William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge (General)

by sianb, England, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 11:42 (447 days ago)

Can anyone help with the following please.
William Puckmore yeoman of Pauntley married Ann Loveridge 3 May 1689 in Oxenhall, although the record states that her residence was also Pauntley. What was the connection to Oxenhall, why marry there?
Also, can anyone find a baptismal record for her which would probably be about 1670? I have trawled the internet in all the usual places and can find nothing.

(To confuse the issue, I have also found another Anne Loveridge marrying into the Hooper family in 1690.)

William and Ann Puckmore had children Ann in 1690 and Hannah 1691.
Thank you.
Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 12:24 (447 days ago) @ sianb

There is a previous thread on this family

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Assume you belong to Ancestry (or have a copy of the Will + Inventory of William PUCKMORE of Pauntley dated 1730)

Talks about his children Hannah (HILL) and Ann HAWKINS + grandchildren - so his wife is obviously dead.


Towards the end he talks about John LOVERIDGE the Elder and John LOVERIDGE of younger of Pauntley (as Trustees) and a William LOVERIDGE was a witness - so family connections here.

Forest of Dean Records


Hannah PUCKMORE of Pauntley

married

Thomas HILL of Dymock

9 November 1715

at Oxenhall


and again the same couple


(same day) - 9 November 1715

Thomas HILL
married
Hannah PUCKMORE

at Dymock

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 15:55 (447 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Thank you for replying MPGriffiths.

Yes, I have all the information on this family, sister, father's gravestone information etc apart from answers to the two questions that I asked.
I have seen the acual record of Wiliam and Ann's marriage in the Parish records for Oxenhall, but have no idea why they would marry there or why it is also recorded in Dymock when the marriage took place in Oxenhall and they both lived in Pauntley.

I wondered if either of them had been married before as he was in his 40's and as I can find no record of her birth, may be she is older than I had anticipated.

I can find no record of her burial either.
Always more questions to answer :-)

Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 16:15 (447 days ago) @ sianb

?

As Hannah PACKMORE married at Dymock in 1715

?

was her Mother: Ann PACKMORE the one buried at Dymock 14.3. 1719/1720


Appears to be farmers marrying to keep land in the families.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 19:27 (447 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

I have Anne Lov(e)ridge m (3/5/1689) William Puckmore Yeoman of Pauntley he bpt 17/3/1645 Pauntley and buried 7/10/1729.
I have only two more references to Ann, when her children are baptised in Pauntley - Ann (23/4/1690) and Hannah (17/11/1691).
I would dearly like to find a baptismal reference for the MOTHER nee Ann Lovridge and also her burial record as Ann Puckmore. The Dymock burial on 14/3/1719 is possible, but again, why not Pauntley which is where the family lived?

Thank you for the help which I've already been given. I'm sure you're correct that it's farming families consolodating land.

Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by ChrisW @, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 17:45 (447 days ago) @ sianb

Hi Sian

Perhaps some work was being done on Pauntley Church at the time and they couldn't use it?

Regards
ChrisW

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 19:28 (447 days ago) @ ChrisW

Good idea, I'll have another look at the records, but there don't seem to be any gaps.

Thank you

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by probinson @, S. Oxon, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 21:01 (446 days ago) @ sianb

They may have been living as man and wife previously, hence them both coming from Pauntley, and they wanted to marry out of the area so no one knew.

I've got exactly the same situation in my tree. In that case, the couple had already had one child so probably didn't want anyone to know they weren't married and so they married in the next county.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Wednesday, July 26, 2017, 10:44 (446 days ago) @ sianb

Well, I'm tentatively hoping that I've solved the problem. I have discovered an Anne Loveridge baptised in Dymock in 1655 daughter of Richard Loveridge and I've also discovered a burial of an Anne Packmore of Dymock in Pauntley on March 1st 1738. (both records from Ancestry)

I had assumed she predeceased her husband William Puckmore (buried 1629)as she is not mentioned in his will, but have no evidence as yet.

I'm still not 100% certain though. I'm on the look out for wills.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Saturday, July 29, 2017, 12:23 (443 days ago) @ sianb

From this site I presume this is the Anne PUCKMORE referred to,

Record_ID: 211668
Entry_Number:
Year: 1739
Month: Mar
Day: 1
Surname: PUCKMORE
Forenames: Anne
Residence: Dimock
Age_at_death:
Officiating_Minister: John Pauncefoot min
Event: Burial
Cause_of_death:
Memoranda:
Notes: Old style date 1738/9
Register_Reference: P246 IN 1/1
Page_No: 65
Parish_Chapel: Pauntley

On Ancestry is the will of Anne Puckmore of the Parish of Dymock in the County of Gloucester, Widdow, dated 02/11/1731. In it she mentions daughters Joan HAYWARD and Anne B??? and son, John PUCKMORE. She also mentions a legacy from “Alexander WOOD, my brother”. The will was proved on 15/03/1739 with John PUCKMORE as the sole executor.

The accompanying inventory was taken by Richard and John LOVERIDGE but dated 07/03/1739-40.

Because of this I wonder if this was Anne WOOD. She may have been the wife of Edward PUCKMORE,

Record_ID 73265
Entry_Number
Year 1680
Month Jan
Day 17
Grooms_Surname PUCKMORE
Grooms_Forenames Edward
Grooms_Age
Groom_Condition
Grooms_Occupation
Grooms_Residence
Grooms_Fathers_Surname
Grooms_Fathers_Forenames
Grooms_Fathers_Occupation
Brides_Surname WOOD
Brides_Forenames Anne
Brides_Age
Brides_Condition
Brides_Occupation
Brides_Residence
Brides_Fathers_Surname
Brides_Fathers_Forenames
Brides_Fathers_Occupation
Licence_or_Banns
Date_of_Banns
Signature_or_Mark
Witness_1
Witness_2
Other_Witnesses
Officiating_Minister
Event Marriage
Memoranda
Notes Old style year 1679/80
Register_Reference P246 IN 1/1
Page_Number 46
Parish_Chapel Pauntley

This looks like Edward’s burial,

Record_ID 211610
Entry_Number
Year 1721
Month Apr
Day 23
Surname PUCKMORE
Forenames Edward
Residence Dimock
Age_at_death
Officiating_Minister John Pauncefoot min
Event Burial
Cause_of_death
Memoranda
Notes
Register_Reference P246 IN 1/1
Page_No 61
Parish_Chapel Pauntley
Soundex P256

Although there seem to be anomalies with the dates I can’t see another Anne PUCKMORE who fits the bill.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Monday, July 31, 2017, 11:17 (441 days ago) @ Mike Pinchin

Thanks for this Mike. I had seen both the records and was quite excited until I saw the children's names on the will.

The Ann Lov(e)ridge I'm looking for had two children with William Puckmore - Ann 1690 and Hannah 1691 - 1751.
Both of these daughters are mentioned in father William Puckmore's (1645-1729)will. Ann married John Hankins of Dymock and Hannah married Thomas Hill of Dymock

Thank you for your help.

Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Tuesday, August 08, 2017, 21:29 (432 days ago) @ Mike Pinchin

Hi. I have an Anne Wood in my tree; she married my direct ancestor John Loveridge the younger.

Anne Wood of Newent, born 1706 Newent, died 08/04/1740 Pauntley, married 02/10/1740 in Pauntley John Loveridge the younger, Gentleman of Aylesmore, Pauntley (on the boundaries between Pauntley, Dymock and Newent parishes) and Churchwarden in Pauntley; he was born 1702 Pauntley but baptised in Newent and died 11/02/1764 Pauntley.

John Loveridge

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Sunday, April 15, 2018, 16:10 (183 days ago) @ Mike Pinchin

Hi Mike,

I've just been looking at this again and it does look very likely, I agree. Back to the drawing board again for me with William Puckmore's Ann Loveridge.
Thanks
Sian

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by MPGriffiths @, Sunday, April 15, 2018, 17:26 (183 days ago) @ sianb

Held at
The National Archives, Kew

Date: 1733

Reference: C 11/1877/169

Short Title: WILLIAMS v WILSE
Document type: Bill only


PLAINTIFFS

Rachael WILLIAMS (widow and Executrix of John WILLIAMS, cordwainer deceased, late of Epney, Gloucester, who was the son, executor and residuary legatte of Elizabeth WILLIAMS, deceased, who was a daughter of Ann WOOD, deceased, late of Pauntley, Gloucestershire), Ann PUCKMORE of Dimock, Gloucestershire (widow of Edward PUCKMORE deceased, and a daughter of said Ann WOOD, and administratrix of Alexander WOOD, deceased).

DEFENDENTS

Thomas WILSE and Ann WILSE his wife and John LLOYD


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The Will of Alexander WOOD of Pauntley 1675, is very clear to read

Sons:

William
Thomas
Alexander


daughters: Ann, Elizabeth and Joana

Wife: Anne


witnesses: William LOVERIDGE, John LOVERIDGE and Abra MORSE


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? Burial at Dymock 14 March 1720: Ann PUCKMORE

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Ann LOVERIDGE married in 1689, but only had two children

? was Ann LOVERIDGE around 42 when she married

i.e. Baptism at Dymock - 20 November 1647, father: William

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Monday, April 16, 2018, 16:35 (182 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

This is great. Thank you. It confirmas that the Ann Loveridge I'm looking for is NOT the one who married Edward Puckmore (and was the daughter of Ann Wood)

Thank you very much.

Sian Levy

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Saturday, July 29, 2017, 15:22 (443 days ago) @ sianb

Also on Ancestry is the will of Edward PUCKMORE of the Parish of Dymock in the County of Gloucester, dated the fourth year of the reign of King George (1717). He mentions daughters Joane HAYARD, Hestor ROBINS?, Anne CLARK? and son, John PUCKMORE. He also mentions his wife but does not name her. He appoints his wife executrix.

Probate seems to have been granted on 7th April 1722 (it’s in Latin, I guess) to Anna PUCKMORE.

The accompanying inventory was taken on 26th April 1721 by William PUCKMOORE and Robert RIDER. Apprized at £18 12s 6d.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Tuesday, August 08, 2017, 21:23 (432 days ago) @ sianb

Hi Sian. I also have a record of this Anne L but have no idea of what happened to her. John Loveridge

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Tuesday, August 08, 2017, 21:09 (432 days ago) @ sianb

Hi. Sorry for late response; I was on holiday when I saw your post. To respond about the above:

The brother of Ann Loveridge was Giles Loveridge, Yeoman of Oxenhall and Newent; he married Mary Wood 23/02/1698 in Oxenhall and died 1728 in Oxenhall.

The father of Ann L was Giles L Junior, Yeoman of Newent, born 1637 Pauntley, died 1712 Newent.

The grandfather of Ann L was Giles Loveridge Senior, Yeoman of Pauntley and Newent, Churchwarden Pauntley and Overseer of Poor in Pauntley. Born 1614 Pauntley, married Elizabeth and died 1889 Newent.

The gt-grandfather of Ann L was William Loveridge, Husbandsman, born 1580 Dymock and married Anne Wall 25/10/1607 in Pauntley.

All these people are close relations to my direct ancestors. Note that at this time the Loveridges owned several properties in the parishes of Dymock, Pauntley, Newent and Oxenhall; hence it is not surprising that Ann married in Oxenhall, particularly as her brother was living there.

I would be more than interested to see other information that you might have about the Loveridges.

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Wednesday, August 09, 2017, 18:27 (432 days ago) @ Loveridge

Hi,

I don't have much information about the Loveridge family as I have only recently decided to go sideways in my tree to see if I can break a few walls down.

Anne Lovridge (unknown baptism - possible burial 14 March 1719 Dymock) - not found as yet, starting to wonder if this was a second marriage for her.
Marriage to William Puckmore (1645 -1729) 3 May 1689 Oxenhall.
They had two daughters

Ann (1690 bpt 23 April 1690 Pauntley

Hannah (1691) bpt 17 Nov 1691 Pauntley. She married (9th Nov 1715) Thomas Hill(1688-1756) and their daughter Hannah Hill(1724 -1797) married William Hodges(1713 -1790)on Oct 27 1741 - he is my direct line ancestor via my Mother.

I also have a much earlier Ane Loveridge (abt 1580)on my tree who married a John Wylse and had a daughter Martha Wylse(bpt18/10/1607) who married (1634) a Willyam Hodges(1607 - 1676)

Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Wednesday, August 09, 2017, 18:51 (432 days ago) @ sianb

Thanks Sian. John L

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by nimrod, Monday, October 09, 2017, 15:37 (371 days ago) @ Loveridge

Loveridge MIs at Pauntley

Anne 1748 - aged 70 yrs of Aylemore w/o John
(Han)na 1707 aged 71 yrs (w/o John snr)
John snr 1706 aged 64 yrs
john 1764 aged 62 yrs will - TNA PROB John Loveridge 11/901
Richard 1748 - aged 52 yrs will G/A 1749/58
William 1747 - aged 78 yrs s/o John snr & Hannah

Nimrod

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Monday, October 09, 2017, 16:57 (371 days ago) @ nimrod

Many thanks. In fact John Loveridge (1702 - 1764) of Pauntley is my gt-gt-gt-gt-grandfather. John L

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by nimrod, Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 12:05 (363 days ago) @ Loveridge

I've transcribed his will. If you would like a copy.
Nimrod

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by Loveridge @, Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 16:46 (363 days ago) @ nimrod

Many thanks indeed for the offer but I already have it; in fact a have accumulated numerous documents from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries directly relating to my ancestors. John

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 10:23 (356 days ago) @ nimrod

Thank you for these M.I's. Sorry for the late reply. I haven't had much time recently.
Siân

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by stonechat @, Monday, April 02, 2018, 13:37 (196 days ago) @ sianb

Just spotted this thread which relates to people also my ancestors
I am descended from Hannah Hill daughter of Hannah Puckore

Need to take in all the suggestions really

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by stonechat @, Thursday, April 05, 2018, 11:25 (193 days ago) @ Loveridge

I am wondering how you know that Giles Loveridge is the father of Anne? Is this in a will. I need to make this connection andwant to know what thesource was?

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by sianb, England, Thursday, April 05, 2018, 19:07 (193 days ago) @ stonechat

Hi stonechat,

Where does it say anything about Giles Loveridge please? I don't have anyone of that name on my tree?
Sian

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by stonechat @, Friday, April 06, 2018, 09:16 (192 days ago) @ sianb

Earlier in this thread posted by user Loveridge

This is the link to that message
http://forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?id=48629

My reponse was meant for him

I will sent him a PM if that is possible

William Puckmore m Ann Loveridge

by stonechat @, Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 16:50 (188 days ago) @ sianb

I mean this message for the user Loveridge who stated earlier in the thread that Giles was brother to Ann

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