Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Diana BAILEY (c1810-?)
Edgar Boorman and Diana Bailey married by banns on 26 October
1830 in Burwash, Sussex. They were both then of Burwash. He was
a bachelor and she a spinster. The witnesses were John Shoesmith
and Lois Shoesmith. (They were not my direct ancestors.
Edgar was a brother of my 3x Great Grandfather,
Edgar Boorman was born on 13 April 1808 and baptised on 15 May 1808
in Burwash. He was the eldest son of
Charlotte King (1786-1859). He died aged 71 years in the third
quarter of 1879 in the Battle registration district.
Diana Bailey was born about 1811 in Heathfield, Sussex (as per the
1851 census). I have not found her baptism there nor in the East
Sussex Baptism Index. She may have died aged 83 years and her death
registered as Dianh Boorman in the first quarter of 1892 in the
Hastings registration district. However, when the 1881 census was
recorded there was a 73 year old unmarried Dinah Boorman living at 18
Station Road, Hastings, who gave her place of birth as Goudhurst in Kent.
When the 1841 census was recorded, a 75 year old Mary Bailey was
living with Edgar and Diana. Might she have been Diana's mother?
A James Bailey married Mary Britt on 5 September 1791 in
Ticehurst, Sussex, and Mary Britt was born in 1770. But,
Lois Shoesmith, a witness to Edgar and Diana's marriage, may have been
baptised as Lois Baily on 20 February 1810 in the Heathfield
non-conformist Chapel. She was the daughter of William Baily
and Edith. Might Lois and Diana have been sisters or cousins?
The couple were living in Burwash when the births of their 3 eldest
daughters were registered at the Shover's Green Chapel in Wadhurst. In
1841 the family was living at Swing Toll Gate, Burwash. By 1851 they
were living at Flattenden, Wadhurst and Edgar was an agricultural labourer.
The couple were still at Flattenden when the 1861 census was recorded.
Edgar Boorman and Diana
Bailey had 6 known children:
was born on 26 September 1831 and her birth was registered at the Shover's
Green Chapel in Wadhurst. She buried on 11 July 1832 in Wadhurst.
The burial register records that Naomi Bourman was an infant.
was born on 1 June 1833 and her birth was registered at the Shover's Green
Chapel in Wadhurst. When the 1851 census was recorded she was a 17
year old house servant at Hammerden Farm House, Burwash, the home of 38
year old John White and his family.
was born on 4 December 1835 and her birth was registered at the Shover's
Green Chapel in Wadhurst. Her name was recorded as Emily Borman
in the 1851 census.
Boorman was baptised on 30 December 1838 in Burwash and buried there
on 20 June 1843. She died aged 5 years.
was born about 1842 in Burwash. He was buried on 14 April 1903 in
Edgar married Rhoda
Ticehurst before or about 1866.
was born in the third quarter of 1841 in Ashburnham, Sussex and was buried on 8 July 1903 in
Wadhurst. She was the daughter of Henry Ticehurst (c1816-?)
and Mary. When the 1851 census was recorded she was 10 years
old and living with her parents at Punts Greene in Ashburnham and her
father was then a wheelwright.
In 1881 the family were living at Cock Mount in Wadhurst
and Edgar was then a carpenter. The couple were still living in
Wadhurst when the 1901 census was recorded and he was then a farmer.
Edgar and Rhoda had 3 known children:
Boorman was born about 1866 in Ashburnham, although her baptism has
not been found in the Ashburnham baptism register. In 1881 she was a
15 year old dressmaker living with her parents.
Boorman was born in the second quarter of 1872 in Tunbridge Wells,
Kent. He was an 8 year old scholar in 1881. He was baptised
as an adult on 17 May 1908 at the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in
Wadhurst. (Also on that day,
Frank Boorman was baptised
as an adult. Frank was the son of
Edward Boorman and
Boorman was born in the third quarter of 1875 in Wadhurst. She
was a 5 year old scholar in 1881.
was born on 28 August 1850 in Wadhurst.
Edward married Ann Pettit
on 8 August 1868 in Ashburnham.
Ann was baptised on 16 May 1852 in
Ashburnham and was the daughter of William Pettit (1821-1893) and
Caroline Clout (c1829-1875).
At the time of
the 1891 census the family were living at Egypt Farm in Warbleton and
Edward was an agricultural labourer. The family were
living in Penhurst when the 1901 census was recorded and Edward was a
Edward and Ann had 13 known
Boorman was baptised on 13 December 1868 in Ashburnham, at which
time his father was a labourer of Ashburnham.
Boorman was baptised on 29 January 1871 in Ashburnham, at which time
his father was a labourer of Ashburnham.
Boorman was born in the second quarter of 1871 in Ashburnham.
In 1891 he was a the eldest child at home and he was an agricultural
Boorman was baptised on 4 May 1873 in Ashburnham, at which time his
father was a labourer of Ashburnham.
He was an 18 year old agricultural labourer in 1891.
Harry married Annie Louisa Creasey in the fourth quarter of 1899 in
the Hailsham registration district.
Annie was baptised on 14 March
1880 in Bodle Street, Sussex and was the daughter of Herbert Creasey
(c1854-?) and Emily Hobday (c1856-?).
The family were
living in Warbleton in 1901 and Harry was a carter on a farm.
Harry and Annie
had at least 1 child:
Harry Boorman was born in the fourth quarter of 1900 in the
Archie married Violet Victoria Whiterod.
Violet was born on 22 February 1902 in Eastbourne. She died
aged 84 years and her death was registered in July 1986 in the
Hastings and Rother registration district.
Archie and Violet had 3 sons:
Bryan William Boorman was born on 3 March 1938 and died on
4 June 2010. He was buried on 14 June 2010 in the Bexhill
cemetery after a service at St. Mark's parish church in Little
Boorman was born in the second quarter of 1875 in Ashburnham.
Boorman was born in 1876 in Ashburnham. He was a 13 year old
scholar in 1891.
Caroline Boorman was born in the first quarter of 1878. She
died aged 7 months and was buried on 30 June 1878 in Ashburnham.
Boorman was born in the fourth quarter of 1879 in Ashburnham.
He was an 11 year old scholar in 1891.
In 1901 he was the eldest child living in the parental home and he was a
20 year old carter on a farm.
Boorman was born in the fourth quarter of 1881 in Ashburnham.
In 1891 he was a 9 year old scholar.
He was an 18 year old labourer on the land in 1901 and living at home.
Boorman was born on 24 January 1884 in Ashburnham. He was a 7
year old scholar in 1891. In 1901 he
was a 16 year old cater boy on a farm living with the family of his
brother Harry in Warbleton. He married Alice Parks.
She was born in 1890 and died in 1940. Charles and Alice had 9
known children born between 1911 and 1928.
died aged 3 months and was buried on 9 September 1885 in Ashburnham.
Boorman was born in the third quarter of 1890 in Warbleton, Sussex.
She died in 1931 in Norwich, Norfolk.
When the 1891 census was recorded she was 9 months old.
She was 10 years old at the time of the 1901 census and living at home.
Annie married George Macnab-Grieve in December 1914 in Cuckfield,
Sussex. They had 4 children:
married Joseph Atterwill.
Edward Macnab-Grieve (1916-1971)
married Victor Nunn.
Boorman was born in the fourth quarter of 1895 in Penhurst, Sussex.
He was 5 years old in 1901 and living with his parents.
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This page was reviewed on 9 April 2012