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John ENNIVER

John ENNIVER

Male 1713 - Yes, date unknown  (~ 49 years)

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  • Name John ENNIVER 
    Born 3 Jan 1712/3  Dunton, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 23 Jan 1712/3  Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin, Dunton, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    John Enniver (1712/13-1762)
    John Enniver (1712/13-1762)
    Parish Register
    Gender Male 
    Living 4 Mar 1735/6  Dunton, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name
    (also known as)
    4 Mar 1735/6 
    John Ennever 
    Living From 1737 to 1746  South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Living 7 Jul 1745  South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Marriage of Edward Buckle and Mary Price of Rumford
    Marriage of Edward Buckle and Mary Price of Rumford
    A servant of Jno Ennever of this parish
    Living 1749  Grays Thurrock, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Living 15 Jul 1752  South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Burial of James Knight
    Burial of James Knight
    A servant of Jno Ennever. Burial at St Nicholas, S Ockendon, Essex.
    Living Mar 1753  South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Occupation Mar 1753 
    Gentleman 
    Living 23 Dec 1757  South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Burial of Elizabeth Boyce (from Mr Ennevers)
    Burial of Elizabeth Boyce (from Mr Ennevers)
    Parish register
    Misc 5 Mar 1758  St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Burial of Jonathan Harvey
    Burial of Jonathan Harvey
    Believed to be the Jonathan Harvey mentioned in the Act of Parliament dissolving the marriage of John Ennever & Mary nee Cornwell. See http://www.ennever.com/histories/history547.php
    Will 28 Jan 1760 
    • In the name of God Amen
      I John Ennever of South Ockenden in the County of Essex Cont
      being now in good health of body and of perfect Sound Mind
      Memory and understand standing do make Declare and
      publish this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and
      form following, that is to say, I Give and bequeath unto my
      Dear Wife Mary One hundred pounds of lawful money of
      Great Britain to be paid unto her out of my personal Estate
      within Ten Days most after my Decease I also give and
      bequeath unto her all such amounts and arrears of Rent
      of my Real Estate that shall or may be outstanding and
      due to me at the time of my decease And also all my
      Dividends Interest and produce of all my Stock and
      Securities for Money whatsoever that shall be due at
      the time of my Decease And I also give and bequeath
      unto her One half pint Silver Mugg One large Silver
      Soup Spoon One Silver pepper box One Silver Milk
      Pot Seven Silver Table Spoons Eight Silver Tea spoons
      One Pair of Silver Tea Tongs and Strainer One fine
      Damask Table Cloth Six Damask Napkins One Pair of
      fine holland Stools Two pair of fine holland pillow biers
      Two pair of Common Stools and three other pillow biers
      One White Bed Quilt for own Chest of Drawers and
      one of my best ffeather Beds to be of her own choice Six
      China Cups and Saucers Twenty one China Blue and White
      Plates One Mahogany Tea Chest three China Muggs
      with the Effigies of the king of prusia painted thereon and
      Twenty Six of my best pewter plates Item I give and
      Bequeath unto my two friends the Reverend W George
      Beauchamp of South Ockenden aforesaid Clerk and
      Christopher Tyler of Daggenham in the said County
      Gentleman and to the Survivor of them and to the Extors
      and Admons of such Survivor of All my Bank Annuity Stocks
      and all other my Stocks in the publish ffunds In Trust that
      they or the Survivor of them or the Executors or Admons of
      such Survivor do and Shall permit and Suffer my said Wife
      Mary and her Afsigns during the Term of her Natural life
      To receive the Dividends Interest and produce thereof to
      And for her and their own use And from and after her
      Decease Then In Trust that they my said Trustees and the
      Survivor of them and the Executors and Admons of such
      Survivor Do and Shall survive the Dividends Interest
      And produce thereof and pay a Moeity or half part of
      The same share to each of my two Daughters Ann the Wife of
      Samuel Dudfield and Sarah the Wife of Samuel Johnson
      And not to either of their present or after taken husbands.
      But into each of their own proper hands or to each of their
      Order during their respective Natural lives And I Do
      Will Order and Direct that the Receipt and Receipts of
      My Said Daughters and each of them notwithstand their
      or of their respective Order shall be from
      Time to time a full and Effectual Discharge both in Law and
      Equity to my said Trustees and the Survivor of them and the
      Executors and Admons of such Survivor And from and
      After the Decease of either of my said Daughters Then In
      Trust that my said Trustees and the Survivor of them and
      The Executors and Admons of such Survivor do and shall
      Transfer Sell or otherwise Assign or Dispose of a Moiety
      Or half part of my said Stocks and pay Divide and distribute
      The same to and amongst her children equally (if more
      Than one) Share and Share alike And if but one then to such
      Only Child his or her Executors and Admons And that the
      Dividends Interest and Produce of the other remaining
      Moeity of my said Stocks shall continue and be paid to
      The Survivor of my said Two Daughters during her life
      in manner as aforesaid And from and Imediately after
      her decease Then In Trust that my said Trustees or the
      Survivor of them or the Executors or Admons of such
      Survivor do and Shall Imediately Transfer Sell or
      otherwise Assign or Dispose of the other remaining
      Moiety or half part of my said Stocks and pay Divide
      And Distribute the same to and amongst the Children
      Of such of my Surviving Daughter Equally if more than
      One Share and Share alike And if but one then to such
      Only Child his or her Executors and Admons Item I Give
      And Devise unto the said George Beauchamp and Christr
      Tyler and their heirs All and Singular my Real Estate
      Whatsoever and wheresoever In Trust to and for the
      Several Uses Intents and purposes hereinafter mentioned
      (that is to say) To the Use and behoof of my said Wife Mary
      For and during the Term of her Natural life And from
      And Imediately after her Decease To the Use and behoof
      Of my Eldest Son John for and during the Term of his
      Natural life and from and after that Determination of
      that Estate To the Use and behoof of the said George
      Beauchamp and Christopher Tyler and their heirs for
      and during the life of my said Eldest Son John neverthelefs
      to permit and Suffer my said Eldest Son John and his
      afsigns to take and Receive the Rents Issues and profits
      of my said Real Estate for and during that Term of his
      Natural life and from and after his Decease To the use
      And behoof of the first Son of the Body of my said Eldest
      Son lawfully ifsuing and to the Heirs Male of the Body
      Of such first Son lawfully Ifsuing And for Default of
      Such Ifsue To the Use and behoof of the Second Son of my
      Said Eldest Son John lawfully ifsuing and to the Heirs
      Male of the Body of such Second Son of my said Eldest
      Son John lawfully ifsuing And for Default of such Ifsue
      To the Use and behoof of the third fourth fifth Sixth Seventh
      And all and every other Son and Sons of my Said Eldest Son
      John lawfully ifsuing Severally and Succefsively one after
      Another in Order and Course as they shall be in Seniority
      Of Age and priority of Birth and of the Several Heirs
      Male of their Several and respective Bodies lawfully
      Ifsuing as aforesaid the Elder of the said Sons and the
      Heirs Male of his Body being always to be preferred before
      The younger of Such Sons and the Heirs Male of their
      Bodies And for Default of such Ifsue To the Use and
      behoof of all and every the Daughter and Daughters of
      my said Eldest Son John as Tenants in Common and not
      as Joint Tenants and the Heirs of their Several and
      respective Bodies lawfully to be begotten And for
      Default of such Ifsue To the Use and behoof of my
      Youngest Son Joseph Ennever his Heirs and Afsigns
      For ever Item I Give and bequeath unto my Youngest
      Son Joseph Ennever All my Ready Money Leases Stock
      Cropp And all the Rest and residue of my whole personal
      Estate whatsoever and wheresoever not hereinbefore
      Particularly Disposed of And make him my whole and
      Sole Residuary Legatee And I do Nominate and Appoint
      My said two friends George Beauchamp and Christopher
      Tyler Executors of this my last Will and Testament And
      Also Testamentary Guardian of my said youngest son
      Joseph Ennever till his arrival at the Age of Twenty
      One years And I Give to each of my said Trustees and
      Executors Ten Guineas apiece for their Trouble in the
      Execution of the Several Trusts by me in them reposed
      Hereby revoking Annulling and making void all other
      Wills by me at any time heretofore made And Do
      Declare this to be my true and only last Will
      And Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last
      Will and Testament containing two Sheets of paper
      set my hand and Seal the Twenty Eighth day of January
      In the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred
      and sixty, John Ennever. Signed Sealed published
      and declared by the said Testator John Ennever for and
      as his last Will and Testament in our presence and
      by us attested in his presence and at his request and in
      the presence of one another. G. Ward, ffurnivals Inn &
      Wm. Hefsele, his Clerk - Wm. Ayrton, another of Mr Wards Clks

      This will was proved at London, the first
      Day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven
      hundred and sixty two before the Worshipful George
      Harris Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Worshipful
      Sir Edward Simpson knight also Doctor of Laws Master
      keeper or commissary of the Prerogative Court of
      Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oath of Christopher
      Tyler one of the Executors named in the said Will to whom
      administration was Granted of all and singular the Goods
      Chattels and Credits of the deceased he having been first
      Sworn duly to administer (power reserved of making
      the like Grant to the Reverend George Beauchamp
      Clerk the other Executor when he Shall apply for the same).

      Note: underlined text indicates that the transcription is a best effort and may not be accurate
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    Dated 1757, anchor mark for Richard Holdship, RH monogram for Robert Hancock,
    with reeded strap handle, printed in black by Robert Hancock with a half-length portrait of Frederick the Great above the date 1757 gesturing towards trophies of War and battle honours, reversed with the winged Fame blowing trumpets, 10.8cm high (crack, chips)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    Last Will and Testament
    Buried 23 Mar 1762  St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    Parish Register
    Probate 1 Apr 1762 
    • This will was proved at London, the first
      Day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven
      hundred and sixty two before the Worshipful George
      Harris Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Worshipful
      Sir Edward Simpson knight also Doctor of Laws Master
      keeper or commissary of the Prerogative Court of
      Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oath of Christopher
      Tyler one of the Executors named in the said Will to whom
      administration was Granted of all and singular the Goods
      Chattels and Credits of the deceased he having been first
      Sworn duly to administer (power reserved of making
      the like Grant to the Reverend George Beauchamp
      Clerk the other Executor when he Shall apply for the same).
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I547  1. Essex Ennevers
    Last Modified 8 Sep 2011 

    Father John ENNEVER,   Chr:  18 Jan 1678/9, Parish Church, St Edward the Confessor, Romford, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  19 Feb 1742/3, Dunton, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Mother Mary COOPER,   Chr:  14 Oct 1690, Parish Church, St Peter, South Weald, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  13 Nov 1757, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 67 years) 
    Married 18 Sep 1711  Parish Church, St Peter, South Weald, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    John Ennever & Mary Cooper
    John Ennever & Mary Cooper
    Parish Register
    Family ID F176  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family (spouse) 1 Mary CORNWELL,   Chr:  6 Nov 1708, Great Coggeshall, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 49 years) 
    Married 4 Mar 1735/6  Mercers Hall Chapel, Cheapside, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    John Ennever and Mary Cornwell
    John Ennever and Mary Cornwell
    Parish register
    Separation 16 Aug 1750 
    Divorced 15 May 1753  Consistory Court of the Bishop of London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • March 1753 (11-20)

      Ennever, Leave for a Bill of Divorce:

      Upon reading the Petition of John Ennever Gentleman; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, to dissolve hisMarriage with Mary Cornwell; and to enable him tomarry again; and for other Purposes therein mentioned:
      It is Ordered, That Leave be given to bring in aBill, according to the Prayer of the said Petition.
      Bill read.

      Accordingly the Earl of Findlater presented to theHouse a Bill, intituled, "An Act to dissolve the Marriage of John Ennever Gentleman with Mary Cornwellhis now Wife; and to enable him to marry again; andfor other Purposes therein mentioned."
      And the same was read the First Time.
      Ordered, That the said Bill be read a 2d Timeon this Day Fortnight, being the 28th Day of this Instant March, and Notice thereof affixed on the Doors ofthis House; and the Lords to be summoned; and thatthe said John Ennever may be heard, by his Counsel, atthe said Second Reading, to make out the Truth of theAllegations of the Bill; and that the said Mary Cornwell may have a Copy of the said Bill; and that Noticebe given her of the said Second Reading: and that shebe at Liberty to be heard, by her Counsel, what she mayhave to offer against the said Bill, at that Time.

      March 1753 (21-30)

      Ennever's Divorce, Bill.

      The Order of the Day being read, for the SecondReading of the Bill, intituled, "An Act to dissolvethe Marriage of John Ennever Gentleman with MaryCornwell his now Wife; and to enable him to marryagain; and for other Purposes therein mentioned;"and for hearing Counsel, as well for as against thesame:
      Counsel were accordingly called in.
      But no Counsel appearing for Mrs. Ennever:
      Thomas Evans
      was produced, and sworn, and examinedas to the Service of the Order for giving her Notice;and informed the House, "That he delivered a Copyof the Bill, with the Order for giving her Notice ofthis Proceeding, to Mrs. Ennever, at her Lodgings inWhite Chappel; that he had never seen her before; butshe acknowledged hereself to be Mr. Ennever's Wife."
      Whereupon Sarah Briscoe was called in, and sworn;and informed the House, "That the said Mrs. Enneverlodges at her House; and that the said Thomas Evansdelivered the Papers to the said Mrs. Ennever, on Friday the 16th of this Month, in her Presence."
      And then they were directed to withdraw.
      And the said Bill was read a 2d Time.
      And Mr. Brown, Counsel for the Bill, was heard,in order to make out the Allegations thereof; and called,
      Elizabeth Swindell; who, being sworn and examinedto prove the Marriage, informed the House, "That shewas present, when Mr. Ennever and his Wife weremarried, at Mercer's Chapel; that it was on the 4th of March, about 16 or 17 Years ago."
      She is directed to withdraw.
      Then Elizabeth Taverner was called in, and sworn;and, being examined as to any unlawful Familiaritiesbetween Mrs. Ennever and Jonathan Harvey Mr. Ennever's Cow-man, gave the House an Account, "Thatshe was a Servant in the Family, and had very oftenobserved very unlawful and indecent Familiaritiesbetween her Mistress and the said Jonathan Harveythe Cow-keeper; that she used to be much in hisCompany, and to be with him often alone; and that,after her Master had discharged the said Jonathanfrom his Service on account of those Familiarities,they often met together in the Stables and Cart-houses;and her Mistress set her to stand Watch, to give Notice when her Master came Home."
      She is directed to withdraw.
      Next, William Reynolds, who also was a Servant inthe Family, was called in, and sworn; and gave the likeAccount of very indecent Familiarities between hisMistress and the said Jonathan Harvey; and "That sheused to order the Maid to stand Watch, that they (fn. 1) maynot be surprized by the other Servants; and also thatshe eloped from her Husband on the 16th of August1750; and that, when she went away, she was reputedto be with Child, and that her Husband and she hadkept separate Beds from February 1748/9."
      He is directed to withdraw.
      Then Thomas Papril was called in, and sworn; and,being examined, gave the like Account of very indecentFamiliarities between Mrs. Ennever and the said Jonathan Harvey.
      He is directed to withdraw.
      And Elizabeth Ingram was called; and, being swornand examined, gave the House an Account, "That shelived as a Servant in the Family about Four Yearsago; that she could not speak as to any Familiaritiesbetween her Mistress and Jonathan Harvey; but shehad seen very great and indecent Familiarities betweenher and one Philip Benton; and particularly that shecarried a Glass of Wine once to them in the Bedroom, where they were in a very indecent Posture."
      She is directed to withdraw.
      Then Anthony Bayley was called in; and, being sworn,gave the House an Account of his finding Mrs. Enneverin Bed with a Man at Hobbs' Coffee-house, a House of bad Repute, in Newcastle Street, near White Chapel, on the 18th of November last; but he did not know theMan.
      He is directed to withdraw.
      Then John Hawkins was called in; and, being sworn,gave the like Account of his being at the said Coffeehouse with the last Witness, and seeing her in Bed witha Man; but he did not know the Man.
      And then he withdrew.
      Then William Skelton, Register of the Consistorycourt of the Bishop of London, was called in; and beingsworn, produced the original Definitive Sentence ofDivorce from Bed and Board, against the said Mrs. Ennever, for Adultery, of the 28th of February last; andread the same.
      Which done; the Counsel was directed to withdraw.
      Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to a Committee of the whole House, on Friday next.
      Adjourn.

      April 1753 (1-30)

      Ennever's Divorce Bill.

      The Earl of Warwick (according to order) reportedthe Amendments made by the Committee of the wholeHouse to the Bill, intituled, "An Act to dissolve theMarriage of John Ennever Gentleman with MaryCornwell his now Wife; and to enable him tomarry again; and for other Purposes therein mentioned."
      Which, being read Twice by the Clerk, were agreedto by the House.
      Ordered, That the Bill, with the Amendments,be engrossed.

      May 1753 (1-10)House of Lords
      Message from H. C. to return Ennever's Divorce Bill.

      A Message was brought from the House of Commons,by Mr. Harvey and others:
      To return the Bill, intituled, "An Act to dissolve theMarriage of John Ennever Gentleman with MaryCornwell his now Wife; and to enable him to marryagain; and for other Purposes therein mentioned;"and to acquaint this House, that they have agreed tothe same, without any Amendment.

      May 1753 (11-20)
      House of Lords (extract)
      "45. An Act to dissolve the Marriage of John Ennever Gentleman with Mary Cornwell his now Wife;and to enable him to marry again; and for otherPurposes therein mentioned."
      "46. An Act for exchanging, dividing, enclosing,and reducing into Severalty, the Lands, CommonGrounds, Pastures, Feeding Grounds, and other theLands and Grounds, lying and being in the Manorand Parish of Eastlech Martin, otherwise Botherup, inthe County of Gloucester; and for making a Recompense and Compensation to the Rector, in Lieu of hisTithes and Glebe Lands."
      "47. An Act for confirming and establishing anAgreement, for enclosing and dividing certain Commonand Waste Ground, in the Manor of Leathley, in theCounty of York."
      "48. An Act for enclosing and dividing certainWastes and Commons, in the Manor of Hexham, inthe County of Northumberland."
      "49. An Act for enabling John Latchmore and hisIssue to take and use the Surname of Frye."
      "50. An Act for naturalizing Christian MauriceRodatz."
      To these Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced,severally, in these Words:
      "Soit fait comme il est desiré."
      Then His Majesty was pleased to retire; and the Commons withdrew.
      The House was adjourned during Pleasure, to unrobe.


      Source: Journal of the House of Lords vol 28 1753-1756
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    A list of Parliamentary statutes
    A Bill of Divorce
    A Bill of Divorce
    Derby Mercury - Friday 30 March 1753
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    A table of Parliamentary statutes
    Children 
     1. John ENNIVER,   Chr:  3 Feb 1737, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown
     2. Ann ENNIVER,   Chr:  27 May 1738, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown
     3. Mary ENNIVER,   Chr:  15 May 1739, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 1 years)
     4. Sarah ENNIVER,   Chr:  11 Jun 1740, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown
     5. Robert ENNIVER,   Chr:  11 Jul 1741, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 0 years)
     6. Joseph ENNIVER,   Chr:  31 Aug 1742, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Before 28 Aug 1810, Rainham, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 67 years)
     7. Mary ENNIVER,   Chr:  24 Nov 1743, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 0 years)
     8. Mary ENNIVER,   Chr:  17 Jan 1745, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 1 years)
     9. Robert ENNEVER,   Chr:  8 May 1746, St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 0 years)
     10. Mary INNIVER,   Chr:  11 Nov 1749, St Peter and St Paul, Grays Thurrock, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location,   Died:  Yes, date unknown  (Age ~ 1 years)
    Family histories
    John Ennever 1712/13-1762
    John Ennever 1712/13-1762
    Dissolution of his marriage by an Act of Parliament.
    Strange things occur in families...
    Strange things occur in families...
    Some of the more unusual occurrences in the Ennever & related families, not featured elsewhere.
    Family ID F162  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family (spouse) 2 Mary OSBORN,   Died:  Yes, date unknown 
    Married 31 May 1759  Writtle, Essex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Marriage not proved.
    Family histories
    John Ennever 1712/13-1762
    John Ennever 1712/13-1762
    Dissolution of his marriage by an Act of Parliament.
    Strange things occur in families...
    Strange things occur in families...
    Some of the more unusual occurrences in the Ennever & related families, not featured elsewhere.
    Family ID F349  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 3 Jan 1712/3 - Dunton, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChristened - 23 Jan 1712/3 - Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin, Dunton, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 4 Mar 1735/6 - Dunton, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 4 Mar 1735/6 - Mercers Hall Chapel, Cheapside, London Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - From 1737 to 1746 - South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 7 Jul 1745 - South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 1749 - Grays Thurrock, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 15 Jul 1752 - South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - Mar 1753 - South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDivorced - 15 May 1753 - Consistory Court of the Bishop of London Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 23 Dec 1757 - South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMisc - 5 Mar 1758 - St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 31 May 1759 - Writtle, Essex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 23 Mar 1762 - St Nicholas Church, South Ockendon, Essex Link to Google Earth
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  • Wills
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    John Ennever (1712/13-1762)
    A list of Parliamentary statutes
    John Enniver (1712/13-1762)
    John Enniver (1712/13-1762)
    Text of will


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