Joseph Prutten

(before April 1851 - )
     Joseph Prutten was born before April 1851 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England.
     Joseph Prutten married Isabel Daniels, daughter of George Kingsley Daniel and Harriet West, on 2 October 1872 in Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England.
     Joseph Prutten and Isabel Daniels appeared on the 1881 census in Arlesey, Bedfordshire. In the Arlesey household of Joseph Prutten, aged 30, farm labourer, born Henlow, lived his wife Isabella aged 30, her son Albert aged 11, born Arlesey, and their children George Prutten aged 9, William aged 6 & Kate aged 1, all born at Arlesey. There was also an Ann Daniels aged 17, born Arlesey was a visitor in the household of William Prutten in Arlesey.

Children of Joseph Prutten and Isabel Daniels

Kate Prutten

(before April 1880 - )
     Kate Prutten was born before April 1880 in Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Joseph Prutten and Isabel Daniels. George, Kate and William were listed as the children of Joseph Prutten in the 1881 census in Arlesey, Bedfordshire.

William Prutten

(before April 1875 - )
     William Prutten was born before April 1875 in Arlesey, Bedfordshire, England. He was the son of Joseph Prutten and Isabel Daniels. George, Kate and William were listed as the children of Joseph Prutten in the 1881 census in Arlesey, Bedfordshire.

Ada Mabel Pryke

(circa 1880 - 1956)
     Ada Mabel Pryke was born circa 1880.
     Ada Mabel Pryke married Ernest Edward Scarff, son of William Scarff and Sarah Maria Gosling, on 1 July 1903 in Combs, Suffolk.
     Ada died in 1956 in Combs, Suffolk.

Children of Ada Mabel Pryke and Ernest Edward Scarff

Charles Pryke

     Charles Pryke married Susan or Martha Cocksedge.

Children of Charles Pryke and Susan or Martha Cocksedge

George Pryke

(1855 - )
     George Pryke was born in 1855 in Indented Head, Victoria, Australia. He was the son of Charles Pryke and Susan or Martha Cocksedge.

Ivy Lillian Pryke

(26 July 1899 - )
     Ivy died in Devon North, Victoria. She was born on 26 July 1899 in Victoria.
     Ivy Lillian Pryke married Robert George Fox, son of Robert Fox and Elizabeth Bullett, in 1921 in Victoria.

James Pryke

     James Pryke married Jane Cocksedge, daughter of Hammond Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hart, on 23 December 1887 in Thorpe Morieux. Jane, the daughter of George Cocksedge married James Pryke on 23 December 1887 at Thorpe Morieux.

Susan Angelina Pryke (Excell)

(circa 1834 - 1916)
     Susan Angelina Pryke (Excell) was born circa 1834. She was the daughter of Charles Pryke and Susan or Martha Cocksedge.
     Susan died in 1916 in Beaufort, Victoria. The parents are wrong but the names are in the family and the ages are right..

John Puckey

(say 1735 - 4 September 1789)
     John Puckey was born say 1735. He was the son of Richard Puckey and Elizabeth Fawler. John was a shipwright from July 1746. He entered Woolwich Yard as Servant to the Master Shipwright on 24 July 1746 [ADM 42/1894], being discharged on 30 August 1749 and entereing as a Shipwright on his own account [ADM 42/1897]. He became a Quarter Man in 1750, and Foreman Afloat at 3/- a day on 26 February 1756 [ADM 42.1903]. He was discharged 5 March 1771 [ADM 42/1918, and entered Deptford yard the next day as Master Boat builder at the same wage [ADM 42/424]. He was discharged from Deptford on 8 October 1772 [ADM 42/425], and entered Woolwich Yard next day as Master Caulker and second Assistant to the Master Shipwright at £80 p.a. [ADM 42.1769]. He was discharged from Woolwich on 16 February 1775 [ADM 42/1772], and entered Deptford Yard the next day as Master Shipwright's Assistant at £100 p.a. [ADM 42/428], being discharged dead on 4 September 1789, his salary being paid to the widow, Mary, the Executrix [ADM 42/442].
     John Puckey married Mary Unknown (Puckey).
     John Puckey was mentioned in the will of Capt John Fawler dated 17 July 1766.
     John Puckey made a will dated 4 February 1789.
     John died on 4 September 1789 in Deptford, Kent.
     His will was proved on 8 September 1789 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Richard Puckey

(say 1700 - )
     Richard Puckey was born say 1700.
     A John Puckey appears among the Caulkers at Plymouth from 1717 to 1721. He was a Quarter Man at 2/6 a day [ADM 42/829-833]. He was possibly the father of Richard Puckey who entered Plymouth Yard on 8 June 1715 as Servant to Richard Earle, Shipwright [ADM 42/828]. He was still the servant of Richard Earle in 1721 [ADM 42/833], and would have been of an age to be the husband of Elizabeth Fawler.
     Richard Puckey married Elizabeth Fawler, daughter of Thomas Fawler and Susanna Hulbert, on 22 April 1726 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon.

Child of Richard Puckey and Elizabeth Fawler

Ann Pudsey

(circa 1604? - )
     Ann Pudsey was born circa 1604? In Yorkshire. She was called Mary in the 1719 pedigree compiled by Joseph Banks. She was the daughter of Stephen Pudsey.
     Ann Pudsey married Robert Banks, son of Robert Banks and Anne Craike, circa 1620.

Children of Ann Pudsey and Robert Banks

Stephen Pudsey

Child of Stephen Pudsey

Kenneth Pugh

(24 September 1913 - 4 January 1943)
     Kenneth Pugh was born on 24 September 1913.
     Kenneth died on 4 January 1943 aged 29. We went missing over Colgne during the war. He was a tail gunner with the RAF..

George Pulham

     George Pulham was born in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     George Pulham married Judith Cocksedge, daughter of John Cocksedge and Sarah Digens, on 12 August 1831 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was of St James parish in Bury St Edmunds.

Elizabeth Pullen

     Elizabeth Pullen married Robert Osborn in 1733 in Croydon.

Richard Pullen

     Richard Pullen married Ann Popplewell, daughter of Samuel Popplewell and Ann Thompson.

Ruby Grace Pullen

(18 April 1903 - )
     Ruby Grace Pullen was born on 18 April 1903 in Emu Vale, Queensland.
     Ruby Grace Pullen married Richard Wallace Phillips, son of Edward Stanley Phillips and Elizabeth Maude (Bessie) Holmes, on 14 September 1921.

Child of Ruby Grace Pullen and Richard Wallace Phillips

Ronald Pummeroy

John Punchard

( - 19 August 1985)
     John died on 19 August 1985 in Drinkstone, Suffolk.

Diana Pung

(before March 1808 - before 21 December 1877)
     She is probably the Dinah Squirrell, who was buried 21 Dec 1877 at Wattisham, no age given.. Diana Pung was also known as Punge in records. Diana Pung was also known as Punj in records. She was born before March 1808 in Bricett, Suffolk.
     Diana Pung married Jonathan Squirrell on 11 September 1827 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.
     Diana Pung and Jonathan Squirrell were recorded on the 1851 census in Wattisham, Suffolk. Johnathan Squirrell, 45, ag. lab., born Wattishsam; his wife Dianna, 43, born Bricet, and children Johathan, 18, ag. lab, born Wattisham, Jemima 15, ditto, Hnery 12, ag. lab. ditto, Thomas 8, ag. lab, Charlotte, 5, both born at Bildeston.
     Diana died before 21 December 1877 in Wattisham, Suffolk.

Children of Diana Pung and Jonathan Squirrell

James Pung

(circa 1815 - )
     James Pung was born circa 1815 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.
     James Pung married Charlotte Grimwood, daughter of William Grimwood and Hannah Downing, on 23 December 1834 in Gt Bricett, Suffolk.
     James Pung appeared on the 1881 census in the Street, Coddenham, Suffolk. James PUNG, Head, 66 born Brycett, Suffolk, Ag Lab; Rebecca PUNG, Wife, 52, born      Brycett; John PEPPER, Lodger Widowed, 75, born Pettaugh, Suffolk, Wheelwright.

Kathleen Davenport Purdon

(7 December 1855 - )
     Kathleen Davenport Purdon was born on 7 December 1855 in Ardrum, Meath, Ireland. She was the second daughter of Bartholomew Purdon Esq of Ardrum, co. Meath & Maria Trotter..
     Kathleen Davenport Purdon married Orme William Handy, son of Alexander Kingston Handy and Mary Richardson, on 7 September 1880 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. He was of Park House, JP. The IGI lists the children of Orme & Catherine Purdon, but they are patron entries and vague - 1830s, Parke, Meath. Kathleen Davenport Purdon was an executor of Orme William Handy's estate on 15 January 1891 in Dublin.
     Kathleen Davenport Purdon married Ivan William Sidney Handy as her second husband, on 10 February 1892 in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Rathmines, St Peter's parish, Dublin, Ireland..
     Kathleen Davenport Purdon married Richard C Lett as her third husband, on 3 December 1895 in St Peter, Dublin.
     Kathleen Davenport Purdon appeared on the 1901 census in Coolalough, Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Westmeath.
     Administration of the estate of Margaret Frances [Charlotte] Tarleton was granted to Kathleen Davenport Purdon, on 1 May 1901 in Dublin, Ireland, Admon of unadministered estate of Frances Charlotte Handy, late of Newtown House, Tullamore, Kings co. (wife of Alexander Kingston Handy) who died 4 March 1881 granted at Dublin to Katherine Davenport Lett, married woman (former grant 2 May 1881). Effects under £5. She witnessed Home Maitland Reid and Florence Mary Richardson Handy's wedding on 29 August 1908 in Baggotrath, Dublin, Ireland.

Children of Kathleen Davenport Purdon and Orme William Handy

Susan Purkis/Purcas

(circa 1767 - before 14 November 1849)
     Susan Purkis/Purcas was born circa 1767.
     Susan Purkis/Purcas married William Noble, son of Jeremiah Noble and Mary Sparrow or Sparham, on 11 September 1791 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Thingoe RD, Suffolk.
     Susan died before 14 November 1849 in Bury St Edmunds. She was buried on 14 November 1849 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Susan Purkis/Purcas and William Noble

Alfred Benjamin Purkiss

     Alfred Benjamin Purkiss married Emma Maria Bullett, daughter of Thomas Bullett and Susannah Frost, before 31 December 1867 in Thingoe RD, Suffolk.

Diana/Dinah Puthen

     Diana/Dinah Puthen married Daniel Popplewell on 12 March 1721 in Pontefract, Yorkshire.

Child of Diana/Dinah Puthen and Daniel Popplewell

Abraham Putland

(circa 1853 - )
     Abraham Putland was born circa 1853 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone. Francis, Thomas, Charlotte, Albert, Caleb and Abraham were listed as the children of Joseph Putland in the 1861 census in Paxton's Row, Willingdon.
     Abraham Putland appeared on the 1871 census in Willingdon, Sussex. Abraham were listed as the children of Joseph Putland in the 1881 census in Lower Willingdon, Willingdon, Sussex.

Albert Putland

(5 March 1848 - )
     Albert Putland was christened on 5 March 1848 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone. Thomas, Francis, Charlotte, Albert, Caleb and Frederick were listed as the children of Joseph Putland in the 1851 census in Willingdon. Francis, Thomas, Charlotte, Albert, Caleb and Abraham were listed as the children of Joseph Putland in the 1861 census in Paxton's Row, Willingdon. Thomas, Caleb and Albert were listed as the children of Joseph Putland in the 1871 census in Lower Willingdon, Willingdon, Sussex.

Alfred Putland

(1 September 1833 - )
     Alfred Putland was christened on 1 September 1833 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Charles Putland and Ann Terry.
     Alfred Putland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Charles Putland and Ann Terry in Willingdon.

Ann Putland

(1 January 1742/43 - before 17 April 1801)
     Ann Putland was christened on 1 January 1742/43 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade.
     Ann Putland married William Denman, son of John Denman and Mary Bean, on 25 January 1762 in Willingdon, Sussex.
     Conveyance: William Denman of Willingdon, yeoman, and his wife Ann, with Thomas Harben of Seaford, esq, late of Lewes, banker, to Richard Newman of Alfriston, butcher, Thomas Carr of Beddingham, esq, and Francis Whitfeld of Lewes, banker (trustees appointed by deed of 21 Apr 1797)
1 Messuage and land late Uptains, before Grovers, and before Sir George Parker's before Earles, with a marlpit where a cottage called Mewshouse formerly stood (1a 3r), occupied by Samuel Stretton, formerly William Uptain, in Willingdon
2 Messuage and stable near the church and adjoining the vicarage in Eastbourne, occupied by [blank], before Thomas Breach
3 Cottage and garden in Willingdon late Benjamin Blackman's with use of a well (E, S: land of WD; N: road)
4 Moiety of arable called Hoggintons otherwise Hockingtons (28a) in Willingdon, occupied by Edward Howell and now of Henry Putland (W: Kings Down; S: Warren and Horse Lands formerly of Sir Robert Parker and late Inigo Freeman [Thomas], esq; E: road from Eastbourne to Willingdon; N: The Butts)
5 moiety of a messuage and 1a adjoining Hoggintons Lane
Recites: mortgage of 1 and 2 above to Richard Holmwood for £500, 11 Jan 1794; mortgage of 4 and 5 above to Winifred and Sarah Cossum for £1500, 4 Nov 1780, assigned to John Woodhams, 4 Nov 1795; conveyance by WD to RN, TC and FC for the benefit of WD's creditors, an account for that purpose to be opened with Whitfeld and Co of Lewes, bankers; 21 Apr 1797
WD and AD convey 1 to RN, TC and FW and TH, at WD's direction, conveys 2 to RN, TC and FW to hold on trusts as in the deed recited below
Witnesses: W B Langridge, Christopher Kell.
     Ann died before 17 April 1801 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 17 April 1801 in Willingdon.
     Her estate paid death duties on 15 August 1804. Ann the wife of William Denman, late of Willingdon in Sussex, yeoman, executor was the said William Denman. The said testatrix gives the estate both real and personal to the said William Denman for life and after his decease gives the same to Edward Putland of Willingdon aforesaid yeoman in Trust to be sold and divided among the children and in case of the death of any of the children in the said husband's lifetime leaving ...
     Her will was proved on 15 August 1804 at the Consistory Court, Chichester, Sussex.

Children of Ann Putland and William Denman