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William Talbot (V)
(1670-1714)
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William Talbot (VI)
(1692-1733)
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William Talbot (VII)
(1724-1781)

 

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1. Ann Lush

2. Hannah Chant
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William Talbot (VII) 1732

  • Born: 1724
  • Christened: 2 Oct 1724, Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1733,1734
  • Marriage (1): Ann Lush 11 Jun 1741 in Blandford Forum, Dorset, England 1728,1729
  • Marriage (2): Hannah Chant 16 Oct 1768 in Frome St. Quintin, Dorset, England 1730,1731
  • Died: 1781 at age 57
  • Buried: 8 Jan 1781, Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1735

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bullet  General Notes:

On several occasions elected Constable of the Hundred of George, a position he held then for several years. For instance he was elected in 1753 as constable and then in 1769 other men were elected "...in the stead of William Talbot and..." (Quarter Session Books.)

The assertion that he is the William baptized in Broadmayne in 1742 has been put forward, but that badly smudged entry in the Parish register reads
1742 - "William Son of William and A [smudged] utt bas baptised 8th of October --- 1742"
This baptism was also recorded in West Knighton and is more clear that this William was the son of William and Ann Talbot. 1736

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bullet  Events

Guardianship, 1743, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. 1737 Became the legal ward of Richard Talbot guardian. "...lawfully assigned to William Talbot a minor the natural and lawful Son of William Talbot the Elder late of this Parish of Broadmaine...aforesaid Intestate..."

Guardianship: William Talbot, nephew of Richard Talbot, 19 Jan 1742/43, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. 1701

Constable: The Hundred of George, 1747, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. 1738 "The like order as before for electing William Talbot of Broadmaine Yeoman and ...to be Constables of the hundred of George for the Year ensuing..."

Military: Militia, 1750, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. 1739 Named and compiled the list of all the men now residing and belonging to the Parish of Broadmayne between the age of Eighteen and fifty years.
Actual date of July 1750 gleaned from surrounding list dates.

Constable: The Hundred of George, 2 Oct 1753, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. 1740

Will, 22 Mar 1777, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. Written and signed on this date.

Probate: Will Proved, 7 Mar 1781, Broadmayne, Dorset, England. Proved by oath of James Sherron and Walter Swyer Spicer.
The will named James Sherron and William Thresher executors. Walter becomes final executor presummed that William Thresher died or became incapacitated between 1777 and 1781


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William likely married Ann Lush 11 Jun 1741 in Blandford Forum., daughter of John Lush and Elizabeth Alexander, 11 Jun 1741 in Blandford Forum, Dorset, England 1728.,1729 (Ann Lush was born in 1721, christened 26 Oct 1721 in Stour Provost, Dorset, England,1741,1742 died in 1760 and was buried 29 Apr 1760 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1743.)


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William next married Hannah Chant 16 Oct 1768 in Frome St. Quintin, Dorset, England 1730.,1731 (Hannah Chant died in 1775 and was buried 20 Aug 1775 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1744.)




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