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George Stainrod

circa 1665 - 1699

Father Thomas Stainrod
Mother Anne Hough
Wife Mary Seell
Children ?, Ann, Mary


George was probably born in Hathersage in or shortly after 1665, the son of Thomas and Ann (1). He may have had a younger sister Mary (3).

George worked as a mason (5). He married Mary Seell at Hathersage on 1st May 1690 (4). The following month John Hough, his maternal grandfather, gave him all of his estate in Hathersage, on condition that George provided for John, and his wife Anne, in their old age (5).

They had a child, whose name is not known, who died in infancy in 1692 (6). A daughter Ann followed in 1694 (7), and then another daughter Mary in 1697 (8).

George died in 1699 (9). His wife survived him, and may have re-married (3).


Brief details of his children:



Sources:

  1. No baptism has been found for George. Indeed no document naming his as the son of Thomas and Ann has been found. However he was named as the grandson of John Hough (4) in 1690, when John Hough granted him his estate in Hathersage, and Thomas Stainrod married Ann Hough in 1664 (2). There were no other Stainrods or Houghs in the parish besides his families. His birthdate is simply estimated from the dates of both his parents'(2) and his own (4) marriages. He is assumed to have been born in Hathersage as his parents married there, and he lived there later in life.
  2. Parish Register of St Michael & All Angels, Hathersage, includes the entry:
    [Marriages in the Year 1664]
    [November]
    26 Thomas Stainrod & Ann Hough
  3. The only other Stainrod entry in the parish register of Hathersaqe is for the marriage of Mary Stainrod in 1700 (10). On one hand it seems very likely that she was George's sister, and given that she married 10 years later, was probably younger. However this marriage took place 10 months after George's death (9), so the bride may instead have been his widow, who was called Mary (this could explain why no burial has been found for his wife, although the number of missing entries from the register in this period means that its pretty insignificant).
  4. Parish Register of St Peter's, Hope, includes the entry:
    [Marriages in the Year 1690]
    [May 1]
    George Stainrod & Mary Seell
  5. Derbyshire Record Office, Ref D6123/24/24 reads:
    This Indenture made the Twelfth day of June in the Second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord & Lady William & Mary by the grace of God
    of England Scotland France & Ireland Defender of the Faith &c Between John Hough of Hathersage in the County of Derby Yeoman of the one part And
    George Stainrod of Hathersage aforesaid Mason, and Grandson to the said John Hough of the other parte Witnesseth That the said John Hough for & in consideracon
    of the natural love & affecon which he the said John Hough hath & beareth to the said George Stainrod his Grandson, And also for & in consideracon that the said George Stainrod
    shall find the said John Hough & Anne his now wife with sufficient meat & drink lodging & washing for & during all the time & Term of their two naturall lives & the life of
    the longer liver of them Hath given granted bargained sold Aliened released infeoffed & confirmed  & in & by these presnts doth for & from himself & his heirs fully freely
    & absolutley grant bargain sell alien release infeoffe & confirm unto the said George Stainrod & his heirs All that Messuage house wherein the said John Hough now dwelleth
    One house called the Kichin, One House called the Cowhouse The Orchard & Garden to the said Messuage adjoining, One Close caled the Nether=Field And the fould before the
    said house ^All which premisses are siuate lying and being in Hathersage aforesaid & now or late in the tenure of the said John Hough his Assignee or Assignes^ Together with all Woods, underwoods, ways, waters watering places water Courses, Easements Commons & Profits Commodities Hereditaments & Appurtenances whatsoever
    to the said Messuage or Tenement Lands Closes Premises or any of them belonging or appertaining And the Revercon & Revercons, remainder & Remainders Rents & Devices of all & singular
    the premises & every parte & parcell thereof And all the Estate right Title Interest Claim & Demand of him the said John Hough in or to the same And of in & to every parte & parcell thereof
    Together with all Writings Deeds Escipts & Muniments & other Evidences whatsoever which concern the premisses hereby granted bargained & sold or only any parte or parcell thereof To have &
    to hold the said Messuage or Tenement & houses & all singular other the aforesaid premisses with their & every of their Appurtenances to the said George Stainrod his heirs & Assigns
    for ever To the only sole proper use & behoof of him the said George Stainrod his heirs & assigns for ever more And the said John Hough doth grant that he and his heirs All the
    said Messuage or Tenement & Houses Lands Tenements & Hereditaments aforesaid & all & singluar the aforesaid Premisses with the Appurtenances to him the said George Stainrod his heirs & assigns
    against him the said John Hough his heors & Assignes and against all avery other person & persons whatsoever lawfully claiming by from or under them or any of them shall & will warrant
    & for ever defend by these presents And moreover the said John Hough for himself his heirs Executors & Administrators & every of them doth Covenant promise & grant to & with the said
    George Stainrod his heirs & Assignes & to & with every of them by these presents That he the said John Hough at the time of the sealing & delivery of these presents is seized in his demesne as
    of Fee of & in the aforesaid premisses with the Appurtenances without any Condicon power or Limitacon of use or uses to alter Change or make void the same And he will therof so remain
    & continue seized until the said premisses be well sufficiently conveyed unto the said George Stainrod his heirs & Assignes And that he the said John Hough hath good right full power
    & lawful Authority to Bargain Sell & Convey All & singular the said Messuage & Houses Lands Tenements & Hereditaments aforesaid with their and every of their appurtenances to the said George
    Stainrod his heirs & Assignes in manner and form aforesaid And that the said Messuage & Houses Lands Tenements & Hereditaments aforesaid with their and every of their Appurtenances for ever hereafter
    shall be remain continue & inure to the said George Stainrod his heirs & Assignes Free & clear & freely & clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged or otherwise by the said John Hough from time to
    time & at all times upon every reasonable request well & sufficiently saved & kept harmless & indempnified of & from all former & other Bargains Sales Gifts Grants statutes Merchant & of the staple Judgment
    Executions Intains Fines Issues Amerciaments forfeitures Sequestrations Seizures Extents  & of and from all other Charges Titles Troubles & Incumbrances whatsoever heretofore had made caused committed procured
    willingly suffered or hereafter to be had made done caused committed procured or willingly suffered by him the said John Hough or his heirs or any of them, or by their or any of their means assent consent
    privity or procurement or whereunto they or any of then are Parties privy or consenting The Rents & Services henceforth to grow due & payable to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees thereof
    for the premisses only excepted & foreprized which is one penny yearly & no more And that the said George Stainrod his heirs & Assignes shall & lawfully may peaceably & quietly have hold occupy
    powers & enjoy the said Messuage houses Lands Tenements & Hereditaments aforesaid & all & singular other the Premisses with their Apputenances according to the form purport & true intent & meaning of these
    presents without any lett trouble hindrance entry Dusturbance or contradicon of him the said John Hough his Heirs or Assignes or of any other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or which shall hereafter
    Lawfully claim by from or under him them or any of them And further that he the said John Hough, his heirs & Assignes, And Anne now wife of the said John Hough shall & will at all time & times
    hereafter ^lawfully claim^ within the space of seven years next ensuing the date of these presents upon the reasonable request and at the Costs & Charges in law of the said George Stainrod his heirs or assignes make
    suffer do acknowledge & Execute or cause to be made done acknowledged suffered & Executed all & every such further & other lawfull & reasonable Act & Acts, thing & things Devise & Devises Conveyances
    & Assurances in the law whatsoever for the further more perfect & better assuring & suremaking of the premisses beforemenconed to be hereby bargained & sold & of every part & parcell thereof unto the said
    George Stainrod & to his heors & Assignes for ever Be it by Fine or Fines Feofment or Feofments Recovery or Recoveries with a single or double voucher or vouchers  Deed or Deeds inrolled or not inrolled
    the Enrollment of these Release confirmacon or or otherwise or by any of the said ways & means, or by any other ways or means which by the said George Stainrod his heors or Assignes , or his or their Councill
    learned in the Law shall be reasonably devised advised or required so as the same contain no other warranty than as aforesaid And so as neither he nor they that make such further Assurances be compelled or
    compellable to travel further then the place or places of their most usuall abode for the doing making or executing of such further Assuranes & Conveyances as aforesaid And lastly it is agreed by and between
    the said parties to these presents : That all & every the said Assurances & Conveyances so as aforesaid hereafter to be had of the premisses shall be and shall be esteemed and taken to be the only use of him the said
    George Stainrod his heirs & Assignes for ever & to no other use Intent or purpose whatsoever & anything in these presents contained to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding In witness
    whereof the parties abovesaid have to the presents interchangeably put their hands & seals the day & year abovesaid Anno Domini 1690
    
  6. Parish Register of St Michael & All Angels, Hathersage, includes the entry:
    [Burials 1692]
    September 25 an infant of George Stainrods
  7. Parish Register of St Peter's, Hope, includes the entry:
    [Baptisms in the Year 1694]
    September 2 Ann dau: of George Stainrod
  8. Parish Register of St Michael & All Angels, Hathersage, includes the entry:
    [Baptizms in the year 1697]
    October 31 Mary dau: of of George Stainrod Born 28
  9. Parish Register of St Michael & All Angels, Hathersage, includes the entry:
    [Burials in the Year 1699]
    June 2 George Stainrod
  10. Parish Register of St Michael & All Angels, Hathersage, includes the entry:
    [Marriages in the year 1700]
    [April]
    27 Ellis Furness & Mary Stainrod



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