Family Group Pages
(1785-1832) and Hannah Durrant (c1785-1831)
(1835-?) and Ann Weaver (1847-1924)
(1808-1890) and Sabina Richardson (c1815-1876)
(1844-1926) and Eliza Hickmott (1844-?) and Emma Moore (1851-1925)
(1787-1875) and Elizabeth Worsop (c1794-1877)
(c1600-?) and Susan Markwick (c1610-?)
(c1575-1655) and Unknown
(1660-1718) and Mary Baker (?-?) and Susan Toopenny (?-?)
(1712-1793) and Ann Baldwin (1716-1770)
(1744-?) and Elizabeth Mitchell (c1745-?)
(1779-1851) and Hannah (c1787-1873)
Kitchenham (c1610-?) and Dorothy Fowle (c1615-?)
(1666-?) and Dorothy Allen (1671-?)
Kitchenham (c1580-1625) and Diana Russell (c1585-?)
Kitchenham (c1600-1656) and Judith Collier
(c1600-1627) and Judith Sare (c1600-?)
Kitchenham (1627-1677) and Ann Seares (c1630-1689)
Kitchenham (1714-?) and Mary Dadswell (1707-1777)
Kitchenham (1750-1829) and Mary Tester (1747-1825)
Kitchenham (1783-?) and Ann Baitup (c1782-1839) and Mary Ann Mills
(1802-1869) and Jane Couchman (c1800-1889)
Dadswell (1784-1852) and Frances Baldock (?-1808) and Ann Kitchenham (1792-1871)
(1814-1859) and Eliza Kitchenham (1814-1909)
(1669-1730) and Priscilla Foster (?-1706) and Elizabeth Kitchenham
How might the
married John D--- on 3 November 1571 in Mayfield, Sussex.
Kithinam married Stephen Gilles on 5 November 1577 in Frant,
Kitchenham was buried on 18 February 1635/6 in Wadhurst and the burial
register recorded that he was old.
Kitchenham was born about 1575. He was buried on 14 January
1654/5 in Wadhurst and the burial register recorded that he was nearly 80
Kitchenham was buried on 28 November 1656 in Wadhurst. The
burial register recorded that he was old and of Ticehurst.
Kitchenham married before or about 1616. He had the following
Kitchenham was baptised on 13 August 1616 in Wadhurst.
Kitchenham married John South on 9 June 1616 in Wadhurst.
Kitchenham was buried on 28 January 1618/9 in Wadhurst.
Kitchenham married Mary Berry or Barram a widow, on 26
April 1619 in Lamberhurst, Kent. (Barram could be Barham.)
Kitchenham married Elias Skinner on 25 November 1619 in
Kitchingham married Thomas Reames on 20 May 1620 in Ashburnham,
thanks to Ian Shiner for the following: William Kitchenham
and Thomas Kitchenham were left twenty shillings apiece in the
will of Richard Deering of Ashburnham in 1626. He also
mentions Joane Kitchenham (twenty shillings) now wife of Thomas
Kitchenham married Edward Chapman on 24 October 1626 in
married Anthony Longlay of Goudhurst, Kent, on 13 November 1626 in
Kitchenham married Clement Paddock on 18 June 1627 in
Kitchenham married Stephen Piccet on 9 June 1628 in
Kitchenham married John Weller by Licence on 20 April 1628/9 in
Horsted Keynes, Sussex. Their marriage licence records that she was
a Spinster of Wadhurst and he of Horsted Keynes.
married Susan Markwick in 1630. They settled in Wadhurst.
Kitchinham may first have married Joan Merser in 1633 and then
Mary Awcocke in 1651. They settled in the Fletching, Sussex
area. Thomas could not have been a son of William who married in
1614, as he named a son Thomas in 1617, who would only have been about 16
in 1633. Thomas and Joan may have been the Grandparents of
Thomas Kitchenham born in 1666.
Kitchenham married Dorothy Fowle in 1639 in Westfield.
They also settled in Wadhurst. They named a daughter Susan, which I
am wondering was after his possible sister-in-law, Susan Markwick.
William Kitchenham who died in 1677 left a Will, although no trace
of it can be found today. By his Will, which he may have made on 30
November 1670, he left "a rent charge of 20s. on lands called Sledenfeild in Wadhurst, half
to be used for the ancient poor of Wadhurst and half for the preaching of a
sermon on Ascension Day".
As yet, I haven't
looked through the Lamberhurst registers.
The National Archives web site lists the following document:
Ref: C 1/1130/51-54, covering dates 1544-1551
John Hoggatt of Wadhurst, great-grandson and heir of John Kychenam,
v. Richard Twysdon, and John Maynerd of Withyham. Land
in Hailsham and Herstmonceux, claimed by the said Maynerd in right of
John Kychenam of Ashburnham, grandson of the said John Kychenam.
The Sussex marriage index records that a Thomas Titchenham, bachelor
of Mayfield, married Mary Butler, widow of Mayfield, by licence on 24
February 1708/9 in Horsted Keynes. Could Titchenham be Kitchenham?
Mary's Homepage - her 3x Great Grandmother was Jane Kitchingham
who was born in 1808 in Hoo St Werburgh.
This page was reviewed on 8 April 2012