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Elizabeth Cole [Browne]
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Date
Type
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Source
 
c 1725
Born
daughter of William Browne of Westerham
 
 
19th Mar 1725
Christened
At St. Mary's Church in the Parish of Westerham, Kent
Lionel Cole's records
 
24th Sep 1744
Married
James Cole at St. Mary's Church in the Parish of Westerham, Kent
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Lionel Cole's records
 
c Oct 1744
Birth of a son
William in the Parish of Westerham, Kent
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1747
Birth of a daughter
Elizabeth in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1748
Birth of a son
James in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1752
Birth of a son
John in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1755
Birth of a daughter
Hannah in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1757
Birth of a son
James in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1761
Birth of a son
George in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
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1764
Birth of a son
Edward in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
Lionel Cole's records
 
Apr 1796
Died
In the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent; aged 75 years
Lionel Cole's records
 
27th Apr 1796
Buried
At St. Peter and St. Paul in the Parish of Edenbridge, Kent
Edenbridge Parish Registers


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ELIZABETH BROWNE

Elizabeth Browne was baptized in Westerham on March 19th 1725, the daughter of William Browne of Westerham.

WILLIAM BROWNE, the father of Elizabeth Browne was the youngest son of Richard Browne of Westerham. In the will of Richard Browne (Drb 1715) :
To his eldest son Giles a farm in Billingshurst called Redfold.
His daughter Elizabeth not mentioned.
To his son Joseph £15.
To his sons Richard, Thomas and William his estate in Westerham.
To his daughters Jane and Sarah £60 each.
Richard Browne owned part of Colemans Farm and a farm called Medhurst in the southeast corner of Westerham parish (later part of Puddledock Farm). In the title of his will Medhurst was confused with Medhurst Row which is in Edenbridge. Richard Browne, an Anabaptist, was buried at French Street burial ground, Westerham, May 31st 1714. Witness: Mary Pocknell. His unnamed wife was buried on October 29th 1702, probably in the same place. (Westerham parish register).

Very little can be said about William Browne.
1719 Apr 3rd Baptism of his son John at Westerham parish church.
1720 Nov 25th Baptism of his son William at Westerham parish church.
1729 Nov 7th Baptism of his daughter Mary at Westerham parish church.
William Browne yeoman was chosen borsholder of Westerham Upland in 1732 and constable of Westerham Hundred in 1739.
In the 1751 rental of the Manor of Westerham :
Richard, Thomas and William Browne for Great Medhurst 8s 6d and for Combe 2s (Westerham Upland).
In 1773 Francis Austen esq owned Great Medhurst and Colemans, and also Combe occupied by William Browne.

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The ancestral pedigree of Elizabeth Cole [Browne]
   
 James Colem: 24th Sep 1744 St. Mary's Church, Westerham, KentElizabeth Browne 
 b: 1720 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 16th Apr 1720 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: December 1795 Edenbridge, Kent, aged 77 years
bur: 9th Dec 1795 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
  b: c 1725 daughter of William Browne of Westerham
ch: 19th Mar 1725 St. Mary's Church, Westerham, Kent
d: April 1796 Edenbridge, Kent, aged 75 years
bur: 27th Apr 1796 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
  
         
William Elizabeth James John Hannah James George Edward 
b: c October 1744 Westerham, Kent
ch: 9th Oct 1744 St. Mary's Church
d: July 1822 Brasted, Kent, aged 77 years
bur: 12th Jul 1822 St. Martin's Church, Brasted, Kent
 b: 1747 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 11th Mar 1747 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: before 19th Mar 1747 Edenbridge, Kent
bur: 19th Mar 1747 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
 b: 1748 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 17th Apr 1748 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: November 1752 Edenbridge, Kent
bur: 11th Nov 1752 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
 b: 1752 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 29th Oct 1752 St. Peter and St. Paul
 b: 1755 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 20th Apr 1755 St. Peter and St. Paul
 b: 1757 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 1st Jan 1758 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: 1835 Hever, Kent, aged 78 years
bur: 1st Sep 1835 St. Peter's Church, Hever, Kent
 b: 1761 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 19th Jul 1761 St. Peter and St. Paul
d: November 1823 Edenbridge, Kent, aged 63 years
bur: 12th Nov 1823 St. Peter and St. Paul, Edenbridge, Kent
 b: 1764 Edenbridge, Kent
ch: 22nd Jan 1764 St. Peter and St. Paul
 
                  
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