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A local history and genealogy site for Wimpole, a village and parish in South Cambridgeshire.
Curated by Steve Odell.

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Baptisms 1850-1874 for the Parish of Wimpole (Page Eight)
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.
Listings prior to 1864 are based on the 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.
The transcription by T P R Layng concludes on 4 October 1863. The transcription following this date is by Julia Thorogood with contributions by John Steadman. 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 significant 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 or so 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, especially those from Nonconformist families.
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 original text are generally shown within [square brackets] and in italics.
This transcription has been reset to facilitate name searches in "name" format (ie forename/surname within quote marks). See the 'Searching for Names' box below for further search options.
I would be pleased to hear from you if you can offer any additional genealogical or family information relevant to this page, especially if you possess old photographs that could be added to the more general site for those who follow. Please use the site's Contact Page in the first instance.
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(BT: ) indicates the entry as shown in the Bishop's Transcripts 1599-1812 where it differs from the entry in the local church register.
[PR: ] Additional information from the Parish Registers.
[C: ] I have compared the Layng transcript with the commercially available Cambridgeshire Family History Society transcription. Any significant differences are indicated thus. Local parish records on CDs can be purchased from the society.
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This alphabetical name index [originating long before the era of internet search engines...] which lists over 1000 early Wimpole 'names' [and variations] from the Registers, can still be helpful in suggesting alternate or obscure spellings of surnames.
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Wimpole Parish Registers:
Baptisms:   1560-1599†   1600-1649   1650-1699*   1700-1749*   1750-1799*   
1800-1824†   1825-1849†   1850-1874†   1875-1899†   1900-1924†**
Banns:   1755-1849†   1850-1900
Marriages:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863
Burials:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1849†   1850-1899
* indicates page is unavailable. ** indicates some year transcriptions are available.
† indicates complete page has been set to facilitate name searches.
Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole continue here from: (Page Seven) 1825-1849
[Original transcript to 1863 by T P R Layng 1983]
1850
6 January 1850 HURST John Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Hurst.
17 February 1850 RUMBOLD Martha Rumbold, daughter of William Rumbold, shepherd, of Wimpole parish, and Sarah Rumbold.
10 March 1850 REID Mary Reid, daughter of Joseph Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reid.
5 May 1850 RUMBOLD Elizabeth Ann Rumbold, daughter of John Rumbold, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Rumbold.
5 May 1850 ANGELL Louisa Angell, daughter of James Angell, brickmaker, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Angell.
22 May 1850 WHITBY George Whitby, son of Prime Whitby, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Ruth Whitby.
15 June 1850 PRIME David Prime, son of James Prime, grocer, of New Wimpole, and Jane Prime.
15 June 1850 CHAPMAN Charles Chapman, son of John Prime, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Susan Chapman.
4 August 1850 SPAKMAN [Spaxman/
Spacksman]
Thomas Spakman, son of David Spakman, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spakman.
19 August 1850 WHITBY Fanny Whitby, daughter of James Whitby, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Whitby.
22 September 1850 OSBORN James Pratt Osborn, son of (blank) and Christina Osborn, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock. Father probably a local 'Mr Pratt'?]
13 October 1850 LONG George James Long, son of Robert Long, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Long.
13 October 1850 SKINNER Ann Skinner, daughter of Samuel Skinner, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Skinner.
1851
6 April 1851 SMITH Mary Ann Smith, daughter of (blank] and Ann Smith, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
27 April 1851 MULBERRY Charlotte Mulberry, daughter of (blank] and Jane Mulberry, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
27 April 1851 BULLEN John Coggin Bullen, son of (blank] and Rhoda Bullen, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock. Father probably a local 'Mr Coggin'?]
11 May 1851 WHITBY David Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
25 May 1851 RULE Mary Rule, daughter of John Rule, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Rule.
25 May 1851 RULE Charles Rule, son of of John Rule, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Rule. ("3 years old")
25 May 1851 PRATT George Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Pratt.
20 July 1851 GOATS Thomas Goats, son of John Goats, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Sarah Goats.
3 August 1851 REID David Reid, son of James Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Anne Reid.
24 August 1851 RUMBOLD Mary Ann Rumbold, daughter of John Rumbold, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Rumbold.
23 November 1851 WHITBY William Whitby, son of Prime Whitby, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Ruth Whitby.
25 November 1851 GADD William Gadd, son of (blank) and Caroline Gadd, spinster of New Wimpole. ("Since dead")
30 November 1851 BULLEN Jane Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer, of Wimpole parish,and Caroline Bullen.
1852
1 February 1852 REID James Reid, son of Joseph Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Reid.
12 February 1852 YORKE Alexander Campbell Yorke, son of [the Venerable Hon.] Henry Reginald Yorke, Rector of Wimpole, and [Lady] Flora Elizabeth [Campbell] Yorke of Wimpole parish.
    [Alexander Campbell Yorke was born on 12 January 1852 and died on 7 June 1925 (aged 73) at Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire.]
    [He was the last son of the Venerable Hon. Henry Reginald Yorke (brother to the 4th Earl of Hardwicke), and Lady Flora Elizabeth Campbell.]
    [Flora Elizabeth died from complications giving birth, dying on January 12th 1852 (aged 38). She was interred in the Yorke Family Vault]
    [Alexander Campbell Yorke (see Biographical Note with photograph] was the author of "Wimpole As I Knew It".]
4 April 1852 INGRAY George Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingray.
4 April 1852 MULBERRY Susan Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulberry.
1 August 1852 STRICKLAND Samuel Richard Strickland, son of Thomas Strickland, farmer, of Wimpole parish, and Margaret Strickland.
23 August 1852 GADD Anne Gadd, daughter of David Gadd, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Anne Gadd.
5 September 1852 HURST William Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Hurst.
5 December 1852 INGRAY Charles Ingray, son of James Ingray, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Ann Ingray.
1853
2 January 1853 CHAPMAN Margaret Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Susannah Chapman.
2 January 1853 PELL James Pell, son of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Frances Pell.
6 March 1853 RUMBALD [Rumbold] Eliza Rumbald, daughter of John Rumbald, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Rumbald.
21 March 1853 STRICKLAND Clara Strickland, daughter of Thomas Strickland, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Margaret Strickland.
13 April 1853 STAMFORD John Stamford, son of John Stamford, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Stamford.
1 May 1853 PRIME Eliot Prime, son of James Prime, groom of Wimpole parish, and Jane Prime.
1 May 1853 SPACKSMAN [Spaxman/Spakman] Joseph William Spacksman, son of David Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
31 July 1853 ANGELL Arthur Angell, son of James Angell, brickmaker of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Angell.
4 September 1853 WHITBY Albert Whitby, son of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Whitby.
4 September 1853 MULBERRY Catherine Hurst Mulberry, daughter of (blank) and Jane Mulberry, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock. Father probably a local 'Mr Hurst'.]
1854
5 March 1854 LONG David Long, son of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Long. ("9 months old")
5 March 1854 WHITBY William Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
2 April 1854 MULBERRY Mary Ann Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, shepherd of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulberry.
2 April 1854 REID Maria Reid, daughter of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reid
7 May 1854 RUMBOLD William Rumbold, son of John Rumbold, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Rumbold.
7 May 1854 BULLEN Sarah Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
7 May 1854 SPAXMAN [Spacksman/
Spakman]
John Spaxman, son of (blank) and Rebekah Spaxman spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
11 June 1854 OSBORNE Mary Elizabeth Osborne, daughter of (blank) and Christiana Osborne, spinster of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
6 August 1854 INGRAY Edward Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingrey.
3 September 1854 GADD Eliza Gadd, daughter of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Anne Gadd.
5 November 1854 WHITBY Alice Whitby, daughter of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emily Whitby.
1855
20 February 1855 SPACKSMAN
[Spaxman/Spakman]
Jane Goats Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
26 February 1855 STRICKLAND Thomas Walton Strickland, son of Thomas Strickland, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Margaret Strickland.
4 March 1855 HARRISON Mary Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of New Wimpole, and Mary Harrison.
    [Of School House. John Harrison was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
1 April 1855 PRATT James Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Pratt.
3 June 1855 HURST Catherine Silk Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of New Wimpole, and Mary Hurst.
1 July 1855 REID [Reed] Arthur Reid, son of James Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reid.
5 August 1855 PRIME William Edward Prime, son of James Prime, grocer of New Wimpole, and Jane Prime.
5 August 1855 BULLEN Sarah Ann Bullen, daughter of (blank), and Rhoda, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
26 August 1855 DELLAR William King Dellar, son of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar.
    [in margin - "I think this entry is not correctly made: the woman Caroline Dellar (as she calls herself) is the sister of Dellar’s first wife and therefore her marriage cannot be legal. - H. Yorke (Rector)."]
2 December 1855 REED [Reid] George Reed, son of Joseph Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reed.
1856
24 February 1856 HALES Martha Ann Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of Wimpole parish (dead), and Lydia Ann Hales.
4 April 1856 DELLAR Emma Dellar, daughter of James Deller, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Dellar.
4 May 1856 MULBERRY Eliza Ann Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulberry.
1 June 1856 WHITBY Charles Whitby, son of (blank) and Daphne Whitby, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
2 June 1856 LONG Mary Ann Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Long.
6 June 1856 GADD Walter Gadd, son of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza Gadd.
5 October 1856 WHITBY George James Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
5 October 1856 HEWITT Isaac Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt.
16 November 1856 WICKES Elizabeth Mary Wickes, daughter of George Henry Wickes, steward [to Lord Hardwicke] of Wimpole parish, and Jeannette Wickes.
1857
7 February 1857 GADD Thomas Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Gadd.
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Ann Goodman, daughter of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Goodman. ("Aged 4")
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Mary Goodman, daughter of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Goodman. ("Aged 2 years upwards")
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Abraham Goodman, son of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Goodman. ("Aged 1 year old")
26 April 1857 HARRISON Ellen Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of Wimpole parish, and Mary Harrison.
    [Of School House. John Harrison was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
3 May 1857 INGRAY John Ingray, son of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingray.
3 May 1857 BULLEN Eliza Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
3 May 1857 HALES Mary Ann Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of New Wimpole, and Lydia Ann Hales.
3 May 1857 SPAXMAN Sarah Ann Spaxman, daughter of David Spaxman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spaxman.
31 May 1857 PRATT Elizabeth Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Pratt.
31 May 1857 WILLMOTT Sarah Ann Bullen Willmott, daughter of (blank) and Elizabeth Willmott, spinster of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock. Father probably a local 'Mr Bullen'.]
28 June 1857 BARNETT Mary Lewis Barnett, daughter of John Barnett, clerk to sawmill etc, of Wimpole parish and Elmina Barnett.
4 July 1857 HURST James Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer of New Wimpole, and Caroline Hurst.
4 October 1857 CHAPMAN Fanny Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Susan Chapman.
4 October 1857 SPACKSMAN [Spaxman] George Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah Spacksman.
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Jonathan Mulberry, son of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Mulberry. ("Born 22 May 1847")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Lydia Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Mulberry. ("Born 5 Oct 1851")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Anne Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Mulberry. ("Born 27 Dec 1853")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Caroline Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Mulberry. ("Born 9 Aug 1856")
1858
3 April 1858 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of (blank) and Rhoda Bullen, spinster of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
24 April 1858 LONG Eliza Ann Louisa Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Long.
25 July 1858 BARNETT Harvey Lewis Barnett, son of John Barnett, clerk of works of Wimpole parish, and Elmina.
26 July 1858 CLARK Eliza Clark, daughter of John Clark, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Clark. ("since dead")
    [Eliza Clark, infant buried 29 July 1858]
1 August 1858 DELLAR David Dellar, son of James Deller, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Dellar.
1 August 1858 GADD Matilda Gadd, daughter of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza Gadd.
27 August 1858 WALKER Robert Webb Walker, son of Robert Lawrence Walker, farmer of Teversham and Elizabeth Anne Walker.
27 August 1858 WALKER Elizabeth Ann Elliston Walker, daughter of Robert Lawrence Walker, farmer of Teversham and Elizabeth Anne Walker.
7 November 1858 MALE Emily Ann Male, daughter of Job Male, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Daphne Male.
7 November 1858 REID Emma Eliza Ann Reid, daughter of James Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reid.
13 November 1858 HALES Susan Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Ann Hales.
1859
2 January 1859 INGRAY [Ingrey] Caroline Ingray, daughter of Samuel Ingray, labourer of New Wimpole, and Judith Ingray.
2 January 1859 HEWITT William Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt.
16 January 1859 PRATT Elizabeth Ann Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Pratt.
16 January 1859 SMITH James Smith, son of Charles Smith, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Martha Smith.
12 June 1859 HARRISON Catherine Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of Wimpole parish, and Mary Harrison.
    [Of School House. John Harrison was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
3 July 1859 MORRISON Joseph William Morrison, son of Joseph Morrison, servant of Orwell parish, and Sarah Morrison.
14 August 1859 INGREY [Ingray] Arthur Ingrey, son of Thomas, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingrey.
14 August 1859 BULLEN Mary Bullen, daughter of of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
14 August 1859 SPACKSMAN
[Spaxman/Spakman]
James Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah Spacksman.
25 September 1859 WICKES William Henry Wickes, son of George Henry Wickes, steward to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Jeannette Wickes.
2 October 1859 GADD Joseph Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Gadd.
6 November 1859 WHITBY Mary Ann Amelia Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
1860
1 January 1860 REID Joseph William Reid, son of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Reid.
1 January 1860 RULE George Rule, son of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
1 January 1860 SKINNER Charles Edward Skinner, son of James Skinner, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Anne Skinner.
    [In adult life, Charles Edward Skinner had four sons, three of whom were killed during WW1 (Charles Edward Skinner, Frank Skinner and Harry Skinner). See the Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial for commemoration pages.]
15 January 1860 OLIVER Reginald Henry Oliver, son of Henry, butcher of Orwell parish, and Eliza Oliver.
30 January 1860 CRAVEN Constance Georgiana Craven, daughter of William George Craven**, gentleman of 17 Hertford St, Mayfair, London, and Mary Catherine Craven [Yorke].
    [Constance Georgina Craven was the eldest daughter of William George Craven and Lady Mary Catherine (nee Yorke). Being the grand-daughter of the 4th Earl of Hardwicke, Constance was baptised at Wimpole. She married Captain Francis Marmaduke Henry Sandford, son of George Sandford Warren Sandford and Augusta Mary Greville, on 10 May 1886. She died in 1946.]
    [** William George Craven, landowner and racing administrator, grandson of 1st Earl of Craven, was born on 12 May 1835. He was the son of Hon. George Augustus Craven and Georgina Smythe. He married Lady Mary Catherine Yorke, daughter of Admiral Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl of Hardwicke, and Hon. Susan Liddell, on 20 July 1857. William George Craven and Mary Catherine Craven separated by mutual consent in 1869, then divorced 1880 each citing cruelty and adultery against the other. He died on 2 January 1906 at age 70.]
4 March 1860 HURST Sarah Ann Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Hurst.
3 May 1860 PRATT William Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Pratt.
16 May 1860 HAYLES [Hales] William Patman Hayles, son of Benjamin Hayles, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Ann Hayles.
6 May 1860 FLANDERS William Flanders, son of John Flanders, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Rachel Flanders.
1 July 1860 SPACKSMAN Anne Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
1 July 1860 MULBERY [Mulberry] George Mulbery, son of William Mulbery, shepherd of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulbery.
1 July 1860 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of (blank) and Eliza Bullen, spinster of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
5 August 1860 GADD Keziah Gadd, daughter of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza Gadd.
2 September 1860 WATTS George Watts, son of Elias Watts, labourer of Orwell parish, and Elizabeth Watts.
14 October 1860 RULE Charles Rule, son of David Rule, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Rule.
1861
7 April 1861 CHAPMAN Arthur Chapman, son of John Chapman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Susan Chapman.
7 April 1861 HEWITT Philip Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt.
12 May 1861 CLARK Eliza Clark, daughter of John Clark, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Clark.
4 August 1861 ERAUT [C: Grant] George Eraut, son of George Eraut, clerk of the works to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
4 August 1861 WAYMENT James Wayment, son of Charles Wayment, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayment.
4 August 1861 MULBERRY Jane Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Mulberry. ("Three years old".)
15 September 1861 LLEWELLIN Henry William Llewellin, son of Christopher Henry Llewellin, schoolmaster of New Wimpole, and Hestor Mary Ann Llewellin [nee Mapstone].
    [Of School House. In the 1861 census, 28-year-old Christopher Henry Llewellin was schoolmaster at the Village School in New Wimpole. He only held post for a year or two following the departure of John Harrison (c1859) and prior to the arrival of Samuel Horsfield (c1863).]
    [Henry William Llewellin died 27 September 1923 and is buried at Brisbane General (Toowong) Cemetary, Queensland, Australia.]
13 October 1861 GOODMAN John Goodman, son of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Goodman. ("Three years old")
13 October 1861 GOODMAN Hannah Goodman, daughter of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Goodman. ("Fourteen months old")
1 December 1861 SPACKSMAN Samuel Spacksman, son of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
1 December 1861 SPACKSMAN James Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah.
1 December 1861 REED Charles George Reed, son of Joseph Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Reed.
1862
5 January 1862 BULLEN John Bullen, son of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
23 February 1862 PRATT Susan Elizabeth Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Emma Pratt.
3 August 1862 WATTS Mary Watts, daughter of Elias Watts, labourer of Orwell parish, and Elizabeth Watts.
3 August 1862 GADD Emily Gadd, daughter of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza Gadd.
15 September 1862 COOK Joseph Cook, son of John Cook, foreman to Mr Glew, of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Cook.
12 October 1862 HUMPHREYS Thomas Booker Humphreys, son of William Humphreys, head gardener to Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Louisa Humphreys.
12 October 1862 RULE Charles John Clarke Rule, son of (blank) and Emily Rule, spinster of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified here, so presumably a birth out of wedlock with name 'Clarke' being the clue. And perhaps a resolution followed in that Emily married one Samuel Clarke a year later on the 14 October 1863 at Wimpole parish church. Perhaps the Rector twisted a few arms? At Charles John Rule's 1888 wedding at Wimpole to Mary Ann Goats, his father was recorded as 'Samuel Clarke'. Buried at Wimpole as "Charles John Rule" in 1907 aged 44.]
    [The 18th century legal term in English inheritance law for a bastard legitimised by later marriage of the parents was 'special bastard'. True.]
19 October 1862 PRATT Charlotte Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Pratt.
3 November 1862 RULE Eliza Ann Rule, daughter of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
3 November 1862 SKINNER William Skinner, son of James Skinner, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Skinner.
7 December 1862 INGREY Philip Ingrey, son of Thomas Ingrey, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingrey.
1863
4 January 1863 JOHNSON Eliza Johnson, daughter of John Merry, carpenter of Orwell parish and Jane Johnson.
8 February 1863 MALE Alexander Male, son of Job Male, labourer of Orwell parish, and Daphne Male.
12 April 1863 HALES Martha Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Ann Hales.
12 April 1863 GADD William Samuel Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Mary Ann Gadd.
12 April 1863 WHITBY Simeon Whitby, son of Alfred Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rebecca Whitby.
12 April 1863 HURST Mary Anne Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Hurst.
3 May 1863 WHITBY Louisa Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
7 June 1863 SMOOTHY Alice Elizabeth Smoothy, daughter of Joseph Smoothy, grocer of Arrington parish, and Martha Smoothy.
7 June 1863 MULBERRY David Mulberry, son of William Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulberry. ("since dead")
    [David Mulberry, infant, buried 12 June 1863, died from bronchitis.]
14 June 1863 HEWITT Rebecca Hewitt, daughter of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt. ("since dead")
    [Rebecca Hewitt, infant, buried 26 June 1863, died from disease of the lungs.]
12 August 1863 WICKES Mary Ann Wickes, daughter of George Henry Wickes, steward to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Jeannette Wickes.
4 October 1863 ERAUT [C: Grant] Ernest Eraut, son of George Eraut, clerk of works [to the Earl of Hardwicke], of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
4 October 1863 ** CLARKE Sarah Elizabeth Clarke, daughter of John Clarke, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary Clarke.
4 October 1863 REED Jane Reed, daughter of James Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reed. ("three years old")
4 October 1863 REED Jeannette Reed, daughter of of James Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reed.
29 November 1863 BULLEN Lydia Ann Bullen, daughter of Benjamin Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Hannah Bullen.
6 December 1863 SPAXMAN [Spacksman] Elizabeth Spaxman, daughter of Alfred Spaxman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah Spaxman.

** The transcription by T P R Layng concluded 4 October 1863. The Baptism Register for the Parish of Wimpole continues to 1874 on this page [transcription by Julia Thorogood; further research by John Steadman and Steve Odell].
1864
3 January 1864 HORSFIELD Henry Horsfield son of Samuel Horsfield, schoolmaster of New Wimpole and Eunice Horsfield.
    [Of School House. Samuel Horsfield [correct spelling] was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
3 January 1864 WAYMENT Eliza Ann Wayment, daughter of Charles Wayment, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayment.
3 January 1864 SPACKSMAN [Spaxman] Elizabeth Goats Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
    [PR: Elizabeth Goates Spacksman, infant, of New Wimpole, died from croupe. Buried 27 December 1864.]
3 January 1864 PRATT George Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Emma Pratt.
7 February 1864 MONEY Charles Money, son of (blank) and Elizabeth Money, a single woman of Wimpole parish. (written in parent's surname box: "Mr & Mrs G Bullen")
    [Note: Charles Money was presumably the illegitimate son of George Bullen. Elizabeth Money of Streatham married George Bullen of Wimpole, just three weeks before this baptism, on the 14 January 1864 at Wimpole. The curious way this baptism was recorded by the Rector presumably indicates the undated birth predated the wedding.]
15 March 1864 HAGGAR Edward Holborn Haggar, son of William Haggar, farmer of Wimpole Parish, and Eliza Haggar. Private baptism. ("Admitted into the Church on 10 April 1864")
20 March 1864 DELLAR Julia Matilda Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar. ("seven years old")
20 March 1864 DELLAR Henrietta Amelia Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar. ("five years old")
20 March 1864 DELLAR Walter Ellis Dellar, son of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar. ("three years old")
20 March 1864 DELLAR Rose Jeannette Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar.
10 April 1864 WHITBY William Whitby, son of Alfred Whitby, labourer of New Wimpole, and Rebecca Whitby.
1 May 1864 CLARKE George Clarke, son of Samuel Clarke, labourer of New Wimpole, and Emily Clarke.
5 June 1864 BULLEN George Bullen, son of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
7 August 1864 HEWITT John Carter Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt.
3 September 1864 ADAMS Joseph Adams, son of Joseph Adams, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Adams. ("Private baptism")
2 October 1864 SMOOTHY Mary Emmeline Smoothy, daughter of Joseph Smoothy, grocer of Arrington parish, and Martha Smoothy.
2 October 1864 GOATS Mary Ann Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Harriett Goats.
6 November 1864 PRATT James Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Ann Pratt.
4 December 1864 GADD Andrew Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of New Wimpole, and Mary Ann Gadd.
4 December 1864 MULBERY [Mulberry] Ellen Mulbery, daughter of William Mulbery, shepherd of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Mulbery.
1865
5 February 1865 COOPER Grace Cooper, daughter of Charles Cooper, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Cooper.
12 February 1865 WATTS Miriam Watts, daughter of Elias Watts, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Watts.
5 March 1865 RULE Ada Jane Rule, daughter of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
2 April 1865 HALES [Haley] Benjamin Charles Hales, son of Benjamin Hales, labourer (deceased) of New Wimpole, and Lydia Ann Hales.
    [PR: The father (Benjamin Haley, of New Wimpole, aged 31 years, died from inflammation of lungs, and) was buried 21 September 1864 at Wimpole.]
4 June 1865 INGRAY Richard Charles Ingray, son of (blank) and Mary Ann Ingray, single woman of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
    [PR: Richard Charles Ingrey, buried at Wimpole on 8 September 1865.]
4 June 1865 CLARK Eliza Clark, daughter of Samuel Clark, labourer of New Wimpole, and Emily Clarke.
11 June 1865 HAGGER Kezia Elizabeth Hagger, daughter of William Hagger, farmer, Church Farm, of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Harradine Hagger.
9 July 1865 INGRAY Agnes Ingray, daughter of Thomas Ingray, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingray.
20 August 1865 HUMPHREYS Albert Lee Humphreys, son of William Humphreys, of Wimpole Gardens, gardener to Earl of Hardwicke, and Louisa Humphreys.
3 September 1865 ERAUT [C: Grant] Isabelle Eraut, daughter of George Eraut, clerk of records to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
1 October 1865 WAYMENT George Watment, son of Charles Wayment, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayment.
5 November 1865 BULLEN Elizabeth Ann Bullen, daughter of George Bullen, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Bullen.
5 November 1865 REED Susan Reed, daughter of Joseph Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reed.
1866
7 January 1866 PELL Frederick Charles Pell, son of (blank) and Mary Ann Pell, single woman of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
4 March 1866 SPACKSMAN Mary Ann Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of Kingston parish, and Elizabeth Spacksman.
4 March 1866 PRATT James Ingray Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
8 April 1866 BULLEN Edward James Bullen, son of Benjamin Bullen, labourer of Arrington Bridge, Wimpole parish, and Hannah Bullen. ("twin")
8 April 1866 BULLEN Ada Mary Bullen, daughter of Benjamin Bullen, labourer of Arrington Bridge, Wimpole parish, and Hannah Bullen. ("twin")
6 May 1866 SINDALL Celia Cambridge Sindall, daughter of of Robert Langford Sindall, farm mechant of Wimpole parish, and Anne Brown Sindall.
11 June 1866 DELLAR Annie Dinah Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar. ("privately baptised")
24 June 1866 GRANGER Rose Alice Granger, daughter of Richard Granger, farmer of Kingston parish, and Sarah Lydia Granger.
8 July 1866 WHITBY Sarah Whitby, daughter of Alfred Whitby, labourer of New Wimpole, and Rebecca Whitby.
5 August 1866 GOATS Sarah Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Harriett Goats.
5 August 1866 RAYMENT Francis Charles Rayment, son of John Rayment, blacksmith of Bassingborn parish, and Elizabeth Rayment.
5 August 1866 DELLAR James Dellar, son of James Dellar, labourer of Arrington Bridge, Wimpole, and Ann Dellar.
5 August 1866 DELLAR George Henry Dellar, son of James Dellar, labourer of Arrington Bridge, Wimpole, and Ann Dellar.
14 September 1866 INGRAY Albert Ingray, son of Thomas, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Ingray. ("privately baptised")
    [PR: Albert Ingrey, infant, buried 24 September 1866 at Wimpole. Premature birth.]
23 September 1866 SMOOTHY Martha Fitzjohn Smoothy, daughter of Joseph Smoothy, shop keeper of Arrington parish, and Martha Smoothy.
1867
27 January 1867 HORSFIELD Walter Horsfield, son of Samuel Horsfield, school master of New Wimpole, and Eunice Horsfield.
    [Of School House. Samuel Horsfield [correct spelling] was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
3 February 1867 BULLEN David Bullen, son of David Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Bullen.
24 February 1867 ERAUT (C: Grant) Alexander Eraut, son of George Eraut, clerk of works [on the Wimpole Estate], of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
24 March 1867 HAGGER Sarah Ann Hagger, daughter of William, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Harradine Hagger.
27 April 1867 PRATT William Yaxley Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Ann Pratt. ("admitted into Church 4 Aug 1867")
5 May 1867 HUMPHREYS Alexander Augustus Humpheys, son of William Humphreys, head gardener to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Louisa Humpheys.
5 May 1867 BULLEN Ellen Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Bullen.
5 May 1867 WAYMENT Philip Wayment, son of Charles Wayment, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayment.
2 June 1867 HURST Eliza Ann Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of New Wimpole, and Caroline Hurst.
2 June 1867 GADD Harry Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of New Wimpole, and Mary Anne Gadd.
2 June 1867 SPACKSMAN Samuel Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah Spacksman.
2 June 1867 REED William Stacy Reed, son of James Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reed.
2 June 1867 CLARK David Stanford Clark, son of Samuel Clark, labourer of New Wimpole, and Emily Clark.
2 June 1867 COOPER William Cooper, son of Charles Cooper, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Cooper.
2 June 1867 INGREY Arthur Ingrey, son of (blank) and Mary Ann Ingrey, a single woman of New Wimpole.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
7 September 1867 GOATS Arthur Goats, son of John Goats, labourer of New Wimpole, and Priscilla Goats. ("privately baptised")
    [PR: Arthur Goats, infant, buried at Wimpole on 12 September 1867.]
23 October 1867 HEWITT Walter Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt. ("since died")
    [PR: Walter Hewitt, infant, buried at Wimpole on 28 October 1867.]
26 October 1867 DELLAR William Robert Dellar, son of James Dellar, labourer of Arrington Bridge, Wimpole, and Ann Dellar. ("privately baptised")
    [PR: William Robert Dellar, 11 months, buried at Wimpole on 2 November 1867.]
3 November 1867 REED Henry Reed, son of Joseph Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reed.
1868
5 January 1868 BULLEN Sarah Jane Bullen, daughter of George Bullen, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth Bullen.
5 April 1868 HOWES Ann Howes, daughter of Joel Howes, blacksmith of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Howes. ("1 year and 3 months")
5 April 1868 PRATT Annie Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
7 June 1868 RULE Lizzie Rule, daughter of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
    [PR: Lizzie Rule, of Arrington Bridge, buried 17 April 1869 at Wimpole aged one year.]
7 June 1868 SKINNER Arthur Skinner, son of James Skinner, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Anne Skinner.
23 August 1868 INGREY Elizabeth Ingrey, daughter of George Ingrey, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Hannah Ingrey. ("privately baptised")
    [PR: Elizabeth Ingrey buried 30 August 1868 at Wimpole, aged two months.]
4 October 1868 RUMBOLD Louisa Ellen Rumbold, daughter of Philip Rumbold, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Maria Rumbold.
25 October 1868 HUMPHREY Henry James Humphrey, son of William Humphrey, gardener of Wimpole parish, and Louisa Humphrey. ("privately baptised")
1 November 1868 SPACKSMAN David Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Sarah Spacksman.
6 December 1868 SMOOTHY Charles Smoothy, son of Joseph Smoothy, shopkeeper of Wimpole [Arrington?] parish, and Martha Smoothy.
1869
3 January 1869 BULLEN Philip Frederic Bullen, son of Benjamin Bullen , labourer of Wimpole parish, and Hannah Bullen.
3 January 1869 DELLAR Elizabeth Ann Dellar, daughter of of James Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Dellar.
7 February 1869 COOPER Charles Cooper, son of Charles Cooper, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Cooper.
21 February 1869 WHITBY Elizabeth Whitby, son of Alfred Whitby, labourer of New Wimpole, and Rebecca Whitby.
7 March 1869 HEWITT Mary Ann Hewitt, daughter of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte Hewitt.
9 May 1869 HORSFIELD Frank Horsfield, son of Samuel Horsfield, schoolmaster of Wimpole parish, and Eunice Horsfield.
    [Of School House. Samuel Horsfield (correct spelling) was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
6 June 1869 DUDLEY Julia Catherine Dudley, daughter of Charles Dudley, brickmaker of New Wimpole, and Anna Maria Dudley.
6 June 1869 WAYMENT Agnes Jemima Wayment, daughter of Charles Wayment, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayment.
20 June 1869 GADD David Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of New Wimpole, and Mary Gadd. ("posthumous child")
19 June 1869 GOATS Edward Goats, son of John Goats, labourer of New Wimpole, and Priscilla Goats. ("child privately baptised")
4 July 1869 HAGGAR [Hagger] Eliza Anne Haggar, daughter of William Haggar, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Haggar.
22 August 1869 INGREY Martha Ingrey, daughter of George Ingrey, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Hannah Ingrey. ("privately baptised")("received into Church 3 October 1869")
5 September 1869 ERAUT [C: Grant] Jilly Eraut, daughter of George Eraut, clerk of works to Lord Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
5 September 1869 BULLEN Henry Bullen, son of David Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Bullen.
5 September 1869 WHETSTONE Mary Ann Whetstone, daughter of (blank) and Eliza Ann Whetstone, single woman of Wimpole parish.
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
5 September 1869 GOATS Eliza Ann Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Harriet Goats.
1870
6 March 1870 PRATT Lizzie Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
27 March 1870 DELLAR Minnie Dora Dellar, daughter of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar.
27 March 1870 DELLAR Frederic Ellis Dellar, son of William Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Dellar.
10 April 1870 PRATT Nelly Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Ann Pratt.
27 April 1870 GIFFORD Naomi Eliza Gifford, daughter of Maca [Macer?] Gifford, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Gifford.
    [PR: Naomi Eliza Gifford, infant, buried Wimpole on 5 May 1870, bronchitis. (In margin: "baptised 3 days before death")
1 May 1870 REID Alfred Reid, son of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann Reid.
1 May 1870 HOWE David Thomas Howe, son of Joel Howe, blacksmith of Wimpole parish, and Mary Howe.
15 May 1870 RULE Mary Ann Rule, daughter of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Rule.
3 July 1870 WAGSTAFF Elizabeth Anne Wagstaff, daughter of James Wagstaff, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Wagstaff.
7 August 1870 CLARKE Mary Ann Clarke, daughter of Samuel Clarke, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emily Clarke.
4 September 1870 GIFFORD Naomi Gifford, daughter of Micer [Macer] Gifford, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Gifford.
4 September 1870 SPACKSMAN Walter Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Sarah Spacksman.
18 September 1870 HAGGER Helena Hagger, daughter of William Hagger, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Hagger. ("privately baptised")
    [PR: Helana Hagger, buried Wimpole on 23 September 1870, 10 weeks old.]
25 September 1870 REED Sarah Ann Reed, daughter of James Reed, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Reed. ("privately baptised")
2 October 1870 RULE Emily Rule, daughter of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
1871
5 March 1871 SKINNER Annie Skinner, daughter of James Skinner, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Anne Skinner.
5 March 1871 WAYMAN Kitty Wayman, daughter of Charles Wayman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayman.
7 May 1871 BULLEN William Bullen, son of George Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Bullen.
4 June 1871 PRATT David Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Ann Pratt.
4 June 1871 COOPER May [Mary?] Cooper, daughter of Charles Cooper, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Cooper.
    [PR: Mary Cooper, 6 months old, buried Wimpole on 10 September 1871.]
16 July 1871 WHITBY Emily [Emma?] Whitby, daughter of Alfred Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rebecca Whitby.
    [PR: Emma Whitby, 10 months old, buried Wimpole on 14 April 1722.]
16 July 1871 RUMBOLD Philip William Rumbold, son of Philip Rumbold, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Martha Rumbold.
8 October 1871 ERAUT [C: Grant] Sydney Eraut, son of George Eraut, clerk of the works to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
1872
7 January 1872 PRATT David Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
7 January 1872 PRATT Richard Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
24 February 1872 DUDLEY Mary Jane Dudley, daughter of Charles Dudley, brick maker of Wimpole parish, and Anna MariaDudley.
11 February 1872 GOATS Lucy Jane Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Harriet Goats.
26 May 1872 RULE Lizzy Rule, daughter of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Rule.
30 June 1872 WOBOYS [Warboys] John William Woboys, son of of John Woboys, farmer of Kingston parish, and Mary Anne Woboys.
30 June 1872 HURST Elizabeth Annie Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Hurst.
30 June 1872 GOATS Alice Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Priscilla Goats.
4 July 1872 WHITBY Harry Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
15 September 1872 COOPER Catharine May Cooper, daughter of Charles Cooper, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline Cooper.
29 September 1872 RULE Charles Rule, son of William Rule, labourer of Bassingbourn parish, and Elizabeth Rule.
6 October 1872 WAYMAN Charles Wayman, son of Charles Wayman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayman.
13 October 1872 RULE Susan Jane Lydia Rule, daughter of James Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth Rule.
9 November 1872 HAGGER Osborn Thomas Hagger, son of of James Hagger, farmer at Combe Grove Farm, Wimpole parish, and Betsy Hagger. ("privately baptised")
9 November 1872 HAGGER Saunders Hagger, (son?) of James Hagger, farmer at Combe Grove Farm, Wimpole, and Betsy Hagger. ("privately baptised")
9 November 1872 HAGGER Flora Hagger, daughter of James Hagger, farmer at Combe Grove Farm, Wimpole parish, and Betsy Hagger. ("privately baptised")
10 November 1872 WHITBY Angelina Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
10 November 1872 WHITBY Emily Anne Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Whitby.
10 November 1872 DELLAR William Dellar, son of James Dellar, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emily Dellar.
10 November 1872 BULLEN Ernest John Bullen, son of Benjamin Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann Bullen.
12 November 1872 HORSFIELD Fannie Maude Horsfield, daughter of Samuel Horsfield, school master of Wimpole parish, and Eunice Horsfield. ("privately baptised")
    [Of School House. Samuel Horsfield (correct spelling) was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
29 December 1872 GIFFORD Henry John Gifford, son of Macer Gifford, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza Gifford.
1873
6 April 1873 BULLEN George Bullen, son of David Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Bullen.
6 April 1873 BULLEN Emma Bullen, daughter of David Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Bullen
4 May 1873 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of (blank) and Eliza Bullen, of Wimpole parish. ("illeg")
    [Father not identified, born out of wedlock.]
11 May 1873 ELLIS John Ellis, son of Robert Ellis, labourer of Grantchester parish, and Eliza Ann Ellis. ("privately baptised 30 January")
18 May 1873 SEWELL Ada Mary Sewell, daughter of Henry Sewell, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rebecca Sewell.
8 June 1873 SPAXMAN (/Spacksman) Anna Spaxman, daughter of Alfred Spaxman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Sarah Spaxman.
8 June 1873 CLARKE Cornelius Clarke, son of Samuel Clarke, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emily Clarke.
7 December 1873 PRATT John Pratt, son of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emma Pratt.
1874
1 February 1874 PRATT Annie Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary Pratt.
15 February 1874 HOY Eliza Susan Hoy, daughter of Peter Hoy, labourer of Orwell parish, and Mary Anne Hoy.
3 May 1874 FLACK Bertha Anne [Jane Elizabeth] Flack, daughter of George Flack, labourer of Orwell parish, and Elizabeth Flack. (in margin: "Jane Elizabeth received into Church, baptised circa 21 January")
3 May 1874 CHAPMAN Eliza Anne Chapman, daughter of Elijah Chapman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Chapman. ("15" - years?)
3 May 1874 PAPWORTH Charles Papworth, son of Samuel Papworth, labourer of Toft parish, and Mary Papworth.
- May 1874 COLLIN Caroline Jane Collin, daughter of William Collin, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane Collin.
8 May 1874 PATMAN John Patman, son of (blank) and Lydia Patman of Wimpole parish. ("privately baptised") ("admitted [to Church] on 1 November 1874")
    [Father not identified, presumably born out of wedlock.]
24 May 1874 SMOOTHY Oswald Smoothy, son of Joseph Smoothy, tradesman [shopkeeper] of Arrington parish, and Martha Smoothy.
28 June 1874 BULLEN Lily Bullen, daughter of John Bullen, carpenter of Wimpole parish, and Annie Bullen.
26 July 1874 HAWES Frances Eveline Hawes, daughter of Frederick George Hawes, tailor of St Pancras, and Mary Anne Hawes.
26 July 1874 ERAUT [C: Grant] Walter Eraut, son of George Eraut, clerk of works [to the Earl of Hardwicke], of Wimpole parish, and Isabella Eraut.
16 August 1874 WARBOYS Edward James Warboys, son of of John Warboys, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Anne Warboys.
6 September 1874 WAYMAN Walter Wayman, son of Charles Wayman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Rhoda Wayman.
1 November 1874 GOATS Annie Elizabeth Goats, daughter of John Goats, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Harriet Goats.
    [PR: Annie Elizabeth Goats buried 13 June 1876 at Wimpole, aged nineteen months.]
Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole continue here: (Page Nine) 1875-1899.
[Being transcribed]
Wimpole Parish Registers:
Baptisms:   1560-1599†   1600-1649   1650-1699*   1700-1749*   1750-1799*   
1800-1824†   1825-1849†   1850-1874†   1875-1899†   1900-1924†**
Banns:   1755-1849†   1850-1900
Marriages:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863
Burials:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1849†   1850-1899
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This page was last updated on: 03 June 2020.

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