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Battcocks in the UK: Storrington

 

The earliest record of any Battcocks in the UK is from Storington in Sussex. 

 

Richard Battcock born 1645

 

Stephen Battcock born in 1648

 

Daniel Battcock born in 1651

 

John Battcock born in 1652

 

Mary Battcock born in 1654

 

Alice Battcock born in 1662

 

Jane Battcock born in 1665

 

Francis Battcock born in 1670

 

Susan Battcock born in 1675

 

Joan Battcock born in 1680

 

Thomas Battcock born in 1684

 

Henry Battcock was born 1680?.  He married… and had children:

 

  • Richard Battcock was born in 1702

 

Richard Battcock was born 1680? and married Elizabeth.  They had:

 

  • Richard Battcock born in 1707
  • Margaret Battcock born in 1710

 

John Battcock was born 1713.  He married Ann Smallpiece in 1731 and built church tower of St Mary’s Storington in 1754

 

Charles Battcock was born 1720-1745.  He had:

 

  • Richard Battcock was born in 1765

 

Thomas Battcock was born 1720-1745.  He had:

 

  • Sarah Battcock born in 1765.  She married John Fry

 

William Battcock was born 1730-1750.  He married Elizabeth.  They had

 

  • William Battcock born in 1771 (see below)

 

William Battcock was born 1771. He built the post office in Storington in 1812.  William married Emma.  They had one child

 

  • John Battcock born in 1796(1?)

 

John Battcock born in 1791 (6?) in Storington and died nearby in Thakeham in 1867.  He married Susannah (1787-1869).  They had four children:

 

  • Jane born in 1822 and married Albert Harris
  • Sarah (1824-1893)
  • Mary Ann born in 1826 and married James Cook in 1812
  • Ellen born in 1830

 

James Battcock was born 1776.  He married Mary(Martha?). They had:

 

  •  (Elizabeth Martha Battcock born in 1806?)
  • Sarah Battcock born in 1812 ?
  • William Stephen Battcock born in 1821
  • Thomas Battcock born in 1826
  • Henry
  • Maria
  • Charles born in 1836
  • Betse

 

By the middle of the 20th century there were no Battcocks left around Storington.  They probably moved to London as there were a number of Battcocks in London from the 18th century onwards.  

 

 

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February 13, 2009 - Posted by | UK

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