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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.
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.
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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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*
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 incomplete. ** indicates some transcriptions are available.
† indicates complete page has been reset to facilitate name searches.

This page is in the course of preparation. Listings 1850 to 1860 are completed.

Continued from the Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole: (Page Seven) 1825-1849
[Original transcript by T P R Layng 1983]
1850
6 January 1850 HURST John Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
17 February 1850 RUMBOLD Martha Rumbold, daughter of William Rumbold, shepherd, of Wimpole parish, and Sarah.
10 March 1850 REID Mary Reid, daughter of Joseph Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann
5 May 1850 RUMBOLD Elizabeth Ann Rumbold, daughter of John Rumbold, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
5 May 1850 ANGELL Louisa Angell, daughter of James Angell, brickmaker, of Wimpole parish, and Isabella.
22 May 1850 WHITBY George Whitby, son of Prime Whitby, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Ruth.
15 June 1850 PRIME David Prime, son of James Prime, grocer, of New Wimpole, and Jane.
15 June 1850 CHAPMAN Charles Chapman, son of John Prime, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Susan.
4 August 1850 SPAKMAN [Spaxman/
Spacksman]
Thomas Spakman, son of David Spakman, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
19 August 1850 WHITBY Fanny Whitby, daughter of James Whitby, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth.
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.
13 October 1850 SKINNER Ann Skinner, daughter of Samuel Skinner, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary
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.
25 May 1851 RULE Mary Rule, daughter of John Rule, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
25 May 1851 RULE Charles Rule, son of of John Rule, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth. "3 years old".
25 May 1851 PRATT George Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
20 July 1851 GOATS Thomas Goats, son of John Goats, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Sarah.
3 August 1851 REID David Reid, son of James Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Anne.
24 August 1851 RUMBOLD Mary Ann Rumbold, daughter of John Rumbold, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
23 November 1851 WHITBY William Whitby, son of Prime Whitby, labourer, of New Wimpole, and Ruth.
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.
1852
1 February 1852 REID James Reid, son of Joseph Reid, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
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
4 April 1852 MULBERRY Susan Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
1 August 1852 STRICKLAND Samuel Richard Strickland, son of Thomas Strickland, farmer, of Wimpole parish, and Margaret.
23 August 1852 GADD Anne Gadd, daughter of David Gadd, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary Anne.
5 September 1852 HURST William Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
5 December 1852 INGRAY Charles Ingray, son of James Ingray, labourer, of Wimpole parish, and Ann.
1853
2 January 1853 CHAPMAN Margaret Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Susannah.
2 January 1853 PELL James Pell, son of William Pell, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Frances.
6 March 1853 RUMBALD [Rumbold] Eliza Rumbald, daughter of John Rumbald, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
21 March 1853 STRICKLAND Clara Strickland, daughter of Thomas Strickland, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Margaret.
13 April 1853 STAMFORD John Stamford, son of John Stamford, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
1 May 1853 PRIME Eliot Prime, son of James Prime, groom of Wimpole parish, and Jane.
1 May 1853 SPACKSMAN [Spaxman/Spakman] Joseph William Spacksman, son of David Spacksman, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth.
31 July 1853 ANGELL Arthur Angell, son of James Angell, brickmaker of Wimpole parish, and Isabella.
4 September 1853 WHITBY Albert Whitby, son of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth.
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. 9 months old.
5 March 1854 WHITBY William Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
2 April 1854 MULBERRY Mary Ann Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, shepherd of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
2 April 1854 REID Maria Reid, daughter of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann
7 May 1854 RUMBOLD William Rumbold, son of John Rumbold, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
7 May 1854 BULLEN Sarah Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline.
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.
3 September 1854 GADD Eliza Gadd, daughter of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Anne.
5 November 1854 WHITBY Alice Whitby, daughter of James Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Emily.
1855
20 February 1855 SPACKSMAN
[Spaxman/Spakman]
Jane Goats Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
26 February 1855 STRICKLAND Thomas Walton Strickland, son of Thomas Strickland, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Margaret.
4 March 1855 HARRISON Mary Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of New Wimpole, and Mary.
1 April 1855 PRATT James Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
3 June 1855 HURST Catherine Silk Hurst, daughter of Robert Hurst, labourer of New Wimpole, and Mary.
1 July 1855 REID [Reed] Arthur Reid, son of James Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann.
5 August 1855 PRIME William Edward Prime, son of James Prime, grocer of New Wimpole, and Jane.
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.
    [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.
1856
24 February 1856 HALES Martha Ann Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of Wimpole parish (dead), and Lydia Ann.
4 April 1856 DELLAR Emma Dellar, daughter of James Deller, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann.
4 May 1856 MULBERRY Eliza Ann Mulberry, daughter of William Mulberry, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
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.
6 June 1856 GADD Walter Gadd, son of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza.
5 October 1856 WHITBY George James Whitby, son of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
5 October 1856 HEWITT Isaac Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
16 November 1856 WICKES Elizabeth Mary Wickes, daughter of George Henry Wickes, steward [to Lord Hardwicke] of Wimpole parish, and Jeannette.
1857
7 February 1857 GADD Thomas Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Ann Goodman, daughter of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary. ("Aged 4")
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Mary Goodman, daughter of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary. ("Aged 2 years upwards")
1 March 1857 GOODMAN Abraham Goodman, son of Samuel Goodman, gamekeeper of Wimpole parish, and Mary. ("Aged 1 year old")
26 April 1857 HARRISON Ellen Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
    [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.
3 May 1857 BULLEN Eliza Bullen, daughter of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline.
3 May 1857 HALES Mary Ann Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of New Wimpole, and Lydia Ann.
3 May 1857 SPAXMAN Sarah Ann Spaxman, daughter of David Spaxman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth
31 May 1857 PRATT Elizabeth Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
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.
4 July 1857 HURST James Hurst, son of Robert Hurst, labourer of New Wimpole, and Caroline.
4 October 1857 CHAPMAN Fanny Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Susan.
4 October 1857 SPACKSMAN George Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah.
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Jonathan Mulberry, son of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth. ("Born 22 May 1847")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Lydia Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth. ("Born 5 Oct 1851")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Anne Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth. ("Born 27 Dec 1853")
1 November 1857 MULBERRY Caroline Mulberry, daughter of Jonathan Mulberry, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth. ("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.] See also
24 April 1858 LONG Eliza Ann Louisa Long, daughter of Robert Long, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Elizabeth.
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. ("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.
1 August 1858 GADD Matilda Gadd, daughter of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza.
27 August 1858 WALKER Robert Webb Walker, son of Robert Lawrence Walker, farmer of Teversham and Elizabeth Anne.
27 August 1858 WALKER Elizabeth Ann Elliston Walker, daughter of Robert Lawrence Walker, farmer of Teversham and Elizabeth Anne.
7 November 1858 MALE Emily Ann Male, daughter of Job Male, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Daphne.
7 November 1858 REID Emma Eliza Ann Reid, daughter of James Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Ann.
13 November 1858 HALES Susan Hales, daughter of Benjamin Hales, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Ann.
1859
2 January 1859 INGRAY [Ingrey] Caroline Ingray, daughter of Samuel Ingray, labourer of New Wimpole, and Judith.
2 January 1859 HEWITT William Hewitt, son of Isaac Hewitt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Charlotte.
16 January 1859 PRATT Elizabeth Ann Pratt, daughter of David Pratt, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann.
16 January 1859 SMITH James Smith, son of Charles Smith, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Martha.
12 June 1859 HARRISON Catherine Harrison, daughter of John Harrison, schoolmaster of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
    [Of School House. John Harrison was schoolmaster of the Village School in New Wimpole.]
3 July 1859 MORRISON Joseph William Morrison Joseph Morrison, servant of Orwell parish, and Sarah.
14 August 1859 INGREY [Ingray] Arthur Ingrey, son of Thomas, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Eliza.
14 August 1859 BULLEN Mary Bullen, daughter of of William Bullen, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Caroline.
14 August 1859 SPACKSMAN
[Spaxman/Spakman]
James Spacksman, son of Alfred Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Sarah.
25 September 1859 WICKES William Henry Wickes, son of George Henry Wickes, steward to the Earl of Hardwicke, of Wimpole parish, and Jeannette.
2 October 1859 GADD Joseph Gadd, son of David Gadd, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary Ann.
6 November 1859 WHITBY Mary Ann Amelia Whitby, daughter of Samuel Whitby, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
1860
1 January 1860 REID Joseph William Reid, son of Joseph Reid, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Mary.
1 January 1860 RULE George Rule, son of David Rule, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Jane.
1 January 1860 SKINNER Charles Edward Skinner, son of James Skinner, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Anne.
    [Charles Edward Skinner had three sons - Charles Edward Skinner, Frank Skinner and Harry Skinner who were killed during WW1. See the Wimpole and Arrington War Memorial for details.]
15 January 1860 OLIVER Reginald Henry Oliver, son of Henry, butcher of Orwell parish, and Eliza.
30 January 1860 CRAVEN Constance Georgiana Craven, daughter of William George Craven**, gentleman of 17 Hertford St, Mayfair, London, and Mary Catherine [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 citing cruelty and adultery (by both parties). 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.
3 May 1860 PRATT William Pratt, son of John Pratt, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
16 May 1860 HAYLES [Hales] William Patman Hayles, son of Benjamin Hayles, labourer of Wimpole parish, and Lydia Ann.
6 May 1860 FLANDERS William Flanders, son of John Flanders, farmer of Wimpole parish, and Rachel.
1 July 1860 SPACKSMAN Anne Spacksman, daughter of David Spacksman, labourer of New Wimpole, and Elizabeth.
1 July 1860 MULBERY [Mulberry] George Mulbery, son of William Mulbery, shepherd of Wimpole parish, and Lydia.
1 July 1860 BULLEN Elizabeth Bullen, daughter of [blank] and Eliza Bullen, spinster of New Wimpole.
5 August 1860 GADD Keziah Gadd, daughter of James Gadd, labourer of Orwell parish, and Eliza.
2 September 1860 WATTS George Watts, son of Elias Watts, labourer of Orwell parish, and Elizabeth.
14 October 1860 RULE Charles Rule, son of David Rule, labourer of Arrington parish, and Mary.

The years that follow are being progressively transcribed.

The Baptisms for the Parish of Wimpole will continue in (Page Nine) 1875-1899.
[To be transcribed]

Wimpole Parish Registers:
Baptisms:   1560-1599†   1600-1649   1650-1699*   1700-1749*   1750-1799*   
1800-1824†   1825-1849†   1850-1874†**   1875-1899*
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 incomplete. ** indicates some transcriptions are available.
† indicates complete page has been reset to facilitate name searches.


This page was last updated on: 08 April 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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