Ancestors of Alexander Thomas Fisk

Notes


176. Robert Proud

Marriage Allegation
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"The Twentiieth Day of July in the Year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hunderd and Ninety Seven on Which Day appeared personally Robert Proud of the Parish of Edmondbyers in the County and Diocese of Durham and being sworn on the Holy Evangelists, alledged and made Oath as follows, that he is of the age of Twenty one Years and upwards, and a Bachelor and intends to marry Hannah Gedling of the Parish of Stanhope in the same County and Diocese aged Twenty one Years and upwards and a Spinster in the Parish Church of Stanhope aforesaid
not knowing or believing any lawful Let of Impediment, by Reason of any Precontract entered into before the Twenty-fifth Day of March, One Thousand and Fifty-four, Consanguiniity, Affinity of any other Cause whatsoever, to hinder the said Marriage in the Parish Church of Stanhope aforesaid in which said Parish he the said Deponent further made Oath, that she hath had her usual Place of Abode for the space of four Weeks last past.
On the same Day the said
Deponent was Robert Proud
Sworn before me, W. Deighton Surr:"

Marriage Bond
============
"Know all Men by these Presents, that We,
Robert Proud of Feldon Mill in the Parish of Edmondbyers in the County and Diocese of Durham Miner and Joseph Gibson of Edmondbyers in the same Parish County and Diocese Miner
are bound and firmly obliged to the Right Worshipful SCROPE BERNARD, Doctor of Laws, Vicar General and Official Principal, of the Honourable and Right Reverand Father in GOD SHUTE, by devine Providence Lord Bishop of Durham, lawfully consituted, in the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds, of good and lawful Money of Great-Britain, to be paid to him the said SCROPE BERNARD, his Executors, Administrators, Successors or Assigns; for the Payment whereof well and truely to be made, we oblige ourselves and each of us bu ourselves, for the whole and full, out Heire, Executors and Administrators, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, GIVEN the Twentysixth Day of of Month of July in the Year of our LORD GOD, One Thousand and Nintey Seven.
The Condition of this Oblication is such, That if the above-bounden
Robert Proud Bachelor and Hannah Gedling Spinster
now licensed to be married together [conditions as in the allegation]
Sealed and delivered
in the Presence of
W: Deighton Surr
Robert Proud
Joseph Gibson"

The witnesses at his marriage to Hannah Gedling were Joseph Gibson and Mary Mawson.
The bond states his residence as "Feldon Mill in the Parish of Edmondbyers". Feldon Burn is 3km SW of Edmondbyers and in 1861 was the site of Feldon Smelt Mill (and a nearby house called Feldon). The modern OS map has the house and the disused Mill and flue.

Feldon Smelt Mill; Lead Mill. (Muggleswick)
==================================
In the 16th century the rights to mine silver in this area was given to the Duke of Buckingham. Feldon Smelt Mill was built in the 17th century to smelt the ore. In 1725 the rights were sold to the London Lead Company who worked here until the 19th century. The remains of the mill include a system of dams and channels to power the water wheel. This is a Scheduled Ancient Monument protected by law.

Edmundbyers Monumental Inscriptions of interest
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Robert named his first son and daughter John and Mary.
"In Memory of
MARY
Wife of JOHN PROUD of Edmundbyers, who died Sept 20th(?) 1775, aged 46 years
Also
JOHN PROUD
who departed this life the 22nd of March 1802(?), aged 82(?) years.
Also of
MARGARET PROUD
who died 2-(?) of March 1818 (?), aged 59 (?).
[Sandstone headstone, heavily covered in lichen; difficult to read.]"
The Edmundbyers Bishops Transcripts (1765-1812) have the burials of:
1775.??.?? Mary Proud of Edmundbyers, aged -, wife of John.
1802.03.24 John Proud of Edmundbyrers, aged 80.
but no baptisms to a John & Mary Proud nor their marriage.
Mary PROUD would have been born ~1729
John PROUD would have been born ~1720
Margaret PROUD would have been born ~1759 and could be a single daughter of John and Mary.

The images of the Edmundbyers Bishops Transcripts at http://search.labs.familysearch.org have
"1802: John Proud of Edmondbyers Gentleman Died March 22 Buried March 24 Age 80"
"1818: Margaret Proud Edmondbyers Buried March 27th Age 59"

Connected to Feldon Mill - note the Gibson surname.
"Ann Daughter of Will
iam and Margaret Gibfon
of Feldon Leadmill died
February the 2nd 1766. Aged
3 years and 6 months."
"Charles
fon of Robert &
Hannah Stephenfon
of Feldon mill died the 20th of
Sep. 1775 aged 3 years and 6 months
[Sandstone headstone on the back of which if the verse shown below]
Parents Lament not this my Fate
Or any pains I bore
They've brought me to a lafting ftate
Where death fhall be no more"

Edmundbyers (County Durham)
=========================
The village of Edmundbyers lies in moorland close to the boundary between County Durham and Northumberland. It stands not far to the south of the Derwent Reservoir, and has fine views over Edmundbyers and Muggleswick Commons. It around 11 miles to the south-east of Hexham.

Like many upland areas of the north-east there are good prehistoric remains in the area. Flint tools of unknown date have been found in the area. It is likely that some of these may date to as early as the Mesolithic period when small hunting parties from lowland areas may have come up to these upland areas to hunt wild animals. However, by the Bronze Age people were beginning to settle here permanently, and the graves of these early farmers have been found at Burnhope Bridge and other sites. There are also the remains of several small earth platforms, such as one at Top Stonewhich may be the remains of Bronze Age or Iron Age settlements. It is likely that these kind of settlement were used throughout the Roman period, as there is little evidence that life in this area changed once the north-east fell under the control of the Roman Empire in the 1st century AD.

Little is known about the area in the Anglo-Saxon period, though it is clear that there must have been a settlement here by the 11th century, as the name 'Edmundbyers' comes from the Old English for 'Eadmunds byre or barn'. The village itself was first recorded in the early 12th century in the Bolden Book. By this time the church of St Edmund's had been built. Edmundbyers was not the only settlement in the area, and the remains of a medieval settlement can still be seen in the form of house platforms and field boundaries at Pedam's Oak. In the 17th century Edmundbyer became the site of witch hunt, and it is believed that the body of one of the last women to be burnt for witchcraft in the north-east of England was buried in churchyard here.

In the post-medieval period the area remained predominantly a farming area, though the remains of a 16th cenutry iron smelting mill can be at Feldon. from the 19th century leadmining became increasingly important, and lead mines are recorded at Burnhope and a mine shop is known as Eudon Groove.

However, the leadmining industry died out in the first half of the 20th century, and the area has returned to being a quite rural backwater.

~Unlikely christening (he would have to be aged 5 or more at the christening):
27 May 1781
Edmundbyers, Durham, England
Father: Joseph Proud
Mother: Jane
This couple also has other chldren one of which appears in a census: Frances born ~1777 and christened 13 May 1777. The others are Mary and William both christened on 4 Apr 1775 (maybe twins but probably a batch baptism). Why would this couple skip christening Robert until after his siblings?

~IGI (Jan 2008)
2 member submissions for his marriage to Hannah Gedling have his birth date as about 1772 and about 1773.
An unlikely christening
ROBERT PROUD
Christening: 03 JUL 1765 Slaley, Northumberland, England
Father: ROBERT PROUD
Mother: ELIZABETH

~Free BMD (Apr 2004)
This is him especially since a Hannah Proud (born ~1764) was buried in 1837 and was resident at Hill End. This makes his birth date ~1766 and fits his wife.
Deaths Mar 1839
PROUD Robert Weardale 24 196
"Fifteenth March 1839, Hill End near Frosterley, Parish of Stanhope
Robert Proud
Male
73 years
Smelter
Decay of Nature
Anthony Maddison, in Attendance, Hill End
Sixteenth of March 1839
John Benson, Registrar"
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HO107/308/13/16
Hill End, Durham, England
John Maddison M 40 Mason Y
Mary Maddison F 35 Y
Stephen Maddison M 5 Y
John Maddison M 2 Y
Anthony Maddison M 45 Mason Y

~Proud Weardale Burials.rtf
Robert Proud Bollihope 18 March 1839 73 1766 buried Stanhope
His son Thomas was at Bollihope in 1840 and this looks like his wife Hannah:
Hannah Proud Hill End 4 April 1837 73 1764 buried Stanhope-abode poss Boltsburn-check reg

~1841 (June 2006)

~1851 (Nov 2005)

~1861 (May 2005)

~NBI (2nd Edition)


177. Hannah Gedling

~GENUKI has transcriptions of the Middleton in Teesdale parish registers with a Hannah Gedling, bapt 10 Mar 1764, child of Thomas and Mary of Harwood. Hannah & Robert named 2 of their children Thomas & Mary.

~Proud Weardale Burials.rtf
Hannah Proud Hill End 4 April 1837 73 1764 buried Stanhope-abode poss Boltsburn-check reg
N.B. On 17 May 1838 her son Thomas was at Whitekirkley House, Stanhope, Durham, England which is near Hill End.

~From GENUKI (http://www.cs.ncl.ac.uk/genuki/Transcriptions/DUR/XMTD_GK.html):
Marriages:
8 May 1760 Thomas Gedling = Mary Vipond
and possible children:
Gedling, Robert, bapt 29 Dec 1760, child of Thomas and Mary of Bowes Close
Gedling, Hannah, bapt 10 Mar 1764, child of Thomas and Mary of Harwood
Gedling, Thomas, bapt 15 Apr 1775, child of Thomas and Mary

~Free BMD (Nov 2003)
This is her granddaughter:
Deaths Sep 1841
PROUD Hannah Weardale 24 218

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~1841 (Apr 2006)

~1851 (Nov 2005)

~1861 (May 2005)


178. William Dent

He was born in Romaldkirk which in in Yorkshire but is just across the River Tees from Eggleston in County Durham and 15 kilometers from Hamsterley.

For some reason his daughter Jane was christened at Muggleswick. But he married and had other children (before and after Jane) at Hamsterly by Bishop Auckland. The baptism entry for Jane reads:
18 Nov 1804
Jane, 1st d. of William Dent of Rowley, Labourer, native of the Parish of Romaldkirk [in Yorkshire] by his wife Catherine Watson of ye Chapelry of Hamsterley, County of Durham (Born Aug. 9. 1804)

George, Mary and Elizabeth were all baptised on 24 December 1820 when the family resided at Willow Green and William's occupation is a hind. There is a modern Willow Green less than 1 kilometre east of Frosterley.

He was living at Wooley Cottage, Woodland, Durham, England in 1851. Woodland is 4km SW of Hamsterley. It looks like the census taker went from Woodland hamlet to Fold Garth farm, Toll Bar, Cowley farm and then Wooley Cottage. There is no sign of a Wooly Cottage near Cowley in 1856 (Old Maps) but there is a Woolly Hill about 2 km to the west (a bit far).

His son Anthony married Jane Collison in Stanhope on 3 Oct 1854. William was a laborer (and not noted as deceased).

~FreeBMD (Jul 2007)
Deaths Mar 1853
Dent William Teesdale 10a 70 (RD includes Woodland)

~<http://genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk/Transcriptions/DUR/HAM.html> (Marriages from the Hamsterley Registers (1580-1837)) has the marriage of:
18 Oct 1819 Joshua Dent = Ann Gill
His son Anthony named a child Joshua but his father in law was a Joshua.

~IGI (Oct 2005)
This is a bit early:
WILLIAM DENT
Christening: 14 MAY 1767 Romaldkirk, Yorkshire, England
Father: THOS. DENT
Mother: HANNAH
There are also member submissions for the christenings of Mary, George and Elizabeth DENT in Dec 1820 to a William & Catherine DENT in Stanhope. This is too early for his son but a bit late for this couple.

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~GENUKI (http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/NRY/Romaldkirk/Romaldkirk23.html)
Some of these may be related.
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for ROMALDKIRK in Baines's Directory of 1823. Shoemakers,
Dent Wm
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for COTHERSTONE in Baines's Directory of 1823. Miscellany of trades Dent Christopher, tailor
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for LARTINGTON in Baines's Directory of 1823. Farmers,
Dent Thomas
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for MICKLETON in Baines's Directory of 1823. Farmers & Yeomen,
Dent Joseph
Dent Wm.
Dent Thomas
Dent John
Dent Christopher
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" for THRINGARTH in Baines's Directory of 1823. Farmers,
Dent James
Dent John

~1861 (Oct 2005)
Could this be a relation:
Jonas Dent abt 1796 Romaldkirk, Yorkshire, England Head Lynesack and Softly Durham
Ann Dent abt 1797 Hamsterley, Durham, England Wife Lynesack and Softly Durham
Joseph Dent abt 1828 Hamsterley, Durham, England Son Lynesack and Softly Durham
Mary Ann Dent abt 1845 West Auckland, Durham, England Granddaughter Lynesack and Softly Durham
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Jonas Dent
Christening: 11 OCT 1794 Romaldkirk, Yorkshire, England
Father: Joseph Dent
Mother: Elizabeth
Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
+ IGI (See the marriage of Joshua DENT and Ann GILL above)
ANN GYLL - Christening: 12 JUN 1796 Hamsterley By Bishop Auckland, Durham, England


179. Catherine Watson

~Free BMD (Jul 2007)
Deaths Jun 1853
Dent Catherine Teesdale 10a 73 (RD includes Woodland)
Deaths Mar 1861
Dent Catherine Teesdale 10a 136 (RD includes Woodland)

~ IGI has (imported into this database):
KATHERINE WATSON
Christening: 02 JAN 1774 Hamsterley By Bishop Auckland, Durham, England
Parents:
Father: ROBERT WATSON
Mother: KATHERINE

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~FamilyHistoryOnline
A grandchild?
Catherine DENT Age 5 Place of birth Crook, DUR Piece/Folio 2386/211 Enumerated at South Bedburn, DUR


182. Thomas Barron

~Free BMD (Jan 2006)
Lots of Thomas Barron deaths in Hexham (none in Weardale) to 1853.

~IGI (Dec 2004)
No children in the index after John.

~1841 (Apr 2006)
Not in Stanhope, Edmundbyers or Blanchland (transcripts). Not residing with Elizabeth.
Not in the Ancestry index.
But he is not reported as deceased at the marriage of John in 1842.

~NBI (2nd Edition)
The NBI only has a few Barron burials in Bywell all between 1703 and 1729.
There is this unlikely entry:
25 Oct 1834 Thos BARRON 67 Nbland Corbridge, St Andrew

~1861 (May 2005)
His married son Henry has a niece Ann Philipson living with him aged 10 and born in Blanchland. This suggests that a daughter (Mary, Elizabeth, Jane or Hannah, Hannah was unmarried in 1851) marries a Philipson But she may be a niece of his wife.. Ann Philipson also appears with Henry in the 1871 and 1881 census as an unmarried servant.


183. Elizabeth Stobbart

The 1841 census has a Robson Barron living with her. His is likely to be a nephew of her husband Thomas. A Robson Barron also appears as a witness in the marriage of her son John to Adelaide Rowland in 1842.

~Free BMD (Nov 2005)

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~IGI (Dec 2004)
There are 2 possible Elizabeth Stobbarts christened in Bywell around 1776 (1841 census) but one is christened in 1779 (death certificate):
ELIZABETH STOBBART
Christening: 18 APR 1779 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: FORSTER STOBBART
Mother: ELIZABETH
The other is:
ELIZABETH STOBBART
Christening: 15 SEP 1776 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: WILLIAM STOBBART
Mother: GRACE
(appears as her parents at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3182743&id=I621613494)

~1851 (Nov 2005)


184. John Cave

~Free BMD (Nov 2007)
Deaths Mar 1848
(no, aged 8)Cave John Bedford 6 33
Deaths Mar 1849
Cave John Bedford 6 31 (but see the NBI below)
Deaths Mar 1850
(no, aged 2 days)CAVES John Bedford 6 35
Deaths Sep 1854
CAVE John Bedford 3b 178

~NBI (2nd Edition)
(too old)11 Mar 1849 John CAVE 72 Beds Kempston, All Saints

~IGI (Sep 2004)
JOHN CAVE
Christening: 24 MAR 1799 Wootton By, Bedford, Bedford, England
Father: JOSEPH CAVE
Mother: MARTHA
and this looks like the above couple:
JOSEPH CAVES
Spouse: MARTHA ODALL
Marriage: 09 APR 1798 Wootton, Bedford, England
Messages:
Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church
There is
ELIZABETH CAVE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 05 JAN 1823 All Saints, Kempston, Bedford, England
but her mother is recorded as Frances and there is a marrage of Jn. Cave & Frances Braybrook in 1798, Kempston.

~Post Office Directory of Berks, Northants ... , 1854
Kempston:
Cave John, tailor

~1841
In the household is: James Cave M 35 Taylor J. Y.
But John's surname is recorded as Caves so there may be no relationship.

~1851 (Dec 2005)
The following could be him with the wrong name or a brother:
HO107/1751/465/8
Up End Bedford Road, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Wm. Caves Head M 52 Tailor Beds Wootton
Elizh. " Wife M M 51 Lacemaker Kempston
Elizh. Redhead Lodger Wid 69 Beds Odell

~1861 (Dec 2005)

~1871 (Sep 2004)

~1881 (Feb 2006)


185. Elizabeth Hull

~Free BMD (Feb 2006)
Deaths Jun 1858
Cave Elizabeth Bedford 3b 192
Deaths Sep 1859
CAVE Elizabeth Bedford 3b 208
There is a small chance that she married again.

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~IGI (Jun 2007)
ELIZABETH HULL
Christening: 28 MAR 1773 Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: JOHN HULL
Mother: MARY

~1841
She is living next door to a Charles Hull - maybe a relative. A Charles Hull is a witness at the marriage of William Henry Cave to Anne Maria Hull (and possibly the brother of Anne):
HO107/6/14/8
Up End, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Charles Hull M 30 Ag Lab Y
Sophia Hull F 30 Lace m. Y
George Hull M 8 Y
Amos Hull M 5 Y
Thomas F….ing M 70 Ag Lab S
+ 1851
HO107/1751/468/15
Up End, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Chas. Hull Hd M 42 Farmer of 15 Acres Kempston
Sophia " Wife M F 41 "
George " Son M 17 Ag Lab "
Amos " Son M 15 " "
Jos. " Son M 4* "
Chas. " Son M 1** School "
*=15 crossed out
**=9 crossed out
+
CHARLES HULL
Birth: 16 FEB 1810
Christening: 15 JUL 1810 Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: WILLIAM HULL
Mother: ALICE
So he is probably the brother of Alice Maria Hull.

~1851 (Dec 2005)
The following could be her with the wrongly named husband:
HO107/1751/465/8
Up End Bedford Road, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Wm. Caves Head M 52 Tailor Beds Wootton
Elizh. " Wife M M 51 Lacemaker Kempston
Elizh. Redhead Lodger Wid 69 Beds Odell


~1861 (May 2005)

~1871 (Feb 2005)


186. George Church

~Free BMD (Jul 2007)
Deaths Mar 1847
Church George Bedford 6 34
But the NBI has:
21 Mar 1847 George CHURCH 25 Beds Bedford, St Cuthbert
Deaths Jun 1867
Church George 75 Bedford 3b 198 (probably the George Church below)

~IGI (Oct 2004)
No children of George Church christened in Kempston ~1820.

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~1841 (Jun 2007)
This is the only George Church in Kempston:
6 14 7 Thomas Stokes M 60 Ag Lab Y Up End
6 14 7 Caroline Stokes F 50 Lace m. Y
6 14 8 George Church M 19 Ag Lab Y
Could he be related to Elizabeth? The IGI has:
GEORGE CHURCH
Christening: 10 MAR 1822 All Saints, Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: WILLIAM CHURCH
Mother: ELIZABETH
There is no George Church in Huntingdonshire or Cambridgeshire

~1851 (Nov 2005)
This George is not her father as he has a daughter Elizabeth residing with him
HO107/1751/463/5
Up End, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
George Church Head M 57 Ag Lab & Publican Kempston
Judith " Wife M F 55 Norfolk? *
Elizth. " Daur F 15 Lacemaker Beds Chillington
Robert " Son M 14 Ag Lab " Houghton
Wm. " Son M 5 School " "
John " Son U M M 30 Ag Lab " "

~1861 (May 2005)
And here is the 1851 George in 1861.
RG9/0990/90/2
Woburn Road (Public House), Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
George Church Head M M 68 Publican & Farmer of 21 Acres Beds Milton Earnest
Employing 2 men & 1 boy
Judith " Wife M F 66 Publican's Wife Beds Chillington
Robert " Son M M 23 Carter " Houghton Conquest
Emma " DLaw M F 20 Seamstress " Kempston
Elizabeth " GDaur F 1 Infant " "
William " GSon M 15 Ag Lab " Houghton Conquest

~IGI
THOMAS CHURCH
Spouse: ANNE CHERRY
Marriage: 13 APR 1845 Kempston, Bedford, England
Husband Age at Marriage: 20
Wife Age at Marriage: 19
GEORGE CHURCH
Christening: 28 JUN 1846 All Saints, Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: THOMAS CHURCH
Mother: ANN
CHARLES CHURCH
Christening: 30 JUL 1848 All Saints, Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: THOMAS CHURCH
Mother: ANNE
EMMA CHURCH
Christening: 28 OCT 1849 All Saints, Kempston, Bedford, England
Father: THOMAS CHURCH
Mother: ANN


188. Thomas Bitchener

He was 'aged thirteen and three quarters' at his christening according to the register.

~I have added Ann & Mary RICHENO from the IGI (parents Thomas & Maria). The surname could actually be BICHENOR with a misinterpreted B and missing R. In the 1841 census she is with her mother as Ann BITCHENER.

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~1841
His wife Maria is with her daughter.

~Free BMD (Sep 2004)


189. Maria Brooks

~Free BMD (May 2005)
Deaths Sep 1875
BITCHENOR Maria 83 Bedford 3b 203

~NBI (2nd Edition)


190. John Fields

~Free BMD (July 2005)
Deaths Mar 1846
(not the John Fields in the NBI)Field John Bedford 6 15
Deaths Sep 1848
Fields John Bedford 6 22

~NBI (2nd Edition)
(born ~1776) 25 Jul 1848 John FIELDS 72 Beds Kempston, All Saints

~IGI (Jul 2007)
JOHN FIELD
Christening: 21 JUL 1777 Oakley, Bedford, England
Father: JOHN FIELD
Mother: MARY
JN FIELD
Spouse: MARY GALE
Marriage: 26 OCT 1767 Oakley, Bedford, England


191. Ann Hewit

~The IGI has 2 possibilities for her:
19 NOV 1780 Kempston, Bedford, England of Richard Hewitt & Elizabeth.
22 NOV 1778 Kempston, Bedford, England of William Hewitt & Elizabeth.
The 1851 census suggests the 2nd couple are her parents (also she had children named Elizabeth & William).
Her parents are probably William & Elizabeth Hewitt but the IGI has her as their only child (born ~1778). She named a child Sophia and the IGI has:
SOPHIA HEWITT - Christening: 16 MAR 1788 Kempston, Bedford, England to William & Mary.
+
There is also:
WILLIAM HEWETT
Spouse: MARY SHEFFIELD
Marriage: 17 APR 1770 Kempston, Bedford, England
Messages:
Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church.
with children:
1. SARAH HEWIT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 02 SEP 1770 Kempston, Bedford, England
2. SOPHIA HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 16 MAR 1788 Kempston, Bedford, England
3. ELIZABETH HEWETT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 18 OCT 1772 Kempston, Bedford, England
4. MARTHA HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 04 FEB 1781 Kempston, Bedford, England
5. JOHN HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 22 JUL 1791 Kempston, Bedford, England
6. WILLIAM HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 19 DEC 1784 Kempston, Bedford, England
7. THOMAS HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 26 MAR 1786 Kempston, Bedford, England
8. SUSAN HEWITT - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 11 AUG 1776 Kempston, Bedford, England

~Free BMD (July 2005)
Deaths Jun 1855
(but in 1861 there is a possiblility for her aged 82)Field Ann Bedford 3b 227
Deaths Jun 1868
FIELD Ann 92 Bedford 3b 183

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~1861 (June 2005)
RG9/990/76/11
Bell End, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Ann Field Head W F 82 Pauper, Lacemaker Beds Kempston