Ancestors of Bellasis and Frame-Thomson

Fourth Generation


8. Serjeant Edward BELLASIS [scrapbook] was born in 1800 in Basildon, Berkshire. He died on 24 Jan 1873 in Hyères. Edward married Elizabeth Jane GARNETT "Eliza". [Parents]

Mr Serjeant Edward Bellasis converted to Roman Catholic Church on 28 December 1850. this was soon after his close friend, James Hope-Scott, also a leading Barrister, converted. A third close friend was Edward Badeley, who, on 12 July 1844, acted as Bellasis' "colt", or assistant, at his investiture as "Serjeant-in-Law".  Through his contribution to the Tractarian Movement at Oxford, he entered into discussions and correspondence with Blessed John Henry Newman, who held the Serjeant up as an example for others in their search for the Truth.  Together they established a lay school for Roman Catholic boys at the Birmingham Oratory.  The Serjeant's chambers in Victoria Street, Westminster, were used for the preliminary planning; and the Serjeant's two eldest sons were the first in school.  For more information, read the Memorials of Mr Serjeant Bellasis by his son Edward.

9. Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" GARNETT [scrapbook] was born in 1815. She died in 1898. [Parents]

[Child]


10. Thomas WALMESLEY [scrapbook] was born on 23 Nov 1823. He died on 3 Mar 1897. Thomas married Mary Newton Elizabeth FOXALL on 5 May 1847 in Warwick St., London.

Fought at the battle of Lilystone Hall, Stock, Essex [Parents]

11. Mary Newton Elizabeth FOXALL was born on 25 Mar 1827. She died on 26 Apr 1876. [Parents]

[Child]


12. Dr William Cooper THOMSON. William married Margaret Morrison FRAME. [Parents]

Medical missionery in West Africa.

It is not certain that William is the son of Alexander, but it is a strong possibility that he is and that he was brought up with many siblings by their uncle, William. (See also the Notes on William elder and Alexander "Greek" Thomson.)

13. Margaret Morrison FRAME was born in 1849. She died in 1873. [Parents]

[Child]


14. William MCCLYMONT was born in 1835. He died in 1883. William married Lucinda MILLER in 1863 in Buenos Aires. [Parents]

Shot by Indians near Buenos Aires

15. Lucinda MILLER was born in 1839. She died in 1923.

[Child]


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