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Richard Paine married Mary in about 1712. They lived at Herstmonceux in Sussex where they had two children born in 1714 and 1717. Richard died at Herstmonceux and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 26 December 1759. Thirteen years later Mary died at Herstmonceux and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 4 January 1773.

 

 

Richard and Maryís eldest child was Richard Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 11 April 1714. When he was 26 years old Richard married Mary Dan at the Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene in Wartling, Sussex on 5 June 1740 by licence. Richard was then living at Herstmonceux and Mary at Wartling. They lived at Herstmonceux where they had eight children born between 1741 and 1760, the first of whom died when only a few days old and the last died when only about a month old.

When he made his will on 19 September 1782 Richard described himself as a yeoman of Waldron in Sussex; he died seventeen months later, at the age of 69, and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 5 February 1784. Richardís will was proved by the Archdeaconry of Lewes on 24 April 1784, when it was declared that the value of his personal estate was under £600. The will required that all his real and personal estate, except for household furniture required for the use of his wife, was to be sold by his executors, who were his wife Mary, his son William, and his son-in-law Henry Ticehurst, and the money raised invested. The interest from this money was to be paid to his wife during her life and if this was not sufficient for her comfortable maintenance then some of the principal money was to be paid to her.

Seventeen years after her husbandís death Mary died and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 17 October 1801. The terms of Richardís will were that after his wifeís death the following should happen: His son William was to receive £50 that was to come out of the money he had received from his father, which was presumably as a loan that would have needed to be repaid to his fatherís estate. William was given a further bequest of £5 and Richardís son-in-law Henry Ticehurst was to receive a like bequest of £5. The remainder of Richardís estate was to then be equally divided between his son William, his daughter Elizabeth Iggulden, his daughter Mary Gates, his daughter Ann Ticehurst and his daughter Sarah Paine.[1]

 

 

 

Richard and Maryís eldest child was William Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 6 February 1741. William died at Herstmonceux when only a few days old and he was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 9 February 1741.

 

Richard and Maryís second child was Richard Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 6 March 1743. Richard never married. He died at Herstmonceux, at the age of 29, and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 13 November 1772.

 

Richard and Maryís third child was Elizabeth Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 25 November 1746. When she was 20 years old Elizabeth married Stephen Iggulden at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 4 May 1767 by licence. Stephen was then living at Eastbourne in Sussex and Elizabeth at Herstmonceux. Elizabeth was still alive when her father made his will in 1782, and when her mother died in 1801 Elizabeth received, according to the terms of her fatherís will, one fifth of the residue of her fatherís estate.

 

Richard and Maryís fourth child was William Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 2 May 1750. When he was just on 27 years old William married Sarah Ellis at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 7 April 1777. They were both then living in Herstmonceux. When his father died in 1784 William was one of the executors of his will. Then when his mother died in 1801, according to the terms of his fatherís will, William received £50 that was to come from the money that he owed his fatherís estate; also a separate bequest of £5 and one fifth of the residue of her fatherís estate.

 

Richard and Maryís fifth child was Mary Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 21 February 1752. When she was 17 years old Mary married 29-year-old Joseph Gates at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 19 April 1769 by licence. Joseph was then a farmer living at Chalvington in Sussex and Mary was living at Herstmonceux. Joseph was the son of Thomas and Catherine Gates; he was born at Ripe in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St John the Baptist in Ripe on 1 March 1740. See Joseph Gates in 'The Gates Familyí for the rest of their lives and details of their family.

 

Richard and Maryís sixth child was Anne Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 1 February 1754. When she was 23 years old Anne married 32-year-old Henry Ticehurst at the Parish Church of All Saints in Waldron, Sussex on 4 December 1777. They were both then living at Waldron. Henry was the son of William and Jane Ticehurst; he had been born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 10 November 1745.

Henry and Anne had eight children; the first two were born in 1779 and 1782 while they continued to live at Waldron. They then moved to Dallington where their other six children were born between 1785 and 1799. When Anneís father died in 1784 Henry was one of the executors of his will. Then when Anneís mother died in 1801 Anne received, according to the terms of her fatherís will, one fifth of the residue of her fatherís estate, and Henry received a bequest of £5.

Henry and Anneís son William died at Dallington in 1808, at the age of 20, and then the following year their daughter Elizabeth died there at the age of 12. Henry died at Dallington, at the age of 82, and he was buried in the Churchyard of St Giles at Dallington on 16 April 1828. He had made his will on 6 January 1827 when he described himself as a yeoman of Dallington. This will was proved by the Archdeaconry of Lewes on 10 October 1828 when Henryís personal estate was valued at under £450. This will required the executors, Henryís sons Henry and Richard, to invest his personal estate and pay the interest to his wife Anne during her life.

Nine years after her husbandís death Anne died at Dallington, at the age of 83, and was buried in the Churchyard of St Giles at Dallington on 28 February 1837. The terms of Henryís will now required the executors to divided the residue of his personal estate into six equally parts with each of the following receiving one part; his daughter Anne wife of Charles Butcher, his son Henry, his son Richard, his daughter Hannah Ticehurst, and his daughter Sarah wife of James Hickmott. The remaining sixth part was to remain invested and the interest paid to Philadelphia, widow of his son Samuel, during her life, and then after her death this part was to be divided equally between any surviving children of his son Samuel.[2]

 

 

 

Henry and Anneís eldest child was Samuel Ticehurst who was born at Waldron in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Waldron on 14 January 1779. When he was 26 years old Samuel married Philadelphia Buss at the Parish Church of St Thomas ŗ Becket in Brightling, Sussex on 6 April 1805. Samuel was then living at Dallington and Philadelphia at Brightling.

Samuel had died by the time his father made his will on 6 January 1827, and when his mother died in 1837, according to the terms of his fatherís will, his widow Philadelphia was to receive the income from one sixth of the residue of his fatherís personal estate during her life, and after her death the principal money was to be divided equally between any surviving children of Samuel.

 

Henry and Anneís second child was Ann Ticehurst who was born at Waldron in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Waldron on 11 June 1782. When she was 22 years old Ann married Thomas Chandler at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington, Sussex on 20 November 1804. They were both then living in Dallington. Then after Thomasí death Ann, at the age of 44, married widower Charles Butcher at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington, Sussex on 14 December 1826. They were both then living in Dallington. When her mother died in 1837, according to the terms of her fatherís will, Ann was to receive one sixth of the residue of her fatherís personal estate.

 

Henry and Anneís third child was Henry Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 29 November 1785. When he was 22 years old Henry married 27-year-old Sarah York at the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin in Warbleton, Sussex on 10 June 1808. Henry was then living at Pembury in Kent where the banns for his marriage had been called on 22 & 29 May and 5 June and Sarah was living at Warbleton. Sarah was the daughter of Thomas and Sarah York; she had been born at Warbleton and baptised at the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin in Warbleton on 25 March 1781. Henry and Sarah lived at Ashburnham in Sussex where Sarah died at the age of 40 (not 39 as given on her burial record), and she was buried in the Churchyard of St Peter in Ashburnham on 10 August 1821.

Two years after Sarahís death Henry, at the age of 37, married spinster Ann Stollery at the Parish Church of St Peter in Ashburnham on 19 September 1823 by licence. The licence issued by the Archdeaconry of Lewes on 18 September 1823 described Henry as a wheelwright and widower of Ashburnham aged 37 and upwards, and Ann as a spinster of Ashburnham aged 25 and upwards. When his father died in 1828 Henry was one of the executors of his will, and when his mother died in 1837, according to the terms of his fatherís will, Henry was to receive one sixth of the residue of his fatherís personal estate.

 

Henry and Anneís fourth child was William Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 6 January 1788. William died at Dallington, at the age of 20, and he was buried in the Churchyard of St Giles at Dallington on 2 April 1808.

 

Henry and Anneís fifth child was Richard Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 5 January 1790. When his father died in 1828 Richard was one of the executors of his will, and when his mother died in 1837, according to the terms of his fatherís will, Richard was to receive one sixth of the residue of his fatherís personal estate.

 

Henry and Anneís sixth child was Hannah Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 27 April 1792. When her mother died in 1837, according to the terms of her fatherís will, Hannah was to receive one sixth of the residue of her fatherís personal estate.

 

Henry and Anneís seventh child was Elizabeth Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 26 August 1796. Elizabeth died at Dallington, at the age of 12, and she was buried in the Churchyard of St Giles at Dallington on 11 July 1809.

 

Henry and Anneís eighth child was Sarah Ticehurst who was born at Dallington in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of St Giles in Dallington on 28 January 1799. When she was 26 years old Sarah married James Hickmott at the Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul in Wadhurst, Sussex on 15 June 1825. James was then living at Lamberhurst in Kent and Sarah at Wadhurst. When her mother died in 1837, according to the terms of her fatherís will, Sarah was to receive one sixth of the residue of her fatherís personal estate.

 

 

 

Richard and Maryís seventh child was Sarah Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 9 January 1756. When her mother died in 1801 Sarah received, according to the terms of her fatherís will, one fifth of the residue of her fatherís estate, which was to be paid in yearly instalments of £5. Sarah never married. She was living at Parkside in Herstmonceux when she died at the age of 62 and was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 12 August 1818.

 

Richard and Maryís eighth child was John Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 9 April 1760. John died at Herstmonceux when only a month old and he was buried in the Churchyard of All Saints at Herstmonceux on 10 May 1760.

 

 

Richard and Maryís second child was Mary Paine who was born at Herstmonceux in Sussex and baptised at the Parish Church of All Saints in Herstmonceux on 27 February 1717.


[1] ESRO W/A64/p743 Will of Richard Pain proved by by Archdeaconry of Lewes.

[2] ESRO W/A76/p420 Will of Henry Ticehurst proved by by Archdeaconry of Lewes.

 

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Last updated 6 August 2011

 

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