Sydney Septimus Wells

b. circa 1875, d. 1961
     Sydney Septimus Wells was born circa 1875.
Sydney Septimus Wells married Priscilla Jane Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1902 at New Zealand.
Sydney Septimus Wells died in 1961.

Family

Priscilla Jane Eva b. 2 Aug 1882, d. 8 Jul 1972
Marriage*
Sydney Septimus Wells married Priscilla Jane Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1902 at New Zealand

William Martin Simpson

b. 21 November 1881, d. 11 September 1960
     William Martin Simpson was born on 21 November 1881.
William Martin Simpson married Daisy Victoria Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1907 at New Zealand.
William Martin Simpson died on 11 September 1960 at Auckland, New Zealand, at age 78.

Family

Daisy Victoria Eva b. 18 Nov 1887, d. 1981
Marriage*
William Martin Simpson married Daisy Victoria Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1907 at New Zealand
Child

Claude Raymond Lambert

b. 16 December 1886, d. 1972
     Claude Raymond Lambert was born on 16 December 1886.
Claude Raymond Lambert married Violet Alice Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1927 at New Zealand.
Claude Raymond Lambert died in 1972.

Family

Violet Alice Eva b. 11 Jul 1890, d. 1984
Marriage*
Claude Raymond Lambert married Violet Alice Eva, daughter of John Eva and Margaret Elizabeth Tunnecliffe, in 1927 at New Zealand

Bonnetts Barber alias Nynne

Bonnetts and Bachelands (now Town Hill House), Rotherfield. (Postcard c1900)
      THE "BONNETTS" PROPERTY

The property known as Bonnetts is located on Rotherfield Hill on the northern side of what is now known as Church Road. It is opposite the western boundary of the Rotherfield St Denys church yard.

The Bonnetts property comprises four elements:
1. A messuage & garden of 1 rood [1/4 acre] with a barn called Bonnets and a "Way" from the messuage to the barn.
2. A garden of 1 rood called Bachelands next to the barn.
3. A parcel of meadow 1/2 acre
4. A kitchen (later described as a wooden building, and a lodge or hovel) once of Alice A'Downe and a garden once of Adam Fermor.

The property can be found on the 1842 Tithe map of Rotherfield [ESRO TD/E 156]:
1. Plot 2413 is identified on the tithe map as a a garden, 31 perches or 0.78 roods in area, and this is considered to be Bachelands.
2. Plot 2415 is identified on the Tithe map as Town Hill House and garden, 1 rood and 34 perches, or 0.46 acres in area. This is considered to be the parcel of meadow of 1/2 acre.
3. Plot 2414 is identified as a lodge and yard, 37 perches or 0.92 roods in area, and is considered to be the lodge or hovel once of Alice A'Downe and a garden once of Adam Farmer.
4. There is a"Way" in the middle of the properties lying between plots 2413 and 2415 together with a curiously shaped plot, possibly a garden, all with no plot numbers on the tithe map. The description of the property in 1627 of "Mes & gdn at Retherfeild Hill [sic.], of 1 rod [rood], and a barn called Bonnetts, with a Way from sd mes to the barn" could mean that the messuage, garden, way and barn totalled 1 rood in area, and if so then this would be close. The messuage (dwelling) may have been located where Town Hill House is located now on the main street, or it could have been in that curiously shaped plot in the Way between the existing barn and Town Hill House. The original cottage called Bonnets may actually be part of the existing barn or could also be in that curiously shaped plot in the Way.

Various transactions relating to this property have been discovered (mostly manorial surrenders and admissions) and are listed below:

On 27 Sep 1516 Thomas Morely is admitted to the property [Latin]: "27 Sep 1516 Copy Surrender of Alice A Downe, wd, to use of Tho Morley. Small pcl [parcel] land (?belonging to) a Cottage called Bonetts on Retherfield Hill." [ESRO SAS AB 395]

On 11 May 1530 John Nynde is admitted to the property [Latin]: "11 May 1530, Copy Surrender of Tho. Morley & Rose his wf [wife] to use of Joh ?Synde & Joan his wf. Cott with ?Kitchen (coquina), & gdn, in Retherfield also small pcl land of 1/2 acre, & garden belonging, late Alice Downe's." [ESRO SAS AB 396]

On 23 Sep 1591 George Nynne is admitted to the property "Comes George Nynne & prays 1 mes. with garden on R. hyll cont. 1 rod & 1 barn formerly called Bennetts with a road to the sd mes. & barn & a garden cont. 1 rod called Bacheland near the sd barn & a parcel of meadow cont. 1/2 ac. & 1 kitchen formerly Alice Adowne's & 1 garden formerly Adam Farmer's of which John N. his father died siesed". [Pullein Transcripts Vol III pg 58]

It appears that Bachelands may have been acquired between 1530 and 1591, as it is not specifically mentioned in the 1530 admission but is mentioned in the 1591 admission. We know that George Nynne alias Barber was a merchant in skins (fellmonger) (Pullein pg 281) and that he also inherited a freehold 22 1/2 acre property in the High Cross area of Rotherfield called Drapers (Pullein Transcripts Vol III pg 57) which is clearly shown on the 1597 survey map. Tanning and leather work were a major industry in Rotherfield (Pullein pg 281).

On 11 Oct 1627 Thomas Nynne als Barber is admitted to the property on the death of his father George [Latin]: "11 Oct 1627 Mes & gdn at Retherfeild Hill [sic.], of 1 rod, and a barn called Bonnetts, with a Way from sd mes to the barn; Also a gdn of 1 rod called Bacheland next to sd barn; Also a pcl meadow of 1/2 ac, & a Kitchen (coquinam) once of Alice Adowne, & a gdn once of Adam Farmer." [ESRO SAS AB 398]

On 7 Jan 1661/62 Thomas Barber alias Nynne leases the property from his mother: "7 Jan 1661/62 Lease by Samuel Theobold of Tonbridge, Kent, clothier and Ann his wife, to Thomas Barber alias Nine, of Frant, Sussex, then servant to Thomas Weller, gent., of a messuage or tenement, outhouse, barn and stall and a small piece of land lying near the said barn, together with all gardens, closes, backside, etc. in Rotherfield Town. Also, 4 pieces of land and wood containing 22 acres, called Drapyers in Rotherfield; all which premises the said Samuel held by right of An his wife made to her by jointure and lease from Thomas Barber alias Nine, her former husband, father of the above named Thomas. Term, the life of the said Ann Theobold party to the deed and mother of the said Thomas: rent yearly 11 pounds/5s. Signature of Samuel Theobold, and mark of Ann Theobold & seals. Witnesses: William Jeffrey, Ann Barber (mk)" [ESRO SAS FA 781]

On 6 Dec 1677 Thomas Nynne alias Barber surrenders the property and Edmund Latter is admitted: "6 Dec 1677 To this Court came Thomas Nynne alias Barbour and surrendered into the hands of the Lords, by the acceptance of their aforesaid steward, one messuage or tenement, one garden and one barn, called Bonnetts, and a certain way leading from the messuage to the aforesaid barn, and also one other garden containing one rood of land called Bathelands lying near the aforesaid barn, and one piece of meadow containing half an acre, and one wooden building, in English a lodge or hovel, and one garden previously Adam Fermor’s, situated and lying in Retherfeild, held by rent of [blank], heriot, relief and other services, to the use of Edmund Latter and his heirs, according to the custom of the aforesaid manor. And thereupon to this court came the aforesaid Edmund and sought that he be admitted to the messuage, tenement, barn, garden, lands and premises aforesaid, with the appurtenances, to whom the lords, through their aforesaid steward, granted seisin thereof by rod, to have and to hold to the same Edmund and his heirs, at the will of the lords, according to the custom of the aforesaid manor, by the rent and services formerly due in respect thereof and by right accustomed. And he gave to the lords, as fine and heriot, a composition, £3 13s 4d. And he is admitted as tenant thereof. And he has seisin by rod. And he makes fealty to the lords." [ESRO ABE 7401]

On 24 Oct 1678 Edmund Latter surrenders the property as settlement on his intended wife Mary Lashmore: "Copy Surrender of Edmund Latter to Use of sd Edmund for Life, & then to Mary Lashmore his intended wife, then to their issue; & his Admission thereon. Mes in which sd Edmund [Latter] dwells, with gdn, on Retherfeild Hill, of 1 rood, & barn called Bonnetts with Way leading from sd mes to sd barn; Also gdn of 1 rood called Bachelands next sd barn, and piece meadow of 1/2 ac, also Lodge or Hovell (tigellum) and gdn formerly of Adam Fermor, in Retherfeild. (A rough endorsement states "Latters Settlement on His Wife. This is copphold [copyhold?] from a thorn left in the fence of the Lawrel Hedg the other side of sd Lawrel hedg westward is freehold")." [ESRO SAS AB 405] This transactions illustrates one means of ensuring that a property belonging to a male could be used for the benefit of his wife after his death but still go to his heirs in the event that his wife remarried (otherwise a woman's property became her husband's property on marriage, but in this case she does not own the property and only has a right to use). Jointure is the term used to describe a provision made by a husband for his wife by settling property upon her at marriage for her use after his death.

On 5 Oct 1706 Mary Latter, widow, & relict of Edmund L., cordwinder [sic.] and Humphrey Latter of Groombridge, Kent, mercer, only son & heir of said Edmund, sign a covenant (a contract of sale) for 125 pounds to surrender the property at the next Court Baron of the Manor of Rotherfield to Humphrey Fowle of Rotherfield, esq. "A Mes with gdn upon Rotherfield Hill, of 1 rood; Also barn called Bonnetts with a Way from the Mes aforsd to sd barn; Also gdn of 1 rood called Bachelands nr sd barn; & pcl meadow of 1/2 ac; Also Lodge or Hovell heretofore a Kitchen & now one gdn heretofore belonging to Adam Fermor; All held of Manor of Rotherfield & now in occpn of Jas Mugridge & late the lands & tenmts of sd Edmund Latter, deed, & by him surrendered on 4 Oct 1678 to Use of sd Edmund for Life & Remainder to sd Mary by name of Mary Lashmore his then intended wife for her Life." [ESRO SAS AB 408]

On 19 Sep 1747, John Latter of Tunbridge, Kent cordwainer, paid Humphrey Fowle 140 pounds for the property and a more detailed description is given: "Mes or tenmt with barn, bldgs, closes, gdns, orchds, etc, in Rotherfield, bounding to High St on S [South], to mes and gdn of sd Humphry F. on W, & to mes and lands of sd Humphry F. now in occpn of Jas Mugridge the elder on N & E, all of 1 ac, in occpns of Hen Latter & Edw Taylor." [ESRO SAS AB 410]

On 23 Dec 1854 the property was surrendered by Spencer Shelley on the death of Sir John Shelley, and the Earl of Chichester & Viscount Gage were admitted as the new owners. The property was described as: "Mes [messuage] with gdn [garden] on Rotherfield Hill, of 1 rood; Also Bn [barn] called Bennetts [sic.] with a Way leading from sd mes to sd bn [said messuage to said barn]; Also a gdn of 1 rood called Backland [sic.] nr sd bn, & 1 piece of meadow of 1/2 ac, & a Lodge or Hovel, afterwards a gdn, once Farmers since Latters;" [ESRO SAS AB 1461]

Notes Concerning Some of the People Mentioned:
1. Bonnett - the court rolls for the manor of Rotherfield in 1456 has the entry: "The homag present that the tenement of Simon Bonnet viz the plastered hall & grange, are ruiness. Therefore he has a day before Easter next under pain of 13/4 [13s/4d fine?] 34HVI [1456]". It gives some description of the house, if indeed this was "Bonnets". Note that a grange, in this context, probably means a barn or granary, as this is the old meaning of the word. Two years earlier, in 1454, Simon Bonnet was also mentioned again in the court rolls for the same problem: "The Homag present that the buildings of John Astyn are in decay in everything. And the house of Simon Bonnet. And the houses of John at Fryth, John Hunt & Thos A'Downe". At least this is evidence of a family called Bonnet in Rotherfield in the 15th Century, although we cannot be certain about the house.
2. Alice A'Downe - no connection identified. Although A'Downe of Rotherfield is a name which appears in the Barber family tree, it is via the Latter family who married into the Barber alias Nynne family much later in 1639.
3. Thomas Morely - at present no connection has been proven. However, he surrendered a second property called Drapers to the Nynne alias Barber family in the 1500s. While there is no actual record of surrender, he did own Drapers in 1509 as evidenced in a quit rental, and from c1580 it is in the hands of the Nynne alias Barber family up until 1787. The two transfers lead one to suspect a family connection but there is no proof.
4. Adam Farmer/Fermor - suspected of being a family relative of the Nynne alias Barber family, as "John Nen married Alis Farmer" on 8 Apr 1554 in Rotherfield. He is possibly a brother to Alis Farmer. John Nynne's will (probate 25 May 1591) named Adam Farmer, son of John Farmer, as one of the overseers.
5. Samuel Theobold - third husband of Ann (nee Latter, married first husband William Heath 1630 and married second husband Thomas Nynne alias Barber 1639). Ann Latter is the daughter of Edmund Latter and Agnes Alchorne (nee A'Downe), baptised 11 Dec 1608 at Rotherfield. According to Pullein, Edmund Latter acquired a property called Salters in Rotherfield in 1595 (Pullein p303).
6. Edmund Latter - likely the grandson of Edmund Latter and Agnes Alchorn (nee A'Downe) - and the son of John Latter bap. 15 Jan 1636/37. He is mentioned in Edmund Latter's will of 1654 in Tonbridge. Another possibility is that he is actually Edmund Heath, son of Anne Latter (to William Heath, her first husband) who may have changed his surname to Latter (a possibility?).
7. Humphrey Fowle - notes from Bill Green (a Fowle family researcher): In the autumn of 1747 Humphrey Fowle was approaching 65 years of age and was apparently selling at least some of his many holdings (sold messuage etc in Balcombe in November). It should be noted that he was a Rotherfield church warden in 1714-16. As an interesting side light when he died in 1756 he had no male heir so he left everything to a Thomas Peckham with whom he lived. Mr. Peckham was to take the Fowle name to preserve the Fowle line. Peckham died without issue and that was the end of the Rotherfield junior Fowle line. See also Pullein - there is a lot of history on the Fowles.

Author's Comments:
The Grade II listed property Town Hill House in Church Road, Rotherfield (also known as Kingsclere in the past) incorporates the major part of the property known in the old manorial records as "Bonnetts" – in particular the barn and the way. The house dates from the 18th Century, so is later than the period of interest here.
The piece of land referred to as Bachelands fronts on to Church Road and has a surviving stone wall on the road boundary which was the subject of archaeological investigation in 2003, and some parts were dated to the 15th and 16th centuries. The house behind the wall is known today as "The Friars" and is fairly recent. It seems to have always been a garden, at least up until 1854. There is speculation of an association between Bachelands and John Bache/Bathe, rector of Rotherfield 1406 to 1430.
The outline of the Way on the 1842 tithe map has curious indentations and shapes, and the description of the property refers to a number of gardens and structures. It would surely be an interesting site for archaeological excavation in the future.

IMAGES.
Image: An early 20th-century postcard of the Bonnetts property now called Town Hill House (called Kings-clere at that time) in Church Road, Rotherfield. Note the high brick wall in front of the plot called Bachelands (now a house called The Friars), with the plot appearing to be vacant land at that time. The entrance to the "Way" between Bachelands and Town Hill House is clearly visible.
Image: An early 20th-century postcard looking down Church Road (Rotherfield Hill). Note Town Hill House down the hill on the right and the Rotherfield St Denys church lych gate on the left.
Image: The 1842 Tithe Map of Rotherfield Village. The Rotherfield St Denys church is clearly shown in plot 3130. The property Bachelands is plot 2413 and Bonnetts comprises plots 2414, 2415 and the Way. (ESRO, TD/E 1560006.)
Image: The Bonnetts and Bachelands property viewed from the church steeple. Town Hill House (on the left obscured by trees) with barn and meadow. 'The Friars' house is in the centre of the photo and is on the plot known as Bachelands. (Photo: Alan Yates, Rotherfield 2013).

REFERENCES

1. Martin, David: “A Brief Archaeological/Architectural Report on the Front Boundary Wall at The Friars, Church Road, Rotherfield , East Sussex”, Archaeology South East, Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Project Ref: 1757, Report No: 1512: Site Ref: P97/10, Date of Survey: 2003
2. Pullein, Catharine: “Rotherfield: The Story of Some Wealden Manors”, Published 1928.
3. Pullein, Catharine: “Vol I, Court Rolls of the Manor of Rotherfield, Sussex from the year 1444 to 1457/58”. Handwritten transcription. “The only rolls now remaining for the reign of King Henry VI.” Handed to Alan Yates, Rotherfield from the estate of a deceased churchwarden.
4. Pullein, Catharine: Her personal handwritten notebook held at the Sussex Archaeological Society Barbican Library, Lewes.
5. Sussex Archaeological Society (SAS) “AB” and “FA” Files held at the East Sussex Record Office.

William A Blumfield

b. 1879, d. 1904
     William A Blumfield was born in 1879 at England.
William A Blumfield married Lydia Jane Crowhurst in 1901 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.
William A Blumfield died in 1904 at Sussex, England. He is reported to have died from TB.

Family

Lydia Jane Crowhurst b. 22 Jan 1883, d. 16 Oct 1956
Marriage*
William A Blumfield married Lydia Jane Crowhurst in 1901 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England
Child

Mary Elizabeth Blumfield

b. 27 February 1902, d. 17 April 1989
FatherWilliam A Blumfield b. 1879, d. 1904
MotherLydia Jane Crowhurst b. 22 Jan 1883, d. 16 Oct 1956
     Mary Elizabeth Blumfield was born on 27 February 1902 at Chertsey, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William A Blumfield and Lydia Jane Crowhurst.
Mary Elizabeth Blumfield was also known as Bessie.
Brian Morris of Devon, Alberta, Canada writes: "Mary Elizabeth did not go to Canada with her mother and stepfather. She remained behind in England and was raised by the Blumfield family. The family kept in touch with Mary Elizabeth through her life who we referred to as Aunt Bessie”.
Mary Elizabeth Blumfield married Henry George Webb on 26 February 1938 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.
As of 26 February 1938, her married name was Webb.
Mary Elizabeth Blumfield died on 17 April 1989 at Goran Haven, St Austell, Cornwall, England, at age 87.

Family

Henry George Webb b. 18 Apr 1909, d. 22 May 1995
Marriage*
Mary Elizabeth Blumfield married Henry George Webb on 26 February 1938 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England

Dorothy Mae Ross

b. 7 September 1924, d. 10 November 2018
Dorothy Morris, 2014.
     Dorothy Mae Ross was born on 7 September 1924 at Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dorothy Mae Ross married Alfred James Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, on 12 June 1944 at Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada.
As of 12 June 1944, her married name was Morris.
Bud & Dorothy are a founding family of the town of Devon in Alberta. Devon was essentially built after the Leduc #1 oil discovery in February 1947 so that the oil workers had a place to reside, live and raise their families.
Dorothy Mae Ross died on 10 November 2018 at Grey Nuns Community Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, at age 94.
OBITUARY
Dorothy Morris
Devon resident Dorothy Morris passed away at the Grey Nuns Hospital on
Saturday November 10th, 2018. Dorothy was born on September 7th, 1924 in
Bengough, Saskatchewan. Dorothy married Alfred James “Bud” Morris on June
12th, 1944 in Bengough, Saskatchewan and eventually became long time residents
of the Town of Devon.
Dorothy is survived by daughter Denna Morris (Bill Meheriuk) of Sherwood Park,
Alberta; daughter Donna Pringle of Leduc, Alberta; daughter Marjorie Innes
(Brian) of Calgary, Alberta; son James Morris of Parkland County, Alberta; son
Brian Morris (Janice) of Devon, Alberta and her companion Alex Frame. Dorothy is
also survived by 11 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, her sister Gwen Huber
of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Dorothy is predeceased by her husband Alfred James (Bud) Morris, grandson
Aaron Pringle, and brothers James Ross, Evans Ross, Bob Ross and sister Bella
Hunt.
Memorial services for the late Dorothy Morris will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.
247 or the Leduc #1 Discovery Centre would be appreciated by the family.

Family

Alfred James Morris b. 18 Sep 1912, d. 7 Aug 1993
Marriage*
Dorothy Mae Ross married Alfred James Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, on 12 June 1944 at Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Henry George Webb

b. 18 April 1909, d. 22 May 1995
     Henry George Webb was born on 18 April 1909 at Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
Henry George Webb married Mary Elizabeth Blumfield, daughter of William A Blumfield and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, on 26 February 1938 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.
Henry George Webb died on 22 May 1995 at St Austell, Cornwall, England, at age 86.

Family

Mary Elizabeth Blumfield b. 27 Feb 1902, d. 17 Apr 1989
Marriage*
Henry George Webb married Mary Elizabeth Blumfield, daughter of William A Blumfield and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, on 26 February 1938 at Maidenhead, Berkshire, England

Olga Zuk

b. 14 July 1921, d. 19 March 2010
     Olga Zuk was born on 14 July 1921 at Wakaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Olga Zuk married Norman Leroy Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, circa 1945.
As of circa 1945, her married name was Morris.
Olga Zuk died on 19 March 2010 at Wakaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 88.

Family

Norman Leroy Morris b. Aug 1919, d. 25 Feb 1984
Marriage*
Olga Zuk married Norman Leroy Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Lydia Jane Crowhurst, circa 1945. 

Ernest Lomas Smethurst

b. 1862, d. 28 July 1911
     Ernest Lomas Smethurst was born in 1862 at Todmorden, Yorkshire, England.
Ernest Lomas Smethurst married Alice Morris, daughter of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1898 at Brighton, Sussex, England.
Ernest Lomas Smethurst died on 28 July 1911 at Salford, Lancashire, England.

Family

Alice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
Marriage*
Ernest Lomas Smethurst married Alice Morris, daughter of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1898 at Brighton, Sussex, England
Children

John Edward Richards

     John Edward Richards married Alice Morris, daughter of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1912 at Salford, Lancashire, England.

Family

Alice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
Marriage*
John Edward Richards married Alice Morris, daughter of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1912 at Salford, Lancashire, England
Child

Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris

b. 25 January 1907, d. 27 April 1977
FatherCharles Morris b. 12 Apr 1879, d. 11 Jan 1951
MotherLucy Eleanor Diplock b. 27 Jun 1878, d. 3 Aug 1968
     Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris was born on 25 January 1907 at San Francisco, California, United States. She was the daughter of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock.
Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris married Nathan Dudley Maddox circa 1935 at United States.
As of circa 1935, her married name was Maddox.
Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris died on 27 April 1977 at Eugene, Lane, Oregon, United States, at age 70.

Family

Nathan Dudley Maddox b. 1903, d. 26 Jul 1974
Marriage*
Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris married Nathan Dudley Maddox circa 1935 at United States
Children

Nathan Dudley Maddox

b. 1903, d. 26 July 1974
     Nathan Dudley Maddox was born in 1903 at Pheonix, Arizona, United States.
Nathan Dudley Maddox married Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris, daughter of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, circa 1935 at United States.
Nathan Dudley Maddox died on 26 July 1974 at Lane, Oregon, United States.

Family

Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris b. 25 Jan 1907, d. 27 Apr 1977
Marriage*
Nathan Dudley Maddox married Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris, daughter of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, circa 1935 at United States
Children

Lawrence Charles Maddox

b. 21 March 1936, d. 28 December 1999
FatherNathan Dudley Maddox b. 1903, d. 26 Jul 1974
MotherMuriel Alice Eleanor Morris b. 25 Jan 1907, d. 27 Apr 1977
     Lawrence Charles Maddox was born on 21 March 1936 at Napa, California, United States. He was the son of Nathan Dudley Maddox and Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris.
Lawrence Charles Maddox died on 28 December 1999 at Oregon, United States, at age 63.

Meltha Ann Maddox

b. 13 July 1938, d. 13 July 2011
FatherNathan Dudley Maddox b. 1903, d. 26 Jul 1974
MotherMuriel Alice Eleanor Morris b. 25 Jan 1907, d. 27 Apr 1977
     Meltha Ann Maddox was born on 13 July 1938 at Humboldt, California, United States. She was the daughter of Nathan Dudley Maddox and Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris.
Meltha Ann Maddox married Earl Leroy Murry on 18 April 1957 at Klickitat, Washington, United States.
As of 18 April 1957, her married name was Murry.
Meltha Ann Maddox died on 13 July 2011 at Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon, United States, at age 73.

Family

Earl Leroy Murry b. 30 Jan 1940, d. 17 Feb 1999
Marriage*
Meltha Ann Maddox married Earl Leroy Murry on 18 April 1957 at Klickitat, Washington, United States

Earl Leroy Murry

b. 30 January 1940, d. 17 February 1999
     Earl Leroy Murry was born on 30 January 1940 at Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon, United States.
Earl Leroy Murry married Meltha Ann Maddox, daughter of Nathan Dudley Maddox and Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris, on 18 April 1957 at Klickitat, Washington, United States.
Earl Leroy Murry died on 17 February 1999 at Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon, United States, at age 59.

Family

Meltha Ann Maddox b. 13 Jul 1938, d. 13 Jul 2011
Marriage*
Earl Leroy Murry married Meltha Ann Maddox, daughter of Nathan Dudley Maddox and Muriel Alice Eleanor Morris, on 18 April 1957 at Klickitat, Washington, United States

Spencer Eugene John Morris

b. 1 November 1910, d. 27 August 1992
FatherCharles Morris b. 12 Apr 1879, d. 11 Jan 1951
MotherLucy Eleanor Diplock b. 27 Jun 1878, d. 3 Aug 1968
     Spencer Eugene John Morris was born on 1 November 1910 at Crockett, Contra Costa, California, United States. He was the son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock.
Spencer Eugene John Morris married Marie Yancey, daughter of Thomas Elgin Yancey and Eleanor Ann Bringhurst, on 1 November 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
Spencer Eugene John Morris died on 27 August 1992 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, at age 81.

Family

Marie Yancey b. 12 Oct 1915, d. 10 Sep 2005
Marriage*
Spencer Eugene John Morris married Marie Yancey, daughter of Thomas Elgin Yancey and Eleanor Ann Bringhurst, on 1 November 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Child

Marie Yancey

b. 12 October 1915, d. 10 September 2005
FatherThomas Elgin Yancey b. 26 Apr 1874, d. 22 May 1951
MotherEleanor Ann Bringhurst b. 13 Feb 1889, d. 18 Aug 1979
     Marie Yancey was born on 12 October 1915 at Taylorsville, Utah, United States. She was the daughter of Thomas Elgin Yancey and Eleanor Ann Bringhurst.
Marie Yancey married Spencer Eugene John Morris, son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, on 1 November 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
As of 1 November 1939, her married name was Morris.
Marie Yancey married William Jamison Coombe on 27 November 1966 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
As of 27 November 1966, her married name was Coombe.
Marie Yancey died on 10 September 2005 at Mesa, Arizona, United States, at age 89.

Family 1

Spencer Eugene John Morris b. 1 Nov 1910, d. 27 Aug 1992
Marriage*
Marie Yancey married Spencer Eugene John Morris, son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, on 1 November 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Child

Family 2

William Jamison Coombe b. 18 Jan 1929, d. 14 Apr 2005
Marriage*
Marie Yancey married William Jamison Coombe on 27 November 1966 at Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Charles Thomas Morris

b. 20 June 1918, d. 6 July 2007
FatherCharles Morris b. 12 Apr 1879, d. 11 Jan 1951
MotherLucy Eleanor Diplock b. 27 Jun 1878, d. 3 Aug 1968
     Charles Thomas Morris was born on 20 June 1918 at Crockett, Contra Costa, California, United States. He was the son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock.
Charles Thomas Morris married Marihelen Marie Gotta circa 1940 at United States.
Charles Thomas Morris died on 6 July 2007 at Stockton, San Joaquin, California, United States, at age 89.

Family

Marihelen Marie Gotta b. 12 Aug 1923, d. 18 Jul 2006
Marriage*
Charles Thomas Morris married Marihelen Marie Gotta circa 1940 at United States

Marihelen Marie Gotta

b. 12 August 1923, d. 18 July 2006
     Marihelen Marie Gotta was born on 12 August 1923 at Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States.
Marihelen Marie Gotta married Charles Thomas Morris, son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, circa 1940 at United States.
As of circa 1940, her married name was Morris.
Marihelen Marie Gotta died on 18 July 2006 at Stockton, San Joaquin, California, United States, at age 82.

Family

Charles Thomas Morris b. 20 Jun 1918, d. 6 Jul 2007
Marriage*
Marihelen Marie Gotta married Charles Thomas Morris, son of Charles Morris and Lucy Eleanor Diplock, circa 1940 at United States

Beatrice A Miles

     Beatrice A Miles married William Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1921 at Uckfield, Sussex, England.
As of 1921, her married name was Morris.

Family

William Morris b. 13 Jun 1890, d. 9 Oct 1953
Marriage*
Beatrice A Miles married William Morris, son of Alfred Morris and Harriet Ann Diplock, in 1921 at Uckfield, Sussex, England

Nina Alice Smethurst

b. 1899, d. 1968
FatherErnest Lomas Smethurst b. 1862, d. 28 Jul 1911
MotherAlice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
     Nina Alice Smethurst was born in 1899 at West Derby, Lancashire, England. She was the daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris.
Nina Alice Smethurst died in 1968 at Salford, Lancashire, England.

Florence Mary Smethurst

b. 7 August 1903, d. 1991
FatherErnest Lomas Smethurst b. 1862, d. 28 Jul 1911
MotherAlice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
     Florence Mary Smethurst was born on 7 August 1903 at Salford, Lancashire, England. She was the daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris.
Florence Mary Smethurst married John T Hilton in 1939 at Salford, Lancashire, England.
As of 1939, her married name was Hilton.
Florence Mary Smethurst died in 1991 at Salford, Lancashire, England.

Family

John T Hilton
Marriage*
Florence Mary Smethurst married John T Hilton in 1939 at Salford, Lancashire, England

John T Hilton

     John T Hilton married Florence Mary Smethurst, daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris, in 1939 at Salford, Lancashire, England.

Family

Florence Mary Smethurst b. 7 Aug 1903, d. 1991
Marriage*
John T Hilton married Florence Mary Smethurst, daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris, in 1939 at Salford, Lancashire, England

Gertrude Harriet Smethurst

b. 7 August 1903, d. 1994
FatherErnest Lomas Smethurst b. 1862, d. 28 Jul 1911
MotherAlice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
     Gertrude Harriet Smethurst was born on 7 August 1903 at Salford, Lancashire, England. She was the daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris.
Gertrude Harriet Smethurst died in 1994 at Bury, Lancashire, England.

Robert Alfred Smethurst

b. 21 September 1905, d. 4 September 1979
FatherErnest Lomas Smethurst b. 1862, d. 28 Jul 1911
MotherAlice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
     Robert Alfred Smethurst was born on 21 September 1905 at Salford, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris.
Robert Alfred Smethurst died on 4 September 1979 at Manchester, Lancashire, England, at age 73.

Winifred Ethel Smethurst

b. 1907, d. 1909
FatherErnest Lomas Smethurst b. 1862, d. 28 Jul 1911
MotherAlice Morris b. 19 Jul 1873, d. 1955
     Winifred Ethel Smethurst was born in 1907 at Salford, Lancashire, England. She was the daughter of Ernest Lomas Smethurst and Alice Morris.
Winifred Ethel Smethurst died in 1909 at Salford, Lancashire, England.