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PETER N. JONES, LORD OF HOLDINGHAM

Cuttress Family Tree

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CUTTRESS AND SUSANNAH BALDY/BALDEY
 
 
Generation 1.
 
JOHN CUTTRESS b. circa 1722 m. SUSANNAH BALDY/BALDEY 4 Aug. 1746 Edburton, Sussex b. circa 1722.
 
 
Generation 2.
 
Children of JOHN CUTTRESS and SUSANNAH BALDY/BALDEY
 
CHARLES CUTRESS c. 29 Nov. 1746 Edburton, Sussex m. ELIZABETH GROVER dau. of JOHN GROVER and SARAH ? 27 Apr. 1773 Lancing, Sussex b. 24 Jan. 1752 c. 18 Feb. 1752 St. Thomas-In-The-Cliffs, Lewes, Sussex.
 
JOHN CUTRESS c. 20 Feb. 1748 Edburton, Sussex.
 
GEORGE CUTTRESS c. 4 Mar. 1750 Edburton, Sussex m. ELIZABETH ? circa 1775 b. circa 1750.
 
BARBARA CUTTRESS c. 21 Jan. 1753 Edburton, Sussex m. HENRY CARVER 29 Jun. 1777 Edburton, Sussex b. circa 1753.
 
SUSANNAH CUTTRESS c. 2 Mar. 1755 Edburton, Sussex.
 
 
Generation 3.
 
Children of GEORGE CUTTRESS and ELIZABETH ?
 
SUSANNAH CUTTRESS c. 12 Jul. 1778 Edburton, Sussex m. JAMES STEVENS 12 Aug. 1799 Edburton, Sussex.
 
Their eldest child FRANCES ANN STEVENS b. 1799  Fulking, Sussex d. 24 Nov. 1882 Fulking, Sussex m. JOHN BLAKER 15 May 1830 b. 12 Nov. 1800 Brighton, Sussex a coachmaker and headborough which is a parish officer (an officer for the church) having the same functions as a petty police constable d. 15 Aug. 1856 Brighton, Sussex.  They had 5 children the eldest JOHN GEORGE BLAKER b. 1833 m. MARGARET COCKS and had 11 children including JOHN GEORGE BLAKER who was born on 15 October 1854 and married ELIZA COWELL daughter of SAMUEL COWELL on 16 September 1890.  JOHN GEORGE BLAKER was my 3rd cousin once removed and the great-grandson of SUSANNAH STEVENS nee CUTTRESS and JAMES STEVENS who were also my 3xgreat-aunt and uncle.  John and Eliza had four (4) children Jessie born 29 May 1891, twin daughters Louise Dagmar and Victoria Mary born 21 April 1896.  Louise died in 1902 and Victoria in 1899.  Their son Reginald was born 27 April 1900 and died 3 January 1975.  John George Blaker presented a gift of 'Blakers Park' to the town of Brighton in 1893 which was dedicated the following year.  His later gift of a clock tower for the park was dedicated in 1896.
John was chairman of the Brighton Works Committee and was Mayor of Brighton between 1895 and 1898.  His brother Frederick Blaker and uncle Richard Major also served as Mayor of Brighton.
In 1897 Queen Victoria conferred the honour of a Knighthood as a Knight Bachelor upon him and in 1918 Sir John was invested as an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.)
In 1919 Sir John George Blaker was created 1st Baronet Blaker of Brighton Co. Sussex, he also held the office of Justice of the Peace for Sussex.
Sir John George Blaker Bt. O.B.E. J.P. died on 11 June 1926.
 
 
GEORGE CUTTRESS c. 26 Mar. 1780 Edburton, Sussex.
 
JOHN CUTTRESS c. 24 Feb. 1782 Edburton, Sussex.
 
ANNE CUTTRESS c. 12 Nov. 1783 Edburton, Sussex m. JAMES STRIVENS 20 Apr. 1804 Edburton, Sussex.
 
PHILIP CUTRESS b. circa 1785 d. circa Mar. 1853.
 
MARY CUTTRESS c. 1788 Edburton, Sussex.
 
WILLIAM CUTTRESS c. 27 Mar. 1790 Edburton, Sussex d. 23 Apr. 1790 Edburton, Sussex.
 
WILLIAM CUTTRESS c. 24 Apr. 1791 Edburton, Sussex.
 
JANE CUTTRESS c. 8 Mar. 1795 Edburton, Sussex.
 
JAMES CUTTRESS c. 6 Nov 1796 Edburton, Sussex d. 21 Jun. 1873 Edburton, Sussex m. MARY BROWN 14 May, 1827 Pyecombe, Sussex b. circa 1797 in ? Sussex d. 25 Apr. 1846 Edburton, Sussex.
 
ELIZABETH CUTTRESS c. 15 Dec. 1799 Edburton, Sussex.
 
 
Generation 4.
 
Children of JAMES CUTTRESS and MARY BROWN.
 
ANN SEPTIMA CUTTRESS b. Dec. 1838 Fulking, Sussex d. circa 1925 Cuckfield, Sussex  m. BENJAMIN JESSE BALDEY 6 Feb. 1858 Edburton, Sussex b. 14 Aug. 1831 Falmer, Sussex d. 1915 Fulking, Sussex.
 
Ann Septima Cuttress appears to have been a twin, the other child died at birth as shown in the Register of Births.
 
BARBARA CUTTRESS b. circa Mar. 1841 Fulking, Sussex m. JOHN PAYNE circa Mar. 1864 Edburton, Sussex b. 1840 Edburton, Sussex.
 
 
Generation 5.
 
Children of BENJAMIN JESSE BALDEY and ANN SEPTIMA CUTTRESS.
 
CAROLINE BALDEY b. circa Jun. 1858 Lewes, Sussex d. circa Jun. 1858, Lewes, Sussex.
 
SARAH A. BALDEY b. circa 1859 Lewes, Sussex.
 
ELLEN CAROLINE b. circa Jun. 1859 Lewes, Sussex.
 
SARAH ANN BALDEY b. circa Dec. 1863 Lewes, Sussex.
 
BENJAMIN BALDEY b. 1864 Fulking, Sussex d. 29 Nov. 1950 bur. Edburton, Sussex m. MARY STEVENS circa Mar. 1894 Edburton, Sussex b. circa 1872 d. 31 Jan. 1952 bur. Edburton, Sussex.
 
CAROLINE BALDEY b. circa 1865.
 
GEORGE BALDEY b. circa 1868.
 
CHARLES BALDEY b. circa 1869 m. RHODA -
 
ANNIE BALDEY b. circa 1874.
 
PERCY BALDEY b. circa 1876.
 
BEATRICE BALDEY b. 24 Nov. 1877 Fulking, Sussex d. 19 Dec. 1957 Brighton, Sussex m. CHARLES ALFRED WEST 5 Dec. 1897 Brighton, Sussex b. 6 Nov. 1870 Brighton, Sussex d. 22 Aug. 1955 Brighton, Sussex.
 
KATE BALDEY b. circa Jun. 1880 m. - STEEL.
 
 
Generation 6.
 
Children of CHARLES ALFRED WEST and BEATRICE BALDEY
 
CLARA ELEANOR WEST b. 21 Jan. 1898 Brighton, Sussex, d. Jan. 1983 m. GUSTAV EMIL LARSSON (JOHN) 14 Aug. 1919 Brighton, Sussex, b. 26 Dec. 1892 near Goteborg, Sweden d. Jul. 1963 Brighton, Sussex.
 
CHARLES PERCY WEST b. 6 Nov. 1899? Brighton, Sussex, d. 31 Oct. 1979 Kingsteignton, Devon, m. (1) KATEY/KATE ? Brighton, Sussex, d. 7 Jul. 1955 m. (2) GWEN ? b. Birmingham district, Warwickshire.
 
HARRY LIONEL WEST b. 11 Dec. 1900 Brighton, Sussex, d. 15 Mar. 1979 Bristol Avonmouth m. NELLIE CAROLINE PAGE 11 Jun. 1938 Prestonville, Brighton, Sussex b. 29 Oct. 1904 Shoreham, Sussex d. 26 Jun. 1971 Bristol Avonmouth.
 
ALFRED WEST d. childhood measles.
 
BEATRICE ROSE WEST b. 16 Mar. 1905 Brighton, Sussex, d. 24 Dec. 1986 Brighton, Sussex.
 
JACK STANLEY WEST b. Brighton, Sussex, m. RITA?
 
MILLICENT MAY WEST b. 23 Sep. 1910 Brighton, Sussex, d. 22 Dec. 1978 Patcham, Sussex, m. THOMAS JOHN JONES 4 Oct. 1939 Eastbourne, Sussex, b. 29 Sep. 1912 Bootle, Liverpool, Lancashire, d. 20 Feb. 1988 Cuckfield, Sussex.
 
OLIVE DORIS WEST b. 6 Nov. 1915 Brighton, Sussex, d. 16 Dec. 2003 Grantham, Lincolnshire, m. RONALD STANLEY MALTBY BROOKS, 7 Jan. 1939 Brighton, Sussex b. 18 Jan. 1911 Hove, Sussex d. 8 Aug. 1996 Hove, Sussex.
 
KATHLEEN WEST b. 19 Dec. 1919 Brighton, Sussex, d. 19 Dec. 1996 Brighton, Sussex, m. JOSEPH ROBERT SAYERS 19 Jun. 1947 Brighton, Sussex b. 17 Sep. 1913 Brighton, Sussex, d. 1 Aug. 2010 Worthing, Sussex.
 
ROY ALFRED WEST b. 22 Jul. 1922 Brighton, Sussex, d. 5 Jul. 1984 Brighton, Sussex, m. MADGE HOOK 23 Jul. 1955 Hove, Sussex b. 1 Mar. 1931 Haywards Heath, Sussex.
 
 
Generation 7.
 
Children of MILLICENT MAY WEST and THOMAS JOHN JONES.
 
PETER NORMAN JONES b. 16 Nov. 1940 Brighton, Sussex, m. MARGARET MARY JUNOR 13 Apr. 1968 Clayton, Victoria, Australia b. 3 Mar. 1942 Thornbury, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
 
MARGARET ANNE JONES b. 2 Jul. 1944 Brighton, Sussex, m. NORMAN MORLEY, Patcham, Sussex.
 
TREVOR JOHN JONES b. 18 Mar. 1950 Brighton, Sussex, m. DOREEN JOAN FORDHAM b. 30 Oct. 1946 m. 27 Oct. 1973 Patcham, Sussex.
 
 
Generation 8.
 
Child of PETER NORMAN JONES and MARGARET MARY JUNOR
 
GLEN PETER JONES b. 14 Jul. 1971 Werribee, Victoria, Australia m. TRUDI MARIE LAWFORD 25 Jan. 1997 Casterton, Victoria, Australia b. 25 Oct. 1976 Casterton, Victoria, Australia.
 
 
Generation 9.
 
Children of GLEN PETER JONES and TRUDI MARIE LAWFORD
 
BRANDON ALAN JONES b. 18 Jun. 2000 Millicent, South Australia, Australia.
 
MASON ALEXANDER JONES b. 29 Jul. 2008 Millicent, South Australia, Australia.
 
 
 
HENFIELD.
 
The village of Henfield in West Sussex with a population of under 5,000 lies approximately half way between the City of Brighton and Hove and Horsham.  As well as Henfield's 13th century St. Peter's Church the village has several old Inns and farms.
 
'BLUNDENS'.
 
'Blundens' is an old farm which lies at the end of Stonepit Lane close to 'Amy's Cottage' and 'Lashmars Hall' in the village of Henfield. 
In 1871 William Cutress and his family were living at 'Blundens' and in 1881 one of his younger brothers, John Cutress, was the farmer of the property whilst William Cutress farmed 'Lancasters'.
William and John Cutress were cousins of Ann Septima Cuttress who married Benjamin Jesse Baldey in Edburton in 1858.  He was born in Falmer and they lived in 'Septima Cottage' in Fulking.

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'BLUNDENS'   
 
Photo courtesy of Will Fly at 'Henfield in photos old and new'.

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SIR JOHN GEORGE BLAKER CIRCA 1896.

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SIR JOHN GEORGE BLAKER AND FAMILY.

Henry Weigall painted this 160cm x 130cm oil painting on canvas of Sir John and Lady Eliza Blaker with their eldest child Jessie circa 1900.

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'THE ROMANS'
79 Stanford Avenue, Preston, Brighton, Sussex the family residence of John George Blaker Mayor of Brighton between 1895 and 1898.
Photo taken circa 1896 in the March edition of "Views & Reviews".
Courtesy of Josie Campbell.

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THE ARMORIAL BEARINGS OF SIR JOHN GEORGE BLAKER Bt, O.B.E.
 
BLAZON - ARMS: Ermine three chevronelles, in chief two towers sable.
CREST: A horse's head sable, charged with three chevronelles argent.

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BLAKER'S PARK CLOCK TOWER.
 
The clock tower in Blaker's Park, Brighton, Sussex which was presented to the town by Sir John George Blaker and dedicated in 1896 received major refurbishment to the cast iron casing together with the mechanism in the summer of 2001.
Photo courtesy of Frost Bros. Jewellers of Worthing, Sussex.

www.frostbros.com

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 BARONET'S BADGE.
 
In 1929 a badge was introduced for Baronets of the United Kingdom which consists of the red hand of Ulster on a white background and surmounted by an Imperial Crown, all of which are surrounded by an oval border of roses, thistles and shamrocks.
The neck jewel is worn on an orange - tawny ribbon with narrow dark blue edges.
 
Photo courtesy of Dixon Medals, Bridlington, East Yorkshire.