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WILLIAM MIRIAM

Baptised:            (see Note 1)

Buried:                Probably buried 18/5/1748 Rusper. (the other Willliam buried 25/3/1717 Ifield)

Married:               17/1/1725/6

Spouse:               Elizabeth Truelove

Married:              Fleet prison 28/3/1733 (see Note 2)

Spouse:               Hannah Harrison 

Baptised:            14/8/1711 St Peter & St Paul Clandon Surrey

Parents:              Thomas Harrison (b about 1675) and Hannah Martin (b 1676).

Children:              William b 1727 (bapt 1/12/1727) Rusper                

                            Hannah b 1734 (chr 16/9/1734) Rusper m 1760 Thomas Scutt

                       Alice b 1739 (chr 3/7/1739) Rusper

                      Martha b 1743 (chr 8/1/1743 or 1734) Rusper died 1757 (bur 15/9/1757) Rusper

                      Mark Miriam b 1747 (chr 10/5/1747) Rusper, Sussex  died 1826 (buried 6/4/1826) Pulborough 7/4/1770 Pulborough Parnel Humphy b 1738 (chr 2/7/1738) Pulborough daughter of Thomas Humphrey.

 

 

 

Note 1:  Bapt either 11/4/1692 son of Matthew and Joan or 27/8/1693 son of Henry & Mary. Both baptisms in Ifield Or, more unlikely William Miram b 3/3/1697 chr 16/3/1697 Corn Market Independent or Presbyterian, Sandwich.. However Mandy Willard has researched and believes the former more likely

 

Note 2: At time of marriage William was a widower and husbandsman of Rusper and Hannah came from Dorking. Headley, Surrey, she coming from Dorking.

(The Fleet prison marriages became notorious. They were popular as one didn’t have to pay for banns to be read. A petition about the sham marriages said ‘that many marriages were omitted therein [the records], many therein without the Parson’s name by whom married. Many others without the degree, quality or place of abode…19th day of October to 12th February 1705 2,954 such marriages celebrated at between 12s and 20s or more per couple. That the said officers have produced no licences, certificates of banns, certificates of marriage or accounts thereof keeping the money, not paying ]

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARK MIRIAM

Born:             1747 Rusper

Father:           William Miriam

Mother:          Hannah Harrison

Baptised:        10/5/1747  Rusper, Sussex 

Buried:            6/4/1826 Pulborough

Married:          7/4/1770 Pulborough (see Note 1)

Spouse;           Parnel Humphy

Baptised:        2/7/1738) Pulborough

Parents:          Thomas Humphrey.

Children:         Mary Miriam b 1771 Pulborough

                        William Miriam b 1773 Pulborough

 

Both made their mark on marriage certificate and it was witnessed by Daniel Searle and William Braby. Banns were read April 1,8,15 1770

 

Ann Miran m William Woods 7/10/1797 witnessed Thomas Miran Mary & Sarah Champion, John Williams

Robert b 1812 m Charlotte b 1823

1881 beer retailer, Pitts Beer Shop, Wisborough Green. Living w Henry Miriam 1826

 

 

Children of Mark and Parnel Miriam

 

MARY MIRIAM

Born:               1771 Pulborough

Father:             Mark Miriam

Mother:           Parnel Humphrey

Baptised:         30/10/1771 Pulborough

Married;          10/10/1790 Pulborough

Spouse;           James Burchell

Born:                Billingshurst

      Children:          James Burchell b 1793 (chr 25/8/1793) Pulborough

                               John Burchell b 1796 (chr 26/6/1796) Pulborough

                               William Burchell b 1800 (chr 13/7/1800) Pulborough

                               Thomas Burchell b 1801 (chr 20/12/1801) Pulborough

 

WILLIAM MIRIAM

Born:                    1773 Pulborough

Father:                  Mark Miriam

Mother:                 Parnel Humphrey

Baptised:               14/12/`1773 Pulborough 

Buried;                   4/8/1822 Pulborough (Myram on burial register)

Married:                 28/2/1794 Pulborough  (see Note 1)

Spouse:                 Sarah Carter b 1774

Baptised:                13/11/1774 Pulborough

Parents:                  John & Hannah Carter

Buried:                   13/1/1848 Pulborough (as Murrum).

Children:                 Mary Miriam b 1794 Pulborough

                               William Miriam b 1796 Pulborough

                                  John Miriam b 1799 Pulborough

                               Charlotte Miriam b 1802 Pulborough

                               David Miriam b 1805 Pulborough

                                Harriet Miriam b 1808 Pulborough

                               George Miriam b 1811 Pulborough

 

Note 1: Marriage witnessed by William Nicholson and esther carter

 

                               

JAMES MIRAM

Born:              1776 Pulborough

Father:             Mark Miriam

Mother:           parnel Humphrey

Baptised:        28/4/1776) Pulborough

Died:               11/11/1842

Married:       Wisborough Green18/7/1798 (see Note 1)

Spouse;          Ann Williams.

Born:             1774

Died:             25/9/ 1847 Wisborough Green (see Note 2)

Children:       mary Ann b 17/2/1799 Wisborough Green bapt 23/2/1799

                      Rebecca Miriam b 6/10/1803 bapt 23/10/1803 Wisborough Green

                       Mark Miriam b 17/7/1801  Wisborough Green bapt 20/9/1801

                        Henry Miriam b 1807 Wisborough Green

                        Jane Miriam b 1810 Pulborough

                        Parnell Miriam (Murrum) b 1814 Pulborough

                        Ann Miriam b 1816 Pulborough

                        William Miriam b 1819 Pulborough

 

George Miram bur B’hurst 20/1/1816 aged 3 weeks

 

 

1841 census: 51 living cottage at Harwoods green, Stopham. James a tilemaker. George Barnard aged 6 with them.

George Barnard b 1834 (chr 2/11/1834) Richard & Ann Barnard.

Richard Barnard  (possibly b 1809 son of Richard & Ann)m 29/11/1832 Parnel

 

Note 1: witnessed by Henry Horne and James Kingshott . Name at marriage Merram

 

James died from moritification of the arm, occupation brickmaker death notified 15/11 1842 by William Miriam, Fittleworth

 

Note 2: Died of typhus fever, certified. Death notified 28/9/1847 by Sarah Chesman. [possibly Sarah Cheesman living 1851 itchingfield , with husband James (born Wisborouth Green), her daughter mary Foster and Mary’s children

 

REBECCA MIRIAM

Born:              Abt 1801 Wisborough Green

Father:            James Miriam

Mother:          Ann Williams

Married:

Spouse:           james Steer

Baptised:         Wisborough Green

Parents:           George Steer & Mary Pellett

 

 

MARK MIRIAM

Born:            1802 Wisborough Green

Died;            1866

Married:        1/6/1825 Pulborough (see Note 1)

Spouse;        Sarah Daughtry

Born:            1802 Wisborough Green (or West Chiltington)

Died:             1894

 

1841 census: Residing Furnace Pond Wisborough Green. Occupation: agricultural labourer. James Mann aged 27 with them

1851 Mark & Sarah living Green lane House , Mark a shopkeeper. Niece Jane Meriam a visitor

1861 Mark Miram head, 1802 Wisborough Green  farmer of 20 acrees employing 2 others, servant Miriam Johnson 21.  Living Yew Tree House, WG

1871 Sarah retired grocer, widow, living Fittleworth with Hannah Doughty 35, married visitor

Sarah 1881 census/ aged 77. labourers wife. Alms House, Pulborough, b West Chiltington. Living on own

 

 

Note 1: 1894 /Both made Marks on Marriage certificate. Witnessed by William Burchell and Lucy Hayler who made her mark

 

HENRY MIRIAM

 Born:            1807 Pulborough

Father:           Mark Miriam

Mother:         Ann Williams

Baptised:        7/6/1807

Died:              1891 Pulborough

Married:          21/11/1834 Pulborough

Spouse:           Sarah Scutt

Baptised:         24/10/1813) Pulborough

Parents:         Robert & Susanna Scutt

Died:               1876.

Children:         Jane Miriam b 1836 Pulborough

                       Francis Miriam b 1838 Pulborough

                       Emily Miriam b 1840 Pulborough  Emily Miram b 1836 Pulborough. . housemaid, 60 motpelier rd, Brighton working for Robert Wilson fundholder.

 

                       Robert Miriam b 1843 Pulborough

                       Mark Miriam b 1847 Chingstone

                       William Miriam b  1849 Billinghsurst

                        Sarah Ann Miriam b 1851 Billingshurst

                       Caroline Miriam b 1853 Billingshurst

                        Maurice Miriam b 1855 Billingshurst

 

Sarah’s place of birth also given on census as West Chiltington

Henry miram b 1826 midhurst –servant to F Appleton, grocer, 75 Hackney Rd, Shoreditch

 

Dec 1838 Horsham Henry married Frances Dean

1841 census: Occupation Ropers, Pulborough. Occupation: agricultural labourer.

1851 census: Residing Pratts, Billingshurst. Occupation: farmer

1881 census James Murrum b 1831 m Sphia aged 52 b hammersmith

John J aged 21 b Turnham Green, Middlesex

Joones Cpttage, Chiswock, carman

 

William Murrum b 1832 farm labourer

1881 census Ifield Wood, ifield Betty aged 37 b Rusper

Rhoda aged 15. Woilliam 16. Ann 8 John 6, Robert 2. jane 2 a\ll born newdigate Surrey

 

 

 

 

 

1816 & 1819 occupation on baptismal records given as labourer North heath Pulborough

1871: residence: Lower Lodge, Slinfold. Farmer of 130 acres. Living with them Mark, Maurice & grand-daughter Jane Gibbs 6 (born Middlesex) , Harriet Ireland 16 servant and Alfred Wilson 18 servant

1881: residence: widower living with son Robert

 

JANE MIRIAM

Born:               1810 Pulborough

Father:             James Miriam

Mother:           Ann Williams

Baptised:         23/10/1810 Pulborough (as Myran)

Married:          11/11/1832 Darenth, Kent

Spouse:            Thomas Wentworth

Born;               abt 1805 Leechdale, Glos

Died:                1910 aged 100! Edmonton district

Children:          Elizabeth Wentworth b 1834 Boseley, Kent

                        Thomas Wentworth b 1835 St Luke’s Middlesex

                         Ann Wentworth b 1835 St Lukes Middlesex

                         Edward Wentworth b 1839 St Giles, Middlesex

             William Wentworth b 1843 St Lukes, Middlesex

             Charles Wentworth  b 1846 St Lukes Middlesex

             Jane Wentworth b 1848 St Lukes, Middlesex buried 27/7/1851

             Jane Wentworth b 1852

             Ellen Wentworth b 1855

1841 census: Residing Little Wild Street (in a multiple occupancy house) St Giles in the Fields, Finsbury. Occupation subserver?

1851 census: Residing 34 Radnor St, Finsbury. Occupation: carman at common carriers. Thomas an errand boy and Ann a silk skiener. Jane a laundress

1861 census: Charles a warehouse bou living at pawnbrokers, 8 London terrace, Bethnal Green

1871 census: Reisiding Radnor St. Thomas place of birth given as Botley, Oxforshire. Labourer

1881 census: jane a widow residingn4 Alexandra Villas, Alexandra Rd, Hornsey. With daughter Jane a school teacher

1891 census: as above

1901 census: Ellen given as head of household. The wo Janes with her. Same address at 14 Alexandra Rd, Hornsey

 

 

PARNEL MIRIAM

Born:            1814 Pulborough

Father:          James Miriam

Mother:         Ann Williams

Baptised:       3/4/1814 Pulborough (as Murrum)

Died:             Possibly 1888 Hove district as

Married:         29/1/1832 Pulborough (see Note 1)

Spouse:          Richard Barnard

Baptised:        28/8/1809

Parents:          Richard Barnard & Ann Heather

Married:         ?

Spouse:          John Hooker 

Baptised:        5/9/1824 Fittleworth

Parents:           John & Lucy Hooker

Died:              1887 Steynign district

Children:        Anna Maria Barnard b 1833 (chr 31/3/1833) Pulborough

                 George Barnard b 1834 (chr 2/11/1834) Pulborough

                 William Barnard b 1836 (chr 8/1/1836) Pulborough

                  Emily Barnard b 1844 (chr 23/8/1844) Pulborough

                   Henry Barnard b 1840 Fittleworth

                  Jane Barnard b 1846 Pulborough 

                  Felix Hooker b 1853 Hove                                 

 

 

 

1833 Richard a bargeman, then in 1830s a publican, 1844 labourer

1841 census: Parnell living Pot Common Pulborough with an elderly couple John & henry Strudwick

1851 census: Parnel living with her brother William Miriam and his family, West side of Pattons, Stopham.  Henry and Jane with her. She was a laundress

1861 census:  Residing 3 Sussex Road, Hove. Occupation: carman and laundress

1871 census: Residing Rock Cottage Hove. Occupation: John a domestic servant

1881 census: Lodgers 17 Sussex Rd, Hove. Occupation: labourer

 

Note 1: .Marriage witnessed by Jane Miram & Thomas Child.

 

Note: Henry Barnard. 1851 census: Residing with Uncle William Miriam. Occupation: bricklayer’s labourer.

 

Note: William Barnard possibly died 1844 Thakeham district

 

Note: Emily Barnard died 1844 Thakham district

 

Note: Jane Barnard . 1861 census: Residing with mother. Occupation: dressmaker

 

George Barnard remerges in Tooting south London (Christchurch Grove) where in 1871 he is a master carpenter married with two young daughters (Florence & Ellen) , by ten years later they had moved to 12 Waterfall Cottages Hednesford Road Mitcham, with a larger family. He died in 1903.  Had George moved to south London to join his father? Richard barnard rmerges again in 1871 where he is lodger with Elizabeth George widow, Well’s lane Smiths Cottages Streatham

 

Felix 1881 had married Ellen and was living hartlington Terrace, Portslade, a carpenter

 

 

                            

 

ANN MIRIAM

Born:             1816 Pulborough

Father:           James Miriam

Mother:          Ann Williams

Baptised;        15/8/1816 Pulborough

Married:         27 November 1842 St Luke’s Parish Church, At Luke’s Middlesex

Spouse:           Shadrach King

Born;

Parents:           John King

 

Note: fathers occupations given as saddlemaker and tile maker. Witnessed by William and Henrietta Kemp. Ann signed.

 

1851 census: Residing 47 Burr Street, St Botlph Aldgsate. Occupation: agent to parcels delivery company. Nephew Mark Miriam visiting

 

 

WILLIAM MIRIAM

Born:             1819 Pulborough

Father:           James Miriam

Mother:         Ann Williams

Baptised:       25/4/1819 Pulborough

Died:               1901

Married:          21/2/1843 in Stopham

Spouse:           Ann Adams

Born:               1822 Tunbridge, Kent

Died:               1847

Father:             james Adams, labourer

Married:         17/3/1853 Stopham

Spouse:          Frances Adams 

Born;              1824.  Tunbridge, Kent.

Died:             1902 Petworth district

Father:           Henry Adams, carpenter

Children:        Henry Miriam b 1844 Stopham

                       James Miriam b 1844 Stopham

                        Mark b 1846 Stopham

                       Fanny b 1855 Stopham

                       George b 1858 Dtopham

                       Mary Ann b 1860 Stopham

                        John b 1864 Stopham

                      

1841 census: Residing Fittleworth with Edward & harriott Elliott/ Occupation: bricklayer journeyman (Myrum). Ann was a servant with the Tribe family Lower Street, Fittleworth

1851 living at Daltons, west end of  Stopham with ife, twins Henry & James , lATE illegitimate son William. Also his sister Parnel Barnard and her children Henry 11 and Jane 5 . Journeyman bricklayer

1861 census: residing Cottage, Stopham. Occupation: bricklayer (Merrian)

1871 living cottaqge, Stopham with George 12. John 7 both born Stopham.

1881 census: Residing Stopham. With him and Fanny their grad-daughter Emily Miriam 7 and lodger James Whittinton 17 bricklayer’s labourer (Miriam)

1891 census: Residing Laundry House Stopham. Recorded as Miriani. . Emily granddaughter aged 17, still with them, also James Allbery farm bailiff as lodger Occupation bricklayer. 

1901 census: Widow Frances residing laundry, Stopham. Grandaughter Ethel E Randey, 18, born Croydon with her

 

Note: 1843 marriage. Both signed. Witnessed by edwaerd Bookman< and Eleanor Cammer?

1853 census . Fanny made a mark. George and Elizabeth Slater were witnesses. Both made their marks

 

 

 

 henry  b. 1844 (chr 4/10/1844) son William & Ann m Frances (Fanny) b 1849  Stopham

Residence: 1881 8 Albion Terrace, Horsham.

i)                    Arthur H b 1871 Southwater chr 30/10/1870 Southwater

ii)                  Isaac l b 1873 Southwater

James Leonard chr 23/2/1873 Horasham  June 1898 Cuckfold. James Leonard m Sarah Louisa Wadey or Eliza Willie

iii)                 

iv)                William b 1875 Horsham

v)                  Albert b 1878 Horsham

vi)                Edwin b 1880 Horsham

Chiltington. Living on own

 

 

james b 1844 (chr 5/10/1844) Stopham son of William & Ann m 1870 Ann Dean  b 1846 Slaugham

1871: residence : Oak Cottage, Croydon occupation: bricklayer

John b 1864 (chr 17/4/1864) son William & Frances

 jane  b 1871, (chr 19/2/1871) stopham daugh William & Elizan

kate b  1879 Stopham daugh William & Eliza

 Lucy  b 1877 Stopham daugh William & Eliza

 mary Ann b  1875,

George 1875? George Miram 1875 Billingshurst servant 1891 to Harry Hole butcher 101 St James St, Brighton.

 

Ann Meriam widow born pulborough 1881 visitor to 28 Albion St Privatwe Croydon – Elizabeth & Ann Maseall annuitants from Croydon. Ann a dressmaker/

 

 

 

 

Mark b 1846 (chr 13/10/1846) Slaugham

            18621 agricultural labourer

Fanny b 1856 (chr 12/1/1856) Slaugham

                       Emily b 1873 (chr 14/12/1873) illegitimate

George b 1858 (chr 30/5/1858)

Mary Ann b 1860 (chr 29/7/1860)

John b 1864 (chr 17/4/1864)

 

 

 

 

1v) Hannah Mirram b 1778 (chr 1/1/1779) Pulborough (as Murium) m 10/4/1799 in PulboroughThomas Harwood  b Amberley 1769(bapt 5/3/1769) son of Edmund & Elizabeth Lee. 8/4/1799 removal order of Hannah Miram single woman from Pulborough to Hardham

a)      Thomas Harwood b 1799 Pulborough (chr 26/5/1799) died 1828 Greatham (bur 25/11/1828)

b)      Harriet Harwood b 1801 (chr 25/10/1801) Pulborough m 12/5/1821 Greatham John Leggett

c)      Hannah Harwood  b 1804 Pulborough (chr 4/3/1804) m 10/10/1821 Greatham John Batchelor

d)     Edmund Harwood  b 1807 (chr 29/3/1807) Pulborough m Ruth

e)      E) William Harwood b 1810 (chr 11/2/1810) Pulburough m 24/6/1833 Greatham Sarah Sargeant b 1814

Had 14 children

f)       Jane Harwood b 1813 (chr 25/4/1813) Pulborough m 16/11/1831 Greatham  George Sargeant

g)      Ann Harwood b 1816 (chr 20/7/1816) died before 1838 Greatham m James March b 1813

h)      Charles Harwood b 1820 (chr 17/9/1820) Greatham m 30/9/1846 Wiggonholt Mary Ann Wood

6 children

i)   Charlotte Haywood b 1824 (chr 28/3/1824)  Greatham m 24/2/1852 Arundel Thomas Wood

 

Pulborough: Removal order: Hannah MIRAM Par/153/32/2 8 Apr 1799

These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office


Contents:
Subject: Hannah MIRAM, single woman; Hardham


 

 

 

 

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Family of Henry Miriam & Sarah Scutt

 

 

i)                    Jane b 1836 Pulborough m 1860 Westminster district Richard Gibbs born 1838 Westminster. He may have died 1864 Westminster district

1851 living with uncle Mark

1891 staying with sister Emily, with daughter Jane and Eleanor Myran aged 7. Occupation housekeeper

1901 Residing 12 Montpelier Place, VBrighton. Occupation: housekeeper to Eliza Hodgson, widow

             Jane Gibbs b 1864 Westminster

1871 with grandparents

1891 with mother visiting the Slaters

 

ii)                  Francis b 1838 (chr 27/5/1838) Pulborough m Jane b 1838 Hursh? Somerset

1871High Street, Hampton Wick.  Blacksmith

1881 High St, Hampton Wick. Master farrier emplying one man and boy

1891 High St, Hampton Wick, coachsmith

1901 36 Radford, Coventry. Coachsmith

              i) Harry Myram b 1864 Epsom

1891 coach builder. Living with parents

              ii) Sarah Myram b 1866 Kingston

iii)                Robert Myram b 1880 Esher

1891 musician living at home

iv)                Elizabeth Myram b 1884 Hampton Wick

1891 general servant living at home

v)                  Louisa Myram b 1885 Hampton Wick

1891 dressmaker living at home

vi)                Francis Myram b 1888 Hampton Wick m 1906 Coventry Sarah Tod or Florence Lilian Evans

1901 living with parents. Coachsmith

 

vii)              Emily b 1840 (chr 16/8/1840) Pulborough m 16/11/1862 in Hove Levi Slater b 1834 Ditchling son of William Slater

1881 living West St, Ditchling. Levi a carter

1891 farmer

7 children

i) William Slater b 1863

1891 living with parents. Butcher

ii) George Slater b 1867

viii)            Edith 1870

ix)                Iv) Sarah b 1875

ii) Thomas b 1868 keymer district

i)                    Ellen Slater b 1874

1891 apprentice dress salewoman 29 Clarence Sq Brighton (working for Henry Bliss milliner \7 draper)

x)                  Ruth Slater b 1880

xi)                Naomi Slater b 1882

 

xii)              Robert Myriam b 1843 Pulborough died 1906  m 26/4/1868 Lucy Loxford b 1844 Horsham

1871 carrier & tobaccionist

1880: residence: pulborough occupation: farmer 130 acres employing 3 men, 1 boy. Also living with them father, retired farmer, Henry b 1807 and harriet Briggs 14 servant and Samuel Sayers 17 farm servant

1891 Hadfold farm.

i)                    Robert Myram b 1869 m 1895 Thakeham district Elisabeth b 1870 Shipley.

1891: occupation: farmer

1901: occupation publican & tea merchant, residence: Three Post Boys Inn, Frinmley, Surrey. Had serbasnt Louisa 14 and several boarders

                       I0 Muriel Myriam b 1896

                       ii) Marjorie Myriam b 1899

ii)                  Alfred Myram b 1871 m 1898 Horsham district Annie Louisa Gould b 1872 London

1891 farmers son

1901 licensed victualler High St, Billingshurst. Daisy and Annie |Lindfield with them as servants

                              i) Winifred R Myram b 1899 Billingshurst

                              ii) Kitty Myram b 1900

iii)                George Myram b 1872

Possibly 1891 servant to harry Hole butcher 101 St james St, brighton though date of birth given as 1875 and name Miram

iv)                William Myram b 1874 m 1899 Sarah Ann Slater in Lewes district b 1875 Ditchling

1901 Hadfield Farm Billingshurst. Occupation farmer

v)                  James Myram b 1876 m 6/11/1901 Elfrede Louise Price b 1995 daughter of Frank price, bakr. Witnessed by Edmund Price, Ethel Chandler. Farmer Billingshurst

vi)                Lucy Myram b 1878 (chr 23/9/1877) Billingshurst m 1898 Daniel Dennis Dendy b 1870 Balham

                      1891 mother’s help

1901 horndean, Hants. Daniel a master butchers. Two butchers assistants living with them, Alfred Ricketts and Percy Taylor

vii)              Kate Myram b 1878 (chr 35/5/1879) Billingshurst

1901 living Tunbridge Wells, working as a dairy? Shop assistant

viii)            Sophia Myram b 1888 (chr 27/5/1888) Billingshurst m 1908 in Horsham district either Alfred Pensford or Walter Joseph Barnes

 

iv) Mark Miram 1846 Chiddingstone , Elizabeth wife 37 Kings Down, Wilts. – Morris 6, John 5, Joeph 4 b Paddington, Frank aged 1 Paddington. 1881 publican, Paddington.

 

i)                    William Miram 1849 Billingshurst. 1881 Keepers Cottage Lower Beeding.  m 11/10/1870 Stopham Eliza Whittington b 1851, b Tunbridge, Kent. Eliza 1851 b Petworth,

1891 residence 1 & 2 Tythe House Lindfield, farmer

1901 Leigh Farm, Hurstpierpoint, farmer. 1901 with them George Whittingspoon general labourer and Lawrence Stenning 17 boarder

Henry 1873 b Stopham, (chr 11/5/1873)

Jane b 1871 Stopham, (chr 19/2/1871)

Kate b 1879 Lower Beeding, (chr 22/5/1879) Stopham

 Lucy b 1878 Lower Beeding,

Mary Ann b 1875 Stopham.

William b 1882 (myram) Stopham

Lillian Myram b 1886 Stopham

Maurice Myram b 1890 Lindfield

Robert Myram b 1893 Hurstpierpoint

 

ii)                  Sarah Ann Myram b 6/3/1851 Billingshurst (chr 11/7/1853)

1871 servant to Charles frederick Courthope, retired engineer, maplehurst Cottage, Roughy Corner, Horsham

 

vii)  Caroline b 1853 (chr 11/7/1853) Billingshurst. Possibly died 1853

 

iii)                Maurice b 1855 Billingshurst m 1877 Horsham district Eliza Wilson b 1848 Billingshurst (1891 Itchingfield)

1871 with parents at Lower Lodge, Slinfold.. agricultural labourer

1881 LA farm, Pulborough. Agricultural labourer

1891 Andrews Hill, Pulborough. Farmer, With them George Tree 19 servant, harriet Chant 48 and William Edwards visitors

                        Joseph  William Myram b 1878 Ditchling died 1888

 

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Children of William Miriam & Sarah Carter

 

iv)                Mary b 1794 (chr 11/5/1794) Pulborough died 1798 9bur 2/3/1798) Pulborough

 

v)                  William b 1796 (chr 26/6/1796) Pulborough died 1814 (but 29/6/1814) Pulborough (as Murrum)

vi)                John b 1799 (chr 17/11/1799) Pulborough died 1870 (bur 11/4/1870) Pulborough m 15/7/1821 Pulborough Elizabeth Hughes . Marriage witnessed by James overington and james Hughes

1851 295 William lane, thakeham

                   i) George Myam b 1824 (chr 17/10/1824) Pulborough

i)                    John Miram b 1827 Pulborough (chr 8/4/1827) died 1879 Greenwich m Harriet b 1832 Barcomb Someraer

1871 carman, 8 Hatcliffs Building, Greenwich. James Burgess, lodger, carman with them

                        Mary Caroline b 1861 Blackheath m 1880 Percy J Porter b 1858 Bocking, Essex

1891 226 mavey? Rd, Plumstead. Occupation: machine oiler

1901 54 palmerston Rd  Plumstead occupation: engine driver

                                i) Percy J b 1881 Plumstead

1901 living 45 P? St, Derby with gransmother Charlotte Porter. Occupation: postman

                                i) Mary C Porter b 1883 Plumstead

                                 ii) John J Porter b 1886 Plumstead

                                iii) Annie C Porter b 1891 Plumsread

                               

                                

                         John b 1865 Greenwich (1901 census Blackheath) m Martha b 1866 Middlesex

1901 Head postman GPO

                        i) John J Murrum  b 1888 New Cross, kent

                        ii) Louisa Murrum b 1890 Greenwich

ii)                  Lilian M Murrum b 182 Greenwich

iii)                 William Murrum b 1893 Greenwich

iv)                Alfred E b 1894 Greenwich

v)                  Martha Murrum b 1896 Greenwich

vi)                Albert G b 1899 Greenwich

George James Murrum b 1869 Greenwich district died 1871

vii)              William b 1830 (chr 5/9/1830) m  1871 Horsham district Betsy b 1844 Stopham or Rusper.

viii)            Betsy b 1844 Stopham or Rusper.

1861 boarder Village Cottage, Newdigate Surrey. Agricultural labourer

1881 ifield Wood. Neice Jane Murrum aged 2 with them

1901 Ivy House Farm, Newdigate, Surrey. Granddaughter mary Ann Murrum

             i) William Murrum b 1865 Newdigate m Alice b 1868 Newton Common, Hants?

1901 general labourer 35 Albury Rd, South merstham, Surrey

            i) James Murrum b 1886 Galton? Surrey

            ii) Agnes Murrum b 1886 Galton, Surrey?

vii)              Elizabeth Murrum b 1889 Galton, Surrey?

viii)            Mary A Murrum b 1893 Redhill Surrey

ix)                Ethel Murrum b 1898 Redhill Surrey

              ii) Rhoda Murrum b 1866 Bewdigate, Surrey

ix)                Annie Murrum b 1873 Newdigate Surrey m 1902 Kingston district Frederick Leppard or Henry George Tims

x)                  (Caleb)  John b 1874 Newdigate, died 1909

xi)                Robert b 1879 Ifield m 1907 Kingston district

xii)              Ellen b1889 Ifield

                         George James b 1869 greenwich

xiii)            Ann b 1839 (chr 2/6/1839) Pulborough died 1902 m 1860 Burrage Birchfell b 1828 (he had previously married 1855 Sarah Wilmer or Jane Johnson) died 1909

1861 Publican, Queen Victoria South Bersted (lodgers with them and brother Clement thresing machine owner)

1871 Prospect Place, South Bersted, threhing machine proprietor

1881 & 1891 2 Oak Place South bersted. Gaednener. Brother William with them

                           Albert Burchfell b 1861 m 1884 Clara Kentch b 1864 Felpham

1881 with parents, gardener

1891 2 Oak Place, South bersted, gardener

                       Minnie Birchell b 1886 South bersted

                        Walter Birchefell b 1887 South bersted

                        William Birchfell b 1889 South bersted

xiv)            James Myrum b 1833 chr 24/3/1833 m 1874 Lambeth district Sophia Ann Ridgley b 1831 Hammersmith died 1891 Brentford

1881 Jones Cottage, Chiswick. Occupation carman

                    John F Murrum b 1860 Turnham Green m. 1883 Brentford district Elizabeth Mary Lewis b 1857 St Georges London

1881 brewers drayman living with parents

1891 & 1901 Camberwell. Occupation brewers cellarman. 1901 Mother-in-law Mary Lewisa aged 76 living with them

                James Murrum b Bethnal Green 1885

1901 on training ship Impregnable, Devonport

                 Mary Murrum b 1886 peckham

                 John b 1888 Peckham

                 Elizabeth Amelia b 1890 peckham died 1897

                 Margaret Murrun b 1894 Pecjkam

xv)              Sarah Myrum b 1835 (chr 28/12/1835)

xvi)            Harriet Murram b 1841 Pulborough (chr 28/11/1841) registered as Harriette. Possibly married Lambeth district 1864

xvii)          Caroline Myram b 1844 Pulborough (chr 24/11/1844) m 4/5/1961 Pulborough Harry Hayler Scutt

1861 John, agricultural labourer living with father John in Pulborough

 

x)                  Charlotte b 1802 (chr 13/6/1802) Pulborough {no trace of marriage in Sussex]

 

      v)              David b 1805 (chr 2/5/1805) died 1875 Thakeham workhouse  (bur 6/10/1875 Pulborough) m 12/2/1831 in Thakeham Sarah Soutter. Name sometimes given as Merion. 

1861 widower aged 55 born Pulborough living with Daniel & Sarah Bristow Upper Fezhean? Pulborough

 1851 head, widower born Pulborough lving alone Sarah 1881 census/ aged 77. labourers wife. Alms House, Pulborough, b West Chiltington. Living on own

Witnesses at marriage were James Pullen & Mary Soutter

Leonard b 1835 (chr 7/12/1835) Pulborough

 

vi) Harriet b 1808 (chr 6/3/1808) m 28/3/1826 Pulborough Jeremiah penfold. Witnessed by Sarah Denyer and james overington. Both made their marks as did Sarah Denyer

1851 living with son George at Old mark Pulborough with widowed brother-in-law George and his children

6 children

i) Charlotte penfold b 1827 Pulborough (chr 11/3/1827)

ii) William Penfold b 1829 Pulborough (chr 8/2/1829)

i)                    George Penfold b 1831 Pulborough (chr 30/1/1831)

ii)                  Mark b 1833 Pulborough (chr 17/2/1833)

i)                    Harriet Penfold b 1835 Pulborough (chr 9/8/1835)

ii)                  Elizabeth penfold b 1838 Pulborough (chr 28/1/1838)

 

vii) George marram b 1811 Pulborough (chr 5/5/1811) died 1814 Pulborough (bur 11/10/1814) (as Murrum)

 

xviii)         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sounds very much a Kent name, some records there go back to 14th century. Also a good number in 19th century and before in Bedforshire.

 

[Possibly – William Miram b 3/3/1697 chr 16/3/1697 Corn Market Independent or Presbyterian, Sandwich.. However Mandy Willard has researched and believes

 

William Mirriam bur 25/3/1717 Pulborough

 

William Miriam  (bapt either 11/4/1692 son of Matthew and Joan or 27/8/1693 son of Henry & Mary. Both baptisms in Ifield.) probably d ied 1748 (buried 18/5/1748) Rusper. (the other Willliam buried 25/3/1717 Ifield) m Hannah Harrison Fleet prison 28/3/1733 b 1711 (baptised 14/8/1711 St peter & St paul Clandon Surrey daughter of Yhomas Harrison (b about 1675) and Hannah Martin (b 1676).

William had previously been married to Elizabeth Truelove 17/1/1725/6.

At time of marriage William was a widower and husbandsman of Rusper and Hannah came from Dorking. Headley, Surrey, she coming from Dorking.

(The Fleet prison marriages became notorious. They were popular as one didn’t have to pay for banns to be read. A petition about the sham marriages said ‘that many marriages were omitted therein [the records], many therein without the Parson’s name by whom married. Many others without the degree, quality or place of abode…19th day of October to 12th February 1705 2,954 such marriages celebrated at between 12s and 20s or more per couple. That the said officers have produced no licences, certificates of banns, certificates of marriage or accounts thereof keeping the money, not paying ]

 

By ist marriage William had

William b 1727 (bapt 1/12/1727) Rusper

 

William amd Hannah had

 

i)                    Hannah b 1734 (chr 16/9/1734) Rusper m 1760 Thomas Scutt

ii)                  Alice b 1739 (chr 3/7/1739) Rusper

iii)                Martha b 1743 (chr 8/1/1743 or 1734) Rusper died 1757 (bur 15/9/1757) Rusper

iv)                Mark Miriam b 1747 (chr 10/5/1747) Rusper, Sussex  died 1826 (buried 6/4/1826) Pulborough 7/4/1770 Pulborough Parnel Humphy b 1738 (chr 2/7/1738) Pulborough daughter of Thomas Humphrey.

Both made their mark on marriage certificate and it was witnessed by Daniel Searle and William Braby. Banns were read April 1,8,15 1770

 

iii)                Mary b 1771 (chr 30/10/1771) Pulborough m 10/10/1790 Pulborough James Burchell b. Billingshurst

iii)                James Burchell b 1793 (chr 25/8/1793) Pulborough

iv)                John Burchell b 1796 (chr 26/6/1796) Pulborough

v)                  William Burchell b 1800 (chr 13/7/1800) Pulborough

vi)                Thomas Burchell b 1801 (chr 20/12/1801) Pulborough

 

ii) William Miram  b 1773 (chr 14/12/`1773) Pulborough  died 1822 (bur 4/8/1822) Pulborough (Myram on burial register) m 28/2/1794 Pulborough Sarah Carter b 1774 (chr 13/11/1774) Pulborough daughter of John & Hannah Carter buried 13/1/1848 Pulborough (as Murrum). Marriage witnessed by William Nicholson and esther carter

 

xi)                Mary b 1794 (chr 11/5/1794) Pulborough died 1798 9bur 2/3/1798) Pulborough

 

xii)              William b 1796 (chr 26/6/1796) Pulborough died 1814 (but 29/6/1814) Pulborough (as Murrum)

xiii)            John b 1799 (chr 17/11/1799) Pulborough died 1870 (bur 11/4/1870) Pulborough m 15/7/1821 Pulborough Elizabeth Hughes . Marriage witnessed by James overington and james Hughes, She was born 1802 and died 1852 (bur 4/2/1852) Pulborough

1851 295 William lane, thakeham

                   i) George Myam b 1824 (chr 17/10/1824) Pulborough

xix)            John Miram b 1827 Pulborough (chr 8/4/1827) died 1879 Greenwich m Harriet b 1832 Barcomb Someraer

1871 carman, 8 Hatcliffs Building, Greenwich. James Burgess, lodger, carman with them

                        Mary Caroline b 1861 Blackheath m 1880 Percy J Porter b 1858 Bocking, Essex

1891 226 mavey? Rd, Plumstead. Occupation: machine oiler

1901 54 palmerston Rd  Plumstead occupation: engine driver

                                i) Percy J b 1881 Plumstead

1901 living 45 P? St, Derby with gransmother Charlotte Porter. Occupation: postman

                                i) Mary C Porter b 1883 Plumstead

                                 ii) John J Porter b 1886 Plumstead

                                iii) Annie C Porter b 1891 Plumsread

                               

                               

                         John b 1865 Greenwich (1901 census Blackheath) m Martha b 1866 Middlesex

1901 Head postman GPO

                        i) John J Murrum  b 1888 New Cross, kent

                        ii) Louisa Murrum b 1890 Greenwich

xx)              Lilian M Murrum b 182 Greenwich

xxi)             William Murrum b 1893 Greenwich

xxii)          Alfred E b 1894 Greenwich

xxiii)        Martha Murrum b 1896 Greenwich

xxiv)        Albert G b 1899 Greenwich

George James Murrum b 1869 Greenwich district died 1871

xxv)          William b 1830 (chr 5/9/1830) m  1871 Horsham district Betsy b 1844 Stopham or Rusper.

1861 boarder Village Cottage, Newdigate Surrey. Agricultural labourer

1881 ifield Wood. Neice Jane Murrum aged 2 with them

1901 Ivy House Farm, Newdigate, Surrey. Granddaughter mary Ann Murrum

             i) William Murrum b 1865 Newdigate m Alice b 1868 Newton Common, Hants?

1901 general labourer 35 Albury Rd, South merstham, Surrey

            i) James Murrum b 1886 Galton? Surrey

            ii) Agnes Murrum b 1886 Galton, Surrey?

xiv)            Elizabeth Murrum b 1889 Galton, Surrey?

xv)              Mary A Murrum b 1893 Redhill Surrey

xvi)            Ethel Murrum b 1898 Redhill Surrey

              ii) Rhoda Murrum b 1866 Bewdigate, Surrey

xxvi)        Annie Murrum b 1873 Newdigate Surrey m 1902 Kingston district Frederick Leppard or Henry George Tims

xxvii)      (Caleb)  John b 1874 Newdigate, died 1909

xxviii)    Robert b 1879 Ifield m 1907 Kingston district

xxix)        Ellen b1889 Ifield

                         George James b 1869 greenwich

xxx)          Ann b 1839 (chr 2/6/1839) Pulborough died 1902 m 1860 Burrage Birchfell b 1828 (he had previously married 1855 Sarah Wilmer or Jane Johnson) died 1909

1861 Publican, Queen Victoria South Bersted (lodgers with them and brother Clement thresing machine owner)

1871 Prospect Place, South Bersted, threhing machine proprietor

1881 & 1891 2 Oak Place South bersted. Gaednener. Brother William with them

                           Albert Burchfell b 1861 m 1884 Clara Kentch b 1864 Felpham

1881 with parents, gardener

1891 2 Oak Place, South bersted, gardener

                       Minnie Birchell b 1886 South bersted

                        Walter Birchefell b 1887 South bersted

                        William Birchfell b 1889 South bersted

xxxi)        James Myrum b 1833 chr 24/3/1833 m 1874 Lambeth district Sophia Ann Ridgley b 1831 Hammersmith died 1891 Brentford

1881 Jones Cottage, Chiswick. Occupation carman

                    John F Murrum b 1860 Turnham Green m. 1883 Brentford district Elizabeth Mary Lewis b 1857 St Georges London

1881 brewers drayman living with parents

1891 & 1901 Camberwell. Occupation brewers cellarman. 1901 Mother-in-law Mary Lewisa aged 76 living with them

                James Murrum b Bethnal Green 1885

1901 on training ship Impregnable, Devonport

                 Mary Murrum b 1886 peckham

                 John b 1888 Peckham

                 Elizabeth Amelia b 1890 peckham died 1897

                 Margaret Murrun b 1894 Pecjkam

xxxii)      Sarah Myrum b 1835 (chr 28/12/1835)

xxxiii)    Harriet Murram b 1841 Pulborough (chr 28/11/1841) registered as Harriette. Possibly married Lambeth district 1864

xxxiv)    Caroline Myram b 1844 Pulborough (chr 24/11/1844) m 4/5/1961 Pulborough Harry Hayler Scutt

1861 John, agricultural labourer living with father John in Pulborough

 

xvii)          Charlotte b 1802 (chr 13/6/1802) Pulborough {no trace of marriage in Sussex]

 

      v)              David b 1805 (chr 2/5/1805) died 1875 Thakeham workhouse  (bur 6/1/1875 Pulborough) m 12/2/1831 in Thakeham Sarah Soutter.b 1812. Name sometimes given as Merion.  She died 1847 (bur 24/12/1847) from Thakeham workhouse

1861 widower aged 55 born Pulborough living with Daniel & Sarah Bristow Upper Fezhean? Pulborough

 1851 head, widower born Pulborough lving alone

Witnesses at marriage were James Pullen & Mary Soutter

Leonard b 1835 (chr 7/12/1835) Pulborough

 

vi) Harriet b 1808 (chr 6/3/1808) m 28/3/1826 Pulborough Jeremiah penfold. Witnessed by Sarah Denyer and james overington. Both made their marks as did Sarah Denyer

1851 living with son George at Old mark Pulborough with widowed brother-in-law George and his children

6 children

i) Charlotte penfold b 1827 Pulborough (chr 11/3/1827)

ii) William Penfold b 1829 Pulborough (chr 8/2/1829)

iv)                George Penfold b 1831 Pulborough (chr 30/1/1831)

v)                  Mark b 1833 Pulborough (chr 17/2/1833)

vii)              Harriet Penfold b 1835 Pulborough (chr 9/8/1835)

viii)            Elizabeth penfold b 1838 Pulborough (chr 28/1/1838)

 

vii) George marram b 1811 Pulborough (chr 5/5/1811) died 1814 Pulborough (bur 11/10/1814) (as Murrum)

 

 

iii) James Miriam b 1776 (chr 28/4/1776) Pulborough died 1842 m Wisborough G reen18/7/1798 Ann Williams. B 1776 died 1847 witnessed by Henry Horne and james Kingshott . Name at marriage Merram

1851 living cottage at Harwoods green, Stopham. James a tilemaker. George Barnard aged 6 with them.

George Barnard b 1834 (chr 2/11/1834) Richard & Ann Barnard.

Richard Barnard  (possibly b 1809 son of Richard & Ann)m 29/11/1832 Parnel

 

 

ii)                  Rebecca Miram b abt 1802 m 1822 James Steer

 

ii)Mark Miram 1802-1866 m 1/6/1825 Pulborough Sarah Daughtry b 1802 Wisborough Green (or West Chiltington) died 1894 /Both made Marks on Marriage certificate. Witnessed by William Burchell and Lucy hayler who made her mark

Sarah 1881 census/ aged 77. labourers wife. Alms House, Pulborough, b West Chiltington. Living on own

1861 Mark Miram head, 1802 Wisborough Green  farmer of 20 acrees employing 2 others, servant Miriam Johnson 21.  Living Yew Tree House, WG

1851 Mark & Sarah living Green lane House , Mark a shopkeeper. Neice Jane Meriam a visitor

1871 Sarah retired grocer, widow, living Fittleworth with Hannah Doughty 35, married visitor

1881 Mark Miram head, ew Tree House, farmer of 20 acres employing 2 others. Miriam Johnson 21 servant. Mark b 1802 Wisboorugh Green

 

Henry Myriam b 1807 (chr 7/6/1807) died 1891 Pulborough son of James & Ann m 21/11/1834 Pulborough Sarah Scutt b 1813 died 1876  (chr 24/10/1813) Pulborough daughter of Robert & Susanna. Sarah’s place of borth also given on census as West Chiltington

1816 & 1819 occupation on baptismal records given as labourer North heath Pulborough

1871: residence: Lower Lodge, Slinfold. Farmer of 130 acres. Living with them Mark, Maurice & grand-daughter Jane Gibbs 6 (born Middlesex) , Harriet Ireland 16 servant and Alfred Wilson 18 servant

1881: residence: widower living with son Robert

 

xiii)            Jane b 1836 Pulborough m ? Gibbs

1851 living with uncle Mark

1891 staying with sister Emily, with daughter Jane and Eleanor Myran aged 7. Occupation housekeeper

             Jane Gibbs b 1864 Westminster

1871 with grandparents

1891 with mother visiting the Slaters

 

xiv)            Francis b 1838 (chr 27/5/1838) Pulborough m

 

xv)              Emily b 1840 (chr 16/8/1840) Pulborough m 16/11/1862 in Hove Levi Slater b 1834 Ditchling son of William Slater

1881 living West St, Ditchling. Levi a carter

1891 farmer

7 children

i) William Slater b 1863

1891 living with parents. Butcher

ii) George Slater b 1867

xvi)            Edith 1870

xvii)          Iv) Sarah b 1875

ii) Thomas b 1868 keymer district

iii)                Ellen Slater b 1874

1891 apprentice dress salewoman 29 Clarence Sq Brighton (working for Henry Bliss milliner \7 draper)

xviii)        Ruth Slater b 1880

xix)            Naomi Slater b 1882

 

xx)              Robert Myriam b 1843 Pulborough m 26/4/1868 Lucy Loxford b 1844 Horsham

1871 carrier & tobaccionist

1880: residence: pulborough occupation: farmer 130 acres employing 3 men, 1 boy. Also living with them father, retired farmer, Henry b 1807 and harriet Briggs 14 servant and Samuel Sayers 17 farm servant

1891 Hadfold farm.

ix)                Robert Myram b 1869 m 1895 Thakeham district Elisabeth b 1870 Shipley.

1891: occupation: farmer

1901: occupation publican & tea merchant, residence: Three Post Boys Inn, Frinmley, Surrey. Had serbasnt Louisa 14 and several boarders

                       I0 Muriel Myriam b 1896

                       ii) Marjorie Myriam b 1899

x)                  Alfred Myram b 1871 m 1898 Horsham district Annie Louisa Gould b 1872 London

1891 farmers son

1901 licensed victualler High St, Billingshurst. Daisy and Annie |Lindfield with them as servants

                              i) Winifred R Myram b 1899 Billingshurst

                              ii) Kitty Myram b 1900

xi)                George Myram b 1872

Possibly 1891 servant to harry Hole butcher 101 St james St, brighton though date of birth given as 1875 and name Miram

xii)              William Myram b 1874 m 1899 Sarah Ann Slater in Lewes district b 1875 Ditchling

1901 Hadfield Farm Billingshurst. Occupation farmer

xiii)            James Myram b 1876 m 1901 Horsham district Alice Green or Elfrede Louise Price

xiv)            Lucy Myram b 1878 (chr 23/9/1877) Billingshurst m 1898 Daniel Dennis Dendy b 1870 Balham

                      1891 mother’s help

1901 horndean, Hants. Daniel a master butchers. Two butchers assistants living with them, Alfred Ricketts and Percy Taylor

xv)              Kate Myram b 1878 (chr 35/5/1879) Billingshurst

1901 living Tunbridge Wells, working as a dairy? Shop assistant

xvi)            Sophia Myram b 1888 (chr 27/5/1888) Billingshurst m 1908 in Horsham district either Alfred Pensford or Walter Joseph Barnes

 

iv) Mark Miram 1846 Chiddingstone d 1898 Newbury, Berks district m 1874 Elizabeth Lay or Fowler b 1845 Kings Down, Wilts or Stretton St Margaret Wilts

 Morris b 1874

 John  b 1875 Horton, Northamptonshire m Minnie b 1880 Hungewrford

1891 living with parents. Occupation: rabbit?

1901 8 Salisbury Row. Hay binder

              William Jospeh Myram b 1901 Hungerford

Joseph b 1877  Piddington, Northants

Frank b 1880  Piddington., Northants

Robert b 1881 Piddington, Northants

Emily b 1883 Kintbury, Berks

 

1871 Northampton, Hatch gate. Boarder with Fred Allen/ Agricultural labourer

1881 publican, Paddington.

 

xviii)        William Miram 1849 Billingshurst. 1881 Keepers Cottage Lower Beeding.  m 11/10/1870 Stopham Eliza Whittington b 1851, b Tunbridge, Kent. Eliza 1851 b Petworth,

1891 residence 1 & 2 Tythe House Lindfield, farmer

1901 Leigh Farm, Hurstpierpoint, farmer

Henry 1873 b Stopham, (chr 11/5/1873)

Jane b 1871 Stopham, (chr 19/2/1871)

Kate b 1879 Lower Beeding, (chr 22/5/1879) Stopham

 Lucy b 1878 Lower Beeding,

Mary Ann b 1875 Stopham.

William b 1882 (myram) Stopham

Lillian Myram b 1886 Stopham

Maurice Myram b 1890 Lindfield

Robert Myram b 1893 Hurstpierpoint

 

xix)            Sarah Ann Myram b 6/3/1851 Billingshurst (chr 11/7/1853)

1871 servant to Charles frederick Courthope, retired engineer, maplehurst Cottage, Roughy Corner, Horsham

 

vii)  Caroline b 1853 (chr 11/7/1853) Billingshurst

 

xx)              Maurice b 1855 Billingshurstl

 

 

iv)                Jane b 1810 daughter of henry

 

v)                  Parnel b 1814 m 29/1/1832 Pulborough Richard barnard b 1809 (chr 28/8/1809) son of Richard barnard & Ann Heather

.Marriage witnessed by Jane miram & Thomas Child.

1833 Richard a bargeman, then in 1830s a publican, 1844 labourer

                                Anna Maria Barnard b 1833 (chr 31/3/1833) Pulborough

                         George Barnard b 1834 (chr 2/11/1834) Pulborough

                          William Barnard b 1836 (chr 8/1/1836) Pulborough

                         Emily barnard b 1833 (chr 23/8/1844) Pulborough

                           Henry barnard b 1840 Fittleworth

                                    1851 a bricklayers labourer

                         Jane barnard b 1846 Pulborough

                                     1851 living with mother with Uncle William Miram  

                             

 

vi)                Ann Murrum b 1816 (chr 15/8/1816)

 

 

iv)William Murrum chr 25/4/1819 Pulborough son of James & Ann

William 1819 died 1901 (on 1891 census Miriani) living Stopham. M ist 21/2/1843 in Stopham Ann Adams died 1847 m 2nd  17/3/1853 Stopham Frances Adams  b 1851. b Tunbridge, Kent. Emily granddaughter aged 7, b Stopham with them. Occupation bricklayer. 

1851 living with Daltons, Stopham with wife and her illegitimate son. Journeyman brickayer

1871 living cottaqge, Stopham with George 12. John 7 both born Stopham.

 

 

 henry  b. 1844 (chr 4/10/1844) son William & Ann m Frances (Fanny) b 1849  Stopham

Residence: 1881 8 Albion Terrace, Horsham.

vii)              Arthur H b 1871 Southwater chr 30/10/1870 Southwater

viii)            Isaac l b 1873 Southwater

ix)                James Leonard chr 23/2/1873 Horasham

x)                  William b 1875 Horsham

xi)                Albert b 1878 Horsham

xii)              Edwin b 1880 Horsham

Chiltington. Living on own

 

 

james b 1844 (chr 5/10/1844) Stopham son of William & Ann m 1870 Ann Dean  b 1846 Slaugham

1871: residence : Oak Cottage, Croydon occupation: bricklayer

John b 1864 (chr 17/4/1864) son William & Frances

 jane  b 1871, (chr 19/2/1871) stopham daugh William & Elizan

kate b  1879 Stopham daugh William & Eliza

 Lucy  b 1877 Stopham daugh William & Eliza

 mary Ann b  1875,

George 1875?

 

Mark b 1846 (chr 13/10/1846) Slaugham or Stopham m Maria b 1845 Ashted

            1861 agricultural labourer

1871 Hurst Farm, Walton-on-Thames. Lodging with Edwin Jay. Occupation: carpenter

1881 20 Tute Rd, Croydon. Occupation: joiner

1891 Lainbourn Terrace, Selhurst Rd, Stopham. Carpenter

1901 44 Clarendon St, Croydon

   i) William b 1875

   ii) Frederick b 1876

   iii) Minnie b 1878

   iv) Charlotte b 1882

   v) Annie 1884

 

Fanny b 1856 (chr 12/1/1856) Slaugham

                       Emily b 1873 (chr 14/12/1873) illegitimate

George b 1858 (chr 30/5/1858)

Mary Ann b 1860 (chr 29/7/1860)

John b 1864 (chr 17/4/1864)

 

 

 

 

1v) Hannah Mirram b 1778 (chr 1/1/1779) Pulborough (as Murium) m 10/4/1799 in PulboroughThomas Harwood  b Amberley 1769(bapt 5/3/1769) son of Edmund & Elizabeth Lee. 8/4/1799 removal order of Hannah Miram single woman from Pulborough to Hardham

i)        Thomas Harwood b 1799 Pulborough (chr 26/5/1799) died 1828 Greatham (bur 25/11/1828)

j)        Harriet Harwood b 1801 (chr 25/10/1801) Pulborough m 12/5/1821 Greatham John Leggett

k)      Hannah Harwood  b 1804 Pulborough (chr 4/3/1804) m 10/10/1821 Greatham John Batchelor

l)        Edmund Harwood  b 1807 (chr 29/3/1807) Pulborough m Ruth

m)    E) William Harwood b 1810 (chr 11/2/1810) Pulburough m 24/6/1833 Greatham Sarah Sargeant b 1814

Had 14 children

n)      Jane Harwood b 1813 (chr 25/4/1813) Pulborough m 16/11/1831 Greatham  George Sargeant

o)      Ann Harwood b 1816 (chr 20/7/1816) died before 1838 Greatham m James March b 1813

p)      Charles Harwood b 1820 (chr 17/9/1820) Greatham m 30/9/1846 Wiggonholt Mary Ann Wood

6 children

i)   Charlotte Haywood b 1824 (chr 28/3/1824)  Greatham m 24/2/1852 Arundel Thomas Wood

 

 

 

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