Child of Thomas and Jane Hadwen

01. Alice Hadwen

 


Children of Thomas and Elinor Hadwen

01. Isaac Hadwen

1687-08-22 b. Burton, Westmorland TNA: PRO RG 6/1016, /1616A
1701/1708 probably apprenticed to John Ogden of Askrigg, Yorkshire, or possibly to his brother-in-law Thomas Savage of Clifton, Westmoreland British Museum
1714-07-08 clockmaker, of Side, Sedbergh, Yorkshire; m. Sarah Moore (? ?, d. of John and Sarah Moore, of Eldroth, Clapham, Yorkshire), at Settle fmh, Giggleswick, Yorkshire PRO RG 6/1116
1714/1722 clocks by him, mostly 30 hour, working in Sedbergh, are signed at Sedbergh, Kendal, and Gaille British Museum
Children: Thomas (17151744), Eleanor (1716 ?), Sarah (17201722), all b. Sedbergh MM; John (17221723), Isaac (17231767), Joseph (17251807), Benjamin (1727 after 1751), and Ann (17281806), all b. Kendal MM RG 6/1005, /1246, /1285, /1420, /1543, /1564, /1616A; Brian Loomes (2013) 'Isaac Hadwen's time in Sedbergh'; "England Marriages, 15381973," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, Benjamin Hadwen and Mariana Bailif, 15 Aug 1751, citing Kendal, Westmoreland,  reference yrs 1740-1759, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 97,375
1718/19 made the first of two trips to America British Museum
1722/1737 working in Kendal
1727 took an apprentice Isaac Bispham, who later married his eldest daughter Eleanor
1729 clockmaker, of Kirby, Westmorland; took an apprentice William Clark, of Lambrigg country apprentices
1733-04-11 clockmaker, of Kendal; took on Fryer Ryder, of Manchester, as an apprentice Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures
1736/7-03-16 of "Over Gail (Gale, Gaille, Gayle) in the parish of Tunstall, Lancashire", an estate probably left by John Moore to Isaac's wife Sarah will, cited at British Museum
1737-03-24 clockmaker, of Over Gail Tunstall; will proved in the Deanery of Lonsdale, Archdeaconry of Richmond Lancashire wills and probate
1737-07-29 of Gaile; d. of a sudden fever, on a visit in Chester, Delaware (his second visit to America) RG 6/1116; Loomes (2013); British Museum
1737-07-30 bur. RG 6/1116
  a much fuller biography, with details (and photos) of his clocks, is to be found in Brian Loomes (2013) 'Isaac Hadwen's time in Sedbergh', first published in Clocks Magazine; a full bibliography is to be found at British Museum  


02. Joseph Hadwen

1689/90-02-19 b. Burton in Kendall, Westmorland TNA: PRO RG 6/1016, /1616A
1689/90-02-22 bur. Hilderstone, Lancashire PRO RG 6/1004, /1016, /1616A


03. Mary Hadwen

1689/90-02-19 b. Burton, Westmorland TNA: PRO RG 6/1016, /1616A
1712-09-18 m. Jonah Boak (? 1766), at Sedbergh, Yorkshire PRO RG 6/1118, /1246
Children: John (cal 1710 1801), Hannah (? 1743), and Elizabeth (? 1760) RG 6/1118, /1143, /1246, /1282; "England Deaths and Burials, 15381991," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, Elizabeth Stewardson, burial 09 Mar 1760, citing Shap, Westmoreland, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 1,471,809
1750-01-11 bur. Newbyhead fbg, Westmorland RG 6/1118, /1246


04. Hannah Hadwen

1693-05-21 b. Frostraw, Westmorland TNA: PRO RG 6/1246
1715-05-03 of Side, Sedbergh, Yorkshire; m. Richard Kilner (? 1747, weaver, of Stramongate, in Kirby Kendal, Westmorland, son of Lawrence and Elizabeth Kilner), at Brigflats fmh, Sedbergh PRO RG 6/1235, /1246, /1543
Children: Thomas (1715 ?), Richard (17171717), Hannah (1720 ?), John (1722 ?), Elizabeth (17241729), Eleanor (17291790), and Isaac (17301787), all b. Kendal RG 6/1068, /1075, /1078, /1246, /1543
1758-06-11 of Kendal; bur. Kendal MM RG 6/1246, /1543


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