Iles, Ind and Ing of Tetbury in 1735

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Iles

Susanna Iles wed William Jonsons 26 Nov 1632
William Ible wed Catherine Newman 30 Jan 1633
Susanna Iles wed John Wels 23 Sep 1639
Sarah Iles wed William Wayte 27 Aug 1661
Mary Iles wed William Galpin 29 Mar 1687
Thomas Iles wed Margaret Wells 7 Oct 1694

The Hearth Tax at Tetbury
A charge on the number of stoves, hearths in each home
Oct 1671, Oct 1672 Mary Iles 4 hearths Little Silver Street
Oct 1671, Oct 1672 Widow Iles 1 hearth Little Silver Street
Hearth Tax families in nearby places
1671 Avening John Iles Discharged
1671, 1672 Minchinhampton John Iles 5 hearths
1671, 1672 Minchinhampton John Iles Discharged
1671, 1672 Shipton Thomas Iles 2 hearths

In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
D 566 B 19 The Tetbury Survey 6 May 1698 copied 1718 Page 15, Thomas Iles dwelling 3-0-0
Page 16, Thomas Iles house 3-0-0
Page 01, Thomas Iles ground owned by Gastrell


The Wills left by Thomas, Mary and Hester suggest the Iles family of Tetbury begins with Thomas born about 1590, married about 1615 and died 1662. One son and eight daughters reached adulthood and seven of the daughters married. At least three (William, Susanna and Elizabeth) left grand children (according to Hester Windham's Will)

In Overseers Records, P328a OV 2/1, 1736-49
Poor relief Rate, 20 Jul 1742, Page 51 the Iles House 1-10-00

Not in Records, reference P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59


Bigland recorded
On a Brass Plate in the Chancel, of the Old Church.
Mr Thomas Iles, Minister, died 22 Jany 1663.
Mary, his daughter, who died 12 May 1691.
Sarah, his wife, who died July 1665.
Esther Windham, their daughter, who died Aug, 1702.

Will of Thomas Iles, Vicar of Tetbury, 1662/208

Will written on 14 Feb 1662, and is Proved on 18 Feb 1662 (Old dates)
To daughter Mary Iles, the house in Tetbury he lives in, and make her sole executor
Gives sums to each of his children, Sarah, wife of William Wayte, William, Susanna wife of John Wels, Hester wife of Humphry Windham, Hannah wife of Samuel Sheppard, Rebecca wife of Edward Gardner, Elizabeth wife of Charles Storke, and Lidia


The IGI lists the surname Iles with 'Hill'
Thomas Iles baptised Mary 21 Sep 1618 and Sarah 5 Dec 1635 at Minchinhampton,
Hannah 30 Jun 1625, Susanna 6 Oct 1631 and Lydia 15 Sep 1633 at Tetbury
I could not see baptisms for William, Elizabeth, Hester, or Rebecca, did not look for other children
Sarah Iles wed at Tetbury on 17 Aug 1661 to William Wayte of Malmsbury
Mary Iles (daughter of William) wed at Tetbury on 29 March 1687 to William Galpin.

Will of Mary Iles 1694/117

Will written on 10 May 1689, and is Proved on 9 May 1694
To my sister Hester Windham, my dwelling house.
To my five sisters Sarah Wayte, widow, Hannah Sheppard widow, Elizabeth wife of Charles Stock clark, Deborah Gardner widow, and Lydia wife of William Dutton the sums of 5 shillings a year
To Mary Galpin wife of William Galpin who was the daughter of William my brother, 5 pounds
All the rest to Hester Windham and appoint her my sole executrix


In Records, reference P328a OV 2/1, 1741-3
1742-3 Ratepayers in Tetbury rate set at two shillings in the Pound,
Page 51 Occupier of Iles House 1-10-00


Thomas Iles 1670 - 17230812, wed 7 Oct 1694 to Margaret Wells 1672 - 17270512, baptised Edward 17000419 - 17250110 aged 24, buried Child 17020417, baptised Mary 17040629 lived 5 days, and Thomas 17061025 buried 17100710.

William Iles wed 30 Oct 1800 to Mary Waight, both of Tetbury.


Although the family of Thomas Iles who died 1662 appears to leave no grand children with the surname Iles, John Iles of Tetbury left a Will in 1852, reference 1852/55

Ind

Cicely End wed Nathaniel Carter 1 May 1661
Robert Ind wed Mary Brasington 6 Feb 1695
Ann Ind wed Philip Purnell 3 June 1700
Robert Ind wed Ann Stowars 13 Dec 1702

The Hearth Tax at Tetbury
A charge on the number of stoves, hearths in each home
Oct 1671 Ambrose Inne 2 hearths Page 1
Oct 1671 Robert Inne 2 hearths Page 1
Oct 1672 Robert Ind 4 hearths West Street

In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
P328a OV 4/1 27-Jan 1686 Robert Ind Master to Apprentice John Turner
P328a OV 4/1 17-Oct 1691 William Ind served as Apprentice to Daniel Bayly
P328a OV 4/1 09-Jun 1692 Ambrose Ind served as Apprentice to Robert Ind
P328a OV 4/1 09-Jun 1692 Robert Ind Master to Apprentice Ambrose Ind
P328a OV 4/1 13-Feb 1692 Robert Ind Master to Apprentice Joseph Jones
D 566 L 3/2 24-Oct 1700 Robert Ind signed the Deed of protest against the 13
D 566 B 19 The Tetbury Survey 6 May 1698 copied 1718
Page 07, Nicholas Ind dwelling 10-0-0
Page 07, Robert Ind Junior 5-0-0
Page 12, Robert Ind houses 12-0-0
Page 12, Robert Ind son's new house 4-0-0
Page 11, Widow Ind rent house owned by Eli Horrell
P328a OV 7/24, in Workhouse Nov 5th, 1725 William Ind's Child
P328a OV 4/2 27-Dec 1726 Rebecca Ind served as Apprentice to John Rice
D 566 M3 1734 boy Ind given clothes cost 1-1-7, Trustees provided clothes for poor Apprentices made by Richard Harding


At Tetbury 1735-6, ages to Dec 31, 1735.
Ambrose 32, his wife 30, his two children Thomas 5 and John 2, and his Lodger
Edward 31, his wife Jone 28, his four children Robert 8, Richard 7, Edward 3 and Joseph 1, and his servant
Elizabeth 35, and her daughter Mary 7
Not in Census John 55, Ann 53, and Robert 24,
Ambrose's mother Mary 60 - and sister Mary 30.


Court Leet Roll 1735 - Ambrose p8, Edward p9 (Foreign Jury)

Ted Prince research for 1735
Elizabeth Ind
On 31 May 1735 the Overseers paid her 1s 6d for attending Prudence Lane

Census at Tetbury, 1735-6.
Ind Ambrose House 12.10 &w ** 2cd - lg2 pr6
He 1703-42Mary 1705-46Thomas 1730-36 John 1733-43
Ind EdwardHouse 16.20&w 4cd - sv1 ch7
He 1704-76Jone 1707-66
Robert 1727- Richard 1729 - 36 Edward 1733-36 Joseph 1735-82
End Elizabeth House 19.11 *1cd - ch1 ba1
She 1700 - 55 Mary 1728 - 41

In Tetbury Trustee or Town Records, after 1735.
D 566 M3 1737, 1742 Leather Sealers of the Court Edward Ind
D 566 B 2/5 - 1746 Edward Ind paid to the Trustees 3-15-0 for 2 years toll rent for pigs and sheep D 566 M4 1746 417 members of the Court Leet Page 10 Edward Ind, Page 9 Robert Ind
D 566 M3 1746 Foreign Jury signed Edward Ind
D 566 M4 1747 Leather Sealers of the Court Edward Ind
D 566 R 1/22 26-Dec 1749 Ann Ind Widow, received 1/- of the annual Langstrom and Maltby Charity money D 566 M4 1749 Leather Sealers of the Court Edward Ind
D 566 M4 - 1754 439 members of the Court Leet Page 6.1 Edward Ind, Page 5.2 Robert Ind
D 566 M5 - 1755 20 members of the Foreign Jury Edward Ind
D 566 M5 - 1762 507 members of the Court Leet Page 6.1 Edward Ind, Page 7.1 James Ind, Page 6.1 Robert Ind
D 566 M5 - 1764 16 members of the Foreign Jury James Ind
D 566 R 1/7 Dec 1767 Robert Innd received 6d at Christmas inside Column 2, Langstom and Maltby Charity,
D 566 R 1/7 Dec 1773 Robert Innd received 6d at Christmas inside Column 1, Langstom and Maltby Charity

In Overseers Records, P328a OV 2/1, 1736-49
13-Dec 1741, Page 2 Ann Ind at Workhouse
16-Dec 1741 4 Ambrose Ind 06-00
16-Dec 1741 5 Elizabeth Ind 00-01-06
Poor relief Rate, 20 Jul 1742, Page 53 Edward Ind 2-80-00
24-May 1742, Page 63 Ann Ind Workhouse
24-May 1742, Page 65 Ambrose Ind 04-00 Receive Monthly allowance,
24-May 1742, Page 66 Ambrose Ind Coffin and funeral for 11-09
24-May 1742, Page 66 Widow Ind Witnessed Oath 01-00
24-May 1742, Page 70 Elizabeth Ind 04-00 Receive Monthly allowance,
21-Jun 1742, Page 71 Edward Ind Account 1-04-06
06-Dec 1742, Page 100 Widow Ind To Mrs Morse for delivering of a child 02-06
28-Mar 1742 Old Date), Page 112 Widow Ind Laying out child 03-00
05-May 1746, Page 357 Mary Ind funeral costs
05-May 1746, Page 357 Mary Ind given 03-06 she and her children ill in a fever
30-Jun 1746, Page 364 Elizabeth Ind Widow, nursed by Catherine Holliday
15-Dec 1746, Page 387 Mary Ind child, Workhouse resident
06-Apr 1747, Page 406 Mary Ind child, Workhouse resident
06-Apr 1747, Page 408 Ann Ind receive an allowance each 4 weeks
06-Apr 1747, Page 408 Elizabeth Ind receive an allowance each 4 weeks
06-Apr 1747, Page 409 Elizabeth Ind nursed Widow Turk
Apr 1747, Page 422 Edward Ind Ratepayer of Tetbury
14-Dec 1747, Page 466 Samuel Ind received shoes made by James Warn

In Overseers Records, reference P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59
On 01-May 1749 Ann Ind received 4/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 01-May 1749 Elizabeth Ind received 1/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 01-May 1749 Mary Ind child Workhouse resident
On 04-Feb 1754 Ann Ind received 5/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 04-Feb 1754 Elizabeth Ind ill, doctor was paid 1/6
On 20-May 1754 Elizabeth Ind received 4/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 17-Jun 1754 Robert Ind ill, received 3/-
Rate set at 4/- in the Pound, listing by streets is new in 1754
7 Church Street Upwards Edward Ind 1-7-0 house
114 Long Street, downwards Robert Ind 0-16-0 for Mr Giles'

On 23 Jan 1758 Ann Ind received 6/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 16 Feb 1758 Robert Ind received 1/-
On 11 Dec 1758 Ann Ind received 6/- allowance each 4 weeks

Mary Ind, daughter of Edward, may be living with widowed Elizabeth.

Ambrose Ind, a Poor child of Tetbury, Apprentice with Master Robert Ind and his wife Abigail to teach him the trade of Slater als Tyler reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 9-Jun 1692
boy Ind given clothes cost 1-1-7 made by Richard Hearding D 566 M3

Ambrose Ind, a Presbyterian, 17031029 - 17420511, son of Robert, married on 17290622 to Mary Stancomb, baptised 17000201, daughter of Richard and Hannah Witcomb, and buried 17460421. Ambrose Ind buried Thomas 17360121. Widowed Mary buried John 17430308 and Thomas 17430601.

Edward Ind 17040313 - 17760908, son of Robert, aged 72, married 17261009 to Joan Smith, 1707 - 17660622 aged 59 and baptised Robert 17270801, twins 17281202 Ann lived 4 days and Mary buried 17411019 lived 13 years, Richard Garroway born 4am Nov 11 baptised the next day 17291112 - 17360425 lived 7 years, Thomas 17311030 - 17330210 lived 16 months, Edward 17330904 - 17360512 (3 weeks after Richard) lived 2 years, Joseph 17350731 - 17820208 aged 47, Edward 17370811 - 17380228 lived 6 months, James 17390128, John 17421111 lived 3 weeks, Joan 17431218 - 17451107 lived 2 years, Mary 17460428, Sarah 17480429 lived a month, Elizabeth 17490727, Hester 17520621 - 17540827 lived 2 years, and Edward 17560503.
16 children were born and 6 survived - Robert, Joseph, James, Mary, Elizabeth and last child Edward.

Edward Ind wed 20 Jan 1791 to Sarah Cooper

Elizabeth Ings, widow, was buried 17301229.

Elizabeth is called Elizabeth End in the Census, and buried as Elizabeth Ind, widow, 1700 - 17550905. She may be the widow of William, whose daughter Ann died of Small Pox, and was buried 17230326, thus giving her mother immunity and enabling her to be a nurse.

James Ind Master for apprentice William Bugg learning the trade of Basket maker reference Kew Public Records Office IR 1 54 dated 10-Nov 1760

James Ind 17390128 son of Edward, Breeches Maker, married 17600623 to Edith Rudge 17310926 - 17870801, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Butler. He baptised James 17640322, Jone 17660527, Mary 17680502 and Thomas 17700104.

John Ind 1680-, buried his son 17180126 and received stockings in 1735, with Elizabeth Terrel and others. Joseph Ind wed 4 Nov 1778 to Ann Whitehead, by licence.
Nicholas Ind was buried 17130404 and Widow Ind, who was buried 17150426, may have been his wife.

Rebecca Ind, daughter of William Ind deceased of Tetbury, was Apprenticed by the Churchwardens and Overseers, to John Rice and Sarah his wife, reference P328a OV 4/2 dated 27-Dec 1726

Robert Ind Master and his wife Abigail to teach trade of Slater to apprentice John Turner, a Poor child of Tetbury reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 27-Jan 1686

Robert Ind Master, and his wife Abigail to teach trade of Slater als Tyler for apprentice Ambrose Ind, a Poor child of Tetbury reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 9-Jun 1692

Robert Ind Junior, a Tyler, Master for apprentice Joseph Jones, a Poor child of Tetbury reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 13-Feb 1692

Robert Ind was buried 17031203
Robert Ind baptised Robert 17040313.

Widow Ind was buried 17071014 and a second Widow Ind was buried 17110408.

Will of Robert Inn 1706/120

Intestate statement by Abigail Inn, relict of Robert. Written in Latin

Will of Abigail Ind 1711/82

Will signed 28 March 1711
To my daughter Abigail wife of Robert Croch, one shilling
I appoint my daughter in law Mary Ind, widow, my sole executrix and give her all my goods, after paying my just debts and expenses


Robert Ind 1670 - 17321207, married 16960206 to Mary Brassington 1675-, and baptised Abigail 16961223, Mary 16990511 died, Robert 17011129 died, Ambrose 17031029, Mary 17051231, buried a Child 17071229, baptised Robert 17110318, buried Child 17140503 and two children, possibly twins buried 17161220 and 3 days later then buried daughter Ann 17231107.
Anne, widow of Robert, 1682 - 17640126 was buried aged 82.
11 children and 4 survived.

Robert Ind (baptised 1704, posthumas son of Robert?) baptised Edward 17270801.

Robert Ind 17110318, son of Robert, married 17361017 to Jane Jones of Coates, who was buried as Jane Jones 17420726.
Robert buried John 17440810 then baptised Ann 17450702, John 17480402, Mary 17510426, Sarah 17540512 and Robert 17560923 - 17581029.

William Ind, a Poor child of Tetbury, son of Alice Ind, Apprentice with Master Daniel Bayly, and his wife Mary to teach him the trade of Woolcomber reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 17-Oct 1691


Robert Ind left a Will in 1820, reference 1820/193

Thomas Ind left a Will in 1856, reference 1856/126


Robert Ind born 1670 Tetbury was the son of Ambrose Ind.(This family is referred to in the 1735 Census) Edward born 1703 Tetbury was the son of Robert Ind and Mary Brasington.
James, born 1737/9 Tetbury was the son of Edward Ind and Joan Smith.
Robert, born 1772 Tetbury, was the son of James Ind and Edith Rudge.
I believe that John was the son of Robert Ind and Ann Parsons, born Avening 1794.
My Ind ancestor George Ind was born in Tetbury in 1819 to John Ind and Ann ?.
My problem is that John Ind and his son George were convicted of lamb stealing in 1842. John sentenced to 18 months hard labour at the new prison Devizes. George was sentenced to be transported for 7 years. He was in prison in Tiverton, then Pentonville and finally exiled to Australia in 1845. I can find no trace of the family in Tetbury after 1842. I know that George had at least one brother Thomas. George was also probably married in Gloucester. His shipping records indicate that he was married and there is a staged wedding in Victoria in 1850.
He worked on the Henty property in Merino Downs, near Hamilton until the early 1850's.
Cheers Annette Beasley (now lost as email bounced) in Melbourne, Australia


wrote on 21 Oct 2005

I have been perusing your Tetbury geocities web site and noticed a request from Annette Beasley for information about the English side of the Ind family descended from George Ind who was exiled to Australia from Lacock, Wiltshire in 1843. Could you let me know her email address? Because William Ind (George's son by his first wife Rebecca) is my great grandfather and I could probably answer many of Annette's queries. Best regards, Patrick McMillan UK

Ing

John Ing buried his wife 17080821,
John Ings wed Elizabeth Smith 18 June 1709

John Ing was in the group of 43 who attended the Court Leet dinner at the 3 Cups on 10-Oct 1715

John Ing was himself buried 17180126.
In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
D 566 B 19 The Tetbury Survey 6 May 1698 copied 1718
Page 16, John Ing 2 houses 4-0-0

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