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Family of Samuel HOADLY and Elizabeth MILLER

Husband: Samuel HOADLY ( -1806)
Wife: Elizabeth MILLER ( -1802)
Children: William HOADLY (1769-1830)
Elizabeth HOADLY (bef1776-1825)
Marriage 2 Sep 1768 Otham, Kent1,2
Otham Parish Church, Kent

Husband: Samuel HOADLY

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Samuel HOADLY

Name: Samuel HOADLY
Sex: Male
Father: ? HOADLY ( - )
Mother: -
Birth "?" ?
Occupation Cordwainer/Shoemaker3
Death 1806
Burial 16 Nov 1806 Otham Churchyard, Kent4

Wife: Elizabeth MILLER

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Elizabeth MILLER

Name: Elizabeth MILLER
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Death 1802
Burial 29 Sep 1802 Otham Churchyard, Kent4

Child 1: William HOADLY

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William HOADLY, 1914, age 145

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William HOADLY, 1842, age 73

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William HOADLY

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Spouse: Catherine RHODES, 1842, age 76

Name: William HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse: Catherine RHODES (bef1766-bef1828)
Birth 3 Mar 1769 Otham, Kent?
Christening Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent5
Residence 1790 (age 20-21) Maidstone, Kent
Maidstone Poll Book 22/6/1790
Residence 26 Nov 1798 (age 29) St George Hanover Square, Middlesex6
Residence 1805 (age 35-36) Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Holden's Triennial Directory 1805/6/7
Residence 1827 (age 57-58) Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Pigot's London And Provincial New Commercial Directory 1826-7
Occupation Coachmaker3
Religion Chosen As A Deacon, Week St Independent Chapel5
Death Aug 1830 (age 61) Maidstone4
Burial 28 Aug 1830 Otham Churchyard, Kent4
Auction 30 Jul 1839 (age 70) Maidstone, Kent
Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Sale - probably of house owned by William Hoadly Snr (1769-1830) in Week Street, and also that of his brother-in-Law, Charles Day - detailed in the London Times.

The Times: Wednesday July 29th 1829 Page 4

Freehold Property, at Maidstone and Newhithe, in Kent, - By STEVENS and BRENCHLEY, at the Bull Inn, Maidstone, To-morrow, July 30,

ALL those Two Dwelling-houses and Gardens, with appurtenances, situate on the east side of Week-street, in Maidstone, and now or late in the occupation of Mr. James Boomy, butcher, and Mr. William Hoadley. Also all that dwelling-house, situate in the same street, opposite to the High-street of Maidstone, in the occupation of Mr. Gandy, confectioner. Also all that extensive and capital brick-built malt-house: comprising 2 floors and vaults under the same 5 kilns, and every convenience necessary for the malting 120 quarters a week; situate in Week-street, and now in hand. Also all that new brick-built messuage, situate in King-street, in occupation of Mr. French, clockmaker. Also all that messuage and premises lately called the Roebuck, and the 4 cottages, ropewalk, and piece of orchard ground thereto adjoining, containing altogether 2 acres and a half, situate in the Moat-road, Maidstone, and in the occupation of Mr. Robinson, Varty and others. Also all that messuage (in two dwellings) and garden, lately called and known by the name of Little Crown, situate at the bottom of the High-street of Maidstone, and in the occupation of Charles Day and another. Also all those three brick-built tenements and blacksmith's forge adjoining the sign of the King's Head, in the borough of Westree, in the occupation of John Tabram and others. Also all those two cottages and gardens, situate in Water-lane, in the occupation of William Spencer and Russell. Also all those two pieces of building land, in hand, in lots of 100 feet each, situate on the north and south sides of Brewers-street, in Maidstone aforesaid. Also all that cottage and piece of land, containing about an acre, at Newhythe, near Maidstone, in the occupation of Thomas Duddings and others. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had at the place of sale; of Messrs. Hoare and Neale, solicitors, Maidstone; and of Stevens and Brenchley, 36, Old Jewry.

Child 2: Elizabeth HOADLY

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Elizabeth HOADLY

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Elizabeth HOADLY, 1798, age 22

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Spouse: Charles DAY, 1820, age 45

Name: Elizabeth HOADLY
Sex: Female
Spouse: Charles DAY (1775-1841)
Birth bef 7 Jun 1776 Otham, Kent, England
Not definite that Elizabeth was born in Otham - but I would think it likely.
Christening 7 Jun 1776 (age 0) Parish Church, Otham, Kent4
Death 1 Dec 1825 (age 49) Maidstone, Kent, England

Note on Husband: Samuel HOADLY - shared note

Samuel is cited as having lived at Chart Sutton near Maidstone before his marriage.

Samuel and Elizabeth's wedding was witnessed by Thomes Botten and William Rayner.

Samuel had previously witnessed Thomas' wedding to Elizabeth Collison in 1766.

Both Samuel and Thomas were described in the register as "of the Parish of Chart Sutton"

I have not yet found a record of his baptism in either the Chart Sutton or Otham registers, so it is not yet clear where Samuel was born, or who his parents were.

SoG Ref: Microfilm Number Mf 44Ref: DCb/BT1/178/1741806 Burial Novr 16 Samuel Hoadley

 

Details from the following site:

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/hundred1.html

 

The Hundreds of West Kent

The boundaries of hundreds don't coincide with parish boundaries so parts of a parish may be in more than one hundred. This list gives an indication of the location and approximate area covered by a hundred. West Kent in this context is defined by the area covered by the West Kent Quarter Sessions held at Maidstone.

 

EYHORNE

Bearsted, Bicknor, Boughton Malherbe, Boughton Monchelsea, Bredhurst, Broomfield, Chart Sutton, East Sutton, Frinsted, Harrietsham, Headcorn, Hollingbourne, Hucking, Langley, Leeds, Otham, Otterden, Staplehurst, Stockbury, Sutton Valence, Thurnham, Ulcombe, Wormshill, Wychling

Note on Wife: Elizabeth MILLER - shared note

Photo shows interior of St Nicholas Parish Church Otham Kent where Samuel and Elizabeth were married and buried.

 

SoG Ref:

Microfilm Number Mf 44Ref: DCb/BT1/178/1701802

 

Burial Sepr. 29 Eliz the Wife of Saml. Hoadley

Sources

1Otham Parish Register (Microfilm).
Text From Source: Otham Parish Register Microfilm (Kent County Record Office)
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Otham Parish Register

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Banns of Marriage between
Samuel Hoadly of the Parish of Chart Sutton and
Elizabeth Millar of this Parish were published on
Sun Aug 14 by Mr Weller
on
Sun 21 & on Sun Aug 28 by J. Horne
The said Samuel Hoadly of the Parish of Chart Sutton and the said Elizabeth Millar of this Parish Spinster
were married in this Church by Banns this second Day of September in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Eight by me Wm. Horne Minister
This Marriage was folemnised between Us } Samuel Hoadly
} Elizabeth Miller
In the Prefence of Thomas Botten
William Rayner

No 28
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.
2"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: IGI Individual Record FamilySearchâ„¢ International Genealogical Index v5.0
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Marriage: 02 SEP 1768 St Nicholas, Otham, Kent, England



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3Enrollments of Indentures of Apprentices 1722-1790.
Text From Source: Enrollments of Indentures of Apprentices 1722-1790" Kent County Record Office
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.
4Otham Parish Register (Microfilm).
Text From Source: Otham Parish Register Microfilm (Kent County Record Office)
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.
5Week Street Independent Church Book.
Text From Source: Week Street Independent Church Book (PRO?)
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
6"Marriage Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 26 Nov 1798 William HOADLY & Catherine RHODES" (771).
Text From Source: No: 771
William HOADLY of St George Hanover Square Parish
and Catherine RHODES of St George Hanover Square Parish
were married in this church By Banns
this 26 Day of November in the year 1798
By me J. W. Wickes - A.M. Curate
This marriage was Solemnized between us
William HOADLY and Catherine RHODES
In the presence of Witnesses: F. RHODES,
T. RIDOUT
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Source: Marriage Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 26 Nov 1798 William HOADLY & Catherine RHODES, William Hoadly & Catherine Rhodes St George Hanover Square 1798