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George GADSBY (1683-1746)

and Elizabeth NORDEN (c1685-1707)

and Elizabeth BURGESS (c1690-?)

 

George Gadsbe and Elizabeth Norden married on 5 or 25 April 1706 in Isfield, Sussex.  They were both then of Isfield.  George then married Elizabeth Burgess on 29 April 1714 in Little Horsted, Sussex.  George and Elizabeth were my 6x Great Grandparents.   5 138 (Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)

George Gadsbe was baptised on 8 July 1683 in Little Horsted, Sussex.  He was the son of Edward Gadsby (c1650-1718) and Joan (c1650-1728).  He was buried on 7 May 1746 in Isfield, Sussex, at which time he was of Ringmer, Sussex.  George died intestate and his wife was granted administration of his estate.

Elizabeth Norden's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.  She was buried on 3 June 1707 in Isfield and the burial register noted that she was the wife of George Gadsbe.

Elizabeth Burgess's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.  If she was say, 16 when she married in 1714, then she was born no later than 1698.  If her youngest child was born in 1737, then presumably she was born no earlier than 1690.  I would think it more likely she was about 21 when she married, therefore, born about 1693.

Elizabeth Gadsby was buried in Ringmer on 14 February 1775.

There is a suggestion that the Elizabeth Gadsby, widow who died in 1775 was in some way related to the Aynscombe and/or Martin families, from whom it would seem she inherited property.  It is also suggested she may have been the eldest daughter of Robert Aynscombe (?-1711) and Mary Putland (1672-1727) who had a daughter Elizabeth baptised in 1700.  However, this would make her to young to have married a Burgess before marrying George in 1714.  Unless, George's second wife died and he remarried or set up home with a third Elizabeth?  If they were not married might this explain why his younger children were not baptised as infants?

 

 

George Gadsby and Elizabeth Norden had 1 known child:

  1. Anne Gadsby was born on 25 May and baptised on 27 May 1707 in Isfield.

    Anne married William Dyne on 22 April 1731 in Little Horsted.

    William was baptised on 9 December 1706 in Framfield, Sussex and was the son of William Dine and Elizabeth Garrett.

    William and Anne had 7 known children:

    1. Mary Dine was baptised on 31 January 1731/2 in Little Horstead.

    2. Elizabeth Dine was baptised on 26 December 1733 in Little Horsted.

    3. Anne Dyne was baptised on 30 November 1735 in Little Horsted.

    4. Sarah Dine was baptised on 3 April 1738 in Little Horstead.  She may have been buried on 29 June 1796 in Little Horsted.

      Sarah married William Stephens by banns on 14 February 1763 in Little Horsted.

      William may have been buried on 7 October 1780 in Little Horsted.

      William and Sarah had the following children:

      1. Anne Stephens was baptised on 12 February 1764 in Little Horsted.  Ann may have married William Ridge by banns on 2 February 1786 in Uckfield.  She was a spinster and he a bachelor and they were both of Uckfield.  The witnesses to their marriage were Thomas Alchin and Jane Head.

      2. Mary Stephens was baptised on 10 August 1766 in Little Horsted.  Mary may have married Thomas Lidword by banns on 8 March 1792 in Uckfield.  She was a spinster and he a bachelor and they were both of Uckfield.

      3. Charles Stephens was baptised in 19 May 1769 in Little Horsted.  Charles may have married Elizabeth Marshal by banns on 5 May 1792 in Uckfield.  They were both then of Uckfield.  The witnesses to their marriage were Edward Badcock and Sarah Jessop.

      4. Sarah Stevens was baptised on 31 May 1772 in Little Horsted.

      5. Elizabeth Stevens was baptised on 26 February 1775 in Little Horsted.  Elizabeth may have married William Brown by banns on 25 February 1794 in Little Horsted.  William was from Buxted.

      6. Lucy Stevens was baptised on 7 March 1779 in Little Horsted.

    5. William Dine was baptised on 14 March 1745/6 in Little Horstead.

    6. Lucy Dine was baptised on 25 October 1747 in Little Horsted and buried there as an infant on 30 November 1747.

    7. John Dine was baptised on 19 February 1748/9 in Little Horsted.  He may have been buried on 22 May 1808 in Little Horsted.  The burial register noted he was from Cliffe in Lewes.

 

George Gadsby and Elizabeth Burgess may have had the following children:

  1. Thomas Gadsby was born and baptised on 24 January 1714/5 in Isfield. and buried there on 8 June 1731 in Isfield.  The burial register noted that he was the son of George Gadsby of Ringmire.

  2. Sarah Gadsby was born and baptised on 9 October 1716 in Isfield.  She was buried on 12 January 1753 in Ringmer.

    Sarah married John Ellman on 5 November 1747 in Ringmer.

    John may have married widow Sarah Cosens on 5 March 1756 in South Malling, Sussex.  He was then of Ringmer.

    John may have been buried on 3 March 1782 in Ringmer.

    John and Sarah had the following children:

    1. John Ellman was baptised on 20 March 1747/8 in Ringmer.  John married Elizabeth Warder on 24 November 1777 in Ringmer.

    2. Richard Ellman was baptised on 2 February 1748/9 in Ringmer.  Richard married Lucy Kennard on 24 April 1781 in West Firle.

  3. George Gadsby was born and baptised on 16 September 1718 in Isfield and buried there on 23 August 1721.  The burial register noted he was the son of George.

  4. Susan Gadsby may have been part of this family.  Susan married Robert Woodhame by licence on 12 January 1742/3 in Withyham, Sussex.  She was then of Ringmer, Sussex.

  5. Elizabeth Gadsby was born about 1725/6.  She was baptised on 6 March 1746/7 in Ringmer.  The baptism register note that she was about 21 years old and the wife of William Tippens.  She may have been buried on 7 May 1803 in Ringmer.

    Elizabeth married William Tippens on 29 September 1746 in Ringmer.

    William was baptised on 4 April 1725 in Ringmer and was the son of David Tippens and Mary Herring.  He may have been buried on 27 December 1780 in Ringmer, as William Tipping.

    William and Elizabeth had the following children:

    1. William Tippens was baptised on 5 April 1747 in Ringmer.

    2. Edmund Tippens was baptised on 5 December 1748 in Ringmer.

    3. David Tippens was baptised on 25 November 1750 in Ringmer.

    4. John Tippens was privately baptised on 11 March 1752 in Ringmer and received into the church on 26 March.

    5. Henry Tippens was baptised on 19 June 1757 in Ringmer.

    6. Maria Tipping was baptised on 10 May 1761 in Ringmer.

  6. Edward Gadsby was born about 1730.  He was baptised aged 20 years on 2 December 1750 in Ringmer, Sussex.  The names of his parents were not recorded against his baptism.  The Broyle enclosure papers confirm that Edward was the son of Elizabeth.  He was buried on 19 April 1785 in Brighton.  Edward Gadsby of Brighton left a will in 1785.

    Edward married Mary Boniface by banns on 24 December 1768 in Brighton.  They were both then of Brighton, but the marriage register records that Edward was formerly of Ringmer.  As a widow Mary Gadsby married Henry Michell by licence on 12 November 1787 in Brighton.  He was then a bachelor and they were both of Brighton.

  7. John Gadsby was born about 1731.  He was baptised aged 17 years on 15 January 1748/9 in Rinmger.  The names of his parents were not recorded against his baptism.  He may have died in Fletching and have been buried on 19 September 1753 in Isfield.

  8. Lucy Gadsby, my 5x Great Grandmother, was born about 1737.  She was baptised aged 16 years on 24 April 1753 in Ringmer.  The names of her parents were not recorded against her baptism.  She married Charles French in 1764.  (They have their own page.)

  9. William Gadsby was baptised on 10 June 1762 in Ringmer.  The names of his parents were not recorded against his baptism.  However, the deeds of the Wellingham papers note he was the youngest son of George and Elizabeth.  He died between 1779 and 1783.

    William inherited the Old Ship in Ringmer after his mother's death and he sold the property soon after to his tenant Henry Duffield (ref. John Kay).

    William married Elizabeth Boniface by licence on 12 January 1764 in Upper Beeding, Sussex.  He was then a bachelor and she a widow.  The witnesses to their marriage were Thomas Ellman and Ralph Moor.

    William and Elizabeth had 6 known children:

    1. John Gadsby was baptised on 7 July 1765 in Upper Beeding.

    2. William Gadsby was baptised on 16 October 1767 in Upper Beeding.

    3. George Gadsby was baptised on 3 November 1770 in Upper Beeding.

    4. Sarah Gadsby was baptised on 31 May 1773 in Upper Beeding.

    5. Mary Gadsby was baptised on 24 March 1776 in Old Shoreham, Sussex.  She was buried on 3 January 1803 in Portslade, Sussex.

      Mary married Samuel Godsmark on 15 May 1799 in Kingston-by-Sea, Sussex.  She was then a spinster and he a bachelor of Portslade.

      Samuel was born about 1774/5.  He died aged 55 years and was buried on 15 April 1829 in Portslade.

      Samuel and Mary had the following children:

      1. William Godsmark was baptised on 21 September 1800 in Portslade.  He died aged 29 years and was buried on 2 October 1829 in Portslade.

        William married Sarah Whitpaine by banns on 15 August 1827 in Portslade.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster.

        Sarah was baptised on 11 January 1798 in Portslade and was the daughter of William Whitpaine and Mary Boniface.  She died aged 33 years and was buried on 15 April 1831 in Portslade.

      2. Samuel Godsmark was baptised on 3 October 1802 in Portslade.  He died aged 20 years and was buried on 4 September 1822 in Portslade.

      As a widower of Portslade, Samuel married Judith Goatcher by licence on 3 June 1805 in Ashurst, Sussex.  She was then a spinster of Ashurst.  Their marriage licence was issued on 1 June 1804 by the Archdeaconry of Chichester, which noted that Samuel was a farmer and widower of Portslade aged 29 years and upwards, and Judith was a spinster of Ashurst aged 20 years and upwards.  She married with the consent of John Goacher.  Surety for the licence was provided by Samuel himself and George Vinall a shopkeeper of Henfield.

      Judith was baptised on 12 November 1784 in Ashurst and was the daughter of John Goacher and Sarah Jeffery.

    6. Susannah Gadsby was baptised on 19 June 1779 in Upper Beeding.

    Previously as Elizabeth Budd she had married Richard Boniface by licence on 5 June 1759 in Upper Beeding.  She married with the consent of her father Thomas Budd.  The witnesses to their marriage were Thomas Budd and Martha Peters.

    Richard Boniface was buried on 30 May 1761 in Upper Beeding.

    Elizabeth may have been baptised on 14 January 1740 in Kingston-by-Sea, Sussex and have been the daughter of Thomas Budd and Mary Goddard.  She died aged 66 years and was buried on 27 August 1807 in Steyning, Sussex.

    Richard and Elizabeth had the following daughter:

    1. Elizabeth Boniface was baptised on 2 November 1759 in Upper Beeding.

    As a widow, Elizabeth Gadsesby married John Butcher by licence on 3 March 1783 in Upper Beeding.  He was then a widower from Steyning.  The witnesses to their marriage were Richard Trangmer and George Eade.

    John may have died aged 72 years and have been buried on 16 June 1805 in Steyning, therefore, born about 1733.

 

Might those children who were baptised as teenagers be the children of George and Elizabeth (nee Aynscombe)?

 

A Lucy Gadsby was buried on 22 March 1812 in Kingston, near Lewes. Sussex.

 

BURGESS          GADSBY          NORDEN

This page was updated on 17 May 2012