Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Ann BUCK (c1665-1735)
were my 6x Great Grandparents.
(Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.) They married
on 14 May 1685 at the parish church of St. John sub Castro in Lewes,
date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me. He was buried on 5 January
1714/5 in Henfield, Sussex. Might he have been baptised on 17 October
1644 in West Grinstead the son of
and Joan Penfold who married in 1644? Or was he the son of William
Grant and Elizabeth Hilton who married in 1645, both
marriages took place in West Grinstead, Sussex. Or was he baptised on
5 August 1650 in Storrington, Sussex, the son of Thomas Grant
and Elizabeth Lambe.
date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me. She was buried on 21 August
1735 in Henfield. She doesn't appear to have been baptised in Henfield,
although a William Buck was baptised there on 20 December
1666, the son of William Buck.
John Grant and Ann Buck
had 11 known children:
was born on 18 July and baptised on 26
July 1685 in Henfield and buried there on 26 August 1685.
was baptised on 10 October 1686 in
Henfield. He married
in 1724. (They have their own page.)
was born on 14 August 1688 and baptised on
26 August 1688 in Henfield.
Mary may have married
by licence on 16 December 1712 in
Henfield, but there was another
Grant born in 1682. Their marriage licence was issued on 15 December 1712 by
the Archdeaconry of Lewes, which recorded that Mary was a spinster of
Henfield and Henry of Shermanbury.
Henry was baptised on 12 January
1679/80 in Shermanbury and was the son
William Denman (1636-?) and
Susan Godsmark (1640-?). Henry
had previously married
Mary Woolvin by licence dated 4 June 1706.
was born 17 February 1689/90 and baptised
on 4 March 1689/90 in Henfield. He was buried on 17 September 1765 in
on 4 May 1721 in Ashington, Sussex.
Thomas and Ann
had 3 known children:
John Grant. He received a legacy of 10 pounds from his
uncle Daniel in 1776.
Elizabeth Grant. She received a legacy of 10 pounds from
his uncle Daniel in 1776.
Ann Grant. She received a legacy of 15 pounds from his
uncle Daniel in 1776.
was baptised on 15 January 1691/2 in
was baptised on 27 December 1694 in
Henfield. She was buried on 30 September 1747 in Cowfold.
on 31 January 1720/1 in
John was baptised on 5 March 1690/1 in Cowfold
and was the son of John Lintott and Mary Dennett. John
was buried on 3 February 1741/2 in Cowfold.
John and Ann had 1 known son:
John Lintot was baptised on 12 September 1721 in Cowfold, at
which time his parents were of Ockenden in Cowfold. He was buried
on 11 May 1781 in Cowfold.
John married Susanna Dennet by
licence on 23 February 1741/2 at All Saints in Lewes. He was then
of Cowfold and she of Bolney.
Susanna was buried on 15 August 1765 in
Cowfold. The burial register records that she was Mrs. Susanna Lintott, wife of Mr.
John Lintott of Ockenden.
John and Susanna
had 4 known children:
John Lintott was baptised on 10 September 1743 in Cowfold and
buried there on 30 July 1744.
Susanna Lintott was baptised on 4 August 1746 in Cowfold and
buried there on 24 November 1746.
John Dennett Lintott was baptised on 1 January 1747/8 in
Cowfold and buried there on 5 September 1748.
John Henry Lintott was baptised privately on 2 November 1752
and publicly received into the Cowfold Church on 12 April 1753.
He was buried in Cowfold on 5 August 1804.
married Philadelphia Leppard by licence on 14 September 1791 in
Cowfold. They were both then of Cowfold. The witnesses to
the marriage were
Elizabeth Steele and William Leppard. There were
no known children from this marriage, or at least, none baptised in
Philadelphia was baptised on 15 November 1770 in Cowfold and was the
daughter of William Leppard and Frances Baker.
As Philadelphia Lintott she was a witness to the marriage
of Henry Leppard and Mary Jupp, both of Cowfold, on 15
August 1797 in Cowfold. After John Henry's death,
Philadelphia Lintott married
by licence on 22 February 1805 in Cowfold. The witnesses to this
marriage were Elizabeth Hughes and Mary Burtenshaw.
Their marriage licence was issued on the 18 February 1805 by the
Archdeaconry of Lewes, which stated that Philadelphia was a widow and
William a 26 year bachelor and cordwainer, and that they were both of
was born on 20 October 1696 and baptised
on 30 October 1696 in Henfield. She died before 1776.
on 3 March 1724/5 in Henfield.
Richard was buried on 20 December 1739 in Ashurst.
Richard and Elizabeth had 6 known
Mary Batchelor was baptised on 19 May 1728 in Ashurst, Sussex.
John Batchelor was baptised on 26 July 1730 in Ashurst. He
received a legacy of 10 pounds from his uncle Daniel in 1776.
Richard Batchelor was baptised on 19 November 1732 in Ashurst.
He received a legacy of 10 pounds from his uncle Daniel in 1776.
William Batchelor was baptised on 5 January 1734/5 in Ashurst.
He received a legacy of 10 pounds from his uncle Daniel in 1776.
Sarah Batchelor was baptised on 12 December 1735 in Ashurst.
She received a legacy of 10 pounds from his uncle Daniel in 1776.
Daniel Batchelor was baptised on 5 April 1739 in Ashurst.
He received a legacy of 12 pounds from his uncle Daniel in 1776.
was baptised on 10 March 1698/9 in
Henfield. Richard was to have received a legacy of 50 pounds from
his brother Daniel, at which time Richard was a labourer of Thakeham.
However, in a codicil to Daniel's will dated 27 July 1775, he mentioned
that his brother Richard had died.
Richard married Sarah Collis by
banns on 12 April 1748 in Cowfold.
Richard and Sarah had 4 known daughters:
Sarah Grant was baptised on 10 February 1748/9 in Shermanbury and
buried there on 5 May 1750.
Sarah Grant was baptised on 16 May 1751 in Shermanbury.
Sarah was to have received a legacy of ten pounds from her uncle Daniel,
at which time she was described as the wife of Charles Chate a
husbandman of Henfield, but in the codicil of his will he left her
married Charles Chate by banns on 10 January 1769 in Henfield.
He was then a bachelor and she a spinster. The witnesses to the
marriage were Stephen Woolgar and William Vinall.
Ann Grant was baptised on 15 April 1754 in Shermanbury.
Mary Grant was baptised on 31 October 1756 in Shermanbury.
was baptised on 29 July 1701 in Henfield.
He did not marry. On 9 January 1743 he received from
a parcel of land known as Freethand.
Daniel was a yeoman of West Grinstead. In 1758 he was an Overseer in
Cowfold. He was buried 16 November 1775 in Henfield. He left a
will dated 15 October 1773 with a codicil dated 27 July 1775 and proved on
5 March 1776 - click
here to read
my transcript of his will.
was baptised on 4 February 1703/4 in
Henfield. She had an illegitimate son:
baptised on 31 January 1728/9 in Cowfold
and buried on 11 June 1729 in Shermanbury. His father was named as
(?-1749). Jacob at the time was married to
(1698-1766) and he was also named as the
father of an illegitimate son of
Grant, my 5x Great Grandmother,
was born on 28 December 1709 and baptised on 2 February 1709/10 in
Henfield. She married
in 1730. (They have their own
Elizabeth Steele - mentioned above - may have married James
Comber by banns on 27 July 1792 in Cowfold. The witnesses to the
marriage were George Sherlock and Walter Hills.
- mentioned above - was a witness to the following marriages in Cowfold:
19 May 1801, John Elsley and Elizabeth Clarke, both of
Cowfold (other witness John Woolvin)
12 May 1808, George Gibbs of Twineham and Sarah King of
Cowfold (other witness J. Knowles)
30 November 1809, Thomas Phillp of Horsham and Elizabeth Brown
of Cowfold (other witness Ann Brown)
In 1808 William Charman was an Overseer of Cowfold along with John
Knowles. He was also an Overseer in 1815 together with Charles
The following are extracts from the A2A web site:
By Thomas Bysshe of Cockfeild, clerk,
to John Grant of Henfeild, yeoman, - for £4 paid and £180 secured to
be paid - of the said messuage, lands and premises called Stockland and 2
crofts called Blackland in Henfield. (ref. SAS-EG/299, dated 29
By the said John Grant to the said
Thomas Bysshe - for £180 - of the said premises in Henfield. (ref.
SAS-EG/300, dated 1 October 1694)
By the said John Grant and Ann
his wife to the said Michael Harmes - for £342, 7. 7. due on Mortgage
and the further sum of £7. 19.5., making together £350 - for the absolute
purchase - of the said messuages, lands and premises called Stockland and
Blacklands in Henfield. (ref. SAS-EG/306, dated 20 October 1702)
This page was updated on 19 May 2012