Humphry Willyams

aged 80
James Willyams
Ann Champion
  1. Ellen Frances Neynoe,
    1. James Neynoe Vivian Willyams, b , d
    2. Ellen Anne Willyams, b
    3. Charlotte Dorothea Willyams, b c 
    4. Humphry John Willyams, b , d
    5. Edward William Brydges Willyams, b , d
    6. Arthur Champion Phillips Willyams, b
Arms of Willyams of Carnanton
Arms of Willyams of Carnanton
Argent a fess chequy gules and vert between three griffins’ heads erased of the third, each gorged with a ducal coronet or.
  1. Burke, John. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol IV p 35. , London, Henry Colburn.
  2. Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 1119. , London, Harrison & Sons.
  3. Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 627. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co.
  4. Burke, Bernard, Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, vol II p 2229. 8th edition, , London, Harrison & Sons.
  1. Griffin’s head erased from Griffin’s Head Erased (2) based on De Walden, Howard (ed). Banners Standards and Badges (a Tudor manuscript in the College of Arms), p 267, from an original by Thomas Willement.
  2. Ducal coronet from Spedona
Pedigree of Willyams of Carnanton
Truro, Cathedral Church of St Mary
  1. SMs4. St Mary’s aisle 3, , two lights,
    a. Mary Magdalene anoints Christ’s head
    b. Visiting the sick
Mawgan-in-Pydar, St Mawgan (and St Nicholas)
  1. South Chapel east, , five lights, Events after the Resurrection, leading up to the Ascension.
    2. Christ ascends into heaven with angels; apostles beneath
    1a. Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep” 1b. Thomas reaches out to touch the wound in Christ’s side 1c. Noli me tangere 1d. Cleopas and Peter meet Christ on the road to Emmaus 1e. Supper at Emmaus: Christ is made known in the breaking of the bread
  1. Baptism, Cornwall OPC Baptisms.
  2. Marriage at the Abbey Church, Bath, of Humphry Willyams, only son of James Willyams of Carnanton, Cornwall, and Ellen Frances Neynoe, daughter of Col William Brydges Neynoe of Castle Neynoe, County Sligo, Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette p 3, Oxford Journal p 3. Exeter Flying Post p 3 (gives date of marriage as Monday ; no such day in : Monday was 14th January).
  3. Death, Cornubian and Redruth Times p 5. Death of Humphry Willyams, aged 80, registered in Apr–Jun , Westminster district, vol 1a, p 267. GRO, FreeBMD. GRO and FreeBMD give first name as Humphry.
  4. Date of death from Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 628. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co.
  5. Pedigree of Willyams of Carnanton. Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 628. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co. Gives date of marriage.