Wyatt [23250120]

Michaelmas 1558: Kent. Christopher Wyatt v. Christopher Turner late of Marden in the county aforesaid glover: Debt £10. Defendant has not come; had been ordered to be summoned; has nothing; ordered to be taken, to be here on the morrow of All Souls [3 November 1558]. Writ to execute delivered to Thomas Frankeleyn deputy sheriff

[1624-1815] Manuscript pedigree of the descendants of John Wyat[t]: George Wyat married Jane daughter of sir Thomas Finch: their son George Wyatt ‘supposed to have been the first to adopt the double tt’, died 1624, married Eleanor daughter of sir John Finch (buried in St Martin’s, Canterbury). Their son Thomas Wyatt was buried 1625 at Maidstone. His nephew John Wyatt married Elizabeth daughter of Samuel Browne (died 1723). Their son George married 1722 at St Paul’s, Covent Garden, Hannah Wood, died 1782, buried in Westminster Abbey. Among their children was George Wyatt baptised at St John’s, Westminster 1732, Elizabeth buried 1790 in Westminster Abbey, Mary baptised 1730 at St John’s, Westminster, and Hannah, buried 1807 in Westminster Abbey. Hannah married William Vincent

c1750: Poor tenants of sir Edward Stanley in Nether Alderley paying less than £10 per annum rent: Edm Wyatt/Sympson

3 September 1754: Edward Antrobus [signs] and Isaac Smallwood [signs] overseers of the poor of the township of Over Peover: Settlement certificate of William Wyatt, Mary his wife and Marth their child. Witnesses: John Hutchinson [signs], Wm Dean [signs] Edwd Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of John Hutchinson the witness

1758: Accounts of Thomas Walton surveyor of the highways of Nether Alderley: South Side: To William Wyat For Work Don in ye High Ways   0.15.0; To Wyatt 6 Days at 10d. Pr   0.5.0

8 May 1839: List of Passengers by the Honble Companys Steam Ship Berenice from Bombay: A. C. White, esquire, Bombay Presidency

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Campden Polling District: Parish of Chipping Campden: Abode: Chipping Campden: William Wyatt. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Park Place, Cheltenham: James Wyatt.

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Ephraim Wyatt, 6 Haysleigh Cottages, Compton Gifford, near Plymouth, carpenter, &c., in favour of Michael Zeffertt

9 January 1928: Borough of Brighton: At the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace before William Percival Gratwicke Boxall, esquire, K.C., recorder, holden at the Town Hall, Brighton. Councillor Charles Kingston, Mayor; George Stanley Godfree, Esq., Clerk of the Peace; E. Winter, governor, His Majesty’s Prison, Portsmouth. Prisoners: Charles Frederick Blunden, 27, dairyman and Howard Victor Barling, 26, dairyman. Committed from Brighton 15 November 1927. Bailed at Court 15 November 1927. Offence. – Since 7 October 1927, stealing and receiving 32 milk bottles the property of Sidney Hole. 2nd Charge. – Since 7 October 1927, stealing and receiving 21 milk bottles the property of Wyatt & Sons. 3rd Charge. – Between 6 and 15 October 1927, stealing and receiving 9 milk bottles the property of the Southern Counties Dairy Co., Ltd. 4th Charge. – Between 20 November 1926 and 15 October 1927, stealing and receiving 5 milk bottles the property of the Southern Counties Dairy Co., Ltd. Tried before William Percival Gratwicke Boxall, Esq., K.C., 9 January 1928. Verdict. – Not Guilty. Order of the Court. – Discharged.

17 May 1938: Claude Wyatt, aged 35, and George Keyte, aged 37, both of no fixed abode, were charged at Nottingham Guildhall yesterday with burglariously breaking into a shop, 52 Wollaton Street, and stealing property worth £17 18s, belonging to George Griffin, on the night of 8 May. Mr R. de Z. Hall prosecuted. Charles William Anker of 75 Manton Crescent, Lenton Abbey Estate, and Claude Clinch of 199 Norton Street and his mother, passers-by, saw the break-in. The burglars walked away down Wollaton Street and were caught in an entry off Talbot Street.

9 March 1940: Cremation of Mary Wyatt

December 1945: Candidates for family membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Mr & Mrs H. Wyatt, 11 Highworth Road, Bristol 4

c1990: C. J. Wyatt and D. M. Wyatt; C. J. Wyatt (Father), 10 Littleton House, Somers Close, Reigate RH2 9DS; Charles & Doris Wyatt (Parents), 16 Vogan Close, Woodhatch, Reigate  RH2 8AS; 10 Littleton House, Somers Close, Reigate RH2 9DS                                                                

[Birthday list:] Dad 13 August;                                                                         

[Birthday list:] Mama 6 September                                                           

[Parents’ anniversary:] 30 November