GSSAThe 1820 Settler Correspondence
 as preserved in the National Archives, Kew
 and edited by Sue Mackay

Additonal Information

This is pre 1820 information mainly taken from actual images of parish registers held at the London Metropolitan Archives, Westminster Archives, West Yorkshire Archives, Manchester Central Library, non-conformist registers at the National Archives at Kew (RG4), online parish registers at CityArk or from original images at Family Search. I have also included some information from original images of Scottish old parish registers and English parish records which I have personally researched. Where reference is made to the London Gazette, the full version can be downloaded from http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/

Sue Mackay

HOGSFLESH, James - Extra Data

 

(member of SEPHTON's Party)

 

Death Notice (Cape Archives)

Born in Kensington, Middlesex. Son of Nicholas and Alice HOGSFLESH

 

Surrey History Centre

 

Grandparents:

Nicholas HOGSFLESH and Mary RETT were married by banns on 7 November 1737 in St, John's, Egham, Surrey

 

Nicholas, son of Nicholas and Mary HOGSFLESH,  baptised 3 December 1738 in St.John's, Egham, Surrey

 

London Metropolitan Archives:

 

Will of Nicholas HOGSFLESH Senior dated 4 March 1764 

I Nicholas HOGSFLESH Sen'r of the parish of Windlesham in the County of Surrey, Yeoman........bequeath unto my son Nicholas HOGSFLESH of Egham in the County of Surrey, Yeoman, all that my freehold messuages or tenement, with a garden adjoining and belonging thereto with a turf house and stable and all and every of their appurtenances (and now in my own tenure and occupation and which I purchased of John MOORE of said parish of Windlesham in the County of Surrey, Husbandman) situate or standing and being in the said parish of Windlesham in the County of Surrey aforesaid: I also give and bequeath unto my said son Nicholas HOGSFLESH aforesaid all that my three pieces or parcels of freehold land, containing by estimation two acres (be the same more or less) commonly called or known by the name of Down Hill situate lying and being in the parish of Windlesham in the County of Surrey aforesaid:(and now in my own tenure and occupation). I likewise bequeath.....

Legacies:

£20 to his son James HOGSFLESH of Orpington, Coachman

1 shilling to his son George HOGSFLESH of Aldershot

Leasehold property, furniture &c to his daughter Jane LEAKE and her husband John LEAKE of Windlesham, Cordwainer.

 

Nicholas HOGSFLESH and Mary YOUNG, widow, were married by banns on 6 January 1765 in St.Mary's, Lambeth

Both signed

Witnesses: Rich'd LIDSEY and Mary SMITH

 

Surrey History Centre

 

Nicholas HOGSFLESH, widower, and Alice GADD were married by banns on 30 January 1780 in St. John's, Egham, Surrey

Nicholas HOGSFLESH (signed - signature matches 1765 marriage)

Alice GADD (X)

Witnesses: Richard and John GRAVES

 

London Metroplitan Archives:

 

James HOGSFLESH, bachelor, married Margaret CHANDLER, spinster on 25 November 1819 in St.Anne's, Soho.

James HOGSFLESH (signed)

Margt CHANDLER (X)

Witnesses: Thos. FURNAUX and L. IRELAND

 

Alice HOGSFLESH buried 16 March 1810 St.George, Hanover Square, London

Nicholas HOGSFLESH, aged 81 years, died in the workhouse and buried 26 November 1819, parish of St.George, Hanover Square, London 

 

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