Notes

[NI0571] Little Torrington Baptism Record:
25th December 1874? - Louisa of Mary Ann Essery, Taddiport, Gloveress, Geo de Guile de Carteret; Check year - incorrectly transcribed as 1868?

[NI0572] Little Torrington Baptism Record:
16th April 1829 - Mary Ann daughter of William and Mary Essery, Little Holland, Labourer, Peter Glubb (Rector);

[NI0573] Little Torrington Baptism Record
30th April 1854 - Thomas bastard child of Jane Essery, Taddiport, Gloveress, E.M. Burrow;
Little Torrington Burial Record
Entry 402: 11th June 1854 - Thomas Essery, Taddiport, aged 6 weeks, E.M. Burrow;

[NI0576] Was Rachel step mother to Elizabeth and Thomas given their birth before her marriage to William?

[NI0579] Unmarried in 1861

[NI0581] Unmarried in 1861

[NI0584] Little Torrington Baptism Record:
4th March 1826 - John son of John and Mary Essery, resides Taddiport, Carpenter, Peter Glubb (Rector);
Little Torrington Burial Record:
Entry 143: 7th November 1829 - John Essery, Taddiport, aged 3, Peter Glubb (Rector);

[NI0585] 7th June 1829 - Mary daughter of John and Mary Essery, Taddiport, Carpenter, Peter Glubb (Rector);

[NI0586] Little Torrington Baptism Register:
1st January 1832 - Hannah daughter of John and Mary Essery, Taddiport, Carpenter, Peter Glubb (Rector);
Shared christening with John son of Thomas & Mary (the one that died as an infant)

[NI0587] Little Torrington Baptism Record:
17th April 1835 - John son of John and Mary Essery, Taddiport, Carpenter, Peter Glubb (Rector);

[NI0590] Little Torrington Baptism Register:
16th October 1831 - Anthony son of William and Mary Essery, Hill?, Labourer, Peter Glubb (Rector);

[NI0623] Monumental Inscription to Thomas & Martha Carter was present in 1983 on grave in SW corner of older part of Radwinter churchyard (close to West tower of church)

[NI0634] Appears in 1851 Census as a 68 year old widower farmer of 159.5 acres, marriage not traced

[NI0705] 1881 - Housemaid in St Margaret's Westminster (RG11/0121 Folio 20)

[NI0750] A brother of John H Essery born Barnstaple 1816 - he was Schedule 113 Litchdon Street in 1851 Census when Thomas was Schedule 112 Litchdon Street

[NI0752] A brother of Thomas W. Essery who is entered as Schedule 112 Litchdon Street when John was Schedule 113 Litchdon Street in 1851 Census (HO107/1892 Folio 347)

[NI0762] Had lodger at time of 1851 Census - one Henry Essery born abt. 1806 also a deaf and dumb house servant - Jane Mountrjoy aged 29 who was most likely the eldest daughter of the Mountjoy family who were on the previous census schedule

[NI0767] Lodging with a Hannah Gawler and her two sisters Mary and Susan Essery at time of 1851 Census

[NI0768] Same as William Essery born Barnstaple Abt 1813?

[NI0774] Sister to Amelia Essery (qv) born Barnstaple Abt 1824

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