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Whilst there would appear to be confusion on the spelling of the surname, it is to be noted that there was a Robert Stubbs, labourer, at Greetham in the Military Survey of 1522, a bill man and one of the young men and poor of the parish. In subsequent 17th century handwriting, the ST of Stubbs may simply have appeared as a fancy T.
[STUB591] Robert Tubes of Stretton married (by licence, at Barrowden, 19th May 1629) [FORR592] Elianor Forrest, of Exton. (Their marriage licence gave their names as Robert Tubbs, of Stretton, and Ellinor Forret, maiden of Exton.)
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They had several children born and baptised at Stretton including:
Elizabeth (baptised 4th February "1634");
John (baptised 5th December 1636);
[STUB601] Matthew (born c.1640), married Alice Loe, see later.
Robert Tubbey appears at Stretton in the 1665 Hearth Tax.
[STUB601] Matthew Tubs (born c.1640) married (at Greetham, 10th June 1669) [LEAE602] Alice Loe, possibly daughter of [LEAE591] Henry Lea who married [PRAT592] Mary Pratte. They had several children born and baptised at Greetham including:
William (baptised 14th April 1670);
John (baptised 5th December 1671);
[STUB611] Thomas (baptised 10th June 1673), married Ann Wyles, see later;
Ann (baptised 20th August 1682);
Matthew (baptised 23rd March 1683-84), lived 3 months;
Henry (baptised 26th November 1685).
There appear to have been no register entries at all between 1674 and 1680, so there were undoubtedly other children. Alice (wife of Matthew Tubbs) died at Greetham (buried there 26th November 1685) on the same day that their youngest son Henry was baptised. Matthew Tubs died at Greetham also (buried there 12th March 1699-1700).
[STUB611] Thomas Stubbs (born 1673) married (at Greetham, 28th April 1700) [WYLE612] Ann Wyles (born c.1675, see WYLES). They had five children born and baptised at Greetham as follows:
[STUB621] John (baptised 24th February 1700-01), married Theodosia Wing, see later;
Thomas (baptised 7th -1702, month not readable in register);
Matthew (baptised 18th August 1706), married Grace Munton;
Amie (baptised 25th April 1708).
Anne died at Exton (buried there 21st March 1708), and Thomas died at Greetham (buried there 20th July 1726).
[STUB621] John Stubbs (born 1701) married (c.1721) [WIGG622] Theodosia Wing (born 1703, see WING). They had six children born and baptised at Greetham as follows:
Margaret (baptised 17th September 1721);
Theodosia (probably born 1723, when there is a gap in register), died at Greetham (buried there 3rd June 1724);
[STUB631] Thomas (baptised 6th January 1725-26), married Mary Parker, see later;
Isaac (baptised 18th August 1728), died (age 4 weeks) at Greetham (buried there 7th September 1728);
Theodosia (baptised 3rd July 1732), died (age 7 weeks) at Greetham (buried there 25th August 1732);
Elizabeth (baptised 3rd December 1733), died (age 1 week) at Greetham (buried there 10th December 1733).
A John (a malster) died at Greetham (buried there 15th January 1758), and Theodosia (“wife of Jno”) died at Greetham also (buried there 18th January 1767). (Either “wife” should have read “widow”, or the John who died in 1758 is not the correct person.)
[STUB631] Thomas Stubbs (born 1726), a carpenter, married (at Greetham, 19th August 1754, witnessed by John Draycot [parish clerk] and Thomas Parker [bride's brother]) [PRKR632] Mary Parker (born 1734, see PARKER).
They had nine children born and baptised at Greetham as follows:
John (baptised 3rd May 1755), lived 5 weeks;
Thomas (baptised 15th June 1756), married Mary Parkinson;
[STUB641] John (baptised 5th December 1757), married Mary Waddington, see later;
Elizabeth (baptised 1st September 1759);
Theodosia (baptised 15th February 1761), married Peter Woodfield;
Isaac (baptised 2nd December 1762);
Henry (baptised 20th February 1764);
Mary (baptised 4th December 1766);
Matthew (baptised 26th December 1767), died (age 52) at Barrowden (buried at Greetham, 29th May 1819).
[STUB641] John Stubbs (born 1757) of Greetham married (at Buckminster, 21st March 1785) [WADD642] Mary Waddington (born 1765. see WADDINGTON), of Buckminster, witnessed by John Foster (parish clerk) and Joseph Hornbuckle.
They had twelve children as follows:
Robert (born at Greetham, baptised there 5th March 1786);
John (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 29th August 1787);
Thomas (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 25th May 1789);
Henry (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 8th May 1791);
Isaac (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 16th December 1792), married Ann Exton;
William (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 20th August 1794), died (age 24) at Edith Weston (buried at Barrowden, 17th December 1818);
[STUB651] Joseph (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 11th June 1797), married Mary Wade, see later;
Mary (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 3rd August 1800);
Elizabeth (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 31st January 1803);
Ann Waddington (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 5th February 1804);
Charles (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 1st March 1806);
Maria (born at Edith Weston, baptised there 13th December 1807).
Edith Weston Church
[STUB651] Joseph Stubbs (born 1797) married (at Barrowden, 21st May 1818) [WADE652] Mary Wade (born 1796, see WADE), witnessed by Ann Exton (Joseph's future sister-in-law) and William Wade (Mary's brother). They had one child as follows:
[STUB662] Mary (born at Barrowden, baptised there 9th October 1819), see later;
Joseph died (age 28) at Edith Weston (buried there 23rd November 1825), and Mary died (age 32) at Barrowden (buried there 3rd November 1828).
[STUB662] Mary Stubbs (born 1819, daughter of Joseph) had an illegitimate child born at either Oakham or Harringworth:
[STUB672] Eliza (born c.1838, possibly at Oakham), see later.
Afterwards Mary, a servant, married George Harris.
George and Eliza had one child born and baptised at Harringworth as follows:
John (born 1st December 1840, baptised 20th December 1840), married Mary Jane Pridmore.
Mary died (age 24, of consumption) at Harringworth (12th September 1841, buried there 14th September 1841), and almost immediately afterwards George married 2. Elizabeth Charity (born at Harringworth, 1820). Elizabeth died (age 80) at Harringworth (buried there 3rd July 1900), and George died (age 90) at Harringworth also (buried there 22nd November 1905).
[STUB672] Eliza Stubbs (born 1838, illegitimate daughter of Mary), had a relationship (1864) with George Goodman, then married (at Pilton, 23rd July 1868) [SMTH671] Thomas Smith (born 1839, see SMITH). Eliza signed her name as Eliza Stubbes and gave her age as 28.
George Harris = Mary Stubbs
1841 Census 797/12-5 Harringworth (NTH) George HARRIS 25 ag lab N Mary HARRIS 20 N Eliza Harris 2 N John Harris 6m Y
George Harris = Elizabeth Charity
1851 Census 2093-308 Harringworth George HARRIS H M 36 ag lab Morcott RUT Elizabeth HARRIS W M 31 Harringworth Eliza Harris D/L - 12 Oakham RUT John Harris S - 10 scholar Harringworth William Harris S - 6 scholar Harringworth Ann Harris D - 3 Harringworth George Harris S - 1m Harringworth 1861 Census 2310-75 Harringworth Village George HARRIS H M 47 ag lab Morcott RUT Elizabeth HARRIS W M 41 ag lab's wife Harringworth John Harris S S 20 ag lab Harringworth Ann Harris D - 12 scholar Harringworth George Harris S - 10 scholar Harringworth Thomas Harris S - 8 scholar Harringworth Ellen Harris D - 4 scholar Harringworth Emma Harris D - 1 Harringworth 1871 Census 3305-19 Harringworth, Gretton Road George HARRIS H M 56 farm labourer Morcott RUT Elizabeth HARRIS W M 50 Harringworth William Harris S S 26 farm labourer Harringworth Thomas Harris S S 18 farm labourer Harringworth Emma Harris D S 11 scholar Harringworth Mary Ann Harris D S 5 scholar Harringworth 1881 Census 3190-74 Harringworth Cottage George HARRIS H M 66 ag lab Harringworth Elizabeth HARRIS W M 60 ag lab's wife Harringworth Thomas Harris S S 28 ag lab Harringworth 1891 Census 2551-63 Harringworth George HARRIS H M 77 ag lab Harringworth Elizabeth HARRIS W M 71 Harringworth Coles Emma G/D - 6 Stamford [actually Emma Coles] 1901 Census 3018-63 Harringworth George HARRIS H W 89 house keeper Harringworth Harry Harris G/S S 29 bricklayers labourer Harringworth Ellen Baker Bd W 60 house keeper Exeter DEV