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Sarah HAND (1799-1886)

1. Sarah HAND, daughter of Enoch HAND (c. 1770-1834) and Mary PHILLIPS (chr.1777, d.1835), was born on 21 January 1799. She was born on 21 October 1800 in Uttoxeter, Staffs. She married Richard Jnr. BADNALL on 19 August 1819 in Uttoxeter Parish Church. The vicar was the Revd. HB Fowles. She died on 22 January 1886 in Church Lane, Leek, Staffordshire. She was buried on 27 January 1886 in Family Vault, St. Edwards churchyard, Leek, Staffs..

 

WILL OF SARAH BADNALL, WIDOW, OF LEEK, STAFFORDSHIRE: 1861
This is the last will and testament of me Sarah Badnall of Leek in the County of Stafford, widow, I bequeath to my dear son Hopkins the large water colour painting of his Father, also my Gold Watch , all my silver and silver plated articles. I direct the Trustees of my will to divide in their discretion such of my books pictures prints and household goods and furniture (excepting the silver and silver plated articles herinbefore bequeathed) as they shall think proper amongst themselves and my other children. I devise all the real estate to which I shall be entitled at my death and I bequeath the residue of my personal estate to which I shall be entitled to my said son Hopkins and my son William Beaumont Badnall their heirs executors administrators and assigns respectively upon trust to sell my real estate together or in parcels by public auction or private contract with power to make any special conditions to title or otherwise and with power to buy in the premises at any public sale or to rescind either on terms or gratuitously any contract and to resell without being answerable for any loss and to convert and get in my residuary personal estate and to stand possessed of the monies to arise from such real and residuary personal estate Upon trust for my said son Hopkins, my daughter Harriet Hopkins the wife of Charles Bower May and my sons Edward Wykeham, and Charles Henry Fiennes, in equal shares taking into account the sum of ?0 which I have advanced to my son Edward and the sum of Three hundred pounds which I have advanced to my said son Charles so that my said sons Edward and Charles shall receive their respective shares less the said sums so advanced to them respectively as aforesaid and as respects the share of each of my said sons Edward and Charles I empower the Trustees of my will to pay such share or interest thereof to him in such manner at such time or times and in such proportions the said Trustees shall in their discretion consider most beneficial for him and I empower the Trustees of my will to invest the shares of my said sons Edward and Charles or any part or parts thereof respectively in their names in the public funds or government securities in the United Kingdom or on real securities in England and Wales or on Railway Debentures and to vary such investments at their discretion for any of the others of the kinds prescribed. I declare that the receipts of my Trustees for any money paid to them in that character shall exonerate the person paying the same from all liability in respect of the application thereof I direct as regards the Trusteeship of my said sons Hopkins and William that vacancies occurring therein from death in my lifetime or otherwise disclaimer resignation or incapacity shall from time to time be supplied by the other Trustees or Trustee for the time being or if non such then by the disclaiming or resigning Trustees or Trustee or if also non such then by the executors or administrators of the last deceased Trustee. I appoint my said sons Hopkins and William Beaumont to be executors of my will and lastly I revoke all former and other wills. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fifteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and sixty one.

Sarah Badnall

Signed by the Testatrix as her last Will and testament in the presence of us present at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names.
Isaac Cope, John Brearley, Leek, Staffordshire.
Staffordshire County Record Office.

 

Richard Jnr. BADNALL and Sarah HAND had the following children:

 

Richard BADNALL (1820- ). Richard was born on 27 May 1820 in Leek (11 am). He was baptised on 4 June 1821 in St. Edward's P.C. Leek, Staffs.

Hopkins BADNALL (1821-1892). Hopkins was born on 12 September 1821 in Leek, Staffordshire. He was christened on 24 September 1822 in St. Edwards Leek, Staffs.. He was an Archdeacon of Cape Town, Vicar General of Capetown. He also founded Bishop's Diocesan School and was vice-chancellor of the University of the Cape of Good Hope. He appeared in the census. He was educated at Durham University, BA, MA1851, DD1870, He was Curate in Stockton-on-Tees in 1845. He accompanied Bishop Gray in 1847 in South Africa. He married Sarah Elizabeth OWEN-SMITH on 27 February 1854 in St. Mary's Cathedral, Port Elizabeth. He became Rector of Goldsborough in 1855. He became Rector of Cawthorne in 1857. He became Vicar of Fishlake in 1886. He died on 27 September 1892 in 19 Randolf Rd., Maida Vale, London. He was buried on 1 October 1892 in Family Vault, Leek, Staffs..

William Beaumont BADNALL (1823-1901). William was born on 7 October 1823 in Leek (8.55pm). He was born on 7 October 1823 in Leek, Staffs. He was christened on 31 December 1824. He was baptised on 31 December 1824 in St. Edward's P.C. Leek. He was a Conveyancing Barrister, County Councillor (Derbyshire). He was a Conveyancing Barrister, County Councillor (Derbyshire). He married Jane Elizabeth CRUSO circa September 1854. He died on 31 May 1901 in 4 Kennsington Court Gardens, Middlesex. He was buried on 1 June 1901 in Thorpe by Dovedale, Derbyshire.

Harriet Hopkins BADNALL (1825-aft1881). Harriet was born on 20 October 1825 in Ashenhurst Hall, Leek (11.57pm). She died after 1881.

Edward Wykeham BADNALL (1831-1863). Edward was born on 27 May 1831 in Wavertree Nook (alias Olive Vale), nr. Liverpool. He died on 31 August 1863 in Church Lane. He was buried on 5 September 1863 in Family vault, St. Edward's Churchyard, Leek, Staffs.

Charles Henry Fiennes BADNALL (1833-bef1886). Charles was born on 9 January 1833 in Thomas Street, Douglas, Isle of Man. He was baptised in 1833 in St. Matthews Church, Douglas, I.O.M.. He was a Journalist. He married Hannah WHITWORTH in 1864 in Australia. He died before January 1886.

Second Generation

2. Enoch HAND was born circa 1770. He was a Solicitor and coroner of the Totmanslow Hundred. Staffs. He died on 8 March 1834. He was buried in March 1834 in Uttoxeter, Staffs.. He married Mary PHILLIPS.

 

According to county records, Enoch (or Enock) was buried March 12 1832, aged 62.

 

3. Mary PHILLIPS, daughter of Thomas PHILLIPS and Sarah NEEDHAM, was christened on 31 January 1777. She died in 1835. She was buried in 1835. She and Enoch HAND had the following children:

 

John HAND (bap.1801, d.1870). John was baptised on 25 December 1801. He was a Rector of Handsworth. He died on 9 September 1870 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. He was buried in September 1870.

Charles Phillips HAND ( -1850). Charles died in 1850 in Douglas, Isle of Man.. He was buried in 1850 in Douglas.

Mary Anne HAND (1808?- ). Mary was born in 1808 (estimated). She was baptised on 14 December 1808 in Uttoxeter.

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Sarah HAND (1799-1886)

Eliza HAND (bap.1814). Eliza was baptised on 3 July 1814 in Uttoxeter.

Third Generation

4. Thomas PHILLIPS was born circa 1749. He was a Silk merchant. He died in 1814 in Leek, Staffs. He was buried in 1814. He married Sarah NEEDHAM.

 

5. Sarah NEEDHAM, daughter of Thomas NEEDHAM, was born in 1753. She died in 1799 in Leek, Staffs.. She was buried in 1799. She and Thomas PHILLIPS had the following children:

 

Thomas PHILLIPS ( - ). Thomas died in Leek.

Samuel PHILLIPS (1779-1851). Samuel was born in 1779. He was a Silk merchant. He died in 1851 in Ashenhurst, Leek, Staffs.. He was buried in 1851.

William PHILLIPS (1786-1871). William was born in 1786. He was a Silk merchant, Captain of Pikemen. He was buried on 10 January 1870 in Family vault, St. Edwards Church, Leek, Staffordshire. He died in January 1871 in The Field, Leek, Staffs..

Charles PHILLIPS (1797-1837). Charles was born in 1797. He was a Doctor. He died in 1837 in Manchester. He was buried in 1837.

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Mary PHILLIPS (chr.1777, d.1835)

Anne PHILLIPS ( -1865). Anne died in 1865 in London?. She was buried in 1865.