Ann Cocksedge

(24 January 1708/9 - 1743)
     Ann Cocksedge was christened on 24 January 1708/9 in Felsham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls.
     Ann died in 1743. Jan Pick wrote: Ann Cocksedge married Edmund Horrex at Euston in 1729. She was his second wife. The Horrexes had connections in Whepstead and the Whelnethams and there was a Roger Cocksedge in Whepstead for many years whom I thought might have been her brother. Edmund was from Foulden and Ann died there in 1743.

Elizabeth Bantoft

(before 1660 - )
     Elizabeth Bantoft was born before 1660.
     Elizabeth Bantoft married George Cocksedge on 14 October 1677 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     Administration of the estate of George Cocksedge was granted to Elizabeth Bantoft, in August 1685 in Sudbury.

Children of Elizabeth Bantoft and George Cocksedge

George Cocksedge

(before 1655 - before 4 July 1685)
     George Cocksedge was born before 1655 in Felsham?, Suffolk.
     George Cocksedge married Elizabeth Bantoft on 14 October 1677 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     1678/9 March 24
i) Edward Nunn of Felsham, gent., son and heir of Martin Nunn, late of Felsham; and Thos. Brundish, the elder, of Felsham, clerk, son and heir of Jn. Brundish, late of Felsham; - surviving feoffees.
ii) Tyrell Prettyman of Wetherden, gent; Wm. Plampin of Felsham, gent; Thos. Brundish, the younger, of Felsham, clerk; Robt. Goodrich; Thos. Spurgin; Wm. Scarpe; Geo. Cocksedge of Felsham; Jn. Scarpe of Bradfield St. George, gent; Henry Crossman of Felsham, gent; and Martin Cocksedge of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman.
Feoffment of property described in 2776/14 to use of the inhabitants of Felsham; endorsed Registration stamp of Charity Commission No. 13219 (11i), 22 May 1912; marked "8", and endorsed "executed onely by Nunn.".
     Records of Felsham Charity: Draft feoffment of property described in 2776/24; endorsed "not executed". i) Jn. Harwell of Felsham, gent; Jn. Cocksedge of Rattlesden, gent; and Edward Nunne of Felsham, gent., brother and heir of Geo. Nunne late of Felsham, gent; - surviving feoffees.
ii) Tyrell Prettyman of Wetherden, gent; Wm. Plampin of Felsham, gent; Thos. Brundish the elder, clerk; Thos. Brundish the younger, clerk; Robt. Goodrich; Thos. Spurgin; Wm. Scarpe; Geo. Cocksedge of Felsham; Jn. Scarpe of Bradfield St. George, gent; Henry Crossman of Felsham, gent; and Martin Cocksedge of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman.
Consideration £1..
     George died before 4 July 1685 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was buried on 4 July 1685 in Felsham. This may refer to his father.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Elizabeth Bantoft in August 1685 at Sudbury.

Children of George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Bantoft