Bridget Cocksedge

(circa 1704 - )
     Bridget Cocksedge was born circa 1704 in Woolpit, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Ann Beals.
     Bridget Cocksedge and Thomas Garnham obtained a marriage licence on 24 November 1726. Thos. Garnham s.m. 30 years, of Badwell & Bridget Cocksedge, of Stowlangtoft, s.w. 22 years, at Stowlangtoft 24 Nov 1726.
     Bridget Cocksedge married Thomas Garnham on 25 November 1726 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk.
     In Thomas Cocksedge's will dated 22 August 1739 in Stowlangtoft, Bridget Cocksedge was named as heir; The will of Thomas Cocksedge, of Stowlangtoft, gentleman, mentions being infirm in body but of sound mind ... gives his brother Abraham Cocksedge his copyhold, messuages, lands, tenements etc whatsoever and gives to his uncle Mr Henry Cocksedge of Thetford and his brothers in law namely Thomas Garnham and John Cole and to the survivor ... case my said brother Abraham shall think fit to marry with their approbation ... and if my brother shall not think fit to marry and shall live to 31 ... his sisters Rachel, Elizabeth & Sarah ... he requests a memorial to his father, mother & grandfather's estates.
     Bridget Cocksedge was mentioned as being deceased in the will of Rachel Cocksedge dated 29 March 1786.

Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge

(7 February 1709/10 - before 8 April 1772)
     Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge was christened on 7 February 1709/10 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Ann Beals.
     In Thomas Cocksedge's will dated 24 March 1726/27 in Stowlangtoft, Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge was named as heir; The last will and testament of Thomas Cocksedge of Stowlangtoft in the county of Suffolk, Gent, made this twenty fourth day of March 1726?
His heir and sole executor is his son Thomas on condition he pays his youngest son Abraham Cocksedge (brother of Thomas) £20 p.a. until he turns 21; and also pay his five daughters Rachell, Ann, Delariviera, Elizabeth & Sarah, £10 p.a. each until marriage or 21. He gives 40 shillings to the poor of Stowlangtoft and mentions his son-in-law Thomas Garnham and Bridget his wife, my daughter ...
On the 11 Nov 1727 he adds: whereas it may please God that I might die seized of some copyhold land not surrendered to the uses of my will which may fall to my son Abraham by custom of the manor....

     Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge married Edward Manistre on 4 November 1730 in Barton Magna or Stowlangtoft, Suffolk.
     Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge was mentioned in the will of Thomas Cocksedge dated 22 August 1739.
     Delariviere died before 8 April 1772 in Pakenham, Suffolk. She was buried on 8 April 1772 in Pakenham. |But... Dilrevere Manetri was buried April 17 day 1736 at Stowlangtoft!
     Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge was mentioned as being deceased in the will of Rachel Cocksedge dated 29 March 1786.

Edward Manistre

(circa 1710 - )
     Edward Manistre was born circa 1710.
     Edward Manistre married Delariviere (Dilly) Cocksedge, daughter of Thomas Cocksedge and Ann Beals, on 4 November 1730 in Barton Magna or Stowlangtoft, Suffolk.