and Elizabeth MOORE (1819-1854)
and Elizabeth Moore married on 5 November 1837 in Cowfold, Sussex.
James was then a 23 year old bachelor and labourer of North Church and
Elizabeth a 19 year old spinster of Brook. Their fathers were named as
William Tulett and Charles Moore. The witnesses to their
marriage were William Tulett and Mary Moore. As a
widower James married Ellen Moore, widow on 11 June 1864 in Cowfold.
As Eleanor Botting she had married Thomas Moore on 12
September 1842 in Cowfold. Their father's were named as
Charles Moore and William Botting and the
witnesses to their marriage were James Tulett and
Henry Hill. (They were not my direct ancestors,
but my mother's maiden name was Tullett and so I am interested in all
Tullett families, just to make sure I'm on the right track with my own.)
was born about 1814-1818 in Slaugham, Sussex. Might he have been
baptised on 23 November 1810 in Slaugham, Sussex and have been the son of
William Tulett and
Phoebe Hills? He died
aged 80 years at the Cuckfield Union workhouse and was buried on 13 December
1890 in Cuckfield, which fits nicely with the 1810 baptism.
may have been born between 1818 and 1821 in Bolney, Sussex, but no baptism
has been found for her at that time in Bolney. She may have been
baptised on 24 October 1819 in Cowfold, Sussex, the daughter of
Moore (1769-?) and
(1781-1834). A transcript the Cowfold baptisms records that the
Elizabeth baptised in 1819 was the daughter of Charles and Mary. Her
father was a labourer at the time of her baptism. She died aged 33
years and was buried on 3 September 1854 in Cowfold.
probably baptised as Eleanor Botting on 27 December 1818 in Cowfold,
the daughter of William Botting and Hannah Billings. She
may have died aged 62 years in West Grinstead and have been buried as
Ellen Tullett in Cowfold on 18 September 1885.
Eleanor Tulett was a witness to the marriage of
Thomas White and Sarah Foice, widow on 22 December
1866 in Cowfold.
When the 1841
census was recorded James, Elizabeth and their 2 young children were living
at Little Brook in Cowfold and James was a farm labourer. In 1851
James was a 33 year old servant/gardener living at Averys House in Cowfold,
whilst 31 year old Elizabeth and their 5 children were living at Pound House
in Cowfold. The 1861 census records that 46 year old James was still a
gardener and he was living at Pound House, Cowfold along with his 5
children. In 1871, James aged 57, Ellen aged 51 and son Alfred were
living in Henfield Road, Cowfold and James was a gardener. By 1881, 66
year old James was a farm bailiff living at Ivories in West Grinstead along
with his 55 year old wife Ellen and son-in-law George Moore who was
an unmarried 27 year old agricultural labourer who had been born in Cowfold.
James Tulett and Elizabeth Moore
had 8 known children:
was baptised on 8 July 1838 in Cowfold. The baptism register
described his father as a labourer. He was 3 years old in 1841.
In 1851 he was a 12 year old plough boy.
was baptised on 13 October 1839 in Cowfold, at which time her father was a
labourer. She was a year old in 1841. In 1851 she was 11
married twice, firstly to ? Slater. She then as
Mary Slater, married
on 27 February 1869 in West Grinstead. He was then a 20 year old
bachelor and labourer and she was a 29 year old widow. Their
fathers were named as
Pronger and James Tullett who were both
labourers. The witnesses to their marriage were Alfred
Tullett and Fanny Moore.
was baptised on 28 September 1845 in Cowfold, at which time her father was
a labourer. When the 1851 census was recorded she was 5 years old.
was born about 1846 in Cowfold. She was probably baptised as
Emily Talet on 28 November 1847 in Cowfold, at which time her
father was a labourer. She was 3 years old in
1851. In 1861 she was 12 years old and the eldest of her siblings
living at home.
may have been born about 1848 in Cowfold and baptised there on 31 March
1850. The baptism register described his father as a labourer.
In 1851 he was a year old. He was 11 years old in 1861.
was baptised on 14 March 1852 in Cowfold, at which time his father was a
labourer. He married
Elizabeth Burton in 1873. (They have their own page.)
was baptised on 9 July 1854 in Cowfold, at which time her father was a
labourer.. She died aged 31 years on 7 September 1886 at Tower
Hill and was buried on 12 September 1886 in Horsham.. She was 6
year old Dinah Tullett when the 1861 census was recorded.
Diana married Amos Carter by banns on 14 April 1878 in Horsham.
He was then a 25 year old bachelor and labourer and she was a 23 year
old spinster. Their fathers were named as Charles Carter
James Tulett who were both labourers. The witnesses to
their marriage were James Tulett and Ellen
Amos was baptised on 29 February 1852 in Horsham and was the son of
Charles Carter (1824-1905) and
Phoebe Stone (c1826-1897). He died aged 30 years and was buried
on 6 November 1881 in Horsham.. His brother
Ephraim Carter married
Penfold in 1871.
The 1881 census records that the couple and their 3 sons were living at
Pellings Farm in Horsham. Amos was then a 29 year old farm
labourer and Diana was 26.
When the 1891 census was recorded Amos and Dinah's 3 younger children
were living with his parents, 66 year old Charles and 63 year old
Pheobe, and his sister Louisa who was an unmarried 33 year old, at
Fonthing Hill in Warnham.
They had 4 known children:
Carter was born about 1876 in Horsham. He was 5 years old in
Carter was baptised on 19 January 1879 in Horsham. He was 2
years old in 1881. In 1891 he was a 12 year old scholar.
was baptised on 11 July 1880 in Horsham. At the time of the 1881
census he was 10 months. In 1891 he was a 10 year old scholar.
Carter was baptised on 4 December 1881 in Horsham. She was a 9
year old scholar in 1891.
was baptised on 9 July 1854 in Cowfold, at which time his father was a
labourer. He was 6 years old in 1861. When the 1881 census
was recorded he was an unmarried 26 year old agricultural labourer
living in Kent Street, Shermanbury.
Baytop by banns on 1 December 1881 in West Grinstead.
He was then a 26 year old bachelor and gardener from Shermanbury.
She was a 19 year old servant. Their fathers were named as
James Tulett a gardener and
John Baytop a carter. The witnesses to their
marriage were George Moore and Harriet Baytop.
Louisa was baptised on 3 August 1862 in Shermanbury and was the daughter
of John Baytup
Sarah Clarke (1825-?).
When the 1891 census was recorded the couple and their 5 sons were
living at Gratwick South Cottage, Henfield Road in Cowfold.
Henry Tullett was a 38 year old fish hawker and Louisa
was 28. In 1901 the couple and 4 sons were living at Malthouse in
Steyning. Henry was then a 47 year old stockman on a farm and
Louisa was 38.
Henry and Louisa had the the following children:
Tullett was born about 1883 in Cowfold. He was an 8 year
old scholar in 1891.
Tullett was born about 1885 in Nuthurst. He was a 6 year
old scholar in 1891. In 1901 he was a 16 year old carter on a
Tullett was born about 1887 in Horsham. He was a 4 year
old scholar in 1891. In 1901 he was a 14 year old carter on a
Tullett was born about 1889 in Cowfold. In 1891 he was 2
years old. He was 12 years old when the 1901 census was recorded.
Tullett was born in 1890 in Cowfold. At the time of the
1891 census he was 6 months old. He was 10 years old in 1901.
This page was reviewed 10 April 2012