Re: Phillip Albert Larbalestier
First of all, apologies for the long delay in responding.
By way of background, the following is based on research done by a company called Family Researchers Limited in 1979. They were commissioned by a firm of solicitors, Leonard Gray & Co., of Essex (in the UK for our American readers!) in order to administer the estate of Mrs. Emily Clare Halfpenny who died intestate.
Being uncertain of the etiquette in these matters, I’ve omitted some of the names and details of those I think may still be alive.
Please remember that the relationships stated are those with Emily Clare and I’m English so the date formats are dd.mm.yyyy!
Thomas Allworthy (grandfather). Apparently born 1837 or earlier, married Jane Lewis (19.09.1858) and apparently died before 17.07.1902
Jane Allworthy, nee Lewis (grandmother). Apparently born before 1837 and died 17.07.1902, a widow.
Emily Jane Larbalestier, nee Allworthy (mother). Born 8.11.1867, m. 23.10.1902 to Philip Albert Larbalestier who is thought to have died on 9.02.1947.
Philip Charles Larbalestier (brother). Thought to have died a bachelor on 20.05.1946. I presume he is the nephew of your gt gt grandfather, named in his honour. Please note I have checked and my source does spell Philip with one “l” on every occasion.
Clara Annie Kittle, nee Allworthy (aunt). b. 5.03.1859; m. Ernest John Kittle 27.08.1884; d. 18.04.1951.One son:
Earnest Arthur Lewis Kittle, b 27.12.1885, m. Kathleen Annie Rowland on 10.08.1911 and d. 18.04.1951. One son:
Thomas Allworthy (uncle). B. 5.5.1861; m. Louisa Rachel Chalfont 12.03.1885; d. 24.06.1907. Following issue:
Thomas Walter Charles Allworthy 4.12.1885, m. EvileenCruice date unknown, d. 26.09.1973. Two daughters
Eileen Louise Allworthy. 17.03.1887, m. in 1908 to James Nicol, d. 16.09.1959. Three sons
James Allworthy Nicol
John Chalfont Nicol
Kenneth Reyburn Nicol
Mabel Jane Allworthy (31.05.1891) m. 14.11.1912 Arthur Edward Tapp, d. 26.08.1925. Following children:
Mabel Eileen Florence Tapp
Arthur Joshua Thomas Tapp (my father!)
Stanley James Tapp
Alfred Lewis Allworthy (uncle). B. 06.08.1863, m. 4.09.1902 Elisa Jewsie Walker, d 31.01.1941. Following issue:
Jessie Muriel Allworthy. B. 25.06.1903, m. Haughton C Manly (1926), d. 24.04.1977.
Thomas David Manly
Ruth Elizabeth Manly
William Lewis Allworthy b. 1906, no other dates
Edith Margaret Sylvia Allworthy. B. 22.11.1906, d. 13.08.1967, spinster.
Arthur Charles Allworthy (uncle). B. 29.11.1865, m. 31.10.1893 to Mary Jane Alice Frodsham d. 3.3.1939
Mary Ether Allworthy, 26.07.1894 m(1) 8.9.1928 Edwin T Luggar; m(2) Alfred Edwin Henry Errington 5.12.1935). Still alive in 1979.
Charles Alfred Allworthy, 12.12.1898. m(1) Vera Rose Williams 7.09.1924, m(2) Alice Farrer (1933)
Geraldine Margaret Allworthy 12.12.1929
Anne Allworthy 9.03.1934
Marion Allworthy 8.01.1938
Catherine Allworthy 28.09.1940
Ernest Philip Allworthy. 7.07.1905. m(1). 27.06.1929 to Alice Hilda Williams; m(2) 26.08.1948 to Mary Sands (nee Savage), d. 20.04.1975
Phyllis Allworthy. B. 2.07.1907. m. 13.12.1941 to George Samuel Wilkinson, d. 16.04.1962
Elisabeth Susannah Allworthy (aunt).b 29.09.1870, d. 25.01.1935, spinster.
Ethel Louise Allworthy (aunt). b. 10.09.1874, m. 10.08.1899 to William Campbell Brown, d. 20.09.1964. Issue:
William Thomas Campbell Brown. b. 1901, m Irene Clare Young (date unknown), d. 20.09.1944
William Alan Campbell Brown (1933)
Winifred Ethel Brown. B. 27.10.1903, m 29.04.1943 to James Pagan, d. 20.11.1966.
Kathleen Olive Brown. B. 29.05.1909, d. 29.01.1970, spinster.
My grandmother, Mabel Allworthy, died well before I was born. Apart from my father’s generation, the only person above I do remember meeting is Thomas Walter Charles A, Mabel's brother and my Father’s favourite uncle. I was about 10 and remember a very kind, gentle and interesting old man. I still have the stone age axe head he gave me!
So hope some of this is useful. As I say, you have all the info I have save for some details of last known address etc. for those possibly still alive as I understand it is not the done thing to publish such on the internet. Any follow up questions do please ask. Similarly any gaps you can fill, I would be more than interested.
Good luck with your further researches.