William & Hannah Monk of Send
William Monk, son of William and Rebecca, was baptised in Send & Ripley on 21 April 1793.
Hannah Dolley, daughter of John and Hannah, was baptised in Worplesdon on 8 January 1792.
William married Hannah in Send & Ripley on 7 May 1816 and among their children were:
19 Mar 1820
Send & Ripley bap. 16 Apr
10 Dec 1821
Send & Ripley bap. 6 Jan 1822
25 Oct 1825
Send & Ripley bap. 20 Nov
1 Jun 1827
Send & Ripley bap. 24 Jun
11 Jun 1829
Send & Ripley bap. 12 Jul
4 Nov 1831
Send & Ripley bap. 4 Dec
27 Jan 1836
Send & Ripley bap. 28 Feb
Hannah appears to have died in 1841. At the census William was living in Send with several of his children plus a granddaughter, Lydia, Louisa’s illegitimate child. Two of his daughters had married.
In 1843 William married a widow, Sarah Ayling, and in 1851 they were living in Ripley with William’s son Samuel and two of Sarah’s children. William was receiving parish relief.
William continued to live in Ripley with Sarah and he died in either 1862 or 1864.
Of their children:
Louisa had a daughter, Lydia, in 1836 and married Robert Turner in 1843.
Elizabeth married Meshach Linegar, a farm worker, in Send & Ripley on 28 October 1837 and in 1841 they were living in Send with their only known son, James (born 1839). Elizabeth died in 1846.
Caroline married John Dewberry, a farm worker, in 1838 and they are believed to have had 3 children baptised:
12 Apr 1840
Ellen (or Helen)
3 Jan 1847
4 Aug 1852
Woking, St John the Baptist
In 1841 they were in Woking and again in 1851 at Saunders Lane. I have not traced them after this.
Isaac was a farm worker living with his father in 1841 but has not been traced after that.
Joseph may have died in 1841. He does not appear in the census.
Mary has not been traced after 1841.
Samuel was a farm worker and married Eliza Cox in 1856. Their children were:
bapt 27 Dec 1857
bapt 25 Dec 1859
born 21 Apr 1862
Ripley (bapt 1 June)
Stoke D’Abernon (bap. 1 Sep)
They were at Batchelor’s in Ockham in 1861, Riverside in Wisley in 1871, Stoke Tilt in Stoke D’Abernon in 1881 and Silvermere in Hersham in 1891. By 1901 Eliza had died and Samuel was living with his son, Samuel’s, family in Woking. He died in 1912 aged 82.
Rosanna was working as a servant in Worplesdon in 1851. In 1858 she married Richard Ricketts, a farm worker from West Clandon, where they were living in 1861. Their children were:
bapt 28 Aug 1859
Guildford, Holy Trinity
bapt 24 May 1868
Guildford, St Mary
bapt 19 Feb 1870
Guildford, St Mary
The family moved to Guildford where they were living at Milk House Gate in 1871, Drummond Road in 1881 and 17 South Street in 1891. By 1901 Richard had died and Rosanna was staying with her married son James. She died in 1906 aged 70.