and Naomi LELLIOTT (1784-1833)
and Susan COOMBS (1788-1861)
Lelliott were my 4x Great Grandparents. (Click
here to see their place in my pedigree chart.) They married by
on 10 May 1805 at St. Nicholas in Brighton, Sussex. The witnesses to
their marriage were Richard Akehurst, Mary Patching and
William Breen. Richard and Mary may have been friends - see
notes below, but William
Breen's name appears as a witness to many Brighton marriages. William
next married Susan Coombs on 22 October 1836 in Southwick, Sussex. He
was then described as a widower of Henfield and she a spinster of Southwick.
The witnesses to their marriage were James Wadey and Elizabeth Wadey
- see notes below.
William Woolgar was
baptised on 11 June 1780 in Henfield,
Sussex. He was the son of
Samuel Woolgar (1755-1839) and
Mary Mitchell (1759-1841). He died on 14 March 1874 and was buried
in Henfield on 19 March 1874.
Lelliott was baptised on 25 April 1784 in Ashington, Sussex,
although she was probably born in Wiston, Sussex. She was the daughter
Samuel Lelliott (1748-1817) and
Elizabeth Sergeant (1748-?). She died aged 49 years and was buried on
22 June 1833 in Henfield.
Susannah Coom was baptised on 11 January 1788 in Portslade, Sussex.
She was the daughter of Thomas Coom and Mary Hillman.
Susannah was buried on 29 December 1861 in Henfield.
William Woolgar and Naomi
Lelliott had 9 known children:
was baptised on 22 March 1807 in
Portslade, Sussex. His motherís name was recorded as Harriot in the
register, but I believe her name was wrongly recorded. William was buried
on 15 March 1859 in Henfield.
on 26 April 1829 in Washington, Sussex.
Ann was born about 1809 in
Washington. In 1851 the family were living at Little Bettley, Henfield,
and William was an agricultural labourer.
William and Ann had 8 known
was privately baptised on 8 November 1808 in Henfield, and received into
the church on 18 December 1808. He was a gardener and a groom. He died
aged 53 years and was buried on 9 March 1862 in Henfield.
on 15 November 1829 in
Woodmancote. They were both of Woodmancote and Samuel signed his name
whilst Ann made her X. The witnesses were to their marriage were
? Shoulders and
who both signed their names.
Ann was baptised on 1 November 1812 in Woodmancote and was the daughter of
Samuel and Ann had 11 known children.
was baptised on 15 April 1810 in
Portslade. She may have died aged 14 years and have been buried on 1
December 1823 in Henfield. However, the burial register records that her
father was of Horsham.
was baptised on 24 April 1812 in
Henfield. (or was it 1814?)
was baptised on 27 February 1814 in
by licence on 26 October 1833 in Henfield. Richard was a
bachelor and minor of West Grinstead, and Louisa
was a spinster and a minor. They married with the consent of their lawful
parents who were named as
Woolgar. The witnesses to
their marriage were
or Mrs Godman,
who both signed their names.
Richard and Louisa had 10 known children.
was baptised on 26 May 1816 in
was baptised on 3 May 1818 in
Henfield. At the time of her baptism the family were living in Nep
Town, Henfield. Before her marriage she had an illegitimate son:
born on 25 June and baptised on 14 September 1840 in Henfield.
on 9 April 1842 in Henfield. They were both above age and made their X
marks. William was a bachelor and labourer of Beeding, and Naomi was a
spinster of Henfield. The witnesses to their marriage were
(mark). William was the son of
Woolgar was baptised on 14 October 1821 in Henfield - my 3x
Great Grandmother. She married
Samuel Stillaway in 1843. (They have their own page.)
Eliza Woolgar was baptised on 14 May
1826 in Henfield.
Richard Akehurst was a witness to the 1805 marriage of William and
Naomi. He may have married Ann Patching on 2 April 1799 at St.
Clements in Hastings, Sussex, at which time he was of the Sussex Militia.
Mary Patching may have married William Braby on 11 December
1806 in Portslade, or George Roffey on 3 April 1809 in Brighton.
George was then a Bachelor of the Sussex Militia. (I need to check the
original entries to find out the witness.)
James Wadey and Elizabeth Wadey were witnesses to the 1836
marriage of William and Susan. They may have married on 22 May 1822 in
Wiggonholt, Sussex, as James Wady of Portslade and Elizabeth
Humphry. But a James Wadey had married Elizabeth
Burchett on 8 October 1836 in Hurstpierpoint.
This page was updated on 7 December