Frederick Hunn

(29 November 1857 - )
     Frederick Hunn was christened on 29 November 1857 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire. He was the son of Alfred Hunn and Elizabeth Taylor.

Frederick Hunn

(11 January 1843? - )
     Frederick Hunn was also known as King in records. Frederick Hunn was also known as Knight? in records. He was born on 11 January 1843? In Plympton St Mary, Devon. He was the son of Capt Frederick Hunn and Mary Ann Knight. Frederick Hunn was christened on 11 June 1843 in Plympton St Mary, Devon. Frederick, son of John and Mary Ann King, Plympton, mariner; born Jan 11 January 1843.
     Frederick Hunn was mentioned in the will of Capt Frederick Hunn dated 10 August 1850. Frederick was listed as the son of Capt Frederick Hunn in the 1851 census in 34 Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Charles the Martyr, Devon.
     Frederick Hunn was recorded on the 1861 census in 11 Raglan Place, St Pancras, Middlesex. Frederick Hunn, 18, lodger with the Maddocks family, a railway clerk born Plymouth.
     Frederick Hunn was recorded on the 1871 census in Sothern? Rd, Watford, Hertfordshire. Mary Ann Hunn, head, widow, 60, born Saltash, Cornwall; Frederick Hunn, son unmarried 28, railway clerk, born Plymouth, Devon; James Harrison, lodger, unmarried 36, corn merchant's clerk, born Wilts.
Frederick Hunn married Elizabeth Sarah Thompson on 6 September 1876 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire.
     Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson were recorded on the 1881 census in 7 Woodford Rd, Watford, Hertfordshire. Frederick Hunn, 38, born Plympton St Mary, was a married railway clerk with his wife Ellizabeth H 24, born Stepney and their children Maude E aged 1, born Watford, a brother in law James B Thompson aged 26, also born Stepney and a railway clerk, and an 18 year old servant, Eliza Gravestock.
     Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson were recorded on the 1891 census in 67 Wendover Rd, Willesden, Middlesex. Frederick Hunn, married 49, railway official, born at sea, his wife Elizabeth 34, born Stepney and children Annie M aged 9 and Frederick E aged 4, born born at Watford.
     Frederick Hunn was recorded on the 1901 census in 17 Branshill? Rd, Willesden, Middlesex. Fred'k Hunn, 58, railway worker, born Plympton, Devon; wife Elizabeth S Hunn, 44, born Stepney, children Maud E Hunn, 21, railway clerk, born Watford, Annie M Hunn, 19, born Watford, Fredk E Hunn, 14, born Watford, Kathleen V Hunn, 6, born Harleston.

Children of Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson

Capt Frederick Hunn

(8 July 1789 - 13 October 1852)
     Capt Frederick Hunn was born in Cumberland, England. He was christened on 8 July 1789 in St Andrew's and Nonconformist, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland. Highfield claimed that he and his sister Ann were the third set of twins for Mary Anne. However no evidence has been found for others. He was the son of Richard Hunn and Mary Ann Costello.
     Frederick served in the Royal Navy was a Captain between 1803 and 1846.
     Capt Frederick Hunn was mentioned in the will of Maria Hunn dated 3 February 1804.
     Capt Frederick Hunn and Frances Emma Pickmore obtained a marriage licence on 14 October 1814.
Capt Frederick Hunn married Frances Emma Pickmore on 15 October 1814 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex.
In 1818, he is mentioned in the Treasury Long Papers, bundle 580: Admiral Francis Pickmore, d 1818: case of Captain Frederick Hunn, son-in-law and executor, respecting debts to Crown.
The Hampshsire telegraph on 2 January 1826 announced: On Tuesday next will be published, Report of a trial in the Court of the Kings Bench, in which Mt Geo Hannford, late master of His Majesty's ship Tweed, was plaintiff, and Frederick hunn, Esq., Captain of that ship, defendant.
The trial was held in the previous December.
On 11 Sep 1827, he wrote to Lord Seaforth, via Mr Huskisson, re Canning's death.
His portrait was painted in 1828, just before his departure to take up the position of Harbour Master at Malta. He retired on 1 Oct 1846.
     Capt Frederick Hunn was recorded on the 1841 census in Mutley, Compton Giffard, Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, Devon. Frederick Hunn, 50, Navy H.P. not born in the county, with Sarah Bell 55 and Grace Bell 20, both female servants born in the county.
On 18 August 1845, Fred Hunn wrote about his career for O'Burne's naval biography.
     Capt Frederick Hunn made a will dated 10 August 1850 in Plymouth, Devon. His will states that he is a Captain in the Royal Navy and mentions his ship "Redwing", his daughter Emily the wife of the Rev John William Rumsey of Orsett by Romford in the county of Essex, John Jane Smith the elder of Gibbon Street, Plymouth, Frederick Hunn King the son of Mary Ann Knight now residing with me as my housekeeper, who is under 21.
     Capt Frederick Hunn was recorded on the 1851 census in 34 Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Charles the Martyr, Devon. Fred Hunn, head, married, 57/51?, Capt. RN, born Cumberland; Fred Hunn, son, 8, born Plympton St Mary, Devon, with Mary A Knight, 40, servant unmarried, house servant, born Saltash, Cornwall and Sarah J Knight, 17, servant born Plymouth.
     Frederick died on 13 October 1852 in Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Devon, aged 63. He was buried on 19 October 1852 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon. He has a brass mural tablet in St Andrew's church.
     His will was proved on 19 November 1852 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He is listed in the Index toDeath Duty registers as: Hunn, Frederick, Capt, Plymouth, Rev John ... as executor.
     A great granddaughter of the Noads, Miss Teale, who was living at Scarborough, Yorkshire in 1927, possessed an oil portrait of Mary Ann Costelloe, which was illustrated in the Daily Telegraph on 16 April 1927, accompanying a sketch of Mary Ann's life written by Frederick R Gale, whose wife, nee Emily Frances Tapply was a great grand daughter of Mary Ann's son, Capt Frederick Hunn, R.N.

Children of Capt Frederick Hunn and Frances Emma Pickmore

Children of Capt Frederick Hunn and Mary Ann Knight

Frederick Edward Hunn

(September 1886 - )
     Frederick Edward Hunn's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1886 in Watford, Hertfordshire. He was the son of Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson. Maud, Annie, Frederick and Kathleen were listed as Frederick Hunn's children in the 1901 census in 17 Branshill? Rd, Willesden, Middlesex.

Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet

(3 June 1787 - before 19 October 1833)
     Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet was born on 3 June 1787 in Maker, Cornwall.
Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet married Mary Ann White on 19 January 1811 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire. He was a shipwright, both of Portsea when applying for a licnece on 19 Jan 1811.
     Frederick died before 19 October 1833 in Portsea, Hampshire. He was buried on 19 October 1833 in Portsea.

Children of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White

Isabella Hunn

(22 January 1812 - )
     Isabella Hunn was born on 22 January 1812 in Portsea, Hampshire. She was the daughter of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White. Isabella Hunn was christened on 20 February 1812 in St John, Portsea.
Isabella Hunn married Charles Young on 25 July 1842 in Alverstoke, Hampshire.

Kathleen Victoria Hunn

(September 1894 - )
     Kathleen Victoria Hunn was born in September 1894 in Harleston, Hendon RD, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson. Maud, Annie, Frederick and Kathleen were listed as Frederick Hunn's children in the 1901 census in 17 Branshill? Rd, Willesden, Middlesex.

Maria Hunn

(27 April 1788 - 10 March 1860)
     Maria Hunn was christened on 27 April 1788 in St Andrew's and Nonconformist, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland. She was the daughter of Richard Hunn and Mary Ann Costello.
Maria Hunn and Mary Ann Costello witnessed Richard Thompson and Mary Reddish's wedding on 19 November 1801 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon.
     Maria Hunn was mentioned in the will of Maria Hunn dated 3 February 1804.
Maria Hunn married Humphrey Minchin Noad on 17 October 1811 in Weymouth?, Dorset. H M Noad, of Shawford, married Miss Hunn of Bath.
     Maria Hunn and Humphrey Minchin Noad were recorded on the 1841 census in Shawford, Rode, Somerset. H M Noad, 60, dyer, Maria 50 not born in the county. Fanny 18, Harriet 17, Marianne Crutwell 27, Kate Crutwell 5, Frederick Crutwell 5 months, Robert Crutwell 29, and 4 servants.
     Maria Hunn was living as a parent in the household of George Frederic Noad in the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne. Maria Noad was listed as the mother of George F Noad.
     Maria died on 10 March 1860 in Macaulay Buildings, Bath, Somerset, aged 71. She was buried on 15 March 1860 in St Lawrence, Rode. Maria Noad aged 70.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 26 March 1860 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Administration of ... Maria Noad late of 22 Macaulay Buildings in the City of Bath, widow, who died 10 March at Macaulay Buildings ... granted to Rev George Frederick Noad of Hollybourne, in the county of Southampton, clerk, one of the children... Effects under £800.

Children of Maria Hunn and Humphrey Minchin Noad

Maria Hunn

(21 February 1750 - before 5 November 1804)
     Maria Hunn was christened on 21 February 1750 in Maker, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott.
     Maria Hunn was mentioned in the will of Samuel Hunn dated 21 September 1789?. Maria Hunn was an executor of Samuel Hunn's estate on 19 November 1790 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Maria Hunn made a will dated 3 February 1804 in Plymouth, Devon. Her will mentions her sister Mary Featherstone, and her late father Samuel Hunn; her niece Maria Hunn, daughter of her late brother Richard Hunn, my nephew Frederick Hunn, son of my said brother Richard Hunn (to be completed).
     Maria died before 5 November 1804.
     Her will was proved on 5 November 1804 at PCC.

Mark Hunn

(1 April 1817 - )
     Mark Hunn was christened on 1 April 1817 in St John, Portsea, Hampshire. He was the son of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White.
Mark Hunn married Emma Dennis on 28 June 1850 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire, England.

Martha Hunn

(20 December 1747 - before 10 November 1792)
     Martha Hunn was christened on 20 December 1747 in Maker, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott.
     Martha Hunn was mentioned in the will of Samuel Hunn dated 21 September 1789?. Martha Hunn was an executor of Samuel Hunn's estate on 19 November 1790 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Martha Hunn made a will dated 12 September 1792 in Plymouth, Devon, England. Her will mentions her late aunt Martha Triscott, her sister Maria, and sister Mary Featherston, her brother Richard and his children Richard, Maria, Frederick & Ann, and property in Calstock.
     Martha died before 10 November 1792.
     Her will was proved on 10 November 1792 at PCC.

Mary Hunn

(18 July 1754 - )
     Mary Hunn was born on 18 July 1754 in Maker, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott.
Mary Hunn married Samuel Featherstone before 1789.
     Mary Hunn was mentioned in the will of Samuel Hunn dated 21 September 1789?.
     Mary Hunn was mentioned in the will of Maria Hunn dated 3 February 1804.

Mary Ann Hunn

(23 December 1823 - before 17 April 1826)
     Mary Ann Hunn was christened on 23 December 1823 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire. She was the daughter of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White.
     Mary died before 17 April 1826 in Portsea, Hampshire. She was buried on 17 April 1826 in Portsea.

Mary Ann Harriet Emma Hunn

(31 July 1815 - 8 December 1859)
     Mary Ann Harriet Emma Hunn was also known as Harriet Emma in records. She was born on 31 July 1815 in Foots Cray, Kent. She was the daughter of Capt Frederick Hunn and Frances Emma Pickmore. Mary Ann Harriet Emma Hunn was christened on 9 September 1815 in Foots Cray.
Mary Ann Harriet Emma Hunn married Count Giovanni D Pessina. They had no issue.
She published a book in London, 1846 "Letters to a bride" which is available via Google books http://books.google.com.au/books?id=JzEEAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=pessina%2Bletters+to+a+bride&ei=7h0NSKDUJInKsQPdtumKBg.
     Mary died on 8 December 1859 in Paris, France, aged 44. At the vicarage, Rolvenden, aged 72, Frances Emma, widow of Capt. Hunn, R.N., and last surviving child of the late Adm. Pickmore, Governor of Newfoundland. Also, at Paris, on Dec. 8, aged 44, Mary Ann Harriette Emma, widow of Signor G.D. Pessina, and eldest daughter of the above Frances Emma Hunn.
Her death is mentioned on the memorial inscription at Rolvenden church with her mother.

Maud E Hunn

(December 1879 - )
     Maud E Hunn's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1879 in Watford, Hertfordshire. She was the daughter of Frederick Hunn and Elizabeth Sarah Thompson. Maud, Annie, Frederick and Kathleen were listed as Frederick Hunn's children in the 1901 census in 17 Branshill? Rd, Willesden, Middlesex.

Richard Hunn

(10 January 1745 - September 1803)
     Richard Hunn was christened on 10 January 1745 in Maker, Cornwall. He is likely to have been the son of Samuel Hunn who married Ann Triscott on 10 Jan 1741 at Plymouth (a son had Triscott as a middle name). Julian Crowe states that Richard Hunn was a man of some substance, the son of an Alderman, a devotee of the theatre who wrote waspish reviews in the Plymouth newspapers .. He was the son of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott.
He was a provincial actor and silk merchant in Plymouth. The Hunns grew to be close friends of Bernard who spoke of them warmly in his Retrospections of the Stage. He failed finally as an actor as he formerly had as a businessman. Winston tells a sad story in the The Theatric tourist of Hunn having contracted for a half interest in the Plymouth Theatre with a Mr Wolfe, the proprietor, and having deposited £160 as part of the payment, "but being unable to furnish the remainder, Wolfe threw him into prison; and liberated him only on condition of liberating his claim.".
     Richard was registered as Mr Rich'd Hunn voted for Sir Fredk ... Rogers, Bart at Plymouth, Devon, on the 1783 electoral roll.
Mary Ann Costello married secondly Richard Hunn on 11 February 1783 in St Paul's, Exeter, Devon. Julian Crowe wrote: Hunn hungered for the theatrical life, longed to appear in heroic parts, and had married her in order to further his ambition. He sold his shop and bought a share in the theatre, only to be swindled out of half his money. He soon lost the other half in another theatrical venture, which left Mary Ann as the sole provider.... By 1786 Hunn had quarrelled with the theatre management in Plymouth and Exeter, which meant Mary Ann had to look for work elsewhere. She came to London and took lodgings close to Drury
Lane.

     Richard Hunn was mentioned in the will of Samuel Hunn dated 21 September 1789?.
They parted on Lady Day 1791. She separated from Hunn because of "his disgusting conduct". He had an affair with the sluttish and drunken landlady of their original Bristol lodgings. Mry Ann went from Bristol to Exeter..
Hunn refused a lucrative post in the West Indies, so George eventually found him a sinecure at home on
condition that he agreed terms of separation
.
     Richard died in September 1803 in Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire, aged 58. His death is probably: Lately at Upton on Severn, Richard Hunn, Esq, Paymaster of the Band of Gentleman Pensioners, which was reported in the Salisbury & Winchester journal 19 Sep 1803, and, The Norfolk chronicle 17 Sep 1803: At Upton in Worcestershire, Richard Hunns, Esq., Paymaster of the Board of Gentlemean Pentioners.
Wikipedia states: Her Majesty's Bodyguard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms is a bodyguard to the British Monarch. Until 17 March 1834 they were known as The Honourable Band of Gentlemen Pensioners..
     Richard Hunn was mentioned as being deceased in the will of Maria Hunn dated 3 February 1804.

Children of Richard Hunn and Mary Ann Costello

Richard Triscott Hunn

(30 March 1785 - circa 1800?)
     Richard Triscott Hunn was christened on 30 March 1785 in St Lawrence, Exeter, Devon. He had a disability - " dreadful affliction".. He was the son of Richard Hunn and Mary Ann Costello.
     Richard died circa 1800?. He was mentioned in the will of his father's sister, Martha Hunn of Plymouth, dated 12 September 1792..

Richard W Hunn

(circa 1809 - )
     Richard W Hunn was born circa 1809 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.
     Richard W Hunn were recorded on the 1881 census in 'Turks Head', 4 Prospect Row, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. Richard W Hunn, head, widower, aged 72, born Devonport, newspaper vendor, and his son Samuel C Hunn, unmarried, 19, born Devonport, office messenger.

Child of Richard W Hunn

Samuel Hunn

(30 March 1718 - 26 October 1790)
     Samuel Hunn was christened on 30 March 1718 in Calstock, Cornwall. Samuel son of Samuel Hunn & Honour Rundle.
Samuel Hunn married Ann Triscott on 10 January 1741 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon.
     Samuel Hunn made a will dated 21 September 1789? In Plymouth, Devon. His will mentions his sons Samuel & Richard, his estate in Calstock, his daughter Mary, wife of Samuel Featherstone, daughters Martha & Maria and his son Richard's children (but not named).
     Samuel died on 26 October 1790 in Plymouth, Devon, aged 72. On the 28th The Times reported the death of Mr Samuel Hunn, Esq. alderman of Plymouth & for many years Master Cooper in HM Victualling Offices there.
     His will was proved on 19 November 1790 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott

Samuel Hunn

(circa 1742? - before 6 March 1807)
     Samuel Hunn was born circa 1742?. He was the son of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott.
     Samuel Hunn was mentioned in the will of Samuel Hunn dated 21 September 1789?.
     Samuel died before 6 March 1807.
     His will was proved on 6 March 1807. He is probably the Samuel Hunn of Calstock with wife Ann and children Elizabeth, Nancy & John. See IR/26/341.

Samuel C Hunn

(circa 1861 - )
     Samuel C Hunn was born circa 1861 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England. He was the son of Richard W Hunn. Samuel C Hunn was listed as Richard W Hunn's son in the 1881 census in 'Turks Head', 4 Prospect Row, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon.

Sarah Ann Hunn

(20 August 1865 - )
     Sarah Ann Hunn was christened on 20 August 1865 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire. She was the daughter of Alfred Hunn and Elizabeth Taylor.

Thomas Bond Hunn

(25 May 1819 - before 21 August 1819)
     Thomas Bond Hunn was christened on 25 May 1819 in St John, Portsea, Hampshire. He was the son of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White.
     Thomas died before 21 August 1819 in Portsea, Hampshire. He was buried on 21 August 1819 in Portsea.

William Frederick Hunn

(9 January 1853 - )
     William Frederick Hunn was christened on 9 January 1853 in St John, Portsea, Hampshire. He was the son of Alfred Hunn and Elizabeth Taylor.

Elizabeth Hunsley

(before 1695 - before 24 October 1736 or 37)
     Elizabeth Hunsley was born before 1695.
Elizabeth Hunsley married John Popplewell, son of John Popplewell and Christian Popplewell, on 17 January 1715/16 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. Her name may be Harsley as later wills connect them.
     Elizabeth Hunsley made a will dated February 1735 in Belton, Lincolnshire. I Elizabeth Poplewell of Beltoft in the parish of Belton widow.
First I give & devise to Richard Poplewell esq, Mr John Tomlinson, Ann Dawson, widow & Humphrey Poplewell of Epworth and their assignes; all my right & title in the estate that was my own before marriage to enter to it the Michaelmas after my decease and to hold the same during the life of my sister Ann the wife of Thomas Watson ... and after the death of my said sister ... unto the said Richard Poplewell and his heirs forever ... he paying...out of the estate ... to his own two daughters Catherine & Elizabeth each of them £20, and to Elizabeth & Ann, daughters of Thomas Poplewell £20.. if not of years of discretion the money to be put in the hands of their uncle Humphrey Poplewell ...
also to Caleb Parr the younger (ditto) £20,
also to Henrietta, daughter to Humphrey Poplewell... also paying the sons of Humphrey Poplewell £20;
to Mary & Robert, children of Thomas Thornton £5 each ... (if Richard dies)...
And ... I give and bequeath all my goods cattle chattels and personal estate and all my ... and right therein until Michaelmas next folllowing my death to Humphrey Popplewell of Epworth and make him sole executor he paying all my debts and funeral expenses and giving Henry Poplewell five pounds if he lives to be 24 years of age ... if he does not behave himself well to him.
Witness my hand this ... day of February 1735 Elizabeth Poplewell (her mark E).
Witnessed by James Poplewell (same signature as John whose will was proved 1735).

     Elizabeth died before 24 October 1736 or 37 in Belton, LIN. Elizae Poplewell, widow, was buried at Belton, 24 October 1737 (6). She was buried 24 October 1736 or 37 in Belton.

Alfred Willoughby Hunt

(1863 - 1875)
     Alfred Willoughby Hunt was born in 1863 in St Leonards district, New South Wales. He was the son of Robert Fellowes Hunt and Mary Paul.
     Alfred died in 1875 in Victoria.

Ann Hunt

     Ann Hunt married Benjamin Whiting.

Child of Ann Hunt and Benjamin Whiting

Elizabeth Hunt

(20 October 1745 - )
      Elizabeth Hunt was christened on 20 October 1745 in Occold, Suffolk. She was the daughter of James Hunt and Rose Cracknel.
Marriage banns for Elizabeth Hunt and Robert Squirrell were published in 1764 in Hitcham. Robert Squirrel of this parish, single & Elizabeth Hunt of Occold, single.
Elizabeth Hunt married Robert Squirrell, son of Robert Squirrell, on 24 September 1764 in Occold, Suffolk. Robert Squirrell, of Hitcham, single man & Elizabeth Hunt of Occold, single woman, by banns. Both made their mark. Witnessed by John Gudger (X) and James Hunt (X).

Children of Elizabeth Hunt and Robert Squirrell

Elizabeth Hunt

(1 November 1657 - 1692)
     Elizabeth Hunt was christened on 1 November 1657 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. Andrea Stuart gives 1651 as her birthdate. She was the daughter of Thomas Hunt.
Elizabeth Hunt married William Ashby, son of George Ashby and Deborah Unknown, before June 1681 in Barbados.
     Elizabeth died in 1692.

Children of Elizabeth Hunt and William Ashby

Elizabeth Hunt

( - before 21 November 1749?)
     Elizabeth Hunt was born. She was probably Elizabeth Hunt, but Elizabeth KIDSON, bp 15 May 1709 in Stow (details provided by Brian Keen, 28 Oct 2001)
.
Elizabeth Hunt married Valentine Keen, son of Valentine Keen and Alice Unknown (Keen), on 2 May 1709 in Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.
     Elizabeth died before 21 November 1749? In Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Elizabeth Keen, buried 21 Nov 1749. She was buried on 21 November 1749 in Adlestrop.

Children of Elizabeth Hunt and Valentine Keen