Samuel Francis Jefferis

M, b. 7 August 1913

Samuel Sparshott Jefferis

M, b. 3 October 1863, d. December 1936
  • Samuel Sparshott Jefferis was born on 3 October 1863 in Alton.
  • He was the son of Henry Sparshott Jefferis and Elizabeth Mary Monk.
  • Samuel Sparshott Jefferis was baptized on 3 November 1863 in Hampshire.
  • He appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in Ramsgate, Kent. Samuel is shown as an 18 year old drapers assistant born Alton, Hampshire. He is living in the premises of his employer Edward Marshall, along with 11 other employees.
  • He appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 in Belgrave. Shown as a drapers assistant living with over 50 more.
  • His marriage, at 31 years and 10 months, to Louisa Downes, daughter of Samuel Downes and Jane Unknown, was registered in the September 1895 Quarter, Kent Registration District.
  • Samuel Sparshott Jefferis and Louisa Downes appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 in Lambeth. Samuel is shown as a drapers silk buyer, aged 37, born Alton, Hampshire and Louisa as 38, born Macclesfield, Cheshire. Frank S is shown as a juvenile aged 11 (should be 1) years.
  • On 14 November 1918 Samuel & Louisa's son Frank, a cadet in the Hampshire Regiment, was killed. At the time they were living at "Brierley", Fitzharris Avenue, Bournemouth.
  • His death was recorded with the Bournemouth, Hampshire Registration District in the December 1936 Quarter.

Child of Samuel Sparshott Jefferis and Louisa Downes

Sarah Jefferis

F, b. 28 February 1834, d. September 1901
  • Sarah Jefferis was baptized on 28 February 1834 in Hampshire.
  • She was the daughter of James Jefferis and Mary Eggar.
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Sarah Jefferis was living in the household of Martha Eggar in Titchfield. Martha as the 43 year old head of a Private School as is her sister Sarah , aged 52. Also at the school are Thomas Eggar aged 12, James A Eggar aged 11, both nephews, Mary E Eggar aged 7, a niece, and Samuel J Eggar aged 5 another nephew. Sarah Jefferis, a 27 year old niece is an assistant teacher there.
  • At the age of 32 years, Sarah Jefferis married John Baigent, son of Edward Baigent and Mary Elizabeth Jefferis, in 1867 in Hampshire. They were cousins - Sarah's father James and John's mother Mary Elizabeth being brother and sister.
  • Sarah Jefferis and John Baigent appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in East Worldham. John is shown as a 51 year old farmer of 1250 acres with 50 men and 12 boys born Binstead Hampshire. Sarah is shown as 47 years old born Alton. Their children Mary T aged 12 born East Worldham, Helen M aged 8, born East Worldham were living with them as did Mary C (E) Baigent, John's mother aged 72 born Alton, and Jane C (E) Baigent, aged 37 born Binstead, an annuitant. Servants and a governess also lived with them.
  • Her death was recorded with the Alton, Hampshire Registration District in the September 1901 Quarter.

Children of Sarah Jefferis and John Baigent

Sarah Ellen Jefferis

F, b. 6 July 1870, d. 3 December 1885

Sarah Ellen Jefferis. According to family hearsay this photo was taken just before Sarah died as result of complications from her burns. A lock of her hair was kept by her mother Emily in the sewing box that she had brought with her on her voyage to Australia. Sadly the lock of hair is now lost.
  • Sarah Ellen Jefferis was also known as Nellie.
  • She was born on 6 July 1870 in Queensland. Her father Robert Kemp was the informat on her birth certificate and hi's occupation was shown as miner.
  • She was the daughter of Robert Kemp Jefferis and Emily Ann Bright.
  • Sarah Ellen Jefferis died on 3 December 1885 in Bundaberg, Queensland, at age 15. According to family lore Sarah had been burning rubbish in the yard when her dress caught fire. She received severe burns on her leg, which became infected. Just before her death the family had a photo taken of Sarah, and a lock of hair was placed in her mothers sewing box.
    Sarah was a dressmaker. Her father, Robert Kemp was the informant of her death and his occupation was given as a clerk. Her cause of death was from exhaustion caused from burns (accidental) received four weeks before.
    The sewing box brought to Australia by Emily Ann Jefferis (nee Bright) when she and Robert Kemp Jefferis immigrated to Melbourne on the "Swiftsure" in 1863.
  • She was buried on 3 December 1885 in Bundaberg, Queensland. The grave headstone reads
    Emily Ann Jefferis died 15th Feb 1921 Aged 80 years
    Also her beloved daughter Sarah Ellen Died 3 Dec 1885 Aged 16 years At Rest

    Sarah's brother Arthur is also buried at the site.
    Gravestone of Emily Ann Jefferis and her daughter Sarah Ellen Jefferis. Bundagerg Cemetery

Sarah Kate Jefferis

F, b. 21 December 1864, d. 28 May 1872
  • Sarah Kate Jefferis was born on 21 December 1864 in Alton.
  • She was the daughter of Henry Sparshott Jefferis and Elizabeth Mary Monk.
  • Sarah Kate Jefferis was baptized on 20 January 1865 in Hampshire.
  • Sarah Kate Jefferis died on 28 May 1872 at age 7.
  • Her death was recorded with the Totterham, Kent Registration District in the June 1872 Quarter.

Thomas Jefferis

M, b. 11 June 1739, d. circa 1798
  • Thomas Jefferis was baptized on 11 June 1739 in Fordingbridge. (possibly the son of Henry.)
  • At the age of 22 years and 8 months, Thomas Jefferis married Martha Jeffrey, daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge, on 11 February 1762 in Froyle. Thomas was from Fordingbridge, a common brewer, aged 21. She was from Bonhams in Neatham near Froyle aged 21.
  • Thomas Jefferis left a will on 2 March 1798. Thomas appointed his younger son William as his sole executer. In his will he mentions the 1000 pound lent to his son Thomas is to be paid from the 1500 pound left to him. He also mentions a black boy in Fordingbridge, that his son Thomas is to have no claim on him. He also mentions a marriage bond of 1762 made when he married Martha Jeffrey who was not mentioned in the will (assume she had died before the will was made.)
  • Thomas Jefferis died circa 1798.
  • He was buried in Fordingbridge.

Children of Thomas Jefferis and Martha Jeffrey

Thomas Jeffery Jefferis

M, b. 1 October 1764, d. July 1825
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis was born on 1 October 1764.
  • He was the son of Thomas Jefferis and Martha Jeffrey.
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis was baptized on 24 October 1764 in Fordingbridge.
  • In 1792 Thomas was said to be "of the Tything of Neatham" ie owner Neatham, witnesses Benjamin Fielder and Richard Marshall. He was living, if only temperorily, with his mother's family. Possiblly lived/owned 64 High Street late 18th Century.
  • At the age of 27 years, 4 months and 25 days, Thomas Jeffery Jefferis married Ann Kemp, daughter of Robert Kemp Junior and Mary Paice, on 26 February 1792 in Hampshire.
  • On 14 April 1792 Thomas Jeffery Jefferis and Ann Kemp lived in Alton. The conveyance of the property of "Lady Place" mentions Thomas Jeffery Jefferis of Alton and Ann (daughter of Robert Kemp jun, apothecary and surgeon.)
    This photo was taken on 24 June 1919, Alton. A vacant building site is being used as a market known as Market Square. The 18th Century house "Lady Place" in the corner of Market Square was aquired at the site of a proposed new library. However, it was demolished and the site was incorporated into a car park. From the book "Bygone Alton"
  • In 1798 his father's will mentions a loan of 1,000 pound to be taken out of the 1,500 pound left to him. He was not an executor of the will. The will also specified that Thomas Jeffrey was not to" make a claim on the black boy in Fordingbridge."
  • On 13 July 1798 the house and tanyard belonging to Thomas was valued, according to the Poor Rate book as RV 18 pound.
    House that once belonged to Thomas J Jefferis, Lenton Street, Alton - c1900. From the book "Bygone Alton"
  • In 1800 Thomas paid a land tax on 13 shillings for the house and yard. He was also mentioned again in the conveyance of "Lady Place" property. He was also a church warden in Alton.
  • In 1801 Thomas's house and tanyard attracted a rate of RV 24 pound (Poor Rate book), and in 1803 the rate was 26 pound and 10 shillings. In 1808 the land tax was again 13 shillings.
  • In 1804Thomas Jeffery Jefferis was named as a beneficiary of Elizabeth Jeffrey's will. Elizabeth named her nephew Thomas Jeffery Jefferis as the sole executer. He was also left the remainer of her estate after legacies had been paid after he death in 1811.
  • On 25 September 1809 the Hampshire Chronical reported that (F?) T Jefferis had received a games certificate for Alton.
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis and Ann Kemp had eleven children .Thomas Jeffery 1792 (who was mentally disabled), Ann 1793, William 1795, Henry 1797, Richard 1798 (died an infant), George 1800, Charles 1802, John 1804, Robert 1806, Mary Elizabeth 1807 and James 1809.
  • On 2 March 1812 Thomas obtained a Counterpart lease for 10 years by University trustees under the will of Lady Sadleir to Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis of Alton, Hampshire, of its share of tithes in Neatham. This lease was formerly held by his brother in law Thomas Jeffery and was taken up by his son Henry Jefferis who renewed it in 1828.
  • On 2 June 1812 The poor rate tax was again 26 pounds, 10 shillings for the house and tanyard.
  • On 28 March 1814 Thomas took out policy no 280522 with Royal Exchange Assurance - " on a house and Offices adjoining block and tiled site in the High Street Alton Afsd in the occup'n of the Widow Jeffery 300 pound."
  • In 1815 Thomas was noted as having two seats in the church.
  • In 1815 The appropriation of seats in the parish church listed two tanners, one of which was Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis.
  • In 1815 he and his family (except for Thomas Jeffery Jefferis) sat in a pew in the singing gallery (Curtis.)
  • Between 1816 and 1821 the Land tax paid by Thomas in 1816, was 13 shillings. In 1820, July 13 his RV poor rate tax was again 26 pounds and 10 shillings. Then in 1821 his land tax was again 13 shillings.
  • On 16 July 1822 Thomas Jeffery Jefferis lived in Alton. In the agreement for lease of tithes of Neatham, Thomas Jeffery Jefferis is noted as a tanner of Alton. No 25 Lenton Street, Brooklands, Curtis House + Thoms Jeffery and Henry Jefferies Tithes No 221.
  • He left a will in 1825. It was also proved in 1825. Thomas owned land and several houses as well as the tannery in Alton. His will secured money and a home for his widow as well as dividing his property among his children. His executors were his wife and sons George and Henry.
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis died in July 1825 in Alton at age 60. He was said to be 60 years old when he died.
  • He was buried on 15 July 1825 in Alton Cemetery.

Children of Thomas Jeffery Jefferis and Ann Kemp

Thomas Jeffery Jefferis

M, b. 2 October 1792, d. 22 August 1864
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis was born on 2 October 1792.
  • He was the son of Thomas Jeffery Jefferis and Ann Kemp.
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis was baptized on 27 September 1793 in Alton, England. His sister Ann was baptised the same day.
  • The Kemp family bible was given to Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis (1792-1864) by his grandmother Mary Kemp (nee Paice) before her death presumedly in the early 1800's. It was passed on to his great great nephew Graham Jeffery Jefferis in December 1908. It was preserved by his daughter May (Marion) Tilley.
  • In 1815 the Church records indicate that Thomas, aged about 22, had two seats in the Church, while his parents and siblings sat in a pew in the singing gallery.
  • He was a tanner in Alton.
  • Thomas Jeffery Jefferis died on 22 August 1864 in Alton at age 71. He died a bachelor.
  • On 25 August 1864 an entry appeared in the Gunner Diary -"Poor old Thomas Jefferis is dead. No one was better known in the town than he, a poor half witted but very harmless man and everyone having a little joke with him." This probably explains why it was Henry and not Thomas who took over the tannery business from his father.
  • He was buried on 27 August 1864 in Alton Cemetery.

Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis

M, b. 2 May 1828, d. March 1892
  • Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis was baptized on 2 May 1828 in Hambleton.
  • He was the son of William Jefferis and Mary Ann Thorpe.
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis was living in the household of William Jefferis and Mary Ann Thorpe in Westminster. William is shown as a 54 year old greengrocer, living with his wife Mary Ann, born Candover Hampshire aged 62, and son Thomas J aged 22, a green grocers porter and daughter Elizabeth aged 25.
  • His marriage, at 29 years and 9 months, to Arabella Reeves was registered in the March 1858 Quarter in East London, London Registration District.
  • Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis and Arabella Reeves appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in Barnes. Thomas is shown as a 51 year old gardener, born Hambledon Hampshire. He is living with his 58 year old wife Ellen born Barnes, Surry and his 23 year old son George born St James, Middlesex, a schoolmaster.
  • His death was recorded with the Surry, an unknown place Registration District in the March 1892 Quarter.

Child of Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis and Arabella Reeves

William Jefferis

M, b. 6 August 1795, d. September 1875
  • William Jefferis was born on 6 August 1795.
  • He was the son of Thomas Jeffery Jefferis and Ann Kemp.
  • William Jefferis was baptized on 27 June 1798 in Hampshire. Baptised same day as brother Henry.
  • At the age of 30 years, 3 months and 8 days, William Jefferis married Mary Ann Thorpe on 14 November 1825 in Hampshire. The marriage allegation states that William was of Hambledon and a widower.
  • Between 1826 and 1827 William Jefferis was a farmer in Hambledon.
  • He had two children .Elizabeth was baptised 18 Mar 1825 and Thomas Jeffery Jefferis (same name as grandfather and uncle) baptised 2 May 1828 both at Hambeton, Hampshire.
  • He and Mary Ann Thorpe appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Westminster. William is shown as a 54 year old greengrocer, living with his wife Mary Ann, born Candover Hampshire aged 62, and son Thomas J aged 22, a green grocers porter and daughter Elizabeth aged 25.
  • Between 1851 and 1861,his wife, Mary Ann Thorpe died in London. William is shown as a widower on the 1861 census.
  • William Jefferis appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Greenwich. William is shown as a 63 year old grower of vegetables, a widow, living with Ann Rider 36, governess and a Richard W aged 7. It is not clear if this Ricahrd is the son of the widow Ann Rider, or the son of William Jefferis. However, no birth registration can be found for a Richard W Jefferis. The is one ofr a Richard William Rider in June 1854 in Lambeth.
  • There is a death of a William Jefferis recorded in the London, an unknown place in September 1875, however, this may not be the correct date of death for thisWilliam Jefferis.The death registration shows he was 80 years old.

Children of William Jefferis and Mary Ann Thorpe

William Jefferis

M, b. 1772

William Henry Jefferis

M, b. 28 August 1862
  • William Henry Jefferis was born on 28 August 1862 in Alton.
  • He was the son of Henry Sparshott Jefferis and Elizabeth Mary Monk.
  • William Henry Jefferis was baptized on 24 September 1862 in Alton, England.
  • He appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in London. William is shown as an 18 year old boarder born Alton Hampshire. He is a grocer shopman living in the premises of John & Sarah Russel, Cheesemongers.
  • He appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911.
  • He appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 in Poplar. William is shown as a 48 year old born Alton, Hampshire.

Willie Jefferis

M, b. June 1868
  • Willie Jefferis's birth was registered in the Huddersfield, Yorkshire West Riding Registration District in the June 1868 Quarter.
  • He was the son of John Jefferis and Rhoda Taylor.

Winifred Elizabeth Jefferis

F, b. March 1897
  • Winifred Elizabeth Jefferis's birth was registered in the London, an unknown place Registration District in the March 1897 Quarter.
  • She was the daughter of Martin Jefferis and Elizabeth Arrenberg Montague.
  • Her marriage, at 21 years and 3 months, to Herbert Still was registered in the June 1918 Quarter Registration District.

Eliza Jeffery

F, b. circa 1806, d. 1832
  • Eliza Jeffery was born circa 1806.
  • Eliza Jeffery married William Bird on 1 May 1825 in Isle of Wight, England.
  • Eliza Jeffery died in 1832 in India.
  • She was buried in St John's Church, Trichinopoly. She was buried with her baby daughter Fanny.

Children of Eliza Jeffery and William Bird

Geroge Jeffery

M, b. 1850
  • Geroge Jeffery was born in 1850 in Middle Chinnock.
  • He was the son of William Jeffery and Elizabeth Napper.
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Geroge Jeffery was living in the household of William Jeffery and Elizabeth Napper in Middle Chinnock. William is shown as a 38 year old dealer in fish, living with his wife Elizabeth 33, a sail cloth weaver born Middle Chinnock, and her two children from a previous marriage Walter HOCKEY, 10 an ag labourer born West Chinnock and Hannah 7 born Middle Chinnock and a son by William, George JEFFERY aged 1 born Middle Chinnock.

William Jeffery

M, b. 1813
  • William Jeffery was born in 1813.
  • His marriage, at 35 years, to Elizabeth Napper was registered in the June 1848 Quarter in Yeovil, Somerset Registration District.
  • William Jeffery and Elizabeth Napper appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Middle Chinnock. William is shown as a 38 year old dealer in fish, living with his wife Elizabeth 33, a sail cloth weaver born Middle Chinnock, and her two children from a previous marriage Walter HOCKEY, 10 an ag labourer born West Chinnock and Hannah 7 born Middle Chinnock and a son by William, George JEFFERY aged 1 born Middle Chinnock.

Child of William Jeffery and Elizabeth Napper

Ann Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1727, d. 7 May 1806
  • Ann Jeffrey was born circa 1727.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge.
  • Ann Jeffrey died on 7 May 1806 in Froyle.
  • She was buried in Froyle. The inscription on her tomb reads "(Double stone) ANN JEFFREY who died May 7 1806 aged 79 years.
    ELIZABETH JEFFREY who died Feb 25th 1811 aged 78 years."

Elizabeth Jeffrey

F, b. 29 July 1700
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey was baptized on 29 July 1700 in Froyle.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Joan Newman.
  • On 30 April 1706 Elizaeth was left 60 pound by her uncle John Newman of Bonhams at Froyle.
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey was named as a beneficiary of John Newman's will. He left his sister Joan Jeffrey's children Elizabeth and Martha 60 pound each.
  • At the age of 21 years, Elizabeth Jeffrey married Thomas Earwacker in 1722.
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey was buried in 1740.

Elizabeth Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1733, d. 25 February 1811
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey was born circa 1733.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge.
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey left a will in 1804 in Holybourne. Elizabeth named her nephew Thomas Jeffery Jefferis as the sole executer. He was also left the remainer of her estate after legacies had been paid after he death in 1811.
  • Elizabeth Jeffrey died on 25 February 1811 in Froyle.
  • She was buried in Froyle. The inscription on her tomb reads "(Double stone) ANN JEFFREY who died May 7 1806 aged 79 years.
    ELIZABETH JEFFREY who died Feb 25th 1811 aged 78 years."

Joan Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1737

Children of Joan Jeffrey and John Heath

Joan Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1690, d. after 1711

Martha Jeffrey

F, b. 16 May 1735, d. before 1798
  • Martha Jeffrey was baptized on 16 May 1735 in Froyle. Martha was the fifth of six daughters.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge.
  • In 1758Martha Jeffrey was named as a beneficiary of Thomas Jeffrey's will. In his will Thomas mentions a loving brother Bernard Burningham and loving cousin Thomas Earwacker (his sister Elizabeth's husband). He also bequethed at least 510 pound to his daughter Martha.
  • Martha Jeffrey married Thomas Jefferis on 11 February 1762 in Froyle Thomas was from Fordingbridge, a common brewer, aged 21. She was from Bonhams in Neatham near Froyle aged 21.
  • Martha Jeffrey died before 1798. Martha was not mentioned in her husband's will of 1798. They seemed to have lived in Fordingbridge.

Children of Martha Jeffrey and Thomas Jefferis

Martha Jeffrey

F, b. 28 August 1702, d. 1765
  • Martha Jeffrey was baptized on 28 August 1702 in Froyle.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Joan Newman.
  • On 30 April 1706 Martha was left 60 pound by her uncle John Newman of Bonhams at Froyle.
  • Martha Jeffrey died in 1765.

Mary Jeffrey

F, b. 1692
  • Mary Jeffrey was baptized in 1692 in Holybourne.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Joan Newman.
  • At the age of 18 years, Mary Jeffrey married John Inwood in 1710.
  • Mary Jeffrey married Charles Heath circa 1725.
  • Mary Jeffrey was buried in 1758.

Children of Mary Jeffrey and John Inwood

Mary Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1728

Sarah Jeffrey

F, b. circa 1731, d. 21 December 1757
  • Sarah Jeffrey was born circa 1731.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge.
  • Sarah Jeffrey died on 21 December 1757 in Froyle.
  • She was buried in Froyle. The inscription on her tomb reads "In memory of SARAH, daughter of THOMAS & ANN JEFFREY, who departed this life December 21 1757 aged 26 years."

Thomas Jeffrey

M, b. 21 November 1693, d. 30 December 1758
  • Thomas Jeffrey was baptized on 21 November 1693 in Froyle.
  • He was the son of Thomas Jeffrey and Joan Newman.
  • On 16 May 1718Thomas Jeffrey was named as a beneficiary of Thomas Jeffrey's will. Thomas senior's will was proved and he bequeathed Bonhams Farm to his son Thomas.
  • At the age of 29 years and 6 months, Thomas Jeffrey married Ann Ridge, daughter of Benjamin Ridge and Ann Burningham, on 21 May 1723 in Kingsley. Thomas of Neatham married Ann from Froyle by licence.
  • Thomas Jeffrey left a will in 1758. In his will Thomas mentions a loving brother Bernard Burningham and loving cousin Thomas Earwacker (his sister Elizabeth's husband). He also bequethed at least 510 pound to his daughter Martha.
  • Thomas Jeffrey died on 30 December 1758 in "Bonhams" at age 65.
  • He was buried in St Mary of Assumption, Froyle. His monumental inscription reads " In memory of Thomas Jeffery late of Bonhams. Died Dec 30th 1758 aged 65 years."

Children of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge

Thomas Jeffrey

M, b. circa 1660, d. May 1718
  • Thomas Jeffrey was born circa 1660.
  • Thomas Jeffrey married Joan Newman, daughter of Thomas Newman, on 28 November 1686 in Froyle.
  • In 1699 Thomas Jeffrey built or altered the present "Bonhams" farm house. His initials and the date are inscribed in a beam in the cellar.
    Built in 1699 by Thomas Jeffrey. From the book "Bygone Alton"
    Thomas Jefferis built or altered the present "Bonhams" house. A beam in the cellar bears the inscription T I 1699 ( I and J being written the same, at this time). From the book "Bygone Alton"
  • Thomas Jeffrey died in May 1718.
  • He left a will on 16 May 1718. Thomas senior's will was proved and he bequeathed Bonhams Farm to his son Thomas.

Children of Thomas Jeffrey and Joan Newman

Thomas Jeffrey

M, b. circa 1740, d. 30 July 1804
  • Thomas Jeffrey was born circa 1740.
  • He was the son of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge.
  • Thomas Jeffrey married Mary Andrews circa 1775.
  • On 20 February 1802 Thomas obtained a counterpart lease for 10 years by University trustees under the will of Lady Sadleir to Thomas Jeffrey of Bonhams, Alton, Hampshire, gentleman, of its share of tithes in Neatham. The Annual rent was 44 pound. This lease was then taken up by his sister Martha's son Thomas Jeffrey Jefferis. They were previously held by Bernard Burningham.
  • Thomas Jeffrey died on 30 July 1804.
  • He was buried in Froyle. The inscription on their tomb reads: -(Chest tomb) Sacred to the memory of MARY JEFFREY, wife of THOMAS JEFFREY, who departed this life Sep 27th 1805 aged 50 years.
    Sacred to the memory of THOMAS JEFFREY of Bonhams who departed this life July 13th 1804 aged 64 years.