and Elizabeth AYLWIN (1785-1865)
Elizabeth Aylwin may have had a relationship with
in about 1806 and they may have been my 4x Great Grandparents. (Click
here to see their
possible place in my pedigree chart.) Elizabeth married
Richard Pannell by banns on
24 December 1812 in Harting, Sussex. He was then a widower and they were
both of Harting. The witnesses to their marriage were John
Neve and Ann Aylwin. Richard had
previously married Jane Clews by licence on 23 May 1804
in Stedham, Sussex. Their marriage licence was issued on 21 May 1804 by
the Archdeaconry of Chichester, which noted that he was a bachelor and
farmer of Harting and she a spinster of Stedham. They were both
aged 21 years and upwards. Surety for their licence was provided
by Richard himself and John Clewes a farmer of Trotton.
Richard Pannell was baptised on 6 March 1780 in Harting.
He was the son of Richard Pannell and Elizabeth
Richard died aged 81 years in South Harting and was buried on 25 January
1862 in Harting.
Jane Clews date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to
me. She was buried on 17 April 1812 in Harting.
Elizabeth Aylwin was
baptised on 3 October 1785 in Treyford cum Didling, Sussex. She
was the daughter of
Mary Enticknap (c1761-1840). She died aged
79 years in South Harting and was buried on 28 January 1865 in Harting.
She was mentioned in her father's will as Elizabeth Pannell
and she was left a legacy of £225. Her father also stated that if she
should die within his lifetime, then her share was to be divided between her
her children, illegitimate and legitmate.
At the time of the 1841 census the couple were living at Malt House in
Bramshott, Hampshire. Richard was then a 55 year old farmer and
Elizabeth was 50. Also with them were 2 of their unmarried
children and their married daughter Elizabeth and her family.
When the 1851 census was recorded Richard aged 69 and Elizabeth aged 64,
were living together in East Harting. He was then an agricultural
labourer. Elizabeth gave her place of birth as Treyford.
In 1861 the couple and their youngest son were living in South Harting.
Richard was described as a pauper and he was 81 years old.
Elizabeth was 73. He gave his place of birth as Harting and she as
Elizabeth Aylwin had the following son:
Restall Aylwin, my possible 3x Great Grandfather, was baptised on 22 March 1807 in Treyford cum Didling. He married
in 1833. (They have their own page.) Might his father
John Restall (1779-1852)?
Richard Pannell and Elizabeth Aylwin had
7 known children:
Elizabeth Pannel was baptised on 28 November 1813
in Harting, at which time her father was a farmer from East Harting.
Joseph Perkins on 11 April 1836
in Chiddingfold, Surrey.
When the 1841 census was recorded the couple and 2 children were
living with her parents in Bramshott. Joseph was then a 30
year old game keeper.
Joseph and Elizabeth had the following
Thomas Perkins was baptised on 21 March 1837 in
Chiddingfold. He was 4 years old in 1841.
Martha Perkins was born about 1840. She
was a year old in 1841.
Richard Pannell was baptised on 25 October 1815 in
Emma Jane Pannell was baptised on 19 March 1818 in
Harting. She died aged 5 weeks in East Harting and was buried
on 19 Aprile 1818 in Harting.
William Pannell was baptised on 27 March 1821 in
Mary Ann Pannell was baptised on 18 April 1824 in
Harriet Amelia Pannell was baptised on 12 November
1826 in Seale. She was 14 years old in 1841.
Aylwin Pannell was baptised on 4 April 1830 in
Abinger, Surrey. He was 11 years old in 1841. In 1861 he
was said to have been an unmarried 28 year old carpenter and he was
living with his parents in South Harting.
This page was updated on 22 September