Conly, Constable and Conway of Tetbury in 1735

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Comely, Conly

The Hearth Tax at Tetbury
A charge on the number of stoves, hearths in each home
Oct 1672 Richard Conly 1 hearth, Poor Discharge Certificate
Hearth Tax families in nearby places
1671 Horsley John Conly Exempt

In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
D 566 L 7/8 05-Oct 1722 Katharin Comely and Hunt's wench was given a room at the Alms House when it first opened.


Katharin Conly was buried 17290305.

Constable

George Constable wed Elizabeth Hickols 22 Oct 1657
William Constable wed Ester Pritcharte 28 Dec 1668
Mary Constable wed William Smith 18 Oct 1680
William Constable wed clandestinely 1695
Mary Constable wed John Brassington 17 Nov 1703
Hester Constable wed John King 1 Jan 1712

Will of George Constable 1680/43

Will written on 28 Jan 1679
Leaves his house to his wife and appoints her sole executrix
Appears to leave a second house, for his children to live for two years in, consecutively, naming first Thomas, then John, Edward, Ann, George, Joane and Mary

In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
P328a OV 4/1 09-Sep 1689 William Constable served as Apprentice to James Walkly
P328a OV 4/1 12-Feb 1695 Charles Constable served as Apprentice to Francis Buckingham
P328a OV 4/2 14-Nov 1709 Charles Constable als Foster served as Apprentice to Dame Margery Carpenter
D 566 B 19 The Tetbury Survey 6 May 1698 copied 1718 Page 07, Ann Constable dwelling 10-0-0
D 566 R 1/6 23-Apr 1725 Jane Constable als Foster, received 1/- from Madam Hodges Charity of 10 pound for the Poor
D 566 R 1/6 23-Apr 1725 Thomas Constable wife received 2/6 from Madam Hodges Charity of 10 pound for the Poor
D 566 L 7/8 24-Dec 1731 Richard Constable received 2-10-0 Thomas Cleaver boy's apprentice money
D 566 M3 1734 Indentures cost 7/- for Master Richard Constable teaching Thomas Constable
D 566 M3 1734 Trustees provided clothes for poor Apprentices made by Richard Hearding Thomas Constable given clothes cost 1-17-0
D 566 M3 1734 Indentures cost 7/- for Apprentice Thomas Constable with Richard Constable


At Tetbury 1735-6, ages to Dec 31, 1735.
Hannah 60
William 62, his wife Mary 55 and daughter Martha 25
Richard 35, his wife Hester 33, his son John 5 and his Servant.
George 32, his wife Anne 30, his three children Francis 6, Joseph 3 and Anne infant, and one Lodger.
Not in Census Thomas's widow 31, and son John 7


Court Leet Roll 1735 - George p5, Richard p13, Thomas p14, William p3

Ted Prince research for 1735
The Overseers paid Richard for shoes twice in 1735.

Census at Tetbury, 1735-6.
Constable HannahHouse 23.09 She 1675- ch1
Constable William House 4.15&w 1cd pr3
He 1673-49 Mary 1680-46 Martha 1710-
Constable Richard House 22.15 &w 1cd sv1 - ch4
He 1700-72 Hester 1702-80 John 1730-91
Constable George House 12.13 &w 3cd lg1 ch6
He 1703-73 Anne 1705-76
Francis 1729 Joseph 1732- Anne 1735-

In Tetbury Trustee or Town Records, after 1735.
D566 B 2/14 24-Dec 1737 Constable received a coat made by John Mitchell
D 566 M3 1746 - 417 members of the Court Leet Page 6 Richard Constable, Page 3 William Constable
D 566 R 1/22 26-Dec 1749 Widow Constable received 1/- of the annual Langstrom and Maltby Charity money
D 566 M3 1752 Leather Sealers of the Court Richard Constable
D 566 M3 1753 Wardsman of the Court Richard Constable
D 566 M4 - 1754 439 members of the Court Leet Page 3.1 George Constable, Page 6.1 John Constable
D 566 M4 - 1754 Ale Taster of the Court John Constable
D 566 M3 1754 Leather Sealers of the Court Richard Constable
D 566 M4 - 1754 18 members of the Foreign Jury Richard Constable
D 566 M4 - 1754 439 members of the Court Leet Page 6.1 Richard Constable
D 566 M4 - 1754 Leather Sealers of the Court Richard Constable
D 566 R 2/2 04-Apr 1754 Richard Constable paid 2/6, attended second meeting of Society to raise money to build new church
D 566 M5 - 1755 20 members of the Foreign Jury Richard Constable
D 566 M5 - 1762 507 members of the Court Leet Page 3.2 George Constable, Page 6.2 John Constable, Page 6.1 Richard Constable
D 566 R 1/7 28-Apr 1767 John Constable Page 2a, signed at a Vestry compaining about too many cattle in the Warren

In Overseers Records, P328a OV 2/1, 1736-49
1742-3, Page 63 Child of Martha Constable Ann Stratford's monthly list of Workhouse members April 26 - May 24, 1742 on Page
1742-3, Page 112 Child of Martha Constable Payments each 4 weeks and family 03-00 Page 3 Hannah Constable Extra Payments widow given to redeem her goods 04-00
1742-3, Page 70 Hannah Constable caring for William Cary's child Receive Monthly allowance, beginning April 26 - May 24, 1742 on Page 04-00
Page 302 Hannah Constable took over Workhouse 27-Nov 1745
Page 378 Hannah Constable Workhouse for 2 weeks 20-Oct 1746
Page 407 Hannah Constable widow 06-Apr 1747
Feb Hannah Constable Extra Payments in sickness 00-01-06
Feb Hannah Constable Extra Payments in sickness 00-02-06
Page 3 John Constable Payments each 4 weeks 00-01-06
1742-3, Page 65 John Constable Apr-May 01-00 1742-3, Page 71 John Constable Receive Monthly allowance, 04-00
January John Constable Extra Payments in sickness
Martha Constable Ann Stratford's monthly list of Workhouse members child
Page 149 Richard Constable paid 01-08 for shoes for Elizabeth Bolton 01-Aug 1743
January Richard Constable Extra Payments linen for clothes for poor 00-09-09
1742-3, Page 65 Widow Hannah Constable Receive Monthly allowance, beginning April 26 - May 24, 1742 on Page 04-00 Page 2 William Constable Payments each 4 weeks wife anf family at Bristol 16-00
Page 407 William Constable receive an allowance each 4 weeks 06-Apr 1747
Page 534 William Constable in Workhouse list 18-Apr 1748

In Overseers Records, reference P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59
On 01-May 1749 Richard Constable Workhouse resident
On 01-May 1749 Widow Constable received 4/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 24-Jul 1749 William Constable buried
On 04-Feb 1754 Hannah Constable was paid 2/6
On 04-Feb 1754 Hannah Constable Workhouse resident
On 04-Mar 1754 Hannah Constable doctor cost 2/-
On 04-Mar 1754 Richard Constable his Bill 13/6
On 01-Apr 1754 Hannah Constable Workhouse resident
On 22-Apr 1754 John Constable signed Overseers agreement on hehalf of his father Richard
On 22-Apr 1754 Richard Constable Overseer 1754-5
On 20-May 1754 Hannah Constable Workhouse resident
On 17-Jun 1754 Richard Constable Overseer for 1754-5
On 15-Jul 1754 Richard Constable his Bill 1-1-0
On 09-Sep 1754 Hannah Constable burial 12/1
On 09-Sep 1754 Hannah Constable cost 2/6 to have her bedding washed
On 06-Apr 1755 Mr Constable his Bill 7/10
On 06-Apr 1755 Richard Constable cost of taking him to Milburn 2/1
On 06-Apr 1755 Richard Constable his examination at Stroud and other costs 1-0-1
On 06-Apr 1755 Richard Constable cost of his licence and marriage 1-17-0
On 23 Jan 1758 Hannah Constable was paid 4/-
On 23 Jan 1758 Jane Constable bastard received 4/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 11 Dec 1758 Jane Constable bastard received 4/- allowance each 4 weeks

Bigland recorded
Tomb in the churchyard, headstones,
John Constable died 7 Jan 1791 aged 61
Elizabeth, his wife, died 13 Apr 1784, aged 54
Ann, their daughter, died 28 Nov 1769 aged 2
Esther, their daughter, died 24 Nov 1771 aged 14

Charles Constable, son of William Constable was placed as Apprentice with Master Francis Buckingham and his wife Elizabeth to teach him the trade of Gardener reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 12-Feb 1695

Charles Constable als Foster, a poor child, was Apprenticed to Margery Carpenter, Widow of North Nibley and her daughter Deborah Carpenter spinster, as a rugmaker, who received the sum of 50/-, part of the money raised for this purpose, reference P328a OV 4/2 dated 14-Nov 1709.
Is he Charles son of Charles Constable baptised 11 Jul 1693?
This is the only Apprenticeship Indenture linking a Dame and Apprentice, in the examples from Tetbury

George Constable 1703 - 17730728, married 17291003 to Ann Webb 1705 - 17760116, they baptised Francis 17281207, Joseph 17320727, Anne 17350403 and buried Jane 17380913.
On 17 July 1735 George assisted Ann James with her husband's Intestate Agreement.

Hannah Constable, widow, was buried 17540828.

John Constable baptised his son John 17280512.

John Constable 17300426 - 17910107, son of Richard, and his wife Elizabeth Felton 17300220 - 17840413 daughter of Anthony, who married 17541107, have Bigland Memorials for themselves and 2 of their 9 children. - Richard 17550905, Hester 1757 - 17711126 aged 14, Mary 17590607, John 17610115, Elizabeth 17630120, Jane 17650301, Ann 17671112 lived 2 years and buried the day Thomas was baptised, Thomas 17691130 and James 17710718.

Martha Constable baptised her base born daughter Anne 17390809 who was buried 17410602

Richard Constable received 2-10-0 Thomas Cleaver boy's apprentice money reference D 566 L 7/8 dated 24-Dec 1731
Indentures cost 7/- for Master Richard Constable teaching Thomas Cleaver reference D 566 M3 1734

Richard Constable 17000218 - 17720403 aged 72, son of Thomas and married 17250502 to Hester Hall 17020221 - 17800206, daughter of John. They baptised William 17260701 lived 12 weeks, Richard 17290102 lived 3 weeks, John 17300426, Mary 17321012 lived 3 months, Hester 17340620 lived 8 months, Hesther 17360708, Mary 17390304 lived 3 years and Martha 17400817.

Will of Richard Constable 1772/20

Will Proved 13 June 1772 leaves his son John and daughters Esther White and Martha Bailey 20 pounds apiece. He appoints his wife Esther Constable sole executrix and gives her all the residue and remainder of his estate.


Thomas Constable is referred to as a tenant of a house leased by Robert Wilkins, reference D566 T 2/2 dated 25 Mar 1733

Thomas Constable 16700728 - 17351203, son of William, and his widow Martha 1673 - 17410602, baptised Thomas 16970720, Richard 17000218, William 17020406 and buried Edward 17120810.

Thomas Constable 16970720 - 17350422 son of Thomas, baptised John 17280512, and buried Thomas 17320102 and George 17320123.

Thomas Constable baptised Ann Gaye 17430312.

Thomas Constable given clothes cost 1-17-0 by Trustees who provided clothes for poor Apprentices made by Richard Hearding reference D 566 M3 1734
Indentures cost 7/- for Apprentice Thomas Constable with Richard Constable reference D 566 M3 1734

William Constable, son of William Constable aged about 14 was placed as Apprentice with Master James Walkly to teach him the trade of Worsted comber reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 9-Sep 1689

William Constable buried his wife 17030228, and was himself buried 17121212.

William Constable born about 1698, married on 17231222 to Mary Cox and buried his son William 17310517.
William Constable buried his wife Mary 17460117, and his widow Hannah was buried 17680627, aged 68.
William Constable was buried 17491101.


Mary Constable left a Will Proved in 1836, reference number 1836/155

Conway

Sarah Conway was buried 17120525.

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