Children of John and Mary Atkinson

01. Ruth Atkinson

cal 1722 b. TNA: PRO RG 6/1075, /1082
1781-04-03 d. Sedbergh MM
1781-04-06 bur. Brigflats fbg


02. Elizabeth Atkinson

 

cal 1724 b. TNA: PRO RG 6/761
1752 housekeeper to Thomas Thistlethwaite (later her father-in-law); with the family, fled from Harborgill at the time of the avalanche in Dent; Thomas Thistlethwaite's account is reproduced by Bernard Thistlethwaite Bernard Thistlethwaite (1910) The Thistlethwaite Family. A Study in Genealogy, privately printed
1754-01-02 m. Timothy Thistlethwaite (1725–1766, b. Harborgill, Dent, Yorkshire, s. of William and Alice (Mason) Thistlethwaite), at Leayeat fmh, Dent PRO RG 6/1246, /1547
Children: William (1755–1767), Alice (1757–1795, John (1758–1836), and Mary (1761–1841), all b. Harborgill, Dent RG 6/1246, /1547; Annual Monitor
1801-03-04 d. Sedbergh MM RG 6/761
1801-03-05 bur. Leayet in Dent, Yorkshire


03. John Atkinson

1724-04-02 b. Stockton, Durham TNA: PRO RG 6/229, /1013
1756-12-28 of Norton, Durham; m. Rose Walker (cal 1734 – 1800, of Norton), at Norton PRO RG 6/1013; Newcastle Courant, 1800-12-06
Children: Thomas (1757–1821), John (1758–1775), Joseph (1760–1847), Mary (1763–1813), Elizabeth (1765–1820), Sarah (1767–1808), Benjamin (1770–1855), John (1775 – ?), and William (1775 – after 1805), all b. Norton or Stockton RG 6/778, /997, /1013; Annual Monitor; digest of Durham Quaker burials; index; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust
1763-04-24 joyner, of Stockton RG 6/997
1767-12-19 carpinter, of Stockton
1770-07-24 ship-carpinter, of Stockton
1775-06-09 shipwright, of Stockton
1794-09-15 of Stockton RG 6/510, /965
1799-05-14 patten-maker, of Stockton; made his will; left to his wife "the freehold house in Stockton aforesaid in which I now reside with the shop buildings garden and appurtenances to the same belonging"; after her decease, the same to his son Benjamin; also two copyhold closes in Stockton, "late the estate of Peter Cockfield deceased with the appurtenances unto and to the use of John Chipchase of Stockton aforesaid schoolmaster" and his sons Joseph, Benjamin, and William, in trust, from which to pay an annuity of £20 for life to his sister Mary; all his trade goods, tools and utensils to his son Benjamin; all plate, china, linen, and household furniture to his wife for life, to be sold after her death and £300 applied for the support of his son Thomas; residue in trust for his wife, and after he death for sons Joseph, Benjamin, and William, and daughters Mary (wife of William Smee of London), Elizabeth, and Sarah (wife of Joseph Mason of Bishop Auckland); Thomas to live with his mother, or after her death to be placed in the care of someone appointed by the trustees; John Chipchase and Benjamin Atkinson appointed executors Durham wills
1800-11-29 turner, of Stockton, at the date of his wife's death there Newcastle Courant, 1800-12-06
1800-12-02 patten maker, of Stockton RG 6/777
1808-02-15 of Stockton on Tees; d. RG 6/47, /777
1808-02-19 bur. Norton fbg, Durham
1808-03-08 will proved at Stockton Durham wills


04. Mary Atkinson


05. Margery Atkinson

 

1725/6-02-21 b. Stockton, Durham TNA: PRO RG 6/229
1806-11-09 of Stockton on Tees; d. PRO RG 6/47, /777
1806-11-11 bur. Norton, Durham


06. Nicholas Atkinson

1728-07-11 b. Stockton, Durham TNA: PRO RG 6/229
  m. Ann ____ (? – ?) PRO RG 6/997, /1013
Children: Ann (1762–1771, b. Hawks Ness) and Elizabeth (1765–1799, b. Stockton) RG 6/500, /965, /997, /1013, /1107, /1286, /1287, /1531, /1564, /1614
1765-06-13 farmer, of Stockton RG 6/997
1771-01-13 husbandman, of Plaistow RG 6/500, /1107
1786-07-07 of Plaistow, Westham, Essex, member of Barking meeting; d. RG 6/600
  bur. Barking fbg


07. Sarah Atkinson

 

1730-06-06 b. Stockton, Durham TNA: PRO RG 6/229


08. Joseph Atkinson

 

1732-07-06 b. Darlington MM TNA: PRO RG 6/229
1785-03-02 of Stewardston, Waltham Abbey, Essex; m. Mary Davy (1733 – ?, née Garrod, d. of Daniel and Mary (Richardson) Garrod), at Theydon Garnon, Essex PRO RG 6/506, /965, /1213
1790-01-06 farmer, of Sewardstone, Waltham Abbey, Essex; d. RG 6/1168D, /1369
1790-01-14 bur. Barking fbg


09. Edward Atkinson

1735-05-16 b. Kilburn, near Thirsk, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/229
1764-08-21 farmer, of Plaistow, Essex; m. Sarah Howell (1730–1801, d. of Abraham and Elizabeth Howell, of Manchester), at Plaistow PRO RG 6/422, /495, /954, /1095, /1392
1765-06-27 farmer RG 6/329
Children: Elizabeth (1765–1797), John (1768–1820), Joseph (1769–1791), Sarah (1771–1799), and Edward (1773 – ?), all b. Plaistow RG 6/47, /329, /416, /422, /600, /651, /776, /958, /1095, /1168D
1768 farmer, of Plaistow RG 6/329, /1095
1769/1773 of Plaistow
1771
1773
1774-10-21 bur. Kendal, Westmorland RG 6/1246


10. Thomas Atkinson

 

1737-04-29 b. Kilburn, near Thirsk, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/229
1767-05-19 cooper, of Stratford, West Ham, Essex; m. Rachel Mason (1745–1825, d. of George and Jane Mason), at Plaistow, West Ham PRO RG 6/47, /778, /1092, /1095, /1283; digest of Durham Quaker burials; index
Children: Jane (1768–1796), John (1769–1820), Mary (1770 – after 1795), Rachel (1771–1785), George (1773–1773), Benjamin (1774–1821), Sarah (1776–1793), George Bakewell (1777–1791), Thomas (1779–1780), all b. Stratford, West Ham RG 6/329, /416, /500, /538, /599, /600, /670, /804, /958, /966, /971, /973, /1095, /1157, /1168C, /1168D, /1369, /1630
1768-01-30 cooper, of Stratford RG 6/329, /1095
1769-01-29 of Stratford
1770-08-17
1773-06-06
1774-06-03 RG 6/1095
1777-11-08 cooper RG 6/1630
1782-02-15 of Stratford, Essex; d. digest of London & Middlesex Quaker burials: index; digest of Durham Quaker burials; index
1782-02-24 bur. Barking, Essex Annual Monitor; digest of Durham Quaker burials; index


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