two children Squirrell

     Two died young. He was born in Wattisham, Suffolk. He was the son of John Squirrell and Harriet Squirrell.

William Squirrell

(circa 1710 - )
     William Squirrell was born circa 1710 in Wattisham, Suffolk. He is probably descended from the only Squirrel (John of Wattisham) who is listed in the 1638 muster of able men for Suffolk. In the 1674 hearth tax there were 4 certified [as exempt] Squirrells at Hitcham: Jer. & Richard with 2 hearths and Henry Sungrell [sic] & Jo. Squrrell with 2 hearths. Paying 8/- ship money in 1639/40 at Hitcham was Hen Squirrell. There was also a Henry Squirrell in paying 1/8 in Buxhall..
     William Squirrell married Sarah Unknown (Squirrell) before 1736.

Children of William Squirrell and Sarah Unknown (Squirrell)

William Squirrell

(20 October 1772 - )
     William Squirrell was born on 20 October 1772 and baptised in the Baptist Meeting House, Wattisham, Suffolk. He was the son of William? Squirrell and Sarah Unknown (Squirrell).

William Squirrell

(circa 1828 - )
     William Squirrell was born circa 1828 in Hitcham, Suffolk.
     William Squirrell married Hannah Unknown (Squirrell) before 1850.
     William Squirrell and Hannah Unknown (Squirrell) were recorded on the 1851 census in Hitcham, Suffolk.

Child of William Squirrell and Hannah Unknown (Squirrell)

William Squirrell

(19 February 1781 - )
     He was a watchmaker, wine agent and draper of Bildeston.. William Squirrell was born on 19 February 1781 in Ringshall, Suffolk. The birth was registered at the Wattisham Baptist Meeting House. He was the son of John Squirrell and Elizabeth Freeman.
     William Squirrell and Jane Martell obtained a marriage licence on 3 December 1803 in Suffolk.
     In John Squirrell's will dated 13 August 1806 in Ringshall, William Squirrell was named as heir; In the name of God amen I John Squirrell of the parish of Ringshall in the co. of Suffolk farmer being of perfect mind and memory on this 13th day of August 1806 make this my last will and testament as in manner & form following that is to say my will is to give to my son John Squirrell the remainder part of my lease of the farm where i (sic) now live and likewise all my Outdore stock and indore stock with all other property whatsoever and wheresoever upon a valuation that shall be had between the two independent parteys the one person to be chused by the executors and the other to be chused by my son William Squirrell and further my will is that 3 youngest children shall be kept by my son John Squirrell during their minority by being paid for the same as the 2 independent parteys shall think right the one to be choused by my executors and the other by my son William Squirrell and further my will is that after my funeral expenses are paid and all just debts are paid that the remaining part of my property shall be equally divided between my surviving children Elizabeth, Phebee, John, William, Jimmyma, Robert, Sarah, Mary, Dinah, except my son William and my son Robert, which shall have shorte of these legacy twenty pounds a peace each upon account of moneys that they have received in planting them in life. Likewise I appoint Nicholas Freeman of Dedham, Essex and my said son John Squirrell of the parish of Ringshall my executors ... John Squirrll. Witnessed by Samuel ..msey & John H...
     William Squirrell and Jane Martell appeared on the 1841 census in North Gate Street, Bildeston. William Squirrell 60, wine merchant, Jane aged 60, William 30, auctioneer, Sarah 24, all born in the county; in the same building were Ann Trufitt 33, bor nin the county and her son Francis 3 months not born in the county; Mary makins 57, born in the county and Elizabeth Lovett 19, female servant, born in the county.

Children of William Squirrell and Jane Martell

William Squirrell

(6 May 1875 - )
     William Squirrell was christened on 6 May 1875 in Bildeston, Suffolk. He was the son of William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle.

William Squirrell

(15 July 1775 - )
     William Squirrell was born on 15 July 1775 and registered in the Baptist Meeting House, Wattisham, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Squirrell and Sarah Hill.

William Squirrell

(17 June 1846 - )
     William Squirrell was christened on 17 June 1846 in St Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk. He was the son of Daniel Squirrell and Elizabeth Unknown (Squirrell).

William Squirrell

(14 June 1835 - )
     William Squirrell was christened on 14 June 1835 in Bildeston, Suffolk. He was the son of George Squirrell and Mary Brett.

William Squirrell

(19 October 1745 - )
     William Squirrell was christened on 19 October 1745 in Hitcham, Suffolk. He was the son of Robert Squirrell.

William Squirrell

(before April 1851 - )
     William Squirrell was born before April 1851 in Drinkstone, Suffolk. He was the son of Shadrach Squirrell and Mary Ottewell. Frederick, William, Hepsibah, Charles and Ann were listed as the children of Shadrach Squirrell in the 1861 census in the Green, Drinkstone.

William Squirrell

(March 1860? - )
     William Squirrell was born in March 1860? In Bildeston, Suffolk. He was the son of William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle. William was listed as the son of Rosetta Sarah Battle in the 1861 census in 'Park Farm', Lt Whelnetham, Suffolk. Rosetta Squirrell, married daughter aged 24, born Combs with her family (Battle) and her son William Squirrell, aged 10 months, born Bildeston.

William Squirrell

(1858 - )
     William Squirrell married Annie Revil. William Squirrell was born in 1858 in Thorpe Morieux, Suffolk. He was the son of Benjamin Squirrell. William and Benjamin were listed as the children of Benjamin Squirrell in the 1861 census in Gittings, Thorpe Morieux. William, Benjamin and Rosa were listed as the children of Benjamin Squirrell in the 1871 census in Potash Farm, Thorpe Morieux.

Child of William Squirrell and Annie Revil

William Squirrell

(March 1844 - )
     William Squirrell's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1844 in Sudbourne, Plomesgate RD, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Squirrell and Sophia Wright.

Rev William Squirrell

(before 1775 - 1859?)
     Rev William Squirrell was born before 1775. He may be the William, born 20 October 1772 & baptised at Wattisham Baptist church, son of William & Sarah or the William born 15 July 1775, son of Thomas & Sarah, also registered at the Wattisham Baptist church.
     Rev William Squirrell married Phoebe Squirrell, daughter of John Squirrell and Elizabeth Freeman, on 1 September 1800 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. William was the Minister in the Strict Baptist Church at Chelmsford. For further information see: http://www.chelmsfordstrictbaptist.org/200th_anniversary.htm at Chelmsford, Essex, between 1802 and 1825.
     William died in 1859?. He may be the William Squirrell who died in the Sep quaarter of 1859 at Dunmow RD.

Children of Rev William Squirrell and Phoebe Squirrell

William Asaph Squirrell

(before 21 March 1866 - )
     William Asaph Squirrell was born before 21 March 1866 in Suffolk, England. He was the son of William Valentine Squirrell and Keziah Unknown (Squirrell).

William Corder Squirrell

(1836 - 1887)
     William Corder Squirrell was born in 1836 in Bildeston, Suffolk. He was the son of William Freeman Squirrell and Mary Louisa Corder.
     The marriage of William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle was registered in Thingoe RD, in the June 1859 quarter. William farmer and corn merchant in Nedging, Suffolk.
     William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle appeared on the 1871 census in Hitcham Street, Bildeston, Suffolk. William Squirrell, 35, corn merchant, born Bildeston; his wife Rosetta 33 born Combs, children William 11, Rose Ellen 8, Alice 4, Robert 3 & Frederick 1; all born at Bildeston.
     William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle appeared on the 1881 census in Nedging. William, head, aged 45, head, general merchant, born Bildeston, Rosetta, wife, aged 44, farmer's wife, born Combs, Rose H, aged 18, Alice, aged 17, Robert B, aged 13, Frederick F aged 11, Flora L, aged 8, Rosetta S, aged 6, Kate aged 5, Phyllis A, aged 2, Mary aged 4 months, all children born at Bildeston except Mary born Nedging.
     William died in 1887 in Nedging, Suffolk.

Children of William Corder Squirrell and Rosetta Sarah Battle

William Freeman Squirrell

(circa 1811 - September 1885)
     William Freeman Squirrell was born circa 1811 in Bildeston, Suffolk. He was the son of William Squirrell and Jane Martell. William Freeman Squirrell was christened on 11 February 1819 in Bildeston.
     William Freeman Squirrell married Susan Ward on 25 October 1833 in Bildeston, Suffolk.
     William Freeman Squirrell appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Squirrell and Jane Martell in North Gate Street, Bildeston.
     The marriage of William Freeman Squirrell and Mary Louisa Corder was registered in Cosford RD, Suffolk, in the December 1842 quarter.
     William Freeman Squirrell and Mary Louisa Corder were recorded on the 1851 census in Bildeston. William F Squirell, 39, wine merchant, born Bildeston, his wife Mary L, 33, born Hadleigh, daughters Susan 16 & Emily, 14, Frederick Thos, 7, John Corder 5, Alexander 3, Earnest, 7 months, all born Bildeston.
     William Freeman Squirrell and Mary Louisa Corder appeared on the 1861 census in Kings Wood, Bildeston, Suffolk. William F Squirrell, 50, innkeeper, born Bildestone, his wife Mary L, 43, born Hadleigh, and sons John C 15, and Earnest 10, both born at Bildeston.
     William's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1885 in Cosford RD Suffolk.

Children of William Freeman Squirrell and Susan Ward

Children of William Freeman Squirrell and Mary Louisa Corder

William Valentine Squirrell

(before 14 February 1834 - )
     William Valentine Squirrell married Keziah Unknown (Squirrell). William Valentine Squirrell was born before 14 February 1834 in Sutton, Suffolk, England. He was the son of Asaph Squirrell and Martha Lambert or Shottleham.

Children of William Valentine Squirrell and Keziah Unknown (Squirrell)

William? Squirrell

(before 1748 - )
     William? Squirrell was born before 1748 in Wattisham, Suffolk. He was the son of William Squirrell and Sarah Unknown (Squirrell).
     William? Squirrell married Sarah Unknown (Squirrell) before 1770.

Children of William? Squirrell and Sarah Unknown (Squirrell)

Isabella de St Aubin

(after 1279 - )
     Isabella de St Aubin married Sir Jordan de Haccombe. Isabella de St Aubin was born after 1279 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell.
     Isabella de St Aubin and Guy St Aubyn were mentioned in a deed dated 3 July 1318. Isabella de Sancto Albino & Joan sisters & heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, claimants ... by William de Lucy, in her place by Kings Writ & Guy de Sancto Albino, deforcient re the manor of Parracombe & advowson of the church of that manor.
Guy granted the manor etc to Isabella. After Isabella's death, shall remain to Stephen de SA & his heirs. Should Stephen died without heirs, then manor to John, brother of Stephen. If John dies without heirs, back to Guy and his heirs. For this Isabella gave to Guy 100 marks of silver. Endorsed: Isabella & Joan, sisters and heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, put in their claim
.
     Possibly the Isabel de Sancto Albino who paid 12d. in the 1332 lay subsidy at Pickwell, also listed or another of that name at Parracombe.
     Isabella de St Aubin married Sir Robert de Crewes as her second husband, before 17 May 1332. He was her co-patron in 1344 & 1349.

Child of Isabella de St Aubin and Sir Jordan de Haccombe

Joan de St Aubin (Witterne)

(after 1279 - )
     Joan de St Aubin (Witterne) was born after 1279 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell.
     John Whyterne/Witterne, 3rd husband of Joan, a sister & co-heiress of Mauger, son of Mauger de St Aubin...
She married firstly Jordande Vautord, secondly Thomas de Merton who died 1361
.

Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubin

(after 1279 - )
     Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubin was born after 1279. He was the third son. He was the son of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell.
Stephen was party to a deed dated 3 July 1318; Isabella de Sancto Albino & Joan sisters & heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, claimants ... by William de Lucy, in her place by Kings Writ & Guy de Sancto Albino, deforcient re the manor of Parracombe & advowson of the church of that manor.
Guy granted the manor etc to Isabella. After Isabella's death, shall remain to Stephen de SA & his heirs. Should Stephen died without heirs, then manor to John, brother of Stephen. If John dies without heirs, back to Guy and his heirs. For this Isabella gave to Guy 100 marks of silver. Endorsed: Isabella & Joan, sisters and heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, put in their claim.

     Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubin lived at Henstridge, Berrynarbor, Devon, 1366. He married Matilda.

Thomas de St Aubyn

     Thomas died in Combe Raleigh, Devon. He was born in England. He was the son of Guy St Aubyn and Margaret de Raleigh.
     Thomas de St Aubyn married Alice Raleigh.

Child of Thomas de St Aubyn and Alice Raleigh

Ann St Aubyn

(18 June 1667 - 5 April 1733?)
     Ann St Aubyn was christened on 18 June 1667 in St Columb Major, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin.
     Ann St Aubyn married George Killigrew, son of Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) and Lady Frances Twisden, on 23 September 1684 in Crowan, Cornwall. She brought a portion of £5000 to the Killigrew estate, but the marriage turned out unhappily. As of 1689, Ann St Aubyn was also known as Gosling in records.
     Ann St Aubyn married Thomas Goslyn in 1689.
     Ann St Aubyn and Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) were mentioned in a deed dated 26 March 1689. Mortgage by way of lease & release. (1) Sir Peter Killigrew, Arwenack, knight. (2) Dame Anne St. Aubyn, widow.
(3) Edward Byrche, Leycroft, co. Staffs, Serg-at-law; Henry Hatrell, Middle Temple, London, Esq; Arthur Squire, Clement Dane, co. Middx., gent; John Garrett, London, scrivener; William Coryton, Middle Temple, London, Esq.
Moiety of Manors of Caverigan, Trewinniack, Cusgarne .. p. St. Columb Major, Roche, Bodmin, St. Austell, boro. Mitchell, St. Enoder, St. Columb Minor, Breage, St. Merryn, Newlyn, Crantock, Goran, Veryan, Probus, St. Mewan, Gwennap, St. Hilary, Stithians, Gwinear; also lands in Roche, Gwennap, St. Erth, St. Ives, St. Hilary, Marazion, Madron, Penzance, Gwithian. Consideration £3,000. Date: 25/26, March, 1689
.
     Ann died on 5 April 1733? Aged 65.

Children of Ann St Aubyn and George Killigrew

Ann St Aubyn (Moyle)

     Ann St Aubyn (Moyle) was born in England. She was the daughter of Thomas St Aubyn and Mary Grenville.

Anne St Aubyn

(circa 1606 - )
     Anne St Aubyn was born circa 1606 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. She was aged 14 at the 1620 Visitation. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.

Barbara St Aubyn (Molesworth)

(9 September 1731 - )
     Barbara St Aubyn (Molesworth) was born on 9 September 1731 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice. Barbara St Aubyn (Molesworth) was christened on 12 October 1731 in Crowan.
     Barbara St Aubyn (Molesworth) was mentioned in the will of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) dated 21 February 1760.

Blanch St Aubyn

(circa 1614 - before 2 January 1686/87)
     Blanch St Aubyn was born circa 1614 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. She was aged 6 at the 1620 Visitation. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.
     Blanch died before 2 January 1686/87 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was unmarried. She was buried on 2 January 1686/87 in Crowan.
     Her will was proved on 11 April 1687 at the Archdeaconry Court, Cornwall.

Catherine St Aubyn

(12 September 1616 - after 1637)
     Catherine St Aubyn was born on 12 September 1616 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell. Catherine St Aubyn was christened on 18 September 1616 in Crowan.
     Catherine died after 1637.