1750 - 1835
|1st Husband||Joseph Redfearn|
|2nd Husband||Ralph Bramwell|
|Children||Mary, Joseph, Ann, Francis Eyre, Abraham, Abraham, Ralph|
Hannah was born in Abney in 1750 (1), the second daughter of Francis & Mary, having an elder sister Mary (2). A younger sister Ann followed in 1753 (3), however both Ann and their mother died shortly afterwards (4)(5). Her father remarried Elizabeth Skidmoor in 1754 (6).
She married Joseph Redfearn, also of Abney, in 1772 (7), and their first child, Mary, was born the following year (8). Their only son Joseph was born in 1775 (9), and their youngest daughter Ann in 1778 (10).
Her husband died the following summer (11), and then her father early the next year (13). It seems that she and her children probably lived with her stepmother after this (12), at least for a few years until her second marriage.
She married Ralph Bramwell in 1784 (14)(22). Their eldest son was born the folliwng year, and named in honour of her father - Francis Eyre Bramwell (15). They had three more sons, but each died when just a few months old - Abraham in 1787(16)(17), another Abraham in 1789 (18)(19), and Ralph in 1790 (20)(21).
Some time after the birth of their children, Hannah and Ralph moved to Litton, where Hannah died on 7th September 1834 (22). She was buried three days later in Hope (23). Her husband Ralph survived her by three years (24)
Brief details of her children:
|The Marriage was solemnized between Us||Joseph Redfearn|
|In the Presence of||Thomas hisXmark Dakin|
|Mary herXmark Bagshaw|
[....] 1835 Indenture between Ralph Bramwell of Litton in the parish of Tideswell Yeoman of the one part and Joseph Redfearn of Windmill in the Township of Little Hucklow in the parish of Hope & C of Derby Publican of the other part. Reciting the sd Will of the said Francis Eyre and reciting that the said Hannah Redfearn in the year 1785 married the said Ralph Bramwell by whom she had a son then living and also reciting that the said Hannah Bramwll died on the 7th September then last. And also reciting that the said ralph Bramwell was tenant for life of the land & hereditaments therinafter released being parcel of the Estate in Hathersage devised to his late wife by the thereintofore in part recited and hereintofore abstracted will. And further reciting that the said Joseph Redfearn was the only son & heir at Law of the said Hannah Bramwell by her first husband Joseph Redfearn deceased. And also further reciting that the said Ralph Bramwell had agreed to sell unto him the said Joseph Redfearn the life Estate & Interest of him the said Ralph of & in the said hereditaments at the sum of £60 It was witnessed that in consideration of the said £60 the said Ralph Bramwell Did grant bargain sell alien & confirm unto the said Joseph Redfearn his heirs and assigns. All the said premises And all his Estate & interest unto & in the use of the said Joseph Redfearn his heirs & assigns Executed by the said Ralph Bramwell attested & receipt for consideration endorsed. [....] 1835 Indenture of demise between the said Joseph Redfearn of the one part and John Bainbrige of Abney yeoman of the other part. Reciting the will of the said Francis Eyre And reciting that the testators debts were duly discharged & the the several annuitants were long since dead And also reciting that the said Hannah Redfearn had issue by her husband Joseph Redfearn (who died in the life time of the Testator) an only son the said Joseph Redfearn party thereto, And also reciting that the said Hannah Redfearn in the year 1785 married the said Ralph Bramwell by whom she had issue then living and that she the said Hannah Bramwell on the th of September then last died her husband the said Ralph Bramwell her surviving. And also reciting that in Michaelmas term 1827 the said Ralph Bramwell & Hannah his wife levied unto Richard Longden Gentleman & his heirs one fine sur cognizance de droit come ceo of the lands & hereditamnets thereinafter demised along & together with other hereditaments in Hathesage but no use or uses of the said fine were or was declared concerning the said premises intended to be thereby demised. And further reciting the hereinbefore in part abstracted Indenture of Release of the 26th November 1835 And also further reciting that the said Joseph Redfearn party thereto had occasion for £300 which the said John Bainbrigge had agree to lend to him at Interest to be secured on the hereditaments & premises thereinafter described. It was witnessed that in consideration of £300 to the said Joseph Redfearn party thereto paid by the said John Bainbrigge He the said Joseph redfearn Did grant bragain sell & demise unto the said John Bainbrigge his Executors etc. All that messuage tenement or dwelling house barn or stable and garden thereunto belonging situate standing or being at Hathersage aforesaid formerly in the possession of Joseph Eyre but hten of George Wilson And also all those two closes pieces or parcels of inclosed land arable measdow or pasture ground lying & being at Hathersage aforesaid formerly one close and called or known by the name of the Nether close, but then divided into two closes & containing together in the whole 4 acres or thereabouts were the same more or less & formerly also in the tenure of the said Joseph Eyre but then of the said George Wilson with the appurtenances And the reversion &c and all the Estate &c Together with all deeds etc. To hold the same unto the said John Bainbrigge hie Executors administrators & assigns from the date thereof for the term of 500 years without impeachment of waste Subject to the provio thereinafter contained for making void the said indenture on payment by the said Joseph Redfearn his heirs executors or administrators unto the said John Bainbrigge his executors administrators or assigns £300 with lawful interest on the first day of June 1836. Usual mortgage covenants Executed by the said Joseph Redfearne ateested & receipt for consideration endorsed
|Hannah Bramwell||Litton||Sep 10th
Confirm transcript entries in original parish register.