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Baptisms 1825-1849 for the Parish of Wimpole (Part Seven)
From the Parish Registers
St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole
A local history and genealogy page for the Parish of Wimpole.

St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole
St Andrew's Parish Church.
A living church for the Parish of Wimpole, located within the National Trust's Wimpole Hall Estate.
The Church is managed and maintained by the Parochial Church Council.

My thanks and acknowledgments to the Parochial Church Council for Wimpole and St Andrew's Parish Church for allowing the online publication of the Church Registers.
The listings that follow are based on the provided Church Registers for the Parish of Wimpole, as transcribed and collated by T P R Layng in March 1983. Originally typed by C L and A E Hatton. Additional research for this website is by Steve Odell.
In medieval times there were no parish registers. Through the efforts of Thomas Cromwell in 1538 a mandate was issued by Henry VIII for churches to maintain parish records. This ordered that every parson, vicar or curate was to enter in a book every wedding, baptism and burial in his parish. In 1558 Queen Elizabeth re-confirmed her father's mandate into law and many church records date from that year. Wimpole's own church records for baptisms, weddings and burials began in 1560.
Unless otherwise stated, the dates shown record the date of the baptism/christening service at Wimpole Parish Church, not the date of birth of the child. In cases of illness or impending death, some Baptisms/Christenings would have been performed by the Rector at the child's home.
It was the convention for the baptism/christening service to be held within a week of birth. However, there was no law to enforce baptisms within any set time (beyond incurring the not insignificant displeasure of the local Rector!) and many examples in the Registers show baptisms being carried out months or even years after birth. Some children were never baptised.
The original spelling of names in the Registers (as transcribed) has been retained.
In England and Wales, up to 1751, the New Year began on the 25th March (Lady Day).
Information, notes, observations, and comments additional to the Wimpole Registers' text are usually shown within [square brackets] and in italics.
This webpage has been reset to facilitate name searches in "name" format (ie words or phrase within quote marks or brackets). See search for more detailed 'name search' options.
Key: [PR: ]: Parish Registers.  (x): Can not read/write/sign.  (BT: ): Bishops Transcripts.
(BT: ) indicates the entry as shown in the Bishop's Transcripts 1599-1812 where it differs from the entry in the local church register. For more details, see the original Introduction written by T P R Layng in 1983 on the Parish Registers page.]
I have compared the Layng transcript with the commercially available Cambridgeshire Family History Society version. Any significant differences have been identified as [C:  ]. Local parish records on CDs can be purchased from the society.
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Wimpole Parish Registers:
Baptisms:   1560-1599†   1600-1649   1650-1699*   1700-1749*   1750-1799*   
1800-1824†   1825-1849†   1850-1899*
Banns:   1755-1863†   1864-1900
Marriages:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863
Burials:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1849†   1850-1899†**
* indicates page is incomplete. ** indicates some transcriptions are available.
† indicates complete page has been reset to facilitate name searches.

Continued from the Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole: (Part Six) 1800-1824
[Original transcript by T P R Layng 1983]
1825
9 January 1825 LION [Lyon] Anne Lion, daughter of William Lion, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
6 March 1825 MAIL [Male/Moule] Sarah Mail, daughter of (blank) and Sarah Mail, spinster of Wimpole Parish. Born in London.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
20 March 1825 COURSE Elizabeth Course, daughter of James Course, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
24 April 1825 LAW Jane Law, daughter of John Law, jobber of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
24 April 1825 PETT William Pett, son of Jesse Pett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
5 June 1825 GOATS Jane Goats, daughter of Morris Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 6 May 1827, aged 2 years.]
26 June 1825 SMITH Charles Smith, son of James Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 27 September 1826, aged 1 year and 3 months.]
10 July 1825 HEWITT Ann Hewitt, daughter of Thomas Hewitt, labourer of Arrington Parish, and Elizabeth of Wimpole Parish.
25 September 1825 TITCHMARSH Charles Titchmarsh, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine.
25 September 1825 CHAPMAN John Chapman, son of John Chapman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
6 November 1825 COOPER Anne Cooper, daughter of Henry Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
13 November 1825 WILLMOT Elizabeth Willmott, daughter of James Willmot, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
4 December 1825 BULLEN Marianne Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
25 December 1825 CHAPMAN Samuel Chapman, son of Thomas Chapman, under-gamekeeper of Wimpole Parish, and Charlotte. "Aged 15 weeks old."
27 December 1825 PRIOR Mary Prior, daughter of William Prior, labourer of Wimpole Parish, deceased, and Ann.
[PR: William Prior buried 29 May 1825, aged 34, Coroner's inquest.]
[PR: Mary Prior, buried, 15 January 1826, infant]
1826
15 January 1826 BULLEN Jemima Bullen, daughter of James Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
22 January 1826 SPACKSMAN George Spacksman, son of Jeremiah Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe.
25 January 1826 GADD Marianne Gadd, daughter of William Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Keziah.
25 January 1826 WORLAND Elizabeth Ann Worland, daughter of William Worland, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
19 March 1826 CLARKE Charles Clarke, son of William Clarke, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
20 March 1826 HALE Joseph Hale, son of William Hale, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 10 April 1826, infant.]
7 May 1826 SMITH Charlotte Smith, daughter of William Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
21 June 1826 WHITBY John Whitby, son of William Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
9 July 1826 SELL Charles Sell, son of (blank), and Mary Sell, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
9 July 1826 WILKINS Sarah Wilkins, daughter of William Wilkins, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
17 July 1826 WIDBY [Whitby] Prime Widby, son of John Widby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, living in Kingston, and Mary.
17 September 1826 BISHOP Marianne Bishop, daughter of John Bishop, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
1 October 1826 ARBOR William Arbor, son of (blank], and (blank] of Wimpole Parish (blank), "A person of riper years."
3 December 1826 COOPER Maria Cooper, daughter of William Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
1827
25 February 1827 WARD Jane Ward, daughter of Thomas Ward, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
18 March 1827 HIRST James Hirst, son of William Hirst, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
13 May 1827 PELL Sarah Pell, daughter of (blank), and Elizabeth Pell, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
20 May 1827 GOATS Jane Goats, daughter of James Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
14 June 1827 ELLISTON Richard Henry Elliston, son of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
14 June 1827 ELLISTON James Elliston, son of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
17 June 1827 LONG Susan Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
17 June 1827 WATTS Roda Watts, daughter of Charles Watts, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
24 June 1827 PRATT David Pratt, son of John Pratt, and Ann otp lab
15 July 1827 FLANDERS Charlotte Flanders, daughter of Zachariah Flanders, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Susannah. "Aged 1 year 9 months."
29 July 1827 DELLOW Edith Dellow, daughter of George Dellow, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
1 August 1827 HEWETT [Hewitt] Eliza Hewett, daughter of James Hewett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
12 August 1827 RUMBULT [Rumbold] John Rumbult, son of John Rumbult, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
30 August 1827 MOSSOP Mary Anne Mossop, daughter of Benjamin Addenbrooke Mossop, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Janet.
[Benjamin Addenbrooke Mossop (1802-1883) is believed to be a miller, merchant and farmer from Spalding, Lincolnshire, son of the Rev John Mossop and Ann (nee Berridge), and born at Deeping St. James. He married Janet Meyer of Arrington at Arrington on 25 May 1826 by special licence and they had two daughters who both died young. Despite the "of Wimpole Parish", their marriage and this baptism entry are the only Mossop records in either local Register.]
[Note curious naming at 10 June 1832 below.]
9 September 1827 SMITH Jane Smith, daughter of William Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth. [Described "of The Tower" (presumably the Folly?)]
9 September 1827 SMITH John Smith, son of James Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
10 September 1827 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of James Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
14 October 1827 READ [Reed] James Read, son of John Read, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
18 November 1827 PUMPHRET [Pumford] James Pumphret, son of Stanford Pumphret [=Pumford], labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
9 December 1827 LAW Martha Law, daughter of John Law, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
9 December 1827 WHETSTONE Charles Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
1828
22 January 1828 GADD Charlotte Gadd, daughter of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 25 January 1828, aged 3 months]
27 January 1828 KIDD Jane Kidd, daughter of William Kidd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
27 January 1828 GRAVESTOCK William Gravestock, son of James Gravestock, labourer of Eversden Parish, and Ann.
9 March 1828 CHAPMAN James Chapman, son of John Chapman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
9 March 1828 LYON [Lion] James Lyon, son of William Lyon, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
23 March 1828 SELL Henry Sell, son of William Pateman, farmer's son of Wimpole Parish, and Mary Sell, spinster of Wimpole.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 23 April 1828, aged 2 months.]
13 April 1828 HALE Joseph Hale, son of William Hale, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
27 April 1828 WILKIE Margaret Wilkie, daughter of Thomas Wilkie, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
11 May 1828 CLARK Jane Clark, daughter of William Clark, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
24 May 1828 CHEAP John Cheap, son of Rev John Cheap, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
6 July 1828 OSBORNE Christiana Osborne, daughter of (blank), and Mary Osborne spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
17 August 1828 COURSE Charles Course, daughter of James Course, carpenter of Cambridge, and Elizabeth.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole, aged 3 years and 9 months.]
31 August 1828 BRITTON Matilda Ann Britton, daughter of (blank), and Jane Britton, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
14 September 1828 PELL Mary Pell, daughter of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
14 September 1828 JENEWAY William Jeneway, son of William Jeneway, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Hester.
28 September 1828 PETT Sarah Jane Pett, daughter of Jesse Pett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
28 September 1828 BULLEN William Bullen, son of William, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
12 October 1828 FLANDERS Maria Flanders, daughter of Zachariah Flanders, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Susannah. "Born 22 April 1828."
1829
17 January 1829 BULLEN Ann Bullen, daughter of George Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jemima.
18 January 1829 WORLAND William Worland, son of Thomas Worland, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
8 February 1829 LONG Martha Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
13 February 1829 INGRY [Ingrey/Ingray] Daniel Ingry, son of Barnett Ingrey, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Hannah.
1 March 1829 GOATS Lucy Jane Goats, daughter of Morris Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
1 March 1829 SPACKSMAN Sarah Spacksman, daughter of Jeremiah Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe.
8 March 1829 EVERSDEN Jane Eversden, daughter of William Eversden, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
26 April 1829 TITCHMARSH John Titchmarsh, son of Charles, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine.
24 May 1829 WARD Abigail Ward, daughter of Thomas Ward, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
31 May 1829 WHITBY Margaret Whitby, daughter of John Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
7 June 1829 MILLS William Mills, son of (blank), and Sarah Mills, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 3 October 1829, infant]
28 June 1829 WILKIE Thomas Wilkie, son of Thomas Wilkie, bailiff of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
20 September 1829 GADD Caroline Gadd, daughter of William Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Keziah.
21 September 1829 REED [Reid] Jane Gadd Reed, daughter of (blank), and Sarah Reed, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
4 October 1829 WATTS Elias Watts, son of Charles Watts, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
11 October 1829 HEWITT James Hewitt, son of James Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Buried at Wimpole on 9 April 1830, aged 10 months]
1 November 1829 CATER [Carter] William Cater, son of John Cater, labourer of Great Eversden Parish, and Elizabeth.
31 December 1829 HURST Henrietta Ann Hurst, daughter of the Rev John Day Hurst, Rector of Croydon-cum-Clopton, and Louisa. "Born 7 November 1829."
1830
24 January 1830 NEWILL [Newell] William Newill, son of George Newill, blacksmith of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth Margaret.
24 January 1830 MOULE Walman Moule, son of John Moule, glazier of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
20 February 1830 WORLAND George Worland, son of (blank) and Frances Worland of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
18 April 1830 PRATT Charlotte Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
30 April 1830 LAW William Law, son of John Law, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
13 May 1830 SMITH James Smith, son of James Smith, publican of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
30 May 1830 DELLAR Rebecca Dellar, daughter of George Dellar, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
6 June 1830 SMITH Charles Smith, son of James Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
6 June 1830 WHITBEY [Whitby] Alfred Whitbey, son of William Whitbey, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
18 July 1830 COOPER Ann Cooper, daughter of James Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Buried Wimpole 31 May 1831, aged 11 months.]
25 July 1830 PUMFORD Sarah Pumford, daughter of Stanford Pumford, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
8 Augusty 1830 HURST William Hurst, son of William Hurst, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
8 August 1830 BULLEN James Bullen, son of James Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
15 August 1830 CLARK [C: Clask] David Clark, son of William Clark, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
3 October 1830 COURSE James Course, of James Course, carpenter of St Giles (Cambridge) and Elizabeth.
17 October 1830 MULBERRY Maria Mulberry, daughter of (blank) and Mary Mulberry, of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
17 October 1830 BULLIN [Bullen] Charles Bullin, son of William Bullin, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
28 November 1830 ELLISTON Elizabeth Ann Elliston, daughter of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
20 December 1830 WILKIE George Wilkie, son of Thomas Wilkie, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
25 December 1830 WHETSTONE James Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
[PR: James Whetstone, aged 6, buried at Wimpole 27 December 1836.]
25 December 1830 RUMBOLT [Rumbold] Joseph Rumbolt, son of John Rumbolt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
25 December 1830 GADD David Gadd, son of Thomas Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
26 December 1830 GOATS Ann Goats, daughter of James Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
1831
9 January 1831 LONG Maria Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Buried Wimpole on 24 February 1833, aged 2 years]
[Born 26 January 1831] GADD [James Gadd, son of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah. Baptised 15 September 1833]
30 January 1831 INGRAY [Ingry/Ingrey] Elizabeth Ingray, daughter of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
16 February 1831 HURST Ann Eliza Hurst, daughter of the Rev John Day Hurst, Rector of Croydon-cum-Clopton, of Wimpole Parish, and Louisa.
20 February 1831 BULLEN Ester Oliver Bullen, daughter of (blank) and Elizabeth Bullen of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
31 March 1831 WARD Charles Ward, son of Thomas Ward, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
17 April 1831 SKINNER George Henry Skinner, son of (blank) and Sarah Skinner of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
23 May 1831 KIDD David Kidd, son of William Kidd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
5 June 1831 MULBERRY George Mulberry, son of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
5 June 1831 PETT John Pett, son of Jesse Pett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
5 June 1831 HEWITT Isaac Hewitt, son of Thomas Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
18 June 1831 WILMOT ** Sarah Wilmot, daughter of James Wilmot, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
[** probable duplicate entry, see 24 July.]
24 July 1831 PRATT Jane Pratt [Osborne], daughter of (blank)[Thomas Osborne], and Sophia Pratt of Wimpole Parish. Born on 20 May 1811.**
[** "1811" is probably a mis-transcription of 1822. See baptism entries for 31 August 1800 and 20 May 1822 and do the maths. Although not acknowledged here, Jane's marriage certificate states her father as "Thomas Osborne, labourer"]
24 July 1831 SMITH Charles Smith, son of William Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
24 July 1831 WILMOT ** Sarah Wilmot, daughter of James Wilmot, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary
[** probable duplicate entry, see 18 June]
31 July 1831 CHARTER James Charter, son of Joseph Charter, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lucy.
7 August 1831 INGRAY [Ingry/Ingrey] George Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
21 August 1831 WAGSTAFF Robert Wagstaff, son of Robert Wagstaff, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth. "Born 10 May 1829."
21 August 1831 WAGSTAFF Louisa Wagstaff, daughter of Robert Wagstaff, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
16 October 1831 COOPER Eliza Cooper, daughter of William Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
11 December 1831 PETT John Pett, son of John Pett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
30 October 1831 YORKE Joseph Augustus Yorke, son of Grantham Munten [Munton] Yorke, a Lieutenant in the 85th Regiment, of Hampton Court, and Susan [Marion?] Emily. Baptised at Hampton Court Palace.
[Observation: Joseph was not baptised at Wimpole. Entry evidently added to Parish Registers outside of date sequence as a record only, possibly by Grantham's elder brother, Henry Reginald Yorke who had just succeeded as Rector at Wimpole.]
[Joseph Augustus Yorke, born 22 September 1831, He married Florence Mary Eliza Chambré, daughter of Thomas Chambré, on 3 February 1862. He died on 14 February 1881 at age 49. He was a practising barrister.]
[The Very Rev Grantham Munton Yorke, DD (born 14 February 1809, died 2 October 1879) was the fifth son of Vice-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke and Elizabeth W(h)eake Rattray, and a younger brother to Charles Philip Yorke, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke. Yorke was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge and married Marion Emily Montgomery on the 10 March 1830. He was ordained in 1835. In 1844 he became the incumbent at St Philip, Birmingham, a post he held until his elevation to the Deanery. He was the Dean of Worcester Cathedral from 1874 until his death.]
1832
8 January 1832 LYON [Lion] Sarah Lyon, daughter of William Lyon, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
8 January 1832 INGRAY [Ingrey] Mary Ann Ingray, daughter of Barnard Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
11 March 1832 HALE Susan Hale, daughter of William Hale, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
11 March 1832 PRATT Elizabeth Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
14 May 1832 COOPER Ann Collin Cooper, daughter of James Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
3 June 1832 WHITBY Emily Whitby, daughter of Prime Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
3 June 1832 CHAPMAN William Chapman, son of John Chapman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[PR: William Chapman, 2 years old, buried Wimpole 21 May 1834]
2 June 1832 GOATS Caroline Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
2 June 1832 GOATS Edward Goats, son of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
10 June 1832 ELLISTON Benjamin Addenbrooke Elliston, son of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
8 July 1832 WHITBEY [Whitby] Jane Whitbey, daughter of John Whitbey, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
10 July 1832 HURST John Day Hurst, son of the Rev John Day Hurst, Rector of Croydon-cum-Clopton, of Wimpole Parish, and Louisa. "Born 18 June 1832."
26 August 1832 BULLEN Emma Bullen, daughter of James Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
9 September 1832 DELLAR Rhoda Dellar, daughter of John Dellar, shoemaker of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
16 September 1832 SMITH Ann Smith, daughter of James Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
30 September 1832 WATTS Charles Watts, son of Charles Watts, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
14 October 1832 CLARK Eliza Clark, daughter of William Clark, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
28 October 1832 SMITH William Smith, son of James Smith, publican.of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
9 December 1832 WHITBY Lydia Whitby, daughter of William Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
9 December 1832 WILKIE Jane Wilkie, daughter of Thomas Wilkie, bailiff of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
30 December 1832 WILKIN [Wilkins] Ann Wilkin, daughter of Edward Walker Wilkin, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
30 December 1832 CORSE [Course] Ann Corse, daughter of James Corse, carpenter of Cambridge, and Elizabeth.
1833
6 January 1833 BULLIN [Bullen] David Bullin, son of Edward Bullin, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
20 January 1833 WORLAND Elizabeth Worland, daughter of Thomas Worland, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
20 January 1833 DELLAR James Dellar, son of Stephen Dellar, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
17 February 1833 BULLIN [Bullen] George Bullin, son of William Bullin, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
12 May 1833 WHETSTONE William Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
20 July 1833 SKINNER Henry Skinner, son of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
18 August 1833 HURST Samuel Hurst, son of William Hurst, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
[PR: Samuel Hurst, aged 2, buried at Wimpole 25 March 1835.
18 August 1833 BULLEN George Oliver Bullen, son of (blank) and Elizabeth, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
15 September 1833 GADD James Gadd, son of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah. Born 26 January 1831
15 September 1833 GADD Joseph Gadd, son of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah. "Born April 1833."
6 October 1833 HEWITT Samuel Hewitt, son of Thomas Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
10 October 1833 TITCHMARSH John Titchmarsh, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Katherine.
(PR: "All christened at once, some therefore two years and upwards old")
10 October 1833 TITCHMARSH George Titchmarsh, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Katherine.
(PR: "All christened at once, some therefore two years and upwards old")
10 October 1833 TITCHMARSH Keziah Titchmarsh, daughter of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Katherine.
(PR: "All christened at once, some therefore two years and upwards old")
13 October 1833 RULE James Rule, son of John Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
13 October 1833 INGRAY [Ingrey] William Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
3 November 1833 HALE Benjamin Hale, son of William Hale, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
17 November 1833 PETT David Pett, son of Jesse Pett, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
8 December 1833 GOATS Jane Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1834
27 January 1834 MULBERRY Jane Mulberry, son of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
9 February 1834 MALE Benjamin Male, son of Richard Male, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth. "Aged 20, brought up a dissenter."
23 February 1834 MILLER James Miller, son of John Miller, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1 March 1834 WILKINS Jane Wilkins, daughter of Edward Wilkins, servant [at Wimpole Hall?] of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
[PR: Jane Wilkins, infant, buried at Wimpole 5 March 1834.]
24 March 1834 WITHERS Edmund Withers, son of Robert Withers, Steward and Land Agent [to Lord Hardwicke] of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
18 April 1834 HEWITT Alfred Hewitt, son of James Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
[PR: Alfred Hewitt, infant, buried at Wimpole 9 June 1834]
20 April 1834 WHITBY Pryme Whitby, son of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Charlotte.
4 May 1834 BULLEN Sarah Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
1 June 1834 COOPER William Cooper, son of William Cooper, labourer of Arrington Parish, and Elizabeth.
8 June 1834 INGRAY [Ingrey] Elizabeth Ingray, daughter of Barnard Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Hannah.
27 July 1834 BULLIN [Bullen] Rhoda Bullin, daughter of James Bullin, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
3 August 1834 SPACKSMAN Edith Spacksman, daughter of Jeremiah Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe.
[PR: An Elizabeth Spacksman, aged 1, buried at Wimpole 8 May 1835]
3 August 1834 SPACKSMAN Rebecca Spacksman, daughter of Jeremiah Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe. "Aged two and a half years."
24 August 1834 RULE Smith Rule, son of William Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Rebecca.
[PR: Smith Rule, infant, buried at Wimpole 29 August 1934]
24 August 1834 PELL William Pell, son of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
31 August 1834 KIDD William Kidd, son of William Kidd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
4 September 1834 ELLISTON Robert Elliston, son of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
14 September 1834 CARTER Jacob Carter, son of James Carter, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
12 October 1834 WHITBY Daphne Whitby, daughter of Prime Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
2 November 1834 DELLAR William Dellar, son of John Dellar, shoemaker of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
2 November 1834 DELLAR George Dellar, son of John Dellar, shoemaker of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[born 31 December 1834] YORKE [Philip Sydney Yorke, son of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth. Baptised 13 July 1835.]
1835
11 January 1835 INGRAY Martha Ingray, daughter of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
11 January 1835 INGRAY Rebecca Ingray, daughter of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
[PR: Rebecca Ingray, infant, buried at Wimpole 29 April 1835]
25 January 1835 WILKIE Ann Wilkie, daughter of Thomas Wilkie, bailiff of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
8 February 1835 SKINNER Abraham Skinner, son of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
22 February 1835 DARLOR Charles Darlor, son of William Darlor, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Martha.
12 April 1835 WAGSTAFF Caroline Wagstaff, daughter of Robert Wagstaff, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
12 April 1835 WHITBY David Whitby, son of William Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
3 May 1835 CLARK Mary Ann Clark, daughter of William Clark, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
17 May 1835 CORSE Sarah Corse, daughter of James Corse, carpenter of St Giles, Cambridge, and Elizabeth.
[PR: Sarah Corse, aged 2, buried at Wimpole 2 February 1837]
21 June 1835 SMITH George Smith, son of James Smith, publican of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
5 July 1835 WHETSTONE George Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
13 July 1835 YORKE Philip Sydney Yorke, son of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth. Born 31 Dec 1834.
[Henry Reginald Yorke was a younger brother to Charles Philip Yorke, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke.]
19 July 1835 WILKINS Emma Wilkins, daughter of Edward Wilkins, servant [at Wimpole Hall?] of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
19 July 1835 BULLEN James Bullen, son of Edward Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
26 July 1835 WATTS Alfred Watts, son of Charles Watts, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
27 September 1835 GOATS Anne Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
15 November 1835 MULBERRY David Mulberry, son of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
15 November 1835 RUMBOLD Jane Rumbold, daughter of John Rumbold, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
6 December 1835 PRATT Ann Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
1836
10 January 1836 SMITH Ann Smith, daughter of George Smith, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
16 January 1836 GIFFIN John Baker Giffin, son of William Giffin, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne. "Born 13 July 1831."
16 January 1836 GIFFIN Francis Burdett Giffin, daughter [?] of William Giffin,farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne. "Born 29 January 1833."
16 January 1836 GIFFIN King William Giffin, son of William Giffin, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne. "Born 23 February 1835."
31 January 1836 TITCHMARSH Edward Titchmarch, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine.
31 January 1836 WAGSTAFF Matilda Wagstaff, daughter of Robert Wagstaff, labourer of Arrington Parish, and Elizabeth.
20 March 1836 GADD John Sergeant Gadd, son of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth. "Aged 13 years old."
20 March 1836 GADD Joseph Gadd, son of (blank) and Mary Gadd spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
10 April 1836 INGRAY Samuel Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
10 April 1836 RULE David Rule, son of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Rebecca.
17 April 1836 LONG Anne Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
24 April 1836 STANFORD Mary Stanford, daughter of James Stanford, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Charlotte.
22 May 1836 DELLAR Sarah Dellar, daughter of George Dellar, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
22 May 1836 PELL Mary Ann Pell, daughter of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
5 June 1836 COOPER Charles Cooper, son of William Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
12 June 1836 CHARTERS Lucy Charters, daughter of Joseph Charters, labourer of Arrington Parish, and Lucy.
12 June 1836 INGRAY Alfred Ingray, son of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
[PR: Alfred Ingrey, infant, buried Wimpole 9 March 1837.]
10 July 1836 WILLMOT James Willmot, son of James Willmott & Eliza otp lab
9 August 1836 YORKE Charles Philip, Viscount Royston, eldest son of Charles Philip, 4th Earl of Hardwicke of Wimpole Hall, and Susan Liddell.
[Charles Philip Yorke, later the 5th Earl of Hardwicke, born 23 April 1836, died 18 May 1897 aged 61. Member of Parliament, British aristocrat, Conservative politician, Comptroller of the Royal Household, Privy Councillor, dandy and bankrupt.]
[Charles Philip Yorke married Lady Sophia Georgiana Robertina Wellesley on 16 February 1863 and they had three children. Became the 5th Earl of Hardwicke in September 1873. Lost Wimpole in 1894 in settlement of gambling debts.]
[The 5th Earl was known as the "Glossy Peer" and said to be the "Champagne Charlie" of the popular song.]
18 September 1836 MOLE Richard Mole, son of John Mole, painter of Wimpole Parish, and Mary. Aged 5 years.
18 September 1836 MOLE John Mole, son of John Mole, painter of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
18 December 1836 RULE Charles Rule, son of William Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
22 December 1836 YORKE Flora Caroline Yorke, daughter of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth of Wimpole Parish.
[Henry Reginald Yorke was a younger brother to Charles Philip Yorke, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke.]
1837
19 February 1837 BULLEN Maria Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
26 February 1837 SMITH James Smith, son of James Smith, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
12 March 1837 KIDD Ann Kidd, daughter of William Kidd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
28 May 1837 BULLEN Kitty Bullen, daughter of James Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
2 July 1837 WHITBY Charles Whitby, son of Pryme Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
[PR: Charles Whitby, infant, buried Wimpole 12 February 1838]
16 July 1837 GOATS John Goats, son of Morris Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
5 November 1837 INGRAY John Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
3 November 1837 STAMFORD William Stamford, son of James Stamford, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Charlotte.
10 December 1837 BULLEN Benjamin Bullen, son of Edward Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
17 December 1837 SKINNER James Skinner, son of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
24 December 1837 WHETSTONE James Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
24 December 1837 CLARK Samuel Clark, son of William Clark, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1838
1 January 1838
[Born 19 May 1837]
YORKE Mary Catherine Yorke, daughter of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Susan Liddell, Countess of Hardwicke.
[Born 19 May 1837, died 14 December 1890]
[Lady Mary Catherine Yorke was the second daughter of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Liddell. She was baptised at Wimpole 1 January 1838. She married William George Craven, son of Hon. George Augustus Craven and Georgina Smythe, on 20 July 1857.]
25 February 1838 TITCHMARSH Mynott Titchmarsh, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine.
26 March 1838 WALTON Eliza Walton, daughter of (blank) , and Elizabeth Walton, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
24 June 1838 PELL David Pell, son of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
1 July 1838 PRATT David Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
19 July 1838 HEWITT Ann[e] Hewitt, daughter of James Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
[PR: Ann Hewitt, infant, buried at Wimpole 25 December 1838.]
26 August 1838 MULBERRY John Mulberry, son of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
2 September 1838 RULE John Rule, son of John Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[PR: John Rule, infant, buried at Wimpole 1 December 1838]
4 November 1838 SMITH George Smith, son of George Smith, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane. "Aged 1 year 11 months."
4 November 1838 SMITH Henry Smith, son of George Smith, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
25 November 1838 LONG Harriett Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
1839
10 February 1839 GOATS John Goats, son of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
22 March 1839
[Born 13 December 1838]
YORKE Agneta Harriett Yorke, daughter of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Susan Liddell, Countess of Hardwicke.
[Born 13 December 1838, died 12 March 1919.]
[Lady Agneta Harriet Yorke was the third daughter of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Liddell. She was baptised at Wimpole 22 March 1839. She married Rear-Admiral Victor Alexander Montagu (son of John William Montagu, 7th Earl of Sandwich and Lady Mary Paget) on 28 November 1867.]
22 March 1839 YORKE Susan Amelia Yorke, daughter of Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth.
7 April 1839 DELLER Emma Deller, daughter of George Deller, labourer of Arrington Parish, and Eliza.
7 April 1839 WHITBY Susan Whitby, daughter of Prime Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
21 April 1839 HEWITT Robert Hewitt, son of Thomas Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[PR: Robert Hewitt, aged 5 months, died from diseased mesenteric glands, buried at Wimpole 17 August 1839]
5 May 1839 GADD Keziah Gadd, daughter of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah. "Aged 3 years old."
5 May 1839 GADD Mary Ann Gadd, daughter of John Gadd, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
11 May 1839 INGRAY Alfred Ingray, son of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
18 August 1839 RULE Mary Ann Rule, daughter of William Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
25 August 1839 WILLMOTT Eliza Willmott, daughter of James Willmott, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
10 October 1839 ELLISTON Mary Anna Elliston, daughter of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth Ann
10 October 1839 ELLISTON James Elliston, son of Robert Elliston, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth Ann. "Born 15 October 1836."
8 December 1839 RULE Emily Rule, daughter of John Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
15 December 1839 INGRAY Emily Ingray, daughter of Samuel Ingray, labourer of Kingston Wood, and Judith.
[PR: Emily Ingray, infant, died during teething, buried at Wimpole 29 April 1840.]
1840
3 February 1840 HEWITT Keziah Hewitt, daughter of James, servant [at Wimpole Hall?] of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
16 March 1840 INGRAY Caroline Ingray, daughter of (blank) & Elizabeth Ingray, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
22 March 1840 PRATT David Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
26 April 1840 SMITH Albert Smith, son of George Smith, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
26 April 1840 SKINNER Jane Skinner, daughter of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
21 June 1840 WHETSTONE Jane Whetstone, daughter of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
[PR: Jane Whetstone, infant, died during teething, buried at Wimpole 24 February 1841.]
14 August 1840 CLARKE Charles Alfred Clarke, son of Samuel Clarke, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
6 September 1840 WATSON William Watson, son of Phillip Watson, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe.
18 October 1840 BULLEN Philip Bullen, son of Edward Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
[PR: Philip Bullen, infant, influenza, buried at Wimpole 22 March 1841.]
8 December 1840 [Born on 30 (or 20) October 1840.] YORKE John Manners Yorke, son of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Countess of Hardwicke.
[Captain John Manners Yorke, later the 7th Earl of Hardwicke, was born on 30 [or possibly 20] October 1840, and died on 13 March 1909, aged 68]
[Captain John Manners Yorke, was the second son of of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Liddell. He was baptised at Wimpole on 8 December 1840 and inherited the title of the 7th Earl of Hardwicke in 1904 five years before his death. He married Edith Mary Oswald, daughter of Alexander Oswald and Lady Louisa Elizabeth Frederica Craven, on 9 January 1869.]
27 December 1840 CAMBRIDGE Anne Brown Cambridge, daughter of Owen Cambridge, of Wimpole Parish, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, and Sarah. "Aged 1 year 7 months."
27 December 1840 CAMBRIDGE Martha Cambridge, daughter of Owen Cambridge, of Wimpole Parish, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, and Sarah.
1841
21 February 1841 PELL Jane Pell, daughter of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
21 March 1841 LONG Henry Long, son of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
23 May 1841 GIFFIN Fanny Anne Giffin, daughter of William Giffin, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne otp farmer
13 June 1841 OSBORNE James Wallace Osborne, son of Samuel Osborne, from New Wimpole, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
[First mention of 'New Wimpole' in the Baptism Register.]
4 July 1841 WHITBY Elizabeth Whitby, daughter of Prime Whitby, from New Wimpole, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
11 July 1841 RUMBOLD Jane Rumbold, daughter of (blank) and Eliza Rumbold, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
11 July 1841 INGRAY Benjamin Ingray, son of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
30 August 1841 YORKE Henry Eliot Yorke, son of Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish and Flora Elizabeth, both of Wimpole Parish.
17 October 1841 RULE Emma Rule, daughter of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Rebecca.
14 November 1841 BULLEN Caroline Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
21 November 1841 WATSON Alfred Watson, son of Philip Watson, gamekeeper of Wimpole Parish, and Phoebe.
1842
18 February 1842 WHETSTONE Mary Ann Whetstone, daughter of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
20 February 1842 GOATS William Goats, son of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
20 February 1842 RULE Prior Rule, son of William Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
30 March 1842 HEWITT James Hewitt, son of James Hewitt, servant [at Wimpole Hall?] of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: James Hewett, aged 7 weeks, buried at Wimpole 5 May 1842.]
17 April 1842 SKINNER Sarah Skinner, daughter of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
[PR: Sarah Skinner, infant, buried at Wimpole 9 March 1843.]
2 June 1842
[born 24 March 1842]
YORKE Victor Alexander Yorke, son of the 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Liddell, Countess of Hardwicke of Wimpole Parish at the Chapel of Ease at Walham Green parish in Fulham.
Godparents:- Queen Victoria, Duke of Wellington, Lord Ashley and the Honorable and Rev R. Liddell. The Bishop of London officiated.
[Victor Alexander Yorke, born 24 March 1842, died suddenly 23 December 1867 at Aston Clinton, the residence of Sir Anthony and Lady de Rothschild.]
[Newspaper report 11 June 1842 - "Wimpole - The infant son of Lord and Lady Hardwicke was christened on Thursday, the 2nd inst., at Fulham in the presence of a large and distinguished circle of friends. We have stated on a former occasion that the Queen had intimated to Lord Hardwicke her intention of standing sponsor to the child; her Majesty, however, was unable to attend the ceremony, but she transmitted a beautiful gold cup and knife and fork bearing the inscription of "Victor Alexander Yorke, from his godmother, Queen Victoria." It is hardly necessary to add that this kind condescension on the part of his royal mistress is gratefully and proudly felt by the noble earl and amiable countess".]
[PR: Interred in the Hardwicke Family Vault, at Wimpole.]
24 July 1842 CLARK David Clark, son of Samuel Clarke, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
14 August 1842 DELLAR Elizabeth Ann Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
14 August 1842 MULBERRY Philip Mulberry, son of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
14 August 1842 RUMBOLD Philip Rumbold, son of (blank) and Rebecca Rumbold, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
16 October 1842 WHITBY Margaret Whitby, daughter of (blank) and Mary Whitby, widow, from New Wimpole and Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock, but complicated.]
16 October 1842 RULE John Carter Rule, son of John Rule, from New Wimpole, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
25 November 1842 INGRAY Stephen Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
[PR: Stephen Ingray, infant, buried at Wimpole 9 January 1843.]
1843   [Queen Victoria visits Wimpole]
8 January 1843 BRUMMELL Eliza Ann Brummell, daughter of Thomas Brummell, brickmaker of Wimpole Parish, and Edith.
8 January 1843 BULLEN Eliza Walton Bullen, daughter of (blank) and Mary Bullen, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
8 January 1843 STARR David Starr, son of William Starr, labourer of Shingay Parish, and Eliza.
26 February 1843 OSBORNE Caroline Osborne, daughter of James Osborne, labourer of London, and Jane.
19 March 1843 LONG William Long, son of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
3 April 1843 CAMBRIDGE Charles Cambridge, son of Owen Cambridge, Bailiff to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah Ann.
3 April 1843 CAMBRIDGE Philip Cambridge, son of Owen Cambridge, Bailiff to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah Ann.
21 May 1843 INGRAY Henry Ingray, son of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
3 June 1843 SMITH Frederic Smith, son of George Smith, from New Wimpole, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane. "Aged one-and-a-half years."
3 June 1843 SMITH Jane Smith, daughter of George Smith, from New Wimpole, carpenter of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
23 June 1843 DOCKERILL John Dockerill, son of William Dockerill, publican of Bassingbourn and Sarah. "Child died and buried at Bassingbourn."
17 September 1843 TITCHMARSH Catherine Titchmarsh, daughter of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine. "Born 23 June 1840."
17 September 1843 PELL Mary Pell, daughter of Robert Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
19 November 1843 YORKE Eliot Constantine Yorke, son of Charles Philip Yorke, [4th] Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Countess of Hardwicke.
[Eliot Constantine Yorke, born 13 July 1843, died 21 December 1878 aged 35.]
[PR: Baptised at Wimpole on 19 November 1843. He married Annie de Rothschild (1844-1926), daughter of Sir Anthony de Rothschild and Louise Montefiore in 1873 in Wimpole Church.]

3 December 1843 BULLEN Mary Ann Bullen, daughter of Edward Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
17 December 1843 INGRAY Elizabeth Ingray, daughter of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1844
5 February 1844 HEWITT Edward Hewitt, son of James Hewitt, servant of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
[PR: Edward Hewitt, infant, buried Wimpole, 27 February 1844.]
18 February 1844 WHITBY Frederic Whitby, son of Pryme Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
14 April 1844 BULLEN Alfred Bullen, son of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Ann.
15 June 1844 BLACKMORE Abigail Blackmore, daughter of (blank) and (blank), a domestic servant of Wimpole Parish. "A person of riper years".
16 June 1844 WHETSTONE Eliza Ann Whetstone, daughter of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
16 June 1844 OSBORNE John Marshall Osborne, son of Samuel Osborne, labourer from New Wimpole, of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
27 October 1844 PELL Sarah Pell, daughter of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
22 December 1844 GOATS Sarah Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer from New Wimpole, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1845
5 March 1845 GADD Mary Andelina Charlotte Serjeant Gadd, daughter of (blank) and Mary Gadd, spinster of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish. "Since died."
[PR: Mary Andelina Charlotte Serjeant Gadd, infant, of Union Workhouse, Caxton, buried Wimpole 18 April 1845. Diseased mesenteric glands.]
12 May 1845 INGRAY Henry Ingray,son of Henry Ingrey, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
19 May 1845 LONG Harriett Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
8 June 1845 RULE William Rule, son of John Rule, labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
29 June 1845 MULBERRY Sarah Mulberry, daughter of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
29 June 1845 PELL Mary Ann Pell, daughter of Robert Pell, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
29 June 1845 COOPER Mary Ann Cooper, daughter of Henry Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
26 October 1845 SKINNER George Skinner, son of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
8 November 1845 RULE William Rule, son of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Rebecca. "Since died."
[PR: William Rule, infant, buried Wimpole 14 November 1845. Premature birth.]
12 November 1845 CAMBRIDGE Mary Cambridge, daughter of Owen Cambridge, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
1846
27 January 1846 YORKE Reginald Beauchamp Yorke, son of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector at Wimpole, of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth.
1 March 1846 PRIOR William Head Prior, son of (blank) and Elizabeth Prior, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
29 March 1846 PRYME [Prime] Alice Elizabeth Pryme, daughter of James Pryme, grocer of Wimpole Parish, and Alice "Aged four-and-a-half years."
29 March 1846 PRYME [Prime] Eliza Pryme, daughter of James Pryme, grocer of Wimpole Parish, and Alice.
19 April 1846 BULLEN John Bullen, son of (blank) and Mary Ann Bullen, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
6 July 1846 COOPER Lydia Cooper, daughter of Henry Cooper, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
2 August 1846 MULBERRY Moses Mulberry, son of William Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
23 August 1846 SMITH Elliott Smith, son of George Smith, carpenter from New Wimpole, and of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
23 August 1846 SMITH Emma Smith, daughter of George Smith, carpenter from New Wimpole, and of Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
4 October 1846 REED [Reid] Ann Reed, daughter of Joseph Reed, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary Ann.
1847
3 January 1847 WHITBY Caroline Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
22 February 1847 PEACOCK Thomas Peacock, son of William Poole Peacock, farmer of Wimpole Valley Farm, and Susan.
5 March 1847 WHETSTONE John Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
10 March 1847 INGRAY Sarah Ingray, daughter of Henry Ingray, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
14 March 1847 ANGELL Rebecca Angell, daughter of James Angell, brickmaker of Wimpole Parish, and Isabella
21 March 1847 WHITBY Jane Whitby, daughter of Prime Whitby, brickmaker of Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
4 April 1847 TITCHMARSH Frederic Titchmarsh, son of Charles Titchmarsh, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Catherine.
18 July 1847 RULE Hannah Rule, daughter of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Rebecca.
29 August 1847 WHITBY Francis John Whitby, son of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
29 August 1847 INGRAY Alfred Ingray, son of (blank) and Elizabeth Ingray, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
17 October 1847 SAVAGE John Tate Savage, son of John Savage, gamekeeper of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline. "One year old"
17 October 1847 RUMBULD [Rumbold] John Rumbuld, son of William Rumbuld, sheperd of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
7 November 1847 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.
1848
2 April 1848 PRATT James Pratt, son of (blank) and Charlotte Pratt, spinster of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock. However, the father was almost certainly her employer, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke.]
[18-year-old servant girl Charlotte gave birth to a son, James Pratt, who was baptised at Wimpole on the 2 April 1848. The father was understood to have been her employer, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke. The following year, the Earl arranged a marriage for Charlotte with one John Rumbold in return for a cottage at Brick End and financial support for the child. John and Charlotte stayed married for 40 years and are buried together in Wimpole Churchyard.]
["Charlotte... was a Pratt; and she was a picture. The handsomest woman that I ever remember to have seen. In harvest time to see her swinging along the road with a bundle of corn balanced on her head, both arms akimbo, was a study in colour, figure and poise." - from "Wimpole As I Knew It" by A.C.Yorke.]
9 April 1848 MULBERRY Eliza Mulberry, daughter of James Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
23 April 1848 YORKE Alexander Grantham Yorke, son of Charles Philip, 4th Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish and Susan, Countess of Hardwicke.
[Born 20 November 1847]
[Alexander Grantham Yorke
was the last child of Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke and Susan Liddell. ]
[PR: Alexander Grantham Yorke, was baptised at Wimpole on 23 April 1848. A somewhat awkward event perhaps for the parents, given the baptism at Wimpole three weeks earlier. Believed not to have married. In 1881 was the Militia Equerry to HRH Prince Leopold.
]

30 April 1848 SKINNER Edith Skinner, daughter of Samuel Skinner, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
30 April 1848 REID [Reed] Sarah Reid, daughter of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Mary Ann
[PR: Sarah Reid, aged 5 months, buried at Wimpole 30 July 1848. Mesenteric glands.]
16 May 1848 WILLMOTT George Willmott, son of (blank) and Elizabeth Willmott, spinster from New Wimpole, and of Wimpole Parish.
[Father not identified, assuming born out of wedlock]
18 May 1848 HEAD Mary Ann Head, daughter of Thomas Head, labourer of Orwell and Elizabeth. [in margin - "Since dead. The mother on a visit to her mother suddenly confined at her mother Mrs Prior’s house at New Wimpole."]
18 June 1848 LONG David Long, son of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
[PR: David Long, infant, buried at Wimpole 3 April 1849. Teething.]
18 June 1848 CHAPMAN Sarah Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, gardener of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Susannah.
25 June 1848 PRIME George Prime, son of James Prime, shopkeeper of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Jane.
25 June 1848 PRATT Richard Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
25 June 1848 PELL Robert Pell, son of Robert Pell, "deceased", labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Eliza.
PR: Robert Pell, aged 26, buried at Wimpole on 5 October 1847. Inflammation of the lungs.]
10 September 1848 YORKE Horatio Arthur Yorke, son of the Rev Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole Parish, and Flora Elizabeth. "13 weeks old"
15 October 1848 CAMBRIDGE Elizabeth Cambridge, daughter of Owen Cambridge, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
15 October 1848 CAMBRIDGE Owen Cambridge, son of Owen Cambridge, Bailiff to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
25 November 1848

ST. QUINTIN
[recorded incorrectly as Quentin in Baptism Register]

Susan Nona St Quintin, daughter of Thomas St Quintin [1805-1876], gentleman of Hatley Park, Hatley St George, and Mary [?] [mother was Louisa St Quintin].
[Thomas was a landowner and magistrate. According to the 1861 Census, 13-year old Susan Nona St Quintin was the eighth of nine listed daughters.]
10 December 1848 PEACOCK George William Peacock, son of William Poole Peacock, farmer of Wimpole Valley Farm, of Wimpole Parish, and Susan.
10 December 1848 WHITBY Hopkins Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Arrington Bridge Cottages, and Wimpole Parish, and Lydia.
1849
21 January 1849 GOATS Mary Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Sarah.
21 January 1849 SPACKSMAN James Spacksman, son of David Spacksman , labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Elizabeth.
28 January 1849 ANGELL Emma Angell, daughter of James, brickmaker of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Isabella.
4 February 1849 PELL Robert Pell, son of William Pell, labourer of Arrington Bridge, and Wimpole Parish, and Frances.
5 April 1849 WHITBY George Whitby, son of Pryme Whitby, labourer of New Wimpole, and Wimpole Parish, and Ruth.
[PR: George Whitby, infant, buried at Wimpole 9 April 1849. Premature birth.]
13 May 1849 MULBERRY William Mulberry, son of William Mulberry, labourer of Arrington Bridge, and Wimpole Parish, and Anne.
3 June 1849 STEER Sarah Steer, daughter of John Steer, brickmaker of London (deceased), and Rebecca. "Born 3 May 1839."
[written in margin - "the child was on a visit to her grandmother Mrs Barker at the brick kiln".]
10 June 1849 WHETSTONE David Whetstone, son of William Whetstone, bricklayer and clerk of Wimpole Parish, and Mary.
23 September 1849 BULLEN Alfred Bullen, son of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole Parish, and Caroline.

The Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole will continue in Part Eight (1850-1874).
[To be transcribed]

Wimpole Parish Registers:
Baptisms:   1560-1599†   1600-1649   1650-1699*   1700-1749*   1750-1799*   
1800-1824†   1825-1849†   1850-1899*
Banns:   1755-1863†   1864-1900
Marriages:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863
Burials:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1849†   1850-1899†**
* indicates page is incomplete. ** indicates some transcriptions are available.
† indicates complete page has been reset to facilitate name searches.


This page was last updated on: 26 February 2020.

St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole

St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole
A living church for the Parish of Wimpole, located within the National Trust's Wimpole
Hall Estate. The Church is managed and maintained by the Parochial Church Council.

Aerial View of St Andrew's Parish Church 2016
Aerial View of St Andrew's Parish Church 2016.
Wimpole Rectory is on the right.
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