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Gypies Passing Through 2

*** ADDERBURY, Oxon ***

 

Richard BOSWELL 1.3.1639/40 Richard & Phillis

Hardmaid BOSWELL 31.1.1787 Lawrence & Carnation

Joseph CARNEL 16.10.1782 Joseph & Sarah (Travellers of Warwick)

William GARDNER 15.9.1781 illegitimate son of Ann SMITH

Peggy KERRY 3.4.1795 Jonas & Esther (Itinerant Tinkers)

Honour SMITH 1.1.1784 Jasper & Kitty

James SMITH 30.1.1771 Ann

Sarah STRINGER 9.11.1758 Sarah - a stranger

Mary HOLYDAY 21/2/1736/7 daughter of a travelling woman

Matthew JEFF 23.2.1789 Sarah, a tramper

Lucy LAVENDER 19.10.1728 James, a traveller, born in Thomas Kent's cowhouse

Diana MASON 23.2.1777/8 Aaron & Elizabeth, strangers

Sarah OLIVER 20.10.1757 John & Sarah, vagrant

Emily SMITH 1.1.1893 Job & Elizabeth, gipsy, travellers

Mary SPECKE 7.6.1699 William a wandering person or vagabond

John WILLIAMS 20.4.1735 ye son of a beggar

Righto BUCKLEY buried 2.11.1763   son of a Gipsy

William CORNISH buried 1.1.1714  a vagabond

-- PHIPPS buried 30.8.1817, aged 70  a travelling woman

Mary WOODHALL buried 15.6.1709   a wandering person or vagabond

 

ALKERTON, ST. MICHAEL, Oxon

Alice GENTLE /24.1.1813 John & Latitia, travelling hawker

Eleanor 10.1.1819      [Letitia], hawker & pedlar

Emma 4.2.1821      [Letitia], hawker

Elizabeth 25.12.1824      [Laetitia], hawker

James GENTLE 1.5.1853 John & Sarah, hawker

John GENTLE 4.4.1858 Cornelius & Freedom, hawker, etc.

George 1.1.1860

Laura 21.4.1861                    [hawker]

Alice Dora 16.10.1864        [hawker]

Arthur 28.4.1867                    [hawker]

Clara 21.11.1868                    [hawker]

Edward JAMES 1.1.1871 Samson & Louisa, licensed hawker, Reading, born 1.12.1870

Robert PERKINS 9.6.1854 Daniel & Ellen, higgler, privately, dead

Charles SMITH 26.2.1804 Jasper & Ann  people called Gypsies

Jasper SMITH 22.3.1807 Moses & Lucretia

Elias SMITH 17.1836 Ephraim & Rhoda, gypsyBe

Marriage:-

jamin BRYAN minor  bach  hawker  s Thomas, hawker =

Selina JAMES x  minor  sp  d Samuel, hawker, deceased    9.1.1865

[Wit: Cornelius GENTLE/Rebecca RUSSELL]

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Cornelius GENTLE  bach  hawker  s John, hawker, deceased =

Freedom JAMES x  sp  d Samuel, hawker, deceased     10.1.1853

[wit : John RUSSELL/Hannah GENTLE x]

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Cornelius GENTLE  widower  independent gentleman  s John, hawker =

Elizabeth Annie SIMMONDS  widow  d Alfred COMPTON, weaver   8.4.1896

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John KNOTT buried 20.1.1656/7   a poore travailer, brought here from Horneton to Alkerton in a cart  dyed here as he was passinge to Tewxbury

Ann LACEY buried 22.8.181, aged 58   travelling pauper dropt at Alkerton

Thomas SMITH buried 13.3.1668    a vagrant dyed at old Guy's aged 102

Charles SMITH buried 25.10.1804   son of Jasper & Ann

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APPLEFORD, Berks ***

William BLACKWELL 21.6.1719 John & Martha, vagrants from Durham

Elizabeth GREEN 1.8/16.12.1892 John & Emily, no certain dwelling place, traveller

Robert CLARRING buried 1629 [before 14.7] a wanderers child

11.5.1696 a vagrant child buried.

 

BISHOP'S TRANSCRIPTS

BARBER Mary 05 Feb 1743 - - - - - a vagrant

BLACKELL William 21 Jun 1719 John Martha - - - vagrants from St. Giles, Durham

DESIMY Ann 26 Sep 1736 - - - - - a vagrant

FIELD Martha 11 Aug 1617 - - - - - d/o a wanderer

FLEETWOOD John 07 Apr 1601 - - - - - son of a wanderer

-- Margaret 31 Dec 1752 - - - - - d/o a vagrant

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*** APPLETON, Berks ***

Plato BUCKLAND 15.3/17.3.1839 George & Sally, travelling brazier

Henry GREEN 24.2/4.3.1838 George & Leonora, travelling man

John JAMES 21.7.1814/William & Mary, travellers. a brazier of the Gypsy   Tribe - adm. into the Church on the Sunday  following

Edward -- 17.11.1615 son of a travailer

Edwarde -- 17.10.1630 son of a wandering woman

Joseph ORCHARD of Longcot, Berks a travelling man =

Ann BLAND of Chitterly, Bucks  a travelling woman       9.4.1809

Sarah BOSWELL buried 19.2.1819, aged 25  wife of Moses Boswell a travelling Brazier

William LOCK buried 10.11.1714  a stranger

John OWIN buried 6.8.1737 a traveller

Thomas WILLIAMS buried 4.4.1773  a travelling man, from Tubney

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*** ARDINGTON, Berks ***

Mary Ann SMITH 12.1.1876 Job Mary Ann, gypsey

Elizabeth 16.1.1882     [Marianne], gypsey

Georgina SMITH 24.5.1879 John & Emily, gypsey

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*** ASHBURY St. Mary, Berks ***

William Henry BAXTER 11.1.1882 Morris & Rachel, Hawker, Ashbury

Jesse 11.1.1883             ditto

Tryphena BOSWELL 8.3.1867 Thomas & Councilletty, strolling player,   no fixed residence

John CANNINGS 15.1.1815 William & Martha, Higgler, Idstone

Tryphena GREEN 12.5.1860 Henry & Emily, Travelling Brasier (Gipsy),Born on the Ridgeway in the Parish of Ashbury

Anne JOHNSON 28.9.1717 William & Eliza, a stranger

Edward KNIGHT 10.2.1739/40 Edward & Elizabeth, strangers

Hephzibah LEE 17.2.1877 Job & Ellen, labourer (Wife a Gipsy), Wallingford

David MATHEWS 8.9.1717 Robert & Anne, a stranger

Henry PROBETS 9.4.1784 John & Elizabeth, poor travellers

Abel ORCHARD 26.4/1.5.1796 John & Mary [n‚e] PERRY, Travllers

Thalias ORCHARD 21.1.1821 Abraham & Sarah, Basket Maker, Ashbury

Noah 16.3.1823                 ditto

Bathia 27.1.1833                 ditto

Anna Maria SMITH 29.12.1882 James & Emily, Travelling Gipsy, Bristol

Albert 29.11/17.12.1894 Henry & Louisa, Gipsy Vagrant, Ashbury (in a Van)

Wallace Henry SOULSBY 13.3/15.4.1922 Henry & Mercie Hannah, Music Hall Artist, Ashbury

Clarence Levi Joseph        SPACKMAN 20.9.1885 Joseph & Ann, Hawker, Ashbury

Daniel TAYLOR 17.10.1813 John & Martha, Higgler, Idstone

Elizabeth WHEELER 22.9.1717 Richard & Judith, a stranger

Hester -- 21.8.1743 baseborn daughter of a travelling woman

James AVERY buried 13.4.1793, aged 16  Traveller

Louisa BATH buried 8.7.1886, aged 27  Travelling Gipsey

Henry BRAIN buried 30.1.1708/9 Cricklad, a stranger

Anne JOHNSON buried 1.10.1717 a stranger

Josias LIDYARD buried 22.12.1729 a travelling man

Francis NEWELL buried 15.5.1728 a travelling man

William POWELL buried 30.8.1713 a stranger

 

*** ASTON ROWANT, Oxon ***

Lemony AYRES 12.4.1830 Francis & Mary, traveller

Avis BUCKLAND 12.3.1786 Henry & Elizabeth, Gypsie, poor

Diana BUCKLAND 27.11.1785 Edward & Diana, Gypsies, poor

Edward 6.2.1791 Edward, a gipsey poor

Alice HARDING 8.7.1821 John & Ann, higler, Kingston

Martha Harding           16.3.1823             John & Ann, higler, Kingston

Richard PIDDINGTON 16.8.1829 Thomas & Elizabeth, higler, Oakley, Chinnor

Henry SMITH 6.2.1814 James & Sally, pedlars, travellers

Ann WEBB 4.5.1817 William & Elizabeth, higgler, Kingston

John -- 16.4.1748 son of a traveller

 

*** ASTON TIRROLD, Berks ***

Ambrose BUCKLAND 2.1.1848 John & Naomi, travelling tinker

 

*** ASTWELL, Oxon ***

John BELL a Scotch Pedlar = Jane ALLEN otp      14.4.1707

Elnor MORGIN buried 29.8.1680  a poore traveller

Mary PIERCE buried 5.4.1709  dau Mary, Anwell, Herts, beggar     Aff Apr 5

 

Travellers in Surrey Poor Laws Records

Beddington And Wallington

Sett. exam of Sarah NORTH (X) (40) sp 29 Mar 1781

A rogue & vagabond She was born at Hounslow, Mx as her father & mother were travellers, going round the country as pedlars as informed by her mother. Her father's name was John She never heard of her parents having a settlement & has

never gained her own. 25 y.ago she became acquainted with Francis DAVIS a traveller then at work at Mr SPEERS a farmer at Clapham (but now a soldier in the Surrey Militia) with whom she has cohabited ever since & has issue 11 ch. by him,

two or whom are now with her namely Fortune & Sarah, both bastards

Esher

Robert PAGGETT (X) otp, broom maker. 15 Feb 1772-He lived 23 or 24 y. in tp. Never knew his father. His mother was a traveller and doesn't know where she was settled. He has a wife Mary.

Guildford

Thomas GLEAVES (S). 23rd July 1811.

P.S. in H.M. 3rd Reg Dragoons.Was born in Wolverstone Lancs. His father being a pedlar he does not know where he was settled. Wife Wilmoth ?.daughter Elizabeth 1.1/2 yrs.

Mitcham

Th. HIGGS, labourer 20 June 1812

He does not know where he was born, or where his father's settlement was, for he  was a tramper, and died when he was 7. He has not seen his mother for 30 yrs and  does not know whether she is alive. He occupied a tenement in Mitcham at rent of

£ 6 11s. a year, and has lived there 15 yrs, but until 3 yrs ago the rent was only £5 15s. About 8 yrs ago he rented a room, unfurnished save for an old bedstead, in Merstham, at 2s. a week, and occupied it for 2 months, but his family remained in

Mitcham. He took it because he vas learning to thatch. He was married about 18 yrs ago at Beddington, and has 9 children at home, Jo. 15 yrs, Wi. 14 yrs, Jos. 10 yrs, Eliz. 8 yrs, Maria 6 yrs, Geo. 5 yrs, Ro. 4 yrs, He. 3 yrs, Mary 18 months. He has

received relief.

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