People of Tetbury in 1735

Mabatt, MacBligh, MacBride, Madrill, Mainard, Maisey, Major, Makelah, Mallard, Man,

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Mabatt

Mary Mabatt named Joseph Watts as father of her female basard reference P328a OV 5/4 dated 5-Dec 1783

MacBligh, McBride

In Overseers Records, reference P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59
On 20-May 1754 MacBride family received 16/6 allowance each 4 weeks
On 17-Jun 1754 MacBride family received 16/- paid to Sarah Clements as their allowance for 4 weeks
On 23 Jan 1758 MacBride family received 13/6 allowance each 4 weeks
13 Nov 1758 MacBride 3 chn in group of 17 under Elizabeth Holt's care, she was paid 4-7-10 for 4 weeks.
22 Apr 1759 MacBride 3 chn in group of 14 under Elizabeth Holt's care, she was paid 2-9-0 for 3 weeks.

In Tetbury Trustee or Town Records, after 1735.
D 566 M5 - 1762 507 members of the Court Leet Page 7.1 John MacBride

John McBligh, an Excise man, baptised Mary 17440316, John 17450301, Ann 17480118, and Thomas 17510221. John buried his wife Ann 17510523, and son Thomas 17520725.

Ann Macbright baptised her daughter Mary on 17730410
John Macbright baptised Hester 17750126

Machin

In Records, reference P328a OV 2/1, 1741-3
Ratepayers in Upton rate set at two shillings in the Pound,
Page 57 Mr Machin 25-00-00

Madrill

Sarah Madrill married on 17510127 to Jacob Wiltshire

Mainard

John Mainard, of Ashby-oo-la-Zouch, was buried on 17271012.

Maisey, Maisy, Maysey, Maizey, Maizy

Men of 1608 - Matthew Maisy Mercier, short, 20y, John Mady Painter, short, 40y

At Tetbury 1735-6, ages to Dec 31, 1735.
Not in CensusRichard 30
John 32 and his wife 28 (ages estimated).


Ted Prince research for 1735
Ab Maysey
appears to own a house in Long Street Mr Poole paid rates for -
not Abraham, but Abigail Hodges, wife of Richard.

In Tetbury Trustee or Town Records, after 1735.
P 328a OV 3/1/2 09-Oct 1751 Richard Maizey wife Abigail, Sarah, John, Charles and Anne were challenged by the Tetbury Overseers, and have a Settlement at Shipton Moyne, whose Overseers agree they own the Maizey family and give permission for them to live in Tetbury, at no cost to the Tetbury Overseers.
D 566 M4 - 1754 439 members of the Court Leet Page 1.2 Richard Maisey
D 566 M5 - 1762 507 members of the Court Leet Page 2.1 Charles Maisey, Page 2.1 Richard Maisey

In Overseers Records, P328a OV 2/1, 1736-49
Apr 1747, Page 420 Richard Mayzey Ratepayer of Tetbury


John Maisay baptised his daughter Katherine 17390917.

Richard Maizey of Shipton Moyne, 1705 - 17710212, married 17360725 to Abigail Hodges, 17080430 - 17881017, daughter of William. They baptised William Hodges 17370612 lived 8 months, Sarah 17380917, John 17410720, William Hodges 17431015 lived 8 months, Charles 17450714 - 17881230, Mary 17480607 lived 1 year, Elizabeth 17500311 lived 11 weeks, Ann 17510729 lived 8 months and William Hodges 17530225.

Richard Maizey, wife Abigail, Sarah, John, Charles and Anne were challenged by the Tetbury Overseers, and have a Settlement at Shipton Moyne, whose Overseers agree they own the Maizey family and give permission for them to live in Tetbury, at no cost to the Tetbury Overseers. Reference P 328a OV 3/1/2 dated 09-Oct 1751

Sarah Maizey 17380917, daughter of Richard, married 17600427 to Richard Gage.

William Hodges Maizey 17530225, son of Richard, married 17721115 to Elizabeth Parker and baptised Robert 17730110 lived 8 years, John 17750502 and the Parish buried son William Gage 17860526

Major

Joseph Major Master for apprentice John Amos reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 1693

Makelah

At Tetbury 1735-6, ages to Dec 31, 1735.
James Makelah, age estimate 21, he was buried on 17390522.

Mallard

Thomas Mallard and Rachel his wife were returned to Frampton on Severn, reference P 328a OV 3/2/1 dated 9-Jan 1764

Man

Men of 1608 - John Manne, Tall, Shoemaker, 40y
Richard Man wed Sarah Bayly 21 Sept 1709

The Hearth Tax at Tetbury
A charge on the number of stoves, hearths in each home
March 1664 Samuel Man Ladyday Not Chargeable
Hearth Tax families in nearby places
1672 Avening Thomas Man 2 hearths

In Tetbury Records, before Dec 31, 1735.
P328a OV 4/1 21-Jan 1690 Joseph Man served as Apprentice to William Simpson
D 566 B 2/2 05-Oct 1703 William Man was paid 2-10-0 for his brother's Apprentice money
P 328a OV 3/1/2 12-May 1708 John Mann had a Settlement problem. The Overseers of Lutterworth sent word to the Overseers of Tetbury to 'come and get him, he belongs to you'.
P328a OV 4/2 09-Apr 1708 William Mann Master to Apprentice Timothy Jayes
D 566 B 2/12 18-Mar 1715 William Mann went as Apprentice to James Tanner who received 2-10-0
D 566 B 2/12 18-Mar 1715 William Mann mended the Well
D 566 B 2/12/1 23-Nov 1717 Richard Man had work done by Samuel Dyer and William Man paid for by Trustees
D 566 B 2/12/1 23-Nov 1717 William Man Senior, had work done by Samuel Dyer and William Man paid for by Trustees
D 566 B 2/12/1 23-Nov 1717 William Man signed list of work done
D 566 B 2/4 07-Nov 1717 William Man was paid 17/6 road repairs (digging stones and fixing pitching in Church Street)
D 566 L 7/8 12-Oct 1722 William Mann received 2-10-0 Francis Webb boy's apprentice money

P328a OV 5/2 22-Nov 1725 John Man was named by Susannah Hobbs as father of her child. This is the only record in this group between 1708 and 1754, and it is also the only incident recorded as an attack and rape case.

D 566 R 1/6 23-Apr 1725 Richard Man received 5/- from Madam Hodges Charity of 10 pound for the Poor


At Tetbury 1735-6, ages to Dec 31, 1735.
Richard 50, his wife Sarah 49, and his six children, Richard 24, Thomas 17, Mary 12, Susan 10, William 7
William 29, his wife Jane 26, and his daughter Ann 3
William Senior 59, and his wife Ann 64
Not in Census Mary 25, John Man 27, his wife 26, and daughter Margaret 2
- and his son George, who was buried in 1741

Court Leet Roll 1735 - Richard p8, William p8, William Junior p14

Ted Prince research for 1735
William Man
Presented to Court Leet by Town Jury for as a Forestaller of the market.
Ordered to do so no more on penalty of 2. arket William Mann
was paid 3s 8d 'for 1 day for myself, a man and a prentis'.
He was also paid in 1735 for making a stone chimney, a sack of lime,
labour at the dining room, and wheeling wool bales (willing wul bal out of the Corte).

Census at Tetbury, 1735-6.
Man Richard House 12.04&w *6cd- ch8
He 1684-72Sarah 1685-43
Charles 1709- Richard 1711 Thomas 1718-
Mary 1722Susan 1725-William 1728-
ManWilliamHouse 24.01&w * 1cd - ch3
He 1706-56Jane 1709-76 Ann 1732-
ManWilliam SeniorHouse 12.05&w ** ch2
He 1677-53Ann 1672-57

In Tetbury Trustee or Town Records, after 1735.
D 566 B 2/14 24-Dec 1737 William Man was paid 3-1-4 for work done
D 566 M4 1746 417 members of the Court Leet Page 2 John Man, Page 4 John Mann, Page 8 Richard Mann the Younger, Page 8 Richard Mann, Page 8 William Mann the Younger, Page 8 William Mann
D 566 M4 1746 Town Jury William Mann as forestaller of the Market To be removed by 5 Nov, or pay penalty of 2-0-0
D 566 R 1/22 26-Dec 1749 Ann Man wife of William, received 1/- of the annual Langstrom and Maltby Charity money
D 566 R 1/22 26-Dec 1749 Thomas Mann received 1/- of the annual Langstrom and Maltby Charity money
D 566 M4 - 1754 Town Jury charges Richard Man the Younger for leaving rubbish in the street or on the Waste To be removed by 10 Nov or pay 5/-

D 566 M4 - 1754 439 members of the Court Leet Page 3.1 Richard Man the Younger, Page 5.2 Richard Man, Page 2.1 Thomas Man, Page 4.2 William Man, Page 5.2 William Man

D 566 M5 - 1762 507 members of the Court Leet Page 2.1 Charles Mann, Page 3.2 Richard Mann, Page 1.2 Thomas Mann, Page 2.1 Thomas Mann, Page 2.1 William Mann

The Langstom and Maltby Charity records are various pages in the bundle called D 566 R 1/7, at Christmas
Dec 1765 William Mann boy received a coat
Dec 1767 Jean Mann Column 1, Richard Mann Senior, Column 2, Thomas Man Junior, Column 2, Thomas Mann Senior, Column 3, William Mann Column 3, each received 6d
Dec 1767 Thomas Man boy received a coat front side,
Dec 1768 Thomas Mann boy received a coat
Dec 1773 Jean Mann Column 4, Joseph Mann Column 4, Richard Mann Column 2, Thomas Mann Column 4, Thomas Mann Column 4, William Mann Column 4, each received 6d

In Overseers Records, P328a OV 2/1, 1736-49
16-Dec 1741 5 John Man wife 01-00
Poor relief Rate, 20 Jul 1742, Page 52 William Man 1-00-00
24-May 1742, Page 70 John Man Child of 04-00 Receive Monthly allowance,
Apr 1747, Page 422 William Mann Ratepayer of Tetbury

In Overseers Records, reference P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59
On 26-Sep 1749 Roger Man Vestry to raise 6 pence for cost of removing hazard
On 04-Feb 1754 Ann Man received 5/- allowance each 4 weeks
On 04-Mar 1754 John Man Overseer third month
On 20-May 1754 Ann Man received 5/- allowance each 4 weeks
Deficiencies in Rate 1754 Ann Man 4/- poor
Rate set at 4/- in the Pound, listing by streets is new in 1754
92 Church Street Upwards Ann Man 1-0-0
69 Church Street Upwards William Man 0-15-0
On 24-Feb 1755 Thomas Man wife delivered of a child by Emm Lloyd 2/6
On 23 Jan 1758 Thomas Man family received 5/- being ill

Bigland recorded
Headstone in the churchyard,
Thomas Mann died 15 Jany 1789 aged 67
Mary, his Wife, died 9 Jany 1776 aged 35.

Why the discrepencies in the Memorial?
Registry records show
The first wife of Thomas, Elizabeth Grant, was buried 17460701 aged 28
Mary, wife of Thomas Man buried by the parish, Jan 17, 1789.
Thomas Man was buried June 4, 1790.
The first burials in Jan 1776 are of
Lissey, D of William Baily Jan 2,
and of Christopher, base son of Lydia Parker Jan 11.

Ann Mann, Widow, was buried 17571213, aged 85.
Anne Man, baptised 17320702, daughter of William, married 17550131 to Samuel Baily.

John Mann had a Settlement, problem reference P328a OV 3/1/2 dated 12-May 1708. The Overseers of Lutterworth sent word to the Overseers of Tetbury to 'come and get him, he belongs to you'.

John Man buried a Child 17081001.

John Man labourer was named by Susannah Hobbs, Widow, as father of her Rape case son (named John, he lived 2 years), Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor, Reference P328a OV 5/2 dated 22 Nov 1725

John Man baptised Margaret 17330621 and Dorothy 17370124.

Joseph Man served as Apprentice to William Simpson, reference P328a OV 4/1 dated 21-Jan 1690
Joseph Man buried his wife Ann 17300505 and he was buried 17330112. He appears to be born about 1680, judging from the Apprenticeship record.

Joseph Man 17480508, son of Thomas, married 17691204 to Frances Crew, 17460803 daughter of John, baptised Sarah 17700513, Sarah 17750809 and Joseph 17780320 - 17810414 lived 3 years.

Mary Man was buried 17231029. The census suggests she is not the five month old daughter of Richard.

Mary Man 17230519 - 17621215, daughter of Richard, married 17450521 to John Sharp and baptised Thomas 17461012, William 17480818 and Joseph 17501220. At burial Mary was said to be aged 64, but the children's baptisms suggest she was born after 1705.

Moses Man buried his son George 17411217.

Richard Man 1684 - 17721101 aged 88 married 17090921 to Sarah Bayley 1685 - 17430211 and baptised Charles 17091122 - 17310426 aged 22, Richard 17130830, Thomas 17180705, William 17201030 died, Mary 17230519, Susan 17251204 and William 17280329.

Richard Man, 17130830 son of Richard, married 17370410 to Mary Bennett, 17081003 - 17580809, daughter of Isaac aged 50. He baptised Mary 17370718 lived 6 days, Mary 17381029, Sarah 17440107, Ann 17481017 and Betty 17510329.

Richard Man 17510929 - 17881120 son of Thomas, married 17721207 to Lydia Rymer 17491105, daughter of Richard. He baptised Mary 17730301, Robert 17780204, Ann 17840808 and buried Charles 17870729.

Sarah Man 17251204 daughter of Richard and baptised Susan, married 17510210 to William Terril and baptised Francis 17520128, Thomas 17541006, Sarah 17561124, Ann 17600224 and Richard 17630619.

Thomas Man 17180706 - 17900602 aged 72, son of Richard, married 17420513 to Elizabeth Grant 1718 - 17460701 aged 28 and baptised Charles 17421212 and Roger 17440330.
He then married 17470916 to Mary Cox, 1722 - 17890115 buried by the Parish, and buried Roger 17480218 aged almost 4 years.
He baptised Joseph 17480508, Sarah 17491112, Richard 17510929, William 17530128, and Ann 17550218 and buried her 17560804, baptised Ann 17570410, Mary 17590304, Thomas 17610113, and Betty 17621210 lived 7 months.

Thomas Man 1735 -, married Lydia 1741 - 17700403 aged 29, baptised Thomas 17610118 - 17690302 aged 8, William 17640712 lived 4 months, Mary 17660718.

Thomas Mann was baptised 5 Oct 1772, son of Joseph and Frances Mann, a mason.
Thomas Mann was baptised 15 Nov 1773, son of William and Elizabeth Mann

Thomas Mann bachelor, wed Welthin Grant spinster, on 29 Sept 1792
Thomas Mann bachelor, wed Sarah Mann spinster, on 9 Feb 1793.
Which Thomas wed which girl?
Between 1804 and 1812,
Thomas and Welthan Mann baptised Thomas and Welthan on 6 Jan 1810, and Esther aged 13 months on 25 Dec 1812
Thomas and Sarah Mann baptised William 1804 July 29, Elijah 1805 Dec 25, Charity 1807 Dec 19, Timothy 1811 Nov 3, and see Ruth's letter below for Christiana, Thomas and Frances.

William Mann and Anne his wife agreed to take Timothy Jayes, a fatherless child of Tetbury, as Apprentice for 8 years, reference P328a OV 4/2 dated 9-Apr 1708

William Man 16771108 - 17530803 aged 75, son of Thomas, married 17010216 to Ann Turner 1672 - 17571213 aged 85, and baptised Ann 17020727 - 17030604, Mary 17040417, William 17060710, Thomas 17081230 and John 17120415 - 17270618 lived 15 years, and buried a Child 17120918.

Will of William Mann 1754/173

Declaration made on 10 Aug 1754 by Ann Mann that she is his widow, and he died Intestate


William Man, Mason, 17060710 - 17560530, son of William, died aged 49, married 17310516 to Jane Purnell 17090530 - 17760510 daughter of Philip aged 67, baptised Anne 17320702, John 17400629 - 17610319 died of Smallpox aged 20 years.

William Man 17280329, son of Richard, married 17550803 to Sarah Davis, 17220813, daughter of Thomas.

William Man 17530128, son of Thomas, married 17730620 to Elizabeth Browning, 17520205 daughter of Samuel, baptised Thomas 17731115, Ann 17760330, Diana 17780405 and William 17800910 - 17860905.

Which William was buried 17870203?

William Mann wed Sarah Cook 26 Dec 1803


Francis Mann left a Will in 1854, reference 1854/151


My direct ancestor is Christiana MANN bapt. 4th April, 1813 at Tetbury. Christiana was the daughter of Thomas and Sarah MANN - Thomas was a mason. Siblings were Timothy 4th November, 1811 - Thomas 1st October, 1815 and Frances Jane 10th May, 1818. I only managed to cover a short period (1810 - 1818) when researching at Gloucester Record Office.

Christiana married John SCREEN in Bristol in 1838. None of the others appear in the 1851 census for Gloucestershire. Maybe the whole family moved to Bristol.
Any MANN connections appreciated.
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