In 1841, Philip together with his wife, mother and 6 children were living at
Knights in Henfield. He was then a bargeman.
When the 1861 census was recorded the family were living at Lydds in
Henfield and Philip was then a 56 year old bargeman.
Philip Lelliott was baptised on 15 April 1827 in Henfield. He
Mary Ann Woolgar in 1849. (They will have
their own page.) Mary Ann was the daughter of
Sarah Hards. In 1841 he was 14 years old.
Hannah Lelliott was baptised on 8 March 1829 in Henfield and buried
there on 11 June 1835.
was born on 26 October 1830 in Henfield and baptised on 12 December 1830
at the Cuckfield Providence Chapel on Staplefield Common. He married
Mary Ann Woolgar
in 1856. (They have their own page.) Mary Ann was the daughter
of Philip Woolgar (1804-1891) and Charlotte.
Susanna Lelliott was born on 30 March 1833 in Henfield and baptised
on 17 June 1833 at the Cuckfield Providence Chapel on Staplefield Common. She was buried in Henfield on 2 March 1852.
In 1841 she was 8 years old.
Stephen Lelliott was born on 22 April 1835 in Henfield and baptised on 24 May 1835
at the Cuckfield Providence Chapel on Staplefield Common.
He married Mary Patching in 1858. (They will have
their own page.) He was 6 years old in 1841.
Anna Lelliott was born on 30 June 1837 and baptised on 6 August
1837 at the Cuckfield Providence Chapel on Staplefield Common. In 1841 she was 4 years
Lydia Lelliott was born about 1840. The 1861 census records
that she was an unmarried 21 living with her parents at Lydds in Henfield.
She was 2 years old when the 1841 census was recorded.
Lydia married her cousin David Payne on 20 April 1861 in Henfield. The
witnesses to their marriage were Stephen Lelliott and Anna
Lelliott. (Lydia's mother and David's mother were sisters.)
David was born about 1839 in Henfield and was the son of John Payne
(c1798-?) and Mary Emsley (1804-?). At the time of the 1841
census David was 2 years old and living with his parents and elder
siblings in West End, Henfield and his father was then a bargeman.
In 1851 he was 12 years old and still living in West End with his parents
and brothers and sisters. The 1861 census records that he was an
unmarried 22 year old agricultural labourer, lodging in the home of his
soon to be parents-in-law at Lydds in Henfield. His elder brother,
John Payne aged 28, was also lodging at the same address.
David and Lydia had the following known children:
Hannah Ruth Payne
Lydia Annie Payne
Susanna K. Payne
Amos Lelliott was born about 1844 in Henfield. He died aged 32 years and
his death was registered in the first quarter of 1877 in the Brighton
registration district. In 1861 he was a 16 year old agricultural
labourer living at home.
Amos married Mary Ann Botting on 27 July 1873 in Horsham.
Amos and Mary Ann had 1 known daughter:
Emily Elizabeth Lelliott was baptised on 13 September 1874 in
Ruth Lelliott was born about 1847 in Henfield.
John Lelliott was baptised on 23 November 1851 in Henfield.
In 1861 he was a 12 year old agricultural labourer living at home.