William Aldous
(1522/1525-1583)
Margaret Noyes
(1540-1605)
James Aldous
(1538-1615)
Anne Godbold
(Cir 1539-1595)
Stephen the Third Aldous
(1578-1627)
Margaret Aldous
(1576-1614)
Stephen the Second Aldous
(1607-1637)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Anne Milles

Stephen the Second Aldous

  • Born: 1607, Fressingfield, Suffolk England
  • Christened: 25 Jun 1607, Fressingfield, Suffolk England
  • Marriage (1): Anne Milles on 5 Mar 1636 in Metfield, Suffolk England
  • Died: 1637, Fressingfield, Suffolk England at age 30
  • BuriedMale: 24 Apr 1637, Fressingfield, Suffolk England

  Noted events in his life were:

fact. Stephen Aldous of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, was almost twenty-nine years old in 1636 when he married Anne Milles. Their first child, a son they named Stephen, turned out to also be their only child, when two m nths after he was born the new father passed away. His death must have saddened many in Fressingfield, because his burial entry has the notation "married a year" after it, where most entries of that period just have the name and date. He evidently expected to be called from this earthly life, probably as the result of a serious illness or accident. Whatever the reason was, he wrote a will on the tenth of April 1637, less than two weeks before his death. He got someone else to write it down, but he signed it, and the signature looks as though made by an unsteady hand. As was customary in wills, he first bequeathed his "soule into the hands of Al lmighty god my creator & Savior & my body to the earth from whenc it cam ," and then touched upon "my temporall goods, cat- tell, chattells, Tenemts, lands houshold stuffe & utensills of hous- hold whatsoevr." He gave to his wife Anne "my Tenemt wherin I now dwell," all his land, also all his "goods cattell & chattells." Anne was to have them as long as she lived, "upon Condicon that she the said Anne my wife shall maynteyne & kepe and godly educate Steven Aldous my sonne in good & sufficiet mannr, untill he shall come unto his age of Foure and Twenty yeares." After that s he was to "pay . . . unto him the said Steven . . . the yearly . . . sume of Five poundes . . . all the residue of years . . . of ye naturall life of hir the said Anne my wife." After her decease the lands and goods were to become Stephen's. We learn from the Manor Court Rolls of the Manor of Chevenhall alias Chepenhall that the name of at least part of Stephen's property, and maybe all of it, was Babilons alias Bourneys alias Peasley, property which had belonged to his ancestors for generations. Stephen was buried at Fressingfield on the twenty-fourth of April in 1637. Widow Anne eventually married again, and later became a widow the second time. As the widow Daines she is recorded in the Manor Court Rolls as dying just previous to 17 March 1697, at which time her son Stephen was admitted tenant of the property left to her by her husband Stephen Aldous many years before. The same Court Rolls state that he had received the premises in October of 1628 after the death of his father, also Stephen. From documents held by Tim Farr

source. Copyhold tenant of messuages called Bourneys, Peaslye and Hushaw Green & James Feavearyear @ genes
& Bernice Field @ genes who writes:
Burial: 24/04/1637; Fressingfield. From records in the posession of Tim Farr. Stephen Aldous of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, was almost twenty-nine years old in 1636 when he married Anne Milles. Their first child, a son they named Stephen, turned out to also be their only child, when two months after he was born the new father passed away. His death must have saddened many in Fressingfield, because his burial entry has the notation "married a year" after it, where most entries of that period just have the name and date. He evidently expected to be called from this earthly life, probably as the result of a serious illness or accident. Whatever the reason was, he wrote a will on the tenth of April 1637, less than two weeks before his death. He got someone else to write it down, but he signed it, and the signature looks as though made by an unsteady hand. As was customary in wills, he first bequeathed his "soule into the hands of Allmighty god my creator & Savior & my body to the earth from whenc it cam," and then touched upon "my temporall goods, cat- tell, chattells, Tenemts, lands houshold stuffe & utensills of hous- hold whatsoevr." He gave to his wife Anne "my Tenemt wherin I now dwell," all his land, also all his "goods cattell & chattells." Anne was to have them as long as she lived, "upon Condicon that she the said Anne my wife shall maynteyne & kepe and godly educate Steven Aldous my sonne in good & sufficiet mannr, untill he shall come unto his age of Foure and Twenty yeares." After that she was to "pay . . . unto him the said Steven . . . the yearly . . . sume of Five poundes . . . all the residue of years . . . of ye naturall life of hir the said Anne my wife." After her decease the lands and goods were to become Stephen's. We learn from the Manor Court Rolls of the Manor of Chevenhall alias Chepenhall that the name of at least part of Stephen's property, and maybe all of it, was Babilons alias Bourneys alias Peasley, property which had belonged to his ancestors for generations. Stephen was buried at Fressingfield on the twenty-fourth of April in 1637. Widow Anne eventually married again, and later became a widow the second time. As the widow Daines she is recorded in the Manor Court Rolls as dying just previous to 17 March 1697, at which time her son Stephen was admitted tenant of the property left to her by her husband Stephen Aldous many years before. The same Court Rolls state that he had received the premises in October of 1628 after the death of his father, also Stephen.

connection. Paul Beard 's link to Amelia Aldous (1818) & then on to Robert who is his 10th cousin one times removed is as follows:

Paul Beard (1952)
His father was James Beard (1920) who married Joyce Stoner (1924)
Her father was Harry Stoner (1894)
His father was George Friend Stoner (1854)
His father was George Stoner (1822) & he also had Louisa Stoner (c1857) who married Joseph Hampton (c1854)
His father was Isaac Hampton (1824) who married Charlotte Gilham (c1832)
Her father as William Gilham (c1776) & he also had Rebecca Gilham (c1825) who married James Hampton (1824)
They had Charlotte Hampton (1859) who married George Sanders (1849)
His father was William Sanders (c1817) who married Harriet Aldous (1791)
Her father was James Aldous (1755)
His father was Richard Aldous (c1731)
His father was Richard Aldous (c1705)
His father was William Aldous (1645)
His father was William Aldous (1610)
His father was Stephen the Third Aldous & he also had Stephen the Second Aldous (1607)
He had Stephen Aldous (1636)
He had John Aldous (1681)
He had William Aldous (1710)
He had William Aldous (1749)
He had Zephaniah Aldous (1778)
He had Amelia Aldous (1818) who married James Peck
They had Charlotte Peck (1843)
She had Annie Florence Dawes (1873) who married Arthur Augustus Bray
They had Albert Alan Bray (1896)
He had Robert Alfred Bray (1920)
He had Robert Arthur Bray (1947) who married me - Robyn Bray (nee Davies) (1950)

note:. http://www.aldous.net/family_tree/grpf0029.htm notes:
From records in the posession of Tim Farr.
Stephen Aldous of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, was almost twenty-nine years old in 1636 when he married Anne Milles. Their first child, a son they named Stephen, turned out to also be their only child, when two months after he was born the new father passed away. His death must have saddened many in Fressingfield, because his burial entry has the notation "married a year" after it, where most entries of that period just have the name and date. He evidently expected to be called from this earthly life, probably as the result of a serious illness or accident. Whatever the reason was, he wrote a will on the tenth of April 1637, less than two weeks before his death. He got someone else to write it down, but he signed it, and the signature looks as though made by an unsteady hand. As was customary in wills, he first bequeathed his "soule into the hands of Allmighty god my creator & Savior & my body to the earth from whenc it cam," and then touched upon "my temporall goods, cat- tell, chattells, Tenemts, lands houshold stuffe & utensills of hous- hold whatsoevr." He gave to his wife Anne "my Tenemt wherin I now dwell," all his land, also all his "goods cattell & chattells." Anne was to have them as long as she lived, "upon Condicon that she the said Anne my wife shall maynteyne & kepe and godly educate Steven Aldous my sonne in good & sufficiet mannr, untill he shall come unto his age of Foure and Twenty yeares." After that she was to "pay . . . unto him the said Steven . . . the yearly . . . sume of Five poundes . . . all the residue of years . . . of ye naturall life of hir the said Anne my wife." After her decease the lands and goods were to become Stephen's. We learn from the Manor Court Rolls of the Manor of Chevenhall alias Chepenhall that the name of at least part of Stephen's property, and maybe all of it, was Babilons alias Bourneys alias Peasley, property which had belonged to his ancestors for generations. Stephen was buried at Fressingfield on the twenty-fourth of April in 1637. Widow Anne eventually married again, and later became a widow the second time. As the widow Daines she is recorded in the Manor Court Rolls as dying just previous to 17 March 1697, at which time her son Stephen was admitted tenant of the property left to her by her husband Stephen Aldous many years before. The same Court Rolls state that he had received the premises in October of 1628 after the death of his father, also Stephen.


Stephen married Anne Milles on 5 Mar 1636 in Metfield, Suffolk England. (Anne Milles was born in 1611 in Metfield, Suffolk England and died in 1697.)


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