ANDREWS FAMILY TREE
|This is the family tree of
my father Dudley John Andrews who was born on the 28th of May 1929 and
died on the 18th of April 2010 at the age of 80.
Family relationships within the tree are with regards to myself, Stephen Andrews.
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Ninth Generation (6th Great Grand Parents)
John Weakley & Mary Hillyard
Matthew Weakley (1753 – 1826)
Sarah Weakley (1776 – 1851)
Henry Isaac (1813 – 1842)
Elizabeth Isaac (1841 – 1911)
John Andrews (1883 – 1942)
John Henry Andrews (1907 – 1971)
Dudley John Andrews (1929 – 2010)
Stephen Michael Andrews (1959 – )
George I (1714 – 1727)
George II (1727 – 1760)
George III (1760 – 1820)
John is the son of Matthew Weakley and Joane Hillier and was baptised on
the 21st of January 1722, probably in All Saints’ Parish Church in
Martock in Somerset. He was buried, again probably in All Saints’ on
the 1st of February 1767 at the of 45.
John is also known as Weakly.
In this year, 1723;
||All Saints' Martock|
|24 year-old John married 22 year-old Mary in Martock on the 16th of August 1747 presumably in All Saints’ Church. Later that year on the 16th of December the couple baptised their first child, Robert in All Saints’. Sadly Robert wasn’t to live long and he was buried two months later on the 12th of February 1748 in All Saints’. The register shows that the family were from ‘Cote’, there does not appear to be such a place but there is Coat a village that today is about a mile from Martock. Three years later and the couple are celebrating the christening of a second son, John on the 30th of January 1751 in All Saints’. The register again gives ‘Cote’ by the couple’s name. On the 8th of April 1753 John and Mary baptised their third son, Matthew in All Saints’. Two years later on the 5th of December 1755 either Mary gave birth to another son or they christened a second son, Robert. The next child that can be traced is their first daughter, Ann who was born or baptised on the 8th of June 1760 in Martock. Seven years after the birth of Ann and John, at the age of 44, is buried on the 1st of February 1767 in All Saints’ Church. On the 16th, 23rd and 30th of January 1774 marriage banns were published at All Saints’ Church between Mary’s 23 year-old labourer son, John to 22 year-old spinster Rebecca Locock. But it wasn’t until a lot later in the year, on the 9th of October that she saw the wedding in the church. Both John and Rebecca were from the parish and both signed the marriage with their marks showing that they were illiterate. Later that year on the 28th of August Mary was at the marriage of another labouring son, 21 year-old Matthew to 21 year-old Mary Howlit. On the 21st of August 1777 Mary either died or was buried at the age of 52.|
|Noted events in their lives were: * Living: 16th December 1747, Coat, Martock, Somerset. Robert’s baptism. * Living: 30th January 1751, Coat, Martock, Somerset. John’s baptism. Children from this marriage were: i. Robert Weakley – (1747 – 1748) ii. John Weakley – (1751 – 12/11/1792) iii. Matthew Weakley – (1753 – 1826) iv. Robert Weakley – (1755 – 1818) v. Ann Weakley – (1760 – 1800) Mary Hillyard Mary is the daughter of John Hellyor and Anna Syms and is believed to have been born in 1725 in Somerset. On the 21st of August 1777 Mary either died or was buried at the age of 52.|