26 Sep 2019                   

Husband: Laurence Taylor Other name: Laurence Tailor (see note 1)
Relationship: Great Great Great Great Grandfather Born: 1750 - 1760 (see note 2) Father: Mother: Notes
Wife: Elisabeth Barnabee Other name: Elisabeth Barnaby 1 (see note 3) Married: 31 Mar 1783 in Saint Leonards Shoreditch Hackney Surrey England 2 (see note 4) Separated: 12 Dec 1820 Removal Order issued to Elisabeth Taylor 3 (see note 5)
Relationship: Great Great Great Great Grandmother Baptized: 3 Nov 1754 in Church: Saint Margarets West Hoalthy Sussex England 4 Father: George Barnabee (1723 - 1805) Mother: Anne Robinson (1723 - 1784) Notes
F Child 1: Charlotte Taylor 5 Husband: John Glyde b. 1784
M Child 2: Laurence Taylor 5 Other name: Laurence Tailor 6,5 (see note 6) Relationship: Great Great Great Grandfather Religion: Church of England 7 Christened: 24 Aug 1785 in Church: Saint Margarets West Hoathly Sussex England 7 Occupation: 1799 Apprentice Shoemaker 3 (see note 7) Resided: 16 Mar 1821 in Frant Sussex England 8 (see note 8) Resided: 3 Feb 1824 in Tunbridge Wells / Tonbridge Kent England 9 (see note 9) Resided: 29 Apr 1825 in Tunbridge Wells / Tonbridge Kent England 10 (see note 10) Resided: 4 May 1827 in Frant Sussex England 11 (see note 11) Resided: 23 Jul 1828 in Frant Sussex England 12 (see note 12) Resided: 1829 in Frant Sussex England 3 (see note 13) Resided: 19 Jun 1831 Frant Sussex England 13 (see note 14) Occupation: 19 Jun 1831 Shoe-maker 13 (see note 15) Census: 1841 Listed in Census 14 Resided: 1841 in 14 Ely Lane Tonbridge Wells Kent England 14 Occupation: 1841 Shoemaker 14 Occupation: 1845 Cordwainer 15 (see note 16) Resided: 21 Nov 1848 in Tunbridge Wells Kent England 3 Census: 1851 Listed in Census 16 (see note 17) Resided: 1851 in 37 Gas Lane (Pensylvania Cottage) Tunbridge Wells Kent England 16 Occupation: 1851 Parish Relief (Pensioner) (Retired Cordwainer) 16 (see note 18) Resided: 1854 in Union Workhouse Ticehurst Sussex England 17 Died: 25 Mar 1854 in Union Workhouse Ticehurst Sussex England 17 (see note 19) Cause of death: 25 Mar 1854 Phthisis 17 (see note 20) Buried: 29 Mar 1854 in Cemetery: Ticehurst - Saint Mary - Ticehurst Sussex England 18 Wife: Elizabeth Carrick bp. 1 May 1796 Married: 14 Dec 1818 in Church: Saint Albans Frant Sussex England 19
Sources: (1) LDS IGI, Christening of Elisabeth Barnabee, Batch No. C070631, (Copy on File) (2) LDS IGI, Marriage Taylor to Barnaby, Batch No. M040811, (Copy on File) (3) Sussex Records Office, Sussex Parish Examination to Settlement records (1820). http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archon/searches/locresult_details.asp?LR=179. (4) Parish Records - Saint Margarets West Hoathly Sussex England, Baptism Record (1606 to 1900). (Copy on File) Internet Search - http://www.westhoathly.org.uk/Baptisms/Baptisms.html. (5) LDS IGI, Children of Taylor and ?, Batch No. C070631, Internet Search - (Copy on File) (6) Church of Saint Margarets West Hoathly Sussex England, Parish Baptism Record - Laurence Taylor (1783). (Copy on File) (7) Parish Record - Church of Saint Margarets West Hoathly Sussex England, Baptism Record - Laurence Taylor (1785). (Copy on File) (8) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - John Taylor (1821). (Copy on File) (9) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - Thomas Taylor (1824). (Copy on File) (10) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - Lawrence Taylor (1825). (Copy on File) (11) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - George Taylor (1827). (Copy on File) (12) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - Stephen Taylor (1828). (Copy on File) (13) Parish Record - King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells Kent England, Baptism Record - Henry Taylor (1831). (Copy on File) (14) UK Govt, Census - 1841 England (1841). Census date was the night of 7 June 1841. (Copy on File) (15) General Register Office, Marriage Certificate - William Taylor to Hettey Young (276/1845). (Copy on File) (16) UK Govt, Census - 1851 England (1851). Census dates were 30-31 March 1851, (Copy on File) (17) UK Govt, Death Certificate Lawrence Taylor (307/1854). Informant: John Baker, of Union Workhouse Ticehurst. (Copy on File) (18) Parish Record - Saint Mary Ticehurst Sussex England, Parish Burial Record - Laurence Taylor (1854). (Copy on File) (19) Parish Record - Saint Albans Frant Sussex England, Parish Marriage Record - Laurence Taylor and Elizabeth Carrick (1818). (Copy on File) Event Notes Note (1) Laurence's surname also appears as Tailor in the IGI Index. Note (2) Birth years are an approximation based on age at marriage being 25. Note (3) Elisabeth's surname also appears as Barnaby. Note (4) READ Elisabeths Notes for reason for her inclusion as the wife of Laurence Taylor. Note (5) The info below relates to a Lawrence and Elizabeth Taylor, as at the 6 Nov 2009 it is still not confirmed that these are my ancestors (read general notes for Elisabeth). Removal order from Salehurst PAR477/32/2/103 12 Dec 1820 Contents: Elizabeth, wife of Lawrence Taylor 'who hath deserted her', to Burwash This Removal Order applies to Elisabeth after her husband Laurence "deserted her". These documents are held at East Sussex Record Office Note (6) Laurence's name appears with various spellings, Laurence, Lawrence, Taylor, Tailer, Tailor. Note (7) In 1799 was Apprenticed to Charles CARRICK shoemaker of Ticehurst by Indenture 7 years. Settlement Acknowledgement recorded in Ticehurst. Lawrence TAYLOR settlement, Tunbridge 21-11-1848 [in 1799 was Apprenticed to Charles CARRICK shoemaker of Ticehurst by Indenture 7 years, in 1829 he and wife Elizabeth + 5 children lived in Frant]. Note (8) Noted on son (John) baptism record. Note (9) Noted on son (Thomas) baptism record. Note (10) Noted on son (Laurence) baptism record. Note (11) Noted on son (George) baptism record. Note (12) Noted on son (Stephen) baptism record. Note (13) Settlement Acknowledgement recorded in Ticehurst. Lawrence TAYLOR settlement, Tunbridge 21-11-1848 [in 1799 was Apprenticed to Charles CARRICK shoemaker of Ticehurst by Indenture 7 years, in 1829 he and wife Elizabeth + 5 children lived in Frant]. Note (14) Noted on son (Henry) baptism record. Note (15) Noted on son (Henry) baptism record. Note (16) A Cordwainer is similar to a Shoemaker Note (17) Listed as being a Widower in the 1851 UK Census. Note (18) Each parish was responsible for the care of its own poor. The Poor Law Act of 1597 authorised the parish to levy a rate on those within the parish who could afford it. This was collected and administered by the parish 'Overseer' who then arranged relief in the form of either money or kind to those in need who qualified. Things in life are never straight- forward, and attempts were made to prevent people who were likely to be a burden on the Poor Law from settling in the parish. Therefore it was essential that everyone knew his or her legal parish of settlement. From 1691 a man could obtain or change his parish of settlement as follows: - Being born in a parish of settled parents. Buying or renting a property worth 10 or more. Paying parish taxes. Serving as a parish officer. Being apprenticed to a settled man of the parish and serving the full term (usually seven years). Being hired (normally at Michaelmas) to work for settled inhabitants for a complete year of 365 days. In most cases it meant no holidays for a year. So, in theory, married men were permitted to go to a new parish if they could show a Certificate of Settlement from their home parish agreeing to take them back if they became ill and unable to support themselves, thus becoming chargeable to the new parish. To determine whether a person should be granted a Settlement Certificate an 'Examination' was made by parish officers into the person's background and was recorded. If however a person became in need of parish relief, and not living in his home parish, an order would be made to issue a 'Removal Order' to remove the person to his last parish of legal settlement, then the poor relief would be paid by this parish, if they acknowledged the settlement. Settlement Acknowledgement recorded in Ticehurst. Lawrence TAYLOR settlement, Tunbridge 21-11-1848 [in 1799 was Apprenticed to Charles CARRICK shoemaker of Ticehurst by Indenture 7 years, in 1829 he and wife Elizabeth + 5 children lived in Frant]. (Web site has been bookmarked). National Archives - England Removal order to Ticehurst PAR492/32/3/2 21 Nov 1849 Former reference: PAR492/32/3/2 Contents: Lawrence Taylor, from Tunbridge, Kent Removal order to Ticehurst PAR492/32/3/5 21, 22 Apr 1849 Former reference: PAR492/32/3/5 Contents: Lawrence Taylor, from Tunbridge, Kent; copy of PAR 492/32/3/2 with particulars of grounds for the removal Was also listed as being a Cordwainer in the 1851 UK Census. Note (19) Lawrence passed away at the Union Workhouse in Ticehurst as a pensioner of the County of Sussex. The informant was a John Baker who could not write but left his mark (x) as his signature. He was also a resident of the Union Workhouse and was present at Lawrences death. Note (20) Lawrence had this medical condition for 18 months prior to his death. Note: Click the link below if there is no MAIN MENU at the top of the Page http://warwicktaylor.com/fam-hist Note: Personal details of living persons have been omitted Note: AGES are only accurate if a death year is known