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William Aveling (1714-1775)

Son of Thomas Aveling (1674-1737) and Alice Burnham (1680-1738)

Born 6 Jan 1714/15 at St Marys, Whittlesey, Cambridge
Married  Frances Ward on 13 Jan 1739/40 at Ampthill, Bedford, England.
Died Abt 1775


Children from marriage between William Aveling and Frances Ward:

  1. Frances Aveling, born 20 Apr 1742. Died at Ampthill, Bedford, England
  2. William Aveling, born 23 Jul 1743 at Ampthill, Bedford, England. Died 10 Mar 1790 at Millbrook, Bedford, England
  3. Thomas Aveling, born 15 Sep 1749 at Ampthill christened 14 Oct 1749 at Ampthill, Bedford, England . Died 2 Aug 1790 at Millbrook buried 9 Aug 1790


Christening recroded in Burkes, LANDED GENTRY of GREAT BRITIAN; 1914 edition, pg61.

MARRIAGE: pg751,IGI,Beford County,England.Mar 1992

Educated at Ely Grammer School. Admitted 23rd June, 1933 aged 18 years to
Trinity College, as Sub-sizar. Cambridge, May 1734; a Scholar of the College.
B.A. in 1736/37. M.A. in 1740 and became that year Rector of Flitwick,
Bedfordshire and 1742 Rector of St. Peter de Merton, Bedford, and was there 3
years. He was ordained a parson in Church of England at Lincoln, 1740.
[Source: Tanqueray family record]

Alumni Cantabrigiensis:
Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 25 June 1733. School Ely.
Matric. Cambridge 1733. Scholar, 1734.
Trinity College BA 1736, MA 1740
Ordained Deacon (Lincoln) 5 June 1737, priest 2 March 1739/40.
Rector of Flitwick, Beds.,24th Feb 1740.
Rector of S Peter de Merton, Beds., 3rd Nov. 1742 both in the diocese of

A note in the Beds. Parish Records states "The 13 marriages of Flitwick
persons, 1742-53 are due to William Aveling having combined the benefice of
that parish with the curacy of Ampthill".

Created by: Robf. Last Modification: Monday 19 of January, 2009 13:53:51 WST by Robf.

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