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Ann Harman
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Date
Type
Information
Source
 
1535
Born
In the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
Fred Harman
 
c 1560
Married
Edmund Harman
 
 
1563
Birth of a son
John in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Parish Registers
 
1563
Birth of a daughter
Maria in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Parish Registers
 
1568/69
Birth of a son
Richard in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Parish Registers
 
1570/71
Birth of a son
William in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Parish Registers
Fred Harman
 
1574
Birth of a son
Robert in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Parish Registers
 
Feb 1594
Died
In the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex; wife of Edmund Harman
East Grinstead Burial Registers
Fred Harman
 
27th Feb 1593/94
Buried
At St Swithin Parish Church in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
East Grinstead Burial Registers
Fred Harman
 
Nov 2003
Contributed by
Fred Harman
Fred Harman
 

Edmund Harman was born in 1535 the son of Richard and Clemencia Harman. He was aged 21 in the year of his father's death and had, in all probability, served his apprentice ship as a baker. This would have been for a period of seven years. The hours would have been long and he would have been living in with the family to whom he was apprenticed. After serving his apprentice ship Edmund would have been aged 28 when he married Ann in about 1562. We know through parish records that his first child was baptised in 1563 and also by these same records that his wife's name was Ann.

The land enclosures were still continuing forcing people off the land but Edmund and Ann would not have been affected by land enclosures for this had the main effect on those living in the smaller villages. Edmund being a baker would have been more concerned with the price of corn as this was always fluctuating.

Their children were the eldest Marie born 1562, then John, who was to be the next in the line of descent born in 1563, then came Richard named after his grandfather born in 1568, and lastly Robert, born in 1574. All the children were baptised at East Grinstead. Marie and John were baptised together in 1563.

Ann Harman died in 1593 aged about 58, and was buried at East Grinstead on the 27th February 1593 leaving her husband Edmund a widower. He was still alive when his son Richard died, when his grandson Edmund named after him died, and when two further grandsons Drew and John, sons of John and Mildred, died. It is possible that an outbreak of small pox occurred in 1621/22 for in the October of that year grandfather Edmund's younger brother Edward died at the age of 77 in the October. He then was buried on the 30th October at East Grinstead. Edmund's age at this time was about 80. Edmund died in 1628 at East Grinstead aged 93.


No ancestor's report
Descendent's report
Harman, Harmen, Harmon, Hermon family records
The ancestral pedigree of Ann Harman
   
 Edmund Harmanm: c 1560Ann 
 b: 1535 East Grinstead, Sussex
d: April 1628 East Grinstead, Sussex
bur: 6th Apr 1628 East Grinstead, Sussex
  b: 1535 East Grinstead, Sussex
d: February 1594 East Grinstead, Sussex, wife of Edmund Harman
bur: 27th Feb 1593/94 St Swithin Parish Church, East Grinstead, Sussex
  
      
 John Maria Richard William Robert 
 b: 1563 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 19th Nov 1563 St Swithin Parish Church, son of Edmund Harman
d: December 1628 East Grinstead, Sussex
bur: 13th Dec 1628 St Swithin Parish Church, East Grinstead, Sussex
 b: 1563 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 19th Nov 1563 St Swithin Parish Church, daughter of Edmund Harman
 b: 1568/69 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 6th Mar 1568/69 St Swithin Parish Church
d: October 1615 East Grinstead, Sussex
bur: 17th Oct 1615 St Swithin Parish Church, East Grinstead, Sussex
 b: 1570/71 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 7th Jan 1570/71 St Swithin Parish Church
 b: 1574 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 18th Oct 1574 St Swithin Parish Church, son of Edmund Harman
 
            
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