Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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Emery STRETER (c1560-1607)

and Agnes TILLY (?-?)

 

Emery Streter and Agnes Tilly married on 18 June 1590 in Thakeham, Sussex.

Emery Streatter was buried on 8 April 1607 in Shipley, Sussex.  I am assuming he was born in the 1560's and possibly in Shipley.  The Shipley baptism register commences in 1584.  Might he have been the son of Emery Streter and Sybil Cole who had married in Horsham, Sussex on 24 April 1559?  (Emery and Sybil don't appear to have had children baptised in Horsham, nor were their burials recorded in the parish.)

As Agnes Streter she may have married Richard Fuller on 30 January 1615 in Shipley.  The marriage register did not mention whether she was widow or not.

 

Emery Streter and Agnes Tilly may have had the following children:

  1. Emery Streeter may have been part of this family.

    Emery may have married twice, firstly to Alice Taverner on 17 July 1614 in Washington, Sussex.  He was then of Warminghurst and she of Washington.  Emery may then have married Mary Binstead by licence on 31 August 1626 at St. Pancras in Chichester.  Their licence was issued on the same day by the Deanery of Chichester and noted that he was or Worminghurst and she was a widow of Storrington.

  2. Henry Streater was baptised on 10 April 1594 in Shipley.  He may have been buried as Henry Streter on 19 May 1651 in Shipley.

    Henry may have married Joane before or about 1621.

    Joane wife of Henry Streeter was buried on 27 October 1648 in Shipley.

    Henry had the following children:

    1. John Strettour was baptised on 17 June 1621 in Shipley.  He may have been buried on 21 June 1621, but the Shipley burial register only records that a John Strettour was buried.

    2. Ann Streeter was baptised on 5 January 1622/3 and 8 May 1623 in Shipley.

    3. Richard Streater was baptised on 14 March 1624 in Shipley.  He may have been buried in Shipley on 4 February 1657/8 or 2 September 1658 or on 31 March 1660.

      Richard may have married Elizabeth Ansted on 28 May 1649 in Shipley.

      Richard had the following childen:

      1. Richard Streter was buried on 20 November 1649 in Shipley.  The burial register noted he was the son of Richard Streter.

      2. John Streter was baptised on 5 December 1651 in Shipley and buried there on 7 April 1658 in Shipley.

      3. Joan Stretter was born on 8 October 1654 and her birth was recorded in the Shipley baptism register.

    4. Joan Streater was baptised on 25 March 1627 in Shipley.

    5. Elizabeth Streater was baptised on 9 November 1628 in Shipley.

      As Elesebeth Stretter she may have married Thomas Mostoll on 5 August 1651 in Shipley.

    6. James Streater was baptised on 12 February 1631/2 in Shipley.  He may have been buried as James Streter on 15 May 1667 in Shipley.

  3. Elinoor Stretter was baptised on 3 February 1596 in Shipley.

    An Elenor Strettour was buried on 7 October 1618 in Shipley.  However, a Richard Stretour had married Elenor Morrell on 6 October 1617 in Shipley.

    A marriage licence was issued on 8 June 1630 by the Deanery of Chichester to Ninian Davy a tailor and Eleanor Streater a spinster of Pulborough.  However, an Eleanor Streeter was baptised on 29 October 1609 in Pulborough, the daughter of Edward Streeter and Mary Greenfield.

  4. John Streater was baptised on 14 March 1600 in Shipley.

 

STREETER          TILLY

This page was created on 14 September 2011