Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Jane (?-?)
Richard Snashall and
married sometime before or about 1613.
Richard Snashall was of Slaugham. He was left 40
shillings by the terms of his father's 1618 will. In 1644 he was
Headborough at Slaugham.
Richard Snashall and Jane
had 8 known
Richard Snashall was baptised on 12 December 1613 in
He died on 10 March 1703 and was buried at the Thakeham
Quaker Cemetery. He was of Thakeham.
Joan. Joan died on 3 August 1683
and was buried at the Thakeham Quaker Cemetery.
Richard and Joan had the following children:
John Snashall was born on 9 February 1656 in Keymer.
He died on 11 July and was buried on 15 July 1732 at the Twineham
Quaker Cemetery. He was a blacksmith of Thakeham and
Hurstpierpoint. His house at Thakeham was used for Quaker
meetings in 1677. He left Thakeham by 1682.
John married three times, firstly to
on 1 February 1673 at the Thakeham Quaker Meeting Hall.
Elizabeth died on 14 September 1676 and was buried at the Thakeham
Quaker Cemetery. John next married Elizabeth Hammond
on 25 April 1681 at the Pains Place, Cuckfield Quaker Meeting Hall.
John married for a third time to Elizabeth Bradford
John and his second wife had the following child:
John Snashall was born 25 September 1686.
He died on 5 May 1772. He was a surgeon of Hurstpierpoint.
His house was used for Quaker meetings at Hurstpierpoint in the
1720's. He was mentioned in the diary of Thomas
Marchant of Hurstpierpoint.
John married twice, firstly to to
Mary died on 16 February 1726 and her death was registered at
the Brighton Quaker Meeting. John next married Hannah Gates on 9 September 1726 at the Guildford
Quaker Meeting. Hannah died on 12 October 1756.
John had the following children:
Elizabeth Snashall was born on 3 April
1719. Elizabeth married Thomas Barr
of Ware, Hertfordshire on 30 April 1743 at the Brighton
Mary Snashall was born on 1 February 1721.
Martha Snashall was born 16 February 1726.
Thomas Page of Ware,
Hertfordshire on 30 April 1743 at the Brighton Quaker
Sarah Snashall was born on 5 June 1727.
Elijah Waring of Alton,
Hampshire on 14 July 1749 at the Brighton Quaker Meeting.
Elizabeth Snashall was born on 2 January 1683.
Elizabeth married ? Butcher before 1732.
Mary Snashall was born 25 February 1685.
James Newnham on 8 May 1712 in
Horsted Keynes, Sussex. He was of Horsted Keynes.
Sarah Snashall was born on 16 February 1688 and
died in 1690.
Thomas Snashall was of Beeding and Thakeham.
He died on 6 October 1707 and was buried at the Thakeham Quaker
Thomas married twice, firstly to
Sarah Eager on 4
August 1677 at the Cuckfield Meeting. She was of Cuckfield and
died on 29 April 1683. Thomas next married Elizabeth
Edwards on 6 February 1685 at Pains Place Quaker Meeting.
She was also of Cuckfield.
Samuel Snashall was a maltster of Lewes and yeoman
of Hurstpierpoint in 1683. In 1688 he was of Burfield in
Lancing and in 1698 of Southover. He owned Randidles in
Hurstpierpoint which he purchased in 1698 for £265, and the "White
Lyon" in Lewes. His will was dated 1 April 1712 and proved on
1 October 1712.
Ann and she was mentioned in her
Samuel and Ann had the following children:
John Snashall was a yeoman of Lewes. His
will was dated 11 October 1737 and directed that he should have
private burial with no sermon. He was of New Shoreham in
John married Sarah Comber
by licence on 16
October 1696 at Kingston Bucy.
John and Sarah had the following child:
John Snashall was an apothecary and gent of
Lewes. He received £50 from his father's will of 1737.
John ownd Randidles and Storers Fields in Hurstpierpoint and
land in Barcombe, Iford, Heathfield and Southhover. He
was apprenticed to Dr Richard Russell a
surgeon of Lewes from 1713-20. He lived at 203 High
Street, Lewes from 1730-76, which he rebuilt in 1730.
His will was dated 4 January 1782.
John married twice, firstly to
of Southover on 11 June 1728 at Hamsey. He next
married Mary Ade, the widow of Thomas Ridge on 7 January 1742 at Stanmer.
Thomas Snashall was baptised on 23 June
1701 at the Westgate Chapel, Lewes. He was a tanner of
Lewes. From his father's will of 1737 he received
Mary Weller of Lewes on 17
September 1728 at Hamsey.
Thomas had the following children:
Elizabeth Snashall was born on 21 July
and baptised on 9 August 1743 at the Westgate Chapel,
Lewes. She received £100 from her uncle Samuel's
will of 1777 and inherited her uncle John's property in
Southover in 1782.
Elizabeth married Dr Joseph Ridge of
Lewes. Joseph had been apprenticed to John
Samuel Snashall was born on 10 December
1747 and baptised on 5 January 1748 at the Westgate
Chapel, Lewes. He inherited property from his
uncles John and Samuel in 1777 and 1782. He was
apprenticed to John Reed of Lewes,
mercer. He was joint Lord of Ilford Manor in 1810.
Samuel and Sarah had the following child:
Samuel Snashall was born on 27
August and baptised on 29 September 1783 at the
Westgate Chapel, Lewes. He died in 1828.
Samuel was of Iford.
Samuel Snashall was a doctor of physic and
had been apprenticed to his brother John from 1725-32.
He was the residual legatee and executor of his father's
1737 will. Samuel owned land in Iford and had property
in All Saints parish, Lewes which he received under the
terms of his brother John's will of 1782. His own will
was dated 25 August 1777. Samuel most probably died
unmarried and without children.
Samuel Snashall was mercer of Petworth in 1706.
Samuel and Thomasine had the following children:
Samuel Snashall was apprenticed to John Brown, apothecary in 1706-14. Samuel
received a legacy of £300 from his grandfather's will of
1712. He was probably the minister of Stoke Newington,
Middlesex who helphed to ordain Ebenezer Johnston
at Westgate Chapel, Lewes in 1742.
Mary Snashall received a legacy of £100
from her grandfather's will in 1712.
John Everest a tallow chandler
of Greenwich, Kent.
Sarah Snsahall was baptised on 5 April 1672 and
buried on 14 September 1675 in Hurstpierpoint.
Sarah Snashall was born on 24 December 1657.
Richard Verrall of Arundel on 6
February 1680 at the Arundel or Thakeham Quaker Meeting.
John Snashall was baptised on 30 November 1615 in
Horsham and buried there on 28 December 1615.
Samuel Snashall was baptised on 23 February 1617 in
Slaugham. He was left a 5 shilling legacy by his paternal
grandfather. He was of Cuckfield, then in 1656 of Keymer and when
the 1662 Hearth Tax assessment was made he was of Hurstpierpoint.
Samuel was buried on 16 March 1665 in Hurstpierpoint.
Samuel and Elizabeth had the following children:
Samuel Snashall was baptised on 20 June 1645 in
Elizabeth Snashall was baptised on 21 March 1647 in
Anne Snashall was baptised on 15 December 1648 in
Thomas Snashall was baptised on 16 January 1651 in
Sarah Snashall was baptised on 14 February 1653 in
John Snashall was born on 9 April and baptised on
23 April 1656 in Cuckfield.
Robert Snashall was baptised on 3 March 1624 in
William Snashall was baptised on 20 September 1626 in
Slaugham. He was of Slaugham and East Grinstead. William was
a blacksmith. He died of plague and was buried on 14 October 1666
in East Grinstead.
William and Mercy had the following children:
Thomas Snashall was baptised on 10 May 1654.
He died of plague and was buried on 21 September 1666 in East
William Snashall was baptised on 6 December 1655
and buried in December 1661 in East Grinstead.
A child was buried on 18 May 1658 in East Grinstead.
Elizabeth Snashall was baptised on 26 May 1659.
She died of plague and was buried on 8 October 1666 in East
William Snashall was baptised on 17 November 1661
and buried on 13 February 1663 in East Grinstead.
Jone Snashall was baptised on 3 December 1663 in
An unbaptised child died of plague and was buried on 18 October 1666
in East Grinstead.
Henry Snashall was baptised on 28 October 1628 in
Slaugham. He may have married
Joane Hammond in 1652
and then Ann Borer
in 1677. (They have their own page.)
Robert Snashall was baptised on 25 December 1630 in
Jane wife of Robert Snashall was buried on 28 December 1664 in Slaugham.
John Snashall was baptised on 16 February 1634 in
Slaugham. He was buried on 6 February 1669 in West Chiltington.
He was a blacksmith. John was trustee of the Shipley Meeting House
in 1667 and then of West Chiltington. He may have been the John Snashall who in 1657 interrupted church services in
John married Ann.
John and Ann had the following children:
Jane Snashall was baptised on 8 January 1664 in
John Snashall was baptised on 28 September 1666 in
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