Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Susanna MILES (?-?)
and Ann HARRIS (c1786-?)
Allfrey may have married twice. Firstly, and possibly, to
Susanna Miles on 21 September 1806 at
St. Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex. He was a bachelor and signed his name.
She was a spinster and made her X mark. They were both of Brighton.
The witnesses were
who all signed their names (James Streeter may have been his
brother-in-law). James Alfrey may then, or instead of, have married
on 7 May 1810 at St. Nicholas, Brighton.
But he was said to be a bachelor, again. Ann was a spinster and made
her X mark. James also made his X mark, but had signed at the 1806
marriage. The witnesses to the 1810 marriage were
(James and wives were not my direct ancestors. James was the brother
of my 5x great grandmother, Ann Alfrey.)
Alfrey was baptised on 5 July 1783 in
Henfield, Sussex. He was the second son and third child of
Mary Botting (c1753-1833). He was a butcher of Church Street,
Brighton, from at least 1814.
Susanna Miles's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.
Ann Harris was born about 1786 in Shoreham, Sussex.
James and Ann were living at 30 Gardner Street, Brighton along with their 11
year old grandson
Benjamin King. The census
records that James was a retired butcher aged 67 years and born in Henfield,
whilst Ann was 64 years old and born in Shoreham, Sussex.
James Alfrey and Susanna Miles had 1 known child:
was baptised on 8 February 1807 in
James Alfrey and Ann Harris had 10 known children:
was baptised on 25 November 1810 in
Brighton. He died before 1881.
James married Maria Mercer
on 19 September 1839 at St. Nicholas in Brighton.
Maria was born about
1821 in Newtimber. She was a widow by the time the 1881 census was recorded and she
was living at 21 Mighell Street in Brighton. She was then a lodging
house keeper and the family had 1 lodger, James Phillips a 24 year
old married man who was a butterman.
James and Maria had 8 known children:
James Allfrey was baptised on 13 November 1842 at St. Peter's in
James married Susan Hipwell Leggatt on 29 September
1867 at St. Nicholas in Brighton.
When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living at 10 Claremont
Place, Brighton and James was then a journeyman butcher. Also in
1881, a 7 year old Jane M. Alfrey was
living at 3 Grosovenor Street, Brighton, the home of her Grandmother Jane Leggatt, aged
38(?), who also had a 26 year old daughter Mary J Leggatt.
James and Susan had 3 known children:
James Richard Allfrey was born in the first quarter of 1868 in Brighton.
Edith Florence Allfrey was born in the third quarter of 1873 in Brighton.
Alfred Edward Allfrey was born in the first quarter of 1876 in Brighton.
Maria Allfrey was baptised on 30 June 1844 at St. Peter's in
Frederick Allfrey was baptised on 17 August 1845 at St. Peter's
Frederick married Caroline Alcorn in the third
quarter of 1877 in the St. Saviour's, Southward registration district.
Caroline was born about 1846 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living at 6 Vine
Street Court in Brighton, and Fred was then a master butcher. His
brother William was also living with them at that time.
The couple had 2
known children by 1881:
Caroline Eliza Allfrey was born in the fourth quarter of 1877 in Brighton.
Frederick A. Alfrey was 3 months old when the 1881 census was
William Allfrey was baptised on 25 April 1847 at St. Peter's,
Brighton. In 1881 he was a hand chair man.
Alfred Allfrey was born about 1849 in Brighton.
Joseph Allfrey was born about 1851 in Brighton. In 1881 he
was an unmarried saddler living with his mother and sisters.
Eliza Allfrey was born in the second quarter of 1852 in Brighton. She was an
unmarried dressmaker in 1881, living with her mother and siblings.
Rhoda Allfrey was born in the third quarter of 1853 in Brighton. In 1881 she
was an unmarried milliner living with her mother.
was baptised on 26 April 1812 in Brighton.
was baptised on 16 January 1814 in
George married Sophia Hurst by banns on 25 June 1836 in
Brighton. He was then bachelor and she a spinster and they were
both of Brighton. The both signed their names and were married by
the curate, Thomas Cooke. The witnesses to the marriage were
George Parsons and Sophia Hurst who both signed their names.
They had 1 known son:
Frederick Allfrey was baptised on 7 Mary 1837 at St. Nicholas in
Brighton. His parents were then of Wood Street and his father was
was baptised on 18 February 1816 in
was baptised on 8 February 1818 in
was baptised on 21 November 1819 in
was baptised on 27 May 1821 in Brighton.
Philip Alfrey was baptised on 27 April
1823 in Brighton. He married
Ann Card Box
in 1844. (They have their own page.)
was baptised on 13 March 1825 in
was baptised on 22 October 1826 in
This page was reviewed on 7 April 2012