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Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« on: Friday 22 March 19 12:32 GMT (UK) »
Does anyone have access to the Monumental Inscriptions for Myddle / Middle ?
I am looking for the Horsman / Horseman family.  James Horseman was Rector from 1829 - till his death in 1844.  His wife Harriett died in 1841.  Hopefully they will have a memorial.  I am also curious as to whether any of their children are named.

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Re: Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« Reply #1 on: Friday 22 March 19 13:06 GMT (UK) »
Hi
Not got the MI's but if it helps his Will is a PCC Will
It mentions daughter Harriet Ursula
Thomas Edmund
widow of late son John William
Brother Rev John Houseman of Leyton Essex
nephew William Edward Jones
son in law William Kirkby husband of Harriet.
Grandson William Horseman Kikrby

James Horseman Revd of Myddle Shropshire.28 Nov 1844

Children seem to be baptised at Whipsnade
John William 20 Sep 1806
James Edward 20 Sep 1809
Harriet 20 Sep 1810
Thomas Edmund 21 May 1812
 Charlotte Catherine Anne 21 Jan 1814 at Little Gaddesdon

Marriage at Whitchurch 13 Oct 1806 so a little naughty there.
He was of Whipsnade and his wife Harriet Jones of Whitchurch.

He and his brother John went to Oxford 1794 and 1792
Both sons of John of Souldern Oxfordshire. Mother Ursula .Baptism 24 Sep 1778.His dad was also Rector.
He went to Magdalan and brother John Chorpus Christi,brother died 14 Aug 1844 four days after James.

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Re: Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« Reply #2 on: Friday 22 March 19 14:48 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for the reply - Ive got a lot of that - I was hoping that his MI just might mention his son John William's death.  James's will mentions Rebecca (widow of his son JWH) but I cant find his death anywhere.  JWH married in 1829 in Worcester, having had a child baptised in Cambridgeshire just before the marriage. Not seen him since, and his widow remarried in 1845, but was alone in 1841.
I'm looking for the MI just in case it mentions a son who died elsewhere.  They sometimes do.

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Salop Adams,Backhouse,Bailey,Carnal,Carter,Cartwright,Chambre, Chettoe,Cooper,Erpe,Fewtrell,Gardner,Greenhouse,Gwilliam,Humphrey,Jenks,Morrey,Otherton,Parry,Pickerall,Powell,Pugh,Reeves,Reynolds, Roberts,Rogers,Salter,Whittakers,Worrall,Wright,Yale

Mont.  Davies,Edwards,Hughes,Lewis,Maddox,Mapp,Pritchard
Almeley  Prichard
Battersea  Young
Brechin  Allan,Barrie,Hardie,Mathewson,Mitchell,Strachan,Watt
Chelsea  Coates,Smith
Cheshire  Penlington
Emneth  Bennington
Wisbech  Bell,Briggs,Willcock

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Re: Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« Reply #4 on: Monday 25 March 19 21:54 GMT (UK) »
http://www.myddle.net/history/myddlehistoryproject/Original%20Document%20Pages%2063%20to%2081%20Myddle%20Church.pdf

Rectors of Myddle Parish from 1068 to 1958

1829
James Horsman
 who was incumbent at Hadnall 1836-40.  He died in 1844
Salop Adams,Backhouse,Bailey,Carnal,Carter,Cartwright,Chambre, Chettoe,Cooper,Erpe,Fewtrell,Gardner,Greenhouse,Gwilliam,Humphrey,Jenks,Morrey,Otherton,Parry,Pickerall,Powell,Pugh,Reeves,Reynolds, Roberts,Rogers,Salter,Whittakers,Worrall,Wright,Yale

Mont.  Davies,Edwards,Hughes,Lewis,Maddox,Mapp,Pritchard
Almeley  Prichard
Battersea  Young
Brechin  Allan,Barrie,Hardie,Mathewson,Mitchell,Strachan,Watt
Chelsea  Coates,Smith
Cheshire  Penlington
Emneth  Bennington
Wisbech  Bell,Briggs,Willcock

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Re: Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« Reply #5 on: Monday 25 March 19 21:57 GMT (UK) »
http://www.myddle.net/history/myddlehistoryproject/Original%20Document%20Pages%20111%20to%20129%20Charities%20people%20work.pdf

The Duke of Bridgewater Charity
The charity was founded by the Will date August 1828 of the Rev. Francis Henry Egerton,
Duke of Bridgewater and Rector of Myddle 1797-1829.  The trustees of the charity should be
the Rector of Myddle and two Representative Trustees who shall be appointed by the Parish
Council of Myddle.  The bequest was of £2000, which was in 1830 invested in 3%
consolidated bank stock in the names of Horseman, Punstock, Bate and Deighton.  The
stock was registered at the Bank of England.  It was for the benefit of Hadnall and Myddle
Parishes.  In 1913, the capital sum was divided and Myddle’s portion was £1224 which gave
an income of £30-12-0d.  The income of the charity was to be made to help the general
benefit of the poor of the parish, to infirmaries, or hospitals, clubs for supply of coal and
clothing etc; funds in order to provide nurses and midwives; payment for travel to hospital,

medical aid, food and clothing; and temporary relief in money in case of sudden destitution. 
In 1850 the Rector used the money to help the clothing and coal clubs, and to the poor. 
Now the money is distributed to the poor mainly.  There was no other will after 1829 which
left money to the poor.
Salop Adams,Backhouse,Bailey,Carnal,Carter,Cartwright,Chambre, Chettoe,Cooper,Erpe,Fewtrell,Gardner,Greenhouse,Gwilliam,Humphrey,Jenks,Morrey,Otherton,Parry,Pickerall,Powell,Pugh,Reeves,Reynolds, Roberts,Rogers,Salter,Whittakers,Worrall,Wright,Yale

Mont.  Davies,Edwards,Hughes,Lewis,Maddox,Mapp,Pritchard
Almeley  Prichard
Battersea  Young
Brechin  Allan,Barrie,Hardie,Mathewson,Mitchell,Strachan,Watt
Chelsea  Coates,Smith
Cheshire  Penlington
Emneth  Bennington
Wisbech  Bell,Briggs,Willcock

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Salop Adams,Backhouse,Bailey,Carnal,Carter,Cartwright,Chambre, Chettoe,Cooper,Erpe,Fewtrell,Gardner,Greenhouse,Gwilliam,Humphrey,Jenks,Morrey,Otherton,Parry,Pickerall,Powell,Pugh,Reeves,Reynolds, Roberts,Rogers,Salter,Whittakers,Worrall,Wright,Yale

Mont.  Davies,Edwards,Hughes,Lewis,Maddox,Mapp,Pritchard
Almeley  Prichard
Battersea  Young
Brechin  Allan,Barrie,Hardie,Mathewson,Mitchell,Strachan,Watt
Chelsea  Coates,Smith
Cheshire  Penlington
Emneth  Bennington
Wisbech  Bell,Briggs,Willcock

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Re: Myddle / Middle Monumental Inscriptions
« Reply #7 on: Sunday 31 March 19 16:04 BST (UK) »
Apologies for the delay in replying - Ive not had internet access for a few days.  I'll investigate the links.

Sue
HORSMAN / HORSEMAN - One name study
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SHORT - Northumberland
DIXON - Cumberland