Their first son John (3) was born and baptised on the 25th October 1652 followed by a daughter Elizabeth who was baptised on the 26th September 1654 and another daughter Sarah baptised on the 19th January 1657.
Their son William was born and baptised on the 13th May 1659 but Alice died in December and was buried on the 24th December 1659.
John (2) later remarried Mary Mitchell, spinster aged 50, from Rickling at Takeley, Essex on the 9th September 1665.
Mary’s mother died in 1668 and in her will, prepared in 1666, she bequeathed ‘unto the four children of her son-in-law, John Hutley of Abbis Roothing, the sum of forty shillings to be paid to each of them within eight years of her decease.’
It is uncertain as to who the fourth child she referred to was as John is only known at this time to have had 3 surviving children, referring to such in his will. John (2) however died in 1673 and was buried. In his will dated the 17th July 1673 he bequeathed to his beloved wife Mary all the ‘household linen and stuff’ she had brought with her.
John (3) married Judith Glasscock on July 27th 1675 at North Weald Bassett.
Their first son, also named John (3) was born and baptised at Abbas Roothing (now called Abbess Roding) on the 18th July 1676 .
Their next son Thomas was born in 1677 and was baptised on the 22nd February 1678.
There followed two daughters for John and Judith, first was Judith baptised on the 20th July 1680 whilst they still lived in Abbas Roothing.
However in the next few years both John and Judith moved to Willingale Doe where they continued to farm and their second daughter Avis was born, being baptised on the 27th June 1687.