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Family of Joseph Pannell and Sarah Monger

Husband: Joseph Pannell (1738-1814)
Wife: Sarah Monger (1752-1805)
Marriage 22 Jul 1790 Ash, Surrey

Husband: Joseph Pannell

Name: Joseph Pannell
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1738 Ash, Surrey
Baptism 14 Oct 1738 (age 0) St Peter, Ash, Surrey
Occupation 20 Oct 1802 (age 63-64) Horse dealer, Ash, Surrey (wife Sarah's will)
Will 13 Sep 1810 (age 71-72) Date of will (see notes)
Death 1814 (age 75-76) Ash, Surrey
Burial 29 Oct 1814 Ash, Surrey

Wife: Sarah Monger

Name: Sarah Monger
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1752 Ash, Surrey
Will 29 Nov 1801 (age 48-49) Mentioned in will of uncle, Thomas Honer
Will 20 Oct 1802 (age 49-50) Date of will (see notes)
Death 18 Mar 1805 (age 52-53) Ash, Surrey
Burial 21 Mar 1805 St Peter, Ash, Surrey
Probate 26 Mar 1807 Probate to Joseph Pannell, husband

Note on Husband: Joseph Pannell

5 Oct., 1766. Joseph Pannell of Worplesdon, abode 4 weeks (?), horse dealer, bachelor, 24, and Ann Wheeler of Ash, spinster, 27 ; at Ash. John Worldridge of Worplesdon, husbandman, 2nd s. Both sign.

MLA, Commissary Court of Surrey



Joseph Pannell of Ash, yeoman, snr. 13 Sep 1810

to son Charles messuage I live in and copyhold parcels of land called Round Close, Gill Mead and Highfield, Ash in my occupation and freehold close Little Close and the Piddle (1 acre) and 2 acres of meadow in Voll Mead in several places of which I am seized by virtue of my marriage settlement with wife Sarah formerly Sarah Monger, deceased and parcel of land in Voll Mead which I bought from William Mellersh; to my son Charles all my household goods and all my clothes paying £40 to daughter Sarah wife of Nathaniel Attfield and £40 to my daughter Ann wife of John Richardson; to son Joseph, jnr. messuage Potkiln House, Ash and two parcels of meadow adjoining called Spring Saw and the Platt (1 acre) and Long Close (2 acres) and parcel of land of 1½ acres I late bought from William Mellersh and two parcels of land once one field called Woodhatch now divided into two, one field of 3 acres and other of 1½ acres called Woodhatch Mead and close called Square Close (5 acres) and close called Chittys Cratt otherwise Chittys Close (2 acres) between a parcel of land called the Hammick on the east and Sow Lane on west, certain lands called Little Painters on north and Snellings Hammick on south which are freehold in my occupation and except land which I bought from William Mellersh came to me in fee simple by said marriage settlement and freehold messuage Joseph Pannell, jnr. lives in with all my ready money and farming stock; to son George who already amply provided for £10; to daughter Sarah Attfield £210 and to daughter Ann Richardson £210

Witnesses: Edward Stevens of Ash; Joseph Allden of Ash, jnr.; Geoffrey J. Cottee, clerk

to (Mr) Trimmer, attorney;

Proved: 9 Oct 1815 to exec. [DW/PA/7/33 pp.784-789; DW/PA/5/1815/14] (died Oct 1814; under £450)

Note on Wife: Sarah Monger

By indentures of 5 & 6 Jul 1790 between me as Sarah Monger and said Joseph Pannell and James Honer of Pirbright yeoman & Richard Honer of Horsell yeoman, execs – freehold land Long Acres otherwise Long Close (2 acres) the Little Close as the Little Piddle (1 acre) & 2 acres of meadow in Vell Mead dispersed in several places, Square Close (5a) and hop kiln near the Greyhound all in Ash & said copyhold public house & freehold plot (2 rods) now taken into garden belonging to said copyhold & several parcels of land once one field Woodhatch now converted into two fields one 3a and other 1½a called Woodhatch Mead and close Chitty Cratt otherwise Chittys Close (2a) & messuage Potkiln House & 2 platts adjoining one now or formerly Spring Law all in Ash, all to my husband for life & if I die childless to him absolutely...

Will dated 20.10.1802

DW/PA/7/33 pp.357-363; DW/PA/5/1807/20