Elizabeth CROPLEY

Name: Elizabeth CROPLEY  J0005a 
Born: 1679   
Parents: John CROPLEY of Rochester   
Died:1735 Whitechapel, St Mary, Middlesex, England
Buried: 18 Jul 1735  St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England
Spouse 1William GOMELDON
Married 13 Nov 1693
Rochester, Kent, England
(Died 1709 Sellindge, Kent, England)
Spouse 2Francis ANNESLEY
Married 20 Jul 1732
St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex, England
She married, 2ndly, Francis Annesley, as his second wife, in July 1732. 
13 Nov 1693 Elizabeth CROPLEY referenced in Marriage licence of William Gomeldon Kent View details
12 Mar 1704/5 Elizabeth CROPLEY referenced in Assignment from William Gomeldon and others to Robert Monckton and William Jessop Nottinghamshire View details
1707 Elizabeth CROPLEY referenced in Ellison v Gomeldon Boynton Manor, Kent View details
ca. 1718 Elizabeth Gomeldon's claim on her husband's estate View details
1719 Forfeited estates: 1719 Kent View details
1719 Gomeldon v Barrett, 1719 View details
ca. 1720 Bill to enable Elizabeth Gomeldon to enter her claim Kent View details
14 Jan 1719/20 Petition of Elizabeth Gomeldon, widow London View details
1722 Gomeldon v Marsh, 1722 View details
1724 Gomeldon v Sawyer, 1724 London View details
1724 Gomeldon v Stanley, 1724 Kent View details
1729 Gomeldon v Smith, 1729 View details
1730 Gomeldon v Stanley, 1730 View details
20 Jul 1732 Marriage of Elizabeth GUMBLETON and Frances ANNESLY Esq St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex, England Marriage index
18 Jul 1735 Burial of Elizabeth GUMBLETON St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England Burials index#265

Disclaimer: the owner of this website assumes no responsibility or liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred as a result of any use or reliance upon the information and material contained within or downloaded from this website. I have taken considerable care in preparing information and materials which are displayed in this website. However, I do not provide any warranty concerning the accuracy or completeness of any information contained herein.