Ann Sergeant

(9 October 1808 - 27 May 1870)
Ann Sergeant
     Ann Sergeant was christened on 9 October 1808 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Ann Sergeant lived at West Teignmouth, Devon, April 1837.
     Ann Sergeant married George Ruby, son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter, on 30 June 1837 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. The banns for Geo Ruby, of this parish & Ann Sergeant of the parish of West Teignmouth were called June 4, 11, 18. The wedding was witnessed by John Towell & Mary Ann Smith..
     Ann Sergeant and George Ruby appeared on the 1841 census in Abbotskerswell. George Ruby, 25, ag. lab., Ann 36, Henry 3, Harriett 5 months.
     Ann Sergeant and George Ruby were recorded on the 1851 census in 'Bickley Farm', Ipplepen, Devon. George was aged 38, a farmer and baker employing 2 labourers, on 20 acres, with his wife Ann and their children Henry 13, Harriet 10, Elizabeth 8, George 6, William 4 and Dinah 1. Also listed in the household was the bakers servant Joseph Hawkens, widower aged 54 born St Tudy, Cornwall, and Henry L Bird, aged 14, servant born Bridgerule, Cornwall.
     An undated letter in the possession of Dorothy Turcotte:
Abbotskerswill - My dear children it simes a time since we heard from you. Hope there is nothing amiss & there is a letter on the way now from you. Dear Harriett I have been very ill lately but hope to be on the mending way now. It is painful to think when we are ill of beening so far apart & not to be able to see each othr but hope if we never meet on earth again we shall meet in heaven where there are many gone before home I hope to meet again after this troublesome life is at an end. Dear Harriett I was much twinged last week respecting John Symones nephew leaving here for America without my knowing it. The first time I knew it was in the afternoon that he left the same day in the morning. I thought it very unkind of the old Mr Symonds not to have let me know it but since that he says that he is not gon to his unckles. I due not believe that to be true. I should have been glad of the opportunity of sending you a small parcel but if you had known it I wish that you had sent to me. Don't suppose I shall ever meet with such a chance again as when John Symons went out, we hear that he is ill. Hope by this time he is got better. I think him a nice fellow. I sent you a paper some time ago with a peice of black lace in it. I should like to know if you had it. Dear Harriett how much we should like to see you and R & the dear children but there seems to be no likes of that. I have been looking at the likeness today but that is not like seeing you bodely - excuse all imperfection? my time is up for posting. God bless you all from your affectionate mother, An Ruby.
     Ann Sergeant and George Ruby appeared on the 1861 census in Ipplepen, Devon. George Ruby aged 47, born at Denbury, was a farmer of 58 acres, employing 2 labourers and a boy. His wife Ann aged 49 and their children George, aged 16 & Dinah aged 11 were living at home.
     Ann died on 27 May 1870 in Abbotskerswell, Devon, aged 61. She was buried on 31 May 1870 in Abbotskerswell.

Children of Ann Sergeant and George Ruby

Dinah Sergeant

(29 July 1810 - 12 May 1811)
     Dinah Sergeant was christened on 29 July 1810 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Dinah died on 12 May 1811 in Denbury, Devon.

Elizabeth Sergeant

(5 May 1805 - 8 December 1840)
     Elizabeth Sergeant was christened on 5 May 1805 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Elizabeth died on 8 December 1840 in Bishop's Teignton, Devon, aged 35. She was buried on 12 January 1841 in Denbury, Devon.

Harriet Sergeant

(4 July 1813 - 10 March 1902)
     Harriet Sergeant was christened on 4 July 1813 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Harriet Sergeant married John Coose Sheridan on 31 December 1840 in St Mary, Exeter, Devon. She was described as the daughter of William Sergeant, shoemaker. They were both single. He was a printer & they both resided at Rock St, Exeter, son of William Sheridan, mariner.
     Harriet Sergeant and John Coose Sheridan appeared on the 1841 census in Upper Brook St, West Teignmouth, Devon. John Sheridan 25, painter, Harriet Sheridan, 25, both born in the county, next door to Mary Serjeant 65 & John Jeffrey Serjeant 5.
     Harriet Sergeant and John Coose Sheridan were recorded on the 1851 census in Dawlish Rd, East Teignmouth. John & Harriet Sheridan were servants in the Gwynne household, he was aged 34, a footman, born Teignmouth and she was 37 and a cook, born Denbury.
     Harriet Sergeant appeared on the 1871 census in 6 Albert Tce, Hackney, London. Harriet S Sheridan, widow, visitor, born Denbury, with the family of Thomas & Charlotte Carroll and their three children and a lodger. Thomas was born at Teignmouth and Charlotte at Chudleigh. She was listed as William Henry Sheridan's mother in the 1881 census in Tullebrook Rd, Leyton, Essex. Harriet Sergeant was listed as William Henry Sheridan's mother in the 1891 census in Adelaide House, Tillibrooke Rd, Leyton, Essex.
     Harriet Sergeant appeared on the 1901 census in Kiln Rd, Thundersley, Essex. Harriet Sheridan, mother, widow, 87, own means, born Denbury, with a housekeeper Rebecca Barter, Close by was Leonora Sheridan wife of Cosmo Grant of Scotland.
     Harriet died on 10 March 1902 in Rochford RD, Essex, aged 88.

Child of Harriet Sergeant and John Coose Sheridan

Horace George Sergeant

(1903 - 1970)
     Horace George Sergeant was born in 1903 in New Zealand. He was the son of Thomas George Sargeant and Marguerite de Tourettes.
     Horace died in 1970 in New Zealand.

John Sergeant

(25 September 1803 - 20 March 1810)
     Names and family tradition suggests that the baker of London was the brother of Ann, so possibly another son called John was born. John Sergeant was christened on 25 September 1803 in Denbury, Devon. He was the son of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     John died on 20 March 1810 in Denbury, Devon, aged 6.
     John Sergeant married Jane Bartlett on 16 September 1830 in St Clement Danes, Westminster. John was a baker in 1852, London.

Children of John Sergeant and Jane Bartlett

Mary Sergeant

(26 April 1807 - March 1877)
     Mary Sergeant was christened on 26 April 1807 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Mary Sergeant married John Towell on 7 April 1833 in Blackawton, Devon.
     Mary Sergeant and John Towell appeared on the 1841 census in Abbotskerswell, Devon. John Towell, 30 baker, Mary, 30, William, 6, Ann 4, Eliza 2, John 8 months; Ann Carpenter, 66, independent, all born in the county.
     Mary Sergeant and John Towell were recorded on the 1851 census in Staverton, Devon. John Towell, aged 40, baker & innkeeper, born Highweek, his wife Mary, 40, born Denbury; children William, 16, Ann 14, John 10 & Mary 8, all born at Abbotskerswell.
     Mary Sergeant and John Towell appeared on the 1861 census in Stoney Combe, Kingskerswell, Devon. John Towell 50, baker, born Highweek, Devon; his wife Mary Towell 52, born Denbury, Devon, and sons William Towell 26, house servant, John Towell 20, baker, both born at Abbotskerswell, Devon.
     Mary Sergeant and John Towell appeared on the 1871 census in Little Lane, Brixham, Devon. John Towell, 59 baker, born Highweek and Mary his wife, 62 born Denbury.
     Mary died in March 1877 in Devon, aged 69. She may be the Mary Towell aged 69, whose death was registered in the Totnes district (which covers Brixham) in the March quarter of 1877. But there was aso Mary Towell aged 71, buried at Brixham on 18 Aug 1880, of Berry Pomeroy.

Children of Mary Sergeant and John Towell

Susan Sergeant

(26 October 1811 - )
     Susan Sergeant was christened on 26 October 1811 in Denbury, Devon. She was the daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     Susan Sergeant married William Luscombe on 5 April 1836 in Newton Abbot, Wolborough, Devon. They were both of this parish, in the presence of John Towell & Sara/Dan Sarjeant.

William Sergeant

(circa 1771 - 16 September 1833)
     William Sergeant was born circa 1771 in Devon. He was not born at Denbury.
     William Sergeant married Mary Jeffery, daughter of James or Charles Jeffery, on 13 March 1802 in Chagford, Devon. He was a sojourner of Bideford. Witnessed by Dinah Herbert & James Jeffery.
     A Joan Sarjeant of Denbury was buried there March 30 1813 aged 79 therefore born about 1734, possibly the mother of William but is not mentioned on the family tombstone. A Mary Sarjeant & John Dunn married 22 Nov 1759 at Denbury b.o.t.p. Witnessed by John Sarjant (signed). At his marriage he was described as of the parish of Denbury, now a sojourner, of the parish of Bideford. William was a shoemaker.
     William died on 16 September 1833 in Denbury, Devon. He was buried on 19 September 1833 in Denbury.

Children of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery

William Sergeant

(6 April 1815 - 16 December 1835)
     William Sergeant was christened on 6 April 1815 in Denbury, Devon. He was the son of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery.
     William died on 16 December 1835 in Denbury, Devon, aged 20. He was buried in Denbury.

Mary Serjeant

(before 1705 - before 19 August 1735)
     Mary Serjeant was born before 1705 in Suffolk.
     Mary Serjeant married Peter Cocksedge, son of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls, on 23 July 1723 in Lackford, Suffolk.
     Mary died before 19 August 1735 in Lackford, Suffolk. She was buried on 19 August 1735 in Lackford.

Alice Serjeantson

(22 December 1714 - )
     Alice Serjeantson married Thomas Archdale.
     Alice Serjeantson married Rev Thomas Trant. Alice Serjeantson was christened on 22 December 1714 in Kirkby Malham. She was the daughter of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith.

Frances Serjeantson

(7 October 1713 - 25 June 1729)
     Frances Serjeantson was christened on 7 October 1713 in Kirkby Malham, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith. Frances Serjeantson was buried on 25 June 1729 in the quire at All Saints, Wakefield.
     Frances died on 25 June 1729 aged 15.

Mary Serjeantson

(15 July 1719 - )
     Mary Serjeantson was christened on 15 July 1719 in Kirkby Malham. She was the daughter of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith.

Mary Serjeantson

(21 December 1741 - )
     Mary Serjeantson was christened on 21 December 1741 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. Mary daughter of William Serjeantson, Esq. She was the daughter of William Serjeantson and Susan Moore.

Robert Serjeantson

     Robert Serjeantson was born in Yorkshire. He was the son of William Serjeantson, Esq. JP, and his first wife Frances Wade. See Familiae Minorum Gentium for further details.
     Robert Serjeantson lived at Hanlith, Craven, Yorkshire.
     Robert Serjeantson married Mary Smith, daughter of John Smith and Priscilla Silvester, on 31 October 1712 in Darton, Yorkshire. He married secondly Mary, daughter of Sir John Place, relict of Christopher Lawson, Vicar of Gargrave. Robert Serjeantson was described as the parent of Frances Serjeantson at her burial.

Children of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith

Sarah Serjeantson

(15 April 1718 - )
     Sarah Serjeantson was christened on 15 April 1718 in Kirkby Malham. She was the daughter of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith.
     Sarah Serjeantson married Dennis Brown on 31 January 1751/52 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Child of Sarah Serjeantson and Dennis Brown

Sargeantson Serjeantson

(14 March 1774 - before 6 April 1775)
     Sargeantson Serjeantson was christened on 14 March 1774 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Serjeantson.
     Sargeantson died before 6 April 1775 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 6 April 1775 in All Saints, Wakefield.

Susannah Serjeantson

(20 December 1743 - )
     Susannah Serjeantson was christened on 20 December 1743 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Serjeantson and Susan Moore.

Thomas Serjeantson

(14 November 1739 - )
     Thomas Serjeantson was christened on 14 November 1739 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Serjeantson and Susan Moore.

William Serjeantson

(26 April 1716 - before 26 September 1759)
     William Serjeantson was christened on 26 April 1716 in Kirkby Malham. He was the son of Robert Serjeantson and Mary Smith.
     William Serjeantson married Susan Moore on 29 April 1736 in Wakefield. She was the widow of John Walker of Hungerhill and daughter of Thomas Moore, MD, of Wakefield by Mariana, daughter of Isaac Knipe of Hollinghall. See Familiae Minorum Gentium for further issue.
     William died before 26 September 1759 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 26 September 1759 in All Saints, Wakefield. Mr Serjeantson.

Children of William Serjeantson and Susan Moore

Child of William Serjeantson and Jane Leeds

William Serjeantson

(14 November 1739 - )
     William Serjeantson was christened on 14 November 1739 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Serjeantson and Jane Leeds.
     William Serjeantson married Jane Leeds, daughter of Edward Rookes (Leeds) and Mary Leeds. She was the daughter & coheir of Edward Rookes Leeds, Esq., of Rodes Hall.
     Stansfield Muniments, Catalogue Ref. Stansfield family of Esholt, West Riding of Yorkshire. Private papers of William Rookes - ref. WYL500/G
Re William Serjeantson
FILE - Letters, accounts and papers - ref. WYL500/941 - date: Late 18th century
Re the executorship of the estate of William Serjeantson of Wakefield. Executors: William Rookes, and Sir John Sylvester Smith.

Child of William Serjeantson and Jane Leeds

Child of William Serjeantson

William Rookes Leeds Serjeantson

(1766 - )
     William Rookes Leeds Serjeantson was born in 1766. He was the son of William Serjeantson and Jane Leeds.

Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford)

(circa 1375 - )
     Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) was also known as Sergeaux in records. She was born circa 1375. She was the third daughter and co-heir of her brother Richard Serjeaux, and aged 14 at his death. She was also co-heir of her sister Johanna (died 28 June 1400), suvived her husband and re-married Richard de Vere, Earl of Oxford. She was the daughter of Sir Richard Serjeaux.
     Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) married Guy St Aubyn, son of Sir John St Aubyn.
     Alice, wife of Guy de St. Aubyn: Cornwall gave proof of age in an inquisition post mortem.

Child of Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) and Sir Guy St Aubyn

Sir Richard Serjeaux

( - 30 December 1393)
     Sir Richard Serjeaux was also known as Sergeaux in records.
     Richard died on 30 December 1393.

Child of Sir Richard Serjeaux

Thomas Serocold Esq

(14 February 1732/33 - 16 February 1799)
     Thomas Serocold Esq was born on 14 February 1732/33 in England.
     Thomas Serocold Esq married Ann Vyse Bowker, daughter of William Bowker and Frances Clarke, on 6 October 1767 in St John, Peterborough, Northamptonshire. Married by licence. They had issue. See the Visitation of England & Wales by Joseph Jackson Howard, 1903 p. 173.
     March 17-20, 1787 - pursuant to a decree of the High Court of Chancery, dated the 28th day of February 1787 made in a Cause Serecold against Bowker, the creditors of William Bowker, late of Peterborough in the county of Northampton, grocer, deceased, remaining unsatisfied, are forthwith to come in and prove their respective debts before Peter Halford , esq, one of the Masters of the said court at his chambers in Symond's Inn, Chancery lane, London, or in default thereof they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. Repeated March 20-24,also April 21-24 1787 when it was stated that claims should be made on or before the 1st of June next.
     Thomas Serocold Esq made a will dated 22 February 1797.
     Thomas died on 16 February 1799 in Peterborough, Northamptonshire, aged 66.
     His will was proved on 1 March 1799 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Boddw ap Serwyl

     Boddw ap Serwyl was born in Wales. He was the son of Serwyl ap Usai (?).

Child of Boddw ap Serwyl

Sir Alexander Seton

(before 1423 - )
     Alexander died. He was described as of Touch & Abercorn.. He was born before 1423. He was the son of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Egidia Hay.

Alexander Seton Earl of Dumfermline

(circa 1555 - 1622)
     The third surviving son appears to have been born in 1444, and on 17 September
1565, when he was 10 years old, the Priory of Pluscarden was formally conveyed
to him by Queen Mary and her second husband Henry Start, Lord Darnley, whom she
had just married. Soon after, he was sent to Rome, because his father intended
him to become a priest. [A Monastery in Moray p.133].

. Alexander Seton Earl of Dumfermline was born circa 1555. He was the son of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.
     Alexander died in 1622.

Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly

( - 15 July 1470)
     2nd Baron, created Earl of Huntly (Peerage of Scotland) 1450 with remainder to his heirs male by his 3rd wife and these failing to his heirs whatsoever, employed in various negotiations to the Court of England 1451-8; defeated the Earl of Crawford then in rebellion at Brechin in 1452. He was succeeded by his son George. On the death of his grandmother Elizabeth Keith, Lady of Aboyne c.1487, he acquired Cluny, Aboyne, Glenmuick, co. Aberdeen.. Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly was the son of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon.
     Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly married Egidia Hay circa 8 January 1426/27.
     Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly married Elizabeth Crichton, daughter of Lord William Crichton and Agnes Unknown (Crichton), before 18 March 1439/40. She was his second or third wife..
     Alexander died on 15 July 1470 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was buried in the Cathedral, Elgin, Moray, Scotland. Hic jacet nobilis et potens dominus, Alexander Gordon, primus comes de Huntly, dominus de Gordon, qui obiit apud Huntly, 15 July AD 1470.

Child of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Egidia Hay

Children of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton