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Robert DADSWELL (1784-1852)

and Frances BALDOCK (1776-1808)

and Ann KITCHENHAM (1792-1871)

 

Ticehurst parish church in 1907, from http://www.theweald.org/m13.asp?PicIdto=9900657Robert Dadswell and Ann Kitchenham were my 4x Great Grandparents.  (Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)  They married by banns on 19 April 1812 at the parish church of St. Mary the Virgin in Ticehurst, Sussex.  They were both of Ticehurst and both made their X marks.  The witnesses were William Kitchenham (mark) and Mary Fryer (signed).  (William was probably Ann's brother, rather than her father who had signed his name when he married.  Mary was Ann's sister.)  This was Robert's second marriage.  He had previously married Frances Baldock by banns on 10 October 1802 in Rotherfield, Sussex.  They were both then of Rotherfield and they both made their X marks.  The witnesses were Robert Baldock and Thomas Cole who both signed their names.

Robert Dadswell was baptised on 29 July 1784 in Rotherfield, Sussex.  He was the son of Robert Dadswell (1756-1830) and Mary Brooker (?-1805).  He died aged 68 years and was buried on 19 November 1852 in Wadhurst, Sussex.  He was an agricultural labourer.

Frances Baldock was probably born in 1776 in Rotherfield, the daughter of Robert Baldock and Sarah Carrack.  Fanny was buried on 2 March 1808 in Rotherfield.  Unfortunately her age at death was not recorded in the burial register.

Ann Smith Kitchenham was born on 18 March 1792 and baptised on 1 April 1792 in Wadhurst, Sussex.  She was the daughter of William Kitchenham (1750-1829) and Mary Tester (1747-1825).  At the time of her baptism her father was a farmer.  Ann died aged 79 years and was buried on 18 January 1871 in Wadhurst.

At the time of the 1841 census, Robert and Ann together with their sons John and James were living in Wadhurst town and Robert was a labourer.  When the 1851 census was recorded Robert and Ann were living alone in Wadhurst town and he was then a pauper agricultural labourer.  In 1861 Ann was living in Wadhurst village and was head of her household which comprised of son James, granddaughter Fanny Wallis and visitor 5 year old Ann Oliver.

 

Robert Dadswell and Frances Baldock had 4 known children:

  1. Mary Dadswell was baptised on 30 March 1803 in Rotherfield.  She most probably married John Comber in 1825.  (They have their own page.)

  2. William Dadswell was baptised on 10 February 1805 in Rotherfield and buried there on 11 April 1805.

  3. Robert Dadswell was baptised on 27 April 1806 in Rotherfield.  He was buried on 20 May 1861 in Mayfield, Sussex.

  4. Edward Dadswell was baptised on 2 March 1808 in Rotherfield.  He died aged 79 years and his death was registered in the first quarter of 1887 in the Ticehurst registration district.

    Edward married twice.  Firstly to Leah Harmon by banns on 19 October 1835 in Rotherfield.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster.  They were both of Rotherfield and both made their X marks.  The witnesses were Nicholas Barham and Frances Dadswell, who both made their X marks.

    Leah was baptised on 25 May 1809 in Mereworth, Kent and was the daughter of James Harman (1788-1868) and Mariah Leonard (1788-1848).  She died aged 26 years and was buried on 19 January 1837 in Rotherfield.  On 24 December 1835 Leah was a witness to the marriage of her sister-in-law Frances Dadswell.  Before her marriage Leah had an illegitimate daughter, Sarah Anne Harman, who was baptised on 26 May 1833 in Rotherfield and buried there on 30 April 1837.

    Edward and Leah had 1 known daughter:

    1. Frances Dadswell was baptised on 20 November 1836 in Rotherfield.  She was 5 years old when the 1841 census was recorded.  Fanny Dadswell was a 14 year old servant at the time of the 1851 census and living in the home of John Wickens at Blackthorn Hill.

      Fanny married Henry Malyon by banns on 26 June 1876 in Rotherfield.  He was then a 50 year old widower and labourer and she a 40 year old spinster.  They were both of Eridge and both signed their names.  The witnesses to the marriage were John Garrard and Hannah Garrard who both signed their names.

    Edward next married Sophia Pilbeam on 25 December 1840 in Rotherfield.  He was a widower of full aged and she a spinster aged 18 years.  They were both of Maynards Gate and both made their X marks.  The witnesses were William Pilbeam (mark) and John Wood (signed).

    Sophia was born on 8 March 1824 and baptised on 2 May 1824 in Rotherfield and was the daughter of Richard Pilbeam (1786-1858), a labourer and Mercy Card (1789-1867).  She died aged 69 years and her death was registered in the first quarter of 1894 in the Ticehurst registration district.  Sophia was mentioned as the wife of Edward Dadswell in her father's will of 1840, at which time her parents were living at Blacknest, Crowborough, Sussex.  Under the terms of his will Sophia was to receive a ninth share of his estate after the death of her mother.  At the time of the 1891 census, Sophia was living with her married daughter Harriet.

    In 1841, Edward, Sophia and Frances were living in Lower Cottage, Rotherfield, along with 70 year old Ann Maplesden.  The family were living at Gillham's Birch, Rotherfield in 1851 and Edward was then an agricultural labourer.  In 1871 the family were living at Pindhurst, Rotherfield.  In 1881 Edward and Sophia were living at Marlings, Rotherfield along with Elizabeth Hemsley their 18 year old domestic servant who had been born in Buxted, Sussex.

    Edward and Sophia had 3 known children:

    1. Harriet Dadswell was born on 21 October and baptised on 20 November 1842 in Rotherfield.  She was 8 year old when the 1851 census was recorded and 18 in 1861.

      Harriet married Amos Dadswell on 6 October 1866 at Holy Trinity church in Eridge Green, Sussex.

      Amos was born on 31 March 1841 at Poundfield in Rotherfield and baptised in the parish church on 9 July 1843.  He was the son of William Dadswell (1811-?) and Harriett Brown (1816-?).  Amos had previously married Pheobe Norman on 15 June 1865 in Eridge Green.

      Amos and Harriet had the following children:

      1. Frances Dadswell was baptised on 25 April 1869 in Pembury, Kent.

      2. Rosa Dadswell was baptised on 16 July 1871 in Pembury.

      3. Alfred Dadswell was baptised on 9 March 1873 in Pembury.

    2. Alfred Dadswell was born on 28 February and baptised on 31 March 1844 in Rotherfield.

    3. Herbert Dadswell was born on 2 November 1846 in Rotherfield.  He was 3 years old in 1851 and 13 in 1861.  He was an unmarried 23 year old agricultural labourer in 1871 and living with his parents.

      Herbert married Esther Rhoda Foster in the fourth quarter of 1873 in the Uckfield registration district.

      Esther was born about 1847 in Rotherfield.

      Herbert and Esther had 5 known children:

      1. Rose Dadswell was born about 1874 in Rotherfield.

      2. Amos Dadswell was born in the second quarter of 1876 in Rotherfield.

      3. Harriet Emily Dadswell was born in the first quarter of 1882 in Rotherfield.

      4. William Alfred Dadswell was born in the third quarter of 1883 in Rotherfield.

      5. Fanny Dadswell was born about 1886 in Rotherfield, either the fourth quarter of 1885 or 1886.

     

Robert Dadswell and Ann Kitchenham had 4 known children:

  1. Frances Dadswell, my 3x Great Grandmother, was baptised on 29 November 1812 in Wadhurst.  She married Nicholas Barham in 1835.  (They have their own page.)

  2. John Dadswell was baptised on 8 January 1815 in Wadhurst.  He died aged 77 years in Flimwell, Sussex and was buried on 6 December 1893 in Wadhurst.  When the 1841 census was recorded he was a 25 year old labourer living with his parents.

    John married Elizabeth Master Latter in 1842.

    Elizabeth was baptised on 13 July 1817 in Wadhurst and was the daughter of John Latter and Elizabeth.  Elizabeth died aged 57 years and was buried on 3 January 1875 in Wadhurst.

    John and Elizabeth had 6 known children:

    1. John Dadswell was born about 1846 in Wadhurst.  He was a 5 year old scholar when the 1851 census was recorded.

      John married Ann sometime before or about 1867.  She was born about 1832 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.  When the 1871 census was recorded the were living in Pell Green, Wadhurst and John was an agricultural labourer.  They had 1 known daughter:

      1. Louisa Elizabeth Dadswell was born in the fourth quarter of 1867 in Wadhurst.

    2. Charity Dadswell was born in the fourth quarter of 1847 in Wadhurst.  She was a 4 year old scholar in 1851.  Charity married William Fieldwick on 16 August 1873 in Heathfield, Sussex.  He was born there in about 1849.  When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living at Steel Forge in Warbleton, Sussex.  William and Charity and 4 known children:

      1. Sarah H. Fieldwick was born about 1874 in Hellingly, Sussex.

      2. Alfred Fieldwick was born about 1875 in Heathfield.

      3. Faith Lizzie Fieldwick was born in the fourth quarter of 1878 in Chiddingly, Sussex.  She married in 1907.

      4. Ruth Fieldwick was born in the second quarter of 1880 in Chiddingly.

        Ruth married Amos Knight in 1898.

        Amos was born about 1872 in Hellingly.

        In 1901 the couple were living in Herstmonceux, Sussex and Amos was then a roadman on the highway.

    3. Eliza Dadswell was born in the first quarter of 1850 in Wadhurst.

    4. Ann Dadswell was born about 1852 in Wadhurst.

    5. Robert Dadswell was born about 1855 in Wadhurst.

    6. Louisa Elizabeth Dadswell was born in the third quarter of 1857 in Wadhurst.

    When the 1851 census was recorded the family were living in Wadhurst Town and John was a higler employing 3 men.  Also in their household at that time was 14 year old servant Naomi Kitchenham.  In 1861 they were living at Tunnel Hotel and John was a beer retailer.  Also living with them in 1861 was Elizabeth Latter a 75 year old widow who was born in Marden, Kent.  By 1881 John was a fish seller living at 4 Balaclava Street, Wadhurst, along with his 67 year old widowed housekeeper, Mary Ann Stapley, who had been born in Wadhurst.

  3. Anne Dadswell was baptised on 11 January 1818 in Wadhurst.  She died on 26 December 1899 and was buried on 30 December 1899 in Ticehurst, Sussex.

    Anne married James Wallis on 9 June 1835 in Wadhurst.  The witnesses were Jonathan Baldwin and Thomas Cooper.

    James was born about 1814 in Ticehurst and was the son of Thomas Wallis (1779-1833) and Mercy Baldwin (1782-1853).  He died on 25 March and was buried on 31 March 1891 in Ticehurst.

    The family were living at Little Whiligh in Ticehurst when the 1851 census was recorded and James was then a waggoner.  They also had a lodger living with them in 1851, 68 year old widow Mercy Wallis who was a charwoman and had been born in Rotherfield.  In 1881 James and Ann were still living at Little Whiligh, along with their 7 year old granddaughter, Anne Millen, and 20 year old lodger, Harry Hobbs.

    James and Ann had 5 known children:

    1. William Henry Wallis was born on 24 November 1835 and his birth was registered at the Shover's Green Baptist Chapel in Wadhurst.  He was a 15 year old waggoner's mate when the 1851 census was recorded.

    2. Ellen Wallis was born about 1837/8 in Ticehurst.  She died on 1 April 1913 in Wadhurst and was buried there on 5 April 1913.  She was a 13 year old scholar in 1851 living with her parents.

      Ellen married George Mitten on 2 July 1854 in Wadhurst.

      George was born about 1829/30 in the parish of St. Michael in Lewes.  He died aged 63 years on 16 February 1893 in Wadhurst.  When the 1851 census was recorded he was a farm labourer at Great Pell in Wadhurst, the home of William Avery.

      The 1881 census records that the family were living at Pell Hill in Wadhurst and George was an agricultural labourer. 

      George and Ellen had the following children:

      1. Ann Mitten was born on 18 July 1854 in Ticehurst.  She married John Kemp on 26 August 1882 in Wadhurst.

      2. Elizabeth Mitten was born on 26 December 1855 in Wadhurst.  She died on 14 March 1889 in Wadhurst.  Elizabeth married Benjamin Thompsett on 28 February 1874 in Wadhurst.

      3. George William Mitten was born on 11 June 1858 in Wadhurst.  He died on 14 January 1944 in Wadhurst.  In 1881 he was an unmarried 22 year old agricultural labourer and he was the eldest of his siblings in the parental home.

        George married Elizabeth Burr on 23 December 1882 in Wadhurst.

      4. Mercy Mitten was born on 30 December 1860 in Wadhurst.  She died on 12 June 1950 in Tunbridge Wells.

        Mercy married Arthur Robert Corke on 12 June 1894 in Tunbridge Wells.

      5. Walter Mitten was born on 24 April 1864 in Wadhurst.  He died on 14 June 1921 in Goudhurst, Kent.  He was a 16 year old agricultural labourer in 1881.

        Walter married Annie Maria Harriet Davis on 18 April 1909 in Wadhurst.

      6. James Mitten was born on 17 January 1866 in Wadhurst.  He died on 17 January 1948 in Lamberhurst.  He was a 15 year old agricultural labourer in 1881.

        James married Philadelphia Barnes on 25 December 1893 in Westfield.

      7. William Henry Mitten was born on 28 March 1868 in Wadhurst.  He died on 6 June 1948 in Wadhurst.  He was a 13 year old scholar in 1881.

        William married Emma Martha Skinner on 23 December 1890 in Wadhurst.

      8. Thomas Mitten was born on 13 March 1869 in Wadhurst.  He died on 16 July 1869 in Wadhurst.

      9. Ellen Mary Mitten was born on 10 June 1870 in Wadhurst.  She died in 1957.  She was a 10 year old scholar in 1881.

        Ellen married Alfred Stevens on 24 December 1904 in South Acton, Middlesex.

      10. Fanny Mitten was born on 10 December 1871 in Ticehurst.  She was a 9 year old scholar in 1881.

        Fanny married George Harry Jordan on 24 October 1897 in Kent.

      11. Anne Mitten was born about 1874 in Ticehurst.  She was 7 in 1881 and staying with her grandparents when the census was recorded, although her surname was recorded as Millen in the on-line index.  She died on 14 May 1951 in Wadhurst.

        Anne married Charles Russell on 30 July 1906 in Wadhurst.

    3. James Wallis was born about 1840 in Ticehurst.  He was an 11 year old scholar in 1851.

      James married Mary Ann Golding in the first quarter of 1863 in the East Grinstead registration district.  She was born about 1842 in Lindfield, Sussex.

      When the 1881 census was recorded the couple were living in Chapel Cottages in Wadhurst and James was a gamekeeper.

      James and Mary Ann had 3 known children:

      1. William George Wallis was baptised on 31 July 1870 in Ticehurst.  When the 1881 census was recorded he was a 10 year old scholar.

      2. James Wallis was baptised on 30 March 1873 in Ticehurst, at which time his father was a labourer.  He was an 8 year old scholar in 1881.

      3. Mary Ann Wallis was born in the first quarter of 1879 in Wadhurst and baptised at the Stonegate parish church on 26 January 1879, at which time her father was a labourer of Wadhurst.  She was 2 years old when the 1881 census was recorded.

    4. Mary Ann Wallis was born about 1842 in Ticehurst.  She was a 9 year old scholar in 1851.

    5. Fanny Wallis was born about 1844 in Ticehurst.  In 1851 she was a 7 year old scholar living with her parents.  When the 1861 census was recorded she was a 17 year old servant living with her widowed grandmother, Ann Dadswell, in Wadhurst Village.  In 1881 she was a housemaid in Ticehurst.

  4. James Dadswell was baptised on 9 July 1831 in Wadhurst.  He died aged 48 years and his death was registered in the first quarter of 1880 in the Ticehurst registration district.  At the time of the 1861 census he was an unmarried 29 year old agricultural labourer living with his mother.

    James married Elizabeth Oliver on 24 August 1862 in the parish church of Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

    Elizabeth may have been baptised on 15 April 1838 in Etchingham, Sussex and have been the daughter of Frances Oliver.  She died in 1920.

    When the 1881 census was recorded Elizabeth was a charwoman living in Ticehurst village along with her 6 children.

    James and Elizabeth had the following children, although James may not have been the father of all of them:

    1. Ann Oliver was born about 1856 in Ticehurst.

    2. Fanny Oliver was born in May 1858.  She went by the surname of Oliver and Dadswell.  In 1881 Fanny Dadswell was an unmarried 23 year old servant in the home of William Wegg at 15 Hertford Street in London.

      Fanny married Francis Hartridge in about 1890 in Tunbridge Wells.

      Francis was born about 1863 in Pembury, Kent.

      When the 1901 census was recorded the couple were living in Tunbridge Wells and Francis was a gardener.  With them at that time was:

      1. Grace Hartridge was 11 years old when the 1901 census was recorded.  She may have been born in the fourth quarter of 1889 as Grace Dadswell.

    3. Mary Oliver

    4. Elizabeth Dadswell was baptised on 5 June 1864 in Ticehurst.  She died unmarried aged 23 years in July 1887.

    5. William John Dadswell was baptised on 15 July 1866 in Ticehurst.  He never married and was known as Uncle Willy.  In 1881 he was a 14 year old stableman and the eldest child at home.

    6. Caroline Kate Dadswell was born in the second quarter of 1868 in Ticehurst and baptised there on 21 June 1868.  She was a 12 year old scholar in 1881.

      Caroline married William Cornwell in the third quarter of 1894 in the Ticehurst district.

      William was born about 1867/8 in Wadhurst and was the son of John Cornwall (c1832-?) and Mary (c1832-?).

      In 1901 the family were living in Ticehurst and William was a gardener.  They had the following children with them in 1901:

      1. Percy Cornwell was born about 1896 in Ticehurst.

      2. Walter Cornwell was born about 1898 in Ticehurst.

      3. Alice Cornwell was born about 1899 in Ticehurst.

    7. Walter James Dadswell was born in the second quarter of 1870 in Ticehurst and baptised there on 29 May 1870.  He died on 1 September 1923.  He was an 11 year old scholar in 1881.

      Walter married Alice Leeves in the third quarter of 1898 in the Ticehurst district.

      Alice was born in about 1868 in Burwash and died 6 weeks after her husband on 24 October 1923.

      In 1901 the family were living in Ticehurst and Walter was a groom and gardener.

      They had 2 children:

      1. Florence Ellen Dadswell was born in the fourth quarter of 1898.  She died in 1916.  When the 1901 census was recorded she was 2 years old and living with her parents.

      2. Mabel Dadswell was born in the fourth quarter of 1901.  She died aged 24 years on 24 November 1925.

    8. Ellen Ida Dadswell was baptised on 28 January 1872 in Ticehurst.  She was a 9 year old scholar in 1881.

    9. Frances Dadswell was baptised on 29 August 1875 in Ticehurst.  She died in 1968.  She was a 5 year old scholar in 1881.

      Frances married George Chapman in 1900.

      They had 5 children:

      1. Harold Chapman was born and died in 1903.

      2. John Chapman

      3. Guy Chapman

      4. Frederick Chapman

      5. Sydney Chapman

    10. Emily Grace Dadswell was baptised on 15 July 1877 in Ticehurst.  She died aged 3 years in the fourth quarter of 1880 in the Ticehurst district.

    11. Alice Dadswell was born in the fourth quarter of 1878 in Ticehurst and baptised there on 1 December 1878.  She died aged 2 years and her death was registered in the second quarter of 1881 in the Ticehurst district.  She was 2 years old when the 1881 census was recorded and living with her mother and siblings.

 

 

Census Transcripts

1841 - Town, Wadhurst, Sussex (HO107/1116/8, folio 9, page 9)

Robt Dadswell, 50, Labourer, born in Sussex

Ann Dadswell, 45

Jno Dadswell, 25, Labourer

James Dadswell, 10

 

1841 - Lower Cottage, Rotherfield, Sussed

Edward Dadswell, 30, Ag Lab, born in Sussex

Sophia Dadswell, 20, born in Sussex

Frances Dadswell, 5, born in Sussex

Ann Maplesden, 70, Ind, born in Sussex

 

1851 - Town, Wadhurst, Sussex (HO107/1639, folio 325, page 17)

Robert Dadswell, Head, Mar, 69, Pauper Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

Ann Dadswell, Wife, Mar, 56, born Sussex Wadhurst

Henry Wallis, Lodger, Unm, 25, Ag Lab, born Sussex Ticehurst

 

1851 - Brookhouse, Rotherfield, Sussex (HO107/1640, folio 100, page 2)

Joseph Wickens, Head, Widr, 75, Farmer of ?70 acres (employing 12 Lab), born Sussex Rotherfield

William Wickens, Son, Mar, 36, Farmer son employ on the farm, born Sussex Rotherfield

Mary Elizth Wickens, Daur in law, 33, born Sussex Mayfield

George Wickens, Grandson, 7, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

Margrate Wickens, Grand Daur, 5, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

Mary Wickens, Grand Daur, 3, born Sussex Rotherfield

Henry Wickens, Grandson, 1, born Sussex Rotherfield

Emily Dadswell, Serv, U, 21, Genl Serv, born Sussex Rotherfield

Robert Dadswell, Serv, U, 47, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

James Maynard, Serv, U, 23, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

Benjamin Wickens, Serv, U, 17, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

John Muddle, Serv, U, 17, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

1851 - Gillham's Birch, Rotherfield, Sussex (HO107/1640, folio 132, page 18)

Edward Dadswell, Head, Mar, 42, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

Sophia Dadswell, Wife, Mar, 29, born Sussex Rotherfield

Harriet Dadswell, Daur, 8, born Sussex Rotherfield

Herbert Dadswell, Son, 3, born Sussex Rotherfield

Ann Rogers, Lodger, W, 78, Pauper (Ag Lab) widow, born Rotherfield

 

1861 - Village, Wadhurst, Sussex (RG9/572, folio 9, page 11)

Ann Dadswell, Head, Wid, 69, formerly Ag Lab wife, born Sussex Wadhurst

James Dadswell, Son, Un, 29, Ag Lab, born Sussex Wadhurst

Fanny Wallis, Grand Daur, Un, 17, Servant, born Sussex Ticehurst

Ann Oliver, Visitor, 5, born Sussex Ticehurst

 

1861 - Pindhurst, Rotherfield, Sussex (RG9/574, folio 41, page 9)

Edward Dadswell, Head, Mar, 52, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

Sophia Dadswell, Wife, 40, born Sussex Rotherfield

Harriot Dadswell, Daur, 18, born Sussex Rotherfield

Herbert Dadswell, Son, 13, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

1871 - Marlings, Rotherfield, Sussex (RG10/1050, folio 34, page 5)

Edward Dadswell, Head, Mar, 63, Small Farmer 6 acres, born Sussex Rotherfield

Sophia Dadswell, Wife, Mar, 47, born Sussex Rotherfield

Herbert Dadswell, Son, Unm 23, Ag Lab, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

1881 - Marlings, Rotherfield, Sussex (RG11/1050, folio 31, page 4)

Edward Dadswell, Head, Mar, 73, Farm Labourer, born Sussex Rotherfield

Sophia P. Dadswell, Wife, Mar, 57, born Sussex Rotherfield

Elizabeth Hemsley, Servant, Unm, 18, Domestic Servant, born Sussex Buxted

next household at Marlings

Herbert Dadswell, Head, Mar, 33, ?layer's Labourer, born Sussex Rotherfield (could be Bricklayer or Platelayer)

Esther Rhoda Dadswell, Wife, Mar, 33, born Sussex Rotherfield

Rose Dadswell, Daur, 7, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

Amos Dadswell, Son, 4, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

1881 - 19 Thomas Street, Tonbridge, Kent (RG11/915, folio 70, page 24)

William Millen, Head, Mar, 37, Tayler (Journeyman), born Sussex Mayfield

Sarah E. Millen, Wife, Mar, 41, born Middlesex London

William Slade, Brother-in-law, Unm, 42, Shoeing Smith, born Middlesex London

Fanny Malyon, Boarder, W, 42, General Servant (out of Employ), born Rotherfield Sussex

Thomas Malyon, Boarder, 12, Scholar, born ?(Boars Head?) Sussex

 

1891 - ? Cottage, Frant, Sussex (RG12/781, folio 51, page 8)

Amos Dadswell, Head, M, 50, Agricultural Labourer, born Rotherfield Sussex

Harriet Dadswell, Wife, M, 48, born Rotherfield Sussex

Sophia Dadswell, Widow, S, 68, born Rotherfield Sussex

Alfred Dadswell, Son, S, 18, Agricultural Labourer, born Pembury Kent

 

1891 - Marlings, Rotherfield, Sussex (RG12/782, folio 27, page 1)

Herbert Dadswell, Head, M, 43, Railway Labourer, born Sussex Rotherfield

Esther Dadswell, Wife, M, 43, born Sussex Rotherfield

Rose Dadswell, Daur, S, 17, born Sussex Rotherfield

Amos Dadswell, Son, 14, Railway Booking Clerk, born Sussex Rotherfield

Harriet Dadswell, Daur, 9, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

William Dadswell, Son, 7, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

Fanny Dadswell, Daur, 5, Scholar, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

1901 - Marlings Cottage, Rotherfield, Sussex (RG13/897, folio 15, page 21)

Herbert Dadswell, Head, M, 53, Farmer & Ganger on Railway, worker, at home, born Sussex Rotherfield

Edith R. Dadswell, Wife, M, 53, born Sussex Rotherfield

Harriett E. Dadswell, Daur, S, 19, born Sussex Rotherfield

William A. Dadswell, Son, S, 17, Farmers Son, worker, born Sussex Rotherfield

Fanny Dadswell, Daur, S, 15, born Sussex Rotherfield

 

 

I have taken the following from:  http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/SURNAMES/1995-10/0812680505

 

Richard Pilbeam (1785-1858) married Mercy Card (1789-1867) on 24 April 1811 in Rotherfield.  They had the following children:

  1. George Pilbeam (1812-aft 1871) married Eliza Lucy Hilder (1813-aft 1871)

  2. Mary Pilbeam (1814-?) married Thomas James Histed (1807-1869)

  3. Esther / Hester Pilbeam (1817-1849) married William Nash

  4. William Pilbeam (1819-?) married Harriet Holmwood (1822-?)

  5. Richard Pilbeam (1822-1866) married Eliza Allcorn (1825-?)

  6. Sophia Pilbeam (1824-?) married Edward Dadswell (1808-?)

  7. James Pilbeam (1827-?)

  8. Thomas Pilbeam (1830-aft 1871) married Anna Maria Card (1830-aft 1871)

  9. Charles Pilbeam (1834-1860)

 

Many thanks to the following for additions to this page

Alan Box          Jonathan          Deborah Jeff          Barbara Nethercott

Jeremy Wallis - click on his name to visit his web site

BALDOCK          DADSWELL          KITCHENHAM

This page was updated on 20 May 2012