M*CH*MORE One Name Study

NORTHERN SOUTH HAMS

Tree 302. Descendants of Samuel MICHELMORE
(Buckfastleigh 157x)

This is one of two 16th century Buckfastleigh subtrees. A discussion of possible links between the earliest Buckfastleigh families is accessible on the web site.

Underlining (if any) indicates changes made at the latest update.

Generation 1

Tree 302

Generation 1

Family 0721

head  Samuel MICHELMORE   ??<< 1005 [Tree 301]

b 157x

m [17Sep1604] Buckfastleigh

?bur 10Mar1638/39 Buckfastleigh

?bur 9Jun1640 Buckfastleigh

sp    Judeth LANGSON

b 157x

m [17Sep1604] Buckfastleigh

bur [3Oct1636] Buckfastleigh, "wife of Samuel Senr"

dau   Maria MICHELMAR

chr [10Feb1604/05] Buckfastleigh

bur 6Jan1609/10 Buckfastleigh

son   Samuel MITCHELMORE   >>>> 0722

chr [5Jun1607] Buckfastleigh

dau   Anna MITCHELMORE

chr [7Aug1609] Buckfastleigh

son   Robertus MUTCHELMORE

chr [17Mar1610/11] Buckfastleigh

bur [18Apr1616] Buckfastleigh (Robert)

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the burial records refers to Samuel's son Samuel 0722.

Generation 2

Tree 302

Generation 2

Family 0722

head  Samuel MITCHELMORE   <<<< 0721

chr [5Jun1607] Buckfastleigh

m [30Jan1634/35] Buckfastleigh, ILBERT

?bur 10Mar1638/39 Buckfastleigh

?bur 9Jun1640 Buckfastleigh

sp    Margaret ILBERT

b 1613, "5th child of William ILBERT of Horswell House, Bowringsleigh, West Alvington and Alice née HANAFORD, who had married in 1605" ~UKLIFE

m [30Jan1634/35] Buckfastleigh

dau   Maria MITCHELMORE

chr [13Sep1635] Buckfastleigh

bur 21Jan1653/54 Buckfastleigh (Mary)

dau   Juditha MITCHELMORE

chr [12Nov1637] Buckfastleigh

 

 

One of the burial records refers to Samuel's father Samuel 0721.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key to symbols and abbreviations

People

nnnn

family reference number

****

head of household, against whom other relationships are defined. This person will always be a M*CH*MORE and usually male.

>>>>

refers forward to another family where this person is head or spouse

<<<<

refers backward to another family where this person is son or daughter

??>>

possible forward reference

??<<

possible backward reference

confidential persons omitted

confidential data omitted

Dates

date

before Jul1837: date obtained from church records (usually a parish register)
from Jul1837: date obtained from civil registration certificate

[date]

date obtained from IGI

yyyy.q

date obtained from UK Civil Registration Index (year and quarter)

(date)

estimated date, usually calculated from reported age at death or in census etc. (probably accurate to within 2 years)

yyyx

estimated date, based on date of marriage, date of birth of spouse or children, etc. (probably accurate to within 5 years)

yyxx

estimated date, based on will, burial record, electoral role etc. which contains no statement of age (probably accurate to within 50 years)

Notes

(text)

at end of an entry: name spelling, when different from stated name (forenames, surname or both)

[text]

editorial comment or reference

text?

best guess at transcribing text

Keyword abbreviations

b

born

chr

christened

m

married

d

died

bur

buried or cremated

@

age

^

residence

adau*

adopted daughter

ason*

adopted son

chd

child (gender unknown)

dau

daughter

gchd

grandchild (gender unknown)

gdau

granddaughter

gson

grandson

nk

not known

sdau

stepdaughter

sp

spouse (numbered if more than one)

sson

stepson

?keyword

doubtful accuracy or applicability

* These abbreviations include cases where a M*CH*MORE wife has a child by a man who is not her husband but gives the child a M*CH*MORE surname.

Sources

Sources are indicated by a tilda (~) and a six-letter code. Apart from ~PERSON (a personal contributor), the code refers to a page of Source Data on the web site where the data may be found. The first two letters identify the country (e.g., CA for Canada, IN for India) and the last four the type of data (e.g., BUSS for Businesses). The original source is indicated on the web page.