Parochial Pedigrees compiled by Reverend John G Hale
Pages 290-299

Transcribed and contributed by John Hicks, Oct 2006
For further details see Notes
 
Copied with permission from Herts Archives and Local Studies (HALS), custodian of the original volumes on behalf of the Diocese of St Albans (doc ref: DP/107/29/10-12, microfilms 466 & 467)



   
290 Christopher BARNES, son of Daniel & Sarah BARNES
marr.1 Dec 1883
Sarah Ann BADCOCK, dau of Phoebe BADCOCK [127]
born 12 Feb 1864, bapt.24 Apr 1864

Sidney George, born 17 Jun 1884, bapt.17 Aug 1884

Emily Sarah, born 7 Feb 1886, baptised at Chishall

Edith Maud, born 23 Dec 1887
   
   

   
291 James GATWARD, son of Edwd & Jane GATWARD [143]
born 14 May 1864, bapt.25 May 1864
in 1900 at Tennis Court Cottage, Buntingford, in the employment of Mr Wm DAWE
marr.15 Oct 1884
Sarah Ann HAGGER, dau of Edward & Sarah HAGGER of Sandon, Sarah HAGGER was dau of Wm & Ann GATWARD [134]

Florry, born 24 Aug 1885, bapt.7 Feb 1886

Ethel Maud, born 28 Sep 1887, bapt.25 Dec 1887, died 21 Jun 1888, bur.26 Jun 1888

Gertrude May, born 5 Jun 1889, bapt.30 Jun 1889

Annie, born 19 Aug 1891, bapt.6 Mar 1892

Edward Charles, born 27 Jun 1893, bapt.24 Sep 1893, died 30 Dec 1893, bur.2 Jan 1894
   
   

   
292 George GATWARD, son of Levi & Alice GATWARD [140]
born 28 Oct 1862, bapt.25 Jan 1863
marr.15 Oct 1884 at Kelshall
Sarah Jane WILMOTT, dau of John & Eliza WILMOTT

Eliza Jane, born 23 Sep 1885, bapt.13 Dec 1885

George, born 29 Mar 1887, bapt.14 Aug 1887, confirmed 30 Mar 1903

Emily, born 23 Jul 1889, bapt.13 Oct 1889

William Charles, born 4 Feb 1892, bapt.24 Apr 1892, confirmed at Royston 1 Apr 1906

Frank, born 21 Apr 1897, bapt.6 Jun 1897

Walter John, born 5 May 1899, bapt.8 Jun 1899
   
   

   
293 Joseph HILLS
born 1846
marr.
Eliza (deceased)

John George, born 22 Aug 1866, bapt. at Sandon

Harriet, born 10 Aug 1868, marr. Joseph FARDLE [89]

Ellen, born 20 Apr 1870 marr.1895, died 1896, at Chelsea

Edward, born 9 Feb 1872, confirmed 1 Mar 1888, Enlisted in Marines, In South Africa 1899

James, born 26 Feb 1874, confirmed 1 Mar 1888, Enlisted in Medical Corps 1893, In South Africa 1899

William, born 29 Jun 1876, confirmed 19 Apr 1894, marr.4 Aug 1902 Esther Alice COOPER [97]

Alice, born 5 Dec 1878, bapt. at Buckland

2nd marr.22 Jan 1887
Julia JUDGE [143]
born 19 Apr 1864, bapt.1881
The mother of an illegitimate child Albert Ernest, born 20 Dec1885, bapt.13 Jun 1886

Ellis John, born 10 Sep 1887, bapt.25 Dec 1887

Frederick Charles, born 6 Mar 1889, bapt.16 Jun 1889, confirmed 30 Mar 1903

Alfred Joseph, born 16 Feb 1891, bapt.17 May 1891, confirmed at Royston 1 Apr 1906

Edith Lilian, born 14 Jun 1892, bapt.28 Aug 1892, confirmed at Royston 1 Apr 1906

Charlie, born 10 Apr 1894, bapt.18 Jul 1894, registered Francis Charlie

Mabel Grace, born 17 Apr 1896, bapt.21 Jun 1896

Ida Florence, born 31 Jan 1898, bapt.24 Apr 1898

Dora, born 17 Jan 1903, bapt.7 Mar 1903, Reg. as Dora Violet
   
   

   
294 John ANDERSON, Left the Parish
marr.
Eleanor [no surname recorded]

Ellen, marr. Edw__ LEWIS, at Croydon Redhill, confirmed at Croydon

Sarah, marr. George LEMAN, at Croydon

Phillip, born 4 Jan 1863, confirmed at Barkway, at Croydon

Clara, born 24 May 1866, confirmed at Royston, at Royston

Annie Laura, born 10 Mar 1869, confirmed 4 Mar 1885, marr.21 Mar 1891 Sam OAKMAN [401]

Charles, born 16 Mar 1871, confirmed 1 Mar 1888

Mary Ann, born 16 Mar 1874, confirmed 1 Mar 1888
   
   

   
295 Joseph WATSON, son of Mary Ann WATSON [7], [144] & [202]
born 12 Feb 1864, bapt.9 Oct 1864
marr.24 Jan 1885 at Kelshall
Rachel SOLE
died Jun 1888

2nd marr.25 Dec 1891
Mary Ann CLARKE, dau of William & Ruth CLARKE [286]
born 1 Jan 1868, bapt. at Wallington
   
   

   
296 Arthur Edward EDWARDS, son of Edward & Jane EDWARDS [57]
born 24 May 1863, bapt.30 Aug 1863
marr.23 Jul 1885
Sarah Ann SHEPPARD, dau of James & Jane SHEPPARD [225]
born 3 Aug 1865, bapt.24 Sep 1865

Sarah Jane, born 30 Nov 1885, bapt.27 Dec 1885, confirmed 17 Mar 1900

Arthur William, born 11 Feb 1888, bapt.15 Apr 1888, confirmed 30 Mar 1903

Gertrude Mary, born 21 Jun 1890, bapt.27 Jul 1890

Edward, born 18 Feb 1893, bapt.2 Apr 1893

Maggie May, born 13 Apr 1895, bapt.9 Jun 1895

Frederick John, born 26 Jun 1897, bapt.8 Aug 1897

Ellen Victoria, born 1 Aug 1899, bapt.17 Sep 1899

Lily Rose, born 8 Dec 1904, bapt.5 Feb 1905
   
   

   
297 Thomas Edward TURNEY, son of Thomas & Frances Emma TURNEY [247]
born 17 Dec 1861, bapt.10 Apr 1862
marr.26 Aug 1885
Catherine Anne SCHOFIELD, dau of Albert F. & Anne SCHOFIELD
born 23 Jun 1861
Living at Cooks Hill Green, Writtle, Chelmsford 1897

Frances Kate, born 8 Jun 1886, bapt.8 Jun 1886

Thomas Edward, born 12 May 1887, bapt.21 Jun 1887

Gladys Mary Vera, born 20 Apr 1888, bapt.24 Jul 1888

Audrey Valerie, born 15 Aug 1889, bapt.3 Oct 1889

Elizabeth Muriel Agnelta, born 29 Jul 1890, bapt.6 Aug 1890

Myrtle Doris, born 22 Jul 1891, bapt.18 Nov 1892

A Boy, Still Born 20 Oct 1892

A Boy, Mar 1897

[A newspaper cutting is attached here, copied below.  It is undated, but presumably 1897, because Turney's pub (the Fox & Goose Inn) is at Cooks Hill Green - his 1897 address as given above]
 
 

AN ESSEX PUBLICAN SENT TO PRISON

 
       At the Chelmsford County Division Petty Sessions on Friday, the following case of stealing and receiving stolen goods was heard :-
     Archer Lodge, stockman, of Roxwell, was summoned for stealing two bushels of black oats and half-a-bushel of white oats, valued at 7s., the property of his master, Mr. A. B. Barrow, on May 10th.  Thomas Edward Turney, landlord of the Fox and Goose Inn, Writtle, was summoned for receiving the oats, knowing them to have been stolen.
     Mr. Wm. Tanner was for the prosecution, and Mr. W. J. Gray defended Turney.
     Mr. Tanner said Mr. Barrow hired a piece of land from Turney to feed some lambs upon, and it was Lodge's duty to take corn to the sheep.  In consequence of certain information received, Lodge was suspected of not giving the sheep all the oats he was supposed to.  As a result of investigations, oats corresponding with those belonging to the prosecutor were found in Turney's stable.  In answer to P.c. Scott, who spoke to him about the matter, Lodge said, " Yes, I have left about four or five lots at Turney's.  I wish to God I had let them alone.  I have left about two and a-half bushels at Turney's, but I have had nothing from Turney except beer and tobacco - no money.  I should not have left them only Turney asked me to.  He said he would give me some beer for them."  When Turney was seen about the matter he contended that he could account for the possession of the oats, but afterwards said he could not resist pleading guilty to having received them.
     P.c. Scott bore out the statement of Mr. Tanner, and added that Turney asked him how he thought he would get on.  Witness replied that he did not know, and defendant proceeded, "I shall plead guilty ; I can't get out of it."
     Wm. Tidey, a groom employed by the prosecutor, and Harry Gurton, a groom in the service of Abridge Brewery, also gave evidence.
     Both defendants pleaded guilty, and Mr. Gray addressed the bench on Turney's behalf, drawing attention to the good character he had hitherto borne.  He read a letter from the Rev. H. M. Burgess testifying to this, and said the defendant only wished to dissent from the statement of Lodge that he asked for the oats to be left at his place.  Mr. Gray reminded the Bench that as the defendant had pleaded guilty, he must of necessity forfeit his licence, and he would be debarred by the Statute from ever holding another.  He had a wife and seven children dependant upon him, and would leave the court practically a ruined man.
     The Bench having .............. the Chairman said the Bench felt that if there were no receivers there would not be half as many thieves, so that when they caught a receiver they meant to make an example of them.  Lodge, being a servant, ought to have protected the property of the man he robbed.  He would be fined 2, and in default of payment be imprisoned for one month.  With regard to Turney, the Bench felt it only just that he should not be given the option of a fine, and so he would be sentenced to a month's hard labour.  They thought there was no doubt that he led Lodge on to steal his master's oats. - Time in which to pay was refused Lodge.
 
   
   

   
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Henry Edward GATWARD, son of Henry & Sarah GATWARD [30]
born 29 Jun 1856, bapt.2 Nov 1856
marr.13 Oct 1885
Charlotte KNIGHTS, dau of James & Sarah KNIGHTS [208]
born 15 Oct 1864, bapt.27 Nov 1864
Mother of ill. child *Sarah Elizabeth [432], born 30 Nov 1881, bapt.25 Dec 1881, confirmed 29 Mar 1897, marr.11 Nov 1899 Wm. CLARKE, and Grace, born 23 May 1885, bapt. Stoke Newington

Ellen, born 27 Nov 1886, bapt.30 Oct 1887, marr.22 Sep 1906 at Sandon, Mother of ill. child born 20 Dec 1904, bapt.1 Apr 1906 John Harold

Edward, born 22 Jul 1889, bapt.1 Oct 1889, Registered Henry James, died 30 Aug 1896, bur.4 Sep 1896

George, born 8 Jun 1891, bapt.20 Sep 1891, confirmed at Royston 1 Apr 1906

Boy, born 5 Nov 1892, died

Girl, born 1 Jul 1893, died

Daisy, born 25 Apr 1894, bapt.7 May 1894, died 15 Jun 1894, bur.19 Jun 1894

Frederick, born 3 Jul 1895, bapt.4 Jul 1895, died 11 Jul 1895

A Girl, born 3 Jul 1895, unbaptized, died 3 Jul 1895

A Boy, born 19 Apr 1896, died unbaptized

Sarah, born 11 Jul 1898, bapt.6 Nov 1898

Daisy, born 13 Jul 1902, bapt.15 Jul 1902, died 16 Jul 1902

A Girl, born 6 Aug 1903, died 8 Aug 1903 unbaptized

Frederick John, born 6 Aug 1904, bapt.2 Oct 1904, died 27 Feb 1905

Florence, born 5 Dec 1905, bapt.15 Dec 1905


* Mother of ill. child William Joseph, born 24 Nov 1898, bapt.26 Mar 1899
   
   

   
299 John ATKYNS, son of Thomas & Jane ATKYNS [14]
born 13 Mar 1861, bapt.23 Jul 1861
marr.12 Jul 1885 at Norwood
Julia KNIGHTS, dau of James & Sally KNIGHTS [208]
born 3 Jun 1862, bapt.27 Jul 1862

Catharine Mildred, born 24 Sep 1885, bapt.25 Oct 1885

William George, born 8 Mar 1887, bapt.24 Oct 1887
   
   

 

 

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