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Peter TICKNER (1792-1876)

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Peter Tickner (b.1792)

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Peter Tickner c.1875

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1875, Tickner, Peter (0398) and Maria (nee Pankhurst) (0399) [f0172] : Diamond Wedding

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1997, *BUILD : Tickner, Peter (0398) and Maria (nee Pankhurst) (0399) Stockbridge House (1997)

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Maria Pankhurst

Peter TICKNER,1,2,3 son of Thomas TICKNER (bef1758-1816) and Susannah BAILEY (1763-1816), was born in March 1792 in Wittersham, Kent.1,4,5 He married Maria PANKHURST on 29 July 1815 in East Guldeford, Sussex. The marriage was witnessed by Thomas Pankhurst.1,2,6 In 1851 he was a farmer at Stockbridge Farm in Snave, Kent. The farm at this date was 284 acres. He was employing 6 labourers and in the house 4 servants.4

Three of Peter and Maria's children were baptised in the Rye Baptist Church.2

Peter and Maria PANKHURST lived at Stockbridge House on Stockbridge Farm in Snave.3,7,8

he died (aged 84) on 23 March 1876 at Stockbridge House on Stockbridge Farm in Snave. At the time of his death Maria and five children (excluding son Peter) were still living.

Part of Stockbridge Farm was Poplar House (formerly Rose Cottage) which has only recently (c.1998) been sold out of the immediate family.1,2,3,9 He was buried in 1876 in South side of the churchyard at Snave Church in Snave. Monumental Inscriptions in the churchyard of Snave Church : Peter TICKNER of Stockbridge House, Snave, died 23 March 1876 in 84th year. Left surviving his wife Maria, 3 sons and 2 daughters. Maria his wife died 23 September 1879 in her 90th year.10

 

Peter is said to have been a brandy smuggler although there does not appear to be any definitive evidence to this assertion. However given the times and where he lived there is probably some truth to the smuggling accusation although whether it was brandy is probably anybody's guess. Tea, wool and brandy were the most common items smuggled.2

 

Maria PANKHURST1,2,3 was the daughter of Thomas PANKHURST (1755-1810) and Elizabeth TURNER (1757-1819). She and Peter TICKNER had the following children:

 

Susanna TICKNER (1816-1892)

Eliza TICKNER (1818-1872)

Maria TICKNER (1821-1891)

Peter TICKNER (1822-1878)

Thomas TICKNER (1824-1902)

William George TICKNER (1830-1892)

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1{S0171}, Internet (WCP) RAY, Angie : re TICKNER & GRIERSON (Site : http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=nray0scooby). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0136} Compiled by Max LAIDLEY (1994), Book : "History of Edward TICKNER and Sarah TOWNER of East Guldeford, Sussex and Camden NSW". Page 81. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0091}, Chart : Descendant : TICKNER/BAILEY and PANKHURST/TURNER 1948 Ruckinge Reunion (Curious Fox : http://www.curiousfox.org.uk/uk/mbprof2.lasso?eid=41561&-nothing). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0185}, Census : UK 1851 : Snave, Romney Marsh, Kent : TICKNER, Peter (0398) and PANKHURST, Maria (0399) (Rootschat : http://www.rootschat.com). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Primary evidence.
5{S0091}, Chart : Descendant : TICKNER/BAILEY and PANKHURST/TURNER 1948 Ruckinge Reunion (Curious Fox : http://www.curiousfox.org.uk/uk/mbprof2.lasso?eid=41561&-nothing). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Gives birth date as 1792
6{S0339}, Internet (WCP) RAY, Angie : re TICKNERS/GRIERSONS - Romney Marsh to Dumfries (Site : http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=nray0scooby&id=I0680). Page 2, Generation 3. Cit. Date: 29 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
7{S0185}, Census : UK 1851 : Snave, Romney Marsh, Kent : TICKNER, Peter (0398) and PANKHURST, Maria (0399) (Rootschat : http://www.rootschat.com). Cit. Date: 14 April 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
8{S0573}, Census : UK 1861 : Snave, Romney Marsh, Kent : TICKNER, Peter (0398) and PANKHURST, Maria (0399). Cit. Date: 14 April 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
9{S0183}, Cemetery List : Snave, England - Monumental Inscriptions - Churchyard, Southside (http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
10{S0199}, Internet : General. http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/MIsSnave/01.htm. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 Mar 2014