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101
Charles Harold MOOR was a tobacco farmer. 
Moor, Charles Harold (I270660)
 
102
Charles Hugh KEY joined the 2nd [The Queen's] Dragoon Guards on 7
September 1 841 according to the Official Army List. He attained army
rank on 23 April 1839 and retired from the service on 28 November 1848. 
Key, Charles Hugh (I270150)
 
103
Charlotte Octavia Garnett died unmarried at the age of 91 on April 25,
1974.
At the time of her death, she was a resident of the Greengates Home
located at 2 Hernes Road, Oxford. 
Garnett, Charlotte Octavia (I269624)
 
104
Co. H 9th Reg Civil War; enlisted 6-16-1861 to 3-20-1863; prisoner 9-15-1862; reenlisted Co. L 11th Reg.; wounded in the Wilderness. 
Gallup, Edwin Almerican (I306198)
 
105
Co. H 9th Reg. Civil War; enlisted 6-22-1861 to 1-22-1861; prisoner; paroled. 
Gallup, Robert Sidney (I306199)
 
106
Colonial Families of the U.S.

!Her dates are taken from a funeral pin which gives her death date and "AE 45",
which seems to indicate her age as 45 years at her death. 
Cadwalader, Elizabeth (I435827)
 
107
Constance ALDERSEY was born in 1857 and died unmarried in either 1940 or
1947 
Aldersey, Constance (I270100)
 
108
Custom Field:<_FA#> 1 Apr 1811St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Anne Elizabeth (I270304)
 
109
Custom Field:<_FA#> 1 Jul 1845Acton by Nantwich, by Margew Drake [curate] 
Garnett, George (I269632)
 
110
Custom Field:<_FA#> 1 Sep 1836St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Martha BOTEVYLE di ed unmarried. 
Botevyle, Martha (I270286)
 
111
Custom Field:<_FA#> 10 Jul 1838Bunbury, Cheshire, England
William ACTON of Nan twich was buried on July 10, 1838, age 57. He was
buried by John Martin, Vic ar. [Burial Register, from "The Monuments at
Bunbury Church, Cheshire, by J. Paul Rylands, page 220]. 
Acton, William (I269675)
 
112
Custom Field:<_FA#> 10 Mar 1784St. Julian's, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, ENGLAND
C ustom Field:<_FA#> 25 Jul 1849
Edward BOTEVYLE of Shrewsbury was an engraver. He was baptised at St.
Julian's in Shrewsbury on March 10, 1784. He died th ere on July 23, 1849. 
Botevyle, Edward (I270284)
 
113
Custom Field:<_FA#> 11 Nov 1869Acton by Nantwich, Churchyard 
Bishton, Elizabeth Sophia (I269517)
 
114
Custom Field:<_FA#> 13 Oct 1723Padiham, Lancashire 
Whittaker, Jane (I270421)
 
115
Custom Field:<_FA#> 14 Apr 1663 
Botfield, Martha (I270252)
 
116
Custom Field:<_FA#> 14 Feb 1734/35St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Custom Field:< _FA#> 19 Apr 1751St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, William (I270278)
 
117
Custom Field:<_FA#> 14 Nov 1816St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Elizabeth (I270291)
 
118
Custom Field:<_FA#> 15 Feb 1781Shrawardine, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Martha CLARKE surrendered the copyhold estate at Botevyle to her son
Thomas BOTEVYLE on Oct ober 27, 1760 [she being then a widow]. She died
on February 13, 1781 at the age of 80 and was buried at Shrawardine,
Shropshire. 
Clarke, Martha (I270274)
 
119
Custom Field:<_FA#> 15 Jan 1704/05St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Custom Field:< _FA#> 11 Nov 1783St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Thomas BOTEVYLE of Shrewsbury w as an apothecary. He was baptised at St.
Chard's on January 15, 1705 and was buried there on November 11, 1783. 
Botevyle, Thomas (I270275)
 
120
Custom Field:<_FA#> 15 Jul 1824Acton by Nantwich churchyard 
Garnett, Caroline Elizabeth (I270224)
 
121
Custom Field:<_FA#> 15 May 1821Bunbury, Cheshire, England
James ACTON from Elt on in the Parish of Warmingham was buried at Bunbury
on May 15, 1821, aged 35 years. Buried by John Martin. [Burial
Register, from "The Monuments at Bun bury Church, Cheshire, by J. Paul
Rylands, page 59]. 
Acton, James (I269663)
 
122
Custom Field:<_FA#> 15 Sep 1849St. Michael's, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Trehearn, Harriet (I270288)
 
123
Custom Field:<_FA#> 16 Aug 1832Acton by Nantwich, by L. J. Wilson [curate] 
Garnett, William Frederick (I269638)
 
124
Custom Field:<_FA#> 17 Apr 1668Eaton Constantine, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botfield, Ales (I270249)
 
125
Custom Field:<_FA#> 17 Jul 1838Acton by Nantwich, L. J. Wilson [curate] 
Garnett, Charlotte Frances (I269637)
 
126
Custom Field:<_FA#> 18 Jan 1797St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Hewlett, Ann (I270282)
 
127
Custom Field:<_FA#> 18 Oct 1831St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Elizabeth BOTEVYL E died unmarried in October 1831 at the age of 67. 
Botevyle, Elizabeth (I270285)
 
128
Custom Field:<_FA#> 19 Mar 1829Acton by Nantwich, by L. J. Wilson [minister]
W illiam GARNETT was the oldest surviving son of George GARNETT] and Ann
SANDER S].
William was eight years older than the youngest son in the family, John
Jasper GARNETT Sr. from whom my own line is descended.
With the death of Geor ge GARNETT, a cheesefactor and property owner of
Nantwich, William had alrea dy inherited the bulk of his father's
estate. Land tax records for the towns hip of Haughton, in fact, show
that ownership of properties previously owned by George Garnett
(specifically the estate of Haughton Hall, seven adjacent p ieces of land
near to Haughton Hall, as well as property at Overton) actually passed in
title to the Reverend William Garnett in 1809---five years before the
death of George Garnett.
This advance inheritance was probably facilit ated to avoid the heavy
death taxes imposed on inheritance of property valued above 2000-pounds.
William attended school in Nantwich, and later studied for the ministry.
He was appointed Rector of Church Tilston in 1798, where he r emained
until 1829.
For part of the year 1805, Reverend William Garnett also served as
preacher at Bunbury Church.
On September 16, 1815 at Lichfield Ca thedral, the Reverend William
Garnett married Elizabeth Sophia BISHTON, daug hter of John BISHTON of
Kilsall, Shropshire and of his wife Sophia [BAYLIS] B ishton.
Elizabeth BISHTON was only 17 years old at the time of the marriage,
while the Reverend William Garnett at age 49 was thirty-two years her
seni or.
The Bishton family was well-to-do, John Bishton having made a
considera ble fortune form iron smelters and blast furnaces located at
Snedhill, Shopsh ire.
Another older daughter of John Bishton, Lucy Bishton, had already
marr ied William BOTFIELD---who was one of the even more wealthy BOTFIELD
brothers .
These Botfields (William and his brothers Thomas and Beriah) were owners
of a group of ironworks known as the Langley Field, Hinkshay, Dark Lane
and S tirchley Furnaces which employed thousands of men, women and
youths. Besides the iron blast furnaces, the Botfields operated a number
of coal mines and c olliery works and owned land as well.
The Bishtons and their in-laws, the Botf ields, were among the wealthiest
families in Shropshire at that time, and th e Reverend William Garnett
had the great good fortune to marry into even more property beyond what
he had already inherited from his father.
William and Elizabeth Sophia Garnett had two sons, William Bishton
GARNETT (born June 27 , 1816) and Alfred Ingilby GARNETT (born 1822).
There apparently was also a daughter (her name and the particulars of her
birth are not currently known), but she lived until about the age of 17
and was said at one time to be enga ged to her cousin George GARNETT (the
son of John Jasper Garnett and Elizabet h Craven Garnett).
The Reverend William GARNETT died in 1829 at the age of 63 years.
Of the children of William GARNETT and his wife Elizabeth Sophia
(Bis hton) GARNETT, the following is now known to have occurred:
William Bishton GA RNETT, born June 27, 1816 was educated at Shrewsbury
school and Brasenose Co llege Oxford where he received an M.A. and
subsequently entered the ministry.
Under the provisions of the will of his uncle William BOTFIELD (the
husban d of his mother's elder sister Lucy), William Bishton Garnett
inherited (upo n the death of his cousin Beriah Botfield who expired
without heirs in 1863) the property and estate of the Botfield family at
Decker Hill, Shifnal, Salop .
By Royal License dated October 30, 1863, he was also entitled by the
Will of William Botfield to take the surname of BOTFIELD in addition to
and after that of GARNETT and to bear the arms of Botfield quarterly with
those of Gar nett.
William Bishton GARNETT-BOTFIELD married firstly Sarah Dutton, daught er
of William Dutton of Halewood House, Lancash




William GARNETT was the oldest surviving son of George GARNETT] and Ann SANDERS].

William was eight years older than the youngest son in the family, John Jasper GARNETT Sr. from whom my own line is descended.

With the death of George GARNETT, a cheesefactor and property owner of Nantwich, William had already inherited the bulk of his father's estate. Land tax records for the township of Haughton, in fact, show that ownership of properties previously owned by George Garnett (specifically the estate of Haughton Hall, seven adjacent pieces of land near to Haughton Hall, as well as property at Overton) actually passed in title to the Reverend William Garnett in 1809---five years before the death of George Garnett.

This advance inheritance was probably facilitated to avoid the heavy death taxes imposed on inheritance of property valued above 2000-pounds.

William attended school in Nantwich, and later studied for the ministry. He was appointed Rector of Church Tilston in 1798, where he remained until 1829.

For part of the year 1805, Reverend William Garnett also served as preacher at Bunbury Church.

On September 16, 1815 at Lichfield Cathedral, the Reverend William Garnett married Elizabeth Sophia BISHTON, daughter of John BISHTON of Kilsall, Shropshire and of his wife Sophia [BAYLIS] Bishton.

Elizabeth BISHTON was only 17 years old at the time of the marriage, while the Reverend William Garnett at age 49 was thirty-two years her senior.

The Bishton family was well-to-do, John Bishton having made a considerable fortune form iron smelters and blast furnaces located at Snedhill, Shopshire.

Another older daughter of John Bishton, Lucy Bishton, had already married William BOTFIELD---who was one of the even more wealthy BOTFIELD brothers.

These Botfields (William and his brothers Thomas and Beriah) were owners of a group of ironworks known as the Langley Field, Hinkshay, Dark Lane and Stirchley Furnaces which employed thousands of men, women and youths. Besides the iron blast furnaces, the Botfields operated a number of coal mines and colliery works and owned land as well.

The Bishtons and their in-laws, the Botfields, were among the wealthiest families in Shropshire at that time, and the Reverend William Garnett had the great good fortune to marry into even more property beyond what he had already inherited from his father.

William and Elizabeth Sophia Garnett had two sons, William Bishton GARNETT (born June 27, 1816) and Alfred Ingilby GARNETT (born 1822).

There apparently was also a daughter (her name and the particulars of her birth are not currently known), but she lived until about the age of 17 and was said at one time to be engaged to her cousin George GARNETT (the son of John Jasper Garnett and Elizabeth Craven Garnett).

The Reverend William GARNETT died in 1829 at the age of 63 years.

Of the children of William GARNETT and his wife Elizabeth Sophia (Bishton) GARNETT, the following is now known to have occurred:

William Bishton GARNETT, born June 27, 1816 was educated at Shrewsbury school and Brasenose College Oxford where he received an M.A. and subsequently entered the ministry.

Under the provisions of the will of his uncle William BOTFIELD (the husband of his mother's elder sister Lucy), William Bishton Garnett inherited (upon the death of his cousin Beriah Botfield who expired without heirs in 1863) the property and estate of the Botfield family at Decker Hill, Shifnal, Salop.

By Royal License dated October 30, 1863, he was also entitled by the Will of William Botfield to take the surname of BOTFIELD in addition to and after that of GARNETT and to bear the arms of Botfield quarterly with those of Garnett.

William Bishton GARNETT-BOTFIELD married firstly Sarah Dutton, daughter of William Dutton of Halewood House, Lancashire, on November 2, 1848. They had four sons and three daughters. Sarah (Dutton) Garnett-Botfield died February 18, 1867. He married secondly, Emily Jane Wright, daughter of Alexander Wright of Guildford Lawn, Dover. Garnett-Botfield died June 6, 1901.

The second wife of William Bishton Garnett-Botfield, Emily Jane, died on June 6, 1902.

William Bishton Garnett-Botfield himself died January 11, 1903.


Alfred Ingilby GARNETT, born in 1822, became a Captain in the 8th King's Regiment and served in India where he gained a reputation as a good tiger shot.

He returned to England and rented Haughton Hall from his brother, W. B. Garnett-Botfield. He married the widow of his friend, Captain Charles Hugh Key of the Dragoons---Catherine Key, formerly Holloway.

In later years, Alfred's mind became deranged and he was confined to an asylum for a short time.

Alfred Ingilby GARNETT and his wife Catherine had six children: Fanny Blanche (b. 1865); Jane Sophia (b. 1866); Catherine Lucy (B. 1868); Alfred Egerton (b. 1869); George William (b. 1870); and John Charles Ingilby
(b. 1873).

Alfred Ingilby GARNETT died at Haughton Hall on February 5, 1889. 
Garnett, William (I269516)
 
129
Custom Field:<_FA#> 19 Mar 1840Bunbury, Cheshire, England
Thomas ACTON of Ward le Hall was buried on March 19, 1840, aged 67 years.
He was buried by John M artin, Vicar. [Burial Register, from "The
Monuments at Bunbury Church, Chesh ire, by J. Paul Rylands, page 240]. 
Acton, Thomas (I269676)
 
130
Custom Field:<_FA#> 19 May 1833 
Adderman, Sarah (I269743)
 
131
Custom Field:<_FA#> 2 Apr 1815St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Jane Harriet (I270306)
 
132
Custom Field:<_FA#> 2 Aug 1814St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Thomas (I270289)
 
133
Custom Field:<_FA#> 20 Feb 1732/33St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Custom Field:< _FA#> 24 Oct 1746St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Richard (I270277)
 
134
Custom Field:<_FA#> 20 Jul 1830Acton by Nantwich, L. J. Wilson [curate] 
Garnett, Louisa Catherine (I269636)
 
135
Custom Field:<_FA#> 21 Dec 1783St. Lawrence, Over Peover, Cheshire, ENGLAND
Jo hn ACTON of Marthall was interred December 21, 1783 at St. Lawrence,
Over Peo ver, Cheshire, ENGLAND. Based on the interrment date, his death
probably occ urred on about December 19, 1783. He was 62 years of age.
Also buried there is Elizabeth his wife who died March 24, 1816 at age 94
years. 
Acton, John (I269665)
 
136
Custom Field:<_FA#> 21 Nov 1866Bunbury, Cheshire, ENGLAND 
Garnett, Jane Sophia (I270117)
 
137
Custom Field:<_FA#> 22 Feb 1731/32St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND
Custom Field:< _FA#> 22 Jul 1751St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, John (I270276)
 
138
Custom Field:<_FA#> 22 Feb 1824St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Thomas John (I270302)
 
139
Custom Field:<_FA#> 24 Aug 1853Kempsey, Worcestershire 
Thatcher, Georgina Ellen (I269768)
 
140
Custom Field:<_FA#> 24 May 1832Acton by Nantwich, L. J. Wilson [curate] 
Garnett, Elizabeth Craven (I269633)
 
141
Custom Field:<_FA#> 26 Oct 1819Acton by Nantwich, Jos. Davenport [curate] 
Garnett, Richard Craven (I269634)
 
142
Custom Field:<_FA#> 28 Feb 1865Bunbury, Cheshire, ENGLAND 
Garnett, Fanny Blanche (I270017)
 
143
Custom Field:<_FA#> 28 Jan 1830Acton by Nantwich, L. J. Wilson [curate] 
Garnett, Mary Ann (I269635)
 
144
Custom Field:<_FA#> 3 Jan 1669/70 
Botfield, William (I270250)
 
145
Custom Field:<_FA#> 30 Jun 1830Acton by Nantwich churchyard 
Garnett, Sophia Ann (I270223)
 
146
Custom Field:<_FA#> 4 Jan 1813Bunbury, Cheshire, England
Jane ACTON of Wardle was buried on January 4, 1813, aged 67 years. She
was buried by John Egerton, Preacher. [Burial Register, from "The
Monuments at Bunbury Church, Cheshire , by J. Paul Rylands, page 1]. 
Sutton, Jane (I269749)
 
147
Custom Field:<_FA#> 4 Jun 1816St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Edward Brandon (I270303)
 
148
Custom Field:<_FA#> 5 Dec 1725Padiham, Lancashire 
Whittaker, Anne (I270466)
 
149
Custom Field:<_FA#> 5 Jun 1818St. Chad, Shropshire, ENGLAND 
Botevyle, Elizabeth (I270305)
 
150
Custom Field:<_FA#> 6 Aug 1737Burnley, Lancashire 
Veevers, Thomas (I270417)
 

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