1738 Info 3: Thomas Crompton of Bridlington
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Thomas Richardson CROMPTON was born in 1772 in Bridlington. He was baptised in
The Priory Church, Bridlington, on 03 December 1772.
He married Martha HYDE of Barmston on 02 December 1802 at Barmston. (Source: IGI M107092)
|As a farmer and landowner he farmed Westfield Farm (right), Nafferton, (GR TA051 587) and, bought Houndale Farm of 1000 acres, (GR TA042597 OS Landranger 107), which was later found to have been sold under false pretences and it is said he lost £10,000 on the deal; it being proved that the vendor did not legally own it.|
'.... In 18l3 and 1814 Richard[son] CROMPTON, of Beeford, took over Great Houndales with other
plots of land and a house in Nafferton. Thomas Farthing still farmed the estate meaning that
Crompton either sub-let or had purchased from Ann Paul
(Unlikely but it is difficult to distinguish between leases and freehold conveyance in the 19th century.)
Source: Cliff Horsman - Nafferton Millennium Committee
Martha HYDE - his wife
Christened in Great Driffield on 09 December 1784. By James and Sarah HYDE Married Thomas Richardson on 02 December 1802 at Barmston. (Source: IGI M107092)
IGI records shows Martha to be the mother of all these children, but the forenames of the fathers varies. However there is no doubt that these are the children of Thomas Richardson and Martha. This baptismal evidence also shows where the family was living at the time of their children's birth.
Thomas c.22dec1803 Bridlington Thomas Richardson Crompton John c. not found James c.15jan1807 Bridlington Thomas Richardson Crompton William c.02apr1808 Bridlington Thomas Richardson Crompton Richardson c.10mar1810 Beeford Richardson Crompton Elizabeth c.26may1811 Beeford Thomas Richardson Crompton Mary c.06feb1814 Beeford Richardson Crompton Richardson c.02nov1815 Nafferton Richardson Crompton Martha c.01sep1817 Nafferton Richard Crompton Jane c.25may1819 Nafferton Richardson Crompton Caleb c.17aug1821 Nafferton Richardson Crompton Amelia c.14jun1823 Nafferton d.4mar1824 Thomas Richardson Crompton Edmond c.29mar1825 Nafferton Thomas Richardson Crompton
Thomas Richardson died at Nafferton, on Good Friday 2 April 1847, aged 74, where he is buried. There is no evidence of his grave. He left a dynasty of thirteen children who spread throughout the world.
1841 Census Sun/Mon 6/7 June 1841 Source: FHL Film PRO Ref HO107 Piece 1215 Folio Page 11 Dwelling: North Street Place: Nafferton, York Name Age Occupation Richardson Crompton 65 Farmer Martha Crompton 55 Paulina Crompton 4
Martha as a widow
|Having retired Thomas Richardson and Martha moved in to their house in
North Street, Nafferton.
After Thomas Richardson's death Martha looked after her grandchildren: Polina (Paulina), the illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Luckup, who lived next door to Grandma in the 1851 census; and her grandson Caleb CROMPTON Pears, son of Jane, born 1819.
Polina and Martha later moved to Great Driffield.
Right: Middle North Street Nafferton, 2001
|It is difficult to locate the actual house. The enumerator's entries, for the1841
census of North Street, extends from the first entry of Crompton's Yard, North Street to
Nafferton Hall in the south.
The photographs illustrate typical period houses in the street.
Left: Middle North Street 2010
|Views of North Street, Nafferton 2010 which shows typical housing of 1841
Right: Upper North Street 2010
|Left: North Street at the junction of Driffield Road|
1851 Census Sun/Mon 30/31st March 1851 Source: FHL Film PRO Ref HO10 Piece 2366 Folio 340 Page 3 Enu60 Dwelling: North Street Place: Nafferton, York, England Name Rel Marr Age Sex Occ Birthplace Martha Crompton Head Wid 66 F Gt Driffield Polina Crompton Gdau 14 b. Caleb Crompton Pears GSon 6 Gt Driffield
|Right: A map of North Street, Nafferton 1854 scale 1:10 560|
Martha died in Nafferton, on 20 June 1860, where she is buried. There is no obvious gravestone.
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