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Family of Thomas GUNTER and Hannah ?

Husband: Thomas GUNTER (1759?-1809)
Wife: Hannah ? (1775?-1807)
Children: Mary Ann GUNTER (bef1800-1875)
Thomas John GUNTER (bef1802-bef1802)
Emily GUNTER (bef1804-1874)

Husband: Thomas GUNTER

Name: Thomas GUNTER1
Sex: Male
Father: Thomas GUNTER ( - )
Mother: Mary WATERFALL ( -1764)
Birth 1759 (cal)2
Death 23 Oct 1809 (age 50) Orpington, Kent2
Burial 29 Oct 1809 Orpington, Kent
Orpington Churchyard, Orpington, Kent
Orpington MIs:

51. Mr Thomas GUNTER late of this Parish 23 October 1809 aged 50.

Wife: Hannah ?

Name: Hannah ?1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1775 (cal)2
Death 15 Feb 1807 (age 32) Orpington, Kent2
Cause: Scarlet Fever [Orpington Burial Register]
Burial 22 Feb 1807 Orpington, Kent
Orpington Churchyard, Orpington, Kent
Orpington MIs:

52. Hanner (sic) late wife of Thomas GUNTER of the Parish of Orpington 15 February 1807 aged 32. Also Thomas John Gunter died December 1802 aged 4 months.

Child 1: Mary Ann GUNTER

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Mary Ann GUNTER

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Mary Ann GUNTER, 2007, age 207

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Spouse: Thomas BLACKNEY, 1905, age 90

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Spouse: Thomas BLACKNEY

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Spouse: Thomas BLACKNEY, 2007, age 192

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Spouse: Thomas BLACKNEY, 2007, age 192

Name: Mary Ann GUNTER
Sex: Female
Spouse 1: John WHIGHT (1786-1838)
Spouse 2: Thomas BLACKNEY (c. 1815-1892)
Birth bef 24 Jul 1800 Orpington, Kent
Christening 24 Jul 1800 (age 0) Orpington, Kent
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 35) Chislehurst, Kent3
Chislehurst, Kent
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 50) Chislehurst, Kent4
Brick End Row, Chislehurst, Kent
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 60) Dursley Gloucestershire5
Parsonage Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire
Census 2 Apr 1871 (age 70) Dursley Gloucestershire6
Parsonage Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire
Death 13 May 1875 (age 74) Dursley Gloucestershire

Child 2: Thomas John GUNTER

Name: Thomas John GUNTER1
Sex: Male
Birth bef 29 Aug 1802 Orpington, Kent
Christening 29 Aug 1802 (age 0) Orpington, Kent1
Death bef 7 Dec 1802 (age 4 mns) Orpington, Kent2
Burial 7 Dec 1802 Orpington, Kent
Orpington Churchyard, Orpington, Kent
Orpington MIs:

52. Hanner (sic) late wife of Thomas GUNTER of the Parish of Orpington 15 February 1807 aged 32. Also Thomas John Gunter died December 1802 aged 4 months.

Child 3: Emily GUNTER

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Spouse: Samuel HOADLY

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Spouse: Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

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Spouse: Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

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Spouse: Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

Name: Emily GUNTER
Sex: Female
Spouse: Samuel HOADLY (1804-1865)
Birth bef 5 Feb 1804 Orpington, Kent
Christening 5 Feb 1804 (age 0) Orpington, Kent1
Residence 18 Jun 1827 (age 23) St George Hanover Square, Middlesex7
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 35) Chiswick, Middlesex8
Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick, Middlesex
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 46) St Pancras, Middlesex9
12, Stanhope Place, Saint Pancras, Marylebone, Middlesex
Census 2 Apr 1871 (age 68) Dursley Gloucestershire6
Parsonage Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire
Occupation 2 Apr 1871 (age 67) Annuitant; Dursley Gloucestershire6
Will 23 Mar 1874 (age 70) Peckham, Surrey10
3 Magdala Terrace Denman Road Peckham in the County of Surrey
I Emily Hoadley of number 3 Magdala Terrace Denman Road Peckham in the County of Surrey Widow hereby revoke all former Wills by me heretofore made and declare this to be my last Will and testament.
I appoint my nephew Alfred Blackney of Dursley in the County of Gloucester Executor of this my Will.
I give and bequeath to my niece Elizabeth Katherine Grey my tea service the piece of stair carpet and two pyro silver knives.
I give and bequeath to my nephew Alfred Grey Chambers's Encyclopaedia bound and unbound.
I give and bequeath to my niece Alice Ellinor Boura my rosewood writing desk, the best tea pot and one spoon belonging to the tea caddy, the little leather bag lined with red silk, the silver fruit knife and silver scent box, two pyro silver knives, two silver salt spoons and a mustard spoon.
I give and bequeath to Rosa Blackney the other spoon belonging to the tea caddy and two pyro silver knives.
I give and bequeath to my nephew Alfred Blackney the [Chinese chess men and ?]
I give and bequeath to Edward [Boura?] the other chess board and men and a [bath?]
I give and bequeath to Arthur Charles Boura my leather writing case and cover and any books he likes to select.
I give and bequeath to Emma Pierpoint my large black bag, my tea caddy, two plated table spoons, silver and [?] a dinner service and culinary utensils, a large woollen cape a black silk [dress?] and velvetine [?] and a remnant of black velvetine, two glass salt cellars, the bed room carpet, the metal tea pot and the sum of nineteen guineas.
I give devise and bequeath the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal unto my sister Mary Ann Blackney, and if she be dead then to her daughter Rosa Blackney.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this twenty third day of March one thousand eight hundred and seventy four - Emily Hoadley -
Signed and acknowledged by the said testatrix as and for her last Will and testament in the presence of us both present at the same time who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. The word "three" in the last line on the second page having been first erased and the word "four" written -
Catherine Haisell 3 Magdala Terrace, Denman Road, Peckham -
Wm. Honey 2 Broad Sanctuary, Westminster - Solicitor.

Proved at London 27th April 1874 by the oath of Alfred Blackney the nephew the sole Executor to whom Admon. Was granted.
Death 27 Mar 1874 (age 70) Guy's Hospital11,12
"Of 3 Magdala Terrace, Denman Rd., Peckham, Surrey
Burial 30 Mar 1874 Brompton, Middlesex13,14
Brompton Cemetery, Brompton, Middlesex
Buried by Rev. A. Veysey from Camberwell Church
Burial No: 74928
Grave No: Common Grave AF249.0x67"3
Grave 8ft

Note on Husband: Thomas GUNTER (1) - shared note

The IGI shows a Marian Gunter christened at Orpington on 22 July 1800, daughter of Thomas and Anne Gunter.

Are they related; did Thomas marry twice?

In fact this must be Mary Ann Gunter - and presumably the Anne Gunter is in fact Hannah????

Note on Husband: Thomas GUNTER (2)

Catalogue of Harris Manuscripts relating mainly to Chelsfield 1503-1914

with Index of names, places etc at the end

 

A COTTAGE AND GARDEN IN THE HIGH STREET, ORPINGTON

G 147: 21 March 1722 - Indenture between (i) John Abbott of Lambeth, Surrey, wheelwright and Elizabeth Abbott spinster his only daughter and (ii) James Pope of Woolwich, ropemaker. Lease for a year of a small cottage and garden in Orpington in the occupation of Richard Letts from Christmas 1722 at a peppercorn rent. [128]

 

G 148: 23 March 1722 - Indenture between (i) John Abbott of Lambeth, wheelwright and Elizabeth Abbott spinster his daughter and (ii) John Cotton of Orpington tallow-chandler and James Pope of Woolwich ropemaker. Covenant to levy a Fine before the end of Easter Term next on a messuage and orchard, also a parcel of land of two and a half acres, another parcel of 2 acres and a messuage, all in Orpington, to John Cotton: and on a small cottage and garden in Orpington, in the occupation of Richard Letts, to James Pope [ refers to a Release dated 22 March 1722]. [129

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G 149: 8 August 1723 - Indenture between (i) James Pope of Woolwich, ropemaker and (ii) Thomas Waterfall of Orpington, gardener. Lease for a year of a small cottage intended to be rebuilt into two tenements in Orpington, in the occupation of Richard Letts, from 24 June 1723 for one year at a peppercorn rent. [130]

 

G 150: 9 August 1723 - Indenture between same parties. Release of property in G 149. [131]

 

G 151: 22 September 1763 - Indenture between (i) Thomas Waterfall of Orpington gardener and (ii) Thomas Munn of Hawley in Sutton at Hone, yeoman. Lease for a year of 3 small messuages, late two tenements, in Orpington, at a peppercorn rent. [132]

 

G 152: 23 September 1763 - same parties, Release of property in G 151. [133]

 

G 153: 22 May 1852 - Indenture between (i) Samuel Hoadley of no. 13 Gloucester Place, Camden Town, Middlesex and Emily his wife (ii) Thomas Blackney of Orpington and Mary Ann his wife and (iii) James Fuller Madox of Foots Cray Gentleman. Conveyance of messuage and garden in Orpington. Bounds given. Recites the Will of William Waterfall [see G 155 (iv)] and that his nephew Thomas Gunter had died in November 1809 leaving two surviving children, Emily now wife of Samuel Hoadley and Mary Ann now wife of Thomas Blackney, who were now seized of the premises. [134]

 

G 154: 24 May 1852 - Indenture between (i) James Fuller Madox of Foots Cray gentleman (ii) Thomas Blackney of Orpington wheelwright and wife Mary Ann and (iii) Henry Bowden of Chislehurst Esq. Mortgage of a messuage and garden in Orpington. [135]

 

G 155: 1722 to 1852 - Abstract of Title of Thomas Blackney and Mary Ann his wife to a messuage and premises at Orpington. The title starts with document G 148, and in addition to this and G 149 to G 154, the following documents which have since disappeared from this bundle are abstracted -

(i) 9 August 1723 - Indenture between (i) Mark Fielder of Dartford, salesman (i) James Pope (iii) Thomas Waterfall and (iv) John Chapman of Orpington, collar maker. Recites Indenture of Lease dated 7 July 1701 by John Abbott and his wife Elizabeth (who is since deceased) and a Fine levied whereby for £45 paid to them by Thomas Abbott they conveyed to him and his heirs two messuages in Orpington in the occupation of Jno. Mills and Richard Letts, together with other premises, for 3 years at a peppercorn rent, with proviso for redemption.

(ii) 27 May 1702 - Indenture between (i) the said Thomas Abbott (ii) the said John Abbott and wife Elizabeth and (iii) Thomas Jackson Citizen and wheelwright of London since deceased. Conveyance and Mortgage for a total of £82.9s.0d. on the aforesaid premises for 31 years from 25 March 1702.

Endorsed that Thomas Jackson had died [ no date given] and letters of Administration were granted to his widow Jane Jackson, and that John Cotton of Orpington of Orpington tallow chandler had purchased part of the premises, and James Pope had purchased the cottage in the occupation of Richard Letts. Thomas Waterfall has now [by Indentures 8/9 August 1723] purchased the said cottage from James Pope.

Now in consideration of a payment by Thomas Waterfall and John Chapman, Mark Fielder and James Pope transfer to John Chapman the remainder of the term of 31 years granted in 1702.

(iii) 23 September 1763 - Bond by William Waterfall in the sum of £100 to perform the covenants in document G 152.

(iv) 20 June 1796 - by Will of this date William Waterfall devised (inter alia) all his messuage or tenement in Orpington, in his own occupation, to his nephew Thomas Gunter for life, with remainder to all of his children in equal shares, and failing any such issue then equally to all the children of his two nieces Mary Bromfield, wife of George Bromfield of Shoreham, and Elizabeth the wife of Benjamin Russell of the City of London carpenter. He appointed Thomas Gunter his nephew as his Testator, who proved the Will in the PCC on 13 January 1797. [136]

 

G 155a: 1852 - further Abstract of Title of Thomas and Mary Ann Blackney - recites G 154. Endorsement has sketch plans showing positions of properties. [137]

 

from website: http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/01/CHL/02.htm#Index

Sources

1Church of the Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index (http://www.familysearch.org/).
Text From Source: International Genealogical Index
2"Orpington M Is" (http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/MIsOrpington/MIsOrpington.htm).
Text From Source: 51. Mr Thomas GUNTER late of this Parish 23 October 1809 aged 50.

52. Hanner (sic) late wife of Thomas GUNTER of the Parish of Orpington 15 February 1807 aged 32. Also Thomas John Gunter died December 1802 aged 4 months.
Cit. Date: 8 March 2005. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: 51. Mr Thomas GUNTER late of this Parish 23 October 1809 aged 50.

52. Hanner (sic) late wife of Thomas GUNTER of the Parish of Orpington 15 February 1807 aged 32. Also Thomas John Gunter died December 1802 aged 4 months.
Internet.
3"Census 1841 (Thomas Blackney) Chislehurst, Kent HO107/481/6/42/29".
Text From Source: Thomas Blackney 25 Wheelwright Y
Mary A Blackney 35 Y
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1841 (Thomas Blackney) Chislehurst, Kent HO107/481/6/42/29, Thomas Blackney 41

4"Census 1851 (Thomas Blackney) Chislehurst, Kent HO107/1606/2/497/41".
Text From Source: Thomas Blackney Head Mar 35 Kent Chislehurst
Mary Ann Blackney Wife Mar 50 Kent Orpington
Rosa Blackney Dau 6 Kent Chislehurst
James Blackney Brother Mar 26 Kent Chislehurst
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1851 (Thomas Blackney) Chislehurst, Kent HO107/1606/2/497/41, Thomas Blackney (a) 51

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Source: Census 1851 (Thomas Blackney) Chislehurst, Kent HO107/1606/2/497/41, Thomas Blackney (b) 51

5"Census 1861 (Thomas Blackney) Dursley Gloucestershire RG9/1753/10/13".
Text From Source: Thomas Blackney Head 45 Kent Chislehurst
Mary A. Blackney Wife 60 Kent Orpington
Alfred Blackney Son 19 Kent Chislehurst
Rosa Blackney Daur 17 Kent Chislehurst
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1861 (Thomas Blackney) Dursley Gloucestershire RG9/1753/10/13, Alfred Blackney 61

6"Census 1871 (Mary Ann Blackney) Dursley Gloucestershire RG10/2594/17/26".
Text From Source: Thomas Blackney Head Mar 55 Kent Chislehurst
Mary A Blackney Wife Mar 70 Kent Orpington
Alfred Blackney Son Un 29 Kent Chislehurst
Rosa Blackney Dau Un 27 Kent Chislehurst
Emily Hoadley Sister-in-Law W 68 Kent Orpington
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1871 (Mary Ann Blackney) Dursley Gloucestershire RG10/2594/17/26, Emily Hoadly 71

7"Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 18 Jun 1827 Samuel HOADLY & Emily GUNTER" (502).
Text From Source: Marriage solemnized in the Parish of St George Hanover Square in the Year 1827
Samuel HOADLY of this Parish
Emily GUNTER of St George Hanover Square Parish
were married in this church By Licence by Consent of
their parents this 18 Day of
June in the year 1827
By me Evan Nepean - A.M. Curate
This marriage was Solemnized between us
Samuel HOADLY and Emily GUNTER
In the presence of Witnesses: Edward WHIGHT,
Edward WHIGHT,
Mary Ann GUNTER,
Mary DUNN,
William HOADLY,
Sarah DEVONSHIRE
No: 502
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Source: Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 18 Jun 1827 Samuel HOADLY & Emily GUNTER, Samuel Hoadly & Emily Gunter St George Hanover Square 1827

8"Census 1841 (Samuel Hoadly) Chiswick, Middlesex HO107/689/1/8/10".
Text From Source: Samuel Hoadly 35 Auctioneer No
Emily Hoadly 35 No
Sarah Wight 70 Ind. Yes
Lucy Phillips 20 F.S. Yes
John Wimbridge 40 Ind. No
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1841 (Samuel Hoadly) Chiswick, Middlesex HO107/689/1/8/10, Samuel Hoadly 41

9"(Samuel Hoadly) Census 1851 St Pancras, Middlesex HO107/1493/793/77" (HO107/1493/793/77).
Text From Source: Name,Relation,Married?,Sex,Age,Occupation,Born,Infirmity
Samuel HOADLY,Head,Mar,M,45,Auctioneer,Maidstone, Kent,
Emily HOADLY,Wife,Mar,F,46,,Chislehurst, Kent,
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Source: (Samuel Hoadly) Census 1851 St Pancras, Middlesex HO107/1493/793/77, Samuel Hoadly 51

10Will.
Text From Source: Wills (Somerset House, Strand, London)
Copy in possession of Graham Hoadly.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: I Emily Hoadley of number 3 Magdala Terrace Denman Road Peckham in the County of Surrey Widow hereby revoke all former Wills by me heretofore made and declare this to be my last Will and testament.
I appoint my nephew Alfred Blackney of Dursley in the County of Gloucester Executor of this my Will.
I give and bequeath to my niece Elizabeth Katherine Grey my tea service the piece of stair carpet and two pyro silver knives.
I give and bequeath to my nephew Alfred Grey Chambers's Encyclopaedia bound and unbound.
I give and bequeath to my niece Alice Ellinor Boura my rosewood writing desk, the best tea pot and one spoon belonging to the tea caddy, the little leather bag lined with red silk, the silver fruit knife and silver scent box, two pyro silver knives, two silver salt spoons and a mustard spoon.
I give and bequeath to Rosa Blackney the other spoon belonging to the tea caddy and two pyro silver knives.
I give and bequeath to my nephew Alfred Blackney the [Chinese chess men and ?]
I give and bequeath to Edward [Boura?] the other chess board and men and a [bath?]
I give and bequeath to Arthur Charles Boura my leather writing case and cover and any books he likes to select.
I give and bequeath to Emma Pierpoint my large black bag, my tea caddy, two plated table spoons, silver and [?] a dinner service and culinary utensils, a large woollen cape a black silk [dress?] and velvetine [?] and a remnant of black velvetine, two glass salt cellars, the bed room carpet, the metal tea pot and the sum of nineteen guineas.
I give devise and bequeath the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal unto my sister Mary Ann Blackney, and if she be dead then to her daughter Rosa Blackney.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this twenty third day of March one thousand eight hundred and seventy four - Emily Hoadley -
Signed and acknowledged by the said testatrix as and for her last Will and testament in the presence of us both present at the same time who in her presence at her request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. The word "three" in the last line on the second page having been first erased and the word "four" written -
Catherine Haisell 3 Magdala Terrace, Denman Road, Peckham -
Wm. Honey 2 Broad Sanctuary, Westminster - Solicitor.

Proved at London 27th April 1874 by the oath of Alfred Blackney the nephew the sole Executor to whom Admon. Was granted.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
11Ibid.
12"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Hoadley, Emily
Record Type: Deaths
Age at death: 70
Quarter: March
Year: 1874
District: St Olave Southwark
County: London Surrey
Volume: 1d
Page: 131
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
13"Brompton Cemetery Records" (Brompton Cemetery Burial Register).
Deceasedonline.com. Web: Deceasedonline.co.uk.
14"Emily Hoadly Burial Record".
Emily, curiously, appears not to have been buried with her husband, Samuel Hoadly, but in an unmarked common grave nearby his burial plot in Brompton Cemetery.
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Source: Emily Hoadly Burial Record, Emily Hoadly Burial Reg 1874