David Pateman and Mary Moule

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Parents        Samuel Pateman and Mary Ann Travis                  Richard Moule and Ann Jacklin

David Pateman (b 1804 Guilden Morden, m Mary Moule 1828 Arrington Cambridgeshire, d 1886 Arrington)
Mary Moule (b 1806 Arrington, d 1883 Arrington)
    Emma Pateman (b 1827 Arrington, m  George Briant 1851 Ashwell, d 1910 Ballarat)
          Louisa Jane Briant (b 1861 Ballarat, m Edwin Farr 1884 Presb Manse Ballarat, d 1945 Northcote)
                Winifred Emma Farr (b 1890 Northcote, m Norman Thompson 1918 , d 1994 Preston)
    David Pateman (b 1830 Arrington, m Ann Ellis 1850 Ashwell, d 1854 Ballarat)
    Jane Pateman (b 1832 Arrington, d Arrington 1844)
    James Pateman (b 1835 Arrington, d 1859 Arrington)
    Jesse Pateman (b 1837 Arrington, d 1847 Arrington)
    Abraham Pateman (b 1840, d 1858 Arrington, in a horse fall)
    Mary Ann Pateman (b 1845 Arrington, m Arthur Thomas Charter 1869 Caxton, d 1909 Bourn Cambridgeshire)

Arrington is about 5 miles from Ashwell

1841 Census

Arrington, all born in the county                                                      
David PATEMAN       35        Carpenter     (abt 1805)
Mary PATEMAN         30    (abt 1810)
Emma PATEMAN      11    (abt 1829)
David PATEMAN       10    (abt 1830)
Jane PATEMAN           8    (abt 1832)
James PATEMAN       6    (abt 1834)
Jesse PATEMAN      4    (abt 1836)
Abraham PATEMAN   1    (abt 1839)

There is a Jane Pateman buried in Arrington 16 Dec 1844 that is probably her

1851 Census

The family has scattered
(a) In Arrington still                                                  
David PATEMAN       46        Carpenter     Morden (abt 1804)
Mary PATEMAN        45   Arrington (abt 1805)
James PATEMAN      16 Arrington  (abt 1834)
Abram PATEMAN     11    (abt 1839)
Mary Ann PATEMAN    6   Arrington (abt 1845)
(b) In High St Ashwell
Emma is working as a house servant to Abraham Hail (54) farmer of  200 acres and employer of 9 labourers, and his wife Jane(aged 73)
(c) Unaccounted for
David junior. David has married Ann Eliis, and I can't find her either

1861 Census

Parish of Arrington, CAM     Road :    North Head                                                         
David PATEMAN     Head  Mar  55   Carpenter  Steeple Mordenl, CAM, (abt 1805)
Mary PATEMAN      Wife   Mar  53                    Arrington (abt 1807)
Mary PATEMAN      Dau            16                     Arrington (abt 1845)

1871 Census

Parish of Arrington,                                                      
David PATEMAN                   Head           Mar                66        Carpenter                   Steeple Mordenl,
Mary PATEMAN                    Wife            Mar                54                                          Arrington

1881 Census

Parish of Arrington, Old North Road                                                         
 David PATEMAN    Head   Mar   76    Carpenter  Morden CAM, (abt 1805)
 Mary PATEMAN     Wife    Mar   74                     Arrington (abt 1807)
This seems to be the same house as 1851, as they are still next to the Mill House


The extensime Pateman genealogy here comes from my family (Merrill and Glenis), Jeffrey Orford-Perkins, and the Latter Day Saints site FamilySearch

Research Notes

Genes Reunited checked for Mary and David
Useful link - the Cambridgeshire Family History Society  http://www.cfhs.org.uk/
Ann Ellis remarried to Joseph Pateman in Australia in 1865 (Gwen Smalley's book) but there is no record of this marriage I can find
1841 Census Pateman David
1851 Census David Pateman
1851 Census Emma Pateman
1851 Census Jane Pateman
1861 Census Pateman David
1871 Census David Pateman
1871 Census Mary Ann Charter (nee Pateman)
1881 Census David Pateman
1881 Census Mary Ann Charter
1883 Death Mary Pateman
1886 Death David Pateman
1901 Census Mary Ann Charter

David Pateman - Emma's Brother - History by Gwen Smalley

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