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Richard Acton

M, #1601, Deceased, b. about 1827, d. 29 September 1905

Parents

Family

Family: Mary Unknown

Main Events

  • Birth: Richard Acton was born about 1827.
  • Death: He died on 29 September 1905.
  • Burial: Richard's remains were buried in September 1905 in the local cemetery, the Methodist Chapel, Snelson Village.1
  • Marriage: He and Mary Unknown were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S878] Monument Inscriptions Methodist Chapel Snelson & Over Peover

Biography

John Fallowes

M, #1604, Deceased

Families

Family 1:

Family 2: Anne Bradshawe

Main Events

  • Marriage: John Fallowes and Anne Bradshawe were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Biography

John Bradshawe1

M, #1606, Deceased, b. about 1600

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: John Bradshawe was born about 1600.
  • Biography: About John Bradshawe ... Blurb ??M]?
  • Occupation: He was a Judge.

Citations

  1. [S202] Family History Society of Cheshire March 1989 Stephen King

Biography

Elizabeth Fallowes1

F, #1607, Deceased, d. 1654

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Name: Elizabeth Fallowes was also known as Elizabeth Furnival.
  • Biography: About Elizabeth Fallowes ... Blurb ??M]?
  • Residence: She resided in Milne House, Chelford, before 1654.
  • Death: She died in 1654.
  • Marriage: She and Ralph Furnival were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S203] Senelstune, Domesday and the Coat of Arms, R3-1610

Biography

Ralph Furnival1

M, #1608, Deceased

Family

Family: Elizabeth Fallowes (d. 1654)

Main Events

  • Residence: Ralph Furnival resided in Milne House, Chelford, Cheshire, about 1650.2
  • Marriage: He and Elizabeth Fallowes were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S203] Senelstune, Domesday and the Coat of Arms, R3-1610
  2. [S202] Family History Society of Cheshire March 1989 Stephen King

Biography

Unknown Bradshawe

M, #1609, Deceased

Family

Family:

Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson1

F, #1613, Deceased, b. 29 September 1904, d. 6 April 1996

Person Exhibits

Eileen Evelyn Greer Snelson
(Greer Garson)
1904-1996
  • Consanguinity: Partner of Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A. (2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson)

Parents

Families

Family 1: Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., (b. 31 October 1904, d. 8 December 1992)

Family 2: Richard Ney

Family 3: Elijah E. ('Buddy') Fogelson (d. 1987)

Main Events

  • Name: Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson was also known as Greer Garson.
  • Name: She was also known as Eileen Evelyn Greer Snelson.
  • Name: She was also known as Eileen Evelyn Greer Ney.
  • Name: She was also known as Eileen Evelyn Greer Fogelson.
  • Birth: She was born on 29 September 1904 in 88 First Avenue, Manor Park, East Ham, London, Essex, Northern Ireland, Her parents were evidently Presbyterians.[CIT:]Evidently, she was descended from Rob Roy McGregor.[:CIT].
  • Biography: About Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson ... Blurb ??M]?2
  • Residence: She resided in Greer's Farm, Castlewellan, Nr Newry, County Down, between 1917 and 1920 Rather than "living" here full time, it might be better to say that she was a frequent visitor with he mother.

    Of all the awards she won, she once said her most treasured possession was still a pearl pendant which she wore in the Presbyterian church at Castlewellan in 1917, when her aunt Eva wed Dr.Robert Murray of Glasgow.
  • Education: She was educated in Grenoble, Switzerland, about 1930 She received full scholarships from a local school to attend the University of London, where she won honours studying French and 18th century literature on an accelerated course, with secretarial classes for backup.
  • Occupation: She was a market researcher for an advertising firm in London. about 1931.
  • Marriage: She and Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., were married on 28 September 1933 in the Registry Office, St. George, Hanover Sq, London, In Greer Garson's biography "A Rose for Mrs. Miniver" Edward is described as a "rich and dashing young undergraduate".3,4
  • Residence: She resided in 2 Audley Square, Mayfair, London W.1., in 1933 [CIT:]This has been the address since 1921 of the University Women's Club ( est 1865 ), and still is. Perhaps GG stayed here on the eve of her wedding ? This is the hypthesis put forward by Peter Kraushaar and his wife Anne.[:CIT].5
  • Occupation: She was a film actress in London and America. after 1935.
  • Divorce: She and Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., were divorced in 1942 They had separated shortly after marrying in1934.6,3
  • Marriage: She and Richard Ney were married in 1943 in some place yet to be identfie Richard Ney played her son in "Mrs Miniver". Either he or she were aged 26 at the time ... presumably in 1942.
  • Divorce: She and Richard Ney were divorced in 1947.
  • Marriage: She and Elijah E. ('Buddy') Fogelson were married in 1949.
  • Residence: She resided in Suite 2040, 325 N Saint Paul, Dallas, in 1993.7
  • Residence: She resided in 3232 McKinney Avenue, Suite 1210, Dallas, 214-922-8001 fax 214-953-0249, in 1994.8
  • Education: She was educated She was educated at the University of London, where she earned degrees in French and 18th-century literature.
  • Death: She died on 6 April 1996, at age 91, in Dallas.
  • Burial: Greer's remains were buried on 9 April 1996 in Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park, in the Fogelson Triangle, Dallas, Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S842] Greer Garson - Profile of Career
  2. [S5733] Michael Troyan, A Rose for Mrs. Miniver
  3. [S728] New York Times, 30th Sept 1942, Page 29 Col 4
  4. [S205] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 19 April 1989
  5. [S1018] Peter Kraushaar, Peter Kraushaar, Letter 20 March 1994
  6. [S831] Death Notice - The Times 10 December 1992
  7. [S983] Letters from Peter Kraushaars dated September & November '93
  8. [S1039] The Office of Greer Garson, Letter from Greer Garson, June 1994

Biography

Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A.1

M, #1614, Deceased, b. 31 October 1904, d. 8 December 1992

Person Exhibits

Sir Edward Snelson KBE, 1904-1992
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Families

Family 1: Edith Evelyn Prichard (b. 19 December 1907, d. 29 December 1978)

Family 2: Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson (b. 29 September 1904, d. 6 April 1996)

Family 3: Jean Johnstone Mackay (b. 5 July 1912, d. 25 May 2007)

  • Christopher Snelson
  • Anthony Snelson

Main Events

  • Name: Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., was also known as Sir Edward Snelson.
  • Birth: He was born on 31 October 1904.
  • Christening: Edward Alec Abbott was christened on 4 December 1904 in Church of England, St. Andrew's, Ampthill.2
  • Biography: About Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., ... Blurb ??M]?
  • Marriage:

    Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., married Edith Evelyn Prichard about May 1928 in the Southwark District Registry Office, Westminster.

    Edith and Edward were indeed 1st Cousins !3,4,5
  • Divorce: He and Edith Evelyn Prichard were divorced before September 1933.
  • Marriage: He and Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson were married on 28 September 1933 in the Registry Office, St. George, Hanover Sq, London, In Greer Garson's biography "A Rose for Mrs. Miniver" Edward is described as a "rich and dashing young undergraduate".6,7
  • Residence: He resided in 7 Court Lane, London S.E. 21, in 1933.8
  • Occupation: He was a civil servant for the Indian Civil Service in 1933.
  • Occupation: He was in India in 1936.9
  • Divorce: He and Greer ("Eileen Evelyn Greer") Garson were divorced in 1942 They had separated shortly after marrying in1934.10,6
  • Occupation: He was a bureaucrat for the Government in the Indian sub continent in 1947.10
  • Residence: He resided in Pakistan about 1948.11
  • Marriage: He and Jean Johnstone Mackay were married in 1956.
  • Occupation: He was a diplomat and bureaucrat in various roles in Karachi, West Pakistan, in 1961.
  • Occupation: He was a judge in the Supreme Restituition Court, Herford, West Germany, after 1962.
  • Residence: He resided in Binstead, Alton, about 1991.12
  • Death: He died on 8 December 1992, at age 88, in Bentley, Hants.
  • Obituary:

    Obituary on 10 December 1992.10

Census

Census 1911Sir Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, K.B.E.M.A., Id #1,614 (Principal) was at home on Census night 1911 at 101 First Avenue, Manor Park, Essex.

Original Documents, Source and Citations here
  • Last Edited: 25 January 2019

Citations

  1. [S599] Letter from Richard Snelson dated 3 November 1991
  2. [S1008] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 6 December 1993
  3. [S1018] Peter Kraushaar, Peter Kraushaar, Letter 20 March 1994
  4. [S5482] Marriage Cert Edward Snelson & Greer Garson, Event Date: 28 Sep 1933
    Registration District: Westminster
  5. [S5726] Christopher Snelson, Email from Christopher Snelson 8 Nov 2009
  6. [S728] New York Times, 30th Sept 1942, Page 29 Col 4
  7. [S205] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 19 April 1989
  8. [S1019] Edward Alec Abbott Snelson, Eileen Evelyn Greer Garson, Source Element: 28 September 1933
  9. [S5733] Michael Troyan, A Rose for Mrs. Miniver
  10. [S831] Death Notice - The Times 10 December 1992
  11. [S894] British & Irish Biographies 1840-1940
  12. [S624] Who's Who 1992

Biography

Maggie Pritchard

F, #1617, Deceased, b. about 1893
  • Consanguinity: Partner of Henry Snelson (2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson)

Family

Family: Henry Snelson (b. 10 July 1888)

  • Norah Mary Snelson+ (b. 27 April 1927)

Main Events

  • Name: Maggie Pritchard was also known as Maggie Snelson.
  • Birth: She was born about 1893.1
  • Marriage: She and Henry Snelson were married on 5 June 1926 in St. Mary's, Chester.2,1,3
  • Residence: She resided in 29 Handbridge Street, Chester, about 1927.4
  • Witness: She and Harold Pritchard witnessed the marriage of John Henry Mason and Norah Mary Snelson on 5 April 1947 in St. Mary's, Chester.2,1
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S207] According to Richard James SNELSON
  2. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs
  3. [S206] According to Richard James SNELSON
  4. [S223] Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1898-1947, Memo: Annotation: Chester St. Mary Baptisms 1898-1947


    1898-1922

    31 May 1903 Eliza May dau of William Henry & Eliza Jane
    Edge, Plumber 29 Hartington Street

    12 Dec 1917 Sarah Ann dau of Mary Snelson Spinster, 29
    Handbridge


    1922-1948


    20 April 1927 Norah Mary b. 20 April 1927 ? dau of Henry &
    Maggie Snelson 29 Handbridge
    Labourer

    18 August 1948 Philip John Hall b. 24 June 1948 son of Delme Colin
    Hall and Sarah Ann Hall, Electrician
    127 Hartington Street

    10 Dec 1947 John Henry Mason b. 23 October 1947 son of John Henry
    and Norah Mary Mason labourer 2
    Joinson's Court

Biography

Mary Snelson1

F, #1618, Deceased, b. before 10 November 1890
  • Consanguinity: 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Adrian John ("John") Snelson

Parents

Family

Family: Thomas Douglas

Main Events

  • Name: Mary Snelson was also known as Mary Douglas.
  • Birth: She was born before 10 November 1890 in Chester.
  • Christening: Mary was christened on 10 November 1890 in Church of England, St. Mary's, Chester.2
  • Marriage: She and Thomas Douglas were married in 1919 in Chester in a civil ceremony.3
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018

Citations

  1. [S206] According to Richard James SNELSON
  2. [S150] According to Richard Snelson
  3. [S5505] Chester FHS BDMs

Biography