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25 "April the ninth 1865. I dashed frantically into the sea of bliss, or to use a nautical phrase, I got spliced to Mrs Maggie B Allen of Troy Ohio."
Source: Dayton Herald article 1909. 
Family F254
 
26 "At this time Robert, Geoffrey's heir, was an infant o three years of age and was called the only son of his father, and the custody of the lands held of the Archbishopric was granted to Sir Robert Bagot, Chief Justice of the Kings Bench (Calendar of Documents Relating to Ireland, no. 1252). The infant Robert was dead by 7 December 1277 and the wardship was at end, 'as the lands had devolved on a person of full age" (Idem. no. 1405).'"

The lands and manor in question were in Swords, 8 miles north of Dublin, remnants of the castle remain. Reference is also made to SKidoo and Knightstown about the same distance further north.


Source: Delafield, The Family History 
SHARDELOW, Robert (P408)
 
27 "He was buried in the Dominican Convent at Kilkenny, where a thirteenth-century tombstone was found bearing in Lombardic lettering the inscription: Mester :Roberd :de :sardelove git : ici : dev : de sa alme : eit : merci : pat nr."

Sources: Secondary source is 'Delafield, The Family History'. It is quoting primary source: Journal of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society, Vol I, p. 455.

Notes:
Kilkenny is 80 miles SW of Dublin. 
SHARDELOW, Robert (P406)
 
28 'The Visitacion of Norfolk 1563' includes a pedigree which shows Simon as the son of John
However ....
https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol10/pp136-143
This states that John, shown here as Simon\'s father died without issue.
This puts the line before Simon in doubt. 
SHARDELOWE, Simon (P378)
 
29 10 oxen, 5 cows, 2 bulls, 30 swine, dog cart, mare & harness, dairy & brewing utensils to be sold at auction at Raveningham near Beccles on 5 June 1866, by direction of his executors, he having died. Advertised in Ipswich Journal 2 June 1866.  SHARDELOW, George (P1320)
 
30 18 weeks old.
Duplicate but this one buried at 18 weeks other one baptised aged 6 and goes on to marry. Probably this one belongs to a different family. Need to sort. 
SHARDELOW, Hannah (P253)
 
31 1881 Census says born in Norwich SHARDALOW, Eliza Kate (P26)
 
32 1920 USA Census says Harry Shardelow's father (Joseph) was born in Maine.
1910 USA Census says Daniel J Shardelow's father (Joseph) was born in Maine.
1909 Dayton Herald newspaper article says Joseph was born in Calais, Maine.
1900 USA Census says Joseph was born in Maine and that his father was born in England and his mother in Scotland.
1900 USA Census also says Lewis' father (Joseph) was born in "Canada (Eng)".
1880 USA Census says Joseph was born in Nova Scotia, Canada. Calais, Maine is on the USA-Canada border and is about 100 miles across the sea from Nova Scotia.

Conclusion: it seems probable that he was born at Calais or closeby over the border in New Brunswick, Canada.
 
SHARDELOW, Joseph (P756)
 
33 1923 Death Notice definitely spells surname as Shardalow.
But sons Thomas Albert and Donald Francis are definitely spelt Shardelow. Daughter Virginia Pike is spelt, born Shardalow. 
SHARDALOW, Thomas Samuel (P191)
 
34 1923 Death Notice of father Thomas Samuel definitely spells his surname as Shardalow.
But his sons Thomas Albert and Donald Francis are definitely spelt Shardelow. Daughter Virginia Pike is spelt, born Shardalow. 
SHARDELOW, May Virginia (P197)
 
35 1923 Death Notice of father Thomas Samuel definitely spells his surname as Shardalow.
But his sons Thomas Albert and Donald Francis are definitely spelt Shardelow. Daughter Virginia Pike is spelt, born Shardalow. 
SHARDELOW, Donald Francis (P196)
 
36 1923 Death Notice of father Thomas Samuel definitely spells his surname as Shardalow.
But his sons Thomas Albert and Donald Francis are definitely spelt Shardelow. Daughter Virginia Pike is spelt, born Shardalow. 
SHARDELOW, Thomas Albert (P198)
 
37 21 July 1911 Probate to Thomas Blunderfield dairyman. Effects £588 10s RUSHMER, James Shardalow (P641)
 
38 A FMP record headers suggests they married 1560 in Shimpling
 
Family F154
 
39 A Fred Bisch died in Sandusky in Ohio, 60 miles from Cleveland, Ohio; on 6 Dec 1930. BISCH (P1454)
 
40 A little doubt about whether the George Shard(e)low that Sarah married was the son of Samuel Atcheson Shardelow and Phoebe Wiseman. The 1841 Census has a Sarah Peggs, with father Bartholomew (as stated in her marriage record) in Norfolk but it says she was 9 which would have meant she was just 15 at the time of her marriage in Newcastle. George and his mum Phoebe were spelt Shardlow in 1842 Census - same in marriage record. The 1851 Census finds the Peggs family still in Norfolk but no Sarah. The 1851 Census has a Sarah Shardlow in South Shields, born in Yarmouth, Norfolk and widowed aged 24 years old with son George aged 2 - that would mean she would have been 20 years old when she married. Her marriage record says her father's name was Samuel. I would say I am 90% sure she married George son of Samuel Atcheson Shardelow. PEGGS, Sarah (P1212)
 
41 According to the divorce court case Rosalie left Robert in 1873. He alleged she was committing adultery with William Lund and he claimed £1,000 damages. William and Rosalie denied it. The court must have been unaware that Rosalie and William had married in1875 thereby committing bigamy. The marriage record shows her as a widow and William as a Divinity student!! The latter is interesting given Rosalie’s father being accused of pretending to be a parson in Gosport. Family F311
 
42 Aged 39 ATCHESON, Ann (P525)
 
43 Ancestry.com has a record header for a Probate entry with a 1588 date on it for him, but it says the book is 'Marriages'. Maybe there is a will for him? Also mention of him as a 'gent' with 208 homes? SCHARDELOWE, Bonaventure (P366)
 
44 Ann Shardelow was a witness Family F186
 
45 Anne according to Ancestry record (see also note on birth) SCHARDELOWE, Agna (P469)
 
46 Another source says he died in 1369:
"A History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2." Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1906. 
SHARDELOWE, Sir John (P399)
 
47 Assumed he's illegitimate son of Mary Ann as he and her were living with her parents at time of 1851 Census PLAYFORD, John (P1266)
 
48 Assumed that father was a Shadelow. Charles' birth record says 'base birth' which denotes illegitimacy. Given mother was Hannah Steward and Charles' surname was Shadelow ... SHADELOW, Charles (P1036)
 
49 Baptised Bungay Wesleyan, 16 Jul 1837, father Samuel a Norton Suncourse shoemaker. Name spelt Shardalow. SHARDELOW, Charlotte Blunderfield (P243)
 
50 Baptised Fulsher FULCHER, Elizabeth (P157)
 

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