Monday, 3 June 2013

People of Hutton Rudby in the C18/19: Selby to Sidgwick/Sedgwick

... from my working notes ... accuracy not guaranteed ... for explanatory note, see post of 14 Feb 2013


Selby

Oddfellows Board:  Bro:  James Selby, Sum. Houses, 5 Dec 1875, a27


Sextons

8 Jan 1722:  William, son of William Rain sexton and Elizabeth Outon/ ?Orton b/bap

13 May 1784:  burial of William Stockdale, sexton of Rudby Church
19 Feb 1790:  burial of Thomas Seamore, a 74, Sexton of Rudby Church

Sarah Hebron was elected Sexton on 2 July 1833 “to have £2/12 per year for doing the duty of a Sexton to attend to the fires and keep the church clean.  The Churchwardens to see about getting the stove in repair”.
The sexton has the care of the fabric of the church and is responsible for digging the graves and ringing the bells.  It is not clear from the churchwardens’ accounts who was the previous sexton;  it may have been Nathaniel Smithson.  The records do not show who the vestry appointed to take care of the bells and, particularly, the gravedigging.


Seymour/Seamer

“Seymour for well 2s 6d” appears in William Sayers Calculations 1815 in the Middleton Book

7 Aug 1822:  B D Suggitt left £20 a year to his servant Mary Seymour, if still residing with him at the time of his death

1823 Baines:  Hutton:  William Seamer, linen manufacturer

FQ 434:  14 & 15 Apr 1829:  John Seamour occupied land belonging to Elizabeth Sleigh

T Seymour was in A List of Boys – Middleton Book

GG 130:  31 Oct 1835:  Thomas Spence of Hutton weaver & Dorothy his wife (1) Henry Collins of Stokesley gent (2):  2 houses now used as one, the weaver’s shop adjoining & the garden or orchard of 1r behind, occ by Thomas Spence; the butcher’s shop adjoining the weaver’s shop occ by William Sherwood:  bounded by Lord Falkland to E, street to W, Mrs Kingston to N, Edmund Taylor to S; also Gowdie/Gowlay Hill Garth 1a with cowhouse occ by Thomas Richardson:  bounded by John Charlton to E, by Francis Stainthorpe to W, by street to N, by Jane Willans & Edward Meynell to S; also house with garden & garth behind 2r, occ by William Merrington:  bounded by street to E, William Wood to W, John Seamer to N, John Rymers & Francis Stainthorpe to S; also 3 closes formerly 2 closes called the Cottager 7a, previously occ by William Braithwaite as tenant to William Spence decd:  bounded by Robert Halliday Dobson to E, George Hunter & William Ableson to W, by Rounton road to N, by Richard Johnson to S; “& all other the messuages lands tenements and hereditaments formerly belonging to Thomas Smith late of Hutton yeoman decd and comprised in his Will”

Tithe Map from Elizabeth Sleigh:  John Seamer occ 137, 138, 141, 142

John Seamer was a subscribers to the Wesleyan Youth’s Instructor in 1840

1841 Census:  John Seymour 40 linen weaver, William 30 linen weaver and John 25 linen weaver, North End.  Next door, in household of Thomas Biggins, Mary Seymour 12.
1841 Census:  Thomas Seymour 40 linen weaver and family, North End

John Seymour, weaver, is listed as one of the Trustees of Hutton Rudby Wesleyan chapel – date not given, possibly mid 1850s

1851 Census:  North End:  John Seymour widower 55 hand loom weaver linen
1851 Census:  North End:   John Seymour widower 37 hand loom weaver, and children Mary 5 and Elizabeth 10 mths
1851 Census:  North End:  William Seymour 41 handloom weaver linen b Hutton and Mary 32 also handloom weaver linen b Dodsworth, Yks
1851 Census:  North End:  Thomas Seymour 49 handloom weaver linen and Ann 49, with children Mary 18, Dorothy 11 and Elizabeth 8;  and lodger Richard Richardson single 26 handloom weaver linen;  all b Hutton

Oddfellows Board:  Bro:  Thomas Seymour, Middlesbrough, 25 Sep 1875, a53

1887:  memorial stones at the new Primitive Methodist chapel were laid by K Rickatson, W Seymour (Spout Bank), Mrs Honeyman, Mrs Eden, Mrs Hall and Mr E Bainbridge; and on behalf of Viscount Falkland, G Y Blair, and Rev Oliver Jackson, a Primitive Methodist minister born in Hutton Rudby [G Milburn’s notes]




Shaw

Thomas Shaw was buried on Tues 23 Oct a65;  Jane Shaw on Sun 28 Oct a62 [PRs]

21 Jan 1793:  Thomas Shaw married Ann Carter [witnesses:  William Shaw, John Eland]

26 Oct 1800:  Ann Carter 26 wife of Thomas buried
Baptisms:  children of Thomas & Ann Shaw:  Mary 1796, Thomas 1798

Thomas then seems to remarry, to Jane:  children of Thomas:  Ann 1802, Elizabeth 1804 (dau of Thomas & Jane), John 1810, and William 1812

25 Jul 1818:  Thomas Shaw occupied a house in the Wheatsheaf area,  between Whorlton and Passman property, bought by Baillieur from Passman [East Side deeds]

Thomas Shaw is a tenant of Barkers Row in 1829

FQ 249:  13 & 14 Mar 1829:  exors of Wayne to Barker:  the Carpenters Arms with the cartwrights shop and stable on the west end thereof, the garden and the privy on the south & backside of the premises, bounded by road to East Rounton to E, by Mrs Elizabeth Hildreth to W & S, by road to East Rounton, John Robinson and Mr Farnaby to N – occ by Edward Meynell;  the garth occ by Edward Meynell, bounded by Elizabeth Hildreth to E, by John Burdon to W, by Thomas Passman, Elizabeth Hildreth, Mr Kendall & William Spence to N, by road to East Rounton to S; the site where buildings lately occupied by John & Hannah Kay & taken down by Mark Barker stood; the garth now used as garden ground to the E & backside of the sd site;  the new houses built by Mark Barker on the site and part of the garth: some of the houses and the garden ground “at present unoccupied”, the others occupied by Robert Hall, William Souter, George Sanderson, John Kay, Mary Lamb, Jackson Richardson, John Wild and Thomas Shaw:  bounded by house & lands bel to Rev Richard Shepherd to E & S, by Arthur Douglas and townstreet to N & W

FQ 435:  26 & 27 Mar 1830:  house on East Side:  Baillieur to Lowther:  formerly occ by Thomas Sanderson, then by Thomas Shaw and now by Robert Tweddle:  bounded by Joseph Whorlton to N, by Thomas Passman to S, by street to W

Elizabeth Best married William Shaw.  He was possibly the son of Thomas & Jane, born 1812.

Elizabeth Shaw gave evidence at the trial of Robert Goldsborough in 1842:  “on cross-examination she admitted that she had been in jail on a charge of stealing geese; and that she had two children born before marriage.”

1841 Census:  William Shaw 25 weaver, Elizabeth 30 and James Best 13 weaver,  Ann Best 11 and Margaret Best 8, on East Side

The Shaw family do not feature in the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses, but it seems likely that Margaret, then aged 18 and a “house servant”, was living with Hannah Best, her grandmother in 1851;  she is listed in the transcript as Hannah’s daughter. 

Elizabeth Shaw, weaver’s widow, aged 70, b Tabron, Norfolk is listed between the Wheatsheaf and Hutton House in 1881.

James Best appears to have been living in Hutton Rudby in 1881;  the census shows James Best, married, 52, b Hutton Rudby, a sailcloth weaver, was visiting in the household of Isabella Foster, a widow in Queens Terrace, Middlesbrough, and Mrs Mary Best 51, b Gateshead, was living on South Side, and ten year old Mary Best, b Hutton Rudby, was staying with her.


Shepherd

Robert Sheppard of Barrack [Barwick], Parish of Egglescliffe was buried Sat 27 Oct [PRs]

Rev. Richard Shepherd:  nothing is known of his family background.  The IGI has three possibles:  bap 13 Apr 1788 at Kirkby Moorside William/Sarah; bap 8 Oct 1788 Danby William/  ; 5 Jul 1789 Barlby Edward/  .

A Deed of declaration of abode by George Thirkell of Middleton was sworn before R Shepherd Vicar of Rudby “at my lodgings at Hutton in the parish of Rudby” on 2 Nov 1822 – which indicates he was living in lodgings before his marriage

Richard Shepherd married Ann Brigham on 21 Apr 1824.  Witnesses:  Thos Simpson, M Simpson, Jw Brigham, John Colbeck, Ann Simpson, Samuel Hebbron.  The vicar of Egton, Glaisdale, Mr Benjamin Richardson, officiated.
Their son Richard Brigham Shepherd bap 10 Sep 1826, and son Robert bap 13 Jul 1828

The deeds relating to the Barkers Row area state that a dwellinghouse and lands belonging to the Rev Richard Shepherd bounded Barkers Row to the east and south, while property belonging to Arthur Douglas bounded it to the north and west.  But there are no deeds to indicate that he owned property there, so I assume that Mr and Mrs Shepherd had been living in Hutton House.

FK 513:  22 Feb 1828:  mortgage of house in Hutton occ by Richard Rymer and closes adjoining:  Robert Baillieur late of Trenholme now of Castle of York innkeeper and Robert Nelson Wilson late of Yarm now of Castle of York yeoman: bounded by Richard Shepherd to N & S, by John Rickarby to E and by Christopher Oxendale to W

FQ 204:  9 Dec 1829:  Robert Baillieur late of Trenholm innkeeper but now of Yarm yeoman (1)  Robert Nelson Wilson of Yarm gent (2) John Harker of Yarm jobber [?] (3):  house, orchard, garth, stable & outbldgs in Hutton Field occ by Richard Rymer and closes adjoining:  bounded by Richard Shepherd to N & S, John Rickarby to E, Christopher Oxendale to W

FQ 249:  13 & 14 Mar 1829:  exors of Wayne to Barker:  inc the Barkers Row house:  bounded by house & lands bel to Rev Richard Shepherd to E & S, by Arthur Douglas and townstreet to N & W

FT 294:  26 & 27 Dec 1830:  Jakebarn:  Michael Sidgwick of Hutton yeoman & John Sidgwick jnr of Hutton farmer to William Jackson of Hutton tailor:  a fenced off close of 1a called Jakebarn:  previously occ by Richard Shepherd & now by his widow Ann:  bounded by Isaac, Joseph & William Whorlton’s land to E, by land recently bought by QAB from vendors to W & N, by road to S

Rev Rd Shepherd took his last baptism on 15 Jun 1830, and was buried 18 Nov 1830 a 42 by T. Hartley, curate (R.T. Hartley, curate of Stokesley, had taken earlier services); Ann Shepherd, then of Redcar, bd 1 Jun 1860 a 64.

In Hutton Rudby at the same time as Richard Shepherd:  George & Jane Shepherd farmed at Oxgang House in Oct 1824 (when their son George was baptised), were still there in June 1826 (baptism of William) and in April 1827 (Elizabeth), and in Jun 1828 (George) and in Sep 1829 (James)

George Shepherd rented Oxgang at £7 p.a. c1820 – Middleton Book

Daniel Shepherd of Sexhow was churchwarden in 1831.  He was at “a meeting held in vestry” on 16 Jun 1831 where they voted a church rate of 2 ½ per £ to church repairs


Sherwood

27 & 28 Jun 1831:  Lease:  parties:  Thomas Eland of Grange Road Bermondsey leather dresser and wife Mary, Richard Eland of Newport Pagnell Bucks gent and Langley & Reece:  to convey from Thomas to Richard and to secure an annuity to Thomas and his wife:  garth 1a 2r 28p, bounded by John De Putron & - Richardson to W, Flounders & De Putron to E, river to N and street to S: and 3 houses (formerly one house) barn, cowhouse & carpenter’s shop:  occ by John Eland, John Sherwood & Thomas Wiles

GG 130:  31 Oct 1835:  Thomas Spence of Hutton weaver & Dorothy his wife (1) Henry Collins of Stokesley gent (2):  2 houses now used as one, the weaver’s shop adjoinging & the garden or orchard of 1r behind, occ by Thomas Spence; the butcher’s shop adjoining the weaver’s shop occ by William Sherwood:  bounded by Lord Falkland to E, street to W, Mrs Kingston to N, Edmund Taylor to S; also Gowdie/Gowlay Hill Garth 1a with cowhouse occ by Thomas Richardson:  bounded by John Charlton to E, by Francis Stainthorpe to W, by street to N, by Jane Willans & Edward Meynell to S; also house with garden & garth behind 2r, occ by William Merrington:  bounded by street to E, William Wood to W, John Seamer to N, John Rymers & Francis Stainthorpe to S; also 3 closes formerly 2 closes called the Cottager 7a, previously occ by William Braithwaite as tenant to William Spence decd:  bounded by Robert Halliday Dobson to E, George Hunter & William Ableson to W, by Rounton road to N, by Richard Johnson to S; “& all other the messuages lands tenements and hereditaments formerly belonging to Thomas Smith late of Hutton yeoman decd and comprised in his Will”

William Sherwood was a tenant of Thomas Spence in 1835, occupying the butcher’s shop.  He was still a tenant in 1842

11 Jun 1838:  William Sherwood 35 butcher, son of John Sherwood, farmer, married Martha Kay 31, daughter of George Bewick, linen manufacturer [witnesses:  Henry Bainbridge, Matthew Bewick]

1840 Whites:  Hutton Rudby:  William Sherwood, butcher

Mr Sherwood was a subscriber to the Wesleyan Shilling Magazine in 1840

1841 Census:  William Sherwood 35 butcher, Martha 30 and George 11 mth near the Wheatsheaf
1841 Census:  Mary Sherwood 65 ag lab and Mary 25 ag lab, North End

GZ 204:  2 May 1842:  Thomas Spence late of Hutton weaver but now of Middlesbrough baker & shopkeeper (1) John Snowdon of Stokesley shoemaker (2) Thomas Sidgwick of Hutton linen manufacturer (3) George Wilson of Hutton linen manufacturer (4) reciting indres of 1839:  John Snowdon had lent Thomas Spence £90 with £4-17-5d interest also owing, on Spence’s property on East Side:  Spence sold Sidgwick the house (formerly 2 houses) & garden for £180, the mortgage to be paid off:  the garden & orchard to be sold to Sidgwick was staked out and contained 33 p; previously occ by Thomas Spence and now by William Meynell; the rest to be sold to John Oates; mortgagee George Wilson

GZ 206:  May 1842:  Thomas Spence to John Oates for £50:  the 2 shops, one formerly a weaver’s shop and now a carpenter’s and the other a butcher’s shop, with the ground behind now staked out and measuring 9 p:  now occ by William Meynell, William Sherwood and John Oates:  bounded by Thomas Sidgwick’s purchase from Spence to E & N, by street to W, Edmund Taylor to S; mortgagee George Wilson

1851 Census:  North Side:  William Sherwood 47 butcher b Winton, Yks, and wife Martha 43 b Hutton, with Hutton-born children George Bewick 10, Betsy 6, John William 4 and Matthew Henry 2


Shout/Shutt

1802:  John Shoute was churchwarden

13 Jul 1815:  John Hutton married Jane Shout [witnesses:  James Harrison, Jas Eland]
18 Jul 1815:  Major Shout married Ann Whorlton [witnesses:  Mary Seamour, Thomas Barker, John Jackson]

EB 102:  11 & 13 May 1816:  Manor House Farm?:  previously occ by James Dunning, now by John Shoute 

EB 412:  21 & 22 Mar 1817:  ppty on North Side: Thos & Jos Whorlton (1) Wm Whorlton (2), occ by Major Shout

EP 148:  3 Feb 1821:  mortgage to Wm Whorlton by John Shout:  house previously occupied by Oliver Jackson and now by Major Shout, land and weaver’s shop
Major Shout was a tallow chandler.  He occupied the Whorltons’ house on North Side ca1817, and his son Major was baptised 18 Jul 1815 (son of Major and Anna Shout)

1823 Baines:  Hutton:  John Shutt, farmer


Sidgwick/Sedgwick 

There were numerous Sidgwicks in the village through the C19 and C20 (and before - earliest date not checked);  it is not clear how they were related, if at all.

In the late C18, William, Simon, Thomas & John all had children at the same time eg 1785-90.  It is known that Simon Sidgwick of Enterpen died a80 in 1821 and left a widow Sarah & six children:  William the weaver, John grocer of Kent, Michael merchant of Enterpen, Mary who married William Sidgwick yeoman of Hutton, Jane & Sarah spinsters.  It is also known that John Sidgwick, who bought houses in Enterpen in 1779, probably died in 1815 a76.  He had a son John, a linen manufacturer of Enterpen, who had a son John, yeoman of Gt Broughton in 1828

Michael of Enterpen and John the grocer were churchwardens – ie property owners

John the weaver – in 1841 there were four, aged 15, 20, 25 and 55 – was a Wesleyan

15 & 16 May 1779:  John Sidgwick bought house on Enterpen corresponding with Tithe Map no 232 [see below]

Charlotte Sidgwick bap 9 Aug 1789 dau of -/Mary Sidgwick, HR [IGI Beryl]

Yorkshire Poll Book 1807:  Hutton Rudby:  Simon, Michael & John Sedgwick, all weavers, all voted

1810:  John Sidgwick was churchwarden
1812:  Simon Sidgwick was churchwarden

4 & 5 Oct 1819:  Thomas Sedgwick of Hutton weaver – party to a deed re East Side property [East Side deeds]

The bill for 1819 from Powell & Harker, recd by Robert Brigham on their behalf, included 17 Dec 1819 for “Commitment of Geo Sidgwick to the House of Correction for disobeying Bastardy Order” 1/- [Middleton Book]

EO 107:  11 & 12 Aug 1820:  land near Jakebarn, recently purchased by Thomas Jackson from Simon Kelsey, bounded by land purchased by John Sidgwick & Thomas Sidgwick from Sir Wm Hy Pennyman to E

ET 257:  2 & 3 Jan 1823:  garth, orchard & houses, probably at bottom of North End:  parties:  William Sidgwick farmer & wife Mary, Michael Sidgwick farmer & wife Mary, John Sidgwick farmer, Robert Rayson of Co Durham gent, Henry Mellanby of Hutton gent, John Milner of Helmsley weaver, Mary Sidgwick widow of John Sidgwick of Enterpen linen manufacturer, Jacob Honeyman weaver

ET 258:  7 & 8 Jan 1823:  southern part of land occ by Mundell and bought by him from Simon Kelsey:  parties:  George Mundell of Hutton gardener, John Thompson of Faceby yeoman, William Jackson of Hutton tailor, Robert Brigham of Rudby gent and William Wood of Hutton gent:  bounded by land bought by John & Thomas Sidgwick from Sir Wm Hy Pennyman to E,  by Mr Sanders and Mr Wigham to W, by northern part of land bel to Thomas & William Jackson to N, by Simon Kelsey to S

ET 604:  12 & 13 Sep 1823:  4a close in Hutton Moor, previously occ by Bart Wright now by Simon Sidgwick the weaver, and buildings in Enterpen formerly used as house & occ by William Sidgwick, now used as barn & weaver’s shop & occ by Simon the weaver:  parties:  Sarah Sidgwick the elder widow of Simon yeoman of Enterpen, William Sidgwick of Hutton weaver, John Sidgwick of St Mary’s Gray, Kent, grocer, Michael Sidgwick of Enterpen merchant, William Sidgwick of Hutton yeoman & Mary his wife (Mary being the daughter of Simon decd), Jane Sidgwick & Sarah Sidgwick the younger both of Enterpen spinsters,  Simon Sidgwick of Hutton weaver, Francis Cuthbert Reed draper of Yarm and William Garbutt gent of Yarm & Stokesley:  premises devised under Will of late Simon Sidgwick

1823 Baines:  Hutton:  William Sidgwick, farmer
1823 Baines:  Hutton:  William Sidgwick, Simon Sidgwick, Michael Sidgwick, Mary Sidgwick & Sons, linen manufacturers
1823 Baines:  Hutton:  Charlotte Sidgwick, schoolmistress
1823 Baines:  Rudby:  Thomas Sidgwick, weaver
1823 Baines:  Skutterskelfe:  John Sidgwick, linen manufacturer

“Principal inhabitants” signing the Rudby terrier 1825:  Simon Kelsey, Robert Brigham, William Wood, Michael Sidgwick, Philip Gowland, James Catchasides <jnr>, and churchwardens James Catchasides and John Wrightson

10 Aug 1826:  Sarah Sidgwick married Robert Preston, schoolmaster.  At least five children

Michael Sidgwick was churchwarden in 1827-8 and 1839. 

Elizabeth Sidgwick b 13 Apr 1829, who became Mrs Russell of 15 Alma Parade, Redcar – her brother William wrote in 1908 from Darlington. Their parents were William and Mary of Brooks Farm, Trenholme Bar.

18 Jul 1828:  Lease (preliminary deed for convce):  house on Enterpen corresponding with Tithe Map 232 ie at the end of the old terrace near the Station Hotel:  John Sidgwick of Great Broughton yeoman, son & devisee of John Sidgwick of Enterpen linen manufacturer decd (1) Edward Meynell the younger of Enterpen weaver (2):  sale of 2 houses with garden behind on Enterpen:  occ by John Sidgwick decd, and now by Thomas Hawman and James Meek:  bounded by land of John Sidgwick of Broughton to E & N, by Sarah Sidgwick to W, by road to S:  part of ppty conveyed to John Sidgwick the grandfather of John Sidgwick of Broughton in deeds 15 & 16 May 1779, the release made between George Flintoff & Ann Flintoff widow (1) and John Sidgwick the grandfather (2)

FT 108:  25 Aug 1830:  Hutton Moor [Tithe Map 384 & 385]:  Michael Sedgwick late of Hutton now of Broughton weaver (1) Mary Sedgwick of Broughton widow (2) Govnors of QAB (3) Rev Robt Fawcitt curate of Hilton (4):  two closes, the Cottage & the Orchard, one about 1a the other about 2a, previously in one close “in a place called Hutton Moor” [ie that described in ET 604]:  occ by Bart Wright as tenant to Thomas Dennison, then by Michael Sidgwick:  bounded by Thomas Dennison to E & S, by George Truefitt to W, by Rounton road to N

FT 109:  21 Aug 1830:  Jaques Barn glebe lands:  Michael Sidgwick late of Hutton now of Broughton weaver & John Sidgwick late of Hutton weaver now of Deighton farmer to Rev Richard Shepherd with the QAB money:  two pieces of ground called Jaques Barn each about 1a, part of a close of 7a:  bounded by Jonathan Sanders to N & W, land of George & Mary Bowes contracted to be conveyed to Isaac Whorlton & others to E, Rounton road to S:  previously occ by James Kendrew and now by John & Michael Sidgwick

FT 294:  26 & 27 Dec 1830:  Jakebarn:  Michael Sidgwick of Hutton yeoman & John Sidgwick jnr of Hutton farmer to William Jackson of Hutton tailor:  a fenced off close of 1a called Jakebarn:  previously occ by Richard Shepherd & now by his widow Ann:  bounded by Isaac, Joseph & William Whorlton’s land to E, by land recently bought by QAB from vendors to W & N, by road to S

FS 461:  2 & 3 Feb 1831:  Thomas Sedgwick had been a tenant of Rudby estate
FS 461:  2 & 3 Feb 1831:  cottage 6a:  occ by Thomas Sidgwick at £13-14s p.a
FS 461:  2 & 3 Feb 1831:  cottage 9a:  occ by Benjamin Sidgwick at £13-14s p.a

Michael Sidgwick was a vestry member on 5 Apr 1831 who signed the election of the churchwardens.  He was at “a meeting held in vestry” on 16 Jun 1831 where they voted a church rate of 2 ½ per £ to church repairs.  He signed the election of the churchwardens and a church rate of 5 ½ per pound in April 1832.

Churchwardens’ accounts 1831/2:  “George Sidgwick Repairing Bil  1s”

“Warrant for apprehension:  George Sidgwick of Rudby, weaver, reputed father of son of Jane Mitchinson for non-payment of £21-13-2 under a maintenance order for payment of £1-15-0 lying-in expenses and 2/- per week 20 Jan 1831”

William Sidgwick bought a Catechism for 1d in the List – Middleton Book
Isabella Sidgwick is in a list of names in the Middleton Book
Charlotte Sidgwick is in a list of names in the Middleton Book
Isabella Sidgwick is in a List of Girls – Middleton Book
Wm Sidgwick is in A List of Boys – Middleton Book
[blank] Sidgwick was in A List of Boys – Middleton Book

John Sidgwick the grocer was appointed churchwarden in 1833.  He was at the meeting on 2 July 1833 when Sarah Hebbron was elected Sexton. 

John Sedgwick was in the 1836 Wesleyan Methodist class lists.
Isabella Sedgwick, Elizabeth Sedgwick were in the 1836 Wesleyan class lists
Sarah Preston nee Sidgwick is in the Wesleyan class lists 1836

Elizabeth Sidgwick:  Elizabeth & William Sidgwick:  Hannah bap 1831, Sarah bap 1834 and John bap 1837.  This could be William & Elizabeth in Rudby
Elizabeth Sidgwick:  a Bessy was the unmarried mother of Thomas, bap 20 Jan 1833
Elizabeth Sidgwick:  an Elizabeth died 1839 a54
Isabella Sidgwick:  Isabella & William had Robert Myers bap 1832.  This William Sidgwick appears not to have been born in Hutton Rudby.
 
An account of School expenditure commencing Oct 24th 1836 shows “Paid Mrs Sidgwick up to and for July 29th 1837  £4-15-0 ½d”

1838/41:  John Sidgwick, grocer & churchwarden, North End was a property owner
1838/41:  Michael Sidgwick, farmer, Enterpen was a property owner
1838/41:  Sarah Sidgwick, elderly independent, North Side, was a property owner
1838/41:  Thomas Sidgwick, linen manufacturer, North Side was a property owner

Tithe Map:  John Sidgwick owned & occ property on North End, and occupied a close on Enterpen owned by Michael Sidgwick
Tithe Map:  Michael Sidgwick was an owner & occupier on Enterpen
Tithe Map:  Sarah Sidgwick owned property on Enterpen
Tithe Map:  Thomas Sidgwick owned property on Enterpen, and occupied property on North Side and in the Kelsey Field area beyond Doctors Lane
Tithe Map:  William Sidgwick owned & occ property on Enterpen, and occupied gardens & garths on North End
Tithe Map from Elizabeth Sleigh:  William Sidgwick occ 105 gdn – North End
Tithe Map from Elizabeth Sleigh:  James Sidgwick occ 139, 140 – mid North End

In 1839 [or 1840?] Michael Sidgwick was chosen churchwarden, but this was opposed by Thomas Chapman, who demanded a vote; the ballot elected Chapman. [1839:  Eddowes lists Michael Sidgwick and Thomas Chapman; 1840:  Eddowes lists Henry Harland and Thomas Chapman.] 

1840 Whites:  Hutton Rudby:  Michael Sidgwick, gent
1840 Whites:  Hutton Rudby:  academies:  Charlotte Sidgwick
1840 Whites:  Hutton Rudby:  John Sidgwick, grocer & draper; Thomas Sidgwick, grocer & draper
1840 Whites:  Hutton Rudby:  Thomas Sidgwick, linen manufacturer

John Sedgwick:  in the 1841 Census there were three:  2 weavers and one grocer. 

1841 Census:  North Side:  Thomas Sidgwick 45, linen mfr, Sarah 45 and James Bainbridge 25, blacksmith
1841 Census:  Robert Preston was the enumerator.  He was then living on North Side a40, with Sarah (nee Sidgwick) 40, William 14, Mary 12, Sarah 8, Jane 5 and Margaret 3, and Sarah Sidgwick a80 in the household
1841 Census:  South Side:  Charlotte 15 in household of Richard Jowsey
1841 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick 20 linen weaver, Christopher 15 linen weaver, with William Charlton 11
1841 Census:  North End:  William Sidgwick 50 linen weaver, Isabella 15, with William Davison 10 and William Jowsey 55 linen weaver
1841 Census:  North End:  James Sidgwick 15 linen weaver, Charlotte 20 with George Drydale 1
1841 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick 55 linen weaver, wife and James 20 and John 15 both linen weavers, with John Stainthorp 6 born out of county
1841 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick 50 grocer, Hannah 40, with Ann Charlton 15 servant
1841 Census:  Enterpen:  William Sidgwick 55 linen weaver, Dina 50, Mary 20, William 20, Moses 14, Margaret 4
1841 Census:  Enterpen:  Michael Sidgwick 55 farmer, Mary 55 born out of county, Jane Wood 26 and Sarah Goodall 20
1841 Census:  Enterpen:  Michael Sidgwick 18 draper & grocer in household of George Wilson
1841 Census:  Enterpen:  Mary Sidgwick 85 independent and Charlotte 50 schoolmistress
1841 Census:  Enterpen:  John Sidgwick 25 linen weaver and Simon Sidgwick 45 linen weaver, in household of Thomas Simpson [who is Simon’s brother-in-law]
1841 Census:  Rudby, cottage:  Benjamin Sidgwick 55 labourer, Ruth 55, Ruth 10, Robert 7
1841 Census:  Rudby, cottage:  George Sidgwick 45 weaver, with Margaret Davison 55 servant born out of county, Jane Davison 7 and Robert Davison 1, and Thomas Sidgwick 25 Wailer/waiter
1841 Census:  Rudby, cottage:  William Sidgwick 45 weaver, Elizabeth 45, Margaret 20, Charles 14, Robert 12, Sarah 7

John Sedgwick was churchwarden in 1833 and 1841-54 and 1863-4. 

Thomas Sidgwick bought the house and garden from Thomas Spence in 1842 for £180:
GZ 204:  2 May 1842:  Thomas Spence late of Hutton weaver but now of Middlesbrough baker & shopkeeper (1) John Snowdon of Stokesley shoemaker (2) Thomas Sidgwick of Hutton linen manufacturer (3) George Wilson of Hutton linen manufacturer (4) reciting indres of 1839:  John Snowdon had lent Thomas Spence £90 with £4-17-5d interest also owing, on Spence’s property on East Side:  Spence sold Sidgwick the house (formerly 2 houses) & garden for £180, the mortgage to be paid off:  the garden & orchard to be sold to Sidgwick was staked out and contained 33 p; previously occ by Thomas Spence and now by William Meynell; the rest to be sold to John Oates; mortgagee George Wilson

GZ 206:  May 1842:  Thomas Spence to John Oates for £50:  the 2 shops, one formerly a weaver’s shop and now a carpenter’s and the other a butcher’s shop, with the ground behind now staked out and measuring 9 p:  now occ by William Meynell, William Sherwood and John Oates:  bounded by Thomas Sidgwick’s purchase from Spence to E & N, by street to W, Edmund Taylor to S; mortgagee George Wilson

‘The Cleveland Repertory’
1 Jun 1843:
Deaths:  On the 7th ult. at Hutton Rudby, the wife of John Sidgwick, aged 46
[the wife of John the grocer]

‘Stokesley News & Cleveland Reporter’, 1 Sep 1844:
Births:  On Saturday, the 24th of August, at Hutton, Charlotte, the wife of Mr James Sidgwick, of a daughter

‘Stokesley News & Cleveland Reporter’, 1 Sep 1844:
Deaths:  On Monday, the 19th of August, at Hutton, Mr William Sidgewick, Weaver, aged 53 years

25 Mar 1845:  a Vestry meeting was chaired by George Wilson:  “John Sidgwick shopkeeper appointed for Hutton Parish and Mr Barlow appoints Henry Chapman for his.  Geo Wilson Chairman” [Barlow’s family]

John Sedgwick was the churchwarden who completed the articles of inquiry 1849 and in 1853.

Oddfellows Board:  Bro:  James Sidgwick, Hutton, 28 Feb 1851, a36 [linen weaver, JBTurner]

1851 Census:  Hutton House:  George Wilson 39 linen mfr b Newcastle, Ann 34 b Kildale, Thomas Bowes 11 and John George 2;  with servants Hannah Preston 20 b Rudby and Sarah Sedgwick 17 b Hutton
1851 Census:  Enterpen:  Charlotte Sidgwick 58 schoolmistress b Rudby
1851 Census:  East Side:  Thomas Sidgwick 56 linen mfr bHutton and Sarah 58 bKnaresbrough
1851 Census:  North End:  Charlotte Sidgwick 32 licensed hawkers wife, with children John 9, Jane 6, Sarah 5, George 3, and James 1;  all born Hutton
1851 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick 28 handloom weaver linen, Jane 25, Jowhn William 3 and David 2;  all b Hutton
1851 Census:  North End:  Charlotte Sidgwick single 28 with children James 9 and Isabella 1, and nephew William Sidgwick 5 and niece Mary Ann Sidgwick 2;  all b Hutton;  and with lodger William Jowsey widower handloom weaver linen b Middleton
1851 Census:  North End:  James 30 handloom weaver linen and Mary 33 with children Jane 7, Mary 5, James 3 and William 7 mths;  all b Hutton
1851 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick widower 65 handloom weaver linen b Hutton
1851 Census:  North End:  John Sidgwick 33 hand loom weaver and Mary 28 with children Elizabeth Carter Sidgwick 6 and William 2;  all b Hutton
1851 Census:  North Side:  John Sidgwick 40 widower grocer & draper b Rudby, with lodgers Henry Willins 28 carpenter, Sidgwick’s niece Mrs Ann Willins 27, and John Thomas Willins 6, all b Hutton
1851 Census:  North Side:  Ann Sidgwick 38 tailor’s widow b Tunstill, Staffs, and visitors Sarah Jameson 20 b Alnmouth and John Thomas Smith 4, policeman’s son b Lee-gate, Durham
1851 Census:  North Side:  James Sidgwick 61 handloom weaver linen, Sarah 54, son Christopher 27 hand loom weaver linen, and visitor William Charlton single 21 journeyman carpenter;  all b Hutton
1851 Census:  North Side:  William Sidgwick 27 tailor b Rudby and wife Mary 31 dressmaker b Carlton
1851 Census:  Enterpen:  Dinah Sidgwick widow 62 retd innkeeper b Welbury and son William 29 hand loom weaver b Hutton Rudby
1851 Census:  Enterpen:  Thomas Simpson 52 widower, ag lab, b Potto, and unmarried children Mary Ann 26 housekeeper, Thomas 23 ag lab, Jane 20, Hannah 17,  all born Hutton Rudby;  with son-in-law John Sidgwick 32 hand loom weaver widower [?], brother-in-law Simon Sidgwick single 60 hand loom weaver, both born Hutton Rudby

Charlotte Sidgwick’s name is jotted in Barlow’s Notebook, as buried 26 Sep 1852

“Dinah Sidgwick ill” in Feb 1853 is given 2s6d, in Barlow’s Notebook

20 Nov 1855:  Eland to Codling:  Mustard Garth 1r 28p:  previously occ by Hannah Kay widow, then by Thomas Eland, now used as allotment gardens occupied by John Sidgwick, Robert Preston, Anthony Smith, Anthony Smith jnr, Thomas Milburn, Thomas Crook and Christopher Garbutt

Thomas Sidgwick is listed in Barlow’s Notebook, giving 1s to charity collection

“Principal inhabitants” signing the record of exchange of bounties on 28 Sep 1857:  Robert Braithwaite, John Rickatson, George Wilson, Henry Willins, John Robinson, Thomas Sidgwick, John Sidgwick, George Davison [Terriers]

Sarah Sidgwick was one of two linen manufacturers in the village in 1861

1861 Census:  Hutton House:  George Wilson 50 sailcloth mfr b Newcastle, Ann 45 b Kildale, James 23 commoner Wadham, Alan 21 sailcloth mfr, and Ann Hutton W. 5;  cook Elizabeth Ann Hold 28 b Durham and housemaid Elizabeth Sidgwick 18

John Sedgwick was churchwarden in 1833 and 1841-54 and 1863-4. 

11 May 1868:  Codling mortgage:  Mustard garth bounded by John Oates & George Davison to E, Robert Southeran to S and John Sidgwick to N

“Wm Sidgwick wife” is given 3s6d on 20 Mar 1869, in Barlow’s Notebook
[William the weaver and his wife would then both be 73 years old. William the tailor was younger]

1872 Post Office Directory:  carriers:  to Middlesbrough, James Sidgwick, Friday; to Stockton, James Sidgwick, Wednesday
1872 Post Office Directory:  Rudby:  Robert Sidgwick, boot & shoe maker

Exors of Michael Sidgwick owned Layton House until April 1914 [Rate Books 1914-20]

The 1881 CD-Rom shows there were 16 households headed by Hutton Rudby born Sedgwicks, 10 of them living in the village


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