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Family of John Butterfield and Hannah Stone

Husband: John Butterfield ( -1767)
Wife: Hannah Stone (1704-1736)
Children: Hannah Butterfield (1728-1730)
Elizabeth Butterfield (1732- )
Hannah Butterfield (1733-1735)
Ann Butterfield (1735-1735)
Marriage 21 Sep 1727 Chertsey, Surrey

Husband: John Butterfield

Name: John Butterfield
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Will 13 May 1767 Date of will (see notes)
Occupation 1767 Bricklayer, Chertsey
Death 1767 Chertsey, Surrey
Probate 22 Mar 1768 Probate to Kitty Butterfield, daughter

Wife: Hannah Stone

Name: Hannah Stone
Sex: Female
Father: Philip Stone (1669-aft1744)
Mother: Hannah Edmead (1666-1741)
Birth 1704 Chertsey, Surrey
Baptism 30 Oct 1704 (age 0) Chertsey, Surrey
Death 1736 (age 31-32) Chertsey, Surrey
Burial 18 Oct 1736 Chertsey, Surrey

Child 1: Hannah Butterfield

Name: Hannah Butterfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1728 Chertsey, Surrey
Death 1730 (age 1-2) Chertsey, Surrey

Child 2: Elizabeth Butterfield

Name: Elizabeth Butterfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1732 Chertsey, Surrey

Child 3: Hannah Butterfield

Name: Hannah Butterfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1733 Chertsey, Surrey
Death 1735 (age 1-2) Chertsey, Surrey

Child 4: Ann Butterfield

Name: Ann Butterfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1735 Chertsey, Surrey
Death 1735 (age 0) Chertsey, Surrey

Note on Husband: John Butterfield

Will of John Butterfield of Chertsey, Surrey, bricklayer, 30 May 1767

To daughter Kitty Butterfield, sole exec., all the remaining lease of the house that I rent of Henry Weston Esq., also all the household goods and all stock in trade of all kinds found on the premises; Kitty to pay out the said stock to Ann Living and Jane Pembroke and Mary Butler and Joanna Cox and Elizabeth Bailey one shilling apiece; to brother Thomas Butterfield of Weybridge all my working apparel; I further will that if my daughter Elizabeth Bailey should be so unfortunate as to come to want that my daughter Kitty Butterfield payeth to my said daughter Bailey two shillings and six pence per week payable every month but not except she wants; if Kitty dies without issue then the remaining part of the lease at her death to Elizabeth Bailey my daughter; Kitty shall not be in power of the said lease of the house until after her mother's death or her mother's consent in her life; as for my funeral, bury me in as plain a manner as possible.

Witnesses: Richard Whiting, John Biggs.

Codicil added 17 Aug 1767. If my wife Ann Butterfield should not agree with my daughter Kitty Butterfield after my decease or if my wife should in any ways alter her condition then my further will is she quits these premises and lives upon her jointure and that my daughter Kitty shall be in full power and sole possession of all my dwellings.

Witnesses: Ann Buckinham, Richard Singer

Proved London, with codicil, 22 Mar 1768 to Kitty Butterfield, spinster, exec.