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George Boone and Ann Fallace



George Boone was born in 1561 in England as the first child of Gregory Boone and Constance Ap Comyn. He died in Devonshire, England. When he was 74, He married Ann Fallace,daughter of Walter Wallace Fallace, on 21 Jun 1635 in St.Andrew, Ipplepen, England. When he was 74, He married Joanne Healle on 21 Jun 1635 in St. Andrew, Ipplepen, Devonshire.

George Boone and Ann Fallace had the following children:

1. George Bohun was born in 1610 in Devon, England, United Kingdom. He died in 1676 in Devon, England, United Kingdom.

George Boone and Joanne Healle had the following children:

2. John Boone was born on 16 Jan 1641 in Devonshire, England.
3. John Boone was born on 13 Aug 1637 in Devonshire, England.
4. George Boone was born on 17 Nov 1639 in Devonshire, England.
5. Elizabeth Boone was born on 24 Sep 1635 in Devonshire, England.




  __George Boon(e) I, the father of George II, was born in Exeter, England in the early 1600's. He was married to Ann Fallace (b.1620), the daughter of Walter Fallace (b. ca. 1600) in England. He had at least one younger sister, Elizabeth, born in Exeter in 1635. According to some genealogists, Ann Fallace was George’s first wife (the mother of George II) and Catherine Morgan was his second. George I is the earliest provable ancestor in the Squire Boone line.

 From: "Gene Ray" MrGray@worldnet.att.net Subject: [BOONE-L] Fw: Article on booneinfo.com site Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 19:43:27 -0500 Greetings! A fellow researcher has shared the following with me. I'm sure it will be of interest to many on this list. Gene Ray, president The Boone Society, Inc. PS... Don't miss the next Boone Family Reunion, hosted by The Boone Society and scheduled for July 31 - August 4, in Oregon. Contact me if you want more details.   ----- Original Message ----- From: Jwwatk1@aol.com To: MrGray@worldnet.att.net Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 4:05 PM Subject: Article on booneinfo.com site  In the article titled "George Boone Family - England to America", posted on the booneinfo.com website, is the statement: " We have seen the names Ann Fallace and Joane Healle listed as his wife; but so far no one has been able to document either name". In regard to Joane Healle, the following article was printed in Boone Pioneer Echoes, Vol. 26, No. 4, October 1984, p. 121: The following records are of particular interest on an early Boone family of Exeter, Devonshire, England. The marriage record was sent by Joan Scott. The IGI, International Genealogical Index, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, was checked by the editor and the following entries were found. The parish name with name of child, christening date and name of parents. St. Andrew, Ipplepen, Devonshire (register begins 1558): George Boone married Joane Healle, 21 June 1635. St. Edmunds, Exeter, Devonshire (register begins 1571): George Boone married Joane Healle, 21 June 1635. Elizabeth Boone, 24 Sept. 1635 George/Joan. John Boone, 13 Aug. 1637, Geo/Johan. George Boonne, 17 Nov. 1639 George Boonne/Johan. John Boone, 16 Jan. 1641 Geo//jone. (This may be another family.) Elizabeth Boone, 21 July 1644 Geo. Honner Boone, 4 Aprill 1647 Geo. Jone Boone, 30 May 1649 Geo. Agnes Boone, 17 Aug. 1651 George. Christopher Boone, 12 Oct. 1652. Benjamin Boone, 28 July 1655. Priscilla Boone, 14 Feb. 1657 Geo. Topsham, Devonshire (register begins 1600): John Boone, 25 July 1641 Geo/Joane. Stephen Boone, 10 Nov. 1644 Geo. Who was George Boone, wife Joane Healle and their family? The register of Ipplepen shows the marriage of George and Joane and the same date appears in the Exeter register. Then four chlldren were born to George and Joan. The next group has only George Boone recorded as parent which might be another family, or perhaps George and Joane may have returned to Exeter. After the record of the second John Boone, 16 January 1641, son of George and Joane; another entry appears at Topshamm a few months later, John Boone, 25 July 1641, as son of George and Joane! Did they move to Topsham and the infant John was again christened at the age of a few months? The third child was George Boonne christened 17 Nov. 1639, son of George Boonne and Johaan (Joane). Could this be George Boone who married Sarah Uppey and were the parents of George Boone, born 1666 at Stoke-Canon, the grandfather of Daniel Boone? It is stated that George Boone II died at the age of 60. If a death record could be found 1698-1700 for George, it might indicate this is the connection. Boone records were printed from Stoke-Canon register which begins 1654 (published January 1978 bulletin) and those from the Bradninch register which started in 1559 (published April 1974 bulletin). [End of article]. Boone Pioneer Echoes was a quarterly bulletin printed by the Boone Family Research Assn. of Missouri, an organization which is now defunct. I hope that sharing this material will shed some light on the origin of the statement that George Boone was married to Joane Healle. The January 1980 issue of the bulletin tells of a group of Boone descendants who went to the parish church in Bradninch, for the dedication of a Boone memorial marker on June 10th [1979], an event which was covered by the BBC. Jim Watkins Jwwatk1@aol.com
 __George Boon(e) I, the father of George II, was born in Exeter, England in the early 1600's. He was married to Ann Fallace (b.1620), the daughter of Walter Fallace (b. ca. 1600) in England. He had at least one younger sister, Elizabeth, born in Exeter in 1635. According to some genealogists, Ann Fallace was George’s first wife (the mother of George II) and Catherine Morgan was his second. George I is the earliest provable ancestor in the Squire Boone line.

 From: "Gene Ray" MrGray@worldnet.att.net
 Subject: [BOONE-L] Fw: Article on booneinfo.com site
 Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 19:43:27 -0500

 Greetings! A fellow researcher has shared the following with me. I'm sure it will be of interest to many on this list.

 Gene Ray, president
 The Boone Society, Inc.

 PS... Don't miss the next Boone Family Reunion, hosted by The Boone Society and scheduled for July 31 - August 4, in Oregon. Contact me if you want more details.



 ----- Original Message -----
 From: Jwwatk1@aol.com
 To: MrGray@worldnet.att.net
 Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 4:05 PM
 Subject: Article on booneinfo.com site


 In the article titled "George Boone Family - England to America", posted on the booneinfo.com website, is the statement: " We have seen the names Ann Fallace and Joane Healle listed as his wife; but so far no one has been able to document either name".
 In regard to Joane Healle, the following article was printed in Boone Pioneer Echoes, Vol. 26, No. 4, October 1984, p. 121:

 The following records are of particular interest on an early Boone family of Exeter, Devonshire, England. The marriage record was sent by Joan Scott. The IGI, International Genealogical Index, Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, was checked by the editor and the following entries were found.

 The parish name with name of child, christening date and name of parents.

 St. Andrew, Ipplepen, Devonshire (register begins 1558):
 George Boone married Joane Healle, 21 June 1635.

 St. Edmunds, Exeter, Devonshire (register begins 1571):
 George Boone married Joane Healle, 21 June 1635.
 Elizabeth Boone, 24 Sept. 1635 George/Joan.
 John Boone, 13 Aug. 1637, Geo/Johan.
 George Boonne, 17 Nov. 1639 George Boonne/Johan.
 John Boone, 16 Jan. 1641 Geo//jone.

 (This may be another family.)
 Elizabeth Boone, 21 July 1644 Geo.
 Honner Boone, 4 Aprill 1647 Geo.
 Jone Boone, 30 May 1649 Geo.
 Agnes Boone, 17 Aug. 1651 George.
 Christopher Boone, 12 Oct. 1652.
 Benjamin Boone, 28 July 1655.
 Priscilla Boone, 14 Feb. 1657 Geo.

 Topsham, Devonshire (register begins 1600):
 John Boone, 25 July 1641 Geo/Joane.
 Stephen Boone, 10 Nov. 1644 Geo.

 Who was George Boone, wife Joane Healle and their family? The register of Ipplepen shows the marriage of George and Joane and the same date appears in the Exeter register. Then four chlldren were born to George and Joan. The next group has only George Boone recorded as parent which might be another family, or perhaps George and Joane may have returned to Exeter.

 After the record of the second John Boone, 16 January 1641, son of George and Joane; another entry appears at Topshamm a few months later, John Boone, 25 July 1641, as son of George and Joane! Did they move to Topsham and the infant John was again christened at the age of a few months?

 The third child was George Boonne christened 17 Nov. 1639, son of George Boonne and Johaan (Joane). Could this be George Boone who married Sarah Uppey and were the parents of George Boone, born 1666 at Stoke-Canon, the grandfather of Daniel Boone?

 It is stated that George Boone II died at the age of 60. If a death record could be found 1698-1700 for George, it might indicate this is the connection.

 Boone records were printed from Stoke-Canon register which begins 1654 (published January 1978 bulletin) and those from the Bradninch register which started in 1559 (published April 1974 bulletin).

 [End of article]. Boone Pioneer Echoes was a quarterly bulletin printed by the Boone Family Research Assn. of Missouri, an organization which is now defunct. I hope that sharing this material will shed some light on the origin of the statement that George Boone was married to Joane Healle. The January 1980 issue of the bulletin tells of a group of Boone descendants who went to the parish church in Bradninch, for the dedication of a Boone memorial marker on June 10th [1979], an event which was covered by the BBC.
 Jim Watkins
 Jwwatk1@aol.com



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