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Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan

Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan

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Ancestors of Cedric and Brendan


Simon Nicholas Fishwick Major [Parents]

Other marriages:
Northcote, Mary Louise Lady

Mary Northcote [Parents]


Simon Nicholas Fishwick Major [Parents]

Other marriages:
Northcote, Mary

Mary Louise Northcote Lady [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i James Nicholas Fishwick
  M ii Hugh Simon Fishwick
  F iii Lucy Mary Fishwick

Clifford Fishwick

He had the following children:

  M i Simon Nicholas Fishwick Major

Christopher Chinn [Parents] was born in 1665. He died on 13 Mar 1691/1692 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He was buried on 13 Mar 1691/1692 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He married Hannah.

Nothing is known of Christopher Chinn
Hinton St. Mary Record of Burials verified by Brian B. Chinn and his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

Christopher Chinn is believed to have been the older brother of John Chinn (cir 1680-1723).

Hannah was born in 1665. She died on 22 Nov 1702 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She was buried on 22 Nov 1702 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She married Christopher Chinn.

The parish poor accounts indicated that in 1702, the house rent, bed clothes and the burial of Hannah Chinn were paid for by the parish. Hinton St. Mary Record of Burials verified by Brian B. Chinn and his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

They had the following children:

  M i John Chinn
  M ii William Chinn
  M iii Joseph Chinn
  F iv Hannah Chinn was born on 20 May 1688 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. Hannah was born on 20 May 1688. She was baptized on 20 May 1688 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK.

Hannah remained in Hinton St. Mary until her death in 1760. She is mentionned in the parish poor accounts on a regular basis from the time of her mother's death in 1702 until herillness in 1760. No date of burial has been located in the Hinton St. Mary registers. She may have been taken in by other family members residing in Marnhull which could explain there not being a record of her burial in Hinton St. Mary.Hinton St. Mary Record of Baptisms verified by Brian B. Chinn and his agent Mrs. Wienstock.
  M v Samuel Chinn was born on 7 Apr 1691. Samuel was baptized on 7 Apr 1691 in Hinton St. Mary. He was baptized on 7 Apr 1691 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK.

Hinton St. Mary Record of Baptisms verified by Brian B. Chinn and his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

Chinn.

This branch of the Chinn family were said to have been supporters of the Protestant Duke of Monmouth in his rebellion against his Catholic uncle, James II, brother and successor to Charles II. The Duke of Monmouth, the natural son of Charles II, was supported largely in the West Country, particularly by the peasantry and miners. Monmouth landed at Lyme Regis, Dorset on June 11, 1685 and was defeated by government troups on July 6th at the battle of Sedgemoor in Somerset. Monmouth was shortly afterwards captured and executed. Chief Justice Jeffreys, known as the "Bloody Judge", was sent to the West Country to deal with the prisoners. Jeffreys tried five hundred men a day and between two and three hundred prisoners were hanged while about eight hundred were transported to Barbados during the "Bloody Assize". It is rumored that it was as a result of this rebellion, this particular branch of the Chinn famly were said to have lost all position and property they may have possessed.

Little is known of the present branch of the family prior to the late 1600's. By 1681 they were established in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. How much earlier the family settled in the area is unkown. For the most part the Chinn's were agricultural labourers and farmers, though the earlier generations of the family apparently were quite literate.

The family name has been spelt a variety of ways, the most prevalent being Chinn and Chin. Some earlier records also reflect Chinne and Chynne.

Hinton St. Mary, the home of the Chinn's until recent history, is situated half a mile north of Sturminster Newton in the fertile Vale of Blackmoor in the County of Dorset. The site of the village has been inhabited since Romano British times. Until the dissolution of the monasteriers, in the reign of Henry VIII, the manor of Hinton was a lay brother's settlement belonging to the Abbey of St. Mary at Shaftesbury (from which the name of the village is derived). The Church adjoining the manor house is dedicated to St. Peter. The Church is of 12th or 13th century origin and traces still remain f the earlier structures which had been incorporated when the Church was rebuilt in the late 15th centruy. The present Church, except for the 15th century tower, was rebuilt in 1846 out of local Marnhull limestone.

The original buildings of the Manor house were 13th century of which the stables (14th century) and the tithe barn (15th century) remain relatively unaltered. In the reign of Henry VIII the Manor was granted to William Stourton who later became the 7th Lord Stourton. The 8th Lord Storuton being attained and hanged at Salisbury for the murder of his father's steward, His Manors, including Hinton St. Mary, were granted to Robert Freke. The Frekes rebuilt the manor house as it now appears and rebuilt much of the village between 1649 and 1750.

In 1698, Hinton St. Mary was bequeathed by Thomas Freke to Lucy Pile, who was married to George Pitt of Strafield Saye in Hampshire. The Pitts afterwards became the Lords Rivers of Rushmore and Stratfield Saye and the Manor house has remained in their position since that day. Thus the Pitt-Rivers family became the principal land-owners in the district.

He had the following children:

  M i Christopher Chinn

Desmond Thomas Chinn [Parents]

Doreen Florence Fouracre

They had the following children:

  M i Steven Richard Chinn
  M ii Peter Nicholas Chinn
  M iii Simon James Chinn
  F iv Naomi Elizabeth Chinn
  F v Rebecca Mary Jane Chinn

Leonard Hammond

Patricia Mary Chinn [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Andrew Lindsey Hammond
  M ii Timothy Matthew Hammond

Neil McDougall

Rebecca Mary Jane Chinn [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Connor Thomas McDougall
  F ii Isabel Rose McDougall

Stephen Teague

Naomi Elizabeth Chinn [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Elanor May Teague
  F ii Rosemary Delyth Teague
  F iii Meagan Lindsay Teague

Steven Richard Chinn [Parents]

Other marriages:
Anne,

Sally Kidson

They had the following children:

  M i James Nicholas Chinn
  F ii Jessica Chinn

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