and Ann BOWLEY (?-1783)
and Mary CANNER (c1770-1847)
Henry Gumbrell married twice, firstly to Ann Bowley
by banns on 31 October 1769 in Slindon, Sussex. He was then of
Aldingbourne. The witnesses to their marriage were Richard
Bowley and John Apps, clerk. As a widower,
Henry married Mary Canner by banns on 23 August 1791 in
Oving. She was a spinster and they were both of Oving. The
witnesses to their marriage were John Fallick and
William Fleet. (They were not my direct ancestors.)
Henry Gumbrel was baptised on 15 September 1741 in Oving.
He was the son of John
Gumbrell (1711-?) and Lydia.
Henry died aged 99 years and was buried on 6 July 1838 in Oving.
Ann Bowley's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown,
to me. She was buried on 30 March 1783 in Oving and the burial
register noted that Ann was the wife of Henry Gumbrell.
Mary Canner's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown,
to me. She died aged 77 years in Portfield and was buried on 30 May
1847 in Oving, as Mary Gumbrell, therefore, born about
Henry Gumbrell and Ann Bowley had 1 known child:
Thomas Gambrell was baptised on 3 January 1773 in Oving.
He married Frances Munday
1793. (They have their own page.)
Henry Gumbrell and Mary Canner had 4 known children:
Henry Gumbrell was baptised on 1 April 1792 in Oving.
Henry married Charlotte Picknell by banns on 12
November 1818 in Oving. The witnesses to their marriage were
Maria Parker and William Picknell.
Charlotte Gumbril was buried on 9 April 1824 in Oving.
The burial register noted she was 24 years old and from Portfield.
John Gumbrell was baptised on 25 June 1797 in Oving.
Mary Gumbrel was baptised on 20 June 1802 in Oving.
William Gumbrell was baptised on 12 March 1808 in Oving.
This page was reviewed on 8 April 2012