John Stanser Rich

(10 October 1895 - 17 May 1915)
John Stanser (Jack) Rich
     John Stanser Rich was commonly known as Jack. He was born on 10 October 1895 in St Leonards, New South Wales. He was the son of George Edward Rich KCMG, PC and Elizabeth Steer Bowker. John Stanser Rich was educated from 1906 to 1913. At Tudor House, Mossvale & Sydney Grammar. He was in Form I in 1906 and in Form VI in 1913.
     John Stanser Rich and Elizabeth Steer Bowker travelled to Naples, Italy, in 1914 per the "SS Otranto". They departed 25 February 1914.
     He served in the Kings Liverpool Regiment,as 2nd Lieutenant in 1915. He travelled to Europe in February 1914 with his mother & sister. When war broke out he volunteered for service. Went to Aldershot and was commissioned. Attached to 3rd battalion King's Liverpool Regiment from August. He had obtained a commission in the Australian 26th Regt. previously. He was hospitalized in Rouen (2nd British Red Cross Hospital) March 1915.
     John died on 17 May 1915 in Festubert, France, aged 19. S L Morris of the 4th King's Regt on 13 March 1918 from France sent the following citation which was written by his commanding officer: For gallantry and devotion to duty on the 16th and 17th May 1915 at Richebourg in leading his platoon across "no man's land" under very heavy fire and subsequently in a further attack on the Ferme Cour D'Avoue on the 17th, when his platoon was ordered to withdraw form a difficult position, by his coolness and ability he was able to effect this with success and with very few casualties. Lieut J S Rich was exceptionally brave on this occasion running great personal risks to ensure the safety of his men. He was killed almost at the moment when the operation was concluded. His death is recorded on the Memorial at the east end of Le Touret Military Cemetery. A picture of John Stanser Rich painted from a photograph by Frances Hodgkins in early 1916, was commissioned by his father and is now held by GAA Hooper.

John William Rich

(circa 1892 - )
     John William Rich was born circa 1892 in York, Yorkshire. He was the son of Frederick Amor Rich and Annie Ward (Cooper). John, Florence and Alice were listed as Frederick Amor Rich's children in the 1901 census in 4 Lawrence Crt, York, Yorkshire, England.

John Wright Rich

(17 March 1850 - June 1850)
     John Wright Rich was christened on 17 March 1850 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1850 in East Retford RD.

John Wright Rich

(December 1838 - before 25 January 1841)
     John Wright Rich's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1838 in Tuxford, East Retford RD. He was the son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.
     John died before 25 January 1841 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 25 January 1841 in Tuxford.

John Wright Rich

(March 1844 - June 1850)
     John Wright Rich's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1844 in Tuxford, East Retford RD. He was the son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1850 in Tuxford, East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire.

John Wright Rich

(March 1852 - )
     John Wright Rich's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1852 in Tuxford, East Retford RD. He was the son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.
     John Wright Rich married Emily Coates on 19 July 1875 in St Andrew, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. John Wright Rich was listed as a lodger in John Wright Rich's household in the 1881 census in Woodbank, Cheshire.

Jonas Rich

(30 May 1675 - )
     Jonas Rich was christened on 30 May 1675 in the chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire. He was the son of Daniel Rich.
     Administration of the estate of Daniel Rich was granted to Jonas Rich, on 21 May 1697 in Yorkshire, Daniel Rich of Cawthorne, admon to Jona Rich filio. In July 1697 there were claims on his estate in the Quarter Session records as putative father of a bastard child begottien upon the body of Martha Outram.
     In Jonas Rich's will dated 20 March 1713/14 in Penistone, Yorkshire, Jonas Rich was named as heir; Jonas mentions his wife Sarah in his will. They left lands to their nephew Jonas then Amor, sons of Daniel Rich, and mentioned his nephew John. In the name of God amen I Jonas Rich of Pond in the parish of Penistone being weak in body ... to my loving wife Sara ... household goods and all manner of .... to dispose of as she thinks fit ...
I give and bequeath to my nephew Jonas Rich late of Deykin Brook and his heirs ... after my wife's death all my messuage or dwelling house, lands tenements etc. lying in Thurlstone in the parish of Penistone now or late in the possession of Timothy Milnes and Timothy Askam and all other of my lands ... in Thurlston except what are ... otherwise devised to the said Jonas Rich or his heirs paying ... and whereas the said Jonas Rich my nephew has been for some time absent ... I do hereby devise and appoint that in case the said Jonas Rich shall not return twelve months after my wife's decease that then Emor Rich of Daw Walls shall enter to have & enjoy the messuage house ...before ... to Jonas Rich he paying ... and that the said Emor Rich and his heirs shall enjoy ... & profits ... said Jonas Rich shall dye without issue of his bodye lawfully begotten then I give and bequeath the afsd messuages, etc. in Thurlstone afsd to the said Emor Rich and his heirs ... and I do give & devise unto my said nephew Emor Rich and his heirs forever from and after my wife's death all my messuages, lands etc. lying in Penyston now or late ... occupation of wid: Priest, wid: Booker, John Wordsworth & John Hinchcliff or any of them and I do give & devise unto John Lyndley my grandson and his heirs forever after my wife's death all my messuage house now or late in the possession of ... Crosley lying in Thurlston afsd and I do give unto my grandson George Lindley and his heirs forever after my wife's death all my houses, lands etc. lying & adjoining to Silkston Moor now or late in the possession of Wm M..son
And I give and devise unto my nephew John Rich of Deykin Brook and his heirs forever after my wife's decease all my messuages, lands, etc. at Catthill late in the tenure or occupation of Thomas Caldwell upon condition that he or his heirs pay unto Sarah Bagshaw my granddaughter twenty pounds c/o John? Lindley twenty pounds within twelve months after my wife's decease if he or his heirs fail in payment thereof then I give and devise the said messuages, etc. to Sarah Bagshaw ... Lindley ..
Also I give and devise to my grandson John Lindley and his heirs for ever after my wife's death all my messuage lands, etc. at Kind?? Moore in the parish of Silkstone now or late in the possession of Thomas Hobson upon condition that he pay to Mary Beever? forty pounds within twelve months after my wife's decease and I do hereby further give and devise ... to be charged upon & out of my lands in Thurlston to Emor Rich Jonas Rich to witt
I give and devise to Jonathan Frances ten pounds
to my grand daughter Sarah Bagshaw ten pounds
and to .... fifteen pounds
and to my ... Martha Goldthorpe five pounds
and to my ... Hanna Goddard five pounds
and to my neice Anne Goddard five pounds ...
George Wordsworth of Wosbrough three pounds
and to Richard Woodward of ... three pounds
and to Richard Turner of Hunshelf Bank one pound
& to my sister Mary Goddard ten pounds
and also to my parish apprentice Barnett Bowder upon condition he serve his time out at my farme at ... pounds all which several sums last ... & not chargeable out of any other .. of my estate I will and devise shall be paid out of my estate in Thurlston which is devised to Jonas and Emor Rich to be paid by him or his heirs that shall enjoy the said estate within twelve months after my wife's decease except to Barnett Bowder who is not to be paid before he has served his time but if default be made in payment then I give and devise the said messuages & lands to my said legatees? ... to hold the same until payment of their legacy with interest & costs and in case my nephew Jonas Rich shall return then my will and mind is that John Rich shall pay out of the estate at Catthill to him ... said Jonas Rich ... how he left the country and I do hereby give and devise all the residue ... of my personal estate to my grand daughter Alice Lindley paying my executors their reasonable charges & expenses & for their trouble and I do make John Rich and George Lindley joint executors of this my last will and testament 20 March 1713
Jonas Rich his mark Signed delivered published & declared by the above named testator in the presence of us who have under sett our hands as witnesses in the presence of the said testator (and ... the words Emor Rich ... John West... Geo walker. vicessimo octavo die mensis ... fuit.

     Jonas died. He possibly died in the Americas. A Jonas Rich was a soldier born in Massachusetts as the head of a family in the 1750s, this seems too old for this Jonas, but he may have had a son in America called Jonas.
Alternatively he may the Jonas of Mortomley, Ecclesfield.

Jonas Rich

(16 April 1713 - 17 February 1772)
     Jonas Rich was born before April 1713 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. He was christened on 16 April 1713 in Cawthorne. Jonas, son of Hamor Rich, clothier. He was the son of Amor Rich and Martha Halliwell.
     Jonas Rich married Elizabeth Waring on 20 October 1739 in Cawthorne, YKS.
     He was not listed at Cawthorne in the 1741 poll for Yorkshire. He contributed to the parish poor rate in Cawthorne, YKS, in 1746 as Jonas Rich, Town Quarter. Jonas was described as a yeoman in 1747 & 1753 and at his death. from 1747 in Cawthorne..
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in the will of Amor Rich dated September 1748. He was a churchwarden in Cawthorne, YKS, in 1749. He was a parish official in Cawthorne, YKS, in 1753 being Deputy overseer of highways for North Lane Quarter.
Jonas Rich was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 6 October 1757 in Penistone, Yorkshire, Copy admittance: Court of Godfrey Bosville, Manor of Penistone. It is found by the homage that Amor Rich a customary tenant of this manor is lately dead and he held divers lands and tenements in the manor and that Jonas Rich is his son and heir. Jonas Rich pays 3/4 for a fine and is admitted.
Copy surrender: Court of Godfrey Bosville, Penistone: It is found that Aymer Rich surrendered his copyhold lands to uses as will be declared by his will.
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in a deed dated 19 & 29 July 1758 in Lanehead, Daw Walls, Cawthorne. Indenture of lease and release between Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorne, yeoman, only son and heir of Emor Rich late of the same place deceased & Elizabeth Broadhead of Lanehead in the township of Cawthorne afsd, widow and mother of John Wainewright ... between Jonas Rich of the first part Jonathan Ellison of Higham in the parish of Darton yeoman brother and sole executor of the last will & testament of Thomas Ellison late of the same place, yeoman, deceased who was the only acting executor of the last will and testament of the said Emor Rich deceased re the messuage called Lanehead ... . He contributed to the parish poor rate in Cawthorne, YKS, in 1759 as Jonas Rich, North Lane Quarter. Jonas was a yeoman in 1764 in Daw Walls, Cawthorne..
     Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 20 October 1764 in Cawthorne. An indenture tripartie bearing date the 20 October 1764 ... between Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorn, yeoman (only son and heir at law and also a devisee named in the last will and testament of Aymor Rich late of the same place yeoman] deceased of the first part and Elizabeth Rich of the same place, spinster, one of the daughters of the said Jonas Rich of the second part and Godfrey Bosville of Gunthwaithe in Peniston Esq of the third part ... messuage etc in Cawthorn Lanes in Cawthorne and Hollingroyd ... Daw ... in the occupation of Thomas Walton deceased ... Jonas Rich.
     Copy surrender and admittance - dated 1 Nov 1764: Court of Godfrey Bosville, it is presented that Jonas Rich of Daw walls in Cawthorne and Elizabeth his wife surrendered in open court a messuage called Woodend in Penistone and several closes called the Kiln Croft, Chappell Croft, Pond croft, the new Close and Pingle below it, the Thorn, the Pingle under the Thorn and a parcel of land in an open field in Penistone called Rud Broom field, all of the yearly rent of 3s.6d. in the occupation of Sarah Ardron, to the use of Aymor Rich in consideration of £420 received from him, Aymor Rich paid a fine of 3s 6d. and was admitted.
1 Nov 1764 Jonas Rich of Daw walls in Cawthorne bound to Aymor Rich of Bullhouse in £840 that he was lawfully seized of the messuage and lands [named in CM/1008] which he surrendered in consideration of £420. Jonas Rich was mentioned as the previous tenant in the manorial court roll in Cawthorne, YKS, dated 1 November 1764, in Cawthorne, YKS. Copy surrender and admittance: Manor Court of Godfrey Bosville, Penistone it is presented that Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorne and Elizabeth his wife surrendered in open court a messuage called Woodend in Penistone and several closes called the Kiln croft, Chappell croft, Pond croft, the New Close and Pingle below it, the Thorn, the Pingle under the Thorn and a parcel of land in an open field in Penistone called Rud broom field, all of the yearly rent of 3/6 in the occupation of Sarah Ardron, to the use of Aymor Rich in consideration of 420 pounds received from him, Aymor Rich paid a fine of 3/6 and was admitted.
     Copy surrender: Manor of Penistone, Court of Godfrey Bosville. It is presented that Aymor Rich of Bullhouse surendered in to the hands of the lord of the manor a messauge called Woodend in Penistone and several closes to those uses which he shall declare in his will.
     Bond: Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorne bound to Aymor Rich of Bullhouse in 840 pounds that he was lawfully seized of the messuage and lands [named above] which he surrendered in consideration of 420 pounds.
     There was also a case touching Jonas Rich's title to a copyhold estate at Woodend and an account of money owed to Jonathan West by Aymor Rich for legal expenses over the copyhold estate at Woodend.
     Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 9 November 1764 in re land at Hollingroyd, Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Between 1. Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorne, yeoman (only son and heir at law and also a devisee named in the last will and testament of Aymor Rich, late of the same place, yeoman, deceased); 2 Elizabeth Rich of same place, spinster, one of the daughters of said Jonas Rich; 3 Godfrey Bosville of Gunthwaite, Penistone, Esquire, re tythes of corn, messuages etc. in Cawthorne Lanes or known by the name of Hollingroyd, etc. Daw Hill, Daw Croft ... occupied by the Waltons..
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in a deed dated 28 & 29 May 1767 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Between John Sanderson Heesthorp?? in the parish of Ronksfield, cordwainer, eldest son & heir of Joseph Sanderson late of Heesthorp & Eleanor Haigh widow, formerly the wife of Joseph Sanderson deceased ... messuage called ... Croft the Swain? Royd the Turnip Close ... at Thurlstone....
     Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 4 January 1768 in Cawthorne, YKS. Jonas and his daughter Elizabeth sold land to John Holdsworth, mentioning John Sanderson of Upper Middop, yeoman.
     Deed re messuage called Clay Hall with three closes, Town Ing, (3 acres) bound on East by a close of Sir Thomas Wentworth called The Little Ing, now in occupation of George Milner, and partly by a lane leading to Underhill, Cawthorne, called the Cow Close Lane; on the west by another close called The Town Ings now in occupation of Thomas Rhodes; on the north by part of 2 other closes called the Wett Ing and the Horse Ing, and on the south by a close of Jonas Rich called The Clay Croft now in occupation of Thomas Hemingway; 1 close called the Croft als Clay Croft als the Laith Croft (3 acres) bound on east by a close of John Spencers called The Dixon Close, in occupation of Jane Beatson, spinster; on the west by Cow Close Lane; on the north by part of a close called The Long Means Close als The Long Ing and on south by the High Road from Cawthorne to Kexbrough; 1 close called The Long Means Close als the Long Ing, (2 acres) bound on east by a close called the Far Means Close als the Taylor Croft; on west partly by Cow Close Lane and partly by the Cow Close; on south by 2 closes called the Clay Croft and the Dixon Close; 1 close called the Far Means Close als The Taylor Croft, (2 acres) bound on east by the Bower's Croft now in occupation of Caleb Moakson; on the west by Dixon Close, and part of Long Means Close; on the north by the Cow Close, and on the south by the High Road; 1 close called the Kirk Croft als the Bowers Croft, (3 acres) bound on the east by the Miln Ing or Miln Close now in occ. of Jun Beatson; on the west by the Bower's Croft; on the north by the Cow Close and on the south by the High Road; also the close called the Gilliam als the Gillans Royd, 2 acres bound on E. by the Lemon Cliffe now in occ. of Robert Clegg; on west by the Wichin Hill in occupation of Thomas English; on north by the High Road and on south by a close called the Upper New Close. He was a juror at the manorial court on 24 October 1771 in Cawthorne, YKS, The call book of the manor of Cawthorne listed as a freeholder, Jonas Rich in Do? .... to him from his father A Rich for ... purchased of . Wainwright?.
     Jonas died on 17 February 1772 in Cawthorne, YKS, aged 58. He was buried on 20 February 1772 in Cawthorne. Jonas Rich, yeoman.
Section 6 Flat with line border, rounded at the top to enclose first line.
Here / lyeth interred / ye Body of Mary / The Daughter of Jonas and / Elizabeth RICH of Cawthorne / She departed her life the 22nd / Day of March 1739 / Aged 7 months. / Here also lyeth the Body of the said Jonas RICH / who died 17th February / 1772 aged 58 years. / Also of Elizabeth his / Wife who died the 27th / July 1793 Aged 83 years.
     His will was proved in April 1772 at the Exchequer Court of York. Of Daw Walls, Cawthorn. An unknown person was mentioned as deceased in a deed dated 3 June 1775. John Sanderson of Little Boughton [Houghton?] in the parish of Darfield, Yks and Elizabeth his wife and Ann Rich and Martha Rich, both of Daw Walls in Cawthorn in the said county, spinsters, which the said Elizabeth the wife of the said John Sanderson, Ann Rich and Martha Rich are the three daughters and heirs at law of Jonas Rich, late of Daw Wills, yeoman, deceased, who was the only son and heir at law and also a devisee named in the last will and testament of Aymor Rich late of the same place, yeoman, deceased, of the one part and Joseph Allen .....

Children of Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Waring

Jonas Rich

(before 24 June 1773 - 29 May 1774)
     Jonas Rich was born before 24 June 1773 in Stainborough, Silkstone, Yorkshire. He was christened on 24 June 1773 in Silkstone, Yorkshire. Jonas, son of Emor Rich, Stainborough.. He was the son of Amor Rich and Mary Unknown (Wilkinson).
     Jonas was buried on 29 May 1774 in St Mary's, Barnsley, Yorkshire.

Jonas Rich

(19 June 1631 - )
     There is confusion between this Jonas and his nephew Jonas of Pond. This Jonas probably died young as he is not mentioned in his father's will of 1677, but other provision could have been made for him as the eldest son. He may have settled and died overseas. A Jones Rich was in Virginia in 1638 There is confusion between this Jonas and his nephew Jonas of Pond. This Jonas probably died young as he is not mentioned in his father's will of 1677, but other provision could have been made for him as the eldest son. He may have settled and died overseasThere is confusion between this Jonas and his nephew Jonas of Pond. This Jonas probably died young as he is not mentioned in his father's will of 1677, but other provision could have been made for him as the eldest son. He may have settled and died overseas. A Jones Rich was in Virginia in 1638 There is confusion between this Jonas and his nephew Jonas of Pond. This Jonas probably died young as he is not mentioned in his father's will of 1677, but other provision could have been made for him as the eldest son[Passenger & immigration lists and indexes: extracted from Greer, Early Virginia immigrants 1623-1666, Baltimore, GPC, 1960, p.276] but this Jonas is too young.
     In 1707, 1710 & 1712 a Jonas paid land tax on land at Thurlestone, and a Jonas (probably the nephew is listed there in 1723 but not in 1728). He also paid tax at Hunshelf in 1707 & 1712.. Jonas Rich was christened on 19 June 1631 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Jonas filius Reginaldi Rich.. He was the son of Reginald Rich and Sarah Greaves.
     Jonas Rich and Jonas Rich were mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Hunshelf, Penistone, with one hearth. There was the only Jonas in the 1672 Hearth Tax returns for South Yorkshire.      
Jonas Rich and Jonas Rich Jonas Rich paid 10/8 land tax at Thurlstone, and 11/8 tax at Penistone in 1692, but he is not listed for 1693 at either place in 1692 in Penistone, Yorkshire.
They was a petitioner in Penistone, YKS, on 24 August 1699.

Jonas Rich

(before 1645? - circa 27 March 1714)
     Of Pond (Hunshelf), Penistone, held lands in Thurlstone, Penistone & Silkstone. He is possibly the Jonas mentioned as grandson of Reginald Rich in his will of 1677 as son of John & Martha. But is this the same Jonas who settled at Pond? He is too young to have grandchildren born from 1681 or even 1705.
A Jonas is also listed paying 10/8 1/2 land tax in 1723 (this would be his nephew Jonas but he is not mentioned in 1728). He is possibly one of the Jonas mentioned as paying 4/- in the pound land tax at Edgefield or Rocker End in Bradfield [Ronksley #7211].. Jonas Rich was born before 1645? In Penistone, Yorkshire. Jonas may be the Josephus who was baptised 10 August 1650 at Penistone, or he may be the Jonas son of Reg baptised in 1631. However Edward's heir was his son Jonas. He was the son of Edward Rich and Mary Unknown.
     Jonas Rich married Sarah Unknown circa 1660? In England.
     Jonas Rich and Jonas Rich were mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Hunshelf, Penistone, with one hearth. There was the only Jonas in the 1672 Hearth Tax returns for South Yorkshire.
Jonas Rich was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated 9 & 15 December 1687 in Penistone, Yorkshire, re Woodend. 9 December: Agreement to surrender: Francis Broadbent of Wortley and John Tyas of Welhill, parish of Penistone to Jonas Rich of Pond, parish of Penistone. All their messauges, lands, etc. at Woodend, parish of Penistone, being copyhold lands of the manor of Penistone which they promise to surrender in the manor court before 15 December for 106 pounds.
     15 December: Bond: Francis Broadbent of Wortley and John Tyas of Welhill, bound to Jonas Rich of Pend in 212 pounds that they are lawfully seized of part of a messuage called Woodend, parish of Penistone ... and several closes called the Great Thorn, the Little Thorn ... the Pond Croft, the little Pingle on the other side of the lane, the New Cose, Little Chapepelfield, the kilne croft at Cubleywoodside being of the yearly rent of 3/7, which they surrendered in the manor court to the use of Jonas Rich for 106 pounds by surrender of even date.
     Aquittance: Francis Broadbent of Wortley and John Tyas of Welhill to Jonas Rich of Pond. 106 pounds paid for lands and tenements at Woodend in the manor of Penistone.
Jonas Rich was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 30 June 1692 in Penistone, YKS, Copy surrender and admittance: Court Manor of Penistone of Sir Godfrey Bosville . It was presented that Francis Broadbent of Wortley and Maria his wife and John Tyas of Welhill and Margaret his wife had surendered part of a messauge called Woodend ... at Cubley Woodside to the use of Jonas Rich of Pond who made fine 3/7 and was admitted.      
Jonas Rich and Jonas Rich Jonas Rich paid 10/8 land tax at Thurlstone, and 11/8 tax at Penistone in 1692, but he is not listed for 1693 at either place in 1692 in Penistone, YKS.
     Jonas Rich and Reginald Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 23 January 1696. Mentioned in a bond dated 23 Jan 1696, were Jonas Rich of Pond, yeoman, John Rich of Thurlstone, Emanuel Rich of Illians, Reynolds Rich of Hazlehead, all yeoman - Daniel Rich (of Smallshaw) was referee.
They was a petitioner in Penistone, YKS, on 24 August 1699.
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in a deed dated 4 May 1700.
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in a deed dated 2 May 1705. An indenture dated 2 May 1705 Between Robert Longsdon of Sheffield, Yks, cutler of the one part and Jonas Rich of Pond in the parish of Peniston, Yks, yeoman of the other part whereby the said Robert Longston in consideration of the sum of 138 pounds did grant release and absolutely confirm unto the said Jonas Rich and his heirs and assigns all that messuage tenement or dwelling house, etc. situated in the parish of Silkstone and then in the tenure or occupation of Francis Meakson ... (and were then in the actual possession of the said Jonas Rich) by vertue of a bargain and sale therein unto the said Jonas Rich his heirs, etc. forever... Witnessed by George Walker of Hunshelf and Wiliam Nevinson? of Wortley, gent. William Fenton of Underbank and Godfrey Boseville, clerk to the said William Fenton. The mark of Jonas Rich. Registered 17 August 1705.      
Jonas Rich In 1707 and 1712 he paid £1/9/9 and £1/9/4 for land at Hunshelf and may be the Jonas Rich also paid land tax of £1/1/5 for property at Thurlstone between 1707 and 1712 in Hunshelf, Penistone, Yorkshire.
     In 1707 Pain laid that if the coal mines on Short Heath possessed by Jonas Rich & John Parking be not filled up..
     Jonas Rich mortgaged property 3 & 4 May 1708. Robert Cauldwells of Catthill, Silkeston, yeoman and Thomas his son & heir, to Jonas Rich of Pond, parish of Penistone, yeoman. Mortgage re Cathill property. Jonas Rich made his mark [an R], Witnessed by John Sanderson. Other deeds relating to Cathill, to the use of Jonas Rich, 1 Dec 1713.
     Jonas Rich made a will dated 20 March 1713/14 in Penistone, YKS. Jonas mentions his wife Sarah in his will. They left lands to their nephew Jonas then Amor, sons of Daniel Rich, and mentioned his nephew John. In the name of God amen I Jonas Rich of Pond in the parish of Penistone being weak in body ... to my loving wife Sara ... household goods and all manner of .... to dispose of as she thinks fit ...
I give and bequeath to my nephew Jonas Rich late of Deykin Brook and his heirs ... after my wife's death all my messuage or dwelling house, lands tenements etc. lying in Thurlstone in the parish of Penistone now or late in the possession of Timothy Milnes and Timothy Askam and all other of my lands ... in Thurlston except what are ... otherwise devised to the said Jonas Rich or his heirs paying ... and whereas the said Jonas Rich my nephew has been for some time absent ... I do hereby devise and appoint that in case the said Jonas Rich shall not return twelve months after my wife's decease that then Emor Rich of Daw Walls shall enter to have & enjoy the messuage house ...before ... to Jonas Rich he paying ... and that the said Emor Rich and his heirs shall enjoy ... & profits ... said Jonas Rich shall dye without issue of his bodye lawfully begotten then I give and bequeath the afsd messuages, etc. in Thurlstone afsd to the said Emor Rich and his heirs ... and I do give & devise unto my said nephew Emor Rich and his heirs forever from and after my wife's death all my messuages, lands etc. lying in Penyston now or late ... occupation of wid: Priest, wid: Booker, John Wordsworth & John Hinchcliff or any of them and I do give & devise unto John Lyndley my grandson and his heirs forever after my wife's death all my messuage house now or late in the possession of ... Crosley lying in Thurlston afsd and I do give unto my grandson George Lindley and his heirs forever after my wife's death all my houses, lands etc. lying & adjoining to Silkston Moor now or late in the possession of Wm M..son
And I give and devise unto my nephew John Rich of Deykin Brook and his heirs forever after my wife's decease all my messuages, lands, etc. at Catthill late in the tenure or occupation of Thomas Caldwell upon condition that he or his heirs pay unto Sarah Bagshaw my granddaughter twenty pounds c/o John? Lindley twenty pounds within twelve months after my wife's decease if he or his heirs fail in payment thereof then I give and devise the said messuages, etc. to Sarah Bagshaw ... Lindley ..
Also I give and devise to my grandson John Lindley and his heirs for ever after my wife's death all my messuage lands, etc. at Kind?? Moore in the parish of Silkstone now or late in the possession of Thomas Hobson upon condition that he pay to Mary Beever? forty pounds within twelve months after my wife's decease and I do hereby further give and devise ... to be charged upon & out of my lands in Thurlston to Emor Rich Jonas Rich to witt
I give and devise to Jonathan Frances ten pounds
to my grand daughter Sarah Bagshaw ten pounds
and to .... fifteen pounds
and to my ... Martha Goldthorpe five pounds
and to my ... Hanna Goddard five pounds
and to my neice Anne Goddard five pounds ...
George Wordsworth of Wosbrough three pounds
and to Richard Woodward of ... three pounds
and to Richard Turner of Hunshelf Bank one pound
& to my sister Mary Goddard ten pounds
and also to my parish apprentice Barnett Bowder upon condition he serve his time out at my farme at ... pounds all which several sums last ... & not chargeable out of any other .. of my estate I will and devise shall be paid out of my estate in Thurlston which is devised to Jonas and Emor Rich to be paid by him or his heirs that shall enjoy the said estate within twelve months after my wife's decease except to Barnett Bowder who is not to be paid before he has served his time but if default be made in payment then I give and devise the said messuages & lands to my said legatees? ... to hold the same until payment of their legacy with interest & costs and in case my nephew Jonas Rich shall return then my will and mind is that John Rich shall pay out of the estate at Catthill to him ... said Jonas Rich ... how he left the country and I do hereby give and devise all the residue ... of my personal estate to my grand daughter Alice Lindley paying my executors their reasonable charges & expenses & for their trouble and I do make John Rich and George Lindley joint executors of this my last will and testament 20 March 1713
Jonas Rich his mark Signed delivered published & declared by the above named testator in the presence of us who have under sett our hands as witnesses in the presence of the said testator (and ... the words Emor Rich ... John West... Geo walker. vicessimo octavo die mensis ... fuit.
He was buried on 27 March 1714 in Penistone. Sepulta Jonas Rich Hug..g...
     Jonas died circa 27 March 1714 in Penistone, YKS.
     His will was proved on 28 May 1714 at the Exchequer Court of York. He was mentioned as a deceased tenant in the manorial rolls dated 15 November 1714, in Penistone, YKS, Copy surrender: Court of Sir William Boseville, Manor of Penistone. It was presented that Jonas Rich, lately deceased, surendered on 13 March last, to Sir Godfrey Boseville lately deceased then lord of the manor of Peniston, a messuage called Woodend with several closes and lands to such uses as would be revealed in his will. It was also presented that the said Jonas Rich had by will dated 23 March last left the premises to the use of Sarah Rich his wife for her life and after her death to the use of Amor Rich.

Children of Jonas Rich and Sarah Unknown

Jonas Rich

(circa 1725? - )
     Jonas Rich was born circa 1725? In Yorkshire. He could be the son of Jonas Rich, parish clerk of Bradfield who married Ann Marsden in 1721. He was the son of patriarch Jonas? Rich (of Ecclesfield).

Child of Jonas Rich

Jonas Rich

(2 September 1671 - 5 June 1746)
     Jonas Rich was christened on 2 September 1671 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Jonas filius Johannis Rich. He was mentioned in his grand father Reginald's will in 1677 as son of John & Martha and sister of Sarah & Martha. He was the son of John Rich and Martha Rich.
     Jonas Rich was mentioned in the will of Reginald Rich dated 26 May 1677.
     Jonas Rich married Alice Crossley on 12 February 1692/93 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.
On 10 May 1701 Jonas Rich sold property in 'Parkin House' & 'Eclands', Thurlstone, Penistone, Yorkshire. Bargain and sale: John Rich of Parkinhouse and Martha his wife and Jonas Rich, son and heir apparent of John Rich, to John Priest of Bradshaw. A messuage called Parkin house with buildings and lands in Thurlstone and Thurlstone meer and other buidings and lands in Ecklands for 160 pounds.
     Bargain and sale and counterpart - dated 15 Jun 1702: John Priest of Bradshaw to John Rich of Parkinhouse. A messuage called Parkinhouse with lands in Thurlstone and Thurlestone meer now in occupation of John Rich and other buildings and lands in Thurlestone for £170. He was parish constable in 1702 in Bradfield. The accounts of Jonas Rich, being constable for the year 1702 ... served for John Sanderson & George Mathewman for their farms in Bradfield. He was a churchwarden in Bradfield, in 1703. Quittances belonging to Jonas Rich, churchwarden of Bradfield 1703 - .
     In 1704 Jonas Rich paid 4/- in the pound land tax at Bradfield (firstly at Edgefield, then at Rocker End). Jonas Rich paid £16/1/2, chief rent (to Lord of the Manor) at Bradfield Barlow. March 6 1704/5? received of Jonas Rich for the tithe, signed Hugh Spooner.
     On Nov 6 1705: Agreement to prosecute felons signed by the following Bradfield people - Jonas Rich.      
Jonas Rich paid land tax from 1707 to 1723 in Thurlstone, Penistone. He is not listed there in 1728. In 1707 Jonas Rich was Overseer of the Poor in Bradfield.
     Final concord between Thomas Wright, gentleman, querent and William Shepley and Jane his wife, William Shepley the younger and Faith his wife, Jonah Rich and Alice his wife, John Rich and Martha his wife, Barnabas Bright and Elizabeth his wife, and John Rodgers alias Darby and Mary his wife, deforciants, of 3 messuages, 3 cottages, 55 acres land, 15 acres meadow, common of pasture for all cattle, common of turbary, and 2/3 of a pasture for one cow, in Catcliffe, Penistone, Thurlestone, Sheffield, Heeley, and parishes of Rotherham and Sheffield, together with an annual rent of £6 from lands in Penistone and Thurlestone, in consideration of £100. He was widowed before 23 September 1720 on the death of his wife Alice Crossley.
     Jonas Rich married secondly Ann Marsden on 4 June 1721 in Bradfield, YKS. Jonas was the parish clerk from about 1725, Bradfield, YKS. 1722: Orders to the constable of Bradfield: April 25: Warrant to apprehend Ralph Dennis, Rebecca Dennis & Joseph Davies of Bradfield township to answer Jonas Rich & the rest of the inhabitants
In 1737 he signed a decree to punish felons 1 Oct
[inhabitants of Bradfield , Charles Steer also signed]. He was widowed before 17 June 1731 on the death of his wife Ann Marsden.
Jonas Rich was listed on the rent roll of Bradfield parish rentals, from 1731 to 1740, for property in Bradfield. Jonas Rich paid rent of £2/5/- from 1731-1740, 15/- for part of the Parson house in 1731, and for Swine Hill 5/- from 1731-40.
     Jonas Rich married Mary Satterpitt on 16 November 1731 in the Peculiar & Free churchof St Charles, Peak Forest, Derbyshire. Peak Forest was a remote hamlet in the one time Royal Forest of the Peak District of Derbyshire. For 26 years it was England's Gretna Green which arose from the parish not being under the jurisdiction of any Bishop. The minister had the right to hold a 'Peculiar Court' and had the title of Principal Official and Judge in Spiritualities. He could grant probate and marriage licences to any person applying, regardless of their origin, and in virtue of these licences could marry anyone anytime. From 1728 to 1754, these marriages were recorded in a 'Foreign Marriage' register, averaging 1 a week. The busiest year 1745 saw 105 marriage solemnized. All the marriages took place in a chapel which was situated in front of the present church, it was pulled down in 1880. The chapel was built by Christiana, Duchess of Devonshire in 1657 and dedicated to 'Charles, King and Martyr, in whose army, her son Charles Cavendish was a Lieutenant General. He was killed at Gainsborough on 31 July 1643. All the marriage certificates were stamped with a wooden seal, It is about 12 miles from Bradfield.
     In 1745 there was a disbursement to Jonas Rich 13/3 - accounts of churchwardens for Bradfield.
     Jonas died on 5 June 1746 in Bradfield, YKS, aged 74. Jonas Rich clerk of Bradfield, killed by a fall off Parson Butterfield's horse, the horse was made his bane & valued at 2/6. He was clerk 25 or 26 years. He was buried on 8 June 1746 in Bradfield. Jonas Rich of Bradfield, parish clerk.

Children of Jonas Rich and Alice Crossley

Jonas Rich

(before 2 March 1628 - before 2 March 1627/28)
     Jonas Rich was born before 2 March 1628 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Rich and Frances Priest.
     Jonas died before 2 March 1627/28 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was buried on 2 March 1627/28 in Penistone. Sepulti Jonas filus Richardi Rich 2 die March 1627/8.

Jonas Rich

(26 February 1756 - before 24 September 1758)
     Jonas Rich was christened on 26 February 1756 in Tickhill, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Rich and Ann Smith.
     Jonas died before 24 September 1758 in Tickhill, Yorkshire. He was buried on 24 September 1758 in St Mary, Tickhill, Yorkshire.

Joseph Rich

(17 July 1610 - before 16 May 1696)
     There is no Joseph Rich in the South Yorkshire Hearth Tax for 1672. This may even be the Jonas who was buried in 1628/9.. Joseph Rich was born on 17 July 1610 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Rich and Frances Priest. Joseph Rich was christened on 22 July 1610 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Joseph, son of Richard Rich the xxiith [July]..
     Joseph died before 16 May 1696 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. He was buried on 16 May 1696 in Cawthorne, YKS. Buried Joseph Rich.

Joseph Rich

(10 August 1650 - before 2 April 1665)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 10 August 1650 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Josephus filius Edvardi Rich. [This may be Jonas, but if so he died!]
Joseph, son of which Edward? He may be the Josias who died in 1665, or even be Jonas who survived until 1714. He was the son of Edward Rich and Mary Unknown.
     Joseph died before 2 April 1665 in Penistone, YKS. He was buried on 2 April 1665 in Penistone. Josias, son of Edward.

Joseph Rich

(12 August 1806 - 11 August 1883)
     Joseph Rich was born on 12 August 1806 in 'Brook House', Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. He was born at Brookhouse, Yks according to the 1851 census. Brook House is a hamlet in the township and parish of Laughton en le Morthen.. He was the son of William Rich and Mary Barlow. Joseph Rich was christened on 11 September 1806 in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. Son of William Rich by Mary his wife, wheelwright.
     He witnessed a marriage in 1829. He and Ann Rich witnessed Charles Swannack and Harriet Rich's wedding on 28 July 1833 in Laughton en le Morthen, YKS.
     Joseph Rich married Mary Unknown before 1835. Joseph was a carpenter and joiner from 1835, in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. He was widowed on 13 January 1837 on the death of his wife Mary Unknown.
     Joseph Rich married Jane Ward on 25 October 1837 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, NTT.
     Joseph Rich and Jane Ward appeared on the 1841 census in South Carlton, Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. Joseph Rich, aged 30, carpenter, not born in the county & Jane Rich aged 30, not born in the county, William Rich aged 6, born in the county.
     Joseph Rich was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 in 1850 in North & South Anston, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich occupied 3 adjacent plots.
     Joseph Rich and Jane Ward were recorded on the 1851 census in Lindrick Dale, South Anston, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, head, married, aged 47, joiner and wheelwright, born Brookhouse, Yks., and Jane Rich, his wife, aged 42 born Woodhouse ... Yks.
     Joseph Rich and Jane Ward appeared on the 1861 census in the Lodge, Carlton in Lindrick, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, aged 54, carpenter with his wife Jane aged 52, both born in Yorkshire. Geroge Hatcher, aged 19, a gardener born Dorset was lodging with them.
     Joseph Rich and Jane Ward appeared on the 1881 census in the Dale, Anston, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, head, carpenter, aged 74, married, born Laughton; Jane aged 73, wife, born Woodhouse, Yks.
     Joseph died on 11 August 1883 in the South Yorkshire Asylum aged 76. He was of Lindrick Dale, aged 75, Middleweood Hospital, Sheffield. He was buried on 15 August 1883 in St John, Carlton-in-Lindrick.
     His will was proved on 4 December 1883 at Wakefield, Yorkshire. Personal estate £848.5.9: The will of Joseph Rich late of Lindrick Common in the parish of Anston in the county of York, joiner and wheelwright who died 11 August 1883 at the South Yorkshire Asylum was proved at Wakefield by John Plumptree Ramsden of North Carlton in the county of Nottingham Esquire and William Townsend of Sheffield in the county of York, stationer, the executors.

Children of Joseph Rich and Mary Unknown

Joseph Rich

(8 November 1801 - 18 March 1867)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 8 November 1801 in Firbeck, Yorkshire. He was the son of Amor Rich and Mary Turner.
     Joseph Rich married Sarah Ann Dean on 18 September 1823 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire. Joseph was a carpenter in 1824, in Mattersey. Joseph was present at Caroline Rich's christening on 20 September 1824 in Mattersey, NTT.
     Joseph Rich was mentioned in the will of Amor Rich dated 22 May 1839.
     Joseph Rich and Sarah Ann Dean were recorded on the 1851 census in Mattersey. Joseph Rich, head, married, aged 49, schoolmaster, born Firbeck, Sarah Ann, wife, aged 49 born Mattersea, and their grand-daughter Mary Ann Webster, aged 6 born Knasbrough?, Ntt.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Mattersey. Joseph Rich was living alone, a widower aged 59, rural messenger?, born Firbeck, Yks.
     Joseph died of chronic bronchitis on 18 March 1867 in Mattersey, NTT, aged 65.

Child of Joseph Rich and Sarah Ann Dean

Joseph Rich

(23 December 1836 - before 10 January 1837)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 23 December 1836 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Joseph Rich and Mary Unknown.
     Joseph died before 10 January 1837 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, NTT. He was buried on 10 January 1837 in St John, Carlton-in-Lindrick.

Joseph Rich

(19 March 1775 - )
     Joseph Rich was christened on 19 March 1775 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Amor Rich and Sarah Unwin. Joseph Rich witnessed Amor Rich and Mary Turner's wedding on 25 September 1800 in Firbeck, Yorkshire.
     Joseph Rich married Frances Ryalls on 31 January 1805 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, NTT.
     Joseph Rich was recorded in 1831 census in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Joseph Rich, headed one family in one house with 1 person employed in trade, manufacture or handicraft; four males and 3 females, including 2 males over 20 employed as carpenters.
     Joseph Rich and Frances Ryalls appeared on the 1841 census in Chapel Yard, Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Joseph Rich, aged 66, joiner; Frances Rich aged 62, Fanny Rich, aged 27, Elizabeth Rich, aged 20, John Rich 17, apprentice joiner, all born in county.

Children of Joseph Rich and Frances Ryalls

Joseph Rich

(21 January 1680/81 - )
     Joseph Rich was christened on 21 January 1680/81 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Walter Rich.

Joseph Rich

(31 May 1814 - March 1903)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 31 May 1814 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Joseph Rich and Frances Ryalls. Joseph was a joiner & carpenter between 1834 and 1855, Blyth, Nottinghamshire.
     Joseph Rich married Elizabeth Taylor on 24 February 1834 in Holy Trinity, Everton, Nottinghamshire.
     Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor appeared on the 1841 census in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Joseph Rich, aged 27, joiner; Elizabeth aged 29, Henry aged 7, Edward aged 5, Fanny aged 3; all born in the county.
     Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor were recorded on the 1851 census in East Side, Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Joseph Rich 37, carpenter, born Blyth, his wife Elizabeth 39 born Everton, and children Frederick 10, Sarah 8, George 5, Betsey 2, Charlotte 1, all born at Blyth.
     Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor appeared on the 1861 census in Hyde Park, Doncaster, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich 47, house carpenter, born Blythe; his wfie Elizabeth Rich 49, born Everton Nttk children George Rich 15, Betsy Rich 12, Eliza Rich 8, Charlott Rich 5, all born at Blyth.
     Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor appeared on the 1871 census in Doncaster, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich 55, joiner, born Blyth, Ntt;his wife Elizabeth Rich 58, born Everton, children Betsey Rich 20, general servant, Charlotte Elizabeth Rich 15, scholar, Eliza Rich 18, dress maker, all born at Blyth.
     Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor appeared on the 1881 census in Union St South, 6 Jarratts Sq, Doncaster, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, head, aged 66, joiner, born at Blyth, Ntt; Elizabeth, wife, aged 68, born Everton, Ntt.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1901 census in Doncaster Union Workhouse, Edlington Lane, Balby, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, pauper inmate, journey joiner (ret. carpenter), aged 87, born Blyth, Retford, Nottinghamshire.
     Joseph's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1903 in Doncaster RD, Yorkshire.

Children of Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor

Joseph Rich

(18 March 1682/83 - before 16 May 1696)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 18 March 1682/83 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich baptised..
     Joseph died before 16 May 1696 in Cawthorne, YKS. He was buried on 16 May 1696 in Cawthorne, YKS. Buried Joseph Rich.

Joseph Rich

(before 17 October 1837 - before 1840?)
     Joseph Rich was born before 17 October 1837 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Joseph Rich and Ann Chapman.
     Joseph died before 1840?.

Joseph Rich

(20 September 1840 - )
     Joseph Rich was christened on 20 September 1840 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Joseph Rich and Ann Chapman.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Joseph Rich and Ann Chapman in Back Lane, Tuxford.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1881 census in 'Ingoe', Stamfordham, Northumberland, England. Joseph Rich, head, agricultural labourer, aged 40 born Tuxford, Nottinghamshire.

Joseph Rich

(circa 1810? - )
     Joseph Rich was born circa 1810?. He may be the Joseph Rich who with his sister Mary was baptised 15 August 1811 at Ecclesfield, children of Mary Rich of Potter Hill..
     Joseph Rich married Ann Chapman on 24 June 1833 in All Saints, West Markham, Nottinghamshire, England. Joseph Rich, bachelor of this parish & Ann Chapman of the parish of Sutton on Trent, spinster, by banns. They both made their marks in the presence of Samuel Bullard and Thomas Hempsall..
     Joseph Rich and Ann Chapman appeared on the 1841 census in Back Lane, Tuxford. Joseph Rich, aged 25, ag lab, Ann Rich aged 30, Joseph aged 9 months, all born in the county.

Children of Joseph Rich and Ann Chapman

Joseph Rich

(before 15 August 1811 - )
     Joseph Rich was born before 15 August 1811 in Potter Hill, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Mary Rich.

Joseph Rich

(circa 1862 - )
     Joseph Rich was born circa 1862. He was the son of William Rich and Mary Unknown. Joseph, Martha, Mary and Edith were listed as the children of William Rich in the 1881 census in 21 Bowring Road, Lezayre, Isle of Man, UK.

Joseph Rich

(5 November 1812 - before 11 September 1892)
     Joseph Rich was christened on 5 November 1812 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Rich and Elizabeth Eyre.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Brightside, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, aged 48, born Tuxford, Ntt.
     Joseph Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Kimberworth, Rotherham, Yorkshire. Joseph Rich, aged 48, born Tuxford, Ntt.
     Joseph died before 11 September 1892 in Tuxford, NTT. He was buried on 11 September 1892 in Tuxford.