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Ches03 - Descendants of Jasper Howley who was born at Hurdesfield in 1667

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1. Jaspar Hooley

THIS PERSON IS A DESCENDANT OF THE ONE HOUSE FAMILY IN RAINOW, NEAR MACCLESFIELD.

CONTACT THE WEBMASTER (BY USING THE "CONTACT ME" LINK ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE HOME PAGE) FOR DETAILS OF 8 GENERATIONS BACK TO 1488.


1697 1 Apr - baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Jaspar filius Jaspari Hooley de Macc.

B 4 Docket Books (Bankrupcy records)
B 4/5 1725 June to 1727 June
Hulley Jasper refs 229, 281
1726 11 Jan - Late of Cannon Street London Warehouseman - see pic Disc 1 Photos - FH Work - TNA - Bankruptcy

1727 14 Apr - Late of East Cheap London Warehouseman - see pic Disc 1 Photos - FH Work - TNA - Bankruptcy

1727 18 Apr - London Gazette
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded against Jasper Hulley, late of Eastcheap, London,
Warehouseman, and he being declared a Bankrupt ; is hereby required to surrender himself to the
Commissioners on the 16th Instant, and on the 5th and 22d of May next, at Three in the Afternoon, at
Guildhall, London; at the second of which Sittings the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their
Debts, pay Contribution-Money, and ch...e Assignees. And all Persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or
that have any Goods or Effects of his in their Hands, are desired to give Notice thereof to Mr. John
Handley, Attorney, near the New Church, in Spittlefields, London.

1727 29 Apr - British Journal - Since our last LIST the following Persons have been declared
Bankrupt (Incl) Jasper Hulley, late of Eastcheap, Warehouseman.

1727 06 May - London Gazette - Whereas Jasper Hulley, late of Eastcheap, London, arehouseman, hath
surrendered himself (pursuant to Notice), and being twice examined; this is to give Notice, that he will
attend the Commissioners on the said Instant, at Three in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, to finish
his Examination; when and where the Creditors are come prepared to prove their Debts, pay
Contribution Money, and object, if they think fit, against the Commissioners signing his Certificate in
order for his Discharge.

1727 16 Sep - London Gazette whereas the acting Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded against
Jasper Hulley, late of East-Cheap, London, Warehouseman, have certified to the Right Honourable
Peter Lord King, Baron of Ockham, Lord High Chancellor, of Great Britain, that the said Jasper Hulley
hath in all Things conformed himself according to the Directions of the several Acts of Parliament made
concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice that his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the
said Acts direct unless Cause be shown to the contrary, on or before the 9th of October next.

Note : the above 4 entries are considered to relate to this Jasper Hulley/Hooley. The only other Jasper
Hulleys alive at this time were his father Jasper Howley ex mayor of Macclesfield, and the Jasper Hulley
of the One House, who was a practising solicitor at this time.

1741 17 Nov - buried at St Anne's church, Blackfriars, London: Jasper Hulley L.G. (Lower Ground?) 49 (ie born c 1692)


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NOTE THE ABOVE ENTRIES MAY BE LINKED TO A DIFFERENT JASPER HULLEY TO THAT SHOWN BELOW.

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1737 12 Jul - married at St Peter's church Prestbury: Jasper Hoolley & Ann Barton.

1737 30 Nov - son Samuel baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Samuel son of Jasper
Hulley of Ranow.

1738 07 Feb - Extract from "Rainow in the Olden Time" - Newspaper articles by Walter Smith in 1930s.
Harrison House - A house was built on the parcel of land conveyed to Jasper Hooley in 1731 and is
mentioned in a deed dated 1738 Feb 7, as “all that messuage, burgage, or tenement commonly called
or known as Harrison’s House situate and being at or in a certain place in Macclesfield called the
“Waters”.
This property was bequeathed by Jasper Hooley to his son, Jasper. (see Ches03-001) His two sons,
Thomas (Ches03-310) and John (Ches03-309), and his daughter Rebecca (Ches03-311), were the
executors of the will which was proved in 1743. Jasper, Jr. died and the property went to Thomas.
In 1744 Thomas Hooley gives and devises to his brother, John, the dwelling house at the Waters called
Harrison’s.
Harrison’s House in Clock Alley and this locality was called “Waters” as well as that called “Waters” at
the present Day. Clock Alley crosses the bottom of Waterloo Street and Fence Street.

1740 18 Jul - son Thomas baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Thomas son of Jasper Hulley Ranow.

1742 10 Apr - dau Susanna baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Susanna dau of Jasper Hulley Ranow.

1743 6 Apr - beneficiary to will of father Jasper Hooley who was buried at St Michaels' church Macclesfield on 4 Jul
1742.

1745 24 Feb - son Josiah baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Josiah s of Jasper Hulley ((IGI)

1745 25 Mar - dau Susannah buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Susannah dau of Jasper Hulley Hurdsfield.

1747 25 Oct - dau Esther baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Esther dau of Jasper Hooley Ranow.

1750 08 Jul - son James baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: James son of Jasper Hulley Ranow.

1752 07 Jun - dau Mary baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Mary dau of Jasper Hulley Rainow.

1755 12 Jan - son John baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: John son of Jasper Hulley Rainow (at Rainow)

1756 04 Apr - son Jasper baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Jasper son of Jasper Hooley Rainow.

1764 15 Jul - son Josiah buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Josiah Hulley Collier Rainow.

1778 30 Jan - buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Jasper Hulley Hurdsfield.


Ann Barton

1737 12 Jul - married at St Peter's church Prestbury: Jasper Hoolley & Ann Barton.

1737 30 Nov - son Samuel baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Samuel son of Jasper
Hulley of Ranow.

1740 18 Jul - son Thomas baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Thomas son of Jasper
Hulley Ranow.

1742 10 Apr - dau Susanna baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Susanna dau of Jasper
Hulley Ranow.

1745 24 Feb - son Josiah baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Josiah s of Jasper Hulley
((IGI)

1747 25 Oct - dau Esther baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Esther dau of Jasper Hooley
Ranow.

1750 08 Jul - son James baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: James son of Jasper Hulley
Ranow.

1752 07 Jun - dau Mary baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Mary dau of Jasper Hulley
Rainow.

1755 12 Jan - son John baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: John son of Jasper Hulley
Rainow (at Rainow)

1756 04 Apr - son Jasper baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Jasper son of Jasper Hooley
Rainow.

1787 20 Jan - buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Ann Hooley Widow paup. Hurdsfield.


4. Susanna Hulley

1743 10 Apr - baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Susanna Dr of Jasper Hulley of Ranow.

1745 25 Mar - buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Susannah dau of Jasper Hulley Hurdsfield.


5. Josiah Hulley

1745 24 Feb - baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Josiah son of Jasper Hulley of Hurdsfield. .

1764 15 Jul - buried at St Peter's church Prestbury: Josiah Hulley Collier Rainow.


6. Esther Hulley

1747 25 Oct - baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Esther Dr. of Jasper Hooley of Rainow.

1785 30 Mar - ?married at St Michael's church Macclesfield: William Pyatt Twister & Esther Hooley
both of Macclesfield.


William Pyatt

1785 30 Mar - ?married at St Michael's church Macclesfield: William Pyatt Twister & Esther Hooley
both of Macclesfield.


8. Mary Hulley

1752 07 Jun - baptised at St Michael's church Macclesfield: Mary dau of Jasper Hulley Rainow.

1764 - buried - source lost


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