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101 IN 1901, John was a blacksmith and living with his wife, daughter and Mother-in-law at 32 Brompton Rd GREENWOOD, JOHN (I172)
 
102 In 1901, Mary is widowed and living with her married daughter BOWMAN, Mary (I37)
 
103 In 1901, Samuel was a general laborer and living with his parents SCROOP, Samuel (I15)
 
104 In 1901, Stephen is a Solicitor and living with his mother Scrope, Stephen Francis Eustacius (I1439)
 
105 In 1901, Thomas is a general labourer and living with his parents SCROOP, THOMAS (I179)
 
106 IN 1911, Stephen is a miner and living with his parents SCROOP, Stephen (I158)
 
107 Jane's surname is spelled Nucom Family F30
 
108 Joan was the widow of the Duke of York when she married Henry
 
HOLLAND, JOAN (I1022)
 
109 John Scrope, 4th Baron Scrope of Masham (c.1388 – 15 November 1455) was an English
peer, Privy Councillor and Treasurer of England.
He was the fourth son of Stephen le Scrope, 2nd Baron Scrope of Masham and Margery,
daughter of John Welles, 4th Lord Welles. He inherited his title in 1415 when his elder brother
Henry Scrope, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham was executed for his part in the Southampton
Plot.[1]
In 1424 he was knighted, made a Privy Councillor and appointed to Commissions of the Peace of
Essex, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire. He was on the Council of Regency for the
young Henry VI. In 1426 he had the attainder on his title reversed, bought back the Scrope lands
confiscated (and granted to other knights in the meantime) following his brother's execution, and
was summoned (restored to the Barony) to the House of Lords.[1]
In 1428 he acted as an Ambassador to the Pope, the King of Spain and the King of The Romans,
and then to Scotland in 1429. In 1432 he was appointed Lord High Treasurer of England (until
1423). He again acted as ambassador, to the Grand Master of the Order of St John of Jerusalem
in Rhodes in 1435 and the Archbishop of Cologne in 1439.
He died 15 November 1455 and was buried in the Scrope Chapel in York Minster. He had
married twice; firstly Maud Greystoke, daughter of Sir John Greystoke and secondly Elizabeth
Chaworth, the daughter of Sir Thomas Chaworth, of Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, with whom he
had three sons and five daughters. he was succeeded by his third son, Thomas 
SCROOPE, John 4th Baron of Masham (I1043)
 
110 John Sutton, 1st Baron Dudley
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=0ecfd6fd-96a1-4a3c-ac86-97edff687d46&tid=7331302&pid=-1115657518 
Sutton de Dudley, Sir John (I816)
 
111 Knighted in 1497
 
BOYNTON, HENRY (I995)
 
112 Lady Beatrice Anne Savile was born on 25 June 1910.1 She was the daughter of John Henry Savile, 6th Earl of Mexborough of Lifford and Hon. Margaret Eva de Burgh Knatchbull-Hugessen.1 She married Ralph Henry Scrope, son of Henry Aloysius Scrope and Maria Mercedes de Laski, on 14 June 1934.3 She died on 29 December 1973 at age 63.1
      From 14 June 1934, her married name became Scrope.3 The Peerage 
Saville, Beatrice A (I1531)
 
113 LDS Medieval Unit had a death date of May 10, 1576 SCROPE, John (I1106)
 
114 Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Henry Scroope late of Ballystanly Roscrea County Tipperary Esquire deceased who died 25 October 1873 at same place were granted at the Principal registry to Henry Scroope of Mallow County Cork Gentlermanand Charles Scroope of ballystanly aforesaid Gentleman the Sons of Said deceased. Effects under 6,000 Pounds Scroope, Henry (I903)
 
115 License obtained 22 Oct 1804 Family F547
 
116 Margaret became a nun at Barking Scrope, Margaret (I1190)
 
117 Marriage was witnessed by John George Farmer and Rachel Farmer. Samuel's profession was miner. Samuel was 37 and Emma 25. Family F3
 
118 May have been 1825 BOWMAN, Mary (I37)
 
119 Named in father's will Scrope, Anne (I1196)
 
120 Occupation - City Fireman Scroope, Henry John Jr (I1661)
 
121 Occupation - Clerk Scroope, Frederick William (I1472)
 
122 Occupation - Clerk Purcell, Hannah Victoria (I1680)
 
123 Occupation - Hotel Porter Scroope, Henry John (I1471)
 
124 Of Bentley, Weighton and Langley Scrope, Richard (I144)
 
125 Or 1147 Scrope, Robert (I102)
 
126 or 1662 Family F477
 
127 Peter died while serving in the RAF in Gibralter

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Peter died while serving in the RAF in Gibralter
 
Ford, Peter (I51)
 
128 Scroope, William ??SCROOPE, William Gervase (Bill). January 27, 2010 Of Chatswood, formerly Casino. Beloved husband of Nancy. Loved father of Paula, Elizabeth, Helen, Jane, Megan (deceased), Kathryn and John (deceased). Grandfather of Simon, Scroope, William Gervase (I1588)
 
129 Served in the wars of Scotland and France SCROPE, Sir William (I450)
 
130 Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Original data: Cemetery transcriptions compiled from various local family history societies. Name of compiler is provided for each record.
Description:
This data collection contains tombstone transcriptions from several cemeteries in Australia. Information collected from burial registers or funeral records
was sometimes also used. The entire collection covers deaths from 1808-2007. However, years covered for each area/cemetery will vary 
Source (S97)
 
131 Summoned Oct 20 to Nov 23 1403 Scrope, Roger Le 2nd Lord Bolton (I89)
 
132 Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this
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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. 
Source (S88)
 
133 The 1881 census gives Emma's birth place as Denaby, Yorks.
The 1901 census gives her birth place as Anston, Yorks.
In 1901, Emma was working as a domestic servant for the Dallas family at 17 Hardock Sq., Ecclesall, Yorkshire

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The 1901 census gives her birth place as Anston, Yorks.
In 1901, Emma was working as a domestic servant for the Dallas family at 17 Hardock Sq., Ecclesall, Yorkshire
IN 1911, Emma is living with her husband and 4 children 
Farmer, Emma (I16)
 
134 The family was living at 1 Halifax Terrace at the time of Helen's birth


1 LVG

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The family was living at 1 Halifax Terrace at the time of Helen`s birth
1 LVG
 
Scroop, Helen (I20)
 
135 Thirteenth Earl of Oxford DE VERE, JOHN (I1013)
 
136 This included a 12 page family tree tracing the Bolton and Masham lines from Osborn Scrope to the present Source (S66)
 
137 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S52)
 
138 Transcriptions are available at FamilySearch.org , Ancestry.com , FreeBMD and several other websites Source (S15)
 
139 Tuesday, 23rd February—The schooner Margaret, 49 tons, George Clinch, master, from Launceston. Passengers—Henry Scroop, Henry Bentley, John Davis, Mr Sykes, Mr P. Hyde, James McCole, Wm Harwood, W. Parslowe, Abraham Lighting, William Dickson, John Bench, John Miller, William Charlton, John Gay, George Moran, Joseph Dobson, Sarah Dobson, Thomas Townsend.
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1846 'ADELAIDE SHIPPING.', Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), 28 February, p. 8, viewed 27 January, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article158921900 
Scroop, Henry (I957)
 
140 Twin to Benjamin Scroope, John (I1482)
 
141 US Navy - WWII Scroope, Robert (I1695)
 
142 US Navy - WWII Scroope, Mary (I1821)
 
143 US Navy = Sea 2 - WWII Scroope, Henry John Jr (I1661)
 
144 Visitation gives a marriage date of 1538 Family F403
 
145 Vital records—records of births, marriage, and death—are the basic building blocks of family history research, and this database features some of the most comprehensive indexes available of historical Australian birth records. These indexes were created by Australian registrar's offices after civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths became law in the mid 19th century. Exactly when civil registration took effect varied by colony or territory as follows:
Tasmania — 1838
Western Australia — 1841
South Australia — 1842
Victoria — 1853
New South Wales — 1856
Queensland — 1856 (before 1856, see NSW)
Northern Territory — 1870 (1856–1863, see NSW; 1863–1870 see SA)

However, these dates do not reflect the earliest dates for Australian birth records. Church records predate civil registration, and as registrar's offices assumed responsibility for registration, they requested copies of earlier church records to incorporate into their collections. Thus, this database includes indexes that may go back even further for the following colonies:
New South Wales — 1788
Tasmania — 1803
Queensland — 1829
Victoria — 1836

While these collections make up some of the most important indexes of early Australian birth records, they are not necessarily 100 percent complete—compliance to registration laws, of course, varied, and Australia’s vast distances complicated most any record-keeping effort. In this collection records are available for the following span of years:
New South Wales — 1788-1910
Northern Territory — 1870-1910
Queensland — 1829-1910, 1915-1919
South Australia — 1842-1922
Tasmania — 1803-1910
Victoria — 1836-1910
Western Australia — 1841-1905
Searching the Records
Because some later colonies, territories, and states grew out of earlier ones, their history comes into play when searching for vital records. For example, you would look for your Northern Territory ancestor in New South Wales from 1856 to 1863 and South Australia from 1863 through 1870.
These records are indexes; they do not include images of actual birth records. They can be searched by: name, birth year, birthplace, father’s name, mother’s name.
The index may also include birth date, registration year and place, and page, volume, entry, and registration number.
With the information from the indexes, you can order a copy of the record from the appropriate registry office. While these records vary in the information they contain, depending on when they were created, you might find:
Name
Birth date
Birthplace
Gender
Parents’ names, ages, and birthplaces
Year and place of parents’ marriage
Number and gender of prior children or mention of multiple births
Informant 
Source (S76)
 
146 Was at the battle of Flodden
Summoned 1514 to 1529 
SCROPE, Henry Le 7th Lord Scroope of Bolton (I1088)
 
147 Was at the siege of York with John 5th Lord Scrope of Bolton
 
SCROPE, Thomas 5th Baron of Masham (I1137)
 
148 Was never Summoned.

** Richard was only 10 when his father died. Became a wardof Ralph Neville, 1st Earl ofWestmoreland He fought at Agincourt 1415. Killed at siege of Rouen 1420.Margaret’s sister was Cecily Neville who married the Duke of York
father toEdward IV, the Duke of Clarence and Richard III 
Scrope, Richard 3rd Lord Bolton (I87)
 
149 Wikipedia
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=153a3341-c170-49f8-9747-61f1cb7b4139&tid=7331302&pid=-1115657981 
Sutton Dudley, Sir Edmund (I829)
 
150 William de Ros, 2nd Baron de Ros
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=9ee3ba50-4836-461d-9199-2f19ad587302&tid=7331302&pid=-1113312054 
De Ros, William (I452)
 

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