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Mary Ann Glazebrook

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Jean

Jean Report 28 Apr 2013 17:42

Trying to find out who Mary married she married 1867 in Dudley to either Samuel Collett r Theophilus Philpotts. Have been unable to find out from the census. Can anyone help me please.


Thanks Jean

Christina (Lancashire)

Christina (Lancashire) Report 28 Apr 2013 17:53

From Familysearch.... https://familysearch.org



Mary Ann Glazebrook, "England, Marriages, 1538–1973 "
Name: Theopholus Philpotts
Birth Date: 1843
Birthplace:
Age: 24
Spouse's Name: Mary Ann Glazebrook
Spouse's Birth Date: 1841
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age: 26
Event Date: 24 Nov 1867
Event Place: Sedgley Parish, Lower Gornall, Stafford, England
Father's Name: Richd. Philpotts
Mother's Name:
Spouse's Father's Name: John Glazebrook
Spouse's Mother's Name:
Race:
Marital Status: Single
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01471-0
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 1470604
Reference ID: it1, p133

Jean

Jean Report 28 Apr 2013 17:58

Thank you very much Christina for your help, that looks like them.

Regards Jean

Gwyn in Kent

Gwyn in Kent Report 28 Apr 2013 18:06

1871

This looks like them..........

Name: Theophilus Phillpotts
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1843
Relation: Head
Spouse's Name: Mary Ann Phillpotts
Gender: Male
Where born: Kingston, Herefordshire, England
Civil parish: Oldbury
Ecclesiastical parish: Christchurch
Town: Oldbury
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Registration district: West Bromwich
Sub-registration district: Oldbury
ED, institution, or vessel: 7
Household schedule number: 82
Piece: 2974
Folio: 121
Page Number: 19
Household Members: Name Age
Theophilus Phillpotts 28 .................................brick burner
Mary Ann Phillpotts 32 ....b. Tipton, Staffs
John Phillpotts 7 ..............b. Tipton, Staffs..
Theophilus Phillpotts 2 ...b. Worcs. Oldbury,
Sarah Phillpotts 1 .............b. Worcs, Oldbury

Margee

Margee Report 28 Apr 2013 18:08

1871 England Census
about Theophilus Phillpotts Name: Theophilus Phillpotts
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1843
Relation: Head
Spouse's Name: Mary Ann Phillpotts
Gender: Male
Where born: Kingston, Herefordshire, England
Civil parish: Oldbury
Ecclesiastical parish: Christchurch
Town: Oldbury
County/Island: Staffordshire
Country: England
Registration district: West Bromwich
Sub-registration district: Oldbury
ED, institution, or vessel: 7
Household schedule number: 82
Piece: 2974
Folio: 121
Page Number: 19
Household Members: Name Age
Theophilus Phillpotts 28
Mary Ann Phillpotts 32
John Phillpotts 7
Theophilus Phillpotts 2
Sarah Phillpotts 1



Jean

Jean Report 28 Apr 2013 18:10

Gwyn, thank you very much for your help looks good.

Regards Jean

Jean

Jean Report 28 Apr 2013 18:12

Margee, thank you very much for your help.

Regards Jean

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 28 Apr 2013 21:45

Sarah Elizabeth Philpotts
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 17 Oct 1869 Oldbury, Worcester, England
parents:Theophilus Philpotts, Mary Ann

Theophilus Phillpott
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 13 Sep 1868 Oldbury, Worcester, England
residence: Oldbury, Worcester, England
parents:Theophilus Phillpott, Mary

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 28 Apr 2013 21:46

Theophilus Phillpott, "United Kingdom, Chelsea Pensioners' Service Records, 1760-1913"Name: Theophilus Phillpott
Event Type: Pension
Event Year Range: 1760-1913
Event Place: United Kingdom
Birthplace: Worcestershire
Birth Year (Estimated): 1867

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 28 Apr 2013 22:24

all the following postings come from this site

The National Archives | Access to Archives
... and Governors of Guy's Hospital acquired the Herefordshire ... "Court Roll & Inquisitions as to Wm. Philpotts suits at ... AND PARTICULARS C99/III/265-299 1841 - 1843
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/?records.aspx?cat=044-c99&... - Cached


You will see that the Philpotts appear to have figured quite large in Herefordshire and seemed to be "landed gentry" with the amounts of money quoted in some of the archives






William Phillpotts of Trelansdee, Saint Weonards, yeoman
Messuage called Trelandsdee or Trelesdee with all outhouses, etc., and lands specified in St. Weonards, Tretyre and Michaelchurch, now in the occupation of William Phillpotts.
For 21 years
For 21 years
Rent: £79 p.a.., a couple of fat capons on 25th December

William Phillpotts of Trelasdee Farm, St. Weonards and Tretire, farmer
Farmhouse and buildings, cottages and lands etc.in schedule 279a. 1r. 13p called Trelasdie and Bannut Tree Farm, all fixturesin schedule, game and shooting, in the possession of William Phillpotts.
For 21 years
Rent: £427 p.a.; £10 p.a. for every acre converted to tillage: £5 p.a. for the last four years for every acre not cultivated according to covenant; £10 in addition to the actual value of any timber tree cut down.

[no title] C99/III/297 1841
Contents:
Tretire, Michaelchurch and St. Weonards.
Particular: Trelesdee Farm, Mrs. Elizabeth Phillpotts occupier, tracing, map of Trelasdee Farm

Damaged and Faded
Contents:
Wilton on Wye.
John Phillpotts, gent. only brother and heir of Richard Phillpotts late of Trebandy presents himself as heir and next suitor and hath brought his oxen...
Note on dorse of the swearing of new suitors including John Phillpotts for two suits. Probably Trebandy and Tregadogans

[no title] AW28/7/7b 22 March 1731
Assignment of Terms
1 Nicholas Philpott of Hereford esq., Humphrey Walcott of Bitterley, Salop esq., Alice Gomond of Hereford spinster executrix of the will of Herbert Herring esq. deceased, Francis Woodhouse of Aramston esq. son and executor of Francis Woodhouse of Larport gent. deceased and Herbert Rudhall Westfalling of Rudhall esq.

no title] AW28/12/23 6/7 Oct. 1710
Assignment of Term
1 Philip Tomlyns of Hereford, Glover
2 Michael Biggleston of Whitehall, London, gent. and Frances his wife
3 Nicholas Phillpott esq. of Hereford
4 Hon. James Brydges of Wilton on Wye esq.
Recites mortgage 11 May 1677. Now: for £55 paid by 4 to 1 with agreement of 2 Messuage and lands in Callow conveyed to 3 in trust for 4.


no title] AW28/13/18 7 Feb. 1692
Conveyance
1 Thomas Miles of Trerees, Langarron, gent.
2 William Phillpotts of Pencreck, Goodrich, Yeoman and Joyce his wife
3 Jane Hoskins, spinster, eld. dau. of Sir John Hoskins of Harwood, Kt. and Bt.
£86-14s Paid to 1 and £15-13-4 to 2 as part consideration money. Messuage where 2 now dwells in Pencrecke and 3 acres land between the highway called Pencrecks Streete and lands of 3. and other lands.
Attached receipt and Memoranda dated 20 March 1692.
Full consideration money being £116, the sum of £13-12-8 to rest in hands of Sir John Hoskins and Jane at interest owing to an action for debt lying against Wm. Phillpotts.

[no title] AW28/16/21 1 Oct. 1681
Contents:
Mortgage
1 Thomas Waithen of Mershberth, Langarren, Yeoman and Johane his wife, John Williams of The Moore and Charles of the same, his son and heir.
2 Thomas Phillpotts of Marstow the elder gent., son and heir of Thomas Phillpotts of Trebandry, Marstow, gent.
To raise £200. Messuage and lands Tredonocke alias Mershberth as above. Excepting the cottage occupied by David Lerigoe.
Bond enclosed

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 28 Apr 2013 22:54

[no title] AW28/16/23 19 Feb. 1684
Assignment of Mortgage
1 Thomas Phillpotts now of Trebandry, Marstow, gent

[no title] AW28/20/14 5 Sept. 1710
Lease and Release
1 George Monson of Upper Chilston esq., Philip Monson of Carwardines Greene, Madley, gent. and Henry Weston of Upper Chilston, gent.
2 William Turton of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., John Stephens of London, Linnen Draper and Christopher Clitherow esq.
3 Nicholas Philpott of St. James, Mddsx. esq.
£2,900 Paid to Clitherow by 3 by direction of 1.
Upper Chilston, the Newhouse in Shenmore and all messuages and land as before conveyed to 3.
Bond of obligation enclosed to indemnify the Chilston estate from Mathias Askque's mortgage.

no title] AW28/20/15 5 Sept. 1710
Assignment of Term
Deed to assign the 1,000 year term to Nicholas Philpott. Remainder of term.


[no title] AW28/20/16 6 Sept. 1710
Declaration
1 Nicholas Philpott of Hereford esq.
2 Hon. James Bruges esq., son and heir app. of Lord Chandos
Explains that the above conveyance was in trust for 2 and the purchase money belonged to 2.


no title] AW28/20/18 13 May 1736
Conveyance
1 John Philpot of Brockhill, Mddsx. esq., son and heir of Nicholas deceased.
2 Duke of Chandos
3 President and Governors of Guys Hospital
Chilston estate now conveyed to 3, 1 having inherited his father's position as trustee to 2.

[no title] AW28/25/23 16 March 1651
Assignment
Refers to Articles of Agreement between Walter Carwardyne and Samuell Clarke of Bristol, Merchant where Rectory etc. are collateral security. Now in consideration of a bill of debt the property is assigned to Nicholas Phillpott of Hereford gent.

[no title] AW28/25/25 20 August 1658
Conveyance
1 Samuell Clarke of Bristol, Merchant
2 Nicholas Phillpott of Hereford, gent.
Same property conveyed.
Enclosed: Release by Joseph Clarke Merchant of Bristol, brother of 1 to 2.


[no title] AW28/25/26 16 Jan. 1652
Conveyance
1 John Parry of Wilmaston gent. and Margaret his mother
2 Nicholas Phillpott of Hereford gent.
Conveys Advowson and right of Patronage of Peterchurch

[no title] AW28/25/28-42 1643-1683
Original bundle of Correspondence and Receipts. 1671-1673. Letters Nicholas Phillpotts and others. 3
I confesse the vicaridge is very poore not worth £30 per annum.
File of receipts 1643-1661. 6 of George then Roger Parry for rents due to the King. AW28/25/33
Orders to Nich. Phillpotts to pay Fee Farm Rents. 1662- 1683 3
Receipts for rents paid to the King. 6 1662-1683.

[no title] AW28/25/43 11 July 1719
Conveyance
1 Nicholas Phillpott of Edgeware, Mddsx. esq. and Mary his wife and Nicholas their son and heir apparent
2 Duke of Chandos
£350.
Advowson to the parish church of Byrley

Advowson to the parish church of Peterchurch.[no title] AW28/26/1 21 Feb. 1690
Contents:
Agreement Draft
Edward Tovey eldest son of John Tovey of Treribble, Langarren gent. deceased quitclaims all rights to the messuage and lands devised by his grandfather, Thomas Phillpotts of Granton in Goodrich deceased by his will to John and Thomas Tovey, his brothers.
And also Thomas Phillpotts messuages and lands in Goodrich, Marstow, Pitstow and Bridstow.
This follows quitclaim of same date made by John and Thomas Tovey who quitclaimed their rights to all the messuages and lands of their father in Langarren, St. Waynards and Tretire in favour of Edward.


no title] AW28/29/10 21 April 1888
Declaration
By William Philpotts of his title to 4 cottages and gardens called Little Trelesdee described as newly erected, there having been only two in 1838.


[no title] AW28/29/11 18 May 1888
Deed to Convert to Fee Simple.
By William Phillpotts of Trellesdee, St. Weonards, gent.
James Phillpotts of Trevace, Tretire, gent.
Capital and Counties Bank Ltd.
Recites history of the conversion of 1 cottage called Little Trelesdee to 2 and then to 4 and enlarges the term created by the lease of 1611 into Fee Simple.

no title] AW28/29/12 19 March 1889
Declaration
By Elizabeth and Alice Susannah Phillpotts both of Trelesdee, spinsters and Susan Mayos wife of Thomas Theophilus Mayos of Llangunnock in St. Weonards, gent., three of the children of William Phillpotts who died 25 March 1838, disclaiming all rights to the 4 cottages called Little Trelesdee contracted to be purchased by Guys Hospital. Declaring their brother William Phillpotts to be absolute owner.

[no title or date] AW28/29/13
Inland Revenue. Concerning William Phillpotts inheritance of the above property

.no title] AW28/38/2 3 Feb. 1863
Conveyance
1 James Phillpotts of Trevace gent.
2 Edmund John Owen of Tretire Rectory, Clerk
£600 Paid by 2 for parcels of land shown in marginal plan, formerly part of Whitehouse estate.
Schedule of lands near Rectory. Schedule of relevant deeds.

no title] AW28/39/7 30 Oct. 1708
Agreement to Sell
1 Thomas Alderne of Hereford esq.
2 Nicholas Philpott of Hereford esq.
Manor of Monnington Stradle. Part of the manor of Badshaw.
Capital messuage called the Court House where Thomas Gundy now lives in Monnington Stradle with all lands. Coppice wood called Tymberlyne. £2,800

[no title] AW28/39/9 5 Feb. 1708
Conveyance to Nicholas Philpott for £2040.

no title] AW28/44/2 30 June 1713
Settlement
1 Hon James Brydges esq., Nicholas Philpot of Hereford esq. and Andrew Card of Grayes Inne esq.

Jean

Jean Report 29 Apr 2013 10:13

AnnCardiff,
Thank you so much for the info it is so interesting. No wonder I couldn't find them myself thank you.


Regards Jean