Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Elizabeth (?-1731)
John Guile and Elizabeth may have married sometime before or
about 1700. No possible marriage has been found for them in the Sussex
marriage index. (They were not my direct ancestors.)
John was baptised as John Geale
on 20 June 1651 in Findon, Sussex. He was the son of
(1602-1654) and possibly Margaret. He died aged 63
years on 12 January 1714 and was buried on 14 January 1714 in Angmering.
His headstone records his name as John Guile, whereas the
burial register has John Gill.
Elizabeth's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to
me. She was buried in Angmering in 1731.
The West Sussex Quarter Sessions of 13/14 January 1690 record that at a hearing in Midhurst,
the defendant John Geale had failed to comply with a
Removal Order made by the Magistrate at Angmering, by which John was
required to move back to his parish of origin, namely, Patching. At
the hearing John Geale stated that he had now returned to
Patching, but the judge was still not happy with his initial refusal, so
sent him to the House of Correction at Arundel. There is no record for
the length of the sentence.
John Guile and Elizabeth
had 3 known children:
John Guile was baptised on 12 April 1701 in Patching,
Sussex. John married
Margaret Ford in 1729.
(They have their own page.)
Richard Guile was baptised on 9 January 1703/4 in Patching.
He may have been buried on 4 May 1766 in Arundel.
Elizabeth Guile was born about 1706. She died aged
25 years on 11 January 1731 and was buried on 13 January 1731 in
Might the following have been in some way related to the above family:
Thomas Guile may have been part of this family. He
was born about 1693. He died aged 77 years on 26 September 1770
and was buried on 29 September 1770 in Angmering.
Guile and Sarah Goble married on 15 November
1720 in Angmering.
Guile was buried on 6 March 1767 in Arundel.
John and Sarah
had the following children:
John Guile was baptised on 27 October 1721 in
Sarah Guile was baptised on 5 June 1724 in
Angmering. Before her marriage Sarah had the following son:
William Guile was baptised on 5 September 1747
Sarah married William Edwards by licence on 10
January 1749/50 in Tortington, Sussex. Their marriage licence
was issued on 1 January 1749/50 by the Archdeaconry of Chichester,
which noted that he was a bachelor of Arundel and she a spinster of
George Guile was baptised on 11 November 1726 in
Thomas Guile was baptised on 15 January 1730 in Angmering
and buried there on 24 January 1730.
William Guile was baptised on 21 February 1730/1 in
Angmering and buried there on 30 April 1731.
Edmund Guile was baptised on 23 January 1732 in
Angmering and buried there on 14 September 1733.
Henry Guile may have been part of this family.
Henry married Mary.
Henry and Mary had the following child:
William Guile was baptised on 19 July 1723 in
Angmering. He died aged 13 years on 25 May 1736 and was buried
on 28 May 1736 in Angmering. The burial register noted that
his father was of Egglesden.
William Guile may have been part of this family.
A William Guile was buried on 30 December 1770 in
William may have married twice, firstly before 1731.
William had the following son:
William Guile was baptised on 29 October 1731 in
Angmering and buried there on 30 April 1732.
William married Sarah Hopley on 5
January 1733/4 in Poling, Sussex. A marriage licence was issued on 5
February 1733/4 by the Archdeaconry of Chichester to William Guile
of Angmering and Sarah Hopkins and Rustington.
Surety for their licence was provided by William himself and
John Guile of Poling.
A Sarah Guile died aged 83 years and was buried on 27
February 1799 in Arundel, therefore, born about about 1716.
William and Sarah may have had the following child:
Mary Guile married George Constable
by licence on 12 September 1759 in Arundel. The witnesses to
their marriage were Thomas White and Thomas
Walder. Their marriage licence was
issued by the Archdeaconry of Chichester on 8 September 1759.
It recorded that Mary was a minor of Arundel and married with the
consent of William Guile. George was a 26
year old bachelor and joiner of Arundel.
Many thanks to Derek Guile for additions to this page.
This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012