Bertha A Allder

b. 1901, d. 10 August 1965

Parents:

Father: Percy Edwin William Allder b. 1871, d. 6 Sep 1953
Mother: Eleanor G Johnson b. 1872, d. 1925
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Family:

William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977

Children:

William Maurice Bastin b. 11 Dec 1921, d. 4 Mar 2001
Robert Howell Bastin b. 25 Apr 1923, d. 7 May 2003
Leslie James Bastin b. 1925, d. Dec 2000
Frank Colin Bastin+ b. 12 Jun 1927
Sylvia J Bastin b. c 1930, d. 1932
Alan John Bastin b. 17 May 1937, d. 2004

William H Bastin

b. 1900, d. 31 August 1977
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Family:

Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965

Children:

William Maurice Bastin b. 11 Dec 1921, d. 4 Mar 2001
Robert Howell Bastin b. 25 Apr 1923, d. 7 May 2003
Leslie James Bastin b. 1925, d. Dec 2000
Frank Colin Bastin+ b. 12 Jun 1927
Sylvia J Bastin b. c 1930, d. 1932
Alan John Bastin b. 17 May 1937, d. 2004

William Maurice Bastin

b. 11 December 1921, d. 4 March 2001

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Robert Howell Bastin

b. 25 April 1923, d. 7 May 2003

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Leslie James Bastin

b. 1925, d. December 2000

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Frank Colin Bastin

b. 12 June 1927

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 18 Aug 2016

Family:

Nauma Gwen Breheny b. 8 Feb 1919, d. 20 Jan 2015

Alan John Bastin

b. 17 May 1937, d. 2004

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Sylvia J Bastin

b. circa 1930, d. 1932

Parents:

Father: William H Bastin b. 1900, d. 31 Aug 1977
Mother: Bertha A Allder b. 1901, d. 10 Aug 1965
Last Edited: 3 Apr 2016

Nauma Gwen Breheny

b. 8 February 1919, d. 20 January 2015
Last Edited: 11 Aug 2016

Family:

Frank Colin Bastin b. 12 Jun 1927

Richard Hollingdale

b. circa 1816
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2016

Family:

Children:

Citations

  1. [S70] 1881 Census for England, "Class: RG11; Piece: 1080; Folio: 121; Page: 18; GSU roll: 1341254."

Emily Hollingdale

b. circa 1854

Parents:

Father: Richard Hollingdale b. c 1816
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S70] 1881 Census for England, "Class: RG11; Piece: 1080; Folio: 121; Page: 18; GSU roll: 1341254."

Clara Marchant

b. 1852

Parents:

Father: James Marchant d. 1859
Mother: Maria Paskins b. c 1834
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2016

Family:

Richard Hollingdale b. c 1844

Child:

Citations

  1. [S142] General Register Office: Indexes to Births, Sep 1837-2006, "Jul-Sep 1852, Brighton, Vol 2b Page 166."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Information: Ancestry.com. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014."

James Marchant

d. 1859
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2016

Family:

Maria Paskins b. c 1834

Child:

Maria Paskins

b. circa 1834
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2016

Family:

James Marchant d. 1859

Child:

Citations

  1. [S68] 1861 Census for England, "Class: RG 9; Piece: 594; Folio: 94; Page: 15; GSU roll: 542668."

Woodside Cottage .

Woodside Cottage, December 2014.
Last Edited: 27 Jul 2021
  • Anecdote*: Mary Barber purchased this property in 1691 and its location was only determined by following the ownership changes in the Datchurst manorial court books through to the late 19th century. Identifying the owner in the 19th century allowed that person to be located on the schedule attached to the 1838 Tonbridge tithe map, which gives the unique plot number (652) for the property and allows it to be located on the tithe map. The property is on the Tonbridge to Sevenoaks road, directly opposite the Half Moon Inn, and was originally just over one acre in area. Only the house survives today at 99 Tonbridge Road, Hildenborough and is a Grade II listed building now known as Woodside Cottage. There is a photograph of the house taken in 1957 in the English Heritage “England’s Places” photographic collection showing the house in a very overgrown and neglected state. Another photograph would appear to have been taken soon after when a certain amount of the overgrowth had been removed.
  • Anecdote: The house has since been restored and updated. It can be located at coordinates latitude 51.215118 North; longitude 0.243968 East.
  • Anecdote: Much of the information comes from the U55 collection at the Kent History and Library Centre of which the court rolls of the manor of Datchurst 1718-1884 (U55 M378) is one item. This collection came from Hubert. W. Knocker, solicitor and at one time steward of the manor of Datchurst (c1880), and includes a number of different manorial records, deeds etc. He looks to have been involved with a number of manors and kept the court records in his own possession which is fortunate, as with numerous changes of ownership (of the manors) and the vicissitudes of time, these records have often gone missing. (G. Rickard.)
  • Anecdote:
    HISTORY TIMELINE FOR THE WIDOW MARY BARBER'S PROPERTY, HILDENBOROUGH
    (Note: taken from the book Barber alias Nynne - see Publications. Sources of information are given in the book).

    21 Oct 1691     Widow Barber takes (copyhold) possession of a cottage from the manor of Datchurst. It is described as "One tenement or cottage, one barn and one orchard, and two roods of land by estimation, with the appurtenances, lying on the highway leading between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks towards the east and north, and the lands late of Francis Skeffington esquire towards the south". (See full transcription below).
    Mar - Jun 1692     Three receipts for work done by William Dudson specifically mention Widow Barber and the "old house". The receipt mentions the building of a 4 flue chimney. (See transcription below).
    14 Apr 1692     First occurrence of Widow Barber in the Overseers of the Poor rating assessments of property owners. The property was rated at 1s/6d indicating a rental value of the property of £1/10s (rated at 1s/- in the £).
    17 Oct 1692     The property was rated at 2s/3d in the Overseers of the Poor rating assessment (rated at 1s/6d in the £), indicating a rental value of £1/10s as before.
    16 Apr 1695     The property was rated at 1s/6d in the Overseers of the Poor rating assessment (rated at 1s/6d in the £), indicating a lower rental of £1. In addition there was "and for Mr Danver's 2s/3d" indicating that she had leased other lands.
    7 Nov 1695     The property was rated at 1s/- in the Overseers of the Poor rating assessment (rated at 1s/- in the £), indicating a rental value of £1. Widow Barber is also rated for "Mr. Danver's & Mr. Richardson's, 1s/6d".
    9 June 1698     The property was rated at 2s/- in the Overseers of the Poor rating assessment (rated at 2s/- in the £), indicating a rental value of £1. Mr Danvers and Mr Richardson are rated for "land late used by Widowe Barber", so she is no longer using this.
    4 Oct 1712     A quit rent receipt for 6d paid by Mary Barber states "for lands near the Half Moon".
    13 Oct 1730     Two years before she dies, Widow Mary Barber transfers the property to her eldest surviving son, Thomas Barber, a malster of Tonbridge. (See transcription below).
    12 Oct 1749     The property passes to Thomas Barber's nephew, also a Thomas Barber, via his will. Both are maltsters of Tonbridge. It is not known if the nephew Thomas and his future wife Elizabeth (daughter of John Waite) actually lived in the house. Given his occupation as a malster it is more likely that they lived in the house in Tonbridge town that Thomas also inherited from his uncle. (See transcription below).
    4 Feb 1755     Thomas Barber dies intestate and administration is granted to his widow, Elizabeth Barber (daughter of John Waite). Her only child Thomas is just 2 years old.
    19 Oct 1758     The Datchurst manorial court proclaims that the infant Thomas Barber is heir to the property held by his father who died in 1755. (See transcription below).
    23 Oct 1764     The "infant" Thomas Barber (i.e. under the age of 21 years) is admitted to the property under the guardianship of his mother Elizabeth until he is 21 years of age. (See transcription below).
    29 Jan 1776     Elizabeth Barber transfers her right of dower to her 23 year old son Thomas Barber. The Hildenborough property is mentioned as part of this indenture. We find in a later document that this was in exchange for an income to Elizabeth of £20 p.a. William Waite, yeoman of Tonbridge, appears to be a trustee for Elizabeth and is most likely her eldest brother.
    The house is described as a "messuage … now divided into two several habitations ... with the yards, backsides, gardens and orchards thereunto respectively apportioned and … containing by estimation one acre of ground more or less, with appurtenances, situated, lying and being in Hildenborough in Tonbridge aforesaid and now in the tenure or occupation of Widow Kemp and John Wells".
    10 Oct 1788     The property and others are mortgaged to George Children to raise £500. Thomas Barber is said to be a malster of Ightham.
    12 Oct 1801     The property is sold to George Children for £150 under a Lease and Release conveyance. Thomas Barber is described as a yeoman.
    26 Dec 1801     The mortgage arranged in 1788 is discharged using proceeds from the sale of some of the properties held under the mortgage, including the Hildenborough property and another called Finches.
    12 Nov 1813     The transfer of ownership from Thomas Barber to George Children in 1801 is recorded in the Datchurst manorial court rolls. The property is described as a messuage or tenement, garden and two orchards. (See transcription below).
    c1840     The entry in the Datchurst court roll dated 2 September 1862 shows the next owner after George Children to be Thomas Peckham. The 1838 Tonbridge tithe map shows him occupying plot 652 in Hildenborough, comprising a house, shop, garden, yard, etc of 1 acre, 1 rod and 8 perches, and with a vicarial tithe (paid to the resident vicar) of 3s/-. The map shows this to be almost exactly across the road from the Half Moon public house. This is therefore the location of Widow Mary Barber's house. (See map Fig. A3-1)
    1841 Census     Occupying the property are brothers Edward and Thomas Peckham, both aged 60 years, with Edward Peckham aged 30 years, wife Sophia aged 35 years and children. Thomas and both Edwards are wheelwrights.
    1851 Census     Edward Peckham, wheelwright, and wife Sophia and family occupy the property with Edward Peckham, widower, aged 70 years, and Thomas his uncle, aged 72 years. Thomas was later buried at Leigh on 19 May 1851 ("age 72 years").
    1861 Census     Edward Peckham, wheelwright, and wife Sophia and family occupy the property. It appears that the older Edward Peckham has died.
    2 Sep 1862     The Datchurst manorial court rolls record the admission of Edward Peckham, carpenter, to the property on the death of Thomas Peckham, the previous owner. The property was also enfranchised at this time, no longer beholden to the manor (i.e. now freehold). The property is described as:
    "Copyhold messuage or tenement garden and two orchards lying to the highway leading from Tonbridge to Sevenoaks towards the East and to land at one time of Wickenden formerly Whittakers afterwards Eldridges then of Thomas Barton [Barber] afterwards of George Children then of his assignees and since of Thomas Peckham deceased". (See full transcription below).
    12 Jan 1863     According to a family tree in www.Ancestry.co.uk, Edward Peckham, wife Sophia and the three youngest children emigrated in 1863 on board the ship Pharamond, arriving Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, to join their older children who had emigrated a year earlier. Edward died on 12 September 1866 aged 56 years of wounds inflicted by a leopard attack.
  • Anecdote:
    SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

    Purchase of Cottage, Barn & Orchard (about 1 acre) in Hildenborough by Mary Barber, 1691.

    On 21st October 1691 the widow Mary Barber became the owner of a small cottage in Hildenborough. Remarkably, the title still survives; that is, a copy of the entry in the Datchurst manorial court rolls which records her admission to the property. It is transcribed (from the Latin) below:
    Datchurst
    Court Baron held in the same place on Wednesday, the twenty first day of October in the one thousand six hundred and ninety first year of our Lord, by Thomas Weller, under steward in the same place.
    To this Court came George Petley, gent, and George Hooper junior, gent, two of the customary tenants of this manor, and surrendered into the lord's hands, by the acceptance of the aforesaid steward,
    One tenement or cottage, one barn and one orchard, and two roods of land by estimation, with the appurtenances, lying on the highway leading between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks towards the east and north, and the lands late of Francis Skeffington esquire towards the south, held by copy of the rolls of court, to the use and behoof of Mary Barber, widow, and her heirs.
    And hereupon the aforesaid Mary comes, in her own person, and seeks to be admitted to the aforesaid tenements,
    To which Mary, indeed, the lord of the aforesaid manor, through his aforesaid under-steward, granted seisin thereof by rod,
    To have and to hold to the aforenamed Mary and her heirs, at the will of the lord, according to the custom of the manor, by copy of the rolls of court, by the rent and services formerly due and of right accustomed in respect thereof.
    And she gives to the lord, as a fine, according to the custom etc.
    Fine for the same 6d                         Thomas Weller, Steward
    (Transcribed by Gillian Rickard for Geoffrey Barber, April 2014)

    Receipt for work done by William Dudson to Widow Barber's house, 1692.

    This receipt was documented in a Hildenborough local history book (Cope and Dash, 2007) and also on the Hildenborough parish council website. The original receipt has not been found despite a number of searches at the Tonbridge Library and the Kent History and Library Centre. The receipt is said to read:
    March 19th 1692: Day work dun for the widow barber in Hildenborrow for whighting the old house William Dudson 2 dayes
    Will Dudson 2 dayes
    £ 0 - 4 - 0
    £ 0 - 2 - 8
    March 24th: Day for making the great oven and hanging the furnace and building the flew
    William Dudson 4 dayes
    Will Dudson 4 dayes
    £ 0 - 8 - 0
    £ 0 - 5 - 4
    June 27th: Day for plaisering and whighting the walls of the old house and beame filling and meaning the wall of the barn
    William Dudson 2 dayes and 3 quarters
    Will Dudson 2 dayes and 3 quarters
    For building a stack of chimneys of 4 fiors [flues?]
    £ 0 - 5 - 6
    £ 0 - 3 - 8
    £ 2 - 10 - 0

    Transfer of Mary Barber's House to Son Thomas Barber, 1730.

    On 13 October 1730, two years before her death, Mary Barber transferred her house in Hildenborough to her surviving son Thomas (Richard had died in 1722) and this is documented in the court rolls for the manors of Datchurst, Lamport, Martin Abbey and Nizells, 1718-1884:
    Manor of Datchurst
    Lamport Martin
    Abbie and Nisell
    At the Court Baron of our Lord King George the Second, Lord of the aforesaid Manor, held in the same place on the twelfth day of October in the fourth year of the reign of our Lord the said King, and in the year of our Lord 1730,
    Before Thomas Freebody, gentleman, Deputy Steward of Matthew Hickeringill, esquire, Steward in the same place by the patent of the Honourable John, Earl of Leicester, Chief Steward in the same place,
    It is enrolled thus;
    Item to this Court came Mary Barber, a customary tenant of this manor of Datchurst, and in full court surrendered by rod, into the hands of the lord of the aforesaid manor, by the acceptance of his aforesaid under-steward,
    One messuage or tenement, one barn, one garden and two orchards, with the appurtenances, lying on the highway leading from Tonbridge to Sevenoaks towards the east, and with the lands late of Francis Skeffington esquire towards the south, held by an annual rent of six pence and other services,
    To the use and behoof of Thomas Barber, his heirs and assigns for ever.
    Which Thomas Barber, indeed, is present here in Court in his own person, and seeks to be admitted to the aforesaid premises, with the appurtenances,
    To whom the lord of the aforesaid manor, through his aforesaid under-steward, granted seisin thereof by rod,
    To have to you [in error for "him"], the aforenamed Thomas Barber, his heirs and assigns for ever,
    To hold of the lord, by rod, at the will of the lord, according to the custom of that manor, by the rent and services formerly due and of right accustomed in respect thereof.
    And he gives to the lord, as a fine, etc.
    And he is admitted as tenant thereof.
    And he makes fealty to the lord etc.
    By Thomas Freebody
    (Transcribed by Gillian Rickard for Geoffrey Barber, April 2014)

    Transfer of Mary Barber's House to her Grandson, Thomas Barber, 1749.

    At the Datchurst manorial court held on 12 October 1749 Thomas Barber was admitted to the Hildenborough property previously owned by his uncle and before that his grandmother, the widow Mary Barber:
    "The Homag aforesaid upon their oaths present that Thomas Barber a customary tenant of the Manor of Datchurst dyed [died] seized [possessed] of a customary messuage, garden and two orchards lying by the King's highway to the east and lands by then held of [blank] Wickenden and [blank] Whitaker to the south, held by the said manor by copy of court roll by will of the lord according to the customs of the said manor and the yearly rent of six pence. And that he Devised the same to Thomas Barber". (Transcribed by G. Barber, 2014)

    Proclamation of Great Grandson, Thomas Barber, as Heir to Mary Barber's House, 1758.

    On 19 October 1758 the Datchurst manorial court proclaimed that the infant Thomas Barber was heir to the property held by his father who died in 1755. The delay of a number of years between one tenant dying and his successor being admitted to the property was not uncommon and probably due to the courts not being held every year.
    "they present that Thomas Barber nephew of Thomas Barber since the last court dyed [died] seized of a customary messuage or tenement and a garden and two orchards lying by the highway leading from Tonbridge to Sevenoaks towards the east and to the lands of [blank] Wickenden and [blank] Whitaker to the south which he held of the said Manor by copy of court roll by will of the lord according to the customs of the said manor and the yearly rent of six pence and that Thomas Barber his son is heir. First proclamation made for Thomas Barber son of Thomas Barber to take up his copyhold estate. (Transcribed by G. Barber, 2014)

    Transfer of Mary Barber's House to her Great Grandson, Thomas Barber, under Guardianship by Elizabeth, 1764.

    On 23 October 1764 the "infant" Thomas Barber (i.e. under the age of 21 years) was admitted to the property under the guardianship of his mother Elizabeth until he is 21 years of age. It is interesting to note that the court was held at the Half Moon Inn across the road from the Barber's property.
    Manors of Datchurst Lamport Martin Abbey and Nizel
    The Court Baron of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith and Lord of the said Manor held at the house of John Galt and called or known by the name or sign of the Half Moon on the twenty third day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty four Before Francis Austen Gentleman Deputy Steward to his Grace the Duke of Dorset High Steward there
    Essoins: None
    Homage: John Children, Thomas Webb, Joseph Maynard. Sworn
    First the said Homage being sworn and charged upon their oath do present and say that Thomas Barber Infant Son and Heir of Thomas Barber deceased came into court and by Elizabeth his Mother and Guardian prayed to be admitted to all that customary messuage Tenement Guardian and two orchards lying to the Highway leading from Tonbridge to Sevenoaks towards the East and to the lands of [blank] Wickenden and later Mr Whittaker but now Eldridge to the South late his Fathers the said Thomas Barber deceased which he held by copy of court roll and yearly rent of sixpence To whom the Lord by his said Deputy Steward granted and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To have and to hold the said customary messuage or tenement garden and two orchards with the appurtenances unto the said Thomas Barber is Heirs and Assignes for ever by copy of court roll at the will of the Lord according to the custom of the said manor by the rents and services therefore due accustomed And he gave to the Lord for a fine for such his estate sixpence and fealty is respited [postponed] until the said Thomas Barber shall attain his age of twenty one years And afterwards sitting the same court the custody of the body of the said Thomas Barber the Infant as also the rents and profits of the said messuage and premises were granted and committed unto the said Elizabeth barber until the said Thomas Barber the Infant should attain his age of twenty one years She rendering to this court a just amount of the said guardianship when thereto required.
    (Transcribed by G. Barber, 2014)

    Transfer of Mary Barber's House to George Children, 1813 (Sold 1801).

    The Hildenborough property was sold in 1801 but the entry in the Datchurst manorial court roll was not made until 1813. It would appear they were fined 10 shillings each for their tardiness:
    "Also they present that at this court came Thomas Barber one of the customary tenants of the Manor of Datchurst and then and there in full and open court surrendered into the hands of the lord of the said manor by the hands and acceptance of the said Deputy Steward by the rod according to the custom of the said manor all that customary messuage or tenement garden and two orchards lying to the highway leading from Sevenoaks to Tonbridge towards the east and to the lands of [blank] Wickenden formerly Whitakers and since Eldridges and late his father Thomas Barber held of the said manor by copy of court roll and yearly rent of sixpence To the use and behoof of George Children Esq his Heirs and Assigns for ever
    - amerce the defaulters ten shillings each".
    (Transcribed by G. Barber, 2014)

    Transfer of Mary Barber's House to Edward Peckham, 1862.

    The admission of Edward Peckham to the property on the death of Thomas Peckham, the previous owner. The property was also enfranchised at this time, no longer beholden to the manor (i.e. now freehold).
    Manors of Hildenborough otherwise Datchurst, Lamport, Martin Abbey and Nizells in the Honor of Otford in the County of Kent
    Be it remembered that by Indenture made the second day of September one thousand eight hundred and sixty two Between Charles Alliston of Mancetter Lodge near Atherstone in the County of Warwick Esquire, George Alliston of Warnford Court Throgmorton Street in the City of London Esquire and Smith Spencer Wigg of Lincolns Inn in the County of Middlesex Esquire of the one part and Edward Peckham of Hildenborough in the Parish of Tonbridge in the County of Kent Carpenter of the other part For the consideration therein mentioned the said Charles Alliston George Alliston and Smith Spencer Wigg did grant release and confirm unto the said Edward Peckham (party hereto) and his heirs All that customary or copyhold messuage or tenement garden and two orchards lying to the Highway leading from Tonbridge to Sevenoaks towards the East and to land at one time of Wickenden formerly Whittakers afterwards Eldridges then of Thomas Barton [Barber] afterwards of George Children then of his Assignees and since of Thomas Peckham deceased within and holden of the Manor of Hildenborough otherwise Datchurst aforesaid at the yearly rent of six pence Together with all rights members and appurtenances To hold unto the said Edward Peckham party hereto his heirs and assigns for ever absolutely enfranchised and acquitted exonerated and for ever discharged of and from the Copyhold tenure thereof and of and from all yearly and other payments rents quit rents chief rents customary or copyhold rents fines heriots suits and services and all other or customary or copyhold payments duties services or customs whatsoever which by or according to the custom of the said Manor of Hildenborough otherwise Datchurst the said messuages or tenements and hereditaments thereby granted and released or any of them were or was or had been subject or liable to or charged or chargeable with as copyhold premises holden of or as possessed of the same Manor.
    Examined Henly Grove Smith [Steward]
    (Transcribed by G. Barber, July 2014.)

Caroline Sevena Pearce

Last Edited: 10 Aug 2016

Family:

William Hunt b. 1860, d. 1905

Child:

William George Hunt+ b. 1884, d. 1953

William George Hunt

b. 1884, d. 1953

Parents:

Father: William Hunt b. 1860, d. 1905
Mother: Caroline Sevena Pearce
Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016

Family:

Eva Carrie Phillips

Child:

Ralph Hunt+ b. 1919, d. 1999

Citations

  1. [S591] E-mails from David Hunt (e-mail address) to Geoffrey Barber, April 2016 "12 April 2016."

Eva Carrie Phillips

Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016

Family:

William George Hunt b. 1884, d. 1953

Child:

Ralph Hunt+ b. 1919, d. 1999

Ralph Hunt

b. 1919, d. 1999

Parents:

Father: William George Hunt b. 1884, d. 1953
Mother: Eva Carrie Phillips
Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016
  • Birth*: Ralph Hunt was born in 1919 at England.
  • He was the son of William George Hunt and Eva Carrie Phillips.
  • Anecdote*: Ralph was educated at Usk Agricultural College and worked in many places as a poultry manager before settling at Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan. They had a bungalow and some land there that had been left to Ralph's father by his father.1
  • Marriage*: Ralph Hunt married an unknown person in 1946 at Daventry, Northamptonshire, England.1
  • Death*: Ralph Hunt died in 1999 at England.

Citations

  1. [S591] E-mails from David Hunt (e-mail address) to Geoffrey Barber, April 2016 "12 April 2016."

John Perry

d. 1879
Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016

Family:

Elizabeth Hunt b. 11 Mar 1838, d. 1905

Children:

Frances Rebecca Perry

b. 1875

Parents:

Father: John Perry d. 1879
Mother: Elizabeth Hunt b. 11 Mar 1838, d. 1905
Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016

John David Perry

b. 1877

Parents:

Father: John Perry d. 1879
Mother: Elizabeth Hunt b. 11 Mar 1838, d. 1905
Last Edited: 13 Apr 2016

Richard Verrall

b. circa 1685
Last Edited: 19 May 2020

Family:

Mary (?)

Children:

Edward Verrall+ b. c 1710, d. 1780
John Verrall+ b. 27 May 1711, d. 1778
Elizabeth Verrall+ b. 18 Aug 1714
Richard Verrall+ b. 10 Mar 1716/17, d. 1783
Thomas Verrall b. c 1719, d. 1766

Mary (?)

Last Edited: 19 May 2020

Family:

Richard Verrall b. c 1685

Children:

Edward Verrall+ b. c 1710, d. 1780
John Verrall+ b. 27 May 1711, d. 1778
Elizabeth Verrall+ b. 18 Aug 1714
Richard Verrall+ b. 10 Mar 1716/17, d. 1783
Thomas Verrall b. c 1719, d. 1766

Richard Verrall

b. 10 March 1716/17, d. 1783

Parents:

Father: Richard Verrall b. c 1685
Mother: Mary (?)
Last Edited: 11 Jun 2020

Family:

Mary Marden

Children:

Ann Verrall+ b. 30 Mar 1741, d. 1825
John Verrall+ b. 19 Feb 1742/43
William Verrall b. 13 Jun 1747, d. 1748
Thomas Verrall+ b. 26 Mar 1748
William Verrall b. 30 Jan 1752
Martha Verrall b. 5 Jun 1756, d. Dec 1756
Martha Verrall b. 2 Jul 1758

Citations

  1. [S23] Online Index to Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.
  3. [S889] Will of Thomas Verrall of Exceat, Sussex, England, made 1 Jan 1766, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes, 28 Jan 1766. (ESRO: PBT/1/1/61/291A).
  4. [S25] Online Index to Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.uk/, ongoing project,.

Mary Marden

Last Edited: 11 Jun 2020

Family:

Richard Verrall b. 10 Mar 1716/17, d. 1783

Children:

Ann Verrall+ b. 30 Mar 1741, d. 1825
John Verrall+ b. 19 Feb 1742/43
William Verrall b. 13 Jun 1747, d. 1748
Thomas Verrall+ b. 26 Mar 1748
William Verrall b. 30 Jan 1752
Martha Verrall b. 5 Jun 1756, d. Dec 1756
Martha Verrall b. 2 Jul 1758

Citations

  1. [S24] Index to Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.