DRING/WOOLSTENHOLME 
Chart 0900

This is a Chart for John Dring, Mary Howard, Sarah Hills and William Woolstenholme

married(1)
1st April 1751
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
Bondsman Oliver WITHROW, Warboys, Labourer
14th March 1749/50
licence
(2)married(2)
22 October
 1778
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
Bondsman
 
Thos RIDLINGTON, Ramsey, Surgeon
(1)married(1)
9th October 1758
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
licence
2
MARY HOWARD
born about
1729
Warboys, Hunts.
died
August 1775
buried
29th August 1775
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
1
JOHN
 DRING

born about 
1726
baptised
25th September 1726
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
occupation
Blacksmith
  3
SARAH 
HILLS

born about
1737
Warboys, Huntingdonshire
baptised
1737
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
died
July 1815
Warboys, Hunts.
buried
25th July 1815
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
3
WILLIAM WOOLSTENHOLME

born about 
1733
Warboys
Hunts.
baptised
16th February 1722/23
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.
died
 
April 1770
Warboys
Hunt.
buried
17th April 1770
or
3rd July 1768
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.

5
John
DRING

born about 
1753
baptised
1st February 1753
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
died 
March 1799

married
17th January 1774
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
Ann
JOHNSON

6
Thomas
DRING

born about 
1755
baptised
22nd May 1755
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
died 
May 1791

married
7th January 1776
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
Mary HANNASYE
7
Edward
DRING

born about 
1757
baptised
8th February 1757
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
8
Sarah
DRING

born about 
1759
Wistow
Hunts.
baptised
27th December 1759
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.

married
1779
Wistow
Hunts.
Charles ADCOCK
9
Mary
DRING

born about 
1762
baptised
4th February
1762
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
died
February
1787
buried
15th February 1787
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.

10
Robert
DRING

born about 
1766.
baptised
23rd February
1766
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.

married
14th April 1789
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
Mary SPEECHLEY


11
Elizabeth
DRING

born about 
1768
baptised
3rd June 1768
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
died
July
1768
buried
26th July 1768
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
12
James WOOLSTEN-
HOLME

born about 
1752
13
Sarah
WOOLSTEN-
HOLME

born about 
1759
Warboys
Hunts.
baptised
28th November 1759
St Mary Magdalene
Warboys, Hunts.

married
26th June 1780
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
Edward
DRING

14
William
WOOLSTEN-
HOLME

born about 
1761
Warboys
Hunts.
baptised
13th September 1761
15
Papworth WOOLSTEN-
HOLME

born about 
1763
Warboys
Hunts.
baptised
18th September 1763
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.

married
1785
Warboys
Hunts.
Eleanor
HARVEY

16
Elizabeth
WOOLSTEN-
HOLME

born about 
1766
Warboys
Hunts.
baptised
13th November 1766
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
died
about
1826
Warboys
Hunts.

married
1788
St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Hunts.
witness
Robert
DRING
William ROWELL
  1. Did not die on 16th November 1787 - Malcolm CLYDESDALE (this is a Note on my sisters Gedcom file which I am working from to put the DRINGS on the Web. I assume there is a death shown in St Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire for this date which some one has proved is not our John DRING).
    There were no known children for John DRING and Sarah HILLS
    An Inventory of the Goods Chattels and Effects of John Dring late of Warboys in the County of Huntingdon Blacksmith deceased valued and appraised. No.1 Front Chamber; Purse and Apparel, 2, Feather bed and Hanging Sundry 3, Looking Glass 3s., Oak Chest 2s, Square Table 2 Chairs, 2s. No.2 Second Chamber; Flock Bed and Bedstead rug 3. Blankets 15s. Pair Sheets Pillar two Bolsters 3s. 6d., Small Chest of Drawers 1s., Three Deal Boxes 2s. 6d., Ash Chest one Chair 1s. 6d., No.3 Third Chamber; One Flight Bed two Bedsteads and bolster 2s. 6d. No.4 Fourth Chamber; Two Boxes and Sundry 1s. 6d. No.5 Front Parlour; Feather Bed Bolster one Piller, Blanket and Quilt 2 10s., Bedstead and Hangings 1 10s., Dining Tables 10s. 6d., Tea Table and Dressing Table 7s. 6d., Buffet 12s., Twelve Plates half Dozen China 3s. 6d. Eleven Basons four Tea Pots and two small fials, 3s., Hanging Pross? 5s., Five Chairs 2s. 6d., Three pair Sheets 15s. No.6 In Hall; Clock 2, Large Glass 10s. 6d., Pair High Draws 12s. 6d., Dressing Table and Tea Chest .7s. 6d., Large Dining Table 5s. 6d., Six Chairs 4s. 6d., Two Glass Salts Flint Glass Bottle Two Wine Glasses, 1s. 6d., Grate and Fender 1s. 6d., Five Pictures 1s. No.7 Kitchen:
    Copper 1, Large Brass Kettle 10s. 6d., Five Large Pewter Dishes 9s., Twelve Pewter Plates 5s. 3d., Dresser and Shelves 7s. Total 20. 9. 9. Warming Pan 2s., Stillyards 5s., Three Brass Candlesticks three, Iron Candlesitck 3s. Coffee Pot ? and Stand 2s., Two Box Iron and Heaters (Tin Cooking Dish Cannister 5s., Large Oak Table 2s., Square and Leaf Table 3s., Dough Stand 2s. Round fin Table 1s. 6d., Bellow Tongs Fender Pot Hooks car and Iron Horse 6s., Horare bunk Oven Peal Turf Scipp and three old Slater ? 4s. 6d., Four Chairs 3s. 0d. No.8 Dairy; Barrel Churn and Frame 8s., Three Milk Bowls two kimmels .6s. 6d., Cheese Press and vats Hand bowl, Wood Bottle 3s., Mash Vat two small tubs 1 1s., Two brass Pots and Saucepans and Tea Kettle 7s. 6d., Beer Stall two Pails frying Pan 2s., Pestill and beater four Glass Bottles 2s. 6d., Earthen Ware and large fann?, Sundry 2s. No.9 Sellar; Two Barrels and Meal Pot Sawn score? 12s., No.10 Hog in the Sty 16s., No.11 Wood in the Hovels 15s., No.12 In the Barn; Peas and Straw 5, Barley some thrashed and some not 2 2s., Some Wheat 2.10s., Dung and some Hawn in the Field 10s. No.13 In the Close; Two Cows at 5.10. per Cow 11, Three Heifers at 5.10 per Heifer 16, One Mare at 7 7, Stack of Hay9 Total60. 4. 6 brought over 20 9s, 9d Total 80. 14. 3
    The Amount of the Bills taken by John Dannell Child before they were delivered, The Reverend Doctor Stoner 1, Mrs Stroud Mr Christopher Wood Steward for the said Lady, 8s. Mr Christopher Wood 15s. 8d., Mr William Wright 8 13s. 3d., John Goodliff 6 13s. 2d., William Clack 16s. 1d., Benjamin Harvey 4 7s. 9d., James Pope 2 5s. 7d., Edward Bull 3 17s 7d., John Hobbs 1 15s. 9d, Thomas Longland 11 11s. 4d., John Bedford 1 3s., John Allpress 3 12s. 4d. John Broughton 1 2s. 9d, John Ellmore 1 6s. 2d., John Richardson 1 2s. 1d., Mark Noble Senior 1 9s. 8d. William Richardson 18s, 7d., Oliver Dring 8 10s. 6d., Widow Pope 8s 3d., Roger Dockerill 1 2s. 5d., Mark Noble Junior 1 16s. 9d., William Harvey7 5s. 2d., William Ashley 7s 2d., Alexander Bottel 1 16s 10d., Ephraim White 2 0s. 8d., John Billingsworth. 6s. 3d., Thomas Meadows 12s. 10d., John Sheels 5s. 6d., Thomas Day 8s. 2d., James Adcock 6s. 2d., John Chapman 9 16s. 10d., John Dring Son of the Deceased 3 13s. 4d. Widow Chapman 2 3s. 4d Thomas Harvey 5 2s 1d., John Maltman Old Hurst, 17s. 3d., Porter Day Hemingford, 1 1s 8d., Robert Homstrad of Pidley 8s., 8d., Edward Railton Esquire 12?, as the odd pence in the above Bill most like will not be paid they are no cash up in this sum 112. 3. 0
    An Appraisement of Iron and Tool eg in the Shop of the late Mr John Dring of Warboys deceased
    New Iron 4cwt 2qua 5lbs 5., New Shoes etc? 20lb at 3d per lb 5s., 48lbs of Tools at d pr lb 6s., 77lb of Old Iron at 1d pr lb 6s 5d., 27lb of Tongs etc? at 1d pr lb 3s. 4d., 2 Pair of Bellows at 2 12s. 6d., Two Anvils 3 3s., Nail Tool and Beck Iron 5s., To 30 Bushel of Coals 1 10s., To Nico and Board and Stake 5s., To Hammers etc 10s. 6d., Tools in Rods at 1s. Tiler shoeing Tackle Docking Iron etc. 5s., Old Iron and Grindstone and Sundries at 5s., A Lot of scrap Iron at10s 6d.,
    To five thousand and three Quarters of Horse Nails at four shillings per thousand 1. 3. 0 Total 16. 11. 3
    Household Goods Crop & Stock 80 14s. 3d., Book Debts of Good which is uncertain 112 3s 0d. Stock in Shop etc 16 11s 3d. Total 209. 8. 6
    Valued and appraised the 27 day November 1787 by us Edward Child John Scott
  2. 1750 Warboys, Huntingdonshire
  3. There were no known children for John DRING and Sarah HILLS
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  6. On the IGI the year is shown as 1775 and the bride's surname as HENNESSY. On the Marriage Allegation, and on the Bond, the date is 1776 and the name HANNASYE.
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  8. 1779 Wistow, Huntingdonshire
    1841 West Lane, Warboys, Huntingdonshire
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  12. ? Father ages 20 and not married to 1758
    The name is WOOLSTENHOLME it is not a hyphenated name, but I have done so to avoid going too wide on the Web page.
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