Henry Cocksedge

(5 December 1756 - before 30 October 1757)
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 5 December 1756 in West Stow, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge (of West Stow) and Mary Unknown.
     Henry died before 30 October 1757 in West Stow, Suffolk. He was buried on 30 October 1757 in West Stow.

Henry Cocksedge

(before 1755 - )
     Henry Cocksedge married Isabella Gray. Henry Cocksedge was born before 1755 in Suffolk, England.

Child of Henry Cocksedge and Isabella Gray

Henry Cocksedge

(12 September 1755 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 12 September 1755 in Stanningfield, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Mary Arnold.

Henry Cocksedge

(26 June 1814 - before 14 June 1882)
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 26 June 1814 in Pakenham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Mary Hurrell.
Henry Cocksedge married Mary Ann Ottly on 14 February 1837 in Ixworth, Suffolk.
     Henry Cocksedge were recorded on the 1881 census in Fen Rd, Pakenham. Henry Cocksedge, head, widower, aged 68, ag. lab. born Pakenham.
     Henry died before 14 June 1882 in Pakenham, Suffolk. He was buried on 14 June 1882 in Pakenham.

Henry Cocksedge

(before 1590 - )
      A Henry was listed in the 1638 militia list at Barningham (with William C) as
servants to Mr Burrowes [Able men of Suffolk].
. Henry Cocksedge was born before 1590 in Suffolk, England.
Henry Cocksedge married Joan Plumb on 8 October 1609 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Henry Cocksedge

(before 1810 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born before 1810 in Suffolk.
Henry Cocksedge married Anna Maria Unknown (Gunner) on 27 January 1834 in Polstead, Suffolk. They were both widowed.

Henry Cocksedge

(9 July 1801 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born on 9 July 1801 in Hessett. He was the son of William Cocksedge and Charlotte Fulcher. Henry Cocksedge was christened on 17 July 1801 in Hessett.
Henry Cocksedge married Ann Mothersole on 25 December 1821 in Hessett, Suffolk. Both single of this parish, witnessed by John Cocksedge, all illiterate..
     Henry Cocksedge and Matilda Cocksedge were recorded on the 1841 census in Hessett. Henry Cocksedge, aged 35, living with Matilda 18, John 15, Sophia 10, Emma 8.

Children of Henry Cocksedge and Ann Mothersole

Henry Cocksedge

(20 September 1807 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born on 20 September 1807 in Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Rebecca Kerry. Henry Cocksedge was christened on 10 January 1808 in Rickinghall Superior.

Henry Cocksedge

(28 March 1699 - before 1 April 1699)
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 28 March 1699 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Rebecca Spalding.
     Henry died before 1 April 1699 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was buried on 1 April 1699 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Henry Cocksedge

(18 October 1582 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 18 October 1582 in Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk. Henrie Cocksage the sonne of John Cocksage and ffrancisse his wife was baptised in October 18 1582. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Frances Unknown.

Henry Cocksedge

(11 December 1742 - before 10 February 1744/45)
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 11 December 1742 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Matthias Cocksedge and Abigail Hall.
     Henry died before 10 February 1744/45 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was buried on 10 February 1744/45 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Henry Cocksedge

(20 June 1632 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 20 June 1632 in Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge.

Henry Cocksedge

(8 May 1673 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 8 May 1673 in Barningham, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Margaret Unknown.

Henry Cocksedge

(13 May 1860 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was also known as Harry in records. He was christened on 13 May 1860 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of Abraham Cocksedge and Maria Lock. Emma, George, Isaac, John, Henry and Sarah? were listed as the children of Abraham Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Kings Hall Green, Rougham, Suffolk. Henry was listed as Isaac Cocksedge's brother in the 1891 census in Small Green, Bradfield St George.

Henry Cocksedge

(circa 1867 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born circa 1867 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Emily Goodwill? William, Henry, John, Frederick, George, Albert, Bertie and James were listed as the children of George Cocksedge in the 1881 census in High Rougham.

Henry Cocksedge

(6 November 1856 - before 12 November 1856)
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 6 November 1856 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of Abraham Cocksedge and Maria Lock.
     Henry died before 12 November 1856 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 12 November 1856 in Rougham.

Henry Cocksedge

(3 April 1810 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born on 3 April 1810 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Ann Pallant. Henry Cocksedge was christened on 9 September 1810 in Rattlesden.

Henry Cocksedge

(circa 1725 - 25 May 1783)
     Henry Cocksedge was born circa 1725. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge.
He may be the Henry of Henry & Mary whose daughter Martha was buried 26 Nov 1738, at Flempton with Hengrave..
     Henry was buried on 25 May 1783 in St Catherine, Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. Henry Cocksedge, aged 58, of Livermere.

Henry Cocksedge

(before April 1844 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was born before April 1844 in London. He was the son of Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Fisher. Henry was listed as the son of Mary Fisher in the 1861 census in 1 Albert Row, Bury St Edmunds. Mary was a widowed laundress aged 52, born Needham Mkt?, with her son Henry 16, a baker, born London, Mdx and a visitor Elizabeth Manning born Hengrave.

Henry Cocksedge

(29 December 1859 - )
     Henry Cocksedge was christened on 29 December 1859 in Bradfield Combust, Suffolk. He was the son of Horatio Cocksedge and Maria Rose. Charles and Henry were listed as the children of Horatio Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Bradfield Combust.

Henry Cocksedge

( - after July 1740)
     Henry Cocksedge was the son of William Cocksedge and Margaret Unknown.
     Henry died after July 1740 in Ireland.
     Henry Cocksedge was mentioned in the will of William Cocksedge dated 29 July 1740.

Child of Henry Cocksedge

Henry Cocksedge

( - 26 October 1752)
      He may be the Henry of Henry & Mary whose daughter Martha was buried 26 Nov 1738, at Flempton with Hengrave..
     Henry was buried on 26 October 1752 in St Catherine, Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. Henry Cocksedge, of Hengrave.

Child of Henry Cocksedge

Henry Cocksedge (of West Stow)

(before 1735 - )
     Henry Cocksedge (of West Stow) was born before 1735 in Suffolk.
Henry Cocksedge (of West Stow) married Mary Unknown before 1754 in Suffolk.

Children of Henry Cocksedge (of West Stow) and Mary Unknown

Henry Alfred Cocksedge

(before March 1819 - )
     Henry Alfred Cocksedge was born before March 1819 in Woolpit, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Abraham Cocksedge and Emma Burman.
     Henry Alfred Cocksedge was mentioned in the will of Thomas Abraham Cocksedge dated 21 April 1825.
Henry Alfred Cocksedge married Louisa Ann Unknown.
     Henry Alfred Cocksedge was recorded on the 1841 census in Red House, Westleton, Suffolk. Henry Cocksedge, aged 22 independent, born in the county, in the same premises as John 41 & Louisa 40 Cooper, farmers.
     Henry Alfred Cocksedge and Louisa Ann Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in Westleton, Suffolk. Henry Alfred Cocksedge 32, farmer of 300 acres employing 12/17 men, born Woolpit; his wife Louisa Ann, 25, born Horringer? and son John Alfred Arthur 1, born Westleton, with a nurse and three servants.

Child of Henry Alfred Cocksedge and Louisa Ann Unknown

Henry James Cocksedge

(before 8 April 1856 - before 8 September 1935)
     Henry James Cocksedge was also known as James in records. He was born before 8 April 1856 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael Cocksedge and Mary Ann Wright. Henry James Cocksedge was christened on 13 April 1856 in Hessett. Henry and Michael were listed as the children of Michael Cocksedge in the 1861 census in the Malting House, Hessett. Henry, Michael, Emma and Mary were listed as the children of Michael Cocksedge in the 1871 census in Hessett.
Henry James Cocksedge married Sophia Shave, daughter of John Shave and Frances Unknown, on 23 June 1878 in Thurston, Suffolk.
     Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave were recorded on the 1881 census in the Street, east side, Hessett. James aged 26, born at Hessett, his wife Sophia aged 22, born Thurston and daugher Rose aged 1 born Hessett.
     Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave were recorded on the 1891 census in the Street, Hessett. Living in a three roomed house were Henry J Cocksedge, head, aged 35, a plate layer on the railway, his wife Sophia, aged 32, and children Florience C L, aged 7, Oliver H, aged 5, Oscar J aged 3 and Leonard H J aged 1, all born Hessett.
     Henry died before 8 September 1935 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 8 September 1935 in Hessett.

Children of Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave

Henry James Cocksedge

(7 July 1878 - before 10 August 1878)
     Henry James Cocksedge was born on 7 July 1878 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave. Henry James Cocksedge was christened on 31 July 1878 in Hessett.
     Henry died before 10 August 1878 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 10 August 1878 in Hessett.

Henry James Martin Cocksedge

(14 October 1866 - )
     Henry James Martin Cocksedge was christened on 14 October 1866 in Mickfield, Suffolk. He was the son of James Cocksedge (of Mickfield) and Sarah Unknown.

Henry le Heup Cocksedge

(before May 1846 - 29 April 1892)
     Henry le Heup Cocksedge was born before May 1846 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was the son of Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Caroline Rushbrooke. Arthur, Henry, Edward and Laura were listed as the children of Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Drinkstone, Suffolk.
     Henry le Heup Cocksedge was recorded on the 1861 census in Rushbrooke. He was the 15 year old nephew of the Rushbrook family, born at Beyton.
Henry le Heup Cocksedge married Mary Edith Dennis between July 1874 and September 1874 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
ii) Thos. Jervoise Huddleston of Bury St. Edmunds, Esq; Revd. Chas. Smyth Johnston of Felsham, clerk; Robt. Jn. Pettiward of Finborough Hall, Esq; Henry Leheup Cocksedge of Drinkstone, Esq; Jn. Boldero and Joseph Boldoro of Rattlesden, gents; Henry Jas. Debenham of Albury, Co. Hertford., gent; Jn. Green of Ipswich, gent; Samuel Scott of Felsham, gent; Jas. Debenham and Edmund Kinsey of Felsham, farmers; - called the "New Trustees of the Felsham Charity Lands.".
     Henry le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Edith Dennis were recorded on the 1881 census in Cottingham House Farm, Drinkstone. Henry Le Heup Cocksedge, aged 35, landed proprietor, born Beyton, wife Mary E, aged 18, born Bury St Edmunds, and his son Henry Le Heup aged 5, born Rougham.
     Henry died on 29 April 1892 in 47 Crown St, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was buried on 3 May 1892 in the cemetery, Bury St Edmunds.

Child of Henry le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Edith Dennis

Henry le Heup Cocksedge

(5 December 1875 - 6 September 1961)
      Kerry Robinson wrote: My grandfather did say he was born in Rougham; I have family wedding photos and party photos of many generations on horseback in an album which are labeled “Rushbrook Hall” with writing by my grandmother that says my grandfather lived there, and it also references the Rushbrookes as his 2nd cousins. My grandfather did own a dog breeding kennel in Santa Barbara, California, named Rougham Kennels. Henry le Heup Cocksedge was born on 5 December 1875 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Edith Dennis. Henry le Heup Cocksedge was listed as Henry le Heup Cocksedge's son in the 1881 census in Cottingham House Farm, Drinkstone.
     Henry resided at Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.
     Henry resided at Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada. He owned a goat farm.
Henry le Heup Cocksedge married secondly Mabel Catherine Howes on 10 October 1920 in Pasadena, California, USA. He had been previously married to a daughter of William Walker, an uncle by marriage of his Mabel.
     Henry died on 6 September 1961 in Arcadia, California, USA, aged 85. He was buried in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California.

Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge

(February 1816 - 9 August 1869)
     Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge was born in February 1816 in St Edmund's Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Martin Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Susanna Le Heup. Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge was christened on 11 July 1817 in Bury St Edmunds.
     Henry was educated from between 1831 and 1833 at King Edward VI Free Grammar School, Bury St Edmunds.
Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge married Mary Caroline Rushbrooke on 4 May 1843 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. Henry Leheup Cocksedge of BSE (son of T M Cocksedge, Esq) & Mary Caroline Rushbrooke, daughter of Robert Rushbrooke, Esq. MP[; and ;
At Rushbrook, H Leheup Cocksedge, esq. of St Edmunds HIll, to Mary, duaghter of Lt Col Rushbrooke, MP.
1846 - ii) Revd. Thos Anderson of Felsham, clerk; Wm Dalton of Bury St. Edmunds, Esq; Robt Jn Bussell of Finborough, Esq; Revd. Copinger Hill of Buxhall, clerk; Henry Leheup Cocksedge of Beyton, Esq; Jas.. Richd. Anderson of Felsham, Esq; Wm. Wright Luard of Witham, Co. Essex, Esq; Joseph Hanby Holmes of Bury St. Edmunds, gent; Isaac Sturgeon of Bury aforesd, gent.
RELEASE of a portion of land with buildings thereon called the Church House (4¾ x 2 rods) in Felsham with the liberty to take water in the pond formerly of Jannings, since of Jn. Cocksedge, since of Jn Scott on E. side of sd. pond; a croft enclosed called Church Croft, now divided, with appurtenances, in Felsham, with a way between the lands and tenements formerly of sd. Jn. Cocksedge called Hounds leading from the highway to the sd. Croft, formerly in occupation of Wm. Howell; and a piece of ground, now a gravel pit, (½a.) in Drinkstone, in occupation of parish officers of Felsham; and a tenement and small piece of ground in Long Brackland, Bury St. Edmunds, late in the occupation of -- Raven, since of -- Brady; and a field called Woodfield, now divided into 5 fields, in Buxhall (20a.) with half the lane adjoining called Common Lane in Buxhall, in the occupation of Isaac Jackson; upon trust to pay the rents and profits on the Bury property to the parish officers of Felsham to be laid out on a weekly dole of bread to the poor of Felsham, and likewise to pay the rents and profits arising from the other premises to the sd. officers for the repair of Felsham church, the residue to be used for the benefit of the parish of Felsham; endorsed REGISTRATION STAMP of Charity Commission, No.13219 (11k), 22 May 1912
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     Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Caroline Rushbrooke were recorded on the 1851 census in Drinkstone, Suffolk. Henry L Cocksedge aged 33, born St Edmund's Hill; Mary C aged 32, born Rushbrooke, Laura M, aged 7 born Beyton, Henry L aged 5 born Beyton, Edward aged 1, born Drinkstone, Auther (m) aged 4, born Beyton.
January 12th 1853. Bury & Norwich Post newspaper archive: There was a melancholy accident at Rattlesden on Saturday last. William Rushbrooke Eden, the eldest son of Col.Eden of the 56th reg. and Governor of Bermuda and Arthur Walsham, the son of Sir Thomas Walsham, had been shooting rabbits with Mr H.L. Cocksedge of Drinkston and uncle of the former. The party were returning home when they came to a fence, Mr Eden while uncocking his gun, the hammer slipped and Mr Walsham received the whole of the charge in his calf and left leg, the young gentleman speedily sank and he was removed to Mr Slaytor's at Stukeley's farm house. When Mr Slaytor of Woolpit and Mr Image of Bury arrived they prepared for amputation but he expired at between 9 and 10. Deceased who was 18 years old, had just passed for promotion at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich where both young gentlemen were gentlemen cadets and were attached friends.
     Henry resided at 'Drinkstone House', Drinkstone.
     Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Caroline Rushbrooke were recorded on the 1861 census in the Lodge, Drinkstone. Henry L Cocksedge, aged 43, landed proprietor, with his wife Mary C aged 43, born at Rushbroooke Hall and their children Laura M 17, Arthur W/H L 14, Naval cadet, both born at Beyton, Walter M L 9, Ernest R L 5 & Margaret F 3, the latter three born at Drinkstone with seven servants.
     Henry died on 9 August 1869 in Drinkstone, Suffolk, aged 53. He was buried on 14 August 1869 in Drinkstone.
     His will was proved on 15 November 1869.

Children of Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Caroline Rushbrooke