|c. 1783-06||b.||TNA: PRO RG 4/2729|
|1789-02-26||d. aged 5 yrs 8 months||PRO RG 4/2729|
|1789-03-02||bur. Horsham General Baptist meeting house||RG 4/2729; Leonard J. Maguire (1981) Records of the General Baptist Meeting House (now Unitarian), Horsham, Sussex, Vol. I, privately published|
|1785-10-22||b. Warnham, Sussex; in register of Horsham General Baptist church||East Sussex RO baptism index; TNA: PRO HO 107/1097/3 f29 p7 suggests cal 1788; PRO HO 107/1648 f320 p13 suggests cal 1787, Loxwood, Sussex|
|1812-01-15||m. Richard Moase (cal 1788 – 1859, farmer and bailiff), at Warnham||FamilySearch; will; censuses|
|1816-01-12||had already been given £500 by her father; this was to be taken as part of her share of her father's estate||PROB 11/1576 copy will|
|1820-12-01||a witness of Hannah Pollard’s will||PRO PROB 11/1646 A.419|
|1832||of Lindfield, Sussex, farmer; Richard Moase named as co-executor and trustee of James Pollard’s will||PROB 11/2138|
|1840-07-16||Richard Moase made will; Richard yeoman of Lindfield; left all to Sarah; James Pollard sole executor||will|
|1841||resident with his sister at Park Farm, Horsham||HO 107/1097/3 f29 p7|
|1851||farmer's bailiff's wife, of Pondtail Lane, Horsham, living with his niece||HO 107/1648 f320 p13|
|1859-05-09||Richard Moase’s letters of administration, with will annexed, granted to Sarah Moase of Horsham, widow relict and universal legatee named in the will. Richard Moase formerly of Lindfield and late of Horsham Yeoman||National Probate Calendar|
|1861-01-04||of Horsham; d. there aged 74; buried at Horsham General Baptist meeting house||National Probate Calendar; Leonard J. Maguire (1981) Records of the General Baptist Meeting House (now Unitarian), Horsham, Sussex, Vol. I, privately published|
|1861-01-25||will proved at Chichester by Benjamin Potter and Robert Rowland, executors; effects under £1000||National Probate Calendar|
SARAH MOASE, Deceased.
PURSUANT to an Act of Parliament, passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the Reign of her present Majesty, entituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," Notices is hereby given, that all Creditors and other persons having any claim or demand on or against the Estate of SARAH MOASE, late of Horsham in the County of Sussex, Widow, who was the Administratrix with the Will annexed of RICHARD MOASE, formerly of Lindfield and late of Horsham, in the County of Sussex, Yeoman, and who died on the fourth day of January last, are hereby required to send the particulars of their claims, on or before the seventh day of September next, to BENJAMIN POTTER, of Horsham aforesaid, Miller, and ROBERT ROWLAND, the younger, of Horsham aforesaid, Farmer, the Executors of the Will of the said SARAH MOASE, deceased.
And Notice is hereby further given, that after the said seventh day of September next, the said Executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said SARAH MOASE, deceased, among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have had notice, and that the said Executors will not be liable to any person of whose claim they shall not have had notice. Dated the eighth day of August, 1861.
Solicitor to the Executors.
|Sussex Agricultural Express, 1861-08-10|
|1787-06-16||b. Warnham, Sussex; in register of Horsham General Baptist meeting house||TNA: PRO RG 4/2729; East Sussex RO baptism index|
|1787-08-07||bur. Horsham General Baptist; name not given, described merely as "An Infant of Richd Bourn’s"|
|1788-08-02||b. Horsham General Baptist; parents of Warnham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 4/2729|
|1810-03-20||d. Horsham General Baptist; aged 21; parents of Warnham|
bur. Horsham General Baptist meeting house
|c. 1792||b. Warnham, Sussex||FamilySearch; censuses; Ancestors of Mary Bourn|
|1813-02-15||obtained Archdeaconry of Chichester marriage licence||Ancestors of Mary Bourn|
|1813-02-17||m. Richard Harding (1794–1875, carpenter, of Warnham; s. of Richard and Sarah Harding), at St Margaret's, Warnham||FamilySearch; PRO PROB 11/1576 copy will; Ancestors of Mary Bourn; Ancestors of Richard Harding|
|1816-01-12||under her father's will, she inherited, jointly with her sister Susanna Bourn, as tenants in common, "All that my Messuage Buildings Malthouse Garden Orchard Croft of Land and Premises called [Gwyers?] situate lying and being in Billinghurst aforesaid and now in the occupation of Stephen Knight"; as well as an equal share with her siblings of the residue of her father's property, apart from that given to his wife.||PROB 11/1576 copy will|
|Children:||Henry (1819–1880), William (cal 1822 – 1868), Frederick (1824–1879), Richard (1825–1909), Annis (1827–1886), Agnes (1830–1854), Alice (1834–1904)||censuses; GRO index; Ancestors of William Harding|
|1841||living with her husband, seven children, and a female servant at the Shelley Arms, Horsham, Sussex||HO 107/1 f26 p5|
|1851||living with her husband, three children, and a servant (also named Bourne) at Fraters, Horsham||HO 107/1648 f188 p21|
|1861||farmers wife, living with her husband, daughter, and two servants at Shelleys Farm, Horsham||RG 9/608 f12 p18|
PRATER'S FARM, TOWER HILL, NEAR TO THE TOWN OF HORSHAM.—Valuable Live Stock, Furniture and Effects.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY
MESSRS. HUNT & SON,
On Thursday, the 26th September, 1867, commencing at 12 o'clock, by direction of Mr Richard Harding, quitting
COMPRISING a team of four excellent young cart horses, sound and good workers, a fat steer and heifer, five lusty two-year-off steers, 12 prime yearlings, two good Sussex cows, wean years, six fat hogs.
All the excellent IMPLEMENTS and Tackling, including broad and narrow wheel waggons, carts, half-swing and other ploughs, Bental's broadshare, harrows, rollers, sheep rack and cages, wattles, turnip cutters, oil cake breakers, and the usual minor tools, good cider press and apple mill.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of bedsteads, four prime feather beds, chests of drawers, washstands, tables, chairs, &c., handsome long oak table, and forms, good mahogany dining and other tables, barometer, single barrel gun, usual kitchen and brewing and dairy utensils, prime pickled pork, a number of sweet casks.
Catalogues upon application.
|Sussex Agricultural Express, 1867-09-14|
|1871||living with her husband and daughter at New Street, North Horsham||RG 10/1097 f103 p23|
|1872-09-17||d. Warnham, West Sussex||GRO index; Ancestors of Mary Bourn|
|bur. St Margaret, Warnham
Double Headstone & footnotes
|Ancestors of Mary Bourn|
|cal 1794||b. Warnham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 9/613 f55 p3|
|1816-01-12||inherited from his father "All that my Messuage Barn Buildings Farm and Lands called Little Rowfold containing by Estimation twenty Acres more or less situate lying and being in the Parish of Billingshurst in the County of Sussex and now in the tenure or occupation of S[...] Wadey"; and "the Lease of the Farm which I now hold and occupy under Sir Bysshe Shelley Baronet in the Parish of Warnham aforesaid upon condition that he take the Stock Crops and Husbandry Tackle of and belonging to the same Farm and also of and belonging to my Farm called Rowfold at a fair Valuation . . ."||PRO PROB 11/1576 copy will|
|1816-04-18||m. Mary Holland (c. 1795 – 1869, b. Itchingfield, Sussex), at Warnham||FamilySearch; PRO RG 9/613 f55 p3|
|Children:||Stephen (cal 1817 – 1828), Ann (cal 1818 – 1827), Eliza (cal 1822 – after 1851), John (cal 1824 – 1828), Richard (cal 1826 – after 1841), Frederick (cal 1834 – 1844), Agnes (cal 1836 – 1902), Walter (c. 1837 – 1904)||PRO HO 107/1096/2 f13 p3; HO 107/1650 f188 p3; RG 4/2729; National Probate Calendar|
|1835-12-23||one lot for sale by auction at the Sussex Oak, Warnham, was: "Lot 2---A freehold house in three tenements with piggeries, wood house and garden near the Guildford turnpike Road at Broadbridge Heath in the occupations of Stephen Bourne, James Knight and John Penfold, at rent of £16 10s per annum."||Horsham Posters; Sussex Advertiser, 1835-12-14|
|1841||ag. lab., living with his wife and four children at Broadbridge Heath, Sullington, Sussex||HO 107/1096/2 f13 p3|
|1851||catch [cattle?] dealer, living with his wife and daughter at Broadbridge Heath, Sullington||HO 107/1650 f188 p3|
|1855||farmer||entry for daughter's marriage, parish register of St Benet's Gracechurch, London|
|1861||retired farmer, living with his wife and probable son and daughter-in-law at Broadbridge Heath, Sullington||RG 9/613 f55 p3|
|1865 Q3||d. Horsham RD||GRO index|
|cal 1795/6||b. Horsham, Sussex||TNA: PRO RG 10/677 f51 p11; parish register|
|1816-01-12||inherited from his father "All that my Messuage Barn Buildings Farm Lands and Premises called Smithaw containing by Estimation thirteen Acres more or less situate lying and being in the Parish of Slinfold in the said County of Sussex and now in my own occupation" subject to an annual rent charge of £20 and the payment of £10 annually to his [Richard's] wife Mary for the term of her life; and "the Stock Crops and Husbandry Tackle on the said Farm called Smithaw . . ." at a fair valuation||PRO PROB 11/1576 copy will|
|1818-11-26||m. Ann Mills (d. of Edward Mills), at Horsham||FamilySearch; PRO RG 10/677 f51 p11|
|Children:||William (1819 – ?), Walter (1821 – ?), Elizabeth (1823 – ?), Edward (1825 – ?), Ann (1829 – 1891/1901), Peter (1832 – ?), Emily (? – 1836)||PRO RG 4/2729; censuses|
|1819/1836||of Warnham, Sussex||RG 4/2729|
|1841||not found in census|
|1871||widower, infirm, living with his son Edward's family, son Walter, and two other journeyman bakers at 13 Clarendon Place, Kennington, Lambeth, London||RG 10/677 f51 pp11-12|
|1874 Q4||d. Horsham RD||GRO index|
|1874-12-18||of Spring Field, Colgate, Sussex; bur. Colgate||parish register|
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