Family:Thomas Chatt and Elizabeth Carr (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2] 29 May 1790 Hexhamshire, Northumberland, England
Residence[4] 1791 Whitley Chapel, Northumberland, EnglandPeacock House
Residence[3] 1793 Allenheads, Northumberland, EnglandSiptonshield
Residence[3] 1797 Allenheads, Northumberland, EnglandTedham
Residence[3] 1811 Allenheads, Northumberland, EnglandHighlea
bef 1861
  1. FHL 991801, in FamilySearch. England Marriages, 1538-1973. (Online: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.), Secondary quality.

    Thomas Chatt and Elizabeth Carr, married 29 May 1790, Hexham, Northumberland.

  2. Church of England. Parish Church of Hexham. Parish registers of Hexham, 1579-1940. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977, 2000), Vol 6, Primary quality.

    "Thos Chatt & Eliz Carr both of this parish were married in this church by banns this twenty-ninth day of May in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety by me Geo Busby minister. This marriage was solemnized by {Thos Chatt} {Eliz Carr's mark X} in the presence of {Thos Johnson} {Thos Carr}" (FHL film# 991801)

    Marriage record in the Hexham parish register
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Church of England. Parish Church of Allendale (Northumberland). Parish registers of Allendale, Northumberland, 1662-1959. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1959, 2000), Primary quality.

    All of their children except the first are baptised at St Peter's Chapel in the parish of Allendale. The baptism records give a variety of information over the years. The 1793 and 1797 baptisms name both parents, the father's occupation, and their residence. The 1800, 1803, and 1805 baptism records give a wonderfully rich account with parents and grandparents including all maiden names. The 1808 and 1811 baptisms fall back to just giving the parents' names, but do include the mother's maiden name.

    1793 baptism of son John 1797 baptism of son Joseph 1800 baptism of daughter Molly 1803 baptism of daughter Hannah 1805 baptism of daughter Peggy 1808 baptism of daughter Nancy 1811 baptism of daughter Elizabeth
  4. See 1791 christening notes for son George, which has them residing at Peacock House. Elizabeth Carr's father resided at Peacock House according to baptism records of 4 of his children between 1766 and 1774, including Elizabeth in 1771. A William Chatt who baptised a daughter Elizabeth in 1790 was also listed as living at Peacock House. Per an Ordnance Survey map of 1865, Peacock House was about 1.5 miles south of the Whitley Church, and 0.4 miles NE of White Hall Farm.