[NI0780] Is this Eliza Essery the same as Eliza ? born Abt 1834 in Sheepwash and thus did John Essery marry another Essery? FTW Ped 1650 would suggest not as they Eliza Essery and John Essery appear to be brother and sister in there.
[NI0787] Is this William also a son of Henry Essery & Grace Hooper - the 1841 Census for the Half Moon Inn where Henry was publican at the time would seem to suggest this.
[NI0790] Brother to John Essery born in Sheepwash who was on same 1881 Census Schedule - RG11/0360 Folio 60 and aged 25 at time - John is entered independently for time being
[NI0791] Neice to William Hooper (unmarried), farmer of 190 acres born Sheepwash Abt 1798 (HO107/1894 Folio 378)
· 7th May 1807 - Richard(?) son of Anthony and Mary Essery;
[NI0809] Is this Sarah Grigg??
[NI0815] Same person as 1013-EE?
[NI0853] Possibly same person as 1711-EE
[NI0889] 1881 Census Entry (RG11/1351 Folio 58) of which Angelica Essery is head has various other relations in it - two nieces and Law Stationer cousin
[NI0901] 1881 Census (RG11/1841 Folio 21) - Living with Grandparents Samuel and Maria Johnson (aged 59 and 53) at the Railway Crossing Great Barton where Samuel was a Railway Gate man
[NI0942] Is this Eliza the same as Eliza Essery born Abt 1834 in Sheepwash and thus did John Essery marry another Essery? FTW Ped 1650 would suggest not as they Eliza Essery and John Essery appear to be brother and sister in there. Could they have been living together as Husband & Wife in Devonport in 1881 when they were in reality brother & sister?
[NI0999] 25th June 1998 - A 67 year old waitress at the Half Moon Inn recalled that her 11 year older sister (now deceased) used to talk of a Miss Essery who kept a shop in the village when she was a small girl this - this would have been during the 1920s. - This is most likely this Eliza Essery as she was a shopkeeper at the time of the 1881 census.
[NI1005] Same as William Essery born Pilton Abt 1814?
1881 Census (RG11/2260, Folio 64)
Schedule 59: House of Norman & Jean Barlow (Retired Army Officer aged 30)
Mary Essery, Servant, Unmarried, 33, Cook, Abbotsham
1891 Census (RG12/1787, Folio 48)
Schedule 78: House of Norman & Jean Barlow (Living on own means)
Mary J. Essery, Servant, Single, 38, Cook, Domestic Servant, Abbotsham
Same person as 815-EE?
[NI1188] Possible the same Henry Essery spouse of Joan Hellings???
Birth Record: Eveline Louisa Essery daughter of George & Mary Ann Essery of Bideford, Born April 17th 1856, Baptized February 14th 1857 - Thomas Hardy
1881: Assistant to John P. Hopkins - Draper, Grocer, Merchant and local Wesleyan preacher in Milverton, Somerset (RG11/2360 Folio 76)
[NI1696] Is this Thomas the same as Thomas son of Anthony & Elizabeth Essery
[NI1711] possibly same person as 853-EE
A search of the IGI in July 1998 for Elizabeth Saunders in 1761 revealed the following entries in Devon:
1. Elizabeth Saunders to Caleb & Mary Saunders: 8th July 1761, Silverton
2. Elizabeth Saunders to George & Ann Saunders: 15th December 1761, Stoke Gabriel
3. Elizabeth Saunders to Richard & Fanny Saunders: 5th May 1761, Rockbeare
4. Elizabeth Saunders to William & Elizabeth Saunders: 1st January 1761, Harberton
5. Betty Saunders to William & Hannah Saunders: 26th April 1761, Sowton