James Samuel Cocksedge

(21 February 1819 - 13 June 1887)
     James Samuel Cocksedge was born on 21 February 1819 in Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of James Cocksedge and Harriet Shearing.
     James Samuel Cocksedge married Mary Ann Woods, daughter of James Woods and Elizabeth Cocksedge, on 23 March 1848 in Stowmarket, Stow RD, Suffolk.
     Agreement dated 26 April 1870 between James Samuel Cocksedge, of Stowmarket, ironfounder, James Woods of Stowmarket, gent, Edmund Freeman Woods of Stowmarket, ironfounder, John W C C Morrison and George G Nicol of London, trustees and the North Britiah and Mercantile Insurance Company.
     He was the founder of Cocksedge & Co. Ltd and his son JWA Cocksedge became a partner.
     James died on 13 June 1887 in Ipswich, Suffolk, aged 68.
     The administration of his estate was granted to James Woods Arthur Cocksedge on 9 July 1887 at Ipwich. Administration (with will) of James Samuel Cocksedge, of Ipswich, ironfounder was granted to James Woods Arthur Cocksedge, of 13 St Peters St, Ipswich, ironfounder, son and one of the residuary legatees.

Children of James Samuel Cocksedge and Mary Ann Woods

James Woods Arthur Cocksedge

(1 January 1857 - 20 May 1928)
     James Woods Arthur Cocksedge was christened on 1 January 1857 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. He was the son of James Samuel Cocksedge and Mary Ann Woods.
James Woods Arthur Cocksedge was apprenticed on 12 February 1872. James Woods Arthur Cocksedge, son of James Samuel Cocksedge of Stowmarket, ironfounder apprenticed to Edmund Freeman Woods, James Samuel Cocksedge and Edward Warner of the ironworks, Stowmarket trading under the firm of Woods, Cocksedge and Warner.
     The business in Grey Friars Road consisted of a small foundry, a pattern shop and an engineering shop and it employed 12 men. A few years later Mr Cocksedge took his son, Mr JWA Cocksedge into partnership. Mr JWA Cocksedge has for some years previously been gaining experience with two large engineering firms in London. Business increased and when the original premises became too small they were supplemented by the acquisition of an additional building situated on the other side of the road.
     Administration of the estate of James Samuel Cocksedge was granted to James Woods Arthur Cocksedge, on 9 July 1887 in Ipwich, Administration (with will) of James Samuel Cocksedge, of Ipswich, ironfounder was granted to James Woods Arthur Cocksedge, of 13 St Peters St, Ipswich, ironfounder, son and one of the residuary legatees.
     James died on 20 May 1928 in Ipwich, Suffolk, aged 71.

James Woods Arthur Cocksedge

(June 1856 - )
     James Woods Arthur Cocksedge's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1856 in Hadleigh, Ipswich RD, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Jane Unknown. James was listed as the son of John Cocksedge in the 1861 census in Ipswich, St Clement. John Cocksedge 27, boiler maker's labourer. his wife Jane Cocksedge 28, and his son James Cocksedge 6. all born at Hadley. James was listed as John Cocksedge's son in the 1871 census in 8 Pottery St, Ipswich, St Helen.

Jane Cocksedge

(before 1770 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was born before 1770 in Rickinghall Superior, Suffolk.

Child of Jane Cocksedge

Jane Cocksedge

(25 March 1714 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was born on 25 March 1714 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Matthias Cocksedge and Penelope Braham.
     Jane Cocksedge and Penelope Braham, Matthias Cocksedge, Thomas Cocksedge, Elizabeth Cocksedge, Penelope Cocksedge, Martha Cocksedge and Catherine Cocksedge were beneficiaries in Matthias Cocksedge's will dated 14 July 1719 in Bury St Edmunds.
     Jane Cocksedge married William Booty on 30 October 1738 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Married by licence.

Jane Cocksedge

(25 April 1740 - before 12 July 1740)
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 25 April 1740 in Felsham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Peter Cocksedge and Ann Firmin.
     Jane died before 12 July 1740 in Felsham, Suffolk. She was buried on 12 July 1740 in Felsham.

Jane Cocksedge

(before 1785 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was born before 1785 in Suffolk, England.
     Jane Cocksedge married John Groom on 16 January 1803 in Tostock, Suffolk.

Children of Jane Cocksedge and John Groom

Jane Cocksedge

(16 July 1592 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 16 July 1592 in St Mary, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Daughter of Thomas Cocksedge & Alles his wife.. She was the daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Alice Unknown.

Jane Cocksedge

(5 November 1815 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 5 November 1815 in Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Cocksedge and Mary Crosby.

Jane Cocksedge

(25 June 1865 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 25 June 1865 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Hammond Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hart.
     Jane Cocksedge married James Pryke on 23 December 1887 in Thorpe Morieux. Jane, the daughter of George Cocksedge married James Pryke on 23 December 1887 at Thorpe Morieux.

Jane Cocksedge

(20 May 1866 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 20 May 1866 in Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk. She was the daughter of George Cocksedge and Mary Anne Cracknell. Jane and Fanny were listed as the children of George Cocksedge in the 1871 census in Hall Farm Rd, Bradfield St Clare.
     Jane Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in Great Green, Bradfield St George. Jane Cocksedge, unmarried, aged 17, born at Bradfield St Clare, was a farmer's servant with the Bullock family.

Jane Cocksedge

(22 April 1681 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 22 April 1681 in Woolpit, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Rev Francis Cocksedge MA and Jane Unknown.
     Jane Cocksedge married John Cocksedge in 1703 in Bacton, Suffolk.
     As the last entry for the year ending Easter 1715, a burial in woollen of Jonathan Sorr was sworn by Dorothy Bulbrooke before Mr Francis Cocksedge, Jane Cocksedge & Samuel Cocksedge in the Hessett register.

Jane Cocksedge

(10 December 1750 - before 6 July 1754)
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 10 December 1750 in Thurston, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Francis Cocksedge and Sarah Baker.
     Jane died before 6 July 1754 in Thurston, Suffolk. She was buried on 6 July 1754 in Thurston.

Jane Cocksedge

(28 September 1755 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 28 September 1755 in Thurston, Suffolk. 28 Oct 1755 in Sfk FHS transcript. She was the daughter of Francis Cocksedge and Sarah Baker.

Jane Cocksedge

(26 July 1778 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened on 26 July 1778 in Gt Ashfield, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Richard Cocksedge and Elizabeth Baxter.

Jane Cocksedge

(May 1708 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was christened in May 1708 in Bacton, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Rev Francis Cocksedge BA and Elizabeth Stinnet.

Jane Cocksedge

(circa 1697 - )
     Jane Cocksedge was born circa 1697. She was the daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Bridget Lambe.
     Jane Cocksedge and Thomas Cocksedge, Henry Cocksedge, Ann Cocksedge, William Cocksedge, John Cocksedge and Simon Cocksedge were beneficiaries in Thomas Cocksedge's will dated 23 October 1707 in Drinkstone.

Jane Anna Cocksedge

(before 13 October 1861 - )
     Jane Anna Cocksedge was also known as Annie Jane Cocksedge in records. She was born before 13 October 1861 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was christened on 13 October 1861 in Hessett. She was the daughter of Frederick Cocksedge and Emma Melton. Walter, Jane, Kate and Frederick were listed as the children of Frederick Cocksedge in the 1871 census in Valley Farm, Hessett, Suffolk. Walter, Kate, Jane and Frederick were listed as the children of Frederick Cocksedge in the 1881 census in on the west side of the street, Hessett. Jane, Walter, Kate and Frederick were listed as the children of Emma Melton in the 1891 census in Beyton Rd, Thurston, Suffolk.

Jane Annie Cocksedge

(1890 - June 1936)
     Jane Annie Cocksedge was born in 1890. She was the daughter of Kate Annie Cocksedge.
     Jane Annie Cocksedge married Ernest Edward Green, son of Jacob Green, before 1927.
     Jane's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1936 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Child of Jane Annie Cocksedge and Ernest Edward Green

Jane Esther Cocksedge

(31 July 1811 - March 1887)
     Jane Esther Cocksedge was also known as Esther in records. She was born on 31 July 1811 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Martin Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Susanna Le Heup. Jane Esther Cocksedge was christened on 14 November 1811 in Bury St Edmunds, St James, Suffolk.
     Jane Esther Cocksedge married Harry Edgell on 23 September 1835 in Fornham St Martin, Suffolk. At Fornham, Suffolk, the Rev Mr Edgell, of Hawstead, and of St John's College, Cambridge, to Jane Esther, fifth daughter of the late M T Cocksedge, esq. of Bury. Jane Esther Cocksedge was a visitor in the household of John Thomas Ord in the 1851 census in Fornham St Martin, Suffolk.
     Jane Esther Cocksedge and Harry Edgell appeared on the 1861 census in the Rectory, Nacton, Suffolk. Harry Edgell 61, rector of Nacton, born St George Bloomsbury, his wife Jane E Edgell 58, born BSE, with 3 domestic servants: Eliza Francis 29 Eliza Baldwin 28 May A Fulcher 23.
     Jane's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1887 in Woodbridge RD, Suffolk.

Child of Jane Esther Cocksedge and Harry Edgell

Janet Violet Kate Cocksedge

(February 1896 - )
     Janet Violet Kate Cocksedge was born in February 1896 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Henry James Cocksedge and Sophia Shave. Janet Violet Kate Cocksedge was christened on 14 April 1898 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Joan? Cocksedge

(20 March 1596/97 - )
     Joan? Cocksedge was christened on 20 March 1596/97 in Barningham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Cocksedge.

John Cocksedge

(3 January 1625/26 - before 30 September 1678)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 3 January 1625/26 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Elizabeth Unknown.
     John Cocksedge married Elizabeth Goddard on 9 April 1651 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     At his daughter Elizabeth's baptism in Jan 1651/2, he is described as John jr. which implies he had a father John living.
A John Cocksedge, widower of Bradfield Combust had his will proved in 1681.
     John died before 30 September 1678 in the Lane, Rougham. He was buried on 30 September 1678 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was described as "the elder, in the Lane."

Children of John Cocksedge and Elizabeth Goddard

John Cocksedge

(say 1640 - before 29 March 1697)
     He was possibly married previously to Mary, note that two wives of John Cocksedges were buried at Rougham in 1662, one of Monk Bradfield 3 Nov (Hannah's husband) and the other "in the Lane" Jan 12 1662/3. John Cocksedge was born say 1640 in Rougham, Suffolk. This link is only assumed. He was the son of John Cocksedge.
     John Cocksedge married Margery Crofts, daughter of Edward Crofts and Margaret Unknown (Crofts), on 4 October 1666 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. John Cocksedge of Rougham & Margery Crofts of Rushbrooke, both single. Banns.
     In the Rougham glebe terrier dated c. 1672 John is mentioned as having land to the north of the second part of the glebe.
     John Cocksedge was mentioned in the 1674 hearth tax list in Rougham, Suffolk, with 2 or 4 hearths. There were 2 John Cocksedges at Rougham: Jo. Cockseage, Jo. Howe and Fr. Sturgin with 3 hearths, and Jo. Cocksedge & Jo. Kinge with 4 hearths.
Note that there are two other Johns at Culford and Wetherden.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 20 December 1693 in Rougham, Suffolk. His will mentions his wife Margery and his six children John, Thomas, Mary, Robert, Peter & Joseph and his cousin William Cocksedge of Rougham.
In the name of God amen I John Cocksedge of Rougham Sfk yeoman being unsound in body by reason of old age but otherwise in good health and of perfect mind and memory blessed be God do make and ordain this my last will and testament this twentieth day of December in the fifth year of the reign of our Sov. lord and Lady King William and Queen Mary over England Scotland France & Ireland Defenders of the Faith ... and in the year of our Lord 1693. First I commend my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my maker in the moderation of Jesus Christ my blessed saviour and redeemer my body I committ to the earth to be decently buried and for my wordly estate I dispose thereof as followeth:
ITEM I give unto my son John Cocksedge the house where I now dwell with the home sitting thereunto adjoining conteyning six acres more or less for terme of his life and after his decease to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give unto Margery my loving wife the tenement where my son John Cocksedge now dwells during her natural life and after her decease to my son John Cocksedge and to the heirs of the his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give and devise unto Margery my wife the inclosed piece of land lying in Easty Feild by London Road containing three acres more or less and I give unto Margery my wife three other acres of land lying in Easty Feild more or less during her natural life and after the decease of the said Margery I give the six acres of land to be sold and the money for which the said land is sold to be equally divided among these my children here named Thomas Cocksedge Mary Cocksedge Robert Cocksedge William Cocksedge Peter Cocksedge Joseph Cocksedge excepting my daughter Mary Cocksedge and to her I give five pounds of lawfull English money more than to any of my other children out of that money the land shall be sold for. If any of these my children dye before the money be payable then I bequeath their portion or parts to the survivors and I request my cosen William Cocksedge of Rougham to assist my children in the sale of this land
Further my will and meaning is that if the said Margery my wife shall happen to marry again or to be marryed to any man after my decease then and in such case the six acres of land more or less lying in or nigh Easty Feild and in this my will before mentioned I give and devise the said six acres of land after such the second marriage to be forthwith sold and the money to be disposed of after the same manner to those my six children in this my will before mentioned and my desire is if my son John Cocksedge can or will purchase the said six acres of land that he may have it as cheap or cheaper than any other person all the rest and residue of my goods & chattels Cowes Houses and all manner of Household stuffe whatsoever I doe hereby give and devise unto Margery my wife for the payment of my debts funerall charges and performance of this my will which said Margery my wife I make constitute and appoint Executor of my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the marke of John Cocksedge published sealed and subscribed for my last will and testament in the presence of Geo Turner Richard Noble the marks of Thomazin Noble.

     John died before 29 March 1697 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 29 March 1697 in Rougham. John Coxage senior.
     His will was proved on 9 April 1697 at Sudbury.

Children of John Cocksedge and Margery Crofts

John Cocksedge

(21 November 1667 - before 2 May 1733)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 21 November 1667 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Margery Crofts.
     John Cocksedge married Ann Bowles on 20 October 1692 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was described as John jr at both his marriage and his eldest two children's births.
     In John Cocksedge's will dated 20 December 1693 in Rougham, Suffolk, John Cocksedge was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Margery and his six children John, Thomas, Mary, Robert, Peter & Joseph and his cousin William Cocksedge of Rougham.
In the name of God amen I John Cocksedge of Rougham Sfk yeoman being unsound in body by reason of old age but otherwise in good health and of perfect mind and memory blessed be God do make and ordain this my last will and testament this twentieth day of December in the fifth year of the reign of our Sov. lord and Lady King William and Queen Mary over England Scotland France & Ireland Defenders of the Faith ... and in the year of our Lord 1693. First I commend my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my maker in the moderation of Jesus Christ my blessed saviour and redeemer my body I committ to the earth to be decently buried and for my wordly estate I dispose thereof as followeth:
ITEM I give unto my son John Cocksedge the house where I now dwell with the home sitting thereunto adjoining conteyning six acres more or less for terme of his life and after his decease to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give unto Margery my loving wife the tenement where my son John Cocksedge now dwells during her natural life and after her decease to my son John Cocksedge and to the heirs of the his body lawfully begotten for ever
ITEM I give and devise unto Margery my wife the inclosed piece of land lying in Easty Feild by London Road containing three acres more or less and I give unto Margery my wife three other acres of land lying in Easty Feild more or less during her natural life and after the decease of the said Margery I give the six acres of land to be sold and the money for which the said land is sold to be equally divided among these my children here named Thomas Cocksedge Mary Cocksedge Robert Cocksedge William Cocksedge Peter Cocksedge Joseph Cocksedge excepting my daughter Mary Cocksedge and to her I give five pounds of lawfull English money more than to any of my other children out of that money the land shall be sold for. If any of these my children dye before the money be payable then I bequeath their portion or parts to the survivors and I request my cosen William Cocksedge of Rougham to assist my children in the sale of this land
Further my will and meaning is that if the said Margery my wife shall happen to marry again or to be marryed to any man after my decease then and in such case the six acres of land more or less lying in or nigh Easty Feild and in this my will before mentioned I give and devise the said six acres of land after such the second marriage to be forthwith sold and the money to be disposed of after the same manner to those my six children in this my will before mentioned and my desire is if my son John Cocksedge can or will purchase the said six acres of land that he may have it as cheap or cheaper than any other person all the rest and residue of my goods & chattels Cowes Houses and all manner of Household stuffe whatsoever I doe hereby give and devise unto Margery my wife for the payment of my debts funerall charges and performance of this my will which said Margery my wife I make constitute and appoint Executor of my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the marke of John Cocksedge published sealed and subscribed for my last will and testament in the presence of Geo Turner Richard Noble the marks of Thomazin Noble.

     John died before 2 May 1733 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 2 May 1733 in Rougham. John Cocksedge; but there was also a death of John Cocksedge on 5 Mar 1732/3.

Children of John Cocksedge and Ann Bowles

John Cocksedge

(9 December 1694 - before 9 November 1785)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 9 December 1694 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Ann Bowles.
     John Cocksedge married Catherine Nights in June 1718 in Gt Barton, Suffolk. John Cocksedge was widowed before 29 March 1722 on the death of his wife Catherine Nights.
     John Cocksedge married Margaret Bird on 19 September 1723 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     He must have moved from Rougham to Hessett between 1726 & 1728, see baptisms of sons Thomas and William.
Note that there were two contemporary couples having children at Rougham - John & Margaret with issue 1724 & Aug 1726 and John & Mary with issue May 1720-1729, unless John was widowed and remarried Mary but it would be unusual to baptise the younger child after the elder.
     He is presumably the overseer of the poor in Hessett from February 9 1729 to 1733 when his name (with mark) appears with those of the other churchwardens and overseers in the parish register.
     5th Sept, 1754 - Attested Copy of 24th. Nov., 1753 Deed to Lead to a Common Recovery whereby Michael [II] Leheup (of Hessett, Suff., esq; eldest son of Michael [I] Leheup, esq. and his wife Elizabeth née Gery, both deceased) conveys to Thomas Henzell (of Gray's Inn, Mdx., gent.) (a) "Hesset" or "Hegesset" manor; (b) the advowson of Hessett church; (c) "Thederistra" or "Thedwastre" hundred, Suff. which Michael [II] Leheup holds in succession to his father; (d) Hessett Hall and its appurtenances, occupied by M. [II] Leheup; (e) seven closes called "Scots Ground" at Hessett; (f) two "pightles" or pieces of land in Hessett and Bradfield, Suff. called "Hannah Pightle" and "Bristol Pightle"; (g) the farm in Hessett, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston[e] pas., Suff. which John Paine leases; (h) a 12-a. woodland in those four pas. and Bacton alias Bayton, Suff. also tenanted by J. Paine; (i) the farm in Hessett and Rougham which John Jacob cultivates; (j) the farm in Hessett, Rougham, Drinkstone and Bacton which is let to John Cocksedge; (k) the farm in Hessett and Drinkstone which Simon Ray holds; (l) the farm in Hessett, Bradfield, Rougham and Bacton leased by William Swan; (m) "The Bells" inn, occupied by W. Swan; (n) Thomas Holdrige's Hessett house; (o) the four cottages which Thomas Bawly, Richard Gosling, William Jewers and William Mothersole inhabit; (p) Thomas Jacob's Hessett ground; (q) those farms in the Norf. pas. or hamlets of Diss, Disheywood and "Wingfarthing" [Winfarthing] once leased to Widow Lincoln but now to Thomas Chapman; (r) the water corn mill formerly called Dilcock's Mill with a 7½-a. meadow on the southern side of Coventry and near the walls (lately held by Robert Bunny but now by his executors); (s) two tenements and a workhouse in Hill St., Coventry let to John "Gulston" [Gulson]; (t) John and Charles Taylors' Coventry house; (u) a Smithford St., Coventry messuage and ground heretofore held by William Wright and later by -- Clegg; (v) a messuage and garden in "West Orchard Street", Coventry (lately occupied by Abraham Phillips but now by his widow); (w) a 14-a. meadow and pasture called "The Three Fields" beyond Bishop Gate, Coventry with a barn, all held by Thomas Smith; (x) Thomas Mucot's garden and two stables at West Orchard; (y) the 12-a. "Stoneyfield" beyond Bishop Gate; (z) the barn at Cook St., Coventry formerly let to William Townsend but now to John Londe; (aa) a messuage in the Butchery, Coventry which William Winterton, butcher holds; (ab) a piece of land and two pastoral closes (4½a.) called "Shuckmere" in Coventry city's liberties (lately farmed by Widow Warden but now by J. Londe); (ac) the parsonage-site at "Folkhull alias "Focell" [Foleshill] [,Coventry]; (ad) that parsonage's lands; (ae) Foleshill tithes; (af) the messuage, divided into three, in Bishop St., Coventry which William Chaplain (or his under-tenants) occupies; and (ag) "Church Lees" close at Radford [, Coventry]: all will be held so that before the end of the present Michaelmas Term Charles Le Grice (of Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., gent.) may promote a common recovery at M. [II] Leheup's expense. John Cocksedge was widowed before 23 January 1768 on the death of his wife Margaret Bird.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 22 June 1785 in Stansfield, Suffolk. He mentions his children Thomas, William, Michael, Margaret & Benjamin. Will of John Cocksedge sr. of Rougham... but now residing in Stansfield Hall and in the said county do make this my last ... I trust my Exec. hereafter mentioned will see my body decently enterred and as to what worldly goods whether lands, moneys or chattels here or elsewhere I give and bequeath to my dear son Thos Cocksedge of Stansfield paying out of my estate and effects at Rougham first the mortgage namely £220 to my son William Cocksedge £5.00 to Michael £5.00 Margaret £5.00 Benjamin £5.00 and after the said legacies are paid and my funeral expenses discharged then my will and pleasure is that the aforesaid Thomas Cocksedge shall make the best of and receive the residue for his use and to his disposal. And lastly I do nominate my son Thomas Cocksedge sole executor ... in witness whereof... set my hand and seal 22nd June 1785. X the mark of John Cocksedge, in the presence of William Gilly sr., Richard Boreham, John Johnson.
     John died before 9 November 1785 in Hessett, Suffolk. Note that a John Cocksedge was buried at Hessett in 1745, fiche copy of entry is almost illegible. He was buried on 9 November 1785 in Hessett. He was described as a widower, aged 96.
     His will was proved in 1786 at Suffolk.
     14 June 1791 - Attested copy of an attested copy of 27 Nov 1753. Conveyance (Bargain and Sale), to make a tenant to the praecipe, to suffer a common recovery; from Michael Leheup of Hesset Suffolk Esq, eldest son and heir of Michael Leheup Esq, on the body of Elizabeth, his wife (late Elizabeth Gery) both deceased, to Thomas Henzett of Gray's Inn Middx, gent, (tenant to the praecipe) and Charles Grice of Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, gent (demandant) of (1) The Manor of Hesset (alias Hegeset) with demesnes, rights, etc, the advowson of the church of Hesset and the Hundred of The derwestre with rights, Suffolk, the mansion house called Hesset Hall, previously occupied by Michael Leheup deceased, now occupied by Michael Leheup (party to this deed), with attached fields called 'Scots Grounds' in Hesset (2) Two pieces of land in Hesset and Bradfield, Norfolk, called Hannah pightle and Bristol pightle (3) a house with farm, fields etc, in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston, Suffolk (3) Several woods etc, 124 acres in area in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston and Barton alias Bayton Suffolk, now occupied by John Parre (4) A house or farm with lands in Hesset and Rougham occupied by John Jacob (5) A house or farm with lands, pastures etc in Hesset, Rougham, Drinkston and Barton, other called Bayton occupied by John Cocksedge (6) A house or farm with lands and pastures, in Hesset and Drinkston, occupied by Simon Ray (7) A house or farm with lands and pastures, in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Barton, alias Bayton, occupied by William Swan (8) A house, called 'the Sign of the Bells' in Hesset occupied by William Swan (9) A house in Hesset occupied by Thomas Holdinge (10) Several houses or cottages in Hesset, occupied by Thomas Bawley, Richard Gosling, William Jewers and William Mothersole and a piece of land attached, occupied by Thomas Jacob (11) Houses, farms etc with lands, pastures etc, in the hamlets of Diss, Disleywood and Wingfarthing Norfolk, formerly occupied by (name not stated) Lincoln, widow, and now by Thomas Chapman and his undertenants (12) a Watercorn Mill, called Dilcocks' Mill, with 7½ acres of meadow, on the south side of the City of Coventry, previously occupied by Robert Bunny, now by the executors of Robert Bunny (13) Two houses and a workhouse in Hill Street, Coventry, with an adjoining yard, occupied by John Gulston (14) A house in Coventry, occupied by John Taylor and Charles Taylor and an adjoining house and land, previously occupied by William Wright and (name not stated) Clegg in Smithford Street, Coventry (15) A house and garden in West Orchard Street, Coventry occupied by Abraham Phillips, then by his widow (16) 14 acres of meadow, lying outside Bishops Gate, Coventry with a barn, yard and piece of ground occupied by Thomas Smith (17) A garden and two stables in West Orchard Street occupied by Thomas Muscott (18) A field, 12 acres in area called 'Honey Field', outside Bishop's Gate Coventry (19) A barn in Cock Street Coventry, previously occupied by William Townshend, now occupied by John Lorde (20) A house in the Butchery (Butcher Row) Coventry, occupied by William Winterton, butcher (21) A piece of land and two fields, area 4½ acres, called Shuckmore, in the liberties of Coventry, previously held by (name not stated) Warden, widow, now occupied by John Lorde (22) The site of the parsonage of Foleshill, in the County of the City of Coventry (23) All houses and barns on the site and arable and meadow land of the parsonage, with corn, grain and hay tithes, in the parish of Foleshill (24) Houses in Bishop Street, Coventry, divided into three parts, occupied by William Chaplin (25) A field called 'Church Lees', in Radford in the County of the City of Coventry. Notes re 26 Nov 1753, the acknowledgement of the deed in Kings Bench, 1753, the enrolment of the Common Recovery, 1 Sept 1763 the original attested copy of the deed, compared with this copy, made on 14 June 1791.

Children of John Cocksedge and Catherine Nights

Children of John Cocksedge and Margaret Bird

John Cocksedge

(30 June 1790 - before 19 October 1794)
     John Cocksedge was born on 30 June 1790 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Benjamin Cocksedge and Bridget Mills. John Cocksedge was christened on 4 July 1790 in Hessett.
     John died before 19 October 1794 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 19 October 1794 in Hessett.

John Cocksedge

(16 November 1761 - before 24 December 1761)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 16 November 1761 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael Cocksedge and Mary Wilkin.
     John died before 24 December 1761 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was buried on 24 December 1761 in Hessett.

John Cocksedge

(21 September 1693 - before 28 September 1693)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 21 September 1693 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Ann Bowles.
     John died before 28 September 1693 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 28 September 1693 in Rougham.

John Cocksedge

(17 September 1719 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 17 September 1719 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Catherine Nights.
     John died. He was not mentioned in his presumed father's will of 1785. A John Cocksedge was buried at Hessett in 1745, fiche copy of entry is almost illegible.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Bird on 15 November 1754 in Rougham.

Child of John Cocksedge and Mary Bird