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|251||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (P1210)
|252||Why Potter not Peck?|
Her mother remarries when she is 7.
|POTTER, Ellen (P889)
|253||William is linked to his father Nigel and to his daughter Idonea by a Feet of Fines entry:|
September 29 — October 27. Westminster. Within one month of S. Michael, 15 Henry III.
Between Idonea daughter of William son of Nigel de Shardelawe, by William le Cruir, her attorney and William de Neutone, by Henry de Saint Piers his attorney, Plaintiffs, and Robert Fitz Ede of Sherdelawe, Tenant.
Grant by Plaintiff Idonea to Tenant, in fee, of 4 oxgangs of
land in Sherdel[awe] (Shardlow), at the yearly rent of 5s. for all service ; and performing the foreign service pertaining to the same.
|SHARDELAWE, William (P410)
|254||William Plyford on marriage transcription||PLAYFORD, William (P1264)
|255||William Shaidlow or Chaidlow was born in Charlottetown. William's will is Signed William C. Chandler. William was a stewart on the steamship, the St. Lawrence. |
In this city on Jan 24th 1911, William S. Chandler in the 70th year of his age. Funeral from his late residence 115 Weymouth St. on Thursday to St. Pauls Church thense to Peoples Cem.
A large circle of friends will hear with deep regret of the death of William Chandler, an old and highly respected citizen of this city which occured very suddenly fore noon having been smitten with an attack of paralysis about half hour previous. Deceased was for many years stewart on S.S. St. Lawrence. Besides his widow he leaves to mourn two sons George of the PEI. R. and Fred, Traveler for Auld Bros. and two daughters Mrs. F. Hl Seller and Mrs. J.R. Copp of St. John, N.B.
|CHANDLER, William Shaidlow (P644)
|256||Witnesses: Albert George Shardalow and Charles Norman Townley||Family (F228)
|257||Witnesses: Emmanuel Stone and Kate Shardalow||Family (F3)
|258||“..... by 1382 he was dead”||SHARDELOWE, Sir Thomas de (P401)