M*CH*MORE One Name Study

OTHER UNITED KINGDOM

Tree 700. Descendants of ? MUCKAMORE (Kent 165x)

The reconstruction of this subtree is somewhat tentative because there are several missing records.

It is not known whether this subtree derives from a M*CH*MORE who had moved from Devon or Cornwall or whether it represents a completely independent line.

Underlining (if any) indicates changes made at the latest update.

Generation 1

Tree 700

Generation 1

Family 2112

head  ? [male] MUCKAMORE

b 165x

m 167x

sp      ? ??

b 165x

m 167x

son    William MUCKAMORE

b 167x

son    Thomas MUCKAMORE

b 168x

son    John MUCKAMORE

b 168x

dau    Luce MUCCHAMORE

b 168x

m 11May1703 Westerham, Kent, Thomas STILES

 

It is assumed, based on the location of their descendants, that William, Thomas, John and Luco were siblings. There is as yet no documentary evidence to support this assumption.

Generation 2

Tree 700

Generation 2

Family 0185

head  William MUCKAMORE

b 167x

m 169x

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 167x

m 169x

dau    Rebecca MUCKAMORE

chr 11Mar1696 Chelsfield or Chiselhurst, Kent

bur 1Mar1745 London St Botolph, Aldgate (MICKELMORE)

dau    Elizabeth MUCKAMOOR

chr 3Mar1699 Chelsfield or Chiselhurst, Kent

?dau  Susanna MUCKAMORE

b 170x

m 13Apr1721 St Luke, Old Charlton, Kent: Richard SLAUGHTER ^ Mottingham; Susanna MUCKAMORE ^ Eltham

 


Tree 700

Generation 2

Family 1216

head  Thomas MUCKAMORE

b 168x

1Aug1699 marriage licence issued by Vicar General UK life events

m 1Aug1699 St George, Southwark, PICKERGILL (MUCKELMORE)

sp      Susan PICKERGILL

b 168x

m 1Aug1699 St George, Southwark

son    William MUCKAMORE

chr 2Mar1701 Tatsfield, Kent

?dau  Mary MUCKAMORE

b 170x

m 16Aug1724 Tatsfield

dau    Elizabeth MUCKAMORE

chr 11May1705 Tatsfield

?dau  Susannah MUCKAMORE

b 171x

m 6Oct1729 Westminster, John NORTON

 


Tree 700

Generation 2

Family 0562

head  John MUCKAMORE

b 168x

m 170x

bur 28May1746 Titsey, Kent

sp      Mary ??

b 168x

m 170x

bur 6Jul1741 Titsey

dau    Lucia MUCKAMORE

chr 6Jan1702 Titsey

11Nov1725 marriage licence issued by Vicar General (Lucy) UK life events

m 11Nov1725 St Benet, Pauls Wharf: William BOYLES ^ Lingfield; Lucy MUCKAMORE ^ Titsey

 

Generation 3

Tree 700

Generation 3

Family 1904

head  William MUCKAMORE

chr 2Mar1701 Tatsfield, Kent

m 26Mar1724 Fleet Non-Conformist Church, Westminster: William MUCKAMORE; Mary WAKELIN ^ Durham

bur 19Apr1777 Westerham (William Snr)

sp      Mary WAKELIN

(b 1707)

m 26Mar1724 Fleet Non-Conformist Church, Westminster

bur 15Dec1799 Westerham @ 92

dau    Mary MUCKAMORE

chr 16Aug1724 Tatsfield

dau    Lucy MUCKAMORE

chr 12Jan1727 Tatsfield

m 31May1747 Fleet Prison: John BROWN, potter of Croydon; Lucey MUCHMORE of Croydon

dau    Esther MUCKAMORE

chr 30Apr1731 Westerham, Kent

dau    Sarah MUCKAMORE

chr 9Nov1733 Westerham

bur 30Dec1733 Westerham, "daughter of William"

son    William MUCKAMORE

chr 3Feb1734/35 Westerham

son    Thomas MUCKAMORE

chr 27Jan1737/38 Westerham

dau    Anne MUCKAMORE

chr 5Jul1741 Westerham

m 7May1765 Westerham, John FRANCIS (Ann)

dau    Catherine MUCKAMORE

chr 14Dec1743 Westerham

bur 3Jan1743/44 Westerham

son    John MUCKAMORE

chr 14Dec1743 Westerham

bur 3Jan1743/44 Westerham

dau    Martha MUCKAMORE

chr 23Mar1744/45 Westerham

m1 10Nov1767 Westerham, William JENNINGS

m2 23Dec1780 London St George, Southwark, John CLARK

bur 26Aug1823 St George, Southwark @ 77 ^ Newington Causeway, Southwark (MUCKAMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A marriage licence was issued on 30Nov1748 to permit a female MUCKAMORE to marry a PEARLISS. The bride may have been Mary or Lucy—the marriage record has not been found.

 

 The baptism records of Mary and Lucy do not give the names of either parent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The baptism records from Esther to John give only the father's name. It is possible some or all of them were the children of a second marriage.

 

 

Catherine & John were both baptised and buried together; they were presumably twins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is not known why Martha's burial record uses her maiden name.

Generation 4

Tree 700

Generation 4

Family 0737

head  William MUCKAMORE

chr 3Feb1734 Westerham, Kent (MICKAMORE)

5May1768 marriage licence issued by Vicar General (? MUCKEMORE) UK life events

m 19Jun1768 Westerham, FULLER

1780 ^ Westerham: paid land tax on property he occupied in Titsey, Kent (Wm) UK street & trade directories

1786-1790 paid land tax on property he occupied in Oxted, Surrey (Wm) UK street & trade directories

1798 ^ Westerham: paid land tax on property he occupied in Westerham (Wm) UK street & trade directories

2Oct1817 made will leaving legacies to brother Thomas; nephews Thomas, George PEERLESS and William JENNINGS; servants John and Sarah SHERRY; and the residue, including three properties in Westerham, to nephew William UK wills & probates

bur 21Feb1824 Westerham @ 90

30Jul1824 bachelor: probate granted to [great niece] Mary MARSHALL, the original executor William having died before the will could be proved UK wills & probates

1825 property he had occupied in Oxted assessed for land tax (?) UK street & trade directories

10Mar1830 administration of William's will granted to [great niece] Susanna CARTER after Mary MARSHALL died without completing the administration UK wills & probates

sp      Frances FULLER

(b 1734)

m 19Jun1768 Westerham

bur 2Feb1810 Westerham @ 76 (MUCKLEMORE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of William's will is available here. George PEERLESS was probably a son of either Mary or Lucy, and William JENNINGS a son of his sister Martha.


Tree 700

Generation 4

Family 0661

head  Thomas MUCKAMORE

(b 1737)

m1 175x

m2 3May1784 Westerham, LANGRIDGE

bur 4Apr1823 Westerham @ 86

sp1    Martha ??

b 173x

m 175x

bur 12Jun1776 Westerham (MUCKERMORE)

son    William MUCKLEMORE

chr 27Jun1759 Westerham

dau    Martha MUCKLEMORE

chr 11Dec1760 Westerham, "daughter of John & Martha"

son    Thomas MUCKLEMORE

chr 23Jan1763 Westerham

dau    Ann MUCKLEMORE

chr 16Dec1764 Westerham

bur 15Jun1782 Westerham (MUCKMORE)

son    John MUCKLEMORE

chr 11Jan1767 Westerham

bur 26May1767 Westerham

dau    Mary MUCKLEMORE

chr 9Aug1769 Westerham, "daughter of Thomas & Hannah"

son    John MUCKMORE

chr 29May1774 Westerham

bur 16Sep1779 Westerham (MUCKMORE)

sp2    Elizabeth LANGRIDGE

b 27Dec1745 Westerham

m 3May1784 Westerham

bur 3Aug1786 Westerham (MUCKERMORE)

son    George MUCKERMORE

b 178x

bur 25Feb1786 Westerham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is assumed that "John" in Martha's baptism record was a misprint for "Thomas"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is assumed that "Hannah" in Mary's baptism record was a misprint for Martha.

Generation 5

Tree 700

Generation 5

Family 1503

head  William MUCKLEMORE

chr 27Jun1759 Westerham

28Aug1792 lath render ^ Newington: took Thomas SHELTON as apprentice (MUCKAMORE) UK legal documents

m 26Sep1779 London St George, Southwark: William MUCKAMORE; Elizabeth POTTER

28Aug1792 lath render ^ Newington: took Thomas SHELTON as apprentice (Wm MUCKAMORE) UK legal documents

1795-1813 assessed for land tax on property he owned and occupied in Newington Road, Southwark (Wm/W MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1798 ^ Alfred Place, St John, Southwark: qualified for jury duty (MUCKAMORE) UK life events

29Sep1803 lath render ^ Newington: took James WALTON as apprentice (Wm MUCKAMORE) UK legal documents

1803-1811 paid land tax on a shed in Newington Road, Southwark (MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1805, 1813 timber merchant ^ Newington Road, Southwark: qualified for jury duty (MUCKAMORE) UK life events

2Nov1808 timber merchant of St George, Southwark: with William COOPER of Mary-le-Bow, Esquire, signed marriage bond on the marriage of [his daughter] Susannah MUCKAMORE and Thomas CARTER, a minor (MUCKAMORE) UK life events

1808, 1811 timber merchant ^ Newington Causeway, Southwark (W/Wm MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1812-1824 ^ St George the Martyr, Southwark: paid land tax on a shed in Newington Road (Wm/? MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1815-1822 assessed for land tax on property in Newington Causeway (? MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1817 timber merchant ^ St George, Southwark: appointed executor of the will of his uncle William (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

1822 timber merchant ^ Newington Causeway, Southwark (W/Wm MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

bur 12Mar1824 Westerham @ 65 ^ Newington (MUCKAMORE)

1824 administration of will granted to [daughter] Mary MARSHALL ^ Laytonstone, Essex (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

1830 administration of will transferred to [daughter] Susanna CARTER (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth POTTER

b 176x

m 26Sep1779 London St George, Southwark

dau    Ann MUCKAMORE

chr 8Apr1781 Godstone, Surrey

bur 1789 Oxted, "dau of William & Elizabeth"

dau    Susanna MUCKAMORE

chr 8Jul1785 Oxted

m 5Nov1808 St Marylebone: Thomas CARTER, minor; Susanah MUCKAMORE; by licence

10Mar1830 appointed administratrix of the will of her great uncle William after her sister Mary died without completing the administration UK wills & probates

dau    Mary MUCKAMORE

chr 2Feb1787 Oxted

4Oct1804 St Clement, Eastcheap: 3rd banns read for John MARSHALL and Mary MUCKAMORE, both ^ St Martin Ongar

m 10Apr1805 St Clement, Ongar: John MARSHALL ^ St Martin Ongar; Mary MUCKAMORE ^ St Martin Ongar

1824 ^ Laytonstone, Essex responsible for paying [father's] death duties UK wills & probates

30Jul1824 appointed administratrix of the will of her great uncle William after the death of her father, the original executor UK wills & probates

d before 1830 UK wills & probates

?son  James MUCKAMORE

b 179x

1814-1819 ^ Newington, Southwark: qualified for jury duty UK life events

1820-1824 ^ Surrey Square, Southwark: qualified for jury duty UK life events

?1825-1831 assessed for land tax on property in Newington Causeway (?) UK street & trade directories

?1825-1864 paid land tax on property in Newington Causeway (? MUCKAMORE/ MUCKERMORE/MUCKEMORE/MUCKUMORE) UK street & trade directories

 

 


Tree 700

Generation 5

Family 1352

head  Thomas MUCKLEMORE

chr 23Jan1763 Westerham

21May1793 lath render ^ Newington: took Nicholas RAWLINGS as apprentice (Thos MUCKAMORE) UK life events

1807 marriage licence issued by Vicar General (MUCKAMORE) UK life events

m 5Sep1807 St Mary, Newington, KING

1807-1813 assessed for land tax on property at Newington Causeway, Southwark (Thos MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1808, 1811 ironmonger ^ 62 Newington Causeway, Southwark (T/Thomas MUCKAMORE) UK street & trade directories

1811-1824 ^ Newington Causeway, Southwark: qualified for jury duty (MUCKAMORE) UK life events

1817 ironmonger ^ St Mary, Newington UK wills & probates

1821 ratepayer ^ Staverton Row, Newington UK street & trade directories

29Jul1824 furnishing ironmonger ^ 7 Staverton Row, Newington: made will, leaving all his possessions to his wife Ann and appointing her executrix (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

1824 inherited £20 from uncle William (MUCKAMORE)

5Aug1830 made codicil to will, appointing James COY as a second executor (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

bur 10Sep1830 Newington Non-Conformist Chapel, "d 4Sep" (MUCKAMORE)

24Nov1830 will proved at Principal Court, probate granted to Ann MUCKAMORE, widow the relict ^ Staverton Road, Newington (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

1831 ratepayer ^ Staverton Row, Newington UK street & trade directories

sp      Ann KING

(b 1765)

m 5Sep1807 St Mary, Newington

1830 executrix of her husband's will (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

28Jun1836 widow ^ St George, Southwark: made will leaving £190 to her late husband's nephew John CLARK and the residue to her nephew Edward ADAMS and her nieces Mary HOLMES? widow, Ann JENKINS widow and Elizabeth ADAMS spinster (MUCKAMORE)

d 1837.4 St George, Southwark @ 72 (MUCKAMORE)

bur 1837 St George, Southwark (MUCKAMORE)

1837 ^ St George the martyr, Southward: probate notice published by E ADAMS ^ Camberwell, executor (Susan? MUKAMORE) UK wills & probates

16Nov1837 probate granted London to executor Edward ADAMS the nephew and power reserved to grant same to executrix Ann JENKINS (MUCKAMORE) UK wills & probates

son    Thomas MUCKAMORE

(b 1809)

bur 19Dec1809 London St George, Southwark, "a child from St Mary, Newington"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of Thomas's will is available here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presumably Ann paid the 1831 rates.

 

 

 

 

A transcription of Ann's will is available here. It was originally witnessed by two of the beneficiaries, which would have rendered it invalid. This error was corrected a few days later. John CLARK was presumably a son of Thomas's aunt Martha.