Descendants of Joseph WHEATON

Updated May 2018

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  Joseph1 WHEATON1,2,3 was born Abt. 1701 in Possibly a brother to James, and possibly the father of these 4 brothers4.  He married Elizabeth DAVY5 August 1, 1726 in Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, Devon5.  She was born Abt. 17066.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Addresses

1726        Sidbury, Devon

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Elizabeth DAVY:

Addresses

1726        Sidbury, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth DAVY:

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth DAVY are:

2.              i.    Joseph2 WHEATON, b. Abt. 1730; d. October 1780.

3.              ii.    John WHEATON, b. Abt. 1731; d. January 1805, Age 73.

4.             iii.    James WHEATON, b. Abt. 1746, (probable child - see notes); d. January 21, 1822, Age 76.

               iv.    Nathaniel WHEATON7, b. Abt. 17487,8; d. 18129; m. Joan PYNE9, April 30, 1779, Otterton, Devon9; b. Abt. 17499; d. April 18029.

 

Notes for Nathaniel WHEATON:

Addresses

1779 Feniton, Devon

 

Trustee named by Peter WHEATON in his Will to hold property at Colesworthy for Peter's son.

 

Will of Nathaniel WHEATON

- to John PYNE the elder of Littleham, Exmouth property in Colaton Raleigh

- to Trustees of Meeting House, East Budleigh £30 to be invested and the interest to be paid to a Minister who "preached Calvinish Doctrine".  If no Minister available then the Interest to go to the poor of the congregation until such time as such a Minister can be found.

- to Sarah HUDDY wife of Charles HUDDY of Ottery St Mary £60

- to 2 nephews John WHEATON and Nathaniel WHEATON sons of my late brother John WHEATON deceased the sum of £20 each

- to Richard DOWN and Ann DOWN his daughter £20 each

- to his Housekeeper £5

- the Residue to Joseph WHEATON son of my later brother Joseph WHEATON of Feniton, to John WHEATON, Philip WHEATON, Joseph WHEATON and Nathaniel WHEATON sons of my later brother John WHEATON of Sidbury

Will dated 26 July 1809

                 Witnesses William LEGG, Mary LEGG, Manston PARRATT

Proved 24 April 1812 Under £450

Executors Joseph WHEATON of Feniton, John WHEATON of Salcombe Regis, Philip WHEATON of Sidbury, Joseph WHEATON of Otterton, Nathaniel WHEATON of Sidbury

 

More About Nathaniel WHEATON:

Burial: 1812, Otterton, Devon9

Occupation: 1781 Land Tax Collector at Otterton; 1812 Yeoman at Otterton10

Probate: April 24, 1812, Joseph WHEATON of Feniton, John WHEATON of Salcombe Regis, Philip WHEATON of Sidbury, Joseph WHEATON of Otterton, Nathaniel WHEATON of Sidbury11,12

Residences: See Notes

Will: July 26, 1809, Under £450 See Notes13,14

 

Notes for Joan PYNE:

Addresses

1779 Otterton, Devon (M BROWNING)

 

More About Joan PYNE:

Burial: April 15, 1802, Otterton, Devon15

Residences: See Notes

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  Joseph2 WHEATON (Joseph1)16,17,18,19 was born Abt. 173020,21,22, and died October 178023.  He married Elizabeth ASHFORD24,25,26 November 15, 1762 in Feniton, Devon27,28,29.  She was born Abt. 173530.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Information from M BROWNING sent to him by Mrs C M GIBBENS of Colesworthy Farm (1996)

Joseph WHEATON farmed at Lower Colesworthy from about 1773 followed by his son Joseph to about 1861 (?).  Then it was occupied by John HARRIS a cattle dealer.  The Lower Colesworthy dwelling was the cottage known as Colesworthy Cottage today. The farm buildings for Lower Colesworthy were demolished in the 1950s.  The big house, now known as Colesworthy House, was not built until the 1890s.

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Burial: October 12, 1780, Sidbury, Devon31

Occupation: 1763  Farmer of Feniton

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth ASHFORD are:

                 i.    John3 WHEATON32,33, b. Abt. 1763, Twin of Joseph34; d. March 1769, Feniton, Devon34.

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: July 10, 1763, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon35,36

Burial: March 9, 1769, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon36

 

5.              ii.    Joseph WHEATON, b. Abt. 1763, Feniton, Devon Twin of John; d. May 4, 1851, Honiton District, Devon Age 87.

 

 

3.  John2 WHEATON (Joseph1)37,38 was born Abt. 173139,40, and died January 1805 in Age 7341.  He married Mary PRESTON42 January 26, 1768 in Sidbury, Devon43,44,45.  She was born Abt. 173346, and died October 1800 in Age 6747,48.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

                 Sidbury, Devon (M BROWNING)

 

More About John WHEATON:

Burial: January 11, 1805, Sidbury, Devon49

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Mary PRESTON:

Burial: October 6, Sidbury, Devon49,50

Cause of Death: Dropsy51

       

Children of John WHEATON and Mary PRESTON are:

6.              i.    John3 WHEATON, b. April 8, 1769; d. June 1842, Sidmouth, Devon Age 72.

7.              ii.    Joseph WHEATON, b. March 14, 1771; d. August 1837, St Thomas District, Devon Age 66.

                iii.    Philip WHEATON52,53, b. July 8, 177354,55,56; d. February 8, 1835, Age 6257,58,59,60; m. Mary MOORE, December 21, 1801, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon61,62; b. Abt. 177863.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1834 Colford, Sidbury, Devon

 

Extract from Will sent by Michael BROWNING

Will dated 17 December 1834

- to Wife Mary all his effects

- to his 3 brothers, John WHEATON, Joseph WHEATON, Nathaniel WHEATON two thirds of his property to be divided between them after the death of his wife

- to Wife's brothers and sister John MOORE, James MOORE Ann DEEM one third of his property after his wife's death

Proved Joseph WHEATON Yeoman of Otterton 15 July 1835 Under £200

Further grant of Administration to Mary WHEATON widow of Sidbury 20 June 1843 on which it states that Joseph WHEATON did not obtain a grant of Probate!

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: August 6, 1773, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon64,65,66

Burial: February 13, 1835, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon Age 6267,68

Occupation: Shoemaker; 1834 Cordwainer69

Probate: July 15, 1835, By Joseph WHEATON, and  on 20 June 1843 by Mary WHEATON widow69,70

Residences: See Notes

Will: December 17, 1834, Uner £200 See Notes71,72

 

8.            iv.    Nathaniel WHEATON, b. July 25, 1775, Devon; d. January 17, 1851, Cotford, Sidbury, Devon.

 

 

4.  James2 WHEATON (Joseph1)73,74 was born Abt. 1746 in (probable child - see notes)75, and died January 21, 1822 in Age 7676,77,78.  He married Mary AC(K)LAND79,80 September 11, 1769 in Sidbury, Devon81,82.  She was born 174983, and died April 1811 in Age 6183.

 

Notes for James WHEATON:

Addresses

1769        Sidbury, Devon

1820        Sidbury, Devon

1822        Sidbury, Devon

 

Will of James WHEATON

- to daughter Mary RAYMOND wife of Richard RAYMOND of Sidbury, Farmer £50

- to Nathaniel WHEATON, shoemaker of Sidbury his clothes

- to Nathaniel and Philip WHEATON, shoemakers of Sidbury all the rest, residue of Money, Securities, Personal Effects etc as well as Messuages, lands etc to be held in trust, selling everything and investing the money.  The Interest to go to Nathaniel and Philip, as was the rents from Freehold property, and then to be paid to his Daughter-in-law Mary WHEATON widow of my late son Rev James WHEATON of Lyme Regis.  After her death or remarriage the interest etc to go towards looking after her children until they are 21, when the principal is to be retrieved and all the money to be divided between the children.

Proved by Nathaniel and Philip WHEATON 27 February 1822 Under £400

 

In February 2012 I was contacted by someone researching the RAYMOND family who sent me a few extra details about the RAYMOND family.

I spent the afternoon looking for additional information…...I hate having gaps!  And I found William RAYMOND on the 1851 census - the William RAYMOND who was the son of James Wheaton RAYMOND.  He was visiting Joseph and Deborah WHEATON. 

 

The line for William RAYMOND, back to James Wheaton RAYMOND and then to Mary WHEATON (who married Richard RAYMOND) goes to her father, James WHEATON who is shown as a possible son of Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth DAVY.

 

The family tree looks like this:

       

                                                       Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth DAVY

 

                                                         Their children include:

                        Joseph WHEATON (and Elizabeth ASHFORD)       and    James WHEATON (possible son) and Mary ACKLAND

Next generation       Joseph WHEATON (and Deborah WRIGHT)             Mary WHEATON (and Richard RAYMOND)

Next generation                                                                                                 James Wheaton RAYMOND (and Mary LOVERING)

Next generation                                                                                                 William RAYMOND

 

I think that makes William RAYMOND about a 1st cousin twice removed of Joseph WHEATON which could go some way to confirming that James (who married Mary ACKLAND) was Joseph's brother and the actual instead of the possible son of Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth DAVY.  Nowhere near conclusive of course….but useful nevertheless.

 

 

More About James WHEATON:

Burial: January 26, 1822, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon, Age 7684,85

Occupation: 1822 Gentleman of Sidbury86,87

Probate: February 27, 1822, Nathaniel WHEATON and Philip WHEATON of Sidbury, Devon88,89

Residences: See Notes

Will: February 23, 1820, Under £450 See Notes90,91

 

Notes for Mary AC(K)LAND:

Addresses

1769        Sidbury, Devon

 

More About Mary AC(K)LAND:

Baptism: October 12, 1749, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon92

Burial: May 1, 1811, Sidbury, Devon92

Cause of Death: Apoplexy93

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of James WHEATON and Mary AC(K)LAND are:

                 i.    Mary3 WHEATON94, b. Abt. 177095; d. April 177096.

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: February 2, 1770, Topsham Presbyterian Church, Topsham, Devon97

Burial: April 11, 1770, Sidbury, Devon98

 

9.              ii.    Mary WHEATON, b. May 21, 1771, (No baptism date given); d. August 1825, possible death.

10.           iii.    Rev. James WHEATON, b. October 17, 1773, Sidbury, Devon (no baptism date given); d. March 1818, Lyme Regis, Dorset 47.

               iv.    Hannah WHEATON99, b. October 15, 1775, (Baptism date as shown/Birth date to be sorted)99; d. May 1795, Age 1999.

 

More About Hannah WHEATON:

Baptism: August 25, 1775, Topsham Prebyterian Chapel, Topsham, Devon99

Burial: May 3, 1795, Sidbury, Devon (or 7 May 1794 from BTs)99

Cause of Death: Consumption99

 

                v.    Henry WHEATON100, b. Abt. 1779100.

 

More About Henry WHEATON:

Baptism: December 10, 1779, New Meeting House, Honiton, Devon100

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

5.  Joseph3 WHEATON (Joseph2, Joseph1)101,102,103,104 was born Abt. 1763 in Feniton, Devon Twin of John105,106,107, and died May 4, 1851 in Honiton District, Devon Age 87108,109.  He married Deborah WRIGHT110,111,112,113 May 9, 1791 in Talaton, Devon114,115.  She was born Abt. 1766 in Feniton, Devon116,117, and died March 27, 1852 in Honiton District, Devon118,119.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Address

1791-1800

                Feniton

1841        Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

                Living in the same property with Joseph and his wife were Charles HOLM (?), Ag Lab,

                Mary ATKINS and Kathrine SALTER, Female Servants

 

                Joseph and Deborah lived next door to Philip WHEATON and his family, and William

                WHEATON.  Next door to them was Thomas WHEATON and his family.

 

1851        Feniton, Devon

                Living at same address were his wife, son-in-law Henry GODFREY

                James WHEATON Servant Unmarried Age 19 Carter born Feniton, Devon

                Rachel SAUNDERS Servant Widow Age 53 House Servant born Sidbury, Devon

                Margaret WEST Servant Unmarried Age 49 House Servant born Sidmouth, Devon

                William RAYMOND Visitor Age 14 Scholar, Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                     Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Included in the list are Joseph, John, Elizabeth and Philip, children of Joseph and Deborah

 

Will of Joseph WHEATON

- to his wife £25 a year, Household effects to the value of £25, and a whatever part of the house she wished to live in

- to son-in-law Henry GODFREY £100 within a year after his death

- to his sons Joseph, John and Philip WHEATON lands and all the rest of the estate to be shared between them

Executors sons Joseph, John and Philip WHEATON

Witnesses William SAUNDERS snr, William Webber SAUNDERS jnr, Margaret SAUNDERS

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Baptism: July 10, 1763, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon120,121

Occupation: 1792 - 1794 Yeoman, Farmer; 1798 Farmer; 1840, 1841 Farmer; 1851 Farmer of 86 acres employing 2 labourer, 2 indoor servants, 1 boy

Probate: September 5, 1851, John WHEATON, Joseph WHEATON and Philip WHEATON122,123

Residences: See Notes

Will: September 14, 1850, Effects Under £600 See notes124,125

 

Notes for Deborah WRIGHT:

Addresses

1791        Talaton, Devon

1841        Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

1851        Feniton, Devon

 

More About Deborah WRIGHT:

Baptism: September 28, 1766, Feniton, Devon or 28 February126

Occupation: Farmer's wife

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and Deborah WRIGHT are:

11.            i.    Joseph4 WHEATON, b. March 10, 1792, Feniton, Devon; d. July 27, 1884, Combe House, Weaver, Cullumpton, Devon Age 92.

12.            ii.    John WHEATON, b. February 28, 1794, Feniton, Devon; d. January 23, 1863, Plymtree, Devon Age 69?.

                iii.    Nathaniel WHEATON127, b. March 1, 1796127; d. Young127.

 

More About Nathaniel WHEATON:

Baptism: April 10, 1796127

 

               iv.    Elizabeth WHEATON128,129,130,130, b. February 15, 1798, Feniton, Devon131; d. Bef. 1851; m. Henry GODFREY132,133, May 7, 1840, St Mary, Feniton, Devon133; b. May 11, 1801, Salcombe Regis, Devon134,135.

 

Notes for Elizabeth WHEATON:

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                 Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Elizabeth is included in the list.

 

Addresses

1840 Feniton, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth WHEATON:

Baptism: April 15, 1798, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon136,137

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Henry GODFREY:

Addresses

1851 Feniton, Devon

Widowed and living with his Father-in-Law, Joseph WHEATON

 

More About Henry GODFREY:

Baptism: June 4, 1801, Sidmouth Higher Meeting House, Sidmouth, Devon138

Occupation: Yeoman of Salcombe Regis; 1840 Farmer; 1851 Ag Servant

Residences: See Notes

 

13.           v.    Philip WHEATON, b. August 19, 1800, Feniton, Devon; d. April 12, 1856.

               vi.    Peter WHEATON138, b. October 19, 1802139,140; d. October 1822, Age 19141,142.

 

More About Peter WHEATON:

Burial: October 21, 1822, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon143,144

 

               vii.    Nathaniel WHEATON144, b. June 2, 1806145,146; d. October 1822, Age 16147,148.

 

More About Nathaniel WHEATON:

Baptism: July 6, 1806148

Burial: October 12, 1822, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon149,150

 

              viii.    William WHEATON150, b. January 16, 1808150.

 

More About William WHEATON:

Baptism: March 10, 1808150

 

 

6.  John3 WHEATON (John2, Joseph1)151,152 was born April 8, 1769153,154,155, and died June 1842 in Sidmouth, Devon Age 72156.  He married Rebecca BARON157 September 13, 1797 in Salcombe Regis, Devon157.  She was born Abt. 1775 in Salcombe, Devon158,159, and died April 1834 in Sidmouth, DevonAge 59160.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

1814        Salcombe Regis, Devon

1817        Salcombe Regis, Devon

1841        High Street, Sidmouth

                Living in home of Thomas COLTECOTT (?). age 80. with Temperance BARKER (?) (65),

                Servant and Jacob MORRIS (55) Joiner

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: May 6, 1769, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon161,162,163

Burial: July 1, 1842, Sidmouth, Devon164

Occupation: 1841 Shoemaker

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Rebecca BARON:

Baptism: January 29, 1775, Salcombe Regis, Devon165

Burial: April 20, 1834, Salcombe Regis, Devon166

       

Children of John WHEATON and Rebecca BARON are:

                 i.    Thomas4 WHEATON167,168, b. December 2, 1797, Salcombe, Devon169,170,171; d. Bet. January - March 1879, St Thomas District, Devon Age 81172; m. (1) Ann UNKNOWN wife of Thomas WHEATON173; b. Abt. 1796, Broadclyst, Devon173; d. Bet. April - June 1859, Honiton District, Devon174; m. (2) Mary Ann CROUCHER175, Bet. January - March 1869, Exeter District, Devon176; b. 1817, Exeter, Devon177; d. December 27, 1898, 47 Paris Street, Exeter, Devon Age 80178,179.

 

Notes for Thomas WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Rose Villa, St David, Exeter, Devon

                Living with them was Tabitha Hayball Age 20 Female Servant

1851        Bedford Chambers,  Bampfyld Street, St Stephen, Exeter, Devon

1871        10 or 16 Lucey Road, Heavitree, Devon

 

More About Thomas WHEATON:

Baptism: February 4, 1798, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon also at Glenorchy, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon180,181,182

Occupation: 1841 Male Servant; 1851 General Servant in Charge of Offices; 1871 Retired Servant Domestic;  Butler (Death Certificate of Mary his widow)

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Ann UNKNOWN wife of Thomas WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Rose Villa, St David, Exeter, Devon

                Living with them was Tabitha Hayball Age 20 Female Servant

1851        Bedford Chambers,  Bampfyld Street, St Stephen, Exeter, Devon

 

More About Ann UNKNOWN wife of Thomas WHEATON:

Occupation: 1841 Female Servant; 1851 General Servant in Charge of Offices

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary Ann CROUCHER:

Addresses

1871        10 or 16 Lucey Road, Heavitree, Devon

1881        5 Manston Terrace, Heavitree, Exeter, Devon

                General Domestic Servant to John H BATTEN, Pensioner Annuitant Retired Indian Civil

                Service, his wife and mother-in-law, as well as a visitor.  There was also a Cook and a

                Housemaid

1891        Paris Street, St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon (RG12/1687 folio 77 p 8)

1899        47 Paris Street, Exeter, Devon

 

Will

Mary Ann left her money to her son, Thomas Francis PHILLIPS, known as Thomas FRANCIS, a Stonemason, last heard of in Wolverhapton.

She left her furniture, plate, linen and china, household effects of every description to her two great nieces, Mary Ann and Amy PHILLIPS who were also to be here executors and trustees.

 

More About Mary Ann CROUCHER:

Informant of Death: A Phillips, Niece 47 Paris Street, Exeter, Devon183

Occupation: 1881 General Servant; 1891 Living on Own Means

Probate: Exeter To Mary Ann and Amy PHILLIPS, spinsters184,185

Residences: See Notes

Will: November 14, 1898, £185186,187

 

                 ii.    Mary WHEATON188, b. April 25, 1806189,190.

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: May 18, 1806, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon191,192,193

 

                iii.    Sarah WHEATON194, b. September 16, 1814, Salcombe, Devon195,196.

 

More About Sarah WHEATON:

Baptism: October 16, 1814, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon197,198,199

 

               iv.    Elizabeth WHEATON200,201, b. December 14, 1817, Salcombe, Devon202,203,204.

 

Notes for Elizabeth WHEATON:

Addresses

1851        Great House, Colyton, Devon as servant to Sarah GOODRIDGE (33), widow, School

                Mistress, born Colyton, her son Thos (2) and 2 daughters Margaret (9) and Kate (1)

 

More About Elizabeth WHEATON:

Baptism: January 18, 1818, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon205,206,207

Occupation: 1851 House Servant

Residences: See Notes

 

 

7.  Joseph3 WHEATON (John2, Joseph1)208,209 was born March 14, 1771209,210,211, and died August 1837 in St Thomas District, Devon Age 66212,213.  He married Elizabeth/Betty DUNSFORD214,215 August 4, 1800 in Otterton, Devon216.  She was born April 23, 1778 in Devon217,218, and died December 1843 in Otterton, Devon Age 65218,219.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Addresses

                Ridgeway Estate, near Exeter,  Devonshire

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Baptism: April 8, 1771, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon220,221,222

Burial: August 31, 1837, Otterton, Devon223

Occupation: Yeoman of Otterton223

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Elizabeth/Betty DUNSFORD:

Addresses

1800        Otterton, Devon (M BROWNING)

1841        Otterton, Devon

                Living with them was George BRIDLE, Age 7, born Devon

 

More About Elizabeth/Betty DUNSFORD:

Burial: December 26, 1843, Otterton, Devon223,224

Occupation: 1841 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and Elizabeth/Betty DUNSFORD are:

                 i.    Mary4 WHEATON225, b. Abt. 1800225; m. Joseph SALTER226, May 10, 1836, Otterton, Devon226,227; b. Bet. 1804 - 1805, Ottery St Mary, Devon228.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1836        Otterton, Devon

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: December 11, 1800, East Budleigh Independent, Devon229

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Joseph SALTER:

Addresses

1836        Woodbury, Devon

1851        Cullompton, Devon (Michael BROWNING 17/7/2000)

 

More About Joseph SALTER:

Occupation: 1851 Farmer230

Residences: See Notes

 

14.            ii.    Sarah WHEATON, b. Abt. 1802, Otterton, Devon; d. April 13, 1864, Otterton, Devon.

                iii.    Susan/Susanna WHEATON231,232, b. Abt. 1812, Devon233,234; m. William GREEN235, April 12, 1854, Residences of brother Mr D (sic, should be P) WHEATON, Ridgeway Farm, South Australia, Australia235; b. Abt. 1802236.

 

Notes for Susan/Susanna WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Otterton, Devon

 

More About Susan/Susanna WHEATON:

Baptism: July 24, 1812, East Budleigh Independent, Devon237

Occupation: 1841 Dressmaker

Residences: See Notes

 

More About William GREEN:

Occupation: 1854 Overseer to H EVANS Esq238

 

15.          iv.    Philip WHEATON, b. May 2, 1815, Ridgeway Estate, Devon; d. September 12, 1863, Ridgeway Farm, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia Australia Age 49.

16.           v.    Emma WHEATON, b. February 29, 1820; d. October 4, 1906, Collegtown, Australia.

 

 

8.  Nathaniel3 WHEATON (John2, Joseph1)239,240,241,242,243,244 was born July 25, 1775 in Devon245,246,247,248, and died January 17, 1851 in Cotford, Sidbury, Devon249.  He married Sarah BAILEY250,251 May 20, 1805 in Sidbury, Devon251.  She was born Abt. 1771 in Devon252.

 

Notes for Nathaniel WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Coleford, Sidbury, Devon (HO107/207 folio 7 page 9)

                Also in same property was Ann HONEY age 60, Lace Maker and Eliza PINN 14

                Both born in Devon

 

More About Nathaniel WHEATON:

Baptism: September 6, 1775, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon253,254,255

Cause of Death: Dropsy not certified256

Informant of Death: Hannah SALMON present at death at Colford, Sidbury256

Occupation: 1841 Shoemaker; 1851 Cordwainer

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Sarah BAILEY:

Addresses

1841        Coleford, Sidbury, Devon (HO107/207 folio 7 page 9)

1851        21 Princes Street, Bristol St Philip and Jacob (Without), Gloucestershire

 

More About Sarah BAILEY:

Occupation: 1841 Shoemaker; 1851 Formerly Lace Manufacturess

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Nathaniel WHEATON and Sarah BAILEY are:

                 i.    John4 WHEATON257, b. June 25, 1807257; d. June 1820, Age 13257,258.

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: December 29, 1807, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon.  Also in Independent Church, Lyme Regis, Dorset register259,260,261

Burial: June 2, 1820, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon, Age 13262,263

 

17.            ii.    Philip WHEATON, b. September 15, 1808, Sidbury, Devon; d. July 15, 1875, 15, Archibald Terrace, Campbell-road, London, Middlesex Age 65.

18.           iii.    Nathaniel WHEATON, b. September 10, 1810, Sidbury, Devon; d. March 22, 1849, Park Farm, now Saint Peters College, Adelaide, South Australia Age 38.

 

 

9.  Mary3 WHEATON (James2, Joseph1)264 was born May 21, 1771 in (No baptism date given)264, and died August 1825 in possible death265.  She married Richard RAYMOND266 Abt. April 22, 1792 in Sidbury, Devon266,267.  He was born Abt. 1769268, and died January 29, 1836269.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1792        Sidbury, Devon

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: Independent Non-conformist Chapel, Sidbury, Devon270,271,272

Burial: August 24, 1825273

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Richard RAYMOND:

Addresses

1792        Sidbury, Devon

 

More About Richard RAYMOND:

Baptism: April 19, 1769, Sidbury, Devon274

Occupation: Farmer274

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Mary WHEATON and Richard RAYMOND are:

                 i.    Richard4 RAYMOND275, b. Abt. 1795275.

 

More About Richard RAYMOND:

Baptism: December 9, 1795, Sidbury, Devon275

 

                 ii.    William RAYMOND275, b. Abt. 1795275.

 

More About William RAYMOND:

Baptism: December 9, 1795, Sidbury, Devon275

 

                iii.    Rachel RAYMOND275, b. Abt. 1798275.

 

More About Rachel RAYMOND:

Baptism: January 10, 1798, Sidbury, Devon275

 

19.          iv.    James Wheaton RAYMOND, b. Abt. 1800, Sidbury, Devon; d. Bet. October - December 1876, Honiton District, Devon age 75.

                v.    Sarah Wheaton RAYMOND276, b. Abt. 1805276; d. November 1807, 21 months276.

 

More About Sarah Wheaton RAYMOND:

Burial: November 26, 1807, Sidbury, Devon South side of church276

Cause of Death: Suffocation276

 

               vi.    John RAYMOND276, b. Abt. 1806276; d. December 1807, 1 year276.

 

More About John RAYMOND:

Burial: December 29, 1807, Sidbury, Devon276

Cause of Death: Suffocation276

 

               vii.    Mary Wheaton RAYMOND277, b. Abt. 1806277; d. Bef. 1810278.

 

More About Mary Wheaton RAYMOND:

Baptism: March 18, 1806, Sidbury, Devon279

 

              viii.    Mary RAYMOND279, b. Abt. 1810279.

 

More About Mary RAYMOND:

Baptism: June 18, 1810, Sidbury, Devon279

 

 

10.  Rev. James3 WHEATON (James2, Joseph1)280,281 was born October 17, 1773 in Sidbury, Devon (no baptism date given)281,282,283, and died March 1818 in Lyme Regis, Dorset 47284,285,286.  He married Mary GOLSWORTHY January 31, 1804 in Sidmouth, Devon287,288,289.  She was born Abt. 1778290, and died Bet. October - December 1853 in Lambeth District, Surrey291.

 

Notes for Rev. James WHEATON:

Addresses

1804, 1805, 1812        Lyme Regis, Dorset

 

The Reverend James WHEATON appears to have been signing entries in the Register from 1800 until the 4th January 1818.  The last few entries are not in his handwriting.

 

Of his children, the baptisms for James, Henry, Francis Mary (baptised 1809) and Charlotte were undertaken by Mr SMALL of Axminster.  James WHEATON baptised Mary (1810) and John was baptised by a Mr Samuel ROOKER.  James WHEATON has signed all the baptisms in the registers from 1800-1818 except the ones of James's own children mentioned above.

 

Will of James WHEATON

- to his wife Mary WHEATON: all lands, tenements, hereditaments, personal estate, goods, chattels, effects for the term of her life.  After her death the property to go to his child or children

Executors: wife Mary WHEATON, William POOLE Shopkeeper, Daniel CHANNON, Blacksmith both of Lyme Regis

Guardians of children until they reach 21 - same as executors.

Witnesses : Stephen EDWARDS, Richard EDWARDS, Mary EDWARDS

 

More About Rev. James WHEATON:

Baptism: Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon (see additional entry)292,293

Burial: March 6, 1818, St Michael, Lyme Regis, Dorset294,295

Occupation: Dissenting Minister (See notes)

Residences: See Notes

Will: August 12, 1814296

Will proved: June 9, 1818, in London by Mary WHEATON, William POOLE and Daniel CHANNON297

 

Notes for Mary GOLSWORTHY:

Addresses

1804        Sidmouth, Devon

1831        Exeter, Devon (M BROWNING)

1847        Hampstead Rt (?), Middlesex  (M BROWNING)

 

More About Mary GOLSWORTHY:

Administration: March 25, 1854, Mary WHEATON late of Camberwell, Surrey Administration granted to John WHEATON one of the natural and lawful children298

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of James WHEATON and Mary GOLSWORTHY are:

20.            i.    James4 WHEATON, b. December 3, 1804, Lyme Regis, Dorset; d. February 7, 1873, 9 Sivill Square Heavitree, Devon Age 68.

                 ii.    Henry WHEATON299,300, b. November 28, 1805, Lyme Regis, Dorset301.

 

More About Henry WHEATON:

Baptism: January 2, 1806, Independent Chapel, Chard Street, Axminster, Devon  and in the Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset by Mr Small of Axminster301,302

 

                iii.    Francis WHEATON303,304,305, b. June 29, 1807, Lyme Regis, Dorset306; d. March 1816, Lyme Regis, Devon307,308.

 

More About Francis WHEATON:

Baptism: August 11, 1807, Independent Chapel, Chard Street, Axminster, Devon  and in the Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset by Mr Small of Axminster309,310

Burial: March 30, 1816, St Michael, Lyme Regis, Dorset311

 

               iv.    Mary WHEATON312, b. July 29, 1809312; d. August 1809312,313.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

"Dcd" written in Baptism register of Coombe Street Independent Chapel, Lyme Regis.

Burial found in Lyme Regis Church of England register

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: August 23, 1809, Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset314

Burial: August 28, 1809, Lyme Regis, Dorset315

 

                v.    Mary WHEATON, b. October 7, 1810316; d. October 1810317.

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: October 9, 1810, Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset318

Burial: October 15, 1810, Lyme Regis, Dorset an infant319

 

21.          vi.    John WHEATON, b. June 16, 1812, Lyme Regis, Dorset; d. Bet. April - June 1876, Camberwell District, Surrey.

               vii.    Charlotte WHEATON, b. October 26, 1813320; d. March 1826, St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon Age 12321,322.

 

More About Charlotte WHEATON:

Baptism: January 5, 1814, Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset323

Burial: March 21, 1826, St Michael, Lyme Regis, Devon324,325

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

11.  Joseph4 WHEATON (Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)326,327,328 was born March 10, 1792 in Feniton, Devon329,330,331,332, and died July 27, 1884 in Combe House, Weaver, Cullumpton, Devon Age 92333,334,335.  He married Mary HAYMAN336,337 April 13, 1820 in Feniton, Devon338.  She was born March 12, 1796 in Feniton, Devon339,340, and died Bef. 1871 in Possible death about December 1862 Honiton District, Devon.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Addresses

1820        Feniton, Devon

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon (Michael BROWNING)

1851        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon.  Also in the same property were John EVANS (25), James

                BAKER (16) and William ENGLAND (12)

1861        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon (Michael BROWNING)

1871        Marsh Farm, Clisthydon, Devon

                Living with Joseph was his daughter Agnes Lane CRABB and 4 General Servants,

                Lilley WILLS (59) born Mortonhamstead, Devon, William CANNELL (19) born Ottery

                St Mary, Devon, Charles SAFTER (16) born Plymtree, Devon and William TROOD (56)

                born Clenchtawnton, Devon

1875        Clannaboroug, Devon

1881        Weaver, Cullumpton, Devon.  Living with him were two daughters and a Domestic

        Servant

1884        Cullmpton, Devon

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                     Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Joseph is included in the list.

 

Information from a letter from William Anstice WHEATON dated 1 June 1895

"About 10 yesrs ago I and my daughter Lucy called on this old Joseph WHEATON who was then 90 years old and stopped there the night.  The old gentleman fond of a game of whist.  His daughter Agnes was there then, a widow (Mrs CRABBE).  My father was very partial to her as a young kind nurse or housekeeper.  She was, and is now, a general favourite."

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Baptism: April 5, 1792, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon341,342

Occupation: 1821, 1823, 1825, 1827, 1834  Farmer; 1841 Yeoman; 1851 Farmer of 169 acres employing 3 labourers; 1865 Yeoman; 1871 Farmer of 134 acres employing 4 men and 1 boy; 1875 Yeoman; 1881 Farmer 8 acres employing 1 labourer; 1884 Gentleman

Probate: October 2, 1884, Exeter to Joseph WHEATON of Zeal Monochorum, Yeoman, son and Agnes Lane CRABBE of Cullompton, widow, daughter, executors343

Residences: See Notes

Will: with codici £264. 10s. 0d343

 

Notes for Mary HAYMAN:

Addresses

1820        Feniton, Devon

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851        Marsh, Clisthydon, Devon

 

More About Mary HAYMAN:

Baptism: April 20, 1796, Feniton, Devon344

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and Mary HAYMAN are:

22.            i.    Joseph5 WHEATON, b. March 20, 1821, Clisthydon, Devon; d. August 7, 1895, Zeal Monachorum, Devon Age 74.

                 ii.    Agnes Lane WHEATON345,346,347, b. October 4, 1822, Clisthydon, Devon348,349,350; m. Henry CRABB351,352, Bet. April - June 1849, St Thomas District, Devon353; b. Abt. 1827, Withycombe, Devon354; d. Bef. 1871.

 

Notes for Agnes Lane WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851 Withycombe, Devon

1871 Marsh Farm, Clisthydon, Devon

                Living with her father

1881 Weaver, Cullumpton, Devon, living with her father and sister, Emma

1884 Cullompton, Devon

 

More About Agnes Lane WHEATON:

Baptism: January 12, 1823, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon355,356

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Henry CRABB:

Addresses

1851 Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon.  Phoebe WHEATON, sister-in-law was visiting.

Living in the same property was Samuel M STAR (14) Ag Lab servant

 

More About Henry CRABB:

Occupation: 1851 Farmer of 65 acres employing 3 labourers

Residences: See Notes

 

23.           iii.    Henry Hayman WHEATON, b. March 24, 1825, Clyst Hydon, Devon; d. July 27, 1915, Horndon in the Hill, Essex Age 90.

               iv.    Mary WHEATON357, b. February 7, 1827358,359; d. December 19, 1829, Age 2 years, daughter of Joseph Jnr360,361.

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: June 10, 1827, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon361,362

Burial: December 26, 1829, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon363

 

24.           v.    Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON, b. September 25, 1829, Clyst Hydon, Devon; d. August 22, 1869, St Thomas District, Devon Age 39.

25.          vi.    Mary Hayman WHEATON, b. December 19, 1831, Clysthydon, Devon; d. Abt. 1931.

26.          vii.    Phoebe or Phebe WHEATON, b. June 25, 1834, Clyst Hydon or Feniton, Devon.

              viii.    Emma WHEATON364,365,366, b. January 22, 1838, Clisthydon, Devon367,368,369; m. John MELHUISH370, Bet. January - March 1884, Tiverton District, Devon; b. Abt. 1833371.

 

Notes for Emma WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon visiting Uncle John WHEATON and family

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon living with her brother Joseph

1881 Weaver, Cullompton, Devon living with father, Joseph WHEATON as Emma WHEATON

 

Could have married in December 1864 in Honiton District, Devon, but as she was shown as Emma WHEATON in 1881 she could have died in March 1904 Age 59(?) also in Honiton District, Devon

 

More About Emma WHEATON:

Baptism: March 11, 1838, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon

Occupation: 1871 Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

 

 

12.  John4 WHEATON (Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)372,373,374,375,376 was born February 28, 1794 in Feniton, Devon377,378, and died January 23, 1863 in Plymtree, Devon Age 69?379,380,381.  He married (1) Mary WHEATON382,383 November 23, 1815 in Feniton, Devon383.  She was born Abt. 1792 in Feniton, Devon384, and died Bet. 1841 - 1851.  He married (2) Mary BROOM née FOURAKER385,386 May 19, 1853 in Collumpton, Devon387.  She was born Abt. 1802 in Uffculme, Devon388, and died November 4, 1865 in Winsham, Somerset, "late of Plymtree, Devon" Age 63?388,389.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

1815        Feniton, Devon

1818-1833 Ottery, Devon

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon with 2 servants, George BROWN age 15

        Ag MS and Mary PEEKE Age 15 Ag FS

1851        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon with daughters Sarah, Elizabeth, Emma and Fanny and sons

        Philip and Henry, also niece Emma WHEATON Age 13 Visitor born Clyst Hysdon, Devon

        Thomas SHILING Servant Age 14 Employed on the Farm born Plymtree, Devon  

        All the children were employed at home or on the farm. 

1853        Plymtree, Devon

1857        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon (1857 Billing's Directory)

1861        Ford Moor Plymtree, Devon (M.BROWING)

1863        Plymtree, Devon

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                     Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

John is included in the list, as are his children, Mary Ann, John and Sarah

 

Information from letter written by Mr William Anstice WHEATON 1/6/1895

"This Mr John WHEATON was avery genial hospitable man, a good and prosperous farmer.  The first time I recollect going to his house was when they resided at Clapperntale, a little more than a mile from Ottery...situate in Sir John KENNERWAY's park.  My Uncle John WHEATON afterwards removed to a grand house about half a mile nearer Ottery and called "Cadhay House" but still keeping the same farm.  The house occupied three sides of a square with stable and out-buildings, four side, having a grass plot in the centre.  One of the wings was made into a separate house which he let to another family of WHEATONs who also sent to ottery Chapel like good WHEATONs.  I went once to an exhibition at Southampton and noticed a piece of finery made of Honiton lace which had been worn by a lady on the occasion of her wedding in Queen Elizabeth's reign from "Cadhay House in Devonshire", that being the house at which I had just been staying with my uncle and aunt.  At one time this uncle John WHEATON had three young gentlemen in his house for him to instruct to agriculture"

 

WILL of John WHEATON

to Mary WHEATON wife - one annuity or yearly rent charge of Ten pounds from various properties left to his son Henry as are the three legacies below

to Elizabeth WHEATON daughter - Two hundred pounds

to Emma WHEATON daughter - Two hundred pounds

to Fanny WHEATON daughter - Two hundred pounds

to Henry WHEATON son - "Newly erected Messuage or Hotel situate near the Feniton Railway Station and the Stables, Coach House and Cottage adjoining now erected and nearly finished.  Also the two cottages near thereto now occupied by John BASTIN and John HOLLWELL with my several yards, gardens, outbuildings and appertenances to the aforesaid Messuages, buildings, Cottages and presmises adjoining or belonging or occupies therewith.  Also my Closes of Land called Sweethams Two acres, Sweethams Orchard and the Burland together with the Messuage and other buildings lately erected in the said last , mentioned Close all....situate in...Feniton"

The following two legacies were charged to property given to his son Philip

to John WHEATON son - Two hundred and twenty pounds

to Mary Ann WHITE daughter, wife of Thomas WHITE - One hundred and fifty pounds

to Peter WHEATON son - One hundred and fifty pounds, but he had to claim this from Philip as at the time the Will was written his father wrote that he had become a soldier and nothing had been heard of him for some time.

to Philip WHEATON son - Closes of Land called Sweethams Six acres (which adjoins the railway there), the Sweethams three acres and the eight acres (which latter formerly consisted of two closes called respectively Yonder Four Acres and Sweethams three acres) all which said three now existing closes adjoin each other ...in...Feniton/

Debts to be paid including £295. 17s. 10d to the Trustees of my Wife's Marriage Settpement

Residue of estate to sons Philip and Henry WHEATON and daughters Elizabeth, Emma and Fanny WHEATON

Executors Philip and Henry WHEATON

11th March 1861

Witnesses Henry DAVY, Solicitor, Ottery St Mary; Eleanor DAVy

 

 

 

More About John WHEATON:

Administration: November 28, 1865, Effects under £2,000390,391

Baptism: May 18, 1794, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 392

Occupation: 1818 - 1833  Farmer; 1841 Farmer; 1848 Yeoman; 1851, 1857 Farmer 190 acres employing 7 men and 2 women; 1853, 1863 Yeoman

Probate: April 8, 1863, In Exeter by Philip WHEATON of Larkbeare, Whimple, and Henry WHEATON of Plymtree, sons and executors393

Residences: See Notes

Will: March 8, 1861, See notes394

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1811, 1815      Feniton, Devon

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: April 5, 1792, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 395

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary BROOM née FOURAKER:

Addresses

1853        Collumpton, Devon

1865        Plymtree, Devon (Will)

 

More About Mary BROOM née FOURAKER:

Administration: November 29, 1865, Granted at Exeter to Mary PERSEY (wife of Robert PERSEY farmer), Winsham the daughter and only next of kin396

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects under £100396,397

       

Children of John WHEATON and Mary WHEATON are:

                 i.    Phebe5 WHEATON398, b. October 17, 1816398; d. October 1817, As "infant daughter"399.

 

More About Phebe WHEATON:

Baptism: November 28, 1816, Kerswell, Broadhembury, Devon400

Burial: October 2, 1817, Presbyterian Meeting House, Ottery St Mary, Devon401

 

                 ii.    Mary Ann WHEATON402,403, b. March 27, 1818, Ottery, Devon404,405; d. November 7, 1900406,407; m. Thomas WHITE408,409, Bet. January - March 1847, Exeter District, Devon410,411; b. Bet. 1818 - 1819, Ottery St Mary, Devon412.

 

Notes for Mary Ann WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851 Gt Lancereot, Ottery St Mary, Devon (M BROWNING 13/9/2000)

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                 Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Mary Ann is included in this list.

 

Information from a letter written by William Anstice WHEATON 1/6/1895

"Mr John WHEATON's eldest daughter married when they lived at Clapperntale to a young farmer who emigrated to the Cape of Good Hope.  It was just after my first visit.  They stayed in Africa long enough to realise a comfortable fortune and returned to England with their family about 20 years ago/  They took a farm for theur young folk near Bath

 

More About Mary Ann WHEATON:

Baptism: July 15, 1818, Kerswell, Broadhembury, Devon413,414

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Thomas WHITE:

Addresses

1851 Gt Lancereot, Ottery St Mary, Devon (M BROWNING 13/9/2000)

 

More About Thomas WHITE:

Residences: See Notes

 

27.           iii.    John WHEATON, b. December 14, 1819, Ottery, Devon; d. May 15, 1905, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia Age 84.

               iv.    Sarah WHEATON415,416,417, b. August 11, 1821, Ottery or Payhembury, Devon418,419,420; d. June 11, 1851, Honiton District, Devon421,422,423.

 

Notes for Sarah WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                 Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Sarah is included in this list.

 

More About Sarah WHEATON:

Baptism: September 20, 1821, Kerswell, Broadhembury, Devon424,425

Occupation: 1851 Employed at home

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Peter WHEATON426,427, b. January 21, 1826, Ottery, Devon427,428; d. Bet. April - June 1858, Stoke Damerall District, Devon (only a possible death)429.

 

Notes for Peter WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

More About Peter WHEATON:

Baptism: April 16, 1826, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 430

Occupation: Private Soldier431

Residences: See Notes

 

28.          vi.    Philip WHEATON, b. December 6, 1827, Ottery St Mary, Devon; d. April 16, 1875, Whimple, Devon Age 47.

29.          vii.    Henry WHEATON, b. October 11, 1829, Ottery St Mary, Devon; d. April 17, 1909, Plymtree, Devon Age 79.

              viii.    Elizabeth WHEATON432,433,433,434, b. November 11, 1831, Ottery St Mary, Devon435,436,437; d. July 10, 1906438,439.

 

Notes for Elizabeth WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth WHEATON:

Baptism: February 26, 1832, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 440

Occupation: 1851 Employed at home

Residences: See Notes

 

               ix.    Emma WHEATON441,442,443,444,445, b. November 2, 1833, Ottery St Mary, Devon446,447,448,449; d. Bet. October - December 1904, Brentford District, Essex Age 71450; m. Edward WHEATON451,452,453,454, Bet. October - December 1864, Honiton District, Devon455; b. March 18, 1830, Newton Poppleford (abode of the mother) or Aylesbeare, Devon456,457; d. January 3, 1907, Ealing, Essex Age 76458,459,460.

 

Notes for Emma WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1871        42 Denmark Road, Willesden, Middlesex (RG10/1329 folio 121 page 15)

1881        42 Demark Street, Willesden, Middlesex

1901        25 George Road, Ealing, Middlesex

 

More About Emma WHEATON:

Baptism: December 8, 1833, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 461

Occupation: 1851 Employed at home; 1871 Baker's wife

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Edward WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Newton Poppleford, Devon

1863        1 Suffolk Street, Cambridge Road, London N5 (London Directory)

1866, 1867, 1868

                1 Queens Road, Bermondsey, London (London Directory)

1871        42 Denmark Road, Willesden, Middlesex (RG10/1329 folio 121 page 15)

1881        42 Denmark Street, Willesden, Middlesex

                Also in the property was Charlotte BISHOP, a Bakers Shop Assistant

1901        25 Gordon Road, Ealing, Middlesex

                Charlotte BISHOP (51) was a General Domestic Servant brn Suppet (?), Devon

                Also living with them was Fanny WHEATON (33) single, niece, born Whimple, Devon

1907        25 Gordon Road, Ealing, Middlesex

 

From the a2a web site

London Metropolitan Archives, LONDON DEEDS

1875 Conveyance: Edward WHEATON 42 Denmark Street, Kilburn, Middlesex ref. O/258/004

1878-1882 Mortgage: 1 Edward WHEATON 42 Denmark Street, Kilburn, Middlesex and 2 Edward WHEATON ref. O/258/005

1907: Release of annuity 1 Mary WHEATON, Green Cottage, Broadclyst, Devon sp. 2. Fanny WHEATON ref. O258/0006

 

More About Edward WHEATON:

Baptism: April 11, 1830, Aylesbeare, Devon462,463

Occupation: 1863, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1871, 1881 Baker; 1901 Retired Baker

Probate: February 23, 1907, London to Fanny WHEATON, Spinster (niece)464

Residences: See Notes

Will: £8,332. 6s. 5d465,466

 

                x.    Fanny WHEATON467,468,468,469, b. May 13, 1837, Ottery St Mary, Devon470,471; d. May 8, 1890472,473; m. Harry PROUSE, Bet. April - June 1877, Honiton District, Devon474,475; b. Bet. 1849 - 1850, Plymtree, Devon476.

 

Notes for Fanny WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1861 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon (M BROWNING 13/9/2000)

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

1881 Larkbeare Farmhouse, Whimple, Devon (M BROWNING 13/9/2000)

 

More About Fanny WHEATON:

Baptism: July 4, 1837, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 477

Occupation: 1851 Employed at home; 1871 Housekeeper for brother

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Harry PROUSE:

Addresses

1881 Larkbeare Farmhouse, Whimple, Devon (Michael BROWNING 8/7/2000, 13/9/2000)

 

More About Harry PROUSE:

Occupation: 1881 Farmer478

Residences: See Notes

 

               xi.    William Norman WHEATON479,480, b. March 3, 1824, Ottery, Devon481,482; d. February 1848, Honiton District, Devon Age 24?483,484.

 

Notes for William Norman WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

We think that William Norman WHEATON is most probably the first husband of Mary PHILIPS, but this decision needs to be viewed with caution.

 

More About William Norman WHEATON:

Baptism: July 13, 1824, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 485

Burial: February 18, 1848, Ottery St Mary, Devon486

Residences: See Notes

 

 

13.  Philip4 WHEATON (Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)487,488,489 was born August 19, 1800 in Feniton, Devon490,491,492,493, and died April 12, 1856494.  He married Elizabeth GODFREY495,496,497 May 17, 1832 in Salcombe Regis, Devon498.  She was born August 31, 1796 in Salcombe Regis, Devon499,500,501.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Address

1832        Honiton, Devon

1841        Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

        Living in the same property with Philip, his wife, son and daughter were

        Sarah DIDHAM ? Female Servant

        William SANDFORD (?) Ag Lab

        William WHEATON Ag Lab

        William THOMAS Ag Lab

 

        Living either side of Philip WHEATON and family were Thomas WHEATON one side

        and Joseph WHEATON the other, both with their families.

 

1850        Colesworthy, Devon (White's Directory)

1851        Fenny Bridges, Feniton, Devon

        Living in the same property was his wife Elizabeth, son Philip, daughter Mary

        Sarah Ann EDWARDS Servant Unmarried Age 19 House Servant born Ottery St Mary, Dvn

        Wm TOOGOOD Servant Unmarried Age 20 Carter born Owliscombe, Devon

        Henry STONE Servant Unmarried Age 18 Ag Servant born Feniton, Devon

        William ASHFORD Servant Unmarried Age 17 Ag Servant born Ottery St Mary, Devon

        Joseph BASTAIN Servant Unmarried Age 17 Ag Servant born Feniton, Devon

        Mary GODFRY Visitor Unmarried Age 57 Retired Dressmaker born Tallaton, Devon

        Sarah D HUDDY Visitor Unmarried Age 50 Book Seller born Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

        Colesworthy, Feniton (M BROWNING)

       

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                     Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

Philip is included in the list, but with no baptism date

 

Information from M BROWNING sent to him by Mrs C M GIBBENS of Colesworthy Farm (1996)

Philip appears to have taken on the running of Colesworthy farm  from about 1831 to 1851 when his son Philip took it on.  The land was owned by Henry WHEATON's daughter in two parts and the third part by Sarah BABB, until 1844 when Whites and Higher Colesworthy were sold to Sir John KENNAWAY 2nd Bart.

 

Will of Philip WHEATON

- to wife Elizabeth choice of household goods to the value of £10 and an Annuitty of £15 paid from the rent from property left to his son Philip.

- to daughter Mary £400 to be paid to her after the death or remarriage of her mother out of the rent from the property left to his son Philip

- to brother John, nephew Joseph and friend Frederick ELWORTHY the property rented from Sir John KENNAWAY, and all other rented property, allowing son Philip and daughter Mary to continue to carry on the farming business until the agreement with Sir John KENNAWAY expires.  Also to allow his wife, son and daughter to remain in his house.  When the agreement expires then everything to be sold and the money raised to be divided between John and Mary.  Whilst running the farm John and Mary are to keep account which are to be handed to the Trustees from time to time, together with any profits which have accumulated

- to son Philip the Farm and lands called Lower Colesworthy or Baker Sanders and Skinners in Feniton,  Also Corpark in Sidbury in Devon and any other property

Executors John WHEATON, Joseph WHEATON, Frederick ELWORTHY

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: Meeting House, Ottery St Mary Devon502

Occupation: Yeoman of Salcombe Regis; 1833, 1835, 1837, 1841 Farmer; 1851 Farmer 200 acres employing 6 labourers and 3 boys; 1857 Farmer; 1860 Farmer (dcd but not shown as such)

Probate: April 12, 1856, John WHEATON, Joseph WHEATON, Frederick ELSWORTHY503,504

Residences: See Notes

Will: August 2, 1855, Under £600 See Notes505,506

 

Notes for Elizabeth GODFREY:

Addresses

1832        Salcombe Regis, Devon

1841        Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

1851        Fenny Bridges, Feniton, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth GODFREY:

Baptism: June 5, 1801, Sidmouth Higher Meeting House, Sidmouth, Devon507

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's wife

Residences: See Notes

 

Marriage Notes for Philip WHEATON and Elizabeth GODFREY:

Date of marriage on the Devon Marriage Index us 17th May 1832

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Elizabeth GODFREY are:

                 i.    Philip5 WHEATON508,509,510,511,512,513, b. October 24, 1833, Feniton, Devon514,515,516,517,518,519; d. January 26, 1922, Colesworthy House, Feniton, Devon Age 88520,521,522; m. (1) Mary Ann SALTER523, October 8, 1857, Rockbeare, Devon524,525; b. Abt. 1837525; d. Bet. January - March 1860, Honiton District, Devon Age 23?526; m. (2) Susanna Agnes CHERITON527,528,529,530,531, Bet. October - December 1860, St Thomas District, Devon532; b. Abt. 1838, Whetstone or Whitestone, Devon533,534; d. May 11, 1914, Colesworthy House, Sidmouth Junction, Feniton, Devon Age 76535,536,537,538.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

1851 Fenny Bridges, Feniton, Devon

1856 Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon (1856 Kelly's Directory)

1857 Feniton, Devon (Marriage Register)

1857 Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon (1857 Billing's Directory)

1861 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon (M BROWNING)

1871 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon with niece, Agnes EWARD age 12 born Whetstone,

and 3 servants, Dinah CORNES, age 22, Domestic Servant, Charles DANN age 25 Farm

Servant indoors, and William ISAAC age 10, Farm servant indoors.

1878 Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon (Harrods Royal County Directory of Devonshire 1878)

1881 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon with niece Susanna E LENARD, nephew, William

H CHERITON and Emma GRAVES, a General Servant

1891 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon (RG12/1673 District 21 folio 94 p 6)

With Bessie SALTER, Assistant

1901 Sidmouth Junction, Feniton, Devon

With Adela Blanch CHOWN as Assistant in House

1911        Feniton, Ottery St Mary, Devon

                A Servant was Edith PYKE (16) born Hemyock, Devon

1922 Colesworthy House, Feniton, Devon

 

Information from M BROWING about acreage of Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon

1861 = 188 acres, 1871 = 240 acres, 1881 = 112 acres

 

Information from M BROWNING sent to him by Mrs C M GIBBENS of Colesworthy Farm (1996)

Philip's father appears to have taken on the running of Colesworthy farm  from about 1831 to 1851 when his son, this Philip, took it on.  The land was owned by Henry WHEATON's daughter in two parts and the third part by Sarah BABB, daughter of Peter WHEATON until 1844 when Whites and Higher Colesworthy were sold to Sir John KENNAWAY 2nd Bart.

 

Philip WHEATON rented High Colesworthy from Sir John until 1873 when he moved to Lower Colesworthy.  An advert for the tenancy stated that High Colesworthy house and yard had recently been rebuilt.

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: December 8, 1833, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon539,540

Burial: February 1, 1922, Feniton, Devon541,542

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's son; 1857 Farmer; 1871 Farmer of 240 acres employing 3 labourers and 2 boys; 1878 Farmer and Landowner; 1881 Farmer 112 Acres employing 3 labourers; 1891 Farmer; 1901, 1911 Retired Farmer; 1914 Farmer

Probate: June 19, 1922, London to Joseph WHEATON and Henry WHEATON farmers543

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £3,017. 13s. 3d544,545

 

Notes for Mary Ann SALTER:

Addresses

1857 Rockbeare, Devon

 

More About Mary Ann SALTER:

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Susanna Agnes CHERITON:

Addresses

1871 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon

1881 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon

1891 Colesworthy Farm, Feniton, Devon (RG12/1673 District 21 folio 94 p 6)

1901 Sidmouth Junction, Feniton, Devon

1911        Feniton, Ottery St Mary, Devon as S Agnes

                A Servant was Edith PYKE (16) born Hemyock, Devon

1914 Colesworthy House, Feniton, Devon

 

More About Susanna Agnes CHERITON:

Admin (with Will): July 7, 1914, Exeter to Philip WHEATON retired farmer545

Burial: May 16, 1914, Feniton, Devon As WHIDDON546

Occupation: 1871 Farmer's wife

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £388. 7s. 11d547,548

 

                 ii.    Mary WHEATON549,550, b. June 25, 1835, Feniton, Devon551,552,553; m. George Thomas SMITH554,555, December 11, 1860, Ottery St Mary, Devon556,557; b. Abt. 1836557.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1841 Colesworthy, Feniton, Devon

1851 Fenny Bridges, Feniton, Devon

1860 Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Baptism: October 25, 1835, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon558

Emigration: To USA559

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for George Thomas SMITH:

Addresses

1860 Bickleigh, Devon

 

More About George Thomas SMITH:

Emigration: To USA559

Occupation: 1860 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Elizabeth WHEATON560, b. April 24, 1837, Feniton, Devon561; d. Bet. January - March 1839, Honiton District, Devon562,563.

 

Notes for Elizabeth WHEATON:

Not on 1841 Census.

 

More About Elizabeth WHEATON:

Baptism: July 4, 1837, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon564,565

 

 

14.  Sarah4 WHEATON (Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)566,567 was born Abt. 1802 in Otterton, Devon568,569, and died April 13, 1864 in Otterton, Devon570.  She married James BRIDLE571 March 21, 1826 in St Paul, Exeter, Devon571.  He was born July 21, 1800 in Otterton, Devon572, and died February 14, 1872 in Otterton, Devon573.

 

Notes for Sarah WHEATON:

Addresses

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon

                Visiting them was daughter Mary PILE and her son also married daughter

                Emma MURDY

 

More About Sarah WHEATON:

Baptism: November 23, 1802, East Budleigh Independent, Devon574

Occupation: 1861 Farmer of 90 acres wife      

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for James BRIDLE:

Addresses

1851        Otterton, Devon (Michael BROWNING 17/7/2000)

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon

                Visiting them wsa daughter Mary PILE and her son and married daughter

                Emma MURDY

 

More About James BRIDLE:

Baptism: July 21, 1800, Otterton, Devon575

Occupation: 1851 Farmer; 1861 Farmer of 90 acres576

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Sarah WHEATON and James BRIDLE are:

30.            i.    Mary5 BRIDLE, b. 1826, Otterton, Devon; d. December 21, 1912, Otterton, Debon age 86.

                 ii.    Emma BRIDLE577, b. 1829, Otterton, Devon577,578; m. Unknown MURDY579; b. Abt. 1824580.

 

Notes for Emma BRIDLE:

Addresses

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon

                Visiting her parents

 

More About Emma BRIDLE:

Occupation: 1851 Lace Maker581

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    John BRIDLE582, b. 1831, Otterton, Devon582,583.

 

More About John BRIDLE:

Occupation: Labourer583

 

               iv.    George BRIDLE584, b. 1834, Otterton, Devon584,585.

 

More About George BRIDLE:

Occupation: 1851 Labourer585

 

                v.    James BRIDLE586, b. 1836, Otterton, Devon586,587.

 

Notes for James BRIDLE:

Addresses

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon

 

More About James BRIDLE:

Occupation: 1861 Farmer's son

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Joseph BRIDLE588, b. 1839, Otterton, Devon588,589.

 

More About Joseph BRIDLE:

Occupation: 1851 Labourer589

 

               vii.    Henry BRIDLE590, b. October 22, 1840, Otterton, Devon590; d. December 15, 1848, Otterton, Devon590.

              viii.    Isaac BRIDLE590, b. June 8, 1843, Otterton, Devon590,591; m. Susan HUTCHINGS592, 1865592; b. Abt. 1845593.

31.          ix.    William Thomas BRIDLE, b. August 12, 1847, Otterton, Devon; d. June 17, 1913, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA.

                x.    child of James BRIDLE594, b. 1851594.

 

 

15.  Philip4 WHEATON (Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)595,596,597,598 was born May 2, 1815 in Ridgeway Estate, Devon599,600,601,602, and died September 12, 1863 in Ridgeway Farm, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia Australia Age 49603,604,605.  He married Ann Painter JEFFERY606,607 October 3, 1842 in St Edmund, Exeter, Devon607,608,609.  She was born December 30, 1819 in Kenton, Devon610,611, and died October 3, 1888 in Marion Road, Plympton, South Australia, Australia Age 69612,613.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Otterton, Devon

1842        Troy Street, Exeter, Devon

1848        Plympton, South Australia, Australia

1854        Ridgeway Farm, South Australia, Australia.

 

Information from Joy WHEATON

"Emigrated to South Australia in the barque "Gratitude" of 271 tons, arriving in August 1848 at Port Adelaide.  There wre forty-four passengers and a large cargo.  Two were cabin passengers, 15 intermediate and 27 were classed as steerage, including "Philip WHEATON and wife and three children" and John WHEATON and wife, Mary Ann Carter WHEATON".  The latter WHEATONS were also from Devonshire, but apparently unrelated to Philip.  A barque is a three, four or five-masted sailing vessel.  It carries square sails on all masts except the aftermost, on which the ails are rigged fore and aft, in a line with the run of the ship.  As we know that the family travelled steerage class, their fare would have been between £15 and £20 sterling".

 

Newspaper article from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

It listed the passengers:

Edward GLADFIELD Es., and Miss Anne Rooker HUGHES in the cabin

Mrs and Mrs Robert HAWKES and six children

Mr and Mrs Wm WALKER

Messes John Wm SCOTT, Frederick PERRY, John SMITH, John FRISBY in the intermediate

Philip WHEATON wife and three children,

John WHEATON and wife Mary Ann Carter WHEATON

Thomas CULLEY

Francis CULLEY

Francis PALMER

Robert INGHAM

Wm. ENOUY

James BALDERSTON

Edward PARSONS

James PRINGLE wife and daughter

Wm HUNSLEY

Patrick Edward HARRIS and wife

Humphry Harding BICKFORD and wife

Wm SHARP

George Robert HUNTER

John GARBET and

Robert FINCHER in the steerage

 

Newspaper article (2) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

"THE GRATITUDE" FROM LONDON

This barque arrived yesterday from London (10th April) with 44 passengers, and a large carfo of goods.  Several of the passengers are capitalists, and all destined, we trust, to become capital colonists.

The Gratitude did not call at any intermediate port, and her mails not being so recent as the Sibella's of course we have nothing new from Europe"

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Friday 23 April 1852 p 3 Article

APPOINTMENTS.

Appointment to date from the 6th instant Mr- Philip WHEATON to be Keeper of the Public Pound Section 87, District B, on the Bay Road, vice Rigbye, re signed. Mrs. Elizabeth Orsmond to be Keeper of the Public Pound Gawler Town, vice T. H. Orsmond, left the Colony.

 

There are many newspaper entries similar to the following in 1852, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1860. 1861, 1862 and 1863. Last entry was  Saturday 29 August 1863

It would appear that different Pounds were involved; to find all the details all the articles need to be accessed.  There are about 52 pages of 20 notices to a page.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Friday 30 April 1852 p 3 Article

Impounded at the Public Pound, Section 87, District B

One spotted bullock, G off thigh ;

one dark brown bullock, W near shoulder, down horns ;

one brindle bullock, heart near ribs ;

one brown bullock, gR conjoined near shoulder;

one red bullock, 3D off ribs ;

one brown bullock, (T off thigh, wjiitc on rump and under belly ;

one red cow, . white on back and under belly, JSh off ribs, H S off rump ;

one small black cow, white under belly and hind legs, . white star in forehead, no brand legible.-

 If not claimed to bo sold May 24th, 1852, at noon.

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Monday 14 September 1863 p 1 Advertising

FUNERL NOTICES. THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. PHILIP WHEATON are informed that his Remains will leave ridgway Farm, for Plympton Cemetery This Day, September 14, at 4 o clock in the afternoon. , . x

PHILIP WHEATON, Poundkeeper. '

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Thursday 27 February 1890 p 8 Advertising

AT THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE.

On TUESDAY. March 11, at 2.30 p.m.

UNDER THE WILL OF THE LATE PHILIP WHEATOfi.

95 ACRES WITHIN FOUR MILEs OF ADELAIDE.

JAMES MANNING is instructed to

sell by auction as above;

That well-known property, part Section 82,

containing;

70 ACRES.

situated at the corner of the Marion and Glen Ormond

roads, within a few yards of the

PLYMPTOH STOPPING PLACE

on the Victoria Sqaure Railway line, on which Is a

Dwellinghouse ol seven rooms, tank, and outbuildings

The above has extensive

GOVERNMENT ROAD FRONTAGES.

acd being so near to the city and easily accessible by

road and rail must prove a profitable investment.

ALSO

25 1/2 (?( ACRES,

being part Section 87. opposite to the abovc. and

fronting the Glen Osmond and Gleneig roads.

_______________________________

 

The above properties must be sold to enable the

children of the late Philip Wheaton to take their shares

in the estate.

______________________________

 

Title R.P. Act.

_____________________________

 

All partlculars fromthe Auctioneer, Temple

Chambers Curzle Street

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: June 22, 1815, Glenorchy Chapel, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon614,615,616

Burial: September 14, 1863, Plympton Methodist Church, Plympton, South Australia, Australia617,618

Cause of Death: Disease of the Kidney619

Emigration: April 10, 1848, Arrived on "Gratitude"620

Occupation: 1841 Farmer; 1842 Farmer; from 1848 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Ann Painter JEFFERY:

Addresses

1842        Troy Street, Exeter, Devon

 

Information from Joy WHEATON

"Emigrated to South Australia in the barque "Gratitude" of 271 tons, arriving in August 1848 at Port Adelaide.  There wre forty-four passengers and a large cargo.  Two were cabin passengers, 15 intermediate and 27 were classed as steerage, including "Philip WHEATON and wife and three children" and John WHEATON and wife, Mary Ann Carter WHEATON".  The latter WHEATONS were also from Devonshire, but apparently unrelated to Philip.  A barque is a three, four or five-masted sailing vessel.  It carries square sails on all masts except the aftermost, on which the ails are rigged fore and aft, in a line with the run of the ship.  As we know that the family travelled steerage class, their fare would have been between £15 and £20 sterling".

 

Newspaper article from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

It listed the passengers:

Edward GLADFIELD Es., and Miss Anne Rooker HUGHES in the cabin

Mrs and Mrs Robert HAWKES and six children

Mr and Mrs Wm WALKER

Messes John Wm SCOTT, Frederick PERRY, John SMITH, John FRISBY in the intermediate

Philip WHEATON wife and three children,

John WHEATON and wife Mary Ann Carter WHEATON

Thomas CULLEY

Francis CULLEY

Francis PALMER

Robert INGHAM

Wm. ENOUY

James BALDERSTON

Edward PARSONS

James PRINGLE wife and daughter

Wm HUNSLEY

Patrick Edward HARRIS and wife

Humphry Harding BICKFORD and wife

Wm SHARP

George Robert HUNTER

John GARBET and

Robert FINCHER in the steerage

 

Newspaper article (2) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

"THE GRATITUDE" FROM LONDON

This barque arrived yesterday from London (10th April) with 44 passengers, and a large carfo of goods.  Several of the passengers are capitalists, and all destined, we trust, to become capital colonists.

The Gratitude did not call at any intermediate port, and her mails not being so recent as the Sibella's og course we have nothing new from Europe"

 

More About Ann Painter JEFFERY:

Burial: October 1888, Plympton Methodist Church, Plympton, South Australia621

Emigration: April 10, 1848, Aboard "GRATITUDE" arrived Adelaide South Australia 15 April 1848

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Ann JEFFERY are:

32.            i.    Emma Rose5 WHEATON, b. September 28, 1843, Devon; d. October 16, 1891, South Australia, Australia Age 48.

33.            ii.    Mary WHEATON, b. November 14, 1844, Devon; d. April 4, 1915, Gawler River, South Australia, Australia.

34.           iii.    Thomas WHEATON, b. September 11, 1846, Sidbury, near Exeter, Devon; d. May 18, 1924, Plympton, South Australia, Australia Age 77.

35.          iv.    Henry "Harry" Jeffrey WHEATON, b. September 19, 1849, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia; d. January 8, 1933, Eastwood, South Australia, Australia Age 83.

36.           v.    Catherine "Katie" Jane WHEATON, b. March 2, 1852, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia; d. April 11, 1935.

37.          vi.    Joseph John WHEATON, b. November 29, 1853, Ridgeway Farm, Plympton, South Australia, Australia; d. September 22, 1914, McClaren Vale, South Australia, Australia Age 60.

               vii.    Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ann WHEATON622, b. April 22, 1856, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia622,623; d. April 29, 1928624; m. William Henry ECKERSLEY625, April 23, 1881, Residence of Mrs WHEATON, Plympton, South Australia, Australia (or the 14th)625,626,627; b. July 6, 1856628; d. May 25, 1925628.

 

Notes for Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ann WHEATON:

The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889) Thursday 21 April 1881 p 4 Family Notices

ECKERSLEY/WHEATON. On the 14th April, at the residence of the bride's mother, by licence, by the Rev. Thos. Lloyd, William Henry, youngest son of the late James Eckersley, of Brighton, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, of Ridgeway, Plympton.

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Tuesday 17 April 1906 p 4 Family Notices

SILVER WEDDING

ECKERSLEY-WHEATON.-On the 14th April 1881 at the residence of the bride's mother, Plympton, by the Rev. Thos. Lloyd, William Henry, younger son of the late James Eckersley, of Brighton, to Elizabeth A. (Lizzie), youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, of "Ridge way", Plympton Present address-"Schoolhouse,"

 

More About Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ann WHEATON:

Burial: April 1928, St Jude's Cemetery, Brighton, South Australia, Australia628

 

Notes for William Henry ECKERSLEY:

Does the following apply to a member of this family?

 

The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889) Thursday 21 April 1881 p 4 Family Notices

ECKERSLEY/WHEATON. On the 14th April, at the residence of the bride's mother, by licence, by the Rev. Thos. Lloyd, William Henry, youngest son of the late James Eckersley, of Brighton, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, of Ridgeway, Plympton.

 

Information from the National Australian Archives includes:

ECKERSLEY, PERCY CYRIL WHEATON joined 7-2-1902 Boer War Dossier

Contents Range 1902-1902

 

AUTHOR Percy Cyril Wheaton Eckersley : ADDRESS Adelaide : TITLE OF WORK The Amateur Evangelist : TYPE OF WORK Literary : APPLICANT Percy Cyril Wheaton Eckersley : DATE OF APPLICATION 13 Aug 1934 : DATE COPYRIGHT REGISTERED 16 Aug 1934 : WORK ENCLOSED? Order as A1336/2

 

AUTHOR Percy Cyril Wheaton ECKERSLEY (Cyril WHEATON) : ADDRESS Adelaide : TITLE OF WORK Abraham on the Air: TYPE OF WORK: Literary: APPLICANT Percy Cyril Wheaton ECKERSLEY (Cyril WHEATON) : DATE OF APPLICATION 4 Jan 1936: DATE OF COPYWRIGHT REGISTERED 9 Jan 1936

 

ECKERSLEy, Percy Cyril Wheaton (Boer War veteran, funeral benefit)

Content date range 1952-1952

Location Adelaide

 

More About William Henry ECKERSLEY:

Cause of Death: Heart Failure628

 

38.         viii.    Philip WHEATON, b. April 20, 1860, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia; d. March 5, 1918, Brighton, South Australia, Australia Age 57.

 

 

16.  Emma4 WHEATON (Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)629,630 was born February 29, 1820631, and died October 4, 1906 in Collegtown, Australia632.  She married Herman BRICE633,634 Bet. July - September 1839 in Exeter District, Devon635.  He was born Abt. 1815636.

 

Notes for Emma WHEATON:

Addresses

1863        119 Hindley Street, South Australia, Australia

 

More About Emma WHEATON:

Baptism: March 31, 1820, East Budleigh, Devon and Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon637

Emigration: To Australia638

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of Emma WHEATON and Herman BRICE is:

                 i.    Norman Wheaton5 BRICE638,639, b. Abt. 1845640; m. Sarah WHEATON641, August 5, 1878, Residence of Herman BRICE, Narridy, South Australia, Australia642,643; b. Bet. January - March 1841, Clifton District, Somerset644.

 

Notes for Norman Wheaton BRICE:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Wednesday 7 August 1878 p 4 Family Notices

BRICE/WHEATON. On the 5th August, at Narridy, by the Rev. J. B. Sneyd, Norman Wheaton, eldest son of Hermon Brice, Landscape Farm, Narridy, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, Bow. 'London.

 

Notes for Sarah WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1871        4 Theobald Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex (RG10/571 folio? page 22)

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Wednesday 7 August 1878 p 4 Family Notices

BRICE/WHEATON. On the 5th August, at Narridy, by the Rev. J. B. Sneyd, Norman Wheaton, eldest son of Hermon Brice, Landscape Farm, Narridy, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, Bow. 'London.

 

More About Sarah WHEATON:

Emigration: to Australia

Occupation: 1871 Draper

Residences: See Notes

 

 

17.  Philip4 WHEATON (Nathaniel3, John2, Joseph1)645,646,647,648 was born September 15, 1808 in Sidbury, Devon649,650,651, and died July 15, 1875 in 15, Archibald Terrace, Campbell-road, London, Middlesex Age 65652,653,654.  He married Elizabeth BAKER655 March 26, 1833 in St Mary Magdelene, Taunton, Somerset655.  She was born Abt. 1810 in Taunton, Somerset656,657,658, and died Bet. April - June 1873 in Poplar District, Middlesex Age 63659.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1833        Torquay, Devon

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1851        21 Princes Street, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1871        4 Theobald Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex (RG10/571 folio? page 22)

                Visitor Alice BELLARD Unmarried Age 29 Milliner born Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 21 September 1875 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON. On the 15th July, at his residence, 15, Archibald-terrace, Campbell-road, London, Mr. Philip Wheaton, aged 65, father of Mrs. John Lewis, of Angaston, and uncle to Mr. P. Wheaton, of Port Victor, and first cousin to Mrs. H. Brice, of Narridy.

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: October 13, 1808, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon660,661

Occupation: 1833 Whitesmith; 1841, 1851 Engineer; 1871 Engineer's Fitter

Residences: See notes

 

Notes for Elizabeth BAKER:

Addresses

1833        Taunton, Somerset

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1851        21 Princes Street, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (Without), Gloucestershire

1871        4 Theobald Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex (RG10/571 folio? page 22)

 

More About Elizabeth BAKER:

Residences: See Notes

 

Marriage Notes for Philip WHEATON and Elizabeth BAKER:

Diocese of Bath and Wells

On the twenty fifth Day of March 1833

Appeared personally Phiip Wheaton

of the Parish of Torquay

in the County of Devon a Whitesmith and

a Bachelor of the age of twenty one years

and prayed a Licence of the Solemnization of Matrimony, in the Parish

Church of St Mary Magdalene Taunton in the County

Somerset and Diocese of Bath and Wells, between

him and Elizabeth Baker

of the Parish of St Mary Magdalene

Taunton in the County of Somerset a Spinster

of the age of twenty one years

and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred

or Alliance, or of any other lawful Cause,nor any Suit commenced in any

Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the Proceeding of the said Matrimony,

according to the Tenor or such Licence.  And he further made Oath, that

she hath had her usual Place of Abode within the Parish of

St Mary Magdalene Taunton aforesaid, for the Space of Fifteen

Days last past

                (signed) Philip Wheaton

 

Sworn before me

Henry Bowery (Surrogate)

 

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Elizabeth BAKER are:

                 i.    Joseph5 WHEATON, b. Abt. 1834662; d. July 24, 1841, North Town, Taunton, Devon Age 7663,664.

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Baptism: June 8, 1834, Cary Street Independent Chapel, Torquay, Devon665

Cause of Death: Appoplectic Fit666

Informant of Death: Sarah RYDON in attendance666

 

                 ii.    Mary (Elizabeth?) WHEATON667, b. Abt. 1835, Torquay, Devon667.

 

Notes for Mary (Elizabeth?) WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1851        21 Princes Street, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (Without), Gloucestershire

1871        4 Theobald Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex (RG10/571 folio? page 22)

 

More About Mary (Elizabeth?) WHEATON:

Baptism: June 28, 1835, Cary Street Independent Chapel, Torquay, Devon668

Occupation: 1851 Domestic Duties; 1871 Draper

Residences: See Notes

 

39.           iii.    Ellen WHEATON, b. Abt. 1837, Tiverton, Devon.

               iv.    Sarah WHEATON669, b. Bet. January - March 1841, Clifton District, Somerset670; m. Norman Wheaton BRICE671,672, August 5, 1878, Residence of Herman BRICE, Narridy, South Australia, Australia672,673; b. Abt. 1845673.

 

Notes for Sarah WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1871        4 Theobald Street, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex (RG10/571 folio? page 22)

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Wednesday 7 August 1878 p 4 Family Notices

BRICE/WHEATON. On the 5th August, at Narridy, by the Rev. J. B. Sneyd, Norman Wheaton, eldest son of Hermon Brice, Landscape Farm, Narridy, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, Bow. 'London.

 

More About Sarah WHEATON:

Emigration: to Australia

Occupation: 1871 Draper

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Norman Wheaton BRICE:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Wednesday 7 August 1878 p 4 Family Notices

BRICE/WHEATON. On the 5th August, at Narridy, by the Rev. J. B. Sneyd, Norman Wheaton, eldest son of Hermon Brice, Landscape Farm, Narridy, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, Bow. 'London.

 

 

18.  Nathaniel4 WHEATON (Nathaniel3, John2, Joseph1)674,675,676 was born September 10, 1810 in Sidbury, Devon677, and died March 22, 1849 in Park Farm, now Saint Peters College, Adelaide, South Australia Age 38678,679.  He married Mary Bynon or Byron HALEY680,681 April 20, 1837 in Exeter St Edmund, Exeter, Devon682,683.  She was born October 1802 in Morrices Square-Independent, Plymouth Dock, Devon684,685, and died May 26, 1874 in Hackney, South Australia, Australia Age 71686,687.

 

Notes for Nathaniel WHEATON:

Addresses

1837        All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon

 

Emigration

Name of Ship "HARTLEY"

Name of Captain R FEWSIN /Thomas FEWSON

Date of Arrival 20/28 October 1837

Port of arrival Port Adelaide

(departed Gravesend)

 

From Russell WHEATON

Rex WHEATON's "Faces North", a family history of Nathaniel and Mary WHEATON, who emigrated to S.A. in 1837, gives Nathaniel's date of baptism as the 23th September 1810 and Date of death as 22nd March 1849.  DCW gives Date of death as 24th March 1849.  DCW gives year of birth as 1810.  Rex believes Nathaniel's father was also a Nathaniel WHEATON, baptised 6th September 1775 at Sidbury Independent and married to Sarah.  He died about 1812.  This is shown in the WHEATON book.  Rex also shows Nathaniel as having brothers John, baptised 27 December 1807 at Sidbury Independent and Philip, baptised 13 October 1808 at Sidbury Independent and died 1875, just as in the WHEATON book.  Although Rex mentioned William and Elizabeth WHEATON he does not show where their place on the family tree is.  He does show what he believes is a photo of them.  This was supplied by Mrs Betty CORNISH, 7 Ralph Avenue, Belair, South Australia.  It is not clear who she is.

 

Nathaniel lived at Hackney.  He died of tuberulosis.  Another sources says he died of consumption.  Buried on the company (The South Australian Company) farm at Hackney with son James.  Roger's notes: b 7/10/1811.

 

Supplement to "The WHEATON Story" gives Nathaniel's DOB as 27 October 1811 and states that Nathaniel and Mary left Gravesend, London in the barque Hartley on the 17th May 1837 and arrived in Port Adelaide on the 28th October 1837.

 

Nathaniel was farm supervisor, a position he took over from a Mr William Beavis RANDELL after working for him for seven years.  Believed to be a cousin to a Nathaniel WHEATON who lived in South Road.  DCW: 1840-1849.

 

Rex's book has a picture of the home at 61 Hackney Road.  When Mary died in 1874 the house was sold for 1,000 pounds.  It was auctioned on the 8th August 1984 for $350,000

 

Further information available in copy of letter originally sent from Rex WHEATON to Joy WHEATON.  A copy of this letter was sent to me by Michael BROWNING and can be found in the WHEATON "Information from others" folder.

 

More About Nathaniel WHEATON:

Baptism: September 23, 1810, Sidbury Independent, Sidbury, Devon688,689

Burial: March 24, 1849, Hackney, Adelaide, South Australia690

Cause of Death: Consumpton (pulmonary tuberculosis)

Emigration: May 17, 1837, From Hartland, Devon; Left from Gravesend, and arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia on brig "Hartley" (322 tons)  with Captain HEWSIN on 28 October 1837. There were 82 other passengers.690

Informant of Death: Thomas BRICE, Cabinet Maker691

Occupation: Miller/Overseer; Farm Manager692

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary Bynon or Byron HALEY:

Addresses

1837        All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon

 

Information from Russell WHEATON

The name is Mary Bryon on the IGI and in the supplement to The WHEATON story.  Dorothy WHEATON's records show Bynon.  Mary kept a school at 61 Hackney Road after the death of her husband Nathaniel in 1849.  A tree with Roger's data showas DOB as 1807.

 

More About Mary Bynon or Byron HALEY:

Baptism: October 2, 1829, Marsh Chapel-Independent, Sidmouth, Devon, England - Adult Christening693

Burial: May 1874, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia694

Occupation: Schoolmistress

Residences: See notes

       

Children of Nathaniel WHEATON and Mary HALEY are:

                 i.    Elizabeth5 WHEATON695, b. February 18, 1838, Park Farm district, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia695; d. August 17, 1880695; m. Henry CORNISH695, May 9, 1861, Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia695,696; b. Abt. 1838, Devon697,698,699; d. August 30, 1875700.

 

Notes for Elizabeth WHEATON:

Information from Russell WHEATON

"Mum's very large tree whioch Roger has shows Elizabeth as being a Mrs FARRANT.  Mum's small tree gives year of birth as 1830"

 

More About Henry CORNISH:

Burial: WTC, Adelaide, South Australia700

Occupation: Draper in Adelaide City Area700

Residence: Kent Town

 

40.            ii.    Philip WHEATON, b. August 13, 1839, Park Farm, Hackney, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; d. May 18, 1913, Hyde Park, South Australia, Australia Age 73 See notes.

                iii.    Mary Susanna WHEATON700, b. May 8, 1841, Park Farm District, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia700; d. October 16, 1925, Stansbury, South Australia, Australia Age 85700; m. James CORNISH700, May 28, 1862, Jacob Abbott's residence, Gilbert Street, South Australia, Australia700; b. May 11, 1840, At sea700; d. October 22, 1902, Australia700.

 

Notes for Mary Susanna WHEATON:

Obituary from Russell WHEATON

The Later Mrs Cornish, Senr.

Mrs J Cornish, who quietly passed to her rest on Friday Oct 16 (1925), in her 85th year, at her late residence near Stansbury, was the widow of the late Pastor James Cornish, who died on Oct 22, 1902.  Mrs. Cornish was born near Adelaide in 1841, and was the second daughter of the later Nathaniel Wheaton, who came to South Australi early in 1837, only a few months after the Proclamation of the Colony.  Losing her father by death when she was quite a child, deceased with her mother, a brother and two sisters experiences many of the hardshis of the early settlers.  Mrs Cornish could tell many thrilling and interesting experiances of the early days of Adelaide.  She was married in 1862, and with her husband carried on farming near Stepney.  In 1875 they moved to York Peninsula and settled on their farm near Stansbury, where she resided till her death. Her bright, consistent Christian character and genial disposition bore evident testimony of the unward grace and faith which she, with her devoted husband, possessed, and when the latter was called to the Ministry of the Church, she lovingly fulfilled her part in the great work, and was an active member of the Christian Church up to the time of her death - a period of over fifty year.  Of her family of twelve (eight sons and four daughters), seven survive her, viz P A Cornish, Saddleworth; A W, J W and A Cornish, Stansbury, Miss Cornish (Nell*) Stansbury, Mrs W Brook, Forestville, and Mrs G Nankivell (Bessie*), Georgetown.  She also leaves 21 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

 

More About Mary Susanna WHEATON:

Occupation: Dressmaker700

 

More About James CORNISH:

Occupation: Orchardist and ran a jam factory; later a farmer at Woodburg near Stansbury, South Australia; Pastor700

 

               iv.    James WHEATON700, b. February 18, 1844, Park Farm District, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia701,702; d. December 9, 1847, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Age 3 years 10 months703,704.

 

More About James WHEATON:

Burial: December 1847, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia705

 

41.           v.    Fanny WHEATON, b. October 7, 1845, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; d. May 12, 1935.

 

 

19.  James Wheaton4 RAYMOND (Mary3 WHEATON, James2, Joseph1)706 was born Abt. 1800 in Sidbury, Devon706,707, and died Bet. October - December 1876 in Honiton District, Devon age 75708,709.  He married (1) Mary LOVERING710 August 26, 1834 in Ottery St Mary, Devon710.  She was born 1807 in Broadclist, Devon711.  He met (2) Mary Ann RENDLE712 Aft. 1842713.  She was born Abt. 1835 in Stokenham, Devon714.

 

Notes for James Wheaton RAYMOND:

Addresses

1841        Otterton, Devon

1851        Ottery St Mary, Devon

                Living with him were sons George and John but no wife

1861        St Aubyn, Stoke Damerel, Devon

                Shown as married, no wife living with him

                Visitors were Mary A RENDLE (26) born Stokenham, Devon and her son Richard (18)

                born Plymouth, Devon

 

Information from Victor COWLING 5/3/2012

A report in The Western Times of 7 June 1872 records the appearance of James (Wheaton ) RAYMOND before the magistrates at Ottery after he was found sleeping in a room adjacent to the local GP's surgery. It states that he had "run away" from his wife 16 years earlier. After about 9 years absence he had returned to be told he was "not wanted". He had received the same response when he approached his wife again more recently. With no where to go and very little money he had then wandered the streets until he was arrested. He was ordered to leave the town at once.

 

More About James Wheaton RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1841 Baker; 1851 Baker now Pauper; 1861 Baker

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary LOVERING:

Addresses

1834        "Of Ottery St Mary, Devon"

1841        Otterton, Devon

1851        Not living with her husband

                Ottery St Mary, Devon

                Living as Nurse with the LILLTEY (?) family

1861        Not found

1871        Mill Street, Ottery St Mary, Devon

                Not living with husband, and could be describing herself as a widow, difficult to read

                Living with her was a Lodger and a cousin.

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

                Living son George and family

 

More About Mary LOVERING:

Occupation: 1851 Nurse

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary Ann RENDLE:

Addresses

1861        St Aubyn, Stoke Damerel, Devon

                Shown as visitor, along with son Richard, to James RAYMOND

 

More About Mary Ann RENDLE:

Baptism: May 3, 1835, Stokenham, Devon714

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of James RAYMOND and Mary LOVERING are:

                 i.    James5 RAYMOND715, b. December 5, 1834, Ottery, Devon715,716.

 

Notes for James RAYMOND:

Addresses

1851        Talaton, Devon

                Servant (Ag) with family of Barnabas WRIGHT

1841        Otterton, Devon

 

More About James RAYMOND:

Baptism: February 18, 1835, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon717

Occupation: 1851 Servant (Ag)

Residences: See Notes

 

                 ii.    William RAYMOND718, b. October 20, 1836, Ottery St Mary, Devon718,719,720; m. Charlotte UNKNOWN wife of William RAYMOND721; b. 1831, Cullumpton, Devon721.

 

Notes for William RAYMOND:

Addresses

1841        Otterton, Devon

1851        Feniton, Devon

                Visiting Joseph and Deborah WHEATON and their family

1861        Summerland Street, St Andrew, Devon

 

More About William RAYMOND:

Baptism: January 18, 1837, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon722

Occupation: 1851 Scholar; 1861 Painter and Glazier

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Charlotte UNKNOWN wife of William RAYMOND:

Addresses

1861        Summerland Street, St Andrew, Devon

 

More About Charlotte UNKNOWN wife of William RAYMOND:

Residences: See Notes

 

42.           iii.    George RAYMOND, b. Bet. October - December 1838, Ottery St Mary, Devon.

               iv.    John RAYMOND723, b. Bet. January - March 1842, Otterton, Devon723,724.

 

Notes for John RAYMOND:

Addresses

1842        St Thomas Workhouse, Devon

                Information from Victor Cowling 22/2/2012

                Settlement examination date 6 May 1842 was taken whilst he was resident in St Thomas

                Worhouse.  John was 10 weeks old

1851        Ottery St Mary, Devon

                Living, together with brother George, with father, no mother present

1861        Fore Street, Sidmouth, Devon

                Apprentice in home of John B I WEBBER and family

 

More About John RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1851 Scholar; 1861 Apprentice (Baker?)

Residences: See Notes

 

       

Children of James RAYMOND and Mary RENDLE are:

43.           v.    Richard5 RENDLE, b. Bet. October - December 1859, Plymouth, Devon.

               vi.    Mary Ann RENDLE724, b. November 15, 1864, Stoke Damerel, Devon724.

               vii.    Sarah Ann RENDLE724, b. Bet. April - June 1867, Stoke Damerel, Devon724,725.

 

 

20.  James4 WHEATON (James3, James2, Joseph1)726,727,728 was born December 3, 1804 in Lyme Regis, Dorset729, and died February 7, 1873 in 9 Sivill Square Heavitree, Devon Age 68730,731.  He married Ann Mansell TEED732,733 August 4, 1840 in Clyst St Mary, Devon733.  She was born Abt. 1805 in London, Middlesex734, and died May 9, 1852 in St Thomas District, Devon735.

 

Notes for James WHEATON:

Addresses

1840        St Pancras, Middlesex (Ann GODWIN 11/7/2000)

1841        Sols Row, St Pancras, Middlesex

                Living with them was Charles BROOKS (20) Chemists Assistant Not born in Middlesex

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell as a widower

                Living in the property of his brother John, with children Annie and James

1851        Fore Street, Bridgewater, Somerset

                Also at same address was Mary TWEED (54), Emma Jenkins TWEED (44) both

                sisters-in-law, and Mary Jane HOOPER (17) House Servant

1871        9 Savill Place, Heavitree, Devon

 

More About James WHEATON:

Baptism: January 15, 1805, Independent Chapel, Chard Street, Axminster, Devon and in the Independent Church, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset by Mr Small of Axminster736,737

Occupation: 1841, 1851 Chemist; 1861 Druggists Assistant; 1871 Landowner;  1873 Gentleman738

Probate: February 19, 1873, Exeter to Anne Emma Teed WHEATON of 9 Sivill Square, Heavitree, spinster, daughter, sole executor739

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects under £450739,740

 

Notes for Ann Mansell TEED:

Addresses

1840        Bishops Clist, Devon (Ann GODWIN 11/7/2000)

1841        Sols Row, St Pancras, Middlesex

                Living with them was Charles BROOKS (20) Chemists Assistant Not born in Middlesex

1851        Fore Street, Bridgewater, Somerset (Reference given was "Somerset        Z/11/95)

                With Mary and Emma TEED

 

More About Ann Mansell TEED:

Burial: May 1852, Clyst St Mary, Devon741

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of James WHEATON and Ann TEED are:

                 i.    Annie Emma Teed5 WHEATON742,743,744,745, b. Bet. July - September 1842, St Pancras, Middlesex746,747,748,749,750; m. Charles Theobald CHURCH or George Ricahrd TRATT751, Bet. October - December 1899, Newton Abbot District, Devon (See Notes)752; b. Abt. 1837753.

 

Notes for Annie Emma Teed WHEATON:

Addresses

1851        Fore Street, Bridgewater, Somerset

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

1871        9 Savill Place, Heavitree, Devon

1873        9 Sivill Square, Heavitree, Devon (Will of father)

1881        5 Albion Place, Heavitree, Devon.

                In same property was her aunt, Emma J TEED and a General Domestic Servant             

1891        5 Albion Place, Heavitree, Devon (RG12/1680 folio 57 page 6)

                Living with aunt Emma J TEED S 84 Living on Own Means born St Martins in the Field

                London, and cousin Florence PONTEFRACT S 30 companion born Holmfirth, Yorkshire

 

More About Annie Emma Teed WHEATON:

Occupation: 1861 Daily Governess; 1871 Landowner; 1881 Landowner; 1891 Living on Own Means

Residences: See Notes

 

Marriage Notes for Annie WHEATON and Charles TRATT:

Cannot find a suitable Ann* CHURCH or TRATT on the 1901 census to decide who she married.

 

                 ii.    James Henry WHEATON754,755,756, b. Bet. October - December 1844, St Pancras, London, Middlesex757,758; d. November 1862, Bridgewater District, Somerset, Age 18758,759.

 

Notes for James Henry WHEATON:

Addresses

1851        Fore Street, Bridgewater, Somerset

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

 

More About James Henry WHEATON:

Burial: November 8, 1862, St John the Baptist, Bridgewater, Dorset759

Occupation: 1861 Articled pupil to an Architect

Residences: See Notes

 

 

21.  John4 WHEATON (James3, James2, Joseph1)760,761 was born June 16, 1812 in Lyme Regis, Dorset762,763, and died Bet. April - June 1876 in Camberwell District, Surrey764.  He married Mary KING765,766,767 Bet. April - June 1851 in St Giles District, London767.  She was born Abt. 1820 in Chelmsford (1861, 1881) or Writtle (1871, 1891), Essex768.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Park Road, Peckham, Surrey (birth of daughter)

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

        Living with him was his brother James, niece Annie and nephew James H

1871        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

 

Does the following belong to John and his son John George?

Gazette Issue 24164 published on the 22 December 1874. Page 28 of 44

Liquidation of business at 31-33 High Stree, Peckham, Surrey, Stationers, trading as WHEATON and son.

Meeting of creditors to be held on the 11 January 1875 at the offices of Smart, Snell and Company at 85 and 86 Cheapside, London

 

http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24425/pages/1032

Gazette Issue 24425 published on the 27 February 1877. Page 56 of 66

Notice from James R SNELL Trustee Asking for creditors to send particulars by 5 March 1977

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: June 30, 1812, Independent Chapel, Lyme Regis, Dorset. Baptised by S ROOKE769,770

Occupation: 1861 Publisher's Assistant; 1871 Inspector Life Assurance Agent771

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Mary KING:

Addresses

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

        Living with them was James WHEATON, John's brother, niece Annie and nephew

        James H

1871        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

1881        Myrtle Cottage, Harrington Road, Croydon, Surrey with husband Thomas Cole CARTER

1891        6 Harrington Road, Croydon, Surrey

                Visiting them was Tamar FRANCIS (70) Single a Cook born Burstow, Surrey

1901        Alms House, Kings Head Road, Great Baddow, Essex

 

Mary married again, June quarter 1880 Croydon District, Surrey to Thomas Cole CARTER

 

More About Mary KING:

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of John WHEATON and Mary KING are:

                 i.    John George5 WHEATON772,773,774, b. Bet. July - September 1851, St Giles District or Camberwell, Surrey or Bloomsbury, Middlesex775,776; d. Bet. April - June 1888, Lewisham District, Kent Age 36776; m. Henrietta Harriett SAVAGE777,778,779,780, Bet. July - September 1873, Camberwell District, Surrey781; b. Abt. 1852, Lambeth, Surrey782.

 

Notes for John George WHEATON:

Addresses

1861 2 Radnor Terrace, Queen's Road, Camberwell, Surrey

1881 South W Hotel, Aldershot, Hampshire

Barman to Ambrose SKINNER, Hotel Keeper, born Camberwell, Surrey

Also in property were a Valet, Boots, Cook and Housemaid 

Wife not at this address in 1881

 

Does the following belong to John George and his father John?

Gazette Issue 24164 published on the 22 December 1874. Page 28 of 44

Liquidation of business at 31-33 High Stree, Peckham, Surrey, Stationers, trading as WHEATON and son.

Meeting of creditors to be held on the 11 January 1875 at the offices of Smart, Snell and Company at 85 and 86 Cheapside, London

 

More About John George WHEATON:

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 Bookseller's Assistant; 1881 Barman (Dom)

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Henrietta Harriett SAVAGE:

Addresses

1881 58 Flaxman Road, The Wickwood, Lambeth, Surrey

Henrietta is shown as the daughter of David and Barbara SAVAGE.

There were 4 other daughters, a son and a servant

 

More About Henrietta Harriett SAVAGE:

Residences: See Notes

 

44.            ii.    Charles WHEATON, b. Bet. April - June 1855, Camberwell, Surrey; d. Bet. January - March 1886, Epsom District, Surrey Age 30.

                iii.    Alice Mary WHEATON783,784, b. March 16, 1861, 2 Radnor Terrace, Queen's Road, Park Road, Peckham, Surrey785; d. Bet. January - March 1863, Camberwell District, Surrey Age 2786.

 

Notes for Alice Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1861 2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

 

More About Alice Mary WHEATON:

Residences: See Notes

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

22.  Joseph5 WHEATON (Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)787,788 was born March 20, 1821 in Clisthydon, Devon789,790,791, and died August 7, 1895 in Zeal Monachorum, Devon Age 74792.  He married (Jane) Sophia Glanvill HAYMAN793 Bet. January - March 1848 in Exeter District, Devon794.  She was born Abt. 1825 in Feniton, Devon or Tiverton, Devon (1871 Clannaborough Census)795,796, and died Bet. April - June 1919 in Billericay, Essex Age 94797,798.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1949, 1850      Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1850        Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon (White's Directory)

1851        Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon with wife and 2 daughters and

        Sarah Ann WHITE Nurse Unmarried Age 22 born Northleigh, Devon

        Louisa UPHAM Servant Unmarried House Servant Age 12 born Tallerton, Devon

        George TOLMAN Servant Unmarried Age 17 Farm Labourer born Ottery, Devon

        Thomas TOLMAN Servant Unmarried Age 13 Plough Boy born Ottery, Devon

1861        Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon (M.BROWNING)

1862        Clist Hydon, Devon (Harrison Harrod & Co Directory)

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

                Living with them was Emma WHEATON (25) Sister and Thomas ROWLEY (24) born

                Bow, Devon Farm Servant.

1878        Serston, Zeal Monochorum, Devon (1878 Harrods Directory)

1881        Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1884        Zeal Monochorum, Devon (M BROWNING)

1891        Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)

        With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1895        Serston Farm, Bow, Devon

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Baptism: May 13, 1821, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon799,800

Burial: Zeal Monachorum, Devon801

Occupation: 1849, 1850 Yeoman; 1851 Farmer of 118 acres employing 4 labourers; 1871 Farmer of 160 acres employing 4 labourers; 1881 Farmer of 200 acres employing 2 men; 1884 Yeoman;  1891, 1895 Farmer

Probate: September 14, 1895, Exeter to Jane Sophia Glanvill WHEATON, Widow802

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £494. 16s 4d803

 

Notes for (Jane) Sophia Glanvill HAYMAN:

Addresses

1851        Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1891        Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)

        With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1901        MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Park Farm, Dunton, Brentwood, Essex

                Living with the brothers and sisters was Boarder Agnes Lane CRABBE (88) widow born Clyst Hydon, Devon

 

More About (Jane) Sophia Glanvill HAYMAN:

Burial: May 27, 1919, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex804

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Joseph WHEATON and (Jane) HAYMAN are:

                 i.    Lucy6 WHEATON805,806,807, b. Bet. January - March 1849, Ottery St Mary, Devon808,809; d. May 4, 1937, Sidmouth Junction, Feniton, Devon Age 88810,811.

 

Notes for Lucy WHEATON:

Addresses

1851 Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1861        8,7 Bennswick Terrace, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon

                Pupil in a school

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1881 Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1891 Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)  

With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1901 MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Park Farm, Dunton, Brentwood, Essex

                Living with brother Joseph, her mother, brothers and sisters and Boarder Agnes Lane CRABBE (88) widow born Clyst Hydon,

                Devon

1937 Colesworthy House, Feniton, Devon

 

More About Lucy WHEATON:

Baptism: March 21, 1849, Ottery St Mary, Devon811,812

Burial: May 8, 1937, Feniton, Devon813

Occupation: 1871, 1891 Farmer's daughter; 1911 Dairy Work

Probate: June 23, 1937, London to Etta WHEATON and Jessie WHEATON814

Residences: See Notes

Will: £164. 9s. 5d815,816

 

                 ii.    Henrietta "Etta" WHEATON817,818,819,820,821,822, b. Bet. July - September 1850, Ottery St Mary, Devon823,824; d. December 5, 1947, Colsworthy, Devon Age 97825,826,827.

 

Notes for Henrietta "Etta" WHEATON:

Addresses

1851 Great Well, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1881 Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1891 Larklease Court, Whimple, Devon (RG12/1678 District 8 folio 71 p3)

Henrietta was visiting Harry PROUSE whose housekeeper and niece was Mary

WHEATON, daughter of Philip and Eliabeth

1911        28 Neco Reich Road, Southwark, London as Etta

                Housekeeper to Arthur G BROWN (40) single Provision Merchant Manager born Langford, Bedfordshire.  In the same property

                there were two Assistants to to Provision Merchant Manager Edgar POVEY (19) born Lyndhurst, Hampshire and Frederick

                FOLD (16) born Square ???, Northamptonshire

 

More About Henrietta "Etta" WHEATON:

Baptism: August 10, 1850, Ottery St Mary, Devon828,829

Burial: December 10, 1947, Feniton, Devon830

Occupation: 1871, 1891 Farmer's daughter; 1911 Housekeeper

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Joseph WHEATON831,832, b. Bet. October - December 1851, Ottery St Mary, Devon833,834; d. October 17, 1926, Colesworthy, Sidmouth Junction, Devon, Age 75835,836,837.

 

Notes for Joseph WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1881 Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1891 Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)

With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1901 Whitehall Farm, Dunton, Devon

Agnes CRABBE Aunt, (78) Living on owns means, born Clysthydon, Devon was living

with the family

1911        Park Farm, Dunton, Brentwood, Essex

                Living with him were his mother, brothers and sisters and Boarder Agnes Lane CRABBE (88) widow born Clyst Hydon, Devon

 

More About Joseph WHEATON:

Burial: October 23, 1926, Feniton, Devon838

Occupation: 1871, 1881, 1891 Farmer's son; 1901, 1911 Farmer; 1922 Farmer (Will of Philip d 1922)

Residences: See Notes

 

               iv.    Jessie WHEATON839,840, b. Bet. January - March 1853, Ottery St Mary, Devon841,842; d. December 9, 1941, Feniton, Devon Age 88843,844,845.

 

Notes for Jessie WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1881 Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1891 Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)

With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1901 MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Park Farm, Dunton, Brentwood, Essex

                Living with brother Joseph, her mother, brothers and sisters and Boarder Agnes Lane CRABBE (88) widow born Clyst Hydon,

                Devon

 

More About Jessie WHEATON:

Burial: December 13, 1941, Feniton, Devon846

Occupation: 1871, 1891 Farmer's daughter; 1911 Dairy Work

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Henry "Harry" WHEATON847,848,849, b. Bet. October - December 1854, Ottery St Mary, Devon850,851; d. January 20, 1951, Colesworthy House, Feniton, Devon Age 96852,853,854; m. Unknown wife of Henry WHEATON, Abt. 1879, (See Notes); b. Abt. 1859855.

 

Notes for Henry "Harry" WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Welson, Clannaborough, Devon

1881 Serstone Farm, Zeal Monachorum, Devon

1891 Serston Farm, Bow, Devon (RG12/1759 Dist 3 folio 26 p2)

With William WARDON (17), Servant born Zeal Monochorum, Devon

1901 MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Park Farm, Dunton, Brentwood, Essex

                Living with brother Joseph, his mother, brothers and sisters and Boarder Agnes Lane CRABBE (88) widow born Clyst Hydon,

                Devon

 

More About Henry "Harry" WHEATON:

Burial: January 25, 1951, Feniton, Devon856

Occupation: 1881, 1871, 1881, 1891 Farmer's son; 1901 Farmer; 1911 Working on Farm; 1922 Farmer (Will of Philip d 1922)

Residences: See Notes

Will: .857

 

Marriage Notes for Henry WHEATON and Unknown WHEATON:

There are two possible marriages in the Index, 1879 in Newton Abbot and 1880 in Okehampton.

On the other hand, on the 1891 Census Henry is aged 34,  living with his parents and is shown as being single.  Similarly, on the 1901 Census Henry is shown as single

 

45.          vi.    Frank WHEATON, b. Bet. October - December 1865, Clannaborough, Devon or Bow, Devon (1911); d. July 20, 1934, Barking, Essex Age 68.

 

 

23.  Henry Hayman5 WHEATON (Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)858,859,860,861 was born March 24, 1825 in Clyst Hydon, Devon862,863,864,865, and died July 27, 1915 in Horndon in the Hill, Essex Age 90866,867,868.  He married Elizabeth (Mary) SALTER869,870 Bet. October - December 1853 in St Thomas District, Devon871.  She was born Bet. 1832 - 1839 in Ottery St Mary, Devon (Anne WHEATON gives name as SLATER)872,873, and died Bet. April - June 1899 in Orsett District, Essex Age 67874.

 

Notes for Henry Hayman WHEATON:

Addressses

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851        Marsh, Clisthydon, Devon

1854, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859

        Halsdown Farm, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon

        The 1857 information is from the Billing Directory of Devon and shows Henry

        as of "Halsdown also the Hills".

1862        Halsdon Farm, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon

        Farmer (from Harrison, Harrod & Co 1862 Directory of Devon and Cornwall

1881        14 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London, Middlesex

        Also at same address were 3 visitors:

        Alfred TRICKEY(13), Flora TRICKEY(9) and Albert TRICKEY(7), all born Paddington,

        Middlesex

1891        The Hall Farm, Laindon Hill, Orsett, Essex (RG12/1380 folio 44 p 1)

1901        MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Horndon-on-Hill, Essex as a widower

                Living with him was a daughter "Lue" age 46, niece Matilda HOLLICK (46) Independent born Withycombe, Devon and

                granddaughter Edith WHEATON (15) born Baddow, Essex               

1915        Great Milgrove, Horndon on the Hill, Essex

 

More About Henry Hayman WHEATON:

Administration: August 26, 1915, London to Clara and Louisa WHEATON both spinsters875

Baptism: May 22, 1825, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon876,877

Burial: July 31, 1915, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's son; 1854, 56, 58, 59, 62, 66 Farmer; 1881 Butter Merchant; 1891 Yeoman, The Hall Farm; 1901, 1911, 1928 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £1,268. 4s. 4d878,879

 

Notes for Elizabeth (Mary) SALTER:

Addresses

1881        14 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London, Middlesex

1891        The Hall Farm, Laindon Hill, Orset, Essex (RG12/1380 folio 44 p 1)

 

More About Elizabeth (Mary) SALTER:

Burial: June 5, 1899, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex880

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Henry WHEATON and Elizabeth SALTER are:

                 i.    Clara6 WHEATON881, b. Bet. July - September 1854, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon (Exmouth on 1901 Census)882,883; d. November 26, 1917, Great Malgraves Farm, Horndon, Essex Age 62884,884,885.

 

Notes for Clara WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 No information

1891 The Hall Farm, Laindon Hill, Orset, Essex (RG12/1380 folio 44 p 1)

1901 The Hall Farm, Langdon Hills, Essex

1911        Hall Farm, Langdon Hill, Essex

                Living with her brother Henry.  A Domestic Servant was Alice STENNING (14) born Essex

1918 Gwyndale, 19 Southbourne Grove, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex

 

More About Clara WHEATON:

Baptism: December 21, 1854, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon886

Burial: November 28, 1917, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex887

Occupation: 1891 None; 1901, 1911 Housekeeper

Probate: April 30, 1918, London to  Alfred and Henry Hayman WHEATON Farmers

Residences: See Notes

Will: £2,123. 13s. 4d888,889

 

                 ii.    Fanny Elizabeth WHEATON890,891,892, b. Bet. January - March 1856, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon893,894; d. July 16, 1939, Westcliff on Sea, Essex age 85895,896,897.

 

Notes for Fanny Elizabeth WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        There is a Fanny WHEATON (15) at Marlborough House, Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon

                where she was a pupil at a Ladies Boarding School run by Eliza K BAMBER (43) born

                Plymouth, Devon.  However, place of birth is given as Exmouth, Devon.  Is this the

                right Fanny?

1881 169 Offord Road, Islington, London, Middlesex

(Gave age as 21, so born 1860)

Head of Property was Alfred NOTT, Hackney Driver.  Also in property was his wife,

4 daughters and a son.  There were also 11 Drapers Assistants, 2 Drapers

Apprentice, and a Millinery Buyer.

1891 Offord Road, Islington, London, Middlesex (RG12/159 folio 100 page 31)

Gave birth place as Adicol (?), Hertfordshire and age as 28

1901 Park Farm, Ramsden Bellouse, Essex

Living with brother John

1911        Ramsden Park, Billericay, Essex

                Living with her brother John

1939 8 Westcliff Avenue, Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend on Sea, Essex

 

More About Fanny Elizabeth WHEATON:

Baptism: March 24, 1856, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon, private baptism 22 March 1856898

Burial: July 20, 1939, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex899

Occupation: 1871 Scholar; 1881 Draper's Assistant; 1891 Draper's Assistant; Housekeeper for brother Jack; 1901, 1911 Farmer with brother John

Probate: December 8, 1939, London to Wesminster Bank Ltd & Edward PEARSE of no occupation900

Residences: See Notes

Will: £7,426. 13s. 4d901

 

46.           iii.    Henry Hayman WHEATON, b. October 17, 1857, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon; d. July 26, 1940, Freebournes, Witham, Essex Age 82.

               iv.    Agnes WHEATON902,903, b. Bet. January - March 1859, Halsdon Farm, Exmouth or Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon904,905.

 

Notes for Agnes WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 5 Canal Road, Taunton, Somerset as Visitor to William J HOLWAY, wife and 3 daughters

1911        Not found on 1911 index

 

More About Agnes WHEATON:

Baptism: April 18, 1859, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon, private baptism, Received into church 22 April 1862906

Emigration: Abt. 1883, To Jamaica907

Occupation: 1881 Draper's Assistant

Residences: See Notes

 

47.           v.    Joseph Salter WHEATON, b. Bet. July - September 1860, Withycombe, Devon.

               vi.    Louisa WHEATON908, b. Bet. April - June 1862, Halsdon Farm, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon909; d. May 2, 1928, Laingdon Hills, Essex910,911,912.

 

Notes for Louisa WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 Tiverton, Devon

1891 The Hall Farm, Laindon Hill, Orsett, Essex (RG12/1380 folio 44 p 1)

1901 MacGrows Farm, Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

1911        Horndon-on-Hill, Essex

                Living with father as daughter "Lue" age 46.  Also his niece Matilda HOLLICK (46) Independent born Withycombe, Devon and

                granddaughter Edith WHEATON (15) born Baddow, Essex

1928 The Hall, Langdon Hills, Essex

 

More About Louisa WHEATON:

Baptism: April 23, 1862, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon913

Burial: May 5, 1928, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Landon Hills, Essex914

Occupation: 1881 Apprentice Draper to Eleanor WASTMOND; 1891 None

Probate: June 18, 1928, London to Alfred WHEATON, Farmer915

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £1,769. 1s. 1d915

 

               vii.    John WHEATON916, b. Bet. January - March 1864, Halsdon Farm, Withycombe Rawleigh, Devon917; d. January 4, 1928, Southend, Essex Age 63917,918,919.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 No information

1891 The Hall Farm, Laindon Hill, Orsett, Essex (RG12/1380 folio 44 p 1)

1901 Park Farm, Ramsden Bellouse, Essex

1911        Ramsden Park, Billericay, Essex

                Living with him was his sister Fanny

1928 8 Westcliff Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: March 14, 1866, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon920

Burial: January 9, 1928, St Mary the Virgin and All Saints. Langdon Hills, Essex921

Occupation: Butcher/Farmer; 1891 Farmer's son; 1901 Farmer; 1911 Farmer922

Probate: March 13, 1928, London to Fanny Elizabeth WHEATON spinster and Henry Hayman WHEATON, Farmer923

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £5,501. 3s. 11d924,925

 

              viii.    Mary Hayman WHEATON926, b. Bet. April - June 1865, St Thomas District, Devon926,927; d. September 1866, Greenham, Somerset Age 18 months928,929.

 

More About Mary Hayman WHEATON:

Baptism: March 14, 1866, Withycombe Raleigh, Devon and Ashbrittle, Somerset in 1869930,931

Burial: September 11, 1866, St John the Baptist, Ashbrittle, Somerset932,933

 

48.          ix.    Alfred WHEATON, b. March 5, 1867, Ashbrittle, Somerset (Wellington on 1901 Census); d. September 12, 1947, Exeter, Devon Age 80.

                x.    Mary Hayman WHEATON934, b. Abt. 1869934; d. September 1870, Wellington District, Somerset Age 18 months934,935,936.

 

More About Mary Hayman WHEATON:

Baptism: May 18, 1869, Ashbrittle, Somerset937

Burial: September 28, 1870, St John the Baptist, Ashbrittle, Somerset937,938

 

 

24.  Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie"5 WHEATON (Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)939,940 was born September 25, 1829 in Clyst Hydon, Devon941,942,943, and died August 22, 1869 in St Thomas District, Devon Age 39943,944.  She married Philip WHEATON945,946,947 Bet. April - June 1861 in St Thomas District, Devon948,949, son of John WHEATON and Mary WHEATON.  He was born December 6, 1827 in Ottery St Mary, Devon950,951,952, and died April 16, 1875 in Whimple, Devon Age 47953,954,955.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851        Marsh, Clisthydon, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON:

Baptism: November 22, 1829, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon956

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1863        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

                Living in the same property were Edward RICHARDS (23) born Parringdon, Devon,

                William JAMES (14) born Whimple, Devon, William BALL (13) born Talaton, Devon all

                Farm Servants Indoor, and Mary QUICK (12) born Plymtree, Devon General Servant

1875        Whimple, Devon

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: February 10, 1828, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 957

Occupation: 1851 Employed on the farm; Farmer; 1863 Yeoman; 1871 Farmer of 156 acres employing 3 Labourers and 2 boys/scholars; 1875 Yeoman

Probate: May 28, 1875, Exeter to Henry WHEATON of Plymtree brother and Joseph WHEATON of Clannaborough, Devon, Yeoman, executors958

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects under £1500958,959

       

Children of Elizabeth WHEATON and Philip WHEATON are:

                 i.    Bessie6 WHEATON960, b. Bet. October - December 1862, Whimple, Devon960,961; d. Bet. January - March 1872, St Thomas District, Devon Age 9 years961.

 

Notes for Bessie WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

 

                 ii.    Mary WHEATON962,963,964,965, b. Bet. January - March 1866, Whimple, Devon966,967,968; d. August 7, 1937, The Hospital, Teignmouth, Devon Age 71969,970.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

1881 The Park, Yeovil, Somerset boarding with Willm Hy BENNETT, Minister Gospel

Plymouth Brethren.  Also in the property was Willm BENNETT's cousin, the

co Principal of the Girls School.  Altogether there were 15 scholar-boarders,

including Mary and Fanny.  To look after them were two Housemaids and a Cook.

1891 Larklease Court, Whimple, Devon (RG12/1678 District 8 folio 71 p3)

As Housekeeper to her Uncle, Harry PROUSE a Farmer.  Also in the property was

Henrietta WHEATON, a visitors, and 3 servants.

1901 Broadclyst, Devon (1901 Person Result List from PRO Internet site)

1911        Broadclyst, Devon

                Living with Aunt Mary Hayman TRUMP (79) widow Private Means born Trumpington, Devon.  Mary Hayman TRUMP née

                WHEATON was Mary's mother's sister.

1937 Greystone, Paradise Road, Teignmouth, Devon

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Occupation: 1881, 1881 Scholar; 1891 Housekeeper to Harry PROUSE; 1901 Housemaid Domestic (1901 Person Result List from PRO Internet site)

Probate: September 13, 1937, Exeter to Fanny WHEATON spinster970

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £1,552. 9s. 10d.971

 

                iii.    Fanny WHEATON972,973, b. Bet. January - March 1868, Whimple, Devon974,975; d. December 9, 1947, Greystone, Paradise Road, Teignmouth, Devon age 80976,977.

 

Notes for Fanny WHEATON:

Addresses

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

1881 The Park, Yeovil, Somerset boarding with Willm Hy BENNETT, Minister Gospel

Plymouth Brethren.  Also in the property was Willm BENNETT's cousin, the

co Principal of the Girls School.  Altogether there were 15 scholar-boarders,

including Mary and Fanny.  To look after them were two Housemaids and a Cook.

1901 25 Gordon Road, Ealing, Middlesex

Living with her Uncle and Aunt, Edward and Emma WHEATON

1911        Dryman's Hill, Tiverton, Devon

                Living with her were aunt Emma MELUISH (73) widow born Clysthydon, Devon and Assistant Charlotte BISHOP (61) single

                born Luppit, Devon

 

Gazette Issue 38167 published on the 2 January 1948. Page 41 of 44

William Herbert TRUMP and Philip Henry WHEATON were representatives

 

More About Fanny WHEATON:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar; 1911 Private Means

Residences: See Notes

Will: Philip Henry WHEATON (See notes)977

 

 

25.  Mary Hayman5 WHEATON (Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)978 was born December 19, 1831 in Clysthydon, Devon979, and died Abt. 1931980.  She married Henry TRUMP981 April 4, 1865 in Clysthydon, Devon982,983.  He was born Abt. 1828 in Clist Hydon, Devon983,984, and died May 6, 1920 in Broad Clyst, Devon984.

 

Notes for Mary Hayman WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Not with rest of family on 1841 Census.  Not Mary born1831 in Devon in the Ancestry.com

                Index.  All the other members of the family are living together and are listed.

1851        Marsh, Clisthydon, Devon

1865        Clysthydon, Devon

1911        Broadclyst, Devon as a widow but we have husband's death as 1920! More research required

                Living with her was niece Mary WHEATON born 1866

 

More About Mary Hayman WHEATON:

Baptism: February 26, 1832, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon985

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's daughter; 1911 Private Means (see notes)

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Henry TRUMP:

Addresses

1865        Clysthydon, Devon

 

More About Henry TRUMP:

Occupation: Farmer986

Residences: See notes

       

Children of Mary WHEATON and Henry TRUMP are:

                 i.    William6 TRUMP987, b. 1868, Broad Clyst, Devon987; d. 1955987; m. Arabella Elizabeth DAW987; b. Abt. 1873988.

                 ii.    Henry TRUMP989, b. 1872, Broad Clyst, Devon989; d. 1942989; m. Lily MOWLE989, 1908989.

                iii.    Edward TRUMP989, b. 1873, Broad Clyst, Devon989; d. September 7, 1966989; m. Emmeline FARRANT989; b. Abt. 1878990.

 

 

26.  Phoebe or Phebe5 WHEATON (Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)991,992 was born June 25, 1834 in Clyst Hydon or Feniton, Devon993,994.  She married Nathaniel TRICKEY995,996 June 20, 1865 in Clysthydon, Devon997,998.  He was born Abt. 1839 in Whimple, Devon999,1000.

 

Notes for Phoebe or Phebe WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851        Taleford Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon in  home of Thomas BARGOIN (37), (a Farmer of

                140 acres employing 4 labourers), his wife, 2 daughters and 3 sons.  There were three

                Farm Servants in addition to Phoebe who was a Home Servant.  They were Frederick

                MORRIS (20) Frederick LOVING (18) and James PRIG (13)   also

1851        Withycombe, Devon, visitor and sister-in-law to Henry CRABB and his wife

1865        Clysthydon, Devon

1881        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, Middlesex

                Servants were Mary COX (28) Unmarried, General Servant born Marlborough, Wiltshire

                                        George ROBERTS (35) Married Journeyman Baker born London

                                        George EMERY (39) Married Journeyman Baker born London

                                        Arthur RANTEN(?) (16) Unmarried Journeyman Baker born London

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

 

More About Phoebe or Phebe WHEATON:

Baptism: August 24, 1834, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon1001,1002,1003

Occupation: 1851 Home Servant

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Nathaniel TRICKEY:

Addresses

1865        Rockbere, Devon

1881        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, Middlesex

                Servants were Mary COX (28) Unmarried, General Servant born Marlborough, Wiltshire

                                        George ROBERTS (35) Married Journeyman Baker born London

                                        George EMERY (39) Married Journeyman Baker born London

                                        Arthur RANTEN(?) (16) Unmarried Journeyman Baker born London

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

                Visiting them was Emma PRING (49) Single living on own means born Cullumpton, Devon

                Susan SHORT (20) Single was a General Domestic Servant born Lawthorpe, Lincolnshire

 

More About Nathaniel TRICKEY:

Occupation: 1865, 1881, 1891, 1892 Confectioner; Baker1004

Residences: See notes

       

Children of Phoebe WHEATON and Nathaniel TRICKEY are:

49.            i.    Edith Lucy6 TRICKEY, b. October 19, 1866, Paddington, London; d. January 19, 1950, Chelmsford, Essex Age 83.

50.            ii.    Alfred TRICKEY, b. Abt. 1868.

                iii.    Florence TRICKEY1005,1006, b. 1872, Paddington, Middlesex1006.

 

Notes for Florence TRICKEY:

Addresses

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

 

More About Florence TRICKEY:

Occupation: 1891 Baker's Assistant

Residences: See Notes

 

               iv.    Albert TRICKEY1007,1008, b. 1874, Paddington, Middlesex1008.

 

Notes for Albert TRICKEY:

Addresses

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

 

More About Albert TRICKEY:

Occupation: 1891 Hosier's (?) Cashier

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Frank TRICKEY1009,1010, b. 1876, Paddington, Middlesex1010.

 

Notes for Frank TRICKEY:

Addresses

1881        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, Middlesex

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

 

More About Frank TRICKEY:

Occupation: 1881, 1891 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Sydney TRICKEY1011,1012, b. 1878, Paddington, Middlesex1013.

 

Notes for Sydney TRICKEY:

Addresses

1881        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, Middlesex

1891        8 Bristol Gardens, Paddington, London

 

More About Sydney TRICKEY:

Occupation: 1881, 1891 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

 

27.  John5 WHEATON (John4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)1014,1015,1016 was born December 14, 1819 in Ottery, Devon1017,1018, and died May 15, 1905 in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia Age 841019,1020.  He married Ann Carter WHEATON1021,1022 April 3, 1848 in Ottery St Mary, Devon1023,1024,1024,1025.  She was born Abt. 1823 in Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset1026, and died November 25, 1881 in Redhill, South Australia, Australia Age 571027,1028,1029.

 

Notes for John WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1848        Ottery St Mary, Devon

1854        Bussetts, Chain of Ponds, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia when a stock brand

                "W" off Shoulder was assigned to John WHEATON

                "The WHEATONs who came out of Hydon" by Rylda WHEATON

1869        Chain of Ponds, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

1870        "Hydon", Redhill, South Australia, Australia

 

In the Register for "The Meeting House", for the Independent Congregational denomination in Ottery St Mary, there is the following note:

 

"The following is a list of Persons belonging to the Protestant Dissenting Congregation at Ottery St Mary who were either not baptised or not duly registered at their baptism.  The dates of their birth have been copied by me from family bibles, and duly certified by the parents of the respective persons"                                     Signed John BOURSELL Minister

 

John is included in this list.

 

The following is an extract from the book "The Wheaton Story" by Joy WHEATON

John and Ann Carter WHEATON settled at Chain of Ponds, 20 miles north of Adelaide.  In 1870 the family moved to what was known as the Broughton Agricultural Area number 4 in South Australia".

Their property came to be known as "Hydon"

 

Newspaper article (1) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

It listed the passengers:

Edward GLADFIELD Es., and Miss Anne Rooker HUGHES in the cabin

Mrs and Mrs Robert HAWKES and six children

Mr and Mrs Wm WALKER

Messes John Wm SCOTT, Frederick PERRY, John SMITH, John FRISBY in the intermediate

Philip WHEATON wife and three children,

John WHEATON and wife Mary Ann Carter WHEATON

Thomas CULLEY

Francis CULLEY

Francis PALMER

Robert INGHAM

Wm. ENOUY

James BALDERSTON

Edward PARSONS

James PRINGLE wife and daughter

Wm HUNSLEY

Patrick Edward HARRIS and wife

Humphry Harding BICKFORD and wife

Wm SHARP

George Robert HUNTER

John GARBET and

Robert FINCHER in the steerage

 

Newspaper article (2) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

"THE GRATITUDE" FROM LONDON

This barque arrived yesterday from London (10th April) with 44 passengers, and a large cargo of goods.  Several of the passengers are capitalists, and all destined, we trust, to become capital colonists.

The Gratitude did not call at any intermediate port, and her mails not being so recent as the Sibella's of course we have nothing new from Europe"

 

More About John WHEATON:

Baptism: February 20, 1820, Kerswell, Broadwoodhembury, Devon1030,1031

Cause of Death: Following serious injury when thrown from a horse drawn vehicle in Dubbo, NSW1032

Emigration: April 10, 1848, To South Australia in the "GRATITUDE" under Captain John SMITH. Arrived Port Adelaide 15 August 1848  (See Note)1033,1034

Occupation: 1848 Yeoman; 1848 Gardener at Kersbrook; 1854-1855 Poundkeeper of Chain Ponds Area appointed by Para Wirra District Council; 1859 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Ann Carter WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Newton Poppleford, Devon

1848        Ottery St Mary, Devon

 

The following is an extract from the book "The Wheaton Story" by Joy WHEATON

John and Ann Carter WHEATON settled at Chain of Ponds, 20 miles north of Adelaide.  In 1870 the family moved to what was known as the Broughton Agricultural Area number 4 in South Australia".

Their property came to be known as "Hydon"

 

Newspaper article (1) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

It listed the passengers:

Edward GLADFIELD Es., and Miss Anne Rooker HUGHES in the cabin

Mrs and Mrs Robert HAWKES and six children

Mr and Mrs Wm WALKER

Messes John Wm SCOTT, Frederick PERRY, John SMITH, John FRISBY in the intermediate

Philip WHEATON wife and three children,

John WHEATON and wife Mary Ann Carter WHEATON

Thomas CULLEY

Francis CULLEY

Francis PALMER

Robert INGHAM

Wm. ENOUY

James BALDERSTON

Edward PARSONS

James PRINGLE wife and daughter

Wm HUNSLEY

Patrick Edward HARRIS and wife

Humphry Harding BICKFORD and wife

Wm SHARP

George Robert HUNTER

John GARBET and

Robert FINCHER in the steerage

 

Newspaper article (2) from Nerida RUTLEDGE 17/5/2008

"THE GRATITUDE" FROM LONDON

This barque arrived yesterday from London (10th April) with 44 passengers, and a large cargo of goods.  Several of the passengers are capitalists, and all destined, we trust, to become capital colonists.

The Gratitude did not call at any intermediate port, and her mails not being so recent as the Sibella's of course we have nothing new from Europe"

 

More About Ann Carter WHEATON:

Baptism: October 8, 1823, St Candida & Holy Cross, Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset1035,1036

Emigration: April 10, 1848, To South Australia in the "GRATITUDE" under Captain John SMITH. Arrived Port Adelaide 15 August 1848  (See Note)1037

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of John WHEATON and Ann WHEATON are:

                 i.    Frederick John6 WHEATON1038, b. December 30, 1848, North Adelaide District, Adelaide, South Australia1038; d. January 25, 1849, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Age 26 days1039.

 

More About Frederick John WHEATON:

Occupation: Partnership with brother George in Hydon Oil Power Chaff Mills

 

51.            ii.    Eliza WHEATON, b. January 23, 1850, Chain of Ponds, Kersbrook, South Australia, Australia; d. September 17, 1922.

52.           iii.    John WHEATON, b. December 1, 1851, Chain of Ponds, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; d. June 17, 1912, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia.

               iv.    Fanny WHEATON1040, b. October 13, 1854, Chain of Ponds, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1040; d. January 1, 1855, South Australia, Australia Age 10 weeks1041.

53.           v.    Frederick WHEATON, b. February 17, 1856, Chain of Ponds, Kersbrook, South Australia, Australia; d. May 29, 1933, Redhill, South Australia,, Australia Age 77.

               vi.    Ann WHEATON1042, b. February 1, 1858, Chain of Ponds, South Australia, Australia1042; d. April 11, 1858, Chain of Ponds, South Australia, Australia Age 9 weeks1043.

               vii.    Sophia WHEATON1044, b. March 3, 1860, Chain of Ponds, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1044; d. April 19, 1860, Chain of Ponds, South Australia, Australia Age 6 weeks1045.

54.         viii.    Philip Henry WHEATON, b. May 9, 1861, Chain of Ponds District, Talunga, South Australia, Australia; d. November 1, 1922, Redhill, South Australia, Australia Age 61.

               ix.    Mary WHEATON1046,1047, b. December 20, 1862, Chain of Ponds District, Talunga, South Australia, Australia1048,1049,1050; d. March 27, 1921, St Peters, South Australia, Australia Age 581051,1052.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Addresses      

                Hydon, Broughton, South Australia

1905        Adelaide, South Australia

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Burial: March 1921, Payneham Cemetery, South Australia, Australia1053

Residences: See Notes

 

55.           x.    George WHEATON, b. December 21, 1864, Chain of Ponds District, Kersbrook, South Australia, Australia; d. June 29, 1899, Hydon, Redhill, South Australia, Australia Age 33.

               xi.    Emma WHEATON1053, b. November 7, 1867, Chain of Ponds District, Talunga, South Australia, Australia1053; d. June 8, 1868, Kersbrook, South Australia, Australia Age 7 months1054.

 

 

28.  Philip5 WHEATON (John4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)1055,1056,1057 was born December 6, 1827 in Ottery St Mary, Devon1058,1059,1060, and died April 16, 1875 in Whimple, Devon Age 471061,1062,1063.  He married Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON1064,1065 Bet. April - June 1861 in St Thomas District, Devon1066,1067, daughter of Joseph WHEATON and Mary HAYMAN.  She was born September 25, 1829 in Clyst Hydon, Devon1068,1069,1070, and died August 22, 1869 in St Thomas District, Devon Age 391070,1071.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1863        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

1871        Larkbeare, Whimple, Devon

                Living in the same property were Edward RICHARDS (23) born Parringdon, Devon,

                William JAMES (14) born Whimple, Devon, William BALL (13) born Talaton, Devon all

                Farm Servants Indoor, and Mary QUICK (12) born Plymtree, Devon General Servant

1875        Whimple, Devon

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Baptism: February 10, 1828, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 1072

Occupation: 1851 Employed on the farm; Farmer; 1863 Yeoman; 1871 Farmer of 156 acres employing 3 Labourers and 2 boys/scholars; 1875 Yeoman

Probate: May 28, 1875, Exeter to Henry WHEATON of Plymtree brother and Joseph WHEATON of Clannaborough, Devon, Yeoman, executors1073

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects under £15001073,1074

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Marsh, Clist Hydon, Devon

1851        Marsh, Clisthydon, Devon

 

More About Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON:

Baptism: November 22, 1829, Independent Church, Ottery St Mary, Devon1075

Occupation: 1851 Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

       

Children are listed above under (24) Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" WHEATON.

 

29.  Henry5 WHEATON (John4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)1076,1077,1078,1079,1080,1081 was born October 11, 1829 in Ottery St Mary, Devon1082,1083,1084,1085,1086,1087, and died April 17, 1909 in Plymtree, Devon Age 791088,1089.  He married Mary Ann LOCKE1090,1091,1092 Bet. October - December 1867 in Honiton District, Devon1093,1094.  She was born Abt. 1846 in Cuckfield, Sussex1095,1096,1097, and died Bet. January - March 1898 in Honiton District, Devon Age 521098,1099.

 

Notes for Henry WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Clappentale Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon

1851        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1863        Plymtree, Devon

1871        Fordmoor Farm House, Plymtree, Devon with Father-in-Law, William LOCKE, wife's

        sister, Elizabeth, a visitor, Emma WAGSTAFF and 4 servants, Mary E VINNICOMBE,

        Sarah Ann EVANS, William ASH and Richard QUICK

1875        Plymtree, Devon

1878        Fordmore, Barton, Plymtree, Devon (1878 Harrods Directory)

1881        Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon, with 3 servants, Charlot E SMITH, Eva A RICHARDS       

        and Charley ANNING

1891        Foordmoor Barton, Plymtreet, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

        Living in the same property was Mable (sic) Jane SMITH, (18) Governess born

        Marloe, Somerset

1901        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1909        Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

 

More About Henry WHEATON:

Administration: May 28, 1909, Exeter to Edmund Norman WHEATON farmer1100

Baptism: November 22, 1829, Independent Chapel, Ottery St Mary, Devon 1101

Occupation: 1851 Employed on the farm; 1863 Yeoman; 1871 Farmer 187 acres employing 4 labourers and 2 women; 1881 Farmer of 107 Acres employing 4 labourers and 1 boy; 1891, 1901, 1909 Farmer

Residences: See Notes

Will: Effects £402. 14s. 0d1102,1103

 

Notes for Mary Ann LOCKE:

Addresses

1871        Fordmoor Farm House, Plymtreet, Devon with Father-in-Law, William LOCKE, wife's

        sister, Elizabeth, a visitor, Emma WAGSTAFF and 4 servants, Mary E VINNICOMBE,

        Sarah Ann EVANS, William ASH and Richard QUICK

1881        Fordmoore, Plymtree, Devon

1891        Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

 

Information from a letter written by William Anstice WHEATON 1/6/1895

"One son Henry married the daughter of the Congl. Minister who preached at Fordmoor.  This Henry carried on the same farm as his father had done at Fordinoor.  His daughter came to Bournemouth on a visit to us.  She is a good singer and often sings at concerts at Exeter and other places".

 

More About Mary Ann LOCKE:

Occupation: 1871 Farmer's wife

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Henry WHEATON and Mary LOCKE are:

                 i.    Beatrice Mary6 WHEATON1104,1105,1106,1107,1108, b. Bet. July - September 1868, Plymtree, Devon1109,1110,1111; d. January 30, 1951, Exmouth, Devon, Age 821112,1113.

 

Notes for Beatrice Mary WHEATON:

Addresses

1871 Fordmoor Farm House, Plymtree, Devon

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1911        Fordmoor, Plymtree, Cullompton, Devon

                Living with brother Edmund Norman together with sisters Edith Emma and Maud

 

More About Beatrice Mary WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Farmer's daughter; 1901 School Mistress

Residences: See Notes

Will: .1114

 

                 ii.    William Henry WHEATON1115,1116,1117,1118, b. Bet. January - March 1870, Plymtree, Devon1119,1120,1121,1122; d. Bet. January - March 1904, Honiton District, Devon Age 331123.

 

Notes for William Henry WHEATON:

Addresses

1871 Fordmoor Farm House, Plymtree, Devon

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Fordmore Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

 

More About William Henry WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891, 1901 Farmer's son

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Edmund Norman WHEATON1124,1125,1126, b. Bet. January - March 1872, Plymtree, Devon1127,1128; d. September 14, 1946, Exmouth, Devon, Age 741129,1130.

 

Notes for Edmund Norman WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Gold Street, Tiverton, Devon (RG12/1765 folio 23 page 5)

In the home of Ellenor EASTHOUND Head Wid 80 Draper born Devon Tiverton

Elizabeth EASTHOUND Dau s 29 Drapers assistant born Devon Tiverton

Caroline W SNELL Assistant S 31 Drapers assistant born Hertford, Tring

Minnie PRING Apprentice S 17 Drapers apprentice born Somerset Winaford

Arthur (?) PLUM....(?) Assistant 28 Drapers assistant born Wilts Devizes

Sarah Jane JONES Serv S 16 General Servant born Devon Tiverton

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1911        Fordmoor, Plymtree, Cullompton, Devon

                Living with him were sisters Beatrice Mary, Edith Emma and Maud

 

More About Edmund Norman WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Draper's Apprentice; 1901 Farmer's son; 1909 Farmer; 1911 Farming1131

Residences: See Notes

Will: Beatrice Mary WHEATON, spinster1132

 

               iv.    Bessie Margaret "Maggie" WHEATON1133,1134,1135,1136, b. Bet. October - December 1873, Plymtree, Devon1137,1138,1139; m. Arthur SANDERS, Bet. October - December 1903, Honiton District, Devon1140; b. Abt. 18681141.

 

Notes for Bessie Margaret "Maggie" WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

 

More About Bessie Margaret "Maggie" WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Scholar, Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Edith Emma WHEATON1142,1143,1144, b. Bet. October - December 1875, Plymtree, Devon1145,1146,1147; d. September 12, 1948, Exmouth, Devon, Age 721148,1149.

 

Notes for Edith Emma WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1911        Fordmoor, Plymtree, Cullompton, Devon

                Living with brother Edmund Norman together with sisters Beatrice Mary and Maud

 

More About Edith Emma WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Scholar and  Farmer's daughter

Residences: See Notes

Will: .1150

 

               vi.    John "Jack" Watts WHEATON1151,1152,1153, b. Bet. April - June 1877, Plymtree, Devon1154,1155,1156; d. October 21, 1956, Plymtree Devon Age 791157; m. (1) Alice Maud PINE1157,1158, Bet. April - June 1903, Honiton District, Devon; b. Abt. 1878, Cullumpton, Devon1159,1160; d. Bet. July - September 1913, Honiton District, Devon Age 351161; m. (2) Hannah Isabella RICHARDS1162,1163,1164, Bet. April - June 1919, Tiverton District, Devon1165; b. Abt. 18841166; d. August 5, 1963, Plymtree, Devon Age 791167,1168.

 

Notes for John "Jack" Watts WHEATON:

Addresses

1881 Fordmoor, Plymtree, Devon

1891 Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

then Westcott (M BROWNING)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1911        Lower Woodbere, Plymtree, Cullumpton, Devon

                Living with them was Alice's father George PINE (65) widower Retired Farmer born Uffculme, Devon.  Servants were Jane

                CROSS (16) born Plymtree, Devon and Arthur VICKERY (13) Farm Labourer born Uffculme, Devon

 

More About John "Jack" Watts WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1901 Farmer's son; 1911 Farmer1169

Residences: See Notes

Will: .1170

 

Notes for Alice Maud PINE:

Addresses

1911        Lower Woodbere, Plymtree, Cullumpton, Devon

                Living with them was Alice's father George PINE (65) widower Retired Farmer born Uffculme, Devon.  Servants were Jane

                CROSS (16) born Plymtree, Devon and Arthur VICKERY (13) Farm Labourer born Uffculme, Devon

 

More About Alice Maud PINE:

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Hannah Isabella RICHARDS:

Addresses

1911        Honiton District, Devon (Index only)

 

More About Hannah Isabella RICHARDS:

Residences: See Notes

Will: Widow1171

 

56.          vii.    Philip WHEATON, b. Bet. January - March 1879, Plymtree, Devon; d. April 7, 1957, Sidmouth, Devon, Age 78.

57.         viii.    Ernest or Earnest Edward WHEATON, b. Bet. April - June 1880, Plymtree, Devon; d. April 8, 1955, Plymtree, Devon Age 74.

58.          ix.    George Locke WHEATON, b. Bet. October - December 1881, Plymtree, Devon; d. December 22, 1963, Warminster, Wiltshire Age 82.

                x.    Maud WHEATON1172,1173, b. Bet. January - March 1886, Plymtree, Devon1174,1175; m. George SANDERS1176,1177, Bet. July - September 1918, Honiton District, Devon1177; b. Abt. 18811178.

 

Notes for Maud WHEATON:

Addresses

1891 Fordmoor Barton, Plymtree, Devon (RG12/1673 District 24 folio 122 page 13)

1901 Ford Moor, Plymtree, Devon

1911        Fordmoor, Plymtree, Cullompton, Devon

                Living with brother Edmund Norman together with sisters Beatrice Mary and Edith Emma

 

More About Maud WHEATON:

Occupation: 1891 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

 

30.  Mary5 BRIDLE (Sarah4 WHEATON, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1179 was born 1826 in Otterton, Devon1179,1180, and died December 21, 1912 in Otterton, Debon age 861181.  She married Edward PILE1181 April 26, 1848 in Otterton, Devon1181.  He was born 1822 in Otterton, Devon1182,1183, and died November 26, 1911 in Otterton, Debon age 891184.

 

Notes for Mary BRIDLE:

Addresses

1851        Otterton, Devon

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon no husband present

                Visiting her parents with unnamed son (Henry)

1871        Otterton, Devon

1881        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

1891        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

                Living with them was daughter Beatrice age 6....Mary was 64

1901        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

1911        Anchoring Lane, Otterton, Budleigh Salterton, Devon

 

On the 1911 census Mary is shown as having had 9 children, 6 survive, 3 have died

 

Information from margaretsteggals@yahoo.co.uk

Gravestone inscription in Otterton churchyard:

"In memory of Edward Pile of Anchorn

died November 26 1911 aged 89 years

also of Mary Pile the beloved wife of the above died December 21 1912 aged 86 years A well earned rest"

 

More About Mary BRIDLE:

Administration: Granted to Lucy EBDON; Effects £160. 3s. 1d1185

Baptism: August 17, 1826, Salem Chapel, East Budleigh, Devon1186

Burial: December 1912, Churchyard, Otterton, Devon1187

Occupation: 1861 Farmer's wife; 1871 Lacemaker

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Edward PILE:

Addresses

1851        Otterton, Devon

1861        North Street, Otterton, Devon

                Wife visiting parents with unnamed son

1871        Otterton, Devon

1881        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

1891        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

                Living with them was daughter Beatrice age 6....Mary was 64

1901        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

1911        Anchoring Lane, Otterton, Budleigh Salterton, Devon

 

Information from margaretsteggals@yahoo.co.uk

Gravestone inscription in Otterton churchyard:

"In memory of Edward Pile of Anchorn

died November 26 1911 aged 89 years

also of Mary Pile the beloved wife of the above died December 21 1912 aged 86 years A well earned rest"

 

More About Edward PILE:

Administration: Granted to Lucy EBDON; Effects £166. 5s. 11d1187

Burial: November 1911, Churchyard, Otterton, Devon1187

Occupation: 1848 Bootmaker; 1851, 1861 Cordwainer; 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 Bootmaker; 1911 Formerly Bootmaker

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Mary BRIDLE and Edward PILE are:

                 i.    Ann6 PILE1188, b. 1848, Otterton, Devon1188; m. Mark CARTER1189, August 31, 18731189; b. Abt. 18431190.

 

Notes for Ann PILE:

Addresses

1851        Otterton, Devon

1861        North Street, Otterton, Devon

1871        Otterton, Devon

 

Information from Margaret STEGGALS 23/4/2013

She had 5 descendants to benefit from Rose Alice PILE's estate

 

More About Ann PILE:

Baptism: August 18, 1848, Otterton, Devon1191

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 Lacemaker

Residences: See Notes

 

59.            ii.    Lucy PILE, b. 1850, Otterton, Devon.

                iii.    Edward Samuel PILE1192,1193, b. 1855, Otterton, Devon1194.

 

Notes for Edward Samuel PILE:

Addresses

1861        North Street, Otterton, Devon

 

Information from Margaret STEGGALS 23/4/2013

He had 12 descendants to benefit from Rose Alice PILE's estate

 

More About Edward Samuel PILE:

Baptism: May 29, 1855, Otterton, Devon1195

Occupation: 1861 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

60.          iv.    Alfred William PILE, b. February 24, 1859, Otterton, Devon; d. September 2, 1885, 63 Broomsleigh Street, Hampstead, London.

61.           v.    Henry John PILE, b. 1861, Otterton, Devon.

               vi.    Joseph James PILE1195, b. 1863, Otterton, Devon1195; d. September 18641195.

 

More About Joseph James PILE:

Baptism: February 22, 1863, Otterton, Devon1195

Burial: September 27, 18641195

 

               vii.    Joseph Thomas PILE PILE1196,1197, b. 1865, Otterton, Devon1198.

 

Notes for Joseph Thomas PILE PILE:

Addresses

1871        Otterton, Devon

1881        Anchor Lane, Otterton, Devon

 

Information from Margaret STEGGALS 23/4/2013

He had 2 descendants to benefit from Rose Alice PILE's estate

 

More About Joseph Thomas PILE PILE:

Baptism: October 14, 18651199

Occupation: 1871, 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

              viii.    Mary Louisa PILE1200,1201, b. 1867, Otterton, Devon1202; d. July 1875, age 81203.

 

Notes for Mary Louisa PILE:

Addresses

1871        Otterton, Devon

 

More About Mary Louisa PILE:

Baptism: June 9, 1867, Otterton, Devon1203

Burial: July 15, 18751203

Residences: See Notes

 

               ix.    Zelotes PILE1204, b. 1870, Otterton, Devon1204.

 

Notes for Zelotes PILE:

Addresses

1871        Otterton, Devon

                (Note from Margaret STEGGALS 23/44/2013

                Zelotes was probably the illegitiate son of Lucy)

 

More About Zelotes PILE:

Residences: See Notes

 

 

31.  William Thomas5 BRIDLE (Sarah4 WHEATON, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1205 was born August 12, 1847 in Otterton, Devon1205,1206, and died June 17, 1913 in Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA1207.  He married Harriet Brooking SMITH1207 February 9, 1868 in Abbey Road Independent Chapel, Torquay, Devon1207.  She was born September 13, 1845 in Plympton, Devon1207, and died August 16, 1928 in Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA1207.

 

Notes for William Thomas BRIDLE:

Addresses

1861        Stokes, Bradninch. Devon

 

More About William Thomas BRIDLE:

Burial: June 1913, Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York USA1207

Emigration: 18761207

Occupation: 1861 Farmer's son

Residences: See Notes

 

More About Harriet Brooking SMITH:

Burial: August 1928, Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York USA1207

       

Children of William BRIDLE and Harriet SMITH are:

                 i.    Alice Maude6 BRIDLE1207, b. February 9, 1871, Cardiff, Wales1207; d. December 3, 1955, Jacksonville, Duval, Florida, USA1207; m. Percy J MUNDY1207, December 28, 1888, Rochester, New York, USA1207; b. Abt. 1865, New York, USA1207.

62.            ii.    Fred J BRIDLE, b. March 1874, Toronto, Canada; d. November 29, 1942, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA.

                iii.    Jessie B BRIDLE1207, b. 18761207; d. 1958, Rochester, New York, USA1207; m. (1) Eugene D AITKEN1207; b. 18761207; d. 1946, Rochester, New York, USA1207; m. (2) Fred J RISELY1207; b. Abt. 18761207; d. July 19461207.

 

More About Jessie B BRIDLE:

Burial: February 27, 1958, Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York USA1207

 

More About Eugene D AITKEN:

Burial: July 22, 1922, Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York USA1207

 

63.          iv.    Gertrude Louise BRIDLE, b. September 4, 1880, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA; d. August 22, 1963, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, USA.

 

 

32.  Emma Rose5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1208 was born September 28, 1843 in Devon1208, and died October 16, 1891 in South Australia, Australia Age 481208,1209.  She married William Henry PEDERICK1210 March 14, 1866 in Residence of Bride's mother, Ridgeway Farm, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1210,1211.  He was born December 30, 1830 in Devon1212, and died November 25, 1904 in Australia Age 741212.

 

Notes for Emma Rose WHEATON:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Thursday 28 March 1867 p 7 Family Notices ...

PEDERICK-VVHEATON.-On the 14th March. by licence, by the Rev. C. Manthorpe. at the residence of the bride's mother, Ridgeway Farm, I'lympton, Mr. William Henry Pederick, of Pine Park. Lewiston, to Emma Rose, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton.

 

More About Emma Rose WHEATON:

Burial: October 1891, Gawler River Pioneer Cemetery, South Australia1212

Cause of Death: Cancer1212

 

Notes for William Henry PEDERICK:

Addresses

1867        Pine Park, Lewiston, South Australia, Australia

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Thursday 28 March 1867 p 7 Family Notices ...

PEDERICK-VVHEATON.-On the 14th March. by licence, by the Rev. C. Manthorpe. at the residence of the bride's mother, Ridgeway Farm, I'lympton, Mr. William Henry Pederick, of Pine Park. Lewiston, to Emma Rose, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton.

 

More About William Henry PEDERICK:

Burial: November 1904, Gawler River Pioneer Cemetery, South Australia1212

Cause of Death: After breaking a hip after falling down dairy steps1212

Residences: See Notes

       

Child of Emma WHEATON and William PEDERICK is:

                 i.    Ernest Arthur Jeffrey6 PEDERICK1213, b. October 20, 1877, Two Wells, South Australia, Australia1213; d. January 12, 1955, See Notes1213; m. Clara Louise WHEATON1213, March 24, 1920, Residence of W N WHEATON, Ley Farm, Edwardstown, South Australia, Australia1213,1214; b. January 4, 1894, Edwardstown, South Australia, Australia1215; d. March 15, 1984, Westboutele Park, South Australia, Australia1215.

 

Notes for Ernest Arthur Jeffrey PEDERICK:

Information from Karlene MATTHEWS or LOWE September 2005

I have Ernest Arthur Jeffrey PEDERICK dying in 1904 so he could not have married Clara Louise WHEATON in 1920.  Although I do have him marrying another Clara Louise WHEATON!  Is it possible your Clara married the Ernest Boswell PEDERICK who was born 1891 and died 1958?

More research required!

 

More About Ernest Arthur Jeffrey PEDERICK:

Burial: North Brighton, South Australia, Australia1215

 

More About Clara Louise WHEATON:

Burial: North Brighton, South Australia, Australia1215

 

 

33.  Mary5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1216 was born November 14, 1844 in Devon1216, and died April 4, 1915 in Gawler River, South Australia, Australia1216,1217.  She married John PEDERICK1218 April 12, 1866 in Residence of Mrs P WHEATON (Black Forest), Plympton, South Australia, Australia1218,1219.  He was born November 18, 1839 in Devon1220, and died June 14, 1930 in Australia1220.

 

Notes for Mary WHEATON:

Information from Jenni HILLS' tree on Genes Reunited

Information from: 'A History of the Pederick family in Australia' - Frank Oliver Pederick, September 1974". Mary Wheaton was the daughter of Phillip Wheaton and Ann Paynter Jeffrey. Mary arrived at Glenelg, South Australia with her parents on the 'Gratitude' in August 1948."

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Monday 16 April 1866 p 2 Family Notices

PEDERICK-WHEATON.-On the 12th April, by licence, by the Rev. W. Nicholls, at the residence of the bride's mother, John, third son of Mr. William Pederick, farmer, of Woodburn, Gawler River, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton, of Ridgeway Farm, near Plympton.

 

 

More About Mary WHEATON:

Burial: 1915, Gawler River Pioneer Cemetery, South Australia1220

 

Notes for John PEDERICK:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Monday 16 April 1866 p 2 Family Notices

PEDERICK-WHEATON.-On the 12th April, by licence, by the Rev. W. Nicholls, at the residence of the bride's mother, John, third son of Mr. William Pederick, farmer, of Woodburn, Gawler River, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton, of Ridgeway Farm, near Plympton.

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Saturday 23 November 1929 p 11 Article Illustrated

NINETY YEARS OF AGE

CAREER OF MR. J. PEDERICK

Mr. John Pederick, Gawler's oldest resident, celebrated his ninetieth birthday last Monday. Born at Cornworthy. Devonshire; he came to South Australia, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pederfck in the sailing ship Brightman in December, 1840. They secured a home in Gouger Street, where they remained three years. Mr. Pederick, sen, bought a block of land at Plympton, where he engaged in dairying and boot making for 10 years. The Crown then opened up land in the north, and Mr. Pederick. sen secured a block four miles east of Two Wells, which he named Pirie Park, and which is now held by nephews of Mr. John Pederick. In 1860 the father bought a property, "Woodburn." at Gawler River, and this, together with another farm, known as "Stonenill," was worked in partnership. .

 

The father and two sons went to the Victorian diggings in 1851, and in 1863 Mr. John Pederick joined in the gold rush in the South Island of New Zealand, but the rigors of the cold made mining difficult, and after twelve months Mr. Pederick returned. In 1866 he married Mary, daughter of Mr. Philip Wheaton. of Plympton, and established his home at "Stonehill, where the whole of their married life was spent, and a family (seven boys and four girls) were reared. All of them are living. Mrs. Pederick died in April, 1915. and in July, 1920, Mr. Pederick and his two daughters re moved to Gawler.

 

Mr. Pederick has over 60 years' association with the Stonehill Mthodist Church, and was a Sunday-school teacher for 50 years and a society steward for 40 years. He is still a trustee of the church. He is a regular attendant at the old folks' reunion at Glenelg on Commemoration Day, having missed only one gathering in many years. Mr. Pederick has an intimate knowledge of the Two Wells district. As a boy he constantly travelled it in its virgin state, the only inhabitant in the whole area being a shepherd. Mr. Pederick has many reminiscences, particularly regarding aborigines, and declares that the name of Black Forest arose from their constant camping in that vicinity.

 

His family comprise Messrs. W. J., W. T., and H. J. Pederick (Wagin, Western Australia), R. O. and P. W. Pederick (Kyabram, Vic toria). N. J. Pederick (Angle Vale), the Rev. E. A. Pederick (Hamley Bridge), Mrs. J. W. Enniss (Melbourne). Mrs. E. E. Parham (Gawler Railway). Misses A. A. and M. T. Pederick (Gawler). There are 34 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Mr. Pederick also has two sisters living Mrs.! Roberts, of Gawler, and Mrs. Mankey, of Prospect.

Mr. J. Pederick

 

More About John PEDERICK:

Burial: 1930, Gawler River Pioneer Cemetery, South Australia1220

       

Children of Mary WHEATON and John PEDERICK are:

                 i.    Walter J6 PEDERICK1221, b. 18671221.

 

Notes for Walter J PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Wagin, Western Australia, Australia

 

More About Walter J PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

                 ii.    Robert O PEDERICK1221, b. 18681221.

 

Notes for Robert O PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Kyabram, Victoria, Australia

 

More About Robert O PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Ada A PEDERICK1221, b. 18711221.

 

Notes for Ada A PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Gawler, South Australia, Australia

 

More About Ada A PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

               iv.    Philip W PEDERICK1221, b. 18721221.

 

Notes for Philip W PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Kyabram, Victoria, Australia

 

Does this apply to this Philip PEDERICK

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954) Friday 19 March 1954 p 17 Family Notices

TEDERICK, Philip Wheaton. On March 18, at his home, 82 McKinnon road, McKinnon, dearly loved husband of Mabel (May), and beloved father of Phyllis and Edward (deceased).

 

TEDERICK. The Funeral of the late Mr. PHILIP WHEATON TEDERICK, of 82 McKinnon road, McKinnon, will leave the Methodist Church, Glenorme avenue, Ormond, after a service commencing at 2 p.m., THIS DAY (Friday), for the New Melbourne Cemetery. Fawkner.

 

More About Philip W PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    William T PEDERICK1221, b. 18741221.

 

Notes for William T PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Wagin, Western Australia, Australia

 

More About William T PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Emily PEDERICK1221, b. 18761221.

 

Notes for Emily PEDERICK:

Addresses for either Emily or Elsie as Mrs J W ENNISS

1920        Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

 

More About Emily PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

               vii.    Henry J PEDERICK1221, b. 18781221.

 

Notes for Henry J PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Wagin, Western Australia, Australia

 

More About Henry J PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

              viii.    Norman J PEDERICK1221, b. 18811221.

 

Notes for Norman J PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Angle Vale, Australia

 

More About Norman J PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

               ix.    Rev. Edwin A PEDERICK1221, b. 18831221.

 

Notes for Rev. Edwin A PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Hamley Bridge, Australia

 

More About Rev. Edwin A PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

                x.    Elsie PEDERICK1221, b. 18851221.

 

Notes for Elsie PEDERICK:

Addresses for either Emily or Elsie as Mrs J W ENNISS

1920        Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

 

More About Elsie PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

               xi.    M T PEDERICK, b. 18901221.

 

Notes for M T PEDERICK:

Addresses

1920        Gawler, South Australia, Australia

 

More About M T PEDERICK:

Residences: See Notes

 

 

34.  Thomas5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1222 was born September 11, 1846 in Sidbury, near Exeter, Devon1222,1223, and died May 18, 1924 in Plympton, South Australia, Australia Age 771224,1225,1226.  He married Eliza PENGELLEY1227 March 12, 1868 in Parents residence, Marion Road, Edwardstown, Adelaide, South Australia. Australia1227,1228,1229.  She was born August 4, 1846 in GSY CHI UK (was this Guernsey, Channel Islands?)1230,1231, and died December 2, 1917 in Plympton, South Australia, Australia Age 711232,1233,1234.

 

Notes for Thomas WHEATON:

Addresses

1917        Plympton, South Australia, Australia

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 31 March 1868 p 7 Family Notices

 WHE ATON-PENGILLY.-On the I2th March. by the Rev. A Manthorpe, at the residence of the Bride's parents, Thomas, eldest son of the late Philip Wheaton, to Eliza, youngest daughter of John Pengilly, cabinet maker, both of Marion road.

 

More About Thomas WHEATON:

Burial: May 1924, West Terrace Cemetery, Plympton, South Austrlia1235

Emigration: August 15, 1848, on "GRATITUDE"1236

Occupation: Farmer1237

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Eliza PENGELLEY:

Addresses

1917        Plympton, South Australia, Australia

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 31 March 1868 p 7 Family Notices

 WHE ATON-PENGILLY.-On the I2th March. by the Rev. A Manthorpe, at the residence of the Bride's parents, Thomas, eldest son of the late Philip Wheaton, to Eliza, youngest daughter of John Pengilly, cabinet maker, both of Marion road.

 

More About Eliza PENGELLEY:

Burial: December 1917, West Terrace Cemetery, Plympton, South Austrlia1237

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Thomas WHEATON and Eliza PENGELLEY are:

                 i.    Norman Thomas6 WHEATON1237, b. March 3, 1869, Marion Rd, South Australia, Australia1237,1238; d. April 20, 1884, Richmond, South Australia, Australia Age 151239,1240.

 

More About Norman Thomas WHEATON:

Cause of Death: Killed when a cow rolled on him1241

 

                 ii.    Elda Eliza WHEATON1241, b. November 8, 1870, Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1241,1242; d. July 26, 19611243; m. William George SHINER1243,1244, July 17, 1912, Salvation Army Hall, Norwood, South Australia, Australia1245,1246,1247; b. August 11, 18721248; d. September 30, 19271248.

 

Notes for William George SHINER:

Married as a widower age 40

 

                iii.    Clara Evelyn WHEATON1248, b. September 9, 1872, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1248,1249; d. January 25, 1877, Richmond, South Australia, Australia Age 4 years1250,1251.

64.          iv.    Wilton Philip WHEATON, b. July 12, 1874, Richmond, South Australia, Australia; d. June 28, 1969, Henty, New South Wales, Australia.

65.           v.    Hurtle John WHEATON, b. February 28, 1876, Richmond, South Australia, Australia; d. July 24, 1924, Summertown, South Australia, Australia Age 48.

               vi.    Evelyn Catherine WHEATON1252, b. July 14, 1877, Richmond, South Australia, Australia1252; d. December 5, 19681252; m. (Frances) William WRIGHT1252, September 21, 1904, Salvation Army Hall, Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia1252,1253,1254; b. June 21, 18691255; d. July 31, 19601255.

 

More About Evelyn Catherine WHEATON:

Occupation: Salvation Army1255

 

Notes for (Frances) William WRIGHT:

Francis William WRIGHT married Evelyn Catherine WHEATON as a Widower

 

More About (Frances) William WRIGHT:

Cause of Death: Broken hip followe by pneumonia1255

 

66.          vii.    Rev Gilbert Nathaniel WHEATON, b. September 20, 1879, South Richmond, South Australia, Australia; d. September 30, 1950, Age 71.

              viii.    Eric Reuben WHEATON1255, b. September 20, 1881, Richmond, South Australia, Australia1255,1256,1257; d. June 11, 1917, France Age 351258,1259,1260.

 

Notes for Eric Reuben WHEATON:

Information from Australian Archives

Service No:                 2752

Date of Birth                -

Place of Birth              Richmond, South Australia, Australia

Place of Enlistment :   Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Next of Kin:                  Eliza WHEATON (Mother(

Contents date range:   1914-1920

 

Wheaton E R (Army Pay File)

 

Photograph in Hurcombe's Hungry Half Hundred by R R FREEMAN

 

Information from Forces War Records Site sent by John TERRY 16/10/2014

First Name:  Eric Reuben 

Initials:  E R 

Surname:  WHEATON

DOB:  Circa 1882 

Age:  35 

Nationality:  Australian 

Date of Death:  11/06/1917 

Information:  Parents: Thomas and Eliza WHEATON. Native of Plympton, South Australia. 

Rank:  Private 

Service Number:  2752 

 

Campaign Medals: 

Victory Medal

 

Given the information we have available it is likely that Eric Reuben WHEATON was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.

 

Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible.

 

British War Medal

 

From the information available to us, it is very possible that Eric Reuben WHEATON was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.

 

The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period.

 

Service:  Australian Army 

Regiment:  australian infantry

Australian Infantry during World War 1

WW1 AIF raised 60 Infantry Units

 

Infantry Battalions 1 – 4 were part of the 1st Brigade

The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Battalion were infantry units raised for the AIF during the First World War. It was recruited from New South Wales. All four battalions formed the 1st Brigade.

 

The battalions were raised within a fortnight of the declaration of war in August 1914 and embarked two months later. After a short stop in Albany, Western Australia, the battalion proceeded to Egypt, arriving on 2 December 1914. The battalion took part in the ANZAC landing on 25 April 1915 as part of the second and third waves. The following day Lieutenant Colonel A. J. O. THOMPSON the commander of the 4th battalion was killed and Lieutenant Colonel G. F. BRAUND, who on the 4 May 1915 was also killed.

At ANZAC, the 4th battalion took part in the defence of the beachhead and on 6 August 1915 along with the rest of the 1st Brigade led the charge at the "battle of Lone Pine" at Gallipoli. It was here on 9 August that Pte John HAMILTON of the 3rd battalion was awarded the V C. The V C was also awarded to two members of the 1st battalion; Captain A. J. SHOUT (posthumously) and Lieutenant L.M. KEYSOR.

The commander of the 2nd Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel R. SCOBIE, was killed during a Turkish counter-attack. The battalions continued to serve at ANZAC until the evacuation in December 1915.

 

After the withdrawal from Gallipoli the battalion returned to Egypt and in March 1916 sailed for France and the Western Front. From then until 1918 the battalion took part in operations against the German Army, mainly in the Somme Valley and around Ypres. In July 1916 the battalions took part in their first major action at Pozières in the Somme valley. Later the battalion fought at Ypres before returning to the Somme for winter.

 

In early 1917 the German Army withdrew to the formidable defences of the Hindenburg Line. In April 1917, the 2nd Battalion advanced towards these defences, during in which Private T. J. KENNY of the 2nd battalion was awarded the V C. Also in May 1917, Corporal G. J. HOWELL of the 1st battalion. The rest of 1917 the battalions spent fighting in horrendous conditions around Ypres.

The 3rd and 4th battalion took part in a short period of mobile operations following the German withdrawal to the Hindenburg Line in early 1917, but also spent much of that year fighting around Ypres

 

In 1918 the battalions returned to the Somme valley and helped to stop the German spring offensive in March and April. The battalion took part in the Allies’ own offensive, launched to the east of Amiens on 8 August 1918. This advance by British and Empire troops was the greatest success in a single day on the Western Front, one that German General Erich Ludendorff described as “the black day of the German Army in this war”.

 

The battalions continued operations until late September 1918. At 11 am on 11 November, 1918, the war finally ended . The November armistice was followed by the peace treaty of Versailles signed on 28 June 1919.

 

Between November 1918 and May 1919 the men of the 1st. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Battalions returned to Australia for demobilisation and discharge.

 

Infantry Battalions 5 – 8 were part of the 2nd Brigade

The 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Battalion’s were infantry units raised for the AIF during the First World War and was recruited from Victoria. All four battalions, formed the 2nd Brigade.

(8th Battalion was raised from rural Victoria by Lieutenant Colonel William BOLTON)

 

The battalions was raised within a fortnight of the declaration of war in August 1914 and embarked two months later. After a short stop in Albany, Western Australia, the battalion proceeded to Egypt, arriving on 2 December. It later took part in the ANZAC landing on 25 April 1915, as part of the second wave. It was led by Lieutenant Colonel D. S. WANLISS, the officer who had raised the 5th battalion. Ten days after the landing the 2nd Brigade was transferred from ANZAC to Cape Helles to help in the attack on the village of Krithia. The attack captured little ground but cost the brigade almost a third of its strength. The Victorian battalions forming the 2nd Brigade returned to ANZAC to help defend the beachhead. In August the Brigade fought at the battle of Lone Pine. While holding positions captured by the 1st Brigade, four members of the 7th Battalion, Corporal A. S. BURTON, Acting Corporal W. DUNSTAN, Lieutenant W. SYMONS and Captain F. H. TUBB, earned the Victoria Cross - Burton posthumously. The battalion served at ANZAC until the evacuation in December.

 

After the withdrawal from Gallipoli, the battalions returned to Egypt. In March 1916, it sailed for France and the Western Front. From then until 1918 the battalions were heavily involved in operations against the German Army. The battalion’s first major action in France was at Pozières in the Somme valley in July 1916. After Pozières the battalion fought near Ypres, in Flanders, returning to the Somme for winter. Private Thomas COOKE, one of 81 men of the 8th battalion killed at Pozières, was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross during the action.

 

In 1917, the battalions took part in the operations that followed-up the German withdrawal to the Hindenburg Line, and then returned to Belgium to join the great offensive launched to the east of Ypres. In September 1917 during the battle of Menin Road, Lieutenant Frederick BIRKS of the 6th Battalion was awarded the V C. BIRKS was killed by a shell burst the next day while trying to rescue men buried during a bombardment.

 

In March and April 1918 the battalions helped stop the German spring offensive and later on the 8 August 1918 took part in the Allies’ own offensive, launched near Amiens. The advance by British and empire troops was the greatest success in a single day on the Western Front. Lieutenant William JOYNT of the 8th Battalion was awarded a V C for his actions on this day. The following day, Private Robert BEATHAM also of the 8th Battalion was awarded a V C for his actions, two days later he was killed in action.

 

The battalions continued operations until late September 1918. At 11 am on 11 November 1918, the war finally ended. The November armistice was followed by the peace treaty of Versailles signed on 28 June 1919.

 

In November 1918 members of the AIF began to return to Australia for demobilisation and discharge. In April, the battalions were so reduced that the 5th and the 8th Battalion were amalgamated to form a composite battalion. In turn, this battalion was amalgamated with another, formed from the 6th and 7th Battalions, to form the 2nd Brigade Battalion.

 

Battalion:  50th Battalion 

Commemorated:  Australian 

 

More About Eric Reuben WHEATON:

Baptism: Bailleul Communal Cemetery, north-easter France1261

Cause of Death: Died of wounds in France1261

Military service: Private 2752 50th Battalion Australian Infantry; see notes1262

Occupation: Farmer1263

 

               ix.    Iva Emma WHEATON1263, b. February 4, 1884, Richmond, South Australia, Australia1263,1264; d. January 27, 19731265; m. Harry Alfred ROBINSON1265, December 4, 1910, Methodist Church, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1265,1266,1267; b. April 26, 18831268; d. November 3, 19531268.

 

More About Harry Alfred ROBINSON:

Occupation: Farmer1268

 

67.           x.    Frank Thomas Norman WHEATON, b. July 10, 1888, Wheaton Road, Plympton, South Australia, Australia (or Richmond); d. November 11, 1973, Gleneleg East, South Australia, Australia Age 85.

               xi.    Ruby Mary WHEATON1268, b. January 19, 1892, Wheaton Road, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1268; d. November 17, 1942, St Leonards, South Australia, Australia Age 50 as Ruby May1268,1269.

 

More About Ruby Mary WHEATON:

Burial: November 1942, North Brighton Cemetery, South Australia,  Australia1270

 

 

35.  Henry "Harry" Jeffrey5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1271 was born September 19, 1849 in Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1271, and died January 8, 1933 in Eastwood, South Australia, Australia Age 831271,1272.  He married Elizabeth Ann "Annie" ECKERSLEY1273 May 1, 1873 in Residences of Mr ECKERSLEY, Brighton, South Australia, Australia1273,1274.  She was born May 17, 18511275, and died March 23, 1946 in Walkerville North, South Australia, Australia Age 941275,1276.

 

Notes for Henry "Harry" Jeffrey WHEATON:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Saturday 3 May 1873 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON-ECKERSLEY.-On the lst May, by the Rev. G. W. Patchell, at the residence of the bride's parents, Henry Jeffery second son of the late Philip Wheaton, of Plympton, to Elizabeth Ann, only daughter of James Eckersley, of Brighton. .

 

More About Henry "Harry" Jeffrey WHEATON:

Burial: January 1933, Mitcham Cemetery, Australia1277

Occupation: Farmer; Agricultural Glazier; Councillor1277

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ann "Annie" ECKERSLEY:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Saturday 3 May 1873 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON-ECKERSLEY.-On the lst May, by the Rev. G. W. Patchell, at the residence of the bride's parents, Henry Jeffery second son of the late Philip Wheaton, of Plympton, to Elizabeth Ann, only daughter of James Eckersley, of Brighton. .

 

More About Elizabeth Ann "Annie" ECKERSLEY:

Burial: March 1946, Mitcham Cemetery, Australia1277

       

Children of Henry WHEATON and Elizabeth ECKERSLEY are:

68.            i.    Edgar "Teddy" James6 WHEATON, b. December 21, 1875, Mitcham, South Australia, Australia; d. September 19, 1958, Eastwood, South Australia, Australia Age 83.

                 ii.    Amy Ethel WHEATON1277, b. June 13, 1882, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1277; d. November 4, 19701277; m. Edgar Allen PEAKE1277, March 19, 1914, Residences of Edgar Janes WHEATON, Magill, South Australia, Australia1277,1278,1279; b. September 20, 18861280; d. June 4, 19701280.

 

More About Amy Ethel WHEATON:

Burial: Nhill, Cemetery, Australia1280

 

More About Edgar Allen PEAKE:

Burial: June 1970, Nhill, Cemetery, Australia1280

 

                iii.    Ida Olive Elizabeth WHEATON1280, b. March 1, 1887, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1280,1281; d. January 4, 19131282; m. Edgar Allen PEAKE1282, March 17, 1912, Baptist Church, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1282,1283,1284,1284; b. September 20, 18861285; d. June 4, 19701285.

 

More About Ida Olive Elizabeth WHEATON:

Burial: January 1913, Bleak House Cemetery, Nhill, Australia1285

 

More About Edgar Allen PEAKE:

Burial: June 1970, Nhill, Cemetery, Australia1285

 

69.          iv.    Sidney "Sid" Philip WHEATON, b. August 15, 1889, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia; d. October 1, 1975.

 

 

36.  Catherine "Katie" Jane5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1286 was born March 2, 1852 in Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1286,1287, and died April 11, 19351288.  She married William Thomas MANNING1289 May 26, 1873 in Residence of Mrs Ann Painter WHEATON, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1289,1290,1291.  He was born March 21, 1847 in Plympton, South Australia, Australia1292, and died May 5, 19251292.

 

Notes for Catherine "Katie" Jane WHEATON:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 10 June 1873 p 4 Family Notices

MANNING- WHEATON.  On the 26th May, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Mr. T. J. Gore, M. A., William Thomas, second son of Mr. Thomas Manning, to Catherine Jane, third daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, both of Plympton.

 

Notes for William Thomas MANNING:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 10 June 1873 p 4 Family Notices

MANNING- WHEATON.  On the 26th May, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Mr. T. J. Gore, M. A., William Thomas, second son of Mr. Thomas Manning, to Catherine Jane, third daughter of the late Philip Wheaton, both of Plympton.

       

Children of Catherine WHEATON and William MANNING are:

                 i.    Florence Emily6 MANNING1293, b. April 8, 1874, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1293.

                 ii.    Edwin Ross MANNING1293, b. January 16, 1877, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1293.

                iii.    William Horace MANNING1293, b. January 16, 1877, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1293.

               iv.    Elizabeth Rose MANNING1293, b. May 20, 1885, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1293.

                v.    Percy John MANNING1293, b. December 7, 1886, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1293.

               vi.    Barton Wilfred MANNING1293, b. December 1, 1888, Aldinga, South Australia, Australia1293.

               vii.    Linda Muriel MANNING1293, b. October 5, 1891, Plympton, South Aurtralia, Australia1293.

 

 

37.  Joseph John5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1294 was born November 29, 1853 in Ridgeway Farm, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1294, and died September 22, 1914 in McClaren Vale, South Australia, Australia Age 601294,1295.  He married Sarah Anne MOORE1296 December 8, 1880 in Residence of Mr MOORE, Hilton, South Australia, Australia1296,1297.  She was born April 6, 1858 in Currie Street, Adelaide, South Australia1298, and died April 16, 1931 in McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia Age 731298,1299.

 

Notes for Joseph John WHEATON:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Saturday 11 December 1880 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON - on the 8th December at the residence of the bride's father by the Rev. S MEAD M A LLB, Joseph John WHEATON of Land Cross Farm, McClaren Val, third ion of The late Philip Wheaton, of Ridgewauy, Plympton. to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Edward Moore, of Richmond Cottage, Hilton

 

More About Joseph John WHEATON:

Burial: September 1914, McLaren Vale Uniting Church Cemetery, Australia1300

 

Notes for Sarah Anne MOORE:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Saturday 11 December 1880 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON - on the 8th December at the residence of the bride's father by the Rev. S MEAD M A LLB, Joseph John WHEATON of Land Cross Farm, McClaren Val, third ion of The late Philip Wheaton, of Ridgewauy, Plympton. to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Edward Moore, of Richmond Cottage, Hilton

 

More About Sarah Anne MOORE:

Burial: April 1931, McLaren Vale Uniting Church Cemetery, Australia1300

       

Child of Joseph WHEATON and Sarah MOORE is:

70.            i.    Edwin "Teddy" Moore6 WHEATON, b. September 15, 1883, Landcross Farm, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, Australia; d. October 1, 1958, McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia Age 75.

 

 

38.  Philip5 WHEATON (Philip4, Joseph3, John2, Joseph1)1301,1302,1303 was born April 20, 1860 in Black Forest, Plympton, South Australia, Australia1304,1305,1306,1307, and died March 5, 1918 in Brighton, South Australia, Australia Age 571308,1309,1310.  He married (1) Laura Susan MARTIN1311,1312 August 22, 1883 in Residence of Alfred Hobson MARTIN, McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia1313,1314,1315.  She was born July 25, 1863 in McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia1316,1317,1318, and died March 7, 1895 in Kaniva, Victoria, Australia1319,1320.  He married (2) Lucy Bassett WALTERS1321,1322,1323 April 17, 1900 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia1324,1325.  She was born June 26, 1873 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia1326,1327, and died June 9, 19341327.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889) Friday 24 August 1883 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON-MARTIN. On tbe 22nd August. by tbe Rev. C. B. Goldsmith, at the residence ot the parents of the bride, Philip, youngest son of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton, of Plympton, to Laura Susan, eldest daughter of Mr. Alfred Hobson Martin, of MacLaren vale.

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Wednesday 6 March 1918 p 6 Family Notices

WHEATON. - At Brighton, on the 5th March, Philip, beloved husband of Lucy Wheaton, of  Broughton, Victoria, aged 57, youngest son of the

late Philip Wheaton, of Plympton.

 

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Burial: March 1918, Brighton, South Australia Cemetery, Australia1327

Cause of Death: Heart Attack1327

Occupation: Farmer, Shop owner, Produce Collection business1327

 

Notes for Laura Susan MARTIN:

The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858-1889) Friday 24 August 1883 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON-MARTIN. On tbe 22nd August. by tbe Rev. C. B. Goldsmith, at the reddence ot the parents of the bride, Philip, youngest son of the late Mr. Philip Wheaton, of Plympton, to Laura Susan, eldest daughter of Mr. Alfred Hobson Martin, of MacLaren vale.

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Tuesday 19 March 1895 p 3 Family Notices

WHEATON. On the 8th March, at Ballarook, Victoria, Laura Susan, beloved wife of Philip Wheaton and the eldest daughter of A. H Martin, Maclaren Vale, South Australia, after seven years of severe suffering, aged 31 years, leaving four children.

 

More About Laura Susan MARTIN:

Burial: March 1895, Kaniva Cemetery, Victoria, Australia1327

 

More About Lucy Bassett WALTERS:

Burial: June 1934, Daheadarre Cemetery, in Broughton-Yanac Area, Victoria, Australia1327

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Laura MARTIN are:

71.            i.    Clarence "Clarrie" Martin6 WHEATON, b. June 13, 1884, Plympton, South Australia, Australia; d. June 27, 1969, Nhill, Victoria, Australia.

                 ii.    Edith "Stella" WHEATON1327, b. May 11, 1886, Bleak House, near Diapur, Victoria, Australia1327; d. August 13, 19691327; m. Archibald "Arch" John CUNNINGHAM1327, August 21, 1907, Presbyterian Church, Nhill, Victoria, Australia1327; b. February 20, 18831327; d. August 18, 19571327.

 

More About Edith "Stella" WHEATON:

Occupation: Station Mistress1327

 

72.           iii.    Frank Howard WHEATON, b. November 10, 1889, Nene Farm, McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia; d. May 20, 1975.

73.          iv.    Howard "Glen" WHEATON, b. June 18, 1892, Broughton, Australia; d. July 12, 1981.

 

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Lucy WALTERS are:

74.           v.    Paul Elroi Philip6 WHEATON, b. February 17, 1901, The Haven, Yanac, Victoria, Australia.

               vi.    Doris Ruth WHEATON1327, b. December 22, 1902, The Haven, Yanac, Victoria, Australia1327,1328; m. Ernest Arthur JUDD1329, March 6, 1925, Broughton Methodist Church, Victoria, Australia1329; b. July 5, 18991329.

 

Notes for Doris Ruth WHEATON:

Ancestry.com Electoral Rolls 1901-1936

Doris Ruth WHEATON Electoral Year 1924 Nhill, Wannon, Victoria

 

75.          vii.    Ralph Norton WHEATON, b. October 29, 1905, Yanac, Victoria, Australia.

              viii.    Thelma Florence WHEATON1329, b. July 29, 1907, The Haven, Yanac, Victoria, Australia1329,1330; d. August 31, 1929, Kaniva, Victoria, Australia Age 221331,1332; m. Clarence Ernest FORD1333, January 24, 1928, Victoria, Australia1333,1334; b. October 20, 1903, Hamilton, Victoria, Australia1335,1336; d. June 4, 1968, Pascoe Vale, Victoria, Australia1337,1338.

 

More About Thelma Florence WHEATON:

Burial: September 1939, Dahwedarre Cemetery, in Broughton-Yanac Area, Victoria, Australia1339

 

More About Clarence Ernest FORD:

Occupation: Gentleman1340

Probate: 694/2851340

 

76.          ix.    Wilbur Lewis WHEATON, b. September 17, 1909, Yanac, Victoria, Australia.

                x.    Gladys Hope WHEATON1341, b. December 27, 1913, Nhill, Victoria, Australia1341,1342; d. August 23, 19141343.

 

More About Gladys Hope WHEATON:

Burial: August 1914, Daheadarre Cemetery, in Broughton-Yanac Area, Victoria, Australia1343

 

               xi.    Laurel Faith WHEATON1343, b. August 11, 1916, Nhill, Victoria, Australia1343; m. Sidney Robert FEARN1343, January 25, 19441343; b. October 17, 19131343.

 

More About Laurel Faith WHEATON:

Occupation: Teacher1343

 

 

39.  Ellen5 WHEATON (Philip4, Nathaniel3, John2, Joseph1)1344 was born Abt. 1837 in Tiverton, Devon1344,1345.  She married John Goatley LEWIS1346,1347 January 5, 1860 in Residence of Philip WHEATON, Black Forest South Australia, Australia1348,1349,1350,1351.  He was born Abt. 18401351.

 

Notes for Ellen WHEATON:

Addresses

1841        Hopkins Gardens, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (without), Gloucestershire

1851        21 Princes Street, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob (Without), Gloucestershire

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 21 September 1875 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON. On the 15th July, at his residence, 15, Archibald-terrace, Campbell-road, London, Mr. Philip Wheaton, aged 65, father of Mrs. John Lewis, of Angaston, and uncle to Mr. P. Wheaton, of Port Victor, and first cousin to Mrs. H. Brice, of Narridy.

 

More About Ellen WHEATON:

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for John Goatley LEWIS:

From the Regional Council of Goyder, South Australia, Australia web site.

There were the following entries.  Are they anything to do with descendants of John LEWIS and Ellen WHEATON who married in South Australia?

Fanny Wheaton LEWIS died Age 15, buried 4 December 1877 in Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia

Leonard Charles Wheaton LEWIS died age 67 buried 3 December 1947 Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia

       

Children of Ellen WHEATON and John LEWIS are:

                 i.    Fanny Wheaton6 LEWIS1352, b. Abt. 1862, (possible child)1353; d. April 1877, Port Pirie, South Australia Australia Age 151354,1355.

 

More About Fanny Wheaton LEWIS:

Burial: April 12, 1877, Port Pirie Cemetery, Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia1355

 

                 ii.    Leonard Charles Wheaton LEWIS1356, b. March 18, 1880, Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia (possible child)1356; d. December 3, 1947, Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia Age 671357.

 

More About Leonard Charles Wheaton LEWIS:

Burial: December 3, 1947, Port Pirie Cemetery, Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia1358

 

 

40.  Philip5 WHEATON (Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, John2, Joseph1)1359 was born August 13, 1839 in Park Farm, Hackney, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1359, and died May 18, 1913 in Hyde Park, South Australia, Australia Age 73 See notes1360.  He married Sarah Prior JACKMAN1361 August 9, 1866 in Sarah's father's house, Norwood opp PAC, South Australia, Australia1361,1362.  She was born October 8, 1842 in Kent Town, South Australia, Australia1363, and died August 16, 1927 in Hyde Park, South Australia, Australia Age 871363,1364.

 

Notes for Philip WHEATON:

Information from Russell WHEATON

Rex WHEATON and p/copy give date of death as 20 May 1913

Russel WHEATON gave the date of death as 2 May 1913

NOTE

Information from South Australia Deaths Index 1842-1915 gives 18 May 1913

 

Philip and Sarah had 4 sons and 4 daughters - from "The Wheaton Story"

 

Rex Wheaton's letter of the 3/8/99 stated that Philip is buried just inside the main gate of West Terrace Cemetery with his daughter Stella.  The only marking is a slab with "Stella" on it.  Rex WHEATON's book states go Right and North in West Terrance Cemetery to B10 or B15.  He is buried at lot 19 with youngest daughter Stella Carrie 1883-1900.  However, the database shows Stella was the third youngest child (8th of 10 children)

 

Opened the first general store at Victor Harbour in 1866 and sold it (to) David BELL in 1891 and is still (as at 1982) still in the same building opposite the Grosvenor Hotel.  Victor Harbour was reached from Adelaide by bullock truck.  The first train line in Australia was the one to Victor.  The stor sold food to workers on the line.  When the line was completed, they left and he was broke and so came to the city and worked for the Government as Inspector of State Children.  Lived at Westall Street, Hyde Park.  The names and relationships of Philip's descendants were provided by Sarah WHEATON on 15/12/84 and the supplement to the WHEATON Story.  The photocopy gives 13/8/1839-2/5/1913

 

Information from Ann and Geoff GRAY 6/10/2006

Addresses

Philip and Sarah lived opposite Prince Alfred College, classed as one of Adelaide's top private schools

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900)Monday 4 December 1871 Page  2

Possibly Philip signed the following letter:

ELECTORAL NOTICES ELECTION FOR ENCOUNTER, BAY.

TO THE HON. THOMAS REYNOLDS.

Dear Sir

On the eve of a General Election we the undersigned. Electors of the District of Encounter Bay, always admirers of your political actions -and integrity, venture to solicit you to allow yourself to be Nominated as one of the Members to represent our district in the forth=coming Parliament; and we pledge ourselves, in the event of a contest occurring, to use our best exertions to secure your return, knowing that in you we shall have a Representative capable of properly and judiciously attending to our interests. We are, dear Sir,Fix this text Yours faithfully

Thomas Goode Samuel Chrystal Thomas Dowland A. McLaren M. Richards T. Gaunier A. C. Anderson G. Burgan John Davidson T. P. Sumner Elisfaa Bradley P. Kerr G. S. Jerdan Horace 0. Watts E. M. Cohen By. Parkinson John Lindsay R. Field Thos. Peries William Osborne Ed. Smith William Rogers John Bell James Mansfield H. T. Packer J. L. Bishop Charles Godfery 0. W. Willcock J. Meadowcroft John Wright W. H. Bailey Thomas Johnston C. McCarthy George Grundy John Gordon A. Graham* Tbos. Reed George Pawlson J. Laffin ? John Wilson T. Varcoe Chas. W. Anderson Owen Bright Wm. Walter Taylor J. Challiner Alfred Best E. Shipway Henry Jackson A. E. Usher Thos. Glover Joseph Nash John Kemp Adam Johnston C. Bowley Matthew Moore Nicholas May  Daniel Merritt William Moore James Barclay Samuel Dalziel William Dickson Thos. Goode, Jun. William Lurgan W. M. Campbell Thos. West Geo. Drew Nosworthy Andrew Orr Charles Neate A. C. Sunman H. H. Jones Thos. Curson E. Jones Samuel Johns Sid. Hake Frank Wright John Alien George Wright D. Field William Gordon Thomas Allen J. Oldfield Thos. Henley Ed. Dutton A. J. Lawrence William Oliver Wm. Chantrill R. E. Hilton S. Hargreaves, Sen. Wm. Stuart William S. Worth Wm. White Chas. Price G. F. Cnrson Thos. Wittig W. Wright Wm. Heggaton Guy Allen Chales Wilson A. Miers E. Harkins Thos. Geesthorpe John Trigg John Field W. 0. K. Dent A. S. Lugg Wm. Farrow Samuel Allen H. Boxall Albert Baldock H. Nevile D. M. Mackie Thos. Trenaman J. M. Hart John Hollis James Byrnes John Wilson James Bouell W. R. Softley J. C. Born M. Wardell John Born, Sen. Richard Allen, Jun. Ephrm. Wey mouth Joseph Tonkin Henry Davies P. Barren

Philip Wheaton

William Nelson Andrew Oliver * James McDonnell T. W. Redman George Waye James Bowley Henry Woodard James Tonkin C. Hodge John Pearce Wm. Newland Jas. Hamlyn W. W. Smith Thomas Born John Bews W. H. Motherall Jno. Foster 'Geo. S. Read John Redman R. Lawson Joseph Redan H. McDougall Jas. Sallars C. Chambers Richard Wald C. McKenzie Thomas Roberts Esau Turrell Donald Macdonald Stephen Golding Edmund Frith D. T. Jones J. H. Gilbert James Fidock James Hooper R. Jemison Thomas Pitt N. Matulich Charles Lemmon J. C. Cloughtou James Bryant Y. A Cloughton Samuel Fuller G. Cloughton ' Benjamin Plummer Robert Bennett James Brown John Manning W. H. Tucker Thos. G. Watson William Ding. Jacob Abbots John Gilbert

Gentlemen I accept with pleasure your flattering invitation to stand as a Candidate for the Representation of your District. As the time is short before the day of nomination I shall only be able to visit a few portions of your District. I will, however, do my best to afford as large a number as possible the opportunity of a personal interview. T. REYNOLDS. To the Gentlemen signing the requisition. December 2, 1871.

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Thursday 14 May 1874 p 4 Article

ASSIGNMENT.

Richard Allen the younger, of port Victor, shipping agent. Trustees John Acraman, of Adelaide, merchant; and Philip Wheaton, of Port Victor, merchant

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Tuesday 21 September 1875 p 4 Family Notices

WHEATON. On the 15th July, at his residence, 15, Archibald-terrace, Campbell-road, London, Mr. Philip Wheaton, aged 65, father of Mrs. John Lewis, of Angaston, and uncle to Mr. P. Wheaton, of Port Victor, and first cousin to Mrs. H. Brice, of Narridy.

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Thursday 11 August 1892 p 6 Article

Port Victor, August 10.

The annual general meeting of the Port Victor Institute was presided over by Mr. L. Y. Tite, J.P. The election of officers and committee for the coming- year resulted as follows : President, Mr. E. R. Bolger ; Vice President, Mr. F. A. Braddock; Treasurer, Mr. Hugh McDougal ; Secretary, Mr. Philip Wheaton; Committee, Messrs. E. Warland, W. W. Smith, F. Field, T. Rodgers, A. Battye, George Dormer, Herbert Grosvenor, jun., W. Gill, and A. F. Lindsay, J.P. The Secretary's and Treasurer's reports were highly satisfactory, showing a total membership of 64; volumes in library, 1,200 ; books circulated during the year, 3,000 ; and that the debt on the Institute property (valued at some £1,800) had been reduced to £60. Mr. Edward Warland, the retiring President, and the late committee were unanimously thanked for their past year's services.

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Saturday 17 November 1894 p 6 Article

Port Victor, November 15 - Much regret is felt here at the approaching departure of Mr. Philip Wheaton, who has resided here for 25 rears. He has sold his business to Mr. D. Bell, of Strathalbyn. Mr. Wheaton's services to the district as the secretary of the Institute, as an officer of the Congregational Church, and superintendent of the Sunday-school will make his removal a great loss to the residents.

 

Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888-1954) Saturday 2 July 1910 p 4 Article

Mr. Philip Wheaton, chief inquiry officer of the State Children's Department, South Australia, retired from his position on Thursday, last under the provisions of the Septuagenarian's Act. Mr. Wheaton was born in Hindley Street, Adelaide

 

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Friday 1 July 1910 p 6 Article

Mr Phillip Wheaton retired from his position as chief enquiry Officer of the State. Children's Department on Thursday under the provisions of the Septuagenarians Act. His father came to the State in the early days under agreement with the South Australian Company, but he died when his son was only about eight or nine years of age. Mr. Philip Wheaton, was born in Hindley-street in August.-1839. He was a storekeeeper at Victor Harbor for some considerable time, and about 13 or 14 years ago he came to Adelaide. In March, 1900. he was appointed Inspector of State Children, but about three years ago. while travelling, he contracted a severe cold. Pleurisy set in, and an operation was imperative. Since then he has not been in the best of health, and he was appointed enquiry officer. Mr. Wheaton said yesterday, before leaving his office:-"Ever since my father died I have had to battle for myself. I have been working 60 years, and think it ¡s time I had a bit of a holiday." Yesterday afternoon Mr. Wheaton was presented with a handsome armchair by his fellow-employees in recognition of his sterling character.

 

 

More About Philip WHEATON:

Burial: May 1913, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia1365

Occupation: Draper; 1874 Merchant1365

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Sarah Prior JACKMAN:

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889-1931) Thursday 18 August 1927 p 15 Article

Mrs. Wheaton, widow of Mr. Philip Wheaton, of Westall Street Hyde Park, died at her residence on Tuesday, at the use of 88. She was the second daughter of Mr. Joseph Jackman, who carried on business for many years in King William Street. She was highly respected by a large circle of friends. Mrs. Wheaton was a very old resident of Victor Harbour, where she and her husband did much for the advancement of the town in its early days. She was a member for many years of the Unley Park Baptist Church. She left three sons Messrs. L. B. Wheaton. Parkside. F. M. Wheaton. Black Forest, .and S. P. Wheaton, of Bute, and three daughters (the Misses Wheaton, of Hyde Park). There are 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild-

 

More About Sarah Prior JACKMAN:

Burial: August 1927, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia1365

       

Children of Philip WHEATON and Sarah JACKMAN are:

77.            i.    Edwin James6 WHEATON, b. May 24, 1867, Hackney, South Australia, Australia; d. December 3, 1912, 9 Hastings Street, New Glenelg, South Australia, Australia  Age 45.

78.            ii.    Lewis Brice WHEATON, b. April 4, 1869, Hackney, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; d. April 6, 1943, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Age 74.

79.           iii.    Frank Milton WHEATON, b. March 1, 1871, Victor Harbour, (formerly Port Victor), South Australia, Australia; d. January 10, 1937, Forestville, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Age 65.

               iv.    Mabel Blanche Eulalie WHEATON1366, b. March 19, 1873, Port Victor, South Australia, Australia1366; d. February 5, 1939, Dulwich, South Australia Australia Age 651367.

 

More About Mabel Blanche Eulalie WHEATON:

Occupation: Trusted book keeper in Sands & McDougall for many years

 

                v.    Florence Kate WHEATON1368, b. August 1, 1875, Port Victor, South Australia, Australia1368,1369; d. November 1, 1956, Hawthorn, South Australia, Australia Age 811370,1371.

80.          vi.    Stanley Philip WHEATON, b. August 11, 1877, Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia; d. August 18, 1961, St George, Glen Osmond, Adelaide, South Austalia, Australia Age 84.

               vii.    Winefred Annie WHEATON1372, b. October 1, 1879, Port Victor District, Encounter Bay, South Australia, Australia1372; d. April 13, 1928, Glenaig, South Australia, Australia Age 47 as Winifred Annie1373.

              viii.    Stella Carrie WHEATON1374, b. August 8, 1883, Port Victor District, Encounter Bay, South Australia, Australia1375; d. May 29, 1900, Wayville, South Australia, Australia Age 16 years1376.

               ix.    1Unknown child of Philip WHEATON1377, b. Abt. 1885.

                x.    2Unknown child of Philip WHEATON1377, b. Abt. 1887.

 

 

41.  Fanny5 WHEATON (Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, John2, Joseph1)1378 was born October 7, 1845 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1378, and died May 12, 19351379,1380.  She married Joseph JACKMAN1380 April 19, 1866 in Residence of Mrs WHEATON, Hackney, South Australia, Australia1380,1381.  He was born May 12, 1843 in London1382, and died December 10, 1914 in Fullarton, Adelaide, South Australia1382.

 

Notes for Fanny WHEATON:

There appears to be some confusion about Fanny and her husband

Information from Russell WHEATON

 

Neville shows a Sophie as the wife of Joseph JACKMAN

Mum's small tree and photocopy show Fanny living to 12/5/1935

Book 1 page 130 gives dob as 7/10/1845 (where not recorded).

Joseph: DOB may be too early - of not, second wife Fanny was about 32 years younger.

Photocopy gived DOB as 12/1/1843

A letter from Rex WHEATON dated 3/8/1999 says Joseph had three wives; Lydia, died 1861, Ann died 1874 and Charlotte who died 1901.  Was one of them known as Fanny?  Rex WHEATON in a letter dated 1/9/1999 doubts that Fanny WHEATON, born 12 May 1845, was Joseph's third wife.1`

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Friday 27 April 1866 p 7 Family Notices

JACKMAN-WHEATON.-0n the 19th April, at Hackney, by special licence, by Mr. Jacob Abbott Joseph Jackman, of Gawler, to Fanny, youngest daughter of the late Nathaniel Wheaton.

 

Notes for Joseph JACKMAN:

Addresses

1866        Gawler, South Australia, Australia 

 

 

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) Friday 27 April 1866 p 7 Family Notices

JACKMAN-WHEATON.-0n the 19th April, at Hackney, by special licence, by Mr. Jacob Abbott Joseph Jackman, of Gawler, to Fanny, youngest daughter of the late Nathaniel Wheaton.

 

More About Joseph JACKMAN:

Burial: Payneham, Adelaide, South Australia1382

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Fanny WHEATON and Joseph JACKMAN are:

                 i.    Herbert Louis6 JACKMAN1383, b. Abt. 18681384.

                 ii.    Arthur Joseph JACKMAN1385, b. Abt. 18701386.

                iii.    Jane Wheaton JACKMAN1387, b. Abt. 18721388.

               iv.    Frank Elliott JACKMAN1389, b. Abt. 18741390.

                v.    Clem JACKMAN1391, b. Abt. 18761392.

               vi.    Sidney JACKMAN1393, b. Abt. 18781394.

81.          vii.    Royston Eric JACKMAN, b. Abt. 1880.

              viii.    Leslie Fred JACKMAN1395, b. Abt. 18821396.

               ix.    Olive JACKMAN1397, b. Abt. 18841398.

 

 

42.  George5 RAYMOND (James Wheaton4, Mary3 WHEATON, James2, Joseph1)1399 was born Bet. October - December 1838 in Ottery St Mary, Devon1399,1400.  He married Ellen UNKNOWN wife of George RAYMOND.  She was born Abt. 1844 in Dover Kent1401.

 

Notes for George RAYMOND:

Addresses

1841        Otterton, Devon

1851        Ottery St Mary, Devon

                Living, together with brother John, with father, no mother present

1861        District First Battalion 60th Roy Rifles Western Heights and Citadel Dover, Hougham, Kent

1871        Hougham, Kent

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

                Living with the family was George's mother Mary

1891        23 Dorrington Street, Hulme, Lancashire (shows place of birth as NK)

1901        12 Greenhayes Lane, Chorlton upon Medlock, South Manchester, Lancashire

1911        12 Greenhayes Lane, Chorlton upon Medlock, South Manchester, Lancashire

 

More About George RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1851 Silk Thrower; 1861 Soldier; 1871 Police Constable, Market Suptnd; 1881 Inspector R S F C A; 1891 Painter and Paper Hanger; 1901, 1911 Greengrocer & Hawker

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Ellen UNKNOWN wife of George RAYMOND:

Addresses

1871         Hougham, Kent

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

1891        23 Dorrington Street, Hulme, Lancashire as Helen

1901        12 Greenhayes Lane, Chorlton upon Medlock, South Manchester, Lancashire as Helen

1911        12 Greenhayes Lane, Chorlton upon Medlock, South Manchester, Lancashire as Helen

 

On the 1911 census Helen/Ellen is shown as having had 11 children of which 5 have died.

 

More About Ellen UNKNOWN wife of George RAYMOND:

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Children of George RAYMOND and Ellen RAYMOND are:

                 i.    Eliza E6 RAYMOND1401, b. Abt. 1862, Dover Kent1401.

 

Notes for Eliza E RAYMOND:

Addresses

1871         Hougham, Kent

 

More About Eliza E RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1871 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

                 ii.    Mary L RAYMOND1401, b. Abt. 1865, Dover Kent1401.

 

Notes for Mary L RAYMOND:

Addresses

1871         Hougham, Kent

 

More About Mary L RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1871 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

                iii.    Louisa RAYMOND1401, b. Abt. 1867, Dover Kent1401.

 

Notes for Louisa RAYMOND:

Addresses

1871         Hougham, Kent

 

More About Louisa RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1871 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               iv.    George William Lovering RAYMOND1401,1402, b. Abt. 1869, Dover Kent1403.

 

Notes for George William Lovering RAYMOND:

Addresses

1871         Hougham, Kent

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

 

More About George William Lovering RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

                v.    Sarah Ann Lovering RAYMOND1404, b. Abt. 1872, Dover Kent1404.

 

Notes for Sarah Ann Lovering RAYMOND:

Addresses

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

 

More About Sarah Ann Lovering RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               vi.    Florence Susan RAYMOND1404, b. Abt. 1874, Dover Kent1404.

 

Notes for Florence Susan RAYMOND:

Addresses

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

 

More About Florence Susan RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               vii.    Edith Kate RAYMOND1404, b. Abt. 1876, Hythe, Kent1404.

 

Notes for Edith Kate RAYMOND:

Addresses

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

 

More About Edith Kate RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

              viii.    Charles Percival RAYMOND1404, b. Abt. 1877, Hythe, Kent1404.

 

Notes for Charles Percival RAYMOND:

Addresses

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

 

More About Charles Percival RAYMOND:

Occupation: 1881 Scholar

Residences: See Notes

 

               ix.    Francis Herbert RAYMOND1404, b. Abt. 1879, Derby, Derbyshire1404,1405.

 

Notes for Francis Herbert RAYMOND:

Addresses

1881        15 Croft Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

1891        23 Dorrington Street, Hulme, Lancashire

 

More About Francis Herbert RAYMOND:

Residences: See Notes

 

                x.    Frederick Henry RAYMOND1405, b. Abt. 1883, New Normanton, Lancashire1405.

 

Notes for Frederick Henry RAYMOND:

Addresses

1891        23 Dorrington Street, Hulme, Lancashire

 

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               xi.    Albert Victor RAYMOND1406, b. Bet. October - December 1887, Manchester, Lancashire1406,1407.

 

Notes for Albert Victor RAYMOND:

Addresses

1891        23 Dorrington Street, Hulme, Lancashire as Victor

1901        12 Greenhayes Lane, Chorlton upon Medlock, South Manchester, Lancashire

 

More About Albert Victor RAYMOND:

Residences: See Notes

 

 

43.  Richard5 RENDLE (James Wheaton4 RAYMOND, Mary3 WHEATON, James2, Joseph1)1408 was born Bet. October - December 1859 in Plymouth, Devon1408.  He married Annie UNKNOWN wife of Richard RENDLE1409.  She was born 1860 in Chilverstone, Devon1409.

 

Notes for Richard RENDLE:

Addresses

1861        St Aubyn, Stoke Damerel, Devon

                Shown as visitor, along with mother, Mary A, to James RAYMOND

1871

1881        On board HMS "Ganges"

1891

1901        Chivelstone, Devon

                With wife Annie and daughter Beatrice A (17) Dressmaker and son Richard C

                (12) both born Chivelstone, Devon 

 

More About Richard RENDLE:

Occupation: 1881 Able Seaman; 1901 Naval Pensioner

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Annie UNKNOWN wife of Richard RENDLE:

Addresses

1891        Chilverstone, Devon

                Married but husband not present

1901        Chilverstone, Devon

 

More About Annie UNKNOWN wife of Richard RENDLE:

Occupation: 1901 Sub Postmistress

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Richard RENDLE and Annie RENDLE are:

                 i.    Beatrice6 RENDLE1410, b. 1884, Chilverstone, Devon1410.

 

Notes for Beatrice RENDLE:

Addresses

1891        Chilverstone, Devon

1901      Chilverstone, Devon

 

More About Beatrice RENDLE:

Occupation: 1891 Scholar; 1901 Dressmaker

Residences: See Notes

 

                 ii.    Richard E RENDLE1410, b. 1889, Chilverstone, Devon1410.

 

Notes for Richard E RENDLE:

Addresses

1891        Chilverstone, Devon

1901        Chilverstone, Devon

 

More About Richard E RENDLE:

Residences: See Notes

 

 

44.  Charles5 WHEATON (John4, James3, James2, Joseph1)1411 was born Bet. April - June 1855 in Camberwell, Surrey1412,1413, and died Bet. January - March 1886 in Epsom District, Surrey Age 301414.  He married Alice K or Kate SMITH1415,1416,1417,1418 Bet. April - June 1878 in Holborn District, Middlesex.  She was born Abt. 1858 in St Pancras, Middlesex1419,1420,1421, and died Bet. April - June 1946 in Rochford District, Essex Age 881422.

 

Notes for Charles WHEATON:

Addresses

1861        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

1871        2 Radnor Terrace, Queens Road, Camberwell, Surrey

1881        37 Plimsoll Road, Islington, London, Middlesex

 

More About Charles WHEATON:

Occupation: 1861 Scholar; 1871 General Merchants Clerk; 1881 Commercial Clk Book Publishing

Residences: See Notes

 

Notes for Alice K or Kate SMITH:

Addresses

1881        37 Plimsoll Road, Islington, London, Middlesex as Kate WHEATON

1891        14 Oakford Road, St Pancras, London (RG12/138 folio 72 page 35)

        Living in the same property as the MOUNTFORD (2 people) and JOHNSON (5 people)

        families

        As Alice K WHEATON

1901        59 Corinne Road, Islington, London As Alice K WHEATON

1911        19 Southgate Road, Tufnell Park, London as Alice Kate a widow

                Living with them were grandchildren Hilda May (11) School born Harrow and Leslie Herbert (9) DURVILLE both born Harringey,

                London

 

More About Alice K or Kate SMITH:

Occupation: 1891, 1901, 1911 Dressmaker

Residences: See Notes

       

Children of Charles WHEATON and Alice SMITH are:

82.            i.    Alice Kate M6 WHEATON, b. Bet. July - September 1878, Islington, Middlesex.

83.            ii.    Charles George Grier WHEATON, b. Bet. July - September 1879, Islington, Middlesex; d. April 4, 1963, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire Age 83.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

45.  Frank6 WHEATON (Joseph5, Joseph4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Joseph1)1423 was born Bet. October - December 1865 in Clannaborough, Devon or Bow,