and Rebecca ROGERS (1789-1815)
and Susannah DAVEY (c1776-1862)
and Rebecca Rogers married on 25 January 1807 in Cowden, Kent.
Edward Tullett next married Susannah Baker by banns on 26
April 1823 in Fletching, Sussex. They were both then of Fletching.
As Susanna Davy she had previously married William Baker by
banns on 17 April 1798 in Horsted Keynes, Sussex, at which time they were
both of Horsted Keynes. (They were not my direct ancestors.)
was baptised on 11 August 1782 in Horsted Keynes, Sussex. He was the
son of Edward
Edward was buried on 12 February 1864 in Horsted Keynes.
was baptised on 2 January 1790 in Cowden. She was the daughter of
Daniel Rogers and Mary. She was buried on 22 March
1815 in Fletching.
was born about 1776 in Lindfield, Sussex. She was buried on 3
September 1862 in Horsted, Keynes.
When the 1841
census was recorded Edward and Susanna were living in part of Hale House in
Horsted Keynes. Edward was then an agricultural labourer. Also
with the couple were Edward's son Able, Issac Steadman aged 20,
Sarah Steadman 25 and 4 month old Martha Steadman. In 1851
the couple were still living at Hale House. Edward was then 68 and
Susannah 75 and it was noted that she was blind. Also with the couple
were 50 year old son-in-law Abraham Baker, 42 year old
daughter-in-law Lydia Baker, Eliza Baker 8 year old niece,
Olivia Baker 5 year old niece, 9 month old nephew George Baker
and 36 year old unmarried lodger John Rand. At the time of the
1861 census Edward and Susanna were living in Hale House, along with Abel,
Abraham, Lydia, Olivia and 6 year old Jesse Baker.
Edward Tullett and
Rebecca Rogers had 3 known children:
Daniel Tulet was baptised on 26 July 1807 in Cowden, Sussex.
He married Ann Leopard in 1829. (They will have their own
Abel Tulett was baptised on 16 February 1812 in Horsted Keynes.
He did not marry. In 1841 he was living with his father and step
mother and he was an agricultural labourer. He was an unmarried 47
year old agricultural labourer living with his father. When the 1871
census was recorded he was an unmarried 60 year old agricultural labourer
living at Hold House in Horsted Keynes. In 1881 he was a 71 year old
labourer boarding in the home of Edward Wood at Hale House in
James Tulit was baptised on 9 April 1815 in Horsted Keynes.
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