and Mary CARPENTER (1780-1860)
and Mary Carpenter married on 23 November 1812 in Ditchling, Sussex.
(They were the 3x Great Grandparents of David Fyson.)
was baptised on 7 February 1779 in Nuthurst, Sussex. He was the son of
Edward Tullett (1736-1803) and
Elizabeth Whiting (1740-1793).
He was an Agricultural Labourer. He
died aged 80 years at Ditchling Common and was buried on 1 March 1860 in
was baptised on 19 November 1780 in Nuthurst. She was the daughter of
John Carpenter and Mary. She died aged 78 years at
Ditchling Common and was buried on 25 March 1860 in Ditchling.
When the 1841
census was recorded James and Mary were living on Ditchling Common and they
were both said to be 60 years old. With them were Mary Tullett
25, James Tulett, 20 and William Tulett
60. The 3 men were all agricultural labourers.
In 1851 the couple
along with their daughter Mary and James's brother William were living in
Ditchling. James was a 72 year old agricultural labourer and Mary was
71. His brother was a 73 year old agricultural labourer and all 3 said
they were born in Horsham.
James Tullett and Mary Carpenter
had 3 known children:
was baptised on 19 February 1815 in Wivelsfield, Sussex. He died aged 33 years and was buried on 8 March
1848 in Ditchling.
Did he marry Emma Fuller before 1843?
1851 census was recorded Emma Tullett, widow aged 30 and born in
Lindfield, Sussex, together with 2 sons David Tullett aged 6 and
William Tullett aged 4, were living in North Street, Ditchling in the
home of Emma's parents Thomas Fuller and Elizabeth.
However, her father's age was recorded as 45 years and her mother as 60
years, so either the census is wrong or Thomas may have been her step
was baptised on 19 May 1816 in Wivelsfield. She died unmarried aged 54 years
in the Workhouse and was buried on 4 April 1871 in Ditchling. She
was said to be 25 years old in 1841. In
1851 she was an unmarried 34 year old housekeeper to her parents and Uncle William Tullett.
The census recorded that she was born in Ditchling. The 1861
census recorded that she was an unmarried 45 year old and lodging with
the family of 23 year old John Fuller on Ditchling
was baptised on 18 January 1818 in Wivelsfield. He married
(c1821-?) in 1842. (They have their own page.)
The following has been copied from the A2A web site:
Manor of Ditchling
FILE - Absolute Surrender
- ref. SAS-DR/104
- date: 6 Feb 1812
By JOHN BONIFACE
late of Ditchling and then of Beeding, yeoman, to the use of JAMES TULET
of Nuthurst, co. Sussex, yeoman, for £650 - of a tenement, barn and 25 ac.
in Ditchling called the Inholmes, rent 3s. 4½d
This page was reviewed 10 April 2012