 
a Shoemaker, Dublin
 
    11 Rebecka PEYTON [1814-    ]
  bap. 5 Jun, 1814 (BP rec.)
 
    11 Margaret PEYTON  [1819-     ]
 
bap. 12 Dec, 1819 BR rec
 
    11 Elizabeth PEYTON [1822-     ]
 
bap. 31 Jul, 1822 BP rec
 
  10  Margaret PEYTON [c.1778-    ]
 
  10 Anne PEYTON [c.1780-    ]
 
                 

 

Findings:
 
Elizabeth Morgan: died 13 Feb, 1867 (ae 74 = bc.1793), wife of John Peyton a shopkeeper at Enniskean who died prior to Elizabeth - reported by John Peyton (son?)

originally under Joseph
   Francis PEYTON [1826-    ]  m.1853  Rebecca FARR [1826-    ]  of The Cross, Ballineen, shopkeeper and in 1854 & 1860 shown as farmer ???
 
    Francis;  bap. 26 Mar, 1826  BP rec

Jul, 2009 - Not sure about this as the marriage record says the father is Francis  See Francis Peyton [1813-     ] below
                  
m.  13 Feb, 1853, Civil Registration, Ballymoney, Cork, Ireland FHL Film 101346

1911 Census: co. Cork

Peyton, Richard Castle Road Ballymodan Cork 38M = c.1873; single;  Gun & Locksmith

Peyton, Thomas South Main Street Bandon Town Cork 79M  c.1832; widower; Gunsmith

   son- William W South Main Street Bandon Town Cork 42M  c.1869=42; single;Carpenter

   dau- Annie; 30=1881, single; dressmaker

   dau- Lizzie, 28=1883, single, dressmaker  

Peyton, Thomas Christmas Adelaide Street Cork No. 7Cork 40M  c.1871

Peyton, Francis Thomas Adelaide Street Cork No. 7Cork 5M  c. 1906
 

 
Wright Benjamin 67 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland
Wright Mary Jane 57 Female Wife Church of Ireland
Peyton Isabella 66 Female Visitor Church of Ireland
Fleury Albert 8 Male Grand Son Church of Ireland
Chinnery Frances 89 Female Head of Family Church of Ireland
Chinnery Richard Sr L B 64 Male Son Church of Ireland
Peyton Frances 61 Female Daughter Church of Ireland
Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion
Peyton Thomas Christmas 40 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland
Peyton Bridget 38 Female Wife Roman Catholic
Peyton Mary Ellen 7 Female Daughter Roman Catholic
Peyton Francis Thomas 5 Male Son Roman Catholic
Peyton Elizabeth May 0 Female Daughter Roman Catholic
Twohig Ellen 55 Female Sister in Law Roman Catholic

Church or Ireland Coates in Cork - 1911

 

coates

Alfred Kinsale Kinsale Urban Cork 22 M Co Cork Clerk Church of Ireland

Alfred, single, b. co. Cork

Coates Margaret 68 Female Head of Family Church of Ireland
Coates John 30 Male Step Son Church of Ireland
Coates Maggie Eliza 25 Female Daughter Church of Ireland

Margaret, Widow, married 27yrs,  1 living child, b. co Cork
John single;  Maggie, single

Coates Frances Anne 45 Female Head of Family Church of Ireland
Coates Rebecca 35 Female Sister Church of Ireland

Frances, Head, 45, single;  Rebecca, Sister to Frances,  single

Mary Jane Coates, head, 64, Teacher, cork

 

Mckinley 1911

dublin

McKinley George 29 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland

b. Sligo

OTHER PEYTON

Joseph Peyton [c.1742-    ]  m.1767  Rebecca LANE Cork diocese, Cork, Ireland     via FHC
(n) = found on Interenet;  (f) = found at FHC

ICR - Irish Civil Registration on-line

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