STEMP Chart 0700

This is a Chart for John Stemp/Stempt and Jane Young

 

married
7th November 1788
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
witnesses
John BAXTER
Wm LANDER
licence

 
 

1
JOHN STEMP/STEMPT

born about
1762
Ewhurst, Surrey
baptised  
10th January 1762 
St Nicolas, Cranley, Surrey
1791, 1793 and 1798 Poor (from Parish Register)
occupation  
Ag Lab/Labourer
died after 
1845

 

2
JANE YOUNG
born about
1764?
died  
27th June 1845
  Roughfold, Cranley, Surrey
Age 81 years 
of
Old Age 
wife of John STEMP
present at death
Mary TANNER 
buried  
3rd July 1845 
St Nicolas, Cranley, Surrey


3
James
STEMP

baptised
1st February 1789
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
died
10th June 1869
Canvill/Canfold
Cranley, Surrey
Age 80 years

married
10th September
1815
St Mary and All Saints
Dunsfold, Surrey
witnesses
John CARPENTER
John VOLLER
Ann
NEWMAN
4
William
STEMP

baptised
7th August 1791
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey

married
14th June
1813
Parish Church
Shalford, Surrey
witnesses
Henry LAWRENCE
Mary TANNER
Mary
SMITH
5
Mary
STEMP/
STEMPT

baptised
22nd December 1793
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey

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???
6
Stephen
STEMP
born about
1796
baptised
3rd July 1796
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
?died
Hambledon Union
Hambledon, Surrey
Age 54 years
buried
19th June 1850
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
7
Henry
STEMP

baptised
14/16th December 1798
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
died
 Age 81 years

married
14th November 1824
St Nicolas, Cranley, Surrey
witnesses
James STEMP
Ann STEMP
Martha
MILLS
8
Elizabeth
STEMP

baptised
18th June 1802
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey

married
5th October 1823
St Nicolas
Cranley, Surrey
witnesses
James STEMP
Ann STEMP
William
TROWER

   
  1. 1841 Living at Whitehall, Cranley, Surrey, home of William ELLIOTT
  2. 1841 Living at Whitehall, Cranley, Surrey, home of William ELLIOTT
    Note from Janet KELSEY. Elizabeth probably had 2 illegitimate children before marrying William TROWER, Thomas (25th December 1816) and Henry (18th May 1819) whilst living with her father at Whitehall. She would have been 14 and 17 at the dates of their births.
    Janet KELSEY believes that Jane was baptised on the 1st July 1762 in Wonersh, Surrey. There were other children, Mary (3rd September 1758), and Sarah (13th January 1760), both children of Thos. and Elizabeth. Thomas YOUNG married Elizabeth FARNFIELD on the 8th May 1755 in Wonersh, Surrey. A Thomas YOUNG was baptised on the 24th November 1725 at Holy Trinity, Guildford, Surrey, brother Ben being baptised on the 17th November 1736, both sons of John YOUNG. This information was obtained from the IGI
  3. 1841 Lower Canfold, Cranley, Surrey
    1851 Canfold, Cranley, Surrey with Elizabeth NEWMAN Age 77, a widow born Chiddingfold, Surrey
    1861 Lower Canfold, Cranley, Surrey
  4.  
  5. A Mary STEMP had a son, William, in 1817. A William STEMP (father John) married Charlotte HEDGER in 1846, both of Full Age (born before 1825). A William STEMP, age 33 (born 1818) and wife, Charlotte, lived in Cranley in 1851. At present there is no likely William, father John, to fit these details. Considering this information, and the possibility that William could have been brought up to recognise John, his grandfather, as his father, the William/Charlotte family have provisionally been included from this chart.
    A Mary STEMP married Matthew Taylor STEDMAN (commonly known as Matthew TAYLOR) on the 10th May 1812 in Cranley, Surrey, witnesses Eliz BLANCH and Dan PULLEN; another Mary STEMP married John JENNER on the 25th December 1819 in Ewhurst, Surrey. There are no clues to indicate which, if either, of these marriages relates to the Mary STEMP on this chart.
  6.  
  7. A Henry STEMP occupied a House and Garden on Cranley Common at the time of the Tithe Map. The owner was Thomas HOLT and the rent payable for the Tithe purposes was 2/6d. Was it this Henry?
    1841 One part of Cranley Workhouse (4 parts in all), Cranley, Surrey
    1851 Bedlam Lane, Cranley, Surrey
    1861 Cranley Common, Cranley, Surrey
    1871 Cranleigh Common, Cranleigh, Surrey with son Henry and family
  8. Note from Janet KELSEY. Elizabeth probably had 2 illegitimate children before marrying William TROWER, Thomas (25th December 1816) and Henry (18th May 1819) whilst living with her father at Whitehall. She would have been 14 and 17 at the dates of their births.

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