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1662 George Horseman and Frances Carlile were married on November 25, recorded at Crambe parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [1][2]

Marriages 1662
George Horsman & ffrancies Carlile November the five & twenty day one thousand six hundred sixtie & two.

1663 Marmaduke Horsman, son of George Horsman, of Whitwell, was baptized on November 27, at Crambe, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [3][4]

1665 Susannah Horseman, daughter of Georgi Horsman, of Whitwell, was baptized on December 14, at Crambe, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [5][6]

Susannah filia Georgij Horseman de Whitwell baptizata decimo quarto die Decembris

1668 Duglessa filia Georgi Horseman de Whitwell baptizata decimo nono die Julij (July 19) [7][8]

Notes about Crambe and Whitwell:


St Michaels at Crambe, Yorkshire [9][10]

The parish church of St Michael's is a very simple building dating to the 11th century with a 13th-century extension and a lovely 15th century west tower. [11]

Crambe is in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire. [12]

Crambe is a parish, in the union of Malton, wapentake of Bulmer, N. riding of York; containing the townships of Barton-le-Willows and Whitwell-on-the-Hill. [13]

1712 The Third Earl of Carlisle built a castle at Hinderskelf, near Whitwell. [14]

The names and dates for the Horseman family of Crambe, Yorkshire, above, agree with the known facts of the Horseman family that arrived in New Jersey in 1677, below. We speculatively show these families as being the same.

We are researching the genealogy of Susanna Horseman, who married Samuel Taylor. We suspect that Susanna was the daughter of George Horsman and Frances Carlile, of Whitwell, Yorkshire, England. We further hypothesize that Frances Woodhouse, wife of Anthony Woodhouse, was the widow of George and was the mother of Marmaduke, Susanna, and Mary Horseman because of these documented facts:

1686 Anthony and Frances Woodhouse were listed early among the witnesses (where parents typically signed their names) to the marriage of Susanna Horseman and Samuel Taylor, while Marmaduke Horseman, perhaps Susanna's brother, was the only witness named Horseman.

168? The burial record of Mary Horseman named her as a daughter-in-law [step-daughter?] of Anthony Woodhouse.

Anthony Woodhouse lived near and interacted with Marmaduke Horseman. In 1687, Anthony Woodhouse and Marmaduke Horseman had a disagreement soon after Frances Woodhouse died.

1677 Marmaduke Horsman immigrated to New Jersey on the ship Martha. [15][16][17][18] Marmaduke Horseman was named in an early New Jersey history by Smith on a list of "Masters of families" [19]. We do not know what the "Masters of families" designation means, but note that it was also used for Thomas Schooley [20], perhaps because Thomas Schooley was the oldest of several siblings who arrived together. It is plausible that Marmaduke Horseman was either the father of Marmaduke, Susanna, and Mary Horseman, or was Marmaduke, the sibling.

1680 Elizabeth Woodhouse, daughter of Anthony and Frances Woodhouse, was born on April 18. "Anthony Woodhouse's Children Elizabeth daughter of Anthony Woodhouse & Frances his wife was born at in West Jersey in America the 18th: 2mo 1680." [21]

1684 Thomas Woodhouse, son of Anthony and Frances Woodhouse, was born on March 6, 1683/4. "Anthony Woodhouse's Children ... Thomas Woodhouse son of said Anthony & Frances was born at in West Jersey in America the 6th: 1mo 1683." [22][23]

1684 A survey was made for Anthony Woodhouse (a witness to the marriage of daughter Susanna) adjacent to Duke Horseman's [Horsman] meadow and land of William Black (brother-in-law of Samuel Taylor and a witness to the marriage of daughter Susanna). Dated 4 12th month (Feb), 1683/84. [24]

1684 Samuel Oldale of Assiscunck Creek sold to Marmaduke Horsman, late of White Hill [perhaps a town now called Fieldsboro, New Jersey], West Jersey, 50 acres in the first tenth, for 5 pounds current money. Witnessed by Robert Glover, Susanna Horsman [perhaps the sister of Marmaduke], and William Emley. Dated 8-9 March, 1683/84. [25][26]

1684 Marmaduke Haswman was named on the list of proprieters and freeholders (the tax assessment list) in the First Tenth for Burlington County, New Jersey as owning 50 acres. Anthony Woodhouse was listed adjacent. [27]

1684 Return of survey, dated 1st month (March), for Marmaduke Horseman [Horsman], of 50 acres on Block creek above Anthony Woodhouse's land and a run, emptying into said creek. "Sold to Samuel Taylor." [28][29]

1685 Marmaduke Horseman registered the ear marking for his swine at the Burlington Court. [30]

1685 Marmaduke Horsman, of Chesterfield, planter, gave a deed, dated November 20, to Samuel Taylor of Crosswicks Creek, planter, for 50 acres in the First Tenth on the creek above Anthony Woodhouse, bought of Samuel Oldale of Assiscunck Cr., March 9, 1683-4. [31]

1686 Samuel Taylor and Susanna Horseman were married on 14 of month 2 [April], at the house of William Black in Chesterfield, Burlington County, New Jersey. Witnessed by Anthony Woodhouse and Frances Woodhouse [Susanna's mother and step-father?], William and Alice Black [Samuel's sister and brother-in-law], Marmaduke Horseman [Susanna's brother?], Alice Raworth [daughter of Alice Black], and others. [32]

1686 Frances the wife of Anthony Woodhouse was buried on 27 of month 9, 1686 [33][34]

1687 "Anthony Woodhouse and Marmaduke Horseman declare a difference betwixt them which they leave to be ended." Dated 7 of month 2, at the Chesterfield monthly meeting [New Jersey]. [35][36]

168? Mary Horseman, daughter-in-law to Anthony Woodhouse was buried on 11 of month 10, 168? [37][38]

1690 Deed. Francis Davenport, yeoman, of Chesterfield, Burlington County, to Marmaduke Horseman [Horsman] of said County, both husbandmen, 5 pounds for 50 acres. Witnesses Anthony Woodward and Symon Charles. Dated May 11. [39]

1690 Deed. Samuel Taylor of Chesterfield, Burlington County, to Marmaduke Horsman of said County, both husbandman, 8 pounds for 53 acres between grantor and grantee. Dated November 10. [40][41]

Research Notes:

1677-1679 It is also plausible that Marmaduke was the name of the father of this family. If the immigrant Marmaduke Horseman was father to Marmaduke, Susanna, and Mary, then it is plausible that Marmaduke Horseman Senior died about this time and that Anthony Woodhouse married widow Frances Horseman.

Anthony Horseman of Ripon and Pontefract, Yorkshire. Sue Horseman provided this summary:

Anthony Horseman, born in Ripon Park, was baptized on October 13, 1608 in Ripon Cathedral. Anthony married Philippa Tod on November 27, 1631 at Ripon Cathedral. Their children were:
1) William, baptized September 23, 1632 at Ripon.
2) Marmaduke, baptized on April 27, 1634 at Ripon [42]. Buried on July 21, 1638 at Pontrefact [43].
3) George, baptized February 15, 1634 at Ripon.
4) Margret, baptized February 18, 1638 in Pontefract. Died November 1639.
5) Thomas, baptized February 27, 1642 in Pontefract.

George and Frances Horseman with son Marmaduke, of Ripon. George and Frances of Ripon were married before 1626. [44]:

1626 Frances, wife of George Horsman, lab'r, of Huton Coniers, parish of Ripon was listed as a recusant. [45]

1629 George Horsman, yeoman, of Huton Coniers, parish of Ripon, was indicted as a recusant at Richmond. [46]

1638 Marmaduke Horseman, son of George, was baptized at Ripon Cathedral, Yorkshire, England. [47]

1673 George Horseman was buried at Ripon Cathedral, Yorkshire. [48][49]

Horseman of Haworth, Yorkshire:

1659 The baptism of Jane Horseman, daughter of Marmaduke, has been reported at Haworth, Yorkshire. [50]

1674 Marmaduke Horsman was buried at St. Michael's church, Haworth, Yorkshire, England. [51]

Another Horseman family with the name Marmaduke [52] included several Horseman families with births and marriages around the dates 1600-1620 in Masham parish, Yorkshire, England.

Masham Parish Records, Yorkshire. Masham parish is now Healey parish of Yorkshire. The parish register of Masham, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Parish Register Section, Vol 161, p 64 and 73. CMB 1599-1716.

Information about Fearby and Lamb Hill in Masham parish is online [53]

Baptisms, marriages, and burials are registered at North Yorkshire County Record Office

1822 description of Fearby: "in the parish of Masham, wapentake of Hang East, and liberty of Richmondshire; 1.75 miles WNW. of Masham. Pop. 214

1822 description of Lamb Hill: a farm house in the township of Burton-upon-Ure, and parish of Masham, wapentake of Hang East, and liberty of Richmondshire; 2 miles SE. of Masham.

1608 26 Dec, Marmaduke Horsman was baptized to William Horsman of Stone Fold.

1633 10 Aug, Marmaduke Horsman was baptized to Abraham Horsman of Fearby

1650 4 June, Marmaduke Horsman of Fearby married Alice Jackson.

1651 2 April, Matthew Horsman was baptized to Marmaduke Horsman of Fearby

1653 1 Nov, Ann Horsman was baptized to Marmaduke Horsman of Healey. Born 31 Oct.

1655/56 11 March, Elizabeth Horsman was baptized to Marmaduke Horsman of Lamb Hill. Born 9 March.

1655/56 24 March, Alice, wife of Marmaduke Horsman of Lamb Hill, died.

1656/57 15 March, A child of Marmaduke Horsman of Healey died.

Other reports:

1660 Marmaduke Horseman and two others stealing deer in Newby Park, when they knocked down Richard Battey. Marmaduke Horseman fled to Ireland and then returned to England. Marmaduke Horseman was convicted and executed. [54]

1634 Marmaduke Horsman and Martha Blakebrough were married on September 4, 1634 at Keighley Parish, Yorkshire, England. [55][56][57]

1637 Marmaduke Horseman was reportedly born in Ash Bocking, Suffolk, England. [Family History Library AFN: C9KZ-QJ]

Samuel [sic] Horseman and Frances have been named as the parents of Susannah and the "progenitors of the Horseman family". [58]

Some researchers have suggested Marmaduke Horseman [59] of Suffolk, England as the father of this Marmaduke Horseman, perhaps born 1637 in Ash Boking, Suffolk, England. Married 1659 to Mary Frances in Yorkshire, England. Died 1680 in Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

1601 The will of Richard Horsman, mariner of Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, was dated 3 November 1601. [60]


Footnotes:

[1] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Marriages Bishop's Transcripts, [FindMyPast Record].

[2] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Parish Records (available at Family History Centers), image 20, [FamilySearchImage], [FHLCatalog].

[3] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Baptisms Bishop's Transcripts, [FindMyPast Record].

[4] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Parish Records (available at Family History Centers), image 21, [FamilySearchImage], [FHLCatalog].

[5] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Baptisms Bishop's Transcripts, [FindMyPast Record].

[6] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Parish Records (available at Family History Centers), image 23, [FamilySearchImage], [FHLCatalog].

[7] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Bishop's Transcripts, [FindMyPast Record], [FindMyPast Image].

[8] England, Yorkshire, Crambe, Parish Records (available at Family History Centers), image 29, [FamilySearchImage], [FHLCatalog].

[9] St Michaels at Crambe, Yorkshire website, [URL].

[10] Google Map, [Google Map].

[11] St Michael Church website, [URL].

[12] Wikipedia article about Crambe,_North_Yorkshire, content subject to change, [Wikipedia].

[13] Family Search Crambe, Yorkshire Genealogy, [URL].

[14] Thomas Moule, The English Counties Delineated, Volume 2, [URL].

[15] Thomas Francis Gordon, The History of New Jersey from its Discovery by Europeans (1834), 335, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].

[16] Samuel Smith, The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey (1890), 103, [InternetArchive], [Google].

[17] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed,. Vol. I (1905), 20, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[18] Robert Proud, The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, Vol. 1 (Philadelphia: Zachariah Poulson, 1797), 149, [GoogleBooks].

[19] Samuel Smith, The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey (1890), 103, [InternetArchive], [Google].

[20] Janet and Robert Wolfe, Genealogy Page for Thomas Schooley, New Jersey immigrant and Master of Families, [JRWolfeGenealogy].

[21] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Untitled: Chesterfield Births and Deaths, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[22] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Untitled: Chesterfield Births and Deaths, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[23] Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, New Jersey, Births and Deaths, 1675-1750, Vol. K, Marriages, 1684-1724 , [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[24] William Nelson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 21. (Patents and Deeds, 1664-1703) (1899), 358, citing Revel's Book of Surveys, p 56, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[25] William Nelson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 21. (Patents and Deeds, 1664-1703) (1899), 409, citing West Jersey Records, Liber B, Part 1, p 87, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[26] Colonial Conveyances East & West New Jersey. Deed (Book-Page), B-87.

[27] H. Clay Reed and George J. Miller, The Burlington Court Book. A Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey 1680-1709, Vol. 5 (1944), 31.

[28] William Nelson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 21. (Patents and Deeds, 1664-1703) (1899), 359, citing Revel's Book of Surveys, p 61, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[29] Francis Bazley Lee, ed., Genealogical and Memorial History of the State of New Jersey, Vol. 3 (1910), 992, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].

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[31] John David Davis, West Jersey New Jersey Deed records 1676-1721 (2005), 75, [FHLBook].

[32] Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, New Jersey, Births and Deaths, 1675-1750, Vol. K, Marriages, 1684-1724 , 37, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[33] Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, New Jersey, Births and Deaths, 1675-1750, Vol. K, Marriages, 1684-1724 , 22, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[34] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Untitled: Chesterfield Births and Deaths, 7A, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[35] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Men's Minutes, 1684-1738, 9, [AncestryImage].

[36] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Book of Records, 1684-1756, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[37] Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, New Jersey, Births and Deaths, 1675-1750, Vol. K, Marriages, 1684-1724 , 22, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[38] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Untitled: Chesterfield Births and Deaths, 7A, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[39] John David Davis, West Jersey New Jersey Deed records 1676-1721 (2005), 70, [FHLBook].

[40] William Nelson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 21. (Patents and Deeds, 1664-1703) (1899), 457, citing West Jersey Records, Liber B, Part 1, p 438, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[41] John David Davis, West Jersey New Jersey Deed records 1676-1721 (2005), 69, [FHLBook].

[42] Ripon Parish, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[43] Yorkshire, England, Extracted Parish Records, Ponterfract, [AncestryRecord].

[44] Donald G. Armstrong, New Jersey Pioneers: Twenty-Four Families (Marco Island, Florida: Penobscot Press, 2014), 329.

[45] J. C. Atkinson, ed., England, Yorkshire, North Riding Quarter Sessions Records, Vol. 3 (1885), 277, [HathiTrust].

[46] J. C. Atkinson, ed., England, Yorkshire, North Riding Quarter Sessions Records, Vol. 3 (1885), 305, [HathiTrust].

[47] Ripon Parish, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[48] Ripon Parish, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[49] Ripon Parish, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[50] Donald G. Armstrong, New Jersey Pioneers: Twenty-Four Families (Marco Island, Florida: Penobscot Press, 2014), 332.

[51] Haworth Parish, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[52] Janet and Robert Wolfe, Genealogy Page for Horseman of Marsham parish, [JRWolfeGenealogy].

[53] UK & Ireland Genealogy, [GEN_UKI].

[54] Great Britain Courts of Assize, Depositions from the Castle of York: Relating to Offenses Committed in the Northern Counties in the Seventeenth Century (London: The Publication Surtees Society, Vol. XL, 1861), 164, [GoogleBooks].

[55] Yorkshire, England, Extracted Parish Records, Keighley Parish, Yorkshire, 116, [AncestryRecord].

[56] Keighley, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[57] Keighley, Yorkshire, Findmypast, [URL].

[58] Richard Haines, George Haines, Charles Stokes. Genealogy of the Stokes Family (1903), 126, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].

[59] Janet and Robert Wolfe, Genealogy Page for Marmaduke Horseman of Suffolk, England, married to Martha Blakebrough, [JRWolfeGenealogy].

[60] The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, PROB 11/98/328, Woodhall Quire Numbers: 39 - 89, Image 441/872, [UKNationalArchives].


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