| She was still alive in 1761 when her husband, Thomas Kirrich, made|
|married (1) |
married (2) 5 July 1730 at Denver, Norfolk
of Downham Market
will dated 24 September 1761
and proved 26 August 1765,
Notes: 1n 1730 he was decribed as 'of Watlington', in 1747 and 1749
as 'of Downham Market' and in 1761 as 'of Outwell'.
In 1747 and 1749 he is described as a farmer while in his will of 1761
he described himself as a 'common brewer'.
He was left sums of money in the will of James Woollison in 1747 and
also in the will of the latter's widow, Catherine Wollaston, 1749.
His will, dated 1761, which mentions the children of William Wollaston
wheelwright of Kings Lynn, is my main evidence for the identification
of this William Wollaston wheelwright with William the son of Matthew
Woolerston mentioned in Matthew's will of 1730.
|children of Elizabeth and Matthew Woolerston|
|William Wollaston circa 1716-1771|
of Kings Lynn
born circa 1716, (assumption - based on father's will)
died September 1771
Margaret died 1763
married (2) 30 August 1764 at St. Nicholas, Kings Lynn
Elizabeth died 1798