Benjamin Butcher

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Personal and Family Information

Benjamin was born before 11 JUN 1780 in Buckinghamshire, the son of James Butcher and Sarah.[Note 1]

He died in 1852. The place is not known.[Notes 2, 3]

He had two marriages/partners. His first wife was Anne Elkington, whom he married on 12 OCT 1799 in Padbury, Buckinghamshire. Their four known children were James (<1801-<1876), Elizabeth (<1803->1832), Ann (<1806->1828) and Mary (<1806-?).

His second wife was Elizabeth Gibbard, whom he married on 26 MAR 1815 in Tingewick, Buckinghamshire. Their seven known children were John (<1816-<1872), Sarah (<1818->1852), Ruth (c1821-1898), Benjamin (<1823-<1824), Lucretia (<1825-<1856), Henrietta (<1828-?) and Benjamin (1830-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Benjamin Butcher
(<1780-1852)

 

James Butcher
(<1760-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Sarah
(<1760-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthBEF 11 JUN 1780
Place: Buckinghamshire
1841 census of Tingewick
Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury

See Note 1
Death1852
FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
Source: FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
Authors: Buckinghamshire Family History Society

See Note 2
See Note 3
Christening11 JUN 1780
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: Christening
Tingewick baptisms 1760-1811
Source: Tingewick baptisms 1760-1811
Authors: tr. SKF
Publisher: photocopies from Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

See Note 4
Census1841
Place: Tingewick, Buckinghamshire
Type: Census
1841 census of Tingewick
Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury

See Note 5

Notes

Note 1

Date calculated from Christening

Note 2

from 1852 to 1861

Note 3

15 March 1852 by banns at Tingewick

Benjamin X BUTCHER of full age bach Labourer of Tingewick son of

Benjamin Butcher, Labourer; & Elizabeth BARN(E)S of full age spin

of Finmere, [Oxfordshire] dau. of Thomas Barnes, Labourer.

Witnesses: Benjamin X Butcher, Ann Maria Dillow.

Note 4

1780 Benjamin Son of James & Sarah Butcher Jun 11

Note 5

ADDRESS FOLIO SNUM Same ORDNUM SURNAME FIRNAME yob AGENUM AGE SEX OCCUP BornInCounty BornSIF

21a 196 No 1 Butcher Benjamin 1777- 1781 60 M Ag Lab Yes

21a 196 No 2 Butcher Elizabeth 1787- 1791 50 F Yes

21a 196 No 3 Butcher John 1817- 1821 20 M <ag lab> Yes

21a 196 No 4 Butcher Sarah 1817- 1821 20 F Lacemaker Yes

21a 196 No 5 Butcher Ruth 1817- 1821 20 F Lacemaker Yes

21a 196 No 6 Butcher Lucretia 1822- 1826 15 F Yes

21a 196 No 7 Butcher Enavreta 1829 12 F Yes

21a 196 No 8 Butcher Benjamin 1831 10 M Yes

21a 196a Yes 1 Barrett Jonathan 1836 5 M No

21a 196a Yes 2 Terry Mary 1767- 1771 70 F <pauper> Yes

21a 196a Yes 3 Smith Elizabeth 1812- 1816 25 F Lacemaker Yes

Sources

  1. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury
  2. FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
    Source: FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
    Authors: Buckinghamshire Family History Society
  3. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury
  4. Tingewick baptisms 1760-1811
    Source: Tingewick baptisms 1760-1811
    Authors: tr. SKF
    Publisher: photocopies from Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies
  5. Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Source: Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)
    Authors: tr. SKF
  6. 1841 census of Tingewick
    Source: 1841 census of Tingewick
    Authors: Enumerated 6/7th June 1841: tr. SKF Jan 2003
    Publisher: photocopies supplied by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury