James Putland

(10 August 1805 - before 20 October 1835)
     James Putland was christened on 10 August 1805 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Edward Putland and Henrietta Coleman.
     James died before 20 October 1835 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was buried on 29 October 1835 in Willingdon.

Jane Putland

(2 November 1828 - )
     Jane Putland was christened on 2 November 1828 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Charles Putland and Ann Terry.
     Jane Putland was recorded on the 1841 census in Willingdon. Jane Putland, 13, born in the county was living with Catherine Golding aged 55. In the 1851 census Jane Putland was living in the household of her brother-in-law William Kirby in Green Man Inn, Ringmer, Sussex. William Kirby, 32, innkeeper and master smith employing 1 man, born Lewes, his wife Frances, 32, born Willindon, son Wiliam Alfred aged 5, scholar, born Lewes, Jane Putland, wife's sigter, unmarried 22, house maid, born Willingdon and a servant and a nurse child aged 2.

John Putland

(1 August 1714 - before 14 March 1782)
     John Putland was christened on 1 August 1714 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of William Putland and Ann Sutton.
John Putland married Elizabeth Reade on 2 April 1738 in Folkington, Sussex.
     John died before 14 March 1782 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was buried on 14 March 1782 in Willingdon.

Children of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade

John Putland

(4 March 1748/49 - )
     John Putland was christened on 4 March 1748/49 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade.
John Putland married Lucy Putland on 3 October 1773 in Catsfield, Sussex. John Putland was buried on 14 August 1796 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Children of John Putland and Lucy Putland

John Putland

(26 June 1779 - )
     John Putland was christened on 26 June 1779 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of William Putland and Esther Noakes.
     John and Arnold were registered at Willingdon on the 1832 electoral roll. Arnold Denman, tenant of Inigo Thomas, Esq. voted at Willingdon for Cavendish.
John Putland voted for Cavendish and Curteis as tenant of I Thomas Esq.
Many of the voters in the village were listed as influenced by the principal inhabitants, particularly Mr Putland.

John Putland

(8 July 1821 - )
     John Putland was christened on 8 July 1821 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of James Putland and Ann Daw.

John Putland

(12 April 1786 - )
     John Putland was christened on 12 April 1786 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Edward Putland and Elizabeth Ade.

John Putland

(25 June 1820 - )
     John Putland was christened on 25 June 1820 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of Edward Putland and Henrietta Coleman.
     John Putland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Edward Putland in Willingdon.

John Putland

(26 August 1825 - )
     John Putland was christened on 26 August 1825 in St Clement, Hastings, Sussex. He was the son of Henry Putland and Avis Fox.
     John Putland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Henry Putland in Hastings, Sussex.

Joseph Putland

(10 November 1816 - 1885)
     Joseph Putland was christened on 10 November 1816 in Wartling, Sussex. Son of Thomas & Elizabeth. He was the son of Thomas Putland and Elizabeth Unknown.
Joseph Putland married Mary Climpson on 4 March 1834 in All Saints, Lewes, Sussex. Joseph Putland was widowed before 26 March 1837 on the death of his wife Mary Climpson. Joseph was a labourer.
Joseph Putland married Charlotte Hollebone on 28 May 1839 in Willingdon, Sussex.
     Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone were recorded on the 1841 census in Willingdon. Joseph Putland 25, ag. lab, Charlotte 25, and Thomas 9 months; in the same house lived Francis Hollobon, 20, ag. lab., and Abraham Hollobon, 15, ag. labourer, all born in the county.
     Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone were recorded on the 1851 census in Willingdon. Joseph Putland aged 36, parish relief & labourer, born Willingdon, blind; his wife Charlotte 40, children Thomas 10, ag labourer, Frank 9 ag lab, Frederick 7, Charlotte 5, Albert 2, Caleb 1, all born at Willingdon.
     Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone were recorded on the 1861 census in Paxton's Row, Willingdon. Joseph Putland aged 45, formerly ag lab, born Willingdon, blind; his wife Charlotte 50, children Thomas Frank 16, mason's labourer, Frank 19 ag lab, Charlotte 15, Albert 13 baker's boy, Caleb 11 scholar, Abraham 8 scholar, all born at Willingdon.
     Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone were recorded on the 1871 census in Lower Willingdon, Willingdon, Sussex. Joseph Putland, 55, born Willingdon, Ssx, labourer, deaf & blind for 21 years; wife Charlotte 59, born Willingdon, sons Thomas, 30, Caleb 21, Abraham, 16, all unmarried & born Willindon and grandson Frederick aged 6, born Lewes, Ssxr.
     Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone were recorded on the 1881 census in Willingdon, Sussex. Joseph, 66, born Boreham Ssx, general labourer, deaf & blind, wife Charlotte 70, born Willingdon, son Abraham, 27, single, gardener (d), born Willindon and grandson Frederick aged 16, born Lewes, Ssx, carpenter.
     Joseph died in 1885 in Willingdon, Sussex. A memorial inscription gives 1 Nov 1880 - 1885?.

Children of Joseph Putland and Mary Climpson

Children of Joseph Putland and Charlotte Hollebone

Jude Putland

(15 December 1793 - )
     Jude Putland was christened on 15 December 1793 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of William Putland and Esther Noakes.

Judith Putland

(13 July 1817 - )
     Judith Putland was christened on 13 July 1817 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Richard Putland and Mary Levett.
Judith Putland married George Lewis on 8 August 1839 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Judith Putland

(1816 - 1816)
     Judith died in 1816. She was born in 1816. She was the daughter of Edward Putland and Henrietta Coleman.

Louisa Putland

(17 August 1823 - )
     Louisa Putland was christened on 17 August 1823 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Charles Putland and Ann Terry.

Lucy Putland

(14 December 1745 - )
     Lucy Putland was christened on 14 December 1745 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of William Putland and Mary Sheder.

Lucy Putland

(before 1755 - )
     Lucy Putland was born before 1755.
Lucy Putland married John Putland, son of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade, on 3 October 1773 in Catsfield, Sussex.

Children of Lucy Putland and John Putland

Lydia Putland

(5 June 1778 - )
     Lydia Putland was christened on 5 June 1778 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Edward Putland and Elizabeth Ade.

Maria Putland

(24 July 1836 - before 18 September 1836)
     Maria Putland was christened on 24 July 1836 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Joseph Putland and Mary Climpson.
     Maria died before 18 September 1836 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 18 September 1836 in Willingdon.

Mary Putland

(27 March 1745 - )
     Mary Putland was christened on 27 March 1745 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade.
Mary Putland married John Kine on 15 January 1766 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Mary Putland

(27 August 1776 - )
     Mary Putland was christened on 27 August 1776 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of John Putland and Lucy Putland.

Mary Putland

(17 July 1773 - )
     Mary Putland was born on 17 July 1773 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Harry Putland and Lucy Alwork.

Mary Ann Putland

(9 December 1816 - June 1894)
     Mary Ann Putland was christened on 9 December 1816 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Charles Putland and Ann Terry.
Rowan Gibbs of New Zealand has supplied information about her son, etc. Her son's obit in Auckland Star 17 Aug 1886 p.2:
It is with feelings of sincere regret that we to-day announce the death of Mr James D. Davis, who for several years has been engaged on the staff of the STAR. Mr Davis was a native of Hastings, England, and he came to the colony about seven years ago, in ill health. He was a young man of great promise, a scholar of considerable achievements, and possessed cultured literary tastes. He entered as an under-graduate of the New Zealand University, and carried off the Bowen Prize in 1883. Mr Davis had given special attention to historical studies, and issued an admirable brochure, sketching English social life two centuries ago. He was a constant contributor to the columns of the STAR, and also wrote the critical notes published weekly over the signature of “Little Agib” in the Leader.
Possessing many of the highest mental and moral qualities, his life was yet a continuous struggle against physical weakness. Inheriting a consumptive constitution, he prolonged his life only by exercising the greatest care, yet he was never for a moment idle. During the intervals of his painful illness he compiled a complete Bibliography of New Zealand, to which he put the finishing touches while lying on his deathbed. This will, we hope, shortly be published. The loss of a man in which there were such possibilities of good to the world, in the very prime of life, being only thirty years of age, cannot but be deplored. To those who knew him as a friend his death will come home more keenly; to himself, however, the burden of his suffering had latterly become so great that death came as a happy relief from physical weakness. He contemplated his departure with calm resignation and an assured hope. He leaves a wife, but no children, and the news of his death will be a blow to his mother, who is still living in England.

Death notices Auckland Star 18 and 20 Aug 1886 …On August 17th at his residence, Sevenoaks, Mount Eden, late of St Leonards-on-Sea, England.
     Mary died in June 1894 aged 77.

Matilda Putland

(31 July 1831 - )
     Matilda Putland was christened on 31 July 1831 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Charles Putland and Ann Terry.
     Matilda Putland appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Charles Putland and Ann Terry in Willingdon.

Mildred Putland

(10 March 1820 - )
     Mildred Putland was christened on 10 March 1820 in St Clement, Hastings, Sussex. She was the daughter of Henry Putland and Avis Fox.

Phoebe Putland

(22 June 1823 - before 13 September 1824)
     Phoebe Putland was christened on 22 June 1823 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of James Putland and Ann Daw.
     Phoebe died before 13 September 1824 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 13 September 1824 in Willingdon.

Phoebe Putland

(1 December 1813 - before 12 January 1832)
     Phoebe Putland was christened on 1 December 1813 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Edward Putland and Henrietta Coleman.
     Phoebe died before 12 January 1832 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 12 January 1832 in Willingdon.

Rebecca Putland

(12 May 1776 - )
     Rebecca Putland was christened on 12 May 1776 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of William Putland and Esther Noakes.

Rebecca Putland

(5 February 1815 - )
     Rebecca Putland married Miles Haviland. Rebecca Putland was christened on 5 February 1815 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was the daughter of Richard Putland and Mary Levett.
     Rebecca Putland and Miles Haviland were recorded on the 1851 census in St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. Miles Haviland, head, 39, harness maker, born St Georges Mdx, his wife Rebecca 35, born Willingdon, Ssx, daughter Sarah R, aged 15, born St Georges, Richard Putland, borther in law, unmarried, 25, hotel porter, born Willingdon.

Richard Putland

(30 March 1721 - before 29 September 1742?)
     Richard Putland was christened on 30 March 1721 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of William Putland and Ann Sutton.
     Richard died before 29 September 1742? In Willingdon, Sussex. He was buried on 29 December 1742? In Willingdon.

Richard Putland

(14 June 1747 - before 29 January 1747/48)
     Richard Putland was christened on 14 June 1747 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was the son of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade.
     Richard died before 29 January 1747/48 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was buried on 29 January 1747/48 in Willingdon.