Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Mary YOUNG (c1702-1769)
Richard Redford and
were my 6x Great Grandparents
here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)
They married on 4 May 1735 at the parish church of St. Margarets in Angmering, Sussex.
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was baptised on 15 May 1711 in Wisborough
Green, Sussex. He was the son of
Redford (1682-?) and
(c1685-?). He died aged 68 years on 10 November 1779 and was buried on 18 November 1779 in Pulborough, Sussex.
His headstone inscription records
that he was Mr. Richd. Redford.
Richard left a will dated 1 November 1779 and proved on 27 November 1779.
(Click here to
read my transcript of his will.) At the time of his death he was a
farmer in Pulborough. Unfortunately he did not mention whereabout when
he made his will, although he hoped the property would pass to his youngest
daughter and her husband, providing the landlords approved.
may have been have been born about 1701/2.
She was buried on 12 April 1769 in Pulborough. According to a
transcript of the headstone she shares with her husband, she died aged 67
years on 10 April 1769. At one point I had considered she was baptised on 29 September 1719
in Billingshurst, Sussex, the daughter of
Young (c1685-1766) and
Goodwin (1686-1741), but that was
before I knew her age at death. See further down this page for details
of possible parents.
Given that Mary may have been about 33/34 years old when she married
Richard, might she have been a widow when she married? The 1735
marriage entry in the Angmering register does not say whether she was a
spinster or a widow. Other marriages recorded at that time in
Angmering did record if the bride was a widow. Might she have
previously married Edward Young on 5 October 1725 in
Angmering, as Mary Clements? Probably not, as it
would seem Edward was buried on 1 November 1746 in Angmering.
Richard Redford and Mary
Young had 7 known children:
was baptised on 2 February 1735/6 in
Pulborough. She was buried on 9 December 1807 in Pulborough.
Mary was mentioned in her father's will, as the wife of George Peacock,
although I have not found their marriage. Her father left her a
legacy of five pounds for her own use and to be given to her without the
knowledge of her husband.
George was buried on 16 February 1812 in Pulborough. Might he have
been baptised on 19 March 1733 in Wisborough Green, Sussex, the son of
Richard Peacock and Sarah King?
On 30 October 1756 a settlement certificate was issued to George
Peacock, his wife Mary and their children, 3 year old Mary and
8 month old Sarah. The parishes involved were Wisborough Green and
George and Mary had 9 known children:
Mary Peacock was born about 1753 and baptised on 27 January 1756 in
Sarah Peacock was born about February 1756.
Edward Peacock was baptised on 14 May 1757 in Pulborough.
George Peacock was baptised on 24 December 1758 in Pulborough.
He died aged 79 years and was buried on 3 May 1827 in Pulborough.
George married Elizabeth Uffold by banns on 1 August 1780 in
Pulborough. He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were
both of Pulborough. The witnesses to the marriage were Sarah
Searle and Harry Pledge.
Elizabeth died aged 65 years and was buried on 9 March 1826 in Pulborough.
On 19 May 1781 a removal order was issued to George and Elizabeth.
The parishes involved were West Chiltington and Pulborough. And then
on 21 November 1781 they were issued with a settlement certificate (same
George and Elizabeth had the following children:
John Peacock was baptised on 21 July 1782 in Pulborough.
Hannah Peacock was baptised on 8 July 1784 in Pulborough.
George Peacock was baptised on 1 June 1786 in Pulborough. He
married Mary Upperton on 12 September 1805 in Sutton, Sussex.
James Peacock was baptised on 16 December 1788 in Pulborough.
He died aged 29 years and was buried on 19 April 1818 in Pulborough.
James was a shopkeeper of Codmore Hill in Pulborough. He married
Mary Davies by banns on 1 October 1812 in Pulborough. He was
then a bachelor of Pulborough and she a spinster of Stopham. The
witnesses to their marriage were Frances Urban and James Collins.
Charles Peacock was baptised on 10 May 1761 in Pulborough.
James Peacock was baptised on 26 June 1763 in Pulborough.
William Peacock was baptised on 5 May 1765 in Pulborough.
Jenny Peacock was baptisedon 12 October 1766 in Pulborough.
Charlotte Peacock was baptised on 5 February 1769 in Pulborough.
was baptised on 4 December 1737 in
Pulborough. She was buried on 17 November 1811 in Pulborough.
She was mentioned in her father's will and was to receive a third of his
Ann married Thomas Barnard on 11
May 1769 in Wiggonholt, Sussex.
Thomas may have been buried on 6 August 1799 in Pulborough.
Thomas and Ann had 5 known children:
Richard Barnard was baptised on 17 February 1771 in Pulborough.
He died aged 63 years and was buried on 11 November 1834 in Pulborough.
Richard married Ann Heather by banns on 14 November 1794 in
Pulborough. The witnesses to their marriage were Richard B---
and Thomas Barnard.
Ann died aged 62 years in Billingshurst
and was buried on 24 July 1838 in Pulborough.
Richard and Ann had the following children:
Sarah Barnard was baptised on 1 November 1795 in Pulborough.
William Barnard was baptised on 17 June 1798 in Pulborough.
Charles Barnard was baptised on 14 November 1802 in Pulborough.
He died aged 68 years and was buried on 6 September 1871 in Pulborough.
Thomas Barnard was baptised on 9 September 1804 in Pulborough.
He died aged 60 years and was buried on 3 April 1865 in Pulborough.
James Barnard was batpised on 12 April 1807 in Pulborough.
Richard Barnard was baptised on 20 August 1809 in Pulborough.
Elizabeth Barnard was baptised on 28 August 1814 in Pulborough, at
which time her father was a labourer.
Ann Barnard was baptised on 31 May 1772 in Pulborough. She
may have been buried there on 24 August 1773, but the burial register only
records the name Anne Barnard.
George Barnard was baptised on 15 January 1775 in Pulborough.
William Barnard was baptised on 16 November 1777 in Pulborough.
Sarah Barnard was baptised on 28 November 1779 in Pulborough.
was baptised on 23 September 1739 in
Pulborough. He was left a legacy of five pounds in his father's
will, plus a third of the value of his father's estate.
on 28 May 1761 in Thakeham, Sussex. The West Sussex Poor Law
Database records that a settlement certificate was issued to Richard
Redford, a married man, on 7 January 1766, the parishes involved were
Storrington and Broadwater.
was baptised on 23 November 1741 in
Pulborough. She died aged 28 years on 22 January 1770 and was
buried in Pulborough. She has a headstone in Pulborough churchyard
and is buried next to her parents.
was baptised on 22 January 1742/3 in
Pulborough. She may have died young as she was not mentioned in her
may have been born about 1744 and was buried on 4 January 1744/5 in
Redford, my 5x Great
Grandmother, was baptised on 27 October 1745 in Pulborough. She married
Brooks in 1770. (They have
their own page.)
Could Mary Young have been the daughter of:
John Young married before 1710 and had the following
Mary Young was baptised on 14 April 1710 in
Edward Young and Jane married before
1706. They had the following daughter:
Mary Young was baptised on 21 July 1706 in Kirdford,
John Young and Joan Kilsey married on
14 November 1704 in Broadwater, Sussex. They had the following
Mary Young was baptised 9 September 1705 in Broadwater.
Thomas Young and Mary had the
Mary Young was baptised on 22 March 1701/2 in
John Young and Sarah Chart married on
8 November 1698 in Ifield, Sussex.
Henry Young and Elizabeth Tyde married
on 24 July 1697 in Kirdford, Sussex.
John Young and Joan Seale married on
12 May 1692 in Lyminster, Sussex.
Edward Young and Mary Clement married
on 19 January 1691/2 in Wiggonholt, Sussex. They had the following
Thomas Young was baptised on 9 February 1695/6 in
John Young and Joan Pennell married in
1692 in Lyminster.
Charles Young and Mary Benson married
on 18 September 1691 in Arundel, Sussex.
John Young and Deborah Turner married
on 11 May 1690 in Rumboldswyke, Sussex. They had the following
Mary Young was baptised on 20 November 1695 in
Tangmere, Sussex and buried there 4 days later.
Jonathan Young and Sarah Marks married
on 31 November 1690 in Madehurst, Sussex.
Richard Young and Joan Cloathwell
married on 23 May 1690 in Yapton, Sussex.
Edward Young and Susanna Hollis
married on 9 September 1689 in Horsham, Sussex.
John Young and Frances Joanes married
on 20 January 1688/9 in Broadwater, Sussex.
John Young and Jane Young married on
21 May 1688 in Wisborough Green, Sussex. They were both then of
Abraham Young and Mary Fuller married
on 21 September 1685 in Upper Beeding, Sussex. They had the
Mary Young was baptised on 13 October 1697 in Upper
Stephen Young and Rachel Austin
married on 7 November 1678 in Slinfold, Sussex. They had the
Mary Young was baptised on 3 July 1687 in Horsham.
Mary Young marriages:
11 May 1721 in Horsham, Sussex to Jonas Dinedge.
Mary was a spinster.
12 August 1723 in Kirdford, Sussex to Thomas Bridger.
12 November 1723 in Wiggonholt, Sussex to William Bristoe.
They married by licence which recorded his name as William
Bristow. They were both of Warningham (should that have
14 February 1733/4 in Wiggonholt, to Edward Stringer.
They married by licence which recorded they were both of Shipley,
Sussex. Surety for the licence was provided by Edward himself and
Ellis Geere or Washington.
14 April 1737 in Bramber, Sussex to John Chatfield.
30 July 1739 in Amberly, Sussex to Robert Kingett.
They married by licence which recorded that Mary was of Amberly and
Roger Kingett a showmaker of Farnate (could that be
shoemaker; I don't know where Farnate is/was). Surety for the
licence was provided by Robert/Roger and Thomas Young a
husbandman of Amberly.
11 February 1748/9 in Amberley to
William Sowter. He was born in 1712 and died in 1764.
They had 5 known children born between 1749 and 1759. This May was
probably buried in Amberley on 30 April 1784.
This page was updated on 5 July 2012