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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #9 on: Monday 07 July 14 23:33 BST (UK) »
Hi Coreen

Home again now & have checked my records for Puddifoot. The furthest back I have gone is to a Jonas who I believe was born 1693 in Sarratt to another Jonas "Pudevat" & Anne. So far I haven't found any Joseph's in my tree.

As you mention Grt Berkhampstead & Bovingdon have you seen the Joseph baptised 15th June 1703 in Hemel Hempstead to Jeremiah & Mary, there is also another one 12th June 1712 to a John Puddephat in Hemel. Quite a lot of Puddefoot's about including a Joseph baptised in Watford 23rd Sept 1707 to a John & Sarah.

Sorry I haven't been much help to you but I'll keep an eye out whilst trying to find my own Puddifoot's.

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 08 July 14 07:19 BST (UK) »
Hi Maddie,

Thanks for looking. The Joseph baptised 15/06/1703 in Hemel is a possibility although on his marriage details via the BFHS records he is recorded as being 'of this parish' (that is Chesham,Bucks). If I could only track down a Will of one of his possible fathers it might give me the answer.....but that would make it too easy i suppose!

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 08 July 14 10:47 BST (UK) »
Hi Coreen

I thought the Joseph in Hemel looked like a very good candidate especially as the "of this parish" on marriage records didn't necessarily mean the person was born there only that they had been a resident for a given time. Do his parents names look at all familiar. ???

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 09 July 14 07:13 BST (UK) »
Hi Maddie,

I don't know the name of any siblings as I am unsure of his parent's details.

I have only been able to record three children born to Joseph Pudivat & Elizabeth May & they were; an unnamed male born & died Jan 1727,John born 18/09/1729 & Elizabeth born 08/12/1733.

Joseph's wife,Elizabeth,died at the end of  December 1733,presumably from the effects of recent childbirth. All three children were baptised at St Mary's,Chesham.

I have been unable to confirm,with any certainty,Joseph's DOD,which might have given his age. The only possibility is a Joseph Puddephatt who died in March 1785 (no age given) in Chesham. None of John's sons were named Jeremiah but that does not necessarily mean anything.   

Thanks again for your input.

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 09 July 14 23:19 BST (UK) »
Hi Coreen

Just a thought but as Elizabeth died in 1733 have you found a second marriage for Joseph, it would be unusual if he didn't marry again having such young children.

I've had a quick look in Chesham & Chenies without any luck but he could have married elsewhere in Bucks. :-\

Nothing is jumping out at me from Herts either.

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 10 July 14 07:55 BST (UK) »
Hi Maddie,

Although I have been unable to trace a marriage there are two children born to a Joseph & Sarah Puddephat,of Ashleygreen,Chesham on 20/04/1737 (Sarah) & 20/07/1740 (Joseph) which look a good possibility.   Sarah died in Jan 1771(no age given).

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #15 on: Friday 11 July 14 07:52 BST (UK) »
Hi Corrinthian

I checked Chesam PR's for a marriage to a Joseph [John] Puddephatt from 1734 to 1750 but didn't find anything, sorry, even checked the transcripts incase I missed it on the copies of the originals.

I would have a guess that he started another family with a 'Sarah' as yet more unnamed children buried to Joseph and Sarah Puddephatt of Ashley Green were mentioned, and Ashley Green is still a relatively small place.
It culd be that they married out of Chesham or that didn't marry or, that it was a Baptist ceremony. Chesham was well known as a strong Baptist area.

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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #16 on: Friday 11 July 14 10:26 BST (UK) »
It culd be that they married out of Chesham or that didn't marry or, that it was a Baptist ceremony. Chesham was well known as a strong Baptist area

Prior to 1837 all marriages, other than those of Quakers and Jews, were to be solemnized in the Church of England.
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Re: Puddephatt family from Chesham,Bucks.
« Reply #17 on: Friday 11 July 14 18:42 BST (UK) »
Orpheus,

the baptist thought was only a suggestion.
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