Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Elizabeth HUGHES (1803-1852)
and Elizabeth Hughes married by banns on 15 July 1821 at the parish church of St. Mary's in Pulborough,
Sussex. He was then a bachelor and she a spinster. The witnesses to their marriage were
James Hughes and James Overington. (They were not my direct
ancestors. John's father was the nephew of my 5x great grandmother,
John Murram was baptised on 17 November 1799 in Pulborough. He
was the son of William
Miriam (1773-1822) and
He died on 6 April 1870 (thanks to Chrissy for this date) aged 70 years and was buried on 11 April 1870 in Pulborough.
The burial register recorded his name as John Mirrum. His
death certificate records that Dinah Penfold was present at his
death and registered his death, at which time she made her X mark (thanks
to Chrissy for this data).
Elizabeth Hughes was baptised on 7 August 1803 in Pulborough.
She was the daughter
of James Hughes (1773-?) and Rhoda Dalton. She died aged 49 years and was buried
on 4 February 1852 in Pulborough. Her name was recorded as
Elizabeth Murram in the burial register. Her father died before
1819, as on 15 February 1819 in Pulborough, her brother James
Hughes aged 19 years, married 16 year old Sarah
Batchelor. He did so with the consent of his widowed
mother, Rhoda Hughes of Billingshurst.
When the 1841 census was recorded the family were living at Codmore Hill
in Pulborough and John was an agricultural labourer. Also living
with them at that time was 70 year old Sarah Murrum and 25 year old
Thomas Murrum. The 1851 census records their surname as
Murram and the family were living at, what looks like, Col Windham
295. In 1861 John Miriam and his daughter
Caroline were living at No.428 in Pulborough and he was a 62 year old
John Murram and Elizabeth Hughes had 9 known children:
Rhoda Mirum was baptised on 2 December 1821 in Pulborough, at
which time her father was a labourer.
George Myam was baptised on 17 October 1824 in Pulborough, at
which time his father was a labourer.
John Miram was baptised on 8 April 1827 in Pulborough, at which
time his father was a labourer. He was 14 years old in 1841.
Harriet. She was born about 1832 in Batcombe,
When the 1861 census was recorded the couple, their infant daughter and
his sister Harriet were living at 2 Grove Buildings in Greenwich
and John was a carman.
John and Harriet had the following known child:
Mary C. Murrum was born in 1861 Greenwich. She was
2 months old when the 1861 census was recorded.
William Miram was baptised on 5 September 1830 in Pulborough, at
which time his father was a labourer. He was 12 years old in 1841.
In 1861 he was an unmarried 31 year old agricultural labourer boarding
at Village College in Newdigate. His name was recorded in the 1861
census as William Myram.
James Myrum was baptised on 24 March 1833 in Pulborough, at which
time his father was a labourer. In 1841 he was 8 years old.
He was an 18 year old agricultural labourer in 1851 and the eldest of
his siblings living at home.
Sarah Myrum was baptised on 28 December 1835 in Pulborough, at
which time her father was a labourer. In 1841 she was 5 years old.
The 1851 census records that she was a 16 year old general servant in
the home of John Dearling at Cokehurst in Pulborough.
Ann Myham was baptised on 2 June 1839 in Pulborough, at which
time her father was a labourer. She was 2 years old when the 1841
census was recorded. In 1851 she was 11 years old.
Harriet Miram was born on 14 October 1841 (thanks to Chrissy for
this date) and baptised on 28 November 1841 in Pulborough, at
which time her father was a labourer. She was 9 years old in 1851. In 1861 she was 19 years old
and living with her brother John in Greenwich.
John Goldesbrough on 13 November 1864 in St.
Mary, Lambeth (thanks to Chrissy for this data).
Caroline Myram was baptised on 24 November 1844 in Pulborough, at
which time her father was a labourer. She was 6 years old 1851. In 1861 she was a 17 year
old servant living with her father.
As Caroline Murrum she married Harry Hayler
Scutt by banns on 4 May 1861 in Pulborough. He was a
bachelor and labourer and she was a spinster. Their fathers were
named as John Hayler Scutt and John Murrum,
who were both labourers. The witnesses to their marriage were
Harry Whitington and Jesse Greenfield.
Harry was baptised on 13 August 1837 in Pulborough and was the son of
John Hayler Scutt (1818-1792) and Rebecca
Whitington (1817-1896). His father was the illegitimate
son of Hannah Scutt (1787-1868) and John Hayler.
Harry and Caroline had the following children:
Harry James Scutt was baptised on 8 February 1863
in Pulborough, at which time his father was a labourer from North
John Hayler Scutt was baptised on 18 March 1866 in
Pulborough, at which time his father was a labourer.
William Scutt was born on 6 December 1868 and baptised on
14 February 1869 in Pulborough, at which time his father was a
labourer. He died on 25 December 1954 in Brighton and his
cause of death was pneumona. His death was registered by his
son-in-law Charles Horscroft.
Thomas married Rosina Bertha Boniface on 4 March
1893 in Horsham.
Rosina was born on 5 April 1871 in Horsham and was the daughter of
Henry Boniface (1830-1886) and Philadelphia
Boniface (1847-1827). She died in 1938 in Midhurst,
Thomas and Rosina had the following children:
Raymond Haylor was born about 1894 in Horsham.
Harvey Haylor was born about 1896 in Horsham.
Winnifred Haylor was born about 1899 in
William Haylor was born about 1901 in Horsham.
Lilian Myrtle May Hayler was
born on 16 September 1914 in Reigate, Surrey. She died on
22 August 1977 at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
She married Frank Whittington on 25 March 1933
at the Register Office in Petworth, Sussex. Frank was born
9 December 1906 and was the son of William Whittington
(1876-1916) and Kezia Boniface (1876-1936).
He died in 1993 in Chichester.
Ernest Arthur Scutt was baptised on 10 September
1872 in Pulborough, at which time his father was a labourer.
Sarah Ann Scutt was baptised on 22
November 1875 in Storrington, at which time her father was a carter.
Alice May Scutt was born about
1878/9 in Ashurst or West Grinstead.
Robert H. Scutt was born about
1882 in West Grinstead.
Frederick W. Scutt was born about
1885 in West Grinstead.
Karen Bemrose for additions to this page.
(Please click on her name to view her family tree at Ancestry.)
1851 census - Col Windham 295,
Pulborough, Sussex (HO107/1650, folio 64, page 11)
John Murram, Head, Mar, 50, Ag Lab,
born Sussex, Pulborough
Elizabeth Murram, Wife, Mar, 49,
born Sussex, Pulborough
James Murram, Son, U, 18, Ag Lab,
born Sussex, Pulborough
Ann Murram, Daur, U, 11, born
Harriet Murram, Daur, U, 9, born
Caroline Murram, Daur, U, 6, born