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THE 

PUBLICATIONS 

OF THE 

SUKTEES SOCIETY. 

VOL. CXXXV. 



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DURHAM PROTESTATIONS 



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THE RETURNS MADE TO THE HOUSE OF 
COMMONS IN 1641/2 FOR THE MAINTEN- 
ANCE OF THE PROTESTANT RELIGION FOR 
THE COUNTY PALATINE OF DURHAM 
FOR THE BOROUGH OF BERWICK-UPON- 
TWEED AND THE PARISH OF MORPETH. 



for % ^0detg bg 
ANDREWS & CO., SADLER STREET, DURHAM; 
AND BERNARD QUARITCH, LTD., 11 GRAFTON STREET, 
NEW BOND STREET, LONDON. W. 

1922. 



At a Meeting of the SURTEES SOCIETY, held in Durham 
Castle, on June 1st, 1915, the EEV. DR. GEE in the Chair, 
it was ordered, 

1 That the Protestations for the County of Durham in 
1642, from the original MS. in the Library of the House of 
Lords, be edited for the Society by Mr. H. M. Wood.' 



CONTENTS. 

PAGE. 

DURHAM- 
CHESTER WARD 1-55 

DARLINGTON WARD 56-110 

EASINGTON WARD 111-153 

STOCKTON WARD 154-184 

NORTHUMBERLAND 

BERWICK-UPON-TWEED 186-192 

MORPETH 192-194 

PLACE INDEX 195-197 

NAME INDEX . 198-249 



INTRODUCTION. 



The Parliamentary history of the Protestations is to 
be found in that volume of the " Journals of the House 
of Commons })1 which covers the period from April the 
13th, 1640, 16 Charles, to March the 14th, 1642, 18 
Charles. As the wording of the preamble gives in full the 
reasons for the making of the Protestation 2 it will be of 
interest to give the whole: 

' A Preamble, with the Protestation, 

THE made by the whole House O'f Commons, 

PROTESTATION. the 3rd "of May, 1641, and assented unto, 

by the Lords of the Upper House, the 

4th of May. 

We, the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, of the Commons 
House, in Parliament, finding to the Grief of our Hearts, 
that the Designs of the Priests and Jesuits, and other 
Adherents to the See of Rome, have . . . o<f late, more 
boldly and frequently put in Practice, than formerly, to 
the undermining and Danger of the Ruin, of the true, 
reformed Religion, in his Majesty's Dominions established; 
and finding also, that there hath been, and having cause 
to* suspect there still are, even during the Sitting in 
Parliament, Endeavours to subvert the Fundamental Laws 
of England and Ireland, and to introduce the Exercise of 
an. arbitrary and tyrannical Government, by most per- 
nicious and wicked Counsels, Plots, and Conspiracies*; and 
that the long Intermission, and unhappier Breach, oif 
Parliaments, hath occasioned many illegal taxations, 
whereupon the Subjects hath been prosecuted and grieved ; 
and that divers Innovations and Superstitions have been 
brought into< the Church ; Multitudes driven out of his 
Majesty's Dominions; Jealousies raised and fomented 
between the King and People; a Popish Army levied in 
Ireland; and Two Armies brought into the Bowels o<f this 
Kingdom, to the Hazard of his Majesty's Royal Person, 
the Consumption of the Revenue of the Crown, and the 
Treasure of this Realm ; and lastly, finding" the great 
Causes of Jealousy, Endeavours have been and are used, 
to bring- the English Army into Misunderstanding of this 
Parliament, thereby to incline that Army, by Force, to 
bring to pass those wicked Counsels ; have therefore thought 
g'O'od to join ourselves in a Declaration O'f o<ur united 
Affections and Resolutions ; and to make this ensuing 
Protestation : ' 

1 Reprinted, in folio, by order of the House of Commons, 1803. 

2 Authority as above, page 132. 2a Omission in the Journal. 



DURHAM PROTESTATIONS. 

' 3 I, A.B., do, in the Presence of Almighty God, promise, 
vow, and protest, to maintain and defend, as far as 
lawfully I may, with my Life, Power, and Estate, the 
true, reformed, Protestant Religion, expressed in the 
Doctrine of the Church of England,* against all Popery, 
and Popish Innovations, and according to the Duty of my 
Allegiance to his Majesty's Royal Person, Honour, and 
Estate; as also the Power and Privilege of Parliament, 
the lawful Rights and Liberties of the Subjects, and every 
person, that maketh this Protestation, in whatsoever he 
shall do, in the lawful Pursuance of the same; And, to 
my power, as far as lawfully I may, I will oppose, and 
by good Ways and Means, endeavour to bring to condign 
Punishment, all such as shall, by Force, Practice, Counsel, 
Plots, Conspiracies, or otherwise, do anything to the 
contrary in this present Protestation contained. 

And further, I shall, in all just and honourable Ways, 
endeavour to preserve the Union and Peace betwixt the 
Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland-, and 
neither for Ho'pe, Fear, nor other Respect, shall relinquish 
this Promise, Vow and Protestation.' 

The wording of the Protestation was drawn up by a 
Committee of the Commons consisting of Mr. Pym, Sir . 
John Colpepper, Mr. Martin, Mr. Hollis, Mr. Strode, Sir 
Philip Stapleton, Sir Thomas Barrington, Sir Robert 
Harley, Nathaniel Fynes, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Maynard, 
Mr. Glyn. As evidence of the Importance attached to it, 
whilst the Committee was sitting, an order was made that 
no member should " stir out of the House " without leave 
of the House, nor speak to the messengers. After the 
Committee returned with the Protestation, as amended, 
Lord Russell was then ordered to< go to the Lo^ds with a 
message " to desire a Conference with their Lordships, 
by a Committee of both Houses, concerning great 
Businesses, that concern the Safety of the Kingdom, so 
soon as will stand with their Lordships Convenieiicy." 5 

On the next day, Mr. Maynard was ordered to prepare 
a bill concerning the making of the Protestation by all 
his Majesty's subjects throughout the Kingdom. It was 
introduced on the sixth of May and read for the third time 
on the 19th of July. 

3 This was modified and reformed, and may be found on pa^es 71, 81, 
of the text. 

4 A resolution was passed on the 12th May, 1641 (Journal, pp. 
144-5), that by those words was meant only "the Publick Doctrine 
professed in the said Church " so far as it is opposite to Popery, and 
Popish Innovations; and that the said words are not to be extended to 
the Maintaining of any Form of Worship, Discip'ine, or Government, 
nor of any Bites or Ceremonies of the said Church of England. 

5 Ibid., page 133. 



INTRODUCTION. XI 

It was not, however, until the 20th of the following 
January 6 that the Protestation was printed and sent down 
to the country with definite instructions for the people to 
take it. On that day it was resolved that the following" 
letter should be signed by the Speaker and sent to the 
Sheriff's of the several counties : 

" Gentlemen, 

It is now some Months since that the Protestation taken 
by the Lords and House of Commons was sent down into 
the country, 7 with an Expectation, that it should be 
generally taken throughout the Kingdom, for a Testimony 
of their good Concurrence with the Parliament; but, 
through the Remissness of some of those that had the 
Care of recommending it to others, very many there be 
that have nor hitherto taken it ; Now the House O'f 
Commons, having discovered many dangerous Designs 
plotted against the Parliament, and especially that of the 
Fourth of this Instant January, 8 which, had it taken 
Effect, would have strucken not only at the Priveleges, 
but the very Being o*f Parliament (as will more appear by 
the Declaration herewith sent unto you, which the House 
desires you to* publish throughout all Parts) of the County) 
have thought fit once again to recommend the Taking of 
this Protestation ; and have therefore commanded me, in 
their Name, to desire you the High Sheriff and the Justices 
of the Peace of that County to meet together in One Place, 
as soon as possible you may, and there to take the Protes- 
tation yourselves; and then, despe>rsing yourselves into your 
several Divisions, that you will call together the Minister, 
the Constables. Churchwardens and Overseers O'f the Poor 
of every Parish, and tender unto them the Protestation, 
to be taken in your Presence, and to desire of them, that 
they will very speedily call together the Inhabitants of 
their several Parishes, both Householders and others, 
being O'f Eighteen Years of Age and upwards, into One 
or more Places, according 1 to the Largeness of their 
Parishes, and to tender unto them the same Protestation, 
to be taken in their Presence; and to take their Names, 
ooth of those, that doi take it, and do< refuse to take the 
same Protestation; and to return them to yourselves, at 
such time as you shall appoint ; which the House desires 
may be so* speedily, as that you likewise may return such 

"Ibid., page 389. 

7 By a vaguely worded resolution of the 30th July, 1641, the 
members were instructed to " send down to the Places for which they 
serve Copies of the Vote of the House upon the Protestation," 
Journal, page 230. 

8 The attempt of King Charles in person to arrest Sir Arthur 
Hesilrige, Hollis, Pym, Strode, and Hamden. 



Xll DURHAM PROTESTATIONS. 

Certificate, as you receive from them, to the Knights and 
Burgesses serving 1 for that County, before the (blank) Day 
of (Blank) ; Wherein the House desires your greatest Care 
and Diligence, as a Matter very much importing the 
Good both of the King and Kingdom ; which being all I 
have in Command, I rest, 

Your very loving Friend. 
London, January 19th, 1641." 

On the 16th of April 9 following the Commons appointed 
a Committee which included Cromwell, Sir Henry Vane 
and Sir Gilbert Green, to consider of the Number and 
Quality of the Persons in all Counties, that have refused 
the Protestation ; and what Course is fit to be held towards 
them." At the same time the members of the House were 
instructed that " after they had viewed the Protestations 
themselves " they were to " return the Refusers to this 
Committee." It does not appear that any further 
proceedings were taken, the cause probably being the 
rapid march of subsequent events. 

It o>nly remains to be added that some years ago< the 
records of the two Houses of Parliament. the Lords and 
the Commons were consolidated and classified. They are 
now preserved in the Victoria Tower. The extant returns of 
the Protestation are unfortunately imperfect for Northum- 
berland, only those for Berwick and Morpeth remaining. 
The returns foT the Palatinate of Durham are practically 
complete 10 the lists of parochial officials for the Wards of 
Easington, and Stockton being the only missing documents, 
and their names are to be found in the parish lists. The 
returns are made on many and various sizes and qualities 
O'f paper, and in many and various styles of writing. 

The official classification has been retained in printing 
so that the original M.S. of any document can be 
immediately and easily referred to. 

The whole subject has been considered by Dr. S. R. 
Gardiner in Decline and Fall of the Monarchy of Charles 
L, Vol. II., p.p. 159, 160, 229, 323, 352. 

The Society is indebted to the late Duke of Northum- 
berland for his having obtained permission for a transcript 
to be made, and thanks are due to the Librarian of the House 
of Lords foir allowing this to form the contents of one of 
the Society's Volumes. The Editor wishes to express his 
gratitude to Mr. J. C. Hodgson, and the Rev. D. S. 
Boutflower, for reading the proofs. 

9 1642, Journal, page 530. 

10 With the exception of Staindrop. 



PROTESTATIONS 



OF THE 



COUNTY OF DURHAM, 

1641-1642. 



DURHAM. 

The protestatione for the County Palatine of Durham 
are complete. 

They are classified as: 

Durham, Chester Ward, Nos. 1-21 D.M. 

Darlington Ward, Nos. 1-23 D.N. 

Easington Ward, Nos. 1-19 D.O. 

Stockton Ward, Nos. 1-20 D.P. 

The cover for the first of these is endorsed in modern 
pencil, " co. Durham Chester Ward," and in contem- 
porary ink, ' The whole Returne wth in the warde of 
Chester in the County of Durham, as wth in written. " 

CHESTER WARDE. 

(Return of parochial officials in Chester Ward.) (D.M. 3.) 

(This record is written upon eight narrow foolscap pages, 
one column to the page.) (D.M. 3.) 

Com Dunell. 

CHESTER WARD. 

A returne of the names of all the sevrall Inhabitants 
att or above the age of 18 yeares wth in the warde aforesaid 
who have taken ye protestacon as alsoe who have refused as 
wth in written. 

Com Dunell. 

Chester Fabruary 16th 1641. Accordinge to the purportt 
of the letter from Sir. Speaker of the honoble the house of 



Comons we here returne the names of all the Ministers,. 
Higlie Constables, pettye Constables, Churchwardens and 
Overseers for the poore wth in the severall parishes wth in 
Chester Ward who have appeared this day according^ to there 
sumons, and in our prsence taken the protestacon, as alsoe 
such as were then absent ut sequitr. 

Lamesley Chappelry Minister: Thomas Douckett; 
Churchwardens and Overseers : John Lowther, Ralphe 
Hopper; Constables: Willm. Auckland, Ralphe Suerties, 
Willm. Smith, Cuthbertt Smith, Henry Sotheren, George 
Grundye* (capt) . 

Lainchester parishe Minister: Roger Willis; Church- 
wardens : John Anderson, Symond Jackeson, Edward Rais- 
becke (ah), Thomas Rawe ; Overseers: Thomas Atkinson, 
Josias Laburne (-ab) ; Constables : Thomas Rippon, Michaell 
Joblinge, Willm. Ferrye, Thomas Rippon, John Porter, 
Nicholas Fletcher, Willm. Rippon. 

Whicham parishe Parson: Mr. Thomas Woode 1 (ab) 
apud Londin ; Minister : Bartholomew Pescott ; Church- 
wardens : John Maiott, John Daglesse, Robert Wilson* 
(capf), John Sanders; Overseere: Richard Jackson; Con- 
stables: Edward Newbye, Willm. Carr, Mathew Carr, Georg 
Lumley, Robertt Applebyt. 

Muglewicke parishe Parson : Richard Braidley ; 
Churchwarden: Thomas March. 

Ryton parish Parson : Mr. Willm. James 2 ; Minister : 
Robertt Cowper; Churchivardens : Willim Dodd, Willm. 
French, Richard Lavericke, Bartram Dodd; Constables: 
Willim Jolley, Christo. Greenhaughe, Edward Anderson, 
Thomas Pickeringe* (capt), Tho^mas Greene, James Green- 
haughe (ab), Rowland Collingwoode (ab), Georg-e Ferrowe, 
Thomas Gillerye, Thomas Procter, John Joblinge, Robertt 
Turner; Overseeres : John Todd, Anthonye Stea.phenson 
(ab). 

1 Of Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., 1631; M.A., 1634; B.D., 1641; 
D.D., 1641/2; Kector of Whickham, 1635, during his ejection he 
travelled to Kome, until he was* restored in 1660; Bishop of Lichfield, 
1671, until his death, which took place at Astrop Wells, Co. Northants. 
on the 18th April, 1692 ; he was interred at Ufford in Suffolk. 

2 The Rev. William James of Christ Church, Oxford, appointed 
Kector of Crayke, Yorks, 1614; Rector of Washington, 1616; of Ryton, 
April, 1617; Vicar of Merrington, 1629; died in the College, Durham, 
11 Jan., 1659/60, aged 79, buried in Durham Cathedral. Nephew of 
William James, Bishop of Durham, he was installed in the twelfth 

stall, 6 Oct., 1620. 

* " Egreat et ab " struck out in MS. 
t " Ab " struck out in MS. 



Gateside parishe Parson : Mr. Josephe Browne 3 ; 
Minister : Mr. John Jackso<n ; Churchivardens : John London, 
Thomas Potts, Nicholas Wilkinson* (capt), Willim Swin- 
burne; Constables: Nicholas Watson, Ralphe Butter, 
Robertt Browne, Willim Swalwell ; Overseeres : Edward 
Knowells (ab), James W 7 atson, Steaphen French, Thomas 
Browne. 

Tanf eilde Chappelry Minister : Allexander Lamson ; 
Churchwardens and Overseeres : John Stobbes, James Blair- 
ton (ab) ; Constable: Thomas Tweiddall. 

W r ittongilbertt Parishe Minister : Mr. Henry Hutton 4 ; 
Churchivardens : George Snaith, Symond Aire, Georg" 
Robinson (ab) ; Overseeres : Thomas Home, Eobertt Watson ; 
Constables: Miles Shipperdso>n, Michaell Taylor (ab). 

Boulden Parishe Parson: Mr. Robert Chapman 5 ; 
Churchwardens : John Sharppe, Thomas Plumpton (ab) ; 
Overseeres : Willm. Fenwicke (ab), Christo. Trewhett ; 
Constables : Clement Dodgson, Willm. Atkinson. 

Edmondbyers Parishe Minister: Mr. Francis Foster* 6 ; 
Churchwarden: Richard Parker; Constable: Mr. Clemond 
Richardson. 

Esh Chappelrye' Minister: Mr. Tymothy Barnes 7 ; 
Churchwardens: John Smith*, Robertt Comeinge ; Con- 
stables: Willim Taylor, Robertt Smith (ab). 

Munckwarmouth Parishe Minister: Mr. Richard 
Hickes 8 ; Churchwardens: Thomas Collyer, Thomas Rock- 
wood ; Overseeres : John Fawsett*, Michaell Symy (ab) ; 
Constables : Christo. Shippdson, Robertt Rockwood, Thomas 
Waike, John Younge*. 

3 Appointed Eector of Gateshead, 18 July, 1620. 

4 Son of Edward Hutton, by his wife Anne, dau. of Francis 
Lascelles of Allerthorpe, Co. York; appointed 4 Aug., 1635; married 

Margery [ ] and had issue four sons and three daughters, 

buried 24 April, 1671, at Witton Gilbert. 

5 Robert Chapman, M.A., appointed 25 March, 1630. 

6 Appointed 4 Oct., 1642; died in 1661. 

7 Licensed 14 Feb. 1634/5. 

8 Son of John Hickes, Eector of Whitburn, of University College, 
Oxford, licensed to Monkwearmouth 13 Sept., 1638; an intruder in 
Whitburn on the deprivation of Dr. Triplett; conformed and abjured 
the Solemn League and Covenant, 17 Aug., 1662; Eector of Whitburn, 
bur. there, 25 Aug., 1667. 

* " Ab " struck out in MS. 



Whitburne Parishe Parson : Mr. Thomas Triplet! 9 (ab) ; 
Minister: Mr. William Thomlinson 10 ; Churchwardens: 
Willm. Roxbye, Anthony Younger (ab) ; Constables: Willm. 
Younge, Anthonye Morthew; Overseeres : George Waike, 
Richard Wright (ab). 

Ebchester Parishe Minister : Mr. Mathias Wrightson 11 ; 
Churchwardens and Overseeres : John Feuster, Thomas 
Simpson (ab) ; Constable: Anthony Suerties*. 

Medomsley Parishe (No minister given) Church- 
wardens and Overseers : Peter Ramshaw, Nicholas 
Pallacer; Constables: John Hunter*, John Kirkley (ab). 

Jarrow Parishe Minister : Mr. John Walker 12 ; Church- 
wardens : John Smartt, Jolin Sotheren (ab), Willm. 
Sotheren (ab), Cuthbertt Raw* (capt) ; Constables : Roger 
Younge, Willm. Smith* (capt), Robertt Stott; Overseeres: 
John Wilkinson (aft), Thomas Pearson (ab), Ralphe Oxnett, 
Mr. Henry Warmouth 13 (ab); 'Highe Constables wth in 
^Chester Warde : Mr. John Johnson, Mr. Anthony Thomp- 
son 14 , Mr. John Brasse 15 . 

Chester Parish Minister : Mr. Robertt Huntt ; Church- 
wardens: Robertt Robsoii, Egreat (ab), Henry Mathew, 
Laurence Fletcher, Robertt Robinson ; Overseeres : Thomas 
Marley, Thomas Father-ley, Robertt Appleby, Robertt 
Wardall (ab); Constables: John Owen, John Johnson, 
Francis Nixon, Willm. Fenwicke, Christo. Pearson, Edward 
Smith, George Cuthbertt, Robert Greenwell*, John Roxbye, 
Thomas Mowburne*, John Wrangha (ab). 

Washington Parishe^ Minister: Mr. Christo. Thomp- 

9 M.A. of Christ Church, Oxford, appointed to Whitburn, 25 May, 
1631; deprived; Canon of Westminster, 1662; died 18 July, 1670, aged 
70, buried in Westminster Abbey. During the Commonwealth he taught 
school at Dublin and at Hayes, Middlesex. After the Restoration, 
he was installed at Durham, 2 Nov., 1660. He was created D.D. at 
Oxford, 1 April, 1661, and 20 Jan. following installed Prebendary of 
Westminster, and was Sub-Dean at his death. 

10 Buried at Whitburn, 15 Feb., 1653/4. 

11 Son of George Wrightson; appointed to the Perpetual Curacy of 
Ebchester, 19 Aug., 1626, died in 1680. 

12 Licensed 3 Aug., 1633, to the perpetual curacy of Jarrow. Buried 
at Jarrow, 14 May, 1671. 

18 This line is entirely struck out and almost obliterated in MS. 

14 1657, Apl. 10, Mr. Anthony Thompson bur. St. Margaret's, 
Durham. 

15 See pedigree of Brass, Surtees, Durham i, 82. 
* " Ab " struck out in MS. 



son 16 ; Churchwardens: Ralphe Bobinson, Henry Hunter; 
Constables: Bobert White, John Hewetson; Orerseeres : 
George Cuthbertt, Thomas Cooke 17 . 

Set. Hilday Chappelry Minister: Mr. Thomas Wand- 
las 18 ; Churchwardens, Constable and Overseere : George Win- 
terburne; Richard Newton; Constable: Willim. Pearson; 
Churchwardens, Constable and Overseer: Edward Hunter; 
Richard Brabaner; Constables'. Thomas Wolfe, Willim 
Starbucke* (capt), James Reay (ab); Overseer: George Harle 
(&). 

Hunstonworth Parishe Minister : Thomas Becke ; 
Churchwarden: Michaell Eggieston. 

Capt die et Anno sup-ad. Cara. 

Signed John Conyeres. 

Tho. Riddell, Jun. 
Tho. Lyddell. 

Dunell. Secundo die Marcy, 1641. 

We doe likewise hereunto Annex the severall returnes 
made by the Ministers, Churchwardens, Constables and other 
the Overseeres for the poore wthin the sevrall parishes and 
Chappelryes aforesaid respectively of all the name's as well 
of those who have in there prsence (respectively) taken the 
protestacon, as alsoe those who have refused to take the 
seme, returned unto us this day as by the same returnes 
more fully will appeare. 

Signed John Conyeres 

Tho. Riddell, Jun. 
Tho. Lyddell. 



16 He is not mentioned in Surtees Hist, of Durham as being Rector 
of Washington, but the following entries appear in the Register: 

163- Aug. 6, Elizabeth filia Christopheri Thompson, cler. de 

Washington, bapt. 
1635 Nov. 29, Christopher filius Christoph Thompson, cler., 

bapt. 
163- Aug. 13, Elizabeth filia Christopheri Thompson, cler. de 

Washington, bapt. 
He was probably Curate of Washington. 

17 "Robert " struck out in MS. 

18 He was the son of Edward Wandles of Durham, dyer; appointed 
15 Nov., 1637, to St. Hilda's, So. Shields, Minor Canon of Durham 
Cathedral, he died in Hull about the year 1653. Archceologia Aeliana, 
3rd Series, vol. vii, p. 1. 

* " Ab " struck out in MS. 



BOLDON.* 

(Written on one side only of a double sheet of foolscap, 
in three columns.) (D.M.I.). 
Com. Dunelm. Februarie the 23th, 1641. 

The names of all the parishcioners of the parisli of Bowl- 
don who hath taken the protestation. There is not one in 
this parish yt did reffhise. 

By the Minister, Churchwardens, 

Overseers, and Constables of the parisli. 

Churchwarden: Thomas Plumptoii 19 ; Oversear : Mr. 
Will Femiicke 20 ; John Welsh, thelder, Richard Welsh, 
John Welsh, John Chamber, John Foster, Petter Fariah, 
John Whittingham, Richard Claye, John Arrow, Robert 
Hutchinson, John Atkinson, Will Atkinson, W T ill Cham- 
Chamber, Will Chamber, Thomas Tweddell, John Hodge, 
Richard Smailes, Robert Howburne, W^ill Heatton, John 
Heatton, Will Joyce, John Browne, Andrew Newland, 
Thomas Craggs, John Renton, Cuthbert Graim, John 
Thompson, Robert Turner, John Turner, Thomas Wood, 
Thomas Wheldon, John Smailes, John Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, Will Readhead, Will Briggs, John Davison, Will 
Huisson, John Clarke, James Clarke, John Blaxestone, 
James Clifton, James Hutchinson, Thomas Arkle, Will 
Whittingham, John Wood, John Plumpton, Christopher 
Plumpton, John Tweddell, Will Tweddell, George Chamber, 
Richard Chamber. Elexsander Wood, Thomas Willson, Bar- 
trum Gorlin, Micheall Huworth, John Hodge, Thomas 
Newlands, Thomas T'odd, James Dodgeson, John 
Jollie, Thomas Carnebie, John Carnebie, Thomas 
Dpds, Robert Brough, Edward Johnson, Luke Smailes, 
Richard Hogg, George Thompson, Will Wawfe, Richard 
Chamber, Allen Bedlington, Thomas Claye, Thomas Atkin- 
son, Thomas ]Jrough, John Chamber, John Strawheall, John 
Smailes, John Robson, Richard Raw, John Hardde, Raiph 
Waide, George Dodgson, Richard Brough, John Wattson, 
John Huntter. Hugh Smith. Wigeat Richeson. John Todd, 
Richard Willson, Robert Plumpton, George Waide. Will 
Hynde, Edward Morton, John Amrie, Will Humble, Will 
Read, Will Hall, Robert Thompson, Richard Graim, 
Robert Meggeson, John Dixson, Thomas Graim, George 

19 Bur. 31 Oct., 1701, Boldon Regs. 

20 Will dated 20 Oct., 1677, then of the Citv of Durham. His wife 
was Mary, dau. of John Hall, Alderman of Durham. 

* For an account of the parish of Boldon see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 57. 



Gaskin, Robert Fennicke, Andrew Glendinen, Will Atkin- 
son, Roger Henderson (110). 

The back of this sheet is endorsed Bowdon parish 110, 
besides Officers none refused ; and lower down, None Certi- 
fide, do Eefut . 

CHESTER-LE-STREET.* 

(Upon eight pages of foolscap, the first two are blank, 
the remainder written closely in four columns). (D.M.2.) 

Chester in the Street parish. 

The names of all persons in the sd parish of or above 
18 yeares old being in number 846, of al wch 81G have 
taken the protestacon acording to the order of the (honorable 
howse 1 ) parliamt, and thirtie have absented themselves. 

The Constablerie of Chester. 

John Claxton, Esq., John Claxton, gent., Rich. Hed- 
worth, Esq. 2 Ralph Hedwcrth, gent. 2 , Mr. Ralph Hed- 
wth, jun. 2 , Mr. Tho. Hedworth 2 , Mr. Geo. Clerke, Mr. 
Tho. Clerke, Mr. Christo. Skepper 3 , John Pilgrim, John 
Robinson, sen., John Robinson, jun., Roger Robinson, 
Robt. Robinson, Luke Currey, Tho. Bell, Willm. Carte 
(PCante), Martin Nicholson, James Atkinson, Nich. Hall, 
John Yeangr, sen., John Yeangr, jun., Tho. Yeanger, 
Martin Walker, Willm. Laws, Richard Peerson, John Wil- 
kinson, Math. Prestick, Richard Mickleton, Robt. Dikes, 
Willm. Marley, Thomas Laws, Robt. Appleby, George Hod- 
shon, Beniamin Sikes, Rich. Haswel, sen., Rich. Haswel, 
jun., Jo. Tewart, Tho. Wheldon, Rich. Somersett, Martin 
Hall, Robt. Peele, Rowland Yeangr, Jo. YeangT, Duke 
Yeanger, Rich. Hills, Jo. Haswell, Tho. Peele, Brian Sikes, 
Willm. Mathew, Franc Bowmes, Robt. Parkinson, John 
Parkinson, John Metrich, John Peacock, Tho. Ladley, Tho. 
Halliday, Tho. Andrew, Jo. Andrew, Jerem. Brough, Phil- 
lip Chilton, Wm. Waugh, John Waugh, Charles Fletcher, 
Raph Haswell, Wm. Gibson, Anth. Taylor, John Bankes, 
Anth. Chambers, James Thompson, Jo. Jackson, Roger 
Peerson, Georg Beecroft, Leo. Askell, Mich. Askell, Jo. 
Alleson, Tho. Chilton, Robt, Marley, Willm. Toward, Peter 
Natress, Tho. Harrison, Robt. Gibson, John Gibson, Willm. 

1 Interlined. 

2 See pedigree of Hedworth, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 151. 

3 Son of Christopher Skepper by his wife Elizabeth, dan. of 
James Moyser, baptised at St." Margaret's, Durham, 14 Feb., 1596/7, 
Surtees, Durham iv, 150. 

*For an account of the parish of Chester-le-Street see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 136. 



Gibson, Kick. Flet[cer] (? Fletum), Tlio. Horsley, Raph 
Thomson, John Mathew, Jolin Browne, Geo. Blackburae, 
Peter Clerke, Eich. Tayler, sen., John Porter, Willm. Craw- 
foot, Tlio. Fetherston, Win. Warde, Robt. Andrson, John 
Harreson, Robt. Harrison, Math. Reed, Nick. Crofton, 
Rich. Crofton, Rich. Tayler, jun., Jo. Bell, Roger Gibson, 
Rich. Gibson, Tim. Alleson, Roger Watson, Geo. Watson 4 , 
Tko. Watson, Charles Wheatley., Hen. Wkeatley, Geo. 
Reed, Jo. Punshon, Geo. Sallett, Robt. Sallett, Robt, Flet- 
cher, Tho. Postgat, Jo. Ellott, Tho. Lewes, Geo. Silver- 
topp, Peter Ridley, Wm. Wayles, Wm. Mills, Wm. Wig- 
ham, Ed. Armstrang, Math. Armstrang, Willm. Smytk, 
Phillip, Robinson, Antk. Robinson, Christo. Crosbey, 
Willm. Smelt, Geo. Davison, Robt. Lowson, Rich. Lowson, 
F. Gowland, Richard Atkinson, Rich. Darlin, Jo. Celson, 
Jo. Sparrow, Leo. Hedley, Step. Robson, Edw. Currey, Hen. 
Currey, Mr. Arthur Bambrig, Jo. Lounsdale, Jo. Procter, 
Robt. Ladley, Geo. Joplin, Franc Horsman, Edw. West, 
Robt. Turner, Christo. Colson, Martin Murton, Stephen 
Ferry, Jo. Johnson, Rich. Cowper, Jo. Bainbrig, Wm. Slier- 
win, Wm. Car, Tho. Carr, Willm. Clugh, Robt. Clugh, John 
Clugh, Mr. Raph Lambton 5 , Marke Oaude, John Oawd, 
Wm. Renneson, Robt. Robson, John Fletcher, John Cotes, 
John Wetherell, Robt. Barker, Rowl. Mansfeld, Tho. Gren- 
dey, Jo. Grendey, Rich. Fletcher, Law. Fletcher, jun., 
Edw. Reed, Robt. Porter, Tho. Heath, Willm. Heath, Roger 
Heath, Tho. Cuthbert, Rich. Shaws, Geo. Skaws, Rapk 
Cpoke, Roger Simson, Raph Haswel, jun., Fran. Cole, Tho. 
Simson, Geo. Bulleck, Robt. Snayth, Geo. Appleby, Rich. 
Punshon, Jo. Marley, Jo. Wilson, Willm. Snayth, Jo. 
Appleby, Wm. Appleby, Leo. Ruttr, Robt. Waugh 6 , 
Mathew MarchalL Jo. Hengill, Tho. Nicholson. 

These 205 above named wthin the Constablerie of Che.str 
have taken the protesctacon acording to the ordr of Par- 
Hiamt. 

The names of those persons wthin the sd Constablerie 
wh have not taken the protestacon : 

Jo. Hed worth, gent. 7 , Marmaduke Hed worth, Rapk 
Hedwortk, gent. 8 , Robt. Punshon, wrigkt, Hen. Toward, 
tayler, Jo. Toward, tayler, Robt. Toward, tayler, Marma- 
duke Toward, Antkony Johnson piper. 

These 9 be convicted recusants. 

" Jo " struck out, " Geo " substituted in MS. 

5 See pedigree of Lambton, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 174. 

6 An added " t " struck out in MS. 

7 See pedigree of HedAvorth, Suttees, Durham, vol. ii, pp. 154, 184, 
*.\jt 9 ^ou. 

8 See pedigree of Hedworth, Surtees, Durham ii, 151. 



9 

In this Ccmstablerie 205 protest and 9 no protest at or 
above 18 yeares old. 

(Signed} John Jonson, John Owen, Francis Nixon, 
constables. 

In the Constablerie of Lumey 9 (sic) that have taken the 
protest. 

Mr. Robt. Clerke 10 , Mr. Wm. Lumley 11 , Mr. Wni. Hed- 
worth 8 , Mr. Wm. Reede, John Home, Tho. Clerke, Peter 
Clerke, Jo. Clerke, Jo. Wardell, Raph Gibson, Wm. Clerke, 
James Hobson, Rich. Shorte, Jo. Hobson, Jo. Wray, Jo. 
Trewhitt, Jo. Welsh, sen., Roger Thornton, Robt. Pember- 
ton, Raph Fletcher, Jo. Reed, Ra. Warde, Tho. Hall, Geo. 
Swinborne, Wm. Swinborne, Edw. Tongue, Jo. Foggat, 
Robt. Trewhitt, Geo. Trewhitt, Raph Trewhitt, Robt. Hol- 
liman, Rich. Welsh, Jaffrie Welsh, Robt. Parkin, Geo. 
Dawson, Rich. Atkinson, Rich. Robinson, Jo. Robinson, 
Ed. Holmes, Raph Lawson, Robt. Turpen, Ed. Home, sen., 
Ed. Home, jun., Renolcl Dixon, Jeffrie Walker, Robt. Bam- 
bridg, Robt. Short, Rich. Stokell, Robt. Dixon, Jo. Pilkin- 
ton, Raph Pilkinton, Robt. Pilkinton, Geo. Laxe, W^m. 
Hixon, Robt. Atkinson, Rich. Atkinson, Raph Atkinson, 
Geo. Davie, Brian Walton, Robt. Welsh, Rich/Welsh, Geo. 
Hodshon, Robt. Hodshon, Raph Stephenson, Willm. Father- 
ley, Thos. Stephenson, Jo. Stephenson, Fran. Ovington, 
Robt. Cock, Geo. Golond, Jo. Golond, Georg Todd, Jo. 
Tayler, Anth. Tayler, Peter Hogg, Geo. Hogg, Wm. Reed, 
Rap. Yeang, Wm. Jolly, Geo. Malbie (? Walbie), Tho. 
Shorte, Rich. Thompson, Wm. Townes, Brian Sander, Robt. 
Sander, Robt. Atkinson, Geo. Heginton, Jo. Atkinton, Jo. 
Welsh, Robt. Wanless, Wm. Welsh, Rich. Welsh, Brian 
Welsh, Thos. Clerke, jun., Raph. Robinson, Raph Currey, 
Geo. Gowlancl, jun., Nich. Hurd, Jo. Hurd, Jerr. Hird, 
Leon. Raine, Jo. Rayne. 

Protest in Lumley Constablerie. 

Tho. Humble, Jo. Johnson, Willm. Johnson, Tho. Davi- 
son, Rich. Davison, Christo. Davie, Jo. Wilson, Wm. 
Skoone, Franc Middleton, Xr. Dickson, Jo. Bulmare, Geo. 
Stephenson, Jo. Ridding, Lane. Jackson, Cuth. Bulmare, 
Rich. Rudde, Geo. Shaw, Jotm. Yeangr, Nich. Lowe, Geo. 
Dunn, Alex. Hall, John Awboane, Christo. Home, Robt. 
Gray, Jo. Home, Edm. Home, Geo. Robinson, Alex. Atkin- 
son, Jos. Irelande, Guy Home, Jo. Clerke, Tho. Howgill, 

9 Lumley. 

10 Robt. Clarke was a freeholder in Great Lumley in 1636, Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 166. 

11 See pedigree of Lumley, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, pp. 162, 168. 



10 

Bobt. Hewetson, Wm. Wanles, Geo. Dal ton, Jos. Buck (? 
Burk), Anth. Gascoyne, Jo. Vint, Win. Colson, Bobt. Col- 
son, Baph Gray, Luke Hudson, Edw. Baytie, Tho. Purdey, 
Jo. Walton, Cuth. Bobson, Jo. Bell, Peter Blackbeard, Jo. 
Cooke, Jo. Laxe, Tlio. Wilson, Jo. Huxon, Jo. Wilkin, 
James Peerson, Geo. Fisli, Bobt. Bobson, Tho. Bobinson, 
Noah Hall, Baph Smyth, Bich. Chambers, Jo. Chilton, 
Wm. Pennelburie,, Bobt. IngTam, Anth. Hawkeson, 
Tho. Currey, Geo. Ovington, Nioli. Bmnnie, Baph 
Atkinson, Edw. Johnson, Jerr. Smyth, Jo. Hue t son, 
Wm. Storie, Tho. Clerkson, Anth/ Blackborne, Tho. 
Garfoot, Anth. Garffoot, Willm. Emmerson, John 
Grinsett, Tho. Budd, Bobt. Fawcus, Leo. Hodshon, Baph 
Dobinson, Fran. Cooke, Jerr. Forrest, John Bobson, Henrie 
Lambton, Esq. 13 , Brian Carter, Christo. Thomson, Christo. 
Todd, Wm. Hewgill, Bich. Tod, Tho. Walker, Jo. Cotes, 
Christo. Tod, jun., Jo. Foster, Jo. Watson, Anth. Tayler, 
Cuth. Tayler, Bich. Nicholson, Jo. Nicholson, Bobt. Lockey, 
Jo. Smyth, Tho. Alleson, Jo. Thomlinson, Tho. Unthank, 
Geo. Unthanke, Math. Skrie, Tho. Wilson, Tho. Davison, 
Tho. Grin well, Wm. Grinwell, Hugh Bainbrig, Geo. Harri- 
son, Jo. Collan, Wm. Smyth, jun., Jo. Barton, John Brignel, 
Franc Scath, Bowl. Blacklocke, Tho. Kelly, Geo. Thorn- 
brough, Hen. Dawson, Bobt. Pickerin, John Makemerrie, 
Cuth. Wilson, Bobt. Crosbey, Edw. Heslopp, Christo. 
Peele, Arth. s. Browne, Brian Bobinson, James Flemifs], 
Jo*. Stepheiison, Bobt. Biers, Tho. Foster, Martin Dodd, 
Mr. Geo. Lang*ley, Mr. Bobt. Parkinson, Wm. Smyth, sen., 
Wm. Bogerson, 'Tho. Hall, Anth. Plumbton, Xr. Barras, 
Jo. Crauen, Wm. Harreson, Bobt. Harker, Bobt. Dixon, 
Jerr. Vint, Jo. Beed, Cuth. Clerke, Leo. Milborne, John 
Meegsree, Jo. Jaxon (? Juxon), Wm. Smyth, Bobt. Thomson, 
Jo. Gibbon. Geo. Hewgili, Bich. Harrison, Jo. Stewart, 
Bobt. Badclin 2 , Jo. Jackson, Martin Jackson, Baph Andrew, 
John Parkin. 

(Written across the page.) 

These 265 aforenamed wthin the Constablerie have taken 
the protestation acording to the order of the paiiiamt. 

The names of those persons wh have not taken the pro- 
test within the sd Constablerie. 

Mr. John Wilson, Bobt. Atkinson, Banulph Fenwicke, 
Tho. Stephenson. 

In this Constablerie 265 protest, no protest 4. John 
Wrangha, Constable. 

12 The "o" has an "e" written on top of and within it in MS. 

13 See pedigree of Lambton, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 174. 



11 

In the Constablerie of Harverton that have taken the 
protest : 

Mr. John Jackson, Mr. Raph Rookeby, Mr. John 
Rdokeby, Mr. Tobie Bowes, Henrie Flower (gent.), James 
Pallester, Tho. Porter, Marke Porter, Geo. Cassoii, .James 
Spence, Hector Buckhorm, Jo. Jerrard, Alex. Wilkinson, 
Wm. Wilkinson, Robt. Machill, Jo. Gray, Tho. Harrison, 
Alex. Ramish, James Wilson, Wm. Thompson, Jo. 
Clarson. 

The Constablerie of Harraton (als) Harverton 
Willm. Robson, Willm. Bradshaw, Rich. Canson (? 
Causon), Monday, Camson, Robt. Litlefare, Geo. Aynsley, 
France Simpson, Jo. Bowyer, Jo. Smyth, Rich. Dowfoote, 
John Robinson, Hugh Patteson, Hen. Dennin, John Rowe, 
John Vicars, Wm. Middleton, Robt. Colley, John Lyttster, 
Hen. Hallyday, Edw. Stoker, Raph Henderson, Fran. 
Henderson, Tho. Thirloway, John Lankaster, Tho. Bell, 
Tho. Appleby, Anth. Whelden, John Clarson, Willm. 
Farrow, Wm. Cran ( ? Crau), Lawr. Parkinson, Walter Brown, 
Gabriell Watson, Raph Natress, Geo. Hall, Tho. Rutcless, 
Geo. Whiney, Jo. Whiney, Guy Bambrig, Hean Dowson, 
Wm. Holt, Jo. Holt, John Stafford, Jo. Halliday, Geo. Gib- 
son, Geo. Barley, Leo. Machill, 'Martin Johnson, Wm. 
Willie, Wm. Milborne, Anth. Dochant, Hen. Wilkinson, Jo. 
Sedgwicke, Oliver Hird, John Walton, John Do tenant, Robt. 
Vicars, Raph Hind, Geoe. Thomson, Mark Jackson, Tho. 
Heron, Humphrie Hird, Lawrence Catcheside, Robt. Wil- 
son, Daive Roberts, Jo. Drew, Rich. Gelson, Wm. Mow- 
borne, Geo. Lockey, Tho. Turpen, Anth. Palmerley, Raph 
Harbottle, Patrick Thomson, Tho. Gray, Jo. Hullyday, 
Rich. Rutless, Phillip Whelden, Robt. Learment/ Tho. 
Patteson, Wm. Ellott, Jo. Legham, Raph Elves, Tho. 
Saurtus, Jo. Crawfoot, Raph Porter, Jo. Bradshaw, Rich. 
Peerson, Tho. Carr, Anth. Thomson. Tho. Scott. Franc 
Parkeson, Nich. Clarke, Wm. Brench, Rich. Brench, John 
Bracke, Andrew Lawson, Rich. Mnddeson, Jo. Easterbey, 
Raph Samson, Nich. Thomson, Jo. Maugham, Jo. Newbey, 
"Wm. Newbey, Wm. Simpson, James Benlose, Henr. Elonde, 
Tho. Adamson, Wm. Randoll, John Shaw, Jo. Wanles, Jo. 
Dum (sic), Cuth. Walker, Jo. Allen, Robt. White, Wm. 
Driden, Anth. Driden, Jeffrie Man. Thomas Craggs, Thomas 
Parleson (? Parkeson), Robt. Clarke. 

(Written across the page.) 

These 141 abovenamed wthin the Constablerie of Harver- 
ton have taken the protest acording to the ordr of the 
parliamt. 



12 

The names of all wli have not taken the protest wtliin 
the sd Constablerie. 

Sir John Hedworth, kt. 14 , Mr. James Page, Mr. Willnu 
Maddeson, John Carr. 

In this Ccnstablerie 141 protest, 4 no protest. 

Walrush Constabierie the names of such as have taken 
the prptestacon. 

Willm. Punshon, gent. 15 , John Watson, Rich. Brougli, 
Willm. Punshon, juii., Edw. Joplin, Geo. Jopliii, John 
Harrison, John Bownas, Rich. Lawson. 

These 9 be the names of all persons at or above 18 yeares 
old. 

The names of all persons wthin the Constablerie of 
Plawsworth of or above 18 yeares old wh have taken the 
protestacon. 

Richard Coniers, Esq., Willm. Stobbaii, Tho. Darn- 
ton, Tho. Brignell, Tho. Bedson, John Dixon, John Dar- 
ling-, Tho. Robinson, Henr. Martin, Tho. Martin, Geo. 
Sanders, Tho. Atkinson, sen., Tho. Atkinson, jun.,Mr. Geo. 
Harbert, 16 Raph Clerke, John Carlill, John Mowbray, John 
Yeangr, Rich. Johnson, Robt. Lodg, John Renneson, Hen. 
Walton, Willm. Ro<binson, Robt. Lodg, Tho. Lodg, John 
Hall, Roger Hall, John Jackson, John Bulmr, John W^ood- 
mass, Geo. Pinkney, Raph Herbert, jun., Robt. Watson, 
Christo. Lodg-e, Jo. Watson, Jo. Bird, Mich. Joplin, Geo. 
Herbert 17 , Rich. Smyth, Willm. Harrison, Robt. Reed, 
Nich. Watson, Robt, Walton, John Walton, Robt, Darling, 
Jo. Robinson, Mr. Martin Billingha 18 . 

(Written across the page.) 

These 47 be the names of all peTsons wh have taken the 
protestacon. 

These herundr written have not taken the protest. 

Frances Hodshon. gent, 19 , Peter Forser, gent. 20 , Raph 
Harbert, John Liddell, John Winter. 

These 5 have not taken the protestacon. 

Constable Tho. Mowbray. 

The names of all persons wthin the Constablerie of 

14 Knighted at Whitehall 14 Mch., 1603, bur. 6 Feb , 1642/3, 
Surtees, Durham, ii, 185. 



15 



See pedigree of Punshon, Surtees, Durham i, 182. 
16 See pedigree of Harbert, Surtees, Durham ii, 2~05. 

7 The name of John Liddell has been written in here and erased. 
See list of non-protestationers later. 

18 See pedigree of Billingham, Surtees, Durham iv, 139. 

19 See pedigree of Hodgson, Surtees, Durham ii, 77. 

20 See pedigree of Forcer, Surtees, Durham i, 65 



13 

Edinonsley of or above 18 yeares of age wh have taken the 
protestacon acording to the ordr of the pliamt. 

James Cutter, Stephen Smyth, George Wardel, Christo. 
Wardel, Eobt. Sotheron, jun., Willm. Peerson, Jo. Jack- 
son, Eobt. Heighington, Nicho. Thompson, Jo. Surrett, 
Georg Peerson, Mich. Hull, Martin Briggs, Christo. Dixon, 
Willm. Glasenby, Mr. Joseph Blaikson, Edw. Bellarbie, 
Eobt. Sotherene, sen., John Sotheren, Anth. Stephenson. 

These 20 have taken the protestacon. 

The names of all wthin the sd Constablerie of 18 yeares 
old or more wh have not taken the protest. 

Mr. Willm. Lambton, sen. 1 , Mr. Willm. Lambton, jun. 1 , 
Mr. Eaph. Millott 2 , Eobt. Fenwick, George Man. 

These 5 have not taken the protestacon. 

The names of all wthin the Constablerie of Pelton of 18 
yeares or above that have taken the protestacon. 

Henry Lambert, Eich. Punshon, Tho. Hall, Eoger Hall, 
Phillip Hall, Willm. Lyall, Edw. Emnerson, Jo. Grenr, 
Stephen Whelden, John Haddock, George Laws, Tho. 
Punsho, Eobt. Punshon, Eaph Porter, Eobt. Porter, Am- 
brose Eaine, Edw. Stoddard, Arthur French, Martin Davie, 
Alexandr Marley. 

The Constablerie of Pelton. 

Thomas Marley, John Southe-ren, Eichard Surrett, Eobt. 
Lawson, Anthony Samson, George Wheldon, Eich. Ander- 
son, John Grin well Eaph Jackson, Georg Jackson, Franc 
Place, John Fenwick, Eaph Cooke, Eobt. Grinwell, John 
Eowsbey. 

These 35 have taken the protestacon : Willm. Punshon 
hath not taken the protestacon. 

The names of all persons in Urpeth Constablerie wh have 
taken the protestacon. 

Eobt. Eoibson, Eich. Glasembuy, Eich. Biers, Tho. 
Davison, Willm. Marley, Tho. Smyth, Eobt. French, Eaph 
Laws, John Laws, John Epbson, Tho. Biers, Anth. Eobson, 
Eich. Laws, Eaph Laws, jun., Wm. Cuthtert, James Fear- 
break, John Jackson, Cuth. Hunter, John Ayer, Tho. Jop- 
lin, Franc Jerratt. Nich. Thornton, Wm. Thornton, Henr. 
Watson, Mr. Eobt. Midford, Math. Gallale, Abraham 
Jewett, Math. Jewett, John Smyth, John Joplin, Samuell 
Thornton, Stephen Burgess, John Laing, Jo. Fletcher, 
James Stafford, Eobt. Laing, Eobt. Errington, Willm. 
Errington, Cuth. Eobson, Eobt. Joplin. 

These 40 have taken the protest. 

1 See pedigree of Lambton, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, 175. 

2 See pedigree of Millot, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 153. 



14 

The names of all persons in the Constablerie of Birtley 
of or above 18 yeares old. 

Mr. Tho. Gascoyne 3 , Mr. Frances Gascoyne 3 , Eobt. 
Catcheside, Eichard Anderson, Nich. Brack, Eoger Skir- 
fild, Wm. Colson, John Wales, Thomas Catcheside, sen., 
Thomas Catcheside, jun., Christopher Peerson, Eaph Madde- 
son, Jo. Brack, Tho. Smyth, Willm. Smyth, Geo. Katcha- 
sidie, Willm. Peerson, Phillip Eland, Lion. Maddeson, 
John Catcheside, John Crag-gs, Eaph Peerson, John Ste- 
phenson, Math. Burden. 

These 24 have taken the protest. 

Jerrard Liddell, Tho. Liddell have not taken the protest. 

These signatures follow. Minister: Eobt. Hunt; 
Christopher Pearson, John Owen, John Johnson, Francis 
Nixon, Eobeort Grinwell, John Wranham, Thomas 
Mowbray, Lawraiic Fletcher, Rob art Appelbie. 



EBCHESTEE.* 

(Written in two columns upon one side of a small quarto 
sheet of paper.) (D.M.4.). 

Ebchester Parish. February 24th, 1641. 

The names of those inhabitants wthin the parish of 
Ebchester who> have taken the protestation. 

John Fewster, Thomas Joplin, Anthoney Joplin, 
Nicholas Atcheson, Cuthbert Atcheson, Cuthbert Fewster, 
John Johnson, William Fewster, Eaiph Barker, James 
Dodd, Michaell Wade, John Wilson, Christof'er Harrison, 
Anthoney Fewster, Eowlaiid Baites, Michaell Lawspn, Eow- 
laiicl Fewster, Thomas Simpson, Anthoney Sureties, Bar- 
tholomew Skott, Thomas Coniin, Cuthbert Comin, Joihn 
Lawson. 

There is none wth in the Parish of Ebchester that hath 
refused to take this protestation except; John Dunn who is 
a popish recusant. 

One refused. 

Curate : Mathias Wrightson 4 , Qhurchwardens and Over- 
seers : John Fewster, Thomas Simpson, Constable : Anthoney 
Sureties. 

8 For an account of the family of Gascoyne of Birtley, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 117, and pedigree p. 211. 

4 1640/1 Jan. 14, George, s. of Matthias Wrightson Clerk, bapt. 
Regs. 

*For an account of the chapelry of Ebchester, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 298. 



15 

EDMONDBYEES.* 

(Written upon one side of a single leaf of foolscap.) 
(D.M.5.). 

Edniondbiers Parish in Chester Warde. 

The names of the Parishioners of Edniondbiers who ha,ve 
all taken the protestation the 20th day of Febr. Anne Dni, 
1642. 

John Hopper (1), Humphrey Hopper (2), Thomas 
Andrew (3), Matthew Hogo- (4), Thomas Wilkinson (5), 
Eichard Card (6), Eofoert Whitfield, sen. (7), John Parker 
(8), Richard Parker (9), Thomas Oliver (10), John Oliver 
(11), Eobert Eedshaw (12), Michaell March (13), Cuthbert 
Oard (14), Eichard Joplin (15), Eobert Whitfield, jun. (16), 
John Warde, sen. (IT), John Warde, jun. (18), Eobert 
Warde (19), George Warde (20), Thomas Hutchinson (21), 
Eobert Dixon (22). Signed, Francis Foster Clerke, 
Eichard Parker (23), John H. Eeadshaw (24), Church- 
wardens; Clement Parker (25), John Eedshaw, jun. (26). 

These be they that take the protestation, and there are 
noe more in that parish that w^ere capable of it. 

None certified to refuse. 

ESHt. 

(Written upon one side only o<f each leaf of a double sheet 
of foolscap.) (D.M.6.). 

ESH GKAPPELL. 

The names of they Inhabitants that have taken the pro- 
testation before the Minister, Churchwardens, and Con- 
stables their e, by direction from the Honorable house of 
Commons. 

Mr. John Kyrebie 5 , Mr. Eager Kirebie 6 , W T illiam 
Young, William Brasse, John Woodemas, Lauerence 
Younge, Thomas Eichardson, Eaph 7 Eichardson, John 
Gaire, sen., John Gaire, jun., Alexander Knaggs, John 
Eackett, Joseph Colson, William Cblson, Eichard Johnson, 

5 1690, May 15, Mr. John Kirby of the Parish of St. Nicholas bur. 
St. Oswalds', Durham Begs. 

6 1649, Oct. 18, Mr. Roger Kirbey and Mrs. Eliz. Chapman mar. 
St. Oswalds', Durham Regs. 

7 " John " struck out and " Raph " written over in MS. 

*For an account of the parish of Edmondbyers see Surtees, vol. 
ii, p. 363. 

t For an account of the chapelry of Esh, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
ii, p. 336. 



16 

Nicholas Taylor, Edward Clayeton, Thomas Wraye, John 
Gallalye, John foster, sen. b , John foster, jun., Richard 
foster, Cuthbert Jaxsoii, George Headley. 

Taken before us : Signed, Minister : Timothie Barnes 9 , 
Churchwardens : Robert Coming's, John Smith, Constable : 
Willia. Taylor. 

Churchwarden and Parrisli Clearke : John Smith; John 
Ayre, Lyonell Ayre, William Lanckton 10 , Robert Jopline, 
jun., John foster, sen. 

Thes six did take the protestation before mee, Minister: 
Timothie Barnes. 

The names of they Inhabitants that have not taken the 
protestation, according 'unto the Direction from the Honor- 
able ho'iise of Commons, being* all of them Recusants. 

Marty n Batmanson 11 , Hugh Pattison, servant to Martyn 
Batmanson, Thomas Pinckney, John Colson, Thomas Col- 
son, Lanclot Taylor, Thomas Baxster, Richard Baxster, 
James fawden, VV T illiam Johnson, Richard Smith; Con- 
^ table: Robert Smith; Robert Joplin, sen., Thomas 
Emerson, William Commyn. Signed, Timothie Barnes; 
Churchwardens: Robert Comings, John Smith; Constable : 
Willm. Taylirs. 

The book of the pay is endorsed Com. Dun elm., Eshe 
Chappelrye. 

GATESHEAD.* 

(Written in four columns upon one side of four foolscap 
sheets pasted edgeways on to form one continuous sheet.) 
(D.M.T.). 

Gateside within the Countie of Durham. 

Sr. Thomas Riddell, Knight; 12 Mr. Ralph Cole, 
Esquire 13 ; William Huard, Christopher Readshaw, Thomas 
Pryer, Ralph Pryer, Edward Hopper, Richard Thompson, 
Richard Patiicke, Edward Smith, James Burrell, John 

8 This line struck out in MS. 

9 Timothy Barne.s, literatus, 14 Feb., 1634, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, 
p. 337. 

" Lampton " struck out and " Lanckton " inserted in MS. 
n Bapt. at Esh, 7 ApL, 1595, son of William Batmanson. 
12 Sheriff of Newcastle, 1601; Mayor 1604 and 1616; M.P. for New- 
castle 1620-1628; died 30 March, buried 1 Apl., 1650, married Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir John Conyers of Sockburn, Co. Pal Knight, married there 3 
Jan. 1631/2. 

13 1655, Nov. 16, Raiph Cole, Esquire, bur. Gateshead Regs. See 
pedigree of Cole of Gateshead, Brancepeth, Lewen Family History, 272. 

*For an account of the parish of Gateshead, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 105. 



17 

Newham, John Scott, Thomas Bell, Thomas Perkin, John 
Dodds, Eobert Allen, George Trumble, Parcivell Potts, 
Robert Thompson, William Robinsonn, George Wilkinson, 
Thomas Pavie, Thomas Wood, Christopher Midletonn, 
William Leamond, Eichard Hunt, James Hogg, William 
Eobinsonn, Archbould Crowdish, Thomas Blackburne, 
Edmund Moires, Thomas Darrin, Reign old Hogg, William 
Craven, John Spittle, Thomas Conley, Thomas Walker, 
William Freer, Anthony Eichardsoim, Nicholas Cooke, 
Nicholas Smith, George Danlopp, Thomas Grayme, Thomas 
Steaven, Eobert Joblin, Francis Dixon, Ealph Pearson, 
James Mather, Eobert Matfin, William Lawes, Mathew 
Harrisonn, Eichard Swinburne, Eichard Lawes, John 
Craw, John Watsonn, William Baitsonn, William 
Anderson, Uswould Greenesword, Mr. Eichard Cole 14 , 
Mr. Thomas Cole 14 , John Huittsonn, William Hann, 
Thomas Smith, William Arkley, William Ushoe, John 
Urr, Thomas Peigh, James Michaell, Anthonie Hall, 
Mathew Sherwyn, Nicholas Greave, Eobert Jackson, 
Francis Sadler, Abraham Dobsonn, William Blakey, John 
Blakey, John Natrice, Edward Milbume, John Thompsonn, 
Cuthbert Dixonn, William Sowill, Henry Toppin, Eohert 
Comforth, Parcivall Quarton, John Quarton, John Shevill, 
Eobert Mann, John Tayler, George Heed, William Heed, 
Mathew Young, Heinry Wake, Eichard Smith, Eobert 
Bullmer, James Hutchinson, Nathaiiiell Procter, Leanead 
Finley, Michaell Fenwicke, Eichard Grey (100), Oliver 
Craistonn, Ealph Selbie, James Bewhinan, Ealphe Crosbie, 
Cuthbert Chamley, Thomas Willsoiin, Henry Pearch, 
George Keysey, Peter Wilson, Xpofer Pearson, Xpofer 
Harrison, Francis Eobson, Lancelot Eaw, John Dixon, 
Anthony Huiter (? Hunter), Jeffery Potts, Eobert 
Nicholson, John King, Gabriell Kiplin, Robert Pansford, 
George Lupton, Robert Sarrison (sic), Leonard Sadler, John 
Comlson, Thomas Turner, William Coates, Nathaniell 
Church, William Smith, William Robinson Rowland 
Harrison, Thomas Yicikers, Gibbert Thompson, Thomas 
Sackald, Thomas Mannell, Edward Mannell, Eobert Horn, 
Allexander Oard, Allexander Scurfied, William Davisonn, 
Eobert Procter, George Thompson, Eaphe Liddill, Joseph 
Browne, Eichard Hopper, Ealphe Healey, Thomas Mos, 
Ealphe Sharper, Lance Sharper, Edward Dalton, Cuthbert 
Maddison, Allexander Whitword, John Bambridgi, Bartram 
Sharper, Ealph Bowrey, William Tayler, William Gibbins, 
Cuthbert Ditchburne, Eobert Marshall, John Richardson, 

14 1648, Apl. 25, Mr. Eichard Cole, bur. Gateshead Regs. See 
pedigree of Cole, Genl. H. C. Surtees History of Brancepeth, 36. 

2 



18 

John Day, Phillip Sandersonn, Francis Gilbert, Thomas 
Bell, William Thompson, Anthonie Dalton, Thomas Coxson, 
Cuthbert Hunter, Thomas Dixsonn, Robert Yenus, Richard 
Pavie, Richard Cole, Richard Brasse, William Willson, 
Thomas Torrens, GeoTga Ellerbie, George Robinson, 
Nicholas Parke, Ralphe Richardson, Thomas Maddisoii, John 
Morrison, William Richardson, Cuth. Rudstonii, Cuthbert 
Sanders, Michaell Pattinson, Ralphe Fulthropp, Robert 
Liddle, Robert Ramsay, John Applebye, Richard Craston,. 
John Day, John Weather burne, Thomas Hut-ton, Richard 
Duglas, Thomas Jarrett, William Young, William Wild, 
William Readshaw, Peter Truinble, George Bullmaim 15 , 
(200), John Fell, Cuthbert Robinson, John Bullman, Thomas 
Jefferay, Ralph Addisoii, John Freer, Nicholas Manners, 
James Rowell, James Deiiten, Jerremiah Hutch in son, John 
Calvert, Robert Waidson, Symond Cammell, John Rogerson,. 
William Hills, Thomas Gibson, John Maxwell, Abraham 
Harragatt, Thomas Robinson, Edward Tram, William 
Mallat, Thomas Clarke, Robert Mould, George Cooke, Mark 
Truinble, John Gray, Henry Rochester, Thomas Rochester,. 
Robert Huard, William Horner, Anthony Rock wood, 
Thomas Gradom, Leonard Bowree, Robert Hunter, Thomas 
Rowlinson, Richard JSTichilson, Roger Nicholson, John 
Lovett, Archbould Lovett, George Loe, George Johnsonn, 
George Johnson, Thomas Tayler, Thomas Riddill, 
John Fleming, William Dunn, Anthonie Parker, John 
Bowtonn, Robert Elstonn, Thomas Gibsonn, Ralphe Rea, 
Robert Ward, Henry Bower, James Trumble, George 
Huiitley, Edward Stafford, John Widlah, Richard Sunder- 
land, William Nouble, William Snadonn, Uniphrey 
Fishburne, William Johnsonn, Robert Hicksonii, Jameis- 
Fawdo'n, Roger Storie, Henry Boinfield, Thomas Urwiii, 
Anthonie Wilkinson, John Fenwicke, Cuthbert Weight- 
man, Robert Curteoois, James Hall, Thomas Hedley, James 
Hope, Hemy Browne, Luke Smith, Edward Busbo, 
Christopher Chiltonn, Edward Richardsonn, John Alboiie r 
William Potts, Christopher Haddocke, Robt. Hutchinsoii, 
Robert Davisonn, Georg-e Smith, Heniy John son n, Thomas 
Pattinson, Anthonie Stott, Charles Middletomi, John Gray, 
Geo-rge Cooper, Andrew Clow, George Friend, Clement 
Buttler, Christopher Pearsonn, Samuel! Thompson, Thomas 
Rogersonn, William Rogei-sonn, Henry Oard, William 
Nicholsonn (300), John Smith, Rowland Oliver, Thomas- 
Gibbones 16 , Richard Roigersoiin, Steaveoi Hopper, John 
Readshaw, Robert Henderson, John Chambers, Thomas 



15 Actually 199 but so in MS. 
"Written over "Gibson." 



19 

Fenwicke, Ambrosse Mosse, Tliomas Hull, William 
Steavenson, Ralphe Willson, Robert Sharper, Thomas 
Manuell, Henry Fleming-, John Chamberlaine, Tliomas 
Arrow&mitk, William Hall, Robert G<ayle, John. Fulbume, 
Henry Alder, Nicholas Oliver, Henry Hopper, William 
Wallis, John Dal ton, William Henderson, Thomas Hender- 
son, John Rogers, Ralphe Elstobb, William Oosbe, 
Mathew Lawes, Thomas Coates, John Tayler, Henry James, 
John Jackson, Nicholas Hedley, Robert Witten, Steaveii 
Potter, Duke Pattinsoii, Richard Foster, Nicholas Browne, 
Luke Dobsoii, Henry Swallwell, Richard Swallwell, George 
Marshall, John Gilbert, Robert Relph, Thomas. Payne, 
Thomas Waister, William Noble, Lowrance Foster, Henry 
Foster, John Bell, Thomas Potts, Francis Milburne, John 
Hobsonn, William Gayle, Gabriell Hudspeth, John 
Widdowes, William Watsonn, John King, Ambrosse Mosse, 
John Wilson, John Fulthropp, Edward Fletcher, James 
Liddle, Edward Bowes, Ambrosse Irumble, Cuthbert Foster, 
Myles Davisonn, Thomas Edwards, Thomas Atkinson, 
Richard Waterho'use, Mr Roger Liddle 17 , Andrew Carlill, 
John Kell, Nicholas Wilson, George Davison, Henry Yates, 
William Wilsonn, George How, Cuthbert Hartley, Thomas 
Rdchardsonn, John May, Thomas Parkinson, Thomas 
Wayte, Edward Simpson, William Jacksonn, David 
Watsonn, George Heeley, John Watson, Parcivell Nichol- 
son, John Hills, Thomas Smith, John Foster, Edward 
Simpsonn, Nicholso Moore, Nathaniell Wen, Robert Fen- 
wicke (400), Samders Arkin, Cuthbert Frey, Robert Lacke, 
Cuthbert Milburne, Christopher Hogg, Arthurr Gunn, 
Nichilas Richardson, Thomas Bell, Christopher Foster, 
Richard Lawicke, Thomas Henderson, Richard Burrell, 
George Manbee, Robert Shaftoe, Richard Day, Michaell 
Dobsonn, John Renton, Expofer Laing, John Hobsoii, 
George Errington, Marke Broune, GeoTge HousdswoTth, 
William Harratt, John Swinburne, Robert Engles, William 
Watson, Alexander Browne, James Hather, Thomas 
Little, Rowland Dods, William Laidley, John Wilson, 
William Emmerson, John Browne, Robert Lishman, 
William Sharp, Nichilas Readhead, Thomas Farley, 
Richard Farley, Robert Urwyn, Richard Allann, William 
Shepheard, George Maddisonn, Martyne Harrisonn, Thomas 

17 Son of Thomas Liddell by his wife Jane, dan. of Henry Midford, 
alderman of Newcastle, bapt., 22 Oct., 1592, at St. Nicholas, Newcastle. 
He married firstly Grace, dau. of James Clavering of Axwell, at St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle, 3 May, 1614, she was buried 16 Aug., 1642, at 
Lamesley, he married secondly Mrs. Elizabeth Thorpe at St. Nicholas, 
6 Dec., 1642. See pedigree of Liddell of Ravensworth, Surtees, Duj-ham 
vol. ii, p. 212. 



20 

Blakelocke, Michaell Bell, Hugh Richardson, John Pear- 
son, Robert Fenwicke, William Manners, Edward John- 
sonn, John Scamell, George Whitefield, William Stapple- 
tonn, Robert Thompsonii, Ambrose Feales, John Lawes, 
John Dobsonn, Christopher TJrwyn, Claudeus Hanibletonn, 
John Brasse, Cuthbert Dyning, John Kiplin, John Sowd, 
Thomas Wilkinsonn, Christopher Dughall, Thomas Wilkin- 
son, George Bowdon, John Greene, Rowland Hees, Thomas 
Riehardsonn, John Browne, William Fa well, Richard Har- 
din, William Gilder, William Tod, Andrew Johnsonn, 
John Staiiton, Mathew Aiidersoiin, Thomas Astoll, William 
Bobstonn, Ralph Elliss, Edward Harden, Thomas Punshon, 
William Scurfield, Lanclott James, Anthonie Lawsonn, 
Thomas Haswell, John Smith, John Hutchinson, Robert 
Tayler, William Nicholson, Rowland Hirst, William Wil- 
sonn, William Maddisonn, George Maddison, Henry Raw, 
William Hilton, George Marbie, Thomas Rae (500), Chris- 
topher Gibson, Thomas Stabler, Thomas Potts, John Hod- 
gon, Mr. Francis Liddle 18 , Christopher Rawlin, Edward 
Thirkild, John Robinson, Lancelptt Ayre, Emanuell 
Wallis, Xpofer Shddford, John Fleming, Ralph Emmerson, 
Thomas duglas, James Emmerson, James Walker, William 
Bikers, Xpofer Peacocke, John Dobsonn, Thomas Hull, 
James Cruderss, Cuthbert Potts, Robert White, William 
Englebee, Henry Simpsonn, Gawin Cant, Thomas Atkinson, 
William Pearson, John Turner, Symond Thursbie, Ralphe 
Sysones, Tho'mas Comptonn, Duke Miller, Avara Robinson, 
John Shanks, Henry Ogle, Anthonie Marley, John Turner, 
James Coates, William Coates, Thomas Steaward, Francis, 
Coulsonn, James Liddill, Thomas Shottwell, Garrard Duard, 
Joseph Scott, Ralphe Burd, Ralphe Jackson, Anthoney 
Okey, Edward Chambers, Thomas Burd, John Clarke, Cuth- 
bert Lawes, William Sprott, Symond Butterfield, Fargee 
Curies, William Hogg, Robert Knops, Arthur Hearon, John 
Walker, John Home, John Pigg, William Brunton, 
Anthonie Aler, David Ward, George Foster. Edward Wil- 
son, John Watt, Ralphe Da,viso<n, William Williams, Robert 
Heaton, Thomas Trotter, William Parker, John Strother, 
Munge Tavte, John Fawell, Xpofer Card, Awston Tayt, 
Ralph Tod", Robert Bell, Peter Bell, John Swann, Roger 
S"wann, William Sharp, Nichilas Grayme, Robert Sumer, 

18 Son of Thomas Liddell (one of the loyal defenders of Newcastle 
against the Scots' army, created a baronet 2 Nov., 1642, by his wife 
Isabel, dan. of Henry Anderson of Newcastle), he was bapt. 8 Jan., 
1606/7, at Lamesley, married firstly Elizabeth, dau. of Sir George Tonge 
of Denton, secondly Agnes, dan. of Sir Wm. Chayter of Croft, by his 
first wife he had besides other issue Francis Liddell, sheriff of New- 
castle. 



21 

Cuthbert Himmers, Robert Haughtonn, Thomas Cbulit 
(sic), Eichard Allison, John Reyley, Peter Marley, Janiee 
Cuningame, Roger Blackley, William Pearson, John 
Burne, Robert West, "William Willis, Christopher Stout, 
Ealphe Thompson (600), Thomas Pigg, Bryann Cooksonn, 
Ealph Clavermg', John Suddicke, John Marley, John Mus- 
cropp, Thomas VVallis, John Stappleton, Robert Haisting, 
Robert Twivell, Edward Haugh, William Longsteale, 
Richard Venus, Richard Garmouth, William Jeffersonn, 
John Woolfe, Richard Thompson, William Greene, 
Michael Pearsonn, Henry Crosbie, Henry W^eatherburne, 
John Maddison, Marty ne Harrison, Thomas Turryes, 
William Brasse, Xpofer Burton, John Dobinson, Henry 
Dobinson, William Grenewell, Edward Johnsonn, Georg'e 
Ellerbie, Xpofer Watson, Robert Bullmer, Parcivell John- 
sonn, Cuthbert Watsonn, John Robinson, William Craw- 
ford, Thomas Hendersoim, William Wilsonn, Cuthbert 
Roger, Robert Cooke, James Hutchinsoiin, Cuthbert Hut- 
chinson, Hugh Smith, Thomas Tayler, Steaveii Johnson, 
Ralphe Shampley, John Greene, John Hall, Thomas Scott, 
John Law, Bartho. Trumble, Cuthbert Dennes, Thomas 
Browne, Robert Pavie, Henry Johnsonn, Ambrose Feldis, 
W r illiam Wood, James Wilsonn, Randall Fletcher, 
Nicholas Watsonn, William Oliver, Hugh Richardsonn, 
Richard Allan, John Shaiikes, Christo. Urwin, Robert 
Thomp'soiin, William Richinsonn, George Bowdonn, 
George Carlill, William Walton, Henry Stradford, 
Thomas Pallmer, Robert Hetton, Samuell Dayley, George 
Dowson, John Darling, Tho. Atkinson 19 , Thomas Rawliii, 
Christopher Seamer, William Hall, Thomas Chesroe, 
Robert Carter, William Stapleton, Cuthbert Jacksonn, 
Henry Raw, John Raw, Michaell Sprott, Edward Stea- 
ward, John Fowthrop, Lane. Addey, William Coming, 
John Atchinsor., Richard Fisher, John Carlill, Raphe 
Segswicke, John Legham, Idem. Crosbie, Thomas Stot, 
John Meanes (700), Timothy Button, William Hall, 
Richard Arnatt, William Porter, Nichilas Gray, 
Thomas Pearson, William Gibsonn, Thomas Cotsworth, 
Henry Day, William Richinsonn, Ambrose Porter, James 
Simpsonn, Edward Haistings, Thomas Littlefaire, George 
Simpsoiin, Robert Branling, William Grenewell, Hugh 
Smith, John Dawsbn, Nicholas Smith, George Browne, 
Michaell Trumble, Henry Dobson. Robert Wild, George 
Galley, George Whittfield. Richard Wood, William Clif- 
tonn, Lance. Lawson, John Chambers, John Pattinson, 
Cuthbert Brasse, Edward Fenwicke, John Thompsomu 

19<< Joh" struck out in MS. "Tho" inserted. 



22 

Rich. Fox, Cliristo. Woofe, "William Nicholsoim, Robert 
Ratchley, Edward Butter, Robert Young- (740). 

We, the Rector, Curat, and Churchwardens and Cons- 
tables and overseers of the parish of Gateside in the Cblintie 
Pallatine of Durham doe by these presents testifie that not 
onely wee our selves, but all those whose names wee have 
here given in being Inhabitants wth in or parish, have on 
the 23rd, 24th, and 27th day of February, 1641, being 
Wednesday, Thursday, and the Lord's Day following*, 
willingly taken the Protestation Commended unto us, by the 
Honourable house of Commons, and we know none in or 
parish that have not taken the same Protestation, but these 
whose names are under scribed. 

Sr. William Riddill, knight 20 , William Stout, George 
Fishburne, Francis Richardsonn, Cuthbert Browne, 
William Blackey. Signed. Constables : William Swalwell, 
Rafe Rutter, Nicholas Watson, Robart Browne ; Overser : 
James Wattsoii, Steven French ; Parson : Joseph Browne 1 ; 
Curate: John Jackson 2 ; Churchwardens : William Swin- 
burne, Thomas Potts, John London. 

Endorsed on back, Gateshead parish 740 besides officers. 
Six refuseth. 

HUNSTON WORTH.* 

(Written upon one side of a half sheet of foolscap, en- 
dorsed upon the other side u Hunstonworth parish.) 
(D.M.8.). 

Hunstworth in ye Countie of Durham, 

Vicesimo quarto Die february, Anno Dini, 1641, Rt. 
Worll. 

These are to Certify, That all my parishioners whose 
names are hereuiider specif yed, have made this protesta- 
tion, froan eighteeiie yeares of agie upwards according to ye 
Tenure and forme therein prescribed and for recusants, 
we have none wthin our parish neither have had anie wthin 
the remembrance of anie man, now lyueing theirin, God be 
praysed. 

Robert Eggleston, Alexander Eggleston, Willy am 
Eggleston, Michaell Eggleston, Mathew Eggleston, Nycho- 

10 Buried 21 Jan., 1654, married Katherine, dau. of Sir Fenry 
Widdring-ton , of Widdring-ton, Knt., she was buried 21 Au?., 1658, 
fi'urtees, History of Durham, vol. ii, p. 129. Sir William Eiddell and 
the five following; men seem to be the six recusants. 

1 1644/5, Feb. 25, Mr. Joseph Browen, person, bur. Gateshead Pegs. 

2 1646/7, Mch. 7, John Jackson, bur. Gateshead Begs. 

*For an account of the parish of Hunstanworth, see Surtees, vol. 
ii, p. 365. 



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las Eggleston, Christofer Eggleston, Lancelott Eggleston, 
Mathew Egglesto<n, Willyam Bowman, John Bowman, 
Thomas Dickson, John Dickson, Peter Dickson, Alexander 
Dickson, Nycholas Dickson, Nycholas, Wilkinson, John 
Ginning-, Henry Blenderheth, John Little, Thomas Yickers, 
sen., Thomas Vickers, jun., John Madgson, John Orde, 
Robert Orde, John Whitfeeld, Clerk, Curate there, 4 
Thomas Becke 3 , Churchwarden: Michael! Esrgleston. 
Noe Refusers certified 4 , 

JARROW.* 

(Written in double columns on the first three pag^es of a 
sheet of foolscap. The fourth page is endorsed " Jarroe 
parish, 190, besides Officers, Ten refuseinge.") (D.M.9.). 

February the twentie three, 1641. 

A certifficat of all such names as hath takeim the pro- 
testationn being of Eighteane years ould and upward within 
the west part of Jarro parish as Followeth. 

Anthonie Potts, Michell Walker, Anthonie Hogg, 
Thomas Spride, Thomas Sannders, Thomas Robsonn, John 
Turner, John Graie, Thomas Harle, George Rayse, Thomas 
Dawson, William Robsoii, Cristo'for Bell, William Gren- 
well, Raiphe Noble, Michell Tomson, John Pattisonn, 
Thomas tattisonn, Roger Hewetsonn, Richard Stott, 
Thomas Graye, Raiphe Bruiiton, Henrie Wilkinson, Henrie 
Bruntonn, Raiphe Davisoii, Robert Catcheside, William 
Catcheside, Thomas Cirkhame, Nichilas humble, William 
Brackbanck, Thomas Dicksonn, John Browne, Robert had- 
docke, John Dowson, Thomas Cheasbrough, William Chil- 
tonn, William Cheasbrough, Raiphe Rawe, Raiphe Rawe, 
John Foster, Thomas Foster, James Chambers, Cristofor 
Tomsonn, George Ord, Richard Catcheside, John Catche- 
side, Willia. Trewhit, John Robson, John Ammond, henrye 
f aid on, Anthonie faldonn, William Davisoii, John Elder, 
Walter Tiiidell, John Robsonn, Umfray hedly, Thomas 
Marshell, henrie Gibing, Raiphe Tayler, Robert Rawe, 
John Smith, Willi. herrisoiin, Gillfraye Atkinsonn, James 
Wilkinson, Thomas Robsonn, James Purvis, John huiitlie, 
Thomas Wallis, George Catcheside, John Aire, Robert 
Roigersonn, George Storie, John Storie, Laurance Brewas, 
Raiphe Allston, Willia, Dichbouriie, Thomas Willibie, 

3 Thos. Becke occurs as perpetual curate in 1645, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 366. 

4 In a different handwriting. 

* For an account of the parisli of Jarrow, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 66. 



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Thomas Kellsie, Andrew Cram, George Camall, George 
Tomsoii, Robert Tom son, Thomas Tomson, Richard Battle, 
Cuthbert Readhead, Edward Dichbourne, henrie Done, 
William Done, Thomas Olliver, William Tomson, Robert 
Mudie, William Deamster, Lance. Snadon, Robert Trew- 
hit, William Tayller, Edward Gordann, William Tayller, 
Raiphe Gladdow, John Murresonn, William Murresoim, 
George Dodes, Richard Trewhit, Francis Robinsonn, Loucke 
Maxwell, Jeffreaye Raine, Raiphe Morling, George Dobbie, 
Richard Walker, Lance. Smart, Thomas Mowe, John Gam- 
mo'nd, John hadrick, John Lee, George Bog*, John Donckin, 
John Does, William Pattesonn, Ather Swan, John 
Andersonn, George Coucke, John. Lavericke, Steven Black- 
burd, henrie Johnsonn, James GarneT, John Hart, Robert 
Lumsdaill, Bennet Frainke, John Neiue, Edward Reistonn, 
Cuthbert Fenick, John Storie, Richard Catch'eside, 
Anthonie' Fawdone, William Trewhit, Davide Dawsonn, 
John Younge, Thomas Trommell, Raiphe Teasdell, Nichilas 
Robsonn, Thomas Rawe, John Austicke, John Mills, 
Thomas Turner, Thomas Tayller, William Johnson, 
William Martinne, Thomas Roger-son, Thomas Dich- 
bourne, Thomas herrisonn, Richard White, Richard Den- 
nenn, Nicholas hope, John Rogerson, Richard Readhead, 
Edward Tomliesoii'n, Robert Aud, Will Willson, Robert 
Softlie, Michell Welbancke, John Walker, Robert Sillver- 
top 5 , John Smith, Willia. Smith, Consta., William Skirf- 
feald, Rauff Tayler, Thomas Oxnett, Mathew Waire, Ran- 
dell Nickhollsonn, Richard Dicksonii, Thomas Softlie, 
Willia. hutchesonn, John harle, Thomas Shrowech, Thomas 
Merrimann, Anthonie Tayler, Thomas Tayler, Raiphe 
Joplin, Thomas Ro>xbie, Thomas Oxnet, George harle, John 
Bartram, Richard Fawell, Archbald Gibb, John Reignold, 
Michell Potts, James Schuller, James Chirsp, John Brig- 
nell. Richard Couck, James Chambers (190). 

These heare under writtenn are the names of the papist 
which doth refus the protestation. 

Sir Robert hodgsonn 6 , Mr. William hodgsonn 7 , John 
Dand, John hodgsonn, Georg Wetherup, Cuthbert Cowl- 

5 1639, June 16, William, son of Robert Silvertopp, bapt. Jarrow 
Begs. 

6 Son of Robert Hodgson of FTebburn, by his wife Anne, dau. of 
Richard Langley of Grimsthorpe, Co. York ; he married, firstly Frances 
dau. and co-heir of David Ingleby of Ingleby, and by her had a son 
and a dau. ; he married secondly Susan, who re-married Edward 
Coulston. 

7 William Hodgson, brother of Sir Robt. Hodgson, Knt., married 
Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Haggerston, Bart.; he was buried at 
Ryton, 14 Jan., 1661/2, he had one son, Sir Francis Hodgson, Knt., 
and three daughters. 



25 

sonn, Nicholas Galleley, Robert Cowlsonn, Phillip Gutherie, 
John Potter. Signed. Minister : John Walker 8 , Constables : 
William Smyth, Robert Scott (? Stott), Rodger Young, 
Churchwardens: John Smart, Cuthbert Rawe, Overseer: 
Raiphe Oxnit. Signatries. 

LAMESLEY.* 

(Written in a narrow folio book of 12 pages. Pages 1, 
10 and 11 are blank. Page 12 is endorsed " Lamsley 
Chappelrie for the protestation.") (D.M.10.). 

Die soils 20 February, 1641. 

The names of those yt have taken the protestation wth 
in the Chappelrie of Lamsley. 

John Scurrfeild, Tho. Haddocke, Edward Auckland, 
John Haddocke, Willia. Billing-ton, Tho. Turner, Michaell 
Auckland, Cuthbert Wheatley, George Forrest, Richard 
Wright, Tho. Wheatley, Robt. Auckland, Tho. Noble, John 
Whelden, Anthony Kell, juii., Robt. Donkinge, Xpofer 
Sanders, John Caworth, Robt. Hodgson, Willia. Clarke, 
Anthony Dodds, Anthony Maiiey, Anthony Robson, John 
Steevenson, Robt. Leightley, Raph Pnllasar, Raph Sanders, 
Alexander Wattson, Willia. Pallasar, Robt. Kernes, John 
Lambert. John Thompson, Roger Harrison, John Haugh- 
ton, Robt. Thompson, Raph Bell, Tho. Bell, Phillip 
Durrham, John Pallasar, Tho. Durrham, Tho. Vicars, 
Richard Armestrong, Willia. Lawson, John Forrest, Willia. 
Woodd, Willia. Bell, Tho. Williamson, Robt. Harrison, 
Willia. Maddison, Henry Sanders, James Wheatley. 

Die Mercurii vicesimo tertio die Februarii. 
Emmanuell Scurrfeild, gent. 9 , Xpofer Harrison, Raph 
Caeheside, Tho. Cole, Robt. Cole, Tho. Mitchinson, John 
Mitcliinson, George Lawes, Willia. Lawes, John Lawes, 
Marten Lawes, John Mabell, John Durrham, Robt. Hay, 
Willia. Robenson, John Taylor, Raph Robenson, 
Robt. Teworth, Tho. Senior, Raph Senior, John 
Metcalfe, Robt. Steeivensou , Tho. Hall, jun., Tho. 
Cuthbert, jun., George Hetheringtoii, Willia. Hether- 
ington, Emmonuell Cuthbert, Henry Cuthbert, Tho. 

8 Appointed 3 Oct., 1633; he was married at Jarrow, 16 Feb., 1633/4 
to Janet Gibb, and had two children bapt. there, Dorothy, 14 Dec., 
1634, Elizabeth, 7 Feb., 1635/6. He was buried there 14 "May, 1671. 

9 Son and heir of William Scurfield of Kibblesworth, aged 19, 1615, 
married Catherine Moscropp, widow, 4 Sept., 1621. Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 218. 

*For an account of the chapelry of Lamesley, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 207. 



26 

Thompson, George Wilde, 3 Tin., John Burton, Roger 
Wilson, Eaph Sureties, sen., Willia. Taylor, Tho. Cuth- 
bert, sen., John Fletcher, Edward Lyddell, George Wheat- 
ley, sen., George Wheatley, jun., Raph Waistoll, George 
Waistoll, John Lyddell, John Cuthbert, James Harrison, 
Tho. Wheatley, jun. (60), Xpofer Walker, John Harrison, 
John Sanders, Willia. Fletcher, Robt. Hopper, Tho. Story, 
George Lvddell, Michaell Porter, John Emerson, juii., 
George Browne, Tho. Hall, sen., Tho. Heath, Tho. Rob.son, 
Xpofer Humble, Willa. Stobbes, George Hawden, Lionel! 
Mad di son, John Potts,. Anthony Scurrfeild, John Leighton, 
Willia. Marley, sen., Willia. Marley, 3" Tin., James Glasen- 
bee, Alexander Wakefeild, Thomas Horsley, Willia. Hors- 
ley, James Laugh, Robt. Braiitingham. 

Die Jo vis 24 February. 

Willia. Lyddell, gent. 10 , Henry Lyddell, gent. 11 , George 
Wilde, sen., Tho. Scurrfeild, Anthony Twedall, John 
Bucke, John Scott, John Emerson, Anthony Bucke, Thomas 
Bucke, Thomas Bembrigge, Willia. Wright, Robt. Boggin, 
Willia. Greena, sen., Willia. Greena, jun., Richard Davi- 
son, John Davison, Raph Scurrfeild, Willia. Heppell, Arch- 
bald Mosse, George Thompson, John Hastinges, sen., John 
Hastinges, jun., Lionell Hindson, Willia. West, Nathan 
C'uthbert, John Wheatley, Willia. Kirkhouse, Anthony 
Kirkhouse, Henry Bromscales, Robt. Nixson, Isaac Clasper, 
John Sinckler, Anthony Wilde, Willia. Browne, Andrew 
Lowther, James Trumble, Andrew Kenitie, Tho. Smith, 
sen., Richard Waters, David Gladders, John Alaburton, 
John Pallasar, Richard Spaudinge, Willia. Ruttlesse, John 
Ellott, Robt. Scott, Marten Smith, John Smith, John 
Thompson, Archbald Nixson, Michaell Unthanke, Cuthbert 
Hopper, Anthony Cuthbert, Thomas Hutch inson, James 
Younge, Fargus" Ellott, Raph Wilde, Cuthbert Wilde, 
Cuthbert Bell, Raph Pattison, Guy Hudson, John Stobbes, 
Henry Walker, Join Wilde, Tho. Man, John Lyddell, sen., 
Tho. Crawe, Willia, Bell, Willia. Ellott, John Kirkhouse, 
John Maddison, Willia, Beamont, John Landener. Peter 
Burkett, Marke Heppell, John Gray, Raph Unthanke. John 
Stothert, Tho'. Stoker, Willia. Leightoii, James Tilley, 
Robt. Man, Mathew Sime, John Swetine, Geffrey Newbie, 
John Dickinson Willia. Anderson, Willia, Woodmesse, 
John Hebleswith, James Hebleswith, Robt. Wakefeild, 

10 See pedigree of Liddell of Bavensworth, Surtees, Durham ii, 212. 

11 Son of Thomas Liddell by his second wife Jane, dau. of Henry 
Midford, Alderman of Newcastle, bapt. at St. Nicholas, Newcastle, 
20 Aug., 1590, married Elizabeth dau. of William Jennison, Alderman 
of Newcastle, bur. at Whickham, 22 Jan., 1641/2, see pedigree of 
Liddell, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 212. 



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Thomas Wakefeild, Edward Hornesbee, Thomas Wooffe, 
Gilbert Tedcastle, Rowland Smith, John Tucke, Andrew 
Tucke, Robt. Browne, John Hine, Tho. Parkinson, Hugh 
Millar, Tho. Taylor, Cuthbert Shevill, Mathew Gibson, 
Anthony Kell, sen., Edward Smith, Tho. Smith, jun., 
Henry Dixson. 

The names of those yt have not taken the protestation 
beinge recusants. 

Robt. Porter, Nicholas Porter, Robt. Marley, John 
Maxwell. Signed. Minister: Tho. Dowker 12 , Churehr 
wardens and overseers of the poore : John Lowther, Raphe 
hopper, Constables of the Chappelrie of Lamsley : Raph 
Surtis, jun., William Smith, Willia. Auckland, Cuthbert 
Smith, Henery Sotherne. 

For George Grundie, Constable of Hedley, in the Chap- 
pelrie of Lamsley, beinge sicke at the meeteinge of his 
Maties Justices of peace in there division tooke the protesta- 
tion before Mr. Thomas Lyddell, one oi' his Maties Justices 
of peace upo'n Wedsenday ye 23 of February, 1641. Signed. 
Minister: Tho. Dowker, Churchwardens and overseers: 
John Lowther, Raphe hopper. 

LANCHESTER.* 

(Written in a narrow folio book of 16 pages.) (D.M.H.). 
Page 1. 

The names of all those that have taken the protestation 
w'hin the parish of Lanchester the xxth of Februare, 1641. 

John Byerle, Nicholas Byerle, George Richardson, 
Thomas Redshaw, Christopher l)ickson, Cuthbart Herresson, 
Thomas Labourne, jun., Robert Hopper, Cuthbart Orde, 
Robert Newton, James Laboume, Rowland Herrisson, 
Nicholas Labourne, Robert Byerle, John Hopper, John 
Ayre, John Raw, Nicholas Kirkley,, George Raw, Thomas 
Maddesson, sen. 13 , Thomas Maddesson, jun., Andrew Raw, 
Thomas Hopper, John Labourne, Francis Lumley, George 
Crawhaw, Xpopher maugham, Thomas Labourn, sen., 
Rowland Hunter, Thomas Hunter, Robert whetley, 
Lowrence wilkenson, George Yiccars, John w r hetley, 
Thomas Lawson, Thomas Hutkinson, Richard Willis, John 
Wilye, John Hopper, Josias Labourne, Robert Marley, sen., 
Robert Pye, Robert Marley, jun., Ralph Marley, Willia 

12 This name does not appear in the list of incumbents given 
in Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 207. 

13 For a notice of Maddison of Hole House, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 347. 

* For an account of the parish of Lanchester, see Surtees, Durham, 
-vol. ii, p. 303. The Registers 1603-1653 are missing. 



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Stevenson, Thomas whetley, sen., Thomas whetley, jun., 
Edward Raisbeeke, John Hutkinson, Willia Hutkinson,. 
Anthonie Parker, Willia Loiigdaile, Aiithoiiie Robson, 
John Lawson, John Mils, Michaell Johnson, Willia 
Whetley, Edward Mouffet, Richard Bye-is, Gilbart Robson, 
Heneiie Hyensoii, Thomas Eerrie, Raiph Hunter, John 
Jolly e, Willia Turpen, Nicholas Gallyle, John Gallyle, 
John Cair, Richard Euster, Robert Whetley, Mr. Sammuell 
Sanderson 14 , Thomas Sanderson, Heneiie Sanderson, 
Sammuell Sanderson 14 , jun., Tnomas Tayler. Willia 
Mayson, Cuthbart Smith, Lancelot Dearerum, Thomas- 
Whitfeild, Henerie simpson, John Grenwell, jun. 15 , John 
Grenwell, sen., Thomas Richardson, Willia Hudsputhe, 
John Hedrinton, Robert Ellerinton, Robert Eyerie, John 
Smith, Francis Jackson, Willia Rippon, Robert Rippon, 
Willia Darnell, Thomas Grenwell, Willia Plumpton, 
Thomas Darnell, John Dixson, Thomas Kirkley, John 
Hey, George Rippon, Lancelot Rippon, John Wilson (100), 
John Blenkisshoppe, Thomas Grenwell, James Hall, Thomas 
Brown, Willia Lambsoii, Richard Hodgson, Peter Kirkley. 
John Grenwell, John Bemond, Robert Grenwell, John Hall, 
Robert Eggilston, John Nixson, John Rippon, Thomas 
Rippon, Nicholas Redeshaw, John Jueston (? Iveston), 
Thomas Allisson, John Hedle, Henerie Patteson, Thomas 
Pickering, Richard Grenwell, Willia Byerlye, Willia 
Dickson, George Taylor, Willia Darnell, Edward Arthur, 
John Tayler, Robert Burnopp, Mr. Peter Denton 16 , Thomas 
Gallelye, sen., Thomas Gallylee, jun., Willia Jackson, 
Willia Gallyle, John Gallyle, John Stain sbye, Thomas 
Fairebarnes, Thomas Kirkley, Henerie su therm, Thomas 
Tayler, John Daveson, John Atkinson, Robert Gallyele, 
Willia Sutherin, Lyonell Johnson, John Richardson, 
John Wheatley, Robert Mires, Richard Fraiikland, George 
Skeltoii, John Joplin, Lancelot Jackson. Simond Jackson, 
Robert Jackson, Alexander Jackson, Willia Joplin, Willia 
wrey, John Raiiiton. George Commiiig, Lancelot Stringer, 
John Renholdson, Stephen Midcaffe, Michall Thompson,. 
Robert Burnop, Cuthbart Burnop, Cuthbart Gray, 
Nicholas Pickerin, John Rippon, George Hopper, John 
Kattricke, George Thompson, Thomas Atkinson, sen., 

14 " Samuel Sanderson of Hedleyhope, Esq., was buried here in anno 
1650, and his wife Barbara in 1672 (Aug. 17), and Samuel their fifth 
son in 1662." M.I. Lanchester. cf. pedigree of Sanderson in Proceed- 
ings, Soc. of Antiquaries, Newcastle, 3 Ser. vol. ix., p. 14; also for an 
extended pedigree, see Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 343, and Genl. H. C. 
Surtees History of Brancepeth, 32. 

15 For an account of pedigree of Greenwell, see Surtees, Durham,. 
vol. ii, p. 318. 

10 1598, Sept. 26, Peter Denton, gent, and Elizabeth Blaxton, gent, 
md. Bishopwearmouth Regs. 



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Thomas Atkinson, jim., John Tayllor, Eowland Hopper 
Nicholas Smith, Hugh Wille, Thomas Atkinson, sen., 
Peter Grenwell, Stephen Eenholsoii, Mr. Timothie Whit- 
ingham 17 , Henerie Wrangham, Thomas Joplin, 
Edward Hall, John Hull, sen., John Hull, jun., 
Jarrard Lax, Willia Barman., Lancelot Dorm an, Thomas 
Flint, Nicholas Pearson, Kobert Dorman, Willia Dawson, 
George Taylor, Henerie Procter, Charles Schorer, Robert 
Shortricke, Eichard Browne, Nicholas Viccars, Henerie 
Jackson (200), James Dakers, Eobert Hunter, Eaiph 
Hunter, Willia- Hall, Henerie Browne, George Eobinson, 
Lancelot Joplin, Thomas Flint, George Carr, sen., 
George Car, jun., Mathew Procter, John Darnell, 
sen., Cuthbart Kirkley, George Gelson, John 
Atkinson, Eichard wilkenson, Eowland Wilkenson, Thomas 
Car, John Browne, Eoger Browne, Willia Wilkinson, Willia 
Parkin, Eobert Hopper, Eobert Mayson, sen., Eobert 
Mayson, jun., John Mayson, George Whetley, Thomas 
Mayson, Lancelot Hopper, Anthonie Taylor^ Cuth- 
bart Eichardson, John Hopper, jun., John Hopper, 
sen., Vinne Matphin, Thomas Burnop, Eobert Brant- 
ingham, Thomas Brantingham, John Eaw, Eo. Willis, 
Curat 18 , Eaiph singilton, Peter singilton, Edward 
Willis, John Wilkinson, Willia Atkinson, sen., 
Henerye Ornsbye, Willia Ferrie, George Chapman, John 
Ferrie, John Ornsbye, Thomas Ornsbye, Thomas Mathew, 
John Bawnas, Cthbert Bawnes, John Gelson, Cthbert 
Gelson, Christopher Braidle, Eichard Booltfloore 19 , Thomas 
Eippon, John Maxfeild, sen., John Maxfeild, jun., Willia 
Smart, William Henderson, George Hedle, Thomas Hull 
(? Hall), Willia Atkinson, jun., John Atkinson, Chris- 
topher Atkinson, Arthur Walton, John Brigges, sen., John 
Brigge, jun., Henerie Blacket, Thomas usher, John usher, 
Edward Warde, John Hopper, Thomas Atkinson, John 
Langstaffe, George Jordan, Willia Jordan, Thomas Stocke, 

17 Born 1611. Mr. Timothy Whitingham, Esq., of Holmside Hall 
was buried 1682, Oct. 9, in the Queare tinder the Blewe Stone 
belonging to his Buringplace Neare the Stepes which goeth up to the 
Table. Lanchester Register. See notes on this family by J. W. 
Fawcett in " The Parish Registers of Lanchester," p. x. He was 
the descendant and representative of William Whittingham the 
Elizabethan Dean of Durham. See pedigree, Surtees, Durham, vol. 
ii, p. 330. 

18 R. Willis's name does not appear in the list of perpetual curates 
or incumbents given in Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 316," he may have 
been a sub-curate. 

"Buried 7 July, 1666, his widow buried 21 Jan, 1668/9, both 
described^ as of the Ford, Lanchester Regs. For a pedigree of 
Boutflower, see Arch. Ael. New Ser., vol. xxiii, p. 269. 



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Cuthbart Warde, umplira Taylor, Lancelot Maiiey, John 
Marley, Eobert Rippon. Signed. Minister: Ro. Willis, 
Churchwardens : Symond Jaikson, John Anderson, Thomas 
Raw, Edward Raisbeck, Oversseres : Josias Labouriie, 
Thomas Aktsonne, Constables : Robert May son, Thomas 
Rippon, Nichilas fkccher, John porter, "VV illia Ferrye, 
Willia Rippon, John Taylor, Michaell Joplin. 

The names of those that doe refuse to take the protesta- 
tion wthin the parish of Lainchester. 

Willia Lawes, Robert Chicken, Francis Hodgson, 
Thomas mebourne, Thomas Grinwell, Willia Grin well, 
Robert Grinwell, Willia Byerle, Willia Grinwell, Thomas 
Griiiwell, Mr. Anthonie Co<xsoii, George Coxsoii, Tristra 
Blenkishoppe, Anthonie Labourne, John Winter, Thomas 
Winter, George Kirkley, Thomas Kirkley, Lenarde 
Hutkmsoii, Willia Raw, John Sheuill, George Taylor de 
Cornsey Raw, Willia Taylor, George Eliot, juii., Mathew 
Byerle, Thomas Gr en well de Cornsaw Row, Raiph Gren- 
well, Willia Rede,'Cuthbert Byerle, John Thompson, Austin 
Hixson, Willia Wreight. 

Mr. Willia Hall 20 , George Kirkly, Willia Kirkly, 
Robert Kirkley, Francis Kirkley, John Wilkeiison, > Arthur 
Hutkinson 1 , Mathew Natte, Thomas Darnell, John I3arneli, 
Willia Darnell, sen., Willia Darnell, jun. 2 , Thomas Gren- 
well, John Greiiwell, Willia Taylor, Edward Taylor, 
Mathew Granger, John Walton, Mr. John Hodgson 3 , 
Robert Hodgson, Willia Hodgson, Richard seruant to, Mr. 
John Hodg., Willia Horsley, Mr. Peter Witham 4 , Richard 
Murton, Edward Joplin, Thomas Dichbourne, Willia Dich- 
bourne, John Taylor, Willia Ironside, Willia lie, Raiph 
He, George Ellote, sen., John Ellote, Edward Williamson, 
John Johnson (65). Minister: Ro. Willis; Churchwardens: 
Symond Jackson, John Anderson, Thomas Raw, Edward 
Raisbeck ; overseers : Josias la bourn, Thomas Atkensoii, 
Constables : Robart mayson, Thomas Rippon, Nicholas 
fleccher, John Porter, Willia Ferrye, Willia Rippon, John 
Taylor, Michaell Jiplin. Signed. Constable : Michall 
Jiplin; Churchwardens: Simmond Jacksone, Thomas Raw, 
Edward Raisbeck, John Anderson, Willia Ferry, Willia 

20 William Hall of Greencroft, whose estate was sequestered in 
1651; was bur. 21 Nov., 1684, see pedigree. Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, 
p. 323. 

1 The name immediately following this has been struck out in MS. 

2 For notice of the family of Dainell of Broomshields, see Surtees, 
ii, p. 344. 

3 For the pedigree of Hodgson of Manor House, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 319. 

4 Son of Anthony Witham of Cliff, by his wife John Middelton of 
Stockeld, Co. York. Foster's Yorkshire Families. 



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Rippon, John Taylor, John Porter, Robet Mason, Thomas. 
Rippon, Nicholas Flecher; Overseers: Josias Labourn, 
Thomas Atkinson. 

Endorsed Lanchester parish. None Certified to Refuse 5 . 

MEDOMSLEY.* 

(Written upon one side of each of two half sheets of 
foolscap stitched together. The second sheet is cut through 
the middle.) (D.M.12.). 

February 24th, 1641. 

MEDDOMSLEY CHAPPELET. 

The names of those inhabitants wthin the Chappelry of 
Meddomsley who* have taken the Protestation. 

John hunter, Thomas hunter, Nicholas grinwell, Robert 
white, Cuthbert hunter, Thomas hopper, Perciuell Lightoii,. 
Thomas hunter, John hunter, John grinwell, Ro>bert 
Richardson, Anthoney sureties, Peter wright, William 
hunter, Thomas hopper, Robert Widdiefield, Robert 
hunter, John hunter, Cuthbert Bulnier, John Cooke, John 
Stephenson, Raiph Stephenson, John Atchespn, Thomas 
Maugham, Anthoney Marley, John Sumerside, Raiph 6 
Pemerton, Ingerham Sin, Rowland Pallicer, Blasse hopper, 
henry Stephenson, Andrew Backwoth, Raynold Barkas, 
Robert Nicholson, John Milborne, William' Lee, Thomas 
Lambe, Ralph henderson, Mathew Collison, John sna,w- 
ball, Thomas hunter, John Robson, Robert Johnson, 
Nicholas Comin, William waugh, John Backwith, Robert 
grinwell, John Tutin, John waugh, Thomas hunter, 
John hunter, William Tomlison, John Darnell, Robert 
Blenkensopp, John Blenkinsoipp, William hunter, Rog-er 
venus, John smyth, Michaell Langstaffe, John Kirkley, 
John Cro'oke, Anthoney grinwell, Michaell Allinson, 
Richard Reed, Nicholas Backwith, Cuthbert hunter, John 
hedley, Charles Rippon, Ninus horsmaii, John Rippon, 
Robert hutchesoai, Robert simpson, Mathew stoko, William 

5 This endorsement is erroneous. 

6 Altered from George in MS. 

7 Torn away. 

*For an account of the chapelry of Medomsley, see Surtees, 
Durham ii, p. 284. 

The two very ancient families of Hunter of Medomsley are both 
probably descended from William the Hunter whose name is to be 
found in an ancient charter in the Treasury at Durham. One of the 
two families is represented by Col. Hunter of Antons Hill, Berwick- 
shire ; the other by Capt. Guy Allgood, of Nunwick. See pedigree 
Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 289, 



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Rippon, Stephen Raw, Charles Blenkinsop, William Row, 
Robert Shakelocke, Roger Smyth, Edward Joplin, John 
Row, Robert yoole, Ranold Comin, John Shakelocke, 
Robert gallaley, Cuthbert gallaley, George Chiken, John, 
hunter, John wright, Robert Stephenson, Thomas Chiken, 
John hunter, John hopper. 

The names of those inhabitants wthin the Chappelry of 
Meddomsley (beinge popish Recusants) and have refused 
to take the protestation. 

Mr. John Daiibey, gent., his habitation beinge at 
hamsterley; Mr. William Burnopp 8 of the hounes, 
gent. ; Michaell Foster, of the same, yeoman ; Nicholas 
Comin, of hamsterley yeoman; Robert Comin his sone, 
George harbotle, oi hamsterley, gent. ; Thomas gray 
of the same, Edward gardner of the same. Signed. 
Minister : Mathias wrightson, Constables : John Kirkley, 
John hunter, Churchwardens and Overseers for the poore : 
Peter Ramshaw, Nicholas Pallicer. 



MOJSTKWEARMOUTH.* 

(Written upon one side of 'each leaf in a narrow folio 
book of 8 leaves. The first and the last three leaves are 
blank.) (D.M..13.). 

A cataloyne of ye names of all suche persons wthin ye 
parish of Mooiikwearimouth as have subscribed and refused 
to subscribe unto ye protestation lately taken by ye house 
of comons now assembled in the Honorable courte of 
Parliamit, Feb. 24, 1641. 

Robert Hilton 9 , John Hilton, George Graye, sen., 
Richard Hickes, George Graye, jun., Richard Wake, 
Thomas Teasedale, Raphe Vasy, Thomas Wake, Thomas 
Gybson, sen., Thomas. Gybson, jun., George Daile, 
Michaell Symy, Robert Atckinson (? Atchinson), William 
Burly e, John Madeson, Richard Gardiner, William 
Hunter, John Bell, Nichilas Cummin, William Symy, 
Robert Hilton, jun., James Henderson, Thomas Page, 
Andrew Soence, Robert Bell, Robert Thompeson, Thomas 
Hunter, John Thompeson, Thomas Thompeson, Thomas 
Anderson, Thomas Woods, Thomas Storie, William Todde, 
Thomas Dodgon, Thomas Rockewood, Edward Atckinson, 

8 For notice of the Burnops of the Howens, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 296. 

* The Registers were burnt in 1790. For an account of the parish 
of Monkwearmouth, see Surtees, Durham ii, p. 1. 

9 For pedigree of Hilton of Hilton, see Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, 
26. Long-staffs Darlington, xxxiii. 



3.3 

Thomas Taylor, Raphe Lumlye, J'oliu Fowsit, Christofer 
Shipperdson, Raphe Sanderson, Thomas Colly er, Peter 
Skirfill, Thomas Lumley, William Matthew, Henery Ourde, 
John younge, Alexander Humble, Anthony Foster, Thomas 
Thompeson, Thomas Todde, Thomas Foster, Cuthebeit 
Garret, Anthony Tayler, John. Addison, Raphe Colison, 
William Harison, John ITshawe, John Cotterall, John 
watteson, Cuthebert Garrat, John E'mmerson, Daniel 
Cooper, William Hesley, Richard Atchinson, Toby mat- 
thew, Richard Taylor, William Roxby, John Bell, Edward 
Taylor, Thomas whiting-am, Usward Trumble, Thomas 
Porrat, Ralphe Boomer, Robert Bell, Richard Dry don, 
Uzward Trumble. Lancelot wrighte, John Rea, Richard 
Bubby 10 , George Teasedell, Thomas Gybson, sen., Thomas 
'Gybson, jun. 11 , Nichilas Bell, Tabat Rockewood, Thomas 
spaiTow, Thomas Todde, William Wudel, John Tayler, 
John Gray, John Sparrow, John Harison, Thomas Gray, 
Robert Rockewood, William Ager, John younge, John 
Taylor, William seemar, Thomas Foster, William Richaby, 
Michaell Taylor, Anthony Weare, George Bro-ugh, Edward 
Whittingam, Bernard Bee, Francis Rowland, William 
Reed, Thomas Reed, Duke 12 smithe, John weare, William 
Robinson, John Halle, Richard wetherall, Lyonell Rea, 
Richard Cuthebert, Christofer wygam, Richard Cotterall, 
Henry Cotterall, Robert Wilson. John Todde, Robert 
Dayle, William Tongue, John Smith, William Skirfeild, 
Edward Atchinson, John Langely, John Hewworthe, Cuthe- 
bert Thomposon, Richard Gouland, Thomas Kitchinge, 
Thomas Foster, Edward Hopper, William Browne, Nycho- 
las Mylles, Nicholas Tayler, John Peerson 13 , William 
Bowry, John Ammond, Richard wade, John Aniory, 
William Greene, Thomas Browne, Richard Doweson, John 
Foster, mathew whytehead, william Halle, Ralphe Ditche- 
burne, John Thompeson, Robert Haderick, John Bell, John 
Errington, John mushtian, John Addison, William cole, 
Richard Denninge, John Cocke, Bernard Skirfeild, Thomas 
Atchinson, William moody, William Feild, Thomas Dicke- 
son, John Gybson, Matthew 'Foster, chrystofer Calvert, 
Nicholas Stoddard, Henery wrangam, John Sparrow, sen., 
Raphe Hilton, Rap-he Vasy, John Locky. 

The names of such persons as praset in our parish refuse 
to take and abset at sea can not take ye protestation. 

Melcher Hickes, at sea, John Hilton, jun., abset 

10 This name is not Busby. 

11 This name is struck out in MS. 

12 Apparently altered from Luke in MS. 

"Altered several times " Peirson " and " Pierson " in MS. 

3 



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Papists : George Sympson, Cuthebarte 14 wylkinson, John 
coleson, Henery Dickinson. Baphe Grainger, abset 

Minister : Bichard Hickes 15 , Churchwardens : Thomas 
collyar, Thomas Bockewood, Constables : Christopher ship- 
perdsoii, Robert Bockewood,* John younge,* Thomas 
Wake, Overseers : John Fawcet, Michael Symy.* 

March 1, 1641. 

John young, Const., Bobert Backwood, Consta., Michell 
Simie, Overseer. 

MFGGLESWICK.t 

(Written in two columns upon the first page of a sheet 
of foolscap. The back page is endorsed " Muggleswick 
parish. None Refused.") (D.M. 14.). 

A note of ye people in Mugleswick parish who received 
ye protestation sent from the honble. house of Comons. 

James Anderson, Ck., Outhbert Hopper, Robert 
Harrison, John Beadshaw, Robt. Readshaw, Willm. 
Laburne, Richard March, Edward W T ard, Rowland 
Harrison, John Dridpn, John March, John March, John 
Joplin, George Dridon, Thomas Lonsdale, Cuthbert 
Ward, Robert Rawe, Robert Blenkisop, Cuthbert Pallisser, 
Lanclot Brigs, Cuthbert Pallaser, Thomas Harrison, Cuth- 
bert Ward, John Lonsdale, Thomas March, Robt. Kirtley, 
Roger Harrison, George Rippon, John Blenkisop, Edward 
Hopper, Robert Oliuer, Thomas Midleton, John Wanlas, 
Nicholas Somerside, Henry Hopper, John Anderson, 
Thomas Lonsdale, George Oliuer. 

14 Richard struck out and Cuthebarte written above in MS. 

15 Bapt. at Whitburn, 9 Nov., 1604, son of John Hickes, rector of 
"Whitburn, by his wife Alice Blakiston; of University College, Oxford, 
matric. 6 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 6 July, 1626; M.A. 9 July, 1629; 
licensed to the Perpetual Curacy of Monkwearmouth, 13 Sept., 1638; 
an intruder in Whitburn on the deprivation of Dr. Triplett; con- 
formed, and abjured the Solemn League and Covenant, 17 Aug., 1662; 
Rector of Whitburn, where he was buried, 25 Aug., 1667. He married 
firstly Dorothy, dau. of John Heath of Ramside, gent., mar. at St. 
Giles, Durham, 15 Dec., 1631 (1673 May 6, Alicia, widow of Richard 
Hickes, lately Rector of Whitburn, buried, Washington Regs., this 
being the burial of his second wife). His son John Hickes, admitted 
to St. John's College, Cambridge, 19 Mch., 1652/3, aged 18, B.A. 
1656/7, Perpetual Curate of Monkwearmouth on the resignation of his 
father 1662, died 1669, married Dorothy, dau. of John Smart of Harton, 
12 May, 1664. 

* These three names are struck out in MS. They apparently signed 
at a later date. 

t For an account of the parish of Muggleswick, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 361. 



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A note of such as refuse to take the protestation absent- 
inge themselves. 

John Hey, Anthony Garfoote, Richard Chester, 
Nicholas Maugham. 

Given under our handes the 23th of Fabr., 1641. 
Vickcr: Ei. Braidley 16 . Signed Church Warden: Thome 
March . 



RYTON.* 

(Written in two columns upon six narrow foolscap sheets 
pasted to form one continuous narrow sheet. A seventh 
sheet containing- names of recusants is pinned to the other.) 
(D.M. 15.). 
Comu Dunelrn. 

A perfect Sumarye of all that hathe taken the protes- 
tacion within the parishe o>f Eyton taken the 23 & 24 of 
february Anno dni, 1641. 

Thorn.- yonge, John yonge, sen., John Yonge, jun., 
Thorn. Buriiet, Thorn. Raiiisoii, Willm. Ranison, Andrew 
Langevan, John Walker, Willm. Walker, Raiphe 
Aineslaye, John Walker, Thorn. Coulson, Willm. Jollye, 
Aiitho. Sander, Cuthbt. Heslope, John Dixon, Cuthbt. 
homble, Matthew Lvghtbitter, John Robinson, Cuth. 
Jollye, Robert Walker, Hewe Walker, Nych. Reed, Robt. 
Sander, Willm. Harison, Robt. Dag-lease, Patrick Deayevy, 
Robt. Hoanbill, John Lynsaye, sen., John Lynsaye, jun., 
Cuthbt. Sander, Rowland Crawforthe, Gilbart Archball, 
Mathe Newton, Alexr. Armestrong, John Sander, Cuthbt. 
Reed, Vaughan Codling, Nych. Lee, AVilJm. Bowdon, John 
Briggs, Cuths. Walker, sen., Roger Walker, Raiphe 
Robson, John Maughaii, Edw. Poyd, George Kell, Thorn. 
Raiioldson, John Kenet 17 , gen til., Antho. Errington, Robt. 
Robson, Willm. Rayne, Tho. Srnythe, Tho. Wilson, Robt. 
Thomson, Mathe Merrington, John Sander, Humfraye 
Walker, George Wilson, John Walker, Tho. Bowet, Henry 
Farlam, John Howetson, Willm. Ramsaye, John Williamson, 
Antho. Kirckhouse, Willm. Watson, John Watson, Willm. 
Hedlaye, Cuthbt. Anderson, Edmund Reuelaye, Antho. 

16 Appointed 20 Nov., 1641. 

17 Of Coxhoe 3 son of William, matric. at Queen's Coll. Oxon, 13 Apl., 
1638, aged 16, student of Lincoln's Inn, 1639, Foster's Alum. Oxon. 
He was buried at Kelloe, 16 Nov., 1679, married Troath, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Tempest of Stella, Bart. The family owned property in 
Tanfield, see Surtees, Durham ii, p. 219. 

*For an account of the parish of Ryton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 259. 



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Yowarde, Hewe Lankyshiie, Edmund Wright, Robt. 
Nyckolson, Tlio. Coupper, Cuthbt. Walker, John Dodd, 
sen., John Dodd, jun., John Waughe, Roger Halsaye, 
Tho. Fealdehouse, Edw. Noble, Tho. Kyle, James Browne, 
John Vauxe, Tho. Sanderson, Ryeh. Robinson, Willm. Lee, 
John Tailler, Edward James, Willm. Fairelam, George 
Hodgson, Mychell Scott, Willm. Ramsay, Thorn. Humble, 
Robt. Whyte, Henry Braid! aye, John Wooller, Lane. 
Hodgson, Mathewe Lawson, Steiiene Coulson, Robt. Coulson, 
John Coulson, Cuthbt. Coulson, Willm. Smythson, Thomas 
Ramsaye, John Robinson, Ranold Robson, Thorn. Rouell, 
Antho. Johnson, Thorn. Wilkinson, George Wilkinson, 
George Chapman, John Tailler, Rych. Sheale, John Cirssopp, 
Henry Lawes, Thorn. Cloughe, Samuell Thaller, John 
Dichburne, John Bowes, Willm. Wilson, Thorn. Tailler, 
Thorn. Kirssopp, John Ryppon, Willm. Errington, Samuell 
Biggins, Francis Emerson, John Sisterson, Nych. Sande- 
lands, Robt. Sandelands, John Johnson, Mathew Nixon, 
Edward Nixon, Thorn. Appilbye, John Burnett, Francis 
Beston, Thorn. Storye, Raiphe Twisell, Robt. Hedlaye, 
Rowland Rawe, William Wilkinson, Henry Dawson, George 
Foster, John Dawson, Xpfor. Cloughe, Cuthbt. Nixon, John 
Walker, Thorn. Foster, Roger Jameson, John Grinwell, 
Willm. Pickering, Thorn. Storye, John Bowee, George 
Lawson, Thorn. Turner, Henry Steuenson, Cuthbt. Swiuborn, 
John Boulmer, John Watson, Thorn. Poyde, Fetter Robson, 
John Poyde, sen., John Cooke, Edw. S my the, Ro;ger 
Winshoppe, John Poyd, jun., Robt. Feindie, Thorn. Luete, 
Thorn. Killerbye, James Ogill, Thorn. Thomson, Rych. 
Grene, James Robson, Robt. Bell, Thorn. Proctter, Edward 
Bell, Alexr. Poyde, Steuen Chambers, Gawell gibson, John 
Chambers, Roger Bell, John Bell, George Bell, Willm. 
Johnson, Rych. Johnson, Robt. Nankes, Mark Taller, John 
Teasedaile, John Winshope, Willm. Chambers, John Mor- 
pethe, Steue Ranoldson, Thorn. Teasedaile, Rych. Laverocke, 
John Edworthe, Tho. Dixon, Nycho. grave, Raiphe Bee, 
Adam Sfanton, Willm. Renton. Willm. March ell, Jon^s 
Nailler, George Foster, John Row ell, sen., John Rowell, 
jun., Willm. Turner, George Haye, Andrewe Rosse, John 
Trotter, Roger Laigne, R^oger todd, Mychell Doogiase, 
Henry Wilson, Thorn. Kelioe, John Nixon, James Simson, 
Bartrain Daglease, Willm. Thomson, Thorn. Thomson, Rych. 
Thomson, John Morion, John Allason, John Champlaye, 
John Smythe, John Coulman, Willm. Smythe, sen., Willm. 
Smythe, jun., Willm. Swinborne, George golightlye, John 
Swinbome, Rych. Stockoe, Robt. Laweson, John gowfe, 
Thorn. Smythe, Nycho. Smythe, Willm. Stafoorthe, Samuell 
Stanklaye, \Tohn Rychardson, John Haswell, Willm. Haswell, 



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Robt. Laborne, Cuthbt. Barrowes, John Balle, Willm. 
Stringer, Rych. Jopling, Antho. Dodd, Xpfor. Atkinson, 
Ry chard eadlam, Thorn. Headlaye, Willm. Jopling, Willm. 
Briggs, Henry Briggs, Fetter Briggs, John Elson, Manna- 
duke Swinborn, Roger Errington, Robert Car, Jarard Nixon, 
James Daglease, Bartho. Dagiease, John Browne, John 
Nixon, Daiiiell Rosse, Rycho. graye, John Swinborn, 
Thorn. Swinborne, Rycho. Newton, sen., John Newton, 
Willm. Dodd, Robt. Dodd, Thorn, grenoe, Willin. grenoe, 
Rych. Bewlowe, Rych. Bewlowe, Rych. Thomson, Xpfor. 
grenoe, Rych. Cooke, John Walker, Tho. Cooke, Roger 
Cooplan, Rych. grenoe, Francis Staforthe, Rych. Cooplan, 
Tho. grenoe, James grenoe, John grenoe, Nycholas Newton, 
jun., Edward Errington, George Cooke, Fetter Wanghe, 
George Rydlaye, Raiphe Thomson, James Hudspethe, 
Rychard Laverock, Xpfor. Laverock, Thorn. Pickering, 
John grenoe, Roger Newton, Thorn. Kirckhouse, David 
graye, John Grenoe, Tho. Swalwell, Rych. grenoe, John 
grenoe, Xpfor. Henderson, Willm. Laweson, George 
Wilkinson, Cuthbt. Walker. Antho. Newton, Clemet 
grenoe, Thorn. Crawforthe, John Rotherf orthe , Tho. 
Haggerston, Tho. Warde, John grenoe, Alex, homble, John 
Stanfoorthe, Tho. Orde, Lanclot Paston, John Porter, 
John Humble, Thorn. Hedlaye, John Newton, Willm. 
Sinythe, Edw. Thomson, Steue Thomson, Henry Thom- 
son, Willm. Thomson, Henry Foster, Xpfor. Thomson, 
John Coopelan, Robt. Elwood, George Hauxlaye, Willm. 
Newton, John Blakeborne, Willm. Fawedon, Marke 
Homble, Oswoolde Jack, John Cooke, Edmund Crawe, 
John Browne, Cuthbt. Walker, jun., John Harison, Edward 
Henderson, John Wright, Thorn. Hauxlaye, Robt. 
Stockton, Ambrose Todd, John Stockoe, Cuth. graye, John 
Nyxon, John Newton, John Sander, Andr. Watterson, 
Willm. Franche, Edward Melborne, Bart Fawebarne, Robt. 
Huskins, Willm. Britlan, Francis Smythsoii, Rych. Dixon, 
Willm. Dixon, George gryce, George grinwell, Thomas 
Grenoe, Anthony Grenoe, GeoTge Grenoe, Rych. Tanket, 
sen., Rych. Tanket, jun., Bartho. Morell, Rayphe Newton, 
James Rydlaye, George Trinell, Roger Morpethe, Willm. 
Hutton, Robt. Hutton, Xpfor. Fealdehouse, Willm. Dodd, 
Robt. Dodd, GeoTge Faeskt 18 , John Key e, Robt. Hudspethe, 
Martin Hodgson, Rych. Hopper, George Robinson, 
Oswoold Hagge-rston, John Tailler, George Onelye, Thomas 
dilworthe, sen., Thorn, dilworthe, jun., Willm. Dilworthe, 
Henry Errington, Henry wilson, George Dodd, George 
Wilson, John Fattison, GeoTge Pattison, Mathewe Lainge, 

38 The final letter in this name has been altered from " d " or 
vice-versa. The name may be " Fouskt." 



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George yoitton, Willm. Trotter, Eobt. Houdspethe, Thorn. 
Harison, John Choppelow, John Gibsonn, James Bell, John 
yoitton, Eobt. Elwood, John Lang-van, John Hodgson, 
Michell Sydbotteii, Thorn. Aiibye, sen., Thorn. Anby, jun., 
Edw. Cudbertson, Steue Cudbertson, sen., Steuene 
Cudbertson, Willm. Bickerlaye, Christofor Watson, Willm. 
Jopling, Erasmus Toureson, Willm. Portter, Thorn. 
Graye, Edward Hoode, Raiphe Eydlaye, Willm. Wilkinson, 
John Wilkinson, George Barkas, John Eutter, Eycho. 
Marlaye, John Wright, Thomas Tempell, Henry Cudbert, 
John Smythe, Mychell Dobson, Eobt. Smalepaige, Willm. 
Hedlaye, Eowlaiid Hedlaye, Thorn. Hedlaye, Eaiphe wyse- 
man, Henry Hewle, marrnaduck wilson, James Hopper, 
Thorn. Ackinson, Edward Ackinson, Thomas Howetson, 
Cuthbt. Bamebrigg, Willm. Hidsoii, George Smetton, 
Willm. Dixon, James Be-son, Eobt. Lyghtfoote, Antho. 
Krighton, marmaduck wardoop, George wardrope, Xpfor. 
wardrope, Cuthbt. Lyddell, Eaiph Admaices, Thomas 
Gillerry, Nycho. Sheile, John Maucer, John Breaves, 
George Pratt, John Mushams, Eobt. Howetson, Myels 
Hedlaye, Thoin. Haugeshawe, Willm. Lyddill, Willm. 
Bilton, John Grayme, Thomas Hodgson, Willm. Doweson, 
Antho. Doweson, John Hedlaye, Willm. Stott 19 , John Scott, 
George Tempest, Thorn. Ellison, Willm. Foster, George 
yonger, James Golightlye, John Durham, Willm. 
Eychardson, Allan Hooborne, Edward Cham play e, 
Mathew graye, Anthony Anderson, Symoiide Foster, 
Lanclot Eobson, John Foster, Henry Foster, Eobt. Jop- 
linge, Thorn, graye, Thorn. Bootlan, James Pickering, 
Thorn. Pickering, Edward Newton, Antho. Hopper, Willm. 
Smythe, Willm. Eobson, John Eotherfoothe, Thorn. 
Smythe, Eobt. Archer, John Moses, Eobt. Kell, Antho. 
wheatlaye, Willm. Lyttill, Thorn. Aineslaye, Humfray 
Eobson, Jojhn Eo<bson, Cuthbt. Harpper, Antho. Agilbye, 
Edmund gibson, Willm. Smythe, Rowland Turner, Eychi 
Wilson, Willm. Thomson, Thorn. Thomson, Willm. Clenall, 
Nycho. Blakborn, Nycho. Frost, Edward Hidson, Nycholl. 
Halle, Eobt. Steuenson, Eobt. Olliver, Thorn. Yeapon, 
Thorn. Watson, John Appilbye, Thorn. Watson, John 
Swinborne, jun., Tymo. Shaftoe, Willm. Bezing. John 
Stobes, Antho. Stobes, Eobt. Allanson, Thorn. A Hanson, 
Eobt. Hall, John Bezing, Eobt. Wylde, John Dpdd. 
Willm. Wilkinson. Thorn. Suertis, John Suertis, Phillop 
Lawson, Francis Barkas, sen., Mathewe Barkas, Fiancis 
Barkas, jun., John Barkas, Cuthbt. Proctter, Willm. 

19 Probably Scott but the " t " is distinct whilst the letter is a 
'" c " in the name beneath in MS. 



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Jopling, John Laweson, Tobye Dudleye, Esquire 20 , Robt. 
Nawton, Ambrose Algood, Fetter gmye, George yongue, 
George Marlaye, Anthony Whitfealde, John Kyle, sen., 
Jolin Kyle, jun., Allex grave, Alex. Jopling, John Harison ? 
Charles Jopling, Cuthbt Golightly. George Surtis, Jarard 
Jopling, Nycho'. Laborne, Charles Laborne, Henry Foster, 
John Foster, James Laborne, Robt. Foster. Cuthbt Foster, 
Peter Foster, Charles Hodgson, Antho. Steuenson, Robt. 
Hodgson, Willm. Steuenson, John Steuenson, Roger Sister- 
son, Raiphe Arther, John Mac'kaye, George Hinemes, 
George Steuenson, John Pye, Mychell Wilkinson, Anthony 
fortherinharn, John Sanderson Robt. Johnson, Thorn. 
Tailler, Willm. Browne, Alex. Wilkinson, Lowrance 
Collingwood, John Twisell, Willm. May re, Nycholl 
Joihnson, Robt. Tailler, Edward Morthwhaite, George 
warde, Thorn. Waker, John Bell, John Ranoldson, John 
Reuelaye, Tho. Hedlaye, John Hedlaye, John Kirssope, 
John Nixon, John Newton, Thorn. Coopfen, Willm. Herron, 
George Stone (? Stork), Willm. Morthwaite. Willm. 
Maddison, John graydon, John west, Alex. Bell, Thorn. 
Henderson, John Steuenson, George I/owrye. In all 621. 
Signed. C\urat : Robert Cooper, Constables : George Farrow, 
Robert Turner, Thomas Pickering, Thomas Gellery, John 
Joplin, Willm. Jollye, Edward Anderson, Christopher 
Grenay, James Greaiey, Churchwardens : Richard Lauer- 
rocke, Bertra. Dod, Willm. Dod, Willm. French, 
Oner seers: Thomas Proctor, John Greney, John Dod. 

On a separate sheet pinned to the other. The names 
of Recusants who refuethe to the protestation in the parish 
of Rytoin. 

Sr. Willm. Selbye, knight 1 , Thomas Selbye, gintil 2 , 
George Selbye, gintil 3 , Willm. Tempest, gintil 4 , John 

20 Son and heir of Ambrose Dudley of Chopwell, by his wife Isabel, 
dan. of Richard Greenfield of Wooton, Co. Bucks; bapt. at Eyton, 21 
Jan., 1598/9; married Jane, dau. of Sir William Blakiston of Gibside, 
Knt. buried at Ryton, 24 May, 1661. For pedigree, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p.' 280. 

1 Sir Wm. Selby of Winlaton, Co. Pal, Knt., son of William Selby, 
Sheriff of Newcastle, 1564; Mayor, 1573. He married Elizabeth, daii. of 
William Widdrington, Esq.; buried at Ryton, 3 Apl., 1649. See pedigree 
Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 274. 

2 Thomas Selby, son of William (above), married Dorothy, third 
dau. of John Swinburne of Black Heddon. 

3 George Selby, son of William (above), created a Baronet, 3 Mch., 
1664, married Mary, dau. of Richard Viscount Molineux, buried at St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle, 16 Sept, 1668. 

4 Son of William Tempest of Thornley, steward to the Earl of 
Scarboro', married Margaret, sister of William Hodgson of Blaydon, 
died; 7 Mch., 1696. See pedigree of Tempest of Thornley, Surtees 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 275. 



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Rotherforthe, gintil, Thorn. Rotherfortlie, gintil 5 , John 
Addye, sen., John. Addye, jun., Bartho. Addye, Cuthbt. 
Pratt, Willm. Pratt, Willm. Thomson, Marmaduk Jackson, 
Thorn. Jackson, Thorn. Grainger, Rych. Grainger, 
Patera ck Parson 6 , Henry Fawdon, Willm. Dockanby, Hewe 
Rydlaye. In all XXti, Thomas Gillery, Constable, 
Edward Anderson, Constable (sic), James Greenoro, 
Constable, Lawrence Collingwood, Constable. 



SOUTH SHIELDS.* 

(Written upon one side of two sheets of foolscap pasted 
to form a continuous sheet ruled into six columns. Three 
and a half columns contain the names. The back is endorsed 
"St. Hildes Chappellrie 426 besides Officers," and in a 
different hand "none refuseinge.") (D.M.16.). 

John Selbie 7 (1). Willm. Clarke (2), Charls. Sotheran 
(3), Willm. Lawson (4), Thomas Beasley (5), Richard 
Easterbie (6), Thomas Collyer (7), George Robinson (8), 
Josias Fletcher (9), Thomas Sharpe (10). Willm. Hunter 
(11), Edward Bastoe (12), Thomas Younge (13), Cuthbert 
Godskirke (14), Edward Smith (15), Lanclott Storie (16), 
Mathew Coats (17), Robert Hawdon (18), George Johnson 
(19), John Browne (20), John Shipley (21), Richard 
Turner (22), Stephen Kinge '(23), James Ladler (24), John 
Tynmouth (25), Robert Thompson (26), Stephen Browne 
(27), Willm. Buszard (28), Willm. Wilson (29), Alexandr. 
Chaine (30), George Phillipe (31), Willm. Lambe (32), 
John Wake (33), Thomas Umphrey (34), Lyonell Waite 
(35), Edward Morrow (36), Gawyn Lawson (37), Anthonie 
Whitino>ham (38), Thomas Bruntoii (39), Andrew Walker 
(40), Thomas Bell (41), Umphrey Scott (42), Rowland 
Moore (43), James Gowerley (44), Anthonie Dauison 
(45), Richard Mecke (46), John Gofton (47), Roger 
Bell (48), Cutbt, Anderson (49), John Browne (50), 
Stephen Wilson (52), Nycholas Dun (53), Robert 
Jackson (54), Marke Harker (55), Andrew Wyde 
(56), Willm. Bailes (57), John Blacke (58), Thomas But- 
terrie (59), Abraham Mastoii (60), John Robinson (61), 

5 For notes of the Eutherfords of Blackball and Byton, see Surtees, 
Durham ii, p. 282. 

6 This name has the word " well " added to it, apparently after the 
list was completed as it has been blotted, and so reads " Parsonwell." 

7 In the MS. the Christian and surnames are uniformly separated 
by colons. 

* For an account of South Shields, see Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, 
p. 94. 



41 

Thomas Warde (62), Thomas Atkinson (63), Richard Craggs 
(64), Tobias Mathew (65), Nycholas Grey (66), Willm. 
Tent (67), Alexarndr. Ledger (68), James Bell (69), John 
Middleton (70), Edward Waide (71), Andrew Atcheson 
(72), James Hynde (73), Raiphe Hoyser (74), James West 
(75), James Rey (76), Thomas Mathew (77), John Daglease 
(78), MychaeU Pawton (79), James Tweddall (80), Stephen 
Lee (81), Thomas Booteman (82), Edward Huntley (83), 
Thomas Sootherran (84), Alexander Scott (85), Henry Bell 
(86), Richard Day (87), George Dobsoii (88), Peter Chash 
(89), Thomas Denum (90), John Dauison (91), John 
Henderson (92), "VVillm. Sympson (93), Allan Braidde 
(94), Edward Fogger (95), Willm. Robson (97), Cuthbert 
Walker (98), Willm. Walker (99), James Shaw (100), 
Tobias Trotter (102), Henry Wilsonn (103), Cuthbert 
Grey (104), Thomas Grey (105), Geo>rge Drydon (106), 
George Harrison (107), John Wright (108), Thomas Has- 
well (109), Henry Lawson (100) (sic), Andrew Haswell (111), 
Willm. Wilson (112), Raiphe Roxdell (113), Henry Ander- 
son (114), Thomas Rensey (115), Lewis Carr (116), 
Robert Alleson (117), Anthonie Scott (118), Xpofr. Dag- 
lease (119), Richard Morison (120), John Walker (121), 
Geo. Dodds (122), James Paine (123), John Younge (124), 
James Albonie (125), Robt, Swadwell (126), Robert Hall 
(127), Robt. Chilton (128), Cutbt. Warde (129), Mathew 
Scott (130), Willm Hambleton (131), Dauide Cobrath (132), 
Robt. Bowmer (133), Peter Tyiidall (134), Cudbt. Best 
(135), Robt. Johnson, (136), Willm. Wilson, (137), Cubt. 
Jackson, (138), Thomas Harle (139), Charles Grunde (140), 
James French (141), Garold Robson (142), Roger Tailor 
(143), Edward Wallas (144), Marke Crake (145), James 
Haswell (146), Alexandr. Hey (147), Thomas Cooke (148), 
George Lylbourn (149), Henry Henderson (150), Raiphe 
Middleton (151), Jo<sephe Wallas (152), Symond Bairns 
(153), Lanclot Bairde (154), John Newton (155), Dauide 
Garner (156), John Summers (157), John Pattison_ (158), 
John Holume (159), George Wallas (160), John Richeson 
(161), John Midfoorth (162). Thomas Bairnes (163), Raiphe 
Watson (164), John Carr (165), Umphrey Shaftoe (166), 
Edward Cooke (167), Richard Haswell (sic) (169),* Mathew 
Ramsdell (170), John Bennett (171), Robt. Arington (172), 
Roger Kinge J173), John Godskirke (174), Richard 
Bawwhnnie (175). Leonard Branston (176). Thomas 
Thompson (177). Thomas Goli^htly (178), Mathew Grey 
(179), Robt. Hodshon (180), Robt, Robson (181), Barthrum 
Shaftoe (182), Anthonie Parke (182), Oswould Swarlyn 

* There is no number 168 in the MS. 



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(183), Geo. Gilgriss (184), Ralph Fetters (185), Mat hew 
Watson (186), John Harbottle (187), John Frisle (188), 
John Willowbie (189), Geo. Dickson (190), James Smyth 
(191), Geo. Turpine (192), Geo. Eeadhead (193), Tho. 
Lylle (194), Mychaell Hunter (195), Mychaell Hunter (196), 
Clement Hall (197), Andrew Dauison (198), Geo. Younge 
(199), Willm. Mathew (200), Nycholas Caide (201), 
John Fotheringham (202), Rowland Collinwood (203), 
Thomas Smyth (204), John Haswell (205), Tho. Foster, 
(206), John Dickson, (207), John Daglease (208), James 
Carr, (209), Eobt. Harbottle (210), Thomas Sandrson (211), 
Edward Watson (212), Eichard Harrison (213), John 
Lylle (214), Eichard Hope (215), Nycholas Benks (216), 
Willm. Spence (217), Oliur. Coats (218), John Parke (219), 
Eobt. Bell (220), Thomas Brown (221), Thomas Hunter 
~i, John Chamber (223), Gilbert Younge (224), John 



Goiightlie (225), Stephen Oliur. (226), Symond Atcheson 
(227), Stephen Dixsoii (228), Willm. Wright (229), John 
Lambe (.230), Edward slegg (231), Rowland Dixon (232), 
John Preston (233), Francis Eoughe (234), Edward Mid- 
foorth (235) Edward Noble (236), Eichard Johnson (237), 
Willm. Watson (238), Samuell Harrison (239), James 
Howwe(240), Cuthbt. Thompson (241), John Hawdon (242), 
Peter Walton (243), Willm. Harle (244), John Dunn (245), 
Eichard Atcheson (246), John Martyn (247), Patrick 
Lainge (248), Eobt. Wallas (249), Tho. Eeade (250), 
Edward Hunter (251), Barthru Greeiihead (252), Eobt. 
Barras (253), John Younge (254), Thomas Pattison (255), 
Guy 'Dauison (256), Antlio. Bell (257), Edward Bell (258), 
John Woode (259), Eichard Dickson (260), Edmoml Dickson 
(261), John Mathew (262), Eobt. Gibson (263), Antho. 
Aringtoii (264), Antho. Andrewe (265), John Carr, (266), 
Einge Dauison (267), Marke Forst (268), Stephen Dodds 
(269), Alexr. Chaiiie (270), Eobt. Hall (271), Eoger Eeasley 
(272), Thomas Oliuer (273), Symond Thompso (274), 
Geo. Stokoe (275), Eichard Tailor (276), Willm. Cockson 
(277), Edward Trumble (278), Hugh Walker (279), Robt. 
Woode, sen. (280), Eobt, Woode, jun. (281), Geo. Anderson 
(282), Eobt, Killminney (283), Ralph Jackson (284), Willm. 
Learman (285), Willm. Doores (286), Willm. W^atson (287), 
Edmond Watson (288), John Heron (289), Eobt. Marshall 
(290), James Smyth (291), Eobt. Watson (292), Eobt. 
Johnson (293), Henry Lambe (294), Geo. Doores (295), 
Marke Jackson (296),^ Robt. Greene (297), Cuthbt. Lambe 
(298), Eichard Dunn (299), Marke Warde (300), Mychaell 
Atkinson (301), Stephen Lambe (302), John Thew* (303), 
James Hunter (304), Thomas Pearson (305), James Laidler 
(306), Eichard Harle (307), Eichard Slegg (308), Eichard 



43 

Harrison (309), Eobt. Potts (310), Tlio. Atkinson, juii. 
(311), Gawyn Richardson (312), Thomas Eande (313), 
Christopher Tailor (314), Willm. Lawson (315), John 
Younge (316), Mychaell Younge (317), Thomas Pearson 
(318), Willm. Brenston (319), Christopher Leachman (320), 
Willm. Jackson (321), Peter Smarte (322), Thomas Smarte 
(323), Thomas Brunton, sen. (324), Thomas Brunt on, jun. 
(325), Tho. Orpith (326), Edward Hunter (327), Luke 
Humble (328), Marmaduke Eey (329), John Jackson 
(330), John Taite (331), Tho, Harle (332), James 
Smyth (333), Geo. Browne (334), Eobt. Browne (335), 
Eicha. Stephenson (336), John Hall (337), Thomas 
Pearson (338), Mychaell Crawfoorth (339), Tho. Wallas 
(340), Geo. Dag-lease (341), Edward Nesome (342), 
Thomas Weland (343), Edward Habbe (344), John 
Dawson (345), Geo. Hunter (346), Henry Towarde (347), 
John Dauison (348), John Johnson (349), Eobt. Westland 
(350), Tho. Hodgshon (351), John Grannte (352), Tho. 
Fothringhain (353), Willm. Maxwell (354), Alexaiidr. 
Hey (355), John Frissle (356), Lanclot Walker (357), 
Eobert Hall (358), Martyn Carr (359), Alexaiidr. Wilkin- 
son (360), Tho. Younger (361), Eo-bt. Bigland (362), Charles 
Bother forth (363), Edward Sotheran (364), Cuthbt, Eeed- 
lame (365), Eobt. Adamson (366), Roger Joyse (367), 
Phillip Thirlway (368), Edward Eande (369), Thomas 
Browne (370), John Harton (371). Signed: Thomas 
Wanles 8 , Minister of, Shilds, Patrick Watt 9 , the Lecturer 
tlier, Bichard Newton, John Smart, George Winterborne, 
Edward Hunter, Eichard Brabiiier, Constable and 
Ouseer, William Starbuck, Cunstalll. 

Edward Blithman 10 (371), Geo. Harle (37.2), Eobt, 
Anderson (373), Gilbt. Middleton (374), Eobt, Wallas 
(375), Willm. Chapman, jun. (376), Edward Wallas 
(377), Willm. Wheatley (378), Isaack Hunter (379), Geo, 
Wallas (380), Geo. Eeadhead (381), Willm. Blaclock 
(382), Eobt, Grey (383), Eaiph Curtase (384), Cuthbt. Carr 
(385), George Harle (386), Willm. Pearson (387), Edward 

8 Presented 15 Nov., 1637, on the death of George Carr (son of 
Edward Wandles), Alderman of Durham, Minor Canon of Durham 
Cathedral, and Master of the Song School on the Palace Green. He 
was generally called Cavalier Wandles, having been sequestered and cast 
into prison for his loyalty : from Shields he was carried prisoner to 
Hull, where he was released from gaol, but continued to reside there 
and never returned to Durham. Died circa 1653, Randal, cf. Arch. 
Ael., 3rd Series, vii, 1-28. 

" He was buried 28 Mch., 1664, his wife was buried 7 May, 1658, see 
Arch. Ael., 3rd Series, vii, 1-28. 



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Blithman 10 (388), Willm. Blithman 11 (389), John Wilkin- 
son (390), John Sothraii (391), George Welans (392), John 
Johnson, elder (393), John Brotherstoii (394), Eaiphe 
Noble (395), Robt, Huntley (396), Edward Trumble (397), 
John Johnson, jun. (398),' Beynold Brown (399), Thomas 
Bell (400). Willm. Newton (401), Willm. Hutcheson. (402), 
John Barker (403), Tho. Story (404), John Readhead 
6405), Cuthbt. Charlton (406), Edward Blithman (407) r 
Eowiaiid Sothraii (408), Richard Eeadhead, sen. (409), 
Rich. Eeadhead, jun. (410), Eobt, Eeadhead (411), Geo. 
Robinson, (412), John Mann (413), R,aiph Bell (414), 
Anthoni Charlton (415), James Browne (416), Willm. 
Chambers (417), Willm. Trumble (418), Richard Stuckey 
(419), Willm. W T rey (420), John Hall (421), John 
Golightly (422), Thomas Atkinson, sen. (423), Eobt. 
Parke (424), Lewis Anderson (425). 

Written across the top of columns 5 and 6 is : Noe 
papists wthin this Chapplery nor non refuseth to take the 
protestacon. 

TANFIELD.* 

(Written in three columns upon the first page only of a 
sheet of foolscap.) (D.M.17.). 

TANFEILD. 

The Names that takes the protestacon, Febr. 24, 1641. 

Richard Harrison, Thomas shaftoo 12 , John Blaxton, 
John Laborne, John Thompson, John Laborn, jun., W'illia 
Eicharson, Cuthbart Eeed, Henry Eamsho, Georg Emer- 
son, Henry Eward, Thomas Eobison, John grinwell, 
William Bell, John wellton, Eaiph whelton, georg 
harrison, John wray 13 , John Eead, Richard Chuchas, 
Eobert foster, John hedley, William Bowrner, Eaiph 
Simson, William Eaiiie, John hopper, John volantine, 
georg usher, Thomas forman, Francis wray, Nicholas 
wray, Nicholas dods, Gerrot adamson, william horde, 
Thomas Joblin, Eobert Joblin, 'Mathew bell, Jbhn 
Eobinsoii, william Richardson, William wheldon, Eobert 

10 1617/18, Feb. 3, Edward Blithman and Marie Chamber, married, 
Whitburn Begs. 1657, Oct. 26, Edward Blythman, junior, and Elliner 
Kind married, St. Hild's, South Shields Regs. 

11 For account of Blythman family, see Arch. Ael., New Series, 
xxii, 29. 

12 See pedigree of Shaftoe, Surtees, Durham ii, 221 

13 See pedigree of Wray, Surtees, Durham ii, 226. 

* For an account of the chapelry of Tanfield, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 219. 



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Poster, Willia Lame, James Laing, Bartra Starford, Ralph 
Hewerth, Robert Hopper, Nicholas Jobline, Nicholas 
galilie, Leiiard Reade, William Stobs, george hurde, Samuell 
Hancock 14 , William Hancock 14 , Samuell Hancock, yonger, 
Michaill Angwas, John Tweddell, Cuthbert Sot her en, 
Ribert Burrell, Willia Haddock, Christopher Hornesby, 
Willia stobes, georg Lawes, matEew Rot her forth, willia 
Dune, Robert miles, willia Robinson, Thomas Hornesbey, 
Clement Browne, John Ewerth, Michaell Hopper, Robert 
Hodg-shon, Willia wheatleye, Robert Caree, John Hopper, 
Richard Partas, michaell Burrell, willia Burrell, Richard 
Hodg-shon, Stephen Sotheron, Cuthbart Peareson, James 
Blarton, Ralph Marley. Robert Raise, Edward Jobline, 
Willia Jobliii (sum total 85), Willia Ho-dgshon, Robert 
Harrison, Tho. Wraye 15 (88). 

The Names of those wch haith not taken the protestacon. 

Albart Hodgshon 16 , Willia Wilkinson, Michaell Com- 
myne, John Wharton, Thomas Peareson, Richard Atchis- 
son, George Jobline, Willia Johnson, James Shaftooe, 
Thomas Wraye, Christopher Wray, Christopher Barnes, 
Hewhe Barroes, Milles Smyth, Robert Walker, Thomas 
solbye, George Kell, Thomas Bell, Thomas Lawes, Richard 
Blaccat, John Shaftoe, Willia Shaftoo, Thomas Dawson, 
Francis Poison, John ferbrigge (25*). Signed. Minister: 
Alexander Lumpson 17 , Constable : Tho. tweddell, 
Constable and 18 overseer poor : John stobles, Cliurwarden, 
overseer of the poor : James Blarton. 



WASHINGTON.! 

(Written in three columns upon a single large quarto 
sheet and endorsed on back " Washington parish 112 besides 
Officers, men and women refuseing to take the protestation 
Small.") (D.M.18.). 

14 For pedigree of Hancock of Fryerside, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 234. 

15 See pedigree of Wray of Beamish, Surtees, Durham, vol ii, p. 
^26. 

10 Of Lintz, 'ffent.. will dated 7 May, 1666, ob. 1669, mar. Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Robert Millot of Whitehill, Esq., see pedigree of Hodgson 
of Hebburn, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii,.p. 77. 

17 The name dees not appear in the list of incumbents, given in 
Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 222. 

18 The word " Church " is written above the word " and " in MS. 
*"24" struck out in MS. 

t For an account of the parish of Washington, see Surtees, Durham. 
-vol. ii, p. 40. 



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Mr. Robert Carre 19 , Mr. William Shaftoe, Thomas Hilto, 
Christophor Jackson, Richard Mathew, John Foster, jun., 
Thomas Thompson, Will. Stoddart, Richard Banckes, 
Henry Cuthbert, Robert C'atcheside, Roger Harper, Robert 
Sharper, John Hall, jun., Constable Steuenson, Raph Hull, 
Thomas Farbridge, George Harle, Will. Watson, John 
Sheerewood, Cuthbert Smith, Thomas Epie, Thomas Todd, 
sen., Rich. Robinso, John H*oppe<r, Tho. Goleson, Rob. 
Todd, John Heardma, John Browne, Will. Awde, John 
Todd, Robert Catch-eside, jun., Robert Bell, Rich. Far- 
bridge, Willia S'ewell, John Ohesbrougii, John Maund, 
Thomas Todd, jun., Richard Bell, Thomas Coate, John 
Hall, jun., Robert Robinson, Thomas Robinson, Will. 
Robinson, Tho. Wallies Robert Hinderson, Marke Hinder- 
so, John Hinderson, Raph Hilton, Richard Sparrow, 
Robert Greene, Thomas Denno, George Craggs, Thomas 
Cra,ggs, Thomas Atkinson, Thomas Stell, Thomas Foster, 
Thomas Sparrow, Raph Bracke, Robert Wilson, Richard 
Craggs, John Cooke, John Clerke, Thomas Davie, Thomas 
Burwell, John W T illson, John Bouth, Bryan Vertus, Richard 
Dixo, John Twentieman, Will. Sparrow, John Sparrow, 
John Scurf eild, Martin Wake, Martin Lodge, Robert Wake, 
John Newlands, Thomas Newlaiids, Leonards Foster, Will. 
Brough, John Stell, John Rippoii, Simo Crofton, Will. 
Adamson, John Croane, Will. Rutter, James Robson, 
Andrew Wilson, John Hall, sen., Will. Davie, John 
Foster 20 , Cuthbert Pearson, Mathew Foggett, Tho. 
Foggett, John Bowmer, John Newlands, sen., Thomas 
Dixon, Thomas Bell, Lancelott Elcott, Edward Wallice, 
John Rutter, Willia Todd, John Foster, med., Raph Reed, 
Anthonie Shakelocke, Thomas Rippo, John Sharpe, 
James Pearson, GeoTge Oliuer, Christopher GifPerson, 
Raph Rand, John Todd. Signed. Minister: Christophor 
Thompson 1 , CJiurchwarde : Henry Hunter, CostaUe : 
John Huetson, Ouerseer : Thomas Cooke, Constable : 
Robart White, Overseer: George Cuthbert, CJiurchward : 
Raphe Robinson. 

The names of those (of the said parish) who refuse to 
take the same protestation, &c. 

William Robson of Barmston 2 , Mary Robson his wife, 

19 Buried at Washington, 15 Dec., 1669, his widow Jane, was buried 
there 23 Feb., 1684/5. 

20 There is a hole in MS. following this name with top of letter 
" s " showing. 

1 He may have been curate, for no such name occurs in the list of 
rectors, given in Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 44. 

- 1603/4, Feb. 26, William Robson and Maria Snawdaw, mar. 
Washington Regs. 



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John Cuthbert of Great Usworth 3 , Margrett Cuthbert his 
wii'e, Antonie Todd, Richard Blith, Mrs. Fortune Horsley 
of North Biddicke 4 , Marye Pearson the wife of James Pear- 
son of Washington. 

WHICKHAM* 

(Written upon one side only of each leaf, with the 
exception of the first two which are blank, in a narrow folio 
book of 30 leaves.) (D.M.19 1 .). 

The County of Durhm, and parish of Whickham. The 
names that hath taken the protestation the 20th Day of 
february, 1641 : 

[The names in. this document have uniformly a colon 
between the Christian and surnames.] 

Francis Middleton 5 , gentleman, John Lyle 6 , gentleman, 
William Hedworth 7 , gentleman, Hugh Cheisbrough, Jolin 
'Mainer, James Tindell, John Stoker, Richard Harrison, 
Thomas Bownier, Anthony Whiteloeke, Roger Stoker, 
George Mylles, Thomas Marlay, Anthony Gibsonn, 
Nichollas Braidley, Henry Collinwoode, Robert Hardinge' 8 , 
gentleman, Raph Hardinge 9 , gentleman, Christopher 
Watson, William Story, Raph Waddye, Willm. Burnhall, 
Dandy Jobsonn, Raph Hedworth 10 , gentleman, Christopher 

J 1667, Nov. 10, Johes Cuthbert of Magna Usworth, bur. Wash- 
ington Regs. 

4 Fortune, sister and heir of Robert Carr of North Biddick is stated 
to have married James Davison, see Surtees, Durham, ii, p. 48. 

5 Second son of George Middleton of Silksworth, by his wife 
Elizabeth, dau. of Christopher Wharton of Offerton, bapt. at Bishop- 
wearmouth, 27 Nov., 1608, mar. at St. Giles', Durham, 13 July, 1630, 
Joan, dau. of Edward Rowe of South Shields, bur. at Houghton-le- 
Spring, 10 Sept., 1673, see pedigree of Middleton of Offerton, Surtees, 
History of Durham i, 245. 

6 1679/80, Jan. 5, John Lisle bur. Whickham Regs. 

7 Son of John Hedworth, bapt. at Ryton, 5 Dec., 1596, bur. there 
18 Apl., 1676. 

8 Son of John Harding of Whickham, by his wife Elizabeth 
Robson, bapt. 12 Feb., 1587/8, married Alice dau. of Cuthbert Wheatley 
of Kibblesworth, buried 23 Apl., 1675, aged 88, leaving issue four sons 
and two daughters. See pedigree of Harding, Surtees, Durham ii, p. 
252. 

9 Ralph Harding son of above, bapt. 8 Apl., 1618, buried 10 Feb., 
1683/4. 

10 1642, Dec. 6, Mrs. Hedworth wife of Mr. Ralph Hedworth, 
buried; 1648, Aug 3, Elinor, dau. of Mr. Ralph Hedworth, buried. See 
pedigree of Hedworth, Surtees, Durham ii, p. 237. 

* For an account of the parish of Whickham, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 237. 



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Hedworth 11 , gentleman, James Claueringe 12 , gentleman, 
Richard Ilee, Francis Bertt, Francis Graye, George Thomp- 
son, Henry Thompson, George Cuthbert, Robt. Staiggs, 
Robt. Sanders, Willm. Urpeth, Thomas Foster, Willm. 
Maddeson, Thomas S'curfeild, Jesper Millburne, Daniell 
Ellett, Willm. Howson, Willm. Fisher, Christopher Bell, 
John Gibson, Thomas Belly, Richard Hornsbee, Richard 
Jackson, George Beckfeild, John Beckfeild, Thomas 
Loire nee, gentleman, John Grin well, William Lowraine 13 , 
gentleman, George Can' 14 , getm., Thomas Maria y, Henry* 
Winshopp, George Winshopp, Thomas Laidler, John 
Forrest, Thomas Kirkas, John Browne, Thomas Browne, 
Richard Browne, Thomas, Jefferson, Edward Trumle, 
Christopher Lee, John Lee, Thomas Dawson, George Sawer, 
Richard Hunter, Thomas Dobsonn, Nichollas Dobsonn, 
Willm. Crooke, Robt. Crooke, Edward Thompson, 
Willm. Blaxtonn, Willm. Wheatlay, Nichollas Wheatlay, 
Lyonell Harrison 15 , gentleman, James Robinson, John 
Stobb, Raph Parmelay, Richard Foster, Anthony 
Blaxton, Ambrose Simpson, John Hall, Willm. Jackson, 
Christopher Maddeson, Willm. Maddeson, Roger 
Maddeson, Thomas Moore, Guy Rob son, Jerry Robson, 
Raph Bainbridge, Willm. Trumle, Archbold Whit- 
feild, Willm. Purdye, Thomas Robson, Samuell White- 
head, George Emmrson, Cuthbert Gibson, Christopher 
Whitfeild, Willm. JDonneson, Edward Bowman, John 
Rutlish, Thomas Whitfeild, Mathew Carr, Robt. Whitfeild, 
John Longkester, John Laburne, James Laburne, George 
Dunn, John Harbotle, Edward Maddeson, Willm. Burne, 
Thomas Blnkell, Willm. Wallas, Thomas Wallas, Christo- 
pher Arnott, Willm. Watsonn, Mathew Dickeson, AVillm. 
Wightman, John Maddeson, Cuthbert Awde, Willm. 
Parmelay, Roger Parmelay, Henry Willson, Thomas Relfe, 
George Errington, Heniy Trumle, Mathew Dent. Steuen 
Story, Raph Nevall, Robt. Baittye, Willm. Daltonn, 

11 1648, Apl. 18, Mr. Christopher Hedworth buried. Whickham 
Regs. 

12 James Clavering, bapt. 3 Feb., 1618/19 of Axwell, created a 
Baronet, 5 June, 1661, bur. 24 Mch., 1701/2 at Whickham, ae^ed 82, 
he married Jane, dau. and heir of Charles Maddison of Saltwellside at 
St. Nicholas, Newcastle, 23 Apl., 1640, she was buried 1 July, 1688 at 
Whickham, he had nine sons and four daughters. 

See pedigree of Clavering, Surtees, Durham ii, p. 248. 

13 1642, June 1, Mr. William Lorrance buried. Whickham Regs. 

14 This appears to be Carr's own signature. 

15 1645, Aug. 24, Mr. Lionell Harrison of Biermoore, depted. to the 
mercy of God the 23rd of Aug., and buryed here. Whickham Regs. 
See Surtees, Durham, ii, p. 257. 



49 

George Jacksonn, Willm. Frayme, Mathew Richardson, 
llobt. Brantinggam, Willm. Sureties, Water Trumle, Raph 
Natresse, Robt. Thirlway, Hugh Heslopp, John Whetston, 
Willm. Bainhridge, Thomas Brod, Richard Thompson, 
William Postlett, Henry Spencer, Christopher Rodes, 
Martin Pickeringe, Thomas Drewatt, Robt. Burd, Thomas 
Lawes, Anthony Grundyei, Robt. Rob son, James Raw, 
Richard Robinson, William Atkinson, William Willis, 
Robt. Purdye, Robt. Moore, George Moore, John Humle, 
Robt. Lorrence, John Whitelawes, John Crawforth, Thomas 
Daglish, Raph Bedlington, Archbolde Graime, Thomas 
Mirreman, William Chester, William Browne, George 
Elfinton, John Baker, Robt. Boyde, Robt. Emmrson, John 
Mathew, John Whelton, Robt. Lawes, Richard Simpson, 
Rowland Simpson, Dauid Johnson, Willm. Natresse, 
George Whelton, Thomas Natresse, Thomas Gillson, 
Richard Charleton, John Rutter, Thomas Fawdon, George 
Crawforth, Robt. Jackson, Willm. Spoure, Robt. Whelton, 
Richard Home, John Sotheringe, Robt. Storye, John 
Sa,nderson, Robt. Leish, Georgei Haiteley, James Gordan, 
George Nealson, James Baines, Christopher Thompson, 
Richard Jackson, Thomas Peart, Arthur Willsonn, 
Nichollas Pennye, Thomas Dickeson, Lyonell Maddeson, 
John Bainbridge, John Maddeso-n, Robt. Blaicklocke, Robt. 
Ellett, Edward younger, Thomas Awde, Thomas Wood- 
burne, Thomas Fraime, Leonard Gilchrist, Thomas 
Thompson, John Maysonn, Thomas Sheuill, Henry Nixson, 
Anthony Hewetson, John Sanders, James Lawes, Robt. 
Marlay, George Watson, Willm. Hotchson, John Wren, 
John Chapeman, George Waters, George Robinson, Willm. 
Brantinggiam, Thomas Brantinggam, Richard Jacksonn, 
^George Orton, Ja,mes Wallas, Anthony Waltonn, Samuel 
Raw, Willm. Lumsden, Robt. Lowther, Cfutbeii ; Shaw, 
Anthony Dobson, Willm. Harbotle, James Faille, Raiph 
Faille, Willm. Newbye, Anthony Wilkinson, George 
Atkinson, John Kirsopp, Michaell Pescod, Michaell Daui- 
son, Willm. Furnas, John Linlay, John Ward, John 
Parker, Robt. Robinson, Christopher Jackson, John 
Jackson, George Richardson, Leonard Breers, Richard Bell, 
Thomas Errington, John Dalton, Thomas White, R'ichard 
Damson, John Mallaburne, Thomas Roddum, Anthony 
Mallaburne, George Hynemars, Raph Dalton, Thomas 
Dalton, Anthony Dalton, Nichollas Dalton, Lyonell Dod, 
John Clenn, Willm. Clenn, John Natresse, Robt. Crozer, 
Michaell Thompson, Christopher Sanders, Christopher 
Barras, John Gowdye, Richard Dobby, Robt. Yo>ung. 
Willm. Hall, James' Wilkinson, Gabrell Hall, Nichollas 
Harrison, Roger Harrison, James Harrison, Robt. Newbye, 



50 

Eobt. Sanders, Arthur Garracke, Willm. Dry don, Henry 
Clarke, Thomas Priiigle, James Morlay, James Lawson, 
Willm. Coatswoth 16 , Clemmt. -Shaftoo 17 , gentleman, John. 
Shaftoo 18 , gentleman, Henry Wkelton, Thomas Harrison, 
Henry Hoope, Thomas Watson, James Harrison, Uzwould 
Milbume, Robt. Strange, Clemmt. Chapenian, John 
Bro'iigh, Thomas Brough, Cuthbert Browne, Robt. Crozer, 
Henry Thompson, George Carrier, Anthony Garner, Richard 
Benwell, Henry Harrison, Reignald Walton, Thomas 
Walton, Lyonell Stokay, John Anderson, Nichollas Himam, 
Raph Cuthbert, Henry Newstead, Raph Dobson, Willm. 
Hotchson, 'Michaell Huggeson, John Richardson, Roger 
Iley, Thomas Gibbins, Raph Bainbridge, Willm. Jobson, 
Anthony Hotchson, Marke Watson, John Denton, Robt. 
Lawson, Michaell Willsonn, Richard Jackson, Robt. 
Richardson, Thomas Thompson, George Precious, Thomas 
Kent, James Young, elder, James Young, ye younger, Peter 
Blenkesopp, William Ellett, Dandy e Pringle, John 
Richarson, Willm. Blenkesopp, ye elder, William 
Blenkesop, ye yonnger, James Crozer, George Blenkesopp, 
William Fawside, Thomas Lyghtoii, ye elder, John 
Wilkinson, Mathew Mirreman, John Dagleish, Jolin 
Lowdon, ye elder, John Lowdon, ye younger, James Renne- 
son, George Kennette, Nichollas Black. Peter Black, 
Thomas Lyghtoii, ye younger, Bewis Copperwoth, Thomas 
Blaicklo'cke, Willm. Luckye, Raph Kennette, Thomas 
Heauieside, James Clarke, Willm. Thompson, Thomas Ogle, 
James Mow, Andrew Hall, William Hutcheson, John 
Greene, William Watson, ye elder, Thomas Jackson, Robt. 
Harrison, John Johnson, Clemmt Nixon, Henry Hotch- 
son 19 , .gentleman, Rap-h Marlay, Robt. Crozer, Martin 
Ellett, Willm. Watson, ye younger, John Purvas, John 
Skirlin, Alexander Browne, Thomas Nixon, Henry Waters, 
Steuen Morray, Andrew, Armestrong, Andrew Dagleish, 
Willm. Wiggam, Willm. Bell, Richard Hardye, Willm. 
Barras, Parceuell Barras, Thomas Raisbeck, James Hart- 
graiues, John Steward, John Nixon, John Buckles, 
William Preston, William Buck, John Hobkirke, Henry 
Nixon, Charles Nixon, John Emmrson, Thomas Emmrson, 
Arthur Emmrson, Gilbart Stout, Thomas Robinson, Thomas 

16 See pedigree of Cotesworth, new History of Northumberland, vol. 
iv, p. 145. 

17 Son of William Shafto by his wife Isabel Hedworth, bapt. 25 Feb., 
1612/13, buried 29 Dec., 1659. Whickham Regs. 

18 Bapt. 30 Dec., 1616, heir by will to his brother William, 1641. 
See pedigree of Shafto, Surtees, Durham, \i, p. 246. 

19 1656/7, Feb. 8, Mr. Henry Hodgson buried. Whickham Regs. 
For notes of the family of Hodgson of Whickham, see S'urtees, Durham, 
ii, p. 241. 



51 

Mathew, Thomas Williamson, Eicliard Abbatt, John Cozens, 
Mat-hew Errington, Thomas Robinson, Richard Kirtton, 
Anthony Barras, John Leish, Andrew Whitelawes, Robt. 
Pringle, Thomas Backster, James Almond, Thomas Reasley, 
John Nixon, Thomas Gibson, John Chapemaii, John Mil- 
burne, Thomas Chapeman, John Backster, Rowland Selbye, 
Anthony Robson, John Robinson, John Thompson, Phillipp 
Faire, Charles Dixon, John Paidge, George Carr, Willm. 
Carr, Andrew Groan, Willm. Dawson, Thomas Dawson, 
Peter Maittes, James Ellett, Mathew Damson, John Smith, 
Thomas Willson, Anthony Wilkinson, Willm. Jackson, 
Willm. Middleton, George Newbye, ITzwould Wardhaugh, 
Andrew Currye, John Garner, John Dentt, Henry Renwell, 
Martin Ewens, George Liddell, George Lewens, Simon d 
Wakefeild, Roger Morlay, Mathew Newbye, Robt. Blenke- 
sopp, John Willson, ye elder, John Willson, ye younger, 
John Freind, Anthony Walton, Edward Newbye, Roger 
Reasley, Willm. Carr, George Mallaburne, Richard Dob- 
son, John Atkinson, John Henderson, Thomas Smorfoot, 
Thomas Spoure, Simond Ellett, Cuthbert Rumfoote, Cuth- 
bert Moffett, John Carracke, Raph Temple, Peter Walker, 
Thomas Currye, Willm. Lowson, Richard Carracke, John, 
Pattesoii, Raph Robson, Raph Dauison, John Currye, 
Henry Patteson, elder, Henry Pattesoii, ye younger, John, 
Je-nnin, Richard Farrow, John Walker, Archbold Wight- 
man, Thomas S'cott, Samuell Whitelawes, Robt. Hopper, 
Richard Clugh, Edward Mallaburne, Willm. Mallaburne, 
Raph Brough, John Rotherforth, George Barker, gentle- 
man, Willm. Olarkson, George Patteson, George Hindmars, 
Robt. Cocker, Mathew Iveenleside, George Pescod, George 
Harrison, Richard Selbye, Mathew Farrow, Luke Clugh, 
Henry Usher. John Dagleish, Willm. Shaftoof , gentle- 
man, Michael! Fenwicke, Robt. Mallaburne, Willm. Mid- 
forth, George Rother forth, Richard Coxson, John Coxson, 
Anthony Bainbridge, Raph Graye, Steuen Bainbridge, 
George Dagleish, Thomas Coulson, John Armestronge, 
Daniel! Moscropp, George Hearon, John Thompson, John 
Reignaldson, John Carruddas, James Pottes, Richard 
Dagleish', John Dixson, Thomas Wigham, Thomas Simp- 
sonn, John Moffett, Willm. Bellamy e, Nichollas Whelton, 
Cuthbert Hutton, James Harryson, Willm. Harrison, Robt. 
Hinemars, Christopher Gillarye, Allexander Horseley, 
Robt. Harryson, John Stobbs, John Gillarye, Willm. 
S wall well, Willm. Elleson, Thomas Hyiidmars, George 
Bonner, Miles Walker, John Taylior, Willm. Hyndemars, 

20 Bapt. 10 Feb., 1606; died seized of a fourth part of the Manor of 
Swalwell, bur. 20 Nov., 1641, leaving his brother John Shafto heir by 
will. 



52 

Raph Scott, Thomas Johnson, George Bainbridge, John 
Waters Anthony Liddell, Robt. Wiiiterbottom, Thomas 
Squire, Raph Nichollson, Christopher Lawson, Thomas 
Goalie, Robt. Wilkinson, Mathew Moffot, John Goalie, 
Mar"tin Bainbridge, John Maddeson, John Newbye, Thomas 
Fisher, Simond Gaire, Willm. Gaire, Thomas Willson, 
Jeffray Morras, Henry Bell, George Morras, Gabrell Rice, 
ye elder, Gabrell Rice, ye younger, Willm. Browne, George 
Busse, John Chatt, Thomas Wanles, Gawen Muddye, Raph 
Bullock, Archbold Roddum, Richard Mathew, Thomas 
Liddell, Richard Dauison, Christopher Newbye, Richard 
Newbye Henry Newbye, Raph Dauison, John Walker, 
Dauid Williamson, George Deanus, John Edger, Anthony 
Hayler, Thomas Waid, Raph Scurf eild, Mathew Stoker, 
John Graime, Henry Todd, Willm. Pearson, Thomas 
Roose, Leonard Smailes, Thomas Rotherforth, George- 
Willsonn, Thomas Craggs, John Pertus, Thomas Brackon, 
Thomas Brantinggam, George Brantinggam, John 
Brabbon, Clithbert Story e, Robt. Adamson, Willm. 
Wood, John Mathew, Francis Dod, John Dod, Daniell 
Gre'zon, Randall Yarrow, Robt. Dixson, Thomas Carr, 
John Hall, George Alleson, George Liddell, Thomas Bradee, 
Thomas Hogg, John Younger, Brian Brummell, Allexander 
Thompson, Alexander Thompson, yooinger, Simond Robson, 
Robt, Liddell, Gawen Dodd, Robt. Dodd. George Dodd, 
Cuthbert Liddell, George Simpson, Edward Simson, George 
Tindall, Eckee Clarke, Richard Brunto'n, Edward Read, 
Cuthbert Atkinson, Andrew Read, Nichollas Porter, Mark 
Newton, Robt. Swinnay, John Gillpin, Michaell Byers, 
Robt. Byers, Henry Byers, Willm. Coale, Christopher 
Dawson, Willm. Dauison, Raph Hadricke, Willm. Stoker, 
Robt. Middlemus, James Barlay, Thomas Pattesooi, Willm. 
La Cock, Thomas Newan, John Hedley, William Newan, 
Andrew Hogg, Raph Newam,, Peter, Coopeland, Robt. Hewet- 
son, Cuthbert Fenwicke, Willm. Archer, Arthur Newell, 
Richard Bell, Thomas Bell, John Dennin, Roger Fraime, 
Robt. Maddeson, Eckee Carnabye, Robt. Kagell, Mathew 
Marwood, Willm. Dorman, Robt. Tarrell, Willm. Hackwood, 
John Cant, Willm. Kagell, Anthony Chapeman, Thomas 
Chapeman, Willm. Newton, John Wilkinson, Thomas 
Lowes, George Smith, Henry Jobson, Willm. Dodds, 
Bartram Richardson, Henry Wilkinson, William Jackson, 
John Anderson, Thomas Taillor, John Stobbs, James 
Moore, Raph Dauison, Thomas Watson, Raph Stobbs, 
William Laytton, John Watson, Rowland Barlay, Tobye 
Hutcheson, Edward Hutcheson, John Browne, Richard 
Fell, Roger Howburne, Robt. Archer, John Hoomes, Raph 
Crighton, Raph Hewetson, John Richardson, Thomas 



53 

Spoure, Rowland Head, John Head, Tresty Fenwick, John 
Stobbs, Brian Stobs, Richard Summerside, John Crooke- 
burne, William Summerside, John Stoker, George Greene, 
Thomas Smith, Steuen Parker, Edward Maxwell, Willm. 
Maxwell, John Maysonn, Thomas Trotter, Cuthbert Parker, 
Edward Dauisoii, Christopher Fowtropp, Cuthbert Maxwell, 
Thomas Clarke, John Richardson, Peter Pearson, Thomas 
Dunn, John Hedworth 1 , gentleman, John Taillor, 'Michaell 
Dodds, Ro-bt. Stobs, Robt. Thompson, James Robson, James 
Simpson, John Simpson, George Smith, William Maughen. 
Edward Maxwell, Thomas Simpson. 

A note of those names that hath not taken the protesta- 
tion, within the parish of Whickham, and win in ye 
County of Durham, 1641. 

Raph Blaxton 2 , gentleman, Robt. Darnall, William 
Jenneson 3 , gentleman, Thomas Liddell 4 , gentleman, Steuen 
Mills, John High, John Stoker, William Smith. 

Signed Witnesses: Minister, Barthol. Pescod 5 , Church- 
wardens : John Mayott, John Sander, Robarte Willsonne, 
John Dagleash, Constables : Willm. Carre, Mat-hew Carr, 
Robt. Appelbe, Edward JSTewby, Overseer : Richard Jackson, 
George Luinley. 



WHITBURN.* 

(Written upon two half-sheets of foolscap folded and 
stitched down the middle to form four narrow folio leaves.) 
(D.M.20.). 

Wee the Eector, Curate, Church wardens, Constables and 
Overseers of the parish of Whitburne in the County Palatine 
of Durham doe by these presents Testifie, that not onely we 
our seines, but all those whose names we haue here giuen 
in, being inhabitants in our parish haue on the Lord's day 
beeing february 20, 1641, and on the mnday Tusday, 
Wedensday and Thursday next following willingly taken 

1 1642, Apl., 6,, Mr. John Hedworth buried. Whickham Regs. 

2 See pedigree of Blakiston of Gibside, Surtees, Durham, ii, p. 255. 
Born 1589, son of Sir William Blakiston of Gibside, created a Baronet 
30 July, 1642, married firstly, Frances, dau. of Sir Charles Wren of 
Binchester, and secondly, Margaret, dau. of Sir William Fen wick of 
Wallington; bur. 20 Jan., 1650/1, at Whickham. 

3 1645 '6, Mch. 12, Mr. Win. Jenneson bur. Whickham Regs. For 
pedigree of Jenison, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 320. 

4 Bapt. at Lamesly 16 June, 1612, buried at Whickham 15 Oct., 
1652. 

5 1654, Apl. 26, Bartholomew Pescod bur. Whickham Regs. He 
was curate to (seemingly) an absentee rector. 

*For an account of the parish of Whitburn, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 50. 



the protestation Contended unto us by the Honorable house 
of Coinons: And wee know of none in our parish that 
hath Refused it. And to these prsents we sett our hands. 

february the 25 day, 1641. 

Signed. Rector: Tho. Triplett 6 , Curate: William 
Tliomiingson 7 , Constables : Cuthbert Bainbricke & Williame 
younge, Churchwardens : Will. Roxbye & Anthony e 
younger, Overseers : GeOTge wake and Richard wright. 

In a different handwriting. Xone Certified to Refuse. 
Page 2 is blank. 

The 20 of February, 1641. 

Cuthbert Bainbricke, John Lettiny, sen., William 
Heton, Christopher waiters, Phillip Hall, James Jackson, 
Thomas Lettiny, John Roxby, George young, John 
Taylor, James Gibons, William Bell, Richard watson, 
williarn watson, Richard Jefferson, Thomas Preston, 
John younger, Ewins Readhead, Thomas maxwell, Cuthbart 
maxwell, William Anderson, Thomas wright, sen., Thomas 
wright, jun., John wright, Thomas farrow, John wigham, 
John Gowland, William Gowland, Cuthbart Bell, Thomas 
Thirlbeck, Thomas Hall, William Atkinson, John Cuthbart, 
Cuthbart Hutehinson, John Stell, Thomas Chambers, Robart 
Chambers, Michaell Bainbrigg, William Roxby, Christo- 
pher Kirkman, Edward Ayre, TEomas Gowland, Roger 
younger, Robart Auder, Michaell Lumley, Thomas 
Anderson, Thomas Hutehinson, Thomas Carre, John Carre, 
John Bell, Richard wright, William Burne, Stephen 
Jefferson, Hew Coock, Thomas young, William Chapman 8 , 
gent., Edmund Cuthbart, Anthony younger, Thomas Lees, 
William Maxwell, Robart Huntley, Samewell Thirlbecke, 
William young, Christopher hall, John hucheson, Thomas 
phillip, John Cowtherd, Roger Chambers, Christopher Stell, 
Martin Gray, Thomas Story, Henry young, Cuthbart 
Allonson, Robart Sharpe, Michaell Ketching, John Lettiny, 
marmaduke Hawerd, Thomas Colson, William Colson, 
Raphe Colson, James 9 Chambers, Henry Coocke, James 

6 Of Christ Church Oxon ; D.D. ; Vicar of Woodhorn, Northumber- 
land, 1630, Rector of Whitburn, 1631, and of Washington, 1640, 
Canon of York, 1641, of Salisbury, 1645 (installed 1660), of Durham, 
1649 (installed 1660), was deprived in "ye time of ye Rebellion" and 
taught in a School at Dublin and Hayes in Middlesex, D.D. by diploma, 
1661; Sub-Dean and Canon of Westminster, 1662, died 18 July, 1670, 
aged 70, buried in Westminster Abbey. 

1 1653/4, Feb. 15, Mr. Will Thomlyson buried. Whitburn Regs. 

8 His first wife Isabel, was bur. 18 Jan., 1641/2. By his second 
wife Jane, he had three daughters, Jane bapt. 18 Mch., 1651, Ann 
bapt. 22 Jan., 1653/4, bur. 14 Apl., 1654, and Margaret bapt. 6 Aug., 
1655. Whitburn Regs. 

9 " Henry " struck out and " James " written beneath in MS. 



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raggs, Thomas Steavenson, Nicolas Parkin, Thomas 
Tompson, Edward Hodgson, John pattison, John Dodds, 
mathew Lattymetr, Robart Anderson, William Garrat, 
Anthony mathew, George mathew, George wake, Thomas 
pigg, Thomas Caverley, mathew Ripan, Eaph pigg, Eichard 
Gowland, Andrew fairnton (101). 

Pages 6 and 7 are blank. 

Page 8 is endorsed: Whittbourne parish 101 besides 
Officers. None refuseinge. 

WITTON GILBERT.* 

(Written upon a quarto shee*t folded. The first leaf is 
endorsed " Witton Gilbert, Com. Dunelm," the second leaf 
contains the names upon one side arranged in two columns 
and the signatures of the parish officers upon the other.) 
(D.M.21.)r 

Witton Gilbert, Comit. Dunel. A Note of such as tooke 
he Protestat assigned by ye Hon. House of Comons. 

Protestantes, Feb. ,20. James Middleton, Jo. Snaith, 
sen., Eobt. Copeland, Eobt. Yeilder, Thomas Eippon, 
Eichd. Walton, Henr. Shepard, Francs. Teasdale, Eobt. 
Miles, Will. Tayler, Thorn. Walker, Jo. Pickering, Thorns. 
Tailor, sen., Thorn. Taylor, jun., Willm. Hodgshon, Miles 
Shepardson, Jo. Watson, Jo. Hopper, James Atkinson, 
Will. French, Christ. Clarke, Jeffrey Walker, Jo. Jackson, 
jun., Jo. Snaith, jun., Nichol. Tailer, Thorn. Snaith, 
Mathew Smith, Stephen Carter. 

Febr. 23 Christ. Eobinson, Henr. Bell, Ea, Harrison, 
Nich. Jopling, Thorn. Dawson, Jo. Wrangham, Thorn. 
Dormant. En. Dormant, Willm. Dormant, Thorn. Dormant, 
Jo. Hodgeshoii, Thorn. Hodgeshon, Jo. Jackson, sen., 
Cuthbt. Jackson, Jo'. Sander. 

Protestant. Henr. Mallam, Jo. Tailer, Will. Shaw, 
Roger Harrison, Thorn. Wrangham, Jo. Eobinson, Geo. 
Eobinson, Willm. Wheatley, Will. Morton, Ea. Eicaby, 
Peter Slater, Jo. Stoddart, Eichd. Elstob, Eaph Robinson, 
Peter Slater, Jo. Stoddart, Eichd. Elstob, Eaph Eobinson, 
Geo. Grinwell, Mich. Pickering. 

Febr. 24. Jo. Mudd, Geo. Pickering, Edw. Holmes, 
Christ. Jackson, Jo. Jackson, med., Will. Mallam, Thorn. 
Fairebarnes, Jo. Mallam sen., Ea. Mallam. Geo. Walton, 
Eobt. Hopper. 

Recusant es. Christ. Hilliard 10 , Sniperley, Jo. Tailer, 
Sniperley ; Jo. Mallam, jun., W.G. ; Jo. Unthanke, Findon 
Hill. 

10 For notes of the Hildyards of Sniperley, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. ii, p. 371. 

* For an account of the parish of Witton Gilbert, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. ii, p. 368. 



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DARLINGTON WARD. 

The returns from this ward contain twenty-two* 
parishes and a list of officials. 

They are classified as " D.N." nos. 1-23. 

The original cover is in the bundle and is endorsed " The 
whole Returne of Darn ton ward in the County of Durham as 
wthin is written." Pinned to the cover is a contemporary 
label apparently cut from an outer cover marked 
" Protestacon's Return, Durham 22 Marty, 1641," and 
also two impressions of a seal bearing the Eden (?) arms, 
three wheats/leaves and crest, an embowed arm in armour, the 
hand holding a dagger. 

Return of Officials. 

("Written on both sides of small sheets of foolscap folded 
and sewn into a narrow pamphlet of 16 pages.) (D.N. 8.). 
Page 1 is endorsed " Darneton warde." 

In Darntoii warde are these seuerall parishes or 
Chappellries : Darnton Parish (1), Haughton Parish (2),, 
Connscliffe Parish (3), Heighington Parish (4), Ayckliff 
Parish (5), Merrington Parish (6), Whitworth Parish (7),, 
Denton Parish (8), Grainford Parish (9), Stanhopp Parish 
(10), Wolshingham Parish (11), Brandspeth Parish (12), St. 
Andrew Auckland Pa, (13), St. Hellin Auckland Chap. (14), 
Witton Chappellrie (15), Escombe Chappell in St. Andrew 
Auckland (16), Hamsteiiey Chapp. (17). Stainthropp parish 
(18), Cockfeild parish (19), Winston parish (20), Whorleton 
Chapp. (21), Barnarcastle Chapp. (22), Middleton 
Parish (23).t 
Comitat Dunelm. 

Auckland, February the 17th, 1641. 

Accordinge to the purporte of a Letter from Mr. Speaker 
of the honorable house of Commons, wee hearewith returne 
the names of all the Ministers, Churchwardens, Constables, 
and Ouerseers for the poore within the seuerall parishes of 
Darnton Ward, beinge one of the fonre Divisions of this 
County, who tooke the Protestacon in our prsence, as also 
who were absent and who refused, together with the returne 
unto us from euery seuerall parish within tHe saide warde 
of all those that did take and who refused to take the 
same. 

* There are twenty-three parishes given below. 

The number here given as twenty-three parishes differs from the 
number given at the commencement of the return, viz : twenty-two, 
this may account for the absence of any protestations for the parish 
of Staindrop. 



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1 Darnton parish Ministers : Mr. Daniel! Carwardine, 
Mr. Ralph Robinson, Constables : Henry Collinge, Oswold 
Fawcett, Edward Hodsho>n, Christofer Rayiie, Anthony 
Deanham, Thomas Goldsbrough, Thomas Corneforth, John 
Wylde, Marmaduke Williamson (ab), ^Churchwardens: 
William Boare, Henry Collinge, Richard Wood, Anthony 
Milner, Ouerseers: Cuthbert Nicholson, Edward Hodshon, 
Thomas Cornforth. 

2 Haug^hton parish Ministers: Dcor. Duncome (ab), 
Nicholas Swinburne, Churchwardens : William Leighe, 
Heugh Simson, Ouerseers : Christofer Dickon, John 
Buttericke, Constables : Bartholomew Marshall, Lawrence 
Stainsby, Volentyne Browne. 

3 Connscliffe parish Minister: Mr. William Richard- 
son, Constables : Richard Bell, Richard Brakenbury 1 , 
Churchwardens : James Stainsby, William Vasie, Ouerseer : 
James Stainsby. 

4 Heighington parish Ministers : Mr. James Moore- 
croft 2 , John Bowes, Constables : Hercules Pickeringe, George 
Emerson, Churchwardens : Cuthbert Smith, John Pariiaby, 
Mathew Shawter, John Harreson, Richard Mawer (ab), 
Ouerseers : John Denam, Edward Alwan, Raphe Bambridge 
(ab). 

5 Ayckliffe parish Minister : George Leake, Constables : 
Robert Pearson, John Lawson, Gerrard Hixon, Robert 
Chambers, Churchwardens : John Clement, William Harre- 
son, William Heighley, Robert Chambers, Ouerseers: 
Thomas Stellinge (ab), John Fewler, Richard Morley, 
Robert Pearsonne. 

6 Merrington Parish Minister : Edward Smathwate, 
Constables: Thomas Hixon, Thomas Hobsoim, James Willie, 
Churchwarden : John Shawe, Ouerseer : John Dowthwayte. 

7 Whitworth Parish Minister : Steuen Hegg, Constable : 
Robert Addamson, Churchwardens : Richard Hopper, Steuen 
Willie, Ouerseers : Bartholemewe Malam (#&), John 
Heuiside. 

8 Deiiton Parish Minister: Robert Fawcett 3 , 
Constables : Richard Sidgwicke, John Deanham, Ref. A 
Papist, Churchwarden & Ouerseer : George Rumf oote. 

9 Gaiiiford Parish Minister : Robert Burrell 4 , 
Constables : John Eden, John Sisson, Francis Shawe, John 

1 See pedigree of Brackenbury, Surtees, Durham iv, 19. 

2 See pedigree of Moorcroft, Surtees, Durham iii, 415. 

3 Buried at Denton, 28 Nov., 1657. 

4 Buried at Gainford, 28 July, 1665. 



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Pailowe (ab), William Ellington (ab), John Trotter, Richard 
Sheele, John Spenser (ab), Richard White, Churchwardens : 
Lanclott Wetherell, Rowland White, William Wordye (ab), 
John Trotter, Ouerseers : Raph Carter, Robert Masham 
(ab), John Trotter, John Swains ton. 

10 Stanhopp Parish Ministers: Mr. Ewre Gower, 
Thomas March, Constables: Rowland Tomson, John Dixon, 
Thomas Morgan, Christofer Dixon, Churchwardens : Robert 
Chapman, John Wright, Christofer Harreson, George 
Harreson (ab), Ouerseers: Cuthbert Collingwood, George 
Wall, Raph Wall, John Bambrigg. 

11 Wolshingham Parish Ministers: Mr. Anthony 
Maxton, George Bell, Constables: John Stobbs, George 
Rennettsonn, William Rawe, John Chapman, Church- 
wardens : Anthony Farrowe, LyonelT Ayre, Anthony Dixon, 
William Crooke (ab), Ouerseers: John Wright, Ingram 
Chapman (ab), William Benson (ab). 

12 Brandspeth Parish Mr. Dcor. Cosins, from home, 
Ministers : Thomas Lee, Nicholas Cockie (ab), Church- 
wardens : Henry Fawclon, John Briggs, Thomas. Grinwell, 
John Bryan, Constables: Marke Liddell, James Hull, 
Thomas Dobinson, John Fletcher, Henry Foster, Anthony 
Jackson, Raph Hull, Thomas Hull, Thomas Richardson, 
Thomas Charleton, Thomas Atkinson, Ouerseers : Nicholas 
Fewster, Bartholemew Marshall, Humfrey Fewster. 

13 St. Andrew Auckland Parish Minister : John Stock- 
dayle, Constables : John White, John Crawe, Robert 
Adamson, Cuthbert Hopper, W T iHiam Jackson, Robert 
Hunter, William Fidler, Michaell Stobbert, Robert 
Adamson, Cuthbert Hopper, William White, Robert White, 
Anthony Lax, John Tomson, Thomas Parkin, Raph Stout, 
Thomas Allonson, Henry Sparke, Thomas Thompson, 
William Fewler, John Wetherell, Nicholas Gilpin, Church- 
wardens : George Nelsonne, William W r right, Raph Shorte, 
Robert Clayton, Ouerseers : John Tomsonn, Frances Bowcer, 
William Stobbert, Anthony Pearson. 

14 St. Hellin Auckland Chappellrie^ Minister: John 
Yaux, Constables : William Garth, Thomas Stanebanke, 
William Richardson, Cuthbert Robinson, James Bullocke 
(ab), Richard He-viside, Churchwardens: George Wastell, 
Christofer Stoddert, Raph Hodshon, Ouerseers: John 
Richardson, Richard Coltman (ab), Thomas Sandersonn. 

15 Witton Chappellrie Minister: Robert Scoggan, 
Constables : Cuthbert Taylor, Cuthbert Harreson, Church- 
wardens: Richard Vasie, John Hodgshon (ab), Ouerseers: 
Richard Mayre, John Dickinson. 



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16 Escombe Chappellrie Ccnstables : Christofer Pearson, 
John Stobbs, Churchwardens : Richard Todd, John Mawer, 
Ouerteer: Richard Wall. 

17 Hamsterley Chappellrie Minister : John Donkinge, 
Constables : Thomas White (ab), John Dowson (ab), Samuel] 
Orinwell (ab), Churchwardens : Thomas White (ab), Henry 
Hall (ab), Thomas Sanderson (ab), Ouerseers : Henry 
Richardson, Christofer Huntershele, Robert Grinwell. 

18 Stanthropp Parish* Minister : Mr. Nathaniell 
Warde 5 , Con-stables: William Bayles, Charles Simson, 
Gabriell Martiiidales (ab), James Tomson (ab), Frances 
Walker, William Dowthwayte (ab), Henry Scott, Thomas 
Chater (ab), Churchwardens: William Hardinge, William 
Rayne (ab), John Crawidorth, John Bowes, Ouerseers: 
Thomas Emerson (ab), Peter Emerson, Daniell Car- 
michell, Rowland Watson. 

19 Cockfeild Parish Minister: Mr. George French, 
Constables : George Lodge, John Sidgwicke, Churchwarden : 
John Watt, Ouerseer : John Aynsley. 

20 -Winston Parish Minister: Mr. Richard Thursby 6 , 
Constable: Peter Browne (ab), Churchwardens: John 
Ovington, William Franklin, Ouerseer: John Clement. 

21 Whorleton Chappellrie Minister : Henry Hermitage, 
Constable: John Cockefeild (ab), Churchwarden & Ouerseer: 
John Shoote. 

22 Barnard Castle Chappellrye Minister : Gyles 
Foster 7 , ^Constables : Anthony Martindale, William 

Wharton, Francis Hutchinson, William Sowerby, John 
Wetherell (ab), James Peacocke (ab), Churchwardens : 
Cuthbert Rayne, Cuthbert Bayles, William Atkinson, John 
Simpson, Ouerseers : Ambroese Rayne, Ambrosse Peele, 
Christofer Newby (ab), John Brownelesse (ab). 

23 Middleton in Teasdayle Parish Ministers : Mr. 
Anthony Maxton, James Kellie (ab), Constables: Thomas 
Bayles, William Lynn, Lanclott Coatesfforth, John Emerson, 
Churchwardens : Charles Richardson, John Colepitt (ab), 
Mathew Rayne (ab), John Lasenbye, Ouerseers: Mathewe 
Newby, Thomas Linn, Christofer Bambrigge (ab), Symond 

5 Appointed 1635; of Sidney Coll., Cambridge. He stayed at Stain- 
drop until 1644, then went into the army of King Charles I. and was 
slain at Millum Castle, Cumberland. 

6 Rector of Elton, 1619-21, Vicar of Pittington, 1621-31, Rector of 
Winston, 1631-51, buried there 8 July, 1651. 

7 1661, Aug. 18, Giles Foster, minester, buried at Hamsterley. 
* There are no protestations for this parish, see note page 56. 



GO 

Rayne, High Constables : Ambrosse Jo'husoii, John Sober, 
E/icliard Richardson. 

Taken in the presence of Lionell Maddisonne, G. Vane. 
(The remaining pages are blank.) 



AUCKLAND ST. ANDREW* WITH ESCOMBE 
CHAPELRY. 

(Written in a narrow folio book of 40 pages of which, 
page 2 and Dages 22 to the end are blank.) (D.N.I.). 

Feb. 28, 1641. 

This Protestation performed before us the Minister, 
Churchwardnes, Constables and . Overseers of the Poore. 

Signed. Minister: John Stockdayle, 8 Churcliwardnesi 
George Nelson, Willm. Wright, Raphe Short, Robrt Clayton, 
Overseers of ye poore : John Thomson, Francis Bowser, 
Willm. Stobert, Anthony Pearson. 

Of the Parish of St. Andrew Aukland in the Bishopricke 
of Durham and of Escombe Chappelrie. 

No Retourne of such as did Refuse. 9 

Com. Dunelm. 

A note of the names of all such as hath taken the pro- 
testation within the Parish of St. Andrew Auckland, 
exhebited unto us by the parlement and god blesse them and 
send them good procedings. 

John Stockdaile, Minister and Preacher of the word of 
god, Lindley Wrenn, Esq., 10 Robert Edonn, Esq., Hugh 
Wright, Esq., 11 Francis wrenn, Gent., 10 Richard Lilburne, 
Gent., Richard Richardson, Gent. 

A not for newgate in Auckland a great markett Towne. 

Willm. Spensley, John Robinson, Richard Todd, John 
Hodgshon, Robert Thomson, Willm. Gowland, Anthonie 
wilfoot, Robt. watson, Willm. Shorte, John Dawkinge, 
Bryand Langstafe, Raiph Currie, George Thomson, John 
Hedley, Tho. Hbdgshon, Robt. Bucke, Tho. walbie, Ed. 
Smith, Ed. Smith, Robt. Vinson, Robt. Baker (29), Tho. 
Wild, John Nelson, John Dowson, John Tallaiitire, Tho. 
Cowper, Georg willebie, Edw. Clarke, Tho. Cay, Robt. 

8 John Stockdayle, M.A., was admitted curate of Auckland St. 
Andrew in 1638, see Hutchinson, Durham, iii, p. 337. 

9 In a different hand. 

10 For account of Wren of Binchester, see Surtees Soc., vol. 124,. 
pp. 205, 208. 

"For notes of Hugh Wright, see Surtccs Soc. vol. 124, p. 123. 
* For an account of the parish of Auckland St. Andrew, see Hutch- 
inson, Durham, vol. iii, p. 329. 



Gl 

Johnson, Georg Dennison, Nicholas Wilson, John Roberts, 
Willm. Gille, James whorton, Georg Wale, Joseph Gates, 
Simond nelson, Time widginge, Robert Thomson, Manna- 
duke Johnson, Robert Bradforth, James Bradfarth, Willm. 
Swinbanke, John Watson, John Watson, George Watson, 
George Cartor, George Burlison, Tho. Maior, John Nelson, 
James Nelson, Peter nelson, John Adamson, James Whorton, 
Tho. Roberts, Rich, nelson, Tho. Hedon, Rich. Crawsbaw, 
John Langstafe, John Langstafe, Rich. Branklinge (41), 
Rich. Johnes, George Herrison, Anthonie Steinson, Simond 
Bailes, Robt. Smith, Willm. Jefferson, James Wilson, 
Willm. Walters, Christopher Tallentire, Raipk Parkinge, 
John Kege, John Wright, Tho. Walton, John Clayton, 
Willm. Whitfeild, Charles Thomson, Emanuell Grice, 
Ouswould Grice, John Whitfeild, Mathew Ebison. 

The market steed John Tunsdaile, Willm. Wright, 
Willm. Walton, Mathew Walton, Edw. Ruderforth, John 
Whetley, John Hedon, John Comminge, John Bowes, John 
Ward, Tho. Slaytor, Raiph Gautley, John Gautley, John 
Cowper, John Lockey, Tho. Hodgshon, Geo. Clayton, John 
Bedlinge, John Thomson (38), Tho. Bawfort, 12 Christophr 
Wreiin, Tho. Clarke, John Currie, Cuthbart Apdaile, Tho. 
Laxe, Tho. Laxe, Cuthbart Laxe, Anth. Bainebridg, 
Joseph Wordey, Robt. Browne, Christopher Dobson, 
John Wrenn, Raiph Downes, John Downes, John 
Allonson, Rich. Adamso-n, John iBailes, Robert Bailes, 
Raiph Walker, Raiph Walker, Maior Lamsoii, Robert 
Hudspeck, Gecrge Maugham, Tho. Houldon, Bryan 
Downes, Sarnuell Bankes, Rich. Haviside, Willm. Cro- 
docke, Willm. Wright, Willm. Aremstronge, Anthonie 
Appleby, Robt. Bridgs, Hen. Hey, Antho. Wright, John 
Wright, Tho. medcalfe, Willm. Conyers, Rich. Conyers, 
Raiph Dixson, John Crcdocke, Timothy Crodocke, Willm. 
Hodg-shon, Rich. Larghorne, Rich. Leuer, Gent., Cuth. 
Whitfeild, Mathew whitfeild, Antho. Easgate, Rich. 
Bawloot, JoJm Coates, Anth. Simson, Frances Farrow, 
Raiph Downes, Edw. Feildhouse, Hen. Noble, Mathew 
Sommer, Raiph Sparke, Christopher Currey, Willm. 
Currey, Tho. Gowlinge, Nich. Harpely, Frances Taylor, 
And. Comminge, Willm. Boulmer, John Denminge, Lans- 
lot Wilson, Tho. Langstafe, John Langstafe, Christophr 
Nelson, John Parmeter, Willm. Walton, Willm. Walton, 
Peter Lowson, James Sunder, Rich. Scott, John Lofthouse, 
Willm. Harpely, John Johnson, Robt. Blacke (37). 

Bongaite in Auckland Thomas Temple, Tho. Shirwood, 
Francis Shirwood, Christopr. Whitfeild, Rich. Whitfeild, 

12 May be Bawfont, the MS. is badly blotted. 



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Rich. Hale, Simond middleton, John Herrison, Willm. Hale y 
John Halo, Willm. Cockfeild, mathew Reade, John Herrison,, 
Geo. Hackford, John Bell, Tlio. Jackson, Hen. Chapman, 
John Chapman, Edw. Stobs, Willm. Hull, Tho. mord, Robert 
wilson, Peter Dixson, Geo. wilson, Tho. Harper, Willm. 
Wilburne, Tho. Flernan, Robt. Flemanj Nich. Fleman, John 
Carnebie, John Summer, Bryand wright, Anthonie 
Hodgshon, Geo. Pardrish, Tho. Bease, Phillipe Hodgshon, 
Tho. Langstafe, Geo. Trotter, Geo. Ramshaw, Willm. 
Hudspeke, John Hudspecke, John Walker, Tho. maddison, 
Tho. walton, Geo. walton, Simond whetley, John watson, 
Willm. Sandrson, mathew Sandrson, Anthonie Bell, John 
Hudson, Willm. white, manna ducke Damson, Edw. middle- 
ton, Bryand wale, Rich, drybecke, John Coulson, Willm. 
Richardson, Antho. Cackshaw, George Downes, Esq., 13 
Arthur Stiles, John Lockey, Tho. Smurfoot, Rich. Pinkney, 
John Pinkney, John Coulson, James Gare, John Wright, 
Rich. Thomson, Tho. Parkinson, Willm. Parkingson, John 
Robson, Hen. Varie, Steuen wright, John Smith, Willm. 
maugham (38), The Saruants of Mr. Lindley Wrenn, Esq., 
Willm. Willebie, Gent., John 81ay tor, Edw. Stobs, Charles 
Robinson, Petter Dixson, John Bell, James Steward, Raiph. 
Sparke, Willm. Hudspecke, Rich. Sumer, Willm. Foster r 
michell Haudon, Gao. Fawdon, Raiph Parkings (14), 

The Towneship of Westerton Geo. Lax, John Lax, Anth, 
Lax, John Lax, Fr. Liddle, Tho. Law, Hen. Smith, Nich. 
Murton, Antho. Pearson, John Parkinge, Willm. Parkinn r 
Nicholas thomson. 

The Towneshipe of Coundon Rich. Hopper, tho. Lange, 
Rich. Lange, Rich. Hopper, Robt. Stokoe, Rich. Parkinge, 
John Nichelson, tho. Smurfoot, Willin. Parkinge, Willm. 
Parkinge, tho. Pearson, Raiph Werdhouse, tho. Parkinge, 
Rich. Parkinge, Tho. wilson, Geo. wilson, Rich. Parkinge, 
Jun., Tho. Parkinge, Tho. Parkinge, Jun., Willm. Pearson, 
tho. Knags, Geo. Browne, tho. Browne, Willm. Browne, 
Nich. Nichelson (37), tho. nichelson, Willm. Harper, John 
Parkinge, Robt. Hartley, Samson Hopper. 

Newton Cape John martindale, Willm. Lever, Willm. 
Todd, Tho. Dawson, John Garre, James wale, Christophr 
wale, John wale, willm. white, willm. Smurfoot, Raiph 
Trotter, John Trotter, Willm. Trotter, Willm. Phillipe, 
James Pearson, John Smurfoot, Hugh Stobart, Anthonie 
Allingson, John Allingson, Rich. Corneforth, Willm. Corne- 
forth, Willm. Atkinson, Christopr Wood, George Piburne, 
Tho. Whitfeild, Robert Browne, Cuthbart Byerley, Phillipe 
Houdson, John Boulton (34). 

13 See Foster's Durham Visitation Pedigrees, 105. 



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The Towneshipe of Mederag-e 14 Henry Bainebridg, 
Rich. Robinson, Edw. Hordaraii, John Hunter, John 
Wood, margery Butler, 15 Allase Pearson, tho. Chilton, Ed. 
Chilton, Eich. Crags, Robt. Carags, John Dune, Geo. 
Dune, Ambreas Straford, Nich. Hunter, Robt. Neveson, 
Rpbt. Simson, John Simson, John Steuenson, Cuthbart 
Cirton, Rich. Crags, jun., Hen. Parler, John walker, 
Willm. Crags, Rich. Pallisor, Robt. Pallisor, Tho. 
Pallisor, Geo. Byerlay, Christopher Martine, Robt. 
Anderson, Willm. Allon, John Jackson, John Fewlor, 
Willm. wase, John Jackson, Willm. Jackson, Geo. 
Robinson, Elizabeth Lilley, vid. (38), tho. white, John. 
Pallorsor, Willm. mackridg, Willm. Allon, John Whitfeild, 
Willm. Blythman, margret Simson, tho. Wilson, tho. 
Langue, tho. Clayton, Rich. Dune, Willm. Howson, Petter 
newton, Rowland Bell, Robert Foster, Robt. Clayton, John 
Wilson, Raiph Langstafe. 

The Towneshipe of Hunwicke wth the Hamlets therto 
appartag Willrn. Boulmer, John Laidley, Willm. 
Commige, Rich. Wright, George Wright, John Lumley, 
John Hodgshon, Geo. Hodgsho>n, tho. Hey, Hen. Hey, tho. 
Richardson, James marley, Robert nattress, tho. Nattress, 
John Simson, Frances Dobson, John Gibson, Willm. Glenn, 
Henry Hey, Willm. Boulmer, Barnard Simson, Robert 
Suertise, Cuthbart Suertise, tho. Warde, John Lighten, 
Antho 1 . Lighten, Geo. Wilson, Willm. wright, Willm. 
Sickerwham. 

The Towneshipe of Eld on Robert Newton, George 
Richardson, Henry Smith, Tho. Anderson, Antho. Parkinge, 
Robt. Whetley, Willm. Thomson, Willm. Herrison, John 
Towler, Willm. Slay tor, Joseph Hopper, James Simson, 
Tho. Starford, Willm. Hunter, Robt. Adamson, Rich. 
Adamson, John Adamson, Raiph Herrison, Robt. Atkinson, 
John Robinson, Willm. Shippard, Tho. Simson, Giles 
wright (35), Humphrey Houde, Parsei morgin, willm. 
Towlard, Robt. Applebie, Willm. Adamson. 

The Towneshipe of Byersgrn Willm. white, Robert 
white, Geo. Trotter, Geo. white, Willm. Shawe, Tho. 
wright, Willm. Emmerson, Willm. Pearson, Rich. 
Emmerson, John middleton, Geo<. martindale, John 
maiiiiidale, Robt. Trotter, Tho. Emmerson, Raiph Trotter, 
Bryand Carsley, Bryan Walker, John walker, John 
Martindale, Charles martindale, John Robinson, Tho'. 
white, Nicholas white, John Eltergham, Robt. Corneforth, 
Willm. white, Raiph wright, Francis white (33), Willm. 
Hunter, Simond wilson, Richard Harrison. 

The towneshipe Windleston (sic) Geo. Bucke, John 

14 i.e., Midridge. 1S Butler written over Butley in MS. 



Steuenson, Hen. Laughorne, John Langhorne, Raiph Pear- 
son, Jo<hn Wood, John Robinson, Nicholas Allen, Robt. 
Steuenson, Willm. walker, martine walker, John Heade, 
Geo. Dawson, Tho. Pearson, Cuth. Herrison, Willm. 
wheatley, Willm. Steueiison, Lanslot Hodgshon, Robt. 
Iley, Willm. Lighton, John Whitfeild (23). 

St. Hellen Aukland William Williamson, sen., gent. 16 , 
iWilliam Williamson, jun., gent. 16 (2). 

The towneshipe of South Church denery and Hen- 
knowle John Garthome, Christopr middleton, Anthonie 
Adamsoii, Willm. Plewman, John Herrison, michell Tay- 
lor, Christopher Sowber, Henry Trotter. Joseph Lax, Rich. 
Gibson, Tho. winter, Willm. Wood, Willm. dixison, John 
douthfoot, Willm. Byerley, Willm. whetley, John Trestald 
(? Trestale), Christopher Hawdon, Tho. Daycprs, Geo. 
white, John wright, James Ridley, Aiitho. white, Edw. 
Plewman, Willm. Bell, Aiitho. Bell, John Lambe, Willm. 
middleton, Robt. C'ockfeild, Willm. Rackebones, Geo. Cbck- 
feild, John Jurdon, Willm. Tuckalt, George newbie (35). 
The Towneshipe o<f Shildon Willm. whortpn, Willm. 
Thomson, Humphry Fewler, Robt. Newton, Rich. Blyth- 
man, Francis Bowser, Rich. Colliiige, Rich, watson, Willm. 
watson, Willm. Lonsdaile, Robt. By gate, John Blythman, 
John Crawe. 

The Towneshipe oi' middleston Tho. Pilkington, Tho. 
Hixson, Robt. Richardson, John Richardson, Tho. Robin- 
son, Joseph Herrison, John Thomson, George Thomson, 
Martine Liddle, Robt. Parkinge, Tho. Cullie. 

The Bpps durham Saruants (sic), John Spenser, James 
whistons, Geo. Iley, Rich. Lownes, Willm. Armestronge, 
George Stobes, Willm. Richardson (31). 

(Page 20 is blank.) 

The Tpwne of Escombe 17 , with the Hamlots there unto 
appertaining Mr. John Wilkingson 18 , Richard Tod, 
Thomas Tod, John Suddicke, Bryan Atkinson, George 
Moore, thelder, George Moore, ye younger, Christopher 
Pearson, Percivell Mark en dell, Robert Smurfoote, Edward 
Newcome, Thomas Noble, Richard Wall, Martin Harper, 
Bryan Wall, Willm. Cooke, Anthony Tod, Robert Nickoll, 
Samuell Dawson, Ralph Spooner, Thomas Stobs, William 
Tod, Humphrey Smurfoote, Bryan Pearson, Henry Baw- 
dricke. thelder, Henry Bawdricke, ye ypnnger, Christopher 
Bowdricke, Thomas Tod, o>f ye woodside, John Browne, 
John Steemson, Willm. White, John Curry, Thomas Silver- 
top, Richard Bell, Thomas Jackson, Richard Spooner (36). 

16 See Foster's Durham Visitation Pedigrees, 331. 

17 For an account of the chapelry of Escombe,, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 349. 

18 Bur. at Escomb, 26 Oct., 1654. 



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AUCKLAND ST. HELEN.* 

(Written in a small octavo book of twenty pages, of 
which pages 16, 17, 18 and 19 are blank. The last page 
is endorsed " The Protestations of the Parishioners of St. 
Hellen Awckland, Feb., 1G41.) (D.N.2.). 

The Protestations of the Parishioners of S. Hellen 
Awckland, Febr., 1641. To the Eight Wprpll. Sr. Lionel 
Maddison 19 , knight, one of his Matys Justices of the Peace 
especially appointed for this seruice. 

St. Hellen Awckland. Feb. 20th, 1641. 

A true record of all such as have taken, and not taken 
the protestation : the Refusers being marked with Non in 
the margeiit. 

Mr. Willm. Williamson, sen. 20 (non cepit), Mr. Willm. 
Williamson, jun. 20 (non cepit), Christopher Chambers 
(cepit) 1 , Richard Swan (cepit), Georg Garth (cepit), William 
Garth (cepit), William Moscroft (cepit), Raph Dickison 

it), Humphrey Bell (cepit), Thomas Stainbanck (cepit) , 



Georg Waistall (cepit), William Waistall (cepit), Michael 
Waistall (cepit), Henrie Downes (cepit), William Downea 
(cepit), William Atkinson (cepit), Thomas Sidgwicke 
(cepit), Raph Gargrave (cepit), Anthony Gargrave (non 
cepit), John Richardson (cepit), Thomas Newby (cepit). 

St. Hellen Awckland Robert Newby (oepit), William 
Gargrave (cepit), William Tod (cepit), Anthony Garmans- 
way (cepit), William Wilde (cepit), Nicholas Meeburne 
(cepit), Robert Raine (cepit), Henrie Rutter (cepit), Thomas 
Powley (cepit), John Vaux 2 , clerk (cepit), Richard Yaux 
(cepit), William Kay (cepit), Georg 1 Kay (cepit), Laurence 
Summer (cepit), Raph Summer (cepit), Henrie Sidgwick 
(cepit), Anthony Rickaby (cepit), Richard Place (cepit), 
Richard Spooner (cepit). 

Evenwood Feb. 21, 1641 -Peter Hodgson (cepit), John 
Watson (cepit), John Lindsley (cepit), Raph West (cepit), 

19 Baptized, 16 Feb., 1594/5, at St. Nicholas, Newcastle, Sheriff, 
1624, Mayor, 1632, married Anne, dau. of William Hall of Newcastle, 
"bur. 21 Nov., 1643, St. Nicholas, Newcastle. 

20 1699, June 4, Mr. Will. Williamson of St. Helen, Auckland, bur. 
Regs. The Williamsons were predecessors in title to the Carrs of 
Auckland St. Helen, see Hutchinson, Durham iii, p. 341. 

1 Cepit = accepit. 

2 John Vaux was admitted curate of Auckland St. Helen in 1616, 
Hutchinson, Durham, iii, p. 340. He was some time sub-curate to 
George Carr, curate of Monkwearmoutn and South Shields. 

*For an account of Auckland St. Helen, see Hutchinson, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 339. 



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Thomas Stephenson (cepit), Henrie Stephenson (cepit), 
Henrie Viccarrs (cepit), Thomas Todd (cepit), Georg Tod 
(cepit), William Todd (cepit), John Hodgson (cepit), John 
Sidgwick (cepit), James Builocke (cepit), Charles Wren 3 
(cepit), Henrie Eateby (cepit), Francis West 4 (cepit), 
Anthony West (cepit), John Jefferson (cepit), Georg Wade 
(cepit), Christopher Stephenson (cepit), John Stephenson 
(cepit), William Heighley (cepit), John Spanton (cepit), 
Lampton Downes (cepit), Anthony Stephenson (cepit), 
Eobert Wardell (cepit), John Potts (cepit), Michael 5 
Dawton (cepit), William Hodgson (cepit), Thomas Hodgson 
(cepit), Eobert Hopper (cepit), Christopher Hopper (cepit), 
John Thirkelt (cepit), John Commyn (cepit), Francis 
Hoggard (cepit), John Dobbison (cepit), Eaph Wasse 6 
(cepit), Lancellot Thirkelt (cepit), John Simpson (cepit), 
James Thirkelt (cepit), John Heighley (cepit), Georg Heigh- 
ley (cepit), Christopher Lambe (cepit), Eobert Stobbard 
(cepit). 

Barony of Evenwood. feb. 21, 1641 Mr. Eobert 
Heighinton 7 (cepit), Georg Eggleston (cepit), Michael 
Brian (cepit), Brian Mershall (cepit), James Jefferson 
(cepit), Eobert Johnson (cepit), Thomas Blenkinsop 
(cepit), Georg Johnson (cepit), Nicholas Blacket (cepit), 
Nicholas Blacket (cepit), Peter Bell (cepit), John Euans 
(cepit), John Eobinson (cepit), John Thompson (cepit), 
John Nattres (cepit), Anthony Dobbison (cepit), Thomas 
Hodgson (cepit), John Hodgson (cepit), Thomas Hodgson 
(cepit), John Hodgson (cepit), Peter Bullock (cepit), Thomas 
Hodgson (cepit), Christopher Tuler (cepit). William 
Hodgson (cepit), Thomas Hodgson (cepit), John Walker 
(cepit), Thomas Wilde (cepit), Lancellot Wilde (cepit), 
Michel Wilde (cepit), Thomas Wilde (cepit), Eichard 
Heuiside (cepit), John Heuiside (cepit), Eichard Heuiside 
(cepit), John Helmerowe (cepit), Peter Seamer (cepit), 
John Silvertop (non cepit), William Gibban (cepit). John 
Archibald (cepit), Thomas Bainbrig (cepit), William 
Parkinson (cepit), John Lambe (cepit), Thomas Lambe 
(cepit), Percivel Lambe (cepit), Thomas Walton (cepit), 
Thomas Eobson (cepit), William Hope (cepit), William. 
Young (cepit), James Hoord (cepit), William Eaw (cepit), 
William How (cepit), William Shield (cepit), Thomas How 
(cepit), William Eaine (cepit), Thomas Eaiiie (cepit), 

Baptized at Auckland St. Andrew, 1 Nov., 1601, died unmarried. 

" Wren " struck out and " West " written over. 

" William " struck out and " Michael " written over. 

"West" struck out and "Wasse" written over. 

See pedigree of Heighington, Surtees, Durham, iii, 275. 



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Thomas Williamson (cepit), John Williamson (cepit), 
Thomas Cargrave (cepit), William Cargrave (cepit), John 
Cargrave (cepit), Charles Willie (cepit), Thomas Sanderson 
(cepit), Matthias^ Dixon (cepit), Robert Shield (cepit), 
Thomas Williamson (cepit), Robert Thompson (cepit), 
Henrie Shaw (aberat), Robert Dixon (cepit), Brian Turner 
(cepit), Henry Harrison 8 (cepit), Henria Heuiside (cepit), 
Thomas Hoord (cepit), Robert Robinson (cepit), Robert 
Gowland (cepit), John Tod (cepit), Henrie Smith (cepit), 
Christopher Craw (cepit), Richard Gowland (cepit), Ambrose 
Gowland (cepit), Christopher Willie (cepit), Thomas Craw 
(cepit), Thomas Brian (cepit), Henrie Wilson (cepit). 

West Awckland. feb. 22, 1641 Mr. Raph Eden 9 
(cepit), Christopher Stodard (cepit), Anthony Watson 
(cepit), Richard Gargraue (cepit), Robert Johnson (cepit), 
Cuthbert Robinson (cepit), William Finley (cepit), John 
Raine (cepit), James Ticcars (cepit), John Gainforth 
(cepit), John Wright (cepit), John Mason (cepit), Robert 
Baker (cepit), George Law (cepit), Thomas Jackson (cepit), 
William Simpson (cepit), John Litster (cepit), Georg 
Newby (cepit), Charles Anderson (cepit), Anthony Garry 
(cepit), W^illiam Thompson (cepit), Robert Stothard 
(cepit), William Brian (cepit), Francis Fawell (Aberat), 
John Simpson (cepit), Henrie Herrison (cepit), Thomas 
Garbut (cepit), William Mounsier (cepit), Michael 
Teasdaile (cepit), John Teasdaile (cepit), William Gain- 
forth (cepit), Cuthbert Gainforth (cepit), Anthony Ayre 
(cepit), Raph T'ayler (cepit), Richard Granger (cepit), 
William Richardson (cepit), Richard Robinson (cepit), 
Brian Cowlson (cepit), Raph Sidgwicke (cepit), Michael 
Mason (cepit), William Wright (cepit), William Wall 
(cepit), Thomas Stephenson (cepit), Henrie Wall (cepit), 
Thomas Sidgwicke (cepit), John Holland (cepit), Robert 
Hodgson (cepit), Michael Mason (cepit), Simon Mason 
(cepit), John Clifton (cepit), William Langstafe (cepit), 
Robert Raine (cepit), Richard Tindall (cepit), John Eden 
(cepit), Robert Eden (cepit), John Ferbecke (cepit), Raph 
Cowtman (cepit), William Clifton (cepit), William Roum- 
forth. (cepit), Nicholas Chapman (cepit), Raphe Wrey 
(cepit), John Hugill (cepit), Robert Wells (cepit), William 
Pattison (cepit), Michael Bucke (cepit), Thomas Hodgson 
(cepit), Robert Stephenson (cepit), William Stephenson 
(cepit) . 

Outhamlets belonging to West Awckland William 

8 This name is struck out. 

9 Buried at Auckland St. Helen, 10 Sept., 1664, see pedigree of 
Eden of Windlestone, Walbr.an's Antiquities of Gainford, 51. 



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Shaddock (accepit), Raph Hodgson (accepit), Nicholas 
Ta-yler (accepit), Richard Tayler (accepit), John Wall 
(accepit), Phillip Wall (accepit), William Sidgwicke 
(accepit), Christopher Heron (accepit), William Plum- 
mer (cepit), Lancellot Ettis (cepit), John Ettis 
(cepit), Eaph Tayler (cepit), Thomas How (cepit), 
Christopher Simpson (cepit), Nicholas Wharrington 
(cepit), John Allonson (cepit), Jared Allonson (cepit), 
Robert Dobbison (cepit), William Ouington (cepit) Thomas 
Garth (cepit), Georg Cummyn (cepit), Francis Jolly (cepit), 
Robert Gainforth (cepit), Thomas Bowes (cepit), John 
Joblin (cepit), Cuthber Wrangham (cepit), Edward Wrang- 
ham (cepit), Matthew Doccar (cepit), Anthony Tod (cepit), 
Anthony Garth (cepit), Richard Cowtman (cepit), Robert 
Cornforth (cepit), Thomas Bellowes (cepit}, John Towers 
(cepit), Thomas Newton (cepit). 

Mabel Siluertop, Anne Gibban, Elizabeth Hodgson. 
These be all the women-Recusants that we have in our 
Parish, being all of them convicted. 

Wee the Minister, Churchwardens, Constables, and 
Ouer seers of the poore of the Parish of St. Hellen Awckland 
haue (according to our duties, and the trust comitted unto 
us) taken the protestation of all men inhabiting within the 
said Parish of 18 years and aboue, and returned the same 
under our hands accordingly: Feb. 24, 1641. 

Minister there : John Yaux, Church Wardens : George 
Waistale, Christopher Stotheart, Raiph Hodgson, 
William Garth 10 , Tho. Stainbancke, Will. Richardson, 
Cuthbert Robinson, Richard Heuiside, James Bullocke, 
Ouerseers for the poore : John Richardson, Richard Cowt- 
man, Thomas Sanderson. 

Anthony Gargraue, John Siluertop. These two are all 
the Men-Recusants that we haue in this Parish, both of 
them being by law convicted. Ita tester John Vaux. 

(Pages 16 to 19 are blank. The last page (20) is 
endorsed " The Protestations of the Parishioners of St. 
Hellen Awckland, Feb. 1641.) 

AYCLIFFE.* 

(Written in five columns on the inside of an open sheet of 
foolscap folio paper.) (D.N.3.). 

A catolo'gue of the names od: all the parishioners of 
Aycliffe aboue 18 years. t 

10 Garth and the five following persons are evidently the constables. 
*For an account of the parish of Aycliffe, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 325. 



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Min. : George Leake 11 , Churchiv. : Ralph Chambers, 
John Clement, "VVillm. Harrison, Willm. Heighly, 
Constabl. : Robert Chambers, Edward Thompson, Robert 
Pearson, Jarret Hixon, John Lawson, Ouerseers : 
Richard Morley, Robert Pearson, Thomas Stebbin, John 
Fewlew. Mr. Willm. Wycliffe, Mr. Willm. Brasse, Mr. 
Daniell Richardson, Mr. Anthony Witham, Mr. John 
Tempest, Thomas Thursby, James Clement, John Hixon, 
John Walker, Bartholomew Atkinson, Willm. Adamson, 
Gwalter Forrest, Thomas Younge, Richard Dowthwayte, 
Henry Elgy, Richard Croft, Christopher Croft, 
Cuthbert Midleton, Marmaduke Richardson, Edward 
Searle, Willm. Searle, John Appleby (36), Francis 
Bayliffe, Willm. Trinbridge, Thomas Wilson, John 
Wilson, Ralph Steeuenson, John Norton, Mathew 
Blythman, John Whitfeild, Willm. Nichleson, Edmond 
Milburne, Ralph Edgar, Richard Edgar, Francis Stokeld, 
Robert Kirkham, Robert Kirkham, Willm. Winde 12 , Willm. 
Kirkham, Robert Robinson, Robert Wilkinson, James Croft, 
Bryan Robinson, George Robinson, Henery Langstaffe, 
Ambrose Elstob, Francis Middleton, Richard Middleton, 
John Gibson, Robert Kirkham, Willm. Wilson, Robert 
Haswitle, Willm. Haswitle, Willm. Pallistar, Hercules 
Megson, Thomas Megson, John Moody, Henery Younge, 
Thomas Reade, Henery Mason, John Hutchison, George 
Thompson (40), Thomas Clement, Thomas Hixon, George 
Hixon, John Bume, Richard Welfoote, Isaacke Bennit, 
Willm. Bennit, Robert Bennit, Richard Richmond, Robert 
Davidson, Robert Welfoote, Roger Norton, John Emerson, 
Thomas Newton, Richard Watson, Anthony Hold, Thomas 
Scot, Rowland Wiseman, Robert Parkin, Rowland Hould, 
John Bownas, Robert Walker, Richard Steeuenson, Thomas 
Harrison, Christopher Richardson, Willm. Brasse, Robert 
Johnson, Willm. Brasse, Richard Brasse, John Hawell, John 
Coltman, Willm. Darlington, George Coatesworth, Thomas 
Shaw, John Brasse. Roger Megson, John Megson, Chris- 
topher Dennison, Thomas Sidgewicke, Willm. Simpson, 
Thomas Pearson, Marmaduke Fauldon, George Haswitle, 
Willm. Fenwioke, Ro-bert Fauldon, John mires (46), John 
Richardson, Thomas Towers, Nicholas Hindson, Willm. 
Richardson, George Smith, John Dawson, John Apleby, 
Ralph Smith, George Chrissop, George Clayton, John 
Graiston, Henery Haswitle, John Norton, Richard Gyles, 
John Stokeld, Humphrey Browne, Thomas Clearkson, Ralph 

"Curate of Thomas Carr, D.D., subsequently Prebendary of the 4th 
Stall in Durham Cathedral. 

12 May be Woode, the second and third letters are imperfactly 
formed. 



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Farbrecke, John Clearke, Robert Coxx, Roger Specke, 
Humphrey Suthren, Thomas Dowthwayte, Ralph Woode, 
Willm. Harrington, Edward Howeston, Robert Burden, 
Willm. Wright, Christopher Tate, Willm. Dobison, Robert 
Dowthwayte, Anthony Pearson, Richard White, Anthony 
Burrow, Willm. Simpson, John Sympson, Thomas Crofte, 
John Welfoote, Cuthbert Gibson, John Gibson, John 
Simpson, John Pallister, John Johnson, John Bridges, 
Christopher Brian, Thomas Forrest, John Shaw, John 
Adamson, Nicholas Stedman, Willm. Hebbron, Ralph 
Norton, George Moody (52), Robert Adamson, Robert Pear- 
son, Thomas Newlani, Thomas Moore, Willm. Hynemers, 
John Haswitle, Richard Fauldon, John Wilkinson, Henery 
Elstob, John Harrison, Henery Proctor, John Dun, Richard 
Pearson, George Belliff, John Tonstall, Richard Priorman, 
James Davidson, Lukes Bowes, Christopher Elstob, Anthony 
Askew, Christopher Johnson, Thomas Phillips, Humphrey 
Chipsis, Ralph Seaiie, Thomas Heigh, Thomas Remantray, 
Robert Grey, Willm. Wright, Robert Hall, Martin Garth, 
Ralph Garth, Edward Garth, Ralph Chamber, Willm. 
Dobbin, Edward Simpson, John Dawson, Robert Pallistar, 
Ralph Harrison, Thomas Stokell, Richard Masgn, Willm. 
Richardson, Anthony Robson, Richard Elstob, Ralph 
Walker (44). 

(On the back of the sheet.) 

The protestacon adminstred and taken by the parishioners 
of Aycliffe upon the foure and fiue & twentyth dayes of 
this present febri, 1641. 

Signed. George Leake, Robert Chambers, Railph 
Chambers, John Clementt, William Henisson, Robert 
Pearson, John Lawson, Jarret Hixon, William heighlley, 
Edwarde Thompson, Richard Morly, John Fuler, Thomas 
Stelin. 

These folowinge refused the protestacon : 

Mr. John Tempest 13 , Mr. Anthony W^itham 14 , George 
Thompson, John Grayston. 

BARNARD CASTLE.* 

(Written upon four foolscap sheets sewn together to form 
one continuous sheet. The names are arranged in three long 
columns.) (D.N.4.). 

13 See pedigree of Tempest, Surtees, Durham, iv, 93. 

14 See pedigree of Witham, Foster, Yorkshire Families. 

*For an account of the Chapelry of Barnard Castle, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iv, pt. 1, p. 50. 



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The protestation. 

I, A.B., doe in the presence of Almightie God, promise, 
vow, and protest to maintains and defend, as far as lawfully 
I may, with my life, power, and estate, the true reformed 
protestant religion expressed in the doctrine of the church 
of England against all popery and popish Innovations within 
this realme, coiitrarie to the same doctrine, and accordinge 
to the dutie of my Allegiance, His Maieties Roy all Person, 
Honour, and Estate ; As also the Power and Previledge of 
Parliament, The lawfull Rights and liberties of the Subiect, 
and eury person that maketh this Protestation, in what- 
soever lie shall doe in the lawfull pursuance of the same. 
And to my power, and as far as lawfully I may, I will 
oppose, and by all good wayes and meaiies indeavour to 
bring to condigne punishment, all such as shall either by 
force, practyse, councells, pipits, conspiracies or otherwyse, 
do any thinge to the contrarie of any thinge in this present 
Protestation contained ; And further that I shall in all iust 
and honourable wayes indeavour to preserve the Union and 
peace between the three King-domes of Egland (sic), Scot- 
land, and Ireland ; And neither for hope, feare, nor other 
respect, shall relinquish this promise, vow, and Protestation. 

Barnard Castle Chapplerie. 

xix die of February, 1(541. 

The names of all those in the said Chapplerie that haue 
iaken this Protestation. 

Imprys in Barnrd Castle Thomas Ullocke, Robert 
Ullocke, John Ullocke, Nicholas Ullo'ck'e, Cuthbt. Raine, 
sen., Thomas Foothergill, Allen Jackson, John Sewell, 
Ambrose Grainger, John Grainger, Robert walker, James 
wynter, James Harewood, Hug-he Blenkarne, Jerrard 
Devise, Hughe Loiisdale, Phillipp Lonsdale, Mathew 
Stoddart, jun., George Stephenson, Symoiid Collinge, Row- 
land Blaikelocke, Thomas Cheesbrough, mathew wharton, 
Thomas Robinson, Richard watterman, Robert Chapman, 
Raphe watterman, Richard watterman, Bartholomew 
watterman, Christofer Emerson, Robert Devisse, Thomas 
Stott, John Lordmaii, 'Christofer Pearson, John Freare, 
Robert watterman, George watterman, Willm. Baxter, 
Thomas w r ylde, Reignold Devise, John Devise, Edward 
Kinge, John Crosfeild, Richard Hawneby, Bartholomew 
Chapman, Peter Home, John Home, Henry Bolron, 
Christofer Browne, Thomas Alderson, Raphe Sympson, 
Phillipp Fenwicke, George Huggyson, Cuthbt. Chapman, 
Francis Home, Nicholas Emerson, Willm. Bayles, Chris- 
tofer Home, George Harryson, Robert Kiplinge, Christofer 
Hutchinson, James Slater, Beniamyn Garnett, Robert 



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Binggam, Peter Collinge, Thomas Baxtr, Bartholomew 
Home, Ambrose Bams, Abraha. Teyler, Robt. Arrow- 
smyth, Robt. Coats, John Glouer, Thomas Glouer, Willm. 
Coats, Anthony Wilson, Marke Coats, Os wold Glouer, John 
Tompson, George Kiplinge, Georg-e Bamerd, John Story, 
John Home, Willm. Allinson, John Whitell, Percivell 
Kiplinge, Christofer Pynckney, James Pynckney, Peter 
wilson, Henrv Baxter, Edward Kiplinge, Robert Kiplinge, 
Christofer Cradocke, Nicholas Clerksoii, Willm. Smyth, 
Mathew Stodart, sen., Willm. Westwicke, Arthur 
Emerson, jun., Christofer Robinson, Willm. Harryson, 
Bartholomew Hynde, George Hynde, Xpofer Hornsby, 
John Foothergill, John ISTewby, Robt. Bamlert, Willm. 
Atkinson, Thomas Coltheard, Oliuer Martin, John 
Hynde, Samuell Hynde, Thomas Arrowsmyth, John 
Arrowsmyth, Willm. Arrowsmyth, Bartholomew Coatsworth, 
Rowland Hynde, Edmond Handley, Cuthbt. Lonsdale, 
Thomas Sanderson, John Willys, John Hutchinson, 
Willm. Hutchinson, jun., James Wilson, Willm. Sander- 
son, John Jackson, Willm. Eastg'ate, Thomas Blenkosopp, 
Christofer Wilkinson, Robt. Sympson, Willm. Mavin, 
Willm. Harry son, Thomas Coats, Christofer Markendale, 
Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Nicholas Blaikeiocke, 
Will in. Abram, Henry Abram, Thomas Whorleton, John 
Foothergill, sen., John Footheorgill, jun., Christofer Symp- 
soii, Leonerd Kipling^e, Thomas vSavill, Anthony Heigley, 
Arthur Elwan, Willm, Hynde, Bryan Kiplinge, Mathew 
Home, Nicholas Hynde, Richard Rudd, Robert Hutton, 
Willm. Hutton, jun., Raphe Cowton, Thomas Dobson, 
Michaell Keddie, Edward Clerkson, Cuthbt. Greene, Ninian 
Byncks, Mathew Byncks, James Wilson, Anthony Smyth, 
Raphe Dent, Cuthbt. Pattyson, James Shaw, Thomas 
Andrew, George Appleby, Michaell Coiling^, John Robin- 
son, Thomas Kiplinge, Stephen Robinson, Cuthbt. Barns, 
John Devise, Thomas Newby, Henry Newby, George 
Peacocke, Thomas Home, Percivell Peacocke, Geor,g"e 
Smyth, George Byncks, Thomas Bayls, Cuthbt. Whright- 
son, Thomas Bull, Raphe Shawe, jun., Willm. Reignoldson, 
Raphe Shawe, sen., Gabriell wharton, Thomas whriglitscn, 
Francis Parkinson, Henry weatherell, Anthony weatherell, 
John Lonsdale, John Sanderson, Robt. Peake, Thomas 
Peake, Thomas Allinson, Robt. Pearson, Anthony Pearson, 
Thomas Pearson, Phillipp Sanderson 15 , Christofer 

15 Son of Bartholemew Sanderson of the Loupe. He married Fhillis, 
dau. of Thomas Allensoii of Barnard Castle, and by her he had with 
other issue a son Christopher. He was bur. at Barnard Castle, 22 Feb., 
1657/8. See Six North Country Diaries, Surtees Society, vol. 118, pp. 
35-42. 



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Sandrson 10 , Phillipp Braidley, Bartholomew Lonsdale, 
Henry Lonsdale, Xpofer Jackson, George Saire, Willm. 
Pynckney, Thomas Heslopp, Ambrose Coatsworth, Henrye 
Nicholson, Robt. Markendale, John Kiplinge, Michaell 
Tiiickler, Ambrose Tinckler, Phillipp Yynt, Francis 
Walker, Willm. Walker, Alexander Greene, John Peake, 
Raphe Peake, Robert Todd, George Dobson, Thomas Wynd, 
Robert Stainsby, Lanclott Newly, sen., Thomas Sumer, 
John Beckbancke, Robert Cuthbertson, John Edward, 
Thomas Tompson, sen., Charles Grainger, John Grynwell, 
John Chapman, Robert Hynde, John Percivell, Willm. 
waistell, Thomas Haythaite, Thomas Dixon, Cuthbt. 
Emerson, Thomas Emerson, Arthur Emerson, John 
Bowtoii, Willm. Hntchinson, sen., Raphe Natteresse, 
Erancis Browne, Henry Vynt, Percivell Peacocke, sen., 
Thomas Ullocke, George Hall, Bartholomew Harewjood, 
jun., Stephen Vynt, Leonerd Newby, Robert Newby, 
Lanclott Newby, jun., Thomas Smythson, Richard Addyng- 
ton, Robert Vary, Robert Sharpe, Willm. Hodgson, Raphe 
Hodgson, Robert Hodgson, Ghristofer Robinson, George 
Peacocke, Roger Bnmskell, Nicholas Winter, Hughe 
Colling-e, John Sanderson, Willm. Graingr, Lawrence 
Raine, Myles Morland, Thomas Bell, Robt. Glouer, 
Richard Collinge, Lanclott Pynckney, Thomas westwicke, 
Thomas watterman, Bryan Chater, Christofer Chater, 
Reignold Browne, Thomas Stainsby, Henry Byreley, Rap-he 
Moodie, Robert westwicke, Roger westwicke, Alexander 
westwicke, Thomas Bowman, Willm. Hutton, sen., George 
walker, Christofer Brysco, Mathew Brysco, Rowland Hall, 
Mr. Thomas Rose 17 , Thomas Walker, Thomas Keddy, John 
Maxwell, Henry Rowlandsoii 18 . Christofer Robinson, John 
walker, Willm. Stobbs, John Gowland, sen., John Gowland, 
sen., Richard Milburne, Jerrard Kell, Leoii'd Sowerby, 
John Richmond, Thomas Sewell, Raphe Vynt, John wilkin- 
son, Anthony Cradocke, Thomas Dent, Thomas Sheepheard, 
Henry Wheate, Thomas Wheate, John Cowton, Willm. 
Liveley 19 , Michaell Barns, Cuthbt. Stobbs, Henry Robinson, 
Willm. Mitchell, Cuthbt. Naiteby, Ambrose Edward, jun., 
Nicholas Baxter, George Baxtr, Robert Bowton, John 
Snayth, George Tompson, Thomas Harewood, Thomas 

16 He was baptized at Barnard Castle, 14 Sept., 1617. He married, 
firstly, Christian, dau. of Cuthbert Tlmrsby of Woolhouse, and, 
secondly, Margaret, dau. of Eobert Webster of Hartlepool, by whom he 
had isssue. He was bur. at Eggleston, 11 May, 1693. See pedigree 
of Sanderson, Surtees Soc., 118, pp. 35-42. 

17 1652/3, Mch. 15, Mr. Thomas Eose, bur. Barnard Castle Regs. 
18 1641/2, Mch. 18, Henry Kowlandson, bur. Barnard Castle Regs. 
19 1645, June 20, William Lively, bur. Barnard Castle Regs. 



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Bignell, Robt. Wilson, Matliew Devise, Thomas Sympson, 
Anthony Sympson, Thomas Emerson, Fardinando Hogg, 
George Greene, George Kerry son, Thomas Lordman, Robt. 
Lordmaii, Gyles Robinson, Raphe Newby, Ambrose 
Tompson, Ambrose Percivell, John Rownthwaite, Richard 
Alderson, Robt. Poitas, Robt. Richardson, Thomas wilson, 
Raphe Bland, Edward Marley, Thomas Tompson, John 
Walton, Thomas Walton, Christofer walton, Henry 
Teyler, John Dobson, Willm. Dobson, Thomas Harryson, 
Bartholomew Harewood, sen., John Emerson, Edward 
Leekcley, Willm. Dent, Robt. Dent, Reignold Fawcett, 
Thomas Browne. Willm. Appleby, Thomas watson, Gyles 
Dennyson, Ambrose Edward, Nicholas Glouer, George 
Hutchinsoii, John Watson, Francis Cowton, Edward 
Percivell, Peter C'olliiige. 

Itm in Street-lam & Stainton Talbott Bowes, Esq. 20 , 
Mr. Thomaas Bowes 1 , John Follensby, Thomas Buckle, 
Willm. Bayles, Robt. Arrowsmyth, Martin Rakestraw, 
Willm. Permylaw, Nicholas Curwen, John Warkcopp 2 , 
Mr. Thomas Warkcopp, Robt. Warkcopp, Rickard Appleby, 
michaell yarker, Thomas yarker, Arthur Topias, Talbott 
Topias, Cuthbt. Patty son, George Teyler, Ma the w Hutton, 
George Brownless, Willm. Baxter, John Teyler, Robert 
Bowton, Willm. Lodge, John Atkinson, George Bend, 
George Teyler, Thomas Teyler, John Shawe, John Hudson, 
John Rakestraw, John waller, George Baingbrigg, sen., 
Raphe Baingbrigg, Phillipp Baingbrigg, George Cowheard, 
Leoiierd Johnson, Richard Johnson, Ambrose Clerkson, 
James Hutchinsoii, George Ullocke, George Baiiigbrig"', 
jun., John Birkeld, James Bayles, John Braithwaite, John 
])ennysoii, Gryffyn Dennyson, Richard Atkinson, Willm. 
Robinson, James Robinson, Geo<rge Clerkson, John Brown- 
less, Robt. Coatesworth, George Vynt, James Peacocke, 
George Rakestrawe, Willm. Robinson, Raphe Nicholson, 
George Nicholson, Robt. Nicholson, Ambrose Dennyson, 
George Dennyson. 

Itm in Marwood John Mitchell, Charles Sanderson 3 , 
Christofer Sanderson 4 , Raphe Sympson, John Raine, Robert 
Garfoote, Ambrose Sympson, George Mitchell, Robert 
Mitchell, George Wilson, Ambrose Byncks, George Hodgson, 

20 1654, Dec. 6, Maister Talbot Bowes, bur. Barnard Castle Eegs. 

1 1660, Sept. 9, Mr. Thomas Bowes, bur. Barnard Castle Regs. For 
a pedioree of Bowes of Streatlam, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iv., pt. 2, 
p. 107. 

2 1666, Nov. 23, John Warcupp, Streatlam, bur. Barnard Castle 
Begs. 

3 1654, June 26, Mr. Charles Sanderson, bur. Barnard Castle Regs. 

1 See Surtees Society publications, vol. 118, pp. 35-42. 






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sen., George Hodgson, jun., John Hodgson, Willm. Dent, 
Anthony white, Francis Bolron, Raphe Bolron, Anthony 
Bayles, Robert Appleby, John Dent, Christofer Dent, 
Thomas Docker, Thomas Holmes, Cuthbt. Medcalfe, 
Barthlomew Medcalfe, Willm. wait on, Thomas Peake, 
"Willm. Barnes (?), John wilson, Thomas Ripley. 

Itm in Westwicke Mr. Thomas Morgan 5 , Morgan 
Rowlandson 6 , Thomas Coats, Oswold Vynt, Willm. Firby, 
Thomas S'mayles, Cuthbt. Dowthwaite, John Weatherell, 
George Saire, Henry Blenkosopp, Henry Appelby, Robert 
Rowlandson, George Appelby, Richard Swainston, Thomas 
whetston. Christofer Barns, Thomas Kiplinge, Brvan Dent, 
John Ullocke, Willm. Ullocke, Anthony Ullocke, John 
Smayles, Percivell Pynckney, Arthur Pynckney, Christofer 
Peele, Lionell Kiplinge, Christofer Newby, John Newby, 
Robt. Applebly, Willm. Appelby. 

The names of those that haue not taken the said 
protestation are : 

Mr. Willm. Bowes 7 , Briscoe Myres 8 , Thomas warkcopp, 
Willm. Pattyson, who being all gon fro home before wee 
receiued directions from o*r Justice to tender the said 
protestacoii, and they are not yet come home, but wee are 
assured they will be willing to take itt when it shall be 
tendered unto them ; not haueing one recusant in all or said 
Chapplery. 

This certificate made the xxvth day of February, 1641. 

Signed. Ministr ib dm : Gyles Foster 9 , Cunstables : 
Anthony Markiiidaill, William Whartoim, William 
Sowerby, Francis Hutchinson, Churchwards : Cuthbert 
Bayles, Cuthbert Rayiie, Willm. Atkinson, John Simpson, 
Ou seers of the poore : Ambrose Rayne, Ambrose Peele. 

BRANCEPETH.* 

(Written in two columns on narrow foolscap sheets sewn 
into a book of eight pages. Pages 6 and 7 are blank and 
page 8 contains the endorsement " Bransbeth Parishe " 
only.) (D.N.5.). 

5 1660, Apl. 13, Thomas Morgan, a younge man of Raby Castle, bur. 
Staindrop . 

6 1652, Oct. 23, Josuah, s. of Mr. Morgin Rowhnson, bur. Barnard 
Castle Regs. 

7 Bapt. at Richmond, 17 Sept., 1609. 

s 1638/9, Feb. 23, Brisco Myres and Mary Hutton, mar. Barnard 
Castle Regs. 

<J Giles Forster, curate of Barnard Castle, 1634, Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 85. 

* For an account of the parish of Brancepeth. see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 311, and Gen. H. C. Surtees, History of Brance- 
peth. 



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The names of all the Inhabitants wthin the parish of 
Braiicepeth who tooke ye protestacon. 

Brancepeth Mr. Willm. Fetherston, Nicho. Faudon, 
Jo. Suddick, Lancelot! Hodshon, Willm. Mason, Antlio. 
Wright, Samuell Moberley, Jo. Taller, Tho. Dowthwaite, 
Jo. Rickabie, Willm. Mason, sen., Bartho. Browne, Mar- 
tin Emerson, Willm. Dowthwaite, Henry Starford, Jo. 
Coleman, James Fuister, sen., Jo. Blenkinsopp, Willm. 
Brown, Eobt. Linley, Geo. Browne, Tho. Blunt, Edward 
Martin, Lancelot Hackforth, Antho. Farrow, sen., Jo. 
Adamson, Antho. Atkinson, Geo. Hackforth, Antho'. White, 
Charles Hackforth, Jo. Emerson, Jo. Hull, Eichard Biers, 
Geo. Jackson, Henry Mason, Richard Hull, Martin Wilson, 
Tho. Eoxbey, Eo. Barker, Willm. Mason, jun., Jo. Arrow- 
smith, Jo. Hull, jun., Ea. Dowthwaite, Jo. Pearson, Jo. 
Mason, sen., James Bellamy, Stephen C'lockey, Xpofer 
Forrest, Peter Mason, Ei. Hackforth, Xpofer Agnes, Jo. 
Witherop, Edward Lambert (53), Eichard westwood, Henry 
Gastell, Willm. Fuister, Edward Fuister, Geo. Kipling, 
Hugh Mason, sen., Willm. wright, Jo. Michell, Antho'. 
Patteson, Mathew Simpson, Jo. Farrow, Bartho. Burle- 
son, Antho. Carr, James Fuister, jun., Tho. White, 
Stephen Hackforth, Antho. Farrow, jun., Eichard Noble, 
Jo. Mason, jun., fil Henric, Willm. whitehead, Eaphe 
Newby, Michaell Mason, Tho. Hull, Willm. Hackforth, 
Eobt. Hedley, Hugh Mason, jun., Jo. Mason, jun., fil Hugo, 
Francis Michell, Jo. Mason, fils Johis Mason, Walter Bell, 
Edward Wright, Nicho Simpson, Ea. walker, Tho. Joplin, 
Martin Hartlie, Willm. Stout, Eobert Simpson, Tho. Bur- 
dey, Geo. Taller, Eaphe Hey (40). 

Stockley Nicho. Smith, sen., Nicho. Smith, jun., Jo>. 
Tyndall, Mark Hedley, Geo. Clarke, Nicho. Hull, Nicho. 
Porter, Tho. Pickering, Eichard Smith, Eo. Tyndall, 
Oswold Johnson, Edward Wilkinson, Jo. Thursbie, Eobt. 
Fletcher, Willm. Brack, Arthur Atkinson, Eichard Forrest, 
Cuthbt. Wilkinson, Eobt. White, Geo. Patteson, Heurie 
Bell, Jo. Boutflowre, Jo. Faudon, Charles Burnopp, Eobt. 
Follansby, Jo. Brantingha.m, Geo. Wilkinson, sen., Geo. 
Wilkinson, jun., Willm. Hargraue, Michaell Smith, Geo. 
Comming, Tho. Woodmas, Ea. Dowthwaite. Tho. Jackson, 
Eichcnrd Willoby, Eobt. Hawson, Simon Duxberry, Geo. 
Morrison, Jo. Hall, Tho. Hull, sen., Henry Hull, Tho. 
Hull, jun., Willm. Fawdon, Eichard Fawdon, Tho. Bran- 
tingham, Nicho. Fog'g-an, Tho. Colson, Eo. Liddell, Eo. 
Colson, Jo. Brack, 'Willm. Dowthwaite, Willm. Gaire, 
Michaell Patteson, Nicho. Fletcher, Eo. Follansby, jun. 
(55), John Black, Xpofer Harrison. 



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Tuddow Tho. Dowthwaite, Ra. Trewthitt, Jo. Dow- 
thwaite, Henry Sidgwick, Willm. Jackson, Geo. Lee, 
Willm. Coleman, Richard Walker, Mathew Hawell, 
Xpofer Heuiside, Geo. Sparke, Cutlibt. Rawe, Jo. Riohe- 
son, Henry Beckfeild, sen., Henry Beckfeild, jun., Geo. 
Lilburne, Kichard Steedman, Dennis Carter, Robt. Horner, 
Raph Dunn, Robt. Sparke, Henry Foster, Tho. Foster, 
Robt. Corner, Willm. Readhead, j'un., Raphe Bierley, 
Willm. Bierley, Jo. willey, Rowland Corner, Tho. 
Ewbanke, Jo. Sparke, Tho. walker, Cuthbt. Glenn, Jo. 
Lackenby, Jo. Lashe, Jo. Brack, Todderick Barker, Jo. 
Wilson, Tho. Harper, Willm. Richardson, Geo. Jackson, 
Michaell Jackson, Root. Carr, John Liddeli, Willm. Aude, 
Michaell Norman, Willm. Bell, Ambrose Bell (48). 

Brandon & Byshittles Peter Wright, Henrie Follansbie, 
James Chipchase, Ra. Miller, Richard Wright, Charles 
Rum ford, Phillip Atkinson, Richard Liddeli, Martin Rip- 
pon, Jo. Rackett, Geo. Smith, Tho. Dauison, Jo. Herrisoii, 
Willm. Wrangam, Jq,. Burdon, Jo. Gibson, Nicho. Briggs, 
Jo. Dixon, Ro. Whitfeild, Jo. Fuister, James Pleasington, 
Nicho. Brian, Jo. Browne, Tho. Browne, Willm. Wilkin- 
son, Geo. Skurfeild, Willm. Skurfeitd, Tho. Bell, Henry 
Eackett, Jo. Foster, Jo. B'usbie, Robt. Busl)ie, Humfrey 
Hopper, Wilfride Burleso>n, Jo. Hynd, Geo. Dowthwaite, 
Antho. Fawd'on, Edward Stout, Nicho. Stout, Richard 
Smith, Jo. Arcle, Jo. Vincent, Ra. Brantingham, Jo. 
Clarke, Jo. Tailer, Jo. Newton, Jo. Dixon, Ra. Fawdon, 
Jo. Mason, Tho. Pickering, Geo. Greene, Timothie Arcle 
(51), Tho. Burleson, Ra. Pinkney, jun., Jo. Pinkney, Ba. 
Pinkney, sen., Xpofer Walker, Francis Prior, Ro. Maier, 
Willm. Hopper, Tho. Bryan, Michaell Hull, Gabriel! Jack- 
son, Robt. Jackson, John Gelson. 

Willington Tho. Hopper, Willm. Iley, Geo. Iley, Jo. 
Bradley, Tho. 'Elstobb, Tho. Freind, John Freind, Jo. 
Browne, Jo. Parkin, Willm. Dobinson, sen., Willm. 
Dobinson, jun., Jo. Dobinson, Charles Pickering, Rowland 
Raw, Ro. Appleby, Martin Nicholson, Edward Metcalfe, 
Jo. Bowser, Jo. Tewer, Willm. Robinson, Jo. Robinson, 
Ra. Pickering), Antho 1 . Simpson, Mlartin Hull, Willm. 
Foster, Tho. Rudderforth, Tho. Brack, Humfrey Brack, 
Willm. Gowland, Rowland Wall, Jo. Dowthwaite, Geo. 
Dowthwaite, Nicho. Brack (46), Geo. Pearson, Stephen 
Dowthwaite, Geo. Walton, William Walton, Jo. Tailer. 

Helmedenrow Tho. Linsley, Willm. Blades, Nicho. 
Ushaw, Tho. Sickerwham, Tho. Rutter, Jo. Sickerwham, 
Mathew Tailer, Cuthbt. Jackson, Willm. Ridley, Tho. 
Carr, Jo. Trotter, Jo. Iley, Jo. Mare, Marke Jackson, Ro. 
Iley, Jo. Jackson, sen., Antho. Jackson, Geo. Kell, Andrew 



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Robinson, Willm. Archer, Niclio. Corny ng, Henry Chap- 
man, Michaell Chapman, Tho. Chapman, Ra. Freind, 
Henry Jackson, Tho. Jackson, Geo. Jackson, Eobt. Linsley, 
Jo. Jackson, jun., Tho. Jackson (36). 

Crooke & Billy row Tho. Johnson, sen., Tho. Johnson, 
jun., Richard Nicholson, Ro<. Nicholson, Tho. Hey, Jo. 
Hodshon, Cuthbt. Commyii, Cuthbt. Hodshon, Willm. 
Fawell, Henry Marshall, Xpofer Doue, Xpofer StoTy, 
Antho. Wren, Antho. Jackson, John Coward, sen., Jo. 
Coward, jiiii., Xpofer Wren, Willm. Wren, Martin Rip- 
pon, Xpofer Liddell, Jo. Liddell, Richard Collm, Jo. 
Licklie, Jo. Hixon, Tho. Trotter, Willm. Hodshon (26). 

The names of all those persons who refused to take the 
said protestacon being Recusants wthin the said parishe. 

John Potter, 'Jo. Sidgwick, Robt. Johnson, Tho. Clax- 
ton de willing-ton, Tho. Stott, Jo. Tailor, Robt. Tailor, 
Charles Tailor, James Grynwell, Robt. Grynwell, Willm. 
Gryiiwell, Antho. Myles, Geo. Tailor, Jo. Fawdon, Willm. 
Preston, Jo. Hutcheson, Nicho. Pickering, Tho. Claxton 
de Waterhouse, Nicho'. Catherick, Martin Gaire, Cuthbt. 
Briggs (21). 

The names of the officers who tooke the protestacon. 
Ministers: Mr. Tho. Lee 10 , Mr. Nicho. Cockey 10 , Church- 
wardens: Henrie Fawdon, Jo. Briggs, Tho. Grynwell, Jo. 
Bryan, Constables : James Hull, Jo. Fletcher, Antho. Jack- 
son, Thomas Hull, Ouerseers : Tho. Atkinson, Nicho. Fuis- 
ter, Bartho. Marshall, Humphrey Foster (14). 

COCKFIELD.* 

(Written in single column on both sides of a single 
sheet of foolscap folded breadthways.) (D.N.6.). 

The names of those yt haue taken the protestation in 
the parish of Cokfield the 28th day of feb. last past. 

Mr. Henry Rosse, George Arrowsmith, William Aude, 
Marke Gargraue, George Hubberthwaite 11 , GeOTge Brumley, 
John Parmeley, John Tayler, Raph Newbie, Thomas New- 
bie, Henry Cottes, John Clibourne, Charles Newbie, George 
Cottes, Jarret Preston, Robert Preston, William Dentt, 
Richard Dowthwaite, Tobie Tayler, Raph Bayles, Thomas 
Dowthwaite, John Elrington, Thomas Botchebie, Thomas 

10 These were probably curates to Dr. Cosin, who was likewise rector 
of Brancepeth, 1626, afterwards Bp. of Durham. Nicholas Cockey an 
octogenarian curate, was buried at B^ancepeth, 21 Apl., 1644. 

* For an account of the parish of Cockfield, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 282. 



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Shaw, Cuthbert Bowhorne, Mr. Thomas Dixon, William 
Jordan, William Sigswike, Christopher Lodge, James Watt, 
Thomas Noble, Gregorie Chambers, John Gastell, Nicholas 
Botchebie, Raph Aude, John Proctor, Robert Jefferson, 
William Chambers, Thomas Howe, Francis Lodge, Robert 
Lodge, William Rand, Roger Harding. 

(On back of sheet.) 

Raph Lodge, Henry Summer, Nicholas Lodge, John 
Pattesonn, Thomas Cowpus, William Lodge, Signed, 
rector Hide : Geo>. French 12 , Constables : George Lodge, 
John Sigwike, Churchwarden : Thomas watt, Ouerseer : 
John Sigwike. 

The names of those yt haue not taken the protestation 
in the parish o<f Cokfield. 

Thomas Wastell, William Walton, Christopher Cotes, 
Thomas Newbie. 

Signed, rector ibidei Geo. French, Constables: George 
Lodg, John Sigwike, Churchwarden : Thomas, watt, Ouer- 
seer, John Sigwike. 

CONISCLIFFE.* 

(Written in single column on the recto* side only of sheets 
of large foolscap folden and sewn into a narrow book of 12 
pages. Page 1 is endorsed " Coiiisclif Parish.") (D.N.7.). 

fabuarie 24, 1641. 

Thes parsons heareafter named haue taken the protesta- 
cion belonginge to the parish of Coiiisclif in the; Count ie 
of Durham. 

VicJcer 'of Oarruhsdif : William Richardson 13 , Church- 
wardens : William Veasye, James Stainsbe, Constabels : 
Richard Bell, Richard Brackenburie, Ouerseer for the 
powre : James Stainsbe, Nicholas Veasye, Nicholas 
Haddack, Peter Atkinson. John Ledam, John 

Duninge, Lanclot Ovington, Christofer Grethed, 
Cuthbart Potter, Thomas Grethed, William Waller, 
Robart Awd, John Haddack, Robart Haddack, 
John Skot, Lawrence Newton, John Atkinson, Robart 
Robinson, Cuthbart Middelton, Robart Heward, Tobie 
Wreay, Richard Elwin, Thomas Tideman, Robart Skot, 

11 Or Heblethwaite. The paper on which this list is written is of a 
soft texture and every entry has blotted. 

12 Geo. French, M.A., presented to the rectory of Cockfield, 1629. 

13 W. Kichardson, M.A., presented 1617, Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, 
p. 380. 

*For an account of the parish of Coniscliffe, see Surtees, Durham, 
iii, p. 378. 



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Richard Gibson, fraiicis Aislebe, John Hutton, John 
Veasye, John Gibson, Thomas Wode, George Alleson, 
Robart Watson, James Adde, Edward Bell, Thomas Gib- 
son, Christofer Thirkeld (41), John Hill, William fletcher, 
Edward Kneustop, John Watson, Richard Wort hey, 
Richard Stalkeld, John Grethed, Robart Dockley, John 
Robinson, Christofer Robinson, John Gibson, John Robson, 
Richard Ouswold, Christofer Browne, Bartholmew Herison, 
John Cokfeld, Roland Herison, Thomas Stedmaii, William 
Rontre, Christofer Salkeld, Nicholas North, John Jurdan, 
John Busbe, Thomas Garthoii, Fetter Robinson, Thomas 
Robinson, Thomas Maire, Christofer Herison, Robart Kel- 
sey, John Wilson, Robart finley, Mr. fraiicis Bowes 14 , gent., 
John Marshell, C'uthbart Heighiiigtoii, George Heighing- 
ton, John Simpson, Daniel Heighington, Robart Wilson, 
Thomas Betson, Thomas Gibson, George Heighington, 
Thomas Jackson (42), William Ouington, Robart Key, 
George Ro'binson, John Wod, John Richardson, John Bell, 
Richard Richardson, Christofer Veasy, Thomas Veasy, 
John Con. 

These parsons heare after named belongiiige to the 
parish of Conisclif in the countie of Dourham haue refused 
to take the protestacion. 

Lawreiic Copland, Nicholas Salkeld, Wi^i am Marie, 
Thomas Clark, William Hill, Heiirie Rimington, francis 
Thirkeld, Georg Horsman. Signed. Witnesses: Clers : 
willm. Richardson 15 , Nicholas Veasy, Churchwardens: 
William Veasy, James Stainsbe, Constables : Richard Bell, 
Richard Brakmburie 16 . 

(The remaining pages are blank.) 

DARLINGTON.* 

(Written in double columns on both sides of sheets of 
folio paper folded and sewn into a narrow volume. Page 1 
is endorsed " Darneton Parishe," and pages 2 and 10 to the 
end are blank.) (D.N.9.). 

The 24th of Februarie, 1641. 

A catologe of all the names of the inhabitants with in 
the Parrishe of Darlington which have subscribed to this 
protestation. 

"1697, Sept. 11, Francis Bowes, esquire, Thornton, bur. in the 
quire in Conscliffe Church. Conisclif e Registers. 

15 Appointed, 1st Apl., 1618. 

16 See pedigree of Brackenbury, Surtees, Durham, iv, 19. 

*For account of Darlington, see Longstaffe's History of Darlington; 
also Surtees, Durham, iii, p. 350. 



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I AB In the presence of Allmiglitie god promise vow 
and protest to maintaine and defende with my life power 
and estate as far as lawfullie I may the true reformed pro- 
testant religion expressed in the doctrine of the Church of 
England against all poperie and popish innovations with in 
this realme contrarie to the same doctrine and according to 
the dutie of mv allegeance to his Maties royall person honor 
and estate as allsoe the powers and priveledges of Parlaments 
the lawfull rights and liberties of subiects and everie person 
that maketh this protestation in what soever he shall do in 
lawfull pursueance of the same and to my power and as far 
as lawfullie I may I will oppose and by all good wayes & 
meanes endeauor to bring to condigne punishment all such 
as shall either by force practise councells plotts or con- 
spiracies or otherwise do any things to the contrarie of any 
thing contained in this prsent protestation, and further I 
shall in all iust and honorable wayes indeavOT to preserue 
the union and peace betwixt the thre Kingdomes of England, 
Scotland and Ireland, arid neither for hope feare or other 
respect shall relinquishe this promise vow and protestation. 

Ministers : Mr. Danyell Carwardine, Mr. Raiph Robin- 
son, Constables : John Sober, Henry Collinge, Ouswo>uld 
Fossit, Edward Hodshon, Christopher Raine, Thomas 
Gouldsbrough, Thomas Corneforth, Marmeduke willianison, 
John wilde, william Denham, OJiurchu'ardines : William 
Boore, Richard woode, Anthony Miller, Henry Collinge, 
Ouersears: Edward Hodshon, Cudbart Nicolson, Thomas 
Corneforth (19). 

The names of the other Parisheners of Darlington Mr. 
Thomas Barnes 17 , Thomas Emerson, Lawrence Emerson, 
Anthony Lawe, John Tood, John Hodshon, John Elgy, 
John Bell, Christopher Bell, Richard Pearson, Lancelote 
Applegarth, willam Helcot, John Helcot, francis Burdon, 
John Hickson, willam Hickson, willam Stainsby, John 
Pearson, Raiph Rutter, John Talorson, willam Taite, John 
Dickeson, John Stainsby, Cudbart Grainger, John Blaoke, 
willam Sober, Raiph Sober, Henry Collinge, Christopher 
Pearson, Thomas Middlton, Robart Hamestron, Richard 
Duninge, Richard Dawson, Thomas Gregory, John 
fedderston, willam watson, John Appelby, John Bradforth, 
Lancelot Hutcheson, Lawrence Hugh (40), francis Cuning- 
ham, Thomas wilson, Thomas wright, Robart Bowes, John 
Lumblay, Raiph Chipcese, Thomas Hugh, Richard Hugh, 
John Spedlinge, willam Haryson, Henry Smith, George 
Haemstron, Robart wilson, Thomas wilde, Rowland Atkin- 
son, John watson, John watson, John Hodshon, Adam 

17 For pedigree of Barnes, see Longstaffe's, History of Darlington, 
Ixxxi. 



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Hodson, Eignald Shaw, George Hugill, Thomas Busbe, 
Richard Robinson, George watson, willam waistell, willam 
Oustingto, Gregory Oustingto, Eobart Eobinson, willam 
Simpson, George Longstafe, Eichard Conne, willam Atkin- 
son, Giles white, Marmaduke Staple ton, Eobart Emerson, 
Cudbart Nicolson. John wilson, willam Boulemer, 
willam Deanham, Willam Harperly (40), Eobart Thomp- 
son, Thomas Thomson, Eichard Tho-mson, Christopher 
Gibson, Phillope Eaine, L-awrence Elgy, Phillope whorton, 
Christopher Cundill, Anthony Appleby, francis witton, 
Simon Haemstron, Thomas Dickeson, George Dickeson, 
francis Seamer, Ector Marke, Lawrence Marke, Sidericke 
Duninge, John Gregory, Peter Nicolson, Edward Nicolson, 
George Steauensoii, Eichard Steauenson, Ecke Coulterd, 
Anthony wilson, Thomas Bridgwell, John Haryson, william 
Charlesworth, Eichard Chaiiesworth, John Bacare, John 
Stainthrope, John Heuisid, Steuine Tennant, Thomas 
Edonne, Bleash Talor, Eaiph Nicolson, Ealph Collinge, 
John Collinge, Eichard Jolinson, Eichard Sober, Henry 
Appleby (40), Willam Bower, willam Dawson, Thomas 
Hatton, Cudbart Talor, willam Bower, Thomas Mower, 
willam Sober, John Tuton, Eaiph Bellymy, Eobart Crosby, 
Eaiph Nicolson, Eobart Gillery, John Becke, Eow r land 
wilson, willam Dennis, Adam Pratte, John Glouer, Edward 
Hall, Anthony Hall, Eichard Hall, Thomas Leadorn, willam 
Boyes, willam Bell, Nicollas Knott, George Haytoii, Michell 
Matesson, Thomas Talor, Thomas wilson, willam Manert, 
willam Eichison, Eoger Jewat, Eobart ward, John 
Hodshon, Henry Gretham, Christopher Nicolson, Thomas 
Vary, George Vary, Thomas Pearson, Eobart Simpson, 
John Pearson (40), Eoger Becroft, John Becroft, 
Oumphraw Hall, John Leiige, George Browne, sen., George 
Browne, jun., Jotn Brown, Lawrence Lawson, Henry 
watson, Eobart watson, Eichard Bel wood, Eaiph Stocdill, 
Thomas Lackinby, Vinson Hodgshon, Henry Boouth, Mr. 
Eobart Clar|ke, Oumphry Hall, Eichard Boyes, Thomas 
Dunn, Christopher Dunn, Henry Dune, Eobart Tolor, 
Eobart Santis, Thomas Burdon, Cudbart Appleby, Edmond 
Hodshon, Eobart Harrison, sen., Eobart Harrison, jun., 
Michell Brian, willam Hilton, Henry Bulloke, Eichard 
Boyes, Michell Shaw, william waistill, Henry Eichardson, 
william Paidge, Anthony Coulson, John Middleton, George 
Bowbancke, John Hirde, willam Priscote (41), Eichard 
Sober, Boulmer Priscot, Christopher Maison, Francis 
Akericke, Thomas Tuard, Eichard Lumley, Thomas Sadler, 
Francis Breckine, Nicollas Hodshon, Thomas wilson, Eobart 
Shaw, Henry Shaw, Eichard Hindson, John Bennat, John 
Eeade, Anthony Branson, John Collinge, Eichard Long- 



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strafe, Micliell Collinge, willam Jackson, Robart wilson, 
Robart Tliomson, Thomas Hull, Heniy Becroft, Anthony 
Eastgait, willam Gariiat, sen., willam Gariiat, jun., 
Lancelot Harrison, Richard Lorar, Raiph wilson, Robart 
Story, George Huily, willam Bellwod, Edward Clarson, 
Henry wilson, Anthony Scotte, Gabrill Procter, John 
Coulson, Robart Shaw, Philappe Tinckler, Robart Branson, 
Micliell Spence (42), Henry Branson, Christopher Robson, 
Thomas Rutter, Robart Rumbart, Mathew Smart, Simond 
Colliiige, Martine Greane, Rabart Coats, Henry Ackland, 
Thomas Clarvis, willam Clarvis, Edmond Blaiide, Richard 
Trusterum, willam wilson, Christopher Allinson, willam 
Robinson, John Garnat, GeOTge Mower, willam Hudson, 
Blease Shaw, Edward Shaw, Robart wilson, Anthony 
Alliugso'i] , Thomas Metcalfe, willam steauenson, Christopher 
souleby, Thomas Gallon, Henry Ridley, Henry Johnson, 
Nicollas Horseman, Henry Elstobe, Francis Ouswould, 
John steauenson, Thomas Simpson, JefEery Simpson, Eter 
Cowterd, Steauen woodill, Francis Simpson, willam Gatherd, 
Thomas Bridgwell, John Yaugham (41), Thomas Phynis, 
Mr. Edward Browne, Cudbart Hall, John Hall, Robart 
Thomson, Christopher Newton, willam walker, Lewas ward, 
Christopher Rumph.it, Richard ward, Raiph Milner, John 
Milner, Thomas kripe, Christopher Piburne, Robart 
Shippard, Michell Hall, Richard Parkinson, John Hudson, 
Samuell Leadom, willam Bee, John wilde, Thomas Mratt- 
inghain, willam Justis, Christopher warde, willam Sober, 
Nicollas walker, James Johnson, John Barnes, Henry 
Karter, Peter Raine, Jeffray Raine, John Smith, Archo 
Toode, willam Raine, James Outhet, John Turner, Thomas 
Turner, Roger Hutson, John Ouswould, John Marshall, 
Thomas Marshall, Lawrence Cathericke, Edward Richard- 
son, (43), Chudbart Elstob, John Smith, John Clifford, 
Ouswould Wilkinson, Robart woode, Michell Middleton, 
Thomas Dunwill, Lawrence Cathericke, Thomas Bell, 
Thomas Woorde, Christopher Miles, Anthony Tumdes, 
willam Sands, Edmond Sober, Raiph Blackwell, willam 
Mann, John Stainsby, Chudbart Strickland, Thomas 
Marshall, Francis Newby, Thomas Newby, Robart Stainsby, 
John Stainsby, Willam Lea, Willam Jackson, Thomas 
Parkinson, Mathew Thomson, John Thomson, Mathew 
Simpson, Thomas Robinson, Lawrence Stainsby, John 
Stainsby, George Readhed, Thomas Beasley, Willam 
Stainsby, John Robinson, Thomas Midforth, Robart Wilde, 
Richard Swier, Martine wildeman, Gregory Mason, George 
Hunter, Thomas Pibus, Henry waistill, Thomas waistill 
(45), Thomas Stainsby, Martine Stainsby, Christopher 
Robinson, Roger woodmas, William Gouldsbrough, Thomas 



84 

Robinson, Edward Horiisby, Christopher warkupp, Miles 
Bailes, John Dent, Chudbart Robinson, Francis Blacy 
Thomas Emerson, Thomas Mason, Eaiph Maison, willam 
Hodshon, George Lodge, John Dacke, John Spedlin, 
Robart James, willam Thomson, Christopher Tode, Marme- 
duke willamson, John Hanny, John Thomson, Thomas Gey, 
Roger watson, John Middleton, Robart Hall, Richard 
Denton, James Sample, Richard Corneforth, willam Corne- 
forth, John Corneforth, Thomas wharringtoii, Francis 
walker, Peter Bowbancke, Thomas Cawarde, willam ward, 
Christopher ward, Steven ward, Thomas ward, John 
Nateby, .willam Middleton, Toby Corker (45), Robert Scott 
(? Stott), John Jackson, John Dobson, willam Dobson, 
Thomas Bigott, John Swinbancke, Robart Dobson, John 
Dobson, Thomas Dobson, Henry Kearton, John Hall, 
Anthony Gouldsbrough, John Gouldsbrough, willam 
Tunstill, Lennard Robinson, Peter walker, Robart Kinke, 
willam Kinge, Thomas Smith, Thomas Johnson, George 
Robinson, Robart Preston, willam Tindell, Thomas 
Bleamire, John Langstrafe, Christopher whetson, Michell 
Ranson, willam Rotherum, John Langstrafe, Roger Lang- 
strafe, John Harrison, John Maisson, Henry Bayles, John 
Bayles, willam Robinson, John willamson, Robart Gray, 
Christopher Gray, willam Browne, Thomas wilkinson, 
Thomas wilkinson, Christopher Richardson, Henry wright 
(43), Thomas ILighthoirtie, Thomas Richardson, Simpnd 
watson, George Gordon, George Harrison, George Belte, 
Thomas Harrison, Cudbart Nicolson, John Helcot, Chris- 
topher Helcot, Anthony Harrison, Robart Carre, Lancelot 
Chapman, Ralph Hickson, John Sw^ane, Simond Giiford, 
Anthony Denham, George Story, willam Harrison, Robart 
Newton, Thomas Duison, Lennart Pilkinton, Thomas 
Mower, Willam Mower, George Robinson, Christopher 
Robinson, John Coulson, George Elstobe, Thomas Smith, 
Richard Bulloke, Ralph Eedon, Henry Morley, Christopher 
Ray, Willam Carre, Randill Armestronge, John Hannay, 
Richard Hewson (37). 

The names of those that are recusants and they that 
refuse to take this Protestation is ouer the Leafe. 

Thomas Morton, George Ricksoii, Robart warde, 
Richaird Morley, John Morley, (TeoTge Garnat, Gregory 
Quinton, Henry Emerson. Anthony Robinson, Charles 
Phillaps, Minister : De Darneton, Danyell Carwardin.* 

(Leaves off abruptly : the remainder of the book is 
blank.) 

* Daniel Carwardin of Co. Hereford, pleb. Christ Church, Oxford, 
matric. 9 Dec., 1619, aged 18, B.A., from New Inn Hall, 17 Feb., 
1622/3; M.A., from Brasenose College, 1 July, 1625; Yicar of Aycliffe 
1644-48; Vicar of Ealing, Middlesex, 1649. 



85 

DENTON.* 

(Written on one side of a single sheet of foolscap in four 
columns crosswise. The other side is endorsed " Denton 
parishe," and in pencil " Denton, Gainford parish.") 
(D.N.10.). 

The names and sir names of all such as have taken the 
protestation within the parish of Denton. 

The Towne of Denton Mr. George Tonge 18 , Mr. Cuth- 
bert Tonge 18 , Mr. Raph Tonge 18 , Richard Hobson, John 
wilkinson, George Hall, Thomas T'odd, Robert Riddinge, 
John Todd, Robert Allinson, John smelt, Christopher Todd, 
Francis Biglan, Henry Wild, John Darnton, Richard Sigs- 
wicke, Cuthbert Thomson, John Carlile, Mr. Henry Mar- 
shall, mathew smithson, Robert Rawlin, Anthony Bell, 
George wright, Thomas Hutch in son, Robert Darnton, 
Richard Goodson, William Biglan, Raph Sigswick, William 
Sigswicke (29). 

The Towne of Houghton John Simpson, Christopher 
Burden, John whitfeild, John Lawson, Thomas Hall, 
Roger whitfeild, Rowland Bayliffe, Thomas Burden, 
George Aude, Robert Shawter, william Darnton, Georg 
Rouiithwaite, John wright, Roger simpson, william Sher- 
iiigton, Rich, wright, Robert Burden, John Shawter, John 
Denham, sen., Christopher Lodge (20). 

The names of those that haue refused to take the pro- 
testation within the parish of Denton. 

Of the towne of Denton Peter Sampson, pap. 

Of the Towne of Houghton Christopher Lodge 19 , John 
Denham 19 , jun., Pap., John Denham, jun., Pap., William 
Denham, Pap., william Branson, Pap., Robert Denham, 
Pap., Robert Denham, Pap. (6). 

For Testimoiiie of wch we the minister and Cunstables 
and Churchwardens, haue sett too our hands Febb. 27, 
1641. Viccar: Robert Fawcett 20 , Churchward: Georg Run- 
thwaite, Ciinstable fy Churchwardn : Richard Sigswicke. 

18 For notes of the family of Tong and their property in Denton, see 
Surtees iv, pt. 2, p. 2; also pedigree, p. 4. 

19 These two names are blacked out with ink : the second is repeated 
and left standing in the MS. 

20 Robt. Fawcett, M.A., was appointed perpetual curate of Denton, 
1640, Surtees, Durham, iv, pt. 2, p. d; he was previously curate of 
Stanhope, 1627. 

*For an account of the chapelry. of Denton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iv, pt. 1, p. 1. 



86 

GAINFORD.* 

(Written in single columns on small quarto sheets folded 
into two forming a pamphlet of 1C pages. Endorsed on last 
page, "Gainford Parishe.") (D.N.1L). 

24to Feb. Ano regin Caroli Dei gratia Anglise Sc. regis 
17mo. 

The Names of such House holders and other Inhabitants 
wt in the parish of Gainford as tooke the Protestation As 
also, the Names of such, as after publike notice geven 
refused to come to take it, by Absentinge themselves 

The names of such as voluntarily tooke it. 

Mr. John Brakenbury 1 , Esq., Mr. Henry Draper 2 , 
gentl., Mr.Tiniothee Draper 3 , gent., Mr. John Garth 4 , gent., 
Mr. Lanclott Lancaster, Mr. Henry Lancaster 5 , William 
myles, Rich. Bainbrigge, Wm. Robinson, Christof. 
Bleiikinshoppe, Wm. Elstobbe, John Attkinson, Robt. 
Archer, George Dent, Willm. Saywer (? Sayuer), John 
Spenser, Rich. Goodbwin, Peter Burrell, Gilbert Lambert, 
Willm. Garth, Christof er Bucton, Rich. Benson, George 
Hill, Henry moore, Robert Dent, Ambrose Elwin, Rich. 
Elwin, Persevell Elwin, Willm. Elwin (29), William Man, 
Robert Robinson, Cuth. Fawden, Tho. Fawden, Geo. 
parkin, John parkin, Edw. Hodgen, Rich. Smyth, Wm. 
Bowbanke, Tho. Bowbanke, Leonard Bowbanke, Tho. 
Cusse, Henry Moore, Edw. punchin, Rowland Lanchester, 
Henry Scafe, Tho. Hildred, John Carter, Wm. Carter, 
James T'allentyres, Willm. Wilson, John Gibson, John 
Smyth, Tho. Cowlin, John middleton, Rpbt. Peryth, will. 
Simson, John watson, John Dacke, Willm. wall, Nich. 
Walbanke, Tho. Walbanke, Henry Lawson, Tho. Harrison, 
Rich. Cowlin, Henry Crosby, Robt. Gifferson, Plato 
Williamson (38), John Wilson, Rowland white, Robt. 
Tinkler, Geo. pearson, John masham, Wm. whelton, John 
walker, Geo. walbanke, Rich. Sowreby, Robt. Sowreby, 
John Simson, sen., John Simson, jun., John Shawter, 
Willm. Shawter, Geo. Trotter, Christof. Stainbanke, Tho. 

1 For pedigree of Brackenbury of Selaby, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iv, pt. 2, p. 19. 

2 1636, Apl. 24, Mr. Henry Draper and Ellin Merrington, widow, 
married, Gainford Regs. 

For pedigree of Draper of Headlam, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iv, 
pt. 2, p. 31. 

4 For pedigree of Garth of Headlam, see Surtees, Durham iv, pt. 2, 
p. 28; Walbran, History of Gainford, 110, 111. 

5 Buried at Gainford, 19 Sept., 1658. 

* An account of the parish of Gainford, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iv, pt. I, p. 8. 



87 

Dent, matt. Dent, Rich. Garth, Luke Finley, John 
Finley, Myles Bowsfeild, John Wrangham, Willm. Smith, 
Simon Wrangham, John Cowheard, Christof. Sigswicke, 
wm. Richardson, wm. Garinison, Geo. Dintte, Robt. 
nicholson, AVm. Vicarres, James Barns, John Kiplin, 
John Bell, Willm. whetston, John Garmison, Edw. Craiord, 
Cuth. proctor, Geo. Steele (40), matthew Elwin, John 
Lockson, wm. Stodart, Cuth. Burrell, James Richardson, 
Edw. Rayn, Rich. Rayn, John Robson, John Allinson, 
Raphe Turner, John Turner, John Wethereld, John Boad, 
Wm. Stodart, John Hood, Tho. Hood, Wm. Atkinson, 
Francis Allen, Henry Eden, Edw. Eden, peter Carter, Geo. 
Carter, Wm. Joyner, Tho. pearson, John Simson, Willm. 
Simson, persevell Simson, Rich. Walbanke, Robt. 
patteson, Anth. wastall, Christof. Smyth, Lanclott Watson, 
Tho. Vicars, Henry Weathereld, peter Wilson, Anth. 
Wade, Wm. Stokell, Tho. Smyth (38), Peter Abbotte, 
Henry persevell, Raphe Wilburn, Cuth. Humble, Jame 
pyburn, willm. Craford, matt. Langton, willm. Simson, 
willm. Simson, jun., John Lang-ton, Tho. Wilburn, Edw. 
Tinkler, Francis Blakeston, Jo. Cowlin, Robt. Hutton, 
Tho. Staueley, Rofat. Jackson, william Rounthate, 
nicholas Watson, John Goodson, Tho. Hutton, Willm. 
Burrell, Francis Goundry, Willm. morion, Tho. Dawson, 
jun., Ninion Langstaife, Robt. Smyth, Henry Hudsmaugh, 
John Harrison, Edw. Whitfeild, John Gainford, Edw. 
Rounthate, John Rounthate, Geo. Rounthate, Roland 
Atkinson, Tho. Hall, John Jack'son, John Featom, John 
Dockley (39), William Wordy e, John parlour, William 
Erring-ton, Ro'bt. masham, John Taylour, Cuth. spenser, 
Christo. Tomson, Lanclott Stodart, Bartle Bynkes, Raphe 
Singleton, Henry Spenser, william pert, Robt. white, 
Henry Card, Robt. Bryan, John Carltoii, Willm. Taylour, 
Thomas Bynnion, John Smyth, Willm. Simson, Tho. 
moorecocke, willm. Towler, Robt. Spenser, Henry Spenser, 
Raphe Spenser, Rich. Stubbes, Charles Cowlin, Christof. 
Smyth, Wm. Joeksoii, John Afery 6 , Tho. Simson, Sam 
Binkes, Roger Walker, Wm. Shaw, Henry Shaw, 
John 7 Afery (Ascrey), Tho. Errington, peter Taylor (38), 
Mr. Tho. Birkbecke 8 , gent., Rich, morton, Tho. messinger, 
Vincent Granger, Raphe Tinkler, Tho. English, Oliver 
Trottter, Roger Taylor, John 'Taylor, Willm. Sotheren, 
John Sotheren, Tho. Taylor, Tho. Gill, Simon Lawson, 

6 Ascry. Sometimes called Askill or As^ill. 
7 " Fra " struck out and John written over. 

8 For a pedigree of Birkbecke of Morton Tynemouth, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iv. pt 2, p. 25. 



88 

Tho. Crafprd, Anth. Jackson, Rich. Goundry, Robt. Kidde, 
Geo. Robinson, Geo. Taylour, Tho. martyn, Edw. Taylouiv 
Geo. Robson, Tho. Robson, John Robinson, John Goundry, 
Wm. Craford, Anth. Tinkler, C'hristofer Robinson, Win. 
Bradforth, Willm. Ilee, John Wrangham, John Bain- 
brigge, Edw. Wrangham, Humphrey Coward, John 
Coward, Raphe Lawson (37), John Alwain, Wm. Souleby > 
Sam Bradshaw, Raphe Bayles, Tho. Stubbes, John Waugh, 
Lanclott Shawter, Wm. Shawter, Raphe Lawson, John 
Greasham, Francis Afery (ascry), Henry Wethereld, Sain 
Wood 9 , George Cockfeild 9 (12). 

These fore named persons tooke the protestation before 
us according to the Order who haue formally taken it. 

Curate : Robt. Burr ell, Constables : John Eden, Raphe 
Carter*, Rich. Steele, Rich, white, John Trotter, 
Oil seers of ye poore : John Swainston, John Trotter, Wm. 
Shaw*, Raphe Carter, Lanclott Wethereld 10 , Cliurchiv. : 
Roland white, John Trotter (11). 

The Names of such as are Delinquents in this kinde. 

Win. morton, michael morton, Geo. morion, Bryan 
Gibson, Peter Walbanke, John Walbaiike, Francis Ripley, 
William Sisson, John Hildred, nicholas Hildred, Francis 
Jobber, Sam Wood 11 , Geo. Cockfeild 11 , Tho. Dawson 
coblar (12). 

Testantibus. Curat : Robto. Burrell. John Eden, 
Rich. Steele, Rich, white, John Trotter, John Swainston, 
Raphe Carter, Lanclott wethereld, Roland white, John 
Sissoii, Francis Shaw. 

(The remainder of the pages are blank.) 

HAMSTERLEY.t 

(Written in single columns 011 foolscap sheets folded 
double into a narrow book of 16 pages.) (D.N.12.). 

Hamsterley parish the names and sirnames of all which 
hath taken this Oath of religion. 

In prim Johan Dunkan, curet* 12 , Hamsterley parishe, 
wthin the dioces of Durham. 

9 These two names are written very faintly as though added last 
and quickly dried. They are not included in the "12." 

10 Not included in either bracket. 
"These two names struck out. See ante, note 9. 
12 Appointed 1633; buried at Hamsterley, 7 Sept., 1643. 
* Struck out in the MS. 

t For an account of the parish of Hamsterley, see Hutchinson> 
Durham, iii, p. 308. 



89 

The names and Surnames of all tlios that have taken 
this protestation Accordingly as they are Required. 
Hamsterley parishe wthin the Diocesse of Durham. 

Curat : John Dunkan 12 , Constable* : Thomas White, John 
Dowson, Samuell Grenwell, Clriircli ir. : Thomas White, 
Henry Hall, Thomas Sanderson, Overseers : Henry Richard- 
son, Christopher Huntershell, Robert Grinwell, Parishe 
Clearke: William Hodgson. John Crawe, Thomas Wil- 
bourne, Georg Heron, Thomas White, jun., Peter Nat- 
trisse, Georg .Blackitt, William Gibbon, sen., Christopher 
Gibbon, Raphe Gibbon, William Gibbon, jun., William 
Lindsley, David Watson, Robert Rose, Leonard Maddyson, 
William Dixon, Henry Follansby, gent., Robert Follansby, 

Smt., Thomas Gibbon (29*), Christopher Trotter, William 
uiikan, Michell Pattinson, Henry Moore, John Robson, 
Richard Cole, William Cole, Christopher Cole, Henry Cole, 
Raphe Cole, John Maire, Christopher Pattinson, Raphe 
Jackson, William Nattrisse, Cuthbeart Nattrisse, Cuth- 
beart Lowishe, William Blackitt, Christopher Blackitt, 
John Dixon, William Maddyson, Stephen Sanderson, sen., 
John Emerson, Christopher Per kin, Anthony Dobbyiison, 
John Wigginn/ Robert Nattrisse, Georg Emerson, Henry 
Peirson, John Hodgson, John Todd, Christopher Pinckiiey, 
John Nattrisse, Christopher Hodgson .-(33), John Hester, 
gent., Henry Blackitt, William Walton, Robert Dowson, 
Peter Maddyson, John Watson, Thomas Symeson, 
W T illiam Symeson, Raph Walton, William Walton, 
Anthony Hodgson, William Dowson, Raphe Watson, 
William Bradley, John Richardson, Thomas Hall, 
John Permeley, jun., Robert Ramshawe, John Sidgwicke, 
Henry Atkinson, William Walton, Thomas Atkinson, 
Richard Atkinson, Christopher Blackitt, jun., Henry 
Dickinson, William Dickinson, Christopher Dobbynson, 
John Langhorne, Robert Hodgson, John Blackitt, Jerritt 
Stokelt, sen., Cuthbeart Stokeltt, William Stokeltt, Jerritt, 
Stokelt, jun. (34), John Co-nipt on, Hughe Hawden, John 
Permeley, sen., Richard Permeley, Bryan Permeley, 
Thomas Lowrey, Anthony Hodgson, William Laybourne, 
William Langhorne, William Dowson, jun., Robert Wal- 
ton, Michell Walton, Richard Walton, jun., Richard 
Steley, Gregory Steley, Thomas Dowson, Thomas Perme- 
ley, John Chapman, Bryan Todd, Hugh Hodgson, Stephen 
Sanderson, jun., John Emerson, jun., Raphe Ratchester, 
Hughe Garthroiie, William Walton, sen., Thomas Howe, 
Henry Stabler, John Jackson, Christopher Dixon, Nichol- 
los Chapman, Percevell Blackitt, Anthony Garthrone, 

12 Appointed 1633; buried at Hamsterley, 7 Sept., 1643. 

* The numbers in this document are added throughout in pencil. 



90 

Thomas Shadworth (33), William Robbynson, Georg" Linds- 
ley, John Hodgson, jun.. William Preston, Rowland Todd, 
Samuell Grin well, sen., Georg Hodgson, Raphe Hodgson, 
jun., Robert Dent, Raphe Hodgson, sen., John Hawden, 
Robert Bradley, William Johnson, sen., William Johnson, 
jun., Thomas Grinwell, Peter Hodgson, Christopher 
Robbynson, sen., Richard Walton, William Grinwell, 
Robert Browne, Christopher Robbynson, jun., Robert 
Wilde, Henry Bell, William Robbynson, Moses Newbey, 
John Grinwell, John Blackitt, jun., William Maddyson, 
sen., Raphe Stephenson, Thomas Gibbon, John Bradley, 
Raphe Bradley, Raphe Hodgson, William Spedling (34), 
Thomas Hodgson, Willm. Johnson, sen., Jurat 13 , Charles 
Hodgson, John Wilson, Robert White, Robert Purbane 
(? Purbace), William Rose, Robert Hodgson, jun., Georg 
Vickers, Lancelott Freeke, John Wodd, Thomas Maddy- 
son, Edward Maddyson, Hughe Blackitt, William Sympson, 
Tobye Hudspeath, Robert Yarr, William Slacke, John 
Yarr, jun., Michell Perking, William Perking, Georg 
Potter, Thomas Hodgson (22, 176). 

Curnt: John Dunkan 14 ; Constables; Thomas White, 
John Dowson, S'amell Grenwell, Churchw. : Thomas White, 
Henry Hall, Thomas Sanderson, Overseers : Henry Richard- 
son, Christopher Huntershell, Robert Grinwell. 

The names and Surnames of all thos that Refuseth or 
Denyeth to take the protestation Accordinly as they are 
Required. 

In Prirms James metcalf, gent., Turistall Toyes, 
Robert Peirson, John Apleby, sen., Michell Apleby, John 
Apleby, jun., Anthony Apleby, John Yarr, sen., William 
Dobbynson, Rowland Robbson, Christopher Walton (11). 

(Then follow the names of the curate, constables, 
churchwardens and overseers in exact repetition O'f the order 
given above. 

(The remaining pages are blank.) 



HAUGHTON* 

(Written in single column on small octavo scraps of 
paper sewn together with thin string to form a pamphlet 

13 This name is struck out but the word " Jurat " is left standing 1 
in MS. 

14 Buried at Hamsterley, 7 Sept., 1643. 

* For an account of the part of the parish of Haughton-le-Skerne, 
which lies in Stockton Ward, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 265. That 
portion which is in Darlington Ward is given on p. 336 of same volume. 



91 

of 14 pages. Page 1 is endorsed " The Names of such as 
haue taken or refused the Protestation in Haughton 
Parish.") (D.N.13.). 

Dr. Eleazer Duncon 15 , protested. 

The Names of the Inhabitants of Haughton Towne. 

Mr. John Gyll 16 , protested, William Johnson, p., 
William Bullock, p., Christopher Tompson, p., John 
Erith, p., Robert Simson, p., William Ay re, p., Adam 
Harrison, p., Thomas Harrison, p., Christopher Harrison, 
p., Robert Stellin, p., William Mason, p., William 
Watson, p., Christopher Newton, p., William 
Anysley, p., John Smith (17), Thomas Akers, p., Robert 
Robinson, p., William Robinson, p., John Gyll, p., 
Anthony Robinson of Cockerton, p., Brian Clarke, p., 
Thomas Messenger, p., Anthony Hansonie, p., Roger 
Hickson, p., Edward Dickon, p., Os wain Colinwood, p., 
John Colinwood, p., Thomas Yule, p., Thomas Peacock, 
p., George Hod son, p., Anthony Alderson, p., Edward 
Moore, p., Ralph Ward, p., Henry Turner, p. (19*), 
Thomas Turner, p., Stephen Richardson, p., Thomas 
Ariholrne, p : , Thomas Weistell, p., William Weistel, p., 
Thomas Stainforth, p. (? Staniforth), Robert Powler, p., 
Richard Stainforth, p. (? Staniforth), John Brian, p., 
Thomas Justice, p., Christopher Justice, p., George 
Justice, 'p., Nicholas Turner, p., George Thompson, p., 
Stephen Hunter, p., Christopher Johnson, p., William 
wheelho'use, p., Hugh Simson, sen., p., John Simson, p., 
Brian Simson, p., Rowland Browne, p. t Thomas Browne, 
p., John Bucer, p., John Ariholme, p., Robert Sitils, p. y 
John Taylor, p., John Metcalfe, p., Thomas Manser, sen., 
p., Thomas Manser, jun., p., Robert Kedling, p., William 
young, ??., Cuthbert Gray, p., Robert Grayf, Christopher 
Harrison, p. 

Haughton feild Wm. Lambton 17 , Esq., p., John 
Killinghall 18 , Esq., p., Nicholas Chaytor 19 , Esq., at 

15 Fellow of Pembroke Fall, Cambridge, D.D., 1633, Preb. of 5th 
Stall, Durham, 1627, Preb. of Winchester, 1629, Preb. of Knaresborough 
in York Cathedral, 1640, Rector of Haughton, 1633, Chaplain to Charles 
I., died in exile, 1650. 

18 See pedigree of Gyll of Haughton-le-Skerne, Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iii., p. 338. 

17 See pedigree of Lambton, Surtees, Durham, iii, 62. 
ls Bur. Middleton St. George, 30 Jan., 1651, see pedigree of 
Killinghall, Surtees, Durham, iii, 223. 

19 Of Butterby, bapt. 6 Dec., 1608, mar. Ann, dau. of William 
Lambton, died, 10 Feb., 1665, at Croft (father of Sir William Chaytor, 
created a Baronet, 28 June, 1671). Longstaffe Darlington. 

* The names are not numbered after tnis page in MS. 
f Struck out in MS. 



92 

London, John Forwood, p., John Taylerson, p., John 
Ridley, p., William Mantle, p., Richard walls, p., John 
Greene*, Richard Hornsby, p., Henry Bart ram, absent^ 
Eichard Cowleman, p. 

Great Burden Richard Arcle, p., Nicholas Tompson, 
p., Thomas Gibson, p., Robert Duckett, ^>., William 
Whitfeild, p., Christopher Wilkinson, p., John Stainsby, 

., John Hickson, p., William Bullock, p., Sylvester 
eecli, p. 

Litle Burden Anthony Allinson, >., John Sober, p., 
William Cowle, p. 

Morton Edward walker, p., Anthony Robinson, p., 
Matthew Brackinbury, p., George Neele, p. 

Skirningham Richard Wales, p., William Wales, p., 
Thomas Michel, p., Robert Wilson ? p., Robert Townsend. 
p., John Raw, p. 

Barmton Anthony Sigswick, p., Anthony Robinson, 
p., William Tomson, p., Cuthbert Race, p., Richard 
Hickson, p., Thomas Waugh, p., miles Busby, p., 
William Humfrey, p. 

Beamount-h.il! George Bellamy, p., James Spinkney, 
p., John Culley 20 , p., Richard Darnton, p., Richard 
Butterick, p., Edward Allinson, p., William Great- 
head, p. 

Whessoe Thomas Heddon, p., George Heddon, p., 
Lawrence Heddon, p., John Heddon, p., Thomas Weistel, 
p., Christopher Allinson, p., Thomas Allinson, p., Richard 
Johnson, p., John Clarkson, p., William Clarkson, p., 
Henry Russel, p., Thomas Todd, p., George Person, p., 
Francis Parker, p., William Wharrington, p., John 
Alexander, #>., William Alexander, p., Bartholomew 
Williamson, p., Ralph Atchinsoii, p., Thomas Emmerson, 
absent, John Cbuper, >. 

The names of the Inhabitants of Gotham who have 
protested. 

Ootham-Mundevill Mr. Thomas Tonstall 1 , p., Toby 
Tonstall 1 , p., William Tonstall 1 , p., William Pallaser, p., 
Michael Lambe, p., William Nickson, p., Richard Sample, 

., Toby Heighington 2 , p., Thomas Wrey, p., Thomas 
erran, p., Thomas Ouirman, p., Thomas Jones, p., John 

20 Probably an ancestor of the Galley's of Coupland Castle, see 
pedigree, new History of Northumberland, vol. xi, p. 224. 

1 For a pedigree of Tunstall of Cotham-Mundeville, see Surtees, 
Durham, iii, 272. 

2 For a pedigree of Heighington of Greystones, see Surtees, 
Durham, iii, p. 275. 

* Struck out in MS 



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Sockbume, p., John Welfoot, p., Thomas Wilson, p., 
Clement Nicholson, p., Thomas Lodge, Mr. John Jackson 3 , 
p., Martin Deenham, p., John Hodgshon, p., Richard 
Arrowsmith, p., Anthony Arrowsmith, p., Thomas 
Muiiday, p. 

Graystones John Kitchin, p., Francis Mawer, p., 
Barnard Todd, p., Michael Pattison, p., Francis West, p., 
John Goodwell, p., Roger Lickbarrow, p. 

The Names of such as refused the Protestation. 

Francis Killinghall 4 , Brian Daker, Peter Boad, Matthew 
Smith, John Greenwell, Minister : Nicholas Swinborn, 
Churchwardens: William Leigh, Hugh Simson, jun., 
Overseers : Christopher Dickon, John Butterick, Constables : 
Bartholomew Weistel, Laurence Stainsby, Valentine 
Browne. 



HEIGHINGTON.* 

(Written in double column on one side of the sheet only 
in a foolscap pamphlet of eight pages. Endorsed on the 
back of the last page " Heighinton Parishe.") (D.N.14.). 

A Trewe note of all the names of the Inhabitants of the 
parish e of Heighington wthin the Countie of Durham. 
Both who ha'ue Taken And Refuse to take the Protestation 
Comannded by the Lords and House of Commons. 

Imprimis Protestants Vicar: Mr. James moorecrofte^, 
Curate : Mr. John Bowes, Thomas Holmes, John Gibsonne, 
Parsiuell Hobson, Willm. Morley, Thomas Albonne, John 
Crosley, Edward Fewler, John Northe, the Elder, Richard 
Northe, Parciuell Teale, Thomas Skaife,. Willm. Skaife, 
Richard Robinson, Francis Mitchell, Gilbert Robinson, 
Edward Towers, George Moirley, Christopher Stampe, 
Georg 1 Shawter, Willm. Bailes, Lancelott Martin, Willm. 
Robinson, John Parnabie, Robert Wilkinson, Richard 
Dobson, Roger Bulman, John Newton, the Elder, John 
Newton, the younger, Diones He>rrison, John Lawsonne, 
Willm. Rumffett, the Elder, Edward Rumfett, Henry 
Atkinson, Peter Hughe, Roger Prierstman, John Atkinson 
(38), Anthonie Atkinson, John Nicksonne, John Craw- 

3 For a pedigree of Jackson of Cotham-Mundevill, see Surtees, 
Durham, iii, p. 271. 

4 For a pedigree of Killinghall, see Surtees, Durham, iii, 223. 

5 He was son of the Kev. Ferdinando Moorcroft, master of Greatham 
Hospital; bapt. 20 May, 1616, at Greatham, buried at Heighington, 
11 Nov., 1644. See pedigree of Moorcroft, Surtees, Durham, iii, 415. 

* For an account of the parish of Heighington, see Surtees Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 303. 



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fertile, Cuthbert Burrell, John Keartonne, Anthonie Home, 
George Northe, Marke Hobson, Nicholas Hobson, Thomas 
Heighingtoii, John Northe, the yonger, Thomas Wilde, 
Willm. Cooke, Willm. Fletham, Thomas Fletham, John 
Maisonne, Robert Simpsonne, Hercules Pickringe, Georg* 
Butter, Willm. Miller, Dauid W^illsonne, Edward Meesum, 
Georg Meesum, Willm. Rumfett, the yonger, Richard 
Blurthorne, Henry Heighington, Cuthbart Whitfield, 
Abraham Wilkinson, Georg Bailes, Miles Anderson, 
Thomas Kendall, Humfrey Wasse, Robert Robesonne, 
James Carre, Willm. Wilde, Anthonie Airy holme, James 
Simpsonne (37). 

Protestants Mr. Christopher Byerley 6 , Mr. Anthonie 
Byerley 6 , Mr. Gilbert Wilbore 7 , John Todd, Willm. 
Blackett, Francis Coates, Willm. Gibsonne, Georg Well- 
foott, Robert Kaye, Timothy e Vicars, George Wannde, 
Andrew Byerley, Richard Kearton, Richard Mawer, George 
Watsonne, Martin Richmond, John Richmond, Christopher 
Richmond, James Richmond, Edward Linn, Christopher 
Linn, Richard Cock, John Swinburne, Thomas White, sen., 
Thomas White, jun., James Trotter, Thomas Martin, Bartle 
Reaye, Willm. Welfoott, Raphe Hardin, Willm. Dobsonne, 
Thomas Dobsonne, Robert Dobsonne, Richard Dobson, 
Cuthbart Simpson, John Welfoott, Robert Todd (37), 
Nicholas Robinson, Hughe Watsonne, John Pearson , 
Georg Gibson, Willm. Cooke, Thomas Dobson, Willm. 
Audwood, Raphe Swinbanke, John Swiiibanke, Simond 
Herrison, Willm. Simpson, Willm. Robsonne, Robert 
Bell, John Emerson, Mr. Georg Crosier 8 , sen., Mr. Georg 
Crosier 8 , jun., George Swinburne, Raphe Swinbanke, 
Richard Craggs, John Stevenson, Anthonie Murt-on, 
Christopher Lambe, Lowrance Greathead, Raphe Bain- 
bridge, Willm. Crawe, John Wainman, Rowland Fawcett, 
John Backster, John Pilk'ington, John Denham, Willm. 
Dawson, sen., Willm. Dawson, jun., Umphrey Robson, 
Willm. Burden, John Burden, Willm. Whitfield (36), Mr. 

6 Christopher Byerley was buried at Heighington, 4 Apl., 1655," 
Anthony was buried, 22 Apl., 1667. For account see pedigree of 
Byerley, Surtees, Durham, iii, 313. 

7 Gilbert Wilbore succeeded Moorcroft as vicar and was buried, 
21 July, 1661, see Surtees, Durham, iii, p. 307n. He mar. Francis, 
widow of James Moorcroft, who, with her father-in-law, Ferdinando 

Moorcroft, prebend, of Durham, was 'party to settlement of lands in 
School Aycliffe in 1669, see Surtees, iii, p. 415. 

8 George Crosier, sen. was buried at Heighington, 19 Dec., 1669, aged 
88 years. 1717/18, Feb. 24, Mr. George Crosier of Newbiggin, buried at 

Heighington. For pedigree of Crosier of Newbiggin, see Surtees, 
Durham, iii, p. 310. 



95 

Christopher Gaines 9 , Francis Gaines, Thomas Thursbie, 
"Willm. Thursbie, John Thursbie, Tobye Thursbie, Willm. 
Wilkinson, Willm. Colemore, Michaell Fainicke, Thomas 
Fainick, James Anderson, Charles Adamson, Thomas Gib- 
sonne, Willm. Browne, Francis Hilton, Gabriell Newbie, 
Willm. Barker, John Hutcheson, Robert Moscroft, Nicho- 
las Roper, Cuthbart Cheasbrough, Thomas Applebie, Henry 
Bainbridge, Cuthbart Smithe, John Wharrington, Georg 
Middleton, John M'urton, Cuthbart Crawforth, Edward 
Alwin, Willm. Stobbs, Willm. Nattris, Thomas Nattris, 
Christopher Armstrong, Cuthbart Leye, Thomas Cowlepas, 
John Clarke (36), Robert Sinrpsonne-, Mathew Sha.wter, 
Thomas Chelldray, Willm. Garthe, James Crawforth, John 
Garthe, Georg Arrowsmith, Samuell Kiplin, John Cawsie, 
John Clarke, John Barrowes, Henry Litster, Samuell Grim- 
shaw, John Grimshaw, Thomas Steuenson, Christopher 
Herrison, John Herrison, Willm. Watt, Allain F idler, John 
Jackson, Georg'e Emerson, Qeorge Jackson, Thomas 
Allison (23). 

Recusants Mr. John Jennison 10 , sen., Mr. John Jenni- 
son 10 , jun., Mr. John Catericke, John Bilton, Hughe 
Thompson, Edward Thursbie, Raphe Cotesworth, Willm. 
Sampson, Robert Heddon, Thomas Lanchestei", Richard 
Aires. 

MERRINGTON.* 

(Written in a very small quarto pamphlet of 14 pages. 
Endorsed on the first page " Merrington Parrish.") 
(D.N.15.). 

Die Jouis Febru., Anno Dini, 1641. 

The names of such as then tooke the protestation before 
his Mts. Justices of the peace att Auckland. 

Curate of Merrington: Edward Smaithwaite 11 (1), 
Churchwarden, Counstable fy Ouseer: Mr. John Shaw 12 (2), 

9 He was buried at Heighington, 10 Feb., 1669/70, aged 81 years. 
The family of Gaynes were proprietors in School Aycliffe, Surtees, 
Durham, iii, 315. 

10 1680/1, Mch. 24, Mr. John Jennison, buried at Heighington. 
1681/2, Mch. 18, Mr. John Jenuison, ye Elder, buried at Heighington. 
For pedigree of Jennison of : Walworth, see Surtees, Durham, vol iii, 
p. 320. 

11 Curate to an absentee vicar. He was curate at St. Nicholas, 
Durham, 1633; Vicar of Greatham, 1649-53; Vicar of Hart, 1661-87. 

13 1683, Oct. 25, Captaine John Shaw of Ferry hill, buried at Kirk- 
merrington. 

*For an account of the parish of Merrington see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 279. 



96 

Churclnvarden, Counstaltle fy Ouseer : John Douthwaite (3), 
C ouns tables : Thomas Hickson (4), James Willie (5), 
Thomas Hobson (6). 

Die Mercurij, Feb. 23, Anno Dini, 1641. 

The names of such as then tooke the protestation before 
the Minister, Churchwardens, Counstables & Ouseers. 

The Towiieshipp of Merrington. Thomas Trotter (1), 
John Race (2), Robert Moortiii (3), Brian Stobbs (4), John 
Woods, sen. (5), Thomas W 7 oods (6), John Woods, jun. 
(7), James Liddell (8), Robert Duckett (9), Richard 
Binley (10), Willm. Binley (11), Miles W T hite (12), 
George Hodgson (13), John Nicholson (14), Phillip 
Heighington (15), Peter Linsley (16), George Horsley (17), 
Willm. Heighington (18), John Fawdon (19), Willm. 
White (20), Thomas Byers (21), Thomas Fawdon (22), 
John Phillipson (23), George Smurfoote* (24), Willm. 
Soulbie (25), John Linsley (26), James Dunn (27), Richard 
Richardson (28), Lionell Norman (29), John Hey (30), 
Nicholas White (31), Robert Widdefeld (32), Robert Lax 
(33), Willm. Hering (34), John Willie, sen. (35), John 
Willie, jun. (36), Christopher Maisterma (37), Anthony 
Richardson (38), John Heighington, (39), Martin Richard- 
son (40). 

The Towneshippe of Greate Chilton Mr. Lodowick 
Hall 13 (1), Thomas Auston (2), Thomas Maltby, sen. (3), 
Thomas Maltby, jun. (4), Thomas Key (5), Robert Wall 
(6), Willm. Wall (7), George Blenkinsope (8), George 
Pearson (9), Luke Key (10), George Shalter (11), Richard 
Peareson (12), John Cragges (13), Willm. Dawsoii (14), 
Robert Key (15), Robert Peareson (16), Thomas Homer 
(17), Robert Lownesdale (18), Thomas Richardson (19), 
Willm. Colling (20), George Twedie (21), Thomas Hunter 
(22), John Hunter (23), Humphrey Morland (24), James 
Willie (25), Robert Haswell (26), Cuthbert Robinson (27), 
Thomas Lightly (28), John Hickson (29), Richard Greeve- 
son (30), Willm. Steavenson (31), Cuthbert Marshall (32), 
Robert Widdefeild (33), Anthony Bracke (34), Robert 
Foster (35), Michell Foster (36), Lawrence Bracke (37), 
John Colling (38), Willm. Bracke (39), John Buntin (40). 

The Towneshippe of Ferryhill Thomas Norton (1), 
Lawrance Anderson (2), Martin Dunn (3), John Dunn (4), 
Robert Dunn (5), Tobie Benson (6), Thomas Shaw (7), 

13 He was bapt. 27 Feb., 1620/1, at Merrington, see pedigree of Hall 
of Newsham, Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 207. 

* In the MS. the numbers attached to the names in the inner 
columns on the even pages are carried to the inner margin, and also 
those attached to the names on the odd pages, outer column, are 
carried to the outer margin. 



97 

llobert Lax (8), James Crosbie (9), John Appelbie (10), 
James Rose (11), John Gray (12), Bartholomew Richardson 
(13), Robert Willsoii (14), Cuthbert Richardson (15), John 
Richardson (Iti), Richard Richardson (17), John Burdon 
(18), Willm. Peareson (19), John Peareson. (20), George 
Fuster, sen. (21), John Fuster (22), George Fuster, jun. 
(23), Cuthbert Fuster (24), George Gray (25), Jarrard Dunn 
(26), John Carr (27), Peter Appelby (28), Thomas Fuster 
(29), Robert Suddicke (30), John Douthat (31), Raiph 
Tatam 14 (32), Robert Tatam 15 (33), Thomas Herrison 
(34), Willm. Houdsoii (35), John Farrow (36), Thomas 
Gelson (37), Robert Hunter (38), Robert Key (39), Thomas 
Kirkehouse (40), Henry Hodgeson (41), Robert Darneton 
(42), Raiph Darneton (43), Robert Hicksoii (44), John Harri- 
son (45), Thomas Appelby, sen. (46), George Rudderfoorth 
(47), Christopher Widdefeild (48), John Soudle (49), John 
Marley (50), Willm. Marley (51), Phillip Shaw (52), 
Thomas Appelby, jun. (53), John Kirkehouse (54), Robert 
Hicksoii (55). 

The Towneshippe of Hett Thomas Hobson (1), John 
Hobson, sen. (2), George Hobson (3), John Hobson, jun. 
(4), Robert Willie (5), Richard Willie (6), George Willie 
<7), Willm. Bell (8), George Litster (9), Mathew Wood 
(10), John Rutter, sen. (11), John Ruter, jun. (12), Ralph 
Adamson (13), George Adamson (14), Cuthbert Laiton (15), 
Willm. Walker (1G), Martin Best (17), Willm. Cheswicke 
<18), John Turpiii (19), John Kirkeley (20), Phillip 
Suddicke (21), Robert Gelson (22), Thomas Ferry (23), 
Willm. Veapon (24), Willm. Hogg (25), Richard Key (26), 
Thomas Key (27), Cuthbert Key (28), Raiph Steale (29), 
John Steale (30), Nicholas Jackson (31), Bartholomew 
Key (32), John Foster (33), Thomas Widdefeild (34), 
Cuthbert Hopper (35), Thomas Wilkinson (36), James 
Corner (37), Francis Ferry (38), Cuthbert Ferry (39), 
George Alderson (40), Bartholomew Hogg (41), Frauncis 
Heighington (42), James Peareson (43), Willm. Thorpe (44). 

The names of those wch refuse to take the protestation in 
this parish Francis Key, John Culey (? Tuley). 

Signed. Curate of Merington: Edward Smaithwaite, 
Constaple, Churchward., Overseer: John Shaw, 
Countable : Thomas Hickso, Counstable and Church- 
wardon : John Dowthat, Counstable : Tliomas Hobson, 
Counstable : James W T illie. 

(Remainder blank.) 

14 Bapt. 3 July, 1631, at Kirkmerrington, as son of Robert; he 
married Isabel Hall, 12 Jan., 1660/1, at Pittington, and was buried at 
Kirkmerrington, 25 Dec., 1682. 

15 Brother of above, bapt. at Kirkmerrington, 17 Aug., 1652; mar. 
Bridget Laurence, 28 Nov., 1674; biuied, 7 Mch., 1681. 

7 



98 

MIDDLETON-IN-TEESDALE.* 

(Written in columns on a double sheet of foolscap. 
Endorsed " The paritioners of Midletone in Teasedail pro- 
testing. None Eetumed as Refusers.") (D.N.16.). 

The names of the whole paritioners of the pariche of 
Midleton in Teasdail that protested: feb. 27, 1641. 

Thomas walton, Half atkison, John watson, elder, John 
watson, yonger, Ralf Eobison 16 , William Eobison 17 , 
nicilas rasbeck, Anthony watson 16 , John watson 17 , wiliani 
watson, Gui home, Thomas home, Peter home, John 
watson, George rase 16 , John rase 17 , Arther Bambrig, 
Lowrance w r ard, Christofer bowbancke, John Edward, 
simont yealan, John permeley, Edward Newby, Peter home, 
John Tinkler, henry walton, Anthony walton, Gui rase, 
Wiliam tarne, Cuthbert perkin, simont perkin, Jafara per- 
kin, steafen watson, Eobert allason, John allason, Eobert 
Jordane, arther lee, henry Eobson, Thomas robison, John 
robison, Thomas bedale, Eichard bedale, wiliam watson, 
Thomas home, John peke, arther peeke, nicilas sheele, John 
Tinkler, wiliam peke (49), John owston, John Eobson, benge 
chapman, linard allason, John allason, Eichard walton, 
Jafara bell, micall bell, John bell, william bell, Thomas 
lanstafe, elder, Thomas lanstafe, william bambridg, brian 
emersoii, Mr. Cuthbert bambridg 18 , John lonsdale, wiliam 
newby, lenard peke, Christopher Bambridg, John Gibson, 
John rase, Thomas Bambridg, anfhony Bambridg, James 
allanson, Christofer bambridg, John allanson, mathew 
nattras, John nattras, Georg allanson, John nattras, 
Anthony Gastell, roger gastall, Christofer allanson, Eoger 
allanson, John allason, Christofer allanson, William 
bambridg, John allanson, John allanson, the yonger, Ealfe 
Allanson, Antho<ny Teasdale, Eobert Teasedale, Eichard, 
anthony teasdale. man (sic), Georg allanson, Georg 
allanson, Cuthbart allanson, Guy allanson, Outhbart 
allanson, Eoger bambridge, Thomas Bambridg (50), wiliam 
Eane, Steauen bambridge, Mathew^ Eane, Henry Eane, 
Christofer perkin, Cuthbert Gibson, John Gibson, Thomas 
Gibson, Ealph Gibson, Thomas Gastell, John Lind, Chris- 
topher dente, Talbet dente, Micall dent, Henry Gastell, 
arther Bambridge, william Gibson, Thomas Allason, dauid 
Bambridge, Eoger Bambridge, Thomas scott, Cuthbert 
Colpats, Cuthbert Gibson, Anthony Page, william Tinckler, 

16 " Elder " struck out in MS. l " " yonger " struck out in MS. 

"1692, Sept. 2, Mr. Cuthbert Bainbrigg of ye Freerhouse buried,. 
Middleton-in-Teesdale Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of Middleton-in-Teesdale, see Hutch- 
inson, Durham, vol. iii, p. 275. 



99 

John Ritson, Anthony bales, Ralph Colpats, william Colpats, 
williani wilkiiison, Engerem Tompson, Tnomas bambridg, 
Linard Peeke, Roger Gibson, elder, Roger Gibson, yonger, 
John Johnson, Ralph Johnson, Thomas Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, Richard Johnson, yonger, Thomas Johnson, Ralph 
Gibson, Richard Gastell, Henry bambridg, Henry bambridg, 
the yonger (45), henry Rane, Christofer Bambridg, John 
Dent, Peter wilson, Peter wilson, henry Bambridg, John 
herrison, John Gibson, John wilson, Linard wilson, John 
Rutte>r, Christopher Bambridg, Anthony Bambridg, Jacob 
Rutter, simont Perkin, John walker, william Lind, Henry 
bambridge, John Houme, Mr. Tobius Ewbanck 19 , Mr. 
henry Ewbanck 20 , John Jarvis, Jacob sowerby, Anthony 
herison, nicholas headlam, William addison, henry dowson, 
Anthony lockey, John Bell, william herrison, John Morton, 
Anthony walker, Jacob walker, Anthony Addison, John 
lonsdale, Georg newby, Charles Cotsworth, Robert Robison, 
John Bland, Cuthbert Pinckney, James Pinckney, Thomas 
peacocke, Peter addamson, nicholas headlam, thelder, 
Peter dixon, Christofer Pinckney (46), Anthony Steueiison, 
Thomas Bales, John herker, Roger dowson, william gastell, 
Michell newby, william dowson, Anthony bland, michell 
bland, Thomas hodshon, John Bell, Richard Pinckney, 
Anthony wilson, Cunen Steuenson, Jacob Pinckney, John 
wrightson, lionell kipling, william kipling, Richard dowson, 
Christofer dixon, James Pinckney, Cuthbert Coatsworth, 
william sowerby, Richard herrison, Thomas morley, 
Robbert Dun, mathew barker, Thomas dowson, John 
Peacocke, Anthony bland, Henry Richarson, Richard 
Richardson, Charls Pinckney, John Pinckney, Charles 
Coatsworth, Jacob Coatsworth (36). 

Siffned. Minister at Midleton : James Kellie*, 
Constable of egleston: Thomas bales, Constable of 
midlton : William lind, Constable of newbigin: lanslot 
coatsworth, Constable of forest: John emerson (5), Church- 
warden of Egelston : Charles Richardson, Church warden 
of midleton: John Colpats, Church warden of Newby gine: 
Mathew Rane, Church warden of the forrest : John Lasenbe, 
Ouerseer of Egelston : Michel newbe, Ouerseer of Midleton : 
Thomas Lind, Ouerseer of Newbegin: Christopher Bam- 
bridg, Ouerseer of the Forrest: Simont Rane (8). 

19 Buried at Staindrop, 12 July, 1681. 

20 For a pedigree of Ewbank, see Surtees, Durham, iv, p. 141. 

* Probably curate of Anthony Maxton, rector here and also of Wolsing- 
ham. 



100 



SADBEEGE.* 

(Written in columns on the first page of two sheets of 
foolscap. The last page is endorsed " Sadbery None 
Refuse.") (D.JST. IT.). 
IJioces of Durhame. 

For the towne of Sadberdge alias Sadberry together wth 
the names of those yt tooke the Protestation fe binary the 
241641. 

John Bucke, Rich. Q anna ns way, Peter Welbanck, Will. 
Allen, sen., John Scurf eild, John Richardson, Edward 
Kendall, Rich. Middle ton, Robt. Moorey, Rich. Bailes, 
Miles Bailes, Martin Barnes, Thorn. Garrnansway, sen., 
Thorn. Garmansway, jun., Robert middleton, sen., 
Robt. middleton, jun., Thorn. Stodart, Will. Barnes, 
Will. Hutchinson, Roger Corner, Will. Bulman, Christ. 
Mathew, Rap-he Smith, Riobt. Hoblock, James ; Sawney, 
Cuth. Middleton, John Armestrong, Will. Allen, jun., 
Rich. Addie, Will. Garrie, sen., Will. Garrie, jun., 
John Garrie, sen., John Garrie, jun., Henry Wilkin- 
son, Tho. Bulman, George Garrie, Rich. Garrie, 
Robert Kerton, Ambrose Awde, Thomas Bradford, 
Robt. Mathew. 

There is none wthin the said towne that refuseth, but all 
generally haue taken the protestation. 

Signed. Curate: Will. Hutton,f Churchwardens : 
Robert Middleton, Henry Wilkinson, Constables : Barthol. 
Ray, George Huitse. 



STANHOPE. J 

(Written in a pamplet of 24 pages formed by folding 
and stitching single quarto sheets down the middle. 
Endorsed on page 1 " Stanhope parish in the countie of 
Durhame.") (D.N.18.). 

A true Certificate made the Twentie eight day of Febru- 
arie by the Minister and Constables, Churchwardens & 
Collectors of the parishe of Stanhope of all those persons 
which haith taken the oathe of the true protest'ant Religion. 

* For an account of the chapelry of Sadberge, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, 265; also Hutchinson, Durham, vol. iii, p. 174. 

f The name of W. Hutton does not appear in the list of incumbents 
given in Hutchinson, Durham, iii, p. 176. Vicar of Sockburn 1662-6; 
Curate of Denton, 1666. 

1 For an account of the parish of Stanhope, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 284. 



101 

Mr. John Fetherstonhalghe 1 , Mr. John Maddison 2 , Mr. 
Willm. phillipson, John pattison, Francis pattison, John 
pattison, Henry Jackson, Robert Grensword, Francis Dixoii, 
Willm. hackworthe, Edward Bawhiny, Anthony parmond- 
ley, Christofer Lawson, Thomas Tompson, John Lowder, 
Henry Fetherstoii, Thomas peartt, Thomas peartt, John 
walton, John hodgshone, Georg Fetherston, John Thraler, 
Eobert Golightley, Richard Grensword, Nicholas Richard- 
son, Lanclot GrenswoTd, Thomas Grensword, Robert hall, 
Fardinando hall, Nicholas Atkinson (31*), Cuthbert Myers, 
Willm. Dixon, John watson, Nicholas vepon, hughe 
Crawhaw, Alexander Steward, John Steward, Christofer 
Jackson, John Collin, John Blackett, Thomas walton, John 
hodgshone, Georg Collin, Michaell Best, Lionell Emerson, 
W r illm. horseman, Robert walton, Cuthbert Gantley (? 
Gautley), Rowland wooller, Thomas wooller, Lionell 
Braidley, George Braidley, George Coatsworthe, henry 
Eland, Thomas Grene, Thomas Readshaw, Raphe Sadler, 
Raphe Golightley, John Emerson, Thomas vasey, Nicholas 
pattison, John Elwoocl, henry whitfeild, Nicholas hindmas, 
John Fetherston, Willm. westgarthe (36), Edward Teas- 
dale, John Blackett, Robert Stevenson, Francis walton, 
willm. walton, John Stevenson, Willm. Stevenson, willm. 
hutchinson, Robert Robinson, John Robinson, Thomas John- 
son, Raphe Johnson, John Teasdale, Xpofer Teasdale, 
henry Johnson, Cuthbert Teasdale, George Little, George 
Bainbrige, George Dawson, Thomas walton, Robert Robin- 
son, Anthony phillipson, Thomas phillipso'n, Anthony, 
phillipsoii, willm. westwood, Thomas Johnson, Godfray 
Deadburie, henry Lawson, John pattison, Georg Collin- 
wood, John Teasdale, Rowland harison, Willm. Rutter, 
Robert Tompson, John Bainbrige (35), John Jackson, 
Thomas Johnson, Thomas Lee, Nicholas westgarth, 
Christofer Aunibey, Cuthbert hendersoii, willm. Emerson, 
John Cozin, henry whitfeild, Richard El wood, Thomas 
Elrington, Tobie pilkington, James Jordan, Bryant 
Emerson, Lanclot Chapman, Raphe walton, Michaell 
Dixon, John Chapman, Cuthbert Todd, Thomas Todd, 
Robert Chapman, Christofer Garthorne, Christofer Gar- 
thorne, Lanclot walton, Richard harison, George hari- 
son, persevell Searle, Thomas Mowbray, Raphe Emerson, 
Rowland Emerson, Steuen Maddison, John Maddison, John 

1 For a pedigree of Fetherstonhalghe of Stanhope, see St. George's 
Visitation of Durham; 1887, ed. p. 119. 

2 For a pedigree of Maddison of Aldergill, see Hutchinson, iii, p. 
296. 

*Sic. in MS, There are only 30 names. 



102 

Fetherston, willm. Maddison, willm. walton (35), Robert 
Cozin, willm. Coatsworth, John wall, Nicholas Sheale, John 
Dixon, George Bell, John feildhouse, Thomas Dixon, John 
warde, Thomas Ellens, Roger Ellens, Thomas Crawhaw, 
willm. Rippon, Thomas Ouston, Peter Bainbrige, George 
Bainbrige, Anthony Teasdale, John Crawhaw, John Oliver, 
George wall, Cuthbert Morgan, John Morgan, Arthur 
Morgan, John Grave, willm. Maddison, Raphe Maddison, 
John w T estgarthe, John hedley, Anthony vepon, Anthony 
vepon, Cuthbert wall, Thomas Robson, Robert Grange (33), 
Ingram Gibson, Thomas Mowbray, Anthony Foggan, Row. 
Johnson, John Coatsworthe, Maddison Graye, willm. 
Chapman, John Bainbrige, Christofer Golightley, Christo- 
fer Chapman, John Garthorne, Anthony waidson, Cuthbert 
Nevinge, Lanclot Westgarth, Lanclot Chapman, Marnia- 
duke Blackett, John Crawhaw, John Mowbray, Arthur 
Morgan, Gamaliell walton, John Morgan, Christofer wall, 
Richard Langstafe, John hawdon, Reignold walton, 
George Emerson, Raphe Emerson, Raphe Bainbrige, John 
Emerson, Samuell parker, John Bainbrige, John Bain- 
brige, Nicholas Fetherston, Roger hull (34), John whit- 
feild, Willm. Armestronge, Robert Fetherston, Lionell 
Fetherston, Francis Fetherston, Lionell Emerson, George 
Johnson, Raphe Emerson, willm. Emerson, xpofer Todd, 
Peter Bainbrige, Thomas Gray, willm. Emerson. George 
Emerson, Cuthbert henry e, willm. weight, Cuthbert 
vepon, Arthur Emerson, Anthony vepon, Robert Mil- 
burne, Richard foster, Guy watson, John harison, 
Nicholas watson, Thomas Emerson, Nicholas Emerson, 
henry walton, xpofer walton, George Emerson, Raphe 
Bainbrige, willm. Stobbes, Cuthbert Peurtt, George 
Bainbrige, xpofer harison, John harison, Steuen Teas- 
dale, Raphe harison (37), George Dawson, Robert 
wall, George wall, Raphe Fetherston, willm. Bainbrige, 
Jenkin Myers, Raphe Stobbes, Nicholas Fetherston, John 
Fetherston, Georg walton, John wall, George Robinson, 
Thomas Robinson, George Stobbes, Raphe Emerson, Georg 
Stobbes, Francis Bromell, willm. Myers, Tobie pilkington, 
Georg Chapman, Thomas Marshall. Lanclot Trotter, 
George Bainbrige, Christofer Emerson, Thomas Steward, 
John Bell, Richard Turbatt, Cuthbert Atkinson, Michaell 
Tompson, Thomas Emerson, Rowland Emerson, Willm. 
Teasdale. Robert Bromell, George Bromell, Cuthbert Chatt, 
Robert Tompson (36), Georg Emerson, James Kerton, 
George phillipson, willm. phillipson, Arthur Myers, John 
Jackson, Thomas Lonsdale, Arthur Lonsdale, Jo'hn Myers, 
John El wood, Mathew Elwood, willm. Dennysse, forest 3 , 
Cuthbert Fetherston, willm. Emerson, Peter whitfeild, 



103 

Georg- harison, John harison, John Bainbrige, Georg hari- 
son, Eobert Butter, John westwood, John peartt, Willm. 
harison, Cuthbert hall, Thomas Emerson, John Bainbrige, 
Willm. Bainbrige, Eaphe Fetherston, Raphe hall, Georg 
whitfeild, John Lonsdale (31), John Loiisdale, John 
peartt, Cuthbert peartt, Raphe Rutter, John harison, John 
harison, Francis Little, Michaell Fetherston, John Bain- 
brige, Raphe watson, George watson, Arthur Emerson, 
Raphe Emerson, John Nattres, Raphe Nattres. Arthur 
Emerson, Thomas Emerson, John Emerson, John Emerson, 
John Fetherston, Thomas Fetherston, Raphe harison, 
Thomas Ritson, Peter Ritson, Francis peartt, George 
harison, henry Bainbrige, John Bainbrige, George Nattres, 
Rowland Nattres, Raphe harison, George harison (32), 
Willm. harison, John Nattres, Cuthbert Nattres, John 
Coats worth e, willm. Coatsworthe, Cuthbert Emerson, 
George Emerson, Thomas watson, Cuthbert watson, Raphe 
Fetherston, Thomas Emerson, John watson, Thomas 
watson, Arthur Emerson, Cuthbert Emerson, willm. 
Emerson, John hall, Thomas Emerson, Raphe Gibson, 
Willm. Gibson, Thomas Emerson, Cuthbert Emerson, 
willm. Emerson, George Lee, John Fetherston, Thomas 
Robinson, Lanclot Robinson, Cuthbert watson, Raphe 
hall, John Fetherston (30), John Fetherston, John Sheale, 
Rowland Nattres, James Vickers, John Emerson, John 
westwood, John Gibson, John Gibson, Willm. harry son, 
John Gibson, willm. Gibson, John Bainbrige, Raphe Bain- 
brige (13). Signed. Rector eccle. de Stanhop : Eure 
Gower 4 , Constables: Rowland Thomson & John Dixson, 
Constable : Thomas Morgan, Churchwardens : Robert 
Chapman, Christofer harison, John Wright, Ouersers: 
Cuthbert Collingwood, Raiph wall, Georg Wall. 

Delinquents Ro'bert Emerson, George Emerson (2). 
Signed. Rec. eccl. de Stan.: E. Gower 4 , Constables: 
Rowland Thompson & John Dixson, Constable : Thomas 
Morgan, Churchwardens: Robert Chapman, Christofer 
harison, John W T rio;ht, Ouersers : Cuthbert Collingwood, 
Raiph wall, Georg Wall. 

(The remaining pages are blank). 

3 Written in margin in MS. The names following are apparently 
those of residents in Stanhope Forest. 

4 Everard Gower, S.T.P., presented to the rectory of Stanhope, 1641, 
see Hutchinson, Durham, vol. iii, p. 293. He was Archdeacon of 
Northumberland, 1638, see White, Register of Durham Cathedral; also 
vicar of Norton, see Hutchinson, Durham, vol. ii, p. 225. He died at 
Stanhope, May, 1644. 



104 

WHIT WORTH.* 

(Written on one side of a single sheet of foolscap, 
endorsed on the back " Whitworth parrishe.") (D.N.19.)- 

Parochia de Whitworth. 

Memorand that upon Wedensday the 23 of feb., 1641, 
the parties whose names are under written and crossed did 
take the protestacon comended by the Honurable house off 
Comons now assembled in the high court of Parlirnent in 
the presence of Stephen Hegg 5 , Minister, Robert Adamson, 
Constaple, Richard Hopp & Stephen Willy, Church- 
wardens, and John Hevysyde, Ouerseer of the Poore for the 
same parish, Bartle Malam the other overseer being absent. 

Mr. Willia Baxter 6 , William Perkins, Georg white, 
Henry Hemstry, Georg walker, Thomas Homer, Thomas 
Kirkhouse, William Adamson, sen., William Adamson, 
medius, William Adamson, jun., John Wright, John 
Hackworth, Robert Leyborne, John Nicholson, John 
Adamson, Thomas Morison, John Adamson, jun., Robert 
Adamson, jun., John Bankes, Thomas Fuster (? Foster), 
John Carter, Robt. Hodgson, George Gray, Henry Simpson, 
Edward Harden, Robert Farrow, Rich. Farrow, Absent, 
John farrow, Absent, Richard swinburn, Willm. Farrow, 
Roger Wilson, Peter Richardson, William Malam, Refused, 
Bartholomew Malam, jun., Absent, Cuthbert Franklin, 
Willia Perkins, jun., Absent, William Smith (36). 



WHORLTON.t 

(Written in a narrow foolscap octavo pamphlet made by 
folding & stitching single small quarto sheets down the 
middle. Endorsed on front page " Whoiiton. Noe 
Refuers.") (D.N.20.). 

A true and perfect certificat of the names of all those 
who hath tak'en the protestation wthin the Chappellry of 
Whorleton, February the twenty tow, 1641. 

5 Appointed to Whitworth, 1628 ; brother of the learned Eobert 
Hegge of Durham. He married Frances Wilkinson, 19 Dec., 1641, and 
was buried 28 Sept., 1662, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 293n. 

The family of W T illiam Baxter of Corbridge and Whitworth is 
noticed in Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 292. He was buried 8 March,, 
1652. 

*For an account of the chapelry of Whitworth, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 291. 

t For an account of the chapelry of Whorlton, see Surtees, Durham^. 
iv, pt. 1, p. 43. 



105 

Curate of the said Chappellry : Henry Armitage, high 
Constable : Ambrose Johnson, churchwarden and ouseer for 
the poore : John sliutt, did take the said protestation before 
his maties, Justices of peace, vid., Sr. Lionnell Maddison 7 , 
Sr. George Vaine 8 & Mr. Huigh Wright at Auckland, 
February the seauententh, 1641. 

And all the rest of the said Chappellry did take the said 
protestation in ye presence of the aforesaid Henry 
Armitage, Ambrose Johnson, John shutt, ye 22 of the same 
instant, Feb., 1641, according to the directios given from the 
house of Comons. 

Imps. Robert Johnson, William Huthert, Anthony 
Dinsdale, William Dinsdale, John Dinsdale, Christopher 
Dinsdale, Thomas Dinsdale, John Souleby, jun., Arthure 
Souleby, John Cockfield, Oswould Souleby, Christopher 
Helghley, John Heighley, Anthony Shutt, John Shutt, 
William Appleby, William Jackson, William Adlard, 
George Appleby, Thomas Ovington, Robert Bainbridge, 
Thomas Tayler, James Dent, John Souleby, sen., Francis 
Shutt, John Shut, jun., William Shutt, William Thomson, 
Christopher Nelson, William Robinson, George Hewer, John 
Wilson, Richard W^ilson, Thomas Harison, Thomas 
Huthutt. 

These are all ye names of all ye men aboue eightene 
yea res of age so yt we haue none yt refusses ye said protesta- 
tion, for we haue no paists in all or Chappellry, neither 
men nor women. 

Testes Curate of Whorleton: Hen. Armitage, church- 
warden fy ouseer : John Shutt, constable : John Cockfield. 
(The remaining pages are blank.) 

WINSTON.* 

(Written in three columns 011 one side of a single sheet of 
foolscap, endorsed on the back " Winston parishe.") 
(D.N.2L). 

february the 24th, 1641. 

The protestation taken by the parishioiirs of winstoii 
parish in the presence of the ministr, Constable, Church- 
wardens, & ourseers of the poore, their names as followeth> 
vid : 

7 Bap. 16 Feb., 1594/5, mar. Anne, dau. of William Hall, at St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle, 14 Jan., 1616/17, bur. there 21 Nov., 1646, see 
Surtees, Durham, ii, 135 

8 Bap. at Shipburne, Co. Kent, 20 July, 1618; knighted 22 Nov., 
1640; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Lionel Maddison of Rogerly, at St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle, 27 Feb., 163940 ; bur. at Long Xewton, 1 May, 1679. 

* For an account of the parish of Winston, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iv, pt. 1, p. 35. 



106 

Mr. Geo. Bonny 9 , Jo. Dowthwhait 10 , Jo. Ovington, sen., 
Jo. Ovington. jun., Rowland Clibburne, Tho. wilson, 
Petr Browne, Petr Bainebridge, Tho. Smithson, Will. 
Wilson, Jo. Darneton, Ambrose Clemett, Richard Farrow, 
Robert Pearson, Raiphe Mainard, Tho. miller, Jo. Johnson, 
Robrt Bainebridge, Geo. Reaueley. Sam. Biniane, Jo. 
Brumell, Henry swainstoii, Geo. Bainebridge, Jo. Newck- 
ham, Henry skare, Tho. Farrow, Jo. Barley, OTIS would 
swainston, Jo. Clemett, Will. Dowthwhait, Robrt Tiburne, 
Antho. Scott, Jo. francklin, Jo. Robinson, Jo. wilson, 
John Ovington, Robrt Graues, Robert Langhorne, John 
Hewth, Barnard Dowthwhait, Will. Richardson, Geo. 
Pende, Will. Terr-entire, Will. Tickers, Tho. Maugham, 
Christo. Sandrson, Emend Rowland, John Hudson, James 
Browne, Henry Fewler, John Kitchin, Barnard skare, Rogr 
wilson, Mathew Hudson, John Sanderson, John Langhorne, 
Francis Slinger, Barnard Dowthwhait, George Swaineston. 

These refussed Francis Clemett, Will. Hodgshon. 

perticulrs 61 men. 

Signed. Red. ibid.: Ri. Thursby 11 , Churchwarde : Jo. 
Duingtoii, Will. Franckl., ouerseers of the poore: Jo. Oving- 
ton, John Clemet, Constable: Peter Bron. 



WITTON.* 

(Written upon single sheets of foolscap folded and 
stitched down the centre to form a narrow folio pamphlet of 
24 pages ; one side only the odd numbers of the first 13 
pages are written on. Endorsed on page 1 " Witton uppon 
weer in The Bishobrick of Durham.") (D.N.,22.). 

The names of ye Minester & other officers in ye sayd 
parish of Witton uppon Weer as did protest before his 
Magestyes, Justices of ye peece, according to ye order & 
directions fro ye honourable howse of paliamt, &c. 

Minister : Robt. Scogaine 12 , Constables : Cuthbert 
Tayler, Cuthbert Harrison, Churchwardens : Richard 

9 For pedigree of Bunny of Newsham, see Surtees, Durham, iv, pt. 1, 
p. 41. 

. 10 For pedigree of Dowthwhaite of Westholm, see Surtees, Durham, 
iv, pt. 1, p. 42. 

"Richard Thursby, M.A., was presented, 1631, Surtees, Durham, 
iv, pt. 2, p. 36. Bur. at Winston, 8 July, 1651. 

12 Robert Scogaine was admitted curate in 1640, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iv, p. 304. 

* For an account of the chapelry of Witton, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 304. 



107 

Vassey, John Hodgshon, Ovrseers of ye poore : Richard 
Mayer, John Die kin so. 

The names of such howseholders & others as have pro- 
tested in ye prsence of ye Minester & aforesayd Officers in 
ye sayd parish. 

John Jerome, Edward Dallby, Thomas Todd, Willm. 
Tayler, Willm. Dob in son, jun. (5), Tho. Nichollson, 
Robert Cropper, Edward Faucett, Charles Greene, John 
Marshall (10), Willm. Grinwell, John Simson, Tho. 
Carliell, Mathew Allenson, John Carliell (15), Hugh 
Jackson, Charles wren, Robert wheatley, Mathew C'arr, 
Robert fawell, sen. (20), Tho. Harrison, Willm. Rowells, 
sen., John Bowmer, Willm. Rowells, jun., Tho. Thackwrey 
(25). Anthony Coming, Willm. Thackwrey, Tho. Emerson, 
Robert Carliell, Christopher Craw (30)", John Blacket, 
Simond Coming, Christopher Hodgson, Willm. Tayler, 
Willm. Jackson (35), Willm. How, Wallter Cheesman, 
Georg Liddell, Christopher Hutchinson, Francis Heauiside 
(40), Robert willson, Tho. Myres, Raiph Thomson, Georg 
Snaith, Peter How (45), John Jackson, Cuthbart Todd, Tho. 
Hutchinson, John Coming, Willm. Tayler (50), Simond 
Dickenson, Henry Killburne, John Young. Tho. Moyses, 
Richard Ramsden (55), Tho. Marshall, Adam Hall, Tho. 
Booth, sen., George Hall, Robert fawell, jun. (60), Willm. 
Hutchinso-n, Marmaduke Robinson, Willm. Foster, 
John Pearson, Charles Archer (65), John Coulson, 
Humphrey Greene, George Hutchinson, Robert Myres, Tho. 
Shepard (TO), John Sweeton, Christopher wright, 
Willm. Snaith, Tho, Snaith, Anthony Hodgshon (75), 
Robert Rippon, John Ellino-r, John Miller, Patrick 
Clerke, Francis Dobinson (80), Robert Stelling, Thomas 
Ramshaw, Tho. Barnes, Nicholas Harrison, John 
Wright (85), John Smurthwate, Raiph Hutchinson, 
Tho. Grinwell, Anthony Burdon, Tho. Nichollson (90), 
Mathew Carr, John Marshall, Francis Fawell, Thomas 
Simson, Edward Punton (95), Robert Ingram, James Rudd, 
George wallton, John whitfield, Tho. Tayler (100), Nicholas 
Cheesman, Tho. Booth, jun., Tho. Hall, Georg Rippon, 
Willm. Wallker (105), George foster, Tho. willson. Robert 
Snaith, Robert watson, John Dickenson (110), John Garth - 
foote, Christopher Stother, Willm. Waskee, John Magine, 
Willm. Snaith (115), John Nichollson, Henry Pearson, 
Michaell Cooke, Robert Doothwaite, Edward Gray (120), 
Willm. Dobinson, sen., John Rowels, Richard 'Rose, 
Willm. Hodgshon, Christopher Hodgshon (125). 

These have protested in ye prsence of us. 

Signed. Ministr : Robt. Scogaine, Churchwardens : 
John Hodgson, Richard Vasie, Constables: Cuthbert 



108 

Tayler, Cuthbt. Harrison, Overseers : Rich. Mayer, Joh. 
Dickinson. 

The names of such as have not protested within our 
foresaycl parish of Witton, George Perkinson, Henry 
Young, Ralph Hutton. 

WOLSINGHAM.* 

(Written upon single sheets of foolscap folded and 
stitched down the centre to form a narrow folio pamphlet of 
16 pages. Endorsed on page 1, '* The true presentmt of 
all persons within the parish of woulsingha & County of 
Durha that hath taken or refused the protestacon.) 
(D.N.23.). 

A true certificatt made the seaventh day of March by 
the Counstables, Churchwardens, & Collectors of the parish 
of woulsingha of all those persons which hath taken the 
protestation. 

Imp. George bowes 13 , knight, John Yasey 14 , gentlema, 
Alexander Yasey 15 , Robertt kyrkley, Thomas kirkley, Joh 
Sanson, henry Ay re, william Coulson, John moyses, Robert 
byerley, John Atkinson, John kyrkley, John Coulson, 
George Chapman, John Allerton, Robert Mar shell, John 
Chapman, John Teasdell, John byerley, Thomas moyses, 
Richard Joplin, Robert Trotter, Mitchell Burnopp, william 
Evens, John T'iplady, inathew Grinwell, Thomas wren, 
willia wren, william Allison, watters Lin, william Dixson, 
Thomas Heighinto<n, George Toward, Robertt wall, Richard 
marley, Thomas Linsley, John martindell, John Coulson 
(38), Thomas Coulson, Thomas Aysley, Robertt Aysley, 
Robertt Jopplin, Richard Hurd, John Garfoote, Cuthbert 
burneupp, william grin well, Christofer hopper, Nicholas 
Teasdell, willia teasdell, John Russell, Laurence Fox, 
George barrick, Thomas yare, william benson, jun., william 
Hopper, jun., Willia Hopper, Anthoney Teasdell, Anthoney 
Hopper, John Hopper, Thomas Hopper, Yinson whittiers, 
Thomas Longson, mitchell Ayre, hugh teasdell, Christofer 
teasdell, Raphe Sigswick, Thomas Crags, peter Halliday, 
George Curtpenny, John teasdell, Thomas maughon, Cuth- 
bert Toward, Ambrose walker, George Olliver, John Trotter, 
Thomas Trottr, John walker, John martindell, George 
Clarke, Robertt Emerson, william grinwell (43), Guy 

13 For pedigrees of Bowes, see Surtees, Durham, iv, 110-112. 

14 1685/6, Jan. 5, Mr. John Vasay of Newlands, bur. at Wolsingham. 

15 For pedigree of Vasey, see Surtees, Durham, iii, 381. 

*For an account -of the parish of Wolsingham, see Hutchinson, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 298. 



109 

watson, John Toward, Symond bustin, George Curray, 
Eaphe grice, Thomas toward, John maughan, Phillup 
maughan, Thomas Collison, Lancelote bradeley, Raiph 
maughan, Richard hodgshoii, Thomas walker, George 
bustin, Roger Dun, Richard Rutlish, henry Romfoote, 
George thompson, George bassett, John niegge, Robert 
Olliuer, willia olliuer, Thomas bustin, Raphe Vasey, John 
Toward, Raiphe wall, Raph Coulson, Thomas Coulson, John 
Ayre, George Yorke, John maugha, Arthur Robyson, Adam 
Gofton, Rowland watson, henry watson, willia grin well, 
Thomas Grinwell, Anthoney grinwell, Anthoney Toward, 
Nicholas Toward, John harrison, John Dawson, Robert hes- 
lupp (43), Thomas Ritson, henry blenkehome, George barne- 
father, willia Tompson, henry Emerson, John Crags, Arthur 
Rennetson, william Rennetson, Raphe Rennetson, Chris- 
tofer Rennetson, willm. hopper, Cuthbert hopper, Cuthbert 
kirklay, Anthoney home, Thomas willson, John mpwbray, 
Roger harrison, Anthoney vasey, Lancelote bainbrigg, 
George headlam, John headlam, John bainbrigg, Robert 
westin, Thomas hudspeth, George Juett, John wheatley, 
Anthoney marley, henry wallas, John Todd, Robertt Todd, 
willia baitson, Robertt horseley, william bott, Samuell Earn- 
shaw, Richard Clarke, Lancelote Ayre, John Ayre, Chris- 
tofer Athy, henry watson, John watson, John Athy, John 
Lampson, Cuthbert snow, willia Lun (44), John Laburiie, 
George garthrone, John Carlton, perciuall Chapman, 
percivall Joplin, Inago Stobbs, Gabriell willson, henry 
Jackson, william Vasey, Rowland Tompson, Raiph 
garthrone, Robertt grinwell, Robertt white, henry Carllell, 
Laurence oats, Raiphe wall, Thomas winter, George mpw- 
bray, Thomas bainbrigg, Lancelote bainbrigg, John Sigs- 
wicke, Robert Stoubt, John Stoubt, John Teasdell, 
Gabryell willson, John Jopliii, Nicholas Toward, Thomas 
toward, George Toward, Anthoney Toward, Anthoney 
blarton, henry Richardson, George Dowson, John yorke, 
Lancelote Ayre, Richard vasey, willia vasey, Richard 
vasey, jun., George Little, John Emerson, Samuell Burgis 
(41), John w r alker, willia Dixson, John Dixson, Thomas 
nevey, John Sowerbey, Richard garffoote, Lancelote 
Atkinson, John garffoote, Henry palliser, Christofer Lodge, 
willia Jackson, Anthoney Jackson, Raiphe pattison, 
Leonard Tompson, Thomas Tompson, Arch, willson, willia 
Stott, George usshaw, John Raw, william garfoote, John 
grinw^ell, mathew grinwell, Anthoney Grinden, John 
hartley, Robertt Dow r foote, Cuthbert Dowfoote, John 
blarton, John Chapman, George Chapman, henry Raw, 
Raphe Rippon, Thomas grinwell, John martindell, 
Lancelote martindell, Thomas martindell, Edward Fogg 



110 

(36), Thomas Fogg, John Lambert, willia Raw, John 
Tompson, Thomas trotter, Richard Fareallers, Robert 
Duckett, william Duckett, John Joplin, Robertt Lyn, 
Anthoney wall, Francis grinwell, Thomas Robson (13). 

The thrue prsentemente of those that Refuse to take the 
protestacon. 

Imp. Raphe Emerson, John Emerson, Richard Emer- 
son, John Ayre, George Ayre, Cuthbertt hartley (6). 

The severall names of the Constables, Churchwardens,. 
& Collectors they did see the said protestation taken in ther 
presence. 

Constables : John Stobbs, George Rennetson, William 
Raw, John Chapman, Churchwardens : Anthoney Farray,. 
Lionell Ayre, william Croke, Anthony Dixon, Collectors : 
Ingra. Chapman, william benson, John wright (8). 

(The remaining pages are blank.) 



Ill 



EASINGTON WARD. 

(The Protestations for Easingtoii Ward consist of the 
returns from 19 parishes classified as D.O. 1 to 19. The 
original inner cover of white paper remains. It is endorsed 
" The whole returne of Easington ward, in the County of 
Durham as wthin is written.") 



BISHOP WEARMOUTH.* 

(The entries for Bishop Wearmouth parish are written 
in columns on single sheets of foolscap folded and sewn 
down the centre to form a narrow foolscap pamphlet of 
16 pages. It is endorsed on page 1, " Bpp. wermouth 
parish.") (D.O.I.). 

Bishopweremouth. February the 28th, 1641. 

The names of all those that haue taken the Protestation 
in this Parish. 

John Johnson, Minister 1 , Mr. Willia Bowes 2 , Mr. 
George Myddleton 3 , Mr. Cuthbert Pepper 4 , Mr. Anthony 
Shadforth 5 , Marmaduke Tonstall, Thomas Gray, Francis 
Redhead, Richard Trewitt, John Hall, Robert 

1 Appointed by Thomas Morton, Bishop of Durham, 25 Feb., 1632, 
holding- the benefice until his death in Nov., 1643 (bur. 8 Nov., 1643). 

2 Son of Ralph Bowes of Barnes, aged 26, in 1615, will dated 
3 Jan., 1648; married Frances Ventris, they had an only child, William 
Bowes of Barnes, bapt. 28 Dec., 1641; died, 13 June, 1662. 

3 Married Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Thomas Heath of Kepyer Grange, 
Esq.; mar. at St. Giles, Durham, 30 Oct., 1628, she was buried 30 Aug., 
1651. Buried, 7 Sept., 1655. 

4 He had six sons and three daughters, viz. : Cuthbert, baptized, 9 
Sept., 1632, admitted pensioner at Christ College, Cambridge, 28 Apl., 
1649, aged 16; B.A., 1652, admitted Gray's Inn, 16 Mch., 1660/1; bur. 
at Bishopwearmouth, 3May, 1673. Thomas, bapt. 15 Dec., 1633. John, 
bapt. 11 Dec., 1634, admitted pensioner of Christ's College, Cambs., 
21 June, 1651, aged 18; bur. at S't. Nicholas, Newcastle, 12 May, 1692. 
Christopher, bapt. 1 Nov., 1641. Ludovicus, bapt. 6 Jan., 1639/40, bur. 
10 May, 1640. " Eobert, bapt. 10 Jan., 1635/6, admitted pensioner of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, 26 June, 1651, aged 14; B.A., 1654/5, 
M.A., 1658, incorporated, Oxford, 14 July, 1663, LL.D., 1663, died, 5 
Nov., 1700, ag-ed 63; buried in the choir of Norwich Cathedral. 
Katherine, Dorothy and Marie. He was buried at Bishopwearmouth, 
2 Oct., 1675, his wife, Katherine, also buried there, 22 Feb., 1663/4. 

5 Of Tunstall, 1650, Aug. 14, Mrs. Anthony Shadforth of Tunstall, 
buried at Dalton, Bishopwearmouth Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of Bishop Wearmouth, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 224. 



112 

Chilton, Anthony Myres, Thomas Gamsbie, Robert 
Aire, Anthony Aire, Ralph Huntley, Thomas Aire, 
Robert Gybson, Willi. Gent, Charles Usher, George 
Foster, Alexander Dirickson, John Henderson, Anthony 
Robinson, Anthony Page, Edward Fell, Richard Casse, 
Willi. Ayre, Ralph Hobson, John Parker, Thomas Swallow, 
Thomas Amerie (31), George Ladler, Willia Denton, Ralph 
Rutter, Roger Stedman, John Smith, George Wilson, 
Robert Glazenbie, Henrie Atkinson, Thomas Broug-h, 
Rowland Currie, Willyam Page, Thomas Bulmer, John 
Gent, Rowland Smith, Christopher Robinson, John Blaxton, 
Robert Fell, Thomas Micheson, Ralph Burne, Thomas 
Cooke, John Gybson, Thomas Foster, Richard Smith, 
Willyam Leighton, Robert Thompson, John Gowland, 
Parcivel Humble, Henrie Pearick, Nicholas Swallow, 
Edward Gowland, -James Relstan, Thomas Watson, 
Robert Thompson, James Freer (34), Thomas Challons, 
John Dixon, Robert Shadforth, Richard Burdon, William 
Stot, John Stockell, John Wilkinson, George Thompson, 
John Swallow, Peter Tajlour, Ralph Goodchilde, Robert 
Micheson, John Fell, Michael Bryan, Thomas Lacie, 
Thomas Gowland, John Scurfield, John Harrison, Thomas 
Redhead, Philip Chipchace, Thomas Thompson, Richard 
Wilkinson, Thomas Radcliffe, William Burton, Gabriell 
Pottes, John Huttoii, Robert Oliver, Robert Pasmore, 
Edward Littlefortli, Edward Burdon, Willia Pasmore, 
Cuthbert Dawson, John Smikh, (33), George Shepheardson, 
Jacob Sanderson, William Pattison, John Radcliife, Thomas 
Sidwick, William Moore, Edward Rose, Richard Rose, 
George Clarke, Robart Thompson, Ralph Wilkinson, 
Richard Andrew, John Milburne, George Redhead, Thomas 
White, Thomas Bell, William Mowburne, John Burden, 
John Allanbie, Robart Mowburne, Richard Thompson, 
Francis Bee, Francis Thompson, Richard Dickinson, John 
Gurdison, Edward Sanders, Ralph Jervase, Thomas John- 
son, Thomas Fewler, Edward Harper, Thomas Huntley, 
John Shepheardson, sen., John Shepheardson, jun., Ralph 
Holme, Adam Holme, Robart Pattison, William Collyer, 
sen. (37), Valentine Currie, John Anderson, Edward 
Henderson, William Todd, John Colston, John Cowper, 
Matthew Widdowes, Marke Watson, Thomas League, 
Thomas Atkinson, George Browne, Robert Wood, Henrie 
Green-acre, William Holt, Robert Arnot, George Watkin, 
John Tompson, Thomas Clayton, William Goldsbrough, 
Edward Harrison, Thomas Chilton, Cuthbert Thompson, 
Edward Burden, Willjam Browne, John Thompson, Peter 
Sharpe, George Robinson, Richard Robinson, Ralph 
Wilkinson, Richard Redhead, Adam Burdon, John Burdon, 



113 

Cuthbert Blenkinshop, Thomas Blenkinshop, Tliomas 
Letanie, John Key (36), Thomas Read, Robert Sommers, 
Henrie Armestrong, Anthony Ar me strong, Richard Ireland, 
John Labron, Richard Jackson, Mark Stranguage, James 
Lindesley, Robert Cockfield, Willam Sharp, Edward Steed- 
maii, Edward Thompson, John Birkell, Thomas Johnson, 
Ephraim Pottes, John Hoodespith, Christopher Stot, 
Thomas Thompson, William Thompson, Francis Colston, 
Gabriel Kelham, John Ward, Uzwiii Storie, John Ander- 
son, William Wilkinson, Edward Cole, Anthonie Bull, 
William Johnson, Ilichard Addison, Robert Black, Thomas 
Black, Will jam Thompson, George Walton, Anthonie 
Tajlour (35), Andrew Bell, Thomas Pattisoii, John Foster, 
Thomas Bulmer, Francis Foster, Henrie Marshall, Ralph 
Sayre, Samuel Hilton, Thomas Browne, Edward Boute- 
floure, Robert Marshall, Anthonie Browne, Edward Bentley, 
John Ayre, John Lawson, Alexander Humble, Robert 
Harry son, John Galloway, John Small, Francis Wilkinson, 
Christopher Robinson, William Bell, Thomas Simpson, 
Nicholas Thompson, Thomas Stones, John Bull, Willjam 
Huntley, Robert Nicholson, Francis Redhead, John Hyne, 
Bartholomew Peart, Richard Tajlour, John Shut ton, Chris- 
topher Richardson (34), Thomas Ferrar, Matthew Ferry - 
lesse, sen., Matthew Ferrylesse, jun., Christopher Ferry- 
lesse, Edward Ferrylesse, Reinold Ferrylesse, Christopher 
Hodson, Gerard Bell, George young, Thomas Lamp ton, 
William Dixon, Richard Atkinson, Nicholas Tomlinson, 
Thomas Dodsworth, Thpdorus Tajlor, John Morley, Ralph 
Walker, Robert Slingsbie, George Holme, Thomas Tajlour, 
Willjam Watson, Thomas Robinson, George Hall. Robert 
Chambers, George Watkin, jun., Thomas Anderson, Henrie 
Litster, Edward Clarke, Ralph Browne, Anthonie Wilde, 
Robert Atkinson, George Fell, George Watson John 
Burden, Anthony Page, John Robinson, Willyam Tajlour 
(37), Isaac Waters, Thomas Snowden, Edward Dun, 
Nicholas Thompson, Willyam Colljer, jun., John Bilton, 
Willyam Gylrie, John Robinson, Robart Cundam, Arthur 
young, George Moore, Robert Wilson, William Curtisse, 
Christopher Sommers, Richard Sanderson, George Martin, 
John T'odd, Robert Mason, Nicholas Thompson, Robert 
Saile, Dennis Atkinson, Willm. English, Nicholas Huntley, 
Robert Huntley, Willjain Thompson, Robart Walker, 
Robert Nixon, Henrie Dixon, Anthonie Tajlour, Nicholas 
Fletcher, John Surret, John Storie, Willia Robinson, 
Michael Smith, Lawrence Applebie, Robart Smith, William 
pottes, Michael Halliday, Thomas Meesome (39), James 
Taylour, Willjam Thompson, Willyam Old, Willjam Read, 
Thomas Tajlour, Thomas Bird, Willjam Bird, Ralph 



114 

Fennick, Cuthbert Kirton, Christopher Hall, Will jam 
Browne, Richard Rose, Thomas Bell, Ambrose Moyser, 
Richard Teasdale, William "VVatson, Richard Jackson, 
Ralph Walker, Willjarn Punsion, Robert Puiision, Willjam 
Dixon, John Tuttie, John Milburne, Francis Riggell, Allan 
Arnot, John Scott, John Good-childe, Robert Kell, Chris- 
topher pattison, Alexander Stead, Robert Harrison, Thomas 
Smith, Willjam Grove, William Thompson, John Arras, 
Will j a Watt, George Richardso, Christopher Richardso, 
George Foster, Edward Bullock, John Widdasse (41), 
Richard Robinson, Ambrose Gray, Robert Grey, John 
Whitton, Richard Thompson, John Rudderford, Richard 
Belley, Richard Smith, Andrew Huntley, Robert Ayre, 
George Evans, William Jackson, Marke Morgan, Hugh 
Moore, Robert Howgram, Lancelot Smith, George Lud- 
worth, John Foster, George Burden, William Lazenbie, 
Walter Waigh, Richard Hunter, John Wilkinson, William 
Wandlasse, Peter Scurfield, Richard Hie, William Scurfield, 
Matthew Philips, John Knaggs, John Armestrong, 
Alexander Jobson, John Moyser, George Loggan, John 
Taylour, Anthonie Myddleton, Ralph Shepheardso, 
William Shepheardson, Richard Armestrong, Robert 
Tajlour, Edward Jackson, James Robinson, George Hall 
(42), Gerard Pottes, Robert Taylour, Thomas Robinson, 
Nicholas Dixon, William Curtisse, Henry Foster, Richard 
Thorneton, George Cuthbert, Ralph Matthew, Arthur 
Smith, Richard Robinson, John Atkinson, Barnard Grey, 
William Wright, William Haswell, William Golightly, 
Robert Fennick, Thomas Bee, John White, Martin Watson, 
sen.j Edward Smith, Christopher Thompson, James Arkell, 
Martin Watson, jun., John Watso, Gawan Mawbie, Talbot 
Ribton, Roger Dun, Robert Knag*gs, Stephen Fennick, 
William S'walwell, John Swalwell, Thomas Hutchinson, 
William Hay, Richard Wilson, sen., Samuel Wilson, 
Richard Wilson, jun., William Wilson, Robert Hadock, 
Francis Hay, Thomas Hay, John Wilson (42), Richard 
Smith, Thomas Cuthbert, John Scott, John Harburne, John 
Gramton, George Nicholson, Thomas Robinson, John Bee, 
John Browne, Robert Browne, James Witherbume, 
Willjam Burton, William Ellinor, William Thompson, 
Thomas Scott, John Moore, Matthew Brewster, Thomas 
Hodge, Willam Cleark, Thomas Ainsley, Edward Walters, 
John Walters, Gerard Chapman, Patrick Huggon, John 
Jarvase, William Revely, Thomas Parkin, Matthew Wilson, 
Peter Maltbie, Thomas Baliffe, James Burne, Gilbert 
Dineby, Richard Myles, Robert Chambers, John Bee, 
Cuthbert Pottes, Willyam Usher, John Pattison, Robert 
Bilton, George Coates^ Thomas Tilley, Richard Hunham, 



115 

Will jam Curtas, John Hollis (44), John Whitwell, John 
Radclift'e, David Browne, Willyam Dixon, Thomas Huggin, 
John Harbottle, Tristram Barwiek, Richard Bedhead, Guy 
Stapper, Edward Gyllery, John Ranson (11), Signed. 
Curat : Thomas Waite 6 , Constables : John Hilton, Thomas 
Ayre, CJnu-chwardon: John Johnson., Churchwardens: John 
Roxbey, Thomas Ayre, sen. (17). 

Onely these refused to subscribe Robart Hutcheson of 
wermuth, Richard Huntley of East-Burdon (2). 

CASTLE EDEN.* 

(Written on the front page of a double sheet of fools- 
cap. The back page is endorsed " Castle Eden parish." 
" Noe Person Certified to haue Refused.") (D.O.2.). 

The Names of all these within our parish of Castledon 
who haue taken the protestacion, Feb. 24, 1641, within the 
County of Durham. 

Mr. Cuthbert Sidgwicke, Richard Rawling, sen., 
Edward Highley, Anthoney Read, sen., Raph Newbey, 
sen., John Coates, Willyam Mylner, Thomas Readhead, 
Anthoney Read, Cuthbert Waller, jun., Richard Raw- 
linge, jun., Robert Rawlinge, Thomas Hutchinson, George 
Co>ck, John Highly, Mathewe- Spark, John Spark, George 
Coate, Willyam Havelie, Thomas Rea, John Rowles, 
Anthoney Byers (22). 

We have not any who haue refussed to Take the same 
protestacion. 

In this parish 22 taken it. Signed. Curatt: Mr. John 
Wood, Constable : Thomas Sigswicke, Churchwarden : Raph 
Newbey. 

CROXDALE.t 

(Written on one side of a -single sheet of foolscap. 
Endorsed on the back " Croxdale.") (D.O.3.). 

A Note of all there names that haith taken the oath 
with in the parish of Croxdaile, February the xxiiijth day, 
1641. 

(All the names in this list down to that of " Mr. James 
Greene Vicker " have a cross made to them.) 

6 In whose writing the list is throughout. 

*For an account of the parish of Castle Eden, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i, pt. 2, p. 40. 

fFor an account of Croxdale parish, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iv, 
pt. 2, p. 113. 



116 

Imprmis Mr. Jerrard Salvin 7 , esquire, Mr. Jerrard 
Salvin 8 , younger, George shawdfourth, Christofer Peare- 
*son, Tho. Pickering, William Archer, James Whitfield, 
Frances Oarde, William freer, Antho. TJbancke, John 
kirkly, Eaph Orookes, George Dickson, John Thompson, 
Tho. Speed, William Johnson, Christofer Biggins, Eichard 
Leeper, Cuthbt. Aude, Eaph Clarke, Tho. Biggins, George 
Conninghani, Peeter Swinborne, John mainswourth, Edward 
Thompson, Eichard Meabourne, Tho. Eawe, Robert Robin- 
son, William shaudfourth, Mr. Patrick forties, John Tod, 
William Harrison, Jerrard Cooper. Viclcer : Mr. James 
Greene 9 , Constable: Jerrard Liddell, Churchwarden: John 
Pickering. 

The names of them that did refuse the oath. 

Imprimis Eaph Younge 10 , William Pickering, Eaph 
Biggins, Antho. Speed. 



DALTON-LE-DALE.* 

(Written in a small quarto pamphlet of 16 pages.) 
(D.O.4.). 

The protestation taken by the Minister and parishioners 
within the parish of Dalton in the Daile in the Countie 
Pallatyne of Durham. 

The 23 day of February, Ano Dni, 1641. 

The names of all such Protestants within the parish of 
Dalton in the Daile Inhabitinge within the Countie Palla- 
tyne of the Bishopricke of Durham, that haith this pro- 
testation directed from the house of Commons by the 
Justices within the said Countie who haith ministred this 
protestation to us. 

Signed. Vicar of Dallton in ye Dayle : Matthew Cooper 11 , 
Constables : William Shippardson, Eobert Shadforth, 

7 Son of Grerard Salvin of Croxdale, married firstly, Mary, dau. of 
Eobt. Hodgson of Hebburn ; secondly, Mary, dau. of Bryan Bellasis of 
Morton; he was buried at St. Oswald's, Durham, 20 Jan., 1663/4. 

8 Eldest son of the above by his first wife, Lieut. -Colonel of 
Tempest's Kegiment of Foot, slain at Northallerton in the service of 
Charles I, 1644; unmarried. 

9 This line is struck out in the MS. 

10 Presented, 2 July, 1639. 

"Vicar, 1621-1622 (Rector of St. Mary the Less 1663-75), B.A., 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 3 July, 1616; married 9 Oct., 1621, Alice 

Kyrby, at St. Mary the Less, bur. at St. Oswald's Durham, 5 July, 
1697. 

* For an account of the parish of Dalton le Dale, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 1. 



117 

Robert Fell, ChurcJnvardens : George Younge, Thomas 
Foster, Ouer seers : John Foster, John Robinson (8). 

The names of all them that haue< taken this protestation. 
February the 23, Ano Dm, 1641. 

Dalton in the Daile Edward Daile 12 , George Daile 13 , 
Anthony Smithe, Thomas Todd, Robert Fell, sen., Raiphe 
Daile, Nicho. Bootnoore 14 , Thomas Steedman, William 
Robinson, John Ellison, John Pendreth, Robert frond, John 
Gedlinne, John Todd, Robert Bootnoore, James Wattson, 
Christo. Bee, William Hopper, John Kearton, George Elli- 
son, John Cockie (21). 

Hesseldeii John Foster, sen., Thomas Sharpe, Robert 
Sharpe, Thomas Foster, John Foster, jun., John Shadforth, 
John Muffett, Thomas Home, John Taylor, John Frood, 
John Marshall, John Raynoldson, Willm. Taylor, John 
Walker, Antho. Johnson, John Taylor, John Whittons, 
John Robinson, William Parkin, Richard Ushaw, George 
Bell (21). 

Morton Bryan Younger, Robert Raynoldson, Thomas 
Younge, Edward Robinson, George Tan ton, Richard 
Moore, John Shacklocke, Richard Gibson, Rjchard Marley, 
William Robinson, John Ayres, Adam Shippardson 15 , John 
Gregson. William Shacklocke, Anthony Younge, Thomas 
Gibson, Rowland Bland. 

Dalden protestants and seruants theire John Johnson, 
Robert Johnson, John Home, Richard Shacklocke (21). 

February the 23, Ano Dni, 1641. 

A note of all them that refuseth to take this protesta- 
tion being Roimishe Catholiques. 

Dalden George Colliiigwood 17 , Esquire, Mr. William 
Wytham 18 , gent., Geo. Collingwood 17 , gent., William 
Swinburne, Martyn Collingwood, Robert Horsley, Adam 
Robinson, Geo. the Sehoolemr, Thomas Collingwood, John 
Collingwood. 

All these are popish recusants. 

12 1667, July 29, Mr. Edward Dale, Dalton, bur. Begs. 

13 1680, Sept. 16, Mr. George Dale, Dalton, bur. Regs. 

11 1654, Dec. 10, Mary, d. of Nicholas Boultflower, Dalton, born. 
Kegs. 

15 1668, July 27, Adam, son of Mr. Adam Shipperdson, deceased 
bur. Pegs. 

17 1685, Oct. 22, George Cbllingwood, Daldon, bur. He married, 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Swinburn of Edlingham, Esq. 

18 Of Cliffe, married Anne, dau. of George Collingwood of Dalden & 
Eslington, Foster's Yorkshire Families. See pedigree of Collingwood 
of Daldon and of Eslington, Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 7. 



118 

Signed. Vicar of Dallton in ye Dayle : Matthew Cooper, 
Constaples : Willm. S'hippardson, Robert Shadforth, Robert 
.Fell, Churchivardens : George Younge, Thomas Foster, Over- 
seers: John Foster, John Robinson. 

Itm all Dalton parish taken it, 71 ; refused, 10. 

DURHAM. 
ST. MARY LE BOW, NORTH BAILEY. t 

(Written in two columns on the first page of a double 
sheet of foolscap. Endorsed on the back page " Little St. 
Maries in Durham South 19 North baly," " North Baly," 
" Noe Person Certified that Refuseth/') (D.0.5). 

Febr. xxviii , 1641. 

The names of the householders and other Inhabitants in 
the parishe of St. Maries in the northe Balye of the Cittie 
of Durham of the age of xviii yeares and upwards who have 
taken the protestacon accordinge as is required by the hoble 
house of Comons from them directed to Sr. Willm. Darcie. 
Knt., highe Sheriff e of the said Countie and the Justices 
there, and from the Justices to the Minister and other 
officers of the said parishe. 

John Steuenson*, Esquire, Marke Hunter, his servant, 
Richard Mathew 20 , gent., George Barkas, his servant, 
Cuthbte Sissotn 1 , gent., James Watson 2 , gent., Lftnclot 
Hilton 3 , gent., John Paycocke Gaylor 4 , Richard Ayre 5 , 

19 The words "Little" and " South " are struck out in the MS. 
20 1649, July 11, Margeria, uxor, Richi Mathew, generosi obit. Regs. 

1 He married, firstly, 12 Dec., 1619, Isabel King: (died 2 Apl., 
1634); he married, seco'ndly, 18 Nov., 1634, Meriall Cooper; bur. at 
Durham Cathedral, 18 Apl., 1675, aged 87. Regs. 

2 1649, June 13, James Watson, bur. Regs. 

3 1685, May 29, " Mr. Lancelott Hilton, my very kind much esteemed 
and honoured friend departed this life the 28 May, and was interred 
by his owne order and request neare unto his brother Mr. Christopher 
Mickleton, his grave and tombestone in the Cathedral yard at Durham." 
Regs. 

4 1642, Apl. 11, Mary Laburne, mother-in-law to John Peacock, bur. 
Regs. 1646, Apl. 30, John Peacocke Jaylor, Templo, bur. St. Nich. 
Durham Regs. 

5 1628/9, Jan. 13, Richard Aire of Bishopton and Alice Elstobb, 
md. Regs. 

* Mar. Mary, dau. of Ambrose Dudley of Chopwell, and ancester of 
John Hall Stevenson of Skelton Castle, the "Crazy Castle of Sterne." 

f For an account of the parish of St. Mary le Bow, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 37." 



119 

gent., Arthur Phillipps 6 , gent., Christofer Mickleton 7 , gent., 
Anthonie Walker, his servant, Gilbte Frevile 8 , gent., Robert 
Cooper 9 , gent., Willm. Church 10 , Batchler of law, Raphe 
Birkhead, sen., Raphe Birkhead, jun., Willm. Birdshead, 
Blacksmith, Willm. Ransom, Slaitor, George Horsley, yeama, 
John Horsley, yeama, Cuthberte wilson, weaver, Thomas* 
Betles, yeama, Willm. Foster, Carpenter, John Massam, 
Carpenter, Thomas Miller, laborer, George Hodshon, Tayler, 
Thomas Slieitfeild, Benymaii Burras, Taylor, Samuel! 
Banckes, yearn, Willm. Smarte, yearn, Henry Carter, 
Taylor, Samuell Martin, yearn, James Dobsoii, yearn, George 
Kirby 11 , gent., Richard Belte 12 , gent., Moses Skepper 13 , 
gent., Thomas Wodd, his servant, Henry Moorecro'fte 14 , 
gent., John heath 15 , Counsellor at lawe, Henry Smith 16 , 
.Esq., (43 17 ), Tymothie Brigham, Taylor, James Law T es, 
Plumber, Richard Hutchinson, Taylor, John Whitehead, 

6 1640, Apl. 30, Anne, wife of Mr. Arthur Phillips, bur. Eegs. ; 
1643, Nov. 12, Arthur Phillipps, gent, and Jane Hutchinson, mar. with a 
lycense, St. Oswald's, Durham; he was buried at the Cathedral, 30 May, 
1680. 

7 1669, Aug. 29, Christopherus Mickleton, atturnatus et legum valde 
peritus, et in omnimoda scientia eruditus, bur., Cathedral Durham, 
aged 56. He purchased the Crookhall estate; and mar., firstly, Mary, 
dau. of Thomas King of South Shields, by whom he had a son, James, 
Author of the Mickleton Collections"; secondly, Anne Dodshon of 
Stranton. 

8 1621, Oct. 16, Mr. Gilbert Frevill and Elizabeth Cooper, mar. 
Bishop Middleham Regs. 

3 Bapt., 2 June, 1611. 1642, Nov. 18, Mr. Robt. Cooper, bur. Regs. 

10 Under Sheriff of the County, 1663/4, Jan. 14, Mr. William Church, 
bur. St. Mary the Less Durham Regs. See Surte&s Soc., vol. 124, 
p. 162. 

11 1686/7, Feb. 9, George Kirby, gent., bur. Cathedral Registers, 
Durham. 

12 1659, July 2, Mr. Richard Belt, attorney at law, Templum, bur. 
St. Nicholas', Durham. 

13 1641/2, Mch. 7, Mri. Moses Skepper, bur. St. Margaret's, Durham; 
mar. Margaret', dau. of Hugh Wright, Mayor of Durham, mar., 12 
June, 1628. 

11 1637, Sept. 28, Henry Moorecroft and Barbary, dau. of James 
Hilton of Dyons, mar., both of Durham. Houghton-le-Spring Regs. 

15 Of Gray's Inn, afterwards of Old Durham, near the City of Durham, 
Esq. Bapt. 30 Sept., 1604, at Pittington; buried, 7 March, 1664, at St. 
Giles, Durham ; mar. Margaret, dau. of William Smith of Durham, 
mar., 27 Oct., 1623. Regs. 

16 Of West Herrington, Esq., Counsellor at Law, bapt. 30 July, 
1609. Regs. Mar., firstly, at Durham Cathedral, 10 June, 1630, 
Elizabeth Chapman; and secondly, at Houghton-le-Spring, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Robt. Ayton of West Herrington, gent; bur. at Houghton-le- 
Spring, 9 Oct., 1661. 

17 This total includes the curate and constable who sign across the 
bottom of the page. 



120 

laborer, Thomas Harrison, Scriviiior, John Hutchinson > 
yeama, John Davison, Whitesmith, Daniell Davison, his 
servant, John Jackson, Nicholas Bryan, Cooke, Kobte 
ClercKe, Vintner, John Lambe, yearn, Charles Mickleton, 
yeam, Raphe Hall 18 , gent., James Smart e, yearn, John 
Brigham, Taylor, Willm. Lambe, John Guydon 19 , gent., 
Toby Brookinge 20 , gent., Robte Mitfoorth 1 , gen., Tymothie 
Wilson, Webster, Willm. Porter, yeam, Roger Lawes, 
Plumber, Wilfrid Lambe, Plumber, Willm. Blithman, 
Butcher, Nicholas Grene, Glasier, John Grene, his Appren- 
tice, Thomas Shoreswodd, laborer, Jonas Moore 2 , gent., 
Humphrey Houlden, yeam, Phillip Bancks, Cordiner, 
Christofer Richardson, William howlinge, Clockmaker. 

Onely Willia . . bury 3 of the parishe aboue, said white- 
smith, haith not taken the protestacon. 

This entry is crossed out and the words " taken it " added 
(33). 

Signed. Curate of ye parish abouesaid : Will Smith 4 , 
Constable therof : John Benson. 



DURHAM. 
ST. MARY, SOUTH BAILEY.* 

(Written on one side of a single sheet of foolscap. The 
other side is endorsed " South baly." " Noe Persons Certi- 
fied that haue refused. ") (D.O.6.). 

A note of the names and surnames of all men above the 
age of eightene yeares within the parish of the South bailey 
in the cittie of Durham which have made protestation 
according to Commandment, February the xvith, 1641. 

18 1708, Apl. 11, Kalph Fall, gent., bur. Regs. 

19 1632, May 29, John Guidon and Agnes Hall, vid., md. Regs. 

20 1642, June 28, Tobias Brooking 1 , hujus Ecclesice psaltes, qua 
eccedens, sepultus est. Cathedral Regs. He married, 11 July, 1626,. 
Magdalen Dodsworth, St. Mary the Less Regs. 

1 1625, Oct. 28, Robert Mitford, gent., and Elizabeth Porter, mar. 
Regs. 1666/7, Feb. 9, Robert Mitford, bur. Regs. 

-1638/9, Mch. 24, Mary, dau. of Mr. Jonas Moore, and Elenor, his 
wife, bapt., St. Mary le Bow, Durham. 

3 Practically illegible; looks like Ewbury in the MS. 

4 1640, Apl. 23, Grace, wife of William Smith, Clerke, bur. 1645, 
Apl. 21, William Smith, Clerke, bur. St. Manj le Bow Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of St. Mary in the South Bailey,, 
see Siirtees, Durham, vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 44. 



121 

Mr. James Pemiymans 5 , Mr. William Oystoue, Mr. 
Richard Newhouse 6 , Mr. John Calverley 7 , Mr. Robert Xew- 
house 8 , Thomas Carr 9 , Chrislofor Foster, Gilbert Marchall, 
Raph Lee, John Teasdell, Rowland Brig-ham, Mathewe 
Taylor, John Wright, William Maylym, John Partis., John 
Eg''lstoiie, John Kenelyside, Humi'rey Stephenson, Cuth- 
bert Marley. Signed. Cured : Willm. Murray, Ch. 
war-den: Phill Ebbuts 10 , Churchwarden: John Applby, 
Constable: Robert Loiigstafl (23). 

DURHAM. 

ST. GILES.* 

(Written on both sides of a single sheet of foolscap 
folded down the centre to form a narrow four paged 
pamphlet.) (D.O.7.). 

Dunelm Snt. Giles parish. 

These doth Take it. 

Mr. hendry Smith, gentleman, John Bell, Jolin Ace- 
maii, Thomas Wilson, Thomas Snawdoii, juii., Thomas 
Snawdon, sen., Richard Welberey, Chirster Ayreson, 
Thomas Tod, Thomas Coultman, peter Booth, Charles 
Bayles, Georg Taylor, John Braiitiiigam, Thomas Come- 
forth, Richard Bariisefather, Giles Atkinson, Timothy Hub- 
bocke, Oswold Bell, Simon Martin, George Greesoii, Robert 
Hutchison, Chris ter hedley, John dobison, Raiph Steven- 
son, hendry Bailes, Willia Simson, Thomas Browne, 
Thomas Bailes, John Bosby, Thomas Tomson, Thomas hut- 

5 Of Ormesby, Co. York, knighted by Charles I at Durham, 24 Apl., 
1642, and created a baronet by Charles II, 22 Feb., 1664. He was a 
zealous loyalist, and like many other cavaliers of his time, raised a 
considerable troop of horse at his own expense ; during the Common- 
wealth a fine was imposed upon him for supporting the cause of Charles 
II, and he sold a portion of the Ormesby estates for the sum of 3,500 
to Mrs. Elwes, which his descendant Sir James Pennyman repurchased 
in 1770, for 47,500. Born, 6 Mch., 1608/9; died, 24 Apl., 1679. He 
married at Castlegate, Co. York, 26 Dec., 1632, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Stephen Norcliffe of York. Foster's Yorkshire Families. 

6 1657, July 17, Richardus Newhouse etatis 70 anni, bur. Regs. 

7 1622/3, Feb. 16, Johannes Caverley, gener. et Isabella Hegge filia 
Mrs. Hegge, mar. Regs. 

s 1668, Sept. 19, Mr. Robert Newhouse, bur. Regs. See Surtees 
Soc., vol. 124", p. 170. . 

CJ 1645, Aug. 21, Thomas Carr buried. Regs. 

10 Married, 27 Jan., 1627/8, at St. Mary the Less, to Grace, dau. of 
Dr. Robert Hutton ; bur. at Houghtou-le-Spring, 28 Dec., 1660. 

* For an account of the parish of St. Giles, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 58. 



122 

chison, Robert porras, Robert Richardson, niathew Burrow, 
Thomas Lane, John Foster, Edward Brantingam, John 
Gray, Gerrard welberry, Thomas dobson, Daiiiell huds- 
peth (42), Mr. Thomas heath 11 , jun., gentleman, John Coul- 
son, Thomas Beanie, Thomas Leigh, John Peale, George 
Jourdison, John Miller, Thomas Heath 12 , Esquire, Mr. 
John Wycliffe 13 , gentleman, Robert Twydall, James Atkins, 
Edward Robisori, Thomas Huton, Raiph Noble, Robert 
Coulson, Richard Curry, Richard Johnson, John harrison, 
Robert hedley, Richard Ayre, Nicholas Sparke, william 
Jourdison, Robert haswell, Richard Chiltoii, Robert kent, 
Roland potter, Roland Robsoii, Thomas fuler, Thomas Sim- 
son, Thomas dawson, jun., John davison, peter Baker, 
James fairebarne, Andrew Rotherforth, John white, John 
heigh, John Bambrough, John duckett, John Chiltoii, 
Anton Thirslewhite, Edward Burdas, Cuthbert bambrig, 
John Burdas, George Coulson, Robert Watson (45), 
william Blackstoii 14 , gentleman, george Robson, william 
hubbocke, Simon Fentou, Richard Coulson, Richard Litle- 
fare 15 , william Burton, John Coulson, John Neleson, John 
Gray, John Coulson, James Colledge, Parkar heath 16 , 
g'entleman, George wright, Richard Sparrow, Chirster 
Bi chison, Cuthbert Swynburne, Joihn Blackstoii 17 , g^eiitle- 
man, Thomas a Love, sen., Thomas a love, jun., George 
Curry, George Martin, Richard whitfeilde, william Benkes, 
John Gray, John wilkison, Robert dobson, william hugell, 
Abram Allison, George Claxstoii, GeoTge dobison, watter 
Jackson, John wilkison, John heighfeild, heiidry waiilas, 
hendry Bosby, hendry Johnson, Thomas Foster (38). 
Signed. Collectors : John Lyons, Francis Pearson, Clerk : 

11 Of Kepyer West Grange, 1627; living 1646, married Dorothy, dau. 
of Eev. Richard Bunny of Newlands, Normanton, Yorks. 

12 Perhaps son of above, if so, bapt. 1 Nov., 1607, at St. Giles, 
Durham. 

13 1628, Nov. 18, John Wycliff and Alice Emerson, mar. St. Nicholas, 
Durham. 

14 Of Old Malton, an officer in the service of Charles I., residing at 
Pittington; J.P., for Co. Pal., Durham, bur. at St. Oswald's, 2 Jan., 
1684/5. 

15 Felton crossed out and Litlefare substituted in MS. 

16 Son of Thomas Heath of Kepyer West Grange, by his wife 
Dorothv, dau. of the Rev. Richard Bunny of Newlands, bapt. at St. 

Giles, Durham, 27 Dec., 1613. 

17 Probably John Blakiston the Regicide, if so, son of Marmaduke 
Blakiston, Vicar of Woodhom, Rector of Redmarshall, Rector of 
Sedgefield, and Prebendary of the 7th Stall, of Newton Hall, Durham, 

by his wife Margaret James. Bapt., 21 Aug., 1603 at Sedgefield, M.P. 
for Newcastle, 1641; mar., 9 Nov., 1626, Susan Chamber at All Sts., 
Newcastle. He was one of the Judges who signed the death warrant of 
King Charles I., 29 Jan., 1648/9. Will dated 1 June, 1649, proved in 
London, 24 Mch., 1650, by his widow. 



123 

.El. Smyth 18 ; Richard Trip, Richard Cornforth, Thomas 
Dawspn, Anthony Emerson. 

These doth not Take it, 

Recusants John Pattison, Christopher Bee, Thomas 
pattison, John Smirke, humfray Gerry, John fr is sell. 
Signed. Collecioi- : John Lyons; Clerk: El. Smyth; 
Churchwardens: Richard Trip, Thomas dawson ; Anthonie 
Emarson, Richard Corneforth. 

The names of all in the parish of St. Giles, wch hath 
taken it 125 these wch refused to take it 6. 

(Endorsed) Dunelm Saint Giles parish. 

DURHAM. 
ST. MARGARET'S.* 

(Written on single sheets of foolscap torn into two strips 
and sewn to form a narrow pamphlet of 14 pages. (D.O.8.). 

The Chapplery of St. Margaret's in Durham de suburb 
Ciuit Dunelm. 

Sainct Margarett's Chapplery in Durham, March the 2, 
1641. 

The names of such persons as tooke the Protestacon 
wthin the Chappellrie aforesaid. 

William Freisell, Mathew Thompson, Robert Burton, 
Richard Atkinson, Rowland Atkinson, Humfrey Atkinson, 
Cuthbert Kirbie, Michaell Olliuer, William Pearson, jun., 
Lancelot! Carnaby, John Sheffeild, John Walton, Richard 
Wheatley, Raph Allonson, Raph Suddicke, John Jackson, 
John Dearham, James Marshall, George Humble, Christofer 
Skirroe, Rowland Stott, Arthure Pearson, William Watt, 
William Ibbeson, sen., Thomas hutchinson, William 
Ibbeson, jun., Richard Hall, Robert Armstronge, William 
Sherwin, George Pearson (30), John Gibson, William Chap- 
man, Raph Dickeson, John Stephen son, Robert Fisher, 
sen., Raph Wilson, sen., Humfrey Butler, Mr. Richard 
Hutchinson 19 , James Hutchinson Robert Hutchinson, 
William Hutchinson, Heugh E'rrington, Christopher Yasie, 
John White, John Selby, Michaell Johnson, Anthony 
Williamson, Thomas ."Williamson, Thomas Freisell, William 
Rawe, Rowland Walker, Allexaiidr Williamson, sen., 
Allexandr Williamson, jun., Nicholas Coltman, James 

18 Elias Smith, presented, 1632, to St. Giles, .Master of the Grammar 
School, 1640-66, Librarian to the Dean and Chapter, Vicar of Bedlington 
and Minor Canon, bur. at the Cathedral, 9 Dec., 1676. 

19 Son of Christopher Hutchinson, by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Browne of Shotton. He married Jane, dau. of Thomas 
Robinson of Brancepeth. Buried, 24 June, 1680. Begs. 

* For an account of the chapelry of St. Margaret's, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 127. 



124 

harreson, Thomas Colson, Thomas Dickesoii, Thomas. 
Harrison, John Harrison, John Egglestori, John Seamer, 
John Smith, George Wilson, William Hutchinson, Thomas 
Hopper (35), Robert younger, Robert Wyseman, George 
Hprsley, Walter Gibb, John Stctt, Edward Hedley, 
Nicholas Corny n, John Comyn, Thomas Comyn, Thomas 
Richardson, William Murtoii, John Taylor, Raph White, 
John Medy, Mr. William Dakins 20 , Henry White, James 
Hutchinson, sen., Rowland Reede, Thomas Bellie, George 
Woodmas, John Fog gin, Mimgo Little, James Farelesse, 
John Rowell, Thomas Phillipsoii, Symond Smith, William 
Harreson, George Arckle, William Hinde, Thomas Todd, 
Nicholas Todd, Mathew Todd, Georg-e Feiiwicke (-33)*, 
William Pearson, Thomas Welbury, John Johnson, Cuth- 
bert Knaggs, Thomas Knaggs, Robert Knag'gs, Edward 
Charletoii, Christopher Reiinyson, John Almond, Thomas 
Preston, Thomas Walker, John Walker, Anthony Walker, 
George Currey, William Maugham, Andrew Mason, 
William Yealder, George Rowell, John Bell, Heugh 
Rowell, William Rowell, John Rowell, Richard Wilkinson, 
Raph Walker, Mathew Mason, Edward Ruttlesse, Raph 
Ruttlesse, Christ of er Dent, Christofer Dauison, Richard 
Jackson, Thomas Brasse, Mr. Michaell Hall 1 , Mr. Thomas 
Gill 2 , Henry Manuger, William Mittchell (35), Robert 
Gowland, George Stott, jun., Tymothie Stott, John 
Tomson, Robert Stellinge, John Swalhvell, Cuthbert Grin- 
well, Gregory Hutchinson, Thomas Hutchinson, William 
Hutchinson, Anthony Hutchinson, Thomas Dickson, jun., 
William Yealdart, Thomas Benson, Rowland Langstaffe, 
Lyonell Carnaby, John Thornton, Thomas Dnnn, Robert 
Dixon, William Stott, Mr. Toby Blakeston 3 , Mr. Edward 
Parkinson 4 , Thomas Blakeston, Robert Blakeston, Thomas 
Harreson, Richard Nicholson, John Key, John Robinson, 
Thomas Grinwell, Toby Johnson, Richard Dauison, 
William Dixon, William Page, Robert Patteson, Edward 
Rodham, Thomas Reede (36), Michaell Hardie, Robert 
Foster, John Emerson, Thomas Hutchinson, Richard 
Tunstall, Francis Watson, Thomas Buttrie, Henry Widdi- 
feild, Christofer harreson, Heugh Dodds, Rowland 
Truiickstoii, Robert Kirtley, John Jackson, Christofer 
Walton, Edward Buttrie, Thomas Clerke, Marke Smith, 

20 1671, Apl. 12, Mr. William Daikings, bur. Regs. 

1 1655, Sept. 28, Michael Hall, gent., bur. Regs. 1680, June 29, 
Mr. Michael Hall, bur. Regs. 

2 1662, Aug. 26, Mr. Thomas Geell, bur. Regs. 

a 1680, July 2, Mr. Tobyas Blakiston, bur. Regs. 
4 1667, Apl. 29, Mr. Edward Parkinson, bur. Regs. 



125 

John Kirkley, Barnaby Robson, Ciithbert Parkin, George 
Tomson, William Ellrington, John Dixon, Michaell Welsh, 
Gilbert Watson, William Watson, George Taylor, Thomas 
Stott, Lenard Sheele, Thomas Keneleside, Robert Freisell, 
Michaell Hodshon, William Wilson, Thomas Dobbeson 
(34), Heugh Ayre, Richard Close, John Halley, Richard 
Grinwell, Raph Robson, William Hastie, Allexander 
Gibbon, Thomas Dixon, William Johnson, George Stott, 
James Noble, Christopher Clerke, Thomas Hall, Lancelott 
Permires, Thomas Wardell, William Emerson, William 
Jackson, Bartholomew Ingram, Robert Ingram, William 
Hall, Thomas Hall, Raph Rawe, George Patteson, Ciith- 
bert Chipchase, Cuthbert Hut chin son, William Shipperd, 
William Burdori, Thomas Hutchinson, John Liddall, John 
Hall, John Kirkhouse, George Wright, Toby Bayles, 
Symond Coulson, Anthony Bayles (35), John Johnson, 
Nicholas Emerson, Lenard Beene, Mr. George Sheffeild 5 , 
Robert Boyes, Thomas Mills, John Hunter, Mr. William 
Heighington 6 , George Stott, sen., William Lowrey, 
William Coulson, James Taylor, Cuthbert Dixon, Edward 
Stott, Henry Halsey, John Mayor, Luke Dickinson, John 
Chipchase, Symon Bracke, Cuthbert Simson, John Chaiie- 
ton, Raph Wilson, Mr. Christofer Hutchinson 7 , Mr. Cuth- 
bert Billingham 8 , Richard Cornforth, John Johnson, Roger 
Rawe, Henry Clement, William Hutchinson, Thomas Earle, 
John Harreson, Heugh Stott, John Urweii, John Stott, 
Richard Harreson (35), John Wilkinson, William Hedley, 
William Gaynes, John Gaynes, Myles Atkinson, John 
Mason, Thomas Ellrington, Mathew Corner, Heugh 
Hutchinson, Robert Smith, William Rose, John Walker, 
John Skirroe, Toby Elstobb, Jacob Skinner, Thomas 
Allonson, Nicholas. Bee 9 , Robert Wilkinson, George 
Walton, Isacke Gilpin, John Beenie (21). 

Heareafter followeth the names of such persons within 
the said Chappellry as refused to- come to take the said 
protestacon. 

5 1639, Sept. 24, George Sheiffeild, gent, and Margrett Shereton, 
widow, both of the chapelry of St. Margaret's, by Licence, St. Oswald's, 
Durham. 

6 1693, Nov. 29, Mr. William Heighington, bur. Begs. 

7 1645, Christopher Hutchinson, died, St. Oswald's, Durham. Regs. 

8 Of Crookhall, married Ann, dau. of Nicholas Walton, Curate of 
Croxdale. 

9 Mar., firstly, at St. Margaret's, 12 June, 1621, Jane Haslebe; and 
secondly, at the same church, 15 June, 1624, Barbara Ussie, widow. 
From the last named Jacob Bee was born; he was the Diarist, the 
diary being printed in Surtecs Society, vol. 124, pp. 54-175, and vol. 118, 
p. 43. 



John Addamson, Thomas Smirke, Mr. William. 
Power 10 , Thomas Power, Eobert Burne, John Teasdale, Mr. 
John Forcer 11 , John Johnson, James Hall, Charles Tayler, 
William Winter, Robert Gelson, John Liddall, Edward 
Taylor, Richard Kirtley, Mr. Raph Hall 12 , Marmaduke 
Noble, Christofer Welfoote, John Welfoote, Rowland 
Buttrie, Cuthbert Liddall, Richard Flethani, William 
Wayde 13 (23). Signed. Clerk: John Duris 14 , Church- 
wardens : John Rycharclson, Thomas Johnson, Thomas- 
Dalston, Raiphe Belley, Constables : Robert Fisher, Thomas 
Rennison, Nicholas Hutchinsoii, John Gowlaiid, Ouerseers : 
John Keenlysyde, niichael Paxxs 15 (11). 

DURHAM. 
ST. NICHOLAS.* 

(Written upon half foolscap sheets sewn in the same 
form as St. Margaret's.) (D.O.9.). 

Durham, St. Nich. parish. 

St. Nich. parish in Durham Concerning the protesta- 
ion. 

The Certificate (sic) of Minister: Allexsander Brogdon 16 , 
Churchwardens : John Walton and Thomas Eitherington,. 
Constables : John Gooclheire and Richard Skaithlock, Ouer- 
seers for the poore : John W r allas and George Palmer, in St. 
Nich. parish in Durham. 

Imprimis the Names of those that haue taken the pro- 
testation coinended to them by the Honorable house of 
Comons. The parties abouesaid took it before the Justices, 
and then gave it to these persons as Followeth, vizelt. 

Feb. 20th, 1641. 

Mr. Christofer Cookson 17 , Mayor, Mr. Hewgh Walton 18 r 
Alderman, Mr. John Heighington 19 , Alderman, Mr. Ralph 

10 1657, Aug. 17, Mr. Willm. Power, buried, 1666/7; Mch. 6, Mrs 
Margaret Power, bur. Regs. 

11 1665, Aug. 31, Mr. John Forcser, bur. Eegs. 

12 1708, Apl. 11, Ealph Hall, gent, bur., St. Mary le Bow, Durham. 

13 A name following has been scraped out with a penknife. The 
only letters readable are " John B . . . i . . (k?). 

14 Vicar of Muggleswick, 1662-1684. 

15 Query Panes or Panes clumsily written. 

16 1645/6, Feb. 15, Alex. Brogden, cleric., bur. Easington Regs. 
17 1650, Nov. 28, Christopher Cookson, Alderman, templo, bur. Regs. 
"Mayor of Durham, 1615, 1623/4, 1633/4, 1639/40; Draper, mar., 

firstly, Barbara Harrison, 27 June, 1598; Regs, secondly, Jane Cook, 
mar. 11 Sept., 1606, at St. Giles, Durham, bur. 5 Aug., 1652. Regs. 

19 1661, May 15, Mr. John Heighington, younger, Templo, bur. 
Regs. 1705/6 Jan. 2, old John Heighington, Quaker, died. Bee's Diary. 

* For an account of the parish of St. Nicholas, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 46. 



127 

Allenson 20 , Alderman, Mr. Thomas Tunstall 1 , Alderman, Mr. 
John HalP, Alderman, Mr. Richard Man 3 , Alderman, Mr. 
Thomas Trolupp 4 , Mr. John Ayreson 5 , Mr. Anthoney 
Smyth 6 , Mr. Cuthbert Hutchinson 1 , Mr. Anthoney Dayle 8 , 
Mr. Thomas Goodheire 9 , Mr. Thomas Cooper 10 , Willyam 
Bell, taylor, Richard Browne, Thomas Richardson, cordi- 
ner, George Pickeringe, Gabriell Wright (19). 

Anno Doni, 1641. 
Christopher Bancke. 

Feb. 23, 1641. 

John Thorpe, James Harbeson, Gilbert Lowson, John 
Thompson, Cuthbert Brass, Barnabey Focer, Willyam 
Heslupp, Richard Hodgshon, John Peart, John Scathlocke, 
Willyam Daweson, John Ridley, Willyam Hutchinson, Raph 
Nickelson, Luke Shipperd, Mathewe Charleton, Willyam 
Lee, George Gryffine, George Stroker, Robert Taylor, 
Willyam Rodham, Michaell Summersyde, Willyam Black- 
ston, Raph Hooth, John Crofton, George Hull, James 
Rodham, Mr. Thomas Richardson 11 , Mr. Henry Elstobb 12 
(29). 

Anno Doni, 1641. 

Mr. Thomas Blackston 13 , Mr. Thomas Walton 14 , Mr. 
Thomas Emerson 15 , John Shadfforth, John Goodheire, 

20 1656/7, Jan. 29, Mr. Ralph Allenson, Alderman, Templum, bur. 
Regs. 

'Bur. at Aycliffe, 30 Jan., 1644/5, mar. there, Elizabeth Leeke, 
17 Oct., 1625. cf. Surtees Hist of Durham, iii, 272. 

2 1658, Dec. 23, Mr. John Hall, elder, Alderman, Templo, bur. Regs. 

3 1663, July 24, Richard Man, Draper, Templo, bur. Regs. 

4 1644, July 15, Mr. Thomas Trolupp, Attorney, Templo, bur. Regs. 

5 1674, June 20, Mr. John Ayreson, the elder, Mercer, Templo, bur. 
Regs. See pedigree of this family, Surtees Soc., vol. 124, 56. 

6 1682/3, Mch. 13, Mr. Anthony Smith, Mercer, Templo, bur. Regs. 

7 1647/8, Mch. 21, Mr. Cuthbert Hutchinson, Alderman, Templo, bur. 
Regs. 

8 1679, Nov. 25, Mr. Anthony Dayle, senior, Mercer, Templo, bur. 
Regs 

9 1700, Mch. 26, Thomas Goodare, cordwiner, Templo, bur. Regs. 

10 1612, Oct. 4, Thomas, son of Mr. Robert Cooper, Esq., bapt. Regs. 
See pedigree of Cooper, Surtees, Durham, iv, 150. 

11 1653/4, Mch. 20, Mr. Thomas Richardson, Attorney at law, 
Templum, bur. Regs. 

12 1644, June 30, Mr. Henry Elstobb, Templo, bur. Regs. 

13 1649, Sept. 17, Mr. Thomas Blackston, gentleman, Templo, bur. 
Regs. 

14 1645, Mr. Tho. Walton, died; St. Oswald's, Durham. Regs. 

15 1666/7, Jan. 26, Thomas Emmerson, cordwainer, Templo, bur. 
Regs. 



128 ' 

George Heslupp, Richard Lucas, John. Rutlas, Mathewe 
Bayles, Jolin (Jhilton, liartram Martchell, John Comendell, 
Thomas Button, Jo. Walton, jun., Corcliner, Edward Cog-- 
don, John Stokell, Willy am Readhead, Thomas Emerson, 
Cordin, John Bell, Nichollas Foster, Henry Rowell, Robert 
Burwell, Richard Whitfield, Thomas Midleton, Christofer 
Whitfield, James Sander, Thomas Wilson, Richard Kemp, 
Richard Raskell, Thomas French, James Farrelas, Robert 
Rutter, Edward Clerke, John Pearson, Thomas Fisher, 
sen., Thomas Fisher, jun. (36), Mr. Tobey Hudspetk 16 , 
Richard Raynoldson, John Spyncley, Richard Robeson, 
Nichollas Taylor, James Farrelas, Willyam Cooke, Robert 
Raynoldson, John Robinson, James Peacocke, Mathewe 
Navell, Lowrance Roberts, Willyam Wisseman, Mr. Row- 
land Swynburne 17 , James Taylor, George Renwicke, Will- 
yam Bassnat, Robert Joplin, John Kindlesyde. 

Feb. 24, 1641. 

Edward Fawell, Jo. Heighingtoii, Cordin, Robert 
Fawell, Robert Stainsbey, Chr. Wilkinson, Thomas Lee, 
taylor, Thomas Savell, Henry Colpitt, Christo. Charletoii, 
Hewgh Nixson, Richard Farrelas, John Patteson, smyth, 
Thomas Lowrie, Cuthbert Thompson, Steven Arrendell, 
Willyam Bell, Cordiner (35). 

Anno Doni 9 1641. 

Richard Lee, John Snawball, George Rowell, Jarard 
Brantingham. Cuthbert Bainbricke, John March, Hewgh 
Brantingham, Rowland Norris, Robert Wilson, Willyam 
Stevenson, Thomas Browne, John Hopper, Willyam 
Summersyde, Richard Dickinson, Tymothie King, John 
Gray, Edward Smyth, John Marley, Thomas Jackson, 
George Armestronge, Raph Bainbridge, George Maison, 
Richard Wisseman, Willyam Hopper, Willyam Crofton, 
Phillipp Farrelas, Robert iSympson, Nichollas Bullocke, 
John Barton, Thomas Whitt, John Martine, John Duglas, 
John Trolupp, Luke Shipperdson, Rowland Sympson, 
Thomas Liddell, Humfray Errington (37), John Ridley, 
Bartram Bolton, Thomas Pitty, Robert Blunt, John 
Walton, Cuthbert Bellerbie, Robert Shawe, Thomas Taylor, 
John Dawson, John Rackett, Robert Emerson, John 
Turner, Robert Robinson, Henry Parkinson, Cuthbert 
Usher, Charles Chepman, John Shipperdson, Raph Peart, 
Edward Cay, John Taylor, John Lambe, Thomas Atkinson, 
Thomas Cooper, Roger Leake, Robert Quarton, Michaell 

16 1671, June 7, Tobias Hudspeth, senior, Templo, bur. Regs. 

17 1628/9, Jan. 15, Margaret, wife of Mr. Rowland Swyuburne, 
Templo, bur. Regs. He was buried 10 Jan., 1654/5. Regs. 



129 

Lee, Phillipp Marting-e, John Sutton, Edward Turner, 
Christo. Lambe, Willyam Cog-don, Thomas Kempe, Raph 
Hopper, Richard Foster, John Arrundell, John Wood, 
Edward Anderson (37), Thomas Chepman, Christofer 
French, Mathewe' Cragg-es, Mathewe Moverlie, Jarrard 
Barrowe, Robert Newton, Thomas Grange, Henry Gastell, 
Robert Pearson, Andre we Currie, Willyam Rutlas, George 
Taylor, Robert Taylor, sen., Robert Taylor, jun., Nichollas 
Stobbs, Thomas Peiarson, John Barton, jun. 

Feb. 27, 1641. 

Lancelot Rumphatt, Robert Jameson, Willyam Harri- 
son, George Willy amson, Willyam Swalwell, Mr. Jo. Ingle- 
bie 18 , jun., Robert Allenson, John French, Robert Brant- 
inghain, Humfray Smyth, Nichollas Lad] ie, Chanlor, Christo. 
Nickelson, Robert Has well, John Kerry, Aiitho. Dobson, 
Hewgh Sheele, Cuthbert Ditchburne, Thomas Lee, Joyner 
(35), James Aseley, Willyam Teasdaile, Petter Rowell, 
John Dowson, Mr. John Hall 19 , vintler, Robert Basnatt, 
Richard Gryndie, Edward Peacocke, Anthoiiey Fawell, 
Anthoney Taylor, Robert Story, Christo. Dixson, Willyam 
Unthanke, John Sympson, Willyam Hunter, Robert John- 
son, Thomas Walton, Thomas Richardson, John Eithering-- 
ton, Raph Richardson, Francis Willowbie, John Nessam, 
Willm. Bell, jun., Willm. Emerson, John Rackett, Wil- 
lyam Racket t, Robert Peacocke, Thomas Kirklie, James 
Carr, Riclhard Trotter, .Mr. Willyam Key 20 , Nichollas 
Clerke, Willm. Foster, John King, Robert Daweson (35). 

Anno Doni, 1641. 

Hewgh Anderson, John Ingleby, jun., Henry Maland, 
Alexsander Shawe, Cuthbert Coullinge, Richard Hodgshon, 
Richard Hickson, George Taylor, Nichollas Stobbs, Robert 
Taylor, sen., Robert Taylor, jun., Thomas Pearson, John 
Barton, John Hesloppe, Edward Denton, Hewgk Hutchin- 
son. Thomas Taylor, Nichollas Ladley, Mathewe Arklie, 
Willyam Hesloppe, Petter Wilkinson, Thomas Cay, Robert 
Pearson, Robert Taylor, Godfray Skirfield, George Barns- 
father, Georg-e Hawdon, Edward Mathers, Willm. Daw- 
son, sen., Willm. Dawson, jun., Henry Farrelas, John 
Wallass, Christo. Sheiffield, Henry Walton, Cuthbert Car- 
tington ',(35). 

Feb. 28, Anno Doni, 1641. 

George Cragg-e, Anthoney Glover, Stephen Thompson, 
Willm. Wilkinson, Hewgh Hobson, John Robeson, John 

18 1645, Oct. 30, John Inglebee, Templo, bur. Pegs. 1645, Nov. 10, 
Jayne, wife of the said John, deceased, Templo, bur. Regs. 

19 1658, Dec. 23, Mr. John Hall, elder, Alderman, Templo, bur. 
Regs. 

20 1654, Apl., 30, William Key, drape*, bur. Regs. 

9 



130 

Wood, John Silvester, Thomas Buckle, GeoTg-e Walker, 
John Bee, Thomas Richardson, Henry Wood, Mr. Charles 
Wrenn 1 , Mr. Willyam King 2 , John Bullocke, John 
Spyncler, Thomas Browne, barbar, Thomas Harrison, John 
Taylor, Edmund Jackson, Edmund Shelton (22). 

Taken by 320 persons in all. 

Signed. Minister: Alexander Brogden 3 of St. Nicholas 
in Durham, Churchwardens : John Walton, Thomas Hether- 
ington, Overseers : Georg"e Palmer, John Wallas, Constables : 
John Goodhaire, E/ichard Scathlock. 

The Names of those which doe refusse to take the 
Protestation within St. Nichollas parish in Durham. 

Anno Doni, 1641. 

All these are popish recusants Mr. Charles Hall 4 , Mr. 
Michaell Johnson 5 , Mr. John Cbnyers 6 , Raph Byerlawe, 
Nichollas Bell, John Frizell, George Comming, Nichollas, 
Duxberry, Thomas March, Cuthbert Taylor, Edward 
Browne, John Servant, Thomas Patteson (13). 

Refused by 13 persons. 

(Here follow the names of the minister and officials 
exactly as on page 12.) 

In all in St. Nich. parish, 320 taken, 13 refused. 

EASINGTON.* 

(Written in a foolscap quarto pamphlet of 16 pages the 
last 7 of which are blank.) (D.0.10.). 

Easington parish The names of the inhabitants of Esing- 
ton Parish which haue taken ye Protestatio. 

Esington William Jonston 7 , Clarke, John Allen, Mar- 
maduke Peart, Richard Walker George Paxton, Richard 

1 1688,, Dec. 21, Charles Wren, draper, taylor, Templo. bur. Regs. 

2 1644/5, Feb. 22, Mr. Willyam King, Templo, bur. Regs. 

a 1645/6, Feb. 15, Alex. Brogdon, Clark, bur. Easington Regs. 

4 1575 f 6, Jan. 16, Mr. Charles Hall and Mrs. Brandlinge, mar., St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle Regs. 1590, Aug. 16, Charles, son of Mr. Charles 
Hall of Fellin, bapt. St. Nicholas, Newcastle. 

5 Bur. at St. Oswald's, 13 Apl., 1714. See pedigree of Johnson, 
Surtees, Durham ii, 200. 

6 1687/8, Mch. 11, Major John Gonyers of Chester, in ye Street being 
Sunday [Died], Bee's Diary. 

7 1642, July 5, Elizabetha,. uxor Willielmi Johnston, Clerici, pia 
matrona sepulta est. Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of Easington, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i, pt. 2, p. 10. 



131 

Foster, George Grime, John Jordinson, Robt. Ayre, Michael 
Walker, Edward Burden, Wm. Paxton, Abraham Paxton, 
Wm. Jurdeson, Christopher Paxton, Wm. Paxton, John 
Jackson, Richard Wolfe, Robb Richardson, Tho. Paxton, 
John Lambert, Anthony Story, Anthony Middleton, Thomas 
Codling, Valentine Appleby, Mathew Arcles, Geo. Paxton, 
John Hall, Henry Smith, James Nicholson, Luke Pescod, 
Rich. Wilkinson, Edward Wardell, Lemuel Horsely, James 
Paxton, Cuthbert Lyddell, Tho. Harrison, Tho. Robinson, 
Henry Clarke, Richard Jurdeson, George Burdon, 
Georg Burdon, jun. Wm. Cawards, Wm. Hunter, 
John Robspn, John Hixon, Michael Hixon, Robt. Pescods, 
George Wildon, Rich. Bee, Wm. Paxton, James Watson, 
Robt. Crookes, John Burdon, John Kindall, Peter Wildon, 
Tho. Litstarre, Wm. Huttchinson, John Pope, Rich. 
Johnston Tho. Dawson, Marmaduke Wildon, Christopher 
Chapman, Thomas Huitson, Rich. Boores, Bartholomew 
Starre, Tho. Paxton, John Romfoote, John Foster, John 
Richester, Robt. Robinson, John Hixon, Robt. Appleby, 
John Elword, Rich. Jamson, Francis Southditch, 
Christopher Paxton, Robt. Paxton, Robt. Foster, Edward 
Wilkinso, Marmaduke Wildon, John Clarke, John Blown e. 
Robt. Aar, Rich. Paxton, Wm. Harrison, Humphrey 
Burd, Tho. Rawling, John Foggett, Richard Dawson, 
Henry Simpson, Geo. Paxton, Edward Paxton, Archy 
Prentise, Edward Paxton, Christopher Kendall, Wm. 
Kendall, Robert Bacon, Wm. Wardell, Tho. Ellison, John 
Lambert, Mar tine Foster, Henry Ferry, John Cooke, 
Gilbert Rand, Geo. Harrison, Anthony Tailor, John 
Foster, Wm. Watson, Geo. Davison, Robt. Jamson, John 
Bee. 

Sic subscribitur Constables: Christopher Bee, Gilbert 
Paxton, churchwarden*: George Robinson, overseer: 
Thomas Jackson. 

Hawthorn Nicholas Shadforth, George Robinson, 
Geo. Foster, Tho. Sharpe, Tho. Robinson, tailor, Tho. 
Robinson, weauer, Richard Unthanke, Wm. Wright, 
Stephen Robinson, John Jefferson, Wm. Tomson, Tho 1 . 
Robinso, Tho>. Robinso, yeom., James Hart, John West- 
land, Raphe Watt, John Kitchin, Henry Gibson, 
Christopher Westland, John Hunter, George Robinson, 
Cuthbert Jurdinson 8 , Tho. Robinson, Anthony Unthanke, 
Tho. Robinson, servt., Tho. Sharpe, John Gaskine, John 
Tomson, James Walker, Nicholas Ranoldson, Tho. 
Hutchinson, Rich. Draver, John Dauison, John Hart, 
Parciuell Hart, John Robinson, Francis Ranoldson, 
Nicholas Todd, Edmund Sympson, John Middleton, Rich. 
Dauison, Miles White, Robt. Jordinson. 

8 Johnston struck out in MS. 



132 

Recusants within yt Constablery Thomas Wilton, 
John Hart, Robt. Stepnenson, George Simpson. 

Sic subscribitur Minister: Wm. Jonston, Church- 
warde: Thomas Robinson, Constable-. Robert Sharpe. 

Shotton Nich. Heath 9 , gent., Christopher Humble, 
George Lenne, Godfrey Emmerson, Geo. Meborne, Wm. 
Appleby, James Crookes, Rich. Edrington, Wm. Young, 
Tho. Yongar, Geo. Kendall, Robt. Lambert, Robt. 
Edrington, Geo. Shadforth, Rich. Read, Wm. Hill, Wm. 
Stoddert, Henry Huntly, Christopher Stoddert, Wm. 
Tomso'n, Phillip Clarke, Henry Smith, Charles Ushawe, 
Christopher Jurdeson, Rich. Jackson, John Farrowe, Geo. 
Humble, Wm. Gentle, John Tompson, Nicholas Burden, 
Wm. Watson, John Richardson, Robt. Jurdesoii, John 
Humble, Wm. Sharpe, Lancelot Tongue, Henry Tomson, 
Tho. Wheldon, Rich. Hutchinson, Tho. Ellison, Gawine 
Ridly, Robt. Norton, John Readhead, Francis Hobson, 
Thomas- Reede, Rich. Reede, jun., John Lambert, John 
Skurfeild, Edward Usher, Nicholas Rolle, Robt. Byars, 
Wm. Lighten, Nicholas Usher, Wm. Corner, James Byars, 
John Bande. 

Sic subscribitur Minister: Win. Johnston; Church- 
war: Tho. Lighto>, Constable: Rich. Jurdeso, Ouseer : 
Chr. Richardson. 

Haswell Raphe Bartle, Robt. Tailor, Tho. Sheepherd, 
Chr. Shacklock, Rich. Byars, Tho, Halyman, Robt. 
Robinson, John Raigne, John Newby, Wm. Atkinson, 
Edward Hunter, Tho. Reedheede, Rich. Robinson, John 
Cowper, Wm. Liddle, Raphe Stoddert, Chr. Gibson, James 
Denton, Edward Newby, Peter Middle ton, John 
Warmouth, Wm. Watson, Wm. Boore, John Crooke, Wm. 
Pattison, Giles Raine, Rich. Jackson, Tho. Atkinson, Tho. 
Byers, Henry Mather. 

Sic subscribitur Minister: William Jonsto-n, Con- 
stable : Robt. Rutter, Churchwarden: Wm. Foster, Orer- 
seer : John Newby. 

March 2, 1641. 

This is a just and perfect copy of the originall paper 
containing the names and subscriptions of all the Inhabi- 
tants within Easington parish that have taken the pro- 
testation, and also of those yt have refused. Minister 
ibid: William Johnston, Churchw.: George Robinson, 
Overs. : Tho. Jackso, Christopher Bee, Con-sta.. : Gilbert 
Paxton, Robt. Sharpe. 

<J Of Little Eden manor, bur. 13 Mch., 1659/60, at St. Mary the 
Less, Durham; mard. Elizabeth, dau. of Eoger Smyth of Finchley, Co., 
Middlesex. Heath of Kepyer and Little Eden pedigree. 



133 

HOUGHTON-LE-SPRING.* 

(Written upon half sheets of foolscap folded and sewn 
down the centre to form a narrow pamphlet of 16 pages.) 

(D.o.ii.). 

A certificate of there names who haue taken the 
testation in the parish of Hough ton in le springe. 

Houghton Constablery Doctor Hamlett Marshall 11 , Mr. 
Nicholas Joyce 12 , Mr. Robert Hutton, sen. 13 , Mr. Robert 
Huttoii, jun. 14 , Mr. George Cantt 15 , Mr. Marmaduke 
Mason, John Philpott, Hamlett Starkie 16 , Edward Little, 
John Wattson, Marmaduke Farrow, James Wilde, John 
Lee, Henery Hope, Robert Hope, John Hopper, Robert 
Lilly, John Rutter, Michaell Hodshon, James Trotter, 
Edward Chilton, Peter Waugh, John Birkell, George 
Wilson, John Wheatley, George Barkas, Parciuel Barkas, 
Ralph Ironside, William Ironside 17 , Raiph Day, Robsrt 
Lamptoii, James Dauison, John Richardson, Christopher 
Bee (34), Thomas Browne, Raiph Chilton, William 
Unthanke, Nicholas Dobson, William Atkinson, John 
Parkinson, Michaell Robinson, Thomas Harrison, Raiph 
Gray, Anthony Pasmore, William Chilton, William 
whitworth, Robert Farrow, Cuthbert Dobson, John Parlour, 
Henery Hopper, Richard Tyers, John Jackson, Anthony 
Hackworth, Henery Stokell, Peter Brunton, Henery 
Garner, Bartholomew Smith, John Gibson, Thomas 

11 Rector, 1633-1645. He had been Eector of Alresford in Hampshire, 
of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, B.A., 1599/1600, M.A., 1603, S.T.B., 
1610, S.T.P., 1615. 

12 1636/7, Feb. 12, Sarah, dau. of Mr. Nicholas Joyce of Houghton, 
bur. Regs. 

13 Son of Dr. Eobert Hutton, Prebendary of the 3rd Stall at Durham, 
and Rector of Houghton, by his wife Grace, dau. of Leonard Pilking- 
ton, D.D. He married Elizabeth, dau. of Christopher Fulthorpe of 
Tunstall, mar. at St. Mary the Less, Durham, 4 May, 1619; He died 
circa, 1643, buried at Houghton. See pedigree of Hutton, Surtees i, 
p. 149. 

11 The son of above. He was Captain of a troop of Horse in the 
service of the Parliament; died, 9 Aug., 1680, buried in his own orchard 
at Houghton (? if not buried at Houghton, 11 Aug., 1681). He married 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Shadforth of Eppleton, by Elizabeth, dau. of 
Marmaduke Blakiston, Prebendary of Durham. 

15 Master of Kepier School; bur. 18 Feb., 1686/7, married Elizabeth 
Robinson of Murton, md., 29 May, 1645, she was bur., 5 Sept., 1687. 
Regs. 

1G 1646/7, Jan. 28, Hamlet Starkee of Sunderland, bur. Bishop- 
wearmouth Regs. 

17 For a pedigree of Ironside of Houghton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i, pt. 2, p. 150. 

* For an account of the parish of Houghton-le-Spring see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 145. 



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Chiltpn, Thomas Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Robert Rose, 
Martin Robinson, sen., Martin Robinson, jun., Robert 
Ranson, sen., Robert Hanson, jun., John Ranson, Thomas 
Ranson, Richard Dobson. 

Warden Law Raipih Wilde, Robert Heppell, Cuthbert 
Fish (38). 

Morton house Mr. William Bellassis 18 , Mr. George 
Belassis 19 , Thomas Williamson, Robert Snaith, John 
Ogle, Thomas Chilton, John Anderson, John Kaye. 
John Stones, Thomas Burton. 

Newbotle John Sanderson, Christopher Browne, 
Thomas Sewell, Robert Chilton, George Greenewell, 
William Surrett, Thomas Guy, Robert Sampson, Thomas 
Nicholson, William Manuell, Edward Chater, Robert 
Wilkinson, John Wilkinson, John Raw, William Wilson, 
Leonard Pettie, John Chilton, John Fotherley, Robert 
Chilton, sen., Robert Chilton, jun., Georgte Chilton, 
Robert Chilton, north Row, William Sanderson, Cuthbert 
Robinson, William Surrett, Thomas Chilton, Robert 
Steuenson, Mathew Rogerson, Robert Sanderson (39), 
Mathew Smith, John Smith, Robert Steuenson, jun., John 
Rogerson, William Ranson, Christopher Ranson, Richard 
Wallas, Raiph Chilton, John Turner, Thomas Denton, 
William Denton, George Ladeler, John Chilton, Michael 
Blaikolocke, sen., Michael Blaikelocke, jun., Anthony 
Surrett, James Taylor, Roger Foster, Robert Burden, 
William Manuell, Anthony Ranson, Robert Bell, Brian 
Wilson, Robert Samson. 

West Herrington Mr. Rohert Aiton 20 , Christopher 
Simpson, Robert Parlour, Henery Hopchurch, Thomas 
Cooke, George Cooke, .Raiph Robinson, Francis Cowpland, 
William Archer, William Lawes, William Holliday, John 
Wilkinson, Cuthbert Weatherhead, George Farroh, Thomas 
Paxton, James Cowtheard, George Smith, Robert 
Willowby, George Willowby, Thomas Wake, Cuthbert 

18 Son of Sir William Bellasis of Morton House, by his wife Mar- 
garet, eld., dau. of Sir George Selby of Whitehouse, Co. Durham, Knt. 
He was of Morton House, born at Morton House, and baptized at 
Houghton, 11 Dec., 1617, colonel in the army. Fe married, firstly, Martha, 
dau. of Sir Henry Curwen of Workington, Co. Cumberland, Knt ; she 
was buried at St. Oswald's, Durham, 22 Jan., 1665. He mar., secondly, 
Elizabeth, fifth dau. of Sir Ralph Bethell of Ellerton, Co. York. His 
will dated 9 Mch., 1678, was proved at York, 20 July, 1679. 

19 Youngest brother of above, born at Morton House, 24 Dec., 1622, 
married at Long Marton, 17 July, 1655, Elizabeth Parker of Marton. 
Will dated 29 Feb., 1703, proved at Appleby, 10 Feb., 1704. For a 

pedigree of Bellasys, see Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 203. 

20 Son of William Ayton of West Herrington, bapt. at Hoi:ghto:i, 
23 Nov., 1600. Mar., Elizabeth Smyth at Chester-le-Street, 25 Nov., 
1623. 



135 

Turner, George Orde (46), Aiithny Cocke, Robert Anderson, 
Edward Pearson. 

East and Midle Herring-tons John Laurence, William 
Laurence, William Hunter, Christopher Smith, George 
Taylor, Robert Wilkinson, sen., Robert Wilkinson, jun., 
Alexander Simpson, Richard Milborne, Robert Lorence, 
Robert Charletoii, Mathew Spurrer, John Hutchinson, 
Phillip Fetherston, John Allen, Henery Bavington, John 
Guy, John Page, John Dickson, Thomas Smith, William 
Willson, Barnarde Robinson, Christopher Robinson, George 
Hall, Richard Johnson, Anthony Bailes, Raiph Reedhead, 
John Cowpland, Tobias Uswand, Thomas Douglasse. 

Mooresley Raiph Pendreth, sen., Raiph Pendreth, 
jun., Nicholas Newby, John Micheson, George Haswell, 
George Lisle, Gilbert Clifton, Thomas Dowson, Chris- 
topher Dowson (43 1 ), Thomas Pendreth, Gawen Harle. 

Oiferton Francis Middleton, Thomas Kay, John Orde, 
Ambrose Page, Robert Dobson, William Harbotle, William 
Witton, William Halladay, Richard Surrat, Henery Page, 
John Douglasse, John Brough, Robert Harbotle, Steuen 
Haddocke, George Robson, Thomas Robson, William 
Haddocke, William Thorneton, Marmaduke Ripley, 
George Walker, William Walker, Robert Browne, Henery 
Wake, Edward Wake, Thomas Howson, John Henderson, 
William Wilso ; n, Robert gibson, Robert howson, John 
Page, George Cooper, Thomas Wrey, Thomas Houstell, 
William Stoode, John Mitcheson. 

Pensher Sr. William Lambton 2 , John Billop, John 
Polly, Martin Foster, Anthony Nicholson, William 
Wilkinson, Darcy FitsW T illiams, Mathew Bird, Edward 
Mills, Raiph Robinson, William Mills, John Orde, John 
Lightly, Francis Lightly (51), James Greene, William 
Chilton, Thomas Leath, Robert Mekey, Raiph Waister, 
William Waster, William Hey, Thomas Waister, Cuthber. 
Haslop, Edward Fallowfeild, John Aytisse, Robert Hediam. 
William Bell, Thomas Smith, John Maybanke, Abraham 
Dowglasse, Yv r illiam Harrison, John Toyneton, Robert Leath, 
William Raw, Edward Collier, George W T aineman, Gabriell 
Appleby, Robert Guy, Edward Black, Robert Cooke, 
Richard Bowman, Thomas Clarke, John Waister, George 
Dobson, Robert Waister, Robert Harrison, John Peirson, 
George Collier, James Farnaby, John Stoute, Edward 
Stoute, Robert Kirby, John Samson, Thomas Sterforth, 
James Sterforth, Edward Harrison, John Harrison, Thomas 
Colly er, John Birome. 

1 There are only 42 names on the page. 

- For notes of the pedigree of Lambton of Penshaw, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 197. 



136 

Hetton in le Hole Cuthbert Welsh, John Welsh, 
William Wilson (48), Willim Dixon, John Gargraue, 
Mathew TJnthanke, Samulell Bell, Richard James, George 
Unthanke, George Wilkinson, Michaell Watson, George 
Johnson, Robert Welsh, William Watson, Michaell John- 
soil, Raiph Rea, Raiph Gargraue, John Smith, Thomas 
Watson, Marke Foster, Lancelott Appleby, Henery 
Carre, John Coxen, Thomas Foster, James Anderson, 
George Steward, William Hoope, Edward Armestronge, 
Anthony Watson, Mathew Foster, Thomas Robinson, 
William Humble, William Foster. 

Eppleden Mr. Thomas Shadforth 3 , Edward Ellison, 
Christopher Wilson, William Litster, Richard Marley, 
John Tunstall, Robert Claxtoii, Francis Morgan, John 
Rutter, Robert Robinson, Thomas Robinson, John Rutter, 
Raiph Hall, Nicholas Smith. 

West Raineton Thomas Kinge, Samuell Smirthaiwte, 
John Smith, John Lampton, Ralph Atkinson, William 
Maugham (5 1 4 ), John Nicholson, Robert Greenewell, 
Timothy Smirthaiwte, William Harrison, William Wilkin- 
son, John Bell, John Woofe, Phillip Baylie, John Roddam, 
John Gray, Richard Atkinson, Robert Jackson, Simon 
Browne, Thomas Hedley, John Smith, jun., Raiph Smith, 
John Do'chean, Joseph Smirthaiwte, Robert Stoddert, 
Marmaduk Robinson, Marmaduk Bailey, George Bayley, 
Thomas Atkinson, John Nicholson, jun., Thomas Bailey, 
Thomas Foster, Thomas Milner, Thomas Bell, Nicholas 
Hornesby, George Hornesby. 

Rainton pitt houses Robert Dauison, John Dauison, 
John Craicke, Richard Baxter, Cuthbert Baxter, Simon 
Ogle, Mathew Slater, Bonauenturei Butrey, William 
Buttrey, John Brown, John Bell, Thomas Bell, Raiph 
Browne, William Browne, Christopher sheddons, George 
Randall, William Hall, George Barran, Martin Barran, 
William Hall, Robert Smith, John Currey, John Stoute 
(53). 

Cocken Mr. Raiph Carre 5 , Mr. Roger Bowes 6 , 
William Barnes, Steuen Kiplinge, Thomas Wardell, 

3 1671/2, Mch. 23, Mr. Thomas Shadforth, bur., St. Margaret's, 
Durham. For a pedigree of Shadforth of Eppleton, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 221. 

4 There are only 50 names on this page. 

5 For a pedigree of Carr of Cocken, see Surtees, Durham, vol. i, 
pt. 2, p. 208. 

6 Son of Henry Bowes of Newcastle, merchant adventurer, and Sheriff 
of Newcastle, by his wife Anne, dau. of Francis Anderson of Newcastle, 
merchant. He was baptized at St. Nicholas', Newcastle, 14 Feb., 
1612/13. He married Barbara Carr at Houghton, 25 Sept., 1638. 
Inventory, dated 10 July, 1648. 



137 

Michaell Wardell, Thomas Helmerah, William Carleil, 
James Key, John Atkinson, William Browne, William 
Baxter, George Tompson, Robert Atkinson. 

East Renton Thomas Jackson, Ralph Wilkinson, 
Phillip Brough, Leonard Smith, John Welsh, Thomas 
Brough, John Cooper, James Hackworth, Edward Moorey, 
Raiph Wilkinson, George Wilkinson, Thomas Turner, 
William Wheateley, Robert Turner, John Surret, Thomas 
Fetherston, Ralph Shacklocke, Thomas Leuer, William 
Wilson (38), Bryan Browne, Robert Ridleley, John Clarke, 
Ralph Place, Robert Place, Richard Booth, Ralph 
Sauage, William Yerren, Thomas Hackworth, Hugo 
Wallace, James Wallace, James Hackworth. Signed. 
Curate: Marmaduke Mason, Churchwardens: George 
Barkas, William Wilson, Philip Brough, Robert Dobson, 
Overseers: Raiph Ironside, Michael Jackson, Tomas Smith, 
Willim Welsh. 

John Rutter, William Mat hew, William Wilson, 
Raiph Pendreth, James Hacworth, Robert Atkin- 
son, Thomas Collier, Raiph Robinson, George Orde, 
Robert Dobson, William Foster, Christopher Bee (33). 

The names of the Cusaiits that refuse the protestation. 

Cocken William Rownetree . 

Pensher Mathew Dowglasse, William Hall, Raiph 
Stafford, John Bouchier. 

West Heirrington Mr. Tobias Lisle 7 , Gilferry Lisle, 
Tobias Lisle, jun. (9). 

(Heie follow the signatures of the curate, and other 

Earish officials as at the end of the previous page. The 
ist 12 names beginning with Rutter and ending with Bee 
are here bracketed together as "Constables.") 

In all houghton parish 469 taken it, 9 refused. 

KELLOE.* 

(Written in a foolscap quarto- pamphlet of 16 pages.) 
(B.0.12). 

Kelloe certificate concerning the Protestation. 
The certificate of Minister : John Liueley 8 , Church- 
wardens : Robert Allon & Richard Darnton, Constables fy 

7 ? Talbot Talbot Lisle of Felton and Barmeston was living- in 
the latter place in 1636. His son of same name was living at Eshot, 
1663. Compare new Hist, of Northumberland, vol. vii, p. 259 for 
pedigree. 

8 Vicar of Kelloe, 1625. Will dated 3 Mch., 1650/1. Vicar of 
Gainford, 1628-43; died, 1651; see Walbran Gainford, 84. 

* For an account of the parish of Kelloe, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
i, pt. 2, p. 64. 



138 

Ouerseers for the poore in the parish of Kelloe : John 
Davison, Nicholas Wake, Cutbert Hall & William 
Richardson. 

Imprimis the names of those that haue taken Ihe pro- 
testation comended to them by the Honorble house of 
Comons. 

The sayd John Liveley, Eobert Allon, Richard Dariiton, 
John Davison, Nicholas Wake, Cutbert Hall & William 
Richardson, who tooke the sayd protestation before some of 
the Justices of the peace for the county of Durham, did 
according to direction in that case giuen, giue notice to all 
men :n the parish of Kelloe aforsayd aboue the age of 
eighteene yeares to come before them on Monday the one 
& twentieth day of february, 1941, in the parish Church of 
the sayd Kelloe, when & were, these persons following did 
take the sayd protestation, viz. : 

In & of the family of the sayd Minister : Mr. Liveley ; 
Robert Lane, Henry Knaggs, Thomas Clarke, Thomas 
Waugh (4). 

Coxhoe William Kennett 9 , gent, Robert Widowes, 
Philip Stodert, Thomas Lambe, Thomas Lambe, his sonne, 
Anthony 'Sweeting, Roger Fawcett, William Arrosmith, 
the elder, Humfry Arrosmith, his sonne, Richard Arro- 
smith, his sonne, William Arrosmith, the younger, 
Thomas Arrosmith, his sonne, William Arrosmith, his 
sonne, Henry Litster, Henry Phisicke, John Hellcoate. 

Kelloe towne Michaell Taylor, Richard Atkin, Robert 
Smith, the elder, Robert Armstrong, Robert Hall, John 
Cooke, Robert Hunter (23), John Smith, John Tomson, 
William Story, William Dove, Richard Allon, John Allon, 
his sonne, Hugh Ridley, John Tinmoth, Cutbert Walter. 

Thoriiley Thomas Comin, Nicholas Wake, the younger, 
John Gowland, John Dohson. 

Wheatlyhill George foster, Richard Paxton. 

Wingate towne Martin Comin, Matthew- Hull, John 
Clarke, Thomas Wake, Robert Pearson, Ambrose Smith, 
francis Smith, the younger (22), John Garfoote, fraiicis 
Smith, the elder, Antony Smith, his sonne, Thomas Smith. 

Wingate grange Nicholas Dodchin, William Doclchin, 
William Shepheard, Thomas Harrison, Philip Twedall. 

Blacke Hurworth Thomas Sharpe, Thomas Solehy, 
George Sparke, John Hickson. 

White Hurworth Richard Clarke, Richard Grenveson 

(15). 

Holden Carre & Reding George Tomson, John Litster, 
John franke, Thomas Adamson. 

9 William Kennet died 2 Jan., 1663, will proved, Durham, 1663. For 
a pedigree of Kennet of Coxhoe, see Surtees, 'Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 72. 



139 

Tyrsdale Richard Mainsford, James Nickson, William 
Oard, John Oard, his sonne, John Maltby, Thomas Steele. 

Quarringtpn Richard Rea, Henry Allon, John Allon, 
his sonne, William Hall, John Knaggs, John Knaggs, kis 
sonne, Lionell Oard, Richard Crooks, Humfry Darnton, 
Henry Coats worth, Robert Coatswo'rtk, John Wordy (22), 
Thomas Page, William More, John Pickering, William 
Skirfeild, John Skirfeild. 

Cassop Robert Skaftoe, Robert Wordie, William Gain- 
ford, the elder, William Busby, William Man, William 
Savage, William Burden, William Gainford, the younger, 
Antony Willson, Thomas Douglas, John Archer, Henry 
Busby, Thomas Busby, William Story, John Story, 
Thomas Carre, Edward Burrow, Peter Robinson, John 
Bircle (24). 

This certificate of the names of all such in tke parish 
of Kelloe, aboue eighteene yeares of age, as haue taken the 
aforsayd protestation, is true. In witnesse whereof wee haue 
hereunto set our hands, February 24, 1641. 

Signed. Vicar of Kelloe : Jo. Liueley, Churchwardens : 
Robert Allon, Richard Darnton, Constables : John 
Dauison, Nicholas Wake, Cutbert Hall, Ouerseer for the 
poore: Willm. Richardson. 

In all this parish 110 taken it & 36 refused. 

The names of such persons aboue tke age of eigkteene 
yeares, in tke parisk of Kelloe, as kaue not taken tke afore- 
sayd protestation, at tke sayd day & place appointed, nor 
came to haue the same tendred to them. 

Kello>e towne Richard Hall, Robert Harrington, gent., 
Philip Taylor, very aged & infirme, John Trollop, Rapk 
Littlefare, George Winter, George W T inter, kis sonne, 
Jokn Winter, Robert Smitke, tke younger, Andrew Waby, 
willing, but not able, by reason of age & infirmity, George 
Tiplady, Robert, tke sonne of Robert Smitk, tke elder (10). 

Tkornley Jokn Trollop 10 , gent., Lancelot Holtby, 
gent., Mickaell Joplin, Ckristo>fer Hicke, Jokn Trollop, 
Laborer, Henry Smitk, Ckristofer Foster, kis servant, 
Henry Willson, George Willson, kis sonne, Robert Hunter. 

Wheatley hill James foster, William Widrop, 
Miohaell Jobson, Cutbert Winter. 



towne Edward Cbmin, Dennis Blakey, 
William Willkinson. 



"' See pedisrree of Trollop of Thornley, Surtees, Durham, vol. i, 
pt 2, pp 92-93. 



140 

White Hur worth francis Salvin 11 , gent., John 
Salvin 11 12 , his sonne, George foster, riobert Clarke, Robert 
Willson (20). 

Wingate gTange Andrew Hull, Antony Mills, William 
Hartborne. 

Tyrsdale Thomas Howard 13 , Esquire, Thomas Card, 
very sicke, but willing, francis Maltby, Brian Ellenor, 
very lame with a broken legge, but willing (31). 

Whitwell house Mr. Thomas Bullocke 14 , Raph 
Headly, Robert foster, William Burrow, William Hedon, 
William Pillgrim, John Middleton, Peter Russell. 

All these save omly Raph hedley haue taken the protesta- 
con in the parish where they live, & returned by Mr. Mat- 
chem, Master of the hospital! & Church there 15 . 

Whitwell house hath bene anciently accounted to be of 
the parish of Kelloe, & is now of no other parish, & is at 
this day wthin the Constablery of Cassop in the parish O'f 
Kelloe ; And the Constable of the sayd Cassop gaue notice of 
the time & place to them of Whitwell house aboue named, 
concerning the taking the sayd protestation, but none of 
them came to take the same (6). 

The names of such in the parish of Kelloe as (hauing 
had notice of the time & place) haue refused, or not come, 
the former certificate concerning them, who haue not taken 
the sayd protestation is true. In witnesse whereof wee haue 
hereunto subscribed, February 24, 1641. 

Signed. Vicar of Kelloe : Jo. Liueley, Churchwardens : 
Robert Allon, Richard darnton, Constables : John Dauison, 
Nicholas Wake, Cutbert Hall, Overseer for the poore : 
Willm. Richardson. 

MONK HESLEDON.* 

(Written on two sheets of foolscap folded and sewn down 
the centre to form a narrow pamphlet of 8 pages, the last 3 
of which are blank.) (D.0.13.). 

Monke Hesleden parish A note of the names of all those 

11 These two entries are struck out in the MS. 

12 For a notice of Colonel Francis Salvin, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
i, pt. 2, p. 103. 

13 For a pedigree of Howard of Tursdale, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i. pt. 2, p. 80. 

14 Thomas Bullock, Registrar of the Dean and Chapter, was lessee of 
Whitwell House, Surtees, Durham, i, pt. 2, p. 82. 

15 John Machon, Master of Sherburn House, 1636-79, Preb. of Lich- 
field; bur. at Sherburn House, 22 Jan, 1679/80. 

* An account of the parish of Monk Hesledon may hp frv: 
Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 46. 



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that haue taken the protestation the 23 day of Februarie, 
Anno Donij 1641. 

William Hurdman (Dt, John Hurdman (2), Marke 
Hall (3)t, John Paxton (4), Marke Goote (5)t, William 
Mayor (6), Robert Readhead (T), John Dotchon (8)t, 
Nicholas Walker (9)t, Thomas Spaine (10), Robert Stobbes 
(11), John Wilkinson (12)t, Henry Rowell (13)t, Robert 
Judson (14)t, Michaell Johnson (16), Jerrard Hall (1.6), 
John Lambe (17)t, John Readhead (18) f, Anthony Watson 
(19)t, Nicholas Watson (20), John Watson (21 )t, John 
Nicholson (22)t, George Paxton (23) t, William Lambe 
(24)t, James Sanders (25), James Wilkinson (26;t, Robert 
Fryer (27), John Twedell (28)t, Anthony Twedell (29)f, 
James Twedell (30) t, Christopher Twedell (31) t, William 
Bellerbie (32) t, Matthew Grey (33) t, Thomas Smith (34) t, 
William Jamson (35) t, John Watson (36) t, James Watson 
(37) t, Henry Greene (38) t, John Rashall (39) t, Brian 
Startforth (40) t, Richard Startforth (41) t, James Watson 
(42)t, Robert Watson (43)t, John Sudwicke (44) t, John 
Fulthrope (45) t, Edwarde Marcu (Markeham in Regs.) 
(46) t, John Marcum (47) t, Martin Kirke (48), William 
Ellison (49), Guy Atkinson (50)t, Anthony Atkinson (51), 
Robert Mory (52), Frances Smith (53) t, Thomas Burlison 
(54) t, William Robinson (55) t, John Pattison (56) t, John 
Ovington (57) t, George Richinson (58), William Richinson 
(59), George Richinson (60), Robert Scurfeild (61), William 
Scurfeild (62), Robert Scurfeild (63)t, Robert Megar (64), 
Robert Paxton (65), William Bande (66), Phillip 
More (67)t, Robert More (68)t, Christopher New- 
bie (69)t, Christopher Ellinor (70)t, Richard Rowell 
(71)t, George Rowell (72), John Sparke (73)t, George 
Sparke (74)t, Robert Potter (75)t, Matthew Potter (76) t, 
Lancelott Potter (77) t, William Potter (78), John Potter 
(79), George Sudwick (80), George Cooper <81), Nicholas 
Gibson (82), Christopher Liddall (83)t, Frances Whittance 
(84) f, Frances Stobbert (85) t, Robert Wilkinson (86), 
William Thwaits (87), Vallantine ,Cooke (88), Nicholas 
Twedell 16 (89)t, Nicholas TWedell (90), James Dobson 
(91)t, Thomas Cooper (92)t, William Smith (93)t, Robert 
Hudsmaugh (94) t, William Hudsmaugh (95), Frances 

16 1649/50, Mch. 24, 'Nicholas Tweddell the parish Clarke of Munch 
hesledon for the space of 54 ye ares or more/ bur. Regs. 

t On pages 108, 109, of vol. i of the Monk Hesledon Register, there is a 
list which seem to be the names of those who "protested," the following 
are in the Register list though not in the Protestation list : 

Richard Atkin, Michell Bussey, Christopher Chater, Robert Hedley, 
Richard Hirdman, Wm. Johnson, Ed. Lambe, Geo. Nicholson, Geo. Paxton, 
Thos. Soulbie, Robt. Watson, Wm. Watson, Nich. Whitwell. 

Those marked with a dagger in the Protestation list are also in the 
Register list. 



142 

Liddall (96)t John Baude (? Bande) (97), William 
Humble (98), William Harrison (99) t, George Cragges 
(100)t, Eicherde Smith (101), Thomas Buyers 17 (102) t, 
Kobert Sharpe (103), Christopher Yealder (104) t, Richard 
Soulby (105)t, Eobert Colman (106)t, Gyles Lister (107), 
Christopher Smith (108). Signed. Viccar : Edward 
Morecroft 18 , Churchwardens : John Wilkinson, James 
Woulfe, Ouerseers : Eaiphe Lambe, Edward Lawe, Con- 
stables : Thomas Maire, William Lonsdell, James usher. 

Monke Hasleden parish A note of the names o>f all 
those that refused to take this protestation. 

Februarie the 23, Anno Doni, 1641. 

Thomas Mayer of Hardwicke 19 , gient. (1), Sampson 
Trowlope of Hardwicke 20 , gent. (2), John Lampton 1 (3), 
George Smith (4), Robert Cooper (5), George Smith (6). 

(Here follow the signatures of the vicar and parish 
officials as on page 3.) 



PITTINGTON.* 

(Written on a foolscap quarto pamphlet o*f 8 pages.) 
(D.0.14.). 

A true Certificate of all such persons, who within the 
parish of Pettingtoune haue taken the oath of the late 
protestation. 

17 1667, May 6, Thomas Byers, supposed to be hurt by his Bull, bur. 
Regs. 

18 Son of George Morecroft of Kingham, Oxon, of University College, 
Oxon, matric. 23 July, 1623, aged 18; B.A. from Hart Hall 1 Feb., 
1626/7; M.A. 11 July/ 1629; vicar of Monk Hesilden, 1639-1682; married 
Jeronyma, dau. of James Hilton of Dyons, 3 Sept., 1639, at St. Giles, 
Durham; died at Redmarshall (where he was vicar since 1668), 16 Oct., 
1694, Surtees, Durham, and Foster, Alumni Oxoniensis. 

19 He married, firstly, Frances, dau, of Sampson Trollop of Water- 
house; and secondly, 1644, Eleanor, dau. of Ralph Cbnyers of Layton. 
1685, Oct. 24, Mr. tho. Maire, bur. Regs. 

26 Youngest son of John Trollop of Thornley. 

1 1654, Aug. 30, Mr. John Lambton, bur. St. Margaret's Regs, 
Durham. 

* For an account of the parish of Pittington, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i, pt. 2, p.. 111. 

t On pages 108, 109, of vol. i of the Monk Hesledon Register, there 
is a list which seem to be the names of those who " protested," the 
following are in the Register list though not in the Protestation list : 

Richard Atkin, Michell Bussey, Christopher Chater, Robert Hedley, 
Richard Hirdman, Wm. Johnson, Ed. Lambe, Geo. Nicholson, Geo. 
Paxton, Thos. Soulbie, Robt. Watson, Wm. Watson, Nich. Whitwell. 

Those marked with a dagger in the Protestation list are also in the 
Register list. 



143 

Hamlet pettingtoune hallgarth Mr. Henry Symp- 
son 2 , Mr. Richard Sympson 3 , John Bellamie, Robert 
Bellamie, Marmaduck Bee, William Bee, John Storie. 

Servants belonging to the said pettingtoune Thomas 
Hornsbie, William James, Henry Macham, Hugh Burne, 
John Layng*, younger, Raph Clerk. 

Hamlet, Litle toune Robert Cotman (14). 

Touneship Shereburne Robert Dixon, William White- 
feeld, John Rowell, Robert Burton, John Rawling, Henry 
person, Henry Coock, William Nicolson, Michael pattison, 
John pattison, John Whitefeeld, Nicolas Richardson, 
John Carter, William Hall, William fooltroop, f ranees 
Steele, John Gibson, Richard Richardson, William 
Browne, Anthonie Willie (20), George Burton, Henry 
Liddell, Cudbert Sympson, Tychiclms.* 

Servants belonging to the said tounship Lancelot 
Willie, George Robbison, William Heighingtoune, Andrew 
Billop, William Shaftoe, Mathew Shotten, John fissicke, 
Thomas Lickborrow, Christopher person (13). 

Tounship Shadfoord Symon Leakenbie, William Hall, 
Richard Heddringtoune, Robert Meaburne, William 
Smith, Raph Hall, Christopher Chetter, Thomas Ree, 
Richard Cotsworth. William Heddringtoune, William 
Swalwell, Philip Haddock, William. Huntlie, George 
Dobbison, William Swalwell, Ambrose Gambsbie. 

Servants belonging to the said tounship Nicholas 
Smith, George Smith, John Taylour (19), Robert Burd, 

2 1647, Apl. 28, Mr. Henry Simpson, bur. Begs. 
a Henry Simpson of Pittington, bur. 11 Apl., 1627; his brother, 
Eichard Simpson, bur. 29 Sept.. 1646. See pedigree of Simpson, 
Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 113. 

*1602, Feb. 2. ' There was left and made fast in a window of Cuthbert 
Smith's of Nether Coniscliffe, on Munday in the morneing, being the 
last day of January, 1602, a man-childe, new borne, with a Lire and XS. 
in a kerchiefe fastned about the childe, neither father, nor mother, nor 
the bringer of it thither knowne. The said child was christened on 
Candlemas day following, being the second of February, in Coniscliffe 
Church, by Mr. W. m. Calam, Yicar there, who was one of the god- 
fathers, and Xpofer Richardson, the younger the other, wth Cuthbert 
Smith's maide the godmother, and he was named Tychicus.' Coniscliffe 
Registers. 

The following are from the Registers of St. Oswald's, Durham : 
1648, Apl. 16., Elizabeth Cus, d. of Tychicus, baptized; 1651/2, Feb. 28, 
Margaret Cus, d. of Tychicus, baptized ; 1655, June 30, George Browne, 
labourer, who dyed at Titchicus his howse, buried; 1671, Dec. 21, 
Tichicus was buryed; 1675, May 3, George Thompson and Elizabeth Cus 
married. 

The following is from the Bishopwearmouth Registers: 1673, Oct. 
23, John Addeson. of the Pannes, and Margerite Cusse, of St. Oswell's. 
in Durham, married. 



144 

Raph Bunteene, James Rannison, William Matbee, John 
Hall (FHull), William Hall, George white. 

Tounship pettingtoiune Anthoni\e young, John 
Younger, Edward Smith, Mathew Smith, John welch, 
Robert Hubberthorne, Henry younger, William Hail, 
Thomas Hopper, Robert Hall, George Hall, John Beaster, 
Nicolas Hall (20), George Barran, George White, 
Anthonie Hall, William Dauis, William Hall, John Heath, 
John Ro>pper, John Wilson, James Ainslie, Robert Watt. 

Hamlet Hettone on the hill Robert Athenson, Robert 
Chiltooi, Richard feathers tone, John Achenson, Robert 
Achenson, younger, George Builison (16). 

Hamlet Ludwoorth William Swalwell, James Swalwell, 
John Swalwell, Marmeduk Swalwell, George Swalwell, 
Robert Darntoune. 

Servants belongin to the said Hamlet Raph Burd, 
Raph Burd younger, Thomas Shererto'une, Richard Elge. 

Hamlet Elemor Hall Christopher person, Mathew 
Gargraue, William Hornsbie, William Hinks, John 
Steuenson (15) (7). 

All Pittington parish who takes it is 124, all refusing 
is 11. 

The names of such persons as within the said parish doe 
refuse to take this oath Mr. George Collenwood 4 , esquire, 
and George Gibbons : both come to church but hath denyed 
to take the oath. 

Protest recusants who deny to take the oath Raph 
Huntlie, Thomas Huntlie, William Huntlie, Anthonie 
Huntlie, John Midleto'une, William Heddringtoune, 
William Heddringtoune, younger, Robert Heddringtoune, 
George Heddringtoune (11). 

Signed. Vicar : Georg-e Shaw 5 , Constable : John Rowell, 
Constable : Richard hederingtoii, Ouerseer : William 
Foutrop, Churchwarden : Michell Pattison, Church 
warden: George Swalwell, Cunsiable: Edward Smith (7). 

ST. OSWALD.* 

(Written upon 7 sheets of narrow paper pasted together 
to form a co-ntinuo'us sheet about 6J feet in length.) 
(D.0.15.). 

St. Oswold's Parishe Brough of Elvett Sr. Thomas 

4 George Collingwood of Dalton and Eslington, died 2 Feb., 1644. 
Compare pedigree of Collingwood, Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 1, 

5 Geo. Shaw, vicar of Pittington, 1631-61, Rector of Dinsdale, 1633-61, 
%ee Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 117. 

*For an account of the parish of St. Oswald, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iv, pt. 2, p. 72. 



145 

Swinburne 6 , T'ho. Massam, Rich. Liddell, John Dickinson, 
Arthur Smyth, Mr. Robert Collingwood 7 , Tho. Bewicke, 
Mr. William Collingwood 7 , Geo. Stobbs, Hugh Dixson, 
John Thomson, Robert Gent, Xpofer Hopper*, John 
Lumley, Cuthbert Wann, Tho. Ridley, Anthony Ridley, 
Charles Ridley, Rich. Taylor, Symond Greene, Henry 
Atkinson (20), Henry Lainge, Walter Scott, John Hopper, 
Tho'. Williamson, Tho. Loftass, Rich. Kenlyside, John 
Stobbert, Geo. Foster, Steauen Harrison, Tho. Knott, 
Uswin Gastell, Phillipp Azelbie, John Gelson, Mr. Geo. 
Martin, Mr. John Richardson 8 , Clarke O'f peace, Mr. John 
Morland 9 , Clarke of the Crowne, Robt. Bittles, Xpo. 
Eddrington, Rich. Hirdman, Geo. Heddon (40), Geo. 
Noble, Willm. Farrow, Xpofer Watson, Mr. Willm. 
Sidgswicke 10 , Geo. Daile, Tho. Stoute, Tho. Shorte, Geo. 
Ridley, Lanclott Taylor, John Wilkinson, Tho. Weames, 
Edward Layton, Geo. Tynmouth, Rich. Whitfield, jun., 
Xpofer Blunt, Willm. Swinbanke, Raph Dixson, Robt. 
Ouldfield, Mr. Mathew Cooper, Xpofer Maddison (60), 
Robt. Skirfield, John Stobbs, Geo. Thomson, Peter Dowson, 
William Dowson, W T illiam Atkinson, Mr. Clement 
Richardson 11 , Robt. Stainton, Willm. Haward, James Lee, 
John Hodgson, Rich. Cleg, TEo. Steauenson, Rich. 
Softley, Rich. Hodgson, Edward Hodgson, Lionell 
Stroddert, John Atkinson, Phillipp Dun, James Sym 
(80), William Dunn, John Crosley, Robt. Lambe, 
John Bradley, John Atkins, Nicolas Mackpeck, Robt. Rea, 
Hugh Arkle, Edward Hopper, Tho. Nesam, Robt. Gray, 
Geo, Gray, Robt. Middletbn, Tho. Rashell, Tho. Eltring- 
ton, Henry Arrowsmyth, James Hunter, John Joplin, 
Cuthbert Pearson, Henry Dunn (100), Antho. Malon, 
Archebell Erring^on, Tho. Ayre, Nicolas White, Raph 
Rennaldson, John Sym, younger, Francis Thomson, John 
Walker, Robt. Dunn, Geo. Rowell, Charles Sherfield, 

G Son of John Swinburne of Wylam, Northumberland, by his wife 
Dorothy, dau. of John Ogle; married Jeronima, dau. of Thomas Chay- 
tor of Butterby. 

7 1651, Dec. 11, The Worll. Mr. Eobert Collingwood, of the parish of 
St. Nicholas' in Durham, bur. His widow Trooth was buried, 31 Dec. 
of the same year, both at St. Oswald's, Durham. 

8 1715, Apl. 28, John Eichardson, attorney at law, bur. St. Mary 
IP Bow, Durham, Regs. 

9 1687/8, Jan. 27, John Morland, Esqr., bur., t. Oswald's, Durham. 
Reg. His son, John, was bur., 22 Dec., 1685, ibid. See Bee's Diary. 

10 1650, Nov. 3, Mr. Willyam Sidgswicke, bur. St. Oswald's, 
Durham Reg. 

11 1644, May 15, Clement Richardson, gent., buried, St. Oswald's, 
Durham, Reg. 

* This name is struck out in the MS. 

10 



146 

Nicolas Sheffield, James Bland, Cuth. Turner, Geo. Blyth, 
Mathew Liddell, John Binckes, John Hall, Xpofer Mann 12 , 
Henry Farrow (120), Peter Nixson, Symond Lodge, Robt. 
Pearson, Raph Midcaff, Nicolas Bradley, Nicolas Bradley, 
younger, Join Joplin, William Snaith, Mr. Xpofer Hild- 
yard 13 , Willm. Lainbe, Geo. Dun, Hugh Boyes, Geo. 
Hunter, James Carr, Bartram Laxe, Phillip Gibson, John 
Gibson, Tho. Browne, Tho. Rowell, Raph Atkinson (140), 
John Hildyard, John Hurst, Tho. Johnson, Robt. Blakie, 
Xpo. Arrundel, Marke Burne, William Richardson, John 
Richardson, William Rowell, John Shefield, Hugh Rowell, 
Geo. Rowell, John Stobbs, Rich. Ridley, Heugh Ramsay, 
Raph Hodshon, James Stodert, John Heddon, Geo. Hurst, 
Robt. Gibson (160), Willm. Browne, James Browne, Geo. 
Hogg, John Thomson, sen., Rich. Wilson, William Martin, 
Xpofer Sto'ckdell, Geo. Arrowsmyth, Hugh Joplin, Tho. 
Foeer, John Farrow. 

ShincklifP Constablerie and ould Durham Geo. 
Eg"lston, Phillip Foster, Rich. Foster, William Benathie, 
Tho. Trewett, William Fawcett, John Farmer, Tho. 
Heddon, Raph Steele (180), Tho. Story, Henry Wilkinson, 
Robt. Bell, Tho. Allen, James Steele, Geo. Wilkinson, 
Martin Litster, Clem. Rashell, Robt. Allen, John Wheatly, 
John Ridly, William Egelston, John Liddell. John 
Applebie, John Hopper, William Ayre, Raynold Marley, 
Robt. Heddon, Robt. Clarke, (200), Mich. Tutton, Andrew 
Miller, John Miller, Tho. Nicalson, Willm. Nicalson, Geo. 
Grame, Robt. Clarke, John Barker, William Ord, Henry 
Foster, Tho. miller. 

Broome, Beere Parke Fenkolne and Rellye^ Mr. 
Sampson Leauer 14 , Nicolas Brigg-s, Henry Brig-gs, John 
Shpirtricke, Francis Middleton, Cuth. Kirksley, Willm. 
Widdrington, Raph Thomson, Martin Holme, Mathew 
Holme (220), Raph Holme, John Sympson^ Robert 
Sympson, John Lowson, Henry Bell, James Middleton, 
John Younge, Geo. Lockey, Geo. Wright, Robt. Kirkley, 
Geo. Walton, Tho. Walton, William Walton, Geo. Focer, 
Geo. Swinburne, Tho. Younger, John Younger, Raph 
Younger, William Woofe (240), Ctithbert Hall. 

12 " Liddell " struck out and " Man " added in the MS. 

13 Son of Robert Hildyard, by his wife Frances, dau. of William 
Fotherby of York. Mar., firstly, Dorothy Lever, at St. Giles, 17 Apl., 
1626; secondly, 1650, June 5, Ellioner Lever, at St. Oswald's. His first 
wife was buried at St. Oswald's, 28 July, 1645; he was buried at St. 
Oswald's, 29 Nov., 1675. 

14 1649/50, Mch. 7, Mr. Samuell Leevers, bur. St. Oswald's, Durham. 
Eegs. 1715, Oct. 28, Mr. Samson Lever of Aldernedge, bur., ibid. 



147 

Houghall Clement Farrow, Geo. White, Rick. 
Crookes, Geo. Crookes, John Wilson. 

Burnehall Geo. Berkeley, William Kirkeley, John 
Kirkeley, Roger Carter, John Carter, Tho. Allenson, John 
Denny n, Steauen Atkinson. 

Signed. Cler. : Francis Foster, Church Wardens : 
Ric. Whitfeild, Robert Barwicke, George Kirtley, Ouer- 
seers : Richard Smith, William Stobbert, Richard Fairies, 
Constables : Mathew Noble, William Ridley, Richard 
Stobbs. 

All these whose names are aboue written haue taken the 
Protestation. 

These whose names are under written beinge Recusants 
refuses to take the protestacon. 

Mr. Michael! Johnson 15 , Mr. Robert Salvin 16 , Tho. 
Hopper, Xpofer Hopper, Robt. Hopper, Mr. Rich. Hild- 
yard 17 , Mr. Raph Booth 18 , John Palmer. 

SEAHAM.* 

(Written a small 8vo. pamphlet of 16 pages of which the 
last 9 are blank.) (D.0.16.). 

The parish of Seahame within the County Palatine of 
Durhame. 

The names of the inhabitants within the parish of Sea- 
hame that subscribed the protestation ye 20th of February, 
1642 (sic), in our presence. 

Signed. Vicar : John Easterby, 19 Church Wardens : 
Robert Goodchild, 20 John Bryse, Constable of Seaham: 
Richard Marshall, Constable of Seatone and Slingley: John 
Page. 

The names of thosse of Seahame that subscribed John 
Bee, Thomas Bee, Robert Collingtwood, William Colling- 

15 1644, Nov. 2, Michaell Johnson, gent., Eecusant, bur. St. Oswald's 
Durham Regs. 

16 For pedigree of Salvin, see Surtees, Durham iv, 117. 

17 1644, May 8, Bich. Hildyard, gent., Eecusant, bur. St. Oswald's 
Durham. 

18 Son of Richard Booth of White Hurworth, by his wife Barbara, 
dau. of Humphrey Blakiston of Fulthorpe; mar. Theresa, dau. of Col. 
Thomas Howard of Tursdale, youngest son of Lord William Howard; 
buried at St. Giles, Durham, 22 March, 1690/1. 

19 He was appointed Vicar, 1622, buried, 20 May, 1661. Regs. 

20 Buried, 7 Apl., 1664. Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of Seaham, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. i, pt. 2, p. 269. 



148 

wood, Thomas L'iddle, Robert Liddle, Edward Whittingtone 1 
(12), John Dixsone, Thomas Thompsone, William Copeland, 
Edward Liddle, William Liddle, John Bryse, Richard Bryse, 
Thomas Smith, John Morgane, Nicolas Todd, Robert Thomp- 
sone, George Liddle, Robert Beare, Adam Barker, John 
Greenwell, George Wattsone, Robert Winter (IT), John 
Reah, Andrew Wighame, Edward Wilkinsone, Thomas 
Cawarde, Richard Weightone. 

The names of thosse of Seatone that subscribed Robert 
Atkinsone, William Atkinsone, George Wcmlfe, Thomas 
Thompson, John Spraggan, Charles Sandersone, George 
Thompsone, William Smith (13), John Smith, John 
Willsone, Thomas Wally, John Robiiisone, John Farside. 
Edward Thompsone. 

The names of those of Slingley that subscribed John 
Sharpe, Nicholas Robsone, James Bee, Thomas Todd (10). 

The names od: the Recusants within ye Parish of Seaham 
that refused to subscribe the Protestation. 

In Seaham Thomas Todd, James Humble. 

In Seaton John Richardsone, John Eddringtone, George 
Steauensone (5). 

Seham parish in all is that hath taken it, 62, refused by 
5; in both, 67. 

Wittnesses o>f their refusall of the protestation Vicar : 
John Easterby, Church Wardens : Robert Goodchild, John 
Bryse, Constables : Richard Marshall, John Page. 

SHERBURN HOSPITAL.* 

(Written on the first page of a double sheet of foolscap. 
The back page is endorsed " Sherburne." " Noe Person 
Certified to haue Refused.") (D.O.IT.). 

A Certificate of the names of those that tooke the pro- 
testacon as it is comended and directed unto us by the 
horble house of Commons returned by John Machon master 
of Christ's Hospitall in Sherbourne neere Duresme. 

Mr. John Machon 2 , master 3 , Mr. Ed. Wyrley 3 , clarke, 
Henry Jackson, Robt. Halpeny, John "Kirby, John 
Marshall, George Archer, Richard Gardner, Robt. Forrest, 
John Burton, Will Busby e, John Burton, Edward Robson, 
John Harper, Robt. Russell, WilT. Richardson, Xpopher 

1 Buried, 24 Mch., 1657/8, Edward Whittingham, Seaham, thelder. 
Regs. 

2 Master, 1636-1679, Prebendary of Lichfield ; buried at Sherburn, 
16 Dec., 1679. Regs. 

3 The two " misters " are struck out in the MS. 

* For an account of Sherburn Hospital, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
i, pt. 2, p. 127. 



149 

Richardson, John Murrey, Anthoney Murrey, Cuthbt. 
Murrey, Xpopher Sabie, Will Hemler 4 , Ralph Marley, 
Will. Cotes, Owen Davids. 

Mr. Tho. Bullocke, Peter Russell, Robt. Fauster, Will. 
Barrow, Simon Hedden 5 , Will. Pilgrim 6 , belonging- to 
Whitwell, John Middleton (33). 

All wch persons beeing & belonging to the sayde 
Hospitall made this promise and protestacon in the Church 
of the Hospitall on the Lord's day, beeing February 27, 
1641, as witnesseth: Signed,. Master: John Machon, 
Chaplaine : Edward Wyrley, Clarke : George Wright. 

STTNDERLAND.* 

(Written in columns on on side only of two large quarto 
sheets sewn together. Endorsed on the back " Burrow of 
Sunderland. Bpp-warmouth certificate.") (D.0.18.). 

A note of all ye names of all those yt tooke the protesta- 
tion in the Burrowe of Sunderland this present twentie 
third day of februarie, 1641. 

Mr. Georg Lilburne 7 , Maior, Mr. Willm. Wikliff 8 , Mr. 
Thomas Pemberton 9 , Mr. Thomas Paule 10 , Mr. Edward 

4 The names from Robert Halpeny down to Hemler are bracketed 
together in the MS. 

5 " Hedley " crossed out and " Hedden " substituted. 

6 The bracket stops at Pilgrim in the MS. 

7 Brother of Richard Lilburn of Thickley Punchardon, in the parish 
of St. Andrew, Auckland. He married, firstly, 8 Nov., 1620, at Whit- 
burn, Isabell Chamber, who was buried, 8 Dec., 1627, at Whitburn; 
by her had issue, Thomas, bapt. 13 Jan., 1621/2, bur. at Houghton-le- 
Spring, 25 Mch., 1665, he represented the County of Durham in Crom- 
well's last Parliament; Mary, bapt. 12 Oct., 1623; Jane, bapt. 5 Sept., 
1625; George, bapt. 5 Nov., 1627. He married, secondly, Elianor, widow 
of Ralph Lambert of Stockton, and dau. of Mr. John Hickes, parson of 
Whitburn and of Alice his wife, and by her had issue, John, bapt. 8 
July, 1630; Alice, bapt. 10 Dec., 1631; 'William (bur. 11 Aug., 1633); 
Isabel, bapt. 5 Dec., 1632, William, bapt. 22 Jan., 1634/5; Richard, bapt. 
23 Mch., 1636/7; Elizabeth, bapt. 17 Sept., 1638; James, bapt. 6 Dec., 
1640; Alice, bapt. 14 Feb., 16*4/5, bur. at Whitburn, 19 Apl., 1659; 
Jeremiah, bur. 28 Sept., 1646. His wife was buried at Whitburn, 
23 Oct., 1667, he was buried at Bishopwearmouth, 1 Dec., 1676 (aged 
99), and in the record of his burial the sum of 6,000 10s. 9d. is added, 
apparently the amount of money he died posessed of. 

8 He married Isabel, dau. of Percival Gunstone of Cockermouth, 
widow of William Ayton of West Herrington, 21 May, 1604, she was 
buried 10 July, 1618, at Houghton, he was buried at Bishopwear- 
mouth, 6 Jan., 1652/3. 

9 1655, Aug. 24, Mr. Thomas Pemberton of Sunderland, buried. 
Bishopwearmouth Regs. 

10 1675, May 14, Captaine Thomas Paul, buried. Bishopwearmouth 
Regs. He married Sarah, dau. of Edward Lee. 

*For an account of Sunderland, see Surtees, Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, 
p. 253. 



150 

Lee 11 , Mr. Willm. Caldwell 12 , Mr. Thomas Caldwell 13 , 
Robert Collingwood, Willm. KelL Jolin Reade, Richard 
Chillton, Willm. Bland, Richard Spencley, Francis Hodg 1 - 
shon, Georg Humble, John Husband, sen., Lanclot Swin- 
burne, Cuthbert Kearton, Timothie Batt, Richard Boyes, 
Edward Walker, Thomas Browne, Willm. Hawson, James 
Anderson, Thomas Snowdon, John Jopling, Arthur Crispe, 
John Husband, jun., Willm. Cockson, Mathew Morris, 
John Lambe, Richard Buck, John Steuenson, Anthonie 
Hutton, John Linsley, Thomas Clarke, Willm. Taylor, 
Ambrose Taylor, jun., Thomas Nichollson, Thomas Guy, 
Ralph Bee, Sillvester Justice, Joseph Smallwood, Charles 
Collingwood, John Stevenson, Georg Peverley, Gilbert 
White, John Whorleton, Francis Roddam, Oswould Kell, 
John Willson, Willm. Anderson, Gregorie Righam, John 
Kell, John Home (55), Mr. John Baggs 14 , Robert Webb, 
Willm. Crooke, Phillipp Watt, Ralph Aide, Willm. Allin- 
son, John Sanders, John Halliwell, sen., Thomas Stafford, 
John Halliwell, jun., John Reede, Anthonie Snowdon, 
Thomas Grundie, James Liddell, Willm. Robinson, John 
Foster, Robert yong, Willm. Foster, John Walsh, John 
Potts, Ralph Bauie, Ralph Auld, Ingerham Browne, 
Lanclot Browne, Roger Lyle, Georg Jefferson, Willm. 
Burne, Robert Huntley, Georg Winteringam, Richard 
Browne, Thomas Davieson, Willm. Steward, Nicholas 
Fletcher, John Gilley, John Martin, Allexander Atkinson, 
John Dickson, Willm. Dauison, Ralph Simpson, John 
Foster, John Hunter, Michall Foster, John Arras, Robert 
Liddell, Willm. Auld, John Storie, Thomas Atkinson, 
Leonard Harrieson, Richard Atkinson, Francis Ware (50), 
Mr. Thomas Bainebrigg, Mr. Marmaduke Tunstall, Mr. 
Henrie Webster, Roger Thorn eton, John Carter, Robt. 
Swann, John Ganton, Thomas Carmichell, Myles Raw- 
leing, Richard Leadbeater, Tyillm. Martin, Arthur Hill- 
ton, Willm. Hilton, Edward Beares, "Thomas Haslopp, 
Michall Tadcastle, Francis Robinson, Thomas Coates, James 

11 Son of Edward Lee of Monkwearmouth nail, by his first wife, 
Mary, dau. of Peter Delaval of Tynemoutli, whom he married, 3 Dec., 
1611 (died 23 May, 1617). He married Mary, dau. of Toby Tunstall of 
Cleasby, Co. York; in 1670-72 he sold several parcels of land in Sunder- 
land, since called Lee's Close and Chapel Close, to the family of Robinson 
of Herrington. 

12 1670, Oct. 18, Mr. William Caldwell, buried. Bishop wearmouth 
Regs. 

13 1650, Oct. 6, Mr. Thomas Caldwell, buried. Bishopwearmouth 
Regs. 

14 1641/2, Feb. 17, John Baggs and Magdalen Burgoine, mar. 
Bishopwearmouth Regs. She was a daughter of Francis Burgoyne, 
Kector of Bishopwearmouth, 1595-1632. 



151 

Foster, "Willm. Allieson, Thomas Davieson, Robert Adam- 
son, Thomas Teasedale, Henry Thompson, Thomas Bee, 
Thomas Newbie, Robert Wastell, Willm. Dossey, John 
Buckler, Thomas Hudson, John Watt, Thomas Dossey, 
Robert Ganton, Georg Stevenson, Willm. Hebburne, 
Anthony Oweston, Thomas Ridley, Richard Lunn, Henry 
Palmer, Robert Watt, Thomas Watt, Oswould Bullocke, 
John Day, Willrn. Bee, James Watson, James Rennie- 
son, Willm. Wadd;ell, Thomas Walker, John Moverley 
(48), Robert Easterbie, Hugh Smith, Thomas Pallmer, 
Robert Erington, Robt. Swatt, Robt. Carver, John Nicholl- 
son, Rowland Farrow, Willm. W^att, Francis Watson, 
Danniell Scott, Willm. Roxbie, Michall Hubock, Willm. 
Wattson, Oswould Towers, Edward Baker, Clement Old- 
corne, Sammuell Glover, Georg Collingwood, Xpofer Steven- 
son, Willm. Mason, Willm. Thurbeck, Robert Thurbeck, 
Willm. Anderson, Edward Hynemes, Georg- Bedlingion, 
Cuthbert Annieson, Robt. Sharps, Thomas Snowdon, sen., 
Ralph Fletcher, John Hynd, John Newton, Willm. Taile- 
forth, Cuthbert Cuming", Xpofer Shakelock, Allexander 
Dirickson, Xpofer Steenson, Ralph Thompson, Willm. 
Sharps, Willm. Anguish, Edward Hunter, Ralph Stockton, 
John Dausoii, Willm. Annieson, Willm. Swinburne, John 
Rickabie, Robt. Fatherley, Xpofer Steevenson, Thomas 
Readley, Robt. Hallieday, Georg Hallieday, Robt. Boyes, 
Thomps Todd, Thomas Couleson, John Bell (55), Mr. Henrie 
Wikcliff 15 , John Gibson, Willm. Gibson, Roger Bellie, 
Robert Bartrum, Thomas Bartrum, Willm. Goodchild, 
Willm. Browne, Thomas Robinson, Xpofer Marshall, John 
Reede, Willm. Thompson, Richard Ealeson, Ralph Thompson, 
Willm. Nicholson, Henry Smith, Richard Browne, Willm. 
Hickson, Willm. Johnson, Robert Shereburne, Thomas 
Dobinson, Arthur Johnson, Thomas Bradforth, John 
Steuenson, Samuell Johnson, Peter Greene, John Greene, 
Thomas Greene, Michall Newton, Robert Chambers, John 
Wilkinson, John Smith, Richard Sheppson, Richard 
Smith, Xpofer Henderson, Willm. Scott, Donkin Costin, 
John Ollafant, John Martin, John Do'Ssey, Richard Batman, 
Willm. Houlmes, Robert Carver, John Laing-e, Thomas 
Anderson, Willm. Dassey, Robert Browne, Willm. Browne 
(48), Richard Greene, Henry Gibson, Willm. Hepell, 
Willm. Roxbie, Roger Rotherrie, Willm. Watt (6). 

A note of all there Names That is absent at Sea. 

Willm. Nichollson, Robert Foster, Nicholas Newbie, 

15 1661, June 29, Henry Wikcliff, buried. Bishopwearmouth Regs. 
Bapt. at Houghton-le-Spring, 24 Sept., 1604, son of William Wycliffe 
of Offerton. 



152 

Edward Thompson, James Gibson, Edward Browne, John 
Dickinson, Edward Grainger, David Side, John Day, 
Richard Hallieday, John Mathew, Thomas Steevens, 
Eichard White, Richard Martindale, Richard Dillie- 
foule 10 , Robert Anderson (17). 

Signed. Churchivardene : John Hardcastell, Cunstables : 
Humprey Harrison, Ambrose Taylor, Minister : John 
Johnson.* 

In all Suiiderland taken it 262, absent at sea besides 17 ; 
in all 279. 



TRIMDON. t 

(Written in the first and third pages of a narrow 
pamphlet formed by folding a single sheet of foolscap. The 
fourth page is endorsed " Trimdon parish.") (D.0.19.). 
Com. Dun elm. 

the 26 Febr., 1641. 

The names of the parishoners wthin ye Parish of 
Trimdon being conformable wch haue consented & taken 
before us the protestation exhibited unto them. 

Willm. Attkinson, John Willson, Geo. Hutchinscm, 
Matthew Hutchinson, Willm. Hutchinson, James Thomp- 
son, John Woodmas, Bryan Stobbart, Rob. Jackson, 
Willm. Nailor, Christopher Eales, John Wilbourne, John 
Helcot, Geo, Willye, Tho. Helcot, Sam. Litster, John 
Allieson, Tho. Robinson, Willm. Jackson, John Shadforth, 
Cuthbert Close, Willm. Harding, Nich. Rop., Willm. 
Sadler, John Shadforth, Rob. Pearson, Willm. Pearson, 
John Pearson, Tho. Pearson, Bryan Pearson, 'Rich. Corbel, 
Rich. Hutchinson, Vollentine Gent, Bryan Huth chins on, 
Geo. Huthchinson, Sampson Stobbart, Robert Roper 17 , the 
elder (37), Willm. Shotton, Tho. Attkinson, Willm. 
Litster, Willm. Morland, Rob. Faucet, Christopher Bacon, 
Tho. Jackson, Bryan Burletson, John Weames, Rich. Dun, 
Edwart Shotton, Bryan Brasse, James Shadforth, Hennery 
Arey, Bob. Brasse, John Sadler, Willm. Shaw, Rob. Rop., 
Willm. Stodert, Willm. Weames, Rauiff Smith, John 
Weames (59). 

16 1651, Nov. 15, Richard Dallifewle, buried. Bishopwearmouth 
Regs. 

17 For pedigree of Roper of Trimdon, see Surtees, Durham, vol. i, 
pt. 2, p. 107. 

* Rector of Bishopwearmouth, 1632-43; buried there 8 Nov., 1643. 

f An account of the chapelry of Trimdon may be found in Surtees, 
Durham, vol. i, pt. 2, p. 104. 



153 

Delinquents being- not conformable, Rob. Roper 18 , the 
elder, and Gee. Soulby, aged about 60 years, William 
Soulby, his sonn. 

Professed papists Rob. Burletson 19 , "Willm. Thompson, 
Rob. Weames, Rob. Cawert, Rob. Browne. 

7 delinquents. 

Signed. Curate : Will fisher 20 , Churchwardens : george 
weenies, John Swalwell, Cun staples : Tho. Stobart, Robert 
Sadler. 

Taken it in this parish, 59, refused by 7 ; in all, 66. 



18 This line is struck out in the MS. 

19 See pedigree of Burletson of Trimdon, ibid., p. 110. 

20 Fisher occurs as curate of Trimdon 1613, Surtees, Durham vol. i. 
pt. 2, p. 108. 



154 



STOCKTON WARD. 

The original cover for Stockton Ward is missing. The 
returns of the Protestations from this ward are for twenty 
parishes classified in the House of Lords MSS., as Numbers 
1 to 20 D.P. 

BILLINGHAM.* 

(Written in a foolscap quarto panrohlet of 14 pages of 
which pages 8 to 13 are blank. The last page is endorsed 
" Billingham parish," " None Certified to Refuse.") 
(D.P.I). 

Billinghm, feb. 20, 1641. 

A note of all the names of men wthin the parish of 
Billinghm being 18 yeares of age and aboue to whom the 
said protestacion hath bene tendered. 

Billinghm Towne Christopher Boucke 1 , vicare there, 
Henry Boiick, his sonne, James Bouck, his second sonne, 
John Jeckill, Christopher Eden, Willm. Appleby, Michael 
Manwell, Oswould Chapman, Edward Gray, his seruant, 
Willm. Ward, Thomas Ward, his sonne, Willm. Ward, his 
sonne, Michael Birstall, his seruant, Clithbert Hewetson, 
Samson Stobbart, Willm. Stobbart, his sonne, Thomas 
Ward, Willm. Lyddell, Gibrye Steere, Thomas Hewetson, 
Thomas Waimouth, Myles Bambridge, Matthew Stawper, 
Willm. Law, Willm. Cowhird, Anthony Cowhird, Christo- 
pher Hewetson, John Plumbton, George Markham, Christo- 
pher Markham, his sonne, Richard Atkin, his seruant, 
Geoffrey Braidley, Mr. Gascoigne Eden 2 , John Wilkinson, 
Thomas Warmoiuth, Thomas Hodgson, his seruant, John 
Colson, his seruant, John Jeckill, John Brown, Richard 
Gibson, Willm. Sharp, Thomas Simson, Richard Davison, 
Thomas Davison, his sonne, Robert Robson, his seruant, 
Robert Jeckill, Leonard Warde, Willm. Warde, his sonne, 
Robert Gelson, mylner, Bartholomew Stevenson, James 
Robinson, Robert Christopher, George Steere, his seruant, 
Willm. Willmson, his seruant, Willm. Matheson, Henry 

1 Called Borke by Surtees in his list of vicars, Surt-ees, Durham, 
Hi, 146. 

2 Second son of John Eden of West Auckland by his wife, Margery 
Welburye of Castle Eden. Bellasis was held by lease from the dean and 
chapter of Durham by the family of Eden of West Auckland, see 
Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 149. 

*For an account of the parish of Billingham, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 144. 



155 

Ellenor, Willm. Huntington, Robert Ovingtoii, Robert 
Warmouth, John Fewler, Thomas Fewler, Symon Fewler, 
Richard Appleby, John Christopher, Thomas Shephird, 
thelder, Thomas Shephird, the younger, Thomas 
Chapman, the elder, Raph Wilkinson, his seruant, John 
Hoard, Francis Cockfield, Francis Scarth, John Best, 
Robert Warmouth, Christopher Warmouth, Christopher 
Appleby, Willm. Law, Robert Finch, Robert Lyttle, John 
Finch, Tho. Rutlege, sen., Richard Rutlege, Thomas 
Rutlege, minor, Ambrose Wilson, John Manwell, Samson 
Pearson, Thomas Mylburne, Tho. Simson, John Smyth, 
Martyn Clifton, Lawrence Christopher, W 7 illm. Hull, 
Cuthbert Scott, , Willm. Law, Zacchary Manwell, Joseph 
Manwell, Thomas Chapman, minor, John Warmouth, 
Robert Cowhird, John Lyddell, of holme, Francis Denham, 
of Bellases, James Smyth, his seruant. 

Coopon Bewley Thomas Clark, Richard Thomson, 
John Mason, the elder, John Mason, the younger, 
Christopher Bulmer, Willm. Clifton, Thomas Smyth, 
John Woodroff, Thomas Stevenson, George Wilkin- 
son, Yalentyn Wilson, Richard Mynnikin, Willm. Boyes, 
Thomas Thomson, Willm. Busby e, Michael Busby e, 
George Clifton, Willm. Marshiall, Charles Plackett, 
Christopher Harrison, Thomas Maugham, George Harrison, 
Thomas Hutton, Robert Hutchinson, John Hutchinson, 
John Lawrence, Symon Lawrence, Reynold Huntington, 
George Dobinson, Anthony Burone, Thomas Tod, Willm. 
Robinson, Thomas Tayler (sick), Thomas Pickering, 
Willm. Huntington, the elder, Willm. Huntington, ihe 
younger, Willm. Johnson, Robert Law, Richard Robinson, 
Cuthbert Hutchinson, John Thomson, Timothy Thomson, 
Willm. Thomson, John Clark, John Cowhird (6), John 
Green, John Sharp, sen., John Sharp, minor, Richard 
Wildon, George Stevenson, Robert Law, John Davison, 
John Law, Rowland W r oodroi, Matthew Gray, Rowland 
Steuenson, John Fleok, Willm. Bulmer, John Rutlege, 
John Lyddell, of salt holme. 

Wolveston James King 3 , curate there, Cuthbert 
Roper, Michael Watson, Willm. Roper, Charles 
Watson, Thomas Watson, Thomas Woodroff, Raph 
Smyth, Thomas Smyth, Willm. C'ooke, John Meanes, 
John Dickson, Peter 1 Finch, Willm. Johnson James 
Huntington, Christopher Tuggill, Robert Wilson, 
Willm. Gent, Robert Smyth, Reynold Ramsey 4 , Thomas 
Hutchinson, sen., Thomas Hutchinson, James Thorp, 

3 See list of curates of Wolveston, Surtees, Durham vol. Hi, p. 149. 

4 The surname is badly blotted in the MS. 



156 

John Mensforth, Robert Watson, Robert Finch, John 
Wylde, Mark Wylde, Daniel Davison, Richard Hewetson, 
Raph Brown, John Huntington, sen., John Hunting-ton, 
minor, Willm. Huntington, Thomas Dickon, Willm. 
Trotter, Willm. Corner, Willm. Chipchasse, Thomas Chip- 
chasse, Richard Robson, Christopher Trotter, Myles Cisson, 
Raph Davison, George Davison, Alexander Williamson, 
John Williamson, John Law, John Thomson, George Hick- 
son, Robert Dauison, James Thorp, Robert Thorp, Willm. 
Gelson, Leshy Markham, Daniel Thorp, James Roper, Toby 
Finch, George Huntington, Willm. Huntington, Willm. 
Chilton, Edward Chilton, Edward Richardson, Nicholas 
Richardson, Willm. Bucer, Marmaduke Merington, George 
Markham, Robert Lawrence, Edward Dauison, Willm. 
Jefferson, John Thomson, Willm. Thomson, John Watson, 
Willm. Watson, Willm. Lauerok, thelder, Willm. 
Lauerok, the younger, John Hickson., Edward Gelson, 
Thomas Halyman, thelder, Thomas Halyman, the 
younger, Robert Moory, James Watson, Thomas Lackenby, 
Robert Dauison, Robert Headlam, Robert Hickson, Francis 
Cully, Willm. Forster, John Woodroff. Richard Shepherd, 
George Dauison, Hugh Finch, Thomas Hull, John 
Burrowes, John Forster, John Willmson. Tho. Trotter, 
Newton Bewley, Robert Wan, Willm. Merington, jun., 
Thomas Merington, Thomas M-arley, Cuthbert Shepherd, 
George Pottes, Edward Chilton. John Hewetson, Robert 
Waller, Christopher Bussy, Willm. Matthew, George 
Hubbock, Thomas Hodgson, Dyonise Turbett, Thomas 
Coward, Thomas Lay ton, Thomas Bussie, John Slayter, 
Thomas Eagleston, Raph Hodgson, John Lay ton, John 
Stelling, Toby Redhead, Robert Archer, Henry Chamber, 
Symon Chamber, Robert Hubbock, Richard Ayresonne, 
Richard Gent, Michael Gent, Willm. Clark, Leshy 5 
Merington, Richard Smyth, John Smyth, Robert Cytterne, 
Thomas Fewler, John Ranson, elder, John Ranson, 
younger, Willm. Merington, elder, John Warmouth, elder, 
John Warmouth, younger, Willm. Sweeting. 

All ye men above ye age of 18 yeares wthin the parish 
of Billing-ham have willingly taken the protestacon above 
written, in the presence of 

Signed. Vicar ther, Christopher Boucke ; Curate of 
Wolveston, James king; Churchwarden, Geo. Steere ; 
William Chipchaise, William Sharpe, Tobie Readhead, 
Thomas pickring, Willm Boyes ; Churchwarden, Raph 
Davison; Robart hubbocke, Peter Finch, Robart Lawe. 

5 This name may be "Lefhy." It occurs twice in this parish and in 
the one case the third letter looks like an " s," in the other it may be 
an " f." 



157 

BISHOP MIDDLEHAM.* 

(Written on a single sheet of foolscap.) (D.P.2). 

A note of all the Inhabitants of Bishop Middleham 
parish which tooke the protestation. 

Mr. Bedford, vicar 6 , Mr. Raiph Eure 7 , Mr. William 
Eure 8 , Mr. John Ward 9 , Mr. Joseph Ward 10 , Peter Ward 
Henry Hutchinson, Richard Middleton, Henry Grenell, 
John Burton, John Hutchinson, Richard Bell, John 
Hutchinson, Thomas Middleton., Thomas Hutchinson, 
Thomas Bayles, William Hindmas, Robert Phisicke, John 
Hutchinson, John Lister, Thomas Douson, Thomas 
Robinson, Cuthbert Specke, Raiph Walter, Richard Holy- 
day, John Walter, Christopher Selbie, John Shacklocke, 
George Middleton, Robert Hutchinson, Thomas Wheatley, 
Edward Smith, Robert Byars, Robert Widdifeild, John 
Farrow, sen., John Farrow, jun., John Gray, Richard 
Rpbson, William Robson, Thomas Tindale, William 
Richardson, John Ward, Raiph Ward, Toby as Ward, John 
Hutchinson, William Burne, John Robinson, Thomas 
Bell, Thomas Hall, John Stockdale, Christopher Bussie, 
Thomas Robinson, William Widdineld, William Wood, 
sen., William Wood, jun., John Robinson, Marmaduke 
Dixon, Willia Tompson, Willia Hutchinson, Raiph 

6 Thomas Bedford, bur. 8 Sept, 1660, aged 72, of Queen's College, 
Cambridge; Matric, 1606; B.A., 1608/9; M.A., 1616; mar. 19 Nov., 1616, 
at St. Oswald's, Durham, Alice Frissell (who was bur. 2 Oct., 1680), 
by her had issue : 

(1) Aman, bapt. 9 Sept., 1621, mar. 14 June, 1(^9. 

(2) Thomas, bapt. 3 Dec., 1623, mar. at York 29 May, 1650, bur. 

24 Apl., 1674. 

(3) Robert, bapt. 9 July, 1626, mar. in Scotland, Margaret 

Humleton, 13 Dec./1653. 

(4) John, bapt. 31 Aug., 1623, mar. Ann Anderson, 30 Dec., 1652. 

"God send her wel delivered at child bearing." 

(1) Elizabeth, bapt. 30 Nov., 1617, mar. 11 Sept., 1638, John, 

son of Robert Hutcheson. 

(2) Alice, bapt. 6 June, 1619, mar. Joseph Arrye, 12 May, 1646. 

(3) Mary, bapt. 3 Apl., 1631. 

(4) Bridgett, bapt. 18 Jan., 1634/5, mar. Henry Hutchinson, 2 

Oct., 1661, at St. Mary the Less, Durham. 

7 Bapt., 1 Dec., 1564, bur. 29 Jan., 1645/6, at Bishop Middleham. 

8 Bapt. 4 Apl., 1563, bur. 11 May, 1647, at Bishop Middleham. 

9 Son of John Ward of Bishop Middleham by his wife Jane, dau. of 
Emanuel Barnes, bapt. 17 Apl., 1614, bur. 28 Feb., 1649/50, at Bp. 
Middleham. For pedigree of Ward, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 13. 

10 Uncle of above, bapt. 30 Apl., 1581, bur. 25 July, 1666, aged 85 
yeares, 4 monthes and 5 dayes, Bishop Middleham Register. 

* For an account of the parish of Bishop Middleham, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 1. 



158 

Sweaten, Henry Mawer, William Liddle, Raiph 
Lambert, Thomas Shawe, Henry Richarson, William 
Hutchinson, Robert Middleton, Thomas Hutchinson, 
Clement Widdifeild, John Widdifield, Robert Middle- 
ton, Thomas Wright, Simon Kearton, Gilbert Hutton, 
Willia Selbye, Willia Hall, Tho. Colledge, Tho. Hutchin- 
son, Willia Hutchinson, George Guye, Nicholas Gray, 
Rich. Hoode, Willia Ateas, Antho. Applebye, Lancelett 
Ateas, Thomas Applebye, Tho. Reay, Marmaduke Blackes- 
ton, Willia Walter, Robert Kearton, Tho. Layton, Robert 
Chipchase, George Dods, Robert Widdifield, george 
Widderop, Christopher Faucett, William Blakie, William 
Woodhouse, John Wright, John Laing, Bartholomew 
Kearton, Robert Haswell, John Haswell, Willia Haswell, 
Willia Selbye, John Woodhouse, William Laburne, 
William Laburne, jun., Thomas Burton, Robert Wood- 
house, Anthony Applebye, Anthony Ellener, James 
Hudspecke, John Ateas, Peter Woodhouse, John Lister, 
Bernard Waugh, John Currie, John Miller 11 . 

A note of such persons as refuse to take the protestation. 

Christopher Chilton, recusant. 

Signed. Officers: Vicar, Thomas Bedford; Constable, 
Will hutcheson ; Churchwarden, John hutcheson ; 
Constaple, Robard Midlton; Ouerseer, Clemment Widde- 
feilde; Counstable, Thomas Shaw; Constaple, Thomas 
Hutchinson ; Constaple, Thomas Coledg ; Ouerseer, Thomas 
Wright; CJiurchwardon, Symon Kirston. 

BISHOPTON.* 

(Written in columns on a single large quarto sheet.) 
(D.P.3.). 

The Names of those in the parrish of Bishopton that 
hath taken the Pro>testacon according as it was sent from 
the Hoble. house of Parlamt. to his Mats. Justices of the 
peace of this County of Durham, and from thence to> us of 
the parish of Bishopton. 

Francis Welford, Raiph Welford, Thomas Coulson, 
Willm. Ay re, Thomas Mawer, John Atkinson, John 
Co'ulson, Willm. Blackmantle, George Coming, John 
Middleton, John Mawer, Willm. Mawer, Thomas Welford, 
Willm. Law, Thomas Jackeson, Phillip Jackson, Thomas 
Coming, Willm. Coming, George Heart, Robt. Sparke, 
Thomas Rowntre, John Rowntre, John Daueson, Thomas 

11 This name is struck out. 

* For an account of the parish of Bishopton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 67. 



159 

Allason, Thomas Waiting, Thomas Wilson, Thomas 
Sparke, Leonard Harreson, Bartho. Nickelson, Raiph Lax, 
Richard Wray, Willm. Wray, John Heart, Edward 
Anderson, Robeart Chilton, John Humphrey, George 
Chicking, Cuthbert Anderson, Simon Hudson, John 
Flethom, John Readhead, John Johnson, Willm. Challen, 
Raiph Golsbrough, John Painter, Robeart Watson, John 
Robinson, Willm. Wray, Thomas Wray, Robeart Cully, 
Willm. Slumber, Phillopp Dawton, Richard Cusson, John 
Cusson, Raiph Damson, John Wray, Raiph P ember ton, 
Willm. Blakey, Willm. Richardson, Willm. Garry, John 
Thompson, John Allen, Thomas Newton, Michaell Newton, 
Robeart Humphrey, Ralph Wilkinson, Willm. Vary, 
John Allason, Thomas Newton, Richard Merrington, 
Thomas Humphrey, John Aynsley, John Erase, Willm. 
Megson, Mathew Widdowes, Gyles Widdowes, Francis 
Sparke, Leonard Jackson, John Cusson, George Cay, John 
Widdowes, Richard Cusson, Lancelote Moore, George 
Corner, Thomas Blakey, John Colling, John Brase, Robeart 
Brasse, Marmaduk Machell. 

Signed. Vicker, Dauid Myles 12 ; Churchwardens, 
Thomas Stelling, Thomas Welford ; Constables, Willm. 
Mawer, John Wilkinson; Overseers, Willm. Newton, 
Thomas Wilson. 

Sum. 95. 

The Names of those that refuse to take the Protestacon. 

Lanclot Tod, Christopher Tod, Henry Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, John Finkell. 

DINSDALE.* 

(Written on a slip of paper.) (D.P.4.). 

A note of all the names within the Parish of Dinsdale 
as Followeth. 

Imprimis Rowland Place 13 , Esq., Mr. Robert Place 1 *, 
Mr. Gasoyne Lasinby 15 , George Mawer, William Garry, 

12 Appointed Vicar, 1631. 

13 Son of Christopher Place by his wife Mary, dau. of John 
Constable of Lazenby, Co. York; mar. Catherine, dau. of Charles 
Wise of Copgrove, Co. York; buried at Dinsdale, 22 Sept., 1680. 
Dinsdale Regs. 

14 Brother of above, Rowland mar. Catherine, dau. of Thomas 
Pudsey of Picton. For a pedigree of Place, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iii, p. 236. 

15 Married Francis Browne, 20 Feb., 1636/7 (who was buried as a 
widow, 1 Nov., 1678), they had a son, Buhner, bapt. 18 July, 1637, a 

daughter, Elizabeth, buried 16 March, 1668/9, and probably a son 
Gascoyne, buried 11 Nov., 1698. Dinsdale Regs. 

* For an account of the parish of Dinsdale, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 230. 



160 

Joseph Euerinden, William Arondell, Robert Jefferson, 
Edward Willson, Henry Whelton, Anthony Daker, George 
Peacocke, Thomas Tailerson, John Kell, William Richarby, 
Anthony Allan, Francis Steuenson, Xpofer Cockfeild, 
William Wright, Peter Greeuson, John Johnson, George 
Oveington, William Steuenson, Richard Steuenson, 
Richard Browne, Richard Stain ton, Anthony Taylboyes 16 , 
Curate. 

All these haue taken the protestation. Wittnes 
Person, John Rand*; Cunstable, Thomas Whelton. 



EAGLESCLIFFE.t 

(Written in two- columns upon four odd shaped pieces of 
paper pasted and pinned together. Endorsed on the back 
" Egglescliffe parish.") (D.P.5.). 

Thes be the names of those that haue taken it. 

Isaac Basire doctour 17 in divinity, parson of Eagles- 

* Son of James Rand, vicar of Norton, by his wife, Margery, dau. 
of Edward Banckes, Rector of Long Newton; buried 24 Mch., 1645/6, 
at Redmarshall where he was also Rector. See pedigree of Rand, 
Surtees, Durham, iii, 417. 

t For an account of the parish of Egglescliffe, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 197. 

16 He married Josia Philip, 2 June, 1605; she was buried 1 Feb., 
1634/5. Dinsdale Regs. 

17 Born at Rouen in Normandy, 1607, educated at the University 
of Rotterdam and at Leydon. In 1631 he became chaplain to 
Bishop Morton who presented him to the living at Egglescliffe, 1636. 
In 1640 the degree of D.D. was conferred upon him at Cambridge. 
In 1643 Bishop Morton collated him to the 7th stall at Durham, and 
in the following year he was appointed Archdeacon of Northumber- 
land. Being Chaplain to Charles I. he was presented by him to the 
Rectory of Stanhope in 1646, he mar. Francis Corbett, and was 
bur. 14 Oct., 1676, in the Cathedral Yard; he had issue: 

(1) Thomas Basire, bapt. 15 Jan., 1638/9, bur. 14 June, 1639, 

at Egglescliffe. 

(2) Isaac Basire, Barrister at Law; LL.B., 1669; LL.D., 1684; 

bapt. at Eaglescliffe, 22 Nov., 1643; admitted pensioner at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 5 July, 1664, aged 20; 
mar. as her fourth husband " Lady Elizabeth Burton," 
dau. of John Cosin, Bishop of Durham, at Stanhope, 4 
July, 1672 (she was bur. 14 Jan. 1699/1700 at Durham 
Cathedral), they had one child, Isaac, bapt. 18 Feb., 
1676/7, bur. 2 May, 1678, at the Cathedral. 

(3) Charles Basire, bapt. 11 Apl., 1645, at Egglescliffe, admitted 

pensioner at St. John's College, Cambridge, 11 May, 1665, 
aged 18; B.A., 1668; M.A., 1672; Rector of Boldon, 1677, 
to his death; bur. there 18 Mch., 1690/1; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of George Baker of Crook Hall, mar. at Lan- 
chester, 11 Oct., 1681, she remarried, 1691, Zachary 



161 

cliff e ; Churchwardin, Thomas Ayre ; Churchwardin and 
Cunstabill, John Bucke ; Cunstabill, Robert Garbat ; "Will 
Blast-on., of Archdeacon Newton, now inhabiting in the 
parish of Eaglescliffe. 

For Eaysleybie Mr. Peniberton 18 , Esq., Mr. John 19 , his 
sunne, Mr. henrie 20 , his sunne, Mr. Garnet 1 , George dent, 
John Wacke, Ouinghauran Red it, William Willson, Robert 
Lampton, Robert harperlie, his man, John Chapman, 
Thomas Koucke, Christopher Bowman, John walls, henrie 
wilkeson, Bartnolamue ritcherdson, Thomas Appillbie, 
William Willkeson, Thomas Richeson, William Jhonson, 
the younger, Christopher bras, William Jhonson 2 , Mr. hall, 
of nusam 3 , Robert bucke, Robert bicchabridge, Richard 
pacooke, Richard Raper, Robert Raper, his sunne, John 
mud, George taler, John hall, Rayph will son, Marke hall, 
Rober young, Cudbert nickallson, Richard Willie, John 

Whittingham, of Holmside; she was bur. 17 Nov., 1701, 
at Lanchester. 

(4) John, bapt. 9 May, 1647, at Egglescliffe. 

(5) Peter, admitted pensioner at St. John's College, Cambridge, 

12 May, 1665. 

(1) Elizabeth, bapt. 23 Apl., 1640, at Egglescliffe. 

(2) Mary, bapt. 31 July, 1642, married Jeremiah Nelson of 

Carlisle, curate of Stanhope ; afterwards vicar of Corbridge 
and Canon of Carlisle; mar. there 18 May, 1671. 

18 John, son of Michael Pemberton of A.slaby, by his wife Margaret, 
dau. of Ealph Watson, of Tudhoe. He mar. Isabel, dau. of Henry 
Grey, of Newminster; mar. at Grindon, 8 June, 1612; she was buried 
19 Feb., 1624; he was buried 28 Jan., 1643/4, both at Egglescliffe. See 
pedigree of Pemberton, Surtees, -Durham, vol. iii, p. 205. 

19 John, his second son, bapt. 22 Nov., 1618; a captain in the 
service of Charles I., this is he who heads the pedigree of Pemberton 
of Bainbridge Holme and Barnes. See Surtees' History of Durham, 
vol. i, 237. 

u Henry, third son of John, bapt. 20 Apl., 1620; a captain in the 
service of Charles I. See Surtees, History of Durham, iii, 205. 

1 John Garnett, eldest son of Anthony Garnett by his wife Mary, 
dau. of Michael Pemberton, was bapt. 22 Oct., 1615; Captain of 
Horse in the Regt. of Col. George Heron, in the service of Charles I.; 
sold Egglescliffe, 1670; he mar., 23 Aug. 1652, Alice, dau. of Christo- 
pher Place of Dinsdale, and widow of Michael Pemberton of Aslaby, 
bur. there 2 Mch., 1674/5, leaving no issue surviving. 

2 After Jhonson's name the column in the MS. is ruled across as 
though commencing another township. 

3 1673, June 7, Mr. Christopher Hall of Newsam, buried St. Andrew's, 
Bywell. As of Newsam, Co. Durham, he was 77 in Aug., 1666, and was the 
eldest son of Francis Hall of that place. He mar. Anne, dau. and 
co-heir of Edward Blakiston of Great Chilton, Co. Durham, by whom 
he had a son Ludovick, bapt. at Kirkmerrington, 27 Feb., 1620/1, who 
succeeded him, and two daughters, Catherine, wife of William Fenwick 
of Bywell, and Anne mar. to Robert Shafto of Benwell. See pedigree 
of Hall of Newham, Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 207. 

11 



162 

young, marmaducke Robson, Cudbert gibsoii, Thomas 
Ward, George Ward, his sunne, Willyam yallerrid, 
Michall nuton, Thomas bmckatt, Robert Sanderson, 
theeld., Robert Sanderson, the yo., Rayph bo-yes, 
John Bucke, John Paygil (54), Thomas lourd, 
Willyam Richeson, his ma, Thomas Bell, his man, 
Ninnie Ridlie, John Ridlie, his sunne, Robert Ridlie, his 
sunne, lourance semer, John Swaynston, Bartholamue 
Steale, Gabrill Robeson, Jhames francis, his man, John 
Jhacksott, the elder, John Jhackso>n, his sunne, Richard 
Parkinson, Ranald hodghan, Robert baynbridge, John 
nickallson, rnitchall nickallson, his (sic), Robert leaton, 
Steauin Carre, Richard nikallson, henrie tod, George 
fatherstone, Thomas Addie, Robert Jhackson, francis 
allieson, Thomas tomsan, Christopher Jhackson, Rayph 
nickallson, francis foex, Reaynalld Awtherson, francis 
Read, francis bell, Richard kootes, Mitchall ingilldue, 
Bartholamue semer, Christopher loonsdayle, Rowland 
taylerson, William Wo>ud, Anthonie Wood, William 
anderson, Thomas bournwell, William forest, Richard 
batmeson, William baumbrough, Anthonie Willkeson, 
Thomas ayre, the younger, Robert Reade, John blacklocke, 
William Willson, John grame, John Taylerson, the elder, 
John Taylerson, the yo-unger, John Smitch, Robert 
garbat 4 , the elder, Robert garbat, the yo'unger 4 , George 
mattieson, Edward white, John garbat, George dent, 
Rayph nuton (60). 

The names of theyme that Will not Coume to> this 
protestation. 

Mr. Robert larnpton 5 , Richard willie, George dent (3). 

ELTON.* 

(Written on two slips of paper pasted together. 
Endorsed on the back " The Parish of Elton.") (D.P.6.). 

Stocton Ward, The Parish of Elton. 
Mr. John Jefferson 6 (1), Robt. Jefferson (2), John 

4 Struck out in the MS. 

5 Of Biddick, gent (afterwards of Newham), 6th son of Sir William 
Lambton by his second wife, Catherine Widdrington. He married 
Anne, daughter of Thomas Delaval of Hetton-le-Hole, at Houghton-le- 
Spring, 26 Apl., 1670, and was buried at Bamburgh, 13 Oct., 1684. 
See new County History of Northumberland, ix, 174. For a pedigree 
of Lambton of Newham, see Surtees, Durham, ii, 397. 

6 The Jeffersons were owners of part of the lordship and rectory of 
Elton, Surtees, iii, 209. 1645, June 26, John Jefferson and Marie 
Fayrer, mard. Regs. 

*For an account of the parish of Elton, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iii, p. 209. 



163 

Jefferson, juii. (3), Tho. Jefferson (4), Tho. Jefferson 
sen. (5), Tho. Swalwell (6), Christofer Hodshon (7), 
Eich. Pert (8), James Clarke (9), Tho. Yarrowe (10), John 
Talerson (11), Bartholomew Bailes (12), Mathew Thomson 
(13), John Fowler (14), John Harrison (15), Geo. Bailes 
(16), Bartle Bailes (17), Eobt. Maire (18), Willm. Cornforth 
(19), Edward Staneley (20), Eobt. Thomson (21), Mr. Tho. 
Farer, Curatt 7 (22); Constable, Steauen Dobbin (23); 
Churchwardens, Willm. Jefferson (24), Eobt. Jefferson 
(25); Sum. 25. 

All these above written have taken the Protestacon. 

The names of those that refuseth to take the 
Protestacon. 

Mr. John Errington 8 , Eobert Greg-son; Sum. 2. 

ELWICK HALL.* 

(Written on the first page of a double sheet of foolscap. 
The back page is endorsed " None Certified to Eefuse.") 
(D.P.7.). 

By the minster, Churchwardens, Cunstable, ouerseeres 
and parishioners of the parish of Elwick, Feb. 27, 1641. 

These are to Certify that the day and yeare aboue sayd 
wee whose names are hereunder written being all the 
parishioners within the parish of Elwick haue taken the 
protestation made by the house of Comons in parliament 
the third of May, 1641, and that none within our parish 
hath refused the sayd protestation. 

Curat, Eoger Mace 9 ; Churchiuardens, John Eawling, 
Anthony walker ; Custable and ouerseers, Barnard Jackson, 
John Wardayle, Thomas Eawling, George Warmouth, 
Thomas Wood, John Chilton, George Whelton, Thomas 
Adamson, Thomas Tompson, Anthony Walker, Eobert 
Thorpe, Willia Eansome, Eobert Eansom, James Mosse, 
Eobert Eawling, Nicholas Eawling, John Eawling, jun., 
James Eawling, Nicholas Eansom, John Patteson, William 
Wardayle, Henry wood, Christopher Sheroton, Ninian 
Sheroton (22), John Emerson, Eobert Norton, William 

7 Farer was curate to an absentee rector. 1645, Apl. 15, Mrs. 
Dorothye, wife of Thomas Fayrer, curate, bur. Regs. 

8 For a short pedigree of Errington, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 
209. 1666, Dec. 31, Mr. John Errington, maximus natu Papist, bur. 



9 Curate of absentee rector. A Roger Mace was admitted to Gonville 
and Caius College, Cambridge, 27 June, 1611, aged 16, as son of Henry 
Mace of the parish of St. Botolph, Cambridge; B.A. (King's), 1617/18. 

*For an account of the parish of Elwick, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 85. 



164 

Chilton, jun., William Johnson, Robert Chilton, 
Christopher Denton, Thomas Watson, Raph Sharpe, 
William Burne, Robert Locky, Christopher Stooddard, 
William Chilton, sen. (12). 

None Refused. 

GREATHAM.* 

(Written in columns on a single sheet of foolscap: 
Endorsed on the back " Grea.th.am " " None Refused.") 
(D.P.8.). 

Greatham, Com. Dunelm. 

These are to certify that all the Men inhabitants within 
the Parish of Greatham in the County Palatyne of Durham, 
and whose names also are herein specified haue taken the 
protestation as is required by the Honble. Court of 
Parliamt. at this time assembled ; and moreover that not 
any, either were absent, or refused to take the same, but 
so many as are of the age of 18 yeares and upward haue 
unanimously done as the said Honble. Court hath required 
of them. In testimony whereof, wee the Minister, Church- 
wardens, Constables & ouseers of the same parish haue 
subscribed this prsent, second day of March, in the 17th 
yeare of his Mates. Reigne that now is : 1641. 

Gabriel Clarke 10 , SS. Theol. Pro. Archidiac. Dunelm., 
Tho. Clarke, Tho. Grunwin, Tho. Mansforth, Tho. Wright- 
son, Lane. Stanwick, Ro. Robson, Tho. Olyver, Nich. 
Ayrson, Rog. Barwick, Wm. Walton, Jo. Walter, Wm. 
sheraton 11 , Mr. Abra. Clarke 12 , Jo. Hudson, Hen. Lowder, 
Ric. Eggleston, Ra. Thomson, Ro. Donne, Nic. Errington, 
Hen. Wilkinson, Ro. Chilton, Ro. Elstob, Hen. Atkinson, 
Wm. Coates, Amb. Litster, Ed. Atkinson, Hen. Hall, Lane. 

10 Son of John Clarke of Clothall, Herts, yeoman; chaplain to 
Bishop Neile. He was of Christ Church, Oxford, matric. 21 Feb. ,1605/6, 
aged 17; B.A., 22 June, 1609; M.A., 14 May, 1612; incorp. at Cambridge, 
1616; B.D. from Pembroke Hall, 1630 and rector of Middleton Stoney 
Oxon, 1616. Successively Archdeacon of Northumberland, 1619, and 
Durham, 1620; Rector of Elwick and Master of Greatham Hospital, 
1624; Prebendary of the 6th stall, 1623, and Prebendary of the 1st 
stall, 1638. He mar. Mildred, dau. of William Neile, brother of the 
Archbishop. She was buried 14 Nov., 1659, at Durham Cathedral; he 
was buried there 12 May, 1662. 

11 A line is drawn across the column under Sheraton's name. 

12 1644, Oct. 10, Abraham Clark, sen., bur. Regs. One of these names 
was, in 1622, keeper of the manor house and Bailiff of Stockton, Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 171. 

* For an account of the parish of Greatham, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 134. 



165 

Archer, Tho. Huetson, Ro. Emerson, Ro. Peacock, sen., 
Ed. sparke, sen., Jo. Elstob, sen., Jo. Youle, sen., Tho. 
Atkinson, sen., Jo. Marley, Tho. Fetherston, Ja. Robson, 
Jo. sheraton, Jo. Perne, Mark Atkinson, Jo. Fetherston, 
Ric. Elstob, juii., Wm. sheraton, jun., Ro>. Fell, Tho. 
Emerson, Ra. Donne, Hen. shepheard, Ra. Raynton, Jo. 
sparke, sen., Jo. wood, val. sparke, Geo. Miller, jun., Jo. 
olyuer, Jo. Errington, jun.-, Jo. Donne, sen., Ja. Taylor- 
son, Win. sparke, tertis., Wm. sparke, jun., Geo. Jonson, 
Jo. Harrison, Pet. Marley, Jo. Huchinson, Tho. Coward, 
Wm. Dennyson, Tho. Hodshon, Ro. young, Wm. sparke, 
sen., si. youle, Ed. perkin, Ro. Jonson, Tho. Pranie, Hen. 
Elden, Geo. Miller, sen., Lane. Donne, Tho. Robson. Ra. 
Tyimiouth, Tho. Rosse, Ro. Coward, Ra. Hart, Tho. 
Archer, Jo. Sparke, jun., Ed. Robson, Ra. Jonson, Geo. 
walton, Jo. youle, jun., Tho. ,whitfield, Jo. Fell, sen., Ja. 
Henderson, Ra. wall, Xto. Tuggalt, Wm. Nuby, Ric. 
Elstob, sen., Ro. Peacock, jun., Ra. sparke, sen., Ra. 
Maitin, Xto. Jordison, sen., Mich, watsou sen., Wm. 
speeding, sen., Tho. Curry, si. Huchinson, Jo. Robson, 
jun., Mark Malande, Jo. Awgood, Ro. Lambert, Jo>. Elstob, 
sen., Jo. Haslippe, Lan. Bowser, Brian Marley, Rb. Sparke, 
Xto. Wilson, Geo. Olyuer, sen., Jo. Hart, Ro. Watson, 
Jo. Cully, Hen. Eddrington, Jo. Robson, sen., Jo. Fletcher, 
Win. Peuerill, Ro. Ayrson, Wm. Andrew, Wm. Jonson, 
Tho. Lodesman, Ric. Donne, Jo. Fell, jun. 

Cler. Vicar ibdem, Jos. Wood 13 ; Churchw., Jo. Erring- 
ton, Ro. Atkinson; Comtab. : Ed. Donne, Geo. Hubbock; 
Oner seers : Wm. Lackenby, Ric. Hudson. 

Ita testamur; Cler., Jos. Wood; Chur., Johis Erring- 
ton, Ro. Atkinson; Constab., Ed. Donne, Geo. Hubbock; 
Our seers, Gu. Lackenby, Ric. Hudson (135). 



GREAT STAINTON.* 

(Written on the first page o<f a double sheet of foolscap.) 
(D.P.9.). 

I H.D. doe promise, vowe, and protest, in the prsence 
of Allmightie God to mainetaine & defend (as farr as law- 
fully I may, with my life, power, and estate) the true 
Reformed protestant Religion, expressed in the doctrine of 
the church of England. Against all popery and papish 
innovations within this Realine contrary to the sayd 

13 Joseph Wood, vicar of G-reatham, 1627-1649. 

* For an account of the parish of Stainton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 61. 



166 

Doctrine. And according to< the Duty of my Allegeance to 
his Maties Regall person, honour and estate : as allso the 
power and priviledges of Parliament, the lawfull rights and 
lyberties of the Subiect, and every person that maketh this 
protestacon in whatsoeur he shall do>e in the Lawfull 
pursueance of the same. And to my power, and as fair as 
Lawfully I may, I will, oppose and by all good wayes and 
meanes indeavour to bring to Condigne punishment, all 
such as shall either by force, practises, councells, plotts, 
Contriuances, or otherwayes doe any thinge to the contrarie 
in this prsent protestacon conteyned. And further that I 
shall in all just and honourable wayes indeavor to prserve 
the union & peace of the three kingdomes of England, 
Scottland & Ireland, Neyther for hope, feare, or other 
respect shall relinquish this promise vowe & protestation. 



GREATE STAINTON PARISHE. 

This Protestation was freelie and Unanimouslie taken by 
these inhabitants of Great Staunton, whose names are heere 
under written: feb. 20, 1641. 

Mr. Adam Anderson, Curate o>f Cotam and schooleinastr 
of Great Steinton tooke this protestation wth us 

Will. Scurfeilde 14 , gent, Edward Scurfeilde 14 , gent, 
John Richarbye, Tho. Morley, Simon Wood, George 
Jackson, John Jackson, Anthony Clarke, Charles Robson, 
Robert Awde, Phylipp Blench, John Mawer, James 
peacocke, Rich. Sunton, Anthony Dobbin, John Collin, 
Rowland Greevespn, Thomas Dobbin, Richard Hollyman, 
Tho. wood, william peacocke, Rich. Alleson, Anthony 
Offington, Simon Hopper, Henry Richarby, Cuthbert 
Clement, John Baxter, John Harrison. 

Mr. Ralph Cots worth and William Tayler are both from 
home. 

These Inhabitants of the parish of Great Staunton 
refused to take this protestation, being all of them papists 
vidzt : 

William Richarbye, Henry Wilkinson, sen., John 
Wilkinson, jun., William Leedale, sen., Henry Leedale, 
jun. 

In witnesse whereof we haue subscribed or names 

14 Sons of William Scurfield of Elstob, gent. William, the eldest 
son, succeeded his father at Elstob; bapt. 5 May, 1613; bur. 27 Nov., 
1694, aged 81. He mar. Elizabeth Cooke of Stockton, mar. at Red 
Marshall, 14 June, 1665; Edward the 3rd son, of Wowgrave, parish of 
Bishopton, bapt. 10 Oct., 1619; mar., Sarah Jackson, 10 May, 1649; bur. 
17 Mch., 1666/7, at Great Stainton. See Surtees, Durham, iii, 65. 



167 

Rector of Staunton, Hen. Doughty 15 , Church ward ens, 
Thomas Speed, Willm. Norton ; Constable, Simon Hopper. 

And we further certifie that we haue noe more men in 
or parish aboue 18 yeeres of age but these aboue named. 



GRINDON.* 

(Written upon three odd sheets of paper pasted together 
into one long strip.) (D.P.10.). 

The names o*f all the inhabitants within the Parrish o>f 
Grindon who haue taken the protestatk)' sent fro the house 
of Como'iis, 1641. 

Thorpethueles Willm. Sidgeswick, Francis Tweddall, 
Francis Tweddall, jun., John Sidgeswick, Raph Barrick, 
John Sidgeswick, jun., Francis Denham, Marmadock 
Dauison, James Green, Joseph Dauison, John Ramsay, 
John walker, Thomas Bulman, John Duckett, Willm. 
Tyndall, John Chipchase, Mathew Midleton, Richard 
Melsonbye, Robt. Blakey, Raph Litster, Raph Ellenor, 
Bartrem Rickabye, John Renison, Hugh Harrison, John 
Rashell, W T illm. Haueside, John Lof'tous, Raph Bam- 
bro'iigh, John Bambro-ugh, Ro'bt. Skeldough, Willm. Bell, 
Willm. Edkar, Willm. Spooner, Richard French, Cuthbert 
Watson (35). 

Winyard Mr. Raph Dauison 16 , Edward Urwine, 
Willm. Ewbanke, Edward Huirde, Gerard Sidgeswick, 
Thomas Melsenbye, John Coltman, Cuthbert Locke, James 
Clarke, John Ewbanke , Mathew Lockye, Mathew, Niool- 
son, Mathew Burwell, John Watson, Michael Bourne, John 
Bourne, Marke Proode, John Nicolson (18). 

Whitton Willm. Watson, Willm. Eden, jun., John 
Watson, Anthony Kendall, Robt. Chipchase, Thomas Chip- 
chase, Anthony Watson, Willm. Hallyman, Thomas Smith, 
Raph Watson, Robt. Walker, Willm. Fouler, John Clay- 
ton, Richard Harrison, Thomas Willies, Luke Hoggett, 
Robt. Bambrough, Nicholas Homer (18). 

Foul-thrope John Lamb, Willm. Lamb, John Greeue- 
son, Richard Greeueson, John Mitchell (5). 

15 Inducted 6 Dec., 1638. Bur. at ye east end of ye quier, not in ye 
quier, 15 Sept., 1653. Regs. 

16 Second son of Sir Alexander Davison, knt. Bapt. at St. Nicholas, 
Newcastle, 11 July, 1609, of Winyard. Mar. Timothea, dau. of Sir 
William Belasyse of Morton House, Knt., at Houghton-le-Spring, 16 
Jan., 1637/8; died 15 Aug., 1684, aged 74. See Surtees, History of 
Durham, Hi, 167. 

* For an account of the parish of Grindon, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 75. 



168 

Vicare, James Wallace 17 ; Constables fy Churchwar., 
John Buckle, Willm. Swainston; Ouseers of the poore, 
Raph Clayton, Thomas Harrison (5). 

The names of those inhabitants wthin the parrish of 
Grindon aboue mentioned who haue not taken the said 
protestatio 

Willm. Eden, sen., Francis Emmerson, Edward 
Skeldough (3). 

HART.* 

(Written in columns on a single large quarto sheet of 
paper.) (D.P.ll.). 

The names of those that did take the prodistation in the 
parish of hart. 

Robt. Shaw, overseer, Richard Stelleii, Raph wilkin- 
sone, micheall dune, John watsone, Rpbt. Cragges, James 
Cragges, John dune, Robt. Chiltone, Richard Reed, Thomas 
wilkinsone, John brumlay, Willyam baites, James 
Jackson, Richard merringtone, John Jacksone, John Dune, 
Willyam Robinsone, Willyam Jurdisone, Francye Clarke, 
John morrye, Richard dune, Robt. wright, micheall nichol- 
sone, Thomas boyes, Roland Mainsforth, willyam addam- 
sone, Thomas barker, Edward nickholsone, Robt. brumlay, 
John Wilkinsone, Barnard Dune, willyam nortone, Gorge 
Sparke, marton Cooke, Robt. buse, Willyam Wilkinsone, 
Robt. Smith, Cristopher moodye, Thomas burden, John 
mainsforth, Raph mainsforth, Willyam brumlay, Thomas 
Stimsone, willyam wilkinsone, John watsone, willyam 
Stoderd, Jarie burden, henrye willsone, Steuen boyes, Robt. 
herrisone, willyam galleley, Thomas lister, Richard burden^ 
George lister, John andrew, Thomas Reed, Willyam 
armstronge, Thomas boyes, Thomas Wilkinsone, Anthony e 
Couke, Robt. Turbut, John boyes, Willyam robsone, John 
Cornor, Nicholas hall, Robt. herrisone, Gorge Craw, Robt. 
hett, John turbut, Willyam herrisone, Robt. herrisone, 
Robt. rosbe, Gorge lightone, henrye boyes, Robt. lister, 
Lucke Swallwell, Thomas turbut, Christopher marshell, 
Thomas buse, Richard moodye, James Couke, Willyam 
meburne, Thomas armstronge, henrye Cragge, Thomas 
robsone, Thomas Rucroft, John armstronge, Thomas woode, 
Willyam Smith, George herrisone, Robt. tomsone, Willyam 
tomsone, Willyam gowland, John watsone, John Mains- 

17 Appointed 1618. His wife, Susanna, was buried at Grindon, 
15 May, 1641. He signs 1645, and probably died 1653 when his successor 
was appointed. For a notice of his dispute with one of his parishioners, 
see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 76 note. 

* For an account of the parish of Hart, see Surtees, Durham, vol. 
iii, p. 90. 



169 

forth, Thomas pattysone, Richard Jonsone, John watsone, 
mathew Cornor, Thomas Persone, Phillip wilkinsone, 
Willyam Jonsone, Robt. gibsone, micheall tod, Robt. 
Stodderd, Raph wilkinsone, Thomas Cornor, Edward lambe, 
John Smith, Steuen ousher, Thomas atchisone, Thomas 
wilkinsone, Thomas hett, James watsone, John lister, John 
Smith, Robt. steuensone, John hett, Gorge willsone, 
Thomas Cmgges, John halle, Richard Jobye, Thomas 
Marlay, Thomas turbut, Robt. hette, Robt. woode, Raph 
Elstone, Richard Couke, Robt. walker, Willyam marlay, 
willyam swallwell, willyam ma ins forth, Cristopher Esbe, 
nickholas herrisane, willyam sherwoode, Willyam Crawe, 
James are, John Wright, Nicholas armstronge, Thomas 
gregson, Richard foster, John addamsone, Willyam renni- 
sone, Willyam mansforth, Willyam miles, matthew herri- 
sone, John Snawdowne, Robt. herrisone, Richard 
addamsone, Tristram wright, Robt. rennison, Thomas 
achisone, Thomas mainsforth, John White, John hette, 
Thomas morye, John betsone, Anthonye meriman, Willyam 
hall, Willyam meriman, micheall buse, Thomas Nichol- 
sone, Willyam hette, Robt. bicklay, Robt. hette, Richard 
baites, Robt. Jobye, James sheritone, Richard Jurdisone, 
Nickholas hall, Robt. tonge, John pasmore, nickholas hall, 
Thomas wright, Thomas robsone, Willyam Wright, Will- 
yam herrisone, John Couke, Richard Reede, Edward 
farbrecke, lowranc lauerick, Roibt. Simsone, Willyam 
Couke, Thomas Couke, Mr. Raph butrye, John butrye, 
Robt. dixsone, Richard laye, John Chiltone, Willyam 
hochsone, Thomas watsone, Roland herrisone, James pottes, 
John brough, Robt. herrisone, Willyam hette, John 
Specke, Robt. Colsone, John Willsone, nickholas huchisone, 
Thomas humble, henrye nicholsone, John moore, Robt. 
Mainsforth, John hallayman, willam Swalwell. 

The names of them that did not take the prodistacione : 
Willyam herrisone of Elwicke. 

Signed. Vicar, Ed. young 18 ; Counstabelle, Richard 
Mallam ; Overseer, Robart Shawe ; Churchwardane, 
Robert Crawe; Ouerese, Willyam Sheraton; Counstable, 
William Corner; Counstable, James Cornor; Counstable, 
bartholamew barker; Churchwardane, John Armstronge. 

HARTLEPOOL.* 

(Written on a large quarto sheet folded into- a narrow 
pamphlet of four pages. The second page is blank, the 
fourth is endorsed " Hartlepoole Chapelry.") (D.P.12.). 

18 Appointed 1626, ob. 1653. 

* For an account of the parish of Hartlepool, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 99. 



170 

Hartleppole Chapelrie Mr. Robartt Wilkinson 19 , 
mayor, Willyam Porrett, John Harreson, James Whit- 
heade, John Smith, Joseph Staynbancke, Richard Langley, 
James Nicholson, Robert Comyn, Robertt Porrett, George 
Sherewood, James Nicholson, John Baccan, Bryam Martin- 
dale, John Claxton, Richard Deanye, Richard Burrell, 
Richard Watt, George Wade, Raph Ferrybye, Thomas 
Whitheade, Peeter Raughton, Willya Wilyamson, John 
Midleton, Robertt Finley, Willyam Hoggart, Peter 
Mawson, Tho. Cuthbartt, John Harreson, John Horsley, 
John Button, Cuthbart Bentley, Outhbart Whitheade, 
John Smayles, Thomas Robinson. Thomas Hunter, Bartho- 
lemew Pictoii, John Hutton, Thomas Humble, Willyam 
Alleson, John Tomson, James Harreson, Christopher 
Gybson, Willam Hale, John Maye, Robertt Meryman, 
Thomas Sherewood, John Dowson, . Phillipp Cuthbartt, 
Thomas Hutton, Willyam Harreson, John Harreson, 
Willyam Robinson, John Maye, Richard Gower, John 
Raughton (56), Willyam Willyamson, John Humble, John 
Cumyn, James Linsley, John Miliner, Willyam Moore, 
Francis Moore, Peeter Horsley, George Sewell, Willyam 
Sowleye, Francis Jefferson, Thomas Hart, Raph Sewell, 
John Sewell, Christopher Baccan, Anthonye Midleton, 
John Sherewood, Willyam Knot, Thomas Chester, 
Christopher Flecke, Richard Lauerocke; Robartt Reuell, 
John Suddicke, Thomas Chester, Thomas Wild, John 
Deauesoii, Rob-art Meryman, Christo. Martindale, Richard 
Whitworth, John Flecke, Thomas Wilkinson, Nicholas 
Hett, Willyam' Has well, Willyam Wetherald, George 
Cuthbart, Richard Bell, Richard Humble, Raph Whit- 
heade, Robart Hodgson, Richard Hunter, Thomas Miliner, 
George Hart, Thomas Whitheade, John Tweddell, Sander 
Ferrabye, Cuthbart Sharppe, John Hart, John Walton, 
W T illyam Potter, Francis Fruin, Willyam Burnett, Thomas 
Midleton, Raph Greene, Nynyan Hodgson, Thomas Rowel 1, 
Raph Yealdart, Mr. Anthony Midleton (57), Thomas 
Hunter, George Sympson, John Mackmillian, John Whit- 
ffeeld, Willyam Flecke, Willyam Haswell, sen., Magnes 
Cynkler, Tho^mas Derection, Thomas Hart, James Aslebye, 
William Sharpe, Tho'. Watson, Steuen Dixoii, Anthony 
Lander (14). 

Ye some of thosse yt hath taken the protestation all 
aboue 18 yeares of age within the Chappellrye of Hartin- 
pool, 127 persons. 

Signed. Cleric, Tho. Thompson; Churchwarden, 

19 The name does not appear in list of mayors of Hartlepool given 
in SurteeSj vol. iii, p. 107, nor yet in Sharp's, Hartlepool (where there is 
also a list), p. 69. 



171 

Willyam Hale ; Churchwarden, James Whithead ; Cun- 
stable, John Smith ; Constable, Nicholas Hett ; parish 
Clarke, Joseph Staynbancke (6). 

Ye names of thosse within the Chapellrye o>f Hartin- 
poole which will not take the protestation are five papists 

Willyam Gybson, Christopher Gybson, John Hunter, 
George Hull, Francis Hull (5). 

HURWORTH.* 

(Written on a double sheet of foolscap.) (D.P.13.). 

A note of the names of those in the towneshipp of 
Hurworth upon tease, that have taken the protestation. 
January the 23th, 1641. 

Hurworth parish John Smith, Raphe Coleson, Richard 
Kirsoppe, Ninian Kirsoppe, Richard Haunbye, Henry 
Stockton, Willin. Ward, Richard Ingledue, Xpofer 
Stockton, Francs Anderson, Xpofer Farmer, W^illm. 
Sherington, Rowland Kilburne, Bartholomew Watson, 
Thomas Kirsoppe, George Betson, John Richardson, 
Bartholomew Smith, Robt. Symson, Anthonye Symson, 
Michaell Scarth, John Snawdon, Georg' Denham, Thomas 
Walker, John Sherayton, John Steauenson, John Johnson, 
Willm. Fennye, Willm. Ward, Willm. Ward, Willm. 
Betson, Willm. Willmson, Marma Walker, Henry Wager 
(34), Anthonye Bellanbye, Barnard Langstreth, John 
Brumley, Leonard Duninge, Xpofer Walker, Robt. Allen, 
John Allen, GeoTo- Bulman, Willm. Coleson, Xpofer 
Coleson, John Hardye, Henry Spence, Timothy Johnson, 
Xpofer Grayme, John Peereson, John Coleson, Raphe 
Lambe, John Farmar, Georg Farmar, Samuell Fennye, 
Leonard Pudsey, Marmaduke Iveson, Thomas Willmson, 
Thomas Lamblaye, John Coltard, John Coltard, John 
Lodge, Georg Bushoppricke, Thomas Coates, John Ward, 
Clerke, Xpofer Serientson, James Thomson, Wm. Bulman, 
Stephen Stainfforth (34). 

A note of the names o<f those in the towneshippe of 
Neasham that haue taken the protestation, January the 
24th, 1641- 

Willm. Hirdman, John Granng, John Waiting, John 
Goldsbrough, Noah Pilkington 20 , gent., Raphe Allanson, 
Thomas Robinson, Robt. Robinson, Thomas Coltman, 
Willm. Arrowsmith, John Smith, John Gaites, John 
Wrightson, John Garthroppe, Robt. Johnson, John 
Dixson, Martin Andrew, John Arrowsmith, Anthony 

20 1662, Sept. 12, Noe Pilkington, bur. Hurworth Regs. 
*For an account of the parish of Kurworth, see Surtees, Durham, 
iii, p. 252. 



172 

Wilson, Georg Mawer, Georg Smith 1 , Thomas Wilson, 
Edward Stout, Robt. Andrew, Raphe Beck, Xpofer Wilson, 
Symo>nd Beck, Xpofer Waistall, Thomas Nicholson, Henry 
Race, Robt. Usher, John Tipladie, Henry Manne, Georg 
Buck, gent., John Daumer, John Burrell, Wm. Taller, 
Willm. Lazenbie (38), John Lattimore, Robt. Smith, 
Symond Cowherd, Brian Pressicke, Lancelot Allanson, 
John Steauenson, Edmond Choppellow, Thomas Browne, 
John Robinson, Thomas Wilson, Willm. Roxbye, Georg 
Steauenson, Richard Wilson, Georg Mawer, John Jackson, 
Willm. Smith, Richard Harrison, Xpofer Steauenson, 
Willm. Wilson, John Tarran, James Pinckney, Xpofer 
Storie, Robt. Wood, Cuthbert Wilson, Francs Hope, 
Edward Preston, Xpofer Preston, John Steauenson, Thomas 
Steauenson, Anthony Steauenson, Edward Sleightholme, 
John Steauenson, John Sympson, Thomas Husband, Xpofer 
Eeles, Marmaduke Browne, Georg Glouer, John Wilson, 
Geo'rg Arrowsmith, Wm. Arrowsniith, Thomas Betson, 
James Fetherston, John Browne, John Thompson (44). 

Those yt did not take the protestatio in Hurworth. 

Robart Wormeley, Matthew Elwod, in Nesham, 
William Wayting, John Wayting, the younger, his son, 
William Johnso, Marmaduke Allenso, al popish recusants 
(7). 

The protestatio wa,s taken willing of al ye inhabitants 
in Hurworth parish herein mentioned before us who did 
take it before his Maties Justices at Sedgfeild. In wltnes 
of a truth we haue sette or hands marty 2d, 1641. 

Parso of Hurworth, Tho. Thomson 2 ; Constable, Dauid 
Grayme ; Churchwarden, Martin Carter, of Hurworth. 



LONG NEWTON.* 

(Written on a double sheet of foolscap. The fourth 
page of which is endorsed " Longnewton parish.") (D.P. 
14.). 

Longnewton Parish in the Bishopprike of Durham. 

The protestacon taken by these underwritten Imp. : 

1 " Andrew" struck out and "Smith" overwritten. 

2 Appointed 1617. 1645, July 18, Tho. Thomson, minister of Hur- 
worth, bur., dilectus mihi pater erat per me Eich. Thomson. Hurworth 
Regs. 

*An account of the parish of Long Newton may be found in 
Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 212. 



173 

Raiph Tonstall 3 , rector, George Tonstall, Peter 
Stainfo>rth, Robert Bracke, Richard Smith, Willia Gates, 
Robert Gates, John Gibson, Willia Clifton, Raiph 
Collinge, John Collinge, William Grainger, Willia Smith, 
Richard Alleson, William Bartle, John Adamson, Martin 
Maultby, Imaiiuell wright, Richard Story, Cuthbert 
Middleton, Willia Middleton, Thomas Newham, Robert 
Newham, Richard Dobbin, William Thorpe, John Moorie, 
John Snawdon, John Joblin, John Bulmer, Christopher 
Wilkeson, Richard Collinge, Joseph Buckley, Robert 
Merrinton, Thomas Turner, George Rontre, Thomas 
Rontre, Richard Johnson, Raiph Grainger, Thomas Pindar, 
Willa Aude, William Merrinton, Thomas Boyes, Michaell 
Alleson, John Rackebie, John Hotchon, John Brasse, jun., 
John Brasse, sen., William Merrinton, jun., Robert Laxe, 
Michaell Bell, Thomas Hartnesse, Mathew Rickebie, 
George Reade, Robert Thorpe, John Mawer, Kerry Mawer, 
Richard Garmonsway, Richard Mawer, Richard Bowser, 
George Hpdgshon, James Browne, Rich. Stubbs, John 
Bartle, Willm. Greaneberrie, Robert Collinge, John Arme- 
strong, John Wilson, Rich. Collinge, Tho. Collinge, 
Vincentius Gain forth, John Thorneton, Raiphe Wilson, 
Rich. Moorie, Tho. Moorie, Robert Harreson, Xpopher 
Bell, Willm. Atkinson, Robert Stoddart, Tho. Wilson, Jo. 
Clarke, Hen. Lawson, Francis Clarke, Richard Gray, 
Thomas Corner, John Addey, John Harreson, Bartholomew 
Ray, Xpopher Ray, Rich. Ray, Will. Bell, George 
Huetson, Tho. Whitfeild, Rich. Pacoke, Will. Cowart, 
Will. Cathericke, Tho. Cathericke, Willm. Armestronge, 
George Wilkinson, Rich. Wilkinson, Lawrence Wilkinson, 
Rich. Richardson, Geo. Emeson, Tho. Emeson, Rich. Har- 
burne, Willm. Stubbs, Willm. Yarrow, Jo. Lawson, 
Willm. Liddell, Willm. Peart, Xpopher Bell. 

None but John Brasse refuses to take the protestation 
who is A Papist and lives in the towne of Sadberge belong- 
ing to ye said Parish. 

Signed. Parson, Raphe Tonstall 4 ; Churchwardens, 
Richard Colling, Richard Moorie; Constables, Robert 
merenton, John Snadan. 

3 Of Christ College, Cambridge; B.A., 1607/8; M.A., 1611. See 
pedigree of Tunstall, Surtees, Durham, iii, 272. Appointed 28 May, 
1616, grandson of Ealph Tunstall, Archdeacon of Northumberland. He 
was eldest son of Thomas Tunstall of Gotham Mundeville by his wife, 
Dorothy, dau. of Robert Place of Dinsdale. He married, firstly, 
Katherine, dau. of William Mauleverer of Arnecliff, at Long Newton, 
25 Feb., 1617/18 (she was buried there 7 June, 1622); he mar., secondly, 
Jane, daughter of John Aldborough of Aldborough, Co. York; she was 
buried 18 Mch, 1657/8, he was buried 22 Apl, 1659, beside his wife at 
Longnewton. 

4 See note previous. 



174 

MIDDLETON ST. GEOKGE.* 

(Written on the inside of a double sheet of foolscap. 
Endorsed on the back leaf " Midleton Georg-e parish.") 
(D.P.16.). 

A note or Shedull of their names that haue taken the 
Protestation in the parish of Middleton George this prsente 
3 of March, Anno ~Dom, 1641. 

Christofer Hall, 5 gent., James Dale, John Wetherelt, 
sen., Thomas Scrogges, Anthony Dale, Roberte Mawer, 
George Warde, Willia Dale, Bartholomew Hichardson, 
Edwarde Kenny, Cuthbert Bellanby, George Greauson, 
Thomas Wetherelt, John Stockton, Christofer Gibson, 
Willia Allen, Thomas Wilknson, Thomas Isackson, Reonald 
Copeman, Henry Andrew, Owin Horsley, John Wetherelt 6 , 
jun., John Jonsonn, James Bales, gent., Christofer Raine, 
Georg Randell, 7 Cuthbert Spooner, 8 Christofer Freare, 
Francis Headman, Roberte Marley, John Chipchase, John 
Gowlande, Francis Moo rye, Willia Savill, Roberto Seamer, 
Richarde Iton, Raiph Batmeson, James Elstobbe, Thomas 
Marley, Willia Herryson, Thomas Culley, Christofer 
Allonson, 9 Thomas Middleton, Willia Casse, Marmaduke 
Wilsonn, Mr. Willia Killing-hall 10 is att London otherwise 
we doe verily think he would haue taken the protestation. 

The names of the popish recusants within the saide 
parish : James Aislough, 11 genlb., Steaphen Hick, John 
Sadlerre, Thomas Dawson. 

5 1650, Aug. 31, Xpofer Hall, gent, bur. att Longnuton. Middleton 
St. George Regs. 1650, Aug. 18, Christopher Hall, bur. Longnewton 
Regs. 1589, Oct. 19, Xpofer Hall, son of Francis, bapt. Longnewton 
Regs. See pedigree of Hall of Newsham, Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 
207. 

6 1650, June 26, John Wetherelt, sen., bur. Middleton St. George 
Regs. 1650, Sept. 27, Francis, dau. of John Wetherelt, jun., bur. 
Middleton St. George Regs. 

7 1626, May 22, George Randell and Elizabeth Dent, mar. Middle- 
ton St. George Regs. 

8 1668, Dec. 31, Cuthbert Spooner, bur. Middleton St. George Regs. 

9 1660, Dec. 30, Christofer Allonson, clark of the parish, bur. 

10 Son of Henry Killinghall by his wife, Anne, daughter of Eobert 
Layton of Sproxton. Mard. Margaret, dau. of William Lambton 

of Great Stainton, at Haughton, 2 May, 1637, she buried 18 Mch., 1691; 
he bur. at Middleton St. George, 30 Jan., 1651. See pedigree of 
Killinghall, Surtees, iii, p. 223. 

"Eldest son of Alan Ayscough of Skewsby, Co. York, by his wife 
Ann, youngest dau. of Thomas Braithwayte of Burnishead, Co. 
Westmorland. Mar. Dorothy (bapt. at S'ockburn, 14 Feb., 1618/19) 
second dau. of Sir William Kennet of Coxhoe. See pedigree of 
Ayscough, Surtees, iii, 227. 

* An account of the parish of Middleton St. George may be found 
in Surtees, Durham, iii, p. 221. 



175 

Signed. Curate ibid, Marmaduk Wetherelt 12 ; Church- 
ivardens, Thomas Lickley 13 , Thomas Hutchinson; 
Constables, Francis Newton, Robert e Marion. 

The names of such protestants as haue refused to come 
and take the protestation : Willia Lodge, Richard Brasse, 
Richard Story, Christofer Copman. 14 

NORTON WITH STOCKTON.* 

(Written in columns on two large quarto sheets endorsed 
" Norton Parishe " on the back.) (D.P.16.). 

Norton the 24th. February, 1641. 

These whose names are underwritten haue taken the 
protestation. 

Mr. Thomas Dauison 15 , Edward Thompson, Robart 
Adamson, Thomas Huntingtoii, Roger Sharne, Raiph 
Thompson, Francis Smith, Lancelot Hill, Thomas Ripley, 
Thomas Pepper, Richard Jefferson, Richard Jobie, Robart 
Thompson, Henry Coates, William Jefferson, Thomas 
Townend, Symond Townend, William Thorpp, Thomas 
Williamson, Thomas Best, Marmaduk Robinson, William 
Hudson, John Hudson, Thomas Musgraue, Robert Swain- 
ston, Henry Hirst, Robart Patteson, Luke Gayles, Phillip 
Greene, William Megson, Robart Neatherton, Robart Pear- 
son, Lynell Swainston, John Jefferson, William Potter, 
Thomas Herispn, Raiph Herison, William Hearison, 
Christopher Rickabie, James Corner, William Burdon, 
William Chipchaise, Robart Patteson, Cuthbart Burdon, 
William Halliman, Thomas Halliman, William Kearton, 
Peter Halliman, Thomas Harpley, William Robinson, 
Henry Jefferson, John Patteson, Thomas Bee, Henry 
Simpson, John Braydley, Thomas Willson, John Baum- 
brough, John Smith, Roger Simpson, William Fosse, 
James Caluert, Richard Barwick, John Robinson, James 

12 Rector of Dinsdale and Middleton St. George, bur., 26 Jan., 
1689/90, at Middleton St. George. Surtees, History of Durham, gives 
the date of his appointment as 1677 (perhaps another man of the same 
name). 1654, Oct. 6, Christofer, son of Marmaduke Wetherelt, clerk, 
bur. Middleton St. George Regs. 

13 1645, Dec. 24, Thomas Lickley, died in tym of the sickness. 
Middlton St. George. 

"Married Jane Clarke 15 Nov., 1660. Middleton St. George. 

15 Son of Alexander Davison. See pedigree of Davison of Blakiston, 
Surtees, Durham, iii, p. 166. 

*For an account of the parish of Norton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 152. 

* For an account of the parishes of Norton and Stockton, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, pp. 152-168. 



176 

Gaytes, Richard More, Parceuell Herison, Francis 
Unthanke, Richard Robson, William Hall, Thomas 
Stewart, Robart Thornburie, Valintine Blaixton, William 
Barwicke, Anthony Erington, Thomas Chipchaise, William 
Baumbrough, Richard Sharpe, Raiph Raw, John Foster, 
Robart Blaixton, William Cock, William Dods, Thomas 
Robson, Thomas Jefferson, James Clarke, Thomas Thomp- 
son, Roger Jefferson, Robart Tipladie, William Busbie, 
William Herin, Robart Jefferson, Richard Forrest, Symond 
Johnson, George Walker, John Jefferson, James Donkinge, 
George Nicholson, Robart Clarke, Michell Hutchinson, 
Symond Wayster, George Swainston, Richard Smith, 
Robart Bee, William Jefferson, James Gowland, Robart 
Gowland, William Sharpe, Henry Corner, Marmaduk 
Chapman, John Chapman, Robart Bur don, John Tempin, 
Robart wright, Nicholas Harpley, John wheatley, Richard 
Pepper, Raiph Damson, Robart Dauison, Thomas Glover, 
William Appelbie, William Kitchinge, Cuthbart Patteson, 
Myles Jefferson, Richard Simpson, William Bee, William 
Wheatley, George Aysleybie, William Fewler, John 
Wilkinson, Thomas Aysleybie, Nicholas Blaxton, Thomas 
Chipchaise, Robart Scott, Henry Sutheran, William 
Wilson, John Mounsey, Phillip Jefferson, Bartholomew 
Scott, Robart Jefferson, John Engrave, Nichol Byerly, 
Henry Burdon, James Sutheran, Marke Midleton, Robart 
Cowtas, Cuthbart weatherell, Robart Greene, Marmaduk 
Burdon, George milburne, Nicholas Cowtart, Thomas 
Atkinson, Thomas Cowtas, William Cust, Rowland Hall, 
Richard wright, Peter wright, Joseph wright, John megson, 
William Burdon, John Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson, 
William Chapman, Thomas Herison, Francis Robson, 
William Robson, Nicholas Jefferson, Robart Bee, William 
Sayre, George megson, Francis kitchinge, Nicholas Peart, 
mathew Tindell, Cristopher Staybler, Raiph Richardson, 
Henry Raw, William Fosse, Thomas Barwick, Francis 
Barwick, James Barwick, William Savidge, James Free- 
minge, Peter Rashell, John mitchelson, Nicholas 
Lackenbie, Thomas Crow, William Robson, John Peart, 
James Scott, John Richardson, Robart Spoore, Nicholas 
Herison, Thomas Robinson, John Garnett, William Midle- 
ton, Humphrey Fishburne, John Boolt. 

Robart Adamson. hath not taken the protestation he 
beinge absent and not in the Contrie. 

Ita testor. Curat ibid , Ja. Mauhun ; Churchwardens, 
Richard Sharp, James Corner; Constables, Willm. Chip- 
chayse, Thomas halliman ; Overseer, Thomas Chipchais. 

Stockton Chappellry These tooke the Protestation, 
February the 22th, 1641. 



177 

Stockton Rowland Burdon 16 , Maior, Robert Burdon 17 , 
Rowland Denham, Anthony Elletson, Thomas Harrison, 
Renold Browne, John Harperley, Thomas Vicare, Thomas 
Harperley, Roger Fewler, Edward Fewler, Brian Bam bridge, 
jun., Tho. Stephenson, sen., Tho. Stephenson, jun., Thomas 
Huetson, Christopher Ward, Nicholas Coates, Raph Hall, 
Jo. Crosley, Tho. Wilkinson, Raph Wilson, Willia Rutter, 
Anthony Swainston, John Steuenson, John Swainston, 
Richard Turpin, Adam Tarran, Brian Bambridge, sen., 
Thomas Ward, William Hart, Raph Hart, Robert Dayle, 
Tho. Robinson, John Waade, Mr. Rich. Sutcliffe, William 
Lambart, Willia Hutchingson, Thomas Skarth, Mr. Willm. 
Bunch, Robert Guy, Christopher Wigan, Brian Coates, 
Christopher Coates, Thomas Reeditt, John Harperley, jun., 
John Anderson, jun., Thomas Anderson, John Middleton, 
John Elgison, Thomas Hart, Francis Robinson, William 
Anderson, John Rawlinge, John Browne, Christopher 
Wetherell, William Tindall, Richard Tindall, John Welf oote, 
John Lambart, Robert Kitchinge, John Thompson, Mathew 
Heron, Peter Rogers, Jerome Camill, Mr. Tho. Watson, 
William Garnett, John Jeckell, sen., John Jeckell, jun., 
John Osbourne, sen., Rowland Jeckell, Robert Jeckell, 
Thomas Jeckell, William Jeckell, Thomas Swainston, 
Thomas Browne, Thomas Sudderan, Peter Markham, Willia 
Fletham, John Dayle, John Tiplady, Robert Teasdale, John 
Bambridge, Roger Morton, John Wilson, John Heron, 
Valentine Coates, Willm. Wilson, Robet Bambridge, Thomas 
Crosley, Christopher Crosley, William Johnson, Bryan 
Crosley, John Johnson, sen., John Johnson, Christopher 
Baker, Thomas Hudson, John Atkinson, Willia Crosley, 
Thomas Baliffe, Abraham Dossey, William Dent, John 
Fewler, Robert Hope, Richard Rogers, Roger Coates, Dauid 
Johns, George Dearham, John Osbourne, jun., Raph 
Eden, Rowland Harrison, Demick Saddleton, William 
Thompson, Christopher Huetson, Henry Bambridge, Willia 
Usher, Cuthbert Fewler, Willia Buttery, Raph Robinson, 
Brian Watson, Thomas Watson, John Pert, Anthony 
Bambridge, Christopher Thomson, Nicholas Dauy, Francis 
Carter, Anthony Fletham, Robert Cockerill, Willia Bartram, 
Thomas Merchant, Thomas Raw, Michael Wilkinson, 
Anthony Fletham, sen., William Alleson, William Great- 
head, William Stock, John Fewler, Raph Bambridge, John 
Fewler, sen., John Wiseman, Thomas Jeckell, Christopher 
Crosley, Nicholas Fletham, Thomas Fletham, Thomas 

16 Eowland Burdon, mayor, 1641, 1642, 1644, 1645, 1650, 1651, 1652, 
1654, 1655. See Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 174; bur. 10 May, 1657; 

he mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John Swainston. 

17 See pedigree of Burdon, Surtees, Durham, iii, 416. 

12 



178 

Heron, William Pearson, George Clayton, Richard Wapps, 
Marke Wapps, Raph Foster, James May, William Heron, 
John Harperle3% John Buntmge, Roger Richardson, William 
Smith, John Wood, John Anderson, Thomas Baker, Thomas 
Sheriton, Anthony Usher, Nicholas Thompson, James Ward, 
John Potter, Mr. James Cooke, Christopher Reede. 

These of Stockton haue not taken it, viz : Rowland 
Burdon, 18 papist, Mr. Roger Caue, who saith that he tooke 
it in the south, and William Ronetree, his man. 

Hartburne Anthony Fewler, John Burdon, Anthony 
Dossey, Thomas Harperley, William Fewler, Robt. Barn- 
bridge, Robert Cully, John Moory, William Stocke, John 
Peares, Raph Peares, Francis Moory, Perciuell Mothersell, 
Anthony Mothersell, Martin Carter, John Browne, Thomas 
Bankes, Laurence Carpenter, William Crame, Christopher 
Wright, Henry Robinson, John Thompson, Anthony 
Harperly, Thomas Amgill (? Arngill), John Watson, 
Thomas 13oys, Roger Perkin, Thomas Key, Charles Key, 
Henry Whithead, William Stubbs, John Harrison, Thomas 
Thompson, Robert Peares, John Amgill, Robert Cully, sen., 
John Walker, John Amgill, sen. 

Preston Mathew Metcalfe, Christopher Scurry, Willia 
Roumfoote, John Musgraue, William Londsdells, John 
Scurry, William Scurry, Michael Buhner, Joseph Nance- 
wood, William Barwick, William Thompson, Thomas Cooke, 
Rober Lakinge, Robert Brewer, Thomas Tarran, Richard 
Metcalfe, Jonn Metcalfe, Rich. Metcalfe, jun., John 
Thompson, John Cooke, Richard Shotton, John Hull, 
Christopher Metcalfe, John Metcalfe, sen., John Mewbrune, 
Christopher Brewer, Henry Gallam. 

These of Preston have not taken it, viz. : foure 4. 

Francis Scurry, George Sayer, Thomas Sayre, papists ; 
Bartholomew Bell. 

Ita testor. Curat ibid, Ja. Mauhum; Churchwardens? 
Wm. Hart, John Andrson ; Ouerseers, Anthony Swainston, 
Thomas Raw; Constables, John Buntinge, Robert Thomp- 
son, John Hull. 

REDMARSHALL.* 

(Written in columns on one side of a single sheet of 
foolscap. The back is endorsed " Reedmar shall parish, " 
1641. The names of those who hath taken the protestation 
and the name (sic) of these who- hath not taken the pro- 
testation.") (D.P.17.). 

18 See Surtees, History of Durham, iii, 416. 

* For an account of the parish of Redmarshall, see Surtees, 
Durham, vol. iii, p. 70. 



179 

Fabuary 13, 1641. 

The names of all the men wthin parish of Readmarshall 
who hath taken the protestation and whoe hath not taken it. 

Readmarshall towne all these haue taken ye protesta- 
tio Bartholowmew Robinson, Willyam Rickaby, Eobt. 
Brasse, Edward Robinson, Fetter Apleo-arth, Robt. 
Willson, Thomas Bone, Anthony Stealling, Robt. 
Stealling, Martin Stelling, Willyam Forrest, Mathew 
hardboTne, Willyam clattone, John Ramsaye, Myels 
Jeaffersone, John Jeaffersone, Richard Whyt, parciuell 
Forrest (18). 

Carltone Towne Willyam Dauisone, Robt. wilson, 
Nickcolas Rawe, John Thompsone, John Richardsone, 
Roger Deanam, Anthony wilsone, Willyam Morley, Thomas 
potter, Raph norttone, Raph potter, Henry Hayto (31), 
Willyam Richardsone, John hardborne, Raph Andersone, 
Lanclote Rawe, Willyam Fewler, Robt. Forrest, John 
Foster, Thomas Dauison, Thomas Varie, Richard Jeaffer- 
sone, John tendle, Willyam Robsone, Thomas Robsone, 
Willyam Foster, Robt. hardborne, Robt. Glifftone, Marma- 
duck Foster, Marmaduck chipchase, Christoffor peart, John 
Robson, Willyam Garnet, Nickcolas Eamersone, John 
seainer, John Johnssone, Robt. Dove (? Bone), James 
Sutherane. 

Stillingtone Towne Francis Maunder, Martine Reaye, 
Robt. Carre, willyam wayttin (30), Cuthbert walker, Georg 
Brignell, Robt. Readman, Lanclot lame, leanord syrnsone, 
Richard wadley, John Tompsone, John young, Thomas 
Tankred, Richard Arkred, Roger ward, Anthony wind, 
James hardborne, George Jackson (14), these haue not nor 
will not. 

The names of those wch hau not taken the protestatio 
Mr. Richard Hardborne, Mr. Richard Morpith 19 , Robt. 
wattsone, Thomas skeathlocke, Robt. elstobe. 

Testis John Rand ; Constables Sf Churchwardens, Joh. 
Thoson, Anth. Stellin, AVillm. Forrest, Tho. Hartburne. 

SEDGFIELD.* 

(Written upon two double sheets of foolscap pinned 
together.) (D.P.18.). 

Sedgfield Constablery A Note of all the Inhabitants 
wthin the parish of Sedgfield who haue taken the protestacon 
sent from the house of Comons. 

19 For a pedigree of Morpeth, see Surtees, Durham, vol iii, p 74; 
bur. 20 Jan. 1668/9. Regs. 

*For an account of the parish of Sedgefield, see Surtees, Durham 
vol. iii, p. 25. 



180 

John Suggatt, John Yallian, Bartholomew Aplebye, 
Robert Henmers, John Laxe, Thomas Morland, Thomas 
Johnson, Thomas Coltma, Willm. Wilson, Andrew Harrison, 
Christopher dods, Leonard Gibson, Nicholas Richardson, 
John Cradock, Mathew Younge, John Lyddall, Robert 
Richardson, Raiph Thompson, Richard Wright, Robert 
Buckle, Leonard Midleton, John Newton, Raiph Smith, 
Thomas Hagston, Willm. Browne, John Law, Mark 
Shacklock, Michaell Lambe, Peter Hogshon, Robert Browne, 
John Fletcher, Jo. Elstob, Henry Potter, John Gregson, 
Martin Hall, Richard Chipchase, Thomas Chipchase, Willm. 
Gill, Abraha, Grenwell (39), George Hall, John Bouckle, 
John Robinson, John Hodgson, Cuthbert Browne, Henry 
Wilkinson, John Wilkinson, Robert Fletcher, Jo. Robinson, 
jun., James Cowheard, Jo. Robinson, Willm. Harrison, 
Roger Cowlinge, Cuthbert Browne, Robert Richardson, John 
lueson, Anthony Laxe, Robert Watkin, Willm. Chapma, 
John Wardale, John Wilkinson, Raiph Oord, Marmaduke 
Joplin, Robert Younge, Humfrey Watkin, George Robinson, 
Raiph Wilkinson, Richard Richardson, George Aplebye, 
Robert Hodgson, George Robinson, Thomas Robinson, Bryan 
Stobbart, Henry Nidleton (? Midleton), Robert Cradock, 
John Bygah ( PBygate), John Emerson, Mar. Chapma, Willm. 
Shotton, James Speck (40), Henry Stott, Mr. Thomas Brak- 
iston, 20 James Speck, Robert Gibson, Thomas Oord, Thomas 
Wetherell, Thomas Moody e, John Layton, Willm. Elstob, 
Robert Mayson, Robert Aplebye, Cuthbert Steuenson, 1 
Willm. Richardson, Steuen Bainebridge, Willm. Coltma, 
John moodye, Willm. Conyers, Walter Swainebank, Edward 
Fenton, Robert Younge, Thomas Hoope, Anthony 2 Dobson, 
Willm. Potter, George gent, Robert Wetherell, Richard 
Reay, Willm. Hart, Raiph Conyers, Emanuell Suggatt, 
Thomas Humble, Lyonel Oord, Raiph Richardson, John 
Trotter, W^illm. Cowling, Robert Conyers, Robert Dunne, 
Richard Hutchinson (37), Cuthbert Laburne, Henry 
Burdon, Raiph Nicholson, Roger Lambe, Henry Steuenson, 
Abraha Wright, James Wilkinson, Peter Heath, Thomas 
Lambe, John Gent, John Reed, Thomas Harop, Thomas 
Smith, Robt. Greveson, Thomas Denton, Raiph Storye, 
Raiph Fletcher, Thomas Joplin, Richard Cowheard, John 
Gibson, Richard Shacklock, Henry Johnson, Humfrey 
Robinson, Francis Barker, Richard Bland, Mr. Nicholas 
frevile, 3 Robert Heigh, James Spede, George Foster, Richard 

20 See pedigree of Blakiston, Surtees, Durham, vol. ii, p. 255 

1 " Browne " struck out and " Steuenson " overwritten in the MS. 

2 " Edward " struck out, " Anthony " underwritten. 

8 For a pedigree of Freville, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 36. 



181 

Johnson, George Parnibe, Francis Judson, Mr. Richard 
Frevile Ct, 4 Eaiph Mason (34). 

Fishburne Constablerye Willm. Mason, George Atkin- 
son, Eobt. Mason, jun., John Bussey, Michell Younge, John 
Youiige, Thomas Ayrey, John Walker, Eobt. Catrick, jun., 
Eobt. Catrick, sen., John Catrick, Willm. Bussey, Willm. 
Wren, Anthony Lyddall, George Carter, Eichard Catrick, 
Willm. Crags, Eobert mayson, sen., Eobt. mayson, Thomas 
Smith, Cuthbert Eoxbye, Willm. Carter, Willfrid Hanson, 
Eobert Hanson, Anthony Corner, Eobt. Cowper, Henry 
Gastall, Eobert Joplin, Christopher Finley, George Prest- 
man, Eaiph Wodhouse, John Widifield, Willrn. Widifield, 
Thomas Burrell, Eichard Eobinson, Nicholas Eobinson (36). 
Eobert Carter. 

A Note of such as refuse. 

Eaiph Catrick, John Heighinton, Willm. Stoddart, 
Thomas Chambers who saith he tooke it in ye south in 
harvest 5 . 

Giuen Under my hand the 27th of Fab., 1641. 
Signed. George Atkinson, Willm. Wason. 
Elmdon Constablerye Eobert Dotchant, Eaiph 
Dotchant, Eobt. Eobinson, Lanclott Clarke, Willm. 
Clarke, Eobt. Clarke, John Hutcheson, Eobt. Hutcheson, 
Thomas Hutcheson, Mark Eanson, Henry french, John 
Priestma, Thomas Eichardson, Eobert Cooke, Tho. Wilson, 
John Elstob, Mark Eobinson, Thomas Eobinson, Thomas 
Simpson, Eobt. Clarke, Tho. Sander, George Oord, 
Symond Crags, John Eichardson, Samuell Walker, John 
Snaith, Eaiph Snaith, John Cowlye, John Emerson, Eobt. 
Swalwell, Eobt. Faucett, Peter Walker (33). 

Morden Constablerye Willm. Dauison, John Ferrey, 
Symond Thekston, Jo. Welbery, Eoger Lambert, Marke 
Watson, Eobert Eamshaw, Anthony Elstob, Laurence 
Jackson, Eobert Younge, Thomas Storex, John Storex, 
Eichard Storex, Thomas Storex, Thomas Storex, Cuthbert 
Eobinson, Willm. Eobinson, Eobert Elstob, Thomas Lons- 
dale, Willm. England, Eaiph Watson, Thomas Heardma 
Marke Eamshaw, Willm. Burne, John Elstob, John 
Midleton, Thomas parkin, Henry Key, Thomas Edward, 
Cuthbert Johnson, Eaiph Johnson, Bartholomew Shutwell, 
John Heighinton, Eobert Walker, John Hanson (35), 
Edward Hanson, Cuthbert Beckfield, Willm. Theakston 
(3). 

A Note of such as refused in Morden Constablerye. 
Recusant : John Iley. 
Fab. 27th, 1641. 

4 Buried at Sedgefield, 17 Dec., 1673, a^ed 76. 

5 May possibly be " harnest," i.e., earnest. 



182 

Constable : Thomas Conyers. 

Butterwick Constablerye John Wilkinson, Symqnd 
Cowlinge, Willm. Lambe, Willm. Wilkinson, Phillip 
Richardson, John Cooke, Richard Cooke, Robert Cooke, 
Charles Cooke, Edward Richardson, Nicholas Richardson, 
Mr. Raiph Butler 6 , Raiph Butler (13). 

Elm don Peter Walker 7 . 

Foxton Constablerye John Smith, Christopher 
Browne, Steuen Watson, Willm. Nicholson, Robert 
Buckle, John Buckle, John Wilson, George Haddon, 
Robert Earle, John Earle, Lanclot Brewer, George 
Wilson, Mr. Charles Elstob 8 , James Nicholson, Willm. 
Buckle, Thomas Mautby, 'Willm. Lynne, Richard Lynne, 
Raiph Lambe, John Gibson, Robert Lynne. 

Bradburye Constabelerye Richard Turbatt, Robert 
Robinson, John Sigwick, Humfrey Laxe, Jo. Harrison, 
John Pryerman, Thomas Browne, Richard Ayslebye, 
Christopher Faudon, Robert Faudon, Robert Ayslebye, 
John Fishburne, John Craw, Robert Dauison, Humfrey 
Nelson, George Dauison (37), Robert Smith, Willm. 
Robinson, Willm. Browne, George Laxe, John Robinson, 
George Robinson, Willm. Sympson, John Hodgson, 
Thomas Spedell, Christopher Dickeson, Peter Lukup (11). 

A Note of such as refuse in bradburye Robert Smith. 

A Note of such as refuse in Sedgfield Constablerye 
Sr. Raiph Conyers 9 , George Heddan 10 , Thomas Wright, 
James Wheatlye. 

theire are absent that refuse in ye whole parish blank. 

(Written across the lower half of page 6.) 

Giuen under our hands, Fab. 27th, 1641. 

Curate, Ri. Braidley 11 ; John Harrison, Chri. Hixon ; 
Churchwardens, Robert Johnsone, Thomas Storex ; Con- 
stables, Thome Midleton, John Chipchase, Rowland 
Hixon. 

The summe of those that haue taken the protestaco in 
ye whole parish are 313. 

6 For a pedigree of Butler, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 49. 

7 Struck out in the MS. 

8 For a pedigree of Elstob, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 47. 
see also Welford, Men of Mark. 

9 For a pedigree of Conyers, see Surtees, Durham, vol. iii, p. 37; 
1658, Oct. 10, Marie, wife of Sir Kalph Conyers, late deceased of Laton, 

bur. Regs. 

10 Struck out in the MS. 

11 1627/8, Jan. 28, Richardus Braidley, Clericus verbi del, Minister 
de Sedgfield et Susauna Lee filia Mri Johannis Lee de Fishburne, 
mar., Sedgefield Regs. Afterwards curate of Muggleswick, 1641; resigned 
1662 for Bywell St. Peter, where he was buried 24 Dec., 1673. 






183 

A Note of all such as refuse the protestaco wthin the 
parish of Sedgfield. 

Recusants : Sr. Ea. Conyers 12 , knight recusant 13 , 
Robt. Smith, John Iley, Raiph Catrick, Willm. Stoddart, 
John Heighinton, Thomas Chambers who saith he tooke it 
in the south in hauest. 

A Note of others who refuse Thomas Wright, James 
Wheat lev. 



SOCKBURN.* 

(Written on a double sheet of foolscap. The third page 
is blank and the fourth is endorsed " Sockburne.") (D.P. 
19.). 

Sockburne, Marcy 3, 1641. 

The names of All those whoe have taken the protestacon 
wthin the parish of Sockburne. 

Vicar ibid, Willm. Harrison 14 ; Churchwardens, Willm. 
Wrangham, John Crawfoorth ; Peter Manard, Thomas 
Kaye, Willm. Cuthbertson, Willm. Corner, Richard Corner, 
John Stringer. 

Girsby wthin the said parish Willm. Boyes, Constable 
of ye same, Henry Wilkinson, Willm. Hall, Robte. Wilkin- 
son, Luke Browne, Thomas Frisby, George wawdy, John 
wawdie, Luke Crawfoorth, Richard Bankes, George Dente, 
Gascoyne Dent, Bartholomew willinson, George Cunningham, 
John Appleby, John Reveley, George Jackson, Richard 
Sowerby, Jame Jackson, Thomas Cooke, John Wilson, John 
Stevenson, Willm. Pearson, Bartholomew westwood (33), 
Edward Wharton 15 , John Staynes. 

la See pedigree of Conyers, Surtees, Durham, iii, 37. 

13 The word " recusant " is struck out in the MS. 

14 Willm. Harrison was inducted to the vicarage of Sockburn, 13 Jan., 
1620. Regs. 

15 The following entries from the Sockburn Registers are curious : 
1633, Sept. 15, Christopher, s. of Edward Wharton, bapt.; 1633/4, Mch. 
5, Christopher, s. of Edward Wharton buried; 1633/4, Mch. 15, 
'Christopher Wharton, the father of Edward Wharton, buried; 1633, 
Edward Wharton, churchwarden; 1634, May 2, Elizabeth, wife of 
Edward Wharton, buried; 1634, May 25, Alexander, the supposed s. of 
Edward Wharton with Alice Martyn, bapt. ; 1634, June 2, Alexander, 
the supposed s. of Edward Whartcn, with Alice Martyn, buried; 1634, 
July 14, Edward Wharton and Alice Martyn, married; 1634/5, Jan. 20, 
Alice,, wife of Edward Wharton, buried; 1635, June 21, Edward 
Wharton and Margrett Watson, married; 1635, Oct. 1, Willm., s. of 
Edward Wharton, buried. Regs 

*For an account of the parish of Sockburn, see Surtees, Durham, 
Tol. iii, p. 243. 



184 

Over Dinsdell wthin the same parish Anthony Allan , 
Constable of the same, John Conyers 16 , gent., Richard 
Chapman, Robte. ward, Thomas ward, George Smythe, 
Richard nicholson, John Simpson, John Smart, George 
Smart, George wrangham (14) sie. 

The names of those who refuse to take the protestacon 
Roberte Butler, 17 gent., George Hodgson, sen., George 
Hodgson, jun., Popish recusants (4). 

Witnesses hereof Clerke, Willm. Harrison ; Church- 
wardens, William wrangham, John Crawforth ; Constables, 
William boyes, Anthony Allen. 

. 

STRANTON.* 

(Written upon a double sheet of foolscap). (P.D.20.), 
Stranton parish Mr. Clement Fulthorpe 18 , Mr. Anthony 
Dodsworth 19 , Robert Johnson, William Dodshon, John 
Williamson, George Harrison, Robert Johnson, John Chap- 
man, Simon Emerson, Thomas Thompson, Raph Smyth, 
Richard White, Anthony Bailes, John Wardd, Expofor 
Chilton, George Johnson, Anthony Wren, Willm. Smyth, 
Michaell Walker, John Dodshon, John Richardson, Willm. 
Thompson, Lawrence Emerson, Richard Thompson, Anthony 
Johnson, Cuthbert Dawson, John Dodshon, Robert Browne, 
Robert Robson, John Smyth, John Thompson, John 
Walles, Willm. Stevenson, Richard Atkin, Thomas Whit- 
ingham, Henry Tweddell, Thomas Dodshon, John Browne, 
Nicholas Browne (39), Raph Smyth, John Smyth,, 
Expofore White, John Jackson, Expofor Emerson, Thomas 
Brasse, Richard Greceson, William Grecson, Simon 
Harrison, Willm. Harrison, William Merriman, Francis 
Harrison, Owin Oliver, John Atkin, Richard Wardd, 
Nicholas Swething, Henry Midleton, Willm. Stelling, 
Expofore Smyth, John Slater, Heugh Calvart, George 
Robinson, Leonard Fairbarne, Simon Harrison, Willm. 
Robeson, Edward Robeson, Raph Savadge, William 
Fenwick, Expofore Thompson, Henry Moore, Raph 

16 1637, Nov. 5, Alice, wife of John Conyers of Dinsdell, gent.,, 
departed to the merci of God the second of November, 1637, and was 

buried. Regs. 

17 See pedigree of Butler, Surtees, Durham, iii, 49. 

18 For a pedigree of Fulthorpe of Fulthorpe, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 126. 

19 For pedigrees of Dodsworth of Stranton see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 127, also new History of Northumberland, vol. v., p. 413. 

* For an account of the parish of Stranton, see Surtees, Durham, 
vol. iii, p. 121. 



185 

Kearston, John Stoute, Raph Craw, William Oliver, 
Anthony Browne, Willm. Gowlling, James Wilson, Anthony 
Foreman, John Martin (39), Robert Harrison, Anthony 
Harrison, David Walker, TJswiri Buhner, John Ellerton, 
Thomas Bone (? Bond), William Atkiii, John Smyth, John 
Walker, Willm. Parkin, Thomas Raw, Richard Johnson, 
Richard Corker, Thomas Bailes, George Ratcliffe, Willm. 
Redhead, John Jackson, John Litlephaire, Richard Denham, 
Francis Thompson, William Jackson, Thomas Burden,. 
Nicholas Kearston, Thomas Foster, Willm. Jackson, John 
Mainesforth, William Midleton, James White, Edward Bee, 
Thomas Johnson, John Dakers, Robert Bownser, Thomas 
Litlephare, George Craw, Volintine Martin, Richard 
Jackson, Robert Story, Henry Calvert, John Bussey, Robert 
Lackenbey, Nicholas Close (41), Thomas Bailes, Thomas 
Kell, George Emerson, William Walles, Parcevell Hart, 
William Burden, Nicholas Fogett, John Browne, Expofore 
Smyth, Robert Johnson, Thomas Redhead, Robert Starr, 
George Tinmouth, Willm. Atkin, Richard Hawell, John 
Midleton, George Stepheiison, Roger Widdison, John Steele,. 
Robert Cully, John Gibson, John Harrison, Robert Foster, 
Expofore Kearston, Edward Rentoii, Robert Litlephare, 
Willm. Smith, Nicholas Dodshon, Jeromie Cooke, Raph 
Smith, James Renton, Henry Thompson, Robert Chilton, 
William Thompson, Thomas Mainor, Michaell Fell, Thomas 
Buhner, Thomas Nicholson, Robert Emerson, Richard 
Brantingham, Thomas Widdison (42*), Raph Smith. 

Stranton Die Lime, February 28, 1641. 

These whose names are within written being all the men 
who are aboue eighteen yeares of age Inhabiteing within 
this our parish, of Stranton in the Counties of Durham (for 
there is not one man who refused) haue frely and willingly 
taken the protestation accordingly as it is enioyned in the 
presence sight and hearing of us as wittnesses of this truth 
of this certificate who haue subscribed our names and putt to 
or Markes the day and yeare above written. 

Minister of the word of God, clerk, John Allen 20 , 
Churchwardens, Willyam Widdison, Richard Johnson ;. 
Owerseers, Thomas Browne, Thomas Johnson ; Constables, 
Willyam Widdison, Nicholas Johnson, and William 
Chilton (7). 

None Refused. 



* " 160 " struck out. The "42" apparently includes the last man. 

20 John Allan was presented to the vicarage in 1607. see Surtees, iii, 
p. 125. 



186 



PROTESTATIONS 



OF 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 





HOUSE OF LOEDS. 

NOETHUMBEELAKD. 

(Classified as Protestations, bundle xxxix., Northum- 
berland, Morpeth Ward, Eos. 1-2 F.Y. The bundle 
contains two records only, one for the town of Berwick and 
the other for the town of Morpeth.) 



BERWICK.* 

(The record for the town of Berwick is written upon five 
large quarto sheets, the names being arranged in three 
parallel columns throughout.) (F.Y.I.) 

Barwick-upon-Tweed . 

The names of all such as willingly & freely were sworne 
in Barwk. aforesaide Upon the protestacon, required by the 
hoble. Court of Parlianit. Anno Dni., 1641. 

Maior, John Sleigh 1 , Eaph Selby 2 , kt., Aldrmen, 

1 John Sleigh, son of Martin Sleigh, was baptized 8 March, 1595/6, 
and named after his grandfather, John Sleigh, mayor of Berwick in 
1590. He married, 25 Sept., 1618, Cecily Fenwick by whom he had 
issue. He was mayor 1636, 1641, 1642, 1643, 1644, 1645 and 1655. He 
was buried 21 April, 1665, having made a death-bed will on the 17th of 
that month. 

2 Sir Ralph Selby, knight, brother and heir of Sir William Selby of 
Ightham Moat, Kent, and second son of Sir John Selby of Twizell, 
sometime M.P. for, and gentleman porter of, Berwick; knighted .... 
mayor, 1631; buried, 12 March, 1646/7. By his wife, Barbara, daughter 
of Robert Roddam of Roddam, he left, with other issue, Ralph Selby of 
Twizell. Cf. Raine, North Durham, p. 315. 

* For an account of the borough ai^d parish of Berwick-on-Tweed, 
see John Scott, History of Berwick-upon-Tweed. 



187 

Robert Jackson 3 , kt., William Grig-son 4 , John Saltonsta.ll 5 ; 
Ministers, Gilbert Durie 6 , William Harrison 7 ; Benjamine 
Clerke 8 , Thomas Temple 9 , Steven Jackson 10 , James 
Dickinson, Robert Trnmble, Thomas Trumble, James 
Hesloop, James Bell, Georp; Harrison, sen., Georg Harrison, 
jun., Clement Shell 11 , Gilbert Tompson, Georg 1 Park, 
Thomas Cars ton, Raph Morton 11 , Richard Nickholson, 
Willm. Browne, Thomas Campbell, John Burrell, 
"VVillm. Nealson 11 , Ro. Carvill, Martin Garnett, John 
Selby, John Jackson, eldr., Robert Reede, Marke Fenwick, 
John Stevenson, John Sym, Robert Scott, William yeat- 
man, Robert Robson, John Ing-ram, John Shell, John 

3 Sir Robert Jackson, son of Robert Jackson, mayor of Berwick in 
1576, he was admitted to the freedom of the borough by patrimony in 
1595; knighted, 13 May, 1617; mayor, 1605, 1608, 1626, 1627, 1640; M.P. 
for Berwick, 1620, 1623, 1625, 1626 and 1628. He married, 30 Jany., 
1609/10, Margaret White, by whom he had a daughter and heiress, 
Mary, successively wife of Sir Pelham Carey and of George Paylor of 
Nunmonkton. Sir Robert Jackson, who died seised of property at 
Fenham in Islandshire and at Holborn in Northumberland., was buried 
29 Jany., 1645/6. 

4 William Grigaon should be Gregson, mayor 1632, of a local family 
still possessed of property in north Northumberland. 

5 John Saltonstall, mayor 1637, buried 23 May, 1646. By his will 
dated 20 April, 1646, after mentioning his wife Jane, her son, George 
Milner, and her daughter, Ann Milner, he gave his lands in Lincoln- 
shire, his messuages at Berwick, his tithes at Tuggle, Ancroft Mill and 
Allerdean to his daughters Elizabeth, wife of Patrick Ramsay, and 
Grace, then unmarried, but afterwards wife of Thomas Hughes, an 
officer in the army. 

6 Gilbert Durie presented to the vicarage of Berwick in 1613 ; he 
was chaplain in ordinary of James I.; he subsequently deserted his 
benefice, and occurs in the guild book in 1645 as ' of Ellingham, clerk/ 
By his wife, Joyce Hilles, whom he married 19 May, 1607, he had a 
numerous issue.' Cf. Scott, Berwick, pp. 354, 356, 364. 

7 William Harrison, appointed lecturer of Berwick in 1641, resigned 
that office, circa 1643. Cf. Scott, Berwick, p. 356. 

8 Benjamin Clerke was removed from the mayoralty by Sir Arthur 
Heselrigg, 19 Sept., 1648. He again served in 1660 and 1661. Cf. Scott, 
Berwick, p. 210. 

9 Thomas Temple married, 28 Feb., 1627/8, Isabel, daughter of 
Hugh Gregson, alderman of Berwick, by whom he had a numerous issue. 

10 Stephen Jackson, a kinsman of the above-named Sir Robert 
Jackson, described as alderman, 25 Sept., 1661, when he took a 
conveyance of Berwick Castle. (Cf. Hist of Berwick Club, vol. xix, p. 
350). Mayor, 1653 and 1654. His will dated 23 Sept., 1669, was proved 
the same year. His son, Stephen Jackson, mayor 1690 and 1691, made 
his will 15 Dec., 1705. Ibid. 



11 Members of opulent Berwick trading families 



188 

Marshall, Willm. Cuttie, Willyam Rosden 12 , (43), Mark 
Leach, Willm. Shell, John Shell, Edward Orde, 
James Damson, Sanmell Pacie, Tho. Bednell, John 
Harrett, Willm. North 13 , John Job son, Martin Shell, 
Thomas Dauison, Willyam Kemish, Adam Anderson, 
Lawrence Jenkin, John Browne, John Dickinson, Richard 
Anderson, Robert Murrey, John Fullr, Thomas Fuller, 
Thomas Crosley, Henry Meacock, John Tilbury, Richard 
Baite, John Dods, William Wilson, Cuthbert Garden, 
Thomas C'uthberts, Gawen Strother, James Caisley, Robert 
Cuthberts, Robert Atcheson, James Sibbett 14 , Raph 
Faiiiey, Thomas Forside, Gawen Davison, William Skealle, 
James Crampton, John Dunn, John Shippard (41, 117), John 
Alder, Wm. Nickolson, Farence Singelton, James Struther, 
James Temple, John Craister, Francis Forside, Willm. 
Convers, Edward Brow^ne, Willm. Pope, Anthony Eastwood, 
Michael! Cooke, James Allison, Thomas Carston, Roger 
Birnett 15 , Willm. Stocks, John Hix, Willm. Richardson, 
Richard Jackson, William Mo-ore 16 , John Forside, Georg 
Edington, Georg Crawforth, John Ingram, John Catterail 17 , 
John Allexandr, John FoTster, Tho. Moysley, Willm. 
Nixso'ii, Georg Birnett, Gregory Burne, Hector 
ISTesbett, Robert Richardson (33), Willm. Fenwick, 
Michael! Robinson, Gilbert Malcombe, Gawen 
Harrison, Robert Archibald, Willm. Harper, Georg 
Harper, John Nixson, Willm. Lamb, Georg Cooke, 
Thomas Wayde, James Taite, Edward Morton, Raph 
Dridon, Thomas Bowring, Willm. Bowring, John 
Turner, John Sliggs, Mark Dunn, John Grinley, 
eldr., John Grinley, yongr., John Pearson, Richard 
Reveley, Henry Watson, Roger Coats, Anthony Cowell, 
Robert Singelton, Robert Mathewson, Hew Tron, David 

12 William Eosden, son of Simon Rosden by Margaret Swinburn 
his wife, was baptized 16 March, 1589/90. In 1629 he took a lease of 
the rectory from the Dean and Chapter of Durham for 21 years at the 
rent of 10 p. a., of course paying a fine. In 1640 he took a conveyance 
from William Moor; and in the following year took as apprentice 
Henry, son of George Ord. 

Almost every name on the list could be identified from the Burgess 
Roll and Parish Registers. 

13 May be ' Worth ' but the capital is not like the writer's usual 
<W's.' 

14 James Sibbet. The Sibbet family for several generations possessed 
land in Ancroft and Allerdean. 

15 Roger Burnett whose descendants for long remained freemen of 
Berwick. 

16 William Moore whose family was possessed of a very lucrative 
fishery in the Tweed and became very wealthy. 

17 James Caterall was mayor 1673 and 1674. 



189 

Eargison, Edward Sanderson, John Hope, Richard Yaysey, 
Joseph Johnston, Ro<bert Cowburne, Thomas Rose, Thomas 
Cawbreth, Raph wilson, John Pantonne, Thomas mitton, 
Elyas Pratt 18 , Edward Harper, Thomas Favors, Lanclott 
Umphrey, John Atamer (45), Edward Slater, Mathew 
Watson, John Henderson, Mathew Dauison, James 
Bennett, John watson, sen., John watson, jun., Oliur 
Eewle, Thomas kendroe, John Tindale, wm. Selby, 
Rowland Richardson, Thomas Archbald, Willm. Webster, 
Robert Seale, John Smith, Willm. Simpson, Georg Earle, 
Thomas Mathewson, Mathew Clarke, John Browne, John 
wetherburne, Thomas Armorer, Georg Johnston, John 
Harvy, Roger Armorer, Georg Cowburne, Georg Simpson, 
Thomas Sym, Georg Smith, Willm. Harrett, Willm. 
Dougks, James Wetherburne, Thomas Marshall, 
Michaell Barks, Willm. Orde, sen., wm. Marshall, 
Henry Worth, sen., Henry Worth, jun., Thomas Pullen, 
Robert Coxson, Georg Armorer, John Bowmaker, Gilbert 
Selby, Thomas Chernside, Raph Muschamp, sen., Thomas 
Carr (47), Raph Muschamp 19 , jun., Rowland Crawforth 20 , 
Henry Tbmpson, Thomas Foxton, Luke Orde^ 1 , Vincent 
Rutherford, Gregory Marrio<tt, Henry Briercliff, Willm. 
Park, Willy am Camell, Raph Wilson, Thomas Parrett, 
Anthony Morrison., Thomas yonge, John Griffirth, Richard 
Kemish, Steven Gibson, John Douglas, Thomas Douglas, 
Robert Morton, Willm. Morton, James Crowe, Edw. 
Dridon (23, 115), Thomas Crisp, Willm. Martindalle, 
John Cury, Henry Castle, Edward Story, Georg Blake- 
burne, Robert Reveley, John Malcornb, James Chap- 
man, Jotn Jennis, Thomas Davison, Raph Carr, Richard 
Smith, Tho'mas Harrison, TliQmas Baker, Edward Browne, 
Thomas Neebett, Gawen Bowton, Cuthbert Richardson, 
Richard Richardson, John Palmer, Robert Shippard, 
Willm. Anderson, eldr., Willm. Anderson, yongr., Willm. 
Sanderson, Henry Armorer, Michaell yonge, John Craw- 
forth, Christopher Crawforth, John Humble, John 
Harrison, Willm. Willoby 22 , John Murrey, John wether- 
burne, Tho. wetherburne, John Douglas, eldr., Jo. 
Douglas, yongr., Willm. Bell, Elyas Willoby e, Georg 

18 Ellas Pratt, mayor 1652, 1664* 1665, 1666 and 1672. 

19 E,alp' Muschamp, see paper by J. C. Hodgson on Barmoor and 
the Muschamps. History Berwickshire Naturalist Club, vol. xxii. 

20 Tompson struck out and Crawforth written in. 

21 Luke Ord, mayor 1646. 

22 William Willoby whose descendant, in the sixth generation, 
Mr. Edward Willoby, is still a highly respected burgess and parishioner 
of Berwick, continuing to reside in the family house in Eavensdowne. 



190 

Douglas, Bo. Anderson, Edmund Harrett (42), Bobert 

Todd, Thomas Mill, John weddell, Bobert Archbald, 

"\Villm. Clark, Hector Guiler, John Maddicks, Cuthbert 

Dowiiison, John Douglas, Baph Moore, John Henderson, 

Allexandr Simpson, Cuthbert Tompson, AVillm. Bobson, 

Willm. Browne, James Curie, Willm. Spencer, Thomas 

Gray, Thomas Gottersoii, Tho. Hall, Tho. Lamb, John 

Farmer, Thomas Watson, Bobert Bradforth, Peter 

kemish, Bobert Hix, Peter Fyers, John Orde, James Hope, 

Thomas Allane, Thomas Morton, Willm. Graden, Patrick 

Forside, Jo-hn Ediiigton, Bobert Moore, Anthony Moore, 

John Forster, David Moore, Michaell Paxton, jun,, 

Lanclott Branxton, Gilbert Archbald, Henry Gunter (42), 

James Smith, James Lassells, Andrew Moffett, Michaell 

Paxton, sen., Edward Sweete, Baph Archbald, John 

Haugh, John Home, Thomas Pickering, Thomas Grene, 

Willm. Fargison, Willm. Crow, Edward Scott, Bobt. Key, 

Tho. Marshall, jun., Georg Ogle, Bobert Anderson, 

Bobert Steuenson, Georg Jenkinson, Bartholomew Browne, 

Tho. Harrett, John Harrigald, Georg Archbald, Ely as 

Willobye, Georg Douglas, James Suddes, Robert Keine, 

Tho. Bussell, Willm. Kelley, Willm. Willobye, Bogy. 

Forster, Henry Willowbye, Baph Tompson, Edward Story, 

wm. Dayes, Gawen Park, Henry Collinscwood, Billiard 

Kendroe, Addam Browne, James Maine, Bichard Wilson, 

Baph Henderson, John Scott, James Orde (44, 128), Thomas 

Crawforth, William Orde, jun., John Turner, Thomas 

Orde, Baph Smith, Michaell Clark, John Bichardson, 

Georg Todd, Thomas Wightman, Thomas Allam, James 

Simpson, Andrew Bobinson, Thomas Goodfellow, Bichard 

Moss, Willyam Peck, Bobert Preston, Tho. Batcliff, 

Willm. Sim, James Carr, Willm. Branxton, James Nickol- 

son, Willm. Penman, Bichard Selby, John Sleigh, Peter 

Law, John Lucke, William Britton, James Tompson, John 

Dalderby, Christopher Wightman, Lyonell Moore, Bobert 

Fo-gard, John Rutherford, Georg Bewick, Bobert 

Bobinson, James Bichardson, Bichard Wood, Thomas 

Law, James Sinburne, Willm. Birnett, Bobert Nealson, 

Georg Hudspeth, James Penman (43), Georg Dixson, 

John Pigg, Bichard Eastwood, Georg Beed, Francis 

Armorer, Georg Colt-herd, Baph Hix, Christopher Pullen, 

Bichard Shealle, Jarrett Shealle, Bobert Catterall, Baph 

Smith, Michaell Armorer, Bobert Grinley, Bobert Smith, 

Lanclott Fenwick, John Bogers, Thomas Dauison, John 

Browne, Gregory Quarry, Willm. Sherburne, Robert 

Legerton, Quint in Sherburne, Henry Sneathe, Bairow 

Morton, Bobert Atcheson, Sanders Bowie, Parcevall 

Bobinson, Bobert Gradon, Fardinando Daglese, John 



191 

Richardson, Richard Skealle, Samuell Graden, Willm. 
Sanderson, Raph Odlin, Robert Browne, Elyas Pratt r 
James Jowsye, Steven Parker, Allexander Spence, 
Gawen Dawson, John Luttoii (42), Thomas Richardson, 
Willm. Wharton, Richard Blayne, John Anderson, 
John Remackey, John Graden, Richard Warrenr, 
Willm. Parrett, Robert Maddison, Francis Spencer, 
Daniell Bowmaker, Arthur Hutcheson, Mark Fairley, 
Thomas Catterall, Nathaniel! Law, Edward Simpson, 
Thomas Telford, Leonard Laseells, Thomas Bowring, John 
Satterthwayte, Willm. Hope, Willm. Ganston, Lanclott 
Moore, James Story, John Harrison, Raph Walker, John 
Seaton, Thomas Hardy, Andrew Tayte, Willm. Crawforth, 
Thomas Collingwood, Patrick Simpson, Willm. Telford, 
Henry Nelson, Georg Dawson, Willm. Dawson, James 
Reabrune, Christopher Rodham, John Gibson (39, 124), 
Robert Turvin, sen., Janiell* Turvin, James Mitton, Willm. 
Carr, Samuell Jackson, Thomas Dickinson, Georg Forster, 
Raph Ellis, Thomas Po<tts, Thomas Brime, Richard Potts, 
Robert Scott, Thomas Browne, Edmund Woodcock, Georg 
Selby, Georg Richardson, Robert Garnett, Georg Smith, 
Cuthbert Armorer, James Nesbett, Christopher Barker, 
Thomas Carr, Walter Brady, Rolland Garnett, Robert 
Davenporte, Swinhoe Garnett, John Jackson, Henry 
Morton, John Morton, John Wright, Henry Shell, Willm. 
Shealle, Edward Murrey, Henry Craw^forth, Robert Shell, 
John Forster, Willy am Bold, John Shell, John Damson 
(39), Thomas Shell, Robert Turvin, jun., Thomas Rodgers, 
John Dixson, Geo<rg Yonge, Georg Thurburne, Willm. 
Thurburne, Thomas Boyd, John Griffin, Henry Edmon- 
ston, Raph Forster, Richard Foorside, James Atcheson, 
Willm. Smith, Gilbert Clarke, Willm. Shell, Henry 
Morton, Georg Smith, Thomas Atcheson, John Barrie, 
Georg Gradon, Henry Orde, James Archbald, Robert 
Cooke, John Crawforth, Richard Eastwood, Thomas 
Hudd, Thomas Hope, John Crosley, Raph Sleigh, Andrew 
white, Patrick Sandilands, Henry Watson, Lawrence 
Tompson, Georg Shorte, Henry Moudie, Robert Crake, 
Andrew Deper, Willm. Wilson (39), Willm. Moscropp, 
Georg Frost, Georg Temple, Valentine Veagelman, John 
Law, Georg Rose, Willyam Strother, Richard Given, John 
weddell, Willm. Burton, Henry Gray, Josuah Hancock, 
Leonard Crawforth, Richard Willobye, Thomas Lowtye, 
Raph Buriie, John Taylor, Peter Taylor, Willm. Snaus- 
dell, John Burne, Mark Armorer, Willm. Lyan, Willm. 
Scott, Raph Park, Tho. Burne, Nicholas Law, Tobyas 

*Name written distinctly. 



192 

Temple, Raph Moore, Edward Nealson, Holland Hope, 
Holland Ganston, Willm. Tompson, James Pigg, Robert 
Allexandr, Richard Crust, Peter wilson (36, 114). 

The number of those that have taken the protestacon as 
by these papers appeares, 598. 
Maior, John Sleigh. 

MORPETIL* 

(The entries for the town of Morpeth are written upon 
two large quarto sheets in close columns : rather more than 
a quarter of the second sheet has been cut away but the 
MS. is complete.) (F.Y.2.). 

Burgus de morpeth in com northumbrie. 
Vicessimo quarto die february Anno Dni, 1641. 

The names of those that have taken the protestacon 
within the towne and Burrow of morpeth. 

Mr. of Arts and curate, John Dudde 1 ; Ludi magister, 
John kirton 2 ; Bayliffes, John Greene, George Fenwicke 3 ; 
Robt. Wardhaugh, John Alder, Richard Hutton, James 
watson; Constables, Thomas milburne, Jarrerd fenwicke, 
John Gayre, mathew Challiner, Pcivell white; sergiant, 
John Smith; Thomas megge, sen., Thomas megge 4 , jun., 
John megge, Richard Gibson, Jarrard Todd, James Shawe, 
Willm. Paterson, Willm. Steele, Thomas Simpson, Marma- 
duk Gibson, Thomas fawcas, Stephen Atkinson, Robt. 
Smith, Thomas white, willm. mathew, Edward Gray, 
George Davie, Robt. Davie, willm. Baits, John wanles, 
Thomas morrison, John Harrison, Robt. mavin, Thomas 
Pie, Thomas milburne, John wyles, John wilkinson, 
nicholas Swane, Anthonie woode, Edward Gray, Raiph 
Carr, George marc hell, Stephen Smith, Gawine Ay don, 
Raiph Browell, John Dichburne, willm. Scote, Edward 
Urwen, Nicholas Browne, willm. Davison, willm. Robson, 
Robt. Ovinton, Raiph Aulgoode, Roger Branlin, John 

1 This name is indistinctly written Diudde. John Robson, Prebendary 
of the sixth stall, Durham, was rector of Morpeth, 1611-1645. 

2 Bryan Henshaw, M.A., master of Morpeth school, 1618 (Hodgson, 
p. 402), has a dispute with the bailiffs and burg-esses, 1639, and probably 
was dismissed or superceded at the time (c/. Hodgson, p. 518). Edward 
Lumsden was appointed to be master in 1654 (ibid., p. 402). 

3 The names of the bailiffs, John Green and Geo. Fenwick, are not 
given in Rev. John Hodgson's annals, ibid., ii, ii, 518. 

4 Megge ? Meggison. 

* For an account of the borough and parish of Morpeth, see the 
Rev. John Hodgson, Hist, o/ Northumberland, part ii, vol. ii, p. 369. 



193 

ocke, Thomas Thompson, Edward Thompson, Thomas- 
watson, Edward Robinson, James kirkup, John Robinson, 
John Shotton, George Shotton, George Burnet, Christopher 
Henderson, Edward watson, Thomas Henderson, Richard 
Henderson, Edward bewicke, Robt. Lighten, George Smith, 
Robt. Kinge, John Anderson, Thomas Swane, John Robin- 
son, wever, Thomas howitson, Willm. venis, willm. 
wetherston, Thomas Tulle, Robt. waugh, John Lawson, 
Cowp, Richard Lawson, Robt. Lutton, Roger Dinnon, 
mathew Alder, James Buckam, Thomas Burnet, Brian ogle, 
Robt. Potts, John Todd, John Huntley, John Parke, Marke 
Greene, willm. Crispe, John Coward, Richard Ellison, 
willm. Greene, Gawain Smith, Robt. Storie, Edward 
Gibson, michaell Hush, John Lawson, merchant, John 
Jobson, John Pie, Henrie Cowp, michaell Potts, John 
wood, willm. Olliver, John Hunter, Michaell Thompson, 
Raiph milburne, Robt. Lumsden, Francis Pearson, George 
Todd, Thomas Pace, Thomas Thompson, Rich. Softley, 
willm. Bethum, John Huntley, sen., Robt. Oliver, Robt. 
Lisley, Edward Readhead, John white, Raiph white, 
Ouswould midforth, Edward Davie, George mavin, Thomas 
wills, James Stamp, Thomas Smith, Nicholas Harrison, 
Thomas weland, willm. milburne, John Readehead, Thomas 
Bachler, Robt. Springe, Thomas Greenesid, Thomas white, 
Thomas fawcus, Thomas Gaire 5 , moyses Edmond, willm. 
Marr, James Todd, Thomas knight, Edward matheson, 
Alexander Hush, Edward Oliver, sen., Edward Oliver, 
jun., George oliver, Edward Bard, John Bowdon, Edward 
midforth, Raiph Nicholl, George matteson, Cuthbert Todd, 
George Dridon, Richard Trent, Christofor Patterson, Jesp. 
Cuthbert, willm. Browne, Barthram Henderson, Edward 
Robinson, Giles Baitson, Nicholas Henderson, Francis 
Bateson, Thomas Butler, Anthonie Dagleish, John Smith, 
John Braken, John Harbotle, willm. Swinglehirst, Robt. 
Browell, willm. Gills, willm. Dridon, George Byre, 
Cuthbert Pie, George willson, Thomas Davie, willm. 
Barker, willm. Lowther, John Cowper, Hugh Anderson, 
John Shipley, Edward Potts, Robt. Shipley, Thomas 
Shipley, John Challiner, sen., Gilbt. Challiner, willm. 
Jobson, John Snawdon, Michaell Hutton, mathew Hall, 
willm. Robinson, Christofor Robinson, Willm. milburne, 
tanner, Richard Hall, John Challiner, jun., John Hen, 
mathew Todd, Cuthbert Heeton, Robt. Smith, laborer, 
George Yenis, Richard Cowper, willm. watson, John 
watson, Robt. Sadler, Thomas Williamson, Thomas Butlan, 
Thomas Taylor, Willm. Taylor, willm. moore, George 

5 Gaire written above Fawcus w'hich is struck out in MS. 

13 



194 

moore, Edward Browell, John Browell, John maire, 
Thomas Todd, Richard Hardie, Henrie Todd 6 , Thomas 
Todd, willm. Crispe, John fawcus, Cuthbert Cuke, Phillip 
Ourd, Mathew windegats, John Lawe, Raiph Browne , 
Henrie Heron, George Hume, John Rey, Richard Todd, 
John Todd, Robt. Midforth, Thomas weere, sen., Thomas 
weere, jun., John kidde, Sanders, Cowp, Willm. fenwick, 
John Snawdon, Cuthbert Snawdon, Richard Pearson, 
Phillip Harrison, Robt. Hundgats, Edward marr, John 
Greene, smith, Robt. knight, John knight, John woodroof , 
willm. Albon, Thomas wanles, Richard Pace, Thomas 
Pace, willm. Davie, John Davie, Hugh Davie, Cuthbert 
fawcus, Edward Hutton, Henrie Shafto, Raiph Cuthbert, 
Thomas Aydon, Peter Hayning, Phillip Greene, Thomas 
milburne, Taylor, George mowe, michaell white, willm. 
Shotton, Robt. Burne, Edward Burne, James Greene, 
Thomas Davison, Edward Dinnon, Rowland Bowes, 
Richard Smith, willm. fawcus, John moscrope, Empnd 
Humble, James Doneson, Thomas Urwen, Thomas Sopwith, 
Richard Greene, Thomas Clugh, Thomas Greene, Gawayn 
milburne, James Rawe, willm. Hull, John Chanley, Henrie 
Chanley, Robt. Davie, Robt. Robinson, Gawine Robinson, 
James watson, Robt. wardhaugh, John Browne, Jarrard 
Smith, Thomas Stoko, John Smith, Willm. Hall, willm. 
Simpson, John Alder, Thomas Bitleston, Hugh Davie, 
James Challiner, Thomas Baits, willm. Smith, Robt. 
Smith, willm. Lee, Ouswould moore, Robt. Thompson, 
Richard Read, John Potts, Roger Potts, Marke Dinnon, 
Willm. noteman, Thomas Smith, Robt. Lawson, Thomas 
warmer, willm. Dunber. 

The names of those that refuse to take the protestacon 
(vizt.). 

Papists, Thomas fawcus Baxter, willm. Todd, John 
Raw, sen., John Raw, jun. 
Richard fawcus refuseth. 

(Endorsed.) 

A true and perfect list of those that have taken the 
protestacon and who refuse with the papists names within 
the Burrow which according to or instructions, we doe 
certefie unto this honorable assemblie, now Assembled in 
the Lower howse of Parlamt. By us 

Bayliffes, John Greene, George Fenwicke; Church- 
wardens, Robart wardhaugh, John Alder, Rich. Hutton 



6 Cowp struck out and Todd added, MS. 



195 



INDEX TO PLACES. 



An asterisk attached to a number denotes two or more references on the 
same page. The places in the notes have not been indexed. 



Archdeacon Newton, 161 
Auckland St. Andrew, 56*, 58, 60*, 

105 
Auckland St. Helen, 56, 58, 64 65* 

68* 

Auckland, West, 67* 
Aycliffe, 56, 57, 68*, 70 
Ayslabie, 161 



Barmston, 46 

Barmton, 92 

Barnard Castle, 56, 59, 70, 71* 

Beaumont Hill, 92 

Bellasis, 155 

Berwick, 186* 

Biddick, North, 47 

Billingham, 154* 

Billy row, 78 

Birtley, 14 

Bishop Middleham, 157* 

Bishopton, 158* 

Bishopwearmouth, 111*, 115, 149 

Boldon, 3, 6*, 7 

Bondgate, 61 

Bradbury, 182* 

Brancepeth, 56, 58, 75*, 76* 

Brandon, 77 

Broom, 146 

Burdon, East, 115 

Burdon, Great, 92 

Burdon, Littl^, 92 

Burn Hall, 14? 

Butterwick, 182 

Byers Green, 63 

Byshittles, 77 



Carlton, 179 
Cassop, 139 
Castle Eden, 115* 



Chester-le-Street, 1*, 2, 4, 7*, 8 

Chilton, Great, 96 

Cocken, 136, 137 

Cockerton, 91 

Cockfield, 56, 59, 78, 79 

Conniscliffe, 56, 57, 79*, 80 

Cornsey Eaw, 30* 

Gotham, 92, 166 

Gotham Mundeville, 92 

Coundon, 62 

Cowpen Bewley, 155 

Coxhoe, 138 

Crook, 78 

Croxdale, 115* 

D 

Dalton-le-Dale, 116*, 117*, 118* 

Darlington, 1, 56*, 57, 80*, 81, 84 

Denton, 56, 57, 85* 

Dinsdale, 159* 

Dinsdale Over, 184 

Durham, St. Giles, 121*, 123 
St. Margaret's, 123* 
St. Mary-le-Bow, 118* 
St. Mary, South Bailey, 

120* 

St. Nicholas', 126*, 130* 
St. Oswald's, 144 



Eaglescliffe, 160*, 161 

Easington, 1, 111*, 130*, 132 

Ebchester, 4, 14* 

Edmundbyers, 3, 15* 

Edmonsley, 13 

Egleston, 99* 

Eldon, 63 

Elemore Hall, 144 

Elmdon, 181, 182 

Elton, 162* 

Elvet, 144 

Elwick Hall, 163*, 169 



196 



Eppledon, 136 
Escomb, 56, 59, 60*, 64 
Esh, 3, 15, 16 
Evenwood, 65 66 



F 



Ferryhill, 96 
Findon Hill, 55 
Fishburn, 181 
Forest, 99*, 102 
Foxton, 182 
Fulthorp, 167 



G 

Gainford, 56, 57, 85, 86* 
Gateshead, 3, 16*, 22* 
Girsby, 183 
Graystones, 93 
Greatham, 164* 
Great Stainton, 165, 166' 
Grindon, 167*, 168 



Hamsterley, 32*, 56, 59, 88*, 89 

Hardwick, 142* 

Harraton, 11 

Hart, 168* 

Hartburn, 178 

Hartlepool, 169*, 170* 

Harverton, 11* 

Haswell, 132 

Haughton Field, 91 

Haughton-le-Skerne, 56, 57, 90, 9 

Hawthorn, 131 

Hedley, 27 

Heighington, 56, 57, 93* 

Helmedon Eow, 77 

Henknowle, 64 

Herrington, East, 135 

Middle, 135 
West, 134 

Hesledon, 117 (see Monkhesledon) 

Hetton-le-Hole, 136 

Hetton-ou-the-Hill, 14* 

Holden Carre, 138 

Holme, 155 

Houghall, 147 

Houghton, 85* 

Houghton-le-Spring, 133* 

Hownes, The, 32 

Hunstanworth, 5, 22* 

Hunwick, 63 

Hurworth, 171*, 172* 
Black, 138 
White, 138, 140 



Jarrow, 4, 23* 



Kelloe, 137*, 138*, 139*, 140* 



Lamesley, 2, 25*, 27* 
Lanchester, 2, 27*, 30, 31 
Littletown, 143 
London, 2, 92, 174 
Long Newton, 172* 
Ludworth, 144 
Lumley, 9* 

M 

Market Steed, 61 
Marwood, 74 
Medomsley, 4, 31*, 32 
Merrington, 56, 57, 95*, 96, 97 
Middleton-in-Teesdale, 56, 59, 64, 

98*, 99* 

Middle ton St. George, 174* 
Midridge, 63 

Monkhesledon, 140* (see Hesledon) 
Monkwearmouth, 3, 32* 
Moorsley, 135 
Mordon, 181* 
Morpeth, 192* 
Morton, 92, 117 
Morton House, 134 
Muggleswick, 2, 34* 



N 

Neasham, 171, 172 
Newbiggin, 99* 
Newbottle, 134 
Newgate, 60 
Newton Bewley, 156 
Newton Cap, 62 
North Bow, 134 
Norton, 175* 
Nusam, 161 



Offerton, 135 



Pelton, 13* 
Pensher, 135, 137 
Pittington, 142, 143*, 144* 
Plawsworth, 12 
Preston, 178 



197 



Q 



Quarrington, 139 



Rainton, East, 137 

Pithouses, 136 
West, 136, 137 

Reding, 138 

Redmarshall, 178*, 179 

Eyton, 2, 35*, 39 



Sadberge, 100*, 173 

Saltholme, 155 

Seaham, 147*, 148 

Seaton, 147, 148* 

Sedgefield, 172, 179*, 182, 183 

Shadforth, 143 

Sherburn, 143; Hospital. 140, 148* 

Shildon, 64 

SMncliff, 146 

Shotton, 132 

Skirningham, 92 

Slingley, 147, 148 

Sniperley, 55 

Sockburn, 183* 

South Church, 64 

South Shields, 5, 40* 

Staindrop, 56, 59 

Stainton, 74 

Stanhope, 56, 58, 100*, 103 

Stillington, 179 

Stockley, 76 

Stockton, 1, 154*, 175, 176, 177 

Stranton, 184*, 185* 

Streatham, 74 

Sunderland, 149*, 152 



Tanfield, 3, 44* 
Thornley, 138, 139 
Thorpthewles, 167 
Trimdon, 152* 
Tudhoe, 77 
Tursdale, 139, 140 



Urpeth, 13 
Usworth, Great, 47 

W 

Walridge, 12 
Wardinlaw, 134 
Washington, 4, 45*, 47 
Waterhouse, 78 
Westerton, 62 
Westwick, 75 
Wheatley Hill, 138, 139 
Whessoe, 92 
Whickham, 2, 47*, 53 
Whitburn, 4, 53*, 55 
Whitton, 167 
Whitwell, 149 
Whitwell House, 140* 
Whitworth, 56, 57, 104* 
Whorlton, 56, 59, 104*, 105 
Willington, 77, 78 
Windleston, 63 
Wingate Grange, 138, 140 
Wingate Town, 138, 139 
Winston, 56, 59, 105* 
Winyard, 167 
Witton Gilbert, 3, 55* 
Witton-le-Wear, 56, 58, 106*, 108 
Wolsingham, 56, 58, 108 
Wolveston, 155, 156 
Woodside, ye, 64 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES. 



An asterisk attached to a number denotes two or more references on the 
same page. The letter ' n ' similarly placed indicates a footnote. 



(blank), Geo., the schoolmaster, 

117; Rich., 30, 98 
bury, Wm., 120 



Abbott, Pet., 87; Rich., 51 
Abram, Hen., 72; Wm., 72 
Aceman, Jn., 121 
Adamson, Anth., 64; Chas., 95; 

Geo., 97; Gerrot, 44; Jn., 61, 63, 

70, 76, 104*, 126, 169, 173; Peter, 

99; Ralph, 97; Rich., 61, 63, 169; 

Robt., 43, 52, 57, 58*, 63, 70, 104*, 

151, 175; Tho., 11, 138, 163; Wm., 

46, 63, 69, 104*, 168 
Addye, Barth., 40; Jas., 80; Jn., 

40*, 173; Lance., 21; Rich., 100; 

Thos., 162 

Addington, Rich., 73 
Addison (Addinson), Anth., 99; Jn., 

33*; Ralph 18; Rich., 113; Wm., 

99 

Adlard, Wm., 105 
Admaices, Ralph, 38 
Afery, Fran., 88; Jn., 87* 
Ager, Wm., 33 
Agilby, Anth., 38 
Agnes, Chris., 76 
Airyholme, Anth., 94; Jn., 91; 

Thos., 91 

Aiscough (Aislough), Jas., 174, 174n 
Akericke, Fran., 82 
Akers, Thos., 91 
Alaburton, Jn., 26 
Albonie (Albon, Awbon), Jas., 41; 

Jn., 9, 18; Thos., 93; Wm., 194 
Aide, Ralph, 150 
Alder, Hen., 19; Jn., 188, 192, 194*; 

Math., 193 
Alderson, Anth., 91; Geo., 97; 

Rich., 74; Thos., 71 
Aler, Anth., 20 



Alexander, Jn., 92, 188; Robt., 192- 
Wm., 92 

Algood (Awgood), Amb., 39; Jn., 
165; Ralph, 192 

Allanbie, Jn., 112 

Allen (Allan), Anth., 160, 184*; 
Fran., 87; Hen., 139; Jn., 11, 130, 
135, 138, 139, 159, 171, 185, 185n; 
Nich., 64; Rich., 19, 21, 138; 
Robt., 17, 137, 138, 139, 140, 146, 
171; Tho., 146, 190*; Wm., 63*, 
100*, 174 

Allinson (Allanson, Allingson), 
Anth., 62, 83, 92; Chris., 83 92, 
98*, 174, 174n; Cuth., 54, 98*; 
Edw., 92; Geo., 98*; Guy, 98; 
Jas., 98; Jared, 68; Jn., 61, 62, 
08, 87, 98*; Lance., 172: Mann., 
172 ; Math., 107 ; Mich., 31 ; Ralph, 
98, 123, 171; Mr. Ralph, 127, 
127n; Robt., 38, 85, 129; Roger, 
98; Thos., 38, 58, 72, 92, 125, 147; 
Wm., 72, 150 

Allison, Abram., 122; Fran., 162; 
Geo., 52, 80; Jas., 188; Jn., 7, 36, 
98*, 152, 159, Leo, 98, Mich., 173; 
Rich., 21, 166, 173; Robt., 41, 98; 
Tim., 8; Thos., 10, 28, 95, 98, 
159; Wm., 108, 151, 170, 177 

Almond (Ammond), Jas., 51; Jn., 
23, 33, 124 

Alston, Ralph, 23 

Alwan (Alwin), Edw., 57, 95; Jn., 
88 

Amgill, Thos., 178 (see Arngill) 

Amrie (Amory), Jn., 6, 33; Thos., 
112 

Aubye, Thos., 38* 

Angwas (Anguish), Mich., 45; Wm., 
151 

Anderson, Adam, 188; Mr. Adam, 
166; Anth., 38; Chas., 67; Cuth., 
35, 40, 159; Edw., 2, 39, 40, 129, 
159; Fran., 171; Geo., 42; Hen., 



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41; Hugh, 129, 193; Jas., 34, 95, 
136, 150; Jn., 2, 24, 30*, 34, 50, 
52, 112, 113, 134, 177, 178*, 191, 
193; Laur., 96; Lewis, 44; Math., 
20; Miles, 94; Ralph, 179; Rich., 
13, 14, 188; Robt., 8, 43, 55, 63, 
135, 152, 190*; Thos., 32, 54, 63, 
113, 151, 177; Wm., 17, 26, 54, 
150, 151, 162, 177, 189* 

Andrew, Anth., 42; Hen., 174; Jn., 
7, 168; Martin, 171; Ralph, 10; 
Rich., 112; Robt., 172; Tho., 7, 
15, 72; Wm. 165 

Annison, Cuth., 151; Wm., 151 

Apdaile, Cuth., 61 

Appleby, Anth., 61, 82, 90, 158*; 
Earth., 180; Chris., 155; Cuth., 
82; Gabriel, 135; Geo., 8, 72, 75, 
105, 180; Hen., 75, 82; Jn., 8, 18, 
38, 69*, 81, 90*, 97, 121, 146, 183; 
Lance., 136; Lawr., 113; Mich., 
90; Peter, 97; Rich., 74, 155; 
Robt., 2, 4, 7, 14, 53, 63, 75*, 77, 
131, 180; Thos., 11, 36, 95, 97*, 
158, 161; Valentine, 131; Wm., 8, 
74, 75, 105, 132, 154, 176 

Applegarth, Lane., 81; Peter, 179 

Archbald, Geo., 190; Gilb., 35, 190; 
Jas., 191; Jn., 66; Ralph, 190; 
Robt., 188, 190; Thos., 189 

Archer, Chas., 107; Geo., 148; Jn., 
139; Lance., 165; Robt., 38, 52, 
86, 156; Tho., 165; Wm., 52, 78, 
116, 134 

Arckle, Geo., 124; Hugh, 145; Jas., 
114; Jn., 77; Math., 131; Rich., 
92; Tim., 77; Thos., 6 

Arington, Anth., 42; Robt., 41 

Arkin, Sanders, 19 

Arkley, Math., 129; Wm., 17 

Arkred, Rich., 179 

Armitage, Hen., 105* (see Hermi- 
tage) 

Armorer, Cuth., 191; Fran., 190; 
Geo., 189; Hen., 189; Mark, 191; 
Mich., 190; Roger, 189; Thos., 
189 

Armstrong, Alex., 35; And., 50, 
113; Chris., 95; Edw., 8, 136; 
Geo., 128; Hen., 113; Jn., 51, 100, 
114, 168, 169, 173; Math., 8; 
Nich., 169; Randel, 84; Rich., 25, 
114; Robt., 123, 138; Thos., 168; 
Wm., 61, 64, 102, 168, 173 

Arngill, Jn., 178*; Thos., 178; (see 
Amgill) 

Arnot, Allen, 114; Chris., 48; Rich., 
21; Robt., 112 

Arras, Jn., 114, 150 

Arrow, Jn., 6 



Arrowsmith, Anth., 93; Geo., 78, 
95, 146, 172; Hen., 145; Humph., 
138; Jn., 72, 76, 171; Rich, 93, 
138; Robt., 72, 74; Thos., 19, 72, 
138; Wm., 72, 138*, 171, 172 

Arrundell, Chris., 146; Jn., 129; 
Steph., 128; Wm., 160 

Arthur, Edw., 28; Ralph, 39 

Ascry, Fran,, 88; Jn., 87 

Aseley, Jas., 129 

Askell, Leo., 7; Mich., 7 

Askew, Anth., 70 

Astoll, Thos., 20 

Atamer, Jn., 189 

Ateas, Jn., 158; Lance., 158; Wm. 
158 

Athy, Chris., 109; Jn., 109 

Atkins (Atkin), Jas., 122; Jn., 145, 
184; Rich., 138, 141n, 154, 184; 
Wm., 185* 

Atkinson (Atcheson), Alex., 9, 150; 
Andrew, 41; Anth., 76, 93, 141; 
Arth., 76; Barth., 69; Bryan, 64; 
Chris., 29, 37; Cuth., 14, 52, 102; 
Dennis, 113; Edw., 32, 33, 38, 
164; Geo., 49, 181*; Giles, 121; 
Gilfray, 23; Guy, 141; Hen., 89, 
93, 112, 145, 164; Humph., 123; 
Jas., 7, 55, 191; Jn., 6, 9, 21, 28, 
29*, 31, 51, 74, 79, 86, 93, 108, 
114, 137, 144, 145, 158, 177; Lance., 
109; Mark, 165; Mich., 42; Myles, 
125; Nich., 14, 101; Peter, 79; 
Phil., 77; Ralph, 9, 10, 92, 98, 
136*, 146; Rich., 8, 9*, 33, 42, 45, 
74, 89, 113, 123, 136, 150; Robt., 
9, 10*, 32*, 63, 113, 137*, 144*, 
148, 165*, 188, 190; Rowl., 81, 87, 
123; Steph., 147, 192; Symond, 
42; Thos., 2, 6, 12*, 19, 20, 21, 
28, 29*, 30*, 31, 33, 38, 41, 43, 
44, 46, 58, 78, 89, 112, 128, 132, 
136, 150, 152, 165, 169*, 176, 191; 
Wm., 3, 6, 7, 29*, 49, 54, 59, 62, 
65, 72, 75, 82, 87, 132, 133, 145, 
148, 152, 173 

Auckland (Ackland), Edw., 25; 
Hen., 83; Mich., 25; Robt., 25; 
Wm., 2, 27 

And (see Ord) 

Auder, Robt., 54 

A ud wood, Wm., 94 

Auld, Ralph, 150; Wm., 150 

Auinbey, Chris., 101 

Austick, Jn., 24 

Auston, Thos., 96 

Awtherson, Renald, 162 

Aydon, Gawin, 192: Thos., 194 

Aynsley (Ainslie), Geo., 11 ; Jas., 
'144; ' Jn., 59, 159; Ralph, 35; 



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Robt., 108; Thos., 38, 108, 114; 
Wni., 91 

Ayre (Aire), Anth., 67, 112; Edw., 
54; Geo., 110; Hen., 108; Hugh, 
125; Jas, 169, Jn., 13, 16, 23, 27, 
109*, 110, 113, 117; Lance., 20, 
109*; Lionel, 16, 58, 110; Mitchell, 
108; Eich., 95, 118, 118n, 122; 
Kobt., 112, 114, 131*; Symond, 3; 
Thos., 112, 115*, 145, 161, 162; 
Wm., 91, 112, 146, 158 

Ayreson, Chris., 121; Mr. Jn., 127, 
127n; Nich., 164; Rich., 156; 
Robt., 165 

Ayrey, Hen., 152; Thos., 181 

Ayslebye (Aisleby), Fran., 80; Geo., 
176; Jas., 170; Philip, 145; Rich., 
182; Robt., 182; Thos., 176 

Aytisse, Jn., 135 

Ayton (Aiton), Mr. Robt., 134, 134n 



B 



Bacare, Jn., 82 

Bachler, Thos., 193 

Backwith, And., 31; Jn., 31; Nich., 
31 

Bacon, Chris., 152, 170; Jn., 170; 
Robt., 131 

Baggs, Mr. Jn., 150, 150n 

Bailes (see Bayles) 

Bailey (Bay ley), Geo., 136; Marm., 
136; Philip, 136; Thos., 136 

Bainbridge (Bainbrick, Bayn- 
bridge), Anth., 51, 61, 98 3 99, 
177; Mr. Arth., 8; Arth., 98*; 
Brian, 177*; Chris., 59, 98*, 99*; 
Cuth., 38, 54*, 122, 128; Mr. 
Cuth., 98, 98n; David, 98; Geo., 
52, 74*. 101, 102*, 106; Guy, 11; 
Hen., 63, 95, 99*, 103, 177; Hugh, 
10; Jn., 8, 17, 49, 58, 88, 101, 
102*, 103*, 109, 177; Lance., 109*; 
Martin, 52; Mich., 54; Myles, 
154; Peter, 102*, 106; Phil., 74; 
Ralph, 48, 50, 57, 74, 94, 102*, 
103, 128, 177; Ric'h., 86; Robt., 9, 
105, 106, 162, 177, 178; Roger, 
98*; Stephen, 51, 98, 180; Thos., 
26, 66, 98*, 99, 109; Mr. Thos., 
150; Wm., 49, 98*, 102, 103 

Baines, Jas., 49; Symond, 41; 
Thos., 41 

Baird, Lance., 41 (see Bard) 

Baites, Rich., 169, 188; Rowl., 14; 
Thos., 194; Wm., 168, 192 

Bateson, Fran., 193; Giles, 193; 
Wm., 17, 109 

Baker, Chri- , 177; Edw., 151; Jn., 



49; Peter, 122; Robt., 60, 67; 

Thos., 178, 189 
Balife (Bayliffe), Fran., 69; Geo., 

70; Rowl., 85; Thos., 114, 177 
Balle, Jn., 37 
Bambrough, Jn., 122, 167, 175; 

Ralph, 167; Robt., 167; Wm., 

162, 176 

Bamlert, Robt., 72 
Bank (Banck, Bankes), Chris., 127; 

Jn., 7, 104; Philip, 120; Rich., 

46, 183; Sam., 61, 119; Thos., 178 
Bande, Jn., 132, 142; Wm., 141 
Bard, Edw., 193 (see Baird) 
Barkas, Fran., 38*; Geo., 38, 118, 

133, 137; Jn., 38; ,Math., 38; 

Pare., 133; Raynold, 31 
Barker, Adam, 148; Barthol., 169; 

Chris., 191; Fran., 180; Geo., 51; 

Jn., 44, 146; Ralph, 14; Robt., 8, 

76; Thos, 168; Todderick, 77; 

Wm., 95, 193 
Barks, Mich., 189 
Barley, Geo., 11; Jas., 52; Jn., 106; 

Rowl., 52 
Barnerd, Geo., 72 
Barnes, Amb., 72; Chris., 45, 75; 

Cuth., 72; Jas., 87; Jn., 83; 

Martin, 100 ; Mich., 73 ; Tim., 16*, 

16n; Mr. Tim., 3, 3n; Thos., 107; 

Mr. Thos., 81; Wm., 75, 100, 136 
Barnfather (Barnsfather), Geo., 

109, 129; Nich., 121 
Barran, Geo., 136, 144; Martin, 136 
Barras, Anth., 51; Chris., 10, 49; 

Perc., 50; Robt., 42; Wm., 50 
Barrie, Jn., 191 
Barrowes, Cuth., 37; Hew., 45; 

Jarrard, 129; Jn., 95; Wm., 149 
Bartram, Hen., 92; Jn., 24; Robt., 

151; Thos., 151; Wm., 177 
Bartle, Jn., 173; Ralph, 132; Wm., 

173 

Barton, Jn., 10, 128, 129* 
Bar wick, Fran., 176; Geo., 108; 

Jas., 176; Ralph, 167; Rich., 175; 

Robt., 147; Roger, 164; Thos., 

176; Tristram, 115; Wm., 176, 178 
Basire, Isaac, 160. 160n 
Basnatt, Robt., 129; Wm., 128 
Bassett, Geo., 109 
Bastoe, Edw., 40 
Batman, Rich., 151 
Batmanson, Martin, 16*, 16n; 

Ralph, 174; Rich., 162 
Batt, Tim., 150 
Baude, Jn., 142 
Bauie, Ralph, 150 
Bavington, Hen., 135 
Bawdriche, Chris., 64; Hen., 64* 



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Bawfoot, Eich., 61 ; Thos., 61 

Bawkiny (Bawhinnie) , Edw., 101; 
Rich., 41 

Bawnes, Cuth., 29; Jn., 29 

Baxter, Cuth., 136; Geo., 73; Hen., 
72; Jn., 51, 94, 166; Nich., 73; 
Rich., 16, 136; Thos., 16, 51, 72; 
Wm., 71, 74, 137; Mr. Wm., 104, 
104n 

Bayles, Anth., 75, 99, 125, 135, 184; 
Bartle 163*; Chas., 121; Cuth., 
59, 75; Geo., 94, 163; Hendry, 
121; Hen., 84; Jas., 74, 174; Jn., 
61, 84; Math., 128; Miles, 84, 100; 
Ralph, 78, 88; Rich., 100; Robt., 
61; Simond, 61; Toby, 125; Thos., 
59, 72, 99*, 121, 157, 185*; Wm., 
40, 59, 71, 74, 93 

Baytie (Battie), Edw., 10; Rich , 
24; Robt., 48 

Beanie, Thos., 122 

Beamont, Wm., 26 

Beares, Edw., 150; Robt., 148 

Bease, Tho., 62 

Beasley, Thos., 40, 83 

Beaster, Jn., 144 

Beck, Jn., 82; Ralph, 172; Symond 
172; Thos., 5, 23, 23n 

Beckbank, Jn., 73 

Beckfield, Cuth., 181; Geo., 48; 
Hen., 77*; Jn., 48 

Bedale, Rich., 98; Thos., 98 

Bedford, Mr., 157; Thos, 158; Mr. 
Thos., 157n 

Bedling, Jn., 61 

Bedlington. Allen, 6; Geo., 151; 
Ralph, 49 

Bednell, Thos., 188 

Bedson, Thos., 12 

Bee, Bernard, 33; Chris., 117, 123, 
131, 132, 133, 137; Edw., 185; 
Franc., 112; Jas., 148; Jn., 114*, 
330, 131, 147; Marm., 143; Nich., 
125, 125n; Ralph, 36, 150; Rich., 
131; Robt., 176*; Thos., 114, 147, 
151, 175: Wm., 143, 151, 176 

Beecroft, Geo., 7; Hen., 83; Jn., 
82; Roger, 82 

Beenie ,'Beene), Jn., 125; Leo., 125 

Bell, Alex., 39; Amb., 77: And., 
113; Anth., 42, 62, 64, 85; 
Barthol., 178: Chris., 23, 48, 81, 
173*; Cuth., 26, 54; Edw., 36, 42, 
80; Franc., 162: Geo., 36, 58, 102, 
117; Gerard, 113; Hen., 41, 52, 
55, 76, 90, 146: Hump., 65; Jas., 
38, 41, 187; Jeffrey, 98; Jn., 8, 
10, 19, 32, 33*, 36, 39, 54, 62*, 80, 
81, 87, 98, 99*, 102, 121, 124, 128, 
136*, 151; Math., 44; Mich., 20, 



98, 173; Nich., 33, 130; Osw., 
121; Peter, 20, 66; Ralph, 25, 44, 
Rich., 46, 49, 52, 57, 64, 79, 80, 
157, 170; Robt., 20, 32, 33, 36, 42, 
46, 94, 134, 146; Roger, 36, 40; 
Rowland, 63; Sam., 136; Thos., 7, 
11, 17, 18, 19, 25, 40, 44, 45, 46, 
52, 73, 77, 83, 112, 114, 136*, 157, 
162; Walter, 76; Wm., 25, 26, 44, 
50, 54, 64, 77, 82, 83, 97, 98, 
113, 127, 128, 129, 135, 167, 173, 
189 

Bellamy, Geo., 92; Jas., 76; Jn., 
143; Ralph, 82; Robt., 143; Wm., 
51 

Bellany, Anth., 171; Cuth., 174 

Bellarbie, Cuth., 128; Edw., 13; 
Wm., 141 

Bellasis, Mr. Geo., 134, 134n ; Mr. 
Wm., 134, 134n 

Bellowes, Thos., 68 

Belt, Geo., 84; Rich., 119, 119n 

Belwood, Rich., 82; Wm., 83 

Belley, Ralph, 126; Rich., 114; 
Roger, 151; Thos., 48, 124 

Bemond, Jn., 28 

Bend, Geo., 74 

Benks, Nich., 42; Wm., 122 (see 
Binks) 

Benlose, Jas., 11 

Benathie, Wm., 146 

Bennett, Jas., 189; Jn., 41, 82; 
Osack, 69; Robt., 69; Win., 69 

Benson, Jn., 120; Rich., 86; Thos., 
124; Tobie, 96; Wm., 58, 108, 
110 

Bentley, Cuth., 170; Edw., 113 

Ben well, Rich., 50 

Bert, Fran., 48 

Beson, Jas., 38 

Best, Cuth., 41, Jn., 155; Martin, 
97; Mich., 101; Thos., 175 

Beston, Fran., 36 

Bethum, Wm., 193 

Betles, Thos., 119 

Betson, Geo., 171: Jn., 169; Thos., 
80, 172; Wm., 171 

Bewhinan, Jas., 17 

Bewick, Edw., 193; Geo., 190; 
Thos., 145 

Bewlowe, Rich., 37* 

Bezing, Jn., 38; Wm., 38 

Bickerlay, Wm., 38 

Bicklay, Robt., 169 

Biggins, Chris., 116; Ralph, 116; 
Sam., 36; Thos., 116 

Bigland (Biglan), Fran., 85; Robt., 
43; Wm., 85 

Bignell, Thos., 74 

Bigott, Thos., 84 



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Bikers, Wm., 20 

Billingham, Mr. Cuth., 125, 125n; 

Mr. Martin, 12 
Billington, Wm., 25 
Billop, And., 143; Jn., 135 
Bilton, Jn., 95, 113; Robt., 114; 

Wm., 38 

Binggam, Eobt., 72 
Binks (Bynchs), Amb., 74; Barthol., 

87; Geo., 72; Jn., 146; Math., 72; 

Ninion, 72; Sam., 87 (see Benks) 
Binley, Rich., 96; Wm., 96 
Bird, Jn., 12, 139; Math., 135; 

Thos., 113; Wm., 113 (see Burd) 
Birdshead, Wm., 119 
Birkbeck, Mr. Thos., 87 
Birkeld, Jn., 74 
Birkell, Jn., 113, 133 
Birkhead, Ralph, 119* 
Birnett, Geo., 188; Roger, 188; 

Wm., 190 (see Burnett) 
Birome, Jn., 135 
BirstalJ, Mich., 154 
Bishopbridg, Robt., 161 
Bitleston, Thos., 194 
Bittles, Robt., 145 
Black, Edw., 135; Jn., 40, 76, 81; 

Nich., 50; Peter, 50; Robt., 61, 

113; Thos., 113 
Blackbeard, Peter, 10 
Blackbird, Steph., 24 
Blackburn, Anth., 10; Geo., 8, 189; 

Jn., 37; Nich., 38; Thos., 17 
Blackett, Chris., 89*; Geo., 89; 

Hen., 29, 89; Hugh, 90; Jn., 89, 

90, 101*, 107; Marm., 102; Nich., 

66*; Perse., 89; Rich., 45; Wm., 

89, 94 (see Plackett) 
Blackey, Wm., 22 
Blackley, Roger, 21 
Blacklock, Jn., 162; Mich., 134*; 

Nich., 72; Robt., 49; Rowl., 10, 

71: Thos., 20, 50; Wm., 43 
Blackmantle, Wm., 158 
Blackwell, Ralph, 83 
Blacy, Franc., 84 
Blades, Wm., 77 
Blairton, Jas., 3 (see Blarton) 
Blakell, Thos., 48 
Blakey, Dennis, 139, Jn., 17; Robt., 

146, 167; Thos., 159; Wm., 17, 

158, 159 

Bland, Anth., 99*; Edm., 83; Jas., 
146; Jn., 99; Mich., 99; Ralph, 

74; Rich., 180; Rowl., 117; Wm., 

150 
Blarton, Anth, 109; Jas., 45*; Jn., 

109 (see Blairton) 
Blaxton (Blakeston, Blaikson, 
Blackestone, Brakiston), Anth., 



48; Fran., 87; Jn., 6, 44, 112, 122, 

122n ; Mr. Jos., 13; Marm., 158; 

Nich., 176; Ralph, 53, 53?i; Robt., 

124, 176; Mr. Toby, 124, 124n; 

Thos., 124; Mr. Thos., 127, 127n, 

180; Valentine, 176; Wm., 48, 

122, 122n, 127, 161 
Blayne, Rich., 191 
Bleamire, Thos., 84 
Blench, Philip, 166 
Blenderheth, Hen., 23 
Blenkhorne, Hen., 109; Hugh, 71 
Blenkinsop, Chas., 32; Chris., 86; 

Cuth., 113; Geo., 50, 96; Hen., 

75; Jn., 28, 31, 34. 76; Peter, 50; 

Robt., 31, 34, 51; Thos, 66, 72, 

113; Tristram, 30; Wm., 50* 
Blith, Rich., 47 (see Blyth) 
Blunt, Chris., 145; Robt., 128; 

Thos., 76 

Blurthorne, Rich., 94 
Blyth, Geo., 146 (see Blith) 
Blythman (Blithman), Edw., 43, 44*. 

44n; Jn., 64, Math., 69; Rich., 

64; Wm., 44, 63, 120 
Boad, Jn., 87; Peter, 93 
Boare, Wm., 57 

Bobstonn, Wm., 20 (see Robson) 
Bog, Geo., 24 
Boggin, Robt., 26 
Boinfield, Hen., 18 
Bold, Wm., 191 
Bolron, Fran., 75; Hen., 71; Ralph, 

75 
Bolton (Boulton), Bartram, 128; 

Jn., 62" 

Bond, Thos., 185 
Bone, Thos., 179, 185 
Bonner, Geo., 51 
Bonny, Mr. Geo., 106 
Boolt, Jn., 176 
Boores (Boore), Rich., 131; Wm., 

81, 132 
Booth (South), Hen., 82; Jn., 46; 

Peter, 121; Mr. Ralph, 147, 147n; 

Rich., 137; Thos., 107* 
Booteman, Thos., 41 
Bootlan, Thos., 38 
Borke, Chris., 154n (see Boucke and 

Burk) 
Bosby, Hendry, 122; Jn., 121 (see 

Busby) 

Botchebie, Nich., 79; Thos., 78 
Bott, Wm., 109 
Boucbier, Jn., 137 
Boucke, Chris., 154, 156; Hen., 154; 

Jas., 154 (see Borke and Buck) 
Bouckle, Jn., 180 
Bourne, Jn., 167; Mich.. 167 
Bournwell, Thos., 162 



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Boutflower, Edw., 113; Jn., 76; 

Nich., 117, 117n; Rich., 29, 29n ; 

Robt., 117 
Bowbank, Chris., 98; Geo., 82; Leo., 

86; Peter, 84; Thos., 86; Win., 

86 
Bowdon, Geo., 20, 21; Jn., 193; 

Wm., 35 
Bowee, Jn., 36 
Bower, Hen., 18; Wm., 82* 
Bowes, Edw., 19; Mr. Fran., 80, 

80n; Geo., 108; Jn., 36, 57, 59, 

61; Mr. Jn., 93; Luke, 70; Robt., 

81; Mr. Eoger, 136, 136n; Bowl., 

194; Talbot, 74, 74n; Mr Toby, 

11; Thos., 68; Mr. Thos., 74, 

74^; Mr Wm., 75, 75r,, 111, llln 
Bowet, Tho., 35 
Bowhorne, C'uth., 79 
Bowmaker, Dan., 191; Jn., 189 
Bowman, Chris., 161; Edw., 48; 

Jn., 23; Rich., 135; Thos., 73; 

Wm., 23 
Bowmer (Boomer), Jn., 46; Ralph, 

33; Robt., 41; Thos., 47; Wm., 

44 (see Bulmer) 
Bowmes, Franc., 7 
Bownas, Jn., 12, 69 
Bowsner, Bobt., 185 
Bowrey, Leo., 18; Balph, 17; Wm., 

33 
Bowring, Thos., 188, 191 ; Wm., 

188 
Bowser (Bowcer), Fran., 58, 60, 64; 

Jn., 77; Lane., 165; Bich., 173 
Bowsfield, Myles, 87 
Bowton, Gawen, 189; Jn., 18, 73; 

Bobt., 73, 74 
Bowyer, Jn., 11 
Boyd, Bobt., 49; Thos., 191 
Boyes, Fen., 168; Hugh, 146; Jn., 

168; Balph, 1G2; Bich., 82*, 150; 

Bobt., 125, 151; Steph., 168; 

Thos., 168*, 173, 178; Wm., 82, 

155, 156, 183, 184 
Brabban, Jn., 52 
Brabiner, Bich., 5, 43 
Brack, Anth., 96; Hump., 77; Jn., 

11, 14, 76, 77; Lawr., 96; Nich., 

14, 77; Balph, 46; Bobt., 173; 

Symon., 125; Thos., 77; Wm., 76, 

96 

Brackbank, Wm., 23 
Brackon, Jn., 193; Tlioe., 52 (see 

Breckine) 
Brady, Allan, 41; Thos., 52; 

Walter, 191 
Bradforth (Bradford), Jas., 61; Jn., 

81; Bobt., 61, 190; Thos., 100, 

151; Wm., 88 



Bradshaw, Jn., 11; Sam., 88; Wm., 

11 
Braidley (Braidle), ChrKs., 29; 

Geoff., 154; Geo., 101; Hen., 36; 

Jn., 77, 90, 145, 175; Lance., 109; 

Lionel, 101; Nich., 47, 146*; 

Phil., 73; Balph, 90; Bich., 2, 

35, 182, 182w; Bobt., 90; Wm., 89 
Braithwaite, Jn., 74 
Brakenbury, Mr. Jn., 86; Math., 

92; Bich"., 57, 79, 80 
Brankling, Bich., 61 
Branling, Boger, 192; Bobt., 21 
Branson, Anth., 82; Hen., 83; 

Bobt., 83; Wm., 85 
Branston (Brenston), Leo., 41; 

Wm., 43 
Brass, Bryan, 152; Chris., 161; 

Cuth., 21, 127; Jn., 20, 69, 159*, 

173*; Mr. Jn., 4; Bich., 18, 69, 

175; Bobt., 152, 159, 179; Thos., 

124, 184; Wm., 15, 21, 69*; Mr. 

Wm. 69 
Brantingham, Edw., 122; Geo., 52; 

Hugh, 128; Jarard, 128; Jn., 76, 

121; Balph, 77; Bich., 185; 

Bobt., 26, 29, 49, 129; Thos., 29, 

49, 52, 76; Wm., 49 (see 
Mrattingham) 

Branxton, Lane., 190; Wm., 190 

Breaves, Jn., 38 

Breckine, Franc., 82 (see Brackon) 

Breers, Leo., 49 

Brench, Bich., 11; Wm., 13 

Brewer", Chris., 178; Lance., 182; 

Bobt., 178 
Brewis, Law., 23 
Brewster, Math., 114 
Bridges, Jn., 70; Bobt., 61 
Bridgwell, Thos., 82, 83 
Briercliff, Hen., 189 
Briggs, Cuth., 78; Hen., 37, 146; 

Jn., 29*, 35, 58, 78; Lance., 34; 

Martin, 13; Nich., 77, 146; Peter, 

37; Wm., 6, 37 
Brigh-am, Jn., 120; Bowl., 121; 

Tim., 119 
Brignell, Geo., 179; Jn., 10, 24; 

Thos., 12, 191 
Britlan, Wm., 37 
Britton, Wm., 190 
Brockett, Thos., 162 
Brod, Thos., 49 

Brogdon, Alex., J26, 126n, 130, 130n 
Bromscales, Hen., 26 
Bron, Peter, 106 
Brooking, Toby, 120, 120n 
Brotherston, Jn., 44 
Brough, Geo, 33: Jerem., 7; Jn., 

50, 135, 169; Philip, 137*; Balph, 



204: 



51; Rich., 6, 12; Robt., 6; Thos., 
6, 50, 112, 137; Wm., 46 

Browell, Edw., 194; Jn., 194; 
Ralph, 192; Robt., 193 

Brown, Adam, 190; Alex., 19, 50; 
Anth., 113, 185; Arth., 10; 
Earth., 76, 190; Bryan, 137; 
Chris., 71, 80, 134, 182; Clem., 
45; Cuth., 22, 50, 180*; David, 
115; Edw., 130, 152, 188, 189; 
Mr. Edw., 83; Franc., 73; Geo , 
21, 26, 43, 62, 76, 82*, 112; Hen., 
18, 29; Humph., 69; Ingram, 
150; Jas., 36, 44, 106, 146, 173, 
Jn., 6, 8, 19, 20, 23, 29, 37*, 40*, 
46, 48, 52, 64, 77*, 82, 114, 131, 

136, 154, 172, 177, 178, 184, 185, 
188, 189, 190, 194; Jos., 17, 22, 
22n; Mr. Jos., 3, 3n ; Lance., 150; 
Luke, 183; Mark, 19; Mann., 
172; Nich., 19, 184, 192; Peter, 
59, 106; Ralph, 113, 136, 156, 
194; Reg., 73; Reynold, 44, 177; 
Rich., 29, 48, 127, 150, 151, 160; 
Roger, 29; Robt., 3, 22, 27, 43, 
61, 62, 114, 135, 151, 153, 180, 184, 
191; Rowl., 91; Simon, 136; 
Steph., 40; Thos., 3, 21, 28, 33, 42, 
43, 48, 62, 74, 77, 91, 113, 121, 
128, 130, 133, 146, 150, 172, 177, 
182, 185, 191: Valentine, 57, 93; 
Walter, 11; Wm., 26, 33*, 39, 49, 
52, 62, 76, 84, 95, 112, 114, 136, 

137, 143, 146, 151*, 180, 182, 187, 
190, 193 

Brownless, Geo., 74; Jn., 59, 74 
Brumley, Geo., 78; Jn., 168, 171; 

Robt., 168: Wm., 168 
Brummell (Bromell), Brian, 52 ; 

Fran., 102; Geo., 102; Jn., 106; 

Robt., 102 
Brunnie, Nich., 10 
Brunskill, Roger, 73 
Brunton, Hen., 23, Peter, 133; 

Ralph, 23; Rich., 52; Thos., 40, 

43*; Wm., 20 
Bryan (Brian), Chris., 70; Jn., 58, 

78, 91: Mich., 66, 82. 112; Nich., 

77, 120; Robt., 87; Thos., 67, 77; 

Wm., 67 

Brysco, Chris., 73; Math., 73 
Bryse, Jn., 147, 148*; Rich., 148 
Bubby, Rich., 33 
Bucer, Jn., 91: Wm., 156 
Buck, Anth., 26; Geo., 63, 172: Jn., 

26, 100, 16J, 162; Jos., 10: Mich., 

67; Rich., 150; Robt., 60, 161; 

Thos., 26; Wm., 50 (see Boucke) 
Buckam, Jas., 193 
Buckhorm, Hector, 11 



Buckler, Jn., 151 

Buckle (Buckles), Jn., 50, 168, 182; 

Robt., 180, 182; Thos., 74, 130; 

Wm., 182 
Buckley, Jos., 173 
Bucton, Chris., 86 
Bull, Anth., 113; Jn., 113; Thos., 

72 
Bullock, Edw., 114; Geo., 8; Hen., 

82; Jas., 58, 66, 68; Jn., 130; 

Nich., 128; Osw., 151; Peter, 66; 

Ralph, 52; Rich., 84; Mr. Thos., 

140, 140n, 149; AVm., 91, 92 
Bulman, Geo., 18, 171; Jn., 18; 

Roger, 93; Tho., 100, 167; Wm., 

100, 171 
Bulmer (Boulmer) Chris., 155; 

Cuth., 9, 31; Jn., 9, 12, 36, 107, 

173; Mich., 178; Robt., 17, 21; 

Thos., 112, 113, 185; Uswin, 185; 

Wm., 61, 63*, 82, 155 (see Bow- 

mer) 

Bunch, Mr. Wm., 177 
Bunting (Bunteene), Jn., 96, 178*; 

Ralph, 144 
Burd, Humph., 131; Ralph, 20, 

144*; Robt., 49, 143; Thos., 2O 

(see Bird) 

Burdas, Edw., 122; Jn., 122 
Burdey, Thos., 76 
Burden, Adam, 112; Anth., 107; 

Chris, 85; Cuth., 175; Edw., 

112*, 131; Franc., 81; Geo., 114, 

131*; Hen., 176, 180; Jarie, 168; 

Jn., 77, 94, 97, 112*, 113, 131, 

178; Marm., 176; Math., 14; 

Nich., 132; Rich., 112, 168; Robt., 

70, 85, 134, 176, 177; Rowl., 177, 

177n, 178; Thos., 82, 85, 168, 185; 

Wm., 94, 125, 139, 175, 176, 

185 

Burgess, Sam., 109; Steph., 13 
Burk, Jos., 10 (see Bork and 

Bouck) 

Burkett, Peter, 26 
Burleson (Burletson), Barth., 76; 

Bryan, 152; Geo., 61, 144; Robt., 

153; Thos., 77, 141; Wilfrid, 77 
Burlye, Wm., 32 
Burn (Burne), Edw., 194; Gregory, 

188; Hugh, 143; Jas., 114; Jn., 

21, 69, 191; Mark, 146; Ralph, 

112, 191; Robt., 126, 194; Tho., 

191; Wm., 48, 54, 150, 157, 164, 

181 
Burnett, Geo., 193; Jn., 36; 

Roger, 188n; Thos., 35, 193; Wm., 

170 (see Birnett) 
Burnhall, Wm., 47 
Burnop, Chas., 76; Cuth., 28, 108; 



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Mich., 108; Robt., 28*; Thos., 
29; Mr. Wm., 32 

Burone, Anth., 155 

Burras, Beny., 119 

Burrell, Cuth., 87, 94; Jas., 16; 
Jn., 172, 187; Mich., 45; Peter, 
86; Rich., 19, 170; Robt., 45, 57, 
88*; Thos., 181; Wm., 45, 87 

Burrow, Anth., 70; Edw., 139; Jn., 
156; Math., 122; Wm., 140 

Burton, Chris., 21; Geo., 143; Jn., 

26, 148*, 157; Robt., 123, 143; 
Thos., 134, 158; Wm., 112, 114, 
122, 191 

Burwell, Math., 167; Robt., 128; 

Thos., 46 
Busby, Edw., 18; Hen., 139; Jn. 77, 

80; Mich., 155; Miles, 92; Robt., 

77; Thos., 82, 139; Wm., 139, 148, 

155, 176 (see Bosby) 
Bussy, Chris., 156, 157; Geo., 52; 

Jn., 181, 185; Mich, 141n, 169; 

Robt., 168; Thos., 156, 168; Wm. 

181 
Bustin, Geo., 109; Symond, 109; 

Thos., 109 

Bushopprick, Geo., 171 
Butlan, Thos., 193 
Butler, Clem., 18; Humph., 123 

Margery, 63; Ralph, 182*; Robt., 

184; Thos., 193 
Butterfield, Symond, 20 
Buttery (Buttrie), Bonaventure, 

136; Edw., 124; Jn., 169; Mr. 

Ralph, 169; Rowl., 126; Thos., 

40, 124; Wm., 136, 177 
Butterick, Jn., 57, 93; Rich., 92 
Buzard, Wm., 40 
Byerlawe, Ralph, 130 
Byerley, And., 94; Mr. Anth., 94, 

94n; Mr. Chris., 94, 94n; Cuth., 

30, 62; Geo., 63; Hen., 73; Jn., 

27, 108; Math., 30; Nich., 27, 
176; Ralph, 77; Robt., 27, 28, 
108; Wm., 28, 30, 64, 77 

Byers, Anth., 115; Geo., 193; Hen., 
52; Jas., 132; Mich., 52; Rich., 
13; 28, 76, 132; Robt., 10, 52, 
132, 157; Tho., 13, 96, 132, 142, 
142n 

Bygah, Jn., 180 

By gate, Jn., 180; Robt,, 64 

Bynnion (Biniane), Sam., 106; 
Thos., 87 



Cackshaw, Anth., 62 
Caide, Nich., 42 
Caisley, Jas., 188 



Caldwell, Mr. Tho., 150, loOn; Mr. 
Wm., 150, I50n 

Calverley, Mr. Jn., 121, 121-n 

Calvert, Chris., 33; Hen., 185; 
Hugh, 184; Jas., 175; Jn., 18 

Caniall, Geo., 24; Jerome, 177; 
Symond, 18; Wm., 189 

Campbell, Thos., 187 

Camson, Mongay, 11 

Canson, Rich., 11 

Cant, Gawin, 20; Mr. Geo., 133, 
133n; Jn., 52; Wm., 7 

Card, Hen., 87 

Caree, Robt., 45 

Cargrave, Jn., 67; Thos., 67; Wm., 
67 

Carlill, And., 19; Geo., 21; Hen., 
109; Jn., 12, 21, 85, 107; Robt., 
107; Tho., 107; Wm., 137 

Carlton, Jn., 87, 109 

Carmichell, Dan., 59; Thos, 150 

Carnaby, Eckee, 52; Jn., 6, 62; 
Lance., 123; Lyonel, 124; Thos., 
6 

Garner, Anth., 50; Geo., 50; Jn., 
51 

Carpenter, Law., 178 

Carr, Anth., 76; Cuth., 43; Geo., 
29*, 48, 51; Hen., 136; Jas., 42, 
94, 129, 146, 190; Jn., 12, 28, 41, 42, 
54, 97; Lewis, 41; Martin, 43; 
Math., 2, 48, 53, 107*; Ralph, 
189, 192; Mr. Ralph, 136; Robt., 
37, 77, 84, 179; Mr. Robt., 46, 
46n; Steph., 162; Thos., 8, 11, 
29, 52, 54, 77, 121, 121n, 139, 189, 
191; Wm., 2, 8, 51*, 53, 84, 191 

Carrack, Arth., 50; Jn., 51; Rich., 
51 

Carruddas, Jn., 51 

Carsley, Bryan, 63 

Carston, Thos., 187, 188 

Carte, Wm., 7 

Carter, Brian, 10; Dennis, 77; 
Franc., 177; Geo., 61, 87, 181; 
Hen., 83, 119; Jn., 86, 104, 143, 
147, 150; Martin, 172, 178; Peter, 
87 ; Ralph, 58, 88* ; Robt., 21, 181 ; 
Roger, 147; Steph., 55; Wm., 86, 
181 

Cartington, Cuth., 129 

Carver, Robt., 151* 

Carvill, Robt., 187 

Carwardin, Dan., 84, 84n; Mr. 
Dan., 57, 81 

Casse, Rich., 112; Wm., 174 

Casson, Geo., 11 

Castle, Hen., 189 

Catcheside, Geo., 14, 23; Jn., 14, 
23; Law., 11; Ralph, 25; Rich., 



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23, 24; Robt., 14, 23, 46*; Thos., 

14*; Wni., 23 
Cattrick, Jn., 28, 181; Mr. Jn., 95; 

Law., 83*; Nich., 78; Ralph, 

181, 183; Rich., 181; Robt., 181*; 

Thos., 173; Wm., 173 
Catterall, Jn., 188, 188 n ; Robt., 

190; Thos, 191 
Causon, Rich., 11 
Cave, Mr. Roger, 178 
Caverley, Thos., 55 
Caward, Thos., 84, 148; Wm., 131 
Cawbreth, Thos., 189 
Cawert, Robt., 153 
Caworth, Jn., 25 
Cawsie, Jn., 95 
Cay, Edw., 128; Geo., 159: Thos., 

60, 129 (see Kay and Key) 
Cbulit, Thos., 21 
Celson, Jn., 8 
Chaine, Alex., 40, 42 
Challiner, Gilb., 193; Jas., 194; 

Jn., 193*; Math., 192 
Challons, Thos., 112; Wm., 159 
Chamberlaine, Jn., 19 
Chambers, Anth., 7; Chris., 65; 

Edw., 20; Geo., 6; Gregory, 79; 

Hen., 156; Jas., 23, 24, 54; Jn., 

6*, 18, 21, 36, 42; Ralph, 69, 70*; 

Rich., 6*, 10; Robt., 54, 57*, 69, 

70, 113, 114, 151; Roger, 54; 

Steph., 36; Syinon, 156; Thos., 

54, 181, 183; Wm., 6*, 36, 44, 79 
Chamley, Cuth., 17 
Champlaye, Edw., 38; Jn., 36 
Chanley, Hen., 194; Jn., 194 
Chapman, Anth., 52; Barthol., 71; 

Benj., 98; Chas., 128; Chris., 102, 

131; Clem., 50; Cuth., 71; Geo., 

29, 36, 102, 108, 109; Gerard, 114; 

Hen., 62, 78; Ingram, 58, 110; 

Jas.', 189; Jn., 49, 51, 58, 62, 73, 

89, 101, 109, 110, 161, 176, 184; 

Lance., 84, 101, 102; Marm., 176, 

180; Mich., 78; Nich., 67, 89; 

Osw., 154; Pare., 109; Rich., 184; 

Robt., 58, 71, 101, 103*; Mr. 

Robt., 3, STI : Thos., 51, 52, 78, 

129, 155*; Wm., 43, 54, 54n; 

Wm., 102, 123, 176, 180 
Cbarlesworth, Rich., 82; Wm., 82 
Charlton, Anth., 44; Chris., 128; 

Cuth., 44; Edw., 124; Jn., 125; 

Math., 127; Rich., 49; Robt., 135; 

Thos., 58 
Chash, Peter, 41 
Chatt, Cuth., 102; Jn., 52 
Chayter (Chater), Bryan, 73; 

Chris., 73, 141n, 143; Edw., 134; 

Nich., 91, 91n; Thos., 59 



Cheasbrough, Cuth., 95; Hugh, 47- 
Jn., 46; Thos., 23, 71; Wm., 23 

Cheeseman, Nich., 107; Walter, 107 

Chelldray, Thos., 95 

Chernside, Thos., 189 

Chesroe, Thos.,. 21 

Chester, Rich., 35; Thos., 170*; 
Wm., 49 

Cheswick, Wm., 97 

Chicken, Geo., 32, 159; Robt., 30; 
Thos., 32 

Chilton, Chris., 18, 158, 184; Edw., 
63, 133, 156*; Geo., 134; Jn., 10, 
122, 128, 134*, 163, 169; Philip, 
7; Ralph, 133, 134; Rich., 122, 
150; Robt., 41, 112, 134*, 144, 
159, 164*, 168, 185; Thos., 7, 63, 

112, 134*; Wm., 23, 133, 135, 156, 
164*, 185 

Chipchase, Cuth., 125; Humph., 
70; Jas., 77; Jn., 125, 167, 174, 
182; Marm., 179; Philip, 112; 
Ralph, 81; Rich., 180; Robt., 
158, 167; Thos., 156, 167, 176*, 
180; Wm., 156*, 175, 176 

Chirsp, Jas., 24 

Choppellow, Edm., 172; Jn , 38 

Chrissop, Geo., 69 

Christopher, Jn., 155; Law., 155; 
Robt., 154 

Chuchas, Rich., 44 

Church, Nath., 17; Wm., 119, 119n 

Cirkhame, Thos., 23 

Cisson, Myles, 156 (see Sisson) 

Clark (Clerk), Mr. Abram., 164, 
164n; Anth., 166; Benj., 187, 
187n; Brian, 91; Christ., 55, 125; 
Cuth., 10; Eckee, 52; Edw., 60, 

113, 128; Franc., 168, 173; 
Gabriel, 164, 164n; Geo., 76, 108, 
112; Mr. Geo., 7; Gilbert, 191; 
Hen., 50, 131; Jas., 6, 50, 163, 
167, 176; Jn., 6, 9*, 20, 46, 70, 
77, 95*, 131, 137, 138, 155, 173; 
Lane., 181; Math., 189; Mich., 
190; Nich., 11, 129; Pat., 107; 
Peter, 8, 9; Philip, 132; Ralph., 
12, 116, 143; Rich., 109, 138; 
Robt., 11, 120, 140, 146*, 176, 
181*; Mr. Robt., 9, 9n; Thos., 
9*, 18, 53, 61, 80, 124, 135, 138, 
150, 155, 164; Mr. Tho., 7, 82; 
Wm., 9, 25, 40, 114, 156, 181, 190 

Clarkson (Clerkson), Amb., 74; 
Edw., 72; Geo., 74; Jn., 92; Nich., 
72; Thos., 10, 69; Wm., 51, 92 

Clarson, Edw., 83; Jn., 11* 

Clarvis, Thos., 83; Wm., 83 

Clasper, Isaac, 26 

Clavering, Jas., 48, 48n; Ralph, 21 



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daxton, Geo., 122; Jn., 7*, 170; 

Robt., 136; T'hos., 78* 
Clay, Rich., 6; Thos., 6 
Clayton, Edw., 16; Geo., 61, 69, 

178; Jn., 61, 167; Ralph, 168; 

Robt., 58, 60, 63; Thos., 63, 112; 

Wm., 179 
Cleg, Rich., 145 
Clemett (Clement), Amb., 106; 

Cuth., 166; Fran., 106; Hen., 125; 

Jas., 69; Jn., 57, 59, 69, 70, 106*; 

Thos., 69 
Clenall, Wm., 38 
Clenn, Jn., 49; Wm., 49 
Clibbourne, Jn., 78; Rowl., 106 
Clifford, Jn., 83 
Clifton, Geo., 155; Gilbert, 135; 

Jas., 6; Jn., 67; Martin, 155; 

Robt., 179; Wm., 21, 67, 155, 173 
Clockey, Steph., 76 (see Cockey) 
Close, Cuth., 152; Nich., 185; 

Rich., 125 
Clough (Clugh), Chris., 36; Jn., 8; 

Luke, 51; Rich., 51; Robt., 8; 

Thos., 36, 194; Wm., 8 
Clow, And., 18 
Coates (Cotes, Kootes), Brian, 177; 

Chris., 79, 177; Fran., 94; Geo., 

78, 114, 115; Hen., 78, 175; Jas., 

20; Jn., 8, 10*, 61, 115; Mark, 

72; Math., 40; Nich., 177; Oliver, 

42; Rich., 162; Robt., 72, 83; 

Roger, 177, 188; Thos., 19, 46, 72, 

75, 150, 171, 176; Valentine, 177; 

Wm., 17, 20, 72, 149, 164 
Coatesworth (Coatesforth), Amb., 

73; Barthol., 72; Chas., 99*; 

Cuth., 99; Geo., 69, 101; Hen., 

139; Jacob, 99; Jn., 102, 103; 

Lane., 59, 99; Ralph, 95; Mr. 

Ralph, 166; Rich., 143; Robt,, 74; 

139; Thos., 21; Wm., 50, 102, 103 
Cobrath, David, 41 
Cock, Anth., 135; Geo., 115; Jn., 33, 

193; Rich., 94; Robt., 9; Wm., 

176 

Cocker, Robt., 51 
Cockerill, Robt., 177 
Cockfield, Chris., 160- Fran., 155; 

Geo., 64, 88*; Jn., 59, 80, 105*; 

Robt., 64, 113; Wm., 62 
Cookie ''Cockey), Jn,, 117; Nich., 58; 

Mr. Nich., 78, 78n (see Clockey) 
Cockson, Wm., 42, 150 (see Cookson, 

and Coxon) 

Codling, Thos., 131; Vaughan, 35 
Cordon, Edw., 128; Wm., 129 
Cole (Coal, Cowle), Chris., 89; 

Edw., 113; Fran., 8; Fen , 89; 

Jn., 52; Ralph, 89; Mr. Ralph, 16, 



16n; Rich., 18, 89; Mr. Rich., 17, 
17n; Robt., 25; Mr. Thos., 17, 
25, 52; Wm., 33, 52, 89, 92 

Coleman (Coulman), Jn., 36, 76; 
Rich., 92; Robt., 142; Wm., 77 

Colemore, Wm., 95 

College, Jas., 122; Thos., 158* 

Colley, Robt., 11 

Collier (Collyer), Edw., 135; Geo., 
135; Thos., 3, 33, 34, 40, 135, 137; 
Wm., 112, 113 

Colling (Collin), Cuth., 129; Geo., 
101; Hen., 57*, 81*; Hugh, 73; 
Jn., 10, 82*, 96, 101, 159, 166, 173; 
Mich., 72, 83*; Peter, 72, 74; 
Ralph, 82, 173; Rich., 64, 73, 78, 
173*; Robt., 173*; Simond, 71, 
83; Tho., 173; Wm., 96 

Collingwood, Chas., 150; Cuth., 58, 
103*; Geo., 101, 117*, 117n, 151; 
Mr. Geo., 144, 144?i; Hen., 47, 
190; Jn., 91, 117; Lowrance, 39, 
40; Martin, 117; Oswain, 91; 
Robt., 147, 150; Mr. Robt., 145, 
145n; Rowl., 2, 42, Thos., 117, 
191; Wm., 147; Mr. Wm., 145 

Collison, Math., 31; Ralph, 33; 
Thos., 109 

Colpats (Colpitt), Cuth., 98; Hen., 
128; Jn., 59, 99; Ralph, 99; Wm., 
99 

Colston, Fran., 113; Jn., 112 

Coltherd (Coltard), Geo., 190; Jn., 
171*; Thos., 72 (see Coulterd) 

Coltman, Jn., 69, 167; Nich., 123; 
Rich., 58; Thos., 171, 180; Wm., 
180 

Comendell, Jn., 128 

Comming (Comin), And., 61 ; Anth., 
107; Cuth., 14, 78, 151; Edw., 
139; Geo., 28, 68, 76, 130, 158; 
Jn., 61, 66, 107, 124, 170; Martin, 
138; Mich., 45; Nich., 31, 32*, 
78, 124; Ranold, 32; Robt., 3, 
16*, 32, 170; Simond, 107; Thos., 
14, 124, 138, 158; Wm., 16, 21, 
63, 158 

Compton, Jn., 89; Thos., 20 

Con (Conne), Jn., 80; Rich., 82 

Conley, Thos., 17 

Convers, Wm., 188 

Conyers (Corners), Jn., 5*, 184, 
184n; Mr. Jn., 130, 130n; Ralph, 
180; Sir Ralph, 182, 182n, 183; 
Rich., 12, 61; Robt., 180; Thos., 
182; Wm., 61, 180 

Cook (Koucke), Anth., 168; Chas., 
182; Cuth., 194; Edw., 41; Fran., 
10; Geo., 18, 24, 37, 134, 188; 
Hen., 54, 143; Hew., 54; Jas., 



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168; Mr. Jas., 178; Jeromy, 185; 
Jn., 10, 31, 36, 37, 46, 131, 138, 
169, 178, 182; Martin, 168; Mich., 
107., 188; Nich., 17; Ralph, 8, 13; 
Rich., 24, 37, 169, 182; Robt., 21, 
119, 135, 181, 182, 191; Thos., 5, 
37, 41, 46, 112, 134, 161, 169, 178, 
183; Valentine, 141; Wm., 64, 
94*, 128, 155, 169 
Cookson, Bryan, 21; Mr. Chris., 

126, 126n. 

Cooper (Cowper), Dan., 33; Geo., 
18, 135, 141; Hen., 193; Jerard, 
116; Jn., 61, 92, 112, 132, 137, 193; 
Math., 116, II6n, 118; Mr. Math., 
145; Rich., 8, 193; Robt., 2, 39, 
119, 119n, 142, 181; Sanders, 194; 
Tho., 36, 60, 128, 141; Mr. Thos., 

127, 127n 

Coopelan, Jn., 37; Rich., 37; Roger, 

37; Thos., 39 
Copland (.Cowpland), Fran., 134; 

Jn., 135; Lawr., 80; Peter, 52; 

Robt., 55; Wm., 148 
Copeman, Chris., 175, 175n; Renald, 

174 

Copperwoth, Bewis, 50 
Corbel, Rich., 152 
Corner, Anth., 181; Geo., 159; Hen., 

176; Jas., 97, 169, 175, 176; Jn., 

168; Math., 125, 169; Eich., 183; 

Robt., 77; Roger, 100; Rowl., 77; 

Thos., 169, 173; Wm., 132, 156, 

169, 183 
Cornforth, Jn., 84; Rich., 62, 84, 

123*, 125; Robt., 17, 63, 68; Thos., 

57*, 81*, 121; Wm., 62, 84, 163 
Corker, Rich., 185; Toby, 84 
Costin, Donkin, 151 
Cotman (Coultman), Robt., 143; 

Thos., 121 
Cotterall, Hen., 33; Jn., 33; Rich., 

33 
Coulson (Coleson, Colson), Anth., 

82; Brian, 67; Chris., 8, 171; 

Cuth., 24, 36; Fran., 20; Geo., 

122; Jn., 16, 17, 34, 36, 62*, 83, 

84, 107, 108*, 122*, 154, 158, 171; 

Jos., 15; Rich., 122; Steph., 36; 

Symond, 125; Ralph, 54, 109, 171; 

Robt., 10, 25, 36, 76, 122, 169; 

Thos., 16, 35, 46, 51, 54, 76, 108, 

109, 124, 151, 158; Wm., 10, 14, 

15, 54, 108, 125, 171 
Coward (Cowart), Humph., 88, Jn., 

78*, 88, 193; Robt., 165; Thos., 

156, 165; Wm., 173 
Cowburn, Geo., 189; Robt., 189 
Cowell, Anth., 188 
Cowheard (Cow'hird), Anth., 154; 



Geo., 74; Jas., 180; Jn., 87, 155; 

Rich., 180; Robt., 155; Symond, 

172; Wm., 154 
Cowling (Cowlin), Chas., 87; Jn., 

87; Rich., 86; Roger, 180; Simon, 

182; Thos., 86; Wm., 180 
Cowlepas, Thos., 95 
Cowlye, Jn., 181 
Cowpus, Thos., 79 
Cowtas, Robt., 176 
Coulterd (Cowterd), Ecke, 82, Eter, 

83; Jas., 134; Jn., 54; Nich, 176 

(see Coltherd) 

Cowtman, Ralph, 67; Rich., 68* 
Cowton, Fran., 74 ; Jn. , 73 ; Ralph, 72 
Cox, Robt., 70 
Coxon, Mr. Anth., 30; Geo., 30; 

Jn., 51, 136; Rich., 51; Robt., 

189; Thos., 18 
Cozens (Cosins), Dr., 58; Jn., 51, 

101; Robt., 102 
Cradock (Crodock), Anth., 73; 

Chris., 72; Jn., 61, 180; Robt., 

180; Tim., 61; Wm., 61 
Craggs, Geo., 46, 129, 142; Hen., 

168; Jas., 55, 168; Jn., 14, 96, 

109; Math., 129; Rich., 41, 46, 

63*, 94; Robt., 63, 168; Simond, 

181; Thos., 6, 11, 46, 52, 108, 169; 

Wm., 63, 181 
Craister, Jn., 188 
Craiston, Oliver, 17; Rich., 18 
Crake, (Craike), Jn., 136; Mark, 

41; Robt., 191 
Cram, And., 24; Wm., 178 
Crampton, Jas., 188 
Cran, Wm., 11 
Craven, Jn., 10; Wm., 17 
Craw, Chris., 67, 107; Edm., 37; 

Geo., 168, 185; Jn., 17, 58, 64, 89, 

182; Ralph, 185; Robt., 169; 

Thos., 26, 67; Wm., 11, 94, 169 

(see Crow) 
Crawforth (Craforth), Chris., 189; 

Cuth., 95; Edw., 87; Geo., 49, 

188; Hen., 191; Jas., 95; ,ln., 11, 

49, 59, 93, 183, 184, 189, 191; 

Leo., 191; Luke, 183; Mich., 43; 

Rowl., 35, 189; Thos., 37, 88, 190; 

Wm., 8, 21, 87, 88, 191 
Crawhaw, Geo., 27; Hugh, 101; Jn., 

102*; Thos., 102 
Crawshaw, Rich., 61 
Creighton (Krighton), Anth., 38; 

Raph, 52 
Crisp, Arth., 150; Thos., 189; Wm., 

193, 194 

Croan, And., 51; Jn., 46 
Croft., Chris., 69; Jas., 69; Rich., 

69; Thos., 70 



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rofton, Jn., 127; Nich., 8; Rich., 

8; Simon, 46; Wm., 128 
Crookeburn, Jn., 53 
Crookes, Geo., 147; Jas., 132; Jn., 

31, 132; Ralph, 116; Rich., 139, 

147; Robt., 48, 131; Wm., 48, 58, 

110, 150 

Cropper, Robt., 107 
Crosby, Chris., 8; Clem., 21; Hen., 

21, 86; Jas., 97; Ralph, 17; Robt., 

10, 82; Wm., 19 
Crosfield, Jn., 71 
Crosley, Bryan, 177;* Chris., 177*; 

Jn., 93, 145, 177, 191; Thos., 177, 

188; Wm., 177 
-Crowe, Jas., 189; Thos., 176; Wm., 

190 (see Craw) 
Crozier (Crosier), Mr. Geo., 94*, 

94n; Jas., 50; Robt., 49, 50* 
Cruderss (Crowdish), Arch., 17; 

Jas., 20 

Crust, Rich., 192 
Culley, Fran., 156; Jn., 92, 92n, 

97, 165; Robt., 159, 178*, 185; 

Tho., 64, 174 
Cundam, Robt., 113 
Cundill., Chris,, 82 
"Cunningham, Fran., 81; Geo., 116, 

183; Jas., 21 
Curies, Fargee, 20 
Curry, And., 51, 129; Edw., 8; 

Chris., 61; Geo., 109, 122, 124; 

Hen., 8; Jas., 190; Jn., 51, 61, 64, 

136, 158, 189; Luke, 7; Ralph, 9, 

60; Rich., 122; Rowl., 112; Thos., 

10, 51, 165; Vol., 112; Wm., 61 
Curtess (Curteous), Ralph, 43; 

Robt., 18; Wm., 113, 114, 115 
Curtpenny, Geo., 108 
Curwen, Nich., 74 
Cusse, Tho., 86 
Cusson, Jn., 159*; Rich., 159* 
Cust, Wm., 176 
Cuthbert, Anth., 26; Edm., 54; 

Eman., 25; Geo., 4, 5, 46, 48, 114, 

170; Hen., 25, 38, 46; Je-sp., 193; 

Jn., 26, 47, 47n, 54; Margt., 47; 

Nathan., 26; Philip, 170; Ralph, 

50, 194; Rich., 33; Robt., 188; 

Thos., 8, 25, 26, 114, 170, 188; 

Wm., 13 
Cuthbertson, Edw., 38; Robt 73- 

Steph., 38*; Wm., 183 
Cutter, Jas., 13 
Cuttie, Wm., 188 
Cytterne, Robt., 156 



Dack, Jn., 84, 



Dagleish, And., 50; Anth., 193; 
Bartram, 36, 37; Chris., 41; 
Fardin., 190; Geo., 43, 51; Jas., 
37; Jn., 2, 41, 42, 50, 51, 53; 
Rich., 51; Robt., 35; Thos., 49 

Daker (Bakers), Anth., 160; Brian, 
93; Jas., 29; Jn., 185; Thos., 64 

Dakins, Mr. Wm., 124, 124n 

Dalby, Edw., 107 

Dalderby, Jn., 190 

Dale, Anth., 174; Mr. Anth., 127, 
127n; Edw., 117, 117n; Geo., 32, 
117, 117n, 145; Jas., 174; Jn., 177; 
Ralph, 117; Robt., 33, 177; Wm., 
174 

Dalton, Anth., 18, 49; Edw., 17; 
Geo., 10; Jn., 19, 49; Nich., 49; 
Ralph, 49; Thos., 49; Wm., 48 

Dalston, Thos., 126 

Danbey, Mr. Jn., 32 

Band, Jn., 24 

Danlopp, Geo., 17 

Darcie, Sir Wm., 118 

Darling, Jn., 12, .21; Rich., 8; 
Robt., 12 

Darlington, Wm., 69 

Darnell, Jn., 29, 30, 31; Robt., 53; 
Thos., 28, 30; Wm., 28*, 30* 

Darnton, Humph., 139; Jn., 85,106; 
Ralph, 97; Rich., 92, 137, 138, 139, 
140; Robt., 85, 97, 144; Thos., 12; 
Wm., 85 

Darrin, Thos., 17 

Daumer, Jn., 172 

Davenport, Robt., 191 

Davids, Owen, 149 

Davie (Davy), Chris., 9; Edw., 193; 
Geo., 9, 192; Hugh, 194*; Jn., 
194; Martin, 13; Nich., 177; 
Robt., 192, 194; Thos., 46, 193; 
Wm., 46, 194 

Davis, Wm., 144 

Davison (Davidson), And., 42; 
Anth., 40; Chris., 124; Dan., 120, 
156; Edw., 53, 156- Gaweu, 188; 
Geo., 8, 19, 131, 156*, 182; Guy, 
42; Jas., 70, 133, 188, Jn., 6, 26, 
28, 41, 43, 120, 122, 131, 136, 138*, 
139, 140, 155, 158, 170, 191; Jos., 
167; Marm., 62, 167; Math., 51, 
189; Mich., 49; Miles, 19; Ralph, 
20, 23, 51, 52*, 156*, 159, 176; 
Mr. Ralph, 167, 167n; Rich., 9, 
26, 49, 52, 124, 131, 154; Ringe, 
42; Robt., 18, 69*, 136, 156*, 176, 
182; Thos., 9, 10, 13, 77, 150, 151, 
154, 179, 188, 189, 190, 194; Mr. 
Thos., 175, 175n; Wm., 17, 23, 52, 
150, 179, 181, 192 

Dawkinge, Jn., 60 

14 



210 



Dawson, Chris., 52; Cuth., 112, 184; 

David, 24; Gawen, 191; Geo., 9, 

64, 101, 102, 191; Hen., 10, 36; 

Jn., 21, 36, 43, 69, 70, 109, 128, 

151; Sam., 64; Eich., 81, 131; 

Eobt., 129; Thcs., 23, 45, 48, 51, 

55, 62, 87, 88, 122, 123*, 131, 174; 

Wm., 29, 51, 82, 94*, 96, 127, 

129*, 191 

Dawton, Mich., 66; Philip, 159 
Day (Dayes), Hen., 21; Jn., 18*, 

151, 152; Ealph, 133; Eich., 19, 

41; Wm., 190 
Dayley, Sam., 21 
Deadburie, Godfrey, 101 
Deamster, Wm., 24 
Deanham (Denham), Anth., 57, 84; 

Franc., 155, 167; Geo., 171; Jn., 

57*, 85*, 94; Martin, 93; Eich., 

24, 185; Eobt., 85*; Eoger, 179; 

Eowl., 177; Thos., 41; Wm., 81, 

82, 85 

Deanus, Geo., 52 
Deanye, Eich., 170 
Dearham, Geo., 177; Jn., 123; 

Lance., 28 
Deavevy, Pat., 35 
Denminge, Jn., 61 
Denning (Dennin), Hen., 11; Jn., 

52, 147; Eich., 33 (see Dinnon) 
Dennis, Cuth., 21; Wm., 82, 102 
Dennison, Amb., 74; Chris., 69; 

Geo., 61, 74; Giles, 74; Gryffin, 

74; Jn., 74; Wm., 165 
Denno, Thos., 46 
Dent, Bryan, 75; Chris., 75, 98, 

124; Gascoyne, 183; Geo., 86, 87, 

161, 162*, 183; Jas., 105; Jn., hi, 

75, 84, 99; Math., 48, 87; Mich., 

98; Ealph, 72: Eobt., 74, 86, 90; 

Talbot, 98; Thos., 73, 87; Wm., 

74, 75, 78, 177 
Denton, Chris., 164; Edw., 129; 

Jas., 18, 132; Jn., 50; Mr. Peter, 

28, 28n; Eich., 84; Thos., 134, 

180; Wm., 112, 134 
Deper, And., 191 
Derection, Thos., 170 
Devise, Jerard, 71; Jn., 71, 72; 

Math., 74; Eeynold, 71; Eobt., 71 
Dickon, Chris., 57, 93; Edw., 91; 

Thos., 156 
Dickinson, Hen., 34, 89; Jas., 187; 

Jn., 26, 58, 107*, 108, 145, 152, 

188; Luke. 125; Eich., 112, 128; 

Simond, 107; Thos., 191; Wm., 89 
Dickison (Dickeson), Chris., 182 

Geo., 82; Jn., 81; Math., 48; 

Ealph, 65, 123; Thos., 33, 49, 82, 

124 



Dicksou, Alex., 23; Chris., 9, 27; 
Edm., 42; Geo., 42, 116; Jn., 23, 

, 42, 135, 150, 155; Nich., 23; 
Peter, 23; Eich., 24, 42; Thos., 
23*, 124; Wm., 28 (see Dixon) 

Dikes, Eobt., 7 

Dilliefoule, Eich., 152, 152n 

Dilworth, Thos., 37*; Wm., 37 

Dineby, Gilbert, 114 

Dinnon, Edw., 194; Mark, 194; 
Eoger, 193 (see Denning and 
Dyning) 

Dinsdale, Anth., 105; Chris., 105; 
Jn., 105; Thos., 105; Wm., 105 

Dirickson, Alex., 112, 151 

Ditchburn, Cuth., 17, 129; Edw., 
24; Jn., 36, 192; Ealph, 33; Thos., 
24, 30; Wm., 23, 30 

Dixon, Anth., 58, 110; Chas., 51; 
Chris., 13, 58, 89, 99, 129; Cuth., 
17, 125; Francis, 17, 101; Geo., 
190; Hen., 27, 113; Hugh, 145, 
Jn., 6, 12, 17, 28, 35, 51, 58, 77*, 

89, 102, 103*, 109, 112, 125, 148, 
171, 191; Marm., 157; Matthias, 
67; Mich., 101; Nich., 114; Peter, 
62*, 99; Steph., 42, 170; Ealph, 
61, 145; Eenold, 9; Eich., 37, 46; 
Eobt., 9, 10, 15, 52, 67, 124, 143, 
169; Eowl., 42; Thos., 18, 36, 46, 
73, 102, 125, Mr. Thos., 79; Wm., 
37, 38, 64, 89, 101, 108, 109, 113, 
114, 115, 124, 136 

Dobbie (Dobby), Geo., 24 ; Eich., 49 

Dobbin, Anth., 166; Eich., 173; 

Steph., 163; Thos., 166; Wm., 70 

Dobbison (Dobbinson), Anth., 66, 

89; Chris., 89; Fran., 107; Geo., 

122, 143, 155; Hen., 21: Jn., 21, 

66, 77; Ealph, 10; Eobt. 68; 

Thos., 58, 125, 151; Wm., 70, 77*, 

90, 107* 

Dobson, Abram., 17; Anth., 49, 129, 
180; Chris., 61: Cuth., 133: Fran., 
63; Geo., 41, 73, 135: Hen., 21; 
Jas., 119, 141; Jn., 20*, 74, 84*, 
121, 138; Luke, 19: Mich., 19. 38; 
Nich., 48, 133; Ealph, 50: Eich., 
51, 93, 94, 134; Eobt., 84, 94, 122, 
135, 137*; Thos., 48, 72, 84, 94*, 
122; Wm., 74, 84, 94 

Doccar, Math., 68 

Dockanby, Wm., 40 

Docker, Thos., 75 

Dockley, Jn., 87; Eobt., 80 

Dodd, Anth., 37: Bartram, 2, 39; 
Fran., 52; Gawen, 5: Geo., 37, 
52; Jas., 14; Jn., 36*, 38, 39, 52: 
Lyonel, 49; Martin, 10; Eobt., 
37*, 52 Wm., 2, 37*, 39 



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Dodds, Anth., 25; Chris., 180; Geo., 

24, 41, 158; Hugh, 124; Jn., 17, 

55, 188; Mich., 53; Nich., 44; 

Eowl., 19; Steph., 42; Thos., 6; 

Win., 52, 176 
Dodgson, Clem., 3; Geo., 6; Jas., 

6; Jn., 184*; Nich., 185; Thos., 

32, 184; Wm., 184 
Dodsworth, Mr. Anth., 184; Thos., 

113 

Does, Jn., 24 
Donkin, Jas., 176; Jn., 24, 59; 

Eobt., 25 
Donnison, Cuth., 190; Jas., 194; 

Wm., 48 

Doores, Geo., 42; Wm., 42 
Dorman (Dormant), Lance., 29; 

Ralph, 55; Eobt., 29; Thos., 55*; 

Wm., 29, 52, 55 
Dossey (Dassey), Abra., 177; Anth., 

178; Jn., 151; Thos., 151; Wm., 

151* 
Dotchant (Dochant), Anth., 11; 

Jn., 11; Ralph, 181; Robt., 181 
Dotchen, Jn., 136, 141; Nich., 138; 

Wm., 138 

Doughty, Hen., 167, 167n 
Douglas, Abram., 135; Geo., 190*; 

Jn., 135, 189*, 190; Math., 137; 

Mich., 36; Thos., 135, 139, 189; 

Wm., 189 (see Duglas) 
Dove, Chris., 78; Robt., 179; Wm., 

138 

Dowker, Thos., 27* 
Dowfoot, Cuth., 109; Rich., 11; 

Robt., 109 
Downes, Bryan, 61; Geo., 62; Hen., 

65; Jn., 61; Lampton, 66; Ralph, 

61*; Wm., 65 
Dowson, Anth., 38; Chris., 135; 

Geo., 21, 109; Hean., 11; Hen., 

99; Jn., 23, 9, 60, 89, 90, 129, 

170; Peter, 145; Rich., 33, 99; 

Robt., 89; Roger, 99; Thos., 89, 

99, 135, 157; Wm., 38, 89*, 99, 

145 
Dowthwhait (Do'uthat, Douthfoot), 

Barnard, 106*; Cuth., 75; Geo., 

77*; Jn., 57, 64, 77*, 96, 97*, 106; 

Ralph, 76*; Rich., 69, 78; Robt., 

70, 107; Steph., 77; Thos., 70, 76, 

77, 78; Wm., 59, 76*, 106 
Draper, Mr. Hen., 86, 86n; Mr 

Tim., 86 

Draver, Rich., 131 
Drew, Jn., 11 
Drewett, Thos., 49 
Dry beck, Rich., 62 
Dryden (Driden), Anth., 11; Edw., 

189; Geo., 34, 41, 193; Jn., 34; 



Ralph, 188; Rich., 33; Wm., 11, 
50, 193 

Duard, Garrard, :iO 

Duckett, Jn., 122, 167; Thos., 2; 
Robt., 92, 96, 110; Wm., 110 

Dudde, Jn., 192, 192n 

Dudley, Toby, 39, 39n 

Dughall, Chris., 2') 

Duglas, Jn., 128; Rich., 18; Thos., 
20 (see Douglas) 

Duington, Jn., 106 (see Ovington) 

Duison, Thos., 4 

Dum, Jn., 11 

Dunber, Wm., 194 

Duncome, Dr., 57 

Duning, Jn., 79; Leo., 171; Rich., 
81; Sidericke, 82 

Duncon (Dunkan), Dr. Eleazar, 91, 
91n; Jn., 88, 88n, 89, 89n, 90, 
90n; Wm., 89 

Dunn (Done), Barnard, 168; Chris., 
82; Edw., 113, 165*; Geo., 9, 48, 
63, 146; Hen., 24, 82, 145; Jas., 
96; Jarrard, 97; Jn., 14, 42, 63, 
70, 96, 165, 168*, 188; Lance., 
165; Mark, 188, Martin, 96; 
Mich., 168; Nich., 40; Philip, 
145; Raph, 77, 165; Rich., 42, 
63, 152, 165, J68; Robt., 96, 99, 
145, 164, 179, 180; Roger, 109, 
114; Thos., 53, 82, 124; Wm., 18, 
24, 45, 145 

Dunwill, Thos., 83 

Durham, Jn., 25, 38; Philip, 25; 
Thos., 25 

Durie, Gilbert, 187, 187n 

Duris, Jn., 126, 126n 

Duxberry, Nich., 130; Simon, 76 

Dyning, Cuth., 20 (see Dinnar, 
and Denning) 



Bales, Chris., 152, 172 

Ealeson, Rich., 151 

Earle, Geo., 189; Jn., 182; Robt., 

182; Ihos., 125 
Earnshaw. Sam., 109 
Easterby, Jn., 11, 147, 147n, 148; 

Rich., 40; Robt., 151 
Eastgate, Anth., 61, 83; Wm., 72 
Eastwood, Anth., 188 ; Rich., 190, 191 
Eblson, Math., 61 
Ebbuts, Phil., 121, 121n 
Eden (Arms), 56; Chris., 154; Edw., 

87; Mr. Gaseoign, 154, 154n ; 

Hen., 87; Jn., 57, 67, 88*; Ralph, 

84, 177; Mr. Ralph, 67, 67n; 

Robt., 60, 67; Thos., 82; Wm., 

167, 168 



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Edger, Jn., 52 ; Ralph, 69 ; Rich., 69 
Edington, Geo., 188; Jn., 190 
Edkar, Wm., 167 
Edmond, Moses, 193 
Edmonston, Hen., 191 
Edrington, Chris., 145; Hen., 165; 

Jn., 148; Rich., 132; Robt., 132 
Edward, Amb., 73, 74; Jn., 73, 98; 

Thos., 19, 181 
Edwood, Robt., 33 
Ed worth, Jn., 36 
Eggleston, Alex., 22; Chris., 23; 

Geo., 66, 146; Jn., 121, 124; 

Lane., 23; Math., 22, 23; Mich., 

5, 22, 23; Nich., 23; Rich., 164; 

Robt., 22, 28; Thos., 156; Wm., 

22, 146 
Eland, Hen., 101; Philip, 14 (see 

Blonde) 

Elcott, Lane., 46 
Elden, Hen., 165 
Elder, Jn., 23 
Elfinton, Geo., 49 
Elgison, Jn., 177 
Elgy, Hen., 69; Jn., 81; Law., 82; 

Rich., 144 

Ellens, Roger, 102 ; Thos , 102 
Ellerbie, Geo., 18, 21 
Ellerintcn, Robt., 28 
Ellerton, Jn., 85 
Elletson, Anth., 177 
Ellett (Eliot), Dan., 48; Fargus, 

26; Geo., 30*; Jas., 51; Jn., 8, 

26, 30; Martin, 50; Robt., 49; 

Simond, 51; Wm., 11, 26, 50 
Ellenor, Anth., 158; Brian, 140; 

Chris., 141; Hen., 155; Jn., 107; 

Ralph., 167; Wm., 114 
Ellis, Ralph, 20, 191 
Ellison, Edw., 136; Qeo., 117; Jn., 

117; Rich., 193; Thos., 38, 131, 

132; Wm., 51, 141 
Elonde, Hen., 11 (see Eland) 
Elrington, Jn., 78; Thos., 101, 125; 

Wm., 125 
Elson, Jn., 37 
Elstob, Amb., 69; Anth., 181; Mr. 

Chas., 182; Chris., 70; Cuth., 83; 

Geo., 84; Hen., 70, 83; Mr. Hen., 

127, 127n; Jas., 174; Jn., 165*, 

180, 181*; Ralph, 19; Rich., 55*, 

70, 165*; Robt., 164, 179, 181; 

Thos., 77; Toby, 125; Wm., 186, 

180 

Elston, Ralph, 169; Robt., 18 
Eltringham, Jn., 63; Thos., 145 
Elves, Ralph, 11 
Elwin ^Elwan), Amb., 86; Arth., 

72; Math., 87; Perce., 86; Rich., 

79, 86; Wm., 86 



Elwood, Jn., 101, 102, 131; Math., 

102, 172; Rich., 101; Robt., 37 
Emerson, Anth., 123*; Arth., 50, 

72, 73, 102, 103* ; Bryan, 98, 101 ; 
Chris., 71, 102, 184'; Cuth., 73, 
103*; Edw., 13; Francis, 36, 168; 
Geo., 44, 48, 57, 89, 95, 102*, 
103*, 173, 185; Godfrey, 132; 
Hen., 84, 109; Jas., 20; Jn., 
26*, 33, 50, 59, 69, 74, 76, 
89*, 94, 99, 101, 102, 103*, 109, 
110, 124, 163, 180, 181; Law., 81, 
184; Lionel, 101, 102; Martin, 
76; Nich., 71, 102, 125, 179; Peter, 
59; Ralph, 20, 101, 102*. 103, 110; 
Rich., 63, 110; Robt., 49, 82, 103, 
108, 128, 165, 185, Rowl., 101, 102; 
Simon, 184; Thos., 16, 50, 59, 63, 

73, 74, 81, 84, 92. 102*, 103*, 107, 
128, 165, 173; Mr. Thos., 127, 
127n ; Wm., 10, 19, 63, 101, 102*, 
103*, 125, 129, 181 

Ene^lebee, Wm., 20 

English (Engles), Robt., 19; Thos., 

87; Wm., 113' 
Engrave, Jn., 176 
Eple, Thos., 46 
Errington, Anth., 35, 176; Arch., 

145; Edw., 37; Geo., 19, 48; Hen., 

37; Hugh, 123; Humph., 128; 

Jn., 33, 165*; Mr. Jn., 163, 163n; 

Math., 51; Nich., 164; Robt., 13, 

151; Roger, 37; Thos., 49, 87; 

Wm., 13, 36, 58, 87 
Esbe, Chris., 169 
Etherington, Jn., 129; Thos, 126 
Ettis, Jn., 68; Lance., 68 
Eure, Mr. Ralph, 157, 157n; Mr. 

Wm., 157, 157n 

Evans, Geo., 114; Jn., 66; Wm., 108 
Everindon, Jos., 160 
Eward, Hen., 44 
Ewbank (Ubank), Anth., 116; Mr. 

Hen., 99; Jn., 167; Mr. Toby, 99, 

99n ; Tho., 77; Wm., 167 
Ewens, Martin, 51 
Ewerth, Jn., 45 



Faeskt, Geo., 37 

Faille, Jas., 49; Ralph, 49 

Fairbarn, Bart., 37; Jas., 122; Leo., 

184; Thos., 28, 55 
Faire, Philip, 51 
Fairlam, Hen., 35; Wm., 36 
Fairley, Mark, 191; Ralph, 188 
Fairless (Ferryless, Farrelas), 

Chris., 113; Edw., 113; Hen., 129; 

Jas., 124, 128*; Math., 113*; 



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Philip, 128; Reinold, 113; Rich., 

110, 128, 147 
Fairnton, And., 55 
Paldon (Fauldon), Anth, 23; Hen., 

23; Harm., 69; Rich., 70; Eobt., 

69 

Fallowfield, Edw., 135 
Farbrick (Farbridge), Edw., 169; 

Jas., 13; Jn., 45, 67; Kalph, 70; 

Rich., 46; Thos, 46 
Fargison, David, 189; Wm., 190 
Farley, Rich., 19; Thos., 19 
Farnaby, Jas., 135 
Farmer, Chris., 171; Geo., 171; Jn., 

146, 171, 190 
Farray (Fariah, Ferrar), Anth., 

110; Peter, 6; Thos., 113; Mr. 

Thos., 163, 163n 
Farrow (Ferrow), Anth, 58, 76*; 

Clem., 147; Franc., 61; Geo., 2, 

39, 134; Hen., 146; Jn., 76, 97, 

104, 132, 146, 157*; Harm., 133; 

Math., 51; Rich., 51, 104, 106; 

Robt., 104, 133;Rowl., 151; Thos., 

54, 106; Win., 11, 104, 145 
Farside, Jn., 148 
Fatherley, Robt., 151; Thos., 4; 

Wm., 9 

Favors, Thos., 189 
Fawcett, Chris., 158; Edw., 107; 

Jn., 3, 33, 34; Osw., 57, 81; Reg., 

74; Robt., 57, 85, 85n, 152, 181; 

Roger, 138; Rowl., 94; Wm., 146 
Fawcus, Cuth., 194; Jn., 194; Rich., 

194; Robt., 10; Thos., 192, 193, 

194; Win., 194 
Fawdon., Anth., 24, 77; Chris, 182; 

Cuth., 86; Geo., 62; Hen., 40, 58, 

78; Jas., 16, 18; Jn., 76, 78, 96; 

Nich., 76; Ralph, 77; Rich., 76; 

Robt., 182; Tho.s., 49, 86, 96; 

Wm., 37, 76 
Fawell, Anth., 129; Edw., 128; 

Fran., 67, 107; Jn., 20; Rich., 

24; Robt., 107*; Robt., 128; Wm., 

20, 78 

Feales, Amb., 20 
Featom, Jn., 87 (see Fleatham) 
Feindie, Robt., 36 
Feldis, Amb., 21 
Fell, Edw., 112; Geo., 113; Jn., 18, 

112, 165*; Mich., 185; Rich., 52; 

Robt., 112, 117*, 118, 165 
Fenny, Sam., 171; Wm.. 171 
Fenton, Edw., 180; Sim., 122 
Fenwick, Cuth., 24, 52; Edw., 21; 

Geo., 124, 192. 192n, 194; Jarrerd, 

192; Jn., 13, 18; Lance., 190; 

Mark, 187; Mich., 17, 51, 95; 

Philip, 71; Ralph, 114; Ranulph, 



10; Robt., 7, 13, 19, 20, 114- 

Thos., 19, 95; Tresty, 53; Steph., 

114; Wm., 3, 4, 69, 184, 188, 194; 

Mr. Wm., 6, Qn 

Ferraby, Ralph, 170; Sander, 170 
Ferry, Cuth., 97; Franc., 97; Hen., 

131; Jn., 29, 181; Steph., 8; 

Thos., 28, 97; Wm., 2, 29, 30* 
Fetherston, Cuth., 102; Franc., 102; 

Geo., 101, 162; Hen., 101; Jas., 

172; Jn., 81, 101, 102*, 103*, 165; 

Lionel, 102; Mich., 103; Nich., 

102*; Philip, 135; Ralph, 102, 

103*; Rich., 144; Robt., 102; 

Thos., 8, 103, 137, 165; Mr. Wm., 

76 

Fetherstonhalghe, Mr. Jn., 101 
Fetters, Ralph, 42 
Fewle, Oliver, 189 
Fewler, Anth., 178; Cuth., 177; 

Edw., 93, 177; Hen., 106; Humph., 

64; Jn., 57, 63, 70, 155, 177*; 

Roger, 177; Symon, 155; Thos., 

112, 122, 155, 156; Wm., 58, 176, 

178, 179 

Few lew, Jn., 69 
Fewster, Anth, 14; Cuth., 14; 

Humph., 58; Jn., 4, 14*; Nich., 

58; Rowl., 14; Wm., 14 
Fidler, Allan, 95; Wm., 58 
Field, Wm., 33 
Fieldhouse, Chris., 37, Edw., 61; 

Jn., 102; Tho., 36 
Finch., Hugh; 156; Jn., 155; Peter, 

155, 156; Robt., 155, 156; Toby, 

156 

Finkell, Jn., 159 
Finley, Chris., 181; Jn., 87; Leo, 

17; Luke, 87; Robt., 80, 170; 

Wm., 67 
Firby, Wm., 75 
Fish, Cuth., 134; Geo., 10 
Fishburn, Geo., 22; Humph., 18, 

176; Jn., 182 
Fisher, Rich., 21; Robt., 123, 126; 

Thos., 52, 128*; Wm., 48, 153, 

153n 

Fissick, Jn., 143 
Fitz Williams, Darcy, 135 
Fleck, Chris., 170; Jn., 155, 170; 

Rich., 40; Wm., 170 
Fleming, Hen., 19; Jn., 18, 20; 

Robt., 62; Nich., 62; Thos., 62 
Flemis, Jas., 10 
Fletcher, Chas., 7; Edw., 19; Jn., 

8, 13, 26, 58, 78, 165, 180; Josias, 

40; Law., 4, 8, 14; Nich., 2, 30*, 

31, 76, 113, 150; Ralph, 9, 151, 

180; Randall 21; Rich., 8*; Robt., 

8, 76, 180; Wm., 26, 80 



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Fletham (Fletum), Anth., 177*; 
Jn., 159; Nich., 177; Rich., 8, 
126; Thos, 94, 177; Wm., 94, 177 
(see Fetham) 

Flint, Thos., 29* 

Flower, Hen., 11 

Forcer (Focer, Forser) Barnaby, 
127; Geo., 146; Mr. Jn., 126, 
126n; Pet., 12; Thos., 146 

Fogard, Robt., 190 

Fogg, Edw., 109; Thos., 110 

Fogger, Edw., 41 

Foggett, Jn., 9, 131; Math., 46; 
Mich., 185; Thos., 46 

Foggin (Foggan), Anth., 102; Jn., 
124; Nich., 76 

Follansby, Hen., 77, 89; Jn., 74; 
Robt., 76*, 89 

Forbies, Mr. Pat., 116 

Foreman, Anth., 185; Thos., 44 

Foreside (Fawside), Pat., 190; 
Franc., 188; Jn., 188; Rich., 191; 
Thos., 188; Wm., 50 

Forrest, Chris., 76; Geo., 25; Jer., 
10; Jn., 25, 48; Pare., 179*; 
Rich., 76, 176; Robt., 148; Thos., 
70; Walter, 69; Wm., 162, 179* 

Forst, Mark, 42 

Forwood, Jn., 92 

Fosse, Wm., 175, 176 

Foster (Forster), Anth., 33; Chris., 
19, 121, 139; Cuth., 19, 39; Fran., 
15, 113, 147; Mr. Fran., 3, 3n; 
Geo., 20, 36*, 107, 112, 114, 131, 
138 140, 145, 180, 191; Gyles, 59, 
59n, 75, 75n; Hen., 19, 37, 38, 
39, 58, 77, 114, 146; Humph., 78; 
Jas., 139, 151; Jn., 6, 10, 16*, 19, 
23, 33, 38, 39, 46*, 77, 97, 113, 
114, 117*, 118, 122, 131*, 150*, 156, 
176, 179, 188, 190, 191; Law., 19; 
Leo., 46; Mark., 136; Marm., 179; 
Martin, 131, 135; Math., 33, 136; 
Mich., 32, 96, 150; Nich., 128; 
Peter, 39; Philip, 146; Ralph, 
178, 191; Rich., 10, 16, 19, 48, 102, 
129, 131, 146, 169; Robt., 39, 44, 
45, 63, 96, 124, 131, 140, 149, 151, 
185; Roger, 134, 190; Symond, 38; 
Thos., 10, 23, 33*, 36, 42, 46, 48, 
77, 104, 112, 117*, 118, 122, 136*, 
185; Wm., 38, 62, 77, 107, 119, 
129 132 136, 137, 150, 156, 179 

Fothergill, Jn... 72*; Thos., 71 

Pother ley, Jn., 134 

Fotheringham, Anth., 39; Jn., 42; 
Thos., 43 

Fowler, Jn., 163; Wm., 167 

Fox, Fran., 162; Law., 108; Rich., 
22 



Foxton, Thos., 189 

Francis, Jas., 162 

Frank, Bennet, 24; Jn., 138 

Franklin (Frankland), Cuth., 104; 

Jn., 106; Rich., 28; Wm., 59, 106 
Frame, Roger, 52; Thos., 49; Wm., 

49 

Freeke, Lance., 90 
Freeming, Jas., 176 
Freer, Chris., 174; Jas., 112; Jn., 

18, 71; Wm., 17, 116 
French, Arth., 13; Chris., 129; 

Geo., 79*, 79n; Mr. Geo., 59; 

Hen., 181; Jas., 41; Jn., 129; 

Rich., 167; Robt., 13; Steph., 3, 

22; Thos., 128; W T m., 2, 37, 39, 55 
Freville, Gilb., 119, 119??; Mr. 

Nich., 180; Mr. Rich., 181, 181n 
Frey, Cuth., 19 
Friend, Geo., 18; Jn., 51, 77; Ralph, 

78; Thos., 77 
Frisby, Thos., 183 
Frith, Jn., 91 
Frizzle (Frissle), Jn., 42, 43, 123, 

130; Robt., 125; Thos., 123, Wm., 

123 

Frost, Geo., 191; Nich., 38 
Frood (Froud), Jn., 117; Robt., 117 
Fruin, Franc., 170 
Fryer, Rcbt., 141 
Fulburne, Jn., 19 
Fuller, Jn., 188; Thos., 188 
Fulthorp (Fowtropp), Chris., 53; 

Mr. Clem., 184; Jn., 19, 21, 141; 

Ralph, 18; Wm., 143, 144 
Fuster (Fuister), Cuth., 97; Edw., 

76; Geo., 97*; Jas., 76*; Jn., 77, 

97; Nich., 78; Rich., 28; Thos., 

97, 104; Wm., 76 
Furnas, Wm., 49 
Fyers, Peter, 190 

G 

Gaines, Mr. Chris., 95, 95n; Fran., 

95; Jn., 125; Wm., 125 
Gainforth, Cuth., 67; Jn., 67, 87; 

Robt., 68; Vincent, 173; Wm., 

67, 139* 
Gaire (Gare, Gayre), Jas., 62; Jn., 

15*, 62, 192; Martin, 78; Simond, 

52; Thos., 193; Wm., 52, 76 
Gaites (Gaytes), Jas., 176; Jn., 171; 

Robt., 173; Wm., 173 
Gallam, Hen., 178 
Gallaley, Cuth., 32; Jn., 16, 28*; 

Math., 13; Nich., 25, 28, 45; 

Robt., 28, 32; Thos., 28*; Wm., 

28, 168 

Galley, Geo., 21 
Gallon, Thos., 83 



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Galloway, Jn., 113 

Gammond, Jn., 24 

Gamsbie, Amb., 143; Thos., 112 

Gantley, Cuth., 101 

Ganton, Jn., 150; Robt., 151 

Ganston, Roland, 192; Wm., 191 

Garbut, Jn., 162; Robt., 161, 162*; 

Thos., 67 
Gardner (Gardiner), Edw., 32; 

Rich., 32, 148 
Gardon, Cuth., 188 
Garfoot, Anth., 10, 35; Jn., 107, 

108, 109, 138; Rich., 109; Robt., 

74; Thos., 10; Wm., 109 
Gargrave, Anth., 65, 68; Jn., 136; 

Mark, 78; Math., 144; Ralph, 65, 

136; Rich., 67; Wm., 65; 
Garmison, Jn., 87; Wm., 87 
Garmonsway, Anth., 65; Rich., 100, 

173; Thos., 100* 
Gar mouth, Rich., 21 
Garner, David, 41; Hen., 133; Jas., 

24 
Garnett, Benj., 71- Geo., 84; Jn., 

83, 176; Martin, 187; Mr., 161, 

I61n; Robt., 191; Rowland, 191; 

Swinhoe, 191; Wm., 83*, 177, 179 
Garrett, Cuth., 33*; Wm., 55 
Garry (Garrie), Anth., 67; Geo., 

100: Jn., 100*; Rich., 100; Wm., 

100*, 159* 
Garth, Anth., 68; Edw., 70; Geo., 

65; Jn., 95; Mr. Jn., 86; Martin, 

70; Rich., 87; Thos., 68; Wm., 

58, 65, 68, 86, 95 
Garthan, Anth., 89; Chris., 101*; 

Geo., 109; Hu^h, 89; Jn., 64, 102; 

Ralph, 109; Thos., 80 
Garthrope, Jn., 171 
Gascoyne, Anth., 10; Mr. Fran., 14; 

Mr. Thos., 14 
Gaskin, Geo., 7; Jn., 131 
Gastell, Anth., 98; Hen., 76, 98, 129, 

181; Jn., 79; Rich., 99; Roger, 

98; Thos., 98; Uswin, 145- Wm., 

99 

Gatherd, Wm., 83 
Gautley, Cuth., 101; Jn., 61; Ralph, 

61 
Gayles, Luke, 175; Robt,, 19; Wm., 

19 

Gedline, Jn., 117 
Gelson, Cuth., 29; Edw., 156; Geo., 

29; Jn., 29, 77, 145; Rich., 11; 

Robt., 97, 126, 154; Thos., 97; 

Wm., 156 
Gent, Geo., 180; Jn., 112, 180; 

Mich., 156; Rich., 156., Robt., 

145; Vollentine, 152; Wm., 112, 

155 



Gentle, Wm., 132 

Gerry, Humph., 123 

Gibb, Arch., 24; Walter, 124 

Gibbon, Alex., 125; Anne, 68; 
Chris., 89; Geo., 144; Hen., 23; 
Jas., 54; Jn., 10; Ralph, 89; 
Thos., 18, 50, 89, 90; Wm., 17, 
66, 89* 

Gibson, Anth., 47; Bryan, 88; 
Chris., 20, 82, 132, 170, 171, 174, 
Cuth., 48, 70, 98*, 162; Edm., 
38, 193; Gawell, 36; Geo., 11, 94; 
Hen., 131, 151; Ingram, 102; 
Jas., 152; Jn., 7, 33, 38, 48, 63, 
69, 70, 77, 80*, 86, 93, 98*, 99, 
103*, 112, 123, 133, 143, 146, 151, 
173, 180, 182, 185, 191; Leo., 180; 
Marm., 192; Math., 27; Nich., 
141; Philip, 146; Ralph, 9, 98, 
99, 103; Rich., 8, 64, 80, 117, 154, 
192; Robt., 7, 42, 112, 135, 146, 
169, 180; Roger, 8, 99*, Steph., 
189; Thos., 18*, 32*, 33*, 51, 80*, 
92, 95, 98, 117; Wm., 7, 8, 21, 
94, 98, 103*, 151, 171 

Gifferson, Chris., 46; Robt., 86 

Gifford, Simond, 84 

Gilbert, Fran., 18; Jn., 19 

Gilchrist (Gilgriss), Geo., 42; Leo., 
49 

Gilder, Wm., 20 

Gill (Gyll, Gills), Jn., 91; Mr. Jn., 
91; Thos., 87; Mr. Thos., 124, 
124n; Wm., 61, 180, 193 

Gillery (Gyllery), Chris., 51; Edw., 
115;" Jn., 51; Robt., 82; Thos., 
2, 38, 39, 40; Wm., 113 

Gilley, Jn., 150 

Gillson, Thos., 49 

Gilpin, Issack, 125; Jn., 52; Nich., 

Ginning, Jn., 23 

Given, Rich., 191 

Gladders, David, 26 

Gladdow, Ralph, 24 

Glazenbey, Jas., 26; Rich., 13; 

Robt., 112; Wm., 13 
Glendinen, And., 7 
Glenn, Cuth., 77; Wm., 63 
Glover, Anth., 129; Geo., 172; Jn., 

72, 82; Nich., 74; Osw., 72; 

Robt., 73; Sam., 151; Thos., 72, 

176 

Godskirk, Cuth., 40; Jn., 41 
Gofton, Adam, 109; Jn., 40 
Golightly, Chris., 102; Cuth., 39; 

Geo., 36; Jas., 38; Jn., 42, 44; 

Ralph, 101; Robt., 101; Thos., 

41; Wm., 114 
Goldsbrough, Anth., 84; Jn., 84; 



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171; Ralph, 159; Thos., 57, 81; 

Win., 83, 112 
Goodbwin, Rich., 86 
Goodchild, Jn., 114; Ralph, 112; 

Robt., 147; 147n, 148; Wm., 151 
Goodfellow, Thos., 190 
Goodheire, Jn., 126, 127, 130; Mr. 

Thos., 127, 127n 
Goodson, Jn., 87; Rich., 85 
Goodwell, Jn., 93 

Gordon, Edw., 24 ; Geo., 84 ; Jas., 49 
Goote, Mark, 141 
Gorlin, Bartram, 6 
Gotterson, Thos., 190 
Goundry, Fran., 87; Jn., 88; Rich., 

88 

Gowdy, Jn., 49 
Gower, E., 103; Everard, 103rc; 

Eure., 103; Mr. Eure., 58; Rich., 

170 

Gower ley, Jas., 40 
Gowfe, Jn., 36 
Gowland, Amb., 67; Edw., 112; 

F., 8; Geo., 9*; Jas., 176; Jn., 9, 

54, 73*, 112, 126, 138, 174; Rich., 

33, 55, 67; Robt., 67, 124, 176; 

Thos., 54, 61, 112; Wm., 54, 60, 

77, 168, 185 
Gradom, Thos., 18 
Gradon (Graydon), Geo., 191; Jn., 

S3, 191; Robt., 190; Sam., 191; 

Wm., 190 
Graime (Grayme), Arch., 49; Chris., 

171; Cuth., 6; Dav., 172; Geo., 

146; Jn., 38, 52, 162; Nich., 20; 

Rich., 6; Thos., 6, 17 
Graiston (Grayston), Jn., 69, 70 
Gramton, Jn., 114 
Grange, Jn., 171; Robt., 102; 

Thos., 129 
Granger (Grainger), Amb., 71; 

Chas., 73; Cuth., 81; Edw., 152; 

Jn., 71; Math., 30; Ralph, 34, 

173; Rich., 40, 67; Thos., 40; 

Vincent, 87; Wm., 73, 173 
Grant, Jn., 43 
Graves, Robt., 106 
Gray (Grey), Alex., 39; Amb., 114; 

Barnard, 114; Chris., 84: Cuth., 

28, 37, 41, 91; David, 37; Edw., 

107, 154, 192*; Fran., 48: Geo., 

32*, 97, 104, 145; Hen., 191; Jn., 

11, 18*, 23, 26, 33, 97, 102, 122*, 

138, 136, 157; Maddison, 102; 

Martin, 54; Math., 38, 41, 141, 

155; Nich., 21, 36, 41; Peter, 39; 

Ralph, 10, 51, 133; Rich., 17, 37, 

173; Robt., 9, 43, 70, 84, 91; 

114, 145; Thos., 11, 23, 32, 33, 38*, 

41, 102, 111, 190 



Greasham, Jn., 88 

Greathead, Chris., 79; Jn., 80; 
Lowr., 94; Thos., 79; Wm., 92, 
177 

Greavson, Geo., 174; Jn., 167; 
Peter, 160; Rich., 96, 138, 167; 
Robt., 180; Rowl., 166 

Gregory, Jn., 82; Thos., 81 

Gregson (Grecson), Jn., 117, 180; 
Robt., 163; Thos., 169; Wm., 184, 
187, 187 

Green, Alex., 73; Chas., 107; Cuth., 
72; Geo., 53, 74, 77; Hen., 141; 
Humph., 107; Jas., 135, 167, 194; 
Mr. Jas., 115, 116; Jn., 20, 21; 
50, 92, 120, 151, 155, 192, 192/1, 
194*; Mark, 193; Martin, 83; 
Nich., 17, 120; Peter, 151; Philip, 
175, 194; Ralph, 170; Rich., 36, 
151, 194; Robt., 42, 46, 176; 
Symond, 145; Thos., 2, 101, 151, 
190, 194; Wm., 21, 33, 193 

Greenacre, Hen., 112 

Greenburie, Wm., 173 

Greenhaugh, Chris., 2; Jas., 2 

Greenhead, Earth., 42 

Greenoe (Grenay), Anth., 37 ; Chris., 
37, 39; Clem., 37; Geo., 37; Jas., 
37, 39; Jn., 37*, 39; Rich., 37*, 
Thos., 37*; Wm., 26*, 37 

Greenoro, Jas., 40 

Greenside, Thos., 193 

Greenwell (Grinwell), Abram., 180; 
Anth., 31, 109; Cuth., 124; Fran., 
110; Geo., 37, 55, 134; Jas., 78; 
Jn., 13, 28*, 30, 31, 36, 44, 48, 73, 
90, 93, 109, 148; Math., 108. 109; 
Nich., 31; Peter, 29; Ralph, 30; 
Rich., 28, 125; Robt., 4, 13, 14, 
28, 30*, 31, 59, 78, 89, 90, 109, 
136; Sam., 59, 89, 90*; Thos., 10, 
28*, 30*, 58, 78, 90, 107, 109*, 
124; Wm., 10, 21*, 23, 30*, 78, 90, 
107, 108*, 109 

Greeson (Grezon, Greceson), Dan., 
52; Geo., 121; Rich., 184 

Grendey, Jn., 8; Tho., 8 

Grenell, Hen., 157 

Grener, Jn., 13 

Grensword, Lane., 101; Rich., 101; 
Robt,, 101; Thos., 101; Oswold, 
17 

Gretham, Hen., 82 

Grice (Gryce), Geo., 37; Osw., 61; 
Ralph, 109 

Griffin (Gryffine), Geo., 127; Jn., 
189, 191 

Grime, Geo., 131 

Grimshaw, Jn., 95; Sam., 95 

Grindon, Anth., 109 



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Grinley, Jn., 188*; Bobt., 190 

Grinsett, Jn., 10 

Grove, Win., 114 

Grundy, Anth., 49; Chas., 41; Geo., 

2, 27; Thos., 150 
Grunwin, Thos., 164 
Gryndie, Eich., 129 
Guiler, Hector, 190 
Gnnn, Arth., 19 
Gunter, Hen., 190 
Gurdison, Jn., 112 
Gutherie, Philip, 25 
Guy (Gey), Geo., 158; Jn., 135; 

Nich., 158; Eobt., 135, 177; 

Thos., 84, 134, 150 
Guydon, Jn., 120, 120n 
Gyles, Rich., 69 



Habbe, Edw., 43 

Hackford, Geo., 62 

Hackforth, Chas., 76; Geo., 76; 
Lane., 76; Each., 76; Steph., 76; 
Wm., 76 

Hack wood, Wm., 52 

HackAvorth, Anth., 133; Jas., 137*; 
Jn., 104; Thos., 137; Wm., 101 

Haddock, Chris., 18; Jn., 13, 24, 
25, 79; Nich., 79; Philip, 143; 
Robt., 23, 33, 79, 114; Steph., 
135 ; Thos., 25; Wm., 45, 135 

Haddou, Geo., 182 

Hadrick, Ealph, 52 

Haemstron (Hamestron), Geo., 81; 
Eobt., 81; Simon, 82 

Haggerston, Osw., 37; Thos., 37 

Hagston, Thos., 180 

Haitely, Geo., 49 

Hale, Jn., 62; Eich., 62; Wm., 62, 
170, 171 

Hall, Adam, 107; Alex., 9; And., 
50; Anth., 17, 82, 144; Mr. Chas., 
130, 130 ; Chris., 54, 114, 174, 
174 ; Clem., 42: Cuth., 83, 103, 
138*, 139, 140, 146; Edw., 29, 82; 
Ferdinando, 101; Gabriel, 49; 
Geo., 11, 73, 85, 107, 113, 114, 135, 
144, 180; Hen., 59, 89, 90, 164; 
Humph., 82*; Jas., 18, 28, 126; 
Jerrard, 141; Jn., 12, 21, 28, 33, 
43, 44, 46*, 48, 52, 76, 83, 84, 103, 
111, 125, 131, 144, 146, 161, 169; 
Mr. Jn., 127, 127n, 129, 129n; Mr. 
Lodowick, 96, 96 ; Mark, 141, 
161; Martin, 7, 180; Math., 193; 
Mich., 83; Mr. Mich., 124, 124n; 
Mr. 161, 16l7i ; Nich., 7, 38, 144 3 
168, 169*; Noah, 10; Philip, 13, 
54; Ealph, 103*, 120, 120%, 136, 



143, 177; Mr. Ealph, 126, 126/i; 
Eich., 82, 123, 139, 193; Eobt.^ 
38, 41, 42, 43, 70, 84, 101, 138, 
144; Eoger, 12, 13; Eowl., 73, 
176; Tho., 9, 10, 13, 25, 26, 29, 
54, 85, 87, 89, 107, 125*, 157, 190; 
Wm., 6, 19, 21*, 29, 33, 49, 125, 
136*, 137, 139, 143*, 144*, 158, 
169, 176, 183, 194; Mr. Wm., 30, 

Halley, Jn., 125 

Halliday, Geo., 151; Hen., 11; Jn., 
11; Mich., 113; Peter, 108; Eich., 
152; Eobt., 151; Thos., 7; Wm., 
135 (see Hulliday) 
Halliman, Jn., 169; Peter, 175; 
Thos., 132, 156*; Thos., 175, 176; 
Wm., 167, 175 
Halliwell, Jn., 150* 
Halpeny, Eobt., 148 
Halsey, Hen., 125; Eoger, 36 
Hambleton, Claudius, 20; Wm., 41 
Hancock, Josuah, 191; Sam., 45*; 

Wm., 45 

Handley, Edm., 72 
Hangeshaw, Thos., 38 
Hann, Wm., 17 
Hannay, Jn., 84* 
Hansome, Anth., 91 
Hanson, Edw., 181; Jn., 181; 

Eobt., 181; Wilfrid, 181 
Harbert, Mr. Geo., 12; Ealph, 12 

(see Herbert) 
Harbeson, Jas., 127 
Harbottle, Geo., 32; Jn., 42, 48, 

115, 193; Ealph, 11; Eobt., 42, 

135; Wm., 49, 135 
Harburn (Hardburn), Jas., 179; 

Jn., 114, 179: Math., 179; Eich., 

173, Mr. Eich., 179, Eobt,, 179; 

(see Hartburn) 
Hardcastle, Jn., 152 
Hardde, Jn., 6 
Harding (Harden), Edw., 20, 104; 

Ealph, 47, 47w, 94; Eich., 20; 

Eobt., 47, 47n; Eoger, 79; Wm.,. 

59, 152 
Hardy (Hardie), Jn., 171; Mich., 

124'; Eich., 50, 194; Thos., 191 
Harewood, Barthol., 73, 74; Jas., 

71; Thos., 73 
Hargrave, Wm., 76 
Harkpr, Mark, 40; Math., 99; 

Eobt., 10 (see Herker) 
Harle, Gaveen, 135: Geo., 5, 24, 

43*, 46; Jn.. 24; Eich., 42; Thos., 

23, 41, 43; Wm., 42 
Harop, Thos., 180 
Harper, Cuth., 38; Edw.. 112, 189; 

Geo., 188; Jn., 148; Mortin, 64; 



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Roger, 46; Thos., 62, 77; Wm., 

62, 188 
Harper ley (Harpley), Anth., 178; 

Jn., 177*, 178; Nich., 61, 176; 

Robt., 161; Thos., 175, 177, 178; 

Wm., 61, 82 
Harragatt, Abram, 18 
Harrett, Edm., 190; Jn., 188; 

Tho,, 190; Wm., 19, 189 
Harrigald, Jn., 190 
Harrington, Robt., 139; Wm., 70 
Harrison (Herrison), Adam, 91; 

And., 180; Anth., 84, 99, 185; 

Barthol., 80; Chris., 14, 17, 25, 

58, 76, 80, 91*, 95, 102, 103*, 124, 

155; Cuth., 27, 58, 64, 106, 108; 

Diones, 93; Edw., 112, 135; 

Franc., 184; Gawen, 188; Geo., 

10, 41, 44, 51, 58, 61, 71, 74, 84, 

101, 103*, 131, 155, 168, 184, 187*; 
Hen., 50, 67*; Hugh, 167; 
Humph., 152; Jas., 26, 49, 50, 51, 
124, 170; Jn., 8, 12, 26, 33, 37, 39, 
57, 62*, 64, 70, 77, 82, 84, 87, 95, 
97, 99, 102*, 103*, 109, 112, 122, 
124, 125, 135, 163, 165,, 166, 170*, 
173, 178, 182*, 185, 189, 191, 192; 
Jos., 64; Lance., 83; Leo., 150, 
159; Lyonel, 48, 48/i; Martin, 19, 
21; Math., 17, 169; Nich., 49, 
107, 169, 176, 193; Perc., 176; 
Philip, 194: Ralph, 55, 63, 70, 

102, 103*, 175; Rich., 10, 42, 43, 
44, 47, 63, 99, 101, 125, 167, 172; 
Robt., 8, 25, 34, 45, 50, 51, 82*, 
113, 114, 135, 168*, 169*, 173, 185 ; 
Roger, 25, 34, 49, 55, 109: Bowl., 
17, 27, 34, 80, 101, 169, 177; Sam., 
42; Simon, 94, 184*; Steph., 145; 
Thos., 7, 11, 24, 34, 38, 50, 69, 74, 
84, 86, 91, 97, 105, 107, 120, 124*, 

130, 131, 133, 138, 168, 175, 176, 
177, 189; Wm., 10, 12, 23, 33, 35, 
51, 57, 63, 69, 70, 72*, 81, 84, 99, 
103*, 116, 124, 129, 131, 135, 136, 
142, 168, 169, 170, 174, 175, 180, 
183, ^ 183n, 184*, 187, 187n. (see 
Sarrison) 

Hart, Geo., 170; Jas., 131; Jn., 24, 

131, 132, 165, 170; Perc., 131, 185; 
Ralph, 165, 177: Thos., 170*, 177; 
Wm., 177, 178, 180 (see Heart) 

Hartburn, Thos., 179; Wm., 140 

(see Harburn) 
Hartgraves, Jas., 50 
Hartley, Cuth., 19, 110; Jn., 109; 

Martin, 76: Robt., 62 
Hartnesse, Thos., 173 
Harton, Jn., 43 
Harvy, Jn., 189 



Haslop, Cuth., 135; Jn., 165; Thos., 

150 (see Heslop) 
Hastie, Wm., 125 
Hastings, Edw., 21; Jn., 26*, Robt., 

21 
Haswell, And., 41; Geo., 135; Jas., 

41; Jn., 7, 36, 42, 158; Ralph, 7, 

8; Rich., 7*, 41; Robt., 96, 122, 

129, 158; Thos,, 20, 41; Wm., 36, 

114, 158, 170* 
Haswitle, Geo., 69; Hen., 69; Jn., 

70; Robt., 69; Wm., 69 
Hather, Jas., 19 
Hatton, Thos., 82 
Haugh, Edw., 21; Jn., 190 
Haughton, Jn., 25; Robt., 21 
Hauneby, Rich., 71, 171 
Hauxley, Geo.,- 37; Thos., 37 
Havel ie, Wm., 115 
Haviside, Rich., 61; Wm., 167 (see 

Heaviside) 
Hawdon, Chris., 64; Geo., 26, 129; 

Hugh, 89; Jn., 42, 90, 102; Mich., 

62; Robt., 40; Marm., 54; W T m., 

145 
Hawell, Jn., 69; Math., 77; Rich., 

185 

Hawkeson, Anth., 10 
Hawson, Robt., 76; Wm., 150 
Hay (Hey), Alex., 41, 43; Franc., 

114; Geo., 36; Robt., 25; Thos., 

114; Wm., 114 
Hayler, Anth., 52 
Hayning, Peter, 194 
Haythaite, Thos., 73 
Hayton, Geo., 82; Hen., 179 
Head (Heed), Geo., 17; Jn., 53, 64; 

Rowl., 53; Wm., 17 
Headlam (Eadlam), Geo., 109; 

Jn., 109; Nich., 99*; Rich., 37; 

Robt., 156 
Healey, Ralph, 17 
Heart, Geo., 158; Jn., 159 (see 

Hart) 
Heath, Jn., 119, 119r?, 144; Nich., 

132, 132 ; Parker, 122, I22n; 

Peter, 180; Roger, 8; Thos., 8, 

26, 122, 122* ; Mr. Thos., 122, 

122/i; Wm., 8 
Heaton (Heeton), Cuth., 193; Jn., 

6; Robt., 20; Wm., 6, 54 (see 

Hetton) 
Heaviside (Heviside), Chris., 77; 

Fran., 107; Hen., 67; Jn., 57, 66, 

82, 104; Rich., 58, 66*, 68; Thos., 

50 (see Haviside) 

Hebbron (Hebburn), Wm., 70, 151 
Heblesworth, Jas., 26; Jn., 26 
Heddon, Geo., 92, 145, 182; Jn., 61, 

92, 146; Law., 92; Robt., 95, 146; 



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Simon, 149; Thos., 61, 92, 146; 
Wm., 140 

Hedley, Chris., 121; Edw., 124; 
Geo., 16, 29; Jn., 28, 31, 38, 39, 
44, 52, 60, J02; Leo., 8; Mark, 
76; Miles, 38; Nich., 19; Ralph, 
140*; Robt., 36, 76, 122, 141; 
Rowl., 38; Thos., 18, 37*, 38, 39, 
136; Umfray, 23; Wm., 35, 38, 
125 

Hedrington, Geo., 144; Jn., 28; 
Eich., 143, 144; Eobt., 144; Wm., 
143, 144* (see Hethrington) 

Hedworth, Chris., 48, 4871,; Jn., 8, 
53, 53n ; Sir Jn., 12, 12 ; Marm., 
8; Ralph, 7, 8, 47, 47n; Mr. 
Ralph, 7; Rich., 7; Mr. Thos., 
7; Wm., 47, 47 ; Mr. Wm., 9 

Heeley, Geo., 19 

Hees, Rowl., 20 

Hegg, Steph., 57, 104, 104n 

Heginton, Geo., 9 

Heigh, Jn., 122; Robt., 180; Thos., 
70 

Heighfield, Jn., 122 

Heighington, Cuth., 80; Dan., 80; 
Geo., 80*; Hen., 94; Jn., 96, 128, 
181*, 183; Mr. Jn., 126, 126*; 
Robt., 13; Mr. Robt., 66; Thos., 
94, 108; Toby, 92; Wm., 96, 143; 
Mr. Wm., 125, 12571 

Heighley, Anth., 72; Chris., 105; 
Edw., 115; Franc., 97; Geo., 66; 
Jn., 66, 105, 115; Philip, 96; 
Wm., 57, 66, 69, 70 

Helcot, Chris., 84; Jn., 81, 84, 138, 
152; Thos., 152; Wm., 81 

Belmerow (Helmerah) Jn., 66; 
Thos., 137 

Hemler, Wm., 149 

Hemstey, Hen., 104 

Hen, Jn., 193 

Henderson, Earth., 193; Chris., 37, 
151, 193; Cuth., 101; Edw., 37, 
112; Franc., 11; Hen., 41; Jas., 
32, 165; Jn., 41, 46, 51, 112, 135, 
189, 190; Mark, 46; Nich., 193; 
Ralph, 11, 31, 190; Rich., 193; 
Robt., 18, 46; Roger, 7; Thos., 
19*, 21, 39, 193; Wm., 19, 29 

Hengill, Jn., 8 

Henmers, Robt,, 180 (see Hinemers) 

Henry, Cuth., 102 

Henshaw, Bryan, 19271, 

Heppell, Mark, 26; Robt., 134; 
Wm., 26, 151 

Herbert, Geo., 12; Ralph, 12 (see 
Harbert) 

Hermitage, Hen., 59 (see Armitage) 

Heron (Hearon, Herring), Arth., 20, 



Chris., 68; Geo., 51, 89~; Hen., 

194; Jn., 42, 177; Math., 177; 

Thos., 11, 178; Wm., 39, 96, 176, 

178 

Herker, Jn., 99 (see Harker) 
Herry, Jn., 129 
Hesley, Wm., 33 
Heslop, Cuth., 35; Edw., 10; Hugh, 

49; Geo., 128; Jas., 187; Jn., 129; 

Robt,, 109- Thos., 73; Wm., 127, 

129 (see Haslop) 
Hester, Jn., 89 
Hethrington, Geo., 25; Thos., 130; 

Wm., 25 (see Hedrington) 
Hett, Jn., 169*; Nich., 170, 171; 

Robt., 168, 169*; Tho., 169; 

Wm., 169* 

Hetton, Robt., 21 (see Heaton) 
Heward, Robt., 79 
Hewer, Geo., 105 
Hewetson, Anth., 49; Chris., 154; 

Cuth., 154; Jn., 5, 156; Ralph, 

52; Rich., 156: Robt., 10, 52; 

Roger, 23; Tlios., 154 (see Huet- 

son) 

Hewgill, Geo., 10- Wm., 10 
H-ewle, Hen., 38 
Heworth, Jn., 33; Ralph, 45 
Hewson, Rich., 84 
Hewth, Jn., 106 
Hick (Hix, Hickes), Chris., 139; 

Jn., 188; Melcher, 33; Ralph, 

190; Rich., 32, 34, 34?i; Mr. 

Rich., 3, 3n; Robt,, 190; Stephen, 

174 
Hickson (Hixon), Austin, 30; Chris., 

182; Geo., 69, 156; Gerrard, 57; 

Jarret, 69, 70; Jn., 69, 78, 81, 92, 

96, 131*, 138, 156; Mich., 131; 

Ralph, 84; Rich., 92, 129; Robt., 

18, 97*, 156; Roger, 91; Rowl., 

182; Thos., 57, 64, 69, 96, 97; 

Wm., 9, 81, 151 
Hidson, Edw., 38; Wm., 38 
High, Jn., 53 
Hildyard (Billiard, Hildred), Chris., 

55; Mr. Chris., 146, 146ra; Jn., 88, 

146; Nich., 88; Mr. Rich., 147, 

147/7 ; Thos., 86 
Hill (Hills), Geo., 86; Jn., 19, 80; 

Lance., 175; Rich., 7; Wm., 18, 

80, 132 
Hilton, Arth., 150; Franc., 95; Jn., 

32, 33, 115; Lance., 118, 1187?,; 

Ralph, 33, 46; Robt., 32*; Sam., 

113; Thos., 46: Wm., 20, 82, 150 
Hind, Ralph, 11; Wm., 124 (see 

Hynde) 
Hindmars (Hinemars), Cuth., 21; 

Geo., 39, 51; Nich., 101; Robt., 



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51; Wm., 157 (see Henmers, 
Hynmers) 

Hindson, Lionel, 26; Nich., 69; 
Rich., 82 

Hine, Jn., 27 

Hinks, Wm., 144 

Hird, Humph., 11; Jn., 82; Oliver, 
11 (see Hurd) 

Hirdman (Herdman), Jn., 46 ; 
Rich., Uln, 145; Thos,, 181; 
Wm., 171 (see Hurdman) 

Hirst, Hen., 175; Rowl., 20 (see 
Hurst) 

Hoanbill, Robt., 35 

Hoard (Hoord), Jas., 66; Jn., 155; 
Thos., 67; Wm., 44 (see Hood) 

Hobkirk, Jn., 50 (see Hopchurch) 

Hoblock, Robt., 100 

Hobson, Fran., 132; Geo., 97; 
Hugh, 129; Jas., 9; Jn., 9, 19*, 
97*; Mark, 94; Nich., 94; Parse., 
93; Ralph, 112; Rich., 85; Thos., 
57, 96, 97* 

Hodge, Jn., 6*; Mr. Jn., 30; Thos., 
114 

Hodgson (Hodson, Hotchson, Hod- 
shon, Hochson), Adam, 82 ; 
Albert, 45, 45n ; Anth., 50, 62, 
89*, 107; Chas., 39, 90; Chris.. 89, 
107*, 113, 163; Cuth., 78: Edm., 
82: Edw., 55, 57*, 81*, 86, 145; 
Eliz., 68; Franc., 12, 30, 150; 
Geo., 7, 9, 36, 63, 74, 75, 90, 91, 96, 
119, 173, 184*; Hen., 50, 50n, 97; 
Hugh, 89; Jn., 20, 24, 38, 55, 58, 
60, 63, 66*, 75, 78, 81*, 82, 89, 90, 
93, 101*, 107*, 145, 173, 180, 182; 
Mr. Jn., 30; Lance., 36, 64, 76; 
Leo., 10; Martin, 37; Mich., 125, 
133; Nich., 82; Ninion, 170; 
Peter, 65, 90, 180; Philip, 62; 
Ralph, 58, 68*, 73, 90*, 146, 156; 
Ranald, 162; Rich., 28, 45, 109, 
127, 129, 145; Robt., 9, 25, 30, 39, 
41, 45, 67, 73, 89, 90, 104, 170, 
180; Sir Robt., 24, 24n ; Thos., 38, 
43, 55, 60, 61, 66*, 67, 90*, 99, 
154, 156, 165; Vinson, 82; Wm., 
30, 45, 49, 50, 55, 61, 66*, 73, 78, 
84, 89, 106, 107, 169; Mr. Wm., 
24, 24/i, 

Hogg, And., 52; Anth., 23; 
Hartho-l., 97; Chris., 19; Fercf., 
74; Geo., 9, 146; Jas., 17; Math., 
15; Peter, 9; Reg., 17; Rich., 6; 
Thos.. 52; Wm., 20, 97 

Hoggard (Hoggett, Hoggart), Fran., 

66; Luke, 167; Wm., 170 
Hold (Hould), Anth., 69; Rowl., 69 
Holland, Jn., 67 



Hollis, Jn., 115 

Hollyday, Rich., 157; Wm., 134 
Hollyman, Rich., 166; Robt., 9 
Holmes (Holme), Adam, 112; Edw.,. 
9, 55; Geo., 113; Jn., 52; Martin, 

146; Math., 146; Ralph, 112, 146; 

Thos., 75, 93; Wm., 151 
Holt, Jn., 11; Wm., 11, 112 
Holtby, Lance., 139 
Holume, Jn., 41 
Hooburne, Allan, 38 
Hood (Heude), Edw., 38; Humph., 

63; Jn., 87; Rich., 158; Thos., 

87 (see Hoard) 
Hoope, Thos., 180 
Hooth, Ralph, 127 
Hopchurch, Hen., 134 (see Hobkirk) 
Hope, Franc., 172; Hen., 50, 133; 

Jas., 18, 190; Jn., 189; Nich., 24; 

Rich., 42; Robt., 133, 1.77; 

Roland, 192; Thos., 191; Wm., 66, 

136, 191 

Hopp, Rich., 104 
Hopper, Anth., 38, 108; Blas&e, 31; 

Chris., 66, 108, 145, 147; Cuth., 

26, 34, 58*, 97, 109; Edw., 16, 33, 

34, 145; Geo., 28; Hen., 19, 34, 

133; Humph., 15, 77; Jas., 38; 

Jn., 15, 27*, 29*, 32, 44, 45, 46, 

55, 108, 128, 133, 145, 146; Jos., 

63; Lance., 29; Mich., 45; Ralph, 

2, 27*, 129; Rich., 17, 37, 57, 62*; 

Robt., 26, 27, 29, 45, 51, 55, 66, 

147; Rowl., 29; Samson, 62; 

Simon, 166, 167; Steph., 18; 

Thos., 27, 31*, 77, 108, 124, 147; 

Wm., 77, 108*, 109, 117, 128 
Hordaran, Edw., 63 
Horn, Anth., 94, 109; Barthol., 72; 

Chris., 9, 71: Edm., 9; Edw., 9*; 

Franc., 71; Guy, 9, 98; Jn., 9*, 

20, 71, 72, 117, 150, 190- Math., 

72- Peter, 71, 98*; Rich., 49; 

Robt., 17: Thos., 3, 72, 98*, 117 
Homer, Nich., 167; Robt., 77; 

Thos., 96, 104; Wm., 18 
Hornesby, Chris., 45, 72; Edw., 27, 

84; Geo., 136: Nich., 136; Rich., 

48, 92; Thos., 45, 143; Wm., 144 
Horseman, Franc., 8; Geo., 80; 

Nich., 83: Ninus, 31; Wm., 101 
Horsley, Alex., 51; Mrs. Fortune, 

47, 477i ; Geo., 96, 119, 124; Jn., 

119, 170; Lemuel, 131; Owin, 174; 

Peter, 170; Robt., 109, 117; 

Thos,, 8, 26; Wm., 26,30 
Houdson, Wm., 97 (see Hudson) 
Houlden, Humph., 120; Thos., 61 
Houldsworth, Geo., 19 
Houstell, Tlios., 135 



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How, Geo., 19; Jas., 42; Pter, 107; 

Thos., 66, 68, 79, 89; Wm., 66, 

107 

Howard, Thos., 140 
Howburn, Robt., 6; Roger, 52 
Howetson (Howeston, Howitson), 

Edw., 70; Jn., 35; Robt., 38; 

Thos., 38, 193 
Howgill, Tho., 9 
Howgram, Robt., 114 
Howling, Wm., 120 
Howson, Robt., 135; Thos., 135; 

Wm., 48, 63 

Huard, Robt., 18; Wm., 16 
Hubberthorne, Robt., 144 
Hubberthwaite, Geo., 78 
Hubbuck, Geo., 156, 165*; Mich., 

151; Robt., 156*; Him., 121; 

Wm., 122 
Hudd, Thos., 191 
Hudsmaugh, Hen., 87; Robt., 141; 

Wm., 141 
Hudson (Hutson), Guy, 26; Jn., 6~2, 

74, 83, 106, 164, 175; Luke, 10; 

Math., 106; Philip, 62; Rich., 

165*; Roger, 83; Simon, 159; 

Thos., 151, 177; Wm., 83, 175 
Hudspeth (Hudspeck), Dan., 122; 

Gab., 19; Geo., 190; Jas., 37, 

158; Jn., 62, 113; Robt., 37, 38, 

61; Thos,, 109; Toby, 90; Mr. 

Toby, 128, 128n; Wm!, 28, 62* 
Huetson, Chris., 177; Geo., 173; 

Jn., 10, 17, 46; Thos., 131, 165, 

177 (see Hewetson) 
Huggan, Pat., 114; Thos., 115 
Huggeson, Geo., 71; Mich., 50 (see 

Hutchinson) 
Hugh, Law., 81; Peter, 93; Rich., 

81; Thos., 81 

Hugill, Geo., 82; Jn., 67; Wm., 122 
Huisson, Wm., 6 
Huiter, Anth., 17 
Huitse, Geo., 100 
Hull, And., 140; Franc., 171; Geo., 

127, 171; Hen., 76; Jas., 58, 

78; Jn., 29*, 76*, 144, 178*; 

Martin, 77; Math., 138; Mich., 

13, 77; Nich., 76; Ralph, 46, 58; 

Rich., 76; Roger, 102; Thos., 19, 

20, 29, 58, 76*, 78, 83, 156; Wm., 

62, 155, 194 

Hulliday, Jn., 11 (see Halliday) 
Fully, Geo., 83 
Humble (Homble), Alex., 33, 37, 

113, Chris., 26, 132; Cuth., 35, 

87; Edmund, 194; Geo., 123, 132, 

150; Jas., 148; Jn., 37, 49, 132, 

170, 189; Luke, ^3; Mark, 37; 

Nich., 23; Perc., 112; Rich., 170; 



Thos., 9, 36, 169, 170, 180; Wm.. 
6, 136, 142 

Hume, Geo., 194; Jn., 99 

Humphrey, Jn., 159; Robt., 159; 
Thos., 159; Wm., 92 (see 
Umphrey) 

Hunam (Hunham), Nich., 50 ; Rich., 
114 

Hundgats, Robt., 194 

Hunt, Rich., 17; Robt., 14; Mr. 
Robt., 4 

Hunter, Anth., 17; Cuth., 13, 18, 
31*; Edw., 5, 42, 43*, 132, 151; 
Geo., 43, 83, 146; Hen., 5, 46; 
Isaac, 43; Jas., 42, 145; Jn., 4, 6, 
31*, 32*, 63, 96, 125, 131, 150, 171, 
193; Mark, 118; Mich., 42*; 
Nich., 63; Ralph, 28, 29; Rich., 
48, 114, 170; Robt., 18, 29, 31, 58, 
97, 138, 139; Rowl., 27; Steph., 
91; Thos., 27, 31*, 32, 42, 96, 
170*; Wm., 31*, 32, 40, 63*, 129, 
131, 135 

Huntershele, Chris., 59, 89, 90 

Huntington, Geo., 156; Jas., 155; 
Jn., 156*; Reynold, 155- Thos., 
175; Wm., 155*, 156* 

Huntley, And., 114; Anth., 144; 
Edw., 41; Geo., 18; Hen., 132; 
Jn., 23, 193*; Nich., 113; Ralph, 
112, 144; Rich., 115; Robt., 44, 
54, 113, 150; Thos., 112, 144; 
Wm., 113, 143, 144 

Hurde (Huirde), Edw., 167; Geo., 
45; Jer., 9; Jn., 9; Nich., 9 
Rich., 108 (see Hird) 

Hurdman, Jn., 141; Wm., 141 (sec 
Hirdman) 

Hurst, Geo., 146; Jn., 146 (see 
Hirst) 

Husband, Jn., 150*; Thos., 172 

Hush, Alex., 193; Mich., 193 

Huskins, Robt., 37 

Hutchinson (Hutcheson, Hucheson), 
Anth., 124; Arth., 30, 191; Bryan, 
152; Chris., 71, 107; Mr., Chris., 
125, 125n,; Cuth., 21, 54, 125, 155; 
Mr. Cuth., 127, 127 ; Edw., 52; 
Fran., 59, 75; Geo., 74, 107, 152*; 
Gregory, 124; Hen., 157; Hugh, 
125, 129; Jas., 6, 17, 21, 74, 123, 
124; Jeremiah, 18; Jn., 20, 28, 
54, 69, 72, 78, 95, 120, 135, 155, 
157*, 158, 165, 181; Lance., 81; 
Leo., 30; Math., 152; Mich., 176; 
Nich., 126, 169; Ralph, 107, 119; 
Rich., 132, 152, 180; Mr. Rich., 
123, 123vi ; "Robt., 6, 18, 31, 115, 
121, 123, 155, 157, 181; Simon, 
165; Thos., 15, 26, 54, 85, 107, 114, 



115, 122, 123, 124*, 125, 131*, 155*, 

157, 158*, 175, 181; Toby, 52; 

Wm., 24, 27, 28, 44, 50, 72, 73, 

100, 101, 107, 123, 124*, 125, 127, 

152, 157, 158*, 177 
Huthert, Thos., 105; Wm., 105 
Button, Anth., 150; Cuth., 51; 

Edw., 194; Gilbert, 158; Mr. 

Hen., 3, 3w; Jn., 80, 112, 170*; 

Math., 74; Mich., 193; Ralph, 

108- Rich., 192, 194; Robt., 37, 

72, 87; Mr. Robt., 133*, 133n; 

Thos., 18, 87, 122, 155, 170; Tim, 

21; Wm., 37, 72, 73, 100, lOOn 
Huworth, Mich., 6 
Huxon, Jn., 10 
Hyenson, Hen., 28 
Hynde, Barthol., 72; Geo., 72; Jas., 

41; Jn., 72, 77, 151; Nich., 72; 

Robt., 73; Rowl., 72; Sam., 72; 

Wm., 6, 72 (see Hinde) 
Hyne, Jn., 113 
Hynenms, Edw., 151; Geo., 49; 

Thos., 51; Wm., 51, 70 (see Hind- 

me*rs, Henmers) 



Ibbeson, Wm., 123* 

He, Ralph, 30 ; Wm., 30 

Hey, Geo., 64, 77; Hen., 61, 63*; 

Jn., 28, 35, 77, 96, 181, 183; 

Ralph, 76; Rich., 48, 114; Robt., 

64, 77; Roger, 50; Thos., 63, 78; 

Wm., 77, 88, 135 
Ingleby, Jn., 129; Mr. Jn., 129, 



Ingledue, Mitchell, 162; Rdch., 171 
Ingram, Barthol., 125; Jn., 187, 

188: Robt., 10, 107, 125 
Ireland, Jos., 9; Rich., 113 
Ironside, Ralph, 133, 137; Wm., 30, 

133 

Lsaackson, Thos., 174 
Ron, Rich., 174 
Iveston, Jn., 28*, 180; Marm., 171 



Jack, Osw., 37 

Jackson, Alex., 28; Allen, 71; 
Anth., 58, 77, 78*, 88, 109- 
Barnard, 163; Chris., 46, 49, 55, 
73, 101, 162; Cuth., 16, 21, 41, 55, 
77; Edmond, 130; Edw., 114: 
Francis, 28; Gabriel, 77; Geo., 13, 
49, 76, 77, 78, 95, 166, 179, 183; 
Hen., 29, 78, 101, 109, 148; Hugh, 
107; Jas., 54, 168, 183; Jn., 7, 
10*, 12, 13*, 19, 22, 227i, 43, 49, 



55*, 63*, 72, 77, 78, 84, 87, 89, 
95, 101, 102, 107, 120, 123, 124, 
131, 133, 162*, 166, 168, 172, 184, 
185, 187, 191; Mr. Jn., 3, 11, 93; 
Lane., 9, 28; Laur., 181; Leo., 159; 
Mark, 11, 42, 77; Marm., 40; 
Martin, 10; Mich., 77, 137; Nich., 
97 ; Philip, 158 ; Ralph, 13, 20, 42, 
89; Rich., 2, 48, 49*, 50, 53, 113, 
114, 124, 132*, 185, 188; Robt., 17, 
28, 40, 49, 77, 87, 136, 152, 162, 
187, 187^ ; Sam., 191; Simond, 2, 
28, 30*; Steph., 187, 187^ Thos., 
40, 50, 62, 64, 67, 76, 78*, 80, 128, 
131, 132, 137, 152, 158; Walter, 
1.22; Wm., 19, 28, 43, 48, 51, 52, 
58, 63, 77, 83*, 87, 105, 107, 109, 
114, 125, 152, 185* 

James, Edw., 36; Hen., 19; Lance., 
20; Rich., 136; Robt., 84; Wm., 
143 ; Mr. Wm., 2, 2n 

Jameson, Rich., 131; Robt., 129, 
131; Roger, 36; Wm., 141 

Jarrett, Thos., 18 

Jar vis (Jervase), Jn., 99, 114; 
Ralph, 112 

Jeckell, Jn., 154*, 177*; Robt., 154, 
177; Rowl., 177; Thos., 177*; 
Wm., 177 

Jefferey, Thos., 18 

Jefferson, Franc., 170; Geo., 150; 
Hen., 175; Jas., 66; Jn., 66, 131, 
163, 175, 176*, 179; Mr. Jn.. 162, 
162/j,; Myles, 176, 179; Nich., 176; 
Phil., 176; Rich., 54, 175, 179; 
Robt., 79, 160, 162, 163, 176*; 
Roger, 176; Steph., 54; Thos., 
48, 163*, 176*; Wm., 21, 61, 156, 
163, 175, 176 

Jenkin, Law., 188 

Jenkinson, Geo., 190 

Jenneson, Mr. Jn., 95*, 95n; Wm., 
53, 53n 

Jennin, Jn., 51 

Jennis, Jn., 189 

Jerome, Jn., 107 

Jerrard, Jn., 11 

Jerratt, Fran., 13 

Jewett (Juett), Abram., 13; Geo., 
109; Math., 13; Roger, 82 

Jobber, Fran., 88 

Joblin, Edw., 45; Geo., 45; Jn., 2, 
68, 173: Mich., 2; Nich., 45; 
Robt., 17, 44; Thos., 44; Wm., 45 
(see Jopling) 

Jobson, Alex., 114: Dandy, 47; 
Hen., 52; Jn., 188, 193; Mich., 
199- Wm., 50. 19^ 

Jobve, Rich., 169, 175; Robt., 169 

Johns, David, 177 (see Jones) 



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Johnson, Ambrose, 60, 105*; And., 
20; Anth., 8, 36, 117, 134, 184; 
Arth., 151; Chris., VO, 91; Cuth., 
181- David, 49: Edw., 6, 10, 20, 
21; Geo., 18*, 40, 66, 102, 136, 
165, 184, 189; Hen., 18, 21, 24, 83, 
101, 159, 180; Hendry, 122; Jas., 
83; Jn., 6, 8, 9*, 14*, 30, 36, 43, 
44*, 50, 61, 70, 99, 106, 111, llln, 
115, 117, 124, 125*, 126, 152, 152n, 
159, 160, 171, 174, 177*, 179; Mr. 
Jn., 4*; Jos., 189; Leo., 74; 
Lyonel, 28; Marm., 61; Martin, 
11; Mich., 28, 123, 136, 141; Mr. 
Mich., 130, 130n, 147, 147 ; 
Nich., 39, 185; Osw., 76; Perc., 
21; Ralph, 99, 101, 165, 181; 
Rich., 6, 12, 15, 36, 42, 74, 82, 92, 
99*, 122, 131, 135, 159, 169, 173, 
181, 185*; Robt., 31, 39, 41, 42, 
61, 66, 67, 69, 78, 105, 117, 129, 
165, 171, 182, 184*, 185; KowL, 
102; Sam., 151; Steph., 21; 
Symond, 176; Thos., 52, 78*, 84, 
99*, 101*, 112, 113, 126, 134, 146, 
180, 185*; Tim., 171; Toby, 124; 
Wm., 9, 16, 18, 24, 36, 45, 90*, 91, 
113, 116, 125, 130, 130n, 132*, 
141/1, 151, 155*, 161*, 164, 169, 
172, 177 

Jolly, Cuth., 35; Fran., 68; Jn., 
6, 28; Wm., 2, 9, 35, 39 

Jones (Johnes), Rich'., 61; Thos., 92 
(see Johns) 

Jopling, Alex., 39; Anth., 14; 
Chas., 39; Edw., 12, 30, 32; 
Geo., 8, 12; Hugh, 146; .Jarard, 
39; Jn., 13, 28, 34, 39, 109, 110, 
145, 146, 150; Lance., 29; Marm., 
180; Mich., 12, 30*, 139; Nich., 
55; Perce., 109; Ralph, 24; 
Rich., 15, 37, 108; Robt., 13, 16*, 
38, 108, 128, 181- Thos., 13, 14, 
29, 76, 180; Wm., 28, 37, 38, 39 
(see Joblin) 

Jordan, Geo., 29; Jas., 101; Robt., 
98; Wm., 29, 79 

Jowsey, Jas., 191 

Joyner, Wm., 87 

Joyse (Jovce), Roger, 43; Wm., 6; 
Mr. Nich., 133, 133n 

Judson, Franc., 181; Robt., 141 

Jurdison fJordison), Chris., 132, 
165; Cuth., 131; Geo., 122; Jn., 
131; Rich., 131, 132, 169; Robt., 
131, 132; Wm., 122, 131, 168 

Jurdon, Jn., 64, 80 

Justice, Chris., 91; Geo., 91; 
Silvester, 150; Thos., 91; Wm., 83 

Juxon, Jn., 10 



Kagill, Robt., 52; Wm., 52 
Kay, Geo., 65; Jn., 134; Robt., 94; 
Thos., 135, 183; Wm., 65 (see 
Cay, Key) 
Kearfcon (Kearston), Barthol., 158; 

Chris., 185; Cuth., 150; Hen., 
84; Jas., 102; Jn., 94, 117; Nich., 

185; Ralph, 185; Rich., 94; 
Robt., 158; Simon, 158; Wm., 175 
Keddie (Keddy), Mich., 72; Thos., 73 
Kedlam, Robt., 135 
Kedling, Robt., 91 
Keenlyside, Jn., 121, 126, 128; 
Math., 51; Rich., 145; Thos., 125 
Kege, Jn., 61 
Keime, Robt., 190 
Kelham, Gab., 113 
Kelioe, Thos., 36 
Kell, Anth., 25, 27; Geo., 35, 45, 

77; Jerrard, 73; Jn., 19, 150, 160; 

Osw.y 150; Robt., 38, 114; Thos., 

185; Wm., 150 
Kelly (Kellie), Jas., 59, 99, 99n; 

Tho., 10; Wm., 190 
Kelsey, Robt., 80; Thos., 24 
Kemjsh, Peter, 190: Rich., 189; 

Wm., 188 

Kemp, Rich., 128; Thos., 129 
Kendall, Anth., 167; Chris., 131; 

Edw., 100; Geo., 132; Jn., 131; 

Thos., 94; Wm., 131 
Kendroe, Rich., 190; Thos., 189 
Kennatte, And., 26; Geo., 50; 

Ralph, 50 (see Kennet) 
Kennet, Jn., 35, 35n; Wm., 138, 

138/1 (see Kenatte') 
Kent, Robt., 122; Thos., 50 
Kernes, Robt., 25 
Key, Barthol., 97; Chas., 178; 

Cuth., 97; Franc., 97; Hen., 181; 

Jas., 137; Jn., 37, 113, 124; Luke, 

96; Rich., 97; Robt., 80, 96, 97, 

190: Thos., 96, 97, 178; Mr. Wm., 

129, 129 (see Cay, Kay) 
Keysey, Geo., 17 
Kidd, Jn,, 194; Robt., 88 
Kilbura, Hen., 107; Rowl., 171 
Killerby, Thos., 36 
Killinghall, Franc., 93; Jn., 91, 

9ln: Mr. Wm., 174, I74>n 
Killminney, Robt., 42 
King, Edw., 71; Jas,, 155, 156; Jn., 

17, 19, 129; Robt., 193; Roger, 

41; Steph., 40; Thos., 136; Tim., 

128*; Wm., 84; Mr. Wm., 130, 

130 

Kinke, Robt., 84 
Kipling, Bryan, 72; Edw., 72; 

Gab., 17; Geo., 72, 76; Jn., 20, 



224 



73, 87; Leo., 72; Lionel, 75, 99; 

Perc., 72; Eobt., 71, 72; Sam., 

95; Steph., 136; Thos., 72, 75; 

Wm., 99 
Kirby (Kyrebie), Cuth., 123; Geo., 

119, II9n; Jn., 148; Mr. Jn., 15, 

15n; Eobt., 135; Mr. Eoger, 15, 

15n 

Kirke, Martin, 141 
Kirkham, Eobt,, 69*; Wm., 69 
Kirkhouse (Kirkas), Anth., 26, 35; 

Jn., 26, 97, 125; Thos., 37, 48, 97, 

104; Wm., 26 
Kirkley (Kyrkley), Cuth., 29, 109; 

Franc., 30; Geo., 30*, 147; Jn., 4, 

31, 32, 97, 108, 116, 125, 147; 

Nich., 27; Peter, 28; Eobt., 30, 

108, 146; Thos., 28*, 30, 108, 129; 

Wm., 30, 147 
Kirkman, Chris., 54 
Karksley, Cuth., 146 
Kirkup, Jas., 193 
Kirsop (Cirsopp), Jn., 36, 39, 49; 

Ninion, 171; Eich., 171; Thos., 

36, 171 

Kirston, Symon, 158 
Kirtley, Geo., 147; Eich., 126; 

Eobt,, 34, 124 
Kirton (Cirton), Cuth., 63, 114; Jn., 

192, 192n ; Eich., 51; Eobt., 100 
Kitching, Franc., 176; Jn., 93, 106, 

131; Mich., 54; Eobt., 177; 

Thos., 33; Wm., 176 
Knaggs, Alex., 15; Cuth., 124; 

Hen., 138; Jn., 114, 139*; Eobt., 

114, 124; Thos., 62, 124 
Kneustop, Edw., 80 
Knight, Jn., 194; Eobt., 194: 

Thos., 193 
Knops, Eobt., 20 
Knott, Nich., 82; Thos., 145; Wm., 

170 

Knowles, Edw., 3 
Kripe, Thos., 83 



Laburn, Anth., 30; Chas., 39; 

Cuth., 180; Jas., 27, 39, 48; Jn., 

27, 44*, 48, 109, 113 ; Josias, 2, 27, 

30*, 31; Nich., 27. 39- Eobt., 37; 

Thos., 27*; Wm., 34 (see Leyburn) 
Laburne (Lay bourne), Wm., 89, 158* 
Lacie, Thos., 112 
Lacke, Eobt., 19 
Lackenby, Jn., 77; Nich., 176; 

Eobt., 185; Thos., 82, 156; Wm., 

165* (see Leakenbie) 
La Cock, Wm., 52 
Ladler (Laidler), Geo., 112, 134; 

Jas., 40, 42; Thos., 48 



Ladley (Laidley), Jn., 63; Nich., 

129*; Eobt., 8; Thos., 7; Wm., 19 
Laing (Layng, Lange), Chris., 19; 

Hen., 145; Jas., 45; Jn., 13, 143, 

151, 158; Math., 37; Pat., 42; 

Eich., 62; Eobt., 13; Eoger, 36; 

Thos., 62 (see Lane, Lange) 
Lakinge, Eobt., 178 
Lamb, Chris., 42, 66, 94, 129; Edw., 

14l7i, 169; Hen., 42; Jn., 42, 64, 

66, 120, 128, 141, 150, 167; Lance., 

179; Mich., 92, 180; Perc., 66; 

Ealph, 142, 171, 182; Eobt., 145; 

Eoger, 180; Steph., 42; Thos., 31, 

66, 138*, 180, 190; Wilfrid, 120; 

Wm., 40, 45, 120, 141, 146, 167, 

182, 188 
Lambert, Edw., 76; Gilb., 86; 

Hen., 13; Jn., 25, 110, 131*, 132, 

177; Ealph, 158; Eobt., 132, 165; 

Eoger, 181; Wm., 177 
Lamblay, Thos., 171 
Lambson (Lamson), Alex., 3; Jn., 

109; Maior, 61; Wm., 28 
Lambton (Lampton), Hen., 10; Jn., 

136, 142, 142n,; Mr. Ealph, 8; 

Eobt., 133, 161; Mr. Eobt., 162, 

1627i; Thos., 113; Wm., 91; Mr. 

Wm., 13*; Sir Wm., 135 
Lancaster (Lancheshire, Lankaster), 

Mr. Hen., 86, 86n; Hew., 36; 

Jn., 11; Mr. Lance., 86; Eowl., 

86; Thos., 95 (see Longkester) 
Lanckton, Wm., 16 
Landener, Jn., 26 
Lander, Anth., 170 
Lane, Eobt., 138; Thos., 122 (see 

La.ing) 

Langevan, And., 35; Jn., 38 
Langhorn, Hen., 64; Jn., 64, 89, 

106; Eich., 61; Eobt., 106; Wm., 

89 
Langley, Mr. Geo., 10, 33; Eich., 

170 
Langstaff, Brian, 60; Hen., 69; Jn., 

29, 61*; Mich., 31; Ninian, 87; 

Ealph, 63; Eich., 102; Eowl., 

124; Thos., 61, 62, 98*; Wm., 67 

(see Longstaff) 
Langstreth, Barnard, 171; Jn., 84*; 

Eoger, 84 

Langton, Jn., 87; Math., 87 
Langue, Tho., 63 
Lashe, Jn., 77 
Lasinby (Lazenbie), Mr. Gascoyne. 

159, 159/i; Jn., 59, 99; Wm., 114, 

172 

Lassells, Jas., 190, 191 
Lattimore (Lattymor), Jn., 172; 

Math., 55 



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Laugh, Jas., 26 

Laverick, Chris., 37; Jn., 24; Low., 
169; Eich., 2, 19, 36, 37, 39, 170; 
Wm., I56n 

Law (Lawes), Anth., 81; Cuth., 20; 
Edw., 142; Geo., 13, 25, 45, 67; 
Hen., 36; Jas., 49, 119; Jn., 13, 
20, 21, 25, 155, 156, 180, 191, 194; 
Martin, 25; Math., 19; Nath., 
191; Nich., 191; Peter, 190; 
Ralph, 13*; Eich., 13, 17; Robt., 
49, 155*, 156; Roger, 120; Thos., 
7, 45, 49, 62, 190; Wm., 7, 17, 
25, 30, 134, 154, 155*, 158 

Lawrence,, Jn., 135, 155; Robt., 156; 
Symon, 155; Wm., 135 

Lawson, And., 11; Anth., 20; 
Chris., 52, 101; Gawen, 40; Geo., 
36; Hen., 41, 86, 101, 173; Jas., 
50; Jn., 14, 28, 39, 57, 69, 70, 85, 
93, 113, 173, 193*; Lance., 21; 
Law., 82; Math., 36; Mich., 14; 
Philip, 38; Ealph, 9, 88*; Rich., 
12, 193; Robt., 13, 36, 50, 194; 
Simon, 87; Thos., 27; Wm., 25, 
37, 40, 43 (see Lowson) 

Lax, Anth., 58, 62, 180; Bartram, 
146; Cuth., 61; Geo., 9, 62, 182; 
Humph., 182; Jarrard, 29; Jn., 
10, 62, 180; Jos., 64; Ralph, 159; 
Robt., 96, 97, 173; Thos., 61* 

Laye, Rich., 169 

Layton (Laiton), Cuth., 97; Edw., 
145; Jn., 156, 180; Thos., 156, 
158; Wm., 62 (see Leaton, 
Leigh ton, Leghton) 

Leachman, Chris., 43 

Leadbeater, Rich., 150 

League, Thos., 112 

Leak, Geo., 57, 69, 69/t, 70; Roger, 
128 

Leakenbie, Symon, 143 (see 
Lackenby) 

Learmont, Robt., 11; Wm., 17, 42 

Leath, Robt., 135; Thos., 135 

Leaton, Robt., 162 (see Layton, 
Leighton, Lighton) 

Ledam, Jn., 79; Sam., 83; Thos., 82 

Ledger, Alex., 41 

Lee (Leye, Lees), Arth., 98; Chris., 
48; Cuth., 95; Mr. Edw., 150, 
150n,; Geo., 77, 103; Jas., 145: 
Jn., 24, 48, 133; Lance., 101; 
Mich., 129; Nich., 35; Ralph, 
121; Rich., 128- Steph., 41; 
Thos., 54, 58, 101, 122, 128, 129; 
Mr. Thos., 78, 78n,; Wm., 31, 36, 
57, 83, 93, 127, 194 

Leekeley, Edw., 74 

Leeper,' Rich., 116 



Legerton, Robt., 190 
Legham, Jn., 11, 21 
Leightley, Robt., 25 
Leighton, Jn., 26; Wm., 26, 112 (see 

Layton, Leaton, Lighton) 
Leish (Leach), Jn., 51; Mark, 18S, 

Eobt., 49; Sylvester, 92 
Lenge, Jn., 82 (see Laing, Lac.5^ 
Lenn, Geo., 132 (see Linn) 
Lettiny, Jn., 54*; Thos., 54, 113 
Lever (Leaver), Rich., 61: Mr. 
Sampson, 146, 146n; Thos., 137; 
Wm., 62 
Lewens, Geo., 51 
Lewis, Tho., 8 
Leyborne, 104 (see Laburn) 
Lickbarrow, Roger, 93; Tho., 143 
Lickley, Jn., 78; Thos., 175, 175n 
Liddell (Liddle), Anth., 52, 181; 
Chris., 78, 141; Cuth., 38, 52, 126, 
131; Edw., 26, 148; Fran., 62, 
142; Mr. Fran., 20, 20n; Geo., 26, 
51, 52, 107, 148; Hen., 26, 26n, 
143, 166; Jas., 19, 20, 96, 150; 
Jerrard, 14, 116; Jn., 12, 26*, 77, 
78, 125, 126, 146, 155*, 180; Mark, 
58; Martin, 64; Math., 146; 
Ralph, 17; Rich., 77, 145; Robt., 

18, 52, 76, 148, 150; Mr. Roger, 

19, I9n\ Thos., 5*, 14, 52, 53, 53n, 
128, 148; Mr. Thos., 27; Wm., 26, 
38, 132, 148, 154, 158, 166, 173 (see 
Little) 

Lightfoot, Robt., 38 

Lighthorn, Thos., 84 

Lightley, Fran., 135; Jn., 135; 

Thos., 96 
Lighton, Anth., 63; Geo., 168; Jn., 

63; Perc., 31; Robt., 193; Thos., 

50*, 132; Wm., 64, 132 (see 

Layton, Leaton, Leighton) 
Lilburn (Lylburn), Geo., 41, 77; 

Mr. Geo.; 149, 149rc; Rich., 60 
Lilly, Eliz., 63; Robt., 133 
Lind, Jn., 98; Thos., 99; Wm., 99* 
Linley, Jn., 49; Robt., 76 
Linn, Chris., 94; Edw., 94; Thos., 

59; Walter, IDS (see Lenn, Lynn) 
Linsey (Lindsley), Geo., 90; Jas., 

113, 170; Jn., 35*, 65, 96, 150; 

Peter, 96; Robt., 78; Thos., 77, 

108; Wm., 89 
Lishman, Robt., 19 
Lisle (Lyle), Geo., 135; Gilferry, 

137; Jn., 42, 47, 47 ; Roger, 150; 

Thos., 42; Tobias, 137: Mr. 

Tobias, 137, 137n; Wm., 13 
Lisley, Robt., 193 
Lister (Litster), Amb., 164; Geo., 

97, 168; Giles, 142; Hen., 95, 113, 
15 



226 



138; Jn., 11, 67, 138, 157, 158, 

169, Martin, 146; Ralph, 167; 

Robt., 168; Sam., 152; Thos., 131, 

168; Win., 136, 152 
Little, Edw., 133; Fran., 103; Geo., 

101, 109; Jn., 23; Mungo, 124; 

Robt., 155; Thos., 19; Wm., 38 

(see Liddell) 
Littlefaire, Jn., 185; Ralph, 139; 

Rich., 122; Robt., 11, 185; Thos., 

21, 185 

Littleforth, Edw., 112 
Lively, Jn., 137, 137n, 138, 139, 140, 

Mr. 138; Wm., 73, 73w 
Lockey (Locke), Anth., 99; Cuth., 

167; Geo., 11, 146; Jn., 33, 61, 

62; Math., 167; Robt., 10, 164 
Lockson, Jn., 87 
Lodesman, Thos., 165 
Lodge, Chris., 12, 79, 85*, 109; 

Fran., 79; Geo., 59, 79*, 84; Jn., 

171; Martin, 46; Nich., 79; 

Ralph, 79; Robt., 12*, 79; 

Simond, 146; Thos., 12, 93; Wm., 

74, 79, 175 

Loe, Geo., 18 (see Low) 
Lofthouse (Loftus), Jn., 61, 167; 

Thos., 145 
J_x)gan, Geo., 114 
London, Jn., 3, 22 
Longdale, Wm., 28 
Longhester. Jn., 48 (see Lancaster) 
Longson, Thos., 108 
Longstaff, Geo., 82; Robt., 121 (see 

Langstaff, Langstraff, Ix>ngstrafe) 
Longsteal, Wm., 21 
Longstrafe, Rich., 82 (see Langstaff, 

Langstraff, Longsitraff) 
Lonsdale, Arth., 102; Earth., 73; 

Chris., 162; Cuth., 72; Hen., 73; 

Hugh, 71; Jn., 8, 34, 72, 98, 99, 

103*; Philip, 71; Robt., 96; 

Thos., 34*, 102, 181; Wm., 64, 

142, 178 

Lorar, Rich., 83 
Lordman, Jn., 71; Robt., 74; Thoa., 

74 

Lorrence, Thos., 48; Robt., 49, 135 
Lourd, Thos., 162 
A. Love, Thos., 122* 
Lovett, Arch., 18; Jn., 18 
Lowder, Hen., 164; Jn., 101 
Lowdon, Jn., 50* 
Lowe (Lowes), Nich., 9; Thos., 52 

(see Loe) 

Lowishe, Cuth., 89 
Lownes, Rich., 64 
Lowraine, Wm., 48, 48n 
Lowry, Geo., 39; Thos., 89, 128; 
Wm., 125 



Lowson, Gilb., 127; Jn., 146; Peteiv 

61; Rich., 8; Robt., 8; Wm., 51 

(see Lawson) 
Lowther, And., 26; Jn., 2, 27*; 

Robt., 49; Wm., 193 
Lowtye, Thos., 191 
Lucas, Rich., 128 
Luck, Jn., 190 
Luckye, Wm., 50 
Ludworth, Geo., 114 
Luete, Thos., 36 
Lukup, Peter, 182 
Lumley, Fran., 27; Geo., 2, 53; Jn.,. 

63, 81, 145; Mich., 54; Ralph, 

33; Rich., 82; Thos., 33; Mr. 

Wm., 9 

Lumpson, Alex., 45 
Lumsdail, Robt., 24 
Lumsden, Edw., 192n,; Robt., 193; 

Wm., 49 

Lunn, Rich., 151; Wm., 109 
Lupton, Geo., 17 
Lutton, Jn., 191; Robt., 193 
Lyghtbitter, Math., 35 
Lynn, Rich., 182; Robt., 110, 182; 

Wm., 59, 182 (see Lenn, Linn) 
Lyons, Jn., 122, 123; Wm., 191 



M 

Mabell, Jn., 25 

Mace, Roger, 163, 163/1 

Macham, Hen., 143 

Ma-chell, Leo., 11; Marm., 159; 
Robt., 11 

Machon, Jn., 148, 149; Mr. Jn.,. 
140/t, 148, 148/t (see Matcham) 

Mackay, Jn., 39 

Mackmillian, Jn., 170 

Mackpeck, Nich., 145 

Mackridg, Wm., 63 

Maddeson (Maddison), Chris., 48,. 
145; Cuth., 17; Edw., 48, 90; 
Geo., 19, 20; Jn., 21, 26, 32, 48, 
49, 52, 101; Mr. Jn., 101; Leo.,. 
89; Lionel, 14, 26, 49, 60; Mr. 
Lionel, 105n; Sir Lionel, 65, 65n-, 
105; Peter, 89; Ralph, 14, 102; 
Rich., 11; Robt., 52, 191; Roger, 
48; Steph., 101- Thos. 18, 27*, 62, 
90; Wm., 20, 25, 39, 48*, 89, 90,. 
102*; Mr. Wm., 12 

Maddicks, Jn., 190 

Madgson (Magine), Jn., 23, 107 

Maine, Jas., 190 

Mainer, Jn., 47; Thos., 185 

Mainforth (Mainsworth, Mensforth) 
Jn., 116, 156, 168*, 185; Ralph, 
168 ; Rich., 139 ; Robt., 169 ; Rowl., 
168; Thos., 164, 169; Wm., 169* 



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Maiott, Jn. s 2 (sec Mayott) 

Maire (Mare, Mayor, Mayre), Jn., 
77, 89, 125, 194; Eich., 58, 107, 
108; Eobt., 77, 163; Thos., 61, 80, 
142*, 142n; Wm., 39, 141 

Maisterman, Chris., 96 

Maittes, Peter, 51 

Makemerrie, Jn., 10 

Malam (Maylym), Barthol., 57, 
104*; Hen., 55; Jn., 55*; Ra., 
55; Rich., 169; Wm., 55, 104, 
121 

Maland (Malin), Anth., 145; Hen., 
129; Mark, 165 

Malcolm, Gilb., 188; Jn., 189 

Mallaburn, Anth., 49; Edw., 51; 
Geo., 51; Jn., 49; Robt., 51; 
Wm., 51 

Mallat, Wm., 18 

Maltby (Mawbie, Malbie), Franc., 
140; Gawan, 114; Geo., 9; Jn., 
139; Martin, 173: Peter, 114; 
Thos., 96*, 182 (see Matbee) 

Manard, Peteir, 183; Ralph, 106 

Manbee, Geo., 19 

Manert, Wm., 82 

Mann, Chris., 146; Geo., 13; Hen., 
172; Jeffrey, 11; Jn., 44; Mr. 
Rich., 127, 1277i; Robt., 17^ 26; 
Thos., 26; Wm., 83, 86, 139 

Mannell., Edw., 17; Thos., 17 (see 
Manuel) 

Manners, Nich., 18; Wm., 20 

Manser, Thos., 91* 

Mansfield, Rowl., 8 

Mantle, Wm., 92 

Mannell, Thos., 19; Wm., 134* 

Manager, Hen., 124 

Manwell, Jn., 155; Jos., 155; Mich., 
154; Zacchary, 155 

Marbie, Geo., 20 

March, Jn., 34*, 128; Mich., 15; 
Rich., 34; Thos., 2, 34, 35, 58, 
130 

Marke, Ector, 82; Lawrence, 82 

Markham, Chris., 154; Edw., 141*; 
Geo., 154, 156; Jn., 141; Lesly, 
156; Peter, 177 

Markindale, Anth., 75; Chris., 72; 
Perc., 64; Robt., 73 (see Martin- 
dale) 

Marley, Alex., 13; Anth., 20, 25, 
31, 109; Cuth., 121; Brian, 165; 
Edw., 74; Geo., 39; Jas., 63; Jn., 
8, 21, 30, 97, 128, 165; Lance., 
30; Peter, 21, 165; Ralph, 27, 45, 
50, 149; Raynold, 146; Rich., 38, 
108, 117, 136; Robt., 7, 27*, 49, 
174; Thos., 4, 13, 47, 48, 156, 169, 
174; Wm., 7, 13, 26*, 80, 97, 169 



Marr, Edw., 194; Wm., 193 

Marriott, Gregory, 189 

Marshall, Earth., 57, 58, 78; 
Bartram, 128; Brian, 66; Chris., 
151, 168; Cuth., 96; Geo., 19, 192; 
Gilbert, 121; Dr. Hamlett, 133, 
133n ; Hen., 78, 113; Mr. Hen., 
85; Jas., 123; Jn., 80, 83, 107*, 
117, 148, 188; Math., 8; Rich., 
147, 148; Robt., 17, 42, 113; 
Thos., 23, 83*, 102, 107, 189, 190; 
Wm., 36, 155, 189 

Martin, Chris., 63; Edw., 76; Geo., 
113, 122; Mr. Geo., 145; Hen., 
12; Jn., 42, 128, 150, 151, 185; 
Lance., 93; Oliver, 72; Philip, 
129; Ralph, 165; Robt,, 175; 
Sam., 119; Simon, 121; Thos., 12, 
88, 94; Valentine, 185; Wm., 24, 
146, 150 

Martindale, Anth., 59; Bryan, 170; 
Chas., 63; Chris., 170; Gabriel, 
59; Geo., 63; Jn., 62, 63*, 108*, 
109; Lance., 109; Rich., 152; 
Thos., 109; Wm., 189 (see Martin- 
dale) 

Mar wood, Math., 52 

Mash am (Massam), Jn., 86, 119; 
Robt., 58, 87; Thos., 145 

Mason (Mayson, Meison), And., 124; 
Chris., 82; Geo., 128; Gregory, 
83; Hen., 69, 76*; Hugh, 76*; 
Jn., 29, 49, 53, 67, 76*, 77, 84, 
94, 125, 155*; Mann., 137; Mr. 
Marm., 133; Math., 124; Mich., 
67*, 76; Peter, 76; Ralph, 84, 
181; Rich., 70; Robt., 29*, 30*, 
31, 113, 180, 181*; Simon, 67; 
Thos., 29, 84; Wm., 28, 76*, 91, 
151, 181 

Maston, Abraham, 40 

Matbee, Wm., 144 (see Maltby) 

Matchem, Mr., 140 (see Machon) 

Matfin, Robt., 17; Vinne, 29 

Mather (Mathers), Edw., 129; Hen., 
132; Jas., 17 

Matheson (Mattison), Edw., 193; 
Geo., 162, 193; Mich., 82; Wm., 
154 

Mathew, Anth., 55; Chris., 100; 
Geo., 55; Hen., 4; Jn., 8, 42, 49, 
52, 152; Ralph, 114; Rich., 46, 
52, 118, 118n,; Robt., 100; Thos., 
29, 41, 51; Toby, 33, 41 Wm., 
7, 33, 42, 137, 156, 192 

Mathewson, Robt., 188; Thos., 189 

Maucer, Jn., 38 

Maughan (Mauhan), Chris., 27; 
Geo., 61; Jas., 176, 178; Jn., 11, 
35, 109*; Nich., 35; Philip, 109; 



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Ralph, 109; Thos., 31, 106, 108, 

155; Wm., 53, 62, 124, 136* 
Maund, Jn., 46 
Maunder, Fran., 179 
Mauson, Peter, 170 
Mavin, Geo., 193; Eobt., 192; Wm., 

72 
Mawer, Fran., 93; Geo., 159, 172*; 

Hen., 158, 173; Jn., 59, 158, 166, 

173; Rich., 57, 94, 173; Robt., 

74: Thos,, 158; Wm., 158, 159 
Maxfield, Jn., 29* 
Maxton, Mr. Anth., 58, 59 
Maxwell, Cuth., 53, 54; Edw., 53*; 

Jn., 18, 27, 73; Luke, 24; Thos., 

54; Wm., 43, 53, 54 
May, Jas., 178; Jn., 19, 170* 
May bank, Jn., 135 
Mayott, Jn., 53 (see Maiott) 
Meacock, Hen., 188 
Meanes, Jn., 21, 155 
Meburn, Anth., 65; Geo., 132; 

Rich., 116; Robt., 143; Thos., 30; 

Wm., 168 
Medy, Jn., 124 
Meesum, Edw., 94; Geo., 94; 

Thos., 113 
Megar, Robt., 141 
Megge (Meeggee), Jn., 10, 109, 192; 

Thos., 192* 
Megson, Geo., 176; Hercules, 69; 

Jn., 69, 176; Robt., 6; Roger, 69; 

Thos., 69; Wm., 159, 175 
Mekey, Robt., 135 (see Mackey) 
Melborne, Edw., 37 (see Milburn) 
Melsonby, Rich., 167; Thos., 167 
Merchant, Thos., 177 
Merriman, Anth., 169; Math., 50; 

Robt., 170*; Thos., 24, 49; Wm., 

169, 184 
Merrington, Lesly, 156; Marm., 

156; Math., 35; Rich., 159, 168; 

Robt., 173*; Thos., 156; Wm., 

156*, 173* 

Mesinger, Tho., 87, 91 
Metcalf (Medcalf, Midcalf), Barthol., 

75; Chris., 178; Cuth., 75; Edw., 

77; Jas., 90; Jn., 25, 91, 178*; 

Math., 178; Ralph, 146; Rich., 

178*; Steph., 28; Thos., 61, 83 
Metrick, Jn., 7 
Mewburn, Jn., 178 
Michael, Fran., 76; Jas., 17; Jn., 

76; Thos., 92 
Micheson, Jn., 135; Robt., 112; 

Thos., 112 (see Mitchinson) 
Mickleton, Chas., 120; Chris., 119, 

119 ; Rich., 7 
Middleman, Robt., 52 
Middleton, Anth., 114, 131, 170; 



Mr. Anth., 170; Chas., 18; Chris., 
17, 64; Cuth., 69, 79, 100, 173; 
Edw., 62; Fran., 9, 47, 47 n, 69, 
135, 146; Geo., 95, 157; Mr. Geo., 
Ill, llln; Gilbert, 43; Hen., 180; 
184; Jas., 55, 146; Jn., 41, 63, 82, 
84, 86, 131, 140, 144, 149, 158, 170, 
177, 181, 185; Leo., 180; Mark, 
176; Math., 167; Mich., 83; 
Peter, 132; Ralph, 41; Rich., 69, 
100, 157; Robt., 100*, 145, 158*; 
Simond, 62; Thos., 34, 81, 128, 
157, 170, 174, 182; Wm., 11, 51, 
64, 84, 173, 176, 185 (see 
Niddleton) 

Midforth (Mitforth), Edw., 42, 193; 
Jn., 41; Osw., 193; Robt., 120, 
120*, 194; Mr. Robt., 13; Thos., 
83; Wm., 51 

Milburn, Cuth., 19; Edm., 69; 
Edw., 17; Fran., 19; Gawin, 194; 
Geo., 176; Jasper, 48; Jn., 31, 
51, 112, 114; Leo., 10; Ralph, 
193; Rich., 73, 135; Robt., 102; 
Thos., 155, 192*, 194; Ozwold, 50; 
Wm., 11, 193* 

Miller, And., 146; Anth., 81; Duke, 
20; Geo., 165*; Hugh, 27; Jn., 
107, 122, 146, 158; Ralph, 77; 
Thos., 106, 119, 146; Wm., 94 

Millott, Mr. Ralph, 13 

Mills (Mill), Anth., 140; Edw., 135; 
Jn., 24, 28; Steph., 53; Thos., 
125, 190; Wm., 8, 135 (see Mylls) 

Milner (Miliner), Anth., 57; Jn., 
83, 170; Ralph, 83; Thos., 136, 
170; Win., 115 

Mitchell, Fran., 93- Geo., 74; Jn., 
74, 167; Robt., 74; Wm., 73, 124 

Mitchinson, Jn., 25, 135, 176; 
Thos., 25 (see Micheson) 

Mitton, Jas., 191; Thos., 189 

Moberley, Sam., 76 (see Moverley) 

Moffitt (Muffitt), And., 190; Cuth., 
51; Jn., 51, 117; Math., 52 (see 
Moufett) 

Moody (Muddye), Chris., 168; 
Gawen, 52; Geo., 70; Hen., 191; 
Jn., 69, 180; Ralph, 73; Rich., 
168; Robt., 24; Thos., 180; Wm., 
33 

Moorcroft (Morecroft), Edw., 142, 
142/1 ; Hen., 119, 119n; Mr. Jas., 
57, 93, 9371, 

Moore (More), Anth., 190; David, 
190; Edw., 91; Fran., 170; Geo., 
49, 64*, 113, 194; Hen., 86*, 89, 
184; Hugh, 114; Jas., 52; Jn,, 
114, 169; Jonas, 120, 120n; 
Lance,, 159, 191; Lyonell, 190; 



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Nicholson, 19; Osw., 194; Pliilip, 

141; Ralph, 190, 192; Rich., 117, 

176; Robt., 49, 141, 190; Rowl., 

40; Thos., 48, 70; Wm., 112, 139, 

170, 188, 188n, 193 
Moorecock, Thos., 87 
Moorey (Morrye), Edw., 137; Fran., 

174, 178; Jn., 168, 173, 178; 

Rich., 173*; Robt., 100, 141, 156, 

169; Thos., 173 
Mord, Thos., 62 
Morell, Earth., 37 
Morgan, Arth., 102*; Cuth., 102; 

Fran., 136; Jn., 36, 102*, 148; 

Mark, 114; Pars., 63; Thos., 58, 

103*; Mr. Thos., 75, 75n 
Morland, Humph., 96; Mr. Jn., 145, 

145/1 ; Myles, 73; Thos., 180; 

Wm., 152 
Morley, Geo., 93: Hen., 84; Jas., 

50; Jn., 84, 113; Rich., 57, 69, 

70, 84; Roger, 51; Thos., 99, 166; 

Wm., 93, 179 
Morling, Ralph, 24 
Morpeth, Jn., 36; Mr. Rich., 179; 

Roger, 37 
Morray, Steph., 50 
Morris, Edm., 17; Geo., 52; 

Jeff ray, 52; Math., 150 
Morrison, Anth., 189; Geo., 76; 

Jn., 18; Rich., 41; Thos., 104, 192 
Morrow, Edw., 40 
Morthew, Anth., 4 
Morthwhaite, Edw., 39; Wm., 39 
Morton, Barrow, 190; Edw., 6, 188; 

Geo., 88; Hen., 191*; Jn., 99, 

191; Mich., 88; Ralph, 187; 

Rich., 87; Robt., 96, 189; Roger, 

177; Thos., 84, 190; Wm., 55, 87, 

88, 189 
Moscropp (Muscroft), Dan., 5l; Jn., 

194; Robt., 95; Wm., 65; Wm., 

191 

Moses, Jn., 38 (see Moyaes) 
Moss, Amb., 19*; Arch., 26: Jas., 

163; Rich., 190; Thos,, 17 
Mothereell, Anth., 178; Perc., 178 
Mouffet, Edw., 28 (see Moffett) 
Mould, Robt., 18 
Mounsey, Jn., 176 
Mounsier, Wm., 67 
Moverley, Jn., 151; Math., 129 (see 

Moberley) 

Mow, Geo., 194; Jas., 50; Thos., 24 
Mowbray, Geo., 109; Jn., 12, 102, 

109; Thos., 12, 14, 101, 102 
Mowburii, Robt., 112; Thos., 4; 

Wm., 11, 112 
Mower, Geo., 83; Thos., 82, 84; 

Wm., 84 



Moyser, Amb., 114; Jn., 114; 

Ralph, 41 
Moyses, Jn., 108; Thos., 107, 108 

(see Moses) 
Moysley, Thos., 188 
Mrattinghani, Thos., 83 (see 

Brantingham) 
Mudd, Jn., 55, 161 
Munday, Thos., 93 
Murreson, Jn., 24; Wm., 24 
Murrey, Anth., 149; Cuth., 149; 

Edw., 191; Jn., 149, 189; Robt., 

188; Wm., 121 
Murton, Anth., 94; Jn., 95; 

Martin, 8; Nich., 62; Rich., 30; 

Wm., 124 

Muschamp, Ralph, 189*, 189n 
Muscropp, Jn. 21 
Musgrave, Jn. 178; Thos., 175 
Mushanes, Jn. 38 
Mushtian, Jn. 33 
Myles (Miles) Anth., 78; Chris., 

83; David, 159, 159/i; Geo., 47; 

Nich., 33*; Rich., 114; Robt., 45, 

55; Wm., 86, 169 (see Mills) 
Mynnikin, Rich., 155 
Myres, Anth., 112; Arth., 102; 

Briscoe, 75, 75n; Cuth., 101; 

Jenkin, 102; Jn., 69, 102; Robt,, 

28, 107; Thos., 107; Wm., 102 

N 

Nailler, Jonas, 36; Wm., 152 

Naiteby (Nateby), Cuth., 73; Jn., 84 

Nancewood, Jos., 178 

Nankes, Robt., 36 

Natte, Math., 30 

Nattriss, Cuth., 89, 103; Geo., 103; 
Jn., 17, 49, 66, 89, 103*; Math., 
98*; Peter, 7, 89; Ralph, 11, 49, 
73, 103; Robt., 63, 89; Rowl., 
103*; Thos., 49, 63, 95; Wm., 49, 
89, 95 

NaveU, Math., 128 

Nawton, Robt., 39 (see Norton) 

Nealson, Edw., 192; Geo., 49; 
Robt., 190; Wm., 187 

Neele, Geo., 92 

Neiue, Jn., 24 

Nelson, Chris., 61, 105; Geo., 58, 
60; Hen., 191; Humph., 182; 
Jas.. 61; Jn., 60, 61, 122; Peter, 
61; Rich., 61; Simond, 61 

Nesbett, Hector, 188; Jas., 191; 
Thos., 189 

Nesom (Nessam), Edw., 43; Jn., 
129; Thos., 145 

Netherton, Robt., 175 

Nevall, Ralph, 48 



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Neveson, Robt., 63 

Nevey, Thos., 109 

Neving, Cuth., 102 

Newby (Nuby), Chas,, 78; Chris., 
52, 59, 75, 141; Edw., 2, 51, 53, 98, 
132; Fran., 83; Gabriel, 95; 
Geffrey, 26; Geo., 51, 64, 67, 99; 
Hen., 52, 72; Jn,, 11, 52, 72, 75, 
132*; Lance., 73*; Leo., 73; 
Math., 51, 59; Mich., 99*: Moses, 
90; Nich., 135, 151; Ralph, 74, 
76, 78, 115*; Rich., 52; Robt., 49, 
65, 73; Thos., 65, 72, 78, 79, 83, 
151; Wm., 11, 49, 98, 165 

Newcome (Newckham), Edw., 64; 
Jn., 106 

Newell, Arth., 52 

Newham (Newam), Jn., 17; Ralph, 
52; Robt., 173; Thos., '52, 173 
Wm., 52 

Newhouse, Mr. Rich., 121, 121-/i; 
Mr. Robt., 121, I21n 

Newlands (Newland), And., 6; Jn., 
46* Thos., 6, 46, 70 

Newstead, Hen., 50 

Newton, Anth., 37; Chris., 83, 91; 
Edw., 38; Fran., 175; Jn., 37*, 
39, 41, 77, 93*, 151, 180; Law., 
79; Mark, 52; Math., 35: Mich., 
151, 159, 162; Nich., 37; Peter, 
63; Ralph, 37, 162; Rich., 5, 37, 
43; Robt., 27, 63, 64, 84, 129; 
Roger, 37; Thos., 68, 69, 159*; 
Wm., 37, 44, 52, 159 

Nichol, Ralph, 193; Robt,, 64 

Nicholson, Anth., 135; Barthol., 
159; Chris., 82, 129; Clem., 93; 
Cuth., 57, 81, 82, 84, 161; Edw., 
82, 168; Geo., 74, 114, 141n, 176; 
Hen., 73, 169; Jas., 131, 170*, 
182, 190; Jn., 10, 96, 104, 107, 
136*, 141, 151, 162, 167; Martin, 
7, 77; Math., 167; Mich., 168; 
Mitchall, 162; Nich., 62; Perc., 
19; Peter, 82; Ralph, 52, 74, 82*, 
127, 162, 180: Randell, 24; 
Rich., 10, 18, 78, 124, 162, 184, 
187; Robt., 17, 31, 36, 74, 78, 87, 
113; Roger, 18; Thos., 8, 62, 
107*, 134, 146, 150, 169, 172, 185; 
Wm., 18, 20. 22, 69, 143, 146, 
151*, 182, 188 

Nidleton, Hen., 180 (see Middle- 
ton) 

Nixon (Nickson), Arch., 26; Chas., 
50; Clem., 50; Cuth., 36; Edw., 
36; Fran., 4, 9, 14; Hen., 49, 
50; Hugh, 128; Jas., 139; 
Jarard, 37; Jn., 28, 36, 37*, 39, 
50, 51, 93, 188; Math., 36; Peter, 



146; Robt,, 26, 113; Thos., 50; 

Wm., 92, 188 
Noble, Edw., 36, 42; Geo., 145; 

Hen., 61; Jaa., 125; Marm., 126; 

Math., 147; Ralph, 23, 44, 122; 

Rich., 76; Thos., 25, 64, 79; Wm., 

18, 19 

Norman, Lionel, 96; Mich., 77 
North, Geo,, 94; Jn., 93, 94; Nich., 

80; Rich., 93; Wm., 188 
Norris, Rowl., 128 
Norton, Jn., 69*; Ralph, 70, 179; 

Robt., 132, 163; Roger, 69; 

Thos., 96; Wm., 167, 168 (see 

Nawton) 
Noteman, Wm., 194 



O 

Gates, Jos., 61; Lawr., 109 

Odlin, Ralph, 191 

Offington, Anth., 166 

Ogle, Brian, 193; Geo., 190; Hen., 

20; Jas., 36; Jn., 134; Simon, 

136; Thos., 50 
Okey, Anth., 20 
Old, Wm., 113 
Oldcorne, Clem., 151 
Oldfield, Robt., 145 
Oliver, Edw., 193*; Geo., 34, 46, 

108, 165, 193; Jn., 15, 102, 165; 

Mich., 123; Nich., 19; Owin, 

184; Robt., 34, 38, 109, 112, 193; 

Rowl., 18; Steph., 42; Thos., 

15, 24, 42, 164; Wm., 21, 109, 

185, 193 

Ollafant, Jn., 151 
Onelye, Geo.. 37 
Ord (Aud, Orde), Alex., 17; Amb., 

100; Chris., 20; Cuth., 15, 27, 

48, 116; Edw.. 188; Fran., 116; 
Geo., 23, 85, 135, 137, 181; Hen., 
18, 33, 191; Jas., 190; Jn., 8, 23, 
135*, 139, 190; Lionel, 139, 180; 
Luke, 189, 189/i; Mark, 8; Philip, 
194; Ralph, 79, 180; Rich., 15; 
Robt., 23, 24, 79, 166; Thos., 37, 

49, 140, 180, 190; Wm., 46, 77, 
78, 139, 146, 173, 189, 190 

Ornsby, Hen., 29; Jn., 29; Thos., 

29 

Orpith, Thos., 43 (see Urpeth) 
Orton, Geo., 49 
Osbourne, Jn., 177* 
Oswald, Fran., 83- Jn., 83; Rich., 

80 

Oustington, Gregory, 82; Wm., 82 
Outhet, Jas., 83 
Ovington, Fran., 9; Geo., 10, 160; 

Jn., 59, 106*, 141; Lance., 79; 



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Robt., 155, 192; Thos., 105; 

Win., 68, 80 
Ovirman, Thos., 92 
Owen, Jn., 4, 9, 14 
Oweston (Owston), Anth., 151;' Jn., 

98; Thos., 102 

Oxnett, Ralph, 4, 25; Thos., 24* 
Oystone, Mr. Wm., 121 



Pace, Eich., 194; Thos., 193, 194 

Pacie, Sam., 188 

Page, Amb., 135; Anth., 98, 112, 
113; Hen., 135; Mr. Jas., 12; 
Jn., 51, 135*, 147, 148; Thos., 
32, 139; Wm., 82, 112, 124 

Paine, Jas., 41 (see Payne) 

Painter, Jn., 159 

Palliser (Pallister, Pallacer), Cuth., 
34*; Hen,, 109; Jas., 11; Jn., 25, 
26, 63, 70; Nich., 4, 32; Ralph., 
25; Rich., 63; Eobt., 63, 70; 
Rowl., 31; Thos., 63; Wm., 25, 
69, 92 

Palmer, Geo., 126, 130; Hen., 151; 
Jn., 147, 189; Thos., 21, 151 

Palmerley Anth., 11 (see Parmer- 
ley and Permeley) 

Pansford, Eobt., 17 

Fan-ton, Jn., 189 

Pardrick, Geo., 62 

Park, Anth., 41; Gawen, 190; 
Geo., 187; Jn., 42, 193; Nich., 
18; Ralph, 191; Robt., 44; Wm., 
189 

Parker, Anth., 18, 28; Clem., 15; 
Cuth., 53; Fran., 92; Jn., 15, 49, 
112; Rich., 3, 15*; Sam., 102; 
Steph., 53, 191; Wm., 20 

Parking- (Parkin), Anth., 63; Cuth., 
125; Geo., 86; Jn., 10, 62*, 77, 
86; Nich., 55; Ralph, 61, 62; 
Rich., 62*; Eobt., 9, 64, 69; 
Thos,, 58, 62*, 114, 181; Wm., 
29, 62*, 117, 185 (see Perkin) 

Parkinson (Parkeson), Mr. Edw., 
124, 12471,; Fran., 11, 72; Hen., 
128; Jn., 7, 133- Law., 11; Rich., 
83, 162; Eobt., 7; Mr. Eobt., 10; 
Thos., 11, 19, 27, 62, 83; Wm., 
62, 66 

Parleson, Thos., 11 

Parlour (Parler), Hen., 63; Jn., 87, 
133; Eobt., 134 

Parlowe, Jn., 58 

Parmerley, Antlh., 101; Jn., 78; 
Ralph, 48; Roger, 48; Wm., 48 
(see Palmerley and Permeley) 

Parmeter, Jn., '61 



Parnaby, Geo., 181; Jn., 57, 93 

Parrett, Thos., 189; Wm., 191 

Parson, Pat., 40 

Partis, Jn., 121; Rich., 45 (see 
Pertus) 

Pasmore, Anth., 133; Jn., 169; 
Robt., 112; Wm., 112 

Paston, Lance., 37 

Patterson (Patteson, Pattinson), 
Anth., 76; Chris., 89, 114, 193; 
Cuth., 72, 74, 176; Duke, 19; 
Fran., 101; Geo., 37, 51, 76, 125; 
Hen., 28, 51*; Hugh, 11, 16; Jn., 
21, 23, 37, 41, 51, 55, 79, 101*, 
114, 123, 128, 141, 143, 163, 175; 
Mich., 18, 76, 89, 93, 143, 144; 
Nich., 101; Ralph, 26, 109; Robt., 
87, 112, 124, 175*; Thos., 11, 18, 
23, 42, 52, 113, 123, 130', 169; 
Wm., 24, 67, 75, 112, 132, 192 

Patrick, Rich., 16 

Paule, Mr. Thos., 149, 149n 

Pavie, Rich., 18; Robt,, 21; Thos., 
17 

Pawton, Mich., 41 

Paxton, Abram., 131; Chris., 131*; 
Edw., 131*; Geo., 130, 131*, 141, 
141n; Gilb., 131, 132; Jas., 131; 
Jn., 141; Mich., 190*; Rich., 131, 
138; Eobt., 131, 141; Thos., 131*, 
134; Wm., 131* 

Paxxs, Mich., 126 

Paygil, Jn., 162 

Payne, Thos., 19 (see Paine) 

Peacock, Ohris., 20; Edw., 129; 
Geo., 72, 73, 160; Jas., 59, 74, 
128, 166; Jn., 7, 99, 118, 118n; 
Perc., 72, 73; Eich., 161, 173; 
Eobt., 129, 165*; Thos., 91, 99; 
Wm., 166 

Peak (Peek), Anth., 98; Jn., 73, 98; 
Leo., 98, 99; Ealph, 73; Eobt., 
72; Thos., 72, 75- Wm., 98 

Pearch, Hen., 17 

Peares, Jn., 178; Ealph, 178; 
Robt., 178 

Pearick, Hen., 112 

Pearson (Person), Allase, 63; Anth., 
58, 60, 62, 70, 72; Arth., 123; 
Bryan, 64, 152; Chris., 4, 14*, 17, 
18, 59, 64, 71, 81, 116, 143, 144; 
Cuth., 45, 46, 145; Edw., 135; 
Fran., 122, 193; Geo., 13, 77, 86, 
92, 96, 123; Hen., 89, 107, 143; 
Jas., 10, 46, 47, 62, 97; Jn., 20, 
33, 76, 81, 82, 94, 97, 107, 128, 
135, 152, 171, 188; Mary, 47; 
Mich., 21; Nich., 29; Peter, 53; 
Ralph, 14, 17, 64; Rich., 7, 11, 
70, 81, 96, 194; Eobt., 57*, 69, 



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70*, 72, 90, 96, 106, 129*, 138, 
146, 152, 175; Roger, 7; Samson, 
155; Thos., 4, 21, 42, 43*, 45, 62, 
64, 69, 72, 82, 87, 129*, 152, 169; 
Win., 5, 13, 14, 20, 21, 43, 52, 62, 
63, 97, 123, 124, 152, 178, 183 
Peart (Peurtt, Pert), Earth., 113; 
Chris., 179; Cuth., 102, 103; 
Fran., 103; Jn., 103*, 127, 176, 
177; Marm., 130; Nich., 176; 
Ealph, 128; Eich., 163; Thos., 49, 
101*; Wm., 87, 173 
Peck, Wm., 190 

Peele (Peale), Amb., 59, 75; Chris., 
10, 75; Jn., 122; Robt., 7; Thos., 
7 

Peigh, Thos., 17 (see Pye) 
Pemberton, Mr. Hen., 161, 161n; 
Mr. Jn., 161, 161n; M|r. 161, 
161ri ; Ralph, 31, 159; Robt., 9; 
Mr. Thos., 149, 149n 
Pende, Geo., 106 
Pendreth, Jn., 117; Ralph, 135*, 

137; Thos., 135 
Penman, Jas., 190; Wm., 190 
Pennelburie, Wm., 10 
Penny, Nich., 49 
Pennyman, Mr. Jas., 121, I2ln 
Pepper, Mr. Cuth., Ill, llln; 

Thos., 175; Rich., 176 
Percivell (Persevell), Amb., 74; 

Edw., 74; Hen., 87; Jn., 73 
Perkin (Perkins), Chris., 89, 98; 
Cuth., 98; Edw., 165; Jefrey, 98; 
Mich., 90; Roger, 178; Simond, 
98, 99; Thos., 17; Wm., 90, 104* 
Perkin son, Geo., 108 
Permeley, Bryan, 89; Jn., 89*, 98; 
Rich., 89: Thos., 89 (see Palmer- 
ley and Parmerley) 
Permires Lance., 125 
Permylaw, Wm., 74 
Perne, Jn., 165 
Pertus, Jn., 52 
Peryth, Robt., 86 

Pescod (Pesoott), Earth., 2, 53, 53n; 
Geo., 51; Luke, 131; Mich., 49; 
Robt., 131 
Pettie, Leo., 134 
Peverill, Wm., 165 
Peverley, Geo., 150 
Phdlipson, Anth., 101*; Geo., 102; 
Jn., 96; Thos., 101, 124; Wm., 
102; Mr. Wm., 101 
Phillips, Arth., 119, 119n,; Chas., 
84; Geo., 40; Math., 114; Thos., 
54, 70; Wm., 62 
Philpott, Jn., 133 
Phisick, Hen., 138; Robt., 157 
Phynes, Thos., 83 



Piburn (Pyburn), Chris., 83; Geo., 

62; Jas., 87; Thos., 83 
Pickering, Chas., 77; Geo., 55, 127; 
Hercules, 57, 94; Jas., 38; Jn., 
55, 116, 139; Martin, 49; Mich.. 
55; Nich., 28, 78; Ralph, 77; 
Robt., 10; Thos., 2, 28, 37, 38, 
39, 76, 77, 116, 155, 156, 190; 
Wm., 36, 116 
Picton, Earth., 170 
Pigg, Jas., 192; Jn., 20, 190; 

Ralph, 55; Thos., 21, 55 
Pilgrim, Jn., 7; Wm., 140, 149 
Pilkington, Jn., 9, 94; Leo., 84; 
Noah, 171, I7ln; Ralph, 9; 
Robt., 9; Thos., 64; Toby, 101, 
102 

Pindar, Thos., 173 
Pinkney (Pynckney), Arth., 75; 
Chas., 99; Chris.. 72, 89, 99; 
Cuth., 99; Geo., 12; Jacob, 99; 
Jas., 72, 99*, 172: Jn., 62, 77, 
99; Lane., 73; Perc., 75; Ralph, 
77*; Rich., 62, 99; Thos., 16; 
Wm., 73 (see Spinkney) 
Pitty, Thos., 128 

Place, Fran., 13; Ralph, 137; 
Rich., 65; Robt., 137; Mr. Robt., 
159, 159rt; Rowl., 159, 159 
Plackett, Chas., 155 (see Blackett) 
Pleasington, Jas., 77 
Plewman, Edw., 64; Wm., 64 
Plummer, Wm., 68 
Plumpton, Anth., 10; Chris., 6; 
Jn., 6, 154; Robt., 6; Tho., 3, 
6, 6n; Wm., 28 
Polly, Jn., 135 
Poison, Fran., 45 
Pope, Jn., 131; Wm., 188 
Porras, Robt., 122 
Porrett, Robt., 170; Thos., 33; 

Wm., 170 
Portas, Robt., 74 

Porter, Amb., 21; Jn., 2, 8, 30*, 31, 
37; Mark, 11; Mich., 26; Nich., 
27, 52, 76; Ralph, 11, 13: Robt., 
8, 13, 27; Thos., 11; Wm., 21, 
38, 120 

Postgate, Jn., 8 
Postlett, Wm., 49 
Potter, Cuth., 79; Geo., 90: Hen., 
180; Jn., 25, 78, 141, 178: Lance., 
141; Math., 141; Ralph, 179; 
Robt., 141; Rowl., 122; Steph., 
19; Thos., 179; Wm., 141, 170, 
175, 180 

Potts, Anth., 23; Cuth., 20, 114; 
Edw., 193; Eph., 113; Gabriel, 
112; Geo., 156; Gerard, 114; 
Jas., 51, 169; Jeffery, 17; Jn., 26, 



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66, 150, 194; Mich., 24, 193; 
Pare., 17; Rich., 191; Robt., 43, 
193; Roger, 194; Thos., 3, 19, 
20, 22, 191; Wm., 18, 113 
Power, Thos,, 126; Mr. Wm., 126 

126n 

Powler, Robt., 91 
Powley, Thos., 65 
Poyd, Alex., 36; Edw., 35; Jn., 

36*; Thos., 36 
Pranie, Thos., 165 
Pratt, Adam, 82; Cuth., 40; Elias, 
189, 189n, 191; Geo., 38; Wm., 
40 

Precious, Geo., 50 
Prentise, Arch., 131 
Pressick, Brian, 172 
Prestick, Math., 7 
Preston, Chris., 172; Edw., 172; 
Jarret, 78; Jn., 42; Robt., 78, 
84, 190; Thos., 54, 124; Wm., 50, 
78, 90 
Priestman, Geo., 181; Jn., 181; 

Roger, 93 
Pringle, Dandy, 50; Robt., 51; 

Thos., 50 

Priscot, Boulmer, 82; Wm., 82 
Proctor, Cuth., 38, 87; Gabriel, 
83; Hen., 29, 70; Jn., 8, 79; 
Math., 29; Nath., 17; Robt., 17; 
Thos., 2, 36, 39 
Proode, Mark, 167 
Pryer, Fran., 77; Ralph, 16; Thos., 

16 

Pryerman, Jn., 182; Rich., 70 
Pudsey, Leo., 171 
Pullen, Chris., 190; Thos., 189 
Punshon, Edw., 86; Jn., 8; Rich., 
8, 13; Robt., 8, 13, 90, 114; 
Thos., 13, 20; Wm., 12*, 13, 114 
Punton, Edw., 107 
Purbane, Robt., 90 
Purdy, Robt., 49; Tho., 10; Wm., 

48 

Purvis, Jas., 23; Jn., 50 
Pye (Pie), Cuth., 193: Jn., 39, 193; 
Kobt., 27; Thos., 192 (see Feign) 



Quarry, Gregory, 190 

Quarton, Jn., 17; Pare., 17; Robt., 

128 (see Wharton) 
Quinton, Gregory, 84 

R 

Race (Rase, Rayse), Cuth., 92; 
Geo., 23, 98; Guy, 98; Hen., 172; 
Jn., 96, 98*; Robt., 45 



Rachell, Clem., 146 

Rackebie, Jn., 173 

Rackebones, Wm., 64 

Rackett, Hen., 77; Jn., 15, 77, 128, 

129; Wm., 129 

Rackwood, Robt., 34 (see Rockwood) 
Radcliffe, Jn., 112, 115; Robt., 10; 

Thos., 112 (see Ratcliffe) 
Rainton /(Raynton), Jn., 28; Ralph., 

165 
Raisbeck, Edw., 2, 28, 30*; Nich., 

98; Thos., 50 
Rakestraw, Geo., 74; Jn., 74; 

Martin, 74 
Ramish, Alex., 11 
Ramsdell, Math., 41 
Ramsdon, Rich., 107 
Ramsey (Ramsay), Hugh, 146; 

Jn., 167, 179; Reynold, 155; 

Robt., 18; Thos., 36; Wm., 35, 

36 
Ramshaw (Ramsho), Geo., 62; Hen., 

44; Mark, 181; Peter, 4, 32; 

Robt., 89, 181; Thos., 107 
Rand, Edw., 43; Gilb., 131; Jn., 

160, 160/i, 179; Ralph, 46; Thos., 

43; Wm., 79 
Randell, Geo., 136, 174, 174n; Wm., 

Rannison, Jas., 144; Thos., 35; 

Wm., 35 (see Rennetson) 
Ra,noldson, Fran., 131; Jn., 39, 117; 
Nich., 131; Rich., 128: Robt., 
117, 128; Steph., 36; Thos., 35 
(see Renoldson) 
Ranson (Ransan), Anth., 134; 

Chris., 134; Jn., 115, 134, 156*; 

Mark, 181; Mich., 84: Nich., 163; 

Robt., 134*, 163; Thos., 134; 

Wm., 119, 134, 163 
Raper, Rich., 161; Robt., 161 (see 

Roper) 
Rashall, Jn., 141, 167; Peter, 176; 

Rich., 128; Thos, 145 
Ratchester, Ralph, 89 
Ratchley, Robt., 22 
Ratcliffe, Geo., 185; Thos., 190 

(see Radcliffe) 
Rateby, Hen., 66 
Raughton, Jn., 170; Peter, 170 
Raw, And., 27; Cuth., 4, 25, 77; 

Geo., 27; Hen., 20, 21, 109, 176; 

Jas., 49, 194; Jn., 21, 27, 29, 92, 

109, 134, 194*; Lance., 17, 179; 

Nich., 179; Ralph, ?3*, 125, 176; 

Rich., 6; Robt., 23, 34; Roger, 

125; Rowl., 36, 77; Sam., 49; 

Steph., 32; Thos., 2, 24, 30*. lie' 

177, 178, 185; Wm., 30, 58, 66, 

110*, 123, 135 (see Rowe) 



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Bawling (Rawlin), Chris., 20; Jas., 
163; Jn., 143, 163*, 177; Miles, 
150; Nich., 163; Rich., 115*; 
Robt., 85, 115, 163; Thos., 21, 
131, 163 

Ray (Rae), Barthol., 100, 173; 
Chris., 84, 173; Rich., 173; Thos., 
20 (see Reay) 

Rayne (Raine), Amb., 13, 59, 75; 
Chris., 57, 81, 174; Cuth., 59, 71, 
75; Edw., 87; Giles, 132; Hen., 
98, 99; Jeffrey, 24, 83; Jn., 9, 
67, 74, 132; Law., 73; Leo., 9; 
Math., 59, 98, 99; Peter, 83; 
Philip, 82; Rich., 87; Robt., 65, 
67; Simond, 60, 99; Thos., 66; 
Wm., 35, 44, 59, 66, 83, 98 

Reaburn, Jas., 191 

Read (Reid), And., 52; Anth., 115*; 
Chris., 178; Cuth., 35, 44; Edw., 
8, 52; Franc., 162; Geo., 8, 173, 
190; Jn., 9, 10, 44, 82, 150*, 151, 
180; Leo., 45; Math., 8, 62; 
Nich., 35; Ralph, 46; Rich., 31, 
132*, 168, 169, 194; Robt., 12, 162, 
187; Rowl., 124; Thos., 33, 42, 
69, 113, 124, 132, 168; Wm., 6, 30, 
33, 113; Mr. Wm., 9* 

Readhead (Redhead), Cuth., 24; 
Fran., Ill, 113; Edw., 193; 
Ewins, 54; Geo., 42, 43, 83, 112; 
Jn., 44, 132, 141, 159, 193; Nich., 
19; Ralph, 135; Rich., 24, 44*, 
112, 115; Robt., 44, 141; Thos., 
112, 115, 132, 185; Toby, 156*; 
Wm., 6, 77, 128, 185 

Readley, Thos., 151 

Readman, Fran., 174; Robt., 179 

Readshaw, Chris., 16; Jn., 15*, 18, 
34; Nich., 28; Robfc., 15, 34; 
Thos., 27, 101; Wm., 18 

Reasley, Roger, 42, 51; Thos., 51 

Reay (Rey, Rea, Reah), Bartle., 94; 
Jas., 5, 41; Jn., 33, 148, 194; 
Lyonell, 33; Marm., 43; Martin, 
179: Ralph, 18, 136; Rich., 139, 
180; Robt., 145; Thos., 115, 143, 
158 (see Ray) 

Redit (Reeditt), Ovinghauran, 161; 
Thos., 177 

Reedlame, Cuth., 43 

Reignold, Jn., 24 

Reiston, Edw., 24 

Relph, Robt., 19; Thos., 48 

Reiston, Jas., 112 

Remackey, Jn., 191 

Remantrey, Thos., 70 

Renneson (Rennet&on), Arth., 109; 
Chris., 109, 124; Geo., 58, 110; 
Jas., 50, 151; Jn., 12, 167; 



Ralph, 109; Robt., 169; Thos., 
126; Wm., 8, 109, 169 (see 
Rannison) 

Rennoldson, Jn., 28, '51; Ralph, 
145; Steph., 29; Wm., 72 (see 
Ranoldson) 

Renny, Edw., 174 

Rensey, Thos., 41 

Renton, Edw., 185; Jas., 185; Jn., 
6, 19; Wm., 36 

Renwell, Hen., 51 

Renwick, Geo., 128 

Reveley (Reaveley), Edm., 35; 
Geo., 106; Jn., 39, 183; Rich., 
188; Robt., 189: Wm., 114 

Revell, Robt., 170 

Reyley, Jn., 21 

Ribton, Talbot, 114 

Rice, Gabriel, 52* 

Richardson (Richeson), Anth., 17, 
96; Barthol., 97, 161, 174; 
Bartr., 52; Chas., 59, 99; Mr. 
Clem., 3, 145, 145n; Chris., 69, 
84, 113, 114, 120, 122, 132, 149; 
Cuth., 29, 97, 189; Mr. Dan., 
69; Edw., 18, 83, 15Q, 182; Fran., 
22; Gavin, 43; Geo., 27, 49, 63, 
114, 141*, 191; Hen., 59, 82, 89, 
90, 99, 109, 158; Hugh, 20, 21; 
Jas., 87, 190; Jn., 17, 28, 36, 41, 
50*, 52, 53, 58, 64, 65, 68, 69, 77, 
80, 89, 97, 100, 126, 132, 133, 146, 
148, 171, 176, 179, 181, 184, 190, 
191; Mr. Jn., 145, 145n; Marm., 
69; Martin, 96; Math., 49; 
Nich., 19, 101, 143, 156, 180, 182; 
Peter, 104; Philip, 182; Ralph, 
15, 18, 129, 176, 180; Rich., 60*, 
80, 96, 97, 99, 143, 180, 189; 
Robt., 31, 50, 64, 74, 122, 131, 
180*, 188; Roger, 178; Rowl., 
189; Steph., 91: Thos., 15, 19, 
20, 28, 58, 63, 84, 96, 124, 129, 
130, 161, 181, 191; Mr. Thos., 
127*, I27n; Wigeat, 6; Wm., 18, 
21*, 38, 44*, 58, 62, 64, 67, 68, 
69, 70, 77, 79, 79n, 80, 80?i, 82, 87, 
106, 138*, 139, 140, 141, 146, 148, 
157, 159, 162, 179. 180, 188; Mr. 
Wm., 57 

Richester, Jn., 131 

Richmond, Chris., 94; Jas., 94; 
Jn., 73, 94: Martin, 94: Rich., 
69 

Richson, Geo., 84 

Rickaby, Anth., 65; Bartr., 167; 
Chris., 175; Hen., 166; Jn., 76, 
151, 166; Math., 173; Ra., 55; 
Wm., 33, 160, 166, 179 

Riddell, Thos., 18; Thos. Jr., 5*; 



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Sir Thos., 16, 16n; Sir Wm., 22, 
2271, 

Bidding, Jn., 9; Robt., 85 

Ridley, Anth., 145; Chas., 146; 
Gavin, 132; Geo., 37, 145; Hen., 
83; Hugh, 40, 138; Jas., 37, 64; 
Jn., 92, 127, 128, 146, 162; 
Minnie, 162; Peter, 8; Ealph, 38; 
Rich., 146; Robt., 137, 162; 
Thos., 145, 151; Wm., 77, 147 

Riggell, Fran., 114 

Righam, Gregory, 150 

Rimington, Hen., 80 

Ripley, Fran., 88; Harm., 135; 
Thos., 75, 175 

Rippon, Chas., 31; Geo., 28, 34, 
107; Jn., 28*, 31, 36, 46; Lance, 
28; Martin, 77, 78; Math., 55; 
Ralph, 109; Robt., 28, 30, 107; 
Thos., 2*, 28, 29, 30*, 31, 46, 55; 
Wm., 2, 28, 30*, 31, 32, 102 

Ritson, Jn., 99; Peter, 103; Thos., 
103, 109 

Roberts, Dav., 11, Jn., 61; Low, 
128; Thos., 61 

Robinson, Adam, Ii7; And., 78, 
190; Anth., 8, 84, 91, 92*, 112; 
Avara, 20; Barnard, 135; 
Barthol., 179; Brian, 10, 69; 
Chas., 62; Chris., 55, 72, 73*, 80, 
83, 84, 88, 90*, 112, 113, 135, 193 ; 
Cuth., 18, 58, 67, 68, 84, 96, 134, 
181; Edw., 117, 179, 193*; Fran., 
24, 150, 177; Gaven, 194; Geo., 3, 
9, 18, 29, 37, 40, 44, 49, 55, 63, 
69, 80, 84*, 88, 102, 112, 131*, 
132, 180*, 182, 184; Gilb., 93; 
Giles, 74; Hen., 73, 178; Humph., 
180; Jas., 48, 74, 114, 154, Jn., 
7*, 9, 11, 12, 20, 21, 35, 36, 40, 
44, 51, 55, 60, 63*. 64, 66, 72*, 77, 
80, 83, 88, 101, 106, 113*, 117*. 
118, 124, 128, 131, 148, 157*, 159, 
172, 175, 180*, 182, 193*; Lane., 
103; Leo., 84; Mark, 181; Marm., 
107, 136, 175; Martin, 134*; 
Mich., 133, 188; Nich., 94, 181; 
Perc., 190; Peter, 80, 139; Philip, 
8; Ralph, 5, 9, 25, 46, 55*, 57, 81, 
134, 135, 137, 177; Rich., 9, 36, 
46, 49, 63, 67, 82, 93, 112, 114*, 
132, 155, 181; Robt., 4, 7, 46, 49, 
67, 69, 79, 82, 86, 91, 94, 101*, 
116, 128, 131, 132, 136, 171, 181, 
182, 190, 194; Roger, 7; Steph., 
72, 131; Thos., 10, 12, 18, 46, 50, 
51, 64, 71, 72, 80, 83, 84, 102, 103, 
113, 114*, 131*, 132, 136*, 151, 
152, 157*, 170, 171, 176, 177, 180, 
181; Wm., 12, 17*, 25, 33, 45, 46, 



74*, 77, 83, 84, 86, 90*, 91, 93, 

105, 113, 117*, 141, 150, 155, 168, 

170, 175, 181, 182, 193 
Robison, Arth., 109; Edw., 122, 

184; Gab., 162; Geo., 143; Jn., 

98 129; Ralph, 98; Rich., 128; 

Robt., 99; Thos., 44, 98; Wm., 

98, 184 
Robson, Anth., 13, 25, 28, 51, 70; 

Barnaby, 125; Chas., 166; Chris., 

83; Cuth., 10, 13; Edw., 148, 165; 

Fran., 17, 176; Gerald, 41; Geo., 

88, 122, 135; Gilb., 28; Guy, 48; 
Hen., 98; Humph., 38, 94; Jas., 
36, 46, 53, 165; Jerry, 48; Jn., 6, 
10, 13, 23*, 31, 38, 62, 87, 89, 98, 
131, 165*, 179; Lance., 38; Marm., 
162; Mary, 46; Nich., 24, 148; 
Peter, 36; Ralph, 35, 51, 125; 
Ranold, 36; Rich., 156, 157, 176; 
Robt., 4, 8, 10, 13, 35, 41, 49, 80, 
154, 164, 184, 187; Rowl., 90, 122; 
Simond, 52; Steph., 8; Thos., 
23*, 26, 48, 66, 88, 102, 110, 135, 
165, 168, 169, 176, 179; Wm., 11, 
23, 38, 41, -46, 46n, 94, 157, 168, 
176*, 179, 190, 192 

Rochester, Hen., 18; Thos., 18 
Rock wood, Anth., ]8 ; Robt., 3, 

33, 34 ; Tabat, 33 ; Thos., 3, 32, 

34 
Roddam (Rodham), Arch., 52; 

Chris., 191; Edw., 124; Fran., 

150; Jas., 127; Jn., 136; Thos., 

49; Wm., 127 
Rodes, Chris., 49 
Rogers (Rodgers, Roger), Cuth., 21; 

Jn., 19, 190; Peter, 177; Rich., 

177; Thos., 191 
Rogerson, Jn., 18, 24, 134; Math., 

134; Rich., 18; Robt., 23; Thos., 

18, 24; Wm., 10, 18 
Rolle, Nich., 132 
Romfoot, Hen., 109; Jn., 131 (see 

Rumford 
Rookeby, Mr. Jn., 11; Mr. Ralph, 

Roose, Thos., 52 (see Rose and 

Ross) 
Roper, Cuth., 155; Jas., 156; Jn., 

144; Nich., 95, 152; Robt., 152*, 

153; Thos., 144- Wm., 155 
Rosbe, Robt., 168 ' 
Rosden, Wm., 188, 188n 
Rose, Edw., 112; Geo., 191: Jas, 

97; Rich., 107, 112, 114; Robt., 

89, 134; Thos., 189; Mr. Thos., 
73, 73n; Wm., 90, 125 (see Roose 
and Ross 

Ross, And., 36; Dan., 37; Mr. Hen., 



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78; Thos., 165 (see Boose and 

Rosse) 

Rotheram, Wm., 84 
Rotherforth, And., 122; Chas.., 43; 

Geo., 51; Jn., 37, 38, 40, 51; 

Math., 45; Thos., 40, 52 . (see 

Rutherforth) 
Rotherie, Roger, 151 
Rough, Fran., 42 
Roumforth, Wm., 67 
Rounthwaite, Edw., 87, Geo., 85*, 

87: Jn., 74, 87; Wm., 87 
Rowe, Jn., 11, 32: Wm., 32 (see 

Raw) 
Rowell (Ro wells), Geo., 124, 128, 

141, 145, 146; Hen., 128, 141; 

Hugh, 124, 146: Jas., 18, Jn., 

36*, 107, 124*, 143, 144; Peter, 

129; Rich., 141; Thos., 36, 146, 

170; Wm., 107*, 124, 146 
Rowland, Emend, 106; Fran., 33 
Rowland son (Rowlinson), Hen., 73, 

73n, Morgan, 75, 75 ; Robt., 75; 

Thos., 18 
Rowle (Rowles), Jn., 115; Sanders, 

190 
Rowntree (Rontre), Geo., 173; Jn., 

158; Thos., 158, 173; Wm., 80, 

137, 178 

Rowsbey, Jn., 13 
Roxby, Cuth., 181; Jn., 4, 54, 115; 

Thos., 24, 76- Wm., 4, 33, 54*, 

151*. 172 

Roxdell, Ralph, 41 
Rucroft, Thos., 168 
Rudd, Jas., 107; Rich., 9, 72; 

Thos., 10 

Rudston., Cuth., 18 
Rumford (Rumphit, Rumbert), 

Chas., 77; Chris., 83; Cuth., 51; 

Edw., 93; Geo., 57; Lane., 129; 

Robt., 83; Wm., 93, 94, 178 
Russell, Hen., 92; Jn., 108; Peter, 

140, 149; Robt., 148: Thos., 190 
Rutherford (Rudderford), Edw., 61; 

Geo., 97; Jn., 114, 190; Thos., 

77 ; Vincent, 189 (see Rotherford) 
Rutledge, Jn., 155; Rich., 155; 

Thos., 155* 
Rutter, Edw., 22; Geo., 94; Hen., 

65; Jacob, 99; Jn., 38, 46, 49, 

97*, 99, 133, 136*, 137; Leo, 8; 

Ralph, 3, 22, 81, 103, 112; Robt,, 

103, 128, 132; Thos., 77, 83; Wm., 

46, 101, 177 
Ruttlass (Rutlish, Rutcless), Edw., 

124; Jn., 48, 128; Ralph, 124; 

Rich., 11, 109; Thos., 11; Wm., 

26, 129 
Ryle, Jn., 39*; Thos., 36 



S 

Sabie, Chris., 149 
Saddleton, Demick, 177 
Sadler, Fran., 17; Jn., 152, 174; 

Leo., 17; Ralph, 101; Robt., 153, 

193; Thos., 82; Wm., 152 
Saile, Robt., 113 
Salkeld (Sackald), Chris., 80; Nich., 

80; Thos., 17 
Sallett, Geo., 8; Robt., 8 
Saltonstall, Jn., 187, lS7n 
Salvin, Fran., 140; Mr. Jerrard, 

116*, 116n; Jn., 150; Mr. Robt., 

147 

Sample, Jas., 84; Rich., 92 
Samson (Sampson), Anth., 13; Jn., 

108, 135; Peter, 85; Ralph, 11; 

Robt., 134*; Wm., 95 
Sander (Sanders), Anth., 35; Brian, 

9; Chris., 25, 49; Cuth., 18, 35; 

Edw., 112; Geo., 12; Hen., 25; 

Jas., 128, 141; Jn., 2, 26, 35*, 37, 

49, 53, 55, 150; Ralph, 25; Robt., 

9, 35., 48, 50; Thos., 23, 181 
Sanderson, Chas., 74, 74n, 148; 

Chris., 73, 73n, 74, 106; Edw., 

189; Hen., 28; Jacob, 112; 

Jn., 39, 49, 72, 73, 106, 134; 

Math., 62; Philip, 18, 72, 72n; 

Ralph, 33; Rich., IIP; Robt., 

134, 162*; Sam., 28; Mr. Sam., 28, 

28/i ; Steph., 89*; Thos., 28, 36, 

42, 58, 59, 67, 68, 72, 89, 90; Wm., 

62, 72, 134, 189, 191 
Sandilands, Nich., 36; Pat 191- 

Robt., 36 
Sands, Wm., 83 

Sarrison, Robt., 17 (see Harrison) 
Satterthwayte, Jn., 191 
Saufield, Jn., 100 
Savage, Ralph, 137, 184; Wm., 139, 

176 

Savill, Thos., 72, 128; Wm., 174 
Sawer, Geo., 48 
Sawney, Jas., 100 
Sayre (Saire), Geo., 73, 75, 178; 

Ralph, 113; Thos., 178; Wm., 

176 

Sayver, Wm., 86 
Saywer, Wm., 86 
Scale (Skaife), Hen., 86; Thos., 

93; Wm., 93 
Scamell, Jn., 20 
Scarth (Skarth), Fran., 155; Mich., 

171; Thos., 177 
Scath, Fran,, 10 
Scathlock (Skaithlock, Skeathlock), 

Jn., 127; Rich., 126, 130; Thos., 

179 
Schorer, Chas., 29 



237 



Schuller, Jas., 24 

Scogaine, Robt., 106, 106n, 107 

Scoggan, Robt., 58 

Scott, Alex., 41;- Anth., 41, 83, 106; 
Barthol., 14, 176; Cuth., 155; 
Dan., 151; Edw., 190; Hen., 59; 
Jas., 176; Jn., 17, 26, 38, 79, 114*, 
190; Jos., 20; Math., 41; Mich., 
36; Ralph, 52; Rich., 61; Robt., 
25, 26, 79, 84, 176, 187, 191; Thos., 
11, 21, 51, 69, 98, 114; Umphrey, 
40; Walter, 145; Wm., 151, 191, 
192 

Scrogges, Thos., 174 

Scurfield (Skirfield, Skirfill), Alex., 
17; Anth., 26; Bernard, 33; 
Chas., 145; Edw., 166, 166n; 
Emanuel, 25, 25n; Geo., 77; 
Godfray, 129; Jn., 25, 46, 112, 
132, 139; Nich., 146; Peter, 33, 
114; Ralph, 26, 52; Robt., 141*, 
145; Roger, 14; Thos., 26, 48; 
Wm., 20, 24, 33, 77, 114, 139, 141, 
166, 166ri 

Scurry, Chris., 178; Fran., 178; 
Jn., 178; Wm., 178 

Seale, Robt., 189 

Seamer (Semer), Barthol., 162; 
Chris., 21; Fran., 82; Jn., 124, 
179; Low., 162; Peter, 66; Robt., 
174; Wm., 33 

Searle, Edw., 69; Perse., 101; 
Ralph, 70; Wm., 69 

Seaton, Jn., 191 

Sedgwick, Jn., 11; Ralph, 21 (see 
Sigswick) 

Selby, Chris., 157; Geo., 39, 39/i, 
191- Gilb., 189; Jn., 40, 123, 187; 
Ralph, 17, 186, 186n; Rich., 51, 
190: Rowl., 51; Thos., 39, 39n; 
Wm., 158*, 189; Sir Wm., 39, 39n 

Senior, Ralph, 25; Thos., 25 

Serientson, Chris., 171 

Servant, Jn., 130 

Sewell, Geo., 170; Jn., 71, 170; 
Ralph, 170; Thos., 73, 134; Wm., 
46 (see Sowell) 

Shadforth, Mr. Anth., Ill, llln; 
Chris., 20; Geo., 116, 132; Jas., 
152; Jn., 117, 127, 152*, Nich., 
131; Robt., 112, 116, 118; Thos., 
90; Mr. Thos., 136, 136w; Wm., 
116 

Shaftoe, Bart., 41; Clem., 50, 5071,; 
Hen., 194; Jas., 45; Jn., 45, 50, 
50n; Robt., 19, 139; Thos., 44; 
Tim., 38; Umph., 41; Wm., 45, 
51, Sir?, 143; Mr. Wm., 46 

^hakelock, Anth., 46; Chris., 132, 
151; Jn., 32, 117, 157; Mark, 



180; Ralph, 137; Rich., 117, 180; 

Robt., 32; Wm., 68, 117 
Shampley, Ralph, 21 
Shanks, Jn., 20, 21 
Sharp, Cuth., 170; Jn., 3, 46, 148, 

155*; Peter, 112: Ralph, 164; 

Rich., 176*; Robt., 54, 73, 117, 

132*, 142, 151; Roger, 175; Thos., 

40, 117, 131*, 138; Wm., 19, 20, 

113, 132, 151, 154, 156, 170, 176 
Sharper, Bart., 17; Lance., 17; 

Ralph, 17; Robt., 19, 46 
Slhaw, Alex., 129; Blease, 83; 

Cuth., 49; Edw., 83; Fran., 57, 

88; Geo., 8, 9, 144, 144n; Hen., 

67, 82, 87; Jas., 41, 72, 192; Jn., 

11, 57, 70, 74, 97; Mr. Jn., 95, 

95n; Mich., 82; Philip, 97; 

Ralph, 72*; Regn., 82; Rich., 8; 

Robt., 82, 83, 128, 168, 169; Thos., 

69, 79, 96, 158*; Wm., 55, 63, 

87, 88, 152 
Shawter (Shalter), Geo., 93, 96; Jn., 

85, 86; Lance., 88; Math., 57, 95; 

Robt,, 85; Wm., 86, 88 
Sheddons, Chris., 136 
Sheffield, Chris., 129; Mr. Geo., 

125, 125n ; Jn., 123, 146 ; Thos., 119 
She! ton, Edm., 130 
Shell (Sheele), Clem., 187; Hen., 

191; Hugh, 129; Jarrett, 190; 

Jn., 103, 187, 188, 191; Leo, 125; 

Martin, 188; Nich., 38, 98, 102; 

Rich., 36, 58, 190; Robt., 191; 

Thos., 191; Wm., 188, 191* 
Shepherd, Cuth., 156; Hen., 55, 

165; Rich., 156; Tho., 107, 132, 

155*; Wm., 19, 125, 138 (see 

Shippard) 
Shepperdson (Shippardson), Adam, 

117, 117n; Chris., 3, 33, 34; Geo., 

112; Jn., 112*, 128; Luke, 128; 

Miles, 3, 55; Ralrdi, 114; Rich., 

151; Wm., 114, 116, 118 
Sheraton (Sheriton), Chris., 163; 

Jas., 169; Jn., 165, 171; Ninian, 

163; Thos., 144, 178; Wm., 164, 

165, 169 
Sherburn, Robt., 151; Quintin, 190; 

Wm., 190 

Sherington, Wm., 85, 171 
Sherwin, Math., 17; Wm., 8, 123 
Sherwood, Geo., 170; Jn., 46, 170; 

Thos., 170; Wm., 169 (see Shir- 
wood) 
Shevill, Cuth., 27; Jn., 17, 30; 

Thos., 49 

Shield, Robt., 67; Wm., 66 
Shipley, Jn., 40, 193; Robt., 193; 

Thos., 193 



238 



Shippard, Jn., 188; Luke, 127; 
Robt., 83, 189: Thos., 73; Wm., 
63 (see Shepherd) 

Shirwood, Fran., 61: Thos,, 61 (see 
Sherwood) 

Shoote, Jn., 59 

Shoreswood, Thos., 120 

Short, Geo. 191; Ealph, 58, 60; 
Rich., 9; Robt., 9; Thos., 9, 145; 
Wm., 60 

Shortricke, Jn., 146- Robt., 29 

Shotton, Edw., 152; Geo., 193; Jn., 
193; Math., 143; Rich., 178; 
Wm., 152, 180, 194 (see Shutton) 

Shottwell, Thos., 20 (see Shuttwell) 

Shrowech, Thos., 24 

Shutt, Anth., 105; Fran., 105; Jn., 
105*; Wm., 105 

Shutton, Jn., 113 (see Shotton) 

Shutwell, Earth., 181 (see Shottwell) 

Sibbett, Jas., 188, 188n 

Sickerwham, Jn., 77; Thos., 77; 
Wm., 63 

Side, Dav., 152 

Sigswick, Anth., 92; Chris., 87; 
Mr. Cuth., 115; Gerard, 167; 
Hen., 65, 77; Jn., 59, 66, 78, 79*, 
89, 109, 167*, 182: Ralph, 67, 85, 
108; Rich., 57, 85*; Thos., 65, 
67, 69, 79*, 112, 115; Wm., 68, 
79, 85, 167; Mr. Wm., 145, 145n 
(see Sedgwick) 

Sikes, Benj., 7; Brian, 7 

Silvertop, 'Geo., 8; Jn., 66, 68; 
Mabel, 68; Robt., 24, 24n; Thos., 
64 

Silvester, Jn., 130 

Sim, Wm., 190 

Simpson (Simoon), Alex., 135, 190; 
Amb., 48, 74; Anth., 61, 74, 77, 
171; Barnard, 63; Brian, 91; 
Chas., 59; Chris., 68, 72, 134; 
Cuth., 94, 125, 143; Edm., 131; 
Edw., 19*, 52, 70, 191; Fran., 11, 
83 ; Geo., 21, 34, 52, 132, 170, 189 ; 
Hen., 20, 28, 104, 131. 175: Mr. 
Hen., 143, 143n,; Hugh, 57, 91, 
93; Jas., 21, 36, 53, 63, 94, 190; 
Jeff., 83; Jn., 53, 59, 63*, 66, 67, 
70*, 75, 80, 85, 86*, 87, 91, 107, 
129, 146, 172, 184; Leo., 179; 
Margt,, 63; Math., 76, 83: Nich., 
76; Pat., 191; Perse., 87; Ralph, 
44, 71, 74, 150; Rich., 49, 176; 
Mr. Rich., 143, 143n; Robt., 31, 
63, 72, 76, 82, 91, 94, 95, 128, 146, 
169, 171; Roger, 8, 85, 175; Rowl., 
49, 128; Thos., 4, 8, 14*, 51, 53. 
63, 74, 83, 87, 89, 107, 113, 122, 
154, 155, 181, 192; Wm., 11, 41, 



67, 69, 70, 82, 86, 87*, 89, 90, 94 r 

121, 182, 189, 194 
San, Ingerham, 31 
Sinburne, Jas., 90 (see Swinburn) 
Sinclair (Cynkler), Jn., 26; Magnes, 

170 
Singleton, Farence, 188; Peter, 29; 

Ralph, 29, 87; Robt., 188 
Sisson, Cuth., 118, 118n; Jn., 57, 

88; Ralph, 20; Wm., 88 (see 

Cisson) 

Sisterson, Jn., 36, Roger, 39 . 
Sitils, Eobt., 91 
Skare, Barnard, 106; Hen., 106 
Skealle, Rich., 191; Wm., 188 
Skeldough, Edw., 168; Robt., 167 
Skelton, Geo., 28 ^ 
Skepper, Mr. Chris., 7, 7n; Moses, 

119, 119n 

Skinner, Jacob, 125 
Skirlin, Jn., 50 
Skirroe, Chris., 123; Jn., 125 
Skoone, Wm., 9 
Skrie, Math., 10 
Slack, Wm., 90 
Slater (Slayter), Edw., 189; Jas., 

71; Jn., 62, 156, 184; Math., 136; 

Peter, 55*; Thos., 61; Wm., 63 
Slegg (Sliggs), Edw., 42; Jn., 188; 

Rich., 42 
Sleigh, Jn., 186, 186n, 190, 192; 

Ralph, 191 

Sleightholme, Edw., 172 
Slinger, Fran., 106 
Slingsbie, Robt., 113 
Slumber, Wm., 159 
Smailes (Smayles), Jn., 6*, 75, 170; 

Leo., 52; Luke, 6; Rich., i6; 

Thos., 75 
Smaithwate, Edw., 57, 95, 95, 97; 

Jos., 136 
Small, Jn., 113 
Smallpage, Robt., 38 
Small wood, Jos., 150 
Smart, Geo., 184; Jas., 120; Jn., 4, 

43, 184; Jon., 25; Lance., 24; 

Math., 83; Peter, 43; Thos., 43; 

Wm., 29, 119 
Smelt, Jn., 85; Wm., 8 
Smetton, Geo., 38 
Smikh, Jn., 112 
Smirk, Jn., 123; Thos., 126 
Smirthwaite (Smurthwaite), Jn., 

107; Sam., 136: Tim., 136 
Smitch, Jn., 162 
Smith (Smyth), Amb., 138; Anth., 

72, 117,' 138; Mr. Anth., 127, 

127n: Arth., 114, 145; BartTiol., 

133, 171: Chris., 87*, 135, 142, 184, 

185; Cuth., 2, 27, 28, 46, 57, 95; 



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Duke, 33; Edw., 4, 16, 27, 36, 40, 
60*, 114, 128, 144*, 157; Elias, 
123*, I23n; Fran., 138*, 141, 175; 
Gawin, 193; Geo., 18, 52, 53, 69, 
72, 77, 134, 142*, 143, 172, 184, 
189, 191*, 193; Mr. Hendry, 121; 
Hen., 62, 63, 67, 81, 119, UQn, 
131, 132, 139, 151; Hugh, 6, 21*, 
151; Humph., 129; Jas., 42*, 43, 

155, 190; Jarrard, 194; Jer., 10; 
Jn., 3, 10, 11, 13, 16*, 18, 20, 23, 
24, 26, 28, 31, 33, 36, 38, 51, 62, 
83*, 86, 87, 91, 112, 124, 134, 136*, 
138, 148, 151, 155, 156, 169*, 170, 
171*, 175, 182, 184*, 185, 189, 192, 
193, 194; Lance., 114; Leo., 137; 
Luke, 18; Mark, 124; Martin, 26; 
Math., 55, 93, 134, 144; Mich., 

76, 113; Miles, 45; Nich., 17, 21, 
29, 36, 76*, 136, 143; Ralph, 10, 
69, 100, 136*, 152, 155, 180, 184*, 
185*, 190*; Rich., 12, 16, 17, 76, 

77, 86, 112, 114*, 142, 147, 151, 

156, 173, 176, 189, 194; Eobt., 3, 
16, 61, 87, 113, 125, 136, 138, 139*, 
155, 168, 172, 182*, 183, 190, 192 
193, 194; Roger, 32; Rowl., 27, 
112; Symond, 124; Steph., 13, 
192; Thos., 13, 14, 17, 19, 26, 27, 
35, 36, 38, 42, 53, 84*, 87, 114, 
135*, 137, 138, 141, 148, 155*, 167, 
180, 181, 193, 194; Wm., 2, 4, 8, 
10*, 14, 17, 24, 25, 27, 36*, 37, 
38*, 53, 72, 87, 104, 120, 120n, 141, 
143, 148, 168, 172, 173, 178, 184, 
185, 191, 194 

Smithson (Smythson), Fran , 37 

Math., 85 ; Thos., 73, 106 ; Wm., 36 
Smurfoot, Geo., 96; Humph., 64- 

Jn., 62; Robt., 64; Thos., 51, 62; 

Wm., 62 
Snaith (Snayth), Geo., 3, 107- Jn., 

55*, 73, 181; Ralph, 181; Robt., 

8, 107, 134; Thos., 55, 107; Wm., 

8, 107*, 146, 191 
Snawdon (Snadon), Cuth., 194- Jn., 

169, 171, 173*, 193, 194; Lance., 

24; Thos., 121*; Wm., 18 (see 

Snowdon) 

Sneathe, Hen., 190 
Snow, Cuth., 109 

Snowball (Snawball), Jn., 31, 128 
Snowdon, Anth., 150; Thos., 113, 

150, 151 (see Snawdon) 
Sober (Sowber), Chris., 64; Edm., 

83; Jn., 60, 81, 92: Ralph, 81; 

Rich., 82*; Wm., 81, 82, 83 
Sockburn, Jn., 93 
Softley, Rich., 145, 193; Robt., 24, 

Thos., 24 



Somerset, Rich., 7 

Somerside, Nich., 34 

Sommers (Somer), Chris., 113; 

Math., 61; Robt., 113 (see 

Summers) 

Sopwith, Thos., 194 
Sotheart, Chris., 68 
Sotheran (Sothran) Chas., 40; Cuth., 

45- Edw., 43; Hen., 2, 27; Jn., 

4, 13*, 44, 49, 87; Robt., 13*, 

Rowl., 44; Steph., 45; Thos., 41; 

Wm., 4, 87 (see Sutheran) 
Soudle, Jn., 97 
Souleby (Solbye), Arth., 105; Chris., 

83- Geo., 153; Jon., 105*; Osw., 

105; Rich., 142: Thos., 45, 138, 

141n; Wm., 88, 96, 153 
Southditch, Fran., 131 
Sowd, Jn., 20 
Sowerby, Jacob, 99; Jn., 109; Leo., 

73; Rich., 86, 183; Robt., 86; 

Wm., 59, 75, 99 
Sowill, Wm., 17 (see Sewell) 
Sowley, Wm., 170 
Spaine, Thos, 141 
Span ton, Jn., 66 
Spark, Edw., 165: Fran., 159; Geo., 

77, 138, 141, 168; Hen., 58; Jn., 

77, 115, 141, 165*; Math., 115; 

Nioh., 122; Ralph, 61, 62, 165; 

Robt., 77, 158, 165; Thos., 159; 

Val., 165; Wm., 165* 
Sparrow, Jn., 8, 33*, 46: Rich., 46, 

122: Thos., 33, 46; Wm., 46 
Spauding, Rich., 26 
Speaker, Mr., 1 
Speck, Cuth., 157; Jas., 180*; Jn., 

169; Roger, 70 
Spedell, Thos., 182 
Spedling, Jn., 81, 84; Wm., 90, 165 
Speed (Spede), Anth., 116; Jas., 

180; Thos., 116, 167 
Spence, Alex., 191; And., 32; Hen., 

171; Jas., 11; Mich., 83; Wm., 

42 
Spencely (Spynceley), Jn., 128; 

Rich., 150; Wm., 60 
Spencer (Spenser), Cuth., 87; Fran., 

191; Hen., 49, 87*: Jn., 58, 64, 

86; Ralph, 87; Robt., 87; Wm., 

190 

Spinkney, Jas., 92 (see Pinkney) 
Spittle, Jn., 17 
Spooner, Cuth., 174, 174n; Ralph, 

64; Rich., 64, 65; Wm., 167 
Spour (Sporr), Robt., 176; Thos., 51, 

53; Wm., 49 
Spraggon, Jn., 148 
Spride, Thos., 23 
Spring, Robt., 193 



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Sprott, Mich., 21; Wm., 20 

Spuner, Math., 135 

Spyncler, Jn., 130 

Squire, Thos., 52 

Stabler (Staybler), Chris., 176; 

Hen., 89; thos., 20 
Stafford, Edw., 18; Fran., 37; Jas., 

13; Jn., 11; Ealph, 137; Thos., 

150; Wm., 36 
Staiggs, Robt., 48 
Stainbank (Staynbanck), Chris., 86; 

Jn., 170- Jos., 171; Thos., 58, 65, 

68 
Stainforth, Peter, 173; Rich., 91*; 

Steph., 171; Thos., 91 (see Stan- 

forth) 
Stainsby, Jas., 57*, 79*, 80; Jn., 

28, 81, 83*, 92; Law., 57, 83, 93; 

Martin, 83; Robt., 73, 83, 128; 

Thos., 73, 83; Wm., 81, 83 
Stainthorp, Jn., 82 
Stainton, Rich., 160; Robt., 145 
Stalkeld, Rich., 80 
Stamp, Chris., 93; Jas., 193 
Stanely, Edw., 163 
Stanforth (Stainforth), Jn., 37; 

Thos., 91 (see Stainforth) 
Stankley, Sam., 36 
Stanton, Adam, 36; Jn., 20 
Stan wick, Lance., 164 
Stapper, Guy, 115 
Stappleton, Jn., 21; Marm., 82- 

Wm., 20, 21 
Starbuck, Wm., 5, 43 
Starkie, Hamlett, 133, 133/i 
Starre, Earth., 131: Robt., 185 
Startforth (Starford), Bart., 45; 

Brian, 141; Hen., 76; Jas., 136; 

Rich., 141; Thos., 63, 135 
Staveley, Tho., 87 
Stawper, Math., 154 
Staynes, Jn., 183 
Stead, Alex., 114 
Steavens, Thos., 17, 152 
Stebbin, Thos., 69 
Steedman, Edw., 113; Nich., 70; 

Rich., 77; Roger, 112; Thos., 80, 

117 
Steel (Steal), Barthol., 162; Fran., 

143; Gko., 87; Jas., 146; Jn., 97, 

185; Ralph, 97, 146; Rich., 88*; 

Thos., 139; Wm., 192 
Steenson (Steinson), Anth., 61; 

Chris., 151; Jn., 64 
Steere, Geo., 154, 156; Gibrye, 154 
Steley, Greg., 89; Rich., 89 
Stell, Chris., 54; Jn., 46, 54; Thos., 

46 
Stelling (Stellin, Stealling), Anth., 

179*; Jn., 156: Martin, 179; 



Rich., 168; Robt., 91, 107, 124, 
179; Thos., 57, 70, 159; Wm., 
184 

Stephenson (Steavenson, Stevenson), 
Anth., 2, 13, 39, 66, 99, 172; 
Barthol., 154; Chris., 66, 151*. 
172; Constable, 46; Cunen, 99; 
Cuth., 180; Fran., 160; Geo., 9, 
39, 71, 82, 148, 151, 155, 172, 
185; Hen., 31, 36, 66, 180; 
Humph., 121; Jn., 9, 10, 14, 25, 
31, 39*, 63, 64, 66, 83, 94,. 101, 
118, 118n., 123, 144, 150*, 151, 171, 
172*, 177, 183, 187; Ralph, 9, 31, 
69, 90, 121; Rich., 43, 69, 82, 160; 
Robt., 25, 32, 38, 64, 67, 101, 132, 
134*, 169, 190; Rowl., 155; Thos., 
9, 10, 55, 66, 67, 95, 145, 155, 172, 
177*; Wm., 19, 28, 39, 64, 67, 83, 
96, 101, 128, 160, 184 

Steward (Stewart), Alex., 101; 
Edw., 21; Geo., 136; Jas., 62; 
Jn., 10, 50, 101: Thos., 20, 102, 
176; Wm., 150 

Stiles, Arth., 62 

Stimson, Thos., 168 

Stobbart, Bryan, 152; 180; Fran., 
141; Hugh, 62; Jn., 145; Mich., 
58; Robt., 66; Sampson, 152, 154; 
Thos., 153; Wm., 12, 58, 60, 147, 
154 

Stobbs, Anth^ 38; Brian. 53, 96; 
Cuth., 73; Edw., 62*; Geo., 64, 
102*, 145; Inago, 109; Jn., 3, 26, 
38, 48, 51, 52, 53, 58, 59, 110, 145, 
146; Nich., 129*; Ralph, 52, 102; 
Rich., 147; Robt,, 53, 141; Thos., 
64; Wm., 26, 45*, 73, 95, 102 

Stobles, Jn., 45 

Stock (Stocks), Thos., 29; Wm., 177, 
188* 

Stockdell, Chris., 146; Jn., 58, 60*, 
60n,, 157; Ralph, 82 

Stockton, Chris., 171; Jn., 174; 
Hen., 171; Ralph, 151; Robt., 37 

Stoddert (Stoddard), Chris., 58, 67, 
132, 164; Edw., 13; Jas., 146; 
Jn., 55*; Lance., 87; Math., 71, 
72; Nich., 33; Philip, 138; Ralph, 
132; Robt., 136, 169, 173; Thos., 
100; Wm., 46, 87*, 132, 152, 168, 
181, 183 

Stokay, Lyonel, 50 

Stokelt (Stokeld), Cuth., 89; Fran., 
69; Hen., 133: Jerritt, 89*; Jn., 
69, 112, 128; Rich., 9; Thos., 70; 
Wm., 87, 89 

Stoker, Edw., 11; Jn., 47, 53*; 
Math., 52; Roger, 47; Thos., 26; 
Wm., 52 



241 



Stokoe, Geo., 42 ; Jn., 37 ; Math., 31 ; 

Rich., 36 ; Robt., 62 ; Thos., 194 
Stone (Stones), Geo., 39; Jn., 134; 

Thos., 113 
Stoode, Wm., 135 
Stores, Jn., 181; Rich"., 181; Thos., 

181*, 182 
Story (Storey), Anth., 131; Chris,, 

78, 172; Cuth., 52; Edw., 189, 

190; Geo., 23, 39, 84; Jas., 191; 

Jn., 23, 24, 72, 113, 139, 143, 150; 

Lance., 40; Ralph, 180; Rich., 

173, 175; Robt., 49, 83, 129, 185, 

193; Roger, 18; Steph., 48; Thoa., 

26, 32, 36*, 44, 54, 146; Uzwin, 

113; Wm., 10, 47, 138, 139 
Stother, Chris., 107 
Stothert (Stothard), Jn., 26; Robt., 

67 (see Stoddert) 
Stott, Anth., 18: Chris., 113; Edw., 

125; Geo., 124, 125*; Hen., 180; 

Hugh, 125; Jn., 124, 125; Rich., 

23; Robt,, 4, 25, 84; Rowl., 123; 

Thos., 21, 71, 78, 125; Tim., 124; 

Wm., 38, 109, 112, 124 
Stout, Chris,, 21; Edw., 77, 135, 

172; Gilb., 50; Jn., 109, 135, 136, 

185; Nich., 77; Ralph, 58; Robt., 

109; Thos., 145-; Wm., 22, 76 
Stradford, Hen., 21 
Straford, Amb., 63 
Strange, Robt., 50 
Stranguage, Mark, 113 
Strawheall, Jn., 6 
Strickland, Cuth., 83 
Stringer, Jn., 183; Lance., 28- 

Wm., 31 

Stroddert, Lionel, 145 (see Stothert) 
Stroker, Geo., 127 
Strother (Struther), Gawen, 188; 

Jas., 188; Jn., 20; Wm., 191 
Stubbs, Rich., 87, 173; Thos., 88; 

Wm., 173, 178 
Stuckey, Rich., 44 
Suddes, Jas., 190 
Suddick (Sudwick), Geo., 141- Jn., 

21, 64, 76, 141, 170; Philip, 97- 

Ralph, 123; Robt., 97 
Suggatt, Emanuel, 180; Jn., 180 
Sumerside, Jn., 31; Mich., 127; 

Rich., 53; Wm., 53, 128 
Summers (Summer), Hen., 79; Jn., 

41, 62; Law., 65; Ralph, 65: 

Rich., 62; Robt., 20; Thos., 73 

(see Sommers) 
Sunder, Jas., 61 
Sunderland, Rich., 18 
Sunton, Rich., 166 
Surrett, Anth., 134: Jn., 13, 113 j 

137; Rich., 13, 135; Wm., 134* 



Surtees- (Suretees, Sautis, Saurtus), 

Anth., 4, 14*, 31; Cuth., 63; 

Geo., 39; Jn., 38; Ralph, 2, 26, 

27; Robt., 63, 82; Thos., 11, 38; 

Wm., 49 

Sutcliffe, Mr. Rich., 177 
Sutherin, Hen., 28, 176; Humph., 

70; Jas., 176, 179; Thos., 177; 

Wm., 28 (see Sotheran) 
Sutton, Jn., 129; Thos., 128 
Swainston, Anth., 177, 178; Geo., 

106, 176; Hen., 106; J.n., 58, 88*, 

162, 177; Osw., 106; Rich., 75; 

Robt., 175; Thos., 177; Wm., 168 
Swallow, Jn., 112; Nich., 112; 

Thos., 112 
Swalwell, Geo., 144*; Hen., 19; 

Jas., 144; Jn., 114, 124, 144, 153; 

Luke, 168; Marm., 144; Rich., 

19; Robt., 41, 181; Thos., 37, 163; 

Wm., 3, 22, 51, 114, 129, 143*, 

144, 169* 
Swan, Ather., 24; Jn., 20, 84; 

Nich., 192; Rich., 65; Robt., 150; 

Roger, 20; Thos., 193 
Swarlyn, Osw., 41 
Swatt, Robt., 151 
Sweet, Edw., 190 
Sweeting (Swething), Anth., 138, 

Jn., 26, 107; Nich., 184; Ralph, 

158; Wm., 156 
Swier, Rich., 83 
Swinbank, Jn., 84, 94; Ralph, 94*; 

Walter, 180; Wm., 61, 145 
Swinburn (Swynburn) Cuth., 36, 122; 

Geo., 9, 94, 146; Jn., 19, 36, 37, 

38, 94; Lance., 150; Marm., 37; 

Nich., 57, 93; Peter, 116; Rich., 

17, 104; Mr. Rowl., 128, I28n; 

Thos., 37; Sir Thosi., 145, 145n; 

Wm., 3, 9, 22, 36, 117, 151 
Swinglehirst, Wm., 193 
Swinnay, Robt., 52 
Sydbotten, Mich., 38 
Sym, Jas., 145; Jn., 145, 187; 

Thos., 189 
Symy (Sime), Math., 26; Mich., 3, 

32, 34*; Wm., 32 



Tadcastle (Tedcastle), Gilb., 27; 

Mich., 150 

Taileforth, Wm., 151 
Tallentire, Chris., 61; Jas., 86; Jn., 

60 (see Terrentire) 
Tankred (Tanket), Rich., 37*; 

Thos., 179 
Tanton, Geo., 117 
Tame, Wm., 98 

16 



242 



Tarran, Adam, 177; Jn., 172; Thos., 
92, 178 

Tarrell, Eobt., 52 

Tate (Tayt, Tait), And., 191; 
Awston, 20; Chris., 70; Jas., 
188; Jn., 43; Munge, 20; Wm., 
81 

Tatham (Tatam), Ealph, 97, 97n; 
Eobt., 97, 97n 

Taylboyes, Anth., 160, I60n 

Tayler (Talor, Tailor), Abram, 72; 
Amb., 150, 152: Anth., 7, 9, 10, 
24, 29, 33, 113*, 129, 131; Bleash, 
82; Chas., 78, 126; Chris., 43; 
Cuth., 10, 58, 82, 106, 108, 130; 
Edw., 30, 33, 88, 126; Fran., 61; 
Geo., 28, 29, 30, 74*, 76, 78, 88, 
121, 125, 129*, 135, 161; Hen., 74; 
Jas., 113, 125, 128, 134; Jn., 9, 
17, 19, 25, 28, 29, 30*, 31, 33*, 
36*, 37, 51, 53, 54, 55*, 74, 76, 77*, 
78*, 87*, 91, 114, 117*, 124, 128, 
130, 143, 191; Lance., 16, 145; 
Mark, 36; Math., 77, 121; Mich., 
3, 33, 64, 138; Nich., 16, 33*, 55, 
68, 128; Peter, 87, 112, 191; 
Philip, 139; Ealph, 23, 24, 67, 68; 
Eich., 8*, 33, 42, 68, 113, 145; 
Eobt., 20, 39, 78, 114*, 127, 129*, 
132; Eoger, 41, 87; Thodorus, 
113; Thos., 18, 21, 24*, 27, 28*, 
33, 36, 39, 52, 55*, 74, 82, 87, 
105, 107, 113*, 128, 129, 155, 193 ; 
Tobie, 78; Umph., 30; Wm., 3, 
16*, 17, 24*, 26, 30*, 55, 87, 107*, 
113, 117, 150, 166, 172, 193 (see 
Toler) 

Taylorson, Jas., 165; Jn., 81, 92, 
162*, 163; EowL, 162; Thos., 160 

Teale, Perc., 93 

Teasdale, Anth., 98*, 102, 108; 
Chris., 101, 108; Cuth., 101; 
Edw., 101; Fran., 55; Geo., 33; 
Hugh, 108 ; Jn., 36, 67, 101*, 108*, 
109, 121, 126; Mich., 67: Nich., 
108; Ealph, 24; Eich., 114; Eobt., 
98, 177; Steph., 102; Thos., 32, 
36, 151; Wm., 102, 108, 129 

Telford, Thoe., 191; Wm., 191 

Tempest, Geo., 38; Mr. Jn., 69, 70 
Wm., 39, 39n 

Tempin, Jn., 176; 

Temple, Geo., 191; Jas., 188; Ealph 
51; Thos., 38, 61, 187, lS7n 
Toby, 192 

Tennant, Steph., 82 

Terrentire, Wm., 106 (see Tallentir*) 

Tewart, Jn., 7 

Tewer, Jn., 77 

Te worth, Eobt., 25 



Thackwray, Thos., 107; Wm., 107 

Thaller, Sam., 36 

Theakston, Simond, 181; Wm., 181 

Thew, Jn., 42 

Thirkeld (Thirkelt), Chris., 80; 
Edw., 20; Fran., 80; Jas., 66; 
Jn., 66; Lance., 66 

Thirlbeck, Sam., 54; Thos., 54 

Thirlway (Thirloway), Phil., 43; 
Eobt,, 49; Thos., 11 

Thirslewhite, Anth., 122 

Thomlinson, Jn., 10; Wm., 54, 54n; 
Mr. Wm., 4, 4>n (see Tomlinson) 

Thompson (Thomson, Tomson), 
Alex., 52*; Amb., 74; Anth., 11; 
Mr. Anth., 4, 4n; Chas., 61; 
Chris., 10, 23, 37, 46, 49, 87, 91, 
114, 177, 184; Mr. Chris., 4, 5n; 
Cuth., 33, 42, 85, 112, 128, 190; 
Edw., 37, 48, 69, 70, 113, 116, 148, 
152, 175, 193; Fran., 112, 145, 185; 
Geo., 6, 11, 17, 24, 26, 28, 48, 60, 
64, 69, 70, 73, 91, 109, 112, 125, 137, 
138, 145, 148; Gilb., 17, 187; Hen., 
37, 48, 50, 132, 151, 185, 189, Hugh, 
95; Ingram, 99; Jas., 7, 59, 152, 
171, 190; Jn., 6, 17, 21, 25, 26, 30, 
32, 33, 44, 51*, 58*, 60, 61, 64. 66, 
72, 83, 84, 110, 112*, 116, 124, 
127, 131, 132, 138, 145, 146, 155, 
156*, 159, 170, 172, 177, 178*, 179*, 
184; Lawr., 191; Leo, 109; Math., 
83, 123, 163; Mich., 23, 28, 49, 
102, 193; Nich., 11, 13, 62, 92, 
113*, 178; Pat., 11, Ralph, 8, 21, 
37, 107, 146, 151*, 164, 175, 180, 
190; Eich., 9, 16, 21, 36, 37, 49, 
62, 82, 112, 114, 155, 184; Eobt., 
6, 10, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 32, 35, 40, 
53, 60, 61, 67, 82, 83*, 101, 102, 
112*, 148, 163, 168, 175, 178, 194; 
Eowl., 58, 103*, 109; Sam., 18; 
Steph., 37, 129; Symond 42; 
Thos., 24, 26, 32, 33, 36*, 38, 41, 
46, 49, 50, 55, 58, 73, 74, 82, 101, 
109, 112, 113, 121, 148*, 155, 162, 
163, 170, 172, 172n, 176, 178, 184, 
193*; Tim., 155; Wm., 11, 18, 24, 
36, 37, 38, 40, 50, 63, 64, 67, 84, 
92, 105, 109, 113*, 114*, 131, 132, 
151, 153, 155, 156, 157, 168, 177, 
178, 184, 185, 192 

Thornbrough, Geo., 10 

Thomburrie, Eobt., 176 

Thornton, Jn., 124, 173; Nioh., 13; 
Eich., 114; Eoger, 9, 150; Sam., 
13; Wm., 13, 135 

Thorp, Dan., 156; Jas., 155, 156; 
Jn., 127; Eobt., 156, 163, 173; 
Wm., 97, 173, 175 



243 



Thraler, Jn., 101 

Thurbeck, Robt., 151; Win., 151 

Thurburn, Geo., 191; Wm., 191 

Thursbie, Edw., 95; Jn., 76, 95: 
Rich., 106, 106n; Mr. Rich., 59, 
59/i ; Symond, 20; Thos., 69, 95; 
Toby, 95; Wm., 95 

Thwaits, Wm., 141 

Tiburne, Robt., 106 

Tichichus CTychichus), 143, 143n 

Tideman, Thos., 79 

Tilbury. Jn., 188 

Tilley, Jas., 26; Thos., 114 

Tindell (Tindale, Teradle), Geo., 52; 
Jas., 47; Jn., 179, 189; Math., 
176; Rich., 67, 177; Thos., 157; 
Walter, 23; Wm., 84, 177 (see 
Tyndall) 

Tinkler, Amb., 73; Anth., 88; Edw., 
87; Jn., 98*; Mich., 73; Philip, 
83 ; Ralph, 87 ; Robt., 86 ; Wm., 98 

Tinmouth, Geo., 185 (see Tyne- 
mouth) 

Tiplady, Geo., 139: Jn., 108, 172, 
177; Robt., 176 

Todd, Amb., 37; Anth., 47, 64, 
68; Arch., 83; Barnard, 93; 
Bryan, 89; Chris., 10*, 84, 85, 
102, 159; Cuth., 101, 107, 193; 
Geo., 9, 66, 190, 193; Hen., 52, 
162, 194: Jas., 193; Jarrard, 192; 
Jn., 2, 6, 33, 46*, 67, 81, 85, 89, 
94, 109, 113, 116, 117, 193, 194; 
Lance., 159; Math., 124, 193: 
Mich., 169; Nich., 124, 131, 148; 
Ralph, 20; Rich., 10, 59, 60, 64, 
194; Robt., 46, 73, 94, 109, 190; 
Roger, 36; Rowl., 90; Thos., 6, 
33*, 46* 64*, 66, 85, 92, 101, 107, 
117, 121, 124, 148*, 151, 155, 194*- 
Wm., 20, 32, 46, 62, 64, 65, 66 
112, 194 

Toler, Robt., 82 (see Tayler) 

Tomlinson, Edw., 24; Nich., 113; 
Wm., 31 (see Thomlinson) 

Tonge (Tongue), Mr. Cuth., 85; 
Edw., 9; Mr. Geo., 85; Mr. 
Ralph, 85; Robt., 169; Wm., 33 

Topias, Arth., 74; Talbot, 74 

Toppin, Hen., 17 

Torrens, Thos., 18 

Toureson, Erasmus, 38 

Toward, Anth., 109*; Cuth., 108; 
Geo., 108, 109; Hen., 8, 43; Jn., 
8, 109*; Marm., 8; Nich., 109*; 
Robt., 8; Thos., 109*; Wm., 7 
Towers, Edw., 93; Jn., 68; Osw., 
151; Thos., 69 

Towlard, Wm., 63 
Towler, Jn., 63; Wm., 87 



Townes, Wm., 9 

Townsend (Townend), Robt., 92; 

Symond, 175; Thos., 175 
Toyes, Turistall, 90 
Toyneton, Jn., 135 
Tram, Edw., 18 
Trent, Rich., 193 
Trestald (Trestale), Jn., 64* 
Trewhitt, Chris., 3; Geo., 9; Jn., 

9; Ralph, 9, 77; Rich., 24, 111; 

Robt., 9, 24; Thos., 146; Wm., 

23, 24 

Trinbridge, Wm., 69 
Trinell, Geo., 37 
Trip, Rich., 123* 
Triplett, Thos., 54, 54n; Mr. Thos., 

4, 4in 
Trollop, Jn., 128, 139*; Sampson, 

142, 142n; Mr. Thos., 127, 127n 
Tron, Hew, 188 
Trotter, Chris., 89, 156; Geo., 62, 

63, 86; Hen., 64; Jas., 94, 133; 

Jn., 36, 58*, 62, 77, 88*, 108, 180; 

Lance., 102; Oliver, 87; Ralph, 

62, 63; Rich., 129; Robt., 63, 

108; Thos., 20, 53, 78, 96, 108, 

110, 156; Toby, 41; Wm., 38, 62, 

156 
Trumble, Amb., 19; Barth., 21; 

Edw., 42, 44, 48; Geo., 17; Hen., 

48; Jas., 18, 26; Mark, 18; 

Mich., 21; Peter, 18; Robt., 187- 

Thos., 24, 187; Uzward, 33*; 

Water, 49; Wm., 44, 48 
Trunckston, Rowl., 124 
Trusterum, Rich., 83 
Tuard, Thos., 82 
Tuck, And., 27; Jn., 27 
Tuggill (Tuggalt, Tuckalt), Chris., 

155, 165; Wm., 64 
Tuler, Chris., 66 
Tuley, Jn., 97 
Tulle, Thos., 193 
Tumdes, Anth., 83 
Tunstall (Tonstall, Tunsdaile), Geo., 

173; Jn., 1, 70, 136; Marm., 

Ill; Mr. Marm., 150; Ralph, 

173*, 173n; Rich., 124; Mr. Thos., 

92, 127, 127 n,; Toby, 92; Wm., 

84, 92 
Turbatt, Dyonise, 156; Jn., 168; 

Rich., 102, 182; Robt., 168; 

Thos., 168, 169 
Turner, Brian, 67; Cuth., 135, 146; 

Edw., 129; Hen., 91; Jn., 6, 20*, 

23, 83, 87, 128, 134, 188, 190; 

Nich., 91; Ralph, 87; Rich., 40; 

Robt., 2, 6, 8, 39, 137; Rowl., 

38; Thos., 17, 24, 25, 36, 83, 91, 

137, 173; Wm., 36 



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Turpin, Geo., 42; Jn., 97; Rich., 
177; Eobt., 9; Thoe., 11; Wm., 28 

Turryes, Thos., 21 

Turvin, Janiell, 191; Eobt., 191* 

Tutin, Jn., 31 

Tuttie, Jn., 114 

Tutton (Tuton), Jn., 82; Mich., 146 

Twedell, Anth., 26, 141; Chris., 141; 
Fran., 167*; Hen., 184; Jas., 41, 
141; Jn., 6, 45, 141, 170; Nich., 
141*, 141n ; Philip. 138; Robt., 
122; Thos., 3, 6, 45; Wm., 6 

Twedie, Gee., 96 

Twentyman, Jn., 46 

Twisell, Jn., 39; Ralph, 36 

Twivell, Robt., 21 

Tyers, Rich., 133 

Tyndall, Jn., 76; Peter, 41; Robt., 
76; Wm., 167 (see Tindell) 

Tynmouth, Geo., 145; Jn., 40, 138; 
Ralph, 165 (see Tinmouth) 

U 

Ullock, Anth., 75; Geo., 74; Jn., 
71, 75; Nich., 71; Robt., 71; 
Thos., 71, 73; Wm., 75 

Umphrey, Lance., 189; Thos., 40 
(see Humphrey) 

Unthank, Anth., 131; Fran., 176; 
Geo., 10, 136; Jn., 55; Math., 
136; Mich., 26; Ralph, 26; Rich., 
131; Thos., 10; Wm., 129, 133 

Urpeth, Wm., 48 (see Orpith) 

Urr, Jn., 17 

Urwin, Chris., 20, 21; Edw., 167, 
192; Jn., 125; Robt., 19; Thos., 
18, 194 

Usher (Ushaw, Ushoe), Anth., 178; 
Chas., 112, 132; Cuth., 128; Edw., 
132; Geo., 44, 109; Hen., 51; 
Jas., 142; Jn., 29, 33; Nich., 77, 
132; Rich., 117; Robt., 172; 
Steph., 169; Thos., 29; Wm., 17, 
114, 177 

Uswand, Tobias, 135 



Vallian, Jn., 180 

Vane (Vaine), G., 60; Sir Geo., 
105, 105n 

Vary, Geo., 82; Hen., 62; Robt., 
73; Thos., 82, 179; Wm., 159 

Vasey (Veasey), Alex., 108; Anth., 
109; Chris., 80, 123; Jn., 80, 108, 
108n; Nich., 79, 80; Ralph, 32, 
33, 109; Rich., 58, 107*, 109*, 
189; Thos., 80, 101; Wm., 57, 79, 
80, 109* 

Vaughan, Jn., 83 



Vaux, Jn., 36, 58, 65, 65n, 68*; 

Rich., 65 

Veagelman, Val., 191 
Venus (Venis), Robt., 18, 21; Roger, 

31; Wm., 193 
Vepon (Veapon), Anth., 102*; Cuth, 

102; Nich., 101; Thos., 38; Wm., 

97 

Verren, Wm., 137 
Vertus, Bryan, 46 
Vickers (Vicars), Geo., 27, 90; Hen., 

66; Jas., 67, 103; Jn., 11; Nich., 

29; Robt., 11; Thos., 17, 23*, 25, 

87, 177; Tim., 94; Wm., 87, 106 
Vincent, Jn., 77 
Vinson, Robt., 60 
Vint, Geo., 74; Hen., 73; Jer., 10; 

Jn., 10; Osw., 75; Philip, 73; 

Ralph, 73; Steph., 73; Wm., 41 
Volantine, Jn., 44 



W 

Waby, And., 139 

Wade (Wayde) Anth., 87; Edw., 41; 

Geo., 6, 66, 170; Jn., 177; Mich., 

14; Ralph, 6; Rich., 33; Thos., 

52, 188; Wm., 126 
Waddell, Wm., 151 
Waddye, Ralph, 47 
Wadley, Rich., 179 
Wager, Hen., 171 
Waidson, Anth., 102; Robt., 18 
Waigh, Walter, 114 
Waineman, Geo., 135; Jn., 94 
Waire, Math., 24 
Waistall (Wastall, Weistel), Anth., 

87; Earth., 93; Chris., 172; Geo., 

26, 58, 65, 68; Hen., 83; Mich., 

65; Ralph, 26; Robt., 151; Thos., 

79, 83, 91, 92; Wm., 65, 73, 82*, 

91 
Waister (Wayster), Jn., 135; Ralph, 

135; Robt., 135; Symond, 176; 

Thos., 19, 135; Wm., 135 
Waite (Wayte), Lyonel, 40; Thos., 

19, 115 
Waiting (Wayting, Wayttin), Jn., 

171, 172; Thos., 159; Wm., 172, 

179 
Wake (Wacke), Edw., 135; Geo., 4, 

54, 55; Hen., 17, 135; Jn., 40, 

161; Martin, 46; Nich., 138*, 

139, 140; Rich., 32; Robt., 46; 

Thos., 3, 32, 34, 134, 138 
Wakefield, Alex., 26; Robt,, 26; 

Simond, 51; Thos., 27, 39 
Walbank, Geo., 86; Jn., 88; Nich., 

86; Peter, 88; Rich., 87; Tho., 86 
Walbie, Geo., 9; Thos., 60 



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Wale, Brian, 62; Chris., 62; Geo., 

61; Jas., 62; Jn., 62 
Wales, Jn., 14; Rich., 92; Wm., 92 
Walker, Arab., 108; And., 40; 
Anth., 99, 119, 124, 163*; Bryan, 
63; Chris., 26, 77, 171; Cuth., 11, j 
35, 36, 37*, 41, 115, 179; David, I 
185; Edw., 92, 150; Fran., 59, 
73, 84; Geo., 73, 104, 130, 135, 
176; Hen., 26: Hewe, 35; Hugh, 
42; Humfrey, 35; Jacob, 99; 
Jas., 20, 131; Jeffrey, 9, 55; Jn., 
20, 24, 25, 25n, 35*, 36, 37, 41, 51, 
52, 62, 63*, 66, 69, 73, 86, 99, 108, 
109, 117, 124, 125, 145, 167, 178, 
181, 185; Mr. Jn., 4, 4n; Lance., 
43; Harm., 171; Martin, 7, 64; i 
Mich., 23, 131, 184; Miles, 51; 
Nich., 83, 141 ; Peter, 51, 84, 181, ! 
182; Ralph, 61*, 70, 76, 113, 114, 
124, 191; Rich., 24, 77, 130; 
Robt., 35, 45, 69, 71, 113, 167, 
169, 181; Roger, 35, 87; Rowl., 
123; Sam., 181; Thos., 10*, 17, 
55, 73, 77, 109, 124, 151, 171; 
Wm., 35, 41, 64, 73, 83, 97, 107, 
135 

Wall, Anth., 110; Bryan, 64; 
Chris., 102; Cuth., 102; Geo., 58, 
102*, 103*; Hen., 67; Jn. 68, 
102*, 161; Philip, 68; Ralph, 58, j 
103*, 109*, 165; Rich., 59, 64, 92; 
Robt., 96, 102, 108; Rowl., 77; 
Wm., 67, 86, 96 

Wallas (Wallice, Wallis, Wallace), 
Edw., 41, 43, 46; Eman., 20; 
Geo., 41, 43; Hen., 109; Hugo, 
137; Jas., 49, 137, 168, 168n- Jn , 
126, 129, 130, 184; Jos., 41; 
Rich., 134; Robt., 42, 43; Thos, 
21, 23, 43, 46, 48; Wm., 19, 48 
185 
Waller, Jn., 74; Robt., 156; Wm , 

79 

Wally, Thos., 148 
Walsh, Jn., 150 

Walter (Walters), Cuth., 138; Edw., 
114; Jn., 114, 157, 164; Ralph, 
157; Wm., 61, 158 
Walton, Anth., 49, 51, 98; Arth., 
29; Brian, 9; Chris., 74, 90, 102, 
124; Fran., 101; Gamaliell, 102; 
Geo., 55, 62, 77, 102, 107, 113, 
125, 146, 165; Hen., 12, 98, 102, 
129; Mr. Hugh, 126, 126n; Jn., 
10, 11, 12, 30, 74, 101, 123, 126, 
128*, 130, 170; Math., 61; Mich., 
89; Peter, 42; Ralph, 89, 101; 
Reg., 50, 102; Rich., 55, 89, 90, 
98; Robt., 12, 89, 101; Thoa., 50, 



61, 62, 66, 74, 98, 101*. 129, 146; 
Mr. Thos., 127, 127; Wm., 21, 
61*, 75, 77, 79, 89*, 101, 102, 146, 
164 

Wand, Geo., 94 

Wanlas (Wanless, Wandlas), 
Hendry, 122; Jn., 11, 34, 192; 
Robt.,' 9; Thos., 43, 43n, 52, 194; 
Mr. Thos., 5, 5n; Wm., 10, 114 
Wann, Cuth., 145; Robt., 156 
Wapps, Mark, 178; Rich., 178 
Ward, Chris., 83, 84, 177; Cuth., 
30, 34*, 41; David, 20; Edw., 29, 
34; Geo., 15, 39, 162, 174; Jas., 
178; Jn.; 15*, 49, 61, 102, 113, 
157, 171, 184; Mr. Jn., 157, 157n; 
Mr. Jos., 157, 157n; Leo., 154; 
Lewis, 83; Low., 98; Mark, 42; 
Mr. Nath., 59, 59n ; Peter, 157; 
Ralph, 9, 91, 157; Rich., 83, 184; 
Robt,, 15, 18, 82, 84, 184; Roger, 
179; Steph., 84; Thos., 37, 41, 63, 
84, 154*, 162, 177, 184; Toby, 
157; Wm., 8, 84, 154*, 171* 
Wardell (Wardale), Chris., 13; 
Edw., 131; Geo., 13; Jn., 9, 163, 
180; Mich., 137; Robt., 4, 66; 
Thos., 125, 136; Wm., 131, 163 
Wardhaugh, Robt., 192, 194*; 

Uzwold, 51 
Wardrope, Chris., 38; Geo., 38; 

Marm., 38 
Ware, Fran., 150 

Warkupp (Warkcopp), Chris., 84; 
Jn., 74; Robt., 74; Thoa., 75; 
Mr. Thos., 74 

Warmouth, Chris., 15; Geo., 163; 
Mr. Hen., 4; Jn., 132, 155, 156*; 
Robt., 155*; Thos., 154* 
Warrener, Rich., 191; Thos., 194 
Waskee, Wm., 107 
Wason, Wm., 181 
Wasse, Humph., 94; Ralph, 66; 

Wm., 63 

Waterhouse, Rich., 19 
Waters, Chris., 54; Geo., 49; 

Hen., 50; Jn., 52; Rich., 26 
Watkin, Geo., 112, 113; Hump., 

180; Robt., 180 

Watson, Alex., 25; Anth., 67, 98, 
136, 141, 167; Barthol., 171; 
Brian* 177; Chas., 155; Chris., 21, 
38, 47, 145; Cuth., 21, 103*, 167; 
David, 19, 89; Edw., 42*, 193; 
Fran., 124, 151: Gabriel, 11; 
Geo., 8, 49, 61, 82, 94, 103, 113, 
148; Gilbert, 125; Guy, 102, 109; 
Hen., 13, 82, 109*, 188, 191; 
Hugh, 94; Isaac, 113; Jas., 3, 22, 
117, 118, 118n, 131, 141*, 151, 



246 



156, 169, 192, 194; Jn., 6, 10, 12*, 
17, 19, 33, 35, 36, 52, 55, 61*, 62, 
65, 74, 80, 81*, 86, 89, 98*, 101, 
103, 109, 114, 133, 141*, 156, 167*, 
168*, 169, 178, 189*, 193; Lance, 
87; Mark, 50, 112, 181; Martin, 
114*; Math, 42, 189; Mich., 136, 
155, 165; Nich., 3, 12, 21, 22, 87, 
102, 141; Ralph, 41, 60, 89, 103, 
167, 181; Eich., 54, 64, 69; Eobt., 
3, 12, 42, 80, 82, 107, 122, 141, 
141/i., 156, 159, 165, 179; Eoger, 
8, 84; Eowl., 59, 109; Simond, 84: 
Steph., 98, 182: Thos., 8, 38*, 50, 
52, 74, 103*, 112, 136, 155, 164, 
169, 170, 177, 190, 193; Mr. Thos., 
177- Wm., 19*, 35, 42*, 46, 48, 
50*, 54, 64, 81, 91, 98*, 113, 114, 
125, 131, 132*, 136, 141n, 151, 156, 
167, 193 

Watt, Jas., 79; Jn., 20, 59, 151; 
Pat,, 43, 43w ; Philip, 150; Ealph, 
131; Eioh., 170; Eobt., 144, 151; 
Thos., 79*, 151; Wm., 95, 114, 
123, 151* 

Watterman, Barthol., 71; Geo., 71; 
Ealph, 71; Eich., 71*; Eobt., 71; 
Thos., 73 

Watterson, And., 37 

Waugh (Wawfe), Bernard, 158; Jn., 
7, 31, 36, 88; Peter, 37, 133; 
Eobt., 8, 193; Thos., 92, 138; 
Wm., 6, 7, 31 

Wawdy, Geo., 183; Jn., 183 

Wayles, Wm., 8 

Weaines (Weenies), Geo., 153; Jn., 
152*; Eobt., 153; Thos., 145; 
Wm., 152 

Wear (Weere), Anth., 33; Jn., 33; 
Thos., 194* 

Weatherburn, Hen., 21 ; Jn., 18 (see 
Wetherburn and Witherburn) 

Weatherel! (Weathereld), Anth., 
72; Cuth., 176; Hen., 72, 87; 
Jn., 75 (see Wetherell) 

Weatherhead, Cuth., 134 

Webb, Eobt., 150 

Webster, Mr. Hen., 150 ; Wm., 
189 

Weddell, Jn., 190, 191 

Weight, Wm., 102 

Weigh tman, Cuth., 18 (see Wight- 
man) 

Weighton, Eich., 148 

Welans (Weland), Geo., 44; Thos., 
43, 193 

Welbank, Mich., 24; Peter, 100 

Welberry, Gerrard, 122; Jn., 181; 
Eich., 121; Thoe., 124 

Welford (Welfoot), Chris., 126; 



Fran., 158; Geo., 94; Jn., 70, 93, 
94, 126, 177; Ealph, 158; Eich., 
69; Eobt., 69; Thos., 158, 159; 
Wm., 94 (see Wilfoot) 

Wells, Eobt., 67 

Welsh (Welch), Brian, 9; Cuth., 
136; Jeffrey, 9; Jn., 6*, 9*, 136, 
137, 144; Mich., 125; Eich., 6, 
9*; Eobt., 9, 136; Wm., 9, 137 

Welton, Jn., 44 (see Walton and 
Whelton) 

Wen, Nath., 19 

Werdhouse, Ealph, 62 

West, Anth., 66; Edw., 8; Fran., 
66, 93; Jas., 41; Jn., 39; Ealph., 
65; Eobt., 21; Wm., 26 

Westgarth, Jn., 102; Lance., 102; 
Nich., 101; Wm., 101 

Westin, Eobt., 109 

Westland, Chris., 131; Jn., 131; 
Eobt., 43 

Westwick, Alex., 73; Eobt., 73; 
Eoger, 73; Thos,, 73; Wm., 72 

Westwood, Bart., 183; Jn., 103*; 
Eich., 76; Wm., 101 

Wetherburn, Jas., 189; Jn., 189*; 
Tho., 189 (see Weatherburn and 
Witherburn) 

Wetherell (Wethereld, Wetherelt), 
Chris., 177; Hen., 88; Jn., 8, 58, 
59, 87, 174*, 174n; Lance., 58, 
88*; Marm., 175, 175n; Eich., 33; 
Eobt., 180; Thos., 174, 180; Wm. 
170 (see Weatherell) 

Wetherston, Wm., 193 

Wetherup, Geo., 24 (see Witherup) 

Wharrington, Jn., 95; Nich., 68; 
Thos. 84; Wm. 92 

Wharton (Whorton), Edw., 183, 
183n; Gabriel, 72; Jas. 61*; Jn., 
45; Math., 71; Phil., 82; Wm., 
59, 75, 191 

Wheat, Hen., 73; Thos., 73 

Wheatley, Anth., 38; Chas., 8; 
Cuth., 25; Geo., 26*, 29; Hen., 
8; Jas., 25, 182, 183; Jn., 26, 27, 
28, 61, 109, 133, 146, 176; Nich., 
48; Eich., 123; Eobt., 27, 28, 63, 
107; Simond, 62; Tho., 25, 26, 
28*, 157; Wm., 28, 43, 45, 48, 55, 
64*, 137, 176 

Wheelhouse, Wm., 91 

Wheldon, Anth., 11; Geo., 13; Jn., 
25; Philip, 11; Steph., 13; Thos., 
6, 7, 132; Wm., 44 (see Wildon) 

Whelton, Geo., 49, 163; Hen., 50, 
160; Jn., 49; Nich., 51; Ealph, 
44; Eobt., 49; Thos., 160; Wm., 
86 (see Welton) 

Whetson, Chris., 84 



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Whetston, Jn. , 49 ; Thos. , 75 ; Wm. , 87 

Whiney, Geo., 11; Jn., 11 

Whistons, Jas., 64 

White (Whyte), And., 191; Anth.. 
64, 75, 76; Chris., 184; Edw.. 
162; Fran., 63; Geo., 63, 64, 104. 
144*. 147; Gilbert, 150; Giles. 
82; Hen., 124; Jas., 185; Jn., 58. 
114, 122, 123, 169, 193; Mich., 194: 
Miles, 96, 131; Nich., 63, 96, 145: 
Perce., 192; Kalph, 124, 193: I 
Rich., 24, 58, 70, 88*, 152, 179, ! 
184; Robt., 5, 11, 20, 31, 36, 46, 
58, 63, 76, 87, 90, 109; Howl., 58, i 
86, 88*; Thos., 49, 59*, 63*, 76, I 
89*, 90*, 94*, 112, 128, 192, 193; ' 
Wm., 58, 62*, 63*, 64, 96 

Whitehead (Whytehead), Cuth., 
170; Hen./178; Jas., 170, 171; 
Jn., 119; Math., 33; Ralph, 170; 
Sam., 48; Thos., 170*; Wm., 76. 

Whitelaws, And., 51; Jn., 49; Sam.. 
51 

Whitell, Jn., 72 

Whitfield, Anth., 39; Arch., 48; 
Chris., 48, 61, 128; Cuth., 61, 94; 
Edw., 87; Geo., 20, 21, 103; Hen., 
101*; Jas., 116; Jn., 23, 61, 63, 
64, 69, 85, 102, 107, 143, 170; 
Math., 61; Peter, 102; Rich., 61, 
122, 128, 145, 147; Robt., 15*, 48, 
'77; Roger, 85; Thos., 28, 48, 62, 
165, 173; Wm., 61, 92, 94, 143 

Whitelock, Anth., 47 

Whitjiam (see Witham) 

Whittance, Fran., 141 

Whittiers, Yinson, 108 

Whittingham, Anth., 40; Edw., 33, 
148n; Jn., 6; Thos., 33, 148; Mr. 
Tim., 29, 29n; Wm., 6 

Whittington, Edw., 148 

Whitton, Jn., 114 

Whittons, Jn., 117 

Whitwell, Jn., 115; Nich., 141n 

Whitword, Alex., 17 

Whitworth, Rich., 170; Wm., 133 

Whorlton, Jn., 150; Thos., 72; 
Wm., 64 

Widdass, Jn., 114 

Widdefield, Chris., 97; Clem., 158*; 
Hen., 124; Jn., 158, 181; Robt., 
31, 96*, 157, 158; Thos., 97; Wm., 
157, 181 

Widdison, Roger, 185; Thos., 185; 
Wm., 185* 

Widdowes, Giles, 159; Jn., 19, 159; 
Math., 112, 159; Robt., 138 

Widdrington, Wm., 146 

Widdrop (Widerop), Geo., 158; 
Wm., 139 



Widging, Tim., 61 
Widlah, Jn., 18 



Wigginson, Jn., 89 

Wigham (Wygam), And., 148; 
Chris., 33, 177; Jn., 54; Thos., 51; 
Wm., 8, 50 

Wigrhtman, Arch., 51; Chris., 190; 
Thos., 190; Wm., 48 (see Weight- 
man) 

Wikcliff (Wycliffe), Mr. Hen., 151, 
151ft ; Mr. Jn., 122, 122 ; Mr. 
Wm., 69, 149, 149n 

Wilburn, Jn., 152; Ralph, 87; 
Thos., 87, 89; Wm., 62 

Wild (Wyld), Anth., 26, 113; 
Cuth., 26; Geo., 26*; Hen., 85; 
Jas., 133; Jn., 26, 57, 81, 83, 
156; Lance., 66; Mark, 156; 
Mich., 66; Ralph, 26, 134; Rcbt,, 
21, 38, 83, 90; Thos., 60, 66*, 71, 
81, 94, 170; Wm., 18, 65, 94 

Wildbore, Mr. Gilb., 94, 94n 

Wildman, Martin, 83 

Wildon, Geo., 131; Marm., 131*; 
Peter, 131; Rich., 155 (see 
Wheldon) 

Wilfoot, Anth., 60 (see Welforc 7 ) 

Wilkin, Jn., 10 

Wilkinson (Wilkeson), Abram., 94; 
Alex., 11, 39, 43; Anth., 18, 49, 
51, 162; Chris., 72, 92, 128, 173; 
Cuth., 34, 76; Edw., 76, 131, 
148; Fran., 113; Geo., 17, 36, 37, 
76*, 136, 137, 146, 155, 173 : Hen., 
11, 23, 52, 100*, 146, 161, 164, 166, 
180, 183; Jas., 23, 49, 141, 130; 
Jn., 4, 7, 29, 30, 38, 44, 50, 52, 
70, 73, 85, 112, 114, 122*, 125, 
134*, 141, 142, 145, 151, 154, 159, 
166, 168, 176, 180*, 182, 192; Mr. 
Jn., 64; Law., 27, 173; Mich., 39, 
177; Nich., 3, 23; Osw., 83; 
Peter, 129; Philip, 169; Ra^ph, 
112*, 137*, 155, 159, 168, 169, ]*0; 
Rich., 29, 112, 124, 131, 173; 
Robt., 52, 69, 93, 125, 134, 135*, 
141, 183; Mr. Robt., 170, 170 -i; 
Bowl., 29; Thos., 15, 20*, 36, 84*, 
97, 168*, 169, 170, 174, 177; Wm., 
11, 29, 36, 38*, 45, 77, 95, 99, 113, 
129, 135, 136, 139, 154, 161, 1C8*, 
182 

Wille, Hugh, 29 

Williamson, Alex., 123*, 156; Anth., 
123; Earth., 92; Dav., 52; Edw., 
30; Geo., 129; Jn., 35, 67, 84, 
156*, 184; Marm., 57, 81, F4; 
Plato, 86; Thos., 25, 51, 67*, 123, 
134, 145, 171, 175, 193; Wm., 64*, 
170*, 171; Mr. Wm., 65*, 65 n 



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Willie, Anth., 143; Chas., 67; 

Chris., 67; Geo., 97, 152; Jas., 

57, 96*, 97; Jn., 27, 77, 96*; 

Lance., 143; Rich., 97, 161, 162; 

Robt,, 97; Steph., 57, 104; Wm., 

11, 20 
Willies (Willys), Jn., 72; Thos., 

167 

Willinson, Barthol., 183 
Willis, Edw., 29; Rich., 27; Robt., 

29, 30; Roger, 2; Wm., 21, 49 
Willoby (Willobie), Elias, 189, 190; 

Fran., 129; Geo., 60, 134; Hen., 

190; Jn., 42; Rich., 76, 191; 

Robt,, 134; Thos., 23; Wm., 62, 

189, 189, 190 
Wills, Thos., 193 
Wilson, Amb., 155; And., 46; 

Anth., 72, 82, 99, 139, 172, 179; 

Arch., 109; Arth., 49; Brian, 

134; Chris., 136, 165, 172; Cuth., 

10, 119, 172; David, 94; Edw., 

20, 160; Gabriel, 109*; Geo., 35, 
37, 52, 62*, 63, 74, 112, 124, 133, 
139, 169, 182, 193; Hen., 36, 37, 
41, 48, 67, 83, 139, 168; Jas., 11, 

21, 61, 72*, 185; Jn., 8, 9, 14 19*, 
28, 46, 51*, 63, 69, 75, 77, 80, 82, 
86, 90, 99, 105, 106, 114, 144, 147, 
148, 150, 152, 169, 172, 173, 177, 

. 182, 183; Mr. Jn., 10*; Lance., 61; 
Leo., 99; Harm., 38, 174; Martin, 
76; Math., 114; Mich., 50; Nich., 
19, 61 ; Peter, 17, 72, 87, 99*, 192 ; 
Ralph, 19, 83, 123, 125, 161, 173, 
177, 189*; Rich., 6, 38, 105, 114*, 
146, 172, 190; Robt., 2, 11, 33, 
46, 53, 62, 74, 80, 81, 83*, 92, 97, 
107, 113, 128, 140, 155, 179*; 
Roger, 26, 104, 106; Rowl., 82; 
Sam., 114; Simond, 63- Steph., 
40; Thos., 6, 10, 17, 35, 51, 52, 
62, 63, 69, 74, 81, 82*, 93, 106, 107, 
109, 121, 128, 159*, 172*, 173, 175, 
181; Tim., 120; Vol., 155; Wm., 
18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 36, 40, 41*, 
69, 83, 86, 106, 114, 125, 134, 135*, 
136, 137*, 161, 162, 172, 176, 177, 
180, 188, 191 

Wind (Wynd) Anth., 179; Thos., 
73; Wm., 69 

Windegats, Math., 194 

Winshop, Geo., 48; Hen., 48; Jn , 
36; Roger, 36 

Winter, Cuth., 139; Geo., 139*; 
Jas., 71; Jn., 12, 30, 139; Nich., 
73; Robt., 148; Thos., 30, 64, 109; 
Wm., 126 

Winterbottom, Robt., 62 

Winterburn, Geo., 5, 43 



W,interingam, Geo., 150 

Wiseman, Jn., 177; Ralph, 38; 

Rich., 128; Robt., 124; Rowl., 

69; Wm., 128 
Witham (Whitham, Wytham), Mr. 

Anth., 69, 70; Mr. Peter, 30, 30n; 

Mr. Wm., 117, U7n 
Witherburn, Jas., 114 (see Weather- 
burn and Wetherburn) 
Witherop, Jn., 76 
Witton, Fran., 82; Robt., 19; Thos., 

132; Wm., 135 
Wood (Woods), Alex., 6; Anth., 

162, 192; Chris., 62; Hen., 130, 

163; Jn., 6, 42, 63, 64, 80, 90, 96*, 

129, 130, 165, 178, 193; Mr. Jn., 

115; Jos., 165*, 165^; Math., 97; 

Ralph, 70; Rich., 21, 57, 81, 190; 

Robt,, 42*, 83, 112, 169, 172; 

Sam., 88*; Simon, 166; Thos., 6, 

17, 32, 80, 96, 119, 163, 166, 168; 

Mr. Thos., 2, 2n; Wm., 21, 25, 

52, 64, 157*, 162 
Woodburn, Thos., 49 
Woodcock, Edm., 191 
Woodhouse, Jn., 158; Peter, 158; 

Ralph, 181; Robt., 158; Wm., 158 
Woodill, Steph., 83 
Woodmass, Geo., 124; Jn., 12, 15, 

152; Roger, 83; Thos., 76; Wm., 

26 
Woodroff, Ju., 155, 156, 194; Rowl., 

155; Thos., 155 
Woofe (Woufe), Chris., 22; Geo., 

148; Jas., 142; Jn., 21, 136; 

Rich., 131; Thos., 5, 27; Wm., 

146 
Wooler, Jn., 36; Rowl., 101; Thos., 

101 
Wordey, Jn., 139; Jos., 61; Robt., 

139; Thos., 83; Wm., 58, 87 
Wormeley, Robt., 172 
Worth, Hen., 189* 
Worthey, Rich., 80 
Wrangham, Cuth., 68; Edw., 68, 

88; Geo., 184; Hen., 29, 33; Jn., 

4 10 14, 55, 87, 88;. Simon, 87; 

Thos., 55; Wm., 77, 183, 184 
Wray (Wrey), Chris., 45; Fran., 44; 

Jn., 9, 44, 159; Nich., 44; Ralph, 

67; Rich., 159; Thos., 16, 45*, 92, 

135, 159; Toby, 79; Wm., 28, 44, 

159* 
Wren, Anth., 78, 184; Chas., 66, 

107; Mr. Chas., 130, 130ft; Chris., 

61, 78; Fran., 60; Jn., 49, 61; 

Lindley, 60; Mr. Lindley, 62; 

Thos., 108; Wm., 78, 108, 181 
Wright, Abram, 180; Anth., 61, 

76; Brian, 62; Chris., 107, 178; 



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Edm., 36; Edw., 76; Emanuel, 
173; Gabriel, 127; Geo., 63, 85, 
122, 125, 146, 149; Giles, 63; 
Hen., 84; Hugh, 60; Mr. Hugh, 
105; Jn., 32, 37, 38, 41, 54, 58*, 
61*, 62, 64, 67, 85, 103*, 104, 107, 
110, 121, 158, 169, 191; Jos., 176; 
Lance., 33; Peter, 31, 77, 176; 
Ealph, 63; Rich., 4, 25, 54*, 63, 
77, 85, 176, 180; Robt., 168, 176; 
Steph., 62; Thos., 54*, 63, 81, 
158*, 169, 182, 183; Tristram, 169; 
Wm., 26, 30, 42, 58, 60, 61*, 63, 
67, 70*, 76, 114, 131, 160, 169 

Wrightson, Cuth., 72; Jn., 99, 171; 
Mathias, 14, 14n, 32; Mr. 
Mathias, 4, 4n; Thos., 72, 164 

Wudel, Wm., 33 

Wyde, And., 40 

Wyles, Jn., 192 

Wyrley, Edw., 149; Mr. Edw., 148 



Yallerrid, Wm., 162 

Yarker, Mich., 74; Thos., 74 

Yarr (Yare), Jn., 90*; Robt., 90; 

Thos., 108 
Yarrow, Randall, 52; Thos., 163; 

Wm., 173 



Yates, Hen., 19 

Yealan, Simoud, 98 

Yealder (Yealdart. Yeilder), Chris., 
142; Ralph, 170; Robt., 55; 
Wm., 124* 

Yeatman, Wm., 187 

York, Jn., 109 

Yortton, Geo., 38; Jn., 38 

Youle (Yoole, Yule), Jn., 165*; 
Robt., 32; Simon, 165; Thos., 91 

Young (Yongue, Yeang), Anth., 
117, 144; Arth., 113; Edw., 169; 
Geo., 39, 42, 54, 113, 117, 118, 
191; Gilb., 42: Hen., 54, 69, 108; 
Jas., 26, 50*; Jn., 3, 24, 33*, 34. 
35*, 41, 42, 43, 107, 146, 162, 179, 
181; Lane., 132; Law., 15; Math., 
17, 180; Mich., 43, 181, 189; 
Ralph, 9, 116, 116/1 ; Robt., 22, 49, 
150, 161, 165, 180*, 181 ; Roger, 4, 
25; Thos., 35, 40, 54, 69, 117, 
189; W T m., 4, 15, 18, 54*, 66, 91, 
132 

Younger (Yeanger), Anth., 4, 54*; 
Bryan, 117; Duke, 7; Edw., 49; 
Geo., 38; Hen., 144; Jn., 7*, 12, 
52, 54, 144, 146; Jotm., 9; Ralph, 
146; Robt., 124; Roger, 54; 
Rowl., 7; Thos., 7, 43, 132, 146 

Yoward, Anth., 36 



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