Humphrys genealogy

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Richard Massy Yeilding, junior

Richard Massy Yeilding, junior, born 1803.
See entry in tree by Howard Yeilding.
"Richard Yielding" of Limerick city, 2nd son, is party to [Deed, 1823]. Relates to land at Belview, Co.Limerick.
"Richard Yielding junior" is listed at Upper Glentworth St, Limerick, in [Pigot's directory, 1824].
"Richard Yielding junior" is listed in [Tithe Survey, 1826-33] as holding 49 acres at Ballyphilip (Belview).
He mar 1stly to Elizabeth Eagar.
She died 1829.
He had issue by 1st wife:

  1. Richard Massy Yeilding,
    born 1825 [age 35 in 1860 census] or 1823 [age 57 in 1880 census].
    See entry in tree by "mltaylor125".
    He mar Elizabeth Papson.
    They are listed in Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 1860 census.
    They are listed in Detroit in 1880 census.
    They had issue:

    1. Elizabeth Hanna Yeilding, born 1863,
      mar George Albert Olney,
      had issue:

      1. Harry George Olney, born 1884,
        mar Martha Edith Donoghue,
        had issue:

        1. Marjorie Olney, born 1908,
          mar Kenneth Allan,
          had issue:

          1. (dau) Allan,
            mar --- Taylor,
            had issue:

            1. Alex Taylor.
              DNA match to Desmond Devitt.

Richard emigrated with brother Agar to Canada about 1830.
He mar 2ndly to Margaret Blake.
He later moved to the USA.
First lived New York, then Wisconsin, then Kansas.
He and his family founded a small settlement in 1873 in Rice County, Kansas. Called it "Glen Sharrald" (after Irish estate).
He had issue by 2nd wife:

  1. Alexander Tallis Yeilding,
    born 1838, Batavia, New York.
    He mar 1877 to Mary Agnes Greenlees and had issue:

    1. Howard Greenlees Yeilding, born 1894,
      mar Eva Frances Argabright,
      he died 1937,
      she died 1973,
      had issue:

      1. Howard Greenlees Yeilding, born 1920,
        mar Hettie Jo Sargent and had issue:

        1. Howard Yeilding.
          DNA match to Brenda Bayly and Eileen Owen and Desmond Devitt.
          Researches Yeilding genealogy.

The tree in [Foster's Royal Descents, 1886] lists the sons that went to North America.
Though it thinks they both died without legitimate issue.

"Glen Sharrald" in Farmer township, NW side of Rice County, Kansas (on border with Barton County).
From 1878 map.

"Glensharold" post office in Farmer township, Rice County, Kansas.
From 1887 map.
The township subdivisions have changed. Farmer township is now just the NW quadrant of the former Farmer township.
See wider 1887 map from here.
See satellite view of approximate location of Glen Sharrald today.
See 2001 photo from Howard Yeilding.



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