Jane YATES was born in 1777 at Chilmark, Wiltshire, England, .1
15 June 1801
She married Jacob MAIDMENT on 15 June 1801 at Fonthill Gifford, Wiltshire, England.2
Jane YATES died in 1857 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
18 March 1857
She was buried on 18 March 1857 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She was aged 78 in the 1851 census and lived at Blackslough, South, Brewham, Somerset, England, .
She was aged 65 in the 1841 census and lived at Blackslough, South, Brewham, Somerset, England, .
Her married name was MAIDMENT.
15 August 1812
Poor Law Records dated 15 August 1812 of Stourton, Wiltshire, England provide the following information about Jane YATES: Jacob MAIDMENT and Jane his wife Also their three children Robert (8 yrs), Jane (6 yrs) and Charlotte (3 year). Illegally at Fonthill Gyfford, Wiltshire. Belong to Stourton.3
Augustus B. YEO|b. 1893|p752.htm#i10312|Henry YEO|b. 1860|p752.htm#i10308|Catherine Annie Spencer BEERE|b. 1867|p76.htm#i10309|John YEO|b. 1836|p752.htm#i18055|Mary A. BARNICUT|b. 1832|p71.htm#i18056|||||||
Other information; In 1911, Ellen YEO was described as the sister of Henry YEO. She was 36 yrs younger than him. If she really was a full sister, then their mother would have been 63 yrs old at her birth, which was impossible. Perhaps she was a a half-sister and their father's second wife was much younger than himself.
She was aged 15 in the 1911 census and lived at The Stables, Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
William YEO was born in 1814 at Swimbridge, Devon, England; The IGI has two possibilities in Swimbrideg in 1815, plus earleir and later ones. Unfortunately, his father's name was not listed on his marriage certificate.1
17 April 1843
He married Charlotte MARKEY, daughter of Joseph MARKEY and Lydia TRIMBY, on 17 April 1843 at St Peter's, Stourton, Wiltshire, England. 17 Apr 1843 William YEO ofa bch Policeman Stourton Charlotte MARKEY ofa spr Shopkeeper Stourton Joseph MARKEY.2
William YEO died in March 1865 at Wilton Reg Dist, Wiltshire, England; [probably Wylye].3
He was aged 46 in the 1861 census and lived at Wylye, Wiltshire, England.
William Henry YEO|b. 1844\nd. Jun 1867|p752.htm#i5247|William YEO|b. 1814\nd. Mar 1865|p752.htm#i4309|Charlotte MARKEY|b. 1812\nd. Sep 1881|p482.htm#i1514|||||||Joseph MARKEY|b. 1784\nd. 1862|p485.htm#i1510|Lydia TRIMBY|b. 1787\nd. 1841|p700.htm#i1511|
Susannah YEOMAN was born in 1771 at Nunney, Somerset, England.
3 November 1790
She married John WINDSOR, son of James WINDSOR and Elizabeth BOND, on 3 November 1790 at Nunney, Somerset, England. Groom John Windsor status bach of Shepton Mallet, – Bride Susanna Yeoman status spin of otp, – married on 03 Nov 1790 at parish Nunney by banns.1
Susannah YEOMAN died in 1853 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
26 March 1853
She was buried on 26 March 1853 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She was aged 55 in the 1821 census and lived at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She was aged 70 in the 1841 census and lived at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She was aged 80 in the 1851 census and lived at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She lived at Nunney and Stourton.
Her married name was WINDSOR.
Her married name was WINSLOW Appears this way in1851.
Ann YETMAN was born in 1772 at Gillingham, Dorset, England; There are three candidates in Gillingham, baptised 1772, 1774, 1776. None in Silton. She is allocated as the one baptised in 1772 as this is closest in age to her husband's year of birth. There is no evidence from burials or naming patterns to suggest whether this is the correct allocation, and it may be wrong.
The one baptised in 1774 is allocated to a different marriage (Stephen FRICKER).
An Ann YETMAN had an illegitimate child Richard in Silton in 1810, and it appears that this person was a witness at the marriage of Jane BUSH. This one is the one allocated as the illegitimate child of Martha YETMAN baptised in 1776, since illegitimacy tends to run in families.
Any and all of these allocations may be subject to change.
Ann Edwards YETMAN was baptized on 27 February 1774 at Stourton, Wiltshire, England.
She lived at Stourton.
Other information; There were two illegitimate children baptised in 1774 in Stourton, each named "Ann Edwards", then the mother's surname. Perhaps the same father? The first was the daughter of Sarah LAPHAM, who later married Uriah EDWARDS. He has been allocated as the father of that child.
She was also known as EDWARDS. She was baptised as "Ann Edwards, illegitimate daughter of Mary Yetman". I don't know if she ever used the surname Edwards.
Compiler: Cathy Day, Australian National University
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