William Marlott

(25 April 1590 - before 17 May 1653)
     William Marlott was christened on 25 April 1590 in Muntham, Itchingfield, Sussex. He was the son of Thomas Marlott and Rose Rivett. William Marlott was the heir of Thomas Marlott at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in Sussex, England, on 9 May 1594. His son and heir William was aged 4 years on 17 April 1594 at his father's inquisition P M.
     Faith Killingworth married secondly William Marlott on 5 August 1619 in St Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London. She was described as Faithe Newman, widow. Their marriage settlement dated 4 August 1619, described her as daughter of John Killingworth of London and relict of ... Newman.
     William Marlott made a will dated 17 August 1652 in Itchingfield, Sussex. Thomas Poole was one of the overseers of the will of his father-in-law, William Merlott, proved 17 May 1653, in which the testator refers to "my lining at Shoreham in ye cheste in ye possession of my sonne Poole."
     William died before 17 May 1653 in Itchingfield, SSX.
     His will was proved on 17 May 1653 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of William Marlott and Faith Killingworth

William Marlott

(circa 1320 - circa 1379)
     William Marlott bore arms: Gules, 3 mullets, in chief, a label of 3 points argent. He was born circa 1320.
     William Marlott lived at Botolphs, Sussex, from 1342 to 1379. He was named in deeds in 1378.
     In 1375 John of Muntham conveyed the manor of Muntham to William Marlott, father of John's son-in-law, also William Marlott. The elder William died c. 1379 after settling Muntham on the younger William. (Footnote 83) From that William (d. 1400 × 1418) (Footnote 84) it descended from father to son through William (d. 1449 × 1464), Richard (d. 1484 × 1499), (Footnote 85) Thomas (fl. 1522), John (d. 1528), (Footnote 86) and John (d. 1552), to John Marlott (d. a minor 1554). (Footnote 87).
     William Marlott and William Marlott were mentioned in a deed dated between 1375 and 1378. He was named in deeds dated 1375, 1378 and 1379.
     William Marlott married Emma atte Hurst before 1378. She was named in deeds in 1378.
     William died circa 1379 in Thakeham, Sussex. He was named in deeds 1375 and 1378. Dead in Thankenham Court Rolls 1379.
In 1375 John of Muntham conveyed the manor of Muntham to William Marlott, father of John's son-in-law, also William Marlott. The elder William died c. 1379 after settling Muntham on the younger William. (Footnote 83) From that William (d. 1400 × 1418) (Footnote 84) it descended from father to son through William (d. 1449 × 1464), Richard (d. 1484 × 1499), (Footnote 85) Thomas (fl. 1522), John (d. 1528), (Footnote 86) and John (d. 1552), to John Marlott (d. a minor 1554). (Footnote 87) He was succeeded by his brother Thomas Marlott (d. 1601), from whom Muntham passed to his grandson William (d. 1653). (Footnote 88) From that William it descended from father to son through William (d. 1657) and John (d. 1731) to Joseph Marlott (d. 1782). (Footnote 89) Joseph was followed by his nephew John Marlott, a Bristol sugar baker, who devised Muntham by will proved 1786 to his sister Elizabeth Marlott. (Footnote 90) She died in 1817, leaving it to her second cousin once removed Charles Chitty. (Footnote 91).

Children of William Marlott and Emma atte Hurst

William Marlott

(before 1368 - between 1400 and 1418)
     William Marlott was born before 1368 in Botolphs, Sussex. He was the son of William Marlott and Emma atte Hurst.
     William Marlott and William Marlott were mentioned in a deed dated between 1375 and 1378. He was named in deeds dated 1375, 1378 and 1379.
     William Marlott married Isabella de Muntham, daughter of John de Muntham, before 1395.
     William Marlott and Isabella de Muntham were mentioned in a deed dated 1395.
     William died between 1400 and 1418.

Child of William Marlott and Isabella de Muntham

William Marlott

(before 1399 - between 1449 and 1464)
     William Marlott married Johane Jop, daughter of Thomas Jop and Matilda Unknown (Jop). William Marlott was born before 1399 in Sussex. He was the son of William Marlott and Isabella de Muntham.
     He had a grant of Brokehouse in 1422, held Annington in Botolphs 1427.
     William died between 1449 and 1464.

Children of William Marlott and Johane Jop

William Marlott

(24 October 1620 - between 5 June 1657 and 9 June 1657)
     William Marlott was christened on 24 October 1620 in Itchingfield, Sussex. He was aged 13 and more in 1634. He was the son of William Marlott and Faith Killingworth.
     William Marlott married Elizabeth Osborne circa 13 June 1649.
     William Marlott made a will dated 5 June 1657.
     William died between 5 June 1657 and 9 June 1657 in Chichester, Sussex. He was buried on 9 June 1657 in All Saints, Chichester.
     His will was proved on 3 August 1657 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of William Marlott and Elizabeth Osborne

William Marlott

( - before 8 February 1646)
     William Marlott was born in Sussex, England. He was the son of Thomas Marlott.
     William Marlott married Mary Unknown (Marlott) say 1612. William was present at John Marlott's christening on 2 May 1613 in Sussex.      
William Marlott was the Member of Parliament in 1644 for Shoreham by Sea, Sussex, England.
     William died before 8 February 1646. He was buried on 8 February 1645/46 in Shoreham by Sea.

Child of William Marlott and Mary Unknown (Marlott)

William Marlott

(before 1510 - after 19 September 1528)
     William Marlott was born before 1510. He was the son of John Marlott.
     William Marlott and John Marlott were mentioned in a deed dated 8 June 1517. Thomas Marlott of Gt Muntham settled lands by this deed, his son John was described as "of Itchingfield".
     William Marlott made a will dated 19 September 1528.
     William died after 19 September 1528.

William Marlott

(21 September 1654 - )
     William Marlott was born on 21 September 1654 in Shipley, Sussex, England. Named in his uncle John Dunstall's will in 1659.. He was the son of Thomas Marlott and Persis Dunstall.

William Marlott

(6 March 1649/50 - )
     William Marlott was christened on 6 March 1649/50 in Chichester, Sussex. He was the son of William Marlott and Elizabeth Osborne.

William Marlott

( - after 1707)
     Names in his grandmother's will in 1707.. William Marlott was the son of John Marlott.
     William died after 1707.

William Marlott

     William Marlott was the son of William Marlott and Johane Jop.

William Marlott

     William Marlott was the son of Richard Marlott and Unknown Prat.
     William Marlott married Alice Unknown.

Joan Marmion

(circa 1320 - )
     Joan Marmion married John Bernake, son of Unknown (grandfather of Maud) Bernake. Joan Marmion was born circa 1320. She was the daughter of Lord John Marmion.

Children of Joan Marmion and John Bernake

John Marmion

Lord John Marmion

(circa 1300 - )
     Lord John Marmion was born circa 1300.

Child of Lord John Marmion

John Marott

     John Marott married Charlotte Stancer, daughter of Jarvis Stancer and Mary Burnham, on 3 December 1865 in All Saints, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.

Elizabeth Marriott

( - before 16 November 1781)
     Elizabeth Marriott married John Steer, son of John Steer and Mary Bamforth, on 22 June 1758 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.
     Elizabeth died before 16 November 1781 in Attercliffe cum Darnall, Sheffield. Elizabeth, wife of John Steer, farmer.

Children of Elizabeth Marriott and John Steer

William Marriott

(1834 - 1884)
     William Marriott was born in 1834. He was the son of Matthias Marriott and Sarah Macro.
     William Marriott married Lydia Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Elizabeth Stiff, in 1855 in Rougham. Children of Lydia Bullett and William Marriott:
Emma Marriott b. 1857
William Marriott b. 1860
Lydia Marriott b. 1861
Mary Marriott b. 1864
John Marriott b. 1866, d. 1 Jun 1895
Esther Marriott b. 1868
Frederick Marriott b. 1869
George Marriott b. c 1 Dec 1870.
     William Marriott and Lydia Bullett appeared on the 1861 census in Kings Hall, Rougham.
     William Marriott and Lydia Bullett appeared on the 1871 census in Kings Hall St, Rougham.
     William Marriott and Lydia Bullett appeared on the 1881 census in Maypole Green, Bradfield St George.
     William died in 1884 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.

Charles Edward Beresford Marris

(before 31 December 1902 - 28 August 1906)
     Charles Edward Beresford Marris was also known as Edward Charles B in records. He was born before 31 December 1902 in Wilnecote, Staffordshire. He was the son of William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker. Charles Edward Beresford Marris was christened on 17 April 1903 in Appleby, Leicestershire.
     Charles died on 28 August 1906.

Eris Stuart Gordon Marris

(September 1901 - )
     Eris Stuart Gordon Marris was born in September 1901 in Wilnecote, Staffordshire. He was the son of William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker. Eris Stuart Gordon Marris was christened on 21 September 1901 in Appleby, Leicestershire.

Mary Olga Steer Marris

(before 30 June 1899 - )
     Mary Olga Steer Marris was born before 30 June 1899 in Wilnecote, Leicestershire. She was the daughter of William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker. Mary Olga Steer Marris was christened on 27 October 1899 in Appleby, Leicestershire. She was listed as William Marris's daughter in the 1901 census in Old Parsonage, Hockley Rd, Wilnecote, Staffordshire.

William Marris

(before March 1865 - )
     William Marris was born before March 1865 in Leicestershire. William was a doctor.
     William Marris married Elizabeth Steer Bowker, daughter of Dr Robert Stanser Bowker and Betsey Marshall, on 10 February 1897.
     William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker appeared on the 1901 census in Old Parsonage, Hockley Rd, Wilnecote, Staffordshire. William Marris, married, 35... Med. practioner, own account, at home, born Leicestershire, with his wife Elizabeth aged 31, born Appleby, Leics and children William H B? aged 2, and Mary O S aged 1, both born at Wilnecote, plus 2 servants and a visitor, Arthur E S Scott, aged 17, born Leicestershire.

Children of William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker

William Henry R or B Marris

(before 30 March 1898 - )
     William Henry R or B Marris was born before 30 March 1898 in Wilnecote, Staffordshire. He was the son of William Marris and Elizabeth Steer Bowker. William Henry R or B Marris was listed as William Marris's son in the 1901 census in Old Parsonage, Hockley Rd, Wilnecote, Staffordshire.

Phoebe Elizabeth Marsch

(circa 1883 - )
     Phoebe Elizabeth Marsch was born circa 1883.
     Phoebe Elizabeth Marsch married Ernest William Bullett, son of James Bullett and Elizabeth Stevens, on 28 February 1904 in All Saints, Fulham, London. She was the daughter of Joseph, tile fixer; he was a tile fixer, the son of James, blacksmith.

Alice Marsden

(22 March 1787 - )
     Alice Marsden was born on 22 March 1787 in Blackburn, Lancashire. She was the daughter of William Marsden and Ellen Rich. Alice Marsden was christened on 8 April 1787 in Chapel St Independent church, Blackburn, Lancashire.

Ann Marsden

(before 1700 - before 17 June 1731)
     Ann Marsden was born before 1700 in Yorkshire.
     Ann Marsden married Jonas Rich as his second wife, on 4 June 1721 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.
     Ann died before 17 June 1731 in Bradfield, YKS. She was buried on 17 June 1731 in Bradfield.

Christopher Marsden

     Ellen Rich married secondly Christopher Marsden in 1628 in Yorkshire. He was of Carlcoats.

Dorothy Marsden

(2 February 1769 - )
     Dorothy Marsden was christened on 2 February 1769 in St Paul, Manchester, Lancashire. She was the daughter of William Marsden and Ellen Rich.
     Dorothy Marsden married Joseph Cowgall on 1 May 1794 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire.

Elizabeth Marsden

(2 February 1775 - )
     Elizabeth Marsden was christened on 2 February 1775 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire. She was the daughter of William Marsden and Ellen Rich.

Elizabeth Marsden

( - 1827)
     Elizabeth Marsden was born in Liverpool. She was the daughter of William Marsden, Liverpool merchant.
     Elizabeth Marsden married Rev John Sanderson, son of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich, on 15 June 1797. She was his thrid cousin on his mother's side. They had 14 children. Elizabeth Marsden was buried in the chancel, Tankersley.
     Elizabeth died in 1827.

Children of Elizabeth Marsden and Rev John Sanderson