Posted on: November 1st, 2016 by webfooted
1719 8 Dec. Sampson Yeamans was paying 2s.3d Poor Rate (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(b)).
1732 Sampson Yeamans was overseer of the poor for Westbury Tithing (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(c)).
1732 18 Apr. A potter of Westbury-on-Trym he was granted a licence to marry Ann Skuse of Westbury-on-Trym at Westbury-on-Trym (M).
1732 27 Apr. Sampson Yeamans married Anne Skuse at St James’s church (JaPR).
1751 16 Feb. He was left five guineas in the will of his father-in-law, William Scuse of Westbury-on-Trym, yeoman (BRO Will 1751/69).
1756 29 Aug. Sampson Yeamans buried (WPR).
1756 4 Sep. ‘Appeared personally Hannah Yeamans of the Parish of Henbury in the County of Gloucester … and made oath that she is the Widow of Sampson Yeamans late of the same Parish Potter deceased Intestate …’ (Adm.).
Rate book entries:
All Poor Rates (BRO P/HTW/OP 1(b)(c))
1719-48 Sampson Yeamans
1739-48  Sampson Yeamans for Tophill
1742-48 Sampson Yeamans for the Butts

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