The Kemp Family

Ann (Kemp, Tyzack) Hill

Baptism: 7 December 1734 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

Married (1st): Zachariah Tyzack on 4 January 1756 in St. Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Zachariah Tyzack is recorded as a mariner, of Wells-next-the-Sea. Ann Kemp is recorded as a spinster, of Wells-next-the-Sea. The marriage was performed by Robt Nunn, curate, and witnessed by Wm Kemp and John Buck.

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Married (2nd): John Hill on 29 October 1796 in St. Nicholas, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
John Hill Esq. is recorded as a widower of the parish of Gressenhall. Ann Tyzack is recorded as a widow of Wells. The marriage was performed by Samuel Horsfall, curate, and witnessed by Daniel Jones and Elizabeth Dennis Hill.
Gentleman's Magazine November 1796 p964
MARRIAGES.
Oct 22. At Wells, Norfolk, John Hill, esq. of Gressenhall, to Mrs. Tyzack, a widow lady, of Wells

Anne was the third wife of John Hill.

The gravestone of William Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp and Ann Kemp
The gravestone of William Kemp, his wife, Elizabeth and their daughter Ann (Kemp, Tyzack) Hill in St Nicholas churchyard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com
Burial: 2 August 1826, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 91.
The gravestone reads:
In Memory of
WILLIAM KEMP
who died Jan 3d 176?
aged 5? years
And ELIZABETH his Wife
who died Oct 28 ????
Aged 45 years
Also ANN the daughter ???
Relict of JOHN HILL?
Ely ???
???

Census:
1793: Bridge Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk: Widow Tyzack is one of two occupants of the house next door to her son-in-law, Edward Bottomley Sources:

Ann Jackson Kemp

Baptism: 17 October 1769 in St Michael, Aylsham, Norfolk, England

Father: Henry Kemp

Mother: Bridget (Jackson) Kemp

Death: 1847, in Docking district, Norfolk, England

Burial: 27 May 1847, in Docking, Norfolk, England, aged 78.
Ann Jackson Kemp is recorded as aged 78. Her abode is Docking.

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Elizabeth (_____) Kemp

Birth: 1700/1

Married: William Kemp

One possible candidate for this marriage is the marriage of a William Kemp and Elizabeth Vallon in Little Walsingham on 30 December 1732

Children:
The gravestone of William Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp and Ann Kemp
The gravestone of William Kemp, his wife, Elizabeth and their daughter Ann (Kemp, Tyzack) Hill in St Nicholas churchyard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com

Burial: 18 October 1746, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 45.
The gravestone reads:
In Memory of
WILLIAM KEMP
who died Jan 3d 176?
aged 5? years
And ELIZABETH his Wife
who died Oct 28 ????
Aged 45 years
Also ANN the daughter ???
Relict of JOHN HILL?
Ely ???
???

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Elizabeth Kemp

Baptism: 15 September 1733 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

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Elizabeth Kemp

Baptism: 16 January 1767 in St Michael, Aylsham, Norfolk, England

Father: Henry Kemp

Mother: Bridget (Jackson) Kemp

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Henry Kemp

Baptism: 29 September 1738 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

Married: Bridget Jackson on 8 May 1763, in St Mary, Docking, Norfolk, England
Henry Kemp is recorded as a single man, of Wells. Bridget Jackson is recorded as a single woman.

Bridget was born in 1736/7.

Children:
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Margaret Kemp

Baptism: 9 December 1742 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

Burial: 30 December 1758 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Margaret Kemp is recorded as the daughter of William and Elizabeth Kemp. She died of smallpox.

The burial register makes this entry at the end of 1758:
REMARK
In the year 1757, by a list collected from house to house , there were in the parish of Wells about 2400 persons, so that in the year 1758 a sixteenth part of the inhabitants died and of those a hundred out of 163 were taken off by the smallpox. This distemper appeared in 1757 but in so few families that only one child died of it in that year. In the spring of 1758 it began to spread a pace, but did not become general till Michaelmas Quarter. In the beginning of August inoculation was introduced and practised as long as the season would permit with such success that only Four Inoculated Patients died out of One hundred and four.

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Mary (Kemp) Cressey

Baptism: 10 March 1739/40 (OS/NS) in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

Married: Benjamin Cressey on 16 October 1760, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Benjamin Cressey is recorded as a single man, of Wells. Mary Kemp is recorded as a single woman, of Wells. The marriage was performed by J. Robinson, rector, and witnessed by M. Booty and E. Greene.

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Robert Kemp

Baptism: 24 July 1771 in St Michael, Aylsham, Norfolk, England

Father: Henry Kemp

Mother: Bridget (Jackson) Kemp

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William Kemp

Birth: 1708/9

Married: Elizabeth _____

One possible candidate for this marriage is the marriage of a William Kemp and Elizabeth Vallon in Little Walsingham on 30 December 1732

Children:
The Fleece in Wells-next-the-Sea
The Fleece in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, where William was licensee in the 1750's
photograph from norfolkpubs.co.uk
The gravestone of William Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp and Ann Kemp
The gravestone of William Kemp, his wife, Elizabeth and their daughter Ann (Kemp, Tyzack) Hill in St Nicholas churchyard, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
photograph by Peter Whitfield at gravestonephotos.com

Occupation: Innkeeper
William was licensee at the Fleece on the corner of Quay and Staithe Street in Wells from 1750 until at least 1760

Death: 1 January 1763

Burial: 3 January 1763, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 54.
William Kemp is recorded as an innkeeper.

The gravestone reads:
In Memory of
WILLIAM KEMP
who died Jan 3d 176?
aged 5? years
And ELIZABETH his Wife
who died Oct 28 ????
Aged 45 years
Also ANN the daughter ???
Relict of JOHN HILL?
Ely ???
???
Sources:

William Kemp

Baptism: 4 July 1741 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: William Kemp

Mother: Elizabeth

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William Kemp

Baptism: 23 June 1773 in St Michael, Aylsham, Norfolk, England

Father: Henry Kemp

Mother: Bridget (Jackson) Kemp

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