Emma Lay

(circa 1797 - December 1853?)
     Emma Lay was born circa 1797 in London. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. Emma Lay was listed as the niece of Mary Norris in the 1851 census in High Street, Eastbourne, Sussex.
     Emma's death was possibly registered in the quarter ending in December 1853? In Maldon district, Essex.

Frances Heatherly Lay

(21 December 1807 - June 1895)
     Frances Heatherly Lay was also known as Fanny in records. She was born on 21 December 1807 in Hackney, London. She was the daughter of William Lay and Mary Ann Pitt. Frances Heatherly Lay was christened on 24 March 1809 in St John, Hackney.
     Frances Heatherly Lay married Arnold Denman, son of John Denman and Ann Heatherly, on 27 December 1827 in St Peter, Walworth, Newington, Surrey. Frances Heatherly Lay and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.
     Frances Heatherly Lay and Arnold Denman appeared on the 1841 census in Willingdon. He was described as a farmer, aged 42, with Fanny aged 32, but their son was not mentioned. A Samuel Putland aged 83 of independent means, was living with them along with 16 year old female servant Sophia Seymour.
     Frances Heatherly Lay and Arnold Denman were recorded on the 1851 census in Upper Stonham, South Malling. Arnold Denman, head, married, aged 52, farmer of 492 acres, employing 15 men & 8 boys, born Willingdon; with his wife Frances, aged 42, born Settonham? Mdx, Charlotte Cooper, a visitor aged 36?, annuitant, born Manchester and two house servants were with them.
     She was listed in the 1861 census in Star Place, Fulham, London. Arnold Denman aged 63, born Willingdon was living with William Wm [Arnold William?] Denman, aged 29, baker & meal man, born Willingdon, Francis Denman, retired farmer, aged 53, [age was in female column and moved to male] born Hackney, Mdx with a live-in bakers' man. Frances Heatherly Lay was an executor of Arnold Denman's estate on 21 May 1863 in Lewes, Sussex.
     Frances Heatherly Lay appeared on the 1871 census in 76 Grand Pde, Brighton, Sussex. Francis Denman, head, widow, 63, house property?, born Hackney; with an unmarried boarder, Mary Chitty aged 70, interest of money. Jane Tanner aged 81 & servants shared the building.
     Frances Heatherly Lay appeared on the 1881 census in Broadwater, Sussex. Frances Denman, aged 75, widow, annuitant, born Hackney, Mdx, was lodging with Charles Edwards in Broadwater in the 1881 census.
     Frances Heatherly Lay and Eliza Denman appeared on the 1891 census in 1 Park Road, Nottingham. Frances Heatherly Denman, widow, 85?, born Hackney, was a visitor along with Eliza Denman, widow, 53, born Ruddingham, Ntt, in the household of Thomas Knight Pendred 38, draper, his wife Sarah Ann 29/39?, their two children, his sister and his mother in law Alice? Murden aged 61, all born in Notts.
     Frances's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1895 in Basford RD, Nottinghamshire.

Child of Frances Heatherly Lay and Arnold Denman

George Lay

(4 October 1773 - )
     George Lay was born on 4 October 1773 in St Katherine by the Tower, London. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). George Lay was christened on 1 November 1773 in London.

Georgiana Lay

(15 December 1809 - 18 January 1888)
     Georgiana Lay was born on 15 December 1809 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. Georgiana Lay was christened on 23 January 1810 in St Mary, St Marylebone. She and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.
     Georgiana Lay appeared on the 1841 census in Clarence St, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Georgianna Lay, 30, barmaid, born in the county.
     Georgiana Lay was recorded on the 1851 census in 3 Torrington Square, St George Bloomsbury, London. Georgianna Lay, was a lady's maid, unmarried aged 41, born London, living with Charles John Kean actor and manager of the Princess Theatre, and his wife Ellen, actress, along with four other servants. She was listed as the niece of Mary Heatherly in the 1861 census in Church St, Eastbourne. Mary Heatherley, head, widow, 95, retired librarian, born Fulham, Mdx; Ann Lay, niece, unmarried, 54, born London; Caroline Lay, unmarried niece, 55, born London; Henry Lay, nephew unmarried 53, retired stationer, born London; Georgianna Lay, niece, unmarried, 50, born London, with a general servant Ann Paine born Eastbourne. Georgiana Lay was listed as Henry Lay's sister in the 1871 census in 'Kolassy House', Church St, Eastbourne, Sussex; Henry Lay, head, unmarried, 64, retired bookseller, born Marylebone, Mdx; Caroline Lay, 67, retired bookseller, Georgiana Lay, 60, annuitant, sisters, born Marylebone; Matilda Mann, cousin, widow, 76?, annuitant, born Stepney. Georgiana Lay was listed as Henry Lay's sister in the 1881 census in Eastbourne, Sussex.
     Georgiana died on 18 January 1888 in Eastbourne, Sussex, aged 78. She was buried on 23 January 1888 in Ocklynge cemetery, Eastbourne. In affectionate memory of HENRY LAY / born 26th December 1805 / died 21st December 1888. In loving memory of / GEORGIANA LAY / who died January 18th 1888 aged 78 years ' Also CAROLINE LAY / who died July 9th 1888 aged 84 years.

Henry Lay

(26 December 1805 - 21 December 1888)
     Henry Lay was born on 26 December 1805 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. Henry Lay was christened on 23 January 1806 in St Mary, St Marylebone. He and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.
     Henry Lay appeared on the 1841 census in Bishopsgate St, London, St Peter Cornhill, London. Henry Lay, book seller sh, aged 36, born in the county, headed by Frederick Hopkins 22, book seller & a female servant Sarah Sofield, aged 18.
     Henry Lay was recorded on the 1851 census in Bishopgate St, London, St Peter Cornhill, London. Henry Lay, stationer, aged 45, born in St Mary Colne, Mdx, headed by Frederick Hopkins 32, stationer & a female servant Ann Millar aged 25, all unmarried. He was listed as the nephew of Mary Heatherly in the1861 census in Church St, Eastbourne. Mary Heatherley, head, widow, 95, retired librarian, born Fulham, Mdx; Ann Lay, niece, unmarried, 54, born London; Caroline Lay, unmarried niece, 55, born London; Henry Lay, nephew unmarried 53, retired stationer, born London; Georgianna Lay, niece, unmarried, 50, born London, with a general servant Ann Paine born Eastbourne.
     Administration of the estate of John Heatherly was granted to Henry Lay, on 5 February 1862 Letters of administration with will (as HIL/5/12/2) annexed ... of John Heatherley of Eastbourne, Sussex, librarian, who died 13 Dec 1839 at Eastbourne, left unadministered by Mary Heatherly, widow, the relict and James Lay the brother by the half-blood two of the executors named in the said will were granted to Henry Lay, of Eastbourne afsd, gentleman, one of the residuary legatees substituted in the said will he having been first sworn. Former grant PCC Feb 1840.
     Henry Lay appeared on the 1871 census in 'Kolassy House', Church St, Eastbourne, Sussex. Henry Lay, head, unmarried, 64, retired bookseller, born Marylebone, Mdx; Caroline Lay, 67, retired bookseller, Georgiana Lay, 60, annuitant, sisters, born Marylebone; Matilda Mann, cousin, widow, 76?, annuitant, born Stepney.
     Henry Lay appeared on the 1881 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. Henry Lay, aged 75, unmarried, born Marylebone, householder, Caroline Lay, aged 77, sister, born Marylebone, Georgina Lay, aged 71, sister, born Marylebone with a cook and housemaid. He was an executor of Caroline Lay's estate on 23 August 1888 in Lewes, Sussex.
     Henry died on 21 December 1888 in Eastbourne, Sussex, aged 82. He was buried on 27 December 1888 in Ocklynge cemetery, Eastbourne. In affectionate memory of HENRY LAY / born 26th December 1805 / died 21st December 1888. In loving memory of / GEORGIANA LAY / who died January 18th 1888 aged 78 years ' Also CAROLINE LAY / who died July 9th 1888 aged 84 years.
     His will was proved on 19 February 1889 at Lewes, Sussex.

Henry Lay

(circa 1740 - )
     Henry Lay was born circa 1740.
     Henry Lay married Ann Unknown (Lay) before 1764.

Children of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay)

James Lay

(25 December 1766 - before 23 December 1844)
     James Lay was christened on 25 December 1766 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith?
     James Lay married secondly Elizabeth Parkhurst on 27 April 1786 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. James Lay, widower & Elizabeth Parkhust, both of this parish. James Lay witnessed John Heatherly and Mary Norris's wedding on 14 November 1797 in St Marylebone, Westminster, London.
     James Lay lived at South Moulton St, London, 1840.
     James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst appeared on the 1841 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. James Lay aged 74, accountant & Elizabeth Lay aged 77, neither born in the county, were living with Sophia Mandy aged 50, independent & Louise Mandy aged 41, bonnet maker, both born in the county.
     James's death was registered in the quarter ending before 23 December 1844 in Eastbourne RD, Sussex. He was buried on 23 December 1844 in St Mary, Eastbourne.

Children of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst

James Lay

(16 February 1767 - )
     James Lay was born on 16 February 1767 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). James Lay was christened on 22 February 1767 in St Marylebone, Westminster.

James Thomas Lay

(9 April 1801 - before 18 May 1808)
     James Thomas Lay was born on 9 April 1801 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. James Thomas Lay was christened in July 1801 in St Mary, St Marylebone.
     James died before 18 May 1808 in Eastbourne, Sussex. He was buried on 18 May 1808 in St Mary, Eastbourne.

John Henry Lay

(19 March 1775 - )
     John Henry Lay was christened on 19 March 1775 in St Pancras, London. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay).

Louisa Lay

(circa 1805 - )
     Louisa Lay was born circa 1805. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst.
     Louisa Lay married James Joseph Hunt on 10 January 1824 in St George Hanover Square, London. The witnesses were James Lay & Georgiana Lay. Louisa Lay and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.
     Louisa Lay lived at Bryanston Sq, Upper York St, London, 1840.

Louisa Ann Lay

(13 March 1771 - )
     Louisa Ann Lay was born on 13 March 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). Louisa Ann Lay was christened on 13 April 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster.

Mary Lay

(30 March 1788 - )
     Mary Lay was christened on 30 March 1788 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst.

Mary Ann Pitt Lay

(20 June 1806 - )
     Mary Ann Pitt Lay was born on 20 June 1806 in Hackney, London. She was the daughter of William Lay and Mary Ann Pitt. Mary Ann Pitt Lay was christened on 17 September 1806 in St John, Hackney. Mary Ann Pitt, daughter of William & Mary Ann Lay. She witnessed Arnold Denman and Frances Heatherly Lay's wedding on 27 December 1827 in St Peter, Walworth, Newington, Surrey. Mary Ann Pitt Lay and Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

Matilda Ann Lay

(before 1812 - )
     Matilda Ann Lay was born before 1812. She was the daughter of Thomas Lay.
     In Robert Heatherly's will dated 24 November 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex, Matilda Ann Lay was named as heir; The will of Robert Heatherly, gentleman, mentions his grandson Arnold Denman who received his silver watch, his wife Ann Heatherly, his son in law James Lay of Oxford St Middlesex, hatter & hosier £300, his daughter Ann Denman wife of John Denman of Willingdon yeoman, £500, Bowes John, Matilda & William Lay the three children of my late son in law Thomas Lay deceased £30 each, my son John Heatherly all the residue, property in Eastbourne... It was witnessed by James Vine, butcher of Willingdon, William Smith, taylor of Willingdon & William Thomas, blacksmith of Willingdon. She and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

Thomas Lay

(11 December 1763 - before 1813)
     Thomas Lay was christened on 11 December 1763 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith? He was a mariner in 1792.
     Thomas died before 1813. He is mentioned as deceased in the will of his half brother John Heatherly which was prove in February 1840. Also mentioned were the children of Thomas Lay - Matilda Ann, William Henry.

Children of Thomas Lay

Thomas Lay

(30 June 1764 - )
     Thomas Lay was born on 30 June 1764 in Soho, Westminster. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). Thomas Lay was christened on 22 July 1764 in St Anne Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

William Lay

(2 June 1765 - )
     William Lay was christened on 2 June 1765 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith?
     William Lay married Mary Ann Pitt on 17 September 1805 in Chelmsford, Essex, England.
     William died on 13 July 1808 in St Thomas Square Chapel, Hackney, Middlesex, England, aged 43. Aged 43, husband of Mary Ann..

Children of William Lay and Mary Ann Pitt

William Lay

( - before 1770)
     William Lay married Ann Smith? on 19 October 1762 in Eastbourne, Sussex. She is probably the Anne Smith who married William Lay, at Eastbourne (both of this parish) Oct 19 1762 by licence. The witnesses were Mary Smith and St John Russel.
     William died before 1770.

Children of William Lay and Ann Smith?

William Henry Lay

(4 April 1797 - )
     He is called William in the 1813 will and William Henry in the 1840 will.. William Henry Lay was born on 4 April 1797 in Stepney, Middlesex. He was the son of Thomas Lay. William Henry Lay was christened on 20 April 1797 in St Dunstan & All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex. ITAL:William Henry Lay, son of Thomas Lay, MEOT, mariner, & Esther, aged 16 days.
     In Robert Heatherly's will dated 24 November 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex, William Henry Lay was named as heir; The will of Robert Heatherly, gentleman, mentions his grandson Arnold Denman who received his silver watch, his wife Ann Heatherly, his son in law James Lay of Oxford St Middlesex, hatter & hosier £300, his daughter Ann Denman wife of John Denman of Willingdon yeoman, £500, Bowes John, Matilda & William Lay the three children of my late son in law Thomas Lay deceased £30 each, my son John Heatherly all the residue, property in Eastbourne... It was witnessed by James Vine, butcher of Willingdon, William Smith, taylor of Willingdon & William Thomas, blacksmith of Willingdon. He and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

William Henry Lay

(17 December 1798 - )
     William Henry Lay was born on 17 December 1798 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. William Henry Lay was christened on 9 January 1799 in St Mary, St Marylebone.
     His will was proved in 1845? At Bengal, India.

Child of William Henry Lay

Dorothy Laycock

(circa 1580 - 1648)
     Dorothy Laycock was born circa 1580.
     Dorothy Laycock married Edward Fairfax, son of Sir Thomas Fairfax (of Denton).
     Dorothy died in 1648.

Children of Dorothy Laycock and Edward Fairfax

Dorothy Layton

     Dorothy Layton was born in Delamayne, Westmorland, England.
     Dorothy Layton married Richard Redman as his second wife. She was his second wife. He had 5 sons and 4 daughters probably all by Dorothy. His first wife was Elizabeth daughter of William Gascoigne.

Children of Dorothy Layton and Richard Redman

Leslie Layton-Smith

(1889 - )
     Leslie Layton-Smith was born in 1889 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Leslie was an accountant.
     Leslie Layton-Smith married Ellen Florence Alice Roberts, daughter of Alfred Edward Roberts and Frances Lydia Florence Phillips, on 3 September 1922 in the Presbyterian church, Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia.

Arthur Bodman Lazarus

(June 1929 - 1987)
     Arthur Bodman Lazarus's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1929 in Hampstead, Middlesex, England. He was the son of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman.
     Arthur died in 1987 in Malvern, Victoria.

Arthur Moritz Lazarus

( - 1937)
     The marriage of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman, daughter of William Edward Bodman and Beatrice Alice Smallman, was registered in Hackney RD, Middlesex, England, in the December 1927 quarter.
     Arthur died in 1937 in Fairfield, Victoria.

Child of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman

Manfred Philip Lazarus

     Manfred Philip Lazarus married Lillian Dorothy Rubie, daughter of George Rubie and Lily Rower, in 1919 in Victoria.

Lotty Lazenby

     The marriage of Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer, son of George Stancer and Lucy Unknown, was registered in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1895 quarter.
     Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer appeared on the 1901 census in 28 Ellis? St, Sheffield, Yorkshire. George W Stancer, 26, Corporation night soil worker, Lottie his wife, 25, Herbert son 4, George W son, 2, all born at Sheffield.

Child of Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer

Mary Spring Le Heup

(10 March 1784 - )
     Mary Spring Le Heup was christened on 10 March 1784 in Nacton, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.

Mary Susanna Le Heup

(5 October 1787 - )
     Mary Susanna Le Heup was also known as Susan or Susanna in records. She was born before 5 October 1787 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. Daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington. She was christened on 5 October 1787 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
     Mary Susanna Le Heup married Martin Thomas Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Garnham, on 27 August 1807 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Mary Susanna Le Heup and Martin Thomas Cocksedge obtained a marriage licence on 29 August 1807 in Suffolk. Martin Thos. Cocksedge, of BSE,esq., s.m. & Mary Susannah Leheup, of BSE, s.w., 19, (father Michael Wm Le Heup, of same, esq) at same.
     Mary died A memorial stone at St Mary's Broadwater, Worthing, Ssx lists Thos Martin Cocksedge, son of the late Colonel Cocksedge of St Edmunds hill, Suffolk, and of Mary Sussanah his wife, daughter of the late Michael Willm Leheup, Esq of Hessett, Suffolk and Ashell Hertfordshire. Died May 5 1816 aged 31 years This must be a mis-transcription as she continues to have children after this date on 5 May 1816 in Suffolk/Sussex, aged 28. She was christened on 17 August 1824 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Mary Susanna Le Heup married Charles Stubbs Tinling as her second husband, on 27 September 1825 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. They moved to Worthing, Sussex about 1830.

Children of Mary Susanna Le Heup and Martin Thomas Cocksedge