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James GOBLE (1765-1828)

and Hetty PERYER (1767-1859)

 

St. James, Heyshott, circa 1905 - from http://www.westsussexpast.org.uk/pictures/index.htmlJames Goble and Hetty Peryer may have been my 4x Great Grandparents or step 4x Great Grandparents.  (Click here to see their possible place in my pedigree chart.)  They married by banns on 21 September 1786 in Heyshott, Sussex, as James Gobell and Hettice Peryer.  At the time of their marriage James was of Graffham and Hetty of Heyshott.  They both made their X marks.  The witnesses to their marriage were John Peryer and John Tiller who both signed their names.

James Goble was baptised on 10 November 1765 in Selham, Sussex.  He was the son of William Goble and Ann.  He died aged 62 years and was buried on 29 June 1828 in Graffham.

It has been said that Selham James married Sarah Ansell in 1793 in West Dean, Sussex.  But I believe that James Goble was baptised in Funtington in 1767.

Hetty Peryer was baptised on 16 July 1767 in Easebourne, Sussex.  She was the eldest child and daughter of 5 117 John Peryer (1737-1816) and 5 117 Elizabeth Scardfield (?-1823).  She was also known as Hester and Hettice.  On 22 June 1789 Hetty was a witness to the marriage of her sister Ann Peryer, in Heyshott.

As a widow, Henrietta Goble married George White on 5 December 1831 in Haslemere, Surrey.  When the 1841 and 1851 census were recorded she was living with the family of her daughter Jane.  The death of Henrietta White was registered in the fourth quarter of 1859 in the Midhurst registration district.

 

James Goble and Hetty Peryer had 9 known children:

  1. Charlotte Goble was baptised on 9 December 1787 in Heyshott.

    Charlotte married James Hilyer by banns on 24 December 1808 in Easebourne.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster and they both made their X marks.  The witnesses were Richard Boxall, who signed his name, and Ann Hilton who made her X mark.  (Richard Boxall may have been born in 1784 and have been Charlotte’s cousin.  Ann Hilton (1792-?) was probably Charlotte’s cousin, as Hetty’s sister Ann married 5 117 Moses Hilton in 1789.)

    James was born about 1783, according to the IGI.

  2. Ann Goble was baptised on 31 August 1790 in Singleton, Sussex.

    As Ann Gobel, a spinster, she may  have married William White, a bachelor, by banns on 15 May 1813 in Midhurst.  At the time they were both of Midhurst.  The witnesses to their marriage were Charles Voke and Henry Pitman.  Another Ann Goble married William Hall by banns on 10 February 1812 in Midhurst, Sussex.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster, they were both of Midhurst and both made their X marks.  The witnesses were Dina Goble and Henry Pitman But, a Dinah Goble was baptised in 1798 and an Ann Goble in 1786, both in Selham, Sussex, and both the daughters of Richard Goble (1762-?) and Sarah King.  So I would think it more likely that 1786 rather than 1790 Ann, married William Hall.

  3. John Goble was baptised on 25 November 1792 in Singleton.

    John may have married Charlotte Gates by banns on 11 November 1816 in Easebourne.  At the time of their marriage John was a bachelor and Charlotte a spinster.  They both made their X marks.  The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Cook (signed) and Thomas Mosely (mark).  I have not found any children for John and Charlotte listed in the IGI.

    Charlotte may have been baptised on 7 February 1790 in Midhurst, as the daughter of Henry Gates and Sarah Piper.

  4. Priss Goble was baptised on 26 July 1795 in Heyshott.  She was also known as Priscilla.  She may have died aged 68 years and her death registered in the first quarter 1868 in the Petersfield registration district, by the name of Priscilla Court.

    Priscilla married Henry Court by banns on 25 July 1815 in Lodsworth, Sussex.  They were both of Lodsworth and made their X marks.  The witnesses were William Comper (signed) and Elizabeth Wingham (mark).

    Henry was baptised on 3 April 1796 in Haselmere, Surrey and was the son of Henry Court and Elizabeth Kitchall.  (Another Henry Court was baptised on 3 April 1787 in Midhurst and was the son of Charles Court (1757-?) and Elizabeth Whitcombe.  He died aged 89 years and his death was registered in the fourth quarter 1874 in the Midhurst registration district.  That Henry married Fanny Waller on 23 January 1810 in Nuthurst, Sussex.  Henry and Fanny had 7 known children between 1810 and 1831.  Their youngest son, also Henry, was living in Midhurst in 1881, although he had been born in Horsham, Sussex.)

    The 1841 census records that Henry and Priscilla were living alone in Flexford, Wanborough, Surrey.  In 1851 Henry was lodging at Hook Farm House in Bosham, Sussex.  Priscilla was then living alone in East Dean, Sussex, where she was a 55 year old charwoman.  They were both described in the census as married.  When the 1861 census was recorded Henry and Priscilla were living at House Wagon in East Dean.  Henry was then a 66 year old agricultural labourer.  Also with them on census night was Henry White an unmarried 21 year old labourer who had been born in Rogate.

  5. Elizabeth Goble was baptised on 29 January 1798 in Heyshott.

  6. Jane Goble was baptised on 25 May 1800 in Heyshott.

    Jane married George White by banns on 27 December 1819 in Heyshott.  They were both of Heyshott and both made their X marks.  The witnesses were James Goble (mark) and George Marshall (signed).

    George was baptised on 12 December 1790 in Harting, Sussex and was the son of George White and Elizabeth Shier.  He died aged 63 years and was buried on 26 April 1852 in Rogate, Sussex.

    When the 1841 census was recorded the family were living at Durdley Marsh in Rogate and George was a 50 year old agricultural labourer.  Jane's age was then recorded as 43 years.  Also with the family in 1841 was 60 year old Hennerita White.  They were still at Durdley Marsh in 1851 along with 3 sons and 85 year old mother-in-law Henerita White who had been born in Heyshott.

    George and Jane had 10 known children: 

    1. George White was baptised on 11 April 1820 in Harting, Sussex, at which time his father was a labourer of West Harting.  In 1841 he was an agricultural labourer living next door to his parents, along with 21 year old Mary Ann.

    2. James White was baptised on 14 December 1823 in Harting, at which time his father was a labourer of West Harting.  He was an unmarried 29 year old agricultural labourer in 1851 and he was then living with his parents and younger brothers.  In 1881 he was an agricultural labourer living at Durford Cottage, Harting, along with wife Elizabeth White aged 47, son Harry White aged 8 and 1 year old visitor William Marshall.

    3. William White was baptised on 4 April 1824 in Harting, when his father was a labourer of West Harting.  He died aged 6 weeks and was buried on 14 April 1824 in Harting.

    4. David White was baptised 0n 22 May 1825 in Harting, when his father was a labourer of West Harting.  He married Emma Bridger on 6 October 1847 in Rogate, Sussex.  She was born about 1824 in Rogate.  In 1881 David was a domestic gardener living at Hazel Cottage, Sheet, Hampshire along with wife Emma and daughter Ellen Kate White aged 9 years.

    5. Edmund White was baptised on 21 January 1827 in Harting, when his father was a labourer of West Harting.

    6. Mary White was baptised on 20 September 1829 in Harting, when her father was a labourer of West Harting.  In 1841 she was a 12 year old living with her parents.

    7. Thomas White was baptised on 2 September 1832 in Harting, at which time his father was a labourer of West Harting.  He was 9 years old in 1841.  In 1851 he was a 19 year old agricultural labourer.

    8. Harriot White was baptised on 10 May 1835 in Harting, when her father was a labourer of West Harting.  She died aged 11 months and was buried on 30 March 1836 in Harting.

    9. John White was baptised on 25 February 1838 in Harting, when his father was a labourer of West Harting.  He died aged 3 months and was buried on 8 May 1838 in Harting.

    10. Henry White was baptised on 4 July 1841 in Rogate.  He was 1 day old when the 1841 census was recorded.  In 1851 he was a 9 year old agricultural labourer.  When the 1861 census was recorded he was a 21 year old agricultural labourer visiting his aunt Priscilla in East Dean.

    Could George White married to Jane Goble, be related to the William White who may have married Jane's sister Ann Goble (above)?

  7.  James Goble was baptised on 12 December 1802 in Heyshott.

  8. William Goble was baptised on 21 April 1805 in Heyshott.

  9. George Goble was born on 31 December 1807 (as per the baptism register) and baptised on 10 February 1808 in Midhurst, Sussex.  He  married 5 31 Sarah Baxter (1816-1880) in about 1840.  (They have their own page.)

 

 

NOTES

 

Other James Gobles born between 1760 and 1765, as follows:

  1. James Goble was baptised on 14 February 1760 in Terwick, Sussex the son of James Goble and Mary Wellar who married on 26 December 1754 in Iping, Sussex.  He or his father may have married Mary Lucas on 5 November 1788 in Rogate, Sussex.  James was then a widower and Mary a widow and they were both of Rogate.

  2. James Goble was baptised on 21 December 1760 in Sompting, Sussex.  He was the son of John Goble and Mary.

  3. James Goble was baptised on 27 February 1763 in Easebourne, Sussex the son of John Goble and Elizabeth White who married on 25 June 1758 in Easebourne.  He married Rebecca Suter on 29 October 1792 in Easebourne.  James and Rebecca had 7 known children:  Louisa Goble (1796-1865), Frederic Goble (1798-?), Sendronia Goble (1800-?), Henry Goble (1803-?), George Goble (1806-?), Henry Goble (1808-?) and Edward Goble (1808-?).  When the 1841 census was recorded James and Rebecca were living in Priory Cottages in Easebourne.

  4. James Goble was baptised as James Gowby on 20 January 1767 in Funtington, Sussex, and was the son of James Goebye (c1735-1812) and Elizabeth Collimar (1739-1811).

  5. James Goble was born about 1764 and married Ann Stanford on 23 April 1795 in Storrington, Sussex by licence dated 21 April 1795.  James was of Storrington (3 years), a farmer, a bachelor and aged 31 years.  Ann was also of Storrington (12 years) and was a widow aged 33 years.  So where was this James Goble born/baptised?  The sponsors of the marriage licence were James himself and Charles Barnard a farmer of Pulborough.

  6. The 1841 census records that a 75 year old James Goble was living in North Street, Petworth, the home of John Buck and Ann Buck both aged 25 years.  John Buck had married Ann Luff on 14 April 1836 in Kirdford.

 

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This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012