James Bland

( - before 9 September 1679)
     James Bland was the son of James Bland and Elizabeth Campin.
     James died before 9 September 1679 in Bures St Mary, Suffolk. He was buried on 9 September 1679 in Bures St Mary.

James Bland

( - before 20 September 1682)
     James Bland was the son of James Bland and Elizabeth Campin.
     James was buried before 20 September 1682 in Bures St Mary, Suffolk.

James Bland

( - before 16 November 1692)
     James Bland married Elizabeth Campin in 1678 in Bures St Mary, Suffolk.
     James died before 16 November 1692 in Bures St Mary, Suffolk. He was buried on 16 November 1692 in Bures St Mary.

Children of James Bland and Elizabeth Campin

James Francis Bland

(7 March 1898 - 10 May 1986)
     James Francis Bland was born on 7 March 1898 in Tarraville, Victoria. He was the son of James Bland and Margaret Frances Boast.
     James Francis Bland married Muriel Frances Clarke in 1921 in Victoria. James was farmer in Yarram.
     James was registered at 'Merri Vale', Woranga, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     James was registered as as a farmer at Yarram, on the 1934 electoral roll.
     James was registered as as a farmer at Yarram, on the between 1935 and 1936 electoral roll.
     James served in the RAAF (58352) from June 1942 to October 194.
     James was registered as as C/o K M Cox, Yarram, farmer, owner at Alberton, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     James was registered at 21 Elizabeth St, Malvern, on the 1982 electoral roll.
     James died on 10 May 1986 in Bairnsdale, Victoria, aged 88. He was described as being of Paynesville. He was cremated on 14 May 1986 in The Necropolis, Springvale.

Child of James Francis Bland and Muriel Frances Clarke

Jane Bland

(22 July 1745 - )
     Jane Bland was christened on 22 July 1745 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Matthias Bland and Mary Hacket.

Jane Bland

(3 September 1629 - )
     Jane Bland was christened on 3 September 1629 in Flempton cum Hengrave, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Robert Bland.

Jane Bland

(circa 1808 - before 18 October 1892)
     Jane Bland was born circa 1808 in Newark, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Bland and Emma Unknown.
     Jane Bland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Thomas Bland and Emma Unknown in Melton, Suffolk.
     Jane Bland and Emma Unknown appeared on the 1861 census in Pytches? Rd, Melton, Suffolk. Emma Bland, head, widow, 84, land proprietor, born Campney Ash, Sfk; Jane Bland, daughter unmarried 52, born Newark Ntt, Laura Anne Rowles?, grand daughter 19, born Clapham Mdx, with 2 servants.
     Jane Bland appeared on the 1881 census in Melton. Jane Bland, unmarried, 72, head, funded property owner, born Newark, Notts, with niece Laura A Powles,29, born Clapton, Middlesex and 2 servants.
     Jane Bland appeared on the 1891 census in The Croft, Melton. Jane Bland, 86, born Newark, Notts, living on own means with her niece Laura A Powles? born London and three servants.
     Jane died before 18 October 1892 in Melton, Suffolk. She was buried on 18 October 1892 in St Andrew, Melton.

Joanna Bland

(3 May 1572 - )
     Joanna Bland was christened on 3 May 1572 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Bland and Catherine Gardyner.
     Joanna Bland married Edward Brandsby on 3 June 1599 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

John Bland

(March 1776 - 1 June 1847)
     John Bland was born in March 1776 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Luke Bland and Mary Seadon. John Bland was christened on 27 May 1779 in St James, Bury St Edmunds. John, son of Luke & Mary, aged 3 years & 2 months.
     John Bland served in the military in the 85th Regiment of Foot as a soldier between 1795 and 1800. He is not included in WO97 soldiers documents, the documents being lost. The Regimental registers state: Jno Bland, aged 25, 6 years service, was wounded in the left leg in Holland, of St James, Bury St Edmunds, discharged to pension 8 Dec 1800. A note states Prayed increase 88100.
Certificates of service: 85th Regt of Foot 1 Battalion whereof Major General Nugent is Colonel. John Bland in Capt Mackenzies Company of the afsd regiment. Born in the parish of St James in or near BSE co. Suffolk, aged 25 years and by trade a labourer has served honestly and faithfully in the said regiment for 6 years: but by a wound received in the left leg the 2 Oct 1799 on the late expedition to Holland is hereby discharged and humbly recommended as a proper object of this His Majesty's Royal bounty of Chelsea Hospital. He having first received all just demands of pay, clothing, etc. from his entry into the said regiment, to the date of this discharge, as appears by his receipt on the back hereof. Given under my hand, and the seal of the Regiment at London this 15th day November 1800. Reverse: the mark of John Bland. Cover: John Bland aged 25, served 6 1/8? years, wounded in the leg in Holland, St Jas BSE Suffolk, a labourer.
     Regimental paylist: Lt Col (John Ross)'s company: Drummer John Cocksedge 25 Dec 1797 to 25 Jan 1798 (He is not listed for the following month). Ditto: Capt Robt Ainslie's company: Privates - William Bland 31 days, £1/11/-. Remarks: on duty. Ditto following month; ditto but sick for the 28 days from 25 Feb to 24 March, £1/8/-; April, £1/11/-; 25 Apr - 24 May now called John Bland, list headed by "On command with Lt Col. Ross at Farsham] names bracketed with "Det" (=detached?); 25 Aug-Sep John Bland is in Capt Pigott's co.- quartered at Bridgnorth; by June-July 1799 he is back in Capt Ainslie's company as John earning £1/8/4 for 30 days with the note "on board ship from 25 to 27 June; July-Aug he is paid £1/2/6 in Cpt McKenzie's co. with 2/4/- extra allowances to innkeepers, etc. on bd ship; Aug-Sep ditto 1/9/-, on board ship 25-28 Aug; Sep-Oct 1/10/- for 30 days "sick in general hospital"; ditto Oct-Dec, (a large number of men deserted in Nov-Dec). Capt John McKenzie's company - no Bland listed. (ditto following month).
1800 regimental pay list: Capt McKenzie's company: Private John Bland 25 Feb - 24 March - Agent for, in general hospital.
He was apparently stationed in Jersey in the Channel Isles after his marriage (1799) as his eldest daughter claimed to be born there in there in the census returns.
Pension returns Ipswich WO 22/38 June 1847: Pensions ceased by death, 85th Regt. Rate of pension 6d, Date of admission to out pension 8 Dec 1800, Pte., Permanent pension, ceased 1 June 1847 John Bland, aged at decease: 72.
     John Bland married Mary Metcalf, daughter of James Metcalf and Isabella Mothersole, on 5 December 1796 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.      
John Bland claimed settlement at St James Bury St Edmunds on 2 January 1801 from Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Settlement examination of John Bland of the parish of St Mary 2 Jan 1801. Born in parish of St James, aged 25 or thereabouts, lawful place of settlement is in St James by his parents being legally settled there. By Mary his present wife he has one child named Elizabeth aged 17 months or thereabouts. (X). He was widowed on 8 May 1825 in Hessett, Suffolk, on the death of his wife Mary Metcalf.
     John Bland married secondly Susan Alice Unknown (Groom) on 8 December 1829 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. |They may have a child Susan Alice Bland, who died in 1838.
     John Bland was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 on 29 November 1837 in Hessett, Suffolk. John Bland was owner of land occupied by John Bland & Wiliam Bland & John Bland junior.
     John Bland was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 circa 1840 in Hessett. John Bland had a cottage and garden (#300) - pastures measuring 6 perches, paying 3 shilings tithes, occupied by himself and William Bland 7 John Bland junior. He was widowed before 23 August 1840 on the death of his wife Susan Alice Unknown (Groom).
     John Bland appeared on the 1841 census in Great Green, Hessett. John Bland, aged 65, pensioner.
     John Bland married thirdly Mary Unknown (Clarke) after 5 January 1845 in Hessett. John Bland was widowed before 4 September 1845 on the death of his wife Mary Unknown (Clarke).
     John died on 1 June 1847 in Hessett, Suffolk, aged 71. He was buried on 5 June 1847 in Hessett.

Children of John Bland and Mary Metcalf

John Bland

(13 January 1833 - before 24 September 1889)
     John Bland was born on 13 January 1833 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of William John Bland and Mary Ann Froud or Frood. John Bland was christened on 3 July 1836 in Hessett.
     John Bland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bland and Mary Ann Froud or Frood in Great Green, Hessett. David, Arthur, John, Elijah and Charles were listed as the children of Mary Ann Froud or Frood in the 1851 census in Hessett.
     John Bland married Mary Elsden circa 1855.
     John Bland and Mary Elsden appeared on the 1861 census in Whepstead. John Bland, head, 28, married, pedlar, born Hessett, Mary wife 22 born Whepstead, Emma daughter, 5, born Whepstead, Rachel, daughter, 1 born Whepstead.
     John Bland and Mary Elsden appeared on the 1871 census in Whepstead Road, Whepstead. John Bland, 34, hawker, born Hessett, Mary wife, 31, born Whepstead, Emma, daughter, 14 scholar.
     John Bland and Mary Elsden appeared on the 1881 census in Chedburgh Road, Whepstead. John Bland, 45, farmer of 30 acres employing 1 man, born Hessett, Mary, wife 42, born Whepstead, Emma Boreham daughter 24, George Boreham s-in-law 26 born Horringer, John G Boreham, grandson, aged 2, born Whepstead.
     John died before 24 September 1889 in Whepstead, Suffolk. He was buried on 24 September 1889 in St Petronilla, Whepstead.

Children of John Bland and Mary Elsden

John Bland

(circa 1550 - )
     John Bland was born circa 1550 in Suffolk. He was the son of Unknown Bland.
     John Bland married Catherine Gardyner on 12 August 1571 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. John Bland was described as the spouse of an unknown person at an unknown person burial. Buried the wife of John Bland, the elder.

Children of John Bland and Catherine Gardyner

John Bland

(18 May 1606 - before 13 June 1632)
     John Bland was christened on 18 May 1606 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Edward or Edmund Bland and Barbara Hynard.
     In Rose Unknown (Hynard)'s will dated 10 April 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, John Bland was named as heir; Will of Rose Hynard (X) of BSE, widow dated 10 April 1632 I give to my daughter Barbara Bland, widow & my daughter Rose, wife of John Normanton, my lease of my messuage in Brentgovel Street, formerly in the tenure of my late husband Edmund and now occupied by me, Barbara Bland & Wm Medleditche. I authorize my 2 daughters, who I make ex'trices, to sell my messuage and use the money to pay the following legacies: £10 to my gr-child Rose Marshall, £15 to my gr-child Anne Pettyward, £20 to my gr-child Anne, wife of Frederick Godfrye, £15 to my gr-child Bridget Pettyward and 40s to my grandson John Bland; all to be paid within a year of my decease. I give my son-in-law John Normanton 40s to make him a ring. I give cousin Thomas Cheston of London 40s and Richard Cooper of Bury clothier; both to be paid after my decease. I will that my daughter Barbara Bland shall dwell in that part of my house where she now inhabits for 30 years if she live so long. I give her a feather bed, a feather bolster and my best covering. I give Anne Pettyward the featherbed that was her mother's, a feather bolster, a covering, 2 pairs sheets and a pillow. I give Bridget Pettyward a flockbed, a flock bolster, 2 pairs sheets and a covering. I give Mary Yonges widow, late wife of Thomas Yonges, my gold hoop ring. My late husband in his will gave legacies of £5 to Rose Marshall (by the name of Rose Bland) and of £10 each to Anne & Bridget Pettyward, and my will is that, if the law of the realm allows this sum of £25 to be recovered by my ex'trices, my legacies to these 3 shall be reduced by the sums left to them by my late husband. If Anne & Frederick Godfrye attempt to sue my ex'trices or refuse to release their interest in my messuage within 10 months of my decease, the legacy of £20 to Anne shall be void. The residue of my unbequeathed goods, plate, money, jewels and household stuff I give to my 2 daughters Barbara Bland and Rose Normanton my ex'trices. I give to my grandchildren John Normanton the younger, Thomas, Rose and Elizabeth Normanton 40s each to be paid by my daughter Rose Normanton when they are 24, I give my grandson Andrew Bland my silver wine cup. I give Edward, George, Edmund, Frances, Anne & Mary Bland my grandchildren 40s to be paid by my daughter Barbara Bland when 24. Witness: John Hyell, George Sparrose (X).
     John died before 13 June 1632 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was buried on 13 June 1632 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

John Bland

(circa 1575? - 13 June 1632)
     John Bland was born circa 1575? In Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Presumably son of John as in 1612 the wife of John the elder was buried, which implies that a father & son John were living at Bury St Edmunds. He was the son of John Bland and Catherine Gardyner.
     John Bland married Margery Baxter on 27 November 1600 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     John Bland married Elizabeth Lettis in 1613 in Elmswell, Suffolk.
     John died on 13 June 1632 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Child of John Bland and Elizabeth Lettis

John Bland

(2 October 1580 - )
     John Bland was christened on 2 October 1580 in Hadleigh, Suffolk. He was the son of John Bland and Susan? Sudbury.

John Bland

(before 1560 - before 1602)
     John Bland was born before 1560 in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
     John Bland married Susan? Sudbury in 1575 in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
     John Bland married Rose Pennocke on 9 May 1586 in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
     John died before 1602.

Children of John Bland and Susan? Sudbury

Children of John Bland and Rose Pennocke

John Bland

(13 February 1564/65 - 25 February 1564/65)
     John Bland was christened on 13 February 1564/65 in Lowestoft, Suffolk. He was the son of Raffe Bland (of Lowestoft) and Joan or Jone Unknown.
     John died on 25 February 1564/65 in Lowestoft, Suffolk.

John Bland

(9 November 1572 - )
     John Bland was christened on 9 November 1572 in Lowestoft, Suffolk. He was the son of Raffe Bland (of Lowestoft) and Joan or Jone Unknown.

John Bland

(before 1545 - )
     John Bland was born before 1545. He was the son of Unknown Bland of Lowestoft.
     John Bland married Alice Lownd on 5 July 1563 in Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Child of John Bland and Alice Lownd

John Bland

(3 November 1543 - )
     John Bland was christened on 3 November 1543 in Depden, Suffolk. He was the son of Edmund Bland and Catherine Roger?

John Bland

(before 1540 - )
     John Bland was born before 1540 in Suffolk.
     John Bland married Agnes Goilmer in 1560 in Trimley St Martin, Suffolk.

John Bland

(before 1615 - )
     John Bland was born before 1615 in Suffolk.
     John Bland married Mary Gippes in 1633 in Clare, Suffolk.
     John Bland was named in the militia list taken in 1638 in Clare, Suffolk. He was a weaver (Master) on 25 March 1650 in Clare, Suffolk.

John Bland

( - before 13 October 1592)
     John died before 13 October 1592 in Walton. He was buried on 13 October 1592 in St Mary, Walton.

John Bland

( - circa 1587)
     John Bland was named in the militia list taken in 1583 in Fritton, Suffolk. 1583 muster roll - Frytton, b. J Bland. John was a tailor. M2.
     John died circa 1587 in Fritton, Suffolk.
     His will was proved in 1587 at Suffolk.

John Bland

(after 1610 - before 18 July 1630)
     John Bland was born after 1610. He was the son of Christopher Bland and Rose Vicars(y).
     John died before 18 July 1630. He was buried on 18 July 1630 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

John Bland

(27 January 1604/5 - before 30 January 1638/39)
     This may be the John Bland mustered in 1638 at Clare, a John Bland married Marty Gippes in 1633 at Clare. John Bland was christened on 27 January 1604/5 in Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk. He was the son of Andrew Bland and Elizabeth Unknown.
     John died before 30 January 1638/39 in Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk. He was buried on 30 January 1638/39 in Ixworth Thorpe.

John Bland

(before 1450 - circa 1474)
     John Bland was born before 1450.
     His will was proved in 1474 at Norwich. John Bland, Thebarton.
     John died circa 1474 in Thebarton, Suffolk.

John Bland

(12 May 1870 - 4 December 1951)
     John Bland was born on 12 May 1870 in Redbank Station, Warialda, New South Wales. He was the son of Elijah Bland and Mary Ann Murray (Goben or Gobin).
     John Bland married Victoria Elizabeth Hartwell in 1901 in Emmaville, New South Wales.
     John Bland was employed as a carrier in 1907, New South Wales.
     John Bland and Victoria Elizabeth Hartwell lived at Lagoon Flats, Texas, Queensland, between 1907 and 1941. He was listed as a farmer to 1919. John was a labourer in 1941.
     John died on 4 December 1951 in the Hospital, Texas, Queensland, aged 81. He was buried in Texas, Queensland.

Children of John Bland and Victoria Elizabeth Hartwell

John Bland

( - before 7 January 1603)
     John died before 7 January 1603 in Ashbocking, Suffolk. He was buried on 7 January 1603 in Ashbocking.

John Bland

( - before 15 July 1654)
     John died before 15 July 1654 in Mettingham, Suffolk. He was buried on 15 July 1654 in All Saints, Mettingham.

John Bland

( - before 5 July 1776)
     John died before 5 July 1776 in Fritton, Suffolk. He was buried on 5 July 1776 in Fritton.