ANDREWS FAMILY TREE
|This is the family tree of
my father Dudley John Andrews who was born on the 28th of May 1929 and
died on the 18th of April 2010 at the age of 80.
Family relationships within the tree are with regards to myself, Stephen Andrews.
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Seventh Generation (4th Great Grand Parents)
Simeon Inder & Mary Russell
Ann Inder (1821 – )
Isaac (1841 – 1911)
John Andrews (1883 – 1942)
John Henry Andrews
(1907 - 1971)
Dudley John Andrews (1929 - 2010)
Stephen Michael Andrews (1959 – )
George III (1760 -
1820) House of Hanover (1714 - 1901)
George IV (1820 -
William IV (1830 -
Victoria (1837 – 1901)
the eldest son of Samuel Inder and Hannah Priddle and was born in 1799
in East Lambrook in Kingsbury Episcopi, Somerset. He died on the 15th
of June 1880 in Martock in Somerset at the age of 81, and was buried on
the 19th of June 1880 in All Saints' Parish Churchyard in Martock and is
buried in the same grave as his son Jacob Inder, who had died in 1874.
of death was senile decay. The informant of his death was Hannah Staple
who was present at his death in Martock.
In this year, 1799;
||East Lambrook and Martock 1898 - 1900 St. James Church, East Lambrook|
later in 1821 they had a daughter, Ann who was also born in East
Lambrook. They baptised her on the 20th of May that year and Simeon was
still working as a labourer.
On the 13th
of June 1823 they celebrated the birth of another son, Jacob again in
East Lambrook and two days later on the 15th they baptised him. A
month later and Simeon was witness to the marriage of his sister, Keziah
to George Bambury on the 8th of July. Simeon signed with his mark
suggesting that he was illiterate.
later the couple christened another son, this time named after Simeon.
Simeon junior was baptised on the 10th of July 1825 in the Parish of
East Lambrook again. By now Simeon senior was working as a butcher, a
profession he was to keep for the rest of his life.
On the 14th
of October 1827 Mary gave birth to another daughter, Matilda in
Martock. At present it has not been possible to find a baptism for her.
So between the births of Simeon and Matilda the family had moved to
later on the 7th of November 1829 the couple had another son, Walter who
the christened in Martock on the 6th of January the following year,
probably in All Saints' Church. In between time on the 8th of
December 1829 Simeon was witness to another wedding, this time for his
sister Jane to John Napper, and again he signed with his mark.
Directory of 1830 shows that Simeon was one of four butchers in Martock
along with James Gale, John Gale and John Parker.
describes Martock at this time as;
MARTOCK is an extensive and
respectable village and hundred of itself, about two miles and a half
from South Petherton; situated in a flat and agricultural country, and
enlivened by the river Parret, which passes through the village. It was
of some consequence, at one period, in the manufacture of fine
description of gloves, which is now much reduced. The place is said to
derive its name from Mart and Oak, a market being formerly held under an
oak tree, in the centre of town, long since removed, and a fluted stone
column, a model of the celebrated pillar of Trajan, erected on its
site. Wyndham Gooden, Esq. is the lord of the manor, and hold a court-leet
in October. The church is a large and elegant structure, having a
superb altar-piece. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the Dean
and Chapter of Wells. An independent and Armenian chapel are the other
places of worship. An annual fair is held on the 21st August. The
population of the parish and hundred, by the census of 1821, was 2,560.
On the 12th of August 1832 the
couple baptised another son, Samuel, once again in Martock.
Unfortunately within a year, on the 8th of February 1833, Simeon and
Mary buried their son Simeon in Martock, he was just seven years old.
In 1834 the couple had another
daughter, Ellen and on the 12th of October 1834 in Martock Simeon and
Mary baptised her.
Three years after the death of
Simeon junior the couple had another son and also called him Simeon.
They baptised him on the 13th of November 1836 in Martock and almost
three years later on the 8th of September 1839, Simeon and Mary
christened their last child, Charles.
In Bragg’s Directory
of 1840, Simeon Inder is running the Butchers Arms in North Street in
Martock. Whether it was a case of him naming the pub or not it is
an appropriate name.
The 27th of May 1841 saw Simeon
and Mary celebrating the marriage of their daughter Ann to Henry Isaac
in the Parish Church in Martock.
would have been heavily pregnant at the time of the wedding as her
daughter, Elizabeth was born just one month later.
The census that was taken on the
6th of June 1841 shows that the family of Simeon and Mary and their
children aged from 20 to 2 years old, though Luke was actually 22, are
in North Street in Martock. Simeon was still working as a butcher at
All Saints' Church, Martock
|Pigot’s Directory of 1842 now shows that Simeon was one of five butchers in Martock along with Edward Culliford, John Gale, Luke Inder, his son, and John Inder who is possibly a relative although any family connection is yet to be found, but in other directories he is listed as Indoe. Also Pigot’s lists Simeon as a retailer of beer. Pigot’s now describes Martock at this time as; MARTOCK is an extensive and respectable village and hundred of itself, about two miles and a half from South Petherton, and four and a half s.w. by w. from Ilchester; situated in a flat and agricultural country, and enlivened by the river Parret, which passes through the village. It was of consequence, at one period, in the manufacture of fine description of gloves, which has quite fallen into decay: the inhabitants are now chiefly employed in agriculture. The place is said to derive its name from Mart and Oak, a market being formerly held under an oak tree, in the centre of town, long since removed, and a fluted stone column, a model of the celebrated pillar of Trajan, occupies its site. The lord of the manor (Wyndham Gooden, Esq.) holds a court-leet in October. The church of All Saints, is a large and elegant structure, having a superb altar-piece and a fine embattled tower. The living is a vicarage, in the gift of the dean and chapter of Wells. There are two chapels for dissenters, and a free grammar school, founded with a small endowment in 1661, by a person named Strode. An annual fair is held on the 21st August. In 1831 the population of the parish was 2841, and in 1841, 3025. On the 19th of February 1844 the couple had the sad task of burying their youngest child, Charles in Martock. He had passed away the day before at the young age of five. In 1847 Simeon was still working as a butcher but by now he had expanded his interests and was also a publican at the Butcher’s Arms in Martock. It also appears that he had a transport business. In June of that year Mary sadly died. However just six months later Simeon, now 48 years-old had remarried. He married 45 year-old widow Ann Horwood on the 13th of December in All Saints' Parish Church in Martock. Ann, nee Locock, had previously been married William Horwood. The marriage certificate gives both ages as full and neither father is given, perhaps they were both deceased as Simeon’s father Samuel had died in 1837. Simeon’s profession is given as Butcher and there is no mention of being a publican. A couple of months later on the 17th of August Simeon’s 24 year-old son, Jacob married 22 year-old Mary Elliott in Martock. The couple went on to have eight children.|
Hunt & Co.’s Directory gave the following information and confirmation
that Simeon was involved in the transport business from North Street in
HUNT & CO.'S 1850
DIRECTORY & TOPOGRAPHY
OF THE TOWN OF MARTOCK AND SOUTH
“in all places, where there are
objects worthy of detail or observation, there should be a short printed
Directory, for the use of the stranger.” Dr.Johnson.
is a hundred of itself, 4 1/2 miles S.W. by W. from Ilchester, and 2 1/2
miles from South Petherton, it is a very extensive village, and the high
respectability of the inhabitants, and its immediate neighbourhood,
combined with the beauties of the surrounding country, render it a most
agreeable place of residence, it is situated in an agricultural
district, and within a radius of its parish church there are 67
parishes, with an aggregate population according to the census of 1841,
of 5114 inhabitants, its own population being at the same time 3025.
The principal street is wide, at
one end is situated the Hall and the fluted stone column - a model of
Trajan's pillar - at the other end stands the church; this building is
an elegant and handsome gothic structure, possessing a fine tower, nor
is the interior less worthy of admiration, its elaborate roof of fretted
carved oak, with its splendid altar-piece is very beautiful, it is in
exceeding good preservation, and kept in excellent repair, the living is
a gift of the Dean and Chapter of Wells.
Opposite the chancel end of the
church a handsome stone building has been erected, as a National School
for boys and girls, there is also an endowed Grammar School.
The river Parret separates Martock
from the neighbouring town and parish of South Petherton, and its north
western extremity is bounded by the river Ivel, the former is navigable
to Bridgewater, and affords facilities for an extensive trade in coals,
timber, slate, &c., in the village are chapels for dissenting
congregations; a fair takes place annually on the 21st of August.
Martock hundred consist of an area
of 7302 acres of highly productive land, 500 0f which are orchard.
COACHES, OMNIBUS, VANS, &c.
Bridgewater, Hunt's Omnibus, from the George Inn, Martock, Mon. and Thurs. at 7 a.m.;
Bristol, Perry's Wagon, from the George Inn, Martock, Mon. at 6 a.m.;
Taunton, Fairy Mail Coach, daily, from the White Heart, Martock, 9 30 a.m.;
and Ford's Waggon, from the George Inn, Martock, every Tues. Thurs. and Sat. at 10 a.m.
Taunton, Yeovil, Bridgewater, and Petherton, Inder's Omnibus, from North Street, Martock, daily, at 4 p.m.; Scott's Wagon, from the Crown, South Petherton, Wed. and Sat.
Yeovil, Fairy Mail Coach, daily, from the White Hart, Martock, at 4 30 p.m.; and Crocker's Van, to all parts of the kingdom, from the Crown Inn, South Petherton, (time uncertain). The following years edition in 1851 of Hunt & Co.’s Directory shows that there are six butchers now in Martock. Including Simeon they are Edward Culliford, Luke Inder, Walter Inder, John Indoe and William Paine. It is quite possible that John Indoe may have been John Inder in the Pigot’s Directory.
On the 1851 census Simeon’s wife, Ann is given as being
aged 49 and a butchers wife. The couple are still living in North Street
in Martock with Simeon’s sons, Samuel and Simeon and his daughter
Ellen. Samuel is classed as an assistant, presumably Simeon’s and Young
Simeon, aged 14 it is difficult to read his occupation, but it appears
to be ‘assistant to his father’. Ellen is an apprentice dressmaker.
|London Gazette January 17 1862 Simeon Inder, of Saint Mary Street, in the town and county of Southampton, and late of Martock, in the county of Somerset, Licensed Victualler, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Hampshire, holden at Southampton, on the 6th day of January, 1862, is hereby required to surrender himself to Mr. A. S. Thorndike, Registrar of the said Court, at the first meeting of creditors to be held before the said Registrar, on the 3rd day of February next, at one o'clock in the afternoon precisely, at the said Court, Mr. Andrew Snape Thorndike, of Southampton, is the Official Assignee, and Mr. William Henry Mackey, of Manchester Street, Southampton, is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy.|
|London Gazette August 19 1864 Simeon Inder, of Martock, in the county of Somerset, Butcher's Assistant, late a Prisoner for Debt in the County Gaol at Taunton, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Somersetshire, holden at Yeovil, on the 9th day of August, 1864, is hereby required to surrender himself to John Batten, Esq., a Registrar of the said Court, at the first meeting of creditors to be held before the said Registrar, on the 2nd day of September next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely, at the County Court Office, in Yeovil. John Batten, Esq., of Yeovil, is the Official Assignee, and Sidney Watts, Gentleman, of Yeovil, is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy.|
|London Gazette September 6 1864 Simeon Inder, of Martock, in the county of Somerset, Butcher's Assistant, and late a Prisoner for Debt in the County Gaol at Taunton, having been adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, filed in the County Court of Somersetshire, holden at Yeovil, on the 9th day of August, 1864, a public sitting, for the said bankrupt to pass his Last Examination, and make application for his Discharge, will be held at the said Court, at the Townhall, Yeovil, on the 27th day of September instant,- at eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said bankrupt to surrender. John Batten, Esq., of Yeovil, is the Official Assignee, and Sidney Watts, Gentleman of Yeovil, is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy.|
|In 1866 news reached home that Matilda had died on the 21st of May that year in Ross in Tasmania, she was just 38 years old. She was buried in the Ross Anglican Cemetery. An inscription on the grave says that she was born in 1829 and was 37 at the time of her death. A year later and Simeon's daughter Ellen had died at the age of 33 on the 26th of January 1867 in Sale in Victoria, Australia. It seems that Ellen’s married life was full of tragedy as Ellen and her husband had three children, Simeon John Inder Napper (1863 – 1863), Augustus Charles Napper (1864 – 1865) and Mary Jane Napper (1866 – 1867) who all died at about the age of one. In 1868 Simeon was widowed a second time when his wife Ann died. She was buried in Martock on the 6th of May at the age of 66, though the burial register says that she was 64. The Parish registers for Martock show that Simeon Inder, widower and Elizabeth Hale, widow had their marriage banns read on the 13th, 20th and 27th of December 1868 in preparation for their marriage the following year on the 5th of January. This was Simeon’s third marriage and he was 70 years-old at the time and Elizabeth, whose maiden name was Grinter, was 60 years-old. Although the marriage banns say that he was 68 and she was 60 years-old.|
|Just a few months later his old housekeeper and his son Jacob and grandson Charles were involved in a court case. Western Gazette 09 April 1869 County Petty Sessions, Wednesday – Before G. Harbin, Esq. (Chairman), Capt. F. Messiter, F. M. Eastment, Esq., and A. Wood, Esq. - Jacob Inder, Mary Inder, his wife, and Charles Inder, his son, all of Martock, were summoned by Sarah Richards, for an assault on March 9th. Mr. Jolliffe prosecuted, and Mr. S. Watts defended. This case occupied the attention for a considerable time, but the facts may be briefly stated as follow: - Complainant had acted as housekeeper for Mr. Simeon Inder, of Martock, father of Jacob Inder, for about six months, until the old gentleman married again in January last. Considerable ill-feeling arose between complainant and defendants, and foul expressions had been freely used towards Mrs. Richards. On the day in question, complainant went to Mr. Simeon Inder’s house, where she met Mrs. Mary Inder. A row took place between them, and complainant was pushed out of the house by the male defendants. When she was outside the house, Jacob Inder threw a dirty mat at her. Complainant had her clothes torn, her body was bruised, and her left arm was injured. Simeon Inder, Emma Keirle, Mrs. Jane Pulman, Hannah Marie Pulman, and Mrs. Mary Elliott were called to support the case. For the defence, Mrs. Elizabeth Inder was called to prove the complainant had used threatening language towards Charles Inder. Defendants were fined £2, including costs.|
In 1871 Simeon and Elizabeth are
living on North Street in Martock and Simeon was now classed as a master
butcher. Simeon must be doing well as the couple are now in a position to
have a domestic servant, Sarah Ann Holly aged 14.
|Noted events in his life were: * Living: 7th November 1818, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Luke. * Occupation: 7th November 1818, labourer, from the baptism of Luke. * Living: 20th May 1821, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Ann. * Occupation: 20th May 1821, labourer, from the baptism of Ann. * Living: 10th July 1825, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Simeon junior. * Occupation: 10th July 1825, butcher, from the baptism of Simeon junior. * Occupation: 1830, butcher, from Pigot’s Directory. * Occupation: 6th January 1830, butcher, from the baptism of Walter. * Occupation: 12th August 1832, butcher, from the baptism of Samuel. * Living: 13th November 1836, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 13th November 1836, Butcher, from the baptism of Simeon. * Occupation: 8th September 1839, Butcher, from the baptism of Charles. * Occupation: 1840, publican, Butcher’s Arms, Martock, Somerset. Bragg's Directory. * Living: 1841, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 27th May 1841, butcher, from marriage certificate of Henry Isaac and Ann Inder. * Occupation: 2nd September 1841, butcher, from marriage certificate of Luke and Mary Ann Gale. * Occupation: 1842, butcher, from Pigot’s Directory. * Occupation: 1842, retailer of beer, from Pigot’s Directory. * Occupation: 1847, butcher. * Occupation: 1847, publican, Butcher’s Arms, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1847, Transport & Carrier Business. * Occupation: 17th August 1847, Butcher, from marriage certificate of Jacob Inder and Mary Elliott * Living: 1851, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1851, butcher. * Occupation: 4th February 1855, butcher, from marriage certificate of Walter Inder and Ann Cribb. * Living: 1861, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1861, butcher. * Living: 1871, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1871, master butcher.|
|Simeon married Mary Ann Russell on the 15th of May 1818 in Kingsbury Episcopi, Somerset. Children from this marriage were: i. Luke Inder – (1/11/1818 – 1858) ii. Ann Inder – (1821 - ) iii. Jacob Inder – (13/6/1823 – Dec 1874) iv. Simeon Inder – (1825 – 1833) v. Matilda Inder – (14/10/1827 – 21/5/1866) vi. Walter Inder – (7/11/1829 – 5/7/1891) vii. Samuel Inder – (12/8/1832 – 1915) viii. Ellen Inder – (1834 – 1867) ix. Simeon Inder – (1836 – 1918) x. Charles Inder – (1839 – 18/2/1844)|
|Mary Russell Mary was born about 1799 in Somerset and died in April 1847 in Martock in Somerset. On August 11th 1799 there is a baptism for ‘Mary Daughter of Isaac & Sarah Russell’ in Wincanton in Somerset. This is about 20 miles east from Kingsbury Episcopi, where she married, and throws a bit of doubt as to whether she is the daughter of Isaac Russell and Sarah Winter. However she is the only Mary Russell that can be traced around this area at the moment. But there is also a record of the marriage in Laverton in Somerset which is about 25 miles north of Wincanton, about 45 miles from Kingsbury Episcopi. Her death is recorded as; April May June 1847, Yeovil Volume 10, Page 428. The burial register for the Parish of Martock states that Mary was living in Martock, presumably in North Street, at the time of her death and that she was buried on the 20th of April 1847 at the age of 50. This suggests that she was born in 1797. * Living: 7th November 1818, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Luke. * Living: 20th May 1821, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Ann. * Living: 10th July 1825, East Lambrook, Somerset, from the baptism of Simeon junior. * Living: 13th November 1836, Martock, Somerset. * Living: 1841, North Street, Martock, Somerset.|
|Simeon remarried twice following the death of Mary Russell. Ann Locock Ann is the daughter of Aaron Locock and Mary Ashelford and was born in 1802 in Martock. She was baptised on the 14th of February that year in Martock. Ann died in 1868 and was buried on the 6th of May in Martock at the age of 66, though the burial register says that she was 64. She is also known as Nancy Ann. On the 24th of February 1822 Ann married William Horwood in All Saints Parish Church in Martock. Both William and Ann signed the marriage certificate with their marks, which could also explain why her surname is given as Lowcock. Ann was widowed in 1844 and her husband William was buried on the 18th of December in Martock. Three years later Ann married Simeon on the 15th of December 1847 in Martock. On the marriage certificate both are given as living in Martock and neither father is given. Noted events in her life were: * Living: 1851, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Living: 1861, North Street, Martock, Somerset.|
|Elizabeth Grinter (1809 – ) Elizabeth is the daughter of Henry Grinter, a farmer, and Elizabeth. She was born in 1809 in Muchelney in Somerset and christened on the 13th of June 1810 in Muchelney. Elizabeth had previously married William Hale (1808 – 1847) on the 29th of July 1839 in the Parish Church in Hannington in Wiltshire. Both Elizabeth and William were working as servants. On the 4th of January 1847 Elizabeth’s first husband was buried in Wiltshire. Over twenty years later on the 5th of January 1869 Elizabeth married Simeon in Martock. She was 60 at the time of the wedding and was known as Elizabeth Hale, a widow aged 60. On the certificate her father is given as Henry Grinter. Noted events in her life were: * Living: 29th of July 1839, Hannington, Wiltshire. * Occupation: 29th of July 1839, Servant.|
Simeon Inder junior (1836 – 1918)
Simeon Inder junior was eleven years old when his mother died and when his
father remarried. Simeon Senior besides running a butchers shop, also had
the Butchers Arm's and also had a local transport & carrier business.
As a child Simeon junior would have been versed in all these businesses.
census shows him as living with his father and at 14 years old his
profession is shown as 'assisting his father'.
The 1871 census shows the family living in North Street in Martock, but again Simeon is not registered as being at home. The eldest son William, now aged 15 is shown as being a brewers clerk and the second son John, now aged 14 as a solicitors general clerk. Simeon appears to be lodging in the St. George area of London and working as a clerk. The 1881 census shows the family as having moved to St Mary, Islington, London. Here Simeon's occupation is given as commercial traveller. As he started his work career as an agent for the railway, this would have been of a travelling salesman nature. This probably explains why he was not at home in either the 1861 or 1871 censuses. In this 1881 census it shows his oldest son, William, as being married with three children and employed as a railways accounts collector. His second son, John, is listed as the same profession as his father, a commercial traveller; his first daughter Hannah as a master mariners wife; his third son Harry as a compositor; his second daughter Ellen as a dressmaker; his fourth son, Simeon, as railways clerk and his third daughter Susan as a scholar.
In 1891, Simeon and Mary Jane, are shown as living at Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, in Hertfordshire and his profession as Brewery Manager. In 1901, Simeon and Mary Jane, are shown as living at Eagle Hall, High Street, Southgate, London and his profession as a Wine, Spirits and Beer Merchant.
Mary Jane Inder's death is recorded in Hackney, London in late 1910 and Simeon's death is recorded in Islington, London in early 1918. Noted events in his life were: * Living: 1841, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Living: 1851, North Street, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1851, assistant to father. * Living: 11th May 1855, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 11th May 1855, goods agent. * Living: 26th January 1857, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset. * Occupation: 26th January 1857, innkeeper. * Occupation: 1859, publican, George Inn, Martock, Somerset. Bristol Post Office Directory & Gazette. * Living: 4th March 1860, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 4th March 1860, publican. * Living: 22nd June 1862, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 22nd June 1862, carrier. * Living: 23rd February 1864, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 23rd February 1864, carrier. * Living: 25th December 1865, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 25th December 1865, railway carrier. * Living: 1st August 1867, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 1st August 1867, railway carrier. * Living: 20th June 1869, Martock, Somerset. * Occupation: 20th June 1869, clerk. * Lodging: 1871, St. George, London. * Occupation: 1871, clerk. * Occupation: 11th January 1876, traveller. Wedding of William Brown. * Living: 1881, Birbeck Road, Islington, London. * Occupation: 1881, commercial traveller. * Occupation: 1st June 1881, commercial traveller. Wedding of John Brown. * Occupation: 6th June 1885, traveller. Wedding of daughter Ellen Blanche. * Occupation: 13th September 1887, manager. Wedding of son Simeon. * Living: 1891, Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. * Occupation: 1891, brewer's manager. * Occupation: 6th October 1892, traveller. Wedding of daughter Susan Kate. * Occupation: 12th August 1895, traveller. Wedding of William Brown. * Living: 1901, Eagle Hall, High Street, Southgate, Enfield, London. * Occupation: 1901, wines, spirits and beer merchant, working from home on own account.
|7th Generation||8th Generation||9th Generation|
|4th Great Grandparents||5th Great Grandparents||6th Great Grandparents|
|Joseph Inder (1730 - 1789)|
|Samuel Inder (9/4/1763 - 1838)|
|Elizabeth Bristow (1730 - )|
|Simeon Inder (1799 - 15/6/1880)|
|Henry Priddle (1738 - 16/7/1789)|
|Hannah Priddle (1779 - 4/5/1866)|
|Anna Thomas* (1744 - 1819)|
|Isaac Russell (1736 - 1772)|
|Isaac Russell (1768 - )|
|Molly Mary Hayward (1736 - 3/8/1818)|
|Mary Russell (1797 - 1847)|
|Benjamin Winter (1747 - 1786)|
|Sarah Winter (1776 - )|
|Elizabeth Pond (1756 - 1838)|