and Ann GODDARD (c1794-1840)
and Ann Goddard married by banns on 6 November 1819 in Cuckfield,
Sussex. He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both
of Cuckfield. The witnesses to the marriage were Charles Tullett,
Catherine Tullett and Richard Anscombe.
(They were not my direct ancestors.)
was baptised on 20 February 1791 in Cowfold, Sussex. He was the son
Tullett (1757-1817) and
Ann Goddard's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown,
to me. She died aged
46 years and was buried on 24 July 1840 in Cuckfield. Might she have
been the daughter of William Goddard (c1762-?) and
Ann Gallup (c1764-?).
The 1841 census records that James Tulett was a 40 year old
gate keeper, living in part of Leigh Gate House in Cuckfield. With him
on census night were 3 of his daughters, Sarah, Ann and Kitty.
James Tullett and Ann Goddard
had 6 known children:
Tullett was baptised on 28 July 1822 in Cowfold, at which time her father
was a labourer.
Tulett was baptised on 5 September 1824 in Cowfold. She was
buried on 8 March 1913 in Cuckfield. In 1851 she was 15 years old
and living with her father in Cuckfield.
Sarah Ann Tullett
she married William Godsmark on 13 November 1847 in Cuckfield.
She was then a spinster and he a bachelor and labourer. They were
both of full age and of Cuckfield.
William was born about 1819 in
Cuckfield and died in February 1892 in Ansty, Sussex. He was the
son of Richard Godsmark (1775-1862) and Mary Scott
William and Sarah Ann had the following children:
Godsmark was born about 1846 in Brighton.
Godsmark was born about 1849 in Cuckfield. He married Mary Bowles on 15 November 1873 in Cuckfield.
Godsmark was born about 1853 in Cuckfield. He died in
Hailsham, Sussex in 1942. William married Sarah Bowles in
Godsmark was born about 1858 in Cuckfield.
Sarah Godsmark was born about 1865 in Cuckfield.
was baptised on 1 April 1827 in Cowfold.
Tulett was born on 4 March 1830 and baptised on 21 March 1830
in Bolney. The baptism register noted that her father was a
was baptised on 9 September 1832 in Cowfold. In 1841 she was 8
years old and living with her father. When the 1851 census was
recorded she was 17 years old an living with her Uncle William
Burtenshaw and Aunt Jemima Burtenshaw, at 17
Peter Street, Brighton.
Ann Tullett she
married Thomas Partridge on 12 October 1851 in Cuckfield.
She was a spinster and he a bachelor and labourer. They were both
of full age and of Cuckfield. The witnesses to the marriage were
Henry Godsmark and Harriet Burtenshaw.
the son of Thomas Partridge. In 1882 he was a railway
porter. He died before 1890.
and Ann had the following
James Partridge was born on 17 July 1854 in Brighton, Sussex.
He died in January 1949.
Mary Hallaway on
29 July 1890 in Fairlight, Sussex.
Mary was born on 24 September
1860 in Brightling, Sussex and was the daughter of Stephen Hallaway
(c1832-?) and Harriet Stonestreet (c1840-?).
Mary had 5 daughters.
Elizabeth Partridge was born about 1857 in Brighton. When
the 1881 census was recorded she was a 24 year old domestic servant in
the home of Anne Simpson at 4 Woodland Road, Keymer, Sussex.
Alfred Goddard on 4 March 1882.
born about 1853 in Cuckfield and was the son of George Goddard
Alfred and Phoebe had a daughter and 2 sons.
Tullett was born about 1839, possibly in Brighton. In 1841 she was 2 years old and
living with her father. When the 1851 census was recorded she was
12 years old and living with her Uncle William Burtenshaw
and Aunt Jemima Burtenshaw.
Burtenshaw married Jemima Stevens on 2 April 1837
in Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. She was then a widow.
Burtenshaw was baptised on 5 June 1814 in West Grinstead and was
the son of Thomas Burtenshaw and Sophia Steer.
Might Jemima have
been the daughter of William Goddard (c1762-?) and
Ann Gallup (c1764-?)? And, therefore, the sister of
Ann Goddard who married James Tullett.
In 1841 the couple
were living at Ansty within the parish of Cuckfield. William was a 25
year old agricultural labourer and Jemima was 30. With them on census
were 2 of their children and 16 year old Elizabeth Burtenshaw,
5 year old William Burtenshaw, and 76 year
old Ann Goddard. When the 1851
census was recorded William was a 36 year old labourer and gave his place of
birth as West Grinstead. Jemima was 40 years old and said she was born
in Cuckfield. In 1861, 47 year old William was a sawyers labourer and
he was living at 5 Elder Street, Brighton, along with his 50 year old wife
Jemima. Also with them was their son William and his wife, and their 2
William and Jemima
had the following children:
Burtenshaw was baptised on 24 June 1838 in Hurstpierpoint.
In 1841 he was 3 years old. He was 13 years old in 1851.
Burtenshaw was born in the third quarter of 1840 in Cuckfield.
At the time of the 1841 census she was a year old. She was 11
years old in 1851.
Richard William Bridger in the fourth quarter of 1857
was born about 1837 in Godalming, Surrey.
When the 1861
census was recorded the couple and their young daughter were living in
Park Terrace East, Horsham. William was then a 24 year old
cordwainer and Jemima was a 20 year old shoebinder. They had the
following known child:
Elizabeth A. Bridger was born about 1860
in Brighton. She was a year old in 1861.
Burtenshaw was born about 1842 in Cuckfield. She was 9
years old in 1851. In 1861 she was a 17 year old hair platter.
Ann Burtenshaw was baptised on 12 July 1846 at St. Peter's in
Brighton. At the time of the 1851 census she was 5 years old.
In 1861 she was a 14 year old dressmaker's apprentice.
Stevens and Jemima had the following son:
Stevens was baptised on 31 July 1836 in Hurstpierpoint.
In 1841 he may have been 5 year old William Burtenshaw.
When the 1861 census was recorded he would seem to have been 23 year old
William Burtenshaw and he was then a railway porter,
living with his 25 year old wife Lydia, who had been
born Langley, Buckinghamshire. The couple were living with his
parents, William and Jemima.
Stevens was born on 13 June 1808 and baptised on 10 July 1808 in
Hurstpierpoint, and was the son of Henry Stevens and
I don't think the
following are connected:
Stevens married Jemima Ashdown by banns on 29
January 1829 in Frant, Sussex. He was a widower and she a widow and
they were both of Frant.
Ashdown married Jemima Haffenden by banns on 1 May
1827 in Heathfield. They were both of Heathfield.
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