Wednesday, November 20, 2013

General Discussion > Binch in Papplewick, Kirkby in Ashfield, Lindby and Bleasby

brian cerato

I moved some of your data to the topic Thomas Binch 1764this will help with an answer to the question posted there


HiI am new to this forum. I am descended from Thomas Binch b. c.1674, via his son Thomas and granddaughter Mary who married Vincent Saxton.Visiting the Nottingham archives last week. I confirmed from the Papplewick transcripts that a Thomas Binch married Mary Hodson in Papplewick."Thomas Binch and Mary Hodson both of Linby were married September 12th 1695 "There was also a burial for Mary Binch in Linby on 9th January 1696. This may or may not be Thomas's wife, but fits in well with a possible remarriage to Elizabeth Hall in Feb 97/98.Kirkby in Ashfield Parish Register (quite close to Linby and Papplewick)Joanes Binch sepultus fuit Dec 18th 1666 ---John Binch was buriedThomas ye sonne of William Binch was borne Jan 30th 1658Maria uxor Gulielmi Binch sepulta est Sept 27th 1676Mary wife of William Binch was buried September 27 1676Gulielmus Binch et Maria Bradbury nupti fuerunt Oct 10th 1678William Binch and Mary Bradbury were marriedMaria filia Gulielmi Binch et Mariae uxoris baptista fuit Nov X 1678Mary daughter of William Binch and Mary his wife was baptised Nov 10th 1678Samuel filius Gulielmus Binch biduo post partum sepultus fuit December 7th 1681 Samuel son of William Binch was buried 2 days after birth.At this point I ran out of time.I had earlier in the day found a lease dated "ye 4 daye of November in ye 21 yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lady Elizabethe "etc. to Thomas Bennet transferring a property " known by the name of ye Hall Situate in Bleasbye within ye said countye of Nottingham nowe or Lately in ye tenure or occupacion of one Willyam Binckes alias Bynche or his assignes with all Landes, Medowes, Pastures, Comens, closses, commodities, proffytes, easements, advanteges and other hereditaments Whatsoever with their appurtenances to ye same Capetall mesuaege, Farme or Tenement belongynge or in anye wise apertenynge or to or with ye same now used and occupyed, sett, Lyinge and beinge within ye townes, fyldes, hamletes, parishis and presinctes of Bleasbye aforesaid, etc."This of course may have nothing to do with our branch of the Binch family.RegardsBarbara

No comments:

Post a Comment