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1 1851 Census: Name: John Edmonds Age: 55 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1796 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Hetty Edmonds Gender: M (Male) Where born: Bishopston, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Newington County/Island: Surrey Country: England
Name: Hetty Edmonds Age: 57 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1794 Relation: Wife Spouse's Name: John Edmonds Gender: F (Female) Where born: West v??, Buckinghamshire, England Civil parish: Newington County/Island: Surrey Country: England

 
Family: F03440
 
2 Alice Waite alias Wite and Gabriel Goldney - Marriage - 14 May 1617 - Chippenham Wiltshire England

Is this a second marriage for Gabriel Goldney alias Farnwell? 
Family: F03388
 
3 Anne thought there was another brother but she know nothing of the family.

This person may or may not be the father of Stephen of Aldbourne. He may be the son of one of the other brother already named.

 
Family: F02955
 
4 John Huxley (1596-1661) was the son of George Huxley (1562-1628) of Wyer Hall, near Edmonton, Middlesex, and his wife Catherine, daughter of Robert Needham, Viscount Kilmorey. On 31st July 1626 he married Elizabeth Tryon, the daughter of Moses Tryon of Harringworth, Northamptonshire, the High Sheriff of that county. They had nine children. Huxley served as a magistrate for Middlesex during the Commonwealth (1649-53). Jonson?s pair of paintings hung in the main hall at Wyer until the house was pulled down in 1818.
 
Family: F02074
 
5 Kent Wills: Rutland Francis Canterbury 1534 PRC32/16/66


RUTLAND [ROUTHLAND] of Mitcham.
Arms: Gules and inescutcheon Or all within a bordure of the second.
Crest: A horse head Or, erased and maned Gules. *
As borne by Nicholas Rutland, son of Nicholas Rutland, son of Francis Rutland, son of Nicholas Rutland of Mitcham, (d.1582), Clerk of the Catry, son of Francis Rutland, son of William Rutland of Canterbury, Kent, son of .. Rutland, alias Routhland of Essex. (Harl. Ms 1561, fo 54b)
* Burke gives for Rutland, or Roushland, of Mitcham:
Arms: Gules an orle engrailed on the inner side Or a bordure also engrailed of the last.
Crest: A nag's head Or erased per fess Gules maned of the last. (BGA)
 
Family: F03398
 
6 Marriage in the District of Dalby No.191 between Arthur Edwards and Hannah Francis Waldon occured 26.02.1868 at St. John's Church(Church of England) Dalby.
Arthur occupation is given as baker. Witnessed by Thomas Waldron and the X mark of Phobe Elizabeth Waldron. 
Family: F00038
 
7 Memorial:
Richard Cressett d 1677 & his wife Jane, shown with their 2 sons Robert and Richard and 3 daughters Catherine, Elizabeth and Alice. The shield bears the Cressett arms.
Jane died 6th September 1640 aged 29. She was the daughter of George Huxley/Uxley 1627 of Wyre Hall, Edmonton and Catherine daughter of John Robinson and Martha Croixtone (Catherine m2 Robert Needham, 1st Viscount Kilmorey d1629)
Richard Cressett was the son of Edward 1623 and Elizabeth daughter of Sir Henry Townshend of, Bracon Ash, Norfolk by Susan Hayward
Children
1, Richard d 1638 (died young)
2. Robert m Catherine daughter of Sir Robert Berkeley of Spetchley
3. Catherine m Sir Walter Acton of Aldenham Hall, Morville d1665
4. Elizabeth
5. Alice
Memorial signed by "Fra Gigg Sculptor". The original has been moved to Monkhopton church.
 
Family: F3385
 
8 Mincham, Surrey Registers:
Nicholas son of Richard Violet bur. July 14, being a grocer and Cytisen of London. 1564.
Nycholas son of Richard Violet Cityzen and grocer of London bapt. Dec 12. 1568


On 20th November, 1581, "Nicholas Yiolett, of London, gcnerosii filius," matriculated at St. John's College, Oxford, aged 15.

Nicholas grew up, settled in Wiltshire, is described in his step-father's will (p. 136) as "of Overtowne, gent.," in 1608 and 1611 {Wilts Arch. Mag., ii., p. 187, and xix., p. 261) as " of Swindon, gentleman," and heads the pedigree of " Vilett of Swindon," printed in Burke's " Landed Gentry " (ed. 1846). According to this pedigree, he had issue by " Elizabeth Stephens," his wife : - 1. Thomas, his heir. 2. Richard, who married and had issue three sons, Richard, Nicholas, and Edmund. 3. Nicholas. 4. Arthur,
 
Family: F03395
 
9 MP for Chippenham 1553

Will of Henry Goldneye Alias Farnewell Yeoman Chippenham, Wiltshire 22nd June 1572 9th July 1573: yeoman, wants to be buried in Chippenham, Robert Fernwell of H/Berdeweyke, Gloucestershire, Edward stafford and his wife Agnes, my daughter, Gabriel my youngest son under 21, son Henry, son Thomas, Henry Goldney son of my son Adam, deceased, Johann my wife, daughter Sybill unmarried,  
Family: F03392
 
10 Name: Phillip Blatch Gender: Male Spouse's Name: Delrow Aldridge Marriage Date: 29 Jun 1702 Marriage Place: Westbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Family: F02973
 
11 Name: Robert Watson Gender: Male Baptism Date: 31 Oct 1824 Baptism Place: Iden,Sussex,England Father: James Watson Mother: Ann FHL Film Number: 1067258

May have married twice: First to Harriett about 1845. Mother of Elizabeth, then to a Sarah about 1850. Mother of Robert?

1851 Census: Name: Robert Walton Age: 26 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Sarah Watson Gender: Male Where born: Iden, Sussex, England Civil Parish: Rye Town: Rye County/Island: Sussex Country: England
Name: Sarah Watson Age: 20 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1831 Relation: Wife Spouse's Name: Robert Walton Gender: Female Where born: Rye, Sussex, England Civil Parish: Rye Town: Rye County/Island: Sussex Country: England Three children Elizabeth 6, Emma 3 and Robert 6 months.


Name: Robert Dennis Watson Gender: Male Baptism Date: 23 Oct 1850 Baptism Place: Rye, Sussex, England Father: Robert Watson Mother: Sarah Ann Film Number: 1468917 Reference ID: item 3 p 251
Name: Robert Watson Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1851 Registration District: Rye Inferred County: Sussex Volume: 7 Page: 358

Name: Robert Denis Watson Gender: Male Marriage Date: 19 Jan 1873 Marriage Place: Rye, Sussex, England Father: Robert Watson Spouse: Martha Naomi Elliot Britt FHL Film Number: 1067291

Name: Robert Dennis Watson Occupation: William The Conqueror Publication Title: 1911 Kelly's Directory County: Sussex Country: England Publication Year: 1911
 
Family: F03421
 
12 Name: Russell C Reeve Birth Date: 1909 Father's Name: Edward P Reeve Mother's Name: Rosa C Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1909 Registration Place: Murwillumbah, New South Wales Registration Number: 39212

Edward Carew Reeve
Service Number: NX113
Rank: Temporary Colonel
Unit: 2 Corps HQ
Service: Army
Conflict: Second World War, 1939-1945
Award: Officer of the Order of the British Empire
Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: 6 March 1947
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: Page 748, position 39
Date of London Gazette: 6 March 1947
Location in London Gazette: Page 1086, position 23



Russell C Reeve Spouse Name: Phyllis G Ryall Marriage Date: 1934 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Burrowa, New South Wales Registration Year: 1934 Registration Number: 7717
 
Family: F3383
 
13 Name: Theophilus Morlet
Gender: Male
Age: Full
Father's Name: John Marie Morlet
Spouse's Name: Rachel Juliet Rowland
Spouse's Age: Full
Spouse's Father's Name: Stephen Neate Rowland
Marriage Date: 16 Oct 1879
Marriage Place: Croydon, Surrey, England
 
Family: F00036
 
14 no title] 281M/T828 1727 These documents are held at Devon Record Office
Contents:
18 November 1727
Quitclaim
1. Elizabeth Clarke of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, widow, executrix of will of Thomas Clarke, baker, deceased, Thomas Clarke of Trowbridge, cothier, eldest son and Edward Shrapnell of Trowbridge, clothier and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Clarke.
2. Edward Mortimer
Lands and hereditaments in Bulkington and Keevil, Wiltshire mortgagedby Francis Merewether to John Aldridge for 579.
 
Family: F02978
 
15 no title] 947/1398 1689, 1796-1836
These documents are held at Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Greenhill jnr. of North Bradley and Grace Aldridge of Bratton, relating to lands and houses at Drynham in the parish of North Bradley, 1689; eight deeds of Drynham Farm in the same parish 1796-1836, and bills of Richard Blake of Trowbridge forthe conveyances 1833-1834, purchased by Walter Long of Rood Ashton (d.1867) in 1836.
Includes, copy contract for the purchase of Drynham Farm for 1800 byRichard Godolphin Long of Rood Ashton, 1833, not completed due to hisdeath in July 1835 but subsequently carried through by his son, Walter, as described above.
Parties: Greenhill, Aldridge, Turner, Coward, Pigott, King, Smyth, Heathcote, Harper, Master, Saunders, Long.
 
Family: F02972
 
16 Possible first wife:
Alice wife of Edmond Wrighte, grocer buried 02.03.1614/15.
Burial on April 6 of John son of Mr? Wrighte. 
Family: F03405
 
17 Possibly?
possibly VENN: Matric. sizar from KING'S, Michs. 1611; B.A. from Jesus, 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19; priest, Sept. 20, 1619. P.C. of Bury, Hunts., 1619. Perhaps V. of Broad Hinton, Wilts., 1629-64. Died Nov. 26, 1664.

Ministers in Malmesbury District about the time of the Civil Wars andRestoration Author : Book Type : People Publisher : Date : 1911-13 ISBN : Journal : WNQ, Vol. 7, pages546-51 Full Text : MINISTERS IN THE MALMESBURY DISTRICT ABOUT THE TIME OF THE CIVIL WARS AND RESTORATION
ALCOCK, THOMAS - Minister of Broad Hinton; a witness at his daughter's marr. 10 Oct. 1654; wife's name Sarah; takes a baptism 4 Sept. 1662. [Phill. Inst., d V. of Broad Hinton, 1664.] Brazenose Coll., Ox., matr. 24 Nov. 1609, cler. fil. 16, B.A. 1612, M.A. 1614.
 
Family: F02246
 
18 Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers. John Skeate Yeoman Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire. 14 April 1638 - Reference: PROB 11/176/555


Ships money 1635: Wootton Bassett : Skeate Jo: Senior Wootton Bassett 0-12-0 Skeate Jo: Junior Wootton Bassett 0-5-0
 
Family: F03416
 
19 PROB 11/131/331 Description: Will of Edward Stafford, Clothier of Chippenham, Wiltshire Date: 25 March 1618: daughter Maria, Sibbell and Christian, my grandchild Michael Stafford, son of my son Henry deceased, his brothers Henry and Samuel, grandson William Exham son of my daughter Margaret, deceased, his brethren John, Thomas, Mary, Margaret and Christian, grandchild Mary Vizer daughter of my foresaid daughter Mary, John, Gabriel, William and Johane his brethren, children of Sibell: Gabriel, thomas, Edward, Richard, Charles Stephen and Agnes Bridges, Agnes Michell daughter of Christian, my son Edward and his children Edward, Thomas, Eleazer, Anne and Mary, my son Peter deceased, John Scott my kinsman, my brother in law Henry and Gabriel Gouldney.
 
Family: F03393
 
20 PROB 11/138/536 Description: Will of William Barrett or Barret, Grocer of Saint Alban Wood Street, City of London Date: 18 December 1621 Family: F02764
 
21 PROB 11/234/25 Description: Will of Robert Dillingson of Metston in the Isle of Wight, Hampshire Date: 14 March 1654: wife Francis.
 
Family: F03029
 
22 PROB 11/281/403 Description: Will of Doctor Francis Alexander, Doctor of Law of Saint Michael near Winchester, Hampshire Date: 02 July 1658 :wife, son Gerrard, son George, daughter Susan, son William, son James, son and daughter Presson, son Edward and son Leonard. Proved Anne Alexander, relict.
 
Family: F03404
 
23 PROB 11/64/508 Description: Will of George Kekewiche of Katchefrenshe, Cornwall Date: 09 November 1582: daughter Grace, Mary, daughter Margaret all not married, George my eldest son, John my second son, Peter my third, Edward my fourth and Frances my youngest son, wife Catherine, daughter Kate Lanyan?, her grandmother Buller, daughter Ann Clowberye, wife of Oliver.  Family: F03432
 
24 Ref No.
P2/A/376
Alt Ref No
P2/A/376
Title
Will
Date
1712
Person
Aldridge, Thomas
Occupation
Yeoman
Place Key
/Erlestoke/Wiltshire
Community
Melksham
 
Family: F00666
 
25 Supposedly left a will but since lost. Family: F00463
 
26 Text: 04 Feb 1694-5 St John Webb, of St Martin's, Westminster, Esqr, 33, & Anne Stanley, of St Margaret's in Rochester, Kent, Widow, 26; at All Hallows Staining. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Marriage Licences, 1611-1828 (Marriage)

 
Family: F03418
 
27 There are several Pitty's in the Great Chishall registers back to the death of a Richard in 1610. It's difficult to sort the families but there are several wills available that should help. Family: F3343
 
28 Will of Jeffery Skeate, Chandler of Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire 24 May1656 PROB 11/255: Mentions eldest son John, younger son Robert and daughter Ann. Now wife Ann.

Petition to Parliament
"To the Right Honorable House of Parliament now assembled (about 1645)
The humble petition of the mayor and free tenants of the borrough of Wooten Bassett, in the countie of Wilts, humbly sheweth to this honorable House, That whereas the mayor and free tenants of the said borrough, by relation of our ancient predecessors, had and did hold unto them free common of pasture for the feeding of all manner of Ruther-beaasts, as cowes, &c, without stint, were they never so many, in and through Fasterne great Park, which said park contained by estimation 2000acres of ground or upwards; and in the second and third yeere of the.......And we your Orators shall be ever bound to pray for your healths and prosperity in the Lord." Signed by Jeffery Skeat, mayor, and 22 of the free tenants"
 
Family: F03415
 
29 Will of John Blatch, of Bratton, gentleman, brother-in-law Wm. Aldridge Ballard, of Bratton, esquire, and to his " relation " Henry Blatch, of Winterbourne Dancy, gentleman, their heirs, &c., two freehold messuages, &c., at Bratton, with the gardens, &c., now in the several occupations of Moses Chapman and James Cook ; and all the parcels of arable ground at or near Bratton, containing 4 acres, to the use of his wife, Eleanor, for the term of her natural life ; then to the use of his son, John Blatch, his heirs, &c. ; and in case the said son be in his minority on his mother's death, the trustees are to receive the rents and profits from the said messuage, &c., and apply them for John's benefit as they think fit. Also to the said William Aldridge Ballard and Henry Blatch, their heirs, &c., all mess ages, &c., held under Lord Weymouth in Bratton for lives, to . hold to them during the said hves in trust for his wife during her hfe, and then in trust for his son John, the rents and profits to be received by them if, on his mother's death, he be still in liis minority, and to be applied for his benefit as they think fit ; And whereas by his marriage settlement he settled certain messuages, &c., on his wife for her life, and afterwards to the first and other sons of the marriage, with a power reserved for raising out of the said premises ^300 for the benefit ot any younger children of the marriage, he bequeathes the said 300 to the said trustees for the use of his daughter, Sarah Blatch, to be paid her at the age of 21, or on her marriage if she marry with the approbation of her mother and the said trustees, but if she marry without such consent, to the use of his said son John. To his said wife, he bequeathes the use, during her life, of all his household goods, which after her decease are to be divided among his children, Philip Ballard Blatch and the said John and Sarah Blatch equally. To his said trustees a mourning ring each ; the rest of his chattels are to be converted into money, and such money to be placed at interest on Government or land security for his wife, and after her decease, the said interest to be equally divided among his said children at their ages of 21 years, or one dying before the others, between the survivors, and if on his wife's decease they arc in their minority, the said trustees are to apply the interest for their benefit as they think fit; Wife, and William Aldridge Ballard and Henry Blatch, exors. Dated 23 February 1784. [Proved at Sarum 4 October 1785.]
 
Family: F03380
 
30 Will of Richard Vyolett Fishmonger London Date range:30 September 1578 - 30 September 1578 PROB 11/60/464:
Written 1571 Wants to be buried St Boltophs, London.
..I Richard Vyolett ffishmonger and citizen of London, being of hole minde and of good and perfect remembraimce, Laud and praise be unto god therfore," made his will loth December, 1571, which, however, was not proved till the last day of September, 1578. In it he mentions his wife, Dorothy, and his sons and daughters respectively in order of seniority, viz., Henry, Nicholas, Robert, and Richard, and Mary, Dorothy, Jone, and Bridget. Brother John Vyolett, To them he gives his estate, including land at Bromley, with remainder to his cousin, Mr. Nicholas Rutland, and to his cousins Mary and Jone Rutland, Nicholas' daughters. He mentions also Frauncis and William, sons of Mr. Nicholas Rutland; his cousins, John and William Hedworthe, his cousins, William and John Stokes, and his wife; and others (C.P.C., " Langley," fo. 35). A John Hedworth, fellow of the Middle Temple is a witness to the will.
 
Family: F03396
 
31 Will of Thomas Fitsall 1608: daughter Julian, not married, son Thomas, son James, John, Richard and son Robert, wife Margaret.

First two marriage probably same man:
Thomas Fitsall married a Maude Coles 1577 Devizes
Thomas Fitsall married a Margaret Wheeler 1582 Devizes.
Joan Fitsall and John Braye marry 1586/87
Elizabeth Fitsall and Richard Hope 1594 
Family: F03390
 
32 William Rutland, citizen and alderman of Canterbury, was buried here next to Joane his wife, in 1532; and Francis Rutland, citizen and alderman, was buried here, near his late wife, as appears by their several wills in Prerog. off. Cant. From: 'The abbey of St Augustine: Abbots', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 12 (1801), pp. 177-225. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63693 Date accessed: 10 August 2013.


no title] CC/JQ/318/i 1518
Contents: Session 10 Dec 1518, William Rutlande, mayor Lists of officers, juries


100 CCA: U3/5/4/1 f 17v These accounts of churchwardens William Rutlande and John Surges (ff 15-29v) contain receipts and expenses for two years from Christmas 1504 to Christmas 1506, including the receipts for Hocktide 1505 and for Hocktide 1506. In the Records this Hocktide entry appears under the heading 1504-5. 100-2 src: 25073 sheet [9] cols 1-2 This printed account of expenses, including entertainment by minstrels, at the enthronement banquet of Archbishop William Warham on Passion Sunday, 9 March 1504/5, was probably printed by J. Cawood in 1 570 but no contemporary source can be identified.

103 CCA: U3/5/4/1 f 18 These accounts of churchwardens William Rutlande and John Burges (ff 15-29v) contain receipts and expenses for two years from Christmas 1504 to Christmas 1506, including the receipts for Hocktide 1505 and for Hocktide 1506. In the Records this Hocktide entry appears under the heading 1505-6.
[no title] CC/JQ/318/i 1518 Contents: Session 10 Dec 1518, William Rutlande, mayor Lists of officers, juries
 
Family: F03399
 
33 She may have been from Rye, Sussex and her daughter inherits property there.  Agnes
 
34 Surname may be Courtenay?

A reprint of a pedigree roll made in 1679 for Sir William Twysden entitled "Extract from the Pedigree of the family of Saunders of Ewell in the County of Surrey" (Miscellanea Heraldica et Genealogica, Fifth Series, Vol VIII, part IV December 1932, p.114), submitted by Sir John Ramskill Twisden, who owned the original. This roll attempts to give the coats of arms of both husbands and wives in each case, Wm Twysden apparently being rather anxious to establish his respectable connections. The roll lists "Richard Saunder of Charlwood Gent obiit Anno 1480" married to "Agnes obiit 7th Jan anno 1485". The arms below this couple are: "Coat: A shield party per pale, on the dexter the arms of Saunder as above, the sinister moiety blank." The Sander arms above were "Sable, a chevron ermine between 3 bulls' heads caboshed argent." Agnes' arms were left blank. The roll was signed by "Willm Dugdale Garter, principalis Rex Armorum". In addition in the margin there is a list of inscriptions on brass from gravestones in the parish church of Charlwood, including: "Hic jacet Rictus Sander gentleman qui obiit Ao Dni MCCCCLXXX et Agnes uxor ejus quae obiit Viio die Januarii Ao Dni MCCCCLXXXV etc."
 
Agnes
 
35 ?
Name: John Neate
Spouse's Name: Ann Flower
Event Date: 16 Feb 1795
Event Place: Cherhill,Wiltshire,England 
Ann
 
36 A James Watson marries an Ann Eager at Rye in 1810? Ann
 
37 Clavering Parish Registers: Buried 18th Feb 1714/15 Ann widow of Henry Salmon Ann
 
38 First name(s) Ann Sen Last name Bonnett Birth year - Death year 1717 Age - Burial year 1717 Burial date 03 May 1717 Parish Litlington

Possible Marriage:
Name: John Bennet Gender: Male Marriage Date: 24 Aug 1672 Marriage Place: Lyonshall,Hereford,England Spouse: Anne Lurcot FHL Film Number: 992316
 
Ann
 
39 The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, Volume 102, Part 1 .1832
...Berks.-April 20. At the Vicarage, Sutton Courtney, Anne-Caroline, wife of the Rev. George Andrews,

?
Name: George Andrews Spouse Name: Ann Caroline Deane Record Type: Banns Event Date: 3 Apr 1820 Parish: Shoreditch St Leonard Borough: Hackney Register Type: Parish Register
 
Ann Caroline
 
40 Census: Longcot, Berkshire, England:
RG number:
RG09 Piece:
727 Folio:
81 Page:
6 Registration District:
Faringdon Sub District:
1 Shrivenham EnumerationDistrict:
7 Ecclesiastical Parish:
Civil Parish: Longcot Municipal Borough:
Address: Longcot County: Berkshire
PUZEY, Ann Head Widow F 62 1799 Farmer Of 30 Acres Eaton Berkshire
PUZEY, Martha Daughter Unmarried F 38 1823 Farmers Daughter Longcot Berkshire
PUZEY, Richard P Son Unmarried M 23 1838 Farmers Son Longcot Berkshire
PUZEY, Caroline Elizth Daughter Unmarried F 17 1844 Farmers Daughter Longcot Berkshire
 
Anne
 
41 May have orginally been of Putney as she gives bequests to people in Putney in her will?
Could her surname be Rogers? See will and mention of cousins Ralph, Richard and Hughe Rogers. Also sisters Grueyn and Lowrye.


Will of Katherine Cruxson, Widow of London 11 July 1586 PROB 11/69


?
Will of Ralfe Rogers 29 May 1596 PROB 11/87

?
Will of Richarde Grunwyn of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire 03 December 1586 PROB 11/69

Will from Putney during this time period to check.
?
Will of William Coxe, Husbandman of Putney, Surrey 12 November 1599 PROB 11/94
Will of Katherine Lownde or Lounde, Widow of Putney, Surrey 28 June 1591 PROB 11/77
Will of Dorothie Toppes, Widow of Putney, Surrey 07 March 1581 PROB 11/63
Will of John Welbecke, Gentleman of Putney, Surrey 16 November 1558 PROB 11/41
Will of Ales Welbek or Welbeck of Putney, Surrey 06 September 1558 PROB 11/41
Will of Ralph Dodmer of Putney, Surrey 03 September 1558 PROB 11/41
Will of William Whorwood of Putney, Surrey 09 June 1545 PROB 11/30
Will of Thomas Riche of Putney, Surrey June 1513 PROB 11/17
Will of John Gardyner of Putney, Surrey Januray 1509 PROB 11/16

Sister in law?
Name: Elizabeth Cruxston Marriage Date: 27 May 1557 Parish: All Hallows Lombard Street County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: Thomas Shawe Record Type: Marriage Register Type: Parish Register
 
Catherine
 
42 May be Chapman.

Possibility??
1823 NEATE Christian 75 SHOREDITCH (ST LEONARD) MIDDLESEX

Name: Christian Neate Gender: Male Burial Date: 12 Oct 1823 Burial Place: Shoreditch, Middlesex, England Death Date: Death Place: Age: 75 Birth Date: 1748 Birthplace: Occupation: Race: Marital Status: Unknown


 
Christian
 
43 Mentioned in will of son John in 1670.

Could be Heron??
James and John Heron mentioned as cousins by John Trulock of Steventon in 1670 will
There father? mentions brother Richard Trewlocke and makes him executor of his will.
Or James Heron married to a Trewlock female.

?
Name: Yeedith Hearinge Gender: Female Baptism/Christening Date: 04 Oct 1608 Baptism/Christening Place: SHRIVENHAM,BERKSHIRE,ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Hearinge
?
Name: John Herring Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 15 Mar 1639 Baptism/Christening Place: CHOLSEY,BERKSHIRE,ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Francis Herring
Name: John Herring Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 10 Jul 1659 Baptism/Christening Place: COOKHAM,BERKSHIRE,ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Will Herring
?
Will of James Heron, Gentleman of Abingdon, Berkshire 13 March 1663 PROB 11/310 Mentions son John and James and land in Comnor Berkshire and Hanborough Oxfordshire, brother Richard Trewlock, dated 1651.
?
Will of Joan Heroins or Heron, Widow of Abingdon, Berkshire 01 December 1703 PROB 11/473
Will of Anne Heron, Widow of Oxford, Oxfordshire 21 January 1693 PROB 11/413
Will of James Heron, Gentleman of Oxford, Oxfordshire 10 June 1685 PROB 11/380
Will of Hugh Heron, Gentleman of Inkpen, Berkshire 27 May 1629 PROB 11/155
 
Edith
 
44 1841 Census: Sussex, England:
HO107/1109/~F26 CD4 HO_1109a.pdf p.110
Russell James 60 - Independent Yes
Russell Elizabeth 55 - No  
Elizabeth
 
45 Related to the Danenants? Elizabeth
 
46 There is a death of an Elizabeth Toms, aged 78 years in 1848 at St. Mary Aldmary, London.?
Toms, Elizabeth 1842 December Deaths City of London London Middlesex
TOMS, Elizabeth 1845 March Deaths Shoreditch London Middlesex
TOMS, Elizabeth 1852 June Deaths St George Southwark London Surrey
View Record Toms, Elizabeth 1853 March Deaths Shoreditch London Middlesex
View Record Toms, Elizabeth 1857 December Deaths Islington Greater London London Middlesex
Toms, Elizabeth 1864 December Deaths Lambeth Greater London London Surr
Toms, Elizabeth 1867 December Deaths St Giles London Middlesex

Marriages: William Toms and ELizabeth:

William THOMS
Age unknown
Status unknown
Occupation
County & Parish London St Andrew Holborn
County & Parish as in Register London St Andrew, Holborn
Register signed yes
Bride details
Name Elizabeth CARRUTHERS
Age unknown
Status unknown
Occupation
County & Parish London St Andrew Holborn
County & Parish as in Register London St Andrew, Holborn
Register signed made mark
Other details
How married banns
Date 8 Feb 1786
Married by Rob't COOPER
1st Witness William BODDEN
2nd Witness R'd PERRY
Remarks

1786 TOMS WM DUMMET ELIZ WESTMINSTER ST GEORGE HANOVER SQUARE MIDDLESEX

Burials:
First name(s): Elizabeth Last name: TOMS Date of burial: 1842 Place of burial: St Mary Aldermanbury Age at death: 78 Approximate year of birth: 1764 Address at death: Not recorded

First name(s): Elizabeth Last name: TOMBS Date of burial: 16 January 1842 Place of burial: Golden Lane Age at death: 65 Approximate year of birth: 1777 Address at death: Pear Tree Street, Goswell Street
 
Elizabeth
 
47 There is a marriage of an Elizabeth Garrett and John Nalder at Hungerford, Berkshire in 1820?

Possibility?
1841 Census: Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire, England:
RG number:
HO107 Piece:
1168 Book/Folio:
1/6 Page:
6 Registration District:
Marlborough Sub District:
Marlborough EnumerationDistrict:
Ecclesiastical Parish:
Civil Parish: Berwick Bassett Municipal Borough:
Address: Berwick Bassett, Berwick Bassett County: Wiltshire
NALDER, Elizabeth F 45 1796 Wiltshire
NALDER, Elizabeth F 20 1821 Wiltshire
COLES, Eliza F 20 1821 Wiltshire
COLES, Martha F 14 1827 Wiltshire
NALDER, Elizabeth Head W F 55 1796 Annuitant Ramsbury, Wiltshire

1851 Census : Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire, England:
National Archive Reference:
RG number: HO107 Piece: 1838 Folio: 40 Page: 25
Reg. District: Marlborough Sub District:
Parish: Berwick Bassett Enum. District:
Ecclesiastical District: Cty/Municipal Borough:
Address: Berwick Bassett, Berwick Bassett
County: Wiltshire
NALDER, Elizabeth Head W F 55 1796 Annuitant Ramsbury, Wiltshire
NALDER, Sarah Daughter Unmar. F 21 1830 Landed Proprietor Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire
COOPER, Elizabeth Daughter W F 30 1821 Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire
COOPER, Frederick Grandson M 4 1847 Stratford Sub Castle, Wiltshire
COOPER, Laura Elizabeth Granddau. F 0 (9MOS) 1851 Berwick Bassett,Wiltshire
STRATTON, Henry Son In Law Marr.M 25 1826 Farmer 720 Acres Employing 50 Labs Woodborough,Wiltshire
STRATTON, Mary Daughter Marr. F 25 1826 Berwick Bassett,Wiltshire
STRATTON, Louisa M N Granddau. F 2 1849 Berwick Bassett,Wiltshire
STRATTON, Henry T N Grandson M 0 (9MOS) 1851 Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire
COOPER, John F Visitor M 7 1844 London
LODER, Mary A Servant Unmar. F 25 1826 House Servant Salisbury Wiltshire
FOWLER, Rachel Servant Unmar. F 22 1829 House Servant Overton Wiltshire
HITCHMAN, Sarah A Servant Unmar. F 25 1826 House Servant Devizes Wiltshire
LEWIS, Anne Servant F 13 1838 House Servant Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire
 
Elizabeth
 
48 C 1/1141/51-53
Scope and Content:
James LEVESON (Leweson) v. William SANDERS, gentleman, and Joan his wife, executrix and late the wife of Thomas Gittons, citizen and vintner of London.: Price of wine.: LONDON. Covering dates 1544-1551 Note Mutilated. Held by The National Archives Kew.

Joan, the widow of William Saunders of Ewell, survived her husband by some nine years. Her will dated 14 April, 1580 and proved in London on 15 July, 1581 (Darcey, fol, 27):

To be buried at Narboroghe in the Church there.
To my son OLYVER GITTYNS 20 as well as all my stuff, plate and other my chattels at his house in Ewell (except one doun bed and one boulster and one coverlet of red freese which I give to my godson NICHOLAS GITTONS the eldest son of the said OLYVER my son.
To THOMAS the other son of said OLYVER 20/-. and to his daughter 20/-
To my son ALBEY GITTONS 20 and the second pot at Ewell covered with silver. To his son WILLIAM 20/- and to their daughter ANNE 20/-, to hsi daughter GRACE 20/-. To my daughter CHRISTIAN GOLDINGHAM 10 and to her son FRANCES LACASSE 20/- and to Margaret LACASSE 20/-. To his daughter KATHERINE GOLDINGHAM 20/-.
To my son SPILMAN of Marboroghe one goblet etc. and to his wife my daughter SPILMAN a gilt cup with cover etc. and all my great chest in Marboroghe.
To ANNE KERVILL my ring with da diamond etc.
To BRIDGITT SPILMANNE the daughter of my son JOHN my tablet of gold
To ROBERT SPELMANNE the elder twin 40/- and to FRAUNCS SPELMANNE his other brother and twin 40/-.
To CHRISTIAN GOLDINGHAM my second gown.
To the wife of my son ALBEY a round kirtle of Grogray etc.
To the wife of my sone OLYVER my workingday gown.
To the poor of Ewell 40/- and to the poor of Marborogh 20/-
To Mother MUNSON 2/-.
The residue of my goods I give to my sons OLYVER and ALBEY equally and I apploint my said son OLYVER sole executrix.
Sum in money 66.2.0.
No Witnesses
Proved 25 July by OLIVER GITTONS exor. named in the will.





...Although he inherited Batailles and other estates in Surrey from his father, William later acquired other properties outside the county. He bought the Manor of Cardens with lands in the villages of Cliff, Higham, Cooling and Frindsbury in North Kent. This manor had belonged to the Charterhouse1 and after the suppression of the monastery the manor was granted to Thomas Gittons,2 Citizen and Vintner of London, who was at once granted a licence to alienate the manor to Sir Oliver Ledder. Thomas Gittons died in 1543; his will mentioned his wife Joan, five children and brother David. William Saunder's will records that Cardens and neighbouring lands were bought by William from Sir Oliver Ledder and David Gittons. William bequeathed the manor to his wife Joan for life; he had in fact married as his second wife the widow of Thomas Gittons, once owner of Cardens. William's eldest son inherited Cardens after the death of Joan. Harshing Marsh in Cliff parish was left to his other sons, Francis and Erasmus. William had bought the marsh in November 1546, which was probably about the date that he acquired the other Kent property.
....It is uncertain whether Joan, William Saunder's second wife, was the mother of any of his children. The Saunder pedigree dated 1679 compiled at the College of Arms and reproduced by T. Homer-Saunders, names only William's first wife and five of his eight children. All these five are recorded as children of the first wife. Francis, the youngest son (omitted from the pedigree), was alive in 1546, his father could not have married his second wife until after the death in 1543 of her former husband. It seems unlikely therefore that any of the children were issue of the second marriage. William's widow only mentioned one of his children, Catherine, in her will; Catherine was there described as "my daughter Spilman" wife of "my son Spilman of Narborough." Catherine was bequeathed a gilt cup and her husband a silver goblet and a pair of sables. Small bequests were also made to Catherine's daughter, Anne Kervill. These gifts were practically the sole bequests made by Joan Saunder beyond those left to her children by Thomas Gittons and their families, and were in all probability made because Joan was living with the Spelmans at Narborough. The bulk of Joan's property was left to her two sons, Oliver and Albey Gittons, both of whom had been mentioned in the will of Thomas Gittons. Oliver Gittons lived at Ewell (his house was recorded in the Survey of 1577) and he and his wife were buried there in 1615 and 1618 respectively. William Saunder bequeathed Oliver a gown "furred with jennytts, my velvet jerkin and my cloke and a paier of my hosen." William Saunder's five daughters had ten husbands between them and all five had married at the time he made his will. The eldest daughter Mary was left a widow with a young family by the early death of her husband, Nicholas Lusher. She remained a widow for over forty years, continuing to live at her husband's Manor of
Shoelands at Puttenham, Surrey. Her only son Nicholas was knighted in 1603.
The other four of William's daughters all married into Norfolk families. Urith, probably the second daughter, married John Palgrave of Berningham Northwood.

Is it Narborough, Norfolk or Marlborough, Wiltshire? 
Joan
 
49 Joan, 'Maistresse Senion,' was buried at St Mary's, Lambeth, 29 October 1562.

Joan St John, P.C.C. 27 Streat. Nuncupative will dated 25 October and admon granted to her husband 8 November 1562. She was the wife of Oliver St John, of Lambeth, Surrey, gentleman; and had previously been married to Robert Smallwood. Her husband Oliver St John to have the keeping of her children, and to give some of her jewellery to her daughter Wynnifrede.

....2. Joan, at St Margaret's, Westminster, 3 July 1559. He was her third husband. She married first Henbury, probably William Henbury, who was buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 31 August 1553; by whom she had a son William Henbury baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 28 October 1548, and a daughter Mary Henbury, baptized there 18 February 1554,
and maybe other children who occur in the registers. Joan married secondly, at St Margaret's, Westminster, 16 April 1554, Robert Smallewoode, gentleman, who was buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 8 January 1559; by whom she had a daughter Wenefride Smallewoode, baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 6 August 1555, and a son John Smallewoode, baptized there 8 December 1556....By Oliver St John Joan was the mother of Oliver St John, baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 2 October 1560, who presumably died an infant; and of Oliver St John, baptized at St Mary's, Lambeth, 15 July 1561, and later described as 'the younger,' and 'Black Oliver.' John St John, buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 24 September 1563, may have been another infant child. Joan, 'Maistresse Senion,' was buried at St Mary's, Lambeth, 29 October 1562.
Joan
 
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Will of Judith Smith Brockhurst, Southampton 24 May 1692 April 1730
Mentions daughter Elizabeth and her husband William Forbes, brother Michael Davison
 
Judith
 

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