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William WESTMORE (1713-?)

and Mary SPICER (1706-1800)

 

William Westmore and Mary Spicer were, I believe, my 6x Great Grandparents.  (Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)  They married on 4 February 1738/9 at the parish church of St. Nicholas in Brighton, Sussex.

William Westmore may have been baptised on 27 September 1713 in Icklesham, Sussex and have been the son of John Westmore and Mary Cornford.

Mary Spicer was baptised on 24 November 1706 in Brighton.  She was the daughter of Richard Spicer (1682-1749) and Mary.  Mary died aged 91 years and was buried on 24 February 1800 in Brighton, therefore, she was born about 1708/9.

I still have much to do on this family and for the moment much of the data on this page is just speculation on my part.

 

William Westmore and Mary Spicer had 7 possible children:

  1. Mary Westmore was baptised on 28 November 1739 at the Union Street Chapel in Ship Street, Brighton, and probably died as an infant.

  2. John Westmore was born about 1738.  He died aged 77 years and was buried on 8 March 1815 in Brighton.  The burial register noted that he was from Petty France.

    John married Joyce May on 25 December 1766 in Brighton.

    Joyce was baptised on 2 February 1738/9 at St. Nicholas, Brighton and was the daughter of John May and Joyce Cook.  She was buried on 28 January 1805 in Brighton.

  3. Mary Westmore was baptised on 16 June 1742 at the Union Street Chapel in Ship Street, Brighton.

    Mary married William Pope on 27 November 1764 in Brighton.

    William was baptised on 25 August 1739 in Rottingdean, Sussex and was the son of Cornelius Pope and Magdelene Clare.

    William and Mary had 3 known daughters:

    1. Martha Pope was baptised on 19 January 1766 in Rottingdean.

      Martha married Henry Haselgrove by banns on 29 June 1785 in Brighton.

      The couple had 7 known children:

      1. Martha Haselgrove was baptised on 12 February 1787 in Brighton.

      2. Mary Leach Haselgrove was baptised on 24 May 1789 in Brighton.

      3. Hannah Haselgrove was baptised on 21 October 1791 in Brighton.

      4. Lucy Haselgrove was baptised on 11 February 1794 in Brighton.  She married Thomas Wisden by banns on 22 May 1815 in Brighton.

      5. Henry Hazelgrove was born in September 1795 and baptised on 29 December 1795 in Brighton.  He died on 17 December 1841.

      6. John Hazelgrove was born and baptised on 1 October 1798 in Brighton.  He may have married twice.  Firstly to Rosanne Markwick on 15 February 1819 and then to Mary Leach on 19 May 1827.  Both marriages in Brighton.

      7. Sarah Haselgrove was born on 18 May 1801 and baptised on 6 August 1801 in Brighton.  She was buried there on 6 May 1802.

    2. Mary Pope was baptised on 5 April 1769 in Rottingdean.

      Mary married Henry Smith by banns on 13 June 1791 in Rottingdean.  He was a bachelor of Chailey, Sussex and Mary was a spinster of Rottingdean.

      The couple had 7 known children:

      1. William Smith was baptised on 17 May 1794 in Rottingdean.

      2. Thomas Smith was baptised on 28 August 1796 in Rottingdean.

      3. Ann Smith was baptised on 11 March 1798 in Rottingdean.

      4. Reuben Pope Smith was baptised on 2 August 1800 in Rottingdean.

      5. Henry Smith was baptised on 22 Augugst 1802 in Rottingdean and probably died as an infant.

      6. Henry Smith was baptised on 10 June 1804 in Rottingdean.

      7. Richard Smith was baptised on 15 November 1807 in Rottingdean.

    3. Hannah Pope was baptised on 18 August 1773 in Rottingdean.

      Hannah may have married Robert Pullen by banns on 7 August 1792 in Brighton.  He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Brighton.

      The couple had 5 known children:

      1. William Pullen was baptised on 21 November 1797 in Brighton.

      2. Marianne Pullen was baptised on 10 October 1802 in Brighton.

      3. Martha Pullen was baptised on 3 November 1805 in Brighton.

      4. Robert Pullen was baptised on 13 November 1808 in Brighton.

      5. Hannah Pullen was baptised on 25 December 1811 in Brighton.  She married John Streeter on 29 October 1827 in Brighton.

  4. Ann Westmore married Thomas Pope on 11 May 1766 in Brighton.

    Thomas was baptised on 19 July 1741 in Rottingdean and was the son of Cornelius Pope and Magdelene Clare.

    Thomas and Ann had 4 known children:

    1. Thomas Pope was baptised on 2 July 1775 in Rottingdean.  He may have married Ann Hamper by banns on 19 January 1807 in Rottingdean.

    2. William Westmore Pope was baptised on 15 March 1778 in Rottingdean.

      As William Westmar Pope he married Charlotte Fowler by banns on 8 October 1798 in Rottingdean.

      The couple had 5 known children:

      1. Thomas Westmore Pope was born in 1799.

      2. Charlotte Westmore Pope was baptised on 14 December 1800 in Rottingdean.

      3. Charles Edward Pope was baptised on 14 December 1800 in Rottingdean.

      4. Ann Westmore Pope was baptised on 10 June 1804 in Rottingdean.

      5. Sara Westmore Pope was baptised on 6 July 1806 in Rottingdean.  She married Nathaniel Gunn by banns on 26 August 1829 at St. John sub Castro in Lewes, Sussex.

      William may have died before 1818 as Charlotte Fowler Pope married John Philips by banns on 9 August 1818 in Rottingdean.

    3. Ann Pope was baptised on 30 November 1780 in Rottingdean.  She may have married William Hardy by banns on 18 July 1807 in Brighton.  He was then a bachelor of the Kings Dragoon Guards and she was a spinster.

    4. Sarah Pope was born on 28 July 1782 and baptised on 27 October 1782 in Rottingdean.  She may have married James Tobit by banns on 29 September 1799 in Brighton.  He was a bachelor and Private in the Sussex Militia, whilst she was a spinster.

  5. Sarah Westmore was buried on 30 December 1777 in Brighton.  The burial register noted that she was the wife of Phippard Jasper.

    Sarah married Phippard Jasper on 21 July 1771 in Brighton.

    There is an entry in the St. Nicholas, Brighton baptism register for [blank] Jasper who was baptised on 16 August 1747, the son of Samuel Jasper and Mary.  Samuel married Mary Gillett in 1741 in Stanmer.

    Phippard next married  Hannah Davey on 12 September 1778 in Brighton.  Hannah died aged 65 years and was buried on 18 December 1820 in Brighton.  She was then of Air Street.

    Phippard and Sarah had 2 known daughters:

    1. Sarah Jasper was baptised on 1 June 1772 in Brighton and buried there on 1 May 1774.  The burial register noted that she was the daughter of Phippard and Sarah.

    2. Sal Jasper was baptised on 29 November 1774 in Brighton.

    3. John Jasper was baptised on 4 April 1777 in Brighton.

    Did the couple also have a daughter named Sybil Jasper who married John Haselden by banns on 10 December 1811 in Brighton?

  6. Hannah Westmore married William Barnard on 24 October 1774 in Brighton.

  7. Sybil Westmore (c1751-1814), my 5x Great Grandmother, married John Howell (1751-?) in 1776.  (They have their own page.)

 

SPICER          WESTMORE

This page was updated on 19 May 2012