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William (Rev.) Bickerton1670

William (Rev.) Bickerton
Given names
William (Rev.)
MarriageJayne BlackettView this family
26 June 1655 (see note)
Birth of a son
Alexander Bickerton
before 28 June 1656
Christening of a sonAlexander Bickerton
28 June 1656
Birth of a son
William Bickerton
before 27 January 1658
Christening of a sonWilliam Bickerton
27 January 1658
Birth of a son
Christopher Bickerton
before 4 December 1659
Christening of a sonChristopher Bickerton
4 December 1659
Birth of a son
John Bickerton
before 4 August 1661
Christening of a sonJohn Bickerton
4 August 1661
Birth of a daughter
Christian Bickerton
before 12 February 1664
Christening of a daughterChristian Bickerton
12 February 1664
Birth of a daughter
Ann Bickerton
before 8 February 1666
Christening of a daughterAnn Bickerton
8 February 1666
Birth of a daughter
Sarah Bickerton
before 17 February 1669
Christening of a daughterSarah Bickerton
17 February 1669
Death 1670
Family with Jayne Blackett - View this family
Marriage: 26 June 1655 (see note)St. James, Hamsterley, Co. Durham
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wife’s husband
Marriage: 8 February 1677Holy Trinity, Minories, London

Incumbent of Wolsingham until 1660. Appointed Lecturer of All Saints [Newcastle] 26 Jan 1666 until his death in 1671. 16 Feb 1672/3 Bargain and sale from Christopher Blackett of Hoppyland, gent. to Thomas Robson of Toft Hill, gent, of a parcel of arable land of 60 acres, in Scrap loft, Leics, called The North Field in tenure of Alexander Bickerton left by the Will made March 1670/1 of William Bickerton of Newcastle Clerk [p.e. cleric] to Christopher Blackett to sell, the proceeds to be apportioned to Jane, wife of William and 7 children. Consideration £640. Will dated 16 Mar 1671.
By licence, both of Parish of Hamsterley. 2nd ceremony at St. Nicholas, Durham City 26 Jul 1655: Willyam Bickerton of [the] parrish of hamsterley married Jane Blackett of [the] parish of hamsterley, was married before Mr. John Airson, maior[sic] of the City of Durham. Witnesses Henrie Leaver, Robart Blackett.