and Sarah NEEVE (1799-1856)
Neeve married by banns on 25 February 1817 in Shermanbury, Sussex.
He was a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Shermanbury.
William made his mark and Sarah signed her named. The witnesses the
their marriage were Thomas Cooper and Mary Haybittle.
William Mansbridge born in 1792, married
Sarah Walder in May 1817, and it is a little difficult to work out which
children belonged to which family.)
(They were not my direct ancestors.)
Mansbridge was baptised on 13
May 1794 in West Grinstead, Sussex. He was the son of
(1763-1836) and Sarah
White (c1768-1825). He died aged 73 years and his death
was registered in the fourth quarter of 1866 in the Horsham district.
He was buried on 27 December 1866 in Lower Beeding. The burial
register noted that he was 72 years old and had died in the Horsham Union
was baptised on 10 November 1799 in Shermanbury, Sussex. She was the daughter
Elizabeth Aylard (c1760-1817). She died aged 57
years in Shermanbury and was buried on 22 August 1856 in West Grinstead.
When the 1841 census was recorded the family were living in Corner House in
Shermanbury. In 1851 the family were living at Barrack House in
Shermanbury, and William was then an agricultural labourer.
and Sarah Neeve had 10
Mansbridge was baptised on 13 July 1817 in Shermanbury. He died
aged 84 years in 1901.
John married Hannah Smith in 1848.
Hannah was born about 1818 in Eynsham, Oxfordshire.
In the 1881 the
couple and their 26 year old son Jeremiah R. Mansbridge and servant
19 year old Eliza Thomas, were living in Plumpton, Sussex, where
John was an innkeeper.
Mansbridge was baptised on 24 January 1819 in Shermanbury.
Mansbridge was baptised on 16 October 1831 in Shermanbury. He
married Jane Waller in 1855.
(They have their own page.)
Mansbridge was baptised on 16 February 1834 in Shermanbury.
Mary married George Attree on 30 September 1854 in Lower Beeding,
Sussex. He was a bachelor and labourer and she was a 20 year old
spinster and labourer from Shermanbury. Their fathers were named
as Henry Attree and William Mansbridge
who were both labourers. The witnesses to their marriage were
Thomas Mansbridge and Jane Waller.
George was baptised on 6 November 1825 in Cowfold and was
the son of Henry Attree and Mary Penfold.
Mary had 8 known children:
was born in Lower Beeding, according to the 1861 census, but in Horsham, according to the 1881 census.
He was baptised on 14
January 1855 in Lower Beeding. At the time of the 1861 census he was
6 years old. When the 1881 census was recorded he
and wife Sarah E., both aged 26 years, were living at Hanlye
Cottage in Cuckfield and William was then a milkman.
was baptised on 24 May 1857 in Lower Beeding. He was a 3 year old
when the 1861 census was recorded. So far I have not been
able to identify him in the 1881 census index.
Attree was baptised on 6 May 1860 in Cowfold. She was a year old
in 1861. In 1881 she was a
21 year old unmarried cook living in the home of Joseph Newton, a
clergyman, and his wife Emma at 15 Chesham Place in Brighton.
Attree was baptised on 29 March 1863 in Cowfold.
was baptised on 11 March 1866 in Lower Beeding.
was baptised on 3 January 1869 in Cuckfield. She was a 12 year old
scholar in 1881.
Attree was baptised on 1 October 1871 in Cuckfield. She was a 9
year old scholar in 1881.
was born about 1877 in Cuckfield.
At the time of
the 1861 census the family were living at Crab Tree in Cowfold and George
was a carter and Mary a needlewoman. When the 1881
census was recorded the family were living at Granily in Cuckfield and
George was then an agricultural labourer. Also living with the
family at that time were 2 lodgers: Allen Attree a 46 year
old unmarried agricultural labourer and Abraham Hilman an 18 year
Mary Mansbridge was also born in 1834/5 and married in 1854. She
was the daughter of
Mansbridge (1792-1874) and
(1799-1878), and married
Mansbridge was baptised on 17 January 1836 in Shermanbury and probably
died as an infant, unless he was baptised for a second time in 1837.
Mansbridge was baptised on 3 October 1837 in Shermanbury. At the
time of the 1851 census he was a 15 year old agricultural labourer.
Rebecca Roberts on 26 May 1855 in Cowfold. He
was a bachelor, minor and labourer and she was a spinster and minor.
Their fathers were named as William Mansbridge and
Thomas Roberts who were both labourers. The
witnesses to their marriage were Allen Tirrell and
Rebecca was baptised on 8 May 1836 in Cowfold, the daughter of
Thomas Roberts and
died aged aged 29 years and was buried on 30 December 1864 in
At the time of the 1861 census, the couple and their daughter Jane, were
living in Southwater Street, Horsham. James was a 25 year old
agricultural labourer and Rebecca was 24. Also with them on census
night were 2 lodgers, 21 year old Frederick Smith and
18 year old Joseph Gearon who were both railway
When the 1901 census was recorded, James was a 66 year old widower and
general agricultural labourer, and he was living with his daughter Jane
in West Grinstead Road, Cowfold.
James and Rebecca had the following known daughters:
Mansbridge was baptised on 22 July 1855 in Cowfold. In 1861 she
was a 5 year old scholar. She married
Elizabetha Meansbridge was baptised on 1 Januaru 1865 in
Mansbridge was born about 1838 and baptised on 24 November 1844 in
Shermanbury. (An Elizabeth Mansbridge of Shermanbury died
aged 2 years and was buried in August 1840 in West Grinstead.)
Mansbridge was baptised on 10 May 1840 in Shermanbury. In 1851
he was a 10 year old scholar.
married Caroline Wicks in 1867.
Caroline was born about 1839 in Southover, Sussex.
Mansbridge was born in 1842 in Shermanbury. He was a 9 year old
scholar when the 1851 census was recorded.
Alfred married Ellen
Edwards on 23 April 1867 in Westmeston, Sussex. She was born
about 1844 in Westmeston and was the daughter of John Edwards.
When the 1881 census was recorded the family were living at Pursellis Farm
Cottage in Horley, Surrey, where Alfred was a general labourer.
Alfred and Ellen had the following known children:
was born about 1868 in Plumpton. She was 13 years old when the 1881
census was recorded and the eldest child in the parental home.
Mansbridge was born about 1870 in Westmeston. He was an 11 year
old scholar in 1881.
Mansbridge was born about 1874 in Horley, Surrey. She was a 7
year old scholar when the 1881 census was recorded.
Mansbridge was born about 1877 in Horley. He was 4 years old in
Mansbridge was born about 1879 in Horley. He was 2 years old in
Mansbridge was born in 1880 in Horley. She was 7 months old when
the 1881 census was recorded.
Mansbridge was baptised on 24 November 1844 in Shermanbury. She
was a 6 year old scholar in 1851. In
1861 she was a 16 year old servant in the home of Henry Cherriman
and his wife Fanny at Goodgers in Cowfold.
married James Whiting by banns on 9 December 1865 in Lower Beeding.
He was a 23 year old bachelor and labourer. She was a 21 year old
spinster. Their fathers were named as John Whiting
and William Mansbridge who were both labourers.
The witnesses to their marriage were Alfred Jupp and
was born in about 1844 in Beeding.
The couple had 5 known children by
1881, when they were living at Park Farm, West Grinstead. James was
then an agricultural labourer.
Something seems a
little odd with the family of William and Sarah - the gap in children
between 1819 and 1831, makes me wonder if the above were 1 family or 2.
1841 - Corner House, Shermanbury,
Sussex (HO107/1098, folio 9, page 13)
William Mansbridge, 45, Ag
Lab, born in Sussex
Sarah Mansbridge, 40, born in
Thomas Mansbridge, 9, born in
Mary Mansbridge, 7, born in
James Mansbridge, 5, born in
Henry Mansbridge, 1, born in
1851 - Barrack House, Shermanbury,
Sussex (HO107/1647, folio 562, page 22)
William Mansbridge, Head,
Mar, 56, Agricultural Labourer, born Sussex West Grinstead
Sarah Mansbridge, Wife, Mar,
51, born Sussex Shermanbury
Thomas Mansbridge, Son, U,
19, born Sussex Shermanbury
James Mansbridge, Son, 15,
Agricultural Labourer, born Sussex Shermanbury
Henry Mansbridge, Son, 10,
Scholar, born Sussex Shermanbury
Alfred Mansbridge, Son, 9,
Scholar, born Sussex Shermanbury
Charlotte Mansbridge, Daur,
6, Scholar, born Sussex Shermanbury
1861 - Reeds, West Grinstead, Sussex
(RG9/607, folio 52, page 10)
Edward Stringer, Head, Mar,
37, Ag Lab, born Sussex West Grinstead
Sarah Stringer, Wife, Mar,
37, born Sussex Cowfold
Ellen Stringer, Daur, 10,
born Sussex West Grinstead
William Mansbridge, Widr, 66,
Ag Lab, born West Grinstead
Edward Stringer and Sarah
Roberts married on 14 September 1850 in Cowfold.
This page was updated on 20 July 2012