|1744 in Ballingham, Herefordshire, England.|
|12 March 1801 in Hentland.|
|Philip Pymble (1739-1814) on 26 February 1771 at St Michael's, Gloucester.|
|Hannah Pymble (1772-1846)|
|Phillip Pymble jnr (1773-1832)|
|Robert Pymble (1776-1861)|
|Mary Pymble (1778-185x)|
|Sarah Pymble (1780-1798)|
|Ann Pymble (1782-)|
|Jane Pymble (1784-<1861)|
|William Pymble (1787-)|
|Alice Pymble (1789-1859)|
The Watkins family members were stonemasons in Hereford and Hentland.
It’s quite interesting that five children of Philip and Mary went to live in Whitechapel. They are reasonably easy to track because they were often witnesses at one another’s weddings — Jane married George Moore & they had 47 acres of market gardens at Greenwich employing 10 men & 5 women. Ann & William never married. William, before he died, was a lodger at a pub with the name of
The Bride & Bridegroom. William & Hannah were witnesses at Jane’s wedding, and Robert & Mary Pymble (née Jamieson) at Hannah’s before they left for Australia after getting all their children baptised at Whitechapel. Hannah’s husband James Key was a witness at the wedding of Captain John Lister & Susannah Pymble.