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John AdeyAge: 7416601734

Name
John Adey
Surname
Adey
Given names
John
Birth about 1660 20

Birth of a son
#1
John Adey
1686 (Age 26)
Birth of a son
#2
Richard Adey
1687 (Age 27)

Birth of a son
#3
Samuel Adey
1691 (Age 31)

Death of a fatherJohn Adey
after 1697 (Age 37)

Marriage of a childJohn AdeyJudith KingView family
26 December 1710 (Age 50)
Marriage of a childRichard AdeyAnn JenningsView family
11 November 1728 (Age 68)
Death of a sonSamuel Adey
1734 (on the date of death)

Death about 1734 (Age 74)

Note
A John Ady married Mary Weaver on 29th November 1700 in Dursley and a John Ady (rugger) married Margary Cartar on 29th august 1683 in Uley. According to family records in 1713 John was an overseer for Stroud End tithing and held an estate called Winns which may have been near Washbrook in 1713. In "A Cotteswold Manor being the History of Painswick", Welbore St. Clair Baddeley says that John sold Byfield House and other property in Bisley Street to Hester Knight in 1728 and that he (or possibly his father) rebuilt Herrings Farm, henceforth known as Adeys Farm (even to c 1800) which was sold to Charles Hyett, a Gloucester solicitor of Painswick in 1736 and from a non conformist family. Charles Hyett pulled down the farm and built the central portion of Painswick House, though older buildings remain on the north. In 1856 William Henry Hyett purchase another part of Ifold Farm but probably the Adey's had left Ifold by then. Later the Hyett family built the Rococo gardens on land adjoining Painswick House.


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