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Family of John EPWORTH and Ann THOMPSON

Husband: John EPWORTH (1714-1781)
Wife: Ann THOMPSON (1705-1754)
Children: Benjamin EPWORTH ( - )
Joseph EPWORTH (1749-1798)
Mary EPWORTH ( - )
Marriage 8 May 1744 Clayworth, Nottinghamshire., England1
Wiseton Notts., (Also got Clayworth 1 and a half miles away), England, also got May 10th

Husband: John EPWORTH

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John EPWORTH, 1744, age 30, John son of William Epworth Apprenticed in 1744 from list 1763 to 1774

Name: John EPWORTH1
Sex: Male
Father: William EPWORTH (1683- )
Mother: Bridget BROADHEAD ( -1751)
Birth 31 Aug 1714 Morthen, Rotherham, Yorkshire West Riding, England
Baptism 19 Sep 1714 (age 0)
Occupation Farmer
Death 31 Aug 1781 (age 67) Wales, Yorkshire, England1
Monica Ref. A3

Wife: Ann THOMPSON

Name: Ann THOMPSON1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 17051
Death 3 Mar 1754 (age 49) Tickhill, Yorkshire, England1
Burial 16 Mar 1754 Tickhill, Yorkshire, England
Tickhill, St Mary
NBI
Monica Ref. A5

Child 1: Benjamin EPWORTH

Name: Benjamin EPWORTH1
Sex: Male
Own Ref: A11

Child 2: Joseph EPWORTH

Name: Joseph EPWORTH1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Ann Hobson (1753-1822)
Birth 19 Jan 1749 sheffield, Yorkshire West Riding, England2
Birth "19 January 1748/1749"
Baptism "4 March 1748/1749"
Occupation 1776 (age 26-27) Yeoman; Sheffield, Yorkshire West Riding, England
West Bar Green, Whites Close, now called White Croft
Assignment of a lease in trust TT/121/3 7 Mar 1776. Contents:
William Hobson, of Sheffield, filecutter, to Joseph Epworth, of Sheffield, yeoman, and his wife, Ann, the dau. of William Hobson, and their trustee, William Brightmore, of Sheffield, merchant. The leasehold premises of TT/121/1 and TT/121/2, and 4 houses in West Bar Green held by Hobson from the Trustees. For £26 paid by Epworth to Hobson and Hobsons love of the Epworths.
Occupation btw 7 Mar 1776 and 15 Jul 1794 (age 27-45) Victualler; Sheffield, Yorkshire West Riding, England
The Cricket Players Pub, West Bar Green.
Leashold given to Joseph by Father in Law William Hobson in 1776, sold in 1794 when "now used as public house called the Cricket Players with the adjacent brewhouse and stable"
West Bar Green started at the end of Solly Street, and reference to White Croft and Sims croft makes it likely location
Occupation 1787 (age 37-38) Victualler; Sheffield, Yorkshire West Riding, England
Lambert's Croft, Westbar Green
Residing at Lambert (Lambert's) Croft. Recorded in: Gales & Martin Directory of Sheffield - 1787.
Death 15 Jul 1798 (age 49) Sheffield, Yorkshire West Riding, England1
Monica Ref. A9

Child 3: Mary EPWORTH

Name: Mary EPWORTH2
Sex: Female

Note on Husband: John EPWORTH (1)

"Joseph" in Exercise book, Monica said "John"

Note on Husband: John EPWORTH (2)

Possible Apprentice "17/114 1744 Epworth Jn s of Wm of Thriburgh Yks to Jn Frame of Doncaster bu £8 8/"

Note on Wife: Ann THOMPSON (1)

There is another Ann Thompson born 1705, from Maltby (the same area) who married a Joseph Windsor Dec 1 1726 at Wath upon Dearne Yorkshire, and gave birth to his last child in 1736, so could have married John Epworth in 1744. (from Genes Reunites Philip Hands). Morthen to Maltby is about 4 miles.

Note on Wife: Ann THOMPSON (2)

"She was originally married to my relative John Windsor in 1726 at Wath upon Dearne". email from Gordon Crompton.

Sources

1"From Monica Nicholson". Text From Source: Date of Import: 11 Jan 2003
2Ibid.