and Eleanor JUPP (c1690-1769)
may have been my 7x Great
see their possible place in my pedigree chart.) They married on
23 May 1717 in Pulborough, Sussex. Daniel was then of Billingshurst,
Sussex and Eleanor of Pulborough.
Daniel Haylor may have been baptised
on 23 August 1687, the son of John Hayler, or on 18 August
1688, the son of Daniel Hayler and Mary Willett. Both
baptisms took place in Billingshurst. The other Daniel may have
married Mary Weller by licence on 15 November 1720 in
Wiggonholt, at which time they were both said to be of Pulborough. There was also a Daniel
Haylor who was baptised on 16 February 1691/2, the son of Edward
Haylor, but he was buried in Billingshurst on 12 March 1692/3. Or
might he have been born and baptised earlier?
Daniel was buried on 7 October 1753 in Billingshurst. He left a will
dated 17 February 1748 and proved on 26 July 1754. In his will he
mentioned his wife Eleanor and appointed his only daughter and child,
Jane Etheridge, as the executrix. When he made his will he was in
a weak and low condition. He was then a labourer living at Rosar Gate
(Rosier Gate on today's map), which is about 3/4 of a mile to the east of the
centre of Billingshurst. He left all his property to his daughter, but
directed that his wife should not be "destitute of a habitation" and she was
to be given "free liberty" of the property and £1 per year.
On 26 June 1699, a Daniel Haylor was apprenticed to Richard Simons.
Daniel was said to be a poor child of Billingshurst. Then on 17 August
1700, a Thomas Hayler, poor child of Billingshurst was apprenticed to
Daniel Hayler or Thomas Greenfield. On the same day,
Susan Worsfold, poor child of Billingshurst was apprenticed to Daniel
Hayler. On 17 September 1679, a James Jupp of
Steyning was apprenticed to Daniell Hayler of Billingshurst.
date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me. She was buried on
17 February 1769 in Billingshurst. An Elinor
Jupp was baptised on 15 June 1675 in Itchingfield, Sussex, the daughter
of John Jupp and Mary. Itchingfield borders
Billingshurst. If this is the correct baptism for Eleanor it would
help explain why she only had 1 child, as she would have been about 43 years
old when her daughter was born in 1718. However, the 1675 baptism
would mean she died aged about 94, and no mention was made of her great age
in the burial register. The Shipley burial register records that an
Eleanor Jupp was buried on 27 September 1689, and Shipley borders
both Billingshurst and Itchingfield.
Daniel Haylor and Eleanor
Jupp had 1 known daughter:
Haylor, my possible 6x Great
was baptised on 11 May 1718 in
Billingshurst. She married
Etheridge in 1739. (They have their own page.)
John Haylor left a will dated 17 October 1692 and proved in November
1692. He mentioned the following children: John Haylor
was left property in Wisborough Green, Daniel Haylor, Jesse Haylor,
Elizabeth Haylor, and youngest son Stephen Haylor to whom he
left 2 farms named Towneland and Hill land in Billingshurst. John was
buried on 24 October 1692 in Billingshurst.
As was mentioned above, a Daniel Hayler married Mary Weller in
1720, when they were both of Pulborough. They may have had the
Elizabeth Hayler was baptised on 2 April 1721 in Pulborough.
Mary Hayler was baptised on 5 August 1722 in Pulborough.
Sarah Hayler was baptised on 21 July 1728 in Pulborough.
On 14 June 1729 a removal order was issued to remove Daniel Hayler
together with his wife Mary and children Mary and Elizabeth,
from Pulborough to Billingshurst, or vice versa.
On 17 April 1705, Daniel Hayler, along with Jasper Sold and
John Sayes were in occupation of a farm call Townlands (70a.) in
Billingshurst; tenement and lands in Billingshrust near Gingers; two
tenements and 2a. land in Billingshurst.
This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012