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 on 5 May 1816 in Suffolk aged 28. 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. 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

Merielena Agnes Le Heup

(22 October 1790 - 12 May 1816)
     Merielena Agnes Le Heup was born on 22 October 1790 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
     Merielena died on 12 May 1816 aged 25.

Michael Le Heup

(circa 1732 - 9 April 1792)
     Michael Le Heup was born circa 1732. He was the son of Michael Le Heup and Elizabeth Gery.
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.
Michael Le Heup married Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?) on 31 July 1755 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Michael died on 9 April 1792.

Child of Michael Le Heup and Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?)

Michael Le Heup

     Michael Le Heup married Elizabeth Gery.

Child of Michael Le Heup and Elizabeth Gery

Michael Peter Le Heup

(16 June 1782 - 10 December 1837)
     Michael Peter Le Heup was christened on 16 June 1782 in Nacton, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
     Michael died on 10 December 1837 aged 55.

Michael William Le Heup

(10 June 1756 - 22 June 1809)
     Michael William Le Heup was also known as William Michael in records. He was christened on 10 June 1756 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was born on 10 June 1756 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael Le Heup and Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?).
Michael William Le Heup married Mary Wyche Waddington before 1782.
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.
     Michael died on 22 June 1809 aged 53.

Children of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington

Daughter Le Patourel

(circa 1878 - )
     Daughter Le Patourel was born circa 1878 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England. PATOUREL - At Dean Park, Bournemouth, Hants, England, Mrs. Henry Le Patourel, of a daughter.. She was the daughter of Henry Le Patourel and Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham.

Henry Le Patourel

(8 October 1845 - 29 July 1900)
     Henry Le Patourel was born on 8 October 1845 in Sorento, Italy. Barry Reid advised: He Arrived at Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia, Jan 1878, aboard the Lusitania; d. 29 Jul 1900, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; bur. 30 Jul 1900, Waverley Cemetery, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was a Captain in the New South Wales Artillery. He had a sister, Emma Augusta LE PATOURE and a brother, Arthur Northey LE PATOUREL..
Henry Le Patourel married Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham, daughter of Charles Capon Durham and Sarah Charlotte Paul, on 5 July 1876 in St Mark's, Darling Point. LE PATOUREL—DURHAM—July 5, at St. Mark's Church, by the Rev. Stanley Mitchell, Henry, eldest son of Major Le
Patourel, of London, to Isabel S. Tempest, eldest daughter of the late C. C. Durham, of London and Sydney.
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     Henry died on 29 July 1900 in St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, aged 54.

Children of Henry Le Patourel and Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham

Isabelle Tempest Le Patourel

(4 November 1880 - )
     Isabelle Tempest Le Patourel was born on 4 November 1880 in Victoria Barracks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Le Patourel and Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham.
Isabelle Tempest Le Patourel married Charles Miller Terry on 3 January 1900 in St John's, Darlinghurst, New South Wales. He was the son of Charles Miller TERRY, of Brooklyn USA.

Child of Isabelle Tempest Le Patourel and Charles Miller Terry

Not Mary Le Patourel

( - November 1922)
     Not Mary Le Patourel was the daughter of Henry Le Patourel and Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham.
     Not died in November 1922. LE PATOUREL.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr and Mrs LE PATOUREL are kindly invited to attend the funeral of their dearly loved DAUGHTER, Mary; to leave, their residence 47 Merrylands-road, Merrylands, to-morrow (Friday) monring, at 9 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
NSW BDM index lists her parents as John T & Sarah E..

Vera Louise Le Patourel Lady Blackburn

(4 November 1880 - 5 July 1936)
     Vera Louise Le Patourel Lady Blackburn was born on 4 November 1880 in Victoria Barracks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Le Patourel and Isabelle Sarah Tempest Durham.
Vera Louise Le Patourel Lady Blackburn married Sir Charles Blackburn in August 1910 in Woollahra, New South Wales. WEDDINGS. BLACKBURN— LE PATOUREL.— On Wednesday afternoon last, at All Saints' Church, Woollahra, the marriage was solemnised of Dr.Charles Bickerton. Blackburn, son of Canon Blackburn, Adelaide, S.A., and Vera Louise,
younger daughter ot the late Captain Henry Le Patourel and Mrs. Le Patourel, of Kelstone, Ocean-street, Woollahra... Her veil was of fline old Honiton lace (made originally for her late grandmother, Mrs. Durham)... Miss Vera Moore was chief bridesmaid... Little Miss Tempest Terry (niece of the bride) ... Miss Durham (aunt of bride) wore ...
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     Vera died on 5 July 1936 in New South Wales aged 55. LADY BLACKBURN. The death occurred on Sunday, after a long illness, of Lady Blackburn, wife of Sir Charles Blackburn, of Macleay-street, Potts Point, who was knighted in the recent birthday honours. Lady Blackburn was formerly Miss Vera Le Patourel, and as a girl was one of the noted beauties of Sydney. She was the daughter of the late Captain and Mrs. Henry Le Patourel, the latter being one of the first women writers on the staff of "The Sydney Morning Herald." Until two years ago, Lady Blackburn was president of the Woollahra-Darling Point auxiliary of the New South Wales Crippled Children's Society, and was also Interested in the Bush Nursing Association and the Women's Guild of Empire. Lady Blackburn is survived by her husband Sir Charles Blackburn, a son, Mr. Ruthven Blackburn, who is in the last year of his medical course at the Sydney University; and a daughter, Miss Vera Blackburn..

Susannah Le Tall

(circa 1804 - before 23 December 1870)
     Susannah Le Tall was born circa 1804 in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. She was aged 24 in June 1829, but 63 in Dec 1870..
Susannah Le Tall married William Rich, son of Amor Rich and Mary Turner, on 8 June 1829 in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire.
     Susannah Le Tall and William Rich were recorded on the 1841 census in Church Walk, (St Mary Priory), Worksop, Nottinghamshire. William Rich, aged 35, carpenter, not born in the county, Susannah Rich, aged 35, born in the county, Edwin Rich, aged 11, not born in the county.
     Susannah Le Tall and William Rich were recorded on the 1851 census in Sparkin Hill, Radford, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. William Rich, 47, carpenter journeyman, born Letwell, Yks, his wife Susanna 48, born Laughton and son Edwin le Tall, unmarried 20, drapers apprentice, born Laughton.
     Susannah Le Tall and William Rich were recorded on the 1861 census in Clumber, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. William Rich aged 56, carpenter, born Letwell, Yks with his wife Susanna aged 57, born Laughton, Yks.
     Susannah died before 23 December 1870 in Walkley, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was buried on 23 December 1870 in Laughton en le Morthen.

Children of Susannah Le Tall and William Rich

Frederick Charles Lea

     Frederick Charles Lea married Florence Louisa Ruby, daughter of George Ruby and Sarah Evans, in 1949 in Victoria.
     Frederick and Florence resided at 1 Quantock St, Camberwell (E7), Victoria, between 1949 and 1954. She was listed as a music teacher, he was a 'tracer'/.

Ann Leach

(say 1765 - )
     Ann Leach was also known as Leech in records. She was born say 1765 in Suffolk.
Ann Leach married John Cocksedge on 24 November 1784 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. They were both single of this parish (Leech).

Children of Ann Leach and John Cocksedge

Ann Leach

(before 1725 - )
     Ann Leach was born before 1725. She is possibly the daughter of John & Mary who had children baptised at Keddington in 1711 John (of Louth/South Parke?), 1713 Nicholas (of Louth Park?), 1716 Jemima , 1718 Thomas & 1719 Zillah (she is not listed in the parish register in the correct place the entry is only in FamilySearch.
Ann Leach married Vincent Cotton, son of Vincent Cotton and Mary Sleight, on 27 April 1740 in Keddington, Lincolnshire. The only other entry for that year was: On the 16 April 1740, Anne Cotton married Thomas Burman at Keddington.

Children of Ann Leach and Vincent Cotton

Ann Leach

     Ann Leach married Daniel Cocksedge on 21 November 1816 in Soham, Cambridgeshire.

Anna Leach

(27 June 1742 - )
     Anna Leach was christened on 27 June 1742 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch.
Anna Leach married Richard Herbert in August 1764 in Chagford, Devon.

Dinah Leach

(20 April 1740 - )
     Dinah Leach was born on 20 April 1740 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch.
Dinah Leach married Bartholomew Dicks in October 1764 in Chagford, Devon. She was a widow in December 1795..

Edward Leach

(25 October 1708 - before 15 October 1792 or 3)
     Edward Leach was christened on 25 October 1708 in Chagford, Devon. He was the son of John Leach and Isott Curry.
Edward Leach married Dinah Murch on 9 August 1737 in Chagford, Devon.
He may be: Edward Leech, sergemaker, Chagford 13 Nov 1753.
     Edward Leach was a beneficiary in John Leach's will dated 12 December 1774? In Watlington, Oxfordshire.
     Edward was a plaintiff in a civil court case on 7 July 1791. Edward Leach, gentleman of Chagford, Lazarus Trolley, woolcomber of Salcombe and, James Jeffery cordwainer of Salcombe, Charles Jeffery cordwainer of Salcombe, Joseph Jeffery cordwainer of Salcombe, Ann Nicholls a widow of Salcombe (daughter of Edward Jeffery, Richard Dicker woolcomber of Salcombe and his wife Joanna (daughter of Edward Jeffery), against William Lambert, his wife Mary Ann Lambert and the Bank of England....
     Edward died before 15 October 1792 or 3 in Chagford, Devon. He was buried 15 October 1792 or 3 in Chagford.

Children of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch

Elizabeth Leach

(12 October 1692 - before 11 April 1767)
     Elizabeth Leach was christened on 12 October 1692 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Leach and Mary Johnson.
Elizabeth Leach married Charles Bland, son of Edward Bland and Rose Russell?, on 26 July 1713 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died before 11 April 1767 in the Workhouse, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 11 April 1767 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Elizabeth Leach and Charles Bland

Elizabeth Leach

(11 December 1713 - circa 1791)
     Elizabeth Leach was christened on 11 December 1713 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of John Leach and Isott Curry.
Elizabeth Leach married Edward Jeffery on 21 September 1735 in Chagford, Devon.
     Elizabeth died circa 1791.

Children of Elizabeth Leach and Edward Jeffery

Elizabeth Leach

(18 October 1747 - 1828)
     Elizabeth Leach was born on 18 October 1747 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch.
Elizabeth Leach married Richard Berry on 6 August 1782 in Chagford, Devon.
     Elizabeth died in 1828.

Grace Leach

(19 February 1743/44 - )
     Grace Leach was christened on 19 February 1743/44 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch.
Grace Leach married John Moule in December 1767 in Chagford, Devon.

Henry Leach

(6 August 1659 - )
     Henry Leach was christened on 6 August 1659 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Leach and Martha Plaice.

Isott Leach

(23 November 1703 - )
     Isott Leach was born on 23 November 1703 in Chagford, Devon. Isott daughter of John Leach & Isott his wife. She was the daughter of John Leach and Isott Curry.
Isott Leach married Lazarus Trolley in April 1736? In Chagford, Devon.

Children of Isott Leach and Lazarus Trolley

Isott Leach

(3 December 1738 - )
     Isott Leach was christened on 3 December 1738 in Chagford, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch.
Isott Leach married Philip Gurdon in July 1767 in Watlington, Oxfordshire, England.
Isott Leach married William Bragg as her second husband, in June 1773 in Chagford, Devon..

Jane Leach

(1 October 1715 - before 14 February 1719/20)
     Jane Leach was christened on 1 October 1715 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Martha Leach.
     Jane died before 14 February 1719/20 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 14 February 1719/20 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

John Leach

(circa 1680? - 5 March 1715/16?)
     John Leach was born circa 1680?.
John Leach married Isott Curry on 18 May 1701 in Chagford, Devon.
     John was buried on 5 March 1715/16? In Chagford, Devon. A John Leach was buried March 5th 1715/16.
     John Leach was mentioned as being deceased in the will of John Leach dated 12 December 1774?.

Children of John Leach and Isott Curry

John Leach

(13 January 1705/6 - before 29 March 1791)
     John Leach was christened on 13 January 1705/6 in Chagford, Devon. He was the son of John Leach and Isott Curry.
John Leach married Margaret Coventry in July 1767 in Watlington, Oxfordshire, England.
John Leach married secondly Ann Turner on 9 September 1771 in Shobrooke, Devon. There is also a marriage of John Leech to Anne Hancocke on 28 Nov 1763 at Shipton under Wychwood, Oxford.
     John Leach made a will dated 12 December 1774? In Watlington, Oxfordshire. He left his brother Edward his house and premises in Chagford purchased from their father John and also that obtained from his grandfather Curry. His wife Ann was executrix and received the house and stock in trade in Watlington for life and after her death to his brother Edward in trust for all his nephews and nieces then alive. He also left £50 to each of all his nephews and nieces this to be paid after the death of his wife. The fifty in the date has been crossed out and replaced with Seventy, with the note - the erasure of fifty and the insertion of seventy was before the signing and sealing; but this doesn't make sense - he didn't marry until 1771.
     John died before 29 March 1791 in Watlington, Oxfordshire. He was buried on 29 March 1791 in Watlington.
     His will was proved on 7 May 1791 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.