|Thomas Whitmee||[1733 - >1798]||MFMFMFFFF|
Born: 14 July 1733 Raunds NTH
Father: Samuel Whitmee
Mother: Mary Colson
Siblings: (Fore dates, etc, see the extended family)
Married: Elizabeth Beal, 20 April 1756 Denford NTH
IGI 8234731 (individual submission) lists the marriage date, the groom's name, & the bride's name
Land Tax Assessment:
|1782-3||Olney||Thomas Whitmee||£10 5s 1d|
|1784||Olney||Thomas Whitmee for farm||£10 11s 9¾d|
|1785||Olney||Thomas Whitmee for farm||£10 11s 9¼d|
|1786||Olney||Thomas Whitmee for farm||£10 11s 9½d|
|1787-8||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 11s 9¼d|
|1790-1||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 11s 11d|
|1792||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 11s 6d|
|1793-4||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 11s 11d|
|1795||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 7s 10d|
|1796-7||Olney||Lord Dartmouth||Thomas Whitmee||£10 7s 9¾d|
|1798||Olney||Whiting||Thomas Whitmee & self||10s 3½d|
Enclosure record of 1777 reads in part:-
"... to Thomas Whitmey of Olney Currier in lieu of his right of Common on a certain piece of ground part of the said Common fields called the Overs All that piece plot or parcel of Land lying and being in West Field aforesaid and bounded on the East part thereof by the allotment of the said Elislime Smith on the South by the eighth Allotment to the said Earl of Dartmouth on the North part thereof by the first Allotment to the said Wm Earl of Dartmouth the fences of which said allotment to the said Thomas Whitmey on the South part thereof next the said eighth allotment to the said William the Earl of Dartmouth and on the west side thereof next the Allotment to the said Trustees for the said Samuel Marshall shall be made and for ever hereafter maintained and kept in repair by and at the expense of the said Thomas Whitmey and the owner of the said allotment for the time being."
Farmed land on the Olney Estate of The Earl of Dartmouth
|Ref||Description||a/m/p||Quantity||Per acre|| Value |
|2||Farm House and Homestead||1r 2p||40||
|1||Old Homestead (house down)||2r 14p||40||
£1 3s 6d |
|46||Weston Meadow||m||23a 1r 30p||45||
£57 14s 8d|
|95||Christian Wall Close||p||32a 3r 24p||20||
|109||Barnyard and Barn close||a||17a 1r 5p||15||
£12 19s 2d|
|110||Clay Butts||a||20a 3r 5p||14||
£14 11s 10d|
|111||Near Park Leys||a||18a 3r 14p||15||
£12 2s 6d|
|112||Far Park Leys||a||15a||10||
|TOTAL||129a 0r 25p||£136 10s 2d|
No 46 is good Meadow flooded in the Winter Season by the River Ouse which makes it produce good crops of hay.
No 95 was mostly ploughed Land now laid down for a Cow Pasture; some of the wet parts should be underdrained.
Nos 109, 110, 111 and 112 are ploughed land at a great and very inconvenient distance from the Farm House;
There is a Barn on No 109 which was built soon after the Inclosure.
Listed in the Posse Comitatus of Olney 1798 as having 6 horses, 1 waggon and 2 carts.
The Posse Comitatus also lists: West Whitmee, lacemaker; John Whitmee, maltster; John Whitmee, victualler.
Sun Fire Insurance policy number 389,409:
dated October 1777
"Thomas Whitmey of Olney in Bucks, Carrier,
on his new Dwelling House only situated as aforesaid
|Stoned and tiled not exceeding||£480|
|Household Goods therein only not exceeding||£100|
|Stable only in the Yard Stone and Tiled not exceeding||£20|
|Workshop Warehouse and Barn adjoining thatched not exceeding||£100|
|Utensils and Stock therein only not exceeding||£200|
N Bowen, J Moffatt, B Branfield"
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