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red mail FITCH Family: Willingales Doe and Spain
I am seeking any info on the baptism/birth place of Samuel FITCH (born about 1750-55) in Essex. He was living in Willingale Spain when he married Mary SKINGLEY (sometimes SKINGLE) in Writtle in 1775. Mary (born Roxwell 1757) was a resident of Writtle at the time of marriage. Samuel and Mary lived in Willingale Spain. Their children were all baptised there: Mary - 1775, George - 1777, Samuel 1780-1789, William 1782 (died in early childhood but burial place not known), Jane - 1783, William (2) - 1786, Elizabeth 1788-1789. Samuel and his children Samuel and Elizabeth died in 1789 in Willingale Spain and were buried as paupers. Wife Mary remarried (to Daniel SKINGLEY - possibly related) in 1791. Samuel's social situation (agricultural labourer) and circumstances of burial suggest that he is not related to the wealthy FITCH family of nearby Blackmore (a couple of Samuels baptised there were candidates). I have also ruled out Samuel born Foulness in the 1750s. Samuel FITCH born Marks Tey, and another born Sible Headingham, in the 1750s are possibilities. I would be grateful if anyone has any info which could shed some light on 'my' Samuel.
red mail FITCH
I am looking for relatives of an Walter Fitch born c1843 Willingale who married an Esther Little in Romford 1867. In 1861 Walter was living in High Trees,Willingale with his parents and siblings. Walter's siblings were: Esther(1866), Charles(1845), Edward(1841), Clara(1860), Jane(1848), Louisa(1857), Mary (c1855) Regards Sue
Hawkins
children of John and Millicent Hawkins born Willingale Essex ??? 1799, William 1801, James 1803, Elizabeth & Ann 1805, James 1809, Rebecca 1812, Matthew (my GGF) Sarah 1818 I can't find the marriage of John and Millicent. According to IGI there wre two older children born Little Burstead Susanna 1795 and John 1797. Matthew was a soldier 14th Light Dragoons
red mail Doe
I have just uncovered some Doe relatives from Willingale, on some census returns they name it as Willingale Doe,I was wondering who was named after who? I would be interested in any feedback. Also where does the Spain come from?
red mail Caton/Francis
Have rellies from Willingale by the Surname of Caton and Francis. Anyone else?? would like to get in touch Wendy
red mail PERRY family
I have PERRY ancestors from Willingale, but as this seems to be a common name on the census, cannot find which ones they are! My rellie was ELIZABETH PERRY born c.1823 Willingale Doe, daughter, LOUISA born 1843, but I cannot find a father for Louisa.
red mail Chipperfield
After leaving Good Easter and Roxwell,John and Emma (Prentice) CHIPPERFIELD moved to Willingale Spain in 1884, and their daughter Mary Ann May ( b. 1891) , and sons Edward George (b. 1884) and Ernest Henry (1886-1894) were born there. Emma died there in 1897, and by 1901 John was living in Stratford with is oldest daughter Elizabeth Rust,and another couple of his many children, but no sign of Edward George who would have been about 17 on census night.Is anybody tracing this family?
red mail LACK - LACKE
Mary Lack(e) was presumably born about 1700 and probably in Willingale Doe or close by as she was married there on 4th Apr 1720 to Isaac Estaugh of High Roding. I have little information on the Lack family. Can anyone assist please?
red mail Francis Tanner
Looking for any information on any Francis Tanner - this is a common family name and Willingale Doe (circa 1800ish) is as far back as I can get at the moment with this side of my family.


 
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