John Cocksedge

(before March 1806 - )
     John Cocksedge was born before March 1806 in Langdon Hills, Essex. He was the son of Francis Cocksedge and Rebecca Betts.
     Sophia Cock married secondly John Cocksedge on 24 April 1827 in Woolpit, Suffolk. They were described as single in the register but the banns state that she was a widow.
     John Cocksedge and Sophia Mulley appeared on the 1841 census in Woolpit. John Cocksedge 34, ag. lab, Sophia ditto aged 38, James ditto aged 13, Emma ditto aged 11, Betsy ditto aged 5, John ditto aged 3, Susanna ditto aged 9 months, all born in the county.
     John Cocksedge and Sophia Mulley were recorded on the 1851 census in Woolpit, Suffolk. John Cocksedge, aged 45, born Lane Dill Hills, Essex; Sophia Cocksedge, aged 48, born Norton, with 4 children - James 22, Elizabeth 16, John 13, Susanna aged 10, all born at Drinkstone.
     John Cocksedge and Sophia Mulley appeared on the 1861 census in Woolpit. John Cocksedge 55, agl. lab. born Landen Hills, Essex with his wife Sophia aged 59 born Norton, and unmarried son John 21, ag. labourer and daughter Susannah aged 20, both born Woolpit.

Children of John Cocksedge and Sophia Mulley

John Cocksedge

(27 February 1762 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 27 February 1762 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was the son of Benjamin Cocksedge and Sarah Watkinson.
     John Cocksedge and Sarah Watkinson and Zachariah Cocksedge were beneficiaries in Benjamin Cocksedge's will dated 3 December 1796 in Rougham.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Ann Howlett on 8 May 1797 in Gt Whelnetham, Suffolk. John Cocksedge of Rougham single, & Mary Ann Howlett single of this parish, by banns.
     John Cocksedge married Susannah Wright on 30 June 1818 in St Mary's, Rougham, Suffolk. He was a widower.

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Ann Howlett

John Cocksedge

(before 1599 - before 24 August 1665)
     John Cocksedge was born before 1599 in Suffolk. There is no proof for this link. The Johns of Rougham are very confused. He is not mentioned in John who died 1606's will, so very unlikely. He was the son of John Cocksedge.
     John Cocksedge married Elizabeth Unknown circa 1619 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Unknown before 1630 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge was named in the militia list taken in 1638 in Rougham. There were 3 able bodied John's in the 1638 militia list for Rougham - the only Cocksedge families there, however there were 5 other Johns around the county.      
John Cocksedge paid either 16/8 or 3/6 in ship money in March 1639/40 in Rougham, Suffolk. There were 3 Johns in the 1639/40 ship money lists.
One was John on the Green whose wife Mary died in 1640. On Nov 2 1662 the wife of John of Monk Bradfield was buried in Rougham and then the wife of John "in the Lane" was buried 12 Jan 1662/3. He was widowed before 28 July 1640 on the death of his wife Mary Unknown.
     John Cocksedge married Hannah Devereaux, daughter of Peter Devereaux, on 6 October 1641 in Rougham, Suffolk. John Cocksadge & Anna Devereaux. John Cocksedge was widowed before 3 December 1662 on the death of his wife Hannah Devereaux.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 12 December 1662 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. His will mentions his sons John, Peter, George, daughters Elizabeth & Hannah both under 25, sons Henry... & William, daughters Marie, Alice & Ann; and lands in Bradfield St George & Thorpe Morieux.
In the name of God Amen ... I John Cocksedge of Bradfield St George do make my last will and testament in manner & forme following First I give my soule to God that gave it ... my body to be buryed in the churchyard where it shall please ... to ... trusting my ... to have ... full ... for my worldly goods in manner and forme following
First I give my sonne John three score pounds to be paid him ... years after my decease thirty pounds the fourth year after my decease
ITEM I give unto Peter my sonne my ... and grounds in Thorpe Morieux by the ... land of ... to him & his heirs for ever And I make my son Peter sole executor to pay my debts and my ... as these ... that ...
ITEM I give George my sonne Fortie pounds to be paid unto him five years after my decease that is ... the first year ... sixth year after my decease
ITEM I give unto Elizabeth my daughter Hanna my daughter fifty pounds when they come to the age of twenty five years .. and the youngest two years after And I give Risbrooke? House and grounds to be sold to pay these legacies
ITEM I give Peter my sonne all my stock in chattels and all my moveable goods to bee parte.. between Peter Elizabeth and Hanna and if any of these ... to dye before they gave these legacies paid them ... it ...all & may be lawfull for my executor to ... among my children that are ...est
ITEM my mind is that though I ... ... ... as I.. ... it may be ... these ... may be paid ...ding to these... that I have set d... ... my sonne John pay foure pounds? after my decease ...
my sonne (George
p.2 George two yeares after John .... to make ... executors ... able to ... yo without selling ... that if hand ... him And further my mind is that if any of these legacyes bee not paid .. ... to my grounds in Thorpe Morieux and .. enter for ... ... And I doe make my brother Clapton supervisor to this my last will and testament to see it ... I set my hand and seale the 12th day of December 1662 And my mind is that if any of my children doe oppose against this my last will and testament then my executor shall refuse to pay them ... of the legacy that I give ... amongst them
ITEM I give Henry my sonne fyve pounds to buy him a piece of plate for to remember his father
Item I give unto ... ... .. .. ... same
ITEM I give ... Peter my sonn my copyhold tenement in Bradfield St George And my mind is that the rest of my children that I ... ... them there portion in marriage shall not ... for .. m...
ITEM I give William my sonne 1/8 and Marie my daughter 1/8 and Alice my daughter 1/8 and Anne my daughter 2/8 per? yeare so long as Peter is able to pay it
John Coxadge ... and del.... in presence of ..... .. ... .... Bennet Burrowes.

     John died before 24 August 1665 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 24 August 1665 in Rougham.
     His will was proved in September 1665 at PCC & Sudbury. There is an inventory of his goods at BSE.

Child of John Cocksedge and Elizabeth Unknown

Children of John Cocksedge

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown

Children of John Cocksedge and Hannah Devereaux

John Cocksedge

(circa 1550 - before 20 December 1606)
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1550 in Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge. John was a yeoman in Rougham..
     John Cocksedge married Elizabeth Wright on 31 July 1581 in Rougham, Suffolk. John Cocksedge was widowed before 26 March 1597 on the death of his wife Elizabeth Wright.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 20 July 1598 in Rougham. He mentions his sons William & Richard and his lands held by lease from Sir Robert Jermyn. William was to have c. 3 acres called Barr Close, Richard was to have circa two and half acres and other pieces of land.
     John Cocksedge married Martha Chulford on 25 August 1602 in Rougham, Suffolk. If this marriage was correct it would make his 1598 will which was proved in 1606 invalid!.
     John died before 20 December 1606 in Rougham, Suffolk. He was buried on 20 December 1606 in Rougham.
     His will was proved on 22 December 1606 at Sudbury.

Children of John Cocksedge

Child of John Cocksedge and Martha Chulford

John Cocksedge

(circa 1825 - )
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1825 in Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Ann Mothersole.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Henry Cocksedge and Matilda Cocksedge in Hessett.

John Cocksedge

(circa 1848 - )
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1848 in Suffolk, England.
     John Cocksedge arrived per "Chatsworth" on 13 January 1864 at Victoria, Australia. Aged 15, labourer, listed next to James & Sarah Bullett, probably Josua as the likely John remeained in England. The ship departed Sep 1883..

John Cocksedge

(circa 1835 - June 1912)
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1835 in Hadleigh, Suffolk. The parent child link is assumed as both died in Ipswich. He was the son of James Cocksedge and Elizabeth Podd.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Elizabeth Podd in Angel St, Hadleigh. James, John and Robert were listed as the children of Elizabeth Podd in the 1851 census in Hadleigh.
     John Cocksedge married Jane Unknown before 1855 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge and Jane Unknown appeared on the 1861 census in Ipswich, St Clement. John Cocksedge 27, boiler maker's labourer. his wife Jane Cocksedge 28, and his son James Cocksedge 6. all born at Hadley.
     John Cocksedge and Jane Unknown appeared on the 1871 census in 8 Pottery St, Ipswich, St Helen. John Cocksedge 37, boiler maker at Iron foundry, born Hadleigh; his wife Jane 37, born Hadleigh, son James 17, engineer, born Hadleigh, daughter Bessie 5, born Ipswich, brother James unmarried 41, retired soldier, born Hadleigh.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1912 in Ipswich, Suffolk.

Child of John Cocksedge and Jane Unknown

John Cocksedge

(17 December 1788 - before 16 February 1865)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 17 December 1788 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Mary Whitehead.
     John Cocksedge and Martha Cocksedge and Martha Johnson were beneficiaries in John Cocksedge's will dated 3 February 1820.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Unknown before 1825 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Martha Johnson on 2 April 1835 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge and Martha Johnson obtained a marriage licence on 5 April 1835 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge and Martha Johnson were recorded on the 1851 census in Bardwell, Suffolk. John Cocksedge was widowed before 24 May 1858 on the death of his wife Martha Johnson.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Bardwell, Suffolk. John Cocksedge, widower aged 73, retired farmer, born Bardwell living with Susan Beales servant, unmarried aged 39,housekeeper and her son James Beales, aged 5, both born Bardwell.
     John died before 16 February 1865 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 16 February 1865 in St Peter & St Paul, Bardwell.

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown

John Cocksedge

(11 April 1836 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 11 April 1836 in Whepstead, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Sophia Osborne.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Cocksedge and Sophia Osborne in Great Green, Hessett. Abraham, John, Elijah and Mary were listed as the children of John Cocksedge in the 1851 census in Hessett.

John Cocksedge

(8 December 1656 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 8 December 1656 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge.
     John Cocksedge married Dorothy Baker on 3 May 1677 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.

John Cocksedge

(11 October 1650 - before 15 March 1729)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 11 October 1650 in Buxhall, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Mary Unknown.
     John Cocksedge married Naomi Seyer on 8 January 1676/77 in Onehouse, Suffolk.
     In George Cocksedge's will dated 2 October 1679 in Buxhall, John Cocksedge was named as executor and an heir of the estate. He was an executor of George Cocksedge's estate in December 1680 in Sudbury.
     John died before 15 March 1729 in Buxhall, SFK. He was of Finborough. He was buried on 15 March 1729 in Buxhall.

Children of John Cocksedge and Naomi Seyer

John Cocksedge

(6 May 1604 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 6 May 1604 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Lydia Lewes.

John Cocksedge

(11 February 1781 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 11 February 1781 in Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk. He was the son of William Cocksedge and Abigail Gould.

John Cocksedge

(8 December 1656 - before 26 January 1656/57)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 8 December 1656 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of George Cocksedge and Edith Goddard.
     John died before 26 January 1656/57 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was buried on 26 January 1656/57 in Rougham, Suffolk.

John Cocksedge

(27 January 1796 - before 6 May 1863)
     John Cocksedge was born on 27 January 1796 in Hessett, Suffolk. The two Johns (son of Ben [1796] & son of William [1798]) may be confused re family & death. He was the son of Benjamin Cocksedge and Bridget Mills. John Cocksedge was christened on 8 February 1796 in Hessett. John the son of Benjamin Cocksedge & Bridget his wife (late Bridget Mills spinster) was born January 27 1796. Baptised Feb 8 1796. Received into the church June 4 1797.
     John Cocksedge married Frances Pettit on 17 November 1818 in Drinkstone, Suffolk. He was of Hessett.
     John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit appeared on the 1841 census in near the Green, Beyton, Suffolk. John Cocksedge, 45, agricultural labourer, Frances 45, David 15, ag. lab., John 20, ag. lab., Edward 11, George 3, Frances 13, all born in the county.
     John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit were recorded on the 1851 census in Beyton, Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit appeared on the 1861 census in Thurston Road, Beyton. John Cocksedge, aged 67, agricultural labourer born at Hessett, with his wife Frances aged 70? born at Bradfield.
     John died before 6 May 1863 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was buried on 6 May 1863 in Beyton. John Cocksedge, aged 69, which makes him 2 years too young to be the son of Ben born 1796, but 5 years too young to be the 1798 son of William. He was buried on 14 March 1873 in Hessett. John Cocksedge, RIP, Hessett March 14 1873, aged 77. This fits perfectly for the 1796 son of Ben, but makes the age of the other burial even worse.

Children of John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit

John Cocksedge

(3 October 1820 - before 2 April 1872)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 3 October 1820 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Cocksedge and Frances Pettit in near the Green, Beyton, Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Unknown.
     John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in Beyton. John Cocksedge, aged 31, born Beyton, Mary aged 27 born Whepstead, Louisa aged 7 born Beyton, Sarah A aged 4, born Beyton, Sophia aged 10 months born Beyton.
     John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown appeared on the 1861 census in Crippless? Road, Beyton, Suffolk. John Cocksedge jr, head, married, 38, agricultural labourer, born Beyton with his wife Mary aged 37 born Whepstead, and children Sophia 10, Ann M 7, Mary A 4 & Alfred C 1, all born at Beyton.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in a Cottage, Beyton, Suffolk. John Cocksedge, head, widower, aged 49, labourer, born Beyton, with his daughter Mary Ann Cocksedge, aged 13, born Beyton.
     John died before 2 April 1872 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was buried on 2 April 1872 in Beyton.

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Unknown

John Cocksedge

(before 1608 - before 1674)
     John Cocksedge was born before 1608 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Alice Grindall on 4 November 1629 in Lavenham, Suffolk. Ailes Grindall.
     John Cocksedge and Alice Grindall lived at Rattlesden, Suffolk, January 1630.
     John Cocksedge was named in the militia list taken in 1638 in Lavenham. John Cocksedge, gentleman of Lavenham.
     John died before 1674. He is not listed in the 1674 hearth tax.

Children of John Cocksedge and Alice Grindall

John Cocksedge

(8 August 1717 - 24 August 1717)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 8 August 1717 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Martin Cocksedge and Mary Brewer.
     John was buried on 24 August 1717 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. John, son of Martin Cocksedge.

John Cocksedge

(5 November 1710 - )
     There are several references at TNA/A2A to follow up - he had a brother in law Thomas Pierson. John Cocksedge was christened on 5 November 1710 in Felsham, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Margaret Groom.
     John Cocksedge was mentioned in the will of Henry Cocksedge dated 20 October 1730.

John Cocksedge

(12 February 1826 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 12 February 1826 in Culford, Suffolk. He was the son of Isaac Cocksedge and Frances Wing.
     John Cocksedge appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Isaac Cocksedge and Frances Wing in Heath, Culford.

John Cocksedge

(circa 1600 - before 6 February 1672/73)
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1600 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Ann Brown on 18 September 1622 in Culford, Suffolk. He was a churchwarden in Culford, in 1635.
     John Cocksedge was named in the militia list taken in 1638 in Culford.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 24 February 1670/71 in Culford. The will of John Cocksedge, yeoman of Culford, dated 24 Feb 1670/71 mentions his eldest daughter Susannah Petch and her daughters Susannah Summers and Ann Petch, his daughter Mary, the wife of John Andrews and their daughters Mary & Elizabeth Andrews of West Stow.
     John died before 6 February 1672/73 in Culford, Suffolk. He was buried on 6 February 1672/73 in Culford.
     His will was proved on 22 March 1672/73 at Sudbury.
     John Cocksedge was mentioned in the 1674 hearth tax list in Culford, Suffolk. He is possibly the John listed at Culford with 4 hearths however he died in 1673!.

Children of John Cocksedge and Ann Brown

John Cocksedge

(23 October 1623 - before 8 November 1623)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 23 October 1623 in Culford, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Ann Brown.
     John died before 8 November 1623 in Culford, Suffolk. He was buried on 8 November 1623 in Culford.

John Cocksedge

(7 February 1666/67 - before 23 November 1729)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 7 February 1666/67 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of Robert Cocksedge and Mary Borrett or Barrett.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Spicer on 2 October 1692 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John may have died before 26 April 1728 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was possibly buried on 26 April 1728 in Bardwell.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 3 June 1728 in Bardwell. His will mentions his wife Mary, his son Robert, five daughters Susan, Elizabeth, Margaret, Judith & Mary, his mother Mary Coxage, widow and son John.
     John may have died before 26 August 1729 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 26 August 1729 in Bardwell.
     John died before 23 November 1729 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 23 November 1729 in Bardwell.
     His will was proved on 26 November 1729 at Sudbury.

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Spicer

John Cocksedge

(circa 1753? - before 5 November 1832)
     John Cocksedge was born circa 1753? In Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Mary Whitehead on 18 August 1782 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 3 February 1820. I John Cocksedge of Bardwell, bricklayer ... son John Cocksedge, daughter Martha the wife of Joseph Talbot, my late wife's niece Martha Johnson now living with me ... Samuel Johnson of Bradfield St George. He added a codicil to his will on 4 November 1827. He appoints his son in law Joseph Talbot to be executor in place of Samuel Johnson.
     John died before 5 November 1832 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 5 November 1832 in Bardwell.
     His will was proved on 24 April 1833 at Sudbury. John Cocksedge, bricklayer, Bardwell.

Children of John Cocksedge and Mary Whitehead

John Cocksedge

(10 January 1613/14 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 10 January 1613/14 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. He was the son of Francis Cocksedge and Judith Wilson.
     John Cocksedge and John Cocksedge were named in the militia list taken in 1638 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. There is only one John at Rattlesden.

John Cocksedge

(25 August 1699 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 25 August 1699 in Tostock, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry Cocksedge and Mary Stimson.

John Cocksedge

(16 June 1695 - before 5 July 1777)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 16 June 1695 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Mary Spicer.
     John Cocksedge married Sarah Palfrey in 1721 in Sapiston, Suffolk.
     One of the Johns was probably John Coxage the sexton who was confirmed in 1726. The previous year Judith Cocksedge was confirmed.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 8 June 1777 in Bardwell. Which John? In the name of God Amen I John Cocksedge of Bardwell in the county of Suffolk, husbandman, being mindful of my mortality do this eighth day of June 1777 make & ordain this my last will and testament in manner & form following
First I above all things commend my immortal soul into the hands of almighty God my creator in assured hope of salvation … my body I yield unto the earth to be decently interred at the discretion of my executrix hereinafter named and as touching that small estate which God in mercy hath lent me in this world I dispose thereof as followeth
First I give devise & bequeath unto
Ann Cocksedge my beloved wife all that my tenement in Bardwell afsd wherein I now live with appurtenances to hold to her the said Ann my wife & her assigns for & during the term of her natural life And from and after the decease of my said wife I will & desire that the afsd house with appurtenances shall be forthwith sold & that the money arising by from the sale thereof after the payment of my just debts & expences relating to the decent interment of my wife & wife’s other necessary charges shall be disposed of in manner following, that is to say, that five pounds thereof shall be paid unto my daughter Mary Manning within three months after such sale & other five pounds thereof shall be paid unto my daughter Sarah Debenham within three months after such sale and that the remainder of the money arising from the sale of the afsd house with appurtenances shall be paid unto .. shall be divided share and share alike between my two daughters Elizabeth Onge & Margaret Cocksedge do also give devise & bequeath all my goods chattels ready money wearing apparel or whatsoever I may die possessed of wheresoever unto my said wife Ann Cocksedge provided that whatsoever may remain thereof after the decease of my said wife shall be divided equally between my two daughters Elizabeth Onge and Margaret Cocksedge And I do nominate & make Ann Cocksedge my beloved wife sole executrix of this my last will and testament I do further hope & intreat that in case there should be nothing remaining wherewith to defray funeral expences at the time of my decease or the decease of my wife that my two daughters Elizabeth Onge & Margaret Cocksedge would take upon them to see us decently interred and I hereby declare the above to be my last will and testament
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this eighth day of June 1777. (The seal & the mark of John Cocksedge)
Signed declared & published as for his last will & testament in the presence of ….Sophia Bayliss, D… Davenport, Sarah Westhorp.

     John died before 5 July 1777 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 5 July 1777. John Cocksedge, parish clerk, was buried July 5, 1777.
     His will was proved on 6 August 1777 at Sudbury.

Children of John Cocksedge

Children of John Cocksedge and Sarah Palfrey

John Cocksedge

(before 1685 - 26 August 1729)
     John Cocksedge was born before 1685 in Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge married Sarah Barker on 1 July 1707 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John may have died before 26 April 1728 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John Cocksedge made a will dated 3 June 1728 in Bardwell. His will mentions his wife Mary, his son Robert, five daughters Susan, Elizabeth, Margaret, Judith & Mary, his mother Mary Coxage, widow and son John.
     John died on 26 August 1729 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     John may have died before 23 November 1729 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Children of John Cocksedge and Sarah Barker

John Cocksedge

(26 May 1708 - )
     John Cocksedge was christened on 26 May 1708 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Sarah Barker.
     One of the Johns was probably John Coxage the sexton who was confirmed in 1726. The previous year Judith Cocksedge was confirmed.

John Cocksedge

(23 March 1726/27 - before 26 March 1727)
     John Cocksedge was christened on 23 March 1726/27 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of John Cocksedge and Sarah Palfrey.
     John died before 26 March 1727 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 26 March 1727 in Bardwell.