Husband Alexander Wood of Fulbourne Cambridgeshire
Born:Christened:Died: 5 Dec 1479Buried:
1 M William Wood of Bokking Paroon
2 M Edward Wood
3 M William Wood probably a Priest
4 F Joyce Wood
Spouse: Henry Strinver ( - )
5 F Elizabeth Wood
6 F Anne Wood
7 M John Wood
Born: 1461Christened:Died: 2 Jul 1520Buried:
Spouse: Elizabeth Hylton ( -1546)Marr: Mar 1488
General Notes: Husband - Alexander Wood of Fulbourne Cambridgeshire
of Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire Held land at Fulbourne of annual value 15.10.4. The Wood surname is a common old English name which means "at the wood" from the Anglo-Saxon word "wode". In the early days of English surnames it could denote anyone living near a forest.
General Notes: Child - William Wood of Bokking Paroon
of Bokking, Paroon
General Notes: Child - William Wood probably a Priest
probably a Priest
General Notes: Child - John Wood
Arthur Max Potters and Anna E.
Husband Arthur Max Potters
Born: 5 Aug 1900 - Barmen, GermanyChristened:Died: 20 Dec 1970 - Palm Beach, FlBuried:
Father: Ernst Poetters (1866-1937)Mother: Unknown ( -Abt 1900)
Marriage: Bef 1930 - Queens, New York
Other Spouse: Sidnie McGregor (1922-2008) - After 1964
Other Spouse: Irene V. Schleicher (Abt 1901- ) - 1918 - New Jersey
Other Spouse: Marguerite Lockwood Thompson (1909- ) - Apr 1956 - Palm Beach County, FL
Wife Anna E.
1. Divorce: 1953, Palm Beach County, FL.
General Notes: Husband - Arthur Max Potters
James Gedney and Anne
Husband James Gedney
Born: 1733Christened:Died: 1809Buried:
Father: James Gedney (Abt 1695-1766)Mother: Phebe Horton (1705-1799)
John Jarman and Anne
Husband John Jarman
1 M John Jarman
Born: 25 Dec 1719 - London, EnglandChristened: 31 Dec 1719 - Saint Giles, Cripplegate, London, EnglandDied: After 1749Buried:
Spouse: Mary Hardy (1727- )Marr: 18 Jan 1743 - St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, England
General Notes: Husband - John Jarman
The names come from their son, John's christening at Saint Giles, Cripplegate. I am convinced that this John and Anne are the parents of the John who married Mary at St Botolph, Bishopsgate, in 1743. The timing works. St Botolph had not yet been rebuilt (or completed respectively) at the time of John and Mary's 1719 and 1727 christenings and St Giles is a nearby much older church. This John, however, is listed in his son's christening as a taylor in 1719. The pipe making business, apparently, started thereafter or was started by an extended family member, also, named John.
His ancestry is uncertain. The closest marriage record I could find is the marriage of John Jarman and Anne Tomber at St Stephen in Lympne, Kent on 31 October 1714. There is an Ancestry tree referring to a marriage of a John Jarman to an Anne in Nantmel, Radnorshire, Wales on 5 January 1718 but the tree does not provide a source and I cannot find any record to support this claim. In any case this tree is associated with a John Jarman who died in Radnor, Chester, PA on 18 September, 1769, clearly, not the right John Jarman.
General Notes: Child - John Jarman
Although his son, John's, christening at St. Botolph in December 1743 gives his father's name as James (with wife Mary), I felt confident that this "James" Jarman, had to be the same person as the "John" Jarman who married in the same church in January of that year a woman named Mary. The timing of a birth less than a year after the marriage in the same congregation can't be a coincidence. Another piece of the puzzle is that son John was a pipe maker and "Clay Pipes For the Archaelogist" by Oswald, A., British Archaelogical Reports, British Series 14, Oxford, 207 pp. (1975) lists two John Jarman clay pipe makers, one of whom was working in London between 1732 and 1749 and one before 1732. For this reason I have assigned John rather than James as the name of this person, with the assumption that he, like his son, was in the tobacco pipe making business (see his entry for the evidence that son John was also a tobacco pipe maker). Since this John was born in 1719, he may have started as an aprentice at age 13. As to the John Jarman who was operating before 1732, I am not sure what type of family member that was since this John's father was a taylor at the time of his birth in 1719. I will, also, assume that this John lived to at least 1749, based upon Oswald.
There is a James Jarman that was buried at St Botolph on 2 September 1793 which could be this person but it could, also, be the James Jarman who married Elizabeth Wright at St Botolph on 23 April1761.
Herbert John Stanley Wood and Annie Elizabeth
Husband Herbert John Stanley Wood
Born: 1855Christened:Died: 9 Aug 1924Buried:
Wife Annie Elizabeth
1 F Mary Grace Wood
General Notes: Husband - Herbert John Stanley Wood
Oliver D. Sands and Caroline L.
Husband Oliver D. Sands
Born: 10 Mar 1827Christened:Died: 10 Feb 1867Buried: 1867 - old cemetery, Hancock, Delaware, New York
Father: William E. Sands (1795-1872)Mother: Percilla Thomas (1810-1877)
Wife Caroline L.
Born: Abt 1829Christened:Died:Buried:
1 M George H. Sands
Born: 5 Apr 1858Christened:Died: 8 Jul 1866Buried: 1866 - old cemetery, Hancock, Delaware, New York
General Notes: Child - George H. Sands
John Gedney and Catharine
Husband John Gedney
Born: Abt 1603 - Norwich, Norfolk, EnglandChristened:Died: Aug 1688Buried:
Other Spouse: Mary (Abt 1612- )
Born:Christened:Died: Aug 1688Buried:
General Notes: Husband - John Gedney
Luke Eller and Catherine
Husband Luke Eller
Born: Abt 1834 - Ashe Co, North CarolinaChristened:Died: After 1860Buried:
Father: Peter Eller (Abt 1807- )Mother: Sarah (Abt 1810- )
Marriage: Bef 1857 - Ashe Co, North Carolina
Born: Abt 1834Christened:Died:Buried:
1 M John Eller
Born: Abt 1857 - Ashe Co, North CarolinaChristened:Died:Buried:
General Notes: Husband - Luke Eller
William Leach and Charlotte
Husband William Leach
1 F Pauline Leach
Spouse: David Sands (1813-1859)Marr: 18 Jun 1834 - New Milford, CT