CARHAMPTON Names in blue indicate no issue or never reached adulthood.
George m. Christian
d. abt 1586 d. pre 1586
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Thomas Andrew Lawrence Jone Elizabeth Christian Joane Jane Margaret Johan Anne
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I I Joan Skinner William Andrew Richard
Christian Alice see Dunster EVERETT DOOFILL TANNER
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Andrew George Mary Margaret Christian Elizabeth Jone
ANDREW: Bequeathed three pounds ? shillings and eight pence in father's will.
CHRISTIAN: Bequeathed one Angelett? in father's will.
ELIZABETH: Bequeathed one Angelett? in father's will.
GEORGE: Will made 4th December 1586 at which point he was "sicke in bodye". George of Carhampton. Requests that he is buried "neare to Christian my wiffe" in the church of Carhampton. Bequests are made to three churches - Wells Cathedral 5 pence, and 3 shillings and 4 pence to the churches of Carhampton and Withycombe. The poor folk of the two later churches were also bequeathed 5 shillings and 8 pence per church.
JONE: Bequeathed one Angelett? in father's will.
LAWRENCE: Bequeathed 5 shillings in father's will.
THOMAS: Bequeathed a gold ring that was his mothers, in father's will along with residue left from balance of estate. He was the sole executor..
Hugh Escott b. abt 1561 (of Porlock - descendant of Robert D'Escott - alive 1468)
Hugh Escott m. Mary Ford
b. abt 1586 1621 b. abt 1600
d. 14 Jul 1642 d. 16 Aug 1632
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Richard John Hugh Matthew Mary Thomasin
c. 1 Aug 1622 b. abt 1624 b. abt 1626 b. pre 1628 b. pre 1632 b. pre 1632
d. 5 Aug 1673
m. 1649 m. m. m.
Ellen Bickham Ann Bickham Mary Bickham Grace Winter
b. 1623 I
d. 1717 born between 1655 and 1674 (none of age at time of will)
bur 2/7 Aug ______I______________________________________________
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I Richard Hugh Aldred Giles Mary
I 2 Jan 1663
I ? see Dunster see below
I Hugh m. Joan Withycombe
I 24 Jul 1686
I all c. Carhampton
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I Grace Hugh Mary John female Joan William
I 2 Jul 1687 15 Jan 1688/9 19 Jun 1690 22 Jun 1692 5 May 1694 26 Mar 1696 8 Jun 1700
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William Richard Aldred Francis Mary Joane Ellen
b. 1655 abt. 1656 abt. 1657 abt. 1658 abt. 1659 abt. 1660 abt. 1661
d. 1672/3 d. 30 Oct 1735 d. 1698 ? d. 1709 d. 1703
bur. 3 Mar bur. 4 Nov bur. May bur. 10 Apr m. bur. 18 May
I m. James Sully m. 1677
I Elizabeth John RICHARDS
I I_______________ bur. 3 Jan 1717
I I I
I Richard Aldred I
I I bur. 28 Jun 1754
m. 2. Margaret Rowton m. 1. Susanna
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Bickham William Richard Robert Aldred Joan Jane Mary m. 20 Sept 1718
abt 1703 abt 1705 abt 1689 abt 1691 4 Oct 1694 abt 1695 abt 1697 abt 1699
d. 1754 bur. 11 Sep 1730 I
m. m. I
Sarah Hay Mary I
I bur. 31 Dec 1741 I
I I Catherine
James Bickham m. 1751
b. 10/16 Mar b. 3 Nov 1731 George SWEET
c. 13 Apr c. 25 Nov 26 Aug 1724
1732/3 Kittisford bur. 16 Dec 1809
bur. 4 Jun 1733 bur. 9 Nov 1801
Brompton Ralph I_____________________________________
Kittisford I I
m. Thomas SWEET Catherine SWEET
bur. 17 Apr 1842 d. 1850
I I I m. 2 May 1799 m. 1784
Mary Sarah Bickham Elizabeth Stogumber and Wells Cathedral
b. 13 Apr 1770 b. 5 Jul 1771 b. 1 Jan 1773 Mary ESCOTT Charles BARTER
c. 3 Jun c. 7 Jul c. 18 Jan c. 15 Sep 1778 1770 - 1856 I
Stogumber William Brudenell
Sarah Sweet Escott
THOMAS CHANGED NAME TO SWEET - ESCOTT 1810 (first cousin)
see Brompton Ralph
ALDRED abt 1657: Bequeathed the sum of 300 pounds in father's will.
ALDRED (son of Hugh and Mary): Bequeathed the sum of 100 pounds, "one bedd performed", the chest in the parlour chamber and silver bowl and a gold ring and the little silver salt, in his father's will when he reached 21 yrs.
Oxford University - "Aldred, son of Richard of Carhampton, Somerset, gent. Exeter College, Matric. 23 Jun 1716 aged 17, BA 1720, MA 1723."
BICKHAM abt 1703:
Wife SARAH HAY: Had a sister Margaret who was engaged to owner of Hartrow and she inherited the manor upon his early demise. She in turn lefy it to her nephew Bickham Escott who took over in 1753.
Oxford University - Bickham, son of Richard of Carhampton, Somerset, gent. Trinity College, Matric. 9 Mar. 1721 aged 16, BA 1725, MA 1728. Rector of Kittisford."
BICKHAM 1731: Rector of Kittisford. 1778 - Rev Bickham Escott of Hartrow at time of daughter Elizabeth's Christening in Stogumber. Bickham inherited Hartrow in 1753 from his Aunt Margaret Hay. He in turn left it to his daughter Mary Escott in 1801 - at this time she was married to her cousin Thomas Sweet who later in 1810 changed his surname to Escott.
Oxford University - Bickham, son of Bickham of Kittisford, Somerset, cler. Exeter College, Matric. 5 May. 1749 aged 17, Fellow 1752 - 7. BA 1754, MA 1755.
ELLEN abt 1661: Married John Richards, son of John Richards and Barbara Pyne. Bequeathed "one bedd pirformed" plus the sum of 300 pounds.
ESCOTT RICHARDS: Rev, Clergyman. Rector of Kittisford 1715 - 1721. MA (Oxon). Canon of Wells Cathedral.
FRANCIS abt 1658: Bequeathed the sum of 300 pounds. Also an executor of brother Aldred's will along with brother Richard and brother-in-law, James Sully.
GEORGE SWEET 1724: of Bradnich and Tiverton, Devon.
GILES (son of Hugh and Mary): Bequeathed the sum of 100 pounds, "one bedd performed, the blacke chest and eight silver spoons" from his father's will when he reached 21 yrs.
HUGH abt 1561: Hugh, son of Hugh a recipint in the Will of George Escott 1586.
HUGH 1586: Of Carhampton.
Wife MARY: Daughter of Richard Ford.
HUGH abt 1626: Gentleman of Sandhill Carhampton. Bequeathed a "mourning ring" in brother Richard's will.
In The Name of God Amen
The twentie sixth day of November in the five and twentieth year of our Sovereign Lord Charles the second xxxx King of England and in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred xxxxx and ffxx I Hugh Escott of the Parish of Carhampton in the countie of Sommerset Yoman being sicke in bodie but of perfect mynd and memorie, praised be to God, revoking all former wills by mee made, doe make and ordaine this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following (viz) First I commend my soul to God my maker xxxx gave it And my bodie to christian buryall to be decently interred, hoping of a joyfull resurection
Item I give unto the poore of Carhampton thirtie shillings to be distributed and payd by my Executrix within one month next after my death.
Item I give to the poore of Withycombe twentie shillings to be distributed and payd within one month next after my death.
Item I give and devise unto my son Richard Escott and his heire : male the inheritance of all that parcel of land at Leyghland within the Parish of Old Cleeve and Countie of Somerset ymediately after hee shall accomplish the age of one and twentie years with full power to make that woman which hee shall marrie and take to wife an Estate for Terme of her life in the said parcell of land Alsoe I give unto my son Richard my gold ring that I usually weare, and one Bedd performed, and one Chest called the xxxx Chest and all to have xxxxx on hoo shall accomplish the age of one and twenty years to, and if my sonne Richard shall happen to dye without issue = male, that then the inheritance of the said parcell of land shall redound unto my sonne Hugh Escott and his heire = male my land at Alcome = crofte, and Stanton and one hundred pounds of lawfull money of England, and my gold signet and my old silver Bowle and the great silver salt and one Bedd performed and one Chest and all to have upon hoo shall accomplish the age of one and twenty years. And if the said Hugh Escott doe happen to dye without issue = male, that if on the inheritance of the severall parcelles of land shall redound and remain & to my sonne Aldred Escott and his heire=male
Item I give unto my sonne Aldred Escott one hundred pounds of life lawfull money and one Bedd performed and the Chest standing in the parlor=chamber and one silver Bowle and a gold Ring and the little silver salt, and all to have when hee shall accomplish the age of one and twentie years
Item I give unto my son Giles Escott one hundred pounds of life lawfull money, and one Bedd performed, the blacke Chest and eight silver Spoones and all to have when hee shall accomplish the age of one and twentie years, And if my sonne Aldred Escott doe happen to dye without issue=male that then the inheritance of the severall parcells shall redound unto my sonne Giles Escott and his heire=male
Item I give unto my daughter Mary Escott one hundred and fiftie pounds of life lawfull money and one Bedd performed and eight silver spoons and one little silver bowle and the box standing in the parlour=chamber marked with the letters M. E. and all to have upon shee shall accomplish the age of one and twentie years.
Item if Mary my wife be nowe with child, I give unto the said Child or Children one hundred pounds to be payd unto him her or them upon xxxxx or xxxxx shall accomplish the age of one and twentie one years; and my Will and meaning is that if my sonns Richard, Hugh, Aldred and Giles doe dye without issue = male Then the Inheritance aforsaid to redound come and be to their and every of their issue=female successively and alsoe that my Executrix shall provide sufficient mainteynance for all my children untill they and every of them respectively accomplish their xxxxx ages expressed in my said Will; And if any or either of my child or children happen to dye before they or either of them shall accomplish his her or their severall Ages expressed in my said Will xxxxxx them Legacie or Legacies given by my said Will shall be equally divided amongst the survivors of my said children; Moreover, my Will is that my Wife shall have the benefitt and profitt of all my Lands and Goods towards the maintenance of my children for long as shee lives a widow performing my Will according to the xxxx and xxxxx thereof: But if she marrie againe and not sufficient securitie given before her intermarriage by the approbation of my overseers of this my last will and testament, xxxxx I doe authorize my said overseers to xxxxxx and take the benefit and profit of all my Lands and Goods for the performance of my said Will; All the rest of my Goods and Chattells not formerly given nor bequeathed (my debts and legacies payd and my funerall charges satisfyed) I doe give and bequeath unto Mary Escott my wife, xxxxx I doe make and ordaine to be my whole and sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testamt. And I doe desire and intreat my wellbeloved Friends John Escott and Mattew Escott my brothers and my Kinsman William Escott to be overseers of this my last Will and Testament to see the same in all thinges performed as much as in xxxx xxxxxx and for their paines: taking therein I doe give them twentie shillings apiece. And lastly having xxxxxx this xxxxxxx distinctly xxx unto mee, and xxx perfectly understood the same doe I declare this to be my last Will and Testam: approving the same: In testimony whereof I have hereunto of my hand and seale this day and yeare first about written: Hugh Escott
Sealed, signed and approved of in the presence of us witnesses Thomas xxthard William xxillo The mark of Richard Sully
Text in Latin
Wife MARY: Daughter of Aldred Bickham.
HUGH (son of Hugh and Mary): Bequeathed the lease of land at Alcombe and Stanton, the sum of 100 pounds, "my gold signet ring, and my old silver bowle and the greater silver salt and one bedd performed and one chest " from his father's will when he reached 21 yrs.
Wife ? JOAN Withycombe: Daughter of John (will dated 1695) and Grace.
JOANE abt 1660: Bequeathed "one bedd pirformed" plus the sum of 300 pounds.
JOHN abt 1624: Bequeathed a "mourning ring" in brother Richard's will. Given 20 shillings in his brother Hughs will for being an oversser of will along with brother Mathew and kinsman William Escott.
Wife ANN: daughter of Amos Bickham.
MARY pre 1632: Bequeathed the sum of five shillings in brother Richard's will.
MARY abt 1659: Bequeathed "one bedd pirformed" plus the sum of 300 pounds.
MARY (daughter of Hugh and Mary): Bequeathed the sum of 150 pounds, "one bedd performed and eight silver spoons and one little silver bowle and the box standing in the parlour chamber" from her father's will when she reached 21 yrs.
MARY 1770: Married her cousin Thomas Sweet and shortly afterwards inherited Hartrow in 1801 - later in 1810 he changed his surname to Escott.
Husband THOMAS SWEET 1769:
MATTHEW abt 1628: Bequeathed a "mourning ring" in brother Richard's will. Given 20 shillings in his brother Hughs will for being an oversser of will along with brother John and kinsman William Escott.
Wife GRACE: daughter of Janny Winter.
RICHARD 1622: Of Escott Farm, Carhampton. Will written 5th Aug 1673 while "weake of body"
Wife ELLEN: Daughter of Aldred Bickham. Sole executive of husband's will.
RICHARD abt 1656: Mr. of Escott in church register for burial. Bequeathed several leases in Dunster (Alcomb) parish in fathers will. Also an executor of brother Aldred's will along with brother Francis and brother-in-law, James Sully.
Wife MARY: Died of Small Pox.
RICHARD (son of Hugh and Mary):
THOMAS SWEET 1769:
Married his first cousin, Mary Escott. Rector of Kittisford 1802-1824 & 1831-1842 and of Brompton Ralph 1802-1842. Of Hartrow when died. 1841 - 75 yrs born out of county, dwelling Hartrow, Stogumber, with wife and daughters Catharine and Salome - both aged 30 yrs.
Educated Blundells School and Balliol, Oxford (MA & Fellow). Prebendary of Wedmore in Wells Cathedral 1819-1842.
Wife MARY ESCOTT 1770: 1841 - 70 yrs.
THOMASIN pre 1632: Bequeathed the sum of five shillings in brother Richard's will.
WILLIAM 1655: Left his father's "gold signett and my best silver ffaggon or tanker" in will.
WILLIAM BRUDENELL BARTER: Rev. MA Rector of Burghchere and Highchere, Hants. Married first cousin Sarah Sweet Escott. No issue.
Giles m. Catherine Lerwill of Old Cleeve
abt 1669 16 May 1673 abt 1671
St Mary Magdalen bur. 27 May 1769
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Margaret Richard Susanna Elizabeth Benjamin
14 May b. 1697 31 Dec 9 May 1717
1695 c. 19 Feb 1706/7 1700 b. Kitswall
bur. 5 Mar 1775 bur. 31 Jul 1800
m. 9 Jun 1731 m. m. 12 Jun 1734 m. m.
Roger Bryant Mary Henry Leigh John Newton Joan Wheddon
Dec 1701 abt 1714
I bur. 6 Feb 1808
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John Giles William Grace Robert Thomas Betty Henry
BRYANT BRYANT BRYANT abt 1733 LEIGH LEIGH LEIGH LEIGH I
St Decumans I
d. pre 1769 I
George Stenner I
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Robert Ann Thomas I
LEIGH LEIGH LEIGH I
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Betty Susannah Mary Joan Jane Grace Benjamin Giles Thomas
30 Apr 1739 10 Feb 1739/40 14 Mar 1741/2 23 May 1745 9 Mar 1745/6 14 Mar 1747/8 pre 1750 abt 1750 13 Aug 1756
bur 14 Aug 1842 bur. 1Jul 1809
m. 17 May 1762 m. 2 Jun 1778 see Cutcombe
m. Joan Burnell m. 11 Nov 1783
John Clement William Edmonds Huish Champflower
not in Catherine's will
NOTES: "Information on the 18th Century Escotts of Kittisford, Carhampton and Huish Champflower comes from theParish Registers, Land Tax Returns and documents relating to Middle Brown Farm in Huish Champflower originally belonging to the Escott family of Carhampton. These docs show that Benjamin Escott of Kitswall, Carhampton 'was possessed of the messuage farm or tenement ..... for the residue of a term of 1000 yrs which commenced 20 Oct 1737'. Land tax records don't show an Escott at Middle Brown Farm until 1783 - but the doc was principally recording an agreement made on the 6th Oct 1783 between 1. Benjamin Escott of Kitswall, gentleman, 2. Thomas Escott of Huish Champflower, youngest son of the said Benjamin Escott, 3. William Grant of Ashbrittle, yeoman and Betty Grant his eldest daughter, 4. William Bucknell of Huish Champflower, gentleman, 5. Giles Escott and William Edmonds. It appears that Benjamin Escott sold the farm to the last three parties listed and that his son Thomas Escott, after his marriage to Betty Grant, was to receive the rents and profits of the farm during his lifetime. This would also pass to his widow and children. Circumstantial evidence suggests that Benjamin Escott of Kitswall was he who was buried at Carhampton, aged 84 on the 31st July 1800. He had a first son Benjamin who inherited Kitswall and appears on Poor Rate valuations at least until 1823. Old Benjamin's youngest son was Thomas Escott of Huish Champflower.
BENJAMIN ESCOTT 1717: Died aged 84 yrs. Sole executor of his mother's will and inherited the residue of the estate.
Wife JOAN WHEDDON: Bequeathed her mother-in-laws mourning ring (which she usually wore).
BENJAMIN ESCOTT pre 1750: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
BETTY ESCOTT 1739: Husband a Skinner of Dunster. Witnesses Thomas Escott and George Widlake. Married by lic.
BETTY LEIGH: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
GILES ESCOTT abt 1669: Most likely the son of Hugh and Mary. Of Carhampton at time of marriage - by lic.
Wife CATHERINE: Will proved at London 17th June 1769.
GILES ESCOTT abt 1750: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
GILES BRYANT: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
GRACE ESCOTT abt 1733: Bequeathed estates in Devonshire to share equally with her father Richard from her grandmother's will.
GRACE ESCOTT : 1748: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
HENRY LEIGH: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
JANE ESCOTT 1746: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
JOAN ESCOTT 1745: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
JOHN BRYANT: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
JOHN NEWTON: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
MARY ESCOTT 1742: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
RICHARD ESCOTT 1695: Bequeathed estates in Devonshire to share equally with his daughter Grace from his mother's will.
SUSANNA 1697: married Henry Leigh, yeoman of Carhampton. Bequeathed 50 Pound in mother's will (that her husband had to keep his hands off!). However husband Henry was given 20 pound to dicharge Catherine's funeral expenses.
SUSANNA ESCOTT 1740: Married by lic. Spinster of Carpampton m. William Edmond, soujourner. Witnesses Benjamin Escott and John Greenslade. Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
THOMAS ESCOTT 1756: Died aged 53 yrs of Huish Champflower. Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
THOMAS LEIGH: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
WILLIAM BRYANT: Bequeathed 10 Pound in grandmother's will.
Amos Amos m. Mary Richard m. Margaret Newton George m. Joan
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Amos John William Elnor Robert Jane Robert
27 Aug 1704 26 Jun 1707 13 May 1710 21 May 1712 25 Apr 1705 10 Jul 1715 14 Mar 1708
? m. 29 Oct ? m. 1 Dec
Betty Blackwell John Tow....
Richard m. Mary Withycombe
18 Aug. 1724 8 Aug 1697
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Mary Mary Richard Catherine James Catherine William Grace
1 Jul 1725 22 Aug 1728 14 Feb 1729/30 5 Dec 1734 1 Nov 1737 7 Dec 1738 4 Dec 1740 abt 1740
bur. 3 Mar 1726 bur. 8 Jan 1737/8 bur. 15 Mar 1740/1
RICHARD ? 1689: possibly son of Richard and Susanna.
Wife MARY WITHYCOMBE: Daughter of William Withycombe of Dunster and Grace Withycombe. Died pre 1752.
James m. Sarah Case John m. Joan Francis m. Mary
26 Dec 1727 I I
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William James John Richard John Mary
13 Apr 1728 6 Dec 1730 9 Nov 1735 12 Feb 1728/9 29 Jul 1731 19 Oct 1732
John abt 1732 buried Dunster 9 Jun 1796 aged 64 yrs.
John m. Alice Hole William m. Joan John m. Ann William m. Joan
d. 1768 17 Apr d. 1751
bur 16 Apr 1745 bur 27 Jul I I
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John Alice John James John Jane Mary
27 Jun 1737 24 Nov 1746 7 Feb 1763 10 Nov 1765 11 Dec 1785 25 May 1788 10 Jul 1791
bur. 4 Dec 1800
Benjamin m. Mary
b. 23 Mar 1800
c. 28 Mar 1800
George m. Mary Turrel
b. abt 1785 23 Dec 1813 b. abt 1786
bur. 20 Dec 1850
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Elizabeth John Ann George Thomas Eliza William George
17 Sep 1815 16 Nov 1817 18 Jul 1819 7 Oct 1821 b. abt 1822 10 Oct 1824 26 Nov 1826 1 Feb 1829
bur. 1 Feb 1825 bur. 22 Feb 1818 bur. 2 Aug 1827
m. 3Q 1847 m. 2Q 1852
Harriet Pullen Sarah
b. abt 1829
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George Willicombe Mary Jane Ida Sarah
b. 2Q 1853 b. abt 1855 b. abt 1869
c. 1 May 1853 c. 26 Jan 1855 c. 18 Apr 1858
ANN 1819: 1841 - 20 yrs with family.
BENJAMIN 1716: Information on the 18th century Escotts of Kitswall, Carhamption and Huish Champflower comes from the Parish Register entries, Land Tax returns and a very interesting and informative series of documents relating to Middle Brown Farm ("Deeds, Middle Brown Farm in Huish Champflower - originally belonging to the Escott family of Carhampton, 1818-1885 housed in Somerset County Archives - ref. DD/CCH/53/3).These Middle Brown documents show that Benjamin Escott of Kitswall, Carhampton "was possessed of the messuage farm or tenement... for the residue of a term of 1000 years which commenced 20 Oct 1737." Land Tax records don't show an Escott at Middle Brown till 1783 - but the document was principally recording an agreement made on 6 Oct 1783 between 1.) Benjamin Escott of Kitswall, gentleman, 2.) Thomas Escott of Huish Champflower, youngest son of the said Benjamin Escott, 3.) William Grant of Ashbrittle, yeoman and Betty Grant his eldest daughter 4.) William Bucknell of Huish Champflower, gentleman 5.) Giles Escott and William Edmonds. It appears that Benjamin Escott sold the farm to the last three parties listed and that his son Thomas Escott, after his marriage to Betty Grant, was to receive the rents and profits of the farm during his lifetime. This would also pass to his widow and children. Circumstantial evidence suggests that Benjamin Escott of Kitswall was he who was buried in Carhampton, aged 84, 31 July 1800. He had a first son Benjamin who inherited Kitswall and appears on Poor Rate valuations at least until 1823. Old Benjamin's youngest son was Thomas Escott of Huish Champflower who was also buried at Carhampton- 1 July 1809, aged 53. (research provided by Anne Escott, email@example.com)
ELIZA 1824: 1841 - 15 yrs with family.
ELIZABETH 1815: Died aged 9 yrs. Buried Carhampton.
GEORGE abt 1786: A carpenter at time of children's baptisms (Roadhuish of Carhampton Parish beside George's bapt.). 1841 - 55 yrs, dwelling Lower Elm with five and 5 children. Died aged 65 yrs. Buried Carhampton.
Wife MARY abt 1786(not Carhampton): 1841: 55 yrs. 1861 - 75 yrs dwelling Carhampton.
GEORGE 1821: Died aged 6 years, buried Carhampton.
GEORGE 1829: 1841 - 10 yrs with family. 1861 - 32 yrs dwelling Carhampton. 1881 - 52 yrs, Innkeeper, dwelling King William Inn, Carhampton, with wife and daughter. At birth of first two children he was a carpenter and by the time Ida was baptised he was a carpenter and Sexton.
Wife SARAH abt 1829: 1861 - 32 yrs dwelling Carhampton.
GEORGE WILLICOMBE 1853: 1861 - 8 yrs dwelling Carhampton.
IDA 1858: 1861 - 3 yrs dwelling Carhampton.
JOHN 1817: Died aged 20 weeks, buried Carhampton.
MARY JANE abt 1855: 1861 - 6 yrs dwelling Carhampton.
THOMAS abt 1822: 1841 - 19 yrs with family. (assumed he belong with this family from 1841 census).
WILLIAM 1826: 1841 - 14 yrs with family.
William Greenslade Escott m. Ann Akerman (for rest of family see Dulverton)
Samuel m. Fanny Milton
b. abt 1815 1Q 1846 b. abt 1821
Kings Brompton Carhampton Carhampton
d. 1882 d. 1904
bur. 22 Sep Williton
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Hannah Ann James William Hannah Mary Harriet John Alice Elizabeth Akerman
2Q 1848 1Q 1847 3Q 1849 1Q 1851 4Q 1852 1854 3Q 1856 3Q 1861 3Q 1864
c. 28 May c. 7 Mar c. 8 Jul c. 2 Mar c. 12 Dec c. 7 May c. 6 Apr
d. 2Q 1848 d. d. 1853 d. 1859
bur. 11 Jun bur. 13 Feb bur. 20 Mar
m. 1871 m. 1878 m. 1874 bur. 13 Feb bur. 20 Mar m. 1883 m. 1883
Williton St Geo in E Williton Stoke on Trent Taunton
Thomas London Somerset Stafford John
Smith Mary Eliza Mary Ann Elizabeth Ellen Hayden
Pickard Hansford Taylor Scriven
b. abt 1856 I I
Knightsbridge I Dora Ellen
I I 2Q 1884
I I Williton
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I I I I I Samuel Thomas Clara Flora William Henry Hugh Akerman
James Albert Fanny Kate William Mary E Thomas 1Q 1878 abt 1879 abt 1881 2Q 1883
abt 1879 4Q 1881 1Q 1884 1886 2Q 1876 Williton Williton
Mile End West Ham West Ham 1890 Williton
ALBERT abt 1880: 1881 - 6 mths with family.
ALICE abt 1864: 1881 - 16 yrs with family.
ANN abt 1847: 1861 - 14 yrs dwelling Smith's House, Carhampton. 1871 - dwelling Post Hill, Northam.
HANNAH abt 1848: Died aged 3 weeks 3 days.
HANNAH abt 1852: Died aged 2 months.
HARRIET abt 1856: Died aged 3 yrs.
JAMES abt 1849: 1861 - 11 yrs dwelling Smith's House, Carhampton. 1871 - 23 yrs draper's assistant dwelling High Holborn, St Giles, Middlesex. 1881 - 31 yrs, draper with wife and two children dwelling 165 Commercial St., Mile End, London. 1891 - Pursenance Cottage, Leyton. 1901 - 2 South Grove, Mile End, Old Town.
Wife MARY ELIZA HANSFORD abt 1856: 1881 - 25 yrs.
JAMES abt 1879: 1881 - 1 yr, with family.
JOHN abt 1860: 1881 - 19 yrs, blacksmith living with family.
MARY abt 1854: 1861 - 6 yrs dwelling Smith's House, Carhampton.
SAMUEL abt 1815: 1841 - 25 yrs dwelling Higher Elm, Carhampton. Blacksmith dwelling Carhampton at time of children's baptisms. 1861 - 46 yrs dwelling Carhampton. 1881 - 66 yrs, blacksmith dwelling Higher St, Carhampton with wife and two children. Died aged 68 yrs.
Wife FANNY abt 1821: 1861 - 40 yrs dwelling Carhampton. 1881 - 60 yrs.
WILLIAM abt 1851: 1861 - 10 yrs dwelling Smith's House, Carhampton. 1871 - Binham Farm, Old Cleeve. 1881 Smith's Cottage, Selworthy. 1891 - dwelling "The Smithy", Bishops Hull. 1901 - dwelling Roath House, Whitehall Rd., Bristol.