Samuel & Mary Denyer of Thursley

Samuel Denyer, son of Francis and Mary, was baptised in Godalming on 11 August 1771.

Mary Cover, daughter of Robert, was baptised in Thursley on 18 April 1763.

Samuel Denyer and Mary Cover were married in Thursley on 18 October 1789 and had the following children baptised:

William

1 Jul 1787

Thursley

Jemima

22 Dec 1789

Thursley

Francis

3 Apr 1791

Thursley

George

2 Dec 1792

Thursley

Berthia

16 Nov 1794

Thursley

Maria

14 Aug 1796

Thursley

Mary

5 Aug 1798

Thursley

Sarah

29 Jun 1800

Thursley

Samuel

10 Jan 1802

Thursley

James

15 Nov 1803

Thursley

Elizabeth

21 Mar 1805

Thursley

Hannah

1 Jan 1807

Thursley

In 1841 Samuel and Mary were still in Thursley and Samuel was shown as the parish clerk.

Of their children:

  • William married Mary Walker in Thursley on 10 February 1806 and they had two children baptised:

    Caroline

    1 Jan 1807

    Thursley

    Mary Ann

    12 Jun 1808

    Thursley

    Mary must have died as William appears to have married again in Godalming on 25 December 1815, this time to Margaret Breach. They appear to have had five more children:

    Elizabeth

    8 Jul 1818

    Godalming

    George

    ca. 1820

    Thomas

    ca. 1826

    James

    26 Oct 1828

    Godalming

    Charles

    ca. 1830

    William, an agricultural labourer, and Margaret were living in Mead Road, Farncombe, near Godalming in 1841 with their children George, Thomas and Charles.

  • Jemima married Joseph Phillips in Godalming on 11 December 1814 and they had the following children baptised:

    Mary

    17 Apr 1816

    Godalming

    Joseph

    18 Jan 1818

    Godalming

    Charles

    27 Dec 1818

    Godalming

    Hannah

    29 Sep 1820

    Godalming

    Maria

    15 Sep 1822

    Godalming

    Andrew

    25 Jul 1824

    Godalming

    Elizabeth

    3 Nov 1826

    Godalming

    William

    5 Dec 1828

    Godalming

    George

    11 Jul 1830

    Godalming

    James

    30 Sep 1832

    Godalming

    In 1841 Jemima was at Oxford Road, Godalming, with Joseph, who was a groom, and their youngest three children. In 1851 Joseph, an ostler, and Jemima were at Barrack Field, Guildford. By 1861 they had moved to Prospect Place, Swindon, Wiltshire, where Joseph was working as a smith’s labourer. They were still there in 1871 and Jemima died in 1874, age 84.

  • George married Eliza Waltham in Thursley on 14 February 1827 and they had the following children baptised:

    Henry

    15 Jun 1828

    Thursley

    George

    31 Jan 1830

    Thursley

    Jane Eliza

    24 Dec 1831

    Thursley

    Mary Ann

    21 Jul 1833

    Thursley

    Samuel

    15 Feb 1835

    Thursley

    Crawford

    21 May 1837

    Thursley

    Andrew

    7 Dec 1838

    Thursley

    Maria

    19 Apr 1840

    Thursley

    William

    12 Jun 1842

    Thursley

    Elizabeth

    27 Apr 1845

    Thursley

    Martin

    18 Apr 1847

    Thursley

    Clarissa

    20 May 1849

    Thursley

    Edwin

    30 Mar 1851

    Clapham

    In 1841 George was a butcher living in Thursley.

  • Bethia married Thomas Milton, an agricultural labourer, in Thursley on 30 May 1814 and they had ther following children baptised:

    William

    26 May 1816

    Thursley

    Thomas

    1 Mar 1818

    Thursley

    Samuel

    28 Jul 1822

    Thursley

    Bethia

    19 Mar 1826

    Thursley

    Elizabeth

    10 Aug 1828

    Thursley

    Helen

    19 Sep 1830

    Thursley

    James

    9 Dec 1832

    Thursley

    Mary Ann

    18 May 1834

    Thursley

    Andrew

    13 Mar 1836

    Thursley

    Maria

    18 Mar 1838

    Thursley

    In 1841 they were living at Redford Farm in Thursley. Bethia died in 1852.

  • Maria married Richard Woods and they lived in Catteshall, Surrey.

  • Mary married Samuel Mansell, an agricultural labourer, in Thursley on 13 September 1822 and their children were:

    Hannah

    16 Mar 1823

    Thursley

    George

    2 May 1824

    Thursley

    Mary

    15 Jan 1826

    Thursley

    Henry

    4 Nov 1827

    Thursley

    John

    27 Sep 1829

    Thursley

    Elizabeth

    27 Nov 1831

    Thursley

    Harriet

    3 Apr 1834

    Thursley

    Martha

    3 Apr 1836

    Thursley

    Margaret

    18 Mar 1838

    Thursley

    Alfred

    14 Jun 1840

    Thursley

    In 1841 Samuel and Mary were living at Smallbrook in Thursley.

  • Sarah married David Andrews in Thursley on 11 Jun 1823 and they appear to have had a daughter Mary in about 1825. In 1841 Sarah, a schoolmistress, was living at Hedge in Thursley with Mary.

  • Samuel married Charlotte Newman in Thursley on 17 May 1824 and they are believed to have had these children:

    Samuel

    26 Jun 1825

    Thursley

    Henry

    10 Dec 1826

    Bethnal Green, St Matthew

    James

    21 Jun 1829

    Stepney, St Dunstan

    Charlotte

    29 Jan 1832

    Stepney, St Dunstan

    Elizabeth

    ca. 1833

     

    Frances P

    ca. 1836

     

    William Hamlet

    Q3 1839

    Stepney

    George Newman

    Q2 1842

    Stepney (died 1845)

    Caroline

    ca. 1844

     

    In 1851 Samuel was an eating house keeper living at 143 Bethnal Green with his family but not Caroline. In 1861 Samuel was staying at Hill House in Thursley with Caroline. He is believed to have died in 1861.

  • James may have married more than once, but if so his earlier wife has not been traced. He married Harriett Batchelor (baptised 1824 Chiddingfold) in Godalming on 11 January 1845 and they are thought to have had these children:

    Jane

    15 May 1845

    Hambledon

    Mary

    ca.1847

    Ann

    29 Feb 1852

    Hambledon

    George

    2 Jul 1854

    Hambledon

    Eliza

    5 Apr 1857

    Hambledon

    William

    Q2 1859

    Henry

    10 Nov 1861

    Hambledon

    In 1861, 1871 and 1881 James was a farm worker living in Malthouse Lane Hambledon, although by 1881 he was a widow and he died later that year.

  • Elizabeth appears to have married William Ayling in Thursley on 28 October 1828, but in 1841 she was living on her own in Thursley.