Descendants of Manoel Gomes de Oliveira


No dia 04 de nov de 2012, recebi um email da Sara com o título: Final Version?

Nele, os seguintes dizeres:    “I think that this Tree is now up to date, as I have added Gracy's information to my own, yours, and what I had for Luciana's!   I can change any mistakes if you can let me know of any!
Infelizmente Sara, não é ainda a Final Version! Faltam ainda muitas informações sobre as sucessivas gerações dos Gibsons no Brasil. Até mesmo a primeira geração está incompleta e, apesar de que tenho material para acrescentar a árvore, estou longe de completa-la. Novamente peço ajuda aos primos.
Em tempo: muitos dos arquivos de Chaves – Portugal, berço dos nossos Oliveiras já estão digitalizados e à disposição na Net. Quem se anima a assumir a pesquisa?

Descendants of Manoel Gomes de Oliveira
By Sara Maybury



1-Manoel Gomes de Oliveira [755], son of Lucas Gonçalves [750] and Maria José [1175], was born in Chaves, Portugal.
Manoel married Maria José ____________ [1173] [MRIN: 244], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in Chaves, Portugal. Maria was born in Chaves, Portugal. They had two children that we know of: José Antonio de and Françisco Gomes de.
2-José Antonio de Oliveira [595] was born in 1794 in Santa Maria Maior, Chaves, Portugal, died on 6 Sep 1837 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife aged 43, and was buried in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
Noted events in his life were:
• London Gazette: JUNE 28, 1833.
THE Creditors who have proved their debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Jozé Antonio Gonçalves D'Oliveira and Francisco Gomes D'Oliveira, of the Old Jewry, in the City of London, Merchants and Copartners (trading under the firm of Oliveira and Nephew), are requested to meet the Assignees of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupts, on Friday the 19th day of July next, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely, at the Court of Bankruptcy, in Basinghall-Street, in the City of London, an order to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees settling the accounts between the Bankrupts' estate and a person resident at Pernambuco*, to be then named, bv allowing such sets off and upon such terms and conditions as will then be mentioned; and also settling the accounts between tbe Bankrupts' estate and certain other persons, resident at Maranham, to be then named, by allowing a debt owing from the last mentioned persons, on their partnership account, to the Bankrupts' estate, to be set off against a debt owing from the Bankrupts' estate to one of the same persons on his separate account; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees paying to an accountant** employed by them the amount, to be then stated, for his services; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing, prosecuting, or defending any action or actions, suit or suits, at law or in equity, or presenting or opposing, or answering any petition or petitions, or taking any other proceedings, for the recovery, defence, or preservation of any part of the estate and effects of the Bankrupts, or otherwise relative thereto, which they may deem necessary or advisable; or compounding with any debtor or debtors to the estate of the said Bankrupts, or either of them, or giving time, or taking security for the payment of any debt or debts due to the said Bankrupts, or either of them; or compromising, submitting to arbitration, or otherwise
agreeing any dispute, matter, or thing relating to the estate of the said Bankrupts, or either of them, and on other special affairs.
* José Antonio de Oliveira of Pernambuco
** William Fox of Dalston (Father of EHJF)

• Luciana's Tree: Born 1794 Santa Maria Maior, Chaves, (Vila Real, Trás-os-Montes, Portugal)
• Gracy Andrade: JOSÉ ANTONIO DE OLIVEIRA - ATESTADO DE ÓBITO ( Death Certificate)
Madre de Deus - Recife - PE
Óbitos 1834, Nov - 1841, Mar p.127, Imagem 148
Text of the certificate: [translated by Gracy]

At sixth of September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven died in this parish JOSÉ ANTONIO DE OLIVEIRA, white, married with Maria de Araujo Oliveira, from Portugal, received the sacraments, age about forty years, was buried in this mother church of São Pedro Gonçalves, wrapped in white cloth.
It is said to make this register.
José married Maria Conceição de Araújo [855] [MRIN: 188], daughter of Sergeant-mór José Alexandre de Araújo [862] and Magna Antonia Campos [863], on 6 Jul 1821 in Parish of São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife. Maria was born in 1796 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Boa Viagem, Recife, was christened on 8 Feb 1796 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife, and died on 7 Aug 1889 in Boa Vista, Recife aged 93. They had 12 children: Alexandrina Roza de, Joaquim (Antonio?) de, José (Antonio?) de, Umbelina Joaquina de, Maria Adelaide de, Joaquina (Eustaquia?) de, Antonio (José?) de, Candida R. de, Francisco Gomes de, Eduardo Candido de, Amalia (Rosa?) de and Hermina Josephina d'.
Noted events in her life were:
• Diário de Pernambuco: 1 Apr 1864. "Maria Araujo Oliveira - Importação - 1 caixa de miudezas." (D.P. 01.04.1864, p.2) ;
Gracy Andrade taken from Registers of Commercial Movements
Importation - 1 box of trinkets
3-Alexandrina Roza de Oliveira [1] was born on 17 Jul 1822 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife and died on 31 May 1867 in Recife aged 44.
Alexandrina married Henry Gibson [2] [MRIN: 1], son of Henry Gibson [932] and Mary Haworth [933], on 30 Nov 1842 in British Chaplaincy, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Henry was born on 10 Jul 1814 in Oakenshaw, Lancashire, was christened on 10 Jul 1814 in St. Bartholomew, Great Harwood, Lancashire, and died on 3 Dec 1862 in Pernambuco [Consular Returns] aged 48. They had 12 children: José, Henry [Oliveira] Oliver, Alfred, Amélia, Mary, George, Charles, Francis [Frank], Alexandrina, Elisa, Margaret and Alice.
Noted events in his life were:
• PR: Parish Register - Baptisms - 10 July 1814 Henry Gibson Son of Henry Gibson Book keeper & Mary of Clayton le Moors
• Owen Owens & Son Archive: 1831-1846. Henry Gibson in Pernambuco, Brazil (pp 80-96) John Rylands Library, Manchester.
Reference Number: OWN1/4/1
Former reference: H 30.
Account sales book ( 1831-1846)
Soft bound volume. 96 pp.
Scope and Content
A record of consignments made principally to Hodgson and Robinson in Buenos Aires (pp. 1-69) and also to HENRY GIBSON in Pernambuco, Brazil (pp. 80-96), and sold by those agents for Owen Owens and Son. Details listed include: the nature of the consignment, the date, ship name, cost of the goods, selling price, and charges deducted, such as import duty, taxes, and commission charged by the agents, to give net proceeds. Account numbers are also provided.

HENRY GIBSON CORRESPONDENCE - Letters & accounts
Reference Number: OWN3/2/4/21
Bundle ( 19 Apr-21 Nov 1843)
6 pieces. Condition: the ink of /5 and /6 is extremely faded.
Scope and Content
Letters from Henry Gibson of Pernambuco, Brazil, formerly a partner in George Kenworthy and Co., largely referring to proposals for entering into business with Owen Owens and Son, the debts incurred by Gaskell Johnson and Co., his dealings with George Kenworthy, and the market in Pernambuco.

Reference Number: OWN3/2/4/22
Bundle ( 15 Dec 1843-22 Nov 1844)
32 pieces.
Scope and Content
Letters and accounts from Henry Gibson of Pernambuco, Brazil. Topics covered include: the commencement of their joint account operations and advice on types of fabric to consign, particularly with regard to the finish and packaging of the goods; the state of the market, currency, exchange rate and the economy of the region; the affairs of the dissolved firm of George Kenworthy and Co.
/16, /25 and /31 each include a sample of fabric. /18 is missing a continuation page, and /31 makes reference to a second fabric sample which is also missing.

Reference Number: OWN3/2/4/23
Bundle ( 4 Dec 1844-22 Nov 1845)
35 pieces.
Scope and Content
Letters and accounts from Henry Gibson of Pernambuco, Brazil, covering similar topics to OWN3/2/4/22 and also making reference to the introduction of a new tariff, an extended drought in Brazil and its effect on the crops and market, which remains depressed.

Reference Number: OWN3/2/4/24
Bundle ( 1 Dec 1845-20 Jul 1846)
24 pieces.
Scope and Content
Letters and accounts from Henry Gibson of Pernambuco, Brazil, covering similar topics to OWN3/2/4/22-3. /13 is from Harding and Mumford of Bahia, but relates to a bill of exchange received from Gibson, and was stored with the Gibson correspondence.

Reference Number: OWN3/2/4/25
Bundle ( 21 Mar 1839-10 Feb 1840)
3 pieces. Condition: OWN3/2/4/25/1-2 are both in poor condition, particularly /1 which has been severely damaged by damp.
Scope and Content
Letters from two other companies based in Pernambuco Brazil: /1-2 are from Barclay Buckley and Co. and relate to their debts to Owen Owens and Son and the liquidation of their company; /3 is from McCalmont and Co. and relates to a bill of exchange.

• Passport: His date of birth of 10 July 1814 is information from his Passport held by his descendants which also says he was born at Oakenshaw
• Mentioned in Books: Henry Gibson, 1840s 1862, Rua da Conceição, Pernambuco, Brazil. FRASER'S MAGAZINE FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY 1866 - Page 175
Don Alfonso VI., after recovering Brazil, entitled it a city, and in 1676 constituted it a bishopric. Till 1710, when Recife was still a village, it preserved some splendour, and was still strong enough to oppose its rising and plebeian rival in her attempt to become a villa with a camera. But after the disastrous war of the mascates, it fell to rise no more. The public officers have lately been transferred to Recife, and now all is neglected. The botanical gardens, with the chalybeate spring and the fine avenue of mangoes, once so well known, are abandoned, and the climate threatens to become pestilential. Mr. HENRY GIBSON, an English merchant, now dead, bought much of the land for a mere song, and by draining the soil, soon made it comparatively healthy. If the improvement were carried out, this would be a charming summer residence.
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ARQUITETURA BRASIL 500 ANOS: UMA INVENÇÃO RECÍPROCA - Roberto Montezuma - Architecture - 2002 - 328 pages - Page 161 - Snippet view
A casa construída pelo comerciante inglês HENRY GIBSON, no Recife, ...
The house built by the English merchant HENRY GIBSON in Recife in 1847, situated on the Pont d'Uchoa.
• He died. According to the newspapers, he died suddenly in his study at 48 years of age. Cause of death: a neglected jaundice, according to newspapers. The oral tradition of the family speaks of empyema, compatible with the newspapers.
Empyema is usually caused by an infection that spreads from the lung. It leads to a buildup of pus in the pleural space.
Symptoms
Chest pain, which worsens when you breathe in deeply (pleurisy)
Dry cough
Excessive sweating, especially night sweats
Fever and chills
General discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling (malaise)
Shortness of breath
Weight loss
• Testament: A British Digest of International Law: Organs of states - Clive Parry, Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, International Law Fund - 1965 - Page 307 - Snippet view
ADMINISTRATION AND REPRESENTATION OF ESTATES.
The Queen's Advocate, upon two despatches from Her Majesty's Minister at Rio and Consul at Pernambuco, regarding the administration of the property of a deceased British subject named Henry Gibson, who died at the latter place on the 3rd December, 1862, similarly said in 1863: "That Mr. Christie should be instructed that upon the present statement the legal presumtion is, that Henry Gibson, deceased, was domiciled at Pernambuco. There is an unsupported assertion that he was domiciled in England, but all the facts in these papers are against this supposition. That if he died domiciled at Pernambuco, the law of Brazil will govern the question of the validity of his his testament, both as to real and personal property (it would govern it as to real property even if he were domiciled in England), and also the guardianship of his minor children. There is no treaty I believe with Brazil which exempts British subjects from the operation of the general rule of private international law.
"The Consul may be directed to render such assistance as may be in his power to the executors, but not to dispute, as a matter of right, the jurisdiction of the Brazilian Court over the testament of Mr. Gibson.
4-José Gibson [934] was born in 1842 in Olinda, was christened in No record at Anglican Church, Pernambuco, and died on 1 Apr 1850 in Beberibe aged 8 years aged 8.
4-Henry [Oliveira] Oliver Gibson [3] was born in 1844 in Recife. and was christened on 24 Jun 1844 in British Chaplaincy, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil..
Noted events in his life were:
• Gracy Andrade: "Importação. Da Bahia.1 caixa de fazendas a H. Gibson" (16.06.1864, p. 2)
fazendas = cloth, fabric
• Gustavo Gibson: Tomb built by Henry Oliver Gibson for his mother, Alexandrina. Henry Oliver Gibson, the eldest son of Henry - the English man, was Mariana Lobo's great great grandfather. Since then, the Gibson family has used it and another tomb, where Francisca Adelaide do Rego Barros Gibson, wife of Alfred Gibson, is buried.
Henry married Thereza Eugenia de Pinho Borges [1188] [MRIN: 54], daughter of Francisco José de Pinho Borges [1209] and Unknown, on 11 Apr 1868 in Pernambuco. Consular Returns Marriages 4 77. They had two children: Adele and Corina.
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Era ela filha de Francisco José de Pinho Borges e de Tomázia Firmina Soares Brandão. Pelo lado paterno, neta de José de Pinho Borges (Barão de Pinho Borges) e de Thereza Angélica de Lossio Selblitz. Pelo lado materno, neta do major Francisco Pedro Soares Brandão e de Maria Francisca de Carvalho Paes Andrade.
5-Adele Gibson [1239] .
Adele married Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento Valois Filho [1237] [MRIN: 382], son of Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento Valois [1233] and Alice Gibson [870].
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Administrative officer of Sanitation Vitoria de Santo Antao, National Guard officer and married his cousin Adele Gibson (daughter of Henry Oliver Gibson ). They had the following children: Inaldo, Heitor, Adelita, Doralice, Clarice, Galba, Paulo, Adelmo, Nelly, Maria Tereza, Lygia Lucia e Fernando. At the time of his death, Theodomiro lived in Olinda and was buried in the vault of the Gibson Family, the Cemetery of Santo Amaro in Recife, which was built by his father, Henry Oliver Gibson. His widow, Adele, was buried in Victoria.
5-Corina Gibson [1234] .
Corina married Eurico do Nascimento Valois [1235] [MRIN: 380], son of Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento Valois [1233] and Alice Gibson [870]. They had one son: Aurino do Nascimento.
6-Aurino do Nascimento Valois [1236] was born on 12 Jun 1918 in Vitória de Santo Antão, Pernambuco.
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Mandatos (na Câmara dos Deputados):
Deputado Federal, 1963-1967, PE, PTB. Dt. Posse: 02/02/1963; Deputado Federal, 1967-1971, PE, ARENA. Dt. Posse: 01/02/1967.
Licenças:
Licenciou-se do mandato de Deputado Federal na legislatura 1967-1971, para tratamento de saúde, de 1º e 17 de março, e por 125 dias, de 10/5/1967 a 10/9/1967; e para participar de campanha eleitoral, de 22 a 26 de julho, e de 20 a 24 de julho de 1970.
Filiações Partidárias:
ARENA; PTB
Atividades Partidárias:
Líder da Bancada Estadual da Arena, 1968.
Atividades Parlamentares:
CÂMARAS MUNICIPAIS, ASSEMBLÉIAS LEGISLATIVAS E CÂMARA LEGISLATIVA DO DF:
ALPE: Mesa: 1° Secretário.

CONGRESSO NACIONAL:
COMISSÕES MISTAS: PL 3/70, que dispõe sobre normas de Direito Processual do Trabalho: Membro, 1970.

CÂMARA DOS DEPUTADOS:
COMISSÕES PERMANENTES: Constituição e Justiça: Membro efetivo, 1967-1968; Educação e Cultura: Membro efetivo, 1963, e Suplente, 1963; Fiscalização Financeira: Suplente, 1968; Orçamento: Suplente, 1967-1968.
COMISSÕES ESPECIAIS: Polígono das Secas: Membro efetivo, 1963, 1967.
CPI: Febre aftosa no Brasil: Presidente; Terras Brasileiras: Membro, 1967.
Mandatos Externos:
Deputado Estadual, PE, Partido: N/D, Período: 1951 a Deputado Estadual, PE, Partido: N/D, Período: 1955 a
Atividades Profissionais e Cargos Públicos:
Cartorário; Escrevente-Substituto; Tabelião Público e Escrivão em Vitória de Santo Antão, PE; Pioneiro de um processo de reforma bancária beneficiando pequenos agricultores, Pernambuco; Inspirador da Lei que deu nova estrutura ao Instituto do Açucar e do Alcool; Autor de Requerimento de CPI para estudar problemas da lavoura cafeeira pernambucana; Assessor político, Escritório de Pernambuco em Brasília, 1971; Membro da diretoria, Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, 1975.
Estudos e Cursos Diversos:
Colégio Batista, Recife; Bacharel em Ciências Jurídicas e Sociais, Fac. de Direito do Recife, 1945.
Missões Oficiais:
Viagem ao exterior a convite do Departamento de Estado; Representando a Câmara dos Deputados, Convenção na Finlândia; Representante brasileiro,Reunião Internacional, Estocolmo; Participante da International Councial for Cristian Leadership, Estocolmo, 1967.
Henry had a relationship with Francisca Souza [1039] [MRIN: 318], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Marriage status: unmarried. They had four children: Nina, Edward, Laura and Nestor.
Noted events in her life were:
5-Nina Gibson [1040] .
5-Edward Gibson [1041] .
5-Laura Gibson [1042] .
5-Nestor Gibson [1043] .
4-Alfred Gibson [203] was born on 8 Apr 1846 in Recife, was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco, and died on 9 Jun 1913 in Rua Visconde de Goiana aged 67.
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Nasceu ele na residência de Sant'Anna em 05 de abril de 1846, tendo se casado com Francisca Adelaide do Rego Barros aos 21anos, no dia 14 de junho de 1867, deixando o casal os 10 seguintes filhos: Alfredo, Henrique, Thomé Joaquim, Cândido, Maria, Mathilde, Maria do Carmo, Maria da Conceição,Thereza e Alice.
Faleceu Alfred no dia 9 de junho de 1913, em sua residência na Rua Visconde de Goiana, 154, de câncer, tendo sido declarante na certidão de óbito o seu neto Arnaldo Gibson. Nesta certidão - do Quarto Cartório (distrito da Boa Vista), livro 50; folha 63 V; numero 1393, está informada como sua profissão : Funcionário Público. Não sabemos explicar.
Alfred married Francisca Adelaide do Rego Barros [889] [MRIN: 55], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1867 in Recife, Pernambuco. [Consular Returns Marriages 4 76]. They had nine children: Alfredo, Henrique, Thomé Joaquim, Cândido, Mathilde, Maria da Conceição, Maria do Carmo, Alice de Rego Barros and Carmelita.
Noted events in her life were:
• Photograph: Tereza Augusto de Pinho Borges e Francisca do Rego Barros Gibson . [Engenho Entre Rios, Jaboatão, Pernambuco]
Autor: Alberto Henschel & Cia
Notas: Coleção Francisco Rodrigues. carte de visite, 9,5 x 5,9 cm
Local: Recife, Pernambuco, Brasil
Fonte: FR-01069
Idioma: Português
Propriedade: Fundaj
Disponibilidade: Fundaj - Cehibra
Local Físico: FR-01069
Fundo Documental: Coleção Francisco Rodrigues
Tereza Augusto de Pinho Borges wife of José Antonio de Pinho Borges [Bacharel -1865 - Engenho Entre Rios, Jaboatão, PE.]
Francisca do Rego Barros Gibson is the younger woman on the left
5-Alfredo Gibson [890] .
Alfredo married Heraclydes de Britto Costa [904] [MRIN: 275], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1894 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. They had seven children: Arnaldo, Oscar, José, Armando, João Alfredo, Maria de Lourdes and Nair.
6-Arnaldo Gibson [913] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Gibson Website: Mr. Arnold Gibson Junior, was a civil servant, Fiscal da Receita Federal [Tax IRS], he did not practice the Catholic religion, into which he was baptized, for he was a Mason, but he observed that Christian principles were encouraged in his children.
• His obituary was published. Breve Relato da Vida e da Morte de nossa
Irmã Visitatio (Igara) Lemos Gibson, OSB
* 20.01.1921 - + 09.09.2009
Guiada pela mão de Deus
Ir. Visitatio nasceu em Recife, no Estado de Pernambuco, no Nordeste do Brasil, a 20 de janeiro de 1921, tornando-se a mais velha entre cinco irmãos, após o falecimento de seis irmãozinhos. Seu nome Igara, nome índio, significa "canoa indígena", do qual se orgulhava. Igara foi batizada perto de completar três anos de idade. Seu pai, Sr. Arnaldo Gibson Junior, era funcionário público, Fiscal da Receita Federal; não praticava a religião católica, na qual ele foi batizado, pois era maçom, mas observava princípios cristãos que exigia também dos filhos. Sua mãe, Dona Aline Lemos Gibson, professora, faleceu quando Igara tinha 11 anos de idade. Igara ajudou a criar os irmãozinhos. A avó paterna, que as crianças passaram a chamar de mãe, era evangélica e espírita e não levava as crianças para a igreja. Mesmo assim, Igara ingressou na "Juventude Feminina Católica", na Paróquia do Barro, onde sua família residia. Fez sua primeira Comunhão particular, sem ter freqüentado o Catecismo da Paróquia, pois não conseguia o consentimento dos pais.
Arnaldo married Aline do Amaral Lemos [898] [MRIN: 274], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1920 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Aline died in 1932 in Recife. They had five children: José Bartholomeu Lemos, Luiz, IGARA Lemos, Gilka and Maria da Guia Lemos.
7-José Bartholomeu Lemos Gibson [876] .
José married Virgínia Célia Gibson Cunha [874] [MRIN: 271], daughter of Amaro Bernardino Cunha [873] and Beatriz Xavier Gibson [872], in 1948 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Virgínia died in 2009. They had five children: Guilherme, Gustavo Cunha, Romeu, Arnaldo and Joyce.
7-Luiz Gibson [900] .
7-Irmã Visitatio IGARA Lemos Gibson [901] was born on 20 Jan 1921 in Recife and died on 9 Sep 2009 in Olinda aged 88.
Noted events in her life were:
• Gibson Website: Sister Visitatio (IGAR) Lemos Gibson, OSB *20.01.1921 - 09.09.2009+
• Her obituary was published. Breve Relato da Vida e da Morte de nossa
Irmã Visitatio (Igara) Lemos Gibson, OSB
* 20.01.1921 - + 09.09.2009
Guiada pela mão de Deus
Ir. Visitatio nasceu em Recife, no Estado de Pernambuco, no Nordeste do Brasil, a 20 de janeiro de 1921, tornando-se a mais velha entre cinco irmãos, após o falecimento de seis irmãozinhos. Seu nome Igara, nome índio, significa "canoa indígena", do qual se orgulhava. Igara foi batizada perto de completar três anos de idade. Seu pai, Sr. Arnaldo Gibson Junior, era funcionário público, Fiscal da Receita Federal; não praticava a religião católica, na qual ele foi batizado, pois era maçom, mas observava princípios cristãos que exigia também dos filhos. Sua mãe, Dona Aline Lemos Gibson, professora, faleceu quando Igara tinha 11 anos de idade. Igara ajudou a criar os irmãozinhos. A avó paterna, que as crianças passaram a chamar de mãe, era evangélica e espírita e não levava as crianças para a igreja. Mesmo assim, Igara ingressou na "Juventude Feminina Católica", na Paróquia do Barro, onde sua família residia. Fez sua primeira Comunhão particular, sem ter freqüentado o Catecismo da Paróquia, pois não conseguia o consentimento dos pais.
7-Gilka Gibson [902] .
7-Maria da Guia Lemos Gibson [903] .
Maria married Francisco da Costa Barros [983] [MRIN: 293], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had one daughter: Sílvia Maria da Costa.
8-Sílvia Maria da Costa Barros [984] was born on 8 Jan 1951 in Recife.
Sílvia married Anselmo de Oliveira Andrade [985] [MRIN: 294], son of Adalberto de Oliveira Andrade [1010] and Eliza de Oliveira ____________ [1011]. Anselmo was born on 13 Dec 1934 in São José de Rio Pardo, SP. They had one son: Marcelo de Oliveira.
9-Marcelo de Oliveira Andrade [986] was born on 30 Apr 1974 in Brasilia, DF.
Marcelo married Julia Pessoa Buarque [987] [MRIN: 295], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 14 Sep 2001 in Brasilia, DF. Julia was born on 17 Jul 1975 in Washington DC. They had one daughter: Luisa Buarque de Oliveira.
10-Luisa Buarque de Oliveira Andrade [1009] was born on 20 Jan 2007 in Brasilia, DF.
6-Oscar Gibson [906] .
6-José Gibson [907] .
6-Armando Gibson [908] .
6-João Alfredo Gibson [909] .
6-Maria de Lourdes Gibson [910] .
6-Nair Gibson [911] .
5-Henrique Gibson [892] .
5-Thomé Joaquim Gibson [893] was born on 3 Jun 1872 and died on 10 Jun 1928 aged 56.
Noted events in his life were:
• Gibson Website: Thomé Joaquim de Barros Gibson - nascido em 03 de junho de 1872, foi filho de Alfred Gibson & Francisca Adelaide do Rego Barros.

Bacharel em Direito, Thomé dedicou sua vida ao jornalismo e não se pode falar em Thomé Gibson sem associá-lo ao Jornal Pequeno, vespertino recifense do qual foi fundador, proprietário e diretor.

Transcrevo um artigo que relata a sua vida e que foi publicado na Página da Saudade da Revista do Instituto Arqueológico, Histórico e Geográfico de Pernambuco:

"Thomé Gibson, fundador e director do Jornal Pequeno, fallecido a 10 de junho de 1928, deixou, mercê de qualidades que o collocaram sempre entre os homens de bem da cidade, vulto de vanguarda na vida pública do Estado, jornalista de visão larga e espírito ponderado, um nome que vale pelo melhor e maior dos elogios à sua actuação na vida e que irá à posteridade como um dos mais dignificantes e dignos exemplos de honestidade, orientada sempre por um labor fecundo que nunca transgrediu os limites de uma lealdade inquebrantável. Dedicando sua actividade ao jornalismo, Thomé Gibson fundou e defendeu emquanto viveu o Jornal Pequeno, reducto onde acolheu uma plêiade de intelligencias novas e vigorosas que dali sahiram para mais altos remigios com a base sólida dos ensinamentos sadios que elle nunca deixou de dar a quantos se abrigavam a sua sombra acolhedoura, ensinamentos que illustrou sempre com os exemplos mais fortes e mais persuasivos de operosidade, de honradez e de altruísmo. Versado nos assumptos mais interessante à collectividade, observador arguto dos homens e das cousas de sua terra, nunca lhe faltaram isen´ão de animo nem serenidade para tratar os problemas mais complexos ligados ao progresso de Pernambuco. Espírito altamente acolhedor, educado, de maneiras captivantes, foi sempre um homem em quem se encontrava, em todos os momentos, um conselheiro dedicado e um amigo sincero, prompto a attitudes de commovedora bondade que lhe teceram em torno do nomeuma aureola de profunda sympathia. A morte veio surprehendel-o como conseqüência de uma arterio-sclerose generalizada, aos 56 anos de idade, furtando ao jornalismo pernambucano uma de suas figuras mais dedicadas e mais brilhantes. Filho do fallecido Sr. Alfredo Gibson e da sua esposa, d. Francisca Adelaide de Barros Gibson, nasceu o saudoso exctinto a 03 de junho de 1872 e foi registrado com o nome de Thomé Joaquim de Barros Gibson. Ainda acadêmico, antes de receber o titulo de bacharel em Direito pela nossa Faculdade, iniciou Thomé Gibson a sua vida jornalística, entrando para a redação do Jornal do Recife no anno de 1888, de onde so sahiu em 1896. Por esse tempo, ainda trabalhando naquelle orgam, então propriedade do desembargador Sigismundo Gonçalves, fundou com Paulo Arruda, Hersilio de Souza e outros o Pequeno Jornal, cuja publicação suspendeu ao retirar-se do Jornal do Recife, fundando o Jornal Pequeno, ao lado de Julio Falcão. Pouco tempo depois, retirando-se Julio Falcão, permaneceu sosinho à frente da empreza, dedicando-lhe toda sua energia moça e trazendo-a até hoje, victoriosa. Thome Gibson foi um dos mais legítimos republicanos históricos, tendo formado ao lado de Martins Junior, de quem era íntimo, de Annibal Falcão e de Silva Jardim, tomando parte activa no movimento político daquella época, de que se afastou depois para dedicar-se exclusivamente ao joirnalismo. No governo do Sr. Dr. Sergio Loreto, convidado, Thomé Gibson consentiu na indicação de seu nome para uma das cadeiras do Senado estadual, sendo eleito, então, com geral symphatia de todas as classes do Estado. A morte do saudoso jornalista foi serena e teve o conforto de todos os sacramentos da religião catholica, exhalando o ultimo suspiro cercado de seus parentes e amigos íntimos num ambiente de sincera compuncção. Solteiro, o ilustre morto deixou, além de sua veneranda genitora, quatro irmãs: a sra. D. Alice Gibson Amado, esposa do Sr. Senador Gilberto Amado, a sra. D. Maria Gibson Santos, viúva do commandante João Santos, official da armada, e as senhoritas Carmelita e Mathilde Gibson. Após o desenlace, o corpo de Thomé Gibson foi collocado em camara ardente no salão principal da família Medeiros, onde se deu o óbito, sendo então visitado por numerosas pessoas de mais elevado conceito na sociedade pernambucana, amigos e companheiros de trabalho."
Em reportagem do dia 29 de janeiro de 1967, o JORNAL DO COMÉRCIO informa na sua página 36, através de artigo escrito por Eugênio Coimbra Junior: "Chegando aos momentos finais prédio que foi reduto do Jornal Pequeno".


Já o DIÁRIO DE PERNAMBUCO, edição de 26 de setembro de 1965, traz na pagina 11 do segundo caderno, a seguinte manchete: "Tomé Gibson Visto, Há 37 Anos, Por Assis Chateaubriand". Neste artigo, o Diário transcreve um artigo feito por Assis para "O Jornal" do Rio de Janeiro, no qual ele descreve Thomé Gibson, e que vale a pena transcrever:
"Tomé Gibson não gostava da doutrina no jornal. O que o feria, sobretudo, numa pagina impressa, era a informação, a reportagem. Fazia o Jornal Pequeno com o máximo de repórteres e o mínimo de ariculistas. Trabalhei a seu lado, no verdor de sua carreira, quando ele chegava as 7 horas da manhã, no gabinete, organizava os serviços da edição cotidiana, mandava, mandava atacar os fatos que se lhe afiguravam os acontecimentos do dia, e se punha, de colete aberto, à espera dos repórteres, examinando a safra de notícias que cada um traria. Colocava o pince-nez nos olhos, via as notas, uma por uma, espiolhava as mais interessantes e mandava, por eles, organizar o noticiário. Nervoso, apressado - prosseguiu mestre Assis, punha-se a passear pela sala a dar ordens aos noticiaristas e repórteres, urgindo pela maior rapidez das notas de cada um. A todo instante tirava do bolso o relógio e nos mostrava a ampulheta do tempo monotonamente correndo. Entre 11 horas da manhã e 1 hora da tarde, ninguém tinha tempo na redação, para sequer contar até cinco. Ali estava o diretor, que a cada momento fugia da paginação. Tomé Gibson não dava a quem quer que fosse essa tarefa a reclamar, ora que o tempo voava, ora que a oficina estava sem originais, como outras vezes, que não podia fechar as páginas porque não havia composição acabada. E dava ordens, febril, agitado, não admitindo réplica de ninguém, porque - dizia, o tempo era o justo para que só ele pudesse falar. Passada entretanto aquela borrasca, que patrão esplendido, afetivo! Fazia questão de descrever, de narrar: mas se lhe sucedia ter que comentar, o comentário que lhe saia da pena era o menos ferino e o mais tolerante. A palmatória como o florete, não eram as suas armas. Considerava o gênero humano tão imperfeito, que a crítica, se deveria exercê-la, fazia-o de rosário na mão, para perdoar ao seu semelhante a falta pela qual ia chamá-lo a contas."
Sobre o Jornal Pequeno, assim falou o Arcebispo Sebastião Leme: "Quase não temos necessidade de um diário católico no Recife, pois já o possuímos e muito bem feito, no Jornal Pequeno".

Na Câmara Federal, justificando um voto de pesar pela morte de Thomé, o deputado Amauri Medeiros assim se expressou: "Quem quiser acompanhar a vida político social de Pernambuco, nos últimos 28 anos não terá senão que correr os olhos pelas coleções do Jornal Pequeno, porque aí encontrará relatado, dia a dia, tudo quanto ocorreu desde as simples reportagens policiais até os assuntos que mais preocuparam a opinião pública, sem malícias nem paixões".

Na Academia Brasileira de Letras, o imortal Adelmar Tavares, assim afirmou no necrológio de Thomé Gibson: "Uma das penas mais brilhantes do Brasil".

Ainda jovem - aos 19 anos, quando estudante, Thomé fez-se poeta e escreveu o livro Sonetos Inspirados da escola romântica. Nas coleções de 1891 da Gazeta da Tarde, como também em outros jornais e revistas do fim do século, podem-se encontrar alguns destes sonetos.


O Jornal Pequeno foi considerado na época do Thomé como "padrão do jornalismo pernambucano." (DP, 27/09/65).

Thomé Gibson nunca se casou e morreu solteiro, residindo na casa de um de seus auxiliares no Jornal, o sr. Renato Medeiros. Esta família herdou o Jornal Pequeno e o dirigiu após a morte do Thomé. Thomé não deixou descendentes conhecidos, e foi homenageado pela Prefeitura do Recife, dando seu nome a uma rua no bairro do Pina.

Gustavo Gibson
5-Cândido Gibson [894] .
5-Mathilde Gibson [895] .
5-Maria da Conceição Gibson [896] .
5-Maria do Carmo Gibson [897] .
5-Alice de Rego Barros Gibson [859] was born of Recife.
Alice married Gilberto de Souza Ferreira Lima Azevedo Amado [856] [MRIN: 266], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1911. Gilberto was born in 1887 and died in 1969 aged 82. They had three children: Ana, Véra Gibson and Frederico.
Noted events in his life were:
• Vera Gibson Amado: Daughter of one of Brazil's most notorious political figures, Gilberto Amado (1887-1969), congressman, writer, journalist and lawyer, ex-President of the United Nations' International Law Committee, and who, in 1915, shot to death fellow writer and poet Aníbal Teóphilo in an official ceremony at the Jornal do Commercio for disagreeing with his opinions on literature (Amado was acquitted).
6-Ana Amado [861] .
6-Véra Gibson Amado [857] was born on 30 Dec 1913 in Rio de Janeiro and died on 15 Dec 1960 in Paris of a heart attack aged 46.
Véra married Leo Lapara [927] [MRIN: 276], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1938.
Véra next married Henri George Clouzot [858] [MRIN: 267], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1950.
6-Frederico Amado [860] .
5-Carmelita Gibson [1044] .
4-Amélia Gibson [866] was born in 1847 in Recife and died in 1850 in Recife aged 3 years aged 3.
4-Mary Gibson [95] was born on 24 May 1847 in Recife and died on 18 Mar 1917 in Pernambuco, Brazil. aged 69.
Noted events in her life were:
• Census 1861: Census 1861
Reciffe House, Church Street, Stoke Newington, Middlesex
Edward H. J. FOX Head 44 South American Merchant Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Maria A. FOX Wife 35 Brazil
Hannah FOX Daur. 12 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Mary FOX Daur. 10 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Edward FOX Son 9 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Emily FOX Daur. 8 Scholar Stoke Newington
William FOX Son 7 Scholar Stoke Newington
Amelia FOX Daur. 6 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Adelaide FOX Daur. 4 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Charles J. FOX Son 2 Stoke Newington
Frederick FOX Son 9 months Stoke Newington
Mary GIBSON Niece 14 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Lucy Worley Servant Widow 57 Cook Chichester Sussex
Jane Moslen Servant Unmarried 28 Housemaid .......... Wiltshire
Harriet Nicholls Servant Unmarried 33 Nurse Snetisham Norfolk
Delfina da Conceicao Servant Unmarried 22 Nurse Brazil
• Census 1881: Mary Paton, w/o Brit. Subj. Cousin of Head, 24 Cambridge Gardens, Kensington..
• Wills Calendar Index: PATON Mary of Pernambuco Brazil widow died 18 March 1917 Administration London
1 August to John Alfred Paton merchant. Effects £280 6s. 3d.
Mary married Edward Paton [96] [MRIN: 25], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 22 Apr 1869 in Pernambuco. Consular Returns Marriages 4 81. Edward was born on 7 Dec 1835 in Ancrum, Roxburghshire, was christened on 21 Feb 1836 in Ancrum, Roxburghshire, and died in 1895 in Pernambuco aged 60. They had five children: Henry Gibson, Ellen, Andrew, Edward Guy and John Alfred.
Noted events in his life were:
• He appeared on the Mary Paton (Wife of) British Subject census in 1881.
• Reference: Bradshaw`s Railway Manual & Shareholders` Guide & Directory 1880
Bradshaw`s Brazilian Street Railway 1893
Directors - Edward Paton & Thomas Comber of Pernambuco
5-Henry Gibson Paton [211] was born on 6 Jan 1870 in Pernambuco, Brazil. and died on 27 Mar 1871 in Pernambuco, Brazil. aged 1.
General Notes: Scots in Latin America:
Henry Gibson Paton only child of Edward Paton of Pernambuco, died 27 Mar 1871 at Pernambuco.
Noted events in his life were:
• The Times: 3 Mar 1870. BIRTHS On the 28th Jan., at Pernambuco, the wife of EDWARD PATON, Esq., of a son.
5-Ellen Paton [204] was born in 1871 in Pernambuco, Brazil., was christened on 1 Nov 1871, and died on 20 Mar 1920 in 72 Woodstock Avenue, Golders Green, Middlesex. aged 49.
Noted events in her life were:
• Consular Birth Returns: Ellen Gibson, 1876-1880, Pernambuco, Brazil..
• She had an estate probated. HOOD Ellen of 72 Woodstock-avenue Golders Green Middlesex (wife of Thomas Macdonald Hood) died 20 March 1920 Administration London 7 April to the said Thomas Macdonald Hood manufacturers manager. Effects £296 17s. 7d.
Ellen married Thomas MacDonald Hood [210] [MRIN: 58], son of Thomas Hood [1259] and Maria A. Elton [1260], on 10 Feb 1894 in British Consulate Chapel, Pernambuco, Brazil. Thomas was born ¼ Jul 1865 in Dalston, Mx. (Shoreditch BMD) and was christened on 8 Apr 1866 in St. Mary, Haggerston.. They had three children: Douglas Edward, Ronald Paton and Phyllis Margaret.
6-Second Lieutenant Douglas Edward Hood [213] was born in 1896 in Pernambuco 10 218. Consular Returns, died on 14 Apr 1917 aged 21, and was buried in Zouave Valley Cemetery Souchez.
Noted events in his life were:
• CWGC: Second Lieutenant Douglas Edward Hood, 14 Apr 1917, Bedford Regiment U. K..
• CWGC: Grave/Memorial IIIA 27, 14 Apr 1917, Zouave Valley Cemetery Souchez..
6-Second Lieutenant Ronald Paton Hood [212] was born about 1898, died on 28 Sep 1917 in Missing in Action (TIMES) aged about 19, and was buried in Arras Flying Services Memorial. No Grave..
Noted events in his life were:
• TIMES: Missing in Action, 1 Jan 1918, Arras Flying Services Memorial. Reported missing Sep 28 .. last seen in a fight in the air -news of death now confirmed.
Younger of two sons of Mr & Mrs Thomas M Hood, of Rio de Janeiro and his elder brother was killed on April 14th.
Born at Pernambuco, educated at Forest School, Felsted, he joined the Artists Rifles in 1815. Commission in the Royal Flying Corps last April - he went to the Front in May.
See cutting.
• CWGC: Royal Flying Corps United Kingdom, 28 Sep 1917.
6-Phyllis Margaret Hood [214] was born about 1900 in Pernambuco 10 224. Consular Returns and died on 13 Jan 1982 in 22 Molyneux Park Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent aged about 82.
Noted events in her life were:
• Passenger Lists: Liverpool to Rio de Janeiro, 1915.
• Passenger Lists: London to Rio de Janeiro, 1920.
• Passenger Lists: Liverpool to Rio de Janeiro, 1933.
5-Andrew Paton [854] died in 1871 - 1875 Pernambuco [Consular Records].
5-Edward Guy Paton [97] was born on 17 Feb 1876 in Pernambuco, Brazil. and died in 1943 in Maceió, Brazil aged 67 [Consular Returns] aged 67.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was born. THE PALL MALL GAZETTE (London), Friday, March 24, 1876; Issue 3463
BIRTHS - SONS
PATON, Mrs. Edward, at Pernambuco, Feb. 15.
Consular Birth Returns, Pernambuco, Brazil. - Edward Guy Gibson
• He appeared on the Son of Brit. Subj. Cousin of Head. census in 1881 in 24 Cambridge Gardens, Kensington..
• Passenger List: Port of Southampton, England - 15 April 1905 -
Ship "Thames" Royal Mail Steam Packet Company Ltd
Steerage
Port of EmbarkationName of Passenger AgeBritish Subjects
Bahia Edward Guy Paton 35 English
• Vice-Consul: Edward Guy Paton, 31 Jul 1911, Maceió, Brazil.
• Yearbook of Royal Commonwealth Society: 1915. PATON Edward Guy, London & River Plate Bank, Pernambuco, Brazil
• Passengers: 'Andes' - The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Moorgate E.C. 2.
First Class
Arrived: Southampton 4 June 1929.
Embarked: Pernambuco.
Nicholls Philip - Proposed Address in UK: The Pound House, Wootton Wawen, Birmingham - Merchant - 42 - Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Intended Future Residence: Foreign Parts.
Nicholls Helen Mary - Housewife - 25.
Nicholls Helen Rose - 4.
Nicholls Denis Pat - 3.
Nicholls Patrick Guy - 9 mths.
Paton Edward Guy - Proposed Address in UK: Bk. Ldn. & S. America Tokenhouse Yard 7 London - Bank Manager - 53 - Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Intended Future Residence: Foreign Parts.
Paton Isabel - Housewife - 46
Edward married Isabel Robson [261] [MRIN: 74], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, about 1905 in Civil Marriage. Isabel was born in 1884 in Brazil. They had one daughter: Helen Mary.
Noted events in her life were:
• Passenger List: 1898. Port of Embarkation: Pernambuco, Brazil
Arrival Date: 27 May 1898
Port of Arrival: Southampton, England
Ship Name: Goorkha
Tom Robson 47 Engineer
Kate Helen Robson 42
Isobel Robson 14
George Robson 13
Tom Robson 12
William Robson 8
John Robson 7
Kate Helen Robson 6
Godfrey Robson 2
All English
• Census 1901: 21a St. Michaels Rd., Headingley, Yorkshire.
Tom Robson, Head, 49, Machinery Importer to Brazil, Own Account, Durham Kepier Grange
Kate H Robson, Wife, 43, London Kensington
Isabel Robson, Daughter, 17, Brazil British Subject
John Robson, Son, 10, Brazil British Subject
Kate H Robson, Son, 8, Brazil British Subject
Godfrey Robson, Son, 6, Brazil British Subject
Isabella Robson, Mother, Widow, 75, Living on Own Means, Durham North Hetton
Rose Henshaw, Servant, Single, 22, General Domestic, Worker, Yorkshire Sheffield
• Passenger List: 1905. Port of Embarkation: Pernambuco
Arrival Date: April 1905
Port of Arrival: Southampton, England
Ship Name: Thames
Isabel Paton 27
Ellen Mary Paton 6 months
Godfrey Robson 11
All English
• Passenger List: 1913. Port of Embarkation: Pernambuco
Arrival Date: July 1913
Port of Arrival: Southampton, England
Ship Name: Asturias
Edward Guy Paton Banker 37
Isabel Paton 28
Helen Paton 8
Country of Last Permanent Residence: Brazil
Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: Foreign Countries
• Passenger List: 1921. Port of Embarkation: Pernambuco
Port of Arrival: Southampton
Date of Arrival: March 1921
Ship Name: Andes
Isabel Paton 37
Country of Last Permanent Residence: Brazil
Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: Foreign Countries
Also
Port of Embarkation: Rio de Janeiro
Maud Evelyn Grace Paton 25
Joan Evelyn Paton 2½
Country of Last Permanent Residence: England
Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: England
• Passenger Lists: 1929. Port of Embarkation: Pernambuco
Port of Arrival: Southampton
Date of Arrival: June 1929
Ship Name: Andes
Edward Guy Paton Bank Manager 53
Isabel Paton Housewife 40
Proposed Address in the United Kingdom: Bk. London & S. America Tokenhouse Yard 7 London
Country of Last Permanent Residence: Brazil
Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: Foreign Countries
6-Helen Mary Paton [1262] was born on 3 Sep 1904 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. and died in 1971 in Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil aged 67.
Noted events in her life were:
• Passengers: 'Andes' - The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Moorgate E.C. 2.
First Class
Arrived: Southampton 4 June 1929.
Embarked: Pernambuco.
Nicholls Philip - Proposed Address in UK: The Pound House, Wootton Wawen, Birmingham - Merchant - 42 - Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Intended Future Residence: Foreign Parts.
Nicholls Helen Mary - Housewife - 25.
Nicholls Helen Rose - 4.
Nicholls Denis Pat - 3.
Nicholls Patrick Guy - 9 mths.
Paton Edward Guy - Proposed Address in UK: Bk. Ldn. & S. America Tokenhouse Yard 7 London - Bank Manager - 53 - Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Intended Future Residence: Foreign Parts.
Paton Isabel - Housewife - 46
Helen married Philip George Nicholls [1271] [MRIN: 397], son of George Frederick Nicholls [1276] and Lucy Fitzgerald Best Tarleton [1277]. Philip was born on 30 Oct 1886 in 12 Seymour Street, Higher Tranmere, was christened on 3 Jan 1887 in St. Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, and died in 1959 in Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil aged 73. They had three children: Helen Rose, Denis Pat Paton and Patrick Guy.
7-Helen Rose Nicholls [1274] was born in 1925.
7-Denis Pat Paton Nicholls [1275] was born in 1926.
7-Patrick Guy Nicholls [1272] was born 9 Mar 1926 (?) in Maceió, Alagoas, Brazil and died in Feb 1996 in Twickenham, Middlesex (Hounslow BMD) aged 69.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: British Consul
5-John Alfred Paton [215] was born on 24 Mar 1882 in Pernambuco, Brazil., was christened on 25 Mar 1882, and died in 1934 in Maceió, Brazil age 52 [Consular Returns] aged 52.
Noted events in his life were:
• Passenger: Clerk. later Banker.
• Census 1901: Address: 18 Lynedoch Place Edinburgh
Christian M Paton, 67, Head, Female, Living On Own Means, Edinburgh, Midlothian John Alfred Paton,19, Nephew, Shipowner Clerk, (British Subject), Brazil
+ 2 Servants
• Passenger: 30 Aug 1915. Given Name: John Alfred
Surname: Paton
Last Place of Residence: Pernambino, Brazil
Date of Arrival: 30 Aug 1915
Age at Arrival: 33y
Ethnicity: British, English
Port of Departure: Barbados, British West Indies
Port of Arrival: New York
Gender: Male
Marital Status: S
US Citizen:
Ship of Travel: Denis
Collection: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924
• Passenger: 'Demerara' The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company.
Arrived Liverpool December 14th 1925 - Embarked Rio de Janeiro
FIRST CLASS
PATON John Alfred - Address in UK: 188 Dashwood House, Old Broad Street, E.C. - Manager - 43 - Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Future Residence: Brazil
PATON Maud - Housewife - 29
PATON Joan Evelyn - 5
PATON Mary Patricia - 3
John married Maud Evelyn Grace Taylor [260] [MRIN: 73], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, ¼ Jun 1917 in Mortlake. Maud was born in 1896. They had three children: Joan Evelyn, Mary Patricia and Jean W..
Noted events in her life were:
• Passengers: 'Aidan' Booth S. S. Co. Ld. - Arrived - London 5th February 1934. Embarked - Maceio
PATON Maud E. J.[sic] - Proposed Address in UK: 70 South Worple Way, Mortlake, SW14 - Housewife - 37 - Country of Last Permanent Residence: Brazil - Country of Intended Future Permanent Residence: England - Not Accompanied by Husband.
PATON Joan E. - Schoolgirl - 15
PATON Mary P. - Schoolgirl - 11
PATON Jean W. - Schoolgirl - 7
6-Joan Evelyn Paton [1263] was born on 30 Sep 1918 and died ¼ Mar 1977 in Worthing, West Sussex, England aged 58.
Noted events in her life were:
• BMD: Births Dec 1918
Paton Joan E - Foster Strood 2a 975
Paton Joan E - Taylor Richmond S. 2a 718
6-Mary Patricia Paton [1264] was born in 1923.
Mary married someone ¼ June 1948 in Mortlake. ____________ ____________
6-Jean W. Paton [1265] was born in 1927.
Noted events in her life were:
• Electoral Register: 1955 - Wandsworth - Putney And Streatham
Landford Road
Heatley Russel H.
Heatley Jean W.
Jean married someone Russell H. Heatley [1267] [MRIN: 395], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, ¼Mar 1953 in Mortlake. They had one son: Malcolm R..
7-Malcolm R. Heatley [1268] was born ¼ Jun 1956 in Westminster 5c 373.
4-George Gibson [935] was born in 1850 in Recife, was christened in No record at Anglican Church, Pernambuco, and died on 2 Apr 1876 aged 26.
4-Charles Gibson [864] was born on 18 Dec 1852 in Recife and was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco.
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Charles Gibson
Nasceu ele na casa de Ponte d'Uchoa em 18 de dezembro de 1852, tendo fica órfão aos 10 anos de idade.
Aos 17 anos, em 26 de julho de 1869, casou-se com Anna Theodora do Rego Barros. Ela era filha de Sebastião Antonio do Rego Barros e de Leopoldina Francisca da Rocha, sua esposa em segundas núpcias.
Charles ocupou o cargo de vice-consul da Inglaterra no Recife. Não tinha uma ocupação rentável fixa e se mantinha com serviços de tradução de telegramas para os jornais locais, recebendo frequentemente ajuda financeira dos irmãos.
Segundo a tradição oral da família, bebia bastante. Mas, talvez isto seja referente ao George.
Não deixou descendentes.
Charles married Anna Thereza do Rego Barros [1187] [MRIN: 361], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 26 Jul 1879 in Recife.
4-Francis [Frank] Gibson [865] was born on 29 Jul 1853 in Recife and was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco.
Francis married Alexandrina Constância de Albuquerque Xavier [871] [MRIN: 269], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1873 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. They had eight children: Romeu, Aluizio, Arlindo Xavier, Guiomar, Alice, Julieta, Evangelina Xavier and Beatriz Xavier.
5-Romeu Gibson [914] .
5-Aluizio Gibson [915] .
Aluizio married Nancy ____________ [989] [MRIN: 296], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had four children: Francis, Yeto, Lucia and Guiomar.
6-Francis Gibson [990] .
Francis married someone. ____________ ____________ He had one son: Aluizio.
7-Aluizio Gibson [992] .
6-Yeto Gibson [991] .
Yeto married someone. ____________ ____________ He had one son: Mauricio.
7-Mauricio Gibson [993] .
6-Lucia Gibson [994] .
Lucia married someone. ____________ ____________
6-Guiomar Gibson [996] .
5-Arlindo Xavier Gibson [916] died on 27 Dec 1948 in Rio de Janeiro.
5-Guiomar Gibson [917] .
5-Alice Gibson [918] was christened on 27 Feb 1882 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. and died on 17 Apr 1967 aged 85.
Alice married Jose Antonio Ferreira de Azevedo [928] [MRIN: 277], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had three children: Jose Antonio Gibson, Carlos Gibson Ferreira de and Luiz Rogerio Gibson.
6-Jose Antonio Gibson Azevedo [929] was born on 25 Oct 1907 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. and died on 25 Jan 1915 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. aged 7.
6-Carlos Gibson Ferreira de Azevedo [931] was born on 29 Oct 1914 in Rio de Janeiro and died on 4 Sep 1953 aged 38.
6-Luiz Rogerio Gibson Azevedo [930] was born on 14 Feb 1919 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil and died on 1 Aug 1968 aged 49.
5-Julieta Gibson [919] .
5-Evangelina Xavier Gibson [920] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Gustavo Gibson: Mario was the first, Murilo - the second and Oscar the third son of Oscar & Evangelina. So, the name Oscar was to honor his father! A curiosity: Tia Vanja became pregnant every seven years. Thank you for search. Love, Gustavo
• Gustavo Gibson: His father, a Portuguese by birth, died early leaving three small children: Mario, and Oscar Murillo. Owner of a good financial situation, Barboza had tugs in the port of Recife and because of difficulties inherent in managing this type of business, his widow (Aunt Vanja), failed to keep the family business.
The family then lived accepting guests at his residence on Aurora Street in Recife.
Evangelina married Oscar Bartholomeu Alves Barboza [1037] [MRIN: 316], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Oscar was born in Portugal. They had three children: Mário Gibson Alves, Murilo and Oscar.
6-Mário Gibson Alves Barboza [1038] was born on 13 Mar 1918 in Nova Olinda, PE. and died on 26 Nov 2007 in Rio de Janeiro aged 89.
Noted events in his life were:
• Gibson Website: MÁRIO GIBSON BARBOZA - Nascido em 13 de março de 1918, faleceu no Rio de Janeiro no dia 26 de novembro de 2007, aos 89 anos de idade. Diplomata de carreira, ingressou no Ministério das Relações Exteriores aos 21 anos (1937), mediante concurso, e foi casado em segunda núpcias com Julia. Não deixou descendentes.
Mário foi filho de Barboza e de Evangelina Gibson, esta filha de Francis e Alexandrina.
Seu pai, português de nascimento, faleceu precocemente deixando três filhos pequenos: Mário, Murilo e Oscar. Dono de uma boa situação financeira, Barboza tinha navios rebocadores no porto do Recife e devido às dificuldades inerentes a administração deste tipo de empresa, sua viúva (tia Vanja), não conseguiu manter o negócio da família.
A família sobreviveu aceitando hóspedes em sua residência na rua da Aurora, em Recife.
Apesar das dificuldades enfrentadas, Mário conseguiu o título de bacharel em Direito, aos 19 anos, pela Faculdade de Direito de Recife. Teve como colega de turma, aquele que seria o futuro governador de Pernambuco, Miguel Arraes.
Uma vez formado, Mário decidiu migrar para o Rio de Janeiro, buscando melhores condições profissionais, no que foi acompanhado pelo primo Marcílio (vide biografia) e pelo amigo Abelardo, um estudante de Medicina que - juntamente com sua mãe, moravam como hóspedes de tia Vanja.
Minha mãe (Virgínia Gibson), que freqüentou a pensão de tia Vanja, apesar de ser cerca de 10 anos mais nova que Mário, lembrava-se bem desse tempo, e referia-se ao Mário como uma pessoa de hábitos aristocráticos, muito bonito e extremamente vaidoso. Sério, porém muito simpático. Não foi a toa que no Itamaraty recebeu o apelido de Marquês de Olinda.
Sobre o amigo dele, Abelardo, mamãe dizia que era muito brincalhão e estava sempre "fazendo graças".
No Rio, Mário procurou a ajuda do nosso tio Romeu, também advogado, que o aconselhou a prestar concurso para o Instituto Rio Branco (esta informação me foi prestada pelo próprio Mário). Tio Romeu na época era uma das referências de nossa família. Ligado a Oswaldo Aranha, de quem foi chefe de gabinete, chegou a ocupar a chefia do escritório brasileiro em Londres, que acompanhava a impressão de nossas cédulas pela Thomas de La Rue Companie.
Marcílio ingressou na aeronáutica onde fez uma brilhante carreira.
Abelardo, que abandonou o curso médico, foi trabalhar na Radio Tupi do Rio de Janeiro e tornou-se posteriormente conhecido como Chacrinha. Abelardo também tinha o sobrenome Barboza mas desconheço qualquer vínculo de parentesco para com o pai de Mário.
Em áreas completamente diferentes, os três - Mário, Marcílio e Abelardo, conseguiram muito sucesso nas profissões escolhidas.
Mário era conhecido no Itamaraty como o Marquês de Olinda, por causa de seus hábitos aristocráticos e pelo intenso amor a cidade de Olinda. Mesmo morando em Recife, ele, neto de Francis, tinha orgulho em ser relacionado como um Gibson de Olinda.
Estive com Mário em 1980, no Pamphilli Palace - Roma, quando ele era o nosso embaixador. Já mantinha correspondência com ele, pois em 1975, quando eu estava residindo em Oxford - Inglaterra, ensaiei uma ida à Atenas aproveitando o fato dele ser embaixador na Grécia. Manifestei meu desejo ao primo e ele imediatamente respondeu concordando e incentivando. Pena que não consegui concretizar esta viagem.
Mário também tinha interesse em genealogia, era um pesquisador das nossas origens e cheguei a fornecer a ele alguns dados que tinha sobre os Gibsons. Na época ele me mostrou um tartan da família Buchanans (que é usado também pelos Gibsons escoceses) que teria comprado em uma visita à Escócia com o objetivo de mandar fazer uma saia para Júlia. Neste contato pessoal com ele, que foi o único que tive, ele manifestou a vontade de comprar e manter a casa que pertenceu ao avô Francis, em Olinda.
No Itamaraty ocupou todo os cargos glamorosos do Ministério, o chamado "circuito Elizabeth Arden", sonho de todo diplomata.
Muito mais que um diplomata, Mário foi um estadista, um homem de visão, e deixou uma forte marca pelo seu trabalho, que aqui destaco alguns pontos:
1. A extensão do limite territorial de nossa fronteira marítima para 200 milhas. Enfrentou grandes potências, como os EEUU, a França e o Japão, e de vizinhos, como a Argentina, mas foi graças a este trabalho que o petróleo descoberto nas bacias de Santos, de Campos e outras, pode ser considerado como brasileiro;
2. Mudança do Ministério das Relações Exteriores para Brasília, consolidando ainda mais nossa Capital Federal. Isto obrigou a todas as embaixadas e representações estrangeiras a saírem do Rio para Brasília, hipótese que elas apresentavam resistência;
3. Independência de nossa política externa que era alinhada aos interesses de Portugal e Estados Unidos, voltando-se para os países africanos, sul-americanos e árabes. Brasil começou a ser visto como uma liderança no Terceiro Mundo. Foi o mentor da política da "Diplomacia do Interesse Nacional", conhecida também como "Brasil Potência";
4. Foi o principal ator na implantação do tratado com o Paraguai para a criação da Itaipu Binacional. Além de resolver o problema energético indispensável para o crescimento do Brasil, solucionou uma antiga pendência com o nosso vizinho sobre uma área de fronteira;
5. No plano militar internacional, manteve-se contrário à adesão do Brasil ao tratado de não-proliferação nuclear, incentivando a qualificação tecnológica e construção de uma indústria armamentista nacional.
Mário teve forte influência na solução pacífica do seqüestro do embaixador americano Burke Elbrike, fato que contrariou a opinião de alguns setores das Forças Armadas que desejavam aproveitar-se de um desfecho infeliz e ainda mais, radicalizar a questão política do Brasil.
Teve também forte participação na arrecadação de 1 milhão de dólares, destinado ao pagamento dos tupamaros pela liberdade do embaixador brasileiro que tinha sido seqüestrado por eles. O Governo brasileiro de então recusou-se a negociar com estes guerrilheiros e a solução de Mário foi extra oficial. Independente.
Ao deixar o Ministério, ainda vigorando o Governo Militar, Mário pleiteou o cargo de Governador de Pernambuco (que na época era por indicação), mas sofreu forte resistência não só dos caciques políticos de Pernambuco da época, que alegavam que o mesmo estava ausente de Pernambuco há muitos anos, desconhecendo a realidade do Estado, como também dos próprios militares que o consideravam como de esquerda. Na época os governadores eram nomeados e Mário perdeu a indicação para Eraldo Gueiros.
Se os militares o toleravam e o classificavam de esquerdista, aqueles que sucederam o Governo Militar, revanchistas, o viam como um ex-ministro de Médici, e o taxavam de reacionário. Sem dúvida, isto é o que caracteriza o bom senso, o equilíbrio.
Inegavelmente Mário foi, antes de tudo, um nacionalista.
Avalizado pelo seu livro "Na Diplomacia, o traço todo da vida", disputou uma vaga de imortal na Academia Brasileira de Letras mas antevendo uma derrota para Paulo Coelho, retirou seu nome. Paulo Coelho assumiu a vaga e posteriormente numa clara manifestação de desdém pela Academia, nunca compareceu a nenhuma de suas sessões.
Todos os que os conheceram, citavam como sendo suas características: carismático, inteligente, aristocrático e simples. Informo outra: extremamente católico. Quando ia a Recife, fazia questão de assistir as missas de domingo no Mosteiro de São Bento em Olinda e se negava a receber a comunhão, pois legalmente divorciado e casado, considera-se "em pecado" com a Igreja Católica.
Como brasileiro e como Gibson, digo: "Obrigado, Mário!"
• Reference: INTERNATIONAL WHO'S WHO 2000: Volume 63; 63rd Ed. - 1999 - Page 562 - Snippet view - books.google.com

GIBSON-BARBOZA, Mario, GCMG; Brazilian diplomatist; b. 13 March 1918, Olinda, Pemambuco; s. of Oscar Bartholomeu Alves Barboza and Evangelina Gibson Barboza; m. Julia Blacker Baldessarri Gibson-Barboza 1975; ed. Faculdade de Direito de Recife, Superior War Coll. 1951; joined diplomatic service 1940; Vice-Consul, Houston; Sec, Washington, Brussels; Minister-Counsellor, Buenos Aires 1956-59; ; Deputv Perm.
Rep. to UN 1959-60; Amb. to Austria 1962-66, to Paraguay 1967-68; Sec-Gen. for Foreign 1968-69; Amb. to USA 1969; Minister of Foreign Affairs 1969-74; Amb. to Greece 1974-77, to Italy 1977-82, to UK 1982-86; recipient of Grand Cross of Order of Brazil and other decorations. Leisure interests: riding, reading, theatre.
Mário married Julia Blacker Baldessarri [1047] [MRIN: 319], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
6-Murilo Barboza [1048] was born in 1925.
6-Oscar Barboza [1049] was born in 1932.
5-Beatriz Xavier Gibson [872] .
Beatriz married Amaro Bernardino Cunha [873] [MRIN: 270], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1894 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. They had seven children: Ricardo, Fernando, Aluizio, Graça, Virgínia Célia Gibson, Letícia and Glória.
6-Ricardo Cunha [921] .
6-Fernando Cunha [922] .
6-Aluizio Cunha [923] .
6-Graça Cunha [924] .
6-Virgínia Célia Gibson Cunha [874] died in 2009.
Virgínia married José Bartholomeu Lemos Gibson [876] [MRIN: 271], son of Arnaldo Gibson [913] and Aline do Amaral Lemos [898], in 1948 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. They had five children: Guilherme, Gustavo Cunha, Romeu, Arnaldo and Joyce.
7-Guilherme Gibson [877] .
7-Gustavo Cunha Gibson [875] was born on 6 Aug 1951 in Olinda.
Noted events in his life were:
• Biography: Há quase 25 anos presente em Contagem, o médico Gustavo Gibson inicialmente manteve um consultório na Avenida João César de Oliveira, no bairro Eldorado, e mais tarde, atuou no Programa Saúde da Família (PSF), no bairro Santa Helena. Gibson também teve a oportunidade de mostrar seu trabalho no antigo PAM Campos Sales, que durante muito anos foi referência para a população de Contagem.

Apesar de ter residido em Belo Horizonte e Ribeirão das Neves, foi em Contagem que Gustavo Gibson fixou suas raízes, mais especificamente no bairro Tropical. E foi com esse carinho especial pela cidade que assumiu o cargo de vereador, em Contagem, pelo Partido dos Trabalhadores, no dia 1º de fevereiro de 2007.

Gustavo Gibson, reconduzido ao cargo de vereador no ano de 2008, foi eleito por unanimidade pelos demais vereadores, para ocupar o cargo de 1º secretário na Mesa Diretora da Câmara Municipal.
Gustavo married Maíra Armanelli [881] [MRIN: 272], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1976 in Belo Horizonte. They had three children: Felipe, Renato and Sérgio.
8-Felipe Gibson [883] .
8-Renato Gibson [884] .
8-Sérgio Gibson [885] .
Gustavo next married Sandra Maria Raymundo [882] [MRIN: 273], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1989 in Belo Horizonte. They had three children: Marcelo, Danilo and Virgínia.
8-Marcelo Gibson [886] .
8-Danilo Gibson [887] .
8-Virgínia Gibson [888] .
7-Romeu Gibson [879] .
7-Arnaldo Gibson [912] .
7-Joyce Gibson [880] .
6-Letícia Cunha [925] .
6-Glória Cunha [926] .
4-Alexandrina Gibson [867] was born on 26 Jun 1855 in Casa de Ponte d’Uchoa , Recife and was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco.
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Nasceu ela na casa de Ponte d'Uchoa em 26 de junho de 1855, tendo fica órfã aos 7 anos de idade.
Aos 17 anos, em 28 de dezembro de 1872, casou-se com o advogado Joaquim Moreira Pinto.
Quanto aos descendentes do casal, temos notícia apenas de uma filha \endash Beatriz.
Alexandrina married Joaquim Moreira Pinto [1207] [MRIN: 370], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
4-Elisa Gibson [868] was born on 23 Dec 1856 in Casa de Ponte d’Uchoa , Recife, was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco, and died on 5 Aug 1926 in Rua Bernardo Vieira de Mello 1065 Pernambuco Brazil aged 69.
Noted events in her life were:
• Wills Calendar: MAGALHAES Eliza Gibson of Rua Bernardo Vieira de Mello 1065 Pernambuco Brazil widow died 5 August 1926 Administration London 15 August to Eduardo Magalhaes ranch proprietor. Effects £582 15s. in England.
• Familia Gibson: Eliza Gibson. Casou com Bento José da Silva Magalhães (Cel da Guarda Nacional) tendo o casal deixado os nove filhos a seguir nominados: Elvira Magalhães Oliveira (Henrique Candido de Oliveira), Bento da Silva Magalhães (D. Maria Amália), Palmira Magalhães, Maria Evangelina Ledebour (Hermann Adolpho Ledebour), Eduardo Magalhães (D. Antonietta Moreira Alves), Àlvaro Magalhães (D. Altair Antunes Magalhães), Laura Magalhães de Medeiros (Romeu de Medeiros), Arnaldo Magalhães (D. Helena Lima Castro) e Fernando Magalhães.

O Cel. Bento Magalhães foi um dos grandes incentivadores do turfe pernambucano tendo assumido por inúmeras vezes a presidência do Jockey Club de Pernambuco. Na época da sua fundação, o Jockey Clube de Pernambuco era um clube da elite recifense, que costumeiramente aos domingos, se reunia para participar e observar as competições de turfe. Hoje, a prova de maior importância no turfe pernambucano é o Grande Prêmio Bento Magalhães.
Elisa married Bento José da Silva Magalhães [961] [MRIN: 285], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Bento was born on 18 Mar 1840 in Recife and died in 1912 in Recife aged 72. They had ten children: Bento (da Silva), Palmira, Maria Evangelina, Eduardo, Alvaro, Elvira, Laura, Arnaldo, Julieta Gonçalves and Fernando.
5-Bento (da Silva) Magalhães [971] was born on 23 May 1876 in Olinda.
Bento married Maria Amalia ____________ [1206] [MRIN: 369], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had no children.
5-Palmira Magalhães [1203] was born on 19 Jul 1877 in Olinda and died on 13 Sep 1957 in Recife aged 80. She never married and had no children.
5-Maria Evangelina Magalhães [1204] was born on 10 Jul 1880 in Olinda.
Maria married Hermann Adolpho Ledebour [1205] [MRIN: 368], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had seven children: Maria Elisa, Lucia, Hermann Bento, Lilia, Bento Hermann, Hilda and Cecilia.
6-Maria Elisa Ledebour [1211] .
Maria married Armando Jordão [1212] [MRIN: 373], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
6-Lucia Ledebour [1213] .
6-Hermann Bento Ledebour [1214] .
6-Lilia Ledebour [1215] .
6-Bento Hermann Ledebour [1216] died in 1934.
6-Hilda Ledebour [1217] .
6-Cecilia Ledebour [1218] .
5-Eduardo Magalhães [962] was born on 12 Jan 1881.
Eduardo married Antonietta ____________ [1219] [MRIN: 374], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in 1910. Antonietta was born on 12 Apr 1889 in Recife and died on 3 Dec 1918 in Recife aged 29. They had three children: Bento José Da Silva, Eduardo and Volgnia.
6-Bento José Da Silva Magalhães [1220] was born on 6 Jul 1912.
6-Eduardo Magalhães Junior [1221] was born on 5 Mar 1915.
6-Volgnia Magalhães [1222] was born on 3 Mar 1917.
Eduardo next married Catita ____________ [1223] [MRIN: 375], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
Noted events in her life were:
• Luciana's Tree: 3 children
5-Alvaro Magalhães [1196] was born on 19 Feb 1882.
Alvaro married someone. ____________ ____________ They had two children: Altaiz and Elisa.
6-Altaiz Magalhães [1224] .
6-Elisa Magalhães [1225] .
Elisa married Carlos Cairoli [1226] [MRIN: 377], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Elvira Magalhaes [1034] was born on 15 Feb 1875 in Olinda and died on 5 May 1931 in Recife aged 56.
Elvira married Henrique Candido de Oliveira [1033] [MRIN: 314], son of Eduardo Candido de Oliveira [369] and Amelia Augusto Pinto de Oliveira [367], on 14 Jan 1896 in Olinda. Henrique was born on 16 Jan 1866 in Recife and died in 1937 in Olinda aged 71. They had seven children: Henrique Magalhães de, Anna Maria de, Martha de, Amelia de, Elisa de, Irene Magalhães de and Ruy Magalhães de.
5-Laura Magalhães [1197] was born on 3 Sep 1887.
Laura married Romeu de Mederiros [1198] [MRIN: 366], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had one son: Romeu.
6-Romeu Mederiros Junior [1227] .
5-Arnaldo Magalhães [1199] was born on 19 Dec 1897.
Arnaldo married Helena Lima Castro [1200] [MRIN: 367], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had two children: Gustavo Adolpho de Casto and Wanda de Castro.
6-Gustavo Adolpho de Casto Magalhães [1228] .
6-Wanda de Castro Magalhães [1229] .
5-Julieta Gonçalves Magalhães [1201] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Luciana's Tree: Added in a later hand
JULIETA GONÇALVES (SOLTEIRA) IRMÃ DE CASA DE MORAVA NA CASA DE
5-Fernando Magalhães [1202] .
4-Margaret Gibson [869] was born on 18 Apr 1858 in Casa de Ponte d’Uchoa , Recife and was christened in Anglican Church, Pernambuco.
4-Alice Gibson [870] was born on 9 Jan 1860 in Casa de Ponte d’Uchoa , Recife and was christened on 17 Nov 1861 in Anglican Church, Pernambuco.
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Por adoção, tiveram também a filha Maria Vitória (a Cula, que casou com Amaral, comerciante), totalizando 08 (oito) filhos.
• Familia Gibson: Theodomiro Valois e Alice Gibson deram origem a Familia Valois de Vitoria de Santo Antão que é uma das mais tradicionais e importantes desta cidade, tendo presença marcante até hoje na região.

Os filhos varões do casal receberam o sobrenome Nascimento Valois e as filhas, Gibson Valois.

Como vimos, três dos filhos de Theodomiro & Alice, casaram-se com três filhas de Henry Oliver e Thereza - suas primas em primeiro grau.

Alice era paralitica e diz a tradição oral da familia, que possivelmente teria sido em decorrência de uma queda que sua mãe Alexandrina sofreu na escadaria da casa de Ponte d'Uchoa quando estava grávida.

Este acidente aconteceu porque estando Henry trabalhando com uma máquina nos jardins de sua casa, prendeu a mão gritando por socorro. Alexandrina correu para acudi-lo e ao descer as escadarias, caiu. Henry perdeu parte de um dedo que foi esmagado pela máquina.

Informei a tradição oral da família mas, como médico, prefiro acreditar que a paralisia de Alice tenha sido em decorrência de poliomielite.

Quanto ao casamento de Alice & Theodomiro, igualmente ao de Elisa & Bento, foi ele complexo em virtude da oposição da família. Eles porem não se intimidaram e também fugiram para casarem-se, no que pese andar ela em cadeira de rodas. Fixaram-se na cidade de Vitória de Santo Antão \endash PE.
Gustavo Gibson
Alice married Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento Valois [1233] [MRIN: 379], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had seven children: Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento, Eurico do Nascimento, Alderico do Nascimento, Alzira Gibson, Maria Hermengarda Gibson, Arlinda Gibson and Edgar do Nascimento.
5-Theodomiro Cristovão do Nascimento Valois Filho [1237] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Administrative officer of Sanitation Vitoria de Santo Antao, National Guard officer and married his cousin Adele Gibson (daughter of Henry Oliver Gibson ). They had the following children: Inaldo, Heitor, Adelita, Doralice, Clarice, Galba, Paulo, Adelmo, Nelly, Maria Tereza, Lygia Lucia e Fernando. At the time of his death, Theodomiro lived in Olinda and was buried in the vault of the Gibson Family, the Cemetery of Santo Amaro in Recife, which was built by his father, Henry Oliver Gibson. His widow, Adele, was buried in Victoria.
Theodomiro married Adele Gibson [1238] [MRIN: 381], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
Theodomiro next married Adele Gibson [1239] [MRIN: 382], daughter of Henry [Oliveira] Oliver Gibson [3] and Thereza Eugenia de Pinho Borges [1188].
5-Eurico do Nascimento Valois [1235] .
Eurico married Corina Gibson [1234] [MRIN: 380], daughter of Henry [Oliveira] Oliver Gibson [3] and Thereza Eugenia de Pinho Borges [1188]. They had one son: Aurino do Nascimento.
5-Alderico do Nascimento Valois [1240] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Cirurgião dentista, e casou em 25/01/1923 com Ignez Tavares de Mello, nascida no dia 24/10/1905 em Vitória de Santo Antão \endash PE.) Mudaram-se para Gravatá (cidade vizinha a Vitoria) onde fixaram residencia. Parece que o casal teve 2 filhos.
Alderico married Ignez Tavares de Mello [1241] [MRIN: 383], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 25 Jan 1923.
5-Alzira Gibson Valois [1242] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Alzira Gibson Valois - que foi casada com o jornalista e escritor Ceciliano de Oliveira Mello, conhecido pelo pseudonimo Célio Meira. O casal teve duas filhas: Anita Garibaldi e Violeta.
Alzira married Ceciliano de Oliveira Mello [1243] [MRIN: 384], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Maria Hermengarda Gibson Valois [1244] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Maria Hermengarda Gibson Valois (que foi casada com o comerciante Affonso José da Rocha, e tiveram 05 filhos: Célia, Dario, Alzira, Eulâmpio - o Rochinha, e Maria José Rocha Sena)
Maria married Affonso José da Rocha [1245] [MRIN: 385], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Arlinda Gibson Valois [1246] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Familia Gibson: Arlinda Gibson Valois - foi casada com o médico João Correia de Oliveira Mello. Tiveram 03 filhos: Theodomiro, Anibal e Leonor.
Arlinda married João Correia de Oliveira Mello [1247] [MRIN: 386], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Edgar do Nascimento Valois [1248] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Familia Gibson: Edgar do Nascimento Valois - farmacêutico, casou com a prima Hélia Gibson. Tiveram 03 filhas: Lucia Lygia, Berta e Sara Rosilda
Edgar married Hélia Gibson [1249] [MRIN: 387], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
3-Joaquim (Antonio?) de Oliveira [1176] was born on 3 May 1823 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
3-José (Antonio?) de Oliveira [1031] was born in 1825 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
3-Umbelina Joaquina de Oliveira [975] was born about 1824 in Recife.
Umbelina married José Rodrigues Pereira [976] [MRIN: 289], son of Rodrigo Miguel Pereira [1006] and Francisca Thereza ____________ [1007], about 1842. José was born in 1810 in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil., died on 16 Jul 1886 in Recife - Causa Mortis: "asystolia" aged 76, and was buried on 21 Jul 1886. They had one son: José Rodrigues.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: José Rodrigues Pereira was a tradesman in Recife register.
• He was buried. Transcription of text - José Rodrigues Pereira - Pernambuco, 76 anos, viúvo, Afogados, Asystolia.
Detail - Cemitério Público / Date - 21 Jul 1886, p.3

4-José Rodrigues Pereira Junior [977] was born on 16 Sep 1843 in Recife, was christened on 19 Mar 1844 in Godfather - Francisco Gomes de Oliveira, and died on 12 Dec 1886 in Rio de Janeiro aged 43.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was baptised. Baptism Certificate of José Rodrigues Pereira Junior, his parents were José Rodrigues Pereira and Umbelina Joaquina de Oliveira . On his mother's side, his grandparents were José Antonio de Oliveira and Maria de Araújo de Oliveira .
The baptism occurred on 19 March 1844. The godfather was Francisco Gomes de Oliveira and the godmother was Maria de Araújo de Oliveira (his grandmother).
Rodrigues Pereira Family: The family has many documents Concerning him.
• Note: He was a lawyer and judge in Belém, Pará, Brazil and the President of the Province of Paraiba, Brazil (1879 - 1880).
José married Isabel Leitão Rodrigues da Cunha [978] [MRIN: 290], daughter of Ambrose Leitao da Cunha Barão Mamoré [1282] and Maria José da Gama e Silva [1283]. Isabel was born on 16 Dec 1853 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 23 Mar 1913 in Rio de Janeiro aged 59. They had six children: José Maria, Mauricio Rodrigues, Maria José Rodrigues, Ambrosina Rodrigues, Edmundo Rodrigues and Elia.
5-José Maria Pereira [1285] .
5-Mauricio Rodrigues Pereira [1284] was born on 2 Oct 1875 in Belém, Pará, Brazil, died on 29 Nov 1939 in Rio de Janeiro aged 64, and was buried in Cemitério de São João Batista, Rio de Janeiro.
Noted events in his life were:
• Notes: As an engineer from Guinle & Co., Mauricio participated in the construction of the hydroelectric plant of the Serra dos Toledos in the city of Itajubá, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
(Paula Nlaria Feicbas Wlanova)

http://www.cerpch.unifei.edu.br/arquivos/revistas/14/100c1066342ad7c6027a5065eb8d4bc0.pdf
Mauricio was one of the founding members of the Club Flamengo of Rio de Janeiro.

"They signed yet, these minutes, as founding members, Jose Agostinho Pereira da Cunha, Napoleon Coelho de Oliveira, Mário Spíndola, José Maria Leitao da Cunha, Carlos Sardine, Sardine Eduardo, Jose Felix da Cunha Menezes, Emygdio José Barbosa (or Emygdio Pereira, or Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira , hà controversies) Mauricio Rodrigues Pereira , Desiderius Guimarães, George Leuzinger, Augusto Lopes da Silveira, João de Almeida and José Augusto Lustosa Chalréo, and the last three missed the meeting, but the minutes signed days and later received the title. "

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He participated in the first round with the boat Pherusa, Flamengo's first boat.
"Those who belonged to the social elite and they were in full youth, practiced sports, mainly Remo, as a way to stay strong and be able to win the girls who were walking, always very well accompanied by their families, by the shoreline of the city . At this end of the century, there were guilds who practiced Remo, hitherto the main sport that attracted the attention of the public and the newspapers of the time. That's when a small group of young people, mostly students, who gathered at Restaurant Lamas, located in Largo do Machado, had the following idea: "Let's form a group of races." They could not bear to see the young rowers from Botafogo, who lived success before making the girls of Flamengo beach, absolute reign. And why not, since they had the willpower to change this situation? It was thus that in September 1895, Jose Agostinho Pereira da Cunha launched this idea, which was readily accepted by Mario Espinola, Augusto Silveira and Nestor de Barros Lopes.
The first step was to buy a boat, as a Group of Tank should have a boat. They decided to paying contributions and bought an old whaling five oars that was leaning against a house of Flamengo beach. They took the boat to the beach Maria Angu (now Palm Beach) and there tried to arrange the repair site with a shipowner. Until then, they were already part of the group José Felix da Cunha Menezes, Napoleon de Oliveira, Mauricio Rodrigues Pereira, Joaquim Felisberto Laport and Bahia. The boat was christened with the name Pherusa (remember that at the time had the ph sound of f).
On October 06, the vessel was thrown overboard with Nestor de Barros, Mario Espinola, Jose Felix da Cunha, Felisberto Laport, Jose Agostinho Pereira, Napoleon de Oliveira, Mauricio Rodrigues Pereira and Joaquim dos Santos Leovegildo Bahia forming the garrison that would lead to Pherusa to Praia do Flamengo. Departed Ponta do Caju, during the afternoon. Shortly thereafter, the weather began to turn and the strong wind caused the sinking of the vessel. Your crew, seeing that they could die, clung to the overturned hull of the vessel in an attempt to save their lives. In a heroic and desperate, Joaquim Bahia, who was an accomplished swimmer, jumped into the sea and began swimming, trying to get to the beach and call for help. Some time later, with the best time, young people are rescued by a speedboat carrying passengers who were in the Penha Church. The Pherusa was towed to the dock Pharoux at Praça XV and everyone thought the adventure would have a fatality: Joaquim Bahia. However, Bahia can get to the beach on the island of Bom Jesus and communicates this to the delegate of the 18th district. In Commercio newspaper the next day, the story of the members of whaling and its brave crew was told. It was the first great story of heroism Flamengo. "
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As an engineer from Guinle & Co., Mauricio participated in the construction of the hydroelectric plant of the Serra dos oToledos in the city of Itajubá, Minas Gerais.
(Paula Nlaria Feicbas Wlanova) http://www.cerpch.unifei.edu.br/arquivos/revistas/14/100c1066342ad7c6027a5065eb8d4bc0.pdf
5-Maria José Rodrigues Pereira [979] was born on 19 Feb 1873 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 11 Sep 1925 in Belém, Pará, Brazil - Causa mortis: uremia aged 52.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: José Maria founded an electricity firm Central Electric Zumbinha on 1898 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
• Reference: The Electrical Review: Volume 68 - 1911 - Snippet viewn - Mr. Jose M. Rodrigues Pereira, who is already carrying on business as an electrician and mechanical engineer at Belem do Pari, Brazil, is shortly opening another house at Rio de Janeiro with several electrical, mechanical and hydraulic ...
Maria married Elisabeth Maria Leopoldina Gonçalves da Rocha [980] [MRIN: 291], daughter of João Baptista da Rocha Gonçalves [1289] and Marianna da Leopoldina Rocha Mello [1290]. Elisabeth was born in 1886 in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil and died in 1968 in Rio de Janeiro aged 82. They had three children: José Rodrigues, Raul Rodrigues and Elia Rodrigues.
6-José Rodrigues Pereira [1291] was born on 29 Mar 1903 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 31 Oct 1977 in Rio de Janeiro aged 73 aged 74.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: José was a naval and civil engineer. He taught the Resistance of materials at the Faculty of Engineering, Federal University of Pará (UFPA) engineer and Superintendent of Navigation of the Amazon and Port Authority of Para-Snapp having previously held the position of Superintendent.
He founded the Society of Engineering José Rodrigues Pereira (1953 to 1973). He was consultant to various shipbuilding companies in Rio de Janeiro.
José married Gardenia de Figueredo Cascaes [3449] [MRIN: 1105], daughter of Edmund Lucio Cardoso Cascaes [3450] and Geoverginia da Figueredo Cascaes [3451], in Belém, Pará, Brazil. They had one son: Edmundo José Rodrigues.
7-Edmundo José Rodrigues Pereira [3452] was born on 15 Apr 1928 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 3 Oct 1995 in Belém, Pará, Brazil aged 67.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Edmundo José was a civil engineer. He worked at Engineering Company José Rodrigues Pereira (1953 to 1969). He worked the engineer of LASA Enga., Responsible for the Carajás Railroad Project., Section St. Agnes / Maranhão to Empress / Empress Maranhão and section / Maranhão to Maraba / Pará (1973 to 1977) and Technical Manager of the construction of the Northern Perimeter Road in São Gabriel da Cachoeira, Amazonas, Brazil (1977 to 1984).
Edmundo married Carmen Silvia de Moraes Herennius [3453] [MRIN: 1107], daughter of Almir Queiroz de Moraes [3454] and Lindalva Herennius de Moraes [3455], on 18 Feb 1963 in Belém, Pará, Brazil. Carmen was born on 28 Nov 1943 in Maraba, Para, Brazil. They had three children: Almir José, Edmundo Luis Rodrigues and Carmen Silvia Rodrigues.
8-Almir José Pereira [3456] was born on 7 Dec 1963 in 7 Dec 1963.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Almir José is sanitary engineer. He holds a MS in hydric resources (UFPB 1991) and Ph.D. in hydraulic engineering and sanitation (EESC-USP 2000). He is author of two technical and scientific books (one on another in the fourth edition and 2 nd edition), a book organizer and author of 15 book chapters, articles in specialized periodicals five and 80 papers in the Technical Congress. He has four patents of technology products, technical papers developed works (STPs Projects, landfill, sewage disposal system etc). He is advisor of academic papers. He received an Award and participated and coordinated research projects. He is currently Associate Professor II of the Federal University of Para, coordinating the research group Hydraulics and Sanitation (GPHS) and the Laboratory of Energy Efficiency and Water Sanitation - LENHS. He is member of Pará Academy of Sciences. He is presently Director of the National Association of Sanitation.
Almir married Rosalina Moitta Pinto da Costa [3459] [MRIN: 1109], daughter of Alberto Pinto da Costa [3460] and Leda Moitta Pinto da Costa [3461]. Rosalina was born on 19 Sep 1965 in Belém, Pará. They had one son: Jose Alberto Pinto da Costa Rodrigues.
9-Jose Alberto Pinto da Costa Rodrigues Pereira [3462] was born on 13 Dec 2001 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
8-Edmundo Luis Rodrigues Pereira [3457] was born on 1 Feb 1965 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Edmundo Luis is a neurologist, specialized in microneurosurgery (Phillips Universität - Marburg, Germany, Universitätspital, Zurich, Switzerland, Institute of Neurological Sciences - Portuguese Beneficent (SP, Brazil) 1995-1997; peripheral nerves and spinal surgery (Sarah Network of Hospitals Locomotor - Brasilia, Brazil 1997-1999), brain tumors (Hospital Ramón y Cajal - Madrid, Spain). medical neurocirurgeon He is at Ophir Loyola Hospital and Oncology at Metropolitan Hospital and Emergency Medical Urgency. He holds a MS in neuroscience and cell biology (UFPA 2010). He is doing Ph.D. in clinical oncology (INCA-RJ/UFPA 2011 -).
Edmundo married Rita Delgado Villora Cuartero [3463] [MRIN: 1111], daughter of Pedro Delgado Cuartero [3520] and Rita Blasquez Villora [3521]. Rita was born on 2 Sep 1967 in Albacete, Spain. They had three children: Jose Pedro Delgado Rodrigues, Santiago Delgado Rodrigues and Maria del Carmen Delgado Rodrigues.
9-Jose Pedro Delgado Rodrigues Pereira [3464] was born on 10 Aug 2000 in Madrid, Spain.
9-Santiago Delgado Rodrigues Pereira [3465] was born on 10 Aug 2000 in Madrid, Spain.
9-Maria del Carmen Delgado Rodrigues Pereira [3466] was born on 10 Aug 2000 in Madrid, Spain.
Edmundo next married Dina Martins dos Anjos [3467] [MRIN: 1112], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had one daughter: Preciada Angels Martins.
9-Preciada Angels Martins Pereira [3468] was born on 5 Feb 1985 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Preciada married Thiago Ribeiro Lima [3469] [MRIN: 1113], son of Izidoro Souza Lima [3470] and Célia Maria Ribeiro [3471]. Thiago was born on 25 Dec 1984 in Belém, Pará, Brazil. They had one daughter: Angels Lima Eloah.
10-Angels Lima Eloah Lima [3472] was born on 20 Oct 2007 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
8-Carmen Silvia Rodrigues Pereira [3458] was born on 29 Jan 1966 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Carmen is Bachelor in Business Administration (UNAMA).
She worked at the Federal Secretary of Finance, Federal Secretary Planning and Budget and Service of Support for Micro and Small Enterprises - SEBRAE.
She is divorced from Ricardo Dantas Vigliano. He was born on 9 Jan 1965 in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.
They had a son: Ricardo.
Carmen married Ricardo Dantas Vigliano [3474] [MRIN: 1115], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Ricardo was born on 9 Jan 1965 in Rio de Janeiro. They had one son: Ricardo Rodrigues Pereira.
9-Ricardo Rodrigues Pereira Vigliano [3473] was born on 12 Jan 1965 in Rio de Janeiro.
6-Raul Rodrigues Pereira [981] was born on 13 Jan 1915 in Belém, Para, Brazil and died on 21 Jan 1969 in Rio de Janeiro aged 54.
Noted events in his life were:
• Notes: Raul was a civil and naval engineer. He was a teacher of astronomy and geodesy at the Federal University of Pará
He was Director of the Port of the Pará Docks Company.
The Brazilian historian Augusto Meira Filho wrote of him:-
MY PARTNER RAUL PEREIRA
Augusto Meira Filho
Departed from our midst the old and esteemed colleague Raul Pereira. Companion of all times, lately his presence, his balance, his trust in things and men, her affable temperament, his discipline and his character would become part of every moment together everything we dreamed carry the greatness of this city and this state. Alongside this other brother Fernando Guilhon all hours, in the old Snapp, school classes, the problems of mapping the region in historic polls, how to solve the magic fell, down in the shadows of the old house the college Santo Antonio and work and topo-hydrographic channel-of-the meditative marine Raul Pereira marked his personality in letters of gold when not blood, tinting and enriching the ways of our common desires for the good of the land where we were born.
Even in 1966 when the passage of Bethlehem birthday, Raul was the indefatigable fighter, the friend always present at work fixing the statue of the conqueror of the entrance to the Amazon port of Belem Should the city more to your figure and lover of this technical land than any other participant in the construction of the monument committee Pedro Teixeira to the solution obtained in magnificent location offering lusa at that point where assert his authority had been done - and why not say - sometimes breaking, changing, distorting cleverly orders received, to better serve our claims, the claims of the city, which required, then cooperation of the leaders of the municipality and which Raul was one of the chiefs. Without mutilating the fundamental characteristics of the functions of the port, and which was responsible to his superiors, without departing from the line of duty, without diminishing its position and that of your department, your dear colleague with temperance, with its floor calculated with gasped the Rs and these, his authority, marked here, for posterity, the coordinates of its knowledge of itself and the compass card that summarizes the remarkable figure of the Amazon browser! Only those who accompanied him in this work, step-by-step, we the municipal committee, Amorim lusa the colony and its director-general and Guilhon mutual friend, can understand and exalt the figure of the coach always busy and careful in the exact coordinates of the monument. A few days before his departure to Rio in search of treatment, called us looking for information about the work and its organization in 1966. Preparing a position paper on the monument that now illuminates the entrance of Bethlehem and needed some minor reports. It was our last match.
Raul Pereira had a candid soul and iron discipline. True friend, sincere, perfect, humble, quiet, hated publicity. I loved the anonymity. There are times, without any material gain, had performed at our request hydrographic surveys of marine hole, site of the future bridge Mosqueiro in PA-17. At our insistence, was chosen for technical adviser to the company you want to perform this work. He liked to collaborate, work, engage with pleasure and even friendship, but without any manifestation of vanity undertaken by the service.
To feel how far would modesty, kindness, dedication, the superiority of this illustrious and esteemed companion, enough for us to reproduce the terms leaked in postcard we remitted in 1960, the city of Cambuquira. Raul Ali said:
"Dear friend Augusto - It would be a great pleasure that I return Cambuquira pleasant, always remembered my Pará, Belém-Brasília traveling through and to complete follow-up to the Hat Turned by mui desired Mosqueiro to Bethlehem after this journey, Meira embrace friends and Guilhon and then remembering the days of confabulations around the PA-17 that often took part our dynamic colleague Rui Almeida. Wishing to your health, I ask you a big hug to transmitas good friend Rui Meira - Raul.
Far away, in Minas, resting in the waters of Cambuquira, Raul had not forgotten his companions in the struggle of Bethlehem Mosqueiro, fight which he had a big one. Thus, power will feel the feelings of kindness and camaraderie of the late colleague. Another time, I was in Switzerland, attending finishing school, with specialized bag, and those distances there in Aarau, Raul also overflowed its nostalgia of Pará, Belém his memory, of this city that he knew love like everyone should want! We then their, these expressions:
"The stage occupations in Kern and the charms of Switzerland, did not make me forget the good friends and colleagues Augusto, Rui and Guilhon. This card is proof of my longing for the delights mosqueirenses and Pará. Wishing everyone health, sending hugs. - Raul - Aarau on 03.11.63. (Switzerland).
Compúnhamos lately, a group of three to researching, investigating secrets of our historic Belém do Pará Grand. From side to side, our concern for the discovery of new facts, it was common to three. In temples, the traditional convent of Santo Antonio where the sisters admired in Merces, the Institute, our thought was heading to one direction. Common Dreams and always oriented to the welfare, happiness, development of our state and its beautiful capital. Functioning as coach of IRB, weekly prose drew a finger at our office in passing that entity, our neighboring building and floor. And, without fail, to go with his hat in his briefcase and umbrella document, repeated: - How will this Cathedral ...! Smile, then before he left that designation of Guilhon also customer's "temple" which became the highest prelate!
We feel, yet at every turn, your floor, your typical voice, his advice, his tendencies, his great love for the public cause. Employee exemplary technical conscientious and capable, sincere friend and great moments, Raul remains closer to us. His fellow School, her wedding on the same day of the linkage Amorim, fabulous and unforgettable encounter that class in both "amarramentos" could never forget in our lives. Oscar Almeida, Pedro, Amyntas, Damasceno together marcaríamos those dates with the anointing of the greatest moments of our lives as college thirty years ago!
How much, remains yet to establish the greatness of heart, charity innate goodness and pure feelings of our late comrade. We would far, far away these memories so dear. And if there are in infinite space, the outer world that both Raul met, studied and loved, a new star ... This, surely, is that God himself has set as its highest award! "
(Newspaper "The Province of Pará", 02/07/1969, 1. Notebook, p.4)
Raul Rocha married Cassilda Rodrigues Pereira [] on 1 Oct 1940 in Belém, Pará, Brazil, daughter of Alzira da Rocha Keys [] Penna and Felix da Rocha []. She was born on 5 Apr 1915 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died in Rio de Janeiro on 22 Jul 1979. They had two children: Robert and Joaquim Maria delle Grazie.
Raul married Cassilda Chaves da Rocha [982] [MRIN: 292], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Cassilda was born on 5 Apr 1915 in Belém, Para, Brazil, was christened on 15 Dec 1917 in Igreja da Sé Padre José Lago Padrinhos: Maurillo Miranda Anézia Oliveira, and died on 22 Jul 1997 in Rio de Janeiro aged 82. They had two children: Roberto Joaquim da Rocha Rodrigues and Maria das Graças.
7-Roberto Joaquim da Rocha Rodrigues Pereira [3499] was born on 18 Aug 1941 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Roberto is a civil engineer (UFPA) and safety enginering (PUC / RJ). He worked for 25 years at great construction companies in Rio de Janeiro 13 years and is the Managing Director of CasaShopping in Rio de Janeiro. Currently his hobby is photography and in this way he is contributor to Several magazines in Rio de Janeiro: Unforgettable Wedding, Honeymoon Unforgettable, Unforgettable Party to the store and Child Way
Roberto married Hilma Maria de Oliveira Marques [3500] [MRIN: 1124], daughter of Joaquim Cândido Marques [3501] and Hercínia Chaves de Oliveira [3502]. They had three children: Roberto Rodrigues Marques, Raul Rodrigues and Ricardo Rodrigues Marques.
8-Roberto Rodrigues Marques Pereira [3503] was born on 27 Feb 1969 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Roberto is manager of the company. He founded the firm High Fidelity.
Roberto married Samantha Nunes de Oliveira [3504] [MRIN: 1126], daughter of Nunes de Oliveira [3505] and Vera Lucia Ferreira Agenor [3506], on 22 Aug 1998 in Rio de Janeiro. Samantha was born Dec 9th 1974. They had two children: Thabatha Nunes de Oliveira Marques Rodrigues and Thiago Nunes de Oliveira Marques Rodrigues.
9-Thabatha Nunes de Oliveira Marques Rodrigues Pereira [3507] was born on 23 Apr 2003.
9-Thiago Nunes de Oliveira Marques Rodrigues Pereira [3508] was born on 19 Mar 2008.
8-Raul Rodrigues Pereira Neto [3509] was born on 19 Sep 1971 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Raul is a lawyer (FCM-Ipanema 1971) in postgraduate Civil Liability and Consumer Protection and specialized in Public Law and International Contracts (CEJ-Center for Legal Studies). He is First Vice-President of Brazil Greece Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism.
Raul married Elvina Claudia de Carvalho Lima [3510] [MRIN: 1128], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 6 Sep 1997 in Igreja de Santa Cruz dos Militares, Rio de Janeiro. Elvina was born on 9 Dec 1970. They had two children: Pedro Henrique Carvalho Rodrigues and Luis Felipe Carvalho Rodrigues.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: She graduated in Design (PUC-RJ) and postgraduate in decoration (RJ-Decorators' Club).
9-Pedro Henrique Carvalho Rodrigues Pereira [3511] was born on 28 Jun 1999 in Rio de Janeiro.
9-Luis Felipe Carvalho Rodrigues Pereira [3512] was born on 28 Jun 1999 in Rio de Janeiro.
8-Ricardo Rodrigues Marques Pereira [3513] was born on 26 Dec 1973 in Rio de Janeiro.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Ricardo graduated in Design (City College-RJ) and associate of 3RStudio Publisher and Art Director of its publications.
Ricardo married Fernanda Campos Nogueira Borges [3514] [MRIN: 1129], daughter of José Nogueira Borges [3515] and Deise Fields [3516]. Fernanda was born on 15 Mar 1975 in Rio de Janeiro. They had one daughter: Ana Carolina Nogueira Rodrigues.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: She is a Pharmacy graduate (UNIGRANRIO RJ-1996).
9-Ana Carolina Nogueira Rodrigues Pereira [3517] was born on 23 Dec 2008 in Rio de Janeiro.
7-Maria das Graças Pereira [1004] was born in 1949 in Belém, Para, Brazil.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Graduated in Law (UFPA 1971) and History (UCM 2007). She worked as a lawyer in the Securities Commission-CVM and Attorney General in the State of Rio de Janeiro until her retirement. Postgraduate History of Brazil (UCAM-2008). Also graduated in Piano (Carlos Gomes Conservatory- Belém -PA-1966).
Maria married Maria dos Anjos Dagoberto Andrade [1027] [MRIN: 310], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had one son: Daniel Rodrigues Pereira de.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: He has spent nine years in the Captain the Brazilian Navy. He is a graduate in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and Law.
8-Daniel Rodrigues Pereira de Andrade [1028] was born on 21 Feb 1975 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: Daniel graduated in Computer Engineering (PUC-RJ 1997). He has worked at MICROSOFT-USA since 2002.
Daniel married Jessica Gurry [1029] [MRIN: 311], daughter of Edward Gurry [3518] and Diane Landry [3519]. Jessica was born on 12 Sep 1974 in Metairie, LA., USA. They had one son: Alexander Gurry.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Jessica is a food scientist.
9-Alexander Gurry Andrade [1030] was born on 11 Aug 2009 in Carey, North Caroline, USA..
6-Elia Rodrigues Pereira [1292] was born on 9 Nov 1907 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 13 Mar 1992 in Rio de Janeiro aged 84.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Elia was a federal public servant.
Elia married Nelson Antonio de Assis Bentes [3475] [MRIN: 1116], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in Belém, Pará, Brazil. Nelson died on 5 Apr 1973 in Belém, Pará, Brazil. They had two children: José Afonso de Assis and Ambrose Luiz de Assis.
7-José Afonso de Assis Bentes [3476] was born on 7 Dec 1933 in Belém, Pará, Brazil and died on 15 Jun 1972 in Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil aged 38.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: He was a merchant in Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil.
7-Ambrose Luiz de Assis Bentes [3477] was born on 21 Jun 1941 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: He is Navy Officer (retired), data processing technologist, Cabotage Captain of Merchant Navy. He coursed Radar Observation and Simulation at Politechnic City of London (University of London).
Ambrose married Lygia Maria Matos Gracindo Marques [3478] [MRIN: 1117], daughter of Dr. Joaquim Gracindo Marques [3479] and Maria Matos Leylah [3480]. Lygia was born on 19 Aug 1943 in Rio de Janeiro. They had four children: Patricia Marques de Assis Gracindo, Christiane Gracindo Bentes Marques de Assis, Gracindo Alexandre Marques de Assis and Gracindo Fabiana Marques de Assis.
8-Patricia Marques de Assis Gracindo Bentes [3484] was born on 11 Dec 1965 in Rio de Janeiro.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: She is graduated in Administration (UFRJ). She is Master in Finance (University Mackenzie-SP).
Patricia married Luciano Araújo [3485] [MRIN: 1121], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had three children: Suzana Araújo de Assis Bentes, Rodrigo Araújo de Assis Bentes and Gustavo Araújo de Assis Bentes.
9-Suzana Araújo de Assis Bentes Araújo [3486] was born on 25 Aug 1999 in New York, USA.
9-Rodrigo Araújo de Assis Bentes Araújo [3487] was born on 15 Aug 2001 in New York, USA.
9-Gustavo Araújo de Assis Bentes Araújo [3488] was born on 15 Aug 2001 in New York, USA.
8-Christiane Gracindo Bentes Marques de Assis Bentes [3489] was born on 11 Sep 1968 in Rio de Janeiro.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Graduate in Economics
Christiane married Luis de Gutnisky [3490] [MRIN: 1122], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. They had three children: Francisco de, Felipe de and Renata de.
9-Francisco de Gutnisky [3491] was born on 20 May 1999 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
9-Felipe de Gutnisky [3492] was born on 20 May 2001 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
9-Renata de Gutnisky [3493] was born on 25 Jan 2006 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
8-Gracindo Alexandre Marques de Assis Bentes [3494] was born on 16 May 1972 in Rio de Janeiro.
Noted events in his life were:
• Note: He is a graduate in Design (University City-RJ)
8-Gracindo Fabiana Marques de Assis Bentes [3495] .
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: A journalist, she graduated in Media Studies
Gracindo married Cesar Rengifo [3496] [MRIN: 1123], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in Rio de Janeiro. Cesar was born in Colombia. They had two children: Eduardo and Frederick.
9-Eduardo Rengifo [3497] was born on 1 Mar 2005 in Bogotá, Colombia.
9-Frederick Rengifo [3498] was born on 27 Jun 2009 in Rio de Janeiro.
Ambrose next married Maria Conceição Santos de Souza [3481] [MRIN: 1119], daughter of Necyr de Souza [3482] and Elsa Neves dos Santos [3483], on 25 Jul 1992 in Saquarema, RJ. Maria was born on 8 Dec 1940 in Vitória, ES.
5-Ambrosina Rodrigues Pereira [1286] was born on 15 May 1878 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in her life were:
• Note: Ambrosina was a professor of English, French and Mathematics in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. She wrote the primer textbooks for children to learn English. These books were used by several schools in Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
5-Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira [1287] was born on 10 Aug 1879 in Belém, Pará, Brazil.
Noted events in his life were:
• Notes: Edmundo was a naval engineer and an officer - Captain of Sea and War of the Brazilian Navy.
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Marine engineer ... Mr. sea captain and war Edmundo Rodrigues' Pereira, veiu declare, with his authority, that the normal displacement of the ship is 496 ton, 6 and cessidade a special El credit: $500, occorrer to 33
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EDMUNDO RODRIGUES PEREIRA engenheiro naval.
("O Paiz") A PROPÓSITO DA RELATIVIDADE Tentemos referir, tão simplesmente quão possível, um dos novos pontos da theoria de Einstein. A sciencia visa dar ao homem uma correcta ...

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... Guerra Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira. Publica um "boletim". Museu Simões da Silva. Sede - Rua Visconde Silva, 111. Proprietário: Dr. Antônio Carlos Simões da Silva. Sindicato Nacional de Agronomia. Sede - Avenida Rio Branco, 183 ...

1. Revista marítima brasileira - Volume 113 - Página 260
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Conta, por exemplo, que tudo começou em meados de 1918; nessa ocasião, o Capitão-de -Fragata engenheiro naval Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira, em conversa com o ministro da Marinha, Almirante Alexandrino, sugeriu que o velho Arsenal ...

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Edmundo Rodrigues-Pereira, contestando em um artigo publicado no

Brazil Magazine: Volume 22, Edition 85-Volume 23, Issue 92
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EDMUND RODRIGUES PEREIRA marine engineer.
("O Paiz") FOR THE PURPOSES OF RELATIVITY Let us try to refer, as simply as possible how one of the new points of theoria Einstein. The science aims to give the man a proper ...
Bulletin of the National Council of Geography: Issue 1
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War Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira. Publishes a "report card". Museum Simões da Silva. Headquarters - Visconde Silva, 111. Owner: Dr. Antônio Carlos Simões da Silva. National Union of Agronomy. Headquarters - Avenida Rio Branco, 183 ...

1. Brazilian maritime Magazine - Volume 113 - Page 260
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Account, for example, that all started in mid-1918, on this occasion, the Captain of Frigate-naval engineer Edmundo Rodrigues Pereira, in conversation with the Minister of the Navy, Admiral Alexandrian, suggested that the old Arsenal ...
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Edmundo Rodrigues-Pereira, disputed in an article published in 'The Paizt, 1 April 6 correóte the anno, one of my many allegacôes current series of articles relating to problems nava: Brazilian s, af-firmed: a) After. ..

He was mentioned as a possible founding member of Club Regatta.
5-Elia Pereira [1288] .
3-Maria Adelaide de Oliveira [3634] was born in 1826 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, and died on 23 Jan 1907 in 35 Carisbrooke Road, St. Leonards-On-Sea, Sx. aged 81, and was buried on 26 Jan 1907 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London.
Noted events in her life were:
• O Liberal Pernambuco Ed. 256:: August, 6, 1853. Movimento do Porto - Navios entrados no dia 3 - Navios sahidos no mesmo dia
Liverpool - Galera ingleza Columbus, capitão Goble, carga a mesma que trouxe. Passageiros, Ferdinand Beiber e sua familia, Henry Gibson, Madama Fox e 2 filhos menores.
• Census 1861: Reciffe House, Church Street, Stoke Newington, Middlesex
Edward H. J. Fox Head 44 South American Merchant Bethnal Green, Middlesex
Maria A. Fox Wife 35 Brazil
Hannah Fox Daur. 12 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Mary Fox Daur. 10 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Edward Fox Son 9 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Emily Fox Daur. 8 Scholar Stoke Newington
William Fox Son 7 Scholar Stoke Newington
Amelia Fox Daur. 6 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Adelaide Fox Daur. 4 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Charles J. Fox Son 2 Stoke Newington
Frederick Fox Son 9 months Stoke Newington
Mary Gibson Niece 14 Scholar Brazil British Subject
Lucy Worley Servant Widow 57 Cook Chichester Sussex
Jane Moslen Servant Unmarried 28 Housemaid ...... Wiltshire
Harriet Nicholls Servant Unmarried 33 Nurse Snitisham Norfolk
Delfina da Conceicao Servant Unmarried 22 Nurse Brazil
• PO Directory: 1875. Fox Mrs. Olinda ho. Stamford Hill n
• Census 1881: RG11 0041 / 4 1 (Indexed as ABREU)
24 Camb[ridge] G[ar]d[e]ns, London, Middlesex
Augusto C. D'ABREU Head M 51 Portugal Retired Merchant
Candida R. D'ABREU Wife M 52 Brazil
Eugenia D'ABREU Daur U 22 Brazil
Augusto D'ABREU Son U 19 Brazil
Mary PATON Cousin M[arried] 34 Brazil Wife of British Subject
Edward Guy PATON Cousin 5 Brazil Son of British Subject
Maria A. FOX Cousin W[idow] 55 Brazil Widow of British Subject
Emily FOX Cousin U[nmarried] 28 Stoke Newington, Mx. Daur of British Subject
Delean JANSEN Serv U Female 54 Denmark Cook
Susan HUSSELBY Serv U Female 17 Kent. Housemaid
• FOX Maria Adelaide of 35 Carisbrooke-road St. Leonards-on-Sea widow died 23 January 1907 Probate London 12 February to Charles James Fox solicitor and William Robert Fox silk manufacturer Effects £676 8s. 1d.
• Oliveira Family Genealogy Forum: Sara: Maria Adelaide de Oliveira era filha do portugues Jose Antonio de Oliveira e Maria Conceicao de Araujo. Sou descendente de Alexandrina (irma da Adelaide) e de Henry Gibson. Gostaria que voce entrasse em contato comigo. Meu email gustavogibson@gmail.com
Maria married Edward Henry James Fox [29] [MRIN: 465], son of William Fox [31] and Harriet Randall Brickell [32], on 11 Mar 1847 in Anglican Church of Pernambuco. Edward was born on 14 Jun 1816 in Kingsland Road, Hackney, Middlesex., was christened on 29 Sep 1816 in Shoreditch, St. Leonards., died on 20 Mar 1873 in Brighton 2b 166 (BMD) of Olinda House, Stamford Hill, Mx. aged 56, and was buried on 25 Mar 1873 in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney, London.. They had 15 children: Harriet, Mary, Edward Henry, Emily, William George, William, Amelia (Millie), Adelaide, John Henry, Charles James, Charles J., Frederick, Jessie, Arthur Edwin and Winifred.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was christened in St. Leonard, Shoreditch, London on 29 Sep 1816. Son William Fox, Kingsland Road, Merchant
• Henry Gibson: Roteiro do Barão Rodrigues Mendesý - Octavio Moraes, Eurydice Amorim de Moraes - Recife (Brazil) - 1967 - 262 pages - Page 17 Snippet view
Adiante, no sentido da Jaqueira, localizava-se do lado esquerdo, o palacete
construído em meados do século XIX pelo comerciante ingles Henry Gibson, tão criticado do ponto de vista de ...

Aliás bem pouco tempo ali residiu Gibson, que deixou no Recife descendencia
distinta, por ter falecido em 4 de outubro de 1862. O Jornal do Recife do dia
seguinte disse dêle: "era um dos nossos comerciantes por sua posição e fortuna. Estava em nossa Província há 28 anos, ...

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O atual Museu do Estado está localizado no solar que foi do Bara de Beberibe, Francisco António de Oliveira, "um dos mairoes proprietários e capitalistas deste cidade" sugundo o Diário de Pernambuco de 26 setembro de 1855 ao noticiar-lhe o falecimento a .... Do pai a casa passou ao filho Augusto Frederico de Oliveira, negociante e banqueiro, deputado geral por Pernambuco de 1850 a 1860, que a reformou e decorou com as duas figuras de bronze e vascos de mármore, como se vé da litografia de L. Krauss (austriaco, naturalizado braziliero) na colecão de F.H. Carls Noticia de Pernambuco e seus arrabaldes (1878 e anos seguintes) ...
• Book refs.: 1840s 1850s. Ingleses no Brasil: aspectos da influência britânica sobre a vida, a ...
Gilberto Freyre - History - 1948
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Fox Brothers (Rua da Conceição), F. Robilliard (Rua do Trapiche), G. Kenworthy ... Uma linha de navios que parasse no Recife em suas viagens entre o Rio ea ...
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Ingleses no Brasil: aspectos da influência britânica sobre a vida, a ...
Gilberto Freyre - History - 1948
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Fox Brothers (Rua da Conceição), F. Robilliard (Rua do Trapiche), G. Kenworthy ... Uma linha de navios que parasse no Recife em suas viagens entre o Rio ea ...
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Revolução praieira em Pernambuco, 1842-1855ý Izabel Andrade Marson - History - 1987 - 487 pages - Page 272
... do porto") testemunha o quanto era intenso o comércio portuário do Recife;
... Sá Araújo & Irmãos, McCalmont & Cia., R. Braga & Cia., Fox Brothers, ...
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• O Liberal Pernambuco Ed. 394: February, 3rd 1854. Movimento do Porto - Navios entrados no dia 31
Southampton e portos intermedios - 21 dias vapor inglez Great Western, commandante J. A. Bevis. Passageiros para esta provincia, Joaquim Vital Machado. E. Fox e sua familia, Dedier. H. Gibson e 1 sobrinho, Francisco Edelman, Williaus e um criado P. Fediel, F. Youle, Madama Touenne. Seguio para os portos do sul lavando os passageiros desta provincia Manoel Carlos Gouvêa, José Antonio de Oliveira Siabra, Gio Batta Chechiscla, Dr. Ouvidio Thomassim
• Eduardo H.J. Fox: Pernambuco. Roteiro do Barão Rodrigues Mendesý - Octavio Moraes, Eurydice Amorim de Moraes - Recife (Brazil) - 1967 - 262 pages - Page 16 Snippet view
... (Um colecionador particular do Recife possui o original de uma carta de Victor Hugo a ele endereçada.) Num "sítio defronte do finado Exmo. Barão de Beberibe" residia em 1858 o negociante ingles Eduardo HJ Fox, da firma Fox Brothers que, de partida para a Europa , anunciava em abril o leilão de seus móveis, " cuja mor parte foi fieta pelo insigne artista Batista" (Diário de Pernambuco de 8 de abril de 1858). Não sei se seria já então a casa descrita , em 1862, em termos naturalmente exagerados, quando foi posta em leilão nesse ano: "a
`Roteiro do Barão Rodrigues Mendes`
In one "situated in front of deceased Excellency Barão de Beberibe" lived in 1858 an English merchant Edward H.J. Fox, of the firm of Fox Brothers, who on departing for Europe, announced in April an auction of his furniture, ...
Published in 1967, [University Press of the Federal University of Pernambuco] (Recife)
[por] Octavio e Eurydice de Moraes. [by] Octavio de Moraes and Eurydice, joint authors.
Language: Portuguese
Pagination: 262 p. 262 p.
LCCN: 77242508
LC: CT688.R6 M6
OCLC: 2199937
Subject: Rodrigues Mendes, Joa Jose Bara 1827-1893.
Recife (Brazil) - Social life and customs.
• Directory: William Fox & Co. merchants, 113 Fenchurch street..
• PO Street Directory Mx.: Fox Edward Henry James, esq., 1866, Reciffe house, Church st., Stoke Newington.
• Directory: Edward Henry James Fox see William Fox & Co., 1869, 46 & 47 Ethelburga ho., 70 & 71 Bishopsgate st. within. EC..
• He appeared on the Brazil Merchant 1861: China Merchant 1871 in census.
• The Will of Edward Henry James Fox late of Olinda House Stamford Hill in the County of Middlesex Merchant who died 20 March 1873 at Brighton in the County of Sussex was proved at the Principal Registry by Edward Fox of Forty Hill Enfield in the said County Esquire the Uncle Edward Thomas Fox of 5 Russia-row in the City of London Silk and Velvet Manufacturer and William George Dawson of Plumstead Common in the County of Kent Brick and Tile Manufacturer the Executors.
Effects under £45,000.
4-Harriet Fox [1903] was born in Dec 1847 in Brazil. and died ¼ Jun 1881 in Hastings 2b 27 (BMD) aged 33.
4-Mary Fox [112] was born on 10 Jun 1850* in Pernambuco, Brazil. and died on 22 Jun 1937 in Corners, 45 Stafford Road, Seaford, Sussex. aged 87.
Noted events in her life were:
• *Date of birth from VRDH `Family Bible`.
• She had an estate probated. HELLABY Mary of Corners 45 Stafford-road Seaford Sussex widow died 22 June 1937 Probate London 6 September to Evelyn Mary Hellaby spinster and Victor Richard Douglas Hellaby insurance agent. Effects £119 9s. 11d.
Mary married Richard Douglas Hellaby [111] [MRIN: 27], son of Richard Hellaby [174] and Isabella Hewitt Robertson [3580], on 26 Oct 1875 in Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. Richard was born on 12 Sep 1848 in 21 Gutter Lane, London, and was christened on 25 Dec 1848 in St. John Zachary, London. He died on 2 Feb 1878 in Olinda House, Stamford Hill, Middlesex. aged 29, and was buried on 6 Feb 1878 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington. They had two children: Mary Adelaide and Richard Edward.
Noted events in his life were:
• He worked as a Manager & Salesman to a Colonial Merchant. He inherited his father’s business but was declared Bankrupt with his brother after, and went to South Africa.
• In the Census for 1861 he was not at home, but boarding at a school in Littlehampton, Sussex..
5-Mary Adelaide Hellaby [173] was born in 1876 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Cape Colony and died in 1903 in Thanet, aged 27.
Noted events in her life were:
• She died in 1903 age 27yrs.
5-Richard Edward Hellaby [176] was born on 14 Oct 1877 on Board `Edinburgh Castle` From Cape Colony, was christened on 22 Feb 1878 in St. Ann, Tottenham (Privately), and died on 2 Jul 1933 in Corners, Stafford Road, Seaford, Sussex. aged 55.
Noted events in his life were:
• Merchant (Dalgety`s) in Europe/Australia and Africa (Kenya).
• He was educated at Haileybury & ICS. [Mathematics Scholarship].
• Administration: HELLABY Richard Edward of Corners Stafford-road Seaford Sussex died 2 July 1933 Administration London 9 October to Evelyn Hellaby widow.
Richard married Evelyn (Eveline) King [177] [MRIN: 42], daughter of Alfred King [1326] and Unknown, on 24 Dec 1902 in Parish Church Of Hampstead, London. Evelyn was born on 13 Sep 1875 in 6a Francis Street, Limehouse, London. and died ¼ Mar 1970 in Hastings 5A (E) 1295 aged 94. They had two children: Victor Richard Douglas and Evelyn Mary.
Noted events in her life were:
• Kelly`s Dir.: Hellaby Rd. E., 1912, Lauriston, Grange Road, Bushey, Herts..
• She moved to Eastbourne from "Corners", Stafford Road, Seaford, to live at St. Andrew`s Vicarage, Seaside, Eastbourne, the home of her son & daughter-in-law, on 13th Aug. 1956.
6-The Reverend Victor Richard Douglas Hellaby T. D. [1050] was born on 19 Oct 1910 in Bushey, Hertfordshire, was christened on 19 Nov 1910 in Bushey, Hertfordshire, died on 14 Jan 1995 in Seaford, Sussex. aged 84, and was buried on 24 Jan 1995 in Seaford Cemetery, Sussex..
Noted events in his life were:
• Kelly`s Dir. 1912: Lauriston, Grange Road, Bushey, Herts.. Hellaby Rd. E., Lauriston, Grange Road, Bushey, Herts.
• He was educated. St. Peter's Preparatory School, Seaford, Sussex.
Malvern College.
External Degree University of London as Prisoner of War.
Ely Theological College.
• Presentation: The Times 23 March 1935.
THE KING'S LEVEE
St. James's Palace Ceremony.
THE PRESENTATIONS
The following Presentations to the Prince of Wales were made:-
HELLABY. Second Lieutenant Victor, 5th (Cinque Ports) Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment, on appointment, by Brigadier-General William Osborn, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.
• Crockford's 1980: HELLABY, Victor Richard Douglas, b 10. TD 50 Ely Th Coll 45. d 46 Lewes for Chich p 47 Chich. C of St Elis Eastbourne 46-48; Chap Philanthr S Sch Redhill 48 -50; V of Lady Marg Walworth 50-54; C-in-c of St Mary Magd S'wark 50-54; CF (TA) 50-60: V of St Andr Eastbourne 54-62; Portslade 62-69; Chap Mile Oak Sch 66-69; R of Brightling (w Dallington from 77) Dio Chich from 69: R of Dallington 69-77; RD of Dallington from 77.
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Victor married Marguerite Constance Merry [1295] [MRIN: 404], daughter of John Tate Merry [1300] and Ethel Mary Hunt [1299], on 10 Feb 1934 in St. Anselm`s Church, Streatham, London. Marguerite was born on 18 Dec 1912 in 63 Pretoria Road, Streatham, Surrey., died on 15 Mar 1996 in Eastbourne, Sx. aged 83, and was buried on 27 Mar 1996 in Seaford Cemetery, Sussex. They had three children: Angela, Peter John and Sara Elisabeth.
7-Angela Hellaby [1354] was born on 27 Apr 1939 in Surrey. She was a schoolteacher.
Angela married David Spencer Hamilton [1772] [MRIN: 437], son of The Revd. Hugh Spencer Hamilton [3013] and Florence Mary Nightingale [3014], on 11 Aug 1962 in St. Andrew`s Church, Seaside, Eastbourne. (5H 456). David was born on 15 Jul 1937, at Hove, Sx.. They had two children: Andrew David and Judith Felicity.
8-Andrew David Hamilton [1773] was born on 5 Apr 1965 in Cuckfield, Sussex..
Andrew married Valerie Anne Burton [1774] [MRIN: 755], daughter of Cyril William Burton [3009] and May Constance Hammond [3010], on 16 Dec 1989 in Pirton, Hertfordshire. Valerie was born on 20 Jan 1963 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. They had four children: Miriam Rose May, Martha Clare Angela, Mary Marguerite Anne and John David Burton.
9-Miriam Rose May Hamilton [1851] was born on 28 Mar 1993 in Kings Lynn Hospital, Norfolk.
9-Martha Clare Angela Hamilton [1849] was born on 30 May 1994 in Kings Lynn Hospital, Norfolk. 9-Mary Marguerite Anne Hamilton [1850] was born on 14 Aug 1995 in Chantry Lane, Necton, Swaffham, Norfolk..
9-John David Burton Hamilton [1852] was born on 30 Dec 1998 in Royal Gloucester Hospital.
8-Judith Felicity Hamilton [1775] was born on 26 Feb 1968 in 31 Cants Lane, Burgess Hill, Sussex..
Judith married Geoffrey Ian Connal [2971] [MRIN: 756], son of Allan Christopher Connal [3011] and Joan Marjorie Lowe [3012], on 3 Sep 1994 in Higher Bebington, Wirral, Cheshire. Geoffrey was born on 29 Aug 1967 in Hillingdon Hospital.. They had two children: Charlotte Emma and Samuel.
9-Charlotte Emma Connal [1777] was born on 5 Aug 1999 in London..
9-Samuel Connal [2260] was born in Oct 2003 in London.
7-Peter John Hellaby [3015] was born on 24 Apr 1946 in Mount Alvernia, Guildford, Surrey. Family At "Fiveways", Cobham Road, Fetcham, Surrey. and died ¼ Jun 1946 aged 8 weeks in Eastbourne (Brighton 2B 275 Bmd).
Noted events in his life were:
• BMD: Births Jun 1946
Hellaby Peter J - Merry - Surrey S.W. 2a 936
7-Sara Elisabeth Hellaby [1293] was born on 20 Aug 1947 in 1 North Avenue, Eastbourne, Sussex. and was christened in St. Elisabeth, Eastbourne..
Noted events in her life were:
• BMD: Births Sep 1947
Hellaby Sara E - Merry - Eastbourne 5h 287
• She worked as a Schoolteacher.
Sara married Nigel Keith Maybury M.A., D.M., F,R.C.S., F.L.S. [1294] [MRIN: 403], son of Maurice Alfred Maybury M.A. [1298] and Ethel Doreen Smith [3526], on 27 Jul 1968 in St. Nicolas Church, Portslade, Nr. Brighton, Sx. (Hove 5H 840). Nigel was born on 12 Dec 1943 in Simla, India.. They had two children: Nicolas Edward Hellaby and William James.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was Educated at The King’s School, Canterbury, Kent and Pembroke College, Oxford.
• He was a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal Albert Edward Hospital in Wigan, Lancashire.
• He trained at St. Thomas’s Hospital, London, Wexham Park Hospital, Berkshire, Warwick Hospital, Leicester General Hospital and The Middlesex Hospital, London
• Degrees and qualifications MA., D.M., (Oxon) F.R.C.S. (England).
• Name: Known as Keith.
8-Nicolas Edward Hellaby Maybury [1339] was born on 2 Dec 1970 in Lambeth, London and was christened in St. Thomas A Beckett, Brightling, Sussex..
Noted events in his life were:
• He was educated at Rossall School, Fleetwood, Lancs.
• He worked as a Company Director of Constructor.co.uk.
Nicolas married Hannah Marie Doran [2183] [MRIN: 427], daughter of Kathleen F. Creavin and Neil P. Doran, on 20 Sep 2001 in Lewes Registry Office. Hannah was born on 26 Apr 1976. They had four children: George Edward, Alice Louisa, Henry James and Isobelle.
Noted events in her life were:
• She is a Fitness Therapist for patients referred by General Practitioners.
• She is Roman Catholic.
9-George Edward Maybury [2185] was born on 16 Feb 2002 in Eastbourne, Sussex..
9-Alice Louisa Maybury [2224] was born on 15 Jun 2003 in Eastbourne.
9-Henry James Maybury [3017] was born on 21 Nov 2005 in Eastbourne.
9-Isobelle Maybury [3447] was born on 22 Sep 2012 in Eastbourne.
8-William James Maybury [1340] was born on 18 Dec 1973 in Balham, London. and was christened in St. Thomas A Beckett, Brightling, Sussex.
Noted events in his life were:
• He was educated at Rossall School, Lancashire & Sedbergh School, Cumbria. BSc. Sheffield University PhD. Bristol University.
• He is a consultant aerodynamicist.
William married Nicola Kate Austin Taylor [1725] [MRIN: 428], daughter of Lesley Young and Martin Taylor, on 8 Aug 1997 in Cramond Kirk, Nr. Edinburgh, Scotland. Nicola was born on 10 Aug 1973 in Suffolk. They had two children: Thomas Michael John and Katherine Elisabeth Lesley.
9-Thomas Michael John Maybury [2184] was born 10 AUG 2001  in Bristol..
9-Katherine Elisabeth Lesley Maybury [2249] was born on 16 Dec 2003 in Yeovil, Somerset..
6-Evelyn Mary Hellaby [1720] was born on 10 Jul 1904 in 28 St. James`s Mansions, was christened on 10 Aug 1904 in St. John at Hampstead, she died on 15 Aug 1989 in Bath, Somerset, aged 85, and was buried on 22 Aug 1989 in Haycombe Crematorium, Bath. She never married.
Noted events in her life were:
• GNC: The General Nursing Council for England & Wales, May 1952, The British Journal Of Nursing. Page 48
Finance
The report in connection with the present procedure of filling of senior posts on the staff of the Council was considered in camera; it was later announced that Miss E.M. Hellaby, S.R.N., one of the Council`s Inspectors of Training Schools, had been appointed Assistant Education Officer.
• She worked as a Nurse, Sister Tutor, Inspector of Hospitals. S.R.N., D.N.
4-Edward Henry Fox [1902] was born in 1851 in Pernambuco Consul's District Volume 1 Page 113 and died ¼ Dec 1880 in St George Hanover Square 1a 293 aged 29 aged 29.
4-Emily Fox [1892] was born on 28 Jul 1852 in 1 Manor Road, Stamford Hill., was christened on 24 Nov 1852 in West Hackney Church, died on 24 Jan 1902 in Hastings, Sussex. aged 49, and was buried on 29 Jan 1902 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington..
4-William George Fox [122] was born ¼ Dec 1853 in 1 Manor Road, Stamford Hill. (Hackney 1b 246 BMD), was christened on 9 Dec 1853 in West Hackney Church, died in Feb 1888 in Netherton House, Kidbrook Park, Blackheath. SE. aged 34, and was buried on 16 Feb 1888 in Abney Park Cemetery.
Noted events in his life were:
• He appeared on the census in 1871 for Netherton House, Kidbrook Park, Blackheath. SE., as a  Clerk.
• He died ¼ Mar 1888 in BMD Woolwich 1d 757.
William married Maude Alice Cogan [6031] [MRIN: 1932], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, ¼ Dec 1876 in Chelsea 1A 501 (Bmd). Maude was born in 1857 and died ¼ Sep 1877 in Brighton 2B 149 (Bmd) aged 20.
4-William Fox [1901] was born in 1854 in Stoke Newington..
Noted events in his life were:
• He was a Clerk in 1871.
4-Amelia (Millie) Fox [1893] was born in 1855 in Brazil. and died on 31 Aug 1930 in 6 St. Matthews-drive, St. Leonards-on-Sea aged 75.
Noted events in her life were:
• She was C.of E. and was Godmother to VRDHellaby.
4-Adelaide Fox [1894] was born in 1857 in Brazil. and died on 1 Jan 1907 in 35 Carisbrooke Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sx. aged 50.
Noted events in her life were:
• FOX Adelaide of 35 Carisbrook-road St. Leonards-on-Sea spinster died 1 January 1907 Probate London 1 February to Charles James Fox solicitor and William Robert Fox silk-manufacturer Effects £6256 18s. 11d.
4-John Henry Fox [1899] was born in Feb 1858 in Sydney Place, was christened on 21 May 1858 in West Hackney Church, died on 25 May 1858 in Stamford Hill., and was buried on 26 May 1858 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington..
4-Charles James Fox [116] was born on 14 Mar 1859 in Reciffe House, Church-street, Stoke Newington., was christened on 19 Aug 1859 in St. Mary, Stoke Newington, Hackney PR, and died on 26 Nov 1923 in St. Bartholomew's Hospital Middlesex aged 64.
Noted events in his life were:
• Newspaper: THE MORNING CHRONICLE (London), Thursday, March 17, 1859; Issue 28762.
BIRTHS
On the 14th inst., at Receffe-house, Church-street, Stoke Newington, the wife of Edward H. J. Fox, Esq., of Pernambuco, of a son.
• He was a Solicitor and a partner in the firm of Snow, Fox & Co. London.
• D'ABREU Ildefonço Jose of 94 Oxford-gardens North Kensington Middlesex died 2 March 1909 Probate London 16 March to John Storrs Brookfield medical doctor and Charles James Fox solicitor. Effects £59087 2s. 3d.
• ALBANO José of 87 Rue do Major Facundo Ceara Brazil died 13 March 1916 at Fortaliza (sic) Ceara Administration (limited) London 28 January to Charles James Fox solicitor attorney of Ildefence (sic) Albano. Effects £137 5s.
• FOX Charles James of Wayside Chipstead Surrey and of 7 Great Thomas Apostle Queen-street Cannon-street London died 26 November 1923 at St. Bartholomew's Hospital Middlesex Probate London 2 January to Robert Nevill manufacturer and Jessie Alexandra Fox widow.
Effects £9121 10s. 7d.
Charles married Jessie Alexandra Culver [205] [MRIN: 56], daughter of Edward Culver [208] and ____________ ____________, on 16 Jul 1891 in St. Andrew`s, Stoke Newington. Jessie was born in 1864. They had two children: Barbara and Kathleen.
5-Barbara Fox [206] .
5-Kathleen Fox [207] .
4-Charles J. Fox [1895] was born in 1860 in Stoke Newington..
Noted events in his life were:
• He worked as a Solicitor - Snow, Fox & Co. London.
4-Frederick Fox [1896] was born on 13 Jul 1860 in Reciffe House, Church-street, Stoke Newington. (BMD Hackney 1b 301), was christened on 3 Oct 1860 in St. Mary, Stoke Newington, Hackney PR, died on 12 Feb 1890 in Netherton House, Kidbrooke Park Road, Blackheath. aged 29, and was buried on 15 Feb 1890 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington..
Noted events in his life were:
• He worked as a Clerk to Architect in 1881.
4-Jessie Fox [1897] was born ¼ Jun 1862 in Stoke Newington. (BMD Hackney 1b 322), was christened on 6 Jun 1862 in St. Mary, Stoke Newington, Hackney PR, and died on 1 Jun 1950 in "Westbrow", Seddlescombe Road South, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex aged 88.
4-Arthur Edwin Fox [1900] was born ¼ Sep1864 in Church Street, Stoke Newington. Hackney 1b 349 (BMD), was christened on 16 Sep 1864 in St. Peter, Hackney, died on 18 Aug 1865 in Broadstairs, Kent. (Thanet 2a 461 BMD) aged 1, and was buried on 23 Aug 1865 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington..
Noted events in his life were:
• TIMES Deaths: Death of Arthur Edwin Fox aged 13 months., 21 Aug 1865, at Broadstairs. Times 21 August 1865 DEATHS
On the 18th inst. , at Broadstairs, Kent, aged 13 months, Arthur Edwin, the dearly beloved son of EDWD. H.J. FOX, Esq., of Church-street, Stoke Newington, late of Pernambuco, Brazil.
4-Winifred Fox [1898] was born 1 Mar1868 in Church Street, Stoke Newington. (BMD Hackney 1b 389) and was christened on 15 Apr 1868 in St. Peter, Hackney.
3-Joaquina (Eustaquia?) de Oliveira [1177] was born in 1827 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
3-Antonio (José?) de Oliveira [1178] was born in 1828 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife and died in America?.
Noted events in his life were:
• Luciana's Tree: In small writing under Antonio (José?) de Oliveira -
"Parece que este que fugiu para a América e teve notícia, não mais."
Translation
"It seems that he fled to America and had no more news."
3-Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Sobrinho [1179] was born in 1830 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
Noted events in his life were:
• Reference: • Gracy Andrade: José Rodrigues Pereira was a tradesman. He and Umbelina were the parents of José Rodrigues Pereira Junior , who was a lawyer, judge and a President of Província da Paraíba. I have many documents concerning him. I think that José Rodrigues Pereira was very ill ( he had heart problems. He died because of this. I saw his obituary in "Diário de Pernambuco") and Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Sobrinho took care of him because his only son lived in Belém, capital of the State of Pará. A person in Recife took these notes and sent to José Rodrigues Pereira Junior in Belém .
• Gracy Andrade: Decisões do Governo da Republica dos Estados Unidos do Brazil - Brazil - 1874 - Snippet view books.google.com

... The- souraria de Fazenda da Provincia de Pernambuco que este Tribunal resolveu não dar provimento ao recurso que acompanhou o seu officio n.° 208 de 18 de Junho proximo passado, interposto por Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Sobrinho da decisão da Alfandega que ne- ou-lhe a restituição da quantia de 50$5200, proveniente a differença de qualidade verificada em um despacho de calçado, no qual em lugar de 151 pares de botinas de couro encontraram-se na conferencia da sahida 100 pares de sapatos e51 de botinas ; visto terem os direitos sido calculados exactamente, e em relação á taxa correspondente á qualificação ....

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Decisions of the Government of the Republic of the United States of Brazil - Brazil - 1874 - Snippet view books.google.com

... The Farm-souraria the Province of Pernambuco that this Court decided not to allow the appeal that followed his office n. ° 208 of June 18 next last brought by Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Sobrinho of Customs decision that ne-or you to return the sum of 50$5200, from the difference of quality checked in a dispatch of footwear, in which instead of 151 pairs of boots Leather met at the conference sahida e51 100 pairs of shoes of boots; rights as they have been calculated exactly, and compared the rate for qualifying .....
3-Eduardo Candido de Oliveira [369] was born in 1832 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
Noted events in his life were:
• Alien Arrivals: PORT OF LONDON CERTIFICATE OF ARRIVAL - 25 June 1849
Eduardo Candido d'Oliveira, Gentleman, native of Pernambuco , arrived from Hamburgh Per Princess Royal - Remarks Fst. Arl. (First Arrival)
• DE OLIVEIRA Augusto Frederico - 19 December 1890 - The Will with a Codicil of Augusto Frederico de Oliveira late of the City of Recife State of Pernambuco in Brazil who died 8 Feb 1879 at Paris in France was proved at the Principal Registry by Amelia Augusto Pinto de Oliveira (Wife of Eduardo Candido de Oliveira ) of 3 Rue Alphonse de Neuville Paris the Sister the Executor in the second place. Personal Estate £570.
Eduardo married Amelia Augusto Pinto de Oliveira [367] [MRIN: 105], daughter of Françisco Antonio de Oliveira cr. Barão Beberibe 13 Dec 1853 [86] and Ana Josefina Pereira Pinto [88]. Amelia died in 1901. They had five children: Augusto Frederico de, Eduardo Candido de, Henrique Candido de, Anna de and Carlos de.
Noted events in her life were:
• DE OLIVEIRA Augusto Frederico. The Will with a Codicil of Augusto Frederico de Oliveira late of the City of Recife State of Pernambuco in Brazil who died 8 February 1879 at Paris in France was proved at the Principal Registry by Amelia Augusta Pinto de Oliveira (Wife of Eduardo Candido de Oliveira) of 3 Rue Alphonse de Neuville Paris the Sister the Executor in the second place. Personal Estate £570.
4-Dr. Augusto Frederico de Oliveira [757] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Luciana Fellows note: He inherited the house, now the museum of the State of Pernambuco.
4-Eduardo Candido de Oliveira [756] .
4-Henrique Candido de Oliveira [1033] was born on 16 Jan 1866 in Recife and died in 1937 in Olinda aged 71.
Henrique married Elvira Magalhaes [1034] [MRIN: 314], daughter of Bento José da Silva Magalhães [961] and Elisa Gibson [868], on 14 Jan 1896 in Olinda. Elvira was born on 15 Feb 1875 in Olinda and died on 5 May 1931 in Recife aged 56. They had seven children: Henrique Magalhães de, Anna Maria de, Martha de, Amelia de, Elisa de, Irene Magalhães de and Ruy Magalhães de.
5-Henrique Magalhães de Oliveira [1189] was born in Dec 1896 in Recife and died in 1954 in Recife aged 58.
Noted events in his life were:
• Nickname 'Lico':
Henrique married Ignez Dantas [1190] [MRIN: 362], daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, in Natal. Ignez was born in Natal.
5-Anna Maria de Oliveira [969] was born in 1898 in Olinda.
Anna married ____________ Lima Castro [1191] [MRIN: 363], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Martha de Oliveira [955] was born on 18 Aug 1899 in Recife - Grandmother of Luciana.
Martha married Karl Ernest Fellows [956] [MRIN: 284], son of George Samuel Fellows [963] and Geraldine Krause [973]. Karl was born on 18 Jun 1893 in Recife Brazil - Grandfather of Luciana and died on 10 Jul 1970 in Rio de Janeiro aged 77. They had one daughter: Leonor.
6-Leonor Fellows [1252] .
Leonor married. ____________ ____________
5-Amelia de Oliveira [958] was born on 11 Aug 1900 in Recife.
Amelia married ____________ Cunha Lima [1192] [MRIN: 364], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Elisa de Oliveira [960] .
Elisa married ____________ Morais e Silva [1193] [MRIN: 365], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.
5-Irene Magalhães de Oliveira [1194] .
5-Ruy Magalhães de Oliveira [1195] .
4-Anna de Oliveira [760] .
4-Carlos de Oliveira [759] .
3-Amalia (Rosa?) de Oliveira [1180] was born in 1835 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
Amalia married Miguel José de Almeida Pernambuco [1181] [MRIN: 360], son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, on 15 Dec 1876. Miguel was born on 15 Mar 1813. They had one son: José Antonio de Almeida.
4-José Antonio de Almeida Pernambuco [1182] .
Noted events in his life were:
• Reference: THE SUGAR INDUSTRY IN PERNAMBUCO: MODERNIZATION WITHOUT CHANGE, ...
- Peter L. Eisenberg - 1974 - Page 36 footnote
Jose Antonio de Almeida Pernambuco , "Governo do Estado de Pernambuco," Diario de Pernambuco, September 28, 1895. SAAP, Acta da Sessao Solemne da Acta da Sessao Solemne da Assemblea Geral de 28 de setembro de 1882 e Relatorio Annual do Gerente Ignacio de Barros (Recife, 1882), p. 114.
3-Hermina Josephina d' Oliveira [1115] was born in 1835 in São Frei Pedro Gonçalves, Recife.
Hermina married Henry Gibson Greaves [940] [MRIN: 344], son of Greenhalgh Greaves [939] and Ann Gibson [938], on 5 Jan 1871 in British Consulate Pernambuco. Henry was born on 13 Feb 1834 in Cheetham Hill, Lancashire, was christened on 20 Apr 1834 in Accrington, Lancashire, and died on 30 Jul 1882 in Recife aged 48 years aged 48.
Noted events in his life were:
• Census 1851: 117 Church Terrace, New Accrington, Lancashire
Henry Gibson, Head, 70, Annuitant, Great Harwood
Mary Gibson, Wife, 69, Newchurch
Alice Gibson, Daur., Unmarried, 43, Domestic Duties, Oakenshaw
James Gibson, Son, Unmarried, 42, Calico Block Printer, Oakenshaw
Margaret Gibson, Daur., 36, Domestic Duties, Oakenshaw
Henry Greaves, Grandson, 17, scholar, Cheetham Hill
Mary Greaves, Grand Daughter, 10, scholar, Cheetham Hill
2-Françisco Gomes de Oliveira [164] was born in 1800 and died 31 Jul 1872 ? aged 72.
General Notes: Bankrupt 1831 JAG & FG D`Oliveira, Merchant of Old Jewry, City of London.
Noted events in his life were:
• P.O: Oliveira and Nephew, Merchts., 1829, 36 Old Jewry.. Françisco Gomes D`Oliveira was the Nephew of Jozé Antonio Gonçalves D`Oliveira.
• Bankruptcy: Sunday 11 December 1831
Bell`s Weekly Messenger, No. 1862.
From Friday`s London Gazette
After headings and lists;
INSOLVENT, BANKRUPT, DIVIDENDS then:
CERTIFICATES to be granted before Dec. 30. J.A.G. & F.G. D`Oliveira, Old Jewry, merchants- Joze Antonio Goncalves D`Oliveira and Francisco Gomes D`Oliveira copartners in Firm of Oliveira and Nephew.
• London Gazette: JUNE 28, 1833.
THE Creditors who have proved their debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Jozé Antonio Gonçalves D'Oliveira and Francisco Gomes D'Oliveira, of the Old Jewry, in the City of London, Merchants and Copartners (trading under the firm of Oliveira and Nephew), are requested to meet the Assignees of the estate and effects of the said Bankrupts, on Friday the 19th day of July next, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely, at the Court of Bankruptcy, in Basinghall-Street, in the City of London, an order to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees settling the accounts between the Bankrupts' estate and a person resident at Pernambuco*, to be then named, bv allowing such sets off and upon such terms and conditions as will then be mentioned; and also settling the accounts between tbe Bankrupts' estate and certain other persons, resident at Maranham, to be then named, by allowing a debt owing from the last mentioned persons, on their partnership account, to the Bankrupts' estate, to be set off against a debt owing from the Bankrupts' estate to one of the same persons on his separate account; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees paying to an accountant** employed by them the amount, to be then stated, for his services; and also to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing, prosecuting, or defending any action or actions, suit or suits, at law or in equity, or presenting or opposing, or answering any petition or petitions, or taking any other proceedings, for the recovery, defence, or preservation of any part of the estate and effects of the Bankrupts, or otherwise relative thereto, which they may deem necessary or advisable; or compounding with any debtor or debtors to the estate of the said Bankrupts, or either of them, or giving time, or taking security for the payment of any debt or debts due to the said Bankrupts, or either of them; or compromising, submitting to arbitration, or otherwise
agreeing any dispute, matter, or thing relating to the estate of the said Bankrupts, or either of them, and on other special affairs.
* José Antonio de Oliveira of Pernambuco
** William Fox of Dalston
• He was Godfather ­- 19 Mar 1844. According to the original Baptism Certificate of José Rodrigues Pereira Junior, his parents were José Rodrigues Pereira and Umbelina Joaquina de Oliveira . On his mother's side, his grandparents were José Antonio de Oliveira and Maria de Araújo de Oliveira .
The baptism occurred on 19 March 1844. The godfather was Francisco Gomes de Oliveira and the godmother was Maria de Araújo de Oliveira (his grandmother).
Gracy Andrade, Rio de Janeiro.
• Alien Arrivals: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND Ship or Vessel named the Tagus bound from Gibraltar to to the Port of Southampton
24th July 1856
M. Oliveira Merchant Brazil
Carlos Oliveira Merchant Portugal or Brazil (overwritten - unclear)
Franco (sic) Oliveira Merchant Brazil [? SEM]
• Alien Arrivals: SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND Steamship Medway(Midway?) bound from Rio de Janeiro to the Port of Southampton
15th July 1857
F.G. d'Oliveira, Negociante, Brazileiro.
• He was mentioned in the Will of his Uncle: 10 Apr 1861:-
I Joze Antonio Gonçalves Oliveira a Portuguese Citizen now residentin the City of London son of Lucao Gonçalves and Maria Jose Native of Chaves in Portugal being in perfect health and in the full enjoyment of my mental faculties of my spontaneous and free will make with my own hand the present Testament and Declaration of my last Will I declare that I was born and have lived and hope to live in the Roman Catholic Apostolic Religion I declare that I am a Bachelor was never married and that I have not any natural Children moreover that my Parents and Grandfather and Grandmother having long since departed this life I have neither Ancestors nor Descendents living.
1st. I bequeath to Francisco Iguacio Van Zeller Portuguese Consul in London the sum of Five hundred pounds Sterling.
2nd. I bequeath to Geo, A. Butt my Clerk for many years the sum of Five hundred pounds Sterling.
3rd. I bequeath to Louis Pereira now living in Calcutta the sum of Five hundred pounds Sterling.
4th. I bequeath to Mrs, Ann Souton at this time residing with me at No. 42 Ordinance Villa Ordinance Road St. Johns Wood the sum of One thousand pounds Sterling.
5th. I bequeath all the furniture and effects that are extant in the house No. 42 Ordinance Villa Ordinance Road St. Johns Wood to Mrs, Ann Souton Widow who will order them to be sold receiving the proceeds thereof or will retain them should she be desirous of contiuing to live in the house after my Executors have paid all the debts contracted with the costs of the expenses of the house in which we reside that there may be to pay as well as the rent of the said house which in like manner shall be paid by my Executors up to the end of the term of the notice which shall be given after my decease.
6th. I bequeath to Mrs. Savill at the present time resident I believe in the house of Mrs. Edwards Elm House Upper Edmonton the sum of fifty pounds Sterling.
7th. I bequeath Francisco Antonio Pedrozo d'Albuquerque the sum of One thousand pounds sterling in order for this sum to be deposited in some Institution or Company that may allow interest which accumulation of the aforesaid interest together with the principal of the One thousand pounds sterling is to be for the benefit of his son and my Godson the whole of which the latter shall receive when he has attained the lawful age of twenty one years.
8th. I bequeath to Francisco Gomes d'Oliveira resident by last advices in Pernambuco the whole residue that may remain of my property after my debts and bequests to the persons above mentioned shall be paid.
I appoint as my Executors Mr. Robert B. Dyass and in order to facilitate the prompt settlement and liquidation of my accounts I also appoint Mr. Geo. A. Butt in order for this latter to spare all the trouble he can to my old friend Mr. Robert B. Dyass which Gentleman has his own affairs to look after and that consequently his time must be then only taken up when it cannot be otherwise requesting him to excuse taking the liberty to appoint him Executor.
And inasmuch as what I have stated is the expression of my last Will I request my said Executors that they do thus cause it to be fulfilled.
London 10th of April 1861
J A G Oliveira
• Diário de Pernambuco: 18 Apr 1864. "50 gigos(*) louça; 25 barris manteiga, a F.G. de Oliveira" (D.P. 18.04.1864, p. (*) )
(*)Regionalismo: Brasil.
engradado de verga ou de junco, revestido de palha na parte interna e us. para transportar louça
(Dicionário Eletrônico Huaiss3)
This is probably Francisco Gomes de Oliveira.
louçachina, crockery
barrisbarrels, casks
manteiga butter
• Diário de Pernambuco: 16 Jun 1864. "Relação dos peritos que podem julgar na alfândega desta província nas questões previstas pelos arts. 559 §2º, 566 e 570§ 5º do respectivo regulamento. Francisco Gomes de Oliveira" (16.06.1864, p.2)
Sent by Gracy Andrade
• From Gracy: Encontrei no Diário de Pernambuco do dia 5th January, 1875, p.2, a seguinte nota:
"Tiro. No lugar denominado Cacimbas, do 2º. Distrito do Termo de Bom Jardim, Rosendo Agostinho de Lima ferio Francisco Gomes de Oliveira com um tiro, conseguindo evadir-se."
• Luciana's Tree: Françisco Gomes de Oliveira, his occupation is given as Leiloeiro [Auctioneer]
Françisco married Joaquina Eustaquia de Araújo [1174] [MRIN: 357], daughter of Sergeant-mór José Alexandre de Araújo [862] and Magna Antonia Campos [863], on 7 Jun 1834 in Recife. They appear to have had no children.

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