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|Richard and Hannah are resident at North Heath
Farm, Horsham in the 1841 and 1851 censuses.
All that remains today is the lodge at the entrance to the farm, surrounded by a modern housing estate.
Hannah's will indicates that they subsequently moved to Killwood (Kilnwood?) Farm in Lower Beeding. The couple appear to have been childless, with Hannah leaving the bulk of the estate to her nephews.
|The lodge at the entrance to North Heath Farm in 1999||The lodge pictured in the 1930's||Kilnwood Lower Beeding|
|St Mary Magdalen Rusper||A memorial to Richard and Hannah, the broken mound of bricks between the head and footstone suggest it was originally quite elaborate||Just behind are the stones for nephews Thomas and John|
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||bap. 11 Feb 1784 Horsham||m. 12 May 1810 Horsham||d. 27 Oct 1857 Rusper|
|Hannah Edgington||bap. 3 Apr 1791 Rusper||d. 24
Feb 1865 Rusper
|James 1742||James 1708||Thomas 1671||John 1634||John 1596||William 1555||Thomas 15?|
Marriage Licence -Chichester Diocese 12 May 1810
Richard Walder of Horsham (4 weeks) farmer,b, aged 26 and Hannah Edgington of the same (4 weeks) ,a minor, ( consent her mo. Sarah Summerfield of the same wid ) ss the sd RW and Thomas Noakes Vinall of the same , shopkeeper (Horsham)
|1810 Marriage -St Mary Horsham||W79|
|Richard Walder of this Parish a Batchelor and Hannah Edgington of
the same a minor were married in this Church by Licence with consent of
Parents this fifteenth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred
|Witnesses||Thomas Rose and Elizabeth Worsfold|
MI -St Mary Magdalene Rusper
In memory of Richard Walder who died on the 27th October 1857 aged 73 years.
Also of Hannah Walder wife of the above who died February 24th 1865 aged 73 years
|1841 Census -Horsham||184146|
|North Heath Farm||Richard Walder||57||Farmer||Same County|
|Hannah Walder||50||Same County|
|George Boutchen||25||Ag Lab||Same County|
|Jane Colebrook||21||F.S.||Same County|
|John Walder||19||Ag Lab||Same County|
|1851 Census -Horsham||185169|
|North Heath||Richard Walder||Head||M||65||Farmer ?8 Acres empl. 2 Men & boy||Horsham Sussex|
|Hannah Walder||Wife||M||60||Rusper Sussex|
|James Streeter||Serv||U||19||Farm Labourer||Horsham Sussex|
|Peter Jenkins||Serv||U||12||Farm Labourer||Horsham Sussex|
|Eliza Attwater||Serv||U||18||House Servant||Beeding Sussex|
|Hannah Jenkins||Serv||U||11||House Servant||Rusper Sussex|
|1861 Census -Rusper||186124/b|
|?Goldsmith's Farm -Cheesman Family -Farmer||Hannah Walder||Lodger||Wid||70||Retired Farmers Widow||Horsham Sussex|
|Will 22nd March 1860 Hannah Walder -Extract (W 83)|
|Widow of Richard Walder of North Heath Farm and afterwards of
Killwood Farm in the parish of Lower Beeding, late of Rusper aforesaid
Richard's will dated 14th October 1857 passed all to Hannah.
To husband's niece Hannah Jenkins all my wearing apparel
To friend Mr James Waller £19-19 shillings
To husband's niece Hannah Jenkins £100
To husband's nephew John Edwards £50
To my nephew Peter Jenkins £100
Remainder of the estate to brothers Henry and Solomon Edgington and half brother James Summerfield equally.
Executors: nephew John Walder, son of my brother in law Peter Walder and the said James Waller.
Witnesses: Alfred Cheesman and Thomas Seagrave, both Rusper farmers.
[Hannah is lodging with Alfred Cheesman in 1861, Thomas Seagrave has a farm just down the road]