Elizabeth Rich

(23 June 1844 - )
      She possibly became the second wife of Robert Carr. Elizabeth Rich was christened on 23 June 1844 in All Saints, Mattersey, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Amor Rich and Mary Rayner. Elizabeth, Frances and Alice were listed as the children of Amor Rich in the 1851 census in Ordsall, Nottinghamshire. Elizabeth, Frances and Alice were listed as the children of Amor Rich in the 1861 census in 11 Blackfriargate?, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. Elizabeth and Alice were listed as the children of Amor Rich in the 1871 census in 45 Warwick St, Southcoates, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Rich

(14 March 1819 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was christened on 14 March 1819 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Rich and Frances Ryalls.
     Elizabeth Rich appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Joseph Rich and Frances Ryalls in Chapel Yard, Blyth, Nottinghamshire.

Elizabeth Rich

(29 September 1586 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was christened on 29 September 1586 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Brian Rich and Ann Raine.

Elizabeth Rich

(circa 1605? - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born circa 1605?. She was the daughter of Amor Rich and Alice Burdett.
Elizabeth Rich married John Haigh.
     Elizabeth Rich was mentioned in the will of John Haigh dated 25 November 1645.

Elizabeth Rich

(before 1788 - 20 February 1788)
     Elizabeth Rich was born before 1788. She was the daughter of Ann Rich.
     Elizabeth was buried on 20 February 1788 in St Peter, Woolley, Yorkshire. Elizabeth the illegitimate daughter of Ann Rich, spinster.

Elizabeth Rich

(16 November 1806 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was christened on 16 November 1806 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Rich and Elizabeth Eyre.

Child of Elizabeth Rich

Elizabeth Rich

(before 27 September 1789 - before 1793)
     Elizabeth Rich was born before 27 September 1789 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Rich and Mary Hopkin.
     Elizabeth died before 1793.

Elizabeth Rich

(before 25 December 1793 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born before 25 December 1793 in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Rich and Mary Hopkin.

Elizabeth Rich

(before 13 September 1684 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born before 13 September 1684 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Rich (of Worksop).

Elizabeth Rich

(3 October 1847 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was also known as Betsey in records. She was born before 30 September 1847 in Anston, Yorkshire. She was christened on 3 October 1847 in South Anston. Elizabeth Rich, daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann, Carlton, joiner. She was the daughter of Thomas Rich and Mary Ann Broomhead? Elizabeth and John were listed as the children of Thomas Rich in the 1851 census in South Anston, Nottinghamshire.
     Elizabeth Rich was recorded on the 1861 census in Ladies School, Gatesford Rd, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. She was a pupil aged 13, born at Anston, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Rich

(5 December 1633 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was christened on 5 December 1633 in St Mary (Priory), Worksop, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Rich and Mary Unknown.

Elizabeth Rich

(21 February 1615/16 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born on 21 February 1615/16 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of William Rich and Elizabeth Hancocke.

Elizabeth Rich

(4 July 1840 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was christened on 4 July 1840 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Rich and Elizabeth Taylor.

Elizabeth Rich

(circa 1847 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born circa 1847 in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Amor Rich and Prudence Hollingsworth. Henry, Edward, Thomas, Sarah, Prudence and Elizabeth were listed as the children of Amor Rich in the 1851 census in St John (Anston), Yorkshire. Sarah, Elizabeth and John were listed as the children of Amor Rich in the 1861 census in St John's, Anston. Elizabeth Rich was listed as Amor Rich's daughter in the 1871 census in Laughton en le Morthen.

Elizabeth Rich

( - 8 March 1638/39)
     Elizabeth Rich was the daughter of Nicholas Rich.
     Elizabeth was buried on 8 March 1638/39 in South Kirkby, Yorkshire. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas Rich of South Elmsall, buried.

Elizabeth Rich

(before 1645 - )
     Elizabeth Rich was born before 1645.
Elizabeth Rich married Frederick Wordsworth on 26 May 1659 in Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Rich (Bramall)

(before 17 August 1833 - )
     Elizabeth Rich (Bramall) was born before 17 August 1833 in Slade Hooton, Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire, England. She was christened on 17 August 1833 in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. Elizabeth, daughter of Geo Rich & Jane of Slade Hooton, wheelwright. She was the daughter of George Rich and Jane Holt. Elizabeth and Lydia were listed as the children of George Rich in the 1851 census in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire.
Elizabeth Rich (Bramall) married an unknown person before 1860.
     In George Rich's will dated 8 February 1860 in Laughton en le Morthen, Elizabeth Rich (Bramall) was named as heir. Lydia and Elizabeth were listed as the children of Jane Holt in the 1861 census in Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Rich (Cooper)

(9 August 1818 - )
     Elizabeth Rich (Cooper) was christened on 9 August 1818 in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of George Rich and Elizabeth Barg.
     Elizabeth Rich (Cooper) appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Rich and Mary Unknown (Carr) in North Carlton or Kingston, Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire. Elizabeth was listed as the daughter of George Rich in the 1851 census in Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire.
     Elizabeth Rich (Cooper) was mentioned in the will of George Rich dated 31 December 1859.
     Elizabeth Rich (Cooper) was mentioned in the will of George Rich dated 31 December 1859.

Elizabeth Mary Rich

(1841 - 1873)
     Elizabeth Mary Rich was also known as Elizabeth Mary Rich in records. She was born in 1841. Her parentage is not proven. She was the daughter of Edward Rich and Maria Unknown. Elizabeth was a teacher.
Elizabeth Mary Rich married John Jackson on 8 September 1864 in St Matthew's, Auckland, New Zealand. Marriage: Rich – On Thursday Sep 8th at St Matthew's Church, by the Rev D Jones, John Jackson to Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Edward Rich of Auckland, reported in The New Zealander, Volume XXI, Issue 2219, 9 September 1864, Page 1.
She was of Wakefield St, Auckland (4 years) at her marriage.
A John & Eizabeth Jackson had the following children: George in 1869, John Thomas Logan in 1870, Frederick Albert in 1873, so she may have died from complications of birth.
     Elizabeth died in 1873 in New Zealand. The NZ Herald on 3 July 1873 reported: Jackson - On June 6, Elizabeth Mary, the beloved wife of Mr John Jackson.

Elizabeth Wright Rich

(December 1864 - )
     Elizabeth Wright Rich's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1864 in Beverley RD. She was the daughter of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright.

Elkanah Rich

(circa 1659 - 21 July 1724)
     Elkanah Rich was born circa 1659 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Silvanus Rich and Mary Wordsworth.
     A marriage settlement between Elkanah Rich and Margaret Shaw was made on 4 October 1680 in Penistone, YKS. Pre nuptial settlement and counter part. Silvanus Rich of Bullhouse to Jonathan Staniforth of ffirbecke and John Garland of Toddwirke. Part of the manor of Smallshay, parish of Penistone, a messuage in the tenure of Elizabeth Greaves, a capital messuage called Bullhouse, corn mills called Bulhouse Mills, messuage called Hornethfitt Hall, 2 corn mills called Thornstone Mills, in consideration of a marriage arranged between Elkanah Rich, son and heir of the said Silvanus Rich, and Margaret Shaw, daughter of the late John Shaw of Rotherham, and of £600 paid to Silvanus Rich by Margaret Shaw widow of John Shaw as a marriage portion for her daughter, at trust to stated uses. .
Elkanah Rich married Margaret Shaw on 20 October 1680 in Rotherham, Yorkshire. On the 14th according to the Phillimore's Yorkshire marriage registers.
Deed to make a tenant 15 May 1683: Gilbert Kene of Utseter Staffs and Roberta (Rebecca) his wife, Francis Burdett of Silkstone and Rachel his wife, Humphrey Marler of Manchester and Easter his wife, George Dale of Moniash, parish of Bakewell and Ruth his wife, Elkana Rich of Bulhouse and Margaret his wife to Francis Carhill of Elloughton. All those lands inherited from John Shawe, late of Rotherham, deceased, and divided among his daughters and their husbands as follows:- to Gilbert Kene and Roberta his wife, 2 closes called the Royds in Ecclesfield several parcels and closes of land in Kimberworth a messuage and 2 cottages in Kingston upon Hull and the reversion after the death of Margaret Shaw of a messuage called Whitehart with barn, several closes [named] with water corn mill in Thurlstone meare; to Francis Burdett and Rachel his wife, a messuage called Spitalhouse and several parcels of land in Wentworth a messuage and arable land in Wadsley, par. Ecclesfield and the reversion after the death of Margaret Shaw of a messuage called Sheppards Castle in Penistone and several closes of arable land, a cottage and parcel of meadow called Ferneley Holme, a messuage and close adjoining Penistone Green, 2 acres of land in close called Hesletofts; to Humphrey Marler and Esther his wife, a messuage in Marchborough [Masbrough?] par. Rotherham called Lydgate House, and 4 acres of land, all the arable meadows at Riall in Holderness, part of a close called Levellands and the reversion after the death of Margaret Shaw of a messuage called the old Hall and 4 closes [named], a messuage and arable land, closes called the Holmes and Rick Ing, parcel of land in Hesletofts, all in Penistone, to George Dale and Ruth his wife, a messuage in Brampton Bierley with lands adjoining, a cottage in Wentworth and 5 acres of land, close called Shoulder of Mutton in Kimberworth and the reversion after the death of Margaret Shaw of close called Highfields, 2 acres in the Levellands, and 2 acres of land, all in Penistone to Elkana Rich and Margaret his wife, arable land called Great Grange or Barley Grange Wood in Staveley messuage and 4 acres in Dongworth, par. Bradfield closes called Hagarcloses and Hartleys in Kimberworth and the reversion after the death of Margaret Shaw of a messuage near the church of Penistone and lands belonging, and 2 closes called Highfields and Bromefields, messuage called Coalpittfield house and closes adjoining: that the said Francis Carhill may be tenant and suffer a recovery to be brought against him.
12 June 1683: Surrender and Admission in Peniston manor court: Francis Burdett, gent., and wife Rachel, Humphrey Marler, gent., and wife Esther, George Dale, gent. and wife Ruth, Elkanah Rich, gent. , and wife Margaret to Gilbert Keene, gent. and wife Rebecca and heirs of their bodies.
Third part of a messuage, barn, stables, folds and out houses in Peniston: Signature of William Bossevile, steward
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     In Silvanus Rich's will dated 22 November 1683 in Penistone, Elkanah Rich was named as heir. He was an executor of Silvanus Rich's estate on 16 July 1684 in the Prerogative Court of York.
Elkanah Rich married secondly Martha Thorpe on 7 October 1684 in Mirfield, Yorkshire. She brought a marriage portion of £800.
John Smith the elder of Carrhouse alias Coppcliff Carr, alias Backhouse, parish of Penistone and John Smith the younger, his son and heir apparent and Martha daughter of said John Smith to Elkana Rich of Bullhouse. The yearly rent of 1¾ from the lands sometime of Amor Rich called the Royd in Thurlstone the yearly rent of 9d from lands in Ecklands yearly rent of 11d from messuage called Flashhouse, yearly rent of 4d from messuage called Shore Hall, yearly rent of 4d from messuage called Allenhouse, and 4d from messuage called Softley, all in Thurlstone for £16 0s. 10d.
On 19 June 1685 Elkanah Rich sold property in Smallshaw, Penistone. Bargain and sale and counterpart: Elkanah Rich of Bulhouse to Daniell Rich of Smallshaye. Messuage called Smallshaye in Thurlestone and Thurlestone Meer with buildings and lands belonging and another messuage in Smallshaye for £600. Also bond in £1200 to keep the covenants.
     A marriage settlement between Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe was made on 7 October 1685 in Penistone, YKS. Settlement (Lease and release) and counterparts dated 6 & 7 Oct 1685: Elkanah Rich of Bulhouse to John Wadsworth of Swaithe Hall, parish of Darfield and John Oates of Nether Denby, parish of Kirkheaton. Messuages in Thurlstone called Hornthwait, Bridgend and the Royd with lands etc. in consideration of a marriage arranged between Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe, daughter of Richard Thorpe of Hopton Hall, parish of Mirfield and of £800 received as a marriage portion to stated uses..
     Elkanah Rich was party to a land transaction on 4 February 1685/86?. Bargain and sale: John Smith the elder of Carrhouse alias Coppcliff Carr, alias
Backhouse, parish of Penistone and John Smith the younger, his son
and heir apparent and Martha daughter of said John Smith to Elkana Rich of Bullhouse. The yearly rent of 1_ from the lands sometime of Amor Rich called the Royd in Thurlstone the yearly rent of 9d from lands in Ecklands yearly rent of 11d from messuage called Flashhouse, yearly rent of 4d from messuage called Shore Hall, yearly rent of 4d from messuage called Allenhouse, and 4d from messuage called Softley,
all in Thurlstone for ?16 0s. 10d.
He built Bullhouse stables in 1688 & the chapel in 1692 and was buried there with his wife. 3 adjacent graves in the chapel record his children's death. Elkanah Riche who had married in succession the daughter of two of the ejected clergy [1682 for non consent to the Book of Common Prayer], built a meeting house near his residence. See
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The Dissenters' Chapel of Bullhouse is said to be the oldest independent non-conformist chapel with continuous worship in the country. Or "... in the County of York". It lies a mile or so from Penistone, just beyond Millhouse Green and near to a lone wind turbine of the modern age. It began as a Presbyterian meeting house after the Act of Toleration allowed non-conformist worship in 1689. The date over the door is 18th April 1692 and the wear on its steps is true testament to its years of use. At the time of the English Civil War, Captain William Rich served in the Parliamentary Army. His son Sylvanus Rich built most of Bullhouse Hall in 1655, in what was then a secluded wooded area. Around 1647, Rev Christopher Dickinson became Vicar of Penistone Parish. it was remarked in the diary of Captain Adam Eyre of Hazlehead, that: '... upon the removal of Sir Francis Wortley's garrison from Penistone and during the tymes of trouble, hee intrudeth himself into the Ministery at Penistone'. Other diary entries also suggested that Dickinson was not well received in the Parish. This was not to last long. He was followed around 1649 by the popular Rev Henry Swift, who preached in a simple, puritan style for the next 40 years. Henry had not been presented 'By any real or supposed patron' but by the choice of the inhabitants of the Parish. Torre’s Collections describes Henry as having ‘Come in by the usurped powers and consent of the parish’. But Henry was his own man. Following the 1660 restoration of the monarchy of Charles II, in 1662 an 'Act of Uniformity' required all ministers to swear an oath to give: 'Unfeigned assent and consent to all and everything contained and prescribed' in the new Book of Common Prayer, which many people would never have seen before. The Rev Henry Swift continued as before and refused to comply. As a result, he was no stranger to York jail but he had some protection by landed families in the area from the 'The Great Ejection' of 1662. It caused hundreds of Puritan preachers to be persecuted, removed from churches and lose their income. The 1672 'Act of Toleration' gave some relief from this persecution and it became possible for Dissenters to meet in registered meeting places. Sylvanus Rich registered Bullhouse Hall as a place of worship. Henry stayed on as vicar after the Reformation, despite continuing to be non-conformist. By the time of his death in 1689, it had become possible for non-conformists to meet where and when they liked. Rev Henry Swift (1621-1689) was interred in Penistone churchyard near the West door. Not liking the new Vicar, whose style was more ritualistic and compliant, Elkanah Rich chose to build Bullhouse Chapel and install a minister of a more suitable character. On 18th April 1692, Bullhouse Chapel opened as a place of worship. The Rev David Denton was the first minister to serve here. For such a small chapel, it is interesting that its congregation in 1715 was 200 people.
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Elkanah Rich paid land tax from 1692 in Penistone, Yorkshire. The land tax assessments list Mr Elkanah Rich paying £6/13/0 at Thurlstone in 1692, Mr Rich paying £10/0/6 there in 1693, paying £1/2/0 at Penistone from 1707-1712, at Thurleston Elkanah Rich gent paid in 1707 £13/9/0, 1710-12 £13/4/6. In 1723 Elkanah, gent paid £6/12/3, but by 1728 Amor, Esq. paid £9/18/4 for property at Thurlestone and Mr Rich paid 4/8 and 7/10 for property at Penistone.
He was a petitioner in Penistone, YKS, on 24 August 1699. On 1 May 1712 Elkanah Rich leased property in Penistone, Yorkshire. Lease in trust and counterpart. Elkanah Rich of Bulhouse, John Hatfield of Laughton in the Morving and Mary his wife, to Daniel Denton of Bullhouse and James ffieldsend of the same. 2 messauges and several closes in Penistone called, 2 doles in Otliffe Field, the Pingle, the Hesletoft, the Acre, the ffar Hill Royd, Nether Hill Royd, Upper Hill Royd, Wheat Close, the Rood, the Hasletofts, the Holme, the Acre, the Croft, 2 doles in the East-field, Upper Eastfield, Middle Eastfield, Lower Eastfield, Ashfield, Town Royd, Broomfield, Upper close, Rough Nooke, the Acre and the Highfield for 999 years at a yearly rent of £21 to be paid to Elkanah Rich during his life and John and Mary Hatfield and their heirs after his death. .
Deed dated 28 may 1719, leading to the uses of a fine re messuages, lands, and premises in Thornhill, Bowling, Little Horton, Kirkburton, Mirfield and Hipperholme.
Description 1. Mary Thorpe of Hopton, widow, Richard Hutton of Pudsey, gentleman, and Mary his wife
2. Elkhana Rich of Bullhouse in Penistone, gentleman, William Oates of Wakefield, gentleman, John Kirkby of Heckmondwike, gentleman..
He wrote in a letter to his cousin Aymer Riche of Smallshaw respecting a pew in the church: "My father, my mother & myself always sat there in Mr Swift's time, that is, while we went to the church; until they carried things so high, and were so full of ceremonies, that we resolved to provide a better way of worship at home. I shall therefore not sit there as they manage the church, but if you like their doings I had rather you sat there than any other person." 8 July 1720.
In 1721 he wrote two letters to his cousin John Haigh of Shye regarding the maintenance of the minister of the chapel, in March he mentioned that he had many children to maintain, considerable sums to pay upon the marriage of my daughters and had been at near two thousand pounds charge in building.
His son Aymer Rich continued to attend this chapel, and was buried there. The Ministers were of the presbyterian denomination. The first was Daniel Denton who died 1721, next William Halliday d.1741, Benjamin Shaw d.1771 & Thomas Halliday who settled there in 1772 and removed in 1776 to Norton, Derbyshire. Mr Lewis was afterwards Minister but the family ceasing to reside at the hall the attendance at the chapel became much diminished. At length regular worship ceased and the chapel was allowed to be used by some denominations of Methodists.
He is probably the Mr Rich who paid Peniston manor copyhold rent to Capt Bosville in 1722 "For Mr Rich, for Hesle-tofts 10d".
     Elkanah died on 21 July 1724 in Penistone, YKS. He was buried on 24 July 1724 in Bullhouse chapel, Thurlstone, Penistone. Monumental inscription: Also the body of Elkanah Rich Esq. He died July y 24th A.D. 1724 in the 65th year of his age. This building was erected by the said Elkanah Rich A.D. 1692.

Children of Elkanah Rich and Margaret Shaw

Children of Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe

Elkanah Rich

(27 March 1695 - 3 March 1717/18)
     Elkanah Rich was born on 27 March 1695 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe.
     Elkanah died of small pox on 3 March 1717/18 in Penistone, Yorkshire, aged 22. He was buried after 3 March 1717/18 in Bullhouse chapel, Thurlstone, Penistone. Here lieth interred the body of Elkanah son of .... .... Gent who departed this life March 3 1717 ... . 23rd? year of his age. This young gentleman lived ....... and died much lamented.

Elkanah Rich

(13 September 1723 - 7 February 1724/25)
     Elkanah Rich was born on 13 September 1723 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Amor Rich and Grace Bagshaw.
     Elkanah died on 7 February 1724/25 in Penistone, YKS, aged 1. He was buried in Bullhouse chapel, Thurlstone, Penistone. Monumental inscription: Also the body of Elkanah, son of Aymr and Grace Rich who died Feb. ye 7th A.D. 1724, aged 1 year 4 months.

Ellen Rich

(13 February 1706/7 - )
     Ellen Rich was christened on 13 February 1706/7 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Rich and Susanna Morton.
Ellen Rich married John Chadwick on 20 November 1732 in St Peter's, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.
     In John Rich's will dated 21 August 1741 in Cawthorne, Ellen Rich was named as heir.
     Ellen Rich was mentioned in the will of Amor Rich dated September 1748.
     Ellen died. Ellin wife of John Chadwick, mentioned in will of father 1741 uncle 1748..

Ellen Rich

(16 October 1746 - 27 August 1814)
     Ellen Rich was christened on 16 October 1746 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Rich and Sarah Bramold.
Ellen Rich married William Marsden on 28 January 1765 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire. They had 13 children, 5 of whom were living at the time this pedigree was written viz: Dorothy (Cowgills), William (ob. s.p.), Ellen (Hornby), Thomas (ob. s.p.) and James- on the side George, Geo, Eliz & Sarah are pencilled in.
     Ellen and William resided at Liverpool, Lancashire.
     Ellen died on 27 August 1814 aged 67.

Children of Ellen Rich and William Marsden

Ellen Rich

(13 August 1616 - )
     Ellen Rich was christened on 13 August 1616 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Ellen daughter of Richard Rich the xiiith [August].. She was the daughter of Richard Rich and Frances Priest.
Ellen Rich married William Key or Kay on 17 February 1636/37 in Penistone. He was of Nether Thong..

Emanuel Rich

(8 June 1634 - before 11 May 1653)
     Emanuel Rich was christened on 8 June 1634 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Rich and Sarah Greaves.
     Emanuel died before 11 May 1653 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was buried on 11 May 1653 in Penistone, YKS. Sepulti Emanuel? filius Reginald Rich.

Emanuel Rich

(5 January 1649/50 - 9 April 1719)
     Emanuel Rich signed his name as "E on side." He was christened on 5 January 1649/50 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Emanuel filius Edvardi Rich. He was the son of Edward Rich and Ellen Street.
     In Edward Rich's will dated 19 December 1682 in Penistone, Emanuel Rich was named as heir. He was mentioned in the manor court roll dated date missed 1685?, in Thurlstone, Penistone, Yorkshire, England, We present that John Rich is heir of Edward Rich, late of Renall deceased.
     Item we present that the said Edward Rich last above named that by his last will & testament devised diverse messuages lands etc. unto Emanuell Rich, Reginald Rich, Martha Ellis, Benjamin Ward, Sarah Holme & Hellen Morton & their heirs
Signed: Elkanah Rich, gen. ... Charley Rich, Jonas Rich, John Rich, Emanuel Rich, Reginald Rich
. Emanuel was a yeoman.. He was 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.      
Emanuel Rich paid land tax in 1707 in Penistone. The land tax assessment for Thurlestone included Eman: Rich paying 11/7.
     Emanuel resided at Catshaw Cross, Thurlstone, Penistone, Yorkshire, 1712. He was granted property from Reginald Rich on 20 March 1712/13 in Penistone, Yorkshire. A deed poll bearing the date 20 March 1712 executed with livery and seizin made by Reynold Rich of Thurlston in the county of York yeoman to Emanuel Rich of Catshaw Cross in the county aforesaid whereby the said Reynolds Rich doth grant and convey unto the said Emanuel Rich ... all that barn and close of land lying at the east end of the town green in Thurlston and land ... known by the several names of one Dole in the Crimballs one half rood on the swain rood and twelth half rood ... Norwood ... three third parts under Walton and third part of a rood ... now in the tenure or occupation of James Walton or his assigns with all appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging which said deed is witnessed by Abel Rich of Dodworth yeoman, Amor Rich of Smallshaw in Thurlston, yeoman and John Wainwright of Shorehall in Thurlston yeoman. Emanuel Rich his mark [sideways E]. Witnessed Abel Rich junr. & Reg Newstead. [M2.] Emanuel Rich was buried on 9 April 1719 in Penistone.
     Emanuel was buried on 9 April 1719 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Emanuel Rich, yeoman of Catshaw Cross. An inventory of his estate was dated on 14 April 1719 Emanuel Rich of Catshaw Cross, yeoman. Corn £4/12/6, hay £1/10/0, 5 bease and 2 horses £20/5/0, sheep £6/14/0m bees ¤61/5/0, manure and coals 4//6 and farm equipment worth £4/10/0.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Helena Rich on 13 July 1719 at the Exchequer Court of York. Emamuel of Catshaw Cross, Penistone, to Ellene Rich his daughter.

Child of Emanuel Rich

Emanuel or Nathaniel Rich

(18 September 1631 - possibly before 3 April 1633)
     Emanuel or Nathaniel Rich was christened on 18 September 1631 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Bp Eathamuall [Emanuel?] filio Danielis? Rich 18 die [Sep]. He was the son of Daniel Rich and Mary Haugh-Haigh.
     Emanuel died possibly before 3 April 1633 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Either a burial or baptism of Emanuel? filius Danel Rich 3 April? 1633. There is no Emanual Rich in the 1672 Hearth Tax returns for South Yorkshire, so he has presumbably died before then.

Emily Rich

(19 October 1834 - )
     Emily Rich was christened on 19 October 1834 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Henry Rich and Sarah West.
     Emily Rich appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Henry Rich and Sarah West in Darfield, Yorkshire.