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Dr Alexander Bell Filson  1797--1866  married Jane Dalzell and moved into 8 Ferry St. Portaferry in 1810.

Title :       Date of Death :    27 October 1866
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    10 January 1867
Forename :    Alexander Bell    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects under £6,000
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The Will (with one Codicil) of Alexander Bell Filson late of Portaferry County Down Doctor in Medicine deceased who died 27 October 1866 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of John Warnock of Downpatrick in said County Solicitor one of the Executors.
his 5 page will mentions his wife and 8 children

His wife Jane received 1/4 share of the income of estate for her sole use the remaining 3/4 to his 5 daughters while they still lived at home with their mum.

Son John Filson £400

Son Alexander Filson [SANDY] his full medical education fees + £200

Son Robert Filson already provided for.

http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=9488.
Residents of a house 1 in Ballyfrench (Ballyhalbert, Down) 1901
Mc Fadden   Hugh   38   Male   Head of Family   Prespetarin   Down   Farmer   Read and write      Married   
FILSON   Robert   81   Male   Uncle   Prespetarin   Down   Bordar   Read and write      Widower   
Mc Fadden   Jane   40   Female   Wife   Prespetarin   Down   Seamsterss   Cannot redd      Married

Daughters.
ISABELLA FILSON  died a spinster

Title :       Date of Death :    20 January 1896
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    5 June 1896
Forename :    Isabella Maria    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £1,230
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Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Isabella Maria Filson late of Portaferry County Down Spinster who died 20 January 1896 at Belfast were granted at Belfast to Mary Filson of Portaferry Spinster the Sister.

MARY FILSON  died a spinster

CATHERINE FILSON  married David Carmichael he died 1885

REBECCA FILSON married 23-6- 1864 Valentine Bell and her previously entitlements to a share of the estate ceased but she got a marriage settlement of £500.

SARAH FILSON married Rev Wm. Young son of Thomas Young Coach-builder & Mary Ann Moffat Co. Antrim. She has married and got a marriage settlement

Record Type   Civil Marriage
Date of Marriage   2 Jun 1869
Groom Name   William YOUNG
Bride Name   Sarah FILSON
Church   Portaferry Presbyterian Church
Parish   Ballyphilip
Civil District   Downpatrick
County   Down

Sarah & Rev William Young moved to Sidgley Bank Kersal Manchester. They had a famous son called ALEXANDER BELL FILSON YOUNG who used to spend summer holidays in 8 Ferry Street.

Title :       Date of Death :    28 June 1888
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    8 August 1888
Forename :    Jane    Reseal Date :     NEE Jane Dalzell
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £802 12s. 4d.
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The Will of Jane Filson late of Portaferry County Down Widow who died 28 June 1888 at same place was proved at Belfast by the Reverend William Young B.A. of Sidgley Bank Kersal Manchester Presbyterian Minister the surviving Executor.[ Her son-in-law.]

Her 2 page will leaves everything to her 2 unmarried daughters Isabella & Mary Filson.

Witnesses R J Glass Portaferry & R E Greer Portaferry

Executors David Carmichael JP Millisle husband of her daughter Catherine
Rev. William Young formally of Co Antrim. her son-in-law;  husband of her daughter Sarah.

Title :       Date of Death :    12 April 1885
Surname :    Carmichael    Date of Grant :    4 January 1886
Forename :    David    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £618 18s. 6d.
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The Will of David Carmichael formerly of Millisle near Donaghadee County Down and late of 21 College-gardens Belfast Merchant who died 12 April 1885 at latter place was proved at Belfast by William Carmichael of Rathmona Millerhill near Donaghadee Merchant the surviving Executor.

His wife is Catherine Jane nee Filson
They had a daughter Amy who worked in India as a missionary.
http://www.amycarmichael.org
Executors Brother William Carmichael & Dr. Alexander Filson P/ferry.

Title :       Date of Death :    6 March 1907
Surname :    Carmichael    Date of Grant :    4 December 1907
Forename :    William    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £32
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Probate of the Will of William Carmichael late of Millisle Donaghadee County Down Merchant who died 6 March 1907 at Lismore Windsor-avenue Belfast granted at Belfast to William Service Workman Ship Owner.
Wife is Jane Workman sister of William Service Workman.

SEE THIS LINK
http://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?topic=9619.0


WILL OF SANDY FILSON who MARRIED MARY WARNOCK DAUG. OF JOHN SOLICITOR

Title :       Date of Death :    28 June 1882
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    27 November 1882
Forename :    Alexander    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £2,321 17s. 7d.
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The Will of Alexander Filson late of Portaferry County Down M.D. deceased who died 28 June 1882 at same place was proved at Belfast by David Carmichael of Millisle in said County Esquire J.P. one of the Executors.

His full 2 page will mentions his wife MARY Filson & appoints her & David Carmichael & John Warnock, Ballywhite, [HIS FATHER IN LAW] as guardians of his children. No names mentioned.

SANDY'S WIFE MARY nee WARNOCK

Title :       Date of Death :    3 April 1915
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    18 August 1915
Forename :    Mary    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £2,335 1s. 10d.
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Probate of the Will of Mary Filson late of Portaferry County Down Widow who died 3 April 1915 granted at Belfast to Thomas A. Warnock Esquire J.P. and James Clelland Esquire.

The follwing link explains something about their sons although the wife was Mary and not Jane.

http://filsonyoung.com/biography/part-7-making-airwaves-1924-30/39-divorce-and-murder/
Filson YOUNGS’s mother SARAH’s youngest brother Alexander ‘Sandy’ Filson, a keen yachtsman, had succeeded their father in his practice as a Portaferry GP but died, probably of cancer, still under forty in 1883. When his wife Jane (née Warnock, another Portaferry family) died after falling on the ferry slipway and breaking her hip [check] in 1915,
the Filson family was extinct in Portaferry despite her parents-in-law having produced eight children and at least thirteen grandchildren. All had either died or left Ireland. Sandy and Jane’s two sons grew up in Portaferry but later headed for India where the elder, James, joined the police and the younger, Alexander Bell Filson (known as Alec), after ‘a disturbed childhood and a chequered career’, lost a leg as a private soldier. Returning to England, Alec found work with a firm of chartered accountants in Cheapside, eventually becoming a partner, but caused a social scandal in the family by marrying a barmaid called Bess. It was a happy marriage, but Bess died of throat cancer in 1925, after which Alec lost his job and partnership in the accountancy firm, remaining an out-of-work single parent at Barnes, with a 17 year-old son at Westminster School and daughters of 14 and 9. There is no evidence that the snobbish Filson had any contact with this family at all, though he must have known of their existence. On the afternoon of Saturday 15 January 1927, Alec’s elder brother James Filson took his own 11 year-old son Andy to watch a rugby international at Twickenham.

As they were returning to London afterwards in a crowded train, Andy read in the Evening Standard that his Uncle Alec had murdered all three of his children and then killed himself. [need the Evg Standard account of Sat 15 Jan 1927 here] His father James was separated from him in the crowded train, so the boy waited until the train reached London, then said, ‘Dad, there’s something about Uncle Alec in the paper.’ ‘Has he got an honour?’ ‘No. Look.’ It had been planned that Andy would go and stay with Alec’s family in a few months’ time. (82)

“A genealogical history of the Savage family in Ulster; being a revision and enlargement of certain chapters of ‘The Savages of the Ards,” (1906)
Page 294
“Priestown became the property of Sir J. B. Savage on the death of his first-cousin Henry ‘in the year 1843 Priestown was sold by the Savage family to James Warnock,
of Portaferry, on whose death it became the property of his brother, John Warnock, of Ballywhite House, Portaferry, the late possessor.’--Note to Appendix II, of the ‘Echlin Memoirs,’ p. 63, by the Rev. J. R. Echlin, or Ardkeen (Second Edition)”

JAMES WARNOCK BOUGHT PRIESTOWN AND ON HIS DEATH IT PASSED TO HIS BROTHER JOHN
ACCORDING TO THE GRAVE BELOW THIS IS HOW I UNDERSTAND THE FAMILY.

JAMES WARNOCK B 1744 M ELIZABETH ?? B 1738
THEIR FAMILY
JANE NEE WARNOCK McGIBBON BORN 1779 WIFE OF JOSEPH B 1770
WILLIAM WARNOCK MERCHANT  BORN 1767 M MARY ??  BORN 1774

FAMILY OF WILLIAM  died 25 Nov. 1853 age 86 yrs & MARY WARNOCK [MERCHANT]
WILLIAM WARNOCK BORN 1797
JAMES BROWN WARNOCK BORN 1797 WHO BOUGHT PRIESTOWN IN 1843
JOHN WARNOCK WHOSE 1ST WIFE MARGARETTA died 23 June 1867 age 50 yrs. BORN 1817. JOHN IS BURIED IN 2 GRAVE THE 4TH SON OF WILLIAM
ELIZA WARNOCK died 8 Jan. 1879 age 76 yrs.** SEE WILL BELOW
MARGARET WARNOCK  6 June 1889 age 84 yrs.

PORTAFERRY GRAVEYARD

WARNOCK
Erec. by William Warnock of Portaferry Merchant, in memory of his wife Mary Warnock who died 23 Aug 1846 age 72 years. BORN 1774
Also his sister Jane McGIBBON who died 30 May 1804 age 25 yrs.
Also his brother-in-law Joseph McGibbon who died 20th June 1806 aged 36 yrs.
His father James Warnock who died 16 March 1807 age 63 yrs. BORN 1744
His mother Elizabeth Warnock who died 10 Feb. 1808 age 70 yrs.
His son William Warnock who died at Ballywhite 2 July 1834 age 37 yrs. BORN 1797
William Warnock Merchant, died 25 Nov. 1853 age 86 yrs. BORN 1767
His son James Brown Warnock who died 19 Feb. 1856 age 59 yrs. BORN 1797
Margaretta wife of John Warnock died 23 June 1867 age 50 yrs. BORN 1817
Eliza Warnock daughter of William Warnock died 8 Jan. 1879 age 76 yrs.**
Margaret Warnock daughter of William Warnock who died 6 June 1889 age 84 yrs.

WARNOCK
In loving memory of John Warnock of Ballywhite 4th son of William Warnock born 23 Jun 1811 died 22 Dec. 1891.
Rachel Warnock youngest daughter of the late William Warnock born 15 May 1818 died 18 Dec. 1893.
Ann Warnock widow of John Warnock born 4 April 1820 died 15 Feb. 1907.
Sarah Ann Warnock daughter of late William Warnock born 4 June 1815 died 18 Jun 1916.

ACCORDING TO JOHN WARNOCK'S WILL HE MARRIED ANN SMYTH IN 1874 I THINK THIS WAS HIS 2ND WIFE AND MARGARETTA WHO DIED 23 June 1867 age 50 yrs. BORN 1817  HIS 1ST. WIFE SEE 1ST GRAVE ABOVE

Title :       Date of Death :    6 January 1879
Surname :    Warnock    Date of Grant :    27 June 1879
Forename :    Eliza    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects under £800
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Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Eliza Warnock **late of Portaferry County Down Spinster deceased who died 6 January 1879 at same place were granted at Belfast to John Warnock of Ballywhite (Portaferry) same County Solicitor a Brother of said deceased.

Title :  Date of Death : 18 December 1893
Surname : Warnock Date of Grant : 27 May 1895
Forename : Rachel Reseal Date :  
Registry : Belfast Effects : Effects £780 6s. 10d.
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Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Rachel Warnock late of Portaferry County Down Spinster who died 18 December 1893 at same place were granted at Belfast to Sarah Anne Warnock of Portaferry Spinster the Sister.

Title :  Date of Death : 18 June 1916
Surname : Warnock Date of Grant : 26 July 1916
Forename : Sarah Anne Reseal Date :  
Registry : Belfast Effects : Effects £665 17s. 3d.
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Probate of the Will of Sarah Anne Warnock late of Portaferry County Down Spinster who died 18 June 1916 granted at Belfast to Thomas A. Warnock Esquire J.P.

Residents of a house 7 in Market Square (Ards Upper, Down) Portaferry 1901

Warnock   Sarah Ann   75   Female   Head of Family   Presbyterian   Portaferry, Co Down   Derives Income from Interest Money   Read and write      Not Married   BORN 1826
McGrath   Margaret   40   Female   Servant   Roman Catholic   Co Down   Domestic Servant   Read      Not Married

Title :       Date of Death :    22 December 1891
Surname :    Warnock    Date of Grant :    19 February 1892
Forename :    John    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £5,467 12s. 2d.
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The Will of John Warnock late of Ballywhite County Down Solicitor who died 22 December 1891 at same place was proved at Belfast by Thomas A. Warnock of Portaferry and Hamilton W. Warnock of Ballywhite Esquires both in said County two of the Executors.

John Warnock's 3 page will mentions:

His wife is Ann Warnock nee Smyth. (according to her will; she leaves £500 to nephew Morris Smyth son of her brother Davey, now Capt. in the Royal Navy
£500 to his brother Harrold Smyth.)

& 3 Sons
Thomas Archibald Warnock; Hamilton Wallace Warnock; & William Warnock living abroad; as executors whereas under the agreement for settlement dated 10/7/1874 executed by my said dear wife & myself before, and in contemplation, of our marriage my wife is entitled exclusively during her life to all my property at Ballywhite.  

1 Daughter Mary Filson wife of DR. Alexander (Sandy) Filson.

Residents of a house 3 in Ballywhite (Ards Upper, Down) 1901

Gilston   Sarah   63   Female   Cousin   Presbyterian   Co Down      Can read and write      Widow   
Warnock   Anne   80   Female   Head of Family   Irish Church   Co Tyrone      Can read and write      Widow   
Fitzsimmons   Margaret   42   Female   Servant   Roman Catholic   Co Down   Cook   Can read and write      Not Married   
Arnold   Rose   39   Female   Servant   Roman Catholic   Co Down   General Servt Domestic   Can read and write      Not Married

Title :       Date of Death :    15 February 1907
Surname :    Warnock    Date of Grant :    4 May 1907
Forename :    Anne    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £18,728 19s.
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Probate of the Will (and two Codicils) of Anne Warnock late of Ballywhite County Down Widow who died 15 February 1907 granted at Belfast to Percy Stanley Druitt Colonel (retired) and Anne Mande Mary Tomlinson Married Woman.

6 Page will
 £5,000 to her nephew Percy Stanley Druitt  & his sister Anne Maud Tomlinson wife of Col William Winslow Tomlinson  children of her sister Mary all her household goods, carriages, livestock etc.
£500 to nephew Morris Smyth son of her brother Davey, now Capt. in the Royal Navy
£500 to his brother Harrold Smyth.
£165 each to Anna Halle; & Jane Chapmon;  daughters of her sister Margaret.
£2,500 to niece Sarah Gelston, daughter of her sister Margaret
£1,165 to Eliza McClelland wife of Andrew McClelland solicitor, Bandbridge.
£1,165 to their daughter Marjory McClelland
£500 to Mable Druitt grand-daughter of my sister Essey & daughter of my nephew Arthur Druitt at age 21 or her marriage whichever falls first.
£200 to my grand niece Sarah Gelton now residing with me.
£100 to 2 granddaughters of Mrs McNiece of Ballykeel and I do so in accordance with a request made to me by the late Miss Dunbar to whose dear brother Hugh Dunbar their grandaughters had been of great assistance.
£20 for the upkeep of the Dunbar Momuent in the Uniterian Church graveyard Bandbrige.

Title :    Mr    Date of Death :    13 October 1935
Surname :    Warnock    Date of Grant :    18 December 1936
Forename :    Thomas Archibald    Reseal Date :    17 February 1936
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £1050 19s 2d
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Warnock Thomas Archibald of The Brae Kenilworth Road Bridge of Allan died 13 October 1935 Probate Stirling 18 December 1935 to Andrew Millar Bannatyne LL.D. and James Coats solicitors. Effects in Northern Ireland £1050 19s. 2d. Re-sealed Belfast 17 February.

Residents of a house 7 in New Row (Ards Upper, Down) 1901  P/ferry

Warnock   Thomas A   50   Male   Head of Family   Church of Ireland   Coy Down   J Estate Agent   Read and write      Married   
Warnock   Hamilton A   43   Male    Brother   Church of Ireland   Coy Down   Architect   Read and write      Not Married   
Williamson   Agnes L   35   Female   Servant   Presbyterian   Coy Down   General Servant Domestic   Read and write      Not Married   
Whitaker   Annie   22   Female   Servant   Church of Ireland   Coy Cavan   Cook Domestic Servant   Read and write      Not Married   
Johnston   Margaret   15   Female   Servant   Church of Ireland   Coy Down   Housemaid-Domestic Servant   Read and write      Not Married   
Warnock   Mary   36   Female   Wife   Church of Ireland   London   Read and write   
Married

Residents of a house 6 in Dooey (Quintin, Down) 1901

Warnock Isabella 13 Female Daughter Presbyterian Co Down Scholar Read and write English Not Married
Warnock John 50 Male Head of Family Presbyterian Co Down Sailor Read and write English Married
Warnock Hugh 21 Male Son Presbyterian Co Down Joiner Read and write English Not Married  
Warnock Mary 50 Female Wife Presbyterian Co Down Seamstress Read and write English Married


Residents of a house 70 in Main Street (Kircubbin, Down) 1901
FILSON   Isabella   68   Female   Boarder   Presbyterian   Down   Annuatant   Read      Not Married   
McClements   Jane   31   Female   Head of Family   Presbyterian   Down   Seamstress   Read and write      Married   
McClements   Samuel   8   Male   Son   Presbyterian   Down   Scholar   Read and write      Not Married   
Doherty   Sarah   20   Female   Visitor   R Catholic   Down   Seamstress   Read and write      Not Married


Title :    Mr    Date of Death :    25 April 1943
Surname :    Filson    Date of Grant :    8 November 1943
Forename :    John    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £417 17s 9d
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Filson John of Glastry Kircubbin county Down retired farmer died 25 April 1943 Probate Belfast 8 November to John Rea builder. Effects £417 17s. 9d.
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