George Cornell

b. 13 July 1800, d. 1855
FatherGeorge Cornell b. c 1765, d. 31 Dec 1843
MotherLydia Noake b. c 1772, d. 30 Mar 1856
     George Cornell was baptized on 13 July 1800 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England. He was the son of George Cornell and Lydia Noake.
George Cornell died in 1855 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England.
George Cornell was buried on 1 December 1855 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England, "55 years. Hurdle End, Heath Quarter."

John Cornell

b. 24 October 1802
FatherGeorge Cornell b. c 1765, d. 31 Dec 1843
MotherLydia Noake b. c 1772, d. 30 Mar 1856
     John Cornell was baptized on 24 October 1802 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England. He was the son of George Cornell and Lydia Noake.

Mary Cornell

b. 23 September 1804
FatherGeorge Cornell b. c 1765, d. 31 Dec 1843
MotherLydia Noake b. c 1772, d. 30 Mar 1856
     Mary Cornell was baptized on 23 September 1804 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England, surname CORNEY. She was the daughter of George Cornell and Lydia Noake.

Milly Cornell

b. 19 October 1806
FatherGeorge Cornell b. c 1765, d. 31 Dec 1843
MotherLydia Noake b. c 1772, d. 30 Mar 1856
     Milly Cornell was baptized on 19 October 1806 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England, surname CORNILL. She was the daughter of George Cornell and Lydia Noake.

Hannah Cornell

b. 6 April 1809
FatherGeorge Cornell b. c 1765, d. 31 Dec 1843
MotherLydia Noake b. c 1772, d. 30 Mar 1856
     Hannah Cornell was born on 6 April 1809 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England. She was the daughter of George Cornell and Lydia Noake.
Hannah Cornell was baptized on 28 May 1809 at Hatfield Brod Oak, Essex, England.

Edmund Charles Travis

b. 16 January 1877, d. 3 February 1877
FatherEdmund George Travis b. 1 Jun 1855, d. 4 Aug 1903
MotherRosina Hoare b. 1854, d. 19 Dec 1928
     Edmund Charles Travis was born on 16 January 1877 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare.
Edmund Charles Travis died on 3 February 1877 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Rosina Leonore Travis

b. 21 October 1878, d. 22 October 1962
FatherEdmund George Travis b. 1 Jun 1855, d. 4 Aug 1903
MotherRosina Hoare b. 1854, d. 19 Dec 1928
     Rosina Leonore Travis was born on 21 October 1878 at Dean St, Albury, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare.
Rosina Leonore Travis married Frederick Sherwin circa 1904 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
As of circa 1904, her married name was Sherwin.
Rosina Leonore Travis died on 22 October 1962 at Melbourne Home and Hospital for the Aged, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 84.

Family

Frederick Sherwin b. 10 Jan 1868, d. 20 Sep 1918
Marriage*
Rosina Leonore Travis married Frederick Sherwin circa 1904 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Child

Frederick Sherwin

b. 10 January 1868, d. 20 September 1918
     Frederick Sherwin was born on 10 January 1868 at Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England.
Frederick Sherwin married Rosina Leonore Travis, daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare, circa 1904 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Frederick Sherwin died on 20 September 1918 at Australian General Hospital, Bridport St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 50.

Family

Rosina Leonore Travis b. 21 Oct 1878, d. 22 Oct 1962
Marriage*
Frederick Sherwin married Rosina Leonore Travis, daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare, circa 1904 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Child

John Whyte

Family

Child

Clarence Edmund Travis

b. 31 May 1887, d. 1891
FatherEdmund George Travis b. 1 Jun 1855, d. 4 Aug 1903
MotherRosina Hoare b. 1854, d. 19 Dec 1928
     Clarence Edmund Travis was born on 31 May 1887 at Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare.
Clarence Edmund Travis died in 1891 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Thomas Travis

b. 1891, d. 1891
FatherEdmund George Travis b. 1 Jun 1855, d. 4 Aug 1903
MotherRosina Hoare b. 1854, d. 19 Dec 1928
     Thomas Travis died in 1891 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 3 days old.
Thomas Travis was born in 1891 at Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare.

Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis

b. 1893
FatherEdmund George Travis b. 1 Jun 1855, d. 4 Aug 1903
MotherRosina Hoare b. 1854, d. 19 Dec 1928
     Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis was born in 1893 at Ascot Vale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She was the daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare.
Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis married Charles William Collatz in 1915 at South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
As of 1915, her married name was Collatz.

Family

Charles William Collatz b. 1884, d. 1942
Marriage*
Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis married Charles William Collatz in 1915 at South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Charles William Collatz

b. 1884, d. 1942
     Charles William Collatz was born in 1884 at Williamstown, Victoria, Australia.
Charles William Collatz married Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis, daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare, in 1915 at South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Charles William Collatz died in 1942 at Heidleberg, Victoria, Australia.

Family

Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis b. 1893
Marriage*
Charles William Collatz married Clarrisa Victoria Rose Travis, daughter of Edmund George Travis and Rosina Hoare, in 1915 at South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jeanne Hoare

b. 29 May 1860
FatherJames Kekewick Hore b. 1830, d. 15 Mar 1905
MotherEmma Fortescue b. 16 Oct 1831, d. 17 Feb 1912
Birth certificate for Jeanne Hore, 29 May 1860 at Paris, France.
     Jeanne Hoare was born on 29 May 1860 at Paris, France. She was the daughter of James Kekewick Hore and Emma Fortescue.
Jeanne Hoare was also known as Minnie.

Richard Green

b. circa 1771, d. August 1810
     Richard Green was born circa 1771 at England; (age 39 years at burial in 1810.)
Richard Green is the likely father of Richard Green Griffiths (illegitimate) born to Sarah Ann Griffiths, widow. The likely father is Richard Green who, according to the poor relief records of the parish of Theydon Garnon, received the following payments:
1810 Jan 30. Richard Green ill                    5s.
1810 Feb 14. Richard Green ill                    5s.
These payments to Richard Green continued until July.
1810 Jul 11. Paid for removing Richard Green to the Ospetal[hospital]     10s.
1810 Jul 15. Richard Green wife in distress               2s.6d.
Payments continued to Richard Green’s wife until August.
1810 Aug 10. Widow Green                    2s.
Payments to Widow Green continued on into at least 1811.
Richard Green seems to have been become ill at around the time of Richard’s conception and was dead before he was born.
His burial on 6 Aug 1810 at St Mary's Whitechapel refers to him being at St Bartholomews Hospital.
Richard Green died in August 1810 at St Bartholomew's Hospital, Whitechapel, London, England.
Richard Green was buried on 6 August 1810 at St Mary's, Whitechapel, London, England, "39 years, Fever."

Family

Sarah Ann Griffiths b. c 1767, d. 26 Jan 1841
Child

Sarah Fortescue

b. 21 May 1806
FatherJohn Fortescue b. c 1751, d. 1842
MotherElizabeth Holman b. 1761, d. 1826
     Sarah Fortescue was baptized on 21 May 1806 at St Sidwells, Exeter, Devon, England. She was the daughter of John Fortescue and Elizabeth Holman.
Sarah Fortescue married John Tozer on 3 September 1827 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon, England.
As of 3 September 1827, her married name was Tozer.

Family

John Tozer b. 1806, d. b 1871
Marriage*
Sarah Fortescue married John Tozer on 3 September 1827 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon, England

John Tozer

b. 1806, d. before 1871
     John Tozer was born in 1806 at Devon, England.
John Tozer married Sarah Fortescue, daughter of John Fortescue and Elizabeth Holman, on 3 September 1827 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon, England.
John Tozer died before 1871 at England.

Family

Sarah Fortescue b. 21 May 1806
Marriage*
John Tozer married Sarah Fortescue, daughter of John Fortescue and Elizabeth Holman, on 3 September 1827 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon, England

Samuel Nevell

     Samuel Nevell married Anne Gunn, daughter of Thomas Gunn and Ann Wheeler, on 23 October 1823 at Brighton, Sussex, England, both of this parish.1

Family

Anne Gunn b. 13 Aug 1800, d. 1884
Marriage*
Samuel Nevell married Anne Gunn, daughter of Thomas Gunn and Ann Wheeler, on 23 October 1823 at Brighton, Sussex, England, both of this parish.1 

Citations

  1. [S24] Index to Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

Philip Skelton

Family

Child

John Akehurst

b. circa 1560, d. 1613
Father(?) Akehurst
     John Akehurst was born circa 1560 at Sussex, England. He was the son of (?) Akehurst.
John Akehurst married Jane Akehurst circa 1585 at Sussex, England, husband assumed to be John Akehurst based on the only Akehurst burial at Folkington around that time.
John Akehurst died in 1613 at Folkington, Sussex, England.
John Akehurst was buried on 17 February 1613 at St Peter, Folkington, Sussex, England, Note: no christian name in parish register but the Bishop's Transcripts has John Akehurst.1
His estate was probated on 21 May 1613 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England, (ESRO: PBT 1/3/4/5F.)

Family

Jane Akehurst b. c 1550, d. Sep 1615
Marriage*
John Akehurst married Jane Akehurst circa 1585 at Sussex, England, husband assumed to be John Akehurst based on the only Akehurst burial at Folkington around that time. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S25] Index to Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Richard Baker

b. circa 1609, d. September 1637
     Richard Baker was born circa 1609 at Sussex, England; (based on age 23 years on marriage licence in 1632.)
Richard Baker and Anne Akehurst obtained a marriage licence on 10 April 1632 at St Matthew, London, England.
Baker, Richard, gent., bachelor, 23, and Anne Akehurst, spinster, 21, daughter of John Akehurst, late of Hedlingleigh [Hellingly], co. Sussex,
gent., deceased, consent of her mother, Mary Akehurst, of same, widow — at St. Matthew, Friday Street. 10 April, 1632. (Bishop of London's Office)
(Source: London Marriage Licences 1521-1869, edited by Joseph Foster, 1887).
Richard Baker was a yeoman in 1637.1
Richard Baker left a will made on 10 September 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England.1
Will of Richard Baker, yeoman of Hastings, 1638
(ESRO: PBT 1/1/25/80)
Made: 10 Sep 1637
Buried: 15 Sep 1637 at Hastings St Clement
Proved: 27 Jan 1637/38
www.familysearch.org (film: 1885823; Image: 199)
In the name of God Amen The Tenth Daie of September Anno Dmi 1637 I Richard Baker of the Towne & Porte of Hasting in the County of Sussex yoman being sick of Bodie but of pfect memory (blessed be God for it) doe make & ordaine this my last will & Testament in manner & forme following That is to say First I comend my Soule into the hands of blessed God my blessed Creator undoubtedlie beleving the Remission of my Sinnes & expecting eternall Salvation only in & by the all sufficient [error deleted] satisfactorie sufferings & merritts of my most gracious Savio[u]r & Redeemer Jesus Christ And my Body to Xtien burial at the Discreation of my loving wife And for my temporall estate wherewth it hath pleased God in mercie to blesse me I dispose of it as followeth Inprimis to the poore people of the pish of St Cl[e]m[en]t in Hasting aforesaid I give Twentie shillinges to be distributed amongst them wthin one moneth next after my decease at the discreation of my Executrix Itm all my Marsh Landes wth their appurtenances in Pevensea and wartling levells or either of them called litle Lampham or by what other name or names els they be called or knowen // I give to Anne my said loving wife to hold to her & her Assignes during her naturall life and after her decease then to my eldest sonne Richard his heires & Assignes forever Item I give my Messuage or Tenemt & Crofte of Land wth thapppurtnenances in Turnebridge I give to my said sonne Richard & his heires forever Item more I give unto my said sonne Richard Twoe hundred poundes of lawfull mony of England To be paid him at his age of one & twentie yeres Item to my second sonne John I give Two hundred & fiftie poundes of like lawfull mony of England to be paid him at his like age of one & twentie yeares Item to my Daughter Mary I give the like some of Two hundred & fiftie poundes of like lawfull mony of England To be paid unto her at her like age of one & twenty yeres or daie of her mariage wch shall first happen Also I give to the Child wherewth my wif said wife now goeth the like some of Two hundred & fiftie poundes of like lawfull mony of England to be paid (if it be a sonne) at the his like age of one & twentie yeres but if it be a daughter at her like age or daie of her mariage wch shall first happen And my expresse will & meaning is That if it // please God any my said Children shall die before they come to enioye theire said sev[er]all porcons Then the Survivor & Survivors of them shall have & enioye the said Porcon & Porcons of the deceased of them equallie devided amonge them Not doubting (as I meane & desire) but that my said loving wife wilbe to give & provide for them (in the meane tyme) Christien & honest educacon & intruction in the knowledge of God & course of living &c Item I give to my loving Brother John a Twentie shillings peice of Gold in remembrance of my brotherlie love & affection towards him To be paid him wthin one moneth next after my decease & I make & ordaine my said loving wife Anne my sole Executrix of this my last will & Testamt And my loving freinds my Unkle Richard Keete Mr Richard Boys & Mr Edward Bennett Clarke Jurates of Hasting aforesaid & my said wife her mother Mrs Mary Akehurst widdow overseers thereof instantlie praying their ioynt & sev[er]all assistance & advise to my said Executrixe in the xecucon [error deleted] of the same & managing my said estate her To every of my said overseers I give a Ten shillings peice of gold in token of my love towards them To be payd wthin one moneth next after my decease In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & Seale geven the daie & yeare first above written theis being witnesses
Richard Baker      Mary Akehurst Thomas Rainolds
Probate: 27th January 1637/8 to Anne Baker, relict and executrix.
(Transcribed by Claire Wickens, 7 September 2018, for Geoffrey Barber.)

Richard Baker died in September 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England.
Richard Baker was buried on 15 September 1637 at St Clement, Hastings, Sussex, England, "yeoman."2
His estate was probated on 27 January 1637/38 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England.

Family

Anne Akehurst b. 2 Sep 1610
Marriage License
Richard Baker and Anne Akehurst obtained a marriage licence on 10 April 1632 at St Matthew, London, England
Children

Citations

  1. [S769] Will of Richard Baker of Hastings, Sussex, England, made 10 Sep 1637, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes, 27 Jan 1638. (ESRO: PBT/1/1/25/80).
  2. [S25] Index to Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Anne Akehurst

b. 2 September 1610
FatherJohn Akehurst b. c 1565, d. 1630
MotherMary (?) b. c 1580, d. Nov 1639
     Anne Akehurst was baptized on 2 September 1610 at St Clement, Hastings, Sussex, England, "Anna".1,2,3 She was the daughter of John Akehurst and Mary (?)
Anne Akehurst and Richard Baker obtained a marriage licence on 10 April 1632 at St Matthew, London, England.
As of 10 April 1632, her married name was Baker.
Baker, Richard, gent., bachelor, 23, and Anne Akehurst, spinster, 21, daughter of John Akehurst, late of Hedlingleigh [Hellingly], co. Sussex,
gent., deceased, consent of her mother, Mary Akehurst, of same, widow — at St. Matthew, Friday Street. 10 April, 1632. (Bishop of London's Office)
(Source: London Marriage Licences 1521-1869, edited by Joseph Foster, 1887).
Anne Akehurst is mentioned in the will of Richard Baker dated 10 September 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England.2
Anne Akehurst married Richard Franck circa 1639 at England.
As of circa 1639, her married name was Franck.
Anne Akehurst witnessed the probate of the estate of Mary (?) on 2 November 1639 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England.4
Anne Akehurst is mentioned in the will of John Akehurst dated 6 August 1657 at Warbleton, Sussex, England.3
After the death of her second husband Richard Franck, Anne lived at Cliffe, Lewes near her daughter Mary who had married Raphe Akehurst in 1653. This is mentioned in the "Assignment of mortgage" document dated 17 Aug 1691 (ESRO: MIL 1/15/2).
Anne's burial cannot be found. Given that she was living near her daughter Mary Akehurst, a Quaker, she was probably not buried in an Anglican churchyard but in a Quaker burial ground.

Family 1

Richard Baker b. c 1609, d. Sep 1637
Marriage License*
Anne Akehurst and Richard Baker obtained a marriage licence on 10 April 1632 at St Matthew, London, England
Children

Family 2

Richard Franck d. c 1648
Marriage*
Anne Akehurst married Richard Franck circa 1639 at England
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S769] Will of Richard Baker of Hastings, Sussex, England, made 10 Sep 1637, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes, 27 Jan 1638. (ESRO: PBT/1/1/25/80).
  3. [S773] Will of John Akehurst of Warbleton, Sussex, England, made 5 Aug 1657, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 21 Oct 1657. (TNA: PROB 11/268/302).
  4. [S805] Letters of administration of the estate of Mary Akehurst of Hastings, Sussex, England, granted by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1639 (ESRO: PBT 1/3/7/181A).

Abraham Baker

b. 25 February 1637/38
FatherRichard Baker b. c 1609, d. Sep 1637
MotherAnne Akehurst b. 2 Sep 1610
     Abraham Baker was baptized on 25 February 1637/38 at Hastings St Clement, Hastings, Sussex, England, "Anne (widow.)1" He was the son of Richard Baker and Anne Akehurst.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

John Baker

b. circa 1637, d. 1644/45
FatherRichard Baker b. c 1609, d. Sep 1637
MotherAnne Akehurst b. 2 Sep 1610
     John Baker was born circa 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England. He was the son of Richard Baker and Anne Akehurst.
John Baker is mentioned in the will of Richard Baker dated 10 September 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England.1
John Baker died in 1644/45 at Hastings, Sussex, England.
John Baker was buried on 18 March 1644/45 at St Clement, Hastings, Sussex, England, "son of Mrs Franke" [his mother had remarried Richard Franke, refer ESRO: MIL 1/15/2 ].2

Citations

  1. [S769] Will of Richard Baker of Hastings, Sussex, England, made 10 Sep 1637, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes, 27 Jan 1638. (ESRO: PBT/1/1/25/80).
  2. [S25] Index to Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Richard Baker

b. circa 1633
FatherRichard Baker b. c 1609, d. Sep 1637
MotherAnne Akehurst b. 2 Sep 1610
     Richard Baker was born circa 1633 at Hastings, Sussex, England. He was the son of Richard Baker and Anne Akehurst.
Richard Baker is mentioned in the will of Richard Baker dated 10 September 1637 at Hastings, Sussex, England.1

Citations

  1. [S769] Will of Richard Baker of Hastings, Sussex, England, made 10 Sep 1637, proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Lewes, 27 Jan 1638. (ESRO: PBT/1/1/25/80).