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151 Inventory of John Welbank, yeoman, 1662

corn and hay, kine, a spinning wheel, etc
wife Elizabeth gets the house and one close called Hungrille Pasture for life, then it goes to nephew John. 
Welbank, John (I1043)
152 Isabel daughter of Robert in parish records Welbancke, Isabel (I1079)
153 James Welbank, son of Christopher, late apprentice of Henry King, citizen and Vintner of London, was made a freeman of the Mayoralty of Charles Price Esq., Mayor, 15th June 1803.

This is to certify that on the 6th October 1802 James Welbank late apprentice to Henry King, Citizen and Vintner of London, was admitted into the Freedom of the Worshipful Company of Vintners in right of his said Apprenticeship. As by the Books of the said company appears.  
Welbank, James (I028)
154 Jane Welbank buried, born 1780. This record could refer to her. Sadler, Jane (I755)
155 John Welbank (brother?) was a witness Family: Thomas Carr / Mary Welbank (F21)
156 John's Will, 1732, gives £420 to younger son Robert and the residue to eldest son William. Twins William and john (1703) presumably died in infancy.  Welbank, John (I1006)
157 Knocked down by motor truck Welbanks, Marshall Edgar (I1717)
158 Lived in Camberwell after mother remarried to William Welbank. Welbank, Mary Ann Eliza (I017)
159 living child or children Family: Mark Fogg-Elliot / Barbara Mollie Stiles-Webb (F402)
160 Living in the next house to John Stephen in 1931, so is he a son? On the other hand John's obituary only mentions a wife and siblings. Welbank, William (I1209)
161 living with his grandfather Robert and mother Anne Hullah in 1911 census. Cole, Harry (I994)
162 living with son James and his wife Charlotte, or possibly her daughter Charlotte. Dobson, Ann (I770)
163 London Evening Standard, 21 Oct 1905 Family: Lieut Hugh George Stiles-Webb, RAMC, LRCP, MRCS / Vera Welbank Mitchell (F288)
164 Lost his life in collision Leach, Rufus Earl (I1285)
165 Mabel was the sister of his brother William's wife. Family: Thomas Welbank Fowle / Mabel Jane Isaacs (F312)
166 Marriage: Richard William Welbank to Alice Marian Pike
Date: 2nd June 1879
Place: The Presbyterian Church, Norwich Cert.189
Richard William Welbank , age 24, bachelor
Rank or Profession: Engineer
Residence: 7 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich
Father: Richard Welbank (deceased)
Father's Rank or Profession: Stationer
Alice Marian Pike, age 20, spinster
Rank or Profession: Confectioners Assistant
Residence: 3 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich
Father: James Colby Pike
Father's Rank or Profession: Shoe Manufacturer

James C Pike
Mary Ann Eliza Welbank
C E Stannard

A double wedding with Alice's elder sister Helen Elizabeth Greaves. 
Family: Richard William Welbank / Alice Marian Pike (F004)
167 Mary Dawson was Christopher's cousin once removed, the granddaughter of his father's sister Ann. She was 24 and he was 45. She was the only living child of her father and due to inherit quite a lot of property. Her father was a witness to the wedding, so presumably approved of the groom.
Her father, grandfather and brother had all been called Edward Dawson; her brother had died in childhood. Her first son was Edward Dawson Welbank and a grandson was Edward Dawson Welbank Mitchell. 
Family: Christopher Welbank / Mary Dawson (F175)
168 Mary Wellbank buried: abode - workhouse in Newbiggin. Possibly child of Fortune. Welbanks (I781)
169 Mary Wellbank, widow Pennestone, Mary (I698)
170 measles. Grave 2108, listed as Elizabeth Welbalk Wellbank, Elizabeth (I1398)
171 Memorial at St Nicholas Crossley, Ann (I53)
172 Memorial in Arkengarthdale Church

In Memory of
the Revd John Gilpin
of Sedbury in the Norrth Riding of Yorkshire
a Magistrate for the Counties of York and Durham
and sometime Vicar of Stockton Upon Tees
He married Jemima, youngest daughter of
George Brown of Stockton, Esquire
and on the demise of her brother
became connected with the
Manor and Estate of Arkengarthdale
of the distribution of the wealth
thus committed to his trust
he followed the example of his predecessor
by zealously promoting
the spiritual and temporal wellbeing
of his tenants and the other
inhabitants of the parish.
He supported on a liberal scale
all the voluntary charities established by his brother-in-law
and expended a considerable sum in improving
and ornamenting this church.
His whole conduct was influenced
by a strict adherence to Christian principles,
and he was highly esteemed for his kind and benevolent disposition,
and the undeviating uprightness of his character. 
Gilpin, Rev John (I93)
173 Meriel Welbank of Hatton Garden (from parish register) Welbank, Meriel (I534)
174 Mother's name is Greaves, but she doesn't appear in the 1939 register where Lawrence and Susan are living with her parents. Moxon, Brenda (I1420)
175 Nicholas Ruston, Seamer.
Some family trees have identified the couple as ancestors.
Some of the children might have been born to another Nicholas Ruston who is local, given the different birthplaces. 
Family: Nicholas Ruston / Mary Welbank (F306)
176 Notice in Yorkshire Gazette 26 Jun 1847 Welbank, William (I593)
177 obituary 25 Feb 2006 Welbanks, Arthur Wallace (I1639)
178 occupation: Tanner Fulcher, Thomas (I159)
179 of Fullwood Rents, St Andrews, Holborn.
Will dated 1790, prov. 1st May 1796 [PCC 256 HARRIS] 
Knapp, Richard (I453)
180 of St James, Westminster
Will: dat. 1794 Aug 15, prov. 1797 Oct 2 [PCC 649? EXETER] 
Knapp, Catherine ? (I454)
181 old age, 86 yrs
widow of Robert Welbank, cooper 
Gray, Elizabeth (I1308)
182 on Happy Return, sailing from Whitby to Sunderland Wellbank, Thomas (I628)
183 outlived her brother George as she is mentioned in his Will. Brown, Margaret (I97)
184 Oxford Times, 17 Jan 1903 Fowle, Thomas Welbank (I547)
185 parents Thomas, sailor, and Mary Wellbank, Mary (I866)
186 parish record book, 1776 no 178 Family: William Welbank / Jemima Jones (F159)
187 Paver's marriage licences Family: John Welbank / Jane Jackson (F15)
188 personal estate £12,626 Bray, Thomas Blakeway (I77)
189 Plaque in Arkengarthdale Church Brown, Jemima (I92)
190 Platina under Thomas Wellbank sailed from London to Adelaide 26 Sep 1838 with 105 settlers, arriving on 9 Feb 1839. His father apparently sailed the Whitby transporting female convicts to Sydney which left Dublin in Feb 1839, so this must have been his son's voyage. Wellbank, Thomas (I867)
191 Possible that Thomas married Margaret before he came to England around 1783, and she is the wife he talks about in his 1785 petition.

Jean Welbanks Gemmell Minhinick was born in 1903 and brought up by her maternal grandparents (Hiram Welbanks and Esther) who had been born before 1850. She wrote ("At Home in Upper Canada") that they told her that their grandparents had left Poughkeepsie and the city of Philadelphia around 1783 and gone to Prince Edward County.

Family: Thomas Welbank, Ontario pioneer / Margaret LaRue (F284)
192 Possibly a different George, as it would be unusual to marry at 20 and he is quite a long way from Boroughbridge Family: George Catterson / Jane Harrison (F286)
193 presumably one of the Boroughbridge Welbanks?  Family: Welbank / Dorothy Catterson (F287)
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, John Andrew (I054)
195 probably great-grandson of Sir Richard
member of the Inner Temple in 1700
serjeant at law in 1723 
Hawkins, Serjeant William (I302)
196 Probate to Lionel Matthews, his nephew. Mitchell, John Patterson (I1428)
197 Rector Higham Gobion Hawkins, Francis (I380)
198 register number 5642 Woodward, Sophia Clarissa (I016)
199 Richard and Alice appear to have lived at 7 Alexandra Road, Heigham, Norwich after their marriage in 1879, at least until 1883, although there seems to be toing and froing from the Broughton Road, Banbury residence. Richard attended a Presbyterian training course in Nottingham at one point. Four of the children did not survive.

Richard William invented and manufactured the 'Welbank Boilerette'; a device for cooking vegetables without large quantities of water. One of his Boilerettes can be seen in the Science Museum, London.

He built the devices at his works in North Newington, Banbury. As a keen Presbyterian, he maintained a printing press at the works and sold the devices accompanied by printed religious tracts.

Welbank, Richard William (I008)
200 Richard has a codicil in 1844 in which he only mentions her sister. Scott, Caroline (I75)

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