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Caroline ENEVOR

Caroline ENEVOR

Female Abt 1823 - 1845  (~ 22 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Caroline ENEVOR was born about 1823 in Romford, Essex; was christened on 24 Aug 1823 in Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex (daughter of James ENEVER and Susanna WHIFFIN); died in 1845 in Romford District, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Living: 24 Aug 1823, Romford, Essex
    • Census: 1 Jun 1841, Marks Gate, Dagenham, Essex
    • Witness: 17 Mar 1844, Parish Church, Stepney, Middlesex; Marriage of Henry Enever & Sarah Susan French
    • Name
      (also known as): 1845; Caroline Enever

    Notes:

    Died:
    Not proved.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  James ENEVER was born on 24 Oct 1776; was christened on 10 Nov 1776 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex (son of William ENEVER and Agnes BRAGGENS); died before 1827.

    Other Events:

    • Living: 14 Nov 1802, St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex
    • Living: 9 Oct 1803, Great Garden Street, Whitechapel, Middlesex
    • Living: 21 Jul 1805, Rose Lane, Dagenham, Essex
    • Occupation: 21 Jul 1805; Baker
    • Living: 28 Feb 1813, Dagenham, Essex
    • Occupation: 28 Feb 1813; Publican & Farmer
    • Living: 21 Mar 1813, Dagenham, Essex
    • Occupation: 21 Mar 1813; Publican
    • Living: 12 Jan 1817, Dagenham, Essex
    • Name
      (also known as): 12 Jan 1817; James Inniver
    • Occupation: 12 Jan 1817; Publican
    • Living: 28 Feb 1819, Romford, Essex
    • Occupation: 28 Feb 1819; Labourer
    • Living: 23 Sep 1821, Romford, Essex
    • Occupation: 23 Sep 1821; Victualler
    • Living: 24 Aug 1823, Romford, Essex
    • Name
      (also known as): 24 Aug 1823; James Enevor
    • Occupation: 24 Aug 1823; Labourer
    • Occupation: 17 Mar 1844; Labourer
    • Occupation: 27 Oct 1851; Victualler

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Birth & christening dates unclear.

    James married Susanna WHIFFIN on 14 Nov 1802 in Parish Church, St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Susanna was born in 1777/8 in Haverhill, Essex; died in Feb 1861 in Leyton Union, Leyton, Essex; was buried on 1 Mar 1861 in Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin, Leyton, Essex. [Family Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Susanna WHIFFIN was born in 1777/8 in Haverhill, Essex; died in Feb 1861 in Leyton Union, Leyton, Essex; was buried on 1 Mar 1861 in Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin, Leyton, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Living: 9 Oct 1803, Great Garden Street, Whitechapel, Middlesex
    • Living: 21 Jul 1805, Rose Lane, Dagenham, Essex
    • Name
      (also known as): 1807; Susannah Whiffin
    • Living: 28 Feb 1813, Dagenham, Essex
    • Living: 21 Mar 1813, Dagenham, Essex
    • Living: 12 Jan 1817, Dagenham, Essex
    • Living: 28 Feb 1819, Romford, Essex
    • Living: 23 Sep 1821, Romford, Essex
    • Living: 24 Aug 1823, Romford, Essex
    • Name
      (also known as): 17 Sep 1827; Susan Whiffin
    • Living: 27 Sep 1827, Dagenham, Essex
    • Census: 1 Jun 1841, Marks Gate, Dagenham, Essex
    • Census: 1 Apr 1851, Roe Buck Inn, London Road, Dagenham, Essex

    Notes:

    Buried:
    Not proved.

    Children:
    1. William ENEVER was born about 1803 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 9 Oct 1803 in Parish Church, St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex.
    2. Ann Cook ENEVER was born on 8 Apr 1805 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 21 Jul 1805 in Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex.
    3. Henry ENEVER was born on 8 Nov 1806; was christened on 19 Apr 1807 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex; was buried on 18 Oct 1808.
    4. Joseph ENEVER was born on 12 Sep 1808; was christened on 9 Oct 1808 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex.
    5. Elizabeth ENEVER was born on 25 Jun 1811 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 18 Aug 1811 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex.
    6. Mary ENEVER was born on 31 Jan 1813; was christened on 28 Feb 1813 in Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex; died about 1850.
    7. Lydia INNIVER was born on 21 Dec 1815 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 12 Jan 1817 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex; died before 1881.
    8. Jane INNIVER was born in 1816/7 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 12 Jan 1817 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex; died in Nov 1856 in Dagenham, Essex; was buried on 13 Nov 1856 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex.
    9. Martha ENEVER was born on 25 Jan 1819; was christened on 28 Feb 1819 in Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex; died in Sep 1831 in Dagenham, Essex; was buried on 1 Oct 1831 in Parish Church, St Peter and St Paul, Dagenham, Essex.
    10. Henry ENNEVER was born in 1821 in Dagenham, Essex; was christened on 23 Sep 1821 in Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex; died in May 1866 in Thomas Street, Stepney, Middlesex; was buried on 8 May 1866 in The City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery, Southern Grove, Mile End, Middlesex.
    11. 1. Caroline ENEVOR was born about 1823 in Romford, Essex; was christened on 24 Aug 1823 in Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex; died in 1845 in Romford District, Essex.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  William ENEVER was christened on 25 Feb 1738/9 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex (son of Lionel ENEVER and Martha UNKNOWN); died in May 1814; was buried on 17 May 1814 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: From Abt Feb 1759; Parish clerk
    • Living: 20 Dec 1763, Loughton, Essex
    • Living: 16 May 1768
    • Name
      (also known as): 28 May 1780; William Ennever
    • Probate (Grant of): 25 Sep 1804; Granted probate on the estate of his son, John.
    • Will: 27 May 1812

    Notes:

    Living:
    See his father's will.

    Probate (Grant of):
    This will was proved at London on the twenty fifth day of September eight hundred and four before the worshipful Charles Coote, doctor of laws,and surrogate of the right honourable Sir William Wynne, knight, also doctor of laws, master keeper or commissary of the prerogative court of Canterbury, lawfully constituted by the oaths of William Enever, the father and Henry Enever, the brother of the decease, and the executors named in the said will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, they having been first sworn duly to administer.

    Will:
    Will of William Enever of Loughton 1814
     
     
    This is the last will & testament of me William Enever, the elder of the parish of Loughton in the county of Essex, Yeoman. I give & devise to my second son Henry Enever of the said parish of Loughton, publican (whom I hereafter appoint executor of this my will & to his executors all that my customary or copyhold messuage or tenement, yard, garden, outhouses & premises, situate,standing & being in the said parish of Loughton aforesaid, & wherein I now inhabit & dwell with all & singular the appurtenances, thereunto belonging upon the following trust & consideration (viz) that he my said son Henry Ennever or his executors shall & do within three months next after my decease cause the said copyhold messuage or tenement, yard, garden,outhouses with all the appurtenances to be sold by public auction or private contract for the most money that can be got or procured for the same & with the clear monies arising from such sale to divide the same share & share alike equally between all & every of such my six children as shall then be living at the time of my decease (viz) William Enever and the said Henry Enever, Elijah Enever, Jane the wife of Daniel Higgins, James Enever & Mary the wife of George Richardson & as for & concerning all my ready monies, securities for monies, monies in the public funds list & deadstock, book debts, household goods & furniture & all other my personal estate & effects whatsoever & wheresoever (subject to the payment of my funeral expenses the charges of proving this my will & the few debts that shall happen to be owing at the time of my decease).

    I give &bequeath the same & every part thereof to & among such of my aforesaid six children (viz William, Henry, Elijah, Jane, James & Mary or shall then be living at the time of my decease to be equally divided between them share & share alike respectively & lastly I do hereby nominate & appoint my said second son Henry Enever, sole executor of this my last will &testament hereby revoking & making void all former & other wills by meat any time made & executed & do hereby declare this only to be contain my last will & testament. In witness whereof I the said William Enever the testator, have to this my last will & testament contained in one sheet of paper set my hand & seal this twenty seventh day of May in the year of our Lord 1812. William Enever, signed, sealed, published & declared by the within named testator William Enever the elder, as & for his last will& testament in the presence of use, who in his presence & at his request & in the presence of each other, have set & subscribed our names as witnesses, hereto:- Richard Phillips, William A Evens of Leyton in Essex
     
    Proved at London19th day August 1814 before the worshipful Richard Henry Crosewell LLD &surrogate, by the oath of Henry Enever the son & sole executor to whom admon was granted, having been first sworn duly to admin.

    Transcribed by Dale Halliday

    William married Agnes BRAGGENS on 20 Dec 1763 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex. Agnes was buried on 10 Apr 1789 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex. [Family Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Agnes BRAGGENS was buried on 10 Apr 1789 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Living: 20 Dec 1763, Loughton, Essex
    • Name
      (also known as): 25 Aug 1771; Agniss Braggens

    Notes:

    Married:
    Date unclear, possibly 25th. Married by Banns.

    Children:
    1. William ENEVER was born on 8 May 1764 in Loughton, Essex; was christened on 26 May 1764 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died in Nov 1833 in Loughton, Essex; was buried on 25 Nov 1833 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    2. Henry ENEVER was christened on 15 Dec 1765 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died about 1 Mar 1826; was buried on 6 Mar 1826 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    3. Joseph ENEVER was born on 10 Oct 1767; was christened on 27 Oct 1767 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    4. Elizabeth ENEVER was christened on 7 Dec 1769 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    5. John ENEVER was christened on 25 Aug 1771 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died about Aug 1804.
    6. Elijah ENEVER was christened on 12 Sep 1773 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died in Jan 1837 in Stepney, Middlesex; was buried on 23 Jan 1837 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    7. Jane ENEVER was born on 14 Jan 1775; was christened on 5 Feb 1775 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    8. 2. James ENEVER was born on 24 Oct 1776; was christened on 10 Nov 1776 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died before 1827.
    9. Mary ENEVER was christened on 25 Oct 1778 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    10. Charles ENNEVER was christened on 28 May 1780 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Lionel ENEVER was christened on 20 Oct 1689 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex (son of Roger INNIVERE and Anne WOOD); died in Feb 1769; was buried on 13 Feb 1769 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Name
      (also known as): Lyonell Enever
    • Name
      (also known as): 1723; Lionel Ennever
    • Living: Before 25 Jul 1723
    • Living: 16 May 1768, Loughton, Essex
    • Occupation: 16 May 1768; Blacksmith
    • Will: 16 May 1768

    Notes:

    Living:
    See his father's will.

    Will:
    In the name of God Amen, I Lionel Enever of Loughton in the county of Essex, blacksmith, be ingaged and infirm in of body, but of sound and perfect mind and memory praise be Almighty God for the same, do for the settling my temporal affairs make and ordain my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say,first I give and devise unto my son Roger Enever, all that my copyhold messuage or tenement with the shop, outhouses, yards, gardens, orchards, land and herdits (sic) with their and every of their appuit (sic) there unto adjoining and belonging and now in my own occupation and all other my real estate whatsoever to hold the same and every part thereof unto my said son Roger Enever, his heirs and assigns for ever, subject nevertheless and I do hereby charge the said messuage or tenement, land and premises with the payment of the sum of forty pounds to my son William Enever and the sum of ten pounds to my daughter Mary the wife of Mr. John Lawton, and the sum of ten pounds to my son Lionel Enever and also the sum of five pounds to my granddaughter Elizabeth the wife of John Tyrer to be paid to them respectively out of my said estate by my said son Roger Enever within three years next after my decease. Also I give and bequeath to all my grand children now in being one shilling a piece. Also I give and bequeath unto my son in law James Hampton and to my daughter in law Ann Enever one shilling each. Also it is my will and desire that my dear and loving wife Martha Enever shall be jointly concerned with my said son Roger Enever in carrying on my trade and business for their equal benefit during her life if she shall so think fit, but if she shall not think fit so to do then I do give and bequeath unto my said wife the sum of seven shillings a week to be paid to her by my said son Roger Enever every week during her natural life, and I do hereby charge the said trade and all my said real estate with the payment of the same in the first place to her accordingly. Also I give unto my said son Roger Enever all the rest and residue of all my goods, chattels and personal estate of what nature or kind soever, and do nominate and appoint my said son Roger Enever to be sole executor of this my will hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I the said testator Lionel Enever have here unto set my hand and seal the sixteenth day of May in the yearof our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight. Lyonel Enever.
     
     
    Signed sealed,published and declared by the said testator Lionel Enever as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request and also in the presence of each other have set our hand as witnesses hereunto William Matthews, John Buttle, John Smith.
     
     
    This will was proved at London the twenty first day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty nine before the worshipful William Compton doctor of laws and surrogate of the right worshopful George Isay, also doctor of laws, master keeper or commissary of the progatative court of Canterbury,lawfully constituted by the oath of Roger Enever the son of the deceased and sole executor named in the said will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, he having been first sworn duly to administer.

    Transcribed by Dale Halliday.

    Buried:
    Recorded as Lionel Enever (Elder)

    Lionel married Martha UNKNOWN. Martha was buried on 16 Jun 1770 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex. [Family Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Martha UNKNOWN was buried on 16 Jun 1770 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Living: 16 May 1768

    Notes:

    Living:
    See her husband's will.

    Children:
    1. Lionel ENNEVER was born on 23 Jul 1723; was christened on 7 Aug 1723 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    2. Elizabeth ENEVER was born on 21 Feb 1724/5; was christened on 4 Mar 1724/5 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    3. Roger ENNEVER was born on 23 Jan 1726/7; was christened on 23 Jan 1726/7 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; was buried on 12 Nov 1727 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    4. Mary ENNEVER was christened on 3 Dec 1730 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    5. Roger ENNEVER was christened on 13 May 1733 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died on 24 Feb 1805.
    6. Shadreck William ENEVER was christened on 29 May 1737 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; was buried on 21 May 1738 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.
    7. 4. William ENEVER was christened on 25 Feb 1738/9 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex; died in May 1814; was buried on 17 May 1814 in Parish Church, St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex.


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