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A HISTORY OF THE HOLBROOK FAMILY FROM THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET

GENERATION 1

WILLIAM HOLBROOK

? - He married Martha (?).
10 September 1708 - Their son James was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
27 March 1715 - Their daughter Martha was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
19 October 1718 - Their daughter Grace was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
Between 23 Oct 1720 & January 1720/21 - His son William was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
23 May 1723 - A William Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke burials web-site).
6 July 1723 - A William Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke burials web-site).

Known child/children - James, Martha, Grace and William.

MARTHA HOLBROOK (N�E (?))

? - She married William Holbrook.
13 May 1722 - A Martha Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
13 March 1722/23 - A Martha Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).

GENERATION 2

WILLIAM HOLBROOK

15 May 1742 - He married Martha Webb by licence in St John�s parish church, Bedminster (info from Jackie Grant 30/9/07).
21 June 1750 - Their son Joseph was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins web-site).

Known child/children - Joseph.

MARTHA HOLBROOK (NÉE (?))

15 May 1742 - She married William Holbrook by licence in St John�s parish church, Bedminster (info from Jackie Grant 30/9/07).

TOBIAS PETERS

? - He married Betty (?) (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
? - His daughter Sarah was born (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
21 November 1756 - His daughter Martha was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
28 March 1774 - He was a yeoman from Chew Stoke when he made his last will and testament. He left bequests to his daughters Sarah Gray and Martha, and his wife Betty (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10): -

To daughter Sarah Gray £50 to be paid when she attains age of 26 years.
To daughter Martha £100 to be paid when attains the age of 21 years.
To Benjamin Griffin of Chew Stoke, Gent. & William Wallis, Schoolmaster all lands (mortgaged to £500) in trust, interest for wife, Betty. At her death, the principal to be realized & £300 paid to daughter Sarah Gray & after her to her children, born in wedlock: if she dies with no issue, the same to daughter, Martha & her issue.
To nephew James Peters of Chew Magna 3 guineas to be paid 6 months after decease.
To nephew John Peters of Chew Magna, cordwainer, 1 guinea to be paid 6 months after decease.
All house, garden & land to wife Betty & following her decease to daughter, Martha.

13 April 1778 - He was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
22 September 1778 - Probate was granted to his will (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

Known child/children - Sarah and Martha.

BETTY PETERS (NÉE (?))

? - She married Tobias Peters (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
28 March 1774 - When her husband Tobias made his last will and testament, she was to receive all his house, garden and land (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
12 April 1802 - She was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Andy Phillips’ transcription of parish register).

GENERATION 3

SARAH GREY (NÉE PETERS) (daughter of Tobias and Betty Peters)

Post 28 March 1748 - She was born (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
1 April 1771 - She was from Chew Stoke when she married John Grey from West Harptree married Sarah Peters from Chew Stoke in Chew Stoke parish church (Cat Webb and Andy Phillips’ transcription of parish register).
28 March 1774 - When her father Tobias made his last will and testament, she was to receive £50 when she attained the age of 26 (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).
6 February 1794 - She was the wife of John Gray when she was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Andy Phillips’ transcription of parish register).

JOHN GREY

1 April 1771 - He was from West Harptree when he married Sarah Peters in Chew Stoke parish church (Cat Webb and Andy Phillips’ transcription of parish register).
22 April 1772 - Their daughter Elizabeth Ann was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (FreeReg web-site).
23 May 1774 - Their daughter Sarah was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (FreeReg web-site).
17 December 1775 - His son William was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Andy Phillips’ transcription of parish register).

Known child/children - Elizabeth Ann, Sarah and William.

JOSEPH HOLBROOK(son of William and Martha Holbrook)

21 June 1750 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins web-site).
23 January 1779 - He was from Winford when he married Martha Peters by licence in Chew Stoke parish church. He signed the register (see parish register).
26 June 1780 - Their son Isaac was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
12 June 1781 - Their son William was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
5 October 1783 - Their daughter Mary was baptised in Winford parish church (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
17 January 1786 - Their son John was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (info from B&NE Somerset Archives 13/01/10).
24 March 1788 - Their son Abraham was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 19/12/03).
4 April 1790 - Their daughter Elizabeth was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).
25 February 1792 - Their daughter (name not recorded) was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
13 June 1792 - Their son Jacob was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
10 August 1794 - Their son Moses was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
7 September 1797 - Their son Moses was privately baptised (Winford parish register info from Stan Mapstone 2/4/06).
24 May 1798 - Their son Moses was received into the church (Winford parish register info from Stan Mapstone 2/4/06).
10 June 1801 - His wife Martha was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
24 January 1807 - He was a widower when he married Ann Chard in Winford parish church. The witnesses were Obed York and Richd Ball. Joseph signed his name. Their daughter Elizabeth was baptised on the same day (see parish register BTs).
4 April 1807 - He was a witness to the wedding of Obed York and Rachael Trip in Winford parish church(see parish register BTs).
13 September 1808 - Their son Aaron was baptised in Winford parish church (see parish register BTs).
18 November 1810 - Their son Luke was baptised in Winford parish church (see parish register BTs).
? - Their daughter Charlotte Millicent was born.
11 November 1818 - He was a yeoman from Strode in the parish of Winford when he signed his last will and testament (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
8 September 1819 - He died (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
6 March 1820 - His will was proved (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).

Known child/children - (a) with Martha: -

Isaac, William Cox, John, Mary, Abraham, Elizabeth, Jacob and Moses.

(b) with Ann: -

Elizabeth, Charlotte, Millicent, Aaron and Luke.

Winford Parish Church

 

MARTHA HOLBROOK (NÉE PETERS) (daughter of Tobias Peters)

21 November 1756 - She was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
28 March 1774 - When her father Tobias made his last will and testament, she was to receive £100 when she attained the age of 21 (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10). 23 January 1779 - She was from Chew Stoke when she married Joseph Holbrook by licence in Chew Stoke parish church. She signed the register (see parish register).
10 June 1801 - She was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

ANN HOLBROOK (NÉE CHARD)

24 January 1807 - She was a spinster when she married Joseph Holbrook. She made her mark in the register (see parish register BTs).
11 August 1833 - An Ann Holbrook aged 54 from Winford was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Hundred web-site).

GENERATION 4

ISAAC HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

26 June 1780 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
4 August 1808 - He was from Strode when he was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
1 October 1808 - Probate of the will of Isaac Holbrook of Strode in the parish of Winford was granted to his executor John Gray the Younger, a yeoman from Blagdon, in the Consistorial Episcopal Court of Wells. His estate was valued at �450. He left �150 out of his real estate to his sister Mary Holbrook, and the balance to his brothers John, Abraham, Jacob and Moses provided they reached the age of 21 (see probate register).

WILLIAM HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

12 June 1781 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
C 1807 - He married Martha Marshall in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).
6 June 1841 - He was a farmer aged 54 living in Chew Stoke with (his brother) Abraham, (his sister) Mary, and (his nephews) Isaac and Charles (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - He was a freeholder of 5 acres of his own land and a labourer aged 69 living in Chew Stoke with his brother Abraham and family (see 1851 census).
25 April 1851 - He was a labourer aged 69 when he drowned in the River Chew at Chew Stoke (death certificate).
2 May 1852 - He was from Chewstoke when he was buried aged 69 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
28 July 1851 - Robert Uphill, Coroner, Old Down, notified the registrar of the death (deasth certificate).

Known child/children - not known.

MARTHA HOLBROOK (NÉE MARSHALL)

C 1807 - She married William Holbrook in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
25 January 1851 - She was from Chewstoke when she was buried aged 62 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

MARY HOLBROOK (daughter of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

5 October 1783 - She was baptised in Winford parish church (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1 October 1808 - She was left the sum of �150 out of the real estate of her late brother Isaac (see probate register).
11 April 1828 - A Mary Holbrook was a witness to the wedding of William Tudball and Charlotte Holbrook in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - Aged 58, she was living in Chew Stoke with (her brothers) Abraham and William and (her nephews) Isaac and Charles (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - She was a retired unmarried dressmaker aged 67 living alone in Chew Stoke (see 1851 census).
1852 - She made her will (info from Dennis Corlett 19/12/03).
1855 - Her will was proved (info from Dennis Corlett 19/12/03).

JOHN HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

17 January 1786 - He was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (info from B&NE Somerset Archives 13/01/10).
1 October 1808 - He was left along with his brothers Abraham, Jacob and Moses a share of �300 in the will of his late brother Isaac (see probate register).
19 January 1812 - He married Elizabeth Kell (info from Pam 25/5/07).
9 August 1812 - Their son Felix was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (info from Pam Clark 27/1/08).
25 October 1814 Their daughter Ann was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (Chew Stoke baptisms web-site).
12 March 1829 - He was a widower of this parish when he married Anna Maria Haskins in St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol (info from Jean Baker 27/1/08).
31 January 1830 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Matilda was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
4 June 1832 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Joseph was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
4 January 1834 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son John was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
7 February 1836 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Martha was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
25 December 1838 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Isaac was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
27 February 1841 - A Joseph Holbrook (their son?) aged 9 was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
3 March 1841 - An Isaac Holbrook (their son?) aged 2 was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
3 July 1842 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Charlotte was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
23 February 1845 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Isaac was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
30 March 1851 - He was a farmer of 50 acres aged 50, living in Chew Stoke with his wife Maria and children Matilda aged 21, John aged 17, Martha aged 15, Charlotte aged 8 and Isaac aged 6 (see 1851 census).
21 November 1854 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when he signed his last will. He wished to leave the whole of his estate to his wife Anna Maria including his crops and animals (see his will).
7 April 1861 - He was a farmer of 40 acres aged 76 employing 1 boy, and living in Chew Stoke with his wife Maria and children Matilda aged 31, Charlotte aged 18, and Isaac aged 16, as well as James Chard, a general servant aged 17 (see 1861 census).
20 February 1864 - He was a farmer aged 82 when he died in Chew Stoke of chronic bronchitis (2 weeks) (death certificate).
26 February 1864 - William Rayner of Chew Stoke, who had been present at his death, notified the registrar (death certificate).
27 February 1864 - He was from Chewstoke when he was buried aged 78 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
19 August 1864 - His will was proved at Wells. Probate of his estate which was valued at under �200 was granted to his widow Anna Maria (see his will and probate).

Known child/children - (with Elizabeth) - Felix and Ann - (with Ann) - Matilda, Joseph, John, Martha, Charlotte and Isaac.

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ELIZABETH HOLBROOK (N�E KELL)

C 1794 - She was born (info from Pam 25/5/07).
19 January 1812 - She married John Holbrook (info from Pam 25/5/07).
C 1828 - She died (info from Pam 25/5/07).

ANNA MARIA HOLBROOK (NÉE HASKINS) (daughter of William and Maria Haskins)

11 February 1810 - She was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (info from Andy Phillips 20/12/09).
12 March 1829 - She was a spinster of this parish when she married John Holbrook in St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol (info from Jean Baker 27/1/08).
30 March 1851 - Aged 41, she was living in Chew Stoke with her husband John and their children (see 1851 census).
7 April 1861 - Aged 51, she was living in Chew Stoke with her husband John and children Matilda, Charlotte, and Isaac, as well as James Chard, a general servant aged 17 (see 1861 census).
19 August 1864 - She was granted probate of her late husband�s will when she appeared in the Court of Probate at Wells. She inherited the whole of her late husband�s estate including the crops and animals (see will and probate).
24 December 1870 - She was the widow of John Holbrook, a farmer, when she died in Chew Stoke aged 62 of exposure accelerated by habits of intemperance (death certificate).
27 December 1870 - Samuel Cradock, the Coroner for Somerset, held an inquest into her death (death certificate).
28 December 1870 - The Coroner notified the the registrar of the death (death certificate).
31 December 1870 - She was from Chew Stoke when she was buried aged 62 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

ABRAHAM HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

24 March 1788 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 19/12/03).
1 October 1808 - He was left along with his brothers John, Jacob and Moses a share of �300 in the will of his late brother Isaac (see probate register).
C 1814 - He married Ruth Roynan in Bedminster (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).
C 1818 - He married Anne Mercer in Bedminster (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).
14 September 1819 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Isaac was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
29 April 1821 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Charles was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
25 December 1822 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Mary Ann was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - He was a farmer aged 50 (rounded) living in Chew Stoke with (his brother) William, (his sister) Mary aged 58, and (his children) Isaac aged 20 (rounded), Charles aged 18, and Mary aged 18 (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - He was a widower aged 63 and a house proprietor living in Chew Stoke with his children Mary Ann, Isaac and Charles, and his brother William (see 1851 census).
7 April 1861 - He was a former farmer and a widower aged 74 living in Chew Stoke with his daughter Mary A Mudon, her husband James, and their children John and Sarah A Mudon (see 1861 census).
17 January 1869 - He was a labourer aged 74 when he died at East Horrington due to a visitation of God (death certificate).
21 January 1869 - Samuel Craddock, the Coroner for Somersetshire, held an inquest into his death (death certificate).
25 January 1869 - His death was registered in Wells on receipt of the notification from the Coroner (death certificate).
28 January 1869 - He was from the Wells County Asylum when he was buried aged 81 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

Known child/children - (all with Anne) Isaac, Mary Ann and Charles.

RUTH HOLBROOK (NÉE ROYNAN)

C 1793/94 - She was born (based on age at burial).
C 1814 - She married Abraham Holbrook at Bedminster (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).
24 February 1815 - She was from Chew Stoke when she was buried aged 21 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

ANNE HOLBROOK (NÉE MERCER)

C 1818 - She married Abraham Holbrook at Bedminster (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).

ELIZABETH HOLBROOK (daughter of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

4 April 1790 - She was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).
1 August 1812 - Her base born daughter Charlotte was baptised in Winford parish church (parish register BTs).
21 August 1815 - Her daughter Charlotte aged 2 1/2 was buried at Winford (parish register BTs).

(NAME NOT RECORDED) HOLBROOK (daughter of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

25 February 1792 - She was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

JACOB HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

29 July 1792 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (info from Dennis Corlett 20/9/00).
1 October 1808 - He was left along with his brothers John, Abraham and Moses a share of �300 in the will of his late brother Isaac (see probate register).
2 December 1814 - He married Charlotte Mapstone in Temple Parish Church, Bristol (info from Stan Mapstone 2/5/07).
23 March 1819 - Their son Joseph was born in Harptree (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
11 April 1819 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their son Jacob was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
15 May 1821 - Their daughter Martha was born in Harptree (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
8 June 1821 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Martha was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
21 May 1824 - Their son Edwin (Edward) was born in Harptree (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
28 April 1827 - Their son John was born (IGI).
16 May 1827 - Their son John was baptised in East Harptree Wesleyan church (IGI).
25 October 1829 - Their daughter Malisent (Millicent) was born (IGI).
29 November 1829 - Their daughter Malisent (Millicent) was baptised in East Harptree Wesleyan church (IGI).
1832 - He had been living in Bedminster when he emigrated with his wife and children via the port of Bristol to Little York, Canada before moving on to Etobicoke, Haldimand County, Upper Canada where he was a farmer (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
14 May 1838 - Their son William was born in York County, Ontario (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1846/47 - He was in possession of lot 8 concession 1 of Toronto Township (info transcribed from Brown's Toronto City and Home District Directory 1846-47 by Margaret Gordon 8/4/05).
C 1847 - He moved to Ballsville, Ontario (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1848 - He returned to Etobicoke to conclude the sale of his original property, during which he contracted a fatal illness (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
12 September 1848 - He died in Ballsville (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1848 - He was buried in Clansbrassil or Gore cemetery (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).

Known child/children � Joseph, Martha, Edwin (Edward), John, Millicent and William.

CHARLOTTE HOLBROOK (NÉE MAPSTONE) (daughter of William and Christian Mapstone)

15 March 1796 - She was born (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1 May 1796 - She was baptised in Nempnett Thrubwell parish church (info from Stan Mapstone 2/11/00).
2 December 1814 - She was from Nempnett Thrubwell when she married Jacob Holbrook in Temple Parish Church, Bristol (info from Stan Mapstone 2/5/07).
1832 - She emigrated to Canada with her husband and children (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
23 November 1868 - She died in Ballsville, Ontario, Canada (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).
1868 - She was buried in Clansbrassil or Gore cemetery (info from David Reynolds 7/10/03).

MOSES HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

10 August 1794 - He was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
10 July 1797 - A Moses Horlor was buried at Winford parish church (info from Stan Mapstone 2/4/05).

MOSES HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Martha Holbrook)

7 September 1797 - He was privately baptised (Winford parish register info from Stan Mapstone 2/4/06).
24 May 1798 - He was received into the church (Winford parish register info from Stan Mapstone 2/4/06).
1 October 1808 - He was left along with his brothers John, Abraham and Jacob a share of �300 in the will of his late brother Isaac (see probate register).
12 July 1821 - He married Martha Mercer in St Nicholas parish church, Bristol (LDS familysearch web-site).
30 June 1822 - He was a farmer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Mary was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
27 November 1825 - Mary Holbrook (their daughter?), aged 3 years and six months, from Chewstoke, was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

Known child/children - Mary.

MARTHA HOLBROOK (NÉE MERCER)

12 July 1821 - She married Moses Holbrook in St Nicholas parish church, Bristol (LDS familysearch web-site).
29 January 1824 - She was from Chewstoke when she was buried aged 22 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

CHARLOTTE TUDBALL (NÉE HOLBROOK) (daughter of Joseph and Ann Holbrook)

? - She was born at Chew Stoke (info from Dennis Corlett 3/8/00).
14 April 1828 - She was from Chew Stoke when she married William Tudball in Chew Stoke parish church. She signed the register. A Mary Holbrook was a witness (see parish register).
6 May 1838 - She was from Chewstoke when she was buried aged 33 at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

ELIZABETH TUDBALL (N�E HOLBROOK) (daughter of Joseph and Ann Holbrook)

24 January 1807 - She was baptised in Winford parish church (see parish register BTs).
12 July 1836 - She signed the register when she witnessed the marriage of Luke Holbrook and Maria Edwards in Chew Stoke parish church (parish register).
25 July 1840 - She was a spinster of full age living in Wrington when she married William Tudball in Wrington parish church (marriage certificate).
6 June 1841 - Aged 30 (rounded), she was living in Chew Stoke with (her husband) William and Philip Drake (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - Aged 44, she was living in Chew Stoke with her husband William and his nephew John (see 1851 census).
7 September 1855 - She died aged 49 in Chew Stoke of typhoid fever (12 days) (death certificate).
13 September 1855 - Her husband William, who had been present at her death, advised the registrar (death certificate).
14 September 1855 - She was from Chew Stoke when she was buried aged 49 at Chew Stoke parish church (PR transcription by Andy Phillips).

WILLIAM TIDBOALD (a.k.a. TUDBALL (son of William and Elizabeth Tidboald)

8 December 1799 - He was baptised in Withypool parish church (West Somerset parish register�s web-site).
14 April 1828 - 14 April 1828 - He was from Chew Stoke when he married Charlotte Holbrook in Chew Stoke parish church. He signed the register (see parish register).
2 July 1836 - He signed the register when he witnessed the marriage of Luke Holbrook and Maria Edwards in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
25 July 1840 - He was a tailor and draper of full age living in Chew Stoke when he married Elizabeth Holbrook in Wrington parish church (marriage certificate).
6 June 1841 - He was a tailor aged 40 (rounded) living in Chew Stoke with (his wife) Elizabeth and Philip Drake (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - He was a tailor and freehold farmer of 4 acres aged 51 living in Chew Stoke with his wife Elizabeth and nephew John Tudball, an errand boy aged 14 (see 1851 census).
7 September 1855 - He was present at the death of his wife Elizabeth in Chew Stoke (ET's death certificate).
13 September 1855 - He was a tailor and draper living in Chew Stoke when he advised the registrar of the death of his wife Elizabeth (ET's death certificate).
7 April 1861 - He was a retired tailor and a widower aged 61 living in Chew Stoke with Charlotte Sage, a servant, aged 13 (see 1861 census).
2 April 1871 - He was a farmer of 6 acres and a widower aged 71 living in Chew Stoke with Emily Sage, a servant aged 17 (see 1871 census).
3 April 1881 - He was a retired tailer and a widower aged 81 living in Bristol Road, Chew Stoke. He had been born in Withypool (see 1881 census).
9 March 1886 - He was a retired tailor when he died aged 86 in Chew Stoke of bronchitis (2 days) (death certificate).
13 March 1886 - His nephew John Tudball of Chew Magna, who had been present at his death, advised the registrar (death certificate).

AARON HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Ann Holbrook)

C 1802/03 - He was born in Chew Stoke (see 1851 census).
13 September 1808 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (see parish register BTs).
12 September 1836 - He married Ann Radford in St George's parish church, Bristol (BVRI).
C 1834/35 - Their daughter Mary Ann was born in Redhill (see 1851 census).
9 July 1837 - Their son Joseph was baptised in St Philip and Jacob parish church, Bristol (LDS familysearch web-site).
C 1838/39 - Their son John was born (see 1841 census).
6 June 1841 - He was a shoemaker aged 30 (rounded) living in March Lane, St Philip and Jacob, Bristol, with (his wife) Ann and (their children) Ann aged 5, Joseph aged 4 and John aged 2 (see 1841 census).
C 1842/43 - Their son William was born in Redhill (see 1851 census).
C 1844/45 - Their son Samuel was born in Redhill (see 1851 census).
C 1848/49 - Their son George was born in Redhill (see 1851 census).
30 March 1851 - He was a shoemaker aged 48 living at 3 Long Row, Thomas St, St Thomas, Bristol with his wife Ann and their children Mary Ann aged 16, Joseph, a potter's boy aged 14, William, a scholar aged 8, Samuel, a scholar, aged 6, and George aged 2 (see 1851 census).
17 January 1855 - He was a masons labourer living at Hillier's Court, St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol when he was present at the death of his wife (AH's death certificate).
18 January 1855 - He made his mark when he notified the registrar of the death of his wife (AH's death certificate).
7 April 1861 - He was a carter and a widower aged 48 living at 3 Weaver Arms Court, Temple, Bristol, with his children Joseph, a pottery labourer aged 21, William, a pottery labourer aged 19, Samuel, a pottery labourer aged 17, and George, a scholar aged 11 (see 1861 census).
3 April 1866 - He was a carter when he died, aged 63, of pleuritis 7 days and congestic pulmons 16 hours, at 1 Pillingers Place, Hotwell Rd, Clifton, Bristol (death certificate).
4 April 1866 - Sarah Bond, who had been present at his death, and lived at the same address, advised the registrar of his death (death certificate).

Known child/children - Mary Ann, Joseph, William, Samuel and George.

ANN HOLBROOK (NÉE RADFORD)

C 1807/08 - She was born in Redhill, Somerset (see 1851 census).
12 September 1836 - She married Aaron Holbrook in St George's parish church, Bristol (BVRI).
6 June 1841 - Aged 25 (rounded), she was living in March Lane, St Philip and Jacob, Bristol, with (her husband) Aaron and (their children) Ann, Joseph and John (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - Aged 43, she was living at 3 Lomg Row, Thomas St, St Thomas, Bristol, with her husband Aaron and children (see 1851 census).
17 January 1855 - She died aged 42, at Hillier's Court, StMary Redcliffe, Bristol, of phthisis haemoptysis (death certificate)
20 January 1855 - She was buried aged 42 at Holy Trinity parish church, Stapleton (LDS familysearch web-site).

LUKE HOLBROOK (son of Joseph and Ann Holbrook)

18 November 1810 - He was baptised in Winford parish church (see parish register BTs).
12 July 1836 - He signed the register when he married Maria Edwards in Chew Stoke parish church. The witnesses were William Tudball and Elizabeth Holbrook (see parish register).
27 March 1837 - His daughter Sarah Ann was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
28 May 1837 - Their daughter Sarah Ann was baptised in Langton St Wesleyan Chapel, Bedminster (IGI).
27 October 1839 - His wife's name was shown as Caroline Maria when their son Stephen was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
6 June 1841 - He was a blacksmith aged 25 (rounded) living in Ashton Fell Gate, Bedminster, with (his wife) Caroline and (their daughter) Sarah aged 4 and Sarah Holbrook aged 35 (see 1841 census).
22 August 1841 - His wife's name was shown as Caroline Maria when their son Alfred John was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
1 May 1846 - Their daughter Julia was born (BVRI 2).
31 May 1846 - Their daughter Julia was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
13 February 1848 - Their daughter Adah Maria was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
21 July 1850 - Their sons Joseph Edward and Stephen Edward were born (BVRI 2).
1 September 1850 - Their sons Joseph Edwards and Stephen Edwards were baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
30 March 1851 - He was a blacksmith aged 40 living at 39 Bayntons Buildings, Bedminster with his wife Maria and children Sarah Ann aged 13 and Joseph aged 8 months (see 1851 census).
6 March 1854 - Their son Joseph John James was baptised in Bedminster (BVRI 2).
7 April 1861 - He was a blacksmith, farrier and grocer aged 50 living in Baynton's Buildings, Bedminster, with his wife Maria and their children Sarah Ann Gummer aged 23 and Joseph John James aged 7 (see 1861 census).
2 April 1871 - He was a blacksmith aged 60 living in Mount Pleasant Terrace, Bedminster, with his wife Maria and their son J J J, an apprentice smith aged 17 (see 1871 census).
3 April 1881 - He was a retired blacksmith aged 71 living at 6 Clifton View, Bedminster, with his wife Maria, son Joseph, a traveller, tea aged 27, and Annie Colston, a general servant aged 14(see 1881 census).
24 November 1886 - He was a retired blacksmith when his son Joseph notified the registrar of the death of his wife Maria (MH's death certificate).
15 January 1891 - He was a journeyman blacksmith when he died, aged 80, at 5 Clifton View, Bedminster, of a cerebral haemorrhage and a coma (death certificate).
16 January 1891 - His son Joseph, also of 5 Clifton View, notified the registrar of his death (LH's death certificate).

Known child/children - Sarah Ann, Joseph Edwards, Stephen Edwards and Joseph John James.

CAROLINE MARIA HOLBROOK (NÉE EDWARDS)

C 1812/13 - She was born in Bedminster, Bristol (see 1851 census).
12 July 1836 - She signed the register when she married Luke Holbrook in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - Aged 25 (rounded), she was living in Ashton Fell Gate, Bedminster, with (her husband) Luke and (their daughter) Sarah and Sarah Holbrook (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - Aged 38, she was living with her husband Luke and children at 39 Bayntons buildings, Bedminster (see 1851 census).
7 April 1861 - Aged 48, she was living in Baynton's Buildings, Bedminster, with her husband Luke and their children Sarah Ann Gummer and Joseph John James (see 1861 census).
2 April 1871 - She was living in Mount Pleasant Terrace, Bedminster, with her husband Luke and their son J J J (see 1871 census).
3 April 1881 - Aged 68, she was living with her husband at 6 Clifton View, Bedminster (see above) (see 1881 census).
21 November 1886 - She was the wife of Luke Holbrook when she died of heart disease aged 74 at 5 Clifton View, Bedminster (death certificate).
24 November 1886 - Her son Joseph of 5 Clifton View, Bedminster, who had been in attendance at her death, notified the registrar (death certificate).

GENERATION 5

ISAAC HOLBROOK (son of Abraham and Ann Holbrook)

14 September 1819 - He was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - Aged 20 (rounded), he was living in Chew Stoke with (his father) Abraham, (his uncle) William and (his aunt) Mary and (his siblings) Charles and Mary (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - He was a labourer aged 30 living in Chew Stoke with his father Abraham, his siblings Mary Ann and Charles, and his uncle William Holbrook (see 1851 census).
27 July 1856 - He was a labourer and a bachelor of full age living at St James' Terrace, St Paul, Bristol when he married Harriet Edgell in the parish church of St Paul (marriage certificate).
5 July 1857 - He was a labourer from Chew Stoke when their son Henry was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (parish register).
2 October 1859 - He was a labourer from Chew Stoke when their daughter Eliza was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (parish register).
7 April 1861 - He was an agricultural labourer aged 36 living in Chew Stoke with his wife Harriet and their children Henry aged 3 and Eliza aged 1 (see 1861 census).
28 December 1862 - He was a labourer from Chew Stoke when their children William and Emily were baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (parish register).
18 July 1864 - A William Holbrook (their son?) from Chewstoke was buried aged 19 months at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
2 April 1871 - He was an agricultural labourer aged 49 living at 3 West End, Chew Magna, with his wife Harriet and children Eliza aged 11 and Emily aged 8 (see 1871 census).
3 April 1881 - He was a labourer at an iron works aged 61 living in Langdon Park, Bedminster with his wife Harriet and unmarried children Henry, a carpenter aged 23, Eliza, a vest maker aged 21, and Emily, a vest maker aged 18 (see 1881 census).
5 April 1891 - He was a grocer aged 71 living at 1 Merryward Place, Bedminster with his wife Harriet and children Eliza, a tailoress aged 31, and Emily, a tailoress aged 28 (see 1891 census).
26 May 1891 - He was an agricultural labourer aged 72 when he died at 1 Merrywood Place, Bedminster, of suppression of urine and a coma (death certificate).
27 May 1891 - His son, H Holbrook, of 4 Merrywood Place, Bedminster, notified the registrar (death certificate).

Known child/children - Henry, Eliza, William and Emily.

HARRIET HOLBROOK (NÉE EDGELL) (daughter of Charles Edgell)

C 1837/38 - She was born in St Pauls, Bristol (see 1871 census).
30 June 1841 - Aged 3, she was living in Chew Stoke with (her parents) Charles an agricultural labourer and Eliza, both aged 25 (rounded), and (her sister) Eliza aged 1 (see 1841 census).

30 March 1851 - She was living in Chew Stoke with her parents and siblings, next door to her future husband Isaac Holbrook (see 1851 census): -

Name
Age
Occupation
Place of birth
Charles Edgell
36
Ag lab
Chew Stoke, Somerset
Eliza Edgell
36
Chew Magna, Somerset
Harriet Edgell
13
St Pauls, Bristol
Eliza Edgell
11
Chew Stoke, Somerset
Baby girl
1m
Chew Stoke, Somerset
William Edgell
7
Scholar
Chew Stoke, Somerset
Edwin Edgell
1
Chew Stoke, Somerset

27 July 1856 - She was a spinster of full age living in St James Street, St Paul's, Bristol when she married Isaac Holbrook in the parish church of St Paul (marriage certificate).
7 April 1861 - Aged 25. She was living in Chew Stoke with her husband Isaac and their children Henry and Eliza (see 1861 census).
2 April 1871 - Aged 33, she was living at 3 West End, Chew Magna, with her husband Isaac and children Eliza and Emily (see 1871 census).
2 January 1874 - She notified the registrar of the death of Henry Mudon (HM's death certificate).
3 April 1881 - Aged 43, she was living with her husband Isaac and their children in Langdon Park, Bedminster, Somerset (see 1881 census).
5 April 1891- Aged 53, she was living at 1 Merryward Place, Bedminster with her husband Isaac and children Eliza and Emily (see 1891 census).
31 March 1901 - She was living at 63 Merrywood Rd, Bristol (see 1901 census): -

Name Relationship Condition Age of Males Age of Females Occupation Employer etc If Working at Home Where Born
Harriett Holbrook Head M - 60 Grocer (shops) Own account - Bristol
Eliza do Daur S - 41 Tailoress Worker At home Somerset Chew Stoke
Emily do Daur S - 38 do do do do
Eliza A Davey Servant S - 18 Servant (Domestic) - - " Bishopsworth

2 April 1911 - She was living at 63 Merrywood Rd, Bedminster (see 1911 census): -

Name Relationship Age Particulars of Marriage Occupation Industry Birthplace
Harriet Holbrook Head 73 Widow. 4 children. 3 alive. 1 dead. None - Bristol
Eliza Holbrook Daughter 51 Single General Shopkeeper Partnership business. Own a/c. Home. Chew Stoke Somerset
Emily Holbrook Daughter 48 Single General Shopkeeper " Chew Stoke
William Edward Jones Boarder 49 Single Traveller Stationery Worker Bedminster Bristol

December qtr 1923 - Her death at the age of 86 was registered in Bristol (GRO ref 6a 111).

JAMES MUDON (son of William and Hester Mudon)

21 November 1855 - He married Mary Ann Holbrook in St Paul's Parish Church, Bristol. He was a sawyer (marriage certificate).

See also the Mudon family history.

MARY ANN MUDON (NÉE HOLBROOK) (daughter of Abraham and Ann Holbrook)

25 December 1822 - She was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - Aged 16, she was living in Chew Stoke with (her father) Abraham, (her uncle) William and (her aunt) Mary and (her siblings) Isaac and Charles (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - She was a housekeeper aged 27 living in Chew Stoke with her father Abraham, her brothers Isaac and Charles and her uncle William Holbrook (see 1851 census).
21 November 1855 - She married James Mudon in St Paul's Parish Church, Bristol (marriage certificate)).

See also the Mudon family history.

CHARLES HOLBROOK (son of Abraham and Ann Holbrook)

29 April 1821 - He was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).
6 June 1841 - Aged 18, he was living in Chew Stoke with (his father) Abraham, (his uncle) William and (his aunt) Mary and (his siblings) Isaac and Mary (see 1841 census).
30 March 1851 - 7 April 1861 - He was an unmarried (farm) bailiff aged 40 working for Mary Stephens, a widow aged 60, in Compton Dando (see 1861 census).

OTHER HOLBROOKS

2 November 1572 - Thomas Holbroke married Alice Millard in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

13 July 1573 - Margery, daughter of Richard Holbroke, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

19 August 1576 - John, son of Richard Holbroke, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

13 June 1580 - Agnes Holbroke was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

20 July 1591 - John, son of Richard Holbroke, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

8 January 1600 - Richard Holbroke married Agnes House in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

7 September 1605 - Mary, daughter of Walter Holbroke, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

21 September 1605 - Ann, wife of Walter Holbroke, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

10 July 1606 - Walter Holbroke was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

26 June 1615 - Ann, wife of Richard Holbrook, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

13 September 1618 - Thomas son of Thomas Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

24 November 1622 - Richard Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

17 June 1640 - John, son of John Holbrook, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

6 May (?) 1641 - John son of John Holbrooke was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

9 July 1641 - Ann, wife of Thomas Holbrook, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

27 xxx 1642 - Marie daughter of John Holbrooke was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

1 January 1644/45 - Thomas son of John Holbrooke was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

6 January 1646/47 - Elizabeth daughter of Roger (?) Holbrooke was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

5 June 1656 - Mary Holbrook, daughter of William was born (information from Winford PRs - Wendy Manning 9 January 2001).

1665 - Edith, wife of John Holbrooke, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

10 March 1671/72 - Samuel, son of John and Martha Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

20 September 1675 - Rachel daughter of John and Edith Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

19 March 1675/76 - John son of John Jnr and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

12 September 1678 - Joan daughter of John and Edith Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

15 October 1678 - Thomas son of John and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

? August 1680 - William son of William and Joan Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

25 December 1680 - Lazarus son of John and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

8 June 1681 - Lawrence Holbrook of Somerton and Mary Sly of this parish were married in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

1689 - John Holbrook gave 6d and John Holbrook gave 2d to a collection in aid of ??? (see Stanton Prior parish register).

15 October 1694 - Edith Holbrook, a widow from Stanton Prior, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

18 February 1694 - Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Hoobrooke and Rachel his reputed wife, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

24 April 1697 - Joan, wife of William Holbrook, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

11 February 1701/02 - William, son of John and Gartery Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

4 December 1705 - Hester, daughter of William Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

? January 1705/06 - George Fisher and Ann Holbrook were married in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

24 January 1706/07 - John, son of John Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

6 June 1707 - Mary, daughter of William and Mary Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

21 June 1707 - James, son of John and Gartery Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

16 September 1708 - James son of William and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

13 January 1710/11 - Martha, daughter of John and Gartery Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

15 January 1710/11 - Mary, daughter of William and Mary Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

24 October 1711 � Martha, wife of John Holbrook, died aged 69 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

1 June 1712 - John Holbrook Snr died aged 71 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

1 January 1713/14 - Martha, daughter of John and Gartery Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

5 July 1714 - James, son of Lazarus and Sarah Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

1 October 1714 - Mary, daughter of John and Gartery Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

27 March 1715 - Martha daughter of William and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

16 September 1715 - James son of Lazarus and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

20 February 1715/16 - Anne daughter of William and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

23 February 1715/16 - Joan, daughter of William and Mary Holbrook, was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

28 December 1716 - William son of William and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

24 January 1716/17 - William son of Lazarus and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

19 October 1718 - Grace daughter of William and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

11 November 1718 - Samuel son of William and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

18 November 1718 - Joseph son of Lazarus and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

4 December 1720 - William son of William and Martha Holbrook was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

? January 1720/21 - Thomas son of John and Gartary Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

27 March 1721 - Sarah, wife of Lazarus Holbrook died aged 38 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

27 July 1721 - William son of William and Mary Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

23 September 1722 - Elizabeth daughter of Lazarus and Elizabeth Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

22 October 1722 - James son of William and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

20 November 1722 - Mary, wife of William Holbrook of this parish, died aged 30 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

12 February 1722/23 - Richard son of Lazarus and Elizabeth Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).23 May 1723 - William Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

6 July 1723 - William Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

21 January 1726 - William Holbrook died aged 36 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

23 November 1729 - Sarah, daughter of Lazarus and Elizabeth Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

25 May 1730 - Lazarus Holbrook died aged 50 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

1731 - Sarah Holbrook was buried in Winford - ref 4863/2 (information from Wendy Manning 9/01/01).

12 May 1732 - Mary, daughter of William and Mary Holbrook died aged 24 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

14 December 1733 - John Holbrook Sent died aged 57 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

7 March 1735/36 - James Holbrook and his wife Elizabeth were married in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

31 January 1736/37 - Sarah, daughter of James and Betty Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

1737 - John Holbrook, a yeoman farmer, of Winford died and a listing of his estate was made for probate purposes (see extract received from Wendy Manning).

4 December 1738 - John, son of James and Betty Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

8 July 1740 - James son of James and Betty Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

28 October 1742 - Benjamin Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

27 February 1742/43 � Hester, daughter of James and Elizabeth Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

24 April 1743 - Ann, daughter of Thomas and Mary Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

2 May 1743 - Thomas Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

25 August 1745 - Betty, daughter of James and Betty Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

6 April 1747 - Gertrude, wife of John Holbrook, died aged 76 (see transcription of monumental inscription in parish register).

24 March 1747/48 - James, son of John and Sarah Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

27 March 1748 - Joseph, son of James and Betty Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

26 February 1749/50 - Thomas Holbrook of Timsbury married Ann Marcham of Ingscombe in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

30 July 1750 - James, son of James and Betty Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

25 February 1752/53 - James Holbrook married Ann Gould in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

1 March 1761 - John, son of John and Sarah Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

17 December 1766 - William son of John and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

20 April 1778 - John Stevens of Nempmett married Hannah Holbrook of Winford in Winford parish church (info from Linda Hansen 7/6/01).

6 January 1779 - John Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

4 February 1781 - Ursula, the illegitimate daughter of Miriam Holbrook, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

2 February 1785 - Francis son of William and Jane Holbrook was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

5 November 1786 - Fanny, daughter of Joseph and Martha Holbrook from Marksbury, was baptised in Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

21 October 1787 - Frances and Sarah, children of William and Joan Holbrook, were baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

2 December 1787 - Francis, son of William and Joan Holbrook, was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

29 June 1790 - James son of William and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

26 June 1791 - Jacob son of John and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

13 August 1793 - Thomas Cox married Lucy Holbruck in Chew Stoke parish church. They were both from the parish (see parish register).

13 April 1794 - John son of John and Mary Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

31 December 1798 - Joseph Holbrook married Maria Ogborn in Chew Stoke parish church. They were both from the parish (see parish register).

27 March 1803 - Sarah Holbrook was buried at Stanton Prior parish church (see parish register).

1 January 1805 - Hester, aged 16, daughter of William and Joan Holbrook, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

15 April 1807 - William son of Betty Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

14 April 1805 - Mary Ann daughter of George and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

15 April 1807 - William son of Betty Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

5 July 1807 - Ann daughter of George and Sarah Holbrook was baptised in Winford parish church (Origins Winford PR web-site).

9 August 1812 - Felix, son of John and Elizabeth Holbrook, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

7 November 1813 - Harriet, daughter of George and Charlotte Holbrook, a taylor from Chew Stoke, was privately baptised (see Chew Stoke parish register).

23 October 1814 - Ann, daughter of John and Elizabeth Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

12 April 1816 - David, son of George and Charlotte Holbrook a taylor from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

2 December 1817 - George Holbrook aged 4 of Chew Stoke was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

18 February 1818 - John Holbrook aged 70 from Chew Stoke was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

26 April 1818 - Susan, daughter of George and Charlotte Holbrook a taylor from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

18 July 1819 - Hannah, daughter of George and Martha Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

13 August 1820 - Charlotte, daughter of George and Charlotte Holbrook a tailor from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

24 February 1822 - Ann, daughter of George and Martha Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

10 July 1824 - George, son of George and Martha Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

8 May 1825 - Ann Holbrook, aged 26 from Winford, was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

18 February 1827 - John, son of George and Martha Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

15 January 1828 - John Holbrook aged 11 months from Chew Stoke was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

20 September 1835 - Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Holbrook, a labourer from Comton Martin, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

30 May 1838 - William Holbrook aged 84 from Chewstoke Poorhouse was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

22 August 1841 - Martha, daughter, and John Werring, son, of Thomas and Sarah Holbrook a labourer from Chew Stoke, were baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

16 July 1846 - George Holbrook aged 68 from Chewstoke was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

5 August 1849 - William Weaving, son of Thomas and Sarah Holbrook, a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

29 February 1852 - Thomas, son of Thomas and Sarah Holbrook, a labourer from Chew Stoke, was baptised in Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

OTHER PETERS

1637 - John Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

1670s - Tobias Peters of Stowey was granted a Hearth Tax exemption certificate (Dwelly's Index to Somerset HearthTax Exemption certificates info from Josephine Jeremiah 30/8/10).

1674 - Tobias son of Tobias Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

1678 - Frances daughter of Tobias Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

1680 - John son of Tobias Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

1685 - Arthur son of Tobias Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (info from Steve Bumstead 27/8/10).

1696 - There was a law suit between William Heale, Toby Peters, Joseph Cooke Esq and Michael Corey (Vicar of Chew Magna) and Sam Hodges concerning Vicar’s tythes (Collections for a Parochial History of Chew Magna by Frederick A Wood, Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Northern branch).

23 May 1700 - Tobias Petears married Mary Hease (?) in Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

9 April 1709 - John son of Edward and Martha Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

18 July 1711 - Edward son of Edward and Martha Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

1713 - George Bullock leased a house and lands in Blagdon to Edward Peters (A2A – Somerset Archives ref. Che.m/23/7 1713).

7 October 1714 - Arthur Petars married Mary Shurban in Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

19 July 1721 - Sybil Peters alias Goldstone was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

1 April 1724 - Mary, Ann, Hester, Margaret and John, children of Robert and Mary Peters were baptised in Chew Magna parish church. Elder were about 5 or 6 years of age (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

20 October 1724 - Tobias Peters was a witness to the will of John Speare, a cordwainer of Chew Magna.

13 July 1727 - Martha and Frances daughter of Robert and Mary Peters were baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

October 1728 - Arthur Peters a weaver in Chew Magna witnessed a riot by 400-500 people from Bristol (Urbane and Rustic England - Cultural Ties and Social Spheres in the Provinces, 1660-1780 by Carl B Eastabrook 1998).

3 October 1731 - Robert son of Robert and Mary Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

6 February 1734/35 - Tobias Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna burials transcribed by Mary Mason).

10 January 1739/40 - James son of Edward Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

12 September 1742 - Samuel son of Edward Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

13 May 1744 - Richard Cox married Ann Peters in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna marriages transcribed by Mary Mason).

5 May 1746 - William Pow married Margaret Peters in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna marriages transcribed by Mary Mason).

10 September 1746 - Edward Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna burials transcribed by Mary Mason).

1747 - Ann daughter of Tobias Peters was married in Somerset (Genealogist UK Non-parochial registers web-site).

8 June 1747 - John Peters married Ann Fear in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna marriages transcribed by Mary Mason).

18 April 1748 - James Plumley married Martha Peters in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna marriages transcribed by Mary Mason).

30 May 1748 - Samuel Hannam, yeoman, of Chew Magna married Frances Peters of Chew Magna in St Cuthbert’s, Wells (see The Genealogist Volume 19).

26 September 1748 - Mary daughter of John and Ann Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

11 March 1749/50 - Frances wife of Arthur Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna burials transcribed by Mary Mason).

8 April 1750 - Ann daughter of John and Ann Peters was baptised in Chew Magna parish church (Chew Magna baptisms transcribed by Mary Mason).

11 April 1770 - John Peters was buried at Chew Stoke parish church (see parish register).

1 April 1771 - John Grey from West Harptree married Sarah Peters from Chew Stoke in Chew Stoke parish church (Cat Webb and Andy Phillips� transcription of parish register).

1776 - Robert son of Tobias Peters was married in Somerset (Genealogist UK Non-parochial registers web-site).

20 July 1786 - Anne Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

19 June 1787 - James Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

10 October 1797 - Robert Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

1797 - The will of Robert Peters was proved (Collections for a Parochial History of Chew Magna by Frederick A Wood, Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Northern branch).

16 April 1799 - Ann Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

7 September 1800 - Martha Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

24 May 1807 - John Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

8 January 1811 - Samuel Peters was buried at Chew Magna parish church (parish register transcription by Brenda Paternoster).

 

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