The Goodliffe Family of Lambley Lodge, Rutland

Anna - Third daughter of Thomas and Mary Goodliffe

Anna Goodliffe was born August 31st 1796 in the family home of Lambley Lodge near Belton in the County of Rutland. She was the 4th child of Thomas and Mary.

Anna married John CULPIN (a miller) and they lived in Kings Cliffe Northhamptonshire. From Arnold's Memoirs - (bottom of page 34) "... she married an excellent man John Culpin by whom she had one son and 3 daughters, 2 of whom lived with us for years". Anna and John's children were:


                 |                         |
         Anna GOODLIFFE=======v=======John CULPIN
             1796-1886      ~1822        1789-<1851
                              |
        |--------|------------|--------------|------------|
  Elizabeth    Anna         Sarah          Mary          John
  1824-1835  1827-1890    1829-1898     1832-1906       1834-
                 |            |             |              |
               m:1851       m:1853        m:1856         m:1860
           Simmons MOULD Edward EDGSON  John STANYON   Fanny NICHOLLS
                 |            |             |              |
            8 children   9 children    6 children     7 children
 

Elizabeth 17 July 1824 - 24 March 1835 Kings Cliffe
Anna 4 Sept 1827 - Jun 1890 Kings Cliffe
Sarah Goodliffe 31 Oct 1829 - 12 Jun 1898 Kings Cliffe
Mary 4 Feb 1932 - Dec 1906 Kings Cliffe
John 5 Nov 1834 -  Kings Cliffe

In the 1841 Census, Anna and John were living at Park St, Kings Cliffe, with daughters Anna (13), Mary (9), and son John (6). Daughter Sarah is living with her uncle Arnold Goodliffe at Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham, just as Arnold had noted in his memoirs.

In 1851 Ann and daughter Anna are in Park St, Kings Cliffe. Ann is a widow, so John has died prior to 1851. (His headstone was at the old baptist Chapel in Barrowden but was too worn to be read.) Daughter Sarah is a servant for Elizabeth Bretland at 17 Carlton St, Nottingham; Mary is living with her uncle Arnold Goodliffe in Nottingham. Son John is living with the Miller and Baker at Morcott, next door to his grandmother Mary Goodliffe.

In 1861 Anna is living alone, a widow aged 64, still at Park St, Kings Cliffe.

In 1871 Anna is still living at Park St, Kings Cliffe, aged 74.

In 1881 Anna is now living with her daughter Anna and family at Wood Newton, aged 84.

Anna Culpin died in Sep qtr 1886, aged 89 (Stamford 7a/216). John and Anna's headstone is in the churchyard of the old Baptist Chapel at Barrowden, alongside a number of Goodliffe graves.

The old church yard of the Baptist Chapel at Barrowden. The large plinth records many Goodliffe names, the flat stone on the right is for John and Anna Culpin

The Children of Anna and John Culpin

Anna Culpin

Anna married Simmons MOULD on 9 June 1851 (Oundle 15/499). They had 8 children.


                                      |                         |
                               Anna CULPIN=======v=======Simmons MOULD
                                  1827-1890     1851        1821-1893
                                                 |
       |------------|-------------|--------------|------------|--------------|----------------|--------------|
      John       Matthew       William         Anna        Stephen         Mary           Frederic      Sarah Jane
   1852-1927    1853-1939     1854-1915      1856-1926     1859-1930     1864-1928          1866-          1869-
       |            |             |              |            |              |                |              |
     m:1898       m:1880        m:1882         m:1880       m:1884         m:1900           m:1891         m:1896 
   Kate MASON  Fanny MARLOW  Julia JACKSON Robert LANDIN Emma GOLLINGS William LANDEN Georgina KINGSTON William HAYES
        |           |             |              |            |              |                |              |
                    |-Marguerite  |-Percy        |-Alice      |-Arthur                        |-Ernest       |-Dorothy     
                      1883-1933     1885-          1882-        1885-                           1892-          1897-
                    |-Mary        |-Effie        |-Fanny      |-Herbert                       |-Elsie        |-Norma
                      1885-1974     1891           1883-        1887-                           1895-          1901-
                    |-Ruby                       |-Ethel      |-Robert                        |-Florence     |-Mabel
                      1888-1972                    1885-        1889-                           1898-1940      1903-
                    |-Fanny                      |-Nellie     |-Constance                     |-Georgina     |-Joan
                      1889-1965                    1886         1893-                           1902-          1909-
                    |-Constance                  |-Frank      |-Winifred
                      1895-1969                    1887-        1896-1898
                                                 |-Wilfred
                                                   1889-
                                                 |-Edith
                                                   1891-
                                                 |-Simmons
                                                   1893-1916
                                                 |-Mabel
                                                   1895-

Simmons Mould
The family of Simmons and Anna MOULD
Back row: L to R John Simmons, Mathew Henry, William Goodliffe, Stephen, and Frederick.
Front row: Anne, Anna (nee CULPIN) Simmons, Mary, and Sarah Jane

This photo was taken probably in early 1890 shortly before Anna (Culpin) died.

John Simmons Jun 1852
Matthew Henry Dec 1853 - 1939
William Goodliffe Dec 1854
Anna Sep 1856
Stephen  1859
Mary Mar 1864
Frederic 1866
Sarah Jane Dec 1869

In the 1861 census Anna and Simmons are living at Wood Newton with Simmons parents, farmers of 90 acres.

Henry MOULD 71 Farmer Wood Newton
Mary 75 wife Wood Newton
Simmons MOULD 49 grocer & draper Wood Newton
Ann 35 wife Kings Cliffe
John Simmons 9   Wood Newton
Matthew Henry 7   Wood Newton
William Goodliff 6   Wood Newton
Anne 5   Wood Newton
Stephen 2   Wood Newton
Mary Jane Goodliff 13 Visitor Lambley Lodge

In the 1871 Census

Henry MOULD 81 head Wood Newton
Mary 85 wife Wood Newton
Simmons MOULD 49 grocer & draper Wood Newton
Anna 44 wife Kings Cliffe
John Simmons 18   Wood Newton
Anna 14   Wood Newton
Stephen 12   Wood Newton
Mary 7   Wood Newton
Frederic 5   Wood Newton
Sarah Jane 1   Wood Newton
Sarah FITZJOHN 14 Servant Wood Newton

In 1871, son Matthew Henry was an apprentice grocer with Edward Young, 13 St John St, Stamford, Lincolnshire. Son William Goodliffe, aged 16, was boarding with his uncle, Robert Mould at Crawthorne St, Peterborough.

1881 census:

Simmons MOULD 60 farmer -
Anna 53 wife Kings Cliffe
John S 29   Wood Newton
Mary 17   Wood Newton
Sarah J 11   Wood Newton
Anna Culpin 84 relative Lambley Lodge

In 1881, William Goodliffe Mould was boarding at 17 Wellington St, Nottingham, and was an ironmonger. He married Julia Annie JACKSON in Sep 1882 in Nottingham (Nottingham 7b/516). They had two children: Percy Jackson and Effie Ada.

Anna died in Jun 1890, aged 62, at Wood Newton (Oundle 3b/122).

In the 1891 census, Simmons was living at Wood Newton with his son John Simmons, daughter Sarah Jane and grand-daughter Ethel Landin, aged 6 (daughter of Anna Mould and her husband Robert Landin).

Also in the 1891 census Frederic and Mary are running a grocer's shop at Stibbington, Huntingdonshire:

Simmons Mould died in March 1893, aged 72, at Wood Newton (Oundle 3b/132.

In 1901 John Simmons MOULD is still living at Wood Newton, running the farm. He had married Kate Martha MASON in 1898 (Dec qtr Leicester 7a/602).

By 1911, John and Kate had moved to Filbert Villa, Benefield Road, Oundle, where John was the Caretaker of the house:

Kate Martha died in Oundle in June qtr 1926 (Oundle 3b/196) and her husband John Simmons MOULD died in Oundle in early 1927 (Mar qtr Oundle 3b/290).


Sarah Goodliffe Culpin

Sarah married in Dec 1853 to Edward EDGSON (Oundle 3b/497). Edward was a tailor and grocer, and they lived first in Morcott, then Kings Cliffe. They had 9 children:


                                 |                               |
                      Sarah Goodliffe CULPIN=======v=======Edward EDGSON
                             1827-1890            1863      1821-1893
                                                    |
       |-----------|-----------|---------|----------|---------|--------------|----------|--------|
      John       James       William   Henry     Charles    Edward       Frederick    Arnold   Annie
     1854-      1856-1863  1858-1863   1860-      1861-    1863-1879      1866-       1867-  1869-1897
       |           |           |         |          |         |              |
     m:1877                                                  m:            m:1900
Elizabeth DIXON                                          Julia SLIGHT   Bertha HAGGER
       |                                                      |              |
       |-Annie                                                |-Gertrude     |William     
         1878-                                                  1887-         1903-
       |-Edward                                               |-Mabel        |-Gladys
         1880-                                                  1888-          1903-
       |-James
         1881-
       |-Margaret
         1887-

Anne b.1856, Mary (Pollie) b.1864 and Sarah Jane b.1870

John Thomas Sep 1854 Morcott
James Edward Jun 1856 Morcott
William Jun 1858 Kings Cliffe
Henry Mar 1860 Kings Cliffe
Charles Dec 1861 Kings Cliffe
Edward Sep 1863 Kings Cliffe
Frederick Jun 1866 Kings Cliffe
Arnold Goodliffe Dec 1867 Kings Cliffe
Annie Bethiah Sep 1869 Kings Cliffe

In 1861 1871 1881 1891 and 1901 they lived at Park St, Kings Cliffe. By 1911, son Frederick and wife Bertha had taken over the grocery and drapery busness.

1861 Census
1871 Census

1881 Census

1891 Census

1901 Census

1911 Census

Sarah Goodliffe Edgson died at Kings Cliffe, Jun 1898 (Oundle 3b/119).

Edward retired and lived with his oldest son John, who became the draper and grocer at Morcott:

Edward died in mid 1916 (June qtr, Uppingham 7a/378.


Mary Culpin

Mary married in Sep 1856 (Oundle 3b/309) to John STANYON, a carpenter and wheelwright, also of Kings Cliffe. In the 1861 census they are living at Tansor, but moved to Ketton between 1865 and 1867. Mary and John had 6 children:

William 1858 Tansor
John Mar 1859 Tansor (Oundle 3b/209
Charles Dec 1860 Tansor (Oundle 3b/197
Mary 1865 Tansor
Robert Dec 1866 Ketton (Stamford 7a/284)
Richard Dec 1868 Ketton (Stamford 7a/276)

In the 1871 census they are living in Ketton, in 1881 they are at Luffenham Rd, Ketton. In the 1891 census, Mary and John are at Church St, Ketton, with youngest son Richard. In 1901, they are at Station Rd, Ketton, with their daughter Mary aged 36 and unmarried.

John died in Mar 1906 (Stamford 7a/228) aged 82.
Mary died in Dec 1906 (Stamford 7a/200) aged 74.


John Culpin

Son John was a baker, and married Fanny NICHOLLS in the March quarter 1860 at Kendal. John and Fanny had 7 children:


                              |                          |
                          John CULPIN=======v=======Fanny NICHOLLS
                          1827-1890        1860      1821-1893
                                            |
        |----------|----------------|-------|-----------|---------------|-------------|
      Annie       John            Fanny   Lydia     Lydia(Lily)       Frank         Ethra
      1860-       1862-           1865-  1867-1858     1870-          1872-         1876-
       |           |                |        |          |               |             |
     m:1890      m:1892           m:1898              m:1890          m:1896        m:1909
John HOPKINS  Lucy STAFFORD Frederick FRANKLAND  Harry CHAMBERLAIN Annie ROBINSON Walter WARD
       |           |                |                   |               |             |

Annie Amelia Dec 1860 Radford 7b/158
John Jun 1862 Radford 7b/178
Fanny Mary Mar 1864 Kettering 3b/186
Lydia Sarah Sep 1867 - Sep 1868 Uppingham 7a/261
Lily (Lydia) Sarah Sep 1870 Uppingham 7a/280
Frank William Jun 1872 Uppingham 7a/294
Ethra Jenny Mar 1876 Uppingham 7a/364

They appear to have lived in several different towns. In 1861 they were at South St, Radford; in 1871 they had settled at Great Easton, Leicestershire, where they remained in 1881 and 1891 and 1901.


1861 Census


1871 Census


1881 Census

1891 Census

1901 Census

John died in Jun 1918 (Uppingham 7a/340) aged 83.
Fanny died in Jun 1926 (Uppingham 7a/341) aged 91.


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