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Moore CHEADLE
Drummer - 1st Foot Guards of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Ancestors
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Edward CHEADLE
~1601 - bur.1684
of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Edward CHEADLE
bap.1646 - bur.1714
of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
 
Idith PERSALL
~1600 - ~1675
of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Moore CHEADLE
bap.1670 - bur.1724
Drummer - 1st Foot Guards of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
 
Anne [CHEADLE]
~1632 - ~1682
Spouses and Descendants
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Moore CHEADLE
bap.1670 - bur.1724
Drummer - 1st Foot Guards of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
  m. Mary [CHEADLE] (~1670 - bur.1702)
  m. Elizabeth WOODSTOCK (~1680 - ~1755)
  m. Joan WOODDARD (~1681 - ~1756)
 
Thomas CHEADLE
bap.1694 - ~1744
of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Edward CHEADLE
1699 - ~1749
of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
 
Walter CHEADLE
bap.1730 - ~1792
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
  m. Mary DEAKIN (bap.1733 - bur.1780)
 
Thomas CHEADLE
bap.1754 - ~1804
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
John CHEADLE
1756 - 1816
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
  m. Elizabeth NEVILL (1757 - 1817)
 
Thomas CHEADLE
bap.1779 - bur.1843
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Ann CHEADLE
bap.1780 - ~1830
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Mary CHEADLE
bap.1781 - ~1831
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Sarah CHEADLE
bap.1787 - ~1837
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
John CHEADLE
bap.1789 - bur.1856
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Walter CHEADLE
bap.1791 - bur.1857
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
  m. Mary GOZZARD (~1784 - ~1859)
 
Hannah CHEADLE
bap.1793 - ~1843
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
William CHEADLE
bap.1795 - ~1845
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Alice CHEADLE
1796 - 1828
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
  m. Christopher TILL (1787 - 1859)
 
Mary TILL
1814 - 1879
Labourer's wife of Swinfen Or Whittington, Staffordshire
  m. Edward MILES (bap.1816 - 1873)
 
Mary Ann MILES
1837 - ~1908
of Harlaston, Staffordshire
  m. John Edward SUMMERFIELD (~1835 - ~1908)
 
Sarah SUMMERFIELD
bap.1857 - ~1907
of Bloxwich, Walsall, Staffordshire
Mary SUMMERFIELD
1859 - ~1909
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
John Edward SUMMERFIELD
1860 - ~1920
Coal miner of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Emma SUMMERFIELD
1862 - ~1912
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Frank SUMMERFIELD
~1863 - ~1922
Gardener of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Stephen SUMMERFIELD
bap.1866 - ~1923
Gardener of Glascote, Tamworth, Staffordshire
Elizabeth SUMMERFIELD
~1866 - ~1924
Warehouse hand of Glascote, Tamworth, Staffordshire
Mary Ann SUMMERFIELD
bap.1872 - ~1922
of Walsall, Staffordshire
Harriet Elizabeth SUMMERFIELD
bap.1874 - ~1924
of Walsall, Staffordshire
Jane MILES
bap.1839 - ~1889
of Clifton Campville, Staffordshire
Sarah MILES
bap.1841 - ~1891
of Wilnecote, Staffordshire
Elizabeth MILES
1844 - ~1907
of Wilnecote, Staffordshire
  m. Richard DOWNS (~1838 - ~1905)
 
Arthur DOWNS
~1865 - ~1918
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
John H DOWNS
~1867 - ~1919
of Burton On Trent, Staffordshire
Ida E DOWNS
~1868 - ~1920
of Burton On Trent, Staffordshire
Albert DOWNS
~1869 - ~1931
of Burton On Trent, Staffordshire
  m. Sarah Elizabeth Jane JONES (1870 - ~1931)
 
Ida Marion DOWNS
1897 - ~1947
of Stapenhill, Burton On Trent, Staffordshire
  m. Reuben NOLAN (~1885 - ~1935)
 
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  m. Olga WASHINGTON (~1920 - ?)
 
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Emma MILES
1847 - ~1899
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Alice MILES
1849 - 1902
Machinist of Tamworth, Staffordshire
  m. Henry John PARKES (1844 - 1901)
 
Fanny Elizabeth 'Annie' PARKES
1869 - 1918
Cotton card room hand of Tamworth, Staffordshire
  m. James HIGGINSON (1868 - ~1940)
 
Corporal Henry 'Harry' HIGGINSON
1889 - 1920
Corporal - Ammunition Column, Royal Field Artillery of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Elizabeth WRAGG (1882 - 1958)
 
Kenneth HIGGINSON
1914 - 1970
of Sheffield, Yorkshire
  m. Beatrice Alice HAWLEY (1910 - 1989)
 
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Margaret Ellen HIGGINSON
1890 - 1972
Cotton winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. William TALBOT (1891 - 1969)
 
Harry TALBOT
1909 - 1909
of Blackburn, Lancashire
William TALBOT
1911 - 1915
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Alice Ann HIGGINSON
1892 - 1965
Cotton weaver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Robert Goodwin FIELDING (1890 - 1968)
 
Annie FIELDING
1914 - 1953
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Albert HARTLEY (1913 - ~1976)
 
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Stephen HINDLE
1966 - 1966
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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Gladys FIELDING
1920 - ~1981
Cotton weaver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Peter H MCOWEN (1918 - ~1980)
 
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James HIGGINSON
1895 - 1969
Tin plate worker of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Mary A PARK (1877 - 1961)
 
Irene HIGGINSON
1921 - 2009
of Bolton, Lancashire
  m. Joseph SWINDLEHURST (~1907 - ?)
 
Joan SWINDLEHURST
1940 - 1971
of Preston, Lancashire
  m. Robert I TOWERS (1936 - 2005)
 
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Anthony Joseph SWINDLEHURST
1947 - 2002
of Amounderness, Lancashire
 
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Robert HIGGINSON
1897 - ~1959
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Maria RENSHAW (1898 - 1969)
 
Dorothy HIGGINSON
1920 - 2012
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. John C BURY (~1916 - 2002)
 
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Kenneth HIGGINSON
1922 - 1984
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Margaret HILLIARD (~1909 - ?)
 
Fanny Elizabeth HIGGINSON
1900 - 1900
of Blackburn, Lancashire
John HIGGINSON
1901 - 1973
Postman driver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Alice BATESON (1895 - 1975)
 
Elsie HIGGINSON
1920 - 1994
Cotton heald knitter of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. John 'Jack' HARGREAVES (1921 - 2008)
 
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Fred HIGGINSON
1903 - 1976
Kiln burner at brickworks of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Mary Emma MCLOUGHLIN (1903 - 1976)
 
Alice HIGGINSON
1921 - 1972
Cotton weaver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Edward MARSDEN (~1907 - ?)
 
Anthony MARSDEN
1941 - 2013
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Brenda MARSDEN
1943 - 1943
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Kathleen MARSDEN
1945 - 1954
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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Peter MARSDEN
1957 - 2007
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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Thomas Frederick HIGGINSON
1930 - 1980
of Blackburn, Lancashire
 
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Walter HIGGINSON
1906 - 1967
Wholesale salesman, back collector, automatic vending machine serviceman of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Margaret Annie MAWDSLEY (1907 - 2001)
 
Henry HIGGINSON
1929 - 1986
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Irene RATCLIFFE (1928 - 2018)
 
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Florence 'Florrie' HIGGINSON
1908 - ~1973
Cotton weaver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. George PRESTON (1908 - ~1973)
 
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Rose HIGGINSON
1910 - 1983
Cotton pern winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Harold ECCLESTON (1908 - 1970)
 
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Elsie HIGGINSON
1912 - 1963
Heald knitter (incapacitated) of Blackburn, Lancashire
Rose Ann PARKES
1871 - 1948
Cotton weaver of Tamworth, Staffordshire
  m. William FORREST (1871 - 1930)
 
Harriet FORREST
1890 - 1973
Cotton winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Frederick BAMFORD (1890 - 1943)
 
James BAMFORD
1919 - 1924
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Firth BAMFORD
1919 - 1986
Joiner (apprentice, bench hand) of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Edna COCKSHUTT (1921 - 2011)
 
Firth BAMFORD
1948 - 2022
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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Elizabeth 'Lizzie' FORREST
1892 - 1978
Cotton weaver of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. William 'Billy' STANHOPE (1894 - 1929)
 
Dorothy Rose STANHOPE
1923 - 2009
of Fylde R.D., Lancashire
 
Margaret STANHOPE
1927 - 1973
of Fylde R.D., Lancashire
 
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Mary 'Poll' FORREST
1895 - 1981
Cotton winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Luke WILSON (~1887 - ~1962)
 
Fred WILSON
1920 - 2003
Motor electrician of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Phyllis D PAGE (~1911 - ?)
 
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Firth FORREST
1898 - 1918
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Alice FORREST
1901 - 1902
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Rose 'Rosie' FORREST
1903 - 1979
Cotton winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Arthur MORRIS (1902 - 1936)
  m. George TOWLER (~1915 - ?)
 
Brian MORRIS
1930 - 1957
of Blackburn, Lancashire
 
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Olive FORREST
1904 - 1967
Cotton warper of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. James 'Jim' WALMSLEY (1905 - ~1953)
 
William 'Bill' FORREST
1906 - 1969
Textile fitter's labourer of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Nancy DUCKWORTH (1908 - ~1974)
 
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John 'Jack' FORREST
1907 - 1972
Clerk of Works (Blackburn Corporation) of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Edna May SCOTT (1908 - 1994)
 
Firth Scott FORREST
1937 - 1937
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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James FORREST
1914 - 1930
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Clara PARKES
1874 - 1939
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
  m. Henry 'Harry' HOOLE (1872 - 1930)
 
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  m. Margaret RAMSBOTTOM (1895 - ~1967)
 
Henry HOOLE
1920 - 1995
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Winifred 'Winnie' GREEN (1922 - 2015)
 
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Edna HOOLE
1925 - 2008
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Henry WALTON (1921 - 1986)
 
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Margaret HOOLE
1930 - 2019
of Blackburn, Lancashire
 
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Reverend Charles HOOLE
1933 - 2016
Vicar of Blackburn, Lancashire
 
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Arthur HOOLE
1897 - 1939
Private in East Lancashire Regiment of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Florence WALSH (1898 - 1974)
 
Arthur HOOLE
1921 - 1965
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Joan WHITTAKER (~1915 - ?)
 
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Clara HOOLE
1922 - 2005
Female operator (Royal Ordnance Factory) of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Edward PICKUP (~1913 - ?)
 
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  m. John E MOONEY (1928 - 1994)
 
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Albert HOOLE
1933 - 1933
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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William Henry HOOLE
1899 - 1900
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Mary Alice HOOLE
1901 - ~1956
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Clara HOOLE
1903 - 1904
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Helen HOOLE
1905 - 1906
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Ada HOOLE
1907 - 1949
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Albert DUXBURY (1905 - 1985)
 
Vera DUXBURY
1928 - 1993
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. William Frederick Royston WEST (1928 - 2002)
 
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Rose HOOLE
1908 - 1908
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Joseph HOOLE
1909 - 1978
Fire place fixer of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Rachel HOLMES (1911 - 2008)
 
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Alice PARKES
1876 - ~1958
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
  m. Richard RILEY (1871 - 1944)
 
Lily RILEY
1897 - 1985
Cotton winder of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. William GREGORY (1897 - 1957)
 
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Vincent GREGORY
1932 - 1986
of Blackburn, Lancashire
 
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Alice GREGORY
1930 - 2006
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Raymond KITCHEN (1933 - 2006)
 
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Mary Alice RILEY
1899 - ~1955
Cotton weaver (part time) and schoolgirl of Blackburn, Lancashire
Richard RILEY
1903 - 1974
Fruiterer of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Ada ELLIS (1899 - 1977)
 
Gladys May RILEY
1926 - 2012
of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Norman BARTLE (1924 - 1987)
 
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Henry RILEY
1905 - ~1908
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Annie RILEY
1906 - 1923
of Blackburn, Lancashire
John RILEY
1909 - ~1974
Builder's labourer of Blackburn, Lancashire
William RILEY
1911 - ~1975
Navvy of Blackburn, Lancashire
  m. Elsie GARBETT (1912 - 1998)
 
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William RILEY
1935 - 2008
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Elsie RILEY
1936 - 1936
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Moreen RILEY
1938 - 1944
of Blackburn, Lancashire
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Mary Ann PARKES
1877 - 1883
of Stalybridge, Tameside, Lancashire
Ada PARKES
1886 - ~1943
of Blackburn, Lancashire
Fanny MILES
1852 - ~1906
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Edward John MILES
1855 - ~1913
Blacksmith of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Martha MILES
1859 - ~1910
of Tamworth, Staffordshire
Elizabeth TILL
bap.1817 - ~1867
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Charles TILL
bap.1820 - ~1870
of Harlaston, Staffordshire
Ann TILL
bap.1824 - ~1874
of Harlaston, Staffordshire
George TILL
bap.1827 - ~1884
of Harlaston, Staffordshire
James CHEADLE
bap.1798 - bur.1883
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Joseph CHEADLE
bap.1762 - ~1812
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Mary CHEADLE
bap.1765 - ~1815
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
James CHEADLE
bap.1767 - ~1817
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Walter CHEADLE
bap.1770 - ~1820
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
William CHEADLE
bap.1774 - ~1824
of Whittington, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Narrative and Notes

Moore CHEADLE was baptized in Uttoxeter in 1670.

At the time of his son Edward's baptism in 1698 Moore CHEADLE's profession was described as a Drummer.

We know from a clandestine marriage record from London dated August 1714, when Moore married Joan WOODDARD of Shorts Gardens, that Moore was a soldier in the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards (later named the Grenadier Guards).

If he joined the newly forming regiment as a boy - most likely as a fifer - then he might have been present at the battle of Sedgemoor in 1685 between the rebel Duke of Monmouth and King James II. Monmouth's army was crushed and he was executed.

There then followed campaigns to Steenkirk (1692), Landen (1693) and Namur (1695). A pause in fighting abroad may have allowed for his marriage to Mary and the birth of his son Thomas in December 1694 and Edward in 1698, at which point he was a Drummer. There is a romantic notion of the drummer boy, but Drummers were usually full grown men. They were responsible for transmitting orders during fighting using special drum beats and also acted as medics.

The next campaigns were part of the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714) including fighting under Duke of Marlborough including the battles of Schellenberg (1704), Blenheim (1704), Ramillies (1706), and Malplaquet (1709). During this period the British captured Minorca and Gibraltar, which were retained as part of the treaties signed at the end of the war. One battalion of the Foot Guards were dispatched to Cadiz in 1704 to garrison Gibraltar, from where they captured Barcelona. During 1706 they successfully defended Gibraltar against the multiple Spanish attempts to retake it.

It is thought that Mary died in 1702, possibly because families left at home received no statutory income, unless arrangements were made by the individual soldier.

The regiment returned home in 1713, which ties in with a marriage in November 1713, to Elizabeth Woodstock at which time Moore was still described as a Drummer. Surprisingly the marriage to Joan WOODDARD followed in August 1714. There is no record of Elizabeth's burial.

By 1714 he would have been 44 years old and served for 25 years. The next campaign followed in 1740, so it is likely that he remained in London on ceremonial and guard duties until he was discharged or died.

Additional detail:

The War of the Spanish Succession 1702

The First Foot Guards were the only Guards regiment to fight under the Duke of Marlborough in Europe for the first six years of his campaigns. In 1704 a force which included the First Guards attacked the French and Bavarian forces on the Danube where they had fortified a hill called the Schellenberg. The Grenadier Company spearheaded the attack. In an hour and a half the fortress was taken. Six week later on the 13 th August the Battle of Blenheim took place and the First Guards won the Battle Honour ‘Blenheim’ The First Guards formed up with five Line Regiments attacked a fortified French position, but were unable to take it, but they did make the French take their eye of the ball and pave the way for the cavalry to charge with great success and defeated the French.

On the 23 rd May 1706 once again the First Guards were the only Guards regiment involved in the victory at Ramillies. In 1708 The Coldstream Guards joined them and both regiments were present at the Battle of Oudenarde on 11 th July 1708 and Malplaquet on 11 th September 1709. The Guards eventually returned home in March of 1713.

In 1704 the Rock of Gibraltar was captured from the Spanish. Reinforcement were needed to hold it. A Composite Guards battalion was formed consisting of 200 First Guards and 400 from the Coldstream Guards and sent to Gibraltar where they successfully repelled several attacks to retake the Rock. From these actions they acquired the Battle Honour ‘Gibraltar’. From there they took to the Spanish mainland and captured Barcelona. In 1707 the British forces were defeated at the Battle of Almanza and forced to surrender. In 1710 the Scottish Foot Guards had joined the British Army in Spain. The army was once again defeated at Brihuega. This second defeat ended operations in Spain.

In 1707 the Act of Union was completed and the Scottish Foot Guards were brought south as a whole for the first time, also at this time they took to wearing the Order of the Thistle badge and changed the facing colour of their uniform from white to Royal Blue, to match the other two Guard regiments. They did not return to Scotland again until 1911. In 1712 the regiment was given the title Third Regiment of Foot Guards a title they held until 1831 when they took on the title Scots Fusilier Guards.

Timeline
Personal Family World
Date
Age*
Event
Place
27 Dec 1670
0
Baptism 
1
St Mary, Uttoxeter, , Staffordshire, England
Occupation: Drummer - 1st Foot Guards 
 
1670
0
Residence 
Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
19 Aug 1687
16
Burial of brother Edward CHEADLE 
2
St Mary, Uttoxeter, , Staffordshire, England
17 Dec 1694
23
Baptism of son Thomas CHEADLE 
3
St Mary, Uttoxeter, , Staffordshire, England
18 Mar 1698/99
28
Birth of son Edward CHEADLE 
4
St Mary, Uttoxeter, , Staffordshire, England
19 Jul 1702
31
Burial of wife Mary [CHEADLE] 
5
Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
13 Aug 1704
33
Military Engagement 
Blenheim, Blindheim, Höchstädt, Germany
frm 1713 to 1724
43
Residence 
St Margaret, Westminster, Middlessex, England
29 Nov 1713
42
Marriage to wife Elizabeth WOODSTOCK 
6
Fleet, London, Middlesex
8 Aug 1714
43
Marriage to wife Joan WOODDARD 
7
London, Middlesex
19 Oct 1714
43
Burial of father Edward CHEADLE 
8
St Mary, Uttoxeter, , Staffordshire, England
12 May 1724
53
Burial 
9
St Margaret, Westminster, Middlessex, England
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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December 1670

Moore the son of Edward Cheedle was baptized the 27th day

2 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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Edward the sonne of Edward Cheadle buried ye 19th day

3 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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Christenings in December 1694

Thomas the son of Moore Cheadle and Mary his wife Baptized the 17th day

4 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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Christenings in March 1698

Edward the son of Moore Cheadle A Drummer and Mary his wife borne ye 18th: Baptised ye 19th

5 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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Burialls m July 1702

Cert. Mary Cheadle of Uttoxeter Buried ye 19th

6 - London Clandestine Marriages in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel
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Moore Chedle, Drum, of St Margaret's parish in Westminster, & Elizabeth Woodstock widow, were marry'd Novemb ye 29th: 1713 by Edward Marston

7 - London Clandestine Marriages in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel
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Augt 1714

8

Moor Cheadle soldr: Regimt of Guards

Joan Wooddard Shorts Gardens W[idower] [Widow]

James Wagstaff

8 - Uttoxeter Parish Records
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Burials in October 1714

Cert- Edward Cheadle Buried ye 19th - Uttoxeter

9 - St Margaret, Westminster Parish Records

First name(s) M

Last name C

Age -

Birth year -

Death year 1724

Death date ? ? 1724

Burial year 1724

Burial date 12 May 1724

Burial place St Margaret, Westminster

County Middlesex

Country England

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Record set Westminster Burials

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Subcategory Parish Burials

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