Sarah Wakefield

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Personal and Family Information

Sarah was born before 10 JUN 1764, the daughter of Thomas Wakefield and Hannah Hopkins. The place is not known.[Note 1]

She died on 21 JAN 1838 in Worton, Oxfordshire.

Her husband was John Pritchett, whom she married in ABT 1796 in Cassington, Oxfordshire. Their four known children were Mary (<1779-?), Hannah (<1797-<1883), Sarah (<1801-<1872) and Jane (c1806->1806).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Sarah Wakefield
(<1764-1838)

 

Thomas Wakefield
(<1726-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Hannah Hopkins
(<1726-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthBEF 10 JUN 1764
See Note 1
Death21 JAN 1838
Place: Worton, Oxfordshire
Christening10 JUN 1764
Place: Chesterton, Oxfordshire
Type: Christening
Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
Source: Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
Authors: Norman Rogers-Jones
Publisher: email to SKF Sept 04 / Tingewick e-list

See Note 2
Burial21 JAN 1838
Place: Cassington, Oxfordshire
Type: Burial
Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
Source: Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
Authors: Norman Rogers-Jones
Publisher: email to SKF Sept 04 / Tingewick e-list

See Note 3
Residence
Place: Chesterton, Oxfordshire
Type: Residence
Read & Harvey research
Source: Read & Harvey research
Authors: Jayne McHugh
Publisher: Jayne

See Note 4

Notes

Note 1

Date calculated from Christening

Note 2

10. 06. 1764

at Chesterton, Oxfordshire

Note 3

B 21. 01. 1838

St Peter`s Church, Cassington, Oxon

Note 4

1. Hannah had four sisters and no brothers.

2. Hannah was the eldest born abt 1797, then Mary abt 1799, Sarah abt

1801 and Jean abt 1806 who died later that year.

3. Hannah's parents were John PRITCHETT and Sara WAKEFIELD (of

Chesterton) who were married abt 1796 in Cassington. Sarah died 21 Jan 1838

aged 73 at Worton. John died 3 Jul 1841 aged 73 at Worton.

4. John was listed in the Worton 1841 census aged 70 so his actual age is

of debate here.

Sources

  1. Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
    Source: Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
    Authors: Norman Rogers-Jones
    Publisher: email to SKF Sept 04 / Tingewick e-list
  2. Read & Harvey research
    Source: Read & Harvey research
    Authors: Jayne McHugh
    Publisher: Jayne
  3. Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
    Source: Harvey research by Norman Rogers-Jones
    Authors: Norman Rogers-Jones
    Publisher: email to SKF Sept 04 / Tingewick e-list
  4. Read & Harvey research
    Source: Read & Harvey research
    Authors: Jayne McHugh
    Publisher: Jayne