Name index

This index lists the names of every person who is the subject (or joint subject) one or more stories or articles on this site, or who is mentioned in some detail in a story or article. Those with Atcherley as a surname (by birth, marriage or name change) are listed first, followed by those with other surnames.

Atcherley surname

The names below are given in order of the first forename only (any additional forenames are ignored), and then (where there is more than one person with the same forename) by year of birth / baptism. Ann and Anne are treated as the same name.

Names beginning with: A | C | D | E | F – G | H | J | K – L | M | R | S | T | V – W

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Amy Atcherley, of Swindon (1894 – 1896). A tragic fatality: the deaths of May and Amy Atcherley.

Anne Atcherley, of Shrewsbury (1799 – 1892). The Misses Atcherley and their seaside holidays.

Ann Atcherley (married name Ann Dennis) (1813 – 1882). The marital histories of Ann and Eleonora Atcherley.

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Caroline Frances Amherst Atcherley (née Stacey), of Marton (1833 – 1889). Bride and Joy: Celebrating an Atcherley marriage.

Catherine Emma Grace Atcherley, of Rhyl, Llay and Harrogate (1869 – 1938). Charities, golf tees and Catherine Emma Grace Atcherley.

Cecil Atcherleysee entry for Major Cecil Atcherley under M.

Charles Cureton Atcherley, butcher (1846 – 1884). Paris, Texas: Charles Cureton Atcherley in the USA.

Charles Hedley Atcherley (1889 – 1975). An Atcherley in Canada – Part 1. — Part 2.

Charlotte Atcherley, of Devon (1818 – 1891). Mentioned in:  An Atcherley Bibliography.

Christiana Atcherley (née Shairp), of Devon (c.1769 – 1838). Christiana Atcherley in her own words – Part 1. — Part 2. — Part 3.

Clifford Atcherley – see entry for Robert Clifford Atcherley under R.

Clive Atcherley – see entry for William Clive Atcherley under V – W.

Atcherley, Charles Hedley, WWI v2Charles Hedley Atcherley

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David Francis Atcherley (formerly David Francis Jones), Serjeant at Law (1783 – 1845). Mr Sergeant Atcherley and a sentence of death. — Mentioned in: The forgotten brother of David Francis Atcherley. — An Atcherley Bibliography.

David Francis Atcherley (formerly David Francis Jones), Gentleman, of Marton (1818 – 1887). Bride and Joy: Celebrating an Atcherley marriage.

David Francis William Atcherley, Air Vice Marshall of the RAF (1904 – 1952). David Atcherley’s World War Two – Part 1. — The disappearance of David Atcherley.

Douglas Robert Atcherley, of Manchester (1884 – 1966). Douglas Atcherley’s World War One.

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Edward Atcherley (a.k.a. Edward Acherley), merchant (1644/45 – c.1679). Sugar, slaves and the dry bellyache: Edward Atcherley in Jamaica.

Eleonora Atcherley (married names Eleonora Weemys / Wemyss and Eleonora Meares) (1811 – 1866). The marital histories of Ann and Eleonora Atcherley.

Eliza Maria Atcherley (née Winter) (1849 – 1884). Mentioned in: William Baugh Atcherley and his Saturday half-holidays – Part 2.

Elizabeth Atcherley (formerly Roycraft, née Shelton) (1677 – 1729). The mothers of the Moortown Atcherleys. — Mentioned in: Samuel Atcherley’s true and perfect inventory – Part 1.

Elizabeth Atcherley (née Gittins) of Twyford (1691 – 1790). Mother, grandmother and guardian: Elizabeth Atcherley, née Gittins.

Elizabeth Atcherley (née Wood) (1713/14 – 1777). The mothers of the Moortown Atcherleys.

Elizabeth Atcherley (née Scripture), of Whitchurch (1729 – 1800). Glover, mercer, drapers – Roger and Elizabeth Atcherley.

Elizabeth Atcherley (married name Elizabeth Krockow von Wickerode), Countess (1811 – 1882). An Atcherley in Germany.

Elizabeth Mary Atcherley (married name Elizabeth Mary Jackson) (1937 – 2013). Remembering Mum. — Family, trees, and memories.

Eric Graham Atcherley, of Tilbury, Ontario (1891 – 1984). Brothers in Arms: Four Atcherley siblings in World War One – Part 1.

Ethel Atcherley, artist (1864 – 1905). The Art and Soul of Ethel Atcherley.

Ethel Mary Atcherley, MBE, nurse (1884 – 1971). Ethel Mary Atcherley’s World War One.

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Fanny Atcherley (married name Fanny Rose) (1850 – 1908). Faith, hope and charity – Fanny Rose, nee Atcherley.

Fanny Atcherley (married name Fanny Sylvester) (1868 – 1949). An Atcherley and an almshouse.

Francis Topping Atcherley, Lieutenant-Colonel of the 30th Regiment (1827 – 1875). An Atcherley at the Crimea – Part 1.

George Atcherley, labourer, of Walworth (1819 – ?). Mentioned in: The lives of Henry Atcherley, his wives, and their families – Part 1.

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Hannah Atcherley (née Cureton) (1744/45 – 1810). Mentioned in: Love and Marriage (Settlement): Thomas Atcherley and Hannah Cureton.

Hannah Atcherley, of Shrewsbury (1801 – 1885). The Misses Atcherley and their seaside holidays.

Harold Winter Atcherley, Knight, businessman (living). Moving Half the Mountain. — Mentioned in: Atcherleys of Christmas Past, Part 1.

Henry Atcherley (a.k.a. William Henry Atcherley), engineer (1824 – 1900) – see entry for William Henry Atcherley under V – W.

Henry Oliver Atcherley, publican and seaman (1850 – 1900). Henry Atcherley’s school days. — Kate’s fate: Kate Atcherley and her family’s story.

Henry Atcherley, of Oakengates (1891 – 1953). Henry Atcherley’s World War One.

Hester Mary Eleanor Atcherley, of Chester (1895 – 1955). Hope and Hester Atcherley’s school days. — Hope and Hester Atcherley’s World War Two. — Mentioned in: Atcherley family stories from World War One.

Hope Atcherley – see entry for Mary Elizabeth Hope Atcherley (1894 – 1963) under M.

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Jack Rowland Atcherley, chemist (1890 – 1968). Jack Rowland Atcherley’s World War One.

Jack Atcherley (a.k.a. John Francis Atcherley), of Hawaii and Los Angeles (1897 – 1974) – see entry for John Francis Atcherley below.

James Atcherley, clergyman and headmaster of Shrewsbury School (1730 – 1804): The Rev James Atcherley, Head Master of Shrewsbury – Part 1. — Part 2. — Mentioned in: An Atcherley Bibliography.

James Atcherley, Captain of Marines (c.1775 – 1834): An Atcherley at Trafalgar. — Christiana Atcherley in her own words – Part 2. — Part 3.

James Atcherley, Lieutenant of the Worcestershire Militia (1784 – 1834). The mystery of the missing Militia man. — Mentioned in: An Atcherley Bibliography.

James Rennell Atcherley, veterinary surgeon (1800 – 1852). James Rennell Atcherley and an Electoral Conspiracy.

James Roger Atcherley, attorney, of Newark, Ohio (1841 – 1907). James Roger Atcherley’s American Civil War – Part 1. — Part 2. — Part 3. — Part 4.

Jane Atcherley (née Plymley) (1669 – 1731). Thomas and Jane Atcherley: Evidence of matrimony in a case at Chancery.

John Atcherley, of Shrewsbury and Stanwardine (c.1612 – 1672). John Atcherley, draper of Shrewsbury.

John Atcherley, farmer of Stanwardine (1693 – 1782). The rebirth of the Atcherleys of Stanwardine.

John Atcherley, farmer, of Moortown (1714/15 – 1750). Mentioned in: The mothers of the Moortown Atcherleys.

John Atcherley, of Bristol (1724/25 – 1777). John Atcherley and American Independence.

John Atcherley, clergyman (c.1770 – 1816). The Rev John Atcherley and his naval chaplaincy. — The Curate of Wednesbury and His Vicar – Part 1. — Mentioned in: Atcherleys of Christmas Past, Part 2.

John Atcherley, surgeon, of Liverpool (1804 – 1890). Doctor Atcherley’s Casebook – Part 1.

John Atcherley, of Waters Upton (1810 – 1874). Sarah and John Atcherley: From Waters Upton to the Workhouse.

John Atcherley, able seaman (1817 – 1841). Mentioned in: The lives of Henry Atcherley, his wives, and their families – Part 1.

John Atcherley, gardener (1838 – 1914). Lunacy and an Atcherley, Part 1.

John Atcherley, Surgeon, of Hawaii (1865 – 1940). Dr John Atcherley’s World War One.

John Francis Atcherley (a.k.a. Jack Atcherley), of Hawaii and Los Angeles (1897 – 1974). An Atcherley family’s World War One: The Canadian Home Front.

Judith Atcherley (née Kynaston) (1613 – 1654). Judith Kynaston … and connections with Royalty?

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Kate Atcherley (married names Kate Hurwitz, Kate Grimes) (1872 – 1940s). Kate’s fate: Kate Atcherley and her family’s story.

Kathleen Mary Atcherley, of Lancashire, Westmorland and Dorset (1898 – 1978). Kathleen Atcherley’s World War Two.

Lani Mary Ulwin Atcherley, of Hawaii (married name Lani Garcia) (1900 – 1984). An Atcherley family’s World War One: The Canadian Home Front.

Llewellyn William Atcherley, Knight, Inspector of Constabulary (1871 – 1954). Llewellyn Atcherley’s World War One. — Llewellyn William Atcherley, Inspector of Constabulary.

Lucy Eleanor Louisa Atcherley (married names Lucy E L Nettlefold, Lucy E L Hope, Lucy E L Reeves, Lucy E L Whyte), actress (1898 – 1985). Lucy Eleanor Louisa Atcherley: Her life and loves in the spotlight.

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Major Cecil Atcherley, of Birmingham (1894 – 1948). Brothers in Arms: Brothers in Arms: Four Atcherley siblings in World War One – Part 1.

Margaret Ann Atcherley (married name Margaret Ann Needham) (1797 – 1865). Was Margaret Atcherley’s son transported to Australia?

Margaret Atcherley, of Shrewsbury (1817 – 1898). The Misses Atcherley and their seaside holidays.

Martha Ann Atcherley, of Swindon (1877 – 1944). Quackery and an Atcherley.

Mary Atcherley (née Spendlove) (1633 – 1703). Mentioned in: Atcherleys Reunited.

Mary Atcherley (née Atcherley) (1671/72 – 1747). Atcherleys Reunited.

Mary Cureton Atcherley, of Lancashire (1808 – 1883). Constant companions? The Misses Mary Cureton Atcherley.

Mary Cureton Atcherley, private teacher (1828 – 1904). Constant companions? The Misses Mary Cureton Atcherley.

Mary Ann Atcherley (married name Mary Ann Perkins) (1847 – 1896). An Atcherley in Albertland – Part 1.

Mary Haaheo Atcherley (née Kinimaka) of Hawaii (1874 – 1933). An Atcherley family’s World War One: The Canadian Home Front. — Mary Haaheo Atcherley and her Democratic candidacy. — Mentioned in: An Atcherley Bibliography.

Mary Elizabeth Hope Atcherley (a.k.a. Hope Atcherley), of Chester (1894 – 1963). Hope and Hester Atcherley’s school days. — Hope and Hester Atcherley’s World War Two. — Mentioned in: Atcherley family stories from World War One.

May Atcherley, of Swindon (1894 – 1896). A tragic fatality: the deaths of May and Amy Atcherley.

Muriel Hope Atcherley (married names Muriel Hope Hemsted, Muriel Hope Stuart-Prince) (1890, 1978). Muriel Hope Atcherley: In and Out of Africa – Part 1. — Part 2.

Atcherley, Mary (Kinimaka) v3Mary Haaheo Atcherley, née Kinimaka

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Richard Atcherley, of Wolverley (1625 – 1672). Richard Atcherley, yeoman farmer of Wolverley

Richard Atcherley, clergyman (1701 – 1753). Till he grew disordered in his mind.

Richard Atcherley, of Marton (1763 – 1834): Richard Atcherley and his hopes for posterity. — Mentioned in: The life and crimes of Thomas Atcherley.

Richard Llewellyn Roger Atcherley, Knight, Air Marshall of the RAF (1904 – 1970). A Day at the Air Races – Part 1. — Richard Atcherley in pre-WW2 Germany – Part 1. — Part 2. — Richard Atcherley’s World War Two – Shot down in a Spitfire.

Robert Clifford Atcherley, Captain of Royal Warwickshire Regiment (1885 – 1974). Brothers in Arms: Four Atcherley siblings in World War One – Part 1.

Roger Atcherley, of Coton and Stanwardine in the Wood (1615 – 1661/62). Revising the roots of the family tree.

Roger Atcherley (a.k.a. Roger Acherley), lawyer (1662 – 1740): The constitution, the monarchy, and Counsellor Roger Acherley. — Mentioned in: An Atcherley Bibliography.

Roger Atcherley, of Whitchurch (1743 – 1793). Glover, mercer, drapers – Roger and Elizabeth Atcherley.

Roger Atcherley (later Rowland Atcherley), Gentleman (1771 – 1831). See entry for Rowland Atcherley below.

Rowland Atcherley (born Roger Atcherley), Gentleman (1771 – 1831). An Officer and a Gentleman: Roger (or Rowland) Atcherley.

Rowland John Atcherley, Ph.D., F.C.S., chemist and mining engineer (c1848 – 1891). Mentioned in: An Atcherley Bibliography.

Rowland Hill Atcherley, actor (1870 – 1936). The stage career of Rowland Hill Atcherley: Act 1.

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Samuel Atcherley, farmer (1687 – 1731). Samuel Atcherley’s true and perfect inventory – Part 1. — Part 2. — Part 3.

Samuel Atcherley, calico print designer (1864 – 1940). Art/work: Samuel Atcherley and the designs for his future.

Samuel Atcherley, of Pembroke Dock (1890 – 1959). Samuel Atcherley’s World War One. — Mentioned in: Atcherleys of Christmas Past, Part 1.

Sarah Atcherley, of Stanwardine (1734 – 1818). Mentioned in: Atcherleys of Christmas Past, Part 1.

Sarah Atcherley (real name Sarah Perkins), of Walworth (c.1785 – 1861) – see entry for Sarah Perkins under Other surnames.

Sarah Atcherley (married names Sarah Reynolds, Sarah Edwards) (1798 – 1853). The marital mystery of Sarah Atcherley.

Sarah Atcherley (married name Sarah Parry) (1854 – ?). The six sons of Sarah Atcherley.

Stephen Atcherley, tea merchant (c.1851 – 1894): An Atcherley in Australia.

Susanna Atcherley (née Brookes) (c.1625 – 1714). Richard Atcherley, yeoman farmer of Wolverley

Sybil Dorothy Kuliaikanuu Pai Atcherley, of Hawaii (married name Sybil Johnson) (1895 – 1977). An Atcherley family’s World War One: The Canadian Home Front.

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Thomas Atcherley, tanner, of Marton (c.1585 – 1657/58). Thomas Atcherley and his Marton tannery.

Thomas Atcherley (a.k.a. Thomas Edge), son of Thomas of Marton and “the daughter of Old Edge” (1616/17 – 1679). Edge of the tree no longer: Thomas Atcherley, alias Edge.

Thomas Atcherley, ironmonger, of Wrexham (1672 – 1741). Atcherleys Reunited.

Thomas Atcherley, mercer (1668 – ?). Thomas and Jane Atcherley: Thomas and Jane Atcherley: Evidence of matrimony in a case at Chancery.

Thomas Atcherley, farmer, of Stanwardine (c. 1725 – 1796). Love and Marriage (Settlement): Thomas Atcherley and Hannah Cureton.

Thomas Atcherley, ‘black sheep’ of the Atcherley family of Marton (1766 – 1801). The life and crimes of Thomas Atcherley.

Thomas Atcherley, farmer (1811 – 1859). Water, fire and fever: The trials of Thomas Atcherley.

Thomas Cureton Atcherley, police sergeant, of Walsall (1859 – 1940). A policeman’s lot: Constable Thomas Cureton Atcherley (Part 1).

Thomas Atcherley, of Swindon (1878 – 1958). Mentioned in: Atcherley family stories from World War One.

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Victoria Elizabeth Kaiulani Atcherley (married name Victoria Lightfoot), of Hawaii. Royalty in Vancouver: Victoria Elizabeth Kaiulani Atcherley.

William Henry Atcherley (a.k.a. Henry Atcherley), engineer (1824 – 1900). The lives of Henry Atcherley, his wives, and their families – Part 1.

William Atcherley Atcherley (born William Atcherley Jones), Captain of the 8th Regiment (1830 – 1895). Mentioned in: Atcherleys of Christmas Past, Part 2.

William Baugh Atcherley, draper’s assistant and commercial salesman (1842 – 1887). William Baugh Atcherley and his Saturday half-holidays – Part 1. — Part 2.

William Clive Atcherley, coachbuilder (1885 – 1974). Brothers in Arms: Four Atcherley siblings in World War One – Part 1.

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Other surnames

Elizabeth Ackerley, daughter of Caroline (surname recorded in baptism and burial registers as Atcherley in error), (1848 – ?). The Atcherleys who weren’t.

Robert Ashley, son of Thomas and Ann (surname recorded in baptism register as Atcherley in error), (1848 – ?). The Atcherleys who weren’t.

Edwin Benbow, of New Zealand (1892 – 1916). Mentioned in: Atcherley descendants who fell in World War One.

Thomas Henry Benbow, of New Zealand (1880 – 1917). Mentioned in: Atcherley descendants who fell in World War One.

Thomas Henshaw Jones, Chaplain to the Duke of Cambridge (1796 – 1860). The forgotten brother of David Francis Atcherley.

Charles Needham, of Australia (1830 – 1903). Was Margaret Atcherley’s son transported to Australia?

Henry Palin, coal hewer (1882 – 1915). Mentioned in: Atcherley descendants who fell in World War One.

Sarah Perkins (a.k.a. Sarah Atcherley), of Walworth (c.1785 – 1861). Mentioned in: The lives of Henry Atcherley, his wives, and their families – Part 1.

Tom Atcherley Pugh, warehouse manager (1879 – 1916). Mentioned in: Atcherley descendants who fell in World War One.

Edward Henry Steventon, agricultural labourer (c.1889 – 1916). Mentioned in: Atcherley descendants who fell in World War One.

Robert Atcherley Taylor, serial convict (1784 – 1846). A fraudster Down Under: Robert Atcherley Taylor – Part 1. — Part 2. — Part 3. — Part 4. — Part 5. — Part 6. — Part 7.

Roy Atcherley Vosper, Flight Lieutenant of RAF, Civil Servant (1898 – 1964). Roy Atcherley Vosper’s World War One.

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