Benjamin LANGFORD

Benjamin LANGFORD

Male 1891 - 1914  (23 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Benjamin LANGFORDBenjamin LANGFORD was born 04 Jun 1891, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 25 Jul 1894, St James, Stretham, Cambs (son of Isaac LANGFORD and Emma QUINCE); died 31 Oct 1914, France & Flanders.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 31 Mar 1901, Ely, Cambs; Nutholt Lane, Ely, nephew, age 9
    • Census New: 2 Apr 1911, Ely, Cambs; Nutholt Lane, Ely, nephew, age 19, bricklayer's labourer
    • War Memorial: 31 Oct 1914, France & Flanders; In Memory of Lance Corporal BENJAMIN LANGFORD, 9921, 2nd Bn., Bedfordshire Regiment, who died on 31 October 1914. Remembered with honour - YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

    Notes:

    DISPOSAL OF EFFECTS:
    2nd Bn., Bedfordshire Regt., L/Cpl 9921, Benjamin Langford
    Died between 30-31 October 1914, In Action.
    Will in favour of Mrs Rose Anne Vaughan.
    Credits: 4 14s 18d; Charges: 4 14s 18d.
    23 April 1915: to Aunt, and sole Legatee, Rose Anne Vaughan 4 14s 18d.
    13 March 1920: to Cousin Abraham Vaughan (war bonus)

    Died:
    Story from Grandma Pates is that a chap from Biggleswade (Cocky Day?) was standing next to Ben in the trench; Ben lifted his head to take a cigarette out of the breast pocket of his jacket and was shot by a sniper.

    Extract from 'Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919' Bedfordshire Regiment:- "Langford Benjamin. 2/Batt. Enlisted Bedford (born Stretham). 9921 L/Cpl. Killed in action. France and Flanders 31/10/1914."
    The Bedfordshire Regiment (history of): 2nd Battalion. Mobilised at Roberts Heights, South Africa 10 August 1914, then returned UK. Camp at Lyndhurst, New Forest. Part of 21st Infantry Brigade, 7th Division. Left UK 6 October 1914 to Zeebrugge, Ostend, Ypres. On 31 October 1914,on Gheluvelt to Zandevoorde Road.
    Commemorated on both Stretham War Memorials, in St George's Chapel Ely Cathedral and on the Menin Gate (Panels 31 & 33) in Ypres.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Isaac LANGFORD was born 11 Jan 1851, Slade Lode, Chatteris, Cambs (son of John Freeman LANGFORD and Charlotte BIGLEY); died 31 Mar 1922, Doddington, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, Doddington, Cambs; North Witchford Union Workhouse, Doddington, age 11 wks
    • Census New: 7 Apr 1861, Stretham, Cambs; Back Street, Stretham, age 10
    • Census New: 2 Apr 1871, Stretham, Cambs; Gravel Road, Stretham, age 20, farm servant
    • Census New: 3 Apr 1881, Stretham, Cambs; High Street, Stretham, age 31, ag lab
    • Census New: 5 Apr 1891, Stretham, Cambs; East Street, Stretham, age 41
    • Newspaper Report: 17 Jul 1896, Stretham, Cambs; ELY WEEKLY GUARDIAN: A BRUTAL FATHER. Isaac Langford, labourer, of Stretham, was charged with systematically illtreating and neglecting his little girl Kate, aged 6, on the 3rd to the 13th June and other days. Inspector E Walker, of the NSPCC, instructed Mr H G S Ellis, barrister, of Cambridge, who stated the case as follows:- On this occasion the defendant came home the worse for drink, between 6 and 7, and the children, who had just finished their tea, were going to bed. For no reason whatever the defendant took off his strap, which had a buckle at the end, and beat the poor little thing with it, inflicting bruises and cuts on the back and thigh. The neighbours heard the child screaming, and crying out ?O, don?t, father? and the next morning, on examining the child, it was found that the buckle had cut two pieces out of its leg. He called Lilian, aged 13 years, who said she had an older sister, aged 18, who was now in domestic service, and there was also Freeman aged 9, Kate aged 6 and Benny 5. The witness said her mother died last December. Her oldest sister had left the house because her father illtreated them so last February, and she cooked and kept the house going since then. Her father was often drunk, and on this occasion he was drunk, and beat Katie, who had nothing on but her chemise, with his strap, which had a buckle on. On the 26th March last they all ran away because their father said he would kill them. They actually walked to Ely to their aunt, who lives there, and afterwards went into the Workhouse for a few days. Their father came and fetched them out. On Monday her father threatened to lock her up if she came to Ely to speak against him. Only that morning she and her sister Katie could have had a ride to Ely, but their father made them walk. Agnes Wolfe, married woman and neighbour, said on the 18th she heard screams from little Kate, and heard her cry out ?Don?t, father? three times. She saw the child?s back; it had three weals on it, and two pieces cut out of the thigh. Defendant was drunk that night, and was often so. The house was in a filthy state, and often there was not sufficient to eat. She had often given the children food. Millicent Parson, another neighbour, corroborated, and said on the 15th inst. she examined Katie and found her covered with vermin, bruises on her body, and two cuts on the thigh. She had supplied the children with both food and clothing. The doctor had made an order for 2s a week to clean the house, but no one would do it. Clara Sadler also corroborated. PC Fuller said on speaking to the defendant about it, he said the witness had no right to enter the house; they were his children and he would do what he liked with them. Defendant said the witness had not spoke the truth; he denied the charges. The policeman and the witnesses all had their "knives" in him, and now they thought they had a chance. The Chairman described the defendant's conduct as most brutal and heartless, and sentenced him to six weeks' hard labour. This is the first case in this vicinity brought by the NSPCC.
    • Newspaper Report: 28 Oct 1898, Stretham, Cambs; ELY GAZETTE: STRETHAM: A CHILD DESERTER SENT TO PRISON. Isaac Langford, labourer, Stretham, was charged on remand before the Ely bench yesterday with running away and leaving his three children to become chargeable to the Ely Union. Prisoner pleaded that he left them in the care of his sister. Mr H B Hamlyn, relieving officer, said the children were taken into the Union on September 23rd and had been there since. Rose Ann Warren (sic), sister of the prisoner, said she lived at Ely. Defendant, when he went away two years ago, brought the children to her and said he would give her 5s a week during the harvest time and less in the winter. He had only sent her 7s 6d the whole time and she found she was not able to keep the children. If he had sent her a little each week she would have kept them. Supt. Bythorne said prisoner had been convicted in 1896 for ill-treating his children. He was sent to prison for two months' hard labour
    • Newspaper Report: 28 Oct 1898, Stretham, Cambs; ELY WEEKLY GUARDIAN: NEGLECT OF CHILDREN. Isaac Langford, late of Stretham, was charged with neglecting his three children, who had thereby become chargeable to the Ely Union. Henry Baker Hamlyn, relieving officer, gave evidence to the effect that the children were still chargeable. Rose Vaughan, sister of the defendant, said he brought his children, and she promised to keep them during harvest time and winter if he paid her 7s 6d a week. The defendant said he would send the money, but not receiving any she had the children put in the Union. The Chairman pointed out that defendant had been before the Court in 1896 for illtreating his children, and, so far as his memory served him, it was a very bad case. The defendant would be sent to gaol for two months.
    • Census New: 31 Mar 1901, Chatteris, Cambs; Old Hoops PH, High Street, Chatteris, boarder, age 51, wdr, labourer farm
    • Census New: 2 Apr 1911, Doddington, Cambs; North Witchford Union Workhouse, Doddington, inmate, age 62, general labourer

    Isaac married Emma QUINCE 22 Nov 1873, St James, Stretham, Cambs. Emma (daughter of Freeman QUINCE and Lydia BURROWS) was born 1854, Doddington, Cambs; died 05 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 09 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Emma QUINCE was born 1854, Doddington, Cambs (daughter of Freeman QUINCE and Lydia BURROWS); died 05 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 09 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 07 Apr 1861, Doddington, Cambs; NW Union Workhouse, Doddington, inmate, age 5, dau of agricultural labourer
    • Census New: 2 Apr 1871, Chatteris, Cambs; Hive Lane, Chatteris, age 16, lab
    • Census New: 3 Apr 1881, Stretham, Cambs; High Street, Stretham, age 26
    • Census New: 5 Apr 1891, Stretham, Cambs; East Street, Stretham, age 36

    Notes:

    Buried:
    in the Burial Ground

    Children:
    1. John LANGFORD was born 15 Mar 1876, Calver, Derbys; was christened 30 Jan 1878, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Ely, Cambs; died 11 Dec 1920, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 14 Dec 1920, Burial Ground, Stretham, Cambs.
    2. Ellen LANGFORD was born 8 Jan 1878, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 30 Jan 1878, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Ely, Cambs; died 18 Jan 1922, Nottingham, Notts.
    3. William LANGFORD was born 11 Feb 1879, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 05 Oct 1879, Chatteris, Cambs; died 10 May 1973, Cambridge, Cambs.
    4. Freeman LANGFORD was born 3 Aug 1881, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 31 Oct 1883, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Ely, Cambs; died 10 Jan 1886, Sheffield, Yorks; was buried 15 Jan 1886, CIty Road Cemetery, Sheffield, Yorks.
    5. Lilian LANGFORD was born 12 Jun 1883, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 31 Oct 1883, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Ely, Cambs; died 14 Dec 1952, Nottingham, Notts.
    6. Kate LANGFORD was born 7 Mar 1885, Haddenham, Cambs; was christened 14 Nov 1885, St Peter & St Paul, Sheffield, Yorks; died 17 Jan 1886, Sheffield, Yorks; was buried 20 Jan 1886, City Road Cemetery, Sheffield, Yorks.
    7. Freeman LANGFORD was born 09 Dec 1887, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 02 Mar 1888, Chatteris, Cambs; died Sep 1971, Ashton under Lyne, Lancs.
    8. Benjamin LANGFORD was born 09 Dec 1887, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 02 Mar 1888, Chatteris, Cambs; died 09 Jan 1889, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 13 Jan 1889, Burial Ground, Stretham, Cambs.
    9. Kate LANGFORD was born 29 Sep 1889, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 23 Jul 1890, Stretham, Cambs; died 20 Feb 1988, Biggleswade, Beds; was buried 26 Feb 1988, Town Cemetery, Biggleswade, Beds.
    10. 1. Benjamin LANGFORD was born 04 Jun 1891, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 25 Jul 1894, St James, Stretham, Cambs; died 31 Oct 1914, France & Flanders.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Freeman LANGFORD was born 1817, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 03 Aug 1817, Stretham, Cambs (son of Benjamin LANGFORD and Martha HATCH); died 24 Nov 1882, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 02 Dec 1882, Stretham, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, NWU Workhouse, Doddington, age 33, ag lab
    • Census New: 07 Apr 1861, Back Street, Stretham, age 44
    • Census New: 02 Apr 1871, East Street, Stretham, age 52, ag lab
    • Census New: 3 Apr 1881, Stretham, Cambs; High Street, Stretham, age 64, ag. lab

    John married Charlotte BIGLEY 5 Aug 1849, Chatteris, Cambs. Charlotte (daughter of John BIGLEY and Mary SMITH) was born 22 Oct 1819, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 14 Nov 1819, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Charlotte BIGLEY was born 22 Oct 1819, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 14 Nov 1819, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs (daughter of John BIGLEY and Mary SMITH); died 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 6 Jun 1841, Chatteris, Cambs; Slade End, Chatteris, age 20
    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, Doddington, Cambs; NWU Workhouse, Doddington, age 30, Ag Lab
    • Census New: 7 Apr 1861, Stretham, Cambs; Back Street, Stretham, age 40
    • Census New: 2 Apr 1871, Stretham, Cambs; East Street, Stretham, age 48
    • Census New: 3 Apr 1881, Stretham, Cambs; High Street, Stretham, age 60

    Notes:

    Christened:
    age 23 days

    Notes:

    Married:
    Details: John (x) Langford, both of full age, bac, labourer, Chatteris, son of Benjamin Langford, labourer AND Charlotte (x) Bigley, sp, Chatteris, dau of John Bigley, labourer. Wit: Joseph (x) Bigley.

    Children:
    1. 2. Isaac LANGFORD was born 11 Jan 1851, Slade Lode, Chatteris, Cambs; died 31 Mar 1922, Doddington, Cambs.
    2. Eliza LANGFORD was born 1853, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 20 Jan 1856, St James, Stretham, Cambs; died Nov 1925, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 20 Nov 1925, Stretham, Cambs.
    3. Edward LANGFORD was born 1856, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 20 Jan 1856, St James, Stretham, Cambs; died Oct 1861, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 16 Oct 1861, St James, Stretham, Cambs.
    4. Mary LANGFORD was born Jul 1859, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 24 Jul 1859, Stretham, Cambs; died Aug 1859, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 30 Aug 1859, Stretham, Cambs.
    5. Joseph LANGFORD was born 24 Aug 1860, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 16 Sep 1860, Stretham, Cambs; died 23 May 1941, Tower Hospital, Ely, Cambs; was buried 28 May 1941, City Cemetery, Ely, Cambs.

  3. 6.  Freeman QUINCE was born 1815, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 07 May 1815, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs (son of John QUINCE and Mary SANDBY); died Jun 1873, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 28 Jun 1873, Chatteris, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 06 Jun 1841, Tower of London Barracks, age 20, soldier, 1 Batt Grenadier Guards
    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, NWU Workhouse, Doddington, age 32, ag lab
    • Census New: 07 Apr 1861, Slade End, Chatteris, head, age 47, ag lab
    • Census New: 02 Apr 1871, Hive Lane, Chatteris, widr, age 56, lab

    Notes:

    Died:
    age 61

    Freeman married Lydia BURROWS 02 Feb 1847, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs. Lydia (daughter of Robert BURROWS and Elizabeth JELLING) was born 1811, Manea, Cambs; was christened 20 Oct 1811, Manea, Cambs; died Mar 1867, Doddington, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Lydia BURROWS was born 1811, Manea, Cambs; was christened 20 Oct 1811, Manea, Cambs (daughter of Robert BURROWS and Elizabeth JELLING); died Mar 1867, Doddington, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 06 Jun 1841, High Street, Manea cum Coveney, age 30
    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, NW Union Workhouse, Doddington, age 38, ag lab
    • Census New: 07 Apr 1861, NW Union Workhouse, Doddington, inmate, age 45, wife of agricultural labourer

    Notes:

    Married:
    Details: Freeman (x) Quince, full age, bac, lab, of Benwick, son of John Quince, lab AND Lydia (x) Burrows, full age, sp, blank, of Benn. (sic), dau of Robert Burrows, lab.

    Marriage Banns:
    Details: Freeman Quince, bac, of Benwick AND Lydia Burrows, sp, of Benwick.

    Children:
    1. Emma QUINCE was born Jun 1851, Doddington, Cambs; was christened 25 Jan 1852, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs; died Dec 1852, Doddington, Cambs; was buried 20 Dec 1852, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.
    2. 3. Emma QUINCE was born 1854, Doddington, Cambs; died 05 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 09 Dec 1895, Stretham, Cambs.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Benjamin LANGFORD was born 1778, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 17 May 1778, St James, Stretham, Cambs (son of Francis LANGFORD and Elizabeth KNIGHT); died 12 Mar 1845, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 13 Mar 1845, St James, Stretham, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 06 Jun 1841, Green End, Stretham, age 65, ag lab

    Notes:

    Buried:
    age 68

    Benjamin married Martha HATCH 08 Dec 1806, Chatteris, Cambs. Martha was born 1776; was christened 04 Nov 1781, Brantham, Suffolk; died 22 Feb 1820, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 22 Feb 1820, Stretham, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Martha HATCH was born 1776; was christened 04 Nov 1781, Brantham, Suffolk; died 22 Feb 1820, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 22 Feb 1820, Stretham, Cambs.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    birth date approximated from age at death; surname of Hatch comes from IGI beta site which gives her son's parents as John Bent and Martha Hatch; there is a christening of Martha Hatch on 4 Nov 1781 at Brantham, Suffolk, dau of John & Martha

    Christened:
    possible; daughter of John and Martha

    Buried:
    age 44

    Children:
    1. Alice LANGFORD was born 1811, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 06 Oct 1811, St James, Stretham, Cambs; died Sep 1883, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 20 Sep 1883, St James, Stretham, Cambs.
    2. Benjamin LANGFORD was born 1813, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 11 Jul 1813, St James, Stretham, Cambs; died 28 Aug 1869, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 28 Aug 1869, St James, Stretham, Cambs.
    3. Edward LANGFORD was born 1815, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 06 Aug 1815, St James, Stretham, Cambs.
    4. 4. John Freeman LANGFORD was born 1817, Stretham, Cambs; was christened 03 Aug 1817, Stretham, Cambs; died 24 Nov 1882, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 02 Dec 1882, Stretham, Cambs.

  3. 10.  John BIGLEY was born 1776, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk; died 1860, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 21 May 1860, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 06 Jun 1841, Slade End, Chatteris, age 65, ag lab
    • Census New: 30 Mar 1851, Slade Lode, Chatteris, age 76, father, pauper - formerly ag lab

    Notes:

    Census New:
    also Levi & David Young, 10 & 9

    Census New:
    living with James & Marianne Hinson

    Buried:
    age 86

    John married Mary SMITH 12 Oct 1807, St Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Mary (daughter of Nicholas SMITH and Mary) was born 1785, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 29 Jan 1786, Chatteris, Cambs; died 8 May 1845, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 12 May 1845, Chatteris, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Mary SMITH was born 1785, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 29 Jan 1786, Chatteris, Cambs (daughter of Nicholas SMITH and Mary); died 8 May 1845, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 12 May 1845, Chatteris, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 6 Jun 1841, Chatteris, Cambs; Slade End, Chatteris, age 50

    Notes:

    Buried:
    age 60

    Children:
    1. Elizabeth BIGLEY was born 1809, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 30 Jun 1809, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 1894, Huntingdon, Hunts.
    2. Mary BIGLEY was born 02 Jul 1810, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 15 Jul 1810, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 1811, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 10 Aug 1811, Chatteris, Cambs.
    3. Marianne BIGLEY was born 17 Jun 1812, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 17 Apr 1814, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died Dec 1877, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 14 Dec 1877, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs.
    4. Jane BIGLEY was born 26 Mar 1814, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 17 Apr 1814, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died Dec 1874, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 15 Dec 1874, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs.
    5. Maria BIGLEY was born 24 Jun 1816, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 14 Jul 1816, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 1817, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 23 Jan 1817, infant, Chatteris, Cambs.
    6. Susannah BIGLEY was born 05 Nov 1817, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 30 Nov 1817, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 1818, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 19 Jul 1818, infant, Chatteris, Cambs.
    7. 5. Charlotte BIGLEY was born 22 Oct 1819, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 14 Nov 1819, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs; was buried 02 Sep 1885, Stretham, Cambs.
    8. Eliza BIGLEY was born 18 Apr 1823, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 21 Mar 1824, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs; died Jun 1836, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 17 Jun 1836, age 14, by inquest, Chatteris, Cambs.
    9. Phebe BIGLEY was born 18 Feb 1824, Chatteris, Cambs; was christened 21 Mar 1824, St Peter & St Paul, Chatteris, Cambs.
    10. Joseph BIGLEY was born 1826; died 1850, Chatteris, Cambs.

  5. 12.  John QUINCE was born 1779, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 08 Apr 1804, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs (son of John QUINCE and Elizabeth FREEMAN); died Aug 1827, Benwick, Cambs; was buried 28 Aug 1827, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.

    Notes:

    Christened:
    of blank and blank, of Benwick, an adult person aged 25yrs

    Buried:
    of Benwick, age 45

    John married Mary SANDBY 05 May 1808, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs. Mary (daughter of Richard SANDBY and Mary THOMPSON) was born 1785, Farcet, Hunts; was christened 13 Nov 1785, Farcet, Hunts. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Mary SANDBY was born 1785, Farcet, Hunts; was christened 13 Nov 1785, Farcet, Hunts (daughter of Richard SANDBY and Mary THOMPSON).

    Notes:

    Married:
    Details: John (x) Quince, bac, otp, AND Mary (x) Sandy, sp, otp

    Children:
    1. William QUINCE was born 1809, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 26 Feb 1809, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs; died 1886, March, Cambs.
    2. John QUINCE was born 1811, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 10 Mar 1811, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs; died 1880, March, Cambs.
    3. Elizabeth QUINCE was born 1812, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 06 Dec 1812, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.
    4. 6. Freeman QUINCE was born 1815, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 07 May 1815, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs; died Jun 1873, Chatteris, Cambs; was buried 28 Jun 1873, Chatteris, Cambs.
    5. Peter QUINCE was born 1817, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 20 Jul 1817, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.
    6. Mary QUINCE was born 1820, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 21 May 1820, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.
    7. Sarah QUINCE was born 1822, Benwick, Cambs; was christened 21 Apr 1822, St Mary the Virgin, Doddington, Cambs.

  7. 14.  Robert BURROWS was born Abt 1765; died 1847, Manea, Cambs; was buried 13 Apr 1847, Manea, Cambs.

    Other Events:

    • Census New: 6 Jun 1841, Manea, Cambs; High Street, Manea cum Coveney, age 75, father

    Notes:

    Buried:
    age 82

    Robert married Elizabeth JELLING 04 Mar 1794, Mepal, Cambs. Elizabeth (daughter of Kilbourne JELLING and Mary MUSGRAVE) was born Abt 1769, Mepal, Cambs; died 1840, Manea, Cambs; was buried 16 Aug 1840, Manea, Cambs. [Group Sheet]


  8. 15.  Elizabeth JELLING was born Abt 1769, Mepal, Cambs (daughter of Kilbourne JELLING and Mary MUSGRAVE); died 1840, Manea, Cambs; was buried 16 Aug 1840, Manea, Cambs.

    Notes:

    Buried:
    age 71

    Children:
    1. Catherine BURROWS was born 1795, Manea, Cambs; was christened 04 Jan 1795, Manea, Cambs.
    2. Mary BURROWS was born 1796, Manea, Cambs; was christened 11 Sep 1796, Manea, Cambs; died 1878, Manea, Cambs.
    3. Alice BURROWS was born 1798, Manea, Cambs; was christened 11 Nov 1798, Manea, Cambs; died 1877, Sutton, Cambs.
    4. William BURROWS was born 1801, Manea, Cambs; was christened 13 Sep 1801, Manea, Cambs; died Dec 1886, Manea, Cambs; was buried 09 Dec 1886, Manea, Cambs.
    5. Robert BURROWS was born 1804, Manea, Cambs; was christened 23 Sep 1804, Manea, Cambs; died Mar 1878, Manea, Cambs; was buried 28 Mar 1878, Manea, Cambs.
    6. Eleanor BURROWS was born 1809, Manea, Cambs; was christened 12 Feb 1809, Manea, Cambs.
    7. 7. Lydia BURROWS was born 1811, Manea, Cambs; was christened 20 Oct 1811, Manea, Cambs; died Mar 1867, Doddington, Cambs.