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Will George Cumpston Hampshire 1807

Description Abstract of Will of George Cumpston, Carpenter of His Majesties Ship Saint Albans of Portsea, Hampshire  

Date September 10 1807

Catalogue reference IR 26/414  

Dept Records of the Boards of Stamps, Taxes, Excise, Stamps and Taxes, and Inland Revenue

Series Board of Inland Revenue and predecessors: Estate Duty Office and predecessors: Registers of Legacy Duty, Succession Duty and Estate Duty

Piece Abstracts of administrations and probates of wills

ADM 6/22/105  William Garnons, purser; John Fuge, purser; John Cutler, boatswain; George Beves, gunner; George Cumpston, carpenter; Joseph Henry Lash, 1st Lieutenant; William Caesar Hughes, 2nd Lieutenant; George Murray, 3rd Lieutenant; John Langley, 2nd Lieutenant; William Bell, 3rd Lieutenant; Nicholas Moore, carpenter; Reverend Michael Terry, Chaplain; Charles Parker, master at arms. 1780


ADM 6/23/78  Charles Knatchbull, Captain; Patrick Sinclair, Captain; William Heath, Commander; Nathaniel Allen, Lieutenant; Henry Spriddle, Lieutenant; Robert Hall, Lieutenant; John Lankester, purser; Joseph Cooper, boatswain; George Cumpstone, carpenter; Daniel McAlpine, master at arms; John Clarke Searle, Lieutenant; Edward Houndle, purser. 1783


ADM 6/344/85  ff. 375-378. Sarah Cumpston, widow of George Cumpston, carpenter Royal Navy who died 16 May 1807. Papers submitted to the Charity for the relief of Officers' Widows. 1807



Was this his marriage


1780 Deal vol 32 Deal Cumpston George and Judith Layton widow, George was Carpenter bachelor Canterbury Marriage Licences 24 Mar 1780


This will includes his wife as Sarah and not Judith, but George is Carpenter in both.  There are very few Cumpstons in the south of England at this time.