Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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William CARVER (1660-?)

and Elizabeth WEEKS (c1665-?)

 

 

William Carver and Elizabeth Weeks on 4 June 1689 in Sutton, Sussex.  They were both then said to be "lately of Tillington".  (They were not my direct ancestors.  William may have been the brother of my 8x Great Grandmother, Joan Carver.)

William Carver was born on 20 August 1660 and baptised on 25 September 1660 in Sutton.  He was the son of John Carver (c1630-?) and Joan.

Elizabeth Weeks date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.  Might she have been baptised on 20 November 1669 in Yapton, Sussex and have been the daughter of Robert Weeks and Elizabeth Chatfield?  The Sutton burial register records an Elizabeth Carver was buried on 18 August 1703, but no further details are given.

 

William Carver and Elizabeth Weeks had 3 known children:

  1. Anne Carver was baptised on 10 August 1690 in Sutton and buried there on 20 August 1690.

  2. Mary Carver was baptised on 22 March 1692 in Sutton.  She may have been buried on 16 April 1693 in Sutton, but the burial register just records the name and date and not further details.

  3. James Carver was baptised on 15 July 1698 in Sutton.  He may have been buried on 22 July 1698 in Sutton, but the burial register just records the name and date and no further details.

 

CARVER          WEEKS

This page was created on 29 May 2014