East Hoathley, Sussex

Richard Hunnisett (1776-1845) of Ripe and Laughton had three of his children baptised in East Hoathly early in the 19th century and at least two of his children lived in East Hoathly. His youngest son, George, was a bricklayer in East Hoathly whose wife had no children. The headstones below all relate to descendants of another son, Richard (1808-1884), also a bricklayer.

View of East Hoathly Church
The Parish Church of East Hoathly

Some 'Hunnisett' MIs found in the churchyard

MI of John Pentecost Hunnisett

In ever loving memory
who passed away 30th Novr 1878
aged 33 years

Jesus said I am the resurrection and
the life He that believeth in Me though
he were dead so shall he live

Also of his wife
who fell asleep 3 Feby 1925
aged 75 years

Whosoever liveth and believeth in Me
shall never die

John was a grandson of Richard (1776-1845)
and a bricklayer, like his father

MI of John Pentecost Hunnisett

In loving memory of
who died April 22nd 1882
aged 12 months
Also of
who died Decr 19th 1882
aged 6 weeks

Jesus said suffer little children
to come unto Me and forbid them
not for such is the kngdom
of heaven - Luke 18:16

Children of Richard & Mary (below)

MI of Richard Hunnisett

loving memory of
who died 19th Jan 1930
aged 91 years
Also of
MARY his wife
who died 28th Octr 1905
aged 64 years

Richard was John's brother,
another grandson of Richard (1776-1845)
and also a bricklayer, like his father

AMY G HUNNISETT died 30th March 1955 aged 46 years At rest
Also of her father ALBERT HUNNISETT died 19th October 1955 aged 82 years
And her mother MARY JANE HUNNISETT died 8th May 1959 aged 72 years

Albert was a son of John Pentecost Hunnisett (above)
He was a gardener on the flower farm in East Hoathly