Henry Lay

(circa 1740 - )
     Henry Lay was born circa 1740.
Henry Lay married Ann Unknown (Lay) before 1764.

Children of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay)

James Lay

(25 December 1766 - 14 December 1844)
     James Lay was christened on 25 December 1766 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith?
James Lay married secondly Elizabeth Parkhurst on 27 April 1786 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. James Lay, widower & Elizabeth Parkhust, both of this parish.
James Lay witnessed John Heatherly and Mary Norris's wedding on 14 November 1797 in St Marylebone, Westminster, London.
     James resided at South Moulton St, London, 1840.
     James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst were recorded on the 1841 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. James Lay aged 74, accountant & Elizabeth Lay aged 77, neither born in the county, were living with Sophia Mandy aged 50, independent & Louise Mandy aged 41, bonnet maker, both born in the county.
     James died on 14 December 1844 in Eastbourne RD, Sussex, aged 77. He was buried on 23 December 1844 in St Mary, Eastbourne. To the memory of / JAMES LAY / who departed this life / December 14th 1844 / aged 78 years /also of Elizabeth relict of above/James Lay/ who departed this life Oct 8th 1846 / aged 82 years.

Children of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst

James Lay

(16 February 1767 - )
     James Lay was born on 16 February 1767 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). James Lay was christened on 22 February 1767 in St Marylebone, Westminster.

James Thomas Lay

(9 April 1801 - before 18 May 1808)
     James Thomas Lay was born on 9 April 1801 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. James Thomas Lay was christened in July 1801 in St Mary, St Marylebone.
     James died before 18 May 1808 in Eastbourne, Sussex. He was buried on 18 May 1808 in St Mary, Eastbourne.

John Henry Lay

(19 March 1775 - )
     John Henry Lay was christened on 19 March 1775 in St Pancras, London. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay).

Louisa Lay

(circa 1805 - )
     Louisa Lay was born circa 1805. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst.
Louisa Lay married James Joseph Hunt on 10 January 1824 in St George Hanover Square, London. The witnesses were James Lay & Georgiana Lay. Louisa Lay and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.
     Louisa resided at Bryanston Sq, Upper York St, London, 1840.

Louisa Ann Lay

(13 March 1771 - )
     Louisa Ann Lay was born on 13 March 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). Louisa Ann Lay was christened on 13 April 1771 in St Marylebone, Westminster.

Mary Lay

(30 March 1788 - )
     Mary Lay was christened on 30 March 1788 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. She was the daughter of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst.

Mary Ann Pitt Lay

(20 June 1806 - )
     Mary Ann Pitt Lay was born on 20 June 1806 in Hackney, London. She was the daughter of William Lay and Mary Ann Pitt. Mary Ann Pitt Lay was christened on 17 September 1806 in St John, Hackney. Mary Ann Pitt, daughter of William & Mary Ann Lay.
Mary Ann Pitt Lay witnessed Arnold Denman and Frances Heatherly Lay's wedding on 27 December 1827 in St Peter, Walworth, Newington, Surrey. Mary Ann Pitt Lay and Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

Matilda Ann Lay

(before 1812 - )
     Matilda Ann Lay was born before 1812. She was the daughter of Thomas Lay and Esther Gibson.
     In Robert Heatherly's will dated 24 November 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex, Matilda Ann Lay was named as heir. She and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, William Henry Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

Thomas Lay

(11 December 1763 - before 1813)
     Thomas Lay was christened on 11 December 1763 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith?
Thomas Lay married Esther Gibson on 21 September 1790 in Stepney, Middlesex. He was a mariner in 1792.
     Thomas died before 1813. He is mentioned as deceased in the will of his half brother John Heatherly which was proven in February 1840. Also mentioned were the children of Thomas Lay - Matilda Ann, William Henry.

Children of Thomas Lay and Esther Gibson

Thomas Lay

(30 June 1764 - )
     Thomas Lay was born on 30 June 1764 in Soho, Westminster. He was the son of Henry Lay and Ann Unknown (Lay). Thomas Lay was christened on 22 July 1764 in St Anne Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

William Lay

(2 June 1765 - 13 July 1808)
     William Lay was christened on 2 June 1765 in Berwick, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Lay and Ann Smith?
William Lay married Mary Ann Pitt on 17 September 1805 in Chelmsford, Essex, England.
     William died on 13 July 1808 in St Thomas Square Chapel (?), Hackney, Middlesex, England, aged 43. Aged 43, husband of Mary Ann..

Children of William Lay and Mary Ann Pitt

William Lay

( - 16 August 1766)
     William Lay married Ann Smith? on 19 October 1762 in Eastbourne, Sussex. She is probably the Anne Smith who married William Lay, at Eastbourne (both of this parish) Oct 19 1762 by licence. The witnesses were Mary Smith and St John Russel.
     William was buried on 16 August 1766 in St Michael, Berwick, Sussex.

Children of William Lay and Ann Smith?

William Henry Lay

(4 April 1797 - )
      He is called William in the 1813 will and William Henry in the 1840 will.. William Henry Lay was born on 4 April 1797 in Stepney, Middlesex. He was the son of Thomas Lay and Esther Gibson. William Henry Lay was christened on 20 April 1797 in St Dunstan & All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex. ITAL:William Henry Lay, son of Thomas Lay, MEOT, mariner, & Esther, aged 16 days.
     In Robert Heatherly's will dated 24 November 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex, William Henry Lay was named as heir. He and Mary Ann Pitt Lay, Frances Heatherly Lay, Matilda Ann Lay, Georgiana Lay, Louisa Lay, Henry Lay, Ann Lay and Caroline Lay were beneficiaries in John Heatherly's will proved 25 February 1840 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex.

William Henry Lay

(17 December 1798 - )
     William Henry Lay was born on 17 December 1798 in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of James Lay and Elizabeth Parkhurst. William Henry Lay was christened on 9 January 1799 in St Mary, St Marylebone.
     His will was proved in 1845? At Bengal, India.

Child of William Henry Lay

Dorothy Laycock

(circa 1580 - 1648)
     Dorothy Laycock was born circa 1580.
Dorothy Laycock married Edward Fairfax, son of Sir Thomas Fairfax (of Denton).
     Dorothy died in 1648.

Children of Dorothy Laycock and Edward Fairfax

Dorothy Layton

     Dorothy Layton was born in Delamayne, Westmorland, England.
     Dorothy Layton married Richard Redman as his second wife. She was his second wife. He had 5 sons and 4 daughters probably all by Dorothy. His first wife was Elizabeth daughter of William Gascoigne.

Children of Dorothy Layton and Richard Redman

Leslie Layton-Smith

(1889 - )
     Leslie Layton-Smith was born in 1889 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Leslie was an accountant.
Leslie Layton-Smith married Ellen Florence Alice Roberts, daughter of Alfred Edward Roberts and Frances Lydia Florence Phillips, on 3 September 1922 in the Presbyterian church, Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia.

Arthur Bodman Lazarus

(June 1929 - 1987)
     Arthur Bodman Lazarus's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1929 in Hampstead, Middlesex, England. He was the son of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman.
     Arthur died in 1987 in Malvern, Victoria.

Arthur Moritz Lazarus

( - 1937)
     The marriage of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman, daughter of William Edward Bodman and Beatrice Alice Smallman, was registered in Hackney RD, Middlesex, England, in the December 1927 quarter.
     Arthur died in 1937 in Fairfield, Victoria.

Child of Arthur Moritz Lazarus and Frances Doone Bodman

Manfred Philip Lazarus

     Manfred Philip Lazarus married Lillian Dorothy Rubie, daughter of George Rubie and Lily Rower, in 1919 in Victoria.

Lotty Lazenby

     The marriage of Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer, son of George Stancer and Lucy Unknown, was registered in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1895 quarter.
     Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer were recorded on the 1901 census in 28 Ellis? St, Sheffield, Yorkshire. George W Stancer, 26, Corporation night soil worker, Lottie his wife, 25, Herbert son 4, George W son, 2, all born at Sheffield.

Child of Lotty Lazenby and George William Stancer

Mary Spring Le Heup

(10 March 1784 - )
     Mary Spring Le Heup was christened on 10 March 1784 in Nacton, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.

Mary Susanna Le Heup

(5 October 1787 - )
     Mary Susanna Le Heup was also known as Susan or Susanna in records. She was born before 5 October 1787 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. Daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington. She was christened on 5 October 1787 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
Mary Susanna Le Heup married Martin Thomas Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Garnham, on 27 August 1807 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Mary Susanna Le Heup and Martin Thomas Cocksedge obtained a marriage licence on 29 August 1807 in Suffolk. Martin Thos. Cocksedge, of BSE,esq., s.m. & Mary Susannah Leheup, of BSE, s.w., 19, (father Michael Wm Le Heup, of same, esq) at same.
     Mary died on 5 May 1816 in Suffolk aged 28. A memorial stone at St Mary's Broadwater, Worthing, Ssx lists Thos Martin Cocksedge, son of the late Colonel Cocksedge of St Edmunds hill, Suffolk, and of Mary Sussanah his wife, daughter of the late Michael Willm Leheup, Esq of Hessett, Suffolk and Ashell Hertfordshire. Died May 5 1816 aged 31 years This must be a mis-transcription as she continues to have children after this date. She was christened on 17 August 1824 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Mary Susanna Le Heup married Charles Stubbs Tinling as her second husband, on 27 September 1825 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. They moved to Worthing, Sussex about 1830.

Children of Mary Susanna Le Heup and Martin Thomas Cocksedge

Merielena Agnes Le Heup

(22 October 1790 - 12 May 1816)
     Merielena Agnes Le Heup was born on 22 October 1790 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
     Merielena died on 12 May 1816 aged 25.

Michael Le Heup

(circa 1732 - 9 April 1792)
     Michael Le Heup was born circa 1732. He was the son of Michael Le Heup and Elizabeth Gery.
5th Sept, 1754 - Attested Copy of 24th. Nov., 1753 Deed to Lead to a Common Recovery whereby Michael [II] Leheup (of Hessett, Suff., esq; eldest son of Michael [I] Leheup, esq. and his wife Elizabeth née Gery, both deceased) conveys to Thomas Henzell (of Gray's Inn, Mdx., gent.) (a) "Hesset" or "Hegesset" manor; (b) the advowson of Hessett church; (c) "Thederistra" or "Thedwastre" hundred, Suff. which Michael [II] Leheup holds in succession to his father; (d) Hessett Hall and its appurtenances, occupied by M. [II] Leheup; (e) seven closes called "Scots Ground" at Hessett; (f) two "pightles" or pieces of land in Hessett and Bradfield, Suff. called "Hannah Pightle" and "Bristol Pightle"; (g) the farm in Hessett, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston[e] pas., Suff. which John Paine leases; (h) a 12-a. woodland in those four pas. and Bacton alias Bayton, Suff. also tenanted by J. Paine; (i) the farm in Hessett and Rougham which John Jacob cultivates; (j) the farm in Hessett, Rougham, Drinkstone and Bacton which is let to John Cocksedge; (k) the farm in Hessett and Drinkstone which Simon Ray holds; (l) the farm in Hessett, Bradfield, Rougham and Bacton leased by William Swan; (m) "The Bells" inn, occupied by W. Swan; (n) Thomas Holdrige's Hessett house; (o) the four cottages which Thomas Bawly, Richard Gosling, William Jewers and William Mothersole inhabit; (p) Thomas Jacob's Hessett ground; (q) those farms in the Norf. pas. or hamlets of Diss, Disheywood and "Wingfarthing" [Winfarthing] once leased to Widow Lincoln but now to Thomas Chapman; (r) the water corn mill formerly called Dilcock's Mill with a 7½-a. meadow on the southern side of Coventry and near the walls (lately held by Robert Bunny but now by his executors); (s) two tenements and a workhouse in Hill St., Coventry let to John "Gulston" [Gulson]; (t) John and Charles Taylors' Coventry house; (u) a Smithford St., Coventry messuage and ground heretofore held by William Wright and later by -- Clegg; (v) a messuage and garden in "West Orchard Street", Coventry (lately occupied by Abraham Phillips but now by his widow); (w) a 14-a. meadow and pasture called "The Three Fields" beyond Bishop Gate, Coventry with a barn, all held by Thomas Smith; (x) Thomas Mucot's garden and two stables at West Orchard; (y) the 12-a. "Stoneyfield" beyond Bishop Gate; (z) the barn at Cook St., Coventry formerly let to William Townsend but now to John Londe; (aa) a messuage in the Butchery, Coventry which William Winterton, butcher holds; (ab) a piece of land and two pastoral closes (4½a.) called "Shuckmere" in Coventry city's liberties (lately farmed by Widow Warden but now by J. Londe); (ac) the parsonage-site at "Folkhull alias "Focell" [Foleshill] [,Coventry]; (ad) that parsonage's lands; (ae) Foleshill tithes; (af) the messuage, divided into three, in Bishop St., Coventry which William Chaplain (or his under-tenants) occupies; and (ag) "Church Lees" close at Radford [, Coventry]: all will be held so that before the end of the present Michaelmas Term Charles Le Grice (of Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., gent.) may promote a common recovery at M. [II] Leheup's expense.
Michael Le Heup married Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?) on 31 July 1755 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Michael died on 9 April 1792.

Child of Michael Le Heup and Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?)

Michael Le Heup

     Michael Le Heup married Elizabeth Gery.

Child of Michael Le Heup and Elizabeth Gery

Michael Peter Le Heup

(16 June 1782 - 10 December 1837)
     Michael Peter Le Heup was christened on 16 June 1782 in Nacton, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington.
     Michael died on 10 December 1837 aged 55.

Michael William Le Heup

(10 June 1756 - 22 June 1809)
     Michael William Le Heup was also known as William Michael in records. He was christened on 10 June 1756 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was born on 10 June 1756 in Hessett, Suffolk. He was the son of Michael Le Heup and Merielina Discipline (Delarivere/D'Ewes?).
Michael William Le Heup married Mary Wyche Waddington before 1782.
14 June 1791 - Attested copy of an attested copy of 27 Nov 1753. Conveyance (Bargain and Sale), to make a tenant to the praecipe, to suffer a common recovery; from Michael Leheup of Hesset Suffolk Esq, eldest son and heir of Michael Leheup Esq, on the body of Elizabeth, his wife (late Elizabeth Gery) both deceased, to Thomas Henzett of Gray's Inn Middx, gent, (tenant to the praecipe) and Charles Grice of Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, gent (demandant) of (1) The Manor of Hesset (alias Hegeset) with demesnes, rights, etc, the advowson of the church of Hesset and the Hundred of The derwestre with rights, Suffolk, the mansion house called Hesset Hall, previously occupied by Michael Leheup deceased, now occupied by Michael Leheup (party to this deed), with attached fields called 'Scots Grounds' in Hesset (2) Two pieces of land in Hesset and Bradfield, Norfolk, called Hannah pightle and Bristol pightle (3) a house with farm, fields etc, in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston, Suffolk (3) Several woods etc, 124 acres in area in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Drinkston and Barton alias Bayton Suffolk, now occupied by John Parre (4) A house or farm with lands in Hesset and Rougham occupied by John Jacob (5) A house or farm with lands, pastures etc in Hesset, Rougham, Drinkston and Barton, other called Bayton occupied by John Cocksedge (6) A house or farm with lands and pastures, in Hesset and Drinkston, occupied by Simon Ray (7) A house or farm with lands and pastures, in Hesset, Bradfield, Rougham and Barton, alias Bayton, occupied by William Swan (8) A house, called 'the Sign of the Bells' in Hesset occupied by William Swan (9) A house in Hesset occupied by Thomas Holdinge (10) Several houses or cottages in Hesset, occupied by Thomas Bawley, Richard Gosling, William Jewers and William Mothersole and a piece of land attached, occupied by Thomas Jacob (11) Houses, farms etc with lands, pastures etc, in the hamlets of Diss, Disleywood and Wingfarthing Norfolk, formerly occupied by (name not stated) Lincoln, widow, and now by Thomas Chapman and his undertenants (12) a Watercorn Mill, called Dilcocks' Mill, with 7½ acres of meadow, on the south side of the City of Coventry, previously occupied by Robert Bunny, now by the executors of Robert Bunny (13) Two houses and a workhouse in Hill Street, Coventry, with an adjoining yard, occupied by John Gulston (14) A house in Coventry, occupied by John Taylor and Charles Taylor and an adjoining house and land, previously occupied by William Wright and (name not stated) Clegg in Smithford Street, Coventry (15) A house and garden in West Orchard Street, Coventry occupied by Abraham Phillips, then by his widow (16) 14 acres of meadow, lying outside Bishops Gate, Coventry with a barn, yard and piece of ground occupied by Thomas Smith (17) A garden and two stables in West Orchard Street occupied by Thomas Muscott (18) A field, 12 acres in area called 'Honey Field', outside Bishop's Gate Coventry (19) A barn in Cock Street Coventry, previously occupied by William Townshend, now occupied by John Lorde (20) A house in the Butchery (Butcher Row) Coventry, occupied by William Winterton, butcher (21) A piece of land and two fields, area 4½ acres, called Shuckmore, in the liberties of Coventry, previously held by (name not stated) Warden, widow, now occupied by John Lorde (22) The site of the parsonage of Foleshill, in the County of the City of Coventry (23) All houses and barns on the site and arable and meadow land of the parsonage, with corn, grain and hay tithes, in the parish of Foleshill (24) Houses in Bishop Street, Coventry, divided into three parts, occupied by William Chaplin (25) A field called 'Church Lees', in Radford in the County of the City of Coventry. Notes re 26 Nov 1753, the acknowledgement of the deed in Kings Bench, 1753, the enrolment of the Common Recovery, 1 Sept 1763 the original attested copy of the deed, compared with this copy, made on 14 June 1791.
     Michael died on 22 June 1809 aged 53.

Children of Michael William Le Heup and Mary Wyche Waddington