George Chattin
(Abt 1750-1823)
Catherine Pratt
(Abt 1750-1832)
James Chatton


Family Links

1. Elizabeth Vincent

2. Hannah Lambert

James Chatton

  • Born: 10 Apr 1781, Benhall, Suffolk
  • Marriage (1): Elizabeth Vincent on 20 Apr 1802 in Benhall, Suffolk
  • Marriage (2): Hannah Lambert on 26 May 1839 in Shoreditch, St Leonards, London
  • Died: 1862, Sweffling, Suffolk aged 81
  • BuriedMale: 3 Mar 1862, Sweffling, Suffolk

bullet  General Notes:

baptism 15 Apr 1781 James son George & Catharine Chattin Benhall, St Mary

Marriage James Chattin
Marriage date 20 Apr 1802
Marriage place Benhall
Spouse's first name(s) Elizabeth
Spouse's last name Vincent
Record set Suffolk Marriage Index
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Parish Marriages

Linked with Vincent & Lambert surnames

Marriage: James Chatten widower
father Geo Chatten Decd
Marriage Date: 26 May 1839
Marriage Place: St Leonard, Shoreditch, Hackney
Spouse: Hannah Vincent widow
Father Robert Lambert Decd
Register Type: Parish Register

James Chatten full age widower labourer Holywell ? Lane father George Chatten (deceased) labourer
Hannah Vincent full age widow servant Holywell ? Lane father Robert Lambert (deceased) labourer
witness Thomas White & Elizabeth Shepard

1841 census With an Eliza Lambert
James Chatten age 55 not born Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex, occ lab
Eliza Lambert age 60 not born Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex
L Lammas age 30 Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex
Sarah Lammas age 30 Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex
Ellen Lammas age 4 Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex
Sarah Lammas age 2 Middlesex St Anne Limehouse Middlesex
1841 census ho107 701 / 6: ED 11 30 7

1851 census in Leyton, Essex
James Chatten age 68 Swiffing, Suffolk Head Leyton Essex, occ shoe maker
Hannah Chatten age 69 Swiffing, Suffolk wife Leyton Essex
Charles Harris age 22 Falmouth, Somerset visitor Leyton Essex, occ tailor
1851 census ho107 1769 187 47

guess this is Swefling, which is located about 1mile from Rendham and three miles from Benhall

but with wife Hannah age 69 also born Swefling

The James above is the only James Chatt*n found on the 1851 census born 1785 plus / minus 10 years born in Suffolk

therefore think this is his 1861 census entry
Samuel Cone age 53 Stratford, Suffolk Head Ufford Suffolk occ general shopkeeper
Hannah Cone age 54 Sweffling, Suffolk wife Ufford Suffolk
James Chatten age 80 Benhall, Suffolk Father-in-law Ufford Suffolk, widower
Elizabeth Gooch age 14 Sweffling, Suffolk Servant Ufford Suffolk
1861 census rg9 1171 49 5

This means Hannah is his daughter and born abt 1807 in Sweffling.
It also gives him an alternative birthplace as he is shown born Benhall.

Elizabeth Gooch is probably his grand daughter by daughter Kezia's marriage to George Gooch.
Elizabeth Gooch age 4 born Sweffling is shown with parents George & Kezia on the 1851 census

He is shown as widower which might relate to
burial Hannah Chatton , 24 Jan 1860 , age 74, Sweffling St Mary , Suffolk

To confirm Hannah Cone as shown on the 1861 census was born Hannah Chatten

marriages 1830
Samuel Cone of Stratford married Hannah Chatten at Sternfield on 22Jan1830

Sternfield is about 1mile from Benhall and 3 miles from Sweffling

deaths Mar qtr 1862 Chatton James Woodbridge 4a 408

burial in 1862
James Chatton , 3 Mar 1862 , age 82 , Sweffling St Mary , Suffolk


bullet  Documentary notes:

1. Death, 23 Feb 1862, Ufford, Suffolk. ----------click picture to the right to view


James married Elizabeth Vincent on 20 Apr 1802 in Benhall, Suffolk. (Elizabeth Vincent was born circa 1780, died in 1837 in Sweffling, Suffolk and was buried on 18 Mar 1837 in Sweffling, Suffolk.)


James next married Hannah Lambert, daughter of Robert Lambert? and Unknown, on 26 May 1839 in Shoreditch, St Leonards, London. (Hannah Lambert was born about 1786 and died in 1860 in Sweffling, Suffolk.)

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