Family of Charles Chisnall and Abigail Bedford

  • Husband:

  • Charles Chisnall (1743?-1805)

  • Wife:

  • Abigail Bedford (1749?-1827)

  • Children:

  • Richard Chisnell (1779?- )

  • Marriage:

  • 5 Nov 1771

  • St. Mary's Church, The Street, Raydon, Suffolk, England1,2

Husband: Charles Chisnall

  • Name:

  • Charles Chisnall1

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • 1743 (app)3,4

  •  

  • Death:

  • Jul 1805 (age 61-62)3,4

  •  

  • Burial:

  • 25 Jul 1805

  • St. Mary's Church, The Street, Raydon, Suffolk, England3,4

  •  

  • aged 62

Wife: Abigail Bedford

  • Name:

  • Abigail Bedford1,2

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • 1749 (app)3,4

  •  

  • Death:

  • Oct 1827 (age 77-78)3,4

  •  

  • Burial:

  • 19 Oct 1827

  • St. Mary's Church, The Street, Raydon, Suffolk, England3,4

Child 1: Richard Chisnell

  • Name:

  • Richard Chisnell5

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Spouse:

  • Frances Abbott (1784?-1815)

  • Occupation:

  •  

  • jobber 18136

  • Birth:

  • 1779 (app)1,7

  •  

  • Baptism:

  • 17 Jan 1779 (age 0)

  • All Saints, Little Wenham, Suffolk, England1

  •  

  • son of Charles and Abigail Chisnall

  • Criminal:

  • 19 Oct 1813 (age 33-34)

  • Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England8,9

  •  

  • charged along with Israel Leet with stealing 16 geese from Edward Mullett of East Bergholt and committed to Ipswich gaol

  • Criminal:

  • 15 Jan 1814 (age 34-35)

  • Quarter Sessions, Shire Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk, England10

  •  

  • was sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing 16 geese valuie of £3 (~£120 in 2005) from Edward Mullett of East Bergholt

  • Criminal:

  • 28 Apr 1814 (age 34-35)

  • Ipswich Gaol, Ipswich, Suffolk, England11

  •  

  • removed from the County gaol in Ipswich to the hulk Captivity in Portsmouth pending transportation

  • Criminal:

  • 29 Apr 1814 (age 34-35)

  • Captivity, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England7

  •  

  • arrived from Ipswich gaol aged 34 and kept there until 22nd March 1920

  • Criminal:

  • 22 Mar 1820 (age 40-41)

  • Captivity, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England7

  •  

  • was given a free pardon

  • Miscellaneous:

  • aft 1820

  •  

  •  

  • seems to have disappeared

Sources

1.

Suffolk Family History Society Colneis and Samford Baptisms 1754-1812, (2012 SFK-BPI-07/P2 own copy).

2.

Suffolk Family History Society - Carlford, Colneis, Samford & Wilford Marriages 1754-1812, (2011 SFK-MI/04 own copy).

3.

Suffolk Family History Society - Suffolk Burial Index, (2009 SFK-BUI/2 own copy).

4.

The Federation of Family History Societies, National Burial Index for England & Wales v.3, (2010 own copy).

5.

Suffolk Records Office (Ipswich) - Parish Records. Bentley baptism fiche:9. Suffolk Record Office (Ipswich), Suffolk Record Office, Gateacre Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

6.

Ibid. East Bergholt St. Mary fiche:7 of 31. Cit. Date: 6 February 2012. Suffolk Record Office (Ipswich), Suffolk Record Office, Gateacre Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

7.

Ancestry UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books, 1802-1849, ( on-line at www.ancestry.co.uk). Captivity 1801-1836 class:HO9 piece:8.

8.

FindMyPast Newspaper article, ( on-line at www.findmypast.co.uk). The Bury and Norwich Post Wednesday 27th October 1813 page:2.

9.

Ibid. The Suffolk Chronicle Saturday 23rd October 1813 page:4.

10.

Ibid. The Ipswich Journal Saturday 22nd January 1814 page:3.

11.

Ibid. The Ipswich Journal Saturday 30th April 1814 page:2.