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Organ Family of Berkeley and North Nibley

Organ Family of  Berkeley and North Nibley

 

A full history has been researched and compiled by Andrew J. Plaster – see 

https://wp.me/p4BX9P-2D5

I am indebted to Andrew Plaster for all his help and also Doreen Myerscough who discovered the baptism of Susanna Trotman, the bride of  Jonas Organ II


 

Richard Orgayne I (-1559)

of Breadstone

 

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Richard Organ II (-1613) and Perpetua Eylls (-1573)

 

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Edward Organ (1663-1615) and Agnes (-1620)

Weaver

 

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Richard Organ III (1591-1642) and Joane (-1662)

 

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Morrice Organ I (1625-1682) and Sarah Long (1635-1697)

 

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Maurice Organ II (1659-1721) and Elizabeth Carpenter (1671-1759)

of North Nibley

 

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Jonas Organ I (1696-1765) and Frances (-1754)

 

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Jonas Organ II (1726-1786) and Susanna Trotman (1726-1797)

 

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Susanna Organ and Abraham Perrett

 

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William Perrett II and Rebecca Fisher

 

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Sarah Perrett and John Barton III

 

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William Barton II and Ellen Pick

 

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MORRICE ORGAN I, Great VIII Grandfather of Richard John Barton

 

Son of Richard Organ III and Joane

Husband of Sarah Long

Father of Maurice Organ II

 

Also Father of Edward, Robert, John, Richard, Joseph, Sarah, Sarah, Robert, Joseph and Mary

 

Morrice Organ I was baptised at Berkeley on 30th November 1625, son of Richard and Joan Organ. His father was from Berkeley parish. He married Sarah Long of North Nibley on 6th June 1657 at Berkeley. They had at least eleven children who were baptised at Berkeley between 1659 and 1676. These children included Robert who died aged five in 1668, Joseph who died in 1670 only a few weeks old, Sarah who lived only a few days in 1671 and Robert who lived for four months in 1674. The youngest children, Joseph and Mary, were born in 1676 as twins.

Morrice Organ I was buried at Berkeley on 22nd February 1682 and his widow, Sarah, was buried on 3rd May 1697.

 

SARAH ORGAN, Great VIII Grandmother of Richard John Barton

Daughter of Robert Long and Mary

Wife of Morrice Long I

Mother of Maurice Organ II

 

Also Mother of Edward, Robert, John, Richard, Joseph, Sarah, Sarah, Robert, Joseph and Mary

 

Sarah Long, the daughter of Robert and Mary Long, was born in about 1630 at North Nibley. Her father was a broadweaver. She married Morrice Organ I on 6th June 1657 at Berkeley. They had at least eleven children who were baptised at Berkeley between 1659 and 1676. These children included Robert who died aged five in 1668, Joseph who died in 1670 only a few weeks old, Sarah who lived only a few days in 1671 and Robert who lived for four months in 1674. The youngest children, Joseph and Mary, were born in 1676 as twins.

Morrice Organ I was buried at Berkeley on 22nd February 1682 and his widow, Sarah, was buried on 3rd May 1697.

 

Their children were Great VIII Aunts and Uncles:

 

MAURICE ORGAN II Great VII Grandfather of Richard Barton

Maurice Organ II was baptised on 1st November 1659.

 

EDWARD ORGAN, Great VIII Uncle

 

Edward Organ was baptised on 24th August 1661

 

ROBERT ORGAN, Great VIII Uncle

 

Edward Organ was baptised on 15th November 1663 and buried on 7th March 1668.

 

JOHN ORGAN, Great VIII Uncle

 

John Organ was baptised on 10th March 1665 and died in 1717. He married Elizabeth Jones and had children

 

RICHARD ORGAN, Great VIII Uncle

 

Richard Organ was baptised on 5th February 1668. He married Presilah Lewis at Kingswood on 31st March 1699.

 

JOSEPH ORGAN, Infant Great VIII Uncle

 

Joseph Organ was baptised on 3rd November 1670 and buried on 22nd February 1670/1.

 

SARAH ORGAN, Infant Great VIII Aunt

 

Sarah Organ was baptised on 24th December 1671 and buried in January 1671/2.

 

SARAH BENCE, Great VIII Aunt

 

Sarah Organ was baptised on 27th April 1673 and married William Bence at Slimbridge on 1st April 1696.

 

ROBERT ORGAN, Infant Great VIII Uncle

 

Robert Organ was baptised on 26th July 1674 and was buried on 8th November 1674.

 

JOSEPH ORGAN, Great VIII Uncle

 

Joseph Organ, a twin, was baptised on 11th April 1676 and may possibly have been buried on 3rd May 1697 – ‘of Breadstone’.

 

MARY ORGAN, Great VIII Aunt

 

Mary Organ, a twin, was baptised on 11th April 1676.


 

 

 

MAURICE ORGAN II Great VII Grandfather of Richard Barton

Son of Maurice Organ I and Sarah (nee Long)
Husband of Elizabeth Carpenter
Father of Jonas Organ

Also Father of Joseph, Grace Creed, Edward, Abraham and Elizabeth

Also Husband of Mary Hadley
Also Father of Maurice and Martha

Maurice Organ II was baptised on 1st November 1659. He was the eldest son of Maurice and Sarah Organ. He married Mary Hadley on 2nd November 1682 at North Nibley and they had two children Maurice and Martha. Martha was buried in 1714 aged twenty-seven-years.

Mary Organ was buried on 13th October 1689 and she left Maurice a widower with two young children. He then married his second wife, Elizabeth Carpenter. They had six children who were baptised at North Nibley between 1689 and 1703. Maurice Organ II was buried on 20th June 1721 and his widow, Elizabeth, on 8th May 1759.

 

ELIZABETH ORGAN, Great VII Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of Jonas Carpenter and Grace nee Andrewes
Wife of Maurice Organ II
Mother of Jonas Organ I

Also Mother of Joseph, Grace Creed, Edward, Abraham and Elizabeth

Elizabeth Carpenter was baptised on 26th November 1671 at North Nibley. She was the daughter of Jonas and Grace Carpenter of North Nibley. Jonas was a broadweaver.

Elizabeth married Maurice Organ II, a widower with two young children, sometime between 1687 and 1689. They had six children who were baptised at North Nibley between 1689 and 1703. Maurice Organ II was buried at North Nibley on 20th June 1721 and his widow, Elizabeth, on 8th May 1759.

Their children were Great VII Aunts and Uncles:

MORIS ORGAN, Great VII Uncle

Moris Organ was baptised on 12th June 1684 at North Nibley. He married Mary Norton at Wotton-under-Edge on 26th June 1703.

 

MARTHA ORGAN, Great VII Aunt

Martha Organ was baptised on 3rd April 1687 at North Nibley. She was buried on 8th December 1714.

 

JOSEPH ORGAN, Great VII Uncle

Joseph Organ was baptised on 15th October 1689 at North Nibley.

 

GRACE CREED, Great VII Aunt

Grace Organ was baptised on 22nd March 1693 at North Nibley. She married James Creed on 6th February 1723.

 

JONAS ORGAN I Great VI Grandfather

Jonas Organ was baptised at North Nibley on 10th August 1696.

 

EDWARD ORGAN, Great VII Uncle

Edward Organ was baptised on 29th February 1699 at North Nibley. He married Mary Bliss on 17th August 1745 and they had children. He was buried on 27th July 1780.

 

ABRAHAM ORGAN, Great VII Uncle

Abraham Organ was baptised on 14th February 1701 at North Nibley. He married Hester Owen in 1725 and they had children. Some of their descendents are living in Watchet, Somerset. Hester was buried on 23rd April 1777.

 

ELIZABETH ORGAN, Great VII Aunt

Elizabeth Organ was baptised on 2nd February 1703 at North Nibley.

 


 

 

JONAS ORGAN I Great VI Grandfather of Richard Barton

Son of Maurice Organ and Elizabeth nee Carpenter
Husband of Frances
Father of Jonas Organ II

Also Father of Moses, John, Elizabeth (Betty) Vizard, Abraham, James and Grace Pegler

Also Husband of Ann Gillins
Also Father of James and Ann

Jonas Organ I was baptised at North Nibley on 10th August 1696. He was the fifth child of Maurice Organ and the eldest of his marriage to Elizabeth.

Jonas Organ I married Frances and they had at least seven children who were baptised at North Nibley between 1718 and 1735. Frances was buried on 19th May 1754 at North Nibley leaving her husband a widower. Jonas Organ then married Ann Gillins on 31st May 1763 at Stinchcombe. They had two children who were born in 1763 and 1765.

Jonas Organ I was buried on 18th September 1765 at North Nibley.

 

The children of Jonas Organ I and his Second Wife, Ann Gillins, were Great VI Aunts and Uncles and half brother and sister of Jonas Organ II, Great V Grandfather:

JAMES ORGAN, Great VI Uncle

James Organ was born in 1763. He married Ann Bird at Painswick on 2nd October 1792. James Organ was buried at King Stanley on 3rd December 1843 and Ann was buried there on 6th October 1835.

 

ANN ORGAN, Great VI Aunt

Ann Organ was born in 1765.

 


 

 

FRANCES ORGAN I Great VI Grandmother of Richard Barton

Wife of Jonas Organ I
Mother of Jonas Organ II

Also Mother of Moses, John, Elizabeth (Betty) Vizard, Abraham, James and Grace Pegler

Frances was married to Jonas Organ I and they had at least seven children who were baptised at North Nibley between 1718 and 1735. Frances was buried on 19th May 1754 at North Nibley leaving her husband a widower.

A Frances Cox was baptised on 1st December 1691 at North Nibley. She was the daughter of John and Frances Cox. John died in 1705 and his widow Fances died in 1728. John made a will.

The children of Jonas Organ I and his First Wife, Frances are Great VI Aunts and Uncles:

 

MOSES ORGAN, Great VI Uncle

Moses Organ was baptised on 14th December 1718 at North Nibley. He married Ann Drewe on 25th March 1744 and they had children. Ann died on 4th December, and was buried on 6th December, in 1788. Moses was buried on 28th July 1800.

 

JOHN ORGAN, Great VI Uncle

John Organ was baptised on 22nd March 1720 at North Nibley. He married Ann Warlock in 1741 but she died in 1748. He then married Mary Smith on 1st May 1749. She was baptised on 8th February 1726 and was buried on 10th April 1801. John Organ had died on 4th October 1775.

 

ELIZABETH VIZARD, Great VI Aunt

Elizabeth Organ was baptised on 26th September 1723 at North Nibley. She married Arthur Vizard on 5th June 1759. Betty died on 19th November 1778 and Arthur died on 20th January 1783.

 

JONAS ORGAN II, Great V Grandfather of Richard Barton

Jonas Organ II was baptised on 29th September 1726 at North Nibley.

 

ABRAHAM ORGAN, Great VI Uncle

Abraham Organ was baptised on 9th August 1729at North Nibley. He married Mary Coope on 17th April 1759 at North Nibley. Abraham was buried on 22nd February 1797.

 

JAMES ORGAN, Great VI Uncle

James Organ was baptised on 9th July 1732 at North Nibley. He married Mary Tiping on 18th March 1754 but they had no children. James Organ was buried on 27th August 1756.

 

GRACE PEGLER, Great VI Aunt

Grace Organ was baptised on 24th April 1735 at North Nibley. She married William Pegler on 13th September 1753.


JONAS ORGAN II, Great V Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

Son of Jonas Organ I and Frances

Husband of Susanna Trotman

Father of Susanna Perrett

 

Also Father of Jonas, Ann, Thomas, Betty Vizard, Ann Edwards, Edward, Rebecca Merritt, Isaac and Joseph

 

Also Husband of Elizabeth 

Also Father of Peter, Samuel, John, Jane Hurlestone and Martha

 

Jonas Organ II was baptised on 29th September 1726 at North Nibley. He was the fourth child and third son of Jonas and Frances Organ. Jonas married Elizabeth in about 1746, and they had at least five children who were born between 1747 and about 1754. Elizabeth was buried on 1st August 1757 leaving Jonas a widower with young children.

He then married Susanna Trotman on 17th January 1758 at North Nibley and they had at least ten children, the youngest Joseph being born in 1776.

Jonas Organ II died on 9th September 1786 at North Nibley and was buried there on 12th September. His estate was administered by his son-in-law, Edward Vizard, a clothmaker of Nibley, together with William Smith, a staymaker of Gloucester and William Trotman, a ‘hoisler’ of Gloucester. The estate was valued at less than £100.

6th August 1790 was the date of Jonas’ first administration and for some reason this was done again on 17th August 1798 after the death of his widow who had failed to carry it through.

Susanna Organ, his widow, survived him and died on 4th February 1797. She was buried at North Nibley on 7th February.

Inscription on Tombstone at North Nibley:

‘Sacred to the memory of Jonas Organ of this parish who died September 9th 1786 aged 61 years. Also of Susanna his relict who died February 4th 1797 aged 62 years. Verse. Also Joseph their son who died May 29th 1815 aged 36 years.’

Administration of Jonas Organ II:

‘Edward Vizard of North Nibley in the County and Diocese of Gloucester Clothmaker Edward Organ of the same place Yeoman, William Smith of the City of Gloucester Staymaker and William Trotman of the same City, Hoisler are held and firmly bound unto Richard, Lord Bishop of Gloucester in the Sum of Two hundred Pounds… Dated Thirteenth Day of August in the Thirty eighth Year of the Reign of George III 1798.

That if Edward Vizard and Edward Organ, above bound or legal representatives Administrators of all goods chattels and credits of Jonas Organ, late of North Nibley in the County and Diocese of Gloucester, Rug Maker deceased, unadministered by Susannah Organ his late Widow deceased …  Signed Edward Vizard, Edward Organ, Wm Smith, The mark of William Trotman.

13th August 1798 In which day personally Edward Vizard and Edward Organ and alleged that Jonas Organ late of north Nibley in the Diocese of Gloucester Rugmaker decd died intestate that administration of all and singular his goods, chattels, rights and credits was duly granted to Susannah Organ his widow That the said Susannah Organ before she had fully administrated the said goods and chattels also departed this life having first duly made and published her last will and Testament in writing and appointed the said Edward Vizard and Edward Organ the Executors thereof who have since duly proved the same will and are thereby become the representatives of the said last will and testament of the said Susannah Organ, deceased.

Whereof they pray that administration … Of all and singular the goods chattels rights and credits of the said Jonas Organ deceased left unadministered as aforesaid may be granted and committed to them on giving such good and sufficient … as in this behalf is required. Let Administration … be granted as above prayed. Thos Rudge surr. Sworn less than £100.’

Andrew Plaster, 31st May 2008:

Last time, I contacted you that I had a doubt why there was a second administration of Jonas Organ in 1798, a year after his widow Susanna’s will was proved in 1797. A few months ago, I found a reason why this happened.  As extracted from the book’s 11-page chapter 7d that I wrote:

Susanna’s will proved on 11th March 1797, was contested by her two step-sons Peter and Samuel Organ and step-daughter Jane Hurlestone of Dursley, all of whom were not mentioned in the will. A citation dated 25th March 1797 was issued to the executors Edward Organ and Edward Vizard.  An Inventory and account of the case of Organ and Hurlestone versus Organ and Vizard was drawn up on 27th April 1797.  The executors and two other people William Smith and William Trotman were granted administration of the unadministered part of the estate on 13th August 1798.

 

 

The children of Jonas Organ II and his First Wife, Elizabeth were Great V Aunts and Uncles and half brothers and sisters of Susannah Perrett, Great IV Grandmother:

PETER ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Peter Organ was born in 1747. He was Constable

 

SAMUEL ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Samuel Organ was born in 1749. He married Sarah Moody

 

JOHN ORGAN, Great V Uncle

John Organ was buried on 7th January 1753.

 

JANE HURLESTONE, Great V Aunt

Jane Organ was born in 1753. She married John Hurlestone of Dursley.

 

MARTHA ORGAN, Great V Aunt

 


SUSANNAH ORGAN Great V Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of Thomas Trotman and Susan (nee Parsley)

Wife of Jonas Organ II

Mother of Susanna Perrett

 

Also Mother of Jonas, Ann, Thomas, Betty, Ann Vizard, Edward, Rebecca Merritt, Isaac and Joseph

 

Susanna, daughter of Thomas and Susan Trotman was baptised at Stinchcombe on 22nd February 1734.

Susanna married Jonas Organ II on 17th January 1758 at North Nibley and they had at least ten children, the youngest Joseph being born in 1776.

Jonas, her husband, died on 9th September 1786 at North Nibley and was buried there on 12th September. The widow, Susanna, made her will on 25th January 1797 and died on 4th February 1797 She was buried at North Nibley on 7th February. The will was sworn at Gloucester on 11th day of March 1797. Her son, Edward Organ and her son-in-law, Edward Vizard were the joint Executors and valuation was given at less than £300.

The Will of Susanna Organ:

‘By the Permission of Almighty God, I Susanna Organ of North Nibley in the County of Gloucester Widow, being sick and weak in Body but (blessed be God) of sound disposing mind memory and understanding, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following (that is to say) First I will and direct that all my just debts and Funeral expences be fully paid and satisfied Also, I give and devise unto my son Jonas Organ all that my now erec5ted tenement or dwelling house situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid wherein he now lives with the grader ground and outlet now by him occupied therewith, and at my close piece or parcel of ground with the appurtenances called the Ragg situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid to Holy to my said son Jonas and his assigns for the term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon at the time of my decease. Also I give and devise unto my son Edward Organ and my son-in-law Edward Vizard All and every other my leasehold messuages tenements mills lands and hereditaments situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid, with their and every of their rights mom… and appurtenances, to Hold to them my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard their Executors Administrators and assigns as tenants in common for all the term or term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon respectively at the time of my decease subject nevertheless to the payment of six equal shares (the whole being divided into eight equal shares) of the full value of the same last mentioned leasehold premises unto my said son Jonas, and my son Isaac, and Joseph, and my Daughters Ann, Susanna and Rebecca respectively within six months next after my decease such valuation to be made by such person or persons as the majority of the parties interested in the premises by virtue of this my will shall choose, nominate or appoint. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ my eight day Clock, with the case weights and appurtenances belonging to the same Also I give and bequeath unto my said three sons Edward, Isaac and Joseph and my said daughter Susanna a silver table spoon each. All the rest and residue of my household goods and furniture I give and bequeath unto my said sons Edward and Joseph and my said daughter Rebecca to be equally divided between them share and share alike. And as to all the rest and residue of my goods, chattels, monies, living and dead stock, and all other my personal estate whatsoever, herein before disposed of, I hereby will and direct that an Inventory and Valuation shall be made and taken of the same as soon as conveniently may be after my decease, such valuation to be made by the same person or persons as to be chosen, nominated or appointed as aforesaid The amount of which said Inventory and Valuation (my said debts and funeral expences being first satisfied and discharged) I hereby direct shall be divided into eight equal parts or shares, and six equal parts or shares thereof I give and bequeath unto my said six children Jonas, Isaac, Joseph, Ann, Susanna, and Rebecca, and to be paid to them respectively within three months next after my decease, And the remaining two shares or parts thereof I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard to whom I do hereby constitute and appoint joint executors of this my will And  hereby revoking all and every will or wills by me at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament (the whole whereof is contained in two sheets of paper) to the first sheet thereof set my hand and to this second and last sheet thereof my hand and seal the twenty fifth day of January in the Year of Our lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven. Susanna Organ.

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the testatrix Susanna Organ as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us The mark of Hester X Perrett, Charles Whittard

11th day of March 1797 The abovementioned Edward Organ and Edward Vizard the joint Executors were duly sworn before me Thomas Rudge sur. Sworn to less than £300.’

Andrew Plaster, 31st May 2008:

Last time, I contacted you that I had a doubt why there was a second administration of Jonas Organ in 1798, a year after his widow Susanna’s will was proved in 1797. A few months ago, I found a reason why this happened.  As extracted from the book’s 11-page chapter 7d that I wrote:

Susanna’s will proved on 11th March 1797, was contested by her two step-sons Peter and Samuel Organ and step-daughter Jane Hurlestone of Dursley, all of whom were not mentioned in the will. A citation dated 25th March 1797 was issued to the executors Edward Organ and Edward Vizard.  An Inventory and account of the case of Organ and Hurlestone versus Organ and Vizard was drawn up on 27th April 1797.  The executors and two other people William Smith and William Trotman were granted administration of the unadministered part of the estate on 13th August 1798.

The children of Jonas Organ II and his Second Wife, Susanna Trotman, were Great V Aunts and Uncles:

JONAS ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Jonas Organ was baptised on 12th August 1759 at North Nibley. In 1781 he married Hannah Mason and they had children.

 

ANN ORGAN, Infant Great V Aunt

Ann Organ was baptised on 24th May 1761 at North Nibley and was buried there on 19th October 1761.

 

THOMAS ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Thomas Organ was baptised on 8th March 1763 at North Nibley.

 

BETTY VIZARD, Great V Aunt

Betty Organ was baptised on 13th May 1764 at North Nibley. She married Edward Vizard.

 

ANN EDWARDS, Great V Aunt

Ann Organ was baptised on 12th February 1766 at North Nibley. She married William Edwards on 16th September 1788 at North Nibley. Her death took place in December 1847 when she was 81 years 10 months.

 

EDWARD ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Edward Organ was baptised on 17th January 1768 at North Nibley. In 1804 he married Esther Legg.

 

SUSANNA PERRETT, Great IV Grandmother of Richard Barton

Susannah Organ was baptised on 7th January 1770 at North Nibley. She was a daughter of Jonas and Susanna Organ of North Nibley. Her father was a rug-maker of North Nibley.

 

REBECCA MERRITT, Great V Aunt

Rebecca Organ was baptised on 13th September 1772 at North Nibley. On 5th July 1802 she married Joseph Merritt.

 

ISAAC ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Isaac Organ was born in 1774. On 26th April 1796 he married Esther Carpenter at North Nibley and they had children. Esther, the daughter of Moses and Ann Carpenter, was born on 31st March 1775 at North Nibley.

 

JOSEPH ORGAN, Great V Uncle

Joseph Organ was baptised at North Nibley on 21st July 1776.

Inscription on Tombstone at North Nibley:

‘Sacred to the memory of Jonas Organ of this parish who died September 9th 1786 aged 61 years. Also of Susanna his relict who died February 4th 1797 aged 62 years. Verse. Also Joseph their son who died May 29th 1815 aged 36 years.’

 


SUSANNA PERRETT, Great IV Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of Jonas Organ II and Susannah (nee Trotman)

Wife of Abraham Perrett

Mother of William Perrett II

 

Also Mother of David, Isaac, Henry, Eli, Hannah Maria, Peter, Ann Limer, Susannah, Susannah Wilkins and Hester

Susannah Organ was baptised on 7th January 1770 at North Nibley. She was a daughter of Jonas and Susanna Organ of North Nibley. Her father was a rug-maker of North Nibley. She married Abraham Perrett at North Nibley on 26th December 1791.

Abraham and Susannah Perrett had at least eleven children born between 1792 and 1815. At least two of them – Susannah the elder and Hester died in infancy. Isaac, who was one of his eleven children, was transported to Australia in 1818 on the Hadlow.  Abraham Perrett was buried on 3rd September 1839 at North Nibley, aged sixty-nine-years. His widow, Susannah Perrett was living with their son William Perrott and his family at Break Hart Hill at the time of the 1841 census and at the time she was aged seventy years.

Susanna Perrett died on 4th February 1847 at North Nibley. She was described on her death certificate as the seventy-seven-year-old ‘Widow of Abraham Perrett, Farmer’. The cause of death was ‘Decay of Nature – not certified’. Edward Page, Registrar, registered the death on 8th February and the informant was E. Perrett of Bourn Stream, Wotton-under-Edge, who was present at the death. Susanna was buried at North Nibley on 10th February 1847, aged seventy-seven years.

 


 

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