George RIDOUT (1701-1779)

Name: George RIDOUT
Sex: Male

Father: Christopher RIDOUT (1669-1743)
Mother: Mary GLOVER ( – )

Spouse 1: Mary HALLETT ( – 1751)
Spouse 2: Mary GIBBS (1716-1777)

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth: 1701 (approximately)
Baptism: 11 Dec 1701 in Sherborne Abbey, Sherborne, Dorset [1]
Occupation: Miller and yeoman
Burial: 25 Dec 1779 at Sherborne Abbey

Marriage (1)

Spouse: Mary HALLET ( -1751)
Children: George RIDOUT (bap.1726, d.1786)
Mary RIDOUT (bap.1727)
John RIDOUT (bap.1730, d.1797)
Edith RIDOUT (1733-1733)
Nicodemus RIDOUT (bap.1734, d.1814)
Samuel RIDOUT (bap.1735, d.1735)
Edith RIDOUT (bap.1737)
Elizabeth RIDOUT (bap.1739, d.1827)
Marriage: 25 Nov 1725 at Milborne Port, Somerset

Marriage (2)

Spouse: Mary GIBBS (1716-1777)
Children: Thomas RIDOUT (bap.1754, d.1829)
John Gibbs RIDOUT (bap.1757, d.1823)
Marriage: 15 May 1753 at Long Burton, Dorset

Sources

1. “Parish registers of the Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin at Sherborne”.

4 Responses to George RIDOUT (1701-1779)

  1. Robert Lancashire says:

    ever come across a Constatia Ridout who married a Richard Lancashire. She was born around 1754 and died 1837 at Wincanton

  2. Prevaricat says:

    Hi Robert

    I have looked on Ancestry and the only Lancashire death I could find in 1837 was for a Constance Lancashire – is this her?

    Regards
    Karen

  3. Robert J. Lancashire says:

    Hi Karen,
    the little info I have is that Constantia (Constance) was born about 1754, married Richard Lancashire on 21 July 1783 at North Cadbury and died 27 November 1837 (Wincanton, Somerset). I have not found anything about her parents or siblings. She and Richard had about 11 children, their first being twins Richard and James. James is my connection to all this. Richard the twin did not survive and they named 2 other children Richard, of which the 3rd reached adulthood and married.

  4. Prevaricat says:

    Hi

    This is really hard to solve – I’ve looked at all the many records that I have but can find no-one to fit the bill, no baptisms of a Constance Ridout at all. It’s just possible that, as she was 29 when she married Richard, this may not be her first marriage such that Ridout would not be her maiden name. I will keep her (and you) in mind in the future but can offer nothing useful now I’m afraid.

    Regards, Karen

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