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John WHITEMAN (1769-1843)

and Sarah MEPHAM (c1763-1824)

and Elizabeth (c1775-1837)

 

John Whiteman and Sarah Mepham married by licence on 24 December 1787 in Udimore, Sussex.  John and Sarah were both then of Udimore.  After Sarah's death, John married Elizabeth Price, widow by banns on 25 May 1825 in Udimore.  They were both of Udimore.  The witnesses to the marriage were Sarah Masters and John Grant (parish clerk).  (John and wives were not my direct ancestors.  John's sister, Mary Godfrey Whiteman (1776-1845) was my 4x Great Grandmother.)

John Whiteman was baptised on 24 March 1769 in Udimore.  He was the son of Thomas Whiteman (1729-1810) and Sarah Fuller (1738-1809).  He died aged 74 years on 10 November 1843 in Rye, Sussex and was buried on 18 November 1843 in Udimore.  When the 1841 census was recorded he was 72 years old and living in Street, Udimore in the home of 20 year old Levi Pilbeam and presumably his wife Eliza Pilbeam - Levi married Eliza Mepham on 21 January 1837 in Frant, Sussex.

Sarah Mepham's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.  She died aged 61 years and buried on 14 March 1824 in Udimore.

Elizabeth's date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me.  She died aged 62 years and was buried on 8 October 1837 in Udimore.  As Elizabeth Foster she may have married Samuel Price on 27 June 1801 in Guestling, Sussex.  He was then of Fairlight, Sussex.

 

John Whiteman and Sarah Mepham had 7 known children:

  1. Mary Ellis Whiteman was baptised on 25 May 1788 in Udimore.  She may have been buried on 19 July 1796 in Udimore, but the burial register only records that Mary Whiteman was buried.

  2. John Whiteman was baptised on 8 August 1790 in Udimore and buried there on 1 April 1814 aged 23 years.

    John married Ann who died aged 19 years and was buried on 6 July 1815 in Udimore.

  3. Thomas Whiteman was baptised on 27 November 1792 in Udimore.  He died in 1861 in Camden, New South Wales, Australia.

    Thomas married Mary Butchers by banns on 30 May 1814 in Udimore.  At the time he was a bachelor and she a spinster who were both of Udimore.  The witnesses to the marriage were John Bourne (junr or senr, can't make out the hand writing), Sarah Matilda Whiteman and John Grant (parish clerk).  The bride, groom and witnesses all signed their names.

    Mary was born about 1797 and died in Australia in 1849.

    Thomas and Mary had 8 known children:

    1. Nelson Whiteman was baptised on 25 December 1815 in Udimore, at which time his father was described as a husbandman.  He died in 1884.  Nelson married Eliza Furner in 1845 in New South Wales, Australia.

    2. Emily Whiteman was baptised on 10 May 1818 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  Emily married Charles Jacobson in 1841 in New South Wales, Australia.

    3. Mary Elizabeth Whiteman was baptised on 28 November 1819 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  Mary Elizabeth married S. H. Geering in 1841 in New South Wales, Australia.

    4. James Butcher Whiteman was baptised on 21 July 1822 in Udimore, and his father was then a labourer.  He died in 1858.  James married Rosina Prior in 1845 in New South Wales, Australia.

    5. Harriet Whiteman was baptised on 29 July 1827 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  Harriet married Charles Furner in 1845 in New South Wales, Australia.

    6. Eliza Whiteman was baptised on 20 July 1834 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  Eliza married Joseph Nash in 1854 in New South Wales, Australia.

    7. Albert Godfrey Whiteman was baptised on 18 March 1838 in Udimore, and his father was then a labourer.  He died in 1916.  Albert married Harriet Wilder in 1861.

    8. Sarah Ann Whiteman was born in 1841 and died in 1939.  Sarah Ann married Edwin Mattis White in 1859.

  4. Sarah Matilda Whiteman was baptised on 20 January 1795 in Udimore.  Before her marriage in 1816, she had an illegitimate daughter:

    1. Sarah Whiteman was baptised on 4 June 1815 in Udimore.  Her mother's name was then recorded as Matilda Whiteman.  She died aged 59 years on 1 June 1873 in Rye.

      Sarah had an illegitimate son:

      1. James Whiteman was baptised on 13 October 1833 in Udimore.  Only his mother's name was recorded in the baptism register and she was said to be a single woman.  The 1841 census records that he was 8 year old James Burchett and he was living with his parents in Rye.  The 1851 census also records his name as James Burchett and he was then a 17 year old visitor in the home of 82 year old widow Mary Slaughter at 39 Brunswick Terrace Mews in Hove, Sussex.  His place of birth was then recorded as Rye.

      Sarah married Edwin Burchett on 6 February 1836 in Rye, Sussex.

      Edwin was born about 1813/4 in Rye.  He died aged 55 years on 14 May 1868 in Rye.  Might he have been the son of Robert Burchett and Elizabeth Cryer who had married on 21 February 1803 in Rye?

      When the 1841 census was recorded the couple and 4 children were living at Mermaid Yard in Rye and Edwin was a labourer.  In 1851 the family were living at 2 Cliff Road in Rye and Edwin was a journeyman blacksmith.  They had moved South Undercliff, Rye by 1861 and Edwin was a blacksmith.  The 1861 census records they were at number 8 South Undercliff, a property which seems to have been inhabited by 7 families of 24 individuals.  However, the census enumerator may have forgotten to record the house numbers of each family, so I'm not so sure they were at number 8.  In 1871, Sarah was a 56 year old widow, living with the family of her daughter Jane in Rye.

      Edwin and Sarah had the following known children:

      1. Thomas Charles Burchett was baptised on 24 August 1836 in Rye.  He was 5 years old in 1841.  In 1851 he was a 15 year old baker's boy and servant, living in the home of James Santer a baker, in Rye.  The 1861 census records that he was an unmarried 24 year old shipwright, lodging in the home of 35 year old James Packham in Russell Street, Chatham.

        Thomas Charles married Sarah Ann Packham on 6 July 1862 at the parish church in Chatham, Kent.  Thomas Charles was then a 25 year old bachelor and shipwright of Chatham.  Sarah Ann was a 26 year old spinster of Chatham.  Their fathers were named as Edwin Burchett a smith and Samuel Packham a labourer.  The witnesses to their marriage were James Packham and Geraldine Sarah Davis (?).

        Sarah Ann was born about 1836 in Rainham, Kent and was the daughter of Samuel Packham and Elizabeth Browne.  In 1851 she was a 17 year old servant living with her parents in Rainham Street, Rainham.

        When the 1871 census was recorded the couple and their 2 children were living at Constitution Hill in Chatham, Kent and Thomas was then a shipwright.

      2. Robert Edwin Burchett was baptised on 27 April 1838 in Rye.  He was 3 years old in 1841.  In 1851 he was a 12 year old baker's boy and the eldest of his siblings living at home.

      3. Matilda Maria Burchett was baptised on 31 July 1840 in Rye.  She died on 24 March 1924 in Ramsgate.  She was 11 months old when the 1841 census was recorded.  In 1851 she was a 10 year old scholar.  The 1861 census records that she was an unmarried 21 year old housemaid in the home of Thomas C. Munday, a member of the stock exchange, on the west side of Balham Road in Streatham, Surrey.

        Matilda married Henry Packham on 17 December 1864 at the Ebenezer Chapel in Chatham.  Henry was a 26 year old bachelor and brickmaker of Broadwalk in Rainham.  Matilda Maria was a 24 year old spinster of Luton Road in Chatham.  Their fathers were named as Samuel Packham a labourer and Edwin Burchett a blacksmith.  The witnesses to their marriage were T. C. Burchett, S. A. Burchet.

        Henry was born on 23 August 1838 in Rainham, Kent, and was the son of Samuel Packham and Elizabeth Browne.  He died on 4 April 1921 in Ramsgate.  In 1851 he was a 13 year old labourer living with his parents in Rainham Street, Rainham.  Henry started as a brickfield labourer, but co-founded the brickmakers Wills and Packham Ltd.  From 1899 to 1920 he was also a Director of the Mid-Kent Water Company.  His obituary was in The Margate, Ramsgate and Isle of Thanet Gazette on 9 March 1921.

        When the 1871 census was recorded the couple and their 3 children were living at 96 West Street in Sittingbourne, Kent.  Also with them at that time was Matilda's younger sister Mary Ann.  Henry was then a brick manufacturer.  In 1881 the family were living at 1 Pemberton Place, London Road, Milton, Kent and Henry was a master brick manufacturer.  In 1901 the couple were living at High View, St. Mildred Road in the St. Lawrence district of Ramsgate.

      4. John George Burchett was baptised on 26 October 1842 in Rye.  He died as an infant and his death was registered in the fourth quarter of 1842 in the Rye registration district.

      5. Elizabeth Jane Burchett was baptised on 6 December 1843 in Rye.  She was a 7 year old scholar in 1851 and the census records her name as Jane.

        Elizabeth married William Palmer in the first quarter of 1865 in the Rye registration district.

        When the 1871 census was recorded the couple and their 3 children and Jane's mother were living at Strand Cottage in Rye and William was a 26 year old mariner.

      6. Sarah Anne Burchett was baptised on 10 February 1847 in Rye.  In 1851 she was a 4 year old scholar.  She was 14 years old in 1861 and the eldest of her siblings living at home.  When the 1871 census was recorded she was an unmarried 23 year old servant and cook in a lodging house at 1 Carlisle Parade in The Holy Trinity parish of Hastings.

        Sarah Ann married Isaac Cloke in the first quarter of 1873 in the Hastings registration district.

        Isaac was born in the fourth quarter of 1848 in Guestling, Sussex and was the son of Edmund Cloke and Caroline Foord.

        When the 1881 census was recorded the couple together with their 4 children were living at Railway House in Deal, Kent.  Also with them on census night was Sarah's 14 year old niece, Sarah Palmer.  In 1891 the couple and 6 children were at Railway House, Back Road, Deal and he was a 42 year old Inspector of Permanent Way.

      7. Alice Whiteman Burchett was baptised on 8 August 1849 in Rye.  She died as an infant and her death was registered in the third quarter of 1849 in the Rye registration district, as Elliss Whiteman Burchet.

      8. Louisa Burchett was baptised on 12 September 1851 in Rye

      9. Mary Ann Birchett was baptised on 13 October 1854 in Rye.  She was 6 years old in 1861.  In 1871 she was living with the family of her elder sister Matilda, in Sittingbourne, Kent.  She was still living with the family of her elder sister Matilda in 1881 and she was then an unmarried 26 year old.  By 1901 she was an unmarried 47 year old living with her sister Matilda.

      10. Kate Eliza Burchett was baptised on 14 July 1858 in Rye.  In 1861 she was 4 years old.  The 1871 census records that she was a 14 year old nurse and servant at the Granville Hotel in Ramsgate, Kent.

    Sarah Matilda married Charles Skinner on 24 April 1816 in Brede, Sussex.

    Charles was baptised on 10 May 1795 in Udimore and was the son of James Skinner and Sarah Brown.

    Charles and Sarah had 3 known children:

    1. John Whiteman Skinner was baptised on 17 July 1817 in Udimore, at which time his father was described as a farmer.

    2. Charles Skinner was baptised on 19 July 1819 in Udimore, and his father was then a farmer.  He died aged 3 weeks and was buried on 21 January 1821 in Udimore.

    3. Charlotte Skinner was baptised on 4 January 1821 in Udimore, and her father was then a farmer.

  5. James Whiteman was baptised on 16 July 1797 in Udimore.

    James married twice.  Firstly to Ann Butcher on 7 October 1816 in Brede.  He then married Harriet Carman on 20 August 1855 in Udimore.  At the time James was a widower and labourer of Udimore.  Harriet was a widow of Udimore.  Her father was named as Samuel Newington.  The witnesses to their marriage were Spencer Larkin and Maria Masters who made her X mark.

    Ann was born about 1797 in Ticehurst and was buried in Udimore on 5 August 1851.

    Harriet died aged 57 years and was buried on 26 July 1857.

    James and Ann had 5 known children:

    1. Alice Whiteman was baptised on 26 January 1817 in Brede.  She died aged 3 years and was buried on 28 April 1820 in Udimore.

    2. Harriet Whiteman was baptised on 12 April 1818 in Udimore, at which time her father was described as a farmer.  The 1841 census records that 13 year old Harriet Whiteman was living at Spring House in Udimore, in the home of Robert Whiteman.

    3. Alfred Whiteman was baptised on 13 February 1820 in Udimore, and his father was then a butcher.

      Alfred married Sarah.

      Sarah was born about 1818 in Brooklands, Kent.

      When the 1851 census was recorded the coupel and their 2 children were living at Marshalls in Udimore and Alfred was a 31 year old agricultural labourer.  At that time their next door neighbours were the family of Thomas Eldridge.

      Alfred and Sarah had the following known children:

      1. Thomas John Whiteman was born about 1843 in Udimore.  He was an 8 year old scholar in 1851.

      2. Alice Whiteman was born about 1849 in Udimore.  She was 2 years old in 1851.

    4. Charlotte Whiteman was born in about April 1822 and baptised on 5 May 1823 in Udimore, at which time her father was a labourer.  She died aged 8 years and 8 months and was buried on 9 December 1830 in Udimore.

    5. James Whiteman was born about 1824 in Udimore and died in 1909.  James married Eleanor Osborne on 8 November 1852 in Udimore.  Eleanor was baptised on 2 September 1827 in Bodiam and was the daughter of John Osborne and Ann Goodsell.  She died in 1904.  The couple had 3 known children.

  6. Mary Whiteman was baptised on 13 October 1799 in Udimore.  She was buried there on 20 February 1842.  Another source says she died on 28 December 1841 as a result of childbirth.

    Mary married James Skinner by licence on 7 April 1819 in Udimore.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Udimore.  The witnesses to their marriage were Charles Skinner, Ann Jenkins, Mary Ann Skinner, and John Grant, the clerk.

    James was baptised on 11 December 1796 in Udimore.  He was the son of James Skinner and Sarah Brown.  He died aged 76 years and his death was registered in the third quarter of 1873 in the Rye registration district.

    After Mary died, James married her cousin Susanna Bourne on 30 November 1844 in Udimore.  They were then both of Udimore, he a widower and she a spinster of full age.  Their fathers were named as James Skinner and John Bourne.  James signed his name whilst Susanna made her mark.  The witnesses to their marriage were John Ditch (signed) and Maria Masters (marked).

    Susanna was baptised on baptised on 10 March 1817 in Brightling, Sussex and was the daughter of John Bourne (1770-1855) and Mary Godfrey Whiteman (1776-1848).

    When the 1841 census was recorded James and Mary together with 6 children were living at Court Lodge in Udimore and James was an agricultural labourer.

    James and Mary had 13 known children:

    1. Mary Harriet Skinner was baptised on 12 December 1819 in Udimore, at which timer her father was a farmer.

      Mary Harriet married James Thrift by banns on 15 August 1837 in Udimore.  They were both then of Udimore.

    2. James Richard Skinner was baptised on 4 March 1821 in Udimore, and his father was then a farmer.

    3. George Skinner was baptised on 24 November 1822 in Udimore, and his father was then a labourer.  He died aged 73 years and his death was registered in the fourth quarter of 1895 in the Rye registration district.  He was 18 years old in 1841 and the eldest of his siblings living at home.

    4. Albert Brown Skinner was baptised on 11 July 1824 in Udimore, and his father was then a farmer.

    5. Sarah Ann Skinner was baptised on 19 February 1826 in Udimore, at which time her father was a labourer.  She died aged 14 years and 10 months and was buried on 19 December 1840 in Udimore.

    6. Catherine Jane Skinner was baptised on 25 December 1828 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.

    7. Julia Skinner was baptised on 25 December 1830 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  She was 11 years old in 1841.

    8. William Frances Skinner was baptised on 14 October 1832 in Udimore, and his father was then a labourer.  In 1841 he was 9 years old.  William married Sabina.

    9. Edwin Skinner was baptised on 6 July 1834 in Udimore, and his father was then a labourer.  He died aged 72 years and his death was registered in the fourth quarter of 1906 in the Rye registration district.  In 1841 he was 7 years old.  When the 1851 census was recorded he was a 16 year old agricultural labourer and the eldest of his siblings living at home.  In 1861 he was an unmarried 24 year old blacksmith living in the home of Charles Munday in Mersham, Kent.

    10. Sabina Skinner was baptised on 23 October 1836 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  She was 5 years old in 1841.

    11. Emily Skinner was baptised on 20 October 1839 in Udimore, and her father was then a labourer.  In 1841 she was 3 years old.  She was 11 years old in 1851 and living with her father and step mother.

    12. John Skinner was a twin.  He died aged 11 months and was buried on 13 November 1842 in Udimore.

    13. Robert Skinner was a twin.  He died aged 6 months and was buried on 19 June 1842 in Udimore.

  7. Nelson Whiteman was baptised on 8 April 1804 in Udimore and buried there on 10 July 1810.

 

Many thanks to Bill Ball for additions to this page.

 

 

1841 census - Street, Udimore, Sussex

Levi Pilbeam, 20, B. Smith, born in Sussex

Eliza Pilbeam, 20, born in Sussex

John Whiteman, 72, Ind, born in Sussex

 

1841 census - Mermaid Yard, Rye, Sussex (HO107/1109, folio 30, page 30)

Edwin Burchett, 25, Lab, born in Sussex

Sarah Burchett, 25, born in Sussex

James Burchett, 8, born in Sussex

Thomas Burchett, 5, born in Sussex

Robert Burchett, 3, born in Sussex

Matilda Burchett, 11 months, born in Sussex

 

1841 census - Court Lodge, Udimore, Sussex (HO107/1106, folio 15, page 2)

James Skinner, 40, Ag Lab, born in Sussex

Mary Skinner, 40, born in Sussex

George Skinner, 18, born in Sussex

Julia Skinner, 11, born in Sussex

William Skinner, 9, born in Sussex

Edwin Skinner, 7, born in Sussex

Sabina Skinner, 5, born in Sussex

Emily Skinner, 3, born in Sussex

 

1851 census - No. 2 Cliff Road, Rye, Sussex (HO107/1634, folio 311, page 35)

Edwin Burchett, Head, Mar, 37, Journeyman Blacksmith, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah Burchett, Wife, Mar, 35, born Sussex, Udimore

Robert Burchett, Son, 12, Bakers Boy, born Sussex, Rye

continued on next page....

Matilda Burchett, Daur, 10, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

Jane Burchett, Daur, 7, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah Burchett, Daur, 4, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

 

1851 census - 36 Brunswick Terrace Mews, Hove, Sussex (HO107/1647, folio 60, page 2)

Mary Slaughter, Head, Widow, 82, Receiving Parish Relief, born Sussex, Arundel

Thomas Slaughter, Son, U, 36, Waterman, born Sussex, Brighton

James Burchett, Son, U, 17, born Sussex, Rye

 

1851 census - Udimore, Sussex (HO107/1634, folio 598, page 14)

James Skinner, Head, Mar, 53, Ag Lab, born Sussex, Udimore

Susan Skinner, Wife, Mar, 33, born Sussex, Brightling

Edwin Skinner, Son, U, 16, Ag Lab, born Sussex, Udimore

Emily Skinner, Daug, 11, born Sussex, Udimore

Ann Skinner, Daug, 5, born Sussex, Udimore

Jane Skinner, Daug,  ?, born Sussex, Udimore (might have been 4)

Matilda Skinner, Daug, 1, born Sussex, Udimore

William H Bourne, Step Son, U, 11, Scholar, born Sussex, Brightling

 

1861 census - 8 South Undercliff, Rye, Sussex (RG9/557, folio 47, page 24)

Edwin Burchett, Head, Mar, 47, Blacksmith, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah Burchett, Wife, Mar, 45, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah Burchett, Daur, Un, 14, born Sussex, Rye

Mary Burchett, Daur, 6, born Sussex, Rye

Kate Burchett, Daur, 4, born Sussex, Rye

 

1861 census - Yewtree House, Brede, Sussex (RG9/558, folio 82, page 1)

James Skinner, Head, Mar, 64, Ag Lab, born Sussex, Udimore

Susanna Skinner, Wife, Mar, 44, born Sussex, Brightling

Malilda Skinner, Daur, 11, Scholar, born Sussex, Udimore

Elizabeth Skinner, Daur, 9, Scholar, born Sussex, Udimore

Henry Skinner, Son, 7, Scholar, born Sussex, Udimore

Ellen Skinner, Daur, 3, born Sussex, Udimore

 

1861 census - Little Iridge, Salehurst, Sussex (RG9/571, folio 56, page 11)

James Rd Skinner, Head, Mar, 41, Ag Bailiff, born Sussex, Udimore

Jane Skinner, Wife, Mar, 42, born Sussex, Beckley

Walter At Skinner, Son, Un, 13, School Teacher, born Sussex, Guestling

continued on next page.....

Harriet Skinner, Daur, 7, Scholar, born Sussex Udimore

Charles Napp, Boarder, Un, 25, Carter, born Sussex, Etchingham

 

1861 census - Coldharbour, Brede, Sussex (RG9/558, folio 83, page 3)

George Skinner, Head, Mar, 40, Ag Lab, born Sussex, Udimore

Mary Skinner, Wife, Mar, 44, born Sussex, Playden

George Skinner, Son, Un, 18, Ag Lab, born Sussex, Brede

Jane Skinner, Daur, Un, 16, born Sussex, Brede

Harriet Skinner, Daur, Un, 14, Scholar, born Sussex, Brede

Albert Skinner, Son, Un, 10, Scholar, born Sussex, Brede

 

1861 census - 24 Queen Street, Ashford, Kent (RG9/512, folio 56, page 24)

William F Skinner, Head, 28, Labourer, born Sussex, Udimore

Sabina Skinner, Wife, 25, born Kent Warehorne

continued on next page.....

Names R Skinner, Son, 4, Scholar, born Kent, Ashford

Joshua G Skinner, 3, born Kent, Ashford

 

1871 census - Constitution Hill, Chatham, Kent (RG10/911, folio 71, page 13)

Thomas C Burchett, Head, Mar, 34, Shipwright, born Sussex, Rye

continued on next page.....

Sarah Ann Buchett, Wife, Mar, 35, born Kent, Rainham

Thomas C Burchett, Son, 4, Scholar, born Kent, Chatham

Sarah E Burchett, Daur, 2, born Kent, Chatham

 

1871 census - Strand Cottage, Rye, Sussex (RG10/1023, folio 49, page 28)

William Palmer, Head, Mar, 26, Mariner, born Sussex, Rye

Jane Palmer, Wife, Mar, 26, born Sussex, Rye

Evan J Palmer, Son, 6, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah J Palmer, Daur, 4, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

William J Palmer, Son, 2, born Sussex, Rye

continued on next page....

Sarah Burchell, Mother, W, 56, Monthly Nurse, born Sussex, Rye

 

1871 census - 96 West Street, Sittingbourne, Kent (RG10/983, folio 119, page 1)

Henry Peckham, Head, Mar, 32, Brick manufacturering Co. born Rainham, Kent

Matilda Maria Peckham, Wife, Mar, 30, born Rye, Sussex

Henry Peckham, Son, 5 months, born Sittingbourne, Kent

Hannah Elizah Peckham, Daughter, 5, Scholar, born Rainham, Kent

Lizzie Maria Peckham, Daughter, w, born Rainham, Kent

Mary Ann Burchell, Sister to wife, Unm, 16, Domestic, born Rye, Sussex

 

1881 census - No. 1 Pemberton Place, London Road, Milton, Kent (RG11/973, folio 59, page 22)

Henry Packham, Head, Mar, 42, Brick Manufacturer Master, born Kent, Rainham

Matilda M Packham, Wife, Mar, 40, born Sussex, Rye

Alice Packham, Daur, 8, Scholar, born Kent, Sittingbourne

Edith Packham, Daur, 5, Scholar, born Kent, Sittingbourne

Ernest Packham, Son, 3, born Kent, Sittingbourne

----- Packham, Daur, 1 mo, born Kent, Milton

Mary A Burchett, Sister in law, Unm, 26, Sussex, Rye

Esther H Scott, Nurse, Wo, 53, Monthly nurse, born Kent, Gillingham

Frances A Rouse, Servt, Unm, 13, Domestic Serv., born Kent, Hoo

Samuel Packham, Father, Widr, 84, General Lab, born Kent, Dettling

 

1881 census - Railway House, Deal, Kent (RG11/997, folio 69, page 41)

Isaac Cloke, Head, Mar, 32, Inspector of Permanent Way G.E.R., born Sussex, Guestling

Sarah A Cloke, Wife, Mar, 33, born Sussex, Rye

Sarah K R Cloke, Daur, 7, Scholar, born Sussex, Rye

Mark A Cloke, Son, 4, Scholar, born Surrey, Red Hill

John I Cloke, Son, 2, born Kent, Deal

Frederick Cloke, Son, 7 mo, born Kent, Deal

Sarah ? Palmer, Niece, 14, bron Sussex, Rye

 

 

Robert Burchett and Elizabeth Cryer married on 21 February 1803 in Rye.  The IGI records that they had the following children:

  1. George Burchett was baptised on 18 August 1806 in Rye.

  2. Robert Burchett was baptised on 15 February 1809 in Rye.  He married Elizabeth.

  3. Mary Ann Burchett was baptised on 17 January 1811 in Rye.

  4. William Elphick Burchett was baptised on 18 March 1812 in Rye.  Could this have been Edwin Burchett who married Sarah Whiteman in 1836?

  5. Henry Burchett was baptised on 18 July 1814 in Rye.

  6. Elizabeth Burchett was baptised on 17 March 1816 in Rye.

  7. James Burchett was baptised on 3 September 1817 in Rye.

  8. John Burchett was baptised on 23 August 1819 in Rye.  He married Mary.  She was born about 1825 in Appledore, Kent.  They had the following children:

    1. William Paine Burchett was baptisedon 20 December 1848 in Rye.

    2. Sarah Burchett was baptised on 19 February 1851 in Rye.

    3. Mary Burchett was baptised on 30 May 1856 in Rye.

    4. Mary Anne Burchett was baptised on 9 July 1862 in Rye.

    5. James Robert Burchett was baptised on 24 July 1864 in East Guldeford.

  9. Charles Burchett was baptised on 20 April 1821 in Rye.

 

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