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1830 List of Inhabitants


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THE INHABITANTS OF NEWPORT, ESSEX, IN 1830

as recorded by the Revd. Edward Gould Monk, vicar of Newport 1828-1850

in two little leather bound books (now in private hands), with notes he made in 1841

Here is an Index to Surnames

NOTES. A further column in the original books headed ‘Uses Family Devotion, has a Bible or Prayer Book’ has been omitted, as Mr Monk did not use it.

Transcription is as exact as possible; transcriber’s notes are in italic.Lines crossing through text are as in the original.

* Entries with this mark were found at the end of the second book, under ‘Omissions’ or ‘Additions & Alterations since July 1830’.

House no.

Names of Inhabitants

Occupation

When Born

[Age &] General Health

Attends Church and Sacrament

Attends other Service

Reads, Writes,
or goes to School

Observations

1

Joseph Webster

Shortgrove Under Gardener

1806

24

C

Ann Webster

his wife

1805

25

C

2

Richard Sturkey

Farmer

1786

44

C

Margaret Sturkey

his wife

1792

38

C & S

Ann Sturkey

- mother

1756

74

C & S

John Sturkey

son

1822

8

C

S

Richard Sturkey

son

1830

Elizabeth Saville

servant

1813

17

C

3

James Carter

Labourer

1775

55

C

Carter

his wife

1778

52

C

Richard Carter

son

1815

15

C

Thos Carter

son

1818

12

C

Martha Carter

daughter

1820

10

C

4

John Spencer

Formerly servant to Mr Smith of Shortgrove

1770

60

C & S

Mary Spencer

wife

1783

47

C & S

Joseph Spencer

son

1820

10

C

S

5

Henry Searle

Labourer

1785

45

C

Fanny Searle

wife

1790

40

C

6

John Gayford

Farmer

1764

66 Infirm

C & S

William Gayford

his brother

1768

62

John Gayford

grandson

1823

7

C

S

Dudley Gayford

son

1800

30

C

Maryann Gayford

daughter

1804

26

C

Louiza Gayford

daughter

1809

21

C

Marcellina Gayford

daughter

1814

16

C

William Reed

servant

1802

28

C

Robert Clark

servant

1814

16

C

7

Margaret Marking

Innkeeper

1775

55

C

William Midcalf

Farmer

1780

50

C

Barzillia Barrett

Ostler

1803

27

C

Lima Barrett

his wife

1804

26

C

Maria Chipperfield

widow, daughter of Margt. Marking

1798

32

C

William Belsham

Margt. Marking’s son by former marriage

1806

24

C

Louiza Belsham

daughter by Do.

1808

22

C

8

Thomas Skipper

Farmer

1763

67

C

Mary Skipper

his wife

1765

65

C

James Lilly

Farmer

1803

27

C

David Skipper

Farmer

1803

27

C

Lydia Skipper

daughter to Thomas Skipper

1810

20

C

James Searle

servant

1811

19

C

William Brooks

servant

1814

16

C

9

Thomas Brand

Blacksmith

1798

32

C

Susanah Brand

his wife

1799

31

C

Ann Smithson

not related to them

1771

59

C regularly

John Carter

apprentice

1814

16

C

John Brand

nephew

1817

13

C

S

Ellen Leeman

not related to them

1823

7

C

S

10

Mr Ward

Gentleman

C & S regularly

Mrs Ward

his wife

infirm

Miss Ward

his daughter

C & S regularly

Francis Ward

his son

1819

11

C

S

Mary Reed

servant

C

     Blackaby

servant

C

11

Samuel Saville

Labourer

1790

40

C

Lucy Saville

his wife

1793

37

C formerly

Meeting of Wesleyan methodists at a barn in the parish regularly

Charlotte Saville

daughter

1817

13

C

S

Louiza Saville

daughter

1822

8

C

S

Maryann Saville

his daughter

1824

6

12

Sarah Cakebread

pauper widow

1754

76, Infirm

C

13

James Hesler

Taylor

1793

37

C

Elizabeth Hesler

his wife

1796

34

C

14

William Byatt

Labourer

1805

25

C

Ann Byatt

wife

1793

37

Wesleyan

Charles Mead

son of A. Byatt by a former marriage

C

Joseph Sparkes

Illegitimate son of A. Byatt

1829

1

15

Henry Buck

Shoemaker

1800

30

C

Sarah Buck

wife

1802

28

C

Charles Buck

his son

1828

2

C

16

John Debnam

Inn keeper & carpenter

1780

50

C

John Debnam

his nephew

1816

14

C

Mary Dennison

Housekeeper

1796

34

C

17

Joseph Gayler

Furrier [Farrier?]

1790

40

C

Susannah Gayler

his mother

1760

70, Infirm

C

Susannah Gayler

his daughter

1814

16

C

Henry Gayler

his son       )

1819

11

C

S

Mary Gayler

daughter      )

1819

11

C

S

18

James Byatt

Labourer

1770

60

C

Mary Byatt

wife

1772

58

W

Rebecca Byatt

daughter

1806

24

C

19

Daniel Miller

Farmer

1760

70

C

  Miller

wife

1747

83

C

20

James Clark

Blacksmith

1804

26

C

Martha Clark

wife

1805

25

C

*Mary Clark

1830

21

William Reed

Thatcher

1781

49

C

22

Ann Gayler

Shopkeeper & spinner

1781

49

C

Hannah Gayler

her sister

1785

45

C

23

Charles Hawkes

Butcher

1794

36

C

Sarah Hawkes

his wife

1800

30

C

Joseph Parish illegitimate

son of S. Hawkes

1821

9

C

S

24

John Mead

Keeper of the House of Correction

1789

41

C

Ann Mead

his wife

1787

43

C & S

Ann Mead

daughter

1814

16

C

William Monk

nephew

1817

13

C

S

Louiza Monk

niece

1813

17, Infirm & disabled

C

William Harris

nephew

1827

3

C

25

Steward Andrews

Cornfactor

1776

54

C

Sophia Andrews

his wife

1780

50

C

26

John Lilly

Painter

1790

40

C

Ann Lilly

his wife

1791

39

I

Susannah Lilly

daughter

1822

8

C

S

Eliza Lilly

daughter

1826

4

C

S

Elizabeth Lilly

daughter

1829

1

C

27

Mr William Bell

Gentleman:- son of the late Vicar

1788

42

C S

Elizabeth Bell

his wife

1783

47

C S

Elizabeth Bray

servant

1774

56

C

28

John Buck

Labourer

1787

43

C

Mary Buck

his wife

1798

32

C

Wm Sutton senr

his wife’s Father

1761

69

C

Susannah Buck

his daughter

1826

4

C

S

Lucy Buck

daughter

1828

2

C

Wm Sutton junr

his wife’s brother

1808

22

C

29

Chas. Bailey

Shoemaker & Parish Clerk

1794

36

C S

[Scribbled note (?in different hand):] Was Married in Augst 1815 then dated himself 24[or 26] years of Age [no Bailey in transcript of Marriages for 1815]

Lucy Bailey

his wife

1798

32

C

Joseph Bailey

his son

1817

13

C

S

Jane Bailey

his daughter

1819

11

C

S

Frederick Bailey

his son

1821

9

C

S

Rose Bailey

daughter

1824

6

C

S

Chas. Bailey

son

1827

3

C

S

Edwd. Bailey

son

1829

1

C

30

Joseph Reed

Labourer

1771

59

C

Mary Reed

his wife

1773

57

C

Cecilia Denton

not related to them

1827

3

C

31

Jas. Willey

Wheelwright

1803

27

C

Rachel Willey

his wife

1805

25

C

Thos. Smith

Hairdresser

1800

30

C

George Willey

his son

1829

1

C

Amelia Hall

Servant

1815

15

C

Charles Willey

his brother:- journeyman wheelwright

1809

21

C

32

Samuel Lampkin

Carrier

1789

41 bad

W

Elizabeth Lampkin

his wife

1792

38 Lame

C

Sarah Lampkin

his daughter

1816

14

C

Thos Lampkin

his son

1818

12

C

Willm. Lampkin

son

1820

10

C

S

Edwd. Lampkin

son

1820

10

C

S

John Lampkin

son

1822

8

C

S

Elizabeth Lampkin

his daughter

1824

6

C

Samuel Lampkin

son

1826

4

C

Susannah Lampkin

daughter

1828

2

C

33

James Bush

Comber:- works at Gurson’s

1776

54

I

Susannah Bush

his wife

1772

58

I

Died in June 1830

James Bush

son

1810

20

I

Susannah Bush

daughter

1812

18

I

*    Bush

grandson to James Bush

1827

3

34

Joseph Searle

Labourer

1802

28

IW

Hannah Searle

his wife

1804

26

IW

John Searle

son

1823

7

IW

Mary Searle

his daughter

1825

5

I

Joseph Searle

son

1827

3

I

35

Willm. Wright

Labourer

1796

34

C

Mary Wright

his wife

1798

32

C

John Wright

son

1822

8

C

S

James Wright

son

1824

6

C

Mary Wright

daughter

1827

3

C

Joseph Wright

son

1829

1

C

36

Sarah Clarke

Widow:- Washerwoman

1778

52

IW

Joseph Pitty

her son in law: Blacksmith

1798

32

I

Joseph Clarke

her son

1809

21

C

Sarah Clarke

daughter

1817

13

I

Catherine Pitty

her granddaughter

1824

6

I

S

37

Robert Brooks

Comber:- works at Gurson’s

1792

38

IW

Mary Brooks

his wife

1792

38

IW

Thos. Brooks

son

1814

16

IW

Robert Brooks

son

1817

13

IW

Susannah Brooks

daughter

1819

11

IW

38

Willm. Skinner

Labourer

1776

54

C

Elizabeth Skinner

his wife

1777

53

C

39

Robert Turner

Tallow chandler: works at Mr Gurson’s

1803

27

IW

Charlotte Turner

his wife

1804

26

IW

John Turner

his son

1826

4

IW

Hannah Turner

daughter

1827

3

Died in June 1830

40

Ann Mallibrass

Mantua maker

1808

22

C

41

Willm. Gayler

Labourer

1769

61

C

Elizabeth Gayler

his wife

1770

60

C

Charles Barker

not related to them Illegitimate son of [blank]

1822

8

C

S

John Gayler

their son

1802

28

C

Henry Gayler

son

1811

19

C

Lucy Gayler

their gran’daughter

1819

11

C

S

42

Willm. Johns

Painter

1803

27

C

Ann Johns

his wife

1805

25

C

43

Benjamin Gurson

Shopkeeper

1789

41

I

Elizabeth Gurson

his wife

1803

27

I

Elizabeth Gurson

his daughter

I

Eulalia Gurson

daughter

I

George Duke

Shopman

1803

27

Left in 1830.  – Nind grandson to late Benjm. Nind has taken his place

Samuel Gurson

his brother: & shopman

1807

23

I

John Lyon

Shopman

I

Ann Burgess

servant

I

44

Henry Brook

Surgeon & apothecary

1790

40

C

Mary Brook

his wife

1793

37

C

Richard Brook

their son

1816

14

C

S

Sarah Frances Brook

their daughter

1818

12

C

S

Louisa Maria Brook

daughter

1820

10

C

S

45

Willm. Hesler

Taylor

1766

64

C

Sarah Hesler

his sister

1780

50

C

Benjamin Hesler

his son: Journeyman

1806

24

C

46

Elizabeth Parratt

Baker

1790

40

C

Elizabeth Hart

the former occupant

1756

74

Left in 1830

James Parratt

her son

1804

26

C

Thomas Parratt

son

1810

20

C

Charles Parratt

son

1814

16

gone away apprenticed

Elizabeth Parratt

daughter

1820

10

C

S

George Mannell

1790

40

C

Left

47

Thos. Gagger

Blacksmith

1758

72

C

Elizabeth Gagger

his wife

1767

66[sic]

C

John Beckwith

Apprentice

1814

10[sic]

C

Willm. Allen

Journeyman Blacksmith

1780

50

C

48

Mrs Birch

Widow of the late Rector of Widdington

C & S regularly

John Smith

Servant

1793

37

C S

Constance Smith

Servant

1782

48

C S

49

James Brook

Surgeon

1786

44

C

50

Robert Hubboard

Exciseman

1782

48

C

Susannah Hubboard

his wife

1782

48

C

Robert Hubboard

their son

1810

20

C

Susannah Hubboard

daughter

1814

16

C

51

James Johns Senior

Shoemaker

1768

62

C

Ann Johns

his wife

1765

65

C

Amelia Johns

their daughter

1808

22

C

Lives as a servant with Mrs Bittleson

52

George Fennell

Innkeeper

1770

60

C

Susannah Fennell

his wife

1773

57

C

George Fennell

their son

1802

28

C

Willm. Fennell

son

1804

26

C

Ann Fennell

daughter

1808

22

C

Mary Fennell

daughter

1811

19

C

Samuel Fennell

son

1813

17

C

53

Thos. Brook

Surgeon

C

Clara Brook

his wife

C

Thomas Brook

his son (illegitimate)

1810

20

C

Mary Byatt

Servant

1804

26

Gone to London

54

Frances Cleaver

a widow

1747

83

I

Mary Hayden

Servant

1770

60

I

Martha Thurgood

Servant

1803

27

I

55

George Chipperfield

Shopkeeper

C

Frances Chipperfield

his sister

I

Robert Cato

Shopman

1803

27

I

Thos. Wakefield

Shopman

1811

19

I

Susannah Eldred

Servant

1809

21

I

56

Joseph Living

Farmer

1776

54

I

Susannah Living

his wife

1791

39

I

Joseph Living

their son

1813

17

I

Susannah Living

their daughter

1814

16

I

Ann Living

daughter

1817

13

I

S

Thomas Living

son

1818

12

C

I

S

Godsell Living

son

1819

11

C

I

S

George Living

son

1823

7

I

S

Obadiah Living

their son

1825

5

I

S

Mary Living

daughter

1826

4

I

S

Robert Living

son

1827

3

I

57

Joseph Newell

Sadler

1780

50

I

Susannah Newell

wife

1776

54

I

Samuel Newell

their son

1814

16

I

Joseph Newell

son

1816

14

C

S

Susannah Newell

daughter

1819

11

I

S

Mary Newell

their daughter

1821

9

I

S

Benjamin Newell

son

1823

7

I

S

Susannah Bush

servant

1814

16

I

58

Rebecca Sennett

Wife of Sennett a sea-faring man

1794

36

C

Francis Sennett

their son

1818

12

C

Caroline Sennett

daughter

1820

10

C

S

Eliza Sennett

daughter

1825

5

C

S

George Sennett

son

1827

3

C

Joseph Sennett

son

1829

1

C

59

Richard List

Labourer

1793

37

C

Sarah List

his wife

1790

40

C

60

Willm. Pryor

Labourer

1777

53

C

Sarah Pryor

his wife

1780

50

I

Joseph Pryor

their son - Mr Ward’s servant

1819
[sic]

21[sic]

C

Mary Pryor

their daughter

1817

13

Mrs Learden

widow of – Learden both formerly in service at Debden Hall

C S

Gone to London

61

Michael Trott

Bricklayer

1786

44

C

Grace Trott

his wife

1789

41

C S formerly

Willm. Trott

their son

1816

14

C

Thos. Trott

their son

1818

12

C

Philip Trott

son

1821

9

C

S

Eliza Trott

daughter

1823

7

C

S

Sarah Trott

daughter

1825

5

C

62

James Newell

Sadler

1790

40

I

Rachel Newell

wife

1793

37

I

Ann Newell

their daughter

1823

7

I

S

63

Empty

64

John Buck

Labourer

1806

24

C

Mary Buck

his wife

1808

22

C

65

Willm. King

Labourer

1798

32

C

Ann King

wife

1800

30

C

Eliza King

their daughter

1822

8

C

S

Edward King

son

1824

6

C

S

Louiza King

daughter

1827

3

66

Thos. Kidman

Carpenter works at Audley End

1770

60

C

Ann Kidman

his wife

1780

50

C

Maryann Kidman

their daughter

1816

14

C

Louis Kidman

their son

1820

10

C

S

Edward Gayler

Labourer

1800

30

C

Caroline Gayler

wife

1800

30

C

67

Willm. Frances

Labourer

1795

35

C

Ann Frances

his wife

1797

33

C

George Frances

their son

1828

2

C

68

Symon King

Labourer

1794

36

C

Martha King

his wife

1795

35

C

James King

their son

1816

14

C

John King

their son

1818

12

C

Martha King

their daughter

1820

10

C

Willm. King

son

1822

8

C

Charles King

son

1824

6

C

Rebecca King

their daughter

1826

4

C

Elizabeth King

their daughter

1828

2

C

[(in different hand:] could not find this Baptism 1861 August 4th

69

James Harvey

Mr Living’s Shepherd

1794

36

C

Sarah Harvey

his daughter

1815

15

C

George Harvey

son

1817

13

C

Eliza Harvey

daughter

1819

11

C

S

Susannah Harvey

daughter

1822

8

C

Emma Harvey

daughter

1826

4

C

70

Edward Gayler

1800

Caroline Gayler

18

71

John Frances

Labourer

1762

68

C

Sarah Frances

his wife

1767

63

C

George Frances

their son

1803

27

C

Richard Sell

Shoemaker

1809

21

C

Left this lodging. This young man is the son of Joseph & Lucy Sell see below No. 141. In 1829 he was confined for 1 month at Chelmsford for forgery.

72

John Gayler

Labourer

1790

40

C

Martha Gayler

his wife

1789

41

C

Willm. Gayler

their son

1815

15

C

James Gayler

son

1818

12

C

John Gayler

son

1820

10

C

S

Joseph Gayler

son

1822

8

C

Sarah Gayler

their daughter

1824

6

C

Elizabeth Gayler

daughter

1828

2

C

Rewben Gayler

their son

1829

1

C

73

Empty

74

John Hopkins

preacher at the Independent Meeting House

1770

60

I

Jane Hopkins

his wife

1773

57

I

Lydia Hopkins

his daughter

1804

26

I

Mary Eaton

servant

1805

25

I

75

   Wombell

widow

1760

70

I

Mary Wombell

her daughter

1800

30

I

76

Willm. Mashatt

formerly a wheelwright

1772

58

C

Susannah Mashatt

his wife

1774

56

C

George Mashatt

his brother

1769

61

C

77

Thos Wilson

1750

80

Died June 1830

Mary Wilson

his wife

1755

75

Quakeress

George Wilson

their son

1803

27

C

Jane Wilson

daughter

1805

25

C

78

Willm. Thompson

Cooper

1787

43

C

Sarah Thompson

his wife

1788

42

I

Alfred Thompson

their son

1818

12

C

S

Thos Tompson

their son

1822

8

C

S

Peter Tompson

son

1828

2

79

James Johns junr.

Shoemaker

1798

32

C

Sarah Johns

his wife

1796

34

C

Josiah Richardson

apprentice

1801

29

C

Willm Bush

apprentice

1816

14

C

Charles Johns

their son

1821

9

C

S

Maryann Johns

daughter

1822

8

C

S

Eliza Johns

daughter

1823

7

C

S

James Johns

son

1825

5

C

Emma Johns     )

their daughter

1827

3

C

Rebecca Johns  )

daughter

1827

3

C

80

Thomas Probert Esq.

C

Anne Probert

his wife

C S

Rebecca Bocock

her maid

C S

James Donolly

Footman

C

[in pencil] 4(?)

[in pencil] Cook and other maids

C S

81

Isabella Bailey

Schoolmistress, a widow

1774

56

C S

Isabella Bailey

her daughter

1803

27

C

Ann Hayden

Servant

1814

16

C

82

Willm Dearle

Baker

1800

30

C

Matilda Dearle

his wife

weak

C

Jane Matilda Dearle

their daughter

1826

4

C

S

Frederick Styles

apprentice

1814

16

C

Charles Atkinson

Journeyman

1796

34

C

Ann Moore

Servant

1811

19

C

83

Joseph Searle

Shoemaker

1785

45

I

Sarah Searle

his wife

1796

34

I

Joseph Searle

his father

1754

76

I

Willm. Searle

their son

1806

24

I

Lydia Searle

their daughter

1816

14

I

S

Nathaniel Searle

their son

1818

12

C

S

George Searle

their son

1824

6

I

Philip Searle

son

1826

4

I

84

Joseph Wedd

Carpenter

1800

30

I

Lydia Wedd

his wife

1801

29

I

Susan Thurgood

Servant

1814

16

I

Peter Wedd

their son

1824

6

I

Willm. Wedd

son

1826

4

I

Edwd. Baker

apprentice

1812

18

C

George Jackson

apprentice

1815

15

C

An Arkesden boy, brought up at the Grammar School of Newport

85

Thos. Mascall

Innkeeper & Butcher

1794

36

C

Elizabeth Mascall

his wife

1796

34

C

Emma Mascall

his niece

1814

16

C

Susannah Mascall

niece

1817

13

C

John Mascall

their son

1815

15

C

Mary Mascall

daughter

1818

12

C

S

Ellen Mascall

daughter

1824

6

C

S

Thos. Mascall

son

1827

3

C

86

Willm. Baines

Labourer

1800

30

C

Susannah Baines

his wife

1804

26

C

John Archer

Comber at Mr Gurson’s - lodges here

1760

70

C

Mary Buck

a grandaughter of P. Buck junr. Farmer, lodges here

1828

2

C

Maryann Bains

their daughter

1826

4

C

James Baines

son

1828

2

C

Ellen Baines

daughter

1829

1

C

87

Ambrose Debnam

Taylor

1792

38

C

Elizabeth Cakebread

Pauper widow, goes to work

1755

75

C S not often

Maryann Debnam

his daughter

1816

14

C

S

John Debnam

his son

1818

12

C

S

88

Willm. Rannow

Gingerbread Baker

1760

70

C S

  Rannow

his wife

1763

67

C S

Tryphosa Rannow

their daughter, servant at Trott’s

1806

24

C

89

Willm. Trott

Bricklayer

1780

50

C

Pritchard Trott

his wife

1781

49, infirm

C S, formerly

90

Willm. Patman

Labourer

1770

60

C

Ann Patman

his wife

1771

59

I W

Robert Patman

their son, Shoemaker

1797

33

I W

Rachel Patman

wife of Robert

1800

30

I W

91

Joseph Saville

Bricklayer

1796

34

C

Susannah Saville

his wife

1796

34

C

Louiza Saville

their daughter

1818

12

C

S

Willm. Saville

son

1820

10

C

S

James Saville

son

1822

8

C

S

John Saville

son

1824

6

C

Sarah Saville

daughter

1828

2

C

92

Rebecca Cain

Washerwoman

C

Reuben Gayler

her son in law

C

Jane Gayler

her daughter, wife of Reuben

C

William Cain

her nephew

1818

12

C

S

James Cain

her son, illegte.

1819

11

C

S

Reuben Gayler

her grandson, son of Reuben & Jane

1825

5

C

Thomas Gayler

grandson

1826

4

C

Maryann Gayler

grandson [sic]

1828

2

C

Frederick Gayler

grandson

1829

1

C

93

Alexander Archer

Labourer

1794

36

C

Ann Archer

his wife

1795

35

C

Elizabeth Archer

his mother

1770

60

C

Eliza Archer

their daughter

1822

8

C

Jane Archer

daughter

1824

6

C

Mercy Archer

daughter

1826

4

C

Alexander Archer

son

1828

2

C

94

Willm. Trott Senior

Farmer

1762

68

C

   Trott

his wife

1760

70

I

95

Charles Gayler

Labourer

C

Sarah Gayler

his wife

C

John Gayler

their son

1817

13

C

Charles Gayler

son

1820

10

C

Benjamin Gayler

son

1822

8

C

S

David Gayler

son

1824

6

C

S

Edwd. Gayler

son

1827

3

C

Isaac Gayler

son

1829

1

C

96

Jeremiah Searle

Labourer

1790

40

C

Sarah Searle

his wife

1792

38

C

Sarah Searle

their daughter

1814

16

C

Agnes Searle

their daughter

1821

19 [sic]

C

97

Sarah Parish

Pauper: widow

1755

75, infirm

I

98

Philip Buck junior

Farmer

1778

52

C, S formerly

Ann Buck

his wife

1778

52

C

Elizabeth Jackson

Servant

1814

16

Left

*John Buck

son  of P. & A. Buck

1815

15

C

*Louisa Buck

dr.

1817

13

C

S

*William Buck

son

1819

11

C

S

*Elizth Buck

dr.

1822

8

C

S

99

Susannah Patman

Pauper: widow: goes to work

1759

71

C

Samuel Sell

Servant

1815

15

C

[not clear whether belongs here or under no. 98]

*James Sell

grandson of S. Patman

1811

19

C

*Robert Sell

grandson -

1813

17

C

100

James Boon

Labourer

1770

60

I W

Susannah Boon

his wife

1769

61

I W

James Ward

his wife’s brother

1772

58

C

101

Willm. Cook

Labourer

1792

38

C

Mary Cook

his wife

1788

42

C

Joseph Cook

their son

1818

12

C

Charles Cook

son

1820

10

C

S

Willm. Cook

son

1823

7

C

Harriot Cook

daughter

1826

4

C

102

Willm. Harvey

Labourer

1796

34

C

Jane Harvey

his wife

1798

32

C

Charles Harvey

their son

1824

6

C

Allen Harvey

their son

1826

4

C

Ellen Harvey

daughter

1829

1

C

103

Jane Hollingsworth

Widow

1775

55

I

Jane Hollingsworth

her daughter

1808

22

C

Peter Hollingsworth

son

1813

17

C

Elizabeth Hollingsworth

daughter

1818

12

C

S

104

Willm. Wright

Labourer

1765

65

C

Ann Wright

wife

1765

65, infirm

C

George Wright

their son

1806

24

C

105

John Cann

Bricklayer

1800

30

C

Martha Cann

his wife

1800

30

C

Amey Cann

their daughter

1818

12

C

Sarah Cann

daughter

1820

10

C

S

Elijah Cann

son

1825

5

C

Martha Cann

daughter

1829

1

C

106

John Saville

Labourer

1756

74

C

Susannah Monk

his sister in law

1761

69

C

Nathaniel Ward

1754

76

Left in July 1830. Belongs to Widdington.

107

Willm. White

Formerly a miller at Wenden

1750

80

C S

Ann White

his wife

1757

73

C S

Mary Saggers

his wife’s sister

1754

76

C

108

Ann Mead

Pauper: widow:

1796

32

C

Elizabeth Mead

her daughter

1816

14

C

Wm. Mead

son

1823

7

C

S

Rebekkah Mead

daughter

C

S

Thos. Mead

son

1825

5

C

S

*Thos Townsend

nephew of Ann Mead

1830

109

Ormes Mascall

Inn keeper & Butcher

1754

76

C

Mary Woodcock

his grandaughter

1814

16

C

Jane Mascall

grandaughter

1819

11

C

110

Charles Debnam

Watchmaker

1795

35

I

Ann Debnam

his wife

1797

33

I

Chas. Debnam

their son

1829

1

I

111

Henry Beckwith

Blacksmith

1790

40

C

Martha Beckwith

his wife

1791

39

C

Lucy Beckwith

their daughter

1811

19

C

Henry Beckwith

son

1817

13

C

Eliza Beckwith

daughter

1820

10

C

S

Edwd. Beckwith

son

1827

3

C

112

George Harvey

Labourer

1805

25

C

Mary Harvey

his wife

1807

23

C

113

James Francis

Labourer

1793

37

C

Ann Francis

his wife

1794

36

C

Wm. Francis

their son

1826

4

C

114

Mary Ware

Pauper: wife of James Ware transported

1803

27

C

Wife of James Ware transported in 1829 for theft

Jemimah Ware

her daughter

1821

9

C

Mary Ann Ware

daughter

1822

8

C

Sarah Ware

daughter

1824

6

C

Jas. Ware

son

1826

4

C

Chas. Ware

her son

1829

1

C

115

George Harvey

Labourer

1796

34

C

Maria Harvey

his wife

1798

32

C

Susannah Harvey

their daughter

1818

12

C

Elizth. Harvey

daughter

1820

10

C

Jane Harvey

daughter

1822

8

C

Jas. Harvey

son

1824

6

C

John Harvey

son

1826

4

C

Wm. Harvey

son

1828

2

C

Henry Harvey

son

1829

1

C

116

Jas. Harvey

Labourer

27

C

Mary Harvey

wife

C

Susannah Harvey

daughter

1821

9

C

S

Mary Harvey

daughter

1822

8

C

S

Martha Harvey

daughter

1824

6

C

Lydia Harvey

daughter

1826

4

C

Richd. Harvey

son

1828

2

C

117

Jas. Warwick

Labourer

1775

55

IW

Elizth. Warwick

wife

1777

53

IW

John Warwick

son

1810

20

IW

Jas. Warwick

their son

1814

16

Isaac Warwick

son

1818

12

Wm. Warwick

son

1820

10

C

Joseph Warwick

son

1823

7

C

118

Robert Debnam

Journeyman Carpenter

1794

36

C

Augusta Debnam

wife

1797

33

C

Elizth. Debnam

daughter

1822

8

C

Wm. Debnam

son

1824

6

C

Robt. Debnam

son

1827

3

C

Joseph Debnam

son

1829

1

C

119

James Clark

Mrs Cleaver’s Coachman

1786

44

I

Sarah Clark

his wife

1783

47

I

Elizabeth Clark

daughter

1813

17

I

Sarah Clark

daughter

1822

8

I

120

Julia Clark

Pauper: widow

1780

50

C

Henry List

formerly a soldier

1782

48

C

David Clark

her son

1816

14

C

Joseph Clark

son

1818

12

Martha Clark

daughter

1819

11

S

Elizabeth Clark)

her daughter

1823

7

S

Chas. Clark    )

son

1823

7

Ss

121

Willm. Pisford

Bricklayer

1792

38

C

Orpha Pisford

wife

1790

40

C & S

Frances Pisford

daughter

1819

11

C

S

Charles Pisford

son

1822

8

C

S

George Pisford

son

1826

4

John Pisford

son

1830

0

122

James Saville

Labourer

1792

38

C

Ann Saville

wife

1797

33

C

Martha Saville

Joseph Saville

C

S

Susannah Saville

Maryann Saville

Esther Saville

Emma Saville

1830

0

123

Susannah Cowell

Widow: goes to work

1783

47

Belongs to Wimbish parish

Willm. Saville

Labourer

1784

46

C

Rebecca Cowell

daughter

1803

27

C

Eliza Cowell

daughter

1814

16

C

Servant at Mr P. Buck’s Farmer in Aug. 1830

Martha Cowell

daughter

1818

12

S

124

Thos Reynolds

Labourer

1780

50

I & W

Willm. Cooper)

Comber: out of work

1761

69

I

Mary Cooper  )

wife of William

1781

49

I

Stephen Reynolds

son

1811

19

C

John Reynolds

son

1813

17

C

Daniel Reynolds

son

1815

15

C

Joshua Reynolds

son

1820

10

C

S

John Turner

illegitimate son of John Turner & [?]Jn. [?]Magden

1828

2

125

George Reynolds

Labourer

1794

36

C

Susannah Reynolds

wife

1796

34

C

Ann Harris

Carrier: pauper widow:

1764

66

C & S

126

John Muggin

Labourer

1806

24

I

Elizabeth Muggin

his wife

1807

23

I

127

Edwd. Boon

coal carrier

1774

56

C

Martha Boon

wife

1775

55

C

Richard Boon

son

1802

28

C

James Boon

son

1813

17

C

128

Joshua Searle

Carrier

1766

64

I

Martha Searle

wife

1768

62

I

Ruth Searle

daughter

1802

28

I

Isaac Searle

son

1804

26

I

Stephen Searle

son

1814

16

I

129

The Vicar

and

Family

130

Miss Susannah Brand

Maiden lady

1750

80

Louisa Skinner

servant

1810

20

C

Harriot Skinner

servant

1813

17

C

131

James Day

Carpenter

1790

40

C

Jane Day

wife

1780

50

C & S

Willm. Day

son

1812

18

C

132

Sophia Rist

Widow

1785

45

C

[Note in different hand:] Mrs Rist died in 1848 aged 74, she was therefore born in 1776 [sic]

133

Hannah Day

Widow: mother of James (has rec’d parish relief)

1765

65

C & S

134

Thos Sapseed

Malster to Mr Clark of Wicken

1793

37

C

Mary Sapseed

wife

1792

38

C & S

Amelia Sapseed

daughter

1818

12

C

S

Rachel Sapseed

daughter

1819

11

C

S

Rebecca Sapseed

daughter

1828

2

Sarah Buck

niece

1820

10

C

S

135

John Searle

under gardener at Shortgrove

1781

49

C

Mary Searle

wife

1783

47

C

Alice Hardwick

niece

1818

12

C

S

136

Mrs Jane Mark

Removed to another house in July 1830. See below No. 183.

Anne Mark

Jane Mark

Elizabeth Mark

1821

9

*Ann Bittlestone

C

*Alfred

1821

9

C

S

*Chas

1823

7

C

S

*2 more children (girls)

137

James Coiston

Labourer

1787

43

C

Ann Coiston

wife

C

Willm. Coiston

son

1823

7

S

Charles Coiston

son

1825

5

Joseph Coiston

son

1827

3

*Jas Sawkins

Mr Gayford’s Shepherd

53

C

138

James Gayler

Labourer

1793

37

C

Susannah Gayler

wife

1794

36

C

Willm. Gayler

son

1815

15

C

Hannah Gayler

daughter

1817

13

C

S

Thos. Townsend

1829

1

Removed to No. 108 see omission

139

Catherine Mead

Pauper: widow

1758

72

C & S

140

Susannah Baines

widow

1778

52 very bad

C

Belongs to Widdington

Robert Monk

Carpenter

1791

39

C

Thos. Taylor

Higgler

1801

29

Left Newport

James Wright

Labourer

1807

23

C

Thos. Baines

her son

1808

22

C

Rebecca Baines

daughter

1810

20

C

Richard Baines

son

1817

13

C

S

141

Joseph Sell

Labourer

1782

48

C

W

Lucy Sell

wife

1784

46

C

Mary Sell

daughter

1818

12

I

S

Jane Sell

daughter

1820

10

I

S

John Sell

son

1822

8

C

Matilda Sell

daughter

1823

7

C

Moses Sell

son

1825

5

Mahala Sell

daughter

1827

3

Eulalia Sell

daughter

1830

0

142

Mary Searle

Widow

1765

65

C

Mary Searle

her grandaughter

1820

10

C

S

Jeremiah Searle

her son

1800

30

C

James Searle

son

1804

26

C

143

Elizabeth Gapes

goes to work out of doors

1775

55

C

James Carter

Labourer

1802

28

C

Willm. Gapes

her son

1817

13

C

144

Robert Crane

Labourer

1796

34

C

Sarah Crane

wife

1797

33

C

Sarah Cakebread

her daughter by 1st husband

1817

13

C

S

Mary Cakebread

her daughter by 1st husband?

1819

11

C

S

Sarah Crane

their daughter

1825

5

*Ann Crane

dr. of R. & S. Crane

1830

0

145

Charles Johns

Journeyman shoemaker

1800

30

C

Sarah Johns

wife

1795

35

C

Jane Johns

daughter

1824

6

George Johns

son

1826

4

146

Mary Osborne

Wife of - Osborn

1792

38

C

Joseph Frost

under master of the Grammar School

C

Harriot Frost

his wife

1805

25

C

Joseph Osborn

son of Mary Osborn

1822

8

C

S

147

Thomas Trott

Carrier

1793

37

C

Elizabeth Trott

wife

1798

32

C

Revett Trott

son

1820

10

C

S

Alice Trott

daughter

1823

7

C

S

Alice Wartis

wife’s mother

1760

70

I

*Elizabeth Trott

Dr. of T. & E. Trott

1818

12

C

S

*John Saville

Horsekeeper

1804

26

C

*Saml Reynolds

servant

1814

16

C

*Ann Trott

niece

1827

3

Ann Rider - has left Newport

148

Daniel Gilby

Labourer

1792

38

Rebecca Gilby

wife

1801

29

C

Mahala Gilby

1829

1

149

Joseph Gayler

Labourer

1791

39

Elizabeth Gayler

wife

1782

48

IW

Martha Gayler

daughter

1818

12

I

S

150

William Johnson

Bricklayer

1771

51 [sic]

John Johnson

son

1807

23

C

[in pencil:] Married to Sarah Harvey (of No. 162) 12 Aug. 1830. They have taken a room at Parratt’s the Baker’s.

Eliza Johnson

daughter

1816

14

C

*George Johnson

son of Wm Johnson: Bricklayer out of work

20

C

has lived in the winter of 1830 at Debden Hall

151

Mary Cox

Schoolmistress

1749

81

C & S

152

James Pisford

Shoemaker

1767

63

C

Alice Pisford

3d wife

1790

40

C

Henry

their son

1805

25

C

George

son

1808

22

C

Edwd

son

1812

18

C

Elizth

daughter

1815

15

C

Martha

daughter

1818

12

C

S

Ellen

daughter

1822

8

C

S

Emma

daughter

1827

3

C

S

153

Elizth Wilson

Pauper - Widow

1767

63

IW

Henry Wilson

her son

1810

20

IW

154

William Hollingsworth

Labourer

1797

33

C

Elizth Hollingsworth

wife

1800

30

C

Eliza

daughter

1821

9

C

Willm

son

1823

7

C

S

John

son

1825

5

Jane

daughter

1828

2

155

Richard Boon

Labourer

1803

27

C

Rebecca Boon

wife

1802

28

C

Mary Boon Brooks

her daughter by - Brooks

1822

8

S

156

Jas Wilson

Gardener

1795

35

IW

157

John Thurgood

Labourer

1780

50

C

Mary Thurgood

wife

1778

52

C & S

Susan Brown

wife’s aunt

1750

80, bed ridden

C & S

Visited repeatedly in the spring & summer of 1830. Rec’d the sacrament in August of that year.

158

Richd Rust

Labourer

1780

50

IW

Ann Rust

1802

28

IW

159

John Johnson

Farmer

1758

72

Jas Linsdell   )

servant

1805

25

I

Martha Linsdell)

servant

1809

21

I

* Linsdell

1830

0

160

Philip Buck senr

Farmer & malt carrier

83

C

Mary Buck

wife

83

C

Jas Buck

their son

1790

40

C

Sarah Buck

his grandson

1810

20

C

Geo. Buck

grandson

1821

9

C

S

Wm Wright

servant

1812

18

C

Wm Clark

servant

1814

16

C

161

Joseph Debnam

Carpenter

1774

56

C

Mary Debnam

wife

1771

59

C

Mahala

1811

19

C

Frances

1811

19

C

Lucy

daughter

1817

13

C

Wm Freeman

Journeyman painter

1809

21

C

Wm Adams

Labourer

1810

20

C

162

Richd Harvey

Labourer

1775

55

C

Ann Harvey

wife

1776

54

C

Sarah Harvey

daughter

1809

21

C

maried to J. Johnson of No. 150 q.v.

Robt Harvey

their son

1812

18

C

Elizth

daughter

1814

16

C

Lives with Mrs [or] Mr Brook at the Vicarage

Wm

son

1818

12

C

S

163

Edwd Gayler

Labourer

1770

60

C

Ann Gayler

wife

1768

62

C

Jas Gayler

son

1794

36

C

John Woolner

son of H. Woolner, see below

1817

13

C

Mary Woolner

dr.

1818

12

C

Maria Woolner

dr.

1820

10

C

Eliza Woolner

dr.

1824

6

C

Elizth Woolner

dr. of ditto

1826

4

Sophia Woolner

dr.

1827

3

Benjamine Woolner

son

1828

2

Sarah Woolner

dr.

1830

0

Henry Woolner

Journeyman Blacksmith

1794

36

C

Sarah Woolner

wife

1799

31

C

164

George King

Labourer

1790

40

C

Susannah King

wife

1781

49

C

Rebecca

daughter

1813

17

C

Sarah

daughter

1819

11

C

Willm.

son

1823

7

C

S

165

John Searle

Labourer

1789

41

I

Mary Searle

wife

1791

39

I

Sarah

daughter

1812

18

C

Lives at Mrs Marks

Henry

son

1818

12

I

Martha

daughter

1821

9

I

Susannah

daughter

1823

7

Joseph

son

1825

5

Jeremiah

son

1830

0

166

Sir John St Aubyn

Baronet

C

Lady St Aubyn

his wife

C

Miss Elizth

daughter

C

Miss Catherine

daughter

C

Miss Ann Clether

companion to the young ladies

C

Thos Rutgar

House Steward

C & S

W

Joseph Asquulent

servant

C

Jas Kimpton

Do

W

Jas Symonds

Do

Thos Morgan

Do

C

Jas Goff

servant

Afflicted with gout

Lewis Privatt

Do

C

Jos. Privatt

Do

C & S

Edwd Roach

Do

C

Wm May

Do

C

Jas Birch

Do

C

Robt Libby

Do

C

Ann Rutgar

C & S

W

Patience Hodges

formerly nurse to the young ladies

1780

50

C

Died 8 Aug. 1830

Sarah Yarnell

servant

C

Mary Belcher

servant

C

Elizth Flack

Do

C

Elizth Silence

Do

C

Mary Searle

Do

C

Maria Eden

Do

C

Jenipha Rogers

Do

C

Mary Simonds

Do

C

Harriett Taylor

Do

C

Susannah Rutgar

W

Emma Kimpton senr.

servant

W

Emma Kimpton junr.

Do

W

S

167

Joshua Searle

Labourer

45

I W

Elizabeth Searle

wife

I W

Joseph

son

1815

15

C

Henry

son

1817

13

C

Wm

son

1819

11

C

John

son

1821

9

C

Elizth

daughter

1823

7

Jas

son

1825

5

Susannah

daughter

1827

3

Maria

daughter

1829

1

168

Wm Polley

Keeper of the Work house

C

Elizth Polley

wife

C

Pierre Polley

son

1827

3

C

S

Jas Polley

son

1829

1

169

George Harvey

Labourer

1770

60

C

Mary Harvey

wife

1770

60

C

170

Mary Gaggar

anne[?] rectius Jagward? Single woman

1750

80, Ill for four years

C

Sarah Byatt

pauper widow

1754

76

171

Mary Crane

pauper

1794

36, insane

Wife of Jasper Crane confined for 2 years in Chelmsford Prison in the Spring of 1830 for theft.

172

Ann Luckings

widow

1752

78

C

173

John Ware

Shoemaker. Pauper

1762

68

C

Ann Ware

wife

1768

62

C

174

John List

Shoemaker. Pauper

1757

73 Infirm

C

Catharine List

wife

1771

59

C & S formerly

Joseph List

their son

1817

13

C

175

Edwd Wright

Pauper

1754

76, Infirm

C

Thos Prior

Pauper

1753

77

C

176

Wm Brooks

Labourer - works at Mr Gayford’s

1770

60

C

Susannah Brooks

wife

1770

60

C

Martha

their daughter

1805

25

C

David Brooks

their son

1817

13

C

Wm

son

1819

11

C

Griffin

their grandson (illegitimate)

1825

5

177

Mary Farrow

Pauper: widow

1760

70, Bed ridden

C

Mary Ware

wife of John Ware transported

1797

33

C

Jane Ware

her daughter

1818

12

C

John

son

1820

10

C

S

Geo.

son

1825

5

C

S

178

Wm Luckings

Cabinet maker

1793

37

Sarah Luckings

wife

1794

36

Eliza Luckings

their daughter

1818

12

Sarah Luckings

daughter

1821

9

Geo: Luckings

son

1826

4

Jas. Luckings

son

1828

2

179

Saml Hart

Baker

1794

36

C

Elizth Harvey

Pauper: Widow.

1775

55

C

*Thomas Harvey

son of Elizth Harvey

1815

15

C

*Gabriel Crane

son of Jasper Crane

1818

12

C

S

[see no. 171]

*Henry Crane

son of Jasper Crane

1822

8

C

S

[see no. 171]

*Jasper Crane

son of Jasper Crane

1824

6

C

S

[see no. 171]

*Sarah Monk

dr. of R. Monk carpenter

1819

11

C

S

*John Monk

son of Do.

1821

9

C

S

*Mary Marella

an illegitimate child whose parents have abandoned her

1822

8

180

Sarah Reynolds

1760

70

C

181

Benj. Cakebread

Labourer

1805

25

C

Leaf Cakebread

his wife

1800

30

C

Jas Crane

wife’s brother

1805

25

C

182

Thos Parish

Labourer

1790

40

C

Esther Parish

wife

1794

36

C

John

son

1816

14

Sarah

daughter

1819

11

C

Wm

son

1821

9

Jas

son

1825

5

Henry

son

1828

2

Iron Wright

Labourer

1814

16

C

*183

*Mrs J. Mark &c.

C & S

*Ann Mark

C & S

*Jane Mark

C

*Elizth Mark

1821

9

C




FOLLOWING FROM PENCILLED NOTES, AT END OF SECOND BOOK, MADE IN 1841

When visited Names of Inhabitants Occupation Reads, Writes or goes to School Observations

1841 March 12.26[?]

Cann

Journeyman Bricklayer

his wife

child

Do

Do

Do

Do

1841 Mar 16

Searle

widow

1/6 week, formerly 2d[?]

1841 Mar 16

daughter

works at Johnson’s. 9s week

1841 Mar 15

John Gayler

Labourer

works at Johnson’s. 9s week

his wife

Kidman

Journeyman carpenter

12/ per week. Works at Wedd’s

1841 Mar 18

his wife

child

child

[written in col. near children:] “3 boys & 1 girl & 1 baby”

Do

Do

Do

1841 Mar 18

Coiston

Labourer

18

his wife

18

boy

boy

boy

Stephen Reynolds

Labourer

works at Stiles’s, has for 3 [?] years

1841 Mar 23

his wife

son

N.S.

son

N.S.

child

Richard Harvey

Labourer

Ann Harvey

his wife

Searle

Labourer

Searle

his wife

their child

Do

Do

Do

Gayler

Labourer

R

Gayler

his wife

child

Do

Do

Hollingsworth

Labourer

Hollingsworth

his wife

child

Do

Do

Do

James Harvey

Labourer

Harvey

his wife

child

Do

Do

Wm Cook

Labourer

1/6 a day

1841 Mar 10 23

Mary

his wife

Joseph

their son

6/ week

Charles

son

5/ week

daughter

board & wages

William

son

1/6 week or 2/

Wm Sutton

Journeyman painter

1841 [?] 11

his wife

child

Dellow

Labourer

his wife

1841 M. 15

child

1841 March 11

Do

Do

1841 March 11

Skinner

Labourer, 36 years with Gayford

his wife

1841 Mar 11

daughter

Do



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