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Joseph SETFORD (1757-1837)

and Barbara HOLLINGDALE (c1764-1825)

 

Joseph Setford and Barbara Hollingdale married by banns on 19 April 1785 in East Chiltington, Sussex.  They were both then of East Chiltington.  (They were not my direct ancestors.)

Joseph Setford was baptised on 3 March 1757 in Ifield, Sussex.  He was the son of John Setford and Ann, who at the time of Joseph's baptism were said to be travellers.  Joseph died aged 81 years and was buried on 5 March 1837 at All Saints, Lewes.  He was then from Barcombe.

Barbara Hollingdale was born about 1764.  She died aged 61 years and was buried on 5 October 1825 in Barcombe.  The burial register noted that she was from Chiltington.  She may have been baptised on 28 November 1762 in Barcombe, Sussex, the daughter of Edward Hollingdale and Sarah Presnall.  Another Barbara Hollingdale married John Sandal by banns on 21 December 1797 in Hamsey, Sussex.  That Barbara was then of Ditchling and John of Hamsey.  The IGI only records the one Barbara Hollingdale baptism in 1762.  (See below for 1762 Barbara's siblings.)

 

Joseph Setford and Barbara Hollingdale may have had the following children:

  1. Ann Setford was baptised on 19 February 1786 in Westmeston.  Her parents were then named as Joseph and Ann.

    As Ann Selford she married Henry Pannett by banns on 3 August 1818 in East Chiltington, Sussex.  He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Chailey.

    In 1841, 56 year old Ann Pannett was a dressmaker living in the High Street, Lewes, in the home of William Haylor.  Her younger sister Barbara was also living at the same address. The 1851 census records that she was a widow, aged what looks like 45, and she was living the home of her sister Barbara.  Ann was then in receipt of parish relief.

    Henry and Sarah had 2 known daughters:

    1. Barbara Pannett was born about 1820 in Chailey.  She was baptised there on 16 September 1832, at which time her father was a blacksmith of Chailey.  She died aged 86 years and her death was registered in the fourth quarter of 1906 in the Lewes registration district.  When the 1841 census was recorded she was a 20 year old dressmaker living at Fonthill in Newick in the home of Hannah Setford, widow of Henry Setford (c1794-1838).  Hannah was previously Hannah Sawyers and her brother William Sawyers was living next door in 1841.

      Barbara married William Sawyers in the first quarter of 1842 in the Lewes registration district.

      William was the son of William Sawyers (1783-1848) and Mary Ann Pearce (c1779-1863).  He died aged 37 years in March 1845 in the Chailey Union Workhouse.

      Barbara next married Charles Puttock in the second quarter of 1846 in the Lewes registration district.

      Charles was born about 1817.

      At the time of the 1851 census the couple and their 2 young children were living in the home of her aunt Barbara Setford at Mount Pleasant in Lewes.  Charles was then a 34 year old chalk pit labourer.  His place of  birth was recorded as not known.  Barbara was then aged 31 years.

      When the 1861 census was recorded, Barbine Pallock was the head of her household and she was a 41 year old married needlewoman.  With her on census night were her 3 children and 55 year old widow and lodger Elizabeth Darby who was a charwoman from Cranbrook, Kent.

      In 1881 Barbara was a 61 year old widow and upholsteress and living with her son Edward.

      The 1891 census recorded that Barbara was a 71 year old widow and upholsteress and living with her son Edward.

      In 1901 Barbara was an 81 year old widow and upholsteress and living with her son.

      Charles and Barbara had the following known children:

      1. Sarah Martha Puttock was born about 1847 in Lewes.  She was 4 years old in 1851.  In 1861 she was a 14 year old scholar.

      2. Edward Samuel Puttock was born about 1849 in Lewes.  He was 2 years old in 1851.  In 1861 he was a 12 year old scholar.

        Edward married Caroline Hills in the third quarter of 1880 in the Lewes registration district.

        Caroline was born about 1830 in Hythe, Kent.

        When the 1881 census was recorded the couple were living at Marlborough Place, Station Road in the St. John's district of Lewes.  Edward was then a 32 year old domestic gardener and gave his place of birth as Lewes.  Caroline was 52 years old and from Hythe in Kent.  Also with the couple was his mother.

        In 1891 the couple were living in Friars Walk in the All Saints parish of Lewes.  Edward was a 43 year old general labourer and Caroline was a 61 year old upholsteress.  Also with them was his mother and 16 year old niece Ellen Martin who was a nursemaid and had been born in Lewes.

        At the time of the 1901 census the couple were still living in Friar's Walk.  Edward was then said to have been a 49 year old general labourer and Caroline was 70.  It was also noted that she was deaf.  With the couple was his mother and 2 granddaughters, 27 year old Ellen Martin and 24 year old Agnes Martin who were both unmarried and general servants.

      3. Peter James Puttock was born about 1851 in Lewes.  He died in 1916 in Brighton.  In 1861 he was a 9 year old scholar.

    2. Sarah Ann Pannett was born about 1827 in Chailey.  She was baptised there on 16 September 1832, at which time her father was a blacksmith of Chailey.  She was 14 years old at the time of the 1841 census and living with her mother.

  2. James Setford was born about 1793.  He was baptised at his own request at the age of 14 years on 25 January 1807 in Streat, Sussex. 

    Joseph may have first married Martha Hollamby on 31 May 1822 in Maidstone, Kent, and then Charlotte Elizabeth Mouser on 17 June 1846 in Hove, Sussex.  When James married Charlotte he named his father as Joseph Setford.

    Charlotte was born about 1805 in Hove and was the daughter of Thomas Mouser.  She died in 1850.

    The James married to Martha and Charlotte, died on 9 October 1850 in Hadlow, Kent.

  3. Sarah Setford was born on 19 April 1794.  She was baptised as a married woman on 14 July 1833 in Ditchling, at which time she named her parents as Joseph and Barbara Setford.  Sarah died before the recording of the 1841 census.

    Sarah married William Waller on 17 February 1824 in Barcombe, Sussex.

    William and Sarah had 5 known children:

    1. Barbara Waller was born on 7 October 1824 and baptised on 5 December 1824 at St. Margaret's, Ditchling, Sussex.  She died aged 78 years in 1902 in Ashford, Kent.

      Barbara married Charles Picton in the fourth quarter of 1842 in Lewes registration district.

      Charles died aged 50 years in the second quarter of 1868.

      When the 1861 census was recorded the family were living in Ashford, Kent and Charles was a 43 year old spring maker.  His place of birth was then given as Birkhamsted in Hertfordshire.

      Charles and Barbara had 10 known children:

      1. Charles W. Picton was born in the first quarter of 1841 in Ditchling.  In 1861 he was a 20 year old coach builder and he was living with his parents.  When the 1881 census was recorded he was a 40 year old railway coachmaker living at 568 Wandsworth Road, Clapham, Surrey, along with his wife Emily and 6 children aged between 1 and 12.

      2. Elizabeth Picton was born about 1844 in Ditchling.  She was 17 years old at the time of the 1861 census.

      3. Phoebe Picton was born in the fourth quarter of 1846 in the Camberwell registration district.  In 1861 she was 14 years old.  She married John Reece in the fourth quarter of 1866 in the West Ashford district.  In 1881 she was living at 95 Newtown, Willisborough, Kent along with her 3 children.  She was then recorded as married although her husband was not at home on census night.

      4. James Picton was born about 1849 in Camberwell.  He was 12 years old in 1861.

      5. William Picton was born about 1852 in Ashford.  He was 9 years old in 1861.

      6. Sarah Picton was born in 1854 in West Ashford.  In 1861 she was 7 years old.

      7. Henry Picton was born about 1858 in Ashford.  He was 3 years old in 1861.

      8. Emma Picton was born in the fourth quarter 1860 in Ashford, Kent.  At the time of the 1861 census she was 4 months old.  When the 1881 census was recorded she was an unmarried 20 year old stay maker living with her mother and siblings.  She married in the third quarter of 1881.

      9. John Picton was born about 1865 in Ashford.  In 1881 he was a 16 year old errand boy living at home.

      10. Joseph Picton was born in the second quarter of 1868 in Ashford.  He was a 12 year old scholar in 1881.

      When the 1881 census was recorded, Barbara was a 56 year old widow and laundress living at 18 Rugby Road in Ashford, along with her 3 children, 2 month granddaughter Ellen Picton and 25 year old unmarried boarder, Harry Ames who was a railway machinist.  The death of little Ellen Picton was registered in the third quarter of 1881.

    2. Elizabeth Waller was born on 30 December 1826 and baptised on 18 March 1827 in St. Margaret's, Ditchling.

    3. Sarah Waller was born on 8 January 1831 and baptised on 14 June 1831 in St. Margaret's, Ditchling.

    4. William Setford Waller was baptised on 21 September 1834 at St. Margaret's, Ditchling.

    5. Mary Waller was born in 1834.

  4. Richard Setford was born about 1795.  He was baptised at his own request at the age of 12 years on 25 January 1807 in Streat, Sussex.

    Might he have married Mary Simmonds before or about 1827, and might they have been the parents of:

    1. Luisa Letford was baptised on 19 August 1827 in Maresfield, Sussex.

  5. Barbara Setford was born about 1799 in Westmeston.  She died in December 1856 within the parish of All Saints in Lewes, Sussex.

    In 1841 she was living in the High Street, Lewes in the home of William Haylor, a 28 year old labourer.

    When the 1851 census was recorded she was an unmarried 52 year old charwoman living at Pleasant Place, Lewes.  She was then the head of her household and with her was her sister Ann Pannett, nephew Charles Puttock, daughter Barbara Puttock and 2 grandchildren.

 

 

Edward Hollingdale and Sarah Presnall were married by banns on 27 September 1757 in Barcombe, Sussex.  At the time they were both of Barcombe.

Edward Hollingdale was baptised on 18 May 1735 in Barcombe and was the son of John Hollingdale and Mary Goldsmith who had married on 1 May 1729 in Barcombe.

Sarah Presnall was baptised on 2 November 1729 in Barcombe and was the daughter of Thomas Presnall and Jane Marwick who had married on 2 October 1725 in Barcombe.

They had the following children:

  1. Sarah Hollingdale was baptised on 7 May 1758 in Barcombe.  She may have married Henry Walls by banns on 23 April 1779 in Brighton, Sussex, or, John Evans by banns on 19 January 1783 in Lindfield, Sussex.

  2. Ann Hollingdale was baptised on 23 September 1759 in Barcombe.  She may have married James Bates by banns on 22 April 1783 in Plumpton, Sussex, or Thomas Gearing by banns on 30 March 1786 in Keymer, Sussex.

  3. Mary Hollingdale was baptised on 12 October 1760 in Barcombe.  She may have married Edward Chapman on 26 January 1789 in Stanmer, Sussex.

  4. Barbara Hollingdale was baptised on 28 November 1762 in Barcombe.

  5. Phoebe Hollingdale was baptised on 30 December 1764 in Barcombe.

Edward may have married for a second time to Mary Hawkins by banns on 1 January 1770 in Barcombe.  They were both then of Barcombe.  They had the following children:

  1. William Hollingdale was baptised on 8 August 1769 in Barcombe.

  2. Edward Hollingdale was baptised on 1 January 1773 in Barcombe.  He may have married Ann Ford on 4 November 1794 in Barcombe.

  3. Elizabeth Hollingdale was baptised on 28 April 1776 in Barcombe.

Edward may even have married for a third time to Elizabeth Catt by banns on 10 September 1788 in Barcombe.  They were both of Barcombe.

A Thomas Hollingdale was baptised on 28 June 1767 in Barcombe and his parents were recorded as Edward and Elizabeth.

 

1841 census - High Street, All Saints, Lewes, Sussex

William Haylor, 28, Labourer, born Sussex

Bonlah Haylor, 25, born Sussex

Richard Haylor, 5, born Sussex

Betsey Haylor, 1, born Sussex

Ann Pannett, 56, Dressmaker, born Sussex

Sarah Pannett, 14, born Sussex

Barbara Setford, 44, born Sussex

Ellen Wilmshurst, 8, born Sussex

 

William Hayler and Beulah Geall married by banns on 28 December 1835 at St. Thomas, Lewes.  They were both of the parish of St. Thomas.

 

Many thanks to Teresa Picton for additions to this page.

HOLLINGDALE          SETFORD

This page was updated on 19 May 2012