Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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Miscellaneous PRONGER Families

 

William Pronger married Clement Hodely on 8 September 1567 in Hadlow, Kent.

William Pronger married Annis Tapsell on 21 July 1569 in Hadlow.

 

John Pronger was baptised on 1 August 1585 in Nuthurst.  (From the IGI, but not in a transcript of the Nuthurst Parish Registers or Bishop's Transcripts.)

 

Joan Pronger married James Saunders on 2 February 1628/9 in Bolney.

 

Edward Pronger married Elizabeth Marten by licence on 14 February 1631/2 in Keymer.  Their marriage licence was issued by the Archdeaconry of Lewes on 13 February 1631/2 and noted that Edward was from Clayton and Elizabeth was a spinster of the same place.

Elizabeth Pronger, widow, marrid James Sanders alias Waslin on 7 September 1637 in Keymer.

Edward had the following children:

  1. Elizabeth Pronger was baptised on 6 February 1634/5 in Clayton and buried there on 14 February 1634/5.

  2. Edmond Pronger was baptised on 10 July 1636 in Clayton.

 

Edward Pronger was baptised on 10 July 1638 in Keymer.

 

Elizabeth Pronger married Frances Tully by licence on 9 February 1641/2 at All Saints in Lewes.  Their marriage licence was issued by the Archdeaconry of Lewes on 21 December 1641 and noted that he was a husbandman of Horley, Surrey and she was a spinster of Cowfold.

 

William Pronger of Horsham was buried on 14 April 1679 in Nuthurst.  (Was he related to Richard Pronger (c1620-1657)?)

 

Elizabeth Pronger married Jonathan Knight on 1 May 1711 in Shipley.  She was of West Grinstead and he was from Rudgwick or Horsham.

 

Ann Pronger married James Briggs on 12 October 1721 in Horsham.  She was a spinster.

 

Elizabeth Pronger was returned to Nuthurst from Cowfold, as per the quarter sessions held at Horsham on 10/11 July 1738.

 

Richard Pronger and Elizabeth Juden married by banns on 7 December 1721 in West Grinstead.  He was then from Cowfold and she was of West Grinstead.

Richard Pronger was buried on 24 June 1730 in Cowfold.

At the Midhurst quarter sessions held on 9/10 January 1727, Richard Pronger, his wife and 3 children, a JP's order removing them from Cowfold to West Grinstead was set aside.

As Elizabeth Pronger she may have have married Hugh Newsham on 29 March 1733 in Cowfold.

Hugh Newsham was buried on 18 October 1733 in Cowfold.

Richard and Elizabeth had the following children:

  1. Mary Pronger was baptised on 18 November 1722 in Cowfold and buried there on 3 February 1724.

  2. Elizabeth Pronger was baptised on 5 January 1724 in Cowfold.  She may have married Thomas Parson on 6 October 1744 in Nuthurst.

  3. Ann Pronger was baptised on 18 April 1725 in Cowfold.  She may have married George Dawes on 25 October 1747 in Nuthurst.  Or she may have been buried as Ann Pronger on 12 February 1759 in Cowfold.

  4. John Pronger was baptised on 16 October 1726 in Cowfold.

  5. Mary Pronger was baptised on 4 November 1728 in Cowfold.  Her mothers name was recorded as Mary.  She may have had an illegitimate daughter:

    1. Sarah Pronger was baptised on 27 October 1754 in West Grinstead.

 

Mary Pronger married Nicholas Hider on 3 September 1738 in Slaugham.

 

Sarah Pronger married Samuel Matthew on 24 June 1739 in Nuthurst.  (They have their own page.)

 

Elizabeth Pronger married Thomas Parson on 6 October 1744 in Nuthurst.

 

Ann Pronger married George Dawes on 25 October 1747 in Nuthurst.

 

Jane Pronger married Thomas Elliot on 30 October 1750 in Itchingfield.  They were both of Itchingfield.

 

Mary Pronger married Edward Comper by licence on 31 October 1763 in West Grinstead.  She was a spinster and he was a widower.

 

Ann Pronger married John Farley by banns on 19 November 1778 in Warnham.  She was a spinster and he a bachelor and they were both of Warnham.  The witnesses to their marriage were Samuel Shuchford junior and William Steere.

John and Ann had the following:

  1. Ann Farly was baptised on 3 December 1780 in Warnham.

 

Sarah Pronger married Thomas Miels by banns on 21 November 1785 in Horsham.  He was a husbandman and they were both of Horsham.

 

Robert Pronger married Sarah Taylor on 5 July 1791 in Hurstpierpoint.

 

Mary Pronger married Joseph Linfield by banns on 10 September 1807 in Shipley.  They were both of Shipley.

 

Mary Pronger married James Linfield on 27 March 1818 in Nuthurst.  They were both of Nuthurst.

 

Susan Pronger married Stow Herbert Stent by banns on 28 August 1825 in Brighton.  She was a spinster and he a bachelor and they were both of Brighton.

 

Thomas Pronger and Harriet Budd married in the third quarter of 1854 in the Petersfield registration district.

Thomas Pronger was born about 1827 in Horsham, as per the census, but his baptism has not been found in a transcript of the baptism register.

When the 1871 census was recorded, Thomas was a 44 year old sergeant and Harriet was 37.  He gave his place of birth as Horsham and she as East Listed in Surrey.  Also with them were 4 children (Francis, Marian, John and Montague).

Thomas and Harriet had the following children:

  1. Francis M. Pronger was born about 1856 in Petersfield, Hampshire.  He was a 15 year old scholar in 1871.

  2. Marian Pronger was born about 1859 in Ipswich, Suffolk.  She was a 12 year old scholar in 1871.

  3. John H. Pronger was born about 1862 in Ireland.  He was a 9 year old scholar in 1871.  In 1881 he was a 19 year old coachbuilder's apprentice.

  4. Montague G. Pronger was born about 1864 in Devonport, Devon.  He was a 7 year old scholar in 1871.  In 1881 he was a 17 year old coachbuilder's apprentice.

Thomas married for a second time to Frances.

In 1881, Thomas was 54 years old and permanent staff (Chelsea Pensioner).  He was living in Newby in Scarborough, Yorkshire along with his 38 year old wife Frances from Malton, Yorkshire and 2 children (John and Montague).  Thomas again said he was born in Horsham.

The 1891 census recorded that Thomas and Frances, together with their daughter Eva were living at 34 Trafalgar Street East in Scarborough.  He was then a 64 year old army pensioner and she was 48.  Thomas yet again said he was born in Horsham.

Thomas and Frances had 1 known daughter:

  1. Eva V. Pronger was born about 1882 in Yorkshire (possibly Throxenby).  She was 9 years old in 1891.

Either of Thomas's marriage certificate could give the name of his father, which might help find his baptism.  I've not identified him in the 1841 or 1851 census, and suspect he was in Ireland at the time of the 1861 census.  He may have been born in a parish near Horsham and given that as his place of birth simply because it was the nearest town of any size.  Or he may have been illegitimately and born and his baptism under his mother's and then subsequently taken his father's surname.  There was a Thomas Pronger baptised in Cowfold in 1825, but he is accounted for.

 

Henry Pronger and Caroline Cragg married by banns on 22 January 1871 in Warnham, Sussex.  He was a 49 year old bachelor and coachman.  She was a 49 year old widow.  Their fathers were named as Edmund Pronger a farmer and Joseph Pelham a bricklayer.  The witnesses to their marriage were George Miles and Frances Cragg.  (Therefore, Henry born about 1822.)

Henry Pronger died aged 75 years and was buried on 28 December 1889 in Warnham, therefore, he was born about 1814.

 

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This page was updated on 8 January 2012