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CONTENTS. 

Names of Subscribers . . . . . . . . . . . . i 

Forewords . . . . . . . . , . , . . , iii 

Books Relating to Canterbury, by J. M. C. . . . . vii 

Explanation of Abbreviations . . . . . . . . viii 

T? Marriage Allegations . . . . . . . . , . . , i 

Index of Matches — Females . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 5 

Index of Stray Names.. .. .. .. .. .. 1153 

Index of Places beyond the County of Kent .. .. 1204 

Index of Trades and Professions .. .. .. .. 1206 



NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS. 



Copie 
Amherst, of Hackney, The Right Hon. Lord. <?, Grosvenor Square, W. 

Payne-Smith, The Very Reverend, Robert, D.D., Dean of Canterbury 

Cust, The Lady Ehzabeth. / 7, Ecdestoii Square, S. W. 

Grace, Mrs. INI. P. 70, Belgrave Square, S.W. 

Anderson, Alderman J. A. Hillside House, Faversham 

Athill, Charles H., Esq., F.S.A. Richmond Herald. Colltge of Anns, B.C. . . 

Bottle, Alexander, Esq. 4, Godivyne Road, Dover . . 

Boyle, Colonel the Hon. Robert P>. 0, Stunner Terrace, Onslo'cu Square, S.W. . . 

British Museum, l"he. London . . 

Brown, James Roberts, Esq. 7, Trei^unler Road, Kensington, S. W. 

Browing, Arthur Giraud, Esq., P\S.A. Spencer Lodge, Wandsivorth Common, S. W. 

Canterbury Corporation Library. Canterbury 

Central Library, The. Syracuse, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Chapman, H. Mapleton, Esq. 6". Martin s Priory, Canterbury 

Clark, George 'P., Esq. Talygarn, Llantrissent {cjo Messrs. Hy. Sotheran and Co., 
London 

Cokayne, George Edward, Esq., F.S.A. Norroy King of Arms. College of 
Arms, E.C. 

Crisp, Fred A., Esq. Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S.L'. 

CuUeton, Leo., Esq. -'5, Cranbourn Street, W.C. . . 

Dawes, Sir Edwyn Sandys, K.C.RLG. Mount Ephraim, Hernhill, Faversham . . 

Duncan, Leiand Lewis, Esq., F.S.A. Rosslair, Lingard's Road, L^ewishani, S.E. 

Foster, Joseph, Esq., M.A. Oxon. Ji, Boundary Road, N.W. 

Fry, George S., Esq. Ccedmon, Albert Road, Walthamstow . . 

Gibbs, Henry Hucks, Esq., F.S.A. Aldenham House, Elstree, Herts. . . 

Goodwin, The Rev. Leslie E., M.A. Aldington Rectory, Hythe 

Griffin, Herbert J., Esq. Iquique, Chili . , 

Heaton, John Henniker, Esq., M.P. jC, Eaton Square, S.W. 

Henniker-Gotley, The Rev. George. Gtvve House, Wtin, Salop 

Hovenden, Robert, Esq., F.S.A. Park Hill Road, Croydon . . 

Kent Archaeological Society, The. Maidstone 

Langley, A. F., Esq. Golding, Peterston super Ely, Cardiff . . 

Lea, J. Henry, Esq. Cedarhurst, Fairhaveti, Mass., U.S.A. {cjo Messrs. B/oivn, 
fatison aud Co., ^2, Abchurch Lane, E.C.) 

Lockett, Cyril, Esq. Alexandra Drive, Liverpool . . 

^laddison, Rev. A. R., ALA., F.S.A. Vicars' Court, Lincoln 



11 CANTERBURY MARRIAGE LICENCES. 

Copies 
Marshnll, George William, Esq., L.L.D., F.S.A., Rouge Croi.\. College of 

Arms, E.C. . . 
Marsham, The Hon. Robert, M.A., F.S.A., F.(i.S. 5, Chesterfield Street 

Mayfair, W. . . '. 

Mason, Charles A. J., Esq. jq, Emperor's Gate, S. W. 
May, Sam. P.. Esq. :?yj, Centre Street, Newton, Mass., U.S.A. 
Mercer, William John, Esq. /.?, Marine Parade, Maigate . . 
Moens, William John Charles, Esq., F.S.A. Tweed, Lymington, Hampshire 
Morin, Alex., Esq. High Holborn, W.C. . . 

Munch", lizekiel W., Esq. Central Library, Syracuse, NtW York, U.S.A. 
New England Historic Genealogical Society. iS, Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 
" U.S.A., per John Ward Dean, Esq., Librarian 

Nicholls, J. Mayne, Esq. _'', Woodhouse Terrace, Falmouth 

Oliver, Vere L., Esq. Whitmore Lodge, Sunninghill 

Pembroke, George P. A., Esq. //, King's Bench Walk, Inner Temple, E.C. 

Scott-Gatty, A. S., Esq., F.S.A. York Herald. College of Arms, E.C. 

Smith, Major-General W. H. u, St. Geoiges Square, Primrose Hill, N.W. 

Thornton, Major-General H. T. Junior United Service Club, and ^j, St. Gear 

Place, Canterbury 
Tritton, J. H., Esq. jV, Lombard Street, E.C. 

Unwin, George, Esq. Chilworth, Surrey, and 24, Pilgrim Street, E.C. 
Venn, Dr. John. Caius College, Cambridge 
Welch, Charles, Esq., F.S.A. For the Library of the Corporation of London 

Guildhall, E.C. 
Wilkic, Rev. Christopher Hales, M.A. Kingslojie Rectory, Canterbury 
Woods, Sir Albert William, K.C.RLG., C.B., F.S.A. Garter King of Arms 

College of Arms, E.C. .. 



FOREWORDS. 



Tlie First Series of these Marriage Licences, issued two years ago, brought 
the work to the end of the year 1618 ; this Series closes on March 24, 1 660-1. 
The two series thus cover a period of ninety-three 3'ears, and contain about 18,000 
Marriage Allegations. If the Allegations in this volume are compared with those 
in the former, it will be seen that they give much more information, and that 
they are, consequently, very much longer. I could, it is true, have made my 
entries shorter by eliminating many details, but every elimination would have meant 
the suppression of some useful or interesting matter. I might, for instance, have 
omitted all reference to wedding dinners, wedding drinkings, wedding courtesies ; 
the foul ways which prevented the interested parties from getting to Canterbury ; and 
the reasons which induced persons, bent on matrimon\', to prefer a particular 
church in which to be married. But then 1 should ha^■e left all the amusement 
out of the book, and deprived my readers of the good (and bad) stories it contains, 
and so have reduced it to a " proper " and dry-as-dust condition. I might, too, 
have omitted thousands of the " stray names ; " but instead, and notwithstanding 
the labour involved, I have endeavoured to give the whole of them, in the hope 
that they may add to the usefulness of the work ; for they frequently give a clue 
to the parishes in which families bearing the same name may be looked for. It 
may also be noted that, whatever may be the value of the information here given, 
that information is not limited to the County of Kent. A reference to the third 
Index will show that places as far apart as Edinburgh and the Isle of Wight, 
Lincoln and Holland, and Bristol and Calais, are represented, while the references 
to London arc numerous. 

It is necessary to draw attention to certain deficiencies in this Series. In 
June, 1627, four pages of Allegations are missing. These pages probably contained 
ten entries ; eight or nine of these I have supplied from various jjarish registers, 
to each one so supplied, I have added a note. In 1643 there is a more serious 
gap, which will be best explained by giving William Somner's own account of it. 
On fol. 192, Vol. O., he wrote : — 

" M"^ that by reason of the distraining and seizing of this amongst other 
book's belonging to the oflice for non payment of a certaine Sesse imposed 
on the Registers, by vertue of an ordinance of Parliament,* the Licences 
happening from and after these last menc'oned vntill the xiiijth of October 

* The reader should consult "The Journals of the House of Commons," April 14, 1643. 



IV CANTF.RTiURV MARRIAGK LICKNCES. 

then next following, were entered and recorded in a certaine small paper hooke 
made for that pur])ose and couered w*'' ]iarchm*, wliere they may be found by 
the helpe of an Index at the end thereof. W : Somner." 

The number of Allegations lost (so far) b}' this curious and untoward event is 
about seventy, of which I have recovered from registers twenty-three. I need 
hardly say I have made diligent search for the " certaine small paper booke " in 
every place accessible to me ; but there is one place which, owing to my absence 
from home on the two da}-s in each week on which the Cathedral Library is open, 
I have not searched. I refer to tlie room in which William Somner's manuscripts 
are kept. 

In 1640 there is another gap. The six lea\-es following leaf 69 of Vol. P. have 
disappeared. They were probably lost when the volume was bound or re-bound, 
for the edges of the book have been cut. According to the Index the six leaves 
contained 34 allegations, ol which I ha\e recovered 17 from parish registers; that 
is to say, I have found 17 marriages which followed the making of the lost allega- 
tions. Such as I have not succeeded in tracing will be found under the names as 
they stand in the Index to Vol. P. {See Barham et Dawson, col. 60.) 

Then there is the period between July 30, 1646, and August 17, 1660. Here 
there is nothing to recover, for the simple reason that the functions of Archbishops, 
Archdeacons, and Registrars, as well as the issue of Marriage Licences, were 
suspended. It is useless to lament over what is lost : it is well to be thankful for 
what we have left. And surely we have special reasons for being thankful, first, 
that William Somner recovered his books from the hands of the tax collector, and, 
second, that Somner, or some person of a like mind, managed to preserve the books 
during the perilous years 1646 to 1660.-'^ 

And here, before I finally dismiss this list of what is missing, I must confess 
to two omissions of my own, and ask the reader to supply them, (i) To the 
allegation made by Thomas [enkcn of Westh^'the (col. 548), add " At S. George's, 
Cant." (2) To that made by Thomas Parramore of Waltham (col. 740), add "At 
S. Martin's, Cant." 

Of what I may call uncommon Christian names but few will be found in this 
volume, and of names which may be styled uncouth fewer still. Such names as 
Faith, Hope, Charity, Mercy, Prudence, Patience, and Pleasant, have generally been 
more or less popular, and the Puritans certainly had no monopoly of these, any 
more than they had of the names of Patriarchs, Prophets, Evangelists, Apostles, 
and other Biblical characters. Now and then a scriptural name certainly has an 
odd look, but that is about all. Of these unusual names I quote the following : — 
Abdias Pownoll, Abovehope Sharpie, Alveridus Hills, Appia Pyend, Atherie Straine, 
Avarus Mount, Bashia Sharpie, Barsheba Betts, Bethulia Pierce, Booz Parker (feyn.), 
Bruno Disbro, Cassamera Mathews, Dccmos Goldie, Egidia Tasseels, Elisan Day, 
Emblem Wright, Fortunatus Gray, Fortune Downe, Freegift Boorne, Godly 
* The Noncomformists of Canterbury did not take formal possession of the Cathedral until the sth 

day of the 5th month, 1650. Sec Minute Book, Guildhall Street Chapel, Canterbury. 



FOREWORDS. V 

. Edwardes, Godward Freeman, Hopostill TiUlfn, Isa Kennett, Jov Star, judeos 
Ferrers, Lezard (Eleazar) Day, Moravia Taylor, Xinian Burrell, Nisell Tritton, 
Noneus Dolman, Obedience Cruttenden, Persis Taylor, Peace Fowesden, Please 
vSwinford, Redeemed Compton, Remember Death Comper, Remembrance Smith, 
Repent Clarke, Repentance Garrett, Rosania Sayer, Sacra Hutchcn, Surctriist 
^^'illiams, Synollus Bell, Temperance Huntlc}-, Tremor Allam, Triih- Jones, 
Zutphania Clive. 

I have included Alveridus in the above list, as I take it to mean Alberedus or 
Aluredus, the Latin form of Alfred, aiul this is, I belie\e, the only instance in which 
I have met with the name in all my researches among the parish registers, etc., of 
Kent before the year 1801. The list includes the names Repent and Repentance, 
and this induces me to say a few words on the curiously suggestive names which 
were. often bestowed on illegitimate children. For these the minister was, I imagine, 
responsible ; for one mother brought such a child to be baptized, and it was named 
Lament. In due course she brought another, and that was named Lament. When 
she brought the third, the parson seems to have given licr up, for number three 
was christened Tcrtiits. At Eastchurch, in 1578, Doubtful and Lamentable, both 
base-born, were christened; at Headcorn, about 1570, Creature; at Kingsnorth, 
1609, Strange ; at Marden, between 1578 and 1624, there were six Repents, and two 
Repentances; at Alilton near Sittingbourne, I find Lamentation and. Repentance ; 
At Minster in Sheppy, Desolate and Iphtajih ; at Sturry, between 1604 and 161 1, 
four children were named Repentance; and at Kingsdown, on Dec. 28, 1581, was 
baptized " Liocent Day, sone of on (one) Day." All these children are registered 
as illegitimate. 

The following, culled from various sources, may, I think, be accepted as of 
Puritanic origin :— Asgodwill, son of Anthony Kingesmvll, Mcar of Milton near 
Sittingbourne ; Attained Smith, of Goudhurst ; Bethankfull Cunny, of iMarden ; 
Careful Somersall, sojourner in Fairfield ; Comfort Tomkins, of Lydd ; Consider 
Janson, of Goudhurst; Creata Gooddin, of Kennington ; Living Goldsmith, of 
Hinxhill ; Faintnot ^^'ine, of Eastwell ; Feare (}od Butler, of Goudhurst; Fearnot 
Cressid, ot Warehorn ; Forbade Bates, of ]\Llton near Sittingbourne ; Friendless 
Knott, of Harbledown ; Honour-the Lord, son of Abraham Lorde, of Kennino-ton: 
Indued Ellis, of ^lilton near Sittingbourne ; Increased Collins, of Sittingbourne : 
Joyous Eaton, of S. ]Mar3-'s in Dover ; Alorebread Glover and Humilitv Reyner, of 
Lydd ; Morefruit Ersden, of [Marden ; Nazareth Ramsdeu, Nazareth Maplesden, 
Nazareth Kinker, Nazareth Barber, Nazareth Sibley, and Nazareth Bathirst, all of 
Goudhurst, between 1603 and 1634; Renewed Stevens, of ^Nlarden ; Serajihin 
Markettman, of Lydd ; Silence Turner, of Faversham ; and Truthanna Lintut, of 
Marden. Hamlet Page, Avho was buried at Harbledown in 150:;, must not be 
included in any list of Puritan names ; while Sufficient, the ieulh daughter of John 
Grimston, Vicar of Lyminge, grimly suggests that the good vicar thought his qui\er 
was full. 

From 1 66 1 to 1700 the interest of these Canterbury Allegations is well main- 
tained. To bring them to the end of the year 1700, three more volumes will be 



"\"i CAN" n-.Kr,rk\ .MARKrA<;K i,R;i;xci-,s. 

necessary ; volumt-s nf)t so bulky as this, Init larger, I Icar, ihan ilic first. After 
1700 the Alleviations are little nK.ire than a ilr\ list ot names. Useful to the 
gene.alogist, no doubt, but jtresentins' nothing of sufficient interest to induce a 
l)rivnte person to embark on the wilil speculatiim of printing them. 

AT}' best thanks are again due to the Riglit ive\erend the Lord i>isli(i]i of Dover, 
uiu>, as Archdeacon of Canterbury, has, as usual, afforded me <-very facility for 
doing mv work with the least inconvenience to m\self ; also to Mr. .\Ilen Fielding, 
tlie Deputv Registrar, wlimn I ha\'e tn.uibled times without number, hut hav(.' ne\'er 
^^'earied. 

j. M. C'OWPI'.R. 
St. j\In,DkKD'.s, 

Caxtkrki'rv, 

C/iris/iiiax Evl, /Si)/. 



SorkfJ lUktiufl to Cimtcrburjr 



J. M. GOWPER 



1. Our Parish Books nnd what Thi^y Tell Us. Holy Cross. 188-t-a. 2 Vols. 

Canterbury : Cross and Jacknian. 

2. Hand-Book for Canterbury nnd Canterbury Cathedral. 1886. Canterbury : 

Cinder. 

3. Accounts of the Churchwardens of St. Dunstan's, M8i-lo8U. Reprinted from 

Arch.eolog[a Canti.wa. 1886. 

4. The Registers of St. Dunstan's, 1.0r,9-IS()O. Privately Printed, 1887. 

■3. The Registers of St. Peter's, 1.060-1800. Privately printed, 1888. 

G. The Memorial Inscriptions in the Cliurch and Clnirchvard of Holy Cross. 
Privately printed, 1889. 

7. The Registers of St. Alphage, 1-5.)S-1800. Privately printed, 1889. 

8. The Registers of St. Mary .Magdalene. 1.559-1800. Privately printed, 1890. 

9. The Regi.sters of St. George the Martyr, 1538-1800. Privately printed, 1891. 

10. Canterbury Marriage Licences, 1568-1618 (First Series). Privately printed, 1892. 

11. The Registers of St. Paul's, 1562-1800. Privately printed, 1893. 

12. Canterbury Marriage Licences, 1619-1660 (Second Series). Privately printed, 

1894. 

NEARLY READY FOR THE PRESS: 
Canterbury Marriage Licences, 1661-1673 (Third Series). 

The Monumental Inscriptions of Canterbury Cathedral, from 1376 to the 
present time, with numerous biographical notes. 



EXPLANATION 



ABBREVIATIONS 



USED IX THIS VOLUME. 



ba. = bachelor. 

bonds. = bondsman, or, bondsmen. 

Cant. = Canterbury. 

Cli. Ch. = Christ Church (Canterbury Cathedral.) 

(1. = daug-hter. 

dec. = deceased. 

g. =: gentleman. 

govt. = government. 

husb. := husbandman. 

S. I\I. = St. :\Iary. 

s. p. = of the same parish, or, of the same place. 

spr. = spinster. 

V. = virgin. 

w. = widow. 

widr. = widower. 

yeom. = yeoman. 



Ciinti:rlntrg ^arriagi^ girenr^g. 



V 



Abbitt, John, of Wingham, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Joan Cox of Great 
Hardres, v., about 28, d. of Elizabeth 
Cox, s. p., w., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. John Atwood of, 
G. Hardres, husb., and Thomas Cox, 
s. p., husb., bonds. Dec. 17, 1639. 

Abbot, Christopher, of All Saints', Cant., 
woolcomber, ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Catherine Merser of 
S. Mildred's, Cant., v., about 24, d. 
of John Merser, s. p., tailor, who 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Jan. 6, 1643. 

Abbot, Ralph, of Bethersden, clerk, ba., 
about 44, and Joan Haccomplaint of 
Ashford, w. of Mr. James Haccom- 
plaint, late of Egerton, dec. At 
A Ashford or Shadoxhurst. John Har- 

^ flete of Shadoxhurst, g., bonds., 
Jan. 5, 1641. 

Abbott, Stephen, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 40, and Joan Dog- 
gett now or late of S. Bartholomew's 
Hospital n. Sandwich, w. of Robert 
Doggett of Birchington, dec. At S. 
Peter's aforesaid. Oct. 15, 1622. 

Abbott, Thomas, of All Saints', Cant., 
woolcomber, ba., about 21, whose 
parents are dead, and Elizabeth 
Fowle of S. M. Bredman, Cant., v., 
about 20, d. of John Fowle, s. p., 
baker, who consents. At S. George's, 
Cant. June 24, 1643. 

Abraham (Abram), Edward, and Ann 
Packhenham, of Boughton Blean. 
At -same. Dec. 20, 1624. 

Abraham, Jefifery, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Troward, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
whose mother, Mary Nethersole, 
alias Troward, now wife of Richard 
Nethersole, s. p., consents, as is 
testified by her brother, Richard 
Troward of S. Lawrence. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 8, 1625. 



Abraham, Michael, of Egerton, husb., 
ba., about 32, and Susan Nash, s. p., 
maiden, about 22, d. of Robert Nash, 
s. p., husb., dec. about 7 years since, 
and now in the govt, of Joan Nash, 
s. p., w., her mother, who consents, 
as is testified by James Nash, s. p., 
husb., brother of Susan. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Nov. 2, 1620. 

Abraham, Reginald, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., ba., about 23, whose father, 
Matthew Abraham, s. p., consents, 
and Margaret Marketman, s. p., v., 
about 23, whose parents are dead. 
At. S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Spencer senior, and John Spencer 
junior, of B. Blean, yeomen, bonds. 
March 11, 1640. 

Abraham, Thomas, of Maidstone, malt- 
ster, widr., about 40, and Mary 
Beale, s. p., w., about 40, relict of Alex- 
ander Beale, s. p., cheesemonger, 
dec. about 3 years since. At same. 
Sept. 14, 1621. 

Acres, Robert. &^ Akers. 

Acton, Lawrence, of Sutton Valence, 
clothier, ba., about 30, and Catherine 
Bishop, s. p., v., about 22, d. of John 
Bishop, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Bishop, her 
brother. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Dec. 14, 1625. 

Acton, Richard, of Leeds, clothier, ba., 
about 34, and Mary Post of Maidstone, 
maiden, about 27, d. of William 
Post, s. p., cloth-worker, who con- 
sents. At Leeds or Maidstone. 
Nov. 30, 1622. 

Acton, Richard, of Leeds, clothier, widr., 
about 39, and Ann Fisher of Bough- 
ton Monchelsea, v., about 23, whose 
mother consents. At Langley, 
because her mother is desirous to 
have them to be married there, and 
doth intend to accompany them 
thither. Jan. 29, 1628. 



CANTERBURY 



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Adams, Alexander, of Eastry, maltman, 
ba., about 27, and Alice Smith, s. 
p., maiden, about 24, d. of William 
Smith, s. p., husb., who consents, 
as is testified by Nicholas Adams of 
Woodnesborough, husb. At Eastry. 
Jan. 25, 1627. 

Adams, Alfxander, of Eastry, husb., 
\vidr., and Elizabeth Hayward of 
Woodnesborough, v., about 27 or 28, 
d. of Ellen Adams, alias Hayward, 
who consents, as is testified by her 
husband, Nicholas Adams. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Dec. 16. 1641. 

Adams, Andrew, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba., about 50, and Ann Stone of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., w., about 30, relict 
of George Stone of Cosmus Blean, 
dec. At S. Dunstan's. Jan. 4, 1619. 

Adams, Edward, of Cant., g., ba., about 
24. and Mary Rumfeild of Sts. 
Cosmus and Damian, Blean. v., 
about 22, d. of John Rumfeild of 
Cant., tailor, who consents. At S. 
James's in Dover or Thanington. 
"Nov. 11, 1640. 

Adams, George, of Bencnden, and Ann 
Adams of Lenham. At Lenham. 
March 14, 1636. 

Adams, Henry, of Hollingbourne. husb., 
ba., about 30, and Susanna Hinck- 
ley of Harrietsham, v., 30 and 
upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At Deal. Peter Osborne of Cant., 
ostler, bonds. July 3, 1639. 

Adams, Isaac, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, yeom., ba., about 22, whose 
father, Thomas Adams, consents, and 
Pllizabrth Safery, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Vincent Saferey, s. p., maltster, 
who also consents. At S.Clement's in 
Sandwich. Edward Christian and 
Peter De Lanoy, of Cant., tailors, 
bonds. Aug. 3, 1642. 

Adams, John, of Maidstone, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Margaret Post, s. p., 
w., about 29, relict of Thomas Post, 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Ian. 17, 1619. 

Adams, John, of Sturry, carpenter, ba., 
about 30, and Mary Page, s. p., 
maiden, about 26, d. of John Page, 
s. p., dec. about 10 years since. At 
Sturry. Sept. 25, 1622. 

Adams, John, of Goodnestone n. Wing- 
ham, husb., ba., about 30, and Susan 
Creake of Ash, maiden, about 22, d. 
of [blank] Creake, dec, and now in 



the govt, of her molher, Joan Creake, 
alias Jorden, of Ash, w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by William 
Adams of Goodnestone aforesaid. 
At Ash. Nov. 4, 1622. 

Adams, John, of Stone in Oxney, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Allen, s. p., vv. 
of Henry Allen, late of Wittersham, 
dec. At same. William Springeit, 
s. p., yeom., bonds. Oct. 16, 1628. 

Adams, John, of Goodnestone n. Wing- 
ham, yeom., widr., and Elizabeth 
Falkley of P^astry, w. of Thomas 
Falkley, late dec. At S. George's, 
Cant. Gabriel Richardes of G. n. 
Wingham, g.. bonds. June 5, 1634. 

*Adams, John, of Hythe, husb., ba , 
about 25, and Sylvester Baker, s. p., 
w. of James Baker, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's. Cant. William 
Ford red of Hythe, cordwainer, 
bonds. Aug., 19, 1639. 

Adams, John, of Ash, husb.. ba., about 
22, whose father, Thomas Adams, 
consents, and Margaret Browinge 
of S. Mary's in Sandwich, v., about 
18, d. of Alargaret Browinge, s. p., 
w., who also consents. At S. Mary's 
in S., or Woodnesborough. Richard 
Saunders of Ash, yeom., bonds. Nov. 
11, 1641. Note. In the original 
this allegation is entered between 
Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 1641. 

Adams, John, of Staple, husb., ba., 30 
and upwards, and Parnell, alias 
Petronell, Cartricke. s. p., v., about 
24, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Dec. 27, 1044. 

Adams, John, of Walmer, ba.. about 29, 
and Elizabeth Williams of S. James's 
in Dover, v., about 17, d. of Eliza- 
beth Gillow, alias Williams, s. p., 
who consents. At S. James's in D. 
Feb. 10, 1644. 

Adams, Ralph, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
butclier, ba., about 23, and Ann 
Stokes of S. Mildred's, Cant., w. of 
Edward Stokes, dec. At S.Mildred's, 
Cant. Thomas Gunn of Cant., 
butcher, bonds. March 20, 1644. 

Adams, Robert, of Favcrsham, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 29, and Margaret 
Bonnet, s. p., v.. about 28, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. William Clench of 
Eaversham, g., bonds. Abril 7, 1629. 

Adams, Stephen, of Ash, husb., widr.^ 
and Catherine Worsley, s. p., v. 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



about 41. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Ralph Winford of Ash, husb., bonds. 
Sept. 25, 1634. 

Adams, Thomas, and Rosa Goodin, of 
S. Peter's in Sandwich. At same. 
Nov. 30, 1629. 

Adams, Thomas, of Leeds, husb., widr., 
and Jane Curd of Brenchley, w. of 
[blank] Curd, late s. p., dec. At 
Leeds or Langley. July 20, 1641. 

Adams, Thomas, of Faversham, seaman, 
ba., about 26, and RLargaret Ince 
[or Juce], s. p., w. of George Ince 
[or Juce], late s. p., dec. At Ospringe 
or Freslon n. Faversham. Matthias 
Hewes of Faversham, tailor, bonds. 
July 3, 1644. 

Adams, William, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, yeom., ba., about 30, and 
Alice Tailer, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
d. of Simon Tailer of Woodnes- 
borough, husb., who consents. At 
S. M. RIagdalene, Cant. Oct. 27, 
1623. 

Adams, William, of Lydd, husb., ba., 
22 and upwards, son of William 
Adams of Brookland, yeom., who 
consents, and Anna Parkes of Lydd, 
w. of William Parkes, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. April 24, 
1632, 

Adams, William, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Jane Whitfield, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Cathetine Whit- 
field, s. p., w., who consents. At S. 
Martin's, Cant. Thomas Whitehead 
of Eastry, husb., bonds. Dec. 10, 
1635. 

Adams, William, of Ringwould, husb., 
ba., about 26 or 27, whose father, 
Nicholas Adams, consents, and Sarah 
Riple, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Anthony Ripple, s. p., tailor, who 
also consents At same. Feb. 20, 
1638. 

Adoocke, William, of Minster in Thanet, 
butcher, ba., about 38, and Elizabeth 
Hayward of Sandwicli, w. of Edward 
Hayward, late s. p., butcher, dec. 
At S. Peter's in Sandwich. Nov. 
29, 1632. 

Ad kins, James, of S. James's in Dover, 
ba., about 22, and Alice Perkin, s. 
p., v., about 26, d. of Sylvester Per- 
kins, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Lockwood. At 
same. Dec. 19, 1637. See Atkins. 



Adman, Christopher, of Charing, husb., 
ba., about 45. and Joan Manger of 
Acrise, v., about 30, d. of William 
Manger, s. p., who consents. At 
Acri.se. Sept. 30, 1634. 

Adman, John, of Folkestone, husb., ba., 
about 47, and Cicely Giddins, s. p., 
w., about the like age, relict of 
Thomas Giddins, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 6, 1626. 

Adman, John, of Brabourne, husb., ba., 
about 31, and Hanna Prior of Lydd, 
v., about 22, whose mother consents. 
At S. Mildred s. Cant. Henry 
Inmeeth of Ruckinge, and Edward 
Edmueth of Bonnington, yeomen, 
bonds. May 4, 1637. 

Adman, Thomas, of Harrietsham, cord- 
wainer, widr., about 48, and Mary 
Pell of Smarden, w. of Richard Pell, 
late dec. At Boughton IMalherbe. 
Edward Poore of Hollingbourne, 
yeom., bonds. June 8, 1630. 

Adman, Thomas, of Faversham, husb, 
ba., about 26, whose mother con- 
sents, and Ursula Dray, s. p., w. of 
Leonard Dray, late s. p., dec. At 

5. Mildred's, Cant. John Jemett, 
Thomas Porter and Thomas Foster, 
all of {?) Faversham, bonds. Oct. 

6, 1645. 

Ad mi rail, Peter, of the city of London, 
combemaker, ba., about 29, and 
Hester Fosster of S. Alphage, Cant., 
v., about 22, d. of Peter Forsier, 
late s. p., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At. S. Mary's in Dover. Feb. 
14,1628. Note. 'I'he woman's name 
is Fursee in the Transcript. 

Ady, Christopher, of Ulcombe, clothier, 
widr., about 43, and Appia Pyend of 
Maidstone, w., about 30, relict of 
[blank] Pyend, late of Boxley, dec. 
At Loose, because John CoppiTi, 
father of the said widow, doth live 
at East Farleigh in the diocese of 
Rochester, who will bestow a wed- 
ding dinner upon them. Dec. 5, 
1623. 

Ady, Christopher, of Ulcombe, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Delman of Headcorn, 
w. of Richard Delman, late s. p., 
dec. At S. George's, Cant. John 
Young of Peasmarsh [in Sussex], 
yeom., and Obadiah Viney of 
Headcorn, glover, bonds. Sept. 22, 
1631. 



CANTERBURY 



Ady, Christopher, of Rainham, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Millway of New- 
ington n. Sittingbourne, w. of John 
Millway, late s. p., dec. At New- 
ington n. S. or Halstow. Robert 
Henley of Halstow, maltster, bonds. 
May 24, 1641. 

Ady, Edmond, of Bredgar, husb., son of 
John Ady, s. p., who consents, and 
Elizabeth Tassell, s. p., v., about 16, 
whose mother consents, as is testified 
by the said John Ady. At S. jMar- 
garet's, Cant. Stephen Hulkes of 
Newnham, g., bonds. April 28, 1636. 

Adye, Gregory, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Warde of 
Chilham, maiden, about 21, d. of 
William Warde of Molash, husb., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Oct. 23, 1621. 

Ady, Henry, of Sittingbourne, g., ba., 
about 34, and Martha Purdu, s. p., 
w. of William Purdu, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. July 29, 1644. 

Ady, John, of Ulcombe, clothier, ba., 
about 32, and Mercy Curling of 
Newington, w., about 32, relict of 
Henry Curlinge, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Sept. 29, 1623. 

Ady, Michael, of Teynham, carpenter, 
ba., about 30, and Mary Bourne, s. 
p., v., about 24, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 
19, 1634. 

Ady, Nicholas, of Lynstead, g., widr., 
about 47, and Alice Hayward of 
Faversham, v., about 23, d. of John 
Hayward, late s. p., g., dec, and 
now under the govt, of John Wood, 
s. p., g., his (sic) father-in-law, who 
consents. At Preston n. Faversham. 
Dec. 22, 1623. See Playward, Thomas, 
same date. 

Ady, Richard, of Biddenden, tilemaker, 
ba., about 30, and Joan Godfry of 
Lydd, v., about 26, whose mother 
consents. At Lydd. Dec. 29, 1624. 

Ady, Stephen, of Sittingbourne, g., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Packman of 
Lenham, v., about 44, whose parents 
are dead. At Leeds. June 20, 1637. 

Adie, Thomas, of Bicknor, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Agnes Ashpoole of 
Huckinge, maiden, about 28, d. of 
Thomas Ashpoole, s. p., husb,, who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Baldocke of " Bredgate," tailor. At 
S.M.Brcdman's, Cant. Aug. 13,1620. 



Ady, William, of Teynham, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Joan Smith, s. p., w. 
of Richard Smith, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. John Lowde of 
Teynham, yeom., bonds. Oct. 7, 1639. 

Afford, George, of Goudhurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 40, and Elizabeth 
Tilden, s. p., maiden, about 37, d. 
of Roger Tilden, late of Benenden, 
dec. At Goudhurst. Feb. 9, 1619. 

A Gace, John, of S. M. Northgatc, 
Cant., silkweaver, ba., about 20, 
whose father, John A Gace, consents, 
and Jane Russell, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Martha Le Froise, alias Russell, 
of All Saints', Cant., who also con- 
sents. At. S. Dunstan's, Cant. 
Thomas Latter of S. ]\L Northgatc, 
Cant., husb., bonds. March 25, 1644. 

Akers (Akars), John, of Warehorne, 
yeom., ba., about 27, and Ann 
Oliuer of Selling, v., about 21, d. of 
Sampson Oliuer, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Selling. Feb. 8, 1631. 

Akers, John, of Warehorne, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Chalke of Leysdown, 
w. of John Chalke, late s. p., dec. 
At Leysdown. John Larkin of Ware- 
horne, yeom., bonds, luly 12, 1639. 

Acres, Robert, of New Romney, rippier, 
ba., about 27, whose father consents, 
and Mildred Fann, s. p., v., about 
25, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Nicholas Car- 
pinter of Hythe, blacksmith, bonds. 
Oct. 22, 1640. 

Akers, Thomas, of Faversham, seaman, 
ba., about 25, whose father, Edward 
Akers, consents, and Hannah Hayda 
of Chilham, v., about 17, whose 
parents are dead, and her uncle, 
John Goodlad, s. p., butcher, con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
John Cadman of Faversham, sea- 
man, bonds. Oct. 23, 1660. 

Alchin, Nathan, of St. John'sin Thanet, 
butcher, ba., about 46, and Mary 
Trayford, s. p., w. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Oct. 21, 1639. 

Alchorne, Abraham, of Rotherfield in 
Sussex, currier, ba., about 27, whose 
mother consents, and Mathew (sicj 
Tonge of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
v., about 21, d. of Catherine Tonge 
of Borden, w., who also consents, 
as is testified by Richard Catt of 
Sittingbourne, cordwainer. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Aug. 27, 1639. 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



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Alcocke, John, of Sevington, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Hony- 
wood of Wye, v., about 18, d. of 
Arthur Honywood of Maidstone, g., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Thomas Den of the Precincts 
of S. Augustine's, Cant., g., and 
Francis Lamb of Maidstone, g., 
bonds. June 25, 1633. 

Alcocke, Samuel, of Sevington, yeom., 
ba., about 24, son of Samuel Alcocke, 
who is willing, and Mary Netter of 
Mersham, v., about 18, d. of John 
Netter, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Mersham, June 20, 1633. 

Aldery, Gilbert, of Chilham, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Mason of Sheld- 
wich, spr., about 26, d. of Sirack 
Mason, s. p., tailor, who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 17, 1621. 

Aldriche, William, of Great Chart, 
yeom., ba., about 38, and Elizabeth 
Edgerton of Brook, w., about 43, 
relict of Gregory Edgerton, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Feb. 28, 1619. 

Aldridge, Thomas, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
beerbrewer, widr., about 37, and 
Ann Gosby, s. p., w., about 26, relict 
of Jeremy Gosby, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Martin's, Cant. Isaac Nun of 
the King's Palace, yeom., bonds. 
June 2, 1627. 

Aldridge, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, sawyer, ba., about 23, whose 
parents are dead, and Jane Gilbert, 
s. p., w. of William Gdbert, late s. 
p., dec. At same. John Hollier of 
Dover, brewer, bonds. Feb. 19, 1633. 

Aleberry, Edward, of Cosmos and 
Damian in the Blean, husb., ba., 
about 31, whose father consents, 
and Ellen Penny, s. p., v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At Bred- 
gar. John Penny of Cant., miller, 
bonds. June 26, 1641. 

Alebury, Richard, and Jane Copland, 
of Hernhill. At same. March 31, 
1631. 

Alexander, Edward, of S.M. Bredman's, 
Cant., woolcomber, widr., and Jane 
Parch of S, Mildred's, Cant., v.. 
about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's. June 13, 1629. 

Alexander, James, of Sandwich, grocer, 
widr., and Elizabeth Short of Wye, 
w. of Mark Short, late s. p., dec. 
At Wye or Brook. Jan. 19, 1645. 



Alexander, Peter, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, cordwainer, widr., and Mary 
Frudd, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Frudd, s. p., who consents. 
At same. July 7, 1637. 

Allexander, Robert. &6' Allison, Robert, 
Sept. 24, 1621. 

Algor, Richard, and Elizabeth Swinford, 
of Bekesbourne. At same. Feb. 6, 
1636. 

Allam, Andrew, of Sittingbourne, g., 
widr., about 50, and Susan Tomlin, 
s. p., w., about 52, relict of John 
Tomlin, late s. p., g., dec. At same. 
Sept. 20, 1626. 

Allam (Allum), Tremor, of Sittingbourne, 
baker, widr., and Elizabeth Coddam, 
s. p., v., about 31, whose parents 
are dead. At Rodmersham. Dec. 
26, 1642. 

Allard, Francis, of Biddenden, g., ba., 
about 28, and Rose Woolgate of 
Stockbury, v., about 21, d. of John 
Woolgate, dec, and now in the 
tuition of William Knight, s. p., g., 
who consents. At Stockbury. Thomas 
Tuck of Cant., tobaccopipemaker, 
bonds. Nov. 8, 1633. 

Alleby, Adrian, and Ann Moris, of S. 
Mary's in Dover. At same. Dec. 
2, 1635. 

Allen, Christopher, of Borden, g., ba., 
about 24, son of Christopher Allen 
the elder, s. p., g., and Susan 
Knatchbull of Maidstone, maiden, 
about 21, d. of Thomas Knatchbull, 
s. p., g., who consents, as is testified 
by John Bix of Bapchild, g. At 
Maidstone. March 19, 1621. 

Allen, Christopher, of Borden, g., widr., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Finch of 
Kingsdown, v., about 21, d. of 
Thomas Finch, late s. p., g., dec, 
and now at her own govt. At 
Kingsdown. Thomas Finch of 
Kingsdown, g., brother of Elizabeth, 
bonds. Aug. 2, 1624. 

Allen, Christopher, of Eastling, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Elizabetli Dowde 
of Throwley, spr., about 20, d. of 
John Dowde, s. p., labourer, who 
consents. At Leaveland. Allegation 
made and signed by Joseph Birk- 
hened, of I'hrowley, yeom., and 
Richard Birkhened, Notary Publick. 
Joseph Edwardes of Cant., painter, 
bonds. July 27, 1640. 



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Allen, Daniel, of Sturry. husb., ba.. 
about 26, and Jane Raystone, s. p., 
w. of John Raistone, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Henry Romfield, s. p., 
tailor, bonds, July 20, 1646. 

Allen, Edward, of Eastchurch, yeom., 
ba., about 28, whose father, James 
Allen, s. p., yeom.. consents, and 
Mary Langley of Leysdown, w. of 
Henry Langley, late of S. Thomas 
in Harty, dec. At S. RI. Bredman's, 
Cant. Allen Elwyn of Leysdown. 
yeom., bonds. Sept, 12, 1639. Note. 
Edward Allen signed his own name : 
the mark oi John Alien is attached, 
not that of James Allen. 

Allen, Francis, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, bricklayer, ba., 21 and upwards, 
whose father, Nicholas Allen, con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Covell, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of George Covell, who 
also consents, as is testified by his 
wife, Joan Covell, mother of the 
said Elizabeth. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Thomas Ansell of Cant., 
millener, bonds. March 2, 1639. 

Allen, George, of Teynham, yeom., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Alice 
Woodlie of S. Thomas the Apostle, 
Harty, v., about 18, d. of John 
Woodlie, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by a certificate made by Rlr. 
Richard Dale, clerk, curate of S. 
Thomas. At S. T. the Apostle, 
Harty. June 1, 1629. 

Allen, Henry, of Queenborough, sailor, 
widr., about 24, and Ann Reignolds, 
of Hernhill, maiden, about 20, d. 
of George Reignolds, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At Hernhill. Sept. 
6, 1621. [Below, George Reignolds 
is described as " de Hearne."J 

Allen, Henry, of Strood, diocese of 
Rochester, grocer, widr., and Eliza- 
beth Spencer of Boughton Blean, 
w. of Robert Spencer, late s p., 
dec. At B. Blean. Francis Map- 
lisden of Cant., grocer, bonds. Jan. 
26, 1640. 

Allen, Isaac, of Little Chart, fuller, ba., 
about 27, and Sarah Carre of 
Kennington, v., about 25, d. of 
John Carre, s. p., millwright, who 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. Oct. 
17, 1634. 

Allen, Isaac, of Otham, miller, widr., 
and Martha Doman, of Maidstone, 



v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Feb. 28, 1637. 

Allen, James, of Sturry, husb., widr., 
about 40, and Elizabeth Cole, s. p., 
w., about 38, relict of William Cole, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 2, 1620. 

Allen, John, of Hunton, yeom., widr., 
about 53, and Dorothy Allen of 
Staplehurst, about 50, w. of William 
Allen late s. p., dec. At Marden. 
Aug. 4, 1619. 

Allen, John, of Stockbury, yeom.. widr., 
about 43, and Elizabeth Steed of 
Hollingbourne, w., about 46, relict 
of John Steed, late s. p., dec. about 
6 months since. At Stockbury. 
May 14, 1623. 

Allen, John, of the Palace of S. Augus- 
tine, Cant., g., ba., about 31, and 
Abigail Balding of St. Peters, Cant., 
maiden, about 28, d. of [blank] 
Balding, late of the county of Suffolk, 
clerk, dec. about 5 years since, and 
now at her own govt. At Cosmos 
Blean, by reason that St. Augustine's 
Palace is a privileged place, and 
belongeth to no parish. Jacobus 
Morly of S. Aug. Pal., g., bonds. 
June 27, 1623. 

Allen, John, of Ashford, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Mary Okely of Lenham, 
maiden, about 24, d. of [blank] 
Okeley, late s.p., dec, and now under 
the govt, of her mother, Mary Okeley, 
s. p., w., who consents. At Lenham. 
Sept. 2, 1623. 

Allin, John, of Lenham, husb., ba., about 
26, and Elizabeth Fearne of Ospringe, 
v., about 19, d. of Gilbert Fearne, 
late s. p., maltman, dec, and now 
under the govt, of John Fearne, s. p., 
maltster, who consents. At Ospringe. 
Dec 5, 1623. 

Allen, John, of Huckinge, husb., ba., 
about 32, and Frances Thatcher of 
Wormshill, v., about 21, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under 
the govt., of her brother, William 
Thatcher, s. p., g., who consents. 
At Wormshill. George Style senior, 
of Bo.xley, yeom., and George Style 
junior, of Maidstone, yeom., bonds. 
Jan. 30, 1627 

Allen, John, of Padlesworth, husb., widr., 
about 54, and Jane Wood of Alkham, 
w., about 36, relict of [blank] Wood, 
late dec. At Alkham. April 13, 1629. 



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Allen, John, of Kenardington, mason, 
ba., about 26, and Ellen Sampson, 
s. p., w. of Francis Sampson, late s. p., 
dec. At St. Alphage, Cant. John 
Fann of Kenardington, husb., bonds. 
Nov. 12, 1632. 

Allen, John, of Eastchurch, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Feasant, s. p., w. of 
I'homas Feasant, late dec. At War- 
den. John Greenstreete of Preston 
n. Faversham, yeom., bonds. June 
19, 1635. 

Allen, John, of Stourmouth, yeom , ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Susan 
Reynoldes of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
v., about 20, whose mother consents. 
At Ash. Robert Beake of Cant., g , 
bonds. July 14, 1635. 

Allen, John, of Berstead, yeom., ba., 
about 38, and Ann Amis, s. p., v., 
about 34. At Thurnham. Thomas 
Hunt of Berstead, glover, bonds. 
Jan., 18, 1636. 

Allen, John, of Eastchurch, yeom., ba., 
about 26, whose father, John Allen 
the elder, consents, and Margery 
Read, s. p., w. of Robert Read, late 
s. p., dec. At same. Thomas Allen 
of Minster in Sheppy, yeom., bonds. 
June 26, 1640. 

Allen, John, of Stockbury, yeom., widr., 
and Priscilla Kemsley, s. p., w. 
of Sidrac Kemsley, late s. p., dec. 
At Hernhill. Sept. 25, 1640. 

Allen, John, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 

, clothworker, a widower, about 29, 

and Susan Gogar, s. p.', v., about 

28, whose parents are dead. At S. 

Martin's, Cant. Oct. 3, 1642. 

Allin, John, and Elizabeth Shrewsbury, 
of S. Mary's in Dover. At same 
Jan. 31, 1642. 

Allen, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
fisherman, ba., about 31, and Mar- 
garet Nethersole, s. p., v., about 20, 
who, her parents being dead, is 
now at the govt, of Richard Allen 
of Dover Castle, who consents, as is 
testified by Matthias Allen of S. 
Lawrence in T., mariner. At S. RL 
Bredin's, Cant. John Nethersole 
of S. Lawrence in T., yeom., bonds. 
Feb. 15, 1642. 

Allen, Matthias, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, sailor, ba., about 24, and 
Catherine Nethersole of North- 
bourne, maiden, about 18, d. of 
Thomas Nethersole, dec, and now 



under the govt of her guardian, Richard 
Alen, s. p., who consents. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. March 7, 1624. 

Allen, Richard, of Whitstable, and 
Agnes Browne, s. p. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. April 1, 1619. 

Allen, Richard, of S. Margaret Atcliff, 
yeom,, widr., about 43, and Wilhnan 
Osborne, s. p., maiden, about 28, 
d. of John Osborne of Ashford, tan- 
ner., dec. about 19 years since, and 
now at her own govt. At S. .Alphage, 
Cant. July 24, 1622. 

Allen, Richard, ofChislet, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Joan Knowler, s. p.', 
maiden, about 19, d. of Robert 
Knowler, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. July 
[.?11], 1625. JVo/e. They were 
married at Chislet on July 14. 

Allen, Richard, of Northbourne, yeom., 
widr., about 56, and Elizabeth Cur- 
ling of the Borough of Hoath, w., 
about 50, relict of William Curling! 
late of S. Lawrence in Thanet, dec. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. Jan. 8, 
1626. 

Allen, Richard, of Heme, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Turner, s. p., v., about 
21, d. of William Turner the elder, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified 
by John Bruxby of Cant., tailor. At 
Swaleclifif. Jan. 2, 1629. 

Allen, Richard, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Joan Cooke, s. p., v., 
also about 24, d. of Susan Cooke of 
Wingham, w., who consents. At 
Heme. Nov. 25, 1637. 

Alleyn, Mr. Richard, clerk, M.A , rector 
of S. Mildred's, Cant., ba., 30 and 
upwards, and Elizabeth Hales of 
Thanington, v., about 18. d. of Mrs. 
Bennet Hales, alias Topley, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by her 
son, John Hales of WestcHif, g. At 
Stowting. April 10, 1640. 

Allen, Richard, of Stockbury, yeom., ba., 
about 27, whose father, John Allen' 
consents, and Dorothy Huggins of 
Chart n. Sutton Valence, v.. about 
23, d. of Thomas Huggins of East 
Peckham in Kent, who also consents. 
At Hernhill. Aug. 5, 1641. 

Allen, Robert, of Lynstead, husb., ba 
about 30, and Catherine Everett, s.p., 
maiden, about 25, d. of [blank I 
Everett, labourer, late of Borden, 
dec. At Lj'nstead. Aug. 31, 1619. 



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Allen, Robert, of Otham, linen weaver, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Frances Bishop, s. p., maiden, about 
21, d. of Edward Bishop of Town 
Sutton, clothier, who consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 21, 1619. 

Allen, Robert, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
maltster, and Sibyl Knowler, s. p., 
V. At same. June 6, 1622. 

Allen, Robert, of Teynham,yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Elizabeth Caltett 
[Catlett in the margin], s. p., w., 
about 33, relict of William Catlett, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Henry 
Pownd of Borden, {?) Vicar, [bonds.] 
July 13, 1625. 

Allen, Robert, of Bicknor, yeom., ba.. 
about 35, and Alice Hatch of Worms- 
hill, v., about 25, whose parents are 
dead. At Wormshill. John Rolph 
of Cant., yeom., bonds. April 7, 
1635. 

Allen, Stephen, of Faversham, grocer, 
ba., 24 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Rlurton, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
George Murton, s. p., basketmaker, 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. July 25, 1637. 

Allen, Stephen, of Faversham, grocer, 
widr., and Sarah Huffe of Sheldwich, 
v., about 20, d. of Margaret Huffe, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by John Greenstreete of Preston n. 
Faversham, yeom. At Sheldwich. 
Oct. 13, 1641. 

Allen, Thomas, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 24, son of John Allen, s. p., 
Bayliffc [more like Gayliffe, but 
Jurat was first written], who con- 
sents, and Catherine Stroughill, s. 
p., maiden, about 18, d. of Thomas 
Stroughill, s. p.. Jurat, who also 
consents. At Old Romney. May 
13, 1620. 

Allen, Thomas, of Wye, butcher, ba., 
above 21, at his own govt., and 
Mary Francklin, s. p., maiden, 23, 
d. of John Francklin, late s. p., g., 
dec, and now in the govt, of her 
mother, Elizabeth Francklin, s. p., 
w., who consents. At Crundale. 
March 27, 1622. 

Allen, Thomas, of Wye, butcher, ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and 
Mary Francklin, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of John, Franklin, late s. p., g., 
dec, " with which said Mary Frank- 
lin he [the said Thomas] intendeth 



to marry accordinge to a sentence 
reade this daye in the Com. Court, 
whereby they are enjoyned to marry 
together." At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
April 11, 1622. 

Allen, Thomas, of East Sutton, yeom., 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Mary Wood of Sutton Valence, v., 
about 19, d. of William Wood, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At Sutton 
Val. Sept. 13, 1624. 

Allen, Thomas, of Bredgate, yeom., ba., 
about 40, and Thomasine Allen, s. 
p., v., about 24, " her father beinge 
dead or els hath left this contry 
whereby she is at her owne govt." 
At Bicknor. Dec. 11, 1627. 

Allen, Thomas, of Cant., gardener, ba., 
about 32, and Sibyl Shindler, s. p., 
v., about 27, d. of John Shindler, s, 
p., yeom., who consents. At Than- 
nington. The said John Schindler 
and Thomas Shindler his son, bonds. 
April 25, 1635. A'o/e. " Sibbell 
Chanlcr of St. Mildrede," in Than- 
ington Reg. 

Allen, Thomas, of Eastchurch, yeom., 
ba., about 26, whose father, John 
Allen, consents, and Joan Seagar of 
Minster in Sheppy, v., about 17, d. 
of William Seagar, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents. At Minster. Nov. 
14, 1636. 

Allen, Thomas of Milstead, carpenter, 
ba., about 24, whose father, George 
Allen, consents, and Dennis Kember 
of Harrietsham, v., of the like age, 
d. of Thomas Kember, s. p., who 
also consents. At Uicombe. Nov. 
2, 1637. 

Allen, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
gardener, widr., and Mary Mitchell, 
s. p., w. of [blank] Mitchel, late of S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant., tailor, dec. At 
S. Mildred's. Feb. 21, 1642. 

Allen, William, of Ospringe, and Mar- 
garet Ovenden, s. p. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. July 25, 1619. 

Allen, William, of Swingfield, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary Stoakes, s. p., maiden, about 
20, d. of George Stoakes, s, p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. M Bredin's, 
Cant. Aug. 2, 1625. 

Allen, William, of S. Margaret Atcliff, 
yeom., ba., about 24, in the presence 
and with the consent of his father, 
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d. of Thomas Tomes, s p., who consents, 
as is testified by Richard Allen, s. p , 
ycom. At same. Nov. 4, 1629. 

Allen, William, of Bicknor, ycom., ba., 
30 and upwards, and Alice Browne 
of S. George's, Cant., v., about 27, 
d. of [blank] Browne, dec., and of 
[blank] Browne, yet living, who 
consents. At S. George's. Julv 19, 
1630. 

Allen, William, of Kingstonc, wiaver, 
widr., and Joan Spickett of Steliing, 
w. of Thomas Spickett, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. JMagdalene, Cant. 
John Newstreete of St. Paul's, Cant., 
and Timothy White of Cant., 
musicians, bonds. June 6, 1640. 

Allen, William, of East Langdon, husb., 
ba., about 34, and I\Iarv Oldfeild, s. 
p., v., about 32, d. of Mary Oldfeild 
of Alkham, w., who consents, as is 
testified by Matthew IMarsh of Alk- 
ham, husb. At S. George's, Cant. 
March 21, 1641. 

Alias, John, and Joan Emes, of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne. At same. March 
14, 1636. 

Alllngton, Thomas, of Northbourne, 
ba., about 27, and Ann Savage of 
Sholden, maiden, about 23, d. of 
John Savage, s. p., husb., who is 
willing. At Woodnesborough. May 
26, 1619. 

Allison, alias Allexander, Robert, of 
Lydd, yeom., ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Phoebe Friswell, s. p., 
maiden, about 22, d. of [blank] Fris- 
well, late s. p., tailor, dec, and now 
in the govt, of Elizabeth Friswell, s. 
p., w., her mother, who consents, as 
is testified by William Hogben of 
Newington n. Hythe, tailor. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. Sept. 24, 1621. 

Almond, William, of Dover, mariner, 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Clarke, 
s. p., v., about 18, d. of David Clarke, 
s. p., who consents. At S. Mary's in 
Dover. John English of Cant., 
vintner, bonds. April 23, 1642. 

Alphey, Abraham, of Lenham, tanner, 
ba., about 30, and Susan Cheeseman 
ofEgerton,w. of [blank] Cheeseman, 
latedec. AtRolvenden. Oct. 23, 1630. 

Aluffe, John, of Deal, tailor, ba., about 
21, at his own govt., and Catherine 
Gibson, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
John Gibson, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Nov. 3, 1627. 



Ambrose, Edward, of Minster in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 22, whose father, 
INIark Ambrose, s. p., g., consents, 
and Sarah Barbett of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, v., about 20, d. of Cath- 
erine Barbett, s. p., w^, who also 
consents. At S. M. Northgate, or 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Jacobus 
Packden of Cant., tailor, bonds, 
Jan. 14, 1645. 

Ambrose, John, of Minster in Thanet, 
labourer, and Alice Stevens, s. p., 
maiden. At All Saints', Cant. Oct. 
11, 1621. 

Ambrose, Matthew, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., ba., 25 and upwards, and 
Bennet Abraham of Hernhill, w. of 
Edmund Abraham, late s. p., dec. 
At Holy Cross, Cant. Dec. 9, 1630. 

Ambrose, Matthew, of Hernhill, husb., 
widr., and Mary Barrett of Graveney, 
w. of John Barrett, late s. p., dec. 
At S. M. .Magdalene, Cant. Richard 
Cliflbrd of Hernhill, husb., bonds. 
Dec. 13, 1642. 

Ambrose, Peter, of Sturry, yeom., ba., 
about 22, whose father, Mark Am- 
brose, consents, and Ann Barbett of 
S. Nicholas Atwade, v., of the like 
age, d. of William Barbett, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At S. 
N. Atwade. Apiil 11, 1640. 

Ambrose, Peter, of Minster in Thanet, 
}'eom., widr., and Sarah Goldfinch, 
s. p., v., about 21, d. of WiUiam 
Goldfinch, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Goldfinch, 
s. p., yeom. At same. Jan. 29, 1643. 

Ambrose, Robert, of Minster in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., 21, son of John Ambrose, 
s. p., yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by Daniel Pamfiett, and 
Hanna Pamflet, s. p., about 17, d. of 
the said Daniel, who also consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. Dec. 6, 1639. 

Ambrose,Thomas, of Minster in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 24, and Martha 
Henneker, s. p., v., about 18, d. of 
Joseph Henneker, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 4, 1629. 

Amherst, George, of Headcorn, malt- 
ster, ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Bassocke, s. p., v., about fifteen, 
whose mother, Elizabeth Bassocke, 
consents, as is testified by William 
Hodges the elder, of Kennington, 
yeom. At Headcorn, April 17, 1630. 

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Amherst, Nicholas, of Cranbrook, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 28, and Sarah 
Snoade, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Wilhara Snoade, late s. p., dec, and 
of [blank] Snoade, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
May, s. p., tailor. At same. Nov. 
1, 1624. 

Amis, Benjamin, of Wye, yeom., ba., 
about 32 or 33, whose mother, Joan 
Amis, consents, and Catherine Ad- 
mans of Brabourne, v., about 35, 
whose parents are dead. At Bra- 
bourne. April 30, 1640. 

Amys, Henry, of Wye, husb., ba., about 
24, with his father's consent, and 
Ann Fordred of Hastingleigh, v., 
about 24, d. of Augustine Fordred 
of Elmstead, who also consents, as 
is testified by John Amys of Wye, 
husb. At Hastingleigh. Oct. 17, 1629. 

Amys, John, of Thurnham, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Susan Iden of Bough- 
ton Monchelsea, v., 26, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by James 
Iden, s. p., her brother. At Thurn- 
ham. Dec. 9, 1628. 

Ames, John, of Maidstone, barber, ba., 
about 24, and Margaret Reeve, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of William Reeve, 
s. p., mercer, who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 27, 1636. 

Amis, John, of Wye, husb., widr., and 
Amy Amis, s. p., v., about 22, whose 
mother consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Beane of Barham, 
and Richard Amis of Molash, 
yeomen, bonds. May 1, 1637. 

Amies, Manasses, of Wye, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Ann Rowell of S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant., v., about 27, d. of 
Thomasine Rowell, alias Effield, 
now wife of Ralph Effield of S. 
Andrew's Cant., tailor, who consents. 
At. S. M. Bredin's. July 6, 1636. 

Amies, Nicholas, of Molash, husb., widr., 
about 60, and Elizabeth Spice, s. p., 
maiden, about 24, d. of Robert Spice, 
late of Westwell, husb., dec, and 
now servant to him, the said Nicho- 
las. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
July 17, 1621. 

Amis, Nicholas, of Molash, glover, ba., 
about 27, and Thomasine Thatcher 
of Bapchild, v.. about 29, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Oct 21, 1630. 



Amys, Peter, of Leaveland, yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Susan Youngc, s. p., 
maiden, about 28, d. of William 
Younge, late of Hollingbourne, dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 15, 
1623. 

Amys, Peter, of Leaveland, yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Lydia Ellis, of Badles- 
mere, v., about 28, at her own govt., 
her father being dead. At. S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 11, 1624. 

Ames, Richard, of Wye, husb., ba., 
about 23, and Joan Ball of Brabourne, 
maiden, about 25, d. of John Ball, 
late s. p., dec and lately abiding with 
John Ball, s. p., g., her brother, who 
consents. At. S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 7, 1620. 

Amies, Thomas, of Wye, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Thomasine Amies, 
s. p., w. of Nicholas Amies, late 
s. p., dec. At Wye. Nov. 14, 1632. 

Amys, Thomas, of Biddenden, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 22, whose father, 
Thomas Amys, consents, and Mar- 
garet Tillman, of Great Chart, v., 
about 22, d. of Thomas Tillman 
s. p., fellmonger, who also consents. 
At G. Chart. Dec 1, 1641. 

Amys, William, of Headcorn, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Susan Bennet, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Stephen Bennet, s. p., 
whoconsents. Atsame. July 17, 1627. 

Amis, William, of Harrietsham, tailor, 
ba., about 24, whose parents are 
dead, and Susan Gerrett of Ulcombe, 
v., about 24, whose parents are also 
dead. At Harrietsham. June 11, 1638. 

Amy, Thomas, of Kingsnorth, linen- 
weaver, widr., and Sarah Hilles, s. p., 
w. of Thomas Hilis of [blank], dec. 
At Kingsnorth. George Winter of 
Willesborough, yeom., bonds. Oct. 
20, 1642. 

Amyas, Richard, of Wye, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Joan Ball of Bra- 
bourne, maiden, about 23 [or 25], 
her parents being dead, and she now 
dwelling with John Ball, s. p., g., 
her brother, who consents. At Wye. 
May 1, 1620. 

Anderson, Bartholomew, of Dover, 
winecooper, ba., about 20, whose 
father consents, and Susan Hudson, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Reynold 
Hudson, who also consents. At 
Hougham. John Rosse of Dover, 
winecooper, bonds. June 20, 1637. 



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Anderson, Richard, of Hernhill, tile- 
maker, widr., and Elizabeth Margies, 
s. p., v., about 32, d. of Edward 
Margies, s. p., who consents. At 
Godmersham. June 22, 1633. 

Anderson, Robert, of S. James's in 
Dover, mariner, ba., about 39, and 
Elizabeth Golding, s. p., w. of 
Richard Golding of the city of 
London, dec. At S. Margaret Atcliff. 
Dec. 24, 1632. 

Andrew, Edward, of Hinxhill, yeom., 
ba., about 23, son of Edward Andrew 
the elder, s. p., who consents, and 
Joan Backe, of Kennington, v., 
about 18, whose mother, Joan Back, 
alias Piper, s. p., also consents, as is 
testified by Robert Backe, s. p., 
woollendraper, her brother. At 
Kennington. Nov. 10, 1626. 

Andrew, Edward, of Faversham, fell- 
monger, widr., and IMargaret Everist, 
s. p., w. of John Everist, s. p., dec. 
At Boughton, Blean. April 19, 1628. 

Andrew, Hugh, of Charing, husb., ba., 
about 42, and Joan Adman, of Chil- 
ham, v., about 30. At S. Michael's, 
Plarbledown. Thomas Adman of 
Chilham, husb., and Thomas Uncle 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
husb., bonds. July 21, 1634. 

Andrew, John, of Alkham, and Elizabeth 
Godding of Lydden. At Alkham. 
April 28, 1628. 

Andrew, Thomas, of Sutton Valence, 
boadweaver \J broadweaver], ba., 
about 30, and Jane Wemme of 
Pluckley, v., about 27, whose parents 
are dead. At Pluckley. Richard 
Andrev/ of Ulcombe, broadweaver, 
bonds. June 24, 1628. 

Andrew, Thomas, of Wingham, husb., 
ba., about 22, and Jane Paine of 
Preston n. Wingham. v., about 22, d. 
of Jane Paine, s.p., w., who consents. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. Oct. 9, 
1630. 

Andrew, Thomas, of Lenham, yeom., 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Bunce 
of Wychling, v., about 24, d. of 
Elizabeth Bunce, s. p., who consents. 
At Wychling. Nov. 1, 1630. 

Androwe, William, of Great Hardres, 
yeom., ba., about 21, whose mother, 
Ellen Androwe, alias Pallmer, wife 
of Andrew Pallmer, consents, and 
Hester Baker, of Staple, v., 20 and 
upwards, d. of James Baker, s. p., 



who also consents, as is testified by 
James Baker the younger. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 24, 1627. 

Andrew, William, of Willesborough, g., 
widr., and Margaret Keale of Smeeth, 
w. of Reginald Keale, late s. p., dec. 
At Hinxhill, July 4, 1639. 

Andrewes, Henry, of Lynstead, yeom., 
ba., about 27, and Mary Tassell of 
S. Martin's, Cant., v., about 26, d. of 
[blank] Tassell, dec, and of [blank] 
Tassell, alias Ely, of Eastling, who 
consents. At S. Martin's. Christo- 
pher Tilghman of Minster in Sheppy, 
g., bonds. March 12 (?), 1631. 

Andrewes, James, of Minster in Thanet, 
cordwainer, widr., and Susan 
Stephens, s. p., w. of Henry Stephens, 
late dec. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
William Sims of Northbournc, sayer, 
and Thomas Clifford, s. p., husb., 
bonds. Oct. 5, 1640. 

Andrewes, Nicholas, and Amy Jervis, 
of S. Mary's in Dover. [No place, 
but probably at same.] Dec. 10, 1639. 

Andrewes, Stephen. — Appeared person- 
ally Elizabeth Curtaile of Faversham, 
spr., about 19, whose parents are 
dead, and she out of all tutelage, and 
at her own govt.,andallegeth thatshe 
intends to marry with Stephen An- 
drewes, s. p., tailor, widr. At same. 
Thomas Hudson of Harbledown, 
husb., and Edmund Joyce of Cant., 
barber, bonds. May 18, 1641. 

An drews, Thomas of Hackington, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Susan Murfeed, s. 
p., w. of Robert Murfeed, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Jacobus Herst, 
s. p., clerk, bonds. June 30, 1631. 

Andrewes, Thomas, of Charing, yeom., 
ba., about 32, and Bennet Pierse, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of Alexander 
Pierse of Egerton, yeom., who con- 
sents. At S. iNIargaret's, Cant. Nov. 
18, 1633. 

A Neale, John, of Marden, broadweaver, 
ba., 24 and upwards, and Frances 
Cheesman of Staplehurst, v., about 
30, d. of Winefrith Cheesman, s. p , 
w., who consents. At Little Chart. 
Thomas Foreman of Pluckley, yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 11, 1636. 

Angell, William, of Folkestone, vintner, 
ba., about 'M, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Godfrey, s. p., maiden, 
about 20, d. of Thomas Godfrey, s. 
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and now under the govt, of her father- 
in-law, Robert Snow, s. p., victu- 
aller, who consents. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., Jan. 29, 1622. 
Anker, John, of Goodncstonc n. Wing- 
ham, bricklayer, widr., and Joan 
March, s. p., v., about 26, d. of Tho- 
mas Marsh of Great Hardres, husb., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. George March of G. Hardres, 
yeom., bonds. Oct. 3, 1633. 
Anne, Edward, of Birchington, g., ba., 
about 35, and Eleanor Crispe, s. p., 
v., of the like age, and at her own 
govt. At Birchington or S. Andrew's, 
Cant. May 13, 1635. 
Annoott, Charles, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, surgeon, ba., about 22, and 
Elizabeth Verrall, s. p., v., about 19, 
d. of John Verrall late s. p., dec. 
At same. Charles Annoott of Cant., 
surgeon, bonds. Aug. 6, 1619. 
Annott, Thomas of Sandwich, chirur- 
geon, ba., about 24, and Mary Lucke, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Jane Luck, 
alias Peckwood, wife of [blank] 
Peckwood of London, who consents, 
as is testified by Charles Annot of 
Cant., chirurgeon. At S. Peter's in 
Sandwich. Aug. 14, 1639. 
Annyon, Thomas, of Dover, bricklayer, 
ba., about 30, and Anna Bony, s. p., 
v., about 26, d. of Joan Bony, w., 
who consents, as is testified by a 
letter from her son, Thomas Bon}'. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Thomas 
Annyon of Cant., glazier, bonds. 
Jan. 17, 1638. 
Ansel I, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
maltster, widr., and Bennet Giles, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Valentine 
Giles of Worth, husb., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 29, 
1638. 
Ansel I, Thomas, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
milliner, ba., 23 and upwards, whose 
mother, Ann Anscll, alias Makelen, 
consents, and Margery Smith, s. p., 
v., 21 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead. At same. John White 
of Cant., g., bonds. May 18, 1639. 
Ansel me, Richard, of Mersham, fell- 
monger, ba., 27, and Margaret Pan- 
try of Kingstone, v., about 18, d. of 
William Pantry, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Mersham. Nov. 15, 
1633. 



Anthony, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
ba., about 24, and Sibyl Sparke, s. p., 
w. of Giles Sparke, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Dec. 3, 1628. 

Antony, John, of St. Bride's in the city 
of London, Citizen and Saddler, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Catherine Cranford of All Saints', 
Cant., maiden, about 21, whose 
mother, Ann Cranford, w., consents, 
as is testified by John Goodell of 
Cant., yeom. At All Saints'. April 
26, 1628. 

Anvell, John, of Smarden, cordwainer, 
widr., and Elizabeth Greene of Bid- 
denden, v., about 20, d. of Francis 
Greene, s. p.. who consents, as is 
testified by Richard Shipp, s. p., 
cordwainer. At. S. Margaret's, Cant. 
April 8, 1634. See Hanvill. 

Applebee, Christopher, of Cant., mer- 
cer, ba., about 24, whose parents are 
dead, and Elizabeth Gate, s. p., v., 
about 27, d. of John Gate of 
Boughton Blean, who consents. At 
S. M. Magdalene, Cant. John 
Vandepcre of Cant., joiner, bonds. 
Dec. 7, 1644. 

Appleton, John, of Molash, blacksmith, 
ba., about 32, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Morris, s. p., w. of 
William Morris, late of Wye, dec. 
At All Saints,' Cant. John Coveney 
of Cant., and Henry Champney, s p., 
blacksmiths, bonds. Nov. 11,^1639. 

Appleyard, John, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
labourer, ba., about 2 1 , whose j)arents 
are dead, and Priscilla Pallett of S. 
George's, Cant., v., about 40. At 
All Saints,' Cant. John Williamson 
of S. George's, Cant., labourer, and 
Edward Gibbon, s. p., husb., bonds. 
Nov. 17, 1640. 

Apsley, Edward, of Biddenden, tanner, 
ba., about 22, whose parents are dead, 
and Joan Perritt of Tenterden, v., of 
the like age, d. of Pxlward Perritt, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Simon Smith, s. p., g. At Bethers- 
den. John Harpe of Biddenden, 
bonds. June 17, 1635. 

Apsle, Peter, of Hackington, baker, ba., 
about 24, and Margaret Hart of Holy 
Cross, Cant., maiden, about 21, d. of 
[blank] Hart, late s. p., dec, with 
"the expresse consent of Mr. 
Pounoll {}) gou'nor." At Cosmus 
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Apsley, Thomas, and Helen Carpinter, 
of New Romney. At same. March 
7, 1631. 

Archer, John, of St. Clemenl's in Sand- 
wich, maltster, ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Elizabeth Earhani, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of Robert Bar- 
ham, s. p., innholder, who consents, 
as is testified by Charles Barham, of 
Cant., victualler. At S. Clement's. 
June 8, 1632. 

Archer, John, of Sandwich, ferryman, 
and Catherine Smith, s. p., v., about 
23, d. of Henry Smith, s. p. butcher, 
who consents. At S. Peter's in 
Sandwich or Woodnesborough. John 
Smith of Cant., millener, bonds. 
Feb. 24, 1644. 

Archer, Thomas, of Hawkhurst, husb , 
ba., about 26, and Agnes Hunt, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Thomas Hunt, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
his son, Nicholas Hunt, s. p., mason. 
At same. April 12, 1638. 

Archer, Thomas, late of Brenchley, dio. 
Rochester, but now of Staplehurst, 
and Agnes Meriam of Staplehurst. 
At Staplehurst. Mr. Browne, Minis- 
ter of Staplehurst, certifies that the 
banns were thrice published between 
the said parties in the church of 
Staplehurst, the truth being that 
Archer was of Brenchlej' but since 
May last he has lived in Staplehurst. 
March 3, 1639. 

Archer, Timothy, of the city of London, 
merchant, ba., about 29, whose 
parents consents, and Susan Dawkes 
of Dover, v., about 22, d. of Thomas 
Dawkes, s. p., shipcarpenter, who 
also consents. At S. Mary's in 
Dover or Charlton. Dec. 10, 1660. 

Archer, Valentine, of Birchington, 
yeom., ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Underdowne, s. 
p., v., about 20, d., of Fridiswide 
Underdowne, s. p., w., who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. John Under- 
downe of Birchington, yeom., bonds. 
Mas 14, 1633. 

Arden, James, of the city of London, 
vintner, ba., about 30, and Ann 
Master of Deal, v., about 26, at her 
own govt. At Deal. Jan. 16, 1627. 

Argent, William, of the city of London, 
Esquire, ba., about 35, and Dame 
Mary Nevinson of Eastry, w., about 
34, relict of Sir Roger Nevinson, 



Knight, late s. p., dec. At Eastry. 
Allegation made and signed by 
Samuel Nicols, clerk, M. A., vicar of 
Eastry. April 22, 1626. 

Arger, John, of Wye, and Ursula Hills, 
s. p. May 14, 1627. 

Argoe, Edward, of Faversham, glazier, 
ba., 21 and upwards, whose mother 
consents, and Mary Rich of Boughton 
Blean, v., about 22, d. of [blank] 
Rich of S. IMichael's, Harbledown, 
w., who also consents, as is testified 
by Bartholomew Johnson, s. p., 
yeom. At S. Dunstan's Cant. 
March 23, 1639. 

Arkles, Alexander, of Borden, husb., 
widr., and Alice Twymar, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. ' of Edmund 
Twymar, s. p., husb., dec. about 20 
years since. Alice Twymar, mother 
of the aforesaid Alice, consents. At 
S. Rlargaret's, Cant. July 13, 1621. 

Arm is, Cornelius, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, distiller, widr., and Sarah de 
Master of S. Mary's in Sandwich, w. 
of IMark de Master, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Clement's in Sandwich. Jan. 
15, 1639. 

Armsone, Leonard, of Ashford, butcher, 
widr., 45, and Grace Newstreete of 
Sheldwich, w., about 50, relict of 
Thomas Newstreete, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Dec. 26, 1625. 
No/e. He signed Harmsone. 

Armeson, Leonard, of Ashford, butcher, 
widr., and Mary Johnson, s. p., v., 
about 30, whose mother consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Henry 
Tritton of Ashford, barber, bonds. 
May 27, 1634. 

Arnold, Edward, of Ringwould, mason, 
widr., and Bridget Freind of Til- 
manstone, w. of William Freind, 
late s. p., dec. At Bekesbourne. 
Edward Wright of Tilmanstone, 
miller, bonds. May 9, 1628. 

Arnold, George, of East Langdon, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Whilton, 
s. p., v., about 33. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. Jacobus Arnold of S. 
RL Northgate, Cant., flaxdresser, 
bonds. May 22, 1643. 

Arnold, Henry, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 33, and Elizabeth Joancs, 
s. p., w., about 30, relict of Edward 
Jones, s. p., dec. At same. John 
Cruttall of Faversham, chirurgeon, 
bonds. April 18, 1627. 



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Arnold, James, of S. RI. Northgate, 
Cant., flaxdresser, widr., and Mary 
Thomas of Thanington, v., about 
32. At S. Peter's, Cant. Francis 
Knight and Richard Sanders of 
Cant., innholders, bonds. July 28, 
1646. 

Arnold, John, of Stourmouth, husb., 
ba., a'bout 27, and JMary Hayden of 
Goodnestone n. Wingham, v., about 
24, who is now under the govt, of 
Ann Ilayden, alias Philpott, wife of 
Edward Philpott of Wingham, tailor, 
who consents, as is testified by the 
said Edward. At Goodnestone. Jan. 
16, 1625. 

Arnold, John, of Sheldwich, tailor, widr., 
about 57, and Jane Ladd of Walt- 
ham, v., about 32. At Godmersham. 
May 12, 1628. 

Arnold, Richard, of Tenterden, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 34, and Mary 
Dence, s. p., v., about 40, at her own 
govt. AtBiddenden. Oct. 25, 1627. 

Arnoll, Richard, of Tenterden, kersey- 
maker, widr., and Mary Bourder, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of [blank] 
Bourder of Hawkhurst, w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Tilden 
of Tenterden, clothier. At Wood- 
church or Halden. Jan. 3, 1639. 

Arnold, Stephen, of Birchington, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Ann West, s. p., 
w. of [blank] West, late dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. Feb. 1, 1641. 

Arnold, Thomas, of Stowting, husb., ba., 
about 35, and Elizabeth Fisher of 
Elham, v., about 23, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Thomas Best of Bridge, husb., 
bonds. Sept. 7, 1640. No}c. Oct. 7, 
is meant, on which da}- they were 
married. In the Reg. of S. M. 
I\Iagd. the marriage is entered under 
Oct. 7, 1641. 

Arrow, Henry, of Ashford, yeom., widr., 
and Penelope Sawkins, s. p., w. of 
William Sawkins, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's Cant. John Arrow, of 
Ashford, joiner, bonds. May 16, 
1637. 

Arrow, Richard, of Pluckley, shoemaker, 
ba., about 25, and Elizabeth Pemble 
of Bethersden, v., about 25, d. of 
[blank] Pemble, dec. At Pluckley. 
William Garnet of Pluckley, cord- 
wainer, bonds. Jan. 9, 1632. 



Arrow, Richard, of Bethersden, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Elizabeth W^ells of 
Harrietsham, w. of Arthur Wells, 
late s. p , dec. At Harrietsham. 
Nov. 16, 1639. 

Arthur (Artur), James, of Flythe, barber- 
surgeon, ba., about 21, with the 
consent of his father, Richard Artur, 
of Wj-e, and Ann Stace of Hythe, 
w. of William Stace, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 7, 
1631. 

Arthur, Richard, of Wye, barber 
chirurgeon, ba., about 22, son of 
Richard Arthur, who consents, and 
Ann Nayler of Willesborough, v., 
about 26. At Hythe, " because he 
hath a brother living there." Feb. 9, 
1635. 

Ash, Richard, of Elham, tanner, ba., 
about 30, and Mary Wright, s. p., v., 
about 23, d. of John Wright, s. p., 
bricklayer, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Thomas Cooke, of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., yeom. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. Daniel Richardson 
of Cant., innholder, bonds. April 19, 
1643. 

Ash bey, James, of Sutton Valence, 
cordwainer, ba., about 24, and Jane 
Bode, s. p.,v , about 26, d. of Thomas 
Bode of Chart n. Sutton, who con- 
sents, as is testified by her brother, 
John Bode, s. p. At Lynton. Jan. 9, 
1631. 

Ash by, Richard, of Hollingbourne, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Ann Wood, 
s. p., w. of Nicholas Wood, late 
dec. At same. John Ashby of 
Wormshill, husb., bonds. Dec. 3, 
1635. 

Ashbie, William, and Mary Bassett, of 
Boughton Malherbe. At same. 
Jan.' 29, 1626. 

Ashby, William, and Patience Skeer, of 
Dodington. At same. Nov. 27, 1633. 

Ashdale, Thomas of Shadoxhurst, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Susan Masters, s. 
p., v., about 22, d. of Agnes, wife of 
Robert Webb, who consents, as is 
testified by Michael May, s. p., 
husb. At Thanington. Henry Hooper 
of Thanington, victualler, bonds. 
June 11, 1637. 

Ashenden, John, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
and Elizabeth Spayne, s. p. At 
Bridge. May 11, 1619. 



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Ashenden, Nicholas, of Holy Cross, 
Cant., grocer, widr., about 36, and 
Susan l3ale, s. p., w., about 34, relict 
of John Dale, late s. p., dec. At 
Thanington. April 5, 1624. 

Ashenden, Richard, of Goudhurst, 
clothier, M'idr., about 40, and Jane 
Stubberffeild, s. p., \v., about 38, 
relict of Richard Stubberfteild, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Edward Thomas of Ticehurst in 
Sussex, j-eom., bonds. Oct. 19, 1619. 

Ashenden, Richard, of Appledore, 
victualler, widr., and Margery Bowles 
of Woodchurch, w. At Appledore. 
Richard White of Cant., barber, 
bonds. Jan. 3, 1638. 

Ashenden, Robert, of Smalehead, husb., 
ba., about 23, whose father, Richard 
Ashenden of Appledore, victualler, 
consents, and Alice Butcher of Smale- 
head, v., about 18, d. of Elizabeth 
Butcher, alias Stodder, wife of 
Thomas Stodder, who also consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. July 9, 1631). 

Ashenden, William, of \Vingham,yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Grace Barton, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of [blank] Barton of Ashford, 
dec. about 22 years since, and now 
at her own govt. At S. M. Bredin's 
Cant. Feb. 25, 1622. 

Asher, Zachary, of S. Giles's in the city 
of London, carpenter, ba., about 26, 
and Wary Newman of Holy Cross, 
Cant., maiden, about 22, whose 
mother, Sarah Newman, alias Knight, 
consents. At Holy Cross. Nicholas 
Knight of Cant., tanner, bonds. 
Nov. 1, 1624. 

Asherst (Asshurst), John, of Ashford, g., 
widr., about 38, and Mary Lindlie, 
s. p., v., about 26, d. of Francis 
Lindlie, late of Little Chart, dec. 
At Ashford. Nathaniel Lindlie of 
Ruckinge, clerk, bonds. July 13,1620. 

Asherst, John, of Harrietsham, carpen- 
ter, and Ehzabeth Jennings, s. p., v. 
At same. Feb. 12, 1621. 

Asherst, Robert, of Allington, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Alice Sharpe of 
Brabourne, v., about 24, d. of Thomas 
Sharpe, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
July 30, 1636. [Allegation incom- 
plete. A pen drawn across it.] 

Ashes, Edward, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Carrier of Holy Cross, Cant., 



maiden, about 20, d. of John Carrier, 
s. p., husb., who consents, as is 
testified by John Carre of S. Dun- 
stan's, cordwainer. At Holy Cross. 
Oct. 24, 1627. 

Ashfold, Thomas, the younger, of 
Brenzet, yeom., about 21. at his own 
govt., and Ann Johnson of Ivychurch, 
maiden, about 18, d. of Thomas 
Johnson, s. p., 3'eom., who consents. 
At S. Mary's in the Marsh. July 2, 
1623. 

Ashley, Caleb, of Newington n. Hythe, 
tailor, widr., and Elizabeth Sherwin 
of Dover, w. of John Sherwin, late 
s. p., dec. At Cheriton. John 
Sherwin of Dover, shipcarpenter, 
bonds. March 21, 1638. 

Ashley, Joseph, of Ivychurch, brick- 
layer, ba., about 32. and Catherine 
Harper, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Marshall of Brook- 
land, yeom., bonds. May 22, 1638. 

Ashley, Thomas, of the city of Roches- 
ter, seaman, ba., 21 and upwards, 
whose father, William Ashley, con- 
sents, and Margaret Bakerof Minister 
in Thanet, v., about 21, whose 
parents are dead. At Northbourne 
or Great Mongeham. Edward Howe 
of Deal, miller, bonds. April 16,1644. 

Ashley, William, of Cranbrook, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Crismas, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Robert Crismas, who 
consents, as is testified by Stephen 
Ashley, s. p., yeom., brother of the 
aforesaid William, who also makes 
this allegation. At same. Feb. 2, 
1638. 

Ashton, Ralph, of Whalley in co. Lan- 
caster, Esquire, ba., and the Lady 
Dorothy Tufton of Hothfield, v., d. 
of the Right Honourable Nicholas 
Earl of Thanet, who consents by a 
letter sent to John Viney, clerk, 
rector of Hothfield, who makes and 
signs this allegation. At Hothfield. 
April 17, 1630. 

Askewe, Adam, of Berstead, husb., ba., 
about 56, and Joan Bance, s. p., w., 
about 50, relict of Alexander Ranee, 
late s. p., blacksmith, dec. At 
[blank]. Nov. 24, 1623. 

Askew, John, of Faversham, mariner, 
widr., and Margaret Hams, s. p., w. 
of [blank] Hams, s. p., dec. At 
same. May 11, 1630. 



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Askew, Thomas, of Faversham, mariner, 
widr., about 38, and Ami Annolt, 
s. p., maiden, about 27, d. of Thomas 
Annott, late s. p., dec. At same. 
July 8, 1620. 

Astin, Stephen, of Sutton Valence, g., 
ba., about 22, and Judith Parkhurst 
of Lynton, w., about 24, relict of 
Nicholas Parkhurst, late s. p., dec. 
At All Saints', Cant. Ralph Astin 
of Sutton Valence, g., bonds. Feb. 
26, 1619. See Austin. 

Atacye, Abraham, of Goudhurst, broad- 
weaver, widr., and Catherine Birch, 
s. p., v., about 29, d. of John Birch, 
s. p., cutler, who consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. Jan. 22, 1634. 

Athie, Edward, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 26 or 27, and Margaret Hall, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of Grace Hall 
of VVillesborough, w., who consents, 
as is testified by her son, William 
Hall of Dymchurch, g. At Dym- 
church or Mersham. Wdliam Bate- 
man of Eastbridge, g., bonds. April 
29, 1643. 

Atkins, Alexander, of Challock, husb., 
widr., and Susan Gofinch, s. p., v., 
30 and upwards, d, of Stephen 
Gofinch, late of Kennington, dec, 
and now at her own govt. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Aug. 15, 1631. No/e. 
In the margin " Vacat quia mulier 
est neptis uxoris dci. Atkins, ex 
sororis." 

Atkins, Alexander, of Challock, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Dorothy Yonge, 
s. p., v., about 27, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Oct. 9, 1632. 

Atkins, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
carpenter, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Mary Jenkin, s. p. w., 
about 33, relict of Thomas Jenkin, 
s. p., sailor, dec. about 3 years since. 
At same. July 6, 1621. 

Atkins, John, of Eastwell, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Dadd, s. p. v., 
about 22, d. of Matthew Dadd of 
Kennington, husb., who consents. 
At S.Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 16, 1637. 

Atkins, Peter, of Molash, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Miles, s. p., 
maiden, about 24, d. of John IMiles, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. May 22, 1623. 

Atkins, Richard, of Bilsington, husb., 
widr., and Grace Jeakine of Mer- 



sham, w. of Richard Jeakine, late dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 2, 
1633. fe Adkins. 

Atkinson, Richard, of Lynstead, butcher, 
widr., and Barbara Walgrave, s. p., 
V , about 23, d. of William Walgrave 
of Dover, who consents. At Lyn- 
stead. Dec. 17, 1633. 

Attaway, Stephen, of S. Dunstan's,Cant., 
blacksmith, ba., about 27, and Ellen 
Flower, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
[blank] Flower of the city of London, 
tailor, who consents. At tlacking- 
ton. William Nutbrowne of Hack- 
ington, husb., bonds. Oct. 12, 1635. 

Attiiawe, John, of St. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, maltster, ba., about 30, and 
Elizabeth Allen of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, v., about 28, d. of Thomas 
Allen, s p., Jurat, who consents. 
At All Saints' Cant. Oct. 1, 1628. 
A^o/e. J. A. signed "John Att PLawe." 

Atwater, Joshua, of Ashford, mercer, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Alice 
Caffinch of Tenterden, v., about 19, 
d. of John Caflinch, s. p., butcher, 
who consents. At Tenterden or 
Halden. Jan. 13, 1634. 

Atwaters, Thomas, of Lenham, husb., 
ba., about 28, and F^lizabeth Packman 
of Otterden, w. of Michael Packman, 
late s. p., dec. At Ulcombe. Richard 
Attwaters of Lenham, husb., and 
Jacobus Mantle of Chartham, j-eom., 
bonds. July 25, 1637. 

Atwell, F-llias [Atwells in the margin], 
of S. Dunstan's Cant., yeom., widr., 
and Jane Lee of S. Alphage, Cant., 
v., 40 and upwards. At Waltham. 
Thomas Whineates of Cant., barber, 
bonds. Oct. 2, 1632. 

Atwell, Thomas, of Plymouth in Devon- 
shire, merchant, widr., and Winni- 
frith Scoules of Maidstone, v., about 
28, d. of Ralph Scoules, s. p., yeom., 
who consents by letter. At S. Mary's 
in Dover. Thomas Flo3'd of Dover, 
g., bonds. Aug. 19, 1634. 

Atwood, Edward, of Elmslead, yeom., 
with'., and Helen Cloake, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of of Samuel Cloake, s. 
p., g., who consents. At St. Andrew's, 
Cant. Thomas Attwood of Hardres 
Magna, yeom., bonds. March 19, 1635. 

Atwood, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, ba., about 30, whose father, 
Matthew Atwood, consents, and 
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Thomas Harman, late of S. Margaret 
Atcliff, dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
Fobert Clagget of Cant., haber- 
dasher, and John Ward, s. p., joiner, 
bonds. Nov. 17, 1640. 

Atwood, Matthew, of Buckland n. 
Dover, sailor, widr., and Elizabeth 
Clarke of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
w. of Edward Clarke, late of Cant., 
dec. At S. M. Bredin's. Cant. John 
Merser of Cant., tailor, bonds. May 
0, 1641. 

Attwood, Peter, of Ashford, tailor, ba., 
about 28, and Joan Coker of Bra- 
bourne, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Stephen Coker, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Aug. 30, 1623. 

Atwood, William, of Dover Castle, gun- 
ner, ba., about 28, son of Matthew 
Atwood of Buckland n. Dover, 
tailor, wlio makes this allegation, 
and Faith Avery of the same Castle, 
v., about 28, d. of John Avery of 
Hougham, yeom. At B. n. Dover. 
William Lithall of Cant., baker, 
bonds. Sept. 16, 1641. 

Aucher, Anthony, of Westwell, g., ba., 
about 26, and Mary Sharpe, s. p., 
maiden, about 18, d. of John Sharps, 
s. p., g., who consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. Sept. 23, 1622. 

Aucher, Richard, of Westwell, g., ba , 
about 40, and Elizabeth Fill of 
Rainham, w. of William Fill, late s. 
p., dec. At Rainham or Upchurch. 
Jan. 13, 1640. 

Aucher, Valentine, of Birchington, 
yeom., about 25, and Ann Sampson, 
s. p., v., about 24, d. of Jeremy Sam- 
pson of S. John's, in Thanet, yeom., 
who consents. At S Andiew's, 
Cant. George Stancombe of Birch- 
ington, clerk, bonds. March 9, 1636. 

Audley, John, and Elizabeth Mihill, of 
Bishopsbourne. At same. Dec. 4, 
1641. 

Audly, Richard, of Bishopsbourne, 
husb., ba., about 22, whose father, 
Laurence Audly, consents, and 
IMary Kingsmill of Kingstone, v., 
about 24, d. of Thomas Kingsmil, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Oct. 13, 1645. 

Audry, John, of Chilham, husb., ba., 
about 23, and Agnes Scott, s. p., 
maiden, about 24, d. of James Scott, 
late of Houghton Blean, dec, and 
of Joan Litlewood, alias Scott, her 



mother, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Jan. 24, 1619. 

August, Thomas, of Lenham, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Jane Gardner, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Edward Gardner 
of Cranbrook, who consents, as is 
testified by John Browne of Lenham, 
vintner. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 7, 1638. 

Austen, David, of S. John's in Thanet, 
fisherman, widr., and Agnes Moyse 
of Sturry, v., about 16 or 17, d. of 
Adiian Moyse, s. p., ropemaker, who 
consents. At Sturry or Fordwich. 
Jan. 23, 1643. 

Austen, Edmund, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Carter of Petham, 
v., about 25, whose friends are dead. 
At Elmstone. July 17, 1624. 

Austen, Francis, of Folkestone, g., widr., 
about 32, and Jane Spicer of S. 
Mary's in Dover, w. of Henry Spicer 
late of Cant., innholder, dec. At 
Waldershare. Sept. 28, 16!9. 

Austen, George, of I'ilmanstone, g., ba., 
about 24, at his own govt., and Ann 
Chilton of S. George's, Cant., maiden, 
25, d. of Stephen Chilton of Sand- 
wich, dec. about 8 years since, also 
at her own govt. At Thanington. 
April 23, 162L 

Awsten, George, of Goudhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 25, and Iden Wiseman of 
Hythe, w., about 22, relict of John 
Wiseman, late s. p., mercer, dec. 
about 12 months since. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Richard Awsten 
of Benenden, clerk, bonds. June 
10, 1623. 

Austen, George, of Egerton, carpenter, 
widr., about 58, and Mary Haffentlen 
of Tenterden, w., about 47, relict of 
George Haftenden, late s. p., dec. 
At Smarden, because Mr. Cosbie, 
minister there, is their very good 
friend, and [it is] the place where 
she was born, which makes them to 
be the more desirous to be married 
there. Sept. 5, 1627. 

Awsten, George, and Thomasine Marsh, 
of Boughton Blean. At same. May 
18, 1631. 

Austen, George, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., widr., and Ursula Swaine, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of Christopher 
Swaine of Dover, husb., who con- 
sents. At S. Peter's, Cant. John 
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Jacobus Hamon of Harbledown, weaver, 

bonds. Aug. 13, 1642. 
Austen, Henry, of Rolvenden, yeom., 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Agnes Turner, s. p., maiden, "about 
19 and upwards," d. of John Turner, 
s. p., husb., dec. about 3 years since. 
Richard Seer, s. p., yeom., testifies 
to the consent of Alice Austen, 
mother of Henry, and of [blank] 
Elliott, alias Turner, wife of James 
Elliott, s. p., mother of the said 
Agnes Turner. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 15, 1620. 
Austen, Henry, of Chilham, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Agnes Marshe, s. p., 
v., about 22, who, her father being 
dead, is now in the custody of Jonas 
Inge the elder of Cant., her guardian, 
who consents, as is testified by Jonas 
Inge the younger, his son. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. May 4, 1626. 
Awsten, Henry, of Birchington, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Ann Ambrose, s. 
p., w. of William Ambrose, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Feb. 6, 1629. 
Austen, Henry, of Loose, tanner, ba., 
about 23, son of John Austen, s. p., 
who consents, and Alice VVithin- 
brooke, of Maidstone, v., about 19, 
d. of Robert Withinbrooke, s. p., 
maltster, who makes and signs this 
allegation. At Maidstone. Feb. 
13, 1637. 
Austen, John, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
ba., about 28, and Dorothy Anna- 
way, s. p., w., about 39, relict of 
Nicholas Annaway, s. p., yeom., dec. 
At Sandhurst. Oct. 23, 1621. 
Awsten, John, of Bridge, tanner, ba , 
24 and upwards, and Margaret 
Coppin of Bekesbourne, v., about 
22, d. of John Coppin, s. p., g. , who 
consents. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Aug. 1, 1629. 
Austen, John, of Holy Cross, Cant, 
miller", ba., about 26, whose father. 
Richard Austen, consents, and Cath- 
erine Elscombe, s. p., v., about 22 
or 23, d. of [blank] Elscombe of 
Tenterden, who also consents, as is 
testified by William Tatnall of S. 
Alphage, Cant., miller. At Preston 
n. Wingham. Simon Cuckow of S. 
Peter's, Cant., silkweaver, bonds. 
Feb. 11, 1642. 
Austen, John, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Bateman of 



Sturry, v., about 25, d. of Michael 
Bateman, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by George Austen of Hoath. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Feb. 8, 1643. 
Awsten, Joseph, of Rye in Sussex, 
vintner, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and AnnBarham of S. Clement's 
in Sandwich, spr., about 18, d. of 
Robert Barham, s. p., innholder, 
who consents, as is testified by his 
brother, Charles Barham. At S. 
Clement's in S. Oct. 13, 1637. 
Austen, Joseph, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, vintner, widr., and Agnes 
Briant, s. p., v., about 27. At same, 
or at S. Mar}''s in Sandwich. John 
Williamson, of Cant., beerdrawer, 
bonds. March 27, 1641. 
Awsten, Leonard, of Tilmanstone, 
yeom., ba., about 54, and Joan 
Player of S. Andrew's Cant., v , about 
24, d. of Thomas Flayer, s. p , linen- 
draper, who consents. At S. Mi- 
chael's, Harbledown. Feb. 9, 1632. 
Austen, Michael, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Catherine Falkner of 
Bettishanger, v., about 25, d. of 
Elizabeth, wife of John .Adams, who 
consents, as is testified by Roger 
Falkner of Eastry, tailor. At S. M. 
Brcdin's, Cant. Dec. 18, 1645. 
Austin, Paul, of Boughton IMalherbe, 
carpenter, widr., and Susanna Fuller, 
s. p., w. of Robert Fuller, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. June 
I, 1641. 
Awsten, Perigrine, of S. INIildred's, 
Cant., husb., ba., about 24, and Ellen 
Yorke, s. p., v., about 40. At same. 
Arthur Middleton, s. p., surgeon, 
and Ingram Atwell, s p., bricklayer, 
bonds.' May 25, 1635. 
Austen, Richard, of Brook, yeom., widr., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Woodland 
of Horton, maiden, about 21, d. of 
Philip Woodland, dec, and now 
abiding with Elizabeth Woodland, 
alias Cloake, her mother, who con- 
sents. At Brook. April 25, 1620. 
Austen, Richard, of Waltham, yeom., 
widr., about 52, and Fiiswith Ladd 
of Elham, w., about 48, relict of 
'1 homas Ladd, late of Saltwood, 
yeom., dec. about 7 rears since. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. ' Nov. 28, 1620. 
Austen, Richard, of Brook, and Eliza- 
beth Raynes, s. p. At Brook. Dec. 
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Austen, Richard, of Staplehurst, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth Ayers 
of Hcadcorn, w., about 25, relict of 
William Ayers, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Nov. 21, 1626. 

Austen, Robert, of Saltwood, ycom., ba., 
about 28, and Margaret Cheesman, 
s. p., \v. of William Cheesman, s. p , 
dec. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
William Writtle of Saltwood, yeom., 
bonds. Dec. 16. 1645. 

Awsten, Samuel, of Hythe, clothier, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Ann 
Wiseman, s. p., v., about 22, whose 
mother consents. In the chapel of 
Hythe. June 9, 1629. 

Austen, Stephen, of Staplehurst, ba., 
about 32, and Patience Hart of 
Chart n. Sutton, w., about 30. At 
Chart n. Sutton. July 16, 1619. 

Austen, Thomas, of Newington n. 
Hythe, yeom., widr., about 56, and 
Ann Harris of Brenzett, w., about 
47, relict of Alexander Harris, s. p., 
husb., dec. At S. Mary's in the 
Marsh. Feb. 11. 1621. 

Awsten, Thomas, of Goudhurst, clothier, 
ba., 21, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Awsten, s. p., maiden, 20, d. of 
John Awsten, s. p., mercer, who 
consents, as is testified by Samuel 
Twisden, s. p. At Benenden, for 
that Mr. Awsten, the minister there, 
is her uncle, and intends to give the 
wedding dinner. Nov. 13, 1627. 

Austen, Thomas, of Woodchurch.yeom., 
widr., and Cicely Fagg of Allington, 
w. of [blank] Fagg, late dec. At 
Allington. George Winter of All- 
ington, yeom., bonds. June 26, 
1635. 

Austin, Thomas, of Dover, seaman, ba., 
21, at his own govt., and Mary Edge, 
s. p., v., of the like age, d. of Mary 
Edge, alias Bolt, who consents, as 
is testified by her son, John Edge. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 
26, 1640. 

Austen, Valentine, of Brook, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Jane Terrell, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Mary Terrell, alias 
Dence, s. p., w., who consents. At 
same. Sept. 24, 1625. 

Austen, Valentine, of Wye, maltster, 
widr., and Elizabeth Sheafe, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Sarah Sheafe, s. 
p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by Edmond Sheafe, her brother. At 



S. Margaret's, Cant. Timothy Tither- 
ton of Wye, yeom., bonds. July 
29, 1634. 
Austen, Valentine, of Chislet, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father, Robert 
Austen, consents, and Mary Nor- 
wood, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Richard Norwood, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. William Browne of Heme, 
yeom., bonds. Jan. 5, 1638. 

Austen, William, of Wingham, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Ann Solley of Woodnesborough, 
maiden, about 20, d. of John Solley, 
s. p.. yeom., who consents. At 
Woodnesborough. Feb. 4, 1621. 

Austen, William, of Cranbrook, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Sarah Wybourne 
of Staplehurst, maiden, about 23, d. 
of John Wybourne, late of Smarden. 
yeom., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At All Saints', Cant. Sept. 
6, 1624. 

Austen, William, of Waltham, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Catherine Ladd 
of Great Hardres, v., about 31, d. 
of Friswith Ladd, alias Austen, wife 
of Richard Austen of Waltham, who 
consents. At Great Hardres. 
William Stacie, clerk, rector of G. 
Hardres, bonds. Aug. 10, 1626. 

Awsten, William, of Woodchurch.yeom., 
ba., about 25, and Margaret Culling 
of S. Alphage, Cant., maiden, about 
22, at her own govt. At S. Alphage. 
Robert Tilden of Tenterden, saddler, 
bonds. May 29, 1627. 

Austen, William, of Cranbrook, mercer, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Susan Sabb of Goudhurst, v., about 
22, d. of Simon Sabb, s. p., clothier, 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Richard (.?) Austen of Benenden, 
clerk, and John Austen, s. p., g., 
bonds. July 1, 1629. 

Austen, William, of Stone in Oxney, 
yeom., widr., about 40, and Ann 
Castleden of Rolvenden, w., about 
30, relict of Peter Castleden, late s. 
p., dec. At Stone or Rolvenden. 
May 25, 1630. 

Awsten, William, of Bicknor, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Susan Bacheler, s. p., 
v., about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Sept., 2, 1630. 

Austen, William, of Wingham, yeom., 
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about 26, d. of Thomas Hover of 
"Baucham in Sussex," who consents, 
as is testified by John Nichols of 
Wingham,yeom. AtWingham. Sept. 
1, 16^8. 

Austen, William, of Wingham, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Davies of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., w. of Fulke Davies, 
laie s. p., g., dec. At Adisham. 
George Vandepeere of Cant., joiner, 
bonds. Feb. 17, 1639. 

Austen, William, of Ashford, tailor, ba., 
about 25, whose father consents, and 
Ann Stonehurst of Kennington, v., 
about 23, d. of Robert Stonehurst 
of Kingsnorth, 3'eom., who also con- 
sents. At S. Peter's Cant. Roger 
May of Willesborough, g., bonds. 
Sept. £0, 1645. 

Austrey, Daniel, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
grocer, ba., about 24, and Ann Bridge 
of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., v., about 
19, d. of William Brige, s. p., grosser, 
who consents, as is testified by his 
son, John Bridge of S. Alphage, 
grosser. At S. Rlichael's, Harble- 
down. Nov. 19, 1633. 

Avard, Edmund, of Horsmanden, 
clothier, ba., about 32, and Elizabeth 
Tailor of Tenterden, v., about 30, 
whose mother consents. At Bet- 
hersden. William Swift of Cant., 
gardener, bonds. April 27, 1636. 

Averill, Anthony, of Heme, school- 
master, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Butler, s. p., w., 
about 28, relict of Thomas Butler, 
late s. p., carpenter, dec. about 12 
months since. At Thanington. July 
8, 1622. 

Avery, Edward, of Stodmarsh, husb., 
ba.,23 and upwards, al his own govt., 
and Mary Cockley of S. Lawrence 
in Thanet, w., about 20, relict of 
Thomas Cockley, late s. p., husb., 
dec. At S. Lawrence. April 3, 
1624. 

Avery, Robert, of Biddenden, joiner, 
ba., about 21, son of Robert Avery 
the elder of Chichester in Sussex, 
who, it is affirmed, consents, and 
Margaret Ely of Biddenden, spr., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred'.s, Cant. Aug. 19, 1639. 

Axon, a/iiis Axton, William, clerk, LL. 
B., rector of Great Chart, ba., about 
35, and Grace Djiie of Ashford, v., 
about 18, d. of John Dyne, s. p., g., 



who consents. At G. Chart, Ashford 
or Bethersden. Aug. 24, 1642. 

Axted, John, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
mercer, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Patiison of S.Clement's in Sandwich, 
maiden, about 20, d. of Gilbert 
Patyson, late s. p., woollendraper, 
dec. about 5 years since, and now 
under the govt, of Joan Forstall, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified by 
her husband, Henry Forstall. At S. 
Clement's, aforesaid. Jan. 7, 1622. 

Axtell, John, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, husb., ba., about 38, and 
Elizabeth Branford, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of John Branford, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Joseph 
Jefterv, s. p., husb. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. Aug. 13, 1640. 

Axton, William. Sie Axon, William. 

Ayers, Thomas, of Faversham, tailor, 
ba., about 23, and Elizabeth Price, s. 
p., maiden, about 25, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Sept. 18, 1627. 

Ayerst, John, of Boughton Malhcrbe, 
husb., ba., about 45, and Judith 
W^orceter of East Sutton, v., about 

20, d. of [blank] Worccter, s. p , 
whoconsents. At E. Sutton. Jaco- 
bus W^eekes of B. Malherbe, husb., 
bonds. May 22, 1634. 

Ayler, Robert, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 20, son of Henry Ayler, s. p., 
mariner, and Dorothy Hilles, s. p., 
maiden, about28,d. of Robert Hilles, 
s. p., victualler, who consents. At 
All Saints', Cant. Sept. 12, 1625. 

Aylett, Edward, of S. John's in 1 hanet, 
g., ba., about 28 or 29, and Ann 
Greenham of Faversham, v., about 

21, whose parents are dead. At 
Faversham or S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Francis Parker of S. John's, 
in T., g., and Francis Jeffery of 
Preston n. Faversham, g., bonds. 
Dec. 15, 1642. 

Bacheler, See Batcheler. 

Bachell, George, of Wickhambreux, 
husb., widr., and Ann Hues of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., v., about 23, d. of 
John Hues of Elham, who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. April! 7, 1637. 

Back, Anthony, and Susan Tilby, of 
Lenham. At same. Feb, 21, 1624. 

Backe, Arnold, of Hinxhill, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Fran- 
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about 21, d. of John Coveney s. p., 
p., yeom., who consents. At Than- 
ington. Thomas Andrew of Hinx- 
hill, yeom., bonds. June 17, 1636. 

Back, Edward, of Hinxhill, yeom., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Ann 
Clarke, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 22, 1629. 

Backe, Kennctt, of Hinxhill, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Bull of Bra- 
bourne, maiden, about 22, d. of 
John Bull, late s. p., g., dec., and 
now abiding with John Bull s. p., g., 
her brother, who consents. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. Nov. 9, 1622. 

Backe, Kennett, of Hinxhill, yeom., 
widr., about 36, and Margaret 
Tompson of Elham, v., about 27, 
whose mother consents, as is testfied 
by John Bull of Biabourne, g. At 
S. Alphage, Cant. Oct. 20, 1628. 

Back, Richard, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., about 64, and 
Frances Verseline, s. p., w., about 
33, relict of Nicholas Verseline, lale 
s. p., dec. At same. Evanns 
Haidocke, clerk, vicar of Milton 
aforesaid, bonds. Oct. 12, 1626. 

Backe, Robert, of Ashford, woollen- 
draper, ba., about 2.5, and Jane 
March of Hythe, maiden, about 19, 
d. of William March, s. p., Jurat, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Bedingfield of Cant., haber- 
dasher. At Hythe. Nov. 30, 1627. 

Backe, Robert, of Ashford, woollen- 
draper, widr., and Martha Brett of 
Wye, v., about 22, d. ofPercival Brett, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At \V)e. 
Feb. 22, 1632. 

Backe, Robert, the younger, of God- 
mersham, yeom., ba., about 24 or 
25, whose father, Robert Backe, 
consents, and Catherine Court, s. 
p., v., about 17 or 18, d. of William 
Court, s. p , yeom., who also con- 
sents. At same, or at Elmstead. 
Clement Court of Waltham, yeom., 
bonds. March 20, 1640. 

Backe, Thomas, of Kennington, g., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Ellen 
Sawldns of Lyminge, maiden, about 
20, d. of James Sawkins, s. p., g., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Nicholas Sawkins of Lyminge, g., 
bonds. June 22, 1620. 



Backe, Thomas, of Hinxhill, widr., and 
Millicent Hughes of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., w. of Leonard Hughes, late 
of Woodnesborough, dec. At S. 
M. Northgate, Cant. Sept. 5, 1644. 

Backe, William, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, grosser, widr., about 28, and 
Mercy Lott, s. p., v., aliout 23, d. of 
Joshua Lott of Stockbury, who con- 
sents. At S M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Oct. 8, 1627. 

Backenden, George. — Nicholas Chan- 
trey of Eastwell, tailor, alleges that 
George Backenden, s. p., husb., 
widr., an ancient servant of the 
Right Hon. the Earl of Winchilsea, 
who by reason of his age is unable 
to come in person, intends to marry 
Bridget Hovenden, s. p., v., about 
54, also servant to the said Earl. At 
Boughton Aluph. "This was after- 
wards altered to Kennington or 
Eastwell.'' Thomas Speck of Cant., 
harnessmaker, bonds. July 15, 1639. 

Backley, Anthony, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, seaman, widr., and Joan 
Thomas of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., 
v., about 24, d. of Alice Thomas, s. 
p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by her son-in-law, John Lee. At S. 
M. Bredin's. John Haslewood of 
Dover, cordwainer, bonds. Feb. 25, 
1639. 

Backsted, John, of Davington, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Mildred Dad, s. 
p., v., about 22, d. of [blank] Dad 
of Luddenham, husb., who consents. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Michael 
Backsted of Badlesmere, yeom., and 
Walter Backsted ofThrowley, husb , 
bonds. June 1, 1629. 

Badcocke(BaIdockinS. George's Reg.), 
James, of West Hythe, husb., widr., 
and Margaret Wreight of Newington 
n. Hythe, w. of William Wreight, 
late, s. p., dec. At S. George's, 
Cant. John Page of Newington, 
miller, and Nicholas Wreight of 
Cant., innholder, bonds. March 9, 
1633. IVo/e. See Hardinge, Thomas, 
same date. 

Bad nor, Thomas, of Lenham, cooper. 
La., about 23, and Ann Goble of 
Ashford, v., about 18, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under the 
govt, of her aunt, Margaret Allen, 
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Ashford. Edward Nower of Ashford, 
g., bonds. Dec. 22, 1636. 

Bageant, John, of Folkestone, yeom., 
widr., about .50, and Emme Clement, 
s. p., w., about 54, relict of John 
Clement of S. Margaret at Cliff, 
yeom., dec. about 2 years since. At 
Hawkinge. June 5, 1621. 

Badgeant, John, of Folkestone, maltster, 
widr., about 58, and Elizabeth Car- 
den, s. p., maiden, about 30. At 
same. Feb. 21, 1626. 

Badgeant, William, of Dover, g., ba., 
about 33, and Elizabeth Boys of 
Coldred, v., about 23, d. of Edward 
Boys, dec. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
Edward Boys of St. Benet's Coll., 
Cambridge, g., bonds. Nov. 16, 1632. 

Bagfett, John, of Charlton n. Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 22, at his own govt , 
and Catherine Barrington of S. 
Mary's in Dover, v., about 20, d. of 
Francis Barrington, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Robert Owen 
of Charlton, turner. At S. Mary's 
in Dover. Aug. 5, 1633. 

Bagnall, Henry, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
mason, widr., and Ann Besbeech of 
Holy Cross, Cant., v., about 37. At 
Goodnestone n. Faversham. Richard 
Wood of Holy Cross, distiller, and 
William Shotwater of S. Dunstan's, 
brewer, bonds. June 18, 1633. 

Bailey (Baylie), Daniel, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, beerbrewer, widr., about 
38, and Joan Kingsford of S. Clem- 
ent's in Sandwich, maiden, about 29, 
d. of John Kingsford, late of Ham, 
yeom., dec. about 14 years since, 
now at her own govt. At Ham, " by 
reason that her brother, Thomas 
Kingsford, intendeth to give them 
their wedding dinner." Jan. 19, 1621. 

Bayly, Isaac, of Brook, and Mary Hamon 
of Flythe. At Hythe. Feb. 18, 1625. 

Bayly, Israel, and Joan Henly of Bough- 
ton Aluph. At same. Jan. 26, 1626. 

Baily, [ames, of Cranbrook, cooper, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Martha Reades, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of Samuel and Joan Reades, 
late s. p.. dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 1, 1623. 

Bailey, James, of Patrixbourne, yeom., 
widr., and Aphra Dodd, s. p., w. of 
Michael Dodd, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Oct. 14, 1635. 



Bayly, James, of Hoath, yeom., widr., 
and Jane Scrimshaw of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., w. At Hackington or S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Feb.' 27, 1638. 

Bally, Jeremy, of Tenterden, husb., widr., 
and Mary Pelham, s. p., v., about 40. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Lander 
of Tenterden, and Daniel Short, s. 
p., clothiers, bonds. Oct. 9, 1634. 

Baylie, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
vintner, ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Lowe of All Saints', Cant., v., about 
20, d. of Christopher Lowe, s. p., 
saddler, who consents, as is testified 
bv Anthony Carter, s. p., vintner. 
At All Saints'. May 23, 1630. 

Baily, John, of Chartham, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Ann Dadd of Bekes- 
bourne, v., about the like age, d. of 
Aphra Bayly, alias Dadd, now wife 
of James 13ayley of Patrixbourne, 
yeom., v/ho consents. At Patrix- 
bourne. July 2, 1636. Nole. This 
allegation is signed by John Baily 
(his mark) and by " Affra bayly" 
herself. 

Baylie, John, of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
bricklayer, ba., 22 and upwards, 
whose father, Ralph Bayly, s. p., 
bricklayer, consents, and Mary 
Wraight of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., v., about 24, d. of John Wraight 
of S. George's, Cant., rippier, who 
also consents, as is testified by 
William Tumber. At S. M. North - 
gate. Cant. Richard Rider of S. M. 
N., Cant., victualler, bonds. July 3, 
1641. 

Bayly, John, of Westwell, sawyer, widr., 
and Bridget Suter of Pluckley, v., 
about 28, d. of Elizabeth Suter, alias 
Bulbick, wife of John Bulbick, s. p., 
joiner, who consents. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. July 25, 1642. 

Bayly, John, of S. Rlary's in Dover, 
husb., ba., about 33, and Dorothy 
Seward, s. p., v., about 34, at her 
own govt. At S. George's, Cant. 
Feb. 9, 1643. 

Bayly, Joseph, of Brookland, carpenter, 
ba., about 39, and Mary Elliot of 
Hope All Saints, v., about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 21, 1636. 

Bayly, Richard, of Frittenden, yeom., 
ba., about 28, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Sleyney of Staplehurst, 
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Hamon, wife of Peter Hamon, who 
also consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 16, 1639. 

Baylie, Robert, of Faversham, seaman, 
widr., and Elizabeth Blackborne, s. 
p., w. At Luddenham. John Jones 
of Faversham, maltster, bonds. Sept. 
14, 1638. 

Bayley, Samuel, of Cranbrook, yeom., 
ba., about 33, and Elizabeth Couch- 
man, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Rebecca 
Couchman, s. p., w., who consents, 
as is testified by Richard Owre, s. p., 
yeom. At Headcorn. Sept. 21, 1626. 

Bayley, Thomas, of Selling, blacksmith, 
ba., about 22, and Mary Worldly, s. 
p., maiden, about 21, d. of John 
Worldly, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. July 8, 1620. 

Baylie, Thomas, of Frittenden, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Bat- 
hurst, s. p., v., about 18, whose 
mother, Margaret Eathurst, w., con- 
sents, as is testified by William Webb 
of Charing, butcher. At (joudhurst, 
because the maiden hath an uncle 
living at Horsemonden, who will 
bestow their wedding dinner upon 
them. John Farley of Cant., tailor, 
bonds. Feb. 7, 1626. 

Bayley, Thomas, of Smeeth, tailor, ba., 
about 25, and Margaret Sampson of 
Wye, v., 21, d. of Giles Sampson, s. 
p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 18, 1628. 

Bailey, Thomas, of Fiittenden, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Deborah Cooper 
of Sandhurst, w. of Jervase Cooper, 
late, s. p., dec. At Benenden. 
Richard Bailey of Frittenden, husb., 
bonds. April 5, 1632. 

Baiiyffe, Francis, of the city of London, 
vintner, ba., about 30, and Judith 
Colbiand of Ashford, w. of Peter 
Colbrand, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Richard Clare of 
Ashford, innholder, bonds. March 
13, 1636. 

Baker, Bartholomew, of Throwley, husb., 
ba., about 30, in the presence of his 
father, John Baker, s. p., husb., and 
Jane Thrum of Molash, v., about 36. 
AtMolash. June 26, 1645. 

Baker, Benjamin, of Old Romney, tailor, 
widr., and Ann Fagg of Woodchurch, 
w. of John Fagg, late s. p., dec. 
At O. Romney. Aug. 16, 1641. 



Baker, Christopher, of Heme, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Jane Waddell, s. 
p., maiden, about 24, d. of William 
Waddell of Sturry, dec, who con- 
sents. (Sic, but " deceased" inter- 
lined.) At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Oct. 6, 1626. 

Baker, Edmund, of Folkestone, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 24, and Susan 
Manger, s. p., w. of Ezekiel Manger, 
late s. p., cordwyner, dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 9, 1623. 

Baker, Edward, ofNewington n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., ba., about 23, and 
Elizabeth Boate, s. p., maiden, 
about 20, d. of Henry Boate, s. p., 
g., who consents. At same. Dec. 20, 
1619. 

Baker, Edward, of Kingsdown, and Ann 
Sayer of S. Andrew's, Cant. At S. 
Andrew's. Feb. 26, 1619. 

Baker, Edward, of Ash, husb., ba., 
above 21, whose parents are dead, 
and Barbara Pryor. s. p., maiden, 
about 27, d. of Daniel Pryor, late 
s. p., yeom., dec, and now living 
with her mother, Barbara Pryor, w., 
who consents, as is testified i)y 
Andrew Omer, s. p., yeom. At 
Elmstone. Feb. 2, 1620. 

Baker, Edward, of New Romney, butcher, 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Swift 
of Stone in O.xney, v., about 22, 
whose mother consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Woodrough of Stone in 
O., butcher. At Stone. Oct. 10, 1636. 

Baker, Francis, of River, miller, widr., 
and Ann Savage of Folkestone, v., 
about 32. At Barham. Thomas 
Culmer of Folkestone, miller, bonds. 
July 18, 1637. 

Baker, Gregory, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
butcher, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Thomasinc Mills of Hoth- 
field, v.,about22. d.of[blank] Mills, 
alias Hall, now wife of Christopher 
Hall, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 5, 1635. 

Baker, Henry, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
baker, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Agnes Foate, s. p., maiden, about 
24, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Aug. 23, 1626. 

Baker, Henry, of Faversham, haber- 
dasher, ba., about 27, and Paulina 
Beauty, s. p., v., about 20, whose 
parents, are dead, and she now at the 
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who consents, as is testified by Na- 
tlianiel Besbeech, s. p., g. At 
same. George Bradfcild, s. p., yeom., 
bonds. June 24, 1639. 

Baker, Jolm, of Chart n. Sutton Valence, 
husb., ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Mary Web, s. p., maiden, about 
24, d. of Thomas Web, s. p., miller, 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Johnson, s. p. g. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. April 30, 1627. 

Baker, |ohn, of St. Peter's in Thanet, 
g., ba., about 48, and Mildred White, 
s. p., spr., about 22, d. of William 
White, s. p., who signifies his con- 
sent " by letters sent vnder his 
marke." At S. Lawrence in Thanet. 
Aug. 5, 1630. 

Baker, John, and Catherine Langridge, 
of S. Margaret's, Cant. At same. 
Jan. 9, 1631. 

Baker, John, of Little Chart, yeom., 
widr., and ]\Iary Barlinge of Faver- 
sham, w. of Richard Barlinge, late 
s. p., dec. At Otterden. Edward 
Hales of Faversham, g., bonds. April 
4. 1633. 

Baker, John, of Seasalter, husb., ba., 
about 45, and Agnes Howson ot 
Whitstable, v., about 24, d. of 
William Howson of Hernc, husb., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
John Milksted of Seasalter, husb., 
bonds. Oct. 3, 1633. 

Baker, John, of Postling, yeom.. ba., 
about 30, and Catherine Mantle of 
" Horton Monachorum," v., d. of 
Walter Mantell, s. p.. Esquire, who 
consents. At Sellinge. July 4, 1637. 

Baker, John, of Stone in Oxncy, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Margaret East, s. 
p., w. of William East, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Thomas 
Hoare of Fairfield, and Thomas 
Burr of Brenzet, yeomen, bonds. 
Sept. 2.5, 1638. 

Baker, John, of Warden, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Ann Pancase, s. p., w. 
At same. Feb. 21, 1638. 

Baker, John, of Saltwood, yeom., ba., 
about 31, and Alice Wyld of Lympne, 
w. of William Wild, late s. p., dec. 
At Lympne. Richard Wild of 
Lympne, yeom., bonds. Aug. 1, 1639. 

Baker, John, of Heme, linen weaver, 
ba., about 28, whose father, John 
Baker of Boughton Blean, linen 
weaver, consents, and Thomasine 



Harrison of Heme, w. of Robert 
Harrison, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. Richard Williamson 
of Heme, bricklayer, bonds. May 
17, 1642. 

Baker, John, of Faversham, carpenter, 
ba., about 30, and Susan Cooke, s. 
p., w. of Henry Cooke, dec. At 
Preston n. Faversham or Graveney. 
Jime 19, 1645. 

Baker, RLitthew, of Maidstone, maltster, 
ba., about 31, and Mary Streater, s. 
p., v., about 21, who, her parents 
being dead, is now under the govt. 
of her aunt, one Short, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Hanslett 
Goddenof Thurnham. At Al! Saints', 
Cant. March 10, 1627. 

Baker, Richard, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., husb., ba., about 25, and 
Mary Payne of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
maiden, about 17, d. of William 
Payne, s. p., yeom,, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in Sandwich. May 10, 
1620. 

Baker, Richard, of Ruckinge, husb., 
widr., about 40, and Deborah Al- 
cocke, s. p., v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At S. RL Bred- 
man's, Cant. May 16, 1625. 

Baker, Richard, of Folkestone, miller, 
widr., about 30, and Sarah Standley, 
s. p., w., about 40, relict of Peter 
Standley, late s. p., dec. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. Sept. 29. 1626. 

Baker, Richard, of Throwley, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Atherie Straine 
of Ospringe, v., aLout 21, d. of 
Simon Straine of Sheldwich, yeom., 
who consents. At St. Margaret's, 
Cant. Sept. 14, 1629. 

Baker, Richard, of Folkestone, yeom., 
widr., and Cicely Maunger of Capel, 
w. of William Maunger, late of 
Folkestone, dec. At Capel. July 
4, 1631. 

Baker, Richard, of Ruckinge, yeom , 
widr., and Grace Maytham of Beth- 
crsden, v., about 40. At Bethersden. 
Aug. 17, 1636. 

Baker, Richard, of Boughton Bkan, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Mildred 
Wiley, s. p., w. of John Wiley, late 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 
16, 1G36. 

Baker, Richard, of Ash, labourer, widr.. 
and Jane Younge, s. p., w. At All 
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the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., barber- 
surgeon, bonds. July 21, 1638. 

Baker, Richard, of New Romney, 
grocer, ba., about 25, and Margaret 
Hogben of Hythe, v., about 18, d. 
of Richard Hogbenn, s. p., chandler, 
who consents. At Hythe. William 
Haine of Cant., haberdasher, bonds. 
Aug. 2, 1641. 

Baker, Richard, of Ruckinge, yeom., 
widr., and Margaret Stevens of 
Woodchurch, w. of Thomas Stevens, 
late s. p., dec At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Aug. 5, 1641. 

Baker, Richard, of Lynstead, butcher, 
ba., about 32, and Mary Hart of 
Charing, v,'. of Joseph Hart, late s. 
p., dec. At Iwade or Badlesmere. 
John Collins of Lynstead, g., bonds. 
March 12, 1645. 

Baker, Robert, of Boughton Blean, and 
IMargery Gregorie, s. d. At same. 
May 1, 1619. 

Baker, Robert, of Old Romney, yeom., 
widr., about 45, and Elizabeth Phil- 
pot, s. p., w., about 30, relict of 
Thomas Philpot, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 2, 1628. 

Baker, Robert, of Chislet, tailor, widr., 
and Margaret Butler, s. p., w. of 
John Butler, late s. p., dec. At S. 
"Margaret's, Cant. July 1, 1630. 

Baker, Robert, of Lynstead, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Cicely Andrew of Charing, v., about 
25, whose mother, Rabedge Androw, 
consents, as is testified by William 
Reynoldes of Cant., woollendraper. 
AtEastling. Sept. 18, 1632. 

Baker, Robert, of Maidstone, basket- 
maker, ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Jane Goodladd of 
Sellinge, v., about 23, d. of Richard 
Goodladd, s. p., butcher, who also 
consents. At Sellinge. Thomas 
Gilbert of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
tanner, bonds. July 2, 1639. 

Baker, Samuel, S. T. P., Prebendary of 
Canterbury, and Joan Bray of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant. At the 
Cathedral, Cant., S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., Sturry or Faversham. June 
25, 1642. 

Baker, Thomas, of Stockbury, butcher, 
ba., about 26, and Margaret Cole, s. 
p., w., about 32, relict of Thomas 
Cole, late of Borden, dec. At Stock- 
bury. Dec. 14, 1624. 



Baker, Thomas, of Chartham, carpenter, 
ba., about 30, and Ann Harrett, s. 
p., v., about 29, at her own govt. At 
same. Aug. 12, 1626. 

Baker, Thomas, of Maidstone, basket- 
maker, ba., 23 and upwards, at 
his own govt., and Margaret How- 
land of Charing, v., about 22, 
whose mother consents. At Charing. 
Jan. 25, 1629. 

Baker, Thomas, of Lynstead, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Catlett of Teynham, 
w. of John Catlett, late s. p., dec. 
At Teynham. John Hait of Lyn- 
stead, yeom., bonds. Dec. 29, 1631. 

Baker, Thomas, of Folkestone, mariner, 
ba , about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Ward of S. Mary's in 
Dover, spr., about 22, d. of Sarah 
Ward, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Hougham. Jacobus Jaggard of 
Stepney in Middlesex, chirurgeon, 
bonds. April 24, 1633. 

Baker, Thomas, of Folkestone, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Elizabeth Smeed, s. p., v., about 
30. AtS. Margaret's, Cant. Edward 
Baker of Folkestone, cordwainer, 
bonds. Oct. 21, 1633. 

Baker, Thomas, of New Romney, clerk, 
ba., about 28, whose father, Mr. 
Richard Baker, consents, and Mary 
Parker, s. p., w. of John Parker, late 
dec. At same. Jan. 15, 1633. 

Baker, Thomas, of Lynstead, husb., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Jane 
Fagge, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Jane 
Fagge of Dover, w., who consents. 
At Boughton Blean. Robert Baker 
of Lynstead, yeom., bonds. March 
1, 1633. 

Baker, Thomas, of Davington, husb., 
ba., about 3-5, and Ann Vidgian of 
Faversham, w. of Andrew Vidgian, 
late dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
Henry Vidgian of Ospringe, maltster, 
and Richard Baker of Lenham, husb., 
bonds. Feb. 20, 1636. 

Baker, Thomas, of Sellinge, beerbrewer, 
ba., about 22, and Mery (sic) Tom- 
linson, s. p., spr., about 24, d. of 
[blank] Tomlinson of Brook, w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Edward Dodd of Sellinge, yeom. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John William- 
son of Cant., beerdrawer, bonds. 
April 21, 1640. 

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Baker, Thomas, of Hernhill, husb., 
widr., and Bennet Jeninges of Ash, 
v., about 23, d. of John Jeninges of 
Faversham, miller, who consents. At 
Wingham. May 28, 1642. 

Baker, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Margaret Fillman 
of S. George's, Cant., w. of [blank] 
Fillman, late s. p., dec. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Joseph Parkin of 
Thanington, barber, bonds. May 
13, 1643. 

Baker, Thomas, of Eastry, maltster, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Cath- 
erine Hamon, s. p., v., about 25, d. 
of Mildred, the wife of Christopher 
Waters, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. John 
Kennard of Ulcombe, husb., bonds. 
June 17, 1644. 

Baker, Walter, of Kingsdown, g., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Mary 
Claggett of S. Alphage, Cant., 
maiden, about 20, d. of William 
Claggett, s. p., haberdasher, who 
consents. At Boughton Blean. 
Dec. 3, 1621. 

Baker, William, of Faversham, brewer, 
ba., about 30, and Susan Lilliat of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., w. of Thomas 
Lill)'at, late s. p., g., dec. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. July 29, 1624. 

Baker, William, of Folkestone, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Margaret Davys, s. p., maiden, 
about 24, whose mother, one widow 
Davyes of Hawkinge, consents, as is 
testified by Henry Jenken of Cant., 
g. At Folkestone. Sept. 27, 1624. 

Baker, William, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., widr., about 40, and Jane 
Rigden of Nonington, v., about 30, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 22, 1625. 

Baker, William, of S. Alphage, Cant., g., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Susan Mitchell of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, v., 18 or 19, who, her parents 
being dead, is now in the tuition 
and charge of her guardian, [blank] 
Boycat, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by Edward Baker of 
Cant., g. At S. Alphage. Nov. 12, 
1627. 

Baker, William, of Dover, vintner, ba., 
about 27, and Petronell Truelove of 
Patrixbourne, v., about 20, d. of one 
Truelove of Southfleet, wlio consents 



as is testified by Thomas Lloyd, g. At 
S. M.Magdalene.Cant. Oct.l4, 1628. 

Baker, Wilham, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 30. and Elizabeth Stanton, s. 
p., v., 22 and upwards, d. of John 
Stanton, dec, and of Esther Stanton, 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Ilutchens, s. p., sailor. At 
S. Mary's in Dover. Jan. 22. 1G29. 

Baker, William, of Boxley, and Ann 
Stubberfieldof Maidstone. AtMaid- 
stone. Feb. 12, 1633. 

Baker, VVilliam,ofCranbrook, husb., ba., 
about 22, son of Samuel Baker, s.p., 
who consents, and Mary Moody, s. p., 
v., about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S.Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 23, 1639. 

Balcanqual I, Walter, clerk, D.D., parson 
of Adisham, ba., about 34, and Dame 
Elizabeth Hamond of Bishopsbourne, 
w., about 33, relict of Sir William 
Hamond, Knight, late of St. Albions 
in the parish of Nonington, dec. At 
Bishopsbourne. John Warner, clerk, 
S.T.P., Prebendary of Cant., bonds. 
Sept. 20, 1624. 

Balden, Siv Baldwin. 

Baldock, Anthony, of Little Chart, husb., 
ba., about 36, and Martha Peck, s. p., 
v., about 37, at her own govt. At 
same. Feb. 21, 1638. 

Baldock, George, of Charing, husb., ba., 
24 and upwards, and Alice Pellant 
of Egerton, spr,, about 26, at her 
own govt. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
March 29, 1628. 

Baldock, Jacobus, of Preston, and Eliza- 
beth Lee of Westbeie. At Westbere. 
Dec. 23, 1620. 

Baldocke, Robert, of Elham, husb., 
widr., 30 and upwards, and Ann 
Easday, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of Stephen Easday, dec, and of 
[blank] Easday of Willesborough, 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Giles Masters of Elham, g. At 
Elham. July 29, 1626. 

Baldock, Robert, of All Saints', Cant., 
grocer, widr., and Margaret Turner, 
s.p., w. of William Turner, late of 
S. Andrew's Cant., dec. At All 
Saints'. Ezekiel Baldocke of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., yeom., bonds. Jan. 
21, 1633. 

Baldocke, Thomas, of Heme, husb., 
widr., and Susan Cocke, s. p., w. of 
Samuel Cocke, late s. p., dec At 
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Baldocke, William, of Norton, husb., 
widr., and Mary Gladcn of S. Peter's, 
Cant., v., about 30. At [blank]. 
July 4, 1637. 

Baldocke, William, of Norton, husb., 
widr., and Margaret Beechinge of 
Chilham, v., about 30, d. of [blank] 
Beaching, s, p., w., who consents, 
as is testified by John Corke of Mil- 
stead, husb. At Chilham. Richard 
Corke of Frinstead, husb., bonds. 
Aug. 5, 1639. 

Baldocke, William, of East Langdon, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Dilly, s. p., V , about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Sutton n. 
Dover or Tilmanstone. Jacobus 
Burvill of Tilmanstone, clerk, bonds., 
Sept. 14, 1640. 

Baldwin (Balden), Christopher, of S. 
Andrew's, Cant., vintner, ba., about 
27, and Mary Turner, s. p., v., about 
29, d. of Robert Turner, s. p., inn- 
holder, who consents. At same. 
March 16, 1632. 

Baldwyne, John, of Upchurch, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Dorothy Smith 
of Hartlip, v., about 23, whose 
mother, Alice Smith, alias Barrow, 
consents, as is testified by William 
Gatley of Upchurch, yeom. At Up- 
church. June 14, 1626. 

Baulden, Leonard, of Faversham, g., 
ba., about 30, and Dorothy Morris, 
s. p., w., about 34, relict of John 
Morris, late s. p., dec. At Ospringe, 
Oct. 30, 1619. 

Bawden, alias Baldwyn, Michael, of 
Eastchurch, g., ba., about 30, and 
Constance Agmundisham, s. p., 
maiden, about 26, d. of John Ag- 
mundisham, late of Sussex, dec, and 
now at her own govt. At Eastchurch. 
May 26, 1627. 

Baldwyn, Richard, of Ulcombe, g.,ba., 
about 26, and Margaret Springett, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of Robert 
Springett of Shadoxhurst, g., who 
consents. At Ulcombe. Philip 
Shute of Kennington, g., bonds. 
April 10, 1640. 

Baldwin, Robert, of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
woollendraper. ba., about 23, and 
Martha Chandler, s.p., v., about 24, 
d. of Thomas Chandler, s.p., butcher, 
who consents. At same. John 
Chandler of Cant., butcher, bonds. 
Feb. 15, 1660. 



Balden, Thomas, of Faversham, sailor, 
ba., about 22, and Rebecca Harloe, 
s. p., maiden, of the like age, d. of 
Thomas Harloe, s. p., shipcarpenter, 
who consents, as is testified by Mr. 
John Trowtes, s. p., sailor. At same. 
April 13, 1626. 

Baldwyn, William of Halstow, sailor, 
widr., about 30, and Margaret Hen- 
neker of Chilham, maiden, about 19, 
d. of Thomas Henneker, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Feb. 17, 1622. 

Balden, William, of Norton, husb., widr, 
and Mary Cheesman, s. p., v., about 
30, whose parents are dead. At same. 
John Stredwick of Sts. Cosmus and 
"Damien in le Blean, husb., and John 
Clarke, s. p., husb., bonds. Sept. 
28, 1633. 

Baldwin, William, of Warehorne, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Jasper, s. p., w. 
of James Jasper, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Francis Topley of Mersham, 
yeom., bonds. Jan. 7, 1638. 

Balden, William, of Warehorne, cooper, 
widr., and Agnes Phlappingwell, s. 
p., v., about 25 or 26, whose parents 
are dead. At same. Dec. 22, 1643. 

Ball, James, of Sittingbourne, musician, 
ba., about 25, son of James Ball, 
dec, and Joan Dally, s. p., w. of 
of William Dally. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 1, 1632. Note. This 
allegation was made by the above 
Joan Dally. 

Ball, John, of Eoughton Blean, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Mersh 
of Monkton, spr., of the like age. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Matthew Ball 
of S. George's, Cant., husb., bonds. 
Jan. 12, 1630. 

Ball, John, of Harty, husb., widr., and 
Elizabeth Fleete of S. Dunstan's, 
Cant., v., about 30. At S. " Thomas 
Thappl'," Harty. Timothy Devison 
of Norton, husb., and Thomas Cul- 
len of S. Dunstan's, Cant., husb., 
bonds. July 13, 1635. 

Ball, John, of St. Thomas the Apostle, 
Harty, yeom., widr., and Alice 
Edwardes of Halstow, w. of Robert 
Edwardes, late s. p., dec. At Hal- 
stow. John Butler of Hartv, g., 
bonds. June 29, 1639. 

Bawie, Thomas, of Harty, husb., widr., 
about 25, and Mary Hardinge, s. p., 
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Hardinge, late dec. At Eastchurch. 
Ralph Jeffer}' of Harty,yeom., bonds. 
June 28, 1630. 

Ball, William, of JMaidstone, maltster, 
ba., about 40, and Joan Kipps, s. p., 
w. of Henry Kipps, late s. p., dec. 
At Berstead. Aug. 16, 1632. 

Ball, William, of Thurnham, yeom., 
widr., and Joan ^Midleton, s. p., \v. 
of William Midleton, late dec. At 
same. William Dadson of Berstead, 
husb., bonds. Feb. 9, 1635. 

Ballard, John, of Cranbrook, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Mary Gromebridge, 
s. p., v., about 24, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Harden of Goudhurst, 
miller, bonds. Oct. 19, 1636. 

Ballard, Robert, of Hythe, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Susan Gibbens, s. p., 
v., about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At Cheriton. William Gibbens of 
Elham, cordwainer, bonds. Oct. 8, 
1642. 

Ballard, Vincent, of S. Mar3''s in Dover, 
glazier, ba., about 20, son of Tobias 
Ballard of Sandwich, yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Coxe of Dover, glover, and Eliza- 
beth Williams of Dover, v., about 19, 
whose parents are dead, and she now 
at the govt, of her sister, Mary 
Ballard of Dover, who also consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. Daniel Cox of 
Cant., glazier, bonds. May 17, 1638. 

Ballard, Walter, of Cranbrook, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Cooper 
of Icklesham in Sussex, w , about 23, 
relict of John Cooper, late s. p., dec. 
At Cranbrook. Dec. 2, 1624. 

Bal Is, Robert, and Jane Giles. — Jane Giles 
of Sheldwich, v., about 22, at her 
own govt., appears personally, and 
alleges that Robert Balls of the City 
of London, g., ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and she, the said Jane, 
intend to marry, etc. At Ospringe. 
Gabriel Giles ot Sheldwich, g., bonds. 
Sept. 1,1631. 

Balshaw, John, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., widr., tapster, and Alice Arnell 
of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., spr., about 
23, d. of [blank] Arnell of Sheldwich, 
husb., who consents. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Jacobus Bamerof Cant., tailor, 
bonds. Dec. 11, 1634. 

Banbury, John, of Hythe, carpenter, 
widr., and Thomasine Sladden, s. p.. 



w. of Robert Sladden, late s. p., dec. 
At Saltwood. Jacobus Russell of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. Oct. 4, 1634. 

Bance, Richard [Banckes in the margin], 
of Alkham, tailor, ba., about 24, and 
Joan Harrison, of Elham, v., about 
24, d. of William Harrison, late of 
Lyminge, dec. ; with her mother's 
consent. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Richard Woollett, g., and William 
Harrison, husb., both of Elham, 
bonds. Oct. 25, 1631. 

Bance, Robert, of Maidstone, carpenter, 
ba., about 28, and Agnes Reader of 
Thornham, v, about 23, whose 
mother, Agnes Reader, alias Simon- 
son, consents. At Otham. April 23, 
1633. See Bankes. 

Banes, John, of Deal, seaman, widr., and 
Joan Man, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
[blank] Man, alias Peerce, wife of 
Stephen Peerce, s. p., which said 
[blank] Man, alias Peerce, consents, 
the said Stephen Peerce affirming so 
much heretofore unto James Bad- 
cocke of Cant., innholder, as he now 
testifies. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
William Lithall of Cant., baker, 
bonds. Feb. 6, 1642. 

Banes, William, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 24 or 25, whose father, Henry 
Banes, consents, and Magdalen Mul- 
lett, s. p., v., about 17 or 18, d. of 
William Mullet, s. p., who also con- 
.sents, as is testified by his son, 
Richard Mullet, s. p., seaman. At 
same. May 16, 1640. 

Bankes, Caleb, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Martha Dan of Faversham, spr., 
about 18, d. of Stephen Dan, late s. 
p., chapman, dec. At Faversham. 
Sept. 9, 1623. 

Bankes, John, of Acrise, clerk, M.A., 
ba., about 26, and Mary Tonstall, 
of Cant., w. of William Tonstall, 
late s. p., g., dec. At Chartham. 
John Mantle of Cant., g., bonds. 
June 15, 1630. 

Bankes, Thomas, of Ulcombe, clothier, 
ba., about 26, and Jane Usher of 
Sutton Valence, v., about 19, d. of 
John Usher, s. p., husb., who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Russell, 
s. p., carpenter. At Sutton Vai. 
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Bankes, Thomas, of Biddcnden, hiisb., 
widr., and Man- Hart, s. p., v., about 
23, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Robert Brissenden 
and William Whiteman, of Bidden- 
den, husbandmen, bonds. May 6, 
1641. 

Bankes, Thomas, of Cranbrook, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 26, and Mary Burton 
of Frittenden, v., about 23, d. of 
Catherine Burton, s. p., w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard 
Burton of Maidstone, bricklayer. 
At Headcorn or Frittenden. May 
29, 1643. See Bance. 

Ban nidge, Thomas, of Sittingbournc, 
hush., ba., about 30, and Ellen 
Parker of Halstow, w., about 50, 
relict of Thomas Parker, s. p., husb., 
dec. about 12 months since. At 
Halstow. Feb. 7, 1620. 

Bannister, Robert, of Minsterin Sheppy, 
husb., ba., about 35, and Catherine 
Bowbanck, s. p., \v. of Robert Bow- 
banck, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. Abraham Parker 
of Queenborough, seaman, and John 
Bowbanck of Minster in S., yeom., 
bonds. Sept. 15, 1642. 

Bannester, Thomas, of Faversham, 
blacksmith, widr., about 40, and 
Elizabeth Oldale, s. p., w., about 
same age, relict of John Oldale, s. p., 
shoemaker, dec. At same. June 
18, 1625. 

Bannester, Thomas, of Faversham, 
blacksmith, widr., and Mary Ham- 
mon, s. p., w. of [blank] Hamon, 
dec. At same. July 26, 1634. 

Banister, William, of Tunstall, yeom., 
ba., about 44, and Sarah Henman 
of Tong, w. of Henr}- Henman, late 
dec. At Tong. Joseph Brooke of 
Tunstall, g., and Thomas Shindler 
of Cunt., g., bonds. Jan. 14, 1634. 

Barber, George, of Sandwich, mariner, 
widr., and Elizabeth Jewet, s. p., 
w. of Richard jewet, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Nicholas John- 
son of Cant., yeom., bonds. May 
26, 1645. 

Barber, Jasper, of Goudhurst, miller, 
widr., about 50, and Mary Austen, 
s. p., w., about 44, relict of Samuel 
Austen, late s. p., dec. At Benen- 
den. Allegation made and signed 
by Richard Austen of Benenden, 
clerk. June 2, 1620. 



Barber, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Curling 
of S. Lawrence in Thanet, \v. of 
Anthony Curling, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Lawrence. John Wclby of Heme, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 22, 1627. 

Barber, John, of Kingstone, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Yonge, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Robert Yonge, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Richardson of Cant, g. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Feb. 5, 1637. 

Barber, John, of Sandwich, husb , ba., 
about 27, and Mary Hilder, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant, jacobus 
Thompson of Sandwich, gardener, 
bonds. Dec. 30, 1645. 

Bar bar, Nicholas, of Kingstone, and 
Mary Yonge, s. p. At same. Feb. 
26, 1619. 

Barber, Richard, of Dover, mariner, 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Bartlet, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Bartlet, late s. 
p., dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Jan. 31, 1637. 

Barber, Richard, of Sandwich, brazier, 
ba., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, and Catherine Finch, s. p., v., 
about 22 or 23, whose parents also 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. John Milles of Cant., clothier, 
bonds. March 19, 1644. 

Barber, Robert, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, cordwinder, and Mary Mar- 
tin, s. p., w. At same. Feb. 6, 1620. 

Barber, Robert, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, widr., and Mary 
Gibson, s. p., w. of one Gibson, late 
s. p., dec. At same. July 20, 1632. 

Barber, Thomas, of S. John's in Thanet, 
seaman, ba., about 22, whose father, 
John Barber, consents, and Mary 
13ishopp, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Stephen Bishopp, s. p., who also 
consents. At same. Francis Plomer 
of Cant., brewer, bonds. May 28, 
1641. 

Bardwell, James, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Sarah Hatson of Newington n. 
Hythe, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Nicholas Hatson, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Newington. Sepit. 10, 
1627. 
Barfoote, Richard, of Minster in Sheppy, 
tailor, widr., and Grace Hyatt, s. p., 
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sexton, who makes and signs this allega- 
tion. At same. Dec. 20, 1644. 

Bargrave, Robert, of Patrixbourne, g., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Peyton 
of Bekesbourne, v., about 18, who, 
her father being dead, is now under 
the govt, of her guardian, Thomas 
Hales, s. p., Esquire, who consents. 
At Ch. Ch., Cant. April 10, 1636. 

Bargrave, Robert, of Bridge, g., widr., 
and Rlargaret Coveney of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant., w. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Paul Country of Cant., g., 
bonds. Feb. 24, 1644. 

Bargrave, Robert, of Willesborough, 
tanner, ba., about 30, whose father 
consents, and Deborah Amis of 
Molash, v., about 20, d. of Richard 
Amis, s. p., yeom., who also consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. April 23, 1646. 

Barham, Arthur, of Tenterden, clothier, 
widr., about 43, and Ann Richardson, 
of Broomfield, v., about 40. At 
Leeds. Aug. 29, 1628. 

Barham, Charles, of Cant., innholder, 
and INIary Hodges, s. p., v. At All 
Saints', Cant. John Simpson of 
Cant., grocer, bonds. Sept. 12, 1639. 

Barham, Charles, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, vintner, ba., about 22, and 
Dorothy Finch of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, v., about 18, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Charles Barham, of Cant., innholder, 
and Richard Barber of Sandwich, 
maltster, bonds. Feb. 3, 1645. 

Barham, Isaac, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., innholder, widr., about 32, 
and Ann White of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
w., about 30, relict of Simon White, 
late s. p., dec. At Milton n. Cant. 
Aug. 25, 1627. 

Barham, Richard, of Cranbrook, cloth- 
worker, and Mary Scranton, s. p., w. 
At Cranbrook. This allegation (un- 
signed) was made by [blank] of Cran- 
brook, because "beinge both old and 
the said Richard Barham soe lame 
and diseased withall that he is not 
in any wise able either to ride or goe 
to Canterbury to obtaine a license." 
In proof a letter was exhibited under 
the handwriting of Mr. Robert Abott, 
vicar of Cranbrook. Feb. 5, 1629. 

Barham, Robert, of Sandwich, ba., 
about 21, son of Robert Barham, s. 
p., innkeeper, who consents, as is 
testified by Charles Barham of S. 



Margaret's, Cant., innholder, and Ann 
Johnson, d. of [blank] Johnson, 
late of S. Lawrence in Thanet, the 
said Ann being about 18, and in the 
govt, of Henry Johnson of S. Law- 
rence, g., who also consents. At 
Woodncsborough. Oct. 12, 1635. 

Barham, Thomas, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., tailor, ba.. about 23, whose 
mother consents, and Margaret Blogg 
of All Saints', Cant., v., about 22, d. 
of [blank] Blogg, alias Jemmett, 
wife of Warham Jemmett of Sturry, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Richard Juxon of All Saints', Cant., 
g. At All Saints'. July 11, 1639. 

Barham, Thomas, of Leeds, linen 
weaver, ba., about 34, and Mary 
Potten of Hollingbourne, v., about 
30, d. of Elizabeth Potten, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Stephen Potten. s. p., husb. At Leeds 
or Hollingbourne, Nov. 18, 1643. 

Barham et Dawson. 1646. Taken 
from the Index to Vol. P. 

Barker, Christopher, of Brabourne, 
shoemaker, ba., about 35, and Alice 
Thorne, s. p., w. of John Thorne, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. April 8, 1629. 

Barker, Edward, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 30, whose father, John Barker, 
consents, and Margery Redge, s. p., 
w. of Richard Redge, late s. p., dec. At 
S.M. Magdalene, Cant. May 21, 1639. 

Barker, James, of Ashford, cordwainer, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Hammon of 
Molash, v., about 24, d. of Christo- 
pher Hammon, s. p., who consents. 
At Molash. Aug. 31, 1636. 

Barker, Thomas, of Berstead, butcher, 
ba., about 36, and Elizabeth Dove, s. 
p., maiden, about 19, d. of [blank] 
Dove of Sutton Valence, tailor, who 
consents, as is testified by Mr. 
Thomas Angood, clerk. Vicar of 
Berstead. AtBerstead. Nov. 14, 1620. 

Barkley, John, of Faversham, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Agnes Stennings, s. p., 
v., about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Thomas Barrington, s. p., 
gardener, bonds. Oct. 2, 1634. 

Barles, Miller, of Mersham, g., ba., 
about 24, and Abigail Hamon of 
Folkestone, v., 23, d. of Joseph 
Hamon, dec, and of [blank] Hamon, 
s. p., w., who consents. At Bra- 
bourne. March 16, 1632. 



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Barley, John, ot S. Mary's in Dover, 
baker, ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Eley Tiddeman, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Thomas Tidde- 
man of the same town. Jurat, who 
also consents, as is testified by 
George Huffam of Dover, g. At S. 
Mary's. Feb. 23, 1635. 

Barley, Richard, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mercer, ba., about 25, and Patience 
Weevills of S. M. Bredman's, Cant., 
v., about 23, d. of Ahce Weevills, s. 
p., w., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Peter Evans of Cant., g., 
bonds. Dec. 21, 1643. 

Barley, Thomas, of Dover, mercer, ba., 
about 24, whose mother, Joan Rarly, 
consents, and Sarah Weevills of All 
Saints', Cant., v., about 22, d. of 
Alice Weevilles, s. p., w., who also 
consents, as is testified by her uncle, 
Robert Sxitton, g. At All Saints', 
Cant. Thomas Fidge of Dover, 
grocer, bonds. Sept. 12, 1639. 

Barlinge, George, of Egerton, yeom., 
ba., about 30, whose father, John 
Barling, consents, and P^lizabeth 
Newland of Smarden, v.. about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At Smar- 
den. John Mond of Cant., clothier, 
bonds. Feb. 23, 1640. 

Barlinge, John, of Ebony, yeom., widr., 
and Bridget Drayner of Frittenden, 
w. of John Drayner, late dec. At 
S.Margaret's, Cant. July 8, 1633. 

Barling, John, of Egerton, kersey 
maker, ba., about 26, and Alice 
Rickard, s. p., v., about 30, d. of 
Clement Rickard, s. p., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Abel 
Pemble of Egerton, kerseymaker, 
and Thomas Barlinge, s. p., veom., 
bonds. Feb. 16, 1634. 

Barlinge, John, of Ulcombe, clothier, 
widr., and Elizabeth Scott of Len- 
ham, v., about 26, d. of Ellen Vridge, 
s, p., w., who consents. At Lenham. 
Feb. 13, 1637. 

Barlinge, John, of Fairfield, husb., 
widr., and Alice Tanton, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Tanton, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Aug. 3, 1639. Note. This 
allegation is made and signed by 
George Essex, s. p., husb., who 
" knoweth of noe lawfull let., to 
hinder" this marriage " between the 
said John Barlinge and Elizabeth 
Tanton." 



Barling, Leonard, of Ulcombe, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Joan Grecnham 
of Faversham, v., about 21, d. of 
John Greenham, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. May 1, 1633. 

Barling, Richard, of Egerton, husb., 
ba., about 28, and RIargaret Toply 
of Wye, v., about 30, d. of Henry 
Toply, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Rlargaret's, Cant. Oct. 22, 1629. 

Barlinge, Thomas, of Egerton, clothier, 
ba., about 27, and Martha Trendall 
of Lenham, maiden, about 20, d. of 
John Trendall of Boxley, glover, 
dec. about 10 years since, and now 
in the govt, of her mother, Joan 
Boghurst, alias Trendall, who con- 
sents, as is testified by her husband, 
John Boghurst of Lenham, yeom. 
At S. ]\L Bredman's, Cant. Dec 
17, 1621. 

Barling, William, of Egerton, tanner, 
ba., about 23, whose father, John 
Barling, consents, and Mary Kinge 
of Snave, v., about 16... Note. 
Allegation unfinished, crossed out, 
and "vacat"' in the margin. July 
17, 1646. 

Barling et Browne. 1646. Taken 
from the Index to Vol. P. 

Barlow, Thomas, of Dover Castle, 
" gunner there," ba., about 50, and 
Catherine Horton of S. Mary's in 
Dover, w. of John Horton, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret AtclilT. Thomas 
Edwardes " de pallatio quondam 
regis," n. Cant., girdler, bonds. 
Sept. 6, 1633. 

Barman, James, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 27, and Thomasine 
Coppin, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Thomas Coppin of S. Lawrence in 
llianet, who consents, as is testified 
by her uncle, John Russell of S. 
Peter's, aforesaid. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. [No date, but about] 
Sept. 17, 1629. 

Barman, Richard, of Kennington, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Martha Davies of 
Throwley, v., about 25, d. of [blank] 
Davies of Charing, who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Richard 
Stockden of Cant., fellmonger, and 
Stephen Page, s. p., blacksmith, 
bonds. July 16, 1646. 

Barnabe, Peter Desideria [in the mar- 
gin " Desideria Barnabe "], of Sand- 



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wich, shoemaker, ba., about 34, and 
Parnell King of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, w. At S. Mary's in S. May 
15, 1628. 

Barnacle (Barnicle), John, of Boughton 
Blean. husb., ba., "about 25, and Ann 
Shrubsole, s. p., spr., about 35, d. 
of Thomasine Shrubsole, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Shrubsole of Sheldwich, husb. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. John Canon of 
Cant., haberdasher, bonds. Oct. 14, 
1639. 

Barnacle, Richard, of Whitstable, sea- 
man, ba., about 24 or 25, and Dennis 
Jeftery of Seasalter, v., about 30, d. 
of Mary Jeffry of Hoath, w., who 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Thomas Foster of Cant., innholder, 
bonds. Nov. 6, 1643. 

Barnacle, Samuel, of S. Nicholas At- 
wade, maltster, widr., and Mary 
Waters of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
v., about 20, d. of Jonas Waters, s. 
p., beerbrewer, who consents. At 
S. M. Northgate or S. Paul's, Cant. 
Jan. 23, 1643. 

Barnam. See Barnham. 

Barnar, Edmund, of Leeds, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Alice Taylor of 
Hollingbourne. v., about 26. whose 
mother consents. At Hollingbourne. 
Nicholas Cole of Broomfield, husb., 
bonds. Dec. 10, 1636. 

Barnar, Robert, of Ashford, cooper, ba., 
about 25, and Margaret Allen, s. p., 
w., about 36, relict of Richard Allen 
late s. p., dec. At Egerton, because 
Gilbert Barnar, his father, dwells 
there, and intends to give them their 
wedding dinner. April 19, 1626. 

Barnard, John, of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
musician, ba., about 28, and Mary 
Martin, s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of 
Thomas Martin late s. p., dec. At 
same. Thomas Martin of Cant , 
clerk, bonds. Oct. 6, 1619. 

Barnard, William, of S. Mary's in Dover 
shipwright, ba., about 22, son of 
Edward Barnard of Newcastle, yeoni., 
who consents, as is testified by 
George Horsley of Dover, mariner 
and Mary Clarke of S. Mary's in 
Dover, v., abuut 17, d. of Ellen 
Clarke, a/fas Scarfe, of London, who 
also consents. At S. Mary's in D. 
Edward Whetston of Cant., inn- 
holder, bonds. March 25, 1640. 



Barner, John, of Bekesbourne, cooper, 
ba., about 30, and Ann Lilly, s. p., 
about 42, w. of Thomas Lilly late of 
Ickham, dec. AtS. Margaret's, Cant. 
Oct. 7, 1619. 

Barner, John, of Bekesbourne, yeom., 
widr., and Mary White of Petham, 
w., of Timothy White, late s. p , dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 19, 
1644. 

Barnes, Edmund, of Boughton Blean, 
and Alice Attaway of Ospringe. 
July 91, 1643. [From the Reg. of S. 
Peter's, Cant.] 

Barnes, George, of Lenham, yeom., ba.. 
about 25, and Elizabeth Barlinge of 
Egerton, maiden, about 20, d. of 
Stephen Barling of Lenham, g., who 
consents. At Wychling. June 3, 
1620. 

Barnes, Henry, of Dover, plumber, 
widr., about 48, and Catherine 
Sweateman, s. p., w., about 42, relict 
of John Sweateman, late s. p., sailor, 
dec. At S. James's in Dover, 
Christopher Hewes of S. Mary's in 
Dover, " pownder," bonds. May 20, 
1622. 

Barnes, Henry, of Tenterden, husb., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Mary 
Sharpe, s. p., v., about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At Bethersden. 
Dec. 10, 1632. 

Barnes, Henry, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, mariner, widr., and Mary 
Crux, s. p., w. of William Crux, late 
of Queenborough, dec. At S. Andrew's 
Cant. Thomas Copper, mariner, 
and Thomas Redman, maltster, both 
of Milton, bonds. Sept. 9, 1634. 

Barnes, Plenry, of Sellinge, husb., ba., 
37, and Sarah Coppin of Brabournc, 
v., about 25, d. of William Coppin, 
s, p., who consents, as is testified by 
Henry Dayton of Sellinge, carpenter. 
At Brabourne. John Swift of S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant., bricklayer, bonds. 
Aug., 15, 1642. 

Barnes, James, of Ospringe, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Lecknor of 
Maidstone, v., of the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At Teynham. 
Joseph Lecknor of Ospringe, cord- 
wainer, bonds. Jan. 21, 1634. 

Barnes, John, of Hawkhurst, yeom., 
ba., about 30, his parents both dead, 
and Mary Homewood, s. p., maiden, 
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of Northiam in Sussex, dec. about 10 
years since, and now at her own 
disposing. At Tentcrden. Alleg- 
ation made by Nicholas Vridge of 
Hawkhurst, husb. In the margin, 
" Mr. Goodwin, minister of Hawk- 
hurst, wrott about this license." Sept. 
27, 1620. 

Barnes, John, of Benfleet inEssex, beer- 
brewer, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Sedger of Borden, v., 
of the like age, whose mother con- 
sents, as is testified by her brother, 
John Carter, s. p., yeom. At Borden. 
"Oct. 14, 1629. 

Barnes, John, of Teynham, yeom., ba., 
about 25, whose father, Anthony 
Barne.s, consents, and Elizabeth Tay- 
ler, s. p., v., about 19, whose parents 
are dead, and she now at the govt. 
of James Tassell of Lynstead, who 
also consents. At Teynham. May 
30, 1638. 

Barnes,John,of Miltonn.Sittingbourne, 
widr., and Ann Skeere of Dodding- 
ton, v., about 22. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. Geoffrey Skeere of Dodding- 
ton, bricklayer, brother of the said 
Ann, bonds. Feb. 4, 1644. 

Barnes,Lawrence,ofStalisfield,thatcher, 
ba., about 27, and Sarah Peniall, s. 
p., maiden, about 23, d. of James 
Peniall, dec, and of Sarah Peniall, 
alias Phillipps, s. p., yet living, who 
consents. At same. Aug. 1, 1627. 

Barnes, Nicholas, of Worth, husb., widr., 
and Jane Cooper of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., v., about 45. AtS. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 25, 1640. 

Barnes, Robert, of Ash, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Moone, s. p., w. of 
Stephen Moone, dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Joseph Neam of 
Sandwich, yeom., bonds. May 27, 
1630. 

Barnes, Samuel, of Smeeth, tailor, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Jane 
Grimes of Brabourne, maiden, about 
29, also at her own govt., d. of James 
Grimes, late s. p., beer brewer, dec. 
"Then appeared personally Anne 
Grimes, s. p., w., mother of the fore- 
said Jane Grimes, and gave her con- 
sent." At Petham. Nov. 11,1620. 

Barnes, Stephen, of Siltingbourne, malt- 
ster, ba., about 24, whose mother 
consents, and Elizabeth Grant, s. p., 
v., about 18, d. of Paul Grant, s. p., 



yeom., who also consents. At same. 
Jeffery Grant, s. p., yeom., bonds. 
May 14, 1642. 

Barnes, Thomas, of Lenham, grocer, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Mary Steede, s. p., v., about 18, d. 
of Thomas Steed, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Hyem, s. p., cordwainer, who makes 
this allegation. At Wychling or 
Harrietsham. Thomas Ansell of 
Cant., millener, and Henry Collet 
miiumus, s. p., cutler, bonds. Oct. 
20, 1641. 

Barnes, William, of Harbledown, weaver, 
widr., about 37, and Joan Best of 
Charing, v., about 33, whose friends 
are dead. At same. June 16, 1624. 

Barnett,TLdward, of Maidstone, gardener, 
widr., and Ann Williams, s. p., v., 
about 42 or43, d.ofBennet Williams, 
w., who consents. At same. Aug. 
10, 1639. 

Barnett, Richard, of S. lAIary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 28, and Agnes 
Sergiant, s. p., maiden, about 22, d. 
of Henry Sergiant, s. p., mariner, 
who consents. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Nov. 6, 162). 

Barn ham, Richard, of Bethersden, 
tailor, ba., about 27, and Ann 
Pemble, s. p., maiden, about 22, d. 
of Henry Pemble, s. p., husb., dec, 
and at her own govt. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Sept. 5, 1620. 

Barnam, Vaveser, the younger, of Ebony, 
fellmonger, ba., about 24, and Joan 
Willard of Belhersden, w. of John 
Willard, late s. p., dec. At Ebony. 
Daniel Tayler of Bethersden, fell- 
monger, bonds. Allegaiion made 
and signed by Vaveser Barnam the 
elder, of Bethersden, fellmonger, as 
his son " by reason of some earnest 
occations," could not come in person. 
Aug. 28, 1639. 

Barnsdale, Anthony, of Brabourne, 
husb., ba , about 44, and Elizabeth 
Barrow, s. p., w. of Henry Barrow, 
late s. p., dec. AtS. Mildred's, Cant. 
John Pilcherof Hastingleigh, yeom., 
bonds. July 18, 1642.' 

Barnsdale, Thomas, of Brabourne, 
maltman, ba., about 33, and Alice 
Terry, s. p., v., about 32, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Philemon Strowd of Brabourne, 
husb., bonds. Oct. 20, 1634. 



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Barr, David, of Biddenden, clothier, ha., 
about 31, and P-^lizabeth Blewett, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of Elias 
Blewett, s. p., who consents. At 
same. Feb. 23, 1619. 

Barr, Francis, of Great Chart, husb., 
ba , about 33, and Alice Harris of 
Charing, maiden, about 35, d. of 
fohn Harris of VVoodchurch, husb., 
"dec. about 20 years since. At 
Charing. June 27, 1622. 

Barr, John, of Boughton Blean, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Joan Wyles, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, d. of Thomas 
Wyles the elder of St. Peter's in 
Thanet, dec. about 21 years since, 
now at her own govt. At S. M. 
Brcdman's, Cant. Oct. 4, 1621. 

Barrel!, Robert, clerk, M.A., curate of 
Maidstone, and Joan Hutchen, of 
Egerton, w. of John Hutchin, late 
s. p., dec. At Bredhurst. June 11, 
1623. [Entered between Aug. 16 
and Aug. 16 in the original]. 

Barres, Thomas, of Northbourne, and 
Willmore Booreman, s. p. At same. 
Feb. 25, 1619. 

Barrett, Christopher, of Favershani, 
husb., and Jane King, s. p., v. At 
same. March 4, 1621. 

Barret, Christopher, of Preston n. 
Faversham, husb., widr., about 54, 
and Ann Thorneton of Faversham, 
w., about 46. At. S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. July 6, 1629. 

Barrett, Gilbert, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., and Rebecca Court of Hack- 
ington. At S. RI. Northgate. Feb. 23, 
1619. 

Barrett, Gilbert, of Sturry, carpenter, 
widr., and Ann Rabkin of Great St, 
Bartholomew's in the city of London, 
w. of Thomas Rabkin, late of Hythe, 
dec. AtAshford. March 31, 1632. 

Barrett, James, of Maidstone, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Mary Jenner of Lynton, 
v., 22 and upwards, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by Zacharias 
Barrett, brother of the said James. 
At Lynton. William Mathewes of 
Rlaidstone, flaxman, bonds. Ajiril 
28, 1636. 

Barrett, John, of Dover, husb., widr., 
about 33, and Mary Maund, s. p., w., 
about 40, relict of Anthony Maund, 
late s. p., vintner, dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. June 20, 1626. 



Barrett, John, of Lenham, kerseymaker, 
ba., about 25, and Sarah Fuller, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of George Fuller, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Barrett of Boughton Mal- 
herbe, kerseymaker. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. John Filmer of B. 
Malherbe, husb., bonds. Dec. 6, 1638. 

Barret, John, of Hammersmith in the 
parish of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
bricklayer, ba., about 25, whose 
father, Lambert Barret, consents, 
and Susan Horsley of S. John's 
Hospital, Cant., v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At S. John's, 
Hosp., Cant. Joseph Carr, and 
Stephen Prescot, of the same Hosp., 
yeomen, bonds. Dec. 31, 1642. 

Barret, Richard, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 26, whose mother consents, 
and Rebecca Browne, s. p., w. of 
Richard Browne, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Mary's in Dover. Robert Barrett of 
Dover, mariner, bonds. Feb. 11,1635. 

Barrett, Thomas, of Graveney, yeom., 
ba., about 21, whose father consents, 
and Mary Greenstreete, s. p., w., 
about 29, relict of John Greenstreete, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Edward Barrett of Graveney, yeom., 
bonds. June 7, 1627. 

Barret, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, smith, widr., and Sarah Stocke 
of Birchington, v., about 30, d. of 
widow Stocke, s. p., who consents. 
At Birchington or Worth. Edward 
Barrett of Cant., smith, bonds. June 
19, 1646. 

Barret, William, of Deal, sailor, ba., 
about 23, and Elizabeth Saftery, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of Alice the now 
w. of [blank] Woolcote, dec, who 
consents, as is testified by Nicholas 
Safiferv of Ash, carpenter. At S. M. 
Brediii's, Cant. May 20, 1654. 

Barrington, Francis, of Dover, wheel- 
^\■right, widr., and Bridget Owens of 
Charlton, w. of Robert Owens, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
lALarch 29, 1637. 

Barrington, Thomas, of S. RLary's in 
Dover, wheeler, ba., 21 and upwards, 
at his own govt., and Mary Foord, 
s. p., maiden, about 19, d. of Mark 
Fourd, s. p., dec, and now under 
the govt, of Richard Fourd, s. p., 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 
by Robert Peart, s. p., [barber- 
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Barrington, Tliomas, of Ospringe, 
gardener, widr., and Ann Swanton, 
s. p.. \v. of Ricliard Swanton, late 
of Faveit^liani, dec. At Ospringe. 
William Amies of Ospringe, grocer, 
bonds. July 17, 1632. 

Barrow, Abraham, of VVingham, weaver, 
ba., about 36, and Catherine Drage, 
s- p., w. of Jolm Drage, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
July 18, 1634. 

Barrow, Edward, of Boughton Aluph, 
ycom., widr., and Margaret Kinge of 
Cranbrook, v., about 24, d. of widow 
Kinge, s. p., who consents. At 
Bethersden or Great Chart. Richard 
Barrow of Cant., ironmonger, bonds. 
Oct. 2, 1640. 

Barrow, Francis. — Appeared personally 
William Barrow of Borden, g., the 
natural and lawful father of Francis 
Barrow of F^astclmrch, ba., about 22, 
and Henry VVorley of Tong, g., "the 
moderne husband " of Sarah VVorley, 
alias Newland, the natural and law- 
ful mother of Alice Newland of Tong, 
v., about 22, and allege that, with 
their consents, the said Francis Bar- 
row intends to marry with the said 
Alice Newland. At Tong or Kings- 
down. May 23, 1638. 

Barrow, Henry, of Brabourne, yeom., 
ba , about 27, and Elizabeth Pilcher 
of Ha.stingleigh, v., about 22, d. of 
John Pilcher, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. July 29, 1630. 
No/e. This allegation is signed 
Henry Barrow, junr. 

Barrow, John, of Kennington, g., ba., 
about 30, and Susan Philpott, s. p., 
w., about 28, relict of John Philpott 
of Boughton Aluph, dec. about 3 
years since. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Nov. 7, 1622. 

Barrow, John, of Lydd, ba., about 50, 
and Joan Harrison, s. p., w. of John 
Harrison, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 13, 1644. 

Barrow, Richard, of Bethersden, clothier, 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Margaret Dyne, s. p., v., about 
18, d. of John Dyne, s. p., who also 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
William Barrow of Eastchurch.veom., 
bonds. May 6, 1635. 

Barrow, Thomas, of S. John's inThanet, 
mariner, widr., about 60, and Ann 



Grecnestreet, s. p., w., about 42, relict 
of John Greenestreet, late s. p., 
innkeeper, dec. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. July 30, 1622. 

Barrow, Thomas, of Minster in Sheppy, 
linen -weaver, widr., and Sarah Lull, 
s. p., v., 30 and upwards, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. John Saxby of Minster in S., 
husb., bonds. April 10, 1637. 

Barrow, Thomas, of Minster in Sheppy, 
weaver, widr., and Fallen Baker of 
Chilliam, w. of John Baker, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Barrow of Cant. .ironmonger, 
bonds. Oct. 8, 1640. 

Bartholomew, John, of Great Chart, 
3-eom., ba.. about 30. whose mother 
consents, and AmySmithsonof Lyild, 
v., about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At Lydd. fohn Kingsford of Lydd, 
yeom., bonds. Oct. 19, 1643. 

Bartlam, Henry, of S. George's, Cant., 
cordwainer, widr., and Susanna 
]\Iarkham of Slurry, w. of Peter 
Markham, late s. p., dec. At Slurry. 
John Patey of Cant., cordwainer, 
bonds. Feb. 5, 1641. 

Bartlet, Edward, of Scvington, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Margaret Warman 
s. p., w. of [blank] Warman, dec. 
At same. Michael Bartlett of Bil- 
sington, carpenter, bonds. July 8, 
1637. 

Bartlet, Edward, of Mersham, husb., 
widr., and Susan Home, s. p., v., 
about 24 or 25, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. June 6, 
1643. 

Bartlett, George, of Chislet, husb., ba.. 
about 25, whose father consents, and 
Joan Bolder.stone, s. p., v., about 27, 
d. of [blank] Bolderstone, late of 
Hoath, dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Nov. 14, 1631. 

Bartlett, John, of Charing, and Eliza- 
beth Southernden of Pluckley. At 
Pluckley. Nov. 28, 1619. 

Bartlet, Michael, of Mersham, carpenter, 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Quested 
of Willesborough, v., about 27, whose 
parents are dead. At Willesborough. 
Robert Bartlet of Willesborough, 
weaver, bonds. May 1, 1632. 

Bartlett, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
baker, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Barrington, s. 
p.. maiden, about 20, d. of Francis 



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Barrington, s. p., wheelwright, who 
consents, as is deposed by Richard 
Bedow of S. Paul's, Cant., black- 
smith. At S. M. in Dover. May 
14. 1625. 

Bartlet, Thomas, of Chislet, blacksmith, 
Vv-idr., and Margaret Menfield of 
Slurry, v., about 24, d. of William 
Menlield, late of Hernhill, dec. At 
Chislet. March 2, 1632. 

Bartlet, Thomas, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 23, and Susan -Philpol of 
Reculver, v., about 22, whose parents 
are dead. At Chislet. Oct. 7, 1637. 

Bartlett, William, of L^nham, fell- 
monger, ba., about 21, son of Thomas 
Bartiett, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Lake of Bobb- 
ing, yeom., and Ann Lake of Bobb- 
ing, v., about 20, d. of the said 
Thomas Lake, who also consents. 
At Bobbing. Nicholas Wymark of 
Borden, yeom., bonds. March 14, 
1638. 

Barton, Elias, of Hastingleigh, black- 
smith, ba., 24 and upwards, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Foster 
of S. RL Magdalene, Cant., v., about 

25, d. of Ann Foster, alias Jones, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by her son, William Foster of Faver- 
sham, g. At Preston n. Faversham. 
April 16, 1644. 

Barton, Francis, of Ch. Ch., Cant., g., 
about 53, and Elizabeth Fineux, s. 
p., sv., about 48. At Ickham. Aug. 
28, 1623. 

Barton, Henry, of Hollingbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 25, whose father, Henry 
Barton, consents, and Margaret 
Ducke of Huckinge, v., about -22, 
d. of John Ducke, s. p., who also 
consents. At Huckinge. Sept. 21, 
1630. 

Barton, John, of Pluckley, clothier, ba., 
about 30, and Mildred Franckwell, 
s. p., v., about 28, d. of Thomas 
Franckwell, s. p.. who consents. At 
Thanington. John Franckwell of 
Ulcombe, broadweaver, bonds. Nov. 

26, 1635. 

Barton, Roger, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, and Lydia Clark of Maid- 
stone. Daniel Clarke of Maidstone, 
brother of Lydia, declares that he 
heard the banns published in the 
church of Maidstone in the time of 
divine [service] upon two several 



Sundays, and that the last time he 
heard the minister say it was the 
third and last time. March 28, 1619. 

Barton, Roger, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, sailor, widr., about 62, and 
Margaret Ellett of Sittingbourne, v., 
about 23, d. of Robert Ellett of 
L\ nstead, yeom., who consents, " as 
the said Margaret haih often told 
him, the said Roger." At Jlurston. 
July 6, 1624. 

Barton, Roger, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, mariner, widr., about 30, 
and Dorothy Morris of Faversham, 
w., about 39, relict of John Morris, 
late s. p., dec. At Faversham. May 
26, 1627. 

Barton, Roger, of Faversham, mariner-, 
^vidr., and Rebecca Davies, s. p., w. 
of Matthew Davies, lale s. p., dec. 
At same. John Packer, s. p., baker, 
bonds. June 24, 1639. 

Barton, Solomon, of Sittingbourne, 
cooper, ba , about 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Elizabeth Brice, s. p., 
v., about 27, whose parents also are 
dead. At S. RL Bredman's. Cant. 
John Best and Moses Best of Cant., 
coopers, bonds. Oct. 16, 1638. 

Barten, Thomas, of Woodchurch, husb., 
ba., about 27, whose mother, Mary 
Brett, alias Barton, consents, and 
Martha Gilham of Shadoxhurst, w. 
of John Gilham. late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. William Hop- 
per of Woodchurch, husb., and John 
Brine, of Cant., clothworker, bonds. 
May 21, 1638. 

Barton, Thomas, of Ashford, " payle- 
maker," widr., and Alice Fin of 
Great Chart, w. of Nicholas Fin, 
late s. p., dec. At G. Chart. John 
Barton of S. Peter's, Cant., cooper, 
bonds. Nov. 20, 1640. 

Barwicke, Richard, of Kingsnorth, 
husb., ba., about 30, whose mother 
consents, and Elizabeth Elliott of 
Great Chart, v., about 18 or 19, d. 
of Thomasine Philpott, alias Elliott, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
her husband, George Philpott, s. p., 
husb. At S.Margaret's, Cant. Thomas 
Stephens of G. Chart, yeom., bonds. j 
Dec. 3, 1640. 

Barworth, Samuel, of Ivychurch, tailor, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Alice Goldhill, s. p., w. of Thomas 



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Goldhill, late s. p., dec. At same. 
John Giftbrd, s. p., veom., bonds. 
"Feb. 21, 1635. 

Base, Wiliiam, of Beauxfield, (?//(?.? Whit- 
field, husb., ba., about 32, and Joan 
Knot, s. p., maiden, about 40, wiiose 
friends are dead. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Ma}' !, 1024. 

Baseden, John, of Benenden, clothier, 
ba., about 30, and Agnes Burden, s. 
p., v., about 25, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Oct. 14, 1636. 

Bashford, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, sailor, ba., about 21, whose 
parents are dead, and Elizabeth 
Alder, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
mother consents. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. April 28, 1636. 

Basset, Elias, of Hythe, fisherman, 
widr., and Margaret Bayly of Smeeth, 
w. of Thomas Bayly, late s. p., dec. 
At Smeeth. Zacharias Lee of Cant., 
haberdasher, bonds. Dec. 11, 1039. 

Basset, John, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., ba., about 34, and Susan 
Stonehouse, s. p., w.. about 29, rL-lict 
of John Stonehouse, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. about 2 years since. At same. 
Hugh Maddock of the Precincts of 
St. Austin's, Cant., yeom., bonds. 
May 29, 1623. 

Bassett, John, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., widr., and Rlary blasters of 
Boughton Monchelsea, v., about 37, 
whose parents are dead. At B. Mal- 
herbe. March 14, 1627. 

Bassett, Stephen, of Lenham, and Judith 
Packnam,s.p. At same. Feb. 11,1623. 

Basset, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, baker, ba., about 30, and 
Catherine Knowler, s. p., w. of 
Anthony Knowler, late s. p., dec. 
At S.Margaret's Cant. Nov. 28, 1032. 

Bassocke, Edward, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., clothworker, ba., about 24, 
and Dorothy Barton, s. p , maiden, 
about 18, d. of Ann Pising, alias 
Barton, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by her husband, John Pising, 
s. p., baker. At Wye. Sept. 3, 1625. 

Bassocke, Elias, and Margaret White, 
. of Hythe. At same. Feb. 11, 1028. 

Bassocke, Elias, of Hythe, seaman, widr., 
and Joan Pashley, s. p., w. of Rich- 
ard Pashley, late s. p., dec. At 
Hythe or Saltwood. Henry Collet, 
Jun., of S. Andrew's, Cant., cutler, 
bonds. May 19, 1043. 



Bassocke, Ferdinando, of Hythe, haber- 
dasher, widr., and Marian Giljson, 
s. p., v., about 44. At same. Peter 
Reynoldes of Hythe, cordwainer, 
bonds. April 14, 1635. 

Bastocke, Bartholomew, of S. Paul's, 
Cant., maltman, ba., 25, whose 
father consents, and ]\Iargery Hemp- 
sted, s. p , v., about 23, d. of Thomas 
Hempsted of Great Hardres, who 
also consents, as is testified by Mar- 
tin Bing of S. George's, Cant., 
brewer. At S. George's, Cant. Jan. 
7, 1030. 

Bastock, Zachary, of Deal, g., ba., about 
24, ami Margaret Turner, about 18, 
d. of Clement Turner, s. p., who con- 
sents. At same. Mervin Burly of 
Yarmouth Castle in the Isle of Wight, 
g., anil Thomas Gode of Cant., Ser- 
jeant at Mace, bonds. Aug. 18, 1019. 

Batcheler (Bacheler), GoJdard, of 
Hawkhurst, tanner, ba., about 23, 
and Agnes Springett, s. p., maiden, 
about 19, d. of Robert Springett late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
William Springett of Hawkhurst, 
clothier, bonds. Oct. 20, 1619. 

Bacheller, Henry, of S. George's, 
Cant., brewer, ba., about 35, and 
Martha Wilson, s. p., v., about 32. 
At Thanington. Joseph Bachelor of 
Cant., tailor, bonds. April 15, 1637. 

Batcheler, Joseph, of S. George's, 
Cant., tailor, ba., 24 and upwards, 
and Elizabeth Dickinson, s. p., v., 
about 15, d. of Susan Dickenson, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Myles of Cant., carpenter. 
At Thanington. Dec. 22, 1628. 
A^o/e. Elizabeth Dickenson was bapt. 
at S. George's, April 10, 1614. 

Bacheller, Nicholas, of Wickhambreux, 
liusb., ba , about 23, at his own govt., 
and Ellen Forte, s. p., w., about 40, 
relict of Lawrence Forte, s. p., dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 21, 
1627. 

Batcheler, Richard, of Little Chart, 
linen weaver, ba., about 30, whose 
parents are dead, and Jane Pang- 
borne, s. p., w., relict of George 
Pangborne, late s. p., dec. At. S. 
Andrew's, Cant. July 11, 1639. 

Batcheler, Stephen, of Harty, yeom., 
widr., and Alice Hope, s. p., w. of 
William Hope, late s. p., dec. At 
Preston n. Faversham. Sept. 16, 1629. 



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Batcock et Chittenden. 1646. Taken 
from the Iiulex to Vol. P. 

Bate, Richard, of Boughton Malherbe, 
clothier, ba., about 27, and Elizabeth 
Lewknor of Fordwich, v., about the 
like age, d. of Christian Awsten, 
alias Lewknor, s. p., w., who con- 
sents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. John 
Knowler of Fordwich, yeom., bonds. 
April 26, 1632. 

Bate, Richard, of Lydd, and Susan Isham 
of S. Michael's, Harbledown. At 
S. Michael's aforesaid. June 3, 1633. 

Bate, Richard, of Lydd, g , widr., and 
Ellen WaUis of Ashford. v., about 
22, whose mother consents, as is 
testified by Richard Culmer of 
Harbledown, clerk. At S. Michael's. 
Harbledown. April 18, 1637. 

Bate, Thomas, the younger, of Lydd, g., 
ba., about 22, son of Thomas Bate, 
s. p.. Jurat, who consents, and Joan 
Wilcocke, s. p., maiden, about 21, d. 
of William Wilcocke, s. p., g., who 
also consents. At New Romney. 
Allegation made and signed by Ray- 
nold Brownvng of Lydd, yeom. Dec. 
17, 1619. 

Bateman, Christopher, of Minster in 
Sheppy, yeom., widr., about 40, and 
Eliz. Harris, s. p., w., about 39, 
relict of William Harris, late dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 4, 
1628. 

Bateman, Henry, of Rodmersham, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Ann Hub- 
berd of Sittingbourne, v., about 27, 
d. of George Hubberd, s. p., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 15, 1628. 

Bateman, James, of Hunton, clothier, 
ba., about 23, whose father consents, 
and Joan Milles of Cant., v., about 
22, d. of Sibyl Milles, alias Drayton, 
who also consents. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Samuel Bishop of Hunton, 
clothier, bonds. April 14, 1635. 

Bateman,James, of Bethersden, clothier, 
widr., and Margery Waterer of West- 
well, w. of Robert Waterer, late of 
Sittingbourne, dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. William Russell of 
Cant., g., bonds. Aug. 16, 1641. 

Bateman, John, the younger, of Sand- 
wich, grocer, ba., about 24, and 
Jane Archer of Monkton, maiden, 
about 19, d. of Henry Archer, s. p., 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 



by William Hatron of S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant., g. At Birchington. 
Jan. 3, 1620. 

Bateman, John, of Folkestone, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Franck- 
lin, s. p., v., about 21, d. of Edward 
Francklin, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Denton. May 2, 1631. 

Bateman, John, of Wormshill, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Hatch of Bredgar, 
w. of John Hatch, late s. p., dec. 
At Wormshill, Iwade or Huckinge. 
May 30, 1645. 

Bateman, Lawrence, of Wormshill, 
3-eom., widr., and Alice Cleaveland 
of Rodmersham, w. of [blank] 
Cleaveland, dec. At Rodmersham. 
Edward Poore of Leeds, g., bonds. 
ALiy 29, 1635. 

Bateman, Richard, of Cranbrook, 
blacksmith, ba., about 25, whose 
father, George Bateman, consents, 
and Elizabeth Barrett of Ashford, 
v., about 22, d. of William Barrett, 
s. p., gunsmith, who also consents. 
At Boughton Aluph. Reginald Hanly 
of Cant., farrier, bonds. Sept. 23, 
1640. 

Bateman, Richard, the younger, of 
Biddenden, clothier, ba., 32 and 
upwards, whose father, Richard 
Bateman the elder, consents, and 
Martha Pett, s. p., w. of John Fett, 
late of Halstow, dec. At Flalstow 
or Headcorn. May 18, 1641. 

Bateman, Thomas, of Shado.xhurst, 
husb., ba., about 27, and Margaret 
Peltocke, s. p., w. of Thomas Pel- 
tocke, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Michael May, s. p., husb., and 
George Hooper of Thanington, 
chirurgeon, bonds. July 27, 1636. 

Bateman, Thomas, of Wormshill, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose father Laurence 
Bateman, consents, and Alice Green- 
hill of Stockbury, v., about 20, d. of 
Richard Greenhill, s. p., who also 
consents. At Stockbury. Richard 
Henley of Holy Cross, Cant., inn- 
holder, bonds. Dec. 20, 1639. 

Bateman, William, of Eastbridge, g., 
ba., about 24, and Catherine Kinge 
of Snave, v., about 19, d. of Richard 
Kinge, one of the Jurats of Romney 
Marsh, who consents, as is testified 
by Thomas Kinge, of Snave, husb. 
At Snave. Nov.' 16, 1638. 



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Bates, Edward, of St. Alphage, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and EHzabeth Mount, s. p., 
V, about 21, d. of Thomas Mount, 
late of Appledore. At Thanington. 
Sept. 6, 1632. 

Bates, Robert, of Maidstone, tailor, ba., 
21 and upwards, whose parents are 
dead, and Margaret Wall of S. 
George's, Cant., v., about 20, d. of 
Margaret Wall, s. p., w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Oilman 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., hempdresser. 
At S. George's, Cant. Nicholas 
Yeomans of Maidstone, cordwainer, 
bonds. Mao 12, 1640. 

Bates, William, of Cranbrook, husb., 
ba., about 20, whose motherconsents, 
and Elizabeth Humphrey, s. p. v., 
about 17, d. of John Humphrey, who 
also consents, as is testified by 
William Couchman of Tenterden. 
At Headcorn. June 26, 16o5. 

Batho, Benjamin, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 24, whose mother 
consents, and Alice Cafham, s. p., 
v., about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Northgate, Cant. June 30, 
1642. 

Bathurst, George, of Staplehurst, 
clothier, ba., about 26, and Patience 
Kingsnorth of Headcorn, maiden, 
about 19, her parents both dec, and 
she now living with Ann Bathurst, 
w , mother of the said George, who 
consents, as also does Cicely Dyne, 
of Headcorn, w., her only aunt, and 
nearest of kindred. At S. Andrew's 
Cant. Dec. 3, 1622. 

Batherst, John, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, miller, ba., about 30, and 
Frances Deane, s. p., maiden, 20 
and upwards, d. of William Deane 
of Great Peckham, husb., who con- 
sents, as is testified by William 
Snoden of Bobbing, woollendraper. 
At Bobbing. July 9, 1628. 

Batherst, John, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, miller, widr., and Elizabeth 
Osborne of Sittingbourne, w. of 
John Osborne, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. William Deane 
of East Peckham, yeom., bonds. 
Dec. 2, 1633. 

Bathurst, John, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
ba., about 22, whose motherconsents, 
and Alice ]\Iedherst of Smarden, v., 
about thirteen or fourteen, d. of 



Martha IMedhurst, alias Pout, s. p., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
John Alborne of Cranbrook, car- 
penter. At Loose. Oct. 30, 1640. 

Bathurst, Lawrence, of Frittenden, 
clothier, ba., about 27, and Elizabeth 
Roade of Goudhurst, v., about 20, 
d. of Thomas Road, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard Bond, 
clerk, parson of Frittenden. At 
Frittenden. Sept. 6, 1637. 

Batherst, Richard, of Staplehurst, 
clothier, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Buckland, s. p., maiden, about 19, 
d. of Richard Buckland, s. p., husb., 
dec. about 5 years since, and now at 
the govt, of Marie Buckland, alias 
Bridgland, her mother, who consents, 
as is testified by her husband, Peter 
Bridgland. At S. Paul's Cant. [Sept. 
25], 1620. 

Bathurst, William, of Headcorn, g, 
widr., about 38, and Margaret Thur- 
stone of Challock, maiden, about 
25, d. of Alexander Thurstone, s. p.. 
dec, and now in the govt, of Richard 
Thurstone, s. p., g., who consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. Oct. 1. 1621. 

Batkln, Abraham, of Willesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 26, whose parents 
are dead, and Ann Hasell, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of Christopher Hasell 
of Great Chart, yeom., who consents. 
At Willesborough. Daniel Amys of 
S. Mildred's, Cant., hempdresser, 
bonds. Oct. 25, 1642. 

Batt, James, of Ratcliff"e in the parish of 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, trumpeter, 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Hilles 
of Dover, w. At Buckland n. Dover. 
July 21, 1640. 

Baucu'm, William, of Faversham, and 
Elizabeth Morris of Graveney. At 
Graveney. Feb. 6, 1631. 

Baulden. Af Baldwin. 

Bavili, William, of Sturry, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Ann Adams, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of Richard 
Adams, late of Eastry, husb., dec. 
about 16 vears since. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Oct. 8, 1622. 

Bawden. Sec Baldwin. 

Bawle. Sec Ball, 

Bax, Simon, of St. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, sailor, ba., about 29, and Alice 
Baker, s. p., w., about 31, relict of 
Michael Baker, late of W'oodnes- 
borough, dec. At Woodnesborough, 



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" because her mother dweleth there, 
and intendeth to give them their 
wedding dynner." Nov. 10, 1621. 

Bax, Thomas, of Ash, blacksmith, widr., 
and Mary Knight of Goodnestone 
n. Wingham, v. about 22, whose 
parents arc dead. At Goodnestone. 
April 7, 1630. 

Bax, William, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 23, and Mary 
Cloake, s. p., w., about 24, relict of 
Thomas Cloake, husb. dec. At same. 
June 27, 1620. 

Baxiey, Richard, of Whitstable, yeom., 
ba., about20, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Mr. Edward 
Gonistone, clerk, and Thomasine 
Court of Reculver, v., about 24, d. 
of Stephen Court, s. p., who also 
consents. At Seasalter. July 4, 1646. 

Baxter, Joseph, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., about 37, and Mary 
Tailer of Hythe, w., about 32, relict 
of Tobie Tayler, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant., Nov. 4, 1619. 

Baxter, Thomas, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 24 or 25, and Elizabeth Denne, 
s. p., v., about 23, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. John Norman of Deal, grocer, 
bonds. Nov. 4, 1641. 

Beacon, Basil, of Waltham, g., ba , 3.5 
and upwards, and Elizabeth Shorte 
of Wye, w. of Mark Shorte, late s. p., 
dec. At Wye or Crundale. Feb. 21, 
1643. 

Beacon, Theodore, of Cant., Mus. Doc, 
and Clemencia Stroughill, s. p., v. At 
S. M. Magdalene, Cant., July 2, 1619. 

Becon, Thomas, of Waltham, widr., 
and Bridget Thomas of Chilhani; w. 
of William Thomas, late of Cant., 
g., dec. At Chilham, Waltham or 
I'etham. Thomas Porte, of Cant., 
innholder, bonds. July 23, 1644. 

Beadle, Simon, of New Romney, yeom., 
ba., about 26, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Reeve of Hythe, v., 
about 24, d. of George Reeve, s. p., 
butcher, who consents. At Hythe. 
April II, 1642. 

Beadle, Thomas, of New Romney, 
fisherman, widr., about 50, and Mary 
Burden of Sheldwich, w., about 30, 
relict of [blank] Burden, late s. p., 
dec. At Sheldwich. Christopher 
Sudall of New Romney, g., bonds. 
Jan. 4, 1627. 



Beadle, Thomas, of New Romney, 
yeom., ba., about 23, whose father, 
John Beadle, s. p., consents, 
and Ann Hatch of Tenterden, v., 
about 17, d. of William Hatch, dec, 
and of Ann Hatch, w., who consents, 
as is testified by William Hatch of 
Wye. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 
22, 1629. 

Beadle, William, of New Romney, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 21, son of John 
Beadle the elder, one of the Jurats 
of N. Romney, who consents, as 
appeareth by a note under his hand, 
and Elizabeth French, s. p., v., about 
30, whose parents are dead. At 
same. Arthur Cheeseman of Bra- 
bourne, yeom., bonds. Dec. 19, 
1629. 

Beake, Richard, of Dover, labourer, 
widr , and Elizabeth Godden of 
Swingfield, v., about 35. At Swing- 
field. John Godden, s. p., husb., 
and William Tripley, s. p., bonds. 
Dec 10, 1632. 

Beake, Thomas, of Bekesbourne, g., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Hales, s. p., v., of the like 
age, d. of Thomas Hales, s. p., 
Esquire, who consents. At Knowl- 
ton. March 30, 1630. 

Beale, Christopher, of East Farleigh, 
tailor, and Ann Gouldcr of Otham, 
maiden, about 25, d. of John 
Goulder, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by Henry Gouldcr, 
brother of the said Ann. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. July 9, 1 62 1. 

Beale, John, of Biddenden, clothier, ba., 
about 33, and Fridswith Reader of 
Bredgar, v., about 24, whose parents 
are dead. At Lenham. Henry Beale 
of Biddenden, clothier, bonds. 
Sept. 28, 1636. 

Beale, John, the elder, of Goudhurst, 
yeom., widr., and Joan Coleman, 
s. p., w. of Peter Coaleman, late dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Thomas 
Meere of Goudhurst, clothier, and 
John Beale, s. p., yeom , bonds. 
June 12, 1637. 

Beale, Joseph, of East Barming, husb., 
ba., about 25, at his own govt., and 
Joan May of Bethersden, w., about 
35, relict of Michael May, s. p., 
husb., late dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Sept. 12, 1621. 



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Beale, Josias, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
widr., and Margaret Dighton, s. p., 
maiden, about 25, whose mother 
coiisents. At Frittenden. Oct. 22, 
1628. 

Beal I, Richard, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
beerbrewer, ba., about 36, and Sus;in 
Evers, s. p., w. of John Evers, late 
s. p., beer-brewer, dec. about 7 
months since. At S. Peter's in 
Thanet, " by reason that he pleads 
that one of the parishioners there 
promises to give them their wedding 
dinner." Lodovic Gogers of Monk- 
ton, parish clerk, bonds. April 4, 
1623. 

Beale, Richard, of Lenham, miller, ba., 
about 24, whose mother consents, 
and Ann Peck of Hollingbourne, v., 
about 22, d. of Willi;im Peck, s. p., 
who also consents. At Holling- 
bourne. Edward Spice of Pluckley, 
yeom., bonds. Oct. 6. 1640. 

Beale, Robert, of Kennardington, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Coomber of 
Snargate, w. of Richard Coomber, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Peter Maplisden of Fairfield, 
husb., bonds. June 3, 1640. 

Beale, Stephen, of Plawkhurst, brazier, 
widr., and Mary Omenden, s. p., w. 
of Peter Omenden, late s. p., dec. 
At same. June 15, 1640. 

Beane, Edmund, of Ringwould, sailor, 
and Christian Young, s. p., v. At 
same. March 17, 1624. 

Beane, Edward, of Lympne, husb., 
witlr., about 45, and Elizabeth Bell, 
s. p., his maid servant, 28, d. of 
David Bell of Horton, yeom., who 
consents. At Lympne. Feb. 19, 1620. 

Beane, Edward, of Barham, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Alice Rigden, s. p. v., 
about 24, d. of William Rigden, s. p., 
who consents. At St. George's, 
Cant. Thomas Beane of Barliam, 
and William Rigden of Hardres 
Parva, yeomen, botids. Oct. 3, 1636. 

Beane, Henry, of Ringwould, mariner, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Parnell Dan, s. p., w., about 34, 
relict of Thomas Dann, late s. p., 
dec. At same. April 15, 1620. 

Beane, Henry, of Hougham, weaver, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Ann Hamon, s. p., v., about 24, d. 
of Ann Hamon, s. p., w., who con- 



sents, as is testified by John Boy- 
man of Capel-le-Ferne, husb. At 
Hougham. Nov. 21, 1629. 

Beane, John, of Sutton, and Agnes 
Clarke of S. Clement's in Sandwich. 
At Sutton. Nov. 3, 1619. [Entered 
between Dec. 1 and Dec. 4, 1619.] 

Beane, John, of Bishopsbourne, tailor, 
widr., about 40, and Dorothy Younge, 
s. p., maiden, of the like age. At 
same. Feb. 14, 1625. 

Beane, John, of Snave, tailor, widr., and 
Mary Parkes, s. p., w. of Alexander 
Parkes, late dec. At Newchurch. 
June, 20, 1633. 

Beane, Richard, and Mary Beane, of 
Saltwood. At same. Feb. 20, 1625. 

Beane, Richard, of Newington n. Hythe, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Fisher of 
Saltwood, w. of Thomas Fisher, late 
s. p., yeom., dec. At Saltwood. 
July 21, 1634. 

Beane, Thomas, of Alkham, yeom., 
widr., about 47, and Susan Wise of 
Hythe, w., about 42, relict of Thomas 
Wise, late s. p., dec. At Hythe. 
John Web of Cant., tapster, bonds. 
Nov. 10, 1625. 

Beane, Thomas, of Barham, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Aphra Amis of 
Elmstead, w. of Thomas Amis, late 
s. p., dec. At Elmstead. Adam 
Vydean of Lyminge, yeom., bonds. 
Nov. 19, 1632. 

Beane, Thomas, of Barham, yeom., 
widr., and Lettice GcUy of S.James's 
in Dover, v., about 50. At S. James's. 
May 5, 1634. 

Beane, Thomas, of Alkham, yeom., 
widr., and JoanTiddeman of Folke- 
stone, w. At Alkham. Thomas 
Stokes of Swingfield, yeom., bonds. 
RLay 23, 1640. 

Beane, W^illiam, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
woollendraper, ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Jane Rose of Acrise, 
maiden, about 19, whose mother, 
Joan Rose, s. p., consents. At 
Elham. Nov. 3, 1624. 

Beane, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
linendraper, ba., about 30, and Sarah 
Brancker, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of Mr. Thomas Branker, s. p., linen- 
draper, who consents. At same. 
Dec. 24, 1624. 

Beane, William, of Hythe, miller, ba., 
about 30, and Alice Baker, s. p., w. 
of William Baker, late s. p., dec. At 

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S. Margaret's, Cant. John Lambert 
of Saltwood, hiisb., and William 
Pi ice of Hythc, sherman, bonds. 
Oct. 30, 1634. 

Beard, John, of Boxlc}-, carpenter, ba., 
about 30, and Marion Ilarthrope, s. 
p., maiden, about 22, d. of Christo- 
pher Harthrope late of Faversham, 
dec. At Boxley. Sept. 2, 1619. 

Beard, Richard, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 25, antl Susan Sones, s. p., v., 
about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 29, 
1629. 

Beard, Thomas, of Swingfield, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Gillyan Manger, 
s. p., maiden, about 26, at her own 
govt. At same. Oct. 6, 1621. 

Bearden, Philip, of the city of London, 
g., ba., about 28, and Ann Pollard 
of Goodnestone n. Wingham, v., 
about 17, d. of William Pollard, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. RL 
RLngdalene, Cant. George Noble of 
Wickham, yeom., bonds. June 30, 
1634. 

Beare, Isaac, of Maidstone, threadmaker, 
ba., 21 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Joyce Carter of Lt-eds, v., about 
23, d. of Reginald Carter, s. p., mill- 
man, who consents. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Aug. 24, 1624. 

Beare, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 30, and Catherine 
Williams, s. p., w. of Nicholas 
Williams, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret Atcliff. Walter Smith of 
Dover, cordwaincr, bonds, luly 22, 
1636. 

Beare, William, of Woodnesborough, 
husb., ba., about 23, whose mother 
consents, and Jane Church, s. p., spr., 
about 30, d. of Bennet, now wife of 
Matthew Scott, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents. At same. Feb. 24, 
1641. See Beere. 

Beauty, See Bewtie. 

Becham, Robert, Brother of the Hos- 
pital of St. Bartholomew n. Sand- 
wich, widr., about 60, and Ann 
Nowell of the same Hospital, w., 
about 50, relict of Thomas Nowell, 
late one of the Brothers there, dec. 
At Woodnesborough. Sept. 11, 1627. 

Beckett, Edward, of Stockbury, yeom., 
ba., 21 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead, and Ann Latt, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Ann Latt, w., who 



consents, as is testified by her son, 
Thomas Latt. At Stockbury or S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 27, 1639. 

Beckett, Thomas, of Bobbing, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Finch, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Michael Finch of 
Milton n. Sittingbourne, g., who 
consents. At Milton, because her 
father liveth there, and will bestow 
a wedding dinner upon them. Aug. 
8, 1626. 

Beckles, William, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
whitebaker, widr., about 35, and 
Abigail Terry, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose mother consents, as is testified 
by her father-in-law. George Terry, 
s. p., yeom. At Hackington. Nov. 
19, 1628. 

Becquart (Bequnrt), James, of S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant., wt-avi-r, ba., about 
21, whose father, Anthony Bequart, 
consents, and Susan Le Clarke of S. 
Paul's, Cant., v., about 22, d. of Peter 
Le Clarke, s. p., woolcombt r, who 
also consents, as is testified by Peter 
Becquart of Cant., weaver. At S. 
Martin's, Cant. Nov. 23. 1641. 

Becquart, Peter, of S. RL Bredin's, 
Cant., weaver, ba., about 22, whose 
father, Anthony Becquart consents, 
and "Jaqemaine" Cauel of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., v., about 24, d. 
of [blank] Cauel, s. p. w., who also 
consents, as is testified by laques 
du RIonshew, s. p., silkweaver. At 
S. RL Bredin's, Cant. Jan. 25, 1 639. 
Note. The signature of du RIon- 
shew is Jaquei du RIonceau. 

Bedingfeild, Edmund, of Dymchurch, 
g., widr., and Honor Edolph of 
Ashford, w. of Thomas Edolph, late 
of Hinxhill, g., dec. At RIersham. 
RIarch 16, 1637. 

Bedingfeild, Edmund, of Dymchurch, 
g., widr.. and Alice Knight of Hythe, 
w. of John Knight, late s. p., g., dec. 
At Hythe or Dymchurch. Sept. 19, 
1640. 

Beddingfield, Humphr)', of Elmstead, 
g., ba., about 28, and Lydia Brissen- 
den, s. p., v., about the same age. At 
Elmstead or Hastingleigh. William 
Pulford of Elmstead, clerk, bonds. 
Dec. 3, 1634. 

Bedingfeild, Peter, of Smeeth, g., ba., 
about 30, and Ruth Claringboule of 
Elmstead, w. At Smeeth. Nov. 17, 
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Bedingfeild, Reginald, of Lympne, g., 
widr., and Mary Allen s. p., v., about 
32, whose parents are dead. At 
Thanington. Sept. 24, 1635. 

Bedingfeild, Thomas, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., haberdasher, ba., about 27, 
and Mrs. Jane Jackson of the Pre- 
cincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., v., about 
18, d. of the Worshipful Thomas 
Jackson, clerk, D. D., and Prebendary 
of the same Church, who consents. 
" In the Chappell of Smeeth." Ben- 
jamin Jackson of Cant., ironmonger, 
and Edward Bedingfeild, s. p., g., 
bonds. Oct. 4, 1628. 

Bedingfeild, Thomas, of Tenterdcn, g., 
widr., and Ann Witherden of Beth- 
ersden. v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Witherden, s. p., yeom., who con- 
.sents, as is testified by Samuel Finch 
of Tenterden, g. At Bethersden or 
Halden. May 10, 1643. 

Bedmanton, Alexander, of Bobbing, 
yeom., widr., and |oan Piatt, s. p., 
v., about 28 or 29, d. of Mercy Piatt, 
alias Hawkes, who consents, as is 
testified by Alexander Piatt of Stock- 
bury, hush. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Thomas Redman of Milton, )eom., 
bonds. Nov. 3, 1642. 

Bee, Edward, of Faversham, woollen- 
draper, ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Ann Fesant, s. p., v,, 
about 18, d. of David Fesant, dec, 
■ and of Jane Fesant, w., who also 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Bee of Newnham, black- 
smith, bonds. June 11, 1632. 

Beeche, George, of Plerne, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Margaret Wacher of 
Holy Cross, Cant., v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Robert Wacher of 
Hackington, yeom., bonds. Oct. 7, 
1629. 

Beech, George, of Heme, husb., and 
lilizabeth Toms, s. p., v., about 24 
or 25, whose parents are dead. At 
Swalecliff. Thomas Jarvis of Heme, 
yeom., bonds. F"eb. 2, 1660. 

Beech, Stephen, of Great Chart, husb., 
ba., about 40, and Margaret Berricke, 
w. of Richard Berricke, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard 
Okeshott of Cant., husb., bonds. 
April 11, 1637. 

Beech, William of Woodchurch, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Ann Holmes of 



Warehorne, v., about 23, d. William 
Holmes, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Sept. 16, 1644. 

Beeching, George, the younger. —John 
Fowle of Cranbrook, clothier, 
alleges, that George Beeching the 
younger, of Hawkhurst, yeom., ba., 
about 24, son of George Beeching 
the elder, s. p., who consents, in- 
tends to marry Ann Johnson of 
Leeds, v., about 20, d. of Edward 
Johnson, s. p., who also consents. 
At Cranbrook. Henry Whitfeild of 
Cant., g., bonds. May 7, 1639. 

Beech inge, John, of Sandhurst, husb., 
ba., about 38, and Joan Springctt of 
Hawkhurst, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Robert Springett, late s. p., husb., 
dec. At S. George's, Cant. April 
30, 1622. 

Beechinge, John, of Tunstall, yeom., 
ba., about 25, and Clare Hunnyborne 
of Godmersham, v., about 23, d. of 
Clare Hunnyborne of Lynstead, w., 
who consents. At Godmersham or 
Lynstead. Miller Barles of Cant., 
innholder, bonds. May 9, 1640. 

Beechinge, John, of New Romney, 
barber, widr., and Ann Millcs of All 
Saints', Cant., v., 18 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead. At All Sts., 
Cant. Sept. 29, 1641. 

Beeching, Simon, of Charing, black- 
smith, widr., and Catherine Young, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Richard Young, 
s. p., who consents. At Kennington. 
March 25, 1630. 

Beechinge, Thomas, of Hawkhurst, 
liusb., ba., about 26, and Agnes Crut- 
tenden. s. p., v., same age, whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
Nicholas Vrich, s. p., husb. At Cran- 
brook, because the}- intend to live 
there. Sept. 24, 1628. 

Beedam, Francis, of the Castle of Dover, 
g., ba., about 30, and Jane Swanton 
of Alkham, maiden, about 22, d. of 
John Swanton, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents. At River, " by reason that 
John Swanton, father of Jane, is aged 
and lame, and not able to go to Alk- 
ham church, and River is nigher to 
his house." Feb. 8, 1622. 

Beere, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, physician, widr., about 46, and 
Ann Paine of St. Mary's in Sandwich, 
w., about 44, relict of Edmund Paine, 
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At S. Mary's in Sandwich. March 29, 
1620. See Beare. 

Beeston, John, of VVinchelseain Sussex, 
tanner, widr., and Elizabeth Beris- 
ford of Lydd, v., about 28, whose 
parents are dead. At Lydd. Jan. 
21, 1640. 

Beeston, Thomas, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., baker, widr., and Mary 
Browne, s p., w., relict of Thomas 
Browne, late s. p., dec. At S. An- 
drew's or Thanington. Thomas 
Browne of Cant., glazier, and William 
Glover of S. Andrew's, Cant., grocer, 
bonds. June 13, 1640. AVf. They 
were married at Thanington. 

Belchamber, Theodore, and Alice Poor, 
of Faversham. At same. IMay 22, 
1637. 

Beike, Gabriel, of Ashford, grocer, ba., 
about 25, and Joan Knatchbull of 
Kennington, v., about 19, d. of 
Edward Knatchbull, late of " Wold- 
ton," dec, and now in the fiovt. of 
Grace Knight, a/ias Knatchbull, of 
Willesborough, who consents. At 
Kennington. Valentine Belke of Wye, 
g., bonds. Nov. 7, 1634. 

Belke, Thomas, of Wye, g., ba., 27 and 
upwards, and Elizabeth Franckling 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
v., about 16, d. of John Franckling, 
dec, and now in the govt, of 
Mr. John Gilbert of Ch. Ch., who 
consents, as is testified by his son, 
Thomas Gilbert of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
brewer. At Chartham. March, 17, 
1629. 

Belke, Valentine, of Westwcll, g., ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Coveney of 
Mersham, v., about 20, d. of Edward 
Coveney, s. p., who consents, as the 
said Coveney hath confessed to Mr. 
Somner, Register. At Kennington. 
Thomas Belke, of Cant., g., bonds. 
Nov. 2, 1627. 

Bell, Alexander, of Heme, husb., widr., 
and Ann Hallet, s. p., w. of David 
Hallett, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. William Saint of 
Heme, yeom., bonds. July 5, 1634. 

Bell, Richard, of S. George's, Cant., 
painter, ba., about 26, and Catherine 
Kingsmill, s. p., maiden, about 2.0, 
whose mother consents. At same. 
June 18, 1627. 

Bell, Robert, of Halstow, sailor, widr, 
and Marian Shelby, s. p., w. of 



Richard Shelby, late dec. At same. 
April 5, 1638. No/e. This.allegation 
is entered again on a separate piece 
of paper which is pinned to fol. 12 
of '^''ol. N. This bears " The marke 
of" Robert Bell and the signature of 
Robert Earrell, before whom the 
allegation was sworn. 

Bell, Walter, of Maidstone, yeom., ba., 
about 46, and Elizabeth Edwardes, 
w. of Griffin Edwardes, late s. p., 
dec. At Boxley. Richard Bell of 
Cant., painter, and George Bell, 
s. p., apothecary, bonds. May 8, 1635. 

Bell, William, of S. John's in Thanet, 
sailor, ba., about 24, and Joan War- 
ham, s. p., v., about 22, M'hose parents 
are dead. At same. Sept. 22, 1637. 

Bel lame, John, of Eastchurch, black- 
smith, ba., about 25, and Frances 
Essex, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Richard Bellamy of Barham, black- 
smith, bonds. Aug. 3, 1632. 

Belsey, Leonard, of Littlebourne, husb., 
ba., about 21, whose father, John 
Belsey, consents, and Mary Solley, 
s.p., v., about 23. d. of Samuel Solley 
of Wickhambreux, husb,, who also 
consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Nicholas Bacheller of Wickham- 
breux, husb., bonds. Feb. 6, 1636. 

Belsey, Thomas, and Elizabeth Verier, 
of Littlebourne. At same. Nov. 
30, 1630. 

Belton, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
barber-chirurgeon, ba., about 24, 
whose father, Christopher Belton, 
consents, and Ann Geery of S. 
Mary's in Dover, v., about 20, d. of 
William Geery, s. p , who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard 
Hayes, s. p., blacksmith. At 
Plougham. Edward Van of Cant., 
cooper, bonds. Oct. 4, 1641. 

Belton, William, of Dover, barberchir- 
urgeon, ba., about 24 or 25, whose 
father, Christopher Belton, c jnsents, 
and Penelope Dennis, s. p., v., 18 
and upwards, d. of Hester Dennis, 
s. p., w., who also consents, as is 
testified by her son, George Dennis. 
At River or CharUon. Feb. 15, 1643. 

Benchkine, Thomas, of Pluckley, payle- 
maker, ba., about 25, and Margaret 
Cloke of Tong, v., about 23, d. of 
Margaret Norman, a/ias Cloke, of 
Pluckley, who consents. At Tong. 



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Richard Auclier, of Cant., Sergeant 
at Mace, bonds. Oct. 6, 1625. See 
Benskin. 
Benden, Francis, of Stone in O.xney, 
yeom., widr., about 45, and Barbara 
Tolherst of Rolvenden, w., about 14, 
relict of Clement Tolherst, late s. p., 
dec. At Stone. Allegation made 
and signed by Richard George of 
Wittersham, yeom. Oct. 16, 1624. 
N'ole. In the margin there is this 
note : — In the file of certificates 
there is a letter concerning these 
parties writt by Mr. Martin of Stone 
extracted this day. 

Benden, Francis, of Ebon}', yeom., ba , 
about 20, whose parents are dead, 
and Frances Turner of Egerton, v., 
about 22, whose parents also are 
dead. At Woodchurch or in the 
chapel at Ebony. Robert Dive of 
Headcorn, yeom., bonds. Jan. 21, 
1641. 

Benefield (Bennifill), Robert, of Eastry, 
butcher, about 22, whose father con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Eastland, s. p., 
w. of John Eastland, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. Richard Knell 
of S. Martin's, Cant., trugger, bonds. 
Jan. 2, 1683. 

Bennett, George, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 24, and Tripheina 
Norwood, s. p., maiden, about 22, 
d. of William Norwood, s. p., mason, 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Bennett of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
husb., cousin to the said George. 
At S. Peter's aforesaid. Nov. 22, 
1622. 

Bennett, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
and Ann Overy, s. p. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. June 27, 1620. 

Bennett, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
and Jane Robins, s. p. At same. 
Dec. 4, 1620. 

Bennet,John,of Faversham,sailor,widr., 
and Sarah Roch, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Charles Roch, late of the Hos- 
pital of S. Nicholas, Harbledown, 
dec. At Oare. Feb. 15, 1631. 

Bennett, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
butcher, widr., and Ann Cullmer, s. 
p., v., about 22, whose mother con- 
sents, as is testified by James Genvey 
of Cant. At All Saints', Cant. Sept. 
15, 1634. 

Bennett, John, of Halstow, sailor, ba., 
about 31, and Thomasine Brannott 



of Upchurch, v., about 21, whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
Richard Ram of Upchurch, husb. 
At All Saints', Cant. April 14, 1636. 
Ben net, John, of Sturry, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose father consents, and 
Alice Lott of Fordwich, v., about 22. 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant John Bennet, sen., 
of Sturry, yeom., bonds. Feb. 1, 1642. 
Bennett, Nicholas, of Maidstone, chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 22, whose mother 
consents, and Mary Huffe, s. p. v., 
about 20, d. of Ann Hufte, alias Lott, 
wife of William Lott of Mersham, 
who also consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 16, 1641. 
Bennett, Richard, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Alice Porter, s.p., 
w., about 40, relict of Henry Porter, 
late s. p., husb., dec. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Simon Savery of Selling, 
husb., bonds. June 3, 1624. 
Bennet, Richard, of Hawkhurst, husb., 
widr., about 50, and Mary Mercer, 
s. p., V,, about 35. At same. Jan. 
17, 1628. 
Bennett, Robert, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 22, and Elie Robertes, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of Captain Nicholas 
Robertes, s. p., who consents. At 
Hougham. Dec. 11, 1644. 
Bennett, Stephen, of Badlesmere, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Terry, s. p., maiden, about 
21, d. of Thomas Terry, late of Wye, 
husb., dec. about half a year since, 
and of Martha Terry of Wye, w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Christopher Terry of Molash, husb., 
brother of the above named Elizabeth. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Avarus 
Mounte of Sheldwich, husb., bonds. 
Dec. 11, 1620. 
Bennett, Stephen, of Tunstall, yeom., 
ba., about 32, and Elizabeth Jenkins 
of Sittingbourne, w., about 43, relict 
of Timothy Jenkins, late s. p., husb., 
dec. At Sittingbourne. Francis 
Vaux of Tenterden, yeom., bonds. 
Aug. 11, 1621. 
Bennett, Thomas, of Newchurch, yeom., 
about 50, and Ann Halsnode, w., 
late wife of Francis Halsnode of S. 
Mary's in the Marsh, yeom., about 
50. At Bilsington or Deal. John 
Home of Newchurch, yeom., bonds. 
April 21, 1619. 



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Bennett, Thomas, of Luddenham, husb., 
widr.. and Ann Anthony, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Lam- 
bcrd of lAiddenham, husb., bonds. 
July 2, 1638. 

Bennett, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, mariner, ba., about 22, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Gosfright, 
s. p., v., about 18, d. of Andrew 
Gosfright, s. p., g., who consents. 
At same. Feb. 8, 1640. 

Bennett, William, of S. George's, Cant., 
hempdresser, ba., about 21, at his 
own govt., and Mary Warrener, s. 
p., v., about 35. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. Richard Warring and Thomas 
Grace of S. George's, Cant., shoe- 
makers, bonds. Jan. 20, 1633. 

Bennett, William, of Tenterden, husb., 
widr., and Rose Waters, s. p., w. [of] 
Richard Waters, late s. p.. dec. At 
Tenterden, Rolvenden or Wittcr- 
sham. Richard Bristow of Bidden- 
den, carrier, bonds. Allegation 
made and signed by Samuel Elye of 
Tenterden, mercer. Aug. 2, 1641. 

Benskin, Nicholas, of Biddenden, paile- 
maker, widr., and Elizabeth Fosholl 
of Benenden, w. of Ralph Fosholl, 
late of Cranbrook, dec. At Benen- 
den. William Furner of Benenden, 
husb., bonds. Sept. 26, 1632. 

Benskin, William, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Margaret Shrubsole, s. p., v., about 
29, d. of widow Shrubsole of Bough- 
ton Blean, who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Edward Watson 
of B. Blean. yeom., bonds. July .7, 
1637. See Benchkine. 

Bensted, Israel, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
brewer, ba., 20 and upwards, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Rawlinge 
of S. George's, Cant., v., 20 and 
upwards, d. of Robert Rawlinge, s. 
p., ropemaker, who consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. William Bradbury 
of S. Martin's, Cant., brewer, bonds. 
April 2, 1644. 

Bensted, John, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., widr., and Joan Adams of 
Lenham, v., about 30, whose parents 
are dead. At Lenham or B. Mal- 
herbe. Richard Freake of Sitting- 
bourne, clothier, bonds. Aug. 30, 
1639. 



Bensted, William, of Frittenden, chap- 
man, widr., and Ann Rose, s. p., v.. 
about 22, d. of John Rose, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by her 
brother-in-law, John Seelist, s. p. 
At S. Paul's, Cant. Oct. 23, 1634. 

Bentley, John, of Pluckley, tailor, ba., 
about 27, whose mother consents, 
and Elizabeth Dunkin of Godmer- 
sham, v., about 22, d. of Michael 
Dunkin, s. p., tailor, who also con- 
sents. At Godmersham or Challock. 
March 30, 1646. 

Beonnond, Thomas, of Alkham, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Mary Collard, s. 
p., maiden, about 20, whose mother, 
Ann Collard, s. p., w., consents, as 
is testified by George Collard, s. 
p., yeom. At S. George's, Cant. 
July 24, 1626. 

Berdsworth, Thomas, of Cranbrook, 
barber, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Swainsland, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Simon Swainsland, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Swainsland, s. p , cord- 
wainer. At All Saints', Cant. Aug. 
16, 1630. 

Berling, Richard, and Jane Gillet, of 
Worth. At same. Feb. 14, 1628. 

Berredge, Thomas, of Tenterden, yeom., 
widr., and Alice Smith of Maidstone, 
v., about 26, d. of Jane Smith, a//as 
Holden, now wife of John Holden 
of Benenden, clothier, who consents. 
At Tenterden or Benenden. Aug. 
6, 1641. 

Berry, Arthur, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
g., about 19, whose parents are dead, 
and Catherine Knight, s. p., v., 
about 17, d. of Josua Knight of S. 
Paul's, Cant., apothecary, who con- 
sents. At Thanington or S. Peter's, 
Cant. July 17, 1645. 

Berry, Christopher, of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., g.. ba., 22 and 
upwards, whose father, William Berry, 
g., consents, and Ann Bartholomew 
of Westbere, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Westbere. 
Thomas Line of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., g., bonds. April 16, 1639. 

Berry, Gabriel, of Faversham, collar- 
maker, ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
parents are dead, and Elizabeth 
Wattes, s. p., v., about 20, whose 
parents are likewise dead. At same 
or at Preston n. Fav. John Eastman 



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of Cant., collarmaker, bonds. Jan. 
6, 1643. 

Berry, John, of Borden, carpenter, widr., 
about 45, and Sibyl Strayne, s. p., 
\v., about 30, relict of George Strayne, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Nov. 1, 1625. 

Berry, John, of Egerton, husb., widr., 
and Lucy Wells, s. p., \v. of John 
Wells, late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. John Mitchell of Egerton, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 23, 1633. 

Berry, John, of Faversham, collarmaker, 
widr., and Frances Rainsford, s. p., 
w. of [blank] Rainsford, late dec. 
At Preston. Jan. 17, 1637. 

Berry, John, of Wye, vintner, ba., about 
27, and Dorcas Gardner of Staple- 
hurst, v., about 26, d. of Edward 
Gardner of Ticehurst in Sussex, 
yconi., who consents. At Chilham. 
Sept. 8, 1612. 

Berry, Matthew, of Fordwich, yeom., 
ba., about 27, and Martha Warham, 
s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of George 
Warham, late of Wingham, g., dec. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Feb. 8, 
1620. 

Berry, Matthew, of Faversham, collar- 
maker, widr, and .-^nn Adman of 
Wye, v., about 21 or 22, d. of Robert 
Adman, s. p., ropelayer, who con- 
sents. At Wye. March 1, 1640. 

Berry, Thomas, of S. Paul's, Cant., g., 
widr., about 42, and Elizabeth Nor- 
wood of S. Mildred's, Cant., w., 
about 40, relict of Andrew Norwood, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Dec. 13, 1625. 

Berry, William, of Sittingbourne, vint- 
ner, ba., about 24, and Joan Parker, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Thomas 
Parker of " Ciren Cester," co. 
Gloucester, who consents, as is tes- 
tified by Henry Watson of London, 
her brother-in-law. At Sittingbourne. 
Oct. 16, 1630. 

Besbeech, John, of Faversham, g., 
widr., and Martha Hilton, s. p., w. 
of John Hilton, late s. p., dec. At 
Preston n. Faversham. Samuel 
Randu (?) of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., clerk, bonds. Sept. 5, 
1629. 

Besbeech, John, of Faversham, g , ba., 
about 24, and Dorothy Homersom, 
s. p., v., about 27, whose parents are 
dead. At All Saints', Cant. Robert 



Greenstreete of Faversham, g., and 
Nathaniel Besbeech, s, p., g., bonds. 
Feb. 21, 1638. 

Besbeech, John, of Hastings in Sussex, 
yeom., widr., and Abigail Danne of 
Sutton Valence, w. At All Saints', 
Cant. Jacobus Huggens of Staple- 
hurst, turner, and William Waters of 
Goudhurst, weaver, bonds. March 
26, 1639. 

Besbeech, Richard, of Goudhurst, mer- 
cer, 40 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Brattle, s. p., w. of Thomas Brattle, 
late s. p., dec. At RIaidstone or 
Lynton. Allegation made and signed 
by James Besbeech and George Bes- 
beech both of Goudhurst, brothers 
of Richard. April 3, 1632. 

Bessall, Clement, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 45, and Ellert [.? Ellen] Cullens, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Cullens, dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 12, 
1637. 

Best, (jeorge, of Aldington Castle, g., 
ba., about 24, and Ann Barming, 
of Woodnesborough, v., about 18, 
d. of Thomas Barming, late dec, and 
now under the govt, of John Dar- 
rell and Andrew Hughes, Esquires, 
who consent, as also does [ohn Best 
the elder of Aldington Castle, Esqr., 
father of the said George. At 
Woodnesborough. Oct. 11, 1625. 

Best, John, of Sturry, yeom., about 22, 
at his own govt , and Grace Perrctt, 
s. p., maiden, about 16, d. of William 
Perrett, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by John King of Cant., 
tailor. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Jan. 20, 1624. 

Best, John, of Bridge, husb., ba., about 
30, and Margari-t Mockct, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Nicholas i\Iocket of 
Chilham, cordwainer, who consents, 
as is testified by Mr. Richard Bromley 
of Cant. AtThanington. May 22', 
1645. 

Best, Moses, of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
cooper, ba., about 25, whose father 
consents, and Lydia Chandler, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Thomas Chandler, 
s. p., butcher, who also consents. At 
same. John Best of Cant., cooper, 
bonds. Feb. 11, 1636. 

Best, Nicholas, of Dover, shipwright, 
widr., and Jane Springer, s. p., w. of 
John Springer, late s. p., dec. At. 
S. Mary's in Dover. Sept. 1, 1631. 



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Best, Philip, of Sellinge, busb., ba., 
about 26, and Mary Hart, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Mary Hart, s. p. w., 
who consents. At same. Thomas 
Jenken, s. p., hush., bonds. Nov. 
13, 1637. 

Best, Richard, of Aklington n. Maidstone, 
g., ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Hughes of Woodjiesborough, v., 
about 21, d.of Andrew Hughes, s. p., 
" gent., who afore testified his consent 
by his name thereunto subscribed." 
At Woodnesborough. Oct. 5, 1622. 

Best, Thomas, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Joan Sturges, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Thomas Sturges of 
Haslingleigh, who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Newsom of 
Elham, innholder. At S. M. Magda- 
lene, Cant. Oct. 20, 1628. 

Best, Thomas, of Whit.stable, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Margery Cooper, s. j.). 
v., about 23 or 24, d. of Alice Tomlin, 
(?//(?.? Cooper, who consents. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. Thomas Ledger of 
Cosmos Blean, husb., bonds. May 
15, 1644. 

Best, William, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., brewer, ba., 24 and up- 
wards, and Agnes Doo of Chartham, 
w., 30 and upwards, relict of Thomas 
Doo, late dec. At Ch. Ch., Cant. 
Jan. 28. 1625. 

Betherstocke, Thomas, of Thanington, 
collier, ba., about 30, and Ann Jan- 
cocke of Elham, maiden, about 25, 
d. of Clement Jancocke, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At Thanington. June 
15, 1622. See Bever.stocke. 

Bette, Stephen, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 19, at his own govt., and Joan 
Miller, s. p., v., about 28, whose 
parents are dead. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Dec. 16, 1628. 

Bett, Thomas, of Staplehurst, clothier, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Glover 
of Bethersden, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 10, 1627. 

Bett, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 25, whose parents 
are dead, and Deborah Yonge of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., v., !8, whose 
father and mother are dead, and she 
now at the govt, of her mother-in- 
law, Dorothy Yonge, who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Cornelius 



Anderson of Dover, bonds. July 4, 
1640. 

Bettenham, Henr}', of Pjuckley, g., ba., 
about 23, whose father, John Betten- 
ham, s. p.. Esquire, consents, and 
Elizabeth Tucke of Hothfield, w. of 
Richard Tucke, late dec. At Little 
Chart. Thomas Pope of Pluckley, 
husb., bonds. Dec. 16, 1631. 

Bettenham, Stephen, of Pluckley, g., 
ba., about 21, son of John Bennet 
(sic), s. p., g., who consents, and 
Amy Reynoldes, s. p., v., about 18, 
d. of Thomas Reynoldes of Ashford, 
who also consents. At Little Chart. 
March 14, 1627. 

Bettes, Edward, of Dover, painter, ba., 
24 and upwards, and Joan Boys, s. 
p., w. of William Boys, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Thomas 
Ashenden of Cant., grocer, and 
Richard Hardes, s. p., clothworker, 
bonds. Sept. 2, 1639. 

Bettes, Robert, of Leeds, tailor, ba., 
about 26, whose mother, Mary Bettes, 
a/i'as Bridger, consents, and RIargaret 
Topley of Harrietsham, v., about 28, 
d. of [blank] Toply, w., who also 
consents. At Harrietsham or Leeds. 
Robert Ashley of Sutton Valence, 
brickmaker, bonds. May 15, 1639. 

Bettes, Robert, of Chilham, yeom., widr., 
and Mary Watson of Selling, v., 
about 28, d. of Edward Watson, s. p., 
widow {sic), who consents. At Chil- 
ham or Molash. Thomas Ellwyn of 
Cant., g., bonds. June 28, 1644. 

Bettes, Roger, of Elmstead, husb., ba., 
upwards of 25, and Joan Johnson, s. 
p., maiden, about 23, her friends are 
all dead, and she now abiding with 
Thomas Browne, who consents. At 
same. Nov. 20, 1619. 

Bettes, William, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., almost 30, whose father consents, 
and Ann Legatt, s. p., v., about 25, 
d. of John Legatt of Chilham, husb., 
who also consents. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. Martin Lariman of S. 
Martin's, Cant., yeom., bonds. April 
28, 1642 

Bevell, John, of Teynham, carpenter, 
widr., about 27, and Mary Swift, s. 
p., w., about 30, relict of John Swift, 
s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. July 11, 1625. 

Beavill, John, of Teynham, carpenter, 
widr., and Margaret Ely, s. p., w. of 



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James Ely, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Anthony Rlersh, s. p., carpenter, 
bonds. March 10, 1634. 

Bever, Michael, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 28, and Ann Franklyn. s. p., 
v., about 23, at her own disposing. 
At same. Feb. 27, 1637. 

Bever, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
mother consents andMargarct Kinge, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of James Kinge, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Henry Browne, s. p , mariner. At 
same. Alexander Vunell of Dover, 
mariner, bonds. Feb. 21, 1639. 

Beverstocke, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., collier, widr., and Susan 
Young of Thanington, spr., about 34, 
d. of William Young, s. p., }'eom., 
who consents. At Thanington. Oct. 
7, 1628. 

Beverstock, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., yeom., ba., about 18 or 19, 
whose parents are dead, and Joan 
Baker, s. p., v., about 21, whose 
parents are also dead. At same. 
Nov. 2, 1642. See Betherstocke. 

Bewtie, James, of Faversham, sailor, ba., 
about 26, and Dorothy Roper, s. p., 
v., 20 and upwards, d. of Joan Roper, 
alias Powell, s. p., who consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. John Powell 
of Faversham, maltster, and William 
Hills, s. p., mercer, bonds. May 28, 
1633. 

Beauty, Thomas, of Faversham, mariner, 
ba., about 24, and Mary Croft, w. of 
Henry Croft, late s. p , dec. At same. 
William Pemble of Sittingbourne, 
glazier, bonds. March 13, 1638. 

Bickman, Daniel, of Maidstone, thread 
twister, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Susan Freame, s. p., v., 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Peters', Cant. John Freame 
of Maidstone, hempdresser, bonds. 
Oct. 22, 1625. 

Bicknor, John, of Dover, vintner, ba., 
24, whose parents are dead, and 
Frances Drayton, s. p., maiden, 26, 
whose friends are also dead. At S. 
James's, in Dover. Aug. 12, 1626. 

Bigg, Henry, of Rolvenden, tailor, ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Mar- 
garet Austen of Benenden, v., of the 
like age, whose parents are dead. 
At Rolvenden. July 10, 1632. 



Bigg, Henry, of Lynstead, tailor, widr., 
and Elizabeth Downe, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Doune, late s. p., 
dec. At Norton. Richard Atkins 
of Lynstead, butcher, bonds. July 
13, 1635. 

Bigge, John, of Maidstone, mercer, ba., 
about 26, and Mary Maplisden, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Edward Maples- 
den, s. p., g. At Lynton. Allegation 
made and signed by Jervase Maplis- 
of Maidstone, g. May 12, 1626. 

Bigg, John, of Maidstone, Salter, widr., 
and Sibylla Beacon of Otham, v., 
about 37, whose parents are dead. 
At Otham. George Yonge of 
Cant., apothecary, bonds. Sept. 16, 
1634. Note. This allegation is made 
and signed by George Denly of 
Maidstone, g. 

Bigg, John, of Smarden, husb., widr., 
and Mary Howlen of Egerton, v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard 
Moneof Egerton, yeom., andThomas 
Cleggatt of Smarden, husb., bonds. 
May 11, 1635. 

Bigg, Nicholas, of Boughtdn Blean, 
tailor, ba., about 24, and Lettice 
Whettoll, s. p., v., about 26, d. of 
William Whettoll, s. p., labourer, 
who consents. At same. George 
Taster of Cant., carpenter, bonds. 
Nov. 25, 1635. 

Bigg, Walter, of Ulcombc, tanner, widr., 
and Dorothy Aynscombe of Bidden- 
den, w. of [blank] Aynscombe, late 
s. p., dec. At Lynton. Joseph 
Tangett of Cant., ironmonger, bonds. 
Aug. 14, 1639. 

Biggs, John, and Ann Withers, of S. 
John's in Thanet. At same. Nov. 
30, 1634. 

Bigges, Robert, of Stalisfiekl, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Gates, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of William Gates, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Bigges of East Sutton, 
husb. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Dec. 
7, 1637. 

Bigges, Thomas, of Throwley, Imsb., 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth Stud- 
dall, s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of 
Gabriel Studdall, dec, and Avice, 
yet living, who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Paul Bottle of 
Throwley, husb., bonds. July 17, 
1626. 



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Bill, John, of St. Pancras in Middlesex, 
g., widr., about 36, and Jane Franck- 
lin of Otham, maiden, about 21, d. 
of Henry Francklin of Throwley, g., 
who consents. At Leeds. Allega- 
tion made and signed by William 
Cragg of Leeds, M.A. Ellis Ellis 
of Otham, Armtger, bonds, fuly 12, 
1621. 

Billingherstet Norwood. 1646. Taken 
from the Index to Vol. P. 

Billingsley, Nicholas, of Faversham, 
clerk, M.A., ba., about 26, and Let- 
tice Besbeech, s. p., maiden, about 
23, whose friends are dead. At same. 
Francis Web, clerk, vicar of Up- 
church, and Henry Lamb, clerk, 
rector of Frinstcad, bonds. Aug. 
3, 1624. 

Bills, George, of Maidstone, brewer, ba., 
about 45, and Maryanjury, s. p., w., 
about 30, relict of Samuel Jury, lale 
s. p., dec. At Sutton Valence. 
Allegation made and signed by James 
Bills of Maidstone, clothier. Aug. 
6, 1622. 

Bills, Robert, of Boughton Monchelsea, 
yeom., widr., about 4.5, and Agnes 
Whytinge of Maidstone, v., about 
30, d. of one Whitinge, s. p., w., 
who consents. At B. Monchelsea. 
Sept. 19, 1627. 

Billing, Richard, of Boughton Blean, 
seaman, ba., about 26, whose parents 
are dead, and Ann Pope, s. p., v., 
about 30, d. of Catherine Pope, s. 
p., w., who consents. At Selling. 
Ezekiel Maxted of B. Blean, yeom., 
bonds. Feb. 17, 1643. 

Binge, Abraham, of Northbourne, ba., 
about 24, and Elizabeth Kingsford, 
s. p., v., 24. At S. M. Northgate. 
Cant. Christopher Kingsford of 
Northbourne, husb., bonds. Feb. 
21, 1644. 

Bing, Alexander, of St. Alphage, Cant., 
miller, ba., about 35, and Mary Gill 
of S. Margaret's, Cant., maiden, 
about 28, d.'of John Gill of Folke. 
stone, weaver, who consents. At vS. 
Margaret's. Oct. 10, 1624. 

Binge, Andrew, of IMonkton, husb., ba., 
about 31, and Saiah Blechinden of 
]\]inster in Thanet, v., about 22, d. 
of James Blechinden, s. p., carpen- 
ter, who consents, as is testified by 
]ohnDeschampcs ofS.M.Bredman's, 
[Cant.], woolcomber. At Monkton. 



William Cooper of Cant., ostler, bonds. 
Feb. 12, 1640. 

Bing, Henry, of " Woldton in the 
diocese of Cant.," yeom., ba., about 
24, and Catherine Lad of Cheriton, 
maiden, about 28, d. of John Lad, 
s. p., who consents. At Cheriton. 
Sept. 24, 1625. 

Bing, Henry, of Hernhill, husb., ha., 
about S2, and Susan Hodgekinson, 
s. p., w.. about 26, relict of Robert 
Hodgkinson, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Dec. 15, 1627. 

Binge, Henry, of Heme, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Mary Turner, s. p,, v., 
about 23, d. of Joan Turner, s. p., 
w., who consents by a letter from 
Mr. John Reader, vicar of Heme. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Henry 
Croft of Heme, husb., and Daniel 
Mathew of Swalecliff, husb., bonds. 
July 24, 1638. 

Binge, John, of Chilham, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Jane 
Barton of Great Chart, v., about 19, 
who, her father being dead, is now 
under the govt, of Mary Barton, a/i'as 
Bret, wife of Henry Brett, s. p., 
^eom., who consents. At Great 
Chart. Jan. 22, 1627. 

Binge, John, of Kingsnorth, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Lambden of Hoth- 
field, w. of [blank] Lambden, late 
dec. At Chilham. Robert Bettes of 
Chilham, yeom., bonds. Sept. 4, 1635. 

Binge, John, of Selling, yeom., ba., 
about 24, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Hulkes of Newnham, v., 
about 21, d. of John Hulkes, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At Selling 
or Boughton Blean. Sept. 21, 1639. 

Binge, John, of Waltham, husb., ba., 
about 23 or 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Margaret Attaway of 
Elmstead, v., about 22, whose parents 
are dead. At S. IM. Bredins, Cant. 
Nov. 17, 1643. 

Binge, Richard, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., widr., about 40, and Fortune 
Twyman, of Hernc, maiden, about 
23, d. of William Twyman, late of 
Birchington, dec., and now at her 
own government. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 23, 1619. 

Binge, Roger, of Ch. Ch., Cant., yeom., 
ba., about 32, and Luce Thornton, 
s. p., v., about 38, at her own govt. 
At S. M. Northgate, Cant. Charles 



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Kego of S. M. Northgate, victualler, 

bonds. Jan. 18, 1626. 
Bynge, Thomas, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Steueday, s. p., maiden, about 22, 
d. of Thomas Steueday of Staple, 
}-eom., who consents. At S. Alar- 
garet's, Cant. Aug. 2,1619. 

Binge, Thomas, of Frindsbury, Roches- 
ter diocese, ba., about 31, and Eve 
Oxenbridge of Ickham, maiden, 
about 28, d. of Robert Oxenbridge, 
late of Birchington, dec, and now 
at her own govt. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. Oct. 6, 1623. 

Binge, Thomas, of S. Alphagc, Cant., 
miller, widr., about 31, and Jane 
Hall of Willesborough, v., about 23, 
d. of Gregory Hall, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Alphage. Sept. 29, 
1624. 

Binge, Thomas, of Wingham, miller, 
ba., about 21, whose father consents, 
and Ann Muzret, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. Thomas Binge of 
S.M Northgate, Cant., miller, bonds. 
May 23, 1614. 

Bing, Vincent, of Swalecliff, yeom., 
widr., and Dorothy Arnold, s. p., w. 
of Elias Arnold, dec. At same. 
Thomas Cleybrooke of the Precincts 
of Ch. Ch., Cant., clerk, bonds. 
March 9, 1632. 

Bing, William, of Ewell, husb., ba., 
about 24, at his own govt., and 
Dorothy Dilnett, s. p., w., about 44, 
relict of Robert Dilnett, late s. p., 
husb., dec. about twelve months 
since. At S. George's, Cant. Dec. 7, 
1620. 

Bing, William, of St. Lawrence in Thantt, 
husb., ba , about 25, and Catherine 
Sanders, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
Elizabeth Golding, alias Sanders, 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
William Fagge of S. Lawrence, 
yeom., bonds. May 12, 1631. 

Bingham, George, of S. RIartin's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 24, and Joan 
Hulkes of Newnham, v., about 19, 
d. of John Hulkes, s. p., g., who 
consents. At Charing. Edward Den 
of Cant., vintiier, bonds. Oct. 15, 
1636. 

Bingham, George, of S. Martin's, Cant., 
maltster, widr., and Ann Wilkinson 
of Lenham, v., about 20 or 21, whose 



parents are dead. At S. Martin's, Cant., 

or Molash. March 20, 1643. 
Bingham, Henry, of Wingham, tailor, 
ba., about 32, and Ann Browninge, 
s. p., spr., of the like age. At same. 
Nov. 20, 1629. 
Bingham, Jonas, of Great Hardres,husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Mors, 
s. p., v., about 23, whose mother 
consents. At S. George's, Cant. 
William Bingham of G. Hardres, 
husb., bonds. Feb. 2, 1635. 
Bingham, Matthew, of Leeds, tailor, ba., 
about 26, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Dann, of Hollingbourne, 
w., relict of James Dann, late of 
FLarrietsham, dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Alexander Fridd of Sutton 
Valence, husb., and John Collinson 
of East Sutton, husb.". bonds. Feb. 
25, 1639. 

Bingham, Thomas, of Great Hardres, 
husb , widr., and Mar-gery Seluie, s. p., 
w. of Thomas Seluie, late s. p., dec. 
At S. George's, Cant. Feb. 4, 1632. 

Bingham, William, of Great Hardres, 
husb., ba., and Susan Richardson, s. 
p., v., about 29, d. of Susan Richard- 
son, of Cant., w., who consents. At 
G. Hardres. Thomas Richardson 
of Cant., g., and William Richard- 
son of Harbledown, tailor, bonds. 
Feb 22, 1635. 

Birch, John, and Joan Pett, of Borden. 
At same. Feb. 21, 16:^4. 

Birch, John, of Faversham, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Anvill of 
Preston n. Faversham, v., about 28, 
d. of Eli Anuill of Stalisfield, who 
consents. At Preston. Nathaniel 
Birch of Challock, husb., bonds 
Nov. 3, 1632. 

Birch, John, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bour-ne, husb., widr., and Thomasine 
Whitehead, s. p., v., about 28, d. of 
John Whitehead of Selling, tailor, 
who consents. At Newington n. S. 
or Halstow. Oct. 13, 1642. 

Birchet, Lawrence, of Rainham, fisher- 
man, widr., and Mary Frowd, s. p., 
v., about 38, d. of [blank] Frowd of 
Bredhurst, husb., who consents. At 
Newington n. Sittingbourne. Feb. 
28, 1637. 

Birchet, Philip, of Godmersham, husb , 
widr., and Ellen Hills of S. Alphage, 
Cant., v., about 22, whose parents 
aredead. AtS. Alphage. Dec. 9, 1633 



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Birchett, Richard, of Tenterden, mercer, 
ba., about 30, and Phcebe Wolball, 
s. p., v., of the Hke age. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. WiUiam Wolball of 
Sellinge, g., bonds. June 14, 1632. 

Bird (Burd), John, of Loose, liusb., and 
Elizabeth Bail)- of Frittenden, v. At 
Loose. April 6, 1619. 

Bird, Matthew, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
baker, ba., about 25, and Ann Barton 
of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., maiden, 
about, 19, d. of Ann Pising, alias 
Barton, who consents. At Thaning- 
ton. Aug. 11, 1625. 

Bird, William, and Elizabeth Turner, of 
Charing. At same. March 3, 1631. 

Birkett, Matthew, of S. Margaret Atcliffe, 
yeom., ba., about 40, and Elizabeth 
Upton, s. p., v., about 20 or 21, d. of 
John Upton, s. p., who consents. 
At same. Oct. 17, 1645. 

Birkhened, Richard, of Cant., g., ba., 
about 24, and Catherine Hughes of 
Cranbrook, maiden, about 24, d. of 
Catherine Hughes, alias Baytopp, of 
Tenterden, who is willing, and now 
abiding with her uncle Sidrach 
Kemsly of Cranbrook, who is also 
willing. AtCranbrook. RapheJohn- 
son, clerk, parson of Crundale, bonds. 
April 30, 1619. 

Birkhened, Richard, of Cant., g., and 
Elizabeth Harris of Faversham, w. 
At Preston n. Faversham. Oct. 10, 
1625. 

Birkhened, Richard, of Sittingbourne, 
baker, ba., about 27, and Elizabeth 
Page, s. p., w. of Matthew Page, late 
s. p., dec. At same, or at Tong or 
at Minster in Sheppy. Richard Catt 
of Sittingbourne, cordwainer, bonds. 
July 1, 1642. 

Birkhened, Thomas, of Throwley, malt- 
ster, ba., about 22, whose mother 
consents, and Jane Tritton, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of William Tritton, 
s. p., husb., who also consents. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Christopher Hollo- 
wav of Throwley, carpenter, bonds. 
May 6, 1644. 

Birtcher, George, of Biddenden, broad- 
weaver, widr., and Phillida Tomkins, 
s. p., w. of [blank] Tomkins, late 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Rich- 
ard Blush of Biddenden, broadweaver, 
bonds. July 13, 1631. 

Bishopp, Edward, of Parham in Sussex, 
Esquire, ba., about 22, and Mary 



Tufton of Hothfield, v., about 19, d. 
of Sir Nicholas Tufton, s. p.. Knight, 
who consents, as also does Sir 
Thomas Bishopp, father of the said 
Edward. At Hothfield. Allegation 
made and signed by John Viney, 
clerk, vicar of Westweli. Sept. 10, 
1625. 

Bishop, Giles, of Idenin Sussex, yeom., 
widr., 59, and Judith Leedes of 
Goudhurst, w., about 60, relict of 
Thomas Leedes, late s. p., dec. At 
Wittersham, " for that it is within 2 
miles of his house." Sept. 12, 1625. 

Bishop, Giles, of St. Mildred's, Cant., 
clothier, ba., about 25, and Hester 
Woodland, late s. p., but now of 
Headcorn, w. of Richard VV^oodland, 
late of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., dec. 
At Fleadcorn. Aug. 7, 1627. 

Bishop, Henry, of Sutton Valence, 
clothier, ba., about 25, and Frances 
Acton, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Ann 
Acton, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by her brother, Stephen 
Acton, s. p., butcher. At same. 
Dec. 15, 1625. 

Bishop, Henry, of Hunton, tanner, ba., 
about 28, and Judith Russell of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., v., about 18, d. of 
William Russell, late s. p., dec, and 
of Elizabeth Russell, w., who con- 
sents. At S. M. Northgate. May 18, 
1630. 

Bishop, John, of Shadoxhurst, hemp- 
dresser, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Allen, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
John Allen, late s. p., dec. At S. RL 
"Magdalene, Cant. John Tallis of 
Cant., cook, bonds. July 8, 1626. 

Bishop, John, clerk, M.A., rector of 
Chillcnden, ba., about 38, and Jane 
Ewell of Barfrestone, maiden, about 
22, d. of Mr. Robert Ewell, clerk, 
rector there, who consents. At 
Barfreston. Dec. 22, 1627. 

Bishop, John, and Sarah Gilham. — 
A])])eared personally Sarah Gilham 
of Kennington, v., about 24, d. of 
Richard Gilham, s. p., labourer, wlio 
also appeared personally, and gave 
his consent that his daughter shall 
marry with John Bishop of Iden in 
Sussex, ba., about 25. At Kenning- 
ton. April 18, 1631. Noie. In the 
margin and in the Index to Vol. K. 
this appears as " Gilham et Bishop." 



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106 



Bishop, John, of Sutton Valence, g., 
ba., about 23, son of John Bishop, 
s. p., who consents, and Jane Swift 
of Hothfield, w. of John Swift, late 
s. p., dec. At Hothfield. April 19, 
1632. 

Bishop, John, of Hothfield, g., widr., 
and Elizabeth Brigden, s. p., v., 
about 18, who, her father being 
dead, is now under the govt, of Joan 
Brigden, alias Atherley, now wife of 
Anthony Atherley, who consents, as 
is testified, by Thomas Bishop of 
Little Chart, yeom. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. May 15, 1633. 

Bishopp, John, of Shadoxhuist, husb., 
widr., and Margaret Hills of Ivy- 
church, w. of John Hills, late dec. 
At Ivychurch. Edward Fagg of 
Shadoxhurst, husb., bonds. Aug. 8, 
1637. 

Bishopp, John, and Agnes Backall. of 
Benenden. At same. Feb. 5, 1637. 

Bishopp, John, of Sittingbourne, husb., 
ba., about 23, whose mothcrconsents, 
and Joan Hughes of Hernhill, v., 
about 27, d. of Susan Hughes, w., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
her son, John Hughes of Boughton 
Blean. At All Saint's, Cant. William 
Guelan [or Gnelan] of Cant., tailor, 
bonds. June 10, 1640. 

Bishopp, John, of Iden in Sussex, inn- 
keeper, widr., and Dorothy Laker, 
of Kennington, v., about 33 or 34, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. Peter Batcher of Backby in 
Sussex, blacksmith, bonds. Dec. 15, 
1642. Note. There can be no " parish 
of Backby " in Sussex. 

Bishopp, John, of Headcorn, clothier, 
about 21, son of James Bishopp, s. p., 
clothier, who makes and signs this 
allegation, and Mary Moore of Deal, 
v., about 23, d. of Isabel Swinford, 
alias Moore, s. p., w., who consents. 
At Headcorn, Smarden or Sutton 
Valence. Jan. 12, 1643. 

Bishop, John, of Faversham, mariner, 
ba., about 26, whose father consents, 
and Mary Pulley, s. p., v., about 25, 
d. of Martha, wife of Thomas Harris, 
who also consents. At Preston n. 
Faversham or Ospringe. Dec. 19, 
1645. 
Bishop, Stephen, of Hunton in the dio. 
of Rochester, tanner, ba., about 26, 
and Joan Wells of Biddenden, w. of 



Thomas Wells, late s. p., dec. At 
Smarden. Henry Bishop of Hunton, 
tanner, bonds. May 31, 1631. 

Bishop, Stephen, of Biddenden, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Knight, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of Henry Knight, s. p., 
who consents. At Bethersden. 
Sept. 5, 1639. 

Bishop, Thankfull, of Plawkhurst, g., 
ba., about 32, and Elizabeth Sloman, 
s. p., maiden, about 17, d. of William 
Sloman, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At same. Sept. 22, 1624. 

Bishopp, Thomas, of Thanington, 
yeom., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Handvill of Great Hardres, v., about 
25, whose mother, [blank] Handvill, 
consents. At Thanington. June 20, 
1626. 

Bishop, Thomas, of Sutton Valence, g., 
ba., about 40, and Alice Hart of 
Little Chart, w. of Thomas Hart, dec. 
At Chartham. Stephen Stronge of 
Chartham, g., bonds. Aug. 21, 'l630. 

Bishoppenden, Thomas, of Smarden, 
husb., widr., and Joan Limestone of 
Sheldwich, w. of James Limestone, 
late s. p., yeom., dec. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. Oct. 26, 1637. 
Note. This allegation is crossed out 
and "vacat" written in the margin. 

Bishoppenden, Thomas, of Smarden, 
carpenter, ba., about 25, and Dennis 
Tilden, s. p., v., almost 23, d. of 
Henry I'ilden, s. p., broadweaver, 
who consents, as is testified by his 
son, John Tilden. At Maiden or 
Bethersden. July 26, 1641. 

Bishoppenden, William, of Tenterden, 
husb., widr., and Amy Little of Bid- 
denden, w. of Robert Little, late s. 
p., tanner, dec. At Biddenden. John 
Goble of Woodchurch, butcher, 
bonds. March 4, 1633. 

Bisse, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, mercer, ba., about 22, whose 
parents are dead, and Joan Scott of 
Faversham, v., about 18, d. of John 
Scott, s. p., brewer, who consents, 
and also makes this allegation. At 
Queenborough. April 19, 1638. 
Bissent (Bisant), Richard, of Brookland, 
husb., ba., about 24, and Ann Noble 
of S. Mary's in the Marsh, v., about 
18, whose parents arc dead. At S. 
M. in the Marsh. John Somncr of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 18, 1641. 



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Bissett, Gabriel, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 24, and Evau 
Croucli of S. Margaret's, Cant., v., 
about 22, d. of Arnold Crouch, who 
consents. At S. INIargaret's. Nov. 
7, 1631. 

Bissett, John, of S. Peter's, Cant., curd- 
wamer, widr., ;ind Saiah Higgins, s. 
p., v., about 2.'3. d. of Dunstan Hig- 
gins, late of All Saints', Cant., who, 
at his going to Scotland, was here- 
unto consenting. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. May 16, 1640. 

Bix, Ady, of S. Mildred's, Cant., clerk, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Waller of S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant., v., about 20, 
d, of [blank] Waller, g., dec. At S. 
M. Magdalene or S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Sept. 11, 1637. 

Bix, James, of S. Mildred's, Cant., g., 
ba., about 28, and Frances Master of 
S. George's, Cant., v., about 21, d. 
of Giles Master, s. p., g., who con- 
.sents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. John 
Bix of Cant., g., bonds. Feb. 27, 1642. 

Bix, John, of Bapchild, g., ba., about 
22, and Helen Golding of Maidstone, 
maiden, about 19, d. of Robert 
Golding, s. p., who consents. At 
Maidstone. Jan. 12, 1619. 

Bix, John, of Bapchild, g., widr., and 
Elizabeth Steed of Harrielsham, w. 
of Thomas Steed, late dec. At 
Eredgaror Bapchild. Nov. 26, 1636. 

Bix, Nicholas, of Fordwich, g., ba., about 
35, and Martha Ady of Faversham, 
v., about 25, at her own govt. At S. 
Michael's, Harbledown, or Faver- 
sham. Thomas Bix of Fordwich, 
arniigti; bonds. March 6, 1640. 

Bix, Nichola.s, of Fordwich, g., widr., 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Benson of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., w. of 
Richard Benson, Esquire, late dec. 
At Ch. Ch., Cant. John Bankes of 
S. John's in Thanet, clerk, bonds. 
March 2, 1645. 

Bix, Thomas, of Fordwich, g., ba., about 
30, and Ann Rooke, of SS. Cosmus 
and Damian of the Blean, v., about 
20, d. of William Rooke, s. p., g., 
who consents. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Aug. 3, 1639. 

Bix, William, of S. Dunstan's in the 
[blank] in the city of London, cloth- 
worker, ba., about 25, son of Thomas 
Bix of Faversham, who is willing, 
and Elizabeth Hamonof S, George's, 



Cant., maiden, about 22, d. of Ralf 
Hamon, late of Cant., g., dec, and 
of Benedict Hamon, s. p., her 
mother, who consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. Feb. 14, 1619. 

Blackbeech, Robert, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, sailor, ba., about 21, at 
his own govt., and Alice Pawson of 
S. Mary's in Sandwich, maiden, about 
20, d. of Ezekiel Pawson, s. p., 
grocer, who consents. At S. Mary's, 
in Sandwich. Isaac Blackbeech of 
Sandwich, ironmonger, bonds. Feb. 
25, 1624. 

Blackberry, John, and Susan Thomp- 
son, of S. Peter's in Sandwich. At 
same. March, 4, 1638. 

Blackborne, John, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant , oastler, and Jane Sweeting of 
S. M. Magdalene, Cant., w. At S. 
]\r. Magd. March 29, 1625. 

Blackborne, Richard, of Marden, 
■ clothier, ba., about 28, and Alice 
Startup of Lynton, v., about 30, d. 
of Martin Startup, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Wvnne of the city of London, 
"silkdyer; bonds. July 17, 1626. 

Blackborne, Stephen.of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, kerseMiiaker, ba.. about 24, 
whose father, Matthew Blackborne, 
consents, and Jane Millward, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of John Millward, s. 
p., yeom., who also consents. At 
Chartn.S.V.,orLangley. Julys, 1637. 

Blackborne, Stephen, of Chartn. Sutton 
Valence, kerseymaker, widr., and 
Margaret Hunt, s. p., v., about 21, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. Thomas Blackborne 
of Chart n. S. V., tailor, bonds. 
May 30, 1642. 

Blackborne, Thomas, of AUington, 
husb., widr , and Ann Langrome of 
Bilsington, w. of Thomas Langrome, 
late s. p., dec. At Bilsington. 
William Woodland of Cant., butcher, 
bonds. June 17, 1635. 

Blackford, Jacob, of Folkestone, sailor, 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Love- 
day, s. p., v., about 21, d. of Daniel 
Loveday, s. p., woollendraper, who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Joseph Phillipps of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., yeom., bonds. July 21, 1636. 
A'^o/e.— Daniel Lovedav, who was 
present, signed this allegation. His 
signature,as I read it, is "dael lopdell." 



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Blackmore, William, of Stone in Oxney, 
3'eom., widr., and Margaret Turner 
of Headcorn, v., about 22, d. of 
James Turner, who consents. At S, 
!\Iargaret's, Cant. William Norley 
of Stone, yeom., and John Barling 
of Ebony, veom., bonds. I\Iav 2.3, 
1G.33. 

Blanche, George, of Rye in Sussex, 
victualler, widr., about 30, and Cath- 
erine Atkins of Hawkhurst, maiden, 
about 26, d. of Thomas Atkins, s. p., 
victualler, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Stephen Beale, s. p., hiazier. 
At S. RI. Bredman's, Cant. Edward 
Harrysonnof Rye,beeibrewer,bonds. 
July 16, 1622.. 

Bland, Henry, of Tong, taUow chandler, 
widr., and Elizabeth Buckmer, s. p., 
w. of William Buckmer, hite dec. 
At same. Robert Hall of Cant., 
hempdresser, bonds. Dec. 2, 1636. 

Blanker!, Francis, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, seaman, ba., about 34, and 
Catherine Oliver, s. p., v., about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Jacob Chresllen of Sandwich, 
gardener, bonds. Nov. 20, 1639. 

Blankett, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
coverletweaver, ba., al)Out 23, at his 
own govt., and Mary 'I'aylor of 
Davington, v., about 30, whose 
mother, now living at Flernhill, con- 
sents, as is testified by Stephen Pack- 
man of Davington, g. At Davington. 
Sept. 12, 163r>. See Blunket. 

Blathericke, William, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, blacksmith, ba , about 24, and 
Priscilla Verrier, s.p., spr., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Allegation made by Robert Gill of 
Dover, cordwainer. Feb. 8, 1633. 

Blaxland, Henry, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
veom., widr., about 55, and Ann 
Bennett, of Siuny, w., about 49, 
relict of Lawrence Bennett, late s. p., 
yeom., dec. At Hackington. Mayo, 
'l626. 

Blaxland, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 23, and Catherine 
Archer of Monkton, maiden, about 
21, d. of Henry Archer, late s. p., 
g., dec, and now under the govt, of 
her mother, Jane Archer, s. p., w., 
who consents. At Birchington. 
July 20, 1624. 

Blaxland, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom., widr., and Mary Rose of 



Chislet, w. of John Rose, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
July 20, 1630. 

Blaxland, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom , widr., and Sibylla Emptage, 
s. p., w. of Ralph Emptage, late 
s. p., dec. At same. May 5, 1632. 

Blaxland, John, of Minster in Thanet, 
ba , about 21, and Margery Hobday 
of Shepherdswell, v., 21 and upwards. 
At Shepherdswell, Barfreston or 
Eythorne. Edward Gibbon of Shep- 
herdswell, yeom., bonds. Feb. 8,1644. 

Blaxland et Cobb. 1646. Taken from 
the Index to Vol. P. 

Bleshinden, Richard, of Bcthersden, 
carpenter, widr., and Elizabeth 
Holnes, s. p., v., about 30, d. of 
John Holnes, s. p.. who consents. 
At S.Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 29, 1633. 

Blewitt, Stephen, of Kennardington, 
yeom., widr., and Joan Lason, s. p., 
v., almo.st 40. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Richard Elvy of Kennarding- 
ton, veom,, bonds. June 8, 1646. 
See Bluet. 

Bile, Stephen, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, tailor, widr., and Margaret 
Seaman, s. p., v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At same. Adam 
White of S. John's Hospital, Cant., 
bonds. Jan. 18, 1630. 

Blight, Henry, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., bricklayer, ba., about 22, 
whose father consents, and Elizabeth 
Austen of S. Dunstan's, Cant., v., 
about 22, d. of [blank] Austen of 
Eastrv, yeom., who also consents, as 
is testified by John Blight of S. M. 
Northgate, father of the said Henry. 
At Thaninc;ton. John Bligh sen., 
and John Bligh jun., of Cant., brick- 
layers, bonds. Aug. 20, 1640. 

Blincoe, Stephen, of Deal, cordwainer, 
ba., about 24, and Jane Pittock, s. 
p., maiden, about 19, d. of Thomas 
Pittock, late s. p., dec, and of Jane 
Pittock, her mother, who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 31, 1619. 

Blinstone, Humphrey, of'S. Mary's in 
Dover, wagoner, widr., and Jane 
Home of Northbourne, v., about 24, 
d. of Jane Home, s. p., w., who 
consents by a note under her hand. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Reginald 
Henly of Caut., farrier, and Thomas 
Sayer, s. p., woolcomber, bonds. 
March 3, 1642. 



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Blinstone, William, of Dover, cooper, 
ba., about 21, whose father consents, 
and Bonnet Gilbert, s. p., w. of John 
Gilbert, late s. p., dec. At Ewell. 
Humphrey Mantle of Dover, brewer, 
bonds. Sept. 6, 1632. 

Blisse, Richard, of Dover, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Ann Wade of S. 
Andrew's, Cant., v., about 17, d. of 
Gilbert Wade of Dover, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Robert Drue 
of Dover, g. At S. Andrew's Oct. 
15, 1628. 

Blith, Thomas, of S. George's, Cant., 
beer-brewer, ba., about 23, whose 
father, John Blith, consents, as is 
testified by John Blith of Cant., 
bricklayer, brother of the said 
Thomas, and IMary Eastman of All 
Saint's, Cant., v., about 21, whose 
parents are dead. At All Saints', 
Cant. Edward Eastman of Cant., 
collarmaker, bonds. Sept. 11, 1640. 

Blondeau, jacobus, and Jane Mon- 
sheau, of S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
At same. March 24, 1637. 

B loo me, John, of Sevenoaks, g., ba., 
about " 24, whose father, George 
Bloome, consents, and Aphra Mery- 
weather of Barfrestone, v., about 2 1 , 
whose parents are dead. At Maid- 
stone. John Hogben of Elham, g., 
bonds. Aug. 27, 1636. 

Blower, John, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
baker, widr., and Ann Huntresse 
of Deal, w. of William Huntresse, 
late s. p., dec. At Deal. Oct. 12, 
1633. 

Blower, Thomas, of Ratcliffe in Middle- 
sex, shipwright, widr., and Deborah 
Pilgrim of Pluckley, v., about 20, d. 
of Abigail Pilgrim, otherwise Wolton, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Robert Witt of Egerton. At Pluck- 
ley or Smarden. Daniel Chittenden 
of Cant., clothier, bonds. Nov. 27, 
1642. 

Blowne, Thomas, of Elham, labourer, 
ba., about 26, and Susan White, s. 
p., maiden, about 27, d. of Edward 
White, late of Hythe, husb., dec. 
about 15 years since, and now at her 
own govt. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 14, 1622. 

Bluet, Stephen, of Biddenden, hammer 
man, and Elizabeth Cleive, s. p., 
maiden. At same. Jan. 29, 1620. 
See Blewitt. 



Blundell, Elias, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., and Ann Gourly, s. 
p., w. of Thomas Gourly, late s. p., 
dec. At same. John Baxley of 
Dover, innholder, bonds. Sept. 17, 
1634. 

Blunder, Christopher, of Faversham, 
bricklayer, widr., and Elizabeth 
Rolph, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Thurston of Faver- 
sham, ironmonger, and Leonard 
Shaw, s. p., collarmaker, bonds. 
Jan. 24, 1638. 

Blunket, Marshe, of Folkestone, glazier, 
ba., 21 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Joan Woodland of Hythe, v., 
about 19, who, her parents being 
dead, is now under the govt, of her 
aunt, Margaret Hunt, v/., who con- 
sents. At Hythe. Sept. 25, 1633. 

Bluncket, Marshe, of Dover, widr., about 
25, and Elizabeth Hilton of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead At S. Mildred's, 
lohn Bix, senior, of Cant., g., bonds. 
June 14, 1636. See Blankett. 

Boade, John, of Chart n. Sutton, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Mary Greensted, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of William 
Greenstead of Sutton Valence, broad- 
weaver, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Nov. 6, 1632. 

Bode, William, of Davington, g., ba., 
about 22, and Dorothy Cobbs of 
Lynstead, v., about 20, d. of Mary 
Cobbs, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Teynham. Feneux Edwardes of 
Faversham, g., and John Stone of 
Lynstead, clerk, bonds. Sept. 24, 
1640. 

Boadle, .9^^ Bodle. 

Boatman, Henry, of Sandwich, grocer, 
ba.. about 21, and Sylvestra Lawse, 
s. p., v., 17 and upwards, d. of Henry 
Lawse, s. p., innholder, who consents. 
At Staple. John Boteman of Sand- 
wich, clerk, and Robert Hughes of 
Cant, cordwainer, bonds. May 12, 
1646. 

Boddy, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Jane Norrington, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Edward Norrington, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Francis Martin of Dover, glover. At 
S. M. Magdalene, Cant. April 12, 
1636. 



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Bode. Si'e Boade. 

Bodle, Alexander, of River, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Morris, s. 
p., w. of [blank] Morris, late s. p., 
weaver, dec. At same. Feb. 7, 1637. 

Boadle, Anthony, of Faversham, malt- 
ster, ba., about 25, and Barbara Tay- 
lor , s. p., v., of the same age, d. of 
[blank] Taylor of Hernhill, w., who 
consents. At Faversham. "Judios" 
Ferrers of Faversham, linendraper, 
bonds. July 16, 1633. 

Bodle, Anthony, of Dover, g., widr., 
and Joan Jefford, s. p., w. of Robert 
Jeft'ord, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet Atcliff or River. John Marrable 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., baker, bonds. 
Aug. 29, 1639. 

Bodle, Thomas, of Goudhurst, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Kitchin of Leeds, w. 
of John Kitchin, late dec. At S. 
George's, Cant. Richard Hodges 
of Maidstone, yeom., bonds. March 
10, 1634. 

Bodle, William, of Egerton, clothier, 
ba., about 34, and Jane Turner, s. p., 
v., about 19, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's. Cant. Feb. 19, 
1628. 

Bodle, William, of Headcorn, clothier, 
widr., and Mary Dawson of Pluckley, 
w. of Thomas Dawson, late s. p., 
dec. At Pluckley. Nov. 22, 1633. 

Bodle, William, of Stalisfield, yeom., 
widr.. and i\Iary Shilling, s. p., spr., 
about 40, whose parents are dead. 
At Stalisfield or Throwley. Oct. 31, 
1640. Si'e Budle. 

Bolden, Simon, of Elmstead, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Martha Rucke of 
Boughton Blean, v., about 24, d. of 
Cyriac Rucke, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents, as is testified by his son, 
William Rucke, s. p., veom. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 30, 1629. 

Bolland, Robert, of Ivychurch, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Susan Hopper, s. 
p , w., about 35, relict of Thomas 
Hopper, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Feb. 22, 1624. 

Bollen, Daniel, of S. George's, Cant., 
clerk, and Phoebe Gaunt, s. p. At 
same. June 11, 1633. 

Bolsar, Richard, theyounger, of Wootton, 
weaver, ba., about 22, son of Richard 
Bolsar the elder, who consents, and 
Christian Neame of Lyminge, v., 
about 20, d. of widow Neame, s. 



p., who also consents. At Wootton. 
Allegation made and signed by Mr. 
Samuel Carington, clerk, parson of 
Wootton, and Mr. Thomas Richard- 
son, Notary Public. July 14, 1640. 

Bolton, James, of Sittingbourne, and 
Mary Wattes of Kingsdown, v. At 
Kidgsdown. Feb. ""3. 1623. SVe 
Bowlton. 

Bond, John, of Rodmersham, yeom., 
widr., and Jane Bankes ot Sutton 
Valence, w. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Thomas Bond of Borden, husb., 
bonds. May 16, 1639. 

Bonde, Richard, "Parson of Fritlenden, 
clerk," ba., about 38, and Alice 
Bathurst of Staplehurst, w., about 37, 
relict of Thomas Bathurst, late s. p., 
dec. At Frittenden. Nov. 2, 1620. 

Bond, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, g., ba., about 25, and Mary 
Pollard of W^oodnesborough, v., 
about 20, d. of William Pollard, s. p., 
who consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Lawrence Pollard of Wood- 
nesborough, yeom., bonds. Aug. 2, 
1630. 

Bond, Thomas, of Borden, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Policy of Rodmersham, 
w. of William Polly, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. George Allen 
of Milstead, carpenter, bonds. 
Aug. 8, 1642. 

Bonham,Mr. George, M.A., clerk, vicar 
of Hollingbourne, ba., 30 and up- 
wards, and Elizabeth Wilcock, s. p., 
v., 23 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead. At same. Allegation made 
by William Arundell, s. p., yeom., 
and Leonard Browne, one of the 
Procurators of this Court. Aug. 12, 
1640. 

Bon ham, John, of Tenterden, brick- 
layer, ba., about 20, son of Thomas 
Bonham, late of Woodchurch, husb., 
dec, and Alice Bunco of Tenterden, 
maiden, about 22, d. of William 
Bunco of Mayfield in Sussex, dec, 
now at her own govt. At Halden. 
Sept. 17, 1621. 

Bonnard, Roger, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, seaman, widr., and Elizabeth 
Cage, s. p., relict of [blank] Cage, 
late of S. Stephen's [Flackington], 
■ dec. At All Saint's, Cant. Thomas 
Bing of S. Peter's in Thanet, husb., 
and Richard Bonnar of S. Lawrence 
in T., tailor, bonds. April 2, 1637. 

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Bonner, William, of Eastry, mariner, 
ba., about 28, and Ann Paramore, 
s. p., v., about 17, d. of Joshua 
Paramore, s. p., g., who consents. 
At same. Sept. 26, 1642. 

Bonnyar, William, of Boughton Mal- 
hcrbe, clothier, ba., about 28, and 
Elizabeth Bishop of Sutton Valence, 
maiden, about 20, d. of John Bishop, 
s. p., who consents. At Leeds. 
Oct. 20, 1619. 

Boorder, Thomas, of Hawkhurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 33, and Elizabeth 
Wiley, s. p., w. of Richard Wiley, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. William Boorder of Hawk- 
hurst, broadweaver, bonds. Sept. 30, 
1634. 

Boorder, William, of S.Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, ba., about 24, and Ann 
Stowe of St. Margaret's, Cant., v.. 
about 20, d. of Ann Stowe, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Bucke, parish clerk of St. Margaret's, 
Cant. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Thomas Tucke of Cant., tobacco- 
pipemaker, bonds. March 16, 1640. 

Boorman (Boreman), Hugh, of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne, cordwinder, ba., 
about 26, and Sarah Dowle of 
Ospringe, maiden about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Milton. June 4, 
1625. 

Boorman, James, of Deal, hush., widr , 
about 65, and Susan Sweet, s. p., w., 
about 30, relict of William Sweet, 
late s. p , ship-carpenter, dec. At 
All Saints,' Cant. April 21, 1625. 

Bou reman, James, of Deal, victualler, 
widr., about 60, and Mary Tobatt, 
s. p., w., about 44, relict of I'homas 
Tobatt, s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. May 14, 1627. 

Boorman, Richard, of Stockbury, husb., 
ba., about 36, and Dorothy Godden, 
of Deptlinsr, w. of Thomas Godden, 
late s. p., dec. At Stockbury. Sept. 29, 
1637. 

Booreman, Stephen, of Sholden, hush., 
ba,, about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary Cheeseman, s. p., spr., about 
22, whose parents are dead. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John Marsh, 
and Jacobus Rogers, of Sholden, 
yeomen, bonds. March 4, 1639. 

Boorne, See Bourne. 

Booth, Fardinando, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, mariner, ba , about 21, and 



Elizabeth Hughes, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Richard Hughes, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by John Tur- 
ner of Dover, innholder. At S. 
Mary's in D. John Whetston of 
Cant., innholder, bonds. Aug, 6, 1639. 

Booth, John, of Bapchild, husb., ba., 
al)Out 25, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Stokes, s. p., w. of Simon 
Stokes, late of Tong, dec. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Schelomon 
Bowellof Tong, and Arthur Pordage, 
s. p., yeomen, bonds. Sept. 24, 
1640. 

Borden, John, of Cranbrook, and Joan 
Hooker of Lenham. At Lenham. 
Feb. 13, 1628. 

Borden, William, of Headcorn, yeom., 
ba., about 25, and Alice Bills, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of Thomas Bills, s. 
p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Jan. 24, 1625. 

Borden, William, of Iden in Sussex, 
yeom., widr., about 36, and Ellen 
Hammon of Staplehuist,w. of William 
Hammon, late s. p , dec. At Staple- 
hurst. Thomas Shindler of Cant., 
yeom., bonds. Nov. 20, 1635. 

Borden, William, of Iden in Susse.x, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Olphey 
of Benenden, w. of Edmund Olphey, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Aug. 3, 1641. 

Borton, George, of Pluckley, miller, ba , 
about 22, at his own govt., and Jane 
Phillpott, s. p., maiden, above 21, d. 
of Robert Phillpott, s. p., clothier, 
dec. about 10 years since, and now 
abiding with ht r mother, Alice Phill- 
pott, w., who consents, as is testified 
by Jervis Harris, s. p., weaver. At 
Bethersden. July 12, 1621. 

Bosly, Robert, of Buckland n. Dover, 
husb., widr., and Ann Matcham of 
Coliired, w. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Timothy Wraight of Buckland, 
yeom., and Richard Badgeant of 
Charlton, husb., bonds. May 30, 
1639. 

Bosley [or Botley], Thomas, of Sheld- 
wich, yeom., widr., and Katherine 
Frend, s. p., w. of Robert Frend, 
late s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Clement Kolfe of Swingfield, 
yeom , bonds. Jhu. 10, 1660. 

Bosworth, John, of S. Stephen's n. 
Cant , wagoner, ba., about 27, and 
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118 



"a widow, the relict" of Henry Sluce, 
s. p., husb,, dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Sept. 4, 1619. 

Botley, Thomas. See Boslc)-, Thomas. 

Bottinge, James, of Cranbrook, cord- 
waincr, ba., about 30, and Joan 
Leafe, s. p., w. of James Leafe, late 
s. p., dec. At Benenden orSmarden. 
Allegalion made and signed by 
Alexander Graye of Cranbrook, fell- 
monger. Oct. 11, 1639. 

Sotting, [onas.ofCianbrook, cordwainer, 
ba., 2 1 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Theodosia Wells, s. p., w. of 
John Wells, late of " Brenchesley," 
hush., dec. At Cranbrook. March 
26, 1642. 

Bottinge, Richard, of Cranbook, clothier, 
ba., about 28, whose father, Jonas 
Botting, consents, and Elizabeth 
Groue of Hawkhurst, v., about 28, 
d. of Charles Groue, s. p., who also 
consents. At Headcorn. Thomas 
Peters of Cranbrook, clothier, bonds. 
Aug. 6, 1638. 

Botton. See Bouton. 

Bouge, Philip. — iV^ Bushie, Philip, June 
30, 1641. 

Boughtill,Henry,ofNewingtonn.Hythe, 
yeom., widr., and Alice Weyman, s. 
p., v., about 23, d of Nicholas Wey- 
man, late of Kingsnorth, dec. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Mny 1. 1638. 
See Bowtill. 

Boughton, David, of Elham, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Margaret Brett, s. p., 
v., about 18, d. of Edward Brett, late 
s. p., dec, and of Mildred Brett, s. 
p., his widow, who consents, as is 
testified by her son, Richard Brett, 
s. p., yeom. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
June 4, 1632. 

Boughton, David, of Elham, yeom., 
widr., and Margaret Allison, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Nicholas Allison, s. 
p., who consents. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. Anthony Browne of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., yeom., 
bonds. Feb. 1, 1641. 

Boughton, Henry, of Elham, hush., ba., 
about 25, whose father, Edmund 
Boughton, s. p., yeom., consents, 
and Elizabeth Field, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of Riehard Field, dec. At S. 
George's, Cant. Feb. 9, 1632. 

Boughton, Hugh, of Sandwich, grosser, 
ba., 24 and upwards, and Susan Wise, 
s. p., w. of William Wise, late 



s. p., dec. At Woodnesborough. Oct. 
15, 1629. 

Boughton, John, of Elham, yeom., ba., 
about 50, and Dorothy Tayler of 
Chillenden, w. of Francis Tayler, 
late dec. At S. George's, Cant. 
Aug. 30, 1630. See Bouton. 

Bouleing, Thomas, of Boughton Mal- 
herbe, husb., widr., and Catherine 
Maxted, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Martha, the wife of Thomas Lott of 
Boughton Blean, who consents. At 
S. George's, Cant. Nicholas Ethel- 
bury of B, Blean, husb., bonds. 
July 26, 1641. 

Boult, Robert, of Dover, yeom., ba., 
about 40, and Mary Hedge, s. p., w. 
of George Hedge, late s. p., dec. 
At Houghrmi. 'J'homas LEoyd of 
Dover, g., bonds. Aug. 17, 1631. 

Bound, Nicholas, of Reculver, butcher, 
and Frances Glew, s, p., v. At same. 
March 22, 1 622. 

Bourchier, Francis, of the City of 
London, g., ba., about 27, and 
Bridget Brooke of Lynstead, relict 
of John Brooke, late s. p., dec. At 
Patrixbourne or S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. John Robertes of Patrix- 
bourne, anniger, and Francis Plom- 
mer of Cant., beerbrewer, bonds. 
Dec. 4, 1660. 

Bourne(Boorne),Christopher,ofBidden- 
den,yeom., ba., about 27, whose father 
consents, and Jane Young, s. p., v., 
19 and upwards, who, her parents 
being dead, is now at the govt, of 
John Young, s. p., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Thomas 
Boorne, s. p., yeom. At Staplehurst. 
May 20, 1641. 

Bourne, Freegift, of Fritienden, yeom., 
widr., and Rebecca Tilden of 
Tenterden, w. of Samuel Tilden, 
late, s. p., dec. At Halden. April 3, 
1032. 

Bourne, Freegift, of Frittenden, yeom., 
widr., and Martha Waters, s. p., w. 
of John Waters, late dec. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Thomas Buckherst 
of Frittenden, and Francis Norman 
of Salehurst [in Sussex], yeomen, 
bonds. April II, 1638. 

Boorne,George, of Molash, yeom., widr., 
about 60, and Elizabeth Norman, s. 
p., w. of Matthew Norman, late s. p., 
dec. At Preston n. Faversham. Nov. 
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Bourne, James, of Staplehurst, yeom., 
widr., and Susan Burges of Maid- 
stone, v., about 24, whose parents 
are dead. At Maidstone. Richard 
Pinar of Gravesend, yeom., bonds. 
March 4, 1636. 
Boorne, John, of Birchington, husb., 
widr., about 27, and Abigail Yearner, 
s. p., maiden, about21,d. of [blank] 
Yearner late of " Spackshili in Suf- 
folk," clerk, dec, and now servant 
unto Mr. Henry Crispe of Birch- 
ington, g., who is willing. At Birch- 
ington. May 28, 1619. [_NoU: 
Spackshill=Spexhall.] 
Bourne, John, of Gray's Inn, London, 
g., ba., about 21, at his own govt., 
and Dorothy Godfrey of Wye, v., 
about 18, d.'of Richard Godfrey, s. 
p., g., who consents. At Wye, Elm- 
stead or Hastingleigh. Edward 
Berry of Cant., armiger, bonds. Dec. 
6, 1641. 
Bourne, Maithew, of Westwell, yeom., 
ba., about 38, and Bridget Spillet of 
Challock, w. of Nicholas Spillet, 
late s. p., dec. At Challock. Robert 
Love of Challock, tailor, bonds. 
June 13, 1634. 
Boorne, Nicholas, of Westwell, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Bethulia Sharpe, 
s. p , maiden, about 24, d. of Thomas 
Sharpe, late s. p., g., dec. At S. 
M. Bredman's Cant. June 13, 1623. 
Bourne, Richard, of Hoath in the parish 
of Reculver, husb., ba., 25, and Ann 
Bather of S. Lawrence in Thanet, v., 
about 20, d. of Ann Bather, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Boy man of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, baker. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 16, 1634. 
Boorne, Richard, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, turner, ba., about 29, and 
Elizabeth Tayler, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of Joan Tayler, w., who consents. 
At same. Nov. 16, 1635. 
Boorne, Thomas, of Dodington, yeom., 
and Elizabeth Cheney of Milstead, 
V. At Milstead. John Cheney, 
brother of Eliz., alleges that he has 
the consent of her parents. John 
Cheney of Bridge, g., bonds. April 
6, 1619. 
Bourne, Thomas, of Heme, carpenter, 
ba., about 25, whose father. Jacobus 
Bourne, s. p., husb., consents, and 
Mary Swift, s. p., v., about 24, whose 



parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. George Fairman of Heme, 
carpenter, bonds. June 7, 1630. 
Bourne, William, of Dodington, g., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Dukeof Maidstone, v., about 21, 
whose parents are dead, as is testified 
by William Baker of HoUingbourne. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. April 29, 
1628. 
Bourne, William, of Nackington, husb., 
ba., 21 and upwards, whose father 
consents, and Ann Cheshire, s. p., 
spr., about the like age, d. of William 
Cheshire of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
husb., who also consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. May 12, 1636. 
Bouton (Botton), Peter, of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, tailor, widr., and Susan 
Hills, s. p., v., about 29, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Philip Warriner of Cant., 
mason, bonds. June 29, 1638. See 
Boughton. 
Bovier, John, of Graveney, husb., ba., 
22, and Alice Loue, s. p., v., about 
21, whose parents are dead. At S. 
George's, Cant. Stephen Bonier of 
Graveney, yeom., father of John, 
bonds. 'July 9. 1633. 
Bovier, John, of Graveney, husb., widr., 
and Mary Ewell, s. p., v., about 29. 
d. of [blank] Biiig, w., who consents. 
At S. Alphage, Cant. Stephen 
Bovier, " eius pater," and Edward 
Johnson of Cant., joiner, bonds. 
May 19, 1636. 
Bovier, Stephen, of Hernhill, yeom., 
widr., about 50, and Mary Pettit of 
Favcrsham, maiden, about 32. At 
Minster in Thanet. Sept. 19, 1627. 
Bowbanck, George, of Lenham, shoe- 
maker, ba., about 33, and Agnes 
Carpenter, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At Milstead. 
March 22, 1627. 
Bowbanck, John, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., ba., about 44, and Elizabeth 
Strait, s. p., w. of Gilbert Strait, late 
s. p., dec. Abraham Parkes of 
Queenborough, seaman, bonds. July 
13, 1642. 
Bowbanke, Robert, of Stourmouth, 
yeom., widr., and Martha Norwood 
of S. Peter's in Thanet, v., about 28, 
d. of the widow Norwood there, who 
consents. At Stourmouth. Dec. 9, 
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Bowden, Edward, of Newington n. Sit- 
tingbourne, yeom., ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Mary Usborni', s. 
p., maiden, about 22, d. of Thomas 
Usborne, late of Staplehurst, tanner, 
dec, and now at the disposing of 
her brother, Thomas Usborne of 
Staplehurst, who is to pay the said 
INIary her portion, and who consents 
to this marriage, as is affirmed by the 
oath of Richard Lyford of Newing- 
ton aforesaid, yeom. At Newington. 
May 5, 1624. 

Bowden, Simon, of Dover, ba., about 

23, and Susan Kirton, s. p., v., about 
19, d. of Eleazar Kirton, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by William 
Hayward, s. p., tailor. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. May 12, 1637. 

Bowel I, Christopher, of Milton n. Sit- 
tingbourne, husb., widr., and Eliza- 
Allen, s. p., v., about 30, at her own 
govt. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
David Bowell of Tong, yeom., bonds. 
Oct. 10, 1633. 

Bowell, John, of Bredgar, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Rebecca Barlinge of 
Iwade, v., 20, d. of Rebecca Bar- 
linge, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
te.stified bv James Tonge of Bobbing, 
g. At AH Saints', Cant. Oct. 9, 
1628. 

Bowell, William, of Tong, husb., ba., 

24, son of David Bowell, s. p., yeoin., 
and Mary Harris of Great Chart, 
maiden, about 20, d. of Thomas 
Harris, late s. p., yeom., dec, and 
now in the govt, of her brother, 
John Harris, s. p., who, with David 
Bowell aforesaid, consents. At Rod- 
mersham. Jan. 28, 1621. 

Bowen, John, of S. Andrew's, Holborn, 
Middlese.\, mariner, ba., about 25, 
and Ann Eastes of Deal, v., about 
24, d. of Ann Eastes, s p., w., who 
consents. At Northbourne. Jacobus 
Pacten of Cant., tailor, bonds. Jan. 
13, 1644. 

Bower, Andrew, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
brewer, ba., about 25, and Susan 
Fagge of Folkestone, v., about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At Stod- 
marsh. William Warren and John 
Pannell,of Cant., shoemakers, bonds. 
Nov. 20, 1639. 

Bowlding, Robert, of Crundale, yeom., 
widr., about 44, and Dorothy Cock, 
s. p., spr., about 29, d. of John Cock, 



s. p., husb., who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Ralph Johnson of 
Crundale, clerk, bonds. July 3, 
1622. 

Bowlton, John, of Faversham, black- 
smith, widr., and Elizabeth Terry of 
Preston n. Faversham, w. of Law- 
rence Terry, late s. p., husb., dec. 
At All Saints', Cant. Simon Walton 
of Faversham, maltman, bonds. 
April 1, 1628. See Bolton. 

Bowser, John, of Stowting, yeom., ba., 
about 50, and Elizabeth Goldsmith, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of Ralph Gold- 
smith, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Paul 
Country of Cant., g., bonds. Jan. 
[24 or 25], 1630. 

Bowtill, Henry, of Hythe, " grosier," 
and Sarah Spicer of Newington n. 
Hythe, v., about 22, d. of Thomas 
Spicer, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Newington. April 28, 1631. See 
Boughtill. 

Bow-water, Henry, of Sittingbourne, 
chapman, widr., and Mary Flood of 
S. Dunstan's, Cant., w. of William 
Flood, late s. p., dec. At S. Dun- 
stan's, Cant. William Payne of 
Cant., chapman, bonds. Dec. 29, 
1645. 

Bowyer, Gilbert, of Elmstead, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Alice Sparepoint, 
s. p., v., of the like age, at her own 
govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Christopher Spice of Elmstead, 
M'eaver, bonds. Nov. 29, 1636. 

Boxer, Salmon, of Marden, yeom., 
widr., about 26, "and at his own 
govt.," and Mary Hammon of Staple- 
hurst, v., about 25, d. of Andrew 
Hammon, s. p., who consents. At 
Benenden, because their parents 
have, .appointed many friends to 
meet them there. June 10, 1626. 

Boycot (Boicot), Jacobus, and Joan 
Simons, of S. Nicholas Atwade. At 
same. Feb. 4, 1629. 

Boyd, William, of S. George's, South- 
wark, Surrey, glazier, widr., and 
Eleanor Lenton of Wingham, v., 
about 26, d. of [blank] Lenton of S. 
Mary Overyes in Southwark, w., 
who consents. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Robert Hewes of Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. May 3, 1642. 
Boykin, Josias, of S. James's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 25, and Catherine 



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Harris, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Peter 
Harris, s. p., brewer, who consents. 
At same. Edward White of Cant., 
innholder and cordwainer, bonds. 
April 6, 1636. 

Boynes, Robert, of Deal, shipcarpenter, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Alice Clarke, s. p., maiden, about 21, 
d. of John Clarke, late of Sholden, 
husb., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At Deal. July 7. 1624. Note. 
He signed the allegation " Robert 
Byus." 

Boys, Alexander, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
grocer, widr., and Joan Lilly, s. p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Petham. William Kennet of 
Cant., grocer, bonds. May 23, 1639. 

Boys, Edward, of Nonington, miles, and 
Catherine Hamon of Faversham, w. 
At Faver.sham. Feb. 18, 1619. 

Boys, Edward, the elder, of Goodnes- 
tone, g., widr., about 40, and Ann 
Warren of Dover, w., about 38, relict 
of John Warren, late of Ripple, g., 
dec. about 7 years since. At Great 
Mongeham. May 17, 1621. 

Boys, Edward, of Goodnestone, n. 
W'ingham, g., ba., about 31, and 
Mary Gason of S. Marj^'s in Sand- 
wich, w., about 28, relict of John 
Gason, late s. p., g., dec. h\ S. 
George's, Cant. April 29, 1626. 

Boys, Edward, of Bettishanger, Esquire, 
widr., and FLlizabeth Kelke of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich, w. of Edward 
Kelke, dec. At S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich. July 2, 1630. 

Boys, Edward, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, Esquire, widr., and Mary 
Foach of Bekesboume, w. of John 
Foach, late of Ash, g., dec. At 
Bekcsbourne. Aug. 6, 1632. 

Boys, Edward, of Willesborough, g., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Sanderson 
of Ashford, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Willesborough, 
Kingsnorth or Elmstead. John 
Sturton of Ashford, g., bonds. June 
15, 1646. 

Boys, John, of Goudhurst, Esquire, ba., 
about 27, son of Edward Boys, s. p.. 
Esquire, who consents, and Luce 
Denn of Hackington, v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At Hack- 
ington. Thomas Stocket of Hack- 
ington, armiger, bonds. March 8, 
1633. 



Boys, John, of Wingham, g.. ba., about 
2o, and Elizabeth Parbo of Sand- 
wich, v., about 20, d. of Edmund 
Parbo, s. p., g., who consents. At 
S. Peter's in Sandwich. May 31, 
1636. 

Boys, Richard, of Redrife [Rotherhithe] 
in Surrey, grocer, ba., about 23, and 
Margaret Hughesson of S. Mary's 
in Dover, maiden, about 20, d. of 
James Hughesson, s. p., merchant, 
who consents, as is testified by Susan 
Dugdill [she signed " dugdall "] of 
S. James's in Dover, sister of the 
said Margaret. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Aug. 3, 1623. 

Boys, Thomas, of Elmstead, g., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Mar- 
garet AUcocke of Willesborough, v., 
about 19, d. of John Allcock, s. p., 
g., who consents. At Sevington. 
Oct. 23, 1624. 

Boys, Thomas, of Otterden, carpenter, 
ba., about 28, whose father, Thomas 
Boys of Harrietsham, consents, and 
F^lizabeth Croocher of Otterden, v., 
about 22, d. of William Croocher, s. 
p., husb, who also consents. At 
Otterden. May 25, 1641. 

Boys, William, of Charing, miller, ba., 
about 24, whose father, Thomas 
Boys, consents, and Margaret Insent, 
s. p., w. of William Insent, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. John 
Kinge of Pluckley, yeom., and 
William Reynoldes of Kennington, 
miller, bonds. July 29, 1644. 

Boys, William, of Bethersden, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Pickard of Bid- 
denden, v., about 28, d. of Anthony 
Pickard, s. p., who consents. At S. 
M. Bredman's [or S. M. Bredin's], 
Cant. John Bentley of Pluckley, 
tailor, and John Willes of Cant., 
clothier, bonds. Aug. 11, 1645. 

Brabson, Thomas, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., gardener, ba., about 27, whose 
father, Thomas Brabson of Sturr}', 
consents, and Mary Barnicle of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., v., about 23 or 24, 
d of [blank] Barnicle of Dover, w., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
John Bucke of Cant., tailor. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Richard Brabson 
of Slurry, " garner," bonds. Feb. 
14, 1638. 

Brackenbury, Stephen, of Brenzet, 
husb., widr., about 27 [or 47], and 



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Ann Farley, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
William Farley of Charing, who con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
June 20, 1(525. 

Bradd, Thomas, ofTenterden.husb., ba., 
about 30, and Isabel Stephenson, 
s. p., v., about 37. At same. Aug. 
30, 1630. 

Brad, William, of Shadoxhurst, collier, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Ursula Pelland of Woodchurch, spr., 
about 27, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 2, 1630. 

Bradfei Id, George, of Faversham,yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth IMorris, 
s. p., v., about 23, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Nathaniel Besbeech, 
s. p., g., and Richard Harris, s. p., 
husb , bonds. June 29, 1639. 

Bradford, John, of Boughton Blean, 
tailor, ba., 30 and upwards, and 
Margaret Hawyes, s. p., w. of Thomas 
Hawys, late s. p., dec. At Chilham 
because his friends will meet him 
there at his wedding. Feb. 6, 1627. 

Bradford, William, of St. Patricks [St. 
Petrox] in Devonshire, trumpeter, 
widr., about 45, and Susan Christo- 
pher of S. James's in Dover, w., 
about 40, relict of George Christo- 
pher, late of Dover, dec. At S. 
James's. Nov. 17, 1619. 

Bradford, William, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, sailor, widr., 50 and upwards, 
and Margaret Peirs, s. p., w., about 
60, relict of John Peirs, late s. p., 
husb., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
March 16, 1625. 

Bradley, William, of Frinstead, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Joan Hutchin of Otterden, v., about 
18, d. of Hugh Hutchin, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Otterden. Feb. 
27, 1634. 

Bradshaw, Edward, of Tenterden, g., 
ba., about 32, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Watiers. s. p., relict 
of one John Waters, late s. p., dec. 
At Wittersham. April 14, 1638. 

Bradshaw, John, of Littlebourne, yeom., 
widr , about 40, and Ann Wilson of 
S. Paul's, Cant., w., about 40, relict 
of Richard Wilson, late s. p., dec. 
At Faversham. Richard Inge of 
Cant., clerk, bonds. Aug. 1, 1627. 

Bragge, George, of Cant., vintner, widr., 
and Margaret Redwood of Dover, v., 
about 23, d. of Theophilus Redwood, 



s. p., g., who consents, as is testified 
by Edward Ward ot Cant., g. At S. 
Mildred's. Cant. Dec. 22,' 1628. 

Bragge, John, of St. Andrew's in 
Holborn, London, g., ba., about 27, 
and Mary Scott of S. Alphage, Cant., 
v., about 17, (i. of Thomas Scott, 
s. p.. Esquire, who consents. At 
Thanington. Thomas Weekes of 
S. Alphage, Cant., mercer, bonds. 
May 24, 1634. 

Brailsford, Luke, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, g., widr., and Sarah Fagge, 
s. p., vv. of George Fagge, late s. p.. 
dec. At same. Nov. 1 1, 1631. 

Braines, James, of Dover, bricklayer, 
ba., about 24, whose parents are 
dead, and Elizabeth Plarris, s. p., 
spr., about 19, d. of Peter Harris, 
s. p., beerbrewer, who consents, as 
is testified by John Gilbert of S. 
Dun.stan's, yeom. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Thomas Edmondes of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., bricklayer, bonds. 
Sept. 3, 1642. 

Brainforth, Thomas, of Kennington, g., 
ba , about23, whose mother consents, 
and Susan Gimber of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, v., about 25 or 26, 
whose parents are dead. At Newing- 
ton n. S. or Mihon n. S. Robert 
Hamadge of S. Paul's, Cant., 
embroiderer, bonds. Feb. 11, 1642. 

Brames, Arnold, of Dover, merchant, 
ba., about 27, and Joan Ilarflet of 
Bckesbourne, v., about 21, d. of 
Walter Harflet, s. p., who consents. 
At Bekesbourne. Paul Pettit of Cant., 
g., bonds. April 15, 1631. Note. 
This allegation is signed " Arnold 
Braems. 

Brames, Arnold, of Dover, merchant, 
widr., and Elizabeth Digges of Chil- 
ham, V. d. of Sir Dudley Digges, 
s. p.. Knight, who consents. At 
Chilham. Thomas Harfleet of 
Bekesbourne. armigcr, bonds. Aug. 
16, 1636. N'o/e. This allegation also 
is signed " Arnold Braems." 

Brames, Jacob, of Dover, Esquire, 
widr., about 27, and Mercy Harflet 
of Bekesbourne, v., about 18, d. of 
Walter Harflete, s. p., g , who con- 
sents. At Bekesbourne. April 5, 1624. 

Branch, Henry, of Harty, yeom., widr., 
about 40, and Ann Pemble of 
Egerton, w., about 40, relict of one 
Pemble, late dec. At Lenham, " it 



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beinge their way from Egerton to 
Harty, and Mr. Fox, minister there, 
is the widowes especial! frend and 
acquaintance of hers, and one that 
doth desire to marry her." Richard 
Justice of Cant., plumber, bonds. 
Nov. 3, 1627. 

Brander, John, of Wye, cordwinder, 
ba., about 21, son of John Brander, 
s. p., cordwinder, who consents, and 
Avis Clarke of Chilham, maiden, 
about 30, d. of [blank] Clarke, s. p., 
cordwinder, dec. about 5 years since, 
and now at her own govt. At 
Petham, by reason that John Mutton 
of Petham intendeth to give them 
theirweddingdinner." April 10, 1623. 

Brandford, (ohn, of Benenden, and 
Elizabeth" Gyer, s. p. At Ashford. 
April 29, 1620. 

Branford, William, of Challock, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Wanstall, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of Henry 
Wanstall, s. p.,yeom., who consents. 
At S. M. Eredin's, Cant. April 18, 
1625. 

B ranker, Richard,of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
haberdasher, ba., about 24, and 
Alice Fowler of S. Alphage, Cant., 
v., 20, d. of James Fowler, s. p.. 
baker, who consents, as is testified 
by Thomas Branker, of Cant., linen- 
draper. At S. Alphage. Nov. 29, 
1634. 

Branker, Richard, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., haberdasher, widr., and 
Catherine Brooke of Maidstone, v., 
about 26, d. of [blank] Brooke, s. p., 
haberdasher, who consents, as is 
testified " by Mary Coote, wife of 
John Coote of Cant., innholder, 
upon his oath." At Rainham. 
March 3, 1637. 

Brasey, William, of Mersham, linen 
weaver, ba., about 26, and Ann 
Clement, s. p., v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Ephraim Ponnott of 
Mersham, yeom., bonds. June 28, 
1627. 

Brasier (Braysier), John, of Fordwich, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Margaret 
Page of Harrietsham, maiden, about 
22, d. of Christopher Page, s. p., 
rippier, who consents, as is testified 
by Thomas Meddowes of Cant., 
carpenter. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. May 28, 1621. 



Brasier, Thomas, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Barbara Omer, s. p., v., about 23, d. 
of Andrew Omer, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Preston n. Wingham. 
June 4, 1632. 

Brasser, James, of Reculver, husb., ba., 
about 33, and Margaret de le 
Plewick, of S. Alphage, Cant., v., 
about 22, d. of Mondaine Plewick, 
s p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by Isaac Secadine of Reculver, husb. 
At Reculver. Aug. 14, 1640. 

Brattle, Thomas, of Goudhurst, sickle- 
maker, ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 
Brattle, s, p., maiden, about 20, d. of 
Richard Brattle, s. p., clothier, who 
consents, as is testified by George 
Besbitch, s. p., clothier. At .same. 
May 17, 1622. 

Bray, Charles of Molash, clerk, B.D., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Dale 
of the Precincts of Rochester cathe- 
dral, maiden, about !6, d. of 
Christopher Dale, B.D., and Preben- 
dary there, who consents. At BoxJey. 
Robert Bra}-, curate, of Molash, 
bonds. Aug. 21, 1627. 

Bray, John, of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
husb., widr., about 34, and Margaret 
James of S. Paul's, Cant., maiden, 
about 36, whose friends are all dead. 
At S. Paul's. Nov. 20, 1624. 

Bray, Simon, of S. M. Bredman's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 3), and Elizabeth 
Whitehead of Folkestone, maiden, 
about 30, d. of [blank] Whitehead, 
late of the city of London, dec. about 
3 years since, and now at her own 
govt. At Folkestone. Oct. 30, 1622. 

Brayles, Thomas, of Iwade, yeom., widr., 
about 45, and Joan Morgane of Up- 
church, w., about 45, relict of 
William Morgan, late s. p., dec. At 
Upchurch. Sept. 8, 1625. 

Breach, Sylvester, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
butcher, ba., about 35, and Joan In- 
gram of S. Paul's, Cant., maiden, 
about 24, d. of William Ingram and 
Margaret Ingram, s. p., who con- 
sent. At S. Paul's. Feb. 8, 1624. 

Bread, Edward, of Seasalter, sailor, ba., 
about 30, and Jane Collins of Whit- 
stable, v., about 21, d. of [blank] 
Collins of S. John's in Thanet, who 
consents. At All Saint's, Cant. 
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and John Cruiso of Scasalter, carpenter, 
bonds. Feb. 9, 1635. 

Bread, Thomas, of Whitstable, sailor, 
ba., about 25, and Ellen May, s. p , 
v., about 20, d. of Nicholas May, 
late of Chislet, dec, and of Margaret 
May, alias Greene, wife of Alexander 
Greene of Seasalter, which Marf>aret 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. Feb. 
12, 1633, 

Bread, Thomas of Whitstable, sailor, 
widr., and Martha Colwell, s. p., v,, 
about 21, d. of Margery Colwell, alias 
Croydon, late s. p., and now of Lon- 
don, who consents. At Whitstable. 
Anthony Cooper of Whitstable, 
yeom., and Jacobus Genvey de le 
Grav Friers, Cant., victualler, bonds, 
.Alafch 20, 1636. 

Breakspear (Braxpeere), Thomas, of 
Watton in Hertfordshire, tanner, ba., 
about 42, and Margaret Whale of S. 
George's, Cant., v., about 27, whose 
parents are dead. At Milt on n. Cant. 
Thomas Jackson, clerk, rector of S. 
George's, Cant., bonds. March 5, 
1633. 

Brenchlie, Richard, of Chilham. and 
•Alarv Seath, s. p. At same. May 
31, 1620. 

Brett, Charles, of Fordwich, yeom., ba., 
about 27, whose mother consents, 
and Mary Dukar, s. p., w. of William 
Dukar, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Edward Yonge, s. p., ar\^miger], 
bonds. Oct. 13, 1640. 

Brett, Giles, of Elham, husb., ba,, about 
30, and Mary Pilcher of Rarham, v., 
about 19. whose mother, Lydia 
Pilcher, alias Symons, now wife of 
Lawrence Symons, s. p., consents. 
At Barham. ' July 25, 1625. 

Brett, Henry, of Great Chart, yeom., 
widr., about 46, and- Mary Barton of 
Mersham, w., about 46, relict of 
Thomas Barton, lateof Woodchurch, 
veom., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
July 24, 1621. 

Brett, James, of Beauxfield, carpenter, 
ba., about 30, and Mildred Hughes 
of S. Mary's in Dover, v., about 24, 
d. of John Hughes of Elham, who 
consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. John Homewood of Coldrcd, 
yeom., and Thomas Brett of Sutton, 
tailor, bonds. March 19, 1031. 

Brett, John, of Allington, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Joan Hope of Kings- 



north, v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Hope, s, p., husb , who consents. 
At Kingsnorth. Aug. 1, 1625. 
Brett, John, of Wye, yeom,, ba,, about 
24, son of Gregory Brett, s. p., who 
consents, and Margaret Glover, s. 
p., v., about 21, whose mother, Jane 
Glover, w., consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Benjamin Wells of 
Wye, kerseymaker, and Robert 
Downe, s. p,, grocer, bonds. June 
18, 1633. 
Brett, John, of Ashford, butcher, ba., 
about 25, and Ann Baker of New- 
church, v., about 18, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by Andrew 
Wildes of Newchurch, yeom. At 
Newchurch. April 28, 1636, 
Brett, John, of New Romney, yeom., 
ba., about 40, and Elizabeth Terry 
of Midley, w. of Nicholas Terry, 
late dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Thomas Brett of Snave, Jurat, and 
Stephen Hudson of Warehorne, 
cordwainer, bonds. Dec. 7, 1636. 
Brett,John,of S. Margaret AtclifF, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Church of S. Nicho- 
las Atwade, w. of Roger Church, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Sept. 24, 1644. 
Brett, Nicholas, of Ringwould, yeom., 
ba., about 31, and Alice Brooke of 
Woodnesborough, maiden, about 28, 
tl. of Re)'mund Brooke, late s. p., 
yeom., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At S. Andrew's, Cant. Oct. 
16, 1622. 
Bret, Richard, of Willesborough, shoe- 
maker, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Mary Mellow, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, d. of Lawrence 
Mellow, s, p., shoemaker, who con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Nov. 12, 1623. Nok. This allega- 
tion immediately precedes one dated 
Sept. 29, 1623. 
Brett, Richard, of Ashford, fellmonger, 
ba , about 30, and Margaret Spicer 
of Shadoxhurst, v., about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At Shadoxhurst. 
May 27, 1628. 
Brett, Richard, of Ashford, butcher, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Jane 
Stedman, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
mother consents. At Boughton 
Aluph. John Spackman of Ashford, 
husb., bonds. April 9, 1636. 



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Brett, Richard, of Charing, butcher, ba., 
about 24, and Ann Hutchen, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Zachary Hutchen, 
s. p., tailor, who consents. " In the 
parish church or chapel of Challocli." 
April 9, 1645. 

Brett, Robert, of Tenterden, clothier, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Foord of S. 
Peter's, Cant., maiden, about 24, d. 
of William Forde of Bridge, yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Kempe of Great Chart, husb. At 
Boughton Aluph. Nov. 17, 1620. 

Brett, Robert, of Ringwould, yeom., ba., 
about 24, whose father consents, and 
Mary Upton ot S. Margaret Atcliff, 
v., about 19, d. of John Upton, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At S. M. 
Atcliff. Oct. 10, 1637. 

Brett, Thomas, of Kennington, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Susan Wood of 
Godmersham, maiden, about 21, d. 
of Lewes Wood, late s. p., yeom., 
dec, at her own govt. At S. George's, 
Cant. Dec. 13, 1621. 

Brett, Thomas, of Great Chart, maltster, 
ba., about 40, and Joan Pemmer, s. 
p., maiden, about 27, d. of Richard 
Pemmer, late s. p., yeom., dec, and 
now at her own govt. At Wood- 
church, because Mr. Redeemed 
Compton, curate there, intendeth 
to bestow a wedding dinner upon 
them. Oct. 14, 1623. 

Brett, Thomas, of Great Chart, yeom., 
ba., about 29, and Susan Cadwell 
of Rolvenden, v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Cadwell, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by John Binge of G. 
Chart, g. At Rolvenden. June 7, 1628. 

Brett, Thomas, of Hawkhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 27, and Joan Cooke, s. p., 
v., 24, whose parents are dead. At 
same. Robert Springett, s. p., husb., 
bonds. Feb., 13, 1632. 

Brett, Thomas, of Chart, yeom., widr., 
and Persis Tayler of Biddenden, v., 
about 38, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Richard Tayler 
of Biddenden, g., and George Kad- 
well of Rolvenden, g., bonds. May 
30, 1639. 

Brett, Thomas, of Wye, yeom., ba., about 
30, son of Percival Brett, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, and Elizabeth Polin 
of S. Peter's in Thanet, v., about 22, 
d. of Richard Polin, s. p., yeom., 
who also consents. At S. John's in 
Thanet. Jan. 23, 1639. 



Brett, Thomas, of Snave, yeom., ba., 19 
and upwards, whose father, Thomas 
Brett, s. p., g., consents, as is testified 
by William Bat^-man of Eastbridge, 
yeom., and Rutli King of Snave, w. 
of Richard King, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. At Snave. Oct. 10, 1640. 

Brett, William, of Wye, yeom., ba . 
about 24, "in the presence of his 
father consenting," and Jane Ware 
of Aldington, maiden, about 23, d. 
of Susan Ware, alias Kennard, wife 
of John Kennard, of Aldington, who 
also consents. At Aldington. Percival 
Brett and George Fynch " de Crun- 
dale, yeom.," bonds. May 27, 1637. 

Breve rton, [Brewerton in the margin 
but he signed Brurton], Richard, of 
S. Mary's in Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 28, and Judith Dawkes, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Richard 
Dawkes, s. p.. Jurat, who consents, 
as is testified by Thomas Stone, s. 
p., mariner. At same. Patrick Masters 
of the city of London, merchant, 
bonds. Dec. 1, 1625. 

Brewer, John, of the city of London, 
Citizen and Grosser, ba., 28, and 
Mary Groue of the Precincts of S, 
Gregory's, Cant., v., d. of Ralph 
Groue, s. p., g., who consents, as is 
testified by his son, John Groue, s. 
p., g. At the Hospital Church of 
S. John, without Northgate, Cant. 
Francis Groue of the city of London, 
grosser, bonds. Sept. 26, 1629. 

Brewer, William, of Ditton, g., ba., 
about 27, and Dorothy H award of 
Faversham, maiden, about 21, whose 
parents are dead. At Faversham 
or Preston n. Faversham. Fremlyn 
Willoughby of Sandling, and Thomas 
Willoughby of West Mailing, gn., 
bonds. June 21, 1625. 

Brewerton. Sec Breverton. 

Brewster (Breuster), Henry, of Teyn- 
ham, yeom., ba., about 18 or 19, 
whose father, Thomas Breuster, con- 
sents, and Susan Lowd, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of John Lowd, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. Nov. 8, 1642. 

Brewster, James, of Tong, g., ba., 21 
and upwards, at his own govt., and 
Ann 13atcheler of Kingsdown, v., 
about 16, d. of George Batcheler 
of Eythorne, g., who consents, as is 
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clerk, rector of Kingsdown. At S. M. 
Brcdiii's, Cant. July 1, 1641. 

Brewster, John of Teynhara, j-eom., 
ba., about 22, whose father, Thomas 
Brewster, consents, and Ann Burton 
of Eastling, v., about 21, d. of 
Thomas Burton, s. p., who also con- 
sents. At Otterden. Sept. 23, 1639. 
Note. This allegation is signed 
"Thomas Barton." The two forms 
were often used to designate the 
same person or the same family. 

Brewton, John, of Halstow, sailor, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Alice 
Clarke, s. p , w., about 26, relict of 
Jacob Clarke, late dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. Thomas Bruton of 
Rainham, husb., bonds. Feb. IH, 
1627. 

B riant. See Bryant. 

Brice, Andrew, of Birchington, husb., 
ba., about 32, and Mary Coleman, 
s. p., relict of Richard Coleman, 
late s. p., dec. At same. July 6, 
1633. 

Brise, Christopher, of Brookland, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Iddenden of 
Cant., w. of Richard Iddenden, dec. 
At Brookland. John Osborne of 
Cant., " imbroderer," bonds. June 
17, 1631. 

Brice et Browneing. [Married at 
S. Mildred's, Cant., where the entry 
is, Christopher Brice and Margaret 
Browning, wid. Sept. 15, 1646. 
" Brice et Browneing " taken from 
the Index to Vol. P. of allegations.] 

Brice, Daniel, of Faversham, yeom., ba., 
about 32, and Mary Barker, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Barker, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Simon Brice 
of Faversham, and John Brice of 
Holy Cross, Cant., blacksmiths, 
bonds. March 24, 1633. 

Brice, Henry, of S. Paul's, Cant., widr., 
about 42, and Margery Binge, s. p., 
w. of Bartholomew Binge, late of 
Min.ster in Thanet, dec, about 32. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Richard 
Laminge of Preston n. Faversham, 
g., bonds. May 6, 1619. 

Brice, John, of Worth, husb., widr., 
and Catherine Wimarke, s. p., v., 
about 40. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Oct. 10, 1637. 

Brice, John, of Newnham, blacksmith, 
ba., about 27, whose father, Simon 
Brice, consents, and Mary Mun, s. p.. 



v.. about 17 or 18, d. of Elizabeth 
Mun, s. p., w.. Mho also consents. 
At Preston n. Faversham. July 16, 
1640. 

Brice, John, of Ash, blacksmith, widr., 
and Jane Felles of S. Paul's, Cant., 
w. of Thomas Fells, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Henry Champney of Cant., 
locksmith, bonds. June 4, 1642. 

Brice, Leonard, of Hawkinge, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Pilcher)^ of Cheri- 
ton, w. of Thomas Pilcher, late s. p., 
dec. At Cheriton. Jan. 20, 1637. 

Brice, Leonard, of VVe.st Cliff, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose father consents, 
and Jane Wilkeson of Sutton n. 
Dover, w. of Joseph Wilkeson, late 
s. p., dec. At Sutton n. D. Edward 
Scale of Sutton n. Dover, carpenter, 
bonds. June 5, 1645. 

Brice, Simon, of Faversham, blacksmith, 
widr., and Margaret Stonehouse of 
Chillenden, w. of Nicholas Stone- 
house, dec. At Preston n. Faver- 
sham. Jacobus Morris of Faversham, 
tailor, and William Mathers of Cant., 
musician, bonds. May 10, 1641. 

Brice, William, of Monks Horton, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Brander of Wye, 
w. of one Brander, late s. p., dec. 
At Brabourne, for that it is in their 
way betwixt Monks Horton and Wye, 
whence he is minded to fetch her. 
Oct. 14, 1629. 

Brice, William, of Upper Hardres, 
weaver, ba., about 20, whose father 
consents, as is testified by Nicholas 
Fox, s. p., husb., and Joan John- 
cocke of Stelling, v., about 24, d. of 
Margaret Johncocke, s. p., w., who 
also consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. April 7, 1646. 

Brickenden, Nathaniel, of Biddenden, 
g., ba., about 24, and Catherine 
Sharlock, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
mother, [blank] Sharlock, alias 
Flood, s. p., consents. At same. 
Nov. 8, 1625. 

Brickenden, Thomas, of Biddenden, 
g., ba., about 35. and Lydia Chute 
of Hinxhill, v., about 21, d. of 
Edward Chute, s. p., Esquire, who 
consents. At Biddenden or Benen- 
den. Allegation made and signed 
by William Stow of Biddenden, 
linenweaver. Aug. 19, 1637. 

Brickenden (Briggenden), Walter, of 
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about 30, and Sarah Hubberd, s. p., 
v., about 26, d. of Thomas Hubberd 
of Tenterden, who consents, as is 
testified by John Moody of S. 
James's in D., seaman. At S. 
James's in D. Thomas Fann of 
Dover, yeom., bonds. Feb. 20, 1642. 

Bridge, Abel, of S. M. Bredin's, Cant, 
kersev maker, ba., 21 and upwards, 
with the consent of Eli*anor Munn, 
alias Bridge, s. p., and Mary Rigden 
of Petham. v., about 16, d. of 
Edmund Rigden, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents, as is testified by Walter 
Mune of S. M. Bredin's, Cant , 
clothier. At Little Hardres. Walter 
Mond afoiesaid, bonds. May 4, 
1640. 

Bridge, Ambrose, of Berstead, lime- 
burner, ba., about 40. and Elizabeth 
Rabson of Shoreham, w , about 40, 
relict of Ambrose Rabson, late s. p., 
dec. At Ea.st Sutton. Nov. 22, 1626. 

Bridge, George, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., innholder, widr., and Mary 
Bissell, s. p., v., about 32, d. of Mr. 
James Bissell, parson of the said 
parish, who consents. At Thaning- 
ton. Nov. 14, 1634. 

Bridge, Henry, of Petham, yeom., widr., 
about 58, and Judith Coveney of 
Chartham, w., about 48, relict of 
Roger Coveney, late s. p.. dec. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. May 2, 1626. 

Bridge, Henry, of Fdmstead, husb., ba., 
about 27, whose father, John Bridge, 
consents, and Elizabeth March of 
Great Hardres, v., about 30, at her 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Anker of Wickham. bricklayer, 
bonds. Sept. 12, 1639. 

Bridge, John, of S. Peter's in Thanct, 
glovc-r, ba., above 21, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Gryme, s. p., 
maiden, above 21, d. of Simon 
Gryme of Fordwich, " lyterman," 
dec. about 10 years since, also at her 
own govt. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Feb. 18, 1621. 

Bridge, John, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
grosser, ba., about 24, whose father 
consents, and FZlizabeth Peers of 
Faversham, v., about 19, d. of Mark 
Peers, s. p., mariner, who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard 
Chandler of Cant., grosser. At 
Faversham. June 27, 1631. 



Bridge, John, of Wingham, yeom., ba., 
about 42, and Joan Strowd, s. p., v., 
about 33, d. of William Strowd of 
Petham, husb, who consents. At 
S. Michael's, Harbledown. Thomas 
Hoveuden of Cant., yeom., bonds. 
July 26, 1638. 

Bridge, John, of Faversham, innholder, 
ba., 33 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Rettinge.s. p , w^ of Richard Retting, 
late s. p., dec. At same, or at Preston 
n. Faversham. April 5, 1641. 

Bridge, John, of Faversham, baker, 
widr., and Judith Spilliard, s. p., v., 
about 21, whose parents are dead. 
At Davington or Preston n. Faver- 
sham. Edward Bridges of Faver- 
sham, g., bonds. May 20, 1643. 

Bridge, Nathaniel, of Wye, vintner, 
about 24, and Ann Calder, s. p., v., 
about 20, who, her parents being 
dead, is now under the service of 
William Neale, s. p., who consents. 
At Brook. Dec. 24, 1627. 

Bridge, Thomas, of Folkestone, husb., 
i)a., about 29, and Kmme Eatheridge 
of Eastry, maiden, about 30, whose 
friends aie dead At S. George's, 
Cant. Nov. 30, 1624. 

Bridge, Thomas, of Sturr}-, husb., widr., 
about 38, and Mar}' Beane of Walt- 
ham, w. of George Beane, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Edward 
Johnson of Petham, husb., bonds. 
Aug. 18, 1634. 

Bridge, Thomas, ofS. Margaret's, Cant., 
apothecary, about 21, whose mother 
consents, and Deborah Kingsnoth 
of Charthnm, v., about 19, d. of 
Robert Kingsnoth, s. p., g., who also 
con.sents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Nov. 6, 1643. 

Bridge, William, of Bredgar, tailor, ba., j 
about 24, and Elizabeth Foord, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of Thomas Foord of 
Lenham, cooper, who consents. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 30, 1635. 

Bridge, William, of Boughton Malherbe, 
carpenter, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Maiden of Egerton, v., about 26, 
whose mother consents. At Egerton. 
Erasmus Allen of B. Malherbe, husb., 
bonds. Feb. 22, 1636. 

Bridgeman, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, brewer, ba , about 21, whose 
father consents, and Rose Timberlake 
s. p., w., relict of John Timberlake, 
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At Charlton n. Dover. John Whitting- I 
ham of Littlcbourne, blacksmith, and 
Richard Woodman, s. p., shoemaker, 
bonds. Jan. 21, 1635. 

Bredgman, Thomas, of Tenterden, 
husb., widr., and Mary Taylor, of 
Craiibrook, v., about 29, d. of John 
Taylor of Pliickley, who const- nts, as 
is testified by Thomas Glover of 
Cranbrook, broadweaver. At Fritten- 
den. William Lythall of Cant., baker, 
bonds. Feb. 1, 1639. 

Bridger, George, of Smarden, husb., 
ba., about 40, and Phinees Best, s, 
p., v., about 33. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. May 24. 1630. 

Bridger, John, of Sellense, husb., ba., 
about 21, whose father, Stephen 
Bridger, consents, and Sib\l Griifen, 
s. p., v., about 17, d. of Sarah Pem- 
ble, alias Griffen, who also consents, 
as is testified by William Howland, 
s. p., husb. At S. Peter's, Cant , or 
"Sellenge." (3ct. 26, 1643. 

Bridger, Thomas, of Kennardinnton, 
husb., widr., and Susan Rutland of 
Tenteiden, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Tenterden. 
Henry Fowler of Warehorne, husb., 
bonds. July 11, 1638. 

Bridges, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Widdeat, 
s. p., w. of John Widdet, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Isaac 
Terry of S. N. Atwade, yeom., bonds. 
June 13, 1640. 

Bridges, Robert, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
beerbrewer, about 21, and Margaret 
Terry of S. Dunstan's, Cant , v., 
about 21, d. of Leonard Terry, dec. 
and of Rachel Terry, who consents, 
as is testified by her husband, 
(jeorge Terry [sic) of S. Dunstan's, 
yeom. At S. liunstan's. June .'iO, 1629. 

Bridges, Robert, of S. Mildred's, Cant . 
beerbrewer, widr., and Priscilla Gre- 
well of Chilham, w. of James Gre- 
well, late dec. At Chilham. John 
Bridges of S. Nicholas, Harbledown, 
" kanmaker," bonds. Sept. 29, 1634. 

Bridges, Thomas, of S. Michael's, 
Harbledown, "kanmaker," ba., about 
22, son of John Bridges, who con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Plart of 
Chartham, v., about 22, d. of Thomas 
Hart of Ospringe, who also consents. 
At S. Michael's, Harbledowne. June 
30, 1635. 



Brigges, James, of Bethersden, husb., 
Iia., about 23, and Jane Carpenter, 
s. p , maiden, about 22, d. of Henry 
Carpenter, late s. p., dec, at her own 
govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Isa- 
brand Love of the city of London, 
Barber Surgeon, bonds. June 22, 
1019. 

Briggs,John,of Newnham,hempdresser, 
and Elizabeth Rickard of Goodnes- 
tone n. Wingham, v. At Goodnes- 
tone aforesaid. Feb. 25, 1621. 

Briggs, Thomas, of Deal, sailor, ba., 
about 32, and Blandiana Morris, s. 
p., v., about 38, at her own govt. At 
same. Richard Bewds of Deale, 
hosier, bonds. Aug. 29, 1636. 

Brigges, Thomas, and Alice Goldhatch, 
of S. Mildred's, Cant. Ai same. 
March 5, 1642. 

Bright, Edward, of S. George's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Forstall, s. p., maiden, about 23, d. 
of Edward Forstall, late of Sandwich, 
ropemaker, dec, at her own govt. 
At Littlebourne. Nov. 5, 1621." 

Bright, John, of Rolvenden, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Dorothy Robertes of 
F^bony, v., about 27, whose mother 
consents. At Rolvenden. Thomas 
Higginson of Rolvenden, clerk, 
bonds. Aug. 6, 1629. 

B rise ley, John, the younger, of Charing, 
collier, ba., about 22, whose father, 
John Briseley, consents, and Alice 
Baldocke of Westwell. v., about 21, 
whose mother consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Briselev the elder. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant^ Jan. 9, 1637. 

Brisley, William, of Charing, collier, ba., 
about 20, son of John Brisly, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by Mr. 
Elie, s. p., and Joan Titherton, 20, 
d. of Richard Titherton of Cant., 
cooper, who also consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. May 15, 1638. 

Brissenden, Jeflery, of Frittenden, g., 
widr., about 58, and Mary Stronge 
of Petham, w., about 60, relict of 
Edward Stronge, late s. p., dec. At 
Petham. [ohn Coleman of Petham, 
g , bonds. " Sept. 20, 1625. 

Brissenden, Nicholas, the younger, of 
Frittenden, husb., ba., about 27, 
whose father, Nicholas Brissenden 
the elder, consents, and Elizabeth 
Buckherst, s. p., v., about 18, d. of 
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wlio also consents. At same. Robert 
lull of Chilham, victualler, bonds. 
"Dec. 6, 1643. 

Brissenden, Robert, of Biddenden, 
husb., ba., about 23, son of S\mon 
Brissenden, s. p., who consents, and 
Margery Bigg, s. p., v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. June 7, 1626. 

Brissenden, Thomas, of Wye, maltster, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Smith, 
s. p., w., about 30, relict of John 
Smith, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Nov. 6, 1627. 

Brissenden, William, of Frittenden, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Lucy Wood, 
s. p., V , about 17, d. of Robert Wood, 
s. p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nicholas Brissende[n] of Frit- 
tenden, yeom., bonds. Jan. 25, 1636. 

Bristow, Stephen, of New Romney, 
carpenter, widr., and Elizabeth Fos- 
ter, s. p., w. of Edward Foster, late 
s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
William Evans of N. Romney, fisher- 
man, bonds. Nov. 22, 1660. 

Brltcher, John, of Tunstall, yeom., ba., 
about 34, and Elizabeth Drury of 
Bredgar, v., about 24, d. of William 
Drury, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. April 
19, 1642. 

Brltcher, William, of Ulcombe, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Mary Tailor of 
Harrietsham, v., of the like age, 
whose mother consents. At Harriet- 
sham. May 31, 1636. 

Brittaine, William, of Eastwell, chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Woodland, s. p., v., about 23, d.of 
Ann Woodland of Brabourne, \v., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 9, 1640. 

Broad, Jacob, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, gardener, ba., about 40, and 
Margaret Grenull of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, w., about 41, relict of 
Christopher (jrcnull, late s. p., dec. 
At S.Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 24, 1619. 

Broade, William, of Maidstone, fustian- 
weaver, ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 
Ongley, s. p., maiden, about 23, d. of 
Thomas Ongley, late s. p., fustian 
weaver, dec. At same. Dec. 11,1621. 

Broadsheafe, William, and Susan Blash- 
enden of Tenterden. At same. Jan. 
25, 1629. 



Broadstreete, Edward, of Thanington, 
blacksmith, ba., 21 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead, and Eliza- 
beth Webb of Hernhill, v., about 19, 
d. of [blank] Webb, dec. At Hern- 
hill. Feb. 5, 1637. 

Broadstreet, l^dward, of Minster in 
Sheppy, husb., ba., about 22, 
whose parents are dead, and Alice 
Ginge, s. p., w. of Thomas Ginge, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Thomas 
Hickes, s. p., yeom., bonds. March 
6, 1640. 

Brockhull, James, of Bredhunst, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Joan Warryner, s. 
p., maiden, about 22, d. of George 
Warryner, late of the city of London, 
dec, her mother. Amy Warriner, now 
dwelling at Hythe, consents. At 
Bredhurst. May 15, 1620. 

Brockhull, James, of Sittingbourne, 
brewer, widr., about 34, and Cather- 
ine Tomlyn of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
w., 30 and upwards, relict of Ambrose 
Tomlj-n, late of Borden, g., dec. At 
S. Mildred's. Nov. 9, 1626. 

Brockhull,Robert, of "Bredgate,"husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Waker, 
s. p., w., about 34, relict of Robert 
Waker, late s. p., husb., dec. At 
same. Aug. 6, 1622. 

Brockman, Christopher, of Whitfield, 
husb., widr., and Margaret Stokes of 
Sutton n. Dover, v., about 20, d. of 
William Stokes, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Sept. 15, 1637. 

Brockman, John, of Leysdown, husb., 
ba., about 31, and Mary Clinton, s, 
p., spr., about 23, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Robert White, s. 
p., husb., bonds. Jan. 19, 1634. 
Note. Two days before, William Long 
of Leysdown, husb., appeared as a 
messenger on their behalf, and urged 
the condition of Mary Clinton, and 
the suspicion that Brockman would 
"quite run away" if allowed to 
come to procure the licence, as 
reasons why it should be granted on 
his (Long's) allegation 

Brockman, Richard, of Whitfield, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Stokes of Sutton n. 
Dover, v., about 34, d. of William 
Stokes, s. p., who consents. At 
Sutton. May 13, 1636. 

Brockman, Thomas, of Dover, baker, 
widr., upwards of 27 and Mary 
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Richard Spicer, late of Lyminge, dec, 
and of Elizabetli Spicer, s. p., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 20, 1619. 

Brocksome, Robert, of Lyminge, and 
Elizabeth Morris, s. p. At' S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 19, 1621. 

Brockwell, Henry, of Teynham, chap- 
man, widr., about 44, and Susan 
Welles of S. Paul's, Cant., maiden, 
about 26, d. of Gregory Wells, s. p., 
labourer, who consents. AtS. Paul's. 
Oct. 21, 1626. 

Brockwell, Thomas, of Lenhani,yeom., 
ba., about 23, son of John Brockwell, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
William Turner of Cant., woollen- 
draper, and Mary Quilter of S. John's 
in Thanet, v., about 26, d. of John 
Quilter, who also consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. July 24, 1638. 

Brodnax, Anthony, of Lyminge, g., ba., 
about 21, whose mother consents, 
and Mary Ba^ly of Brabourne, v., 
about 16, d. of John Baily, s. p.. 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Henry Jacob of Lyminge, g. At 
Brabourne. Feb. 12, 1635. 

Brodnax, Anthony, of Lyminge, g., 
widr., and Mary Holloway, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Thomas Holloway, 
s. p., yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by John Chapman, s. p., 
cordwainer. June 27, 1640. 

Brodnax, Henry, of Godmershani, and 
Rachel Horsmanden of Goudhurst. 
At Shado.xhurst. May 21, 1621. 

Brodnax, Jervis, of Holy Cro-s, Cant., 
shoemaker, widr., about 40, and 
Susan Dawson of S. Dunstan's, 
Cant., w., about 40, relict of Daniel 
Dawson, late s. p., weaver, dec. At 
S. Peter's in Thanet, "by reason 
that James Boykin of the same parish 
the said widow her cousin intendeth 
to give them their wedding dinner." 
Oct. 29 (or 28), 1623. 

Brodnax, Richard, of Cheriton, g., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Topcliff, s. p., maiden, about 
30, d. of Richard Topcliff, late s. p., 
dec, and now abiding with Alice 
Topcliff, w., her mother, who con- 
sents. At same. Sept. 28, 1 6 19. 

Broadnax, Richard, of Cant., widr., 
and Grace Sabb, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Sabbs, late of Goudhurst, dec. At 
S. Mildred's, Cant. Mr. Richard 
Allen, bonds. March 29, 1636. 



Brodnax, Thomas, of S. M. Brcdin's, 
Cant., g., ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
mother consents, and Margaret 
Aucher of Willesborough, v., about 
26, d. of Edwin Aucher. s. p., Esquire, 
who also conscmts, as is testified by 
Mr. Anthony Gibbon of S. Peter's, 
Cant., clerk. At Willesborough. 
April 21, 1640. 

Bromfield, Elias, of Sandwich, cord- 
wainer, ba , about 28, whose mother, 
Susan Broinfeild, w., consents, and 
Ellen Vinall, s. p., w. of Nathaniel 
Vinall, late s. p., dec. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. Jacobus Pearle of 
Cant., gardener, bonds. Feb 5,1639. 

Brumfeild, Stephen, of Bethersden, 
tailor, ba., about 25, and Ann Longe, 
w. of Richard Longe, late s. p., dec. 
.'^t S. M. Bredman's, Cant. June 25, 
1G32. 

Bromley, John, of Ash, luisb., about 22, 
in the presence of his father, who is 
consenting, and Margaret Gates, s. 
p., V , about the like age, d. of John 
Gates, late of Whitstable, dec, now 
at her own govt. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Oct. 28, 1629. 

Bromley, Stephen, of Hougham, husb., 
ba., about 37, and Elizabeth Church- 
man, s. p., w., about 28, relict of 
Thomas Churchman, late dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. July 17, 1628. 

Bromley, Thomas, of Cranbrook,yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Carr of Staple- 
hurst, w. of [blank] Carre, late s. p., 
dec. At Cranbrook or Biddenden. 
Richard Bromley of Cant., scrivener, 
bonds. Allegation made by Mr. Rd. 
Birkhened, Notary Public, and 
Thomas Beale of Cranbrook, yeom. 
Feb. 5, 1639. 

Bromstone, Thomas, of S. James's in 
Dover, shipcarpt-nter, ba., about 22, 
at his own govt., and Elizabeth 
Yonge of S. Mary's in Dover, v., 
about 23, d. of Thomas Yonge, s. p., 
currier, who consents. At Hawkinge. 
Jan. 27, 16J2. 

Bronger, Christojiher, of Headcorn. 
butcher, ba., about 29, and Idden 
Turner, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At S. RLargaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 19, 1630. 

Brooke, Clement, of Hernhill, yeom., 
widr., about 32, and Ursula Heeler 
of Goodnestone n. Favcrsham, w., 



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about the same age, relict of Caleb 
Heeler, late s. p., yeom., dec. At 
Holy Cross, Cant. Aug. 11. 1627. 

Brooke, Gabriel, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
sailor, and Joan Reade, s. p., v. 
At same. May 18, 1621. 

Brooke, George, of jMonks Horton, 
veom.. ba , 32 and upwards, and 
'loan Gifford, s. p., maiden, about 28, 
d. of William Gift'ord of Brabourne 
tailor, who consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Edward Clarke of 
Cant., sergeant, bonds. May 26, 
1626. 

Brooke, Isaac, of Staple, yeom., widr., 
about 40, and Elizabeth Goble of 
Milton n. Sittingbourne, w., about 
42, relict of Nicholas Goble, late s. 
p., cordwainer, dec. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. May 21, 1625. 

Brooke, Jervis, of Ewell, husb., ba,. 
about" 32, and Joan Finn, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of [blank] 
Finn of Whitfield, tailor, dec. about 
15 years since. At Ewell. Aprils, 
1621. 

Brooke, John, of Lydd, husb., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Agnes 
Robins, s. p., w., about 30, relict of 
John Robins, late s. p., dec. At S. 
"Mildred's, Cant. Feb. 2, 1625. 

Brooke, lohn, and Avice Pickarell, of S. 
Margaret's, Cant. At same. Jan. 
22, 1626. 

Brooke, John, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Bradford, s. 
p., v., about 19, d. of Luke Brailford, 
s. p.. Jurat, who consents, as is 
testified by Robert Nealds, s. p., 
mariner. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
June 17, 1634. 

Brooke, John, of Maidstone, mariner, 
widr., "and Mary Collins, s. p., w. of 
William Collins, late dec. At Otham. 
Dec. 19, 1634. 

Brook, John, of Dover, mariner, widr., 
and Alice West, s. p., v., about 17, 
d. of Susan West, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by her son 
George West, s. p., maltster. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. March 12, 1637, 

Brooke, Leonard, of Sellinge, husb., 
widr., and Bennet Lambe, s. p., v., 
about 30, d. of John Lambe of Hythe, 
who consents. At Sellinge. George 
Makeney of Hythe, carpenter, 
bonds. March 24, 1635. 



Brooke, Martin, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 21, whose father 
consents, and Catherine Johnson of 
the Precincts of S. Augustine, Cant., 
v., about 24, d. of John Johnson, 
dec, and of Judith Johnson, w., 
who also consents. At S. Paul's, 
Cant. April 24, 1630. 

Brooke. Raymond, and Ann Sammon, 
of Harbledown. At same. March 
8, 1640. 

Brooke, Richard, of Harty husb., ba., 
about 24, and Alice James, s. p., w. 
of Thomas James, late s. p , dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Thomas 
Matheson of I^eysdown, husb., 
bonds. Sept. 12, r633. 

Brooke, Robert, of Goudhurst, "sight- 
grinder," [scythegrinder] and Joan 
Hickmatt, s. p., spr. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Edward RLale of 
Goudhurst, •' sightmaker," [scythe- 
maker] and Lancelot Symans of 
Horsmonden, sicklemaker, bonds. 
April 23, 1619. 

Brooke, Robert, of Maidstone, tailor, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Dirrick, s. 
p., w., about 25, relict of William 
Dirricke, late s. p., tailor, dec. At 
Harrietsham. April 20, 1621. 

Brooke, Robert, of Maidstone, tailor, 
widr., and iVIary Garnet, s. p., v., 
about '.^8, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Warham Jemmett of 
Sturrv, innholder, bonds. Aug. 10, 
1637.' 

Brooke, Samuel, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 25, and Agnes 
Joyce of S. Clement's in Sandwich, 
maiden, about 24, whose mother, 
[blank] Joyce, s. p., w., consents, as 
is testified by John Worsyter of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, saddler. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 25, 1621. 

Brooke, Sylvester, of Sholden, husb., 
widr., about 30, and Catherine 
Waker of S. Clement's in Sandwich, 
maiden, about 25, d. of George 
Waker, s. p., husb., dec. about 18 
years since, now at her own govt. 
At Eastry. Sept. 17, 1621. 

Brooke, Thomas, of Bishopsbourne, 
joiner, ba., about 39, and Margaret 
Parkinson of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., w., about 42, relict of Robert 
Parkinson, late of Cant., painter, 
dec. At Fordwich. Sept. 4, 1620. 



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Brooke, William, of Maidstone, glazier, 
widr., about -15, and Elizabeth Wil- 
mot, s. p., maiden, about 33, whose 
friends are dead. At ^ylaidstone. 
Allegation made and signed by John 
Taylor of Maidstone, mercer, "who 
believeth the said John Taylor made 
faith in the presence of Mr. Robert 
Barrel!, curate of Maidstone, who 
(viva voce) doth testify that he is 
well acquainted with the said John 
Taylor, and knoweth him to be so 
honest a man that credit may be 
given to his, the said John Taylor's, 
deposition, and that he believeth the 
said John doth not otherwise allege, 
inform or depose in this matter than 
the very truth is, and thereupon the 
said John Tavlordesired licence, &c." 
May 19, 1624. 

Brookes (Bruckes), William, of Deal, 
tailor, ba., about 34, and Catherine 
Alsup, s. p., w., about 34, relict of 
John Alsup, late s. p., husb., dec. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Jacobus Drace 
of S. Martin's, Cant., yeom., bonds. 
July lo, 1624. 

Broome, John, of Dover, beerbrewer, 
widr., about 30, and Ann, relict of 
John Filley, s. p., 32. At Alkham. 
Fulk Cliftone of St. Magnus in the 
city of London, stationer, bonds. 
Aug. 4, 1625. 

Broome, Robert, of Dover, maltster, ba., 
about 30, and Sarah Goatley of Ash- 
ford, v., about 22, whose parents are 
dead. At Hinxhill. Aug. 2, 1630. 

Broome, Thomas, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
g., widr., and Dorothy Maple, s. p., 
spr., about 20, d. of Nicholas Maple, 
dec. At Hackington [perhaps Nack- 
ington]. July 17, 1630. 

Broome, Thomas, of Dover, g., ba., 
about 25, and Alice Wentworlh, s. 
p., w. of William Wentworth, late s. 
p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Sept. 27, 1630. 

Broome, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
husb., ba., about 22, whose father, 
John Broome, s. p., beerbrewer, con- 
sents, and Aphra Richardes of 
Alkham, w. of Stephen Richardes, 
late s. p., dec. At Alkham. John 
Swanton of Alkham, yeom., and John 
Bryant of Dover, grocer, bonds. 
July 13, 1640. 

Brooman (Broman), Henry, of Loose, 
wheelwright, ba., 21 and upwards, at 



his own govt., and Mary Tolherst of 
Boxlev, v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Tolherst, s., p., fuller, who consents. 
At S. Rlargaret's, Cant. William 
Hoad of Maidstone, blacksmith, 
bonds. March 31, 1635. 

Broman, Thomas, of S. John's in 
Thanet, yeom., ba., about 24, and 
Joan Overy, s. p., w., about 34, relict 
of Simon Overy, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Dec. 1, 1626. 

Brooman, Thomas, of S. John's in 
Thanet, blacksmith, widr., and Alice 
Horton of Hackington, v., about 24, 
d. of Ann Harris, s. p., w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Thomas 
Robins of S. John's in T., maltster. 
At Sturry. Oct. 29, 1636. 

Brooman, William, of Chiddingley in 
Sussex, millwright, ba., about 24, and 
Lydia Waler of Great Chart, maiden, 
about 20, d. of John Waler, late s. 
p., cordwinder, dec, and now in the 
govt, of her mother, Mary Waler, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Brooman of Great Chart, 
millwright. At G. Chart. July 10, 
1622. 

Brotherton, Thomas, of Eastchurch, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Agnes 
Jemmett, s. p., w. of John Jemmett, 
late dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Richard Goldhach of S. Mildred's, 
wheelwright, and Arthur Middleton, 
s. p., chirurgeon, bonds. Oct. 28, 
1636. 

Broughton, John, of Sandwich, tanner, 
widr., about 49, and Cicely Haleing, 
s. p., w., about 49, relict of John 
Haleing, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Mary's in Sandwich. Jan. 12, 1626. 

Broun brigge, John, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, husb., ba., about 29, and 
Ellen Standerd, s. p., maiden, about 
25, d. of John Standerd, late of 
Beauxfield alias Whitfield, husb., 
dec. about 6 years since, and now at 
her own govt. At S. j\L Bredman's, 
Cant. Nov. 25, 1622. 

Brouxby, John, of the Archbishop's 
Palace, Cant., tailor, widr., and Ann 
Anslow of S. Paul's, Cant., w. of 
John Anslow, late s. p., dec. At 
Hackington. Edward Pullenof Cant, 
grocer, bonds. April 14, 1642. 

Browne, Andrew, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
shipwright, ba., about 26, and Agnes 
Parke, s. p., w. of James Parke 

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[Sparkes in the original, but Sparkes 
has been ahered to Parke twice], 
late dec. At same. Robert Parke 
of Dover, sailor, bonds. Dec. 21, 
1C30. 

Browne, Arthur, of Leeds, and Mar- 
garet Peene of Maidstone. At 
Maidstone. May 15, 1624. 

Browne, Christopher, of S. Clement's 
in Sandwich, maltster, ba., about 28, 
and Mary Hanimon of S. Mary's in 
Dover, v., about 19, d. of Walter 
Hammon and his wife, late of Sand- 
wich, dec, and now under the govt, 
of her guardian, John Peake, g., who 
consents. At S. I\I. Bredman's, 
Cant. Thomas Browne of S. Peter's 
in Sandwich, maltster, bonds. Oct. 
14, 1635. 

Browne, Henry, of Sittingbourne, glover, 
widr., about 30, and Mary Midleton 
of Queenborough, v.'., about 25, relict 
of George Midleton late of Rainham, 
dec. At Queenborough. Rlarch 17, 
1624. 

Browne, Henry, of Harrietsham, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Mason, s. p., v., about 24. 
At same. Barth. Browne s. p., yeom., 
and John Browne of Cant., barber- 
chirurgeon, bonds. Jan. 15, 16S4. 

Browne, Henry, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, yeom., ba., about 24, and Mar- 
garet Seamar, s. p., v., about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. John Seamer of 
Sandwich, vintner, bonds. Dec. 10, 
1636. 

Browne, Isaac, of Mersham, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Judith Blacke ofSnave, 
maiden, about 27, d. of John Blacke 
of Warehorne, husb., dec. about 20 
years since, and now at her own govt. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 7, 
1621. 

Browne, Jacobus, and Catherine Toart, 
of Goudhurst. At same. April 12, 
1633. 

Browne, John, of Boughton Malherbe, 
broadweaver, ba., about 24, and 
Elizabeth Farley of Charing, maiden, 
about 20, d. of William Farley, s. p., 
wheelwright, who consents. At Char- 
ing. Nov. 1, 1619. 

Browne, John, of Great Chart., Esqr., 
ba., upwards of 22, son of Richard 
Browne, s. p., Esqr., who consents, 
and Elizabeth Scott of Sunderh 



[_? Sundridge], maiden, upwards of 15, 
d. of Edward Scott, Esqr., of the 
same parish, who also consents. In 
the chapel in the parish of Smeeth. 
Allegation made and signed by John 
Taylor of Kingsnorth, g. Nov. II, 
1619. 

Browne, John, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
barber, ba., about 25, and Margaret 
Stokes, s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of 
Godfrey Stokes, who consents. At 
S. Paul's, Cant. May 28, 1621. 

Browne, John, of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, husb., ba., about 28, and 
Joan Langley of Sandhurst, maiden, 
about 20, d. of [blank] Langley, s. 
p., pailmaker, who consents. At 
Staplehurst. May 14, 1623. 

Browne, John, of Ewell, yeom., ba., 
about 36, and Margaret Constant of 
Tilmanstone, w., about 26, relict of 
one Con.stant, late of Minster in 
Thanet, yeom., dec. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Sept. 8, 1624. 

Browne, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
maltster, ba., about 40, and Ann 
Pincke, s. p., w. of Charles Pincke, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Thomas 
Biowne of Cant., glazier, bonds. 
June 22, 1631. 

Browne, John, of Maidstone, pewterer, 
ba., about 30, and Sarah Tayler, of 
Loose, v., 24, d. of James Tayler, 
who consents. At Loose. June 
23, 1631. 

Browne, John, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 25, and Catherine Kennet, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of Henry Kennet 
of Ireland and of Catherine his wife 
of Dover, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Henry Turner of Dover, 
husb. At S. James's in Dover. Oct. 
5, 1637. 

Browne, John.of Lenham, broadweaver, 
widr., and Mary Tripple of Charing, 
v., about 32 or 33. At Charing or 
Lenham. William Farley of Chil- 
ham, wheelwright, bonds. May 13, 
1644. 

Browne, Leonard, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., Notary Public, ba., about 30, 
and Ann Bargrave of Eythorne, v., 
20 and upwards, d. of Richard Bar- 
grave of Chartham, g., who consents. 
At Eythorne. July 28, 1635. 

Browne, Leonard, Notary Public, widr., 
and Ann Ashfold of S. Margaret's, 



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Cant., M'. of Thomas Ashfold, late of 
Brenzet, g., dec. At Rrenzet or 
Brookland. No date, but between 
March 14 and IMarch 17, 1641. 

Browne, Matthew, of Goudhurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 23, at liis own 
govt., and Joan Hullens of Cran- 
brook, v., about 20, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by Nicholas 
James of Goudhurst, broadweaver. 
At Maidstone. Richard Streate of 
Cant., broadweaver, bonds. Jan. 10, 
1636. 

Browne, Matthew, of S. James's in 
Dover, shipwright, ba., about 26, 
and Jane Nethersole of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., v., about 23, d. of William 
Nethersole of Dover, who consents, 
as is testified by Henry Turner of 
Dover, husb. At S. Alphagc, Cant. 
June 6, 1642. 

Browne, Peter, of Swanscombe, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Ellis of Doding- 
ton, v., about 26, d. of Christopher 
Ellis, late dec, and of Elizabeth, his 
widow, who consents, as is testified 
by her son, Thomas Ellis of Doding- 
ton. At Dodington. June 17, 1633. 

Browne, Ralph, of Throwley, tailor, 
widr., and Elizabeth Burton of Wood- 
nesborough, v., about 25, d. of 
Richard Burton of Bridge, who con- 
sents, as is testified by I'homas Bur- 
ton of Eastling, chandler. AtWood- 
nc^sborough. June 4, 1629. 

Browne, Roger, of Elmstead, white- 
smith, widr., and Catherine Austen 
of Little Hardres, v., about 23, d. of 
Michael Austen of Eastry, who con- 
sents. At Little Hardres. March 
27, 1630. 

Broune, Samuel, of Maidstone, and Ann 
Ball of S. Andrew's, Cant. At S. 
Andrew's. March 26, 1622. 

Browne, Stephen, of Worham [Ware- 
ham .''], yeom., ba., about 22, whose 
mother consents, and Susan Jenken 
of Eythorne, v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Jenkin, s. p., who also con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Julv 
8, 1630. 

Browne, Thomas, of Westhythe, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Claringowle [Claringbowl 
in the margin] of Lympne, maiden, 
about 21, d. of Mankhurst Claring- 
bowle of Chartham, yeom., dec. 



about 14 years since, and now under 
the govt, of Edward Beane of 
Lympne, who consents. At Lympne. 
May 30, 1623. 

Browne, Thomas, of Harrietsham, black- 
smith, ba., about 30, and Jane Taller, 
of Charing, v., about 23, d. of 
Richard Tailer, late of Harrietsham, 
blacksmith, dec. At Charing. 
Humphrey Milton, clerk, curate of 
Harrietsham, bonds. Dec. 5, 1623. 

Browne, Thomas, of Bethersden, kersey 
maker, widr., about 48, and Martha 
Wills, s. p., w., about 30, relict of 
James Wills, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Dec. 17, 1624. 

Browne, Thomas, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
labourer, ba., about 34, and Susan 
Otes of S. M. Bredman's, Cant., w. 
of John Otes, late of Halifax in 
Yorkshire, dec. At Thanington. 
Oct. 3, 1632. 

Browne, Thomas, of Staple, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Annis Andrew, s. p., 
v., about 23, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Jacobus Browne of S. M. 
Northgate. Cant., carpenter, bonds. 
Nov. 7, 1632. 

Browne,Thomas, of Sandwich, maltster, 
and a [blank], about 42, and Alice 
Pordage of Hernhill, w. of Nicholas 
Pordge, late of the city of London, 
dec. At Goodneston n. Faversham. 
Jan. 7, 1634. 

Browne, William, of Deal, sailor, widr., 
and Judith Bracey, s. p., w. of 
William Bracey, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 14, 
1627. 

Browne, William, of Heme, yeom., ba., 
about 25, whose father, Thomas 
Browne, s. p., yeom., consents, and 
Elizabeth Knowler of Chislet, v., 
about 21, whose parents are dead. 
At Chislet. July 4, 1629. 

Browne, William, and Mary Evans, of 
All Saint's, Cant. At same. Feb. 
20, 1630. 

Brown inge, Edward of Rodmersham, 
husb., ba., about 22, son of David 
Browninge, s. p., who consents, and 
Ann Wachers, s. p., v., about 23, d. 
of Davy Wachers, s p., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by a letter from 
John Bradle}^ of Frinstead, g. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 15, 1629. 

Browninge, Edward, ofTeynham, husb., 
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dead, and Ann Fuller of East Sutton, 
v., about 30, whose mother consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Timothy 
Devinson of Norton, hnsb., and 
Ralph Bright of Teynham, hush., 
bonds. April 10, 1637. 

Browneinge, [ames, of Lj-nstead, husb., 
ba., about 23, and Dorothy Bishop, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Ann Bishop, 
otherwise Collier, who consents, as 
is testified by Richard Browneinge, 
s. p., husb. At same. William 
Bulkly of Cant., barber, bonds. 
Aug. 8, 1639. 

Browning, John, and Ann Peake, of 
Waltham. At same. June 2, 1641. 

Brown inge, John, of Stanford, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Sarah Sellaud, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of Ann Spaigne, 
alias Sellaud, who consents, as is 
testified by her husband, Thomas 
Spaine. At same. March 22, 1644. 

Browninge, Richard, of 'I'ong, husb., 
ba., 22 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Frances Joanes, s. p., v., about 
23, also at her own govt., but now 
living with John Malim, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Tong. May 22, 1629. 

Browning, Robert, and Martha Crick- 
man, of Kingstone. At same. Dec. 
1, 1635. 

Browninge, Robert, and Ann Dowle, 
of Petham. At same. Dec. 31, 1641. 

Browning, Thomas, of Hythe, g., ba., 
about 23, son of Thomas Browning, 
one of the Jurats of Hythe, who 
consents, and Margaret Huftam of 
Ash, maiden, about 23, d. of Stephen 
Hufiam, s. p., g., who also consents. 
At Ash or Woodnesborough. Oct. 
22, 1624. 

Browning, Thomas, of Leeds, g., ba., 
21 and upwards, at his own govt., 
his father being dead, and Elizabeth 
Bedford of Maidstone, w. of Thomas 
Bedford, late dec. At Maidstone. 
Peter Swinford and Robert Comber- 
land of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., tailors, bonds. Jan. 4, 1633. 

Browning, Thomas, of Nonington, 
labourer, ba., about 30, and Joan 
Hamon, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
[blank] Hamon, dec. At same, 
Thomas Hayward, s. p., yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 2, 1636. 

Browning, William, of Postling, g., ba., 

about 25, son of Thomas Browninge, 

. who consents, and Sarah Murry of 



Ash, w. of James Murry, late s. p., 
dec. At Kingstone. May 3, 1636. 

Browneing, William, of S. RI. North- 
gate, Cant., miller, ba., about 26, 
whose mother, Ellen Browneing, 
consents, and Alice Kite of S. Paul's, 
Cant., spr., about 24, d. of Thomas 
Kite, who also consents. At S. 
Paul's, Cant. April 12, 1639. 

Bruggen, Isaac, of Maidstone, thread- 
maker, widr., about 36, and Eliza- 
beth Wickes, s. p., w., about 46, 
relict of John Wickes, late of 
Middelburg "in the Countie of 
Selland." [i.e. the province of Zee- 
land in Holland], dec. At Maidstone. 
Feb. 11, 1623. 

Brurton. 6"^^ Breverton. 

Bruton, John, of Halstow, sailor, widr., 
and Joan Edwardes, s. p., v., about 
24, whose parents are dead. At same. 
July 23, 1631. 

Bryan, Roger, of Deal, sailor, ba., about 
27, and Susan Billing, s. p., maiden, 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At Deal. Oct. 4, 1625. 

Bryant (Briant), Anthony, of Deal, 
mariner, ba., about 24, and Susan 
Hatcher of Heme, v., about 29, d. 
of Elizabeth Hatcher of Sandwich, 
w., who consents. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. William Rogers of 
Heme, husb., and William Baker, s. 
p., husb., bonds. April 19, 1643. 

Briant, Francis, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., tailor, ba.. about 24, and 
Mildred Pettit of S. Alphage, Cant., 
v., about 23, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Thomas Haddes of 
Cant., g. At S. Alphage. Thomas 
Hadd of Cant., g., bonds. Oct. 28, 
1629. 

Briant, Humphrc}', of Deal, vintner, ba , 
about 22, at his own govt., and Jane 
Thorowgood, s. p., w., about 30, 
relict of John Thorowgood,late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Sept. 24, 1627. 

Briant, John, of Goudhurst, tanner, ba,, 
about 28, and Martha Putland, s. p., 
w., about 36, relict of John Putland, 
late s. p., dec. At Frittenden. July 
5, 1625. 

Briant, John, of Dover, tailor, widr., 
about 30, and Susan Trivet, s. p., w., 
about 26, relict of James Trivet, late 
s. p., dec. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Feb. 23, 1627. 



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B riant, John, of New Romney, yeom., 
ba., 22 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Ann Chalker, s. p , v., 
about 20, d. of Walter Chalker, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. The aforesaid 
Walter Chalke (sir), bonds. Nov. 
19, 1634. 

B riant, Richard, of S. James's in Dover, 
butcher, ba., about 30, and Susan 
Friend, s. p., v., about 2.5, d. of 
[blank] Friend, late of Eastry, dec. 
At S. James's in D. Sept. 28, 1632. 

Bryant, Thomas, of Monkton in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Mary Hay- 
ward of S. Nicholas Atwade, maiden, 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 2, 1620. 

Brymstead, William, of Leeds, tailor, 
widr., about 34, and Ann Vane, s. p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Sept. 16, 1624. 

Bubb, John, of Cant., butcher, ba., about 
36, and Elizabeth Feild, s. p., v., 30 
and upwards, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Michael's, Harbledown. 
John Paty of Cant., cordwainer, 
bonds. May 16, 1640. 

Bucke, Elias, of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 35, and Ann 
Hawkes, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of John Hawkes, s. p., yeom., dec, 
and now at her own govt. At same. 
June 20, 1625. 

Bucke, Jacobus, and Elizabeth Hayes, 
of Whitstable. At same. Feb. 14, 
1628. 

Buck, Nicholas, of Reculver, carpenter, 
ba., about 24, at his own govt., and 
Agnes Bucke, s. p., w., about 30, 
relict of Thomas Bucke, late s. p., 
husb., dec. about 6 j'ears since. At 
same. Sept. 19, 1621. 

Buck, Samuel, of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Ann Archer of S. 
Aiphage, Cant., v., about 15 or 16, 
d. of William Archer, s. p., bricklayer, 
who consents. At S. Aiphage. Roger 
Packar of S. M. Bredin's, husb., 
bonds. April 22, 1639. 

Bucken, James, of Dover, g., ba., about 
22, at his own govt., and Mary 
Munroe, s. p., w. of George Munroe, 
late of Edinburgh, dec. At S. 
Aiphage, Cant. Thomas Heringham 
of Dover, cordwainer, bonds. INIarch 
30, 1636. No/e. In S. Aiphage Reg., 
"Jacob Bucken and Anna Muros." 



Buckhurstjjohn, of Ashford, bricklayer, 
widr., about 58, and Amy Middleton 
of S. George's, Cant., maiden, about 
35, d. of Abraham Middleton of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., physician, who 
consents. At Thanington. Aug. 10, 
1622. 

Buckherst, John, of Biddenden, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Margaret Coppyn 
of S. Aiphage, Cant., w., about 34, 
relict of James Coppyn, late s. p., 
innholder, dec. At S. Aiphage. 
Nov. 18, 1624. 

Buckiierst, John, of Wingham, butcher, 
ba., about 25, and Elizabeth Swanne 
of Wickham, w. of Robert Swann, 
late dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Sampson Epps of Wickham, fiarish 
clerk, bonds. July 19, 1630. 

Buckhurst,Josias, "of Biddenden, yeom., 
widr., and Jane Day of Bethersden, 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Bethersden. George Rutting of 
Bethersden, butcher, bonds. April 
23, 1642. 

Buckiierst, Richard, of Stockburv, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Catherine Pilcher, 
s. p., v., about 27, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. July 6, 1629. 

Buckherst, Richard, and Dorothy 
Morris, both of Brabourne. Aug. 15, 
1643. From the Reg. of S. Peter's, 
Cant. 

Buckherst, Stephen, of S. Martin's, 
Cant., yeom., widr., about 30, and 
Alice Glover of S. George's, Cant., 
maiden, about 23, d. of John Glover 
of Brenzett, yeom., who consents. 
At S. George's. Feb. 26, 1619. 

Buckherst, Thomas, of Goudhurst, 
widr., about 70, and Mary Humphrey, 
s. p., w., about 67, relict of William 
Humphrey, late of Cranbrook, dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 16,1626. 

Buckherst, Thomas, of Frittenden, g., 
widr., and Mary Brissenden, s.p., v., 
about 25, d. of Nicholas Brissenden, 
s. p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Jan. 16, 1632. 

Buckland, James, of Bapchild, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Hilles 
of Smarden, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. John Hills of Molash, yeom., 
bonds. Oct. 6, 1635. 

Buckland, John, of Staplehurst, clothier, 
ba., about 30, whose parents are dead. 



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and Sarah Gull of L3'nton, v., about 

26, d. of Susan Gull, s. p., w., who 
consents. At Lynton. Allegation 
made b_y Thomas Richardson, Notary 
Public, and Edward Ware of Staple- 
hurst, clothier. Feb. 17, 1639. 

Buckland, Thomas, of Goudhurst, 
clothier, ba., whose father, James 
Buckland, consents, and Mary What- 
low of Tenterden, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Tenterden or 
Cranbrook. John Garrett of Goud- 
hurst, carrier, and Matthew Berry, 
s. p., woolcomber, bonds. Feb. 22, 
1638. 

Buckland, William, of Norton, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Inepen 
[Syntpen in Eastchurch Transcript] 
of Eastchurch v., about 30, at herown 
govt. At Eastchurch. John Pancase 
of Rodmersham, tailor, bonds. Oct. 

27, 1635. 

Buckman, Stephen, of Graveney, husb., 
ba., 19 and upwards, son of Stephen 
Buckman of Higham in Rochester 
diocese, carpenter, who consents, 
and Mary Rase of Graveney, v., 
about 24, whose parents are dead, 
as is testified by her brother John 
Rase, s. p., husb. At S. M. Magda- 
lene, Cant. John Tallis of S. M. 
Magd., cook, bonds. Dec. 5, 1632. 

Buckman, Stephen, of Graveney, husb., 
widr., and Ann Greenstreet, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Mary Barrett, alias 
Greenstreet, wife of Thomas Barret, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Matthew Raucon, s. p., husb. At 
same. John Race of Hernhill, husb., 
bonds. Oct. 1, 1638. 

Buckston, Ralph, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 38, and Joan Rolli- 
son, s. p., w., about 34, relict of 
Peter Rollison. late s. p., dec. At 
same. Nov. 30, 1625. 

Budds, Robert, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
miller, ba., about 24, whose father 
consents, and Elizabeth Longley, s. 
p., w. of Richard I^ongley. late s. p., 
dec. At same Dec. 24, 1633. 

Budle, Richard, of Chartham, husb., 
ba., about 38, and Agnes Stuppell, 
s. p., v., about 30. At All Saints', 
Cant. Thomas Bond and Thomas 
Mooneof Cant., clothworkers, bonds. 
March 27, 1634. See Bodle. 

Bulger, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 25, and Jane 



Chattrum, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
d. of John Chattrum, s. p., shipcar- 
penter, who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Wood of Cant., distiller. 
At S. Mary's aforesaid. Nov. 13, 
1625. 

Bulger, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 20, son of Chris- 
topher Bulger, s. p., mariner, and 
Mary Rliller, s. p., maiden, about 21, 
d. of Mary Miller, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by John Bulger of 
Dover, sailor, brother of the said 
Thomas. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
Feb. 18, 1625. 

Bulkley, George, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
stationer, ba., about 30, and Ellen 
Layfeild of S. Dunstan's, Cant., w. of 
Thomas Layfeild, late of the city of 
London, dec. At Thanington. 
William Bycroft of S. Dunstan's, 
Cant., husb., bonds. March 18, 1642. 

Bulkley, Joseph, of Cant., g., and 
Mary Blackboy of Dover, w. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. George Bulkley 
of Cant., bookbinder, bonds. Aug. 
6, 1639. 

Bulkley, William, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
barber, widr., and Sarah Wigmore of 
S. George's, Cant., v., about 36. At 
S. Dunstan's, Cant. Nov. 1, 1634. 

Bull, Henry, of Sandwich, yeom., widr., 
and Ann Gill of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, w. of William Gill, late 
dec. At Woodnesborough. Thomas 
Goad of Cant., haberdasher, bonds. 
Nov. 19, 1632. 

Bull, Henry, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
yeom., widr., and FTizabeth Jerman 
of Holy Cross, Cant., v., about 30, 
d. of widow Jerman, s. p., who con- 
sents. At Holy Cross. Thomas 
Goade of Cant., hatter, bonds. Feb. 
23, 1635. 

Bull, Robert, of Great Chart, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Hester Ellis, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Edward Ellis, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
James Sharpe, s. p., yeom. At 
same. John Sharpe of Cant., inn- 
holder, yeom. Sept. 5, 1633. 

Bull, Robert, of Bethersden, freemason, 
ba., about 30, whose father, Richard 
Bull, s. p., yeom., consents, and 
Joyce Chittenden of Pluckley, v., 
about 20, d. of Richard Chittenden, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 21, 1638. 



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Bui lie, Isaac, of Deal, seaman, ba., about 
21, son of Walter Bullie, s. p., 
brewer, and Mary Partridge, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of [blank] Partridge, 
alias Cosbie, wife of Cosbie of Sand- 
wich, cooper, who consents. At 
Deal. Allegation made and signed 
by Rd. Birkhened of Cant., Notary 
Public, and Walter Rullye, father of 
the said Isaac, [for whose absence 
no reason is given.] Jan. 29, 1639. 

Bulley, Walter, of Deal, baker, ba., 23 
and upwards, whose father, Walter 
Bulley, consents, and I\Iargar(,'t 
Junever of Great Mongeham, w. of 
Thomas Junever, late s. p., dec. At 
Northbourne or Ripple. May2, 1645. 

Bullocke, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 28, and Sarah 
Fenner, late of Egerton, and now of 
S. Andrew's, Cant., maiden, about 
24, d. of Edward Fenner of Egerton, 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 
by William Bullocke of S. Andrew's, 
cordwainer, brother of the said John. 
At S. Andrew's. April 27, 1625. 

Bullock, Richard, of Sibberteswold 
[Shepherdswell], warrener, ba., about 
30, and Mary Johnson, s. p., maiden, 
about 20, d. of Edmund Johnson of 
Bishopsbourne, yeom., who consents, 
as is deposed by Thomas Kennett of 
Cant., barber chirurgeon. At All 
Saints', Cant. July 5, 1625. 

Bullocke, Robert, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 27, and Elizabeth 
Piper, s. p., w. of Robert Piper, late 
dec. At Hackington. Nov. 12, 1628. 

Bullock, Robert, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
tailor, widr., and Elizabeth Iggleston 
" of the late Archbishop's Palace," 
Cant., v., about 26. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. Ralph Eftell of the Precincts 
of Ch. Ch., Cant., bonds. July 10, 
1646. 

Bullock, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 26, and Agnes 
Fenner of Egerton, v., about 27, d. 
of Edmund Fenner, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At "Chilham aforesaid." 
May 3, 1624. 

Bunco, Henry of Eastling, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Jane Andrew, s. p., v., 
about 23, d. of Henry Andrew, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. July 7, 1628. 

Bunce, James, of Eastling, yeom., widr., 
about 60, and AnnEUett of Lenham, 



w., about 48, relict of Nicholas Ellett, 
s. p., yeom., dec. about 2 years and 
a half since. At Eastling. July 20, 
1622. 

Bunce, James, of Wychling, husb., ba., 
about 25, whose parents are dead, 
and Margaret Swaine of Newnham, 
v., d. of Anthony Swaine of Selling. 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Colgate of Newnham, yeom. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. William Seager 
of Minster in Sheppy, bonds. June 
5, 1638. 

Bunce, John, of Eastling, yeom., ba., 
about 29, and Patience Elliot, s. p., 
v., about 18, d. of Nicholas Elliott 
dec, and of Ann Elliott, w., with 
whom she liveth, who consents, as 
is testified by her brother, John 
Elliot, s. p., yeom. At All Saints', 
Cant. Sept. 29, 1631. 

Bunce, John, of Chislet, husb., widr., 
and Dorothy Hewet, s. p., w. of 
Richard Hewet, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. John Horton, 
yeom., and Richard Hewett, husb., 
both of Chislet, bonds. March 31, 
1632. 

Bunce, Matthew, of Preston n. Faver- 
sham, yeom., ba., about 33, and Ann 
Kingsland, s. p., v., about 32, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Jan. 17, 1632. 

Buncher, Rlr. William, clerk, parson of 
Tiffield in com. Northhampton, ba., 
about 25, and Sarah Ashton of 
Langley in Kent, v.. about 24, d. of 
Robert Ashton of Ramsey in Hun- 
tingdonshire, who consents. At 
Langley. Allegation made and signed 
by Paul Ashton of Panics Perry 
[Paulerspurv] in com. Northampton, 
g. Oct. 16,'l632. 

Bunckar, George, of Godmersham, 
husb., widr., about 60, and Joan 
Pysing, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. 
of John Pysing, late dec, "and also 
the d. of Mary Pysing of Elham, 
her mother." who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. May 1, 1620. 

Bunckle, William, of Woodchurch, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Ann 
Prestone, s. p., maiden, about 18, d. 
of Jasper Prestone, s. p., who con- 
sents. At same. June 26, 1620. 

Bunckley, William, the younger, of 
Woodchurch, husb., ba., about 19, 
whose father, William Bunkly the 



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elder, consents, and Judith Allen, s. p., 
v., 21 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead. At Thanington. Nov. 
20, 1639. 

Bungay, John, of Cant., g., widr., and 
IMary 'Phillipps, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Phillipps, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. May 31, 1628. 

Bunting, James, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 25, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Evans, s p., v., about 
24, d. of William Evans, s. p., gun- 
smith, who also consents, as is 
testified by Ann Turnly, s. p. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 14, 
1641. 

Bunting, Richard, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., and Frances Evers, 
s. p., w. of Robert Euers, dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Christopher Stagg 
of " Rcdrilfe in Sussex," mariner, 
bonds. March 11, 1632. 

Burbidge, William, of Queenborough, 
seaman, ba., about 22 or 23, whose 
parents are dead, and Elizabeth 
Maxted of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
v., about 22, d. of Laurence Maxted, 
s. p., husb., who consents. At S. 
M. Northgate, Cant. June 18, 1644. 

Burch, William, of Lyminge, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Frances Rolfe, s. p., v., about 24, d. 
of Nicholas Rolfe, dec, and now at 
her own govt. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 1, 1629. 

Burclner, George, of Ulcombe, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 24, and Ann Rofc 
of Biddenden, v., about 22, who, 
her father being dead, is now under 
the govt, of her father-in-law, Rich- 
ard Blush, s. p., who consents. At 
Biddenden. Oct. 14, 1625. 

Burchet, W^illiam, of Goudhurst, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Mary Shoobridge 
of Biddenden, v., about 21, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Robert Shoobridge of Goud- 
hurst, and Thomas Shoobridge of 
Biddenden, broadweavers, bonds. 
May 25, 1629. 

BurcJiley, John, of Tenterden, Jurat, 
and Joan Preston, s. p., spr. At 
Halden. April 8, 1619. 

Burden, Harbert, of Frittenden, butcher, 
ba., about 30, and Ann Bayly, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Christopher 
Bayly, s. p., who consents, as is tes- 



tified by Martin Burden of Cranbrook, 
broadweaver. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Roger Frend of S. Martin's, Cant., 
innholder, bonds. June 7, 1630. 

Burden, Henry, of Petham, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Catherine Boorne, s. 
p., maiden, about 28, d. of [blank] 
Boorne of Bishopsbourne, yeom., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Jan. 26, 1619, 

Burdon, Henry, of Norton, g., ba., 
about 28, and Lucy Henman of 
Lynstead, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Ralph Plenman of Murston, yeom., 
dec. about 18 (?) years since, and 
now dwelling with Stephen Osborne 
of Lynstead, g., who consents, as is 
testified by William Heydon, uncle 
of the said Lucy. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. July 9, 1621. 

Burden, Thomas, "of Biddenden, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose father, John 
Burden, consents, and Sarah Munne 
of Hothfield, v., of the like age, d. 
of Walter Munne, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Julv 22, 1644. 

Burfoote, Alexander, of Sutton Valence, 
husb., ba., about 30, whose father, 
Alexander Burfoote, s. p., husb., 
consents, and Jane Duke, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of Thomas Duke, late 
s, p., dec, who in his lifetime was 
consenting hereunto, and in regard 
of the intention of marriage made 
the said Alexander executor of his 
last will and testament. At same. 
May 22, 1638. 

Burfoote, Stephen, of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, husb., ba., about 28, whose 
father, Alexander Burfoote, consents, 
and Margaret Fullager of Headcorn, 
v., about 18, whose parents being 
dead, she is now at the govt, of 
Christopher Fullager, s. p., yeom., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Richard Rade of Charing, butcher. 
At S. INIargaret's, Cant. Zacharias 
Hutchen of Charing, tailor, bonds. 
Oct. 13, 1640. 

Burfoord, Thomas, of Sutton Valence, 
yeom., widr., about 44, and Sarah 
Stenninges of Thurnham, w., about 
39, relict of Jeremy Stenninges, late 
of Cant., yeom., dec. At Thurnham. 
May 18, 1620. 

Burford, Thomas, of Sutton Valence, 
yeom., widr., and Joan Knocke of 



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Pluckley, w. of Robert Knocke, late 
s. p., dec. At Pluckley. July 30, 
1629. 

Burford (Barfibrd, Burfoote), William, 
of Staplehurst, hiisb., widr., and 
]\Iary Martin, s. p., w. At Cranbrook. 
Elias Tonge of Charing, shovel- 
maker, bonds. June 26, 1638. 

Burgeman, John, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, shipwright, widr., and Ann 
Rye of S. James's in Dover, v., about 
30, whose parents are dead. At S. 
James's in D. Thomas Charell of 
Dover, cutler, bonds. Oct. 2, 1638. 

Burges, Francis, of Hothfield, husb., 
ba., about 21, whose parents are 
dead, and Grace Whiteworth [White- 
wood in the margin], s. p., maiden, 
about 26, whose parents also are 
dead. At Hothfield. Sept. 2, 1620. 

Burges, Joel, of Tenterden, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Margaret Austen of 
Rolvenden, maiden, about 17, d. of 
John Austen, late s. p., yeom., dec, 
and now in the govt, of Alice Austen, 
s.p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 10, 1621. 

Burges, Joel, of Tenterden, g., widr., 
and Mrs. Joan Wightwickc, s. p., w. 
of Humphry Wightwick, late s. p., 
g., dec. At Rolvenden or Stone in 
b.xney. July 1, 1645. 

Burges, John, of Lenham, husb., ba , 
abont 24, and Mary Hodges, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Arthur Hodges, 
late of Charing, dec, and now under 
the govt, of Thomasine Hodges, her 
mother, who consents. "In the 
church of St. George the Apostle in 
the cittie of Cant." June 7, 1624. 

Burges, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
blacksmith, ba., about 27, and Vahan 
Wilkins, s. p., maiden, about 23, d. 
of one Wilkins of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., husb., who consents. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. Sept. 11, 1624. 

Burges, John, of Milstead, yeom., widr., 
and Bridget Dawby of Bapchild,\v. 
of Thomas Dawby, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. William 
CatJet of Doddington, and Henry 
Bateman of Godmersham, yeomen, 
bonds. Feb. 4, 1635. 

Burges, John, of Lenham, husb., ba., 
about 32, and Sarah Williamson, s. 
p., v., of the like age, d. of George 
Williamson, who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Asby [Ashby] 



of Stockbury, bricklayer. At All Saints', 
Cant. Feb. 11, 1635. 

Burges, Robert, of Sheldwich, butcher, 
ba., about 26, and Catherine Adams 
of Great Chart, v., about 20, d. of 
John Adams, s. p., butcher, who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
Wood of Holy Cross, Cant., distiller. 
At G. Chart. Oct. 25, 1630. 

Burges, Samuel, of Biddenden, clothier, 
ba., about 31, and Catherine Andrews 
of Brook, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Thomas Andrewes, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. At S. Alphage, Cant. July 
22, 1622. 

Burges, Thomas, of Molash, husb., ba., 
whose mother, Jane Burges, consents, 
and Jane Meere, s. p., v., about 25, 
d. of William Meere, s. p., husb., 
who also consents. At same. William 
Meere of Chilham, husb., bonds. 
July 31, 1641. 

Burkum, William, of Hawkhurst, tailor, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Joice Quaife, s. p., v., about 26, d. 
of [blank] Mercer, alias Quaife, 
now wife of George Mercer, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Daniell, of Cranbrook, 
painter. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 28, 1633. 

Burnham, Tobias, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, shipcarpenter, ba., about 23, 
at his own govt., and Frances, 
Cooper of Borden, v., about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Richard Allen of 
Borden, g., and Daniel Nash, s. p., 
hcmpdresser, bonds. Dec. 22, 1640. 

Burnley, Michael, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
merchant, widr., and Frances Haruey, 
of Hougham, w. of Valentine Haruey, 
late s. p., dec. At Hougham. May 
31, 1632. Note. "Burly" in the 
margin, but signed " by me Michaell 
Burnley." 

Burr, William, of Fairfield, yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Ann Munne of Ivy- 
church, V.,- about 22, d. of Walter 
Munne of iMarden, who consents. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Aug. 28, 1628. 

Burrell, John, of Smecth, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Browne, of S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant., w. of John Browne, 
late s. p., dec. At Tittle Hardres 
or Smeeth. Leonard Browne of 
Cant., Notary Public, bonds. Oct. 
5, 1641. 



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Burrell, Nicholas, of Hernhill, tilemakcr 
ba., 21, and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Am\- Pemblc of Goodncs- 
tonc n. Favcrsham, v., about 22, d. 
of Daniel Pemble, s. p., tailor, who 
consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
William Ewcsden ofBoughtonBlean, 
butcher, bonds. Jan. 3, 1642. 

Burrldge, Jo: [John], of Brookland, 
luisb., widr., about 33, and Luce 
Luson of Willesborough, v., about 
43, whose parents arc dead. At 
Willesborough. April 5, 1634. Note. 
In the Transcript the entr}' gives the 
names as John Burridge and Luce 
Ferris. 

Burridge, Stephen, of Marden, husb., 
ba., about 20, at his own govt., and 
Thomasine Over}-, s. p., maiden, 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 9, 1627. 

Burrish, Richard. — Which day appeared 
personally Catherine Sayre of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, single woman, 
about 35, d. of Roger Sa3Te of North- 
bourne, husb., who consents, and 
allegeth that she intendeth to marry 
with Richard Burrish, late of S. 
Lawrence in Thanet, nialtman, about 
28, who, hy reason of his imprison- 
ment in the Jail of Sandwich, could 
not personally appear, and desireth 
licence for them, the said Catherine 
and Richard, to be married in the 
church of S. Peter in Sandwich. Feb. 

3, 1622. [they were married Feb. 

4, so probably he, like Anthony La)-- 
ton in 1582, came out of prison to 
be married. See Reg. of S. Peter's, 
Cant., p. 78.] 

Burt, Edward, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
carpenter, widr., about 35, and Jane 
Abeere, s. p., maiden, about 19, 
late servant to Mr. Richard Selwyn, 
s. p., g., who consents, and d. of 
Thomas Abeere of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, g., dec. about 12 months 
since, her mother also dec. At 8. 
Alphage, Cant. May 10, 1622. 

Burt, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
butcher, ba., about 26, whose mother 
Agnes Burt, consents, and Bridget 
Harrington of Charlton, w. of Francis 
Barrington, late s. p., dec. At 
Charlton. May 24, 1641. 

Bur'on, Caleb, of Dover, g., ba., about 
23, and Dorothy Dawkes, s. p., w. 
of Richard Dawkes, late s. p., Esquire, 



dec. At Eythorne or S. Peter's in 
Cant. John Stokes of Ewell, g., 
bonds. Nov. 16, 1644. 

Burton, John, of S. INIary's in Dover, 
carpenter, ba., about 22, whose 
mother consents, and Jane Walter, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Walter, s. p., 
dec. At same. Thomas Joanes of 
Dover, husb., bonds. Feb, 12, 1639. 

Burton, John, of Bishopsbourne, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose father, Richard 
Burton, s. p., yeom., consents, and 
Mary Rigden of Little Hardrcs, v., 
about 21, d. of Thomas Rigden, late 
s. p., dec, who is now at her own 
govt. At Little Hardres or Great 
Hardres. July 3, 1644. 

Burton, Richard, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Joy, s. p., 
maiden, about 24, d. of Bartholomew 
Joy, s. p., yeom., who consents. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 12, 1625. 

Burton, Mr. Richard, clerk, parson 
of Dymchurch, ba., about 32, and 
Catherine Knatchbull of Mersham, 
v., about 20, d. of Richard Knatch- 
bull, s. p., g., who consents by letter. 
At Smeeth. Feb. 28, 1625. 

Burton, Richard, the younger, of Bishops- 
bourne, carpenter, ba., about 21, 
whose father, Richard Burton, yeom., 
consents, and Martha Baker, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of Nicholas Baker, s. p., 
who also consents. At .same. May 
31, 1638. 

Burton (Barton), Robert, of Old 
Romney, husb , ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Catherine Baker, s 
p., v., of the like age, d. of Robert 
Baker, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 21, 1629. 

Burton, Robert, of Old Romney, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Evernden, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Evernden, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Richard Oakshott of 
Cant., husb., bonds. May 6, 1639. 

Burton, Thomas, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 43, and Dorothy 
Jemmett of S. Alphage, Cant., 
maiden, about 41, d. of John Jcmmett 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
g., who consents. At S. Alphage. 
Feb. 3, 1620. 

Burton, Thomas, of Woodnesborough, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Elizabeth 
Solley, s. p., w. of William Solley, 
late s. p., yeom., dec. At S. M. 



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Magdalene, Cant. Simon Blaxland of 
Petham, husb., bonds. May 23, 1635. 

Burton, Thomas, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Tayler, 
s. p., v., about 25, d. of Sylvester 
Tayler. s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. March 27, 
1638. &6> Barton. 

Buruill, Richard, and Elizabeth Edrich, 
ofEastry. At same. Dec 3, 1632. 

Burwash, George, of Faversham, but- 
ciier, widr., and Ann Kember, s. p., 
v., about 28, d. of Thomas Kember 
of Harrietsham, who consents, as is 
testified by Samuel Hider of Faver- 
sham, fellmonger. At Faversham or 
Preston n. Faversham. Jan. 9, 1642. 

Burwash, Nicholas, of Biddenden, 
shoemaker, ba., about 30, and Mar- 
gery Crompe of Frittenden, w. of 
James Crompe, late s p., dec. At 
Biddenden or Frittenden. Thomas 
Gorham of Cant., clothier, bonds. 
Nov. 19, 1639. 

Burwash, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, butcher, ba., about 27, and 
Margaret Quinnell, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of John Quinnell, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Michael 
Finch, s. p. At Hackington. Aug. 
17, 1630. 

Busbee, Lsaac, of Boxley, husb., ba., 
about 35, and Dorcas Kitham of 
Maidstone, w., about 38, relict of 
George Kitham, late s. p., husb., 
dec. At HoUingbourne, because 
Thomas Gardner, her father, dwells 
there, and intends to give the wed- 
ding dinner. July 24, 1626. 

Bush, John, of Minster in Sheppy, car- 
penter, widr., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Juice of Davington, v., about 28, 
whose father being dead, she is now 
under the govt, of Dionis Juice, wife 
of John Juice of Boughton Blean, 
weaver, who consents. At Boughton 
B., because there is not any divine 
service read in Davington parish 
church. Oct. 11, 1624.* 

Bushe, John, of Folkestone, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Rebecca Hobday of 
Allington, w. of Roger Hobday, late 
dec. At Brabourne. Stephen Wood 
of Hastingleigh, husb., bonds. June 
12, 1634. 

Bush, John, of Eastchurch, husb., widr., 
and Catherine Chambers, s. p., w. of 
John Chambers, late s. p., dec. At 



S. Andrew's, Cant. John Scott of East- 
church, husb., bonds. Jan. 27, 1634, 

Bush, John, of Eastchurch, yeom, 
widr., and Gillian Argarof Ulcombe, 
w. of James Argar, late dec. At 
Milstead. F^dward Worley of Cant., 
blacksmith, bonds. Oct. 27, 1635. 

Bush, John, of Eastchurch, yeom., widr., 
and Joan Epps of Minster in Shepp)-, 
w. of William F4)ps, late s. p.. dec. 
At S. Dimstan's, Cant. Walter 
Robertes of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
innholder, bonds. July 23, 1646. 

Bush, Michael, of S. George's, Cant., 
butcher, widr., and Rebecca Fussell 
of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., w. of 
William Fussell, "late of Wall's," 
dec. At S. M. Bredin's. Cant. 
Richard Wollington of S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant., glover, bonds. Tan. 
27, 1643. 

Bush, Thomas, of Shcldwich, brick- 
maker, ba., about 25, and Ann 
Terrye, s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of 
Thomas Terrye of Molash, husb., 
dec. about 2 years since, and now 
in the govt, of her mother, Martha 
Terrey, who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Nov. 22, 1621. 

Bush, Thomas, of IMinster, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose mother, Ann Bush, 
alias Mace, consents, and Ann Tayler 
of Woodnesborough, spr., about 22, 
d. ot Sylvester Tayler, s. p., husb., 
who also consents, as is affirmed by 
William Mace of Ash, weaver, father- 
in-law of the said Thomas Bush. At 
S. Martin's, Cant. Thomas Mace of 
S. Martin's, Cant., weaver, bonds. 
Feb. 11, 1641. 

Bushel!, Daniel, of Willesborough, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Margery 
Goatam of Burmarsh, maiden, about 
24, d. of John Goatam, late s. j)., 
husb., dec. about 3 months since, 
and now at her own govt. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. F'eb. 24, 1622. 

Bushell, Richard, and Ellen Goldsmith, 
of Willesborough. At same. Feb. 
20, 1627. 

Bushell, Richard, of Great Mongeham, 
husb., ba., about 30, and RIary Cooke 
of S. Peter's in Thanet, v., about 26, 
d. of William Cooke, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Sylvester Verrier of Great Monge- 
ham, yeom. At S. I\I. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 7, 1630. 



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168 



Busher, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
g., about 25, and Mary Knight of 
VVoodncsborough, v., about 21, d. of 
Edward Knight, s. p., g., who con- 
sents by letter. At Woodnesborough. 
Fabricius Diggs of S. John's, g., 
bonds. Oct. 7, 1628. 

Busher, Leonard, of Tenterden, ba., 
about 29, and Sarah Hart of Witter- 
sham in the Isle of Sheppy [Oxney 
is meant], maiden, about 23, d. of 
George Hart, s. p., miller, who con- 
sents, and now the servant of [blank] 
Vyant, s. p., g., who also consents. 
At Wittersham. May 4, 1619. 

Busher, Thomas, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
mercer, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Christian Hooker of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., maiden, about 21, 
d. of John Hooker "of Bickton in 
the county of Southampton," yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Hooker of the dissolved Monastery 
of S. Augustine, Cant., g., brother 
of the said Christian. Ann Busher, 
mother of the said Thomas, also 
consents. At Littlebourne. Oct. 7, 
1626. 

Bushie, Philip [Bouge in the margin, 
and signed Bouge], of S. Alphage, 
Cant., tailor, ba., about 30, and Jane 
Minno of Holy Cross, Cant., v., 
about 30, at her own govt. At H. 
Cross, Cant. David Steelinge of H. 
Cross, Cant., barber, and Peter Lyly 
of S. Peter's, Cant., silkweaver, bonds. 
June, 30, 1641. 

Busse, Richard, of Goudhurst,husb., ba., 
about 25, and Ellen Browne, s. p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Frittenden. Jan. 15, 1633. 

Busse, William, and Frances Lightfoote, 
of S. INI. Northgate, Cant. At same. 
May 24, 1625. 

Butcher, Francis, of Adisham, g., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Catherine Clarke of Bekesbourne, 
v., about 21, whose parents are dead. 
At Ickham or Adisham. William 
Culling of Cant., g., bonds. Nov. 
3, 1640. 

Butcher, John, the younger, of Adisham, 
o-., ba., about 24, son of John But- 
cher, s. p., g., who consents, and 
Catherine Webb of Egerton, v., 
about 21, who, her parents being 
dead, is now under the govt, of 
James Haccomplaint, g., who con- 



sents by letter. At Bekesbourne. Feb. 

21, 1630. 
Butcher, John, of Smarden, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose mother consents, 
and "Ann or Agnes" Chittenden of 
Tenterden, v., about 21, d. of Mary 
Chittenden, otherwise Juhurst, the 
now wife of John Juhurst of Smar- 
den, who also consents, as is testified 
by Richard Sead of Tenterden. 
linenweaver. At Smarden or Ten- 
terden. Thomas Butcher of Smar- 
den, linenweaver, bonds. Oct. 21, 
1641. 

Butcher, Joseph, of Ulcombe, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 33, and Ann 
Kennett of Headcorn, v., about 23, 
d. of Christopher Kennett, s. p., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Sept. 7, 1624. 

Butcher, Matthew, of Dover, " musi- 
coner" [musicianer], ba., about 26, 
and Margaret Woodden, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Henry Woodden the 
elder, s. p., " musiconer," who con- 
sents, as is testified by hisson, Henry 
"Woodden the younger. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Sampson Wright of 
Cant., " musiconer," bonds. Jan. 
10, 1639. 

Butcher, Ninien, clothier, and Frances 
Stace of Maidstone, w. At Otham. 
Jervace Maplisden of Maidstone, g., 
bonds. June 1, 1632. 

Butcher, Richard, of Bilsington, husb., 
widr., and Emlen Tarrant of Mer- 
sham, v., about 21, d. of Morris 
Tarrant, s. p., metalman, who con- 
sents. AtShadoxhurst or Kingsnorth. 
Robert Pell of Petham, butcher, 
bonds. May 12, 1642. 

Butcher, Richard, of Tenterden, ba., 
about 23 or 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Katherine Whiteing of 
Mersham, v., about 21, d. of Mar- 
garet Whiteing, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At Stone in Oxney. 
Nicholas Eason of Smallhythe, husb., 
bonds. Oct. 14, 1643. 

Butcher, Robert, of Patrixbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father, William 
Butcher, consents, and Joan Baker 
of Charlton, v., about 23, d. of 
Nicholas Baker, who also consents. 
At Patrixbourne. Henry Collet sen., 
of Cant., cutler, bonds. Feb. 6, 
1638. 



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17(3 



Butcher, Stephen, of Bethersden, cloth- 
worker, ba., about 27, whose father, 
Warham Butcher, consents, and 
Mar)' Norington, s. p., v., 23 and 
upwards, d. of John Norringlon, s. 
p., who also consents. At same. 
May 15, 1640. 

Butcher, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
butcher, ba., about 20, son of Edward 
Butcher, late of Wappenham, North- 
hamptonshire, dec, and Elizabeth 
Joanes of S. Mary's in Dover, w., 
about 39, relict of Thomas Joanes, 
late s. p., husb., dec. At S. Mary's. 
Feb. 11, 1624. 

Butch in, Thomas, of Faversham, cord- 
waincr, ba., about 32, and Mary 
Riggleford of Preston n. Faversham, 
v., about 22, d. of John Riggleford 
of Throwley, husb., who consents. 
At Preston n. F. Oct. 1, 1645. 

Butler, Edward, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Margaret Stone- 
streete, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Thomas Stonestreete, s. p., husb., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Banckes, s. p., flaxdresser. 
At same. Thomas Hayster, s. p., 
flaxdresser, bonds. Jan. 16, 1639. 

Butler, Henry, of Faversham, sailor, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Abigail Virgo, s. p., w. of William 
Virgo, s. p., sailor, dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Thomas Virgo of 
Faversham, hempdresser, bonds. 
July 1, 1628. 

Butler (Boteler), Henry, of Eastry, g., 
ba., about 23, [or 29], at his own 
govt., and Posthuma Rutton of 
Sandwich, v., about 19, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under 
the govt, of one Mr. Lee, s. p., who 
consents, of the truth whereof 
William Haslewall of Cant., yeom., 
made faith. At Woodnesborough. 
Nov. 10, 1629. 

Butler, John, of Charing, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Mary 
Awsten, s. p., v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 10, 1630. 

Butler, John, of Harrietsham, and Ann 
Maynard of Lenham. At Lenham. 
Nov. 30, 1635. 

Butler, John, of S. Thomas the Apostle, 
Harty, yeom., widr., and Bennet 
Beale of Faversham, w. of Edward 
Beale, late s. p., dec. At S. Thomas 
aforesaid. Dec. 5, 1637. 



Butler, Philip, of Hartlip, miller, widr., 
and Elizabeth Lewen of Borden, v., 
about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Thomas 
Powell of Upchurch, butcher, bonds. 
Jan. 27, 1639. 

Butfer, Samuel, of Stepney in Middlesex, 
mariner, ba , about 29, and Elizabeth 
Bulger of Dover, maiden, about 26, 
" at her own govt.," d. of Christopher 
Bulger, s. p., mariner, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Henry 
Sprackling of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
g., bonds, Aug. 7, 1621. 

Butler, Thomas, of Halstow, sailor, 
widr., about 29, and Mary Ballmer 
of Newington n. Sittingbourne, v., 
about 34. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 20, 1628. 

Butt, Thomas, of Sandwich, husb., widr., 
and Susan Jenkins, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Jenkins, late of Whitstable, 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 
5, 1637. 

Buttery, Robert, of Preston n. Wingham. 
husb., ba., about 25, and Dorothy 
Trice of Wickhambreux, w., about 
40, relict of Matthew Trice, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. May 
25, 1625. 

Buttery, Robert, of Ickham, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Rose of S. Peter's 
in Thanet, v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Peter's in 
T., S. Nicholas Atwade or Sturry. 
Sept. 11, 1645. 

Buttry, Thomas, of Wingham, yeom., 
and Mercy Dane, s. p., v. At same. 
Feb. 18, 1622. 

Buttery, William, of Wingham, husb., 
ba., about 32, and Margaret Trice of 
Wickhambreux. v., about 25, d. of 
Matthew Trice, dec, and of Dorothy 
Trice, alias Butterie, yet living, who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Robert Buttrey of Wickham- 
breux, maltman, bonds. Oct. 16, 
1633. See Buttris. 

Button, Francis, of Dymchurch, butcher, 
widr., about 24, and Martha Staddall, 
s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of Gabriel 
Stiddall, late of Sutton Valence, dec. 
and now abiding with George Tur- 
ner of Dymchurch, yeom. ; he alleges 
also that he hath the express consent 
of Avis Stiddall, alias Gardner, of 
Ulcombe, her mother. At Ulcombe. 
Feb. 9, 1619. 



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Button, Thomas, of Reculver, maltster, 
ba., about 12, and Marth lAickett, s. 
p., v., about 40. At All Saints', 
Cant. June 23, 1638. 

Buttris (Butterys), Christopher, of Ham, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Sarah 
Butterye of Preston n. Wingham, 
maiden, about 27, d. of Christopher 
Butterye of Ickham, yeom., dec. 
about io years since. AtS. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 6, 1620. 

Buttris, Francis, of Cant., currier, ba., 
about 25, and Mary Warren of S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant., v., about 23 
or 24, d. of William Warren, s. p., 
who consents. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. April 30. 1640. 

Buttrice, James, of Beauxfield, alias 
Whitfield, yeom., widr., about 52, 
and Elizabeth Soames of Charlton, 
maiden {sic), about 45, relict of 
Richard Soames, late s. p., dec. At 
Charlton. July 6, 1626. 

Butterys, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 35, and Joan 
Osborne of S. Peter's, Cant., w., 
about 35, late wife of John Osborne, 
s.p., dec. At S.Peter's. July 2,1619. 

Buttris, William, of Barham, yeom., ba., 
about 19, with the consent of his 
guardian, Thomas Laurance, s. p., 
and Elizabeth Laurance, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of the said Thomas 
Laurance, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Richard Laurance, s. p. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Vincent Laur- 
ance of Barham, maltster, bonds. 
Oct. 20, 1634. 

Buttreis, William, of Wingham, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Shonke of S. Peter's 
in Thanet, w. of [blank] Shonke, 
late s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Dec. 11, 1645. .S"^^ Buttery. 

Buxson, Abraham, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, mariner, widr., and Hester 
Withers of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
v., about 19, d. of Jacob Withers, 
s. p., sailmaker, who consents, as is 
testified by Silvester Gold of Sand- 
wich, woolcomber. At S. RL Mag- 
dalene, Cant. March 26, 1638. 
A^oie. Abraham " Buxson " signed 
his name "Abrahan Boahset." — 
" Hester Wickers " in S. M. M. Reg. 

Buxton, John, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
husb., widr., and Elizabeth Throwley, 
s. p., w. of John Throwley, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 



John Moyse of Sandwich, millwright, 
bonds. April 18, 1637. 

Byam, Henry, of Smarden, clothier, ba., 
22 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Joan Swift, s. p., v., of the like 
age, d. of Frances Swift, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Turner of Egerton, clothier. At 
EgertonorHeadcorn. June22, 1641. 

Cacke, William, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
sailor, ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Grant, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 23, 1629. 

Cacott, the Worshipfid Francis, clerk, 
B.D., vicar of Boughton Mon- 
chelsea, widr., and Bridget Course 
of Maidstone, w. of Henry Course, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Thomas Grange of 
RIaidstone, Anniger, bonds. July 
29, 1628. 

Caicot, Francis. — John Carter, of Willes- 
* borough, g., alleges that Mr. Francis 
Caicot, clerk, vicar of Boughton 
Monchelsey, intends to marry Cath- 
erine Carter of Willesborough, w. of 
Matthew Carter, late s. p., dec, but 
the said Mr. Caicot, by reason of 
some extraordinary buisness, cannot 
come in person to crave licence. At 
Willesborough. William Hamon of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., g., 
and Thomas Wilkes, s. p., yeom., 
bonds. April 10, 1638. 

Cacott, Giles, of Staplehurst. broad- 
weaver, widr., and Agnes INIarden, s. 
p., w. of William Marden, late s. p., 
dec. At Boughton Monchelsea. 
Robert Daynes of Pembury, husb., 
bonds. July 30, 1630. 

Cacott, William, af Staplehurst, broad- 
weaver, widr., and Margaret Bassocke 
of Lynton, v., about 34, whose 
parents are dead. At Lynton. Michael 
Honny of Staplehurst, broadweaver, 
bonds. May 7, 1640. 

Cade, Richard, of Halden, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Margaret Balden of 
HoUingbourne, v., about 25, whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
Stephen Packnam, of Tenterden, 
clothier. At HoUingbourne. Dec. 
9, 1634. 

Cade, Richard, of Bethersden, husb., 
widr., and Dorothy Stonestreete, s. 
p., w. of Henry Stonestreete, late s. 
p., dec. At same. Samuel Chitten- 



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den of Smarden, husb., and Daniel 
Chittenden, of Cant., clothier, bonds. 
Dec. 23, 1640. 

Cad man, Michael, of Willesborough, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Oliver, s. p., about 16, d. of Thomas 
Oliver, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 13, 
1637. 

Cad man, William, of Faversham, linen 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Ann 
Leeze, maiden, about 25, d. of David 
Leeze of Murston, husb., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Susan Atkins 
of Faversham, v. At S. M. "Bred- 
wine," Cant. June 8, 1629. 

Cadwell (Kadwell), George, of Rolven- 
den, yeom., ba., about 19, with the 
consent of his uncle, John Cadwell, 
s. p., his parents being dead, and 
Agnes Fidge of VVittersham, v., 
about 18, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Thomas Meers of 
Rolvenden, kerseymaker. At Rol- 
venden. Oliver Fidge of VVitters- 
ham, husb., bonds. April 22, 1636. 
See Cod well, Kadwell. 

Caesar, Hugh, of Strood in Kent, chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 20, whose father, 
Martin Cassar, consents, and Mar- 
garet Spencer of Boughton Blcan, 
v., about 17, d. of Robert Spencer, 
s. p., fellmonger, who also consents. 
AtB.Blean. Israel Spencer of Cant., 
yeom., bonds. Dec. 1, 1630. 

Caffinch, Samuel, of Yalding, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Mary Fryland of 
Cranbrook, v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At Cranbrook. 
Nathan Fryland of Cranbrook, yeom., 
and Francis Winton of Cant., wool- 
comber, bonds. June 22, 1637. 

Caffinch, Thomas, of Frittenden, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Alice Leedes, s. 
p., maiden, about 24, d. of John 
Leedes, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Sept. 28, 1619. 

Caldam, George, of Borden, yeom., 
widr., and Margaret Chaplen, s. p., 
w. At S. Andrew's, Cant. George 
Prestlen of Borden, translator, and 
Thomas Birch of Sittingbourne, 
hacknevman, bonds. March 28, 
1639. 

Gaidar, Thomas, of Sellenge, husb., 
widr., and Ursula Spice, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of James Spice, s. p., 
who consents. At same. Feb. 15,1643. 



Caley, Thomas, of Sellinge, husb., ba., 
about 36, and Margaret Wylds, s. p., 
v., about 30, at her own govt. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. John Wildes of 
" Selling," fellmonger, bonds. Nov. 
13, 1638. 

Calie, Vincent, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
weaver, widr., and Jane Quaylc, s. 
p., v., about 28. At same. Aug. 
24, 1637. 

Callant, John, of Maidstone, thread- 
maker, ba., about 24, whose mother 
consents, and Elizabeth Bickman, s. 
p., v., of the like age, whose mother 
also consents. At same. March 8, 
1632. 

Callice, John, of Northbourne, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Joan Fagge of 
Sholden, v., about 2.5, d. of George 
Fagge of West Langdon, carpenter, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Tucker, s. p., collarmaker. 
At S. M. ]\Iagdalene, Cant. July 1, 
1633. 

Calvart, Robert, and Amy Willes, of S. 
IMary's in Dover. At same. Feb. 
20, 1638. 

Cam ber,Thomas, of Maidstone, woollen- 
draper, ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Knight, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Gabriel Knight, s. p., threadtwister, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Edmund Knight, s. p., brother of 
Elizabeth. At All Saints', Cant. 
June, 16, 1634. 

Camper, Gregory, of Ickham, husb., ba., 
19 and upwards, who, his parents 
being dead, is now under the custody 
of Thomas Smith, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, and Alice Homan, s. p., 
spr., about 25, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
July 16, 1632. 

Cannaway, William, of S. Thomas in 
Harty, yeom., widr., and Mar}' 
Kember, s. p., w. of Thomas Kember, 
late of Queenborough, dec. At S. 
Thomas aforesaid. Walter Roberts 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., yeom., bonds. 
Feb. 8, 1633. 

Cante, Thomas, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
23 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Sarah Foord of Sholden, v., 
about 18, d. of Martha Foord, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by her 
son, Thomas Foord of Deale, sea- 
man. At Sholden. Sept. 30, 1639. 



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176 



Canterdell, John, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
al)out 23, at his own govt., and 
Honor Lucas, s. p., v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. John Sweeting of 
Dover, tailor, and Peter de Lanoy of 
Cant., silkweaver, bonds. Jan. 14, 
1636. 

Cantis, Henry, of Faversham, sawyer, 
widr.., and Ann German of Molash, 
v., about 25, d. of William German, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
John German of Faversham, husb. 
At Molash. July 6, 1635. 

Cantis, Henr}^ of Faversham, sawyer, 
widr., and Mary Oxinden, s. p., v., 
23 and upwards, whose parents are 
dead. At same or at Ospringe. 
Samuel Hider of Faversham, fell- 
monger, bonds. May 31, 1644. 

Cantis, John, of Faversham, maltster, 
ba., about 23, whose parents are 
dead, and Eleanor Druryof Ospringe, 
v., about 21, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Henry Cantis of 
Faversham, sawyer. At S.Margaret's, 
Cant. Richard May of Faversham, 
sawyer, bonds. Feb. 20, 1636. 

Capell, Moses, of Bcttishanger, clerk, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Boys, s. p., 
v., 20 and upwards, d. of Edward 
Boys, s. p.. Esquire, who consents. 
At same. Elias Marroys of the city 
of London, merchant, bonds. Oct. 
7, 1629. 

Capett, George, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
tailor, widr., about 26, and Sarah 
Cooke of S. I\L Bredin's, Cant., 
maiden, about 30, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Mildred's. Jan. 2, 1625. 

Cappur, Philip, vicar of Gillingham in 
the diocese of Rochester, widr., and 
Jane Spatchhurst of Borden, w. of 
William Spatchurst, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. William Manser 
of Borden, g., bonds. July 10, 1634. 

Carden (Karden), John, of S. Mary's 
in Dover, yeom., ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Joan Grant, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, d. of John Grant 
of Wootton, carpenter, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Aug. 11, 
1624. 

Carden, Robert, of Minster in Sheppy, 
yeom., widr., and Ann Farley, s. p., 
w. of James Farley, late of Rodmer- 
sham, dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Kinge of Minster in S., tailor, 



and Thomas Startop of Teynham, car- 
penter, bonds. Oct. 15, 1635. 

Garden, Thomas, of Fordwich, husb., 
widr., about 40, and Susan Giggnie 
[Giggen in the margin], s. p., maiden, 
about 34, d. of Walter Giggeni, late 
s. p., yeom., dec. about 4 years since, 
and now in the govt, of Joan Giggin 
her mother, who consents, as is tes- 
tified by John Richardson, s. p., 
carpenter. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
Sept. 27, 1620. 

Carder, Thomas, of S. INIargaret's, 
Cant., yeom., ba., about 39, and 
Elizabeth Wraight of S. George's, 
Cant., v., about 24, d. of Nicholas 
Wraight, s. p., innholder, who con- 
sents. At Thanington. Nicholas 
Wraight of S. George's, collarmaker, 
bonds. June 13, 1635. 

Care, Richard, of Ash, yeom., ba., about 
27, and Joan Powt, s. p., w. of James 
Powt, late s. p., dec. At Ash. 
Richard Saffry of Ash, yeom., bonds. 
Aug. 1, 1629. 

Care, Thomas, of Smarden, clothier, ba., 
about 27, and Ann Tonge, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of John Tonge, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At Charing. 
Sept. 9, 1626. 

Carige, William, of the city of London, 
Esquire, ba., 25 and upwards, and 
Margaret Mainwaring of S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant., v., about 21, d. of 
John Mainwaring, late s. p.. Esquire, 
and now under the govt, of her 
mother, Barbara Mainwaring, s. p., 
w., who consents by letter. At 
Nackington. Aug. 23, 1623. 

Carlile, John, of Dover, vintner, ba., 
about 25, and Mary Money, s. p., w. 
of Joseph Money, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. May 29, 
1643. 

Carlton, George, of Cant., shoemaker, 
ba., about 22, whose mother, Eliza- 
beth Carlton, consents, and Elizabeth 
Philpott of Shadoxhurst, v., about 

22, d. of George Philpott of Great 
Chart, husb., who also consents. At 
S. ]\I. Bredin's, Cant. Henry Jour- 
dan of Cant., tailor, bonds. Oct. 

23, 1638. 

Carlton, William, of Ash, yeom., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Agnes 
Pollard, s. p., w. of Laurence Pollard, 
late of Woodnesborough, dec. At 
S. George's, Cant. Sept. 14, 1631. 



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178 



Carnabie, David, of Sturry, weaver, 
widr., and Dennis Cullcn of Westbere, 
w. of John Culien, late s. p., dec. 
At Westbere. William Miiles of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., weaver, bonds. 
Feb. 3. 1643. 

Carpenter, Andrew, of Hartlip, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 29, and Joan Homan, 
s. p., v., about 24, whose parents are 
dead. At Hartlip or Sittingbourne. 
Richard Barrow of Hartlip, yeom., 
bonds. Oct. 2, 1640 

Carpenter, Edward, of Cant., Alderman, 
and Elizabeth Batrherst, s. p., w., 
after banns once asked. Jan. 22, 
1559. [Extracted from the Consistory 
Act Book, 1558-60, by C. E. G. 
Dickinson.] 

Carplnter, Henry, of Coventry, clerk, 
RI.A., ba., about 28, and Lettice 
Turner of Mersham, v., d. of Mrs. 
[blank] Turner, of London, w., who 
is, he [Nich. Sutton] believeth, con- 
senting. At Mersham. William 
Edesforth of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., upholster, bonds. Allega- 
tion, made and signed by Nicholas 
Sutton, of Mersham, yeom. Oct. 15, 
1634. 

Carpinter, Henry, of Cant., yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Susan Briggs, s. p., 
v., 21 and upwards, d. of [blank] 
Briggs of Sandwich, w., who con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Thomas Tuck of Cant., tobacco 
pipe-maker, and Daniel Richardson, 
s. p., innholder, bonds. July H, 
1639. 

Carpenter, Richard, of Minster in 
Sheppy, husb., ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Elizabeth Malkin, s. 
p., v., about 18, d. of Margaret 
Watson, alias Malkin, who consents, 
as is testified by a letter from Mr. 
Thophilus White, curate of Minster 
in S. At same. Henry Gilbert, s. 
p., husb., bonds. Aug. 12, 1639.' 

Carpenter, Thomas, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, husb., ba., about 21, whose 
father, Thomas Carpenter, consents, 
as is testified by John Swinford, s. 
p., miller, and Margaret Brooker, s. 
p., w. of Stephen Brooker, late s. p., 
dec. At All Saints', Cant. William 
Wattes of S. N. Atwade, g., bonds. 
Aug. 24, 1640. 

Carpenter, Thomas, of Great Chart, 
yeom., ba., about 27, and Ann Whit- 



cher, s. p., v., about 22, d. of Joan Whit- 
cher, alias Row, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by William Carpenter, s. 
p., cordwainer. AtS. Mildred's, Cant. 
Sept. 18, 1644. 

Carpenter, William, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., ba., about 25, whose father 
consents, and Elizabeth Loud, s. p., 
w. of Peter Loud, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. Edward Broad- 
street of B. Blean, husb., bonds. 
Nov. 11, 1643. 

Carr, John, of Ash, yeom., ba., about 
24, whose father, William Carr, con- 
sents, and Clare Reynoldes of the 
Hospital of S. Bartholomew n. Sand- 
wich, v., about 21, d. of William 
Reynoldes, s. p., who also consents, 
as is testified by John Reynoldes of 
Sandwich, woollendraper. At Ash. 
Sept. 13, 1631. 

Carr, John, of Kennington, millwright, 
widr., and Susan Upton of Leave- 
land, w. of Daniel Upton, s. p., 
carpenter, dec. At Leavcland. June 
21, 1634. 

Carr, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., tailor, 
ba., about 29, whose father consents, 
and Catherine Giles of Newchurch, 
w. of George Giles, late s. p., dec. 
At H. Cross, Cant. Thomas Carre 
of H. Cross, innholder, and Henry 
Mackney of Newchurch, yeom., 
bonds. March 19, 1641. 

Carre, Nicholas, of Maidstone, and 
Margery Roby, s. p. At same. Dec. 
5, 1639. 

Carr, Mr. Thomas, ]\LA., of New Rom- 
ney, ba., about 28, and Ann Knight, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of Mr. Peter 
Knight, clerk, vicar of N. Romney, 
who consents. At N. Romney or S. 
Mary's in the Marsh. Dec. 9, 1640. 

Carter, Christopher, of Rodmersham, 
yeom., ba., about 58, and Joan Allen 
of Mersham, maiden, about 25, d. 
of William Allen of Swinfield, yeom., 
who consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Aug. 6, 1621. 

Carter, Clyve, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
woollendraper, ba., about 25, and 
Elizabeth 13oys of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, v., about 19, d. of Edward 
Boys of Bonnington in the parish of 
Goodnestone aforesaid, g., who con- 
sents. At Goodnestone aforesaid. 
April 17, 1624. 

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Carter, Henry, of Ringwonld, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Whitton, s. 
p., v., about 22, d. of Margaret 
Lawrence, alias Whitton, s. p., who 
consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. WiUiam Carter of Swingfield, 
husb., bonds. July 11, 1631. 

Carter, Henry, of Folkestone, brick- 
layer, ba., about 21, whose mother, 
Ann Codham, alias Carter, consents, 
and F.lizabeth Elcetter, s. p., v., 23 
or 24, whose parents are dead. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. March 21, 1642. 

Carter, John, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
butcher, ba., 35, and Sarah Williams, 
s. p., maiden, about 26, whose 
mother, Dennis Howard, alias Wil- 
liams, consents. At same. William 
Williams of Sandwich, butcher, 
bonds. Oct. 18, 1625. 

Carter, John, of Borden, yeom., ba., 
about 40, and Jane Sudger, s. p., v., 
about 21, whose mother, Mildred 
Sudger, consents, as is testified by 
Walter Sudger, brother of the said 
maiden. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Feb. 5, 1626. 

Carter, John, of Capel-le-Ferne, tailor, 
ba., about 25, and Susan Johnson 
" of the parish," v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Stephen Carter of Hawkinge, 
husb., and Thomas Galheridge of 
Cant., labourer, bonds. July 21, 
1629. 

Carter, John, of Hernhill, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Rie, s. p., w. of 
John Rie, late s. p., dec. At same. 
"William Clare of Seasalter, yeom., 
and Richard Burrell of Hernhill, 
tilemaker, bonds. April 21, 1632. 

Carter, John, of Ashford, tailor, ba.. 
about 28, and Mary Greene of Hoth- 
field, v., about 22, d. of John Greene, 
s. p., husb., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 25, 1634. 

Carter, John, of Chatham in dio. Roch- 
ester, purser, ba., about 28, and Joan 
White of Dover, v., about 21, d. of 
Roger White, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Ralph Jen- 
kinson of Cant., tapster, bonds. 
Nov. 26, 1639. 

Carter, Reynold, of Leeds, woolcomber, 
widr., and Joan Rally, s. p., v., 22, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
in the govt, of her uncle, Edmund 
Bernard, s. p., who consents. At 



Langley. Robert Carter of Chartham, 
fuller, bonds. April 16. 1631. 

Carter, Robert, of Little Chart, mill- 
man, widr., about 50, and Elizabeth 
Kensham of Tenterden, v., about 35, 
whose mother, [blank] Kensham, 
alias Hunt, w., consents. At Hoth- 
field. Dec. 21,1626. 

Carter, Stephen, of Ash n. Sandwich, 
husb., widr., about 57 [or 59], and 
Mercy Clarke, s. p., w., about 50, 
relict of James Clarke, late dec. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Thomas 
Clark of Great Mongeham, parish 
clerk, bonds. Feb. 3, 1625 

Carter, Stephen, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Mercy Munnes, s. p., 
v., about 27, d. of Sarah Munnes 
s. p., w., who consents. At S. Paul's, 
Cant. John Munnes of Ash, husb., 
bonds. Jan. 14, 1636. 

Carter, Stephen, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Deborah Bax, s. p., v., 
about 17, d. of John Bax, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S.Clement's 
in Sandwich. Andrew Beard of S. 
John's in Thanet, maltster, bonds. 
June 23, 1639. 

Carter, Stephen, of Ash, husb., widr., 
and Mary Hills of Stourmouth, v., 
about 21, d. of John Hills, s. p., 
husb., who consents. At S. RL Mag- 
dalene, Cant. John Carter of Capel 
le Feme, tailor, bonds. June 1, 1641. 

Carter, William, the elder, of Holling- 
bourne, weaver, widr., about 60, and 
Margaret Winderton of Berstead, w., 
about 50, relict of [blank] Winder- 
ton, late of [blank], dec. At Berstead. 
Allegation made and signed by 
William Carter the younger (son of 
the first named) of Berstead, weaver. 
Feb. 5, 1619. 

Carter, William, of Sittingbourne, 
weaver, widr., about 40, and Mary 
Fidge of Hollingbourne, v., 24 and 
upwards, d. of one Fidge of Leeds, 
who consents. At Hollingbourne. 
Aug. 8, 1629. 

Cartro, Thomas [he signed Catrow], of 
S. Peter's in Sandwich, carpenter, 
ba., about 24, and Mary Blower, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of John 
Blower, s. p., who consents, as is 
further manifested by Mr. Harcin 
White, vicar of S. Peter's aforesaid. 
At same. July 22, 1625. Note. 
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Cartwright, George, and Phyllis Joanes, 
of S. George's, Cant. At same. 
Feb. 12, 1628. 

Cartwright, John, of Wingham, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Dennis Church, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Church, late 
s. p., dec. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Alexander Smithson of Wing- 
ham, husb., bonds, Nov. 2.3, 16.i.5. 

Cartwright, Joseph, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, and Mary Stransome of S. 
Andrew's, Cant. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. May 30, 1642. 

Cary, Henry, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 26, whose 
father, Thomas Cary, consents, and 
Ann Hunt, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At same. Oct. 2, 
1641. 

Carey, John, of Maidstone, miller, ba., 
about 24, and Eleanor Moore, s. p , 
v., about 22, d. of John Moore of 
Halstow, who consents, as is testified 
by George Joy of Maidstone, miller. 
At Halstow, Feb. 20, 1631. 

Casey, Henry, of Heme, husb., widr., 
about 36, and Mary Gore of Chislet, 
w., about 45, relict of Peter Gore, 
late s. p., dec. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. July 30, 1627. 

Casey, Henry, of Chislet, yeom., widr., 
and Mary Harrison of Sturry, v., 
about 22, d. of one Harrison, late 
of Woodnesborough, yeom., dec. 
At S. IMargaret's, Cant. July 9, 
1631. &.- Cassey. 

Caslock, John, the younger, of Faver- 
sham, g., ba., about 21, son of John 
Caslock the elder, s. p., who con- 
sents, and Abigail Heyward of Harty 
in Sheppy, v., about 17, d. of Samuel 
Heyward, s. p., g., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Sidrack [he 
.signed " Siriacke "] Henman of 
Faversham, maltster. At Faversham. 
June 17, 1626. 

Caslocl<, John, Mayor of Faversham, 
widr., and Alice Hayward, s. p. v., 
about 22, d. of Samuel Hayward, 
s. p., Jurat, who consents. At 
Luddenham. July 13, 1629. 

Cason, Edward, of Furneaux Pelham, 
Herts., g., ba., 21 and upwards, and 
Mary Blechinden of Woodnes- 
borough, v., about 21, d. of Thomas 
Blechinden, s. p.. Esquire, who con- 
sents. At Woodnesborough. Nov. 
14, 1629. 



Cason, John, of Furneaux Pelham, 
Herts., g., ba., about 23, and Eliza- 
beth Blechinden of Woodnes- 
borough, v., about 19, d. of Thomas 
Blechinden, s. p., Esquire, who 
consents. At Woodnesborough. 
Sept. 10, 1633. 

Cassey, David, of Cant., victualler, ba., 
about 34, and Elizabeth Ward, s. p., 
v., about 23 or 24, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Peter Cornwall of Cant., silkweaver, 
bonds. Feb. 3, 1639. See Casey. 

Castle, John, of Cant., tailor, ba., about 
28, and Mary Henman, s. p., w., 
about 26, relict of John Henman, 
late s. p., grocer, dec. At Sturry. 
July 13, 1626. 

Castle (Castell), John, of Orsett in 
Essex, yeom , widr., and Elizabeth 
Iddenden of Brenzet, v., about 18, 
whose parents are dead, and she at 
the govt, of Christopher Brice, one 
of the Jurats of Romney Marsh, 
who consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Leonard Browne of Cant., Notary 
Public, bonds. Oct. 31, 1644. 

Castle, Thomas, of Bridge, bricklayer, 
ba., about 23, whose father consents, 
and Mary Brenchly of Wye, v., about 
30, without parents living. At 
Thanington. George Hooper of 
Thanington, chirurgeon, bonds. 
May 6, 1636. 

Castle, William, of Bonnington, husb., 
widr., and Joan Garner of Lyminge, 
v., about 32, d. of William Garner, 
s. p., brickmaker, who consents. At 
Lyminge. Thomas Corder of Cant., 
innholder, bonds. July 23, 1638. 

Castleden, Richard, of Hothfield, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Wells, s. p., v., 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Peter Twottle 
of Hothfield, clerk, bonds. Nov. 7, 
1629. 

Casselden, Richard, of Newington in 
Kent, yeom., ba., about 29, and 
I\Lary Harnett, s. p. v., about 30, at 
her own govt. At same. Feb. 15, 
1637. 

Castleden, William, of Staplehurst, 
clothier, widr., and Agnes Judd, s. p., 
v., about 27, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 11, 
1638. 

Cater, Edward, of S. Stephen's, Coleman 
Street, London, merchant, widr., and 



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Bennet Hales of S. Peter's, Cant., 
v., about 20, d. of Mrs. Bennet 
Hales, s. p., w., who consents. At 
S. Mildred's, Cant. Anthony Cater 
of All Saints,' Cant., vintner, bonds. 
April 24, 1643. 
Cater, Thomas, clerk, M.A., curate of 
Graveney, ba., about 29, and P^liza- 
beth Dunkyn of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., v., about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Oct. 8, 1633. Note. 
Crossed out : " vacat " in the margin. 
Cater, Mr. Thomas, of Ospringe, clerk, 
widr., and Mary Oxinden of Good- 
nestone n. Faversham, w. of James 
Oxinden, late s. p., clerk, dec. At 
Goodnestone n. F., or Graveney. 
jacobus Packten, of Cant., tailor, 
bonds. Nov. 12, 1660. 
Cater, William, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Joan Adams, s. 
p., spr., about 20, d. of Ann Adams, 
s. p., w., who consents. At Boughton 
Blean. John Upton of Faversham, 
g., bonds. Oct. 9, 1633. 
Catlit, George, of Sittingbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Whit- 
locke of Tong, maiden, about 23, d. 
of John Whitlocke, late of Lynstead, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
All Saints', Cant. Sept. 23, 1622. 
Catlet, John, of Sittingbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Sarah Hawkins 
of All Saints' Cant., v., about 19, d. 
of Ralph Hawkins, s. p.. Alderman, 
who consents. At Preston n. Faver- 
sham, " by reason that the church 
of Preston standeth conveniently in 
the way between Sittingborne and 
Cant., where he saith he hath 
appointed his gests to meete him." 
April 20, 1623.' 
Catlet, John, of Teynham. husb., widr., 
about 29, and Ann Philpott of Worth, 
maiden, about 24, whose mother, 
Annis Philpot of Ringwould, w., 
consents, as is affirmed by the oath 
of Thomas Philpot, brother of the 
said Ann. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. April 5, 1624. 
Catlett, John, of Challock, carpenter, 
widr., and Elizabeth Webb, s. p., v., 
20, d. of Jane Webb, who consents, 
as is testified by her son, Henry 
Webb. At Thanington. Feb, 6, 
1637. 



Catlett, William, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose father, John 
Catlett of Challock, carpenter, con- 
sents, and Mary Whittleton, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Whittleton, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's Cant. Oct. 22, 1640. 
Catrow, See Cartro. 

Catt, George, of Milstead, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, as 
is testified by George Hasellwood, 
s. p., husb., and Elizabeth Stude, s. 
p., v., 30, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Edmund Bruff of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., glover, 
bonds. April 19, 1637. 

Catt, Richard, of Sittingbourne, cord- 
wainer, about 23, whose mother, 
Mary Catt, consents, and Mary Birk- 
hened, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Gabriel Birkhened, s. p., who also 
consents, as is testified by Samuel 
Birkhened, her brother. At jMurston. 
Feb. 26, 1636. 

Catton, Pklmund, of S. John's in I'hanet, 
collar-maker, ba., 24, and Mary 
Shoorth, s. p., 16 or 17, d. of Edward 
Shoorth, veom., who consents. At 
S. M. Bre'din's, Cant. Oct. 15, 1627. 

Catton, Edmund, of S. John's in Thanet, 
yeom., widr., and Bennet Cocken, 
s. p., v., about 40. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Sept. 22, 1642. 

Caulder, Thomas, of Sellinge, tanner, 
widr., about 24, and Joan Jenkine of 
Lyminge, v., about 24, d. of Thomas 
jenkine, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Sellinge. June 25, 1624. 

Cave!!, John, of Hythe, cordwainer, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Mascall of Wye, v., about 
20, whose father-in-law, William 
Neale of Wye, consents. At Wye. 
April 10, 1637. 

Cavell, Thomas, of Great Hardres, husb., 
ba., about 31, and Mary Attwood, s. 
p., w. of Nicholas Attwood, late dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Michael 
Fisher of G. Hardres, yeom., bonds. 
May 14, 1635. 

Cavell, William, of Sellinge, black- 
smith, ba., about 25, and Jane 
Chittenden, s. p.. maiden, about 21, 
d. of Abel Chittenden, lateof Horton, 
linen weaver, dec. about 3 years 
since, and now in the govt, of her 
mother, [blank] Chittenden, s. p., 
w., who consents. At S. ]\I. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Oct. 28, 1622. 



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186 



Cavell, William, of Sellinge, blacksmith, 
ba., about 25, and Dorothy Golding, 
s. p., v., about 21, also at her own 
govt. At same. John Denn of S. 
Martin's, Cant., yeom., bonds. Nov. 
19, 1623. 

Cavell, William, of Sellinge, husb., ba., 
24, whose father, William Cavell, 
consents, and Mary Gierke, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, whose own parents 
being dead, she is now under the 
govt, of her mother-in-law, Mercy 
Gierke, who also consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Matthew Warryner 
of Cant., clerk, bonds. Nov. 29, 1627. 

Cavell, William, of Sellinge, blacksmith, 
widr., and Alice Kennett, s. p., v., 
about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Richard Golley of Lyminge, 
tailor, bonds. Sept. 18, 1639. 

Cavell, William, of Sellinge, blacksmith, 
widr., and Margaret Hilles of Mer- 
.sham, w. of Henry Hilles, late of 
Wye, dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
May 23, 1644. 

Cawnse, John, of Newenden, husb., 
widr., and Joan Cruttall, s. p., v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Stephen 
Cruttall of Cranbrook, broadweaver, 
bonds. May 11, 1630. 

Chacksell, William, of Staplehurst, 
broadweaver, ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and ("atherine Hyham of 
Marden, v., of the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Mizackc Hyham and William 
Hyham, of Marden, broadweavers, 
bonds. Oct. 12, 1637. Note. The 
signature looks like " Chagfill." 

Chaderton, William, of Goudhurst, 
yeom., ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Michell of Hawkhurst, v., about 28. 
At Brookland. William Huett of 
Brookland, clerk, bonds. Aug. 12, 
1629. 

Chadwicke, James, of Biddenden, wire 
drawer, ba., about 30, and Joan 
Gunter, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Gunter of Mountfield in 
Sussex, who consents, as is testified 
by Stephen Hart of Biddenden, 
clothier. At Cranbrook. Jan. 16, 
1636. See Chedwicke, Chidwicke. 

Chagfill, William. See Chacksell, 
William. Oct. 12, 1637. 

Chake, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., about 40, and Eliza- 



beth Bennet, s. j)., maiden, about 
20, d. of John Bennet, late s. p., 
baker, dec, and now under the govt! 
of her guardian, John Pringle, s. p., 
baker, who consents, as is testified 
by Edward Smith, s. p., marines. At 
same. Aug. 23, 1623. 

Chake, John, of Dover, sailor, ba., about 
20, and Bridget Harvey, s. p., v., 
about 20, her parents being dead! 
"and she now sui juris." AtS. Mary's 
in Dover. March 31, 1631. N'oie. 
This allegation is signed " lohn 
Chalke." 

Chalfont, Christopher, of S. Marv's in 
Sandwich, schoolmaster, ba., about 
50, and Elizabeth Chilton of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, w., about 40, 
relict of Edward Chilton, late of 
Sandwich, Jurat, dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Dec. 20, 1624. 

Chalke, [Calke in the margin] Francis, 
of S. Mary's in Dover, seaman, widr.', 
and Sarah Coomer, s. p., v., about 
20, d. of Leonard Coomer of Sand- 
wich, seaman, who consents, as is 
testified by Aaron Haynes of S. 
Mary's in Dover, seaman. At S. 
Mary's in D. Dec. 22, 1640. 

Chalke, William, and Sarah Redwood, 
of S. Mary's in Dover. At same' 
Dec. 3, 1629. 

Chawker, Henry, of Bi.ldenden, black- 
smith, ba., about 24, whose father 
consents, and Peace Fowesden, s. p., 
V , about 30. At S. Margaret's Cant! 
Thomas Chawker of Biddenden, 
husb., bonds. Aug 14, 1637. 

Chalker, Thomas, of Biddenden, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Sarah Hunt, s. p.! 
w., about 30, relict of Stephen Hunt! 
late of Ticehurst in Susse.x, yeom.! 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Auo-' 
28, 1621, ° 

Chalker, Thomas, of New Romney, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Wins- 
herst, s. p.. v., about 18, d. of 
[blank] Winsherst of Halden, w., 
who consents. At N. Romney or 
S. Mildred's, Cant. July 24, 1646. 

Chaloner, Nicholas, of "Westminster in 
Sussex," g., widr., about 25, and 
Margaret Lovelace of S. Margaret's. 
Cant., v., about 20, d. of Lancelot 
Lovelace, s. p.. Esquire, who con- 
.sents. At S. Margaret's. Francis 
Lovelace of Cant., Armigcr, bonds. 
June 21, 1627. 



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188 



Chamber, William, of Berstead, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Catherine Cham- 
ber, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Benjamin 
Chamber and Elizabeth Chamber, 
late s. p., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At same. May 27, 1624. 

Chambers, Benjamin, of Holling- 
bourne, husb., ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Joan Coly of Maid- 
stone, v., of the like age, d. of John 
Coly of Rolvenden, who consents. 
At Maidstone. Edward Chambers 
of Berstead, yeom., bonds. March 
27, 1636. 

Chambers, Edward, of Capel-le-Fern, 
yeom., widr., about 40, and Hanna 
Player of Cant., maiden, about 34, 
d. of Thomas Player, s. p., linen- 
draper, who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Jan. 28, 1625. 

Chambers, Edward, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, linendraper, ba., about 22, 
whose father consents, and Elizabeth 
Haines of S. Andrew's, Cant., v., 
about 24, d. of Francis Haines, dec. 
At S. Andrew's. Edward Chambers 
of Elmstone, veom., bonds. Feb. 17, 
1631. 

Chambers, Edward, of Borden, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Hills 
of Milton n. Sittingbourne, v., about 
19, d. of Joel Hills, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Samuel Webb, s. p., mercer. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Richard Allen of 
Milton n. S., g., bonds. July 24, 
1637. 

Chambers, John. — John Lee of Char- 
ing, husb., alleges that John Cham- 
bers, s. p., husb., ba., about 20, son 
of Thomas Chambers of Battle in 
Sussex, husb., with his father's con- 
sent, intends to marry Jane Pottman 
of Charing, spr., about 22, d. ot 
Christopher Pottman of Challock, 
who also consents. " The said Jane 
Pottman being now with child as 
she confesseth by the said Lee where- 
upon the said Chambers is in the 
custody of the Bossolder untill he 
shall marry with her whereby he 
cannot come to procure his license." 
At Charing. Nov. 25, 1634. 

Chambers, John, of Maidstone, yeom., 
ba., about 23 or 24, whose father, 
Robert Chambers, consents, and 
Ann Allen of Lenham, v., 22 and 
upwards, d. of John Allen of 



Hunton, yeom. At Lenham or Bough- 
ton Malherbe. Robert Allen of 
Yalding, yeom., bonds. Aug. 20, 
1642. 

Chambers, Richard, of Maidstone, 
brickmaker, ba., about 25, and Ann 
Dodge, s. p., v., about 16, d. of 
Thomas Dodge, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Joseph Curlis of Maidstone, brick- 
maker, bonds. Nov. 2, 1636. 

Chambers, Richard, of Appledore, 
husb., widr., and Mary Pritty, s. p., 
v., about 20, who, her parents being 
dead, is now at the govt, of Edmund 
Wattes, s. p., yeom., who makes and 
signs this allegation. At same. 
Richard Lashenden of Wittersham, 
husb., bonds. July 21, 1640. 

Chambers, Thomas, of Deal, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Margaret Harwood, s. p., w., 
relict of Henry Harwood, late s. p., 
husb., dec. At same. Thomas 
Player of Cant., linen draper, and 
Edward Chambers of Elmstone, 
husb., bonds. Nov. 29, 1636. 

Chambers, William, of Stockbury 
yeom., widr., and Jane Beckett, s 
p., v., about 27, whose mother con- 
sents, as is testified by John Beckett 
ofBarming, husb. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Jan. 30, 1633. 

Chamlett, Edward, of Stepney in 
Middlesex, sailor, ba., about 21, at 
his own govt., and Thomasine 
Addams, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
maiden, about 25, d. of Thomas 
Addams of the Borough of Hoath, 
husb., who consents. At S. Mary's 
in Dover. Dec. 15, 1621. 

Champion, John, of S. George's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., 26, and Joan Grand of 
Loose, v., about 24, whose father 
being dead, she is now abiding with 
Edward Alchorne, s. p., clerk, who 
consents. At Thornham. March 
15, 1624. 

Champney, Nicholas, of Thanington, 
tailor, widr., and Silvester Wise of 
S. Mildred's, Cant., w. At Thaning- 
ton. June 28, 1633. Note. The 
marriage is not inThannington Reg. 

Chandler et Hawke. Note. These 
names are entered in the margin 
only, the space for the allegation 
being left blank. The date is between 
Jan. 7 and Jan. 12, 1645. 



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190 



Chandler, Abraham, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, widr., and Dorothy Hayward 
of S. James's in Dover, w. of Robert 
Haiward, dec. At S. James's. Feb. 
23, 1628. 

Chandler, Henry, of Walmer, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Sarah Bacon of 
Great Mongeham, w., about 42, 
relict of William Bacon, late s. p., 
maltster, dec. At same. Julv 12, 
1621. 

Chantler, Henry, of Dover, clerk, INI.A., 
widr., and Rlary Russell, s. p., v., 
about 40. At Charlton n. Dover. 
May 25, 1630. 

Chauntler, Mr. Henry, clerk, one of 
the Brothers of S. Bartholomew's 
Hospital n. Sandwich, and curate of 
S. Clement's in Sandwich, widr., and 
Bennet, a/ias Benedict, Terry, relict 
of Isaac Terry, late of the Precincts 
of S. Jacob's n. Cant., dec. But, as 
the said Mr. Chandler, in regard of 
liis weakness, cannot come in person 
to crave licence, this allegation is 
made and signed by John Sherman 
of S. Clement's in Sandwich, cord- 
wainer. At the church of S. Bartho- 
lomew's n. Sandwich. May 15, 1638. 

Chandler, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
butcher, widr., and Elizabeth Chand- 
ler, s. p., w. of Samuel Chandler, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Thomas 
Chandler, s. p., butcher, bonds. 
Dec. 16, 1642. 

Chantler at Pattenson. [Married at 
S. Andrew's. Cant., where the entry 
is, John Chantry and Anne Patteson. 
Aug. 20, 1646. "Chantler et Pat- 
tenson " taken from the Index to 
Vol. P. of Allegations.] 

Chandler, Matthew, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., butcher, ba., about 23, whose 
father consents, and Margaret Packe 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
v., about 20, d. of widow Packe, late 
of Cant., who also consents. At 
Faversham. Robert Doe of the 
Precincts aforesaid, tailor, bonds. 
Oct. 15, 1636. 

Chandler, Matthew, of Dover, butcher, 
ba., about 26, and Ann Philpot of 
Waldershare, v., about 22, d. of 
Elizabeth Philpot, alias Smith, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
William Chandler of Dover, cord- 
wainer. At All Saints', Cant. Jan. 
7, 1640. 



Chandler, Matthew, of S. James's in 
Dover, butcher, widr., and Elizabeth 
Bisent of Brookland, v., about 20, 
d. of Margaret Bisent, a/ias Gorham, 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Dence of Dover, maltster. At Brook- 
land. Sept. 15, 1642. 

Chandler, Richard, of Biddenden, 
husb., widr., and Dionise Masters, s. 
p., v., about 40. At Goudhurst. April 
11, 1633. 

Chandler, Richard, of Deal, beerbrewer, 
widr., and Dorothy Adams, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Joan Adams of Little 
Hardres, w., who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Oct. 6, 1637. 

Chandler, Richard, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., grocer, widr., and Mary Ham- 
mon of Chislet, w. of Richard 
Hamon, late s. p., dec. At West- 
bere. Thomas Hawkes of Cant., 
saddler, bonds. July 6, 1642. 

Chandler, Thomas, of Stodmarsh, husb. 
ba., about 26, and Margaret Greener. 
s. p., v., about 23, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Henry Beudley of Stodmarsh, husb., 
bonds. Jan. 23, 1635. 

Chandler, William, and Thomasine 
Tibball, of S. Andrew's, Cant. At 
same. April 19, 1631. 

Chandler, W^illiam, of Dover, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 24. whose parents 
are dead, and Ursula Brett of Ewell, 
v., about 21 or 22, d. of John Brett. 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
W^illiam Dyer. At S. James's in 
Dover. Nov. 16, 1640. 

Chanflore (Chanflower), Eards, of St. 
Alphage, Cant., tailor, ba,, about 27, 
and Sarah Duchesse, s. p., v., about 
30, whose parents are dead. At 
same. Samuel Finch of Cant., silk- 
weaver, bonds. July 27, 1640. 

Chantler. See Chandle'r. 

Chantry, John. 6V(; Chandler et Patten- 
son. Aug. 20, 1646. 

Chapher, Robert, of Birchington.husb., 
ba., about 40, "at his own govern- 
ment," and Thomasine Banes, s. p., 
w., about 30, late wife of George 
Banes, s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 24, 1619. 

Chaplen, Thomas, of Stanford, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 30, and Susan 
Yonge of Saltwood, v., about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At All 
Saints', Cant. Feb. 16, 1631. 



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192 






Chapman, Abraham, of Staplehurst, 
yeom., widr., and Alice Groombridge 
of Goudhurst, w. of [blank] Grome- 
bridge, dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Alexander Groomebridge of Goud- 
hurst, yeom., bonds. Sept. 19, 1633. 

Chapman, Abraham, of Staplehurst, 
yeom., widr., and Sarah Faireway, 
s. p., \v. of Henry Faireway, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Christopher Cooper of Frittenden, 
and Richard Tilden of Maidstone, 
yeomen, bonds. June 6, 1638. 

Chapman, Elias, of Staple, husb., ba., 
23 and upwards, and Catherine 
Tompson of S. Paul's, Cant., w., 
about 28, relict of James Tompson, 
late of Sandwich, labourer, dec. At 
S. Paul's. Thomas Keete of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., hostler, bonds. 
July 10, 1626. 

Chapman, Henry, of Molash, g., ba., 
about 31, and IMary Coppin of 
Bckesbourne, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Harbledown. 
John Coppin of Cant., g., bonds. 
May 17, 1624. 

Chapman, Henry, of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
g., ba., about' 45, and Susan Cobb 
of Chilham, v., about 17, who, her 
father being dead, is now under the 
govt, of her grandfather, Thomas 
Cobb the elder of Chilham, g., who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Cobb the younger, s. p., her brother. 
At Thanington. June 30, 1626. 

Chapman, John, of Lyminge, shoe- 
maker, widr., and Ann Dowsing, 
s. p., v., about 18, d. of fblankj 
Dowsing, dec, and of [blank] 
Dowsing, alias Holloway, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Robert 
Symons, g. At Newington n. Hythe. 
April 28, 1630. 

Chapman, John, of Godmersham, g., 
ba., about 37, and Jane Taylor, s. p., 
v., about 34, whose parents are dead. 
William Inwood of Cant., grocer, 
bonds. Feb. 13, 1631. 

Chapman, John, of Great Chart, fell- 
monger, widr., and Elizabeth Wor- 
citer of East Sutton, v., about 23, d. 
of Thomas Worciter, s. p., who 
consents. At E. Sutton. Nov. 8, 1633. 
Chapman, John, of Westcliff. husb., 
ba., about 25,and Elizabeth Slaughter, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of the widow 
Slaughter of Petham. who consents. 
At Petham. Oct. 2, 1637. 



Chapman, Robert, and Helen Squire, 
of Hythe. At same. Feb. 7, 1628. 

Chapman, Simon, of Wye, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and jMary Mapleden, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of Richard Mapleden, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Robert Odden of Godmersham, 
husb. At S. George's, Cant. April 
22, 1628. 

Chapman, Stephen, of Charing, car- 
penter, ba., about 32, and Amy 
Browne of Wye, v., about 24, d. of 
William Browne, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by Christopher Maseday 
of Cant., wooUendraper. A St. IM. 
Bredin's, Cant. Jan. 30, 1626. 

Chapman, Stephen, of Folkestone, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Susan Rofe 
of Lyminge, maiden, about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At Lyminge. Oct. 
13, 1628. 

Chapman, Thomas, of Leeds, brick- 
layer, ba., about 24, and Mary Poore, 
s. p., v., about 27, d. of Edward 
Poore, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 27, 1636. 

Chapman, Thomas, of Buckland n. 
Dover, paper maker, ba., about 23, 
whose father, Richard Chapman of 
Shropshire, consents, and Elizabeth 
Palmer of River, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Buckland n. 
Dover. July 31, 1638. 
Chapman, Thomas, of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., cordwainer, ba., about 26, 
whose father, John Chapman of 
Crundale, yeom., consents, and Cath- 
erine Odierne of Bcthersden, v., 
about 25, d. of Stephen Odierne of 
Fordwich, yeom., who also consents, 
as is testified by Godfrey Pyard of 
Cant., g. At Bethersden or Pluckley. 
William Chapman of Crundale, 
yeom., bonds. Jan. 8, 1640. 
Chapman, Thomas, of Folkestone, 
yeom., widr., and Ann Clarke of 
Faversham, v., about 30, d. of Eliza- 
beth Clarke, s. p., w., who consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. John Clarke 
of Faversham. tailor, bonds. July 
25, 1644. 
Chappell, John, of Ratcliff'e in Middle- 
sex, mariner, ba., about 29, and Mary 
Alley of S. Mary's in Dover, w. of 
John Alley, late s. p., dec. At 
Hougham. John ]\Iarable of Cant., 
mason, bonds. April 29, 1639. 



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Charlewood, Robert, of Slurry, baker, 
ba., about 38, and AgiU's Rayner, s. 
p., maiden, about 24, d. of John 
Rayner of Folkestone, woollen- 
draper, dec. about 20 years since, 
her inotlicr, F,m Rayner, a/ias New- 
man, wife of Henry Newman, s. p., 
tanner, consenting, as is testified by 
the said Henrv Newman. At Sturry. 
April 10, 1622. 
Charlton, Thomas, of Detling, black- 
smith, ba., about 35, and Dorothy 
rJaker, s p., v., about 25, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 11, 1631. 
Charman, Thomas, of Deal, cooper, 
widr., and Mary Hickes, s. p , w. of 
John Hickes, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Thomas Janes of Sandwich, 
beerbrewer, bonds. May 31, 1637. 
Charre, Nicholas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
and Ann Shasted of All Saints', 
Cant. At S. Mildred's. Jan. 3, 1634. 
Chart, Simon, and Alice Policy, of 

Detling. At same. Feb. 2, 1637. 
Chartrisse, Owen, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, sailor, ba., about 30, and 
Mary Christopher, s. p., maiden, 
about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Jan. 2, 1625. 
Chartrum, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
shipcarpenter, widr., about 52, and 
Ann Kemp, s. p., w., about 42, relict 
of John Kempe, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Aug. 9, 1625. 
Chase, Jeremy, of Hythe, g., ba., about 
22, and Alice Bedingfeild of New- 
ington n. Hythe, v., about 19, left 
at her own disposing, her father 
being dead. At Newington. Reginald 
Bedingfeild of Lympne, g., and 
Thomas Bedingfeild of Cant., haber- 
dasher, bonds. June 28, 1628. 
Chatham, George, of Dover, ship- 
carpenter, ba., about 21, and Ann 
Holland of Walmer. w. of Richard 
Holland, late of Dover, dec. At 
Walmer. Thomas Withington of 
Walmer, yeom., and Alexander Sone 
of Lynton, broadweaver, bonds. Nov. 
26. 1632. 
Chatham, (jcorge, of S. James's in 
Dover, ship-carpenter, widr., and 
Alice Wraight, s. p., v., about 21 or 
22, whose parents are dead. At 
same. Feb. 4, 1634. 
Chawning, George, of Detling, husb., 
ba., 20 and upwards, whose mother 



consents, and Joan Goldring, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of John Goldring, s. 
p., husb., who also consents. At same. 
John Gilman of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
hempdresser, bonds. Jan. 4, 1641. 
Chedwich, Thomas, of Saltwood, yeom., 
ba , about 30, and Mary Lad of 
Elham, maiden, about 26, d. of 
Nicholas Ladd, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. about 6 years since. At Elham. 
April 18, 1623. 
Chedwicke, Masters, of Dover, sailor, 
ba., about 25, and Catherine Mersh, 
Mersh, late s. p., dec. At S. James's 
in Dover. Sept. 4, 1626. Se'e Chad- 
s. p., w., about 26, relict of Robert 
wicke, Chidwicke. 

Cheese, James, of Leeds, clothier, ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and 
Abigail Manwaringe of East Sutton, 
maiden, about 22, d. of Nicholas 
Manwaringe, late s. p., tailor, dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Oct. 20, 1623. 

Cheeseman, Francis, of Coldred, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Dorothy Marsh, 
s. p., maiden, about 27, d. of George 
Marsh of Buckland, husb., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 
9, 1620. 

Cheesman, Francis, of Lydden, husb., 
widr., 30 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Pilcher, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of Ingram Pilcher, dec, and of 
Lydia Simondes, n/ias Pilcher, of 
Barham, the now wife of Lawrence 
Simondes, who consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. June 29, 1626. 

Cheeseman, John, of Goudhurst, linen- 
weaver, widr., about 45, and Susan 
Hernden of Bethersden, w., about 
24, relict of John Hernden, late s. 
p., dec. At Bethersden. Thomas 
Cheeseman of Smarden, kersey- 
maker, bonds. Sept. 8, 1627. 

Cheesman, John, and Rebecca Stokes, 
of Coldred. At .same. Nov. 29, 
1631. 

Cheeseman, John, of Newington n. 
Hythe, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Agnes Hogben of Waltham, v., about 
22. d. of Edmond Hogben, s. p., 
yeom.. who consents. At Little 
Hardres. Jan. 26, 1631. 

Cheesman, John, of Tenterden, miller, 
ba., about 31, and Phillis Brickcnden 
of Halden, v., about 25, d. of Ric- 
hard Brickenden, s. p., who consents, 



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as is testified by Jervis Wide of Ten- 
terden, miller. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 3, 1636. 

Cheesman, John, of Staplehurst, 
clothier, ba., about 26, and Bennet 
Viney, s. p., w. of Walcher Viney, 
late s. p., butcher, dec. At Pluckley. 
John Brine of Cant., clothworker, 
and Richard Nelson, s. p., glover, 
bonds. Nov. 29, 1636. 

Cheesman, John, of Smardcn, clothier, 
ba., about 30, and Joan Pantrie of 
Woodchurch, v., about 23 or 24, 
whose parents are dead. At Wood- 
church. John Pantrie of Wood- 
church, yeom., bonds. Dec. 16, 
1639. 

Cheeseman,John, of Brabourne,yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Terry of Smeeth, 
v., about 33 or 34, at her own govt. 
At Brabourne or Smeeth. April 26, 
1641. 

Cheeseman, Richard, of Ulcombe, 
kerseymaker, ba., about 36, and Joan 
Hutchen, s. p., w., about 38, relict 
of Edward Hutchen, late s. p., dec, 
and now at her own govt. At same. 
Jan. 11, 1625. 

Cheeseman, Richard, of Chart n. 
Sutton Valence, carpenter, ba., about 
26, and Mercy Chambers of Maid- 
stone, v., about 22, d. of Simon 
Chambers of Boughton Monchelsea, 
freemason, who consents, as is tes- 
tified by Thomas Foreman of Pluck- 
ley, husb. At Langley. Aug. 5, 
1633. 

Cheesman, Richard, of Cheriton, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Ursula Spaine, s. p., v., about 21, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
at the govt, of her brother, Anthony 
Spaine of Lympne, who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 22, 
1640. 

Cheesman, Robert, of Staplehurst, 
broadwcaver, ba., about 28, and 
Margaret Cordelly, s. p., v., about 

24, d. of Alexander Cordelly, s. p., 
dec. At same. Richard Walter, s. 
p., bellows maker, bonds. March 
2, 1632. 

Cheesman, Thomas, of Lenham, ker- 
seymaker, ba., about 34, and Joan 
Saintlairy, s. p., v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At same. July 

25, 1636. 



Cheeseman, Thomas, of Boughton 
Malherbe, husb., ba., about 25, and 
Clemence Baker of Lenham, v., 
about 21, whose mother consents. 
At Westwell. George Creswell of 
Cant., and Lawrence Stephens, s. p., 
victuallers, bonds. Dec. 12, 1637. 

Cheeseman, William, of Lydd, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Creechman, s. 
p., v., about 21, d. of George Creech- 
man of Snargate, who consents, as 
is testified by Robert Allyson of 
Lydd, husb. At Snargate, because 
the maid's father liveth there, who 
will bestow their wedding dinner 
upon them. George Kust (?) of 
Cant., whitebaker, bonds. Sept. 4, 
1629. 

Cheesman, William, of Hougham, 
husb., ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and ]\rary Hamon, s. p., v., about 
22, d. of William Hamon, late s. p., 
dec. At same. John Vallier of 
Hougham, yeom., who testified to 
the consent of the mother of the 
said RLary, bonds. July 8, 1631. 

Cheeseman, William, of Newington n. 
H}the, husb., ba., about 31, and 
Margaret Gammon of Saltwood, w. 
of Thomas Gamon, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Francis 
Cheeseman of Cheriton, yeom., 
bonds. Jan. 10, 1639. 

Chesson, Richard, of Benenden, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Ann Bigg, s. p., 
v., about 36, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Thomas 
Weaver of Cant., )'eom., bonds. 
July 3, 1638. 

Chesson, William, of Ashford, cloth- 
worker, widr., and Elizabeth Shourth 
of S. John's in Thanet, w. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Aug. 24, 1638. 

Chester, William, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., husb., widr., about 40, and 
Pleasance Eason of the Precincts of 
Eastbridge, Cant., maiden, about 26, 
d. of [blank] Eason, late of Cosmos 
Blean, dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
Aug. 13, 1621. 

Cheston, Anthony, of Bishopsbourne, 
g., ba., about 28, and Mary Rose of 
Bekesbourne, w. of Ambrose Rose, 
late of Chislet, yeom., dec. At S. 
Mary's in Sandwich. Oct. 20, 1621. 

Cheston, Richard, of Tenterden, jeom., 
widr., about 60, and Benedict Smeed 
of Kcnnin.gton, w., about 55, relict 



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of John Smced, s. p., yeom., dec. 
about 12 years since. At Kenning- 
ton. Nov. 1, 1621. 

Cheston, William, of Bishopsbourne, 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Dunkine, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Sarah Dunkine of S. Paul's, [?Cant.], 
\v., who consents. At Patrixbourne. 
April 8, 1633. 

Chevlngton, John, of Rolvenden, husb., 
widr., and foan Allen of Cranbrook, 
v., about 35. At Rolvenden. Feb. 
22, 1630. 

Chivington, Thomas, of Rolvenden, ba., 
about 23, and Joan Francis, s. p., 
w., about 30, wife of William Francis 
late s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. June 24, 1619. 

Chevlngton, William, of Sibberteswould, 
yeom., ba., about 40, and Susan 
Gibbons, s. p., w. of John Gibbons, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Dec. 6, 1628. 

Cheuning, [Chewning in the margin] 
Thomas, of Cranbrook, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Dove, s. p., v., 
about 30. whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. John Chary 
of Biddenden, gardener, bonds. May 
18, 1635. 

Cheyney, Norton, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 34, and Susan Robinson of 
Halstow, w. of William Robinson, 
late s. p., dec. At Halstow. William 
Paine of Halstow, yeom., bonds. 
July 5, 1632. 

Chibnall, Robert, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, cordwainer, widr., and Julian 
Wilway of Bobbing, v., about 30. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. John Parson of 
Cant., cordwainer, bonds. April 25, 
1644. 

Chickley, Richard, of Boughton Mon- 
chelsea, linenweaver, and Sarah 
Partrich, s. p., v., about 30, d. of 
Roger Partrich of Headcorn, who 
consents. At Boughton Malherbe. 
John Sole of Ulcombe, clothier, 
bonds. Feb. 8, 1635. 

Chidwicke, Michael, of Saltwood, husb., 
ba., about 23, whose parents are dead, 
and Susan Alleson, s. p., v., about 
21 or 22, whose parents also are 
dead. At same. Thomas Chidwicke, 
s. p., yeom., bonds. March 4, 1642. 

Chidwicke, Thomas, of Saltwood, husb., 
ba., about 28, whose parents are 
dead,andRachel Inmeth of Ruckinge, 



v., about 21, d. of Henry Inmeth, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At Ruck- 
inge. Feb. 27, 1640. i-^'^? Chadwicke, 
Chedwicke. 

Child, John, of Northflcet, g., ba., about 
22, at his own govt., and Mary Den 
of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., maiden, 
about 19, d. of William Den, s. p., 
yeom., who consents, as is affirmed 
by his son-in-law, Edward Hufifam, 
s. p., g. At S. M. Bredin's. Jacobus 
Cripps of Northfleet, g., bonds. 
July 4, 1626. 

Chiids, Isaac, of Bapchild, yeom., ba , 
about 30, and Alice Finch, s. p., w. 
of Norton Finch, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Jacob Naple- 
tonof Cant., g., bonds. Feb. 12, 1660. 

Chlldes, Jeifery, of Faversham, sailor, 
ba., about 36, and Ann Nicholson, 
s. p., w. of Humphrey Nicholson, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Backster of Faver- 
sham, cordwainer, bonds. June 10, 
1640. 

Chi Ids [or Chiles], Richard, of Minster 
in Thanet, tailor, widr., about 26, and 
Margaret Ponnett, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of Ephraim Ponnett of Mersham, 
who consents. At Minster. Dec. 
19, 1627. 

Chillenden, Thomas, of Boughton 
Blean, yeom., ba., about 23 or 24, 
whose father, John Chillenden, con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Gardner, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Robert Gardner of 
Lyminge, who also consents, as is 
testified by William Gilham of Cant., 
miller. At B. Blean. Thomas 
Beverton of Cant., clothworker, 
bonds. Feb. 4, 1639. 

Chillenden, William, of Rcculver, 
yeom., widr., about 35, and Ellen 
Pettyt of Sholden, w., about 45, 
relict of [blank] Pettyt, late of Ring- 
would, yeom., dec. At S. Rlary's in 
Sandwich. Feb. 9, 1621. 
Chi I man, George. See Chilmel, George, 

July 6, 1631. 
Chi I man, John, of Eastling, weaver, 
ba., about 23 or 24, whose father, 
George Chilman, consents, and Mary 
Cosen of Molash, v., about 18 or 19, 
d. of Charity Cosen, s. p., w., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Robert Snode, s. p., yeom. At 
Molash. Dec. 23, 1642. 



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Chilmel, alais Chilman, George, of 
Boughton Aluph, yeom., ba., about 
40, and Ann Nuby of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., w. of Stephen Nuby, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Mildred's. July 6, 1631. 

Chilper, Christopher, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, seaman, ba., about 24, and 
Elizabeth Keeland, s. p., v., about 
20, d. of Elizabeth Keeland, s. p., 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
John Lambert of Dover, cooper, who 
makes and signs this allegation. At 
S. Mary's in Dover. Jan. 10, 1641. 

Chilton, John, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
alebrewer, widr., and Hester Dere- 
igne, alias Deering, s. p, w. of 
George Dereigne, alias Dereing, dec. 
At Woodnesborough. June 25, 1633. 

Chittenden, Abraham, of Horton, 
weaver, widr , about 37, and Eliza- 
beth Spaine, s. p., w., of the like age, 
relict of Thomas Spaine, late of 
Sellinge, dec. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Reginald Spaine of Horton, 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 2, 1628. 

Chittenden, Daniel, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., clothier, widr., and Hester 
Crou.Kof Hastinglcigh, v., about 28, 
d. of fames Croux,s. p., g.,who con- 
sents. At Hastingleigh, Petham or S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Dec. 30, 1644. 

Chittenden, John, of Hawkhurst, 
clothier, ba., about 23, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Wiley of Cran- 
brook, v., about 21, whose parents 
also are dead. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. John Wiley of Cranbrook, 
yeom., and Walter Baker of Cant., 
innholder, bonds. July 13, 1641. 

Chittenden, John, of Pluckley, yeom., 
ba., 21, whose parents are dead, and 
Mary Lambden of Bethersden, v., 
about 16, who, her parents being 
dead, is at the govt, of Thomas and 
Nicholas Milsted, her guardians, 
who consent. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
John Pell of Pluckley, yeom., bonds. 
"Oct. 17, 1643. 

Chittenden, John, of Sellinge, husb., 
ba., about 26, whose mother consents, 
and Dorothy Howling, s. p., v., about 
30, d. of William Howling, s. p., who 
also consents. At Stanford. Feb. 
11, 1645. 

Chittenden, Nathaniel, clothier, and 
Cicely Woodgate, maiden, of Hawk- 
hurst. At same. Feb. 3, 1620. 



Chittenden, Sampson, of Snave, husb., 
ba., about 25. and Lydia Cheesman 
of Kcnardington, maiden, about 21, 
d. of William Cheesman, late s. p., 
husb. John Berry of Brookland, 
husb., uncle of the said Lydia, con- 
sents. At Brookland. July 31, 1621. 

Chittenden, Samuel, of Smarden, yeom., 
widr., and Susan Lesterof S. Alphage, 
Cant., w. of Henry Lester, late oT 
Cant., baker, dec. At S. Alphage. 
Daniel Chittenden of Cant., clothier, 
anil William CoUens of Smarden, 
hu.sb., bonds. Sept. 21, 1633. 

Chittenden, Thomas, of Deptling, 
butcher, ba., about 30, and Margaret 
Highwood, s. p., w., about 40, relict 
of Humphrey Highwood, late s. p., 
maltster, dec. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. 
Oct. 8, 1622. 

Chittenden, Thomas, of Udimore in 
Sussex, tailor, ba., about 24, whose 
parents are dead, and Avice Davie of 
Rolvenden, v., about 23, d. of 
William Davie, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Rolvenden. Allegation 
made and signed by Richard Birk- 
hened, of Cant., Notary Public. Nov. 
28, 1639. 

Chittenden, William, of Rolvenden, and 
Sarah Evernden of Benenden. At 
Bencndcn. Feb. 5, 1620. 

Chittenden, Willi;mi,of Yalding, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Mary Turke of 
Marden, w., about 40, relict of 
William Turke, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Robert Saxby 
of Brenchley, g., bonds. Sept. 25, 
1627. 

Cholmely, Eilward, of the Ville of High- 
gate in Middlesex, Esquire, ba., 
about 29, son of William Cholmely, s. 
p.. Esquire, who consents, and the 
Honouiable Lady Mary Peyton, late 
of the Grey Friars, Cant , and now of 
Beere in the parish of Westcliff, w., 
about 30, relict of the Honourable 
Sir Samut-I Peyton, Knight and 
Baronet, late dec. At Westcliff. 
Thomas Thomas {sic)To6ke of West- 
cliff. Anniger, bonds. July 29, 1626. 

Chrisfield (Crisfield), Richard, of Len- 
ham, cordwainer, widr., and Mildred 
Lushington of Maidstone, v., 30 and 
upwards, d. of Henry Lushington of 
Alkham, yeom., who consents. At 
Ulcombe. John Lushington of Ul- 
combe, clothier, bonds. Feb. 1 9, 1 635 . 



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Chrisfield, Rictiard, of Lenham, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Martha Bishopp 
of Cranbrook, v., about 40, d. of 
[blank] Bishopp, s. p., w., who con- 
sents. At Cranbrook. Jan. 24, 1639. 

Crisfeild, Walter, of Thurnham, luisb., 
widr., and Jane Miller of Rainhara, 
w. of John Miller, late s. p., dec. 
At Thurnham. Jan. 18, 1629. 

Christian, George, of Elham, maltster, 
ba., about 24, whose fatlier, George 
Christian, consents, and Elizabeth 
Elvey, s. p., v., about 26, d. of 
Elizabeth Elvey, alias Wise, wife of 
John Wise, s. p., who also consents, 
as is testified by William Chandler 
of Cant., butcher. At Elham. Ric- 
hard Chandler of Cant., cordwainer, 
bonds. Dec. 31, 1642. 

Christian, John, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, tailor, ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Elizabeth Bill- 
ing of Chartham, v., about 22, d. of 
Thomas BiUing of Faversham, car- 
penter, wlio consents, as is testified 
by Gabriel French of Cant., weaver. 
At Charlham. William Christian of 
Thanington, maltster, bonds. Dec. 
29, 1632. 

Christian, John, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
20 anil upwards, whose father, John 
Christian of Hoath, husb., consents, 
and Elizabeth Gilmore of S. M. 
Northgate, .spr., about 30. At S. 
M. Northgate, Cant. Bartholomew 
Fowler of Cant., baker, bonds. 
March 18, 1638. 

Christian, Richard, of Petham, " Ous- 
bandman," ba., about 30, and Cath- 
erine Wood of Godmersham, v., 
about 25, d. of Widow Wood, who 
consents. At Challock. May 11, 
164.5. 

Christian, Wdliam, of Thanington, 
maltman, widr , and Mary Terry of 
Woodnesborough, v., about 21, d. of 
Michael Terr)', s. p., g., who con- 
sents, as is testified by her brother, 
Michael Terry of St. Paul's, Cant., 
g. At Woodnesborough. Jan. 18, 
"l631. 

Christopher, William, alias Wm. 
Nichols, of Folkestone, mariner, 
widr., about 35, and Joan Godfrey, 
s. p., maiden, about 30, d. of Thomas 
Godfrey, late s. p., husb., dec. about 
10 years since. At same. March 
12, 1620. 



Christy. 6Vt' Cristee. 

Church, George, of Reculver, maUman, 
ba., about 25, and Mary Wiietland, 
late s. p., but now of Sturry, maiden, 
about 19, d. of Catherine Whetland, 
s. p., who consents. At Sturry. July 
30, 1625. 

Church, George, of Whitstable, yeom., 
widr., and Faith Rucke, about 22, d. 
of John Rucke of Chartham, )eom., 
who consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. June 2, 1630. 

Church, George, of Whitstable, yeom., 
widr., and Grace Simons of Noning- 
ton, v., about 21, d. of Lawrence 
Simons, s. p , yeom., who consents. 
At S.Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 13, 1636. 

Church, Jacob, of Westwell, husb., ba., 
22 and upwards, whose father con- 
sents, and Jane Baker, s. p., v., about 
25, d. of Richard Baker, dec, and 
of Jane Baker, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At Ch. Ch., Cant. Oct. 
9, 1632. 

Church, John, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, husb., ba., about 30, and Mary 
Browne, s. p., maiden, abont 28, d. 
of [blank] Browne, s. p., w., who 
consents. At same. Feb. 22, 1624. 

Cl)Urch,John,of Tenterden, tailor, widr., 
about 40, and Alice PVeeman, s. p., 
w., about 34, relict of Samuel Free- 
man, late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 30, 1626. 

Church, John, of Wittersham, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Ellen Earling, s. 
p., w. of William Earling, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Earle of Wittersham, husb., bonds. 
July 12, 1630. 

Church, Joseph, of Pluckley, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Sarah 
Chintinge of F^gerton, v., about 23, 
d. of Robert Chintinge, s. p., kersey- 
maker, who consents, as is testified 
by George May of Little Chart, 
tailor. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
July 5, 1625. 

Church, IMichael, of Deal, miller, ba., 
about 24, whose father consents, 
and Ann Beaumond of Shoulden, w. 
of John Beaumond, late s. p., dec. 
At S. George's Cant. John Hollo- 
way, of Deal, g., and Simon Pricherd 
of Shoulden, husb., bonds. May 30, 
1635. Note. In S. George's Reg. 
this marriage is entered under May 
23. 



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Church, Richard, of Stourmouth, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Joan Dewell of 
Ickham, v., about 24, whose mother, 
EHzabcth Dewell, consents, as is 
testified by her brother, Robert 
Dewell of Ickham. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. May 29, 1627. 

Church, Roger, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 22, whose mother 
consents, and Rabedge Mosse of 
Newnham, v., about 22, d. of Jonas 
INIosse, s. p., husb., who also consents. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. William Church 
of S. Peter's in Thanet, yeom., 
bonds. July 18, 1644. 

Church, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, husb., widr., about 50, and 
Elizabeth Burden of Sittingbourne, 
w., about 34, relict of John Burden, 
late s. p. husb., dec. At Bobbing. 
Feb. 8, 1620. 

Church, William, of S.Nicholas Atwade, 
blacksmith, ba., about 33, and Alice 
Pratt of Minister in Thanet, w., 
about 36, relict of James Pratt, late 
s. p., bricklayer, dec. " abowte halfe 
a yeere since." At S. JM. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 5, 1620. 

Church, W'illiam, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 24 or 25, whose 
mother consents, and Mary Russell 
of S. Peter's in Thanet, v., about 24, 
d. of John Russell, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents by a letter to Mr. 
Thomas Richardson, one of the 
procurators of this Court. At S. 
Peter's in T. March 15, 1643. 

Churcher, Robert, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, currier, ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Mary Claringbole of 
S. Mildred's, Cant., v., about 24, d. 
of Margery Claringbole. s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
George White of S. Peter's, Cant., 
tailor. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
William Richardson of S. Peter's, 
Cant., tailor, bonds. May 30, 1641. 

Churchman, Andrew, of S. John's in 
Thanet, maltster, ba., about 31, and 
Elizabeth Napton of the Hospital of 
S. Bartholomew n. Sandwich, v., 
about 21, d. of Harbert Napton, late 
of the city of London, dec, and of 
Joan Corler, alias Napton, w., who 
consents, as is testified by Tobias 
Cleare of Sandwich, chirurgeon. At 
S. Clement's in Sandwich. Nov. 28, 
1631. 



Churchman, Bartholomew, of Preston 
n.^^'ingham, yeom., widr., and Cicely 
Solley of Wingham, w. of Edmund 
Solley, late dec. At Wingham. 
Francis Churchman of Cant., malt- 
ster, bonds. April 30, 1631. 

Churchman, Francis, of Holy Cross, 
Cant., maltster, ba., about 24, whose 
father, Bartholomew Churchman, 
consents, and Margaret Lake of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., v., about 21, d. of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Lake, s. p., w., who 
also consents. At S. Margaret's. 
Andrew Churchman of Cant., brewer, 
bonds. Oct. 29, 1628. 

Churchman, John, of Kennington, 
yeom., and Catherine Batkine of 
Willesborough, v. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Wni. Batkin of Wye, and 
Isaac Batkine of Kennington, yeomen, 
bonds. April 26, 1619. 

Churchman, John, of Chislet, husb., 
ba., about 29, whose mother consents, 
and Ann Churchman, s. p., v., 22 and 
upwards, whose parents arc dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Stephen Sill 
of Sturry, carpenter, bonds. Oct. 12, 
1640. 

Churchman, John, of Reculver, yeom., 
ba., about 40, and Elizabeth Harrison 
of S. George's, Cant., v., about 21, 
d. of Ann Harrison, alias Potkins, 
who consents. At Nackington. June 
13, 1644. 

Churchman, Matthew, of Wingham, 
yeom., ba., about 34, and Elizabeth 
Hogben, s. p., v., about 20, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Oct. 25, 1625. 

Churchman, Samuel, of Eastry, husb., 
ba., about 31, and Elizabeth Sayer of 
Great Mongeham, v., about 30, d. of 
Nicholas Sa3-er, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Oct. 9, 1637. 

Clackson,Mark, of Barham,husb., widr., 
about 60, and Margaret Colson of 
Chartham, w., about 50, relict of one 
Colson, dec. At Chartham. Jan. 
12, 1627. See Clarkson. 

Clampard, Edward, of Maidstone, mer- 
cer, ba , about 25, and Mary Barton 
of Hollingbourne, v., 20 and upwards, 
d. of Henry Barton, s. p., who is 
willing, as is testified by a letter from 
Edward Poore, s. p. At Holling- 
bourne. Jan. 8, 1626. 

Clarke, Adam, of Charthani, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Whatman, s. p., w. 



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of Arthur Whatman, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Stephen Stronge,s. p., g., 
bonds. June 3, 1640. 

Clarke, Barnard, of Biddenden, miller, 
ba., about 20, whose father consents, 
and I\Iary Newstreete of Ospringe, v., 
about 18, who, htr parents being 
dead, is now under the govt, of 
John Lipps of Favcrsham, butcher, 
who consents. At Presion n. Faver- 
sham. Feb. 20, 1G34. 

Clarke, Christopher, of Ruckinge, husb., 
widr., about 50, and Elizabeth Chap- 
man of Wesiwell, w., about 32, relict 
of James Chapman, s. p., dec. about 
6 years since. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Jan. 2, 1622. 

Clarke, Christopher, of Ruckinge, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Topclifte, s. p., 
v., about o4. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Robert Gorham, clerk, curate of 
Great Chart, and Henry Caffen, 
clerk, curate of Ruckinge, bonds. 
Oct. 5, 1629. 

Clarke, David, of Hythe, and Margaret 
Persey, s. p. At same. March 30, 
1620. 

Clarke, Edward, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Spencer 
of All Saints', Cant., w. of William 
Spencer, laie dec. At Hackington. 
Thomas Wynne of Cant., grosser, 
bonds. July 10, 1628. 

Clarke, Edward, of Beckley in Sussex, 
yeom., widr., and Mary Couchman 
ot Lydd, w. of William Couchman, 
late s. p., dec. At Lvdd. July 2, 
1641. 

Clarke, George, of Faversham, maltster, 
ba., about 3.5, and Catherine Elson, 
s.p.,w. of Robert Elson, s. p., " also 
deceased." At Preston n. Faversham. 
George Pollen of Challock, weaver, 
bonds. July 10, 1638. 

Clarke, George, of Faversham, brewer, 
widr., and Mary White, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At Goodnestone or Faversham. John 
Wrenn of Cant., chirurgeon, and 
John Parson, s.p.,cordwaincr, bonds. 
"May 9, 164.5. 

Clerke, James, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., about 39, and Cath- 
erine Henden, s. p., w., about 28, 
relict of Daniel Henden, late of 
Ash, dec. At S. Margaret'.s, Cant. 
Nov. 25, 1619. 



Clarke, John, of Lynstead, tailor, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary Walter of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, w., about 28, relict of George 
Walter, s. p., tailor, dec. about half 
a year since. At Milton aforesaid. 
?ilarch 9, 1620. 

Clarke, John, of Bonnington, sawyer, 
widr., about 32, and Amy Barber, 
s. p., w., about 32, relict of Thomas 
]3arber, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Andrew Cooke of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., clerk, bonds. April 5, 1624. 

Clarke, John, of Lynton. husb., ba., 
about 27, and Mildred Startupp of 
Bapchild, v., about 25, d. of Martin 
Startupp of Lynton, yeom., who con- 
sents. At S. ^largaret's, Cant. July 
17, 1626. 

Clarke, John, of All Saints', Cant., 
beerbrewer, ba., about 35, and Ellen 
Hawke of S. M. Bredman's, Cant., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Thanington. Sept. 12, 1629. 

Clarke, John, of Ber.stead, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Wiatt, s. p., w. of 
Robert Wiatt, s. p., late dec. At 
Bredgar. Nov. 16, 1630. 

Clarke, John, of Ruckinge, husb., widr., 
and P^lizabeth Janey, s. p., w. ot 
William Janey, late dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Richard Hart of Ivy- 
church, husb., bonds. Sept. 24, 1635. 

Clarke, John, of Deal, mariner, ba., about 
29, whose father consents, and Mary 
Buckbur}', s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Eleanor Buckbury, alias Hull, s. p., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Henry Whitfeild of Cant., g. At S. 
M. Northgate, Cant. Jan. !2, 1642. 

Clarke, Nicholas, of Doddington, husb., 
ba., about 23, and I\Iary Wharton of 
Wychling, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Thomas Wharton of Kirkby Stephen, 
Westmoreland, dec. Philip Wharton 
of Wychling, uncle of Mary, appeared 
personally, and gave his consent. At 
Wychling. Oct. 2, 1620. 

Clarke, Richard, of Hougham, and Sarah 
Stroode, s. p. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 15, 1620. 

Clerke, The Venerable Richard, S.T.P., 
of Ch. Ch., Cant., and Alba Maye of 
Hackington, v. At Hackington. 
May 8, 1622. 

Clarke, Richard, of Smarden, cloth- 
worker, ba., about 25, and Agnes 
Bugly of Halden, v., about 20, d. of 



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John Bugly, s. p., who consents. At 
Halden. April 10, 1624. 

Gierke, Richard, and Elizabeth Smith, 
of S. Marv's in Dover. At same. 
Feb. 2, 1634. 

Clarke, Robert, of Minster in Thanet, 
mariner, ba., about 26, and Ann 
Ashwell, s. p., maiden, upwards of 
30, whose friends are all dead. At 
same. Feb. 14, 1619. 

Clarke, Robert, of Biddenden, gardener, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Corner, s. p., v., about 20, 
d. of Richard Corner, s. p., who 
consents. xAt S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Aug. 3, 1637. 

Clarke, Robert, of Seasalter, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Tayler of 
Bekesbourne, v., 30 and upwards. 
At Bekesbourne. Charles White of 
Bekesbourne, clerk, bonds. Dec. 7, 
1644. 

Clerke, Mr. Samuel, D.D., of Kings- 
thorpe in co. Northampton, widr., 
and Mrs. Katherine Sympson of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., w. At 
the Cathedral, Cant. Sept. 12, 1035. 

Clarke, Stephen, of Teynham, husb., 
ba., about 22, and Mary Wise of 
Buckland n. Faversham, v., about 20, 
d. of John Wise of Teynham, dec , 
and now household servant of Robert 
Seath of Buckland, who consents. 
At Buckland. Henry Wise of Teyn- 
ham, husb., and Williaui Rawledge 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., maltster, 
bonds. April 25, 1637. 

Clarke, Stephen, of Teynham, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Wrekts of 
Buckland n. Faversham, v., 22 and 
upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At Buckland n. F. John Simpson 
of Cant., grocer, bonds. March 5, 
1638. 

Clerke, Thomas, of Great Chart linen- 
weaver, ba., about 26, and Susan 
Viney of Biddenden, w. of Joseph 
Viney, s. p., clothier, dec. about 3 
years since. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
[Dec. 3], 1621. 

Clerke, Thomas, of Rainham, husb., ba., 
about 39, and Elizabeth Jemmett, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of [blank] 
Jemmett, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At Berstead. May 7, 1622. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Dymchurch, yeom., 
widr., about 33, and Rebecca Rogers, 
s. p., w., about 40, relict of John 



Clarke [stc, but read John Rogers], 
late s. p., dec. At same. Jan. 28, 
1624. 
Clarke, Thomas, of Hollingbourne. 
butcher, widr., about 38, and Mar- 
garet Marten of Boughton Monchel- 
sea, w., about 36, relict of one 
Marten, late dec. At Sutton Valence, 
because he hath very great acquain- 
tance there, who will bestow their 
wedding dinner upon them. April 
11, 1626. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Sandwich, weaver, 
ba., about 32, and Lydia Cockey, s. p., 
w. of John Cockey, late s. p., hrick- 
la3'er, dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. John Harbert of Sandwich, 
g., and William Clerke of Ash, barber- 
surgeon, bonds. Sept. 18, 1634. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Whitstable, sailor, 
ba., about 26, and Dorothy Gilman, 
w. of Thomas Gilman, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 3, 
1636. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Chilham, husl)., ba., 
about 33, and Alice Smith, s. p., spr., 
about 26. At s ime. William Cooke, 
s. p., husb., bonds. Jan. 26, 1638. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Boughton Malherbe, 
husb., ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Elizabeth Downes, s. p., w. of 
John Downes, late of Cant., dec. At 
Charing or Lenham. Oct. 31, 1643. 

Clarke, Thomas, of Lyminge. husb., ba., 
about 25, whose father, Thomas 
Clarke, s. p., husb., consents, and 
Mary Phillips of Westwell, v., about 
19, d. of [blank] Phillips, s. p , husb.. 
who also consents. At Westwell. 
Sept. 28, 1644. 

Clarke, Walter, of Lynstead, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Sarah Bourne of Dod- 
ington, v., about 21, d. of James 
Bourne, s. p , g., who consents. At 
Dodington. July 18, 1627. 

Clarke, William, of Throwley, yeom., 
ba , about 28, and Jane Chapman of 
Challock, v., about 40, ^yhose friends 
are dead. At Leaveland. July 7, 
1624. 

Clarke, William, of Harrietsham, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Mary Bradshawe, 
18, d. of George Bradshawe, late of 
Little Chart, dec, and now under 
the govt, of her mother, Avis Brad- 
shawe, alms Bfane, who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Sept. 6, 1624. 



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210 



Gierke, William, of Dodington, hiisb., 
ba., about 32, and Joan Tluirstone 
of Throwley, maiden, about 30, d. 
of John Thurston, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 12, 1626. 

Clarke, William, of Biddenden, wheel- 
wright, ba., about 30, and Ann 
Rickards, s. p., v., about 26, at her 
own govt. At All Saints', Cant. 
Sept. 27, 1630. 

Clarke, William, of Wittersham, husb., 
ba., about 21, whose parents are 
dead, and Rebecca Burdock of Tun- 
bridge, v., about 20, d. of John 
Burdock, s. p., tailor, who consents, 
as is testified by John Knell of Wit- 
tersham, husb. At Goudhurst or 
Marden. July 14, 1640. 

Clarke, William, of Maidstone, thread- 
maker, ba., about 23, whose father 
consents, and Sarah Farny, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Catherine Farny, 
alias Foster, s. p., w., who also con- 
sents. At same. Nov. 12, 1641. 

Clarke, William, of Lydd, grocer, widr., 
and Mary Barworth of S. Mary's in 
the Marsh, w. of Samuel Barworth, 
late of Appledore, dec. At S. M. in 
the Marsh. Benjamin Baker of Old 
Romney, tailor, bonds. May 15 
[or 13], 1643. See WQ\i. 

Clarkson, William [he signed "William 
Clark"], of Cant., g., ba., about 30, 
and Sarah Sheaphard, s. p., v., about 
21, d. of John Shephard, s. p., cord- 
v^ainer, who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Aug. 16. 1628. See 
Clackson. 

Claringbole, Robert, the younger, of 
Barham, hoopmaker, ba., about 22, 
at his own govt., and Joan Gyles of 
Patrixbourne, v., about 30, d. of 
Elizabeth Gyles of Barham, w., who 
consents. At Bridge. Robert Clar- 
ingbole, senior, of Barham, husb., 
bonds. Sept. 26, 1626. 

Claringboll,Robcrt,ofElmstone,yeom., 
widr., and Ruth Elie of Kingstone, 
w. of Henry Elie, clerk, late dec. At 
Kingstone. Oct. 7, 1632. 

Clason, William, of Milton n. Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Mary 
Knowlden of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., maiden, of the like age. At 
S. M. Magdalene. May 10, 1628. 

CI aye, Robert, of Whitechapcl in the 
city of London, shipwright, widr., 



and Margaret Gull of S. James's in 
in Dover, w. of Thomas Gull, late of 
Dover, shipwright, dec. At S. 
James's in D. Henry Turner of 
Dover, husb., bonds. March 25, 
1637. 

Cleare, John, of Faversham, maltman, 
ba., about 25, and Elizabeth Evans 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., w. of Robert 
Evans, late s. p., wheelwright, dec. 
At Chartham. Oct. 30, 1637. 

Cleere, John, of Sandwich, grocer, ba., 
about 22, whose father consents, and 
Ann (jibbs, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Bonnet, wife of William Fanings of 
Hythe, who also consents, as is testi- 
fied by Guy Clecr, father of the said 
John Cleere. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Oct. 7, 1645. 

Cleere, Tobias, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, apothecary, ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Jane Owsnam, s. 
p., w., about 23, relict of James 
Owsnam, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Jan. 21, 1627. 

Cleater, Adani,of S. Paul's, Cant., yeom., 
witlr., and Maiy Dale of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., v., about 28, whose parents 
are dead. At Ch. Ch., Cant. April 
30, 1633. 

Cleaveland, John, of Ash, husb., widr.. 
about 34, and Jane Freestone, s. p., 
w., about 30, relict of Robert Free- 
stone, late s. p., dec. At Elmstead, 
because the said John hath a])pointed 
many frendes to meete him there at 
his weddinge anil to scale writinges 
there concerninge the same. July 
18. 1625. 

Cleaveland, John, of Ash, husb., widr., 
about 35, and Elizabeth Worsly of 
W^oodnesborough, maiden, about 30, 
at her own govt. At Woodnes- 
borough. Jan. 29, 1626. 

Cleveland, John, of Brcdgar. husb., ba., 
about 28, whose mother consents, 
and Jane Gittings, s. p., v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
George's, Cant. Ezechias Stander 
of Biedgar, husb., bonds. Oct. 19, 
1640. 

Cleveland, John, and Mary Allen, of S. 
M. Northgate, Cant. At same. J\Iay 
15, 1643. 

Cleaveland, Thomas, of Heme, and 
Joan Henman of Whitstable. At 
Whitstable. May 24, 1628. 



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212 



Cleggat, Thomas, of Headcorn, butcher, 
widr., and Sarah Knocke, s. p., \v. 
of William Knocke, late dec. At 
same. Dec. 17, 1629. 

Cleggat, William, of Smarden, husb., 
widr., about 62, and Mary Collins, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of Stephen 
Collins, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Edward Collins of Bidden- 
den, husb. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 9, 1627. 

Clement, Francis, of Faversham, ycom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Joan Godden of Ospringe, maiden, 
about 22, d. of one Godden and 
Dorothy his wife, late s. p., dec, 
and now at her own govt. At 
Ospringe. Oct. 24, 1623. 

Clement, James, the younger, of Len- 
ham, grocer, ba., about 24, whose 
mother consents, and Mary Brock- 
well, s. p., v., about 23, d. of John 
Brockwell, s. p., who also consents. 
At Stalisfield or Ospringe. Thomas 
Worrell of Cant., wheeler, bonds. 
April 21, 1645. 

Clement, John, of Wingham, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Margery Lans- 
feild, s. p., v., about 30, whose 
mother consents. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Daniel Masterson of Cant., 
grocer, bonds. Feb. 13. 1636. 

C I ement,Matthew,and Elizabeth Rockly, 
ofEwell. At same. Feb. 10, 1623. 

Clement, Richard, of Nonington, and 
Mary Jones of Bekesbourne. At 
Bekesbourne. [No date, but] Dec. 
7, 1631. 

Clement, Stephen, of Boughton Blean, 
labourer, ba., about 25, and Alice 
Saphery, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of Richard Saphery, s. p., labourer, 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Lawe, s. p., weaver. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Oct. 22, 1621. 

Clerke. See Clarke. 

Cleybrooke, James, of S. John's in 
Thanet, g., ba., about 24, and Judith 
Bate of New Romney, v., about 24, 
d. of John Bate, late s. p., dec, and 
now at her own govt. At All Saints', 
Cant. Nov. 7, 1626. 

Cliffe, Barnard, of Patrixbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Barbara Hugbone, s. p., maid, about 
20, d. of Thomas Hugbone of Eastry, 
tailor, who consents. At Thanington. 



[Barnabas Cleffe in Thanington Reg.] 
Aug. 25, 1621. 

Clifford, Arthur, of Minster in Sheppy, 
butcher, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Kitchen, s. p., 
w., relict of John Kitchen, late dec. 
At S. George's, Cant. April 4, 1633. 

Clifford, Edward, of Sheldwich, tailor, 
ba., about 23, son of Nicholas 
Clifford, who consents, as is testified 
by James Harly, s p., cordwainer, 
and Elizabeth Harris, s. p., w. At 
S. Mildred's, Cant. March 29, 1638. 

Clifford, Edward, of Hernhill, husb., 
ba., about 24, son of Richard Clifford, 
s. p., husb.,whomakesthisallegation, 
and Elizabeth Ry, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of ]\Iary Ry, a/ias Carter, who 
consents. At Graveney. Leonard 
Browne of Cant., Notary Public, 
bonds. July 20, 1644. 

Clifford, Matthew, of Faversham, yeom., 
widr., and Rachel Turner of Heme, 
w. of William Turner, late s. p., dec. 
At Heme. George Terry of Heme, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 19, 1640. 

Clifford, Richard, of Hernhill, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Cawle, s. p., w. 
of Mark Cawle, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. IMagdalene, Cant. Martin 
Alfrey of Cant., tailor, bonds. May 
13, 1641. 

Clifford, Robert, of Aldham in Suffolk, 
carpenter, ba., about 33, and Mary 
Morgan of All Saints', Cant., w. of 
John Morgan, late s. p., dec. At 
All Sts., Cant. Francis Plomer of 
Cant., beerbrewer, and Thomas 
Parker, s. p., victualler, bonds. Dec. 
12, 1638. 

Clifford, Robert, of Hernhill, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Marchall of Boughton 
Blean, v., 24, whose parents are dead. 
At Graveney. June 24, 1643. 

Clifford, Robert, of Borden, yeom., ba., 
about 31, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Loue, s. p., v., about 27, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Aug. 6, 1644. 

Clifford, Thomas, ot Paddock n. S. 
Thomas's Hill in Kent [in the parish 
of St. Dunstan, Cant.], yeom., widr., 
about 49, and Ellen Tewe of Cosmos 
Blean, maiden, about 40, at her own 
govt. At Cosmos Blean. William 
Theoball of Paddock, bonds. Sept. 
29, 1623. 



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Clifford, William, of Preston n. Favcr- 
sham, yeoni., widr., about 40, and 
Mary Chilman of S. Paul's, Cant., 
w., about 37, relict of Henry Chil- 
man, late of Chilham, dec. At S. 
Paul's. Henry Robucke of S. Paul's, 
Cant., gardener, bonds. Jan. 21, 
1627. 

Clifford, William, of Preston n. Faver- 
sham, yeom., widr., and Ann Rigden, 
s. p., v., about 35. At same. John 
Scott of Faversham, beerbrewer, and 
Henry Vidian, s. p., maltster, bonds. 
Nov. 11, 1635. 

Clinch, William, of Eastling, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Green- 
street, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Matthew Greenstreet, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by his brother, 
John Greenstreet of Preston n. 
Faversham, yeom. At All Saints', 
Cant. Ralph Wilcoxon of Cant., 
Notary Public, bonds. Feb. 6, 1634. 

Clinton, John, of S. Martin's, Cant., 
maltster, ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 
Spencer of S. James's in Dover, 
maiden, about 29, d. of Joseph 
Spencer, s. p., sailor, who consents, 
as is testified by Abraham Sturges of 
S. Martin's, victualler. At S. Mar- 
tin's. Aug. 8, 1621. 

Clynton, Robert, of Hernhill, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Mary Harman, s. 
p., w., about 21, relict of Thomas 
Harman, late s. p., yeom., dec. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. July 1, 1624. 

Clinton, William, of Milton n'. Sitting- 
bourne, seaman, ba., about 21, whose 
parents are dead, and Catherine 
Browne of Sittingbourne, v., about 
20, d. of Henry Browne, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by William 
Clinton, sen., of Milton n. S., husb. 
At Sittingbourne. July H, 1642. 

Clipwel I, William, of Hartlip, yeom.,ba., 
about 40, and Ann Pirkins, s. p., w. 
of John Pirkins, late dec. At same. 
George Tassell, s. p., yeom., bonds. 
May 13, 1635. 

Cloke, Basil, of Folkestone, yeom., ba., 
near 21, son of Rebecca Cloke, alias 
Yonge, who consents, and Catherine 
Simpson of S. M. Brcdin's, Cant., v., 
about 25, d. of Susan Rigden, alias 
Simpson, of Eastry, w., who also 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Edward Simpson of Littlebourne, 
yeom., and Thomas Sladden of 



Folkestone, husb., bonds. March 29, 
1642. 

Cloke, Isaac, of Ebony, husb., widr., 
and Ellen Foster of Biddenden, v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Stone in Oxncy or S. Mary's in 
the Marsh. Abraham Caffinch of 
Cant., butcher, bonds. Sept. 19, 1644. 

Cloake, John, of Kingsnorlh, yeom., ba., 
about 32, and Mary Dusson, s. p., w. 
of William Dusson, late s. p., dec. 
At Shadoxhurst. Jan. 13, 1629. 

Clough, George, of East Sutton, husb., 
widr., and Mary Carter of " Small- 
head " in the parish of Tenterden, 
w. of Reynold Carter, late dec. In 
the church or chapel of " Small- 
head" Richard Clough of East 
Sutton, tailor, bonds. Nov. 30, 1630. 

Clover [Clowe in Transcript], John, of 
Minster in Sheppy, yeom., widr., 
about 40, and Sarah Newland of 
Lynstead, w., about 30, relict of 
James Newland, s. p., yeom., dec. 
within the 12 months last past. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 25, 1620. 

Clover, Richard, of New Romney, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Susan Milener, s. 
p., w., about 40, relict of Henry 
IMilencr, late s. p., dec. At Great 
Chart. Oct. 17, 1625. 

Clowe, John. See Clover, John. Sept. 
25, 1623. 

Clutting, Nicholas, of Oare, seaman, ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Hickes, v., 
about 24, d. of John Hickes of 
Boughton BIcan, who consents, as is 
testified by Samuel Luson of Oare. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. March 29, 
1638. 

Cluttinge, Osmond, clerk, curate of 
Eastchurch, widr., about 58, and 
Gertrude Bayly, s. p., w., about 40, 
relict of Michael (.?) Bayly, late s. p., 
yeom., dec. At same. April 6, 1625. 

Coast (Cost), Henry, of Milton n. Sit- 
tingbourne, mariner, ba., about 26, 
and Anna Ussher, s. p., v., about 17, 
d. of Thomas Usher, s. p., who con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
John Medler of Milton n. S., yeom., 
and William Foster, s. p., g., bonds. 
March 22, 1635. 

Cob b, Ambrose, of Willesborough, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Ann White, late s. p., and now of 
Norton, maiden, about 17, whose 
father and mother are both long since 



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dead, and she is now under the govt, 
of Thomas Cob (sic) her brother, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Edward Cobb of Cant., mercer. At 
Norton. April 11, 1625. 

Cobb, Benjamin, of Reculver, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Alice Knowler of Heme, maiden, 
about 18, d. of Robert Knowler, s. 
p., g., who consents, as is testified 
by Thomas Cieybrooke of Swaleclift", 
clerk, and parson there. At Swalc- 
chif. Sept. 23, 1626. 

Cobb, Christopher, of Tenterden, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Neale, 
s. p., w., about 32, relict of Joseph 
Neale, late s. p., labourer, dec. about 
12 months since. At S. Margaret's. 
Cant. April 11, 1621. 

Cobb, Henry, of Reculver, yeom., ba., 
about 28, whose parents are dead, 
and Booz Parker of Teynham, v., 
about 19, d. of Thomas Parker, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At Teyn- 
ham. Buckland or Norton. Oct. '22, 
1642. 

Cobb, John, of Reculver, husb., ba., 
about 34, and Catherine Kite, s. p., 
v., about 22 or 23, whose parents 
are dead. At Holy Cross, Cant. 
March 28, 1639. 

Cobb, John, of Goodnestone n. Wing- 
ham, husb., ba , about 27, whose 
mother, Catherine Cobb, consents, 
and Margaret Johnson, s. p., v., 
about 23, d. of Edward Johnson of 
S. Paul's, Cant., husb., who also 
consents. At S. Paul's. Thomas 
Dunkin of S. Paul's, Cant., g., 
bonds. Jan. 27, 1639. 

Cobb, Thomas, of VVillesborough,yeom.. 
ba., about 29, and Susan White of 
Hinxhill, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Robert White, late of Waltham, dec. 
and now dwelling with Susan White 
her mother at Hinxhill, who con- 
sents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. Oct. 
8, 1619.^. 

Cobb, Thomas, of Newchurch, husb., 
widr., and Susan Kitchen of Sturry, 
v., about 28, d. of Daniel Kitchen 
of Bonnington, yeom., who consents. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. Aug. 1, 
1631. 

Cobb, William, of London, mercer, ba.. 
about 28, and Ann Hartey of Birch- 
ington, v., about 23, d. of Richard 
Harty, s. p., g., who consents. At 



Faversham. Aug. 6, 1637. No/e. This 
entry is crossed out, and "vacat" 
written in the margin. 

Cobbs, John, of Appledore, miller, ba., 
about 23, whose father, Erasmus 
Cobbs, consents, and Grace Shorle 
of Sellinge. v., about 23, d. of 
Thomas Shorte, s. p., husb., who 
also consents. At Sellinge, New- 
church or Snargate. Nov. 19, 1644. 

Cobham, John, of the city of Roches- 
ter, g., widr., about 50, and l^lizabeth 
Horsemnnden of Ulcombe, v., about 
36, d. of Mr. Richard Horsmanden, 
clerk, parson of Ulcombe, who con- 
sents. At Ulcombe. Allegation 
made and signed by Martin Fist, 
" clerk of the parish of Kingsnorth," 
and for better proof letters were 
exhibited from Mr. Richard Horse- 
manden aforesaid and I\Ir. William 
Baldwyn, clerk, parson of Kings- 
north, her brother-in-law. April 18, 
1625. 

Coby, INIatthew, of Dover, fisherman, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Benton of 
All Saints', Cant., v., 24 and upwards, 
whose parenls are dead. At All 
Saints'. Humphry Foxall of Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. Dec. 7, 1629. 

Cochford, John, of Tenterden, cooper, 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
Mary Whatman, s. p., v., about 22, 
d. of Mary Whatman, a/i'as Foord, 
s. p., who also consents, as is tes- 
tified b}' Thomas Cochford ot Cran- 
brook, clothier. At Kenardington. 
Sept. 2, 1630. 

Cock, Caleb, of Walmer, mariner, ba., 
about 32, and Ann Adams, s. p., v., 
about 27, d. of John Adams, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Dec. 23, 1629. 

Cocke, Christopher, of Godmcrsham, 
yeom., widr., about 60, and Elizabeth 
Crowder of Hernhill, maiden, about 
30, d. of Samuel Crowder, dec, and 
now at her own govt. At Hernhill. 
Jacobus Vernon, Vicar of Godmcr- 
sham, bonds. May 14, 1622. 

Cocke, Edward, of Ringwould, hush., 
ba., about 28, and Catherine Church- 
man, s. p., v., about 30, d. of 
Christain Churchman, s. p., w., who 
consents. At S. Margaret AtclilT. 
July 13, 1631. 

Cock, Leonard, of Lydd, maltster, widr., 
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about 22, d. of INIrs. Mary Man of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., w., who 
consents, as is testified by William 
Simpson of Cant., goldsmith. At 
Holy Cross, Cant. Aug. 6, 1641. 

Cock, Leonard, of Lydd, maltster, widr., 
and Christian Bedgcant, s. p., w. of 
Stephen Bedgeant, late of Newing- 
ton n. Hythe, dec. At Lydd. Dec. 
22, 1641. , 

Cocke, Matthew, of Bishopsbourhe, 
hush., and focosa Stokes of Bridge, 
V. At Bridge. Feb. 14, 1620. 

Cocke, Matthew, of Chartham, husb., 
widr., 32, and Mary Johnson of 
Great Hardres, v., about 27, d. of 
Henry Johnson, g., "nowinhabitinge 
in the Lowe Countryes," and now 
at her own govt. At Great Hardres. 
Dec. 17, 1623. 

Cock, Richard, of Bilsington, yeom., 
widr., and Agnes Mantle, s. p., w. 
of Reginald Mantle, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Jacobus 
CuUinge of Mersham, yeom., and 
John Jull of Willesborough, miller, 
bonds. Aug. 20, 1640. 

Cock, William, of Godmersham, husb., 
widr., about 30, and Susan Scott, s. 
p., w., about 34, relict of one Scott, 
late dec. At same. Feb. 24, 1625. 

Cocke, William, of Maidstone, husb., 
ba., about 35, and Catherine Webster 
of Bilsington, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Bilsington. 
July 14, 1627. 

Cock, William, of Deal, sailor, ba., 
about 26, and Alice Peeke, s. p., w. 
of John Peeke, late dec. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Christopher Bed- 
lacke of Deal, tailor, bonds. Oct. 
6, 1636. 

Cockaine, Robert, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, carpenter, ba , about 30, 
and Jane Roundtree, s. p., w. of 
Leonard Roundtree, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Henry San- 
ders of Cant., armiger, bonds. Jan. 
14, 1631. 

Cockerell, Christopher, "of Warnford 
in the county of Hampton, brasier," 
widr., about 51, and Mary Barnes of 
Milion n. Sittingbourne, w., about 
53, relict of Jeftery Barnes, late s. p., 
brasier, dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. [This allegation is signed 
" the marke (a hammer) of xpofer 
Brasely"! Feb. 19, 1620. 



Cockerton, George, the younger, of 
Wingham, ba., about 32, and Mar- 
tha Peirce, s. p., v., about the like 
age. In the parish church of . . . , 
No/e. This is unfinished, crossed 
out and "vacat" written in the 
margin. July 25, 1646. 

Cockett, Fowlke, of Reculver, yeom., 
ba., about 34, and Mary Harris, 
s. p.. maiden, about 24, d. of [blank] 
Harris dec, and now at her own 
govt. " In the Chappell of Foorde." 
Robert Chowner of Chisiet, clerk, 
antl William Warham of Reculver, 
g , bonds. Nov. 12, 1621. 

Cocket, Thomas, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, butcher, ba., about 22, 
at his own govt., and Elizabeth 
Williams, s. p., w. of William 
Williams, late s. p., dec. At Wood- 
ncsborough. Feb. 13, 1637. 

Cockman, Charles, of Upper Hardres, 
husb., ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Ellen Tucker of Littlebourne, 
v., about 26, also at her own govt. 
At S. George's, Cant. Nov. 8, 1625. 

Cockman, John, of New Romney, fell- 
monger, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Sarah Harllington of S. 
Mary's in Dover, v., about 20, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mary's in 
Dover. Thomas Nicholas of S. 
Mary's in the Marsh, husb., and Jolm 
Godley of Cant., woolcomber, bonds. 
Jan. 11, 1641. 

Cocks, Robert, the younger, of Staplc- 
iiurst, clothier, ba., about 25, and 
Sarah Matley, maiden, about 24, d. 
of Mercy i\Iatley, alias Jeftery, now 
or late of Staplehurst, who consents. 
At Rlarden. Oct. 12, 1622. S(eCo\. 

Cocky, Charles, of Yalding, tanner, ba., 
about 24, and Joan Chambers, of 
Lynstead, maiden, about 25, d. of 
Edmund Chambers of Berstead, 
miller, who consents. At Berstead. 
June 11, 1624. 

Cockey, John, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, bricklayer, ba., about 25, and 
Lydia Payne, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
d. of Edmund Payne, late of Sand- 
wich, dec, and Ann Payne, s. p., 
who consents. "At S. Maryes 
beforesaid." Feb. 23, 1619. 

Codd, James, of Dover, blacksmith, widr., 
and Isabel Atwood of S. Margaret 
Atclifl", w. of [blank] Atwood, late s. 



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p., dec. At S. Marg. Atcliff. Jan. 
15, 1633. 

Codd, Thomas, of Shekhvich, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Dorothy Leefe, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Rowland Leefe of 
Challock, who consents. AtChallock. 
John Wright of Cant., musician, 
bonds. Oct. 1, 1639. 

Codder, John, of Elham, ropemaker, ba., 
about 3.5, and Avis Cardin, s. p., 
maiden, about 33, d. of Valentine 
Cardin of Brabourne, dec. about 20 
years since, and now at her own 
govt. Aug. 8, 1 622. 

Cod ham, Baker, of Folkestone, husb., 
widr., about 40, and Ann Carter, s. p., 
w., of the like age, relict of Henry 
Carter, late s. p., husb., dec. At S. 
George's, Cant. Sept. 25, 1626. 

Codwell, Anthony, of Pluckley, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Lydia Case of Bo.xley, v., about 27, 
d. of George Case, clerk, vicar of 
Boxley, who consents by letter. At 
Bo.Klcy. Jan. 21, 1630. &6' CadwcU. 

Cogar, William, of Sandwich, butcher, 
ba., about 30, and Rose Allen of 
Cant., v., about 24, d. of John Allen, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. John Finch of 
Cant., husb., bonds. Jan. 16, 1631. 

Cogger, Thomas, of Stanford, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Spaine of Lympne, 
w. of John Spaine, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John Spaine of 
Elmstead. yeom., bonds. Sept. 3,1632. 

Col brand, John, the younger, of S. 
Alphage, Cant., g., ba., about 31, 
whose father, J ohn Colbrand the elder, 
consents, and Bennet Hales of S. 
Peter's, Cant., v., about 21, d. . of 
Margaret Hales, w., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by John Wisby 
of Cant., grocer. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Feb. 11, l6S8.—No/e. This 
allegation was signed by John Col- 
brand, jun., by his father and by John 
Wisbey ; but " vacat" is written in the 
margin. The parties were married 
at Rochester Cathedral, Feb. 13th. 
See my St. Peter's Reg., p. 85. 

Colbrand, Nicholas, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., joiner, ba., about 26, whose 
father consents, and Ann Crosse, s. 
p., w. of John Crosse, dec. At S. 
Martin's, Cant. Oct. 30, 1643. No/e. 
In the margin " vacat ob p'contract' 
ex p'te mulier' quse habet maritu' 
prior' inter vivos," etc. 



Colbrand, Peter, of Ashford, vintner, ba., 
about 29, and Judith Hubberd, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Repent 
Hubberd of Sandwich, merchant, dec. 
about 20 years since, and now in the 
govt, of her mother, Mary Clare of 
Ashford, who consents, as is testified 
by her husband, Ralph Clare, s. p., 
innkeeper. At Sevington. Feb. 4 
(or 5), 1621. 

Cole, Anthony, of Ch. Ch., Cant., tailor, 
ba., 30 and upwards, and Elizabeth 
Giles " of the same church," v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Aug. 16, 
1633. 

Cole, John, of S. Botolph's in the city 
of London, beerbrewer, widr., about 
33, and Agnes Wheatley of S. John's 
in Thanet, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Mr. Humfry Wheatley, clerk, vicar 
of S. John's, who is willing. At S. 
John's. May 19, 1619. 

Cole, John, of Cosmos Blean, yeom., 
widr., about 44, and Ann Grimsell 
of Boughton Blean, maiden, about 
37, d. of Stephen Grimsell, late s. 
p., dec, and of Meekness Grimsell, 
s. p., w., who consents. At Cosmos 
Blean. July 27, 1619. 

Cole, Michael, of Dover, beerbrewer, 
ba., about 24, and Joan Nash, s. p., 
w., relict of John Nash, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Mary's in Dover. Anthony 
Cole of Ch. Ch., Cant., tailor, bonds. 
Dec. 12, 1632. 

Cole, Nicholas, of Harrietsham, yeom., 
ba., 25, and Elizabeth Taylor, s. p., 
v., about 22, whose mother consents, 
. as is testified by Hugh Barnard of 
Leeds, yeom. At Harrietsham. July 
3, 1630. 

Cole, Stephen, of Wye, blacksmith, ba., 
about 33, and Ann Jerman, s. p., 
maiden, about 24, d. of Thomas 
Jerman, s. p., blacksmith, who con- 
sents. At All Saints', Cant. May 
1, 1623. 

Coule, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, baker, and Alice Walton of 
Bapchild, w. At Bapchild. April 
8, 1619. 

Coleman, Alexander, of Goudhurst, 
carpenter, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Buckland, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
James Buckland, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by her brother, James 
Buckland, junior. At same. April 
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Coleman, Henry, of Sandwich, mer- 
chant, widr., and AHcc Bunco of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich, w. of Edward 
Bunce, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Joseph Kersby of 
Sandwich, cooper, bonds. June 5, 
1645. 

Coleman, John, of Ehnstead, husb., 
widr., and Jane Broman, s. p., v., 
about 40. At same. Reginald Spaine 
of INIonks Horton, yeom., and 
Robert Broman of Elmstead, husb., 
bonds. Jan. 2, 1629. 

Coleman, John, of Hythe, maltster, ba., 
oo, and INIary Spaine, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Spaine, late s. p., dec. At 
Saltwood or Lympne. Jan. 23, 1642. 

Coleman, Richard, of Dymchurch, 
husb., ba., about 24, and Susan Ven- 
ton, s. p., maiden, 21 and upwards, 
d. of Jeremy Venton, late s. p., 
bricklayer, dec, and now under the 
govt, of her mother, Parnell Venton, 
3. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by William Ady, s. p., labourer. At 
.same. July 12, 1624. 

Coleman, Richard, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, grocer, widr., about 32, and 
Sarah Teisden, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Roger Tisdale 
of Bettishanger, husb., bonds. Jan. 
10, 1626. 

Coleman, Thomas, of Petham, maltster, 
widr., about53, and Dorothy William- 
son of Godmersham, w., about 40, 
relict of George Williamson, late s. 
p., dec. At S. I\I. Bredin's, Cant. 
Henry Colman of Petham, g., bonds. 
May 26, 1627. 

Colman, Thomas, and Dorothy William- 
sonc, of Petham. [Married at S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant., June 13, 1627. No/e. 
From June 7 to June 16 four pages 
of Allegations are missing. The 
number of Allegations missing is 
about ten, and nine of these I have 
endeavoured to supply from the 
transcripts or Registers.] 

Coleman, Thomas, of Ospringe, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Coleman, s. p., 
v., about 39, at her own govt., her 
parents being dead. At Thanington. 
Aug. 25, 1629. 

Colman, Thomas, of Cant., maltman, 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth Gilbert, 
s. p., v., about 20, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by Robert 



Beake, s. p., g. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Oct. 5, 1631. 

Col I man, Thomas, of Chislet, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Ann Syborne, s. 
p., w. of George Syborne, late s. p., 
dec. At All Saints', Cant. John 
Millner of Cant., cordwainer, bonds. 
Jan. 15, 1634. 

Coll man, William, of Great Chart, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Sarah Watridge, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Thomas 
Watridge, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by her brother, Edward 
Watridge. s. p. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 8, 1033. 

Colepepyr. 6"^' Culpepper. 

Colen, William, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, husb., widr., and Mary 
Vanexum of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
v., about 30, at her own govt. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Isaac Brill of 
Cant., cardmakcr, bonds. Sept. 6, 
1641. &£Cullen. 

Colfe, Charles, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., apothecary, ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Susan Terry of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., maiden, about 21, 
d. of Leonard Terry, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. about 4 years since, and now 
abiding with Rachel Terry, s. p., her 
mother, who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Henley of Cant., beer- 
brewer. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
June 2, 1621. 

Colfe, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
beer-brewer, ba., about 25, and Eliza- 
beth Frauncis, maiden, about 21, 
d. of Thomas Francis of Harriet- 
sham, yeom., who consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 22, 1620. 

Colgate, Henry, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Tayler, s. 
p., v., about 25, whose mother con- 
sents. At same. Sept. 16, 1628. 

Colgate, John, of Broomfield, husb., 
widr., and Bridget Nipson of Lynton, 
v., about 22, d. of Thomas Nipson, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Edward Poore of Leeds, yeom. At 
Lynton. May 5. 1634. 

Col lard, Ambrose, of Alkham, yeom., 
widr., about 36, and Mildred Tomes 
of S. RLirgaret Atcliff, maiden, about 
27, d. of Thomas Tomes, s. p., who 
consents. At S. Marg. Atcliff. Nov. 
24, 1626. 

Col lard, Andrew, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 25, whose father, Thomas 



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CoUard, consents, and Margery Hob- 
dey, s. p., w. of Clement Hobdey, 
dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. John Rogers 
of S. Paul's, Cant., tailor, bonds. 
March 20, 1644. 

Collard, Daniel, of Alkham, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Joyce Nethersole, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of William 
Nethersole, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Arthur Pord- 
age, s. p., yeom. At S. George's, 
Cant. Feb. 20, 1625. 

Collard, Richard, of Swingfield, husb., 
ba., about 38, and Richardin Boykin 
of Elham, w., about 28, relict of 
John Boykin, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Wm. Oldfield of 
Buckland n. Dover, yeom., bonds. 
Sept. 23, 1619. 

Collard, Richard, of Westwcll, husb., 
widr., and Jane Thornton of Willes- 
borough, v., about 45, at her own 
govt.AtWillesborough. April 4, 1637. 

Coller, Lawrence, of Swingfield, husb., 
ba., about 21, whose father consents, 
and Cicely Stroud of Beauxfield, alias 
Whitfield, v., about 30. At S. Paul's, 
Cant. June 4, 1645. 

Coller, Ralph, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Ann Wallop, s. p., v., about 28, 
d. of Thomas Wallop, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Henry 
Wallop of Dover, mariner. At S. 
Mary's in D. Jan. 31, 1637. 

Collett, Francis, of S. John's in Thanet, 
sailor, ba., about 25, and Susan 
Hutson, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of John Hutson, s. p., husb., dec. 
about 1 1 years since, her mother also 
being dead about three quarters of a 
year since, and she the late servant 
of Mr. Humphry Wheatlie, who 
testifies his consent by letter. At 
same. April 9, 1622. 

Collett, Henry, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cutler, widr., about 50, and Mar- 
garet Sharpe of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
maiden, about 43, and at her own 
govt. At S. Paul's, Cant. Nov. 18, 
1620. 

Collet, Humphrey, of S. John's in 
Thanet, mariner, ba., about 25, whose 
mother consents, and Sarah Hawker 
of Deal, w. of Jonathan Hawker, 
late of Ash, dec. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. John Partridge of Deal, 
baker, bonds. April 28, 1645. 



Collet, Samuel, of Faversham, black- 
smith, ba., about 24, whose mother, 
Joan Adams, alias Collet, consents, 
and Parnell Woodcocke of Ashford, 
v., about 25 or 26, d. of Mary Wood- 
cocke, s. p., w., who also consents, 
as is testified by Peter Ellis, s. p., 
shoemaker. At Selling. Edward 
Pennyall of Selling, blacksmith, 
bonds. Nov. 16, 1640. 

Collet, William, of Faversham, black- 
smith, widr., and Marian Nutbrowne 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
maiden, 30 and upwards. At the 
Cathedral. Henry Collet, junior, of 
Cant., cutler, bonds. Aug. 4, 1628. 

Col ley, George, of S. M. IJredman's, 
Cant., shoemaker, ba., about 28, and 
Elizabeth Sanders of All Saint's, 
Cant., v., about 38, d. of William 
Sanders of Lyminge, who consents. 
At All Saints'. John Moor of Cant., 
shoemaker, bonds. June 29, 1635. 

Colley, Luke, of Milton, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Ellen (iillet of Chart- 
ham, v., about 30. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Richard Gregory of Petham, 
yeom., bonds. Oct. 3, 1644. 

Col 11 at, Daniel, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
basketmaker, ba., about 20, whose 
mother consents, and Mary Vanbure 
of S. Peter'sin Sandwich, v., about27, 
d. of John John (jic) Vanbure of 
Sandwich, gardener, who consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. Sept. 4, 1637. 

Collier, Allen, of Sellinge, tailor, widr., 
and JLlizabeth Tompson of Kenning- 
ton, v., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
William Hart of Sellinge, g., bonds. 
May 18, 1640. 

Collier, Clement, of Lydd, yeom., widr., 
and Ann Slaughter, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Slaugliter, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. William Tether- 
ton of Wye, yeom., bonds. Oct. 26, 
1641. 

Collier, James, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
cordwainer, ba., about 25, and 
Thomasine Henneker, s. p., v., about 
22, d. of Robert Henneker of Hack- 
inglon, yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by John Edge of Dover, 
hackney-man. At Charlton. John 
Clarke of Cant., saddler, bonds. 
July 19, 1641. 

Collier,John, of Miltonn. Sittingbourne, 
miller, widr., about 52, and Joan 



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EUet, s. p., w., about 46, relict of 
William Ellet, late dec. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. June 12, 1628. 

Collier, John, of Bapchild, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Bix, s. p., \v., about 26, relict of 
Stephen Bix, late dec. At same. 
Aug. 16, 1628. 

Collier, John, of Boughton Blean, and 
Faith Garrett of Selling. At Selling. 
Feb. 18, 1630. 

Collier,Robert, of Wiitersham, thatcher, 
vvidr., and Elizabeth Cooper of 
Woodchurch, maiden, about 38. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant, Anthony 
Lattenden of Wittersham, horse- 
cutter, bonds. Nov. 22, 1627. 

Collier, Robert, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 26, whose father consents, 
and Esther Freind of Sellinge, v., 
about 22, d. of Thomas Freiad of 
Brabourne.yeom., who also consents. 
At Sellinge. John Swan of Nacking- 
ton, yeom., and George Bragg of 
Cant., vintner, bonds. Sept. 7, 1644. 

Collier, William, of Sutton Valence, 
broadweaver, ba., about 30, and 
jMartha Browne, s. p., w., about 40, 
relict of Robert Browne, late dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Way 26, 1 628. 

Collins, Anthony, of Biddenden, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Chap- 
man, s. p., v., of the like age. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John Chapman 
of Appledore, miller, bonds. Oct. 
31, 1634. 

Collins, Gasper, of Tilmanstone, and 
Ellen Broombridge of S. Clement's 
in Sandwich. At S. Clement's. 
March 5, 1628. 

Collyns, Increased, of Brightling in 
Sussex, g., ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Frances Parker of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., v., about 
20, d. of Matthew Parker, s. p.. 
Esquire, who consents. At S. 
Alphage or All Saints', Cant. April 
7. 1626. 

Collins, John, of S. Giles's without the 
walls of the City of London, g., ba., 
about 21, whose mother consents, 
and Elizabeth Collins of Lynstead, 
maiden, about 20, d. of William 
Collins of Lynstead, g., who also 
consents, and makes and signs this 
allegation. At Lynstead. April 19, 
1620. 



Collins, John, of Dover, gardener, ba., 
about 40, and Jane Hogburne, of 
Dover Castle, v., about 28, d. of 
Richard Hogburne of the same 
Castle, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet Atcliff. William Casson of 
Cant., vintner, bonds. Sept. 9, 1640. 

Collins, John, of Winchclsey in Sussex, 
g., ba., about 24, whose mother, Ann 
Collins, consents, and Jane Yonge 
of Biddenden, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Halden, 
Bethersden or Wittersham. John 
Crux of Cant., milliner, bonds. 
July 8, 1642. 

Collens, Nicholas, and Barbara Twy- 
man, of Birchington. At same. 
Dec. 4, 1637. 

Collins, Peter, of Sandwich, gardener, 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth White, 
s. p., w. of Guy White, late dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Henry 
Cary of Cant., shoemaker, bonds. 
May 12, 1637. 

Collins, Richard, of Preston n. Wing- 
ham, husb., ba., about 26, and Mary 
Finet, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
mother, Ann Boycott, a/ias Finett, 
consents. At S. RLargaret's, Cant. 
June 2, 1627. 

Collins, Richard, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, mariner, widr., and Mary 
Smith, s. p., w. of Edward Smith, 
late s. p , dec. At same. May 10, 
1631. 

Collins, Richard, of Deal, mariner, ba-, 
about 28, and Elizabeth Weekes, 
s. p., w. of Robert Weekes, lates. p., 
dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Valen- 
tine Lewys of S. Mildred's, tailor, 
and Peter Bradford of Sandwich, 
bricklayer, bonds. Jan. 21, 1633. 

Collins, Stephen, of Faversham, husb., 
widr., and Dorothy Paine, s. p., w. 
At same. Thomas Knowler, s. p., 
yeom., bonds. Feb. 20, 1638. 

Collins, Stephen, of Faversham, husb., 
widr., and Catherine Tanner, s. p., 
spr., about 40. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Thomas Knowder of Faver- 
sham, g., bonds. March 17, 1641. 

Collins, Thomas, of Bethersden, hemp- 
dresser, ba., about 30, and Ursula 
Dunninge, s. p., w. of John 
Dunninge, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Edmund Collins of Minster in 
Sheppy, yeom., bonds. Nov. 25, 
1630. 

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Col lens, Thomas, of Sandwich, husb., 
ba., about 34, and Ann Awsten, s. p., 
w. of Edward Awsten, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
where they both dwell. John Lun 
of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., barber- 
chirurgeon, bonds. Oct. 6, 1636. 

Collins, William, of Harden, husb., ba., 
about 23, son of John Collins, who 
consents, and Elizabeth Buddes, 
s. p., spr., about 30. At same. 
Thomas Graylinge, s. p., hu.sb., 
bonds. May 10, 1636. 

Collins, William, of S.Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mildred Collard, s. p., v., 
about 23, d. of Katherine Collard, 
alias Ratlift'e, wife of James Ratliffe, 
who consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Agnia Topsheare of Dover, 
seaman, and Richard Collard, s. p., 
shipcarpenter, bonds. Sept. 6, 1641. 

Colt, John, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
clerk, B.A., ba., about 26, son of 
Mr. Nicholas Colt of Shimpling in 
Norfolk, " parson of the said church, 
and B.D.," and Joan Tucker, alias 
Pawlen, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., maiden, about 22, d. of 
John Tucker, alias Pawlen, of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., joiner. With the 
consent of Mr. Nicholas Colt, who 
signs, and of John Tucker, alias 
Pawlen, as is testisfied by his wife, 
Grace Tucker, alias Pawlen. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. July 3, 1622. 

Columbine, John, of Appledore, husb., 
ba., 24 and upwards, and Rebecca 
Hopper, s. p., v., about 17, d. of 
Agnes Hopper, alias Holnes, wife of 
John Holnes, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Barrow of Lydd, yeom., bonds. 
June 16, 1640. 

Columbine, Thomas, of Appledore, and 
Elizabeth Smith of Woodchurch. 
At Appledore. March 7, 1632. 

Colwell, Alexander, of Faversham, sea- 
man, widr., and Mary Hilton, s. p., 
w. of William Hilton, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Samuel Godfrey of 
Faversham, seaman, bonds. Jan. 14, 
1645. 

Collwell, Richard, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Agnes Steed of 
S. Andrew's, Cant., v., about 39, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Sept. 28, 1629. 



Comber, Robert, of Hunton, butcher, 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Pope of 
Charing, v., of the like age, at her 
owngovt. AtOtterden. June 18, 1631. 

Comberland, Robert, of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., tailor, ba., about 30, and 
Margaret Effeild of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., v., about 21 or 22, d. of 
Ralph Effeild, s. p., tailor, who con- 
sents. At S. Dunstan's, Cant., or 
S. M. Northgate, Cant. Sanford 
Branker of Cant., draper, bonds. 
Nov. 16, 1639. 

Combes, Thomas, of Rolvenden, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Ann Meade of 
Tenterden, w., about 35, relict of 
James Meade, late s. p., dec. At 
Tenterden. Oct. 11, 1621. 

Combes, Thomas, of Wye, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Mildred Woodland, 
s. p., v., about 21, d. of [blank] 
Woodland of Brabourne, w., who 
consents, as is testified by Robert 
Combes of Wye, tailor. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Jacob Coombes 
of Mersham, husb., Ijonds. May 25, 
1641. See Coomes. 

Com per. Remember Death, of Sitting- 
bourne, ba., about 26, and Mary 
W^ood, s. p., maiden, about 24. 
At Milstead. [Allegation signed 
" Rememberdeath Compar."] July 
17, 1619. 

Compton, Redeemed, clerk, curate of 
Woodchurch, widr., and Dorothy 
Moyse, s. p., w. of Josias Moyse, 
late dec. At Warehorne. Aug. 30, 
1630. 

Con ley, William, of Wittersham, cloth- 
worker, ba., about 31, and Ann 
Lord, s. p., w. of Nathaniel Lord, 
dec. At same. Dec. 30, 1634. 

Conquest, Nicholas, of Wingham, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Martha 
Johncocke, s. p., v., about 26, d. of 
Johncocke of Eastry {sic), w., who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
Eastes of Wingham, husb. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Richard 
Bromley of Cant., g., bonds. June 
29, 1641. 

Consant, Ambrose, of Minsterin Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 22, and Margaret 
Austen, s. p., maiden, about 17, d. 
of Robert Austen, late of Dover, 
dec. At Minster. Nicholas Con- 
sant, s. p., yeom., father of Ambrose, 
bonds. July 28, 1619. 



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Consant, William, of Chislet, husb., 
widr., about 38, and Susan Buckley 
of the Borough of Hoath, maiden, 
about 2G, whose parents are dead. 
At Chislet. June 24, 1625. See 
Constant. 
Constable, John, of Westwell, husb., 
ba., about 34, and Frances Atkins, 
s. p., v., about 25, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant., 
or Eastwell. Robert Maxted and 
Richard Gruer, of Westwell. hus- 
bandmen, bonds. March 4, 1640. 
Constable, Joseph, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, mariner, ba., 23 and 
upwards, at his own govt., and 
Barbara Home of Deal, v., about 
20, whose mother, Catherine Home, 
consents. At Deal. Sept. 28, 1629. 
Constable, Joseph, of Worth, mariner, 
widr., and Elizabeth Peake, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Matthew Peake of 
Sandwich, g., who consents, as is 
testified by Edward Peake, s. p., g. 
At Worth. Sept. 26, 1637. 
Constable, William, of Westwell, miller, 
ba., about 35, and Elizabeth Mersh, 
s. p., v., about 24, d. of John Mersh, 
late s. p., dec. At Hothfield. Feb. 
19, 1630. 
Constant, Nicholas, of S. John's in 
Thanet, seaman, ba., about 26, and 
Elizabeth Tibb, s. p., v., about 26 or 
27, d. of Ralph Tibb, s. p., shipcar- 
penter, who consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. April 30, 1646. See 
Consant. 
Cooke, Daniel, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., about 37, and Eliza- 
beth Trotter, s. p., maiden, about 
34, d. of John Trottar, s. p., 
labourer, who consents. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Feb. 20, 1622. 
Cooke, Edward, of Sheldwich, gardener, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Baily, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of John Baily of 
Westwell, sawyer, who consents, as 
is testified by Thomas Mason of 
Sheldwich, tailor. At Sheldwich. 
Aug. 20, 1632. 
Cooke, George, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, husb., ba., 24, and Jane 
Ratcliff, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
William Ratcliff, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Aug. 19, 1628. 
Cooke, George, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, miller, ba., about 30, and 



Elizabeth Seabcry of Sittingbournc, 
spinster, about 20, d. of John Sea- 
bery, dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. George Bridges of Cant., 
innholder, bonds. Aug. 12, 1634. 
Cooke, Giles. See Lie, Giles, April 27, 

1625. 
Cooke, John, of Eastchurch, husb., ba., 
about 20, at his own govt., and Joan 
Taylor, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of 
Henry Taylor " of Abbington in the 
Barksheire," husb., dec. about 5 
years since, and now in the govt, of 
George Linley of Eastchurch, shep- 
herd, who consents. At Preston n. 
Faversham. Sept. 3, 1621. 
Cooke, John, of Biddenden, clothier, 
ba., about 30, and Mary Bishoopen- 
den of Smarden, v., about 19, d. of 
Thomas Bishopenden, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 26, 1629. 
Cooke, John, of Eastry, husb., ba., about 
26, and Jane Browne, s. p., v., about 
25, d. of Edward Browne, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Mr. Nicols, 
the vicar there. At same. Oct. 3, 
1634. 
Cooke, John, of Goudhurst, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Margaret Nurton of 
Staplehurst, v., about 17, d. of Mary 
Nurton, a/ias Denn, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard 
Hovenden of Goudhurst, husb. At 
Hawkhurst. John Farrance of Cant., 
blacksmith, bonds. Jan. 13, 1636. 
Cooke, John, of Faversham, flaxman, 
widr., and Martha Yddie, s. p., w. of 
Henry Yddie, late s. p., dec. At 
same. George Hooper of Thaning- 
ton,chirurgeon, bonds. April 5, 1641. 
Cooke, Nehemiah, of Wickhambreux, 
husb., widr., about 36. and Mercy 
Fist, s. p., v., about 24, d. of William 
Fist, s. p., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Cooke of S. Peter's, 
Cant., tailor. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Dec. 31, 1627. 
Cooke, Richard, of Sandhurst, husb., 
ba., about 20, at his own govt., and 
Priscilla Dunke of Hawkhurst, 
maiden about 21, d. of Thomas 
Duncke, s. p., yeom., dec, and now 
under the govt, of her mother, Peirse 
Dunck, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Sandhurst. Oct. 12, 1623. 
Cooke, Richard, of Faversham, glazier, 
ba., 22 and upwards, son of Thomas 



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Cooke of Woodchurch, who consents, 
and Deborah Sanders, s. p., v., 
about 22, who, her parents being 
dead, is now in the service of Mrs. 
Upton, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by John Croft. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Oct. 6, 1628. Note. 
The transcript gives Oct. 3 as the 
dale of marriage. 

Cooke, Robert, of Stelling, widr., about 
34, and Susan White, s. p., maiden, 
about 22, d. of Henry White, late s. 
p., dec, and now abiding with Mary 
White, her mother, who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 20, 
1619. 

Cooke, Robert, of Horton, ycom., widr., 
and Ann Hobday of Lydd, w. of 
Thomas Hobday, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. April 23, 1635. 

Cooke, Roger, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., cordwainer, ba., about 30, 
and Mary Nash of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., v., about 27, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Robert Cooke and William 
Cooke, of Cant , cordwainers, bonds. 
April 14, 1642. 

Cooke, Thomas, of S. George's, Cant., 
collarmaker, widr., about 35, and 
Ann Gateman of Ickham, w., about 
50, relict of Thomas Gateman, late 
s. p., dec. At Thanington. June 1, 
1620. 

Cooke, Thomas, of Faversham, husb., 
widr., about 45, and Catherine 
Crowchman of Cant., maiden, about 
25, d. of Stephen Crowchman, 
late of Cant., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. May 10, 1621. 

Cooke, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, labourer, ba., about 30, and 
Ann Tompkin, s. p., maiden, about 
21, who is now "under the disposing 
and governing of her mother," who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
Parker of Sandwich, innholder. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. April 24, 1628. 

Cooke, Thomas, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 39, and Ann Colder, s. p., w. 
of John Colder, late of Westbere, 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Norwood of Chislet, yeom., 
bonds. Dec. 21, 1633. 

Cooke, Thomas, of Godmersham, collar- 
maker, ba., about 21, at his own govt., 
and Margaret Bayly, s.p., w. of Simon 



Bayly, late s. p., dec. At All Saints', 
Cant. Francis Plumer of Cant., 
yeom., and John Ward, s. p., joiner, 
bonds. Feb. 27, 1634. 

Cooke, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Jane Clarke, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of Susan Gierke, s. p., 
w., who consents. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Richard Wood of flolv Cross, 
distiller, bonds. March 23, '1636. 

Cooke, Thomas, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, seaman, widr., and Thomasine 
Huftam, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Alice Huftam, w., who consents, as 
is testified by Mary Snell, s. p. At 
S. Martin's, Cant. Thomas Mace of 
S. Martin's. Cant., linenwcaver, 
bonds. July 27. 1641. 

Cooke, Thomas, of Otterden, husb., ba., 
about 32, whose father consents, and 
Mary Gascoine, s. p , v., about 29, 
whose parents are dead. At Otter- 
den or Ospringe. Andrew Hilles of 
Faversham, sawyer, and William Natt, 
s. p., wagoner, bonds. Feb. 23, 1660. 

Cooke, Walter, of Leeds, millman, ba., 
about 23, whose father, Thomas 
Cooke, consents, and Edith Brooke 
of Ulcombe, v., about 22, d. of 
Robert Brooke, s. p., husb., who also 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Dec. 27, 1642. 

Cooke, William, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, and Hester Base, s. p. At 
same. Feb. 15, 1619. 

Cooke, William of Faversham, and Ann 
Hearle of Hackington. At Hack- 
ington. May 22, 1623. 

Cooke, William, of Cosmus and Damian, 
Blean, husb., widr., and Alice Bate- 
man, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., w. of 
[blank] Bateman, dec. At S. Dun- 
stan's. Jan. 22, 1637. 

Cooke, William, of Dover, seaman, ba., 
about 27, whose father, William 
Cooke, consents, and Elizabeth Strat- 
ford, s. p., v., about 30, d. of (ohn 
Stratford of Woodnesborough, tailor, 
who also consents. At S. George's, 
Cant. March 1, 1642. 

Cooke, William, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
victualler, widr., and Margaret Rom- 
feild, s. p., v., about 22 or 23, d. of 
John Romfeild of Cant., tailor, who 
consents, as is testified by his son, 
John Romfeild. At S. Paul'-s, Cant. 
Aug. 17, 1644. 



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Coo ley, George, of Sandhurst, husb., 
ba., about 26, whose parents are 
dead, and Joan Gold, s. p., w. of 
[blank] Gold, late s. p., dec. At 
Sandhurst or Rolvenden. Thomas 
Cooley of Rolvenden, husb., and 
William Young of Cant., miller, 
bonds. July 20, 1646. 

Cooly, William, of Eastry, butcher, ba., 
about 26, and Mary Hayward of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, maiden, about 
23, d. of Edward Hayward, s. p., 
butcher, who consents. At Eastry. 
Peter Dowker of Ickham, yeom., 
bonds. Jan. 10, 1626. 

Cooling, William, the younger, of Dept- 
ford, g , ba., about 25, and Aphra 
Weston of Hackington, v., about 23, 
whose mother consents. At Hack- 
ington. Robert Hammon of Hack- 
ington, g., and Thomas Button of 
the city of London, scrivener, bonds. 
July 11, 1644. 

Coomes, Andrew, of Ashford, felt- 
maker, widr., and Ann Ferris, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of Enoch Ferris, 
s. p., cordwainer, who consents. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Thomas Ellis of 
Ashford, yeom., and John Browne of 
Cant., victualler, bonds. Oct. 21, 
1644. 

Coomes, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
baker, ba., about 29, and Margaret 
Davis of S. M. Bredman's, Cant., v., 
about 22, d. of Richard Davys, s. p., 
husb., who consents. At Thaning- 
ton. INIarch 29, 1630. See Combes. 

Cooper, Abraham, of London, g., widr., 
and Ann Beverly of St. Peter's, 
Cant., v., about 47. At S. Peter's. 
John Cooper of London, " uphold- 
.ster," bonds. Oct. 3, 1634. 

Cooper, Anthony, of Whitstable, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Ann Ewell, s. p., 
w. of Christopher Ewell, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. Alexander 
Green, of Seasalter, cordwainer, 
bonds. June 4, 1644. 
Cooper, Edward, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba , about 22, and Frances Bassett, 
s. p., v., about 24, at her own govt. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 17, 1633. 
Cooper, Edward, of Lynstead, husb., 
widr., and Fridswith Partridge, s. p., 
w. of David Partridge, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Peter Cooper of 
(?) Lynstead, husb., bonds. May 13, 
1639. 



Cooper, George, of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., cook, ba., 40 and 
upwards, and Alice Browne of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., w. of John 
Browne, late s. p., dec. At Thaning- 
ton. John Williamson of Cant , 
yeom., bonds. June 23, 1645. 
Cooper, Jervace, of Sandhurst, tailor, 
ba., 23 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Deborah Brett, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of John Brett, s. p , g., 
who consents. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Sept. 20, 1631. 
Cooper, John, of Harrietsham, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Joan Tomson, 
s. p., w., about 40, relict of Edward 
Tomson, late s. p., carpenter, dec. 
At same. July 31, 1621. 
Cooper, John, of Faversham, sailor, 
ba., 40 and upwards, and Ruth 
]\[illes, s. p., w. of Vincent Milles, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Aug. 15, 1631. 
Cooper, John, of Faversham, brick- 
layer, widr., and Susan Beniaby, s. 
p., w. of Richard Beniaby, late s. p., 
innholder, dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Jan. 15, 1637. 
Cooper, John, of Ratclififin Middlesex, 
seaman, ba., about 27, whose mother 
consents, and Elizabeth Penny of S. 
James's in Dover, v., about 19, d. of 
Elizabeth Penny, alias Cooke, s. p., 
who also consents. At S. IMildred's, 
Cant. June 24, 1640. 
Cooper, Michael, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, g., ba., about 29, and Susan 
Walter, s. p., w. of John Walter, 
dec. At S. Clement's in Sandwich. 
April 28, 1630. 
Cooper, Philip, of W^oodchurch, husb., 
ba., about 22, and Mary Austen, s. 
p., maiden, about 20, d. of Peter 
Austen, late s. p., dec, and at her 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Feb. 16, 1619. 
Cooper, Randolph, of Ticehurst in 
Sussex, yeom., widr., and Martha 
Turner of Goudhurst, v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Peter Coleman of 
Goudhurst, clothier, and Thomas 
Wood of Wadhurst in Sussex, veom., 
bonds. July 29, 1640. 
Cooper, Richard, of Dover, brewer, ba., 
about 28, and Mary Nower of Wing- 
ham, v., about 30, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Martin's, Cant. John 



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236 



Turner and William Baker, of S. 
Martin's, glovers, bonds. Feb. 2, 
163G. 

Cooper, Robert, of S. Margaret Atclift', 
carpenter, ba., about 25, and Joan 
Barnes, s. p., maiden, about 30, d. 
of Nicholas Barnes, s. p., husb., 
who consents, as is te.stified by 
Nicholas Symes, s. p., husb. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. March 4, 1621. 

Cooper, Thomas, of Sturry, carpenter, 
widr., about 50, and Margaret Sturges, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Edward 
Sturges, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Peter Sturges of 
Chislet, yeom., bonds. Feb. 27, 
1631. 

Cooper, William, of Chislet, ba., about 
30, and Mary Owre of Reculver, 
maiden, about 30, d. of Edward 
Owre of Eastry, who consents. At 
S. M. Northgate, Cant. Boys Owre 
of S. M. Northgate, g., bonds. Feb. 
10, 1619. 

Cooper, William, of RIarden, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Bold, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. ot John Bold, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Michael Cooper 
of l\Iarden, veom., bonds. April 13, 
1635. 

Cooper, William, of L3mpne, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Spicer of Hythe, 
w. of Luke Spicer, late s. p., dec. 
At Lympne. John White ofLympne, 
yeom., bonds. Aug. 23, 1636. See 
Cowper. 

Coorle, Martin, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 24, and Agnes 
Tibb, s. p., v., about 20, d. of Ralph 
Tibb of S. John's in Thanet, sip 
ysic') carpenter, who consents, as is 
testified by John Underwood of S. 
Mary's in Dover, sailor. At S. Mary's 
aforesaid. Sept. 8, 1625. 

Coorle, Richard, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, mariner, widr., and Susan 
Clapper, s. p., w. of Peter Clapper, 
late of Sandwich, dec. John Toker 
of Cant., gardener, bonds. Jan. 27, 
1635. 

Courle, Thomas, of Cant., victualler, 
widr., about 40, and Margaret Bunce 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
maiden, about 30, at her own govt. 
At the Cathedral, Cant. Feb. 12, 
1620. 



Coot, John, of Cant., tapster, ba., about 
22, at his own govt., and Mary 
Jemmet of S. Mildred's, Cant., v,, 
about 23, d. of John Jemmet, s. p., 
clothier, who consents. At Woldton. 
March 18, 1628. 

Copestake, Robert, of Lenham, sayer, 
widr., about 40, and Sarah Fuller, s. 
p., w. of Thomas Fuller, s. p., rip- 
pier, dec. At Lenham. June 15, 1622. 

Copland, Gabriel, of Hernhill, and 
INLirgaret Ladd of Graveney. At 
Graveney. Feb. 25, 1640. 

Coppernut, Abraham, of Berstead, 
yeom., ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Shasted, s. p., 
v., about 30, d. of Robert Sharsted, 
late s. p., husb., and now under the 
govt, of Susan Sharsted, <7//fl.f Hudson, 
wife of John Hudson, s. p., who 
consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. July 13, 1624. 

Coppin, Jeffery, of Coldred, husb., ba., 
about 26, whose father consents, and 
Bennet Ponnett of Waldershare, v., 
about 22, d. of William Ponnett, s. 
p., who also consents, as is testified 
by John Coppin of Coldred, husb., 
father of the said Jeffery. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Nov. 21, 1633. 

Coppinge, John, of Marden, clothier, 
ba., about 26, and Mildred Henley, 
s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of Peter 
Henley, clerk, dec. about 20 years 
since, and now in the govt, of her 
mother, Margaret Nethersole, wife 
of John Nethersole of Marden, g., 
who consents. At ]\Iarden. Alle- 
gation made and signed by John 
Nethersole aforesaid. Nov. 28, 1621. 

Coppin, John, of Wootton, g., ba., 
about 25, and Ann Gibbon of West- 
cliff, v., 1 8 and upwards, d. of 
Thomas Gibbon, s. p.. g., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Mr. Leonard 
Browne, Notary Public, and one of 
the Procurators of the Consistory 
Court of Cant. At Westcliffe. 
March 27, 1641. 

Coppinge, Robert, of Sellinge, M.A., 
ba., about 29, and Joan Andrews, 
s. p., v., about 21, whose mother 
consents. At Horton, Oct. 14, 1635. 

Copping, Robert, of Sellinge, M.A., ba., 
about 30, and Joan Andrewes, s. p., 
v., about 22, whose mother consents. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Dec. 13, 
1636. 



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Coppin, Roger, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanct, sailor, ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Agnes Hogben, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of Avis Hogben, 
alias May, s. p., who consents. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Robert May of 
S. Lawrence, husb., bonds. Nov. 2o, 
1634. 

Coppin, Thomas, clerk, and Ann Bar- 
grave of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., after banns published at 
Bekesbourne and Ch. Ch. Dec. 26, 
16a6. Note. They were married at 
Ch. Ch. 

Coppin, Thomas, of S. John's in Thanet, 
mariner, ba., at his own govt., and 
Jane Underdowne, s. p., v., of the 
like age, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Valentine 
Awcher and John Underdowne of 
Birchington, yeom., bonds. Jan. 26, 
1636. 

Coppin, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba., about 27, 
and Mary Dyer, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Edward Dyer, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At same. Edward 
Dyer of S. John's in Thanet. yeom., 
bonds. June 2, 1638. 

Coppin, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba., about 24, 
and Margaret Rogers of Monkton, 
v., about 24, d. of Lewis Rogers, 
s. p., who consents. At Monkton. 
Aug. 20, 1639. 

Coppin, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba., about 28, 
and Ann Moyscr, s. p., v., about 21, 
d. of Ann Young, s. p , w., who 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
George Bird of Cant., fellmonger, 
and Stephen Asherinden of S. 
George's, Cant., tailor, bonds. 
March 24, 1644. 

Coppin, William, of Cant., g., and Jane 
Grove of Wingham, w. At Wing- 
ham. June 27, 1620. 

Coppin, VVilliam, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, widr., and Ann 
Davis of S. John's in Thanet, w. of 
Peter Davies, late s. p., dec. At S. 
John's. John Laming of S. John's, 
yeom., bonds. May 6, 1634. 

Coppin, William, of Deal, g., ba., about 
34, and Jane Backe of Molash, v., 
about 19, d. of [blank] Backe, dec. 
At Molash or Chilham. Paul Pettyt 
of Cant., g., bonds. Aug. 24, 1637. 



Copus, John, of Harbledown, potmaker, 
widr., and Mabel Goodden of S. John's 
in Thanet, v., about 21, d. of Robert 
Goodden, dec, and of Mabel Good- 
den, alias Egender, of S. John's in 
T., who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Okeshot of Cant., labourer. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. John Copus 
of Bosenden, brickmaker, bonds. 
Nov. 4, 1633. 
Coque, Michael, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 21, whose mother consents, 
and Sibyl Isaac, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of John Isaac, s. p., mariner, who 
also consents, as is testified by Henry 
Lambert, s. p., mariner. At Charlton. 
May 7, 1638. 
Cord ley, Richard, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
cordwaincr, ba., about 24, and Mercy 
Stephens of S. Dunstan's, Cant., v., 
about 23, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Dunstan's. Nov. 6, 1630. 

Corke, Daniel, of Graveney, husb., widr., 
and Jane Saire of Deal, v., about 34, 
d. of VVilliam Saire, late of Chartham, 
dec. At S. M. Magdalene. Cant. 
William Corke of Minster, husb., and 
Anthony Sareof Walmer, blacksmith, 
bonds. Aug. 1, 1631. 

Corker, James, of Faversham, vintner, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Isabel Craythorne of Rochester, v., 
about 26. At All Saints', Cant. 
Jacobus Morton of Cant., tapster, 
bonds. Oct. 31, 1642. 

Cornelius, Roger, of Sandwich, sailor, 
about 21, and iNIartha Chance, s. p., 
d. of Jacob Chance of Lambeth, 
coppersmith. At S. Margaret's, Cant., 
the said Roger declaring that "the 
parents of each side are consenting 
to the match." Nathaniel Boland of 
Sandwich, haberdasher, bonds. Dec. 
21, 1636. 

Corneford, John, of Ivychurch, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Elizabeth Phillips, 
s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of [blank] 
Phillips late of Snargate, dec. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Wm. Travell 
of the Monastery of St. Augustine, 
Cant., yeom., bonds. Sept. 20, 1619. 

Corner, Richard, of Saltwood, husb., 
widr., and Agnes Dod, s. p., v., about 
27, d. of Edward Dodd of Sellinge, 
husb., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. April 19, 1636. 

Cornes, Abraham, of Smarden, husb., 
widr., and Mary Riddle, s. p., w. of 



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240 



John Riddle, late of Biddenden, dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. John Wolton of 
Cant., husb., bonds. May 14, 1639. 

Cornwall, Abraham, of S. 1\I. Bredman's, 
Cant., woolcomber, ba., about 40, and 
Catherine Busharof All Saints', Cant., 
v., about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At Thanington. Peter Cornwall of 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant., silkweaver, 
and Zaccheus Howell of S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant., weaver, bonds. April 
10, 1641. 

Cosen, Richard, of Lyminge, yeom., ba., 
about 43, and Elizabeth Ktnnet, s. 
p., v., about 36, d. of Isaac Kennet, 
late of Littlebourne, dec. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Christopher Cosens 
of S. Andrew's, Cant., tailor, bonds. 
July 16, 1631. 

Cosen, Sylvester, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
maltman, ba., about 25, whose father 
consents, and Ann Graceborough, 
of Thanington, spr., about 30, d. of 
Mr. Mark Graceborough, clerk, vicar 
of Shcphcrdswell, who also consents. 
At Thanington. Leonard Vanse of 
Thanington, yeom., and Thomas 
Chandler, s. p., husb., bonds. May 
9, 1636. 

Cosen, Thomas, of Molash, yeom , ba., 
about 34, and Mary Nyn, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Robert Nyn 
of Molash, husb., bonds. May 20, 
1628. 

Cosens, John, of Brenzet, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Topley, s. 
p., v., about 26 or 27, whose parents 
aredead. Atsame. William Whiting, 
junior, of Cant., woollendraper, and 
Christopher Ashenden, s. p., hosier, 
bonds. Oct. 3, 1645. 

Cosens, Thomas, of Gillingham, malt- 
ster, widr., and Elizabeth Packenham 
of Bredhurst, v., about 20, d. of 
James Packenham, s. p., who con- 
sents. At Bredhurst. Stephen Mead 
of Holy Cross, Cant., innholder, and 
jacobus Mead, s. p., barber, bonds. 
Oct. 4, 1642. 

Cosews, William, of Barfreston, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose father consents, 
and Mary Munday, s. p., v., about 
22 d. of John Munday, s. p., who 
also consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. William Cosews [father of 
the above Wm. Cosews], bonds. 
Sept. 23, 1630. 



Cosons, Christopher, of Cant., tailor, 
ba., about 29, and Ellen Pusher, s. 
p., maiden, about 22, d. of Richard 
Fusher, s. p., mercer, he being 
present and consenting. At Harble- 
down. Oct. 13, 1619. [R. Fusher 
signed Richard Fiirser.'\ 

Costen, James, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Baxley, s. 
p., w. of John Baxley, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Aug. 22, 1637. 

Costenoble, Henry, of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, physician, ba., about 45, 
and Egidia Tasseels of St. Peter's in 
Sandwich, maiden, about 30, at her 
own govt. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Feb. 9, 1624. Note. He 
signed the allegation " Henricus de 
Costenoble." In the Transcript she 
is described as " Giles Tasert of St. 
Peter's in Dover." 

Costinge, George, of Snave, labourer, 
ba., about 32, whose parents are 
dead, and Marian Ellis, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose parents also are 
dead. At Snave. Edward Warren, 
s. p.. labourer, bonds. Oct. 8, 1638. 

Cotes, Thomas, of New Romney, tailor, 
widr., and Sarah Pointer, s. p., v., 
26 and upwards, d. of John Pointer, 
who consents. At N. Romney or 
S. Mary's in the Marsh. John Free- 
man of Cranbrook, clothier, bonds. 
Allegation made and signed by 
W^illiam Hawkins of N. Romney, 
clerk, and Thomas Shindler, Notary 
Public, one of the Proctors of this 
Court. March 12, 1660. See De 
Coates. 

Cother, Richard, of Cheriton, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Alice Chapman, s. p., w. of John 
Chapman, late s. p., dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. Henry Allen of S. 
Alphage, Cant., husb., and Robert 
Bullock, s, p., tailor, bonds. May 
24, 1644. 

Cottenden, Thomas, of Newenden, 
husb., ba., about 40, and Elizabeth 
Mallow, s. p., w., about 39, relict of 
Robert Mallow, s. p., sailor, late dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 22, 1620. 

Cotton, Edward, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Mar- 
garet Curling of Minster in Thanet, 
v., about the like age, without par- 
ents living. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Oct. 1, 1630. 



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242 



Cotton, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 25, and Emme 
Skreene, s. p., v., about 29, d. of 
Susan Skreene, s. p., w., who con- 
sents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
CharlesCoIfe of Cant., grocer, bonds. 
Jan. 6. 1635. 
Cotton, 'I'liomas, of Minster in Sliejipy, 
woodbrooker, widr., and Judith 
Tomsin, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
VViUiam Tomsin of Downham in 
Esse.x, who consents, as is testified 
by John Smith of Minster in S., 
yeom. At Quet-nborough. April 
22, 1631. 
Couch man, Alexander, of Cranbrook, 
( lothier, ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Finch of Milstead, v., about 20, d. 
of Richard Finch, s. p., g., who 
consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
June 2, 1631. 
Couch man, Alexander, of Pluckley, 
clothier, ba., about 37, and Martha 
Hobday of Appledorc, w. of one 
Hobday, dec. AtAppledore. Thomas 
Wynne of Cant., grocer, bonds. 
Feb. 10, 1631. 
Couch man, Giles, of Little Chart, ful- 
ler, widr., and Sarah Rutting, s. p., 
w. of Robert Rutting, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, 'Cant. Richard 
F'eild of L. Chart, broadweaver, 
bonds. Oct. 21, 1645. 
Cowchman, John, of Lynstead, yeom., 
ba , about 20, at 'nis own govt., his 
l^arents both dead, and Bridget New- 
land, s. p., maiden, about 20, her 
parents both dead, and she now 
living with Thomas Downe, s. p., 
yeom., her brother-in-law, who con- 
sents. At same. Oct. 20, 1620. 
Couchman, John, of Eastchurch, g., 
widr., and Faith Thompson of Min- 
ster [.^ in Sheppy], w. of Thomas 
Thompson, late dec. At S Andrew's, 
Cant. Adam Askew of Minsler, 
yeom., bonds. May 13, 1635. 
Couchman, Robert, of Cranbrook, 
clothier, ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
father, Thomas Couchman, consents, 
and Catherine Dawley, s. p., w. of 
Henrv Dawley, late s. p., dec. At 
same." March 23, 1641. 
Couchman, William, of Loose, midman, 
ba., about 25, and Deborah Clarke, 
s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of lohn 
Clarke of Boughton Monchelsey, 
dec. about 6 years since, and now in 



the govt, of John Basden of Maid- 
stone, who consents. At Sitting- 
bourne. Oct. 25, 1621. 
Couchman, William, of Lydd, beer- 
brewer, widr., about 34, and Mary 
Siroughill, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Peter Stroughill, s. p., g., who con- 
consents. At Lydd. Jan. 13, 1625. 
Couchman, Widiam, of Tenterden, 
husb., i)a , 23, at his own govt, and 
Amy Hafifenden, s. p , v., about 19, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
at the disposing of her uncle, James 
ILaffenden, who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 16, 1629. 
Couchman, William, the elder, of Lydd, 
yeom., widr.. and Elizabeth Marden 
of l\gerton, w. At F.gerion. Nov. 
23. 1630. 
Coulby, James, "Clerkeof Filmanstone," 
ba., about 32, and Dorothy Fowle of 
Langley, v., about 26, whose parents 
are dead. At Langley. Oct. 12, 1636. 
Coulter, Fldward, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourue, husb., widr., and Mil- 
dred Scrimsby of Bobbing, v., about 
34. At Bobbing. John Coulter of 
Newington, husb., bonds. June 22, 
1630. 
Coulter, John, of Berstead, husb., ba., 
about 20, at his own govt., and Eliz- 
abeth Carter, s. p., v., about 22, d. 
of William Carter, s. p., linen weaver, 
wdio consents. At Holv Cross, Cant. 
Nov. 19, 1623. 
Coulter, William, of Boxley, yeom.. ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., his father 
being dead, and F^lizabeth Wise, s. 
p., v., about 19, whose mother con- 
sents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Mat- 
thew Hutford and William Tilden, 
of Boxley, yeomen, bonds. May 29, 
1637. 
Coulson, Timothy, of Scarborough in 
Yorkshire, mariner, ba., about 25, 
and Mary Howard of Dover, w. of 
William Howard, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saint's, Cant. David Doves of 
Dover, mariner, bonds. March 20, 
1643. 
Coulstock, John, of Halden, yeom., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
RLary Tong of Pluckley, v., about 40, 
whose parents are dead. At Bough- 
ton Aluph. March 31, 1645. 
Countes, Thomas, of Cranbrook, basket- 
maker, widr., and Margaret Loader 
of Great Chart, spr., about 45. At 



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244 



G. Chart. William Dixon of Cant., 
tailor, bonds. June 22, 1640. 

Country. Stf Cuntry. 

Gourde, John, of Benenden, and Mary 
Marten, s. p. At same. May 19, 1620. 

Court, Alexander, of Deal, mariner, ba., 
about 20, whose parents are dead, 
and Elizabeth Godfrey, s. p., v., 
about 24, whose parents also are 
dead. At S. Andrew's, Cant. John 
Gillingham of Weymouth in Dorset, 
mariner, bonds. April 6, 1646. 

Court, Edward, of Deal, cordwainer, 
ba., about 38, and Grace Oldfeild, 
s. p., w. of John Oldfeild, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. Walter 
Bulley of Deal, brewer, bonds. 
Oct. 11, 1642. 

Court, Henry, of Hinxhill, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Mary Omcr of Elm- 
stead, w. of Roger Omer, late dec. 
At Elmstead. Nicholas Rigden, 
s. p., yeom , and Clement Court of 
Waltham, yeom., bonds. Nov. 5, 
1636. 

Coort, John, of Lydd, shoemaker, ba., 
about 27, and Constance Skynner, 
s. p., w., relict of Mark Skynner, 
late s. p., dec. At Appledore, June 
4, 1629. 

Court, Matthew, of Elmstone, yeom., 
widr., and Agnes Hills of Hothfield, 
w. of Thomas Hills, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Clement 
Court of Waltham, yeom., bonds. 
Nov. 19, 163.5. 

Court, Matthew, of Brabourne, yeom., 
widr., and Amy Videan, s. p., v., 
about 40. At S. Mildred's. Cant. 
William IMurry of Brabourne, yeom., 
bonds. July 9, 1644. 

Court, Robert, of Reculver, yeom., ba., 
about 26, son of Stephen Court, s. 
p., yeom., who consents, and Ellen 
Wraight of Barham, w. of Nicholas 
Wraight, late s. p., dec. At Recul- 
ver or Chislet. March 12, 1641. 

Court, Sampson, of Elmstead, yeom., 
ba., 24, whose mother consents, and 
Elizabeth Austen of Thanington, v., 
about 18, d. of Valentine Austen, s. 
p., yeom., who also consents. At 
Thanington. Stephen Gilbert of 
Cant., maltster, bonds. Dec. 6, 1 642. 

Court, Stephen, and Ann Uffmgton, of 
Waltham. At same. Feb. 21, 1638. 

Court, Thomas, of Waltham, husb., ba., 
about 22 or 23, whose mother con- 



sents, and Susan White, s. p., v., about 
19 or 20, d. of George White, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
Waltham or Stelling. Henry Court, 
of Waltham, yeom., bonds. Feb. 4, 
1642. 

Court, William, of Elmstead, yeom, ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Pell, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, d. of Michael Pell 
of Northamptonshire, yeom., who 
consents. At Stelling. Feb. 4, 1622. 

Court, William, of Seasalter, tailor, ba., 
about 29, and Ellen Saynt of Whit- 
stable, v., about 30. At Whitstable. 
Robert Clerk of Seasalter, husb., 
bonds. July 1, 1637. 

Court, William of Faversham, tailor, 
widr., and Susanna Badcock, s. p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Alphage, Cant. William Amys 
of Faversham, grocer, and John 
Kent, s. p., yeom., bonds. May 9, 
1642. 

Court, William, of Waltham. yeom., 
widr , and Ann Lancefeild of Crun- 
dale, w. of Thomas Eancefeild. late 
s. p., dec. At Crundale or Waltham. 
Henry Chapman of Cant., grocer, 
bonds. Feb. 14, 1645. 

Courthop, George, of Whitstable, husb., 
widr., and Ann Gates of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., v., about 19, who, her parents 
being dead, is now in the govt, of 
her guardian, John Strand, s. p.. 
saddler, who consents. At S. An- 
drew's. March 1, 1630. 

Courthopp, George, of Whitstable, 
husb., widr., and Mildred Ellis, s. p., 
w. of Edward Ellis, late s. p., dec. 
At All Saints', Cant. Robert Clarke 
of Whitstable, grocer, bonds. July 
26, 1642. 

Courthop, John, of Swingfield, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Catherine Gregory, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, whose par- 
ents are dead. At All Saints', Cant. 
June 20, 1625. 

Courthropp, Robert, of Cranbrook, 
clothier, ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Colvill, s. p., w., about 25, relict of 
Samuel Colvill, late s. p., clothier, 
dec. At same. Oct. 24, 1620. Note. 
" Robert Courthopp and Elizabeth 
Calvill " in Cranbrook Transcript. 

Covell (Covin), Abraham, of Mersham, 
blacksmith, ba., 30 and upwards, and 
Mary Wayford, s. p., maiden, about 



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24, d. of John Wayford of Folkestone, 
yeom., who consents. At Brabourne. 
Aug. 9, 1623. 

Covell, Andrew, of Godmersham, black- 
smith, ba., about 31, and Margaret 
Adams of Birchington, v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At Birch- 
iiigton. Robert Covell of Birching- 
ton, blacksmith, bonds. April 10, 
1636. 

Covell, Silas, of Littlebournc, black- 
smith, ba., about 2.5, whose father, 
Robert Covell of Birchington, con- 
sents, and Ann Miles of Littlebourne, 
w. of Richard Miles, late s. p., dec. 
At Littlebourne. John Miles of 
Littlebourne, tailor, and Henry Care 
of Cant., cordwainer, bonds. Feb. 
8, 1641. 

Covell, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, brewer, ba., about 28, and 
Margaret Barton, s. p., w. of Roger 
Barton, late s. p., dec. At Tlianing- 
ton. Mark Peers of Sittingbourne, 
mariner, bonds. May 15, 1645. 

Coveney, Edward, of Mersham, yeom., 
widr., about 60, and Margaret Glover 
of S. Mildred's, Cant., w., about 50. 
relict of William Glover, late s. p., 
g., dec. At S. Mildred's. Nov. 10, 
1627. 

Coveney, Henry, of West Farleigh, 
hush., ba., about 32, and Joan Wan- 
stall of Molash, v., about 28, d. of 
Richard Wanstall, s p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Feb. 21, 1630. 

Coveney, John, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., blacksmith, ba , 24 and up- 
wards, and Ann Tomlin of Norton, 
maiden, about 18, who, her parents 
being dead, is now in charge of 
Thomas Allen, s. p., her guardian 
and grandfather, who consents, as 
is testified by Richard White of Cant., 
barber. At Norton. John Morse 
of Cant., carpenter, bonds. Nov. 
21, 1627. 

Coveney, John, of Wye, carpenter, ba., 
about 24, and Ann Lott, s. p., v , 
about 21, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Edward 
Coveney of Cant., g. [or yeom.], 
bonds. Feb. 8, 1636. 

Coveney, Roger, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., husb., ba., about 33, and 
Marian Spaine, s. p., w. of Robert 



Spaine, late of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., 
dec. At S. M. Northgate. Edward 
Coveney of Cant., g., bonds. March 
9, 1634. 

Coveney, Robert, of New Romney, 
woollendrapcr, ba., about 28, and 
Joan Clarke, s p., v., about 24, d. of 
William Clarke, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by William Richardes, 
s. p., tailor. At same. John Crux 
of Cant., millener, bonds. Oct. 17, 
1615. 

Coveney, William, of l\Larden, yeom., 
widr.,aboutoO, and Dorothy Aichorn, 
s. p., w.. about 38, relict of James 
Aichorn, late s. p., dec. At Loose, 
" by reason that shee hath a kins- 
man, one Mr. Medly, dwelling there, 
where she intended to have soiorned, 
and as he thinketh, will bestow their 
wedding dinner." Nov. 7, 1622. 

Coveriey, George, of Ruckinge, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Ann I3ird of 
Wormshill, v., about 22, d. of 
Abraham Bird, s. p., husb , who con- 
sents. At Wormshill. RLiy 29, 1635. 

Cowdall, Thomas, of Burmarsh, husb , 
widr., about 35, and Elizabeth Ber- 
rick of Newington n. Hythe, maiden, 
about 30, d. of [blank] Berrick, late 
of Lyminge, dec, her mother con- 
senting. At Burmarsh. Feb. 9, 1619. 

Cowell, John, of S. George's, Cant, 
cordwainer, ba., about 26, and Eliza- 
beth Evans of Ch. Ch., Cant., w. of 
]\Latthew Evans, late of Ashford, 
dec. At S. George's. Jacobus 
Rufford of Cant., g., bonds. Aug. 
15, 1634. 

Cowell, William, of Northbournc, husb , 
widr., about 32, and Alice Spicer of 
Barham, v., about 22, whose parents 
are dead. At Barham. Nov. 6, 1624. 

Cowell, William, and Alice Wright, of 
S. John's in Thanct. At same. Nov. 
28^ 1631. 

Cowland, Humphry, of Eastwell, cook, 
ba., about 25, and Lydia Farley, s. 
p., v., about 22, d. of Thomas Far- 
ley, s. p., who consents. At same. 
Nicholas Justice of Cant., plumber, 
bonds. April 15, 1636. 

Cowland, John, of Whitstable, sailor, 
and RLargery Read Read (si'c) of Sca- 
salter, w. At Whitstable. Feb. 28, 
1624. 

Cowland, Thomas, of Luddenham, 
yeom., ba., about 20, son of Mary 



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248 



Backe, alias Cowland, w., who con- 
sents, and Ann Joanes oi S. 
John's in Thanet, maiden, about 16, 
d. of Henn- Joanes, s. p., yeom., 
who also consents. At Luddenham. 
Aug. 2, 1625. 

Cowley (Cooley), John, of Shepherds- 
well, g., ba., about 34, and INIary 
Chalengwood (Callengwood), of 
Eythorne, v., about 34'. At S. M. 
Magdnlene, Cant. Philemon Pown- 
all of Eythorne, g., bonds. Jan. 10, 
1642. 

Cowley, Richard, of Petham, black- 
smith, ba., about 28, and Avice 
Throwley of S. Alphage, Cant., 
maiden, about 32, d. of Thomas 
'J'hrowleigh, late of Littlebourne, 
victualler, dec. about 12 months 
since. At S. Alphage, Cant. Jan. 

4, 1620. 

Cowner, Thomas, of Bridge, husb., ba.. 
and Ann Bramson, s. p., v. At 
same. May 31, 1628. 

Cowper, Peter, of S. John's in Thanet, 
cooper, ba., about 24, and Susan 
Hovenden, s. p., w. of Nicholas 
Hovenden. late s. p., dec. At S. 
Peter's in Thanet. Moses Best of 
Faversham, cooper, bonds. May 10, 
1641. See Cooper. 

Cox, Edward, of S. Mar3''s in Dover, 
glover, widr., and Alice Tuke, s. p , 
w. of Abraham Tuke late of the city 
of London, dec. At Guston. John 
Bollard and Vincent Bollard, of 
Dover, glaziers, bonds. Nov. 15,1639. 

Cox, Henry. See Jefferis, Henry. Nov. 

5, 1638. 

Cox, John, of Great Chart, yeom., ba., 
about 35, and Elizabeth Maytham, s. 
p., V , about 20, d. of Richard May- 
tham, s. ])., g., who consents. At 
Kingsnorth. Sept. 15, 1631. 

Cox, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet, sea- 
man, widr., and Katherine Sherman, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Sherman, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. Joseph 
Edwardes of S. Peter's, Cant., 
painter, bonds. Aug. 6, 1640. 

Cox, Samuel, of Chatham, joiner, about 
23 or 24, at his own govt., and Mary 
Ranckhorne of S. John's in Thanet, 
v., about 21 or 22, d. of Zachary 
Ranckhorne, s. p., who consents. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. Iune7, 
1639. 



Cox, Thomas, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
linen weaver, ba., about 33, and 
Elizabeth Davis of Monkton, w. of 
[blank] Davis, late s. p., dec. At 
Monkton. Henry Howell and Zac- 
cheus Howell, of Cant., weavers, 
bonds. May 9, 1640. 6"?^ Cocks. 

Coxen, Henry, of 13oxley, maltman, ba., 
about 30, and Mary Symons, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Robert Symons, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Edward Poore of Hollingbourne, 
yeom. At Langtey. Sept^ 7, 1631. 

Coxen, Henry, of S. Margaret's, Cant- 
maltster, widr., and Joan Austen of 
S. Andrew's, Cant., w. of Leonard 
Austen, late of Tilmanstone, dec. At 
Kennington. John Parkhurst of 
Cant., beerbiewer, bonds. Sept. 19, 
1640. 

Coytmor, Arthur, of Cant., clerk, ba., 
about 36, and Martha Horsmanden 
of Ulcombe, v., about 30, at her own 
govt. At Ulcombe or Harrietsham. 
Fulke Davis of S. Martin's, Cant., g., 
bonds. April 3, 1634. 

Craft, Sampson, of Great Chart, yeom., 
ba., about 25, whose father consents, 
and Faith Cocke, s. p., v., of the like 
age, d. of one Cock of Weald in 
Essex, yeom., who also consents. 
At Great Chart. Sept. 13, 1630. 

Craft, Thomas, of Tenterden, g., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Ann 
Woolball, s. p.. maiden, about 22, d. 
of Robert Woolball, s. p.. Jurat, who 
consents. At same. Feb. 4, 1619. 

Craft, William, of Otterden, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Bennet Parker, s. p., 
w. of Nicholas Parker, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. March 13, 
1636. See Croft, Crofts. 

Cragge, Nicholas, of East Farleigh, 
freemason, widr , about 23, and 
Joan Maplisden of Boughton 
Monchelsey, maiden, about 20, d. 
of Richard Maplisden, s. p , g., who 
consents. At Loose. May 11, 1622. 

Cramp, Thomas, of S. John's in Thanet, 
maltman, ba., about 26, and Eliza- 
beth Barrow, s. p., w. of John 
]3arrow, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Feb. 9, 1631. 

Cranbrooke, Roger, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, maltster, ba., about 25, and 
Catherine Booker [Brooker in the 
margin], s. p., w. of William Booker, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Clement's in 



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Sandwicli. Steplien Crambrookc (sic) 
of Sandwich, maltster, bonds. April 
27, 1641. 

Crane, John, of S. George's, Cant., g., 
widr., and Martha VVjame of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., w. of Peter 
Wj-nne, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, [Cant.], or Harblcdown. 
John Fowle of Cant., baker, bonds. 
"Oct. 19, 1641. 

Cranshawe, John, of Sittingbourne, 
miller, ba., about 25, and Rebecca 
Rayler, s. p., v., about 30. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. (^abriel Harris of 
Sittingbourne, husb., bonds. June 23, 
1636. 

Crassingham, Peter, of Staplehurst, 
blacksmith, widr., and Elizabeth 
Couchman, s. p., v., about 30, whose 
parentsare dead. At Lynton. John 
Croft of Staplehurst, clothier, bonds. 
Aug. 21, 1639. See Crissengam, 
Crossingham. 

Craven, Richard, of Hackington, husb., 
ba., about 28, whose parents are 
dead, and Margaret Menfeild, s. p., 
v., ai)Out 26, d. of William Menfeild, 
s. p., )'eom., who consents. At same. 
May 7, 1634. 

Cray, Christopher, of Stanford, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Barnes of 
S. Paul's, Cant., v., 23 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Stephen Barnes of 
S. Paul's, husb , bonds. Feb. 5, 
1628. 

Cray, George, of Sittingbourne, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 27, whose father, 
Cornelius Cray, consents, and Cath- 
erine Toll, s. p., w. of [blank] Toll, 
late s. p., dec. At Bapchild. Stephen 
Harwood of Sittingbourne, saddler, 
bonds. Oct. 21, 1640. 

Crayford, Nathaniel, of Monkton, trum- 
peter, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Goodwin of S. John's in Thanet, v., 
about 23, d. of John Goodwin, s. p., 
who consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Newman of Cant., tap- 
ster, bonds. March 26, 1644. 

Crayford, Richard, of Great iNIongcham, 
g., ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Frances Harwood of Ashford, 
v., about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Richard 
Harwood of Ashford, g, bonds. 
Feb. 9, 1636. 



Creake, Bezaleel, of Gravcncy, maltman, 
ba., about 24, and Ann Chillenden, 
s. p., v., about 23, who, her parents 
being dead, is now living with her 
uncle, John Napleton, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Thomas Chillenden of Faversham, 
and Nicholas Creake of Nonington, 
yeomen, bonds. Oct. 18, 1628'. 

Creed, John, of Faversham, vintner, ba., 
about 28, and Frances Smith, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Alice Smith, a/ias 
Foord, wife of [blank] Foord of 
Sutton Valence, who consents, as is 
testified by Robert Newton of Faver- 
sham, vintner. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. May 1, 1643. 

Cresy, Peter, of Benenden, broadwcaver, 
ba., upwards of 30, and Ann Piniings 
of Hawkhurst, w., upwards of 30. 
relict of John Pimings, late s. p., 
dec. At Benenden. John Cresy of 
Benenden, husb., bonds. Dec. 29, 
1619. 

Cricket, John, of Sandwich, weaver, ba., 
about 27, and Jacomin Slabbin, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of Margaret Slabbin, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by John Bowdler, s. p., tailor, who 
makes and signs this allegation. At 
S. Mary's in Sandwich. Daniel 
Weghe of Sandwich, chirurgeon, 
bonds. Nov. 18, 1644. 

Cripps, Francis, of Maidstone, maltman, 
ba., 19 and upwards, son of Nicholas 
Cripps, s. p., yeom., who (as Edward 
Poore of Langley, tailor, testifies) 
consents, and Alice Tilden of Boxlev, 
maiden, about 19, d. of William Til- 
den, s. p , yeom., who also consents, 
as the said Edward Poore testifies. 
At Bo.xley. Edward Poore of Hol- 
lingbourne, yeom., bonds. June 25, 
1628. 

Cripps, James, of Deal, sailor, ba., about 
24, with the consent of his father, 
William Cripps, and Mary Pratt, s. 
p., maiden, about 25, who, her par- 
ents being dead, is now in the ser- 
vice of Henry Tompsou, s. p., who, 
for his part, consents. At Deal. 
Oct. 6, 1627. 

Cripse, John, of Maidstone, beerbrcwer, 
ba., about 20, son of Nicholas Cripse, 
s. p., who consents, and Mary Rasell, 
s. p., v., 21 and upwards, d. of 
Thomas Rasell, s. p., who also con- 
sents. At Berstead. May 25, 1626. 



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252 



Crips, John, of Loose, hiisb., ba., about 
24, and Frances Joanes of Boughton 
Monchelsea, v., about 23, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under tlie 
govt, of Robert Hickes, who con- 
sents. At Eastling, were many of 
her friends live. Thomas Crips of 
Loose, yeom., bonds. July 18, 1627. 

Cripps, John, of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Agnes Smith, 
s. p., w. of John Smith, late s. p., 
dec. At S. ^L Northgate, Cant. 
Oct. .3, 1634. 

Cripps, Nicholas, of Maidstone, yeom., 
widr., about 55, and Mary Roper of 
Marden, w., about 60, relict of 
[blank] Roper, late s. p., dec. At 
Lynton. Allegation made and signed 
by John Cripps of Maidstone, beer- 
brewer, son of Nicholas aforesaid. 
Thomas Cuckow of Ashford, yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 15, 1634. 

Crippes, Thomas, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 22, whose father consents, and 
Margaret Robbins of Hawkhurst, v., 
about 24, d. of Catherine Robbins, 
s. p., w., who also consents, as is 
testified by George Gillyat of Maid- 
stone, g. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
March 4, 1645. 

Cripps, William, of Maidstone, maltster, 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Joan Bateman of Wormshill, v.. 
about 21, d. of Laurence Bateman, 
s. p., who also consents. At Worms- 
hill. Oct. 27, 1632. &'<? Crispe. 

Crispe, Henry, of Birchington, Esquire, 
widr., about 40, and Frances Hooper 
of Maidstone, w., about 34, relict of 
John Hooper, late of Stockbury, g., 
dec. about 5 years since. At Maid- 
stone or Boxley. April 15, 1623. 

Crispe, Nicholas, of Marden, yeom., 
\vidr.,and Mary Broome of Maidstone, 
w. of Mr. John Broome, late of 
Otham, dec. At Maidstone. John 
Harris of Maidstone, maltster, bonds. 
Nov. 17, 1637. 

Crispe, Roger, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, mariner, ba., about 25, and 
Anna Harbart of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, maiden, about 20, d. of John 
Harbart, s. p.. Jurat, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in S. Feb. 23, 1619. 

Crispe, Thomas, of Loose, yeom., widr., 
and Mary Harman of Maidstone, 
v., about 40. At Maidstone. Robert 
Drust of Marden, clothier, bonds. 
Jan. 3, 1638. See Cripps. 



Crissengam, John, of Hawkhurst, 
husb., ba., about 20, son of John 
Crissengam who consents, as is 
testified by John Farley of Berstead, 
wheeler, and Elizabeth Carter of 
Berstead, w. of John Carter, late 
s. p., dec. At Berstead. Feb. 13, 
1635. ^'c'd'Crassingham, Crossingham. 

Cristee, Andrew, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 29, and Triphena Lenam, 
s. p., w. of Robert Lenam, dec. At 
S. James's in Dover. John Fagg of 
Cant., clothworker, bonds. Dec. 2. 
1634. 

Croft, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 24, and Mary 
Sedger of S Paul's, Cant., maiden, 
about 22, d. of William Sedger, 
s. p., who consents. At Thanington, 
because Mr. Bissell, the curate there, 
hath promised him his marriage 
gratis. Jan, 21, 1624. 

Croft, John, of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
tailor, widr., and Jane Pownall, s. p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At [blank]. Henry Warren of Cant., 
linen draper, and Samuel Holmes, 
s. p., tailor, bonds. April 13, 1640. 

Croft, Robert, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Alice Sampson, s. p., 
maiden, about 25, d. of Thomas 
Sampson, late s. p., dec, and now 
at her own govt. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 16, 1626. 

Croft, Thomas, of Rodinersham, yeom., 
widr., about 60, and Clemence 
Weddingham of Lenham, w., about 
40, relict of Thomas Weddingham, 
late of Teynham, yeom., dec. At 
Milstead. July 20, 1624. 

Croft, Thomas, of Tentcrden, yeom., 
widr., and Ursula Gorham of Faver- 
sham, w. of John Gorham, late dec. 
At Sheldwich. July 2, 1633. 

Croft, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 20, whose father 
consents, and Ursula Owell of Til- 
manstone, v., of the like age, d. of 
James Owell, s. p , yeom., who also 
consents, as is testified by John 
Wood, s. p., husb. At Tiimanstone. 
Oct. 2, 1633. 

Croft, Thomas, of Tiimanstone, yeom., 
widr., and Thomasine Gillow of 
Deal, w. of John Gillow, late s. p., 
dec. At Tiimanstone or Sutton n. 
Dover. Nov. 9, 1642. See Craft, 
Crofts. 



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254 



Croftes, James, of S. Geor<,'e's, Cant., 
saltpc'trcman, ba., about 30, and 
Elizabeth Morgan, s. p., v., about 

23, d. of Thomas Morgan of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., barber, who con- 
sents. At S. Martin's, Cant. May 31, 
1642. 

Crofts, John, and Bennet Mosse, both 
of StaHsfield. Aug. 1, 1643. [From 
the Reg. of S. Peter's, Cant.] 
See Craft, Croft. 

Crompe, &d' Crampe, Crumpe. 

Crookes, John, of Mihon, n. Sitting- 
bourne, g., widr., and Paulina 
Greenstreet of Ospringe, v., 21 and 
upwards, d. of John Greenstreet, 
s. p , g., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Feb. 21, 1630. 

Crookes, Nicholas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, mariner, widr., about 48, 
and "Tobiiha" Saule, s. p., w., 
about 20, relict of Robert Saule, late 
s. p., dec. At same. Dec. 19, 1625. 

Crookes, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, mariner, ba., above 21, and 
Mary Pordage of I3oughton Blean, 
v., about 18, d. of Thomas Pordage, 
s. p., yeom., who is present and 
consents. At Bougliton Blean. 
Allegation made by the said Mary 
Pordage. July 25, 1620. 

Crosse, Jeremy, of Folkestone, sailor, 
ba., about 26, and Agnes Garrett, 
s. p., w. of John Garrett, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 9, 
1632. 

Crosse, Ralph, and Margaret Haselup, 
of S. Paul's, Cant. At same. May 7, 
1632. 

Crossingham, John, of Wittersham, 
yeom., widr., and ]\[ary Tufton, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Dinnis Tufton, 
a/u7s Peene, who consents. At same. 
William Martin, s. p., butcher, bonds. 
July 3, 1637. See Crassingham, 
Crissengam. 

Croston, Richard, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, carpenter, and Mary Roberts, 
s. p., V. At same. March 4, 1621. 

Crouch, Andrew, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, husb., ba., about 26, and 
Dorothy Noore, s. p., maiden, about 
26, d. of Roger Noore of Cant., cut- 
ler, who consents. At Milton. May 

24, 1624. 

Crouch, Daniel, and Ann Carter, of 
Wye. At same. Feb. 3, 1631. 



Crouch, Robert, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
tailor, widr., about 44, and Mary 
Boys, s. p., w., about 32, relict of 
[blank] Boys, late s. p., mariner, 
dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. Oct. 13, 
1623. 

Crouch, Wdliam, of Lyminge, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Nash of Barham, 
w. of William Nash, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. June 13, 1644. 

Croucher (Croocher), James, of Dod- 
dington, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Bridget Jervis of Milstead, v., about 
29, d. of Ralph Jervis, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Robert 
Wood of Doddington, tailor. At 
Holy Cross, Cant. NicholasCroocher 
of Doddington, husb., bonds. Nov. 
23, 1G37. 

Croocher, John, and Ellen Rhodes, of 
Maidstone. At same. Feb. 28, 1639. 

Croucher, Robert, of Wychling, husb., 
widr., and Sylvester Py of Dodding- 
ton, w. of Jeffery Py, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. William 
Catlet and Geoffrey Skeer, of Dod- 
dington, yeom., bonds. June 12, 
1637. 

Croucher, Roger, of Whitstable, miller, 
ba., about 21, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Coppin, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose mother consents, as 
is testified by Richard Joanes of Sea- 
saUer, bricklayer. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Gilman of Whitstable, 
seafaringman, bonds. June 27, 1636. 

Croucher, Walter, of Milstead, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Daston, 
s. p., w. of Robert Daston, late dec. 
At All Saints', Cant. Richard 
Rayner of Frinstead, carpenter, 
bonds. Feb. 18, 1635. 

Crouch man, Flenry, of Mersham, 
yeom., ba., about 28, and Ann 
Raynes, s. p., v., about 30, whose 
mother, Mary Sabb, vv., consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. William 
Owsnam of Wye, baker, bonds. 
May 11th, 1637. 

Crouch man, George, of Ivychurch, 
yeom., ba., about 27, whose father, 
George Crouchman the elder, con- 
sents, and Catheiine Gilbert of 
Brookland, v., ab(nit 20 or 21, d. of 
William Gilbert of Fairfield, yeom., 
who also consents. At Ivychurch. 
May 11, 1640. 



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256 



Crouchman, George, of Ivychurch, 
yeom., widr., and Mary Keinber of 
Appledore, v., about 25 or 26, d. of 
]\Iartha Kember, alias Hayward, wife 
of Thomas Hayward, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Appledore or 
Brookland. Edmund Wattes of 
Appledore, yeom., bonds. Feb 21. 
1642. 

Crowde, Henry, of Wye, cooper, widr., 
about 70, and Margaret Floud, alias 
Floyd, s. p., v., about 33, at her own 
govt. At lioughton Aliiph. July 31, 
1627. 

Crowd, John, of River, weaver, ba., 
about 28, and Jane Parke, s. p., spr., 
about 26, d. of i\Ir. Edward Parke, 
clerk, vicar of River, who consents. 
At S. George's, Cant. Edward Parke 
of River, carpenter, bonds. Nov. 1, 
1624. 

Ci^ower, George, of Hartlip, blacksmith, 
widr., and Catherine Kerby, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Kerby, dec. At S. Aljjh- 
r'lgc, Cant. Richard Allen of Baden 
['? Borden], g., bonds. April21, 1642. 

Crowherst, Albert, of Woodchurch, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Elizabeth 
Philpott, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
Edward Philpott, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. June 19, 1627. 

Crowhurst, Edward, of Addington in 
Kent, yeom., ba., about 40, and 
Dorothy Whitfeild of Bekesbourne, 
v., 30 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Paul's, Cant., or 
Patri.xbourne. Jacobus Whitfeild of 
Bekesbourne, g., bonds. Dec. 12, 1660. 

Crown idge, Richard, of Boughton Mon- 
chelsea, tanner, ba., about 40, and 
loan Hony, s. p.. w. of Michael 
Hony, lale s. p., dec. At same. 
Robert Crownidge of Loose, weaver, 
bonds. Oct. 9, 1629. 

Croyden, Samuel, of Thanington, g., 
ba., about 24, and Mildred Broome 
of Heme, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Thanington. 
March 5, 1625. 

Croyden, Thomas, of Faversham, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 26, and Mary 
Silver, s. p., w. of George Silver, 
late s. p., dec. At Preston or 
Goodtiestone n. Faversham. Sept. 
23, 1645. 

Crumpe (Crompe), James, of Fritten- 
den, carpi-nter, ba., about 27. and 
Margery Cosen, s. p., v., about 23, 



d. of Bridget Cosen, w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by William 
Crumpe, s. p., carpenter. At same. 
John Swift of Cant., mason, bonds. 
'March 4, 1638. 

Crompe, John, of Hythe, schoolmaster, 
widr., about 50, and Ann Hutson, 
s. p., w., about 44, relict of Paul 
Hutson, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Nov. 29, 1625. 

Crumpe, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., widr., and Marj' Crumpe of 
Heme, w. of Samuel Crumpe, late 
dec. At S. Margaret's. Cant. Aug. 
8, 1635. 

Crumpe, Walter, of Leeds, innholder. 
widr.. and "Anne or Agnes" 
Champin of INLiidstone, spr., about 
45, whose parents are dead. At 
Leeds. Walter Crump, Jun., of 
Leeds, husb., and William Crumpe 
of Harrietsham, barber, bonds. Al- 
legation made and signed by Edward 
Poore of Leeds, yeom. June 19, 1640. 

Cruttenden, Edward, of Woodchurch. 
husb., widr., and Ellen Wraight of 
Bilsington, w. of Christopher 
Wraight, late dec. At Bilsington. 
Oct. 5, 1630. 

Cruttenden, Edward, of Woodchurch, 
husb., widr., and Mary Levendale of 
Hethersden, w. of Thomas Levendale, 
late s. p., dec. At Halden. William 
INLiy of Bethersden, linen weaver, 
bonds. Nov. 13, 1632. 

Cruttenden, Edward, of Woodchurch, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Norley 
of Stone in O.xney, w. of William 
Norley, late s. p., dec. At Stone in 
O. March 10, 1641. 

Cruttenden, Henry, of Benenden, and 
Elizabeth Sharpe, s. p. At same. 
Feb. 16, 1624. 

Cruttenden, Philemon, of Old Romney, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Mary 
Kingsnode of Lydd, v., about 20, d. 
of Dorothy, now the wife of Robert 
Smith, who consents, as is testified 
by the curate of O. Romney. At O. 
Romnej'. George Winter of AUing- 
ton, yeom., bonds. Sept. 29, 1636. 
Noli'. Henry Cuffen was " minister" 
at O. Romney at this time. 

Cruttenden, William, of Cranbrook, 
woollendraper, ba., about 23, son of 
Thomas Cruttenden of Burwash in 
Sussex, who consents, and Elizabeth 
March of Cianbrook, v., about 18, 



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d. of Alexander IMarch, s. p.. mercer, 
who makes and signs this allegation. 
At Cranbrook. Lawrence Foster of 
Cranbrook, yeom., bonds. Feb. 1, 
16:36. 

Cruttweil, Edmond, of Biddenden, 
clothier, ba., about 26, and Rebecca 
Peat, s. p., v., about 27, whose 
mother, [blank] Peat, w., consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Edward 
Jorden of Biddenden, yeom., bonds. 
April 9, 1634. 

Crux, John, of IMilton n. Sittingbourne, 
mercer, widr., about 30, and Eliza- 
beth Ellwyn of Stalisfield, v., about 
22, d. of Henry Ellwine, s. p., g., 
who consents. At Leaveland. Jan, 
16, 1625. 

Crux, John, of Milton n, Sittingbourne, 
sailor, ba., about 30, and Marian 
Godfrey, s. p., v., 18 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Dec. 17, 1627. 

Crux, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, mariner, widr., about 45, and 
Margaret Loome of Dover, w. of 
Edward Loome, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. John Loome of 
Dover, innholder, bonds. June 22, 
1636. 

Cuckowe (Cookoe), George, of Charing, 
linenweaver, widr., and Ann Greene- 
streete of Islinge [Eastling], w. of 
Robert Greenstreete, late dec. At 
Islinge. Nov. 9, 1629. 

Cuckow, Thomas, of Ashford, beer- 
brewer, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Nowre, s. p., maiden, about 18, d. 
of John Nowre, s. p., butcher, who 
consents, as is testified by Paul Paris, 
s. p., yeom. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. April 3, 1621, 

Cuffin, Henry, of Bennington, clerk, 
widr.. about 30, and Ann Oldfield 
of Burmarsh, w. of Thomas Oldfield, 
late dec. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. July 6, 1631. 

Cullen, Abraham, of Hernhill, and Alice 
Drincker, s. p. At Seasalter. June 14, 
1619. 

Cu Hinge, Henry, of Monkton, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Margaret Good- 
wyn of Bekesbourne, v., about 30, 
d. of Daniel Goodwyn, s. p., who 
consents. At Bekesbourne. Nov. 16, 
1625. 

Culling, Henry, of Ospringc, yeom., 
widr., and Katherine Gibbons of 



Bettishanger, v., about 34, d. of William 
Gibbons, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Sutton n. Dover. June 27, 1634. 

Cullen, James, of Dover, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Bennet Kirby of Ash, 
v., about 21, d. of John Kerb}-, late 
s. p., yeom., dec. : her brother-in- 
law, James Poute of Ash, yeom., 
" being living and now to pay her 
her portion," consents. At Ash. 
July 5, 1624. 

Cullen, James, of Dover, cordwainer, 
widr., about 40, and Angelica Tailer 
of Hougham, v., about 20, d. of 
John Tailer, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 21, 1629. 

Culling, James, of Rainham, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Mary King s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Robert King and 
Jane his wife, dec, and now at her 
own govt. At Bredhurst. George 
Goldocke of Rainham, g., bonds. 
April 21, 1634. 

Cullen, Matthew, of Elmstead, and 
Elizabeth Wisdome of Stelling. At 
Stclling. Feb. 8, 1629. 

Cu Hinge, Matthew, of Tunstall, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Ady of 
Sittingbourne, v., about 22, whose 
mother consents. At Tunstall. 
Robert Bridges of Cant., beerbrewer, 
bonds. July 16, 1636. 

Culling, Michael, of Monks Horton, 
tailor, widr., about 46, and Susan 
Tyler of Newington n. Hythe, 
maiden, about 23, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Nov. 17, 1626. 

Cullen, Richard, of Dover, grocer, ba., 
about 25, and Ellen Langdon of 
Hythe, v., about 19, d. of Mary 
Langdon, s. p., w., who consents, as 
is testified by Joseph Lopper of 
Dover, mariner. At Hythe or 
Lympne. John Vincent of the Pre- 
cincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., lay-clerk, 
bonds. July 10, 1638. 

Cu Hinge, Thomas, of Hythe, yeom., 
widr., about 46, and Elizabeth 
Alcocke of Snave, w. of William 
Alcocke, s. p., husb., dec. about 6 
years since. At Snave. June 18, 
1621. 

Cullen, Thomas, of Harbledown, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Margaret Fleet of 
S. Dun.stan's, Cant., v., 28, whose 
mother consents. At Eythorne. 

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William Foster of Cant., g., bonds. 
April 18, 1635. 

Cullen, Thomas, of Ospringe, yeom., 
ba., about 26, whose parents are 
dead, and Mary Binge of Selling, v., 
about 25 or 26, d. of Nicholas Binge, 
s. p., yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by John Gates of Oare, 
yeom. At Selling or Oare. June 4, 
1642. 

Cullen, Thomas, of S. Maiy's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 25, and Sarah 
Alderstone, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
[blank] Alderston, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
Cullen of Dover, grocer. At S. 
Mary's in D., or Charlton. John 
Vincent of Ch. Ch., Cant., lay-clerk, 
bonds. Jan. 26, 1642. 

Culling, Thomas, of Smeeth, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Gouldsmith of 
Stowting, v., about [blank], d. of 
Ralph Gouldsmith, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Stowting. June 12, 
1644. 

Culling, William, of Fawkenhurst, 
husb., widr., about 36, and Elizabeth 
Dive of Stanford, maiden, about 29, 
d. of W^illiam Dive, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. July 19, 1624. 

Culling, William, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
brewer, ba., about 21, Avhose father 
consents, and Amy Butcher of 
Adisham, v., about 20, d. of John 
Butcher, s. p., yeom., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by James 
Glover of Cant., grocer. At Bekes- 
V)0urne. June 5, 1633. 

Culling, William, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
beerbrewer, widr., and Elizabeth 
Swinford of S. Paul's, Cant., w. of 
[blatdv] Swinford, dec. At S. Paul's. 
)an. 31, 1637. 

Cullen, William, of Blackfriars, London, 
M.A., ba., about 34, and Hanna 
Vcrplanken of S. James's in Dover, 
w. of Bartholomew Verplanken, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Clement's in 
Sandwich or S. James's in Dover. 
Thomas Cullen sen. of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, bonds. Aug. 14, 1640. 

Cullins, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 19, at his own 
govt., and Ellen Redfoote, s. p., 
w., about 28, relict of John Redfoote, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Dec. 19, 1625. 



Culmer, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
mariner, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Kingsford of 
Great Mongeham, maiden, about 21, 
d. of John Kingsford, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Simon Prichard, s. p. At S. George's, 
Cant. Dec. 21, 1626. 

Culmer, Thomas, of Faversham, tailor, 
ba., about 28, and Margaret Harris 
of Wingham, v.. about 24, d. of 
[blank] Harris, dec. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Sept. 9, 1633. 

Culmer, Thomas, of Langlcy, yeom., 
widr., and Ann West of S. John's in 
Thanet, w. of James West, late of 
Birchington, dec. At S. ^Margaret's, 
Cant. Henry Weeld of S. John's in 
T., yeom., bonds. April 5, 1637. 

Cu I pepper, Sir Alexander, of Goudhurst, 
Knight, widr., about 42, and Jane 
Burrell of Cranbrook, maiden, about 
21, d. of Ninian Burrell, late of 
Cuckfield in Sussex, Esquire, dec, 
and now under the govt, of Peter 
Courthop of Cranbrook, g., " and 
of Jane Courthop, alias Burrell, wife 
of the said Peter of the same her 
mother who both appeared person- 
ally and gave their consents." At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. March 29, 1624. 

Culpepper, Sir John, of Hollingbourne, 
Knight, widr., and Judith Culpepper, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Sir Thomas 
Culpepper, s. p., Knight, who con- 
sents, as is testified by William 
Cragge, clerk, vicar of Holling- 
bourne, who makes and signs this 
allegation. At Huckinge. John 
Culpepper, miles, and Thomas Cul- 
pepper, 7niles, both of Hollingbourne, 
bonds. Jan. 12, 1630. 

Colepepyr, Sir Thomas, of Dover 
Castle, Knight, ba., about 35, and 
Dame Barbara Strangford of West- 
enhanger, w. of the Hon. Viscount 
Lord Thomas Strangford, late dec. 
At Ch. Ch., Cant. Lsaac Bargrave, 
D.D., Dean of Ch. Ch., bonds. Jan. 
24, 1636. 

Culpepper, William, clerk, M.A., par- 
son of Wychling, ba., about 27, and 
Margaret Allen of Stouting, v., about 
20, d. of the worshipful Richard 
Allen, D.D., and parson there, who 
consents. At Stouting. Robert 
Evering of Kingsdown, g., bonds. 
April 29, 1633. 



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Culver, Thomas, of Holy Cross, Cant,, 
miller, ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Baker of River, maiden, about 28, 
d. of William Baker, s. p., miller, 
who consents. At S. George's, 
Cant. Dec. 27, 162.5. 

Culverden, Robert, of Lydd, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 31, whose father, 
Robert Culverden, consents, and 
Elizabeth Lull, s. p., v., about 21, 
whose parents are dead, and she is 
now at the govt, of Thomas Tookey, 
s. p., who also consents, as is testi- 
fied by Edward White of Cant., 
cordwainer. At Folkestone. Dec. 
27, 1638. 

Cumber, James, of the Hospital of S. 
Bartholomew n. Sandwich, labourer, 
ba., about 24, and Willmont Para- 
mor of Little Mongeham, maiden, 
about 24, d. of Stephen Paramor, 
late of Worth, husb., dec. about 10 
years since, and now at her own 
govt. At S. Peter's in Sandwich. 
Allegation made and signed by Rich- 
ard Verear of Little Mongeham, 
yeom. March 12, 1620. 

Cumber, John, of Smeeth, husb., widr., 
and Isabel Oliver, s. p., v., about 27, 
d. of William Oliver, who consents. 
At same. Thomas Chary of Nettle - 
stead, gardener, bonds. Oct. 4, 
1639. 

Cumberland. &<? Comberland. 

Cu m m i ng(Coming), John, of Ruckinge, 
husb., widr., and Elizabeth Gillett, 
s. p., w. of Robert Gillett, late of 
Newchurch, dec. At S. George's, 
Cant. Thomas Kincham of Ncw- 
enden, husb., bonds. Sept. 22, 1631. 

Cuningham, Jeremy, of St. Olave's in 
Southwark, Surrey, sailor, ba., about 
24, and Ann Bayley of S. James's in 
Dover, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Edward Bayley, late of Dover, dec, 
her mother also dec, and she now 
at her own govt. Agnes Munter, 
aunt of the said Ann, appears person- 
ally and consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. John Williamson of St. 
Olave's aforesaid, mariner, bonds. 
April 16, 1622. 

Cunney, John, of Marden, clothworkcr. 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Dorothy Coates, s. p., spr., about 25, 
d. of John Coates, dec, and now at 
herowngovt. At same, Feb. 6, 1621. 



Cuntry, Richard, of Deal, vintner, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Bennet Andrew, s. p., maiden, about 
18, whose father being dead, is now 
under the govt., of Judith Home, 
otherwise Andrew, wife of Edward 
Home, s. p., g., who consents, as is 
testified by the oath of the said 
Edward. At Deal. April 26, 1624. 

Cuper, Jasper, of Sandwich, gardener, 
ba., about 21. and Magdalen Smith, 
s. p., w. of John Smith, late s. p., 
dec. At Holy Cross, Cant. Peter 
Calles of Sandwich, gardener, and 
Philip Mesman of Cant., silkweaver, 
bonds. July 12, 1637. Note. "Cooper" 
in the margin, but the allegation is 
signed Jasper de Cuyper. In Holy 
Holy Cross Reg. the name is entered 
as Cuper. 

Cupis, William, of All Saints', Cant., 
worsted weaver, widr., and Elizabeth 
Titterdcn of S. Alphage, Cant., v., 
about 25. At Holy Cross, Cant. 
John Knott of the Gray Friars, Cant., 
silkweaver, bonds. Jan. 5, 1645. 

Curling, George, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba., 26 and up- 
wards, and Mary Bennett, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, whose mother, 
Mary Bennet, alias Coppin, wife of 
Roger Coppin, s. p., consents, as is 
testified by Samuel Crumpe, s. p., 
husb. At S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
for that he hath bidden and appointed 
his guests and such as shall accom- 
pany him at his wedding there to 
meet him the day prefixed for the 
solemnization. May 22, 1626. 

Curling, George, the younger, of S. 
Lawrence in Thanet, fisherman, ba., 
about 21, son of George Curling the 
elder, s. p., who consents, and 
Martha Witherden of S. Peter's, in 
Thanet, v., of the like age, d. of 
George Witherden, s. p., cordwainer, 
who also consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Jan. 24, 1638. 

Curling, George, and Elizabeth Coppin, 
of S. Lawrence, Thanet. Aug. 3, 
1643. [From the Reg. of S. Mildred'.s, 
Cant.] 

Curling, George, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, widr., and Agnes 
Read of S. Peter's in Thanet, w. of 
Robert Read, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Lawrence in T. Dec. 18, 1645. 



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264 



Curling, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 2o, and Elizabeth 
Wood of Leeds, maiden, about 22, 
d. of Thomas Wood, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Lawrence, 
Thanet. John Lumce {?) of the 
Hospital of S. Nicholas, Harble- 
down, clerk, bonds. May 28. 1622. 

Curling, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 43, and Catherine 
Warrener, s. p., w., about 44, relict 
of Henry Warrener, late s. p., dec. 
At Monkton, for that she hath many 
friends abiding there, who are already 
bidden and invited to meet them at 
the same church on Thursday next, 
the day prefixed for their wedding. 
Jan. 16, 1626. 

Curlinge, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
g., widr., and Mary Norwood, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Nicholas Nor- 
wood, late s. p., dec, and now at her 
own govt. At same. George Ever- 
den of S. Martin " ad montem," 
Cant., maltster, bonds. Sept. 30, 
1633. 

Curling, John, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Agnes Fearcman, 
s. p., v., 19, d. of William Faireman, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas New, s. p., blacksmith. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 21, 1635. 

Curling, Michael, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, husb., ba., about 30, son of 
Silvester Curling of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, who consents, and Alice 
Hogben of S. Peter's in T., v., about 
26, d. of Thomasine Hogben, s. p., 
w., who also consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. John Russell of S. 
Peter's in T., yeom., bonds. July 

15, 1639. 

Curling, Roger, and Elizabeth Garret, 
of S. Peter's in Sandwich. At same. 
Feb. 23, 1627. 

Curling, Sylvester, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet," husb,, widr., and Ann 
Young, s. p., w. of Robert Young, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
June 23, 1645. 

Curling, William, of Minsterin Thanet, 
husb., widr., and Margaret Tayler, s. 
D., v., about 28, whose parents are 
dead. At S. George's, Cant. Jan. 

16, 1631. 

Curl is, Joseph, of Maidstone, brick- 
maker, ba., about 25, and Ann Wells, 



s. p., w. of James Wells, late dec. 
At S. Paul's, Cant. Nov. 2, 1636. 

Curies, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
tanner, widr., about 40, and Margery 
Butcher of S. George's, Cant., w., 
about 43, relict of Osmond Butcher, 
s. p., collarmaker, dec. about 12 
months since. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. April 24, 1622. 

Curtis, Henry, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, widr., and Mary Sergeant, 
s. p., v., about 18, d. of William 
Sergeant, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by John Barley, s. p., baker. 
At same or at Charlton. July 22, 
1642. 

Curtis, John, of Hythe, seaman, ba., 20 
and upwards, whose father, Robert 
Curtis, consents, and Sylvester 
Adams, s. p., w. of John Adams, 
late s. p , dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Ferdinand Bassocke of Hythe, 
haberdasher, and John Browne of 
Cant., yeom., bonds. May 7, 1641. 

Curtis, John, of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
butcher, ba., about 29, and Joan Ash- 
ley, s. p., w. of John Ashley, late s. 
p., dec. At Thanington. Thomas 
Carey of Cant., Cordwainer, bonds. 
Jan. 11, 1642. 

Curtis, Matthew, of Faversham, malts- 
ter, widr., and Ann Humphrey of 
Wye, v., about 40, at her own govt. 
At Wye. Robert Wacher and Thomas 
Cage, both of Hackington, husband- 
men, bonds. March 17, 1635. 

Curtis, Peter, of Deal, mariner, ba., 
about 28, and Priscilla Hull, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, d. of Robert Hull, 
s. p., who consents. At Deal. John 
Hull, s. p., grocer, bonds. Dec. 15, 
1619. 

Curtis, Robert, of Plythe, fisherman, 
widr., about 40, and Ann Brett, s. p., 
maiden, about 33, d. of Richard Brett 
of Sturry, husb., dec. about 12 years 
since, and now at her own govt. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Aug. 19. 1622. 

Curtis, Robert, of Tenterden, g., and Ann 
Kemp of Dover, v., about 25, d. of 
Edward Kempe of S. James's in 
Dover, g., who consents. At S. 
James's or S. Mary's in Dover. 
Allegation made and signed by John 
Witherden of Tenterden, g., the said 
Mr. Curtis being prevented from 
coming in person by " some business 
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266 



Curtis, Robert, of Hythc, fisherman, 
widr., and Margaret Harper, s. p., 
w. of Abraham Harper, late of Ivy- 
church, dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jacobus Gibson of Ehnstead, yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 5, 1639. 

Curtis, Robert, of Hythe, fisherman, 
widr., and Susan Whineats of Sand- 
wich, w. of Richard Whineats, late 
s. p., dec. At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
Jacobus Gibson of Elmstead, yeom., 
and Thomas Hudson of Hythe, fish- 
erman, bonds. June 5, 1643. 

Curtis, William, of Tenterden (son of 
Sarah Curtis, s. p., w.) ba., about 28, 
"at his own govt., with the consent 
of his mother," and Elizabeth Lan- 
cashere of Chilham, about 18, d. of 
Elizabeth Seller, s. p , who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Mr. Henry 
Seller, clerk, curate of Chilham. At 
Chilham. Stephen Thomas of Crun- 
dale, clerk, bonds. Jan. 23, 1637. 

Cushman, Job, of Hawkhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 23, whose father, Edward 
Cushman, s. p., consents, and Jane 
Sedger, of Cant., v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At Goudhurst or 
Hawkhurst. Josia Gosse of Cant., 
grocer, and Robert Gosse of Little- 
bourne, fellmonger, bonds. July 
23, 1611. 

Cushman, William, the elder, of Lydd, 
beerbrcwer, widr., about 50, and 
Margaret Knell of New Komney, w., 
about 30, relict of William Knell, s. 
p., tailor, dec. At New Romney. 
April 29, 1622. 

Cutbeard, John, of Staplehurst, husb., 
widr., and Susan Lcanham, s. p., w. 
of John Leanham, late dec. At 
Loose. lohn Howell of Cant., sayer, 
and William Warner, s. p., labourer, 
bonds. Aug. 22, 1633. 

Cutbert, Henry, of Brookland, husb., 
widr., and Ann Smith of Bilsington, 
w. of Richard Smith, late s. p., dec. 
At Bilsington. Thomas RLarshall of 
Cant., pewterer, bonds. Sept. 23, 
1639. 

Cutbush, Edward, of Newenden, yeom., 
widr., and Martha Fetter of Sand- 
hurst, w. of John Fetter, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Harbert Fetter of Cant., tanner, 
bonds. July 3, 1632. 

Cutbush, Edward, the younger, of 
Newenden, yeom., ba., about 22, 



whose father, Edward Cutbush the 
elder, consents, and Mary Fetter, 
s. p., v., about 17, d. of Martha 
Fetter, alias Cutbush, wife of the 
said Edward Cutbush the elder, who 
also consents. At same. Richard 
Bull of Bethersden, yeom., bonds. 
June 24, 1639. 

Cutbush, Richard, of Newenden, husb., 
ba., about 48, and Mary Santoe, s. p., 
v., about 32, whose parents are dead 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard 
Bull of Bethersden, yeom., bonds. 
Aug. 13, 1640. 

Cuyper, de Cuvper. See Cuper. 

Dabbs, James, of Detling, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Dorothy Boorman, 
s. p., w. of Richard Boorman, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Feter's, Cant. 
John Dabbs of Tunstall, husb., 
bonds. March 11, 1643. 

Dabbs, John, of Headcorn, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Fulleger, alias 
Domine, s. p., v., about 19, \\\\o, her 
parents being dead, is now at the 
govt, of her brother. Christopher 
Fullager, alias Domine, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At Headcorn or 
Boughton Malherbe. Dec. 15, 1638. 

Dabbs, Thomas, of Maidstone, cord- 
wainer, widr., about 43, and Mary 
Carter of Berstead, w., about 42, 
relict of John Carter, late s. p., dec. 
At All Saints', Cant. Sept. 6, 1626. 

Dad, Edward, of Wingham, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Jane Doorne, s. p., v.. 
about 22, d. of John Doorne, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Margaret Fope, s. p. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Caut. April 29, 1628. 
Note. " Vacat " entered in the 
margin. 

Dad, John, of Newington, and Mary 
Tuchinall of Hartlip. At Hartlip. 
Feb. 8, 1633. 

Dad, John, of Sellinge, yeom., widr., 
and Mary Thompson of Lyminge, 
w. of Thomas Thompson, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Aug. 4, 1634. 

Dadd, John, of Kennington, bricklayer, 
widr., and Susan Fanton, s. p., v., 
about 37, whose parents are dead. 
At Willesborough. John Cranford 
of Thanington, tailor, bonds. Feb. 
15, 1643. 

Dadd, Reginald, of the parish of S. 
Nicholas, Harbledown, and Ann 



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Middleton of SS. Cosmus and Damian, 
Blean. At latter. Feb. 18, 1639. 

Dadson, James, of Stalisfield, linen- 
weaver, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Elmestone of Len- 
ham, v., about 19, d. of Isaac Elme- 
.stone, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. April 26, 1632. 

Daftie [in the margin Duftie], William, 
of S. Lawrence in Thanet, hush., 
ba., about 27, and Catherine Sayer, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Sayer, late s, p., 
dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. William 
Newing and John Oldfield of S. 
Lawrence, husbandmen, bonds. Dec. 
27, 1634. 

Dale, Edward, of Staple, yeom., ba., 
about 28, and Margaret Awsten of 
Ickham, v., about 19, d. of Richard 
Awsten, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Ickham. Nov. 19, 1634. 

Dale, John, of Northbourne, husb., ba., 
about 21, and Ann Allen, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Susan Allen, 
s. p., w., who consents. At same. 
Sept. 18, 1627. 

Dale, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
butcher, widr., and Joan Watson of 
Elhani, v., about 21, d. of John 
Watson, s. p., husb., who consents, 
as is testified by Lawrence Robinson 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., wagoner. 
At Holy Cross. April 24, 1635. 

Dale, John, of Northbourne, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Rickman, s. p., 
spr. At S. George's, Cant. March 
26, 1641. 

Dale, Richard, clerk, curate of S. Thomas 
" Tiiappostle in Thisle" of Harty, 
widr.. about 27, and Margaret Parker 
of Stone, w., about 30, relict of 
Nicholas Parker, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Thomas aforesaid. Oct. 10, 1625. 

Dale, Simon, ol INIoates Bullwoorkc n. 
Dover, g., b., abont 38, and Dorothy 
Monins, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Stephen Monins, Mayor of Dover, 
who consents. At S. James's in 
Dover. Edward Ward of Dover, 
clerk, bonds. July 14, 1629. 

Dale, Stephen, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 24, whose father 
consents, and Ann Washington, 
s. p., v., d. of Robert Washington, 
s. p , tailor, who also consents. At 
S. Michael's, Harbledown. Henry 
Champney of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
locksmith, bonds. Feb. 3, 1633. 



Dale, William, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., tailor, ba., about 30, and 
Mary Deuley of Hollingbourne, v., 
about 21, d. of [blank] Deuley, dec, 
and now at her own govt. At Ch. 
Ch., Cant. Thomas Weekes, yeom., 
and Thomas Weekes, bookseller, 
both of the Precincts aforesaid, 
bonds. Nov. 15. 1632. 

Dale, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 25, and Mary Ward 
of All Saints', Cant., v., about 21, 
d. of John Ward, s. p., joiner, who 
consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Francis Pepper of Dover, sailor, 
bonds. April 22, 1637. 

Dal laplea, Thomas, of Appledore, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Su.san Shervall, s. p., w. of William 
Sharvall, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Edmund Wattes 
of Appledore, yeom., bonds. Nov. 
13, 1638. 

Dal laplea, Thomas, of Appledore, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Mason, s. p., w. of 
William Mason, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Edmund 
Wattes of Appledore, yeom., bonds. 
Nov. 25, 1640. 

Dal left, John, of Iden in Sussex, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Susan Cheese- 
man, w., about 36, relict of William 
Cheeseman of Iden aforesaid, yeom., 
dec. about Easter last. At Apple- 
dore. Sept. 8, 1620. 

Dalley, Edward, of Godmersham, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Joan Carter, s. p., 
v., 20 and upwards, d. of William 
Carter, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Oct. 16, 1643. 

Dally, George, of Faversham, carpenter, 
ba., about 35, and Ellen Browne, 
s. p., w. of John Browne, late s. p., 
dec. At same. March 26, 1632. 

Dalle, John, and Martha Hatch, of S. 
Clement's in Sandwich. At same. 
Feb. 28, 1639. 

Dalley, ]\Iark, of Godmersham, labourer, 
widr., about 50, and Elizabeth Cuf- 
fin, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
Robert Cuffin, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. June 6, 1620. 

Dally, Richard, of Hastingleigh, husb., 
and Mary Homes of Chilham, v. 
At Chilham. Feb. 23, 1622. 

Dally, William, of Maidstone, husb.,ba., 
about 29, and Jertude {sic) Butcher, 



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s.. p., w. of John Butcher, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Feb. 8, 1620. 

Dal ling, James, of Maidstone, thread- 
maker, ba., about 24, and Susan 
Gourly, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Isaac Gourley, dec, and now in the 
govt, of Abraham Gourley, s. p., 
threadmaker, who consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. Henry Ayerst of 
Maidstone, threadmaker, bonds. 
April 9, 1632. 

Dambrell, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
and Susan Jely, s. p. At same. Dec. 
27, 1623. 

Dambrell, Richard, of Dover, seaman, 
ba., 26, and Susan Hudson, s. p., v., 
about 23, her father, Guy Hudson, 
being absent at sea, and her mother 
consenting. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
Jacobus Hornesey of Cant., innhol- 
der. bonds. May 23, 1643. 

Dam m in, Henry, of Faversham, and 
Abigail Bacheler, s. p. At same. 
Mafch 6, 1619. 

Damon, Thomas, of Davington, yeom., 
widr., and Susan Phillipps of Faver- 
sham, v., about 30, d. of Mr. John 
Phillipps, clerk, vicar of Faversham, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Abraham Rye, s. p., mariner. At 
All Saints', Cant. Matthew Dawes 
of Faversham, shoemaker, bonds. 
May 17, 1632. 

Damon, William, of Davington, seaman, 
ba., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, and Margaret Damon of 
Faversham, v., about 22, whose 
parents are also dead. At Daving- 
ton. John Cadman of Davington, 
seaman, bonds. July 24, 1640. 

Dancaster, William, and Ann Browne, 
of S. Peter's in Thanet. At same. 
Feb. 11, 1629. 

Dancey, Richard, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., g., ba., about 44, and Jane 
Winter, s. p., maiden, about 25, 
whose mother, Rose Winter, s. p , 
w., consents. At same. John Winter 
of Cant., g., bonds. Oct. 31, 1625. 

Dand, James, of Faversham, g., ba., 25 
and upwards, whose motherconsents, 
and Dorothy Wroughton of Dover, 
v., about 24, at her own govt. At S. 
Mary's in Dover, Denton or Hough- 
am. Dec. 23, 1641. 

Dane, John, of Ashford, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Wrineley of Willcs- 
borough, w. of [blank] Wrineley, 



late of London, dec. At Willesborough. 
April 10, 1634. 

Dane, Robert, of Preston n. Faversham, 
yeom., ba., about 35, and Thomasine 
Downe of Stalisfield, v., about 27, d. 
of Edward Downe, s. p., )-eom., who 
consents. At Preston n. F. Nov. 
4, 1645. 

Dane, Thomas, of Challock, yeom., ba., 
about 29, and Elizabeth Cooke, s. p., 
v., about 1 9, d. of Jervase Cooke, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At Thaning- 
ton. May 15, 1644. 

Dane, William, of Throwley, yeom , ba., 
about 34, and Elizabeth Hickes of 
Stalisfield, v., about 24, d. of Robert 
Hickes, s. p., who consents. At 
Stalisfield or Hollingbourne. William 
Tritton of Throwley, yeom., bonds. 
Jan. 29, 1643. 

Danford, Giles, of Bethersden, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Heaste, s. p., w., about 25, relict of 
John Heaste, late s. p., dec. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. June 29, 1620. 

Daniel I, John, and Elizabeth Robertes, 
of S. lAIary's in Sandwich. At same. 
May 22, 1626. 

Daniel, John, and Ann Elwood, of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich. At same. Dec. 
1, 1635. 

Daniel, John, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, cordwainer, widr., and Ellen 
Fawkly of Deal, v., about 18, d. of 
John Fawkly, s. p., who consents. 
At Deal. William Welton of Cant., 
victualler, bonds. Dec. 12, 1636. 

Daniel I, John, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., and Ursula 
Vidian of Eastchurch, w. of Stephen 
Vidian, late s. p., dec. At East- 
church. John Morsting of Milton 
n. S., yeom., bonds. June 11, 1639. 

Daniel I, Richard, of Faversham, seaman, 
ba., 23 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead, and Bennet Tilden, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of Henry Tilden, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified 
by Dennis Wharton, s. p., brazier. 
At Luddenham. Jan. 26, 1640. 

Daniel I, William, of Stanford, ranger, 
ba., about 27, and Catherine Poole, 
s. p., w. of William Poole, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Thomas Cogger of Stanford, yeom., 
bonds. Jan. 19, 1629. 

Dann (Dan), James, of Harrietsham, 
wheeler, ba., about 26, and Eliza- 



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beth Frid, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Alexander Frid, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. George's, Cant. 
Sept. 20, 1631. 

Dann, James, of Halstow, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Ursula Edwardes, 
s. p., w. of Alexander Edwardes, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Nicholas 
Wyborne of Gillingham, seafaring- 
man, bonds. May 14, 1634. 

Dan, John, brother of Thomas Smith by 
the mother's side, of Rainham, 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Agnes 
Wyborowe of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, maiden, about 18, whose 
mother, [blank] Wyborow, w., con- 
sents. At Rainham. Allegation 
made and signed (his mark) by the 
above said Thomas Smith of Rain- 
ham, yeom. July 18, 1620. 

Dann, \Villiam, of Rainham, carpenter, 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Cullen, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of James 
Cullen, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by Henry Norreys, 
s. p., g. At same. June 4, 1631. 

Danton, William, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Joan Stuppell, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of George Stuppell, 
s. p., weaver, who consents. At 
S. M. Rlagdalene, Cant. Steph'us dc 
Eastry, husb., bonds. Dec. 2, 1644. 

Darby, John, of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
sailor, ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Hincklin, s. p., w., about 25, relict 
of Robert Hincklin, late s. p., dec. 
At same. April 6, 1629. 

Darby, John, of Maidstone, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Ruffen of Thurn- 
ham, w. of Thomas Ruften, late of 
Minster in Shcppy, dec. At Thurn- 
ham. Allegation made and signed 
by Edward Poore of Leeds, husb. 
Sept. 24, 1640. 

Darby, Thomas, of Borden, yeom., ba., 
about 40, and Elizabeth Reynoldcs, 
s. p., v., about 25, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Oct. 
25, 1632. 

Darell, Edward, of Little Chart, g., ba , 
about 22, whose father consents, 
and Dorothy Kipping, s. p., v., about 
fourteen, "her parents being dead 
and shee haueing noe legall gover- 
nor." At L. Chart, Egerton or 
Charing. Roger Kent of Chartham, 
g., and Anthony Baldock of L. 
Chart, yeom., bonds. Oct. 2, 1641. 



Darell, Venerable Nicholas, S.T.P., Pre- 
bendary of Winchester " in com. 
Southampton," and Jane Boys of 
Bettishanger, v. At Beltishanger. 
John Darell of Cant., armiger, bonds. 
i\Larch 27, 1619. 

Darell, Robert, of Minster in Thanet, 
g., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Batherstof Maidstone, w. of [blank] 
Batherst, dec. At Birchington or 
S. Nicholas Atwade. Leonard Ash- 
enden of Cant., saddler, bonds. 
July 9, 1645. 

Darman, Thomas, of Wve, cooper, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Mary 
Blacke, s. p., w. of Richard Blacke, 
s. p., husb., dec. about 9 months 
since. At S. INT. Bredman's, Cant. 
Feb. 5, 1620. 

Darnell. <Sf^ Varnell. 

Dart, William, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., 20 and upwards, and 
Ellen Cocke of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, spr., about 22, d. of Ellen 
Cocke, s. p., w., who consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 12, 1628. 

Darvall, William, of S. Lawrence 
Pountney, London, cloth-worker, 
ba., about 24, and Ann Furser of 
Rlilton n. Sittingbourne, v., about 
18, d. of Elizabeth Furser, alias 
Finch, now wife of Michael Finch, 
s. p., M'ho consents, as is testified by 
Christopher Cosens of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., tailor. At Milton n. S. Dec. 
13, 1633. 

Davenport, Robert, of S. George's, 
Cant., yeom., ba., about 50, and 
Catherine Harris of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., maiden, about 40, d. of Jonas 
Harris, late of Cranbrook, husb., 
dec. about 15 years, and now at her 
own govt. At S. Paul's, Cant. July 
28. 1621. 

Davy (Davie), Giles, of Stone in Oxney, 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Mary 
Tufton of Wittersham, v., about 21, 
d. of Nicholas Tufton, s. p., who 
consents. At Wittersham. June 16, 
1632. Note. " Gyles " in the margin, 
and " Giles et Tufton " in the MS. 
Index. He signed "Gyles Davy." 

Davy, Giles, of Wittersham, yeom., widr., 
and Ann Crouchman, s. p., w. of 
Henry Crouchman, late of Iden in 
Sussex, dec. At Stone in Oxney. 
John Knell of Wittersham, yeom. 
bonds. Feb. 10, 1640. 



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Davy, John, of Maidstone, g., ba., about 
38, and Catherine Wingate, s. p., \v., 
about 19, relict of Ambrose Wingate, 
late s. p., dec. At Hinxhill or Lang- 
ley. Dec. 3, 1621. 

Davys, Edward, of Alaidstonc, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Susan Beaching, s. p., 
w., about 50, relict of William 13each- 
ing, late of Lenham, dec. At Maid- 
stone. William Beaching of Maid- 
stone, husb., bonds. Jan. 29, 1619. 

Davyes, Edward, of Lyminge, and Ann 
or Agnes Chaplin, s. p. At same. 
Dec. 27, 1623. 

Davis, Fulke, of S. Margaret's, Cant., g., 
ba , 23 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Sarah Wise of S. iMartin's, Cant., 
v., about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Anthony 
Coytmor of Cant., clerk, bonds. 
Jan. 14, 1633. 

Davies, Henry, of Barham, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Jane Dan, s. p., v., 
about the like age, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. John 
Young of Cant., baker, and Thomas 
Hall, s.p.,brewer, bonds. Julys, 1646. 

Davies, James, of Maidstone, carrier, 
widr., and Susan Upton, s. p., w. of 
Robert Upton, late s. p., dec. At 
Berstead. John de Care of Cant., 
silkweaver, bonds. Dec. 3, 1633. 

Davies, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Elizabeth 
Dadd of Sellinge, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Sellinge. Jan. 
14, 1639. 

Davies, John, of Chatham, and Margaret 
Hunt of Maidstone. At Maidstone. 
Nov. 29, 1642. 

Davis, Matthew, of Faversham, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 46, and Rebecca 
Toolie, s. p., w. of William Toolie, 
late dec. At .same. Thomas Virgo, 
s. p., hempdresser, bonds. July 3, 
1633. 

Davyes, Peter, of S. John's in Thanet, 
mariner, ba., about 31, and Ann 
Lamming, s. p., maiden, about 19, 
d. of John Lamming, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At 8. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Nov. 9, 1620. 

Davis, Peter, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
trumpeter, ba., about 28, and Susan 
Livermour, s. p., w. of Robert Liver- 
mur, late s. p., dec. At S. George's, 
Cant. John Shepard of Dover, 
trumpeter, and Robert Hamidge of 



S. George's, Cant., drawer (.''), bonds. 
Dec. 31, 1635. 

Davies, Richard, of Deal, silkweaver, 
ba., about 26, and Martha Field, s. 
p., v., about the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. William Mummery of Deal, 
baker, bonds. Nov. 18, 1636. 

Davis, Richard, of Pluckley, tailor, widr., 
and Margaret Willmott of Boughton 
Aluph, v., about 19, whose parents 
are dead. At Eastwell. John Lilly 
of B. Aluph, tailor, bonds. July 20, 
1644. 

Davies, Robert, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
blacksmith, widr., about 32, and 
Margaret Hutchins of S. 1\L North- 
gate, Cant., w., about 32, relict of 
William Hutchins, dec. about 12 
months since. At Cosmos and 
Damian, Blean. Richard Teddcrton 
of Cant., cowper, bonds. Sept. 15, 
1621. 

Davies, Robert, of Harrietsham, brick- 
layer, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Mary Britcher of Ulcombe, v., 
of the like age, d. of William Brit- 
cher, s. p., who consents. At Ul- 
combe. Nov. 24, 1630. 

Dawe, Richard, of Ea.stchurch, husb., 
widr., 42, and Ann Fisher of Dover, 
w., 32, relict of [blank] Fisher, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Aug. 9, 1620. 

Dawes, Matthew, of Faversham, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Priscilla Thatcher 
of Wye, v., about 35. At Wye. John 
Morgan of Cant., cordwainer, bonds. 
June 6, 1637. 

Dawkes, Richard, of Dover, merchant, 
ba., about 27, and Ann March of 
Hythe, v., about the age aforesaid, 
and at her own govt. In the parish 
church or chapel of Hvthe. Nov. 6, 
1634. 

Dawkes, Richard, of Dover, merchant, 
widr., and Dorothy Stokes of Ewell, 
v., about 20, d. of John Stokes, g.. 
dec, and now at the govt., of Mrs. 
Mary Stokes, her sister, and John 
Stokes, who consent. At Barham. 
Edward Dunkin of Ewell, yeom., 
bonds. March 13, 1638. 

Dawkes, Thomas, of Dover, shipwright, 
ba., about 26, whose father consents, 
and Catherine Foord, s. p., v., 
about 24, whose mother consents. 
At S. James's in Dover. Feb. 3, 1636. 



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Dawkes, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
shipwright, ba., 23 and upwards, 
whose father consents, and Catherine 
Ward of Dover, v., about 23, d. of 
Catherine Ward, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At S. James's " aforesaid." 
Richard and Thomas Dawkes, both 
of Dover, brothers of William, 
bonds. Feb. 3, 1636. 

Dawling, Richard, of Ringwould, clerk, 
rector there, widr., and Elizabeth 
Tilden of Rethersden, v., about 23, 
d. of Elizabeth Tilden, w., who con- 
sents. At Ringwould, Bethersden 
or Eastwell. Thomas Barret of 
Cant., clockmaker, bonds. Nov. 24, 
1660. 

Dawlinge, Robert, of Sittingbournc, 
hackneyman, ba., about 22, whose 
father, Thomas Darling, s. p., hack- 
neyman, consents, and RIargaret 
Page, s. p., v., about 20, d. of John 
Page, s. p., who also consents, as is 
testified by the said Thomas Darling. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Oct. 22, 1632. 

Dawlinge, Thomas, of Sittingbourne, 
hackneyman, widr., about 51, and 
Dorothy Hall, s. p., v., about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Aug. 21, 1626. 

Dawson, Simon, of Woodchurch, husb., 
widr., and Margaret Simmes, s. p., 
w. of William Simes, late s. p., dec. 
At Appledore. Wilham Dawson of 
Cant., joiner, bonds. Dec. 2, 1629. 

Day, Bryant, of Dover, shipwright, ba., 
about 27 or 28, and Sarah Hope, 
s. p., v., about 26 or 27, d. of John 
Plope, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by his son, Edmund Hope, 
s. p., shipwright. At S. George's, 
Cant. William Castle of Dover, 
shipwright, bonds. Dec. 24, 1641. 

Day, George, of Leeds, carpenter, ba., 
about 31, whose father, George Day, 
consents, and Elizabeth Elscome of 
Ulcombe, v., about 20, d. of Dorothy 
Elscome, alias Bigg, wife of Walter 
Bigg, s. p., who also consents. At 
S. Mildred's, Cant. Walter Baydon 
of Leeds, butcher, and Joseph Day 
of Chart n. Sutton Valence, grazier, 
bonds. Aug. 25, 1642. 

Day, John, of Hcadcorn, blacksmith, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Williams, s. p., v., about 
20, d. ot Nicholas Williams, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 



Barnaby Butcher, s. p., kerseymaker. At 
S. Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 10, 1629. 

Day, John, of Harden, husb., widr., and 
Elizabeth Hore, s. p., v., about 40. 
At same. John Wood, vicar of 
Marden, bonds. April 15, 1630. 

Day, John, of Tenterden, miller, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Ellis 
Duncke, s. p., w. of John Dunckc, 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 24, 1630. 

Day, Peter, of Itum [Ightham], husb., 
widr., about 30, and Ann Wendriffe 
of Maidstone, v., about 23, whose 
mother, Margery Wendriffe, w., con- 
sents. At Maidstone. Aug. 12, 1625. 

Daye, Thomas, of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, and Ann Crompe of Maid- 
stone. At Chart n. S.V. May 30, 1619. 

Day, Thomas, of Halden, yeom,, ba., 
about 24, and Ridgeden Tayler of 
Chillenden, v., about 22, d. of 
Edward Tayler of Adisham, who 
consents, as is testified by Samuel 
Smith of Staple Lin, London, g. 
At Chillenden. Aug. 30, 1630. 
Note. Richardine Tayler in Chillen- 
den Transcript. 

Day, Thomas, of Biddenden, husb., ba., 
about 25, whose parents are dead, 
and Dorothy Henneker, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. or John Heneker, s. 
p. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Roger 
Kipping of Tenterden, husb., bonds. 
April 28, 1634. 

Daye, William, of Boughton Monchel- 
sea, freemason, ba., about 26, and 
Joan Paulye of Staplehurst, maiden, 
about 20, d. of Jeffery Pawlie of 
Shipbourne, yeom., dec. about 8 years 
since, and now in the govt, of Susan 
Hammon, alias Paulye, her mother, 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 5, 1621. 

Day, William, of Boughton Blean, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Joan Day, s. p., w. of Richard Day, 
late of Burham in Kent, dec. At 
Goodnestone n. Faversham. John 
Whatman of B. Blean, blacksmith, 
bonds. March 25, 1644. 

Daynes, Robert, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Martha Baxtor, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At All Saints', Cant. Robert Lovet 
and Israel Stanton, of Dover, seamen, 
bonds. April 26, 1641. 



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Dayton, Ralph, of Ashford, cordwainer, 
ba., about 22 or 23, at liis own govt., 
and Susan Burr of Walmer, v., 21 
and upwards, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Robert Goldhatch of Ashford, husb., 
bonds. Nov. 27, 1639. 

Deacon, John, of Stepney in Middlesex, 
mariner, ba , about 38, and Mary 
Markes of the parish of S. Clement's 
in Kent, v., about 28, who, her 
father being dead, is now under the 
govt, of [blank] Markes, s. p., w., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Jacobus Heriott of Dover, g., and 
John Burley of Yarmouth, g., bonds. 
July 12, 1627. Note. In All Saints' 
Transcript, " Mary Markes of Sand- 
wich." 

Deakins, George, of Birchington, g., 
ba., about 26, and Margaret Idden- 
den, s. p., v., about 21, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Feb. 15, 1643. 

Deale, John, the younger, of Wye, 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Frances 
Ladd, s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of 
Thomas Ladd of Elmstead, yeom., 
who consents. At Crundale. John 
Deale senior of Wye, yeom., bonds. 
Nov. 6, 1621. 

Deale, Robert, of Dover, sailor, widr., 
and Abigail Packer of Hythe, w. of 
Robert Packer, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Mary's in Dover. Dec. 30, 1628. 

Deane, Thomas, of Hernhill, husb., and 
Joan White, s. p., v. At same. Dec. 
2, 1622. 

Deane, Thomas, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Hinman, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of Luce Hinmam, 
s. p., w., who consents. At same. 
Peter Waite of Hackington, tanner, 
bonds. June 2, 1641. 

De Coates (de Cotes), John, of S. 
George's, Cant., merchant, ba., 40 
and upwards, and Margaret White, 
s. p., v., about 25, whose parents are 
dead. At same. March 28, 1633. 

De Costenoble. AtCostenoble, Henry, 
Feb. 9, 1624. 

De Cuyper, Jasper. &'^ Cuper, Jasper, 
July 12, 1637. 

Deedes, Alexander, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, maltster, ba., about 25, and 
Elizabeth Chalke, s. p., w. of John 
Chalke, late s. p., dec. At same. 
William Hales of Dover Castle, 
g., bonds. March 21, 1630. 



Deedes, Alexander, of Dover, g., widr., 
and Hester Marsh of River, w. of 
David Marsh, late s. p., dec. At 
River. May 21, 1639. 

Deedes, George, of Egerton, kersey- 
maker, ba., 24 and upwards, whose 
father, John Deedes, consents, and 
Elizabeth Gooden of Smarden, w. 
of James Goodin, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 17, 1640. 

Deedes, John, of Bethersden, kersey- 
maker, widr., about 40, and Susan 
Davy, s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of 
John Davy, late of Minster in Sheppy, 
dec. At Bethersden. John Deedes 
of Egerton, kerseymaker, bonds. 
Dec. 14, 1619. 

Deedes, John, of Bethersden, tailor, ba., 
about 24, and Martha Divers, s. p., 
w. of William Divers, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. George Rut- 
ting of Bethersden, butcher, and 
John Wolton of Cant., husb., bonds. 
Jan. 18, 1641. 

Deedes, Robert, of S. RLary's in Dover, g., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Simons 
of Elham, v., about the like age, d. 
of Richard Simons of Lyminge. 
yeom., who consents. At S. Mi- 
chael's, Harbledown." Robert Simons 
de Gray Friery," Cant., g., bonds. 
July 21, 1638. 

Deedes, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
maltster, ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., his father being dead, and 
Bennet Flufifham, about 18, d. of 
Thomas Huftam, s. p., g., who con- 
sents by letter. At same. Oct. 16, 
1631. 

Deedes, William, of Hythe, mercer, ba., 
about 25, and Bennet Smith, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of Robert Smith, s. p., 
mercer, who consents, as is testified 
by Versepatiant Harris of Cant., 
mercer. At S. John's in Thanet, 
'■ because her father liveth there who 
will bestowe some curtesies on them." 
Nov. 7, 1631. 

Deedes, William, of Hythe, woollen- 
draper, widr., and Eleanor Rucke of 
Newington n. Hythe, v., about 22, 
d. of Edward Rucke, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Robert Deedes 
of London, tailor. At Hythe or 
Saltwood. William Harrison of 
Reculver, g., bonds. Jan. 2, 1644. 

Deer, Edward, of Whitstable, husb., ba., 
about 20, and Joan Young, s. p., w. 



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of John Younge, late of Seasalter, dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 11, 1629. 

De Graue, Peter, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, say- weaver, ba., about 21, at 
his own govt., and Abigail Criquet, 
s. p., v.. of the like age, d. of Abra- 
ham Criquet, s. p., say-weaver, who 
consents, as is testified by Mary 
Stampe of Sandwich, v., upon her 
oath. At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
Christopher Van Dam of Cant,, silk- 
weaver, bonds. April 1, 1644. 

De Lannoy, Peter, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
silkweaver, widr., about 46, and Sure- 
trust Williams of Holy Cross, Cant., 
w., about 35, relict of Warham 
Williams, late of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
yeom., dec. At S. Dunstan's. Dec. 
6, 1623. 

De Le Master, See Delmaster. Oct. 
22, 1638. 

De Le Paine, John, of All Saints', Cant., 
silkweaver, ba., about 23, whose 
father, Peter de le Paine, consents, 
and Hester Merriam of S. ]\I. North- 
gate, Cant., v., of the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. John Meriam, a/ias 
Merilon, of S. Alphage, Cant., mill- 
wright, bonds. Jan. 16, 1640. 

De Le Pluke, Francis, of S. Alphage, 
Cant., silkweaver, ba., about 20, 
whose mother consents, as is testi- 
fied by Peter du Boys, s. p., silk- 
weaver, and Ellen Barnes of the city 
of London, spr., about 28, at her own 
govt. At S. Alphage, Cant. Jan. 
13, 1640. 

Del Force, John, of Westgate [Holy 
Cross, Cant.], tailor, widr., and 
[blank], s. p., spr. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Aug. 8, 1644. A^o/e. This 
is crossed out, and vacat entered in 
the margin. 

Dell, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Adrian Whenlocke, s. p., 
maiden, about 21, d. of Francis 
Whenlocke, s. p., husb., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Samuel Dell 
of Dover, baker. At S. Mary's afore- 
said. March 29, 162.5. 

Dell, Samuel, of Dover, baker, ba., about 
21, at his own govt., and Mary Pel- 
ham, s. p., maiden, about 25, "her 
friends being dead, she is now at 
her own govt." At All Saints', Cant. 
April 8, 1624. 



Dell, Samuel, of Dover, baker, widr., and 
Mary Johnson, s. p., v., about 20, d. 
of Thomas Johnson, s. p., mariner, 
who consents, as is testified by 
George Knott of Cant., baker. At 
S. Marv's in Dover. April 26, 1630. 

Del man, Thomas, of Davington, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Joan Clarke of 
Ospringe, v., about 30, d. of Cicely 
Clarke of Charing, w., who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. William Tayler 
of Faversham, husb., bonds. May 
1, 1637. 

Delmaster [Delmattre in the margin], 
Claude, (sic) of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., husb., ba., about 27, with the 
consent of William de Le Master, 
and Lewes Cannale, s. p., v., of the 
like age, d. of Margaret Cannale, 
who also consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Thomas Solley of Cant., 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 22, 1638. 

Delmattre. 6'fd)elmaster. Oct. 22, 1638. 

De Marce [signed De Mars], Peter, of 
Ail Saints, Cant., yeom., ba., about 
22, at his own govt., whose parents 
are dead, and Mar}- Le Pontre of S. 
Alphage, Cant., spr., about 19, d. of 
Catherine Desramau.x, beyond the 
.seas, but now at the govt, of her 
kinsman, Peter du Bois of Cant., 
silkweaver, who consents. At Sturry, 
John Le Leu of Cant., silkweaver, 
bonds. March 5, 1639. 

De Master, Solomon, of Deal, chand- 
ler, widr., and Mary Bridger, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of Richard Bridger, 
s. p., brewer, who consents. At 
Ripple. Jacob de Boys of Cant., 
bonds. Feb. 13, 1660. 

De Monshew. See Du Monchaux. 

Dence, John, of Hinxhill, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Joan Terrall, s. p., 
v.. about 22, d. of John Terrall, s. p., 
husb., who consents, as is testified 
by his son, John Terrall, s. p., husb. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Cornelias 
Houslock of Cant., tapster, bonds. 
April 6, 1637. 

Dence, John, of Dover, maltster, widr., 
and Ann Lion, s. p., w. of Robert 
Lyon, late s. p., dec. At S. James's 
in Dover or Hougham. William 
Chandler of Dover, cordwainer, 
bonds. May 24, 1642. 

De New, Philip, of S. Mildred's Cant., 
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Feild of S. Paul's. Cant., v., 21, her 
parents being inhabiting beyond 
seas, and she at her own govt. At 
Thanington. Samuel De New of 
S. Alphage, Cant., silkweaver, and 
John Lushare of S. Paul's, Cant., 
woolcomber, bonds. Oct. 28, 1641. 

Den ham, Jonas, of Whitstable, hush., 
ba., about 28, and Ann Elvin, s. p., 
w. of John Elvin, late dec. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. May 9, 1637. 

Den ley, George, of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., g., ba., 44 and 
upwards, and Margaret Rainer of 
RIaidstone, w. of one Rainer, dec. 
At Maidstone or Boxlev. Oct. 14, 
1630. 

Den man, Richard, of Marden, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Ann Fullagare of 
Headcorn, w., about 30, relict of 
John Fullagare, late s. p., clothier, 
dec. At Frittenden. John Nether- 
sole of Marden, g., bonds. July 11, 
1626. 

Denne, Basil, of Dover, grocer, ba., 
about 23, whose father, Thomas 
Denn, consents, and Anna Ent of 
Cant., v., about 21, d. of Judith Ent, 
s. p., w., who also consents. At S. 
John's [Hospital] Church, Cant. 
Edward Pyarde of Cnnt , g., and 
David Shoulder, s. p., silkweaver, 
bonds. Oct. 25, 1644. 

Denn, Daniel, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
grocer, widr., and Aim Coomes of 
S. Clements in Sandwich, v., about 
19, d. of Bartholomew Coomes, s. p , 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Denn of S. Peter's in S., 
grocer. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Jan. 26, 1645. 

Denne, Edward, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
vintner, ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
father consents, and Margaret Davie 
of Wittersham, v., about 19, whose 
mother consents. At Wittersham. 
George Bingham of S. Martin's, 
Cant., maltster, bonds. Oct. 12, 1635. 

Denne, Edward, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
vintner, widr., and Mary Bingham of 
S. ]\Iartin's, Cant., v., about 20, 
whose mother consents, as is testified 
by Peter Wynne of Cant. At S. 
Martin's. July 26, 1637. 

Denne, Henry, of Littlebourne, yeom., 
ba., about 29, and Judith Reynols of 
Preston, maiden, 26, d. of John 



Reynols, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Preston [n. W^inghaml. Sept. 29, 
1627. 

Denn, Henry, of Littlebourne, yeom., 
widr., about 39, and P^lizabeth Yonge 
of Cosmus and Damian in le iJlean, 
w. of John Yonge, late dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 3, 1628. 

Denn, John, of Adisham, armiger, and 
Dorothy Nethersole of S. MUdred's, 
Cant., w. At Adi.sham or 8. 
IMildred's. John Nethersole of 
Marden, g., bonds. March 26, 1621. 

Denn, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
merchant, ba., about 24, and Ann 
Wentworth of S. Mary's in Dover, 
v., about 21, d. of William Went- 
worth, s. p., who consents. At S. 
James's. Sept. 7, 1627. 

Denn, Michael, of Ickham, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Mary Hore of Fair- 
field, w., about 24, relict of Thomas 
Hore, late s. p., dec. At Ickham. 
July 10, 1620. 

Den, Thomas, of Deal, sailor, ba., about 
27, and Marlyn Allen, s. p., w., 
about 40, relict of Richard Allen, 
late s. p., sailor, dec. about half a 
year since. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Dec. 22, 1620. 

Denne, Thomas, of Chilham, g., ba., 
about 49, and Susanna Honywood 
of Lenham, v., about 23, d. of Arthur 
Honywood of Maidstone, who con- 
sents. At Lenham. Christopher 
Nethersole of the city of London, 
merchant, bonds. Sept. 3, 1625. 

Denne, Thomas, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., grosser, ba., about 24, and 
Jane Hadman of S. Peter's, Cant., 
w. of William Hadman, late of S. 
Andrew's, Cant., tailor, dec. At S. 
Peter's. Oct. 21, 1633. 

Denn, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, grocer, ba., about 25, and 
Mary Finch of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, v., about 19, whose 
parents are dead, and she without 
guardians, and being of age by her 
father's will to receive her portion. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Richard Baker 
of Sandwich, brazier, and John 
Willes of Cant., clothier, bonds. 
April 9, 1645. 

Den, Valentine, of Bekesbourne, yeom., 
widr., about 32, and Elizabeth Bunce 
of Norton, w., about the same years, 



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relict of James Bnnce, late s. p., dec. 
At Norton. Aug. 8, 1626. 

Denne, Vincent, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 25, whose father, Vincent 
Denne, consents, and Elizabeth 
Gillow of Walmer, v., about 19 or 

20, d. of William Gillow, s. p.,yeom., 
who also consents. At Ringwould. 
Nov. 29, 1642. 

Den, William, of Bridge, yeom., widr., 
about 38, and Bennet Clarke of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., maiden, 
about 21, d. of Humphrey Clarke of 
Cant., g., and now under the govt, 
of Robert Bargrave of the Precincts 
aforesaid, g., who consents. At Ch. 
Ch., Cant'. John Denne of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., g., bonds. Feb. 
25, 1625. 

Den, William, of Brookland, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Catherine Haslenden, 
s. p., w. of [blank] Haslenden of 
Ivychurch, dec. At Brookland. Feb. 
19, 1632. 

Dennard, John, of Bethersden, thatcher, 
ba., about 24, and Mary Allen of 
Lydd, w. of John Allen, late dec. 
At Lydd. Feb. 1, 1629. 

Dennis (Denis), Edward, of Staplehurst, 
wheelwright, ba., about 22, whose 
father consents, and Alice Osborne, 
s. p., v., about 24, d. of William 
Osborne, s. p., who also consents. 
At Frittenden. William Denis of 
Maidstone, husb., bonds. Jan. 25, 
1629. 

Dennis, George, of Maidstone, lock- 
smith, ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Greenell, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
John Greenell, dec, and now under 
the govt, of her mother, Elizabeth 
Greenell, w., who consents. At 
.same. Feb. 20, 1632. 

Dennis, Richard, of Marden, victualler, 
widr , and Elizabeth Butler, s. p., v., 
about 40. At same. John Wood, 
s. p., clerk, bonds. Nov. 19, 1635. 

Dennis, Thomas, of Dover, mariner, 
ba., about 40, and Elizabeth Sed- 
wicke, s. p., w., 30 and upwards, 
relict of Robert Sedwicke, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Mary's in Dover. April 

21, 1627. 

Dennis, Thomas, of Brabourne, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Oliver 
of Smeeth, v., about 35, d. of Rich- 
ard Oliver of Wye, who consents. 
At Smeeth. March 26, 1636. 



Densell, Walter, of Sittingbourne, 
brewer, widr., and Susan Black, s. p., 
w. of Robert Black, late of Faver- 
sham, dec. At Sittingbourne, Bob- 
bing or Bapchild. Jacobus Ely of 
Sittingbourne, hackney man, and John 
Porter of Cant., brewer, bonds. Aug. 
13, 1641. 

Dent, Robert, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 24, and Alice 
Friend, s. p., v., 30 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Feb. 10, 1637. 

Dent, Thomas, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 27, and Ann Reeue, of S. 
Mary's in Dover, w. of John Reeue, 
late dec. At S. IMary's. May 18, 
1629. 

Dent, William, of Dover, beerbrewer, 
ba., about 27, and Mary Osborne, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Osborne, s. p., tanner, who consents. 
At S. M.Magdalene, Cant. April 21, 
1G42. 

Denwood, Edward, of Great Hardres, 
}'eom., ba., about 22, son of William 
Denwood, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
and Catherine Selby of S. Martin's, 
Cant., v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Selby of Stelling, carpenter, who 
also consents. At S. Martin's. 
Oct. 21, 1624. 

Denwood, William, of Bekesbourne, g., 
widr., and Martha Sole, s. p., v., 
about 30. At same. Thomas Tayler, 
s. p., tailor, bonds. May 7, 1645. 

Dering (Deering), Anthony, of Egerton, 
g., ba., about 30, and .Susan Meary- 
wether of S. George's, Cant., maiden, 
about 23, d. of Edward Mearywether, 
late of Eythorne, g., dec, and now 
at her own govt. At Preston n. 
Faversham, by reason that Edward 
Mearywether, brother of the said 
Susan, intended to lodge at Mr. Ric- 
hard Lannings (.'') at Preston, which 
Edward, her brother, intendeth to 
bestow a wedding dinner upon them. 
Edward Deering of Egerton, armiger, 
bonds. Sept. 19, 1623. Nole. The 
mother and brother of the said 
Susan are mentioned as " being her 
father's Executor." 

Deering, Brent, of Charing, g., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Ely, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Mr. Robert Ely, 
clerke, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Dec. 20, 1626. 



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Dering, Francis, clerk, parson of Ring- 
would, ba., about 37, and Mary Boys 
of Elmstead, v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Hastingleigh 
or Wiliesborough. John Honni- 
wood of Ehnstead, miles, bonds. 
May 29, 1630. 

Deering, Henry, clerk, vicar of New- 
ington n. Sittingbourne, ba., about 
30, and Mary Sanders of East Sut- 
ton, v., about 22, d. of [blank] 
Sanders, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Ch. Ch., Cant. Edward Deeringe 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
g., bonds. Sept. 5, 1633. 

Dering, John, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., g., widr., and Sarah 
Tucker, s. p., v., about 25, now in 
the govt, of Sir Robert Barrel! of 
Calehill [in Kent], Knight, who 
consents. At Little Chart. Patrick 
Comyn of L. Chart, yeom., bonds. 
March 9, 1633. Note. See Hardinge, 
7'homas, same date. 

Deering, Robert, of Egerton, g., widr., 
about 40, and Judith Philpott of 
Bekesbourne, w., about 50, relict of 
Henry Phillpott, late of Folkestone, 
g., dec. At Bekesbourne. April 20, 
1622. 

Derricke, John, of Ulcombe, husb., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Mary 
Ady, s. p., v., about 24, d. of Christo- 
pher Ady, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At 8. Margaret's, Cant. Adrian 
Swinerton of Ulcombe, kerseymaker, 
bonds. Feb. 7, 1631. 

Dericke, John, of Headcorn, husb , 
widr., and Elizabeth Hilles, s. p., w. 
of John Hilles, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard Fowle 
of Headcorn, yeom., bonds. July 
22. 1636. 

Derricke, William, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 22, son of John 
Derricke of Birchington, husb., who 
consents, and Mary Reynolds of 
Minster aforesaid, v., about 24, d. of 
Nicholas and Alice Reynolds, late 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. M. Northgate, Cant. John Lash- 
ford and Thomas Lashford, of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., pinmakers, bonds. 
April 7, 1624. 

Derrick, William, of Monkton, husb., 
widr., and Jane Cooper, s. p., v., 
about 36, whose parents are dead. 
At S.Mildred's, Cant. Sept. 24, 1639. 



De Sanger (De Sangher), Jacob, of S. 
James's in Dover, tailor, ba., about 
26, and Jane Balliard, s. p., w. of 
John Balliard, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. Oct. 4, 1642. 

Descamptes, Louks, of Holy Cross, 
Cant., weaver, ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Judith Bieseu of S. 
Peter's, Cant., v., about 20, d. of 
Peter Beiseu of All Saints', Cant., 
reedmaker, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Jacques Goricqe of H. Cross, 
Cant., weaver. At Thanington. 
Francis Mas of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., weaver, bonds. Dec. 14, 1639. 

De Spaine, Peter, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
silkweaver, ba., about 30, whose 
father, Andrew De Spaine, consents, 
and Elizabeth Du Pou of S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant., v., about 25, d. of 
Joseph Du Pou, s. p., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Peter Corn- 
nell, s. p., silkweaver. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. April 7, 1641. 

Devison, Alexander, of Staple, chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 22, whose parents 
are dead, and Bennet Austen of Ick- 
ham, v., about [blank], d. of Richard 
Austen, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Ickham. Jan. 21, 1642. 

Devison, John, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, widr., and Mar- 
garet Bailey, s. p., w. of Anthony 
Bailey, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Richard Langley, s. p., yeom., bonds, 
Dec. 5, 1628. 

Devison, Timothy, of Teynham, husb., 
and Joan Wells of Lynstead, v. At 
Lynstead. Feb. 27, 1621. 

Devison, Timothy, of Harty, yeom., 
widr., about 27, and Mary Dale of 
Faversham, w., about 40, relict of 
Henry Dale, late s. p., smith, dec. 
At S. Alphage, Cant. March 4, 1623. 

Deward, John, of Ospringe, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Catherine Long, s. p., 
v., about 25. At same. William 
Lucas, s. p., woollendraper, bonds. 
July 2, 1633. 

Diamond, John, of Faversham, lime- 
burner, ba., 21 and upwards, at his 
own govt., and Joice Hilton, s. p., 
v., 28, d. of Joan Ayerst, a/ias Hil- 
ton, of Bobbing, who consents. At 
Faversham. April 2, 1634. 

Diaper, Francis, and Mary Noble, of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich. At same. Feb. 
3, 1626. 



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Dibley, John, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
hiisb., ba., about 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Joan Hudson, s. p., 
w., relict of Edward Hudson, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Juh- 6, 1641. 

Dickensone, John, and Thomasine 
Cronwell. [Married at S. M. North- 
gate, Cant., June 13, 1627. See 
Note to Colman, Thomas, June 13, 
1627.] 

Dickenson, Matthew, of Oare, fisher- 
man, widr., and Elizabeth Gatlett of 
Faversham, w. of Robert Gatlett, 
late s. p., dec. At Faversham. 
Robert Hutchen of Faversham, 
blacksmith, bonds. March 14, 1641. 

Dickenson, Matthew, of Oare, fisher- 
man, widr., and Elizabeth Peach of 
Tej'nham, w. of John Peach, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
William Amis of Ospringe, grocer, 
bonds. Dec. 5, 1644. 

Dicker, Richard, of Benenden, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Bridget Sloman 
of Hawkhurst, w., about 46, relict 
of George Sloman, late s. p., dec. 
At Goudhurst. Richard Austen, 
clerk, vicar of Benenden, bonds. 
April 6, 1624. 

DIckes, Augustine, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, maltster, ba., about 24, and 
Joan Martin, s. p., v., about 18, who, 
her parents being dead, is now at 
the govt, of her brother, t£enry 
Martin, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by William Webb, s. p., 
mercer. At S. Peter's, Cant. April 
17, 1643. 

Didiere, Lewis, of S. James's in Dover, 
merchant, widr., and Mary de le 
Motte, alias Didiere, s. p., w. of 
Nicholas Didiere, late of Calais in 
France, dec. At S. James's in D. 
John Denew of Cant., silkweaver, 
and Peter Powlle, s. p., merchant, 
bonds. Aug. 17, 1635. 

Digby, Henry, of Hythe, tailor, ba., 
about 32, whose father consents, and 
Catherine Joiner of Capel-le-Ferne, 
v., about 21 or 22, d. of Robert 
joyner, s. p., who also consents, as 
is testified by James Philpott of 
Hythe, cornwainer. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. Maximilian Foster of 
Cant., tailor, and Richard Mitchener, 
s. p., joiner, bonds. Feb. 8, 1642. 



Digges, Favoritio, of S. John's in 
Thanet, g., ba., about 35, and 
Frances Pudner, s. p., about 19, d. 
of Robert Pudner, s. p., g., who 
makes and signs this allegation. At 
S. Nicholas in Thanet. April 3, 1620. 

Digwood, John, of Lenham, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Randoll of 
Otterden, maiden, about 20, d. of 
John Randoll, late of Stalisfield, 
husb., dec, and now under the govt, 
of her aunt, Joan Hooker of Otter- 
den, w., who consents, as is testified 
by the oath of Richard Scare of 
Charing, blacksmith. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Edward Hooker of Otterden, 
husb., bonds. May 7, 1624. 

Dllinutt, John, and Sarah Vassall, of 
Barham. At same. Feb. 13, 1625. 

Dilnut, John, of Sutton n. Dover, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 28, whose father 
consents, and Joicc Chambers of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, 26, whose par- 
ents are dead. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
John Marshall of Sandwich, mariner, 
and Nicholas Dilnot of S. Andrew's, 
Cant., bonds. Feb. 19, 1660. 

Dimmer, Thomas, of Stepnej', n. Lon- 
don, shipwright, ba., about 29, whose 
father consents, and Ann Wallop of 
S. Mary's in Dover, v., about 26, d. 
of Mary, the now wife of Thomas 
Wyld of Dover, mariner, who also 
consents. At S. M, Bredin's, or S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Henry Knight 
of Cant., Alderman, bonds. Dec. 
24, 1660. 

Dine, John, of Lydd, yeom., widr., and 
Rebecca Roberts, s. p., w. of Francis 
Roberts, late s. p., dec. At Lydd. 
Thomas Dixon of Cant., fellmonger, 
and William Chambers, s. p., brick- 
maker, bonds. Jan. 14, 1638. 

Dine, John, of Lydd, butcher, widr., 
and Sibyl Seldome of Brookland, w. 
of Thomas Seldome, late s. p., dec. 
At Lydd. Nov. 16, 1639. 

Dines, John, of Dover, barber chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 23, whose father, 
Richard Dines of Throwley, miller, 
consents, and Anna Belton of Dover, 
v., about 22, d. of Christopher Bel- 
ton, s. p , barber chirurgeon, who 
also consents, as is testified by his 
son-in-law, Edward Fanne of Cant., 
cooper. At Charlton or S. Margaret 
Atclifife. Dec. 2, 1645. 



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Dingley, James, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 26 or 27, and 
Elizabeth Friyle, s. p., v., about 22, 
d. of Elizabeth Friyle, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by John 
Allen of River, yeom. At River. 
Feb. 15, 1642. 

Dirkin, Henry, of Rochester, woollen- 
draper, widr., and Elizabeth Kennard 
of Sittingbourne, w. of James Ken- 
nard, late of Milton, dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. Alexander Dirkin of 
Rochester, woollendraper, and Henry 
Panned of Sittingbourne, 3'eom., 
bonds. July 26, 1638. 

Dive, Robert, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., ba., about 22, whose father, 
consents, and Martha Turner of 
Egerton, v., 19 and upwards, whose 
brother, John Turner, s. p., consents 
(her parents being dead) as is testi- 
fied by William Turner of Cant., 
another brother. AtEgerton. William 
Homesly of Brook, woollendraper, 
bonds. Aug. 22, 1640. 

Dive, Thomas, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., ba., about 21, and Margaret 
Tindall of Leeds, v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Tindall of Town Sutton, who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Richardson of Cant., g. At T. Sutton. 
Robert Wells, clerk, vicarof Holling- 
bourne, bonds. Sept. 2, 1636. 

Divers, William, of W^estwell, clothier, 
ba., about 24, and " EInar" Jarvis, s. 
p., v., about 26, d. of Thomas Jarvis, 
s. p., veom., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. March 12, 1626. 

Divers, Vvilliam, of Bethersden, clothier, 
widr., and Martha Browne, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Browne, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. May 20, 1635. 

Dix, Thomas, of Deal, mariner, ba., about 
24, and Mary Allen, s. p., w. of 
[blank] Allen, late s. p., dec. At 
Deal or Shoulden. Thomas Jones 
of Cant., schoolmaster, bonds. Jan. 
21, 1641. 

Dixon, Edward, of Barham, blacksmith, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary CuUin, s. p., w., about 30, relict 
of Thomas Cullin, s. p., dec. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Oct. 13, 1625. 

Dixon, Richard, of Deal, husb., widr., 
about 43, and Margaret Hurlestone 
of S. Clement's in Sandwich, w., 40, 
relict of Andrew Hurlestone, late s. 
p., mariner, dec. At S. Clement's. 
Nov. 3, 1626. 



Dixon, Richard, and Mary Nashe, of 
Barham. At same. Feb. 7, 1634. 

Dixon, Robert, of Chilham, yeom., ba., 
about 35, and Joan Coppin of Bekes- 
bourne, v., about 21, d. of John 
Coppin, late s. p., dec, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by John Denn 
of Bridge, g. At Patri.xbourne. 
Thomas Denn of Cant., g., bonds. 
Feb. 11, 1631. 

Dixon, Robert, of Chilham, yeom., widr., 
and Susan Chapman of Godmersham, 
v., about 27, whose mother, F^lizabeth 
Chapman, w., consents. At God- 
mersham. Thomas Denn of Cant., 
g., bonds. July 16. 1636. 

Dixon, Simon, of Lydd, fellmonger, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Giles of Cranbrook, v., about 
22, d. of John Giles, s. p., barber, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Alexander Beeching, s. p., barber. 
At All Saints', Cant. John Beeching 
of New Romney, barber, bonds. 
Oct. 8, 1641. 

Dixon, Thomas, of All Saints', Cant., 
fellmonger, ba., about 23, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Gibbon 
ot Fordwich, v., about 19, d. of John 
Gibbon, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Littlebourne. June 29, 1639. 

Dixon, William, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, tailor, widr., about 35, and 
Mary Powell of Faversham, maiden, 
about 21, d. of John Powell, late s. 
p., merchant, dec. about 10 years 
since, and now at her own govt. At 
All Saints', Cant. John Hutchen of 
Faversham, merchant, bonds. May 
1, 1623. 

Dixwell, Mark, of Folkestone, Esquire, 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Read, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of Alice Read, 
s. p., w., who consents. At same. 
William Read, s. p., g., and Peter 
Piard of Cant., g., bonds. Nov. 28, 
1635. 

Dobins, John, of Chartham, carpenter, 
ba., about 24, and Margaret Dryland, 
s. p., maiden, of or about the same 
age, d. of Thomas and Elizabeth 
Dryland, s. p., who consent, as is 
testified by Robert Rasell of Sheld- 
wich, husb. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Feb. 7, 1626. 

Doble, Edward, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
Mildred Whiteing, s. p., v., about 



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21, d. of Joan Whitcing, w., who also 
consents, as is testified by her son, 
Richard Whiteing. AtS. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Oct. 9, 1645. See Double, 
Bubble. 

Dadd, Edward, of Sellinge, widr., 
liusb., and Agnes Elvie, s. p., w. 
of Ingram Elvie, late of Lympne, 
dec. At Brabourne or S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Thomas Fisher of Sellinge, 
husb., bonds. Dec. 2, 1641. 

Dodd, Gilbert, of Brabourne, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Jane Bayly, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of John Bayly, s. p., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Dec. 14, 1637. 

Dodd, Gregory, of Brook, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth King, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Richard King of 
Wye, tailor, who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 3, 1622. 

Dodd, Henry, of Stanford, husb., and 
Susan Peirce of Elham, v. At 
Elham. Dec. 3, 1621. 

Dod, John, of Follcestone, joiner, ba., 
25, and Margaret Elvy of Smecth, v., 
about 24, whose mother consents, as 
is testified by Jolin Joyce of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., tailor. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Nicholas Chantry of Cant., 
hempdresser, bonds. April 24, 1628. 

Dodd, William, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
sailor, widr., about 36, and Ann Kir- 
ton of S. lohn's in Thanet, w., about 
27. At S! M. Bredin's, Cant. Sept. 
12, 1625. 

Dodd, William, of Chislet, yeom., widr., 
and Joan Church of Heme, w. of 
Edward Church, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. July 23, 1632. 

Dodd, William, of Stocktmry, yeom., ba., 
about 33, and Elizabeth Greeneli, s. 
p., v., about 23, d. of Richard 
Greeneli, s. p., who consents. At 
same. Oct. 14, 1635. See Dadd. 

Doe, Isaac, of Bredgar, yeom., widr., and 
Joan Hunt of Borden, w. of John 
Hunt, clerk, late rector of Goodne- 
stone n. Faversham. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Robert Doe of 
" Chalke," vcom., bonds. Dec. 16, 
1639. 

Doe, Richard, of Chislet, yeom., widr., 
and Mary Coppin of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, w. At S. Lawrence. Edward 
Dier of S. John's in Thanet, yeom., 
and Thomas Coppin of S. Lawrence 
in Thanet, fisherman, bonds. June 
2, 1638. 



Doe, Robert, of HoUingbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Turner 
of Lynstead, w., about 25, relict of 
Randolph Turner, s. p., 3'eom., dec. 
At Lynstead. June 17, 1624. 

Does et Deekes, [Married at S. Dun- 
stan's. Cant., where the entry is, 
James Does of Milton, widr., and 
Anne Deeth, s. p., w. vi. fac. Sept. 
6, 1646. " Does et Deekes" taken 
from the Index to Vol. P. of allega- 
tions.] 

Does, John, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
cooper, widr., about 32, and Margery 
Sutton, s. p., maiden, about 31, d. of 
Richard Sutton, late of [blank] in 
Kent, husb., dec. about 16 years 
since. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Feb. 

4, 1622. 

Does, John, and Mary Sluce, of S. Dun- 
stan's, Cant. At same. May 30, 1625. 

Does, John, of S. Dun.stan's, Cant., 
cooper, and Catherine Turner, s. p., 
w. At same. Dec. 29, 1625. 

Dogged, Thomas, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 26, whose father 
Peter Dogged, consents, and Mary 
Beere of Chartham, v., 21 and up- 
wards, d. of Thomas Beere of Whit- 
field, veom., who also consents. At 

5. Alphage, Cant. Aug. 7, 1641. 
Doggel [Dogget in the margin], Alex- 
ander, of Faversham, linen weaver, 
ba., about 28, and Ann Cartwright, 
s. p., v., about 28, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
John Cartwright, cordwainer, and 
George Cartwright, tailor, both of 
Cant., bonds. Jan. 31, 1630. 

Doggerili, Henry, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., cordwyner, and Elizabeth 
Moone, s. p., w. .^t S. Dun.stan's, 
Cant. April 12, 1619. 

Doldinge, Edward, of Wye, carpenter, 
ba., about 21, whose parents are 
dead, and Joan Marks of Saltwood, 
v., about 23, d. of [blank] Marks of 
[blank], who consents, as is testified 
by [blank]. At Saltwood. Jan. 13, 
1640. A^o/e. Vacat entered in the 
margin. 

Dollen, Clement, of Dover, seaman, ba., 
about 25, and Ann Bradshaw, s. p., 
v., 27, at her own govt. At S. 
George's, Cant. Richard Nichols 
of All Saints', Cant., tapster, bonds. 
Feb. 25, 1642. 



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Dolman, Thomas, of S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant., yeom., widr., and Eleanor 
Higgs, s. p., v., about 40, they being 
both servants of Sir James HaU^s, 
Knight, who consents bv letter. At 
same. Feb. 26, 1628. 

Domine, Christopher. See Fullagar, 
Cliristopher, Dec. 6, 1631. 

Domonicke, Isaiah, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, husb., ba., about 27, and 
Margery Jenkin, s. p., maiden, about 
25, d. of John (enkin late s. p., dec, 
and now dwelling with her mother, 
Elizabeth jenkin, who consents. At 
S. Margaret's. Cant. Nov. 1, 1619. 

Donnaing {?), Peter, of S. Alphage, 
Cant., "Phillipp & Chainey weaver." 
ba., about 36, whose mother Cath- 
erine consents, and Jane Taverney, 
s. p., v., about 23, her father being 
dead and her mother being an in- 
habitant of Flanders. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Jacobus Dennaing of S. Alph- 
age, Cant., bonds. Nov. 15, 1641. 
AWf. Dunny in the margin and in 
the IndfX to vol. O. 

Donning, See Dunning. 

Doorne, John, of Ringwould, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Mary Rogers, s. p., v., 
21 and upwards, d. of Mary Rogers, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by John Arnold, s. p., labourer. At 
S. Paul's, Cant. Oct. 18, 1638. 

Dorley, Thomas, (jf Upciiurch, mariner, 
ba., abuut 38, and Dorothy Mead- 
man, s. p., w. of John Meadman, 
late s. p., dec. AtOspringe. (jeorge 
Philpott of Ospringe, g., bonds. 
Jan. 21, 1645. 

Dormer, Richard, of Berstead, g., widr., 
about 30, and Margaret Osborne of 
Stockbury, maiden, about 17, d. of 
Edward Osborne, s. p., g., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Mr. 
Plenry Pawson, clerk, vicar of Stock- 
bury, bonds. Feb. 16, 1619. 

Douay, Isaac, of Dover, factor, widr., 
and Ann Culverden, s. p., v., about 
24 or 25, d., of Robert Culverden of 
Folkestone, Jurat, who consents, as 
is testified by his son, Robert Culver- 
den, junior, of Dover, cordwainer. 
At Whitfield, a/i'as Beauxfield. Sept. 
11, 1641. 

Douay, Nicholas, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 24, and Sarah Lucas, s. p., v., 
about 16, d. of [blank] Lucas, s. p., 
innkeeper, who consents, as is testi- 



fied by Robert Gallant of Dover, 
ironmonger. At All Saints', Cant. 
Sept. 7, 1640. 

Double, Robert, of Maidstone, beer 
brewer, ba., about 25, and Elizabeth 
Masters, s. p., maiden, 30, d. of 
[blank] Mastersof Sennocke [Seven- 
oaks], weaver, dec, and now at her 
own disposing. At Maidstone. Sept. 

25, 1620. &^Doble, Dubble. 
Dove, Benjamin, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 

husb., ba., about 32, and Sarah 
Humphry, s. p., maiden, about 19, d. 
of William Humphry, late s. p., 
labourer, dec. about 13 years since, 
and now abiding with Margaret 
Humphry, her mother, who consents, 
a-^ is testified by William Tatnall of 
Holy Cross, Cant., miller. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. July 9, 1621. 

Doves, Andrew, of the precincts of the 
Tower of London, mariner, ba., 
about 32, and Rose Harty of Birch- 
ington, v., about 21, d. of Richard 
Harty, s. p., g., who consents, as is 
testified bv his son, Valentine Harty, 
s. p. At Bjrchington. Oct. 28, 1637. 

Doves, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba , about 40, and Elizabeth 
Giddinge, s. p., w. of Humphrey 
Giddinge, late s. p., dec. At River. 
May 1, 1644. 

Doueson, Michael, of Leeds, brazier, 
ba , about 31, and Dorothy Basse, 
s. p., w. At same. Richard Hardres 
of Cant., clothier, and Henr\' Howell, 
s. p., weaver, bonds. Feb. 9, 1638. 

Dovor, Robert, of Faversham, fisherman, 
widr., and Elizabeth Rich, s. p., v., 
about 25, whose mother consents. 
At Holy Cross, Cant. June 30, 1034. 

Dowd, Henry, of Woodchurch, husb., 
widr., about 43, and Elizabeth 
Woollett, s. p., v., about 35, whose 
parents are dead. At S. George's, 
Cant. Oct. 18, 1626. 

Dowd, Henry, of Tenterden, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose father con.sents, and 
Elizabeth Dadson of Maidstone, v., 
about 22, d. of Ambrose Dadson, 
s. p., husb., who also consents. At 
Langley. John Effeild of Otham. 
carpenter, bonds. May 2, 1635. 

Dowel I, William, of Dover, g., ba., about 
30, and Lydia Pert, s. p., v., about 

26, d. of Henry Pert, s. p., porter, 
who consents. At S. Margaret At- 
cliff. Aug. 23, 1624. 



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Dowie, Anthony, of Leaveland, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose father consents, 
and Catherine Birkhencd, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Birkhened, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Thomas 
Gray of Leaveland, husb., bonds. 
Feb. i;i, 1643. 

DowIe, Benjamin, of Thornham, g., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Pris- 
cilla Webb of S. Martin's, Cant., 
maiden, about 21, d. of Christopher 
Webb of Tunstall, clerk, dec. about 
15 years since, and now in the govt, 
of her mother, Catherine Webb of 
S. Martin's, Cant., w., who consents. 
At Thornham. John Crumpe of 
Thornham, clerk, bonds. Jan. 12, 
1622. 

Dowie, Benjamin, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, g., widr., and Lydia Viney 
of Hothfield, v., about 23, d. of John 
Viney, clerk, parson of Hothfield, 
who consents. At Hothfield. Nov 3, 
1635. 

Dowie, John, of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
dyer, widr., 27, and Sarah Tonge of 
Borden, v., about 23, d. of Richard 
Tonge, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Borden. John Fagg of Cant., cloth- 
worker, bonds. Nov. 11, 1628. 

Downe, Daniel, of Waldershare, and 
Mary Courteous of Tilmanstone. At 
Tilmanstone. ]\Iay 25. 1636. 

Downe, George, of Smarden, yeom., ba., 
about 29, whose mother consents, 
and Ann Raynerof Egerton, v., about 
24, d. of George Rayner, s. p., who 
also consents, as is testified by his 
son, Edward Rayner, s. p., kersey- 
maker. At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 
18, 1639. 

Downe, Henry, of Godmersham, yeom., 
ba., about 22, whose parents are dead, 
and Mary Ruck of Crundale, v., about 
24, d. of George Ruck, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Crundale or S. 
Mildred's, Cant. June 10, 1642. 

Downe, John, of Woodchurch, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Jane Lacye of 
Biddenden, maiden, about 30, d. of 
[blank] Lacye of Ticehurst in Susse.x, 
husb., dec. about 6 years since, and 
now at her own disposing. At Bid- 
denden. Oct. 7, 1620. 
Downe, John, of Lynstead, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Elmestone, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of [blank] Elm- 
stone of East Sutton, yeom., dec. 



about 20 years since. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. May 12, 1621. 
Downe, John, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., tailor, ba., about 27, and Eliza- 
beth Johnson of Boughton Malherbe, 
v., about 24, d. of John Johnson, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified by 
Ann Johnson, d. of the said John. 
At Egerton, because her friends 
desire to have them married there. 
RLarch 1 (or 3), 1628. 

Downe, John, of Charing, bricklayer, 
ba., about 25, whose mother, Ann 
Downe, consents, and Mary Burton, 
s. p , v., about 22, d. of Joan Burton, 
alias Garrett, who consents, as is 
testified by her husband, [eremy 
Garrett, s. p., husb. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Paine of Charing, yeom., 
bonds. Nov. 7, 1638. 

Downe, Reginald, of Hytlie, fellmonger, 
widr., and Catherine Pclham, s. p., 
w. of Thomas Pelham, late s. p., dec. 
At [blank.] Jan. 15, 1637. 

Downe, Richard, of Halden, husb., widr., 
about 40, and Ann Hernclen of Mar- 
den, maiden, about 24, d. of Christo- 
pher Hernden, s. p., palemaker, who 
[alleges and] consents. At Bidden- 
den. Jan. 12, 1619. 

Downe, Robert, of Wye, and Mary 
Glover, s. p. At same. Feb. 12, 1619. 

Downe, Robert, of Wye, grocer, widr., 
and Elizabeth Osborne, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Mr. [blank] Osborne 
of Rainham, who consents. At Wye. 
Sept. 9, 1633. 

Downe, Robert, of Lynstead, yeom., 
widr.. and Ann Pembrooke, s. p., w. 
of [blank] Pembrooke, late s. p., 
dec. At Bapchild or Sittingbourne. 
Edward Whetstone of Cant., post- 
master, bonds. Feb. 4, 1645. 

Downe, Thomas, of Faversham, miller, 
widr., about 59, and Susan Younge 
of Preston n. Faversham, w., about 
40, relict of Elias Younge, late s. p., 
husb., dec. At Preston. June 20, 
1626. 

Downe, Thomas, of Sturry, husb , ba., 
about 30, whose parents are dead, 
and Sarah Buskin, relict of Richard 
Buskin, s. p., dec. At All Saints', 
Cant. Oct. 2, 1638. 

Downe, William, of Stalisfield, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth Peirce, 
s. p., maiden, about 19, d. of Samp- 
son Peirce, late — whiles he lived, s. 



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298 



p., yeom., dec. about 8 years since, 
and now in the govt, of her brother, 
Gabriel Peirce, s. p., who conseiits. 
At S. M. Brechiian's, Cant. IMay 11, 
1G23. 

Downer, Trustrum, of Bridge, husb., 
ba., about -10, and Ann Worgerof S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant., w. of Anthony 
Worger, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. John Halden of 
Cant., linen weaver, bonds. May 8, 
1641. 

Dowridge, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 28, and Mary 
Moulton, s. p., maiden, about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At All 
Saints', Cant. Jan. 2, 1625. 

Doyton, Henry, of Sellinge, carpenter, 
widr., about 40, and Elizabeth Phil- 
pott, s. p., maiden, about 23, d. of 
[blank] Philpott, late of Mersham, 
husb., dec, and now in the govt, of 
her mother, Elizabeth Philpott, a/ias 
Fox, who consents. At Sellinge. 
Nov. 9, 1622. 

Drake, John, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
hosier, and Alice Burrough, s. p., v. 
At same. March 7, 1620. 

Draper, John, of Lewes in Sussex, 
mercer, about 22, " natural son " of 
John Draper, late of Hamsey in 
Sussex, dec, and of Alice Draper, 
his widow, who is now living, and 
Frances Austen now of Great Chart, 
v., 24, d. of Thomas Austen, late of 
Cranbrook, dec, and of Margaret 
his wife now living : the mother of 
the aforesaid John, and the mother 
and governors of the said Frances 
consenting. At Wye, because Doctor 
Richmond, minister there, is of the 
said John Draper's inward acquaint- 
ance, and hath promised to give them 
a sermon at their marriage. Allega- 
tion made and signed by Thomas 
Capeman of Ashford, mercer, whose 
wife's d. the said Frances is, and by 
Nathaniel Draper of Wye, yeom., 
"natural brother" of John. Oct. 
15, 1624. 

Draper, John, of S. George's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 27, and Sarah 
Cooke of Bckesbourne, v., 25 and 
upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. Aug. 17, 1641. 

Drawbridge, George, of Pluckley, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Symonson, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 



Joan Kingsnode of Charing, w., who 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Richard Simonson of Pluckley, husb., 
bonds. Aug. 5, 1644. 

Drawbridge, Robert, of Ivychurch, 
yeom., ba., about 40, and Elizabeth 
Browne, s. p., maiden, about 28, d. 
of John Browne of Mersham, cooper, 
and now at her own govt. At Mer- 
sham, by reason that her father 
dwelleth there, and intendeth to give 
them their wedding dinner. July 10, 
1623. 

Dray, Leonard, of Favcrsham, husb., ba., 
about 25, whose parents are dead, 
and Ursula Jemmet of Boughton 
Aluph, v., about 20, d. of Paul 
Jemmet, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Outfeild of Faver- 
sham, maltster. At B. Aluph. George 
Hooper of Thanington, chirnrgeon, 
bonds. June 15, 1639. 

Dray, William, of Bishopsbourne, car- 
penter, ba., about 30, and Alice 
Martin, s. p., v., about 26, d. of 
widow Martin, who consents. At 
same. Aug. 10, 1637. 

Drayner, Richard, of Biddenden, 
clothier, widr., and Alice Luson of 
S. Thomas's in Harty, w. of Richard 
Luson, late s. p., yeom., dec. At S. 
Thomas aforesaid. John Beale of 
Biddenden, clothier, bonds, luly 4 
1629. 

Draynor, Robert, of Biddenden, clothier, 
23 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Margaret Master of S. Paul's, 
Cant., v., about the like age, d. of 
Giles Master, s. p.. Esquire, who 
consents. At S. Paul's. Nov. 21,1 627. 

Drayner, Simon, of Frittenden, tailor, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Buckherst, 
s. p., v., about 27, whose mother 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Sept. 27, 1628. 

Drayson, Christopher, of Eastry, black- 
smith, widr., about 36, and Joan 
Snellinge of Ashford, v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At P^astry. 
Feb. 27, 1625. 

Drayson, Christopher, of Elmstone, 
blacksmith, ba., aged . . [Allegation 
incomplete and crossed out.] Tune 
29, 1643. 

Draison, Christopher, of Elmstone, 
blacksmith, ba., about 22, son of 
(iabriel Drason, s. p., and Jane Dadd 
of Woodnesborough, v., about 22, d. 



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of Ann Dadd, alias Jones, of Ickham, 
who consents, as also docs Gabriel 
Drason aforesaid. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. William Archer of S. Alpha.aje, 
Cant., innholder, and Lancelot (?) 
Eppes of Godmersham, husb., bonds. 
April 23, 1C44. 

Drayton, Francis, of Cant., clerk, ba., 
about 28, and Mary Johnson, s. p , 
v., about 2o, d. of Silas Johnson, late 
s. p., g.. dec. At S. INI. Bredin's, 
Cant. Dec. 19, 1633. 

Drew, George, of River, sailor, ba., about 

23, at his own govt., and Ann Andrew 
of Buckland n. Dover, v., about 23, 
d. of Ann Andrew of Capel ie Fern, 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Drue of River. At S. Alph- 
age. Cant. July 5, 1637. 

Drew, John, of Lydd, yeom , ba., about 

24, and Elizabeth Constance, s. p., 
v., about 16, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Henry Verrier of 
Littlebourne, yeom. At Lydd or Old 
Romney. May 4, 1637. 

Drue, Richard, of Buckland n. Dover, 
miller, ba., about 21, and Elizabeth 
Tayler. s. p., v., 19, d. of Henry 
Tayler, s. p., }'eon"i., who consents, 
as is testified by John Vudrell of 
Dover, bricklayer. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Sept. 9, 1628. 

Drew, Thomas, of Detling, husb., ba., 
40, and Ann Wedd of Thurnham, v., 
about 24, d. of William Wedd, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Boreman of Detling, husb. 
At Detling or Thurnham. June 16, 
1641. 

Drue, William, of River, millwright, ba., 
about 30, and Dennis Hild, s. p., w. 
of William Hild, late s. p., dec. At 
River. John Butcher of Cant., 
miller, bonds. May 11, 1642. 

Drought, Richard, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
blacksmith, ba., about 27, and RLirtha 
Carre, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
Thomas Carr, s. p., innholder, who 
consents, as is testified by his son, 
John Carr. At same. John Carr of 
Newchurch, innholder, bonds. Jan. 
2, 1642 

Druell, John, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
weaver, ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 
Chapman late of St. Botolph with- 
out Bishopsgate, London, and now 
of this city, v., 22 and upwards, d. 
of Margery Gladden, alias Chap- 



man, wife of Robert Gladden of St. 
Botolph aforesaid, who consents, as 
her husband testifies. At Holy Cross, 
Cant. Robert Gladden of Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. June 16, 1632. 

Drury (Dreur}-), George, of Minster in 
Sheppy, yeom., widr., and JNLiry 
Reignoldes of Norton, v., about 20, 
d.of Thomas Reignoldes,s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as his wife testifies. 
At Norton. Nov. 28, 1631. 

Drury, James of Eastchurch, husb., ha., 
about 28, and " Godly Heather, a 
maiden, d. of George Heather of S. 
Thomas the Apostle in the Isle of 
Harty, about 17, now in the govt, of 
the said George her father," who 
consents, " as is testified by Thomas 
JamesofEastling[j'/f, but Eastchurch 
is meant'] aforesaid, husb." At S. 
Thomas the Apostle aforesaid. Oct. 
12, 1620. 

Drury, John, of Eastchurch, yeom., ba., 
about 22, son of Allen Drury, s. p., 
who consents, and Ann S)mpson, 
about 20, d. of Nicholas Sympson of 
Queenborough.g ,who also consents. 
At Eastchurch. June 1, 1630. 

Drury, John, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose father consents, and 
Alice Munnes, s. p., v., about 22, d. 
of Joan Mun.nes, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Aug. 15, 1637. 

D rewry, Thomas, of Hernhill, pot-maker, 
widr., and Ann Widower, s. p., w. of 
George W'idovver, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. July 25, 1636. 
[Crossed out, and " vacat " written 
in the margin.] 

D rewry, William, of Eastchurch, and 
Elizabeth Pancase, s. p. At same. 
Jan. 26, 1623. 

Drury, William, of Eastchurch, yeom., 
widr., about 34, and Joan Newenden, 
s. p., v., about 21, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 
27, 1629. 

D rewry, William, of Challock, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 22, whose father con- 
sents, and Margaret Cooke, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of William Cooke, s. p., 
husb., who also consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. April 14, 1635. 

Drury, William, and Abigail Crouch, 
of Ivychurch. At same. F^eb. 19, 
1639. 



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Drust, Robert, of Harden, clothier, ba., 
25, and Juciith Reeve of Staplehurst, 
v., about 22, d. of Thomas Reeve, 
s. p., yeom., who makes this allega- 
tion. At Staplehurst or S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 16, 1641. 

Dryland, Richard, of Wye, cordwainer, 
ba., about 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Mary Allen, s. p., v., about 
18, d. of Thomas Allen, s. p., butcher, 
who also consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. William Merten of Wye, 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 23, 1640. 

Dubble, Richard, of Charing, linen- 
weaver, ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Laryman of Little Chart, v., about 
24, d. of Isaac Laryman, s. p., car- 
penter, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 22, 1641. 

Dubble (Dubbel), Walter, of Cranbrook, 
linen weaver, ba., about 35, whose 
mother consents, and Joan Standen, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of Giles Standen 
of Etchingham in Sussex, who also 
consents. At Cranbrook or Hawk- 
hurst. March 26, 1641. SeeBohlc, 
Double. 

Duck, Andrew, of Bethersden, yeom , 
and Mary Parker, s. p., v. At same. 
July 19, 1625. 

Ducke, Benjamin, of Fordwich, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Giles, 
s. p., v., about 25, d. of widow Giles 
of Sheldwich who consents. At 
Faversham. Thomas Hogben of 
Cant.. 3eom., bonds. Sept. 24, 1634. 

Ducke, Edward, of Faversham, lat- 
cleaver, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Bridget Hyam, late of 
Gillingham and now of Faversham, 
v., about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At Boughton Blean. William Ducke 
of Gillingham, carpenter, and Simon 
Cooper of Cant., silkweaver, bonds. 
Nov. 30, 1635. 

Duck, Thomas, of Chart n. Sutton Val- 
ance, husb., ba., about 26, and Sarah 
Cavell of Staplehurst, maiden, about 
27, d. of Robert Cavell, s. p., gar- 
dener, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Oct. 4, 1619. 

Dudley, Ralph, of Deal, fisherman, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Mary 
Homes of Walmer, v., about 40. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Dec. 4, 1637. 

Duffell, William, of Yalding, husb., ba., 
about 32, and Susan Hildcr of Hawk- 
hurst, v., about 25, whose mother 



consents, as is testified by Richard 
Chambers of Marden, husb. At 
Hawkhurst. June, 1, 1629. 

Dugdall, Pklward, of Throwley, yeom., 
ba , about 34, and Mary Yate, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of Richard Yate 
of Badlesmere, clerk, parson of 
Badlesmere, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Robert Yate, s. p., clerk. At 
Badlesmere. March 2, 1621. 

Duglas, Henry, of Luddenham, husb., 
widr., and Margaret Piper, s. p., w. 
of George Piper, late s. p., dec. At 
same. July 21, 1634. 

Duke, Daniel, of New Romney, g., widr., 
and Elizabeth Wilcocke, s. p., w. of 
William Wilcocke, late s. p., g., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Vespatian 
Harris of Cant., mercer, bonds. May 
28, 1644. 

Duke, John, of New Romney, chandler, 
ba., about 22, and Amy Etherick, s. 
p , maiden, about 19, d. of Stephen 
Etherick, late s. p., dec, and now 
abiding with I\Ir. Peter Knight, clerk, 
vicar of New Romney, who consents. 
At same. Jan. 25, 1619. 

Duke, Joseph, of New Romney, cord- 
winder, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Susan Wood, s. p., maiden, 
about 18, d. of Henry Wood, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. ]\Iar- 
garet's. Cant. May 15, 1621. 

Duker, William, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
maltster, ba., about 24, at his own 
govt., appears personally with Mary 
Young, d. of Edward Young of Ford- 
wich, yeom., about 19, and they 
allege thattheyare lawfullycontracted 
in matrimony together, etc., and that 
they have both humbly requested the 
consent of the said Edward Young, 
who, as they verily believe, is willing, 
as also they do verily believe that the 
mother of the said Mary is consent- 
ing, etc. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Nov. 
3, 1623. 

Duling, William, of Rochester, g., about 
25, and Mary Norwood of S. Peter's 
in Thanet, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Manasses Norwood, s. p.. Esquire, 
who consents. At S. Peter's in 
Thanet. Allegation made and signed 
bv John Duling of Rochester, g. 
May 22, 1621. 

Du Mee, Charles, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
weaver, ba., about 24, and Maiy 
Sourdeau of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 



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v., about 22, whose mother consents. 
At S. M. Northgate. Peter du Boys 
of Cant., silkweaver, bonds. Aug. 

4, 1637. 

Du Monchaux (De-I\Tonshew), Samuel, 
of S. M. Nortligate, Cant., silkweaver, 
ba., about 30, and Sarah Jerman of 
the Paddock in or near the parish of 
Cosmos and Damian on the Blean, 
v., about 25, d. of John Jerman, s. 
p., who consents. At Cosmos and 
D. or Harblcdown. John Wibare of 
Northgate, Cant., silkweaver, bonds. 
Ma}- 29, 1646. 

Dunne, Christopher, of Maidstone, 
weaver, ba., 27, and Susan Wood of 
Hoath [possibly " Hith"], w. of one 
Wood, late dec. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. June 1, 1630. 

Dunn, James, of Heme, yeom., widr., 
and Jane Pjlaxland, s. p., w. At 
same. July 28. 1638. 

Dunn, John, and Margaret Sherwood, of 
Lyminge. At same. Dec. 29, 1640. 

Duncke, Daniel, of Tenterden, shoe- 
maker, ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Cobb of Newington n. H3'the, v., 30 
and upwards. At S. Margaret's Cant. 
Christopher Cobb of Tenterden, 
husb., bonds. July 20, 1637. 

Duncke, William, of Rolvenden, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Mary Penvall, s. 
p., w. of Edmond Penvall, late dec. 
At same. Stephen Milsted, s. p., 
glover, and Richard Nelsonnof Cant., 
fellmongcr, bonds. Jan. 22, 1633. 

Duncke, William, of Hawkhurst, wheel- 
wright, ba., about 26, and Susanna 
Bankes of Woodchurch, v., about 17, 
whose mother consents. At Ken- 
nardington. William Finch of Wood- 
church, yeom., bonds. Sept. 27, 1636. 

Dunkin, Edward, of West Langdon, 
yeom., ba , about 25, and Alice Abbot 
of Great Mongeham, maiden, about 
23, d. of Lawrence Abbot, s. p., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Feb. 18, 1624. 

Dunkine, George, of Heme, and Eliza- 
beth Gorham, s. p. At same. May 
21, 1620. 

Dunkine, George, of Heme, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Packe of Chartham, 
w. of William Packe, late dec. At 

5. Andrew's, Cant. Jan. 21, 1631. 
Dunkin, James, of West Langdon.yeom., 

ba., about 25, and Mary Gibbon of 
Bettishanger, v., about 20, d. of 



William Gibbon, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Dunkin of Goodnestone n. VVingham, 
and William Gibbon of Bettishanger, 
her brother. At Bettishanger or 
Tilmanstone, one minister serving 
both those cures. July 26, 1631. 

Dunkin, John, of S. Paul's, Cant., yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Ann PethamofS. 
Mildred's, Cant., v., about 18, d. of 
Thomas Petham, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by Stephen 
Gilbert, s. p., veom. At S. Mildred's. 
Jan. 16, 1629.' 

Dunkyn, Jonathan, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., 21, whose mother con- 
sents, and Mary Rolfe of Acrise, w. 
of Robert Rolfe, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Martin's, Cant. Jacobus Dunkin 
of the city of London, cloth-worker, 
and Richard Cheston of Bishops- 
bourne, yeom., bonds. Oct. 4, 1632. 

Dunkin, Nicholas, of Deal, carpenter, 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Scarlet, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of Nicholas 
Scarlet, s. p., who consents, as is 
affirmed by Christopher Fane of 
Cant. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
John Goodwin of Sandwich, gar- 
dener, bonds. Dec. 22, 1642. 

Dunkine, Robert, of West Langdon, 
yeom., ba., about 28, and Mary Harry- 
son of S. Mary's in Sandwich, w., 
about 26, relict of Henry Harryson, 
late s. p., maltster, dec. At S. An- 
drew's, Cant. William Dunkine of 
Cant., clerk, bonds. Oct. 27, 1626. 

Dunkin, Simon, of Deal, seaman, widr., 
and Elizabeth Pratt, s. p., v., about 
32, d. of widow Pratt, alias Smith {?), 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Meschac Dunkin, s. p., carpenter. 
At same. John Hutt, of S. Paul's, 
Cant., pedlar, bonds. Feb. 6, 1639. 

Dunkyn, Thomas, of Nackington, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Wood of 
Little Hardres, maiden, about 19, d. 
of Thomas Wood late of Great 
Hardres, dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Oct. 14, 1619. 

Dunkin, Timothy, of Ash, butcher, ba., 
about 22, whose parents are dead, 
and Margaret Hesell, s. p., v., about 
25, d. of [blank] Hesell, ^Z/ajDavem- 
port, who consents, as is testified by 
William Wood of Cant., cordwainer. 
At Ash. Richard Stockden of Cant., 
fellmonger, bonds. Jan. 14, 1639. 



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Dunning (Duninge), John, of Ash, husb., 
ba., about 25, whose father, Thomas 
Duninge, yeom., consents, and Mil- 
dred Fox, s. p., w. of Edward Fox, 
late s. p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Jan. 21, 1(542. 

Dunninge (Donning), May, of Maid- 
stone, thread-twister, ba., about 24, 
whose father consents, and Elizabeth 
Whineatesof S. M. Bredman's, Cant., 
v., of the lii^e age, d. of Thomas 
Whineates of Cant., barber, who also 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's. 
Packnam Mustard of Maidstone, 
mercer, and Thomas Salker of Cant., 
tailor, bonds. Jan. 19, 1635. 

Dunings, William, of Sandhurst, husb., 
ba., about 30, whose mother, Sarah 
Dunings, alias Bell, consents, and 
Mary Springate, s. p., w. of John 
Springate, late s. p.. dec. At same. 
William Simons, s. p., husb., bonds. 
May 7, 1639. 

Duns ley, John, of Sittingboume, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 28, whose mother 
consents, and Mary Daniel, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Jeffery Daniel of 
Norton, husb., who also consents. 
At Sittingboume. Nov. 24, 1641. 

Durant (Darrant), John, of Dover, ship- 
wright, ba., about 31, and Jane Cul- 
pecke, s. p., w. of Thomas Culpeck, 
late of Stepney, dec. At S. RIary's 
in Dover. June 24, 1628. Note. He 
signed "John Durant." 

Durrant, John, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Sybil Perce, s. p., w. of 
Randolph Peirce, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sylvester 
Paine of Heme, husb., bonds. Jan. 
31, 1630. 

Durrant, Thomas, of New Romney, 
Esquire, widr., and Catherine Lan- 
kaster, s. p., w. of [blank] Lankaster, 
late dec. At same. Aug. 20, 1633. 

Durban, George, ot Ringwould, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Alice Cooper of 
Walmer, v., about 18, d. of Thomas 
Cooper, dec, and of Bridget his wife, 
now widow, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by William Lambard of Walmer, 
grosser, her son-in-law. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Oct. 3, 1628. 

Du Sor [Dansox in S. Alphage Reg.], 
Nicholas, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
" jarsey-weaver," ba., about 21, at 
his own govt., and Jane Wibow, s. 
p., v., about 24, d. of Simeon Wibow, 



s. p., husb., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Peter du Boys, s. p., silk- 
weaver. At same. Dionisius Wibau, 
s. p., silkweaver, bonds. July 8, 1634. 

Duxbury (Ducksberry), John, of East 
Thorpe in Essex, yeom., widr., and 
Ann Bennet of Faversham, w. of 
Richard Bennett, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. William Tayler of 
Cant., tailor, bonds. Oct. 16, 1634. 
Noie. The allegation is signed " John 
Dvxbery." 

Duxbery, John, of Faversham, grocer, 
widr., and Elizabeth Jekins "of 
Oxney in St. Margarets Atcliffe," v., 
about 37, d. of James Jekins, late of 
Oxney, dec. At S. Margaret Atcliff. 
Dec. 19, 1637. 

Duxberry, John, of Faversham. grocer, 
widr., and Alary Andrewes of Lyn- 
stead, w. of [blank] Andrewes, late 
s. p., dec. At Bapchild or Norton. 
May 28, 1641. 

Duxbury, John, of Faversham, grocer, 
widr., and Ann Clarke of Leeds, w. 
of William Clarke, late s. p., dec. At 
Preston n. Faversham or Leeds. 
John Simpson of Cant., grocer, 
bonds. April 18, 1643. 

Dy, George, of Ash, yeom., ba., about 
22, son of George Dy, s. p., and Mar- 
garet Selden, w. of Robert Selden, 
late of S. Dunstan's, Cant., dec. At 
S. Dunstan's, Cant. Isbrand Love 
of Cant., g., and John Leedes, s. p., 
baker, bonds. Nov. 28, 1634. 

Dyer, John, of Faversham, g,, ba., about 
32, and Mary Bewty of Ospringe, w., 
about 38, relict of Thomas Bewty, 
late s. p., yeom., dec. At Ospringe. 
Robert Farnham of Ospringe, clerk, 
bonds. Dec. 16, 1624. 

Dyer, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, sea- 
man, ba., about 23, whose parents 
are dead, and Joan Tatam, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose parents also are 
dead. At same. Sept. 6, 1639. 

Dynard, Francis, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
silkweaver, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Judith Fox of S. Mary's in 
Dover, v., about 22, d. of William 
Fox of the city of London, victualler, 
who consents by letter. At S. Mary's 
in Dover. John Browne of Cant., 
barber-chirurgeon, and Cornelius 
Haslocke, s. p., chamberlain, bonds. 
Aug. 14, 1630. Note. The signature 



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seems to read " fransos dannaed : " it 
certainly is not Dynard. 

Dynes, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
shipwright, ba.. about 23, and Eliza- 
beth Clerk, s. p., w. of Richard Clerk, 
late s. p , dec. At same. John Smith 
of Dover, saddlt-r, bonds. May 22, 
1637. 

Earle, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, and 
Rebecca Chernall. s. p. At same. 
March 10, 1621. 

Earle, John, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, gardener, ba., about 23, whose 
father consents, and Martha Summers, 
s. p., v., about 24. At S. M. Magda- 
lene, Cant. Feb. 12, 1637. 

Earles [F.arle in the margin], William, 
of Lenham, clothier, ba., about 26, 
and Catherine Hooker, s. p., v., about 
21, d. of Robert Hooker, s. p., 
clothier, who consents. At S. An- 
drew's, Cant. Jan. 22, 1634. 

Earsden, W'illiam, of Tilmanstone, 
yeom , and Catherine Coveney, s. p., 
w. At same. July 19, 1625. 

Earsley, John, of Newnham, tailor, ba., 
30 and upwards, and MargaretKellam 
of Charing, v., about 20, d. of [blank] 
Kellam, w., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Margaret Knowler, s. p.. v. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 2, 1645. 

Easday, Thomas, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Aphra Markes, s. p., 
v., about 27, d. of [blank] Markes of 
Elham, w., who consents. At Ash. 
Henry Butler of Goodnestone, g., 
bonds. May 22, 1639. 

Eason, Bartholomew, of Stone n. Faver- 
sham, husb., ba., 21 anil upwards, at 
his own govt., and Susan Frith, s. p., 
v., about 28. d. of Robert Frith of 
Great Chart, who consents, as is 
testified by his son, Esaiah Frith. At 
All Saints', Cant. Oct. 17. 1642. 

Eson, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
sailor, and Mary Phillpott, s. p., v. 
At same. April 16, 1622. 

Eason, Roger, of Lydd, husb., ba., 22 
and upwards, at his own govt., and 
Margery Mountaine, s. p., v , 20 and 
upwards, d. of John Movvntaine, s. 
p., beerbrewer, who consents. At 
Godmersham, because he hath a 
friend there who will bestow their 
wedding dinner upon them. April 
13, 1629. 

Eason, Vincent, of Lynstead, yeom., 
widr., about 36, and Mary Finch, s. 



p., maiden, about 35, d. of John 
Finch, late of Sheldwich, dec, and 
now dwelling with [blank] Finch of 
Lynstead, her mother, who consents. 
At [blank. This allegation is in- 
complete, and is unsigned. Vaca/ in 
the margin.] Dec. 10, 1619. &'fne.Kt. 

Eason, Vincent, of Lyn.stead, yeom., 
widr., about 37, and Mary Finch, s. 
p , maiden, about 36. d. of John 
Finch, late of Sheldwich, dec, "who 
lately came from Joane Finch her 
mother of Linxsted," w., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 
16, 1619. 

East, William, of Brenzet, husb.. ba., 
about 26. and Margaret Bray, s. p., 
w., about 26, relict of Philip Bray, 
late s. p., dec. At same. Thomas 
Crouchman of Fairfield, yeom. .bonds. 
Nov. 24, 1627. 

Eastland,Edward,of Cheriton, warrencr, 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Wood, 
s. p.. maiden, about 30, d. of Richard 
Wood of Folkestone, husb., whocon- 
sents. At Cheriton. July 8, 1622. 

Eastland, John, of Dymchurch, husb., 
ba., about 31, and ALir^^nret Moore 
of S. Mary's in the Marsh, w. of 
Andrew Moore, late s. ])., dec. At 

5. M. in the Marsh. Philip East- 
land of Saltwood, husb., bonds. 
April 19, 1638. 

Eastland, Philip, of Sellinge, husb.. ba., 
about 30, and Martha Collier, v., of 
the like age, d. of John ("oilier, s. p., 
who consents. At Alkham. Jan. 9, 
1632. 

Eastnnan, Edward, of All Saints', Cant., 
collarmaker, ba., about 26, and Ann 
Botting of S. Margaret's, Cant., v., 
about 23, d. of [blank] Botting dec, 
and now at her own govt. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. John Fastman of 
All Sis., Cant., collarmaker, bonds. 
Oct. 31, 1633. 

Easton, Nicholas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, ba , about 21 — 
Incomplete and crossed out. Sept. 

6. 1636. 

Easton, Thomas, of Christ's College, 
Oxford, clerk, ba., about 27, and 
Agnes Case of Boxley, v., about 24, 
d. of Mr. George Case, vicar of the 
same parish, who consents, as is 
testified by Anthony Codwell of 
Pluckley, yeom. At Boxley. June 
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Easton, William, of Wittersham, husb., 
ba., upwards of 24, and Mercy 
Tnisto, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. of 
William Trusto of Backlc3'[?Beckle3^] 
in Sussex, dec, and of Ann Trusto, 
alias Pooke, her mother, who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Pooke of Backley in Sussex, husb., 
bonds. April 3, 1620. 

Eaton, John, of Wingham, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Mary Sheathcr, s. p., 
v., about 27, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 5, 
1634. 

Eaton, Nicholas, of Dover, Jurat, widr., 
about 53, and Joan Gibbs of Horsley- 
down n. London, w., about 40, relict 
of John Gibbs, dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 26, 1626. 

Eaton, Nicholas, of Dover, merchant, 
ba., about 2.5, son of Nicholas Eaton, 
late Jurat, dec, and Elizabeth Gibbon 
of Westcliff, v., about 19, d. of Matt- 
hew Gibbon, s. p., g., who consents. 
At Westcliff. April 9, 1038. 

Eaton, Richard, of Ewell, husb., widr., 
and Richardine Parker, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of William Parker of 
Adisham, husb., who consents, as is 
testified by Martha Parker, wife of 
the said William, and mother of 
Richardine. At Ewell. Dec. 9, 1639. 

Eaton, Thomas, of S. George the Mar- 
tyr in Southwark, Surrey, g., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Rromefield 
of Staple, v., about 22, whose parents 
are dead. At Staple. Bruno Disbro, 
Academise Cantabrig., g., bonds. 
Dec. 26, 1632. 

Eaton, William, of Sittingbourne, chap- 
man, widr., about -50, and Joan Winch, 
s. p., maiden, about 30, whose friends 
are all dead. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
May 1, 1620. 

Eaton, William, of S. Michael's, Harhle- 
down, tailor, widr., and Alice Becket, 
s. p., v., about 25, d. of John Becket, 
dec, and of Susan Becket, alias 
Fussett, who consents. At S. Mar- 
tin's, Cant. Nov. 22, 1632. 

Eaton, William, of Dover, grocer, ba., 
about 25, son of Nicholas Eaton, s. 
p., merchant, who consents, and 
Susan Witherden of Tenterden, v., 
about 17, d. of John Witherden, s. 
p.,g., whoalso consents, asis testified 
by Thomas Witherden of Cant. g. 
At New Romncy. July 7, 1635. 



Eborne, Cheiny, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
g., ba., about 27, and Martha Sacrey 
of S. Peter's, Cant., maiden, about 
18, d. of William Sacrey, late of 
Preston n. Faversham, g., dec. about 
12 years since, and now under the 
govt, of George Bachelour of Chart- 
ham, g., who consents. At Milton 
n. Cant., by reason that Mr. George 
Bachelour, cousin of the said Mar- 
tha Sacrey, dwelleth at Chartham, 
whither from Milton they intend to 
go, and there to keep their wedding 
dinner. July 1, 1623. 

Eborne, Richard, of Hythe, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Knight of 
Aldington, maiden, about 20, d. of 
Richard Knight, late s. p., dec. At 
Aldington. John Smith of Cant., 
haberdasher of hats, bonds. Dec. 
1, 1619. 

Ede, (Fade), Edward, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, maltster, ba., 26 and up- 
wards, whose father, William Eade 
of Minster, maltster, consents, and 
Susan Quested of S. N. Atwade, v., 
aijoiit 19, d. of Elizabeth Quested, 
alias Wattes, who also consents, as 
is testified by her husband, William 
Wattes, g. At S. N. Atwade. March 
29, 1645. 

Eed, Henry, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
weaver, widr., about 30, and Ann 
Cockling, s. p., maiden, about 30, 
whose parents are dead. At Alkham. 
Stephen Boys of Cant., clothworker, 
bonds. Dec 21, 1626. See Heed. 

Edenden, Edmond. See Iddenden. 

Edes, Samuel, of New Romne}', tailor, 
widr., and Sarah James, s. p., w. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard Evans 
of Thanington, haberdasher, bonds. 
May 31, 1638. 

Edge, Percivall, of Dover, shipcarpenter, 
ba , about 22, whose mother con- 
sents, and Mary Verrier of Sutton n. 
Dover, v., about 21, d. of William 
Verrier, s. p., yeom , who also con- 
sents, as is testified by George Edge 
of Dover, vintner. At S. Mary's in 
Dover. Jan. 17, 1642. 

Edge, Thomas, of Dover, shoemaker, 
ba., about 21, son of Mary Boult, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified by 
Giles Smith, s. p., saddler, and Mary 
Smith, s. p., v., about 23 or 24, d. of 
John Smith, s. p., saddler, who also 
consents. At All Saints', Cant. 



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312 



Thomas Smith of Cant., innholder, bonds. 
April 9, 1639. 

Ed man, Edward, of Dover, labourer, 
widr., and Susan Elgar of Ripple, 
maiden, 30 and upwards, d. of John 
Elgar, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Paul's, Cant. Oct. 20, 1628. 

Edmed, John, of Lynton, butcher, ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Gray of 
Sandhurst, maiden, about 23, d. of 
Peter Gray, late s. p., yeom., dec. 
At Lynton. April 25, 1620. 

Edmed, Robert, of Frittenden, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, and Elizabeth Austen, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Richard Austen of 
BoughtonWalherbe, yeom., who con- 
.sents. At Kennington. July 14, 1640. 

Edmed, Thomas, of Lynton, ba., about 
28, and Catherine Rogers, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, d. of Griflin Rogers, 
late s. p., husb., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 21, 1619. 

Edmunds (Edmandes), Edward, of 
Snieeth, gardener, ba., about 27, 
whose parents are dead, and Ann 
Lurchin, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
widow Lurchin of East Mailing, who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Popioy of Smeeth, husb. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Peter De Lannoy 
of Cant., merchant, bonds. Feb. 6, 
1639. 

Edmundes, John, of Woodchurch, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Lobill 
of Warehorne, w. of William Lobill 
the elder, late s. p., dec. At Kennard- 
ington. Robert Tilden of Wood- 
church, g., bonds. May 1, 1641. 

Edmundes, Robert, of Iden in Sussex, 
yeom., ba., about 33, and Grace Gee 
of S. George's, Cant., v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
George's. Feb. 1, 1633. 

Edolph, Robert, of the Monastery of S. 
Radigund n. Dover, g., ba., about 30, 
and Mary Evering of Alkham, v., 
about fifteen, d. of John Evering of 
Evering in the said parish of Alkham, 
g., dec, and now in the tuition and 
govt, of her grandmother, one Joice 
Euering, s. p., w., who consents, as 
is testified by William Bageant, yeom. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. June 23, 
1629. 

Edolph, Thomas, of the city of London, 
Esquire, ba., about 24, and Barbara 
Edolph, v., about _17, d. of Sir 



Thomas Edolph of S. Radigund's 
Abbey [n. Dover], Knight, who con- 
sents by letter. At Alkham or Ewell. 
Robert Edolph of S. Radigund's 
Abbey, g.. and George Gardner, s 
p., yeom., bonds. May 31, 1631. 

Edsforth, William, of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., upholster, ba., 20 
and upwards, and Frances Herst of 
Hackington, v., about 18, d. of Mr. 
James Herst, clerk, vicar there, who 
consents. At Hackington. John 
Somner of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
bonds. April 24, 1639. 

Edwardes, Alexander, of Halstow, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Ursula Beckett of 
Bobbing, maiden, about 16, d. of 
Christopher Beckett, late of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne, husb., dec, and 
now under the govt, of her mother, 
Ann Beckett, who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Beckett of 
Bobbing, brother to the said Ursula. 
At All Saints', Cant. Oct. 6, 1623. 

Edwardes, Anthony, of Cant., yeom., 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Ledger 
of Faversham, w. of Robert Ledger, 
late s. p., vintner, dec. At Boughton 
Blean. Feb. 22, 1637. 

Edwardes, Anthony, of Eastry, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Mihell, s. p., w. of 
Richard Mihell, late of Bishops- 
bourne, dec. At S. George's, Cant. 
Paul Browninge of Eastry, yeom., 
bonds. April 4, 1614. 

Edwards, Arthur, of Maidstone, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Ursula Scott of 
Boxley, w., about 50, relict of 
Stephen Scott, late s. p., yeom., dec. 
about a year and a half since. At 
Newington n. Sittingbourne. July 
20, 162L 

Edwards, Christopher, of Ewell, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary Birks of Barham, maiden, 
about 30, d. of John Birks, late of 
S, Margaret Atcliff", husb., dec At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Jan. 7, 1621. 

Edwardes, Edward, of Willesborough, 
hempdresser, ba., about 38, and Sarah 
Seaberry of Ashford, v., about 46. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. June 6, 1628. 

Edwardes, George, of Cliff'ord's Inn, 
London, g., ba., about 25, whose 
father, Bartholomew Edwardes, g., 
consents, and Dorothy Cobb of Lyn- 
stead, v., about 19, d. of Mrs. Cobb, 
s. p., w., who also consents. At 



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Lynstead or Teynham. George Upton 
of Faversham, g., bonds. Sept. 7, 1640. 
Edwardes, George, of Clifford's Inn, 
London, g., ba., about 25, whose 
father, Bartholomew Edwardes, g., 
consents, as is testified by Otwell 
Shrubsole of Lynstead, yeom., and 
Elizabeth Cobb of Lynstead, v., about 
22, d. of Mary Cobb, s. p., w., who 
also consents. (It is further alleged 
that, though the said George here- 
tofore obtained a licence from this 
Court to marry Dorothy Cobb, sister 
of the said Elizabeth, yet he is not 
contracted to her, nor hath he mar- 
ried her bv virtue of the said licence). 
At Lynstead. Oct. 12, 1640. 

Edwardes, James, of Iden in Sussex, 
carpenter, ba., about 28, and Mary 
Young of S. Margaret's, Cant., v., 
about 24, d. of Thomas Young, s. p., 
innholder, who consents. April 8, 
1634. 

Edwardes, John, of Tenterden, g., ba., 
about 34, and Frances Curtis, s. p., 
v., about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At Warehorne or Woodchurch. 
Allegation made and signed by 
Robert Curtis of Tenterden, g. Dec. 
12, 1629. 

Edwards, Nicholas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, sailor, ba., about 30, and 
Susan Lovelace, s. p , maiden, about 
25, d. of Solomon Lovelace, s. p., 
cordwyner, who consents. At same. 
Solomon Love (stc) aforesaid, bonds. 
Jan. 19, 1623. 

Edwardes, Peter, and Ellen Watson, of 
S. Mary's in Dover. At same. Feb. 
24. 1625. 

Edwardes, Phineux, of Faversham, g., 
ba., about 20, whose father is dead, 
and he now at the govt, of his grand- 
father, Reignold Edwardes, s. p., g., 
who consents, and Mary Cobb, s. p., 
v., 20, d. of Mary Cobb, s. p., w., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Cobb, Esquire. At Preston 
n. Faversham. Thomas Osborne of 
Chilham, ar\_migfr], bonds. Jan. 21, 
1638. 

Edwardes, Robert, of Hartlip, yeom., 
ba., about 25, and Alice Boate of 
Newington n. Sittingbournc, v., about 
28, d. of Henry Boate, s. p., g., who 
consents, as is testified by William 
Paine of Rainham, yeom. At Stock- 
bury. Feb. 8, 1631. 



Edwardes, Thomas, of Hollingbourne, 
butcher, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Dorothy Carter, s. p., v., 
17 (?) and upwards, d. of Walter 
Carter, s. p., who consents. At same. 
Feb. 14, 1628. 

Edwardes, Thomas, of Dover, seaman, 
widr., and Mary Kcmpe, s. p., 22 
and upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At S. James's in Dover. Arthur 
Southhouse of Ewell, weaver, bonds. 
Feb. 23, 1638. 

Edwardes, William, clerk, curate of 
Newchurch, [described in his licence 
to the curacy as B.A.] ba., about 30, 
and Martha Coule of Hythe, maiden, 
about 22, d. of Henry Coule, late of 
New Romney, dec, and now in the 
govt, of Ann Coule, a/i'as Prowd, 
wife of Michael Prowd of Hythe, 
who consents. At Saltwood. Nov. 
11,1619. 

Edwardes, William, of Stockbury, husb., 
ba , about 30, and Bennet Johnson 
of Hollingbourne, v., about 26, d. of 
Edward Johnson, s. p., who consents. 
AtS. Mildred's, Cant. June 11, 163 L 

Edwardsome, William, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, husb., ba., about 38, and 
Abigail Pensax of S. James's in 
Dover, maiden, about 26, d. of 
Joseph Pensax, s. p.. mariner, who 
consents, as is testified by Symon 
Minchard of S. Mary's, innholder. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. May 6, 1622. 

Effield, John, of Otham, carpenter, ba., 
about 25, whose father consents, 
and Ann Dadson of Maidstone, v., 
about 26, d. of Ambrose Dadson, s. 
p., husb., who also consents. At 
Langley. Henry Dowd of Tenterden, 
husb., bonds. May 2, 1635. 

Effeild, John, of Brabourne, husb., widr , 
and Sarah Freind, s. p., v., about 24, 
d. of Thomas Freind, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Feb. 21, 1638. 

Effeild, John, of Brabourne, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Bayly, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of John Bayly, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
John Greene of Brabourne, yeom., 
bonds. Nov. 4, 1641. 

Effeild, Matthew, of Sittingbourne, g., 
ba., 26, at his own govt., and Joan 
Champ, s. p., w., about 50, relict of 
John Champ, late s. p., dec. At 
same. May 7, 1628. 



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316 



Effeild, Ralph, of S. Peter's, Cant., tailor, 
widr., about 33, and Thomasine 
Rowell of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
w., about 38, relict of Gilbert Rowell, 
late .s. p., dec. At Nackington. 
Mav 14, 1625. 

Effeild,' Robert, of Selling [or Scllinge], 
husb., ba., about 40, and Elizabeth 
Wilson, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
Solomon Wilson, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
March 11, 1633. 

Effeld, William, of Hinxhill, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Margaret Smecd of 
Mersham, v., about 18, d. of Robert 
Smeed, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Mersham. Aug. 4. 1635. 

Egel I, Timothy, of S. Peter's, Cant., fell- 
monger, ba., 60 at least, and Kath- 
erine Backe of Chartham, v., about 
32or33. AtChartham.June23, 1645. 

Eglestone, Henry, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Thomasine Coppin, s. p., w., about 
54, relict of John Coppin, late s. p., 
mariner, dec. about 4 years since. 
At Monkton, "by reason that the 
.said Thomasine Coppin, who was 
coming with them to obtain this 
licence, fell sick by the way, and so 
not able to come through with 
them." July 31, 1623. 

Egglestone, Henry, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, innholder, widr., and Jane 
Kerby, s. p., v., about 28, whose 
mother consents. At same. Jan. 
28, 1G33. 

Eggleston, Hugh, of Tenterden, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Mary Turner, s. 
p., v., about 36, whose parents are 
long since dead. At Wye. July 29, 
1630. 

Egleston, John, of Winchelseain Sussex, 
g., ba., about 29, and jane Sparke of 
Hougham, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Chitch Sparke, s. p., g., who con- 
sents. At Hougham. Nov. 25, 1624. 

Eldridge, John, of Sandwich, mercer, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Elwood, 
s. p., v., about 16, d. of William and 
Susan Elwood, dec, now under the 
govt, of Mr. Thomas Gardiner, clerk, 
vicar of S. Mary's in Sandwich, who 
consents. At S. RLiry's. RLiy 2, 1634. 

Elgar, Henry, of Ripple, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Jane 
Younge of Ringwould, v., about 21, 
d. of William Yonge, s. p., yeom., 



who consents. At S. George's, Cant. 
Aug. 25, 1628. 

Elgar, Henry, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
Jane Goldock, s. p., v., about 30, d. 
of John Goldock, dec, and of widow 
Goldock, s. p., who also consents. 
At same. William Elgar of Cant., 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 5, 1632. 

Elgar, Ingram, of Eastry, and Mary 
Heyward of Northbourne. At Eastry. 
Feb. 7, 1623. 

Elgar, William, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., yeom., ba., about 35, 
and Elizabeth Palmer of S. Alphage, 
Cant., w., about 34, relict of John 
Palmer, late s. p., dec. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Thomas Sturmyn of the 
Precincts aforesaid, g., bonds. Oct. 
3, 1621. 

Elham, William, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
husb., widr., and Agnes Clarke, s. p., 
w. of Anthony Gierke, late s. p., 
sailor, dec. At S. George's, Cant. 
Vincent Twyman of S. Peter's in T., 
husb., bonds. Feb. 21, 1636. 

Ellen, John, of Luddenham, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Sarah Sead of Leave- 
land, maiden, about 24, d. of George 
Sead, late of Throwley, yeom , dec. 
about 10 years since, and now in the 
govt, of Mary Sead, alias Vine (j), 
of Throwley, who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Martin of JakI- 
denham, husb. At Leavcland. June 
22, 1623. 

Ellenden, Richard, of Whitstable, 
fisherman, widr., and Ann Swanton, 
s. p., w. of John Swanton, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 
3, 1634. 
Ellenden, Thomas, of WHiitstable, 
.sailor, ba., about 26, and Aueline 
Spice, s. p., w. of Richard Spice, 
late s. p , dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
Edward Gonistone of Cant., clerk, 
bonds. RLay 1. 1632. 
Ellenden, Thomas, of Seasalter, seaman, 
widr., and Agnes Bucke of Whit- 
stable, w. of John Bucke, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
George Evans of Whitstable, seaman, 
bonds. June 23, 1642. 
Ellet, Robert, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Ann Tayler of 
Halden, v., about 20, d. of Edward 
Tayler of Adisham, yeom., who con- 
sents. At Eastling. July 23, 1631. 



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318 



Ellinge, Stephen, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt , and 
Jane Wanstall, s. p., v., about 21, 
whose mother consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. Dec. 15, 1G2.5. 

Elliot, Edward, of Rolvenden, liusl)., ba., 
about 30, and Dionise Wasters of 
Wittersham, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Richard Masters of 'I'enterden, liusb., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Henry Siseley of Rolvenden, husb. 
At Wittersham. July 20, 1(521. 

Elliot, Edward, of Boughton Malherbe, 
yeom., widr., about 34, and Mar- 
garet Lay, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At S. ]M. Bredin's, 
Cant. March 13, 1627. 

Elliott, Edward, of Great Chan, yeom., 
widr., about 32, and Rebecca Kempe, 
s. p., v., about 21, d. of John Kempe, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
her brother, Thomas Kempe, s. p. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. IG, 
1628. 

Elliott, Edward, of Tenterden, clothier, 
ba., about 24, and Ann Glover of the 
Chapelry of Ebony, w. of Stephen 
Glover, late s. p., dec. At Tenter- 
den or the Chapel of Ebony. Jacobus 
Tampsett of Tenterden, bioadweaver, 
bonds. Allegation made and signed 
by Rd. Birkhened, Notary Public, 
who had a letter from John Wither- 
den of Tenterden, g., testifying, etc. 
Nov. 10, 1640. 

Elliott, John, of Eastling, yeom., ba., 
about 2.5, and Alice Greenstreet of 
Faversham, v., about 18, d. of James 
Greenstreet, dec, and of Ann (jreen- 
street, w., with whom she liveth, who 
consents, as is testified by John 
Bunce of Eastling, yeom. At East- 
ling. Sept. 29, 1631. 

Elliott, John, of Eastling, yeom., widr., 
and Mildred Croydon of Little Chart, 
w. of Samuel Croydon, late s. p., dec. 
At L. Chart. Oct. 28, 1641. 

Ellis, Daniel, of Cant., cord winder, widr., 
about 27, and Susan Kinge of Willes- 
borough, maiden, about 25, now 
dwelling with [blank] Kinge, s. p., 
her mother, who consents. AtBadles- 
mere. May 6, 1620. 

Ellis, Daniel, of Hothfield, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Sarah 
Virgin of Godmersham, maiden, 
about 22, d. of [blank] Virgin, s. p., 
dec, and now abiding with her 



mother, [blank] Virgin, s. p., w., who 
consents as is testified by Jefferey 
Pye of Lynstead, carpenter. At God- 
mersham. Jan. 22, 1621. 

Ellis, Edward, of Benendcn, broad- 
weaver, widr., about 36, and Ann 
Cooke, s. p., about 22, d. of Richard 
Cooke, s. p., glover, who consents, 
and makes and signs this allegation. 
At Frittenden. April 19, 1620. 

Ellis, Edward, of Great Cliart, yeom., 
ba., about 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Ann Wilmot, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Ann Wilmot, other- 
wise Jenkin, of Maidstone, w., who 
also consents, as is testified by Robert 
Bull of Hothfield, yeom. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. George Rutting of 
Bethersden, butcher, bonds. Jan. 
15. 1639. 

Ellis, Edward, of Teynham, husb., ba.. 
about 25, and Margaret Larkin of 
Bapchild, v., of the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. William Mather of Cant., 
musician, bonds. April 5, 1641. 

Ellis, Edward, of Milstead, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose mother consents, 
and Mary Hysted, s. p., v., about 24, 
d. of Richard Hysted. s. p., yeom., 
who also consents. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Nov. 24, 1641. 

Ellis, John, of Egerton, cluthier, ba., 
about 27, and Mary Gorham of Dav- 
ington, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Thomas Gorham of Egerton, who 
consents. At Davington. Oct. 14, 
1619. 

Ellis, John, of Lenham, bricklayer, ba., 
23 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Thomasine Davis, s. p., v., 21 
and upwards, d. of John Davis, late 
s. p., biicklayer, dec, and now at 
her own govt. At Stockbury, "be- 
cause there is one Christopher 
Partridge of the same parish his 
uncle who will bestow a wedding 
dinner upon them." Nov. 10, 1623. 

Ellis, John, of Smeeth, cordwainer, ba., 
about 30, and Joan Gilphin of L)'m- 
inge, v., about 25 or 26, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. '] homas Sanders of Elham, 
yeom., and Henry Allen of S. Alph- 
age, Cant., bonds. May 12, 1642. 

Ellis, Joshua, of Westminster, g., ba., 
about 30, and INIargaret Neylour of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch.,' Cant., 



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maiden, about 20, d. of Robert Ney- 
lour, late of Cant., g., dec, and 
now under the govt, of Mr. Isaac 
Bargrave.D.D., Prebendary of Christ- 
church, who consents. At Ch. Ch., 
Cant. Robert Bargrave of Bridge, 
g., bonds. July 29, 1624. 

Ellis, Nicholas, of Boughton Aluph, 
miller, widr., about 53, and Priscilla 
Blundell, s. p., maiden, about 23, d. 
of John Blundell of Wye, bricklayer, 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
July 17, 1623. 

Ellis, Peter, of Maidstone, hosier, widr., 
about 28, and Mary Hunt of Good- 
nestone n. Faversham, maiden, about 
21, d. of Mr. John Hunt s. p., clerk, 
who consents. At Preston n. Faver- 
sham. Nov. 2, 1622. 

Ellis, Peter, of Marden, husb., widr., and 
Bridget Vndrill, s. p., v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Sept. 21, 1640. 

Ellis, Richard, of Wye, tapster, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Joan 
Pell, s. p., v., about 25, whose par- 
ents are dead. At Wye. Simon 
Overall of Cant., hoastler, bonds. 
May 15, 1630. 

Ellis, Richard, of Milstead, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Mildred Histed of 
Newnham, v., about 24, d. of Richard 
Histed of Milsted, husb., who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Ellis of Milstead, carpenter, bonds. 
Sept. 6. 1632. 

Ellis, Robert, of Cranbrook, yeom., ba., 
about 35, and Joan Lawrence, s. p., 
w., about 34, relict of Thomas Law- 
rence, s. p., yeom., dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Aug. 13, 1623. 

Ellis, Robert, the younger, of Atry 
[Ottery] St. Mary in Devonshire, g., 
ba., about 28, whose father, Robert 
Ellis, consents, and Jane Razell of 
Maidstone, v., about 22, whose par- 
ents are dead. At Boxley. Francis 
Crispe of Maidstone, g., and Thomas 
Branker of Cant., g., bonds. June 
30, 1638. 

Ellis, Roger, of Ickham, maltster, ba., 
about 33, and Catherine Smith of S. 
Peter's in Thanet, w. of Thomas 
Smith, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Jan. 31, 1637. 

Ellis, Thomas, of Barham, cooper, ba., 
about 30, and Joan Stainsby of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., w., about 40, relict 



of Matthew Stainsby, late s. p., dec. 
about 18 months since. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Oct. 10, 1622. 

Ellis, Thomas, of Westbere, husb., ba., 
30 and upwards, and Agnes Giles, s. 
p., w. of James Giles, late s. p., dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. John 
Ellis of Cosmus and Damian in le 
Bleane,husb., bonds. May 28, 1632. 

Ellis, Thomas, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Alice Willis, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of John Willis, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
Elizabeth Willis, mother of the said 
Alice. At .same. Richard Barber 
of Bradfield, Yorksh., hatmaker, 
bonds. Oct. 2, 1633. 

Ellis, Thomas, of Doddington, tailor, 
ba., about 33, and Bennet Billes, s. 
p., v., about 30, d. of widow Billes 
of East Sutton, who consents. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Robert Waterer 
of Sittingbourne, miller, and Thomas 
Plummer of Newnham, husb., bonds. 
May 25, 1635. 

Ellis, Thomas, of Leeds, blacksmith, ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Dabbs of 
Detling, v., about 21, d. of Joan 
Dabbs, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Chapman of 
Aylsford, bricklayer. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Feb. 15, 1641. 

Elmestone, Isaac, of Boughton Aluph, 
husb., widr., and Bennet Titherden of 
Wye, w. of Matthew T3'thcrden, late 
s. p., dec. At Wye. Jacobus Dadson 
of B. Aluph, miller, bonds. Aug. 25, 
1640. 

Elmeston, Isaac, of Wye, husb., widr., 
and Mary Wattes, s. p., v., about 30, 
d. of James Wattes, who consents. 
At Godmersham or Kennington. 
Richard Fuller of Holy Cross, Cant., 
cordwainer, and Jacobus Dodson of 
Boughton Aluph, miller, bonds. 
Sept. 25, 1641. 

Elmestone, Richard, of Lenham, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Jane Brockwell, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of John Brock- 
well, s. p., maltster, who consents. 
At Frinstead. Aug. 21, 1637. 

Elmston, Thomas. — Gervase Maplisden 
ofMaidstone, g., alleges that Thomas 
Elmston, s. p., clerk, ba., about 30, 
intends to marry Catherine Manley 
of Cranbrook, v., of the same age ; 
but in regard of some extraordinary 
busines the said Mr. Elmston can- 



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not come in person for this licence. 
At Cranbrook or Staplehurst. Sept. 

20, 1638. 

Elmton, John, of S. Lawrence [? in 
Thanet], fisherman, ba., about 44, 
and Joan Elinor, s. p., maiden, 
about 27, d. of John Elinor, late 
of S. Peter's in Sandwich, husb., 
dec. about 20 years since, and now 
at her own govt. At S. Lawrence 
aforesaid. Aug. 4, 1621. 

EIner, William, of Woodnesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Mary 
Snode of Chartham, maiden, about 
22, d. of Richard Snode, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
Oct. 16, 1619. 

Elinor, William, of Ickham, yeom., widr., 
and Ann Fuller, s. p., w. of Thomas 
Fuller, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Henry Jenkin of 
Cant., g., bonds. March 19, 1634. 

Els, Thomas, of Charing, husb., widr., 
and Susan Turtle of Throwley, v., 
about 21, d. of Christopher Turtle, 
s. p., husb., who consents. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. June 10, 1644. 

Elscomb, Nicholas, of Ivychurch, husb., 
widr., and Alice Wells, s. p , w. of 
Nicholas Wells, late dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Gayler 
of Brookland, husb., bonds. Nov. 

21, 1636. 

Elscomb, Nicholas, of Old Romney, 
yeom., widr., and Amy Streating of 
Ivychurch, w. of Mr. John Streating, 
late of Brookland, clerk, dec. At 
Brookland or Snargate. Edward 
Wright of Brookland, yeom., and 
John Wright of Brenzet, clothier, 
bonds. June 5, 1646. 

Elslnge, Henry, Esquire. — Daniel Allen 
of Tenterden, clothier, alleges that 
Henry Elsingc, Esquire, intends to 
marry Margaret Tyas of Tenterden, 
V. — At Staplehurst. The said Daniel 
Allen, and Richard Birkhened of 
Cant., g., bonds. Oct. 19, 1636. 

Elson, Roger, of Worth, yeom., widr., 
about 46, and Alice Joanes of 
Minster in Thanet, w., about 43, 
relict of Matthew Joanes, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
July 25, 1627. 

Elson, Roger, of Worth, yeom., widr., 
and Naomi Swift of Sandwich, w. of 
Augustine Swift, late of Norwich, 
dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 



Henry Dryland of Sandwich, tailor, 
bonds. March 30, 1635. 

Elsted, Thomas, of Chartham, yeom., 
widr., and Margery Hills, s. p., w. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Thomas Bee- 
ston of Cant., baker, bonds. Aug. 
10, 1639. 

Elvin, Allen, of Leysdown, yeom., widr., 
and Susan Osborne of Harly, w. of 
John Osborne, late s. p., dec. At S. 
I\L Bredman's, Cant. Edward An- 
drew of Dover, fellmonger, bonds. 
Feb. 10, 1640. 

Elvin, Ellice, of Iwade, and Mary Wy- 
marke of Reculver. At Reculver. 
Dec. 30, 1639. 

Elvin, Henry, of Leysdown in Shcppy, 
husb., ba., about 23, and Catherine 
]\Iartin of Badlesmere, w. of Charles 
Martin, late of the city of London, 
g., dec. At Badlesmere. Allen Elvin 
of Leysdown, yeom., bonds. June 
27, 1628. 

Ellvin, Samuel, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
silkweaver, widr., about 38, and 
Elizabeth Myles, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of Henry Miles, late of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., linenweaver, dec, 
and now at her own govt. At S. 
Michael's, Harbledown. June 22, 
1622. 

Eluyn, Samuel, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
millencr, ba., about 25, whose father 
consents, and Ann Clarke of S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant., v., about 18, d. of 
Lsaac Clarke, s. p., bricklayer, who 
also consents by a note under his 
hand. AtThanington. Bartholomew 
Clarke of Cant., bricklayer, bonds. 
Dec. 15, 1632. 

EIvy, Edward, of Badlesmere, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Repentance Larkine, 
s. p., v., about 30, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 
1, 1635. 

EIvy, Edward, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
g., ba., about 25, whose father con- 
sents, and Alice Barley of S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant., v., about 19, d. of 
Sarah, the wife of Peter Evans, g., 
who also consents. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant.,orHackington. Feb. 19, 1660. 

Elvie, Robert, of Aldington, yeom., ba., 
about 34, and Margaret \Vhitinge of 
Mersham, v., about 21, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by George 
Winter of Aldington, yeom. At Mer- 
sham. July 2, 1633. 

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Elvie, Roger, of Brookland, yeom., about 
45, and Judith Minge of Ivychurch, 
v., about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 7, 
1624. 

Elvie, Thomas, of Throwley, husb., ba., 
about 34, and Mary Snode, s. p., v., 
about 23, whose motlier, Susan Snode, 
consents, as istestifiedbyherbrother, 
Richard Snode, s. p. At Leaveland. 
Feb. 2, 1628. 

EIvy, Thomas, of Aldington, husb., ba., 
about 30, whose mother, JuHan 
Elvie, consents, and Mary Hogben of 
Mersham, v., about 20, d. of Mary 
Hogben, s. p., w., who also consents, 
as is testified by her son, Richard 
Hogben. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Robert Elvy of Aldington, yeom., 
bonds. Oct. 17, 1639. 

Elvie, Thomas, and Elizabeth Burton, of 
Westwcll. At same. March 1, 1640. 

El wood, Charles, of Dover, g.,ba., about 
22, at his own govt., and Mary 
Stodolph, s. p., v., about 27, at her 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Loonies of Dover, innholder, 
bonds. Feb. 17, 1628. 

Ellwood, John, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, baker, ba., about 27, and Mary 
Jacob of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
maiden, about 28, d. of John Jacob, 
s. p.. Jurat, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Edmund Payne, s. p. " mar- 
cer." At S. Mary's aforesaid. Aug. 
27, 1622. 

Elwood, William, of the city of London, 
clothworker, ba., about 30, and 
Catherine Goodwyn of Dover, 
maiden, about 22, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Mary's in Dover. July 
30, 1625. 

Elwyn, Richard, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Mildred Cheesman of 
Sheldwich, w. of Nicholas Chees- 
man, late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Southouse and Chris- 
topher Southouse of Selling, yeom., 
bonds. Oct. 21, 1628. 

Elwyn, Thomas, of Stalisfiekl, g., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Standley of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., v., about 23, d. of 
Mr. John Standle}-, one of the 
Aldermen of Cant., who consents. 
At S. Mildred's. Aug. 15, 1628. 

Ely, Henry, of Smarden, clerk, M.A., 
ba., 30 and upwards, and Ruth Bull, 



s. p., v., about 19, d. of Robert Bull, 
dec, now at her own govt. At 
Egerton. Sept. 15, 1630. ' 

Ely, James, of Sittingbourne, hackney- 
man, ba., about 28, and Dorothy 
Dawling, s. p., w. of Thomas Daw- 
ling, late s. p., dec. At Bapchild. 
Hugh Everett of Holy Cross, Cant., 
brewer, bonds. Feb. 5, 1640. 

Ely, Nicholas, of Charing, g., ba., about 
24, and MarySomner of S.Margaret's, 
Cant., maiden, about 22, d. of 
William Somner, s. p., g., who con- 
sents, as also does Mr. Robert Ely, 
clerk, father of the said Nicholas. 
At Charing. Aug. 23, 1625. 

Eely, Robert, and Margaret Honny, w., 
of Staplehurst. At same. Dec. 20, 
1638. 

Embleton, Cutbert, of Rainham, sea- 
faringman, ba., about 27, and Ann 
Bax, s. p., v., about 17, d. of Richard 
Bax, s. p., who consents, as is tes- 
tified by Richard Helby, s. p., sea- 
faringman. At same. Feb. 3, 1637. 

Emptage, Daniel, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, yeom., ba., about 30, and 
Agnes Deverson, s. p., v.. about 28, 
d. of Thomas Deverson of S. Law- 
rence [in Thanet], who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant John 
Emptage of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
and Thomas Emptage of S. Peter's 
in Thanet, yeomen, bonds. Nov. 
24, 1628. 

Emptage, Edward, clerk, I\LA., vicar of 
Postling, widr., and Amy Plummer 
of Brabourne, w. of [blank] Plum- 
mer, late of Alkham, dec. At Little- 
bourne. Feb. 23. 1632. 

Emptage, Mr. Edward, clerk, vicar of 
Postling, widr., and Mary Hawtrey 
of Kennington, w. of John Hawtrey, 
late of Ashford, dec. At Sellinge, 
Postling or Stanford. Nov. 18, 1643. 

Emptage, Gabriel, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, mariner, ba., about 29, and 
LsabellaHartlej', s.p.,v.,d. of [blank] 
Hartley, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by Mr. Thomas Grant, clerk. 
At same. John Grant of Cant., 
m bonds. Feb. 8, 1636. 

Emptage, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom., widr., and Hester Appleton, 
s. p., wife of John Appleton, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Edward Taddy of S. John's in Thanet, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 30, 1634. 



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Emptage, Jolin, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
ycom., ba., about 21, whose fatlier 
consents, and Mary Fuller of Minster 
in Thanet, v. about 18, d. of Edward 
Fuller, s. p., yeom., who also consents. 
At Minster. Oct. 8, 1636. 

Emptage, John, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom., widr., and Martha Peers of 
Nackington, v., 40 and upwards, d. 
of Thomas Peers, who consents. At 
Nackington. Oct. II, 1645. 

Emptage, Ralph, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
yeom , ba., about 22, s. of Edward 
Emptage, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
and Sibyl Tomlyn of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, maiden, about 23, d. of 
Stephen Tomlyn, late of S. John's in 
Thanet, dec, and now at her own 
govt. At S. Nicholas Atwade. April 
24, 1624. 

Emptage, Thomas, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, yeom., ba., about 23, at his 
own govt., and Agnes Archer, s. p., 
maiden, about 18, whose mother, 
Jane Archer of Monkton, w., con- 
sents. At S. Nicholas. March 31, 
1G27. 

Emptage, Thomas, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Mary Goteley of Petham, v., about 26, 
d. of Lawrence Goteley of Molash, 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 
by Simon Rlaxland of Petham, husb. 
At Petham, June 11, 1634. 

Engeham, Edward, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., g., ba., 27 and upwards, and 
Ann Lovelace of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
v., about 25, d. of the Worshipful 
Lancelot Lovelace, s. p., Esquire, 
who consents. At S. Margaret's. 
Francis Lovelace of Cant., bonds. 
Aug. 1, 1628. 

Engeham, John, of Sandwich, g., ba., 
about 30, and Susan Paytson, s. p., 
v., about [blank], d. of Joan Paytson, 
alias Forstall, wife of Henry Forstall, 
lurat of Sandwich, who consents, as 
is testified by a letter from the said 
IMr. Forstall. At Woodnesborough. 
May 10, 1628. 

Engham, John, of Sandwich, g., widr., 
and Joan Finch, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Finch, late s. p.. g., dec. At S. 
Peter's, Cant., or Woodnesborough. 
Oct. 30, 1643. 

Engham, Thomas, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, Esquire, widr., about 23, 
and Frances Chibornc of S. Alphage, 



Cant., maiden, about 21, d. of Sir 
Charh.'sChiborne of London, Knight, 
dec. about 3 years since, and now in 
the govt, of Edward Hadde, f]squirc, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Hanameel Chiborne of Lincoln's 
Inn, Middlesex, Esquire. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. George Waller, 
anniger, and Richard Juxon, g., both 
of Cant., bonds. April 29, 1623. 

English, John, of Dover, " vinctner," 
ba., about 30, and Ann Baker, s. p., 
v., about 24 or 25, at her own govt. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Nov. 23, 
1639. 

Enterbery, Thomas, of Milton n. Sit- 
tingbourne, miller, ba., about 26, 
and Joan Knowler, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of Richard Knowler, s. p., 
seafaringman, who consents. At 
Bobbing or Murston. June 19, 1643. 

Epps, Edward, of Crundale, husb., ba., 
about 26, son of John Epps, s. ji., 
who consents, and Winnefrith Rob- 
binson, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Stephen Robbinson, s. p., who also 
consents, as is testified by his d., 
Susan Robbinson. At Thanington. 
Thomas Epps of Godmersham, 
husb., bonds. May 27, 1641. 

Epps, George, of S. James's in Dover, 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Andrewes, s. p., w., about 30, relict 
of John Andrewes, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Feb. 18, 1624. 

Epps, George, of S. James's in Dover, 
weaver, widr., and Margaret Holland 
of Fordwich, v., about 28, d. of 
John Holland of Stodmarsh, husb., 
who consents. At Wickhambreux. 
Sampson Epps of Wickhambreux, 
husb., bonds. Feb. 23, 1635. 

Eppes, George, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
linen weaver, widr., and Sarah Doves 
of S. James's in Dover, w. of Nicholas 
Doves, late s. p., dec. At Charlton. 
Sampson Eppes of Wickhambreux, 
husb., and Thomas Chapman of 
Dover, hempdresser, bonds. Sept. 
1, 1641. 

Epps, Humphrey, of Godmersham, 
husb., ba., about 26, whose father 
consents, and Sarah Croft, s. p., v., 
of the like age, d. of Thomas Croft, 
who also consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Thomas Croft of Harbledown, 
yeom., bonds. June 25, 1644. 



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Epps, Thomas, of Crnndale, husb., ba., 
' about 27, and Margaret Page of 
Godmersham, v., about the like age. 
At Thanington. Humphrey Epps 
of Godmersham, husb., bonds. 
June 18, 1640. 

Epps, WiUiam, of Mersham, glover, 
widr., and Ehzabeth Munnes, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of Joan Munnes of 
Selhnge, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Edward Munnes of 
Selhnge, husb., and Thomas Weaver 
of Cant., tapster, bonds. May 1, 
1638. 

Epps, William, of IMonks Horton, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Joan Browne, s. p., v., of 
the like age, d. of Charles Browne, 
s. p., who also consents, as is testi- 
fied by his son. Tohn Browne. At 
Monks H. or S. IM. Bredin's, Cant. 
Oct. 20, 1645. 

Epsley, Stephen, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanct, fisherman, ba., about 50, and 
Elizabeth Coppin, s. p., maiden, 
about 53. At S. Peter's in Sandwich. 
April 17, 1627. 

Eredge, William, of Ebony, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Marian Hawkes of 
Bethersden, v., about 30, at her own 
govt. At Pluckley. April 23, 1633. 

Essex, George, of Wye, weaver, widr., 
and Elizabeth Benford, s. p., v., 
about 25, at her own disposing, her 
parents being dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Henry Essex of Cant., 
silkweaver, bonds. Oct. 25, 1632. 

Essex, George, of Fairfield, husb., ba., 
about 43, and Elizabeth Jenkins, s. 
p., v., about 21, whose parents are 
dead. At Brookland or Appledore. 
John Williamson of Cant., beer 
drawer, bonds. Jan. 27, 1641. 

Essex, John, of Smeeth, husb., ba., 
about 27, whose parents are dead, 
and Ann Huitt, s. p., v., 21 and up- 
wards, d. of Mary Hewitt, s. p., w., 
who consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Stephen Miller of Bonning- 
ton, husb., bonds. July 26, 1638. 

Essex, Stephen, of Great Chart, linen- 
weaver, ba., about 21, whose parents 
are dead, and Joan Couchman, s. p., 
v., about 25, also at her own govt. 
At Kingsnorth. Richard Matcham 
of G. Chart, g., bonds. Jan. 18, 1630. 

Esterfei Id, Abraham, of Aldington, tailor, 
ba., about 34, and Elizabeth Wey- 



man, s. p., v., about 23, whose par- 
ents are dead. At Burmarsh. April 
9, 1638. 

Etherick, Thomas, of New Romney, 
tayer, ba., about 23, whose mother 
consents, and Dorothy Smith, s. p., 
v., about 18, whose parents are dead, 
and she now at the govt, of Edward 
A. .y of Lydd, her brother, exor. of 
the will of her late mother, who also 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. Smith 
Tookey of N. Romney, innholder, 
and Jeremiah Stanford, s. p., yeom., 
bonds. Jan. 16, 1641. Note. Tayer 
may mean tawer or lawyer, a dresser 
of white leather. 

Evans, Edward, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
songster, ba., 28, and Elizabeth 
Frend of Eastry, v., about 30, d. of 
Mark Frend, s. p., innkeeper, who 
consents. At Holy Cross, Cant. 
Feb. 3, 1631. 

Evans, George, and Elizabeth Breade, of 
Seasalter. At same. Nov. 28, 1625. 

Evans, George, of Whitstable, seafaring- 
man, widr., and Mary Sea, s. p., w. 
of William Sea, late of Heme, dec. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. William 
Wilkenes of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. Jan. 5, 1642. 

Evans, John, of Loose, fuller, ba., about 
23, at his own govt., and Martha 
Lane, s. p., v., about 22, whose par- 
ents being dead, she is now under 
the govt., of her uncle, Henry Lane, 
s. p., who consents. At Thornham, 
because Mr. John Crompe, clerk, 
vicar there, being a kinsman of the 
maid, doth intend to give them their 
wedding dinner. \_Note. The word 
kinsman has had a pen drawn 
through it.] Edward Alchorne of 
Loose, clerk, bonds. March 15, 1624. 

Evans, John, of St. Failh in the city of 
London, apothecary, widr., about 45, 
and Ann Crow of Otterden, w., about 
35, relict of [blank] Crow, late of the 
city of London, dec. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. Francis Bowles of the 
city of London, tailor, bonds. July 
27, 1626. 

Evans, John, of S. George's in South- 
wark, basketmaker, widr., and Mary 
Harbert of Bekesbourne, v., about 
30, d. of John Harbert of Holy Cross, 
Cant., yeom., who consents. At 
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Evans, John, of Halstow, seafaringman, 
ba., about 25. and Rabidge Shcapley, 
s. p., w. of Robert Sheapley, late s. 
p., dec. At Bobbing. John Dadd of 
Halstow, yeom., bonds. April 27, 
1636. 

Evans, John, of Deal, sailor, widr., and 
Winifred Burton, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Burton, late s. p., dec. At Deal or 
Shoulden. Dec. 11, 1644. 

Evans, Joseph, of West Hythe, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Margaret Barber 
of Rolvenden, v., about 28, d. of 
Thomas Barber, s. p., who consents. 
At Rolvenden. April 9, 1642. 

Evans, Richard, of Biddenden, brewer, 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Margaret Barnes of Wye, v., 
about 20, whose parents are dead. 
At Godmersham or Biddenden. 
Thomas Mount of Wye, yeom., and 
Thomas Jemmet of Boughton Aluph, 
maltman, bonds. Dec. 21, 1641. 

Evans, Robert, of Queenborough, sea- 
faringman, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Mary Marshall of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne, w., about 23, relict 
of Robert Marshall, late s. p., dec. 
At Milton. May 1, 1627. 

Evens, Thomas, of Queenborough, 
mariner, ba., about 24, and Eliza- 
beth Beaie of Faversham, v., about 
17, d. of Bennet Beale, alias Butler, 
wife of John Butler of S. Thomas 
in Harty, g., who consents. At 
Faversham. Dionisius Wharton of 
Faversham, brazier, bonds. Aug. 
20, 1639. Note. The signature to 
this allegation is Thomas Eaues or 
Eanes. 

Evans, William, of New Romney, glazier, 
widr., and Mary Parkes, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Coates 
of N. Romney, yeom., bonds. Feb. 
26, 1639. 

Everard, Henry, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
g., ba., 22 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Ann Yonge of S. John's 
in Thanet, v., about 24, d. of Robert 
Yonge, s. p., baker, who consents, 
as is testified by her brother, Henry 
Yonge, s. p., baker. At S. John's. 
John Everard of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., g., bonds. Jan. 30, 1631. 

Everard, Henry, of S. John's in Thanet, 
merchant, widr., and Elizabeth Skyn- 
ner of Hackington, w. of William 



Skynner, late dec. At Hackington. 
George May of S. John's in Thanet, 
merchant, and Richard Branker of 
Cant., haberdasher, bonds. June 30, 
1636. 

Everard, John, of Hackington, g., ba., 
about 20, at his own govt., and Ann 
Roades, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
whose friends are dead. At same. 
March 1, 1619. 

Everard, Thomas, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., g., ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Clemens Stroughill of S. 
George's, Cant., maiden, about 26, 
d. of Clement Stroughill, late of 
Hackington, g., dec. about 26 years 
since. At S. George's, Cant. George 
More of Cant., Alderman, bonds. 
Feb. 12, 1622. 

Everard, Thomas, of S. Nicholas At- 
wade, g., 20 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Mary Hales of S. Alphage, 
Cant., v., about 24, d. of William 
Hales, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Cosmos and Damian in le Blean, 
because Mr. Thurgarr, the minister 
there, is a kinsman of hers, where 
they intend to keep their wedding 
dinner. Sept. 8, 1624. 

Everard et Back. 1646. Taken from 
the Index to Vol. P. 

Everden, Daniel, of Benenden, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Ann Beale of 
Smarden.v., about 21, whose mother, 
Ann Beale, consents, as is testified 
by her brother-in-law, Thomas 
Moncke of Smarden. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 10, 1626. 

Everden, Thomas, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., and Elizabeth Dauis of S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. At S. M. Bredin's. 
Feb. 20, 1631. See Everinden, 
Evernden. 

Eve ret, Edward, and Iddin Pleyward, 
were married by licence at All Saints', 
Cant. Sept. 17, 1643. 

Eve ret, Henry, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
vintner, ba., about 22 or 23, whose 
mother, Averie Everet of Wickham- 
breux, w., consents, and Deborah 
Beverton of S. Peter's, Cant., v., 
about 21, d. of Mary Beverton, s. p., 
w., who also con.sents, as is testified 
by her son, Squire Beverton. At 
Hackington. Daniel Richardson of 
Cant., victualler, bonds. Nov. 16, 
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Everett, Leyney, of All Saints', Cant., 
ba.. about 22, and Aphra Jancock of 
Stodmarsh, maiden, about 23, d. of 
[blank] Jancock, s. p., yeom., who is 
willing. At Stodmarsh. May 15, 1619. 

Everinden, Walter, of Westfield in 
Susse.x, g., ba., about 23, son of Walter 
Everinden, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by ThomasGinderof Elham, 
g., and Susan Ladof Elham, v., about 
23, d. of John Lad, dec. and of 
Elizabeth Lad, w., who also consents, 
as the said Thomas Ginder also testi- 
fies. At Elham. Oct. 10, 1629. 

Everinden, William, of Littlcbourne, 
yeom., ba., about 23, whose father 
consents, and Alice Greenland of S. 
Michael's, Harbledown, v., about21, 
d. of Ann Napleton, alias Greenland, 
s. p., w., who also consents, as is 
testified by Jacob Napleton of Preston 
n. Faversham, g. At Preston n. F. 
or at Sheldwich. Aug. 11, 1612. 
See Everden, Evernden. 

Evering, Robert, of Lyminge, g., and 
Mary Hugesson of S. James's in 
Dover, v. At Lyminge, S. James's 
in Dover or Buckland. William 
Watmer of Cant., Alderman, and 
Jonas Tayler, rector of Lyminge, 
"bonds. Dec. 28, 1622. 

Evering, Simon, of Egerton, yeom., ba., 
about 32, and Susan Philpot, s. 
p., w., about 37, relict of Stephen 
Philpott, late s. p., yeom., dec. At 
same. July 26, 1620. 

Evernden, Aaron, of New Romney, 
yeom., widr., about 41, and Susan 
Wood, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. of 
Samuel Wood. s. p., vintner, who 
consents. At Newchurch. Feb. 13, 
1621. 

Evernden n, Edmund, of Burmarsh, 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Ann Stokes 
of Dymchurch, w., about 40, relict 
of Henry Stokes, late of Hythe, dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 
14, 1619. 

Evernden, Edmund, of Dymchurch, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Merry- 
man, s. p., v., about 27. whose par- 
ents are dead. At same. Jan. 28, 
1629. 

Evernden, Edmund, of Ashford, tanner, 
widr., and Elizabeth Brooke of Ul- 
combe, v., about 28, d. of Robert 
Brooke, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. March 30, 1630. 



Evernden, Edmund, of Dymchurch, 
yciom., widr., and Ann Collins of 
Burmarsh, w. of John Collins, late 
s. p., dec. At Dymchurch or Bur- 
marsh. June 26, 1641. 

Evernden, Edmund, of Lydden, husb., 
ba., 21 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Ladd, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of Richard Ladd, s. p., 
who consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Nicholas Charr of Cant., 
yeom., bonds. Dec. 22. 1641. 

Evernden, Francis, of Woodchurch, 
ba., about 19, son of Aaron Evern- 
den of New Romney, yeom., and 
Susan Burwash of Woodchurch, 
maiden, about 18, d. of Alexander 
Burwash, s.p., yeom., who consents, 
and testifies that Aaron Evernden, 
father of Francis, also consents. At 
S. Alphage, Cant. Oct. 11, 1621. 

Evernden, Richard, of Benenden, tan- 
ner, ba., about 27, and Phillis Chit- 
tenden, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of John Chittenden, s. p., husb.. 
who consents. At Woodchurch, 
because her uncle, Edward Chitten- 
den, dwells there, and there they 
intend to keep their wedding dinner. 
April 16, 1625. 

Evernden, Samuel, of Little Chart, 
linen-weaver, ba , about 22, whose 
mother consents, and Susanna 
Skruggs of Lynstead. v., about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant. Thomas Solley of 
S. Alphage, Cant., tailor, bonds. 
May 28, 1646. 

Evernden, William, of Rolvenden, 
yeom., ba , about 30, and Mary Hen- 
den, s. p., v., about 20, whose mother, 
Mary Henden, alias Fishcnden, wife 
of Lawrence Fishenden, s. p., con- 
sents, as is testified by the said Law- 
rence. At S. Andrew's, Cant. Sept. 
12, 1626. 

Evernden, William, of Sandhurst, yeom., 
widr., and Martha Cutbush, s. p., w. 
of Edward Cutbush, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. John Evern- 
den of Littlebourne, and Samuel 
Petter of Sandhurst, yeomen, bonds. 
June 8, 1643. 6"!?^ Everden, Everinden. 

Evers, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
g., ba , about 35, and Jane Johnson, 
s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of Judith 
Johnson, s. p., w., who consents. 
Sept. 26, 1627. 



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Ewe 1 1, Christopher, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Mary Bucke, s. p , v., about 21, d. of 
John Bucke, s. p., sailor, who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Bucke of Cant., tailor, bonds. Nov. 
6, 1634. 

Ewell, Christopher, of Whitstable, sea- 
man, widr., and Ann Hayward of 
Faversham, v., about 24 or 25, d. of 
[blank] Hayward, s. p., w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard Tayler 
of Chatham, shipcarpentcr. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. April 7, 1642. 

Ewell, Edward, of the city of London, 
g., ba., about 32, and Catherine Boys 
of Nonington, v., about 20. d. of 
Sir Edward Boys, s. p.. Knight, who 
consents, as was affirmed by his Lady 
to Mr. Leonard Browne, procurator. 
At Nonington. Sept. 28, 1640. 

Ewell, John, of Whitstable, yeom., widr., 
about 30, and Alice Fox, s. p., w., 
about 36, relict of Henry Fo.x, late 
s. p., dec. At S. ]\L Bredin's, Cant. 
July 14, 1625. 

Ewell, John, of Whitstable, widr., about 
32, and Thomasine Spencer of 
Boughton Blean, maiden, about 26, 
d. of William Spencer, s. p., fell- 
monger, who consents, as is testified 
by William Jarman of Holy Cross, 
Cant., tanner, son-in-law of the said 
William. At B. Blean. May 6, 1626. 

Ewell, John, of Brookland, husb., widr., 
and Rebecca Watchers, s. p., w. of 
John Watchers, late s. p., dec. At 
same. William Dobbin, s. p., car- 
penter, bonds. Aug. 5, 1639. 

Ewell, John, of Heme, husb., ba., about 
27, whose mother consents, and Jane 
Frith, s. p., v., about 22, whose par- 
ents are dead. At S. George's, Cant. 
Edward Welbie of Heme, husb., and 
Thomas Harrison of Cant., pewterer, 
bonds. Oct. 24, 1639. 

Ewell, Robert, of Barfreston, g., ba., 24 
and upwards, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Deering of Boughton 
Aluph, v., about 22, d. of John 
Deering, s. p., g., who also consents. 
At B. Aluph. Leonard Browne of 
Cant, g., bonds. Nov. 24, 1637. 

Ewell, Thomas, of Chislet, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Sibyl Ewell, s. p., 
maiden, about 21, d. of Richard 
Ewell, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Chislet. Nov. 29, 1623. 



Ewell, Thomas, of Chislet, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Hawke of Petham, v., 
about 19, who, her father being dead, 
is now under the govt, of Margaret 
Hawke, alias Wood, wife of William 
Wood, s. p., who consents, as the 
said Wm. Wood dotli testify. At 
Petham. Sept. 22, 1630. 

Ewsden, William, of Boughton Blean, 
butcher, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Agnes Day, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Day, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Dunstan's, Cant. Jan. 24, 1637. 

Facon, William, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
ba., about 18 or 19, whose father, 
Arnold Facon, consents by letter, 
"which he received from or by the 
footpost," and Mary Du Rue, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of John Du Rue. s. p., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Peter Du Boys, s. p., silkweaver. At 
same. Louis Descamps, s.p., weaver, 
bonds. Jan. 13, 1640. 

Fagg, Edward, of Ivychurch, blacksmith, 
widr., about 34, and Ursula Tailor, 
s. p., v., about 24, whose parents are 
dead. AtNewchurch. May 1, 1633. 

Fagge, John, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
clothier, ba., about 24, and Ann 
Nayler, of the Precincts of Ch. Ch. 
Cant., spr., about 23, d. of Robert 
Nayler of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., g., 
dec, and now in the govt, of Mrs. 
[blank] Toumay, her aunt, who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Jemmett 
of S. Margaret's, Cant., clothier. At 
S. Paul's, Cant. Oct. 3, 1620. 

Fagge, John, of Saltwood, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Alice Miller, of Elham, 
v., about 23, d. of William Miller of 
Lyminge, husb., who consents, as is 
testified by William Worgar of Elm- 
stone, tailor. At S. George's, Cant. 
June 12, 1637. 

Fagg, John, of Woodchurch, carpenter, 
ba., about23, whosemotherconsents, 
and Lydia Brickenden, s. p., v., 21 
and upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Thomas Fagg, s. p., black- 
smith, bonds. Sept. 27, 1641. 

Fagg, John, of Aldington, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Margaret Hope, s. p., 
v., about [blank], d. of Robert Hope, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant. Nov. 6, 1645. 

Fagg, Richard, of Orlestonc, widr., 
blacksmith, about 40, and Mary Giiit, 
s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of [blank] 



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Gint of Ticehurst in Sussex, labourer, 
who consents. At Halden. Sept. 
27, 1619. 

Fagg, Robert, of West Langdon, and 
Alice Burvell of Little Mongeham. 
At Sutton. Nov. 28, 1625. 

Fagg, Thomas, of Fordwich, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose father, William Fagg, 
consents, and Catherine Kempe of 
Boughton Aluph, v., about 23, d. of 
Catherine Kempe, s. p., w., who also 
consents, as is testified by George 
Laceley of Hackington. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Oct. 10, 1638. 

Fagge, Thomas, of Folkestone, husb., 
ba., about 25, with his father's con- 
sent, and Ann Codham, s. p., w. of 
Baker Codham, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. March 21, 1642. 

Fagg, William, of Chartham, g., ba., 
about 22, son of John Fagg of 
Brenzet, g., who consents, and Rlary 
Osborne of Hartlip, v., fifteen and 
upwards, d. of Edward Osborne, s. 
p., g., who also consents. At King- 
stone. March 30, 1629. 

Fagg, William, of Elham, miller, ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
P^lizabeth Mersh, s. p., v., about 26, 
d. of Richard Mersh, s. p., carpenter, 
who also consents. At S, Andrew's, 
Cant. Oct. 28, 1630. 

Fagge, William, of Hougham, yeom., 
ba., about 27, and Susan Sutton, s. 
p., v., about 24, d. of Christopher 
Sutton, dec, and of Ann Sutton, s. 
p., w., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Robert Mersh and 
Richard Burden, both of Hougham, 
yeomen, bonds. Sept. 27, 1632. 

Fagg, William, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Cullinge, 
v., about 18, d. of James Cullinge of 
Barham, yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by William Denwood of 
Patrixbourne, yeom. At Patrix- 
bourne. March 13, 1632. 

Fagg, William, of Chartham, g., ba., 
about 29, and Ellen Fagg, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of John Fagg the elder, 
g., who consents, as is testified by 
John Fagg the younger, g., son of 
John Fagg the older. At Chartham 
or Brenzet. Jan. 18, 1635. 

Fagg, William, of Brabourne, husb,, 
widr., and Mary Brooke of Bircholt, 
v., about 40, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Robert 



Fukes of Brook, husb., bonds. Aug. 
20, 1640. 

Fagge, W^illiam, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, yeom., widr., and Alice 
Sanders, s. p., w. of Edward Saunders, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich. Warham Jemmet of Sturry, 
innliolder, bonds. Jan. 30, 1640. 

Fainte, Edward, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 28, and Ellen Ashwell, s. p., 
v., 21, whose parents are dead. At 
All Saints', Cant. John Morris of 
S. Catherine's, London, cooper, 
bonds. Dec. 11, 1643. 

Fairbeard (Fairebeard), Richard of 
Kennington, husb., ba., about 21, 
son of Thomas Fairebeard, s. p., 
who consents, and Susan Norrington 
of Westwell, v., about 36. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Oct. 15, 1629. 

Fairbrass, See Farbrace. 

Fairman (Fayrman), John, of S. Law- 
rence in Thanet, sailor, ba., about 
26, and Mary Lee, s. p., v., about 20, 
d. of Thomas Lee, s. p., who con- 
sents, as Mr. Thomas Turner, vicar 
there, testifies by letter. At same. 
Dec. 3, 1628. 

Fairman, John, of Ickham, yeom., widr., 
and Sylvester Wise of Ashford, v., 
about 30, d. of John Wise of Elham, 
yeom., who consents. At Ickham 
or W'ingham. July 30, 1644. 

Fairman, Nicholas, of Boughton Blean, 
yeom., ba., about 25, and Thomasinc 
Tutton, d. of John Tutton of Teyn- 
ham, maiden, about 17. At B. Blean. 
July 30, 1625. 

Fa! reman, Richard, of Littlebourne. 
tanner, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Gillj'an Dodd, s. p., 
maiden, about 32, d. of Robert Dodd, 
s. p., weaver, who consents. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 4, 1622. 

Fairman, Richard, of Sturry, husb., 
widr., about 30, and Catherine 
Quaiffe, s. p., w., of the like age, 
relict of [blank] Quaiffe, late of the 
city of Rochester, dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Richard Fairest of 
Westbere, tailor, bonds. Aug. 24, 1626. 

Fairman, Robert, of Hoath, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Ann Wigmor, s. p., w. 
of Edward Wigmore, late s. p., dec. 
At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 1'homas 
Rider of Hoath, husb., and George 
Tireman of Cant., innholder, bonds. 
June 27, 1635. 



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Fairman, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, sailor, ba., about 30, and 
Catherine Hudson, s. p., maiden, 
about 20, who, her father being dead, 
is now in the govt, of Martha Hudson, 
alias Sutton, s. p., who consents, as 
Richard Sutton, g., husband of the 
said Martha, doth testify. At same. 
April 23, 1626. 

Faireman, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, fisherman, widr., and Frances 
Spencer, s. p., v., about 26, whose 
mother consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 30, 1637. 

Faireway,Edward,ofGoudhurst, weaver, 
ba., about 21, whose mother con- 
sents, and Ann Hasselham, s. p., v., 
about 27, d. of [blank] Hasselham, 
s. p., who also consents. At Marden. 
Allegation made and signed by Hugh 
Lake of Staple Inn, London, g. 
April 6, 1636. 

Fakeley, Richard, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, and Elizabeth More, s. p., v. 
At same. March 19, 1622. 

Falkner (Fawkner), Knight, of River, 
husb., ba., about 34, and Agnes Austen 
of VVickhambreux, v., about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Clement Fawkner 
of Ewell, yeom., and William Austen 
of Wingham, yeom., bonds. April 
9, 1627. 

Falkener, Roger, of Eastry, tailor, ba., 
about 26, whose father, John Faulk- 
ner, consents, and Elizabeth Lau- 
rence, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Eliza- 
beth Laurence, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Dec. 4, 1645. 

Falkner, Thomas, of Eastry, yeom., ba., 
about 31, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Laurence, s. p, w, of 
Leonard Laurence, late s. p., dec. 
At Ch. Ch., Cant. Richard Wymarke 
of Littlebourne, yeom., bonds. Oct. 
9, 1641. 

Falkner, William, of Eastry, husb., widr , 
and Sarah Beane, s. p., v., about 22, 
d. of Sarah Edwardes, alias Beane, 
wife of Anthony Edwardes, s. p., 
who consents. At Elmstone or 
Knowlton. Richard Ledger of Cant., 
victualler, and Richard Bromley, s. 
p., schoolmaster, bonds. April 4, 
1645. 

Fallweli, Samuel, of Tcnterden, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 33, and Susan 



Smith, s. p., w. of Robert Smith, late 
s. p., dec. At Staplehurst. John 
Fallweli of Tenterden, kersey maker, 
and Joseph Fallweli of Holy Cross, 
Cant., beerbrewer, bonds. Oct. 29, 
1633. 

Fally, Alexander, of Bobbing, tilemaker, 
widr., and Mary Amon, s. p., w. of 
John Amon, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Aug. 29, 1639. 

Fanne, Edward, of S. George's, Cant., 
cooper, and Joan Goatly of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant., v. At S. Mildred's. 
Dec. 25, 1623. 

Fanne, Henry, of Appledore, innholder, 
widr., and Rebecca Watson, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Robert Watson of 
Brenchley, shoemaker, who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Thomas Tadd 
of Appledore, cordwainer, bonds. 
Nov. 8, 1634. 

Fanne, John, of Kennardington, husb., 
widr., and Catherine Lucas, s. p., v., 
about 18, who, her parents being 
dead, is now at the govt, of Ben- 
jamin Robus, s. p., who consents. 
At same. Richard Michener of 
Cant., joiner, bonds. July 17, 1639. 

Fan, John, of Appledore, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose parents are dead, 
and Ellen Willett, s. p., w. of Mat- 
thew Willett, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Edward Wattes, s. p., yeom., bonds. 
April 23, 1641. 

Fann, John, of S. James's in Dover, sea- 
man, ba., about 22, whose father, 
Thomas Fann, consents, and Mary 
Man, s. p., v., about 24, d. of [blank] 
Man, s. p., w., who also consents. 
At same. John Moody of Dover, 
seaman, bonds. Feb. 20, 1642. 

Fanting, Andrew, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Catherine 
Phillop, s. p., maiden, about 21, d. 
of Thomas Phillop, s. p , labourer, 
who consents. At same. Oct. 9, 1622. 

Fanting, Jeremy, of S. John's in Thanet, 
maltster, ba., about 25, whose father, 
William Fanting of Cant., consents, 
and Sarah Gibbes of Worth, v., about 
18 or 19, d. of Richard Gibbes, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At Worth. 
Feb. 11, 1641. 

Fantinge, John, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba., about 35, and Elizabeth Hooker, 
s. p., w. of Gilbert Hooker, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Thomas Fox, s. p., 
yeom., bonds. Dec. 23, 1641. 



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Panting, William, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Susanna 
Yokcly, spr. (?), about 30, d. of 
[blank] Yokeley of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, w., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Christopher Downe 
of S. John's in T., blacksmith, and 
Abraham Bubber, s. p., wheelwright, 
bonds. May 18, 1635. 

Panting, William, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
widr., and Catherine Den, about 21, 
d. of William Den, s. p., g., who 
consents. AtWingham. Sept. 2, 1635. 

Parbrace, Henry, of Challock, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Browne of Westwell, v., 
about 30, d. of Bethulie Browne, 
alias Sharpe, wife of James Sharpe, 
s. p., yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by the said James Sharpe. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 2, 1626. 

Parbrace, Richard, of Lynstead, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Ball, s. 
p., v., about 22, whose mother con- 
sents, as is testified by her brother, 
Matthew Ball of S. George's, Cant., 
luisb. At S. George's. Oct. 5, 1637. 

Parbrace, Sampson, of Challock, yeom., 
ba., about 28, whose father consents, 
and Margaret Giles of Kennington, 
v., about 23, d. of John Giles, late 
of Swingfield, dec. At Kennington. 
Avery Giles of Challock, yeom., 
bonds. May 31, 1634. 

Falrebrace, Thomas, of Challock, 
yeom., ba., about 24, and Mary Allen 
of Norton, v., about 17, d. of Thomas 
Allen, s. p , yeom., who consents, as 
is testified by Thomas Gilbert of 
Cant., beerbrewer. At Norton. Oct. 
27, 1626. 

Parley, Alexander, of Boughton Blean, 
wheelwright, ba., about 32, and 
Mary Lucas of Faversham, maiden, 
about 23, d. of one Lucas, dec, and 
now under the govt, of her mother, 
Joan Lucas, s. p., who consents, as 
istestifiedbyJohnFarleyof Ospringe, 
wheelwright. At Faversham. John 
Farley of Cant., tailor, bonds. Feb. 
5, 1624. 

Parley, Alexander, of Boughton Blean, 
wheelwright, widr., and Ann Harris 
of Sittingbourne, v., about 21, d. of 
William Harris, dec, and of Ann 
Harris, alias Rayner, who consents. 
At Sittingbourne. Jan. 14, 1628. 



Parley, Henry, of Sittingbourne, wheel- 
wright, widr., about 37, and Mary 
Nash of Eastwell, v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At Eastwell. 
Thomas Farley of Eastwell, wheel- 
wright, and Nicholas Mitchell of 
Dover, carrier, bonds. Feb. 20, 1627. 

Parley, Henry, of Sittingbourne, wheel- 
wright, widr., and Patience Skeere, 
of Murston, w. of Jeffery Skeere, 
late s. p , dec. At Murston. Alex- 
ander Ladd of Cant., and John Tay- 
lor of Dover, yeomen, bonds. Sept. 
14. 1638. 

Parly, James, of Eastwell, wheeler, ba., 
about 26, son of Thomas Early, s. p., 
who consents, and Mary Horton of 
Ashford, v., about 22, d. of Martha, 
now wife of Jo'nn Morrys, s. p., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Moone of Eastwell, yeom. 
At Boughton Aluph. Sept. 9, 1635. 

Parley, John, of Ashford, blacksmith, 
widr., about 38, and Elizabeth Bal- 
den of Headcorn, w., about 34, relict 
of Richard Balden, late dec At 
Kingsnorth. Thomas Yarley of 
Cant., yeom., bonds. May 9, 1628. 

Parley, John, of Charing, wheelwright, 
ba., about 24, and Ann Giniver, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of Francis Giniver, 
s.p., who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. The said [Francis] Jeniver 
and William Farley of Charing, 
wheelwright, bonds. Sept. 27, 1630. 

Parley, John, of Deal, seaman, widr., 
about 30, and Susan Prett, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Margaret Binge, alias 
Pret, wife of Henry Binge, wlio con- 
sents. AtShoulden. George Bulk- 
ley of Cant., stationer, bonds. Feb. 
13, 1642. 

Parley, Thomas, of Eastwell, wheel- 
wright, widr., and Ann Swaff"ord, of 
Ashford, w. of John Swafford, late 
s. p., dec. At Willesborough or Ash- 
ford. Thomas Pilcher of Petham, 
wheelwright, bonds. Jan. 2, 1643. 

Parmer, John of Appledore, butcher, 
ba., about 26, and Alice Winset, s. p., 
v., about 21, d. of John Winsett the 
elder, s. p., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Winsett the younger of 
Cant., her brother. At Appledore. 
Nov. 16, 1625. 

Parmer, alias Hasltc, Robert, of Shel- 
ford Magna, Berkshire, yeom., and 
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Ch. CIi., Cant , spr. At Boughton 
Blean, Ospringe or Newington n. 
Sittingbournc. Peter Frampton of 
the said Precincts, yeom., bonds. 
April 2, 1642. 
Fames, Robert, of Boughton Monchel- 
sea, yeom., ba., about 28, and Mary 
Dauies, s. p., maiden, about 30, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
July 20, 1629. 

Farr, Alexander, of the city of London, 
mariner, widr., about 35, and Cath- 
erine Foord of S. Mary's in Dover, 
v., about 21, who, her parents being 
dead, is now under the govt, of her 
grand mother, Elizabeth Harden, s. 
p., w., who consents. At S. Mary's. 
Jan. 27, 1027. 

Farrance, John, and Angelica Wachers, 
of S. Alpiiage, Cant. At same. 
March 25, 1639. 

Farrance, Joim, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
and Elizabeth Knocke of Wye. At 
\^'ye. Dec. 3, 1640. 

Farrant, John, of St. Mildred's in the 
Poultry, London, fishmonger, ba., 
about 26, son of William [and] Mary 
Farrant of London, v.ho consent, as 
is testified by John Dorrell of S. 
Andrew's, Cant., silkweaver, and 
, Elizabeth Dorrell, d. of the said John 
Dorrell, a maiden, about 26. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. May 18, 1635. 

Farrar, Anthony, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
mercer, ba., about 23, whose mother, 
Martha Purser, alias Farrard, con- 
sents, and Mary Standley of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant., w. of Thomas Standley, 
late s. p., dec. At Wye, Brook, 
Lynstead or Littlebourne. George 
Knot of Cant., Alderman, bonds. 
Aug. 12, 1041. 

Fasham, Anthony, of S. Peter's ' in 
Sandwich, maltster, witir., about 42, 
and Aphra Bayley, s. p., v., about 30, 
d, of Samuel Bayley, late of Staple, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. Peter's aforesaid. July 21, 1624. 

Fassam, Anthony, of Sandwich, brewer, 
widr., and Elizabeth Hobson of 
Deal, w. of Edward Ilogben {sic) 
late s. p., dec. At S. RL Bredman's, 
Cant. Jan. 14, 1629. 

Fassam, Anthony, of Deal, beer brewer, 
wiilr.,and Mary Jewetof S. Clement's 
in Sandwich, w. of William Jewet, 
late s. p., dec. At Northbourne. 
Tobias Clear of Sandwich, chir- 
urgeon, bonds. March 18, 1633. 



Fasset, Nicholas, of Faversham, tanner, 
ba., about 30, and Joan Packe, s. p., 
v., about 24, whose mother, Alice 
Packe, w., yet living, and abiding at 
Chartham, consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. June 18, 1627. 
Fastoil, Richard, and Alice Bullocke, of 
Swingfield. At same. Jan. 27, 1637. 
Fawkes, John, of Wye, husb., widr., and 
Jane Wood of Allington, v., about 
23, d. of [blank] Wood of Charing, 
w., who consents. At Kingsnorth. 
Sept. 24, 1632. See Fox. 
Fearne, John, of Ospringe, yeom., ba,, 
about 30, and Joan Fearne, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Gilbert 
Fearne, s. p., maltster, dec, her 
mother also dec, and she at her own 
govt. At S. M Bredman's, Cant. 
July 16, 1622. 
Fearne, John, of Tenterden, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 31, and Sarah 
Johnson, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
[blank] Johnson, late s. p., dec, and 
now at her own govt. At same. 
Feb. 14, 1623. 
Feme, John, of Godmersham, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Jane Tritton of 
Kennington, v,, about 21, d. of 
Robert Tritton, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by his son, John 'Priiton 
of Ashford, clothier. At Godmer- 
sham. Aug. 3, 1632. 
Fearne, Robert, of Westwell, fellmongcr, 
ba., about 25, and Ann Maunder of 
Hothfield, v , about 21, d. of William 
Maunder, who consents, as is testified 
by Francis Parker, s. p., husb. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 12, 1035. 
Feaver, Robert, and Ann Ranke, of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich. At same. 
April 20, 1641. 
Fellow, Robert, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., widr., about 50, and Christian 
Rule, s. p., w., about 47, relict of 
Edward Rule, late s. p., sailor, dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 20, 
1621. 
Fenn, Edward, of Brook, linenweaver, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Sarah Pilkington of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., v., about 22, d. of Thomas 
Pilkington, s. p., brazier, who con- 
sents. At S. M. Magdalene. Jan. 
2, 1637. 
Fenne, Thomas, of West Dereham in 
Norfolk, g., ba., about 28, and Jane 
KnatchbuU of Mersham, v., about 



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27, d. of Richard Knatchbull, s. p., 
g., who consents by letter. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. John Knatchbull 
of Mersham, g., bonds. March 15, 
1630. 
Fennel I, Richard, of Barham, bricklayer, 
widr., about 50, and Ellen Bennam 
of Great Hardres, maiden, about 24, 
d. of Michael Bennam, late of Pet- 
ham, husb., dec, her mother [blank] 
Sheapye, consenting. At S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., "where the mother 
of the said Ellen dwelleth." Feb. 
22, 1621. 
Fenner, Henry, of Benenden, clothier, 
ba., 23 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Mary Hiland, s. p., w. of 
John Hiland, late of Biddenden, dec. 
At Benenden. Oct. 30, 1632. 
Fercy, (Feirsey), Thomas, of Murston, 
husb., widr., about 37, and Thomasine 
Suggett of Sittingbourne, v., about 
24, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. March 6, 1625. 
Fercy, Thomas, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., about 24 or 25, whose mother, 
Dorothy Fercy, consents, and Dor- 
othy Waters of Boughton Aluph, v., 
about 23, d. of Richard Waters, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents, as is 
testified by his son, Abraham Waters. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. George Waters 
of B. Aluph, husb., bonds. Oct. 7, 
1641. 
Fercy, Thomas, of Luddenham, yeom., 
widr., and Dennis Drury, s. p., v., 
about 36. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Thomas Waddingham of Eudden- 
ham, yeom., and John Cantis of 
Faversham, maltster, bonds. May 
29, 1643. 
Fercy, Thomas, of Luddenham, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Brockwell of Faver- 
sham, v., about 25, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. John 
Buck of Cant., tailor, bonds. Nov. 
7, 1644. 
Ferrier, John, of S. Paul's, Cant., beer- 
brewer, about 21, whose mother 
consents, and Joan Spice, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Stephen Spice, dec, 
and of Margery Bunce, alias Spice, 
who also consents. At S. Michael's, 
Harbledown. Edmund Chambers of 
S. Paul's, Cant., brickmaker, bonds. 
July 2, 1630. 
Ferrier, Thomas, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
gardener, ba., about 25, whose father 



consents, and Rebecca Drowtes, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of Elizabeth Drowtes 
of Cant., w., who also consents, as is 
testified by Edward Cooke of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant., husb. At S. Mildred's. 
John Woolton of Cant., labourer, 
bonds. July 4, 1635. 
Ferrier, Thomas, and Ann Farcy, of S. 
Mildred's, Cant. At same. Feb. 4, 
1639. 
Ferry, James, of Folkestone, yeom., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Chandler, 
s. p., v., about 36, d. of Edward 
Chandler of Tysoe, Warwickshire, 
who consents. At S. Margaret Atcliff. 
Aug. 28, 1633. 
Ferry (Fere), James, of Folkestone, 
yeom., widr., and Judith Peene of 
S. Mary's in Dover, w. of William 
Peene, late of Rye in Sussex, dec. 
At Charlton n. Dover. Henry Collet 
senior, of Cant., cutler, bonds. 
March 18, 1634. 
Fersham, George, of Sts. Cosmus and 
Damian in the Blean, husb., ba., 
about 24, son of John Fersham, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified 
by Robert Eaton, s. p., husb., and 
Margaret Eaton, s. p., v., about 30, 
d. of the above said Robert Eaton, 
who also consents. At same. May 
23, 1640. 
Fessenden, John, of Faversham, glover, 
ba., about 23, whose father con- 
sents, and Jane Tritton of Chilham, 
v., about 26, d. of W'illiam Tritton, 
dec, and of Margaret Tritton, alias 
Buncker, who also consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. John Fissenden 
senior, of Chilham, glover, bonds. 
May 9, 1631. i^v Fissenden. 
Fetherson, Thomas, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, husb., widr., and 
Elizabeth Carter, s. p., v., about 20, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
living, as of long time she hath lived, 
wdth the said Thomas as his hous- 
hold servant. At same. Alexander 
Fawly, s. p., tile-maker, bonds. Aug. 
19, 1629. 
Feyniex, Philip. See Pheni.x, Philip, 

July 28, 1642. 
Fidge, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mercer, ba., about 26, and Mary 
Partrich, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Randolph Partrich, s. p., apothecary, 
who consents. At S. Mary's in 
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Marshall of Leiiham, grocer, and John 
Webb of Harrietsham, clothier, 
bonds. Dec. 30, 1639. 

Fidge et Browne, 1646. Taken from 
the index to Vol. P. 

Field (Feild), Christopher, of S. Paul's, 
Cant., yeom., widr., and Margaret 
Rogers, s. p., w. of Anselm Rogers, 
late s. p., dec. At Sturry. Christopher 
Blaxland of Cant., vintner, bonds. 
Aug. 10, 1642. 

Field, William, of Woodnesborough, 
husb., ba., about 21, whose mother 
consents, and Mary Harrison of 
Westbere, v., about 21, d. of Ann, 
now wife of Thomas Potkin of 
Reculver, who also consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Field of West- 
bere, yeom. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Feb. 9, 1635. 

Figg, Thomas, of Huckinge, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Reynoldes of Holl- 
iugbourne, v., about 40. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Nicholas Penny of 
Hollingbourne, maltster, and John 
Reynoldes, s. p., tailor, bonds. June 
15, 1641. 

File, Henry, of Bekesbourne, yeom., ba., 
about 29, whose father Thomas File, 
carpenter, consents, and Elizabeth 
Bayly of Patrixbourne, v., about 24, 
d. of James Bayly, s. p., j'eom., who 
also consents. AtS. Mildred's, Cant. 
Jan. 22, 1642 [but 1643 is the cor- 
rect year]. 

File, Richard, of Folkestone, carpenter, 
ba., about 25, whose father consents, 
and Mary Fagge, s. p., v., about 26, 
d. of Joan Kennet, a/ias¥a.oge, who 
also consents, as is testified by her 
husband, Richard Kcnnett. At Hawk- 
inge. Dec. 2, 1631. 

File, Stephen, of Deal, yeom., widr., 
about 46, and Ann Johnson of West- 
bere, maiden, about 35, d. of Henry 
Johnson of Fordwich, g., and now 
at her own govt. At Ch. Ch., Cant. 
Aug. 27, 1623. 

File, Thomas, the younger, of Bekes- 
bourne, yeom., ba., about 28, whose 
father John File the elder, s. p., 
yeom., consents, and Barbary Pettitt, 
relict of John Pettitt, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. John Baker 
of Boughton Blean, linen weaver, 
bonds. March 18, 1638. 

Fill, Thomas, of Smarden, broadweaver, 
ba., about 22, whose mother con- 



sents, and Mary Whitehead of Ul- 
combe, v., 21, whose parentsaredead. 
At Smarden. John Butcher of Smar- 
den, husb., bonds. Jan. 31, 1642. 

Filmer, Edward, of Sittingbourne, mer- 
cer, ba., about 27, and Mary Tong 
of Milstead, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Thomas Tong, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Aug. 28, 1628. 

Fillmer, Fklward, of Sittingbourne, 
grocer, widr., and Helen Ellwyn of 
Milton n. Sittingbourne, v., about 30. 
At Milton n. S. Augustine Lushing- 
ton of Sittingbourne, maltster, bonds. 
Nov. 7, 1636. 

Filmar, George, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Bennet, alias Benedict, 
Luce, s. p., v., about 23, whose par- 
ents are dead. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Henry Woodwar of Elham, 
currier, bonds. May 1, 1640. 

Fillmer, John, of Maidstone, grocer, ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth Tayler, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of William Tayler, s. 
p., barber, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Nicholas Woodfield, s. p., 
blacksmith. At Sutton Valence, 
" because he hath many kinseftblke 
livmge there who will bestowe some 
curtesies upon him." Robert Bates 
of Maidstone, trugger, bonds. July 
30, 1627. 

Fillmer, John, of Maidstone, grocer, 
ba., about 27, and Mary Iden of 
Boughton Monchelsea, v., about 20, 
whose mother consents, as is testi- 
fied by a letter from Abraham Clarke 
of Maidstone. At Sutton Valence, 
because he was born there, and 
many friends of his are living there 
whom he has invited to the wedding. 
Jan. 7, 1627. 

Fillmer, John, of Boughton Malhcrbe, 
husb., ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
parents are dead, and Martha Jones, 
s. p., v., about 23, at her own govt., 
her father being dead. At S. 
George's, Cant. Feb. 4, 1636. 

Filmer, Richard, of Wychling, husb.,ba., 
about 30, and Dennis Packenham, 
s. p., v., about the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At Wychling or 
Otterden. Thomas Filmer of Wych- 
ling, yeom., and Henry Skeere of 
Doddington, bricklayer, bonds. Feb. 
7, 1643. 



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Fillmer, Robert, of Maidstone, mercer, 
widr., about 39, and Susan Terry, s. 
p., \v., about 35, relict of Nathaniel 
Terry, late s. p., dec. At Lenham, 
" because many of her friends doe 
live there who intend to bestowe 
some Curtesies upon them." Aug. 
17, 1627. 

Fillmer, Robert, of Maidstone, yeom., 
widr., and Jane Outred of Tenter- 
den, v., about 30, d. of Matthew 
Outred, s. p., innholder, who con- 
sents. At Tentcrden. Dec. 1 [per- 
haps Dec. 3 is intended], 1630. 

Fillmer, Robert, of Wychling, yeom., 
ba., about 24, whose father, Thomas 
Fillmer, consents, and Mary Pack- 
man, s. p., v., of the like age, whose 
parents are dead. At same. April 
13, 1635. 

Filmer, Robert, of Wychling, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Burton of Eastling, 
v., about 25 or 26, d. of Thomas 
Burton, s. p., chandler, who consents. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Oct. 30, 
1645. 

Finch, Anthony, of Sandwich, butcher, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Judith Harris, s. p., v., about 21, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's in Sandwich. Roger Forest of 
Cant , butcher, bonds. Feb. 1, 1636. 

Finch, Christopher, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, Merchant Taylor, ba., 21 
and upwards, whose parents are dead, 
and Mary Bennett of the Precincts 
of Ch. Ch., Cant., v., about 21 or 22, 
d. of George Bennett of Wingham, 
yeom., who consents. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. William Elvery of 
Cant., woolcomber, bonds. June 
25, 1646. 

Finch, Daniel, of Westbere, husb., ba., 
about 29 or 30, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Ellis, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Ellis, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. June 23, 1641. 

Finch, George, of Wye, g., ba., about 
23, at his own govt., and Jane Twis- 
den, s. p., v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Twisden, Esquire, late dec, and now 
under the govt, of John Tilden of 
Wye, g., who consents. At Wye. 
Dec. 17, 1631. 

Fynch, George, of Crundale, g., widr., 
and Ann Upton of Faversham, v., 
about 25, d. of Mrs. Margaret Upton, 
s. p., w., who consents, as is testified 



by her son, John Upton, g. At Oare. 
June 22, 1640. 

Finch, Harbert, of the city of London, 
haberdasher, ba., about 28, and 
Elizabeth Reeve of Maidstone, v., 
about 18, d. of Thomas Reeve, s. p., 
g., who consents, and makes and 
signs this allegation. At Maidstone. 
April 3, 1624.' 

Finch, James, of Stelling, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Gore, s. p., v., 
about 19, whose parents are dead, 
and she now at the govt, of her 
uncle, Richard Norwood, who con- 
sents. At same. May 21, 1638. 

Finch, Rlark, of Tong, g., ba., about 28, 
and Elizabeth Quested of Harriet- 
sham, v., about 19, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by her son, 
Robert Quested. At Stockbury. 
Oct. 3, 1645. 

Finch, Michael, of Bobbing, g., widr., 
about 40, and Ann Carpenter of Mil- 
ton n. Sittingbourne, w., about 50, 
relict of Augustine Carpenter, late s. 
p., dec. At Milton. June 22, 1626. 

Finch, Michael, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, g., widr., and Elizabeth 
Furser of S. Andrew's, Cant., w. of 
Richard Furser, dec. At S. Michael's, 
Harbledown. June 9, 1628. 

Finch, Norton, of Bapchild, g., ba.. 
about 25 or 26, whose parents are 
dead, and Alice Merser, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Catherine Merser, 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Merser, s. p.. yeom. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. Feb'. 17, 1641. 

Finch, Robert, and Elizabeth Cannon, 
of S. Nicholas Atwade. At same. 
Dec. 28, 1628. 

Finch, Robert, of Coldred, g., widr., 
and Joan Mersh of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., v., about 25, d. of [blank] 
Mersh, late dec. At S. Mildred's. 
Richard Alleyn, clerk, curate of S. 
Mildred's, bonds. May 2, 1635. 

Finch, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, g., widr., about 44, and 
Helen Bradenham of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, w., about 30, late wife 
of Mr. William Bradenham, clerk, 
late of Upchurch, dec. At Milton 
or Newington aforesaid. Sept. 1, 1619. 

Finch, William, of Tenterden, grazier, 
widr., about 27, and Anna Banckes, 
s. p., v., about 18, whose mother, 
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testified by William Finch, s. p., g- 
At Boughton Aluph, because J\lr. 
Boughton, the minister there, is a 
kinsman of his. March 26, 1625. 

Finch, William, of Doddington, yeom., 
ba., about 30 and Frances Tarrant, 
s. p., v., about 24, d. of Joyce, the 
wife of Henry Summers of Faver- 
sham, who consents. At Preston n. 
Faversham or Ospringe. Sept. 22, 
1641. 

Finch, William, of Ashford, g., ba., 
about 24, whose parents are dead, 
and Ann Fisher of Deal, v., about 
22, at her own govt. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. John Milner of 
Cant., cordwainer, bonds. Jan. 4, 
1643. 

Fineas. See Finnis. 

Fineux, Thomas, of Dover, g., ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Jane 
Monins, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Stephen Monins, s. p., g., who con- 
sents. At S. James's in Dover. 
Sept. 1, 1630. 

Finn (Fynne), George, of Holhfield, 
husb., ba., about 31, and Mary Bar- 
ker of Ashford, v., of the like age. 
At S. I\r. Bredin's, Cant. Hugh 
Barker of Ashford, husb., bonds. 
June 2, 1645. 

Finne, Hammon, of Birchington, husb., 
ba., about 25, and Mary Billingherst 
of S. John's in Thanet, v., about 19, 
d. of Zachary Billingherst, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At All Saint's, 
Cant. Oct. 3, 1631. 

Finn, Henry, of Blackmanstone, husb., 
widr., about 36, and Martha Foach, 
s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of John 
Foach late of Lympne, husb., dec. 
At Bonnington. Oct. 29, 1619. 

Fin, Henry, of S. Mary's in the Marsh, 
yeom., widr., and INIary Moore of 
Ashford, v., about 30, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Bartholmew Birch of Challock, husb., 
bonds. June 12, 1639. 

Fin, jacobus, and Margaret Gilphin, of 
Old Romney. At same. Feb. 2, 1637. 

Finne, John, of Hythe, cordwainer, ba., 
about 24, whose father, Thomas 
Finne, consents, and Dorothy Fanne, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of Walter Fanne, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Richard Finne [who signed Fenn] 
of Cant., cordwainer. At Holy 



Cross, Cant. Robert Barham of H. 
Cross, Cant., locksmith, bonds. 
March 11, 1639. 

Fynn, Mark, of Great Chart, weaver, 
widr., about 33, and Deborah Busher 
of Ashford, maiden, about 17, d. of 
[blank] Busher, late s.p., tailor, dec, 
now in the govt, of [blank] Hony- 
fold, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Great Chart. Feb. 13, 1621. 

Finne, Richard, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 26, and iMar- 
garet Finne of Teynham, maiden, 
about 30, d. of William Finne, late 
of Faversham, dec. At Teynham. 
April 12, 1626. 

Finnis (Phinnis), Henry, of Egerton, 
husb., ba., about 21, and Ann Beale, 
s. p., v., of the like age, whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
John Baxley, s. p., tailor. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Richard Beale of 
Boughton Malherbe, husb., bonds. 
June 15, 1635. 

Fineas, Richard, of S. Margaret Atclift", 
husb., ba., about 24, and Ann Love 
of Westcliff, maiden, about 21, d. of 
Alexander Love of Deal, haberdasher, 
who consents. At S. Margaret Atcliff. 
Thomas Hovenden of S. Marg. At- 
cliff, husb., bonds. Jan. 13, 1626. 

Finnis, Robert, of S. Margaret Atcliff, 
husb., ba., almost 40, and Elizabeth 
Allen, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
Richard Allen, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents. At same. Oct. 10, 1634. 

Finnes, William, of Mersham, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Flax of Alding- 
ton, w. of Edward Flax, late s. p., 
dec. At Aldington. Ephraim Ponnet 
of Mersham, husb., bonds. June 22, 
1632. 

Fish, Nicholas, of Saltwood, j-eom., 
widr., about 35, and Amy Foorde of 
Sellinge, maiden, about 26, d. of 
William Foord, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Sellinge. John Fish 
of Cant., g., bonds. RLay 4, 1622. 

Fish, Nicholas, of Saltwood, yeom., widr., 
about 43, and Thomasine Mersh of 
Elham, maiden, about 30. At Elham. 
April 13, 1627. 

Fish, Nicholas, of Saltwood, yeom., v.'idr., 
and Ann Turke of Hythe, w. 
of Anthony Turke, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 8, 1631. 

Fisher, Henry, of Birchington, yeom., 
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v., about 19, d. of John Taylor, s. p., 
husb., who consents. At Monkton. 
Peter Morris of Cant., yeom., bonds. 
Jan. 7, 164.5. 

Fisher, Matthew, of Sturry, yeom., ba., 
about 4.5, and Margaret Steely of 
Fordwich, w. of Daniel Steely, late 
s. p., dec. At Hackington. Thomas 
Tremell of Sturry, g., bonds. July 
27,1635. 

Fisher, Thomas, of the city of London, 
merchant, ba., about 26, whose 
father, Thomas Fisher, consents, and 
Bennet Country of Deal, w., relict of 
Richard Country, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Nicholas 
Country of Deal, g., bonds. June 
24, 1639. 

Fisher, Thomas, of Elmstead, husb., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, 
and Alice Stroud, s. p., v., about 26, 
d. of William Stroud of Wye, yeom., 
who also consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Thomas Mayne of Cant., 
grocer, bonds. Jan. 6, 1641. 

Fisher, William, of Hackington, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Elizabeth Rosam, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of Robert 
Rosam of Holy Cross, Cant., who 
consents. At Hackington. Feb. 21, 
1619. 

Fissenden, John, of Chilham, glover, 
widr., and Mary Snode of Boughton 
Aluph, w. of Christopher Snode, late 
s. p., dec. At B. Aluph. Henry 
Woodman of Cant., weaver, and 
William Smith, s. p., glover, bonds. 
Oct. 4, 1633. 

Fissenden, Thomas, of Ruckinge, husb., 
widr., about 43, and Ann Balden of 
Egerton, w. of one Balden, late 
dec. At Bethersden. Richard Glover 
of Kingsnorth, husb., bonds. Nov. 
21, 1637. See Fessenden. 

Fist, Martin, of Goudhurst, clerk, M.A., 
ba., about 25, and Mary Lake, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Thomas Lake, s. 
p., who consents, as is certified by a 
letter to Mr. Watmer one of the 
proctors. At Cranbrook or Goud- 
hurst. March 19, 1627. 

Fittell, Geoffry, of Barbara, carpenter, 
widr., about 23, and Elizabeth Bur- 
ton of S. Stephen's n. Cant., maiden, 
about 22, d. of Richard Burton, s. 
p., who consents. At S. Stephen's. 
June 29, 1619. 



Fittell, Thomas, of Stelling, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Elizabeth Preble of 
Acrise, v., about 30, d. of Richard 
Preble, s. p., husb., who consents. 
At S. George's, Cant. Dec. 29, 1632. 

Fittell, William, of Barbara, carpenter, 
widr., and Ann Hodges, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Hodges, lates. p., dec. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Nicholas Justice 
of Cant., plumber, bonds. June 6, 
1639. 

Flaunder, Ralph, of Benenden, broad- 
weaver, widr., about 30, at his own 
govt., and Sarah Chittenden, s. p., 
maiden, about 28, d. of William 
Chittenden, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents, and signs this allegation. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 15, 1620. 

Flavell, Joseph, of the Borough of 
Southwark in the city of London, 
waterman, ba., about 25, whose 
mother, Alice Flavell, consents, and 
Margaret Grigsbie of Deal, w. of 
Stephen Grigsbie, late s. p., dec. At 
Deal. Dec. 10, 1639. 

Flectune, Thomas, and Margaret Willcs, 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant. At same. 
]\Iay 14, 1637. 

Fleete, Henry, of Cosmus and Damian 
in the Blean, yeom., ba., about 25, 
whose father, Thomas Fleete, con- 
sents, and Alice Atwells, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Henry Atwells, s. p., 
husb., who also consents. At S. 
Dunstan's, Cant. Aug. 15, 1627. 

Fleet, John, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 20, whose mother 
consents, and Repentance Mead of 
Holy Cross, Cant., v., about 20, d. 
of Stephen Mead, who also consents, 
as is testified by Thomas Cullen of 
Harbledown, husb,, who also made 
faith that John Fleet's mother con- 
sents. At Holy Cross. William 
Foster of Cant., g., bonds. April 
25, 1635. 

Fleete, John, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
yeora., widr., and Mary Browne of 
Heme, v., about 22, d. of Richard 
Browne, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Williara Hobson of 
Hackington, tilemaker. At Heme. 
Robert Hawes of Cant., cordwainer, 
bonds. Oct. 13, 1641. 

Fleete, Michael, of S. John's in Thanet, 
and Mary Hunt, s. p. At same. 
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Fleet, Simon, of Minster, in Thanet, 
husb., ba., 40 and upwards, and Mary 
Blaxland of Sturry, v., about 40. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Carey 
of Cant., cordwainer. bonds. July 
11, 1635. 

Fleete, Thomas, the younger, of Cosmos 
and Damian in Le Bleane, yeom., 
ba., about 24, son of Thomas Fleete 
the elder, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
and Joan Hall of Willesborough, v., 
about 20, d. of Gregory Hall, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents, as is testi- 
fied by William Thwaites of S. Dun- 
stan's, Cant., g. At S. AI phage, 
Cant. June 23, 1624. 

Fleet, Thomas, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., widr., and Margaret Baker of 
Minster in Thanet, w. of Roger 
Baker, s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. George Knot of Cant., baker, 
bonds. Aug. 11, 1634. 

Fleetewood, Richard, of Ashford, car- 
penter, ba., about 30, and Mildred 
Macklen, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of John Macklen of Burwash in Sus- 
sex, glazier, who consents, as is 
testified by Nicholas Reeve of Ash- 
ford, turner. At Ashford. Dec. 13, 
1620. 

Flesher, Nicholas, of Chartham, fell- 
monger, ba., about 26, and Ann 
Wilton of Holy Cross, Cant., w. of 
John Wilton, dec. At Holy Cross. 
Feb. 9, 1637. 

Fletcher, Rartholomew, of Woodnes- 
borough, g., ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Paramour, v., 
about IS, d. of Joshua Paramour 
of Eastry, g., who consents. At 
Eastry. Allegation made and signed 
by Samuel Nicols, clerk, vicar of 
Eastry. Sept. 13, 1632. 

Fletcher, Bartholomew, of Woodncs- 
borough, g., widr.. and Elizabeth 
Butler, v., 21 and upwards, d. of 
William Butler, late of Cant., g., now 
at her own govt. At Sittingbourne. 
William Harrison of Woodnes- 
borough, g., bonds. April 15, 1634. 

Fletcher, Richard, of Ashford, g., ba., 
23 and upwards, whose father, Hugh 
Fletcher, consents, and Mary Fusse, 
s. p., v., of the like age, d. of Susan 
Fusse, s. p., w., who also consents. 
At Ashford or Willesborough. Jan. 
5, 1642. 



Fllnder (Flynder), James, of S. James's 
in Dover, seaman, widr., and Joan 
Dennis of S. Mary's in Dover, w. of 
Edmund Dennis, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Northgate, Cant. July 14, 1642. 

Flinder, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
and Ellen Linsey, s. p., w. At same. 
March 25, 1628. 

Fllnder, John, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 28, and Mary Chalke of S. 
Andrew's, Cant,, v., about 18, d. of 
John Chalke of Dover, dec, now 
under the govt, of William Chalke, 
s. p., mariner, her father's exor., who 
consents. Feb. 21, 1632. 

Flint, Richard, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., yeom., ba., 26 and up- 
wards, and Elizabeth Giles, s. p., v., 
30 and upwards, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
April 15, 1629. 

Flint, Thomas, of Sandhurst, sawyer, 
widr., and Elizabeth Waterman, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of John Water- 
man, s. p., carpenter, who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 26, 1634. 

Flintstone, Richard, of Rye in Sussex, 
weaver, ba., about 26, whose father 
consents, and Sarah Wayman of 
Aldington, v., about 24, whose par- 
ents are dead. At Aldington. June 
23, 1643. 

Flintstone, William, of Willesborough, 
yeom., widr., about 50, and Eliza- 
beth Home of Wye, v., about 34, 
whose mother, Margery Hornc, s. 
p., consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. June 16, 1626. 

Floud, Thomas, of Faversham, drover, 
ba., about 58, and Susan Rogers, s. 
p., w., about 50, relict of Gabriel 
Rogers, late s. p., schoolmaster, dec. 
At same. Jan. 14, 1623. 

Flood, William, of Biddenden, broad- 
weaver, widr., about 40, and Alice 
Sherlocke, s. p., about 43, w. of 
William Sherlocke late of [blank], 
dec. At Biddenden. Sept. 2, 1619. 
See Lloyd. 

Floyd. See Lloyd. 

Fluce, Thomas, and Ann Larkine, of S. 
Alphage, Cant. At same. June 11, 
1633. 

Fl usher, Nicholas, of Bridge, and Sarah 
Kenneti of S. George's, Cant. At 
Bridge. May 16, 1619. 

Fl usher, Nicholas, of S. George's, Cant., 
vintner, ba., about 22, and Sarah 

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Persie, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
[blank] Persie [mother of the said 
Sarah] of Ashford, who consents. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. April 5, 1645. 

Fl usher, Robert, of Chartham, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Scapey of S. 
Alphage, Cant., w. of John Scapey, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Alphage. Jan. 
22, 1637. 

Foach, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
woollcndraper, ba., about 22, at his 
own govt., and Jane Bull, s. p., 
maiden, about 20. d. of Peter Bull, 
late s. p., woollcndraper, dec, and 
now in the govt, of her mother, Susan 
Bull, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Harbledown. Dec. 18, 1622. 

Foach, Robert, of the city of London, 
woollcndraper, ba., about 24, and 
Martha Bachelour of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., maiden, about 20, d. of Mr. 
Christopher Bachelour, late s. p., dec. 
At Chartham or Milton n. Chartham, 
" by reason that Mr. George Bache- 
lour, brother to the said Martha, 
dwellcth at Chartham, and intcndeth 
to give them their wedding dinner." 
Nov. 30, 1622. Si-e Foche. 

Foade, John, of Waltham, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Mary Tolherst of S. 
Alphage, Cant., maiden, 30 and up- 
wards, d. of Edward Tolherst of 
Cranbrook, husb., who consents. At 
Waltham. Nov. 25, 1626.^ 

Foad, Richard, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
musiciancr, ba., about 23, and Eliza- 
beth Mathers, s. p., w. of William 
Mathers, late s. p., dec. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Aug. 17, 1644. 

Foate, Jcffery, of Ash, husb., ba., about 
27, and Margaret Petley, s. p., v., 
about 23, whose mother consents, as 
is testified by her brother John 
Petley, s. p. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Oct 19, 1629. 

Foate, Thomas, of Ash, [blank], ba., 
about 28, at his own govt., and Mary 
Edwardes, s. p., v., about 20, d. of 
Anthony Edwardes of Eastry, car- 
penter, who consents, as is testified 
by a letter from Richard Feild of 
Sandwich, glover. At S. Mary's in 
Sandwich. May 4, 1640. JVo/e. A 
pen drawn across this allegation, and 
"vacat" written in the margin. 
Foate, Vincent, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Bartlett, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of John Bartlett, 



s. p., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. John Mountster of Hoath in 
the parish of Reculver, bonds. 
June 3, 1628. 

Foche, John, of Wootton, g., and Mary 
Omer of Ash, w. At Ash. Wm. 
Streater of Cant., yeom., bonds. 
April 16, 1619. 

Foche, Thomas, of Goodnestone n. 
Wingham, g., and Bennett Oldfield 
of Cant., w. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Wm. Streater of Cant., yeom., 
bonds. March 27, 1619. .S^^ Foach. 

Fogge, Ezechias, of Chilham, g., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Nailer, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Robert 
Nailer, late of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., 
g., dec, and now in the govt, of her 
aunt, Mrs. Engle Boys, wife of the 
Rt. Worshipful Mr. Doctor Boys, 
Dean of Ch. Ch., Cant., who con- 
sents. At Ch. Ch., Cant., or Chil- 
ham or Boughton Blean. Jan. 11, 
1621. 

Fogge, Richard, of Tilmanstone, g., 
ba., about 30, and Ann Darrell of 
Bettishanger, v., about 18, who, her 
parents being dead, is at the govt, 
of Edward Boys, s. p., Esquire, who 
consents, as is testified by the letter 
of Mr. Moses Capell, vicar of Til- 
manstone. At Bettishanger. Oct. 22, 
1638. 

Foord, Edmond, of West Peckham in 
Kent, yeom., widr., about 43, and 
Mary Reeve of Maidstone, w., about 
42, relict of Thomas Reeve, late 
s. p,, dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Dec 5, 1625. 

Foord, Edward, of Birchington, husb., 
ba., 26 and upwards, whose mother, 
Wilman Ford, consents, and 
Deborah Miles of Adisham, v., 
about 23, d. of Ann Miles of Wing- 
ham, w., who also consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. July 26, 1641. 

Foord, George, of Stowting, ba., about 
23, whose father, Richard Foord, 
consents, and Mary Carter, s. p., v., 
d. of Susan Carter of Stanford, w., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
her son, Thomas Carter, s. p., yeom. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 29, 
1639. 

Foord, Henry, of Birchington, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Eve Norwood of S. Peter's in 
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William Norwood, s. p., who con- 
sents. At Birchington. George 
Stancombe of Birchington, clerk, 
and Daniel Friend, s. p., tailor, bonds. 
Feb. 3, 1633. 

Forde, Jeremy, of Birchington, hush., 
ba., about 19, and Mary Sare, s. p., 
v., about 24. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Richard Turner of Birching- 
ton, husb., bonds. Oct. 3, 1634. 

Foord, John, of Dover, merchant, ba., 
about 29, and Elizabeth Greene, s. 
p., w. of John Greene, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret Atcliff. John 
Jacob of Dover, merchant, bonds. 
July 11, 1634. 

Foord, John, of Bridge, tanner, ba., 
about 24, son of William Foord, s. 
p., yeom., who consents, and Martha 
Osborne of Dover, v., about 19, d. of 
Thomas Osborne, s. p., tanner, who 
also consents. At Charlton n. Dover. 
March 31, 1638. 

Foord, Robert, of Queenborough, 
tanner, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Dorothy Pett, s. p., v., 
about 16, whose parents are dead, 
and she now under the govt, of 
Nicholas Sympson, s. p , who con- 
sents by letter. At same. Nicholas 
Sherley of Mort (.^) in Dorset, glazier, 
bonds. April 16, 1638. 

Foord, Thomas, of Benenden, broad- 
weaver, 42, and Phoebe Brickenden, 
s. p., maiden, about 30, d. of one 
Brickenden, dec, and now at her 
own govt. At same. Nov. 8, 1623. 

Foord, Thomas, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Martha Horton of 
Ashford, v.. about 22, who, her father 
being dead, is now at the govt, of 
Martha Horton, alias Morris, wife of 
John Morris, s. p., butcher, who con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Acquilla Hunt of Ashford, saddler, 
bonds. Feb. 3, 1630. 

Foord, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Jane Rest, s. p., 
spr., about 24, d. of Deborah Rest, s. 
p., w., who consents. At same. 
June 30, 1640. 

Foord, William, of Patrixbourne, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Margaret Falk- 
ner of Eastry, w., about 36, late wife 
of Wm. Falkner, s. p., dec. At Worth. 
July 23, 1619. 

Foord, William, of Sellinge, yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Jane Cheeseman of 



Brabourne, maiden, about 37, d. of 
William Cheesman, late of Smeeth, 
yeom., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
June 3, 1624. 

Forbes, James, clerk, vicar of Bovey- 
Tracey in Devon, ba., about 31, and 
Mary Billing of S. Mary's in Dover, 
w. of Joseph Billing, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Mary's. John Bennet ofBovey- 
Tracey, g., bonds. Nov. 5, 1628. 

Ford red, James, of Hythe, tailor, widr., 
and Alice Light, s. p., spr., about 27, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Henry Esse.x of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., silkweaver, and 
John Person, s. p., cordwainer, bonds. 
June 13. 1639. 

Fordred, John, of Elmstead, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Thomasine Parat of 
Petham, v., about 16, d. of Elizabeth 
Parat, alias Watson, wife of William 
Watson, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as her said husband testifies. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Isbram Love of 
Cant., g., bonds. May 9, 1634. 

Fordred, John, of Hackington, tanner, 
ba., 23 and upwards, whose father, 
Thomas Fordred of Elmstead, con- 
sents, and Joan Bowell of Bapchild, 
v., about 19, d. of Solomon Bowell, 
s. p., who also consents, as is testified 
by William Fordred of Hackington, 
tanner. At Rodmersham or Tong. 
William INLithers of Cant., musician, 
bonds. July 14, 1638. 

Fordred, Thomas, of Brabourne, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Margery Wooddell, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of John Wood- 
dell, s. p., husb., who consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 3, 1631. 

Fordred, William, of Faversham, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 21, son of James 
Fordred of Hyth, g., whose good 
liking and consent is already adhibi- 
ted, and Ann Huggins of S. Alphage, 
Cant., maiden, about 23, at her own 
disposing, her parents being dead. 
At Bridge. June 5, 1627. 

Fordred, William, of Hackington, tan- 
ner, and Mabel Somner of S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant., v., d. of Mr. William 
Somner, s. p. At S. IMargaret's. 
Sept, 10, 1634. 

Fordred, William, of Hythe, cordwainer, 
widr., and Amy Simpson of S. 
James's in Dover, w. of William 
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Dover Castle, dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Henry Morris of Mersham, 
yeom., bonds. Aug. 19, 1641. 

Foreman, Edward, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Mary Farmer of Selling, v., 
about 19, d. of George Farmer, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At B. Blean. 
Oct. 17, 1629. 

Forman, John, of Ash, maltster, ba., 
about 25, and Wilman Gardner of S. 
Paul's, Cant., v., about 20, d. of Wil- 
man Gardner, s. p., w., who consents, 
as is testified by Henry Granger of 
jesus Hospital, Cant., tailor. At S. 
"Paul's, Cant. Jan. 14, 1635. 

Forman, John, of Stockbury, husb., 
widr., and Clemence Willes, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Paul's, Cant. Ralph Punnett 
of S. Paul's, Cant., yeom., and 
Richard Bromley of Cant., school- 
master, bonds. Nov. 2, 1641. 

Forman, Thomas, of Hawkhurst, black- 
smith, ba., about 21, whose mother 
consents, and Elizabeth Bishop of 
Rolvenden, v., about 30, d. of 
Thomas Bishop of Hawkhurst, 
broadweaver, who also consents. At 
Rolvenden. John Springet of Hawk- 
hurst, husb., bonds. Sept. 24, 1634. 

Formell, Richard, of Wickhambreux, 
husb., widr., and Ann Bennet of 
Stodmarsh, w. of George Bennet, 
late dec. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. July 11, 1633. 

Forstall, Henry, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, maltster, ba., about 27, 
and Joan Paitesonn, s. p., w., about 
40, relict of Gilbert Paitesonn, late 
s. p., dec. At Woodnesborough. 
William Forstall of Ickham, yeom., 
bonds. May 27, 1620. 

Forstall, Henry, Esquire, Mayor of 
Sandwich, widr., and Bennet Huffam 
of Ash, v., about 22, d. of Stephen 
Huftam, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Ash. March 23, 1628. 

Forstall, William, of Ickham, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Margaret Rigden 
of Little Hardres, maiden, about 26, 
d. of William Rigden, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Edmond Rigden of Petham, yeom. 
At Petham. May 22, 1622. 

Forstall, William, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Sylvester Jenkin, s. p., 
w. of William Jenken, late s. p., 



dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Anthony 
Jervis of Heme, yeom., and William 
Beanc, s. p., carpenter, bonds. 
April 29, 1635. See Fostall. 

Fortescue, John, of the city of Roches- 
ter, seaman, ba., about 25, whose 
father, John Fortescue, s. p., sumner, 
consents, and Martha Redwood of 
Deal, w. of Theophilus Redwood, 
late s. p., dec. At Eastry. Thomas 
HoUoway of Deal, yeom., bonds. 
June 25, 16J0. 

Forwood, John, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, seaman, ba., about 26, whose 
father, Thomas Forwood, consents, 
and Mary Does, s. p., v., about 20, 
d. of Richard Does, s. p., bricklayer, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
John Does of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
cooper. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. 
Oct. 26, 1643. 

Fosbury, Nicholas, of Bredhurst, husb., 
widr., and Mary Cooper of Boxley, 
w. of George Cooper, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Nov. 7, 1 639. 

Fosier, Samuel, of Kennar[ding]ton, 
and Constance Twisden of VVare- 
horne. Sept. 28, 1643. From the 
Reg. of S. Peter's, Cant. 

Fostall, Richard, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., grocer, about 23, who.se 
mother, Ann Stringer, ah'as Fostall, 
of Wingham, consents, and Mary 
Jefifry of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., v., about 19, d. of Frances 
Jeffry, s. p., w., who also consents, 
as is testified by Mr. John Cartright, 
s. p., g. At the Cathedral. Thomas 
Ockman of Cant., grocer, bonds. 
March 19, 1639. See Forstall. 

Fostenn, John, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
widr., about 57, and Mary Hughes, 
s. p., w., about 47, relict of Simon 
Hughes, late s. p., cooper, dec. At 
same. Sept. 4, 1623. 

Foster, Edward, of New Romnej', fell- 
monger, ba., about 30, and Ann 
Winsley, s. p., w. of John Winsley, 
late dec. At same. John Lee 
junior, of Cant., fellmonger, bonds. 
Oct. 3, 1636. 

Foster, Edward, of New Romney, fell- 
monger, widr., and Elizabeth Hug- 
gleden of Lydd, w. of Timothy 
Huggleden, late s. p., dec. At N. 
Romney. Thomas Slater of Lydd, 
fellmonger, bonds. Aug. 7, 1638. 



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Foster, James, of Wingham, g., ba., 
about 25, and Aphra JMurry, s. p., \v., 
about 35, relict of John Murry, late 
s. p., dec. At S. George's, Cant. 
March 6, 1625. 

Foster, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
coachman, ba., about 32, and Mar- 
garet Jemmet of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., w. of John Jemmet, late s. p., 
dec. At Patrixbourne. April 21, 
1611. 

Foster, Maximilian, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., tailor, ba., about 30, and 
Sarah Bright of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
v., about 20, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by William Mathers of 
Cant., musician. At S. INIiklred's. 
Richard Mountiere, and William 
Mather, of Cant., musician.s, bonds. 
Sept. 6, 1636. 

Foster, Maximilian, of Heme, husb., 
ba., about 20, whose parents are 
dead, and he now underthe guardian- 
ship of Mr. John Knowler, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by Jervise 
Lilly of Sandwich, rugmaker, and 
Sarah Cock of Deal, v., about 22, d. 
of Henry Cock of Ripple, yeom , 
who also consents. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. Aug. 6, 1640. 

Foster, Richard, of Whitstable, butcher, 
ba., about 25, and Catherine Penson, 
s. p., w. of Joseph Penson, late dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Dec. 5, 1637. 

Foster, Richard, of Swingfield, black- 
smith, widr., and Margaret Brown- 
inge, s. p., v., about 22, d. of John 
Browninge of Barham, tailor, who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Buddes, s. p., tailor. AtS. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. July 15, 1641. 

Foster, Thomas, [of Wye, husb., ba., 
about 31], and Amy Jacksoi)[, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of Jane Jackson, s. 
p., w., who consents]. At Wye. 
Jan. 2, 1634. Note. The words in 
brackets are taken from an entry 
which has been crossed out. 

Foster, Thomas, of Stone in Oxney, 
yeom., ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Lydia Pemble, s. p., v., about 20 
or 21, d. of Mary Pemble, s. p., w., 
who consents, as is testified " by 
John Pemble her uncle," of Ebony, 
yeom. At S. Margaret's, Cant. March 
17,1639. 

Foster, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 



IMayham, s. p., w. of Richard May- 
ham, late s. p., dec. At same. Stephen 
Gilbert of Cant., g., and Thomas 
Beston, s. p., baker, bonds. Jan. 21, 
1640. 

Foster, Thomas, of Hythe, chapman, 
widr., and Jane Bramble of S. Paul's, 
Cant., v., about 22, d. of Margaret 
Hutt, alias Bramble, now wife of 
John Hutt, s. p., chapman, who con- 
sents. At S. Paul's, Cant. Henry 
Brockwell of S. Paul's, Cant., 
stationer, bonds. Feb. 12, 1641. 

Fotherby, Francis, clerk, vicar of Lyn- 
stead, ba , about 34, and "Anne or 
Agnes " Hatch of Bapchild, w. of 
John Hatch, dec. At Bapchild. 
June 28, 1628. 

Fotherby, Sir John, of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., Knight, widr., and 
Mrs. Margaret Huffam of Cant., w. 
of Michael HulTam, late of Bekes- 
bourne, g., dec. At Reculver. 
Thomas Tremill of Slurry, g., bonds. 
Aug. 9, 1645. 

Fowell, William, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
yeom., v;idr., and Ellen Woolridge, 
s. p., v., about 33. At Thanington. 
June 19, 1630. 

Fowbery, John, of Maidstone, g., widr., 
about 38, and Jane Tailor, s. p., w., 
about 26, relict of John Tailor, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Edward Fillmer of Maidstone, ar- 
miger, Thomas Swinock, s. p., g., and 
Richard Birkhened of Cant., g., 
bonds. April 6, 1637. 

Fowie, Alexander, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
apothecary, 24, and Ann Shipton of 
S. M. Northgate, Cant., v., about 24, 
d. of Mary Shipton, s. p., w., who 
consents. At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
Richard Shipton of Cant., linen 
draper, and William Fowle of Sand- 
hurst, g., bonds. Jan. 21, 1638. 

Fowle, John, of Lynton, blacksmith, 
widr., about 32, and Mary Shested, 
s. p., maiden, about 26, d. of 
Richard Shested, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At same. July 3, 1621. 

Fowle, Milts, of Stone in Oxney, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Goatly, s. p., w. 
of Edmund Goatly, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Feb. 18, 1631. 

Fowle, Richard, of Lydd, bricklayer, 
ba., about 25 or 26, whose mother 
consents, and Margaret Williams of 
of Mersham, v., about 22, whose 



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parents are dead. At Mersham. Nov. 
16, 1639. 

Fowie, Stephen, of Maidstone, fuller, 
ba., about 28, whose mother con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Godden of 
Berstead, v., about 20, d. of Peter 
Godden, s. p., who also consents, as 
is testified by John Cripps of Maid- 
stone, beerbrewer. At Thurnham. 
Jan. 19, 1634. 

FowIe, Thomas, of Brabourne, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Standley of 
Sellinge, v., about 24, whose parents 
are dead. At Brabourne. ]ulv 16, 
1628. 

FowIe, Thomas, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
blacksmith, widr., and Martha Scar- 
brow of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., v., about 25, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
William Russell of the said Precincts, 
g., bonds. May 24, 1642. 

FowIe, William, of Rolvendcn, husb., 
ba., about 22, son of Thomas Fowle, 
s. p., yeom., and Margaret Playford, 
of Bencnden, maiden, about 20, d., 
of William Playford, late s. p., 
husb., dec, and now in the govt, of 
Solomon Playford, s. p., her brother, 
who consents, as is testified by 
William Paine of Cant., latcleaver. 
At Bencnden. June 18, 1622. 

Fowler, Bartholomew, of S. M. North- 
gate, Cant., ba., about 28, and Agnes 
Gilmore, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Philip Gilmore, late s. p., dec, and 
of Margaret Gilmore, alias Cage, 
s. p., who consents. At Hacking- 
ton. Jacobus Fowler of Cant., 
yeom., and William Cage, s. p., 
miller, bonds. Aug. 11, 1631. 

Fowler, George, of Chart Parva, and 
Ellen Homwood of Chartham, 
" puella." At Chartham. Nov. 29, 
1619. 

Fowler, George, of Faversham, mariner, 
ba., about 22, and Elizabeth Black- 
bourne, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At same or at 
Preston n. Faversham. Thomas 
Paine of Faversham, mariner, bonds. 
March 31, 1646. 

Fowler, Henry, of Warehorne, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Ginner, s. p., v., 
about 22, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Hall 
of Warehorne, weaver, bonds. 
May 7, 1638. 



Fowler, John, of Heme, cooper, widr., 
about 30, and Grace Johnson, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of Henry 
Johnson late s. p., dec. At S. Paul's, 
Cant. Sept. 22, 1619. 

Fowler, John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
seaman, ba., about 22, whose father, 
Richard Fowler, consents, and Mar- 
garet Lee, s. p., v., of the like age, 
d. of Bartholomew Lee, s. p., sea- 
man, who also consents, as is testified 
by a certificate from Mr. William 
Dunkin, clerk, vicar there. At S. 
Clement's in Sandwich. Simon 
Raylton of Cant., g., bonds. Jan. 
21, 1642. 

Fowler, Richard, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, mariner, ba., about 26, and 
Parnell Emptage of S. John's in 
Thanet, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Thomas Emptage, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Aug. 23, 1619. 

Fowler, Richard, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, butcher, widr., about 35, and 
Isabel Ewell, s. p., maiden, about 
26, whose mother, Ann Ewell, alias 
Colson, of Heme, consents. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Boys Ower of 
Minster in Thanet, fellmonger, 
bonds. March 29, 1627. 

Fowler, Thomas, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
blacksmith, widr., about 44, and Jane 
Banckes of Badlesmere, w., about 
52, relict of John Bancks, late s. p., 
husb., dec. At S. Paul's. March 
10, 1623. 

Fowler, William, of All Saints', Cant., 
miller, widr., and Mary Booreman of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant, v., 
about 33, d. of William Booreman 
of Ickham, who consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Sept. 15, 1645. 

Fowsden, Henry, of Hartlip, butcher, 
widr., and Ann Kempe, s. p., v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Thomas 
Edwardes of Hartlip, and George 
Tassell, s. p., yeomen, bonds. April 
16, 1638. 

Fowtrell, Richard, of Ashford, yeom., 
ba. , about 24, and Deborah Chill- 
man of Kennington, v., about 21, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. John Barrow of 
Kennington, yeom., bonds. Oct. 4, 
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Fowtrell, Richard, of Rye in the county 
of Kent [but Rye is in Sussex], 
woollendrapcr, ba., about 24, and 
Elizabeth Wachers of Tenterdcn, v., 
about 17, d. of John Wachers, s p., 

glazier, who [allegation left 

incomplete.] Jan. 18, 1635. 

Fox, Henry, of S. Mary'sin Dover, yeom., 
about 25, and Sarah Day, s. p., 
maiden, about 26, d. of Eliezar Day 
of the city of London, g., [who con- 
sents, as is testified by Edmund 
Taylor of S. Mary's in Dover.] At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 4, 1621. 
[The words in brackets are crossed 
out in the original.] 

Fox, Henry, of Swaleclifif, husb., ba., 21 
and upwards, whose parents are dead, 
and Elizabeth Binge, s. p., v., of the 
like age, d. of John Binge, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. April 27, 1644. 

Fox, John, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
butcher, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Palmer, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of 
John Palmer, s. p., butcher, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Cassamera 
Mathew, s. p., butcher. At same. 
Oct. 17, 1625. 

Fox, John, of Minster in Thanet, husb., 
ba., about 23, son of John Fo.x of 
Birchington, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Pollin of Monkton, 
husb., and Joan Russell of Minster 
aforesaid, v., about 26, d. of Thomas 
Russell of S. Peter's in Thanet, who 
also consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. July 18, 1628. 

Fox, John, of Whitstable, husb., ba., 
about 23, and Margaret Bread, s. p., 
v., about the like age, who, her 
parents being dead, is now in the 
govt, of her uncle, Andrew Bread, 
s. p., who consents. At Holy Cros.s, 
Cant. Feb. 10, 1628. 

Fox, Nicholas, of Great Hardres, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Mary Cray of 
Barham, v., about 20, d. of Vincent 
Cray, s. p., husb., who consents, as 
is testified by William Brice of G. 
Plardres, linen weaver. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. June 13, 1646. 

Fox, Sampson, of Swingfield, carpenter, 
widr., and Judith Somes of Lyminge, 
spr., about 36, at her own govt. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 3, 1640. 

Fox, Stephen, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 24, son of Robert Fox, who 



consents, and Mary Baker, s. p., 
maiden, about 25, d. of William 
Baker, late of Staple, dec, and now 
at her own govt. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. June 12, 1626. 

Fox, Stephen, of Elham, yeom., widr., 
about 24, and Ellen Cooke, s. p., v., 
about 19, who, her parents being 
dead, is now in the tuition and govt., 
of Richard Gibbon, s. p., g., who 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Nov. 17, 1628. 

Fox, Thomas, of Waltham, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Wakcr, s. p., v., about 
30, whose parents are dead. At S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant. George Yonge 
of Cant., apothecary, bonds. June 
6, 1629. 

Fox, Thomas, of Whitstable, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Wymarke, s. p., w. of 
John Wymarke, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 27 [or 21], 
1630. 

Fox, Thomas, of Waltham, and Agnes 
Spaine of Elmstead. At Elmstcad. 
Dec. 6, 1630. 

Fox, Thomas, of Great Hardres, husb., 
ba., 30 and upwards, whose father 
consents, and Catherine Gamon of 
Elham, v., about 25, d. of Francis 
Gamon, s. p., yeom., who also con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 1, 1641. 

Foxe, William, of Capel-le-Fern, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Thomasine 
Lushington, s. p., maiden, about 21, 
d. of Robert Lushington, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 28, 1621. 

Fox, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., g , 
ba., about 26, and Eleanor Annoott 
of S. Margaret's, Cant., maiden, 
about 22, d. of Charles Annoot of 
S. George's, Cant., g., who consents. 
At S. George's. Jan. 28, 1623. 

Fox, William, of S. George's, Cant., g., 
widr., and Mary Rooke, s. p., w. of 
John Rooke, g., dec. At same. 
John Pollyn, s. p., brewer, bonds. 
Jan. 27, 1635. 

Fox, William, of Great Hardres, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Susan Giles of 
Kingstone, v., about 20, d. of [blank] 
Giles of Eastry, husb., who consents, 
as is testified by Stephen Brice of 
G. Hardres, weaver. At S. Margaret's 
Cant. Robert Jacob of G. Hardres, 
husb., bonds. March 25, 1637. 



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Fox, William, of Dover, g., ba., about 28, 
and Elizabeth Wymond, s. p., v., 
about 20. d. of Paul Wymond, s. p., 
g., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. William Eaton of Dover, g., 
bonds. Sept. 16, 1641. 

Foxton, Anthony, clerk, M.A., parson 
of Burmarsh, ba., about 28, and 
Sarah Hurlestone of Fordwich, v., 
about 26, d. of Simon Hurlestone, 
s. p., who consents. At Fordwich. 
Dec. 4, 1628. 

France, John, of Milton n. Cant., 
yeom., widr., about 31, and Jane 
Ansel! of S. Michael's, Harbledown, 
maiden, about 30, d. of Henry 
Ansell of Chartham, husb., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Dec. 29, 1624. 

Francis, Edward, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 31, and Elizabeth Wattes, s. p., 
w. of [blank] Wattes, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Oct. 14, 1645. 

Fraunces, John, of Chartham, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Mary Sladden, of S. M. Bredin, 
Cant., spr., about 28, her parents 
both dead, "as shee saith." At S. M. 
Bredin's. Oct. 21, 1620. 

Francis, John, of Chartham, husb., 
widr., about 26, and jane Willes, s. 
p., v., about 30, d. of John Willes, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 19, 1623. 

Francis, John, of Harrietsham, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose mother, Mary 
Francis, consents, and Jane Quilter, 
v., about 18, d. of John Quilter of 
S. John's in Thanet, who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Edward 
Pyard of Cant., g. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. July 23, 1638. 

Francis, John, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
ba., about 23 or 24, whose father, 
John Francis, clerk, rector of Ripple, 
consents, and Hannah Browne, late 
of S. James's in Dover, now of Rip- 
ple, v., 20, at the govt., of her uncle, 
Mr. Bartholomew ver — Planken of 
Dover, who also consents. At Ripple. 
Robert Simons of the Grey Friars, 
Cant., g., and John Tayler of S. 
Peter's, Cant., g., bonds. June 7, 
1639. 

Frances, John, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
widr., and Alice Taylor of Ripple, 
w. of John Taylor, late of Lyminge, 
g., dec. At Cranbrook or Ripple. 
Dec. 24, 1642. 



Francis, Leonard, of Mersham, sawyer, 
ba., about 30, and Joan Gilbert, s. 
p., v., 30, whose parents are dead. 
At Holy Cross, Cant. Oct. 23, 1629. 

Francis, Roger, of Crundale, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Harris of Molash, 
w. of Richard Harris, late dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John Francis 
of Chartham, husb., bonds. Nov. 19, 
1629. 

Francis, William, of Dover, seaman, 
ba., about 23 or 24, and Ann Smith, 
s. p., v., of the like age, whose 
parents consent, as is testified by a 
letter from Mr. Thomas Graunt, 
clerk, subcurate of S. Mary's in 
Dover. At S. Mary's in D. Allega- 
tion made and signed by Henry 
Browne of Dover, hackneyman, and 
Leonard Browne, Proctor of this 
court. John Browne of Cant., 
vintner, bonds. Jan. 25, 1642. 

Francis, William, of Leeds, and Susan 
Snoade of Harrietsham. July .., 
1643. From the Reg. of S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. 

Franke, Christopher, of S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant., saddler, ba., about 29, 
whose mother, Margaret Franke, 
s. p., w., consents, and Elizabeth 
Huffam, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Michael Huffam of Bekesbourne, g., 
who also consents. At Bekesbourne. 
April 29, 1639. 

Franke, Roger, citizen and chirurgeon 
of London, ba., about 28, and Eliza- 
beth Moore of S. Mary's in Dover, 
v., about 19, d. of Dorcas Moore, 
s. p., w., who consents, as was 
testified by John Seamer of Sand- 
wich, vintner. At S. Mary's in D. 
John Coote of Cant., innholder, 
bonds. Dec. 29, 1639. 

Franck, Thomas, of Adisham, maltman, 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Chees- 
man of Goodnestone n. Wingham, 
v., about 28, at her own govt. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. June 5, 1626. 

Fran k 11 n ( Francklyn), Arthur, of Badles- 
mere, g., ba.. about 40, and Bennett 
Mitchell of Newnham, v., about 22, 
d. of Thomas Mitchell, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
Jan. 13, 1641. 

Francklin, Henry, of Molash, woollen- 
draper, ba., about 23, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Fowle of Chart- 
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are dead. At Chartham, Molash or 
S. Mildred's, Cant. John Francklin 
of Cant., woollendraper, bonds. 
Aug. 10, 1642. 

Francklin, James, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 19, at liis own govt., and 
Hanna Curtis of Tenterden, maiden, 
about 18, d. of Robert Curtis late s. 
p., dec., and now living with George 
Curtis, s. p., g., her uncle, who con- 
sents. At Staplehurst. Sept. 13, 1619. 

Francklyn, lames, of Folkestone, tailor, 
ba., about 29, and Elizabeth Mall of 
Stodmarsh, v., about 29, d. of Eliza- 
beth Hall, s. p., w., who consents. 
At Bridge. May 19, 1635. 

Frankelin, James, of Faversham, mer- 
cer, ba., about 23, son of Arthur 
Francklin of Badlesmcre, g., who 
consents, and Elizabeth Greenstreete 
of Faversham, v., about 21 or 22, d. of 
Robert Greenstreete, s. p.. Jurat, 
who makes and signs this allegation. 
At Faversham. Oct. 18, 1641. 

Franklin, John, of New Romney, linen 
weaver, widr., about 58, and Frances 
Day, s. p., w., about 50, relict of 
John Day, late s. p., dec. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. Nov. 7, 1627. 

Francklin, John, of Maidstone, g., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Alchorne, s. 
p., v., about 19, at her own govt. 
(her father being dead) as appears 
by a letter from Nicholas Francklin, 
s. p., g. At same. April 30, 1631. 

Francklyn, John, of Petham, yeom., 
ba., about 22, son of Henry Franck- 
lin, s. p., yeom., who consents, and 
Anna Jenkin of Minster in Thanet, 
v., about 18, d. of William Jenkin, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
Minster in T. May 18. 1639. 

Francklyn, Nicholas, of Maidstone, g., 
ba., 20 and upwards, and Mary 
Curtys, s. p., maiden, about 17, d. of 
Robert Curtys, late of Tenterden, 
dec, and now under the govt, of her 
mother, Joan Curtys, alias Maplis- 
den, wife of Richard Maplisden of 
Maidstone, g., who consents. At 
Maidstone. Aug. 16, 1623. 

Franckling, Richard, of Folkestone, 
husb., ba., about 26, with his father's 
consent, and Alice Godden, s. p., w. 
of John Godden, s. p., dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. May 22, 1633. 

Francklin, Thomas, of Biddenden, g., 
widr., about 34, and Ann Tippett of 



Headcorn, v., about 23, d. of Richard 
Tippett, late s. p., innkeeper, dec, 
and now under the govt, of her father- 
in-law, George Brett of Headcorn, 
and of her mother, Catherine Brett, 
a//(M Tippett, who both consent. At 
Headcorn. Feb. 18, 1623. 
Francklyn, Thomas, of Folkestone, 
yeom , ba., about 25, and Phil lis 
IMurrell, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. 
of William Murrell, late ofS. Mary's 
in Romney Marsh, dec, and now at 
her own govt. At Biddenden, for 
that the man's uncle dwelleth there, 
who intendeth to give them their 
wedding dinner. Richard Baker of 
New Romney, clerk, bonds. Feb. 
2, 1624. 
Francklin, Thomas, of Maidstone, g., 
ba., 21 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Elizabeth Symons, s. p., v., about 
20, who, her father being dead, is 
now under the govt, of Elizabeth 
Symons, alias Beechinge, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Matthew 
Browne, s. p., kerseymaker. At 
Marden. June 28, 1628. 
Fredd, Alexander, and Margaret Hayler, 
of Harrietsham. At same. Feb. 16, 
1628. 
Frebody, Richard, of Cranbrook, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father, Thomas 
Freebody, consents, and Mary Grouc 
of Hawkhurst, v., about 19, d. of 
Charles Groue, s. p., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by his son-in-law, 
WilliamGenvev of Cant., embroiderer. 
At S. Alphage', Cant. May 22, 1639. 
Freeland (Fryland), Nathaniel, of Cran- 
brook, tanner, ba., about 30, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Read, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of John Reade of 
Hollington in Sussex, tailor, who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
July 18, 1638. 
Fryland, Thomas, of Cranbrook, tanner, 
ba., about 28, and Mary Osborne, s. 
p., v., about 27, d. of William 
Osborne, s. p., who consents. At 
Frittenden. Feb. 18, 1635. 
Freeland, William, of Nonington, and 
Elizabeth Baldin of S. Mildred's, 
Cant. At S. Mildred's. Dec. 6, 1636. 
Freeman, Godward, of Hollingbourne, 
husb., ba., 27, and Elizabeth Packe, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of William 
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At same. William Hatch of Ulcombe, 
bellfounder, bonds. Aug. 1, 1635. 

Freeman, John, of Lyminge, ckrk, 
RI.A., ba., about 25, and Susan 
Norton, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of John Norton, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is te.stified by Robert 
Woodland of Cant., tapster. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Aug. 31, 1626. 

Freeman, Jonas, of Thanington, 
labourer, and Cicely Budle of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., v. At S. Martin's, 
Cant. Rock Freeman of S. Martin's, 
labourer, bonds. April 24, 1619. 

Freeman, Joseph, of Bethersden, 
carpenter, widr., and Elizabeth Jervis 
of Frittenden, v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At Thanington. 
July 11, 1637. 

Freeman, Thomas, of Sturry, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Sarah Latner of 
Stouting, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Philip Latner, s. p., weaver, who 
consents. At Thanington. William 
Rowland of Westenh anger, porter, 
bonds. Jan. 27, 1623. 

Freeman, William, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
shoemaker, ba., about 22, son of 
William Freeman of Maidstone, 
brewer, who consents, and Ellen 
Bing, s. p., w., about 26, relict of 
Henry Bing, late s. p., dec. At Holy 
Cross. Feb. 18, 1627. 

Freestone, Robert, of Ash, husb., ba., 
about 50, and Jane Baxe, s. p., 
maiden, about 30, d. of [blank] Ba.xe, 
late of Woodnesborough, husb., dec. 
At Elm-stone. Oct. 15 [or 16], 1621. 

Fremlin, George, ofHythe, blacksmith, 
ba., about 24, and Judith Westlie of 
Warehorne, maiden, about 22, d. of 
Richard Westlie of Tcnterden, inn- 
keeper, dec, and now in the govt, 
of her mother, Judith Everinge of 
Hythe, who consents. At Warehorne. 
Oct. 8, 1621. 

Fremlen, Thomas, of Lyminge, black- 
smith, widr., and Agnes Mason, s. 
p., v., about 26, whose parents are 
dead. At same. John Fordred of 
Petham, yeom., and Thomas Kennett 
ofCant., turner, bonds. Sept. 29, 1638. 

French, Alexander, ofGreat Chart, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Jane Armour of 
Kingsnorth, v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Armour, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At Kingsnorth. Oct. 25, 
1630. 



French, John, of Tenterden, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 26, and Alice 
Fowle of Brenzet, relict of Grisegon 
Fowle, late of Old Romney, yeom., 
dec. At Snargate, because the guest 
(sic) be invited to the said parish 
church. June 3, 1629. 

French, John, of Ashford, hcmpdrcsser, 
ba., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, and Elizabeth Flammon of 
Willesborough, v , about 26, at her 
own govt. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
Richard Fotrell of Ashford, hemp- 
dresser, and Jacobus Boulderston of 
S. Alphage, Cant., grocer, bonds. 
Dec. 11, 1637. 

French, Patrick, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 25, and Margaret Daniel, s. p., 
v., 22, d. of Catherine Daniel, s. p., 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
William Grecnleafe, s. p., sailor. At 
S. Mary's in Dover. Dec. 2, 1634. 

Frencham, Thomas, of Rolvenden, 
clothier, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Pett of Rye in 
Sussex, maiden, about 19, d. of 
Thomas Pett, s. p., innkeeper, who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Francis Haynes of Cant., needle- 
maker, bonds. Sept. 26, 1621. 

Frencham, Thomas, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, and Rachel Vandevelde 
of S. Clement's in Sandwich. At S. 
Peter's in S. Dec. 22, 1635. 

Frenchbourne, Christopher, of S. 
John's in Thanet, shepherd, widr., 
and Mary Page, s. p., v., about 24, 
d. of Mildred Page, s. p., w., who 
consents. At Sturry or S. Peter's, 
Cant. Thomas Vnkle of Sturry, 
bonds. March 31, 1646. 

Frenchborne, Francis, of Boughton 
Blean, husb., ba., about 26, whose 
parents are dead, and Margaret 
Shrubsole, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents also are dead. At All Saints', 
Cant. William Benchkin of B. 
Blean, husb., bonds. Sept. 30, 1641. 

Frenchborne, James, of Boughton 
Malherbe, and F^lizabeth Henniker 
of Lenham. July 6, 1643. From 
the Reg. of S. Peter's, Cant. 

Frend. See Friend. 

Friday, John, of Wormshill, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Marian Bateman, s. p., v., about 24, 
d. of Laurence Bateman, s. p., who 
consents. At same. May 17, 1631. 



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Fryday, Matthew, of Plucklcy, husb., 
ba., about 25, whose mother consents, 
and Joan Rayner of P'gerton, v., 
about 23, d. of George Rayner, s. 
p., kerseyniakcr, who also consents, 
as is testified by his son, Edward 
Rayner. At Berstead or Otham. 
William Cooper of Cant., husb., 
bonds. April 27, 1642. 

Fridd, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, beerbrewer, widr., and Susan 
Passon, s. p., v., about 36, whose 
parents are dead. At same. John 
Kinge of Cant., tapster, bonds. Nov. 
16, 1635. 

Friend, Daniel, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., cordwainer, widr., and Ann 
Clay of S. George's, Cant., v., about 

21, d. of John Clay, late dec. At 
Hackington. Jan. 16, 1635. 

Freind, David, of Chislet, miller, ba., 
about 24, whose father consents, and 
Ann Mountsteven, s. p., spr., about 

22, d. of John Mountsteven, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Thomas Freind of 
Chislet, miller, bonds. Jan. 26, 1642. 

Frind, Henry, of S. Mary's in Romney 
March, yeom., widr., about 36, and 
Ann Harvey of Heth [Hythe], maiden, 
about 35, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 30, 1621 . 

Friend, Henry, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Mary Prickes, s. p., v., about 30, d. 
of John Prickes, dec. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Richard Friend of Adisham, 
husb., and John Alderstone of S. 
Lawrence in T., fisherman, bonds. 
May 1, 1637. 

Freind, Jacobus, of Paddlcsworth, ba., 
about 24, and Joan Fagge, s. p., v., 
24, d. of John Fagge, who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Jacobus 
Freind of Bridge, husb., father of the 
aforesaid Jacobus, bonds. Feb. 12, 
1644. 

Frend, John, of Deal, yeom., ba., about 
34, and " Ciscilla" Colt, s. p., w. of 
Stephen Colt, late s. p., dec. At S. 
George's, Cant. Sarles March of 
Deal, yeom., bonds. Feb. 21, 1632. 

Freind, Jonathan, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 25, whose master, William 
Philpott, consents, and Alice Drayson, 
s. p., v., about 29, d. of Christopher 
Drayson, s. p., blacksmith, who also 
consents, as is testified by William 



Danton, s. p., husb. At Littlebourne. 
Jan. 17, 1643. 

Freind, Robert, of Sheldwich, husb., ba., 
about 33, and Elizabeth Trimnell, s. 
p., w., about 54, relict of Richard 
Trimnell, late s. p., hush., dec. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. April 14, 1624. 

Frind, Robert, and Elizabeth Wilson, of 
S. Peter's in Sandwich. At same 
Feb. 27, 1625. 

Freind, Robert, of Sheldwich, husb., 
widr., and Catherine Clifford, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Nicholas Clifford, 
s. p., blacksmith, who consents. At 
same. May 4, 1640. 

Frend, Thomas, of Ash, husb., widr., 
about 42, and Elizabeth Orgens, s. 
p., v., about 40. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. George Stock of Ash, parish 
clerk, bonds.' Feb. 9, 1625. 

Frind, Thomas, of Milton, and Joan 
Church. Married at S. Margaret's, 
Cant., June 11, 1627. See Note to 
Colman, Thomas, June 13, 1627. 

Friend, Thomas, of Charing, husb., ba , 
about 36, and Elizabeth Wilson, s. 
p., v., about 22, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Andrew's, Cant. Aug. 
7, 1632. 

Friend, Thomas, of Chislet miller, ba., 
about 29, whose father consents, and 
Mary Croft, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Samuel Croft, dec, and of Elizabeth 
Croft, his w., who consents. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. July 25, 1633. 

Friend, Thomas, of Great Chart, brick- 
layer, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Sanders, s. p., w. of William Sanders, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. IBcnjamin Reading of G. 
Chart, cooper, and Richard Reading, 
s. p., husb., bonds. June 6, 1636. 

Freind, William, of Northbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 29, and RLartha Giles of 
Swingfield, v., about 22, d. of John 
Giles, dec, and of Agnes Giles, w., 
who consents. At Swingfield. Jan. 
12, 1630. 

Frere, See Fryer. 

Frier. See Fryer. 

Frind. See Friend. 

Frowe, Thomas, of Rolvenden, husb., 
ba., 23 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Dorothy Everinden, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Franc's Everinden, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
James Frowe of Biddenden, beer- 
brewer. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 



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John Clarke of Rolvenden, husb., 

bonds. Jan. 13, 1634. 
Fry, George, of Eastchiirch, husb., widr., 
about 40, and Jane Ellis of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne, w. of [blank] Ellis, 
late s. p., dec. At Milton. June 11, 
1629. 

Frye, James, of Postling, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Blackborne of 
Lympne, w., about 28, relict of 
Henry Blackborne, s. p., husb., dec. 
about 4 years since. At l.ympne. 
March 2, 1621. 

Fryer (Frier), Henry, of Minster in 
Sheppy, g., Avidr., about 40, and 
Mary I'urner ofTilmanstone, maiden, 
about 26, d. of Mr. William Turner, 
clerk, and Dr. of Physic, who con- 
sents. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Oct. 17, 1627. 

Fryer, (Frere), Henry, of Minster in 
Sheppy, husb., ba., about 22, whose 
father, Henry Fryer, consents, and 
Elizabeth Carden, .s. p., w., relict of 
Humphry Carden, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Nicholas Dreury, s. p., grosier, 
bonds. Dec. 13, 1638. 

Frier, John, of Crundale, husb., 30 and 
upwards, and Sylvester Smith, s. p., 
V , 40 and upwards. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Oct. 26, 1629. 

Fryer, John, of Dover, yeom., widr., and 
Susan Liscombe, s. p., w. of John 
I^iscombe, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Alphage, Cant. JohnColbrand sen., 
and John Colbrand jun., gentlemen, 
bonds. June 4, 1639. 

Frier, Lancelot, of Eastchurch, Sheppy, 
yeom., widr., about 56, and Elizabeth 
Phillips, s. p., w., about 46, relict of 
Thomas Phillips, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Aug. 8, 1625. 

Frier, Valentine, of Buckland n. Dover, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Margaret 
Pilcher of Elham, v., about 26, 
whose father consents. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. Henry Pilcher of 
Harbledown, husb., and William 
Pilcher of Lyminge, husb., bonds. 
Feb. 21, 1660. 

Fryland. See Freeland. 

FrytJT, Richard, and Catherine Grime, 
both of Boughton Blean. At same. 
Feb. 6, 1623\ 

Fuckle, Henry, of Woodchurch, car- 
penter, widr., and Mary Preston, 
s. p., spr., about 25, d. of Daniel 
Preston, s. p., kerseymaker, who 



consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 

May 27, 1641. 
Fugar, Hugh, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., about 47, and 
Elizabeth Henman, s. p., w., about 
46, relict of Benjamin Henman, late 
s. p., dec. At same. Feb. 3, 1626. 
Fugar, Hugh, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., about 47, and 
Margeret Haseland of Headcorn, w., 
about 45, relict of John Haseland, 
late s. p., dec. At Headcorn. Nov. 
26, 1627. 
Fugar, Hugh, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., and Mercy 
Wing, s. p., w. of Thomas Wing, 
late of the city of London, dec. 
At Newington. June 1, 1629. 
Fugell (Fuggle), Richard, of Tenterden, 
yeom., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Kinge of Rolvenden, v., about 20, 
d. of Elizabeth Kinge, s. p., w., who 
consents. At Rolvenden. June 21, 
1038. 
Fulcombe, Sarles, of Buckland, n. 
Dover, butcher, ba., 20 and upwards, 
at his own govt., and Catherine 
Harrington, s. p., maiden, about 25, 
d. of Henry Harrington, late of Bur- 
marsh, dec. about 5 years since, and 
now at her own govt. At Buckland. 
Aug. 21, 1623. 
Fulcombe, Searles, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
butcher, ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Jones of S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant., maiden, about 19, 
d. of F^dward Jones, late of the city 
of London, g., dec, and of Martha 
Jones of the city of Cant., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Moyse of the same city, cordwainer. 
At S. M. Magd., Cant. March 27, 
1624. 
Fulkes (Fukes), Robert, of Sellinge, 
miller, ba., about 27, whose father 
consents, and Ann Maytam, s. p., w. 
of Joseph Maytam, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard 
Poole of Sellinge, and Abraham 
Chillcnden, s. p., yeomen, bonds. 
Nov. 26, 1635. 
Fukes, Robert, of Newington n. Hythe, 
miller, widr., and Sarah Pepper of 
Cheriton, v., about 40, whose parents 
are dead. At N. n. Hythe or Elham. 
William Welton of Cant., innholder, 
bonds. Jan. 23, 1660. 



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Fulkes, William, of Newington n. Sit- 
tingbournc, husb., ba., about 30, and 
Elizabeth Colnciy of Harty, v., about 
24, d. of Hugh Colnely of Handley 
in the county of Ches[ter, g., who 
consents]. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. 
Sept. 21, 1640. Note. The part in 
brackets has been crossed out. 

Fullagar, Christopher, of Headcorn, 
yeom., widr., about 42, and Anna 
Mercer of Lynton, maiden, about 
26, d. of James Mercer, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Samuel Mercer, s. p., brother of 
Anna. At Lynton. Nov. 29, 1620. 

Fullagar, alias Domine, Christopher, 
of Headcorn, yeom., widr., and 
Mary Payne of Frittenden, v., about 
30, d. of Peter Payne, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Frittenden or 
Headcorn. Dec. 6, 1631. 

Fu I lager, William, of Headcorn, butcher, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Knocke, s. p., v., about 20, 
whose mother, Sarah Knocke, alias 
Clegatt, wife of Thomas Clegatt, s. 
])., butcher, consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 17, 1635. 

Fuller, Abraham, of Shadoxhurst, yeom., 
widr., about 50, and Mary Hayes of 
Goudhurst, v., about 37. At Goud- 
hurst. Feb. 26, 1628. 

Fuller, John, of Deal, seaman, widr., and 
Sibyl Huggins, s. p., v., about 40, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Alph- 
age. Cant. Roger Gilbee of Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. Jan. 14, 1638. 

Fuller, John, of Sittingbourne, victualler, 
ba., about 30, and Dorothy Dallinge, 
s. p., w. of John Dallinge, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. liredman's. Cant. 
April 1, 1639. 

Fuller, John, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
carpenter, ba., about 25, and Alice 
Ousby of S. jMargaret's, Cant., v., 
about 1 9, d. of John Ousbe the elder, 
of Mersham, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by his son, John Owsbie the 
younger, of Smeeth, joiner. At 
Preston n. Faversham or Lenham. 
Bartholomew Johnson of Harble- 
down, yeom., bonds. Nov. 8, 1639. 

Fuller, Michael, of Tenterden, husb.,ba., 
30 and upwards, and Alice Vidgean, 
s. p., v., about 22, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. Richard 
Home of Warehorne, husb., bonds. 
May 23, 1643. 



Fuller, Robert, of Shadoxhurst, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Grace Dunke of 
Benenden, v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At Benenden. 
Samuel Sanderson of Shadoxhurst, 
husb., and John Brine of Cant., 
clothworkcr, bonds. Oct. 15, 1633. 

Fuller, Thomas, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 27, and Joan Collins, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Thomas 
Collins of Cant., who consents. At 
S. John's. April 2, 1634. 

Fuller, Thomas, and Catherine Thomas, 
of Whitstable. At same. Feb. 20, 
1636. 

Fuller, Thomas, of Boughton Monchel- 
sea, yeom., widr., and Joan Pum- 
mell, s. p., v., about 43, d. of [blank] 
Pummell, w., who consents. At 
Langlcy. July 25, 1638. 

Fuller, Thomas, of Westwell, linen 
weaver, ba., about 28, and Joan 
Greene of Hothfield, v., about 27, 
d. of John Greene, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by her 
brother, Stephen Green, s. p., miller. 
At Hothfield. Sept. 14, 1639. 

Fulnetby, Thomas, of Deal Castle, g., 
ba., about 40, and Mary Walker of 
Ramsgate, w., about 38, relict of 
William Walker, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Nicholas Atwade. Richard Luck 
of S. Peter's in Sandwich, g., bonds. 
Dec. 17, 1619. 

Furmer, John, the younger, of Sand- 
wich, linendraper, ba., about 22, 
whose father, John Furner, consents, 
and Jane Catlet, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of Mrs. Elizabeth Catlet, alias 
Wood, who also consents. At S. 
Mary's in Sandwich or Woodnes- 
borough. George Milles of Cant., 
Alderman, bonds. March 29, 1644. 

Furminger, James, of Bethersdcn, 
j'coni., widr., and Elizabeth Rasell 
of Throwley, spr., about 40. At 
Throwley or Badlesmere. John 
Rasell of Westwell, yeom., bonds. 
Oct. 8, 1642. 

Furminger, John, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Jane Bassett, s. p., maiden, about 25, 
d. of Edward Bassett, s. p., mariner, 
dec. about 12 years since. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Nov. 21, 1621. 

Furminger, John, of Heme, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth East- 
may, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 



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Christopher Eastmay, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Nov. 6, lfi45. 

Furminger, Thomas, of Bethersden, 
husb., ba., about 22, whose father, 
Stephen Furminger, consents, and 
Dorothy Hills, s. p., v., 25 and up- 
wards, d. of John Hills, s. p., car- 
penter, who also consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Edward Merser of 
Bethersden, " Otmelmaker," and 
John Merser of S. Mildred's, tailor, 
bonds. Feb. 14, 1641. 

Furnace, Guy, of Ivychurch, husb., 
widr., and Amy Perrefeild of New 
Romney, v., about 27, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Brigden of Wittersham, 
butcher, and Richard Lushenden of 
Brenzet, husb., bonds. Oct. 4, 1638. 

Furner, Abraham, of Paddlesworth, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Alice Bad- 
cocke, s. p., w. of William Badcocke, 
late s. p., tailor, dec. At .same. 
David Nairne, clerk, curate there, 
bonds. Jan. 20, 1634. 

Furner, Robert, of S. John's in Thanet, 
grosser, widr., anci Ann Elsetter, s. 
p., w. of Thomas Elsetter, late s. p., 
dec. At same. David Greeder, s. 
p., grosser, bonds. April 8, 1635. 

Furze, John, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Clarke, s. 
p., maiden, about 18, d. of Solomon 
Clarke of London, dec, her mother 
also dec, and she now abiding with 
Richard Doues(.^) of Dover, mariner, 
who consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Dec. 26, 1622. 

Fuson, John, " of the Town of Malin" 
[_? Town Mailing], barber, ba., about. 
27, and Susan Peene of I^eeds, 
maiden, about 19, d. of John Peene, 
s. p., fuller, who consents. At Leeds. 
May 13, 1620. 

Fusser, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
Alderman, widr., and Martha Farrar, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Farrar, late s. 
p., dec. At Thanington. Aug. 15, 
1633. 

Gadsby, Edward, of Halden, clothier, 
ba., about 26, and IMary Dj-er, w., 
about 30, relict of Thomas Dyer, 
late of Appledore, yeom., dec. At 
Halden. June 24, 1629. 

Gadesby, George, of Bethersden, 
clothier, ba., about 26, whose mother 
consents, and Martha Willard of 



Biddenden, v., about 27, d. of William 
Willard, s. p., who also consents. At 
Biddenden. Edward Gadesby of 
Smarden, and John Brine of Cant., 
clothiers, bonds. IMarch 9, 1636. 

Gaimes, See Gaines. 

Gaines, Thomas, [Gaimes in the margin] 
of Maidstone, cordwindcr, ba., about 
26, whose parents are dead, and Ann 
Boone, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. of 
William Boone, s. p., blacksmith, 
dec. about 17 years since, and now 
in the govt, of Elizabeth Oliver, 
a/ias Boone, her mother, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Robert Oliver, 
s. p., silkweaver. At same. Sept. 
25, 1620. 

Gale, James, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
cooper, widr., and Marj- Ha.selwood, 
s. p., v., about 36, whose parents are 
dead. At Norlhbourne. John Jen- 
kinson of H. Cross, and Robert 
Jenkinson of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., tailors, bonds. Nov. 27, 1641. 

Gale, Richard, of S. Paul's, Cant., tailor, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Colfin, s. p., 
w. of Richard Colfin, late s. p., dec. 
At Staplehurst, because divers of the 
kindred and friends of the said Mary 
dwellthcre. May28, 1631. ^'^^Gayle. 

Gallant, Robert, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
yeom., ba., about 22, whose mother, 
Elizabeth Gallant, w., consents, and 
Susan Doye, s. p., v., about 23, d. 
of Ann Doye, a/ias Cotte, of Dover, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
her husband, John Cott. At Sitting- 
bourne. Feb. 19, 1633. 

Gallegant, William, of Deal, seaman, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Alice Snoddall, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose parents are living beyond the 
seas. At Holy Cross, Cant. Alex- 
ander Dane of Deal, seaman, bonds. 
Sept. 14, 1642. 

Gal Her, Giles, of Staplehurst, and Mar- 
gery Biggs of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. At S. M. Bredman's. Dec. 
1, 1635. 

Gamlen, Walter, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 34, and Agnes 
Wilmott, s. p., spr., about 29, at her 
own govt. At same. John Canon, 
s. p., haberdasher, bonds. Jan. 16, 
1627. 

Gamon, Thomas, of Goodncstone n. 
Wingham, yeom., ba., about 25, and 
Margaret Sayer, s. p., v., about 24, d. 



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382 



of Michael Sayer of S. Margaret 
Atcliff, who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Osborne of G. n. Wing- 
ham, yeom. At S. George's, Cant. 
July 22, 1630. 

Gammon, William, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., widr., about 40, and Deborah 
Horton of Chartham, v., about 23, 
whose mother consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. Oct. 1, 1627. 

Gardner, George, of S. Radigund's n. 
Dover, yeom., ba., about 30, and Jane 
Franckling of Sebberteswold, maiden, 
about 39, whose parents are dead. 
AtS.M.Bredin's,Cant. Sept. 12,1625. 

Gardner, Humphrey, of Histon, co. 
Cambridge, Esquire, ba., about 28, 
and Helen Wyld, v., about 23, d. of 
the Lady Anne Wyld of the Lord 
Archbishop's Palace, Cant., who con- 
sents. At Ch. Ch., Cant. William 
Man of Cant., armiger, bonds, Jan. 
16, 1640. 

Gardner, John,of Sittingbourne, weaver, 
ba., 24, and Mary Carter, s. p., w. of 
William Carter, late s. p., dec. At 
"Miltonaforesaid." William Alvered, 
clerk, curate of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, bonds. Sept. 30, 1630. 

Gardner, John* of Eythorne, yeom., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Younge of 
Guston, v., about 20, d. of William 
Younge, s. p , yeom., who consents 
by a letter " shewed by his brother 
George Younge of Cant. .apothecary." 
At Guston. Thomas Jenken of 
Eythorne, yeom., bonds. Aug. 28, 
1635. 

Gardner, John, of Tenterden, husb., 
widr., and Susan Wilcocke, s. p., w. 
of [blank] Wilcock, dec. At same. 
Cornelius Haslock of Cant., tapster, 
bonds. Feb. 15, 1635. 

Gardner, John, of Faversham, cooper, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., ancl 
Ellen Backe, s. p., v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's in Sandwich. Richard Adkins 
of Sandwich, bonds. Sept. 23, 1641. 

Gardner, Michael, of Adisham, tailor, 
widr., about 56, and Margery Cooper 
of Stourmouth, w., about 60, relict 
of Thomas Cooper, s. p., labourer, 
dec. about two years since. At 
Stourmouth. Jan. 27, 1620. 

Gardner, Michael, of Adisham, tailor, 
widr., and Elizabeth Race of Stour- 



mouth, v., about 26, d. of one Race 
of Wye, husb., who consents. At 
Stourmouth. June 23, 1632. 

Gardner, Richard, of Wootton, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Ann Collard, s. p., v., about 21, d. 
of Solomon Collard, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. George Spaine of Cant., 
yeom., bonds. Jan. 4, 1633. 

Gardner, Richard, of Ash, husb., widr., 
and Alice Gardner, s. p., spr., about 
28, d. of Wilmen Gardner of Cant., 
w., who consents. At S. Paul's, 
Cant. Richard Cheaver of Cant., 
glover, bonds. March 11, 1634. 

Gardner, Richard, of S. John's in 
Thanet, ba., about 36, and Martha 
Grant, s. p., w. At same. Richard 
Micheler of Cant., joiner, bonds. 
Nov. 24, 1638. 

Gardner, Richard, of S. John's in 
Thanet, tailor, ba., about 38, and 
Frances Diggs, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Digges, late s. p., dec. At Chislet. 
Edward Barbet, clerk, vicar of 
Chislet, and Roger Petkin of S. 
John's in T., brewer, bonds. April 
17, 1641. 

Gardner, Robert, of Rainham, husb., 
widr., and Mary Hampton of Hartlip, 
w. of William Hampton, late s. p., 
dec. At Hartlip. Jan. 18, 1629. 

Gardner, Robert, of Lyminge, yeom., 
widr., and Martha Reyiioldes, s. p , 
w. of Henry Reynoldes, late of 
Elham, dec. At Lyminge. March 
21, 1636. 

Gardiner, Thomas, clerk, vicar of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich, widr., and Mary 
Hall of Sutton n. Dover, v., about 
33. At Monkton. March 5, 1634. 

Gardner, Thomas, of Newnham, car- 
penter, ba , about 25, whose father, 
Thomas Gardner, consents, and 
Jane Mead, s. p., w. of Edward 
Mead, late of Town Mailing, dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's Cant. Mark 
Trowtes and Mark Burden, of Faver- 
sham, seamen, bonds. May 3, 1643. 
^ee Garner. 

Garland, Edward. clerk,vicar, of Sitting- 
bourne, ba., about 26, and Martha 
Fo.xton of Mersham, v., about 20, 
d. of Francis Fo.xton, D. D., parson 
of Mersham, who consents. At 
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Garland, Edward, clerk, M.A., vicar of 
Sitting-bourne, and Grace Ellis of 
MaidsLone, v., about 21, d. of Mrs. 
Ellis, s. p., who consents. At Bred- 
gar. John Ridley, clerk, bonds. 
Oct. 2, 1628. 

Garlindge, John, of Newington n. 
Hythe, husb., ba., about 25, and 
Alice Cocke, s. p., w. of Richard 
Cocke, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 25, 1630. 

Garnam, William, of the city of West- 
minster, g., ba., about 24, and l\Iary 
Wyborne of Elmstone, v., about 23, 
d.'of Mr. Petley Wyborne, clerk, 
vicar there, who consents. At Elm- 
stone. Nov. 23, 1829. 

Garner, Thomas, of Smeeth, sawyer, 
ba., about 22, son of Roger Garner, 
who consents, and Ann Drapier, s. 
p., v., about 22, d. of Susan Drapier, 
who also consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. July 16, 1638. 5^^ Gardner. 

Garnet, William, of Bethersden, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Joan Arrowes of 
Pluckley, w. of Thomas Arrowes, 
late s. p., dec. At Pluckley. Aug. 
9, 1630. 

Garrett, Henry, of Sunderland in Dur- 
ham, mariner, ba., about 21, at his 
own govt., and Agnes Nicholls of 
Dover, v., about 24, d. of John 
Nicholls of Folkestone, mariner, 
who consents, " as John Nicholls, 
brother of the said [Agnes ?^, did 
by his oath affirm." At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant: April 6, 1624. 

Garret, James, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Pascall, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Ralph Pascall, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by his son, William 
Pascall, s. p., mariner. At S. Mary's 
in Dover. Sept. 30, 1629. 

Garret, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 28, and Ann 
Southee, s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Robert Southee, s. p., cordwainer, 
who consents. At same or at S. 
Martin's, Cant. Daniel Richardson 
of S. Andrew's, Cant., victualler, 
bonds. Oct. 28, 1641. 

Garrett, Nicholas, of Benenden, and 
Elizabeth Foorde, s. p., maiden. At 
same. Dec. 13, 1620. 

Garrett, Nicholas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
glazier, ba., about 26, and Mary 
Ingraham, s. p., maiden, about 36, 



at her own govt. At same. April 8, 
1624. 

Garrett, Nicholas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
glazier, widr., about 28, and Silves- 
ter Lad of Elham, maiden, about 20, 
d. of Thomas Lad, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Elham. May 3, 1626. 

Garrett, Thomas, of Sturry, g., ba., 
about 27, and Rebecca May of All 
Saints', Cant., w., about 40, relict of 
Richard May, late s. p., dec. At 
Sturry. Dec. 1, 1623. 

Garret, Thomas, of Dover, " vinctner," 
widr., and Grace Smith of Elham, 
v., about 25, d. of William Smith, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. Nov. 7, 1639. 

Garret, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, yeom., widr., and Ann Was- 
tall of S. Peter's in Thanet, vv. of 
Nicholas Wastall, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Robert Kitheridge 
of Cant., yeom., bonds. June 5, 
1645. 

Garrett, Valentine, of Wingham, cord- 
winder, ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Cooke, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of 
Thomas Cooke, s. p., dec. about 9 
years since, and now in the govt, of 
hermother, Alice Cooke, a/ias Bridge, 
who consents. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
Edward Bridge of Wingham, victu- 
aller, bonds. June 9, 1623. 

Garrett, William, of Egerton, husb., and 
Elizabeth Fowler of Bridge, v. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. April 3, 1619. 

Garratson (Garrietson), Jacob, of S. 
Mary's in Dover, merchant, ba., 
about 27, and Elizabeth W'attes of S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant., v., of the like 
age, whose parents are dead. At S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant. Edward Burt of 
Dover, butcher, bonds. March 29, 
1642. 

Garretson, Peter, of Dover, seafaring- 
man, widr., and Elizabeth Bowens 
of S. Mary's in Dover, v., about 41, 
d. of Catherine Johnson, s. p., w. 
At S. Mary's in D. John Waliope 
of Dover, sailmaker, bonds. July 
20, 1638. 

Garrison, Nicholas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, mariner, ba., about 24, and 
Elizabeth Newbanke, s. p., v., about 
22, d. of John Newbanke of Sunder- 
land CO. Durham, who consents. At 
S. Mary in D. Humphrey Mead of 
Dover, g., bonds. Oct. 26, 1640. 



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386 



Gaskine, William, and Hester Busse, of 
Goudhurst. At same. Dec. 6, 1625. 

Gason, Anthony, of Sandwich, g., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Parker, s. p., 
w., 28 and upwards, relict of Richard 
Parker, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. IMay 8, 1626. 

Gate, Edward, of Bilsington, yeom., 
widr., about 50, and Elizabeth Clay 
of RIcrsham, w., about 40. relict of 
Nicholas Clay, late of Patrixbourne, 
dec. about 9 years since. At Bilsing- 
ton. July 27, 1622. 

Gateman, Richard, of S. Michael's, 
Harbledown, husb., ba., about 30, 
and Mary Pett, s. p., v., about 23, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. William Everinden of 
Bekesbourne, yeom., bonds. Jan. 
28, 1642. 

Gates, Andrew, of Hernhill, carpenter, 
widr., about 38, and Susan Collier, 
s. p., maiden, about 19, d. of Henry 
Collier, of Greenwich, dec. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Robert Church- 
man of Hernhill, potmaker, bonds. 
Aug. 3, 1619. 

Gates, John, of Oare, yeom., ba., about 
25, whose father consents, and Fran- 
ces Binge of Selling, v., about 24, d. 
of Nicholas Binge, s. p., yeom., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Christopher Cosens of Cant., tailor. 
At Selling. Jan. 27, 1640. 

Gates, John, of Stalisfield, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Gorham of Dod- 
dington, v., about 24, d. of William 
Gorham of Slieldwich, husb., who 
makes this allegation. At Boughton 
Blean or Hernhill. Sept. 25, 1641. 

Gates, William, of Hothfield, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 32, and Bridget 
Godfry, s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of 
Francis Godfry, late s. p., yeom., 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Nov. 20, 
1623. 

Gatherich, George, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, husb., widr., and Mary 
Campton, s. p., v., about 27, whose 
mother consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. William Johnson of Preston 
n. Wingham, husb., bonds. March 
27, 1636. Sec Gotheridge. 

Gatliffe, Thomas, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, yeom., widr., about 35, and 
Dorothy Dandy of Newnham, mai- 
den, about 24, d. of Nicholas Dandy 



of Appledore, yeom., who consents. At 
Newnham. May 1, 1622. 

Gay, Edmund, of Bishopsbourne, g., ba., 
about 33, and Mary Chesson, s. p., 
spr., about 28, d. of Avery Chesson, 
late s. p., yeom., dec, and now at 
herowngovt. At same. Dec. 4, 1624. 

Gay, Edmund, of Hcrne, g., widr., and 
Dorothy Bing of Swaleclive [Swale- 
cliff], w., relict of Vincent Bing, late 
s. p., yeom., dec. At Swaleclive. 
Edmund Rowse of Swaleclive, g., 
bonds. Jan. 9, 1635. 

Gaye, Jeremy, of Heme, g., ba., 21 and 
upwards, whose father, Thomas Gay, 
s. p., g., consents, and Ann Ham- 
minge, s. p., v., about 18, d. of 
Richard Haminge, late of Preston n. 
Faversham, g., dec, " but at the 
govt, of John Fagg, Mayor of Rye" 
[in Sussex], who also consents, as is 
testified by John Fagg, senior, of 
Rye, g. At Heme. Dec 11, 1643. 

Gay I e, Simon, of Headcorn, kersey maker, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
LydiaKennett of Warehorne, maiden, 
about 30, d. of [blank] Kennett of 
Mershani, tailor, dec, and she now 
at her own disposing. At Warehorne. 
July 29. 1620. 

Gayfe, Sylvester, of East Langdon, tailor, 
ba., 21 and upwards, whose mother 
consents, and Margaret Osborne of 
Waldershare, v., about 30. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Mersh 
of the city of London, g., bonds. 
Aug. 26, 1636. Si-e Gale. 

Gayney, William, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, mariner, and Elizabeth 
Ferrier, s. p., w. At same. April 

21, 1619. 

Gayney, William, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, mariner, ba., about 26, 
and Sarah Redford, s. p., w., about 

22, relict of [blank] Redford, late s. 
p., dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
March 21, 1625. 

Gee, William, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., and Margery White, s. p., v. 
At same. July 19, 1625. 

Geeres, Edward, of Hawkhurst, g., ba., 
about 24, at his own govt., and Eliza- 
beth Symons of Cranbrook, maiden, 
about 25, d. of William Symons, late 
of Sturry, dec, also at her own govt. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. [He signed 
his name Edward Gyer.] Oct. 19, 
1620. 

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388 



Gefford, Robert, of Dover, maltster, ba., 
about 28, and Jane Moore, s. p., 
maiden, about 22, d. of Samuel 
Moore, s. p., who consents. At 
WestclifF. June 29, 1625. Str 
Gififord, Jefford. 

Gennings(Gyninges), Richard, of Faver- 
sham, g., widr., about 40, and Mary 
SmithweelsC, s. p., w., about 25, relict 
of Hugh Smithweeke, late of the 
city of London, dec. At Selling. 
[Allegation signed, Richard Jcn- 
yngcs.'] Sept. i?, 1619. 

Geninges, Richard, of Sittingbourne, 
ycom., ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Steed of Stock- 
bury, V,, about 23, whose mother 
consents, as is testified by a letter 
from Mr. Edward Garland, vicar of 
Sittingbourne. AtBapchild. Richard 
Juxon of Cant., g., bonds. March 
24, 1633. : 

Gennings, Richard, of Lydd, weaver, 
ba., about 22, whose father consents, 
and Catherine Robbins, s. p., w. of 
Robert Robins, late s. p., dec. AtS. 
Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Clarke of 
Lydd, husb., bonds. March 12, 1634. 

Gennings, Richard, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, shoemaker, ba., about 26, 
whose father consents, and Joan 
Allen, s. p., w. of Thomas Allen, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. William Akers of Milton, 
cordwainer, and Matthew Jennings 
of Sittingbourne, maltster, bonds. 
Oct. 2, 1635. 

Geninges, Thomas, of Woodchurch, 
husb., ba., about 45, and Elizabeth 
Baker, s. p., w. of Thomas Baker, 
late s. p., dec. At Hougham. Nov. 
26, 1632. 

Ginnings, Vincent, of Tenterden, brick- 
layer, ba., about 23, and RL'irgaret 
Austen, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. of 
Matthew Austen, s. p., tailor, dec. 
about 12 years since, and now at her 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 19, 1621. &<? Jennings. 

Genvye, Robert, of S. John's in Thanet, 
Notary Public, ba., 29, and Ann 
Furner, s. p., w. of Robert Furner, 
dec. At All Saints', Cant. Jacobus 
Genvey of Cant., yeom., bonds. 
March 24, 1635. 

Genvey, William, of Canterbury, em- 
broiderer, ba., about 22, son of 
James Genvey, s. p., yeom., who con- 



sents, and Elizabeth Groue of Hawk- 
hurst, v., about 21, d. of Charles 
Groue, s. p., who also consents, as 
is testified by Susan Osborne of Cant. 
At Saltwood. Thomas Kennett of 
Cant., turner, bonds. Feb. 12, 1638. 

George, Clement, of Elham, grosser, 
ba., about 24, with his father's con- 
sent, and Ann Clerke of Lyminge, v., 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Lambert 
George of Elham, grosser, bonds. 
Sept. 18, 1632. 

George, Henry, of S. James's in Dover, 
shipcarpenter, ba , about 26, and 
Tryphena Mounteeth of S. Mary's in 
Dover, w. of Robert Mounteeth, late 
s, p., dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
Wm. Eaton, linendraper, and Nicholas 
Eaton, mercator, both of Dover, 
bonds. Feb. 25, 1639. 

George, John, of Hackington, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Marrian Tate of 
S. Andrew's, Cant., w., about 35, 
relict of John Tate, late s. p , inn- 
holder, dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
William Meredith of the Precincts of 
Ch. Ch., Cant., g., bonds. May 18, 
1622. 

George, John, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., and Joan Rofe of Chislet. At 
Chislet. Dec. 31, 1637. 

George, Peter, of Wittersham, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Elizabeth Collier, 
s. p., w. of Robert Collier, late s. p., 
dec. At Ebony. Feb. 24, 1637. 

George, Richard, of Wittersham, yeom., 
widr., about 42, and Ann Hope of 
East Sutton, w., about 40, relict of 
Robert Hope, late s. p., dec. At 
East Sutton. Jan. 28, 1624. 

George, Richard, of Wittersham, yeom., 
ba., about 20, son of Richard George, 
s. p., yeom , who consents, and Eliz- 
abeth Reader of Ulcombe, v., about 
20, d. of William Reader, s. p., who 
also consents, as is testified by letter. 
At Ulcombe. Nov. 7, 1626. 

George, William, of Smarden, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Philip (j/f) Hopper, 
s. p., maiden, about 23, d. of John 
Hopper, s. p., carpenter, who con- 
sents, as is testified by William Evans, 
s. p., cordwinder. At Woodchurch. 
Nov. 1, 1620. 

German, Nathaniel, of Faversham, sailor, 
and Elizabeth Ruttell, s. p., v. At 
same. Jan. 26, 1623. 



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390 



German, Robert, of Wye, blacksmith, 
ba., about 25, and Ellen Minter of 
L3minge, maiden, about 2'2, who her 
father being dead, is now in the govt, 
of Mary Eeech, s. p., w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Nicholas Ger- 
man of Wye, husb. At Lyminge. 
Henry Sparrow of Wye, husb., bonds. 
May, 13," 1628. 

Gervase, George, of Frinstead, husb., 
widr., and Catherine Hodge of Len- 
hani, w. of Arthur Hodge, late of 
Charing, dec. At Lcnham. William 
Hunt of Lenham, husb., bonds. 
Feb. 7, 1634. 

Gibbon, Abraham, of Eastry, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Mildred Cheeseman, 
s. p., maiden, 30, whose father, John 
Cheesman, died at Newington about 
24 years since. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Nov. 9, 1620. 

Gibbon, Anthony, of Kemsing, clerk, 
and parson there, ba., about 34, and 
Judith Tayler of Ripple, w. of Jonas 
Tayler, late of Lyminge, clerk, dec. 
" In the parish church of Lyminge, 
or one of the chapels thereunto an- 
nexed." William Newman of Cant., 
clerk, bonds. March 19, 1633. 

Gibbon, John, of Benenden, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Munne, s. p., v., 
about 30, d. of Sarah Munne, s. p., 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
her son, George Munne, s.p., butcher. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 23, 1639. 

Gibbon, Richard, of Acrise, g., widr., 
about 31, and Ann Wright of Elham, 
w., about 35, relict of Philip Wright, 
late s. p., dec. At Acrise. Dec. 2, 
1624. 

Gibbon, Thomas, of Westcliff, g., widr., 
and Alice Tayler of Tenterdcn, v., 
about 30, d. of Mrs. Tayler, alias 
Selherst, wife of Shemaiah Selherst, 
s. p., g., who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Birkhened of Cant., g. 
At New Romney, Brenzet or S.Mary's 
in the Marsh. Oct. 3, 1635. 

Gibbon, Thomas, of Gray's Inn, London, 
g., ba., about 21, whose father, 
'J'homas Gibbon of Westcliff, g., 
consents, and Mary Rooke of Monks 
Horton, v., about 17, d. of George 
Rooke, s. p.. Esquire, who also con- 
sents. At Stowting or in the chapel 
of Scott's Hall in the parish of 
Smeeth. June 4, 1642. 



Gibbon (Gibbons), William, of Hawk- 
hurst, clothier, ba., 24 and upwards, 
whose father consents, and Agnes 
Sharpy of Benenden, v., about 22, 
d. of Lawrence Sharpy, s. p., who 
also consents. At Sandhurst. March 
18, 1635. 

Gibbon, William, g., widr., and Ann 
Prowd, v., of St. Paul's, Cant., about 
23. At .same. Robert Linch of 
Cant., g, bonds. Dec. 13, 1641. 

Gibbons (Gibbens), Freeguift, of Rol- 
venden, clothier, widr., and Marv 
Fall of Halden, w. of William Fall, 
late dec. At Halden. Allegation 
made by Richard Birkhened, Notary 
Public, and Thomas Clegget of 
Smarden, husb. Jan. 25, 1640. 

Gibbons, Henry, of Guston, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Boykin, s. p., 
w. of Nicholas Boykin, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Christopher Sutton 
of Bishopsbourne, husb., bonds. 
Jan. 22, 1639. 

Gibbons, Richard, of Cant., g., ba., 30 
and upwards, and Margaret Browne, 
s. p., v., 22 and upwards, d. of Joan 
Browne, s. p., w., who consents. At 
the Cathedral, Cant. John Browne 
of Cant., barber, and Leonard 
Browne, s. v., Notarv Public, bonds. 
Jan. 31, 1634. 

Gibbs, Edward, of Elmstone, g., ba., 
about 30, and Martha ftlartin, s. p., 
v., about the like age, d. of Rachel 
Martin of S. Martin's, Cant., w., 
who consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. William Martin of Preston, 
hempdresser, bonds. Nov. 20, 1633. 

Gibbs, John, of Worth, 3'eom., ba., about 
21, and Ann Marsh of Denton, v., 
about 20, d. of Thomas Marsh, s. p., 
g., who consents, as also does 
Richard Gibbs of Worth, yeom. At 
Denton or Swingfield. Sept. 6, 1637. 

Gibbs, John, of Maidstone, maltster, ba., 
about 27, whose father, Samuel 
Gibbs, consents, and Ann Simons, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of William 
Simons, who also consents. At same. 
July 25, 1638. 

Gibbs, Jonas, of Brookland, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Elizabeth Berry, s. p., 
w., about 37, relict of John Berry, 
late dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
John Gibbs of Ivychurch, yeom., 
bonds. July 22, 1628. 



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392 



Gibbs, Robert, of Barham, g., ba., about 
40, and Mary Cuntr}- of Ash, v., about 
21, d. of Thomas Countr}^ s. p., g., 
who consents. At All Saint's, Cant. 
Feb. 18, 1639. 

Gibbs, Samuel, of Hothfield, 3-eom., 
widr., and Mary Hills, s. p., v., about 
37. At Kingsnorth. April 12, 1631. 

Gibbs, Thomas, of Staple, g., widr., 
about 59, and Mercy Hobeck, s., p., 
v., about 30, whose parents are dead. 
AtElmstead, "because Mr. Wyborne, 
minister there, is of his inward ac- 
quaintance, and doth intend to 
because {sic) a drinckinge vpon them ." 
Oct. 24, 1625. 

Gibbs, William, of Elmstone, g., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Ann 
Thomas, of Scllinge, maiden, about 
17, d. of William Thomas, s. p., g., 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
April 25, 1623. 

Gibbs, William, of Staple, yeom., ba., 
about 37, and Martha Musred of S. 
John's in Thanet, w. of John Musred, 
dec. At S. John's in T. Richard 
Austen of Adisham, yeom., bonds. 
May 31, 1645. 

Gibson, Edward, of Biddenden, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 35, and Truely 
Jones of Headcorn, w., about 55, 
relict of John Jones, s. p., husb., 
dec. about 8 years since. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Aug. 18, 1621. 

Gipson, James, of Biisington, carpenter, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Selland 
of Fairfield, maiden, about 18, d. of 
Peter Selland, late s. p., yeom., dec, 
and now under the govt, of William 
Bur, s. p., yeom., her father-in-law 
by intermarriage of her mother, 
Elizabeth Selland, alias Bur, late 
dec, which Wm. Bur is acquainted 
with their coming for a licence at 
this present, and is consenting here- 
unto. At Biisington. Nov. 12, 1623. 
No/e. Allegation entered between 
Sept. 25 and Sept. 29, 1623. 

Gibson, James, of Elmstead, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Johnson of 
Hythe, w. At Little Hardres. July 
21, 1638. 

Gibson, Moses, of Heme, carpenter, 
widr., and Susan Mathewes, s. p., w. 
of James Mathewes, late s. p., dec. 
At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. Sep. 
26, 1632. 



Gibson, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 24, and Mathew 
Younger, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of Henry Younger, s. p., sailor, dec. 
about 4 years since, nowabiding with 
her mother, Mathew Younger, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by Henry 
Younger, s. p., sailor, son of the dec. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Richard 
Wood of Cant., distiller, bonds. 
Jan. 14, 1621. 

Gibson, Thomas, of Westbere, brick- 
layer, widr., and Thomasine Shrub- 
sole, s. p., w. of Robert Shrubsole, 
late of Boughton Blean, dec. At 
Molash. Nov. 12, 1631. 

Gibson, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 27, and Mary 
Admans, s. p., v., about 21 or 22, d. 
of Mary Admans, alias Flisher, wife 
of John Flisher, who consents, as 
is testified by John Goldridge of 
Cant., blacksmith. At. S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Brine of Cant., sherman, 
bonds. Oct. 3, 1638. 

Gibson, Thomas, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., innholder, widr., and Alice 
Cooke of S. Dunstan's, w. At S. 
Michael's, Harbledown. Robert 
Bridges of Cant., innholder, bonds. 
March 26, 1639. 

Gibson, Thomas, of the Precincts of the 
Abp's Palace, Cant., yeom., widr., 
and Catherine Short of the Hospital 
of S. Nicholas, Harbledown, w. of 
George Short, late s. p., dec At S. 
Nicholas, Harbledown. Peter Pyard 
of Cant., g., bonds. March 19, 1641. 

Giddings, Humphry, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, chirurgeon, ba., about 24, 
and Elizabeth Jacob, s. p., v., about 
22, d. of John Jacob, dec, and of 
Joan his widow, who consents. At 
Barham, because her mother and 
other friends are now there expecting 
the said Humphry his return thither 
to-morrow, and so to be married 
there. Oct. 1, 1628. 

Gifford, Richard, of Brabourne, tailor, 
ba., about 30, and ]Mary Jenkin of 
S. M. Northgate, Cant., v., about 17, 
d. of Richard Jenken, dec, and now 
under the govt, of John Knight of 
Hythe, g., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Henry Jenken of Monks 
Horton, uncle to the maiden. At S. 
M. Northgate. Sept. 9, 1630. AWe. 
Giiford et Knight in the margin and 
in the Index to Vol. K. 



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Gifford, Richard, of Braboiirne, tailor, 
widr., and Catherine Best of Barham, 
v., about 30, d. of Susan Best, s. p., 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Robert Southouse, s. p., maltster. 
At S. Alphage, Cant. July 26, 1641. 
See Geft'ord, Jeflbrd. 

Giggens, John, of Goodnestone n. 
Faversham, husb., ba., about 25, and 
Alice Tanner of Ch. Ch., Cant., v., 
about 25, d. of Thomas Tanner of 
Heme, who consents. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Nov. 17, 1634. 

Giggens, Walter, of Sturry, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Agnes 
Diamond of Egerton, v., about 20, d. 
of Dorothy Fenner, a/ias Diamond, 
of Ruckinge, w., who consents, as is 
testified by John Diamond, s. p., 
brickmaker. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Sept. 25, 1637. 

Gilbert, Henry, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., yeom., ba., about 29, and 
Mary Farbrase of Challock, v., about 
24, d. of Sampson Farbrase, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At Challock. 
John Gilbert of the Precincts afore- 
said, g., bonds. Oct. 3, 1625. 

Gilbert, John, of Birchington, brick- 
layer, ba., about 25, son of Richard 
Gilbert, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by Thomas Kerey, s. p., 
husb., and Ann West, s. p., v., 18 
and upwards, whose parents are dead, 
and she now under the govt, of 
Samuel Appleton, s. p., yeom., who 
consents by letter. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Tho. Carey of Birchington, 
husb., bonds. July 19, 1638. 

Gilbert, Lawrence, of Dover, seaman, 
ba., about 23, whose father, Richard 
Gilbert, consents, and Elizabeth 
Stephens, s. p., v., 21 and upwards, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Mary's in D. Thomas Beauer of 
Dover, seaman, bonds. Feb. 4, 1638. 

Gilbert, Simon, of Elham, tanner, ba., 
about 25, whose father, William 
Gilbert, consents, and Jane Chitten- 
den of Kingstone, v., about 19, d. 
of Abraham Chittenden of Monks 
Horton, yeom., who also consents. 
At Patrixbourne, Bishopsbourne or 
Kingstone. Jan. 13, 1644. 

Gilbert, Thomas, of S. Martin's, Cant., 
g., ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Ann Allen, s. p., maiden, about 
16, d. of Thomas Allen, late of 



Minster in Sheppy, g., dec, and now 
in the govt, of her mother, Sibyl 
Allen, a/ias Gilbert, who consents, 
as is testified by her husband, John 
Gilbert of S. Martin's aforesaid, g. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. Nov. 5, 1621. 

Gilbert, Thomas, of Smeeth, whitcbaker, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Wills 
of Sellinge, w., about 21, relict of 
Stephen Wills, late s. p., yeom., dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Dec. 6, 
1623. 

Gilbert, William, of Fairfield, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Nicholls of Lydd, 
w. of Richard Nicholls, late dec. 
At Fairfield. July 21, 1634. 

Gilbert, William, of Fairfield, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Agnes Lull of Lydd, 
v., about 18, who, her parents being 
dead, is now in the govt, of Thomas 
Higgenson of Lydd, her kinsman, 
who consents, as is testified by 
William Gilbert of Fairfield, yeom. 
At Lydd. Sept. 12, 1636. 

Gilbert, William, the elder, of Fairfield, 
yeom., widr., and Ann Jenkin of 
Bethersden, w. of William Jenken, 
late of Newchurch, dec. At Fair- 
field. July 11, 1639. 

Gilbert, William, of Brookland, husb., 
widr., and Alice Ely of Old Romne}', 
v., about 20, d. of Alice Ely, a/ias 
Grover (sic), wife of William Glover, 
s. p., which said Alice Ely, alias 
Glover, consents, as is testified by 
William Gilbert of Fairfield, yeom., 
father of the aforesaid William. 
At St. IMargaret's, Cant. Ma.y 19, 
1640. 

Gilbert, William, of Fairfield, yeom., 
widr., and Dennis Hudson of Ware- 
horne, w. of Stephen Hudson, late 
s. p., dec. At Warehorne. April 
30, 1642. 

Gilbert, William, of Faversham, mercer, 
ba., about 30, son of Thomas Gilbert 
of S. M. Northgate, Cant., tanner, 
and Eleanor Downe of Faversham, 
v., about 18 or 19, whose parents are 
dead, and she now at the govt, of her 
aunt, widow Downe, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Thomas 
Streeter, s. p., tailor. At Faversham 
or Pre.ston n. Faversham. Isaac 
Bond, sen., of Cant., cordwainer, 
and Isaac Bond, jun., s. p., barber, 
bonds. Jan. 19, 1642, 



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CANTERBURY 



396 



Giles, Andrew, of Lympne, husb., widr., 
about 40, and Margaret Wilson of 
Postling, maiden, about 36, at lier 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
July 29, 1626. 

Giles, Alvery, of Boughton Aluph, g., 
widr., and Sarah Barrow, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Thomas Barrow, who 
consents. At same. Aug. 6, 1638. 

Giles, Avery, of Challock, yeom., ba., 
about 26, with his father's consent, 
and Richardine Freind of North- 
bourne, v., about 23, d. of Ann 
Freind, s. p., w., who also consents. 
At Waldershare. John Merriam of 
Cant., mercer, bonds. Oct. 20, 1642. 

Giles, Daniel, of All Saints', Cant., cord- 
wainer, ba., about 22, whose parents 
are dead, and IMartha Sheppard of 
Chilham, v., 22, d. of John Sheppard 
of Cant., who consents. At Chil- 
ham. Aug. 25, 1638. 

Giles, Daniel, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
grosser, widr., and Mary Fowle of 
of S. M. Brcdman's, Cant., v., about 
23, d. of John Fowle, s. p., baker, 
who consents. At S. George's, Cant., 
or Thanington. Dec. 24, 1641. 

Gyles, Edward, of Cranbrook, tailor, ba., 
about 26, and Eleanor Burcum, s. 
p., w., about 42, relict of Matthew 
Burcum, late s. p., butcher, dec. At 
S. M. Brcdman's, Cant. Sept. 18, 
1621. 

Giles, Edward, of S. Bartholomew's 
Hospital n. Sandwich, husb., ba., 
about 22 or 23, whose father, Thomas 
Giles, consents, and Elizabeth 
Meddin of Eythorne, v., about 22 or 
23, d. of Thomas Meddin of Shep- 
herdswell, who also consents, as is 
testified by his son, Henry Meddin. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. George 
Mount of Shepherdswell, yeom., 
bonds. June 15, 1646. 

Giles, Gabriel, of Sheldwich, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Jane Harris, s. p., 
maiden, about 26, d. of Richard 
Harris, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Feb. 21, 1625. 

Giles, George, of Faversham, maltster, 
ba., about 26, and Catherine Terry, 
s. p., v., about 25, who, her parents 
being dead, is now in the service of 
Mr. Hales, Mayor of Faversham, 
who consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. Oct. 19, 1630. 



Giles, Henry, and Agnes Haynes, of S. 
John's in Thanet. At same. Dec. 
1, 1641. 

Gyles, John, of Westwell, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Packer, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, whose mother, 
Catherine Packer, alias Baldock, w., 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
June 24, 1626. 

Gyles, John, of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
tailor, ba., 23 and upwards, at his 
own govt., and Hanna Pickes, s. p., 
v., about 28, d. of Josias Pickes, s. p., 
who consents. At Deptling. Feb. 
14, 1628. 

Giles, John, of Challock, yeom., ba., 
about 20, with the consent of widow 
Giles his tutrix, and Ann Ginder of 
Elham, v., about 24 or 25, whose 
parents are dead. At Crundale or 
Hastingleigh. Thomas Tresser of 
Cant., woollendraper, bonds. Dec. 
4, 1643. 

Gyles, Michael, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
haberdasher, ba., about 23, at her 
{sic) own govt., and Elizabeth Lock- 
ley, s. p., maiden, about 21, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under 
the tuition and govt., of Richard 
Lockley of Cant., Alderman, who 
consents. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Nov. 18, 1626. 

Giles, Richard, of Swingfield, yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Mary Hawker of 
Challock, maiden, about 24, d. of 
Sarles Hawker, late s. p., g., dec, and 
now abiding with Henry Hawker, s. 
p., g., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Nov. 28, 1622. 

Giles, Richard, of Selling, yeom., ba., 
alDOut 60, and Magdalen Lees of 
Throwley, maiden, about 30. At 
Selling. INLarch 30, 1627. 

Giles, Richard, of Challock, yeom., 
widr., and Frances Maddo.K of S. 
Alphage, Cant., w. of Hugh Maddox, 
late of Cant., baker, dec. At Than- 
ington. Nov. 10, 1636. 

Giles, Robert, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., chapman, widr., about 40, and 
Jane Godfrey, s. p., w., about 25, 
relict of Richard Godfrey, late s. p., 
dec. At same. June 5, 1626. 

Gyles, Robert, of Throwley, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Thomasine Worceter 
of Faversham, maiden, about 26, d. 
of one Worceter, s. p., w., who is 
living, and consents. At Faversham. 
Oct. 20, 1626. 



397 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



398 



Giles, Robert, of Nonington, cordwain- 
er, ba., about 25, and Aphra Creake, 
s. p., w. of Stephen Creake, late 
dec. At Bekesbourne. Nov. 28, 
16;51. 

Giles, Robert, of S. Paul's, Cant.,husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Jones of S. 
Martin's, Cant., w. of David Jones, 
late s. p., dec. At Folkestone. 
Samuel Parker of S. IM. Northgate, 
Cant., yeom., bonds. Oct. 9, 1640. 

Giles, Roger, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, widr., and Sarah Clark- 
son of S. George's, Cant., w. of 
William Clarkson, late dec. At 
Thanington. John Shephard of 
Cant., foot-post, bonds. May 13, 
1637. 

Giles, Stephen, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, widr., about 46, and Ann 
Mayney of S. George's, Cant., w., 
about 48, relict of Clement Mayney, 
late s. p., grocer, dec. At S. 
George's. Aug. 12, 1626. 

Giles, Thomas, of Ashford, tanner, widr., 
and Catherine Fisher of Kingsnorth, 
v., about 22, d. of John Fisher of 
Boughton Malherbe, tanner, who 
consents. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. John Garret of Cant., cord- 
wainer, bonds. Feb. 15, 1660. 

Giles, William, and Mary Baxter, of 
Eastry. At same. Nov. 26, 1631. 

Giles, William, of Westbere, husb., ba., 
about 38, and Jane Sayer of S. 
Gregory's n. Cant., v., about 23, d. 
of John Sayer, s. p., gardener, who 
consents. AtFordwich. Valentine 
Sayer of S. Gregory's n. Cant., 
mason, bonds. Feb. 23, 1640. Sfc 
Gilles. 

Gilfin (Gilphin), Robert, of Dymchurch, 
husb., widr., about 40, and Ann 
Vale, s. p., v., about 30. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 15, 1631. 

Gilfin, Robert, of Dymchurch, husb., 
widr., and Susan JuU of Denton, v., 
about 38, d. of John Jull, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At Denton. Oct. 
5, 1633. 

Giifen, Thomas, of Snargate, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Richardine Day of 
Brookland, w. At S. George's, Cant. 
Edward Tayler of Adisham, yeom., 
bonds. Feb. 20, 1638. 

Gi Ifi n,Thomas, of Pluckley, broad weaver, 
ba., about 25, whose parents arc 
dead, and Elizabeth Wells of West- 



well, v., about 27, whose parents are 
also dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Feb. 5, 1639. 

Gil ham (Gillam), George, of Lydd, 
blacksmith, ba., about 29, and Phoebe 
Gawdey, about 26, relict of Robert 
Gawdey, late s. p., dec. At S. Alph- 
age. Cant. May 17, 1627, 

Gillam, John, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
widr., about 40, and Martha Hopper, 
s. p., maiden, about 18, d. of William 
Hopper, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents. At S. Alphage. Cant. April 
15, 1623. 

Gilham, John, junior, of Wingham, 
miller, ba., about 27, whose father, 
John Gilham, consents, and Alice 
Church, s. p., v., about 23, d. of Alice 
Church, alias Carter, s. p., who also 
consents, as is testified by William 
Gilham of Cant., miller. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Thomas Hawkes 
of Cant., saddler, bonds. Jan. 12 
1640. 

Gilham, Tobias, of Boughton Blean, 
husb., widr., and Thomasinc Fagge, 
s. p., w. of John Fagge, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 
24, 1629. 

Gilham, William, of Kennington, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Griffin of 
Boughton Aluph, v., about 40. At 
Kennington. John Capet of Cant., 
clothworker, bonds. May 4, 1633. 

Gill, Aaron, of Dover, joiner, widr., and 
Elizabeth Butler, s. p., w. of Samuel 
Butler, late s. p., dec. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Thomas Hogben of 
Cant., yeom., bonds. Dec. 28, 1638. 

Gill, Henry, of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
maltster, ba., about 28, and Joan 
Young, s. p., v.. about the like age. 
At S. Martin's, Cant. Tune 20, 
1637. 

Gill, Flenry, of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
maltster, widr., and Joan Belton of 
Ickham, v., about 33, d. of Christo- 
pher Belton of Dover, chirurgeon, 
who consents. At Hackington. Tan. 
5, 1637. 

Gill, Henry, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
mariner, ba., about 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Hurlestone, s. 
p., v., about 28, whose parents also 
are dead. At .same. Jacobus Fos- 
ter of Cant., g., and John Jarman of 
Holy Cross, Cant., tanner, bonds. 
Feb. 16, 1638. 



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CANTERBURY 



400 



Gill, Matthew, of S. James's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 24, and Elizabeth 
Bing of CharUon n. Dover, maiden, 
about 27, d. of Thomas Bing, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. RI. 
Brcdman's, Cant. July 26, 1624. 

Gill, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
bricklayer, widr., and Jane Adie, s. 
p., w. of Anthony Ady, late s. p., 
dec. At same. Feb. 13, 1632. 

Gill, Thomas, of Kennardington, husb., 
widr., and Mary Dunkin of Kenning- 
ton, v., about 30, at her own govt. 
At Kennington. Edward Hawker 
of Kennington, g., bonds. May 30, 
1638. 

Gill, Thomas, of Wye, and Ann Franck 
of Boughton Aluph. At B. Aluph. 
Jan. 4, 1639. 

Gill, Thomas, of Kennardington. husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Robus, s. p., w. 
of Reginald Robus, late s. p., dec. 
At same. April 15, 1642. 

Gill, William, of Chartham, husb.. widr., 
and Margaret Huggins of Waltham, 
v., about 50. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Henry Maxted of Chartham, yeom., 
and Walter Cloke of Thanington, 
grocer, bonds. Feb. 5, 1638. 

Gill, William, of Dover, carpenter, ba., 
about 23, whose father, Thomas Gill 
of Wye, consents, and Catherine 
Walker of Dover, v., about 21, whose 
parents are dead. At Buckland. 
April 11, 1640. 

Gill, William, of Sandwich, mariner, ba., 
about 25, and Mary Jacob of S. 
Clement's in Sandwich, v., of the 
like age, d. of John Jacob, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Sarah 
Claddie, wife of Robert Claddie of 
Sandwich, maltster. At S. ]\Iartin's, 
Cant. Dec. 15, 1640. 

Gilles, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
yeom., ba., about 32, and Susan 
Waters, s. p., w., about 34, relict of 
William Waters, late of London, dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Atkins 
the elder, schoolmaster, and John 
Atkins the younger, mariner, both of 
Dover, bonds. Dec. 9, 1619. See 
Giles. 

Gil left, Edmund, of Leeds, husb., ba., 
about 21, whose parents are dead, 
and Elizabeth Cockes, s. p., w. of 
Robert Cockes, late s. p., dec. At 
Sutton Valence or I.angley. Alex- 
ander Wattell of Sutton V., yeom., 
bonds. April 12, 1643. 



Gi I lett, Jeremy, of Lyminge, husb., widr., 
and Margery Mersh, s. p., v., about 
22, whose mother consents, as is 
testified by Richard Jenken, s. p., 
husb. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Coote of Cant., innholder, bonds. 
Oct. 3, 1635. 

Gil low, John, of Nonington, tailor, ba., 
about 35, and Rose Ladd, s. p., v., 
about 27, whose mother. Rose Ladd, 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Feb. 28, 1633. 

Gil low, John, of Walmer, yeom., ba., 
about 29, whose mother, RoseGillow, 
consents, and Thomasine Sladdcn, 
s. p., v., about 17, d. of Richard 
Sladden, s. p., yeom., who also con- 
sents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 
15, 1638. 

Gil low, Robert, of S. James's in Dover, 
yeom., ba., 50 and upwards, and 
Elizabeth Williams, s. p., w. of 
Thomas Williams, late of S. Mary's 
in Dover, dec. At S. James's or S. 
RLary's in Dover. Jan. 19, 1642. 

Gillowe, Thomas, of Walmer, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Margaret Jenkine of Eythorne, v., 
about 18, d. of Thomas Jenkine, s. 
p., yeom., who consents, as is testi- 
fied by the oath of Edmond Cobb of 
Cant., mercer. At Eythorne. March 
24, 1623. 

Gil low, Thomas, of Walmer, yeom., ba., 
21 and upwards, son of Thomas 
Gillow, late s. p., dec, and Mary 
Croftes of S. Peter's in Thanet, v., 
about 22, d. of Elizabeth Croftes, s. 
p., w., who consents, as is testified 
by her son, Robert Croftes, g. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. May 22, 1646. 

Gillow, Winter, of Walmer, yeom., ba., 
about 33, and " Decmos " Colder of 
Eastry, v., about 22, d. of Bartholo- 
mew Colder, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Henry 
Whitfield of Cant., g. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. William Gillow 
of Walmer, yeom., bonds. Oct. 16, 
1634. 

Gil man, George, of S. Dunstan's in the 
East, London, Merchant Taylor, ba., 
about 28, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Paramore of Eastry, v., 
about 18, d. of Josua Paramore, 
s. p., g., who consents by letter. 
At Eastry or Ham. Thomas Richard- 
son of Cant., g., bonds. June 26, 
1646. 



401 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



402 



Gil I man, Hugh, of Borden, husb., widr., 
and Jane Bullocke, s. p., v., about 
22, whose parents are dead. At 
same. July 19, 1636. 

Gil I man, Richard, of Eastling, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Eleanor Bull, s. 
p., maiden, about 24, d. of Richard 
Bull, late of Westwell, dec, and of 
Elizabeth Bull, alias Batty, the now 
wife of Edward Batty of Appledore, 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Jan. 27, 1619. 

Gillman, Richard, of Eastry, thatcher, 
widr., and Paulina Owens of Selling, 
v., 35, at her own govt. At Selling. 
Thomas Gilman of Chartham, husb., 
bonds. July 14, 1637. 

Gilman, William, of Charing, husb., 
ba., about 28, whose father, Hugh 
Gilman, consents, and Margaret 
Moore, s. p., w. At Preston n. 
Faversham. Thomas Rawley of 
Faversham, miller, and William Hills 
of Ulcombe, husb., bonds. Dec. 
19, 1638. 

Gilmor, Paul, of S. Paul's, Cant., grocer, 
ba., about 27, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Gosbie, s. p., v., 
about 17, d. of Ann Gosbie, alias 
Aldridge, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by her husband, Thomas 
Aldridge. At Preston n. Faversham. 
Aug. l', 1638. 

Gil I more, William, of Whitstable, g., 
ba., about 24, at his own govt., and 
Lucy Gates of Hoo in Sussex, 
maiden, about 18, d. of Thomas 
Gates of Whitstable, yeom., dec. 
about 15 years since. John Cocke 
of Swalecliffe, g., uncle of said Lucy, 
testifies that her mother, Martha 
Gates, consents. At New Romney. 
Aug. 26, 1620. 

Gilnett, Bartholomew, of I wade, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Peirsall of Up- 
church, v., about 24, d. of John 
Peirsall, s. p., sailor, who consents. 
At Upchurch. Dec. 11, 1644. 

Ginder, Richard, of Elham, yeom., a 
widowe, about 40, and Amy Ladd, 
s. p., maiden, about 34, relict of 
Thomas Ladd, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. {sic) At Elham. Dec. 1, 1623. 

Gender, Thomas, of Elham, g., ba., 
about 21, and under the govt, of 
Alice Gender, s. p., w., and of his 
grandfather, John Gender, s. p., g., 
who consents, and Sarah Ladd, s. p., 



maiden, about 21, d. of John Ladd, 
s. p., dec, and now in the govt, of 
her mother, [blank] Ladd, s. p., who 
also consents. At Elham. Sept. 21, 
1622. 

Gipson. See Gibson. 

Girdler (Gyrdler), Henry, of Tenterden, 
yeom., widr., about 25, and Eleanor 
Lien of Benenden, w., about 26, 
relict of Thomas Iden, late s. p., dec. 
At. S. Margaret's, Cant. Thomas 
Nower of Benenden, and Stephen 
Gyrdler of Rolvenden, yeomen, 
bonds. May 27, 1629. 

Girdler, John, of Staplehurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 29, and Margaret 
Foord of Goudhurst, w. of Jonas 
Foord, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Jacobus Dedman, of 
Staplehurst, broadweaver, bonds. 
Aug. 25, 1640. 

Girdler, Stephen, of Benenden, yeom.. 
widr., and Ellen Turner [Reynoldes 
first written while Wreight remains 
in the margin : Turner in S. George's 
Reg.] of Tenterden, w. of Peter 
Turner, late dec. At S. George's, 
Cant. John Wreight of Ashford, 
tailor, bonds. Oct. 17, 1633. 

Girdler, Stephen, of Rolvenden, yeom.. 
widr., and Ann Kenshaw of Tenter- 
den, w. of William Kenshaw, late s. 
p., dec. At Rolvenden or Tenter- 
den. Allegation made by Thomas 
Richardson of Cant., Notary Public. 
John Bull, ofBethersden, chirurgeon, 
bonds. Jan. 17, 1639. 

Gisiingham, Thomas, of Faversham, 
butcher, ba., about 26, and Ann 
Gosse, s. p., maiden, about 30. At 
same. Oct. 2, 1626. 

Gittens, Thomas, of Folkestone, fisher- 
man, ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Joan Harvey, s. p., v., about 30. 
At Hawkinge. Nicholas Mould of 
Folkestone, mariner, and Henry 
Wraight of Cant., rippier, bonds. 
March 28, 1643. 

Gladda, Robert, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, maltster, ba., about 30, 
and Sarah Knott, s. p., w. of Morgan 
Knott, late dec. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
Robert Manley of S Martin's, victu- 
aller, bonds. April, 7, 1634. 

Gladish, Robert, and Elizabeth Styles, of 
Boughton Malherbe. At same. Feb. 
18, 1625. 



403 



CANTERBURY 



•404 



Gladwish, Ralph, of Ivychurch, miller, 
ba., about 24, and Joan Stevenson, 
s. p., w. of George Stevenson, late 
s. p., dec. At same. William Sergen 
of Lydd, blacksmith, bonds. March 
19, 1G80. 

Glasier, Robert, of Hawkhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 24, and Luce Spicer, late 
of Brenchley, but now of Hawkhurst, 
v., about 22, whose mother, Jane 
Spicer, consents. At S. M. Bred- 
man's, Cant. July 26, 162.5. 

Glaze, John, and Ann Bridget, of North- 
bourne. At same. May 27, 1636. 

Glidd, John, of Tenterden, yeom., ba., 
about 22, whose mother consents, 
and Ellen Thomas, s. p., v., 19 and 
upwards, d. of Mary Thomas, a/ins 
Caffinch, wife of Abraham Caffinch, 
s. p., butcher, who also consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard 
BirchettofTenterden, mercer, bonds. 
June 8, 1640. 

Glover, Charles, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
widr., and Margaret Barton of Mer- 
sham, w. of Henry Barton, late s. p., 
dec. At Mersham. Benjamin Duck 
of Mersham, yeom., bonds. Dec. 7, 
1641. 

Glover, Christopher, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, beerbrewer, ba., about 26, 
and Elizabeth Bates, s. p., v., about 
30, at her own govt. At All Saints', 
Cant. Jan. 24, 1627. 

Glover, John, of Lydd, g., widr., about 
50, and Susan Read, s. p., w., about 
45, relict of John Read, late s. p., 
dec. At Appledorc. RLay 25, 1626. 

Glover, John, of Charing, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Clarke of Dod- 
ington, maiden, about 28, whose 
parents are dead. At Charing. 
Richard Glover of Westwell, husb., 
and Nicholas Clarke of Dodington, 
husb., bonds. July 21, 1627. 

Glover, John, of Challock. bricklayer, 
ba., about 26, and Mary March, s. p., 
v., of the same years, d. of Paul 
March, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At same. Andrew Mantle of Mer- 
sham, yeom., bonds. Feb. 24, 1628. 

Glover, John, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Dence cf Wye, w. 
of John Dence, late of Brook, dec. 
At Hinxhill. Aug. 4, 1635. 

Glover, John, of Hythe, cooper, widr., 
and Alice Chaulkley, s. p., w. of 



[blank] Chaulkley, late of Dover, dec 
At Saltwood. April 7, 1641. 

Glover, John, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Lucas, s. p., w. 
of Henry Lucas, late s. p., dec. At 
S. iVLargaret's, Cant. Charles Glover 
of Woodchurch, veom., bonds. 
April 7, 1641. 

Glover, John, of Barham, yeom., ba., 
about 27, whose father consents, and 
Ann Jefifcry of Favcrsham, v., about 
24, d. of Francis Jefifery of Bekes- 
bourne, yeom., who also consents. 
At Preston n. Faversham. John 
O.xinbridge of Cant., tailor, bonds. 
March 17, 1644. 

Glover, Richard, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 21, son of John Glover, s. p., 
who consents, and Joan Milles of 
Old Romncy, maiden, about 19, 
whose mother, Margaret Milles, alias 
May, also consents. At Lydd. Nov. 
9, 1626. 

Glover, Richard, of Mersham, husb , 
ba., about 27, and Mary Yokely, s. 
p., spr., about 30, d. of Elizabeth 
Yokely, w., who consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Thomas Rescue 
of Smeeth, carpenter, bonds. Nov. 
30, 1630. 

Glover, Richard, of Nonington, and 
Mary Knowler of Hoath. At Hoath. 
March 8. 1640. 

Glover, Stephen, of Ebony, clothier, 
widr., and Ann Drury, s. p., w. of 
John Drewry, late of Smalhead in 
Tenterden, dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 7, 1628. 

Glover, William, of Sheldwich, yeom., 
ba., about 60, and Margaret Polhill 
of S. George's, Cant., maiden, about 
40, whose parents are dead. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Jan. 15, 
1620. 

Glover, William, of Smarden, clothier, 
ba., about 27, and Joan Wood of S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant., v., about 19, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
under the govt, of her father-in-law, 
Rowland Dixon of Cant., tailor, who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's. 
Nov. 12, 1625. 

Glover, William, of IMersham. and Mar- 
garet Moseley of Bethersden. At 
Mersham. Jan. 1, 1628. A^o/e. This 
entry occurs between Feb. 2 and 
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Glover, William, of S. Martin's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Ellen Johncocke, 
s. p., v., about 28, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Thomas Prowd, s. 
p., yeom., bonds. Nov. 24, 1632. 

Glover, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
grocer, ba., about 20, whose father 
consents, and Ann Waters, of Ash- 
ford, v., about 18, d. of Christopher 
Waters, s. p., apothecary, who also 
consents, as is testified by James 
Glover of Cant., grocer. At S. 
Andrew's. April 5, 1634. 

Glover, William, of Old Romney, yeom., 
ba., about 34, and Alice Elie, relict 
of John Elie, late s. p., dec. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Edward Wright 
of Brookland, husb., and Thomas 
Glover of Iwchurch, husb., bonds. 
May 12, 1634. 

Goaler, Thomas, ofGondhurst, butcher, 
widr., about 48, and Margaret Sharpie 
of Appledore, w., about 44, relict of 
Philip Sharpye, clerk, late curate of 
Brookland, dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Sept. 17, 1621. 

Goatham (Goteham), George, of Heme, 
weaver, ba., about 28, whose father, 
Richard Goteham, consents, and 
Joan Langford, s. p., w. of William 
Langford, dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
John Osborne of Cant., tailor, bonds. 
Oct. 18, 1641. 

Goatley, Ambrose, of Molash, black- 
smith, ba., about 29, whose father, 
Thomas Goally, consents, and Ann 
Hart of Charing, v., about 22, d. of 
John Hart, s. p., barber chirurgeon, 
who also consents. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. July 13, 1642. 

Goatly, John, of Egerton, yeom., ba , 
about 23, at his own govt., and Joan 
Iden, s. p., v., about 22, d. of Richard 
Iden, s. p., yeom., who consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Richard Iden 
junior, of Egerton, yeom , bonds. 
June 14, 1630. 

Goatley, John, of Ashford, yeom., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Sarah 
Peers, s. p., v., about 22, who, her 
father being dead, is now under 
the govt, of [blank] Peers, alias Post, 
wife of Thomas Post of Headcorn, 
who consents. At Hinxhill. Dec. 
7, 1631. 

Goatly, Reginald, of Wye, g., ba., about 
23, son of Thomas Goatley, s. p., g., 
who consents, and Phoebe Haull, 



s. p., maiden, about 23, d. of Thomas 
Haull, s. p., g., who also consents. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. April 
30, 1622. 

Goatly, William, and Jane Shouk, of S. 
Nicholas Atwade. At same. Feb. 
1, 1631. 

Goble, George, of Ashford, butcher, ba., 
about 21, son of Richard Goble of 
Boughton Aluph, butcher, who con- 
sents, and Alice Cliftbrd of Chilham, 
v., about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Nov. 8, 
1()2.5. 

Goble, John, of Woodchurch, butcher, 
ba., about 24, and Grace Clifford, s. 
p., v., 28, whose parents are dead. 
At Boughton Aluph, because Peter 
Dyman, s. p., limeburner, who 
married his sister, doth intend to 
bestow a wedding dinner upon him. 
Redeemed Compton, clerk, curate of 
Woodchurch, bonds. May 19. 1624. 

Goble, John, of Woodchurch, butcher, 
widr., and Elizabeth Glover, s. p , 
w. of John Glover, late s. p., dec. 
At Kingsnorth or Kennardington. 
George Rutting of Bethersden, 
butcher, bonds. July 17, 1644. 

Goble, Nicholas, of Rlilton n. Sitting- 
bourne, shoemaker, widr., about 45, 
and Barbara Clarke of Borden, w., 
about 36, relict of John Clarke, late 
of Ravleigh in Essex, tailor, dec. At 
Bobbing. Oct. 31, 1621. 

Goddard, George, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 27, and Mary 
Cowell of S. George's, Cant., v., 
about 26, " at her own dispose." At 
Thanington. Thomas Lewsly of 
Cant., free-mason, bonds. Oct. 29, 
1636. 

Goddard, Henry, of Ickham, bricklayer, 
ba., about 24, whose father, John 
Goddard, consents, and Ann Wash- 
enden, s. p., w. of John Washenden, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Jan. 10, 1641. 

Goddard, Matthew, of Newington n. 
Hythe, husb., ba., about 24, whose 
father is dead, and Elizabeth Rigden 
of Little Hardres, v., about 20, d. of 
Thomas Rigden, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Little Hardres. April 
23, 1636. 

Godden, George, of Egerton, husb., 
widr., about 38, and Martha Staple 
of Bethersden, w., about 42, relict 



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of John Staple, late of Riderfeild 
[? Rotherfield] in Sussex, carpenter, 
dec. about 5 years since. At Bethers- 
den. April 7, 1621. 

Godden, James, of Burham in Kent, 
3-eom., widr., about 30, and Susan 
Gierke of Boughton Monchelsea, w., 
about 21, relict of John Gierke, s. p., 
veom., late dec. At B. Monchelsea. 
Sept. 19, 1620. 

Godden, John, of Maidstone, tanner, ba., 
23 and upwards, son of Robert 
Godden, s. p., tanner, who consents, 
and Ann Milloway, s. p., v., about 
22, whose parents are dead. At same. 
Aug. 16, 1631. 

Godden, John, of Kingstone, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Margery Plills of S. 
John's in Thanet, v., about 24, whose 
mother consents. At S. John's in 
T. William Silke of Bridge, husb., 
and Edward Sanchy of Kingstone, 
husb., bonds. Oct. 3, 1635.' 

Godden, John, of Newington n. Hythe, 
pavier, widr., and Ann Prufife, s. p., 
v., about 33, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's, Gant. John Dyer 
of Hythe, saddler, bonds. June 8, 
1641. 

Godden, John, of Folkestone, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose parents are 
dead, and Jane Simons of Swing- 
field, w. of Richard Symons, late of 
Brambling in Ickham, dec. At S. 
]\I. Bredin's, Cant., or Swingfield. 
Richard Bromley of Gant., g., bonds. 
Dec. 7. 1643. 

Godden, Leonard, of Ospringe, malt- 
man, ba., about 30, and Margaret 
Oldfield of Faversham, w., about 40, 
relict of Stephen Oldfield, late s. p., 
innkeeper, dec. about 8 months 
since. At Ospringe. April 7, 1623. 

Godden, Richard, of Bethersden, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Pett, s. 
p., maiden, about 30, d. of [blank] 
Pett, late dec, and now servant to 
the Rt. Worshipful Sir William 
Lovelace of Bethersden, Knight, 
who consents. At All Saints', Cant. 
John Russell de La Gray ff"riers, 
Cant., g., bonds. July 17, 1623. 

Godden, Robert, of Maidstone, tanner, 
widr., about 41, and Elizabeth Mill- 
way of Upchurch, w., about 39, 
relict of Clement JMilhvay, late s. p., 
dec. At Rainham, because they are 
to call to Captain Thomas Norris of 



the same parish, and others of their 
friends there to ride from thence to 
Maidstone. Allegation made and 
signed by Robert Peers of Maidstone, 
ba. July 7, 1623. 

Godden, Robert, of Cant., tailor, ba., 
26, whose father, Walter Godden, 
consents, and Julian Halsnod, s. p., 
maiden, about 25, d. of [blank] 
Halsnod of ThanSfr, w., who also con- 
sents. At S. Alphage, Cant., where 
they both dwell. Feb. 26, 1627. 

Godden, Robert, of Maidstone, tanner, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Giles of 
Tenterden, w. of James Giles, late 
s. p., dec. At S. "Margaret's, Cant. 
Simon Smith of Tenterden, yeom., 
bonds. March 8, 1640. 

Godden, Thomas, of Thornham, yeom., 
ba., about 26, whose father consents, 
and Margaret Baker of Newington 
n. Sittingbourne, v., about 20, d. of 
William Baker, s. p., who also con- 
sents, as is testified by " Walter 
Godden his brother." At Newington 
n. S. Sept. 20, 1637. 

Godden, William, of Charing, g , ba., 
about 27, and Dorothy Hutchin, s. 
p., maiden, about 26, d. of Hugh 
Hutchin, s. p., yeom., dec. about 9 
years since, and now in the govt, 
of Marion Hutchin, w., her mother, 
who consents, as is testified b)' 
Thomas Hutchin, s. p., yeom., 
brother of Dorothy. At Harriet- 
sham. Sept. 13, 1620. 

Godfrey, Abraham, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, cordwainer, ba., about 
30, and Mary Spaine, s. p., w. of one 
Spaine, late dec. At same. Jan. 6, 
1629. 

Godfrey, Augustine, of I,ydd, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Hocker, of S. 
George's, Cant., w. of William 
Hocker, late, s. p., collarmaker, dec. 
At S. George's Cant. John Harvey 
of S. George's, Cant., blacksmith, 
bonds. March 14, 1642. 

Godfrey, Daniel, of Egerton, clothier, 
ba., about 36, and Joyse Barling of 
Headcorn, w., about 31, late wife of 
Adrian (?) Barling, s. p., dec. At 
Headcorn. Aug. 27, 1619. 

Godfrey, Edward, of Lydd, g., ba., about 
26, and Elizabeth Morris of Hasting- 
leigh, v., about 28, d. of Richard 
Morris, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
AtS. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 6, 1629. 



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Godfry, Francis, of Sandwich, tailor, 
ba., about 37, and Mary Vandevalder, 
s. p., w., relict of Jeremy Vande- 
valder, late, s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. John Sheruyde of 
Sandwich, haberdasher, bonds. Jan. 
27, 1631. 

Godfrey, Francis, of Sandwich, cooper, 
ba., about 2.5, and Elizabeth i\Iills, 
■ s. p., w. of John Wills, late s. p., 
dec. At Woodnesborou2;h. Thomas 
Wilkes of Cant., book-binder, bonds. 
Feb. 2, 1632. 

Godfrey, George, of Sutton Valence, 
hush., ba., about 26, whose father 
consents, and Susan Bingham, s. p., 
w. of John Bingham, late of Staple- 
hurst, cordwainer, dec. At St. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Thomas Christian of 
Sutton v., blacksmith, bonds. May 
27, 1636. 

Godfrey, Henry, of Lenham, husb., 
widr., and Thomasine Stephenson, 
alias Starmeson, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of [blank] Stephenson, alias 
Starmeson, of Ch. .. .[Incomplete 
and crossed out]. May 12, 1637. 

Godfrey, John, of Berstead, fellmonger, 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Walker, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of Edward 
Walker, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 6, 1628. 

Godfrey, John, and Catherine Keeler, of 
Seasalter. At same. Feb. 6, 1629. 

Godfrey, John, of Maidstone, maltster, 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Amy Franckline of Badlesmere, v., 
about 19, d. of Arthur Franklin, s. 
p., w'ho consents. Sept. 13, 1633. 
Note. This allegation is incomplete, 
and has been crossed out. 

Godfrey, John, of Maidstone, maltster, 
ba., about 21. at his own govt., and 
Amy Francklin of Badlesmere, v., 
about 19, d. of Arthur Franklin, s. 
p.. who consents. At Maidstone. 
Allegation made and signed by 
Thomas Carkaredge of Maidstone, 
g. Sept. 28, 1633. 

Godfrey, John, of Hollingbourne, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Broman, s. p., 
w. of Thomas Broman, late dec. At 
Bobbing. Thomas Lashford of S. 
M. Northgate, pin maker, and 
Thomas Waters, s. p., chapman, 
bonds. Sept. 26, 1636. 

Godfrey, John, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., coachman, ba., about 21 or 22, 



whose father, Nicholas Godfrey, con- 
sents, and Jane Chester, s. p., v., 
about 22 or 23, d. of Abraham 
Chester, s. p., innholder, who also 
consents. At same. March 6, 1640. 

Godfrey, Nicholas, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Joan Steed of Holy 
Cross, Cant., w. of James Steed, late 
s. p., dec. At Holy Cross. Sept. 
25, 1629. 

Godfrey, Richard, of Deal, couper, widr., 
about 45, and Alice Fuller, s. p., w., 
about the same age, relict of Thomas 
Fuller, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. May 26. 1625. 

Godfrey, Robert, of " Bredgate," husb., 
ba., about 25, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Goodlad of Borden, 
v., about 26, d. of [blank] Goodlad, 
alias Hunt, wife of [blank] Hunt of 
Hollingbourne, who also consents. 
At Bicknor. John Godfrey of 
"Bredgate," husb., and Thomas 
Lashfeild of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
panmaker, bonds. Jan. 6, 1635. 

Godfrey, Roger, of Northbourne, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Godfrey 
of Eythorne, v., of the like age, d. of 
Thomas Godfrey, s. p , who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 3, 1632. 

Godfrey, Ruffin, of Tong. yeom., widr., 
and jNIildred Sead of Leeds, v., 27 
and upwards, d. of [blank] Sead, alias 
Wilmot, wife of Guy Willmot of 
Leeds, who consents. At Tong. 
Oct. 31, 1628. 

Godfrey, Ruffin, of Tong, yeom., widr., 
and Margaret Coatin of Milton n. 
Sittingbourne, v., about 26, at her 
own govt. At Tong. John Spack- 
man of Cant., husb., bonds. [No 
date, but about] Nov. 26, 1629. 

Godfrey, Ruffin, of S. Mary's in the 
Hundred of Hoo, yeom., widr.. and 
Jane Bowell of Tong, w. of David 
Bowell, late s. p., dec. At Tong. 
Thomas Richardson of Cant., g., 
bonds. Aug. 2, 1636. 

Godfrey, Samuel, of Faversham, seaman, 
ba., about 22, and Ann Colwell, s. 
p., v., about 18, d. of Alexander 
Colwell, who consents. At Preston 
n. Faversham. Jan. 14, 1645. 

Godfrey, Thomas, of Milton, sailor, 
widr., about 40, and Ann Liddam of 
Upchurch, w., about 36, relict of 
Sampson Liddam, late of Upchurch, 



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412 



dec. At Milton. John Hope of Bobbing, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 20, 1619. 

Godfree, Thomas, and Thomasine 
Cruttall, of Sandhurst. At same. 
Feb. 10, 1633. 

Godfrey, Thomas, of Wychling, black- 
smith, ba,, about 32, and Ann Wood 
of Wormshill, w. of William Wood, 
late dec. At Wormshill. Edward 
Wise of Wychling, husb., bonds. 
July 20, 1637. 

Godfrey, Thomas, of Upchurch, malt- 
ster, ba., about 23, whose parents 
are dead, and Rebecca Rosan, s. p., 
v., about 21. d. of John Rosan of 
Hartlip, husb., who consents. At 
Upchurch or Hartlip. Francis John- 
son and William Sanders, of Cant., 
husbanilmen, bonds. July 27, 1644. 

Godfrey, William, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Jane Morris of Bra- 
bourne, maiden, about 24, d. of 
Richard Morris, s. p., yeom., then 
present, and consenting. At Bra- 
bourne. Oct. 13, 1019. 

Godfrey, William, of Benstead, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Ann Dence, s. p., maiden, 
about 30, d. of [blank] Dence of 
Cranbrook, clothier, dec. about 15 
years since, and now at her own 
govt. At Berstead. Sept. 6, 1622. 

Godfrey, William, the elder, of Berstead, 
yeom., widr., about 70, and Elizabeth 
Mabb, s. p., w. of Thomas Mabb, 
late dec. At same. William Godfery 
junior, s. p., yeom., bonds. Allega- 
tion made and signed by Edward 
Poore of Leeds, yeom. Dec. 21, 1637. 

God lye, Stephen, of Frittenden, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 40, and Bennett 
Tolherst, s. p., v., about 36, d. of 
Stephen Tolherst of Hawkherst, 
husb., who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Feb. 8, 1624. 
God lye, Thomas, of Marden, tailor, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Kinge, s. p., maiden, about 
17, d. of John Kinge, s. p., tailor, 
who consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. March 4, 1621. 
Godson, Hugh, of Faversham, husb., 
ba., about 36, and Faith Sanders, 
of Boughton Blean, v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At Holy 
Cross, Cant. Thomas Sanders of 
H. Cross, Cant., cordwainer, bonds. 
Oct. 28, 1633. 



Goger, Joshua, of Sandwich, beerbrewer, 
ba., about 19, son of Isaac Goger, s. 
p., who consents, and Frances Nynn, 
of Maidstone, v., about 18, who, her 
parents being dead, is now under 
the govt, of her uncle, John Nynn, s. 
s. p., g., who also consents. At 
Woodnesborough. Aug. 15, 1625. 
Gogney, Charles, and Margaret Mar- 
tin, of S. Mary's in Dover. At same. 
Feb. 25, 1636. 
Gold, Nicholas, of Sturry, tailor, ba., 
about 25, and Ellen Chambers, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of Richard Chambers, 
s. p., limeburner, who consents, as 
is testified by John King of Cant., 
tailor. At Thanington. Feb. 4, 1631. 
Gold, Sylvester, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
woolcomber, widr., and Judith Van- 
Buxel of S. Mary's in Sandwich, v., 
about 28, d. of Peter Van-Buxell, s. 
p., woolcomber, who consents. At 
S. M. in Sandw. Jac.-)bus Hogge- 
skin of All Saint's, Cant., woolcomber, 
bonds. Jan. 18, 1633. 
Gold, Thomas, of Whitstable. tailor, 
widr., about 33, and Catherine Kempe, 
s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of Josias 
Kempe of Wye, husb., dec. about 
24 years since, and now at her own 
govt. At S. Alphage, Cant. Aug. 19, 
1622. 
Gold, Thomas, of Whitstable, yeom., 
widr., about 34, and Joan Golson of 
Seasalter, w., about 28, relict of 
Christopher Golson, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. about 10 weeks since. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. June 18, 1623. 
Gold, Thomas, of Seasalter, yeom., 
widr., and Catherine Lightfoot of S. 
M. Northgate, Cant., w. of Henry 
Eightfoot, late of Cant., dec. At S. 
M. Northgate. May 29, 1630. 
Gold, Thomas, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., yeom., widr., and Margaret 
Jarman of Boughton Blean, w. of 
William Jarman, late dec. At B. 
Blean. Richard Genvey of Cant., 
Notary Public, bonds. Aug. 6, 1631. 
Gold, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
maltster, ba., about 26, and Joan 
Brewton, s. p., v., about 20 or 21, d. 
of INIargaret Brewton, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Nicholas 
Stokes of Sandwich, maltster. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. June 15, 
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Colder (Goulldcr), George, of Good- 
nestone n. Faversham, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Sarah Swinford, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of Mary Swinford, s. 
p., \v., who consents. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Mary Swinford, 
bondswoman. April 13, 1643. 

Goulder, Richard, of S.Mary's in Dover, 
maltster, ba., about 34, and Cath- 
erine Steede, s. p., maiden, about 25, 
d. of Henry Steede, s. p., g., who 
consents. At same. July 6, 1619. 

Golden, Stephen, of Patrixbourne, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Elizabeth Lissen- 
den of Barham, v., about 30, d. of 
Henry Lissenden, late s. p., husb., 
dec, and at her own govt. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Dec. 15, 1623. 

Goldfinch, Edward, of Chislet, yeom., 
wiiir., and I'homasine Dad of Little- 
bourne, v., about 30, whose parents 
are dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Robert Dadd of Littlebourne, weaver, 
bonds. Sept. 27, 1632. 

Goldfinch, John, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 23, whose father, 
William Goldfinch, consents, and 
Elizabeth Neame of Preston n. 
Wingham, v., about 22, whose 
parents are dead. At Preston n. W. 
Peter Ambrose of Minster in T., 
yeom., bonds. Oct. 14, 1643. 

Goldfinch, William, of Stanford, husb., 
widr., and Mary Grymes, s. p., w. of 
James Grymes, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Geoffrey 
Wanstall of Stanford, husb., and 
Edward Dadd of Scllinge, bonds. 
Jan. 7, 1640. 

Gofinch, William, of Minster in Thanet, 
yeom., widr., and Joan Pamphlet of 
Cant., w. of Daniel Pamphlet, late 
of Minster in T., yeom., dec. At 
Monkton. Kendrick Lake of Cant., 
plumber, bonds. Jan. 6, 1643. 

Gold hatch, Richard, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., wheelwright, ba., about 25, 
whose father, Richard Goldhatch, 
consents, and Mary Erigges of Sand- 
wich, v., d. of RIary Brigges of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., w., who also con- 
sents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Henry 
Carpenter of S. Peter's, Cant., husb., 
bonds. Feb. 27, 1643. 

Goldhill, Nicholas, of Snave, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Stanford of New 
Romney, w. of Jeremy Stanford, late 
s. p., dec. At Snave or New Rom- 



ney. William Allen of Cant., butcher, 
bonds. Feb. 7, 1643. 

Goldinge, Henry, of Bapchild, g., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Hammon of 
Sittingbourne, w., about 30, relict of 
Jolm Hammon, g., late dec. At 
Bobbing. Matthew Parkerof Sitting- 
bourne, annigcr, bonds. Feb. 17, 
1627. 

Goulding, John, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, mariner, ba., about 26, and 
Ann Fowler, s. p., v., 16 and upwards, 
d. of Richard Fowler, s. p., who con- 
sents. At S. John'.s in Thanet or S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Dec. 13, 1645. 

Goldinge, Robert, of IMaidstone, g., and 
Elizabeth Cooper, s. p., w. At same. 
March 12, 1619. 

Golding, Robert, of Stockbury, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Cicely Shasted, s. 
p., v., about 30, d. of William 
Shasted, dec, and of Agnes Shasted, 
w., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Dec. 4, 1632. 

Golding, Stephen, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, mariner, ba., about 20, .... 
[Allegation unfinished — crossed 
out.] March 7, 1637. 

Goulding, Stephen, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, seaman, ba., about 20, son 
of Stephen Golding the elder, s. p., 
seaman, who consents, as is testified 
by his son Roger Goulding, and Ann 
Spencer, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
Nicholas Spencer, s. p., seaman, who 
also consents, as is testified by hi 
son, William Spencer, s. p., seaman. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 7, 1638. 

Goldocke, George, of Rainham, g., ba.. 
about 24, whose father consents, and 
Ann King, s. p., v., about 23, d. of 
Robert King, dec, and of Jane 
Goldocke, rt'/V<?j' King, wife of William 
Goldocke, s. p., g., who also consents, 
as the said Wm. Goldocke, her 
husband, testifies. At All Saints', 
Cant. William Goldocke, " eius 
pater," bonds. Aug. 3, 1630. 

Gold red, William, of Charlton, maltster, 
widr., and Elizabeth Pageant, s. p., 
w. of Richard Bageant, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Edward 
Burt of Charlton, butcher, bonds. 
Nov. 22, 1642. 

Goldsmith, Edward, of Wye, husb., 
w^idr., and Joan Coveney, s. p., v., 
28, whose mother consents. At S. 
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of S. Mildred's, Cant., g., and Roger 
Coveney of Newington n. Hythe, 
husb., bonds. Nov. 18, 1634. 

Goldsmith,'rhomas, of Boughton Aluph, 
husb., ba., about 24, and Mildred 
Tilby, s. p., maiden, about 29, d. of 
Augustine Tilby, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. John Tilby of 
B. Aluph, husb., bonds. Oct. 19, 
1619. 

Goldsmyth, Thomas, of Boughton 
Aluph, husb., widr., about 30, and 
Thomasine Atkins, s. p., v., about 
25, d. of John Atkins of Challock, 
who consents, as is testified by 
Richard Waters of R. Aluph, yeom. 
At B. Aluph. Nov. 21, 1625. 

Goldsmith, Thomas, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, butcher, ba., about 
30, whose father consents, and 
P^lizabeth Faidy, s. p., v., about 28, 
d. of Alexander Fanly of Bobbing, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
his son, Thomas Fanly, s. p., tile- 
maker, [who signed his name 
Thomas Fally]. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 1, 1641. 

Goldsmith, Thomas, of S. George's, 
Cant., husb., ba., about 19, son of 
John Goldsmith, s. p., husb., who 
consents, and Agnes Blith of S. ]\I. 
Northgate, Cant., v., about 19, d. of 
John Blith, s. p., bricklayer, who 
also consents. At. S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Bligh of Cant., brick- 
layer, and Thomas Bligh, s. p., 
brewer, bonds. March 31, 1642. 

Goldsmith, William, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, yeom., widr., and 
Jane Tayler, s. p., v., about 34, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. July 22, 1633. 

Goldsmith, William, of Maidstone, and 
Susan Paine of Boxley. At Boxley. 
Feb. 5, 1634. 

Goldson, Patrick, of Whitstable, husb., 
ba., 24 and upwards, whose mother 
consents, and Margaret Fox, s. p., 
w. of Thomas Fox, late s. p., dec. 
At Chislet. Clement Goldson of 
Chislet, husb., bonds. Jan. 11,1644. 

Goldson, William, of Raiclifi'n. London, 
seaman, widr., and Jane Evans of 
Thanington, v., about 22, d. of 
Richard Evans, who consents, as is 
testified by George Hopper, s. p. At 
Thanington. Jan. 11, 1644, See 
Golson. 



Goldup, John, of Bettishanger, yeom., 
ba., about 30, and Ann Hamon of 
Lenham, v., about 22, d. of Oliver 
Hamon, dec, and now at her own 
govt. At Lenham. John Somner 
of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
tailor, bonds. May 31, 1632. 

Go I dwell (Gouldwell), Edward, of 
Orlestone, husb., ba , about 24, and 
Joan Coomber, s. p.. maiden, about 
22, d. of Thomas Coomber, late of 
We.stwell. dec, " and lately dwelling 
with Henry Enmith (?) of Orlestone 
aforesaid husb., who is consenting." 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 20, 
1619. 

Goldwell, John, of Smarden, clothier, 
widr., and Margaret Iggleden, s. p., 
w. of John Iggleden, dec. At 
Boughton Blean, Harrietsham or 
Broomfield. Robert Pell of Smarden, 
clothier, bonds. Dec. 4, 1644. 

Goldwell, Nicholas, of Snave, yeom., 
widr., andJaneSedgerof Newchurch, 
v., about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At Newchurch. March 26, 1642. 

Goldwier, Richard, of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, husb., ba., about 39, and 
Barba (sic) Mascoll, s. p., w., about 
40, relict of one Mascoll, dec. At 
HoUingbourne. March 7, 1627. 

Golson, Clement, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Marloe, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of John Marloe of Northbourne, 
husb., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Richard Marloe of S. Nich. 
Atwade, yeom., bonds. Nov. 16, 
1625. See Goldson. 

Goodale, Thomas, the younger, of Ten- 
terden, broadweaver, 22, son of 
Thomas Goodale, s. p., who con- 
sents, and Alice Tompson, s. p., v., 
about 33, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Feb. 15, 1626. 

Goodchild, John, of Eastling, carpen- 
ter, ba., about 42, and Elizabeth 
Terry, s. p., w. of Arnold Terry, 
late, s. p., yeom., dec. At All Saints', 
Cant. Thomas Greenstreet of East- 
ling, yeom., bonds. Nov. 27, 1636. 

Goodhiew, Peter, of S. Peter's, Cant, 
yeom., widr., about 37, and Ann 
Baker of S. Alphage, Cant., maiden, 
about 20, d. of William Baker, late 
of Kingsdown, g., dec. about 3 years 
since, and now at her own govt. At 



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S. Alphage, Cant. Leonard Sprackling 
of Eastbridge Hospital, Cant., g., 
bonds. Feb. 20, 1622. 

Goodin, John, of Goodnestonen. Wing- 
ham, yeom., ba., about €0, and Alice 
Hemsted, s. p., v., about 37. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. George Christian 
of Cant., yeom., bonds. July 9, 1633. 

Goodman, Robert, of Deal, seaman, 
ba., about 24, whose father, John 
Goodman, consents, and Elizabeth 
Fawkins, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant. William Hilles of 
Deal, mariner, bonds. Sept. 24, 1639. 

Goodman, Thomas, of Cranbrook, 
glover, widr., about 33, and Alice 
Browne, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. 
of Richard Browne, tailor, dec. about 
10 years since, and at her own govt. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 20, 
1620, 

Goodsole, John, of Willesborough, 
miller, ba., about 26, and Mary Brith- 
red of Sevington, v., about 21, d. of 
Thomas Brithred, s. p., husb.. who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Sept. 24, 1635. 

Goodson, Stephen, of Sholden, maltster, 
widr., and Elizabeth Burden of Deal, 
v., about 21, d. of John Burden of 
Petham, yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by Gregory Videan of 
Patrixbourne, husb. At S. Alphage, 
Cant. Aug. 15, 1642. 

Goodson, Thomas, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, yeom., ba., about 30, and 
Joan Skinner, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of John Skinner, s. p., yeom., 
dec. about 7 years since, and now in 
the govt, of Joan Skinner, s. p., w., 
her mother, who consents, as is tes- 
tified by George Read of S. Clement's 
in Sandwich, g. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Sept. 13, 1620. 

Goodwin (Goodwyn), Daniel, of Patrix- 
bourne, yeom., widr., about 54, and 
Agnes Sayerof Heme, w., about 49, 
relict of Robert Sayer, late of S. 
John's in Thanet, yeom., dec. At 
Patrixbourne. July 22, 1622. 

Goodwyn, Daniel, of Bekesbourne, 
yeom., widr., about 62, and Aphra 
Gynder of Barham, w., about 70, 
relict of Thomas Gynder, late s. p.. 
dec. At Bekesbourne. Nov. 16, 
1625. 



Goodwyn, Daniel, of Bekesbourne, 
yeom., widr., and Mary Steele of 
Heme, w. of John Steele, late s. p., 
dec. At Bekesbourne. Paul Sacket 
of S. M. Bredin's, Cant., yeom., 
bonds. June 4, 1631. 

Goodwin, Daniel, of Swalecliffe, husb., 
ba., about 23 or 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Joan Sainte, s. p., v., 
about 50. At Petham. Thomas 
Weneattes of S. Peter's, Cant., 
barber chirurgeon, bonds. July 22, 
1642. 

Goodwin, Daniel, of Whitstable, husb., 
widr., and Mary Church of Heme, 
v., about 24 or 25, d. of James 
Church, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Heme or S. Peter's, Cant. Henry 
Chapman of Cant., grocer, and 
Jacobus Fowler, s. p., barber chir- 
urgeon, bonds. Oct. 5, 1644. 

Goodwyn, Edward, and Susan Lamb, of 
Holy Cross, Cant. At same. Dec. 
22, 1628. 

Goodwyn, Edward, of Dover, shoe- 
maker, ba., about 24, and Joan Hart, 
s. p., w. of Edward Hart, late s. p., 
dec. At S. James's in Dover. Nov. 
16, 1631. 

Goodwyne, George, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, ropemaker, widr., and 
Mary Curling of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, v., about 22, d. of George 
Curling, s. p., fisherman, who con- 
sents •' by a note under his marke 
now exhibited." At S. Lawrence. 
Thomas Nutting of Sandwich, pavier, 
bonds. Feb. 25, 1635. 

Goodwin, John, of Whitstable, labourer, 
25, at his own govt., and Ann God- 
fry, s. p., spr., about 25, her parents 
both dead. At Favcrsham. Allega- 
tion made by Morgaine Goodwyn of 
Whitstable, yeom. Oct. 16, 1620. 

Goodwin, John, of Birchington, chir- 
urgeon, ba., about 25, whose father 
consents, and Elizabeth Stone, s. p., 
v., about 24 or 25, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Peter's, Cant. John 
Bird of Cant., tailor, and John Par- 
son, s. p., cordwainer, bonds. Oct. 
27, 1642. 

Goodwyn, Morgaine, of Whitstable, 
yeom., widr., about 45, and Mary 
Stronge of S. George's, Cant., 
maiden, about 25, d. of Edward 
Stronge of Petham, yeom., who con- 
sents, " as is testified by Edward 
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420 



Stronge of S. Mildred's, Cant., weaver." 
At Whitstable. [No date, but between 
Aug. 29 and Aug. 31, 1620.] 

Goodwyn, Thomas, of Ashford, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Margaret Jaxson, 
s. p., maiden, about 23, d. of Thomas 
Jaxson, s. p., cordwinder, who con- 
sents. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Aug. 4, 1622. 

Gookine, John, of Ripple, g., ba., about 
21, whose mother, Jane Gookin, s. 
p., consents, and Elizabeth Wood of 
Bridge, v., about 18, who, her father 
being dead, is now under the govt. 
of Frances Wood, alias Bargrave, 
wife of Robert Bargrave, s. p., who 
also consents, as the said Robert 
testifies. At Bridge. July 10, 1630. 

Goore, Christopher, of Bobbing, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Wid- 
gett of Milton n. Sittingbourne, w. 
of John Widgett, lates. p., dec. At 
Holy Cross, Cant. John Lamb of 
Selling, yeom., bonds. July 7, 1646. 

Gore, John, of S. John Baptist in Thanet, 
yeom., widr., about 70, and Mary 
Jenken, s. p., w., about 59, relict of 
Edward Jenken, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. At same. Nov. 17, 1624. 

Gore, John, of Maidstone, threadtwister, 
ba., about 20, whose father, Robert 
Gore, consents, and Lucy Grinnel, 
s. p., v., about 20, whose parents are 
dead. At same. William Haine of 
Cant., haberdasher, bonds. March 
11, 1641. 

Gore, John, and Sarah Gill, both of 
Kennar[ding]ton. Aug. 21, 1643. 
[From the Reg. of S. Mildred's, Cant.] 

Gore, Thomas, of Lenham, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Jeffery, s. p., v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Thomas 
EUett of Lenham, miller, bonds. 
]\Iarch 25, 1641. See Gower. 

Goreinge, Henry, of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
husb., ba., 30 and upwards, and 
Catherine Reynoldes of S. Paul's, 
Cant., w. of William Reynolds, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. John 
Pilcher of S. Paul's, Cant., yeom., 
bonds. Sept. 18, 1641. 

Goreinge, Thomas, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
wheelwright, widr., and Elizabeth 
Kenn of Boughton Blean, v., about 
27, d. of William Kenn, s. p., husb.. 
who consents. At Selling or S. 
Paul's, Cant. Thomas Wells of S. 



Paul's, Cant., blacksmith, and William 
Cooke, s. p., victualler, bonds. Nov. 
21, 1643. 

Gorham, Arthur, of Brookland, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Byssent of Witter- 
sham, w. of Daniel Byssent, late s. 
p., dec. At Ebony. March 29, 
1638. 

Gorham, John, of Petham. yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Ursula Feme of 
Faversham, v., about 20, who, her 
parents being dead, " is now living 
in house with " John Feme her 
brother-in-law [but see Weekes, 
John, April 27, 1631], who consents. 
At Faversham. April 30, 163L 

Gorham, John, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 21, and Mary Hartlington of 
Bonnington, v., about 17, d. of one 
Hartlington, late of St. Mary's in 
the Marsh, dec. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. Sept. 1, 1631. 

Gorham, John, of East Langdon, husb., 
ba., 30 and upwards, and Ann Seare 
of Deal, v., about 30, whose parents 
are dead. At Shoulden. May 22, 
1645. 

Gorham, Robert, clerk, curate of Great 
Chart, ba., about 27, and Elizabeth 
Knight of S. Paul's, Cant., v., about 
26, d. of Thomas Knight, late s. p., 
g., dec, now under the govt, of her 
mother, Ann Knight, w., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Peter Knight, 
her brother. At S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant. Robert Gorham senior, of 
Ashford, yeom., bonds. July 29, 
1624. 

Gorham, Thomas, of Faversham, cooper, 
widr., and Bennet Swift of S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant., v., about 27, d. of 
Michael Swift of Faversham, dec. 
At S. Margaret's. June 7, 1631. 

Gorham, Thomas, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., clothworker, widr., and Susan 
Colfe, s. p., w. of Charles Colfe, late 
s. p., dec. At same or at Heme. 
Barnabas Burden of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., clothworker, and William 
Fittle, s. p., woollen weaver, bonds. 
March 2, 1640. 

Gostling, Isaac, of East Mailing, chand- 
ler, ba., about 26, and Sarah Reader 
of Hollingbourne, v., about 24, d. of 
William Reader of Ulcombe, broad- 
weaver, who consents. At Ulcombe. 
May 7, 1632. 



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422 



Gotheridge, Richard, of Barham, 
blacksmith, ba., about 26, and Mil- 
dred Beech of Holy Cross, Cant., v., 
about 27, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by Robert Hall of 
Cant., hempdresser. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Dec. 4, 1630. See 
Gatherich. 

Gouger,John, of S. Lawrence in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 25, whose parents 
are dead, and Margery Ward, s. p., 
v., about 21, whose parents also are 
dead. At same. Stephen Tompson, 
s. p., fisherman, bonds. Dec. 11, 1644. 

Goulding, .Sd't" Golding. 

Gourly, James, of Iwade, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Joan Barnard of 
Pluckley, v., about 20, d. of Anthony 
Barnard, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. Jacobus Oxley 
of Pluckley, yeom., bonds. Sept. 
22, 1642. 

Gourley, Thomas, of Wye, husb., widr., 
about 48, and Agnes Boulden of 
Boughton Aluph, maiden, about 30, 
d. of William Boulden, s. p., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. July 22, 1619. 

Goerly, Thomas, of Selling, blacksmith, 
ba., about 40, and Catherine Gate- 
man, s. p., v., 25 and upwards, d. of 
Susan Gateman, who consents. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. July 31, 1645. 

Goreley, William, of Ickham, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Elizabeth Hones, 
s. p., w. of Robert Hones, late dec. 
At S. Paul's, Cant. Richard Beadoe 
of S. Paul's, blacksmith, and Alfred 
[Alveridi] Stredwicke, s. p., cord- 
wainer, bonds. Oct. 21, 1635. 

Gower, Richard, of Sittingbourne, 
blacksmith, ba., about 26, and 
Elizabeth Lord, s. p., w. of Thomas 
Lord, late s. p., dec. At All Saints', 
Cant. John Pettenden of Sitting- 
bourne, baker, and John Gower, s. 
p., blacksmith, bonds. April 20, 
1640. See Goore, Gore. 

Grace, John, of Minster in Thanet, 
shepherd, ba., about 35, and Eliza- 
beth Glover of S. RLTrtin's, Cant., 
v., about 21, d. of William Glover, 
who consents. At S. Martin's, Cant. 
April 23, 1644. 

Grace, Thomas, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
shoemaker, ba., about 27, and Mary 
Bennett of S. George's, Cant., v., 
about 20, d. of Thomas Bennett, 



dec, and of Elizabeth Bennett, alias 
Streatch, s. p., who consents. At 
Thanington. July 17, 1632. 

Graceborrow, William, of Knowlton, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Cornewell of S. Paul's, Cant., w. of 
[blank] Cornewell, late s. p., dec. 
At Thanington. Josias Gosse of S. 
George's, Cant., grocer, and Robert 
Hudson, of S. Paul's, Cant., carpen- 
ter, bonds. June 12, 1643. 

Gradwell, John, of All Saints', Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 19, son of Thomas 
Gradwell. s. p., who consents, and 
Ann Etherick of New Romney, 
maiden, about 21, d. of Stephen 
Etherick, s. p.. g., dec. about 9 years 
since, and at her own govt. At New 
Romney. Stephen Etherick of New 
Romney, g., bonds. April 25, 1622. 

Graine, Rowland, clerk, M.A., curate of 
Heme, ba., about 24, and Constance 
Harwood, s. p., w., about 24, relict 
of Thomas Harwood, clerk, late 
vicar of Heme, dec. At Heme. 
March 11, 1621. 

Grange (Graunge), Thomas, of Maid- 
stone, g., and Dorothy Iden, s. p., w. 
of Richard Iden, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Thomas Ayerst, g., and 
Jacobus Francklin, g., both s. p., 
bonds. March 18, 1621. 

Granger, John, of Minster in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Alice Binge, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Binge, late s. 
p., dec. At All Saints', Cant. John 
Twyman of Minster in T., black- 
smith, bonds. March 31, 1642. 

Grant, Jeffery, of Sittingbourne, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father, Paul 
Grant, consents, and Sibyl Rey- 
noldes of Norton, v., about 20, d. of 
Alice Reynoldes, s. p., w., who also 
consents. At Norton. Stephen 
Barnes of Sittingbourne, maltster, 
bonds. May 14,^1642. 

Graunt, John, of S. Paul's, Cant., brewer, 
ba., about 33, whose parents are 
dead, and Ann Wclton of S. George's, 
Cant., v., about 20, d. of William 
Welton, s. p., innholder, who con- 
sents. At S. George's, Cant. Feb. 
20, 1640. 

Grant, Joseph, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 22, and Mary Col- 
man, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At same. Aug. 
29, 1637. 



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424 



Grant, Lawrence, of Eythorne, yeom., 
ba., about 40, and Dorcas Udney, s. 
p., w. of Robert Udney, clerk, dec. 
At Bridge. Robert Bargrave of 
Bridge, g., and Thomas Sturmyn of 
the Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., g., 
bonds. May 7, 1628. 

Grant, Matthew, of S. John's in Thanet, 
fisherman, ba., about 23, whose par- 
rents are dead, and Ursula Grant, s. 
p., v., of the like age, whose parents 
also are dead. At same. Jan. 22, 1637. 

Grant, Peter, of Shoulden, maltster, ba., 
31 and upwards, and Ann Church, s. 
p., w. of Michael Church, late, s. p., 
dec. At same. John Griffin of North- 
bourne, husb., bonds. May 4, 1641. 

Grante, Robert, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., ba., about 27, and Margaret 
Harris, s. p., v., about 25, whose 
mother consents. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. Sept. 28, 1637. 

Grant, Thomas, of Northbourne, husb., 
ba., about 33, and Joan Whitton, s. 
p., v., about 23, d. of John Whitton, 
dec, and of Margaret Whitton, alias 
Lawrence who consents, asistestified 
by Henry Gardner, s. p., yeom. At 
S.Margaret's, Cant. May 16, 1629. 

Grant, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
clerk, ba., about 27, and Jane Curtis, 
s. p., v., about 19 [or 29], whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
John Morton, of Dover, musician. 
At Charlton. Nov. 7, 1635. 

Graunt, William, of Halstow, and Agnes 
Toddy, s. p., v. At Halstow. Jan. 
26, 1623. 

Grant, William, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
sailor, ba., about 33, and Mary 
Osborne, s. p., v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At same. Nov. 
23, 1630. 

Gray, Alexander, of Cranbrook, fell- 
monger, widr., and Mary Bennett, s. 
p., w. of Jordan Bennett, late s. p., 
dec. At same. May 1, 1639. 

Gray, Isaac, of S. Mary's in Dover, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Ann Walters, s. p., 
v., about 23, whose parents are dead. 
At same. March 15, 1640. 

Gray, John, of Great Hardres, bricklayer, 
ba., 27 and upwards, whose mother, 
Mary Gray, consents, and Ann Meere, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of William Meere 
of Molash, husb., who also consents. 
At G. Hardres. July 26, 1641. 



Grey, John, of Northbourne, g., ba., 
about 23, and Katherine Annot of S. 
Margaret's, Cant., v., about 18, d. of 
Charles Annot of Cant., chirurgeon, 
who consents, as is testified by Samuel 
Stephens of Cant., chirurgeon. At 
Chillend('n. Nicholas Colbrand of 
Goodnestone n. Wingham, joiner, 
bonds. Jan. 13, 1642. 

Gray, John, of Egerton, husb., ba., 
about 26, whose father consents, and 
Sarah West, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
John West, s. p., husb., who also 
consents, " as is further certified 
vnder the Curates hand of the place." 
At same. Oct. 17, 1643. 

Gray, John, of Deal, seaman, ba., about 
21, whose father, William Gray, con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Mullet, s. p., w. 
of William Mullet, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saint's, Cant. Aug. 15, 1644. 

Gray, Matthew, of Westbere, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Mary Perret of Sturry, 
v., about 21, d. of William and Maria 
Perret, late s. p., dec. At Sturry. 
John Best of Sturry, yeom., bonds. 
"Dec. 16, 1633. 

Gray, Vincent, of Barham, husb., and 
Margery Browninge, s. p., w. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. John Baker of Bar- 
ham, hoopmaker, and Thomas Pares, 
s. p., husb., bonds. Feb. 13, 1644. 

Gray, William, of New Romney, cord- 
wainer, widr., and Marian Underell, 
s. p., v., about 37, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Feb. 17, 1637. 

Graylinge, Thomas, of Marden, husb., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Sarah Aston, s. p., w., of the like age, 
relict of William Aston, late dec. At 
same. April 15, 1630. 

Graythorne, Edward, of Whitstable, 
yeom., widr., about 37, and Margery 
Wyse of Faversham, v., about 28, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 11, 1626. 

Graythorne, William, of Whitstable, 
yeom., widr., and Catherine Cooper, 
s. p., v., about 24, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Jan. 20, 1637. 

Greene, Daniel, of Rainham, mariner, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Scowton s. p., w. of Daniel 
Scowton, late s. p., tiec. At Bap- 
child. John Lawrance of P'aversham, 
seaman, bonds. June 30, 1641. 

Greene, Francis, of Faversham, sawjer, 
widr., and Elizabeth German, s. p.. 



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w. of Nathaniel German, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Andrew's, Cant. John 
Oxenbridge of Cant., tailor, bonds. 
Aug. 7, 1634. 

Greene, Henry, of Patrixbourne, husb., 
ba., 60 and upwards, and Jane Berry 
of Bekesbourne, v., about 35. At 
Patrixbourne. Henry Greene of 
Bridge, blacksmith, bonds. May 1, 
1632. 

Greene, John, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Goulder, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of John Goulder, 
s. p., g., who consents. At S. JMary's 
in Dover. June 29, 1629. 

Greene, Mark, of Westwell, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Dad of Luddenham, 
w. of Thomas Dad, late s. p., dec. 
At Davington. Oct. 15, 1631. 

Greene, Robert, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, baker, ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., and Ann Lambert, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Thomas Lambert, s. 
p., who consents. At S. Paul's, Cant. 
John Swift of S. Paul's, bricklayer, 
and John Wynne, s. p., musician, 
bonds. Dec. 13, 1636. 

Greene, Thomas, of All Saint's, Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 36, and Susan 
Palmer of Monkton, maiden, about 
23, whose mother, yet living in Essex, 
consents, as also does Mr. Henry 
Paramour, her master. At S. 
Clement's in Sandwich, where they 
intend to sett vp their place of habit- 
aeon after tlieir marriage, and have a 
friend there who intendeth to bestow 
a wedding dinner vpon them. April 
2, 1627. 

Greenaway, Joseph, of Lydd, tailor, ba., 
about 38, and Mary Tipp, s. p., w. of 
Joseph Tipp, late s. p., dec. At 
Sturry. Aug. 26, 1645. 

Greenoway, Richard, of Heme, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Mary Saint, s. p., 

maiden, about 17, d [Entry 

unfinished.] Sept. 20, 1628. 

Grineway, Thomas, of Lydd, black- 
smith, widr., and Margaret Homer- 
son, s. p., w, of John Homerson, 
late of Rye in Sussex, dec. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. William 
Couchman of Lydd, yeom., bonds. 
Oct. 26, 1634. 

Gryn noway, Walter, of Staplehurst, 
husb., widr., and Luce Graylinge of 
Cranbrook, w. of Alexander Gray- 
linge, late dec. At Marden. April 
30, 1630. 



Grenaway, Walter, of Staplehurst, husb., 
widr., and Frances Crompe, s. p., w. 
of William Crompe, late dec. At 
Loose. Thomas Reeve of Staple- 
hurst, pailemaker, bonds. Aug. 22, 
1636. 

Greenell, Elias, of Halstow, miller, ba., 
about 25, whose mother, Joan Grin- 
nell, consents, and Ann Grinnell of 
Upchurch, w. of John Grinncl, dec. 
At Upchurch. John Goodwin of 
Newington, yeom., bonds. May 16, 
1639. 

Grynnell, John, of Upchurch, husb., 
widr., about 45, and Elizabeth Good- 
wyn, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
John Goodwyn, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Aug. 13, 1627. 

Grennell, John, of INIaidstone, lock- 
smith, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Elizabeth Piatt, s. p., v., of the 
like age, d. of [blank] Piatt, alias 
Pound, wife of Henry Pound of 
Borden, who consents, as is testified 
by Henry Robertes of Maidstone, 
maltster. At Maidstone. Stephen 
Argent of Thanington, tailor, bonds. 
Oct. 9, 1635. 

Greenell, Richard, of Maidstone, and 
Mary Sammon of Ashford. At 
Maidstone. Feb. 9, 1642. 

Greenell, Thomas, of Smarden, husb., 
ba., about 36, and Ann Terry of 
Egerton, v., about 30, d. of Mar- 
garet Terry, alias Powell, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Daniel 
Scranton, s. p., kersey maker. At 
Boughton Malherbe or Lenham. 
Feb. 5, 1641. 

Greengrasse, Francis, of S. Thomas 
the Apostle in Harty, husb., and 
Elizabeth Norwood of Biddenden, 
maiden. At Smarden. Feb. 10, 1620. 

Greeneham, John, of Bleane, and I\Iary 
West. [RIarried at S. Margaret's, 
Cant. June 9, 1637. Bee Note to 
Colman, Thomas, June 13, 1627. J 

Greenam, John, of Faversham, [blank], 
widr., and Mary Atwells of Cosmos 
and Damain on the Blean, w. of 
John Atwell, alias Wells, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 
24, 1631. 

Greenehaugh, William, ofEastwell, g., 
ba., about 33, and Susan Barrowe of 
Kennington, w. of John Barrowe, 
late dec. At Eastwell. March 12, 
1637. 



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CANTERBURY 



4:i8 



Greenland (Grenland), Thomas, of 
Cosmus Blean, and Ann Croyden of 
Thanington. At Harbledown. April 
26, 1620. 

Greenland,WiIliam,of Saltwood.yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Sarah Greenland of S. Peter's. Cant., 
maiden, about 19, d. of William 
Greenland, s. p., yeom., who con- 
sents. At Chartham. June 14, 1624. 

Greeneland, William, of Lympne. 
yeom., widr., and Sarah Chapman of 
Crundale, v., about 31, d. of John 
Chapman, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 12, 
1639. 

Green leafe, Joseph, of Dover, seaman, 
ba., about 20, whose parents are dead, 
and he now at the govt, of his 
brother, William Greenleafe, who 
consents, and Rebecca Nicholls, s. 
p., v., about 23, d. of William 
Nicholls, who also consents, as is 
testified by John Vcrrier, s. p., sea- 
man. At S. Mary's in Dover. Nov. 
12, 1638. 

Greenleafe, Thomas, of Dover, cooper, 
ba., about 24, whose mother, Susan 
Greenleafe, consents, and IMary Win- 
ter, s. p., v., about 18, d. of Chr. 
Winter, s. p , who also consents, as 
is testified by a letter from Mr. 
Reading. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
May 23, 1638. 

Greenested, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, g., widr., about 30, and 
Thomasine Tyser of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, maiden, about 28, whose 
parents are dead, and she now dwell- 
ing with Peter Peake, s. p., her 
brother. At S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich. Feb. 21, 1619. 

Greenested, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, g., widr., and Catherine 
Halsnode, s. p.,w. of John Halsnode, 
late dec. At same. John Halsnode 
of Cant., tailor, bonds. Jan. 9, 1632. 

Greensted, Thomas, of Sandwich, g., 
widr., and Mary Meriw-ether, s. p., v., 
about 28, whose parents are dead. 
At Elmstone. Thomas Fidge of 
Cant., g., bonds. Sept. 12, 1640. 

Greenestreet, Abdias, of Ivychurch, 
yeom., widr., about 50, and Mercy 
Ballard, s. p., w., about 50, relict of 
Mr. Thomas Ballard, late s. p., dec. 
At Snave, because Ivychurch is dis- 
tant from the said Greenestreet' s 



house some four miles, the other church 
being much nearer. Sept. 22, 1625. 

Greenstreete, Edward, of Westwell, 
yeom., ba., about 23, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Hart of Charing, 
v., about 24, d. of John Hart, s. p., 
barber surgeon, who consents. At 
Charing. Isaac Clarke of Cant., 
bricklayer, bonds. Sept. 8, 1641. 

Greenestreete, Henry, of Petham, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Fearne 
of Godmersham, w. of Thomas 
Fearne, late s. p., dec. At Godmer- 
sham. Edmund Joy of Cant., barber, 
and Thomas Smith of Godmersham, 
yeom., bonds. April 27, 1636. 

Greenstreete, James, of Faversham, g., 
ba., about 22, whose father, Robert 
Greenstreete, consents, and Frances 
Romney of Hernhill, v., about 16, d. 
of John Romney, s. p., g., who also 
consents. At Ospringe, Harty or 
Eastchurch. William Beane of Cant., 
linendraper, and John Godfrey, s. p., 
g., bonds. July 20, 1644. 

Greenstreet, John, of Teynham, yeom., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Mary Norden, s. p., maiden, about 
20, d. of Edward Norden, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At Teynham. Oct. 
17, 1621. 

Greenestreet, John, of Faversham, 
yeom., ba., about 25, and Annis 
Gammon of Sheldwich, maiden, 
about 19, d. of John Gammon, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 4, 1624. 

Greenstreete, John, of Preston n. 
Faversham, g., widr., and Ann 
Winsor of Faversham, w. of Francis 
Winsor, late s. p., g., dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. Jacobus Dand of 
Faversham, g., bonds. April 13, 1642. 

Greenstreete, John, the younger, of 
Faversham, g., ba., "about 21 and 
upwards," whose father consents, and 
Ann Napleton of Graveney, v., about 
23, whose parents are dead. At 
Badlesmere or Preston n. Faver- 
sham. March 16, 1643. 

Greenstreet, Michael, of Faversham, 
apothecary, ba., about 26, and Eliza- 
beth Reeve of Maidstone, v., about 
23 (.?), d. of Mr. William Reeve, s. p., 
who consents. At Badlesmere, Thurn- 
ham or Deptling. Dec. 23, 1645. 

Greenstreet, Peter, of Ospringe, g., ba., 
20 and upwards, son of John Green- 



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430 



street, s. p., g., who consents, as is 
testified by James Sliarpe of West- 
well, g., and Deborah Sharpe, d. of 
the said John (sic) Sharpe, about 24. 
At Westwell. John Somner of the 
Precincts of Ch. Ch., Cant., tailor, 
bonds. Oct. 28, 1636. 

Greenstreet, Richard, of Lynstead, 
yeom., ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Margaret Grimsell of 
Teynham, v., about 24, d. of Richard 
Grimsell, late s. p., dec. At Badles- 
mere or Graveney. John Barnes of 
Teynham, yeom., and Edmund 
Wootton, s. p., husb., bonds. June 
2, 1645. 

Greenestreete, Robert, of Ospringe, 
yeom., ba., upwards of 21, and 
Catherine Note of Newnham, 
maiden, about 21, d. of John Note, 
late of Challock, dec, and now 
abiding with Elizabeth Note, s. p., 
w., who consents. At Dodington. 
June 30, 1619. 

Greenestreet, Robert, of Chartham, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Dorothy 
Coveney, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
mother, Judith Bridge, a/ias Coveney, 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
June 26, 1626. 

Greenestreet, Thomas, of Davington, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Ann Dor- 
man of Sheldwich, maiden, about 30, 
d. of Thomas Dorman, late of Wye, 
husb., dec. about 20 years since. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Oct. 23, 1620. 

Greenstreete, Thomas, of Ospringe, 
g., widr., about 31, and Margaret 
Yate of Badlesmere, maiden, about 
23, d. of Richard Yate, clerk, parson 
of Badlesmere, who consents, as is 
testified by Robert Yate, clerk, 
brother of INIargaret. At Badles- 
mere. July 17, 1621. 

Greenetreete, Thomas, of Throwley, 
tailor, widr., about 40, and Mary 
Greenstreet of Eastling, w., about 50, 
relict of Isaac Greenstreet, late s. p., 
dec. At Eastling. July 24, 1627. 

Greenstreet, Thomas, of Eastling, 
yeom., ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Patience Bunce, s. p., 
w. of John Bunce, late s. p., yeom., 
dec. At Preston n. Faversham. 
Thomas Burton of Eastling, g., 
bonds. Sept. 25, 1633 

Greenstreete, Thomas, of Eastling, 
yeom., ba., about 30, whose mother 



consents, and Margaret Peirce of Molash, 
v., about 24, d. of Sampson Peirce, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Nov. 1, 1660. 

Gregory, Henry, and Margaret Robin- 
son, of S. Dunstan's, Cant. At same 
Nov. 27, 1641. 

Grigory, Randolph, of Rolvenden, 
clothier, widr., and Margaret Vow- 
trell, s. p., w. of [blank] Vowtrell, 
late dec. At Newenden. April 28 
1635. 

Gregory, Randolph, of Rolvenden, 
yeom., widr., and Alice Godden of 
Lynton, w. of [blank] Godden, late 
s. p., dec. At Lynton. Allegation 
made by Joseph Freeman of Rolven- 
den, carpenter. Oct. 31, 1642. 

Grigory, Richard, of Petham, yeom., 
widr., and Jane Gillett, s. p., v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Aug. 3, 1636. 

Grigory, William, of Waltham, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Sarah Huntmell 
of Stelling, w. of John Huntmell, 
late dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
William Finch of Stelling, husb., 
bonds. May 3, 1636. 

Grennell, See Greenell. 

Gresham (Gressam), John, of Sturry, 
shoemaker, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Margaret Smith, s. p., v., 
about 33, d. of Katherine Smith, 
a/ias Penny, s. p., w., who consents. 
At same. Jacobus Arnold of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., flax-dresser, and 
Thomas Arnold of Sturrv, black- 
smith, bonds. June 3, 1636. 

Gressam. ^tf Gresham. 

Grewell, Henry, of Hythe, joiner, widr., 
about 48, and Ann Rogers of S. 
Mary's in Dover, w-., about 50, relict 
of John Rogers, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Alphage, Cant. Oct. 2, 1626. 

Grewell, Henry, of Dover, cryer, widr, 
and Jane Dunkin, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of widow Dunkin, s. p., who con- 
sents. At S. Mary's in Dover. 
George Marlow of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, yeom., bonds. Oct. 29, 1632. 

Grewell, John, of New Romney, joiner, 
widr., and Amy Knight, s. p., w. 
of John Knight, late s. p., dec. At 
S. George's, Cant. Joshua Knight 
of S. George'.s, Cant., g., bonds. 
Sept. 9, 1639. 

Grewer, James, of Westwell, linen 
weaver, ba., about 24, and Priscilla 



431 



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432 



Rasell of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., v., about 19, d. of Richard 
Rasell, dec, and of Ann Rasell, alias 
Lucas, now wife of John Lucas of 
Westwcll, who consents, as is testified 
by John Rasell, s. p., maltman. At 
Ch. Ch., Cant. Richard Grewer of 
Westwell, husb., bonds. Nov. 19, 
1632. 

Grewer, Paul, of Westwell, yeom., widr., 
about 60, and Elizabeth Barnar of 
VVillesborough, w., about 60, relict 
of Thomas Barnar, late s. p., dec. 
At Willesborough. Feb. 1, 1625. 

Gruer, Paul, of Westwell, yeom.. widr., 
and Susan Tappenden of Ashford, w. 
of John Tappenden, lale s. p., dec. 
At Kcnnington. Aug. 30, 1632. 

Grewer, Samuel, of Westwell, and 
Susanna Downe of Godmersham. 
[Married at S. RI. Brediu's, Cant., 
June 8, 1627. See Note to Colman, 
Thomas. June 13, 1627.] 

Gruer, Samuel, of Kennington, linen- 
weaver, widr., and Jane Hasell of 
Great Chart, w. of John Hasell, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
George Rutting of Bethersden, 
butcher, bonds. June 30, 1640. 

Grewer, William, of Godmersham, 
miller, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Ann Downe of Selling, 
maiden, about 23, d. of Edward 
Downe, s. p., yeom., dec, and now 
at her own govt. At Crundale. Oct. 
12, 1624. 

Grewer, William, of Godmersham, 
miller, widr., and Ellen Fowler of 
Little Chart, w. of George Fowler, 
late s. p., dec. At Bethersden. July 
27, 1630. 

Grey. Bee Gray. 

Griffin, Christopher, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, mariner, ba., about 26, and 
Deborah Shacklin, s. p., maiden, 
about 30, d. of Joseph Shacklin, late 
of Dover, innholder, dec. about 7 
years since. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Jan. 22, 1622. 

Griffin, Joseph, of Mersham, bricklayer, 
widr., and Ann Wiley, s. p., w. of 
William Wiley, late of Ruckinge, 
dec. At Mersham. Peter Dymond 
of Boughton Aluph, husb., bonds. 
Aug. 2, 1631. 

Grlffine, Joseph, of Mersham, widr., 
and Ann Roplie of Bonnington, w. 
At Mersham. Feb. 22, 1640. 



Griffin, Robert, of Kennardington, 
brazier, ba., about 26, and Susan 
Knight, s. p., w., about 30, relict of 
Daniel Knight, late dec. At S. 
Paul's, Cant. Richard Bankes and 
Thomas Foster of S. Paul's, Cant., 
chapmen, bonds. May 13, 1626. 

Griffin, Simon, of Lympne, glover, and 
Sibyl Ferrier, s. p., w. At same. 
March 4, 1622. 

Griffin, William, of Elham, collarmaker, 
ba., about 27, and Elizabeth Stace of 
Stouting, v., about 18, d. of William 
Stace of Hythe, who is a glover, and 
one that wanders and walks the 
country, so that it is uncertain where 
to find him, to require or request his 
consent ; but Tobias Swaine and 
Solomon Clewland, both of Stouting, 
her kinsmen, and those that have 
from her cradle and childhood taken 
charge of her. and brought her up, 
consent. At S. Paul's, Cant. Oct. 

22, 1632. 

Griffen, William, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, collarmaker, ba , about 27, 
whose father, William Griften, con- 
sents, and Ann Thorowgood, late s. 
p., w. of John Thorowgood, late s. 
p., dec. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Henry Wigmore of Cant., hemp- 
dresser, bonds. Jan. 28, 1660. 

Grigge, Whittingham, of Heme, black- 
smith, ba., about 24, whose mother, 
Christian Griggof Barham, consents, 
and Sarah Hollet of Heme, w. of 
William Hollet, late s. p., dec. At 
Holy Cross, Cant. George Redford 
and Robert Barham, of Holy Cross, 
Cant., blacksmiths, bonds. July 31, 
1641. 

Grlgges, John, of S. Nicholas Olave in 
the city of London, cheesemonger, 
ba., about 26, and Mary Gierke of S. 
Peter's in Sandwich, maiden, about 

23, d. of Joan Corker of the city of 
London, who consents, as is testified 
by James Owsnam of Sandwich, 
grocer. At S. Andrew's, Cant. May 
2, 1625. 

Grlgges, Peter, of Bishopsbourne, miller, 
widr., about 40, and Alice Toakley 
of Bridge, w., about 38, relict of 
Symon Toakley, late s. p., tailor, 
dec. about 2 years since. At Bridge. 
Nov. 3, 1621. 

Griggs, Peter, of Bridge, tailor, ba,, about 
20 ... . [imperfect.] Nov. 17, 1632. 



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MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



434 



Grigges, Peter, of Bridge, tailor, ba., 20, 
son of Henry Grigges, s. p., tailor, 
who consents, and Ursula Hart of 
Patrixbourne, v., about 25, d. of 
Thomas Hart of Chilham, who also 
consents. At All Saint's, Cant. Nov. 
26, 1632. 

Grigges, William, and Elizabeth Croux, 
of Milton n. Sittingbourne. At same. 
Nov. 29, 1635. 

Grigory, See Gregory. 

Grigsbye, Thomas, of Maidst.jne, g., 
ba., about 22, whose parents are 
dead, and Elizabeth Bancks, s. p., 
maiden, about fifteen, d. of John 
Bancks, s. p., g., who consents, as 
is testified by Caleb Bancks, brother 
of the said Elizabeth. At same. 
June 4, 1622. 

Grimes, James, of Brabourne, brick- 
layer, ba., about 26, and Mary Rofe 
of Stanford, maiden, about 20, d. of 
Thomas Rofe, s. p., husb., who con- 
sents. At Brabourne. April 3, 1627. 

Grimsell, John, of Boughton Blean, and 
Frances Philpott of Worth. At 
Worth. May 17, 1619. 

Grimson, Thomas, of Wye, yeom., ba., 
about 40, and Elizabeth Goatley of 
Molash, v., about 27, whose parents 
are dead. At S. George's, Cant. 
Lawrence Goatley of Molash, yeom., 
and Thomas Goatley of Challock, 
yeom., bonds. Aug. 26, 1633. 

Grinnaway. See Greenaway. 

Groomebridge, John, of Goudhurst, 
A'com., widr., about 56, and Alice 
Nash of Harden, w., about 36, relict 
of John Nash, late, s. p.. linen 
weaver, dec. At Marden. Dec. 11,1 622. 

Grove, Abel, of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
tailor, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Abigail Paine, s. p., maiden, 
about 18, d. of Edmund Paine, late 
s. p., linen-draper, dec. about 3 
years since, and now under the govt, 
of Ann Beere, s. p., w., who consents, 
as is testified by Mahaliell Paine, s. 
p., B.A., her brother. At same. Jan. 
8, 1622. 

Grove, John, of Vherst [Ewhurst] in 
Sussex, yeom., widr., about 45, and 
Jane Love of Maidstone, w., about 
30, relict of Edward Love, late s. 
p., dec. At Staplehurst. Allegation 
made and signed by Robert Mar- 
shall of Maidstone, pewtcrer. Nov. 
8, 1619. 



Grove, Robert, of the City of London, 
Salter, ba., about 22, at his own govt., 
and Catherine Knight of Wye, v., 
about 20, d. of John Knight, s. p., 
g., who consents by letter. At 
Kennington. Edward Boone of the 
citv of London, upholster, bonds. 
Dec. 31, 1638. 

Grover, James, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, cordwainer, ba., about 30, 
and Joan Yokeley, s. p., v., about 24, 
whose mother consents, as is testified 
by William Knight of Cant., cord- 
wainer. At Hackington. William 
Fordred of Hackington, tanner, 
bonds. March 26, 1634. 

Grover, Thomas, of Dover, vintner, ba., 
about 27, and Mildred Large, s. p., 
w. of Richard Large, late s. p., 
vintner, dec. At S. James's in Dover. 
Jan. 11, 1634. 

Groves, John, of Northbournc, husb., 
and F^lizabeth Hild, s. p., v. At same. 
Feb. 6, 1620. 

Groves, John, of Molash, bricklayer, 
ba., about 26, and Agnes Phillipps 
of Stalisfield, v., about 28, whose 
parents are dead. At Selling. For- 
tunatus Gray of Molash, butcher, 
bonds. Aug. 11, 1635. 

Gruer. See Giewer. 

Grynnell. &f Greenell. 

Guilham, William, of All Saint's, Cant., 
miller, ba.,21, whose father consents, 
and Mary Plumer of Hackington, v., 
about 30, whose parents are dead. 
At tiackington. John Guilham of 
Cant., bonds. Dec. 31, 1630. 

Guiott, James, alias Jaques, of Dover, 
merchant, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Judith Suzell, s. p., v., 
about the like age, whose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Michael Le Clerq of Holy Cross, 
Cant., silkweaver, and Isaac De 
Lespau of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
woolcomber, bonds. Jan. 2, 1642. 

Gull, John, of Lynton, carpenter, ba., 
24, and Elizabeth Pawlie of Bough- 
ton Monchelsea, v., about 21, d. of 
Susan Pawlie, alias Hammon, of 
Shipborne, who consents, as is 
testified by Gilbert Gull of Lynton 
butcher, father of the said John. At 
Lynton. Oct. 4, 1627. 

Gunne, Henry, and Ann Cockerton, of 
Wingham. At same. F'eb. 9, 1637. 



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436 



Gunn, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
blacksmith, widr., and Agnes Overy, 
s. p., v., about 24 or 25, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. May 12, 1642. 

Gunne, William, of Staplehurst, clothier, 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Naldred, 
s. p., w. of John Naldred, late of 
Tenterden, dec. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Aug. 21, 1640. 

Gunnell, Edward, and Joan Petteman, 
of Deal. At same. 'Dec. 27, 1630. 

Guns, John, of S. Michael's, Harble- 
down, millcner, widr., and Elizabeth 
Bossingham, s. p., spr., about 30, d. 
of [blank] Kelton, s. p., who con- 
sents, as is testified by John Oilman 
of S. Dunstan's, Cant., hempdresser. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Samuel 
Wood of S. Dunstan's, woolcomber, 
bonds. Sept. 3, 1639. 

Gunsley, Robert, of Queenborough, 
clerk, widr., and Jane Prisley of 
Rodmersham, v., about 17, d. of 
Jane Prisley, alias Wilton, wife of 
William Wilton, s. p., who consents. 
At Rodmersham. Osmund Glutting 
of Eastchurch, clerk, bonds. April 
19, 1631. 

Gtinsly, Robert, clerk, curate of Queen- 
borough, widr., and Elizabeth Warry- 
ner of Faversham, v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead. At Oare. 
Thomas Staple of Cant., girdler, 
bonds. Aug. 4, 1632. 

Gunner, Thomas, of Coldred, yeom., 
ba., about 32 or 33, and Joan Gibbes 
of Worth, v., about 20, d. of Richard 
Gibbes, s. p., )'eom., who consents. 
At Worth or Kingstone. John 
Gibbes of Bishopsbourne, yeom., 
bonds. March 1, 1640. 

Gurney, Edward, of Coldred, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Thomasine Quilter of 
S. John's in Thanet, v., about 19, d. 
of John Quilter, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. George's, Cant. 
April 1, 1643. 

Gurney, John, of Coldred, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Mary Marsh of East 
Langdon, v., about 21, d. of Marie 
Marsh, alias Grant, of Ouston, w., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Marsh of E, Langdon, g. 
At Eythorne. Oct. 27, 1632. 

Gurney, John, of Eythorne, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Denne of Tilman- 
stone, w. of John Denne, late, s. p., 



dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Thomas Rogers of Ham, g., bonds. 
June 9, 1642. 

Gu rre, Thomas, of Sandhurst, yeom., 
ba., seventeen and upwards, whose 
parents are dead, and Ann Cutbush 
of Newenden, v., about 19, d. of 
Edward Cutbush, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified bj' Roger 
Nash, s. p., yeom. At Sandhurst or 
Newenden. Alexander Fowle of 
Cant., apothecary, bonds. Allegation 
made and signed by William Watmer, 
Notary Public, one of the Procu- 
rators of this court. Dec. 4, 1639. 

Gutteridge, Isaac, married Sarah Willes 
by license. Sept. 17, 1643. From 
the Reg. of Holy Cross, Cant. Note. 
There is no allegation to correspond 
with this. 

Guy, James, of Faversham, cordwainer, 
ba., about 30, whose mother con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Ludsome, s. p., 
w. of [blank] Ludsome, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Peter's Cant. Feb. 5, 
1639. 

Guy, John, of Dover, tailor, ba., about 
24, and Thomasine Mihell of Great 
Mongeham, maiden, about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At G. Mongeham. 
July 28, 1627. 

Guy, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, sailor, 
ba,, about 26, whose mother con- 
sents, and Jane Atkins, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Henry Atkins of 
Dover, tailor, who also consents. At S. 
Mary's in D. Dec. 26, 1634. 

Guyse, Thomas, of Wittersham, collier, 
widr., and Alice Haffenden of Cran- 
brook, w. of John Haffenden, late s. 
D., dec. At Cranbrooke. Feb. 24, 
'1629. 

Guyse, Thomas, of Cranbrook, collier, 
widr., and Elizabeth Kendred of 
Hawkhurst, w. of [blank] Kendred, 
late dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
John Davis of Cranbrook, husb., 
and John BuUee (.'') of Bethersden, 
grocer, bonds. Feb. 1, 1636. 

Gwynn, Hugh, of Ricksam in the county 
of Devon, g., ba., about 30, and 
Elizabeth Robertes of S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant., v., about 17, d. of John 
Robertes, s. p., g., who consents. 
At Thanington or S. J\L Bredin's. 
Jan. 2, 1636. Nole. Probably Bri.x- 
ham is meant. I find no such place 
as " Ricksam." 



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Gwynnejohn, of Sittingbourne, milliner, 
ba., 25 and upwards, and Mary 
Smithiatt, s. p., v., about 21. whose 
parents arc dead. At All Saints', 
Cant. Aug. 2, 1631. 

Gwyn (Gi^-n), John, and Mary Mead, 
of S. Mary's in Dover. At same. 
March 21, 1642. 

Gyles. See Giles. 

Haccomplaint, Edward, of Halden, g., 
widr., about 50, and Alice Vinall, s. 
p., maiden, about 39, d. of [blank] 
Vinall. At same. July 3, 1622. 

Haccomplaint, Jeftery, of Egerton, g., 
ba., 40 and upwards, and Ann Had- 
low, s. p., v., about 24, d. of one 
Hadlow, dec, and now at her own 
govt. At same. Nov. 4, 1629. 

Hackett, John. — John Rooke, of Dod- 
ington, tailor, alleges that John 
Hackett of Northfleet, yeom., ba., 
about 26, intends to marry Elizabeth 
Rooke of Doddington, v., 21, d. of 
the said John Rooke. At Rainham. 
Sept. 21, 1638. 

Hadd, Matthew, of Cant., g., ba., about 
24, with his father's consent, and 
Margaret Sprackling of S. Lawrence 
in Thanet, v., about 20, d. of Robert 
Sprackling, s. p., Esquire, who con- 
sents. At S. Lawrence. Henry 
Hadd of Cant., g., bonds. Nov. 18, 
1631. 

Hadd, Thomas, of Sturrj', g., ba., about 
42, and Mary Brodnax of S. Paul's, 
Cant., w., about 30, relict of John 
Brodnax, late of Sellindge, g., dec. 
about 2 years since. At Westbere, 
" by reason that the church of West- 
bere is nigher to Thomas Hadds 
house." Feb. 19, 1622. 

Haddoway, John, of Fordwich in the 
chapclry of Hoath, husb., ba., about 
20, whose father, Philip Haddoway, 
consents, and Ann Bridger of Lydd, 
v., about 20, d. of Thomas Bridger, 
and Catherine his wife, late of 
Kennardington, dec. At Heme. 
Feb. 8. 1641. 

Haddoway, Thomas, of Chislet, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father, Philip 
Haddoway, consents, and Susan 
Drayson, s. p. v., about 25, d. of 
Christopher Drajson, who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Thomas 
Young of Cant., innholder. At S. 
]\L Magdalene, Cant. John Capet 



of Cant., clothier, bonds. Nov. 22, 
1638. No/e. HoUoway in the index 
to the original. 

Hadlow, Edward, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, husb., ba., about 28, 
whose mother, Sibyl Hadlow, con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Barker of 
Berstead, w. of Thomas Barker, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Richard Gwynn of Thurnham, g., 
bonds. July 16, 1640. 

Hadlow, Godfrey, of S. Peter's, Cant, 
becrbrewer, ba., about 25, and 
Abigail Tayler of Ch. Ch., Cant., v., 
about 20, d. of Mary Savin, alias 
Tayler, of Postling, w., whoconsents. 
At S. Peter's. John Harnett of 
Thanington, husb., bonds. June 6, 
1636. 

Hadly, John, of Birchington, brick- 
maker, widr., and Alice Hadlow, s. 
p., w. of Robert Hadlow, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Magdalene, Cant. 
Dec. 22, 1628. 

Had man, Richard, and Elizabeth Warren, 
of Frittenden. At same. Feb. 5, 1629. 

Had man, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, blacksmith, widr., and Sarah 
Ward of Knowlton, v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At S. 
George's, Cant. William Welton of 
Cant., innholder, bonds. Oct. 12, 
1639. 

Had nam, John, of Chilham, blacksmith, 
ba., about 30, and Sarah Sammon, 
s. p., w., about 34, relict of Henry 
Sammon of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
sailor, dec. about 9 years since. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. Nov. 26, 1621. 

Hadnam, Thomas, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, blacksmith, ba., about 29, and 
Naomi Cloake of Woodnesborough, 
v., about 28, at her own govt. At 
S. George's, Cant. Francis Loding- 
ton of Cant., chirurgeon, bonds. 
Oct. 9, 1626. 

Hadnam, William, of S. George's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 28, and Jane Lad 
of S. Peter's, Cant., maiden, about 
24, d. of William Lad, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Peter 
Johnson of Cant., tailor. At S. 
Peter's. Oct. 24, 1627. . 

Haffenden, Garrett, of Tenterden, 
yeom., widr., about 45, and Mary 
Curtys, s. p., w., about 40, relict of 
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dec. At Kennardington, because the 
minister there is her very good 
friend. Nov. 26, 1625. 

Haffenden, George, of New Romney, 
butcher, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Kinge of Snave, v., 
about 19, who, her father being dead, 
is now under the govt, of Mary 
Haynes, alias Kinge, wife of Thomas 
Haynes, s. p., who consents, as is 
testified by the said Thomas Haynes. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. May 22, 
1627. 

Haffenden, George, of Tenterden, 
ycom., widr., and Joan Andrew of 
Ashford, w. At Kennington or 
Halden. John Dine of Ashford, g., 
and John Denn, s. p., grocer, bonds. 
Oct. 17, 1638. 

Haffenden, George, of Smarden, yeom., 
ba , about 22, whose father consents, 
and Mary Haffenden, s. p., w. of 
John Haffenden, late s. p., dec. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Giles Bishop and 
Arthur Mason, of Smarden, clothiers, 
bonds. Aug. 9, 1644. 

Haffenden, George, of Brenzet, Jurat, 
widr., and Mary Mersh of the Gray 
Friars, Cant., v., about 20, whose 
parents are dead, and she at the 
govt, of her grandmother, Alice 
Mersh, w , who consents, as is tes- 
tified by William Symons of the (j. 
Friars, g. At S. Mildred's, S. 
Andrew's or All Saints', Cant. 
William Mersh, of Brookland, yeom., 
bonds. Dec. 14, 1644. 

Haffenden, John, of Eastchurch, husb., 
ba., about 27, and Agnes Burch, s. p., 
w., about 28, relict of Nicholas Burch, 
late dec. At same. Feb. 16, 1628. 

Haffenden, John, of Smarden, clothier, 
ba , 20 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Swift, s. p., v., 
about 29, d. of Frances Swift, s. p., 
w., who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Sergeant, s. p., clothier. At 
Smarden orHeadcorn. June 27, 1640. 

Haffenden, Martin, of Willesborough, 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Sarah 
Brooke, s. p., v., 30 and upwards, at 
her own govt. At same. Samuel 
Harlestun of Cant., linendraper, 
bonds. Oct. 30, 1641. 

Haffenden, Richard, of Tenterden, 
clothier, ba., about 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Grace Dand of Selling, 
v., about 19, d. of William Dand, 



clerk, vicar of the same, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Francis 
Wynsor of Faversham, g. At Selling. 
April 21, 1636. 

Haffenden, Richard, of Tenterden, yeom., 
widr., and Alary Reader of Aldington, 
w., of Daniel Reader, late s. p., dec. 
At Willesborough. Oct. 12, 1642. 

Haffenden, Thomas, of Headcorn, 
butcher, ba., about 22, and Elizabeth 
Wigsfll, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of [blank] Wigsell, late of Fritten- 
den, dec. At Headcorn. Nov. 23, 
1619. 

Haige, Edmund, of Deal, seaman, ba., 
about 25, and Susan Hurlestone, s. 
p., v., about 30, whose parents are 
dead. At Walmer. Edward Denne 
of Cant., vintner, bonds. June 24, 
1641. 

Haines, See Flaynes. 

Hakes, William, of Stockbury, ycom., 
widr., about 52, and Mercy Piatt, s. 
p., w., about 40, relict of Thomas 
Piatt, late dec. At Bobbing. Dec. 
17, 1627. 

Hakinge, Robert, of Cheriton, husb., 
widr., and Elizabeth Godden of 
Elham, v., about 35. At S. M. 
Bredin's. Cant. Noneus Dolman of 
Cant., cutler, and Robert Luckes of 
Elham. husb.. bonds. Sept. 19, 1660. 

Halden (Hallden), John, of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., weaver, ba., about 26, and 
Agnes Browne of Boughton Aluph, 
maiden, about 22, d. of William 
Browne of Wye, blacksmith, who 
consents, as is testified by Edward 
Strong of S. Mildred's, Cant., weaver. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. June 5, 
1621. 

Halden, Peter, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
tailor, widr., and Elizabeth Ladd of 
Heme, w. of Thomas Ladd, late 
dec. At S. Andrew's. John Hal- 
den of Cant., weaver, bonds. Feb. 
20, 1631. 

Hales, George, of Faversham, baker, ba., 
about 24, and Elizabeth Fidge of 
Little Chart, v., about 19, d. of 
David Fidge of Faversham, }-eom., 
who consents. At Faversham. Nov. 
27, 1633. 

Hales, George, of P'aversham, baker, 
widr., about 30, and Rebecca Ken- 
net of Dover, v., about 30, d of 
[blank] Kennet, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Mr. 



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Randolph Partridge (Pertricli). s. p. 
At All Saints', Cant. Jacobus Buck- 
hurst of Dover, baker, bonds. July 

4, 1639. 

Hales, lames, of S. James's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 25, and Mary 
Ilaselwood, s. p., maiden, about 19, 
d. of John Haselwood, s. p., baker, 
who consents. At same. Jan. 11,1 622. 

Hales, James, of S. James's in Dover, 
seaman, widr., and Elizabeth Hollet, 
s. p., w. of Timothy Hollet, late s. 
p., dec. At Buckland n. Dover. 
May 27, 1640. 

Hales, John, of Tunstall, anniger, and 
Christian Cromer, s. p., v. At same. 
Dec. 15, 1624. 

Hales, John, of Kingstone, g., ba., 
about 21, and Mary Tooke of S. 
Margaret Atcliff, v., about 18, d. of 
Thomas Tooke, s. p., g., who con- 
sents. At S. Marg. AtclifiF. Jan. 3, 
1637. 

Hales, Michael, of Ashford, vintner, ba., 
about 28, and Phyllis Mascall, s. p., 
v., about 19, whose parents are dead. 
At Kingsnorth. June 14, 1626. 

Hales, William, of Dover Castle, gunner, 
ba., about 65, and Agnes Johnson of 

5. Mary's in Dover, w. of William 
Johnson, late s. p.. dec. At Guston. 
Jan. 26, 1635. 

Haike (Hawke), Norton, of Bircholt, g., 
ba., about 24, whose father, William 
Halke, consents, and Elizabeth Tay- 
ler of Elmstead, v., about 18, whose 
parents are dead, and she now at 
the govt, of Sir John Honywood, 
Knight, who also consents. At 
Elmstead. May 30, 1638. 

Halke, Richard, of S. Lawrence inThanet, 
maltster, ba , about 25, and Barbara 
Prior of Ash, maiden, about 22, d. 
of Daniel Prior, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Clement's in Sandwich. July 
7, 1619. 

Halke, Thomas, of S. Nicholas, Harble- 
down, yeom., widr., and Margaret 
Seare of Heme, w. of John Searue 
[or Searne], late s. p., dec. At S. 
Michael's, Harbledown. Sept. 5, 
1629. See Hawke. 

Hall, Edward, of'Ashoord" [.^Ashford] 
in Kent, ba., about 23, and Ann 
Quested, s. p., maiden, about 24, 
d. of Robert Quested, s. p., cord- 
wainer, who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. June 17, 1619. 



Hall, Edward, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
and Ann Holland, s. p. At same. 
Dec. 23, 1619. 

Hall, Francis, ofMersham, g., ba , about 
30, and Sarah Sitturne, s. p., v., 
about 31, whose parents are dead. 
At same. George Bingham of S. 
Martin's, Cant., maltster, bonds. 
Feb. 17, 1641. 

Hall, Gabriel, of Boughton Maiherbe, 
g., ba., about 27, and Joan Trendall 
of Boxley, maiden, about 24, whose 
mother consents. At Bo.xley. April 
17, 1628. 

Hall, George, of Westwell, tailor, ba., 
27, and Mary Gridweeke, s. p., v., 
about 24, who, her fatlier being 
dead, is now under the govt, of Setii 
Gridweeke, who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 24, 1626. 

Hall, Henry, of Willesborough, g., ba., 
about 35, and Katherine Coppin, s. 
p., v., about 25, d. of Mrs. Coppin 
of Bekesbourne, w., who consents. 
At, S. M. Bredin's, Cant. John Upton 
of Sheldwich, husb., bonds. June 
21, 1645. 

Hall, James, of S. Mar^-'s in Dover, sailor, 
ba., about 30, and Judith Marshall, 
s. p.. v., about 20, d. of William 
Marshall of Dover, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in D. Henry Peeke 
and John Peeke of Cant., bonds. 
May 14, 1636. 

Hall, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., cord- 
winder, ba., about 24, and Ann 
Hughson, maiden, about 23, d. of 
Robert Hughson, late of London, 
grocer, dec, now at her own govt. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Richard 
Thurstonn of Thurnham, yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 9, 1621. 

Hall, John, of Wingham, weaver, ba., 
about 40, and Amy Laming of S. 
John's in Thanet, w., about 42, relict 
of Roger Laming, late s. p., dec. At 
S. John's. Oct. 23, 1627. 

Hawie, John, of Great IMongeham, and 
Petronella Chedwicke of Barfrestone. 
At Barfrestone. Nov. 30, 1630. 

Hall, John, of Ivychurch, husb., widr., 
and Elisan Day, s. p., w. of John Day, 
late of New Romney, dec. At 
Kennardington. Laurence Barr of 
Brenzet, yeom., bonds. Oct. 17, 1634. 

Hall, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, mariner, 
ba., about 22, whose father consents. 



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and Ellen Carr, s. p., v., about 20, 
whose parents are dead. At same. 
Feb. 1, 1636. 

Hall, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet.yeom., 
widr., and Mary Sampson, s. p., v., 
about 37, d. of Jeremy Sampson, s. 
p., who consents. At Birchington. 
March 13, 1638. 

Hall, John, of Ebony, yeom., widr., and 
Agnes Lucas of St. Alphage, Cant., 
v., about 30. At Ebony or Snargate. 
Nicholas Justice of Cant., plumber, 
bonds. July 22, 1644. 

Hall, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet.yeom., 
ba., about 21, whose parents are dead, 
and Susan Quilter of S. John's in 
Thanet, v., about 20, d. of John 
Quilter, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by Henry Twyman of 
Cant., woollendraper. At S. John's 
in T. or S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Feb. 
3, 1645. 

Hall, Michael, of Biddenden, yeom., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Drayner, s. 
p., maiden, about 18, who, her parents 
being dead, her brother, Robert 
Drayner, consents, as is testified by 
Ambrose Drayner, another brother 
of hers. At same. July 24, 1626. 

Hall, Nevile (Nevell), of Kennington, 
Esquire, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Mary Brooke of HartHp, 
v., about 30, at her own govt. At 
Upchurch. Richard Best of S. 
Lawrence n. Cant., ai\, bonds. Sept. 
26, 1629. 

Hall, Nicholas, of Goodnestone n. Wing- 
ham, husb., ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Jane Kempe of Wingham, 
v., about 27, d. of William Kempe, 
s. p., husb., who consents. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. April 22, 1628. 

Hall, Richard, of Boxley, husb., widr., 
about 40, and Mary Mercy, s. p., w., 
about 28, relict of Thomas Mercy, 
late dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
March 12, 1626. 

Hall, Richard, of Fordwich, husb., widr., 
and Margaret Bate, s. p., v., about 
36. At S. Martin's, Cant., or Little- 
bourne. Jan. 23, 1642. 

Hall, Richard, married Mary Olfeil by 
lincence. Jane 29, 1646. From the 
Reg. of Holy Cross, Cant. Note. 
There is no allegation to correspond 
with this. 

Hall, Robert, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
labourer, widr., about 40, and Joan 



Mihill of Hearne, spr., about 34, d. 
of George Mihill of Heme, husb., 
dec. about 4 years since, now at 
her own govt. At Thanington. Jan. 
23, 1621. 

Hall, Robert, of Maidstone, mariner, ba., 
22, at his own govt., and Dorothy 
Jackson, s. p., v., of the like age, d. 
of John Jackson, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by a certificate from 
" Mr. John Sallockett, coadiutor 
with Mr. Robert Barrel), curate 
there." At same. Nov. 16, 1630. 

Hall, Robert, of Sutton n. Dover, black- 
smith, ba., about 24, whose father, 
William Hall, consents, and Eliza- 
beth Tompson ofLyminge, v., about 
21, d. of Jane Tompson, w., who 
also consents, as is testified by her 
d., Mary Tompson. At Lyminge. 
Thomas Thompson of S. Alphage, 
Cant., smith, bonds. Dec. 29, 1641. 

Hall, Robert, of Ashford, glazier, ba., 
about 22, whose father, Charles Hall 
of Durham, consents, as is testified 
by Henry Ledbeater, of Ashford, 
glazier, and Catherine Shaw, s. p., 
v., about 32, whose parents are dead. 
At Ashford. April 5, 1643. 

Hall, Samuel, of Ashford, g., ba., about 
25, and Joan Knot of S. Mildred's, 
Cant., v., about 18, d. of George 
Knot, s. p., beerbrewer, who consents, 
as is testified by John Rabies of 
Cant., maltman. AtBoughton Aluph. 
July 15, 1629. 

Hall, Simon, of Reculver, bricklayer, 
widr., about 40, and Agnes Tanner, 
s. p., w., about 36, relict of Thomas 
Tanner, late s. p., dec. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Sept. 24, 1628. 

Hall, Simon, of Reculver, bricklayer, 
widr., and Sarah Rabson of Chislet, 
w. of Jonas Rabson, dec. At Chislet. 
Edward Sayer of Reculver, husb., 
bonds. June 26, 1633. 

Hall, Thomas, of Hythe, sailor, widr., 
about 30, and Sarah Jancock. s. p., 
maiden, about 26, d. of Clement 
Jancock of Elham, husb., who con- 
sents, as is testified by Richard Jan- 
cock of Elham, husb., brother of 
the said Sarah. At Elham. April 
3, 1621. 

Hall, Thomas, of Oare, sailor, ba., about 
25, and Elizabeth Mayney, s. p , 
maiden, about 20, d. of Richard 
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and now under the govt, of Ellen 
Rlayney, alias Knight, wife of John 
Knight, s. p., who consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. July 15, 1624. 

Hall, Thomas, of Hinxhill, weaver, widr., 
and Elizabeth Fagg, s. p., w. of 
Richard Fagg, late dec. At Kenn- 
ington. Henry Essex of Cant., 
silkweaver, bonds. June 3, 1633. 

Hall, Thomas, and Lydia Rich, of S. 
Michael's, Harbledown. At same. 
Jan. 29, 1637. 

Hall, William, of Mersham, widr., about 
30, and Joan Ancell, s. p., w., about 
27, late wife of Richard Ancell, s. 
p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
May 31, 1619. 

Hall, William, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 33, and Elizabeth 
Doggerell, s. p., w., about 30, relict 
of Henry Doggerell, late s. p., dec. 
At Thanington. June 27, 1625. 

Hall, William, of Sevington. g., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Wood of 
Marden, v., about 18, d. of John 
Wood, clerk, vicar of Marden, who 
consents. At Lynton or Marden. 
May 1, 1627. 

Hall, William, of Smeeth, g., ba., about 
29, and Catherine Rooke, s. p., v., 
about 18, d. of George Rooke, late 
s. p., g., dec. At same. Jan. 15, 
1635. 

Hall, William, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
tailor, ta., about 20, son of William 
Hall, s. p , tailor, who consents, as 
is testified by Robert Sedweeke of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., sherman, and 
Dionis White of Godmersham, v., 
about 22, d. of Richard White, s. p., 
who also consents. At Godmersham. 
Dec. 12, 1642. A^o/e. " Vacat " 
entered in the margin. 

Hal let, John, of the Precincts of Ch. Ch., 
Cant., g., widr., about 32, and Bar- 
bara Peryent, of Ford n. Reculver, 
maiden, about 17, d. of Thomas 
Perient, late of Colchester in Essex, 
Esquire, dec, and now under the 
govt., of her brother. Sir Thomas 
Perient of Ford, Knight, who con- 
sents. At Reculver. John Edolph 
of S. George's, Cant., armiger, bonds. 
March 31, 1624. 

Hal let, Thomas, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Sarah Somes of Recul- 
ver, maiden, about 22, d. of [blank] 
Somes, late of Ash, hush., dec, and 



now at her own govt. At Reculver. 
Oct. 11, 1623. 

Hal let, William, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 29, and Thomasine Luckett of 
Sheldwich, w. of Thomas Luckett, 
late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Plenrv Waller of Selling, yeom., 
bonds. July 7. 1645. 

Halsnod (Horsnett), James, of Huckinge, 
husb., ba., about 24, whose parents 
are dead, and Mary Reader, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Robert Reader, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At same. April 
25, 1642. 

Halsnode, John, of Kennington, husb., 
widr., about 52, and Mary Gibbons, 
s. p., maiden, about 24, d. of John 
Gibbons late of Willesborough, dec. 
AtS. Margaret's, Cant. June 28, 1619. 

Halsnode, John, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 26, whose father. 
John Halsnode, consents, and 
Margaret Ladd of S. Peter's, Cant., 
v., about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Peter's. Feb. 4, 1G33. 

Halsnod, Robert, of Bredgar, g., ba., 
about 24, and Susan Harris of Sitting- 
bourne, maiden, about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At Bobbing. Oct. 
7, 1625. 

Halsnode, Robert, of Lenham, and 
Christian Partridge of Deal. At Deal. 
April 2, 1632. 

Halsnode, Simon, of Faversham, salter, 
about 26, and Ann Burton, s. p., 
maiden, about 26, whose parents are 
dead. At S. George's, Cant. Thomas 
Williams of S. George's, wagoner, 
bonds. May 16, 1627. 

Halsnode, William, of Leeds, j-eom., 
ba., about 23, son of William Hals- 
node, who consents, and Elizabeth 
Reynoldes of Hollingbouine, v., 
about 19, d. of Ann Reynolds, s. p., 
w., who also consents, as is testified 
by Edward Poore of Leeds, yeom. 
At Hollingbourne or Huckinge. 
June 25, 1635. 

Halsnode, William, of Leeds, yeom , 
widr., and Ann Reynoldes, relict of 
Thomas Reynoldes, g., late of Holl- 
ingbourne, dec. At Hollingbourne. 
Sept. 25, 1635. 

Ham, John, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, mariner, widr., about 30, and 
Alice JMollan of S. Peler's in Sand- 
wich, w., about 35, relict of John 
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about 3 years since. At VVickham- 
breux. Thomas Hallywell of S. 
Clement's in Sandwich, mariner, 
bonds. Aug. 7, 1621. 

Hambrooke, George, of Lympne.husb., 
ba., about 33, and Elizabeth James, 
s. p., w. of Richard James, late s. 
p., dec. At same. Oct. 15, 1639. 

Hambrooke, Richard, of Hougham, 
yeom., ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Christian Brenchley of 
Beau.xfield, alias Whitfield, maiden, 
about 17, d. of William Brenchley, 
s. p., husb., who consents. At East 
Langdon. Dec. 23, 1626. 

Hambrooke, Robert, of Rlonkton, 
husb., ba., about 30, whose mother, 
Joan Hambrooke, consents, and 
Patience Baker of Sturry, v., about 
28, d. of Henry Baker, s. p., who 
also consents. Richard Hawke of 
Cant., innholder, bonds. Oct. 18, 
1638. 

Hamidge, Daniel, of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
embroiderer, ba., about 42, and 
Edith Haines, s. p., w. of John 
Haine, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Thomas Hamage, s. p., victualler, 
bonds. May 24, 1634. 

Ham midge, Nicholas, of the Precincts 
of Ch. Ch., Cant., and Joan Clement 
of S. Martin's, Cant. At S. Martin's. 
Jan. 9, 1622. 

Hammnell, Daniel, of Cranbrook, 
yeom., ba., about 26, and Ann Tol- 
herst, s. p., v., about 38, whose 
parents are dead. At Marden, 
because Mr. Wood, minister there, 
is a very special friend of his, etc. 
Oct. 12, 1626. 

Hammon, Adam, of Folkestone, malt- 
ster, widr., and Mildred S wanton, s. 
p., v., about 26, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Edmund Baker of Folkestone, cord- 
wainer, bonds. Sept. 22, 1642. 

Hammon, Anthony, of Nonington, 
armiger, and Mary Digges, d. of 
"Dulei" [Dudley] Digges of Chil- 
ham, miles. At Chilham. June 21, 
1633. 

Hammon, Edward, of Northbourne, 
hu?b., ba., 26, whose father consents, 
and Elizabeth Daddes, s. p., v., about 
22, whose parents are dead. At S. 
M. Bredin's, Cant. Stephen Sampson 
of Northbourne, g., bonds. Feb. 
20, 1642. 



Hamon, Ezekiel, of Sturry, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Margaret Waddell, s. 
p., w., about 40, relict of Nicholas 
Waddell, late s. p., husb., dec. At 
Hackington. July 19, 1624. 

Hamon, Henry, of Walmer, yeom., ba., 
about 29, and Mary Hobgood, s. p., 
v., about 23, d. of William Hobgood, 
s. p., who consents. Aiithony Broom- 
stone of Walmer, clerk, and William 
Hamond of Great Mongeham.yeom., 
bonds. Oct. 3, 1627. 

Hammon, James, ofS. Mary's in Dover, 
carpenter, ba., about 24, whose 
father, Richard Hamon, consents, 
and Jane Baker, s. p., v., about 20, 
d. of William Baker, s. p., seaman, 
who also consents, as is testified by 
Edmund Hamon of Dover, baker, 
and William Hamon, s. p., cooper. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. April 15, 
1639. 

Hammon, James, of Dover, carpenter, 
widr., and Joan Hopkins, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Elizabeth Hopkins, 
s. p., w., who consents. At S. 
Martin's, Cant. Francis Johnson of 
Cant., husb., bonds. Feb. 3, 1643. 

Hamman, John, of Chilham, labourer, 
ba., about 24, and Mary Sainct of 
Minster in Thanet, maiden, about 
24, d. of Nicholas Sainct, s. p., husb., 
who consents, as is testified by John 
Cruse of S. Dunstan's, Cant., car- 
penter. At S. Dunstan's, Cant. 
Feb. 19, 1620. 

Hammon, John, of Oare, mariner, 
widr., about 31, and Ann Gammon, 
s. p., maiden, about 30, d. of Samuel 
Gammon, late of Marden, tailor, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. May 12, 1621. 

Hamon, John, of Oare, sailor, widr., 
and Isabel Hartlie of Faversham, 
v., about 30, d. of Thomas Hartly 
and Elizabeth his wife, dec, and 
now at her own govt. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Sept. 7, 1629. 

Hamon, John, of Oare, seaman, widr., 
and Hester Soale of Faversham, w. 
of John Soale, late s. p., dec. " In 
the chappell of St. Nicholas neere 
Harbledown." Henry Holten of 
Faversham, seaman, bonds. June 
15, 1640. 

Hammon, John, of Dover, carpenter, 
ba., about 26, and Elizabeth Butler, 
s. p., v., about 22, d. of [blank] 



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450 



Butler, s. p., w., who consents. At 
S. Mary's in Dover, where they both 
dwell. John Kitchen of Cant, 
tailor, bonds. Dec. 3, 1642. 

Hammon, John, of Alkham, yeom., 
widr., and Faith Hammon of Dover, 
w. of William Hammon, late s. p., 
dec. At Newington n. Hythe or 
Cheriton. Thomas Bowdler of 
Hackington, gardener, bonds. Aug. 
8, 1644.' 

Hamon, Michael, of Brabourne, car- 
penter, widr., and Margery Robertes, 
s. p., w. of Edmund Robertes, late 
s. p., dec. At same. March 17, 1631. 

Hamon, Nicholas, of Dover, sailor, ba , 
about 26, and Agnes Haslewood, s. 
p., maiden, about 19, d. of John 
Haslewood, s. p., baker, who makes 
this allegation, and consents. At 
Deal. Aug. 12, 1620. 

Hamon, Nicholas, of Hoath, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Jane Barrett of Chislet, 
v., about 19, d. of Paul Barret, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Dec. 19, 1640. 

Hammon, Nicholas, of Hoath, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Gurney of 
Northbourne, v., about 28. At North- 
bourne, Knowlton or Elmstone. 
Edward Gurney of Coldred, yeom., 
bonds. Aug. 1, 1615. 

Hamon, Peter, of Staplehurst, yeom., 
ba., about 36, and Alice Slayney, s. 
p., w., about 35, relict of Richard 
Slajmey, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Robert Gore of 
Staplehurst, yeom., and William 
Gore of East Farleigh, yeom., bonds. 
Oct. 22, 1627. 

Hamon, Richard, of Chislet, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Cooper, s. p., w. of 
William Cooper, late s. p., dec. April 
20, 1631. 

Hamon, Robert, of Saltwood, yeom., 
widr., about 38, and Mary Partridge 
of Elham, w., about 28, relict of 
Stephen Partridge, late of Lyminge, 
dec. At Elham. Aug. 13, 1627. 

Hammond, Robert, of Hackington, 
Esquire, ba., about 45, and Mary 
Weston, s. p., w. of Nicholas Weston, 
late dec. At same. Thomas Tremell 
of Sturry, g., bonds. Dec. 30, 1634. 

Hamon, Robert, of Staplehurst, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Mary Domine, 
alias Fullager, v., about 27, d. of 
William Fullager, alias Domine, of 



Headcorn, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Richard Bull of Bethersden, 
yeom. At Headcorn. April 10, 1638. 

Hammon, Robert, and Mary Rigden, of 
Bekcsbourne. Atsame. Mayl3, 1640. 

Hammon, Thomas, of Minster in 
Sheppy, husb., ba., about 24, and 
Letlice Redmonds, s. p., maiden, 
about 20, d. of Richard Redmonds 
of Milton, sailor, who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Smothing of 
Milton, sailor. At Milton. Nov. 18, 
1621. 

Hamon, Thomas, of Acrise, Esquire, 
widr., and Mary Mennesof Woodnes • 
borough, v., about 27, whose mother 
consents. At Woodnesborough. 
Edwin Aucher of Acrise, armiqer, 
bonds. Feb. 26, 1630. Note. This 
date ought, I think, to be Feb. 16, 
or 17. 

Hammon, Thomas, of Faversham, 
saddler, ba., 31, and Elizabeth 
Bennet, s. p., w. At same. Sept. 
12, 1638. 

Hammon, William, of Staplehurst, 
clothier, ba., about 30, and Ellen 
Smith of Goudhurst, v., about 27, 
whose parents are dead. At Harriet- 
sham, because Hugh Knolden, s. p., 
his brother-in-law, has made pro- 
vision for his wedding dinner, " and 
the minister of the parish is allready 
appointed to make a sermon at the 
same." May 4, 1627. 

Hamon,William, ofPaddlesworth,yeom., 
ba., about 26, and Amy Hamon of 
Folkestone, v., about 25, d. of Joseph 
Hamon, dec, and of Judith Hamon, 
s. p., w., who consents. At Paddles- 
worth. Feb. 19, 1630. 

Hampton, Robert, of Harbledown, 
• whitesmith, widr., and Catherine 
Baker, of S. M. Northgate, Cant., 
w. of John Baker, late s. p., dec. At 
S. M. Northgate. July 28, 1630. 

Hancocke, Hugh, of Kingsdown, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Mary Collard of 
Westwell, v., about 38. At Chartham. 
Nicholas Loryman of Westwell, husb., 
and Richard Collard, s. p., husb., 
bonds. April 13, 1637. 

Handfeild, Thomas, of Ulcombe, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Elizabeth Kennard 
of Borden, v., 22, d. of John Kennard, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At 
Borden. Nov. 13, 1623. 

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452 



Hanford, John, of Cranbrook, yeom., 
ba., about 38, and Catherine Moreleu, 
s. p., v., about 23, whose mother, who 
is living at Benenden, consents. At 
Frittenden. Jan. 11, 1632. 

Handford, John, of Lenham, barber 
chirurgeon, widr., and Elizabeth 
Allen of Boughton Malherbe, v., 
about 24, d. of Robert Allen, s. p.. 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 
by Daniel Nash of Lenham, inn- 
holder. At S. M. Nerthgate, Cant. 
Dec. 3, 1641. 

Hand ley, Nicholas, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 26, whose parents 
are dead, and Ellen Honis of S. 
Mildred's, Cant., v., about 23, d. of 
"Anne or Agnes" Honis, a/iasDed- 
man, wife of Thomas Dedman, who 
consents. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 
Ambrose Snapes and John Wood, of 
S. Mildred's, Cant., brickmakers, 
bonds. Jan. 19, 1641. 

Manning, Edward, of Heme, husb., ba., 
about 20, and Mary Ewell, s. p., v., 
about 17, d. of Alexander Ewell, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. Nov. 11, 1633. 

Hannington, Henry, clerk, vicar of 
Hougham, widr., and Ann Hunt of 
S. Margaret's, Cant., w. of Edward 
Hunt, dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Sept. 24, 1629. 

Hannington, Henry, the younger, of 
Hougham, clerk, ba., about22, whose 
father, Henry Hannington the elder, 
s. p., clerk, consents, and Luce Smith, 
s. p., v., about 26, at her own govt. 
At same. Sept. 4, 1639. 

Hanvill, Robert, of Selling, husb., ba., 
about 24, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Michell of Sheldwich, spr., 
about 20, d. of Henry Mitchell of 
Doddington, who also consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Feb. 17, 1639. 

Hanvell, Robert, of Huckinge, husb., 
widr., and Ann Staple, s. p., v., about 
28, d. of Edmund Staple, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At same. Nicholas 
Staple, s. p., husb., bonds. May 15, 
1643. 

Harbert (Herbert), Edward, of S. Mary's 
in Dover, mariner, ba., about 24, and 
Eleanor Bradshaw, s. p., v., about 24, 
who, her parents being dead, is now 
in the govt, of William Bradshaw, s. 
p., innholder, who consents. At 
same. Nov. 28^ 1637. 



Harbert, John, the younger, of S. Mary's 
in Sandwich, maltster, ba., about 27, 
and Ann Bennett of S. Nicholas 
At wade, maiden, about 19, her 
parents both dead, and she now 
abiding with Please Swinford, of S. 
Nicholas Atwade, w., her aunt, who 
consents, as is testified by Joshua 
Harbert of S. Mary's in Sandwich, 
haymaker. At S. Nicholas Atwade. 
May 2, 1621. 

Harbert, John, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, maltster, widr., and Ann 
Abeere of S. Peter's in Sandwich, w. 
of Thomas Abeere, late s. p., barber 
surgeon, dec. At S. Peter's. Jan. 
26, 1623. No/e. The allegation is 
signed "John Harbertt, Ju." 

Harbert, Richard, of Elham, butcher, 
ba., about 24,andThomasine George, 
s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of Lam- 
bert George, s. p., " grosser," who 
consents. At Ewell. June 4, 1627. 
See Herbert. 

Harbicle, John, of Deal, sailor, and 
Mary Eaton, s. p., v. At same. May 
7, 1621. 

Harcocke, Edward, of Woodchurch, 
bricklayer, ba , about 30, and Alice 
Lauder of Tenterden, w., about 34, 
relict of George Lauder, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Oct. 2, 1626. 

Hardam, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, husb., widr., and Agnes Wood, 
s. p., w. of Thomas Wood, late of 
Elham, dec. At S. Mary's. Feb. 
23. 1635. 

Harden, Richard, of Goudhurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 24, and Mary 
Bricke, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
Giles Bricke, late of Cranbrook, 
dec. At Lenham. Alexander Bricke 
of Goudhurst, broadweaver, bonds. 
Feb. 13, 1635. 

Harden, Simon, of Chart n. Sutton, 
husb , widr., and Susan Pattenden of 
Berstead, w. of George Pattenden, 
late s. p., dec. At Berstead. Richard 
Wood of Sutton Valence, g., bonds. 
July 27, 1640. 

Hardiman (Hardyman), John, of Hor- 
ton, miller, widr., about 37, and 
Mary Vidian of Sellinge, v., about 
21, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Dec. 2, 1626. 

H ard i man, John, of Faversham, mariner 
widr., and Ann Ansell of All Saints" 



453 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



454 



Cant., v., about 36. At All Saints'. 
March 20, 1633. 

Hardiman, John, of Stanford, miller, 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Ann Rowse, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Mary Rowse, s.p., w., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. William 
Rowse of Stanford, miller, and 
William Goldfinch, s. p., husb., 
bonds. April 14, 1636. 

Harding, Bartholomew, of Preston n. 
Wingham, husb., widr., and Catherine 
Sprat of Wingham, w. of Thomas 
Sprat, late s. p., dec. At Preston n. 
W. June 10, 1644. 

Hardinge, Jeftery, of Queenborough, 
butcher, a housekeeper, about 26, 
and Joan Crust of Eastchurch, 
maiden, about 22, d. of Thomas 
Crust, late of Minster in Sheppy, 
and now servant of [blank] Hunt of 
Eastchurch, g., who consents. At 
Queenborough. Wm. Harryson of 
Tong, g., bonds. April 27, 1619. 

Hardinge, John, of Monkton, and Ann 
Fleete of S. [John] Baptist in Thanet, 
V. At S. John's. May 9, 1619. 

Hardinge, John, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
and Elizabeth Greener of S. Peter's, 
Cant., w. At S. Peter's. Feb. 28, 
1619. 

Hardinge, John, of Sandhurst, and 
Mary Barrow, s. p. At same. Tune 
5, 1620. 

Harding, Matthew, of S. Peter's in 
Thanet, and Margaret Jersie, s. p. 
At .same. Jan. 29'^, 1620. 

Harding, Peter, of Old Romney, husb., 
widr., and Dorothy Elvey of Lydd, 
v., about 30, d. of [blank] Elvy, w., 
who consents. At Lydd. Robert 
Wood of Brookland, husb., and 
Thomas Tomkin of Cant., husb., 
bonds. Nov. 28, 1638. 

Hardinge, Richard, of Minster in 
Sheppy, 3'eom., widr., about 36, and 
Mary Hilis, s. p., w., about 30. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Jan. 21, 1628. 

Harding, Stephen, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, blacksmith, ba., about 22, 
whose mother consents, and Bridget 
Curling of Minster in Thanet, v., of 
the like age, whose parents are dead. 
At Monkton. Dec. 16, 1642. 

Hardinge, Thomas, and Elizabeth Allen, 
of Hollingbourne. At same. Dec. 
23, 1625. 



Hardinge, Thomas, of Wye, g., ba., 
about 46, and Amy Picktoe, s. p., w. 
of Francis Picktoe, late dec. At 
Adisham. March 9, 1633. Nole. 
Four allegations dated March 9th are 
entered between Feb. Vland^db. 12. 
The marriages of Stephen White and 
James Badcocke are entered in S. 
George's Reg. under Feb. 3, the 
allegations bearing date March 9th. 

Harding, Thomas, of Hougham, black- 
smith, ba., about 32, and Agnes 
Briddenden, s. p., w. of [blank] 
Briddenden, late s. p., broadweaver, 
dec. At same. Jacobus Jackson of 
Cant., clothier, bonds. March 8, 1636. 

Hardinge, Thomas, of S. John's in 
Thanet, yeom., widr., and Elizabeth 
Hunt, s. p , v., 30 and upwards. At 
same. June 16, 1641. 

Hard res, Thomas, of Great Hardres, 
Esquire, ba., about 28, whose motiier. 
Dame Eleanor Hardres, consents, 
and Dorcas Bargrave, about 22, d. of 
Dorcas Bargrave, alias Grante, of 
Eythorne, who also consents, as is 
testified by Mr. Leonard Browne, one 
of the Procurators of this Court. At 
Eythorne. Sept. 21, 1639. 

Hardway, James, of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., silkweaver, ba., about 24, and 
Thomasine Denew of S. Alphage, 
Cant., v., about 26, d. of Samuel 
Denew, s. p., silkweaver, who con- 
sents. At S. Alphage. John Denew, 
s. p., merchant, bonds. March 8, 
1632. 

Hardwin, Robert, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, sailor, ba., about 23, 
at his own govt., and Dorothy Cooke, 
s. p., v., about 19, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Northgate, Cant. 
April 11, 1625. 

Hare, William, of Whitstable, carpenter, 
widr., and Elizabeth Rooke, s. p., w. 
of William Rooke, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. Thomas Bond of 
Cant., dyer, bonds. Sept. 29, 1634. 

Harfiet, George, of Petham, yeom., ba., 
38, and Susan Frid, s. p., w. of 
Robert Frid, late of Great Hardres, 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. July 
24, 1628. 

Harford, Anthony, of Wingham, joiner, 
ba., about 30, and Ann Jorden of 
Bekesbourne, v., about 23, d. of 
Robert Jordoii, late of Wingham, 
dec. At Hackington. March 6, 1637. 



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456 



Harford, Edward, of Dover, butcher, ba.. 
about 21, whose parents are dead, 
and Jane Prickett of Barham, v., 
about 22, whose mother, Margaret 
Prickett, alias Parker, consents, as 
is testified by Anthony Prickett of 
Barham, her brother. At Barliam. 
Thomas Wimbleton of Dover, 
glazier, bonds. July 19, 1636. 

Harford, Robert, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
butcher, widr., and Rose Walton, s. 
p., w. of John Walton, late s p., dec. 
At Ewcll. John Jerman of Holy 
Cross, Cant., tanner, bonds. March 
19, 1634. 

Harker, John, the younger, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Jane Boys of Dover, 
v., about 21, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. John Goatly 
of Ashford, yeom , bonds. July 9, 
1634. 

Harknop, Henry, of Brenchley, and 
Elizabeth Hyland of Staplehurst. At 
Staplehiirst. Dec. 17, 1634. 

Harley", William, of Heme, clerk, and 
curate there, ba., about 28, and 
Elizabeth Terry, s. p., w. of John 
Terry, late s. p., yeom., dec. At 
same. David Nairne of Paddles- 
worth, clerk, and curate there, bonds. 
July 14, 1634. 

Harlock, Christopher, of Great Chart, 
ba., about 27, and Jane Comber of 
Westwell, w., about 30, late wife of 
John Comber of Maidstone, husb., 
dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. July 15, 
1619. 

Harlocke, Nicholas, of Westwell, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Bethulia Hand- 
vill, s. p.. v., about 36, v.-hose parents 
are dead. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Daniel Dowle of Westwell, 
fellmonger, and Ralph Baker, s. p., 
husb., bonds. Oct. 13, 1642. 

Harlock, Thomas, of Bethersdcn, husb., 
ba., about 24, whose mother con- 
sents, and Grace Smith, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Peter Smith, s, p., 
husb., who also consents, as is tes- 
tified by John Chittenden of Great 
Chart, yeom. At Bethersden. Feb. 
3, 1639. 

Harlow, John, of S. Alphage, Cant., 
and Abigail Quakley of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich. At S. Alphage. May 24, 
1636. 

Harman, George, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Susan 



Rugles, s. p., v., about 27, d. of 
William Rugles, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Henry 
Champnevof Cant., gunsmith, bonds. 
May 28, 1635. 

Harman, George, of Goudhurst, yeom., 
widr., about 70, and Elizabeth 
Chonninge, s. p., v., about 30. At 
Cranbrook or Goudhurst. Martin 
Fist of Chillingley in Sussex, clerk, 
bonds. Allegation made and signed 
by Hugh Lake of Staple Inn, Lon- 
don, g. Sept. 4, 1635. 

Harman, John, of Preston n. Wingham. 
husb., ba., about 30, and Dorothy 
Oliver, s. p., about 28, d. of Eliza- 
beth Oliver of Sevenoke, w., who 
consents. At S. M. Northgate, 
Cant. Aug. 13, 1634. 

Harman, John, of Faversham, tailor, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt , and 
Margery Dandy of Newnham, v., 
about 26, also at her own govt. At 
S. Andrew's, Cant. William Ridges 
of Newnham, yeom., and Anthony 
Tyde of Faversham, g., bonds. July 
14, 1635. 

Harman, Richard, of Cranbrook, husb., 
ba., about 24, and Dorothy Wildish 
of Goudhurst, v., about 18, d. of 
Alexander Weldish, s. p., husb., who 
consents, as is testified by her 
brother, Alexander Weldish of 
Brenchley, carpenter. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Nov. 13, 1623. 

Harmon, Richard, of Egerton, butcher, 
ba., about 25, with the consent of 
his father, Thomas Harman of Ben- 
enden, and Margaret Coker of Eger- 
ton, v., about 19, d. of Joan Coker, 
s. p., w., who also consents, as is 
testified by Henry Swyft and Thomas 
Knocke. At Egerton. Feb. 10,1637. 

Harman, Thomas, of Headcorn, barber, 
widr.. and Susan Wilmot of Smarden, 
maiden, 20, d. of Peter Wilmot of 
Hothfield, yeom., who consents, as 
is testified by John Hilles of Head- 
corn, yeom. At Smarden. Oct. 14, 
1828. 

Harnden, Bartholomew, of Smarden, 
husb , ba., about 36, and Anna Col- 
lins, s. p., maiden, about 25, d. of 
Stephen Collyns, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by Edward Collyns of 
Biddenden, husb. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. April 10, 1622. 



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458 



Harnden, Edward, of Sittingbourne, 
ycom., widr., about 60, and Catherine 
Barker of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
w., about 40, relict of Henry Barl^er, 
late s. p., shipwright, dec. At Mil- 
ton aforesaid. Feb. 2, 1623. 

Harneby, Gilbert, of Deal, glazier, ba., 
about 24, whose father, Robert 
Harnby, consents, and Ann Packer 
of Slurry, v., of the like age, d. of 
Roger Packer of S. M. Bredin's, 
Cant., yeom., who also consents. At 
S.S. Cosmos and Damian, Blean. 
Dec. 28, 1641. 

Harnesbie [he signed his name Horn- 
by], John, of S. Margaret's, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 24, whose mother 
consents, and Susan Christian, s. p., 
v., about 25, at her own govt. At 
same. Thomas Kennett, s. p., 
turner, bonds. March 24, 1640. 

Harnet, Edward, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, yeom., ba., about 24, and 
Mary Boyman, s. p., v., about 19, d. 
of Richard Boyman, s. p., yeom., 
who consents, as also does Edward 
Harnet, s. p., yeom., father of the 
said Edward. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. May 10, 1627. 

Harnett, Edward, of Minster in Thanett, 
husb., ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Ann Johncock, s. p., 
w., relict of Thomas Johncock, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Robert Eishopp of S. M. Northgate, 
Cant., tailor, bonds. April 16, 1641. 

Harnet, Henry, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, yeom., ba., 20 and upwards, 
daughter {sic) of Mary Harnett, a/tas 
Kingsford, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Tomlin of S. John's in 
Thanet, yeom., and Mary Tomlin of 
S. Mary's in T., v., about 16, d. of 
the said John Tomlyn, who also con- 
sents. At S. John's in T. July 6, 
1641. 

Harp, Edward, of Lenham, wheelwright, 
ba., about 28, and Sibyl Tripple, s. 
p., v., about 30, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Mildred's, Cant. Peter 
Tripple of Lenham, butcher, bonds. 
May 13, 1646. 

Harp, James, of S. Thomas in the Lsle 
of Harty, chandler, ba., about 21, at 
his own govt., and Margaret Hoult, 
s. p., w., about 25, relict of George 
Hoult, late s. p., serving man. At S. 
M. Bredman's. Cant. Sept. 21, 1620. 



Harpe, Solomon, of Dodington, husb., 
about 21, at his own govt., and 
Martha Allen, s. p., maiden, about 
18, d. of William Allen, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. March 30, 1620. 

Harper, Abraham, of Marden, husb., 
widr., about 40, and Margaret Davys, 
s. p., maiden, about 30, d. of John 
Davys, s. p.. husb., lately dec, and 
now at her own govt. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Sept. 23, 1622. 

Harris, Abraham, of Chilham, husb., ba., 
about 30, son of Joan Harris, w., who 
consents, as is testified by George 
Mattins of Chartham, husb., and 
Margaret Smith of Chartham, v., 
about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At Hackington. Robert Carr of 
Chartham, husb, bonds. July 19, 
1638. 

Harris, Alexander, of Molash, husb., 
widr., about 50, and Ann Austen, s. 
p., w , about 50, relict of William 
Austen, s. p., husb., lately dec. At 
Crundall. Ralph Johnson, rector 
of Crundall, bonds." July 24, 1621. 

Harris, Alexander, of Molash, yeom.. 
widr., about 60, and Mary Wanstall 
of Challock, w., about 40, relict of 
John Wanstall, late s. p., husb., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Aug. 30, 
1621. 

Harris, Arthur, of Maidstone, shoe- 
maker, ba., 23 and upwards, at his 
own govt., and Elizabeth Tayler, s. 
p., maiden, about 20, d. of William 
Tayler, s. p., barber, who consents, 
as is testified by William Bowell. At 
same. July 28, 1628. 

Harris, James, of Waltham, 3^eom., ba., 
about 24, and Joan White, s. p., 
maiden, about 23, d. of George 
White, s. p., yeom., who consents, 
as is testified by Robert White, s. p., 
yeom., brother of the said Joan. At 
Petham, because Mr. Beacon, who 
is minister of the parish of Waltham, 
is not at home, neither hath he left 
any minister to marry them there. 
July 14, 1623. 

Harris, James, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., about 24, with his father's con- 
sent, and Elizabeth Gilman, s. p., v., 
about 22. d. of Robert Gilman of 
Eastling, husb., who consents. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 2, 1632. 



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Harris, John, of Lynstead, yeom., ba., 
about 28, and Mary Walter of Maid- 
stone, w., about 22, relict of Thomas 
Walter, late s. p., butcher, dec. At 
Maidstone. June 12, 1622. 

Harris, [ohn, of Bckcsbourne, husb., 
ba., about 29, and Elizabeth Tanner, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of John 
Tanner, late s. p., dec, and now 
abiding with her mother, Mary 
Tanner, s. p., w., who consents. At 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant, Jan. 11, 1622. 

Harris, John, of Leeds, clothier, ba., 
about 2.i, at his own govt., and 
Catherine Busher, s. p., v., about 24, 
d. of Philip Busher of Sutton 
Valence, tailor, who consents. At 
S. Paul's, Cant. Jan. 5, 1624. 

Harris, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
beerbrewer, widr., about 40, and 
Elizabeth Harman, s. p., v., of the 
like age. At same. Aug. 10, 1629. 

Harris, John, of S. James's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 25, and Ann 
Richardes of Guston, v., about 18, 
d. of Stephen Richardes, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Peter Harris, father of the 
man, bonds. May 9, 1636. 

Harris, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
cordwainer, ba., about 23, son of 
Sarah Harris, alias Had, who con- 
sents, as is testified by William 
Barnsdale, s. p., cordwainer, and 
Sarah Busse of S. Paul's, Cant., w. 
At S. James's in Dover. June 12, 
1638. 

Harris, John, and Ann Parkinson, of S. 
Mary's in Dover. At same. Dec. 
14, 1641. 

Harris, Michael, of Dover, seaman, ba., 
about 24, whose parents are dead, 
and Margaret Feild of Deal, v., 
about 26, whose parents also are 
dead. At Shouklen. Allegation 
made and signed by John Draper of 
Deal, tailor. June 23, 1643. 

Harris, Nicholas, of Dover, cooper, ba., 
about 25, and Agnes Hart, s. p., 
maiden, about 28, d. of Thomas 
Hart, s. p., mariner, who consents. 
At S. James's in Dover. July21, 1625. 

Harris, Nicholas, of S. James's in Dover, 
seaman, ba., 21 and upwards, whose 
mother, Elizabeth Hales, alias 
Harris, of Dover, consents, and Mary 
Williams of S. George's, Cant., v., 
about 20, d. of [blank] Williams, s. 



p., w., who also consents, as is testi- 
fied by John Wright, s. p., "music- 
oner." At S. George's, Cant. Feb. 
9, 1642. 

Harris, Peter, of Hawkhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 25, and Temperance 
Springett, maiden, about 20, d. of 
William Springett, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 16, 1620. 

Harris, Peter, of Dover, mariner, ba.. 
about 22, whose father, Peter Harris, 
consents, and Petronell Willes, s. p., 
v., about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At S. James's in Dover. William 
Wattes of Cant., clerk, bonds. March 
21, 1639. 

Harris, Richard, of Sittingbourne, made 
oath on the Holy Evangelists that 
the banns of matrimony between 
himself and Grace Hase, s. p., w., 
had been published three times at 
Sittingbourne, and no objection 
made. Licence granted, to be 
married at Sittingbourne. Feb. 28, 
1619. 

Harris, Richard, of Lydd, husb., ba., 
about 27, and Mary [or MarcyJ 
Wootton, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At Lydd. July 
27, 1629. 

Harris, Richard, of Faversham, yeom., 
ba., about 28, whose mother con- 
sents, and Ann Silver, s. p., v., about 
32, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Jacob Silver of 
Faversham, barber, and Matthew 
Lucas, s. p., barber chirurgeon, 
bonds. Oct. 24, 1642. 

Harris, Robert, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., ba., about 31, and Elizabeth 
Juice, s. p., w. of James Juice, late 
dec. At same. George Pile [or 
Vile], s. p., gardener, bonds. July 
15, 1633. 

Harris, Samuel, of Sittingbourne, brick- 
layer, ba., about 24, whose mother 
consents, and Jane Abrill, s. p., w. 
of William Abrill, late s. p., dec. At 
All Saints', Cant. Thomas Birch 
of Cant., " hoastler," bonds. Jan. 
27, 1637. 

Harris, Stephen, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Susan Copper, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, d. of Thomas 
Copper, s. p., carpenter, who con- 
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wife. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Henry 
Woodden of Dover, trumpeter, bonds. 
Dec. 7, 1627. 

Harris, Vespatian, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., mercer, widr., and Ann 
Awsten, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
[blank] Awsten, dec, and of Ann 
Awsten, alias Terry, now wife of Mr. 
John Terry, s. p., who consents. At 
same. John Terry, s. p., carpenter, 
bonds. June 23, 1632. 

Harris, Vespatian, of S. Margaret's, 
Cant., mercer, widr., and Ann St. 
Nicholas, s. p., w. At Faversham. 
Joseph Darel of Cant., silkweaver, 
bonds. March 13, 1638. 

Harris, William, the younger, of Bis- 
hopsbourne, husb., ba., about 21, 
son of William Harris of Bridge, 
husb., who consents, and Mary 
Jaxon of Patrixbourne, v., about 20, 
d. of Nicholas Jaxon of Minster in 
Thanet, who also consents, as is 
testified by the said William Harris 
the elder. At Patrixbourne. Nov. 
1, 1624. 

Harrison, Abraham, of Boughton Aluph. 
blacksmith, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Jane Goatly of Challock, 
v., about 23, d. of Alexander Goatly, 
s. p., husb., who consents, as is tes- 
tified by David Thompson of Wye, 
husb. At Godmersham or Challock. 
Jan. 8, 1643. 

Harrison, Christopher, of Scarborough 
in Yorkshire, mariner, ba., about 22, 
at his own govt., and Ann Perrott of 
Dover, v., about 20, d. of John 
Perrott, s. p., merchant, who con- 
sents. At S. Mary's in Dover. Oct. 
21, 1634. 

Harrison, Christopher, of Godmersham, 
tailor, widr., and Mary Yate of Dav- 
ington, v., about 40, whose parents 
are dead. At Badlesmere or Buck- 
land n. Faversham. June 10, 1643. 

Harrison, Edmond, of the city of Lon- 
don, Esquire, ba., about 40, and 
Jane Godfre of Sellinge, v., of the 
age of fifteen, d. of Thomas Godfrey, 
s. p.. Esquire, who consents. At 
Sellinge. Sept. 20, 1630. 

Harryson, Edward, of Newington n. 
Hythe, yeom., ba., about 2a, and 
Mildred Stroughill of Lydd, maiden, 
about 18, d. of Peter Stroughill, s. 
p., g., who consents. At Old Rom- 
ney, because they shall have their 



wedding dinner in the house where 
they intend to go to dwell, which is 
situate in New Romney, but nearer 
to Old Romney church by half a 
mile at least than to New Romney 
church. Jan. 14, 1623. 

Harrison, Edward, of Dymchurch, g., 
ba., about 22, whose father, Mr. 
Hugh Harrison, clerk, curate of 
Smeeth, consents, and Amy Beding- 
feild of Smeeth, v., about 22 or 23, 
whose parents are dead. At Smeeth. 
Edmund Bedingfeild of Dymchurch, 
g., and Thomas Norris of Burmarsh, 
yeom., bonds. June 19, 1640. 

Harrison, Esdras, of Wye, glover, widr., 
and Elizabeth Tanton, s. p., v., about 
30, d. of Tanton {sic), s. p., w., who 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Thomas Hasell of Wye, yeom., 
bonds. Sept. 16. 1644. 

Harrison, Freegift, of Lydd, grazier, ba., 
and Susan Watts of Old Romney, w. 
of George W^atts, s. p., dec. At Non- 
ington. Henry Cuffin of Old Rom- 
ney, clerk, bonds. May 22, 1637. 

Harryson, Henry, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, maltster, ba., about 30, and 
Mary Lewknerof Fordwich, v., about 
24, d. of one Lewkner, late s. p., dec, 
and now under the govt, of her 
mother. Christian Lewkner, w., who 
consents. At S. i\L Magdalene, Cant. 
March 29, 1624. 

Harrison, Henry, of Woodnesborough, 

ba., about 23, at his own govt., 

and Frances Grimsell of Teynham, 
w., relict of John Grimsell, late s. p., 
dec. At All Saints', Cant. Sept. 2, 1637. 

Harrison, Henry, and Elizabeth Beere, 
of S. Mary's in Sandwich. At same. 
Feb. 17, 1639. 

Harrison, Henry, of Sturry, yeom., 
widr., and Bennet Mantle of Chart- 
ham, w. of James Mantle, late s. p., 
dec. At Harbledown or All Saints', 
Cant. Jan. 7, 1642. 

Harryson, Hugh, of Chilham, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 31, and Frances 
Nicholas, s. p., w., about 50, relict 
of Robert Nicholas, late of Boughton 
Blean, dec. At Chilham. April 27, 
1624. 

Harrison, Hugh, clerk, curate of Smeeth, 
widr., and Dina Hall, s. p., w. of 
William Hall, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Lancelot Harrison of Smeeth, 
clerk, bonds. Dec 14, 1629, 



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464 



Harrison, Hugh, of Smeeth, clerk, widr., 
and Elizabeth Lott, s. p., v., about 
24, d. of John Lott of IMersham, who 
consents. At Smeeth. John Rosse, 
clerk, vicar of Brabourne, bonds. 
Jan. 29, 1633. 

Harrisonn, John, of Chislet, husb., ba., 
about 22, and Sibyl Keale, s. p., 
maiden, about 20, d. of Henry Keale, 
late s. p., dec, likewise d. of Mar- 
garet Keale, s. p., w., who consents. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. John Lunn 
of Chislet, clerk, bonds. July 15, 1G20. 

Harrison, John, of East Langdon, g., 
widr., about 27, and Elizabeth HufTam 
of S. Mary's in Dover, maiden, about 
18, d. of Thomas Huffam, s. p., g., 
who consents. At S. Mary's aforesaid. 
March C, 1622. 

Harrison, John, and Jane Mersh, v., of 
Saltwood. AtSaltwood. Dec. 5, 1623. 

Harrison, Richard, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., metalman, widr., about 37, 
and Joan Stredwicke of S. Paul's, 
Cant., w., about 33, relict of Chris- 
topher Stredwicke, late dec. At S. 
Paul's. Jan. 16, 1625. 

Harrison, Robert, of S. George's, Cant., 
and Elizabeth Wotton of S. Peter's, 
Cant. luly 30, 1643. [From the 
Reg. of' S. Peter's, Cant.] 

Harrison, Stephen, of Stowting, husb., 
ba., about 25, whose mother, Mary 
Harrison, consents, and Susan Saw- 
yer, s. p., v., about 24, d. of Sarah 
Sawyer of Tilmanstone, w., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Robert Jul! of Elham, yeom. At S. 
George's, Cant. Oct. 21, 1639. 

Harrison, Thomas, of Newington n. 
Hythe, and Joan Alcocke, s. p., v. 
At same. Dec. 21, 1625. 

Harrison, Thomas, of S, M. Magdalene, 
Cant., brazier, ba., about 21. whose 
father consents, and Mary Wilkin- 
son of S. Andrew's, Cant., v., almost 
18, d. of Thomas Wilkinson, s. p., 
goldsmith, who also consents. At 
S. Andrew's. Oct. 21, 1632. 

H arrison, Thomas, of Woodnesborough, 
g., ba., about 22. at his own govt., 
and Elizabeth Harrison, s. p., v., 
about 19, d. of Clement Harrison, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At same. 
Jan. 26, 1635. 

Harrison, William, of Hinxhill, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Margaret Horton, s. p., v., about 



24, d. of John Horton of Lyminge, 
thatcher, who consents. At S. 
George's, Cant. July 7, 1631. 

Harrison, William, of Folkestone, g., 
ba., about 32, and Elizabeth Rucke 
of Newington n. Hythe, v., about 
1 9, d. of Edward Rucke, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At N. n. Hythe or 
at Little Hardres. John Woodland 
of Monks Horton, yeom., bonds. 
Feb. 15, 1640. 

Harrison, Wdliam, of S. Peter's in 
Sandwich, cooper, ba., about 28, 
whose parents are dead, and Mary 
Gardner, s. p., v., about 30, d. of 
[blank] Gardner, alias Bangham, w., 
who consents. At S. RL Bredin's, 
Cant. Stephen Stronge of Cant., 
baker, and Nicholas Champney of 
S. M. Bredin's, Cant., victualler, 
bonds. Sept. 8, 1642. 

Hart, Abraham, of Charing, kersey- 
maker, ba., about 37, and Agnes 
Beamon of Egerton, w., about 36, 
relict of Edward Beamon, late s. p., 
dec. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. Sept. 
3, 1627. 

Hart, Charles, of Dover, mariner, ba., 
about 29, whose father consents, and 
Abigail Carpinter, s p., w. of Thomas 
Carpinter, s. p., dec. At Hougham. 
May 15, 1633. 

Hart, Daniel, of Hothfield, yeom., ba., 
about 27, and Mildred Stonehouse, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of Simon 
Stonehouse, late of Charing, husb., 
dec. about 7 years since, and now at 
her own govt. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. May 27, 1622. 

Hart, Edward, of S. James's in Dover, 
sailor, ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Joan Woodgreene, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of Edward Woodgreen, 
s. p., who consents. At same. May 
11, 1630. 

Hart, Edward, of Smeeth, yeoni., ba., 
about 26, whose parents are dead, 
and Ann Herritage of Mersham, v., 
about 30, whose parents also are 
dead. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Owesbie, yeom., and Edward Herri- 
tage, maltster, both of Smeeth, 
bonds. June 17, 1641. 

Hart, George, of Sutton Valence, tailor, 
ba., about 32, and Ann Reynar, s. p., 
w., about 27, relict of William Rey- 
nar, late s. p., tailor, dec. At S. 
George's, Cant. Aug. 24, 1624. 



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46S 



Hart, Henry, of Sellinge, tailor, ba., 
about 28, and Jane Hills of Ashford, 
v., about 25, d. of Mr. Henry Hills, 
clerk, late dec, and of Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Hills, her mother, who con- 
sents. At Sellinge or Ashford. June 
10, 1624. 

Hart, Henry, of Sellinge, g., ba., about 
27, and Agnes Halke of Bircholt, v , 
about 19, d. of William Halke, s. p., 
g., who consents, as is testified by 
VVilliam Hart of Sellinge, g., brother 
of the said Henry. In the church 
or chapel of Smeeth. Jan. 23, 1629. 

Hart, John, of Goodnestone n. Wingham, 
yeom., ba., about 27, and Martha 
SafTery of Chillenden, v., about 20, 
d. of John Saftery, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
White of Cant., barber. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. July 23, 1635. 

Hart, John, of Limehouse in Middlesex, 
mariner, ba., about 24, and Ann 
VVaad of S. James's in Dover, v., 
about 21, d. of William Waad, s. p., 
merchant, who consents. At S. 
James's. John Greenleafe of Cant., 
apothecary, bonds. Aug. 14, 1635. 

Harte, John, of Deal, seaman, ba., about 
20, son of Henry Hart of Pooley in 
Dorsetshire, who consents, as is 
testified by John Baker of Deal, 
mariner, and Mary Drasher of Deal, 
v., 23 and upwards, d. of Mary, wife 
of Andrew Cladd, who also consents. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. May 12, 
1642. 

Hart, Joseph, of Egerton, clolhworker, 
ba., about 24, and Sarah Baytopp, 
s. p., w., about 50, late wife of 
William Baytopp, s. p., dec. At 
same. June 17, 1619. 

Hart, Joseph, of Charing, clothier, widr., 
and RIary Clarke of Throwley, v., 
about 20, d. of Agnes Clarke, alias 
Page, wife of Anthony Page, who 
consents, as is testified by Mr. Brent 
Deering of Charing, g., and Edward 
Tayler, s. p., yeom. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Feb. 4, 1638. 

Hart, Richard, of Hin.xhill, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Margaret Homan of 
Wye, v., about 26, whose parents are 
dead. At Wye. May 19, 1625. 

Hart, Stephen, of Upchurch, butcher, 
ba., about 31, and Mary Ashbey of 
Sutton Valence, v., about 26, d. of 
Robert Ashbey, s. p., husb., who 



consents. At Sutton V. John Hawling 
of Upchurch, husb., and William 
Clarke of Whitstable, miller, bonds. 
July 28, 1640. 

Hart, Thomas, of S. James's in Dover, 
mariner, ba,, about 23, and Sarah 
Norwood, s. p., maiden, about 20, 
her father being dead, and d. of 
Catherine Norwood, alias Hart, her 
mother, who consents. At same. 
April 22, 1620. 

Hart, Thomas, of S. Clement's in Sand- 
wich, sailor, ba., about 23, at his own 
govt., and Sarah Gayney, s. p., w., 
about 24, relict of VVilliam Gayney, 
late dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Sept. 18, 1628. 

Hart, Thomas, of Dover, sailor, ba., 
about 24, and Agnes Billiard, s. p., 
v., about 22, d. of Daniel Billiard, s. 
p., who consents. At S. James's in 
Dover. May 11, 1629. 

Harthrope, Thomas, of Charing, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Abigail Oliuer, s. 
p., maiden, about 26, d. of Thomas 
Oliuer, late s. p., dec. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. July 8, 1619. 

Harthrop, William, of Boxley, tailor, 
ba., about 24, and Sarah Geery, s. 
p., v., about 20, d. of William Geery, 
s. p., fuller, who consents. At same. 
George Knott of Cant., baker, and 
George Knott of Chartham, yeom., 
bonds. June 8, 1633. 

Hartridge, John, of Frittenden, yeom., 
widr., and Elizabeth Kinge of Goud- 
hurst, w. of [blank] Kinge, late s. p., 
dec. At Cranbrook or Goudhurst. 
Allegation made by William Hart- 
ridge of Frittenden, yeom., and 
Leonard Browne, Procurator. Aug. 
14, 1640. 

Hartredge, William, of Selling, g., ba., 
about 29, and Ann Lees, s, p., w. of 
Lewis Lees, late of Eastling, g. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. Henry Whitfeild 
of Cant., g., bonds. Jan, 27, 1645. 

Harvest, John, of Lydd, yeom., ba., 
about 37, and Benedicta Angell, s. 
p., v., about 26. At Lydd. Simon 
Dixon of Cant., glover, and William 
Nicholas, s. p., hackneyman, bonds. 
Feb. 17, 1636. 

Harvey, George, and Ann Madducke, of 
Boughton Blean. At same. Feb. 
12, 1630. 

Harvey, John, of S. George's, Cant., 
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Simpson of S. Margaret's, Cant., w. 
of Richard Sympson, dec. At Nack- 
ington. March 5, 1629. 
Harvey, Luke, of Tihnanstone, maltster, 
ba., about 26, whose father Laurence 
Harvey, consents, and Elizabeth 
Wattes, s. p., v., about 20, d. of James 
Wattes of Sandwich, yeom., who also 
consents, as is testified by William 
Gibbon of Tilmanstone, yeom. At 
S. Margaret's, Cant. Laurence 
Harvey of Waldershare, yeom., 
bonds. April 20, 1640. 
Harvey, Peter, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 35, and Elizabeth Sole, s. p., 
w., relict of John Sole, late s. p., dec. 
At S. George's, Cant. April 22, 1636. 
Harvey, Richard, of Eastry, yeom., widr., 
and ]ane Baker of Woodnesborough, 
v., about 20, d. of William Baker, s. 
p., who consents. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant.,orNorthbourne. Sept. 19,1644. 
Harvey, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Sand- 
wich, maltster, ba., almost 21, s. of 
Thomas Harvey of S. Mary's in 
Dover, maltster, dec. about 10 years 
since, and Rebecca Denwood of S. 
Mary's in Sandwich, maiden, about 
18, d. of William Denwood, late of 
Minster in Thanet, yeom., dec. about 
8 years since. Thomas Bateman of 
S. Peter's in Sandwich, grocer, tes- 
tifies that Abigail Harvey, mother 
of the said Thomas Harvey, and 
Catherine Denwood, alias Den, 
mother of the said Rebecca Den- 
wood, consent to the marriage. At 
Coldred, because Edward Jenkin of 
Coldred, uncle of the said Rebecca, 
intends to give them their wedding 
dinner. July 31, 1620. 
Harvey, Thomas, of S. Clement's, in 
Rliddlesex, g., ba., about 54, and 
Alice Dabb of Boughton Monchelsea, 
w., about 38, relict of Thomas Dabbs, 
late of S. Giles' in the Fields, Middle- 
sex, g., dec. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
William Merriam of B. Monchelsea, 
clothier, bonds. Aug. 18, 1625. 
Harvey, Valentine, of Hougham, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Helen Homewood, 
s. p., v., about 21, d. of John Home- 
wood, s. p., who consents. At same. 
Jan. 14, 1633. 
Harvey, Valentine, of Hougham, yeom., 
widr., and Dorothy Toms of Eythorne, 
w. At S. Paul's, Cant. Robert 



Stringer and William Stringer of Wing- 
ham, yeomen, bonds. Jan. 31, 1638. 
Harvey, William, of Dover, maltster, 
ba., 21 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Sarah Everard, s. p., maiden, 20 
and upwards, d. of [blank] Everard, 
late dec, and now under the govt, of 
George Bing, s. p., Jurat, who con- 
sents. At S. Mary's in Dover. John 
Osborne of S. Margaret's, Cant , 
drawer, bonds. Sept. 17, 1627. 

Harvey, William, of Northbourne, cook, 
ba., about 25, and Dorothy Larkin, 
s. p., v., about 24, at her own dis- 
posing, her father being beyond the 
seas, and her mother dead. At S. 
Clement's in Sandwich or Deal. 
Robert Baldrcy of the City of Lon- 
don, cook, bonds. Oct. 21, 1639. 

Harward, Vincent, of East Sutton, g., 
widr., about 48, and Elizabeth Gibb- 
ins of Bethersden, w., about 36, 
relict of Robert Gibbins, s. p., g., 
dec. about 2 years since. At East 
Sutton. Sept. 1, 1621. 

Harward, Vincent, of the city of Lon- 
don, g., widr., and Gartrude Cloake 
of Ashford, w. of Edward Cloake, 
late s. p., dec. At Ashford. Aug. 
15, 1631. 

Harward, William, of Shadoxhurst, 
husb., widr., and Elizabeth Cheese- 
man of RIersham, w. of Philip 
Cheeseman, late dec. At Mersham. 
George Hopper, chirurgeon, and 
Richard Pope, tailor, both of Than- 
ington, bonds. Oct. 21, 1637. 

Harwood, Edward, of Sellinge, husb., 
ba., about 25, whose father consents, 
and Susan Cole, s. p., v., about 30, 
d. of Peter Cole of Faversham, chir- 
urgeon, who also consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Jones of 
Eastbridge Hospital, Cant., g., bonds. 
Feb. 27, 1633. 

Harwood, George, ofTenterden, husb.. 
ba., about 27, whose motherconsents, 
and Mary Batcheler of Flalden, v., 
about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Peter Whet- 
combe of Halden, g., and John 
VVhetcombe, s. p., g., bonds. Aug. 
29, 1639. 

Harwood, Henry, of Deal, husb., ba., 
about 32, and Margaret Court of 
Sholden, v., about 23, d. of Thomas 
Court, dec, and of Ann Sauidge, 
alias Court, wife of John Sauidge, s. 



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470 



p., husb., who consents, as is testified 
by her husband. At S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant. July 26, 1632. 

Harwood, John, of Holy Cross, Cant., 
white-baker, ba., about 21, whose 
father consents, as is testified by 
Richard Wood, s. p., victualler, and 
Mary March of Newingtoii n. Hythe, 
v., about 22, d. of Ellen Marchall, 
wife of Richard Marshall, s. p., who 
also consents, as is testified by the 
said Richard Wood. At Flackington. 
Oct. 6, 1636. 

Harwood, Thomas, of Worth, husb., 
ba., about 32, and Elizabeth Foch 
of Deal, maiden, about 20, d. of 
William Foch, late s. p., yeom., dec. 
about 11 years since, whose mother, 
Cicely Foch, s. p., w., consents, as 
is testified by John Foche of Cant., 
woollendraper, brother of the said 
Elizabeth. At Wootton, by reason 
that one Mr. Henry Foch, who is 
uncle to the said Elizabeth, dwelleth 
there, and intendeth to give them 
their wedding dinner. June [July 
is nreant] 11, 1623. 

Harwood, Thomas, of Whitechapel in 
the city of London, sailor, ba., about 
25, whose father, Richard Harwood, 
consents, and Elizabeth Sconsford 
of Holy Cross, Cant,, maiden, about 
24, d. of James Sconsford, s. p., 
fellmonger, who also consents. At 
Holy Cross. Aug. 13, 1627, 

Harwood, Thomas, of Sheldwich, 
husb., ba., about 23, whose father, 
Thomas Harwood, s. p.. yeom , con- 
sents, as is testified by John Mercer, 
of S. Mildred's, Cant., innholder, 
and Ann Bunce of Sheldwich, v., 
about 18, d. of John Bunce, s. p., 
yeom., who also consents. A t Sheld- 
wich. Dec. 6, 1641. 

Haselden, John, of iMarden, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Fowie, s. p , 
w. of Stephen Fowle, late s. p., dec. 
At same. Henry Burr, s. p., yeom., 
and Abraham Somner, s. p., weaver, 
bonds. March 5, 1638. 

Haselham, Francis, of Dover, yeom., 
ba., about 29, and Shakammkey, 
alias jacobe, Dibbs, s. p., w. of John 
Dibbs, late s. p., dec. At S. Mary's 
in Dover, or S. Alphage, Cant. 
Robert Does of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., tailor, and John Simpson 



of Cant., g., bonds. Feb. 14, 1641. 
A^o/e. See Kelley, James, June 28, 
1642. 

Haseli, Thomas, of Eastwell, weaver, 
widr., and Margery Barrow of Ken- 
nington, w. of Richard Barrow, late 
s. p., dec. At Eastwell. Jan. 21, 
1629. 

Haseli, Thomas, of Great Chart, weaver, 
ba., about 20, whose father consents, 
and Catherine Mitchell, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of John Mitchell, s. p., 
husb., who also consents. At same. 
July 11, 1631. 

Haseli, Thomas, of Kennington, linen- 
weaver, ba., about 21, whose parents 
are dead, and Elizabeth Tufton of 
Wittersham, v., about 20, d. of 
Nicholas Tufton, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Andrew's. Cant. 
Aug. 20, 1640. 

Haslebie, John, of Walmer, mariner, 
ba., 21 and upwards, whose parents 
are dead, and Margaret Parker, s. p., 
v., of the like age, d. of William 
Parker, s. p., who consents. At 
same. May 6, 1641. 

Haslee, Robert. Sec Farmer, Robert. 
April 2, 1642. 

Haslegrove, Ralph, of Rolvenden, 
husb., ba., about 30, and Agnes 
Beechinge of Tenterden, maiden, 
about 25, d. of Andrew Beeching of 
Udimore in Sussex, husb., dec. about 
4 years since, and now in her own 
govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Nov. 
22, 1620. 

Haslewood, Isaac, of Tong. labourer, 
ba., about 23, and Catherine Burt of 
Tunstall, maiden, about 27, at her 
own govt., d. of Robert Burt, s. p., 
labourer, who consents. At Bapchild. 
June 4, 1621. 

Hassard (Hasard), George, of Elham, 
bricklayer, widr., and Ann Baldocke, 
s. p., w. of [blank] Baldocke, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Alphage, Cant. Aug. 
6, 1642. 

Hassard, Thomas, of Murston, and 
Susan Fellow of Sittingbourne. At 
Sittingbourne. March 8, 1635. 

Hasted (Haisted), Thomas, of Bobbing, 
husb., widr., about 36, and Elizabeth 
Larke of Milton n. Sittingbourne, w., 
about 27 [or 24], relict of Henry 
Larke, late of Minster in Sheppy, 
dec. At Milton. July 4, 1625. 



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CANTERBURY 



472 



Hatch, John, of Wormshill, yeom., widr., 
about 50, and Ann Newland of Bap- 
child, w., about 40, reUctof WiUiam 
Newland, s. p.. dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 16, 1625. 

Hatch, Robert, of Iwade, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Alice Hope of Borden, 
v., about 28, d. of Ann Thatcher, 
wife of William Thatcher, .s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Hatch of Wormshill, yeom. At 
Borden. Dec. 11, 1638. 

Hatch, Thomas, of Wormshill, yeom., 
ba., about 25, and Ann Staple of 
Huckinge, v., of the like age, d. of 
Henry Staple, s. p., who consents. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Robert Allen 
of Bicknor, yeom., bonds. June 9, 
1635. 

Hatch, Thomas, of Wormshill, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Lake of Milton n. 
Sittingbourne, v., about 18, d. of 
Thomas Lake of Bobbing, yeom., 
who consents, as is testified by his 
son, Richard Lake, s. p., yeom. At 
Milton n. S. William Webb of 
Milton n. S., mercer, bonds. Aug. 
4, 1640. 

Hatch, William, of Ashford, woollen- 
draper, ba., about 25, and Jane 
Young ofThanington, maiden, about 
27, whose friends are dead. At 
Thanington. July 9, 1624. 

Hatcher, Henry, of Preston n.Wingham, 
yeom., ba., about 27, and Margaret 
Penny of Stourmouth, v., of the like 
age, whose parents are dead. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. Daniel Jervis of 
Elmstone, yeom., and Richard 
Hatcher of Sturry, husb., bonds. 
Aug. 10, 1641. 

Hatcher, Richard, of Sturry, yeom., 
widr., and Alice Jervice of Wingham, 
v., about 24, d. of Daniel Jervice 
the elder of Elmstone, yeom., who 
consents, as is testified by his son, 
Daniel Jervice the younger, s. p., 
yeom. At Preston n. Wingham or 
Elmstone. Richard Sturgesof Heme, 
yeom., bonds. Dec. 22, 1641. 
Hatcher, Thomas, of Staple, husb., ba.. 
about 25, and Ann Carlton of Ash, 
v., about 23, d. of Stephen Carlton, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At Ash. 
Oct. 20, 1628. 

H award. See Hay ward. 
Hawke, John, of Petham, yeom., ba., 
about 29, and Susan Rigden, s. p.. 



w. of Matthew [Riden], late s. p., 
yeom., dec. At Thanington or S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Edward Norden of 
Cant., g.. bonds. May 1, 1644. 

Hawke, Richard, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., innholder, widr., 33, and 
Priscilla Vater of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., maiden, about 24, d. of [blank] 
Vater, alias Rufforth, of Cant., who 
consents. At S. M. Magd. Charles 
Colfe of S. Mildred's, Cant., g., bonds. 
June 23, 1625. 

Hawke, Richard, " of the parish of Hurst 
in the diocese of Cant.," widr., and 
Ellen Smart of Mersham, w., relict 
of Simon Smart, late s. p., dec. At 
Mersham. Sept. 10, 1634. 

Hawke, Richard, of Great Hardres, 
husb., ba., about 28, and Elizabeth 
Staines of Nackington, v., about 22, 
d. of Mary, the now wife of Thomas 
Page of Petham, husb., who both 
consent. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Oct. 29, 1635. See Halke. 

Hawker, Andrew, of Challock, g., ba., 
about 30, and Ann Giles, s. p., v., 
about 24, d. of Richard Giles, s. p., 
g., who consents, as is testified by 
William Ladd of Littlebourne, cord- 
wainer. At Challock or S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Jonathan Hawker of Little- 
bourne, tanner, bonds. Oct. 21, 1641. 

Hawker, Francis, of Lympne, husb., 
ba., about 23, at his own govt., and 
Agnes Wherrall, s. p., w., about 34, 
relict of John Wherrall, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Paul's, Cant. Aug. 28, 1627. 

Hawker, Gibbon, of Challock, g., ba., 
about 29, and Catherine Woolgate 
of Borden, v., about 34, whose 
mother. Rose Woolgate, w., con- 
sents. At Borden. Sept. 3, 1625. 

Hawker, Gibbon, of Borden, g., widr., 
and Mary Crux, s. p., w. of Jonas 
Cru.x, late of Faversham, dec. At 
Borden. Nov. 8, 1628. 

Hawker, John, of Sandwich, merchant, 
ba., 40 and upwards, and Jane White 
of Patrixbourne, v., about 32, d. of 
John White, " clerke of the same," 
who consents. At Patrixbourne. 
Charles White of Bekesbourne, clerk, 
bonds. Feb. 6, 1637. 

Hawker, Richard, of S. Clement's in 
Sandwich, grocer, widr., about 65, 
and Susan Joyce, s. p., w., about 60, 
relict of John Joyce, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. June 21, 1627. 



473 



MARRIAGE LTCENCES. 



474 



Hawker, Mr. Silas, clerk, vicar of Little- 
bourne, widr., and Dorothy Bridge, 
s. p., w. of Henry Bridge, late of 
Cant., dec. At Littlebourne or 
Bekesbourne. John Miles of Little- 
bourne, tailor, bonds. March 5, 
1639. 

Hawkes, John, of Cant., 3-eom., ba., 
about 30, and Elizabeth Wanderton, 
s. p., w., about 35, relict of George 
Wanderton, late s. p., dec. At Chil- 
ham. Dec. 23, 1626. 

Hawkes, John, of All Saints', Cant., 
innholder, widr., and Ann Porter, s. 
p., v., about 30. At Hackington. 
Anthony Carter of Cant., vintner, 
bonds. July 4, 1637. 

Hawkes, John, of Word, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Kingsford, v., about 
24, d. of Thomas Kingsford, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At Ham. 
June 18, 1638. 

Hawkes, Leonard, of Cant., husb., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Knocker of 
S. Paul's, Cant., v., about 23, d. of 
Catherine Knocker, s. p., w., who 
consents, as is testified by Richard 
Hawkes of Cant., innholder. At S. 
M. Bredman's, Cant. Thomas 
Hawkes of Cant., saddler, bonds. 
Oct. 11, 1634. 

Hawkes, Leonard, of S. Paul's, Cant., 
husb., widr., and Mary Kendall of 
Hythe, v., about 30, d. of Thomas 
Kendall of Staple, husb., who con- 
sents. At S. Paul's, Cant. May 3, 
1642. 

Hawkes, Ralph, of Cant., Alderman, 
widr., about 60, and Margaret Knight, 
s. p., w., about 64, relict of William 
Knight, late s. p., g., dec. At S. 
George's, or S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Jan. 26, 1624. 

Hawkes, Richard, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., and Martha JMaple, s. p., w. 
At same. Jan. 5, 1620. 

Hawkes, Richard, of Wrotham, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose parents are 
dead, and Lucy Grimstone of Great 
Chart, v., about 21, d. of Henry 
Grimstone of Sheldwich, yeom., who 
consents. At Great Chart. Sept. 
13, 1625. 

Hawkes, Richard, of Burmarsh, husb., 
ba., about 28, and Alice Stone of 
Deal, v., about 24, d. of George 
Stone, s. p., innholder, who consents. 
At Deal. Oct. 14, 1637. 



Hawkes, Thomas, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., saddler, widr., and Elizabeth 
Johnson of S. George's, Cant., v., 
about 35. At Thanington. April 
29, 1637. 

Hawkins, Nathan, of Eoxley, husb., ba., 
about 26, and Ann Mills, s. p., w. of 
Robert Mills, late s. p., dec. At 
same. Thomas Huggins of Milton 
n. Sittingbourne, shipcarpenter, 
bonds. Dec. 13, 1641. 

Hawkins, Ralph, of All Saints', Cant., 
mariner, ba., about 23, whose father, 
Matthew Hawkins, brewer, consents, 
and Margaret Wilcox of S. Dunstan's, 
Cant., v., about 19, whose parents 
are dead, and she at the govt, of her 
guardian, William Gilham, s. p., 
gardener, who also consents. In the 
parish church of St. St. Peter {sic) or 
Thanington. Sept. 2, 1641. A'o/e. 
They were married at Thanington. 

Hawkins, William. — Thomas Richard- 
son of Cant., Notary Public, alleges 
that he believes he is truly informed 
by Thomas Brickenden of Bidden- 
den, g., that William Hawkins, clerk, 
parson of S. Mary's in the Marsh, 
ba., about 30, intends to marry Susan 
Freeman of Biddenden, v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead ; but the 
said Mr. Hawkins, in regard of some 
extraordinary occasions, cannotcome 
in person to crave licence. At Ben- 
enden or Halden. Oct. 1, 1639. 

Hawkins, William, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 24, whose parents are dead, 
and Joan Dunkin of S. James's in 
Dover, v., about 22, d. of [blank] 
Dunkin, s. p., w., who consents, as is 
testified by Henry Grewell, of S. 
Mary's in Dover, tru^ger. At Charl- 
ton. Oct. 21, 1640." 

Hawle. See Hall. 

Hawlen, Richard, of Maid.stone, husb., 
ba., about 30, whose father, Robert 
Hawlen, s. p., husb., consents, and 
Elizabeth Burbridge of Boxley, v., 
about 22 or 23, d. of John Burbridge, 
s. p., who also consents. At All 
Saints', Cant. July 24, 1639. 

Hawlett, John, of the Precincts of Ch. 
Ch., Cant., g., ba., about 30, and 
Elizabeth Edolphe of S. Lawrence 
n. Cant., maiden, about 23, d. of 
John Edolphe, s. p., g., who consents. 
At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. June 21, 
1 622. [The allegation is signed " John 
Hallett."] 



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476 



Hawtry, John, of Ashford, g, widr., 
about 50, and MarySpicer of Smeeth, 
v., about 28, d. of William Spicer of 
Monk's Horton, who consents. At 
Smeeth. March 16, 1623. 

Hay, Arthur, and Sarah Petteman, of 
Deal. At same. March 22, 1631. 

Hayes, John, of New Romney, husb., 
widr., about 37, and Ann Stoneham, 
s. p., maiden, about 27, whose 
parents are dead. At Hope All 
Saints. Sept. 25, 1620. 

Hayes, Theophilus, of SS. Cosmos and 
Damain in the Blean, husb., ba., 
about 23, and Mary Kempe, s. p., v., 
about 26, d. of [blank] Kempe of 
Heme, husb., who consents. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. Thomas Bromley of 
S. Paul's, Cant., husb., and Robert 
Harris of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
husb., bonds. June 26, 1645. 

Hayes, Thomas, of S. M. Bredln's, Cant., 
husb., ba., about 22, whose mother 
consents, and Ann Chester of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., w. of [blank] 
Chester, late of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
dec. At Thanington. Nicholas 
Champney of Cant., tailor, and John 
Ratacy {?) of Westbere, thatcher, 
bonds. Sept. 21, 1644. 

Hayes, William, of Dover, carpenter, 
ba., about 25 or 26, whose father, 
Edward Hayes of Sussex, glover, 
consents, and Mary Smith of S. 
Mary's in Dover, v., about 25, d. of 
Peter Smith, s. p., carpenter, who 
also consents, as is testified by John 
Newman of Dover, husb. At S. 
Mary's in D. Roger Giles of Cant., 
cordwainer, bonds. Feb. 8, 1639. 

Hayes, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
carpenter, ba., about 38, and Eliza- 
beth Lanes, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
parents are dead. At Charlton. 
Henry Lanes of Dover, mariner, 
bonds. May 8, 1641. 

Hayman, George, of East Mailing, malt- 
ster, ba., about 26, and Ann Austen of 
Rolvenden, maiden, about 24, d. of 
[blank] Austen, late s. p., dec. At 
Rolvenden. May 21, 1621. 

Heyman, John, of Elham, butcher, 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Martha Penuold, s. p., maiden, about 
23, d. of John Penuold, late s. p., 
dec, and now in the govt, of her 
mother, Martha Penuold, s. p., w., 
who consents. At Elham. April 
26, 1622. 



Haynes (Haines), Aaron, of Dover, sea- 
man, ba., about 24, and Mildred 
Buddie, s. p., v., about 24 or 25, d.' 
of Elizabeth Buddie, a/i'as Read, s. 
p., w'ho consents, as is testified by 
Aaron Gill, s. p., joiner. At S. Mil- 
dred's, Cant. Jan. 13, 1639. 

Haines, George, of Minster in Sheppy, 
husb., widr., and Susan Williams, s. 
p., v., about 30, d. of [blank] 
Williams, dec. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. Stephen Tapley of Milton, 
husb., bonds. July 21, 1645. 

Haynes, John, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
haberdasher, ba., about 21, at his 
own govt., and Edith Downe of God- 
mersham, v., about 23, d. of Norton 
Downe, s. p., ycom., who consents, 
as is testified by John Lee of Cant., 
haberdasher. At Godmersham. Dec. 
10, 1631. No/e. The allegation is 
signed "John Hayne." 

Haynes, Thomas, of Folkestone, black- 
smith, ba., about 40, and Susan 
Collison, s. p., maiden, about 28, at 
her own govt. At S. Dunstan's, 
Cant. May 10, 1621. 

Haynes, Thomas, of Scllinge, coach- 
man, ba., about 34, and Elizabeth 
Baylye of Smeeth, maiden, about 25, 
d. of Samuel Baylye, late of Sellinge, 
yeom., dec, and now at her own 
govt. At Smeeth. Feb. 15, 1621. 

Haines, William, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
and Susan Gore of Maidstone. At 
Maidstone. Feb. 12, 1630. 

Haines, William, of S.Andrew's, Cant., 
haberdasher, widr., and Ann Farrar, 
s. p., v., about 23, d. of Thomas 
Farrar, late s. p., dec. At Lynstead. 
June 20, 1632. 

Haynes, William, of Goudhurst, currier, 
widr., and Elizabeth Beale, s. p., w. 
of Gilbert Beale, late of Wadhurst 
in Sussex, dec. At All Saints', Cant. 
John Crowherst of Lamberhurst, 
husb., bonds. Dec. 4, 1633. 

Hayslup, William, of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., butcher, ba., about 21, whose 
father consents, and Elizabeth Law- 
rence, s. p., spr., about 20, whose 
parents are dead. At Thanington. 
Mark Milles of S. Mildred's, Cant., 
weaver, bonds. ]\Iay 25, 1635. A^o/e. 
" William Hugllup " in Thanington 
Reg. See Heselup. 

Hay ward, Bartholomew, andMary Adams, 
of S. Peter's in Sandwich. At same. 
Feb. 10, 1623. 



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478 



Hayward, Bartholomew, of Woodnes- 
boroiigh, luisb., ba., about 24, and 
Bennet Butler of Bridge, v., about 
26, d. of Alice Butler of Birchington, 
w., who consents, "as is sworn by 
the said Bennet." At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. March 7, 1630. 

Hayward, Edward, of Sandwich, butcher, 
widr., and Elizabeth Knocke, s. p., 
maiden, about 36, whose parents are 
dead. At S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
March 14, 1627. 

Hayward, John, of Maidstone, brewer, 
ba., about 23, and Susan Bredham, 
s. p., w., about 40, relict of William 
Bredham, late s. p., g., dec. At 
Berstead, by reason that Mr. Thomas 
Angood, vicar there, intendelh to 
bestow a wedding or drinking on 
them. Nov. 27, 1623. 

Hayward,John,of Womenswould,yeom., 
ba., 21, at his own govt., and Mary 
Freind of Northbourne, maiden, 
about 19, d. of Roger and Margery 
Freind, s. p., " who is willing," as is 
testified by William Freind, s. p., 
yeom. At Northbourne. April23,1627. 

Hayward, John, of Birchington, husb., 
widr., and Joan Hayward of Heme, 
v., about 35 or 36, whose parents are 
dead. At S. Alphage, Cant. John 
Tayler of Birchington, husb., and 
George Hayward of Heme, cooper, 
bonds. March 18, 1640. 

Hayward, Richard, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, saddler, ba., about 26, and 
Mary Eglestone of Ash, v., about 24, 
whose parents are dead. At Ash. 
Thomas Eglestone of Ash, yeom., 
bonds. Feb. 25, 1628. 

Hayward, Richard, of Sandwich, beer- 
brewer, widr., and Phoebe Partridge, 
s. p., v., about 35 or 36. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. William Rijckeses 
of Sandwich, maltster, bonds. Aug. 
29, 1644. 

Hayward, Robert, of Braboume, weaver, 
widr., about 66, and Dorothy Coppin 
of Burmarsh, w., about 60, relict of 
[blank] Coppin, late of Aldington, 
husb., dec. At Burmarsh. Jan. 23, 
1623. 

Hayward, Robert, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
cordwainer, ba., about 24, and 
Welihen Coxcery, s. p., w. of John 
Coxcery, late s. p., sailor, dec. At 
same. Israel Cooper of Dover, 
cooper, bonds. July 14, 1635. 



Hayward, Samuel, of Gillingham, g., 
widr., about 36, and Barbara Caslocke 
of Faversham, maiden, about 18, d. 
of John Caslock, s. p., g, who con- 
sents. At Preston n. Faversham. 
March 7, 1621. 

Hayward, Thomas, of Faversham, g., 
ba., about 19, son of John Hayward, 
late s. p., g., dec, and now under the 
govt, of his father-in-law, John Wood, 
s. p., g., who consents, and Joan Ady 
of Lynstead, v., about 17, d. of 
Nicholas Ady, s. p., g., who also con- 
sents. At Preston n. Faversham. 
Dec. 22, 1623. See Ady, Nicholas, 
same date. 

Hayward, Thomas, of Nonington, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Simons, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Lawrence Simons, s. 
p., yeom., who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Thomas Scott of 
Barfrestone, yeom., bonds. Dec. 
13, 1632. 

Hayward, Thoinas, of Littlebourne, 
carpenter, ba., about 25, and Eliza- 
beth Cole, s. p., v., about 20 or 21, 
d. of James Cole, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by Robert Hales, s. p., 
husb. At S. Andrew's, Cant. Feb. 
26, 1639. 

Hayward, Thomas, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba , about 30, and Mary Knowles of 
Selling, v., about 25, d. of Margaret 
Knowles, a/ias Roades, who consents. 
At S. M. Northgate, Cant. Robert 
Rasell of Sheldwich, husb., and 
Robert Knowles of Bishopsbourne, 
tailor, bonds. May 30, 1640. 

Hayward, Thomas, of Walmer, and 
Mary Heeler of Faversham. Oct. 12, 
1643. [From the Reg. of S. Peter's, 
Cant.] 

H award, William, of Harty, g., ba., 
about 25, and Mary Hamon of the 
Precincts of Ch Ch., Cant., v., about 
20, d. of William Hamon, s. p., g., 
who consents. At Ch. Ch., Cant. 
Feb. 17, 1635. 

Haywell, Nicholas, of Hythe, rippier, 
ba., about 24, and Margaret Munn, s. 
p., w., about 36, late wife of Thomas 
Munn late of Hythe, grocer, dec. 
At Postling. i\Iay 29, 1619. 

Head, Edward, of Kennington, yeom., 
widr., and Mary Mownt of Boughton 
Aluph, w. of Edward Mownt, late s. 
p., dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 



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CANTERBURY 



480 



William Piper of Kennington, yeom., 
and Thomas Spice, s. p., husb., bonds. 
May 4, 1635. 

Head, Eleazer, of Faversham, innholdcr, 
ba., about 29, and Elizabeth Jemmet, 
s. p., w. of George Jemmet, late dec. 
At same. John Scott, s. p., brewer, 
bonds. Sept. 9, 1633. 

Head, Richard, of Faversham, black- 
smith, ba., about 30, and Elizabeth 
Pett, s. p., w. of Robert Pett, late s. 
p.. dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. John 
Young of Faversham, blacksmith, 
bonds. April 2, 1639. 

Head, Simon, of Whitfield, alias Beaux- 
field, yeom., ba., about 32, whose 
father, Symon Head, consents, and 
Thomasine Spicer of Lyminge, v., 
about 27, d. of Robert Spicer, s. p., 
who also consents. At Lyminge. 
Daniel Browne of Lydd, yeom., 
bonds. Feb. 25, 1639. 

Head, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
carpenter, ba., about 28, and Mar- 
garet Royall, s. p., w. of John 
Royal!, late of Dover, dec. At S. 
Mary's in Dover. Dec. 16, 1640. 

Head, William, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
seaman, widr., and Catherine Belton, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of [blank] Bel- 
ton, s. p., barber chirurgeon, who 
consents. At S. Mary's in D. April 
8, 1642. 

Heale, Godfrey, of Charing, tailor, ba., 
about 35, and Mary Chambers, s. p., 
spr., about 26. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Edward Chambers of S. 
George's, Cant., brickmaker, bonds. 
Jan. 19, 1632. 

Heale, Richard, of the city of London, 
g., ba., 23, at his own govt., and 
Margaret Fagge of Dover, v., about 
17, d. of George Fagge, s. p., who 
consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. John Pringle of Dover, Jurat, 
bonds. March 23, 1629. 

Heard, Anthony, of Seasalter, husb., 
widr., about 36, and Freswicke Peers, 
s. p., w., about 38, relict of Richard 
Peers, late s. p., dec. At same. 
" George Batcheler of the parish of 
Pankeridge in Sussex, fustian 
weaver." bonds. Nov. 18, 1619. 

Heard, Francis, of Ashford, cutler, ba., 
about 40, and Ann Kent, s. p., w., 
about 47, relict of one Kent, late s. 
p., dec. At Halden, because her 
brother and sister do live there, and 



intend to give them a drinking there. 
Robert Hardes of Cant., innholder, 
bonds. Oct. 28, 1626. 

H early, Richard, of Hawkhurst, broad- 
weaver, ba., about 26, and Martha 
Worsley, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. 
of William Worsley, s. p., husb., who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Martin, s. p., husb. At same. Feb. 
13, 1622. 

Hearne, William, of Eastchurch in 
Sheppy, husb., ba., about 26, and 
Alice Sweyton of Faversham, v., 
about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At Holy Cross, Cant. Oct. 16, 1627. 

Hearnden, Richard, of Maidstone, 
cooper, widr., about 60, and Ann 
Maddocke, s. p., v., about 30, who, 
her father being dead, is now under 
the govt, of Joan Maddock, s. p., w., 
who consents. At same. July 16, 1625. 

Hedge, George, of Dover, hackneyman, 
ba., about 20, with his mother's con- 
sent, and JMary Frencham, s. p., w. 
of Thomas Frencham, late of Rye in 
Sussex, dec. At Denton. Paramor 
Wood of Cant., vintner, bonds. 
April 6, 1632. 

Hedgcock, George, of Birchington, and 
Margaret Jefifery of S. Nicholas At- 
wade. At S. N. Aiwade. Jan. 4, 1639. 

Hedgcock (Hidgcock), Thomas, of 
Westwell, husb., ba., about 24, and 
Agnes Johnson, s. p., maiden, about 
24, d. of John Johnson, s. p., husb., 
who consents. At S. Andrew's, Cant. 
Nov. 29, 1621. 

Hedgecock, William, of Holy Cross, 
Cant., maltman, ba., about 25, and 
Mary Pickering, s. p., w., about 40, 
relict of George Pickering, late s. p., 
dec. At S. James's in Dover, for 
that the woman's chiefest friends 
living are dwelling there. March 4, 
1627. 

Hedgecocke, William, of Folkestone, 
bricklayer, ba., about 20, whose 
father, John Hedgecocke, consents, 
and Alice Perkins, s. p., v., about 
23, whose parents are dead. At 
Swingfield. Jan. 23, 1639. 

Hedgcock, William, of Holy Cross. 
Cant., victualler, widr., and Amy 
Dunne, s. p., v., about 19, d. of 
James Dunne of Elham, husb., who 
consents. At H. Cross, Cant. John 
Dale of PL Cross, Cant., butcher, 
bonds. May 3, 1644. 



481 



MARRIAGE LICENCES. 



482 



Heed, William, of Teynham, yeom,, 
widr., and Mary Wells of Preston n. 
Faversham, w. of Robert Wells, late 
dec. At AH Saints', Cant. John 
Scott of Faversham, brewer, and 
William Clifford of Preston, yeom., 
bonds. Nov. 28, 1636. See Edo. 

Heeler, Jervis, of Hernhill, yeom., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and 
Sarah Morris, s. p., maiden, about 
17, d. of Bartholmew Morris, late of 
Seasalter, yeom., dec, and now 
under the govt, of her mother, Mary 
Morris, otherwise Heeler, now wife 
of Matthew Heeler of Hernhill, who 
consents, as is testified by William 
Cleare of Hernhill, husb. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. June 7, 1624. 

Heeler, Gervase, of Hernhill, yeom., 
widr., and Ellen Hawke, s. p., v., 
about 22, d. of Richard Hawke, s. 
p., who consents. At S. M. North- 
gate, Cant. April 23, 1636. 

Heeler, Jarvis, of Hernhill, yeom., widr., 
and Elizabeth Coleman of Ospringe, 
v., about 21, d. of Thomas Coleman, 
who consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. May 11, 1637. 

Heeler, John, of Faversham, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose father, Joseph Heeler, 
s. p., yeom , consents, and Jane 
Reynoldes of Norton, v., about 20. 
[Allegation incomplete and crossed 
out. No day, but between March 16 
and 20, 1636.] 

Heeler, John, of Faversham, yeom., 
ba., about 25, whose father Joseph 
Heeler, consents, and Jane Rey- 
noldes of Davington, v., about 23, 
d. of Alice Reynoldes of Norton, w., 
who also consents, as is testified by 
George Drury of Davington, yeom. 
At Faversham. Feb. 10, 1639. 

Heeler, Joseph, of Graveney, yeom., 
widr., about 38, and Mary Yeoman- 
son of Borden, v., about 27, d. of 
Ralph Yeomanson, late of Challock, 
dec, and now under the govt, of her 
uncle, one Rayner of Borden, yeom., 
who consents. At Borden. Nov. 
9, 1626. 

Heeler, Joseph, of S. Peter's, Cant., 
carpenter, ba., about 28, son of Ann 
May, s. p., w., who consents, and 
Catherine Bromley, s. p., w. At 
same. William Tayler of Cant., 
carpenter, bonds., and Ann May, 
w., bondswoman. Dec. 1, 1638. 



Heeler, Joshua, of Hernhill, yeom., ba., 
about 24, and Mary Vallance, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of George Vallence, 
s. p., yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by George Pordage. At 
Holy Cross, or S. M. Bredin's, Cant. 
Jonas Tuckwell of Cant., victualler, 
bonds. Jan. 14, 1660. 

Helbie, Stephen, of Rainham, seaman, 
ba., about 23, whose parents are 
dead, and Rebecca Ray, s. p., v., 
about 23, d. of John Ray, who con- 
sents, as is testified by a letter from 
Mr. Henry Warren, clerk, curate 
of Rainham. At same. Cuthbert 
Embleton, s. p., seaman, and Stephen 
Morris, s. p., butcher, bonds. July 
15, 1640. 

Hellman, Henry, of Milton n. Sitting- 
bourne, blacksmith, ba., about 22, 
and Mary Parker of Halstow, maiden, 
about 17, d. of Thomas Parker, s. p., 
yeom., who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. July 6, 1619. 

Hemmington, Henry, of Wye, husb., 
widr., and [Olive] Browneing of 
Faversham, w. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Jacobus Genvey of Cant., yeom., 
and John Osborne, s. p., tailor, 
bonds. Feb. 26, 1638. 

Henden, Robert, of Rolvenden, yeom., 
ba., 23 and upwards, at his own 
govt., and Elizabeth Tolherst of 
Wittersham, w., about 24, relict of 
William Tolherst, late of Rolvenden, 
dec. At Wittersham. Nov. 1, 1626. 

Henden, William, of Tenterden, yeom., 
ba., about 28, and Mary Owen, s. p., 
v., about 23, whose father being 
dead, she is now under the govt, of 
Shemya Selherst, s. p., executor of 
her said father's will, who consents. 
At Ashford. Dec. 3. 1624. 

Hendey, James, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 23, whose father 
consents, and Judith Jones, s. p., v., 
about 28, d. of William Jones, s. p., 
who also consents. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Esdras Denne of Cant., 
vintner, bonds. April 15, 1637. 

Henley, John, of Tenterden, husb., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., whose 
parents are dead, and Thomasine 
Keete, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are also dead. At Halden. 
Michael Keete and Abednigo Stan- 
dcn, both of Tenterden, brickmakers, 
bonds. May 21, 1630. 

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483 



CANTERBURY 



484 



Henley, John, of Lenham, hiisb., ba., 
about 30, and Leah Hopper, s. p., 
w. of [blank] Hopper, late s. p., dec. 
At same. April 13, 1632. 

Henley, John, of Cranbrook, g., widr., 
and Elizabeth Web, s. p., w. of 
Stephen Web, late of Aylesford, dec. 
At Goudhurst. Sept. 21, 1632. 

Henley, Reignold, of S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant., farrier, widr., and Ann Covell 
of All Saints', Cant., v., about 40. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. June 21, 
1643. 

Henley, Richard, of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
apothecary, widr., and Ann Gilford 
of Holy Cross, Cant., w. of Edward 
Gilford, late s. p., dec. At Fordwich. 
Robert Mitchell of Cant., woollen- 
draper, bonds. June 29, 1636. 

Hen man, Adam, of Whitstable, yeom., 
ba., about 23, whose father consents, 
and Mary Gore, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead. At All 
Saints', Cant. John Hewson of 
Whitstable, yeom., bonds. June 3, 
1641. 

Hen man, Henry, of Upchurch, husb., 
widr., about 37, and Sarah Skeere, 
of Tong, w., about 40, relict of John 
Skeere, late s. p., dec. At All 
Saints', Cant. July 9, 1627. 

Hen man, James, of Biddenden, yeom., 
ba., about 35, and Frances Lambert, 
s. p., maiden, about 24, d. of Robert 
Lambert, late of Yalding, dec. At 
Headcorn, because Mr. Thomas 
Harman, Vicar there will bestow the 
wedding upon them. Oct. 27, 1623. 

Hen man, Reginald, the younger, of 
Whitstable, husb., ba., about 23, son 
of Peter Henman, s. p., yeom., who 
consents, and Susan Evans of S. 
Dunstan's, Cant., v., about 19, d. of 
Robert Evans, s. p., bricklayer, who 
also consents. At Thanington. 
June 9, 163.5. 

Henman, Richard, of S. Alphagc, Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 24, and Thomasine 
Robinson of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
maiden, about 1 9, d. of one Robin- 
son, late of Elham, dec, " and like- 
wise all or most part of her friend's 
and alies are now dead, and she now 
remayneth in the service of William 
Beane of S. Andrew's, Cant., linncn- 
draper." At Thanington. Jan. 28, 
1624. 



Henman, Sydracke, of Faversham, 
yeom., ba., about 26, and Alice 
Moys, s. p., maiden, about 26, d. of 
[blank] Moys of Leaveland, yeom., 
who consents. At S. RL Northgate, 
Cant. Nov. 6, 1623. Nofe. The 
allegation is signed " Siriake Hen- 
man." 

H en niker(Heneker), Francis, of Boxley, 
tailor, ba., about 22, whose father, 
Robert Heneker, consents, and 
Margaret Whitinge of Maidstone, 
v., about 25, whose parents are dead. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Oct. 26, 1634. 

Henneker, Henry, of Charing, husb., 
ba., about 22, whose mother con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Sherly of 
Stockbury, v., 21 and upwards, d. of 
widow Sherly, s., p., who also con- 
sents. At Stockbury. Henry Young 
of Cant., tailor, and Edward Young 
of Sturry, yeom., bonds. Feb. 12, 
1639. 

Henneker, James, of S. John's in 
Thanet, vintner, ba., about 25, and 
Elizabeth Barber, s. p., v., 22, d. of 
John Barber, s. p., who consents. 
At same. Aug. 3, 1629. 

Henneker, John, of Eastwell, yeom., 
ba., about 33, whose mother con- 
sents, and Elizabeth Bently, s. p., 
v., about 25, d. of [blank] Bently of 
Pluckley, w., who also consents. 
At Eastwell or Challock. John 
Boutell of Cant., tapster, bonds. 
Jan. 4, 1640. 

Henneker, Robert, of Boxle}-, yeom., 
widr., about 45, and Elizabeth Penny, 
s. p., w., about 43, relict of William 
Penny, late s. p., dec. At same. 
John Heneker of Chartham and 
Thomas Heniker of Chilham, yeo- 
men, bonds. Jan. 30, 1622. 

Heneker, Robert, of Bo.xley, husb., 
about 48, and Elizabeth Bawden of 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant., w., about 
30, relict of John Bawden, late of 
Cant., dec. At S. M. Bredman's. 
Feb. 26, 1627. 

Henneker, Thomas, of S. Mary's in 
Dover, seaman, ba., about 24, whose 
parents are dead, and Mary Smith, 
s. p., v., about 20, d. of Thomas 
Smith, s. p., who consents. At 
Charlton. Thomas Bowdler of 
Hackington, gardener, bonds. May 
30, 1640. 



485 



ilARRrAGE LICENCES. 



486 



Heneker, Walter, of Iwade, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Bose of Tong, v., 
about 22, d. of Ralph Bose, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Tunbridge of Lynstead, 
gardener. At All Saints', Cant. 
March 4, 1632. 

Henneker, William, of Bredhurst,yeom., 
ba., upwards of 30, and Elizabeth 
Roper of Otham, maiden, upwards 
of 30, d. of George Roper of 
Berstead, veoni., who consents. At 
Otham. July 25, 1623. 

Henneker, William, of Pluckley, clothier, 
ba., about 30, and Martha Benskin, 
s. p., v., about 21, d. of Thomas 
Benskin, s. p., yeom., who consents 
At same. May 23, 1633. 

Henneker, William, of Bridge, yeom., 
ba., about 24, whose father, Nicholas 
Heneker, consents, and Abigail 
Tournay, s. p., v., about 24, whose 
parents are dead. At same. April 27, 
1639. 

Hen slow, James, of Lydd, bricklayer, 
ba., about 24, whose parents are 
dead, and Margaret Fovvle, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of Ann Fowle of 
Kennington, w., who consents, as is 
testified by her son, John Fowle. At 
S. Peter's, Cant. John Gratnell of 
Kennington, linen weaver, bonds. 
Sept. 6, 1642. 

Hensly, Thomas, of East Sutton, husb., 
ba., about 21, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Whitton, s. p., maiden, 
about 23, d. of [blank] Whitton, 
dec, and now at her own govt. At 
same. Sept. 17, 1623. 

Herbert (Harbert), of Sandwich, Jurat, 
widr., about 60, and Avis Bing of 
Holy Cross, Cant., w., about 50, relict 
of Henry Bing, late s. p., dec. At 
Hackington. Sept. 20, 1627. See 
Harbert. 

Herbert. See Harbert. 

Herenden, Walter, of Milton, sailor, 
ba., about 25, and FZUen Kneland, s. 
p., w., about 27, relict of Arthur 
Kneland, late s. p., dec. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Rowland Vaugham 
of Cant., clerk, and Isaac Colfe of 
Milton, harberdasher of small wares, 
bonds. Jan. 24, 1619. 

Hernden, Christopher, of Marden, car- 
penter, ba., about 35, and Joan 
Burgis of Maidstone, w. of Henry 
Burgis, late s. p., dec. At Holy 



Cross, Cant. John Ramkin of Maid- 
stone, bricklayer, bonds. June 4, 
1640. 

Herringham, Nicholas, and Elizabeth 
Fenner of S. Mary's in Dover, At 
same. March 3, 1624. 

Heselopp, Valentine, of Fordwich, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Christian Bla.xland 
of Starry, v., about 21, at her own 
govt. At S. Peter's, Cant. Jacobus 
BlaxlandofSturry, shipwright", bonds. 
Jan. 31, 1641. See Hayslup. 

Hewes, See Hughes. 

Hewett, Ambrose, of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
husb., ba., about 24, and Mary 
Quested of Minster in Thanet, v., 
about 18, d. of Elizabeth Quested, 
alias Wattes, wife of John Wattes, 
who consents. At S. N. Atwade or 
Hoath. July 9, 1645. 

Hewett, Henry, of Swalecliff, husb., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Jane 
Foster of Heme, v., about 30, d. of 
George Foster, s. p., husb., who 
consents. At Swalecliff. Daniel 
Matthewes, and John Tomlin, of 
Swalecliffe, husb., bonds. Dec. 3, 
1636. See Huett. 

Hewins, Edward, of All Saints', Cant., 
yeom., ba., about 30, and Margaret 
Barrett of S. M. Magdalene, Cant., 
v., about 21, d. of Edward Barret, 
s. p., who consents, as is testified by 
John Berry of Cant., vintner. At 
Thanington. Sept. 5, 1638. 

Hewyns, John, of Westhythe, tailor, 
widr., about 36, and Joan Pledger of 
Hurst, w., about 45, relict of James 
Pledger, late s. p., dec. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. Joseph Ludd of S. M. North- 
gate, papermaker, bonds. March 2, 
1621. 

Hewson, John, of Whitstable, yeom,, 
widr., and Joan Allen, s. p., v., 20 
and upwards, whose parents are dead. 
At same. Geoffrey Pordage of 
Goodnestone n. Faversham, husb., 
bonds. Nov. 14, 1640. See Hughson, 
Huson. 

Heyden, Henry Vander. — See Van der 
Heyden, Henry. Jan. 9, 1639. 

Hickman, Andrew, of Newington n. 
Sittingbourne, husb., widr., and 
Rebecca Layton, s. p., v., d. of John 
Layton of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
haberdasher, who consents. At 
Newington n. S. John Lawton afore- 
said, bonds. June 20, 1642. 



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CANTERBURY 



488 



Hickmote, Edward, of Brede in Sussex, 
carpenter, ba., about 30, and Ann 
March of Cranbrook, v., about 24, 
whose mother consents, as is testified 
bv John Rlerrolls of Brede, husb. At 
Sandhurst. Sept. 6, 1631. 

Hickmote, George, of Horsmonden, 
husb., ba., about 36, and Elizabeth 
Reynoldes of Goudhurst, w. of Robert 
Reynoldes, late dec. At Goudhurst. 
Francis Hickmote of Headcorn, 
mercer, bonds. July 5, 1636. 

Hicks (Hix), John, of Deal, sailor, ba., 
about 21, at his own govt., and Mary 
Ayler, .s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of 
Henry Ayler, s. p., sailor, who con- 
sents. At same. March 16, 1624. 

Hickes, John, of Charing, yeom., ba., 
about 23, whose father, Thomas 
Hickes, consents, and Elizabeth 
Goddin, s. p., v., about 24, [d. of] 
Richard Goddin, who also consents. 
At same. Giles Brett of Eythorne, 
yeom., bonds. Aug. 13, 1642. 

Hix, Robert, of Stalisfield, widr., about 
50, and Elizabeth Wyer of Faver- 
sham, maiden, about 30, d. of 
Edward Wyer of Ospringe, yeom., 
dec. At Stalisfield. Henry West of 
Stalisfield,clerk, bonds. May 18,1619. 

Hix, Robert, of Stalisfield, husb, ba., 
about 27, whose father consents, and 
Ann Downe, s. p., v., about 27, d. of 
Edward Downe, s. p., g., who also 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Jan. 27, 1636. 

Hickes, William, of Throwley, yeom.,ba., 
about 26, and Temperance Huntley, 
s. p., v., about 36, at her own govt. 
At Stalisfield. Richard Michenerof 
Cant., joiner, and John Baker of 
Throwley, husb., bonds. April 19, 
1636. 

H ickson, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, ba., about 21, whose father, 
Bennet Hickson, consents, and Susan 
Day, s. p., v., about 19, d. of Thomas 
Day, s. p., who also consents, as is 
testified by her brother, Thomas Day. 
At same. Dec. 12, 1637. 

Hixon, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
mariner, widr., and Margaret Marsh 
of East Langdon, v., about 19, d. of 
Mary Marsh, s. p., w., who consents, 
as is testified by Michael Page of 
Cant., g. At E. Langdon. Warham 
Williams of Dover, mariner, bonds. 
June 26, 1640. 



Hide, Christopher, of S. James's in 
Dover, butcher, widr., about 42, and 
Ann Gotam, s. p., maiden, about 33, 
d. of Bennett Gotam of Sandwich, 
w. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Aug. 18, 1625. 

Hide, John, of Tenterden, grosier, widr., 
and Martha Baker of Newenden, v., 
about 40, whose parents are dead. 
At Newenden. Jacobus Jackson of 
Cant., clothier, and John Capit, s. p., 
clothworker, bonds. June 12, 1638. 

Hider, Richard, of Faversham, tailor, 
about 25, and Dorothy Hosmer, s. p., 
w. of John Hosmer, late of Godmer- 
sham, dec. At Faversham. John 
Cartwright of Ch. Ch.,Cant.,virgerer, 
and Alexander Dogget of Faversham, 
weaver, bonds. June 12, 1637. 

Higgins, Henry, of Wittersham, tailor, 
widr., and Agnes Spinner, s. p., v., 
about 40. At S. Alphage, Cant. 
Oct. 5, 1641. 

Higgens, Richard, of Ch. Ch., Cant., 
tailor, ba., about 25, and Mildred 
Allen of Stodmarsh, v., about 38. 
At S. Dunstan's, Cant. Nov. 13, 
1633. 

Higham, Humfrey, of Aldington, cord- 
wainer, widr., about 28, and 
Constance Goaler, s. p., v., about 23, 
d. of Thomas Goaler, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Higham of Lenham, cordwainer. 
At Thanington. June 25, 1625. 

Hyam, Mysell (Misael), of Marden, 
broadweaver, widr., and AnnWeekes, 
s. p., v., about 38. At same. Gabriel 
French of Cant., weaver, and Richard 
Hardres, s. p., clothier, bonds. Oct. 
19, 1636. 

Highland, James, of Frittenden, brick- 
laj-er, widr., about 55, and Elizabeth 
Baker of Cranbrook, w., about 35, 
relict of William Baker, late dec. 
At Frittenden. June 30, 1625. 

Hyland, Richard, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
clothworker, ba., about 24, whose 
mother, Alice Hyland of Frittenden, 
consents, and Sarah Denn of S. 
Mary's in Dover, v., about 31, whose 
parents are dead. At Frittenden. 
Sept. 14, 1637. 

Hi land, William, of Biddenden, husb., 
ba., 22 and upwards, at his own govt., 
and Alice Pemble of Tenterden, v., 
of the like age, whose parents are 
dead. At Biddenden. Nov. 15, 1634. 



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490 



HighStead (Heigstead), Thomas, of 
Bobbing, labourer, ba., about 32, and 
Sarah Gooddin, s. p., maiden, about 
20, d. of Thomas Goodin late s. p., 
dec, and at her own government. 
At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 7, 1619. 

Hysted, Thomas, of iMilstead, husb., ba., 
24 and upwards, whose father, 
Richard Hysted, consents, and Agnes 
Wraight of Doddington, v., about 19, 
d. of Richard Wraight, who also con- 
sents, as is testified by Augustine 
Henniker of Lenham, yeom. At 
Doddington or Wychling. Edward 
Worlev of Cant., blacksmith, bonds. 
March 14, 1638. 

Highton, Thomas, of Lenham, currier, 
widr., and Margaret Nutting, late of 
Bersted, now of Lenham, w. of 
Edward Nutting, late of Bersted, dec. 
At Harrietsham. Richard Toply of 
Lenham, cordwainer, bonds. June 
23, 1634. 

Highway, Richard, of S. James's in 
Dover, sailor, ba., about 26, his 
parents both dead, and Elizabeth 
Day, s. p., maiden, about 20, d. of 
Lezard Day of the city of London, 
yeom. It is alleged that the said 
Lezard Day, as also Gilian Richard- 
son of Dover, w. (in whose govt. 
Elizabeth Day now is) consent to this 
intended marriage. At Ewell. " 7° 
8brs 1620." [But A^ov. 7 is meant; 
and the same applies to Robert 
Nicholl, who obtained a licence on 
the same day.] 

Hilde, John, of S. Peter's in Thanet, 
yeom., ba., about 23, at his own govt., 
and Mary Tomlin, s. p., maiden, 
about 19, d. of Stephen Tomlin of 
S. John's in Thanet, yeom., dec. 
about 16 years since, now in the 
govt, of John Sackett of S. Peter's 
aforesaid, yeom., who consents, as is 
testified by Alexander Goodsone, s. 
p., yeom. At S. Peter's aforesaid. 
Jan. 26, 1621. 

Hild, John, of S. Mary's in Dover, husb., 
widr., 40 and upwards, and Cicely 
Phillipps, s. p., w., about 50, relict 
of Thomas Phillipps, late s. p., dec. 
At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. June 21, 
1625. 

Hild, Thomas, of Sellinge, husb., widr., 
and Elizabeth Tunbridge, s. p., w. of 
Nathaniel Tunbridge, late of 
Lyminge, dec. At S. Mildred's, Cant. 



Jacob Tunbridge of Sellinge, yeom., 
bonds. Dec. 15, 1642. 

Hild, William. — Appeared personally 
Margaret Brenchley of Beauxfield, w. 
of William Brenchley, late s. p., dec, 
and allegeth that she and one William 
Hild of Northbourne, yeom., widr., 
do intend to be married together. — 
At Northbourne. Feb. 18, 1627. 

Hilde, William, of Northbourne, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Smith of S. Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital, Sandwich, spr., 50 
and upwards. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant. Thomas Fisher of S. B's 
Hosp., g., bonds. July 25, 1640. 

Hillde, William, the younger, of Deal, 
seaman, ba., about 24, whose father, 
William Hilde, consents, and Mary 
Starkey, s. p., v., of the like age, d. 
of Thomas Starkey, s. p., who also 
consents, as is testified by Joseph 
Pritchar, s. p., hackneyman. At S. 
RL Bredman's, Cant. Jan. 6, 1644. 

Hildersonne, Thomas, of S. M. Mag- 
dalene, Cant., locksmith, ba., about 
25, and Elizabeth Longe, s. p., v., 
about 26, whose friends are dead. At 

5. M. Bredin's, Cant. Thomas 
Longe of S. M. Bredin's, tailor, bonds. 
Jan. 23. 1624. 

Hill, Philip, of Crundale, and Joan Gillett, 
s. p., maiden. At Elham. Jan. 15, 
1620. 

Hill, Thomas, of Newington n. Sitting- 
bourne, husb., widr., and Joan Dodd 
of Stockbury, w. of Edward Dodd, 
late s. p., dec. At Newington. 
Jacobus kivesof Newington, clothier, 
bonds. June 27, 1635. 

Hllliard, Henry, of Brenzett, and Joan 
Wachiers of Ivychurch, w. At Ivy- 
church. [No date, but about Dec. 

6, 1619.] 

Hills, Alvery, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
apothecary, ba., about 26, whose 
father, Michael Hilles, consents, and 
Sarah Reader, s. p., v., about 22, d. 
of Margery Reader, s. p., w., who 
also consents, as is testified by 
Thomas Knowler of Faversham, 
yeom. At Nonington. Feb. 18, 1638. 
N'o/e. Thomas Knowlersigned " Tho: 
Knowler i v," by which I understand 
T. K., Junior. 

Hills, Avery, of S. Andrew's, Cant., 
apothecary, widr., and Ann Moore 
of S. George's, Cant., v., about 24, 
d. of Mrs. Moore, s. p., w. At S. 



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492 



]\I. Bredin's, Cant., Slurry or Milton 
n. Cant. Allegation made b}' Mr. 
Leonard Browne, " one of the 
Proctors of this Court." April 2, 1646. 

Hills, Anthony, of Wittersham, carpenter, 
widr., and Elizabeth Cooper of Stone 
in Oxney, v., about 33 or 34, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Tucknes, of Stone in 
Oxney, husb., bonds. May 17, 1642. 

Hills, Augustine, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet,yeom.,\vidr.,40 and upwards, 
and Margery Fittell of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, w., about 50. At S. Nich. 
Atwade. Allegation made and signed 
by Stephen Huftam, clerk, vicar of 
S. Nich. Atwade. May 24, 1625. 

Hills, Austen, ofS. Lawrence in Thanet, 
husb., widr., about 44, and Sibyl 
Allen, s. p., w., about 33, relict of 
Robert Allen, late s. p., maltster, 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 
14, 1626. 

Hills, Daniel, of Hothfield, andP^lizabeth 
Wills of Pluckley. At Hothfield. 
Feb. 9, 1620. 

Hills, Edward, of Rainham, yeom., ba., 
about 30, whose father consents, and 
Elizabeth Thayre, s. p., w. of John 
Thayre, late s. p., dec. At same or 
at Bredhurst. William Tunbridge 
of Boxley, yeom., bonds. Oct. 25, 
1641. 

Hills,Henry, of Brook, yeom., widr., 
about 29, and Joan Farley of East- 
well, maiden, about 25, d. of Thomas 
Farley, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Eastwell. Nov. 14, 1621. 

Hilles, Henry, of Brook, husb., widr., 
about 36, and Catherine Miller of 
Boughton Blean, maiden, about 20, 
d. of Thomas Miller of Wye, tile- 
maker, who consents, as is testified 
by his son, William INIiller, s. p., 
tile-maker. At B. Blean. April 2, 
1627. 

Hill, George, of Great Chart, yeom., ba , 
about 30, and Elizabeth Waller, s. p., 
w., about 40, relict of [blank] Waller, 
late s. p., yeom., dec. about 10 years 
since. At same. Feb. 12, 1622. 

Hills, Joel, of Milton n. Sittingbourne, 
beerbrewer, widr., about 42, and 
Elizabeth Tayler, s. p., maiden about 
30, d. of Richard Tayler, s. p., yeom., 
who consents. At same, Oct 4, 1622. 

Hills, John, of Egerton, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Elizabeth Chintinge, 



s. p., v., about 28, d. of Robert 
Chintinge, s. p., who consents. At 
same. Feb. 14, 1626. 

Hills, John, of Bethersden, husb., ba., 
about 28, and Martha Hunt, s. p., 
v., about 23, whose mother consents, 
as is testified by her brother, Isaac 
Hunt. At same. Feb. 7, 1630. 

Hills, John, of Berstead, yeom., ba., 
about 48, and Mary Hunt, s. p., v., 
about 27, d. of Mary Hunt, s. p., w., 
who consents. At Otham. Nov. 2, 
1631. 

Hills, John, of Westbere, bricklayer, 
widr., and Joan Ewell, s. p., v., about 
23, d. of James Ewell of Heme, 
weaver, who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Laurence Hills of Westbere, 
bricklayer, bonds. Aug. 13, 1632. 

Hilles, John, of Borden, husb., ba., 
about 40, and Mary Hunt, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Richard Hunt of 
Newnham, who consents. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. Sept. 20, 1632. 

Hills, John, of Maidstone, wheelwright, 
ba., about 21, whose parents are dead, 
and Margaret Hyham, s. p., v., about 
23, whose mother consents, as is testi- 
fied by William Hoad, s. p., black- 
smith. At Lenham. Aug. 19, 1637. 

Hill, John, of S. Mildred's, Cant., beer- 
brewer, ba.,30 and upwards, and Amy 
Turnley of Godmersham, v., about 
27, d. of Augustine Turnley, s. p., 
carpenter, who consents. At S. 
Mildred's, Cant. John Turnley of 
Godmersham, carpenter, bonds. 
March 10, 1637. 

Hilles, John, of Stone n.Ospringe, yeom., 
widr., and Sarah Paine, s. p., v., about 
31. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Jacobus Gentleman, clerk, rector of 
Luddenham, and Thomas Fercy. s. 
p., yeom., bonds. Aug. 15, 1642. 

H i I les, Norton, of Hackington, tilemaker, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., whose 
parents are dead, and Thomasine 
Richardes, s. p., v., about 25 or 26, 
d. of [blank] Richardes of Little- 
bourne, who consents. At S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant. Henry Braines of 
Hackington, tilemaker, bonds. Nov. 
7, 1640. 

Hills, Robert, and Elizabeth Murton, of 
Adisham. At same. Feb. 3, 1637. 

Hills, Stephen, of Maidstone, yeom., ba., 
about 22, and Margaret Pluggens, s. 
p., v., about 19, now under the govt. 



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494 



of her uncle, Henry Course, s. p., who 
consents, as is testified by Walter 
Hills, s. p., father of the said Stephen. 
At same. Jan. 31, 1625. 

Hills, Thomas, of Hothfield, clothier, ba., 
about 30, and Ann Wills of Pluckley, 
maiden, about 23, d. of Thomas Wills 
of Pluckley, husb., dec. about 12 
years since, and now in the govt, of 
Joan Wills, otherwise Knocke, her 
mother, who consents, as is testified 
by John Pell of S. M. Magdalene, 
Cant., butcher. At Bethersden. Dec. 
15, 1620. 

Hills, Thomas, of Harbledown, and 
Catherine Man of Cosmus Damien, 
Blean. At Cosmus Damien. April 
7, 1634. 

Hills, Thomas, of Chart n. Sutton 
Valence, butcher, ba., about 30, and 
Mary Lucas, s. p., v., about 22, d. of 
Thomas Lucas, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by Alexander Wattell 
of Leeds, yeom. At All Saint's, Cant. 
Dec. 29, 1635. 

Hill es, Thomas, of Borden, g., ba., about 
20, whose parents are dead, and Ann 
Garland of Sittingbourne, v., about 
17, d. of Edward Garland, s. p., clerk, 
and vicar there, who consents. At 
Sittingbourne or Hartlip. July 16, 
1646. 

Hills, Walter, of Maidstone, wheelwright, 
ba., 28, and Deborah Crompe, s. p., 
v., about 32, whose friends are dead, 
and she isnowtheservantof Ambrose 
Beale, s. p., Esquire, who makes 
and signs this allegation. At same. 
Jan. 26, 1624. 

Hilles, William, of Sheldwich, husb., 
ba., about 26, and Cicely Upton of 
Throwley, maiden, about 21, d. of 
Daniel Upton, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by John Hilles of 
Molash, husb. At S. Margaret's, 
Cant., Lawrence Hilles of S. Paul's, 
Cant., husb., bonds. Jan. 14, 1627. 

Hilles, William, of Selling, yeom., ba., 
about 31, and Joan Shrubsole, s. p., 
v., about 30, d. of Edward Shrubsole, 
s. p., who consents. At S. Mildred's, 
Cant. John Ashenden, s. p., gardener, 
bonds. April 7, 1629. 

Hills, William, of Faversham, grocer, 
about 24, and Catherine Roper, s. 
p., v., about 19, whose mother con- 
sents, as is testified by John Powell, 
s. p., maltster. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Jan. 14, 1629. 



Hills, William, of Kennardington, black- 
smith, ba., 20 and upwards, who, 
his parents being dead, is now 
under the govt, of his guardian, 
Richard Elvie, s. p., husb., who 
consents, and Joan Reade, s. p., v., 
about 24, whose parents are dead. 
At Thanington. Nicholas Champ- 
nev of Thanington, tailor, bonds. 
Aiig. 26, 1633. 

Hilton, Henry, of Stelling, husb., widr., 
and Ann Munday of Barham, w. of 
[blank] Munday, late dec. At S. 
RIargaret's, Cant. Cornelius Has- 
lock of Cant., weaver, bonds. Feb. 
11, 1635. 

Hilton, Richard, of Faversham, maltman, 
ba., about 40, and Ann Gourney of 
Throwley, v., about 24, whose parents 
are dead. At Throwley. Bartholo- 
mew Hilton of Faversham, chir- 
urgeon, bonds. May 9, 1631. 

Hilton, William, of Faversham, sailor, 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Mary Brooke of Stone n. Faversham, 
maiden, about 21, d. of Thomas 
Brooke, dec, and Mary his widow, 
yet living, who consents, as is testified 
by Richard Brooke of Stone, husb., 
her brother. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. June 8, 1626. 

Hinchey, Absolom, of S. Nicholas 
Atwade, husb., ba., about 20, son of 
Elizabeth Hinchey, alias Dauis, who 
consents, as is testified by George 
Jarman of S. Dunstan's, Cant., 
brewer, and Joan Pettit, of S. N. 
Atwade, spr., about 25, at her own 
govt., her parents being dead. At 
S. Dunstan's, Cant. Sept. 16, 1639. 

Hinckly, George, of Dover, maltman, 
ba., about 24, and Dennis Clarke of 
Sandwich, w. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Jan. 23, 1628. 

Hinckley, George, of S. Mary'sin Sand- 
wich, husb., widr., and Jane Hilton, 
s. p., w. of Edward Hilton, late s. p., 
basketmaker, dec. At S. Andrew's, 
Cant. Abraham Grooe of Cant., 
basketmaker, bonds. July 1, 1646. 

Hinckley, John, of Hawkhurst, cord- 
wynder, ba., about 26, and Agnes 
Vyney, s. p., maiden, about 28, d. of 
Jeremy Vyney, s. p., vintner, who 
consents, as is testified by Thomas 
Vyney, brother of Agnes. At Hoth- 
field. "And also the said John 
Hinckley and Thomas Vyney made 



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496 



faith that the reason why they the 
said p'ties would bee married at 
Hothfield is because that iMr. John 
Vyney, brother of the said Agnes and 
parson of Hothfield, intendeth to 
giue the said Agnes her weddinge 
dinner." Sept. 28, 1619. 

Hinckley, Robert, of Harrietsham, tailor, 
ba., about 29, and Frances Hope of 
Ulcombe, v., about 24, d. of James 
Hope, s. p., tailor, who consents. At 
Ulcombe. Feb. 13, 1637. 

Hincksley, John, of Bridge, husb., ba., 
about 24, and Elizabeth Bonham, s. 
p., v., about 27, at her own govt. At 
same. Anthony Buck of Cant., tailor, 
and John Parson, s. p., cordwainer, 
bonds. Feb. 17, 1633. 

Hind (Hynde), Edward, of Wickham- 
breu.x, husb., widr..and Susan Coppin, 
s. p., v., about 30, d. of Joan Coppin, 
who consents. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. John Faireman of Wingham, 
and Richard Allen of Nonington, 
yeomen, bonds. Feb. 14, 1636. 

Hind, Edward, of Kgerton, husb., ba., 
about 28, whose father, Thomas 
Hind, consents, and Elizabeth Viney, 
s. p., v., abont 24, d. of Susan Clarke, 
alias Viney, of Stockbury, who also 
consents, as is testified by Robert 
Tilby of Egerton, blacksmith. At S. 
Peter's, Cant. April 16, 1644. 

Hynd, John, of Sellinge, tanner, ba., 
about [blank], and Elizabeth Munnes, 
relict of John Munnes, late of Wye, 
dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
Robert Hills of Sellinge, tilemaker, 
bonds. May 19, 1630. 

Hind, William, of Norton, husb., ba., 
about 30, and Mary Upton, s. p.,. 
maiden, about 20, d. of John Upton, 
late of Ospringe, dec. Robert Upton, 
brother of Mary, consents. At S. M. 
Bredin's, Cant. John Travillian of 
Dodington, tailor, bonds. Nov. 20, 
1627. 

Hind, William, of Wickhambreux, yeom., 
widr.,and Margaret Mellensof Sturry, 
v., about 21, d. of William Mellens, 
s. p., who consents. At Sturry. 
Allegation made and signed by 
Stephen Sackett of Cosmos Blean, 
clerk. William Jordan of Cant., g., 
bonds. Jan. 9, 1660. See Hine. 

Hindmersin, Roger, of S. Mary's in 
Sandwich, clerk, widr., about 32, and 
Joan Broughton, s. p., maiden, about 



31, d. of Philip Broughton, late s. p., 
dec. At Holy Cross, Cant. June 7, 
1620. 

Hine, Edward, of West MalUng, husb., 
ba., about 23, whose father consents, 
and Martha Long of Maidstone, v., 
about 19, d. of Thomas Long of 
Chatham, who also consents, as is 
testified by John Chambers of W. 
Mailing, husb. At Maidstone or 
Loose. Thomas Cawley of Cant., 
ostler, bonds. Oct. 4, 1641. See 
Hind. 

Hinxhill, Thomas, of Rodmersham, 
blacksmith, ba., about 23, whose 
parents are dead, and Joan Brock of 
Minster in Sheppy, v., about 20, d. 
of Thomas Brock, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At Rodmersham. Cor- 
nelius Houslock of Cant., innholder, 
and his son, Isaac Houslock, s. p., 
husb., bonds. May 11, 1642. 

Hither, William, of Warehorne, husb., 
ba., about 30, and Julian Robins of 
Ruckinge, w. of one Robins, late 
dec. At Boughton Blean. Jonas 
Walter of Cant., innholder, bonds. 
June 28, 1632. 

Hoad, Richard, of Harty, husb., ba., 
about 27, whose father, Richard 
Hoad of Loose, consents, and Mar- 
garet Moore of Harty, w. of Gregory 
Moore, late s. p., dec. At Hartlip. 
William GenveyofCant., embroiderer, 
bonds. Nov. 30, 1640. 

Hoare, Thomas, of Fairfield, yeom., 
widr., and Margaret Heath of S. 
Mary's, in Dover, v., about 26, whose 
parents are dead. At S. Mary's in 
D. William Denn of Brookland, 
yeom., bonds. Sept. 25, 1638. 

Hobbs, Anthony, of Deal, husb., ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Eliz- 
abeth Adams, s. p., v., about 20, d. 
of John Adams, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by George Weymouth, 
s, p., yeom. At All Saints', Cant. 
Nov. 8, 1630. 

Hobday, Edward, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
yeom., ba., about 24 or 25, and Eliza- 
beth Wraight, s. p., w. of William 
Wraight, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Allegation made and signed by 
Humphrey Mead, s. p., g. March 
21, 1642. 

Hobday, Francis, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 31, and Frances Elgar, s. p., 
v., about 21, whose parents are dead. 



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498 



At same. Thomas Hobday, s. p., clotli- 
worker, bonds. Jan. 26, 1635. 

Hobday, Henry, of Ewell, husb., ba., 
about 25, and Margery Godfrey of 
Northbourne, maiden, about 23, d. 
of Richard Godfrey, s. p., ycom., 
who consents. At Northbourne. 
May 23, 1627. 

Hobday, Richard, of Barham, yeom.,ba., 
about 25, and Mary Nethersoll, s. p., 
v., about 20, d. of John Nethersoll, 
s. p., yeom., who consents. At same. 
June 30, 1632. 

Hobday, Stephen, the younger, of Folke- 
stone, yeom., ba., about 25, and 
Sarah Jenken of Cheriton, maiden, 
about 19, d. of Thomas Jenken of 
Eythorne, who consents, as is testi- 
fied by Stephen Hobday senior. At 
Cheriton. Aug. 5, 1626. 

Hobday, Stephen, and Ann Pay, of 
Elham. At same. Feb. 11, 1631. 

Hobday, Thomas, of Lyminge, and Mill- 
man Pay of Elham, w. At Lyminge. 
Jan. 28, 1620. 

Hobert, Abraham, of Eythorne, husb., 
and Martha Cooke of Adisham, v. At 
Adisham. Feb. 19, 1622. 

Hobson, Abraham, of S. James's in 
Dover, husb., widr., and Mary Wilson, 
s. p., w. of William Wilson, late s. p., 
dec. At S. Margaret's, Cant. John 
Parker of Dover, blacksmith, bonds. 
March 4, 1638. 

Hobson, William, of Hackington, tile- 
maker, ba., about 21, whose father 
consents, and Alice Clarke of S. M. 
Bredman's, Cant., v., about 21, d. of 
Isaac Clarke, s. p., bricklayer, who 
also consents. At S. M. Bredman's. 
Nov. 10, 1637. 

Hocke, Richard, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, ba., about 23, and Catherine 
Ransdell, s. p., maiden, about 19. 
March 30, 1621. [This allegation is 
incomplete. The date has had a pen 
drawn through it.] 

Hocker, William, of S. George's, Cant., 
collarmaker, ba., about 26, and Mary 
Browne of S. Michael's, Harbiedown, 
v., about 25, d. of James Browne of 
Goodnestone n. Wingham, who con- 
sents. At S.Michael's. Feb. 6, 1627. 

Hodge, Arthur, of Lenham, turner, ba., 
about 22, at his own govt., and Cath- 
erine Yorke, s. p., v., about 23, whose 
mother, Elizabeth Yorke, consents. 
At S. Mildred's, Cant. Jan. 19, 1626. 



Hodge, Edward, of Staplehurst, tanner, 
ba., about 30, and Susan Viney, s. p., 
v., about 29, d. of Samuel Viney, s. 
p., who consents, as is testified by 
Giles Galliard of S. Paul's. At Goud- 
hurst. Thomas Galliard of S. Paul's, 
[? Cant.], clothier, bonds. June 2, 
1637. 

Hodge man, Henry,of\Voodnesborough, 
husb., ba., about 29, and Ann 
Woollet, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
John Woollett, s. p., gardener, who 
consents. At same. July 15, 1639. 

Hodges, Francis, of Charing husb., ba., 
about 26, whose mother consents, 
and Jane Slayter, s. p., v., about 22, 
whose parents are dead. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Brent Deering of 
Charing, g., bonds. Aug. 4, 1640. 

Hodges, Henry, of East Langdon, miller, 
widr., and Sarah Marshall of Ring- 
would, v., about 24, d. of Ralph 
Marshall of Deal, glover, who con- 
sents, as is testified by Vincent Marsh 
of E. Langdon, tailor. At S. Mar- 
garet's, Cant. Aug. 6, 1 635. 

Hodges, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., widr., about 40, and Mary 
Smith, s. p., w., of the like age, relict 
of "Moyss" Smith, late s. p., dec. 
At same. April 4, 1627. 

Hodges, John, of Great Chart, linen- 
weaver, ba., about 25, and Ann Ducke 
of Bethersden, v., 23 and upwards, d. 
of Andrew Ducke, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
July 16, 1629. 

Hodges, John, of S. John's in Thanet, 
husb., widr., and Margaret Stace, s. 
p., v., about 40. At All Saints', Cant. 
July 8, 1644. 

H odges, Joseph, of Woodchurch, yeom., 
ba., about 24, and Joan Oliver, s.p., 
v., about 19, d. of Robert Oliver of 
" Greenhiue," dec, and now at her 
own disposing. At Woodchurch. 
Sept. 16. 1631. 

Hodges, Richard, of Goudhurst, yeom., 
widr., and Ann Bodle, late s. p., w. 
of John Bodle, late s. p., dec. At 
Ulcombe. July 29, 1634. 

Hodges, Richard, of Maidstone, tallow- 
chandler, ba., about 22, whose father 
consents, and Elizabeth Gore, s. p., 
v., about 19, d. of Robert Gore, s. p., 
threadtwister, who also consents, as 
is testified by his son, John Gore. At 
Deptling or Thurnham. March 11. 
1645. 



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500 



Hodges, Simon, of Charing, husb., 
widr., and Mary Pellant, s. p., v., 
about 33. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Michael Abraham of Egerton, husb., 
bonds. June 6, 1634. 

Hodges, Thomas, of Deal, vintner, ba., 
about 26, and Catherine Seamour, s. 
p., v., about 24, whose parents are 
dead. At same. Aug. 16, 1637. 

Hodges, Thomas, of Samlwich, cord- 
wainer, ba., about 40, and Margaret 
Elger, s. p., \v. of John Elger, late 
s. p., dec. At S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich. Jan. 10, 1639. 

Hodges, William, of Ulcombe, yeom , 
widr., about 34, and Elizabeth Git- 
tens of Cranbrook, maiden, about 
19, her parents being all dead, and 
[she] now dwelling with Mr. [blank] 
Steed of Cranbrook, g., who con- 
sents. At Cranbrook. Nov. 8, 1619. 

Hodges, William, of Hollingbourne, 
husb., ba., about 25, and Susan 
Norman, s. p., maiden, about 24, d. 
of William Norman of Little Chart, 
husb., who consents. At S. M. 
Magdalene, Cant. Oct. 15, 1625. 

Hodges, William, the younger, of Ken- 
nington, yeom., ba., about 28, and 
Alice Jenken, s. p., v., about 26, d. 
of William Jenken of Cant., g., who 
consents. At Kennington. William 
Hodges, senior, s. p., yeom., bonds. 
Jan. 13, 1631. 

Hodges, William, of Kennington, 
yeom., widr., and Elizabeth Digges 
of S. Mary's in Dover, v., about 17, 
d. of Frances Digges, alias Gardner, 
who consents, this allegation being 
made by her husband, Richard 
Gardner of S. Mary's in Dover, 
tailor. At Buckland or River. John 
Steddam of S. Martin's, Cant., husb., 
bonds. June 25, 1642. 
Hodgkis, Richard, of Newington n. 
Sitiingbourne, g., and Alice Bal- 
cheler, s. p., w. of Stephen Batcheler, 
late s. p., dec. At same, or at Hart- 
lip or Stockbury. Allegation made 
and signed by William Throne of 
Hartlip, yeom. Dec. 15, 1641. 
Hofer, alias Holford, John, of Chart n. 
Sutton, husb., ba., about 29, and 
Mercy Cheesman, s. p., w. of 
Richard Cheesman, late s. p., dec. 
At Berstead. Allegation made by 
John Boade of Chart n. S., husb. 
Thomas Savery of Cant., tailor, and 



William Larkin, s. p., cstler, bonds. 
June 24, 1641. 

Hogben, Andrew, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, husb., widr., and Sarah 
Cockling of S. Peter's in Thanet, w. 
of John Cockling, late of S. Law- 
rence in T., dec. At S. Peter's, 
Cant. June 23, 1645. 

Hogben, Christopher, of Newchurch, 
yeom., ba., about 25, and Mary Carr, 
s. p., v., of the like age, d. of Thomas 
Carr of Holy Cross, Cant., innholder, 
who consents, as is testified by his 
son, John Carr. At H. Cross, Cant. 
Richard Drought of Cant., black- 
smith, bonds. Jan. 2, 1642. 

Hogben, Edward, of Alkham, yeom., 
ba., about 31, and Mildred Collard 
of Swingfield, maiden, about 28, d. 
of [blank] Collard, late s. p., dec. 
At Swingfield. Oct. 5, 1619. 

Hogben, Edward, of Elham, yeom., ba., 
about 34, and Priscilla Joad, s. p., 
v., about 24, whose parents arc dead. 
At S. George's, Cant. Oct. 14, 1629. 

Hogben, Edward, of S. Peter's in Sand- 
wich, cordwainer, ba., about 23, at 
his own govt., and Martha Rafe of 
Ash, v., about 24, d. of Daniel 
Ralphe, s. p., yeom., who consents. 
At Ash. Sept. 30, 1639. 

Hogben, Edward, of Elham, husb., ba., 
about 22, whose mother consents, 
and Mary Sladden, s. p., v., about 
18, whose parents are dead, and she 
at the govt, of her guardian, William 
Sladden. At Denton or Wootton. 
Oct. 19, 1643. 

Hogben, Henry, of Elham, yeom., ba., 
about 23, whose father consents, and 
Dina Giles of Faversham, v., about 
25, whose parents are dead. At S. 
M. Magdalene, Cant. Robert Giles 
of Throwley, husb., and George 
Giles of Faversham, maltster, bonds. 
Oct. 13, 1630. 

Hogben, Henry, and Joan Curling, of 
S. Lawrence in Thanet. At same. 
May 11, 1632. 

Hogben, Henry, of Patrixbourne.yeom., 
ba., 21, and Alice Herringe of 
Bridge, v., about 21, d. of William 
Herring, s. p., g., who consents. At 
Patrixbourne. Feb. 15, 1644. 

Hogben, Ingraham, the elder, of Capel- 
le-Ferne, husb., ba., about 24, and 
Alice Lushington, s. p., maiden, 
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ton of Hastingleigh, dec, and now 
under the govt, of Ingram Lushing- 
ton the elder, of Capel-le-Ferne, 
who consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. 
Ingram Hogben senior, bonds. 
Dec. 4, 1623. 

Hogbeane, Jacobus, of Elham, and 
Ursula Palmer, s. p. At same. Dec. 
30, 1620. 

Hogben, John, of Elham, yeom., ba., 
about 28, and Elizabeth Goldfinch 
of Petham, maiden, about 24, d. of 
William Goldfinch of Elmstead, 
3'eom., who consents, as is testified 
by Humphrey Strowd of Petham, 
yeom. At Holy Cross, Cant. Nov. 
23, 1622. 

Hogben, John, of Elham, g., ba., about 
32, and Elizabeth RIeryweather of 
Boughton Malherbe, v., about 26, 
whose parents are dead. At B. Mal- 
herbe. Sept. 12, 1626. 

Hogben, John, of W3'e, yeom., ba., 
about 26, and Elizabeth Goldsmith 
" of the parish," v., about 23, at her 
own govt. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
July 20, 1629. 

Hogben, John, of Lyminge, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Hogben, s. p., v., 
about 20, d. of David Hogben, s. p., 
who consents. At S. George's, Cant. 
Nov. 11, 1630. 

Hogben, John, of VVingham, yeom., ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and 
Elizabeth Hogben, s. p., v., about 
17, d. of Thomas Hogben, s. p., 
yeom., who consents, as is testified 
be Francis Churchman of S. M. 
Northgate, Cant., beerbrewer. At S. 
Andrew's, Cant. Michael Hogben 
of Wingham, maltster, bonds. June 
16, 1632. 

Hogben, Joshua, of Sandwich, barber, 
ba., about 24, and Lydia Hogben, s. 
p., v., about 21, d. of [blank] Hog- 
ben, s. p., w., who consents. At 
Woodnesborough. John Canon of 
Cant., hatter, bonds. Jan. 8, 1635. 
Note. The Allegation is signed 
"Joshua Hugbon." 

Hogben, Richard, of Leeds, whitebaker, 
ba., about 32, and Petronell Baldock 
of Lenham, v., about 27, d. of 
Nicholas Baldock, late s. p., yeom., 
dec, and now under the govt, of 
her mother, Annis Baldock, who con- 
sents. At Lenham. Dec 31, 1623. 



Hogben, Richard, ofFaversham, vintner, 
ba., about 25, and Rose Scott, s. p., 
w. of John Scott, late s. p., dec. At 
Oare. June 27, 1632. 

Hogben, Richard, of Plythe, tallow- 
chandler, widr., and Catherine 
Morris, s. p., v., about 25, d. of 
Thomas Morris, dec, and of Joan, 
his wife, who consents. At Hawkinge. 
Thomas Morris of S. Margaret's, 
Cant,, g., bonds. Nov. 11, 1634. 

Hogben, Robert, of Lyminge, husb., 
ba., 24 and upwards, whose mother 
consents, and Joan Hogben, s. p., 
w. of John Hogben, late s. p., dec. 
At S. Peter's, Cant. David Hogben 
of Lyminge, yeom., bonds. Nov. 
7, 1643. 

Hogben, Thomas, of Wingham, yeom., 
ba., about 22, at his own govt., and 
Bennett Awsten of Ickham, w., about 
25, relict of Bartholomew Awsten, 
late of Wingham, yeom., dec. At 
S. Michael's, Harbledown. Sept. 6, 
1622. 

Hogben, Thomas of Capel-le-Ferne, 
yeom., about 21, at his own govt., 
and Jane Lushington, s. p., maiden, 
about fifteen, d. of Thomas and 
Joan Lushington, late of Hougham, 
dec, and now under the govt, of 
her cousin, Ingram Hogben of 
Capel-le-Ferne, who consents. At 
S. M. Bredman's, Cant. Oct. 28, 1623. 

Hogben, Thomas, of Westbere, beer- 
brewer, ba., about 22, at his own 
govt., and Ann Hinton, s. p., spr., 
about 25, whose mother, Margaret 
Hogben, s. p., w., consents. At 
same. April 17, 1627. 

Hogben, Thomas, of Dover, mariner, 
ba., about 26, and Agnes Daniell, 
s. p., maiden, about 22, d. of John 
Daniell, s. p., mariner, who consents. 
At S. Mary's in Dover. Aug. 10, 1627. 

Hogben, Thomas, ot Waltham, yeom., 
ba., about 24, son of Edmund Hog- 
ben, s. p., who consents, and Tho- 
masine Pantry of Wye, v., about 22, 
d. of Henry Pantry, s, p., who also 
consents. At Brook. April 21, 1632. 

Hogben, Thomas, of Waltham, yeom., 
widr., and Joan Hall of Pluckley, v., 
about 20, whose parents are dead. 
At Pluckley. Henry Spicer of Aler- 
sham, yeom., bonds. May 23, 1635. 

Hogben, Thomas, of Stouting, husb., 
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of Lyminge, v., about 21, d. of Robert 
Gardner, s. p., ^-eom., who consents. 
At Lyminge. July 19, 1636. 
Hogben, William, of Headcorn, clothier, 
widr., and Frances Brockman of 
East Sutton, v., about 30, whose 
parents are dead. At S. George's, 
Cant. Henry Hogben of Fatrix- 
bourne, yeom., bonds. July 16, 1634. 
Hogben (Hugbin), William, of Lyminge, 
yeom., ba., about 29, and Mary 
Hugbin, s. p., v., about 28, d. of 
David Hugbin, s. p., yeom., who 
consents. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Thomas Tresser of Cant., woollen- 
draper, bonds. Dec. 1, 1634. 
Hogben, William, of New Romney, 
yeom., ba., about 23, whose mother 
consents, and Catherine Kempe of 
Lydd, w. of John Kempe, late s. p., 
dec. At Lydd or Old Romney. 
Henry Inmeth of ofRuckinge, yeom., 
bonds. March 17, 1640. 
Hogben, William, of Folkestone, yeom., 
ba., about 26, whose father consents, 
and Jane Taylor of Midley, v., about 
25, d. of Edward Taylor, s. p., yeom., 
who also consents. At Snargate or 
Brookland. Thomas Tresser of Cant., 
wooUendraper, bonds. Aug. 9, 1644. 
Hogg, John, of S. Mary's in the diocese 
of Cant., mariner, ba., 22 and up- 
wards, and Susanna Bishop, s. p., v., 
about 21, d. of Samuel Bishop, s. p., 
" ffleash-Cooke " (.''), who consents. 
At All Saints', Cant. Robert Elwes 
of Kingston upon Hull, mariner, 
bonds. Feb. 3, 1628. 
Hoggard,Lancelot, ofi\Iin.sterinThanet, 
husb., ba., 30 and upwards, and Mary 
Sanders of S. Peter's in Sandwich, w. 
of [blank] Sanders, late of same town, 
dec. At Woodnesborough. Sept. 
21. 1633. 
Hoggat, John, of S. Nicholas in Roches- 
ter, yeom., widr., about 48, and Mary 
Terry of Faversham, w., about 36, 
relict of Arnold Terry, late s. p., dec. 
At Faversham. Nov. 19, 1625. 
Holden, John, of Hawkhurst, clothier, 
ba., about 32, and Deborah Gibbons, 
s. p., w., about 34, relict of Edward 
Gibbons, late s. p., clothier, dec. At 
same. John Poole of Cant., "pompe- 
maker," bonds. Sept. 11, 1623. 
Holden, Robert, of Cranbrook, clothier, 
ba., about 28, and Mary Courthop, 
s. p., v., about 24, d. of Peter Court- 



hop, s. p., who consents. At All Saints', 
Cant. Oct. 14,1635. 

Holden, Thomas, of S. Mary's in Dover, 
husb., ba., about 26, and Elizabeth 
Hatefeild of Dover, spr., about 28. 
At S. Mary's in D. George Adis of 
Dover, husb., bonds. Jan. 31, 1633. 

Holder, Humphry, of Dover, seaman, 
widr., and Martha Jenkins, s. p., w. 
At S. M. Northgate, Cant. Feb. 7. 
1638. 

Hole, William, of Saltwood, yeom., ba., 
about 29, and Dorothy Chidwicke, s. 
p., w. of Michael Chidwicke, late s. 
p , dec. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
April 21, 1629. 

Holford, John. See Hofer, John. June 
24, 1641. 

Holland, Richard, of Walmer, ship- 
carpenter, ba., about 21, at his own 
govt., and Ann Weddington, s. p., 
maiden, about 19, d. of Thomas 
Weddington, s. p., fisherman, who 
consents. At S. Peter's, Cant. Dec. 
31, 1627. 

Holland, Thomas, of the parish of 
Blacke Fryers in the city of London, 
clockmaker, ba., about 25, and Martha 
Joanes of S. Peter's in Sandwich, 
maiden, about 17, d. of John Joanes, 
late of Deal, dec, and now under the 
govt, of her mother, Margaret Joanes 
of Sandwich, w., who consents. At 
S. Peter's aforesaid. July 12, 1625. 

Holland, William, of Cranbrook, and 
Alice Theobald of Hawkhurst. At 
Hawkhurst. Feb. 5, 1634. 

Hoi landes, John, of Sandhurst, butcher, 
ba., about 25, son of John Hollandes, 
s. p., butcher, who consents, and 
Mercy Nash of Boughton Monchel- 
sea, v., about 24, d. of James Nash, 
s. p., yeom., who also consents. At 
B. Monchelsea or L3'nton. Allega- 
tion made by Roger Nash of New- 
cnden, yeom. Feb. 10, 1642. 

Hollister, J ervase, of Stepney n. London, 
mariner, ba., about 22, and Anna 
Stevens of Deal, about 22, d. of 
widow Stevens, s. p., who consents, 
as is testified by Simon Kyrbye, 
brother-in-law to the said Anna. At 
Deal. March 1, 1637. 

Holloway, Christopher, of Throwley, 
carpenter, ba., about 30, and Mary 
Birkhened, s. p., v., about 24, d. of 
Honora Birkhened, s. p., w., who 
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Thomas Birkhened, s. p. At Throw- 
lev or Preston n. Faversham. Feb. 
5,' 164,3. 

Holloway, John, the cider, of Deal, 
yeom., widr., and Margaret Troward, 
s. p., w. of Luke Troward, late s. p., 
dec. At Deal. March 8, 1637. 

Holloway, Joseph, of Deal, yeom., ba., 
about 25, and Martha White, s. p., 
v., about 24, d. of Peter White, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by Mr. 
Humphry Bryant, s. p., innholder. 
At S. Andrew's, Cant. Thomas 
Holloway of Deal, yeom., bonds. 
Jan. 16, 1641. 

Holloway, Thomas, of Deal, yeom., ba., 
about 23, whose father, John Hollo- 
way, consents, and Mary Crampton, 
s. p., v., about 19, d. of William 
Crampton, s. p., who also consents, 
as is testified by W^illiam Tayler of 
Mongeham, weaver. At S. George's, 
Cant. June 25, 1638. 

Holloway, Thomas. See Haddowa)-, 
Thomas. Nov. 22, 1638. 

Hoi man, Anthom-, of Swingfield, husb., 
ba., about 31, and Honor Stace, s. 
p., v., about 31, d. of [blank] Stace, 
late of Alkham, dec. about 5 years 
since. At S. M. Bredman's, Cant. 
June 24, 1623. 

Holman, George, of Rainham, maltster, 
ba., 30 and upwards, and Alice 
Kirsfeild of Wormshill, v., about 20 
or 21, d. of Robert Kirsfeild, s. p., 
who consents, as is testified by 
George Gouldock of Rainham, 
veom. At Wormshill. Dec. 21, 
1642. 

Holman, Gilbert, of S. Lawrence in 
Thanet, butcher, ba., about 24, and 
Joan Hammon of S. John's in 
Thanet, w., about 32, relict of George 
Hamon, late of S. Nicholas Atwade, 
miller, dec. At S. M. Bredman's, 
Cant. Oct. 19, 1624. 

Holman, John, of Barham, smith, ba., 
about 23, at his own govt., and Ann 
Bedo of Elham, maiden, of the like 
age, d, of Daniel Bedo of Barham, 
weaver, who consents, as is testified 
John Bedo, s. p., weaver. At Bar- 
ham. June 27, 1627. 

Holman, John, of Halstow, seafaring- 
man, ba., about 29, and Ursula 
Edwardes, relict of Alexander 
Edwardes, late s. p., dec. At same. 
Simon Elvin of Iwade, and Arthur 



Hollman of Bobbing, yeom., bonds. 
June 4, 1634. 

Homan, Pen, of Minster in Thanet, 
tailor, widr., and Susan Mersh, s. p., 
w. of [blank] Mersh, late of S. 
John's in Thanet, cooper, dec. At 
Minster. Stephen Gilbert of Cant., 
yeom., and Richard Pising of S. 
Paul's, Cant., carpenter, bonds. 
Aug. 19, 1636. 

Homan, Robert, of Deal, bricklayer, 
widr., and Joan Frend of Great 
Mongeham, v., about 34. At S. 
Margaret's, Cant. John Frend and 
Richard Beane of Great Mongeham, 
yeom., bonds. May 21, 1632. 

Holman, Thomas, of Deal, yeom., ba., 
about 24, whose father, Thomas 
Hollman, consents, and Elizabeth 
Master, s. p., spr., about 22, whose 
mother consents, as is testified by 
Henry Wood, s. p., chirurgeon. At 
same. Nov. 26, 1630. 

Holman, Thomas, of Sandwich, mariner, 
ba., about 26, and Joan Stuppill, s. 
p., v., about 18, d. of Thomas 
Stuppill, s. p., who consents. At S. 
Clement's in Sandwich. Feb. 17, 
1631. 

Hollman, Thomas, of Deal, mariner, 
ba., about 22, whose father, Stephen 
Hollman, s. p., consents, and Mary 
Beane. s. p., v., about 21, d. of 
Thomas Beane of Great Mongeham, 
husb., who also consents, as is tes- 
tified by John Mascall of Deal, 
seaman. At S. Margaret's, Cant. 
Richard Beane of G. Mongeham, 
seaman, bonds. Jan. 12, 1636. 

Holmes (Homes), Daniel, of Swingfield, 
husb., ba., a