Newspaper Articles about Audley Family F

 

This page contains a number of articles from Newspapers and Magazines that contain information about or makes reference to people who are part of Audley F.

Publication and Date of Publication Details of Article/ Link to the article/ Person referred to when known
 Norwich Aurora Connecticut

19th April 1871

 A Copper Ha’penny

A Copper Ha’penny

{F65} Charles Audley digs up  a copper ha’penny piece of “Georgius II, Rex Britannia dated 1749.

The Irish Times

26th July 1875

Setter Dogs For Sale by {F5} George Audley (1811 – 1891)

Setter Dogs For Sale

 The NewHaven Register Connecticut

28th December 1878

Irish Setter Dog Stolen

Irish Setter Dog Stolen

Lawrence Farrell is charged with stealing an Irish Setter dog from {F65} Charles Audley.

The New York Times

15th September 1881

The New Haven Murder

The New Haven Murder

The article includes the testimony of {F67} George T Audley

New Haven Register Connecticut

30th October 1884

Marriage Announcement

Marriage Announcement

The announcement that {F67} George T Audley of New Haven and Miss Julia A Remer of Whitneyville  were married the previous evening.

New Haven Register Connecticut

15th November 1884

Two Ladies Hurt

Two Ladies Hurt

Mrs Audley, the wife of {F65} Charles Audley, was severely injured, and their {F69} daughter stunned when both ladies were  thrown from a phaeton.

New Haven Register Connecticut

4th January 1886

 Death Announcement

Death Announcement

Julia A Audley the wife of {F65} George T Audley and the daughter of Lewis H Remer in Whitneyville

New Haven Register Connecticut

21st August 1886

Thrown from Buggy

Thrown from Buggy

{F69} Miss Nellie Audley, a lady friend, and a little boy were thown out of a buggy when a horse was frightened by a train passing under a bridge. Miss Audley received a slight cut on her chin.

New Haven Register Connecticut

12th June 1889

Dragged by horse

Dragged by horse

{F69} Miss Audley the daughter of Charles Audley was injured when she was dragged by a horse. She received a deep cut on her face and other injuries

The Irish Times

17th November 1890

Trees for Sale

Trees For Sale

The above article refers to {F5} George Audley (1811 – 1891)

New Haven Register Connecticut

1st March 1893

Charles Audley receives compensation from the Postal Telegraph Company

Receives Compensation

{F65} Charles Audley receives $75 compensation (he claimed $100 damages) from the Postal Telegraph Company for damaging his trees at his farm in Bethany

New Haven Register Connecticut

31st July 1893

Charles Audley’s 64th Birthday

Charles Audley’s 64th Birthday

{F65} Charles Audley celebrates his 64th birthday anniversary at his summer home at Sound View Farm, Bethany

New Haven Register Connecticut

26th July 1895

Charles Audley sues Postal Telegraph Company

Charles Audley sues Postal Telegraph Company

{F65} Charles Audley is about to bring a suit against the Postal Telegraph company for destroying and injuring several of his trees.

New Haven Register Connecticut

7th October 1895

Charles Audley is given a worthless cheque

Worthless Cheque

{F65} Charles Audley is given a worthless cheque to the value of $20.

New Haven Register Connecticut

2nd February 1900

George T Audley sues Thomas H Pratt (article 1)

George T Audley sues Thomas H Pratt (article 1)

Thomas H Pratt, who acquired considerable fame while pursuing his studies at Yale,because of the litigation in which he became involved, has just been made the defendant in a suit for $5,790. Mr Pratt is sued this time by his former secretary and manager of affairs {F67} George Audley of this City. George Audley is the son of Liveryman Audley of Audubon Street.

New Haven Register Connecticut

9th November 1900

George T Audley sues Thomas H Pratt (article 2)

George T Audley sues Thomas H Pratt (article 2)

A report of the action brought by {F67} George T Audley to recover his back pay for services rendered to the Thomas H Pratt as his general factotum up to the latter part of 1899.  Mr Pratt is very well known to the people of New Haven.

Masachusetts Lowell Sun

21st August 1905

Wants Divorce

‘Wants Divorce’

The top left hand article in the link above,  refers to a $10,000 suit brought by {F67} George T Audley against Thomas Pratt who was also being sued for a divorce by his wife.

The Irish Times

12th February 1906

 Game Prosecution

 Game Prosecution

The person prosecuted in the above article is either {F7} Robert Audley (1845 – 1923) or {F47} Robert Henry Audley (1863 – ????)

Seattle Daily Times

30th April 1924

Charles Audley found Dead

Charles Audley Found Dead

{F9} Charles Audley was found dead in his home by a neighbour. Mr H A Audley & Mr F A Audley claim to be his nephews although the information from the US Federal Censuses does not show any relationship between the two brothers and Charles Audley.

Unknown Publication

10th December

1924

The Death Announcement of Robert Audley

 Death of Robert Audley

The Death Announcement of {F23} Robert John Audley and includes details of his achievements.

Seattle Daily

Times

3rd Sept 1958

Death Announcement of Henry R Audley

  Death Announcement of Henry R Audley

The Death Announcement of {F84} Henry R Audley

Kilkenny People

19th June 1998

Research needed on Kilkenny in the 18th Century

 1798 Commemoration Event

A report on the Commemoration event held to commemorate the 1798 United Irishmen Rebellion in which {F1} Charles Audley was killed.

Munster Express

26th June 1998

1798 Commemoration Event

1798 Commemoration Event

‘Rower District of South Kilkenny beat to the sound of the drum in impressive and moving 1798 Commemoration event.

{F1} Charles Audley was killed in the United Irishmen Rebellion of 1798