The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8


History of Fayette County, Indiana, Frederic Barrows, ed., Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen and Co., 1917. p188).

13 Sept 1824: deed from Jonathan and Nancy Hougham to Daniel (Kleine) Kline, all of Fayette County, Indiana, for $200, 55A on west The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 side of the SE¼ S9 T14 R13E, Fayette County, Indiana, Deed Bk E p 547).

Feb 1825: dismissed by letter from New Bethel Primitive Baptist Church.

6 Jan 1826: deed from Emanuel and Elizabeth The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Gebhart of Montgomery County, Ohio, to Jonathan Hougham of Butler County, Ohio, $400, S12 T3 R3E, Butler County, Ohio, Deed Bk M p302.

1 Feb 1826: deed from Jonathan and Nancy Hougham to Robert Birsenbark The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, all of Butler County, Ohio, 10 96/100A for $110, S12 T3 R3E. Butler County, Ohio, Deed Bk L p620.

9 June 1827: deed from Jonathan and Nancy Hougham and Elizabeth Hougham, all of Butler County The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, Ohio, to James Emmans of Butler County, Ohio, $948, 50 5/8A, SW corner, S1 T2 R3E, Butler County, Ohio, Deed Book N, p497.

18 Dec 1828: deed from Jonathan and Nancy Hougham The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of Parke County, Indiana to William McCord, for $300, 442 84/100 A, Parke County, Indiana, SE¼ S5 T16N R6W, Parke County, Indiana, Relief Deed Book, p102.

22 Jan 1835: deed from Jonathan and Nancy Hougham to John The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Linebarger, all of Parke County, Indiana, for $500, Parke County, Indiana, commencing at the southeast corner S7 T16N R8W. Parke County, Indiana, Deed Bk 2 p305.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8.

no date: daughter Hettie born.

no date: daughter Nancy born.

no date: daughter Rebecca.

no date: daughter Mahala born.

no date: daughter Eliza born.

no date: daughter Martha born.

no date: married The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Mrs. Martha Caves.

no date: son Moses born; died age 6 years.

10 May 1850: wrote will. Parke County, Indiana, Will Bk 2 p38.

1855: died Parke County, Indiana.

3 Sept 1855: will probated, neighbor Andrew Linebarger executor of will The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8.

Brother Aaron in Johnson County, Indiana mentioned in will. Obtained land from Aaron Hougham in West Union.


Jonathan Hougham will contents: to wife Martha Hougham — all my household and kitchen furniture The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, my riding horse, another saddle, 1 good milk cow (if no horse at my death, she gets $40, $10, all provisions on хэнд also the use of the 2 lots where on I now live then to be The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 divided among my 5 daughters Nancy Linebarger, Rebecca Harris, Mahala Hougham, Eliza Young, Martha Brown. “Where on I now live” which I purchased at Sheriffs sale as the property of Aaron Hougham situated The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 in town of West Union, Parke County, Indiana.


^ Mary Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

25 Jan 1805: born Ohio.


Aaron Hougham (son of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

9 July 1808: born The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Ohio.


Sarah Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

11 Nov 1809: born Ohio.


^ David Hougham (son of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

27 May 1814: born Ohio.

7 Oct 1841: married Parke County, Indiana, to The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Catherine Newman.

1842: son Aaron N. born Indiana.

1845: daughter Barbara A. born Indiana.

7 Aug 1847: son George born Indiana.

1848: daughter Nancy born Indiana.

Possibly “Davis.”

A David Hougham was the first postmaster of Delta, in Park The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 County, Indiana; established 1840.


Ann Yandes Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

18 Nov 1841: married Parke County, Indiana, to Charles Martin.

A Charles Martin married Parke County, Indiana, Narcissa Hougham The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 on 4 Dec 1845. Ann is not listed in her father's will, so she may have died before 1845.


Jonathan Hougham (son of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

1818: born Ohio (Indiana?).

A Jonathan Hougham married Parke The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 County, Indiana, Sarah Stuart 14 Aug 1845.

A Jonathan Hougham married Parke County, Indiana, Martha Williams 30 Jan 1850.


Nancy Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

no date: married _______ Linebarger.


Rebecca (Rebeckah The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8?) Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

13 Dec 1832: married Parke County, Indiana, to Walter Harris.


^ Mahala Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

A Mahalia Hougham married Parke County, Indiana The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, Isaac Johnson 28 June 1851.


Eliza Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

no date: married _______ Young.


^ Martha Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Nancy (Davis) Hougham)

no date: married _______ Brown.


Phebe Hougham (granddaughter? of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Aaron and _______ Hougham)

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Runyon Hougham (son of Jarvis and _______ Hougham)

born England?

?1810: Liberty Township, Highland County, Ohio.


^ Isaac Hougham (son of Jarvis and _______ Hougham)

?1810: Liberty Township, Highland County, Ohio.

1820: census Liberty Township, Highland The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 County, Ohio, 1 male age 26-45 (1775-1794); 2 females age 10-16 (1804-1810); 1 female age 26-45 (1775-1794).

2 Oct 1829: witnessed will of James Wadman probated 21 July 1830. Isaac testified from McLean County, Illinois. Wills, Administrations, Guardianships, and Adoptions of Highland County The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, Ohio 1805-1850. David N. McBride. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edward Letter Shop, 1957.

before 30 June 1832: moved to McLean County, Illinois.

Wills, administrations, and guardianships, Highland County, Ohio, books, p17.

This Isaac Hougham could be mixed up with The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Isaac, son of Moses and Catherine (Pitts) Hougham.


^ Susannah Hougham (daughter of Francis and Elizabeth (Troughton) Hougham)

24 Aug 1712: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.


Mary Hougham (daughter of Francis and The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Elizabeth (Troughton) Hougham)

14 Feb 1715: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.


^ Nathaniel Hougham (son of Francis and Elizabeth (Troughton) Hougham)

20 Sept 1719: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

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Rebecca Hougham (?daughter of Jarvis and Eleanor The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 _______ Hougham)

12 May 1731: christened Saint Faith under Saint Paul, London, England.


^ Mary Hougham (?daughter of Jarvis and Eleanor _______ Hougham)

7 Aug 1732: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

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Margaret Hougham (daughter of Michael and The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Margaret (Courthorpe) Hougham)

11 June 1619: christened Canterbury, Kent, England.

no date: married _______ Lasher.

no date: son Nathaniel Lasher born, of London, England, not 21 in 1661 (Aunt Anne's will).

no date: son Joshua The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Lasher born, of London, England, not 21 in 1661 (Aunt Anne's will).


^ Michael Hougham (son of Michael and Margaret (Courthorpe) Hougham)

22 Sept 1623: christened Bekesbourne, Kent, England.


Mercy Hougham (daughter of Michael and Margaret (Courthorpe) Hougham)

21 June The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1629: christened, Bekesbourne registers.

1 Oct 1645: buried St. George, Canterbury, Kent, England.


^ Bennett Hougham (daughter of Michael and Margaret (Courthorpe) Hougham)

11 Apr 1636: christened Bekesbourne, Kent, England.

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Edward Hougham (son of Richard and Elizabeth The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 (Sanders) Hougham)

25 May 1598: christened Ash, Kent, England.

20 Feb 1621: married at St. Mary, Margaret Denne (1603, of Morton, Kent, England-_______) daughter of William Denne, yeoman.

28 Mar 1623: daughter Elizabeth christened St. Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8.

26 Mar 1624: daughter Anna christened St. Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England.

3 Apr 1625: daughter Anne christened St. Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England.

19 Apr 1627: daughter Mary christened St. Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 (died young, 1627/28).

14 Mar 1630: married Mary Fagge (daughter of John Fagge).

no date: son Fagge born.

no date: son Edward born.

1670: will.

13 Dec 1670: buried.

Gentleman of Norborne when married.


Edward Hougham, Will 1 Dec 1670 of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Chislett, Kent - Photostat - (Marian Hurley Pratt):

“In the name of God, Amen. I, Edward Hougham of Parish of Chislett Co., Kent, gent. make this my last will and testament 1 Dec A.D. 1670 in The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 manner and form following: Imprimus, I devise my soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to the earth to be decently buried in the chancel The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 within the church of Chislett. Item. To my daughter Elizabeth, now wife of Edward Rose, my lease of the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Canterbury, now in occupation of John Tooker The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 the elder. To my niece Elizabeth Huffam L5 to buy her one piece of plate and to my niece Ann Franks L5. To my grand-daughter Joyce Rose L30 and to my The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 grandson Edward Rose of Maidstone L20. Item. I promised L50 in consideration of a marriage between John Harrison and my grand-daughter Elizabeth Rose. I desire and order my executor to pay The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 it. I give unto my son Fagge Hougham and his heirs forever all my lands in indenture bearing date of 10 March in 16th year of Charles I, мейд between Edward Hougham and The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 John Fagge of Brenzett, Ash, (except 1 yerll “Sonton” about 15 acres and 10 acres called Roughborrough in Yith of Ash) I bequeath to Fagge for his natural life and after his decease to my eldest son The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 and heirs of his body—if any, if not, to second son, and third son, and failing male issue it shall descend to female heirs lawfully begotten by son Fagge, if any, if The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 not, then in same manner to son Edward and failing there to my grandson Edward Rose and his heirs forever. To my son Edward my sole executor I devise all my goods The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, chattells, bonds, bills, mortgages, recoginzantes, personal estate unbequeathed, he paying my legacies and performing my will as above written. I also devise to “Colonel” William Roake and “Captain” Paul Petite The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, and Courthorpe Wood, each a gold ring valued L10 and to Anne Haute L4 and the like sum to my son Rufus Waggoner and his boy—my desire all to be paid within 6 months The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 after my decease, and lastly I devise to my son Fagge all the arrears of my rent and dues from my tenant Ratcliffe, in witness whereof I set my хэнд and seal The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8. Edward Hougham.

In presence of Edward Rose, Gent. and Courthorpe Wood. Probate: W. Lovelace, Paul Lukin, Notary Public.


^ Anne Hougham (daughter of Edward and Margaret (Denne) Hougham)

no date: married John Bettenham The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, gentleman.

no date: daughter Anne Bettenham born.

no date: daughter Elizabeth Bettenham born.

no date: daughter Mary Bettenham born.


^ Mary Hougham (daughter of Edward and Margaret (Denne) Hougham)

1627/28: died (died The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 young).


Elizabeth Hougham (daughter of Edward and Margaret (Denne) Hougham)

1624: born.

13 July 1639: married at St. Mary, Edward Rose of Chislet (Edward born 1613, Elizabeth was age 15 when married).

14 July 1640: daughter Elizabeth Rose born Chislet The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8; married John Harrison (in will of father, 1670, in will of Fagge, 1681, child:

Elizabeth Harrison, of Chislet, Kent, England.

26 Feb 1642: daughter Joyce Rose born (in grandfather's will, 1670).

3 July 1645: son Edward Rose The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 born Chislet, later 1670 of Maidstone; buried 27 Sept 1669.

Possibly named Margaret.


^ Fagge Hougham (son of Edward and Mary (Fagge) Hougham)

3 July 1681: buried.

20 July 1681: will proved.

In father's will 1670. No wife or children.

Fagge The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Huffham of Canterbury, will proved 20 July 1681, photostat, abbreviated by Marian Hurley Pratt: “In the name of God, Amen. I, Fagge Huffham, of the City of Canterbury, gentleman, being sick of body The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 but of sound memory and understanding blessed by God do make this my last will and testament in manner following. First, I commend my soul into the hands of God tht gave The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, trusting by the merit of Jesus Christ my Saviour and Redeemer to be eternally saved. My body I commit to the earth from whence it was taken decently to be buried by executive The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 hereafter to be named and for my personal estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with, I dispose of as followeth. First, I give unto my cousin Elizabeth Harrison, daughter The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of John Harrison, gentleman, the sum of L20 which I direct shall be paid within three months after my decease to Elizabeth Rose the grandmother of said Elizabeth, to be by The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 her Elizabeth Rose used and disposed of in the manner she thinks most fit. On payment of the L20 by my executive a receipt of Elizabeth Rose shall be a full discharge The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of same.

I give and bequeath to my loving friend Katherine Croft widow of John Croft of the City of Canterbury, gentleman, deceased, all my goods, chattells and ready money, lands, mortgages The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, inventories for money, and all my personal estate whatsoever to be by her enjoyed as her own goods and chattells, she paying my debts and funeral expenses and the legacies by me before The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 bequeathed, and her, the said Katherine Croft I make and ordain my sole executive of this my last will and testament, in witness whereof I, the said Fagge Huffam to which I The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 have set my хэнд and seal this 20th day of Anno in the 33rd year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles II now King of England” (1681). Signed Fagge The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Huffam. In presence of John Coppin, Robert Barham and Eli Kenisby.


^ Edward Hougham (son of Edward and Mary (Fagge) Hougham)

Executor of father's will. At law with his half sisters' descendants The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 over property legally theirs via Grandfather Denne. Both Fagge and Edward received inheritances from their Grandfather Fagge before they were 21 (will 1640). If Edward had no family, this branch ends here. No wife The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 or family found.

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^ Solomon Hougham (son of Richard and Elizabeth (Sanders) Hougham)

1 Jan 1599: christened Ash, Kent, England.

6 Dec 1619: married Birchington, Kent, England, to Mary Beake (Bekesbourne, Kent, England; died 19 Jan 1641; buried at St The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8. Mary's, Sandwich).

12 May 1622: son Richard christened.

1624: son Solomon born.

17 Nov 1626: twin daughter Anne christened.

17 Nov 1626: twin son Edward christened.

1632: son Henry christened.

1639: elected Mayor of Sandwich.

27 Nov 1656: died of plague; buried in the The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 south Aisle of St. Mary's Church, Sandwich.

Gentleman of Norborne when married.


^ Richard Hougham (son of Solomon and Mary (Beake) Hougham)

12 May 1622: christened Stourmouth, Kent, England.

6 Apr 1662: will.

16 Jan The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1662: will ?probated.

26 Apr 1662: died without issue.

Gentleman of Sandwich. Unmarried. Buried in the south aisle of St. Mary's Church, Sandwich.

Richard Hougham of Sandwich, will 6 Apr 1662, photostat, abbreviated by Marian Hurley Pratt: “In The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 the name of God, Amen. I, Richard Hougham of Sandwich, Kent, Gentleman...to be buried in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, as near my father as conveniently may The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 be...I bequeath to my brother Solomon and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, and for want of such I give to my brother Henry and his heirs and assignes The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 forever...provided that my said brother Solomon and Henry shall in consideration of my estate bequeathed them...equally bear the costs, paying such debts as I shall owe at time of my The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 decease, and all such legacies as shall be given in this will, also the discharge of my funeral expenses...if not he shall have no benefit from bequeaths...they shall immediately fall The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 to him that performeth the duty.

I give to Thomas Harvey my shirt, cloak, sword, belt and best hat, to be given him within a week after my decease, and to my loving sister The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Anne wife of Thomas Harvey L20 to be paid her in two years after my decease. I give to the poor people of Sandwich L3 to be paid out in bread to be The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 delivered to them in South Porch of St. Mary's Church in Sandwich in following manner: the first 20 shillings worth on the day of my funeral, and 40 shillings worth within tow years The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 next after my decease.

My said brother Henry Hougham sole Executor of this my will and revoke all former wills by me мейд and appoint this to be my last The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 will and testament in witness whereof I have here set my хэнд and seal the 6th day of Apr 1662.

I give unto Joyce Elliott, my cousin Richard's servant 20 shillings to be paid The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 by Executors after the mass and a month after my decease.” Signed Richard Hougham.


^ Solomon Hougham (son of Solomon and Mary (Beake) Hougham)

1624: born Ash, Kent, England, christened at Barton Court.

27 July The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1694: will written.

1696: sheriff of Kent.

16 Mar 1697/98: died unmarried, age 73, without issue.

23 Mar 1697/98: buried.

Sheriff of Kent, merchant of London.

Sought his fortune beyond seas, for King James' Charter to the Merchant The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Adventurers in 1617 had broken up the trade of the Kentish ports with the Low Countries. According to his tombstone in St. Mary's, Sandwich:

“Both the Indies, both the poles,

Nay The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, both the worlds, knew

His traffic, justice, and his bounty too.”

At all events, he managed to early acquire a good fortune, and at his last going beyond `seas' left his will sealed up The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 `in his aunt's hands.'


Marian Hurley Pratt: “In his will he mentions `my nephew Charles, son of my brother Henry' (deceased), `my brother-in-law Thomas Harvey, my sister Ann, his wife The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, my nephews Solomon and Daniel Harvey, my niece Sarah Harvey, my cousin (Miss) Francis Pollard, Richard and Henry (not 21) sons of my nephew Charles Hougham, and my cousin John Eborn The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 and his children, all other of my nephew Charles Hougham's children, and nephew Richard Harvey.' `To Solomon oldest son of my brother Henry Hougham, Barton Estate, St. Paul's, Fordwicke' (follows a long The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 list of houses, land, etc.) on condition that all remains to oldest sons male heirs, failing males, to next son's male, and so on down and across to the The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 tenth generation both down and across.'


Solomon lived like a Lord, even was called `Lord of the Manor' but his highest rank title could only be `Sir.' He had inherited and accumulated wealth, lived The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 luxuriously, and was very liberal in his will of ten pages long, he мейд provisions for the elaborate marble tombstone in the chancel of St. Mary's at Sandwich, in memory there The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of his parents, self, and brother Richard. He also set aside for life forever 11L to be given each Sunday in penny loaves at 4 shillings a week to the poor after service The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, and 12 shillings at Christmas. This was observed every week from 1694 till about 1900 and would still be if his will had been adhered to. From 200 to 250 years passed by, then female heirs The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 took possession and in 1936 the farm which provided the fund was cut into building lots and sold. The `Past was Forgotten.'


Great confusion and many lawsuits resulted when heirship passed from male to females The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, numerous claims and lawsuits followed, only four or five generations had gone by instead of the specified ten.


I have reported Solomon's will at great length because of its The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 great genealogical value, especially as it clears up errors мейд by historians, which will arise as this record continues. By reference to it and an occasional chart, I will endeavour to identify as plainly The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 as possible true relationships of descendants, many of whom, like myself, really knew nothing beyond the curtain of tradition who truly were their ancestors, and the printed errors only added to The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 the confusion.”


^ Ann Hougham (daughter of Solomon and Mary (Beake) Hougham)

17 Nov 1626: christened Ash, Kent, England (Ash registers). Twin of Edward.

no date: married Thomas Harvey (27 Jan 1632-27 July 1696). He was The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 “Rear Admiral of The White,” of Selson, Eastry, Kent. His will proved 10 Aug 1696. The only child of Sarah, fifth wife of Richard Harvey, ref.: Berry's Pedigrees, p252, will of Uncle Solomon The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Hougham, 1656. The parents and five children were named. Memorials of Eastry give “Thomas Harvey died 27 July 1696, age 63, and his wife; died 25 Sept 1716, age 85 (born 1631?) and their daughter Mrs. Sarah Barnard; died 25 July 1696, wife of William The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Barnard, citizen of London.” Sarah was age 32).

no date: child Harvey born.

1656: son Solomon Harvey born; died 1733; gentleman; married Catherine (children?: Ann, Mary, Solomon).

no date: son Charles Harvey born, of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Selson, Eastry, Kent, England.

no date: son Henry Harvey born, of Eastry, Kent, England.

ca 1660: daughter Elizabeth Harvey born, of Eastry, Kent, England.

no date: son Daniel Harvey born (mentioned in the The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 will of Solomon Hougham).

1663: daughter Sarah Harvey born; died 25 July 1696; married age 32 (ca 1695) to William Barnard.

no date: son Richard Harvey born, of Dane Court; married Elizabeth Paramore, “Major Richard The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Harvey bought Dane Court in 1724 and in 1763 Rev. Richard Harvey alienated it from him.”

25 Sept 1716: died.


Marian Hurley Pratt: “The Harveys were a large family, financially well-to-do; among their number The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 were goldsmiths and high-ranking officers of H.M. Navy.”


^ Edward Hougham (son of Solomon and Mary (Beake) Hougham)

17 Nov 1626: christened Ash, Kent, England (Ash registers). Twin of Ann.

Probably died young The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8; he is not on any of the family wills, no wife on any record, historian Planche gives him a son Solomon on his chart without explanation, reason or date.

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^ Henry Hougham (son The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of Solomon and Mary (Beake) Hougham)

1632: born Ash, Kent, England.

1656: married Elizabeth Naylor at St. Mary Bredin's, daughter of John Naylor of Wenvil, Kent, ref.: Visitations of Kent, 1663-D-18 and family wills (“A Forgotten The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Past” lists Margaret Owere as his wife; married 1643, without explanation or comment). Henry records himself in College of Arms as husband of Elizabeth Naylor.

19 June 1656: son Solomon christened Nonington, Kent, England The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8.

4 Oct 1657: son John christened Nonington, Kent, England.

1 Feb 1659: son Richard christened Nonington, Kent, England.

23 May 1660: son Charles christened Nonington, Kent, England.

1659: son ?Henry born.

25 June 1663: daughter Elizabeth born Nonington, Kent, England.

Before 1694 or The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1698: died.

Buried at St. Mary Bredin's, Canterbury.


^ Solomon Hougham (son of Henry and Elizabeth (Naylor) Hougham)

19 June 1656: christened Nonington, Kent, England.

16 Oct 1694: married Mildred Milles (of St. Mary Bothow The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8. Will 1 Mar 1727) at Saint Martin Outwich, London, England. The registers of St. Martin, Outwich, London. Parish of All Hallow's the Great gives his marriage date. “A Forgotten Past”: John at ye Mille The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 * Edward Mille = Margaret * Edmund Mille + 2nd Jane * William Mille + Elizabeth * John Mille = Sybel * George Mille = Sybel * George Mille = Mildred * Edward Mille = Elizabeth Wentham * Solomon Hougham of Kent = Mildred Milles of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 London.

29 Dec 1696: daughter Mary christened.

3 Nov 1698: daughter Mildred christened.

26 Dec 1700: daughter Elizabeth christened.

1 June 1705: daughter Sarah christened.

12 May 1713: will. Proved 1714.

29 Oct 1714: buried St. Mary's, Sandwich.


”“A Forgotten Past”: Inherited Barton Court from The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 his uncle, Solomon. “Probably he was the first of the line of goldsmiths in the Hougham family. He only possessed his inheritance sixteen years, and it then passed to his brother The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Charles.”


Marian Hurley Pratt: “Historians all say Solomon D.S.P., which is an error. Fact is he did inherit and reside in Barton but according to Uncle Solomon's will 1697 only male heirs could The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 inherit it — `reaching down or across 10 generations or moves' — the eldest always preferred first — so as Solomon only had 3 daughters, no males, he could not retain. So it passed The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 to his brother Charles who by now had a son Charles who was next heir. So it was concluded `Solomon D.S.P.' Then a greater error followed when “A Forgotten Past” placed Solomon as The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 son of William Hougham of London. Then one error leads to another so the Solomon Houghams wills and dates were mixed—applied to the wrong persons.”


^ Mary Hougham (daughter The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of Solomon and Mildred (Milles) Hougham)

29 Dec 1696: christened All Hallows the Great, London, England.


Mildred Hougham (daughter of Solomon and Mildred (Milles) Hougham)

3 Nov 1698: christened All Hallows the Great, London, England.

no date The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8: married H. Robert Martyn, of Chippenham.


^ Elizabeth Hougham (daughter of Solomon and Mildred (Milles) Hougham)

26 Dec 1700: christened All Hallows the Great, London, England.

no date: married _______ Roberts (or H. Rogers).

no date: daughter Mary The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Roberts born (living 1727).


Sarah Hougham (daughter of Solomon and Mildred (Milles) Hougham)

1 June 1705: christened All Hallows the Great, London, England.

1726: married John Eden Little (a bachelor of Baldingdon Hall The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, of Sudbury, Suffolk, he was a salter; died 20 Jan 1728 and was buried the next day. His will, both in London and prerogative court of Canterbury: “I devise all to my wife Sarah The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8.”) at St. Paul's Cathedral.

1730: married Samuel Tyssen (buried 4 Jan 1748 at Hackney). Children:

1. Sarah Tyssen, christened 11 Apr 1731; died 1800. 1752 married Richard Boddicott (1725-1756). Child:

1. Sarah Boddicott born 1756; died 1790, 1782 married Samuel Tyssen. Children:

1. Sarah Tyssen born 1784; died 1854, 1806 married The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 John Velloly (1774-1842), had issue.

2. Samuel Tyssen born 1786; died 1845, 1807 married Sophia Baker, had issue.

2. William Tyssen, christened 19 Apr 1732; died 1788. 1762 married Mary Wooton.

3. Mildred Tyssen born and died 1733 (Marian Hurley Pratt The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8: christened 3 Dec 1744; buried 6 Jan 1747).

4. Samuel Tyssen, christened 21 May 1735; died 10 June 1779, unmarried.

5. Francis Tyssen, christened 1 Aug 1736; died 11 Aug 1736; buried at Hackney.

6. Charles Tyssen, christened 21 Dec 1738; died 29 Nov 1751, unmarried.

7. Ann Marie Tyssen, christened 4 May 1744; buried 6 Jan The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1747, unmarried.

Sarah was an heiress at age 9 with lands in Kent and London in will of her father. In 1727 her mother's will left all the silver plate for Sarah The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 and her sister Mildred to share equally. Sarah was of Hackney, London. Samuel Tyssen owned a sugar plantation in Antigua and much property overseas. On 4 Jan 1748 the father Samuel was buried at The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Hackney; all his children were under age and Sarah was 40. Sarah was the sole executor of his will. He desired “to be buried in St. John's in daylight in decent and proper manner” (this The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 peculiar request because of the torchlight funeral of his brother in 1717). Many of his relatives and friends shared his riches and numerous heirlooms, but to his children and wife his diamonds and The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 jewelry.

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^ Henry Hougham (son of Henry and Margaret (Owere) Hougham)

1659: born.

19 May 1681: married Elizabeth Morris, Saint Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England.

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Charles Hougham (son of Henry and Margaret (Owere) Hougham The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8)

no date: married Mary _______.

ca 1690: son Henry born.

no date: son Richard born (died young).

1699: son Charles born.

1704: son Solomon born.

21 Dec 1720: died.

“Charles succeeded his brother Solomon in the estate of Barton The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 in 1714 in right of the will of his uncle Solomon Hougham, the purchaser of the property. Under that will Charles inherited 1000 pounds and was forgiven all debts owing to his uncle.”


^ Henry The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Hougham (son of Charles and Mary (_______) Hougham)

ca 1690: born.

25 Oct 1720: married Sarah Hunt, daughter of William Hunt, Hackington, Kent, England; she m/2 Mr. Shrubsole.

1721: son William born.

2 Mar 1726: will (proved 29 Apr 1726).

March The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1726: died.

Of Barton Court. Will 1726/60/181.

“Henry Hougham was married in the 25th October 1720. In the marriage licence, obtained on the 24th, he is described as of St. Sepulchre near Canterbury The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8, bachelor. He was married at Hackington to Sarah Hunt, spinster, of the parish of St. Andrew, Canterbury, the following day...In the administration of his will mention is мейд of `Michael Hougham, natural son of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 the deceased, Edmund Hougham, Agricola, and Solomon Hougham of Ickhamwood, shovelmaker.'” His property was very extensive. William Hunt (Sarah's father) was an innholder and freeman of London in 1722. It The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 was by marriage that Henry Hougham became freeman of Canterbury.


Henry was married two months before his father died. He died four or five years after marriage. Although he had but one The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 child by Sarah, the administration of his will reveals one or more others. One of his brothers married the sister of his wife, another brother of his had a family, and The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 according to lawsuits, a few years later the claimants of descendants by law of gavelkind both lawfully and otherwise born were many. Henry's will 1726/60/181.

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^ William Hougham (son of Henry and Sarah (Hunt) Hougham The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8)

1721: born.

1 Dec 1752/1744?: married Margaret Hannah Roberta Corbett (daughter of John Corbett and Elizabeth Aucher born ca 1724; died 28 Sept 1755). Marriage registers of St. Paul's.

7 June 1746: daughter Margaret Hannah Roberta christened The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Saint Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Kent, England (died infant).

11 Sept 1748: daughter Catherina christened.

1 Dec 1752: son William christened.

1756: married Mary Knowler (ca 1718-died 8 Nov 1788, without issue, age 70; buried at Upper Deal Church) daughter of Charles Knowler, of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Canterbury and widow of Rev. John Brackenbury.

13 Apr 1789: married Rebecca Austin (widow of Rev. Thomas Gurney, Vicar of Whitstable, 30 Aug 1815, age 76; buried at St. Martin's, Canterbury).

1802: will.

30 Dec The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 1802: died.


In Hasted's, volume 11, p238: “At St. Mary Bredin's is vault for Mrs. Sarah Shrubsole, also for Mrs. Hannah R. Hougham and Henry Hougham of Barton Court.” From a marble tablet in chancel The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 of St. Martin's: “In a vault beneath this marble are deposited the remains of Margaret Hannah Roberta, wife of William Hougham, esq. of Barton Court, who died 28 Sept 1755 in The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 the 31st year of her age. Here also are deposited the remains of William Hougham esq., her husband, who died 30 Dec 1802.” Also from marble slab in chancel of St. Martin's, “To the The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 memory of Mary 2nd wife of William Hougham, esq., who died without issue 8 Nov 1788 aged 70, and was the daughter of Charles Knowler and widow of Rev. John Brackenbury, esq. of The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Upper Deal, Kent, in which she is buried.” Mary Knowler willed L440 to William Hougham (see Berry's Kent Genealogies, p164). In his will William mentions a third wife Rebecca Austen, her brother The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic - 8 Nathaniel of Margate, getn., and her sister Mary.


The Arms of Hougham, already quartered with Sanders and Brookes, had that of Corbett added in the marriage of his first wife.

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