Charles Deudney (1760-1829)
Charles Deudney was the owner of Gensing Farm, having been born there in 1760. His father, Thomas was a tenant and representative of the Eversfield Estate - this passing from Thomas to Charles, managing a farm in the area of over 1,000 acres in addition to holding not insubstantial land himself.
Interestingly in Charles' will he explicitly stated that his son-in-law, Edward Wenham (Sarah's husband) was not indebted to him and that he had given no securities to Edward. His estate was largely divided among his children.
|Children of: Charles Deudney and Jane Jensing|
|Robert Deudney (1801-1883)||1801||31 March 1883||[[Caroline Blackman (1807-1874)]]|
|Arthur Deudney (-1837)||1837|
|Charles Deudney (-1844)||16 December 1844||[[? Fagg]]|
|Sarah Deudney||1783||[[Edward Wenham]]|
References & Notes
- Brett Manuscript Histories Vol. 3 Chap. 30
- British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 3 March 1883 Pg. 0003
- England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 Numbers 550-600 (1829)