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John Young 1762-1824 of Nailsea family
Posted by: Wayne Brown (ID *****3892) Date: May 19, 2012 at 15:27:25
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John Young of Nailsea family

This is for my Young family.. Parts are posted on other trees........

John Young baptised 21 March 1762 Saltford, Somerset, son of John Young and Hannah Strange, married Mary Evans 24 April 1786 at Nailsea Holy Trinity church, died 12 December 1824, buried Nailsea 17 December 1824, aged 63.

Mary Evans baptised 3 June 1765 at Nailsea daughter of John Evans and Sarah Wride, died 27 September 1840, buried Nailsea 4 October 1840, aged 75.

Marriage register, Nailsea, 24 April 1786 John Young of Priston, Somerset and Mary Evans of this parish, by licence. Witnesses were John Evans, Thomas Bayley, John Evans. Priston was a small village 5 miles south-west of Bath and took its name from the Saxon meaning 'Priest's Town'.

John Young's estate in 1824 included a shop at Nailsea & tenements at 23 Kingsmead St, Bath, renamed as 21 Monmouth St, Bath. His will listed "Thomas Evans of Brockley, Somerset, Schoolmaster and William Kiddle of Tickenham, Somerset, Yeoman " as trustees with his wife. Witnesses were Samuel Baker, Solicitor, Blagdon, Somerset, Thomas Helstone and John M Cosgrave, both of Brockley, Somerset.

Mary Young of Nailsea, widow, made a will on 29 Dec 1832, signed also by witnesses R B Simmons jnr and Edward Evans. Her will, for effects under 450 pounds, listed "my friend Thomas Evans of Brockley, Schoolmaster (as trustee) .. my grand-daughter Mary Young " Mary died on 27 Sep 1840 and the will was proved at Wells on 2 Jan 1841.

children -

1 William Young born c1787 died c1847, married Hannah Griffin of Clevedon on 8 Mar 1817 at St Andrews Church, Clevedon. Hannah Griffin, daughter of William and Sarah was baptized at Clevedon on 2 Jun 1782. A Young family bible lists her death as 17 Oct 1820, aged 38 years. William Young was a farmer at Almondsbury, Glos, in 1821, then farmed at Nailsea in 1822. A family recollection states that he lost his sight and was living at Winterbourne, Glos, around 1830. William Young of Mangotsfield, was buried 20 May 1847 at St Michaels, Winterbourne age 60. He had inherited a property at 23 Kingsmead St in Bath, which his children sold in 1847. Children.

1.1 Sarah Young born 1818 in Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, baptised 15 July 1821 at Clevedon, buried 2 June 1864 at Clevedon, married George Stuckey on 7 November 1836 in Bristol. George was baptised 17 July 1814 at Kingston Seymour, son of Isaac Stuckey and Susannah Every, and buried 5 November 1887 at Clevedon. In 1851 George was farming 25 acres at Kenn, in 1861 George was a haulier and the family lived at Nailsea Wall in Clevedon. He married 2nd to Rachael Elizabeth Burnett in 1869 at Bristol, and he was a haulier at Clevedon in 1871 and 1881. Children.

1.1.1 William Young Stuckey born c1840, Chelvey, buried 23 October 1901 at Clevedon. He married Harriet Anne Long in 1860. She was born c1842 in Hanley Staffordshire, buried 9 August 1894 Clevedon. In 1881 he was a fly proprietor at Clevedon. This means he owned one horse two wheeled carriages for hire, and employed drivers for them. Children. Francis Henry Stuckey born 1866,George Stuckey born c1869, Samuel Harry Stuckey born 1870, Frederick Charles Stuckey born 1872, buried 20 March 1902, Clevedon, Sarah Ann Stuckey born 1875, Herbert Edwin Stuckey born 1877, buried 4 July 1892 at Clevedon.

1.1.2 Edward Griffin Stuckey born c1841 Yatton, died 18 February 1881 in Bristol and was buried at Clevedon, married Mary Louisa, was a dealer in oils at Bristol in the 1870s.

1.1.3 Sarah Ann Stuckey born 1843 Yatton, married John Thomas 20 March 1866. He was born 1843 at Yatton and he was a church minister. In 1871 and 1881 they were in Marylebone London and Sarah's sister Ann Maria was staying with them in 1871. In 1891 they lived in Carlisle, Cumberland. Children Effie M Thomas b 1867 Chepstowe, Monmouth, Orlando V Thomas born 1879 London and John E Thomas born c1881 London, George E Thomas born 1873 London, Daisy E Thomas born 1879 London

1.1.4 Ann Maria Stuckey born Yatton, baptised 1 July 1844 at Cleeve, was unmarried in 1881 visiting her sister Elizabeth Weymouth.

1.1.5 Mary Griffin Stuckey born Yatton, baptised 6 November 1846 Cleeve, died 1875, married Richard Hazell in 1867 at Bristol. Richard was born c1825 at Yatton, died in 1886, and in 1871 he farmed 111 acres at Yatton. Children Minnie Hazell born 1868, George Hazell born 1872, Tom Hazell born 1874.

1.1.6 Susannah Sophie Stuckey born 1849 Kenn, baptised 18 January 1849, Cleeve, married James Banwell 1874. He was baptised 3 May 1846 at Kingston Seymour, son of George Banwell and Harriet Shenton. In 1891 he was a farm worker at Kenn. George E Banwell born c1875, Merthyr, Glamorgan, Henry James Banwell baptised 14 March 1880 Yatton, Ernest Stuckey Banwell born 1883 Yatton, Arthur Young Banwell born 1886 Kenn.

1.1.7 Elizabeth Griffin Stuckey baptised 20 September 1850 at Kenn, died 1929 Kingston, Surrey, married 1880 at Holborn to Edwin Withy Weymouth. Edwin was born c1851 at Bristol, died 1917 at London. He was a printers stereotyper in 1881 at St Mary Islington, London. In 1891 he was a printer at 203 Rye Lane, Peckham, Camberwell, London, and in 1901 he was a newspaper stereotyper and printer there. One child Sophia Weymouth born 1882 London..

1.1.8 George Stuckey born c1851, buried 7 September 1902. He married Harriet Coombs born Nailsea. Children George Stuckey and Jack Stuckey.

1.1.9 Isaac George Stuckey baptised 9 November 1852 Kenn, buried 1 November 1900. He married Amelia Charlotte Endersby in 1878, Marylbone. In 1891 Charlotte was a lodging house keeper at Eversea House in Clevedon and Isaac was a fly proprietor, hiring out one horse carriages. Charlotte went to live with her sisterinlaw Elizabeth Weymouth after Isaac's death. Children. Agnes Lucy Adelaide Stuckey baptised 13 June 1879 Clevedon, George Edward Stuckey born 1882, died in Canada, Edwin Young Stuckey born 6 August1884, Clevedon, married Winifred Dyer.

1.1.10 Eliza Ann Young Stuckey baptised 19 June 1855 Kenn, married Charles Benjamin Hathway in 1878 at Barton Regis. He was born 1854 at Farmborough, a stonemason at Bristol in 1881, and died at Bedminster in 1891. Eliza was widowed in Islington Rd, Bedminster, in 1901, and lived with her daughter Annie in Bedminster in 1911. Children. Annie Alice Hathway born 1880 Bristol married Ernest Alfred Lovell, George E Hathway born 1884 Bristol, died 1940 Bristol.

1.1.11 Samuel Griffin Stuckey baptised 13 June 1858 Kenn, died 9 November 1899. He married Hannah Hathaway 1877. She was born 1859 in Farnborough. Children. Sarah Molly Stuckey baptised 28 December 1877, Annie Louisa Stuckey baptised 1 November 1879, Edwin Griffin Stuckey baptised 30 December 1881, Olive Ann Stuckey born 1882 married William Goodman, Violet Mary Stuckey born 1883 married William Henry Harril, Vincent Charles Stuckey born c1885, died 1948 Canada, married Mabel Ann Pomeroy, George Charles Stuckey born 1889, married Elda Amelia Withy, Blanch Edith Stuckey born 1892, married Walter Spencer, Harry William Stuckey baptised 12 August 1894, Lillian May Stuckey baptised 6 June 1898, married Richard Bagg 1923.

1.1.12 Vincent Joseph Stuckey born 1862, baptised 12 March 1863 at Clevedon, buried 18 September 1863 at Clevedon.

1.2 William Griffin Young born at Almondsbury, Glos about 1819, bapt 13 Feb 1822 at Nailsea and was a farmer at Kingston Seymour in 1847. In 1851 he was visiting a Harper family in Yatton. He married Eliza Jones in March qtr 1876 at Clifton, Bristol. In 1881 he was a publican at the Masons Arms Hotel, Watleys End, Winterbourne, Glos, with his young wife Eliza aged 26 born at Winterbourne, (and 3 children Clara Ann 4, William G 2 and Florence L age 1).. He died 30 Sep 1890 in his pub and he was buried 5 Oct 1890 at St Michael C of E, Winterbourne, Glos, age 71. In 1891 Eliza now widowed was still a beer retailer at the Masons Arms in Watley's End. By 1901 the family had moved to 67 The Street, Winterbourne. William Griffin Young, publican of Watleys End, and Eliza had the following children baptised at St Michael, Cof E, Winterbourne -

1.2.1 Clara Ann Young baptised 11 Feb 1877 In 1891 she was a tailoress age 14.

1.2.2 William Griffin Young born 20 May 1878 baptised 11 Aug 1878, buried 20 Jun 1955 age 77, of High St, Winterbourne. He was a carpenter and still living with his mother in 1901 and 1911 .

1.2.3 Florence Louisa Young born 22 Mar 1880, baptised 9 May 1880, was a dressmaker at home in 1901 and 1911, never married, buried 17 Nov 1945 age 65, of High St, Winterbourne.

1.2.4 Eliza Young born 21 Feb 1882 baptised 14 May 1882, died 1936 at Chipping Sodbury. She was a dressmaker at home in 1901 and 1911, and she married on 10 June 1929 to Samuel Charles Winter, age 43, traveler of 21 The Drive, Gilfrach-Baigred, Glamorganshire (witnesses were Ernest Young and H Sullivan). Samuel was born 1886 at Barton Regis, Bristol, and died 1951 at Sodbury, Glos.

1.2.5 Sarah Young (twin) born 23 Jun 1886 bapt 8 Aug 1886, buried 11 Sep 1887.

1.2.6 Mary Young (twin) ditto, buried 29 May 1887

1.2.7 James Charles Young born 7 August 1890, baptised 10 Oct 1890, died March qtr 1984 at Bristol, known as Charles and he is on the WW1 honour roll as serving with the Gloucester Regiment in France. He married in June qtr 1920 at Chipping Sodbury to Charlotte (Lottie) Elizabeth Louisa Davis and was a plasterer when he had several children baptized together on 14 Jan 1927 at St Michael, Winterbourne. He was a mason later. His children were -

Ronald William Young born 1920 at Bristol.,

Dorothy Florence Mary Young born 20 June 1921 at Chipping Sodbury, married Alfred G C Coombs in 1940 at Bristol, died Feb 1995 at Bristol. Alfred born 1916 at Bristol..

Brenda Eileen Young born 1923 at Chipping Sodbury. Brenda, age 22 was an aircraft erection hand when she married at St Michael, Winterbourne on 7 July 1945, to Arthur Thompson, age 29, a fitter and private with the military police, on 7 July 1945 at St Michael, Winterbourne. Both were living at 41 Park Ave, Watleys End.

Cora Olive Young born 1924 Chipping Sodbury, married in 1950 at Sudbury, Suffolk to Kenneth G Fletcher-Reed

Vera Maud Young born 1925 at Chipping Sodbury.

1.2.8 Ernest Young born about 1893 at Winterbourne. He is listed in the 1901 census as Eliza's son aged 8 and appears to be illegitimate. He is listed on the WW1 Honour Roll. Ernest Young, lance bombardier 127 Heavy Battery RGA, aged 24 married Elsie Jones age 25 on 21 Feb 1918 at St Michael, Winterbourne, and gave his father as William Young, deceased. He was a witness at his sister Eliza's wedding in 1929. Elsie Young of Langton Park, Southville, Bristol 3, was buried at St Michael, Winterbourne on 31 May 1937 aged 44.

1.3.Mary Griffin Young was born c1821 in Patchway, Almondsbury, Gloucester, baptised 13 February 1822 at Nailsea, died 25 September 1884 and was buried in Kingston Seymour. She married on 23 October 1841 in Bristol to Henry Stuckey, son of Isaac Stuckey and Susannah Every. Henry was baptised 28 November 1813 in Kingston Seymour, and he was buried 15 July 1895 at Kingston Seymour. In 1851 Henry was farming 98 acres at Kenn, in 1861 he farmed 50 acres at Yatton, in 1871 he farmed 57 acres at Yatton, and in 1881 he farmed 76 acres at Kingston Seymour. Children.

1.3.1 Emily Stuckey born 1843 Yatton, baptised 8 August 1843 Kingston Seymour, married Joseph Price 9 February 1881 Bristol. Joseph was born in Congresbury c1854. Children Lillian Price born 1884 Winford and Ivy Price born 1888 Winford. In 1901 and in 1911 they farmed at Chewstoke.

1.3.2 Rosa Mary Stuckey baptised 31 August 1845, Kingston Seymour, married Thomas Scott in 1878 Bristol. Thomas born c1851 in Stanton, Wiltshire. Thomas ran a lodging house at 13 Manilla Cres, Weston-super-Mare in 1881. Rosa was a lodging house keeper at Beach Rd, Weston Super Mare in 1891 and 1901 while Thomas was a carriage proprietor. He was a widowed cab proprietor in 1911. Children Laura Ann Scott b 1880 Weston Super Mare, Rosa L Scott b 1882 Weston Super Mare.

1.3.3 Walter Stuckey born 6 July 1847, Kingston Seymour, baptised 8 August 1847 Kingston Seymour, died 3 February 1926 Kingston Seymour. He married 1st to Sarah Ann Atherton on 30 March 1873 at Axbridge She was born c1844 and died 1874 Bedminster. He married 2nd to Julia Jane Vowles on 18 January 1876 in Tickenham. She was born c1844, and died 1891 Bedminster. He married 3rd to Elizabeth Vowles 14 November 1892 in Tickenham. Children m1 Florence Emma Stuckey born 1874, died 1946. Children m2 Emily Stuckey born 1881, Alice Jane Stuckey born 1883, Phoebe Laurel Stuckey born 1885 married Walter James Court 1911 at Nailsea. Walter Stuckey was a butcher at Kingston Seymour in 1881, and a farmer at Tickenham in 1901 and 1911.

1.3.4 Charles Stuckey born 1849 baptised 28 January 1849 Kingston Seymour, died 2 February 1925. He married Louisa Hardwick 1881. She was born c1849 in Wick St Lawrence, and died 1941. In 1881 Charles farmed 26 acres at Kingston Seymour, and from 1891 to 1911 he farmed at Yatton. Children Cuthbert Charles Stuckey born 1890, Robert Stuckey born 1891 Yatton.

1.3.5 Francis Stuckey b 1850 Kenn, baptised 2 June 1850 Kenn, died 9 June 1922 Kingston Seymour. He married Phoebe Hardwick in 1874. She was born c1847 in Wick St Lawrence and died 14 December 1923 in Kingston Seymour. From 1881 till 1911 Francis farmed 80 acres at Kingston Seymour. Children Frances Louisa Stuckey born 1874 Yatton, Francis Walter Stuckey born 1882 Kingston Seymour, died 31 December 1950, Harold Victor Stuckey born 1889 Kingston Seymour who married cousin Winifred Alice Stuckey in 1914.

1.3.6 Christiana Stuckey born 1853, baptised 6 Jan 1854 Kenn, died 1864 Yatton.

1.3.7 Lewis Stuckey, born 1855, baptised 3 December 1854, Kenn, died 8 August 1935 Weston Super Mare. He married Emma Durston in 1877, She was born 1851 in Staplegrove, Taunton, daughter of William Durston and Mary, and died 25 July 1914 in Weston Super Mare. Lewis founded a bakery on the corner of Orchard Street and Palmer Row in Weston Super Mare. Children William Henry Stuckey born 1878 Weston Super Mare, Herbert Lewis Stuckey born 1880 Weston Super Mare, died 28 December 1950, Weston Super Mare, Harry Stuckey born 1883 Weston Super Mare, died 25 June 1960 Weston Super Mare, Winifred Alice Stuckey born 1889 Weston Super Mare, married cousin Harold Victor Stuckey in 1914.

1.3.8 Eliza Ann Young Stuckey baptised 19 June 1855, Kenn

1.3.9 Gilbert Stuckey born 31 May 1856 at Kenn, baptised 29 June 1856 Yatton, died 29 July 1931 at Yatton. He married Annie Jane Lucas on 7 November 1883. She was born 1857 in Banwell, and died 6 January 1940 at Weston-super-Mare. Gilbert was a butcher at Yatton and in 1901 he was a farmer as well. Children Reginald Charles Stuckey baptised 9 August 1885 Yatton, Ernest Victor Stuckey born 1887, baptised 9 September 1888, Yatton married Helen Scott Dyer, Gilbert Stanley Stuckey born 1889, Arthur Francis L Stuckey born March 1891, Harry (Henry) Clifford Stuckey born 1893.

1.3.10 Henry (Harry) Stuckey born 1859 Yatton, died 16 January 1883 at Horse Castle, Yatton, unmarried. He was a butcher at Yatton in 1881.

1.3.11Norman Miles Stuckey born 1860 Yatton, died 10 August 1927 Kingston Seymour, He married Julie Ann Roach 1889. She was born c1858 at Latteridge, Gloucestershire. In 1901 and 1911 Norman farmed at Kingston Seymour and in the 1920s at Northend Farm, Yatton. Children Elsie May Stuckey born 1890 Yatton, Julia Ann Stuckey born 1891, died 1895, Eveline Mary Stuckey born 1893 Kingston Seymour, Christiana Laura Stuckey born 1896 Kingston Seymour.

1.3.12 Laura Ann Stuckey baptised 31 August 1862 Kingston Seymour, died 9 February 1940 at Weston-super-Mare, married in 1890 to Edwin Coombs. Edwin was born c1870 at Kingston Seymour, and died 3 November 1919, farmed at Kingston Seymour in 1891, then he was a baker, postmaster and grocer at Weston Super Mare in 1901 and 1911. No issue.

2 Sarah Young born 24 Apr 1789, died 22 Jan 1862, buried at Nailsea, married James Evans of Backwell on 23 July 1815 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church. Witnesses to the marriage were Mary Young, William Young, Anne Breane, John Jennings. James Evans was a farmer at Kingston Seymour and he died 28 November 1821. Sarah Evans, now widowed married about 1826 to Jacob Harding, farmer, of Kingston Seymour. Jacob was born c1801 at Wraxall, died 13 June 1877 at Nailsea, married again to Elizabeth Fenton at Bath in 1872.

Sarah's children m1 –

2.1 John Evans baptised 10 Jun 1816 Nailsea, buried 18Mar1853 Nailsea age 36. John was also a farmer at Kingston Seymour.

2.2 James Evans born 10 Jan 1819, baptised 1 Jan 1821 at Kingston Seymour, died 20 April 1875 at Kingston Seymour, m1 in 1849 to Elizabeth born c1815 at Churchill, m2 Sarah Ann born c1810 at Clapton/Tickenham, Somerset. In 1851 he was a farmer of 44 acres at Kingston Seymour. In 1861 he was farming at Pembry farm 130 acres at Pembry, Camarthen Wales, in 1871 he was farming at Kingston Seymour.

children m1

2.2.1 Sarah Ann Evans baptised 2 July 1850 at Kingston Seymour, married Edwin Jones c1876, died Jan 1912 Somerset. Edwin born 1853 at Yatton, Som, died April 1897 Somerset. Edwin was farming 100 acres at Palmers Elm, Congresbury in 1881 and at Puxton in 1891. Children - Emma Jones b1877 Puxton, Som, Mary Jane Jones b1880 Puxton, Wallace Jones b1882 Hewish Som, Edwin Jones 1885 Hewish.

children m2

2.2.2 James Evans born c1854 at Tickenham.

2.3 Edward Evans born 31 Jan 1820 baptised 1 Jan 1821 at Kingston Seymour. He married in 1843 to Harriet Wood. Harriet was born c1812 at Wick St Lawrence and died in 1894. She was widowed and staying with her father William Wood at Worle in 1851, in 1861 she was staying her daughter Sarah Ann 17 with her brother-in-law William Evans at Congresbury, Harriet stayed with her daughter till 1891.

2.3.1 Sarah Ann Evans born c1844 at Clevedon, died 8 December 1928 Somerset, m1 1864 to Peter Parsons, m2 1873 to George Pimm. George Pimm was born 1848 at Winscombe, died 1 August 1927 Somerset. She lived at Wick St Lawrence in 1871 she was a widow with her mother farming 11 acres. In 1881 George was farming 120 acres and he farmed at Wick St Lawrence till 1901. Children William Parsons b1864 Wick St Lawrence, George Parsons born 1866 Wick St Lawrence

2.4 William Evans baptised 24 March 1822 at Kingston Seymour, married Jane Bisdee in 1847. Jane was baptised 19 June 1804 at Loxton Somerset. William farmed 77 acres at Congresbury in 1851, and 103 acres there in 1861, still there in 1875, moved to Wick St Lawrence by 1881.In 1891 Jane was widowed.

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2.5 Emma Harding baptised 8 March 1827 at Kingston Seymour, married her cousin Abraham Brake in 1851, see 4.3.

2.6 Sarah Harding baptised 12 April 1829 at Kingston Seymour, married in 1852 at Bristol to Edwin Nunney baptised 24 Dec 1822 at Kingston Seymour. Edwin died 1862, and Sarah married Alfred Nunney in 1865. Alfred was born 1832 at Kingston Seymour, died 1901 Somerset, and he was a farmer of 80 acres at Nailsea in 1871.

children m1

2.6.1 Mary Ann Nunney born 1854 Kingston Seymour, baptised 4 October 1854 at Nailsea, died in 1888 and she was buried 9 October 1888 at Holy Trinity Church, Nailsea, married James Kiddell in 1877, and he died in 3 May 1891 at Nailsea. James was a farmer at Nailsea. 4 children.

Edith Mary Kiddell born 1880 Nailsea, died 1912 at Bristol unmarried.

Gilbert William Kiddell born 1881 Nailsea, died 1900 at Long Ashton.

Beatrice Ann Kiddell born 1883 Nailsea, was a nurse in Clevedon in 1911, married Percy N Foskett 1922.

Hartley John Kiddell born 1888 Nailsea, died 1911 at Long Ashton.

children m2

2.6.2 Herbert Edwin Nunney baptised 15 August 1866 Nailsea, m Florence Beatrice Hughes 1893 at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, m2 Bessie Little at Carlise, Cumberland, died 4 Nov 1918 at Carlisle. He was a tailor's manager.

2.6.3 Edgar Alfred Nunney baptised 8 March 1868 Nailsea, died 1952, married 1898 to Minnie Hazell and farmed at Yatton till 1911.

2.6.4 Frank Egbert Nunney born 19 March 1969, baptised 31 March 1869 Nailsea, died 1943, married 1892 at Calne, Wilts, to Eva Maria Wallis, and had one daughter Beatrice Kathleen Nunney born 1901 at Ebley, Glos, died 1963 at Southhampton.

2.7 Mary Ann Harding baptised 6 January 1832 at Kingston Seymour, buried 6 April 1848 at Nailsea.

3 Mary Young born 18 Nov 1791 married John Jennings of Kenn 11 Oct 1818 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church. The witnesses were John Young, Ann Young, John Young Jnr, Edward Young, Elizabeth Jennings. John, son of William and Mary Jennings was baptised 12 Feb 1792 at Kenn. He farmed at Kingshill, Nailsea and was buried at Nailsea 3 July 1849 age 57.Mary Jennings was buried at Nailsea on 29 December 1864, age 73 ..children -

3.1 Ann Jennings born c1820 at Kenn married her first cousin Robert Newton in 1841, see 4.1.

3.2 Mary Jennings born c1821 at Kenn, buried 21 Aug 1836 Nailsea age 15.

3.3 Emma Jennings born c1824 at Kenn, married her first cousin James Young Brake 4 Apr 1849 at Holy Trinity Nailsea. James farmed at Dundry in 1851 next to a cousin Aaron Young, was farming 130 acres at Langarren, Herefordshire in 1871, and died at Bridstow, Hereford, and he was buried at Nailsea on 1 April 1881. Emma was listed as a widow in the 1881 census and farming 86 acres at Bridstow, Hereford, By 1891 she was operating a lodging house at Esplanade Villa in Clevedon. She died in 1907 at Long Ashton, Somerset.

3.3.1 Emma Eliza Brake was born 1850 at Dundry, died 1929 at Long Ashton, never married, continued the lodging house business in Clevedon after her mothers death.

3.4 John Jennings bapt 15 Jan 1826 Nailsea, married Sarah Ann Moxham in 1848 in Bristol. Sarah born c1827 in Bristol. John was a grocer at Clevedon. By 1861 Sarah was a widowed grocer at Clevedon.

3.4.1 Alfred John Jennings born 1849 at Clevedon, was a grocer and tea dealer in Clevedon in 1871. He married to Lousia Mary Hannam 14 June 1870 at Bristol. Louisa was born 1844 at Redcliff, Bristol. Louisa was a widowed governess at Hook Norton in 1881, then a school mistress in 1891 at Bath Road, Bedminster, in 1901 at they lived at 3 Anglesea Place, Clifton, Bristol.. Two children - Ethel Mary Jennings born 1871 at Clevedon and Richard Glanville Jennings born 1873 Bristol who married Emmeline Arundel Senington at Bristol in 1908.

3.4.2 Mary Elizabeth Jennings born 1851 at Clevedon

3.5 Charles Jennings bapt 11 May 1828 Nailsea, married 26 Nov 1850 Nailsea to Lavinia Lovell, daughter of Samuel Lovell, innkeeper. Charles was a farmer of 66 acres at Nailsea in 1851.

4 Hannah Young born 6 March 1794, bapt 13 Apr 1794 at Nailsea, dau of John Young and Mary Evans. She married Robert Newton, Carpenter of Nailsea , on 7 Oct 1816 at St Philip & St Jacob, Bristol. Robert Newton died 13 March 1820, was buried 19 Mar 1820 at Wraxall and after his death Hannah married Abraham Brake, farmer of West End, Nailsea, on 21 Dec 1823 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church. Witnesses to the marriage were John Young, Rachel Young, Elizabeth Young & John Newton. Abraham Brake, son of George and Mary Brake bapt 25 Dec 1797 Nailsea, died 10 Feb 1871 and he was buried 15 Feb 1871 at Nailsea. Hannah was buried at Nailsea on 16 Apr 1841 age 47. Abraham married Ann Hurditch in 1842, Ann buried 2 Mar 1871 at Nailsea.

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4.1 Robert Newton, bapt 7 Oct 1819 at Wraxall, married his cousin Ann Jennings in 1841. Robert was bequeathed an income by his grandfather, Robert Newton, in 1837. He was a tradesman in 1846, then a shopkeeper in 1852. Robert was buried 21 Oct 1863 at Nailsea aged 44. Ann was a grocer and draper at Nailsea in 1871, and she was an annuitant living with her daughter Rosa in 1881. Children were baptised at Nailsea Holy Trinity.

4.1.1 Rosa Emma Newton bapt 20 Nov 1842 married Benjamin Nash Cavill at Bristol in 1866. Benjamin was born at Bridgwater c1840. He was an engine fitter at Stoke Damerel in Devonport, Devon, in 1881 and 1891, and 1911 Children - Rose Emma Cavill born 1866 at Bridgwater. Alfred Thomas Cavill born 1871 at Bristol, died at Plymouth in 1956, married Henrietta Maud Harris (1875-1947) on 29 December 1894 at Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devon. Their children were Hettie born 1897, Olive E G 1898, Ruby Alfreda 1900-1974, Kathleen 1906. Ruby married John Francis Henry Ford (1898-1953) on 11 Sep 1920 at Plymouth.

4.1.2 Hannah Mary Newton bapt 12 Jun 1844. Anna Mary Newton, dau of Robert Newton, grocer, married William Jarrett, farrier of Clevedon on 17 Apr 1873 at Nailsea. Hannah and William Jarrett moved to farm at Canton, Wayne, Michigan USA abt 1873.

4.1.3 Walter Glanville Newton bapt 13 Dec 1846, in 1911 he was an inmate at the workhouse in Ross, Herefordshire.

4.1.4 Eliza Ann Newton bapt 12 Mar 1848, buried 5 Jul 1850 Nailsea.

4.1.5 Clement Robert Newton bapt 13 Oct 1850 , buried17 Nov 1850 Nailsea.

4.1.6 Alfred Robert Newton bapt 14 Nov 1852. In 1881 Alf was a cook on the Royal Navy ship Northumberland.

Children m2 –

4.2 James Young Brake bapt Nailsea 5 Dec 1824, had Trereece farm at Llangarran, Herefordshire in 1871, died 1881 Llangarron, farmer of Nailsea, married his cousin Emma Jennings at Holy Trinity Nailsea on 4 April 1849. He farmed 56 acres at Nailsea in 1861, no issue.

4.3 Abraham Brake bapt Nailsea 10 Sep 1826, died 15 Oct 1882 at Nailsea, buried 21 Oct 1882 Nailsea. In 1881 Abraham Brake b1826 farmed 140 acres and employed 3 men at Coomb Farm, West End Nailsea. He married his first cousin Emma Harding, born 1827 at Kingston Seymour, who died in 1902 at Melsham, Wiltshire. Emma was living with her daughter Ethel at Backwell in 1891, and living at Trowbridge, Wiltshire in 1901. children

4.3.1 Agnes Emma Brake b13Jun1852, married Frank Stevens, builder of Wraxall, at Nailsea on 26 Dec 1883, and died in 1884.

4.3.2 Hannah Brake b4Oct1854, married Theophilus John Coles, gentleman of Backwell, at Nailsea on 22 June 1887. Theo was born c1842 at Yatton, in 1901 he was a retired commercial traveller at Weston-super-Mare, and died 1909 at Long Ashton, Hannah died 1928 at Long Ashton. Children - DArcy Sidney J Coles born 1888 at Backwell, married Elsie H Church in 1913 at Thanet, Kent, was a chemist and druggist in Bristol and died 1956 at Bristol, and Irene Katheen Annie Coles born 1894 at Weston-super-Mare

4.3.3 Eliza Ann Brake b16Apr1856, was listed as Lillie in 1901 and living with her mum at Trowbridge, Wiltshire, and was unmarried in 1911 in Bristol.

4.3.4 Sidney Harding Brake b25Mar1857, draper of Nailsea, married Fanny Marsh 8Aug1888 at Nailsea, and went to New York in 1888. Fanny was born 16 Nov 1860 in Somerset.

4.3.5 Hartley Abraham Brake b19Oct1858,

4.3.6 Constance Brake b30Apr1861 was a drapers clerk in Bristol and died in 1926 at Taunton, unmarried.

4.3.7 Clement Brake b28Feb1863, arrived in the USA in 1884, married May C Bradley, lived in Santa Clara California in 1900 and 1910.

4.3.8 Ernest Brake twin bapt 28sep1864, was a corn merchant and arrived in New York in 1895.

4.3.9 Edwin Brake twin b28Sep1864, Edwin married Elizabeth Harriet Oates in 1901 in London and he died in 1907 in Chelsea London.

4.3.10 Frederick James Brake b12Nov1865, died 1867 Nailsea.

4.3.11 Beatrice Brake twin b26Jan1867 , buried 22feb1867 Nailsea.

4.3.12 Jessie Brake b 26Jan1867, never married, died 1956 at Weston-super-Mare.

4.3.13 Wilhelmina Brake b 13 Sep 1868, buried 2 Dec 1868 at Nailsea.

4.3.14 Frederick William Brake b 10 Apr 1870,

4.3.15 Ethel Beatrice Brake b 23 Dec 1872, unmarried. Ethel went to New York in 1926 and she was naturalised in California in 1929.

4.4 Clement Brake bapt 13 July 1828 Nailsea, buried 27 Mar 1829 Nailsea.

4.5 Hannah Brake bapt 7 Aug 1831 Nailsea, buried 7 April 1841 Nailsea.

4.6 Christiana Brake bapt 31 Jan 1837 Nailsea, buried 3 Dec 1837 Nailsea.

5 Ann Young born 19 July 1796, bapt 8 Jan 1797 (born 1 jul 1796) at Nailsea, married John Hurditch of Nailsea 24 Apr 1822 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church. The witnesses were Elizabeth Young, John ?, John Young, Mary Hurditch . John Hurditch, son of John Hurditch, farmer, and Penelope Coombs, born 31 Mar 1796, bapt 7 Feb 1797 Nailsea, and he was living at Congresbury before being buried 2 Sep 1836 at Nailsea, aged 40. His parents both died at Nailsea in 1848. Ann Hurditch remarried to Abraham Brake 15 May 1842 at Lyncomb and Widcomb, SOM, buried 2 Mar 1871 at Nailsea.

6 Elizabeth Young born 19 Apr 1798, bapt 17 Jun 1798 at Nailsea, married her cousin, John Young, son of William Young and Mary Cottle, of Christchurch, Bristol on 1 Dec 1824 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church The witnesses were Harriet Newton, William Young and Abraham Brake. John was a linen draper in partnership with his brother James Young at Bridgwater, Somerset. It was said that Elizabeth died, then John remarried, had a child a year old, and was living at Nash's Cotton Manufactory in Castle St, Bristol about 1865.

6.1 Eliza Ann Young baptised 4 September 1824 at Bridgwater, unmarried.

7 John Evans Young born 7 May 1799, bapt 21 Jul 1799 Nailsea, Farmer of Nailsea married Mary Coombs (dau of Alexander Coombs and Christiana Hurditch bapt 4 Oct 1795 Nailsea) of Nailsea on 12 May 1823 at Nailsea Holy Trinity Church (witnesses Rachel Young, William, Alexander, James and Hester Coombs). John farmed at Whitchurch and then at Highfield House, Bitton. In 1838 he was living at Fieldgrove farm, Bitton. In 1851 they were managing a 250 acre farm, Sheep Court Farm, at Bonvilstone, Glamorgan Wales. In 1861 he farmed 23 acres at Nailsea, the Burdons were living with them. In 1865 John and Mary were living with their widowed daughter, Emma Burdon at Cleeve, Somerset. John died at Cleeve on 2 Feb 1869, and was buried at Cleeve. In 1854 an oil painting portrait of John was produced, 24 inches by 36, for his 55th birthday. Family legends are that he had slow horses and fast women. Also he is said to have written the Lords Prayer on a sixpence.
Children -

7.1. James Coombs Young baptised 7 June 1824 Nailsea , buried 9 October 1884 at Cleeve, married on 2 May 1866 at St Pauls, Bristol, to Elizabeth Andrews. Elizabeth was the daughter of Eliza and George Andrews, publican of the Rising Sun Hotel at Cleeve and was baptized at Cleeve on 17 July 1842 and died 12 December 1916 at Cleeve. After James death Elizabeth m2 Henry Binning. Roy Young has a scroll ‘James Young scripsit Mr Pocock’s Academy Bristol December 1836 Born May 1st 1823’ This may explain why his father did not put his children’s birth in the Family Bible.

In 1861 James was staying with his 1st cousin William Evans farmer at Congresbury, in 1871 James was a butcher at Yatton, and in 1881 James was a butter dealer at Cleeve. After James’ death Elizabeth moved to Stream Cross Farm in 1884 and then married Henry Binning, and after his death she lived at Henley Villa, Claverham, where she died on 28 December 1919 and is buried at Cleeve. Children.

7.1.1 Willie James Young born 1871 at Yatton, baptised 26 December 1871 at Cleeve, died 1959 Somerset, of Emley Farm Burrington who married in 1896 to Martha Batt. Martha was born in 1872 in Felton, Somerset, died in 1937. Willie Young went to Rose Farm Claverham in 1896 then to Bourne Burrington. 2 Children

Graham James Young born 1897 in Burrington, Somerset, died 1960.

Lillian Martha Young born 11 May 1902, died 1984, married in 1932 at Axbridge, Somerset, to Arthur John Amor. Arthur was born in 1899 in Frome, Somerset.

7.1.2 Sidney George Young born 1873 at Cleeve, Somerset, died 1968, of Bishops Farm Claverham who married in 1900 to Fanny Louisa Verrier. Sidney Young Rented Bishops Farm Claverham in 1898 and bought it in 1916. Sid and Ern Young had the first self-tying binder in the area c1908. 2 Children

Merson George Verrier Young born 30 October 1902, died 1980, married in 1927 at Axbridge, Somerset, to Ivy H Edwards

Harold James Young born 1906 in Long Ashton, Somerset, married Dorothy Adams.

7.1.3 Ernest Edward Young born in 1876 in Cleeve, Somerset, died in 1956 in Somerset, of Cottage Farm Claverham who married in 1908 to Sarah Elizabeth Burdge. Sarah was born in 1881 in Yatton, and died 16 December 1954 in Somerset. 5 Children

Ernest James (Jim) Young born 15 May 1912 in Somerset, married in 1937 to Mary Elizabeth Flint. Mary was born 17 April 1915 at Walsall, Staffs, and died in 1987 at Chippenham, Wilts. Jim and Allan Young had the first combine harvester in North Somerset 1942-43.

William Allan (Allan) Young born 1916,

Mary Young born 1920,

Doreen Young born 1922

Ruth Young born ?

7.1.4 Albert Andrews Young (1880-1946) of Blagdon Farm, Burtle who married in 1904 to Fanny Moxey. Fanny was born in 1881 in Wells, Somerset, died 20 April 1962. 3 Children

Marion (Marie) Young born 1905 died 1971 ,

Eric Thomas Young born 31 July 1914 died 1993 at Aberconwy, Gwynedd, Wales, married in 1936 at Chipping Sodbury, Glos, to Kathleen M Thompson,

Dennis Maxwell Young born 18 March 1916 died 1989.

7.2. Emma Young bapt 28 May 1826 at Nailsea, buried 18 July 1871 at Cleeve, married William Burdon, a schoolmaster. William died before Emma. The family still have a bound book of Emma's sheet music and an invitation to Miss Young dated 29 Nov 1847 to 'Tea and Quadrilles from the ladies of Bury House' on Friday 10th December.

7.2.1 Frederick William Burdon born 1860 at Nailsea, emigrated to New Zealand where he died about 1897. His estate of 1900 pounds was shared between his ten cousins. John Clark has a letter from FW Burdon at Heath Villa dated 9 Oct 1878 addressed to his uncle James Coombs Young in Cleeve, stating that he is leaving England tomorrow to sail to Lyttleton in New Zealand, and he expects to arrive in January 1879. He is going to work for P E Taylor at Buccluech Station, Ashburton Forks in Canterbury Province, a 20,000 acre sheep run. He was a farmer at Paraekareta, Taranaki, NZ in the 1890s.

8 Edward Young born 29 May 1801, baptised 21 June 1801 at Nailsea, farmer of Nailsea, married Sarah Evans about 1821. Sarah was a daughter of Richard Evans and Hannah Baker and was baptised 17 March 1799 at Nailsea. Edward farmed at Nailsea in 1822 and was said to have also farmed at Portishead, St Georges near Bristol. Sarah was living at Llangendeirne, Carmarthenshire in Wales, then buried 7 February 1860, age 61 at Nailsea, Edward died 10 October 1873 at Cappel Lanlluan, Parish Llanarthney, Llangyndeyn, County Carmarthen in Wales, and was buried on 17 October 1873 at Nailsea Holy Trinity. Solomon Cutler of Hallow Mount, Worcs, was the sole executor of his will and estate of 300 pounds. children -

8.1 Samuel Evans Young born 1 December 1822 Nailsea. He came out to Tasmania as a young man and married Margaret Walsh in 1844 in Launceston. Margaret was born 1 July 1817 in county Cork in Ireland, a convict according to their marriage certificate. She lived to be 101 and died at Digby, Vic, on 1 October 1918.

Samuel took up 160 acres of land at Dartmoor near Portland in 1870 and he was a storekeeper. He was also a councillor at Portland, Vic. He had property at Grassdale and Tahara.

Portland Guardian 16 September 1907. " Wills and Estates - Samuel Evans Young, late of Tahara, landowner and storekeeper, who died on July 17, under a will dated October 5, 1903, left estate valued for probate at 2,106 pounds including 2,060 pounds realty and 46 pounds personalty, to his widow and children."

Portland Guardian 2 July 1917 "A centenarian - Mrs Young, relict of the late Mr Samuel E Young, of Tahara, and the mother of Mr S E Young, of Honeysuckle Park, Grassdale, attained her hundredth birthday yesterday. Mrs Young was born in Cork, Ireland, in 1847 (misprint) , and has therefore lived under the sceptre of six sovereigns. She emigrated to Tasmania in 1841, when 24 years of age, and after a short sojourn came to the Portland district and eventually settled at Tahara." They had 2 sons -

8.1.1 Edward Evans Young born 1844 at Launceston, died 1919 at Malmsbury, Vic, married Alice Best 12 July 1876 at Branxholme and lived at Tahara. Alice was born 1 April 1847 at Branxholme daughter of Thomas Best and Alice McGuire, died 26 November 1923 at Hamilton. Beatrice Emily Blanche Young born 26 July 1882 at Branxholme, died 2 July 1916 at Colac, married 12 August 1902 at Merino, Vic, to Neil McDonald. Neil was born 11 March 1873 at Branxholme son of Malcolm McDonald and Colina McIntyre, and died 8 July 1941 at Hamilton. 3 children.
Olive Colina McDonald 1903-1959 married Frederich McAuley.
Beatrice McDonald 1904-1976 married Carl Miethke.
Thelma McDonald 1906-1992 married Patrick McMahon.

8.1.2 Samuel Evans Young born 1846 at Launceston, Tasmania, married Sarah Jane Sedgwick in 1873 in Portland, Vic, and died 12 March 1925 in Portland, Vic. Sarah was born in 1854 in Manchester, daughter of George Sedgwick and Elizabeth Hannah Lambert, and she died 29 April 1905. Samuel marred 2nd to Elizabeth Ann Povey in 1907, and she died 18 September 1923 at Hamilton. He owned Honeysuckle Park farm at Grassdale, west of Hamilton. They had 7 children who farmed various properties. Samuel Edward,Young born 1874 at Portland, died 1950, was a grazier at Honeysuckle Park, Grassdale, married Stella Ada Mary Heeps 30 April 1920 at Portland. Stella was born in 1882 at Moyston Vic, daughter of James Francis Heeps and Martha Hughes. John Henry Alfred Young born 1877at Digby, married in 1905 to Ernestine Mabel Harman, had property at Hotspur and Glenaulin. Mabel was born in 1877 in Dimboola Vic and died in 1955 in Hamilton Vic. A son Nelson Bruce Rees Young born 10 April 1916 at Hamilton Vic, died 22 August 2003 in Portland Vic, married in 1942 at Dunkeld Vic to Vera May McArthur. Vera was born 14 July 1919 at Hamilton, died 22 Jun 1945 at Hamilton. George Lambert Young born 1879 at Digby, Vic, died 1942 in Casterton, Vic, married Ellen Jane Lane in 1910 Vic, was a grazier at Wando Vale, was also a councillor at Portland. Ellen was born 29 Jan 1889 at Camperdown Vic, and died 1974 in Camberwell. Diane Mosely's mother Marna is the eldest daughter of George Lambert Young. Francis Russell Young born 1881 at Digby, died 19 August 1976 at Hamilton, had property at Hotspur 1932, married Margaret Mary Gleeson. Margaret born 1881 daughter of Thomas Gleeson and Hannah Mountford Johnson, died 1 October 1918, buried at Branxholme. Sydney Leslie Young born 1884 at Digby, died 1950 Vic, married Agnes Mary Munro, was a grazier at Honeysuckle Park, Grassdale. William Sedgwick Young born 1886 at Digby, died 1954 at Portland, married Laura Mary Maud Margaret Neave in 1914 Vic. Laura was born 1886 Vic, daughter of Robert Neave and Catherine McCahill. William had property at Grassdale 1927.. Vera May Young born 1890 at Digby Vic, married in 1919 Vic to Thomas Joseph Gleeson, son of Thomas Gleeson and Hannah Mountford Johnson..

8.2 Rachel Young baptised 7 Mar 1824 Nailsea, married in 1849 at Keynsham to Richard Ferris. Richard was baptised 20 November 1814 at Christian Malford, Wiltshire. They farmed 107 acres at Glyntay, Llandebie, Camarthen in 1861. No issue. In 1871 a niece Sarah A Young age 3 born at Lackenby Yorks was staying with them (dau of Edward 8.3) at Llandebie. Richard died 27 May 1875 at Carmarthen.

8.3 Edward Young born 7 Apr 1825 bapt 3 Sep1827 at Tickenham, married 1847 Bristol to Louisa Bees, widow, born 1824 at Marksbury, Somerset. In 1861 they were at Lackenby Yorks, children Kate L b 1851 Bristol, Emily b 1853 Birmingham, Edward R b 1855 Birmingham (married Annie Thomas), Sarah A b 1868 New Lackenby, Charlotte H b 1871 New Lackenby, Lucy A b1866 Lackenby, John W born 1869 Lackenby.

8.4 Sarah Young b 1829 St Georges Somerset married in 1847 at Bristol to Robert Henery Emmett Harford. Robert was born 1826 at St Georges and died 8 Dec 1887 at Pill St George. He was a gardener at St Georges (Easton-in-Gordano) in 1851 and a butcher at Pill St George in 1861, a farmer of 17 acres at St Georges in 1871, Sarah was widowed there in 1891, still there in 1901. No issue.

8.5 Harriet Young b 1830 St Georges Somerset married in 1850 at Keynsham to Alfred Lane born 1822 at Charlecombe, Bath, Somerset. In 1861 Alfred farmed 267 acres at Llannon, Carmarthen, in 1871 he was a gardener at Swansea, Glamorgan, in 1881Harriet was a married farmers wife of 66 acres at Llwyn Mawr Farm, Swansea, Alfred was elsewhere. children

8.5.1 Alfred Edward Lane born 1852 Charlecombe, Som, married Emily Hester Meredith b1853 and they lived at Swansea. children Charles H Lane b1881 Swansea, Edward Meredith Lane b1885 Swansea.

8.5.2 Sarah Ann Harriet Lane born 1854 Charlecombe,

8.5.3 John James Lane born 1856.

8.6 Hannah Young b 1831 b St Georges Somerset was visiting Isaac and Elizabeth Ferris at Batch Farm Saltford 1851. She married a Mr Toner, painter, had 2 children William Toner b 1862 Swansea, and James Toner b 1864 Llandeilo-Talybont, then she was widowed and in 1871 she was staying with William and Annie Griffiths at the pub in Llandeilo-Talybont, and their daughter Elizabeth Young who was married to her brother Robert at no 8.10 below.

8.7 John Young b1834 b St Georges Somerset was visiting Isaac and Elizabeth Ferris at Batch Farm Saltford 1851, married Sarah M ... about 1876 and he was the innkeeper at the Elephant and Castle Inn at Bloxham, Oxfordshire in 1881, 2 children John E Young 1877 and Robert H Young 1879

8.8 Mercy Matilda Young 1835-38 died at St Georges, Bristol.

8.9 Emily Young b1836 at St Georges Somerset visiting Isaac and Elizabeth Ferris at Batch Farm Saltford 1851, had a son Howard Griffiths Young born 1873 in Carmarthen, Wales. In 1901 Howard had married in 1895 to Annie Letitia Davies at Llandovery, and had taken over from his uncle as grocer and draper at Llannon.

8.10 Robert Young b1839 at St Georges Somerset married Elizabeth Griffiths at Swansea in March 1867.

In 1871 he was a boarder with his sister Harriet Lane and husband Alfred at Swansea.

In 1881 he was a farmer of 131 acres at Capel Lanlluan, Llanarthney, Carmarthen, with children Sarah Ann Young b 1867 Llandeilo-Talybont, Glamorgan, William E Young b 1869 Llandeilo-Talybont, Glamorgan, Robert A Young born 1871 Llandeilo-Talybont, Glamorgan, John James Young b 1874 Carmarthen, Elizabeth Mary M Young b 1876 Llanarthney, Carmarthen, also mother inlaw Annie Griffiths 77 retired publican, nephew John W Young b 1869 in Yorks, nephew James A Tonner born 1865 Llandeilo-Talybont, Glamorgan, and John James Lane visitor born 1856.

8.11 William Henry Young b1843 at St Georges, visiting Saltford in 1851, unmarried grocer at Llannon, Carmarthen in 1881 with his sister Emily Young, unmarried, and her son Howard Griffiths Young 8 born Llanarthney, in 1891 he was a grocer at Melborne House, Llannon, Carmarthen with his sister Emily

9 Rachael Young born 30 April 1803 at Nailsea married John Newton, son of George Newton and Martha Barrow, farmer and merchant at Nailsea and Long Ashton, on 15 Nov 1823 at St Philip and Jacob, Bristol. They came to Melbourne, Australia, on the ship Condor in 1851.

10. James Young born 13 June 1806, bapt 6 Jul 1806 at Nailsea, and died 21 Oct1811 Nailsea.


From the book Miscellaneous Particulars Respecting the Descendants of Aaron Young of Swanswick near Bath by Martin Young published May 1872. One section refers to John Young of Nailsea 1762-1824.

John (eldest son of John Young who died at Camerton), settled as a farmer at Nailsea, in Somersetshire. He left in that neighbourhood a widow and family of about ten children whose names and subsequent residences were nearly as follows -

1st, William, who lost his sight, and about the year 1830 was living at Winterbourne, Gloucestershire.

2nd, Sarah, who married a Mr Evans, and after his decease married again and lived at Congresbury, Somersetshire.

3rd, Mary, who married a Mr Jennings at Nailsea.

4th, Hannah, who was married, at Nailsea, to a Mr Hardwick, a wealthy farmer, who subsequently spent his estate and died in great poverty. (Hannah actually married Robert Newton and then Abraham Brake).

5th, John, who married Miss Coombes, of the neighbourhood of Nailsea. He afterwards lived at Highfield House, Bitton, and thence removed to Whitchurch, near Bristol. In 1865, he was residing with his wife, his widowed daughter, Mrs Burton (Burdon), and her child, a boy of about seven years old, at Cleeve, near Nailsea. His only son was at that time managing a farm in Wales. Since then I have heard that John Young's death took place at Cleeve, on February 2nd, 1869.

6th, Edward, a farmer, at Portishead, St George's, near Bristol.

7th, Rachel, who married a Mr Newton, builder, of Nailsea.

8th, Elizabeth, who married her cousin, Mr John Young, linen-draper, of Bridgewater, Somersetshire.

9th, a daughter, name not remembered.

10th, a daughter, name not remembered.

Most of these have descendants, whose names and residences I cannot give for want of sufficient information. One of the daughters married a Mr Brake, and after his death married again to a Mr Hurditch.

The John Young mentioned above, who married his cousin Elizabeth, was the son of William Young and Mary Cottle. John and Elizabeth had one daughter, who died unmarried. John married a second time, and in 1865 he was living with his wife and a child about a year old at Nash's Cotton Manufactory, in Castle

Note (sister of John, I think) Mary Young “of Clevedon” married William Griffin of Clevedon at St Andrews, Clevedon on 26 Mar 1799 and then after her husband’s death she married William Kiddell of Tickenham at St Andrews, Clevedon 17 Jun 1811.


The Young Family Bible;

William Young son of Mary Young was born ( no date )

Sarah Young was born April 24th 1789. Died January 22nd

Mary Young was born November 18th 1781

Hannah Young was born March 6th 1794

Ann Young was born July 19th 1796

Elizabeth Young was born April 19th 1798

John Young was born May 7th 1799

Edward Young was born May 29th 1801

Ratchel Young was born April 30th 1803

James Young was born June 13th 1806

James Young died October 17th 1811 - Aged 5 years and 4 months

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