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Esther Wainwright ?

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Husband: John Vertue (born 23.9.1707 Debach died 13.3.1746 Woodbridge, Suffolk)   View NotesHide notes married 2.6.1730 Melton  

Lived in Manningtree, Essex - but married in Melton by license. As non-conformists they chose not to marry at their local church. See Sue Peggram’s notes at suepeggram.tribalpages.com/family-tree/suepeggram/2284/84/John-Vertue-Family


Son: John Vertue (born 24.2.1736 East Bergholt, Suffolk ) 8 children   View NotesHide notes  

Baptised 23 Mar 1736, familysearch - also gives birth date.

John Vertue would have been 40 when John Constable was born in his birthplace. Attached pictures of East Bergholt by Constable.

“John Constable was born in East Bergholt, a village on the River Stour in Suffolk, to Golding and Ann Constable. His father was a wealthy corn merchant, owner of Flatford Mill in East Bergholt and, later, Dedham Mill. Golding Constable also owned his own small ship, The Telegraph, which he moored at Mistley on the Stour estuary and used to transport corn to London. Although Constable was his parents' second son, his older brother was mentally handicapped and so John was expected to succeed his father in the business, and after a brief period at a boarding school in Lavenham, he was enrolled in a day school in Dedham. Constable worked in the corn business after leaving school, but his younger brother Abram eventually took over the running of the mills.”

“...Constable adopted a routine of spending the winter in London and painting at East Bergholt in the summer. And in 1811 he first visited John Fisher and his family in Salisbury, a city whose Cathedral and surrounding landscape were to inspire some of his greatest paintings.

“From 1809 onwards, his childhood friendship with Maria Bicknell developed into a deep, mutual love. But their engagement in 1816 was opposed by Maria's grandfather, Dr Rhudde, Rector of East Bergholt, who considered the Constables his social inferiors and threatened Maria with disinheritance.

“...Constable painted several oil sketches of the view towards East Bergholt Rectory, showing the fields where he walked with his beloved Maria Bicknell. He painted this lively impression of the rising sun glowing over and through the fields from an upper floor window at the back of his family home. His response to the scene is expressed through energetic brushstrokes and the use of intense reds and greens - the expanded chromatic range that Constable was using in his oil sketches at this time.

“Constable's description of East Bergholt appeared in the letterpress to the second edition of Lucas-Constable mezzotints, English Landscape:

“East Bergholt, or as its Saxon derivation implies, 'Wooded Hill', is thus mentioned in 'The Beauties of England and Wales' … It is pleasantly situated in the most cultivated part of Suffolk, on a spot which overlooks the fertile valley of the Stour, which river divides that county on the south from Essex.

“The beauty of the surrounding scenery, the gentle declivities, the luxuriant meadow flats sprinkled with flocks and herds, and well cultivated uplands, the woods and rivers, the numerous scattered villages and churches, with farms and picturesque cottages, all impart to this particular spot an amenity and elegance hardly anywhere else to be found.”

http://hoocher.com/John_Constable/John_Constable.htm

Wife: Sarah Ralph (born 22.2.1733 died 1811 )  

Daughter: Sarah Vertue (born 4.11.1764 died 27.11.1821 )   View NotesHide notes  

Gravestone inscription at Woodbridge Church:

In memory of Sarah the wife of Jacob Sizer who departed this life November 27th 1821 and is buried in a vault opposite this stone. And of the said Jacob Sizer who died June 8th 1837 aged 64 years.

Also of Charles Vertue Lankester son of Thomas and Ann Lankester of Stowmarket who died 24th June 1837 aged 9 months.

Also of Ann widow of the above Jacob Sizer who died April 27th 1852 aged 69 years.

See http://www.woodbridgechurch.org.uk/Records/quay/q-graves-alpha.htm

Mentioned in the will of cousin William King Byles

Son: John Ralph Vertue (born 22.1.1767 Woodbridge, Suffolk )   View NotesHide notes  

See also tree at Also, see tree at http://awt.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cyanda1&id=I2514&ti=5538

Daughter: Mary Vertue (born 27.7.1768 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Son: Stephen Vertue (born 10.11.1769 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Son: Simon Vertue (born 25.7.1772 Woodbridge, Suffolk died 16.3.1860 Woodbridge, Suffolk)   View NotesHide notes  

Woodbridge Quay Church, buried 19th March 1860 Quay Burial Grnd

Woodbridge Church inscriptions:

In the adjopining vault are deposited the remains of Simon Vertue, who died March 16th 1860, aged 87 years.

Also those of Ann, his beloved wife who died Nov 29th 1852, aged 79 years.

See http://www.woodbridgechurch.org.uk/Records/quay/q-graves-alpha.htm

 

Son: Daniel Vertue (born 15.10.1775 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Son: William Vertue (born 15.10.1775 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Son: William Vertue (born 8.10.1778 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Daughter: Esther Vertue (born 1736 East Bergholt, Suffolk )  

Daughter: Hannah Vertue (born 1736 died 21.8.1826 Woodbridge, Suffolk) no children   View NotesHide notes  

“In memory of Hannah Stuart. Widow. Formerly Hannah Vertue. 21st August 1826 aged 90 years.” - http://www.woodbridgechurch.org.uk/Records/quay/q-graves-alpha.htm.

Mentioned as an aunt in the 1811 will of William King Byles, see attached images.

Husband: John Stuart (born 1735 )  

Son: George Vertue (born 25.3.1741 Woodbridge, Suffolk died 9.2.1768 Woodbridge, Suffolk) 2 children   View NotesHide notes  

George, the Son of Mr John and Mrs Esther Vertue of Woodbridge (late of Maningtree in Essex) was born March 25 1741 and baptized at their House April the 17th following - from parish record (click on book icon)

Wife: Mary ??? (born 1745 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Daughter: Elizabeth Vertue (born 12.2.1767 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Son: George Vertue (born 31.5.1768 Woodbridge, Suffolk died 11.5.1851 Norwood, Lambeth)   View NotesHide notes  

Was a tailor. Buried Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth, Surrey

Born (after the Father’s Decease) May 31 and baptized at the Mother’s House in Woodbridge June 20 1768 - see baptism record (book icon)

Daughter: Abigail Vertue (born 1742 Woodbridge, Suffolk )  

Daughter: Mary Vertue (born 8.2.1746 Suffolk ) 10 children  

Husband: William Byles (born 30.6.1737 St Mary Quay, Ipswich died 22.1.1802 Ipswich, Suffolk)  

Son: William King Byles (born 1773 Cambridge died 1811 )   View NotesHide notes  

Baptised 16 DEC 1773, Independent, Cambridge, Cambridge, England - IGI

Son: Simeon Byles (born 1775 Cambridge )   View NotesHide notes  

Male Christening: 21 NOV 1775 Independent, Cambridge, Cambridge, England - IGI

Daughter: Mary Byles (born 1777 Cambridge )   View NotesHide notes  

Female Christening: 18 March 1778 Independent, Cambridge, Cambridge, England - IGI

Son: Edward Byles (born 1778 Cambridge )   View NotesHide notes  

Male Christening: 30 SEP 1778 Independent, Cambridge, Cambridge, England - IGI

Son: George Byles (born 1780 Cambrige )   View NotesHide notes  

Male Christening: 18 MAY 1780 Independent, Cambridge, Cambridge, England - IGI

Son: Thomas Byles (born 1781 Hoxton, London )   View NotesHide notes  

On igi, christened 20th May 1781, Pavement Chapel New North Road-Independent, Hoxton, London.

Daughter: Hannah Vertue Byles (born 1782 Hoxton, London )   View NotesHide notes  

On igi, christened 18 Jul 1782, Pavement Chapel New North Road-Independent, Hoxton, London.

Daughter: Maria Byles (born 1784 Hoxton, London )   View NotesHide notes  

On igi, christened 16th Sept 1784, Pavement Chapel New North Road-Independent, Hoxton, London.

Son: Robert Byles (born 1787 Hoxton, London )   View NotesHide notes  

On igi, christened 14th Feb 1787, Pavement Chapel New North Road-Independent, Hoxton, London.

Daughter: Ann Byles (born 1789 Hoxton, London )   View NotesHide notes  

On igi, christening recorded 8th Oct 1789, Pavement Chapel New North Road-Independent, Hoxton, London. However, the event was also recorded in Norwich, Norfolk on the same day - and so is probably a recording of the same event, showing that Ann’s parents had an interest in both places at that time. 



1768 baptism of
George Vertue "(after the Father’s Decease)"....
1835 marriage
of Sarah Vertue to Lankester Webb in local newspa...
The 1814 will
of Henry Vertue, victualler of The Swan. Don't kn...
The will of
Hannah Stuart (neé Vertue) 1826, page 1
The will of
Hannah Stuart (neé Vertue) 1826, page 2
The will of
William King Byles, 1811, page 1
The will of
William King Byles, 1811, page 2
The will of
William King Byles, 1811, page 3
The will of
William King Byles, 1811, page 4
The will of
William King Byles, 1811, page 5 - proved December ...
John Constable,
East Bergholt Church: part of the west end seen...
East Bergholt
Rectory by John Constable, 1810. In the Philadelp...
East Bergholt
Church by John Constable in 1810
A Church Porch
by John Constable “This view of the church in ...
A Hayfield at
East Bergolt, 1812 by John Constable.
Death of Ann
Vertue on 29th November 1852, in the Ipswich Journ...
Ann Vertue’s
marriage to Thomas Lankester in the Ipswich Jour...
Will of Sarah
Vertue (née Ralph), 1811. Page 1
Will of Sarah
Vertue, page 2
George Vertue
Snr last will and testament, 1850
George
Vertue’s burial record 1851, aged 83

Census records:

1841 Brewer’s Lane, Woodbridge, Suffolk
  
Vertue Simon M 68 1773 Suffolk 2452
Vertue Ann F 68 1773 Suffolk 2462
Smith Emily F 20 1821 Suffolk

1851 Brewers Lane, Woodbridge, Suffolk
  
Vertue Simon Head Married M 78 1773 Retired Bankers Clerk Woodbridge, Suffolk 2452
Vertue Ann Wife Married F 78 1773 Gt Glemham, Suffolk 2462
Backhouse Emma Servant Unmarried F 22 1829 House Servt Sutton, Suffolk

1851 Gipsey House Road, St Marys Lambeth, Surrey
  
Vertue George Head Widower M 82 1769 Retired Taylor , Woodbridge, Suffolk 727
Chatfield Hephzibah Grand Daughter Unmarried F 18 1833 Croydon, Surrey 726