was baptised on 12 October 1783 in Pulborough. He married
Jane Worner in
1810. (They have their own page.)
Sarah Doick was baptised on 11 September 1785 in
As Sarah Doick she married John Biggs by
banns on 2 June 1808 in Petworth, Sussex.
John Dowick was baptised on 28 October 1787 in Pulborough.
John died aged 73 years and 11 months and was buried as John
Doick on 27 September 1861 in Pulborough.
As John Doick he married Avice Nutley by
banns on 26 January 1811 in Pulborough. The witnesses to their
marriage were Richard Nutley and James Collins.
Avice died aged 73 years and was buried on 14 February 1863 in Pulborough.
She may have been baptised as Avice Netley on 7 June
1789 in Pulborough, the daughter of Thomas Netley and
Ann Henson, or on 24 February 1788 in Pulborough, the
daughter of Benjamin Netley and Abigail Gumbrel.
In 1841, 53 year old John Doick was a bargeman and living
with his 52 year old wife Avice in Lower Street,
Pulborough. Also with them was 22 year old Mary Doick
a schoolmistress and not born in Sussex, 4 girls aged between 6 and 12,
and 15 year old servant Thomas Brokes. When the
1851 census was recorded the couple were living in Pulborough.
John was a 63 year old bargeman master, employing 1 man. Avice was
61. The 1861 census records the couple were living in Lower
Street, Pulborough. John was a 73 year old former bargeman and
Avice was 72. They both gave their place of birth as Pulborough.
Ann Doick was baptised on 28 February 1790 in Pulborough.
As Ann Doick she may have married George Twine
by banns on 31 January 1814 in Felpham, Sussex. George was a
bachelor of Eastergate and Ann a spinster of Felpham.
Avice Doick was baptised on 29 April 1792 in Pulborough.
William Doick was baptised on 19 October 1794 in
Pulborough. He died aged 74 years and was buried on 30 June 1868
in Arundel, by the name of William Doick.
On 21 April 1821 a bastardy order/bond was issued in respect of a female
child born on 2 March 1821 to Elizabeth Clear a single
woman. The putative father was named as William Dowick
a bargeman. The child was born at the house of James Scutt
in Coldwaltham or Pulborough.
As William Dowick he married Elizabeth Clear
by banns on 1 April 1823 in Pulborough. The witnesses to their
marriage were James Lidbetter and James
When the 1851 census was recorded the couple were living at Park Place in
Arundel along with their son Thomas. William was then a 56 year
old bargeman and Elizabeth was 54. They all gave their place of
birth as Pulborough.
In 1861, William was a 66 year old bargeman and Elizabeth was 63 and they
were living in the Poor House, Arundel, along with their married son
Thomas and his family.
Elizabeth died aged 73 years and was buried on 12 February 1871 in
Arundel, by the name of Elizabeth Doick.
William and Elizabeth had the following children:
Mary Clear was born on 2 March 1821 and baptised on 20
April 1821 in Pulborough. The baptism register noted that she was
the baseborn daughter of Elizabeth Clear.
Thomas Doick was baptised on 5 October 1823 in
Pulborough. The baptism register noted that his father was a
bargeman. He was baptised on the same day as Fanny White,
daughter of Edmund White, a bargeman, and Mary
Saunders. In 1851 Thomas was an unmarried 27 year old labourer and
living with his parents.
Ancestry.co.uk has note that a 14 year old Thomas Doick
of Sussex was sentenced to imprisonment on 4 July 1839.
Unfortunately my subscription to the site is not sufficient to enable me
to view the original document, so I don't know if it is the Thomas
baptised in 1823 or another one, nor do I know his crime.
Thomas married Susan Rowe by banns on 19 April 1852 in
Arundel. He was a 27 year old bachelor and labourer, and she was a
24 year old spinster. Their fathers were named as William
Doick a labourer and George Rowe a bricklayer.
The witnesses to their marriage were John Downer and
When the 1861 census was recorded Thomas was a 38 year old bricklayer's
labourer and Susan was 32. He was born in Pulborough and she in
Arundel. Also with them were 3 of their children.
Thomas and Susan had the following children:
William Doick was born about 1854 in Arundel.
A transcript of the Arundel baptism register records that a
William Glossup son of Thomas Glossup and
Hannah was baptised on 30 July 1854.
He was a 7 year old scholar in 1861.
Alice Doick was baptised on 24 April 1859 in
Arundel. She was 2 years old in 1861.
Maria Doick was baptised on 31 March 1861 in
Arundel. She was 2 months old at the time of the 1861 census.
Edward Doick was baptised on 31 Mary 1863 in
Eliza Agnes Doick was baptised on 27 August 1865 in
George Doick was baptised on 28 July 1867 in
James Doick was baptised on 26 June 1870 in
Charles Doick was baptised on 26 March 1797 in Pulborough.
He died aged 57 years and was buried on 3 June 1854 in Arundel, by the
name of Charles Doick. In 1841
he was a 42 year old blacksmith and living at the Swan Inn in Arundel
with his married sister Mary. When the 1851 census was recorded he
was an unmarried 52 year old bargeman and he was living with his sister
Mary in the High Street, Arundel.
Thomas Doick was baptised on 10 November 1799 in
Pulborough. He married
in 1823. (They have their own page.)
Mary Doick was baptised on 14
March 1802 in Pulborough.
As Mary Doick she married Richard Lillywhite
on 2 August 1838 in Fittleworth. He was a widower and she a
spinster of Aldingbourne (as per the Sussex marriage index). Their
fathers were named as Thomas Lillywhite and
John Doick a bargeman.
When the 1841 census was recorded, 60 year old Richard and 40 year old
Mary were living at the Swan Inn in Arundel, Sussex, where Richard was
the publican. Also with the couple on census night were
George Hichan a 22 year old bargeman, Charles Doick
42 and 24 year old Thomas Hills.
In 1851 the couple were living in the High Street, Arundel. Richard
was then a 77 year old licence victuraller and Mary was 49. Mary's
brother Charles was living with them at the time. Also with them
were their unmarried 34 year old niece Ann Biggs, 5
year niece Eliza Marshall who were both born in
Fittleworth, 47 year old servant George Hopkins from
Arundel, and 2 lodgers, namely 49 year old
Mills and 12 year old Bridger Mills who
were both drivers of cattle from Pulborough.
Richard died aged 78 years and was buried on 20 July 1852 in Arundel.
As a 51 year old widow, Mary Lillywhite married
James Brown by licence on 29 September 1853 in Arundel.
He was a 56 year old widower and builder from Aldingbourne and she was
an inn keeper. Their fathers were named as William Brown
a carpenter and John Doick a bargeman. The
witnesses to their marriage were Thomas Piper and