LAPHAM one-name study

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  • ID: I4302
  • Name: Charles Horler
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: BEF 8 JUN 1777 in Of Chorlton, Kilmersdon
  • Death: BEF 25 FEB 1853 1
  • Note:
    My gr-gr-grandmother Ann Mary Horler d/o Charles Horler and Jane
    Wrintmoor.
    Charles Horler s/o Richard Horler and Mary Britten.
    Richard Horler s/o Abraham Horler and Margaret Maggs.

    Long winded form:

    My great great grandparents were William Lapham and Ann M. Harlor. They
    are both buried at Cylon, St. Croix County, Wisconsin in the Methodist
    Cemetery. On their gravestones it states they were born in Somersetshire,
    England. William's gravestone gives the dates 12 July 1812 to 26 Feb
    1891. Ann's stone gives 10 April 1808 to 25 June 1904. The Harlor
    spelling is from her gravestone.

    At least four of their children were born in Welton or in Midsomer
    Norton.

    The parish marriage records of Midsomer Norton state William Lapham and
    Ann Mary Horler were married 26 June 1834. On the marriage record William
    signed by mark, Ann signed her name and the witnesses were William Young,
    Eliza Hadley or Hartley, and William [Pearce?].

    Their known children, childrens' birth dates and source of birth dates
    are:

    Charles May 18351900 Census (bapt 7 June
    35, Norton)
    John Albert 7 Oct 1837Gravestone, Buckley, WA
    Sarah17 Nov 1839Family Record
    Matthewc. 18421880 Census
    (Maria) Hannah1 Feb 1847PRO
    Mary15 Jun 1851PRO (bapt 13 July 1851, Wesleyan,
    Midsomer Norton)

    In the 1851Census of the Tithing of Welton, Midsomer Norton, it states
    that William Lappen [sic] age 39 was born in Kilmersdon and his wife Ann
    age 42 was born at Charleton.

    Ann Mary Horler is presumed to be the daughter of Charles Horler and his
    wife Jane Wrintmoor. The family lived at Charlton in the Parish of
    Kilmersdon.

    Charles Horler and Jane Wrintmoor were married at Kilmersdon 9 April
    1798. Among their children was Ann Mary Horler bapt 4 Sept 1808 at Lypeat
    [present day Lipyeate?].

    Jane was apparently the daughter of Thomas Wrintmoor and his wife Sarah.

    Charles Horler was likely Charles, baptized at Kilmersdon 8 June 1777,
    son of Richard Horler and Mary Britten. Richard Horler and Mary Britten
    were married at Kilmersdon 16 Oct 1774.

    Richard Horler was likely the Richard, baptized at Kilmersdon 21 May
    1748, son of Abraham Horler and Margaret Maggs.

    Your cousin,

    Dave Axe
    Index, WA (USA)




    Marriage 1 Jane Wrintmoor b: 14 OCT 1774 in Of Chorlton, Kilmersdon
    • Married: 9 APR 1798 in Kilmersdon 1
    Children
    1. Has Children Maria Horler b: BEF 8 APR 1804
    2. Has Children Ann Mary Horler b: 10 APR 1808 in Charlton, or Welton, Midsomer Norton, Somerset

    Sources:
    1. Title: David Axe
      Repository:
      Media: Book

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