Andrew KINSMAN Catherine Rimer KINSMAN Andrew Guyse KINSMAN John Guyse KINSMAN Ann Lavinia KINSMAN Nathaniel KINSMAN Catherine Poole KINSMAN Louise Joanna KINSMAN George Whitfield KINSMAN Adelaide Octavia KINSMAN Harriet Elizabeth KINSMAN Matilda Emma KINSMAN Mary Julia Sarah KINSMAN Ann H BROWN Elizabeth Poole KINSMAN Joanna Guyse KINSMAN William Poole KINSMAN John Guyse KINSMAN Catherine POOLE Mini tree diagram

Reverend Andrew Guyse KINSMAN

Andrew Guyse KINSMAN

17881,2 - 29th May 18679,8

Curate of Gildersome5,6

Life History


Born in Devonport, Devon.1,2

30th Mar 1788

Baptised in Devonport, Devon (Old & New Tabernacles).3

s/o Andrew and Catherine

24th Nov 1797

Beneficiary in Devonport, Devon.4

In the will of Ann Kinsman


Birth of son Andrew Guyse KINSMAN in Knutsford, Cheshire.10

19th Aug 1818

Married Ann H BROWN in St Chad, Shrewsbury.3

between 1819 and 1861

Occupation Curate of Gildersome.5,6


Birth of son John Guyse KINSMAN in Gildersome, Yorkshire.6


Birth of daughter Ann Lavinia KINSMAN in Gildersome, Yorkshire.1


Birth of son Nathaniel KINSMAN in West Yorkshire.11


Birth of daughter Catherine Poole KINSMAN in Yorkshire.1


Birth of daughter Louise Joanna KINSMAN in Morley, Yorkshire.1,2

1st Mar 1828

Birth of son George Whitfield KINSMAN in Yorkshire.1

28th Jun 1830

Birth of daughter Adelaide Octavia KINSMAN in Morley, Yorkshire.12

10th Nov 1832

Beneficiary in Devonport, Devon.7

In the will of Andrew Kinsman


Birth of daughter Harriet Elizabeth KINSMAN in Morley, Yorkshire.1,2


Birth of daughter Matilda Emma KINSMAN in Morley, Yorkshire.1,2

21st Jan 1836

Executor in London.7

Of the will of Andrew Kinsman of Devonport


Birth of daughter Mary Julia Sarah KINSMAN

7th Jul 1839

Death of daughter Mary Julia Sarah KINSMAN in Gildersome, Yorkshire.9

6th Jun 1841

Occupation Clergyman in Batley, Yorkshire.1

6th Jun 1841

Recorded in census in Batley, Yorkshire (Gildersome).1

7th Apr 1842

Death of daughter Catherine Poole KINSMAN in Gildersome, Yorkshire.9

17th Oct 1848

Death of Ann H BROWN in Gildersome, Yorkshire

30th Mar 1851

Occupation Curate of Gildersome in Gildersome, Yorkshire.2

30th Mar 1851

Recorded in census in Gildersome, Yorkshire (Parsonage House).2


Resident in Yarra House, Gildersome.6

8th May 1867

Wrote will in Gildersome, Yorkshire.8

29th May 1867

Died in Gildersome, Yorkshire (Yarra House).9,8

12th Jun 1867

Probate in Wakefield.8

12 June.       The Will of the Reverend Andrew Guyse Kinsman late of Yarra House Gildersome in the Parish of Batley in the County of York Clerk deceased who died 29 May 1867 at Yarra House aforesaid was proved at Wakefield by the oath of John Guyse Kinsman of Gildersome aforesaid Gentleman the Son the sole Executor.


  • Cambridge Alumni:

    Adm. pens. at CLARE, July 3, 1810.
    Born at Plymouth, Devon. [Probably son of Andrew, Major and Paymaster, Royal Marines.]
    Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817.
    Ord. deacon 1814; priest, 1815.
    P.C. of Gildersome, Yorks., 1820-68. Disappears from Crockford, 1870.
    (Boase, Coll. Cornub., 462.)

    Left estate valued at under ?600

    From The Derby Mercury - Wed 10 March 1858:


    It has been previously mentioned in our columns that early on Saturday morning, the 13th ult., a most daring burglary was committed at the residence of the Rev. A. G. Kinsman, the incumbent of Gildersome. The conduct of all the inmates appears to have been remarkably cool and collected, and information was afterwards given by them to Mr Pollard, superintendent of the Leeds district of the West Riding police, which led to the apprehension of two men?viz,, John Hainsworth, joiner, Holbeck, and J. Williamson, mechanic, Holbeck.

    The prisoners, who are stalwart-looking men, were brought up at the I.eeds Court-house, on Tuesday, before the Rev. J. A. Rhodes (chairman), John Gott, Esq., and W. M. Maude, Esq., west riding magistrates, charged with being two of the men who took part in the burglary.

    The Rev. A. G. Kinsman and Mr. J. G. Kinsman gave evidence against the prisoners. The last witness's wife, Rebecca Catherine Kinsman, and Emma Eliza Hook, the niece of the Rev. Mr. Kinsman, confirmed the evidence given by the prosecutor's son in some material respects.

    The magistrates committed both the prisoners for trial at the ensuing assize fur the county.

    The Chairman expressed his astonishment and admiration at the calm way in which the Rev. Mr. Kinsman had acted, and at the extreme prudence which had been manifested by all the members of his family.

    Another briefer account of the same:

    On Feb. 13th, 1858, a robbery took place at the parsonage at Nova Scotia, Gildersome, the residence of the Rev. A. G. Kinsman. Two men named John Hainsworth and Josiah William were convicted of the offence at York Assizes and sentenced to penal servitude for life. The prisoners with three other persons entered the house, masked, and armed with pistols, and compelled the prosecutor to tell where his money was on pain of having his brains blown out.


    In memory of Catherine, daughter of the Revd. Andrew Guyse and Ann Kinsman, who died on the 7th day of April 1842 in the 17th year of her age repeating just before her death the following lines ?

    ?Jesus can make a dying bed
    Feel soft as downy pillows are;
    While on His breast I lean my head
    And breathe my soul out sweetly there.?

    Also the Revd. Andrew Guyse Kinsman, M.A. who died May 29th 1867 in his 80th year.


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