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John BAYTUP (c1808-1878)

and Emma ROWLAND (1815-?)

 

John Baytup and Emma Rowland married by banns on 20 April 1833 in Bolney, Sussex.  He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Bolney.  The witnesses to their marriage were William Rowland and Charlotte Rowland.  (They were my not direct ancestors.)

John Baytup was born about 1808 in Bolney, although his baptism does not appear in a transcript of the Bolney registers.  He was most probably the son of John Baytup (1782-1858) and Sarah Stoffel (1785-1872).  He died aged 70 years and was buried on 21 December 1878 in Bolney.

Emma Rowland was baptised on 2 July 1815 in Cuckfield, Sussex.  She was the daughter of John Rowland and Ann (possibly Ann Fuller).  Emma was a witness to the marriage of George Blaker and Louisa Young on 9 March 1850 in Bolney.

When the 1841 census was recorded the family were were living in Stable Houses in Bolney.  John was then an agricultural labourer and was said to be 30 years old.  Emma's age was recorded as 25.  They had 5 children with them on census night.

The family were still living at Stable Houses when the 1851 census was recorded.  John was then a 43 year old agricultural labourer and Emma was 36.  With the couple were 11 of their children.  Also living at Stable Houses in a separate household was 69 John Baytup together with 67 year old Sarah Baytup and 2 of the their children, James aged 37 and Mary Ann aged 24.

In 1861 the couple and 8 of their children were living in Stable Houses.  John's age was then recorded as 52 and Emma's as 47.  He was an agricultural labourer.

By 1871 the couple and 3 of their children were living either at or next door to West Cottages in Bolney.  John was a 64 year old labourer and Emmey was 57.

 

John Baytup and Emma Rowland had 15 known children:

  1. Stephen Baytup was born on 20 January 1834 and baptised on 26 January 1834 in Bolney, at which time his father was a labourer.  He may have died aged 3 years and have been buried on 2 July 1837 in Bolney.  However, there was another Stephen Baytup who was born on 9 August 1834 and baptised on 29 September 1834 in Bolney.  A transcript of the Bolney registers also records that a 5 month old Stephen Baytup was buried on 6 February 1834 - might the year have been wrong or his age?

  2. John Baytup was born on 27 February 1835 and baptised on 22 March 1835 in Bolney.  In 1841 he was 6 years old.  The 1851 census records that he was a 16 year old agricultural labourer living at home.

    John married Eliza Stone by banns on 13 November 1858 in Bolney.  He was then a bachelor and labourer and she was a spinster and domestic servant.  Their fathers were named as John Baytup and Thomas Stone who were both labourers.  The witnesses to their marriage were Emma Baytup and Thomas Attree.

    Eliza was born about 1839 in Cuckfield and was the daughter of Thomas Stone (c1811-?) and Mary Smith (c1813-?).

    In 1881 the couple together with 2 of their children and 3 year old nephew George Wickham were living Bess Coopers in Ditchling, Sussex.  John was then a 46 year old agricultural labourer and Eliza was 42.

    John and Eliza had the following known children:

    1. Stephen John Baytup was baptised on 20 November 1859 in Bolney, at which time his father was a labourer from Chates Cottage in Bolney.  In 1881 he was an unmarried 21 year old brickmaker living with his parents.

    2. Mary J. Batup was born about 1866 in Ditchling.  She was 15 years old in 1881.

  3. George Baytup was baptised on 30 May 1836 in Bolney.  He died aged 36 years in Brighton Hospital and was buried on 26 January 1873 in Bolney.  In 1841 he was 5 years old.  He was a 15 year old agricultural labourer in 1851.  In 1861 he was an unmarried 25 year old agricultural labourer living with his parents and younger siblings.

    George married Martha Anscombe by banns on 1 June 1861 in Bolney.  He was then a 25 year old bachelor and labourer and she was a 23 year old spinster from Brighton.  His father was named as John Batup a labourer whilst her father's name was not recorded.  The witnesses to their marriage were Charles Wellard and Louisa Arvland.

    In 1871 the couple and their daughter were living at Windmill Cottages in West Malling, Kent.  George was then a 34 year old paper maker and Martha was 31.

    Martha was born about 1840 in Cuckfield.

    George and Martha had the following known child:

    1. Martha Jane Baytup was baptised on 25 May 1862 in Bolney.  She was 8 years old when the 1871 census was recorded.

  4. Sarah Ann Baytup was born on 3 August 1837 and baptised on 8 September 1837 in Bolney.  She married Philip Scutt in 1856.  (They have their own page.)

  5. Emma Thursey Baytup was born on 3 April 1839 and baptised on 5 May 1839 in Bolney.  She was 2 years old in 1841 and 12 in 1851.

    As Emma Theresa Baytup she married Henry Burtenshaw by banns on 14 April 1860 in Bolney.  She was a spinster and domestic servant and he was a bachelor and labourer.  Their fathers were named as Thomas Burtenshaw and John Baytup.  The witnesses to their marriage were Christopher Hemsley and Sarah Ann Burtenshaw.

    Henry was born on 16 May 1835 and baptised on 6 July 1835 in Bolney.  He was the son of Thomas Burtenshaw (c1794-?) and Sarah Evans (1808-1879) When the 1851 census was recorded, Henry was a 15 year old agricultural labourer living with his parents in Stable Houses, next door to Emma's family.

    At the time of the 1871 census Henry and Emma were living at Partridge Sand in Bolney, along with 4 of their children.  He was then a 35 year old farm labourer and she was 32.

    Henry and Emma had the following children:

    1. Sarah Elizabeth Burtenshaw was baptised on 24 February 1861 in Bolney.  She was a 10 year old scholar in 1871.

    2. William Henry Burtenshaw was baptised on 29 January 1865 in Bolney.  He was a 6 year old scholar in 1871.

    3. David John Burtenshaw was baptised on 26 April 1868 in Bolney.  In 1871 he was 3 years old.

    4. Thomas Burtenshaw was baptised on 30 January 1870 in Bolney.  When the 1871 census was recorded he was a year old.

  6. William Baytup was born on 10 October 1840 and baptised on 29 November 1840 in Bolney.  At the time of the 1841 census he was 8 months old.  In 1851 he was a 10 year old scholar.  He was a 20 year old agricultural labourer in 1861.  At the time of the 1871 census he was an unmarried 30 year old labourer and the eldest of his siblings living at home.

    As William Batup he married Gainey Cook in the second quarter of 1873 in the Cuckfield registration district.

    Gancy Cooke was baptised on 30 January 1853 in Bolney and was the daughter of Richard Cooke and Mary Penfold.  At the time of her baptism her father was a farming bailiff to Mr. Leppard and was living at Hill House in Bolney.

    When the 1881 census was recorded the couple and 3 children were living at 5 West Cottages in Bolney.  William was then said to be a 36 year old agricultural labourer and Gainey was 29.

    William and Gainey had the following children:

    1. Annie Florence Batup was baptised on 28 March 1875 in Bolney.  She was a 6 year old scholar in 1881.

    2. Emma L. Batup was born about 1879 in Bolney.  She was 2 years old in 1881.

    3. William J. Batup was born in 1880 in Bolney.  At the time of the 1881 census he was 11 months old.

  7. Arthur Baytup was born on 18 December 1841 and baptised on 6 February 1842 in Bolney.  He was a 9 year old scholar in 1851.  In 1861 he was a 19 year old agricultural labourer.  He was an unmarried 29 year old labourer in 1871 and living with his parents.

    Arthur married Ann Simmonds on 28 October 1872 at the parish church of St. Thomas in Lewes, Sussex.  He was then 30 years old and she 32.  Their fathers were named as John Baytup and Richard Simmonds.

    Ann was born about 1840 in Bishopstone, Sussex.

    When the 1881 census was recorded the couple and 4 children were living in Rectory Cottage, Hamsey, Sussex.  Arthur was then a 39 year old gardener and Ann was 41.  At the time of the 1901 census Arthur was a 59 year old bailiff living with his 61 year old Ann and 3 children at Old Turn?? (Turnpike?) in Cuckfield.

    Arthur and Ann had the following known children:

    1. Edith Baytup was baptised on 7 September 1873 in Great Stanmore, Middlesex.  She was a 7 year old scholar in 1881.  In 1901 she was an unmarried 27 year old housemaid in the home of James Davy, next door to her parents.

    2. Marion Baytup was born about 1876 in Stanmore.  She was 5 years old in 1881.  In 1901 she was an unmarried 25 year old lady's maid living in the same household as her sister Edith.

    3. Jack Baytup was born about 1877 in Hamsey.  He was 4 years old in 1881.  In 1901 he was an unmarried 24 year old domestic gardener living with his parents.

    4. Arthur Baytup was born about 1880 in Hamsey.  At the time of the 1881 census he was a year old.  In 1901, he was an unmarried 21 year old domestic gardener living with his parents..

    5. Ernest Baytup was baptised on 13 November 1881 in Hamsey.  He was a 19 year old domestic gardener in 1901 and living at home.

    6. Edward Baytup was baptised on 8 April 1881 in Hamsey.

  8. Ahasuerus Robert Baytup was baptised on 30 July 1843 in Bolney.  He was a 7 year old scholar in 1851.  The 1861 census records that 17 year old Ashurias Bateup was a "boots" servant at the Kings Head Hotel in Cuckfield town.  At that time 63 year old Edward Jenner was the victualler of the Kings Head.  In 1871 Ahasuerus was an unmarried 27 year old labourer and he was living with the family of his sister Sarah Ann at Shop House in Bolney.

    Ahasuerus married Eliza Still on 26 October 1872 in Horley, Surrey.

    Eliza was baptised on 18 June 1848 in Pyecombe, Sussex and was the daughter of Robert Still and Philadelphia Goble.  When the 1871 census was recorded Eliza was an unmarried 23 year old domestic servant in a school at No. 21 Albany Villas, Hove.

    At the time of the 1881 census the couple together with their son and 20 year old lodger Arthur H. Hayler were living at No. 2 Elm Cottages in Albert Road, Horley.  Robert A. Bateup was then a 36 year old domestic gardener and Eliza was 32.  When the 1891 census was recorded the couple were living at 45 Dennett Road, Croydon.  Robert was then a 47 year old jobbing gardener and Eliza was said to be 42 years.  With them on census night were 4 of their children and 17 year old lodger and stable man Horace F. Tinge.  In 1901 Robert was a 53 year old gardener and living at 40 Dennett Road, Croydon with his wife Eliza aged 51 and 3 children.

    Ahasuerus and Eliza had the following known children:

    1. Sidney Robert Bateup was born in the third quarter of 1875 in Horley.  In 1881 he was a 5 year old scholar.  In 1901 he was a 15 year old general labourer.

      Sidney married Ellen Rumsey in the fourth quarter of 1897 in the Croydon registration district.

      When the 1901 census was recorded the couple and 2 sons were living at 46 Dennett Road, Croydon.  Sydney was then a 25 year old railway engine stoker.

      Ellen was born about 1880 in Croydon.

      Sidney and Ellen had the following children by the time of the 1901 census:

      1. Charles S. Bateup was born about 1898 in Croydon.  He was 3 years old in 1901.

      2. Robert Edwin Bateup was born in 1900 in Croydon.  He was 6 months old when the 1901 census was recorded.  Robert married Dorothy A. Heartfield (ref.2) in the second quarter of 1927 in the Croydon registration district.

    2. Edwin Bateup was born in the second quarter of 1881 in Horley.  He was 9 years old in 1891.  Between 1905-10 he played for Arsenal Football Club as a goalkeeper (ref.3).

    3. Charles Albert Bateup was born in the third quarter of 1886 in Croydon.  In 1891 he was 4 years old, and then 14 years old in 1901.

    4. Jessie Eleanor Bateup was born in the second quarter of 1889 in Croydon.  In 1891 she was 2 years old.  She was 12 years old in 1901.

    5. Frank William Bateup was born in the third quarter of 1893 in Croydon.  At the time of the 1901 census he was 7 years old.

  9. Mary Jane Baytup was baptised on 18 May 1845 in Bolney.  In 1851 she was 6 years old.

  10. Edmund Baytup was baptised on 25 April 1847 in Bolney.  In 1851 he was 4 years old.  He was a 14 year old agricultural labourer in 1861.

    Edmund married Orpah Martin in the second quarter of 1867 in the Malling, Kent registration district.

    Orpah was born about 1837 in Whatlington, Sussex and was the daughter of Newland Martin (c1813-1884) and Margaret Baker (c1812-1872).  After her mother's death her father married Emma Howard in 1875 in London.

    In 1891 the couple together with 3 of their children and 50 year old widow and step mother Emma Martin, were living on Woodhurst Farm in Slaugham, Sussex.  Edmund was then a 46 year old farm bailiff and Orpah was 54.

    Edmund and Orpah had the following children:

    1. Arthur Bateup was born about 1868 in West Malling, Kent.

    2. Edith Bateup was born about 1870 in Charlwood, Surrey.  She was an unmarried 21 year old in 1891 and living with her parents.  Edith married James Albert Ashby (ref.4).

    3. Daniel Bateup was born about 1872 in Horley.  He was a 19 year old stockman in 1891 and living with his parents.

    4. Emma Bateup was born about 1874 in Horley.  In 1891 she was a 17 year old pupil teacher.  (A database at RootsWeb says her name was Annie.)

    5. Sarah Bateup was born about 1876.

  11. Maria Louisa Baytup was baptised on 24 June 1849 in Bolney.  She died on 4 January 1837 in Portslade (ref.1).  In 1851 she was 2 years old.  The 1861 census records her name as Loisa Baitup and she was then a 12 year old scholar.

    Maria married Philip Packham by banns on 15 August 1869 in Bolney.  She was then a 21 year old spinster and he a 24 year old bachelor and labourer from Portslade.  Their fathers were named as William Packham and John Batup who were both labourers.  The witnesses to their marriage were William Batup and Ganey Elizabeth Batup.

    Philip was baptised on 2 February 1845 in Portslade and was the son of William Packham (1806-1865) and Mary Stoner (1809-?).  He died on 12 August 1933 in Portslade (ref.1).  He was a 6 year old scholar in 1851 and living with parents in Portslade.

    Philip and Maria had the following children:

    1. Emma Louisa Packham was baptised on 24 September 1871 in Portslade.

    2. Arthur Packham was born in October 1872 and buried on 9 November 1872 in Portslade.

    3. Alfred Phillip Packham was born about 1873 and baptised on 31 May 1874 in Portslade.

    4. Charles Packham was born about 1875 in Portslade.

    5. Ernest Packham was born about 1876 in Portslade.

  12. Lucy Phebe Baytup was baptised on 23 March 1851 in Bolney, at which time her father was a labourer from Stable Houses in Bolney.  At the time of the 1851 census she was 2 weeks old.  In 1861 she was a 10 year old scholar.

    Lucy married William George by banns on 16 May 1875 in Bolney.  She was then a 24 year old spinster and he a 27 year old bachelor and butcher from High Street, Wimbledon.  Lucy's father was named as John Batup a labourer, which William's father was said to be deceased.  The witnesses to their marriage were John Batup and Ganey Elizabeth Batup.

  13. Gancy Baytup was born at Stable Houses and baptised on 26 February 1854 in Bolney.  The 1851 census records her name as Elizabeth Baitup and she was then an 8 year old scholar.

    As Ganey Elizabeth Batup she married James Groves on 27 April 1880 in Hove, Sussex.  They were both then aged 26 years and their fathers were named as James Groves and John Batup.

    James was baptised on 2 April 1854 in Upper Beeding, Sussex and was the son of James Groves (1826-?) and Frances Boniface (1828-?).  When the 1861 census was recorded he was a 7 year old scholar living with his parents and siblings at Burrells Ham House in Upper Beeding.  His father was then an agricultural labourer.

    When the 1881 census was recorded the couple and their young son were living at 59 Albion Street, Southwick.  James was then a 27 year old general labourer and Ganey was 28.  Also with them on census night was 19 year old lodger Edward Jagus.

    James and Ganey had the following child:

    1. William Frederick Groves was born in the first quarter of 1881 in Southwick.  He was 2 months old when the 1881 census was recorded.

  14. Fanny Amelia Baytup was born at Stable Houses and baptised on 3 February 1856 in Bolney.  She was 5 years old when the 1861 census was recorded.  In 1871 she was a 15 year old domestic and living with her parents and elder brothers.

    Fanny married William John Oliver on 23 April 1878 in Bolney.

  15. Frances Ellen Baytup was born at Stable Houses and baptised on 9 August 1860 in Bolney and buried there on 19 August 1860.  She died aged 1 month from convulsions (ref.3).

 

Ref. 1 - http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2735590&id=I421

Ref. 2 - http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/ENG-SURREY/2007-01/1168538249

Ref. 3 - Ray Bateup

Ref. 4 - http://www.heslington.com/genealogy/pafg56.htm

 

BATEUP          ROWLAND

This page was reviewed on 9 April 2012