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REYNOLDS HlSTOeiCAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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denealoigicH et leralrtica. 



EDITED BY 
JOSKPII JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D., F.S.A. 

maltraVers herald extraordinary. 



VOLUME IV. 

THIRD SERIES. 



LONDON : 

]M1TCHELL AND HUGHES, UO AVAllDOUR STEEET, W. 

1902. 



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"FN completino- the Fourth Volume of the Third Series the Editor has 
again the pleasure of thanking the Patrons and Subscribers of 
the Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica for the support given to 
tlie ]\Iagazine, and also the various Contributors whose Papers he has 
been enabled to publish. The Registers of Marriages at Maidstone were 
t'losed at the year 1754, having run through three Volumes. 

To LoKD IIawkesiuiky he is indebted for the Pedigree of the Famil}^ 
of Hobsoii of York in 1075; and to Siii CIeoiiue Armytaqe, Bart., F.S.A., 
for the tablet coninieniorating the death of Maria Armytage, sister 
of Sir Thomas Armytage, the sixth Baronet in 173G, when the title of 
IGld became extinct. To Mr. 0. E. Cokayne, Clarenceux King-of-Arms, 
F.S.A., he is also much indebted for various Family Histories. The 
Compilers of the entries of Wandsworth Marriages, and of the Monumental 
Inscriptions in fet. Marylebone Parish Church, have also largely contributed 
to the pages of the Magazine; and to various other Contributors he is 
indebted for interesting subjects, notably the account of the predecessors 
of Walter Savage Landor from 1575. 

The Editor trusts to his able Contributors still to favour him with 
papers on family histories, antique bookplates, etc., and any other matter 
of an interesting genealogical nature. On account of declining health 
he hopes to be assisted by the kind co-operation of Mr. W. Bruce 
Bannerman, F.S.A., the Treasurer of the Ifarleian Society, in the next 
volume, which will be the Fifth Volume of the Third Series. 



'31.9/ Janitari/, 1002. 



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CONTENTS. 



ARMS. 

AlHTcairny, 303. 
AWdl ahat Abruhall, 21. 
ArhcM.ii, 21 i». 
ArmvUiK'o, 280 and ^/. 
Ashtoii, I'll. 
Macon, UK), 
lladenoc'h, 133. 
Hulii.loii, Ihiko of, 10. 
llulitduii alias AVyiiston, 10. 
'Hanifyldc, 101)^/. 
liaiichc.fij, 31. 
Barbon, 150. 
Uarcluy, 48, 216. 
Hasset, 150. 
Hatosoii, Ki. 
Haiidiiiiiii, 191. 
lU'alo, .15. 

Hcaucliami), Karl of, 25(i. 
Ucanfort, 10. 
Hebb, i'5G. 
15ernake, 150. 
Uethel, 215. 
Hirnell, 151. 
Bi.shop, 114. 
Bisliopp, 223. 
Uisse, 125. 
Ulacket, 114. 
HIake, 214. 
Hlayney, Lord, 218. 
Boddin<^ton, 212. 
Honelliis, G6. 
Uooth, 214. 
Botetourt, 150. 
Boyle, 210. 

Brecon, Prince of, IG— 18. 
Broui,'liton, 1. 
Browiiliiw, 221. 
nn.\li..liii(«, 211, 
Ihicko, !ti(). 
Hurcs, 165. 
Burton, 300. 
Buttes, 166. 

Canipdeii, Vi.sooiint, 109 «/. 
Carli.slo, Earl of, 223. 
Can-, 151. 
Cayly, 150. 
("ocii, 18, 20, 218. 
Cliamporaowne, 218. 
Charles II., Kmg, \QQ pi. 
Chaworth, 21.3. 
Chester, 117, 150. 
Chetwynd, Viscount, 223 
Clifton, 150. 
Cokaino, 153. 
Colo or Coles, 151. 
Colles, 221. 
Conipton, 244. 



Cope, 208, 209,215, 222, 242 

243. 
Cope— Slierbrooke, 243. 
Cotton, 299. 
Cox, 100. 
Crewys, 209. 
Cronibie, 259. 
(!roni\voll, 150. 
(!ruishank, 299. 
D'Albini, 150. 
Dauby, 280. 
Danvers, 1. 
Dashvvood, 222. 
D'Auhi^uy, 45. 
Do Bryan, 1G5. 
Do Buers, KM.. 
Do Burcs, 1(15. 
Do Furneau.x, 0. 
De Eurnelli.s, 8. 
Do Roydoii, 1G4. 
Dicer, "l89. 
Dorchester, Marques.s of, 

109 pi. 
Dorset, Duke of, 223. 
Downham, 218. 
Doyley, 213. 
Draper, 169. 
Dry by, 150. 
Dryden, 210. 
Dun combe, 243. 
Edwards, \0d pi. 
Elliot, 221. 
Elmer, 166. 
Emp.son, 215. 
England, 17, 19, 109 pi. 
Estcourt, 214. 
Ettou, 2, 151. 
Kvcrard, 1 19. 
Muart, 217. 
Eairlic, 259. 
Fenwick, 150. 
Fermour, 214. 
Ferrers, Baron, 109 pi. 
Fettiplace, 209. 
Fishe, 93. 
Fitzt,'erald, 300. 
Foote, 101. 
Fowle, 222. 
Fownes, 221. 
France, 17, 19, 109 pi. 
Frances, 215. 
Eraser, 133. 
Furneau.x, 8, 11. 
(iarnolt, 217. 
Gerard, 214. 
(Glamorgan, Prince of, 17 — 

19. 
Glover, 212. 



Golding, 174. 

Gordon, 257. 

Gordon, Dukes of, with ^/a^e« 
and blazon, 133. 

Gossage, 208, 215. 

Gouldsmith, 222. 

Greenwell, 254. 

Greenwood, 215. 

(Jrcerc, 220. 

Gregory, 220. 

Gienvillo, 213. 

Grey, 18. 

Hacker, 244. . 

Hall, 254. •*■■"*■■' 

Hamilton, 303. 

llandcock, 21(>. 

Harc(.urt, 208. 

Harrington, 209. 

Harvey, 229. 

Hastings, 18. 

Hausted, 208, 215. 

Hautenvilie, 216. 

Ileneage, 208, 211. 

Herbert, 229. 

Hereford, Earl of, 17. 

Hereford or Herford, 109 »/. 

Hewitt, 1. 

Hicks, 109 pi. 

Ilillard alias Highlord, 37. 

Hobsoij, 101, 265. 

Holland, Earl of, 213. 
Hood, 2.13. 
HoptoD, 151, 220. 
llowaid, 255. 
Howe, 06: 
llucks, 221. 

Humphrey (Humfrey), 258. 

Huntingdon, Earl of, 109 ju/. 

Huiitloy, Earl of, 223. 

Hyde, 2. 

Ibgrave. 208. 

Ireland, Wd pi. 

Jackson, 135, 221. 

James, 60. 

Jeukinson, 222, 223. 

Kirtou, 211. 

Knevet, 150. 

Knight, 280. 

Knightley, 223. 

Knott, 216. 

Lane, 213. 

Langham, 134. 

LascoUes, 150. 

Eaton, 151. 

Lavington, 209. 

Law, 215. 

Lee, 214. 

Leeds, Duke of, 1 and j>l. 



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CONTKNTS. 



Leigh, 218. 

Leiiflitoii, 223. 

Li'wknor, 151. 

liisbunio, I'liirl and Viscount, 
215. 

[.ock, 118, 149. 

Lockhart, 31. 

Lovell, 165. 

Lovett, 208. 

Lupus, 150. 

L31U10, 150. 

Lvtlon, 213. 

Aiiillorv, 210. 

.MiMisol, l-onl, 205!in(l;)/. 

.M:ir.sh, 109;^/. 

-Alathers, 219. 

ilcCumon, 299. 

Meade, 219. 

JMeuevili, 151. 

Methold, 211. 
>Moluiu, 213, 215. 

Moii^ne, 218, 219. 

Monou.v, 21-1. 

ilordaunt, 215. 

Moresby, 150. 

Morris, 209. 

^lountclianc}', 1(5. 

Murray. 103. 

Neruuyt, 229. 

NeviU, 1. 

Neville, 217. 

Neweuhaui, 208, 215. 

Nicliolsou, 300. 

f)usIo\v, 215. 

Osborne, 1, 221. 

Palmer, 109 pi. 

I'aston, 213. 

Pate, 218. 

Patten, 299. 

Peuiberton, 212. 

Pembroke, Earl of, IG, 18. 

IMiilibs, 21(5. 

I'liil-ps. 217. 

I'i.-kerin^r, 150. 

Plume, 174. 

Pollard, 103. 

Powys, Prinee of, Ifi. 

Poyneinges, 165. 
'Primrose, 303. 

Qu.aidode, KiO. 

Quarles, 208. 

Queensborry, Duke of, 304. 

llaleigh, 210. 

Kandall, 100. 

Kavenscroft, 298. 

Kawlinson, 148. 

Eay, 147, 148. 

Raymond, Lord, 93 and pL, 
IIG. 

Keiliy, 210. 

Riou, 190, 191. 

Rochester, Earl of, 245. 

Rowe, 69. 

Rowse, 165. 

Russell, 258. 

St. Andrew, 109 pi. 

St.. CJeorgo, 109 pi. 

St. Patrick, 109 pi. 

Sampey, 215, 216. 



Sampson, 1(>5. 

Saunders, 209. 

Savile, 280. 

Scot land, 109 pi, 223. 

Scott, ISO. 

Seton, 133. 

Shaw— Cathcart, 223. 

Sheffield, 215. 

Sheldon, 104. 

Shelto', 165. 

Sherburne, 304. 

Shilteiuie, 1()5. 

Sinclair, 303. 

Singleton or Siugleturne, 1, 

2, 221. 
Slaney, 222. 
Snow, 250. 
Snowe, 209. 
Somers, 212. 
Somerscales, 208. 
Somerset, Duke of, 109 pi. 
South AVales, King of, 17. 
Spencer, 165, 208, 210, 215. 
Spinckes, 214. 
Stafford, 209, 210. 
Stafforde, 165. 
Stonard, 106. 
Stradling, 17—19. 
Stretlun, 217. 
Sutton, 165. 
Sweney, 216. 
Tame, 210. 
Tasborough, 212. 
Tatesliall, 150. 
Taylor, 216, 254. 
Teignmouth, Lord, 256, 

257. 
Thoyts, 217. 
Throgmorton, 211. 
Tbyrkell, 151. 
Tipi>ing, 219. 
Trappcs, 280. 
Tudway, 217. 
Tylliol, 151. 
Tyrell, 148. 
Valence, 18. 
Vardill, 258. 
Vigors, 258. 
Waldrou, 106. 
Walklate, 147. 
Walmesley, 1. 
Walter, 214, 218. 
AVariug, 52. 
AVaterhouse, 219. 
AVebb, 133. 
AVestmorlaud, Earl of, 214, 

219. 
AA^etteuhall, 222. 
AA^ialey, 218. 
AVhitmoro, 223. 
AYhitney, 220. 
AVhitworth, Earl of, 223. 
AVilles, 217. 
AVoodhall, 208. 
AVyndham, 215. 
AVynstou, 16-21 and pi. 
Yelverton, 211 
York, ILRIL Duke of, 

109 pi. 



ARMS AND CHESTS, 

(;KANTS AM) CONFIR- 
MATION'S OF. 

Cliester, 117. 
Draper, 169. 
Ililhird alUis Ilighlord, 37. 



AUTOGRAPHS. 

Cokaiue, Aston, 154. 
Cokayne, Anne, 154. 
Dycer, RobtMt, 189. 



BOOKPLATES, ARMORIAL. 

Gordon, Dukes of, 33 and pi. 
Leeds, Thomas (Osborne), 

Duke of, 1 and pi. 
Lisburne, Wilnnjt, Earl of, 

245 and pi. 
Lislnirne, AVilmot, A^iscount, 

245 and pK 
Alan.sel, Tliomas, Lord, 205 

and pi. 
Raymond, Lord, 93 iind pi., 

152. 



CHURGJI REGISTERS, EX- 
TR.\CTS FROM. 
Almsford, 126. 
Alveston, 288. 
Ashbourne, Derby, 154. 
Barford, 287. 

IJristol, St. Stephen'.s, 127. 
Chevington, Suffolk, 3. 
Chiro, Sullblk, 4. 
Cobbam, Surrey, 191. 
Cowiinge,.Sulloik, 4. 
Crewkerne, 12t). 
Deuston, Suffolk, 4. 
E.xeter, St. David's, 130. 
Frocester, 205. 
Glemsford, Sutlblk, 42. 
llartest, Sulfolk, 42. 
llaugbley, Sullblk, 42. 
Hawkedon, Suffolk, 43. 
Hundon, Suffolk, 43. 
Inkberrow, ^^'oroester, 245, 

292. 
Loudon — 

Bethnal Green, 80, 193. 

Bishopsgate, St. Botolph, 
302. 

Claphani, Surrey, 144. 

Hoi born, St. Andrew's, 
155. 

Paul's Wharf, St. Peter's, 
155. 

St. Giles' in the Fields, 
155. 

Spitalfields, La Patente,80. 

ThreadueedleStreot, French 
Church, 302. 



CONTENTS. 



Vll 



Uxlcy, 288. 

.Maitlitloiio, All Siiints, 2(3, 01, 

110,137,178,221 
Murriu^'fji ol' \\'uiHls\v()rUi 

Iiiluil)itiiiits, 12, :tH,Hi), lia, 

17t>, 202, 2;t:}, 2M1. 
.Mi.rl.Hk, 12U. 
.Morutoii .\Iorroll, 28(>. 
Ncv»l)..ia I'll.!)', 280. 
I'ui^'iitoii, Devon, 128. 
l'(>Ii>«ortli, \\'arwick, 1.')."). * 
Salfotil I'riors, 211. 
fSUm^lifl.l, Siitlolk, 81, 175. 
StunMo:i(l, Suliulk, 82. 
Str.i.ii>liall, hiiHolk, 82. 
Stnlloii-oii-l-Wsc, 288. 
T!ulil)riM)ko, 281. 
Wii.-|iortoii, 288. 
WttUi>li,l.l, Suffolk. 170. 
WIhi-^IcuI, Suffolk, m. 
Wi.Vliiimhrm.k.Suirolk, 81. 
\V»!tiH.'ili, SI. I'elor's, Cam- 
' briJgo, 302. 



FUNKK.Vli CERTIFICATE. 

iJuor. Sir Robert, IJurt., 180. 



(; EN KA LOGICAL MEMO- 
RANDA RELATING TO 
THE FAMILIES OF- 

Uartielt, 128. 
Du.ilev, 20'j, 283. 
Folliott, GO. 
Furiieuux, 8. 
llarvoy, 229. 
Howurd, 191. 
Rioii, lUl. 
SeoU, 00. 
Snow, 251. 



GENEALOGICAL NOTES 
AND QUERIES. 

Hlackcl 4uarlei'ing in Bishop, 

111. 
(''ule an.l llopton, 151. 
D'Uorvart, Do Corjut, and 

Winn, 227. 
De.-^carrieres FeJiyreo, 151, 

227. 
Knevet Shield ia Charlton 

Clmrch, Wilt.s, 150. 
Lovejoy Family, The, 11-1. 
PriaiiLx, 227. 



GENEALO(n(,"AL NOTES 
FROM UIBLES.FRAYER 
HOOKS, ETC., RELATING 
TO THE FAMILIES 
OF- 

IMades- -Blackburn, 252. 

Cooke, 18. 

Kent-Harris, 108. 



Maylo— .Icmjison — Brookor, 

270. 
Purslowe, 200. 



LITERARY ANNOUNCE- 
MENTS, 
llarleian Society, 152. 
Kent Arclucological Society, 

152. 
'Records of Fa rnliam Royal," 

152. 
F"'an)ily History — 

Hewetson, 301. 

Slierborn, 301. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

A London Citizen's Diary, 
170. 

Description of the Arms sur- 
mounting the undated ad- 
vertisement of " Thomas 
Benson, Amies Painter," 
109 and pL 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIP- 
TIONS. 
Charleton Church,AVilts, 150. 
Frocester Church, 200. 
Haughley, 117. 
• llawkedun, 119. 
Jeru.salem : 

Cemetery near Mount Zion, 

15, 80. 
Church of St. Anne, near 
the Pool of Bethesda, 15 
■dudpl. 
Church of the Holy Se- 
jjuichre, before tlie Great 
Gate, 14 and pf. 
King's Stanley Church, 200. 
Loghoru : 

English and American In- 
scriptions in the Old 
(and now closed) Pro- 
testant Cemetery, 31, iM, 
99, 133. 
Lucerne : 
English Cemetery, 118, 

150. 
New (Town) Cemetery, 

159. 
Old Cemetery, 158. 
St. Mark's Church, 158. 
Marylebone Parish Church, 

253, 297. 
Mildenhall, Suffolk, 119. 
Nympsfield Churchyard, 200. 
Schaffhausen, 159. 
South Kirkby Church, co. 
York, Slone Tablet in 
Memory of Maria Army- 
tage, 280 imdpl. 
Spalding Churchyard, Line, 

112. 
Stanslield Church, Sull'olk, 
J 71. 



Westminster Abbey, Henry 
VII. Chapel, brass plate to 
Lieut. -General John Cope, 
K.B., 213. 



PEDIGREES. 
Armytage, 280. 
Bacon, 100. 
Barrowe, 107. 
Risse, 122. 
Buers, 161. 
Cokayne, Cokaine, or Cock- 

aine, 153. 
Cope, 208, 237, 289. 
Descarrieres, 77, 151. 
Farrington, 177. 
Furneaux, 7. 
Gaultier, 218. 
Harvey, 229. 
Hay ward, 207. 
Hobsou, 205. — 
I\I(.rton, 170. 
Riou, 190. 
Robinett, 196. 
Snow, 250. 

Sloncr or Stonard, 105. 
Turnour, 181. 
Vincent, 101, 

Vincent and Blackall, 200. 
Waring, 52. 
Wynston, 16 imi pi. 



REVIEWS. 

Carr-Gomm, F. C, Hand- 
book of the Administra- 
tions of Great Britain, 
1801—1900, 187. 

Carter, W. F., B.A., The 
Ivegisters of the Parish 
Church of Aston-juxta- 
Birmingham, 115. 

Finland No(os and Queries, 
30, 110, 152, 188, 228,201, 
303. 

Igglesdeu. C, A Saunter 
through Kent with Pen 
and Pencil, 115. 

Journal of the Ex Libris 
Society, 36, 76, 110, 151, 
187, 228, 261, 303. 

Reade, Compton. A Record 
of the Redes of Barton 
Court, Berks, 70. 

Virginia Magazine of History 
and Biography, 116, 188, 
228, 201, 303. 

AVright, C. E. Guthrie, 
Gideon Guthrie : a Mono- 
^ graph, 75. 

X., Tlie right to bear Arms, 
75. 



WILLS. 
Acton, 107. 
Ashe, 121. 
Bacon, 22, 70. 



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CONTENTS. 



Bisse, ]2;J, 12A. 
mackhall, 201. 
Bury, 'M. 
Co[)C, 2Hy. 
Diiy, 108. 
Descarrieres, 79. 
Grene, 124. 



Haiue, 78. 
Ilamar, 97. 
llort, 11. 

Howard, 192, 193. 
Lo Bailly, 79. 
Plumtre, 98. 
Kay, 2. 
Renvoize, 79. 



Robiuett, 197. 
Stc.kys, 113, 114. 
Stonard, 107. 
Tumps, 79. 
Upton, 124. 
Vincent, 200. 
Waldroii, 107. 
Warburtou, 97. 



ItTifjcellunejt (i5enpaIojjica et Jenildicjt 



^nw^ of Cljomai^ ((£>£(l)onic), IDufte of ?lfeti£(, ftc»* 

(.See Plate.) 

Tirifi at:l»ievcnjent is supposed to be the bookplate of the first Duke of Leeds. 
The date, •' 17ol,*' inukes that surmise more probable, as since his elevation to the 
huljcduin, in l(;U4,t till his death, in 1712, he held no important office, received 
iio fic»h honours, and was practically' a nonentity. The families represented by 
lh«>»io <|uaru'riuff« are :— (I) OsitoUNK ; (2) Hroik.'HTON ; (;>) either another coat 
of MuordirroN, or else some qnarterint!; bronulit in by that laniily \X (1) Hhwitt ; 
(r») IJKWiTT, another coat; (C) Walmksmiv ; (7) Danvkks; (s) Nkvii.k. The 
lifihund all the succeeding' (]uarterinys ai'c imimdent a;-sui\ij)ti()n8 on the part of his 
(irace, doubtless with a view, as respects the last three, to tluis set forth (though 
wilhont any rij^ht so to do) his descent (a descent without any representation) 
from the f^reat houses of Nevill and Danvers. 

The (iflh ipuirter is the coat- of a family of Hewett, or ITcuitt, from which Lord 
Mayor Hewitt, who was liis (i race's ancestor, had no descent. With resi)eet to the 
Bi.vth, seventli, and eij^'hth (piarters, i.e., those of Walmesley, Danvers, and Nevill, it 
may be remarked that the first Enolish Peerage obtained by the Duke was the 
ViscoUMTCV OF Latimkr in l(57i5, the Baroni/ of Latimer having been in the 
Nkvii-L family from MU4 to 1577 ; and that when in the next year he obtained an 
Harldom it was that of Danby, the Earldom of Diuibij having from 162(J to 1044 
been in the family of Danvkus. The powerful interest of the grantee, though 
Bullieient to raise himself from a commoner to a dukedom, and to obtain de novo 
titles which he in no way represented, cannot, however, alter the laws of heraldry and 
give him a I'ight to bear the arms of Danvers and Nevill, being those of the Peers 
above named. This right did not even belong to the family of Walmesley, through 
whom the Duke claimed it, on the ground of his father Sir Edward Osborne, Bart., 
having married Anne, youngest child of Thomas Watme.ste//, by Eleanor, da. of Sir 
.loli!^ Dancers and Elizabeth his wife, da. and coheir of John {Nevill), Lord Latimer, 
'i'he said Anne Osborne, formerly Walmesley, had, however, a brother. Sir Thomas 
Walmesley, who left issue, which issue {;)wt the issue of his sister) represents this 
lino of Walmesley ; and the said Eleanor Walmesley, formerly Danvers, had a 
brother, Sir John Danvers, whose issue {not the issue of his sister) represents this 
line of Danvers, and are (which the Walmesleys and, a fortiori, the Osbornes are 

* Communicated by G. E. Cokayne, Esq., F.S.A., (Hitirnccnx. 

f Tliis is one of tlie nine English Dulicdonis ccjni'eriufl in live years' time (1G89 — l(i!)4) by 
William III., viz. : (I) Cumbeiland ; (2) Bolton; (3) Schombcrg ; (4) Gloucester ; (5) Sliicws- 
biiiy; (<>) l-mis;* (7) liedfuid ;* (S) Devon.shiie ;* (.il) Newciistle, uf wliirh the three marked 
with an astcii.sk are Hiili e.xtunt. 

X The arms in Ihi.s ([uailer (.l/v/*'/*/, a elievrnn vert bitwreu throe anniilel.s ijntifn) are not 
npijarendy attril)\ited in any of I'iic older n^ecnds to any laniily of Urouj^lnon. The motiier, 
trmndmother, or any other IVmale ancestor of Joan liiuiighloii, who married Uichard Osborne, 
nrc unknown. She was sister and heir of Edward, son of Joim, who was brother of Sir 'J'homas 
llroughtou, Kut., both being sons of Thomas Broughtou, of Hroughton, co. Westmorland. (Vine. 
119, fo. 501, Coll. of Arms.) The quartering has been attributed to the name of Singleturne (sec 
text), but no descent from any such family (even if it ix a coat of Kingleton or Singleturne) is 
suggested. 

vor<. IV., RioiiiKH in, « 



2 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

not) colieirs to the family of Nevill, TiOrds Latimer, and of Danvers, Earl of Danby. 
(See "Complete Peerage," by (!. PL 0., vol. v., p. 85, aud see also an admirable 
tabular pedigree of Danvers and Nevill in Baker's "NorLhamptoushire," vol. i,, 
p. -141.) 

'J'lie eight qiiaiterings appear (together with the coat of Hyde in the ninth 
quai-ter, and that of Osborne repeated in the tenth) in Edmondson's " Baron- 
agium " (17C4 — H4), under ' Leeds.' AVith respect to the second quarter, as also to 
tlie third, they are allowed (no names being given them) as quarterings belonging 
to the coat of Osborne in the " Visitation of London, 15()H," the whole impaling the 
coat of Hewitt. In the "Visitation of Bedfordshire, l(i34," as publislied by the 
Harleian Society, they also appear as the second and third quarterings of Osl)orne 
(the fourth quartering being that of Hewitt), but in that case the names assigned 
to them (probably in error) are Etton (apparently a mistake for Broughton) 
and SiNGLETURNE. They are allowed (no names being given) to his (Jrace, when 
Earl of Danby, in Sir Edward Walker's "Nobility, temp. Car. IL" (a book of fairly 
good authority), as also (together with the coat of Hewitt as a fourth quartering) 
in his Gai'ter Plate, dated 1077. 



aaap of ^uffolft.* 



WILLS, ETC. 

Charles Raye of Barrow, yeoman. Will dated 9 April 171 fi ; proved 23 May 
171() by relict and executrix. I give my messuage in Barrow to Lettice my wife for 
life, with rem"" to Elizabeth Ashby, dau. of Robert Ashbee of Cavenham, she paying 
Elizabeth, wife of John Twidd of Risby, 15^ Residue to wife Lettice, ex'trix. 
Witnesses, W"' Deer, Rol/ Challis, ]\rarg' Beuell. (Norwich Consistory, 1710, 
fo. 55.) 

Isaac Raye of Stansted, clerk. Will dated 15 July 1717; adm'on with will 
annexed granted 12 May 1720 to Ambi'ose Ray the brother, the relict renouncing 
execution. I give to mj' wife and ex'trix [unnamed] the rectory and advowson at 
Denston, co. Suffolk, & all my messuages, lands, & personal eflf'ecls. Witnesses, 
Ro. Cole, Elizabeth Hall, Edw'^ Smith. (Norwich Consistory, 1720, fo. 08.) 

Elizabeth Ray of Denham, co. Suffolk, widow of Richard Ray late of Denham, 
deceased. AVill dated 22 Aug. 1722 ; proved 17 June 172.'] by executor. To 
daughter I'ilizabeth Hustler 50" with my diamond ling and snuill silver tankard. 
To my hrotlu>r Si(hiy 5" for mourning. To Thouiisin Parker, widow of Abraham 
I'arker, late dec'', 5*. To my sister Wade my bast sute of close with what theretoo 
belong with hood and scarf, etc. Residue to son Walter Ray, ex'or. Witnesses, 
Esabeth Eliot, Jonathan Mason, James Walls. (Norwich Consistory, 1723, fo. 70.) 

Daniel Ray of Sudbury, co. Suffolk, locksmith. AVill dated 1 April 1723 ; 
proved 19 June 1723 by executrix. To wife IVIary Ray all household goods. To 
son Daniel Ray all working tools. To son-in-law Thomas Trip one shilling. Wife 
]\rary to be ex'trix. Witnesses, John Baker, Robert How, Nathaniel Heckford. 
(Norwich Consistory, 1723, fo. 89.) 

Jane Ray of Stansfield, co. Suff., widow. Will dated 20 Oct. 1748; proved 
15 Feb. 1748-9 by executor. To brother John Smith of Yeldham, co. Essex, yeo- 
man, 40S & to his son John Smith 20^ To Elizabeth wife of John Hart of Yeldham, 

* Communicated by G. Milneb-Gibson-Cdllum, Esq., F.S.A.— continued from Vol. III. 
(Third Series), p. 272. 



rr.Jii5rr-.?f 



MISCELLANKA GENKALOGICA ET IIERALUICA. 3 

weaver 20» To niece ]\[nry Smith, dan. of brother John Smith, 40^. Resi- 
due to "nephew-ni- aw ' & ex'or, Samuel Last of Stansfield, who lives with ne 
W ituesses, Ambrose Kodmgton, Thomas Pratt. (Norwich Co.mistory, 1749, fo 192 ) 

Exchecjucr. Treasury of the Receipt. 
/obn'Ruv'"l'f ''\'n'^"';" ^'"tter complainant. lie took to wife Alice, dau. of 
L eh .:'',> r" '' ""■ '-""'/'^ >■?'"='"' ^'"^^ ^^^'«^^«^d, which John Raye 
Ka.e to tie coup' ..n lu.s n.arriaj,^. a debt of 20- due from John Roote of Glems- 
tord. Juhn lay d.od, Inmn^^ lu. sons Robert, John, ct George Ray his ex'ors 
A,MU|H Kay, r. bet ot the saul John Ray, & „,other of the said Alice, fell ick of the 

urt-vou Aftci Agnes Ilay was dead, the sons made the comp' enter the house 
«her», her bo<ly uy. Bore infected with the plagiie, and there seirch for her read? 
iu..n,7. ofb,rmp him a fourth of what he brou-ht out etc ^ 

lK|K.s,t,<MMakt.n i>3 Au- 31 Henry Ylll. ,.f John Hoote of Glemsford 
iWdinKHofthoCourtofRoqiieKts. (Hunt's Series, iii, 178) ^^emsrora. 

S^LJ^T' ^o iei :^:"^ aS.g ' ^"^'" C,ate,con.p,.inant=AuJllaye. 
Co-executors of the wills of their father and mother. ■ ' • . ' 



Ray efc Beale 1578 Nov 5. Licentia matrimoni' inter Leonardu' Raye et 
l57T-i;ri-o.^0''^^ Newni'kett. Direct curat ib'm. (Adm'ons, etc., v^d! i., 

k2oZ,^. pf "'t- 1 \v,^ '^"^^^^• ^^r"^'^^ matrimonu' inter Petrus Raye et 
Kajbennam Edwards de l)ibden. Hn-ect Rector's ib'm. (Adm'ons, etc., vol. i. 

REGISTERS. 

CiiEviNOTON, Suffolk. 
Jiajiti'sms. 
1611 Deo. 20 Elizabeth d. of John Raye and Elizabeth 
1013 June 27 John s. of John Rave and Elizabeth 
^^\l ^t""^ ^^ ^''^'""^^^ ^- °^ '^"''" ^^^6 '"id Elizabeth. 
10,-9 Mar. 10 Clement s. of John Raye and Elizabeth. 

jU(iiri(/i/(:s. 
1(J07 Dec. 28 John Raye (son & heir apparent of John Raye of Denston) and 

Elizabeth Paman (dan. of Clement Paman, 'rent.). 
1020 Sep. 7 M'- Henry North of AVickhambrooke & M°* Sara Jenor of 

Hard well. 
101)8 July 21 M-- James Cook of Stradishall Sc M-" Susan Owers of Southwood 

Park. 
170§- Feb. 17 John Last of Chevington & Elizabeth Jiay (from Denston). 

lUirial. 
102^ Feb. 15 Clement Puman, gent. 

]J 2 



4 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Clare, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 

1G7| Mar. 16 Daniel Rase s. of Robert and Anne. 

\T\ ,V',°' ^ '"^f^mwel Ray s. of Samuel & Elizabeth. 

\oJ };^^- 1- I^aniel Ray s. of Samuel A Elizabeth. 

085 Dec. 5 Elizabeth Ray d. of Samuel & Elizabeth. 

K.b^ Mar. 24 John Ray s. of Samuel & Elizabeth 

1088 June 10 Philemon Ray s. of Samuel 

1093 June 27 Mary Ray d. of Samuel & Elizabeth. 

Marriages. 

\n\ S'"''- o^ Robert Pfiyne and Priscilla Ray from Glemsford. 
16^ Mar. 24 Samuel Ray and Elizabeth Ilaii 



1079 Oct. 4 Philemon Ray. 
1088 Dec. 8 Esther Ray. ' 
1709 May 12 John Ray. 



Burials. 



CowLiNGE, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 

1595 Dec. 18 Nathanael Raye s. of Francis 

IGOf Jan. 12 Anne Raye d. of Simon. 

lOOf Mar. 4 Judith Raye d. of Simon. 

1608 Aug. 17 ]\[ary Raye d. of Simon. 

1010 Nov. 1 Simon Tiaye s. of Simon. 

1012 Dec. 9 Philemon Raye 8. of Simon. 

1014 Sep. 21 liobert Raye s. of Simon. 

1017 Mar. 25 John Raye s. of Simon. 

10|| Feb. 14 Richard Raie s. of Simon & Sara 

1021 Feb. 7 Dennis Raie d. of Simon & Sara 

1624 June 3 Marjjaret ]iaie d. of Simon & Sara. 

Marriatjes. 

\IV, n'^- ^l ^;^.r'' ?.'^, ^ ^^'>^'^'^^'th Tearsley, both single. 

1741 Dec. 7 William Shelverton & Mary Ray, both single, of this parish. 

Burials. 

1618 Aug. 4 Robert Raye 8. of Simon. 

1622 June 17 Sara Raie d. of Simon 

1040 June 9 John Ray. 

1730 June 21 Elizabeth Ray. 



Denston, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 
150| Feb. 8 Margaret d. of John Raye. 
150^ Feb. 6 George s. of John Raye. 
1506 Sep. 6 Mirabel d. of John Raye. 
1567 Oct. 28 Charles s. of John Raye. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 5 

U)(]i Feb. 21 John s. of Robert Ray. 

ir>i;i) April Robert s. of Robert Ray & Marj^erie his wife 

ir»7l Oct. 20 William s. of. folin Ray. 

1.'>7J .luM. (I Ricliard 8. of .lohii liay. 

ir»78 April (i 'riuiiiiaH H. of Robert Ray. 

1078 Sep. 8 Ambrose 8. of llolK'rt iv'ay. 

l.')7!» .Filly 7 Hli/.abeth (1. of .lolm Ray. '' ■''■'■ 

t ir.H? Feb. ID Matthew 8. of Ifobert Ray. ' ,.„j„ 

16H1 Dee. .S John 8. of Jului Ray. ■ 

\Ml Dec. 28 Flizahrth (1. of Robert & Jfarf^erv Rav 

l.')Ht May .SI .Susaiid. of .I„lm Ray. ° ^ ^• 

I5H:, Aii|,'. 1 .Judith (1. of Robert Ray. 

i:»H} Feb. A Marlhu d. of .John Ray. 

l.'.HU May C Kli/.ak'th d. of Thomas Ray. 

i:.hl» Nov. 1)1 Joseph B. of .Tohii it Alice Ray 

l.'.'.U) S.p. 18 Martha d. of Thomas Ray. 

I5'.»l Dtf. iM> Saimicl 8. of John liay. ' ■ *. •» ,'rt of 

I.'i9J Jim. I Mirak'Id. of Thomas Ray. 

'I51>.1 April 8 Daniel 8. of John Ray. ^/Mn^u>Xi. 

not Sep. C Samuel s. of John Ray. 

iyj7 Oct. 26 Richard s. of Thomas Ray ' • 

IftDJ Feb. 12 Christian d. of John Ray. . 

ir»!)8 April 25 Daniel s. of Francis Ray. 

I50J Feb. 4 Mirabel d. of -John Ray. 

H;i)0 Oct. 12 Robert s. of Thomas Ray. 

1(10 J Feb. — [.s/V] John s. of Richard Ray 

KiOl May 31 Benjamin s. of ,Iohn Ray 

D;o1 Auk. 23 Elizabeth d. of Francis Jiay 

l(ill-> Inn'p r p!'f'^f'^S^V.^^'7?>^^''^'^'''"'^'"'^^ Elizabeth his wife. 

(.02 .Fnne 6 Richard s. of Richard Ray & Mary his wife 

D;U2 .Sep. 30 AVilliam s. of John Ray &I.]lizabe"th his wife 

(.03 June 10 Jiosc d. of Thomas Ray, senior, & Rose his wife 

ir 20 iT\ '• 1 V^'r ''''y' J""-'-' ^' Kli-ben'his wife. 

r Ar !^ w° r''^ '• ''K^?}r ^^"^y '^ i^^li2'il>^'tl> In-s wife. 

; ; Mar. 27 Wdham s. of William OrbelKt Anne his wife. 

; ( . M»y Samuel s. of Francis Ray & Elizabeth his wife. 

: ' • ""' ? IV'^^''-': ^- ,^t. '''"'"'^^ ^^''3' ^t Flizabeth his wife. 

■! '/w- J ?J;}0;dot Thomas Ray & Elizabeth his wife. 

'•:« Im m V'.'''''^^'^;f '^"'^"^^''^^'^t Elizal>ethhi8wife. 

!-r I'eb. 21 Johns, of John Ray of Wickhambrookct Anne his wife. 

1«. J, - John s. o .John Ray c^- Mary his wife, born S Dec. ; bap. -^d Dec 

by me Clement J{ay, cleric. ' 

l(M7 . unc G Grace d. of Joseph Ray ct Crace his wife 

rr!I ",''/■'' t'o i^l'^^^'^'tl'd. of Joseph Ray & Grace his wife. 

<;50 July 19 Mary d. of Joseph Ray & Grace his wife. 

ja3 Oct. 14 Johns ofJoseph Ray ctGn.ce his wife, born. 

.(.. May 10 Clement 8. olJoseph Ray ctGnice his wife. 

~ limy'!' ^''"■^'' ^^'^ '^ ^'"'^ '■'' '''''' '^''■" ^ ^^"3'' »^^P- 

IrKr n"?" In ?'i'^'"H' '^- f ^i^'^'-« ^^^:^ ^^ ^f'^'T l""s wife. 
>S0 Oct. 20 John ^ Ehzabeth s. & d. of Samuel Ray & Martha his wife. 

^^^' - 'oq'^^^' "^ ^'^'■«' '^"3^ ^ ^^'''y ''''^ ^^ife, born 5 Nov. ; bap. 

1G88 .Tan. 3 Ambrose s. of Samuel Ray. 

Jlin'! i""^ J' S'"''' f ''^ ^'^^'"^ '^'^y ^^ ^'"17 '"■« wife. 
1002 Nov. 24 Maryd. of Samuel Ray & Martha his wife 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



i5(;7 


June 


18 


1574 


l''ob. 


13 


if)7(; 


Oct. 


;u 


1578 


Oct. 


8 


ir)87 


V\h. 


7 


ir.uo 


Oct. 


2 


1590 


Oct. 


2 


151)9 


I\Iay 


!) 


IGOO 


Sep! 


24 


1U04 


Nov. 


8 


1(J07 


June 10 


1611 


Aug. 


6 


IGU 


Oct. 


24 


lOGG 


Jan. 


21 


1G75 


April 


G^ 



•1G75 May 31 



Marnages. ^__-- 

Robert Hay & Mury IMii,'^. ■:■■'■ -^'"^'^ 

Ivohci't lliisu &■ l']li/,abetli Ray. 

Ambrose Mvercd it ]\Iaithu Kay. 

John Ray & Alice Plume. 

Robert Ray, miniHtei', it Alice his now wife. 

Philip Parker & Margaret Ray 

Georo-e Ray & KaLherine Wright 

Richard liay & Mary his wife. 

Robert Rewse & Christian Redmayne. 

William Orbell & Anne Lillie. 

Robert Freeman & Husauna Ray. 

Francis Ray & Frances Callow. 

Edward Agas & Elizabeth Ray. i , ;• ■ m; . . 

Sanmel Ray & RFartha Albou. 

Richard (Jodfrey, oentleman, & M''« Mary Ray. daughter of 

M'' Clement Riiy, minister of Deuston. 
Daniel Ptawlins 6c Sai'ah Ray of Denstou. 



marr. same day. 



-.) 



loS-^ 


Jan. 


28 


15'J^ 


Feb. 


25 


151)5 


April 


1 13 


159f 


Jan. 


2S 


IGOs 


Feb. 


19 


IGj? 


Feb. 


22 


IGll 


Sep. 


15 


IGll 


Dec. 


13 


]G2f 


Feb. 


21 


1G2^ 


Mar. 


3 


1G35 


Mar. 


9 


1GG4 


Oct. 


31 


IGGf 


Feb. 


21 


IGGf 


Feb. 


21 


1G80 


Sep. 


22 


lG8.f 


Feb. 


2 


1 (185 


April 


1 2 


IGSG 


April 


. () 


IGDl 


April 


124 


'IGitl 


.hiue 


8 


1G9^ 


Jan. 


11 


1699 


April 13 


1700 


Dec. 


23 


1703 


Sep. 


5 


1707 


jMay 


26 


1708 


Sep. 


14 


1708 


Sep. 


28 


1712 


Aug. 


29 


1731 


Jan. 


31 



Burials. V v'>*J •^'• 

Alice Ray. 

Samuel son of John Ray. 
John Ray. 
Elizabeth Ray. 
William sou of John Ray. 
Elizabeth' wife of Francis Ray. 
Franciscus Ray sepuUus. 
Mirable dau. of Thomas Ray. 
.John Ray's wife. 
John son of John Ray. 
John Ray son of John Ray, Improp'tor. 
Elizabeth Ray lilia Joseph & (irace Hay. 
Grace liay wife of Joseph 1 , , 

Clement Kay their son ) l^"''- same day. 
Mary wife of Clement Ray, "shrouded in wollen." 
Joseph son of Clement & Mary Ray, "shrowded in wollen. 
John son of Sauuiel & IMartha Kay, "shrowded in wollen." 
Clement Ray, clerk, shrowded in woollen. 
Rassett, a base child of Anne Ray. 
Susan wife of M' Samuel Ray. 
Robert son of M'" Sanniel Kay. 
John son of Samuel & ilartha Ray. 
Anne wife of M'' Clement Ray of Sudbury. 
Mary dau. of George & Mary Ray. 
M'' Clement Ray, junior, of Sudbury. 
M''^ Anne Plumb of Stanstead. 
Bridget wife of i\I'' Samuel Ray. 
W Clement Ray of Bury S^ Edmunds. 
W^ Raye. 

( To be contiiivcd.') 



* Easter Tuesday. 



MISCELLA.NEA GENEALOGICA. ET HEllALDICA. 

iSoticcJ!; of tl)e #amilj) of dfurncau)c, 

FROM THE ELEVENTH TO THE FIFTEiENTH CENTURY. 



II.— DfUon Bmndj |)rtiigvff. 

(1) .... do Fiiniell or Fumellis (?) of Fenottery, 
circa 1 luO or earlier. (Note 1.) 

(2) Gulfridi de Fumellis, Knt. (Note 2.) 

f3) HrothcrH of Alan, one perhaps (4) Alan de Furnellis, Knt. ; dead 
Philip, (.\ole3.) in 1180. (Note 4.) 



^1 I 

(5) Calfride de Furnellis. (Note 5.) (G) Philip. (Note 7.) 



I I 

(7) Alan de Furneaus, Knt. (Note 6.) (11) Philip, dead in 1235. (Note 8.) 

T . T„ , 

(8) ^latilda, fil. (9) Mabila, fil. (10) Joanna, mar- (12) John. (13) WilHani. 
et her. ; married et her.; mar- ried, cira/ 127G, (Note!).) (Note 10.) 
William de la ried Hum- ]\Iatliew de Esse =f= =r 
^loore. phrey le Kaile. of Cudworth. : 



(15) Thomas de Fourneaus, dead in 1299. (Note 12.) (14) William=Joan. 
=f= (Note 1 1 .) 

(IG) John, born 1283 ; (17) Ptichard, born 1292 ;^iluriel== Henry de Haidon. 
died 1307. (Note 13.) died 1333. (Note 14.) 2nd husband. 

(18) John, (19)Riehard,=Margaret=John (20) William, (21) Agnes, ob. s.p. 

born 1317; ob. s.p. before Payn. ob. s.p. before after 1373. 

ob. s.p. 13G4. 2nd 13G4. = 

1352. bus- Richard Dobell. 

(Note 15.) band. 

Other names not placed ; — 

(22) Stephen, 1243. (Note IG.) 
{2^]) Philip, 13G7. (Note 17.) 

(24) John, and Alice his wife, H07. (Note 18.) 

(25) Thomas, 1500. (Note 19.) 



Coniiminiciited by llov. IT. FUJINKAUX. 



8 MISCKLL.VNEA GENEA.LOGICA ET IIEUALDICA. ?} 

NOTES. 

Note 1. The earliest mention of Fenottcry in relation to this family is in 
" Test a de Nevill," where l)oth Philip and John are given as holding it in chief. 
The ft»rnier (p. lUl, fo. H.'iO), " tenet Fcnotry cnm pertinenciis de domino Rege 
per iiij' iiij" viii'' [)er annnm, et respondet in (juadani Hrnia novo de douo llenrici 
regis [)rimi antecessoribns snis per idem servieiam." It is therefore held by two 
grants, the later being as early as Henry 1. In another place (p. IDG, fo. 8-17) he 
is said to hold it "ad feodi firmam," and John's tenancy is given (p. 101, fo. 826) 
as " one hide of land held in socage." The payment of £ 1 48. 8d. is made to the 
sherill's, and appears constantly in their acconnts as rendered in the Pipe Rolls ; 
sometimes also aceonnt is rendered of a payment {e.t/., I mark in 14 Hemy II., 
ll(i7-8) in respect of the " men of Fenotri." In an inquisition of 1299 (Harl. 
012(;, fo. 390) it is stated to be worth by the year £4 13s. 8d. clear ; in one of 
l;];>2 (ibid., fo. 5) it is stated to be worth by the year £4 15s. 4d. ; in another of 
l;M3 (Record Oilice) it is only reckoned as worth forty shillings beyond tlie rent to 
the king. It is also called *' Fenotery ITamlet," and is sitnate in the Hundred of 
Rudleigli. Pole (p. 483) gives the arms of Fnrneaux of Fenottery as "Argent, a 
bend between six crosslets gules." 

Note 2. Galfridns or (Jaufi'idns (GeoflVy) de Furnellis was HherilF of Devon 
and Cornwall in 31 Henry I., 1131 (31«t Public Reeoi'd Repoii, 187U). The lists 
in Pole, Risdon, and Izaaeke place his shrievalty (of Devon) in 1 Henry IT. (IIT)!)) 
stated to be the lirst after the abolition of the hereditary shrievalty. The Pipe 
Roll in which he renders account (edit. Hunter, 1833) was formerly taken to be 
dated in that year. Risdon ("Note-Book," p. 120) notes him among nobles and 
knights of Devon in Stephen's time. Izaaeke says he bore " Argent, a bend between 
six nuu'tlets gnles" (see Somerset liranch, note 2). He is witness to a deed of gift 
(in oi- before 1140) by Baldwin de Rivers, Karl of ])evon, founding the priory of 
St. James, near Exeter (Dngdale, v., 100"), and to another charter of the same 
Baldwin respecting lands in Isle of Wight {i/)i(/., vi., 10 U"). 

Note 3. This Philii) is only known as witness to two deeds : — (1), dated 1140, a 
contirmation by Robert (Chichester, 1138 — lloo), liishop of Exeter, of the above 
gift by Baldwin, i'larl of I'lxeter, to priory of St. James ; (2), dated 1157, a deed by 
It-ichard, son of the above Baldwin, confirming the same, lie might be u son of 
(jalfride, as Alan certainly had brotiiers. 

Note 4. That Alan de Furnellis was son of Galfride is made very probable by 
the alternation of another (lall'ride and another .Man afti-rwards. 'i'he records give 
him as \'^i(^c-SherilV of Devon (for " comes Keginaldns ") in 21 Henry II., 1175. 
Izaaeke gives him as sherilV part of that year, and assigns io him the sanu! arms as 
to (iaifride (see Note 2) ; Pole and Bisdon omit him. The records also make him 
Sheriir of (k)rnwall for live and a half years in succession, 20 — 31 Henry II., 
1180 — 1185. Risdon misdates this shrievalty, confusing it with that of Henry 
Furnellis (Somerset Branch, note 2). The Cartulary of St. Nicolas, Exeter (printed 
in " Collectanea Topographica et Clenealogiea," i., ]). 05, No. 02), shews a convention 
between him and the i)rior, "Super decimis nu)lendini de Columpton datis Priori de 
S' Nich. pro animis i)atris et mati'is eius [sc. Alani] et fratrum et uxoris et puerorum 
suorum et dominorum Baldwini et Ricardi de Rivers. Test. Barthol. Episcopo 
Exon. [1101 — 1184], Rob. Archid. Totoniio, Ricardo priore de Oteri," Tlie 
names of his brothers, etc., are not given. He is also witness (with Richard 
and Simon Peverel) to a charter of the same bishoj) confirming a gift to the same 
priory by Brian de Bnterkigh {ilud., p. 03, No. 13), and to a gift to the Abbey of 
Tiivistock (Dugdale, J\l., ii., 499''). Pole (p. 13) states that he held, early in the 
time of Henry II., half a fee of the honor of Barnsiaple under William Tracy. He 
also held in the same reign one fee of the Lord of Exeter (Dugdale, M., ii., 534"), 
and two charters by him were preserved in the treasury of Bishop Bronescombe 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 9 

(Register, by Hingeston-llandolph, pp. 2!)2, 208), one of tliem relating to a garden in 
the pai'ish of St. SidwoU (H. 8iitivole), Kxeter. His lather's death and his own 
suecc'ssion to estates appear to date IVoiu 12 Henry II., lUir), when he is retnrned 
in the I'ipe Itoll as owing UK) marks " [)ro line terno." Of this sum 40 marks 
appcsar to be remitted, and the remainder ai'e paid in annual instabnents appearing 
up to the date of ins death. Also from If) Henry II., HOD, to his death, he 
renders account in respect of a tin mine (" minaria staminis," or "stagni")in 
Devon, paying sometimes large sums (as £45 in one year). In his later years he 
appears to have been one of the King's permanent justiciaries, holding assize in 
various counties. He is one of live at an assize at Doncaster (Ranulph de 
(rlanvill, the Chief Justice of England, being first) before whom Roger de Clare 
makes a gift to Rievaulx Abbey (Dugdale, M., v., 282''), and in the Pipe Roll, 
1 Richard I., 1189 (edit. Hunter, 1844), the Sheriff's accounts for the counties of 
Lincoln and Warwick bave entries " de pla'e. Alaui de Furnellis et socioruni 
eidem " (see also Oxfordshire). Tlie same Pipe Roll (p. l;U) proves bis death, 
'' Alanns de Furnellis deb. iiii" pro fine terre sue, sed mortuus est." 

Note 5. This Galfride renders account for his father in Pipe Roll, 1 Richai'd T., 
respecting what appear to be judicial sums in Oxfordshire (pp. 105 — 107), and also in 
Devon resj)ecting the tin mine (see above, Note 4), and for this agaiu in Chancery 
Roll, 3 John, 1202 (edit. 18;5;), p. 17). In this same year, at the King's Court at 
I'iXeter, an agreement is made between him and Hugo Peverel (Ped. ^''inium, edit. 
Hunter, 1844, vol. ii.). The Cartulary of St. Nicolas (see above. Note 4) has the 
following deeds, shewing his land and relationships (ii., p. Co, No. (;8) : "C Calfridi 
de Furnellis de tercia parte decimarnm de Nicwelande quam pater meus Alanus 
dedit Radulpho presbiter'o. Testibus Philippo fratre meo," etc. (2) No. G4 : 
" C inter Priorem de S. Nich. Exon. et Galfridum de Furnellis, de aqua qutu venit 
de Kentelesbar' per Waterledam quai transit i)er Kentelesmore usque Niewelande. 
Testibus .... Alano filio (Jalfridi de Furnellis," (3) Page 882, No. 348 : "C inter 
Henr' filiuni Will, de Kentelisbeare et (Jalfrid. de Furnellis de aqua qute dicitur 
Kentelisbrock et Waterleda, qnte vadit de Kentelisbere usque ad Niewelande." 
In another of the deeds (p. G4, No. 33) " Gosfridus [? Gaufridus] de Furnellis et 
Philippus filius eius" appear (with three of the Peverel family) as witnesses to a 
gift by IMatilda Peverel. 

Note 6. Pole (p. 4*.)) gives Alan de Furneaux of Kentisbeare, near Collurapton, 
Knight, as one of the tenants in chief under Henry III., and says (p. 183 ; see also 
Risdon, "Survey," p. 12D) that one moiety of that manor belonged first unto the 
ancestors of Sir Alan de Furneaux, and after, successively, to Henry FitzHenry, 
Manger FitzHenry, and Henry FitzMauger, and in 19 Edward III. to Hugh 
Conrtenay, Earl of Devon. Risdon ("Note-Book," p. 159) gives him at the same 
date, and (p. 252) assigns to him (by error under Somei'setshire) arms, " A bend 
between six crosses-crosslet." As regards his daughters, Matilda and her marriage 
and issue are given from the Heralds' College as from the " Visitation of Devon " 
(C. 1, 38"). Dr. Colby (" Visitation of Devon," 15(M, p. 102), who gives her only 
as ".... d. and h. of Furneaux," gives the further issue (pedigree of Moore of 
Moorehayes, near (Jollunq)ton). Mabila and her marriage are also given from the 
Heralds' College as from Philii)ot, No. 141, p. 2, and her issue are shewn in the 
l)edigree of Mauusell of Maunsel in Hundred of North Petherton, Somerset 
("Visitation of Somerset," 1531 and 1573, by F. W. Weaver, p. 48). The third 
daughter is given from a " probatio a^tatis " " placita coram Rege," 25 Edward I., 
12!)7 (pub. 1897), in which the witness remembers the year of the person's birtii, 
twenty-ouc years ago (or more), as that in which he " desponsavit Joannam liliam 
xVlani de Furneaus ecpiitis, quam antea per tempus alicjuod adamavurat." 

Note 7. This Philip, brother of Galfride (see Note 5), might possibly be the 
Philip de Filrneaus, witness to a charter by William de Ruivere to Mol'isfont, 
Hants, dated by Tanner in the time of John (Dugdale, M., vi., IBP). 



10 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

rn l^'i^o■"Q^'^ '^'^T'l'^' "^^ Nevill" (time of Henr-y III. and Edward I.) it is eai, 
(p. IM, *o-^9o),^^ r hu s de^Fiirnellis tenet in Sutliwod et Nieweland di. f." ; als 




:: " 't'-'"" ■"- "" i.a,c ucea MtMu uy Aiiui (^iNo. Vj, as It did not pass to his dauuh 
as the Ivcntisbeare and other Colkimpton lands (except Newhind) probably did. 

chie?"it' i!vno!'l.? 'V'''° ^i'-'f H ■ ^^Y5^ '^\^'^'" " (P- I'^l' f°- «-^^) «« tenant in 

I'um in tnrre Londniensi " (edit. 1835, i., p. 275) we find that in 12ob John de 

iM.rnelis son and heir of Phihp, paid a fine of 100 shillings, and tliat the kin' 

leceived Ins homage and directed the sheritF to deliver seisin To him of all the lands 

iideh 11 and Morecombe, in the parish of Fenottery, to the diurch of St. Miehael 

with 1 1.!"'. K." ""^ M "" ;^«'"^i^^';^\«o a fnrlong of land whieh was once a nanctnary, 

h the dvowson o the chapel of Feiu.ttery (liisdon, " Snrvey," p. 7!)). I.ysons 

Has toimeiiy a chapel to Harpford. "^ 

Note 10. Pole states (p. 18G), " Newland was the land of W"' furneaux in 
King M. I. tyme by the fonrth part of a knight's fee." This would sew him 
to have been a descendant of Philip, but as there is no record of his Iwmn' la^ 
I'cnottery, the two estates appear to have become separate. 

Note 11. Pole gives another William as holding Newland 19 Edward III (1340^ 
His Identity with the William Forniaux who, with .Joan his wife, wei^beiiiflcton 



riX(jn.. Add. bapp.. o ](A t\\-Ai. Mm nm,.;.,! -i,.rwi ,,<• u,„ ....; .. /\t __ i > . 

L'ssion of I 
d passed fr 

^.?i®,Jf '' "^'homas de Forneaus, Fenhoterhy maner' extent, Devon 



• ^'T'';; P- J '' V''^^ "^''^ ^^'''''' ^'■^'•^ ^*' '^'•e Pi"i^'' (November 30th, 187(5) is 
n. possession of Mr. Walrond of JJradfield, to whose family (accordin-^to Pole) 
Newland passed from that of Furneaux. ^ ^muin^ co loic) 



n ,n .;-• in ■ 1 V , ■ "" ^^'"«''"s, reniioterny maner' extent, Devon " (Cal. Inq. 

v2o r ; '''''^ ^' 'f '-'vi'- ''^"^- J^'' ^^""'-^ '" ''^'^'' '-^""t to the king, an^d 
vahie of the manor (see Note l},also his son and heir's name and age (l7)arc 

?neXl.!:' ;/''''' '']■ ;'!" .f'^ ^'''- '''^- "^ l^-l'-t«>xix.,GU.'' He nu! t 
ai)p.uently have been son ot John, though not stated to be so. 

rTnn^'n^m^1'T7^''^'''l\'T'^^ Fumeaus Fen Otri maner' extent' de Exon' castro " 
(Inq. p.m. 1 Edward II., vol. i., p. 22(1 . That his brother Richard was his heir 

s ; m-M iV' •' f;'^'" "■""; ?'^- ^"\^"' ^^^^''"'^^' ^'^^ '-'• "■« •""»« >« f^ivd; ;;« 

sunn u lu-d Irom ovou with horsuand arms (., Uerwiek-iipon-Tweed in 2;) Edward I. 
loOl (Ivyley s " Phui. Purl., [». in;!). ' 

Note 14 For Richard's age see Note 13. The inquisition on himself, " Ric'us 
furneaux lenotrye hamlett' Devon," is dated t) Edward III. (Inq., ii., p. 48", 
^0 4L). Mandate IS given at same date to Henry de Gulden, escheatoY in Cornwall, 
to take possession ot his lands and tenements (Rot. Orig. Abbrev., ii., (]8), aud the 
► and h.t H .?f <-w<- -ri'.^'^^^^'r i)' '^s al«o the name and age (IG) of his sou 
^t next .,ot!i ' ''^' """' ''^" ^"' ''**■' ^"^ ^''' '^^^"^ "^'"'^"^^S^' 

Note 15. The date of John's birth is shewn irom his age at his father's death. 
1 he o her particulars respecting him, his brothers, and his sister are here summed up 
^vL^ir ;";i"^f' 7,'^ ''^ the Record Umce-(l), held at Nywelton Popleford 

1)3 f.r" p' ^^'VT',? '^""' ^^ ^^^^'■'i ^^^^ 1^^^ :(-'). ^t the same 
lace lespecting iiichard de Forneaux 26 June of the following year ; (3), an 
inquiry respecting the heirs of the said John held at Exeter Michaelmas 8 Henry V 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 11 

141(5. In these it is stated that in John's minority his mother ^luriel and her second 
husband Henry de llaidon (who married lier without the kin^^'s Hcence) sold ins 
custody and nuu'riage I'oi' XlO to Jolui do iJoeland to ihe prejudice ol" the kin<;-, aud 
that the said lleury possessed himself (also without the kind's licence) in various 
ways of parcels of the said manor. John, on ctjuiing of aj^e, liad not done lionuige 
to the king for the mano)-, aud in 20 Edward 111., i;U7, aliened it to liis brother 
Richard and heirs of his body, without the king's licence. John died without issue 
18 April 25 Edwar<l 111., \'A[r2, antl at his death held no lands in Devon of the 
king, or of any other in den)esne or in service. Richard had in 1350 granted the 
manor to Nicolus de (yhylmelegh, and had received ic back from him, with remainder, 
in default of his issue, to his brother William and his issue. Richard and Williani 
having both died (dates not given) without issue, the manor passed to i\[argaret, 
widow of Richard, who had since married John Payn ; and John and ]\Iargaret, in 
13G4, successfully resisted an action of disseisin brought by Richard Dobell and 
Agnes his wife, sister of the above three brothers Forneaux. Afterwards the said 
John and Margaret granted the whole manor, in exchange for lands in Bocland 
Dynham, Somerset, to Sir John Dynhara, Knt., to whom the said Agnes Dobell 
remitted her rights in 1373, and who died seised of the manor of Fenottery in 1380, 
and whose son John then (1-416) held it. The jurors conclude that John, Richard, 
William, and Agnes, having all died without issue, they are wholly ignorant who the 
right heirs of the said John may be. For the name Payn in Somerset see 
that branch, Notes 6 and 'J. 

Note IG. "Huge Mewy did W'» Giffard and Richard de Mewry hold, 
a. 27 Henry III., of Stephan Furneaux." (Pole, p. 338.) 

Note 17. Philip de Furnariis was admitted Prior of Modbury, on the presentation 
of Thomas Champernowne, in April 13G2. (Oliver, "Mon. Dioc. Exon.," p. 298.) 

Note 18. The will of Thomas Hert, Rector of Gittisham near Ottery, dated 
y May 1407 (Bp. Stafford's Register, edit. Hingeston-Randolph, p, 393), contains a 
becjuest of a heifer worth G"" 8'' to Alice, wife of John Forncauxs. The bequest 
comes amongst others to dependents and servants, aiul is evidence of the existence 
of jiersons of the name in a raidc similar to that of the yeomen farmers, etc., with 
wluim the traceable Pedigree of Furneaux in the sixteenth century (.sec '' Miscellanea 
Genealogica et Heraldica," New Series, vol. ii., p. 171) begins. 

Note 19. Thomas Furneaux was presented by the Gustos and College of St. Mary 
Ottery to the Vicarage of Hsington near Ghudleigh in 1500 (connnunicated by 
Dr. Oliver). The Devon branch, like the Somerset, is then brought down to a time 
at which such lands as they are known to have held pass out of the lamily, and the 
name drops out of the records connected with land tenui'e. That it was not extinct 
is shewn liere and in Note 18 ; and some landless survivors may well have been the 
jjrogenitors of those from whom the modern pedigree (see above. Note 18) descends. 
I may mention for what it is worth that one Christopher Fournes was in favour 
with Edward IV., and was made by him Ranger of Kingsclere, Controller of Customs 
at Chichester, Porter of Windsor, etc. (Gal. of Pat. Rolls, 14GI, pp. G, 8). There is 
nothing to shew that he was a Devon man, but the Devon family keep up that 
Christian name in the sixteenth century. It should be remembered that besides the 
Devon branch proper, the Somerset branch (see Somerset Rranch, Notes 2, G, 7) held 
lands in Devon ; also Risdon says ("Survey," p. 17G) that Sir Walter Furneaux 
(who belongs properly to the Derby branch) was possessed of Hughton and Nether 
Ansedon, Devon, in Edward I.'s time, and that his son John conveyed the estates to 
Walter Tantifer. Pole also (p. 52) gives Sir Waltei' among tenants in chief at that 
time, and gives arms of Furneaux of Hughton as " Sable, a chief or" (p. 483), aud 
states that Ral|)h Speccot of Merton nnnried Sara, daughter of Sir Walter uud sister 
and heir of John, and had issue (p. 331). 



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12 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. i. ■ 

MARRIAGES OF WANDSWORTH INHABITANTS.* • ;m 

1661, Nov. 14. Luke Chinnall of Merton aVs IMartin & Anne Cotter of 
Wanswortli were manyed Nouemb. the fowrteeiith 1661. (Tooting (Ti-aveney 
Registers.) ^ .■;: . .■: , . .- ■,.■ ■■, •\,,::- . ;■ ..■• 

168;3 Oct. 28 Luke, son of Luke Chinnall, bapt. 

1685 June 28 AVilliani, sou of Luke Chynnal, miller, bapt. 

1661, Feb. 9. Richard Allen of Wansworth & Mary Adkins of the same 
were marrjed ffeb. 9'", 1661. (Tooting Graveney Registers.) 
1678 Dec. 23 Mary, daughter of Richard Allen, Waterman, bapt. 
1680 Oct. 17 Richard, sou of Richard Allin, Waterman, bapt. 
1682 April 15 Mary, daughter of Rich : Allin, bapt. :!.:.!..••'.',-': 

1684 April 27 JJjfth^.|^i„e j son and daughter of Richard Allen, bai)t. ,^^ , ^. ... ;..;. 

1686 July 29 William, son of Richard Allen, bapt. ;•>•... i.-iK. 
1688 Jan. 1 William, son of Richard Allen, bapt. 

169,2 Sep. 21 Joanna, daughter of Richard Allen, bapt, 

[In 1734 Richard Allen is chosen to succeed William Dobson in the benefaction 
of Francis ]\Iillington, Esq. In 1738 he is removed to the Workhouse, whence 
he is buried 26 Nov. 1738.] 

1661, Feb. 26. John Ashes of Wansworth & Mary Ellis of the same were 
marryed tleb. 26, 1661. (Tooting Graveney Registers.) 

1701, May 25. Henjamine Caron of S' Dunstan, Stepny, co. Midd., Wid"", & 
Magdalen Tortur of Wandsworth, co. Surry, Spr. (St. Dionis Backchurch 
Registers.) 

1736 July 11 Benjamin Caron, bur. 

1702, April 28. Rich" Terry of AVansworth in y^ County of Surry & Anne 
Ottkv of Dulwich iu y's"' County wei'c married in y Cathedral Church of S^ Paul's, 
London ; Ity me Sam. Bentham [Minor Canon]. (St. Paul's Cathedral Hcgisters.) 

Elenor, daughter of Richard Terry, a l^utcher, bapt. 
Richard, son of Richard Terry, a Butcher, bapt. 
Ann, daughter of Richd. Terry, a Butcher, bapt. 
Richard, sou of Richard Terry, bapt. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Terry, bapt. 

1703, Jan. 29. James Hebkrt of y* Parish of S' Dennis Backchurch in London 
and ('ATiiKitiNM IIehiort of y^' Parish of Wandsworth in y'= County of Surrey were 
inarrytnl by Lycencc by Su. i<]dgley. Vicar of AVandsworth. (Tooting CJravcney 
Kegi.stei's.) 

[Rev. Sanuiel Edgeley was Vicar of Wandsworth 1687-8 to 1736.] 
1683 May 25 Catherine, daughter of W ]\[athew llebert, bapt. 

[She is mentioned in her fatiier's will, dated 17 June 1703. He died 12 July 
1703, and is buried iu Mount Nod Cemetery, Wandsworth.] 

From the " Reiester Booke of Saynte De'nis Backchurch parishe" (City of London). 
1704 Dec. 27 James Hebert, son of James «& Catherine Hebert, Mercer, born 
•Ifj Dec, bapt. 

1706 Aug. 21 Elizabeth Hebert, dau. of James & Catherine Hebert, Mercer, 

born 4 Aug., bapt. 

1707 Sep. 21 Cathcrin Mary Hebert, dau. of James &, Catherine Hebert, fiercer, 

born it bap. 

* Cutmnuuicatcd by Cecil T. Davis, Esq. — continued from Vol. III. (Third Series), p. 285. 



1702 


Feb. 21 


1704 


.April 18 


1707 


May 25 


1710 


July 16 


171^ 


Feb. 21 



170B 


Oct, 


27 


1712 


Oct. 


10 


1711 


Nov. 


2(1 


171? 


Feb. 


15 


1720 


June 


4 


1722 


Oct. 


8 


172:{ 


Sep. 


21 


172a 


May 


10 


1711 


.luiic 


7 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 13 

James Hebert, son of James & Catherine llebert, Mercer, born & 

bap. 
Anne Hebert, dau. of James & Catlierine Hebert, Mercer, born 

IH Sep., bapt. 
Miirtim Hcluirl, dan. of Juincs ct (!ulJicrine llebert, Mercer, born 

12 Nov., bapt. 
Anne Mary llebert, dan. of James & Oatlierine Hebert, Mercer, 

born -j:) Jan., bajtt. 
Jam» rampliii Hebert, son of James & Katherine Hebert, Mercer, 

born r.) Jlay, bapt. ' 
Jndith Hebert, dan. of James & Catherine Hebert, Mercer, born 

17 Si'p., bapt. 
Mary Hel>ert, dau. of James & Catherine Hebert, Mercer, born 

same day, bapt. 
John HelK-rt,son of Jame & Catlierine Hebert, liorn Apr. 27, bapt. 
Mary Frances Hebert, dan. of James Hel)ert, Mercer, bur. in 

Sontli Churchyard. 

1733 Oct. 11 Jndith Hebert, dau. of M-" James Hebert (Mercer), carried to 

Wansw'ortli. 
[The ontry in the Wandsworth Burial Register is : — 

1733 Oct. 11 M'^ Judith Hebert.] ,,..,,•„ 

17-17 April 4 Catherine Hebert, in the Great A'ault, N. He, bur. 
174$ Mar. 9 Gilbert Clarke of S' John, Wapping-, co. ]\Iidd., bach'', & Martha 
Hebert of S' Dionis Backclmrch, Sp'' ; by Lie. 
1704, ^^ay 24. JIartin Newport, Aferchant in V/andsworth, Surrey= 
Pknklopk Hall (married by iM'' Edgeley, Vicar of Wandsworth). (Gray's Inn 
Chapel Kegister.) 

1705 Sep. 2 Penelope, daughter of M^ Martin Newport, Mercht., bapt. 

1715 Feb. 28 John, son of ]\r'- ]\Iartin Newport and Penelope his wife, bapt. 

1734 Feb. 23 IM'' Martin Newport, JMerchant, G5, bur. 
1754 July 3 Penelope, widow of ]\rartin Newport, 72, bur. 

[Churchwardens' Accounts contain an entry that she was buried in the Church, 
78. 8d. paid, and 5s. for Pell.] 

1723-4 *R'd for the Interment of M'' Newport's Child ... 74 

1704, Oct. 29. Richard Geirce (?) of Wandsworth & Jane Poplet of this 
parish were marry'd. (Tooting Graveney Registers.) 

1708, Nov. 25. Richard Lanqley of Wandsworth, co. Surry, and Joanna 
Pells of Stepney, co. :Middx., Licence. (St. Peter, Cornhill.) 
1710 Sep. 14 Richard, son of Richard Langley, bapt. 

1710, April 18. James Duke Crlspe of Chelsea in y« County of Midd., 
batchelor, & Ann Spahke of AVandsworth in y^ County of Surry, Spinster, were 
married by a licence from y^ Archbishoi^s Office in this Cathedral Church y^ 18"' of 
Apr. 1710 ; by me Hen. Gostling, Sacrist. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 

James Duke, son of ]\P' Henry Crispe, ba[)t. 

Ann, daughter of Charles Sparks, bapt. 

John, son of M'' James Duke Crispe, bapt. 

James Duke, son of James Duke Crisp and Anne his wife, bapt. 

Anne, daughter of James Duke Crispe, bapt. 

Charles Duke, son of James Duke Crispe, bapt. 

Henrietta Lucy, y^ dau. of M'" James Duke Crisjje, bur. 

James Duke Crispe, 72, bur. 

* These entries (,ui(l others in following pa<,reH) are taken from the volume of Churchwardens 
Accounts, as the Wandsworth Uuriul Uegisters for 1G78— 1727 are lost.— 0. T. D. 



1G8G 


April 


4 


1601 


Dec. 


IG 


1711 


May 


14 


1712 


Nov. 


28 


1715 


June 


25 


1710 


Nov. 


13 


1738 


June 


5 


1758 


Sep. 


24 



i 
I 



14 MISCELLANEA GENEALOQICA ET IIERALDICA. ; ' 

1710, July 31. Wji>liam Dollky and Audrey J^ondon of Wandsworth 
marry 'd. (Tooting Graveiiey Registers.) 
ICH-t July 10 William, son of liichard Dolly, bapt. 
17:5<) May 22 William Dolly, AV[ork] II [ouso], bur. 

1712, Jan. 10. Joi[n Essinoton of y« Inner Temple, batclielor, & Elizaijkth 
0LAPUAJI80N of y Parish of Wandsworth in y" County of Surry, Spinster, were 
married with a Lieence from y^ faculty-office in this Cathedral (-liurch y^ 10"' of 
Januai'y 1712 ; by me Henry (Jostling, Sacrist. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 
1718 Nov. 21 ]\rargaret, daughter of Jno: and Elizabeth Essington. This child 
was born iS^ov. 11, bapt. 
Elizabeth, daughter of j\I'' John Essington, bapt.* 
Mary, daughter of John Essington, bapt. v ;■:*:■:•>;.■.?. •>• 

Henrietta, daughter of John Essington, bapt. ' ■„,, ..^ ,..,. .,■, 

John, son of John Essington, bapt. 
(?) Anne, daughter of W' John Essington, bapt. 

Thomas, son of M"" John Essington and Elizabeth his wife, bapt. 
Sarah, daughter of John Essington, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife, 

bapt. 
Susanna, daughter of Jno : Essington, Esq'', High Sheriff of Surrey, 

bapt. 
Claphamson, son of ]\P" John Essington by Elizabeth his wife. — 
This wasyi^ true time of this Baptism as was found mentioa'd in 
my Predecessor's Diary and imported here by me Tho : Gawley.* 
Catherine, daughter of John Essington, Esq'', bapt. 
Susanna, dan. of M'' Essington, bur. 
Catherine, inf. dan. of M'' Essington, bur. 
John, son of M'-' Essington, bur. 
John Essington, Esq', bur. 
1717-18 tl^ec'ed for the Interm' of M'' Essington's Daughter . . 7 8 

1720-21 fRec'd for the Interment of M'- Essington's Child & Knell ."78 
1722-3 jRec'ed for the Interm' of M'' Essington's Child, M'' Savage's 

(,'hild, & ]\I' Page's Child . . ' . . . .'.130 

1712, Sep. 23. William Brown of y« Parish of S" Dunstan's in y^ AVest, 
Lond., Gentleman, a Widower, & Jane AVandell of y'^ Parisli of Wandsworth in 
y-' (Jounty of Surrey, Spinster, were marryed by a lieence from y-' Faculty Ollice in 
this Cathedral Church ye 23 of September 1712 ; by me Sam^Edgley, Prebendar. 
(St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 

Jane, daughter of M'' Joseph AVandell, bapt. 

.lane, daughter of ]\1'' William Browne, bapt. 

William, son ol" "William J{rowne, bajjt, 

\\'illiam, son of AVilliam J5rownc, bapt. 

Anric, daughter of William Browne and Jane his Avife, bapt. 

Susannah, daughter of M'' AVilliam Browne, bapt. 

Christopher Page of y« Parish of AA'andsworth in the County 
of Surrey & Elizabeth Martin of y<= Parish of S' Margaret's, AVcstminster, were 
marryed with a Licence in this Cathedral Church y first day of Decemb'' 1715 ; by 
me Sam' Edgley. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 
1091 Mar. 4 Christopher, son of John Page, bapt. 
1721 July IG Christopher, son of M-" Christopher Page and Elizabeth his wife, 

bapt. 
1724 Oct. 8 Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Page, bapt. 
1734 April 29 Elisabeth, wife of M'' Christopher Page, bur. 
172G-7 tKec'ed of M' Christo^ Page for y« Int' of a Child ... 78 

* Married at Clapham, Surrey, seejmst 1738 and 1750. f See note on previous page. 



1714 


Oct. 


19 


1715 


Sep. 


25 


171G 


Sep. 


4 


1717 


Aug. 


1 


1718 


Nov. 


0) 


1721 


Dec. 


G 


1723 


Sep. 


12 


1724 


Sep. 


7 


1725 


Oct. 


18 


1727 


Aug. 


25 


1727 


]\lay 


12 


1727 


Sep. 


3 


1728 


May 


19 


1729 


April 12 



1088 


May 


25 


1713 


Nov. 


28 


1710 


.Ian. 


4 


1717 


Jan. 


5 


1719 


July 


12 


1720 


Oct. 


4 


17 


15, Dec. 1 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET ITEllALDICA. 15 

1717, Feb. 2r). HouEUT Cook of W.uulswoitli in Hurry, widower, & Margaret 
CoLK of till! same place, spinster, married l»y lie. (St. Aiitholiu, London.) 

17-*0 April 18 Robert, son of liohert Cook, hapt. 
17:52 Sop. (1 Robert Cock, 78, bur. 

1718, April 2. Franois Emilik of y^ ])'isli of Waiiswortb in y"' County of 
Surry, Batelielor, vt Ffrancks lOhWKi-ii of y'' p'ish of E^ham in y^ County afoi-es'^, 
Spinster, were married liy virtue of a liieunee from p'rogative office in y^ Catliedral 
Clmreli of S"' l*aiir8 3*-' day and yeare above written ; by me Sam. Ikntham. 
(St. Taul's Catlii'dral lu'f,Msters.) 

(lie was most probably a son of John Emilie, -who was married in 1(587-8. See 
p. 27:1 of last vol.] 

1721, April 10. Wii.iJAM Smith of y«^ Parish of Wandsworth & Annk Bknson 
of y I'ariHh of Mitcliani were married by a Jiiceiice from y^' Arch li'' of Canterbury. 
('l'iM.tihj( (inivfiii'y Hc^'isters.) 

1722, Ajtril 10. PAUii D'Aranda of S^ Micliael's, Cornhill, London, Merchant, 
lineh', uIk»vc iU\, k El.lZARKTii Emilie of Wandsworth, Surrey, Sp'', above 2(!, at 

-ht-r own diHj)otu»l ; in the Collej,'iate Church of S' Peter's, AVestminster, Henry the 
.St!r«.'iitli'8 ('Impel, or ut S' ]\Iargaret'8, Westminster. (Faculty Ollice.) 

1722, April. Paul D'Aranda of S^ Michael's, Cornhill, and Elizaijeth 
Kuii.iK of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, both single. 

lie eldest sou of Paul D'Aranda, merchant of London and of Shoreham, Kent, 
by his wife Mary Parker of St. RTary Aldermary London, and grandson (by his 
lirst wife) of iJev. Elias Paul I)'.\raiide, Ministi!r olthe French Churcli at Canterbury, 
who was s(tu of \\('\. Filias D'Arandi", ]\linis(er of the French Chui-ch at Southampton. 
111! was also a merchant (»f London in the Dutch trade. He died at Putney, 
CO. Surrey, 2 May 1732, in his 4(;th year, and was buried at Shoreham. His relict 
Elizabeth administered to his estate 11) May following. She survived him nearly 
half a century, and dying at Putney 7 May 1781, ageil circa 80, was also buried at 
Shoreham. See the marriage of her parents 18 Feb. l(;87-8. Slie was their second 
daughter and third child. (Westminster Abbey Registers.) 

1722, Aug. 28. Samuel Jeacock of the Parish of S' Giles in y" Fields in y^ 
County of ]\h'ddlesex and ]\Iary Siiari'Lkss of y" Parish of "WandswcMth were 
married by a Licence from y^ Arch ]{'' of Canterbury. ('I'ooting (jraveney Registers.) 

172;}, Nov. 28. Thomas Peirce of y= parish of H^ Dunstain in y"^ East, London, 
Widdower, & Anne Badge.s of "Wandsworth in y'' County of Surry, Spinster, were 
married with a Licence from y'= Bishop of London's Office in this Cathedral Church 
y« 2;} day of November 17215 ; by me Sam' Edgley. (St. Paul's Cathedral Regihturs.) 

1725, Dec. 5. Thomas Kirby of Wandsworth in y'= County of Surry, AVidowur, 
&. ELi/iAHKTii AviiiNo of the I'arish of S' liottolph, Aldgate, London, Spinster, were 
married with a Licence in this Cathedral Church the 5"' day of December 1725 ; 
by me Sam' Edgley. (St. l^uil's Cathedral Registers.) 

I725-G, Feb. 17. Barnard, John, of Kensingion=ELiZABETH Hiron of 
Wandsworth, Surrey. (Gray's Inn Chapel Register.) 

172(1, Nov. 20. TiiOMAS Saunders of Wansworth, Surrey, bachelor, and Sarah 
Lord of the same, Sjiinster, married by licence. (St. Antholin, London.) 

172(5-7, Feb. 'I. Miles Philipson of Wandsworth, Surry, Bachelor, and Sarah 
Feilds of Clapham in county aforesaid, Spinster. (St. Dionis Backchurch.) 
1728 Dec. 20 liuth, daughter of Miles and Sarah Philipson, bapt. 
1733 June 1 Ruth, a child, dan. of Miles Philipson, bur. 
1731) April 12 Miles Philipson, Beadle, 52, bur. 

[ilu was appointed Beadle 17 May 1730, vice Charles Cave, resigned tlirough 
ill-health.J 

CJ'o bo vontlnncd.') 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIGA. 



aeajJit^ton ^eUigree- 



^i)f <r;rnr«ilogtc ov iUrUrgvc of tfjr auncirut famrhc of tfjf SlSlijuBtonrs fvom 
luijom IS UfsrrnDcU tijcsc fiimrlirs (Ut>:) tijc iEavlcs ;^«iU9lJunf nnU iixctcv, 
ilJLlijusiton of JSli?"siton, SHCUmjiton of ^tauUisi), 2;?5Iim!3tou of ?Llangavant 
auD ^Slnufstou of IJansUjcci) all luri; srueraU ijouscs lucre sett fovti) in 
coHouvs in tijc i)care of ouv HovO <Sion IG07 hv ^Tljomas Soancs of 
?Lla«gavaut i)i? tije Jfountaiuc gate. 



Clotbyan Prince of Powis maried: 

Arms: Or, a lion rtrmjuoit-rcffviinhmt 

stiblr, imj)uli/t(j Sable, a linn rampant aryoit. 



Gwapth Voed sonue of Clothyan Prince of 
PowiHandof Cardigan in the right of his 
Motlier and in the right of his wife Lord of 
Gwont, he had issue beside W flwyn Kydi- 
nor Lor<l of ('urdi;;aii, Gwristor Lord of 
Powis .... Lord ol"JVgan^de,Aylliou Lord 
of (irisniond, Uagh l-t)rd of Skynfrytli, uixl 
Odin Owen IWshop of Lanbadiirn Vawr. 



:Mornyth daughter and sole heire to 
Odwin ap Tithwalch Lord of 
Cardigan. 



Gawith Voed Prince=pMoruith 
of Cardigan son of 
Clothiau maried 

Anns: Clothvan, 
PuiNCK OK Powis, 
iiiijuil hiij Per jidlr 
(iziiri! and niil/lc 
th rccjhiini-ilc-lls or. 



daughter & 
one of the 
he ires of 
Yiiyr King 
of (iweiiL. 



Drue de Baladon 
l)ui<e of Baladon. 
Arms : I'rr pale 
(juleK iind azure, a 
liiiii rain Jill nt ar- 
(jetit siipportinff a 
tree eradieafed 
proper. 



T 



S' Gwyn ap Gwayth=i=Em'am 
Voed knighted in Nor- 
mandy by William the 
Con<iueror. 

Arms : 'J'hk I'ltiNCK 
OV PoWYS iin/iaU)i(/ 
Thk Duke of Bala- 
don. 



daughter 
to True 
or Drue 
Duke of 
Baladon. 



H-amlett came into England w"' Wyonett 
William the Conqueror. andWyne- 
bald came 
This Hamlett conrpiered Upper into Eng- 
Uwent and was iiord of the land w"' 
same he also builded the Castell William 
of Aburgaueny and the Priory the Con- 
there wherein he lieth buried. queror. 



Luce 

Countesse 
of the Isles 
and mother 
to Prian 
Lord Abcr- 
gaueny. 

I 



y True or Drue de Wyn-^Igabell Warren de Mount-=j=. . . . daugh- 



ston K' Lord of the Man- 
ner of Trewyn maried 

Arms : TiiK DUKK OF 
Bai.adon al's Wynston 
iin/iolini/ C/ieijiii/ or and 
xahle, oil a/ess, /ides t/iree 
leojiards' heath jessunt- 
de-lis or. 



daughter chency married 



to S' 
William 
Wallis 
Kni'dit. 



Arms : f)r, three 
exevteJieonn, hurrij 
of .seven Tdlr and 
i/i(le.H, iinjialim/ 
'J'er pate or and 
vert a lion, rampant 
gules. 



terand heire 
of William 
Marshall 
I'larle of 
I'embrooke. 



Brian Lord of Aberga- 
ueny took his crosse 
and went to Jerusa- 
lem. 

This Prian tookehis 
crtissd and went to 
Jerusalem aud gave 
tlicLordshippof Aber- 
gaueny to his cozen 
Walter the Constable 
of England. 



Beatrix 
mother 
to Wal- 
ter the 
Con- 
stable 
of Eng- 
land. 
n= 
I 
AValter 
the 
Con- 
stable 
of 

Lng- 
land. 



no de Wynston Lord=pJoanne William de Vallencc^p. . . . the Howell ap TerhaerneT=Gwenllian 



of Trewyn maried 

Arms : WvNSTON 
impaling Sable, a plate 
between, three towers 
triph'-t arreted or- 
</ent. 



daughter 
and one 
of the 
heires of 
Howell 
Caerlion. 



Earle of Pembrooke 
married 

Arms : Barry often 
argent and azure, 
an orle of ten mart- 
lets gule.i, impaling 
RIONTCUANCY. 



daughter Lord of Brecknock 
and heire maried 
to War- Arms : PfiiNCE OP 

rcn de BRECON, impaling 
Mount- Arijent, three coeh.s 
chency. ijules, armed, cre.sted, 
and jcllopid or. 

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daughter 
aud sole 
heire to 
Griffith ap 
Ivor ap 
Inon Lord 
of Sainq- 
henyth. 



* Communicated by W. PUUCE Bannerman, Esq., F.S.A. Scot., from the origi 
Roll iu his possession. 



il MH. Vellum 



» ■:-..»<f.f>.nwivrt; .#u';;«'i5«a,i».(ti*^ip-.'- ■ ■•■.■KVfSjT ■ SW*H 




!3nn« of tl)r saii'iistoii Jf<iinU;>. 



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Arms. — Quarterly of six: 1, Per pale tjxtles and azyrc, a lion rainpanf argent nupporting a tree 
eradicated proper; 2, Or, a lion rampant-regnardant sable; S, Sahle, a lion rampant argent; 
4, Per pale azure and sahle, three flcurs-de-lits or ; 5, Sable, a plate betiveen three toiuers triple- 
ttirreted argent ; (i, Harry of ten argent and azure, over all six escutcheons, three, two, and one, 
sahle, each charged nithalion rampant of the first, a crescent for difference; the whole coat 
differenced with a martlet. 

Ckest. — ^1 garb erect supported by two lions rampant, the dexter argent, the sinister azure. 



Cradock Vrayghuras Earle of Heref ord=pTega7 



& Knight of tlie round Table maried 

Arms : Sahle, a ehvvron between 
three spear-heads argent, imlirued 
gules, impaling jLrgent, a dragons 
head erased vert, holding in the montli 
a sinister hand couped proper. 



Ayruron 
daughter 
aud co- 
heire to 
King 
Pellinor. 



Cradock Vraighuras was Earle of Hereford Lord 
of Radnor and of the Dolorous Tower and one of 
the Knights of the round table in King Arthur's 
tyme he was sonne of Llyr Meryny the Sonne of 
Myrghiou gyl Sonne of Gornst Galedlon sonne of 
Kenay sonne of Coel sometymes King of Greate 
Britaine. 



Blethin F'manergh Lo. of Brecknok=i=Ellyn daughter 



liniallie descended from the afore^ 
saied Cradock. 

Arms : Caeadoc Vreichfeas 
(PiUNCii; OP Brecon) impaling 
(fuhs, a lion rampant withi/i a 
hordure indented or. 



to 'I'udor King 
of South Walles. 



This Blethin was the son of Maynarch at Drif- 
lin ap Hydd ap Grongydd ap . . . . ap Tegid 
ap Teythwalch ap . . . . ap Kinfarth ap Hoyro 
ap Gloyro ap Kawr ap Kawrdaf ap S' Cradock 
Vrachvras Earle of Hereford. 



Gwgan ap Blethin=i=Gwenllian 



Lord of Brecknock 
married 

Arms : Prince 

OV BllKCON impal- 
ing llules, a chev- 



daughter 
and heire 
to I'hillip 
ap Gwys 
Lord of 
Rloyiiton. 



lustyn af) Gwrgan King of 
Glamorgan and Morgannwg 
was in William the Con- 
querors tyme & in the 9"' 
ycarc of William llul'us one 
Uobcit Kit/, llainon with 
otlierFrcncluiicndid conquiT 
Glamorgan and then lusty n 
Ikd into tlie Abbey of ... . 



Instyn ap Gvvrgan=pYngebarad 
daughter to 



Prince of Glamor 
gan and Mor- 
gannwg maried 
Arms : (,'nles, three 
chivriinel.i argent, 
impaling (Julr.s, a 
lion rampant-re- 
gnardant or. 



KliHton 

Glodrith 

Piince 

between 

Wyo and 

Seuernc. 



Terhaern ap Gwgan Lord of:^Johan 

daughter 
to S' 



Brecknock maried 

Arms; I'uiNCE OF Brk- 



tH)N 


im/ialiui/ 


.1 


•i/ent 


th, 


■<f 


Ar. 


•n ap 


bul!.^ 


heads r, 


tho 


ssrd .sable 




itii 


.Irv 














Kniglit, 



Cradock ap Instyn Lord of Auan mariedrpGwIadis daughter 
Arms: Jk.styn ap Gwyroant to Griffith ap Kces 
(I'UINCH 01' (li.AMOiUJAN) impaling ap Towdor King 
UiiYS .\i* Tkwdwu Mawr, Kino oi' of South Walles. 
South Walks (^(Jides, a lion rampant 
within a bordure indented or). 



Mredith ap Cradock Es(iuier=pJoftnne Sir Edward Stratlling Lo : of=pWenBiani 



laried 

Arms : Prince op Gla- 
MOIUJAN impaling Azure, 
a fess ermine between three 
pitchers or. 



:laughter 
to S-- 
Mycls 
Pitcher 
Kni'dit. 



S' Donatt in the Couutie of 
Glamorgan maried 

Arms : Palg if six argent 
and azure, on a bend gules 
three einqmfoils or, impaling 
Azure, a checron hctioecn 
three croxses patee or. 



daughter 
to S' 
Ifoger 
Berk- 
rolles K' 
Lord of 
Norchet. 



John of Gaunt 
Duke of Lancastei". 
Arms: Quarterly, 
France, ancient, 
and England, 
di/lerenced with a 
label of three 
points ermine. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 



K' Lord of VVyiiHh 
iniuii'd 



VmUciuv 
M^irh; of 



mairicd 
to J(j1iii 



Jolin 1Tiistinf,'H=pTsabclhlaiif4li-:^S'" Oilhcrt WyiiHtoii Ayiiicr do Joann 
T,()i.l Al.cr- - - ^ - -• 

Arms: Or, 
a nil crunch 
(jvh's, iiiipal- 
■i/ifj Valicnce 
(Kaim, of 

I'KMJUtOKK). 



Il>l' .V: OIU! of 

tlu! lioii'c's of 
William tie 
Valence. 



Anns: VVynhton J'enibiok(! Lord 
inijniliiif/ Valence, ob. s.p. Coniyn. 

Aims : 
Valence. 



Ib'os aj) Howell of Brcck- 
iiocU inariiid one of tliu 
(laughter of OriMlth (Jvvyr 

Arms : Prince op 
Brecon imj)fdiiu/A rr/ent, 
a buck Judged t/nlcs, 
attired or, holdinfj in its 
iiiovth a branch vert. 



John Hast- 
ings Lord 



Abiir- 
[,'aueny. 

Arms : 
Hastings. 



Elizabeth Hastinges 
wife to Roger Lord 
Gray of Rut hen. 

Arms : liiirri/ of 
Kix argent and 
nzvre, in chief three 
torteanx, impaliiuj 
Hastings. 



John Wynston Lord of=pJohan daiigl 
^\'ynston &; Langaion. 

Anns : Wynston im- 
paling Barry often ur- 
qent and azvre, over all 
'xix esciitcheoius, three, 
two, and line, sable, each 
charged until a lion 
ramjyant of the first, a 
crescent for difference. 



Inon Sais ap=FLlyky 



ter & heire to ReesapHoell 
Reiguold niaried 

Cicill Lord of Arms : 
Penclawgh in Prince of 
tlie County of BRECON 
M on moth. impaling 

Prince of 
Glamorgan. 



daughter 
& one of 
the heires 
of Howell 
ap Mre- 
dith. 



Reginald 
Lord Grey 
of Kuthen. 
Anns : 
Lord 
Grey of 

KUTllYN. 



Gilbert Wynston: 
Es(juire married 
Arms : Wyn- 
ston impaling 
Azure, three 

Imars passant or. 



I 



: . . . daugh- 
ter to S"' 
John Abrell 
Knight. 



I 
\Vatkyn Wynston^ 
Lord of Wj'nstou. 
Arms : Wyn- 
ston impaling 
Stradling. 



^Katberin 

daughter 

to S"- 

Edward 

Strad- 

ling 

Knight. 



Howell ap Inon maried 
Lettice daughter lo L'ad- 
walader ap Griffith ap 
Syslt. 

Arms : Prince of 
Brecon impaling Far 
jmlc azure and sable three 
feurs-de-li^ or. 



Reiguold I 
of Rulhen 
is the Karl 
desended. 



lOrd Gray 
of whom 
of Kent 



I 
Thomas Sitsilt l*iS(]ui(!r=pMargaret dangh- 
niaried ter iV, heirt; to 



Arms : Cecil impal- 
ing Wynston. 



ter iV. heire to 
Gilbert de Wyi 



Hugh Wynston of=j=Joannc daugl 
Wynston l';s(|uier. 
Arms : Wynston 
imjialing I'RINCE 
OP Brecon. 



ter to Howell 
ap Inon Sais. 



Pbillipp Sitsilt sonncof Thonias=j=Margaret Walter Wytiston Esquier Lord=pMargaret daughtei 



maried 

Arms: Cecil impaling Ar- 
gent, a lion Tumpant sable, 
collared and chained or. 



daughte 
of .John 
Phillipps. 



of Wynston. 

Arms : Wynston impaling 
Argent, three bill Is passant 
gvies, armed or. 



to S'- William 
Walby K'. 



I 
Richard Sitsilt maried Margaret daur. 
and sole heire of William Vanghan. 

Arms: CECIL impaling tiules, on 
a garb or three raveiis proper. 



John Wynston al's Jenkyn Winston of= 
Sorthaiant in com. Hereford. 

Arms : Wynston, diff'renced irith a 
crescent, impaling Gules, on a chevron 
betioeen three bnlls' hi^ads argent a 
mullet .table. 



^Katherin daughter 
and heire to John 
Baynam of South- 
ant Esq'. 



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Howell ap Mredith 
Esii. mtiriod Joiiiie 
ilaiiglitcr to 'J'homriK 
Awbiey of Aber- 
kiugiig. 

Aims: Pkince 
OF Glamorgan iw- 
2)(tliiiij Aziirr, a 
checroii hctin-rn 
third LiigJcx In ads 
cruMtl or. 



S' Williiiiii Stmd- 
ling Kiiiglit 
iiiaiied Isaljcll 
ilaugliter and co- 
heiie to Jolm S' 
liaibe de coin. 
Somersc'tt. 

Anns: Strad- 
LING i in pa I i IK I 
2'ahj of three mhie 
aiul ui(jiiit a fi'xs 
cnunti ichamjid. 



I 
Ileiiry Heaufonl y" 
Caidinall tookc to 
will! Alice (laugh - 
ter t.) Uieliaid 
Karlc of Aiiindell. 
Anus: (^inir- 
tcrhj, I'MiANCJC, ««- 
cirnt, and 1<;N(;- 
LAND, within a 
lord are (/oIkhii/ ar- 
tjcnt a/ul uzvrt; nil- 
paViiKj Bamj of 
ci(/ht or and giilrs. 



John Beauford Earle 
and Duke of Somcr- 
sett manicd w"' 
Margaret Holland. 

Arms: (^itartcrhj, 
France, unricnt, 

a ndKNGhANI), with- 
in a hovdurc gohony 
arijrut and azure, 

inijfuiiuj/ England 
ivithiii a horditrc 
unjoit. 



I I 
Thomas IJeauford. 

Joanc wife to 
Kaphe Neuill 
Earle of Westmer- 
laiid. 

Arms: Gules, a 
saltire argent, iiii- 
■paliny (Quarterly, 
France, ancient, 
and England, 
within a bordave 
gohony argent and 



1. S' Edward Stradling=pJane daughter 

K' Lord of S' Donatts to Henry 

inaried Hcauford the 

Arms : Stradlino Cardinall but 

impaling BEAUFORT, she was born 

Quarterly, FRANCE, before he tooke 

■modern, and EN(iLAND, order 
within a bordure gobony 
argent and azure, over 
all a searpc argent. 



2. S' John Stradling 
K* marled the daugh- 
ter and lieire to 
Dauucie. 

Arms : Stuadling. 



Edward Beauford 
Earle of Murtaine 
& Duke of Somer- 
set. 

Arms: Beau- 
fort, Quarterly, 
France, viod'/m, 
and England, 
within a bordure 
gobony argent and 



John Beauford 
Duke of Somer- 
set. 

Arms : Beau- 
fort. 



Sir Henry Stradling 
Knight maried Eli- 
zabeth Herbert. 

Arms: Strad- 
LINU. 



Sir Edward Strad- 
ling Knight Sonne 
of S'- John. 

Aruiw : Strad- 
lilNd. 



Margaret Beauford married to ]i]dmoud Earle of Richmond. 

Arms: (Quarterly, FRANCE, inodern, and ENGLAND, 

within a, bordure azvre charged alternatively witli fleurs- 

de-li -- -' 



ind 



■tirt.s 



impaling Hkaufort. 

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I I 

Howell Yghan Esq' maried Malt daughter Thomas Stradling 
and one of theirs [,vt6'] of Ll'm ap Hoellhen Esq. marieii Jenett 
Es.]'. =p 

I 
Ll'm ap Howell aj) Pytyn Es(i. maried 
Mall (biu'r au.l one oftiie" heiirs of leuan 
ap ivces. y 

Sir Dauid Gam Knight married Gwcnllim 
da. to Gwyllim ap Hoell Gragh Esq. 



Malhew. 

Ar 
LINt). 



John Stradling 
]<]squier. 
virms : Strad- 
L'NG. 



Henry the Seventh 
King of England. 
Arms : Quarterly, 
France, vtodem, 
and ENCiLAND. 



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S' Edward Stradling 
Knight maried Eli- 
zabeth Arundell. 
Arms : Stkadling. 



Gwladis daughter to S"' Dauid Gam mar- 
ried to Thomas al's Herbert. 



Anne Stradling 
Ladie Dauers 
from whom is 
descended the 
Lord Dauuers. 
Arms : Strad- 
ling. 



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Henry the Eight 
King of England. 
Arms : Quarterly, 
France, modern, 
and England. 



S' William Herbert Earle 
of I'tnnbrooke. 

I 
William Heibeit Earle of 
lluntinglon. 



Thomas Wynston 
of Wynston Es- 
(piier son &; heire. 
Aims : Wynston. 



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I " 

Philip Wynston of 
Langarant ir. co. 
Heretnid. 
Arms : WYNSTON, 
dillereneed with a 
mullet. 



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Walter Wynston of Pans- 
wick in the County of 
tllciucester. 

Arms : WYNSTON, dif- 
fennred with a martlet. 



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HERALDICA. 



Dauid Cicell Ehcj. rtiftrried Alice the 
dauLfliter to S' John DickoiiH Kiiiglit. 
Arms : Ckch, iinpaluKj Sable, « 
chevron frittij or htn-rcnihn'i' white 
TKse-s slijjj/ed. =j= 



ill W 



John Wynhtoii of Southftnaiitmftnicd=T=Margcry the daughter 



ArmH : Wynhton, dijy&.rc ami with 
a crescent, impaliiKj Artjenf, three 
lionx heath erased gable. 



!ii»d heiie of of [nic] 
BLsley of Gloceater- 
shirc. 



W 



Richard Cicell^Jane Ecking- Elizabeth the daughter=pWalter Wynston=pMargaret daughter and 



Esq- 
Arms : CECIL 
ivipaling Ar- 
gent, on a bend 
cot i, led gules 
three cinque- 
foils or. 



toncossenand 
hcire to Wal- 
cott of Wal- 
cott. 



of John Dauis sonne and 
heire to Lewes Dauis. 
1 wife. 

Arras : Wynston, 
differenced with a cres- 
cent, impaling Argent, 
a chevron .table between 
three mvllets gules. 



Marie the daugh-: 
tor to S^ Thomas 
Cheeke Knight 
tirst wife. 

Arms : Cecil 
impaling Argent, 
three crescents 
gules. 



^William Cicell=FMildred the daughter 



of Rymwick in 
the County of 
Glocester Es- 
quire. 



heire to Morrice Pointz 
and brother to Anthony. 
2 wife. 

Arms : Wynston, dif- 
ferenced n-ith a crescent, 
impaling Barry of eight 
or and gules. 



Baron Burgh- 
ley Lord higii 
Thresurcr of 
England & 
Knight of the 
Garter. 



to S" Anthony Cooke 
of Giddey hall in com. 
Essex K'. 

Arms : Cecil hn- 
petting Or, a chevron 
com pong gule.i and 
azure bet ween three 
cinquefoils of the last. 



Standish in the 
countie of Glocester 
Esquier married 

Arms : Wynston, 
differenced ivith a 
crescent, impaling 
Argent, on a salt ire 
sable Jive sioans 
proper. 



pAnnethe 


Michaell 


daughter 


Wynston. 


of Tho- 


Arms : 


mas 


Wyn- 


Burgh of 


ston, tlif. 


Yorke. 


ferenced 




with a 




crescent. 



Thomas Cicell Lord Burghley Earle of 
Exeter & Knight of the Garter married 
Dorothey daur. to the Lord Latymer. 

Arms : Cecil Impaling Guhs, a 
saltire or, charged toith an annulet sable. 



Roljert Cicell Earle of Salisburie & Lord High Threasurer 
of England married Elianor daughter to W"' Lord Cob- 
ham. 

Arms : Cecil, differenced ivith a crescent, impaling 
Gules, on a chevron argent a lion rampant sable, crtmmcd 



William Cicell Lord Elizabeth Cicell widdow to S' W"' Hatton Knight 

Burghley mar. Eliza- remaricd to S'' Edward Coke Knight Lord Clieife 

beth the daughter Justice of England. 

and heire of Edw. Arms: Per pale gules and azure three eagles 

Manners Earle of di-tplaged argent, imjmling CECIL. 

Rutland. 



William Cicell Lord Roos died w"'out 
yssue but married Anne the daughter 
of S' Thomas [Lake]. 

Arms : Cecil impaling Sable, a 
bend between si.c crossletsjitchg a rgent . 



William Baron Cecil 
of Essendon Viscount 
Cranborne and Earl 
of Salesburie. 

Arms : CECIL, dif- 
ferenced with a crescent. 



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21 



M 



Robert Wynston of 
AVynston Esquier. 

Aini« : Wynston 
iiiijjaUtii/ [bLutk], 



Jenkyn Wynston married 
Elbnor the daughter of 
Thomas C'arr. 

Arms : Wynston, di/- 
ferena-il with a mull/t, 
hiijtaling [hhinh']. 



James Wynston married w"' 
Bridi^^ett daughter to John 
Abrahall. 

Arms- : Wynston, differ- 
enced ivit/i a viidlet, impalinn 
[hliink]. 



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Richard Wynston of 
ranswick Geut. 

Arms : Wynston, 
differenced with a 
vuirtlet impalinn 
[hlanhl =p 



Watkyn Wynston=p. ... the 



of Wynston mar^ 
ricd 

Arms : Wynston 
imjiiilnuj Art/ent, 
u fherrun ffi/U\s be- 
tween, three hurts. 



laughter 

of 

IJaskcr- 
uilo. 



Ricliard Wynston 
married Jane 
daughter to John 
Ahnitiall. 
Arms : Wynston, 
differenced with a 
mullet, inij)uling 
Abeell aVs 
Abrahall. 



Jolin Wynston. 

Arms : \Y\ii. 
STON, differenced 
with (I mid let. 

Walter Wynston. 
Arms : \NYii- 
STOS, differenced 
loith a mullet. 



Thomas Wynston of^Mabell 



I'answick married 

Arms : Wynston, 
differenced hy a mart- 
let, impaling Gules, a 
chevron, ermine he- 
tween three goats' 
head.^ couped argent 
■within a hurdurc of 
the last. 



Joane Wynston 
married to Wil- 
liam Garnars of 
Blackmore 
Esquier. 
Arms : [blank] 
impaling WYN- 
STON, differ- 
enced ivith a 
oresrent. 



Thomas Wynston 
of Wynston Esq"^ 
married Margaret 
the daughter to 
William Smyth. 
Arms : Wynston 
impaling [blanii]. 



Margaret Wyn- 
ston the daugh- 
ter of Richard. 
Arms: [blank] 
impaling Wyn- 
ston, differ- 
enced ivith a 
mullet. 



sister to 

William 

Wyght 

of ifors- 

ley in 

com. 

Gloc. 



Thomas Wynston of Panswick in^Judith th 



the couutie of Glocester Gent. mar. 
Arms : Wynston, differenced 
with a martlet, impaling <^uar- 
terlg : 1 and 4, Argent, a /ess 
gules, on a chief of the second a 
mullet or, and in sinister chief a 
canton ofthejirst charged with a 
crescent sable; 2 and li, Urmine, 
on a chief gules three mascles or. 



Elizabeth the daughter to Watkyn=pS. Henry Wyn-^pDiones one of the daugh- 
Naughan of Bed warden in com. ston of Stan- tcrs of S' George Bonde of 
ileretord hrst wife. .... & 



laughter of 
Roger Lan- 
caster of 
H art ford - 
shire and 

of 

Baker his 
wife. 



Arms: Wynston, differenced 
With a crescent, impaling Sable, a 
chevron argent between three boi/s' 
heads affronted couped at the 
shoulders proper, erined or (/<■«- 
n-rajyped around the nechs with as 
many snahes vert). 



i I I I 
Ihomas, Henry, 

William, i<c John 
Wynston. 

Arms : Wyn- 
ston, differ- 
enced with a 
crescent. 



dishe in th( 
Countic of Glo- 
cester Knight 
married 



Joane Wynston mar- 
ried to John Walcott 
Esquiei'. 

Katheriue ob. s.p. 

Arms : Argent, a 
chevron between three 
chess roohs ervdne, 
impaling Wynston, 
differenced with a 
crescent. 



London Knight. 

Arms ; Wynston, dif- 
ferenced n-ith a crescent 

impaling Argent, on a 
chevron sabl' three ho- 
■rants, a crescent for dif- 
ference. 



Thomas Wynston 
Doctor in I'hysic 
to King Charles. 
Arms : Wynston, 
differenced with 
a martlet. 



Elizabeth Browne 
mariied to Fraun- 
cis Browne Es(i. 

Arms: [hlanh] 
impaling WYN- 
STON, differenced 
with a crescent. 



Giles Wynston of 
Staudish died 

w"'out yssue. 

William and 
George died both 
without y.ssue. 
Arms : Wynston, 
differenced with 
a crescent. 



11 I 
la Wy 



Sara Wynston mar- 
ried to John 
Churchill of the 
midle Temple. 

Arras: [blank] 
impaling Wynston, 
differenced with a 
crescent. 

Elianor and Doro- 
they Wynston. 



Certified as follows: — 

" Examined and pervsed by me S-- Will'm Seoae 

Knight al's Garter principal) King of Armes." 



22 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Bacon aSHiU^/ • 

I ,.,,VV'''f ""'!!?, °'" ^'"J^' ^"^^"' '^^'^e second day of September in y^ yeare of our 

1 m W y- .^""•/"•"' """^' <•' '^<"'"^i n.Mul .fe „,.;„„„y (praised l.e (3od for y'= 
HM. )(„„.sidm„o-yt uH It IH u,.,.oi,.ted m.Lo ...en Onee (o .lyc, & yt y. time of 

! t of thiTw/I'lT'l '" ^r^ "^f^'T^? ''^' ^'''"^■« i" ^>''de.- before m/depurtui-e 

1 St i m' ^ i'l' J^" l"'''V"^ ''f- ^^'" ^^ ^^«taineut in man'er & forn! following. 

ol n r on 7 n" '"■'" rV'f"'^-' "^ Alnnohty God my Creator in hope to 

o ui rfn ^ 1 JV'''' ^ \''^''?'' tT''^ ^^"■•^ through the Meritts & Death 

odv ? n t ?,r/i?°M'y^ ..t Blessed Saviour and Redeemer And my 

nv 1^ cut 1^ ' 1 'V'!^ '^'"'"'^ !" ^ '"■'■'^'"•' ^^^""^^- '^tt r Discretion of 

n.y Lxccu 01 hereafter named, And as toiiclun- y^ worldly Estate which (^od of his 

C'S mv AVT' T\' '"'r t'-'-^'-^^-^oweth'Firstlgive&devLu to 
N S^ll I ' 1'' r: ^'^n '"'^' "''■'""^° belono-inge for & during y^ term of her 

' J n es H on ?v H ^'^'^;"«'"gf .^^'tl-.tlieir & every of their apj,urtenances unto 
J. mts IJacon my brother & to his hcMres for ever, item I give & bequeath 

e ^vfln^tr d?"'^ "{ T' ''"/"'" '' ^^" ^^^^^^^^ ^ ^- 1-*^ - o 

•d AV V . l/ n^ ",^'-' /''^"■.'."^ ^l'^'^^'^- ^^^"^ I ^•'^''^ '-^ bequeath unto my 

V Hk t f < , V ..?'f^' n "" '"^ '^''7'" ?r""^^' "^^' Walnuttree Cupbord & Press 

A C icbt ot d awers & all my wrought (Mnnrs .»;.■. stooles. Item I give & beoueath 

n , K'.chard the son of John Jaquis of Stonham in y^^ s'd County (kM^t' a I n^^ 

f In'ef ''t"/;"" "' f?''"^ ^^'^^*" of Brandesion in r s'd County yZ^ 

<i guinea. I em I g^ve ^ bequeath unto Kobert Paine My Kinsman a o„iuea 

'deltTr ne m'"'ci" ^' Surplusage of all my Estate both lial & Personal tt^ 

mo mf; I <^'^=1'>^^V" 'f ".^''^ '^ ^'''''^ '-^ ^'^'« '"3^ ^^''1 executed & p'formed) 

' b f ''"" ™^ ^p'^'lf' ^^"f ^^^^ "^'^'"'^te Appoint & Constitute him y^^ 

> v.nl n' ^J''"\.'''y ^>™ther sole Executor of this my last AViU & Testam' 

ecl.iie tins only to be my last Will & Testament. Item I give & beoueath unto 
the poor 01 the parish of Hebenham in the said County the ^um of for ; S llig^ 

tJl^T' ^'T^^''-"* ^^'^:f "" ''^'''''"^^ ^''«^"'» ^f twenty shillings /to v^ poo 
people of llramsden m r s'd County y^ sum of twenty shillings! In Witness 

YeH J.;''' '"':'' ™^ ^'''' ^^'*'^ ^ '^^^'«^'*'"' '''' ^'y i^'-^"^ & sealer da^& 
leaie Jirst above written. j "V «- 

Matt. Bacon. 

TosS'h. t ''p^'"''''^ ^'l ^' '''i^ ^^''^•''^' ^^'^°^^" ^^ ^'e^l'"'"^ to be his last Will & 
I o V iLn hMnrp \''\r '''« l»'^^"^« ««tt our Names as Witnesses, 
uoitt. u iiuison, Edm" Baas, Alice Ui)8oii. 

Proved at Ipswich 2 Eebruaiy 1711. 




♦ TiaiiHciibed from the Ipswich Ilcgistcr by Rev. W. E. Layton, F.S.A 



\ 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 23 

to bless me in this life I p:ive & bequeatli nino Thomas Bacon of Mendham in the 
County of Snff. the suin'e of Five Pounds to bo jy' within three moii'tlis after my 
decease. Item T give nnto tlie four chihii'cn of tlie s'' Thomas Bacon my Brother 
whose names are AFary John Thomas it llesLcr the suin'e of five pounds a[)iece to 
be p'' them as they come to their Severall & respective ages of One & twenty years. 
Item I give I'i: l)equeatli unto Robert Kaynei- of Denton who is now App'iitiee witli 
dohii Smith of Denton in the ('onuty of Norfolk the sum'e of forty shillings to be 
))'' him when his tiuie of his ap[)''nticesliip be fully completed & ended with his said 
Master. Item all the Rest of my goods & chattels Si moneys I give unto Edward 
Bacon my Brother whom I nominate to be my only »t sole Exec'' of this my hxst 
Will ct Testam' (excepting twenty shillings) which I give unto Samuel ]\Iadget 
Jiin'' of Pulhain ]\[ary Magdalen in the County of Norfolk whom I nominate to be 
one whom I put my Trust in to See that this my will be justly fulfilled And in Case 
my brother should dye before the said Children come of age for him the s^^ Sanmel 
Madgctt to })ntt out the said moneys for the use of the s'^ Children till they come 
to their severall & respective ages of one & Twenty years And I doe hereby utterly 
disallow Revoke & disannull all & every other former Testaments AVills & Legacies 
Bequests it Executors by me in any ways before this time named willed and 
bequeathed Ratifying & Confirming this & no other to l)e my last Will & Testam'. 
In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand this day & Year above written. 

Robert Bacon his mark. 

Signed, sealed, published pronounced & declared by y" s<^ Robert Bacon as his 
Last Will it Testament in the p'sence of us y'= subscribers, Mary Scarlet her mark, 
Rebecca Wright her mark, Obediah Amerson. 

Pi'oved at Fressiugfield 17 January 1714. 

In the name of Cod, Amen. I John Bacon of Kirtley in the County of Suffolk 
Yeoman being sick in body but of pei-fect mind (t memory (Praised be Cod) Do 
make (U-dain & declare this my last AVill & 'I'estament in manner & forme following 
viz' Fii'st I com'end my Soul into the hands of Almighty (Jod that gave it me & my 
body I Com'itt to the Earth from whence it was taken to be buried in Christian 
buriall & as touching my Worldly Estate w'' the Lord of his great mercy hath 
Lent mv. J disjiose thereof as followeth. Imprimis, 1 give & becjueath unto my 
SisU^r Martha the Wile of Cornelius ('oilier of Owlton the sum'e of Ten Pounds of 
lawfull money of Creat Britain to be i)'' to her or liei- heires within Twelve months 
next after my Decease. Item 1 give it bequeath mito my sister Ann the wife of 
Thomas Millar in the County of -Norfoike the sum'e of tlifteen Pounds to be p'' unto 
her in manner following that is to say Twenty Shillings yearly & every year untill 
the said sun^'e of Hifteen Pounds sliall l)e all paid if she shall live to receive the 
sanu) The first payment to be made within twelve months next aft(U' my Decease 
But if it shall happen that the said Ann shall not Live to I'cceive the same all sncli 
sum'e or part of the s'' lifteen Pounds as shall be behind or unpaid to her the said 
Ann I give to be equally divided between all her Children as shall be then Liveing. 
Item I give and bequeath unto all my Sister Susan's children the sume of Twenty 
shillings apiece to Ijc paid unto them within twelve months after my Decease. Item 
I give and bequeath unto all the children of my Sister Mary the late Wife of John 
Partridge of Wickham the sum'e of three Pounds apiece to be paid unto them 
within One Year next after my Decease. Item i give and bequeath unto Katheryne 
Lindsey Daughter of Thomas [jindsey of (Jarleton colvile the sum'e of four Boinids 
ol" Lawi'uU money to buy her Self a Suite of moni'iiing Apparrel and I do also give 
& bequeath unto the saiil Jvatherine the sume ol"J'en Pounds more of like njoney 
to be i)aid within twelve months after my Decease. Item I give & be(jueath unto 
Roger Aldous & John xVldouse sons of my late wife the sum'e of twenty shilliugs 
a|,>ieee to be i)aid also within One Yeai- after my Decease. Item my will it desire is 
that M' Richardson of Pakelield may preach a Sermon att my iJuriall And 1 doe 
give and bequeath unto the said lAP iiichardson one (Juinea for the same. Item I 



24 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. ?:. 

«>ivo it hociuoiith unto Cornelius Collier the Buarc of ton pounds which lio owcth 
nic upon hond. Item 1 ^nve & bequenLli unto Henry Clieany of CurleLon colvile 
the suni'e oi Ten Pou'.kIs of Ijike money as afuresaid. Item All the Kest & reBidne 
of my Estate of what nature or kind so ever after my Debts Funerall Expenses & 
probate of this my Will shall by my Hlxec'"' be fully satisfied & paid 1 give to be 
e((ually divided between all my brothers in Lawe Cornelius Collier's children that 
shall be Liveing att the end of one Year after my Decease. Item I do Constitute 
nominate iV: appoint my said brother in Lawe Cornelius Collier & my Loveingfreind 
IfeiH'y Cheany before menc'oned Exec''^ of this my Will llevoking all others Do 
declare this to be my last Will & Testam'. In Wittness whereof I have hereunto 
Sett my hand & seal this fifth day of November lu the year of our Lord One 
Thousand Seven hundred & fourteen. 

John Bacon. 

Signed sealed published & Declared by the Testator above named to be his Last 
will & Testament in the p'sence of us, Tho. fiOve, Mary Andrews her mark, Robt. 
Haas. 

Proved at Kirtley 18 November 171-i. 

In the name of God, Amen. The Sixteen day of August in the Sixth yere of 
our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain ffrance and 
Ireland [these last three words e/ased] King Defend'' of the ffaith &c'', & in the 
year of our Lord according to the Computac'on of the Church of England One 
Thousand Seven hundred & Nineteen I Edward Bacon of ffresingfeild in the 
County of Suffolk being very weak in body but of perfect mind & memory Thanks 
be given to (Jod therefore Calling to mind the moi'tality of my body ct knowing 
that it is appointed for all n-ien once to dye do nnike &■ t)rdain this my l>ast Will & 
Testament tliat is to say Principally & first of all I give and Kecoin'end my soul into 
the hands of God that gave it & for my body I recom'end it to the earth to be 
buried in a (Miristian like & decent manner alt the Discretion of my Exec'* herein 
named Nothing doubting but at the (lenerall Ivesurrecc'on I shall receive the same 
again by the IMighty power of God and as touching such worldly Estate where with 
it hatli pleased (Jod to bless me in this Life 1 give devise & dispose of the same in 
the following manner & foi'm Imjirimis 1 give & becpieath unto J^^sther llVcnch the 
present wife of .John HVeiich of Stradbrooke in the County of Sull'olk the sume of 
'i'wenty Shillings to be i)aid into her own hands & to no other l*erson whatsoeuei' 
witiiin three months next aftei' my decease. Item I give & bequeath unto John 
Tallent of flVessingtield in the County of Suffolk & unto John Savage of Weybread 
in the said County the sume of Eight Pounds to be ecpndly divided between them 
for their trouble & Care in st'ciiig this my "Will to be truly performed & fulfilled 
T desireing nominate and a[)point them two to be my sole Exec''* of this my hist 
AVill and Testament. Item my will fuilher is that all my goods & chattels to be 
sold' att the Discretion of my Exec'". All which moneys thence arissing when sold 
with what other moneys I haue by me or in Bills or lionds after the Payment of all 
my just Debts my funeral charges & the Pi-oI)ate of this my Will with all other 
such necessary charges as such business will re(]nire to be satisfied & paid Then my 
AVill it mind is that all the overi)lus money be i)ut to interest at the Discretion of 
my E\ec''^so soon as they Can w^'' safety And I will that Thomas Bacon my Brother 
should have the use of One; hundred Pounds during tlie time of his naturall life to 
\)v paid him l)y my ['f execiUors] every yiJar and yearly But if it shall so hapjien as 
tli(! money cannot be put out presently iiflcr tlu; Goods be sold Then my will & 
mind is that my Exec'" shall out of tin; said money pay unto Thomas Bacon my 
brother sum'e of Hifty shillings at every half yeai- and untill the money be putt out 
&, the interest due the first payment to be nuide at the End of six months next after 
my Decease, And if it shall so liai)pen that the nu)ney be again p'' in it should 
reuuiin in their hands Then I will that they pay out of it again fifty shillings every 
halfyeiir till the sauK^ be again p** in And after the decease of my brother Then my 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 25 

^'^^^r7^^n':^:^a^J^::^^^ ^r Z^y^^^^^^ between 

Testiunents Wills aud Beouestr^ Fv^!™ I ^'^»"""" •'" & eu'y other loi-iiwr 

U,U.,es. whereof I have hereto seU ,;■ hld^iY ,t,'e "til'e' dl'^ ^^H^^IlL'/e 



Edward BacOx\ his mark. 



M.ry liacon her ,„ark, Joh:Vt,''JheI',fA;;;e'"o';r''' '""•''''■'''■ '^"■™- '-■ ™-k. 
noved at I.ressiiij;field 24 December 1719. 

Of our ltd Uod 0,!:^].^::^ s:^;;;; ;;^ri' ^ ^->tie.lj pay of March in the year 
burgl. in the County oft bUoviH^.^^in^^^^^^^^ ^-^TT ^^''''' ''' ^'^'^^"^i^- 

(iod for the same J)o makrio rd Jn /fil ° i 'r"'"'^ .* "'''''*^'"^ I^'''^'^*^^* '^^' 

mann.r&form follow imstnie^' ' /" n'^ ^'""'^ 7'^^ ^ Testament in 
AhniolityGodmyniakeH.o.eiHMl, n f ™^ '""' ''^ ^^ the hands of 

to be^nKtde JW ale o Si mentts of Christ Jesus my K.deemer 

tiie Earth from whence it c^u If ^ Y^'^^'T' '.^ '' '^'"^ ^'^^ ^'^^^"^^ ^^"^ '»y ^^^dy to 
o^ny l^xec.M^:.n ^e^: ,^^^^^^ att the LcreLn 

'" this world 1 dispose of it lulluweth 1 m if ^'''""T^ ^'°^ ^^' ^^"^^ ""^ 

of IpMvieh n.y brother & to 1 L bcth lo h it f^^ ^''^''ft '"^^" •^^''" ^^^^^^'" 
my sister All that niy MessuHoe/^^^^^^ -^""'^^'^ ^'^^'^'*^^' ^^ ^^^^"Jey) 

County of Suffolk wValth^LaidsC.^^^^^^ n""f '" ^"''^'^^ "^ ^'^^^ ^^'^i 

l>;^on,iu, as well freehold as^li;;;' M ^ I'^I:!:^: mtn'!., tf ^""1" ''"^^^ 
other Town thereunto neur •idininiM,.- ,. • ',/^^'"o '" ^"'y'' aforesaid or in any 
HluM-wood To ha e 2 t Idt t e S Z Vid T 'T'l' r 7' ?'^"^"^'"" "^ ^'''>'iP 
^^' to their heirs .t As.i-. ,r ovt'r to h. i,'" r ""/';'^'' '"^ '"■"^''^'' ^^ '^'^t^'' 

""•oti'cr.t sister .t theii- ei shared In- >^l^?^^^^^^ ^'^"'•'^''^ ^''^''" "'>' ^'^^^ 

tl'at they my said brclthe^l^;^ ^^|t.H T^^';^,''^:.^'^ ^'""^^^'"^ "-ertLless 
•nito Sarah iJaeon my Lovein.. A ot , ^ , Y" \^'^^> 1^''>^ °'' ^'^"«« t<^ l^« paid 
Pounds of Lawfull EVi sh mone^ yet^^ " f; ^'T' '''^ *"^' ^""^'^ ^^ ^^^ 
ber natural life the same to be ^qua {edv tl { Tt ""^ '^1 '''^' "" '"'"^ '^' 
I'pon our Eady Day & the like sumV f fU^ i / . '''f n'^ ^ ^^^'^'"^3^ ii\nl\mgA 
day Miehaelmass J)uy rChnstma )n! i ' T^ ^T''^^ '''^^^"«^ "1^^" Midsom'^r 
Jier life as aforesaid The fi mvme^^. fl 'J' n'"'''^ P'' ^"'"'"^^ ^'^^^ ^erme of 
the first Quarterdayu^hch share UP. L? f'}'''''^yV'T '^ ^e paid upon 

^"t^y:-^h^£BS^vr^ ■' -'^^ -^ -- 

be fully satisfied & aid th t id «> Po S T M "'7 1'""" ^"" "^ "'«^ »'""' 
behind . unpaid together wrtra^ll'i;reirr^uaVe''cCrn-:r L^^^^^^^^ 



1 



20 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. "' • 

tliey kIkiU be put unto or lay out about getting the same. Item I give unto tiie 
said Sarah Bacon my motlicr it her assigns ail my Linnen vvliatsoener. Item all 
till! Hest (»r my wearing aijpardl wliutsoever 1 give .*v: bc(|n('ath unto the said .Joseph 
('urver of llenly in tlie said l\)unly oi'Sull". 'riiatolier, my brolher in have And 1 do 
nt)minate ('onstitiite iV: appoint tlie said ,l()se[)h Carvei' my brother in lawe sole 
Executor of this my Will And revoaking all other former wills and Testaments by 
me at any time heretofore made 1 do make & ordain this to be my Last Will & 
Testament In wittness whereof I have hereunto made my mai'k & sett my seal the 
day & year first above written. 

The mark of Thomas Bacon. 

Signed sealed published & declared by the said Thomas Bacon for his last will 
it. testament in the presence of us who in the presence of the Testaf Subscribed 
our names as wittnes.ses thereto, Jn" llaughfen, Elizabeth Haughfen, the mark of 
Elizabeth Dynes. 

Proved at Bredfield 12 December 1721. 
lar. ;:•. .tanr! t v-m .in {To he rontiiuutd.') 



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THE MAURI AUK Rl^GISTERS OF ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 

1722. 
James Weeks and Damavis Butcher, of Ulcomb. L. 
William 'l\)nd)ling and l^ucy (Hiowning. 
John Bunyard and Ann ^Vtiatman. 

Peregrine Rolph and Elisabeth Classon, both of HoUingborne. 
Thomas (Jreen and Jane Sharp. 

James Fuller, of TMuirnham, and Mary Austen, of IFedcorn. 
Richard Woollett and Frances Rainer. 
John Hunt and Mary Tolhurst, of East Farleigh. 

1723. 

April 15 Henry llutsou and Mary Baruet. 

Ajjril IH Jiobert I'ackham, of Aylesfoid, and Mary Stringer. 

April 18 Thomas Chaplain and Mary Cabbell. 

April 22 John Houghtou and Mary Johnson. 

]\ray 5 William ilichel and Sarah Downham. 

May 11 William Gilbert and Mary Carter. 

June ;» T'homas Yeo and Mary Fuggle, of Brenchley. 

June 7 John Binskin, of Aylesford, and Catherine Stent. 

June 18 John l\)tter and Mary Hartrup. 

June 2;^ John Gatfeild and Mary Bradford. 

June oO Jiobert Whitfeild and Mary Ebbs. 

July 12 Henry Streetcr and Catherine Scott. 

Aug. 10 Francis llaynes and Susannah Haines. 

Aug. lis Thomas Brown and Susannah Read. 

Aug. 25 John Tishurst and Maiy Potts. 

Sep. f) John Potts and Priscilla Down. 

Sep. 21 James Longley and Jane Hills. 

Sep. 27 John Million and Jane Tassel. 

Sej). 80 William Swane and Elisabetli Monday. 

Oct. ;; Tiuiuias Martyn, of lOast Farley, and Mary Evernden. 

Oct. ;> Thomas Peene and INfary Beale, of Boughton Monnchelsea. 

Oct. 18 Wilham K.ich and Ann Day. 

Oct. 21 Samuel Crew, of IJillinghum, and Sarah Buckland. 

* Tnvnscribed by tlie late Rev. J. Cavu-Huowni;, M. A.— continued from Vol. III. (Third 
Series), p. 298. 



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12 


Nov. 


12 


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11 


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13 


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Jan. 


2 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


15 


Jan. 


23 


Feb. 


4 


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9 


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June 


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23 


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23 


July 


23 


July 


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6 


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26 


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10 


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17 


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20 


Oct. 


2 


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8 


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8 


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Nov. 


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MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 27 

Henry Hatch and Mary Argent. 

David Osborn and I'^lisabetli Leilger. h. . 

Anthony Harniour, oC Milton, and Hanuali Small, of Maling. 

'^IMionias Toss, of Leuliain, and l\Iary Hunt, of IJocton Malherb. 

William (/ooper aud Susaniiali llorseiiail. 

.John Singei' and Susannah (ilatland. 

William Eagles, of Bearsted, and Ann Fuson. 

Thomas (MiiggetL and Anne Mills. 

Simon Sellers and Elisabeth Wilkins, both of Bearsted. 

George Prebble, of Inarming, and JMary Hollands. 

Thomas Downham and Elisabeth Swarleden. 

Stephen Read and Ann Featherstone. 

Joseph Randolph and Barbara Jude. 

Richard Turk and Anne Vane, both of Sniarden. L. . .-; ';ic/.,.>...< ■, 

John Hull and Mary Wachers. 

Eobert Smith and Mary Herman. 

John Post and Mary Mawl, of Hawkhnrst. 

1724. 
Richard Holloway and Sarah Butt. 
Robert Spicer and Elisabeth Drnry, both of Cioudhurst. 
(Jeorge Edwards and Jane Fitch. 

John Hills, of Chatham, and l\Iary Savage. .,. VV.icufit^. 

William Marshall, of Leeds, and Mary Moon. 

Samuel Gore and Susannah Smith. ,,-.j. ^, 

John Munn and Elisabeth Speed. L. 
Henry Thomas Alexander and IMartha Carryer. 
John Cabbcll and Sarah Roberts. L. 
John Borman and IMartha Edmonds. L. 
Thomas Buss and Margaret I\[asters, of Cranbrook. L. 
Thomas Winder, of Lenham, and ]\rary Clagget. L. 
John Tent and Mary Hurt, both of Linton. L. 
Robert Southgate and IMary Worsley. 
Daniel Medhnrst and Elis. Gorley. 
Solomon lirice and Agnes Card. 

Thomas Pawley and Hannah Smith, both of Marden. L. 
Edward Goreham and Ann Bun-. 

Simon Rowse, of Leeds, and Elisabeth Wraith, of Bocton Malherb. 
Edward Prebble, of Barmin, and Mary Collyei-. 
Thomas Christmas and Elisabeth Godden, both of Tioose. 
John Osbon, of S' Mary's, and Elisabeth Pattenden, of S' James's, Dover. 
AVm. Smith, of Linton, and Priscilla Allchin. 
John Pennal, of East Mailing, and Elisabeth Richards. 
Thomas Kembley, of Debtling, and Hannah Austen. 
John Houlder, of Boxley, and Margaret Mitchel. 
Edward Cook and Anne Claggett, both of Lenham. 
John Butler and Catharine Clarke. 

John Muddlestrong, of Harietsham, and Eliz. Down, of Tenhara. L. 
James Sutton and Mary Atkins. 

John York, of Thurnham, and Margaret Baker, of Bearsted. L. 
Thomas Bensted and Llisabetli Brattle. 
Richard ^Viles and I'jlisabeth Selves, of Frinsted. 
John Faulkner, of East Fai'leigh, and Eliz. Link. 
Rol)ei't Coleman and Ann Town. 
John Baden and Mary Wisdom, 
John Nash and Elisabeth Boulton. 
John llsmar and Margaret Evernden, both of Hollingborne. 



28 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALUICA. 



Feb. -t William Turry and Elisabeth Cabbel. 

l'i:b. / NumicKliilliot and Mary Polliud. «"<iHm. j. 

Thomas CarpciiLcr, of HoxJcy, and Jane Down, of Ifollin-borno. 
1725. 



I'V'i). 18 



iMar. 28 



Sej). 14 

«ep. 14 

Scj). 22 

tScp. 2G 



Thomas Baden and Alicia Coney 
Mar. 21) William AVatts, of DarLford, and Eliz Boon u v. » n . 

Mar. 30 Thomas Bayk.p and Jane Angles. L ' ^'''''' ^" '^''^ '"'"'"• 

Mar 30 Arthur Bunyard and Mary Hysted. 
April 4 James Burr and Jane .Strin<rer 

tf!.i! , f P-''." ^^i^^^P"^' ^^' ''^^l'=y. °ad Jnditii Spillett. '• 
Apul 11 luchard AVoodhams aud Elisabeth Burden 

:j 10 H:;;^'J^:::f:.;;!,i^;i:j;&'^,r''-''''i^''-''-."ft,.e„,„bo. 

May 23 Micliael Payne and Mary Uoldwell 

June I Joseph Elliot, of Loose, and Rebecca Golding of Nettlesbod 

iuy 1 w',l'^:^T^^P/'"'^?n^ 

Jiiy 1 U ilham Bensted and Catherine Coney 

July 1 John Brenchley, of Lenham, and Dinah Fnrrell 

Aug-, lo tieorge Stone and Frances Smith 

"^ liobert Brown, of Staplehurst, a.id Mary Dennet, of Sutton Valence 

John llopson and Mary iJarlin. i^i-uu vaitnce 

Thomas Banks, of Boughton Monchelsea, and Mary Woollet 
Ihomas Price and Mary Coleman 

Sep. 20 JonaDhanDay,of Aylesford, and Eliz. Cooper. 

Oct. -4 John Muddle and Alicia Pine. L. 

Oct. a James Coulter, of Bearsted, and Eliz. Britcher 

Oc ■ 1 ' 'n V^''"'' and Margaret Histed, both of Lenham. 

Oc ■ 2-' Ir 'r'r' T' ,"^ ^^^^!^«'/"'J ^^"" ^Vilkins, of Loose. 

Oct. 2o M ihomas 1 aylor aud M" Dorothy Poyntell. 

W n tl J^''";'"P':^'' f''^ Elisabeth Peen, both of Boughton ftrunchelsea 
1) c. 21 ^I'J'^topher Snode and Eliz. Walton, of C!hart Sutton. 

j" 1 ■ 2H Mi f 1 n '"'' i ^'^^^*;'/">^l ^1'^- l^^ancet, of Bearsted. 
Jan. 23 Michael Dove and Jane Martin. 
Alar. 1 Edward Dunn and Mary Brook. 

1720. 
April 12 Arthur Honey and Mary Sedwick. 
April 11 Luke Munns, of Cranebrook, and S<irah AViles. 
April 14 Kobert Better aud Hannah Collius 
April 28 William Willson and Mary Masters 

Ma'v \l r'1'" ^^"''ir' f ^"^'Tr^^' ""^ ^'^'""^^^ ""^^«' of Charing. 

May 23 Ihomas Holder and Deborah Willard. 

June 23 Thomas Seawell and Ann Collins. 

June 26 Thomas Streeter and Mary Barden 

June 27 David Bath and Ann Spillett, both of Charing L 

^^"°' 1 1 '.M '''' ^^^n''^ ''"'^ ^^'''y ^^^I'J'den, both of Eangley. ' L 

Sep. 15 Ihomas Buss and Elizabeth Kni.rht 

Sen" 2M will':;;;! p'7^iv^ f ^:f ^''^^-T'^-^^'^"' ^"^ «^ l. 

?M . v ' ^'''"''' ""^ f ii"^i'ilg<^, and Martha Fryland 

n!: * r K 'T ^,''^'^"«treet, of Frinsberry, and Elizabeth Relfe. 

C)ot' u ^'^''o ^^«/ f ♦^y and Jane Kemp, both of Lamberliurst. 

Oct. I) Kobert Hartrup and Elizabeth Wickham. 

Oct. William Benstead and Maiy Chounniug. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDTCA. 29 

Thomas Hayter, of Woodchurcli, and Daniaris Fetherstone. 

William Blackman, of Tenterden, and Sarah Bur^is. 

John Parsons, of Hearsted, and Mai y Hush, of Thnrnham. 

Thomas Stevens and Ann Woodycr. 

lleniy Rnllen and Maiy (Jhowning. 

Thoniiis Clialoner, of iloUinj^borne, and Ann Pnllen, of Leeds. '•■' 

Edward Massy and Jane iJrinstead. 

Robert llartridye, of }Iollin<,d)ourne, and Elizabeth Reve, of East Early. 

William Chambers and Elizabeth Gossling. 

Edward fjcnt and Elizabeth (Joleman. . . 

Thomas Bnrwash, of Chatham, and Catherine Gyles. L. "'■■': '• 

Joseph Honisett and Mary Day. 

William Midland and Maroaret Clowfer. 

William Longly and Mary Ward. 

James Fletcher and Elisabeth Tubbard. ]j. 

Thomas Ferris and Martha Tinley, both of Leeds. * 

M"* Thomas Lake and M'^ Elisabeth Hall. L. j^ 

George Dennis and Ann Barker. 

James Usher and Elisabeth Rawlett. 

William Moore, of Cranbrook, and Lucy Gilbert. L. 

John Moitimer and Mary Johnson. 

William llnll and Ann Cooke. ■- ' 

1727. 
Robert Wood and Mary i\Iorton, both of Ashfoi'd. L. ' 

John Cook and Ann ]\Iuns. 
John llopwood and Ann Head. 

Richard Driver, of S' George's, Westminster, and Mary Board. L. 
Robert Smith, of Loose, and Rebecca IVfarten. L. 
John Groombridge, of Otham, and Mary Claggett, of Town Sutton. L. 
Woolston Jones and Snsanna Burgis, of East Sutton. L. 
Edward Castle, of Eastry, and Elisabeth Stone, of Bonghton Malherbe. L. 
Thomns Read and Siu-ah Laslily. 

Nicholas Knight and Patient Godden, both of Bearsted. 
AVilliam Webb, of S' Margarett's, Rochester, and Sarah Crnttenden. L. 
James Brook and Mary Gray. L. 
William Cabbell and Hannah Buckhurst. 
John Rawlings and Mary Angles. 

George Blaekwell, of Dartford, and Sarah Swinok, of Boxley. 
Thomas Carter, of lU)xley, and Rriscilla Potts. 
IMiilip Bi-ay and Sarah Baker, both of Ilorsmanden. 
James Seamark, of Yalding, and Mary Day, of Tlmrnhain. 
Abraham Hunt, of ficeds, and Anne Goodwin, of BearBted. 
John Martin and Mary Stone. 
Sanuiel Roberts and Jane Stevens. L. 
.John Porter and Susanna Singer. Ji. 
Thonnis Biirvil, of Boxley, and Ann Raysall. 
William Day and Elisabetli Honey. 

Richard Stroud, of Stapleherst, and Anne Hartup, of Chatham. 
John Kenward, of Aylesford, and Mary Fuller. 
Thomas Wisdom, of Linton, and Mary Greenaway. 
James Trill and Sarah Waters. 

William Underdown, of East Farleigh, and Hannah Britt. 
Francis Dyer and Elizabeth Searss, both of Goudherst. L. 
Thonuis (libbons, of S' Margarett's, Rochester, and Elizabeth Graham. 
Thomas Bassett and Sarah Woollett, both of Smarden. 
Edward Richardson and Sarah Hunt. 



30 MISCKLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. ' ' 

John Reader and Margaret Stevenson. ' ■•' '•■ •' ''•'•'' • '""'' 

William Bishop and Mary Beesoni, both of Ashford. '■ 

Thomas irun-hcs and Elisabeth Oi'isp. L. 

William Park and Dorothy Pool. 

Samuel Simmons, of Frittenden, and Elisabeth lioness, of Biddenden. L 

Thomas i\rartin and Elisabeth Wallis. 

John Jeves, of Linton, and .Mary Wickham, of Wadhurst, Sussex. L. 

Edward Millet, of Fullham, and Mary Hatey. li. 

William Turner and Jane Masters. 

Pt(»bert ]\rercer, of Stepney, and Elisabeth Ellett, of East Farleigh. L. 

1728. 
John Warmer and Mary Austin. 
Thomas Bayley and Elisabeth Smith. 
William Bullard and Catherine Wellfoot. 
John Goldridge, of Thurnham, and Elisabeth Rogers. 
Peter Kyghite, of Chart Sutton, and Elisabeth Owlet. L. ; ,.{'■'•';:. t 
John Sutton and j\rary Pliipps. ^^.^,5 jj.,- 

William Austine, of Barmin, and Elisabeth Jones. L. 
Richard Boow and Mary Vowsley, both of Frittenden. L. 
John Webb, of Staplehurst, and Joanna (Jomery. 
John Ma[)lesdcn and Elisabeth Drayton. 
E(bnan [sic] Alexander and Ann llorne, both of Boxley. 
Henry Smith and Susanna Lloon. 

M'' Thomas Kenward, of Stone, I. of Oxney, and M''^ Mary Bedwell. 
John Wilsoncraft and Ann Newton. L. 
John llughes and'Mary liraii. 
John Sc(^t and ]\rartha Ixawlings. 

William Whitehead, of Chatham, and Anne Broomfield. L. 
John llallet and Ann Martin. 
John Sharp, of Bersted, and Sarah ]\Ioon. 
James Honey and Sarah Holding. 
Thomas Bosweil, of Lambeth, and Ann Collins. 
Thomas Owlett and Mary Jesup. 
William Davis and Sarah Special. 
James Harper and Sarah Ashdown. 
Thomas Oare and Elisabeth Fathers, of Marden. 
Andrew Loader and ]\Lary Costing, both of Minster, L of Sheppey. 
John Gunnel and Elizabeth ]\Ioon. 
Henry Tilby, of Newington, and Mary Gilford. 
John Williams and Ann Towne. 

1729. 
Robert Burton and Jane Jessop. 
Henry Dennett and Mary Gravett, both of Leuham. 
George Jeil'erys and Ann Hollansby. 
Joseph Stegg and Priscilla Terry. 

Joseph Willard, of Cranbrook, and Sarah Wood, of Ditciielling in Sussex, 
Thomas Cooper and Susanna Napaker, both of Raynham. 
Joseph Cousins and Mary Burgin. 

Thomas Carpenter and Elisabeth Walker, both of Raynham. 
Abraham Masters and Mary Smith. 

AVilliam Wenborne, of Hunton, and Mary Remington, of Boxley. 
John Hadds and Deborah Conchman, both of lleadcorne. 
AVilliam Allstone and Sarah Brook. 

{I'll bu CO It turned.') 



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30 


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13 


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7 


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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 31 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN INSCRIPTIONS IN THE OLD (AND NOW 
CLOSED) PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN LEGHORN.* 

Trauscribed by 
G. MiLNER-GiBSON-CuLLUM, F.S.A., and the late Fkancis Campekll Macauley. 

., , [Portrait Bust.] 

Sacred to the memory of | William Henry Lambton Esq'- I of the Countv of 
Durham | and Mentber of Parlian.ent for that City, | who d ed a the a4^ o 
j^dyearsa Pisa | on the ao'" November 1797. | UnivJsilly respected and beloved I 

'DM,HW?'^/n^''' ^ff?2''^ f Fanny Julia Jennings | the Beloved Wife of Count 
'J)unnett ol Duimett | Scotland j died at Pietrasa.ita March lu'", ISilG | aged 29 

cnn-nr'llf^"'''"''!" ' '''• "- ^'?^- ' '"^^^^^ I ^ui pudor et justitite soror I in 
flebilifocc.dS."" '^'"' ''"'"'' ' ^^"'"^^° """'" '"^^"'^^ l^^'-^'" -^1 '""'tis ille bJnis 

l^J^^'^^'TFft P?^"t^Esq. late one | of the Clerks of the Treasury I of Great 
Britain, died at Leghorn | the 28'" of Octob' 1789. [The same in Lat/n.] 

tis M Wn W^'r "" ^"'°"f I^^^^^^^^^'i^ittoe Ba„chesia3 Eidelissim^e Consoi- 
tis I nominilhomicBanchesijAnglimercatoris | epitaphium I marmore non onus est 
ee.ln,que nee a3re nee auro | uec mausoleo Pyrulnidum've strt e .... I c licet e e' 
viiel'dne. .rr, " "" - """ ' ^"^^ -''>"'- -'I.emus sidera sumn.i pet't hT^c 
1, 1. ill ''^' Huperstes n> .evum | Aitiur et stabilis duni nota astru 

polus I 1< emil a (,me num.ementa sibi tan, splendida strn.xit I exuperat huides ou-is 
njei^isse hqnet | Exuv.as corporis deposuit ^9 Novembris | knnJ reparai;;; saillli: 

[Arms : A cross between four fleurs-de-lis, impaling a mucb effaced coat representing a tree.] 

Conm.m?on''t,M: 1 ^'^'l'"""^ .'^ ' V^'^''^^'^^^""''' "^ ^'""P"« Nathan, an amiable I 

^3 olTullTi'^^^ '^t Ebrcce on tie 

. . , ? V '^-^ "P'^ -^ ^*-''""^' ^"^ is here interred I This Monument is 

111 A 01 Bntain Esq' Baron ot the l^oman Empire, Knight of the Order of! 

chatXlt^firmuliil^^^^r::?;:;^^'" «^"^^ ^'>- ^--' ^-'^« --P^^' wlthm a bordure. 

Memoriae et cineribus . | lacobi . Partridge . I Domo Tauntons I viri 
admiranda. integr tatis . | qui . virtutem . rebus'', cui ctis . an teferer I sJiinl * 

c. roinSi.^'f • ' ""P"r • ^^'f • I '^^'" • ^••«^^' • -mis iine us • 

lix V I n^. / :'f "^'-""^ • '''tor . solator fuit . | vixit . annos . plus . minus . 

xxiy I magno . bonuium . moerore . v . idus ]\Iais . an . m . dccc xiii I 



ber 2r?80G^^'' ^^'' ^^'"'"'^ of | Marian Cailler | Who died in Leghorn | Decera- 
• Continued from Third Series, Vol. II., p. 184. 



B2 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Sacred to the memory of | Margaret Mary Felsted | of Kingston, Jamaica I 
who died at Leghorn | May 2'^\ 183;j aged 78 year [sir]. ' 

("!atharine.)ane iryde Diicarel | horn June 18: I78(; married March If, • 18()'> I 
Died \'2: Dec: following, * "" ' 

chrls^^l^s;;;!:;! iil^d^s""""" ' '""■" ^'^ ^^'^^'^^ ''"'^'^^••^ ^"'' '''' •'- 1 

Sacred | to the cherished membry | of an affectionate parent I J. C. H. | died at 
0- Florence | on the xvii"' of October | mdcccxxvii. ' 

4 bPflf Dnn'^^lM ^^''J^'T'^, ^^ I Ann Matilda | sixth daughter of | James and Eliza- 
d beth Donall of Montreal | Lower Canada | who departed this life I at Pisa D July 
1830 I aged 20 . years . | this monument | was erected by her | affectionate 
tamiJy ( wlio accompanied her ( to this country for j the benefit of her health. 

on so"". Oct'^183'7'^ °^ ' '^''''" ^"^^^ ' "'"*''''' ""^ Scarborough | in Yorkshire . | died 



To the memory | of | Elizabeth Catharine Barnett . | wife to William Bar- 
nettjot Arcadia I in the island of Jamaica Esquire | daughter of D. William 
Markham j Lord Archbishop of . York | and of Sarali Goddard his . wife . I who 
departed this . lite . | at Florence on the 22 . of April 1820 . | aged 54. 

30 SbeHmg'''''^ ^'^' ' ^^^'^" ''"'^°"" ^y °^ ^^'^ I '^'^^ I ^^ ^^^lorence on the 

An.!l"'i'"°7?^ ' ^^f^'! Hawley I of the state of | Connecticut | United States of 
America I and | merchant of New York | who died at Leghorn | on the .V' January 
182J . I m the 28"' year of his age. ■' 

hcJTZiuT^ ' 'I?lvf? "^n ^^'^^''''' ^^' I ^'"^ I ^^""'-^ F- ^'^'^ I died at Leg- 
horn I 30"' Novem'- 1820 | aged 10 months. ^ 

Anne Dickason | daughter of James and | Mary Temple Bowdoin I of Boston, 
JMorth America | died at Leghorn, | on the 2 of August | 1812 | aged 10 months. 

TT •I^Tl.^l''" i^'% I i-emains of | Ralph Liman Reed | native of Boston | in the 
United states | of America who died | at Pisa on the 22 of | November 181-> I 
aged 27 years. ' " ' 

Charlotte Hayes | died at Pisa | 10 October 1817. 

Maria . Temple . Bowdoin . | nata . in . Londra . il . di . V . Ma^ffio 
MDCCLXXxv da . fommaso . e . Maria . Dickason . | qui . nella . pace . del .°sepol- 
cro . riposa . | tii tenera . figlia . moglie . incomparabile . madre . amorosissinia . I 
alia, bellezza . vel corpo . accoppio . con . rara . unione . la . bonta . del . cuore 
la .^ gentilezza . delle . maniero . e . la . penetrazione . dell' . ingegno | che 
orno . con . la . cnltura . delle . arti . belle . di . varie . lingue . e . della! musica . I ' 
dopo lunga . c tormentosa . malattia . tollerata . con . rara . costanza . e con 
serenita in alterabile . | all' . amore . de . conguinti . all' . aflezione . delli ." 
amici I ahi • troppo . immaturamente . rapita . cesso . di . vivere . in . Pisa . il 
de . 1 . l<ebbrajo mdcccxxi . | nell' . anno . trentesimo . sesto . dell' . etu 
sua . I in . segno . del . suo . dolore . ed . in . inemoria . d ' . una . sposa . adorata . | 
che . seco visse . anni xri . mesi . ix . e . giorni . vii . | Giacomo . Temple . 
Bowdoin . di . Boston . | pose . lacrimando . questo . monumento. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 33 

Hie iacet | Johannes dominus Daar, | lilius Dnnbari, | comitis Selkirk, | natione 
Selkirk, | stirpe Douolas, | obiit Plorentiiu | menBC Iiilii die nona, | Anno Domini 
1797. I iRtatiH 33. 



Lester Garland. 



Ann Esther lago | born j 10 .March . 1820 | died | G . April . 1831. 

William Woodhead | son of William Taj^^o | and Isabella his wife | died at Leg- 
horn I Angust 13, 1810 | aj^ed 10 months. 



Ann Cory daughter | of William Ligo and | Isabella his wife | died at Leghorn 
on I the IG May 1818 | aged 13 months. 



William Henry Ileyer | son of Corn*^' & | Jane Heyer | of New York, America | 
died tV' Feby 18-28 . | aged 31 . years. 

Sacred | to | the memory of | Charles Christopher Tuthill I third son of the 
Rev'' Christopher Devonshire Tuthill | of Webbville near Cork, Ireland | who died 
at Pisa I the 19''' ]\[arch 1839 | aged 22 years. 



Sacred to the memory | Catherine Charlton | wife of James V. C.Morris | and | 
daughter of Wright Post M.D. | of New York | who died at Pisa | on the 19 day of 
January | MDcct'XXViii | aged xxix years. 



Here lies the body | of | Elisabeth | the virtuous | and | tenderly beloved wife I 
of I John Anthony Frasche |- born at Manchester I in | the county of Lancaster | 
and I after a long illness | which she bore [ with | edifying patience and resigna- 
tion I departed this | for a liai)pier life | on the xii"' of December | a.d. mdccc | 
at Florence | in | the thirty sixth year | of | her age, 

Elizabeth Susannah Faulkner | died at Florence | 2G November 1821 | aged 
11 months. 



D.O.M. I here . lie . I the . remains . of . | William . S. Willis . | of . the . city . 
of . lioston . I in . the . United . States . of . Amei'ica . | who . died . ot . Leg- 
horn , I of . tlie . small . pox . | November . ix . mdoccxxxiji . | aged . xxv .years. 



In memory of | liieiil. Col. James Htopford | of his llritunio [sir^ MiijosLy'B (50"' 
Kog' I who died at Pisa II"' of May IH23 ( aged . 37 . | This monument is erected 
over I his mortal remains | by his alleotionato & mourning relatives. 



Lucy Perronet | eldest daughter | of Thomas Barker A.M. | vicar of Thirk- 
leby I in the North Hiding of | the county of York | and Jane his wife | born 
20 . Feb. 1805 . | died dee[)ly regretted | at Florence | 5 . Mar. 1823. 



Sacred to the memory of | Henrietta | the beloved wife of | Cornwallis Ricketts I 
Commander Royal Navy | and youngest daughter of | ()o\. John Plumbe Tempest | 
of Tong Hall in the county of Yorke | who died at Florence | the xiii of November 
MDCCCxxxviir. I aged xxvir. | This tablet marks the temporary | resting place of 
her mortal remains | which after being interred in this | vault the xxiv. of Novem- 
ber I MDCccxxxviii. I were again removed the vii. of | December following in order 
to be I sent to England to be finally | deposited in the family vault of | her afflicted 
husband. 

VOL. IV., SERIES III, D 



34 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 

To tlie I memory of | Caroline Julio, | infant danghter of | Edward and Isabella | 
Dansey | died at Pisa | 4 . April 1839. 

Sacred to the memory of lillizabeth Hari-iH | native of London | one j conspicu- 
ous alike fur virtue, | sweetness of diH[)ositioM, j((jntlencHs of manner | & incom- 
parable conjugal all'ection | in her, | the i)oor man found a fi'iend, | and pleasure 
saw an enemy | she was a lover of litterature an accomplished musician | and 
skilled in every liberal art | slu; died | of inflamnuition of the lungs at Pisa | on 
the 1 1 of l<Y'bruary 1838 | in the 15 year of her age | Demetrius Oorgialegnus a 
noble of Ocfalonia | her incons(MabIe husband and unwilling survivor | erected this 
monument | as a | last and mournful pledge of his allectiou to a wife | who had 
deserved eveiything at his hands | with whom he had lived for three years | in 
uninterrupted harmony | and whose death | he would have averted by his own | 
had the will of Providence | so permitted. 



Inscribed & raised | to the memory of | Tiolling Buckner Africanus Stith | son 
of Townshend & Catharine Stith | of the United States of Noi'th America | he was 
born in Tunis, Africa the | 8"' of April 1820 and died at Leghorn | the 18"' of 
March 1822 | aged 23 months & 10 days. 

Charles Cooke Inn"" | of Bath in England | died at Leghorn | A.D. luly G"', 
1801 I yl'katissmu 20. 



lobn Megit | late mercliant and banker of Florence | died on the 4 Octobr 
1814 I in sd. city mvch regretted | by all who knew him. 



Here lie the remains ofCatharine Megit | born in Florence on the 13 of Octo- 
ber 1780 j and there expired on the 1) . of Inly 1804 | The painful sickness which 
in the space | of three days, J terminated her short earthly existence, | evinced 
the lirmness of her faith, | and her humble reliance on the mercy | of her God | 
Her calm and cheerfid resignation, | in the awful hour of dissolution, | oll'ercd both 
the most instructive lesson | and heart-l'elt consolation | to her alllicted family and 
friends. 



Julie daughter of | Charles bfooflistetter | and Anna Amalia Megit | his wife, 
died at Florence | October 4"', 1815 aged | nine months. 



To the memory of | William Orr, merchant | of the British factory, | who died 
18 . Sept. 178(i, 1 at Leghorn, this j monument is erected | by his son. 



Sacred to the memory of Martha Morison | wife of William AYylie late of Lon- 
don & of Forfar N. Britain Esq. | beloved and esteemed | for her virtues for her 
excellent qualities of heart, ( and endowed with every mental and personal accom- 
plishment: she died at Florence on the "J"' day of March 1822 | in the 26 year of 
her au-e. 



George Oswald Sym, | sou to the Rev. George Sym | Minister of New Kil- 
patrick | Dumbartonshire, | died at Leghorn January 14"', 1821 | aged 27 years. | 
This stone is raised by a few | of his friends in remembrance | of his numy virtues 
and his eminent talents. 



To the memory | of | William Owen Esq"" | Fellow of St: Johns College, Cam- 
bridge ; I 7"' son of the ReV' Roger Owen | of Kilbride, County of Wexford, 
Ireland, | and Ann Clilfe his wife ; | who died at Leghorn 3P' May 1823 | in his 
31 year. 



V^O.'^■i 



•^^;■;l>^' 




MONUMENT TO TOQIAS SMOLLETT, THE EMINENT HISTORIAN AND NOVELIST, 
Dill ltd 10 Srjili'inhor, 177;J, in t/iti Old I'rulf.^/ant Covif/tfn/ hi Lrijhom. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 35 

Here lie interred the remains | of Johnston Hoddart Esq. | who departed this 
life in | Leghorn January the 30"', 1795 | a<>;ed 24 years | a severe iUness con- 
traeted | in the discharge of dvty in | the Naval Service of the lion. | tlic English 
East India Company, | which lor two yeai's baflled eveiy | etl'ort of medicine and 
change of climate | fuially terminated the existence of one of | the worthiest and 
most promising | meml)crs of society | Tiiis monmnent was erected to his J memory 
as the last token of regard | which his only surviving brother | had it in his power 
to pay him. 



Sacred to the memory | of | Augustus Lester Garland | of Poole | in the County 
of Dorsetshire j who lies beneath this stone | in the same vault | witli his two 
children | lie was born 27"' May 170!) . ( and died at Marseilles | on the 14"' Feb. 
1H;5!). 

Amy Eliza | daughter of Augustus Ijester and | Clementina Matilda Garland | 
born the 14"' Ocf 1820 . died the 8' March 1848. 

^faria Gertrude | third daughter of Augustus Lester and | Clementina Matilda 
Garland | born 20 . August . 1821) . died 17 . November 1837 . | after a painful 
illness of three years and a half. 



lames ]\L Knight Esq*' | Captain of Marines, j citizen of the United | States of 
America, | died at IjCghorn, | on the 13"' of Octob-" | A.i). 1802, 

Remains | of Thomas Gamble | Late Ca|)tain | in | The Navy of the | United 
States I of I America | Died at Pisa | The Ninth Day of | October a.d. 1818 | 
Aged 21) . Years. 



Sacred to the memory of | ludith Anna Cnllen, | daughter of Patrick Cullen 
Esq'" I and ludith Wynne his wife, | born in Dublin and died at Siena, | Sep* 3'* 
1821 . aged 38 . years . | She was no less remarkable for the | brilliant faculties of 
her mind than for | the amiable qualities of her heart : f candoui- sincerity and bene- 
volence marked | all she said: sweetness of manner kindness | and disinterestedness 
shewed in every thit)g | she did for a bosom friend she would have | risk'd her life 
for the attlicted in body or | mind, the tear of pity dropt and for the | wretched 
poor her purse was always open. 

This monument was inscribed | by E. G. who was with her to the last. | Eliza- 
beth Gray ordered this monument | and waited till it was finished. 



Memoria3 | Tobite Smollett, | qui Liburni | animam efflurit, 16 . Sept. 1773. 
quidam | ex suis valde amicis, | civibus, | hunc tumulum | fecerunt. [See Pinto.']* 



Henricns . Ual . filius . Antonii . Hal . do | Winchester . uuper . factor | mari- 
nus in Alexansudreta pro natione anglicana in Aleppo. 

Obiit XXX die mensis Decembis [sic'\ iEtais [sic] sui3e xxxix. 



Qui aspicis huuc tumulum quid quaris | blande viator ? putrida defuncti hie 
corporis ossa jacent Sortis imago tua est j hie vade domum atuz parato ? Funera 
ne I jubeant proxima fata tua. 

Odoardo Beale mercante lug | lese di anni 45 nato in Brad | ford nella contea 
Luilts [sic'] moii in Livorno questo di 9 | Settembre 16G0. 

[Arms : On ii chevron between three grifluia' heails craseil as ninny estoilcs.] 
{To ho oontinurd.) 



. ♦ For the controversy aa to the burial of Tobias Smollett see "Notes and Queries," Ninth 
Series, i., 12 Marcli 1H'.)8, j). 201 ; l(i April, p. 309 ; and 25 June, p. 510 : being articles by Capt 
Buchan Tclfer, U.N., ami Mr. Carniichael, II.li.M.'s Vicc-CouHul at Leghorn. 



.^€ 



36 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA BT HERALDICA. 



The Jovrnal of the J'Jx Lihr'm ■Society. Vol. X., Jiinuary IflOO. London: A, nnd C. Blnck, 

. Soho Square, W. 
The Editor opens the volume by an appeal for more assistance in the preparation of articles, 
and speaks hopefully of the future. The plate of Mr. A. WoUaston Hutton is given on the third 
page, and this is followed by three samples of plates by Miss May Fisher, the one of Helen 
Fisher's being very chaste ; there is another good plate given also by a lady, Miss Janie Milne 
for Mr. Charles Radford. 

The Title, Index, and List of Members are included in the February Part, which has a good 
article on the Feuwicks, illustrated by three coats of arms, the last of which has the motto in 
full, "A Fenwyke, A Fenwyke, A Fenwyke," the old rallyiug-cry of the race against the Scots 
in tiieir bonier warfare. Several other Fenwick plates are spoken of by Mr. Bolton, the author 
of the paper, each of which shews the variations by intermarriages of a " great county family," 
The article on Urn plates is continued, giving 40 examples, and there are two examples of 
plates by Mr. F. Carruthers Gould, the one for a Harvard student, Mr. Theodore Tebbetts, 
who is depicted as a twentieth-century Don Quixote on literary lines intent, and the other for 
himself, a mailed knight, smoking a cigarette, and being purred at by a black cat, and 
surrounded by a fox, a jackdaw, and a hare 1 

In the March Part the bookplate of Lord Ferrers serves as a frontispiece, and, there is an 
article on Swedish Coats, with several samples given ; there are also six more Urn plates shewn, 
nnd a paper by Mr. Carnegy Johnson on Stock Patterns, giving four instances. The plates for 
idcntiiication now reach 408 ; but several have been identified from time to time. 



Finland Notes and Queries. January 1900. Part 44. Peterborough : George C. Caster, 
Market Place. 
This Part opens with a good article on Feuland Tokens, and gives an illustrated plate of twelve 
of them, all of the seventeenth century. Farthing and halfpenny tokens seem to have been 
most general, but a firm issued shilling tokens in 1811 ; it was then discovered that more coins 
were in circulation than had existed, so they were withdrawn. There is an article on the 
question whether Woodston or Woodstonc is right. The Ordnance Department ha^i the 
approbation of the late Rector, Canon Tonipson, who favoured the terminal stone, because he 
admitted that it looked much prettier tlian Woodston I In Domesday it was spelt Wodestun, 
but in the parish registers it is always spelt Woodston. It has been spelt Woodstoue by the 
parochial authorities only for the hist 100 years. Certainly ancient custom should govern the 
spelling of places as a rule. Several other interesting notes, anil a spocinicn of a poem by u 
Fennniii, are given in the Part, 



*** Books for Review and Notices of Forthcoming Works shonld be addressed to the 
Publishing Office, 140 Wardovr Street, London, W. 



ai 



MISCBLLA.NEA GENEALOQICA. ET HERALDICA. 37 

GRANT OF CREST TO JOHN AND ZACHARY HILLARD ALIAS 
HIGHLORD, 1G30. 



...1 ;<■•;, t>j<l A"' 




To all and Singuler Persons as well Noble as others to vvhome theis presents 
shall come, S"' William Segar, Knt., alias Garter prineipall King of Amies sendeth 
his due salutations & greeting Know yee that whereas John Ilellard alias Highlord 
together with his brother Zachary both of London, Marchants the Sonnes of John 
Hillard al's Highlord of the same Citie also Merchant ; whoe was the sonne of 
William Hellard of Woodburye in the Countie of Devon gent., and beare for theire 
Coate-Armof sable a bend fleurtie Counter-fleurtie Argent, and wanting further for an 
ornament vnto their sayd Coate of Armes (as dyvers very auncyent Coates are found 
to want) a conveinent Creast or Cognisance lUt to be borne — Hauo requested mo 
the sayd darter to appoint them such a one, as they may lawfully beare withoute 
wrong-doing or prejndise to any person or persons Whatsoeuer : Which according 
to their due request I liaue accomplished and granted in manner & forme following 
Viz. On a healme and wreathe of theire Coullours an Escarbuncle sable fleurtie 
silver ; mantled gules, doubled Argent ; As in the Margent are depicted : All w°h 
Armes and Creast, I the sayd Garter doe by theise presents ratifye, confirme &, 
graunt Vnto the sayd John & Zacharie Hillard al's High-Lord, Bretheren and to 
their Yssues for euer : And that it shall be lawfuU for them to use, beare & shewe 
forthe the same in 8ignetts, sheiides, Coate-Armo"" or otherwise at all tymes and in 
all places with their due ditferences according to the lawe of Armes without Lett 
or molcHtac'on. In Witness whereof I the sayd Garter haue herevnto sett my hand 
and Scale of Oflice the xxvj"' dayo of Mayo in the fythe yeare of the Raignc of our 
Souvraigne Lord Charles by tlic grace of God King of Great Brittaine France & 
L-elande, Defender of the faythe &c. A° D'ni 1G30. 

Will'm Segar, Garter. 

Extracted from the Records of the Herald 8* College by 
H. Farnham Burke, Esq., F.S.A., Somerset Herald. 

VOL, IV., SERIKS III. E 



38 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET nERALDICA. 

MARRIAGES OF WANDSWORTH INHABITANTS* -• ' ■ 

1727, April 17. Rioifard WiLLfAMW of Wandsworth, Surrey, and Margauet 
WooDiiouBK of S^ Bololj)!! wiLliont HiKliupsgato, London, by lie. ; by ^I'' Piddington. 
(Christ (Muirch, Newguto Street, London.) 

1727, May 3. Joshua Nunn of Wansworth, Surrey, bachelor, and Anne 
Salter of Barnes in y'= same co., spinster, by lie. (St. Antholin, London.) 

1728, June 21. M'' Cox, a Grocer in Aldersgate Street, was married 2P' June 
at Wandsworth to M" Ecoleston, Dau'" to M'' John Eccleston, one of the East 
Indian Directors. (Mawson's Obits.) 

[No entry in the Wandsworth Register.] 

1730, Sep. 2G. Richard Taylor of S' Botolph, Bishopsgate, in y^ County of 

Midlx., Batchelor, & Jane Edgley of S' Catherine Coleman, Loudon, Spinster, 

were married with a License from y^ Arch Bp^ of Canterbury's Office in this 

Cathedral Chui'ch y* 26 day of Sept. 1730 ; by me Sam' Edgley, Prebendary of 

' Holborne. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 

[? Daughter of Rev. Samuel Edgley, Vicar of Wandsworth.] 

1730, Nov. 2. Thomas Houart of Putney, Baker, AYidower, and Sarah Tooth 
of Wardsworth [5/^;, but ? Wandsworth], Spinster. (May Fair Chapel.) 
1G98 July 31 Sarah, daughter of John Tooth, bapt. 

1730-1, March 23, Theophilus Hatchman of Wandsworth, Surrey, Waterman, 
Bachelor, and Elizabeth M-acijugwell of the same, Widow. (May Fair Chapel.) 

Hannah, daughter of Theoi)hilus and Elisabeth Hatchman, bapt. 
Anne, daughter of Theophilus and Elisabeth Hatchman, bapt. 
Anne, inf. dan. of Theophilus Hatchman, bur. 
Hannah, inf. dan. of Theophilus Hatchman, bur. 
Theophilus Hatchman, bur. W. H. 

1733, Aug. 21. Richard Peel of Wandsworth, Surry, and Mary Clarke of 
S' Olave, Hart Street, London, by licence ; M'' Heatherly. (Christ Church, New- 
gate Street, London.) 

1734 June 12 Richard, son of Richard and Mary Peel, bapt. 

1735 July 1 William, son of Richard and Mary Peel, bapt. 
173G July 2.'') Mary, daughter of Richard and ]\Iary Peel, bapt. 
173-^ Mar. 18 Richard, inf. son of Richard Peel, bur. 

1733-4, Feb. 25. John Jaques of AVansor, Surry, and Elizabeth Theobalds 
of the same, by lie. ; M'' Selby. (Christ Church, Newgate Street, London.) 
173G Aug. 1 Elisabeth, daughter of John and Elisabeth Jacquss, bapt. 
1738 May C AVilliam, son of Jolm and Elisabeth Jacquss, bapt. 
1741 June 26 Anne, daughter of John Jacquss (deceased) and Elisabeth his 

wife, bapt. 
1738 May 14 William, inf. son of John Jacquss, bur. 
174^ Mar. 22 John Jacquss, bur. 

1735, June 30. Thomas Dicker of Putney, co. Surrey, bachelor, and Mary 
Lucas of S' Mary Magdalen, ]\rilk Street, London, married by licence ; by M"" Sea- 
grave. (St. Antholin, London.) 

17G8 Sep. 7 Thomas Dicker, 57, bur. 

* Communicated by Cecil T. Davis, Esq. — continued from p. 15. 



1732 


]\ray 


31 


1734 


]\Iar. 


31 


1734 


Aug. 


12 


173| 


Mar. 


2 


173f 


Mar. 


30 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 39 

1735, Oct. IG. John Chatting of Wandsworth, Surry, Bat., & Judith Jomas 
of y'" samo place, Sp., were married by Licence in this Catiiedral on y^ IG"' day of 
Ocf 17;J5 ; l)y me \V"' Ueyner. (St. Paul's Cathedral Re<,n'sters.) 

1736 Sep. 21 Judith, daughter of John & Judith Chatting, bapt. 
1717 Feb. 2G JamcH, sou of John and Judith Chatteen, bapt. 

17^^ j\Iar. 21 ^fagdalen, daughter of Jtihii and Judith Chattin, bapt. 
1758 Oct. 12 Susannah, daughter of .lohn and Judith Ciiattin, bapt. 
1783 Xov. G Judith Chattin, 70, bur. 

1735, Dec. 27. AViu.iAM Smith of Wandsworth, Surry, Bat,, & Amy Wiatt 
of (Mapham, Surry, Sp., were married by Licenc^e in this Cathedral on the 27"' day 
of Dec' 1735; by me W'" lieyner. (St. Paul's Cathedral Jiegisters.) 

1737 May 23 William, son of William and Amy Smith, bapt. 

1735 l-'eb. 11) Amy, daughter of William Smith by Amy his wife, deceased, 

bapt. 
1735 Feb. 19 Amy, wife of AVilliam Smith, bur. 

1730, Feb. 12. Petku Ruffe of Wandsworth, Surry, Bat., & Sarah Smith 
^ of S' J(jhii Zachary, Lond., Sp., were inari'ied by Licence in this Cathedral on 
'y« 12"* day of Feb. 173G ; by me Tho. Cawley, Vicar of Wandsworth. Present, 
W'" Reyner. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 
17-18 April 30 M-" Peter Rntle, 34, bur. 

[His father's will was proved by him 12 November 1742. It was again proved 
8 Jlay 1743 by Henry Rulle in place of Peter Ruffe, deceased, to whom Letters of 
Administration were granted. Peter Ruffe left no issue.] 

1738, Aug. 10. Thomas Greame of the Parish of S' Olave's, Jewry, Loudon, 
Bat., & Lucy Hodsiion of AVandsworth in the County of Surry, Spinster, were 
married by Licence in this Cathedral on the 10"' day of Aug' 1738 ; by me 
G. Lavington. (St. Paul's Cathedral Registers.) 

[1738], Aug. 10. M' Tho. Gream of London and Miss Lucy Hodshon of 
Wandsworth in Surrey, mar. (Northowram Register.) 

[Very probably daughter of Theodore Hodshon, who died in 1718. He mentions 
his daughter Lucy in his will, dated 24 July 1718.] 

1739, Aug. 14. James Houltain of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, Bachelor, and 
Martha Wells of Faringdon, co. Berks, Spinster, Fac. Lie. (St. George, Hanover 
Square.) 

1740 June 28 Theodore, son of M' James Haultain by Martha his wife, bapt. 

1744 Dec. 2 James, son of M'' James Haultain and Martha his wife, bapt. 

1746 July 15 William, son of M"" James Haultain and Martha his wife, bapt. 

174G July 22 William, inf. son of ]\P James Haultain, bur. 

1740, ^farch 23. John Hamilton of Putney, co. Surrey, & Martha Mulford 
of AVandsworth in same co., by lie. ; ]\[' Mead. (Christ Church, Newgate Street, 
London.) 

174 1 , March 2. John Starr of S' Ann's and Elizabeth Cook of AVandsworth, 
Surrey. (St. George's Chaj)el, ]\Iayfair.) 

1742, June 2G. AVilliam Lardner, Surgeon, and Mary Hutchinson, both 
of AVandsworth, Surrey. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 
1743 April 28 Aylmer, son of M-" AVilliam Lardner by Mary his wife, bapt. 

Thomasin Mary, daughter of M'' AVilliam and Mary Lardner, bapt. 

]\rai'y, daughter of AVilliam and IMary Ijardner, bapt. 

Aylmer, inf. son of M' William Lardner, bur. 

Thonuisiu Mary, inf. dau. of M'' Wilhaui Lardner, bur. 

Mary, inf. dau. of AVilliam and Mary fiardner, bur. 

Mary, wife of AVilliam Lardner, 28, ])ur. 

E 2 



1745 


June 


18 


1748 


July 


11) 


1743 


dune 


3 


1745 


June 


2G 


1750 


April 


i) 


1751 


May 


14 



40 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

1712, July 11. St John Jordan and Ann Slann of Waudsworth, Surrey. 
(St. George's Cliapol, IMayt'air.) 

1715 July 10 Anne, daughter of Henry Slau, bapt. " ' '" ' ' ' ' 

17|| Jan. 22 S^ John, son of Thomas Jordan, bapt. 

1743 Oct. 30 Amelia, daughter of Saint John and Anne Jourdan, bapt. *■'' '' 
1745 Oct. 30 George, son of S' George and Anne Jourdan, bapt. 

1748 April 11 George William, son of S*^ John and Anne Jourdan, bapt. 

1747 Aug. 30 George, inf. son of S^ John Jourdan, bur. 

1770 April 14 S' John Jordan, 54, bur. . -. .. , • . . 

1771 May 8 Ann Jorden, 78, bur. »>->,,■! : .■; :^ ",-..;-. ', .v ; 

1742, July 31. John Bridgman of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, Bach',& Susanna 
Britten of S' Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, by lie. (St. Dionis Backchurch.) 
174|- Feb. 9 John Bridgman, Malster, drown'd in ye Thames, bur. 

1742, before Nov. 14. " The Vestry proceeded to the choice of a Mistress of 
\,he Workhouse of this Parish, and Unanimously Elected Sarah Glading, Widow, 
IMistress thereof, in the place & stead of Elizabeth Wheeler, who is late married to 
Richard Sumpter." (Wandsworth Vestry Minutes, 14 November 1742.). 

[No entry of her marriage in Register.] 

1 742-3, Feb. 14. John Henly of Wandsworth, co. Surry, wid^ & Jane Bignell 
of S' Mary, Newington, by lie. ; John Sparke. (Christ Church, Newgate Street, 
London.) 

1744 June 9 Jane, daughter of John and Jane Henly, bapt. 

1745 Aug. 25 John, son of John and Jane Henly, bapt. 
1747 July 12 James, son of John and Jane Henly, bapt. 
1744 July 15 Jane, inf. dau. of John Henly, junr., bur. 
1753 April 20 Jane, wife of John Henley, bur. 

1743, April 9. M»" John Vauohan of Wandsworth, Surry, & M''^ Elizabeth 
Fox of Shoreditch. (St. (Jeorge's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1743, April 25. M^' John Bates & M« Mary Spong of Wandsor [sic], Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1743, Dec. 8. Isaac Frost of Petersham, co. Surrey, W., & Mary Teader of 
Wandsworth in the s** co^, W., Fac. Lie. (St. George, Hanover Square.) 

1744, June 12. M"" Stephen Stanninott of AUhallows, Barking, & M" Eliza- 
beth Webb of Wandsworth, Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1718 April 23 Stephen [altered from John], son of Thomas [altered from John] 

Staninought, bapt. 
1744 Jan. 28 Sarah, daughter of Stephen and Elisabeth Staninnott, bapt. 
1740 Aug. 12 AVilliam Sampson, son of Stephen and Elisabeth Staninnot, 

bapt. 
1747 Feb. 19 Anne, daughter of Stephen and P]lisabeth Staninnott, bapt. 

1719 7\ug. 20 Elizabeth, daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth Stanningknot, 

[ni[)i, 
1751 Juno SO Thonuis, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Staninnott, bapt. 

1744, Aug. 23. M' George Neall & M" Sarah Ledger of Wandsworth, 
Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 
1747 Sep. 3 (Jeorge, inf. son of George Neal, bur. 



MISCELLANEA aENEALOGlCA ET HERALDICA. 41 

17n, Sep. 4, His Grace Francis Scott, Duke of Buccleugh, & M" Alice 
I*0WKLL of the Parish of S' James's, Westm'' ; married by me A. Keith, (St. George's 
('liai)Ll, May fair.) 

17Ga Dec. 13 The Honourable Alice Scot, relict uf Francis, late Duke of 
Buccleugh, C3, bur. 

[She was buried at iMuuiit Nod :— Here also lieth the Body of | the Honble. 
Alsc Si'ott, Relict of I Francis, late Duke of Huccleugh, who | Departed this life 
the T)"' of December | 1705, in the G3rd year of her Age. 

Her will, dated 4 December 17G2, was proved 10 December 1705. She was 
daughter of Joseph and Mary Powell.] 

1711, Sep. D. Jamks Theobald of Wandsworth, Surry, bach., & I\Iauy Theo- 
RALDs of S' Sepulcher's, London, wid., by lie. ; by U' Warring. (St. Antholin, 
liondon.) 
ni'J April 13 James, son of Robert Tibbalds, bapt. 

1714, Dec. 27. M' James Read & M" Ann Norwood of Wandsworth, Surry. 
'(St. George's Cha|)el, A[ayfair.) 

1745, Juno 19. M"^ Robert Bull & M'^ Mary Stiles of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1711 Sep. 20 Robert, son of Thomas Bull of Wimbledon parish, was baptis'd at 
this Church at the requestof M"" Collins, Ministerof Wimbledon. 

Mary, daughter of Edward Stiles, bapt. 

Robert, son of Robert and Mary ]iull, bapt. 

Thomas, soy of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

Richard, son of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

Mary, daughter of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

Fi-ances, daughter of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

William, son of Robert and ]\Iary Bull, bapt. 

Augustin, son of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

Joseph, son of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Robert and Mary Bull, bapt, 

Frances, dau. of Robert and ]\Iary Bull, bur. 

1745, July 21, M'" Samuel Latham & M" Rachel Clifton of Wandsworth, 
Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 
1723 Sep, 29 Rachael, daughter of Samuel and Aun Clifton, bapt. 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel and Rachel Latliom, bapt. 
John, son of Samuel and Ptachel Latham, bapt. 
ilohn, son of Sanuiel and liaehel Lathom, bapt. 
Edward, son of Samuel and Rachel Lathom, bapt. 
Thomas, sun of Samuel and Raehel Lathan, bapt. 
Rachel, inf. dau. of Samuel Latham, bur. 
John, inf. son of Samuel and Rachel Latham, bur. 
Edward, son of Samuel and Rachel Lathom, bur. 
Thomas, son of Samuel and Rachel Lathan, bur. 
Samuel Latham, 03, bur. 

1746, JMarch 80. M'' John Levis Pajon & W^ Janet Campbell of Wands- 
worth, Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1749 Aug. 10 David James, son of Lewis and Janet Pajon, bur. 

1755 Jan. 7 Henry Peter, inf. son of Lewis John and Jennet Pajon, bur. 

1756 Dec. 16 Henry Peter, son of Lewis John and Jannet Pajon, bur, 

I7'i0, May 11, J\l'" Paul Gausskn oI" S" Hellen's, London, merchant, and 
J\r" Janet Forbes of Wandsworth, Surry. (St. (ieorge's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

(^'J'o ho ciDitiniitd.) 



1715 
1740 


Sep. 
Aug. 


9 
24 


1747 


Nov. 


15 


1749 
1750 


April 
Jan. 


1 2 
10 


1752 
1753 
1755 
1750 


Sep. 
Sep. 
April 
Oct. 


23 

1 
17 


1700 


June 


1 


1752 


Sep, 


20 



1749 


Feb. 


4 


1751 


Oct, 


19 


1752 


Nov. 


18 


1755 


Nov. 


7 


1762 


June 


30 


1740 


Sep. 


27 


1751 


Nov. 


9 


1750 


Feb. 


21 


1702 


Aug, 


1 


1787 


Jan, 


10 



42 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

a^aj> of ^uffoUt/ 



. REGISTERS. 
Glemsford, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 

167f Feb. 6 Anne Ray d. of Robert and Anne, ^i 
107f Feb. 2 Robert Ray s. of Robert and Anne. 
1G76 Dec. 10 Robert Ray s. of Robert and Anne. 

Marriage. '..'i;. h 

1691 Feb. 2 Abraham Slater and Ann Ray. 

Burials. 
Anne Raye. 

Robert Ray s. of Robert and Anne. 
Robert Ray s. of Robert and Anne. 
Gabriel Ray. 
AVilliani Ray. 
Widow Rayc. 

Hartest, Suffolk. 

Baptisms. 

Dorothy Butts d. of AVilliani & Martha. 
Martha Bnts d. of William & Martha. 
Philippa Ruts d. of William & Martha. 
Ann Butts d. of William & Martha. 
AVilliani Butts s. of William & Martha. 
Mary JJutts d. of William & Martha. 
Robert Butts s. of William & Martha. 
George Buts s. of William. 

Burials. 

108| Mar. 2 Mary liutts d. of William ct Martha. 
170-' l\lay 55 M^" Dorothy Butts, \V. 
17uJ Mar. 9 MMVilliam Butts, rector. 



16G2 


]\Iay 


13 


167i 


Feb. 


5 


167^ 


Jan, 


1 


1G8:I 


Mar. 


13 


1085 


Dec. 


17 


1G87 


June 


9 






1G77 


July 


15 


h:75- 


Jan. 


12 


1G8U 


Se[). 


21 


1G81 


Nov. 


7 


lG8i5 


1^'cb. 


15 


1G84 


Oct. 


1 


1G8|- 
1G90 


Jan. 
April 


10 

112 



Haughley, Suffolk. 

Baptisms. 

Dorothy d, of Richard Ray, clerk, (t Margaret. 

Richard s. of Richard Ray, clerk, & Margaret. 

Elizabeth d. of Richard Ray, esq., & Elizabeth (Lock). 

Elizabeth d. of Richard Ray, esq., & Elizabeth (Lock). 

Louisa Jane d. of Charles Tyrell, esq., of Ihiwleigh, & Elizabeth. 

Marriages. 

Abraham Philips and Martha Ray. 

Charles Tyrrell, esq., and Elizabeth Ray, spr. 

* Communicated bj G. Ml^NER-GlBSON-CuLLUM, Esq., F.S.A.— continued from p. 6. 



1704 


Aug. 


1 


1721 


Oct. 


17 


1772 


May 


21 


1779 


Oct. 


14 


18U 


]\Iay 


13 


173f 


Feb. 


6 


1-801 


June 


8 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOaiCA ET HERALDIC A. 4i3 

Burials. 
1753 Aug. 12 Margaret wife of Richard Ray, clerk. 
I7f)8 ^Iiiy IT) Rev, Ricluird Riiy, M.A., ujiwiuds of 55 years vicar of tills 

piirisli, u HJiort liiiu'. vicar of (irciit l''iiil)(»roiigli, and upwards of 

5!5 ycai'B rcclor k)^ W^Llicrdni. 
17G1 AjH-il 22 l^I'" Dorothy kawliiiKou (late Ray), wife of 'riioinas Rawliiison, 

esq. (now ivnight), was hiuied la Allhallows Staining, Loudon, 

10 .June 17l;5, and removed theucc to her father's family vault 

in this parish 22 X\m\ 17G1. 
1700 Dec. 9 Sir Thomas Hawlinson, K', late Alderman of Broad Street Wai'd, 

London, & liord Mayor in 175-1, in his father-in-hiw's vault. 

(lie was the lirst on wiiom his Majesty CJeorge III. conferred 

the honour of Kniglithood.) 
1774 Jan. 17 Elizabeth d. of Richard Ray, esq., & Elizabeth (Lock). 
17H0 Nov. 17 Sir (ieorge Wombwell of Wombwell, CO. York, bart. 
1780 Nov. 17 Emma Wombwell, of the age of five years and upwards, third and 

younger d. of Sir George Wombwell, bart., and Dame Susanna 

his wife (late Rawlinson), was buried in a private vault at 

Walthamstow 7 June 1775, and being removed thence was 

deposited near the remains of her father in the family vault of 

her great-grandfather Ray in this parish. 
Richard Ray, esq., in his 'JO"' year. 
Elizabeth Ray of llawleigh, widow, 72. 
Susannah, relict of Sir George AVombwell, bart., of London. 
Elizabeth wife of Charles Tyrell, esq., of Hawleigh. 



1811 


Feb. 


23 


1815 


June 


28 


1810 


Oct. 


8 


1826 


Aug. 


29 



Hawkedon, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 
1729 May 19 Elizabeth Ray d. of John & Elizabeth. 

1815 Oct. 21 Frederick William Everard s. ol" Joseph of Hawkedon, farrier, 
and Elizabeth. 

Marriafje. 

1836 Oct. 4 Riciiard Dansie of Oastle lledingham, co. Essex, widower, and 
Miriam Everard of Hawkedon, widow. (Licence.) 

Bwiah. 
Anne Evered d. of M^ Evered. 
Elizabeth Ray wife of Jolui of Stansfield. 
Elizabetii Ray d. of John & l*]lizabeth of Stansfield. 
Elizabeth Evered (late llibble) wife of George Evered of Hartest, 
a-ed 42. 



174f 


Feb. 17 


1754 


iLay 11 


I75G 


Aug. 9 


1801 


June 5 



HuNDON, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 
1598 Oct, 17 Elizabeth Raye d. of AVilliam. 
1652 Aug. [? 9] Daniel Raye s. of Philemon. 

167f Feb. 11 Elizabeth Raye d. of Simon & Matthew [sic, ? Martha]. 
1676 May 2 Simon Raye s. of Simon Sc INIatthew [sic, ? Martha]. 
1678 April 14 Samuel Raye s. of Simon & iMartha. 
1723 July 23 Mary Ray d. of Joseph & Anne. 
1728 (end of March) Mary Ray d. of Daniel & ^lary. 
1730 Juno y Elizabeth Ray d. of Daniel & Mary. 
1738 Sep. 22 Daniel Ray s. of Daniel & Mary. 



sAlHii 



><! ;i 



lG3f 


Jan, 


23 


](;7j 


I'Y'b. 


iiO 


1 7 I l 


Oct. 





17J3 


Oct. 





1751 


Dec. 


25 






44 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UERALDIOA. 

Marriaijes. 
]\rark Bailee & Jiidah Ray. 
Simon liayc and Matthew [sic, ? Martha] Last. 
.l(iHe|)li Ray and Ann I''r(wt. 
John Ardent and Mary Ray, both of this parish. 
John Ling and Elizabeth Wray. 

Burials. i " . ' } 

162f Jan. 23 Margaret Ray d. of Simon. 

162(3 Jnly 12 Simon Ray. 

163| Feb. IG Rebecka Ray wife of John. .' '''' 

1G34 [? April 21] Sara Ray d. of John. ' ■ • 

John Ray. ''. 

Martha Ray d. of John. ' 

Dennis Ray d. of Ann Ray, widow. ; 

Richard Ray s. of Ann Ray, widow. ■ 

Plulemon Ray s. of Philemon. | 

John Raye s. of Philemon. ^ ,.:..■.-•••'" *' , 

Sarah Raye, widow. *^ " J 

Simon Raye s. of Simon. I i 

Samuel Ray. { . , 

Daniel Ray. i , j 

Mary Ray, widow. ; : •. • ^' 

(^To le continued.') . 



1035 


June 3 


1636 


April 29 


1637 


May 21 




Oct. 3 


1642 


Sep. 6 


1647 


May 16 


1656 


Nov. 25 


1678 


Sep. 10 


1715 


June 21 


1730 


Aug. 27 


1739 


Nov. 24 



iWonumental Kitstvipttons in ^misaleiu- 



Before the Great Gate of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. 

+ HIC : lACET : PlIILIPPVS : DE 
AVBINGNI : OVIVS : ANIMA RE 
QVIESCAT : IN PACE : AMEN : + 

The following interesting letter and notes thereto in reference to above tombstone 
appeared in " Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries" of March 1890 : — 

"Tliis stone was discovered in its present position some twenty-five years ago, being till then 
covered by sonic reniiiins of buildinj,'s winch luo seen in older representations of this, the principal 
cnlnuu'o to the Church, anil then removed. The Kev. J. K. Ilanaucr, curate of Christ Church 
here, has iu the ' Quarterly Statement ' of the ralestine Exploration Fund for April, 1887, clearly 
shewn that this is the tombstone of Philip D'Aubigny, one of the Barons of England who signed 
Magna Charta in 1215, and afterwards joiuetl in the Sixth Crusade in Egypt and Palestine. 
He was at Acre in 1222, and was with the Emperor Frederic in 1228 when Jerusalem was 
recovered. D'Aubigny remained with the Crusaders until his death, which was shortly prior to 
their expulsion from Jerusalem in VIM by the Sultan of Egypt. Matthew Paris, referring to 
events happening just before this expulsion, writes (p. 132) ; 'About this time the noble devotee 
to Cod's service, the uullinchiug warrior, Philip de Albiueto, after that he had done battle for 
God in the Holy Land, and oft made pilgrimage there, at last, in the same land, closed his days, 
and, making a laudable end to his godly life, merited, what living he had long fervently desired, 
holy burial in the Holy Land.' 

"Jerusalem, 14 January 1890." " E. Chibholm Batten. 

" There can be no doubt that the noble warrior, here commemorated, is the man alluded to 
by Mr. VV, Daubeny [see p. 7 of same Number] as being the first of the name seised of the 
manor of South I'ethcrton, and who is also mentioned by CoUiusou (vol. iii., p. 1U8). 

* Communicated by A. F. G. Leveson Gowbk, Esq., The Hague. 



K'h &x -n-:;. Aivr.TOA. 



a3aiCiiAceTiphiLiPPVS!De 
\VBiN6ni;cvivs:ANlMA PJL 
aviescAT: iNPAceiAQjeNit 




Fr i:\CTVRC 



HicTUaviEsciTioTTs 
oe UALeNcinis 



S. SEPVLCHRE. S. ANNE, 

TOMBEAVX DE JERVSALEM. 



GJ^ /a-t|5- 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 45 

"Tlic letter of Mr. Hanauer, to which Mr. Batten calls attention, gives important information 
concoriiing the CruKader in question, collected mainly from the pages of Matthew Paris — 
information which is too remarkable to be omitted in any notice of his career ; and the reader 
will be pleased to remember that, in what follows, the page-references apply to W. Wat's edition 
of Matthew Paris, published by Hodgkinson, London, in \(JW. 

" In A.I). 1215 Philippus de Albencio (which is but one of the many old spellings of the name) 
was selected as one of the Barons to sign Mayna Cliarta at Kunnymede (p. 255). After this 
crisis in his history, John, who is said to have exclaimed in a burst of rage, 'They have given 
me four-and-twcnty over-kings,' lost no time in wreaking his vengeance on those nobles who had 
extorted his compliance with their demands. With this eml. having hired a body of foreign 
mercenaries, he coinineiiccd by besieging the Castle of Rochester, then held by William ' de 
Albincto.' Having succeeded in reducing this fortress after an eight weeks' siege, he purposed 
putting the whole garrison to the sword, but liis thirst for blood was satiated by the slaughter of 
those only of the highest rank, amongst whom were William and OdinevcUus de Albineto. 
During his desolating march Philippus de Albeneto, with others, was compelled to accompany 
him (p. 274). Belvoir (^astle next fell into the tyrant's hands, its castellan being Nicholas, the 
sun of William de Albineto. who delivered up the keys in the vain hope of saving his father's 
life (p. 275). 

" After the death of John in 1216, Philippus de Albiueio was present at the coronation of bis 
son, Henry 111. (then a child of eight years old), whose training was entrusted to his (Philip's) 
care during the regency of the Earl of Pembroke. He was likewise present at the relief of Lincoln, 
and at the^decisive battle (called the ' Fair of Lincoln ') in May 1217 (pp. 28<J, 295, 298). The 
' Earl of Pembroke died in 1219. In 1222 (p. 295) i'hilip resigned his post of Royal Tutor, and 
the king was in the year following declared to be of an age to govein for himself (p. ;^13). Our 
hero then took his sword and lance, and his trusty Norman shield ivitk its escutcheon of four 
fusils, and joined one of the expeditions accessory to the fifth Crusade. 

" In a letter to his friend and brother-in-arms, Ralph, Earl of Chester and Lincoln (p. 313), 
lie stales how, on nearing Damietta, the Crusaders' fleet met manj' vessels leaving that port in 
consequence of the disastrous issue of the campaign led by the Pope's legate. On this he 
returned to Acre, where, according to some historians, he eventually died. During his residence 
of fourteen years (viz., from 1222 to 12;^(>) in Palestine he seems to have taken an active part in 
the stirring events of that period, and he lived to see the possession of Bethlehem and Nazareth 
by the Christians, with free access to Jerusalem and the Holy sites ; thus dying just in»time for 
the consummation of his pious desire to be buried on the sacred spot where all that is left of him 
now lies, as related by Mr. Chisholm Batten. — Somerskt Editor." 



In the Precincts of the Church of St. Anne. 

(Near the supposed site of the Pool of Bethesda.) 
Hig REQVIESCIT : lOH'S 

DE U-ALENCINIS. ISee Plate. 



In the Cemetery near Mount Zion. 

Saci-C(l I to tlio Memory of | Ckuil A. IIillvar Bisshopp | Tlie Eufimt [«/<;] sou 
of Sir CKt'ib iV: Liidy Hisshopp ( who died at Jenisidciii ou the 5^'' of May 18-1:4 | 
Aged G months. 

Sacred to the Memory | of | Frederick William Gobat | Born Aug. 18'^ 
1852 I died June 12''', 1853. 



Sacred to the Memory | of | Cornelia Zeller | Born Feb. 18G5 | Died Nov. 11, 
186G. 



Sacred | to the Memory | of | Daniel | Weintraul | Born March 18G3 | Died 
June 11, 18G3. 



Sacred | to the Memory | of IIanna | Weintraul | Born April 1861 | died 
Oktb. 20, 18G1. 



James Stephen j Coral | died May 4, 1871) | Ago D months. 



4'6 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

CiiuisTOPHKii Samuel | Coral | J ^oni Oc t. SI, 1878 | Died Apr. 14, 1882. 
Mary Cj.ris | tina Coral | Died Aug. 3, 18G8 | Age 16 months. 

to tM^D^rSlln^l^^^lf ^^^^ I ^^--"-y I 



Mary Atkinson | Boru xxi Oct. mdccclix j Died ix June mdccolx. ' " 

^■ictdTn'tt^M^^^ ""^T f Tl^ '^ head with inscription in Hebrew and Greek :- 
hacied to the Menioiy | of Samuel Neil | infant son of I Jame« and Sarah 
Elisabeth Neil | Born and died | on the 21^' October | 1871. 

Mary B. Bailey | Died May 29, 1859 | Aged 8 months. 
Emily Louisa Finn | Died at Urtas Dec. U, 1858 | Aged 22 months. 
Bi^^i^^l^^!' I '' I I^^-^^^Beroheim I born December 1, 1857 | 
Philemon Bergheim | died August 17, 1859 | Age 5 mouths. 
Dorothea Bergheim | Aged G years and 3 months | Died January 11, 1852. 
Conrad James | Bergheim | Died January l, 18G8 | Aged 11 montlis. 
Sophia Adelaide | Bergheim | Died August 3, 18G4 j Age 10 months. 
Violet Moore | born in February j And Died in June | 1872. 
Henry David Moore | Died July 26, 1869 | Aged 8 months. 
Charles Niven Moore | Died Nov 15, 1865 | Aged 3 years | and 1 month. 

isoJ"i 'ivl"? Memory of | Gilbert T. Charles | Hornstein I Born July 20^'' 
1895 I Died August IG'", 1896. ^ > 

«i^.f ^'"'rf ^'""f Pl;'!g"8 m'^''"'"'"'^ °^ white marble. Hebrew inscription on two 
S?e^^i p"?^iu ''!' ^^^'^""^ent rest the mortal remains of | Robert Bateson 
{^•Ind I RpL ?' /''" ?^ ^'' P''^'^?' Bateson, Baronet, of Belvoir Park 
litland I He died in .Jerusalem on the 24t'' of December 1843 Aged 27 Years I He 
was an affectionate son, a kind brother, a true friend ; | Beloved by all for the 
rZ^T of his disposition As he was esteemed fo; the sincerity of his 
Character J For the purity of his moral and religious principles, | And the Integrity 
his pubhc conduct I His strength of mind was only equalled by the goodnefs of 
his heart. | His manners were gentle, his demeanour unassuming, I And his many 
s\-hS^'T''x "' nf "''"'1 ' ^*^ ^'' varied knowledge, and highly Cultivated unde/- 
f ' h fl \ f "" neglec ed not the " one thing needful " | For with unshaken 

faith md fervent p.ety, | He placed his whole trust in the merits of his Saviour 
Jesus Christ, I (fully assured of Salvation tlirough His blood) | and died as he lived 
a true Christian. Underneath are his Arms and Motto : " Probitas verus hones." 

A large monument, recumbent, of Aberdeen granite, with granite obelisk at head, 
un Dotli, the inscription :— Emily Alicia Bland | IG Marcli 18G8. 

Fwf.Ti'l' ^° n''\?n'T!;^ ' ""^ I ^^^'^^ '^^^ ^^^'^^^^^> I ^^'if"« of the Rev" F. C. 
MVALU I Born the 28'" of May 1819 | Died the 16"' of January 1844. 



m 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALUICA. 47 

Ari^Tof nVn.n'n'Sr'^i^'^'-^^t.r-' ^^' ^'^'""'^ ^^f« of I Joseph Dickenson 
Ynuu' ' ' ^ ^^ '" ^'"■"'^ ' '^^ ^^i"'^' MDCCOLVi'i [sic:] I Aged xxxvm 

S. 4, M. I John Holland | Curate of Morpeth | Northumberlaod I Born xxix 
September mdcvcxxiv | Died xxvi April mdccclvii. ' 

Ma/ 27,'?87l ^^'"'°''^ ' ""^ ' ^''''^'^'^ Abramson | Born April 21, 1873 | Died 
27tsT88l. ' ^°^^'^^^'"^^"^ I °f I •^'^^^ I Weintraul | Born April 1869 | Died June 
In I loving Memory of | Olive C. Clark | Born Jan. 7, 1889 J died August 2, 



1891 



Matilda Creasy | Died Sept. 3, 1858 | Aged GO Years. 

An upright headstone surmounted by cross (broken) and I.II.S. in pediment — 

Sacred | to the Memory | of M. Lyons | died the 29"' of June | 1852. 
Sacred | to the Memory | of | Max Ungar | died Dec. 31, 1887 | Aged 72. 

TTk. !^'f T^ *^' M ^^Tn'^. 1°^ ' ^^'^^ Ungar | Ihe infant daughter of Max Palm 
Ungar | Born the 27'" of Feb)' 1849 | died the 7'" March | of the same yetn 

Sacred also to the Memory | of | Eliza Ungar | sister of the same I Born the 
btJ* September 18o2 | Died the IG"' August 1854. ' 

lG'>'fT85'r° ^^'' ^^'"'"'^ ' '^ ' ^^^^^^^' Ungar I Born Sept. 3^^ 1847 | Died Jan. 



188G 



In loving Memory | of | George M. Clark | Born Jan. 3, 1886 | Died May 13, 



1891. 



In I loving Memory of ( Gladys M. Clark | born April 5, 1887 | died July 30, 



IT Pim n. ' Ml') ^t ^^Tr'^ ti ^?^^^^^^««ARET I the beloved wife of the ( Rev'' 
11. i iiiLir, M.I)., etc. I born 271'' March 1817 | Died 7'" JanJ 18G2. 

^^^^^ Sacred | to the Memory | of | PETE7M;;;;ruLLAM | b. 12 July 1835 | Died March 
Mary Meshullam | Born Sep. 1809 | Died Dec. 1882. 



48 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

A large upright ornamented stone surrounded l)y railing, above inscription a 
Bislioi)'s mitre : — Sacred to the IMemory of the Right Rev. | Samuel Gobat, D.I). | 
From IHK;— 1S70 | Anglican Hifihoj) of Jerusalem j Horn Jan. l'C, 179'.), Died ]\ray 1, 
lH7i>. I Also of I Maria U. C. (ioHAT | His wile | J5orn Nov. 9, 18i;5, Died Aug. 1, 
1H79. 



In loving Memory of | the Rev. Charles Frederick Weston, B.A., of Derby, 
England | Curate of Widcombe, Hath ; | who fell asleep in Jesus while on a visit at 
Jerusalem | April 9"', 188i, aged 20. .■,^ _ \', . .,■ ,.,.,. .., 



In IMemoriain | The Right ReV^ Joseph Barclay, D.D., LL.D. | Third Angli- 
can Hisliop of Jerusalem | late Rector of Stapieford, Herts | Died Oct. 22, 1881, 
Aged 50 I His widow who survived him only 4 months, is buried at Ketteringham, 
Norfolk I They were lovely and pleasant in their lives & in death they were not 
long divided. 



A recumbent monument with top slab of red marble. On reverse side: — In 
loving IMemory of | MaruaIiet Brandon | 3''' daughter of Bishop Barclay | Died 
Oct. 18, 1880, Aged 8 years. 

A mitre at head, and at the foot of this monument two coats of arms joined by 
a mitre. Under mitre motto : " Dieu avec nous." 



A marble monument, above the inscription a Bishop's mitre : — Sacred to the 
Memory | of the Right Reverend | Michael Solomon Alexander, D.I). | First 
Protestant Bislu)p of Jerusalem | whose Christian love | won the good will of his 
brethren of Israel | whose Christian wisdom | triumphed over peculiar dilhculties | 
and conciliated | the high regards of other Churches ; | whose meekness, zeal, and 
Christian simplicity | secured the atlection of all who knew him. | He fell asleep in 
the Lord | Nov. 23, 18-15 | in the [IGth] year of his age. 

The inscription is repeated in Greek, German, and Hebrew. 
(^Tu be contimied,^ 



CooUc. 



Entries on fi^y-leaves of a Bible puinted at Cambridge by John Hayes, 
Printer to the University, 107;?. 

I\ly Daughter was born April y" second being Good Friday. She was Christncd 
Elizabeth April y-' sixteenth 1097. 

M^ W"' Delauue, Godfather. 

M"El!"abeti>^'-y' Godmothers. 

She was married to M"" J. Cooke the li"' of July 1720 by the ReV* D' Wickart, 
Dean of Winchester, in the Chappie of the Virgin Mary, within the Cathedral 
Church of Winchester. 

Thomas the son of John and Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on fryday 
the eleventh of August 1721 five and thirty minutes after ten a clock in the 
morning, and was Christncd in the Cathedral by M>" Dean AVickart on the 23'' of y^ 
same mouth. 

M'' Tho. Williams 1 ^ At n 
Mr Ed. Cooke ) Godfathers. 

]\P« Sayer, Godmother. 
He had the small-pox in Septemb"" 1?31. — J. C. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 4.9 

John the son of John and Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on fryday 

iht! lifioenth of February 1 722-8 thirty-nine nunutes after tliree in the morning, 

and was Christned in the Cathedral by M'' Dean Trimnell on the ninth of March 

following 1722-3, and died y^ 23^1 of ]\Iay 1723. 

1)'' Cobb l r^ At n 

IV,. T\ 1 ? Grodfathers. 

D' Delaune / 

M'^ Eliz, Ilervey 1 p 1^^^., ^^„ 

. M"Carwithen'|^^^™^^^^^^-^ 

Dorothy the daugiiter of John & Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on 

Saturday the second of May 1724 forty-two minutes p.m., and was Christened in 

the Cathedral of that place by M' Dean Trimnell on the 22^ day of y^ same month. 

l)"" Wood ro fie "I ^ ■,,., 
Tvrr n n f Codrathers. 
M"^ Carwithen j 

■ ■ ■ ^ ■■'■ M-'r }oodmothers. 

She had the small-pox in Septemb"" & Octob>' 1731. — J. C. 

' Plh'zabeth the daughter of John & Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on 
Monday the 21"' of IMarch 1725-G a quarter of an hour after one a clock in the 
afternoon, and was IJaptiz'd in the Cathedral of that place by M"" Garret on the 
lifth day of April following. 

]\r'3 piogot 1 p , „ 

Tvr,.. n 1 1 1 • 7 uodmotiers. 
J\r^ Godolphni j • 

8he had the small-pox in Septemb'' 1731. — J. C. 

Ffrancis the son of John & Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on tuesday 
the 25"' of June 1728 about twenty minutes after nine a clock in y'= morning, and 
was Baptized in' the Cathedral of that place by M"" Dean Trimnel on the tenth of 
July following. 



Ellis S' John, P^sci® 1 ^ j* m 
M'- Richard IToulditch I ^«df^t^^^»'«- 
M''^ Elizabeth Powlet 1 n i lu 
M-KingofClapham [ ^rodmothers. 



He had the small-pox in Septemb'' & Octob'' 1731.— J. C. 

Mary the daughter of John and Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on 
Sunday the first of ffebruary 1729-30 about five in the morning, and was baptized 
privately the same day by my selfe, and admitted into the Church by M^ Lowth the 
fourth day of March following. 



S"" James Sheppard "1 p ,-, , 

The Kevi M^ Christopher Eyres / ^^^^^^^^^^• 
M" Hervey of Betch worth 1 n j ^i 

M- Veriana Cobb Godmothers. 



She had the small-pox in Septemb'' & Octob'" 1731. — J. C. 

Rebecca the daughter of John and Elisabeth Cooke was born at Winchester on 
Sunday the twenty-eight day of ffebruary 1730-31 about halfe an hour after three 
a clock in the afternoon, and was baptized in the Cathedral of Winchesf by 
]\1' liowth the twentieth day of March following 1730-1. Siie died Septeml/ 2G^^\ 
1735. 



M"^ John tlervcy "1 p jp. fu 

The Rev^ M' Joshua Reynolds / ^^o^^tathers. 



M-Pentou''""^' } Godmothen 

She had the small-pox in ffebruary 1731-2.— J. 0. 



50 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Anne the daughter of John and Elizabeth Cooke was born at Winchesf on 
Monday the thirtictli of October 1732 about ton a clock at night, was privately 
13aptiz'i by my selfc Novemb'' 18^'', & receiv'd into the Church by M-" (J arret 
November 29"'. 

MMVebbt" }eodmothers. 

John the son of John & Elizabeth Cooke was born at Wincliester on fryday the 
23^ of August 1734 about a quarter after two a clock in the morning, was jjrivately 
baptized by my selfe of y'' same month, & re'i'd into the Church by ^P Garret 
Septemb'- 20"', 1734. 

?;& } Godfathers. 



^f'^*^^J«^>"' Godmothers 



SI John \ 
M-Rigg / 



Dorothy the Daughter of Jolin & Elizabetli Cooke was marryed to the Rev* 
M"^ Owen Davis the 24"' July 174G by the ReVi M"" Thomas Cooke in the Bishops 
Chappie at Wolsey. 

I*]lizubeth the Daughter of Owen & Dorothy Davies was born at Win'ton on 

Thursday y" 3()"' of April 1747 about half an hour after 4 oHMock iu y'^ Afternoon, 

aud was Uajiti/'d in y" Cathedral by M" Feme on y'^ seventh Day of May following. 

The Rev^ M'' Chancellor lloadly. Godfather. 

M''^ Elizabeth Cooke, S"^ 1 r^. ^fi,^,.. 
TiTv, Tir u 1^ • Wjiodmothers. 

M'^ Martha Davies J 

Anne the Daughter of Owen & Dorothy Davies was born at Win'ton on Tuesday 

ye i^Ui Qf June 1748 about a Q"' before nine in the morning, aud was Baptiz'd in 

the Cathedral by M'' Feme on y'= 22'^ Day of the same Month. 

John Harvey, Esq"", Godfather. 

Lady Eliz. S' Andre In,, .u.^a 
TIT.., A T > Godmothers. 

M'^ Anne Lee / 

Harriott Davies was Born the ... . Day of .... 175 . . 

Thomas Lewis Owen Davies was born the .... Day of ... . 175 . . 



Elizabeth was married to Justinian Nutt, Esq"", Aug' 8"', 1749, by Tiie Rev** 
Df Cheyney, Dean of Winchester, in the Parish Church of Wickham, llauts. 

George Anson Son of Justinian & Elizabeth Nutt was born on y*^ 25"' of May 

1750, aud was Christned June 5"' by The ReV* M'' Williams. 

R'' Hon. L** Anson "1 n„jf„i.i.„,.„ 
n t T>- T> ^^ > Godfathers. 
Cap* Piei'cy Brett j 

R' Hon. Lady Anson, Godmother. 

He had y* Small-pox by inoculation in April 1753. 

Justinian Saunders Bentley Son of Justinian and Elizabeth Nutt was born on 
y« 14"' day of August 1754, and was Christned on y*^ 15"' day of Sep"' by The ReV* 
M' Wools in Fareham Church. 

M''« Cooke, Godmother. 



July 3P', 1751, my Daughter Anne was Married to the ReV* M"' Williams. 

Sep. k;"', 1752, was Born Elizabeth Williums. 
" Anno Williams was Bom 'J'luirsday, Jan. 30"', 1755, &. privately baptized the 
same day, Fob. 27 [.s/c], 1755. The ReV* M'' Donison, M'' Smith, M'" 'J'aylor, & 
Miss Cooke stood Sj)onsors. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 51 

My Dau'r l^Fary Married to M'' John Dixon Tluirsday tlie 3'^ of June 1756 at 
East (Irocnwicl), Kent. 



■^^y Son Francis Cooke was married tlic 2!) of May 1757 at Oliatliam to Margaret 
Baker by ^['' l-'ranks, (/urate there, 

l-'lizuheth the Dau'r of Francis Cooke was Born tiie 20"' of March 1758 about 
nine in the niorniujj;, being lOaster Sunday. Ca|)t, W'" Webber, Jun'', Godfather ; 
M^' Cooke Si A[" Nutt, (lodniuthers. ('Iiristned 5"' April loll' at S' Michael's, 
Cornhill. 

(Jhristopher the Son of Francis Cooke was Born the 3P' of July 1759 about 
Seven in the Arorning. Christopher Hervey, Esq'', and M'' James Hubbald, God- 
fathers ; il'" Frith, (iodmother. Christned S^'' Aug' 1751) at home. 

Margaret the Daughter of Francis &, IMargaret Couke was Born the 4*'' of 
September 17f!0 between 8 Sc 1) in the Evening. " J\I'' Tho'^ Pigott, ]\['' Moses Baker, 
(iodfathers; M'M)ixon & M'"MVright, godmothers. Christned 18"' Sep'' 17(10 at 
home. _.. ^. „- 

John the Son of Francis and Margaret Cooke was Born the 17"' day of February 
1702, and Baptized the 5"' of J\[arch following at home. Sir John Bentley &, W'" 
Henry Rieketts, Esq., Godfathers, & M""' Pigott of Bloomsbury Square, Godmother. 

Henrietta the Daughter of Francis and ]\Iargaret Cooke was Born the 2"^ of 
April 1703, and Baptized by D^' Campbell at Greenwich on Saturday the 23*^ of the 
same month. The liev'' M'' IMiomas Cooke, Godfather, and M''* Townsend & 
M'- Webber, (Jodmothers. She Died the !''■ &, was Buried at (Jrcenwich the 
•1"' September 1703. 

Jane the Daughter of Francis <t Marg' Cooke was Born the 25"' May 1705, 
& Baptizeil by 1)'' Campbell at (Jreenwich the !)"' June \o\\'^. ]\r Besson, Godfather ; 
ISI'" Jane Pigott & M" Ann AVilliams, Godmothei's. She died 20 June 1705. 

Fi'ances the Daughter of Francis and ]\Iargaret Cooke was Born the 2P' June 
170(), & Baptized the 3'^ July foil' by D'' Campbell at Greenwich. M'' Hargrave, 
Godfather; W' Clutten & IV'^ Hubbald, Godmothers. 



Charlotte the Daughter of Chi'istopher & p]lizabeth Cooke was born 0"' August 
1811, .t baptized IS"*- Ocf foll« at Sevenoaks Church by the l^^v' W'" Austen. 
I'^i-a" Motley Austen, Fsq'', Godfather; JNf"* Foot of Stoke, Plymouth Dock, & 
M''' Silvester, Godmothers. 

Francis the Son of Christopher & Elizabeth Cooke was born the 20"' September 
1813, & baptized April foll^ at Sevenoaks Church by the Rev'^ John Austen. 
Adm' Sir Bob' Caldei-, Bar^ & John Silvester, Esq"", Recorder of London, (iod- 
fathers ; M'" .fohn Austen, Godmother. 

Margaretta the Daughter of Christopher & Elizabeth Cooke was boru the 2'^ April 
1815, &, baptized 11"' Aug*^ follow^' at Sevenoaks Church by the ReV^ John Austen. 
William .John Campion, Esiif, of Danny, Godfather; M'* Thomas Austen &■ 
M'» Rol/ Williams, Godmothers. 

Louisa the Daughter of Christopher & Elizabeth Cooke was born the 20"' October 
1817, & baptized 20"' Aug^' 1818 at Sevenoaks Church by the ReV^ John Austen, 
Capfi Edmund Palmer, R,N., Godfather ; M'« Palmer ."k M'^ G. L. Austen, God- 
mothers. 

John George the Son of Christ. & Eliz. Cooke was born 15"' NoV 1819, & 
baptized 5"' Apr, 1820 at Sevenoaks Church by the ReV^ Sir Cha* Farnaby, Bar^ 

Maj'- G' Geo. Dixon \ ^,.^, 
Geo. L. Austen, Esq. / ^^^^ ' 
Lady Farnaby, Godm''. 

Christopher the Son of Christoph^ & Eliz"' Cooke was born 20"' June 1821, & 
baptized 13"' Feby foll° by Rev'' Tho^ Johnson at Alresford. Osborne Markhain 
&, John Maule, Esq", Godfathers ; M''^ Jlarkham, Godmother. 



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^9rtririr« of aaTarintj;.* 



ihe family of Onslow, antiently se.ited in the County of Salop in the Reign of Henry III 
took their surname from the Lordship of Ondeslowe (now written Onslow) in the Liberty of 
bhrewsbury ; surnames being in that Keign first generally assumed, but not fully settled till the 
end of Edw. I In the several Visitations in Salop by the Heralds, lloger de Ondeslowe is 
hrst wrote of that place ; he had issue two sons, Thomas and William, (Collins's " Peeraee " 
vol. iv,, p. 292.) ^ ' 



Roger de Ondeslowe.: 



T 



Richard, 1380 [sio]=^ Thomas, 1317.=?= 



Thomas, died unmarried. 



Thomas, 1342 



T 



John. Richard. Robert. William. Thomas. 



i Thomas, 1281. (Deeds of 9 and 13 Edw. I.) Died without issue. William 



T 



Williar 



). That part of it from Richard Waryng (who married Mary 
ered in the Heralds' Ollice, and signed Thomas Waryng, 1G23, 



This Pedigree was taken by me Richard Hill Waring at Hayes in the County of Salop 
in the year 17K;, partly from one made by my ancestor Adam Waryng in 1510 to that time 
(which I have compared with and proved by deeds in my possession), and thence continued from 
deeds, etc., and my own knowledge. 7" .- . - -. . 

Grafton) to 1(J2;{, included and entered 

only that John, the sixth sou (seventh child) of Richard and Margery Waryng, is not there 
mentioned. "^ ° 

Anus.— Gules, OH a /esse engrailed or, between three stags' {or bucks') heads caboshed argent, 
three bvgle-horns sable. 

Crest.— Ow a wreath argent and gules a eubit arm couped and vested gvles, in hand proper a 
hawk's lure gules, stringed vert, reflecting round the arm,. 



1276 
1279 

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1397 
1418 
14.59 
1478 



Warinus de Ondeslowe to 1311. 
Robert Waryng to 1340. 



Roger 

Richard 

Simon 

Richard 

Nicholas 

Richard 



1373. 
1419. 
1459. 
1456. 

\ 1510. 



1510 
1547 
1578 
1625 
1651 



Adam Waryng to 1549. 
Richard „ „ 1610. 
Nicholas „ „ 1630. 
Richard „ „ — 
Adam „ „ 1700. 

Richard ,, „ — 
Richard Hill Waryng. 



By Deeds without Date. 

Agnes relicta Adami Garyn de Schelton dat. Gulielmo filio ejus. 

Adamus tilius Roberti Waryng de Ondeslowe. 

Rog. Waryng de Onslowe and Alicia uxor ejus. 

Warin de Ondislawe. 

Warinus de Ondislawe. 

Warinus Dominus de Ondislawe. 

Rogerus Uom' de Hondeslowe. 

Rogerus Ciaryng de Ondislawe. 

Rogerus Warinus Dom' do Houdeslawe. 

Robert Waryng do Schelton. 

llicardus Waryng de Schelton and (in same deed) Hugo Waryng de Ondeslowe. 



Roger de Montgomery committed the Government of the Castle of Shrewsbury, Anno 1081, 
to Waring the Bald, a man of small stature, but of great spirit, by whose valour and conduct 
he kept the Welsh in awe, and that whole Province in peace. (Collins's " Peerage," vol i., 
p. 484.) 



Communicated by Miss S. M. Woodroopfe. 



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SCOTT. M^lh-l:....>^. 

Arms. — Argent, three calharine wheels sable, a bordure 

Crest. — On a wreath a griffin's head with icings endorsed sable. 

Motto. — Humble and JiOYAL. 



Colonel Jiicliiird kScott assumed as his crest ; 
dexter claw. 



A griffin segreant, a banner in the 



FOLYOT, FFOLLIOTT, OR FOLLIOTT. 

Sir Richard Folyot, Knt., Lord of Bychmarshe, co. Worcester, from whom Sir 
Henry Folliott (thirteenth in descent), was created Lord Folliott of Ballyshannon, 
CO. Ulster, in 1619. He married Anne, daughter of Sir William Strode of Stoke- 
sub-Hambdon, co. Somerset. 



Thomas, 2nd Baron Folliott,*=T=Rebecca French, relict of . 
died 169G, aged 89. | of Dublin, Merchant. 



Waterhouse 



Henry, 3rd Baron 
Folliott, died 1716 
without issue, and 
the title became 
extinct. 



Job Walker, Esq., of Ferney Hall, son of Richard=rRebecca. 
Walker, by Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Herbert, 
]\Iaster of the Revels to Charles L, who was 
brother of Lord Herbert of Cherbury,! and of 
George Herbert the Poet. 



Humphrey Sandford of the Isle, co. Salop=i=Rebecca. 



Jonathan Scott=Mary Sandford 



Memorandum by Major John Scott, M.P. 

"Mr. Humphrey Sandford, who died 1st August 1791, aged 74 years, left five 
daughters, and a second son. Captain Edward Sandford, who has been 22 years 
in the H.E.LC.S. at Bengal, and now commands a battalion of Sepoys on that 
establishment, where Mr. Sandford had also four nephews, two of whom aie returned 
to Enghind — Major Jolui Scott, M.P. for Stockbridge, and Captain Jonathan Scott 
of Nelley Cottage, co. Salo}) ; the third, Captain Richard Soott, who has been 23 
years in the H.E.LC.S., distinguished himself in the last war in the Carnatie, 
where he commanded the 26th Battalion of Bengal Sepoys, under Sir Eyre Coote, 
and he is now at tiie head of the same corps, under Earl Cornwallis ; the fourth, 
Lieutenant Henry Scott, is Fort Adjutant of the garrison of Chunar — a very 
remaikabie and unconuuon instance of five persons of one family surviving so many 
years' military service in the torrid zone. I'o these may be added a sixth, Lieu- 
tenant Jonathan Scott, the brother of Mr. Scott of Betton, who is of the same 
family. Mr. Sandford was High Sheiiif of the county of Salop in the year 1787, 
in the 70th year of his age." 



♦ Tlio prcHcul Mr. Iluniphroy Samlford of llic Islo, co. Salop, has a very nice paiiitiup of the 
2uil IJarou Folliott ami liin wife, on copper, in liis diiiing-iooni. 

t W. R. Stokos, wlio married Anne Dorothea Scott, inherited through his wife one of the 
mauuBcripls of Lord Herbert of Cherbury, which he gave to the British Mubeum. 



■ : J MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET flEllALDtCA. 6l 

THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 

1729. 
John Manser and Mary Borner, both of Marden. 

AVilliam Shaw and Elisab. Wachers, Ijoth of Baiigton [sic] Mounchelsea. 
Thomas Russell, of Goudhurst, and Sarah Harris. 
William English and Elizabeth Washer. 

Thomas Simmons, of Gillingham, and Catherine Groombridge, of Up-Church. 
Henry riiunit, of East Sutton, and^ Elisabeth Gipson. 
John Seedweeks and Persis Bigg. 

Thomas Palmar, of Newington, and Anne Godden, of Baughton Moun- 
chelsea. 
John Swaine and Aon Hoad. 

William Panckhurst, of Barmin, and Catharine Randal. ,. • 

Charles Bridge and Elizabeth Athaws. 

Stephen Carman and Susanna Quaise. ., •;-...>: 

Josiah Jackson and Mary Hickmot, both of Cranbrook. 
James Fuller, of Boxley, and Mary Highwood. 
Richard Adds and Sarah Britcher. 
John ]\Ioore and Elisabeth Hammond. 
Henry Hall and Mary x\braham, both of Faversiiam. 
Thomas Hills and Sarah Jury. '""••■'■j:' 

Robert Daniel and Mary Coldgate. 
John Cutbush and Elisabeth Clout. 
Sheppard Bishop and Mercy Garrett. 
William Cossford and Mary Wall. 
John Bennett and Ann Bills. 
William Allen and Mary Tooth. 

Benjamin Bowyer and Ann Longley. ■ . •. 

Daniel Sedweeks and Elisabeth Woollett. 
Richard Peet and Elisabeth Turner, of Thurnham. 
William Herinden and Ann Gatland. 
Edward Gossling and Elisabeth Beech. 

John Carpenter, of Rayuham, and Elisabeth Stinning, of S' Mary's in 
the Hundred of Hoe. 

1730. 
Thomas Green and Elisabeth Boon. 
Thomas Barber and Jane Wiles, both of Thurnham. 
Thomas AVatts and Jane Burren, both of Biddenden. 
Thomas llarslett and Jane Stevens. 
Joseph Robinson, of East Mailing, and Sarah Nowers. 
William Crow and Ann Invill, both of Linton. 
John Chambers, of Sunning in Berks, and Anne Breach, of Great Marlow 

in Bucks. 
Thomas Jeffries and Jane Boreman. 
William Pool and Elisabeth Eastwood. 
James Neall and Mary Rouse, both of Debtling. 
Nicholas Brittcr and Ann Clayton. 
Edward Taylor and Elisabeth Falsberry. 
Matthew Holland and i'^lisabeth Mnr(;dith, both of Gravcsend. 
Edward iiondon, of l*'rittenden, and Mai'y Thakher, of Cranbrook. 
Richard Sturman and Mary Benstcd. 
William Harndcn and Frances Buds. 
Robert Cook, of East Sutton, and Elisabeth Hodges. 

Tiaiiscribcil liy tlie late Rev. J. Cavk-Buownk, M.A. — continued flora p. 30, 



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18 


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23 


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28 


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1 


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10 


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29 


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5 


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13 


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14 


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3 


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21 


Sep. 


27 


Sep. 


29 


Oct. 


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G2 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. " '> 

Oct. 6 Solomon Ansten, of Biddenden, and Anne Carj^enter. -^ ' '^ 

Oct. (] James Plane and Llavy Woodyard. 

Oct. fi William Vvy, of Hittiu^'boinc, and Elisabeth Ibbotson, of Radmershara. 

Oct. 7 liicliard lUirden and Mary lU'oomliall, both of llcdcorn. 

Oct. 8 Samson Foster and Elizabeth Si)rin<,'field. 

Oct. 20 AVilliam Hasslewood and Sarah J^artlett. 

Oct. 22 A\'illiam Kencher, of Warhom [PWarham, Herefordshire], and Mary 

Weldish, of Baughton Mniidch'. 

Nov. 19 William Berry, of Seal, and Rebecca Fortune, of Loose. 

Nov. 20 Robert Wood, of Tonge, and Elisabeth Lilly, of Ulcomb. 

Dec. 25 Richard Clout and Sarah Gooder. 

Dec. 27 John llighwood and Elisabeth Chambers. '•■■■ :' ■ ■ >■ • '■ 

Dec. 31 Edward Jui-y and Mary Mills. 

Jan. 23 John Gheal, of Rygate in Surrey, and Elisabeth Mills, of Hucking, 

Feb. 3 Samuel Duke and Mary Cummins. 

Feb. 7 Benjamin Slaiuey, of Langley, and Anne Barnsley, of Boughton 

Munchelsea. 

Feb. 9 George Chiliman, of Bursted, and Martha Collens. 

Feb. U John Francis Beal and Mary Forster. 

1731. 

Robert Matthews and Macy [sic] Merchant, both of Marden. 

Bartholomew Waklin and Mary Gilbert. 

Thomas Goure and Mary Bassock, both of Linton. 

John Dormaii and Mai'y Cordwell, both of Craubrook. 

M'' Samuel Fullagar and ]\I'''* Mary Foster. 

M"" Morgan Hall and M''^ Elisabeth Apsley. 

Thomas Plane and Margaret Sherlock, of Marden. 

Thomas Goddeu and Elisabeth Wells. 

John Greensted and Anne Stuut. 

William Bolton, of Linton, and Mary Ellis, of Hucking. 

Josei)h Dawson, of Bearsted, and Elisabeth Highsted. 

Jolin Usher and Hannah Relf, both of Marden. 

William Turner and Mary Chapman. 

John Hood, of Hartlip, and Susannah Pool. 

Edward Bornner [sic'] and Catherine Collison, both of Marden. 

Thomas Ellitt,of Frinsted, and J\lary Beaching, of Teynham. 

Thomas Coveny and Anne Peii'ce, both of Craubrook. 

Edmund Sawyer, of Biddenden, and Elisabeth Parsons, of Hawkerst. 

John Tanner, of Goudherst, and Sarah Ijamb, of llunton. 

Edmund Hadlow and i\rary Wyman, both of Boughton Munchelsea. 

William Slyndon and Sarah Gull. 

James Mitchell, of Boxly, and Frances Hollands. 

Richard Scudder, of Rochester, and Elisabeth Stacy. 

Henry Golding, of Barraiug, and Mary Taylor. 

Pastwater Jestup and Catherine Rawlings. 

Robert Fletcher and Martha llalsey. 

Henry Jeffery and Mary Burgess. 

Thomas Allman and Catherine Peirce, of Bearsted. 

I'idward Baldoek, of Chattam, and I'ilisabeth Hunt. 

Williani Maplisden and Mary Dabbs, both of Debtling. 

Samuel Fletcher and Aune Saywell. 

Thomas Jarves and Susannah Barling. 

Joseph flisher and Jane Catlid. 

Samuel Buss, of Craubrook, and Hannah Croucher, of Smarden. 

Arthur Manclerk, of Margai'ett [sic], and Ann Turner, of Rochester. 

Thomas Porter and Mf" Elizabeth Kii)ping, of Hadlow. 



April 


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April 


20 


April 29 


May 


5 


May 


18 


]\Iay 


27 


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7 


June 


9 


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12 


June 


13 


June 


13 


June 


23 


July 


1 


July 


6 


July 


31 


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7 


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28 


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7 


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7 


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10 


Oct. 


10 


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12 


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17 


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21 


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21 


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21 


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11 


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10 


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10 


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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEIIALDICA. 

"!?"• -^ ^JT'I^^' ^°''^"r ^"^ ^^^'y Gibbons, wid., both of E FarleiVh 

iMcii. 10 Richard Barnard, of Lenham, and M- Sarah Bishop. 

173-2. c 

A nn'l tI''''"''' ^'' f ^ ^"'- *''^^*^' ^«th of Lenham. 

An 1 i ,V^"'"^i.^r^^-'^^-'dge. of Wouldham, and Frances Lee. 

Apn 13 Henry Falkner, of East Farlei-h, and Elis Jeyes 

Apr. 13 Steph. PrcM.tis and Rose ILancock. ^ 

Apr! % Io^oUVkmI'^"' ^f '^'™^;7''"'-«t, and Mary Loud, of Marden. 
iipiu -0 Joseph 1 ocock and Anne Down. 

mI if mm"""''' !^.^^""' "^ <^'-a»brook, and Susanna Hunt, of Hawkherst 

5& r 'r "T ^i'^''"' "^^°^''^^' ^"^ ^^^^'«^l^«th Bran. ' ^'^"'^"^'•^fc- 

Mav 90 I 'r T^ P'-osser of Stepney, and Susanna Swinnock. 

M^ l\ i°'\"Jo"es, of Minster, and Sarah Masters wid ofSheerness 

May 30 M-' Ricliard Polhill and Rebecca Peirce ' ^heerness. 

Tn V 1 1 V''""' i"f '' "^^ Wrotham, and Judith Rainah. 

Jut • ' PiZ.H n if'' °^ ^\^'.^ and (Catherine Bowes, of Milsted. 

July 2., Richard Hollaway and Anne Bunnian. 

Aug. Richard Craddock and Frances Jordan 

Sen" 9$ p\t''^ff"""^^' "f ^-t ^"'■•^'^^h' ^"^ ^arah Bromley, 

feep. 30 John Terry and Ehsabeth Bromley 

Oct. r, Nicholas Sands, of East Farleigh, and Sarah Walter. 
Henry Pollard and Margaret Coleman. 



63 



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Oct. 6 ^ 

Oct. 17 Stepiren ^^^nter and Y]S,etirMkiiet"on. 

Uct. 21 Samuel Martin and Mary Collins 

Nov. 7 Joseph Peene and Mary Beal. 

Nov. 9 Benjamin AVard and Mary Day. 

Nov. 15 AViUiam Davis, of Staplehurst, and Mary Nash, of Headcorne 

Nov. 27 Joseph Darrens and Thomasin Hunt, both o Ha rSmm 

Dec. 3 Robert Woollett and Sarah Hunt " ii-initcsiiam. 

Dec. 5 John French and Elisabeth Elnieet p Edmetl 

ec. 2(; John Gullen and Ma.y Crigsby, both of Staplehurst. 

Dec. 2^ Ihomas iH.ncomb, of Bishopsgate, London, and Ann Bills. 

Fob 9H ^fT^ ^u ''' ""?.?^'";^ Alexander, both of Boxlcy. 

Mn ■ A |'!°™2«.^^^^^'^"-^ ^^'^^.^Mavy Farley, both of Loose. '^ 

Mai. 24 John Stimpson, of Wrotham, and Mary Wenborn. 

1733. 

April 1 1 Thomas Mitchell and Hannah ]\rantelow 

Mnv ^i Th"'' ^''{^It^^/'^^^i^l^^lisabeth Ware, both of Linton. 

May 16 ihomas Marsh and Elisabeth A\^aller 

May 17 John Halsater and Elisabeth Medhurst 

May 20 Thomas Hernden and Mary Andrews 

June 10 David Dodd and Mary Mills 

illn^ M iv-u- ^^''ff^'^^ ^^ llolUngborn, and Elisabeth Sutton. 

June 20 William Johnson and Sarah Holder 

June 2(j James AVallor and Judith Etmeal 

July 31 William Godden and Elisabeth Bodiam 

Aug. 5 Thomas Betts of Oatham [? Otham], and Sarah Willard. 

Aug. John Hunt and Sarah Russel, both of Cranbrook. 

Aug. 7 William Chinpsou and Mary Harris 

^^Munchelsef'' '^ '''^^P^'^'^'"«^' ^^'^ Martha Yorkton, of Boughtoa 



Aug, 12 
Aug. 14 



Joseph Dean, of Loose, and Elisabeth Johnson. 



64 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGUCA ET HERALDIOA. f- 

Joha Barns aud Elisabeth Giles, wid. ; ';./,• • ; ,, ?., 

George Swinyard and Judith Olive. 

Thomas Short and ]\Iary Newton. 

\Villiani Boar, of Hailing, and Ann Cooper. 

jKaac; .lordan and Mai'y Shaw. 

AVilliain Tress, of Aylestbrd, and Ann Gray. ■ . ■ 

William Moore and Mary Burbridge. • - 

Robert Greensted and Ann Britehcr, 

Edward Prigg and Elisabeth Vimsett. 

William IMosely, of .Vylesford, and Susanna Whiflfen. 

Robert Luff, of Cranbrook, and Elisabeth Groombridge, of Watcringbury. 

John Blatcher, of Shipborii, and Ann Hudson. 

Williani Turk and Mary Riehardsou, both of Upchurch. 

Riehard Burbridge and Ann Ellis. 

John Buteher, of Hedcorn, and Elis. Baker. 

Philip Hunt and Ann Cooper, both of Ulcomb. :,) ,) ?• ■,.,-;..;,,.*.. 

John Austen, of Staplehurst, and Hannah Pine. 

John Post and Elisabeth Burr. 

John Vousden and Sai'ah Wousley, both of Goudhurst. 

Thomas Knight and Mary Pine. 

William AVeston and Mary Lewis. 

Thos. Jh'ittah and Patienee Benge. 

John Chainey and Ann Tipping, both of Cranbrook. 

Titus Fox and Sarah Farley, both of Linton. 

Joseph Searl, of Sutton (Surrey), and Elisabeth Cooper. 

Thomas Russell and Mary Mills. 

Tillam Bendowin, of S*^ Sepulchre's, Loudon, and Sarah Levett. 

Henry Chowning and Elisabeth Medhurst, wid. 

AVilliam Day and Mary Parks. 

Thomas Smith and Jane Collens. 

John Collens and Sarah Russell. 

Henry Tilby, of Leeds, and Dorothy Wattell. 

Abraham Cherry and Mary Upton. 

Robert Noble and Elisab. Clapson, both of East Sutton. 

John Hope and Ann Anderson, both of Jioughton ]\Ialhcrb. 

John I'arker and Sarah Bills, of JJoughton IMunchelsea. 

John Turner and Hannah Wood. 

Williani Woollett, of Chart, and Elisabeth Outteridge, of Yalding. 

AVilliam Hartrup and IMartha I lay ward. 

William AVall and Elisabeth Sinnns, of Tysnrst (Sussex). 

Thomas Medhurst and Sarah Lulhain, wid. 

1734. 

Isaac Jordan and Elisabeth Burr. 

Daniel Burges, of Wrotham, and Elisabeth Lussenden, of Ulcomb. 

James Usher, of Smeeth, and Ann Tucker. 

The Rev'' D"^ James Finley, Rector of Christ Church (Surrey), and 

M" Kath. Lawrance, wid. 
Philip Woollett and Ann Hinkley. 
John Bryant and Margaret Basset. 
Thomas Rich and Mary Webb. 

Nicholas Hadlow, of Burling, and Mary Cleves, of Othara. 
Jacob A\''alter and Sarah Hunt. 

William Cloke, of Petham, and Elisabeth Swain, of Lyming. 
John Hernden and Sarah Carter. 

Richard Humphrey and Mary Watts, both of Bromfield. 
John U ridge and Ann Baker, both of Marden. 



Aug. 


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8 


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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET ilERALDICA. 65 

jl!lv 5q Th"""" J(ir ^"? Elizabeth Smith, both of I Ward [? Twade.l 

July 29 J homas Catt and Elisabeth Ilolhuvay. ^ "^ 

Aug. 1 Ihomas Green and Mary Downs. ' 

Aug. 7 Joseph Pierce and Mary Humphrey 

i"^- II w"n"'^^ ^'^^''■' °^ ^^"-^'^y' and Mary Rolf. 

Aug. 18 Willium Bond and EHsabeth Buss .---.,.•. •.•...:,• 

hep. 28 JobuBrumley, of llunton, and Mary Bills, of L^^^^^ 

Oct. 7 William Martui and Mary Iladlow •■..,.:,!. 

\!r I ™''^'" ^^f^'"l^" and Elisabeth Binnett. -• -.■-•.::• 

Aov. 8 Richard Stacy and Elisabeth Ford ■ • ' ■'- ' •• .;if i 

l)ec. 24 Israel Emes and Elisabeth Worsley 

r)ec. 27 Thomas Morris and Susanna Campbell '•-:■:•..■- ,.,,..- 

Jan. 1 Edward Prigg and Margaret Owen. 

Jiin. 1 Kichard Bigg, of Chart-next-Sutton, and Elis. Alckin. '^'il". 

j^;;: I mi^i tnrand'iSi;;'^ ^-^^ ""- '"''''' ^^ ^^-^^"^-^ ^^"-^-^-- 

Jan, 11 Peter West and Mary Halsoy. 

Jan. 12 Richard Rawlings and Elisabeth Luckerst. 

Jan. 30 John Hills and Elisabeth Atkins, of Loose 

I'eb. () liobert Dunkin and Jane Oliver. 

Feb. 1) Thomas Evernet [sir] and Mary Ford 

I<eb. I) How (ireen and Susanna Coleman \ ; -.ic*, w> . /-.ji 

l;eb. 18 Christopher Bayley and Ann Tanner. 

l^eb. 18 James Cook and Ann Taylor. 

John Hughes and Mary Halam, of Thurnham 



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1735. 

April 9 John Onyons and Elisabeth Usher 

m7v I T?''" ^^'■p°'.' °^ Newington, and Elisth. Turner, of Borden. 

Ar ^ o^ n!T'''^ ^'-^^" '^"•^ Margaret ffawkens. 

May 21 1 homas Summers and Elisabeth Farley, both of Ulcombe 

June 1 Thomas Lilly and Elisabeth Sparkes. ^' ^^^^mbe. 

June 8 John Webb and Jane Jordan. 

jZI a ??''7; ^^''^''TV'"^^ '^'"'^ ^^^''«""' ^^^^'' of Sittingborne. 

June 26 John Hood and Jane Sutton 

June 24 Richard Beach and Ann Avery 

July 6 Thomas Kemp, of Boxley, and Ann Brimsted. 

J V 8 i)lSTfu' of Linton, and Mary Hubberfield, of Marden. 

r 1 . T ? ^ I'ersfield and Ann Eastland. 

M.r u) " \" T "^'^'"' "r! ''''!'"''^^^'^ ^^••'"^'^"' l>«t'' of Craubrook. 

Aug. 10 .|,,|,n I lu-ner and Sarah Hiid.ro. 

n'l'' ? Ra^vlinson Peirce and Sarah Borman. 

Oct. 3 I homas Lamb, of East Farleigh, and Elisabeth Cooper. 

Oc ■ 5 Tntn ^'■'?n «^»,^"«kbury, and Sarah Daw, of Goudhurst. 

Oc ■ , W h. F? "•' °^ ^fn''' ""^ ^^^^'^ Hubberfield, of E. Farley. 

< * r w 1 ^ ^Si»s of Bunniugtou, and Ann Taylor. ^ 

n • i )^'|aui(Joe and Sarah Evenden. "^ 

n f' o ;>^'' '''^'" ^'"^^'••t and Elisabeth Osborne. 

utc. /u JJaniel Butcher and Mary Webb 

Oof" .?« Thomas Missingham and Sarah Johnson, both of Linton 

Oct. 28 Samuel Pycraft and Mary Tew 

Nov. 2 James Grundall and Mary Hernden. 

Nov. 10 William Wilson and Mary Leppor. 

C'J'o be ooutinued.) 



66 MISCELLANEA GKNEALOGICA ET lIICRALDrCA. ■' 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN INSCRIPTIONS IN THE OLD (AND NOW 
CLOSED) PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN LEGHORN.* 



Transcribed by 
G. MiLNEH-GiBSON-CuLLUM, F.S.A., and the late Francis Campbell Macauley. 

Hoc tumulo iacet corpus Rogei Howe geuerosi | anglici, qui olim vixifc in 
Libunio, ubiq : animam | Expiravit xxviii die Decembiis, atinoq : salvatis | 
MDCLXXii I Lector siste gradual tecum ineditare paulis per | Quod quis homo est 
nihilum nisi pulvis, et | umbra hie qondam [sic] | natus vixit nunc mortuus est | 
omnibus atq : alys calcant semel via laithi. 

[The arms not very clear, but shewing a Chevron between three animals' heads erased.] 

Here | lieth the body | of Ann [Roberts] Burges | who died on the 2 of | July, 
A.D. 1793 I relict | of | Capt" Michael Burges | Roberts | the family name at | 
Deal, Kent. 



To the Memory | of | Theodore Luders of Bath in England | Knight of the 
Holy Roman Emi)ire, and | Captain in the British Infantry, | who died in this 
City of a Consumption | on the 30 of Sept. 1785 | Agid [sic] 32 Years. 

WilhelminaWallner | infant daughter | of | H.Dunn | died 13 . August 1838. | 
aged 15 months. 

Formo8issima3 "1 Araantissimfe. 

Cnstissiniffi j Amatissimie. 
Joanna Bonella | Maritum ex Anglia per Maria per Terras | Livornum uso 
Comitattu ibq mortna. | Vt ostenderet Scilicet | sese ab illo nulla alia prceterquam 
Omnipotenti Maun \ Divelli ac separari Potuisse | Sanmel Bonellus Conjnx | 
M.J'. I Vale Aninia Duleissima et Sponso TEtei'no Conjugis niortalis vice ^]tei-num 
Eruere. 
[Arras defaced, impaling a Chevron between three pelicans in their piety. The whole not clear.] 

Sacred to the memory of | George Webb Gower | eldest son of Geo. Henry & 
Ann Gower | born at Leghorn 25 . November 1822 . | died i . January 182G. 



To the memory of | Penelope Susanna Cumberland | relict of Cha' Cumberland 
Esq. I who died at Pisa 27''' Aug. 1828 [ in the G5 . year of her age | She was grand 
daughter of | Peregrine Duke of Ancaster | and niece to Brownlow last | Duke of 
Ancaster. 



Sacred to the memory | of | John Webb James | born ( in the Parish of Chew 

Magna in the County of Somerset, England | on the fifteenth day of January 

MDCCCi I departed this life in Leghorn ) on the twentieth day of November 

JiDCOCXXXV I leaving in tlie deepest affliction a widow | with three infant children. 

[Arms : A dolphin naiant between three crosses-crosslet.] 



Lucius Frederic Cottrel Esq'« of the 8"' Regiment | of Light Cavalry East India 
Service, 3'' son of | the late Rev"^ Clement Cottrell of Iladley Middy | and rector 
of North Waltham, Hants | He died at Pisa after a long and painful illness | on 
the 3"^ of May 1836 ; aged 26 . | possessed of high intellectual powers, and a 
noble I and ingenuous mind to all his family his loss | is irreparable, but more 
parti€ularly to his only | parent who now otters this tribute of aflectiou j to his 

* Continued from p. 35, 



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MISCELLANHA GENEALOOIOA ET HERALBIOA. 



G7 



Sacod I to 11,0 momor, of | Pluli,, MJj^orn M.D. | died October 2 | 1839 

Oetober 1820 |'i„ tl,e 26 /em- „f his ife ' ' "' "' "•""■"='' I ™ "'« '« "f 

Ks,:Tn,^ l,;°ti;::i: M^r^^^v'ile'c'r^^^^^^^ "■■[^ °f T^™- Woo,l 

Ooioi.el Ilam„er | Wani, ctji, Ii,'itiKl,OM,.,, r "'^"f "^ . I ai"i soeoiid dau};l,terof | 

w.,0 died at Pi J| o„ ^i.e^."da;''^?Jl:Sirt!.2;;T;;:id't;t;^^ I 

18Sa . I aged 'sixty. | Thi^ monle t s e ;^' j" L" C- lietTI i" ff" "' '^P'" 
the spot wliere the mortal I remains a,-,. \ iT,^ P i" afflicted | daugliter to mark 

tionsly a,„i„bie woman, as 'the U ib tvd, te h, ^'""""' ","" '""" """''''''- 

aiid attention. ' ' """"" ""<: ca" pay licr of aflection | 

Sacred to the Jfomory I of I Rich'' Slut,. v<,^n i i r. ,• , 
of Upson,, in the Connty o Su ley I who d^'l nlT' ' ^'"S}''^'"'^" of the Parish 
74 years. | Jle served the Hon Si E-fstl- ^ "" '■ K "' ^""'^ "'■>* "g«l 
i hononr | & wl,en ad,a,,ced o tf^e i ..^innt Stlorf ?^ ^^ ^""'' ' '""' '^'^"'"y 
sacnficed all personal consideratio , rthl d,t ' t , <^ I ^ 7 ' pf ff'''" I ''' 
India in obedience to a Father I who e-„-ne,il„ r ? j ''"' ^"''■y ^ <|i"tted 

& a P,„e„t his .ondnct was oc, ,a ly et^^mnhn I il w '",'?"''" ' ^'^ " ""^'"""i- 
what he ever was in principle |'a rirni rz&,s'|1.1„!,S, "" '" '" '" l"'^^"^^ 

of tt o^vir 'nd'A;:![^i;V;„^i'i'tSir,:'^^ ''rp'-T"' ''"■■ i '«'« -""'se 

l'lorc,,ce,|o,,theJ.".„r(,ltr;^",l"'4^.;;;';,^^^^^^^^^^^^ " ''"'"""■■'' ''"" ''^'^ '" 



68 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. *'<* 

Sacred | to the memory | of William Slade, | Purser in the Royal Navy I who 
died at l-loiccc, | Jan. 13, 182G | aged 37 years | Upright in his conduct through 
life and possessing a warm j and benevolent mind | he was honored and respected I 
by all who knew him. ' ' 

Sacred J to the memory of | Hugh . | youngest son of | John Falconar . I and 
Caroline his wife. | He departed this life the 15^'' day of March 1829 j in the 
twentieth year of his age. * ' 

Sacred | to the memory of | Mary, | youngest daughter of I John Falconar, I 
Lhis Britannic Majesty s Consul for ^J'uscany] and Caroline his wife. I She denarted 
this life the 28"' day of May 1822 . | in the seventeenth year of her age. 

Sacred I to the memory of | Lauchlan Maclean, Lieutenant General I in his 
Britannic Majesty's Service | died the 8'" September 1829 . aged 70. 
«o ^-fr ^'^^ ' ^^ '^'^^ memory of | Mary Maclean widow of John Campbell I died the 
28 . May 1829 . aged 73. ' 

Elizabeth Ross of Bladensburg, | daughter of Major General Robert Ross of 
Kosstrevor, Ireland . | born May the third 1811, died at Sienna April twenty 
seventh 1827 . | before she had attained the age of sixteen, in the full assurance of 
hope and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. 

Sacred to the memory I of | M^ Edward Langmore | of Clapton, Middlesex I 
who died at Leghorn | the first day of July 1825 . | aged 3-1. 

_ To the memory of | Jessy Jane, daughter of | Alexander Seton Esq' of I Mounie 
in Aberdeenshire, Scotland ; who died on the 19"' February 1831 . j aged 14. 

Sacred I to the memory of | Selina | eldest daughter of I George Wharton 
Marriott Esq B.C.L. | of the Inner Temple, London . and Selina Anne his wife I 
She died at I isa, | m the blessed hope of a joyful resurrection I through the meri s 
of her Saviour ) 30 . Jan. 1835 . | a3t. 24. 

Hie iiicet | Carolus Patricius Alcock | unus ex Britanicte | Legionis 51 ducibus 
quern | Ca yii moenia obsidentem, ingens febrium cohors | sunt aggressa^ immatu- 
ramque | illi mortem, die secunda | Martii An. 1795 fetatis sute I 29 attulere I 
nilectum invenum l)elliea | virtute florentem, fievere | cieteri legionis praifecti I in 
eiusque memoriam, hoc | pignus bcncvolentiie, | monuinentum posiiere. 

,o,?^\^",.^,''°''^*^ I daughter of Thomas and E. A. Crokat I born 5"' December 
1817 . j died 24"' August 1827. 



In memory of | E. A. Crokat, | wife of Thomas Crokat, I who departed this life 
at Leghorn | on the 30"' day of September 1825 . | aged 32 . years 

Emma Christiana | infant daughter of | Thomas Crokat & E. A. Crokat I died 
on the iirst day of November 1825 . | aged three months. 

,onJ" memory of | Peter Crokat who died at Leghorn I the 16"' day of August 
1822 . I aged 45 . years. 



To the memory of | Thomas Gugy Esq. | a native of the Province of I Lower 
Canada I a gallant oflicer of | His Majesty's service | and | a distinguished member 
ol the Bar | ot Canada, | this tablet is placed by a friend I who knew his worth I 
and accidentally | discovered his grave | He died at Leghorn | July the second 



MISCELLANEA. GENKALOGICA ET HERALDICA. G9 

Siicred | to the memory of | John Black | Glasgow | who died at Pisa on the 
12 . May 1830 . | in the 30 year of his age. 

Sacred to the Memory | of the | Rev. John Rowe | Who died at the Baths of 
Lucca I .Inly 2'"', a.d. 1833 | aged 01) | He was the youngest son of | William Kowe 
i'ls(|uire | Of Spensicomhe in the County of | Devon, and for upwards of 30 | 
Years one of the Ministers of | Lewins mead Meeting | Bristol | England. 

[Anns : 'J'lirce paschal lunibs ; impaling, on a bend between two roundelb in chief and one in 
base, three birds.] 



lames Haygarth | late chaplain to the | British Factory at Leghorn | died 
lanvary G, 1778. 

To the memory | of | Mai-y Punshon | aged 7 . months | 1835. 

To the memory of | John Chorlton, | born in the parish of Ohorlton | near 
Manchester | in the county of Lancaster | in the year of our Lord 178G | died at 
Leghorn on | the i"' day uf September 1837. 

Beneath this stone | repose the mortal remains | of Mary L. Hari'is | wife of 
Edward Harris of New Jersey | in the United States of America | she was born in 
New York | Oct. 2G . 1804 | and died at Pisa Dec. 7 . 1830 | in the full assurance | 
of a blessed immortality | through the merits of her Redeemer. 

Li Memory of | Thomas Gudgeon Esq"= | late of Stamford hill | in the County 
of Middlesex | England | who departed this Life at Pisa | on the 4^'' January 1811) . | 
in the 71 . Year of his Age. 



Here lies the body of Henry Hudson | who died 10"' April 1819 aged 32 . years 
late seamen [sic] on board the brig Danube | of Sunderland, Cap' John Stephenson 
this stone was erected | by his loveing Isic] shipmates. 

John Henry Vaughan | born June 7, 1803 | died at Leghorn | Oct. 1, 1833. 

George Gore Maitland | son of the Rev"^ John Castleton I Miller, rector of 
]\Iilton, in the County of Northampton, and | of Sarah Paget, daughter of the | 
Rev'' W'" Paget, rector of North | Winklield, in the County of | Derby, in the 
Kingdom of Great | Britain, his wife, was born the | 13"' of Oct'" and died the 10"' 
of I Dec^ A.D. 1802 . aged 08 days. 

Sacred to the memory of | Little ]\rary | Here lies the body of | Miss Mary 
^lorgell, I who departed this life vn the 10"' of Eebiuary 1817 | aged nearly lb 
years . | In the rrcdliectiDU of her virtues, and the | purity of her innocence, her 
sorrowing friends | lind their greatest consolation : sensible | they ought not to 
reiiiive . when ct)nlidciit | from the knowledge of them that | eternal ha[)piiiess will 
be her I'oward | Liscribc'l by her devoted brother | Thomas Royse-Morgell | ]\Iajor 
8"' Hussars . ( This monument was renewed in 1872 . by the only surviving sister 
of " Little Mary " | in fond remembrance of the loved comjjanion | of her own 
earliest years. 



Sacred to the memory | of | Catherine Atkins | wife of Abram Atkins Esq : of 
London | eldest daughter to the late | Norcott d'Esterre Esq : of the County of 
Clare, Ireland . | died at Leghorn | July viii, mdcccxxxvi, aged 37 years. 

Hie reqviescit | Francisevs Clark | Coventria) in Magna Britannia uatus | viri 
intergerrimi | Thonue Dornham | ea sorore nepos | a negotii societate | quam fili 
destinarat | avunculi pietas | iunnatura morte prffiruplus [sic] | anno saint human 
MDCCViii I letate suic xxxiu. 

VOL. IV., SERIES III, G 



70 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 

John PoUexfeii Bastard Esq. ( aged Gl . died at Leghorn | on the 4^'' of April 
181(1 I hitc I\Ioinl)er of the British I'iU'Haniunt | in fSideiiec Kitley in Devonshire | 
&. Ilocivhingo in IJerksliiro. . .^. , 



Sacred to the mcnior}' | of Catherine, wife of the Rev. Thorn. De Lacy | Arch- 
deacon of Meath, in h'ehmd, | and danghter of the hite John Moutray EBq"= | one 
of His J5ritannic Majesr.ys Naval | Coninnssioners. She died at Florence, | Novem- 
ber the lM;"', 181 (i , aged 4'o, | A lil'e [Kis.sed in the })ractice | of every Christian 
virtnc I hath gained an immortal crown. 



Francis Pasini native of | Parma, a Protestant uatu | ralised Englishman died | 
at Leghorn on the xxx of | March a.d. mdcccvii. | aged about lviii. 

To the memory | of | John Robinson Ee(i' | of London | who died July the 2'^, 
18;)<S . I in the ()[>"' year of his age. This humble memorial | of the best of husbauds 
and I fathers is erected by his | alllicted family. 

Sacred | to the memory of | Emma Anne Cope | eldest daughter of | Arthur 
Cope Esq'- of | Ijonghall, Ireland | she died at Pisa | the 2G . of Oct. | 1831. 



To the memory of Robert Barlow | brother of Thomas Barlow | of Gibraltar 
merchant | he departed this life | the 12" [sic'] I'ebruary 1799 | aged 23 years. 



Sacred to the memory of | lohn M. Cotter and Green Tiynch | of the U. States- 
Navy, who died at sea 1817 ; this stone is erected | by their brother officers | as a 
testimony of regard | to their memory. 

Here was interred the | body of Thomas Pollok Esq"" | a citizen of New York, | 
in the United States | of America, | wlio died | at Lucca, on the 14"' | of September 
18U3. 

(jTo be continued.) 



Baton aetlls.* 

In the name of God, Amen. This Twentieth Day of May in the Year of Our 
Lord One Thousand Seven hundred twenty & seven I, James Bacon of Framsden 
in the County of Suffolk Yeoman renouncing all former Wills do make this my last 
Testament of all such reall & Personall Estates as Almighty fJod of his great good- 
ness hathe bestowed upon me in this World in Manner & form following Imprimis 
1 give 4*c. devise all my ]\Iessnagcs Lands Tenem^" & hei'editam'* both freehold and 
copyhold whatsoever wheresoever Scituate lying & being in the said County to be 
sold by my lilxccutors hereinafter named or the survivor of them or the Executor or 
l*jxecntors of such Survivor as soon as Conveniently may be after my Decease 
for the best price that can be gott for them And the moneys arising by such sale 
And by tlie sale of such part of my personall Estate as remains undisposed of by 
this my will after payment of my I)ebts Funeral Exi)ensos probate of this my Will 
it other incident Charges 1 give & devise untj &, anu)ngest the persons hei'eiimfter 
named (that is to saye) Item 1 give and devise unto (Jrace Dow my Housekeeper 
the sum ol'Two hundred and Hfty j)ounds of'Lawfnll money of Great Britain to be 
paid to her within One Yeai' after my Decease item 1 i'urther give unto the said 
(irace Dow two Dozen of the finest Najjkins & the Board Cloth to them belonging 
Two pair of the finest sheets with the Pillow Biers to them app'taining five Silver 
Spoons the Blew Curtain Bed with its Furniture as it stands on the Hall Chan^ber 

* TrmiHcribctl fruiii Ihe Ipswicli Itcf^Mstor by Rov. VV. E, Lavton, F.S.A,— concluded froD) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 71 

OnoCl.ostof Drawers staudiu- in the Kitchen Chamber ClosKet Oue Lodl' Table 
in the lall and One Dnuvin- Table in the Kitehcn. Item I give unto Mary the 
"!/"' ";!n "/. ^''T:'}^ ''^"'^^^' ^f <>'il<^^"l'>'l JIall in Baddinohan, in the said (\;unty 

hu lo k One Gold Kin- of the Value of One (Juineu and One Cupboard press in 
the Hall. Item I give to the i)oor people of Franisdcn afo.vsaid the sum of Ten 
pounds 111 Like Lawlull money to be paid to & distributed amongst them every 
year by \\ illiam List & James Culhain both of Framsden aforesaid l)y fifty shillinos 
1' unn td the whole 'lY-n pounds be paid the first Payment to (.Vmnnenee witlnn 

. one J\onMi alter my Decease. Item I give to Mdnu.nd Pain the son of liichard 

1 an. five I ounds Jo John I\rartin of Ipswich in the said Connty Cordwainer five 
i ounds lo Samuel Bacon of Framsden afores<i Five Pounds To my Cosen Fox of 
Melton in the same County Barber & Taylor Five Pounds To Mary Royst.m of 
Ipswich afores' widow Two Guineas. To William Crasey Millwright One CJuinea 
loCathenne Bacon my Kinswoman Ten Pounds All which Legacies are to be paid 
Mtinn One Year alter Decease. Jlein I give unto Hannah Bacon my Kinswoman 
the sum ol Light Pounds of Like LawfuU Money to be paid her Yearly by my said 
Lxecutors during her Life att the Feasts of 8' Michaell the Arch An^^el and the 
Annunciation of' the Blessed Virgin Mary by Even & Equal Portions in the Church 

. ijorc 1 ot i'ramsden afores'^ the first payment thereof to begin at such of the said 
feasts as siiall first happen after my Decease And after her Decease I give unto 
Kichard I ayn of Witteshara in the said County the sum of one hundred pounds. 
Mr VI ^'i^T""^°P 4V' p7<^^^'«»d M'- John Roberts Vicar of Framsden aforesaid 
M' Edward Man & M^ John Bennet a Gold Ring apiece every one of the Value of 
a (guinea in remembrance of me And I give One Guinea to Mary Dow my God 
daughter Item I Nominate Constitute and Appoint Thomas Brereton of Ilelmin^r. 
hamin the said County Gent' & the said Samuel Smith of Oakenhill Hall Executors 
of this my Will & Testamt & to each of them for their Trouble I give Ten Pounds 
desiring them to inter my Body in a decent and Christian Manner & to give untu 
he said ]\r'- Roberts One Guinea to preach a Sermon at my Funeral. Item I irive 
to Ihomas Legate John Bennet William Davey and Richard Goody my Daymen 
tUiy shilling^ „p,cce to be my Bearers. Item the Overplus money or what shall be 
remaining alter payment of my ^-aid Debts Funeral Expenses probate of this Will 
Legacies aloresaid and other incident Cluu-^^^^^ I giv, unto the said Ricliard Pain 
i\aiy the wife of Edward Simper of Helmingham aforesaid Robert Pain the Brother 
of the said Richard & Anne Upson of Ipswich aforesaid my Kinswoman to be 
equally divided ainongst them. Item whereas I have satisfied & paid the said 
Edward Siinper all such Moneys as were due from me to him upon any Account 
wliatsoever It therefore the said Edward Siinper & JIary his wife or either of them 
do claim any such Debt or Debts by Virtue of any Note writing or writin-s 
remaining in their or either of tiieir Custody and refuse to Give a General Releale 
tliereot to my said Executors then whatsoever is given to the said Edward & Mary 
or either of them by this my will shall come to be null & void anything therein 

Contained to the Contrary Notwithstanding. In Witness whereof to thil my last 

Zf,t\? T!''^T^:V''%^'''^'''''^'''^^ °^P^P«'" I the said James Bacon have 
put my Hand & Scale the day & year first above written. 

James Bacon. 
Signed sealed published & declared by the said James Bacon to be his last Will 
Ai lestam m the psence of us who in Testimony thereof have hereunto sul)scribed 
oniMiames in the psence of the Testator, Robt. ilawes, Mich' Baldrey, Hammond 

Proved at Kettleburgh 9 October 1727. 

In the name of God, Amen. I Philip Bacon of IpswC in the County of Suffolk 
h^ ' mITt"!'^' f "'"-^ ^ disposing mind & memory do make & ordaine this my 
D i, Khtll in' I'T .'" ,"^*^»"^^;^/o'-'»« f"H^'winy Imprimis I will that all my just 
Debts shall in the Inst place be hilly & honestly paid and satisfied. Item 1 give & 



72 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

devise unto Susan my beloved Wife & her heires for ever All that my Messuage or 
Tenem' & I'arm with all the houses outhouses Yards (iardcns Orchards lands tene- 
ments, hereditaincnts Sc iippurtenances w^soever whotlua- ilVecihold Cojjyhold or 
Leasehold thereunto l)elon,u,in<^ or in any wise a])pertainin^' seituate & hv\u'^ in y" 
towns of Ihiylhani X' Soniei'shani in the said (>onnty of Sullblk or in one of tlieni or 
in some otliei' town or towns thereunto near or adjoyning And also all other my 
]\IesBuages lands tenements & hereditaments whatsoeuer as well Copy & Leasehold 
as tlreehold And I do earnestly reeunrend it to my said Wife and Intrcat her forth- 
with after my decease to make her will & therehy give the said preuiises unto such 
of my children as she shall think proper and as to the rest & residue of my goods 
Chattels and personal Estate after payments of my debts ff'uneral chai'ges and 
legacies I will that the said Susan my beloved Wife shall have the use & Interest 
thereof for & during the term of her natural life And after her Decease I give and 
bequeath the same Goods Chattels & personal Estate unto such of my Children & 
in such proportions as she my said Wife by her last Will & Testament in writing 
shall nominate direct & Appoint And for want of such Nomination direction & 
appointment I give & bequeath the said Goods Chattels & personal Estate or so 
much thereof whereof no such Declaration limitation or appointment shall be made 
unto such of my Children as shall be living at the time of the Decease of my said 
Wife Equally to be divided between them And I do revoke all former wills by me 
made & do Nominate & appoint the said Susan my Wife Sole Executrix of this my 
last Will & Testament and my desire is to be buried in a very private manner & at 
as little Expence as may be. In Witnes whereof I have to this my last Will & 
Testament Contained in one Sheet of paper sett my hand & seal the ninth day of 
Se])tember in the year of our Lord 173 L 

Philip Bacon. . 

Signed sealed published & declared by the said Testator Philip Bacon as & for 
his last will and Testament in y^ presence of us who have subscribed our names as 
Witnesses hei'eunto in his presence, John ffowle, Richardson Sharpe, Peregrine Love. 

Proved at Ipswich 3 December 1734. 

In the name of God, Amen. I Richard Bacon of Great Bricett in the County 
of Sull'olk Yeoman being weak of body but of sound & disposing ]\Tind it Memory 
revoking all former & other wills by me heretofore made doe make })ublish & 
declare this my last Will & Testament in manner & form following That is to say, 
ffirst & principally I Com'end my soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping 
through y" meritts of my Saviour Jesus Christ to obtain full pardon for all my Sins 
and my body I Com'it to y'= Earth to be decently interred at the discretion of my 
Executor & Executrix hereinafter named and as touching such Worldly Estate as it 
iiatli pleased God to bless me with, I dispose of it in manner following Imprimis 
my mind & will is that all my just Debts tVuueral charges & the probate of this my 
last Will & Testament be first paid & fully satisfied. Item I give & bequeath unto 
my sou Richard Bacon all those my Messuages and tenements lands meadows 
pastures tfeedings and hereditaments whatsoever both ffreehold & Copyhold situate 
lying & being in Ringsliall Batisford and Great Bricett aforesaid in the said 
County of Suffolk for and during the term of his natural life without impeachment 
of or any manner of wast and after his decease to Richard Bacon my Grandson his 
heirs & assignes for ever upon Condition that he pay out of the rents and profits 
thereof unto my loving Wife Mary Bacon six pounds a year for the first two years 
and twelve Pouiuis a year for every year after so long as she shall live by four equal 
quarterly payments in every year & also allow her & lay her in one good load of 
wood And also that he pay twenty shillings a year to my daughter Martha Jacamin 
by two equal half yearly payments and my mind & will is that the said Estates 
before mentioned shall stand Chargeable with the aforesaid sum'es payable to my 
■said Wife & Daughter as aforesaid during their imtural lives And in case my said 
Grandson Richard Bacon shall die before he attaiue his age of one & twenty years 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOQICA ET llERALDICA. 73 

then I give the same to such eldest son as sliall be then living & in case there he no 
Son living then I give the sM Estates to Samuel Bagley my Grandson his heirs & 
assignes for ever and in case he die before he attaiiie the age of one & twenty years 
Then I give the same to such of my daughters as shall then be living to be equally 
divided amongst tlicm. Item T give twenty Pounds to my daugliter Phoebe Bagley 
to be paid within two Years next after my decease. Item I give ten Pounds to 
Samuel Haghiy my (irandson to be paid to liim when he attaine the age of one & 
twenty Years. Item I give & bequeath unto my loving Wife ]\Iary Bacon two of 
the best beds as they now stand together with as much of the linnen brass pewter 
& other ffurniture as shall be necessary to furnish two rooms for her natural life & 
after her decease to my son Richard Bacon. Item I give all my ready money debts 
bonds and other securities & all other my personal Estate whatsoever & whei'esoever 
nnto my said son Richard Bacon. And of this my last Will & Testament I doe 
Nominate and Appoint my s'd son Richard Bacon & my said Wife Mary Bacon 
Executor it lOxecutrix In Witness whin-eof T have to this my last Will it testament 
Contained in two siieets of paper sett my hand to the first sheet & my hand & seal 
to tlie last this Seventh day of January in the year of the reigne of our Souereigne 
Lord George the second by the grace of God of Great Britain ffraunce & Ireland 
King Defender of the ffaith & so forth and in the yeare of our Lord One Thousand 
Seven hundred & thirty six. 

Richard Bacon. 

Signed Sealed Published it Dcchired by the within named Richard Bacon as & 
for his last Will it 'JV'stament in the presence oi us who in his presence it at his 
retpiest have subscribed our names as Wituesses to the same, Sarah Woi'th her 
mark, Samuel tfayrs his mark, Robert Duncon. 

Proved at Ipswich 22 January 1736. 

In the name of God, Amen. I William Bacon of Bentley in the County of 
Suffolk Yeoman being weak in body but of sound & perfect memory thanks be 
given to Almighty God Do Make it Ordain this to be my last Will & Testament in 
Manner and tform IVollowing first I Com'end my soul into the Hands of Almighty 
God my Creator hoping for pardon and Remission of all my Sins & as for my body 
I Com'it it to the Earth to be decently Interr'd at the Discretion of my Executrix 
herein after named And as to that Worldly Estate with which it hathe pleased God 
to bless me with I give and dispoi;e thereof as followeth ffii'st I give it bequeath 
unto Sarah ray beloved Wife all my House and Lands with the Ajipurtenances in 
ffreston in the said County for & during her natural Life if she shall so long 
Continue a Widowe but when she Marry again or diqiart this Life Then I give the 
same to my two sons William Bacon it Samuel Bacon it to their Heirs ccpially to 
be divided "between them Also it is my Mind it AVill and I do iiereby Direct and 
Order that such of my sons as shall enjoy the Overplus of my Stock shall during 
the iiife of my said beloved Sarah pay or cause to be paid to her the full Sum'e of 
Three Pounds Yearly and every year by half Yearly Equall Payments and the 
First Payment of Thirty Shillings to be made within Six IMonths after he shall be 
possessed of such Ovei-plus Stock and Lease of the ffarm I now hold in Bently and 
Tattingstone Allso that a l{ond or Some othei' sullicient Securitie shall be given by 
such of my sons as shall enjoy the Said Lease for the Payment of the said Annuity 
of Three Pounds unto my said Wife Yearly during her Life. Item I give to my 
Two Eldest Daughters Sarah the Wife of Robert Cole And Mary the Wife of Philip 
Cole Three Pounds and Three Shillings a piece to be paid to them within One Year 
next after my Decease. Item I give to my Daughter Phebe the Sum'e of Thirty 
Pounds to be paid to her within One Year next after my Decease ffive Pounds of 
the same to be att her owne Disposing. Item I give my Daughter Hannah Bacon 
the sum'e of Thirty Pounds to be paid to her when she shall attain unto the Age 
of Twenty and one But if she dye before that Age her part to be Equally divided 
amongst the rest of my Children Also it is my Will that my Executrix shall Provide 



74 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

for my Daugliter Ilaiinali uutill she uttuiu licr Age of Sixteen Years without 
Chargitig her anything for licr board or necessarys or deducting any thing out of 
her said Legai'y of tliirty i*ounds. Item I give unto my Sun Samuel Bacon the 
siinre of Thirty Puunils to be paid liim within one Year nc.\t after iny Decease. 
Item I give unto luy Son William Bacon all my Personal Estate Consisting of 
ready ]\Ioney Bonds Bills Book Debts Plate Household (iloods Stock or of what 
other kind or Nature so ever and whore so ever after Payment of my Legacies Just 
Debts H'unerall Charges and Charges of tlie Probate of this my last Will and 
Testament And my Will is tiiat he keep the House that I have Civen unto my 
beloved Sarah in good & Teuentable Repaire And I doe hereby Nominate and 
Appoint the said Sarah my beloved AVit'c Executrix and my two sons William and 
Samuell Executors of this my last Will and Testament Kcvoking all former Wills 
and Testaments by me made. In Witness whereof I the said "William Bacon have to 
this my last AVill and Testament Contained in two sheets of pajjer to the ffirst 
thereof sett my hand and to the other my hand and Seal the third day of April in 
the Year of our liord One Thousand Seven Iluudrcd and Thirty Eight. 

AViLLiAM Bacon his marke. 

Sealed Signed Published and Declared to be the Last Will and Testament of 
the Testator in the Presence of us who have subscribed our Names as Witnesses 
thereto in the Presence of the said Testator, John llowgegow his mark, Susannah 
Marten her mark, l<]dwai'd Vernon. 

Proved at Ipswich IG April 171:3. 

In the Name of God, Amen. I Edward Bacon of Ipswich in the County of 
SulFolk Baker being though weak in Body yet of sound and Disposing mind and 
Memory blessed be God for it Do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testa- 
ment in Manner and tlbrm tlbllowing That is to say Imprimis I will that my Just 
Debts Legacies and tfunerall Charges be discharged and paid by my Executrix 
hereinafter named. Item I give and Bequeath to my son Edward Bacon the sum 
of one shilling And to each of ray other sons and Daughters the like Sum of one 
Shilling to be Paid Immediately after my Decease. Item I give and Bequeath to 
Martha my loving Wife All and Singuler the House wherein I now dwell Together 
with the Tenemcuts Yards Gardens Outhouses and Appurtenances thereunto belong- 
ing Situate and being in the Parish of S' ^largarets in Ipswich aforesaid to her own 
Proper uses and belioof for ever. Also all and Singuler my Stock Trade Money 
Bills Bonds Debts Household Goods Household Linnen and Whatsoever else I give 
to my said luving Wife whom I Constitute whole and Sole Executrix of this my last 
Will and Testament hereby Revoking all ilbrmer Wills by me made or Caused to 
be made. In AVitness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this thirteenth 
day of November in the Year of our Lord 1747. 

Edward Bacon. 

Signed Sealed Published & Declared by the abovesaid Edward Bacon for and as 
his last Will aiul Testament in the Presence of us who in his Presence set out our 
names m Witnesses, Anna Ward, James Bacon, Junior, AVilliam Keeble. 

Proved at Ipswich 12 January 1717. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALUICA. 75 



77i(! night to liiHir Arm.i. By " X." Seooiul Kdit.iuii. TiOiulon : Klliot HLock, Paternoster Row, 

TiilB Work is a rcpriiil of a Hcrios of lotterM by '• X." hciit to tlie " Saturday Uoview," aiul now 
publiblied altogetlier, witli a Preface well writteu by the aiUlior, justifying the correctness of 
iii.s articles, and which, as he says, had they been wiitton by an Otlicer of Aims, with access to 
the records of the College, the case would have been proved yet more conclusively. 

The Author mentions the well known instances where the King's licence was not obtained in 
the grant of arms in the case of Lord Hoo in 145-f-j, and which was adjudged null and void, 
and also in the previous case of Sir Robert Grosvenor v. Scrope, 13DU, when the right of appeal 
was made to the King personally, who not only decided the case, but of his own motion quashed 
the arms assigned by the Constable to Sir llobcrt, who was condemned in the costs. The 
Author, too, gives a good account of the constitution of Earl Marshal, with the original Latin 
wariant and also a translation of it, by virtue of which the Howard family had vested in it in 
perpetuity by Charles II. the jurisdiction appertaining to the office, with the grant of the 
Karldom of Norwich. From this reign to the present time the baton of office is received from 
the hands of the Sovereign to each succeeding Duke, who nominates the English Officers of 
Arms. 

From the creation of the College of Arms in lUchard III.'s reign, if not before, the officers 
seem to have had absolute control of all armorial matters in England, and the Author gives a 
copy of the earliest known Charter in th(> original lialin, as well as a translation of it. This is 
dated I Rich.ud III., at Westminster. He also gives a copy of the warrant for the preparaticju 
of the i)resent Norroy's I'atent, granted by Her Majesty to William Henry Wcldou. Es(i., 
and dated 1.") March 18i)S. Chapter V. gives the history iif the Visitations fiom l.')8U to lliSUJ 
which were instituted iiot so much to publish the names of those liaving the right to arms, as to 
punish and " undce infamous " by proclamation all manner of persons unlawfully " usurping any 
manner of title, dignity, or worship, as esquire or gentleman." The Author is unable to give the 
proofs the heralds required, but he surmises that all arms which could be shewn to have been in 
use prior to the Battle of Agincourt were accepted; these adopted since were subject to various 
tests, as the Visitations were intended as a protection to those who lawfully possessed the right 
of using arms. Any one using arms without the right of doing so was compelled to write a 
disclaimer over his own signature, and was tined £40 or so. The volume embraces an account 
of the arms borne in Scotland and Ireland, also of foreign arms, and concludes with a chapter of 
popular fallacies, wherein the Author gives credit to the officers of the College of Arms, in which 
we can concur, for in all the various offices we can affirm that nothing seems to be withheld, but 
that all the gentlemen disregard any trouble so long as they can furnish information to the many 
persons continually applying to them. 



GliUon Guthrie : a Monograjjh. Edited by C. E. Guthrie Wkight. London : Blackwood 

and Sons, 1!)UU. 

This book is founded on two manusciipts, one begun in 1712 and ended 1730, the later one 
copied in LSI 2 by Guthrie's grandson, who modernized the spelling. The Bishop of Edinburgh 
has written an interesting Introduction, wherein he states that Guthrie introduced the English 
i'rayi'r IU)ok at Hreehin in 1711, at a time of great peisecution against it, for the Rev. James 
(ireenshields was sununoned before the Presbytery of Edinburgh ; the magistrates supported it, 
and he was thrown into the common jail. He appealed to the Court of Session, and finally to 
the House of Lords, which reversed the decision of the Court of Session. 

The account Gideon Guthrie gives of his early life is very interesting, and his persecution 
by his own countrymen for his freedom of opinion. Those conversant with the similar phases 
the Scotch churches have passed through since Guthrie's time, upwardsof 20U years ago, need not 
think that more severity was exercised then than during the early part of 1800 ; but that in 1900 
there should be a combination of Scotch churches brought about is an interesting fact which 
we can only suppose to be generated in the same spirit that has made all Australia into one 
confederacy, and induced the young men of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand to fight 
alongside their British countrymen in South Africa. 

The Work will be nu)st interesting to young Scotchmen of either of the Churches, and is got 
up in a very neat way by the I'ubli.shers, the collotypes of Gideon Guthrie's two sons and graiul- 
ilaughter aiul great-granildaughter, Mrs. Thomson Bonar, being well done. There are also three 
pedigrees given at the end which render the family history more complete. It is well worth 
securing, ami its price of 5s. will go towards the Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute for Nurses. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



A Jifcord of the Ifrcles, of Burton Court, Berks. By COMPTON Reade. Hereford : Jakcman 
iiiul Carver, Hiuli Towu. 

This is a quarto volume, nicely bound in white, with the Reade Arms in gold and scarlet on side, 
and printed on an antique paper. The Editor writes a very good preface, giving full particulars 
of how he worked up his material, and stating that he could master must details of the English 
branches, but was only able to give a skeleton outline of the American line. He begins 
Chaiiter I. with an account of Thomas Rede (whose wife, Anne Hoo, claimed descent from 
Henr}' I.), whu died ]P>'A'>, and was founder of the line associated with Barton Ccnirt, the ancient 
Palace of the Abbots of Abingdon. Chapters II. and 111. are devoted to Sir 'J'homas Reaiie and 
his issue, his second son marrying, in 1(524, Maiy, second daughter of Sir Thomas Cornewall, 
who shews descent from King John, and also from John of Gaunt through Anne Lyttelton, 
daughter of Sir Gilbert Lyttelton. Fo.ster, in his "Royal Descents," gives another royal line 
from Edward L Why the Editor has made such a hash in giving the pedigree of Mary 
Cornewall we cannot tell, because other pedigrees are plain enough, but hers in Chapter IV. ia 
quite unintelligible, and so we leave it. The Shipton line is shewn in Chapter V., through Sir 
Comptou Reade marrying Mary, daughter of Sir Gilbert Cornewall, from whom Edward the 
second Baronet was born, whose sons Winwood and Thomas were third and fourth Baronets, Sir 
Thomas having a .son John the fifth Baionet, from whoai was John the sixth, and his son John 
Chandos became the seventh Baronet, who.se great-nephew became the eighth Baronet in 1851, 
and another gieat-nophew George Compton the ninth Baronet. 

In Chapter VII. is shewn the later l|)sden line, from John Reade marrying Anna Maria, 
daughter of Major Scott-Waring, in 17'Jl>, of whom there arc eight royal descents given. In our 
present number (p. 51S) is given his descent from ancestors of Shrewsbury and of Scot's Hall, co. 
Kent. From John and Anna Maria Reade of Ipsden sprang as the youngest child Charles Reade 
the novelist, llie author defending him against the criticisms of i\Ir. Kent in the " Dictionary 
of Matioiial Biography." The account given of the well-known novelist and playwright is 
but scanty, the plan of the book making it impossible to enlarge it ; but we are referred to the 
Memoir published in 1887. 

Tlie Work would have been greatly improved had it not been so compressed in appearance, 
as it looks as if a vast amount of matter had to be S(iueezed into as small a type and as close as 
if it were a half-penny newspaper. Even the I'refacc is in a small tyjte, closely set, and the 
whole Ijook is spoilt by this' undue compression, which would not have been done had the 
compilers had any experience of issuing family histories. The binding is neat, while the 
jjcdigrees given could have been improved before being printed in the way in which they are 
shewn. There are twenty-four royal descents in all, and yet no Index of names given I Some 
family portraits are reproduced, but they might have been improved had they been placed in 
more experienced hands. 



I'Jie Journal of the Ex Lihris Siwlety. Vol. X., April to June 1900. A. and C. Black, 
Soho Square. 

These three Parts are as diverse and as interesting as their predecessors. The April number 
has the arms of Dr. John Stokes, depicting an aged philosopher reading by an oil lamp, and the 
moon and stars on his right, which might be intended as illuminating the mind ; it has besides 
eight Urn bookplates, and a reputed Be.vick plate is given belonging to a printer in Newcastle. 

The May Tart is the best published, we believe, in all the ten volumes. The cbasteness of the 
Maniucss of DulVeiin's bookplate, by Mr. Wyon, nn\kes it form a good frontispiece ; and with an 
a(hlitional plate singularly origiinil of Mr. Cyprien Gourand's, shewing his own portrait and tiiat 
of his dog. and also a rci)rcsentation of his chateau, besides the plate of the Library of the 
University of Missouri, engraved by Mr. Winfred Spenceley of Boston— as fair a sample of good 
drawing as one needs to see. These plates, besides others for identification, make the Part 
exceptionally good. 

The June I'art fails to attract after its showy predecessor, but it has three plates of Bishop 
White Kenneth, arranged as many of the Irish plates are, with books piled up as bearers to the 
arms ; of the three we prefer the first given. Two plates, shewn through the kindness of Count 
zu Leiningen-Westerburg, shew at once a great contrast between the periods they were done in — 
1743 and 1898. The plates for identification now run up to 421, that of 411) shewing a fine 
example of mantling aiound a knight's helmet. 



*,"* Boohs for Bcciew and Notices of Fvrthcomiiuj Worlcs should he addressed to the 
I'tiblishimj OJicc, IJO Wardovr Street, London, W. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEUALDICA. 77 

THE FRENCH HUGUENOT REFUGEE FAMILY OF DESOARRIERES.* 



Anncde Jon- 
con it, (lied 
1(><J;5. 1st 
wile. 



-Jean Dcscarricros of St. Qnciitin (said: 
to 1)0 dcscoiidod from »SjuiiK(»ii Dch- 
curricroH, J\)iirHuivuiit ut Ai'ins to 
Louis XIIL, IGM); died in London 
July 170L Adni'on granted to son 
Jean. (P.C.C.) 



; Elizabeth, daughter 
of Jacob Hallo ; 
married at I'ariH 
20 December lGi)5, 
then aged 20. 2nd 
wife. 



Jean DeBcar-=T=Rachel, daughter of Daniel 



rieres of St. 
Quentin,Pic- 
ardy, born 



1GG7; 
172G. 



died 



Hayne and Marie Le Grand 
of St. Quentin, born 16G5 ; 
married at the Church of 
La Patente, Spitalfields, 15 
February 1G91 ; died 1734. 



I 
Abraham 
Descar- 
rieres of 
St. Quen- 
tin, born 
1G83; 
died 1755. 



Adrian 
Des- 
car rieres. 

James 

Des- 

carrieres. 



A daughter, 

Jacob, son 
of Jacob 
Harle. 



Peter Descarrieres, 
born 14 July and 
baptized at the 
Church of La Pa- 
tente 17 July 1G95. 



Simon Des- David Descarrieres of Duke Street,= 

carrieres, Spitalfields, Silk-weaver, born 1705 ; 

born 1701 ; died 29 December 1775, aged 71. 

died 1740. Will proved 15 January 177G. 



mar- 
ried 
1730. 



David Descarrieres. Isaac Vandome=pElizabeth Susan, Mary. 

I died a7ife 1770. 

Elizabeth, born 22 July and baptized at Bethnal Green IG August 1763. 



John Descarrieres, born 1692 ; died 1737.=r Esther Dupond, born 1692; married 



Will dated 17 
8 Ai>ril 1737. 



March 173G-7 ; proved 



1714 ; 
1771. 



died 1770. Will proved 9 Jan, 



Matthew Le= 
Bailly, born 
1712; died 
1758. Pro- 
bate 1 7 April 
1758.(P.(IC., 
102, llut- 
ton.) 1st 
husband. 

A 



=Mary, born=Nicholas, son of Nicholas John Descar- 

1719; mar- Tamps, widower ; married rieres, born 

ried 1747 ; at St. Matthew's, Bethnal 1723; died 11 

died 1799. Green, by Licence, 24 March 1784, 

January 17G0 ; died 27 aged GO ; bur. 

November 1773, aged 51 ; at Stepney. 

buried at Spitallields. Pro- Pi'obatc 7 

bate 14 December 1773. April 1784. 

(P.C.C, 493, Stevens.) 

2nd husband. b 



=Mary 
Snow, 
born 
1710; 
mai-- 
rial 
174 9; 
died 
1799. 



VOL. IV. 



* Communicated by WiLLIAM BbADBBOOK, M.R.C.S. 
SERIES III. 



78 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA El IIERALDICA. 



A| 



Thomas, son of John: 
aiul Miivy BalUmce of 
Rcthnal Green, born 
7 August and bap- 
tized 25 August 174!); 
died 20 March 1842. 



:Mary, born 11 
January 1753 ; 
mar. at Shore- 
ditch Church 24 
March 1778; 
died G February 
1835. 



I 
John Descarrieres 
Smart, born 5 
July 177G; died 
25 Jan. 1780 ; 
buried at Stepney. 



William, son=pMary, born Ann, 
of Thomas 1750 ; mar. born 
at Bishops- 1755 ; 
gate Churcli died 
31 August 17Gi). 
1775; died 
20 Novem- 
ber 1811. 



of Thomas 
Smart of 
Bethnal 
(liecu, born 
1751 ; died 
25 July 181 G. 



I I 

William Smart, born 
25 April 1778 ; died 
2 December 1771). 

William Smart, born 
2G February 1780. 



Thomas Smart,- 
born 4 March 
1785; died 2G 
July 1858. 



-Mary Berry, born 
3 August 1783 ; 
married 31 May 
180G; died 29 
November 1849. 



David Des- 
carrieres. 
Under 50 
years old in 
177G. 



Mary 



Bus- 
well. 



Mary Convent, mar-= 
ried at St. Matthew's, 
Hethnal Oreeu, 15 
.June 1755 ; buried 
at Bethnal Green IG 
Julyl7Gl-. 1st wife. 



Peter Renvoize of Beth-= 
nal Green, died 15 July, 
aged 51), and buried at 
Bethnal Green 21 July 
171)0. Probate 2G July 
1790. 



=Ann,mar. at Bethnal 
Green 8 Aug. 17G2, 
by Jjiceuce ; died 17 
July, aged GG, "and 
buried at Bethual 
Green 24 July 1787. 
2nd wife. 



r Re 



Peter Renvoize of Green= 
Street, Bethnal Green, 
died 25 January 1842 ; 
buried at Bethnal Green. 
M.l. Probate 8 March 
1842. 



■Mary, daughter of Jacob and Mary Delaforce ; 
born 21 September and baptized at Bethnal 
Green 29 September 1756 ; married at Hack- 
ney Church 2G August 1784; died 17 Sep. 
1832, aged 7G ; buried at Bethnal Green. 



Peter Renvoize, born IG October and baptized 12 November 1786"}' 
died 30 December 1794 ; buried at Bethnal Green 8 January 1795. 



Jean Descarrieres, lately of St. Quentin, France, 
son John July 1701. (P.C.C, f. 118.) 



Administration granted to 



Mary ITaine, widow, of the Artillery Ground, Tower Hamlets, London. Will 
dated 22 May 1735. Abraham and Daniel Hayne, sons, each £100 3% annuities. 
John Haine, my grandson, £10. Mary, wife of Michael Papineam, my grand- 
daughter, £90. Mary, my daughter, wife of Lawrence Vervaak, £100. Three sons 
of Mary Vervaak, Daniel, Jacob, Abraham. Anne, my daughter, wife of Peter Surel, 
£100. Mary Magdalen, my daughter, widow of Peter Lucas, £70. John des 
Carrieres and David des Carrieres, £50 between them. ' Peter and Simon des 
Carrieres, £50. Samuel Hanchare £20. Benjamin Marechal (a minoi'), £20. 
•Daniel Haine residuary legatee. Ex'ors, Abr'am and Dan. Haine. 

Translated from the French 23 July 173G. 

Probate 2G July 1736. (P.C.C, 154, Derby.) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 79 

John Descarrieres of Stepuey. Will dated 17 March 1736-7. Wife Esther 
sole ex'or. ]\rention made of children, Mary, John, Ann, David. 
Witnesses: Ahrahiim and Daniel Hayne. (P.C.C.) 
Ti'aiislated from the French by P. (h'espi^ny, NuLaiy Public, ];$ April 1737. 

Mathieu Lk MauAjY of Hethnal Green. Will dated 14 March 1758. Notre aide 
soit an nom de Dien. Mary Le Bailly, wife, to have all nnless she marry again, then 
tiie " child " to have all ; if both die then the brother and sister of my wife and their 
issne to divide eqnally. 

10 April 1758. John Descarrieres, weaver, of Bethnal Green, and David 
Descarrieres, Junr., weaver, took oath that the above nnwitncssed will was in the 
writing of Mathien Le Bailly. 

Translated from the French by P. Crespigny, Notary Pnblic, 11 April 1758. 
(P.C.C, 102, Hutton.) 

Esther Descarrieres of St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, widow. Will dated 
8 Jan. 1761. To daughter Mary, wife of Nicholas Tamps, one quarter of the value 
of the estate except household goods and apparel ; if Mary Tamps die her daughter 
Mary'Le Bailly to inherit, and if the latter die the share to go to my other tlu-ee 
children, viz., John, David, and Ann, wife of Peter llenvoize. A quarter left to each 
of the other three under the same conditions. Sons John and David to have the 
business. The two daughters £20 each for mourning. Apparel and household goods 
to be divided according to the judgment of the ex'ors. Sons John and David ex'ors. 

Proved 9 Jan. 1771. (P.C.O.) 

Nicholas Tamps of Swan St., Bethnal Green, weaver. Will dated 25 Nov. 1773. 
William Vandome, my brother-in-law, to have all my wearing apparel. My sister 
Mary, wife of William Vandome, my silver buckles and buttons and all my rings 
except my wife's brother's ring. All the rest to my wife Mary Tamps, sole ex'or. 

Witnesses : James liivaut, Peter Renvoize. 

Proved 14 Dec. 1773. (P.C.C, 493, Stevens.) 

David Descarrieres, weaver, of the Artillery Ground in the Liberty of the 
Tower of London. A mourning ring to my cousin Mary Robinson, and £5 to my 
servant. £500 in trust for granddaughter Elizabeth Vandome, the daughter of 
Elizabeth Susan Vandome (testator's daughter). Hopes my son David and 
daughter Mary will jointly carry on my business. Testator's clothing, etc., to his 
son, and his late wife's clothing to his daughter. Ex'ors and residuary legatees, son 
David and daughter Mary. 

Proved 15 Jan. 1770. (P.C.C.) 

John Descarrieres of St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, weaver. Will dated 
22 Aug. 1770. Funeral to be as quiet as can be : to be buried if possible with his 
daughter Nancy (at St. Dunstan's, Stepney). Leaves all to his wife IMary, except 
£125 to his daughter Mary Smart, llis house on the south side of St. Thomas 
Street to his wife and then to his daughter Mary and her children, and if they die 
to his brother David. £100 to his grandson .John Descarrieres Smart. Brother 
David to have £10 and to be ex'or with the widow. [No witnesses.] 

May the Lord bless you all and give you a right judgment in all things. 

5 April 1784. Peter Renvoize, Senr., and Peter llenvoize, Junr., made affidavit 
that the above will was in the handwriting of John Descarrieres. 

Probate granted 7 April 1784. (P.C.C.) 

Peter Renvoiz^ of Bethnal Green. Will mentions his daughter Mary Buswell, 
his son Peter, and grandson Peter Renvoize, his cousins James and John Renvoize, 
and his sister-in-law Mary Tamps. Ex'ors, son Peter Renvoize and brother-in-law 
David Descarrieres. 

Witnesses : John Bampton, Joseph Cadogan, D. Delacourt. 

Proved 20 July 179t>. (P.C.C.) 

U 2 



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80 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET nERALDICA. 

Pkter Kenvoiz^ of BuLlnial (iruen. Will daLud 2 Nov. 1841. Left to 
" Parniiter's Foundation School " £500 capital bank stock of the Governor and 
Company of the Bank of England, and hoped that the tioaKnrcr and trustees and 
their successors will not object to keep my family vault in Bettiiial (lr(;en churchyard 
and the tomb thereof always in good repair and condition. Also lefi £10 tu the 
master of the school, £5 to each of the almspeople, and 58. to each buy attending the 
school at the testator's death, all free of legacy duty. Also other bequests to charities. 
J']x'<»rs, Thomas Howard, William Kinch, Robert IJrutton. 

Proved at the Principal Probate Registry 8 March 1842. 

[A portrait in oils of Mr. Peter Renvuize was presented to Parmiter's School, 
Approach Road, Bethnal Green, on 27 Oct. 1888 by his three great-nieces, the 
daughters of the late Thomas Howard, viz., Mrs. James Robbins, Mrs. Thomas 
Frederick Bradbrook, and Miss Eliza Howard.] 



Entries from Bethnal Green Register. 

1750 April 23 Abraham, son of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt.; 
age 9 days. 

1757 Mar. 28 Mary, dauf of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt. ; age 

IG days. 

1758 May 1 Abraham, son of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt. ; age 

23 days. 

1759 July 27 Elizabeth, dauf of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt. ; 

age 40 days. 
17 GO Nov. 3 Abraham, son of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt. ; 

age 27 days. 
17G2 Mar. 15 Sarah, dauf of David Descarrieres, weaver, and Mary, bapt. ; age 

35 days. 
17G2 July 8 Isaac, son of Isaac Vandome, weaver, and Eliz. Susanna, bapt. ; 

age 18 days. 
17G3 Aug. IG Eliz. Susanna, dauf of Isaac Vandome, weaver, and Eliz. Susan., 

bapt. ; age 25 days. 

1763 Sep. 22 Martha, dauf of David and Mary Descarrieres, weaver, bapt. ; age 

IG days. 
17G5 Aug. 3 Mary,daufof Isaac Vendome and Eliz. Susanna,bapt.; age21 days. 
17G9 Mar. G Abraham John, son of David and j\rury Descarrieres, bapt, ; age 

22 days. 
1772 Jan. 2G Isaac, son of Isaac Vandome, weaver, and Ann, bapt. ; born 3 Jan. 
1757 IMay 13 Abraham Descarrieres, bur. 
1759 Oct. 25 Abraham Descarrieres, bur. 
1770 Mar. 8 Mary Dickson or Decarier, bur. 
1772 Oct. 1 Sarah Discarries, bur. 
1774 Feb. 14 Jams. Desci rears, bur. 
1805 Oct. 20 Mary Descarrieres, bur. 



Register of Church of La Patente, Spitalfields. 
Marriage. 
1091 15 Fev. Le Sieur Jean DeCarriere de St, Quentin, f. de Jean Descarrieres 
et d'Anne Joncourt : et Dam"'' Rachel Hayne, (f. de Daniel 
Ilayne et Marie Le Grand, aussi de St. Quentin. 

Baptism, 
1095 17 Juil. Pierre, f. de Jean des Carriere de Cinquantin en Picardye, et de 
Rachelle llaine: p'' par Samuel Haine & Madelaine de Jon- 
court, femme dc Jacob Laluu. Nc le 14. 

(Sig.) Des Oaririss. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 8l 

Eap of Suffolk/ ; . 



Stansfikld, Suffolk. •'' •' ^' " •"- 

Baptisms. 

g. 28 " Audre fil' Ro' Eiiered." 
Thoin.is Evcred s. of Thomas & Margaret. 
John Ray s. of John. ,^ 

Henry Ray s. of John & Margaret. '*'' 

John Ray s. of Daniel & Hester. 
Robert Ray s. of Daniel & Hester. 
Daniel Ray s. of Daniel & Hester. ■'^ 

Daniel Ray s, of Daniel & Hester. 
Samuel Ray s. of Daniel & Hester. 
Nathaniel Ray s. of Daniel & Hester. 
Elizabeth Ray d, of Daniel & Hester. ^^ ■ ' 
Ambrose Ray s. of Clement & Mary. 
Mary Ray d. of Clement & Mary. r - *. 

Joseph Ray s. of Clement & Mary. 

Isaac Ray a. of Clement, minister, & Mary (born 27 June) [.s/>]. 
Elizabeth liay d. of Clement, minister, & Mary (horn \[ Nov.). 
(Jeorge Hay 8. of (element, minister, & Mary (born 2 Dec.). 
Samuel Ray s. of Clement, minister, & Mary (born 7 Dec). 
Ambrose Everard s. of George & Anne. 
Samuel Ray s. of Samuel & Martha. 
Martha Ray d. of Samuel & Martha. 
Robert Ray s. of Samuel & Martha. 
Mary Ray, bastard dau. of Martha Ray & NicholaB Bridge. 

Marriages. 

Robert Everett & Margery Gilmaa. 

Robert Rose & Mary Euerard, both single. 

Erederick Gibb, Bachelor of Divinity, & Martha Euerard, single. 

Robert Ray k Mary Busy. 

(Jiles Steward of liargrave, wid^", & Elizabeth Ray of Stansfield, 

single. 
Nicholas Bridge, bach^ & Martha Ray, single. 
Samuel Ray, bach'', & Mary Ray, widow. 
Sarah Ray, spr., & Riciianl Bratt, wid''. 
Daniel liay of Hundon & Mary Tevenson of the same. 
John Ray &, Elizabeth Adams, both of Stansfield. 
AVilliam Linly & Rose Everard, both of Stansfield. 
Ambioso Everard & Sara Westrop, both of Boxted. (Licence.) 

Burials. 
•il G John Euered. 
Susanna llaie, wife of John. 
]\Iargaret Raie, wife of John. 
John Hay s. of Daniel & Hester. 
Daniel Itay s. of Daniel. 

Communicated bj G. Milneii-Gibson-Oullom, Esq., F.S.A.— continued from p. 44. 



1 Edw. VI. 


Ai 


1572 


July 


G 


1620 


Oct. 


18 


162f 


Jan. 


24 


1628 


Dec. 


3 


1629 


Dec. 


17 


163i 


Jan. 


31 


1633 


May 


9 


1G35- 


- Oct. 


3 


lG3f 


Jan. 


24 


1612 


July 


7 


1050 


Nov. 


7 


1651 


Dec. 


2 


1653 


]\fay 


1 


1651 


June 


20 


1655 


Nov. 


17 


1 657 


Dec. 


10 


1658 


Dec. 


16 


1666 


Mar. 


29 


1668 


July 


19 


16f^ 


Jan. 


30 


1671 


Aug. 


13 


1702 


Sep. 


6 


1516 


Nov. 


3 


162i 


Feb. 


28 


1630 


Oct. 


19 


K-'U 


Feb. 


5 


168 A 


Feb. 


12 


1702 


Oct. 


1 


1710 


Sep. 


2ij 


1721 


June 


1 


1726 


May 


3 


1727 


Oct. 


31 


1728 


Oct. 


22 


172| 


Mar. 


2 


VAss 


.VI. 


Ap 


1620 


Oct. 


20 


162^ 


Jan. 


26 


1623 


.lau. 


21 


163i 


l<'eb. 


2 



iO>f 



82 MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Nathaniel llay s. of Daniel. 

Elizal)cth Hay d. of Clement, minister, & Mary. 

Daniel Uaye. 

Anne Everard wife of M"" George Everard. 

Widow Ray. 

Daniel Ray "0<]elebs et fere septuagenarius." 

]\Iary, bastard dan. of Martha Ray & Nicholas Bridg 

Mary Everard wife of John. 

Elizabeth Ray. 

John Everard. 

Samnel Ray. 

Jane Ray, widow of Samuel. 

Richard Everard of Wickhambrook. 



Kill 


May 


IG 


1 055 


Nov. 


23 


1001 


May 


17 


l^n 


Feb. 


11 


1073 


Nov. 


4 


1702 


June 


3 


17U2 


Sep. 


9 


1707 


^lay 


2G 


1727 


Nov. 


12 


1731 


Feb. 


7 


nu 


June 22 


1748 


Dec. 


21 


1759 


June 


20 



Stanstead, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 

John Raye s. of George. 

Samuel Raye s. of Samuel & Margaret. 

John Raye s. of Samuel & Margaret. 

(? Elizabeth) Raye d. of Samuel Si, Margaret. 

George Ray s. of Samuel & Margaret. 

Elizabeth Farrow d. of John Ray Farrow & Elizabeth. 

Susannali Cullum d. of Jeremiah & Susannah. 

Sarah CuHiun d. of Jeremiah & Susannah. 

Hannah Cullum d. of Jeremiah & Susannah. 

Marriages. 

1693 Oct. 17 Richard Web and Mary Raye. 

1711 Sep. 18 John Hill of Ilundon and Elizabeth Ray. 

1750 Dec. 20 John Ray Farrow and Elizabeth Boreham. 

Burial. 
1720 April 21 M' Isaac Ray,* Rector (buried at Den . . .). 



1591 


Jan. 


9 


172^ 


Feb. 


27 


1723 


Dec. 


31 


172G 


July 


10 


1727 


Aug. 


23 


1751 


]\Ia> 


25 


1779 


June 





1781 


April 


29 


1781 


Mai-. 


7 



Stradishall, Suffolk. 

Baptisms. 

John Ray s. of Richard. 
Robert Ray s. of Richard. 
Thomas Raye s. of Richard. 
Henry Raye s. of Richard. 
Richard Raye. 
Rrigit Raye d. of Richard. 
Ambruse Raye s. of liichard. 
Abra' Raye. 
Aune Raye. 

Samuel Raye s. of Richard. 
]\Iartha Ray d. of William. 
Mmj Ray d. of William. 
Anne Raye d. of William. 

Isaac Riiy lirsL appcard as Rector ia lG6li. There are no cutrio3 of any of liia family. 



1506 


Aug. 


7 


150| 


Jan. 


5 


157f 


Mar. 


17 


1572 


June 


7 


157 A 


Feb. 


7 


157^ 


Jan. 





1579 


Aug. 


9 


1580 


Dec. 


1 


158i 


Mar. 


3 


1580 


Dec. 


11 


100^ 


Mar. 


-1 


lOOf 


Mar. 


3 


1007 


l\Iay 


28 



IfilO 


Nov. 


13 


IC.l-i 


Nov. 


29 


Kilf) 


Jan. 


I 


ni{5 


l<'0l). 


k; 


i(;;}2 


Deo. 


18 


1035 


April 


1 30 


1(537 


An- 


27 


1639 


Nov. 


1 


l(!|a 


Mar. 


7 


1G77 


Aug. 


26 


107^ 


Mar. 


22 


1G82 


May 


28 


lG8f 


Feb. 


26 


168f 


Feb. 


26 


1592 


Aug. 


23 


1592 


Oct. 


3 


16U 


Jan. 


25 


1621 


Aug, 


1 


1638 


May 


7 


1633 


Oct. 


23 


1583 


Aug, 


28 


1608 


Nov. 


11 


1610 


Jan. 


9 


1618 


Feb. 


20 


1626 


Nov. 


8 


1627 


Mar. 


27 


1628 


Oct. 


23 


162^ 


Fob. 


19 


1631 


April 


21 


1643 


Dec. 


13 


1687 


July 


8 


1689 


Ai)ril 


26 


1689 


July 


19 


1690 


June 


9 


1704 


Jan. 


13 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UERALDICA. 83 

Richard Kaie s. of William. 

IMaiy Raie d. of Richard. 

Susan Raie d. of Jviehard. 

Sarah liaie d. of iiicluird & Susan. 

John Ray s. of John it l*jlizabeth. 

Richard Ray s. of John & Flizal^eth. 

Fiizabeth Ray d. of John & Kli/.abeth. 

Edward Ray s. of John & Elizabeth. 

Mary Ray d. of John & Elizabeth. 

John Ray s. of John. 

Joseph Wray [?] s. of Richard. 

Mary Ray d. of Richard. ... , 

IVIary Ray d. of John \_sic']. 

Martha Ray d. of John [sjc], • 

Marriages. 

William Raye & Joane Rowninge, 
John Ray & Anne French. 
Josias Seffray & Elizabeth Raie. 
Richard Avis & Elizabeth Raie. 
Thomas Rowning & Mary Ray. 
George Griggs & Susan Ray. 

Burials. 
George Raye. 
Mary Ray d. of William. 
Richard Raie. 
Sarah Raie d. of Richard. 
Rose Ray (buried at Denston). 
Mother Ray. 
William Raye's wife, 
liichard Ray s. of 'riiomas. 
John Ray of Farley. 
John Ray. 

Martha Raye d. of John. 

Richard & Martha Raye s. &, d. of Richard & Martha. 
The widow Raye. 

Riciiard Raye s. of Richard & Martha. 
Richard Raye. 



166| 


Mar. 


18 


1685 


Dec. 


26 


1681 


Feb. 


2 


16|^ 


Mar. 


8 


1696 


April 


7 


1625 


Oct. 


4 


1630 , 


, May 


6 


1635 


April 


30 


1695 


Sep. 


25 



Whepstead, Suffolk. 

Baptisms. 

Samuel Wray s. of Samuel & Marian. 
John Ray s. of John & Elizabetli. 
Elizabeth d. of John &. Elizabeth. 
Mary Ray d. of John &■ Elizabeth. 
Susan Ray d. of John & Elizabeth. 

Marriages. 

Daniel Ray & Hester Hyndes. 

John Ray & Margaret, daughter of Henry Nunne. 

John Cooke &, Martha Ray. 

John Fiiiton & Mary Ray. 



,LU 



84i MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Burials. 
1642 May 19 Richard Ray. 
1G48 April IG Elizubuth Wray, widow. 
lOf;;] Nov. 28 Margaret wife of John Wray. 
1057 (Jan. — Mar.) llcury Wray s. oi' John of Wickhambrook. 
1G0| Jan. 5 Samuel Wray b. of Samuel. 
ICVO Aug. y Samuel Ray. 
l()«i Nov. 2G Elizabeth Ray of Ilorningshearth. 
1702 May 5 Samuel Ray, yeoman. 



1593 


Dec. 


26 


Von 


Jan. 


12 


159^ 


Feb. 


12 


1598 


Aug. 


3 


1600 


]\Iay 


1 


1G02 


May 


18 


160| 


Feb. 


17 


1G05 


June 29 


IGOG 


July 


15 


1G()7 


June 


3 


1G07 


Oct. 


8 


1G08 


Aug. 


11 


1G12 


June 


4 


1G13 


May 


G 


1G13 


Aug. 


12 


1G14 


Nov. 


10 


1615 


Oct. 


1 


1G16 


April 21 


IGH 


Mar. 


21 


1621 


Aug. 


23 


lG2t 


Jan. 


9 


1021 


July 


11 


1G24 


Nov. 


24 


1627 


April 18 


1627 


Aug. 


25 


1621 


Feb. 


10 


1G2S 


Feb. 


26 


1629 


Aug. 


19 


1631 


May 


5 


1631 


Sep. 


22 


1633 


Sep. 


12 


1633 


Oct. 


1 


1635 


Oct. 


14 


1635 


Dec. 


10 


1636 


June 24 


1636 


Sep. 


14 


1638 


May 


15 


16^3- 


Mar. 


8 


1G12 


Oct. 


22 


IGU 


May 


19 


1611 


Oct. 


20 


1649 


Oct. 


2 


1651 


April 


13 



Wickhambrook, Suffolk. 
Baptisms. 

Anne Raye d. of John. 

John Raye s. of John. 

John Raye s. of John. *• 

Mary Raye d. of John. 

Clement Ray s. of John. 

Elizabeth Ray d. of John. 

Elizabeth Ray d. of Richard. 

Judith Ray d. of Henry. 

Elizabeth Ray d. ol" Ambrose, p., 

Samuel Ray s. of John. 

Martha Ray d. of Richard. 

Stephen- Ray s. of Ambrose. 

Samuel Raye s. of Thomas. 

Mary Raye d. of Ambrose. 

Sara Raye d. of John. 

Awdrye Raye d. of Thomas. 

Ester Ray d. of Ambrose. 

Daniel Raye s. of Thomas. 

Helen Ray d. of Ambrose. 

Abigail Ray d. of Ambrose. 

Martha Ray d. of John. 

Samuel Ray s. of Ambrose. 

John Ray s. of John. 

Clement Ray s. of John. 

Sarah Ray d. of Ambrose. 

Anne Ray d. of John. 

Sarah Ray d. of John. 

Martha Fuise d. of John. 

John Raye s. of John. 

Anne Raye d. of John. 

Walter Ray s. of John the younger. 

Richard Ray s. of John the elder. 

Katharine Riise d. of John. 

Richard Ray s. of John the younger. 

Mary Raye d. of John the elder. 

Anne Rase d. of John. 

Nathanael Ray s. of John the elder. 

Elizabeth Ray d. of John. 

Joseph Ray s. of John the elder. 

Henry Ray s. of John the younger. 

Clement Ray s. of John the elder. 

Elizabeth Ray d. of Samuel & Marian. 

Marian Ray d. of Samuel & Marian. 



IGGO 


July 


21 


1GG8 


Aug. 


27 


1GG8 


Sep. 


2 


1G70 


July 


15 


1G72 


June 


20 


1G75 


Mar. 


26 


1675 


April 22 


167-^ 


Jan. 


11 


1677 


July 


17 


1679 


July 


3 


1702 


Dec. 


30 


170| 


Feb. 


9 


1707 


July 


5 


170| 


Feb. 


8 


17V3 


Jan, 


23 


1712 


April 17 


17H 


Feb. 


7 


iJU 


Feb. 


28 


158| 


Feb. 


27 


151)1 


Feb. 


7 


1 GOO 


Dec. 


4 


IGOO 


■ Dec. 


4 


1G08 


May 


5 


1G14 


Oct. 


13 


1616 


Nov. 


14 


1620 


Aug. 


10 


1620 


Dec. 


20 


1621 


Oct. 


10 


l(i;}0 


Dec. 


2 


1634 


Nov. 


11 


1685 


Sep. 


29 


1637 


]\Iay 


1 


1644 


Sep. 


12 


167| 


Jan, 


10 


1682 


Nov. 


23 


1701 


Nov. 


11 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEIIALDICA. 85 

Sarah Ray d. of Samuel & Marian. 
Walter Ray s. of Walter. 
John Ray s. of John. 
Elizabeth Ray d. of Walter. 

Robert Ray K. of Robert. ^ 

Martha Ray d. of John. 

John Ray s. of Robert. 

Margaret Kay d. of John. 

Mary Ray d. of Robert. : '\',vv, 

Richard Ray s. of John. 

John Ray s. of John & IMary. 

Anne Raye d. of Richard & Susan. 

Mary Raye d. of John & Mary. ;,„ , 

Susan Ray d. of Richard & Susan. 

Robert Ray s. of John & ]\rary. 

Margaret Ray d. of John & Mary. ,.;: 

Richard Ray s. of Richard & Susan. 

Mary Ray d. of Richard & Susan. i ,'v „..,.g,,, ,vT 



Marriages . 



m .^in"Ui:»au:n, 



Robert Raye and Alice Webbe. . _ , . ■,.,,-» r, vr<, ■ k r^ji-^ 

M-atthew II awes and Mary Raye. 
Thomas Ray ^t lOlizabelh Houghton, 
lleury Houghton & l!]lizal)eth Ray. 
William Hasell and Judith Raye. 
Charles Hunt & Martha Raye. 
Thomas Revell & Anne Ray. 
Daniel Wade &^ Mary Ray. 
Richard liay & KlizaV)eth Overinge. 
John Ray & ^lartha Owers. 
John Rulbrooke & Elizal)eth Ray. 
William Manliod & Elizabeth Raye. 
Thomas Midleditch & IMary Ray. 
Geoffrey Webbe & Dorothy Ray. 
Clement Ray, clerk, & Mary Biggs. 
John Ray the younger & Martha Cooper ; by licence. 
John Mai'lton & Deborah Ray, both single ; by licence. 
Thomas Chinery of Woolpit & Frances Ray of Wickhambrook, 
both single. 
1714 Oct. 4 Edmund Barrow & ^lary Raye, both single. 

Bitrials. 

John Raye s. of John. 

Robert Raye. 

Anno Raye d. of Thomas. 

]\largery Kayo. 

Josias Raye. 

Daniel Ray s, of Thomas. 

Etheldred Ray d. of Thomas. 

Anne Ray d. of John the elder. 

Matthew Ray. 

Elizabeth Kay d. of Ambrose. 

Ester Kay d. of Ambi'ose. 

Stephen Ray s. of Ambrose . 

Joseph Ray. 

John Ray the elder. 



\b^ 


Jan. 


15 


1598 


Aug. 


22 


16}i 


Mar. 


18 


1612 


May 


11 


1612 


June 


7 


16jf 


Feb. 


13 


IGfl 


Feb. 


17 


1G3| 


Feb. 


15 


1633 


May 


24 


1636 


June 


21 


163f 


Mar. 


20 


llit^ 


Mar. 


20 


1642 


Oct. 


27 


1644 


Oct. 


23 



.oi^OM liJOi> 



86 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 

IGCG Dec. 23 John Ray the elder. ^i^.'; < , ^ ,/;,;;,!■', 

Kwl Dec. 8 Anne Ray wife of John. " ' • ' ., 

1()72 June 22 Robert Kay s. of Robert. ' •- ■ ' ' '■ -•* . 

lOJJ'f .Ian. i) Joliu Ray the elder. 

1G85 July 2 Mary liay wife of Robert. ' '':^ " ' 

1G85 July t) Robert Ray. 

1701 May 21 Miriel Ray, widow. . , 

1701 June 10 Joseph Ray the elder, 

170^ Feb. 22 Natlianael Ray s. of John & Mary. 

1710 July 21 Nathaniel Ray s. of John. , . 

1720 Dec. 13 Mary Hay d, of John & Mary. ' '- 

1728 Oct. 14 Anne Ray d. of Richard & Susan. 

1730 Dec. 17 Margaret Ray d. of Richard & Susan. ., 

{To he continued.) ... , ,' 



'i.v JHonumeatal Jhi^mptions in ^eni^alem; 



A red marble cross with stone curb. On the cross : — Alice Blyth | ob. Feb. 

XXVII, MDCCCXCV. 



An Aberdeen granite obelisk surmounted by an nrn, inscription in lead 
letters :— In Memory of Ebenezer Johnstone | Barton | of the Bengal | Civil 
Service | Born at Ecclefeghain | Dumfriesshire | 20"' March 1839 | died at Jei'usa- 
lem I 2"'! December 18i)5 | He was engaged | for many years | in the Judicial and | 
Executive departments | of the ( British Government j in India. 

A marble cross, grave enclosed by marble curb. On the cross : — In | loving 
Memory of | Mary Fearne Price. 

On the back of the cross : — Mary Fearne Price | Taken Home | January 18, 
1885. 



A small Irish cross of white marble :— In loving | Memory of | Mary Elisa- 
beth 1 beloved wife of | Rev. R. Elliott Gaza | who fell asleep Oct. 1, 1887 | 
A'^'d 31. 



In a large railed enclosure three small upright slabs : — 

(1) In loving Memory | of | IMaria Dorothea | Berqheim | born April 9, 
1827 I Died July 20, 1801. 

(2) In loving Memory | of | Christopher | Berqheim | Born Feb. 15, 1855 | 
Died April 5, 1891. 

(3) In loving Memory | of | Melville Peter Bergheim | Born Jan. 27, 
1815 I died May 13, 1890. 

A recumbent white marble monument : — Sacred | to the Memory of | Edward 
Macoowan, M.I). I Physician for xvili years to the | Jerusalem Mission of the 
liondon | Society for promoting Christianity | among the Jews | who ceased from 
his labours | and entered into his rest | on the vi February muccclx. 



Small recumbent stone : — Cyril Hf-ruert Marriott | FiliusRev. H. Marriott 
jiEtat. XXXVI D. I Dec. xvii a.u. mdccclxxxvi. 

* Commuuicatal by A. F. Q. Lkveson Goweu, Esq., TLc Hague— couliuucd from p. 48. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 87 

Small recumbent stone:— Sacred | to the Memory | of | John Rohert Henry I 

^nt'\^Tu\ T 'I t'" ^f'' '^ J^- ^^''^^'^^^ ^^^^^ I 1^^^-'^ •^^ •^'^ff'^ I l>ecember 
oO , 187a I Died at Jerusalem July 2U"', 1879 | Aoed seven months. 

Gladys | Rowena Connou | whom Jesus called I to Himself May 3I«' 1888 I 
Aged 10 months. j > """ I 

On a scroll of white stone :— Freda Mary | Adeney | Born March 17 I Died 
August 16 I 1893. 

Elizabeth Charlotte Mauj) | Daughter of Thomas Chaplin, M.D. I Born 
August 29^", 1870 | died April S-'', 1872. ' 

A recumbent monument :-In loving Memory of | Victor Robinson I infant 
son of I George Robinson Lees | Born in London May 29"', 1887 I died at 
Jerusalem July 8^'', 1888. i u au 

On the other side :— In loving Memory of | Edith Annie I the beloved wife 
?QM, ??'']' ??'^^NSON I^EES I Born in Rotherham, England September 16"', 
1801 j Died at Jerusalem August 2pt, 1888. 

,o fP'fin stone lieadstone r-In Memory of | Antoinette P. Powle I Boru Jan. 
13, 1819 I Died Nov. 20, 1897. 

A broken pillar of white marble :— The Reverend John Nicolayson I Born 
June pt, 1803 I 23 years a faithful watchman on the walls of Jerusalem, I Fearless 
in the midst of War, Pestilence, and HarLluiuake | A master in all the learnin- of 
he Hebrews and the Arabs j Founder of the English Hospital and Builder ol^the 
Irotestaiit Church Lived beloved and died lamented | by Christians, Jews, and 
Mahometans I the 6'" day of October 1 850. , , u 

Three inscriptiuns on the otiier three faces in Hebrew. 

N.B.— Hi Register, Jane Dorothy Nicolayson, buried 2 Nov. 1839, age 8. 

A recumbent monument of white marble :-Rev. Somerset Brafield 
Burtchaell, M.A | Born in L'eland 1832, ordained 1858 | Pure in heart, fervent 
in Spirit, serving the Lord | He laboured in Lvkind, in Spain, and in Italy, and in 
1877 was appointed to | Christ Church, Jerusalem, | whence he departed to be with 
Christ, in everything giving thanks, | June 6, 1878 | In his life were seen the fruits 
of the Spirit, 111 his death j That peace wiiich passeth understanding. 

At the foot a cross, on the reverse side a Hebrew inscription. At the two sides 
?> oTIt'""'!"^ *''^' following (north) :-Annie Pomola Burtchaell I Boru in 
Rome 8"' March 1875 | Died in Jerusalem 27 DeC 1S77. 

On the other side (south) :— In Memory of | Claudia | the infant daughter 
°;^^I^^^OMERSET and Katharine Burtchaell | who rests at Florence | till the day 

A plain stoiie curb with small tablet at the head :— Sacred to the Memory I of 
our beloved Emma. -^ ' 



A plain grave surrounded by stone curb and stone cross at foot:— In I loving 
memory | of Elizabeth | wife of Rev. | Simmonds Attlee, M.A. Below :- 
Worn out by long years of | unselfish loving labours | the last and happiest I of which 
was spent | on the JMouut of Olives | She entered into rest I Feb. 4, 1892 I in her 
59'" year. ' i -^ 



T xf l^'^estal of stone with weeping figure at the top :— In I loviug memory of I 
J. JN. CORAL I who fell asleep | in the Lord | on July 22-'^, 1891 I Aged 59 I For 
30 years Missionary to the Jews in this City. 



88 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UERALDICA. S'^ 

A plain stone curb with stone cross at the head. On the cross :— DoiiOTJiy 
FoRSTER I the beloved wife | of | Frank T. Ellih I Jerusalem I Died April J It'-. 
IS'Jl I Aged 2G years. i i » 

A plain stone curb with cross at the head. At base :— In loving Memory of I 
hLiZA I daughter of the lute I W- Jeaffueson, F.R.C.S., who died at the 
IJeacouess House in Jerusalem | May 23, 1890, Aged 57. 

A plain stone slab :— In loving remembrance | of | Elizabeth I wife of I 
1). 0. Joseph | of the | Evangelical Mission | to Israel I whom the Lord called 
home I January 13, 1890 | This mortal | must put on | immortality. 

cj ^l T/?V.-^?i^^^"^ =~^" I ^^^'°^' Memory | of | Peter Bergheim I born 
Sept. 2, 1844 | died Oct. 24, 1885. ' 

An upright stone similar to preceding :— In | loving memory I of I Martha I 
wife of Peter Bergheim | Born Sept. 8, 1848 | died Feb. 5, 1888. 

A small recumbent headstone within a railing :— Hareiet I H. T. Bergheim I 
March 7, 1883 | Dear little one. ' 



A plain stone slab, rounded at top :— To the Memory | of | William Hope I of 
Ohcltord and JManehestcr ( England, Merchant, born May 15, 1811 I died March 
27, 1883, Musical Conductor & | Rector's Warden of Christ Church I Stockport I 
& widely beloved. ' ' ' 

At base :— This memorial is erected by T. Kay. 



A plain red marble cross In arms of cross :-Paul Vernier I Born in Canada 
December 4, 1844 | died at Jerusalem June 25, 1888. 

A recumbent stone in an iron railing with a cherub at top:— Sacred I to the 
Memory | of | Thomas | Murad Hilpem | who died 8 Sept. 1889, Aged G5 years. 

188^^ ed^3°r '~^" ' ^"^^"'^ n^emory | of ( Elizabeth Sehor | died Sept. 13, 

A plain stone :— Salomon Altschul I a | Hebrew Christian who | lived many 
years | in Jerusalem | died November 21 | Aged 73 years. 

A plain stone with cross engraved above inscription :-Sacred to the Memory 
of I William Siniard | who died | on the 9'" of Sepf 1881 | Aged 07. 

A plain stone covering whole grave with cross at head. On stone :— Charles 
Frederick Iyrwiiitt j Diiake | Born Jan. 2", 1846 I died June 23, 1874 
A Hebrew inscription below. 

A plain stone with broken pillar at head :— Corporal James Duncan j H B M 
Royal Engineers Died 10 August 18G8 | when employed on the Jerusalem 
excavations | Erected by his Comrades. 

A marble slab let into stone :— In loving Memory of | Sarah Ann Stainton | 
S wTr ''^- 'T-' "i-'- I «';^,,^;'"'«^-«ynain 18GI in connection with 
the I Society foi proinoting female | Education in the East, and ( finished her 
course | at Bethlehem Nov. 3"^, 1878. 



JJt t^ 



MISCELLANEA QENEALOOTCA ET TIKllALDTOA. 80 

A sinnll nltar-toiiib. On the top inscribed : — To the Memory | of | Paul Joski'II 
Stem | boru in Pertli j Ilnu<;aiy | for 20 years in Jernsaleni | a faithful witness 
for Jesus | as the Messiah to his brethren of the house of Israel | died 10 January 
187:5 I aged 05 years. 

A Hebrew inscription underneatli. 

A stone headstone surmounted by a cross : — In loving Memory | of | Jessie 
Lamb | (jIatiieueu | the beloved wife | of | Aaron IIounstein | Boru January 23, 
1880 I died October 19, 1894. 

A recumbent monument, above inscription a tree in a shield : — Here rests in 
peace | Constantine Samuel [ Finkenstein Mamheor | Born 1812 ( died Novem- 
ber G, 1865. 



An altar-tomb surrounded by an iron railing : — Sacred | to the Memory | of | 
Hannah | the beloved wife of | Ciirlstlvn Hauser | born in Russia 1814 | Many 
years resident in | Jerusalem ; | died 20"^'' of November 1865. 



A small marble headstone with a cross engraved above: — Sacred | to the | beloved 
memory of | Palmisco C. Ungar | born March 27, 1819 | died January 26, 1874. 



A recumbent monument engraved with a cross. Below the cross : — John 
Meshullam I Born October 9, 1799 | Died January 8, 1878. 

A plain stone, engraved :— Charlotte Maria | Oqilvy | 18 May | 1878. 

A plain stone cross : — Sacred to the Memory of | William Rodgie | late 
Banker, Bombay | who died here | on \m way home to Scotland | on the 20"' 
of ]\Iarch 1873 | In the 37"' year of his Age | Erected by his widow. 

A plain stone : — John Bowes | Johnston died | Nov. 6, 1859 | Aged 55 
years | Resident in | Jerusalem | from Oct. 1838. 



Sacred to the Memory I of | Caroline Cooper | late of | Henley on Thames | 
England | Born on the 4 September 1806 | who after a residence of eleven yean 
in I Jerusalem departed this life on the | 22 November 1859. 

A rock :— J. V. Palmer | 19 Dez. 1892 | 75 Johre alt | Er heit gethan was | 
Er Konnte. 



MARRIAGES OF WANDSWORTH INHABITANTS.* 

1746, June 19. M' Joseph Shepherd of Kingston-upon-Thames & M" 
Elizabeth Bolus of Wandsworth, Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1746, June 23. M'' Jambs Scott & M" Mary Betsworth of Wandsworth, 
Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

John, son of James and Mary Scott, bapt. 
Richard, son of James and Mary Scott, bapt. 
Joseph, son of James and Mary Scott, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of James and Mai-y Scott, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of James and Mary Scot, bapt. 
William, son of James and Mary Scot, bapt. 
Mary, inf. dau. of James and Mary Scot, bur. 
Elizabeth, inf. dau. of James and Mary Scot, bur. 

♦ Commmiiciited hy Cecil T. Davis, Esq.— continued from p. 41. 



1749 


July 


20 


1752 


April 


18 


1755 


Feb. 


16 


1757 


Oct. 


11 


1762 


Sep. 


19 


1767 


Feb. 


7 


1762 


Mar. 


23 


1763 


April 


8 



Siirry, 


. (St. 


iiCi 


172(1 


Oct. 


L> 


17'18 


July 


2 


i7r.i 


.July 


20 


1752 


July 


25 


i7r.;5 


Oct. 


G 


1755 


]\Tay 


17 


1757 


J\liiy 


28 


1759 


Mar. 


3 


1761 


Sep. 


4 


1708 


Dec. 


24 


1750 


Sep. 


13 


1750 


Sep. 


22 


1751 


July 


23 


1753 


Oct. 


22 


1757 


May 


31 


1757 


Oct. 


3 


175<J 


April 


1 


1751) 


April 17 


17(;2 


Sep. 


14 


ncc 


Dec. 


10 



90 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

1746, Aii<?. 10. U^ John Lusty & M" Emzauhth Towne of Wandsworth, 
(ieorj^e's Oha))ol, Mayfaii-.) 

i'llizalu'tli, (laiijfliter (if Tlioiiias 'rowiie, hapt. 

Mary, dauffliLer of John and I'^lizahctli liiisty, bai)t. 

Mary, daii<^liter of John and ElizabeLii Lusty, bai)t. 

James, son of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bapt. 

John, son of John and Elizabeth Lusty, ba])t. 

John, son of John and Elizabeth liUsLy, bapt. 

John Thonias, son of John and l'ilizal)eth liUsty, bajjt. 

John 1 son and daughter of Joshua [? John] and Elizabeth 

Mary / Ijusty, bapt. 

William, son of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bapt. 

Joseph, son of John and Eliz:. Lusty, bapt. 

James, son of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bur. .,;. 

Mary, dau. of John and I{llizabeth Lusty, bur. 

i\Tary, inf. dau. of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bur. 

John, inf. son of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bur. < • 

John, inf. son of John and I*]lizabeth Lusty, bur. 

John Thomas, son of John and I'^lizabeth Lusty, bur. 

Mary, inf. dau. of John and Elizabeth Lusty, bur. 

llebekah, inf. dau. of John and Elizabeth Ijusty, bur. 

AVin., inf. son of John and Mary [? Elizabeth] Lusty, bur. 

John, son of Jt>hn and Elizabeth liUsty, bur. 

1746, Oct. 1. M'- TnoMA.s Ltdgould & M'« Susanna IMarsiiall of Wands- 
worth, Surry. (St. George's Chaj)el, Mayfair.) 
1720 Jan. 10 Susannah, daughter of Hugh Marshall, bapt. 

1746, Dec. 6. M"^ Richard Theobalds & M" Sarah Penson of Wands- 
worth, Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 
1757 Jan. 9 Richard Theobalds, 33, bur. 

1746, Dec. 27. M'' IIuQH Dunbar of S' George's, Han>' Sq., & M^' Dorothy 
PUGH of Wandsworth, Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

Dorothy, daughter of Richard and Dorothy Pugh, bapt. 
Sarah, daughter of Hugh and Dorothy Durdjar, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of Hugh and ])orothy Dunbar, bajtL. 
John, son of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Richard, son of Ifugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Dorothy, daughter of Jiugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
William, son of Ifngh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Samuel, son of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Sarah, daughter of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Diana, daughter of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, baj)t. 
Jenny, daughter of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bapt. 
Sarah, dau. of Hugh and Dorothy Duiibar, bur. 
Dorothy, inf. dau. of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bur. 
Elizabeth, dau. of HuglTand Dorothy Duidjar, bur. 
William, inf. son of Hugh aud Dorothy Dunbar, bur. 
Afary, dau. of [[ugh ami Dorothy Dunbar, 12, bur. 
Diana, inf. dau. of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bur. 
Jane, inf. dau. of Hugh and Dorothy Dunbar, bur. 
Hugh Dunbar, 60, paupr., bur. 

1747, April 23. M' William Coldicott & M» Mary Jordan of Wandsworth, 
Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1753 Jan. 25 William Caldicott, 55, bur. 

1751 Dec. 17 RLary, widow of William Caldicot, 66, bur, 



1727 


Mar. 


10 


1749 


Dec. 


21 


1751 


Oct. 


8 


1755 


Mar. 


19 


1757 


]\Tay 


21 


1759 


Jan. 


4 


1762 


Feb. 


28 


1763 


Aug. 


6 


1766 


Oct. 


22 


1767 


Nov. 


17 


1769 


Oct. 


15 


1750 


Sep. 


20 


1759 


]\Iay 


26 


1761 


Sep. 


7 


1762 


Aug. 


9 


1764 


M ay 


23 


1767 


Nov. 


27 


1770 


April 


25 


1786 


July 


30 



17-^8 


Oct. 


22 


1750 


Nov. 


k; 


]75t 


Mar. 


14 


i7r)(; 


Oct. 


?,0 


175;) 


June 


■1 


]71'.) 


]\Iay 


17 


i7r..'5 


June 


U) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 91 

1747, Dec. 21. M"' Morgan Andrews & M'" Mauy Gueen of Wandswoitli, 
Surrey. (St. George's Cliapel, May fair.) 

John, son of ]\lort;fin and Mary Andrews, bapt. ' ' 
Mary, daughter of Morgan and Mary Andrews, bapt. 
James, son of Morgan and Mary Andrews, l)apt. 
David, son of Morgan and Mary Andrews, bapt. 
Mai'y, daiightei- of Moi'gan and Mary Andrews, bapt. 
.Jolin, son of Morgan and Mary Andrews, biii'. 
]\Iary, inf. dan. of Morgan and Mary Andrews, bur. 

1747-8, Feb. 11. M"' John Hkyham of Branton, co. Hereford, & M'^ Elizabeth 
Cook of Wandsworth, Surrey. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1748, April 12. William Eavlyn & Elizabeth Skinner of Wandsworth, 
Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1721) Dec. 11 Elisabeth, daughter of Joseph and Elisabeth Skinner, bapt. 

1748 ' Dec. 6 x!!^^! \ twinns, sons of William and Elizabeth Evelyn, bapt. 

1748 Dec. 11 ]\[oses and Aaron Evelyn, twinns, bur. 

1749 Dec. 16 Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Evelyn, bur. 

1748, June 19. Joseph Foster &, Jane Tingler of AVandswortii, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Jane Foster, bapt. 

Josepli, son of Joseph and Jane Foster, bapt. 

Mai-y,daughter of Joshua and Jane Foster (should be Joseph, lien. 

Whitfield) [curate 17G1— 17(i7], bapt. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and James [Jane, see ante 1762, 

Aug. 30] Foster, bapt. 
Joseph, son of Joseph and Jane Forster, bapt. 
Jenny, daughter of Joseph and Jane Forster, bapt. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Jose[)h and Jane Forster, bapt. 
Joseph, inf. son of Jose})h and Jane Foster, bur, 
Elizabeth, dan. of Joseph and Jane Foster, bur. 
Elizabeth, inf. dau. of Josepli and Elizabeth [? Jane] Forster, bur. 

1748, Aug. 22. John Hope of S' Marylebone, W., & Sarah Heath of 
Wandsworth, co. Surry, W. ; mar'^ by 'M^ Symson at May Fair. 

1748, Sep. 5. William Holliday & Mary Cave of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1724 Aug. 23 Mary, daughter of John Cave, bapt. 

1758 Nov. 17 Mary, wife of William Holliday, bur. 

1748, Sep. 18. John Nash & Alice Wallhead of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1775 Aug. 9 Alice Nash, 78, bur. 
1777 Mar. 21 John Nasli, 7('), bur. 

1748, Oct. 8. William Hope & Sarah Puqh of Wandsworth, Surry. (St. 
George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1749 Feb. 24 Elizabeth, daughter of William and Sarah Hope, bapt. 

1751 Oct. 30 Wniiam, son of William and Sarah I [ope, bapt. 

1753 Aug. 4 llichard, S(»n of William and Sarah Hope, bapt. 

1759 Nov. U William Hope, 74, bur. 



1749 


Nov. 


7 


1751 


May 


22 


1752 


Aug. 


30 


1754 


Mar. 


23 


1758 


Mar. 


26 


1761 


Jan. 


11 


1763 


Dec. 


4 


1751 


May 


25 


1755 


July 


24 


1767 


Jan. 


11 



92 MISCELLA.NEA GENEALOGICA ET HEUALDICA. 

1718, Dec. 5. James Hall of S' Michau's, Dublin, & Sarah Gent of Wands- 
worth, Surry. (St. deorge's Cliapel, Mayfair.) 

1723 Oct. 30 Sarah, daui>litcr of Richard and Ann Cent, bapt. 
1750 Sop. 10 liichard, son of James and Saral\ Hall, biipt. 
1702 April 22 Anne, dan. of James and Sarah Hall, bur. 

1748-9, Jan. 2. William WniTLiNa of Wandsworth & Elizabeth Seers of 
Kingston-upon-Thames. (St. (Jeorge's Chapel, IMayfair.) 

1750 Feb. 9 Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth AVhitiling, bur. 

1748-9, Jan. 15. Edmund Berry & Mary George of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1754 Mar. 23 Sarah, daughter of Edmund and- Mary Berry, bapt. 
1753 ]\rar. 21 Anne, inf. dau. of Edmund and Mary lierry, bur. 

1748-9, Feb. 27. John Lidgett & Mary Turner of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

John, son of Samuel Lidgett, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of George and Jane Turner, bapt. ... 
Mary, daughter of John and Mary Lidgett, bapt. 
William, son of John and Mary Ledgit, bapt. 
Amy-Maria, daughter of John and ]\Iary Lidget, bapt. 
Sarah, daughter of John and Mary Lidgett, bapt. 
John Lidget, 28, bur. 

[This maybe the same as occurs in first entry of baptisms above.] 
Maria, dau. of John and Mary Ligett, bur. 
Amy Maria, inf. dau. of John and Mary Lidget, bur. 
John, son of John and Mary Lidgett, 5, bur. 
Mary, inf. dau. of John and Mary Lidget, bur. 

1748-9, March 13. Thomas Turner & Mary Tonge of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1751 Sep. 29 Mary, daughter of Thomas and Mary Turner, bapt. 
Jane, daughter of Thomas and Mary Turner, bapt. 
Thomas, son of Thomas and ]\Iary Turner, bapt. *■ 
Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Mary Turner, bapt. 
Charlotte, daughter of Tliomas and Mary Turner, bapt. 
Elizabeth, inf. dau. of Thomas and Mary Turner, bur. 
Charlotte, inf. dau. of Thomas and ]\Iary Turner, bur. 

1719, April 21. Thomas Davis & Phillis Colvert of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. (ieorge's Cluipel, Mayfair.) 

1749, May 5. William Beck & Elizabeth Jaques of Wandsworth, Surry. 
(St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

Elisabeth, daughter of John and Esther Jacquss, bapt. 
Ann, daughter of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
John, son of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
Patty Louisa, daughter of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
Thomas, son of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
Lucy, daughter of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
William, son of William and Elizabeth Beck, ba[)t. 
Jane, daughter of William and Elizabeth Beck, bapt. 
Patty, inf. dau. of AVilliam and Elizabetli Beck, bur. 
William Beck, 48, bur. 
Elizabeth Beck, 80, bur. 

(^To he continued.') 



1721 


Feb. 


3 


1727 


Oct. 


22 


1749 


Dec. 


27 


1752 


May 


5 


170G 


l\Iay 


4 


1771 


Nov. 


17 


1751 


May 


21 


1756 


Nov. 


25 


1760 


Oct. 


19 


1708 


June 28 


1770 


June 


7 



1753 


Oct. 21 


1750 


April 11 


1758 


^lay 10 


1762 


June 9 


1757 


Dec. 6 


1762 


Dec. 21 



1729 


Aug. 


3 


1749 


Feb. 


18 


1751 


Sep. 


22 


1753 


Sep. 


^9 


1756 


Jan. 


31 


1758 


Mar. 


26 


1760 


Aug. 


31 


1763 


l\rar. 


6 


1765 


Mar. 


81 


1758 


]\1 ay 


28 


1765 


July 


2 


1784 


Jan. 


25 



I 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 93 

iSooUpIatc of ?lortJ llaKiucmtr of Abbots; ilnnglan 

The armorial ensigns here deijieted are those of Hubert (Raymond), Baron 
Raymond of Abbots Jianf,'ley, eo, llei'tford, Ijiit there is uutliini^ to indicate whether 
they refer to kolicrt [\\^^ Ji/st Lord (if tiiat iiaiiR;, \vh(j was so created 1;0 January 
17;{1, wlien Jjord Chief Justice of the Kind's Jiench (an ollicc he lield until his 
death, 15 April 1732, in his OUtli yeai'), or, as is most probable, to Robert, his S(jii 
and heir, the second and last TiOi'd, who enjoyed that i)cerage IVom A])ril 1732 to his 
death, without issue, 1 i) Se{)tend)er 175(1, in his -lOth year. 

The 2nd and Hrd (piai'ters represent the arms ol' the family of FisiiR, of 
Southill, in Bedfordshire. Sir Thomas Raymond, one of the Jnsticesof the King's 
Bench (lOSO — 83), the fiither of the lii'st Lord, married in or before 1G73 
Anne, 3i'd daughter of Sir Edward Fishe, 2nd Baronet (an Irish Jiaronetcy 
created 12 February 1(521/2), of Southill aforesaid. The name of this Anne, who 
was born IG February 1(>32, appears in the ITeialds' Visitation of Bedfordshire 
made in 1035, at which date her oidy brother, Edward Fishe, was six years old. 
He became in 1G58 the 3rd and last Baronet, but at his death, s.p., probably 
about 1G70, she (who did not die till March HIJ) and her sisters became his 
coheirs, and their descendants were consequently entitled to quarter the arms of 
the Fishe family. It is, however, to be obhcrved that the arms of Fishe given in 
the said Visitation (as published by the llarleian Society in 1884, vol. xix., p. 170) 
are ^' Azure, a fess, arycnt, over all a bend, ijules, charged with 5 mullets, or," 
whereas the tinctures, as depicted in the plate, appear to lie entirely dillerent, viz., 
" Or, a fess, yules, over all a bend, sable, charged with 5 mullets, argent.'''' 

A good i)edigree of the Lords Raymond is given in Clutterbuck's " Herts," 
vol. i., p. 171. 

G. E. C. 



aSurj? of (!lrantl)am.* 

Adm'on of the goods of Cave Bury, late of the parish of St. Christopher 
le Stocks, London, was granted in the P.C.C. Jan. lGGl-2, but the Act Book is 
missing, and the name of administrator cannot therefore be determined. 



1 605-6, February 9. A further adm'on of the goods of Cave Bury, late of the 
parish of St. Christopher le Stocks, was granted to (Jilbcrt Bury, natural and lawful 
son of said deceased. 



Abstract of Will of Sir William Bury, Knt., 8 February 16G8-9. 

I William Bury of Linwood Grange in the parish of Blankney in the County of 
Lincoln, knight. To my wife all my household stuff for life. To my Executor all 
debts and securities which my son William Bury hath jiassed unto me as the several 
counterbonds for the same £150 paid unto me unto William Ellis of Grays Inn, Esq. 
£200 to M'« Hall of Eason. £100 to M--^ Anne Hussey after M" Pelham £100. 
To John Asem'^ £50 as appears by several bonds. I do also give unto my 
Executor those 2 securities on the Friers in Grantham which were taken in the 
name of John White, Esq., he then being in possession of the premises. To my 
Executor one assignm' of a statue staple IVom one Thomas Briggs to IM'' Thomas 
Dowse. Item to Elizabeth Bury youngest daughter of the said S"" William Bury 
£200. All other securities & bonds of iny son AVilliam Bury which he hath given 
unto me. I do give unto the poore of Blankney 20« on the day of my burial. To 

* Communicated by the Rev. William E. Buby, Rector of Screveton— continued from 
Vol. III. (Third Series), p. 2M. 

VOL. IV., SKllIKS III, I 



94 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

my servants what my wife shall direct. To my cousin William Ellis, Esq., my iron 
Chest now in his custody desiring him to assist my Executor in his concerns & do 
make him Supervisor ol' this and appoint my son Thomas Bury sole Executor. 
Witnesses: Henry AVilkinson, ]\liehael Drake, Kobert Kichiirdson, Thomas 
Rouj^hton. 

Proved 10 November 1GG9 by said Executor. (135, Coke.) 



Will op Mary Bury of CIrantham, 5 May 1712. 

I Mary Bury of Grantliam in tlie County of Lincoln, widow. To my nephew 
Tho^ Warburton one of the sons of my brother George Warburton dec'' & to his 
heirs all the lands in Spittlegate, Grantham, wliich I hold by lease from the Town 
of (Jrantham. I devise to my worthy and respectful friends Richard Middlemore 
of Grantham, Esq., & W'" Ashton of Ashby, co. Lincoln, Gent., all my real estate 
whatsoever & they joint Executors upon trust to sell all my said l''^ & to pay the 
following legacies : — To my niece Elizabeth Yeo who now lives with me £300 at 21 
or marriage provided she marry with consent of my trustees, & if she die before 21 
I s'' legacy to my niece Dorothy Yeo & the other ^ to my nephews Tho^ & George 
Warburton son of my brother George AVarburton dec'', & if she marry before 21 
without s'' consent £150 to her & £150 equally bet. her brothers & sisters. To my 
said nephew Tho' Warburton £100. To my said nephew George Warbnrton £100. 
To my uncle (iilbert Bury, Esq., £20 to buy him u piece of plate or what he pleases. 
To my niece Martha Fowkes £20. To iM" Mary Poole of (iranthani, widow, £20. 
To my godson Tho^ Burnett £5. 'J'o my friend M'^ Elizabeth Short of (irantham, 
semptress, £5. To my servant Ann Walker £5. To my own relations not named 
who are with me at death £10 for mourning. To the jjoor of Grantham 40^ To 
the poor of Spittlegate (i.e. in Grantham) 40^ I desire that M'' Sanmel Burnett 
Minister of Grantham may bury me. All my lands that shall be over my s'' debts, 
legacies, and funeral expenses I devise to the use of John Bury of the Town and 
County of the Town of Nottingham, gent., & to the heirs male of his body, & in 
default to the use of my said nephew Thomas Warburton & the heirs male of his 
body. Remainder to George Warburton & hr^ male of his body. Rem'' to hr^ of 
body s"^ Thomas Warburton, Rem»' to heirs of the body of s'' George W^arburton, 
Rem'f to my own right heirs for ever. If the s*^ John Bury or his heirs disturb my 
said Executors the estate of him & his heirs barred. 

Proved at London 22 June 1714 by William Ashton and Richard Middlemore 
the said Executors. (109, Aston.) 



Will of Gilbert Bury of Linwood, 1 April 1717. 

I Gilbert Bury of Linwood Grange, co. Tiincoln, Esq''^ Recites that by Indenture 
of 2 April 1700 made between my son by the name of William Bury of London, 
merchant, of the P' part & my brother Sir Thomas Bury, K', by the Name of 
Thomas Bury of Grays Inn in tlie County of ]\Iiddle8ex, Esq., of the Other Part, 
whereby the s'' W'" Bury hath mortgaged all that s'' capital Messuage, Grange, &. 
Tenement called Linwood Gi'ange & divers other lands situate in the parish of 
Blankney for 500 years as secured for payment of £1)53 12^ to the s'' S'' Tho» Bury, 
wh' s'' mortgage was so made to the s'^ S'' Tho' Bury in trust for me the Testator. 
Now I do hereby release the s'' £G15 to my said son & his h" for ever. AVliereas 
my son Gilbert Bury is charged in my books in Several sums of money I foi-give 
him the same &. besides be(iueath him £500. To my s'' brother Sir ^i'lio* Buiy £100 
to be disposed of as I direct by word of mouth. Whereas my son-in-law Edwai'd 
Smith is in debt to me in £322 0^ 8'' I forgive him the s'' debt & give him so nmch 
more as will make it £400; to & amongst my grandchildren his children Alice, Gilbert, 
■ Edward, & W"' Smith £100 each. 1 give to my dear daughter ilary Smith wife of 
the said Edward Smith £100 to be at her own disposal. To my beloved Brother 
Sir Thomas Bury £20 for mourning. To my son-in-law Richard Smith 7 guineas 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET nERALDICA. 95 

for mouniiiip;, & to his daugliter Anne G guineas, & his daughter Jane G guineas, 
& to his daughter Eh'znbcth G guineas for mourning, & to his son liieli'' 5 guineas 
for mourning, & to his daughter Mary 5 guineas, to iiis daughter llaith 4 guineas, 
to his (hiughier Paruell I guineas. To my son & (hiugliter Kdward Siriith & Mary 
Smith 7 guineas to huy them mouruing, to thcii' (huightei' Alice G gninciiH, (t to 
their son (iilhei't guineas, & to tlit-ir son \V"' 1 guineas. My son Tliomas Bury 
to he sole Exeeutor. 'J'o the poor of lilankney 40", to the poor of the Town of 
Martin 20^ Residue to my s'' son '^riiomas Bury. 

I'roved at London y June 1717 by the said Executor. (108, Whitfield.) 
1()G8, December 24. Adm'on of the goods of Gilbert Berry, late of 
St. Dnnstan's in the West, London, bachelor, deceased, granted to i^klward Thursfeild, 
guardian lawfully assigned to Theophilus and Elizabeth Bury, brother and sister of 
the said deceased, during minority. 

Will of Thomas Eur? of Linwood, 24 October 1719 ; Codicil 5 January 1719-20. 

I Thomas Bury of liiawood CJrangc, co. Lincoh), Gent. To Rebecca my wife 
£20 per annum for life or widowhood & after her 2'"^ marriage £15 per aunum 
instead. To s'' wife G guineas for mourning. To my son William Bury £500 now 
in the Bank of England. To my brother William Bury one guinea. To my 
brother Gilbert Bury one guinea. To my brother & sister Smith of Blanbury [sic] 
one guinea for a ring. To my sister Smith of Sleaford 1 guinea for a ring. To 
my good friend Ifenry Ashton of Serjeant's Tnn, Ciiancery Tjane, gent., 1 guinea for 
a ring. To my well-beloved friends my Uncle Sir 'J'homas Bury, Kt., Sir William 
Ellis, Bt., William Tliornton, Esq., & my cousin John Bury, senr., of Nottingham, 
(ient., to each a ring value 2 guineas. To my son & daughter William & Jane 
Bury & all my other issue by Rebecca my wife the residue & they joint executors. 
And my said friends S'' Tho^ l>ury, S'' W'" Ellys, W'" Thornton, & John Bury 
overseers & Trustees till my said Children are 21, it if they die under 21 then £200 
to my cousin Thomas Bury son of my s^' cousin John Bury. My brother Gilbert 
lUiry to be sole executor & my wife to have the custody of my children "so far forth 
as she keep them to learning." 

Codicil gives £500 to s*! son W"". To wife rings & side saddle, some plate, 
a set of silver castors, 4 silver salts, etc., & a great looking glass now hanging in 
the parlour to my daughter Jane Bury. 

Proved 4 May 1720 by William Thornton, one of the Executors, the children 
being in minority. (KH, Shaller.) 

1729, June 2G. Adm'on with the will annexed of Thomas Bury, late of Linwood 
Grange, co. Ijiucoln, deceased, granted to Rebecca (iilman (wife of Daniel (iilman), 
mother and curatrix lawfully assigned to William and Jane Bury, children of the 
said Thomas, now in their minority. 

1741, July 13. Further adm'on with the will annexed of Thomas Bury, late 
of Linwood Grange, co. Lincoln, granted to Jane Stennitt, formerly Bury, sui'viving 
Executrix, for that the Adm'on granted in June 1729 to Rebecca wife of Daniel 
Gilinan as guardian to said William Bury and Jane Stennitt, then Jane Bury, 
minors, is expired. 

Will of Sni Tjiomas Bury, Knt., 28 December 1715. 

I Thomas Bury, knight, one of the Barons of his Majesty's Court Exchequer at 
Westminster. To be buried in the pai'ish Church of Grantham, co. Lincoln, without 

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96 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

male, Remainder to Gilbert Bury son of my sjiid brother Uilbert Bury and his Bons 

in tale male, Remainder to my nephew John Bury of Nottinfilr.ini for life, Remainder 

to his eldest son now living, Remainder to his other sons, Remainder to my own 

ri^^ht heirs for ever. And my will is that the above settlement shall be made by 

Council Learned in the Law with estates to trustees for preserving contingent 

remainders ami naming the sons of the said .John Bury whose names I luive omitted 

because J do not certainly know them. To William Bury son of my said brother 

£1000. To Thomas Bury son of my said brother .£1000. To Gilbert Bury son of 

my said brother £1000. Amongst the younger children of my niece Jane Smith 

1.' dec'i £500, the eldest oidy to be excluded. To my said brother £r)00 for the use uf 

' my niece ]\Iary Smith wife of Edward Smith of Blankney. To that son of my cousin 

John Bury who is my godson £100. To my cousin Sextus Spencer £50. INIy 

Executor to abate to my cousin lanson commonly called the Lady Lanson £300 

due to me upon a mortgage from her husband. To Henry Ashton my clerk £50. 

■ K Q'o my servant Richard Ward t"5(). To my servant Geoige Hamp £'10. To my 

servant Henry Wallett £20. My said brother Gilbert r>\n'y to be sole lOxecutor. 

Broved 17 IMay 172--'. (8!), Marlborough.) 

t^f ^ 1722, JMay 17. Adm'on with will annexed granted at London to William Bury, 

*?■ nephew by the brother and next-of-kin for said Sir Thomas Bury the Testator, 

because that (Jilbei't Hury the brother. Executor, depaited this life in the lifetime 

of the said Testator. 

1710, August 1). Further adm'on with the will annexed of Sir Thomas Bury, Knt., 
deceased, left unadmiuistci-ed by William l^ury, Kh(\., deceased, whilst living, the 
nephew i)y the brother, next-of-kin, and one of the principal legatees named in the 
said will of the said deceased, was granted at London to ]\lary AVarburton heretofore 
Bury, wife of John Warburton, Esq., the relict and sole Executrix of the said 
"William Bury, for that Gill)ert Bury, Esq., the brother, the sole Executor and 
residuary legatee named in the will of the said Sir Thomas, died in the lifetime of 
the said Testator. 



Will of Gilbert Bury, 11 April 1720. 

I Gilbert Bury, P' Lieutenant of H.M. Ship the AVorcester, considering all the 
perills of the Sea devise & bequeath all my real & personal estate to my wife 
Elizabeth Bury of Blankney, co. Lincoln, & app' her sole Executrix. 

Proved at London 10 November 1722 by the said Elizabeth Bury, relict and 
Executrix, and 3 July 1724 confirmation of this grant by a Sentence of Court. 
(207, Marlborough.) 



1722-3, January 21. Adm'on of llie goods, etc., of Martha Blakely alias 
Buiiv granted at London to .lohn Blakely, Escp, her husband, of Killeglin, co. ^leath 
in irelaud. 

1722-3, February 12. Adm'on of the goods, etc., of Jane Erwin alias Bury of 
Shibbareen, near Baltimore in the Kingdom of Ireland, granted at London to 
Alexander lOrwin, husband of the said deceased. 

Will of William Bury of Linwoou Grange, 15 April 1731. 

I William Bury of Linwood Grange in the County of Lincoln, Esq. My wife 
Mary Bury to be guardian of my eldest son AVilliam Bury & of my other children 
during minority & she sole executrix. 

Broved by said Executrix 18 June 1731. (1-15, Isham.) 



. 1732-3, March 24. Adm'on of the goods, etc., of William Bury, formerly of 
Sleaford, co. Lincoln, bachelor, deceased, granted at London to Rebecca Gillman 
alias Bury, wife of Daniel Gillman, and natural and lawful mother of said deceased. 



MtSCELLA-NEA GENEALOCUCA ET IIERALDICA. 97 

Will of William Bury of Eton, co. Uucks, u; August 1753. ' ' ' 

I Williiua liury of Katon in the County of Buckin<^liiim, Ksq. To niy wife Ann 
nil uiy «;()0(1h, fui-uiluro, iipi>iu-i!l, etc. All my real cstiito &, partiuularly that 
roviir.siou whioli 1 aui nulitlcd to on tlu; tlualli of my Aunt (Jracc llallowb tliu wiilow 
of my late Uiiele William Hallows, J'jsq., to mynaid wilt; Atui. 'J'o Amlrew JMitehell 
of Pall J\[all in the City or Liberties of the City of Westminster, Esq., & llraueis 
l^lumi)tre of the Middle Temple, lj(Uidon, (ieut., CftOO iu Trust to put the sauie at 
interest for the use of W'" Maitlaud sou of Susunuah Maitlaud, late of Mortlake, 
CO. Surrey, until he is !il it then to pay him the said .£500. To my said Trus^tees 
£4000 it to pay the interest thereof to my said wife Ann Bury &, amony;st such of 
my children us I have by her, & if thei'e are no such children then at tiie death of 
my said wife to i)ay the s'' M, 1000 to my brother Thomas Bury. To my said bi'other 
Thomas 15ury & to each of my sisters £10 for mourning-. My said wife sole 
Executrix. 

Proved at Loudon 4 May 1754. (123, Pinfold.) 

175-4, May 4. The will of William Bury, late of Eaton, co. Buckingham, but 
at Twyford in the county of Berks, Esq., deceased, was proved by the oath of Ann 
Bury; widow, the relict of said deceased and sole Executrix. [Probate Act Book.] 

Will of John Warburton, Esq., Somerset Herald, 25 April 1759. 

I John Warburton, Somerset, Es(]., of the (loUege of Arms, London. To my 
only son John Warburton,]'', Attoruey-at-Law, now living iu S'' Bennet's [)arish near 
Doctors Connnons, half of all my real & pcrs(jual hastate, Tt) my only daughter 
Amelia Elphinstone, wife of Cap" John Elphinstoue Commander of the Eures Man 
of War now in North America for his & his wife's share the other half part. To 
my wife the gold watch she made me a present of before marriage together witt 
10 guineas to be immediately paid to bear the expense of Linwood Grange near 
Lincoln in which estate she hath a rent charge of £70 per aiiiuim for life as will 
appear by the will of her said husband W'" Bury, Esq., now remaining iu the 
possession of Joseph Grove, Esq., of liichuKJud, Sui-rey, Attorney-at-Law. My said 
son & daughter sole Executors & residuary legatees & I humbly beg the favour of 
my ancient & worthy It'riends the Rev. 1)'' Stukeley, Rector of (Queen's Square 
Chapel to be Overseer & trustee. My household furniture to be sold by auction or 
Candle & my desire is that the great Auction lioom up one pair of Stairs at 
H^ Paul's Colfee House in S' Paul's Churchyard be forthwith contracted for. Lastly 
as to my ifuneral iu case I die iu the Heralds' Oliico which I have good reason 
to believe I shall being at this time very feeble iu my legs & hips I desire I may be 
l)ut in a strong Elm Collin void of all sap and be deposited as near the remains of 
my old friend Gregory King, Esq., A^ork Herald in the parish of S*^ Bennets Paul's 
Wharf. 

Proved 18 i\Iay 1751) by John Warburton and Amelia Elphinstoue the joint 
Executors. (18'J, Arran.) 



Will of Joseph Hamar [Rear-Admiral], 10 November 1773. 

I Joseph Hamar, late of Hampstead, co. Middlesex, but now of Manchester, 
CO. Palatine of Jjaucaster, Esq. To be buried in the Church or Churchyard of the 
parish where I shall die. To Ann my wife all the furniture in the Dining lioom 
& bed Chamber of my house at Hampstead & to her all my China except that which 
was becjuca tiled by the late ]\1''' Linieburncr to my daughter Margaret Elizabeth. 
I also bcMpu-alli to my said wife half of my body linen i^l: the sum of £50 in case my 
death shall hap[)en 2 months before the dividends (»f £4000 3 per cent. Consols 
setllfd upon Iku- by myself it her late husband W'" Berry, 1<jS(1[., shall become due. 
'i\» my daughtei- Margaret I'^li/.abetli liamer all the furniture in the two parlours 
including the harpsichords it also in her own jjedchamber of my house at ILimpstead. 
I also bequeath to my said daughter my large silver cup & cover presented me by 



\)H MISCELLANEA GENEALOQICA ET nERALDICA. 

the Merchants in Carolina also the otlier plate given her by her grandmother 
]\I''* Litnebnnicr. T also bequeath to my said daughter a certain l)ond for .£148 
due to UK) for upwards of 28 years IVom .Samuel (jiamliier, Esq., of Providence in 
(lie IJahama Islands. I beijueath to my son W'" Heny, 1<]h<i., my best Swui'd, (j!(jld 
Headed (Jane, a pair of pistols & a Howling piece, & any other ai'ms lie may chuse to 
aece[)t of. My Executors to be Thomas liumsey, Es({., ol' the Excise, London, & 
Thomas Bettesworth Bayley, Esq., of Hope, co. Palatine of Lancashire. 

Proved at London 12 March 1774 by Thomas Rumsey, Esq., one of the Executors, 
and power reserved for the other Executor when he shall come to seek for it. 
(l»-l, Bai'grave.) 



Will of Francis Pj;umtre, Esq. [Barrister-at-Law], 7 July 1778. 

I Francis Plumtro of the parish of 8^ Andrew ITolborn, co. Mid'". To my 
wife Dorothy Plumtre my chambers situate in Essex Court, Middle Temple, & to 
her all my real & jiersonal estate & she sole Executrix. 

Proved at London 10 January 1782 by Dorothy Plumtre, widow, the sole 
Executrix. (3UG, Gosling.) 



Will of Ann Bury of Nottingham, Spinster, 12 February 1787. 

I Ann Bury of the Town & County of Nottingham, Spinster. ]\[y messuage & 
Dwelling House situate in a street called Hockley in the Town of Nottingham now 
in my own possession to my sister Dorothy Plumtre, widow of Francis Plumtre, 
Esq., & to her heirs for ever. All my other real estate to my said sister for life with 
remainder to my nephew AVilliam Buiy & his heirs. All my plate, linnen, & house- 
hold goods to my said sistei'. £500 to my dear niece the wife of Anthony Eyre, 
Esq., of Grove, co. Nottingham. To my nephew Sir William Boothby £100. To 
my upper servant Ann Suter all my wearing apparell & £100. To Abel Smith, Esq., 
& John Sherwin, Esq., 5 guineas each for rings. To the poor of the parish of 
S'' Mary, Nottingham, £10. All the rest & residue to my s*^ sister Dorothy Plumtre 
& she sole Executrix. 

Proved at Loudon 10 July 1787 by Dorothy Plumtre, widow, the sole Executrix. 
(309, Major.) 

Will of Dorothy Plumtre, Widow, 5 June 1790. 

I Dorothy Plumtre of the parish of S' George's, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, 
widow. All my real & personal estate whatsoever to John Sherwin of the Town of 
Nottingham & Jolm Plumtre the younger of Jermyn Street in the parish of 
S' James, Westminster, Esq., in Trust for my nephew William Bury & his heirs 
nude in tale & in default to the daughters of the said William Bury as tenants in 
common & in dcf' then to my niece M''^ Judith Lctitia Eyre, widow of Anthony 
Eyre, late of Grove, co. Notts, Esq. To my said niece M''^ Eyre £500 & to Lieut.- 
Col. Eyre son of the said Anthony Eyre £500 & to his brothers £100 each. To 
my brother-in-law John Plumtre & his son the before named John Plumtre, Esq., 
to ]\Iary wife of Richard Carr Glynne, Esq., to M''^ Arabella Plumtre, to 
M" Plumtre widow of Polydore Plumtre, Esq., to M''^ Septimus Plumtre, to M'" 
Plumtre widow of D"" Robert Plumtre, to Henry Plumtre, Esq.,.& Elizabeth Plumtre 
sou &, daughter of tiie before named Polydore Plumtre, & to the 3 sons & 6 daughters 
of tlie s'' D'' Rob*- Phnntre, & to the 2 sons & 1 daughter of the said Septimus 
Plumtre, ^t to M'' & M"* Devaynes of Spring Gardens, & to ]\I''^ Ann Hamer of 
Bath & her son, a mourning ring each. I give to my servant Thomas Tanett if he 
lives with me, etc., £50. To my servant M''* Sturgis £50. To my servant Elizabeth 
Mellors £50. £10 per an. to Deborah Kelham. The s*^ Lieut.-Col. Eyre to be my 
sole Executor. 

Proved at London 10 December 1700 by Anthony Hardolph Eyre, Esq., the 
sole E.\ecutor. (507, Bishop.) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEtlALDICA. 90 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN INSCRIPTIONS IN THE OLD (AND NOW 
CLOSED) PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN LEGHORN.* 



Tmii.scribi,;(l by 
G. MiLNEK-GinsoN-CuLLUM, F.S.A., and the l;iie Kkancis Campbell Macauley, 

Sacred to tlie memory of I Ernestine do Uhueiisteiii | born at Celle in Hannover | 
The 3*1 November 1785 : | died at Florenee | The ly^" November 1825 | Wile to 
Baron | lohn William de Ulmstein | Major General in the Haunoverian Army. 

Sacred to the memory | of Lieutenant Colonel | the Honorable James Forbes | 
of H.B.M. Coldstream Rej^"^ of Guards | (eldest son | of General Lord Forbes of 
Scotland) | who in the prime of life, and at a moment | of participation in the 
splendour, | and festivities of a ball in the Pitti Palace | at Florence on the 25'^' of 
February 1835 | was suddenly removed from this world | by an attack of apoplexy | 
in the 38^'' year of his age | thus affording | an awefully striking instance | of the 
instability of human enjoyment, | and of the uncertainty of human life | his alflicted 
family have caused | this stone with this simple record | of his untimely fate which 
it bears | to be placed over his grave. 



Sacred | to the memory of | Josiah Palmer Esquire | of the | City of Worcester | 
who died at Viareggio | on the 14 August 183'J j aged 09. 

Sacred | to the memory of S. 0. Alves, | wife of William Alves Esquire | of 
Enham Place, | in the County of Southam])fcon, | and eldest daughter of the late | 
Duncan Davidson Esquire, | of .Tullock, M.P. | for the County of Cromartv | she 
died at Leghorn, | the IG*" October 1824. 

Simon Eraser | of Inverness N.B. | Member of the British Factory | Who died 
at Leghorn on the U^'' May 1816 | In The 5G Year of his Age | This Llarble Is 
Inscribed By His | Widow | Grace Lockhart Eraser. 



Elizabeth Maquay, | daughter of George Maquay Esq^^ of S' Stephens | Green, 
Dublin, & of his wife Elizabeth, daughtei' | of Moore Disney Esq'"'^ of Church town | 
in the County of Waterford, Esq'-« | born in Dublin the 11"' April 1787 | died at 
Pisa the 11"' May 1817. 



Here | are deposited the mortal remains of | Mary Susanna Betts | who was an 
obedient daughter ] affectionate wife j and endearing mother | fulfilling these 
duties I with exemplary zeal | in charity not remiss. B. 23 June 17G1 | D. 
31 .January 1839. 



M.S. I Hie sita est Iklarga Sainthil Londiuo | Anglo lil ill'mi D'ni Rob. Sainth. a 
Caro .... I Im. Brit. Rege ad Scren Ferd. II. in Hetr | delegati quo ct ipsa 
[splendidiores eium | stellaesunterraticuij patrepneunte | indignas'cltut belli Furias 
experire | tur domi quva tota fuit Gratiaru' ist . . . . | Ihvc per septennium egregiu 
vita speci | men dcdit sed [ut ctctera solent siibt | iiote iWo textaj minus diu 
duricturtu | nempe citius attiugunt metam quia | prime ciirrunt Obiit . pisis . iii Kal. 
Sext I an. sal. cioiDCL. iEtat. xiiii. Nunc in X.P.O. dormiat quic sajviente feire ne 
dormitavit qo | dem s'clt instaute iam in coeles festo | permittcnda fuit vigila. 

Thomas Cox die xxv. X bris a.u. mdclxxx | Londini in Anglia natns Patre 
Josepho I Cux ill Urbc eadem Mercatorc liiburni in | Etruria facta mercatura ex hac 
vita migi'avit | die xx" Augu.sti A.i). MixxMif :\jtuLis sine | xxiv Honoruin Suorum 
luurodem Johanuum | Cox Eondini mercatorem primum ac Vnicum | Gcrmanum 

* Continued frona p. 70. 



100 MISCELLA.NE.\ GBNEALOGICA. ET IIERA.L'DICA. *! 

declaravit | Thomas Cox of this phace merchant son of Joseph Cox of | London 
]\rorcliaiit was born the ^^^ December mdclxxix and Departed tliis life tlie ^ August 
MDcciu ill the I XXIV yeare of his Agu And appointed John (!ox of London | 
uiurehaiil llie I'^hler and only Hi'other liis isolc. i'lxcciitor. 
( AiniH : 'J'lircc cockb unci u chief.] 

I).0.]\L I Here lies the Body of j Michael Burges Esq'' [son of | William Burges 
Gent: of the | City of Norwich in the County | of Norfolk] who departed this 
Life I y 18"' day of Fub'y ITOS in the | 00'" Year of His Age : | He was Capt'" y'= 
Navy of His | MM. Peter Leopold A. 1). of Austria | (i. 1). of Tuscany. ] This 
Monument was erected | to His IMemory by his Loving Wife, | his relict | in the 
tomb I adjoining. 



Here | lies . the . remains | of | William . Magee . Seton . | merchant ( of | New- 
York I who . departed . this . life , at . Pisa | the . 27 . day . of . December . 1803. 

Sacred to the Memory of ( Henry De Butts | A Citizen of Baltimore N. America | 
who died at Sarzana on the | Fourth of December Anno Domini | 1801 | Aged 32 
Years | Suis Cams Vixit ([uibus Flentibus | Obiit | this tribute | of respect | is paid 
by his I Friend | W. J. Purviance. 



Sacred to the memory | of | Elizabeth Stainforth | daughter of | Richard Terrick 
Stainforth | of Hutton Lodge in the | County of York | who departed this life | at 
Florence April 29 . 1822 . | in the seventeenth year | of her age. 

In memory of | William Owen Wheatley Esqre., Lieu. R.N. | eldest son of the late 
Mag'' [sic] General Wheatley | he died at Pisa March the •!"', 1833 in his 35 year. 

Henry Leicester, Esq^ 



Julian Boering aged . 77. | deceased at Florence : January : 1814 | in remem- 
brance of his long I iiouourable faithful services | to their father | this marble is 
dedicated by | Anna Countess Cowper | and | Emily Gore. 

Sacred to the memory I of | William Robertson | native of Ireland | who 
departed this | life on the 11"' of | April mdcccxvi . aged xxxvii years | He was a 
tender husband an affectionate I father and a sincere friend. 



S.M. I lacobi Moodie | ex Orcadibus Scotiai insnlis | legati in classe Regia 
Britannica | luvenis eximiie spei | qui selectiis | ut exponiret in terram copias 
Ik'itannic''^ | ad Liburnum dominati""" Galh^" liberand"'" | inter fidos sodales | 
auxilium ferre eheu frustra conantes | irato mare submersns I xxviii xL anno j 
Idibus Decembri Jincccxiir | innnatura morte comptus est. | Hoc monumentum j 
ollicii causa ( prccfetns neo non legati aliique | navis Britannica^ America | non sine 
laehrymis | posuere. 



Georgius Blay, M.I). | Liburni Aprilis | die xviii""* a.d. | mdccciv | animara 
cfllavit. 



D.O.M. I Samuel Randall Anglns | avidus gloria) Fideltatis AmiDtor | ]\IoribnB 
intcgvrrimus Navis Dux Streniius | Diun ad orientis Pcrgeret Rcgeones | Maris 
Sicvitiam expertus | In Undis demersiis Siiuni clausit diem | et ejus ossa Ex 
yEquorum Voracitate Erepta | hoc in Tunuilo iacent | ]\ralorum Novissimnm 
Iiicin-rit I die xxix Ja | nuarii A.D. MDCfiXXiv ab incarnat'"' | tctatis quidein sua; 
xxxxiv. 

[Arms not very clear.] 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDICA. 101 

D.O.M. I Hoc sub marmore jacet Gulielinns Hobson | merc.itor Anglus qui in 
Pui'gatoriom ercium | 8. Jucobi Libiirni Uithali.oppressus asgritudine | in sinu Ictlii 
extravit die 22 niensis May | A.S. KITl -^tatis Bute 25. 

[Anns : On a chevron between three roiimlels :ih many cinquefoils ; a chief chequy.] 



Here lyeth Buried the corps of Charles Foote | Nephew to Robert & Brother to 
Sanmell Foote Mareiiauts | of Legonu; he was borne in London y'^ 18 day off | 
October IGGO & dyed in liCgorne y^ 2 day of 7mber | 1G74. 

[Arms : A chevron, and in dexter chief a trefoil slipped.] 



[Medallion Portrait.] 
Francis Horner, | Member of The British Parliament | Born Edinburgh August 
12, 177S, I Died at Pisa February S, 1817. [ In his Puldic Life, j He was 
Distinguished | for his ] Splendid Talents and Spotless Litegrity : j In his Private 
Life I AsaSon, aBrotlieranda Friend, I he was | Dutiful AfFectionate and Sincere | 
His Father | Erected This Monument, | and otfers | This Tribute to his Memoi-y. 



Sacred to the memory | of | David Kennedy Esquire | of | Kirkmichael | 
Ayrshire, Scotland | who died at Leghorn | on the P' of September | 1833 . | aged 
35 . years. 

Sacred to the memory | of | Rob : Henrietta Kennedy, | who died at Leghorn, 
on I the 1"' of October 1822 . | in tlie 17'''' year of iiei' age . | yuungcst dauglitcr 
of I David Kennedy Es(i'' of | Kirkmichael, Ayrshire, | Scotland j and Henrietta 
AVhitefoord | his wife. 



Eliza I eldest daughter | of Sam and Sarah Lowe | born at Florence | 3'' of May 
1820 . I died at Leghorn | 21"^ of September 1828. | A purer spirit | than hers | 
never inhabited | a human form. 

In memory | of the gentle, the amiable, the affectionate Louisa, | youngest 
daughter of p]dward Tooke Esquire, | of the City of Bath, | who lies beneath 
sleeping in death | until the consummation of all things. | This stone is inscribed | 
by her eldest sister and her brother in law | at whose liouse, she died | in Florence, 
on the XIII . day of May 1819. 



J. E. B. 



Sacred | to the memory of the | ReV* l-ldward May . | Rectoi- of Belfast, and | 
youngest son of the late | Sir Edward May Bar' | of Waterford, Ireland, died at Pisa, 
2PK)ct'"- 1819 . I aged 37. 



Under this stone are | deposited the remains | of Francis Drewe, and | Louisa 
Jane Drewe | children of the late | ReV^ Edward Drew [sir] \ of Broadhembury | 
in DevoiiKhiie, Th(! I former died at Fisa | on the 19"' March 1817 | aged 11 years, 
the I latter died at Pisa | on the 10 May 1817, aged 17 years. 

John Mitchell died | at Leghorn | on the 20'" of December | 1818. 



Here | lyes the body of | Elizabeth Lloyd | daughter of Thomas Lloyd ) born in 
;horn | the 1 . of Aug: A.D. 1735 | and departed this life | the 30 Jan^' 173(;. 



Here lies the Body of | Thomas Lloyd who | departed this Life the | 23** Feb. 
1745 Aged 44 Years. 



102 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA El^ HEUALDlCA. 

PTere lies tlie Body of John | Peter Loyd wlio departed this | Life the 9 of Oct. 
171() in the Fifdi year of his Age | Likewjse the Body of James Loyd who departed 
this life the 1(» of Jan. 1717 Li the fifth year | also of his Age Both Sons of M. | 
'I'homas lioyd Who Lyes liiterrd | in this Burying (J round. 

David Uariy, Vmi | died at Pisa | on tlio 15 of | October | A.D. 1781. 

AllaMemoria | Di Anna Africana Barry | Moglie Di Giovanni Rodolfo Schintz | 
Morta I II di i) Settenibre mdcocxx | di Anni xlii. 



Owen Brigstocke Greene | died 4 July 1822. | Aged 20 years. 

Sacred [ to the memory | of | Thomas Sewell M.D. | late of Gibraltar | born tiie 
IG . July 1785 | died the 23 . July 18?>n \ aged 48 . years. 

Sacred to the memory of | Emily | daughter of Henry and Eliza Fisher | who 
departed this life 12 . of Dec. 1837 | aged 16 months. 

lohn Ferrie | son of Ptobert Ferric Esq. | Glasgow ( died 29 Oct. 1815 | aged 
10 years. 



Elizabeth Holwell "Degen | daughter 1 of Charles Furlong & Elizabeth Vassall 
Degau I born at Boston, North America | March 28"', 1799 . | died at Leghorn | 
Sept'- PS 1815. 

Sacred to the memory | of | Capt. Eleazer Nickerson | of Boston | who died at 
Leghorn 2G . August | 1836 . | aged 28 years. 

Here lies interred the remains | of Doctor John Harrod | Son of John S. Harrod 
of Baltimore | in the United States of America | who died in Leghorn on the 
eleventh of October | anno Domini 1834 | in the twenty fifth year of his age. 

Sacred | to the memory of the Reverend j Tliomas ILiU | who, for nearly 41 
years filled the office and | faitiifuUy performed the function of Chaplain to the | 
British Factory at Leghorn | To tlie zealous discharge of his religious duties he 
added I the best qualities of the heart, and a characteristical firmness, | which at 
a period of foreign invasion, | saved from destruction the sanctnary, where his ashes 
now repose. | He was born in Philadelphia in the year 1750, | and died at Leghorn 
12 Api-il 1824 I aged 74 years. | This monument has been erected by the | British 
Factory | in token of respect for his memory | and alfectionate remembrance of his 
many virtues. 

Here lie the remains of | Caroline Ann Furse Daughter of | George & Mary 
Furse who died | a.u. 1811 . Aged 4 Months | Also the Remains of George Furse 
their Sou who departed this life a.d. 1813 Aged 5 years. 

Erected | to the memory of | Matthias Unwin . born at Castle He | dinghani in 
the County of Essex and | upwards of fifty years a respectable | merchant of this 
place I He departed this life on the | 2°'' Nov'' a.d. 1786 . aged S6 . years. 

Here lies | the body of Captain | Roger Whidbey, of the | Ship Golden Tiion 
transport, | who departed this life, | the 28'-'' day of Jvne 1795, | in the forty third 
year | of his age. 



Here lyes | The Body of | James Tiockliart Youngest Son of | General James 
Count Lockhart & Annabella | Crauford His Third Wife who died at Pisa | at 
a Tender Age. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. l03 

Antluiny Aiificrc F.Hquirc | of Koiilslmin Old Hall | in tlie | County of Norfolk | 
npwiu'ds of forty ci-^lit years | in the | Oonunission of tlio Peace | for that ('oiuity | 
died at Pisa | the 2'J"' day of November 1833 | in his 7(J^'' year. 

3 : January 17SG. | departed this life | Sarah Williams | an affectionate wife | an 
indvlgcnt parent | a sincere friend | and an honest woman | Also at foot of this the 
remains | of John Williams her husband who died | y''- P^ Feb^ 1805 aged G7 Years. 

In lull hope | of a joyful resurrection | rcposeth M'» Elizabeth Jolly | April 29, 
1785 I aged on that day | twenty four years. 



[Medallion Portrait.] 
This Monument Is Erected | To Per[)etuate The Memory | Of Francis Jerny 
Escpiire | Who Died the | 30 of October Anno 1781 | Aged 7(J years. 

Anna Countess Cowper ] widow of George Nassau Clavering, Earl Cowper . | 
died at her A^'illa del Cipresso near Florence | September 5, 1826, aged 08. 
Erected | by her only surviving son j Francis Leopold Earl Cowper. 

Here lieth the body of | Abel Anthony second son of | George Hering & Ann 
Gower | born at Leghorn | the 13^'' January 1824 . died the 9"» January 1831. 

Robertus lohannes Chad,Georgii Chad Boroneti deThursford in agro Anglorum | 
Norfolciensi filius natu maximus vigesimo septimo die mensis Augusti, annum | 
ageus ictatis suiv; vigesimum primum, salutis hnmauffi 1798 mortalia reiiquit : | lunic 
optiime spei adolesccntem, moribus ornatuin integorrimis, candore animi insignem, I 
sunnna i)ietate in suos eximio in patriam amore luget moestissimus pater superstes | 
})ra;ivit e terris mater lugent carissima) | cum fVatribus sorores : Eheu 1 quam 
flel)ilis I occidit qui cum [)atriiii suisque pulcherrimis in banc vitam frnctus 
promisset, | occidit, veluti flosculus arl)orc dire[)tus, donee suprema, tandem 
efflorescit, | die luterno vere donandus. [Also in Greek.] 

Sacred . | to . the . memory . of . | Charles . Ord . ( of . Fenham . in . the . | 
County . of . Northumberland . | Esquire . | who . departed . this . life . | at . Pisa . | 
on . the . 17 . of . May . a.d. 181 G . | in . the . 29 . year . of . | his . age. 

Sacred | to the l\It'mory of M"" 'i'liomas Pollard | I^Iember of the liritish Factory 
of Leghorn | who died on the 2G"' day of August 1805 | in the 55"' year of his Age. 
[Ariiib ; I'Jniiiue, a cross; iiiipaliiig, throe boars' Lc;;uls coupcd.] 



Here repose | the remains of | Jane Stub | daughter of the Rev. T. Hall | vvif 
of Gherard Stub | who after having fulfilled | tiie part of a good Christian, | dutifu 



ife 
dutiful 
child, I loving sister, | atlectionate wife, | fond mother, | and faithful friend, | on 
the 28 . April 1823 . | in the 36 . year of her age, | changed an earthly | for a 
heavenly abode. 



Thomas Sebastian Hall. | To the memory of Thomas Sebastian Hall | sou of the 
ReV^T. Hall, Cluiplain to the | British Facty at ricghorn who bathing | in a troubled 
sea was unfortunately drowned | on the xiii"' Augs*^ mdcccxv , | in the xxi^' year of 
his age ; | This monument was erected by his | friends and companions. 

Here lays [sic] the body of Catherine | ]\Iurray, who dyed at Leghorn the | 28'^ 
of April . 1777 . aged sixteen years | only child of James Murray Esq« of Broughton . 
in North Britain &, the | Right Hon^'"^ Lady Catherine Stewart | his spouse. 
[Arms : Quarterly — 1 and 4, three mullets ; 2 and H, . . . .] 

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ABHTllAOTS OF WILLS. 

] 677, Aug. 1 . Thomas Acton of the Paikc in tlic parish of Claverky, co. Salop, 
Esquire. ]\ly manor or farme, called lludwiek Fanne, in the parish of Prior's 
Ditton, CO. Salop, I give to my daughter Sarah Acton, but in case my eldest son 
shall pay her £GUO at her age of 18 years or day of marriage, the said gift or devise 
shall be utterly void. I give my third part of the manor of Tasley, co. Salop, to ray 
well-beloved wife Mabel! Acton, she to pay my daughter Uachell Acton and my son 
C'iement Acton .l'(!UU between tliem wiien 18. My said eldest son Thomas Acton 
under 21. 'I'he residue to my said wife, sole executrix. 

(Signed) Tiio. Acton. 

Tn the presence of Thom. Aldinckes, Richard Addams, Ann Field, Peter Beavon. 

Proved at Tiondon 17 Feb. ](j77[-8] by Mabel Acton the relict and executrix. 
(P.C.C, 10, Reeve.) 

1712, Aug. 20. Amy Waldron of Knoll Tlill in the parish of Stapleford 
Abbott, CO. Essex, widow, " sick and weak of body." To be buried under the 
marble stone which my son John was formerly buried on the north side of the 
chancel of the aforesaid parish. My executoi's to pay the debt of twenty pounds 
sterling due upon bond from my son Francis Stonard Waldron to M"" Nathanael 
Belsham, sciioolmastcr, of Hitchin in Hertfordshire. I give to M"" Robert Walker 
of Lamborn 20^ To my cozen William Ram of Bromfeild, gent., '20^ The said 
William Ram and Robert Walker executors. To M'" (ieorge Tilden of S' Paul's, 
Coveiit (iarden, woollendi'aper, 20% who I do appoint trustee to my grandson John 
AValdron. To my grandson CJeorge Waldron my best bed, etc. I'o my servant 
Ann Hand all my wearing apparel. 

(Signed) Amy Waldron. 

Witnesses : William Benton, William Allen, the mark of Thomas Person. 

Proved 17 Sep. 1712 by Robert Walker. Power reserved for William Ram. 
(P.O.C., 177, Barnes.) 

1726, Jan. 6. Francis Stonard of the parish of St. Botolph without Bishop- 
gate, citizen and distiller of Tjondon, " weak in body." To be buried in Bishopgate 
church. T give to my brother Richard Stonard £20 per annum for life. To his 
son John Stonard £100 wiien 21, my executors to ])rovide him with necessary 
apparel during his apprenticeship. To all the other children of my said brother 
liichard £10 apiece. To my cousin Mary Newton £50, and to her children £10 
apiece. To my cousin Judith (!riggs £r)0, and to her children £10 apiece. I 
forgive and release to my cousin Elizabeth Vickary £200, part of the moneys owing 
to me from her husband on a mortgage. To my maidservant Penelope Locksley 
£12 a ycai' for life, 'i'he several annuities to be paid out of the rents and in-ofits 
of my leasehold messuages, etc., in S"- Martin's lo (Jrandand the i)arish of S^ Anne 
and .\gnes within Aldersgate, Lon<lon. To my gi'andciiildren Francis and John 
Newcomb and Francis Vincent £100 apiece when 21. To my son-in-law William 
Newcomb my leasehold messuage which I now dwell in situate in Bisho})gate 
street with my stillhouse and all my interest therein, and whereas he is a ])artner 
with me in trade 1 give him all my stock in trade, household gcjods, plate;, etc. 
1 give to my dauglit(;r Vincent £20 to buy her j)late, etc., and to my son-in-law 
(ie(U'ge Vincent £i5000. The residue to my said sons-in-law William Newcomb 
and Cieorge Vincent, e<iually, joint executors. 

(Signed) ffu. Stonard. 

Witnesses: Will. Wingfield, Will. Scarrow, Humy lletherington. 

Proved IG Jan. 172G[-7] by ihe executors named. (P.C.C, 2;}, Fai'rant.) 

]\K(iiNAi,D Stewart Boddinqton. 
Oonslilu/ionnl Club, 

Norl/itiml/r/ld/id Avenue, London. 



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ABSTRACTS OF WTT.LS. 

1(140, Fob. 2:5. liegacics l)e(iueatlu'(l by me Gkouoe Day theklcr, gent., unto 
my wife tiiul ebildreii ilebi'iiavy the xxiij", IGIG. Imprimis I be(iiicath to my wife 
M"^ MargaiX't Day all my p'soiiail goods, etc., my eldest son I\I'' (u'orge Day to let 
ber have a chamber to herself. To my daughter Elizabeth £200, etc. To my 
daughter Leticia £200, etc. ]\Iy sonne Roger Day. IMy younger children. To my 
Bonne William £145. To my sonne Roger £145. Fifty poundes ajjcece to my sons 
Jolm and 'i'homas, and five poundes apeece to tlie children of sonne Richard deceased. 
Legacy to my son John, in case he die to be paid to his wife. Legacy to my son 
Thomas, in case he die to be paid to his wife. To Anne and Richard Day the children 
of my son Richard Day, deceased, £15 apiece at age of 21. . 

By me Geo. Day, sen. 

Witness, Mathew Fowler. 

Adm'ou 6 Sep. 1047 to Margaret Day the relict. 

Adm'on 10 July 1G55 to Roger Day the son, to adm'" the goods left unadm'*^ by 
Margaret Day, deceased. (P.O.C, 189, Fines.) 

Testator of " West Draiton in com. Midd's " — v. Probate Act Book. 

1003, July 2. Elizabeth Daye of Kenton in the ])arish of Simbury \_sic\, co. 
Middlesex, spinster. I give unto my brother Geoi'ge Daye 5^ and a mourning ring. 
To my brotlier William Daye £20, to be dis])osed of as his two sisters ]\Iargarett 
Pakman and Leticia Boddiugton shall thinke fitt and requisite. To my brother 
Thomas Day £10, or, in case of his death, to Elizabeth Daye his daughter at 18. 
To my neece Anne Daye, daughter of my brother Richard Daye, £10. To my 
cousin George Daye, sonne of my brother John Daye, £5. To my brotlier Roger 
Daye £l(;o, but in case of his death, leaving neither wife nor child, I give the same 
to my cousin George Daye, goldsmyth, and my two sisters Margarett Pakman and 
Leticia Boddington. To my cousin Honoria Kellett, daughter of my cousin Francis 
Kellett, £5. To my cousin Daniell Pakman £C0, my executors paying the interest 
thereof till lie be of age to my sister Margarett his mother. To my aunte Elizabeth 
Borroughs £5, or, in ease of her death, to my cousin Elizabeth Jeneings her daughter. 
To my cousin Pilizabeth Daye £5. To Margarett Dunning, widdowe, £5. To my 
godsonne John Dunning £5. To my two sisters ]\[argarett Pakman and Leticia 
lioddington all my rings, Jewells, chaynes, plate and lynnen. To the poore of 
Kenton 40^ to be divided by Francis Gough. To the ringers at Sunbury 5^ To 
my cousin Elizabeth Day, sister to my couzen George Daye, a ring of 20* price. To 
my said cousin Daye, goldsmith in Lumbard Streete in London, a ring of 20* price. 
]\Iy said cousin Geoi'ge Daye sole executor. 

AVitnesses : Francis Gough, John Osborne, Margarett Dunning. 

Proved at London 31 July 1G63 by George Daye the executor named. (P.C.C., 
91, Juxon.) 

[Note.— In the Will Register the testatrix's place of residence is given as 
"Simbury," in the Probate Act Book "Limbury," Personally, J believe it should 
be "Sunbury," for Sunbury is mentioned in the will ; and in Sharp's " Gazetteer," 
1852, under " Sunbury," we find " Kenton Pk., F. Manners, Esq., was a royal seat 
called (Jhencstone."]* 



Tjtiititia lioddington was buried at Burbage 18 February 1G93, and Thomas 
Boddington 28 November 1G9G. (See Vol. IV., New Series, pp. 230 and 404.) 

Reginald Stewaut Boddington. 

* Thi8 note is by Mr. G. F. T. Sherwood, who made the extracts. 




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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET KERALDICA. 109 

JDemiption of tl)e ^rms! ' ' 

SURMOUNTING TUE UNDATED ADVERTISEMENT OE 

"THOMAS PENSON, AllMES PAINTER." 



The date of this curious and well-designed achievement can be fixed as being 
between 1C77 and 1682 or even 1G80. It was not till 14 December 1G77 that Sir 
Robert Shirley, Bart, (who in 1711 was created Eari Ferrers), was summoned as 
Lord Ferrers (his arms as such Baron being given in the margin), while on 
1 December 1G82 Edward (Noel), fourth Viscount Campden (whose arms as a 
Viscount similarly appear), was created Earl of Gainsborough. Moreovei-, Henry 
(Pierrepont), Marquess of Dorchester (whose arms as such are likewise given), died 
December 1G8U, when that Marqnesate Ijccame extinct, and it is not likely that 
he would be commemorated after his death. The date being thus settled, it 
follows that tlie Royal arms iu the centre must be those of CHARLES II. Tliese 
are surrounded with four shields, one at each corner, those in the 1st and 4th being 
tlie cross of St. CJkoiuik, for FiUgland ; that in the 2iul being the cross of 
St. a n' drew (or saltire), for Scotland; while that in the 8rd is (presumably, for 
the tincLures are not indicated) the cross of St, Patrick, for Ireland. The whole 
is surrounded by sixteen coats in the margin. The four at the top are the arms of 
England, France, Scotland, and Ireland. The eight at the sides are (1) those of a 
Royal Dukedom, being the arms of H.R.H. James, Duke of York, afterwards 
James II, ; (2 to 6) those of each of the five grades of the English nobility, viz. the 
arms of Francis, or Charles (Seymour), tenth, or eleventh Duke of Somerset ; of 
Henry (Pierrepont), i/rtrf/wess of Dorchester; of Theophilus (Hastings), seventh 
Earl of Huntingdon ; of Edward (Noel), fourth Viscount Campden j and, lastly, of 
Robert (Shirley), Lord Ferrers ; (7) the arms of a Baronet, being those of Sir 
AVilliam Hieks, Bart, ; and finally (8), the arms, presumably, of a Knight, i.e. 
those of Sir Thomas Marsh, Knt., of South Mimms, Middlesex (who died December 
1677), but possibly these last-named arms may be those of an Esquire, i.e. of 
Edward Marsh, Esq., only sou and heir of the said Knight. As to the four coats 
of arms at the bottom, it is impossible, as the tinctures are not indicated, to allot 
them with any certainty. The families of Palmer of Northamptonshire, of 
Bamfylde of Devonshire, and of Edwards of Cambridgeshire (the fesse being 
ermines), bear similar coats to the first three, and may possibly be thus indicated. 
The fourth coat is not so easily disposed of. It is somewhat similar to that of 
the family of Hereford, or llerlbrd, but in the arms of Heiclnrd, or Herford, the 
chief is indented, and not plain. 

G, E, 0. 



VOL, IV., SERIES III. 



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110 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 

1735. 

Vincent Jennings, of TJlcomb, and Mary Chittenden. 

Thonnis Bronifield and Mary Medhnvst. 

John Black and Mary Mitchel, both of Linton. 

Tlionias Roff and Mary lirown. 

John i'ope and Elisabeth llartridge. ■ '" ■■ •>•' ■ ,. ■.,■ 

]\lichacl Wood and Ann Lulhani. 

James Evernden, ol' l<'arl(jigh, and Mary Covency. 

William Egger and Elisabeth Athawcs, both ol" IJoxley. 

Edward Prentis and Tamaris Medes. 

Henry Hudson and Mary Ricliards. 

William Charlton, of Loose, and Ann Chambers. 

Robert Worster and Sarah Tanner, both of Boughton Monch. 

Robert Dodd, of Ilotiield, and Margaret Gorham, of Ashford. 

Henry Barrows and Frances Gill. 

John Smith and Hester Nelson. 

Allen Grant, of Cranbrook, and Elisabeth Hoare, of Goudhurst. 

John Weeks, of Yalding, and Elisabeth Houis. 

John Cleater and Ann Collens. 

John Appleby and Mary Nowel. 

Samuel Jones and Martha Sell, both of Loose. ,, . ,. V 

173G. 

Robert Read and Susanna Matthews. 

William Rawlings and Mary (Clapboard. 

Thomas Sell, of Loose, and Ann Athawes, of Boxley. 

Robert Osborn, of S' Nicholas, Rochester, and Sarah Castleden, 

Richard Hearnden and Eleanor Toudyu. 

John Hunt, of IloUingbourne, and Elisabeth Crips, of Leeds. 

William Adams and Elisabeth Wickingham, of Lenham. 

John Page, of Sutton Vallance, and Susanna Groombridge, of Ciiart- 

next-Sutton. 
Thomas Bewley and Elisabeth Gammon. 

Richard Bottle, of Hollingbourne, and IMary Knock, of Otterden. 
George Beaker and Judith Willard. 
Harry Ford and Sarah Featherston. 
Richard Bennett, of Rye, and Wincfred Hammond. 
John Burbridge, of Teston, and Sarah Britcher. 
John Clout ami Elisabeth Stedman. 
Thomas Sutton and Martha Crownage, both of Loose. 
John Crump, of Staplehurst, and Sarah London, of Frittenden. 
M'" Samuel Stevenson and Mary Baldock. 
Richard Jones, of E. Farleigh, and Mary Lash. 
John Waterman, of E. Sutton, and Ann Angles. 
John C!roucher and Hanna Davis. 

Justinian Cooper, of Boughton Malherb,and Elisabeth Haward, of JTunton. 
William Franklin and IMary Hill. 
Andrew Higgs and Rachel Cabbel. 

Stephen Sears, of Chart-next-Sutton, and Mary Hurt, of Linton. 
Jordan Gilbert, of Biirham, and Mary Baker. 
William Grinsted, of Sutton Valance, and Ann Smalman. 
Oliver Harley and Elisabeth Bill. 

♦ Transcribed by the late Rev. J. Cave-Buowne, M.A.— continued from p. 65. 



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MlSCteLLANEA. GEKEALOGICA E't llHRALDlCA. Ill 

Nov. 9 William Stevens and Margaret Loiigley, both of &'■ Mary Magdalen 
Parish, Canterbury. 

John Cheeseraan, of Morsmunden, and Mary Hovey. 

Richard Newman and Mary Whitley, b(;th of Loose. , 

liichai-d lieiinals and Amy Catt. ; ■ iti;.." . ' ' 

William Jackmoor and Elisabeth Osborn. 

William Athawes and Sarah Walter, l)t)th of IMarden. 

William Tjarkin and Jane Lester, both of IMardim. , . 

Stephen Walter, of Marden, and llosamond (iibbs, of Sta|)lehurst. ■■:iM 

Jan. 27 Henry Reeve, of M listed, and Frances Cradock. .%' 

Feb. 2 (Jeorge Wood, of IFoUingborn, and Mai'y llooke, of Wormsel. -^^ 

Feb. 10 Daniel Matthews and Rarl^ara Allen, both of liearsted. •; li' 

Feb. 16 John Rose, of lioxley, and 01)edience (jill. - "ir 

Feb. IG Stej^hen Walter and Phel)e Walter, both of Marden. ^>. . ' "^,^ 

Feb. 24 James Cony 'and Sarah Noakes. ^W'- 

Mar. 6 James Walter and Mary Poole. . . ' '-.S!-. 

1737. 

:■:■-. U\'\)i^ 

Joiin Duck, of Gillingham, and Susan Gore. 

John Jellcry and Mary Atkins. ., ■ 

.John Holder and Mary Springate. 

Paul Ash, of Linton, and Elisabeth Charlton, of Loose. 

John llony and Sarah Hurry. 

James Stonehouse, of Ilollingborn, and Sarah (ioodwyn, of Headcorn. 

Sauuicl Uridgland, of Hurham, and Ruth Webb. 

Tlunnas Hunt, of Stroud, and I'aticnce Weeks. 

John Trowel and Hester Feakens, both of Debtling. 

Thomas Chambers and Mary Polhill, both of Mardeu. 

Michael Stone and Mary Walter, both of Marden. 

John Scoons, of Smarden, and Cath. James, of Boughton Munchelsea. 

Thomas Barbauld, Esq., of S<^ Martin's Orgars, London, and Elisabeth 

L'Eveque. 
John Philpot, of Sheerness, and Ann Sisley, of Bobbin. 
Thomas CoUison, of Chart, and Patience Sands, of Boughton Munchelsea. 
Thomas Pit, of Thurnham, and Mary Carman, of Bearsted. 
Charles Walwyn, gent., of Chatham, and M'^ Ann Chapman. ■ 
Thomas Randall and Sarah Cony. 
George Climson and Elisabeth Charlton. 
Thomas Swiiiyard and Mary Walter. 
Henry Crispe and Ijydia Hyndes, both of Loose. 
John Iku'ren, of Langley, and Sarah Gilbert, of Cranbrook. 
William Woodin and Ann Cooke. 
William Rennals, of Debtling, and Elisab. Wood. 
William Grundall and Ann Dadson. 
Robert Jeffery and Ann Chambers. 
James Wilsoncroft and Mary Cheesman. 
John Carter and Susanna Figg. 
Tlujuias Couns and Elisabeth Brigden. 
William Gardinei- and Ann Shcuf. 
John Kawlings and Susanna liaincs. 
John Stokes and Elisabeth Jordan. 
Robert Cutbush and Margai'et Winder. 
Michael Dove and Elisab. Lepper. 
John Norris, of Chatham, and Ann Jordan. 
Benjamin Waters and Elisab. Barling. 
John Gotle, of Snadland [sio], and Susanna Pawley. 



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112 • MISCELLANEIA. GENEALOGTCA. ET HERALDICA. i 

Christopher Goodwin and Susanna Smith, both of Doddington. 

Andrew Halls, of Loose, and Eiisab. Humphry, ; . 

Stephen Ra\vlinfi,s and Susanna Martin. 

Barniibas Nash, of Yalding, and Jiine llowton, 

Robert Wickens and Margaret Mantelow. 

James Carter, of Pluckley, and Martha Elliot, of Egerton. 

'-f^.:./'o,j,. ■■' C\yM\U:K, . 1738. • _ ^ ,. ' . •■',;■ 

Walter Jury and Hannah Aps. 

Thomas Nevel and Sarah Alexander. 

James WooUey and Dorothy Cooper. . .;•''' 

Richard Hernden and EHsabeth Hughes. v,;!^'. 

William Turner and Iillisabeth Keelar. . "; V^l 

Rieiiard Ballard and Mary Wright, of Staplehurst. » ' 

John Lion and Ann Eastland. 

Josias Fuller and Mary Carman. 

James Brittah and Judith Riehardson. 

William Smith and Mary Gardiner. ;,jm'".''-! 'i'l'^'' 

Henry Stokes, of Milton, and Patience Hills. 

William Eastland and Ann Pattenden. . 

Robert Collens and Mary Howton. 

William Lott, of Bearsted, and Sarah Willard. ■ ' 

Henry Arouspergur and ]\Iargaret Mills, of Chatham. 

John Hughes, of Chatham, and Mary Taylor. 

James Stonehouse and Mary Ferral. 

Thomas Martin and Ann Pett. 

John Taylor and Ann Hawkins, of Aylesford. 

Thomas Jordan and Elisabeth Allen. 

Thomas Turner, of Snodland, and Catherine Hutson. 

Tuuothy Coveney, of Suudrieh, and Catherine Garland. 

John Coi)per and Ann Chapman. 

John Pine and Mary Crick. 

Kiehard Cutbush and Sarah Sinnnonds. 

Thomas Drawbridge and Mary Bills. 

William Pell and Mary Medhurst, both of Upchurch. 

John Steers, of Leeds, and Margaret Wall. 

William Checksfield, of Leeds, and Mary Morice, of Langley. 

Thomas Lepper and Ann Wcstbrook. 

John Lavender and Sarah Kingsnorth. 

Robert Peene and Sarah Fulks. 

Heuwood Matthews and Mary Hughes. 

Charles Martin and Elisabeth Christian. 

John Gower and Ann Sears. 

William Read and Susanna Branch. 

John Taylor and Allen Stevinson. 

William Williams and Ann Hunt. 

John Waters and Susanna Cousins, both of Milton. 

Taylor Bromfeild and Elisabeth Phips. 

Edward Williamson aud Margaret Goodhew, both of Stockbury. 

William Buker and ElisabethBates, both of Addington. 

Ji)lin Clayton and Elisabeth Hall. 

William Hernden and Ann West. 

James Hawkins and Mary Wcstbrook. 

John Hony and Ann Lockett. 

William Martin and Mary Martin. 

Samuel Remmingtou and Susanna FuUager, both of Boughtou Munchelsea. 



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MISCELLANEA GEtfEALOGICA ET IIEIIALDIGA. Il3 

JuM. 25 Thomas Tri-- of Ilarnatslmin, mu\ VA\sah,lh Yam of Ulcomb 

l<eb. 23 Thomas I'ickeiideu and Aim llussy 

J^eb. 25 John Prior and Elisabeth Coleman. ., ■,."■'.■:':',': 7 ",'^'. 

1739. 

April 2 John Sheblea, of Chatham, and Ann Smith 

Am-i ?>! *T.;^nJ;'' P'^''is an.l Martha (Jossliny, both of 'irarrietsham. 

Apu 24 James Bassett and Sarah Beckett. 

April 24 John Stone and Lydia Ilarwood '' ■ ^ ' •• 

Apnl28 RoI)ert Sibly, of Otham, and Elisab. Collson. ;■ ' ^ ■: ■• ' " 

Alay 31 John Mason and Aim Whetstone .;'.•..'!..,;..,.-. 

June 3 Jolm Hubbard and Mary Kennard 

June l;j John Hills and Elisab. Williams 

July 30 John Fletcher and Mary Chittenden, 

bep. 4 James Cutbnsh and Jane Lnlham 

Sep. 20 William Johnson and Susanna W^orgar 

oei: I S.rt.;r.:n^.!^;r'co£;:°'''°' ■'-"="''- ""-'•^'-- 

Oct. 10 Thomas Holland and Mary Price 

oft' f } w-n'- ^''p'^"" '^"'^ ^^'''y ^^"'■^' ^ot'i ^f I^oose. 

oc' 2> \!''T^^'"'^"n^^'''^^"'''"^^^''«'^'^'^thI).d8on. ■' ■ 

Uct. 22 John Colleiis and Cath. Purliss. 

Oct. 28 John Cheesman and xMary Bi-ittah 

Nov. 11 Roger Giles and Mary Climson 

Nov. 11 Thomas Aked-and Elisab. Catland 

Nov. 16 Richard Reeves and Jane Eorster 

Nov. 20 Joseph Forman, of Chart, and Sarah Lester, of Linton. 

Nov' ?o {V-ir^'n?"""^/\"^^^''^''^^''-'^^''1^3''»^°thofUlco,nb. 

Dec 1 W liTm ^1'^-^ ^"i"£,l^"^-"«' ='"d Susanna Fetherstone. 
ijcc. 1 William Scardeleild and Mary Collens 

oc. 9 Isaac Leeds and Elisab. Wilkens. 

Jan. 15 William Buckstone and Elisab. Thorne. 
^eb. 10 Edward (Jleed and Susan Walter 

Feb. 19 Edward Ellis and Jane Baldock 

Nathaniel Turner and Elicia Wcathorsby, both of Boxley. 
('/;■ ic ct'iiUiiUcil.') 



Mar. 18 



WILL OP JOHN STOKYS OF ROMNE 1405 

et eosdem facio et constituto meoriu us,m.dl .w / ' ^""^axat persolutis, 



114 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 

WILL OF JOHN STOICYS, 1{,K0T0II OF (i YSLYNOTTAM, M07. 

Ill (I(!i tiomiiie A men. K<ro .loIiiuuieH Stokys liecLor cccloHio parocliiulis do 
(;yHlyiij,'Iiiiiii bono moiiLis saue (|iu! inomorii; die liiiic proximo [)mt l"(;Htuin iiHcuiiHionis 
doiiiiiii anno doiiiiiii milloBinio CCCC'"" suptcin condo testamentum meum in liniic 
inodiim. Ill priuiis h<<;o aniniani nicuin deo omnipotenLi beate Marie et omnibus 
Sanctis eins, ct corpus menm ad sepeliendum in cancello de (iyslyngham i)redicto. 
I (.cm Icn^o ad soliicionein campanormn ibidem xv». Item lei^-o ad emendacionem 
pamiienti predicti cancelli x". iLcm Icyo ad emendacionem clausui-i cimeLerii 
ibidem vj-' viij''. Kt ad istud testamentum perficiendiim volo quod omnes fructiis 
et obuencioiies qualitei'cunKiue proucnieiites et ])rouenirc debentes pretextu dicte 
ecclesie nice vsquc ad proximum sinodiim post festum sancti michaelis arcliangeli 
proximo futurum vcndantiir per executores meos iuxta vim ct eflectuin eonstitu- 
tionis Sinodalis Norwiceiisis diocesis que incipit Walterus dei gracia et cum precio 
corumdem soluaiitur omnia debita mea Residuum vero omnium bonorum meorum 
sub quacumque forma iuuentor si quod super fuerit volo quod predictum residuum 
vendatur et pauperibus amicis uieis secundum disposicionem executorum meorum 
pro anima mea distribuatur ad istud vero testamentum meum fideliter exequendnm 
et expedienduin tales constituo facio et ordino executores me<js, videlicet Robert um 
Rectorem ecclesie de Thornliam magna et Robertum (^velwryth pi'cdictos ut ipsi 
deiim habeaiit pre oculis et ita disponant super premissis prout melius et salubrius 
anime raee viderint expedire. Datum apud Gislyngliam predictum die et anno 
supradicto. 

Proved at Ocle Magna, Norwich diocese, 9 June 1407. (Arundel, 541^.) 
[Any information as to the Testators will be most welcome. 

Arthur Schomberg.] 



(©tncaloflical 0ott^ autr (aucric^. 



BLACKET QUARTERING IN BISHOP. 
Ill " Visitation of London," vol. i., p. 74 (Harl. Soc.),thc ei-hth quartering of Bishop is given 
as "Blewct [?]," this is really I'.lackel, and comes in by BaHkcrville with IMilborue. Ralph 
Baskorvillo 6qcoiu\ .son— this accounts for the crescent ou the Baskerville quartering— of ISir 
John l(a.skervi!lc, Knt., burn lllO, married Anne, daughter and coheiress of Sir John Blackett, 
Knt., and left an only dau^lder and heiress, Jane, married to Simon Rlilbourne. (See Burke's 
"Commoners," vol. i., p. DO.) The coat, tricked "Azure, a bend between two cotises and six 
crosscs-crosslct titchee or," occurs also in Dugdale's "St. Paul's," p. 118; and a reading in 
"Visitation of Gloucestershire," p. 269 (Harl. Soc.), under ' Wbittington,' where it comes in with 
Milbornc and Baskerville ; but there seems to be a reading with the field "sable," which, if 
there is anything in a name, might prove more correct. 

F. W. 



GENEALOGY OF TflE LOVEJOY FAMILY. 
Any persons connected with the Lovejoy Family in England, or descendants from them at 
any time, who will send any particulars to the undersigned, with the understanding that it is 
for insertion in the work he is engaged in compiling concerning their genealogy, will greatly 
oblige by sending such particulars, autheidicated by dates, to Mr. D. R. Lovejoy, Cataract 
Chemical Company, Niagara Falls, New York, U.S.A. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 115 



A Smintcr throvgh Knit with Pen and Pencil. By Charles iQaLKSDEN. Ashford : "Kent 

Express" Office, 1900. 
This is a pleasinpr quarto, making 80 pp., but which might have been much enlarged 
and we think with as ^n-.-at a hucccsh as in its present size. The popular parts arc still left 
tor a tuture liistorian, lakin- in from Chislohur.st an.l Sevenoaks-ci.anns in thcinscives- 
Gravesend, Cobham, Faversham, Whitstable, etc., riglit on through Canterbury to Dover and 
Folkestone. Tiie author has chosen the district between Tmdjridge, Maidstone, and Ashfor.l 
right on to Dungeness, and begins the book at Kennington, near Ashford. In tliis village 
they have national schools, a punij) to commemorate the Queen's Jubilee, allotment gardens and 
recreation ground, some nuHlcl dwellings, and two ghost stories-one of a lady in wliite and 
another of a si)cctre coach. Happy Kennington, wlu'u you are told besides that neither spectre 
has ever been seen I Among its historical facts arc accounts .d' smugglers and the remains of a 
gallows-tree, where highwaymen dangled at times. 

Wye is next given, with its bridge built in 1(!;58, supersc.ling an old wooden one It is 
celebrated for its wild flowers and a " holy well " blessed by »t. Eustachius, endowed with such 
muaculous power that by merely tasting it all diseases were cured. It is still used for eye 
alfections. Ghilham an.l Dungeness are next given, though some distance apart, the former 
having every evidence of being near where a Roman settlement had been. The church is 
noted for its imposing tower and handsome porch, and was built in 15:^1 ; it had also a gallery 
for the use of the "company of singers" added to it in 1772, but this has since disappeared. 
The village revels in tales of a murder and a headless lady on a " spirited " charger. 

Our author having gone as far as^ Dungeness, with its lighthouses looking straight over to 
Cape Grisnez, gives Pluckley next, near to Ashford, which as a quiet retreat seems well suited 
for invalids, being 300 feet above the sea. Strolling among the tombstones in the old church- 
yar<l you come across several singularities, one being that of a tombstone commemorating the 
death of a wife with the name of her liusband also engraved, although still alive and yet waiting 
to join her. Surrenden, with its fine elm trees, is within a mile, and the Dering family has been 
there for thirty generations, the previous baronet having possession of the title at the a-e of 
three, and holding it till the age of eighty-eight. The " Dering Arms " Inn is, as the authorlays 
a picture in itself. The remainder of the book gives brief accounts of Harden, Charing Lenham 
High Ilalden, Bethersden, Sturry an.l Fordwich, and Wingham, of which each has an excellenl! 
history given, and, like the preco.ling villages, illustrated in little sketches in black and white 
give a charn. to th.. book, which, at its price of 2.s. (Id., is worth every Kentish man havin- it' 
It IS in Its second edition, and being nicely printed and a convenient size, ought to comnnm.l 
even a better sale still. 



The Hegister. of the Par Uh Church of A.ton.ju.rta.Ph-n,lH,jham. Transcribed and Edited by 
VV ILLIAM |. . CAUTEU, B.A., of the Inner Temple, Hairistcr-at-Law. Hirminohain • C Coouer 
and Co. 11)00. " " ^ 

THIS is the first volume of the Registers of Aston, which begin in 1514. They were oriciually 
printed by the Editor from 1000 in the ^'Midland Antiquary," and by the advice of Friends 
he has issued the present edition, beginning from the earlier date, involving 46 pp. as a pre- 
hminary to p. 1, which begins the 1000 Bcgisters-an unfortunate arrangement, becarse it shews 
he difterence m the paper, etc. The whole makes Ml pp., and the Registers go to 1039 The 
Editor has supplied an Index at the beginning, and the book is worthy of being supported by 
the Members ot the Register Society and others. No price is gi.en for the Part, which is done 
up in a paper wrapper. 



IIG MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

The Viryiiiia Magazine of History and Biography, Januiuy, April, July 1900. Virginia 
Historical Society, Richmond, U.S.A. 

These three Parts keep up the general interest of the Work. " Richmond during 1812" is 
interesting, shewing how alert the inhabitants were for fear of being invaded by the British 
Fleet uniler Sir George Cockburn. There are articles on the Virginia Militia, Abstracts of 
Virginia Land Patents, and an account of Virginia in 1628, where a ship is mentioned as having 
taken an Angola with many negroes, which the Captain bartered for tobacco to bring home. In 
genealogy there is a good account of the Fitzhugh family, with five portraits in the three parts, 
and also of the Farrar family, originally of Yorkshire, and related to the Bishop of St. David's, 
who suffered martyrdom in 1555. 

The April Numl)cr contains several papers on Virginia, iind also adds to the account of John 
Paul Jones, the pirate as he was called in England. 

In the July Number are some interesting letters of Mrs. Ralph Izard concerning affairs in 
1780 and after, expressing the hope that the French would come and drive the English away, 
and the capture of Lord Coruwallis and his whole army is such a stroke against Great Britain 
that she must give in and have peace ! This Part also contains a photograph of the tomb of 
Robert Throckmorton, in Huntingdonshire, England, and continues the accounts of the Fitzhugh 
and Farrar families, besides other interesting articles. 



Fvnlaml Notes ami Queries, April and July li)00. Peterborough : George 0. Caster, 
Market Place. 

The April Part opens with an interesting account of an old benefactor to the Fens, John Perry, 
who in 1710 stopped Dagcnham Breach for the British Government, after being in the employ 
of Czar Peter the Great as a Comptroller of the Russian Maritime Works. There is also an 
amusing account of " Bill Hall," a local poet and pliiloso|)hcr llourisliing at Lynn in 1810. 

In the July Number more tokens arc given, illiislraled by a plate, the quaint spelling of one 
of which is Peetorbovrowgh, There is also a good notice of Colonel Moore, C.B., an entl usiastie 
local antiquary and a descendant of Sir Thomas More. 



The Journal of the Ex Libris Society. Vol. X., July to September. A. and C, Black, 
Soho Square. 

The July Part contains a very nice plate of four designs by Mr. J. Vinycomb, well printed b 
the Art Printing Company, and the plate of Mr. John P. McKiiight is a quiet reminder to the 
worthy President that process blocks can be printed equal to engraved plates. The Shrewsbury 
School plates are samples of 1750 work. The School might worthily improve upon the present . 
plates, if any artistic scholar in 1900 undertook the design. Among the plates for identification 
we see are the arms of Lord Raymond of Abbots I^angley 1732 (No. 425), a full description ofJ'^ 
which, by the Clarenceux King of Arms, is kindly written for our present Part. Our Editor bad 
it among his large collection of bookplates, ■'»■ 

The August Part is embellished with nine bookplates of the Rylands family, the head of 
which died early this eventful year. His sons are well known, too, as leading members of 
several Societies, Mr. J. Paul Rylands having been Hon. Secretary with Sir George J. Armylage, 
Bart., of the Ilarleian Society, at present busily occupied as Editor of " Musgrave's Obituary," 
four volumes of which will be issued this year. Mr. Harry Rylands is well known as the active 
Secretary of the Society of Biblical Archeology. The frontispiece plate of Mr. J. Paul Rylands 
was designed by his brolIu:r. The two arms by our old friend Cleghorn arc good examples 
of work done thirty years ago. 'i'hc plates for identification now number 430. 



*»* Books for Beview and Notices of Forthcoming Works should be addressed to the 
Publishing Office^ 140 Wardour Street, London^ W. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



117 



GRANT OF ARMS TO WILLIAM CHESTER, 12 EDWARD IV. 



gi'(j»i^i;i n~ 







To All Nobles and Gciitilles theise presents I'res hering or seiiig William 
Ilciwkeslowe otherwise called Clarencienlx King of Amies of the Southe ]\Iarches of 
Englande sendithe humble & due recomendation as apporteyneth Forsomuche as 
William Chester Gentilman Couragionsly moeued To exercise & vse geutyl and 
Conieiidable guyding in such laudable maner and forme as may best sound vnto 
Gentrye by the w'^h he shall moue w'h godes grace to atteigne vnto honure and 
wourshipe hath desired and prayed me the said King of Amies that I by the power 
and auctoryte by the Kinges good grace to me in that behalfe comytted, shulde deuyse 
a congnysance of Amies for the said gent, wiche he and his heires might boldly and 
vowably occupie challenge and enioye fur euermore without any preiudice or rebuke 
of eny estate or gentill of this Realnie at th'instance & request of whom I the said 
king of Armes taking respect and consideration vnto the goodly entent and disposi- 
tion of the said gentilman haue dcuised for him and his said heires theis Armes 
following : that is to say A feild of Siluer and Sable party in pale A cheueron 
greylled enterchanged iij rames heads rased of the same armed gold w'-h a Bordure 
of goules greylled besante golde. Wc^' Armes I of my saide power and auctoryte 
haue appoynted yenen and granted to and for the said Gentilman and his heires 
And by theis my presentes I'res appoyncte yeue and graiite vnto theym the same ; 
To haue Challenge occupie and enioye w*out eny pi'eindice or emi)cchement for 
euermore. In witnes wherof I the said king of Armes to theis p'sentes haue set 
my scale of Armes w*^ my singne manuell. Yenen at the Citee of London the .xxij"' 
day of May the xij"' yeare of the raingne of King Edward the fourthe. 



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118 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEKALDICA. 

jHomimcntal Jln^cription^ tn ilucmtc. 

[Copied August IS'jy, and July VJOO.] 



English Cemetery. 

Oil Krcnzbiicli, about two miles from Lucerne, is situated the Engli.sli Cemetery. 
The cemetery was })urchase(l, enclosed, and the eiiapel built therein, in lovinii: 
remembrance of Florence Biandt(who died on It) 8ej)tember 187^)), by her bereaved 
parents, both of whom lie buried with her. The pro])erty was given by the founder 
to the Colonial and Continental Chui'cli Society on tiie terms specified on the brass 
plate in the chapel. The cemetery and chapel were consecrated by the Bishop 
of London (Dr. Jackson) on I'J September 1874. The Swiss custom of using the 
same ground for interments after a lapse of years appeared so repugnant to 
Mr. Brandt that he bought this ground so that the bodies of those therein interred 
might never be disturbed. The view from the graveyard is magnificent, and the 
ground itself is beautifully laid out and well cared foi'. 

In the chapel are the following inscriptions on brass plates : — 

This Mortuary Chapel | was erected by | Adolpjius & Elizabeth Alice 
Brandt I to the Glory of God | in memory of | their only child | Alice Florence 
Brandt a.d. 1874. 



This Mortuary Chapel & Cemetery were | transferred to the Colonial & Conti- 
nental I Church Society, London, in perpetual trust | for the use of British Subjects 
residents | or visitors of Lucerne ; ])rovided that the | rites and seivice of the 
Established Church | of England be complied with and used | Sept. 10th, 1874. 



In the crypt below are deposited the remains of | Alice Florence Brandt. | 
Born at Teddington, Middlesex, 2!) Dec'' 1853 | Died at Bellerive, Lucerne, 19 Sepf 
1873. 



In the crypt below lies the body of | Adolpiius Brandt | Born in London 
12 August 1814 I Died at Bellerive 8 June 1884. 



In the crypt below lies the body of | Elizabeth Alice widow of Adolphus 
Bran'DT I Born 15 Oct. 182G. Died in Loudon 1 June 18l)i). 

[Mr. Brandt was buried on Corpus Christi day, 12 June 1884. Mrs. Brandt 
died at 12 Leinster Gardens, Hyde Park, after six years of great sullering, on 
Corpus Christi day, 1 June 1899, and was buried on 12 June 1899, the fifteenth 
annivei'sary of her husband's funeral, with her husband, daughter, and sister. 
Mr. Brandt was for many years Consul-General for Bavaria.] 

There was also buried in the crypt of chapel on 1 March 1879 (Miss) Emily 
Markham, aged 4G. 

]\Iiss ]\Iarkham was Mrs. Brandt's sister. 



In loving remembrance of [ Thomas Edward Bendall, | Born at Oxenwood, 
IJerks, Nov. V\ 1820 | Died at Lucerne Sept. 2'"', 1854. | Buried in the Old 
Protestant Cemetery. 
• [Of Trinity College, Oxford.] 

♦ Communicated by Cecil T. Davis, Esq. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 119 

The windows are filled with stained glass. In the apse are five single-light 
windows, filled with figures, and no inscrii)tit)n beneath. 

In north wall : — ■• . . 

1. No inscription. The face of the girl represents Miss Brandt. -"'■■'■■ 

2. Inscription on sill : — In . Memory . of, theii' . only . daughter . | FLORENCE -f 
Catheuine + Stei'Hen + j The . above . window . is . placed . by . OscAii . Les- 
lie . and . Isabella . Stephen. 

3. Inscription on sill :— In , memory . of. | Anna + Clara + Shute + | This . 
Window . is . placed . by . those . who . most . loved . her. 



There are no inscriptions on the exterior of the building. 



At the north end of the ground is a small annexe containing a vault, bearing 
the following insciiption : — 

In loving Memory of [ Alexander Cranston | 1816 — 1890 | Agnes Sinclair 
Cranston | 1822—1895 | Thomas Plane, M.I). | 1817— 187G. 

[Mrs. Cranston Avas buried at Athens, where is a tomb inscribed " Agnes Sinclair 
Cranstoun, aged 7B, !) Mar. 1895." 

Alexuiider .lohn (Jraii.ston bnried 18 Ai)ril 1890. Thomas Pluyne buried 22 June 
187(J.] 



The graveyard is somewhat triangular in shape, tlie base being the ** Strasse nach 
Meggen." 

Dwarf pyramid within iron railings. In | Loving Memory | of our | darling 
"Curly" I Katk Marion Adelaide | the beloved child | of | Alfred Austin | 
London | Born Jan'y PS 1881 | Died Feb'y 14"', 1885. 

Cross. In loving remembrance | of | Mary Helena | daughter of the Rev^ 
John T. Barker | of Rnslulen Rectory, Northamptonshire | Died at Lucerne July 
22"'J, 1890, Aged 23. 

[Rev, John Thomas Barker, M.A. (Cantab), and Hon. Canon of Peterborough.] 



Headstone. Henry Bell | Died August 15 | 1889. [Aged Gl.] 
[Of Tynemouth, Northumberland.] 



Cross. In loving Memory | of | Mabel Alice Bethell | born February 26th, 
1891 I died July 9th, 1892. 

[A daughter of Mr. William E. Bethell, who has been churchwarden of the 
English Church at Lucerne for many years.] 



Cross. F. LE Breton Butler | Captain P' AVest India Reg' | Died at Lucerne 
10 July 1874 I Aged ;J4 Years. 

[Captain Francis Butler died of fever contracted on the Gold Coast.] 



Cross. Sacred | to the Memory | of | Annie Toldervy | wife of | Captain le 
Breton Butler, 14"' Reg' (P.W.O.), who died at Nice in January 1875, aged 38. | 
Erected in loving remembrance | by j her two children Evelyne and Ada Siiakto. 

[Mrs. Butler was re-buried here 14 April 187G.] 

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120 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



Cross. In Memory | of | Henry W. Carson, B.D., T.C.I)., | Vicar of Santry, 
CO. Dublin. | Died at Lucerne Sept. P', 181)5. [Aged 48.] 

[Henry Walters Carson, late Scholar (18G'J) of Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A. 
1871 ; Divinity Testimonium (1st Class) 1872 ; Theological Exhibitioner (Fii-st) 
1873; :M.A. 1875 ; B.D. 1878; Deacon 1870; Priest 1872, Armagh ; Incumbent 
of Santry with Cloghran, Diocese Dublin, 18'JO. His portrait is in the " Hlustrated 
Loudon News," 9 July 1892, where it was given in mistake for his relative Rev. 
Joseph Carson, D.I)., Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin (see p. 70 of the 
following week's issue). He was youngest son of the Right Rev. Thomas Carson, 
LL.D., Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh.] 



Headstone, Sacred to | the Memory of | Miciiakl AirniUR Castle | who died 
at Lucerne | the 9"' of December 1885 | in his (i8i'' year. 

[M.D., late of Chapel Street, Park Lane, London.] . : 



Cross. Here | lies the body | of the | Hon''i<' Katf[arine Frances | the beloved 
wife of I Sir John Joscklyn CooniiiL, Bart. | Born 17 March 1827, died 
25"' August 1881. 

Here lies also the body of | their dear son | Gerald Cramer Coqhill | Born 
20"' September 1854 | died 13 July 1873. 

['JMie Hon. Tiady Coghill (Katherine Frances) died on 25 August 1881 at 
Literliiken. Her Ladyship was born 17 March 1827, the second daughter of John, 
third Lord Plunket, Q.(^., by Charlotte his wife, daughter of the Right Hon. Charles 
Kendall Bushe, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench in L-eland, and 
was thus sister to Lord Plunket, Bishop of Meath. She was married, 18 February 
1851, to Sir John Joscelyn, Bart., of Coghill, co. York, D.L. co. Dublin, born 
11 February 182G, eldest son of Vice-Admiral Sir Josiah Coghill Coghill, Bart.; 
succeeded his father as fourth baronet 1850; educated at Rugby; served in the 
59th Regiment. Their family : — 

1. Neville Josiah Aylmer, Lieut. 24th Foot, born 23 January 1852 ; killed at 
Isandula in the Zulu War 22 January 1879. 

2. Egerton Bushe, born 7 February 1853; married his cousin 11 July 1893. 

3. Cerald Cramer, born 23 September 1854; di(;d 13 July 1873. His body 
was removed to this cemetery 29 August 1881. 

4. Claude Plunket, born 13 November 1859 ; married 25 June 1885. 

1. Ethel Charlotte, married 30 December 1880. 

2. Beatrice Anna. 

3. Violet Alice Penrose.] 



Cross. Hi Memory | of | Charles Granet de la Rue | who died at Schonwil, 
Meggeu I on the 29th March, 1890. [Aged 42.] 

[Charles Granet de la Riie was son of Lady Gordon of Oat Hall, Hayward's 
Heath, by her first marriage with Captain Charles Granet of the 12th Foot. ]\Ir. 
Granet added " de la Riie " to his name on inheriting the pro{)erty of Madame de la 
Riie, his aunt. Lady Henrietta Rose Gordon is the fourth daughter of the late 
Lieut.-Gencjral W. Staveley, C.H., and was, on 20 June 1851, married (secondly) to 
Sir Henry William Gordon, K.C.B., eldest brother of the Major-General Charles 
(ieorge Gordon (known as "Chinese Gordon "). Sir Henry died 22 October 1887.] 



iross. In loving Memory | of | HEiUiKUT Hanson Dkrwent | the beloved son 
i'iUSKUius it Mauv DioiiWHNT, | of M iddlesbro', England | who was drowned 
Meggen I liake Lucerne June 29th, 1898 I In trying to save another. I Aged 



Cross. 

or I ., . „ , 

near Meggen | liake Lucerne June 29th, 1898 | In trying to save another. | Aged 
21 years. 

[For account of accident see "The Times," I July 1898. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 121 

Head. In | Loving | Memory | of | Dear FaLlier | Edwaiiu Douohty j Born 
atAVaketield | Yorkshire, Enghiud | December 7^'', 182 G | DiedatLuzeru | Julyl'J^'', 
1895. 



Cross. In loving Memory of | W. II. A. AVillis Fleming | Died 13"' Nov' 
1886 I Aged 32. 

[Eldest son of Thomas J. Willis Fleming.] .. .- . . • — ., 



Cross (temporary monument). John Guy Gilderdale | died in Lucerne 
May 29"> | 1899 | aged forty. 

[He was eldest son of the late Rev, John S. Gilderdale.] ••■ 



Cross. In loving memory of | Arthur Sibbald, | sixth son of James Grieve, 
M.D. I Dumfries, Scotland | who died at Lucerne, IG^'' April 1881 | Aged 21 years. 



.Cross. Jn | Loving Memory | of | William Henry Griffith | Died at 
Lucerne ( July 17"', 1887, aged 57 j Erected by | his soi'rowing widow | of Wharfe- 
dale Lodge, Croydon, England. 



Ledger. In Memory of Lieut.-Col. William F. Hill son of Col. R. F. Hill 
and Maria Jane his wife ( of Frees Hall, Shropshire, England | Born Sept. 8, 
1813 I Died May 7, 1885. | Lieut.-Col. Hill served 21 years | in H.M. 73'^ Regi- 
ment I lie was killed by a Fall on Mount Pilatus | and buried May 29, 1885. 



Cross. In Memory of | Charlotte Frances Mona Hulton, | fifth daughter 
of the late | Lieut.-Colonel Henry Hulton, of Preston, Lancashire | England | 
who died at Andermatt on the 21=' | and was interred here on the 27"' June 1878. 
[Aged 62.] 



Urn. Sacred | To the memory of | Elizabeth Jessop | second daughter of | 
The late ReV^ R. F. Jessop | of Marifield, co. Dublin | Ireland | Died at Lucerne | 
Oct. 8, 1880. 



Cross. In loving Memory of | Aones Joanna Keith | eldest daughter of | 
John and Agxes Keith | Aberdeen, Scotland | Born at Aberdeen 16"' Nov. 
1856 I Died at Lucerne 5"^ Aug. 1878. 



Cross. In loving Memory | of | Elizabeth | wife of James Kenyon | of 
Accrington, Lancashire, | England | who died at Seebourg | Lucerne | July 3''^, 
189G I Aged 69 years. 



Cross. In loving memory of | David Leckie | Born at Peebles July 24, 
1820 I Died at Lucerne May 3, 1889. 

[He was youngest son of the late Rev. Thomas Leckie, Peebles, N.B.] 

Cross. In loving Memory of | Margaret Lekihton | died at Lucerne | 
September 21"', 1895 | aged GO. 

[Of Banchory, Aberdeenshire, N.B.] 

(^To be continvcd.) 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



^mt 0om: 



BmINCI ADDITfONS TO " GeNIULOOIOAL MeMOUANDA UHLATINO TO THE BiSSE 

Family," compiled bv Mil Francis CitiosoN, in " JMisciiLLANEA Genea- 

LOGICA ET HeRALDICA," SeCOND SeRIES, VoLS. 1. AND IT. 



AMENDED PEDIGREE OF THE FAMILY OF THE REV. UPTON 
BISSB OF ALMSFORD.t 

Rev. Upton Bisse, Wadham College, Oxford,^RebecGa, da. of Henry t 
B.A. 2 July IGIG, M.A. 29 January 1G20-21 ; Davison of Fresliford, * 
buried at Almaford G November IGGO. co. Homerset. 



Eleanor Bisse, 
aged 2 in 1G23. 

Elizabeth 
Bisse, baptized 
at Almsford 20 
Feb. 1023. 



I 
Philip 
Bisse. 



Edward Bisse, 
baptized at 
Almsford 24 
August 1G27; 
married Eliza- 
beth Vander- 
brook.=p 



Rebecca Bisse, bap- 
tized at Almsford 
15 November IG 29; 
married at Alms- 
ford, in 1648, Fran- 
cis Granefield. 



James Bisse, 
baptized at 
Almsford 23 
February 
1G31. 



George Bisse, bap-: 
tized at Almsford 
24 August 1034; 
Presbyterian Minis- 
ter at Martock 
1G72; buried there 
18 January 1702-3. 



:Mary .... 
buried at 
Martock 
12 Nov. 
1685. 



Mary Bisse, baptized Jane Bisse, baptized at 

at Almsford 30 Nov. Almsford 19 February 

1636. 1641. 

John Bisse, baptized Frances Bisse, baptized 

at Almsford 30 July at Almsford 19 April 

1639 ; buried 2 Feb. and buried 24 August 

1639. 1644. 



Philip Bisse of Hol- 
born, died 1739. 
(PWe" Gent. Mag.") 



Margaret Bisse, bur. 
at ]\Iartock 5 August 
1G8G. 



Robert- 
Shu te 

of 

died 

before 

1746. 



=Jane Bisse, 
not married 
nOS.(VuIe 
George's 
will.) 



John Walter or- 
Walters, per- 
haps a relative 
of Wallis Walter 
who witnessed 
George's will 
1708. 



^Elizabeth 
Bisse, bap- 
tized at 
Martock 
11 April 
1670. 



Stephen Shnte. 



Edward Bennett [? William, who vvitnessed=Mary 

AV^alters. the will of George Bisse in 1708]. Walteri 



Stephen Bisse, baptized at Martock 23 Jan.^ 
1 672 ; Director of East India Company and 
Senior Victualling Agent, Lisbon, 1732 ; 
M.P. for Great Hedwyn 1711, New Rom- 
ney 1734; died s.p. 9 September 1746 
(vide " Gent. Mag."); to be buried in Loth- 
bury Cliurch. Adm'on to Eleanor Richards 
12 December 1746. 



: Elizabeth, da. of 
Thomas Gold- 
smith; married 
by licence 18 
December 1697 ; 
died s.p. 2 July 
1739; buried in 
LothburyChurch. 



William Bisse, 
baptized at 
Martock 21 
June 1673; 
living in 1708. 
( Vu/e George's 
will.) 



* Communicated by Rev. Herbert Wigan, M.A., Liuldesdowne, Kent, 
t See " Misccll.inea Genealogica et Heraldica," Second Series, Vol. II. u. 



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123 



George Bissc, baptized at= 
Martnek 2 JiiMiuiry 1(;75 ; 
buried at Crewkerne Jan. 
17U8. Will dated Oet. 
1 708 ; proved at Taunton 
December 1709. 



-Elizabeth, da. of Charles 
and Mary Viner of New 
Sariun ; luar. at Beuier- 
ton, bv lieenee, July 
1G98 ; buried at White 
Lackington 2 March 1750. 

I* 



l*ld\vard=j=Ma)-y Bisse, 
Hray of ba])ti/A;d at 
Martoek 21 
Auk. 1G7G. 



J'." 



Rev. Richard Riland, Rec-n=Mary Bisse, baptized at 



tor and Patron of Sutton 
Ooldfield, born G October 
IG!);'); buried at Sutton 
Coldfield 2 Ancjnst 1757. 
Will dated 1717 ; proved 
P.O.C. (by wife Mary) 
17G5. 



/\ 



Grewkerne 13 July 1701 ; 
married at St. Andrew's, 
llolborn, by licence, 25 
June 1780"; buried at 
Sutton (Joldfield 1779. 
Will dated 1777; proved 
P.0.0. 1779. 



I I 

Mary 

Hray, 

married 

John 

Vigors. 

George 
Bray. 



I I I 
Edward Bray. 

Elizabeth liray. 

Margaret Bray, 
married Mr. 
Sanderson. 



James Bisse, 
ba[)tized at 
Martoek 18 
February 
1G78. 



Laurence=f=Rebccca Bisse, bap- John Richards=pEleanor Bisse, bap 

Rowe of tized at Martoek of Wimbledon, tized at Mar^.ock 12 

Crediton, 29 March 1G79. died before April 1G82. Will 

co.Devon. Adm'ou to husband 171G. dated 175G ; proved 

Living P.C.C. 1753. P.C.C. 175G. 

1753. 



William 
Rowe. 



Mary 
Rowe. 



Bisse Richards of Wimbledon, M.P. for Hindon ; died s.p. 
29 December 1753. Will dated 1750 ; proved P.C.C. 
15 January 1756. 



LIST OF BISSE WILLS PROVED IN SARUM COURTS. 



Date 
155( 
1;)7-- 

1588 



1598 
1G12 
1(;32 

lG;i8 

1G71 
1G94 
1G98 
1702 
1710 
1711 
17iG 
1717 



Name and Place. 
Bisse, John, IMsbury. 
Bysse, John, AVarmester (adm'on). 
— 1G07 Bysse, IMargaret, Chilterne Marie. 
„ Bisse nVs Thomas, Den 'llanbridge 
„ Bisse, John, Cliicksgrove (adm'on). 
9 Bisse, Nicholas, Cliicksgrove (adm'on). 
Bisse, William, Denton. 
Bisse (tPs Thomas, Warmister. 
9 Bysse rt/'.s Best, William, Berwick St. Leonards. 
Bisse, John, Tisbury (adm'on), 
Bisse, Laurence, Tisbury (adm'on). 
Biss, '^I'^homas, Salisbury. 
l)iss, .Joseph, Marlborough. 
Biss, .I(»se[»li, Salisbury. 
■ Biss, Nicholas, Barwick St. Leonards. 
Biss, John, Tisbury, 
Bisse, AVilliam, Salisbury. 



Reference. 
Arch. Sarum, Book 3, fo. 27. 
„ 5, „ 183. 
Bundle 1. 
„ 2. 
„ 4. 
„ 10. 
Cal.lO,No. G. 
„ 10, „ 27. 
„ 10, „ 33. 
„ 11, V 34. 
„ II, p. 131. 
Peculiar Sarum, p. 37. 
(yons. Sarum : l^'iled will. . 
Pecidiar Sarum, p. 57. 
Cons. Sarum : Filed will. 

»» >> 

Peculiar Sarum, p. 70. 



121 MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. I.^l^^ 

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS. • ■ 

.TouN Byrsm of Publowo [clotliier]. Buried at Piiblow. Wife and executrix, 
Julyiiii. Children .lauuiH, John, I'clcr, A^iich, Marian n; I,, Frantias. 

WiLnc'KrtcH : .lolni I'ylvH of IhisLow, llic elder, .loliu \iymv. tin; elder. 

I'rovcd 2r) Aug. ir,r)7. (;U), WraBtley.) 

[This will ouglit to liave been inehided among the P. CO. wills on p. 322 
(Seeond Series, Vol. L), It refers to John Bissc the elder, son of Philip Bisse who 
heads the pedigree on p. l;;i) {//>/)/., Yo\. 11.). ^riiere is no mention of Riehard 
Bisse, who is said in the pedigree to have probably been a son of the above John.] 

JuiinBysse of Croseoml)e, co. Somerset, clothier. Will dated 7 Oct. 1557. 
To be buried in the parish church of Croscond)e. Sons Philip and John. Daughters 
Deiiyse (Dionysia) and Joane. Son-in-law Joseph Carter. AVife Joane lands (not 
specified), with reversion to son Philip, liesidue to wife and sou James. Brothers 
James and John. Executors, M'ife Joane, son James. 

Witnesses : Joseph Carter and John Nelles. ^'■ 

Proved 21 Oct. 1557. (38, Wrastley.) 

[This will ought also to have been included among the P.C.C. wills on p. 322 
(Second Series, Vol. L). It is evidently that of the husband of Jone Bisse of 
Trestocke there given. Tliis John occurs at the bottom of p. 140 in the pedigree. 
The mention in this will of son-in-law Joseph Garter looks as if there was a mislake 
in the marriage of Richard Bisse and Rlary Carter given in the bottom right-hand 
corner of p. UO (ibid., Yo\. IL). The mention of the daughter Joan makes it 
possible to delete the word "probably" under that lady's name in the ton rio-ht- 
hand corner of p. 141 (/ii'/V/.).] ° 

Thomas Asiie of Batcomb, co. Somerset, clothmaker. Will dated 12 Sep. 1558. 
To be buried in the parish church of Batcomb. Son Thomas lands in Batcomb and 
ifapowder, co. Dorset. Daughters Joane, Christian the elder, Christian the younger. 
Amies Bysy. Sons-in-law Philipp Bysy ; Philipp Bysy, son John the elder ; PhiHpp 
Bysy, sou John the younger, (lodchildren (not named). Other legatees : Agnes 
II ay(!S, Joanne llaycs,John Hayes, Walter Haves, Thomas Newman, John Carpenter, 
John IJaker, Walter Kiggur, l*]lizabeth (Jid'ord, John Morgan. Residue to John Bisse 
of Stoke St. ]\Iiehael and John Dyar of Wymonton, gent., governors to son Thomas, 
lieversion to other children equally. 

Witnesses : John Tollar, curate, Richard Miller, Philipp Bisse. (04, Noodes.) 
_ Commission, daled 20 Oct. 1558, to John Biss to administer during minority 
ofTliomiiK .\slie, execulor. 

Matukw-k (iKKNK of Milton (Mevedou, CO. Somerset, Rsquicr. Will dated 
20 May [1574] lO Lli/.abelh. The charges of my funeralls to be disbursed and 
done by the discreation of Katherine Crene my wief, wliome I make my sole executrix. 
And whereas I have by my Deed indetited bearing date lii*^ May granted unto 
James Bysse my sonne-in-lawe and Thomas Giske, Esquiers,all that my lands, etc., 
in CO. Somerset called Milton Clevedon, Church Wanstrowe, Wilkenthorpe, and 
Thornecollyn, and all my lands, etc. [in the same places], my mind is that my 
children shall Ijc contented with the legacies given them out of the issues and profits 
of the said lands, etc. I bequeath unto James Greue my soune one hundred marckes. 
I'o my son John Greene one hnndred marks. Unto my daughter Ursula Greene 
ij'^ marks. Unto my daughter Elizabeth Greue ij*^ marks. Unto iny daughter Jane 
Greene ijMnarks. Unto my daughter Mary Grene, w°'' is my yongest'daughter, 
twoo hundred markes. The residue unto Catherine Grene my wife, sole executrix. 

(Signed) Mathkwe Grene. 
■ Witnesses : James Bysse, Nicholas Chorlo, Henry Fyer. 

Proved at London 5 Feb. 1577 by Katherine, the relict and executrix. (P.C.C. 
8, Langley.) 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA liT nKRALDICA. 125 

Jeffrey Upton of Warminster, co. Somerset, Esquire. Will dated 14 Jan. 
1582. Wile Mary lands in Ottcry St. Mavy, co. Devon, and (Jilliiiji;liam, co. Dorset ; 
lease of house at Warminster. Son (Jeorge <^r<)Uii(ls and woods called "Chellwoods." 
Daii^iitt'rs Tliomasine I leys, 10lizid)ctli Strowde, Mary Pike, Susan Uppton. Son- 
in-law Issaack IJpptou liouso in tin; Olosc at \V(!lls ; woods aL I'^asL llorrin^^ttai. 
Brother llicliard. Younger <fodson .lell'ery (looji;e. Servants Johan llorton, William 
lleatli and Mary his wife, x\lice Sti'owde. Executor, son (jie(n'ge. 

Witnesses : Issack Upton, R. H., Robert Casbeard. 

Proved 4 May 1583 by son (Jeorge. (25, Rowe.) 

[Tliis will ought to have appeared, third in order, on p. 3G9 (Second Series, 
Vol. I.).] 

John Bysse of Cornwall, yeoman. Will proved in the P.C.C. 1657. (181, 
Ruthen.) 

Will of George Bisse, 19 Oct. 1708. 

Extracted from the District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's 
High Court of Justice at 'raunton. 

I, George Bisse of Crewkerne, being sensible that the time of my dissolution 
draweth nigh, and neither wishing for nor fearing death, but jjatieiiLly expecting 
ray great change with the utmost submission and resignation to my great Creator's 
Will, doe make and appoint this my last Will and Testament in manner and form 
following : Imp'mis I desire to be buried like a Christian in a decent manner. 
Item I will that all such Just debts as I shall owe at the time of my decease be 
honestly paid as farre as my- effects shall extend to. Item I give unto my Brother 
William Bisse the Ci|)her ring that I usually weare. Item I give unto my Brother 
Stephen Bisse of Lisbonne in the Kingdom of Portugall one mom-ning Ring of the 
value of half a Guinuea. And as the gi-eatest and most valuable pledge of my 
affection I hereby give and devise unto my said Brother Stephen Bisse my dear 
and only child j\Iary Bisse, desiring she may be bi'onght up and educated as he in 
his discretion shall think fitt. And I hereby entreat and conjure my said Brother 
by all the tyes and obligations of a brotherly love and inutuall tViendship, to assist 
and take care of a i)oor fatherless child till she com(!S to years of nniturity, when 
1 hope (lod will rctm'n double-fold into his bosom, and that she herself will in some 
measure recompense his Charity to her by suitable returns of duty and gratitude. 
Item I give to my said daughter Mary my silver cup m;u-ked with my Coate of 
Amies. All the rest of my Goods and personall estute whatsoever I hereby give 
and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth Bisse, whom I hereby make and 
appoint whole & sole I'ixecutrix of this my last Will and 'JY'stament. Ami I heartily 
wish that providence had [)ut itt [in] my pt)wer of expressing in a greater measure my 
gratitude for her sincere love and great care of and tenderness to me. And I desire 
my said Brother William to be assisting and directing to my Wife in the managing 
and letting her estate, and in the disposeing of her affairs to tiie best advantage. 
Thus I have settled my temporall concerns. I hope I have made my peace with 
God, and desire to die in perfect charity with ail mankind. Written and subscribed 
with my own hand, sealed w"' my scale, and published to be my last Will and 
Testani^ this nineteenth day of October Anno D'm' One thousand seven hundred 
and eight. 

Geo. BrssK. [L.K] 

Signed and sealed by ye above named George Bisse, and by him published to 
be his last Will & Testament in ye presence of us, W'" Bennett, Jane liisse, Wallis 
Walter. 

Proved at Taiuiton Dec. 1701). 



126 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HKRALDICA. 

REGISTERS. 



i(;2| 


Feb. 


20 


1027 


Aug. 


24 


102 !) 


Nov, 


15 


103^ 


Feb. 


23 


1()34 


Aug. 


24 


1G3G 


Nov. 


30 


1G39 


July 


20 


164^ 


Feb. 


19 


1644 


April 10 



I Almsfohi). .- 

Baj)tisms. 

Elizabeth filia Upton Bisse. 
Edwardus filius tFptou Bisse, Rect. 
Rebecca lilia Upton Bisse, Rect. 
Jacob fil. Upton Bisse. 
George fil. Upton Bisse, Rect. 
Maria Bisse, tilia Upton Bisse, Rect. 
Johannes fil. Upton Bisse. 
Jane filia Upton Bisse. • - 

Francisca filia Upton Bisse. 

JIfarriai/p. 
1G48 Franciscus Grancfeild & Rebecca Bisse, nupt. 

Bun'als. 

Joannes filius Upton liissc, Rect., sepultus 

Francisca filia Upton Bisse, Rect., sepulta. 

Upton Bisse. 

Benjamin Biss. 

Grace Biss, aged 50. i, ^j,,, , 'i';.^(_- 

John Biss, aged 32. .......... 

Mary Biss. 

Benjamin Biss, aged 74. 



IG^i]- 
1G44 


Feb. 
Aug. 


2 
24 


1G60 


Nov. 


G 


1761 
1780 


Sep. 

Nov. 


15 
25 


1787 
1787 
1803 


July 
Sep. 
Mar. 


31 
11 
22 



Crewkerne. 

1701 July 18 Mary daughter of George Bisse of Crewkerne, bapt. 
170t} Jan. — George Biss of Crewkerne, buried. 



Martock. 



1G70 Eliz" ye daughter of George & ]\[ary Bisse, baptized 11 April. 

1G7I Stephen y*^ sonne of Geo. & IMary Bisse was baptized 23 Jan'^. 

1G73 William the sonne of George Jiis.se, Gent., & ]\Iary his wife was Baptized the 

21 day of June. 
lG7f George the Sonne of George Bisse, Gent., & Mary his wife was Baptized 

11 day of January. 
167G Mary [daughter] of George Bisse, Gent., & Mary his wife was Baptized the 

14 day of August. 
1G7| James the Sonne [of] M'" George & Mavy Bysse was Baptized the 18 day of 

February. 
1G7'J Rebecca the daughter of George and ifary Bisse was borne the 12 day of 

March and baptized the 21) day following. 
1682 Ellinor the daughter of M' George and Mary Biss was baptized the 12 day 

of Api'ill. 
1685 Mary the wife of M'' George liisse was buried the 12 day of November. 
1G86 Margaret the daughter of M'' George Biss was bared the 5 day of August. 

NoTii. — I can find no entry of tlic baptisms of Philip, Margaret, or Jane. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 127 

St. Stephen's, Bristol. 

Aug. 17 Mary daughter of John & Mary Uisse. 



1G80 April 4 Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary Bisse 

108^- Mar. 13 John son of John & Mary Bisse. 

108-1 Oct. 12 Robert son of Jolin & Mary J5isse. 

1081 Oct. 13 Tlioniab.sunofJohn.tMaryBis.se. 

lG|f Jan. 22 Martha daughter of John & Mary Bisse. 

1693 May 16 Thomas son of John & ]\Iary Bisse. 

1702 July 23 :Martha daughter of John Bisse. 

17 lU Aug. 20 Mary daughter of William & .Sarah Bisse. 

1710 — _ William son of RoberL & Mary Bisse. 

1714 Sep. 20 William son of William & Sarah Bisse. 

1717 Aug. 29 Robert son of Robert & Mary Bisse. 

1722 June 4 Elizabeth daughter of John & Jane Bisse. 

MarruKjes. 

172| — — John Biss & Ann King. 

1761 Sep. 22 John Biss & Rebecca llodges. 

177 5_ _ — James Biss & -Sarah Maggs. 

Burials. 

1678 — — Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary Bisse. 

1732 Aug. 6 James Bisse. 

1738 Oct. 3 Sarah Bisse. 

1741 ]\Iar. 29 Robert Bisse. , 



Marriage Licences, Faculty Office. 

1687 Sep. 27 Stephen Welsteed & Katharine Biss. 
1G99 Oct. 16 Thomas Chace & Mary Bisse. 



1777 


Oct. 


30 


1780 


Sep. 


28 


1781 


Feb. 


17 


1823 


— 


— 



Bristol Marriage Licences. 

lienjamin Biss, baker, of S. James, & Mary Kuapp of All Saints. 
John Biss, butcher, of Winterbonrne, & Ann Richards. 
Daniel Hiss, butcher, of S. Nicliolas, & Sarah Crisp of S. Philip's. 
AVilliam Biss, accountant, (fc (Jathcrine Ravenhill of S. Baul's. 



128 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEllALDIOA. 

Jfamilies of tijc name of JSartlett/ 



\h^' 



KXTKAOTH FROM THH PaIUHII IvKOISTKHH OK l^AIONTON CllUIlOlf, DkVON. 
'riiviiHoribcd by the llov. J)r. ,1. TuiCLAWNY lloss, Vicar.t 



Baptisms. 
Margaret d. of Philip Bartlet, 
William s. of Philip Bartlet. 
George s. of Philip Bartlet. 

[This entry is made i'oiir times. — J. T. R.] 
Christopher s. of Philip Bartlet. 
John s. of Michael Bartlet. 
Joan (I. of Michael liartiet, 

Alice d. of Michael Bartlet. >:.... 'i.-v • •!.' r ; : 

William s. of Michael Bartlet. •':•.: ;:.^," ^^" 

Peter s. of Michael Bartlet. 

Joan d. of Michael Jiartlet. . .-.: i ■- •.». • '■•<' u' '>■'' 
?«(), 1599 Feb. 1 John s. of Otho Bartlett. 

Phillip s. of Richard [?] Bartlet. 
Agues d. uf Allan Bartlett. 
Thomas s. of Aihm Bai'tlctt. 

Margery d. of Richard Bartlett. ■- • ^■*-. 

James s. of Allan Bai'tlett. 

Lewellin s. of Allan Bartlett. 

Richard and Thomas, ss. of Richard Bartlett, 

.... Allan Bartlett. 

Samuel! s. of Richard Bartlett. 

Peter and John, ss. of Peter Bartlett. 

Thomas son of Thomas Bartlett. 

.... Richard Bartlett. . • 

Amy d. of Peter Bartlett. ^y. ,., J^,^^^^ ' ' ■ 

Anne d. of Peter Bartlet. 

Ann d. of Phillip Bartlett. 

l^]lizabetli d. of Philip Bartlet. 

Joan d. of Lewelin Bartlet. ,. , ' . 

Philip s. of Philip Bartlet. ' '' 

Agnes d. of Lewelin Bartlet. 

Catharin d. of Philip Bartlet. 

William s. of lilewelin Bartlet. 

An' d. of Llewelin Bartlet. 

Lilly [or Milly] d. of Richard Bartlett. 

Joan d. of Jacob and Joan Bartlett. 

Joan d. of Jacob & Joan Bartlett. 

Jacob Bickford son of Jacob and Joan Bartlett. 

Mary daughter of Francis and ({race Bartlett ; born 12 Aug. 

Dionysia daughter of Prank and (J race Bartlett ; born Hep. 12'''. 

Betty daughter of Francis aud (Jrace Bartlett ; born 17"' June. 

Samuel son of Francis and (Ji'ace Bartlett; born 10"' Aug, 

Nan danghter of Francis and (Jrace Bartlett ; born April 27''''. 

Francis son of Francis and Grace Bartlett. 

William son of Francis and (irace Bartlett ; born July 25"'. 

Sarah daughter of Francis and Grace Bartlett; born Nov. 18"'. 

♦ (lomiimiiiciitoil liy William Haiitlktt, Khu. 

^ 111 tniiiacribiiig llieac entries Dr. Uohh bus given the dates according to modern reckoning. 



15G3 


Dec. 


24 


1566 


]\rar. 


10 


1571 


Apri 


123 


1579 


Feb. 


13 


1580 


Dec. 


31 


1583 


Dec. 


11 


1585 


Feb. 


10 


158G 


Liar. 


14 


1592 


June 


29 


1595 


Feb. 


25 


1599 


Feb. 


1 


1601 


Feb. 


6 


1602 


Nov. 


3 


ICO I 


Sep. 


21 


1606 


Se|). 


1 


1607 


Jan. 


20 


1010 


Nov. 


25 


1611 


Nov. 


5 


1613 


(3ct. 


19 


1615 


Nov. 


10 


1619 


June 


12 


1620 


April 30 


1621 


Juue 


16 


1621 


Aug. 


12 


1627 


July 


11 


1632 


Oct. 


12 


1635 


Oct. 


1 


1636 


Nov. 


23 


1638 


Aug. 


4 


1640 


Sep. 


30 


1613 


July 


19 


1613 


Sep. 


3 


1615 


Aug. 


10 


1616 


Oct. 


15 


1736 


Jan. 


20 


1738 


May 


9 


1740 


Mar. 


27 


1768 


Aug. 


24 


1771 


Oct. 


9 


1773 


July 


11 


1775 


Sep. 


6) 


1777 


May 


19 


1779 


Jan. 


29 


1782 


Aug. 


16 


1785 


Dec. 


28 



ir)7(; 


April 10 


15.S2 


Fcl). 


7 


If) 1)2 


Nov. 


4 


1593 


Feb. 


9 


1G()2 


Sep. 


27 


1G09 


June 


17 


1G19 


Oct. 


5 


1G36 


Jan. 


13 


1G64 


April 


12 


1728 


June 


17 


1735 


Feb. 


4 


17-10 


Jan. 


17 


1768 


May 


25 


1770 


April 


9 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HEKALDIGA. 129 

Marriafj/es. 

Michaell [?] Bartlctt. V ,. j •,,;',., 

Micliucll BartlcU & Aj>'ncs. '^ ' '" 

OLho IJurtiett & Marj,'eLt. 

Thomas HarLlett & Aj^nes Dinhani [? Vinhani or Durham]. 

Allan Biirtlct & Joane Adam. 

Christopher Rartlett ah'ds Jane [?] & Alls Lane [?]. '■ - 

Thomas Uartlett & IMary Young alias .... 

Llewelin iiartlet and Charity Andy [? Andrew]. 

Thomas Bartlett and Rebecca Hurrell. 

Thomas Bartlet and Elizabeth Phillips ; with licence. 

Jacob Bartlett & Joan 8tooke ; with Licens. 

Humphry Bartlett of Brixham & Susanna lUirsell [? Ilarrell]. 

Banns. 
Francis Bartlett and Grace Webber. 
Jacob [liickford] Bartlett of parish of Marldon, Bachelor, and 

Grace Limbrey of this Parish, Spinster. Licence. [She signs 

" Limbeiy."] 
1801 April 17 Allan Browse of Cochington, Bachelor, and Grace Bartlett of 
, this Parish, Spinster. Licence. 

linrials. 

1580 Dec. 30 [? Ann wife] of Michaell P>artlett. 

[JMiehaell Bartlett was married on 10 April 157C. Name 

of his wife not recorded. Did she die in chihl-l)irth and her 

babe three days afterwai-ds ? Michaell Bartlett married again 

on 7 Feb. 1582.] 
John s. of Michaell Bartlett. 
IMiillip Bartlett. 

Michaell base son of Michaell Bartlett. 
John s. of Otho Bartlett. ; 

Thomas Bartlett. 

Wilmot ux. [?] of Christopher Jane alias liartlett. 
Alice [? Margery] d. of Richard Bartlett. 
Samuell s. of Richard liartlett. 
James s. of Allan Tiartlett. 
Thomas s. of Thomas 15artlett, b[uried?]. 
Elizabeth d. of Philip Bartlet. 
Anne d. [?] of Christojiher [?] Bartlet. 
Alice wife [7] of Christopher [?] Bartlet. 
AVilliam s. of Llewelin Bartlet. 
Richard Bartlet. 
William .... Thomas Bartlett. 
Charity w. of Lewellin Bartlett, 
Christopher Bartlett. 
Mary Bartlett ....[? widow], and Elizabeth the wife of Phillipp 

Bartlett. 
Mary w. of Peter Bartlett. 
Thomsine Bartlett. 
Richard Bartlet. 
Peter Bartlett. 

Julyan the wife of Phillip Bartlett. 
Elizabeth l^artlett, vid. 
Penolepe Bartlett. 
Philip Bartlet. 
Susanna wife of Humphry Bartlett of Brixham. 



1581 


Jan. 


2 


1581 


h'eb. 


3 


1581 


Jan. 


29 


1599 


Feb. 


1 


1599 


Mav. 


2 


1G09 


Jan. 


8 


1G12 
1G19 


Sep. 
Jan. 


13 

18 


1G19 


Mar. 


31 


1G22 


June 


19 


1G38 


Oct. 


4 


1G42. 


Jan. 


11 


1G13 


Oct. 


25 


1G44 


July 


4 


1G45 


]\Iar. 


17 


1G47 


June 


21 


1G49 


Jan. 


29 


1G19 


Feb. 


17 


1G58 


Dec. 


17 


1663 


Dec. 


15 


1665 


Nov. 


16 


1GG7 


Mai-. 


18 


1667 
1G70 


July 
Feb. 


4 
13 


1G70 


Dec. 


26 


1713 
1716 


Sep. 
Jan. 


8 
29 


1741 


Jan. 


5 



130 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 

1770 April 2 William IJurtlctt of Durtmoiith. 

17H() j\liiy 13 llesU'i- (liui^litor of l''i-iiii(;iH un(l(lraee Biirtlctt. 

178G April 25 \V'" son of KraiiciH P>iutk;Lt. 



Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. David's Church, Exeter. 

Trausciibed by Miss Louisa M. Toye, the dauglitcr of the Vicar. 



Baptisms. 

1GG3 Jacobb son of Phillipp Bartlet. 

166G Elizabeth (laughter of David Bartlett. 

1GG7 Jacob sou of Pliillippa Barllett. 

1GG8 Natlianeioll the sunn of David Bartlet. 

1GG9 Sanuiell & Kabeekah, sonn & daughter of Philip Bartlet. 

1G70 Thomas y^ sonn of David Bartlet. 

1G71 Samuell the sonn of Philip Bartlet. 

1672 Richard the sonn of David Bartlett. 

1G7-1 Margaret daughter of I'hilip Bartlet. 

1G75 John )"= sonue of David Bartlet. 

1G77 John the sonn of Thomas Bartlet. 

1G79 Joseph y'' sonn of David Bartlet. 

1G80 George y^ sonne of Thomas Bartlet. 

1()H1 Rabecka y" daughter of David Bartlet. 

1(;82 Willmet y'' daughter of Daniel Bartlet. 

1G8-1 Willniett y*^ daughter of Daniell Bartlet. 

1G85 Thomas sonn of Thomas Barthlet. 

1G87 Will, y^ son of Thomas Barthlet. 

1G88 .... daughter of Nathainell Bartlet. 

1G88 Phill. son of Thomas Bartlett. 

1G92 John son of Peter Barthlet. 

1G93 Samuel son of Danniel Barthlet. 

lGy4 Hannah daughter of Peter Barthlet. 

1694 Jooud [?] y^ daughter of Thomas Barthlet. 

1G95 Eliz. the daughter of Pef Bartlet. 

1G96 Christen daughter of Peter Bartlet. 

1698 Charles son of Charles Bartlet. 

1G98 Abraham son of Thos. Bartlet. 

170U Dannell son of Danuell Bartlet. 

1701 Mary daughter of Charles Bartlett. 

1702 W'" y= son of J*eter Bartlett. 

1703 Nathanell y son of Charles Bartlett. 

1706 Wilmet daugh^ of Charles Bai'tlett. 

1707 Sarah daugh' of Charles Bartlet. 

1715 Richard y^ son of Rich'i Bartlett. 

1716 Eliz. y*^ daughter of Rich'' Bartlett. 
1716 Beaton daughter of Charles Bartlet. 
1719 Mary daughter of Richai'd Bartlett. 
1722 Nathaniel son of Richard Bartlett. 

1726 Mary daughter of Richard Bartlett. 

1727 Dorothy & Mary, daughters of (Jhar. Bartlett. 
1729 Dorothy y= daughter of Charles Bartlet. 

1732 William son of Peter & ]\largaret Bartlet. 

1733 Mixvy daugliter of (/harles it Joan Bartlett. 
17-14 Elizabeth daughter of Charles lUirtlett. 
1745 Sarah daugliter of 1'honuis & Sarah Bartlett. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 131 

17 K; Miu-y (lim^hter of CliarloB *, Kliziibeth BarUctt. 

171(1 Jitiiifs eoii of.liunos Sc Mary Hartlet. 

1747 Mary daiiyliter of Charles & J^:ii/al)eth Bartlet. 

1748 Joanna d;uigliter of Charles & Kiizabetli Bartlet. 
1750 Richard son of Charles & ElizabcLli Bartlet. 
1754 ]\lary dauohtor of Edward Sc Eh>.al)eLh fkirtlet. 
1750 J'ld ward son of Kd ward i^ I'Mizabcth Uartlet. 
175H Joseph son of Aaron i^ Mary Uartlct. 

nC>G liobert son of Aaron ct Mai-y IJarfleL. 

1770 (icorge son of (luorge & Ann Hartlett. 

1779 Anne Elizabeth dauyiiLer of liob^ & Eliza Bartlett. 

1784 Thoniaziiie duu»htei- of John & Hnsanah Bartlett. 

17«7 Mary dau},diLer of John & Snsanah BarLletf. 

17'JO J<:d"'i Elias son of John & Susanah Bartlett. 

1791 John son of John & Susanah Bartlett. 

Marriages. . . ■ ' ' 

1665 David Bartlett & Alice Numan. 

1670 M-- Ric^ Kendall & M'is Mary Bartlet. 

1674 James Kin,!? & Pn'scillar Bartlet. 

1677 Sep. 28 Thomas Bartlet & Joan York 1 . • n 

1677 Oct. 2 Thomas Bartlet & Joan Yorke / L'''''J- 

1681 Daniel Bartlet with Julian Bennet. 

1684 Theo. Strong, or Strang, & Rosa Bartlett. 

1686 Charles Bartlett & Eliz. Allman. 

1708 Philip Turner & Margret Bartlett. . ' 

1714 Richard Bartlett & Eliz. Weeks. 

1715 Christ. Whiddon & Amey Bartlett. . '' • 

1716 Charles Bartlet & Mary Tracy. - ■'' ■ . . ■ ■ 
1716 Thomas Bartlet .t Mary Hill. 

1716 Henry Sobey ct Rebekah Bartlett. 

1720 John Culley & Ann Uartlett. 

1721 Daniel Bartlett cV: Ann lioudon. ■' ' 
1723 W"' Hodge & Eliz"' Bartlett. 

1725 Charles Bartlett & Joanah Stribbol. 

1725 Edw" Bartlett & Mary Nickels. 

1712 (JharlcH Bartlett .t Mli//'' Main. 

1748 W" I lore ct Kliz"' Bartlet. 

1748 Ed"'' Bartlett & l<]liz"' Scibboll. 

1749 Charles Bartlett & Elizabeth Risdon. 
1754 Philip Blackmore & Elizabeth Bartlett. 

1756 John Williams, the younger, & Dorothy Bartlett. 

1760 Ocorge Bartlett & Ann Mellewish. 

1764 John Cro.xen & Mary Bartlet. 

1764 Timothy Picktill & Maiy Bartlett. 

1793 James Bartlett & Margaret Stei)hens. 

1816 William Jennings & Elizabeth Bartlett. 

1831 James Bartlett k Catharine Norris Bonby. 

1832 Charles Bartlett & Martha Newberry. 
1832 Joseph Bartlett & Mary Ann Poor. 

B Uriah. 

1668 David the sou of Philip Bartlet. 

1669 Rabecca y^ daughter of Philip Bartlet. 

1670 .Samuell sonn of Philip Bartlett. 

1676 Margaret y« daughter of Philip Bartlet. 
1680 John y« sonn of Thomas Bartlet. 
1683 Wilmet ye daughter of Dannel Bartlet. 



132 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

1G85 George Barth let. 

1(^S(; Julian wile of Daniel Barthlet. 

ICSC Allix HaitJilct. 

lOsi; niilli|) Uarlhlct. 

KiHO David I5arlhlct,. 

lOHl) .loseph Barthlet. 

1095 Joan (laughter of Tho. Bartlet. 

1G99 Christian wife of Fetter Bartlet. 

1702 • VV" sou of Peter Bartlett. 

1705 Edw. son of Daniel Bartlet. 

170G Susanh daughter of Peter Bartlett. 'i 

170G Wilmet daught uf Charles Bartlett. 

1707 Ye Widow JJartlett. 

1711 John y<= son of Peter Bartlett. 

1714 Eliz. y wife of Charles Bartlet. 

1715 Beaton wife of Daniel Bartlett. 

1719 Charles Bartlett. ^; ■ 

1722 Mary daughter of Richard Bartlett. 

1724 Joan Bartlett. 

1725 Daniel Bartlett. 

1727 Jane Dorothy d. of Charles Bartlett. 

1730 ]\Iary d. of Charles Bartlett. 

1739 Peter Bartlett. 

174G Mary d. of Charles Bartlett. 

174G Sarah daughter of James Bartlet. 

1747 TNlary dangiiter of Chai-les i?ai-tlett. 

1748 Joanna daughter of Charles Bartlett. 
174^ Eliz*'' Bartlett. 

1751 Charles Bartlett. 

1751 James son of James Bartlett. 

1752 Charles son of Charles Bartlett. 
1751 Sarah daughter of James Bartlett. 
17G0 Ann daughter of Ward Bartlett. 
17G0 Joan wife of Charles Jiartlett. 
17G3 Charles Bartlett. 

17G3 Mary Bartlett. 

17(!3 Thonuis son of Aaron Bartlett. 

1770 Aaron Bartlett. 

1775 Elizabeth wife of Riehard Bartlett. 

177G Elizahelh Rogers. 

177G John Ih.nvll [? llurrelt]. 

177.S William Uarllelt. 

1780 Richard Bartlett. 

1781 Elisabeth Bartlett. 

1782 Thomas Bartlett. 
1782 John Lang. 
1790 Mary Bartlett. 
1792 Mary Turner. 

1792 James Turner. 

1793 Sarah Bartlett. 
1799 Margaret Bartlett. 
1802 Mary Bartlett. 
1809 James Bartlett. 

1812 ]\Iary Bartlett. 

1837 Susannah Bartlett, aged 82. 

1813 Jane Bartktt. 

1845 John Bartlett, aged 84. 

1850 Sophia Bartlett, aged 70. 








1^%^ ^vic^('osmo George 
DuA^^" Gordon^ 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 133 

ann£f of tfje JDulusS of a3ortioiK 

Witli respect to Plate I., bciug the arms of one of the five Dukes of Gordon 
from 1G84 to 183G (not of necessity tliosc of the Srd Duke, CoBnio George, as shewn 
below), it is to be ol)served that the lines indicating the tinctures in the 2nd and 
3rd quarterings are apparently incorrectly drawn, 

Plate II. is the bookplate of Cosmo George, Duke of Gordon in Scotland, who 
succeeded his father in that title 28 Nov. 1728 ; was a Representative Peer of 
Scotland from 17-17 till his death ; was a Knight of "the most ancient and most 
noble order of the Thistle " 10 Feb. 1747; and died 5 Aug. 1752, in his 32nd year. 

The armorial ensigns attributed to the Dukes of Gordon arc thus blazoned in 
J. P. Wood's edition of " The Peerage of Scotland, by Sir Robert Douglas," 
published in 1813 : — 

" ARMS. — Quarterly : 1st, Asure, three boars' lieads couped, or, for Gordon ; 
2nd, Or, three lions' heads erased, (jules, langued, azure, as liOUU of Badenocii ; 
3rd, Or, three crescents within a double tYCBiim-Q,g tiles, for Seton ; 4:th, Azure, three 
ciwquefoils, argeiit, for Fkaser. 

CUIEST. — A buck's head co\\\}qA, proper, attired, or. 

SUPPORTERS. — Two deei'hounds, proper, collared, gules, charged [i.e., each 
collar being charged] with three buckles, or. 

]\rOTTO. — Chest [i.e., over the crest] : Bvdand. 

MOTTO. — Arms [i.e., under the arms] : Animo non astutia." 

The above blazon accords precisely with Plate II., but it may be observed that iu 
the engraving of the armorial ensigns of the Dukes of Gordon, which is given in 
Wood's "Peerage" above-named, the word "Bydand" is omitted, and the crest is 
engraved as a buck's head, affronfe, issuing out of a ducal coronet. This is the 
method (save that the word " Bydand " is retained) in which, according to Burke's 
" Peerage," it is now borne by the ]\Iarcjuesses of Iluntly, who, on the extinction of 
the Dukedom of Gordon, 28 May 183C, became the head of the Gordon family. 

G. E. C. 



ENGLISH AND AMERICAN INSCRIPTIONS IN THE OLD (AND NOW 
CLOSED) PROTESTANT CEMETERY IN LEGHORN.* 



Transcribed by 
G. MiLNER-GiBSON-CuLiiUM, F.S.A., and the late Francis Campbell Macauley. 

Sacred to the memory | of | AVilliam Macbean merchant in Leghorn | born at 
Campbelltown, Inverness-shire, Scotland, the 1^' day of March 1783. | Died at 
Leghorn the 16'^' day of February 1835. 

Here lieth the body of | Abel Anthony second son of | George Henry & Ann 
Gower | born at Leghorn | the 13"' January 1824 . died the 9"' January 1831. 

[Medallion Portrait.] 
Sacred to the memory | of John Webb Escjuire | of Bristol Hotwells in Eng- 
land I for U|)\vard8 of 37 yeai-s merchant and banker | in Leghorn | and the oldest 
member of the British b'actory | at the time of its dissolution | Ai'ter a painful 
illness which he endured | with pious resignation | relying on the mercy of God 
and the merits | of his Redeemer | He departed this life June 10, 1829 | aged 
71 years. 

[Arms : Three escallops in bend.] 

* Concluded from p. 103. 
VOL. IV., SERIES III. M 



13di MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEEALDICA. 

01 11 I Jn M. gnaj 15iitaniuii3 Regis cxcrcitu ccnturioins I Qui advma valetndinc din 
laboraiis | IJuc confinmuidi earn causa migravit | Ali ei Deo \^sum it Oui.m^ 
inimatuia moite I Coguatis .nu.ibus et aiuicis flebili abrelis Flor n i-u^E 
obnt supremum | xv kal. Jan. auuo salutis mdcclvi sctatie xixi 

1.. " V * ^^^^?'V I • • • • rlie mariner | rdine Perthshire I . . . . died at Leg- 

^Lie, i ! '1. '''' ' • • • • "°"""""^ ^^« I • • • • '^^ 1- brother |"n 



TTp J,^ ^^^V""'"'"'^ ''^'• -^^^^ JTolmes Bond | late Commander in the Roval Navy I 
He died of a consumption at Siena | July 8*'', J 835. | Aged 41 . years. ' 

rhn!-!rnf'V"H''^^'/l'' fr'-^'-^^^ '''""*"' I °^ ' ^'^^ ^«^- ^^^^^ Martin I of the I 
Church of Scotland late ]\rini6tcr of St. Ceoro-o's (!hnrcli I'\linl.nr.rl. i LI V 
Brechin SO'^ Ju_ JSOO | died 2- May 1834. R wis 'ul id f ^'iSboL^^^^ 
vocation which he adorned that his strength gale way I and thouo-h he con sen ed 
di. nl '^'r'T'^'t '^'''' '^ '-^ milder%Iirnate | ife sunk ui d^r the jX^f 'o'^f 
To'tl^ hi"l '^'V'^'^'r'' ''""^ "" '^"^^ °^ strangers- | he breatlied his lasl 
io tne high cu ture of an accomplished gentleman and scholar, I j,e added the 
culture of a still higher and holier discipleship in the school of Je us Christ -I 
and hence an union of the most refined sensibility | with the deepest sacredness 
In his own land, many are the friends who have been saddened, by the tidings of 
Ins death, I many among his sorrowing people | who revered him as their 1 Thfu 
and conscien lous pastor while he lived | and in whose hearts the sense of ins wo th 
and pie y and goodness | will long abide as one of their dearest and most halbwe 
recollections | but Christianity speaks an universal language | and there i a el 
aflinity between its disciples | throughout all the cliuK-s Imd countries of the 
world. I This he richly experienced along his journey on the continent of Europe 
the pilgrimage from his home to his grave | In the leadings of that merciful 
Providence winch directed all his footsteps | he at Paris and Nice and Rom^ as 
brought into converse with followers of the T.ord Jesus | who soothed I im oi hi 
IZ or '. 1 /''^'ri'"' ''ff .^^'^••^l^'l'il^bxMi of the same spiritual family | who own d 
iiim lor a brother | tended his dying moments | and closed his eyes. 

.nJ''^''rM''-°'^l'^'''"^"^?"' temporis non perdis qui pie | Hoc Mortalitatis speculum 
TZZuU {r ^-^tenditj in hoc sepulchro conduntur | Reliquiae OdoS 
La ghani Angli Cenorosi Patncijc, Londiniensis | (pii Jm'atnra iotati nuam v . 
m.itinnHVn-lutibu.s ot Qiuis. verno brevis su;d vitai tempore autuuali prLmansr?! 
Bmvsso I m loturnum (.nvum cnllectns Sam'um Natuno debitum solvit | Quoni mi 
peracto Opere nihil videbatur agendum restare | Ara-Fuit-].anx-Cor | Pietat^s 
et-Justitu^-et-Amicitia3 et | Focus-Sed-Trutina-Pectns | Ut nihil he 
ceternu pra3ter sui Mcmonam relinqueret | Intempestiva Morte corJeptus I Summo 
larentum Consanguineorum amlcorum omnium Dolore | Postquam Vix sset vix 
Annos xxiiri Obijt Anno Domini mdcxlviiii. ^ 

[Arms : la the upper ^K)rtion appears a reaping-hook. Rest illegible.] 

[Medallion Portrait.] 
w T° '^ r? ^^,^™^;T of George Jackson Esq. | A Gentleman Adorned With Great 
Ajisdom Candor Integrity And [.earning. | He was Two Years His Britanic [sic] 
Majesty s Consul A Genoa | After Which He Returned To Leghorn His Forme 
Kes dence | U hece [.•.•] He Carried cm Kor About f.O Years An Extensive S. Suc- 
(osslul Commerce. | He Dyed At Ancona The 23" Of November Jn The 72'' Year Of 

[""■tFr' '• n^^r'"" '^''''i"*^ ^^''" ^^ '''''"^l^'-' ^"<l liespectfnl Remembrance I Of His 
Amible[6'/c] Manners, Moderation Constancy, And Humanity. | His Jiemains Have 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOQICA ET IIERALUICA. 135 

Been l^rouglit to This Place, | Over Which His Three Sons Prosper Peter, And 
Frederick Williani, | Too'elher Witii ]\rary Joanna IJiiuinaldi Ilis Wife | HavoAVith 
Hitler (Irief l-'ur So Creat A St)rro\v MrecLiHl this Monuuieut. [Also in Latin.] 
jAiiiiH: 'I'luco aiiiinulH' lifiids (loiiiK'd, DiM'ii lillcii with nu'tal. MoKo : OAIU'IJ DilCM.J 

Here lie interred the bodies | of Edward and llichuid Leo sons | of Edward and 
Esther Maria Lee | The former died on the au^'' of Octob"^ | 171)7 aj^^ed six years and 
four I months, the latter on the 1 . of Novemh' | 17'J7 a^'ed four years and nine 
months | leaving their alliicted patents | to strngj,de under no connnon distress I 
who on their return from Smyrna, buried | a daughter at Naples, and at Leghorn, | 
tlie remains of their family their j two sons, all in the short space | of three months. 

Here lie the remains | of James Alfred and | Thomas Barry sons of | John 
Ptodolf Schintz | and Anna Africana Barry | his wife the former died | Novem''"' 5, 
ISUf), in the 15"' | day of his age, the latter | Novem'"''' 20"', 180'J Aged eleven | 
months and 13 days. 



Sacred to the memory of j M" E. B. Douglas | of Kent | By affectionate 
friend | November 1S3'J. 

To the memory | of | Samuel Charles Turner Esq'', | of Okeford in the County 
of Dorset, and | Barnwood Court in the County of (jluucester | who died | at Pisa 
April 15 . MDCCCXxxiii. j aged xlv. 



Sacred | to the memory of | Anna Colhoun Colquitt, | Widow of the late | Lieut: 
Colonel Coodwing Colquitt C.B. | who died at Leghorn May 10, 1828 | aged 35 . 
years. 



To the memory of | John Dearman Church Esq. | late of Ashwick Grove | in 
the County of Somerset | died at Florence the 15 . of January 1828. | aged 44 years. 



Here lies the body | of Steddy Grinfield Esq'' | who died at Sienna | on the 
18"' of September | 1808. In the 07"' year of his age. 



Sacred | to the memory of | Hugh Edward Robert Macdonald | born at Malta 
on the 20 of February 1814 | and | died at Tieghorn on the 2 of August 1825. 



The I mortal remains of | Henry Taylor | are deposited beneath | He was born 
at Barr ( in Stall'ordshire June the II"' | 171);! and died at Leghorn | February the 
11 I 1834. 



Sacred | to the memory of | Thomas | infant child of | Sir Thomas "Whelan ( 
and Alicia his wife | born August 15"' | died September 1^* | 1833. 



Sacred to the memory | of | William Monckton | infant son of Colonel 
Shuldhani | and Harriet his wife | who died at Scravezza | the 7"' August 1830. | 
aged 13 . months and 17 . days. 



To the memory of | Margaret West | daughter of Major Mercer | and wife of 
Major AVest | died at Arezzo in Tuscany | on the 3 of October 1827 | in her 61 
year | and in the hope of Eternal Life | she lies here interred. 



To the memory of | Jane Powlett | born 28 . August 1781. | died at Florence 
12 Nov 1825. 



136 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 

Sacred to the memory | of | Leu' [sic] William M'^Iiityre R.N, | who departed 
tliis life at Pisa | on the 11)'" of CVf 18l\^» | in the 4 0"' year of iiis ape ( Brave, 
hoin'st, ii(>ii()ial)le, jiiHt,aiid mild | l(»viii<;liiiHl)aiid, father, friend and child, j I'jrccted 
by his widow M. M. i. | Keghorn tiio 'Jd"' day of May IH'JC,. 



To the memory | of | Alexander Eamsay Esq"" | born in the County of Mid 
Lothian, Scotland | and 22 . years | in the Hon'^''^ East India Company's Civil 
Service. | Christian humility & benevolence | were his leading virtues. An all'ec- 
tionate husband, a tender father, | a faithful friend, beloved and respected, | he 
lived in peace with all mankind. | Died at the Baths of Monte Catiui, | 4"' August, 
1827, aged 64. 



Christiana daughter of John Campbell | died the 6"' March 1832 | aged 50. 

Henrietta Jemima Delap | died 1?»"' Aug. 18?>1 | aged 18 . years , 11 . months 
& 14 . days | Youngest Daughter | of | \Villiam Drunmiond Delap Esq. | of 
Monasterboyce in the | County of Louth, Ireland | and of I Catherine his Wife | 
Eldest Daughter | of the late | William Foster | Bishop of Ciogher. 

Maria Anne Fluker | daughter of the late | L' Col. G. F. W. Fluker, H.B.M.S. | 
departed this life June 25, 18;JI. | aged IG years & 10 months. 

This tribute to the memoi-y of [ her beloved Grand-daughter | is erected by 
S. L. liLoyd I Widow of the late Ceneral | Yaughan LLuyd Royal Artillery 
Woolwich, Kent. 



Thomas Oddy | and | ('harles Stewart. 
This monument | is erected by | the liritish Factory ] to commemorate the | 
death of two English | sailors, who lost their | lives by the bursting of | a cannon 
on board the | Constantine, Captain S' Barbe | in celebrating the birth day of our 
Royal Sovereign George | the third, the l'*' June, a.d. 17 'Jo. 



Sacred | to the memory of B. Pleydell Joyce | eldest daughter of R. Joyce of 
Teigumouth I in the County of Devon. | She was born September 12, 1802 | and 
died at Pisa April 23, 1825 | aged 22 years. 



Sacred to the Memory | of Anne Janet Johnstone, | wife of | W. G. Johnstone 
Esq''^ of Carroch, Galloway | who died at Florence 24 Fcb^ 1825 | aged 35 yeai's. 

To the memory of Harriette | youngest daughter of Baron | Hugh and Elisabeth 
Hamilton | of Sweden who died at Florence | May 22 a.d. 182G aged 23 years, | 
this Urn is erected by her sister. 

James Johnston | born at Edinburgh 2P' September 1797 | died at Leghorn 
20**' April 1817. 



To the memory | of | Tho. Cramer Esq. | of Kilcullin, Ireland | who died at 
Pisa I the 2G"' of January 1827 | in his 47 . year. 



Here rest in peace j the mortal remains of | Mary j only daughter of the 
Reverend John Jojjc M.A. | and wife of | the lieverend John Rogers M.A. | Rector 
of Mawnan | and Canon Residentiary | of E.xeter Cathedral | who died at Pisa | 
IMarch 1 1 . 1827 | aged 3G. 

During an illness of a year and 10 months' continuance | borne with exemplary 
patience | she was supported | by a firm yet humble faith | in her Redeemer | and 
at all times of sever suffering | the language of her heart | and of her mouth | 
was I " God's will be done !" | reader go and do thou likewise. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET nERALDICA. 137 

To the memory of | Margaret wife of Sherlock Willis Esq'' and daughter of the 
Rev. John Vigiioles — of Cornatur of the County of AYestiueath in the Kingdom of 
Ireland. | She died at Florence on the 18 of November 1830 aged 33 years, j Placida 
quiescas | nosque domum tuara inani desiderio et mulieribus lamentis | ad con- 
templationem virtntum voces ques neque lugeri neque plangi fas est | admisatione 
tepotiusquam temporalibus laudibus | et si natura suppeditet | aimulatione decore- 
mus. 



This monument | was erected to perpetuate | the memory of | Charles Lubbock 
Esq'' I of London, | the only brother of | John William Lubbock Esq"" | M.P. for 
Leominster and nephew | of Sir John Lubbock 13' of | Honynham Hall in the | 
County of Norfolk, 

This amiable young gentleman | died very suddenly at Pisa | the 15"' of 
December 1707 | at the age of [?] | and was interred in the | English burial 
ground on | the 11)"' of the same month. 

As a small token of respect | for the numerous virtues | of the deceased, this | 
monument was repaired by | Frederick Arnaud Clarke Esq"" | of Battersea Rise, | 
Surry the 3'^ of January | 1815. 



Born . I 1795 | Liverpool, | Anne Udny | Leghorn . | 1825 . | died. 

In memory | of | John Vyner Esquire | fourth son of the late | Robert Vyner 
Esq'" I of Gautby in the County of Lincoln | and the late Lady Theodosio Ashburn- 
ham I his wife | he died at Pisa | the sixth day of December | 1825 . | in the 
eighteenth year of his age. 



THE MARRLiGE REGLSTERS OF ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 

1740. 

April 3 John AVilliams and Sarah Cox. 

April 5 John Lampard and Mary Attwood. 

April H Richard Sales and Elisab. llawkens. 

April 18 John Clabbord and Abigail Russel. 

April 20 John Plastoe and Jane Eastland. 

April 24 Steven Budds and Mary Brigden. 

April 28 AVilliam Louder and Elisab. Stuart, 

JMay 11 Richard Austen, of Linton, and Mary Aps. 

T\luy 13 Gabriel Phi])8 and P]lisab. Whetstone. 

l\luy 20 .lames OKbornc and Rosamond iOason. 

June 8 Thomas Dawson and Mary Clabbord. 

June i) Thomas Baker and ]\Iary Jordan. 

June 27 Thomas Gibbons, of Stockberry, and Ann Cooper, of Ulcomb. 

June 30 John Marshall and Ann York. 

July 7 John Colton and Mary Loudwell, both of Marden. 

July 1(» John Mercer and Mary Norham, both of Thurnham. 

Aug, 2 George Prebble, of AUington, and Ann Long. 

Aug. 7 M' James Whatman, of Loose, and M'« Ann Harris, widow, of Boxley. 

Aug. 10 Joseph Stevens [?], of Thurnham, and Elisabeth Forster. 

Aug. 14 Edwaid Cox, of HoUingbourn, and Jane Crofts. 

Aug. 22 Humphrey Edgell and Ann Hodges. 

Aug. 24 Thomas Jury and Clare Wilsoncroft. 

Aug. 20 lOdward Jury and Mary Osborne. 

♦ TrauBcribed by the lato Hot. J, CAViS-BliowNE, M.A.— continued from p. 113. 



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138 MISCELLANEA GENEA.LOGICA ET HERALDICA. ' 

John Head, of Friendsberry, and Ann CoUisson. 
John Mardeii and Susanna Tliar[). 
'riiomas ilopi)cr and Elisab. Sa<?e. 
Daniel SenlLiip and Kli.s.ib. Tooth. 
J'jdward Peii'ce and Klisab. Webb. 
Peter Barrow and Snsanna Sheaf. 
Robert Hunt and ]\Iary Relph. 
James ])iaj)er and Snsan. Stanley. 

William lln<;i;-in<;s, of Frittcnden, and Mary Brown, of Staplchurst. 
•John Sage and Sai-ah Mortimer. 
Alexander Sancto and IClisab. Baker. 
William Whetstone and Elisab. Brown. 
James Hope and Sarah Uoper, both of Ulcomb. 
John Vineall and Rachel Holler, both of Town Sutton. 
John Reeve, of Lintun, and Filisab. Gilbert, of Boxlcy. 
Thomas Austin, of Yaldinj^, and Mary Gammon. 
William ]\Iason and Jane Mitchel. 

Richard Tyrrell, of S' Michael's, in. Lewes (Sussex), and Alice Mercer. 
Mar, 23 Henry Green, of Chatham, and Mary Hunt. 

1741. 

John Eason and Mary Young, both of Sutton Valence. 

Thomas Smith, of East Farleigh, and Jane Allen. 

William Ades and Elisab. Peters, both of j\Iarden. 

Thomas Pearce and Amy Boorman, both of East Sutton. 

William Howton and Hannah Randall. 

William Hills and Elisab. Turner, both of Boxley. 

John Hug-hes and Sarah Simmons. 

Charles CoUett and Jane Martin. 

Justinian Cooper, of Boughtou Malherb, and Ann Holfer, of Town 

Sutton. 
W Sam. Stevenson and M'^ Ruth Harvey, of Troasley. 
William Cook and Isabella Eastland. 
George Leiuvy, a soldier, and Elisab. Button. 
William Hatch and Susanna Greenhill. 
William Wilkins, of Bearsted, and Elisab. Long. 
John Smith and Mary Brondey. 
Daniel Ha[)ton and Mary Marfeild. 
William FJphc and Dorothy Jessop, both of Marden. 
Anthony llickmotL and Sarah Potter, both of ]\Iarden. 
Joseph Charlton, of Loose, and Elisabeth Hope, of Boughtou Mun- 

chelsea. 
Stephen Hind and Frances Sherley, both of Breadgare. 
Thomas Quennell and Sarah Gee. 
Isaac Rayner and Judith Peene, both of S' Clement, near East-cheap, 

liondon. 
John Bigg and Frances Bonniwell. 
John Wellard, of Hollingbourn, and Frances Harding. 
Ednumd HoaO, of Chart, and Elisab. Colbee. 
The ReV' Deodatus Bye,* Clerk, and IM''^ Mary Coliison, of Boughton 

]\Iunchelsea. 
John Holford and Mary Record, both of Sutton Valence. 
Richard Mills and Susanna Tharp. 

* Of All Souls' College, Oxford ; B.A. 1718 ; appoiuted Rector of Ottenden in 1747, which 
he resigned a few months after. No trace of him during the interval. 



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MISCELLANEA GENBALOGICA ET HBRALDICA. 139 

Feb. 23 Herbert Burden and Elisab. Feild. 

Feb, 24 Thomas B[? SJotherdcu and Mary Peircc, boLli of Bca[r]sted, 

Feb. 28 Daniel Kingsnorth and Mary Purliss. 

Mar. 2 John Fitch and Mercy Marsliall. 

1742. 

Samuel Pyall of Frittenden, and Martha Roffee. 

John Beverstock, a soldier, and Jane Gardner, sojourner. 

John Bornian, of Stone (Isle of Oxly [sic]), and Mhrj Brenchlv, of 

Pluckly. 
Charles Cntbnsh and Hanna Beaker. 
Richard Holder and ]\rartha Wellurd. 
Richard Shaw and Susanna Berry. 

Thomas Briggs aiid Elisab. Twigden, both of Great Chart. 
Thomas Bevans and Susanna Harris. 
Edward Johnson and Elisabeth Turner. 
James Jennings, of Yalding, married by order of Justices to Mary 

Theobalds, of Linton. 
John Mills, of Town Sutton, and Elisab. Martin. 
James Burr and Jane De Caufour. 
John Freshwater, of Chatham, and Sarah Phips. '.'■ 

James Trice, of Chatham, and Elisab. Fowler. 
James ]\Iitchel and Martha Rugg. «l ir>; 

Stephen Rawlings and Susanna Smith. . • 

AVilliam Upton and Elisab. King. 
Robert Bewly and Elisab. Carter. iSn-ih-! 

Thomas Brown and Mary Spriggs. 
Barnet Croach and Martha Roberts. 
Henry Smart and Susanna Lawrance. 

James Soutten, of Teuterden, and Elisabeth Burton, of Frittenden. 
Allen Plane and Elisab. Warren. 
Thomas Deal and Elisab. Stevens. 
James Beard, of Stroud, and Elis. Martin. 
John Williams and Mary Peene. 

John Dixon, of Smarden, and Mary Hanfield, of Egerton. 
AVilliam Hughes and Elisab, Joyce. 
Richard Prior and Elisab. Westbrook. 
Thomas Prior and Elisab. Cowniug. 
1\I'' George Swinuock and Mnvy Rugg. 
Augusten Taylor, of Aylesford, and Ann Baldock. 
Nathaniel Taylor, of Boxley, and Anne Wildes, of Thurnham. 
Israel Coney, of Chatham, and l']lisab. Hudlow. 
Abraham Hawkeus and llannah Bryant. 

1743. 

John Crowhurst, of Leigh, and Mary Medhurst. 

James Gibbon, of Chiddingstone, and Elisabeth Morris, of Marden. 

William Sancto and Mary Austen. 

Thomas Judgs, of East Sutton, and Lydia Feaver, of Town Sutton. 

John Rayner and Susanna Richardson, both of Sutton Val. 

John Kingsworth and Mary Taylor. 

James Winn and Lydia Coney. 

Henry Gooding, of ClilF, and Elisabeth Johnson. 

Robert Cabbett and Betty Roilec. 

Charles Hannnond and Jane Wills. 

Richard Britcher and Frances Faukherst. 



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21 


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13 


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June 


16 


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18 


Sep. 


23 


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3 


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5 


Oct. 


12 


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16 


Oct. 


19 


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19 


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1 


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8 


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26 


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27 


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1 


Jan. 


5 


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2 


Feb. 


3 


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6 


Feb. 


10 


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10 


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14 


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27 


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18 


April 


21 


]\Iay 


4 


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15 


May 


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8 


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9 


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140 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET llERALDICA. } 'A 

John Edwards and Hester Gveen. T . . '^ 

Jolin Hritcher and Christian llonlden. 

Thomas Ciillin and ]\Iartlia Jennings, both of Sutton Vallance. ■ • 

I'ldward Dunk and Mary Knoll. 

IJenjuniiu Watkinj^e, ol' Tliurnluun, and Martha Kitcliingiiain, of 

Harsted \_s'ic |. 
Jiuues Hunyard and .lane Burchfield. 

I{icliard Maynard and Sarah (Jheesman, both of Sutton Vallance. 
Alexander Owlett, of Baughton Munciielsea, and Elisabeth Sharp, of 

Linton. 
William Wright and Elisabeth Smith. 
I'homas Floid and Sarah Daniel. - ,( 

Robert Carter and Ann Bruce. 
Peter Seal and Margaret Clark. > -;<• 

John Nickols, of Loose, and IMary Bridges. ; 

Henry Jackson and Sarah Bennet. 
William Groombridge, of Otham, and Ann Merchant. 
Thomas Wattell and Jane Seal. 
Daniel Everest, of Tonbridge, and Elisab. Windrum. 
Richard Brown and Jane Oliver. 
James Batchelor, of Boxley, and Elisabeth Shrubshall. 
Richard Garrett aud Elisabeth Terry. 
Alexander Blunt and Elisabeth Walter, both of Goudhurst. 

1744. 

Mar, 27 John Sanders, of Marden, and Elisabeth Comber. 
Edward Brown and Susanna Bristow. 
William Andrews, of Doildington, and Leonora Ray, of S' George, 

Hanover Scjuare, London. 
]\I'' Walter Widen and Elisabeth Tress. 
John (Joe, of Fant, and Ann Mitchel. 
Jonaii Mott and Elisabeth Morris, both of Staplehurst. 
John Gee and Mary ?]venden. 

Humphrey Lulcook, of Bearsled, and Hannah Tucker, of Leeds. 
Stepheu Osuier and Mary Ransle, both of lledcorn. 
William Smith and Mary Clout. 

.Joseph Iteader, of Goudhurst, and Elisabeth East, of Marden. 
William Wattell and Mary Beek. 
Thomas Cut})ush and ]\Lary Clout. 
Vinccut Rugg and Hannah Ellington. 

Bartholomew Thoi'p and Elisabeth Potter, both of Hawkhurst. 
Thomas Bottle, of Hollingbourn, aud Sarah Bottle, of Harrietsham. 
John Smith, of Chatham, and Elisabeth Piper, of Leeds. 
Daniel Birchtield and Elisabeth Harlow. 
Nicholas Durraut and Martha ToUis, both of Loose. 
Jeremiah Parker and Ann IMartin, both of Boxley. 
AVilliaui Coney and Elisabeth Tyrrell. 
.Foseph Peen and Sarah Jeffery. 
Edward Tooth and Rachel Lewis. 
Thomas Fai'ley, of Loose, and Elisabeth Daw. 
Jiichard Stevens and Margaret West. 
'I'homas Price and Alice iieader. 
.lob Pearson and Sarah Pain. 

Alexandm- Bottle, of Harrietsham, and Mary Hogbiu, of Marden. 
Henry (Mout aud Susamui I'jastland. 
James (iilbert, of Boughton Munchelsca, and xVlice Worsley. 



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1 


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10 


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1 


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11 


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12 


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21 


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24 


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1 


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10 


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3 


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16 


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24 


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8 


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July 


25 


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29 


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8 


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30 


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8 


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11 


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24 


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30 


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11 


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MrSCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIC A. 141 

James Hickmott, of Frittenden, and Elisabeth Pennall. 

Nathanael Taylor and Elisabeth Woollett, both of the Fort of Sheerness, 

in the Isle of Shcppy. 
Richard Parks and Alicia Hills. 

Richard Chapman, of Mardeii, and Dorothy Briggs, of FiOose. (> . Vs 

AVilliam Orestfield, of Chatham, and Mary Hurry. 
John Peckham, of Boxley, and Elisa])etii Hiains. 
William BeLts, of Lenluun, and Susaima Fetherstone, of Egerton. 
William Russell and Catliaiiue Allman, both of Bearsted. 
Edward Retts and Margaret Beecliing, both of Charing. 
William Wittiugluuu, of rvenham, and Elisabeth Terry. 
William Lott and Sarah Down, both of Bearsted. 
Nicholas Renolds and Margaret Pattenden. 
William Russell and Mary Coleman, both of Hawkhurst. 
Samuel Sherington and Mary King. 
David Grigsby, of Leeds, and Mary Real. 
James Chittenden and Elisabeth Ferreber. 
Richard Bailey and Sarah Plane, both of Staplehurst. 

1745. 

John Chaloner and Elisabeth Reader, both of HoUingbourn. 
Thomas Vinten, of Yalding, and Elisabeth Pilchard, of Loose. 
Peter Bates, of Ulcomb, and Ann Huggins, of Chart near Sutton. 
William Powell and Elisabeth Walker. 

Thomas Garratt, of S* Andrew's, Holborii, and Judith Edmonds. 
Benjamin Ward and IClisabeth Archer. 

Isaac Lloyd, a drununer in Col. Cotterel's* Marines, and Mary Cromp. 
John Clitt'oi-d, of Hollingbourne, and Elisabeth Ncal. 
Benjamin Neale Bayly, gent., and M""^ Catharine Belcher. 
Thomas Banes, of Gillingham, and ]\Iary Hooker, of Boxley. 
James Wilkins and Elisabeth Allen, both of Stockbury. 
John Jury and Ann Chambers. 
Stephen Budds [?], of Bearsted, and Ann Austin. 
William Swan, of East Farleigh, and Mary Springate. 
William Juds, of Leeds, and Mary Frid, of East Sutton. 
James Dan and Margaret Ford. 
Benjamin Winder and Martha Giles. 
John Town, of Boughton .Monchelsea, and Mary Bensted. 
Thomas Woollett and Elisabeth Reynolds. 
William Bolton, of Otham, aud Mary Parker, of Ulcomb. 
William AVall and Lidia ]\Iay. 
John Nash and Hannah Stone. 
John Terry and Sarah Lamb. 
John Taylor, of Doddington, and Mary Hawkins. 
Robert Pope and Judith Thorn. 
William Groombridge and Mary Moon. 
John Burton and Elisabeth Fleman, both of Borden. 
John Shepherd and ISusauna Knight, both of llarrietsham. 
Samuel Samniey aud Elisabeth King. 
John Smith and Anne Chiistiau, botii of lledcorn. 
Zebulon Baker and Hannah Trowel, both of J^^ast Sutton. 
(7(> bfi oontiniu'd.) 



Colonel John Cottcroll then commanded the Gth Regiment of Marines, now 49th Foot. 



142 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HBRALDIOA. 



eUinflton 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD, SPALDING, 
LINCOLNSHIRE. 

In 
memory of Rebeccah 
wife of JouN Ellington ; 

who died 29^'' of March 1751 

Aged 26. 

Also of Anne his wife. She 

died 6t" of October 1781 

Aged 72. ■ :•' : '"'■'::$ 



In memory 

of 

M"" John Ellington 

who died December 26^^\ 1782 

Aged 60 Years. 



Sacred 

To the memory of ■-■,:. i]\ h- UAV.v^-^QVi' 

Ann Jones 

Widow of Evan Jones ,r • • 

'Sui'geon, Oakliam, Ruthmdshire 

And daughter of John and Rebecoah 

Ellington who died 

October 17, 1823 

Aged 74 Years. 



Here 
lieth interred the body of 

Thomas Ellington 

who died 24'" of June 1780 

Aged 31 Years. 



Sacred 

To the memory of 

Rachel 

wife of Thomas Ellington 

who died 21 November 1814 

Aged 70. 



[For references to Ellington, see "Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica," New 
Series, Vol. II., pp. 216 and 240 ; Second Scries, Vol. I., p. 84, and Vol. IV., pp. 201 
and 202. 

1 shall value additional information Jis to the family of Ellington. 

Reginald Stuwart HonniNOTON. 
Constitutional Club, S.W.] 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEKALDICA. 143 

MARRIAGES OF WANDSWORTFl INHABITANTS.* 

1692, Dec. 13. Sir John Shaw of Eltham, co. Kent, BarS Wid^ ab' 33, & 
Sarah Paggin of S^ Mary Atliill, Loud., Sp"", ah^ 18, witli consent of lier uncle 
& j^nard" ]\T'' Paggin, licr parenta dead ; at S' iMary Athill. (Marriage Allegatiou.s, 
Vicar-(jeneral.) 

[This entry has been cancelled, but is marked " stct" in margin.] 

[Sarah Paggin was danghter of William Paggin. " M'' Paggin" was Peter Paggen 
of East Hill, brother of \Villiam Paggen, who was buried in ]\Iount Nod, ^yands- 
worth. lie died 15 June 17-_^(), aged (19 ; and a fine of £2 10s. was paid, " not being 
buryed in woolen" (Churchwardens' Accounts). His will is dated 2 Oct. 1717, 
and proved 15 July 1720. Legacies are left to Sir John Shaw, Bart., and niece 
Dame Sarah Shaw his wife; and to Paggen, Peter, Judith, and Katherine Shaw, 
four of their nine children, with ultimate remainder to Paggen Shaw. 

Li the will of Katherine Paggen, widow of Peter Paggen, dated 19 Jan. 1721 
and proved I June 172-1, one of her trustees is AVilliam Shaw, son of John Shaw, 
late of Cheshunt, co. Herts, deceased. She bequeaths legacies to Dame Sarah Shaw, 
widow of Sir John Shaw, and children. For nuirriage of daughter Catherine see 
1712, April 29. 

Sir John had married previously Margery, daughter and heiress of Sir John 
Peake, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, and had four children. From the eldest son 
the present Baronet is descended.] 

1749, June 27. George Blackburne of Wandsworth, Surry, & Mary Nott 
of Battersea, Surry. (St. George's Cha{)el, IMayfair.) 
1750 Mar. 23 Mary, daughter of George and Mary Blackbourne, bapt. ^^ WAnc**- 

1753 Feb. 10 (ieorge, son of George and Mary Blackbourne, bapt. 

1755 July 12 Francis, son of George and Mary Blackbourne, bapt. ■. ' 
1758 Jan. 11 James, son of George and Mary Blackbourne, bapt. 

17(il Feb. 12 Elizabeth, daughter of George and Mary Blackburne, bapt. 

17()3 April 2 Benjamin, son of George and IMary Blackbourne, bapt. 

17G3 Oct. li Jane, inf. dan. of George and ]\Iary Blackbourn, bur. 

17(53 Nov. 20 George, inf. son of George and ]\Iary Blackbourn, bur. 

17G8 ]\lay 2 (Jeorge Blackburne, 58, bur. 

1778 April 5 George Blackburn, 59, bur. 

1782 June 2G Mary Blackbourn, 30, bur. 

1785 June 15 Mary Blackburne, 05, bur. 

171!), Aug. 1. John Carter of Wandsworth, Surry, & Marg.4.ret Kent of 
West Ham, Essex. (St. (ieorge's Chapel, J\rayfair.) 

1750 May 11 Mary, daughter of John and IMargaret Carter, bapt. 

1751 Jan. 29 Sarah, daughter of John and ]\Iargaret Carter, bai)t. 

1754 July 17 John, sou of John and Margaret Carter, bapt. 

1756 Mar. 6 Susannah, daughter of John and Margaret Carter, bapt. 

1758 Nov. 5 Jane, daughter [altered from John, son] of John and Margaret 

Carter, bapt. 

1761 Oct. 4 John, son of John and Margaret Carter, bapt. 

1764 Jan. 29 Rebeccah, daughter of John and Margaret ('arter, bapt. 

1767 Sep. 20 William, sou of John and Margaret Carter, bapt. 

1751 July 24 Mary, inf. dau. of John and Margaret Carter, bur. 

1758 Sep. 10 John, inf. son of John and Margaret Carter, bur. 

1763 June 6 John, inf. son of John and Margaret Carter, bur, 

1776 Feb. 6 John Carter, bur. 

1777 . Nov. 29 John Carter, 77, bur. 

♦ Communicated by Ohoil T. Davis, Esq.— continuod from p. y2. 



17 50 


July 


14 


1752 


Oct. 


U 


1757 


June 


12 


17G0 


June 


20 


17(50 


April 


7 


17G0 


July 


17 



144 MISCBLLA^NBA^ GBNEA.LOGICA. ET HERA.LDICA. 

1749, Sep. 21. John Tooth & Mary TTollis of Wandsworth, Surrey. (St. 
George's Chapel, Mayf'air.) 

William, son of John and Mary Tooth, bapt. 
Anne, daughter of .lolin and Mary Tooth, bapt. 
Edward, son of John and Mary Tooth, bapt. 
Susannah, daughter of John and Mary Tooth, l)apt. 
John Tooth, 82, bur. 
Susan, dan, of John and Mary Tooth, bur. 

' 1749, Sep. 25. William Budd of Putney & Mary Beard of Wandsworth, 

5 Surry. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfaii-.) 

1750 Jan. 30 Mary, wife of William Budd, 33, bur. 

1749, Nov. 19, Charles Emmbtt & Susan Street of Wandsworth, Surry. 
1 (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 

1767 Feb. 8 Susannah, wife of Charles Emmet, 40, bur. 

1749-50, Feb. 24. Thomas Bull of Wandsworth, Surry, & Elizabeth Gore 
of S^ Ann's, Limehouse. (St. George's Chapel, Mayfair.) 



Extracts from the Reqisters of Clapham, Surrey. 

Transcribed by the kind permission of the Rector, Rev. C. P. Gueene, B.A. 

1653, Oct. 24. Edward Crow & Ethbldra Rich, being published at Wands- 
worth before John Gould, Esquire. Witnesses : Will. Rich, Tho. Young. 
1656 Dec. 13 Etheldreda, wife of Edward Crow, bur. 
1665 Sep. 4 Edward Crowe, jun., plague, bur. 
1665 Sep. 17 Edward Crowe, th'elder, plague, bur. 

1658, Aug. 12. Tho. Malsden of Waihsworth & Mary Shaksberry of 
Clapham, Surry. 

1658, Oct. 7. Benjamin Boorder of Wansworth & Ellen Catingham of 
Clapham, Surrey ; publislied July 18, 25, Aug. 1. 

Beniamine, son of Samuel Border, bapt. 
Beniamyn, son of Beniamyn Boorder, bapt. 
Samuel, son of Jieniamin liorder, bapt. 
Abraham, son of Beniamin Border, jun., bapt. 
Beniamin, son of Beniamyn Uoorder, bur. 
Abraham, son of Beniamin Border, jun., bur. 



1629 


May 


31 


1659 


Mar. 


1 


1662 


July 


10 


1661 


Dee. 


18 


1661 


July 


29 


1664 


Feb. 


18 



The following Marriages occur on a list headed : — 

*'|«flvvi)cti in ijt iJarisij eTijurcfj of ©lapijAm, hv ^am^ iSUglcjj, <!rierU, Ficar 
of 2!®lautif5U)Oiti), U)t|) i>c |3frmiO!3ion of |iti ^aliil auU Bv Bvntiij, 
ftuccfSsiUdM Mcctv^ of i)c jjaiU IJavifiij, as JfonoU)cti) i" 

1699, Sep. 14. Thomas Rolph & Mary Phillips. 

In the Wandsworth Registers: — 
1699, Sep. 14. Thomas Rolph & Mary Philips; banns. [This entry is 
deleted in the original.] 

1699, Dec. 9. John Pavitt & Mary Simonds. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 145 

1099-1700, Feb. 10. Richard Baily & Jane Langley. 

1700 Dec. 15 Jane, tlauohter of Ricliard Jkvley, bai)t. 

1701 Deo. 21 AVill., Bon of liiehaia Rayly, bant 

17();| May 'M Wary, (lan,l,t,er of b'icb.l. Hayi;, 'bHlcor, bapt. 

701 Icb. J(, Mary, (lun-liLer of Ricbiinl iJayly, bant 

710 .Uiui, U .Ian,es, son of liichard lUyly, baj»t. 
1717 April 4 Cartheiine Gilliam, dim<rhtQv of Richard Bayley, bapt. 
1700, April 8. Lkonard IIussey & Jane Owen. 

!?n? A"?" ^'; J'"'e. d'tuo-hter ofLeonard Huzzey, bapt. 
1700 Oct. 5 Jolm, son of Leonard JIuzzy, bapt. 

1700, April 9. William NoKES & Mary FiLE^vooD. 
1700, April 28, John Owen & Adriane Pugh. 
1700 Feb. 5 Mary, daughter of John Owen, bapt. 

1700, May 19. John Harris & Hannah Mousely. 
1G81 June 26 Hannah, daughter of Tho. Mousley, bapt. , ... 

1700, May 19. John Keys & Susanna Peiroe. . ' '.' '" 

1700, May 20. James Peero & Mary Nonnet. 
1671 Sep. 17 Mary, daughter of Joseph Nunnctt, Batterer. 

1700, May 21. John Shipway & Joanna Hazell. 
IGjil) July 4 John, son of Richard Shipway, bapt. 
?r m'v q •J:;!'"'/°"«f'^^;'" Shipway, labourer, bapt. 
?04 F f T? El.zabe h, daughter of John Shipway, bapt. ' J 

17 u- n ?^''\"'"!' '°'l ^^ ^"^- ^^^'^P'^^'^y^ I=il>ourer, bapt. 

17 8 A 1 ^'^therine, daughter Of Jno. Shipway, bapt. 

]l.^ 6"^'- ^ J'^es, son ofJohn Shipway, bapt. 
1709 Nov. 15 Jane, daughter of John Shipway, bapt. 

1700, June 11. Robert Radqell & Sarah Ludwell. 
1700, June 13. Richard Hanwell & Mary Goose. 
1700, July 1. Hugh Mousely & Susanna Smallin. 
1672 May 5 Hugh, son of Henry Mousely, gardiner, bapt. 
1700, Oct. 14. Joseph Jones & Mary George. 

1700, Dec. 8. Francis Serls & Anne Lynn. 

1701, Oct. 14. Ezekiel Edmunds & Elizabeth Dalton 
Jin! t"^- ^^ J°^'°' son of Ezekiel Edmonds, bapt. 

170? n"^' ^t i^'i^^^'jeth, daughter of Ezekiel Edmonds, bapt. 

1707 n oo iT' daughter of Ezekiel Edmonds, bapt. 

Mai oTo^ -Jo''"; f" of Ezekiel Edmonds, bapt. 

??? m'^' V' Ezek.el, son of Ezekiel Edmonds, bapt. 

7 1 Mar. 25 I<^/ekiel, son of Ezekiel Edmonds, bn.t. 



]ld M^ ^ ^"'1^; d^'"t^l'tc>- of Ezekiel Edmonds bapt 
ii6J Mar. 2 Ezekiel, son of Ezekiel Edmonds by Elis;i 
bapt. '' 



abeth his wife, deceased, 



?40 Mn' .0 f^''t^'^'' ^; "''^^ of Ezekiel Edmonds, bur. 
788 Oot' Ir ^^t.""'"/- son ofEzekiel Edmonds, bur. 
1788 Oct. 25 Ezek.ol Edmonds, died. [M.I. in Wandsworth Churchyard 1 



lOYI 



I MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 147 

17()l, Oct. 2-1. Thomas Rkyiim & Maug'akkt INfousKLY. 

1711 I\riu-. k; Thomiis, soil of Thomas Skii'inc, l)iii)t 

1712 July 2 .Joliii, sou of Thomas SkyniH", biipt. 
171G Mar, 25 Harah, daughter of Tliomas Skynne, bant 
1718 Oct. 23 William, son of Thomas Skynne, bant 
1738 Aug. 22 John, son of Thomas Skyi'inc, bur. 

1747 Nov. 22 I\rargaret, wife of Thomas 8kynne, 72, bur. 

1704, Jan. 8. Henry Bath S^ Mary Biogs. 

Irl^ fT io K^"'T' so'i of Thomas Bathe, labourer [mserted], bapt. 

11)82 July 23 :arary, daughter of Obiah Higge, bapt 

1705 Nov. 25 Thomas, son of Heniry Bath,'bapt. ../ 

1705, ]\ray 29. John Savage & Sarah Porter. 

1705, Oct. 22. George BuRRisH & Mary Foster. ,■„. ' 

170G, April 3. Anthony Chilver & Margaret Adams. 

1/08 Oct. 24 Martha, daughter of Anth(,ny Chilver bapt 

1712 Oct. 19 William, son of Anthony dhi'lver, bapt. 

1715 Afay 8 John, son of Anthony Ohilver, bapt. 

1721 Dec. 17 Aixlrew, son of Anthony (^hilvor, bapt 

172o July 11 Henry, son of Antony Chilver, bant 

.1738 Jan. 9 William Chilver, bur. ' 

1739 July 8 Andrew, son of. Anthony CHiilver, 17 bur 

1743 Jan. 27 Anthony Chilver, bur. 

1755 Aug. 8 Margaret Chilver, widow, 70, bur. [5s. paid for the Bell.j ' 

(7'c/ be Cdntiniud.) 



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MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 
IIaughley. 

collt'?;?u;/c^oLTeSlI^'o"0^'' ^^'''"'' "" '"" "'^"P''^"' ^^''^' "'"^^ ^'"'^'^ ^^^^-'i -^^^ ^ 

Ptcverendo Richardo Ray 

et MARGARETyE Coujugi 

optimis parentibus 

pietatis ergo 

posuit filiiis 

obi it 

hacc IV Aug. MDCCLiii 

a3t. LXXlI. 

Hie VIII Mali mdcclviii 
^\3t. Lxxxrii. 

* Comnnuucatcd by G. MiLNiiu-Giusox-Cu.LUif, Esq., F.S.A.-continucd from p. 80. 



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146 MISCELLANKA GENEALOGICA ET IIEIIALUICA. 

1701, Feb. (I. John (Jilijy & KLrzAin-yni Gillam. 
1(175 April 4 John, son of John Gylby, miller, l)ai)t. 

}(\7h May IC I'^Jizabeth, daii<,'liter of Daniell Gyllham, biipt. 

170r> Nov. I.S William, son of John (luill)y, bai)t. 

1707 Dee. •> John, son of John (Jilby, bapt,. 

170'J Feb. '.) .lenkiii, soil of John (iilby, bapt. 

172[) Anj(. jy John (;ylbie, bur. 

17;52 April 18 John Gilby, 24, bur. ' 

1702, Oct. 11. Adolpiius Raciion & Sarah Lesow. 
1G75 Oct. 2;') Sai'ah, daughter of Nicholas JiOsow, ba})t. 

1G80 Sep. 2H A(liili)hus, son of a Duiplms Raclion of y'^ Garrett, bapt. 

1703 Dec. 28 Sarah, daughter of Adnlpluis Jlachoii, bapt. 

1705 Oct. ;!0 Kli/,abcth, daughter of Ad(tlphus Kachoii, bapt. 

1707 April (! Aime, daughter of Adolphus Rachon, bapt, 

1709 June lo Adolphus, son of Adolphus Rachon, bapt. 

1710 Nov. 12 John, son of Adulpluis Puichon, bapt. 

1712 ]\ray 14 Giles, son of Adolphus Rachon, bapt. ,.....•>: v' '.■..■: n-i- 

171;') Dec. 8 Gartherine, daughter of Aduli)hus Rachon, bapt. 

1710 Nov. ]',) .\dnlphiis Rachon, CO, bur. 

174o .June •) Sai'ah Rachon, widow, 07, bur. 

1744 Nov. 21 John Rachon, ;54, bur. 

1745 Dec. 22 Adolphus Rachon, oG, bur. . ■ ' • 

1702, Dec. 15. John Bather & Maiiy Clover. 

1(;78 July 5 j\rary, daughter of William Clover, miller, bai)t. 

170;5 Nov. 12 Susanna, daughter of John leather, bapt. 

170G Jan. 13 John, son of .John Raither, bapt. 

1708 Aug. 22 Thomas, son of John Rather, bapt. 

1710 Mar. 2G William, son of John J^ather, bapt. 

1711 July 29 Thomas, son of John Rather, bapt, 

1712 Sep. 28 Maiy, daughter of John Bather, bapt. 
1715 Oct. G Matthew, son of John Bath ur, bapt. 
1717 June 1 Thomas, son of John Bathur, bapt, 
1719 July 29 William, son of John I'.athur, bapt. 
1728 Aug. 29 John Raither, jun., drowned, bur. 

1740 Jan. 4 Mary, wife of John ]5ather, W[ork] H[ouse], bur. 

1742 Dec, 19 John Bather, W[ork] II [ouse], bur, 

1748 Dec. 4 IMary Bather, bur. [Vestry Minutes, 13 Sep. 1741. Mary 

Uathei- be re-adniitted into the AVorkhouse.] 
1753 Jan. 12 Thomas Bather, 35, bur, 

1703, April 25, M"" Sprfo Manehtie & M" Agnes Crawley. 

1703), Oct, 5, RoBKRT Cock & AVidow Boarder. 

[? If this is the first marriage of liobert Cock of Wandsworth, widower, who 
married Margaret Cole at St. Antholin, jjondon, on 25 Feb, 1771,] 

1703, Dec, 2G. Anthony Ives & Mary Cooper. 

Marie, daughter of Anthony Ives, bapt, 
Rachel, daughter of Anthony Ives, ba[)t. 
William, son ol' Anthony Ives, bapt, 
Judith, daughter of Anthony Ives, bapt, 
Anne, daughter of Antho. Ives, bapt. 
Rachel, daughter of Antony Ives, bapt. 
Antony, daughter [sic] of Antony Ives, bapt. 



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9 


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April 


2 


1707 


Oct. 


10 


1709 


June 


15 


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June 


4 


1713 


Sep. 


7 


1717 


May 


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1711 


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1(5 


17 \ 2 


•July 


2 


171(; 


Aliir. 


25 


1718 


Oct. 


23 


17;^3 


Auo-. 


22 


17i7 


Nov. 


22 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 147 

1701, Oct. 21. Thomas Skyrm & MAitnAitKT ]\rousi':LY. 
Tlioiiias, soil ofrhonuis SkiiMiic, liapt. 
Joliii, son of 'riioiuiis Skyniic, ba])t. 
S:ir;ili, (laiig-hter ot'Thoniiis Skynne, l)apt. -■ '''-)'i- 
William, son of Thomas Skyrnie, l)apt. 
John, son of Thomas 8kyrmc, bur. 
j\rargaret, wife of Thomas 8kyrme, 72, bur. 

1704, Jan. 8. Henry Bath & Mary Biggs. 
1680 Mar. 19 ITenry, son of Thomas Bat lie, Uibourer [wzser/e^?], bapt. 
1G82 July 23 ]\rary, daughter of Obiah Higge, bapt. 
1705 Nov. 25 Thomas, son of Heniry Bath, bapt. 

. John Savage & Sarati Porter. 

George Burrish & Mary Foster. 

Anthony Chilver & Margaret Adams. 
[" James the " inserted and de/efed'j of Anthony Chilver, bapt. 
Martlia, daughter of Anthnny Cliilver, bapt. 
William, son of Anthony (Miilvei', baj)t. 
John, son of Antliony C-hilvei", bajit. 
Andrew, son of Anthony (^hilver, bapt. 
Henry, son of Antony Chilver, bapt. 
William Chilver, bur. 
Andrew, son of Anthony C!liilver, 17, bur. 
Anthony CInlver, bur. 
Margaret Chilver, widow, 70, bur. [5s. paid for the Bell.] 

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17 


05, Oct. 22. 


170C, April 3. 


170G 


Dec. 


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1708 


Oct. 


24 


1712 


Oct. 


19 


1715 


May 


8 


1721 


Dec. 


17 


1725 


July 


11 


.1738 


Jan. 


9 


1739 


July 


8 


1743 


Jan. 


27 


1755 


Aug. 


8 



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MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 
IIaughley. 

Akms : Ray with Walklate (Argent, a lion rampant sable, armed gules, gorged with 
collar lleury couutcr- floury or). 

Revcrcndo Riciiardo Ray 

et MargaretyE Conjugi 

optimis parentibus 

pietatis ergo 

posuit fdius 

obiit 

haec IV Aug. mdccliii 

a3t. LXXII. 

Hie vrii Maii mdcclviii 

a3t. LXXXIII. 
* Communicated by G. JIiLNER-GiBSOX-Cuf.LUM, Esq., F.S.A.— continued from p. 8G. 



148 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEKALDICA. 

Arms : Rawmxson with Hay (Gules, two bars gcmclles between a. n.any escallops argent). 

Dorothea '. : ' 

^PticiiAUDi (.(, Makoaukt^: Ray filia •' ' 

.'.C ., 'I'ltOM.K Rawlia'Hon E(j. aur. Coiijux 
• • ;; Matrona ortiatissiraa 

obiit XII Juuii jiDCCXLiii 

•mL XXXVIII. , ..,, . / ^ 

Thomas Rawlinson Eqnes Auratus. ' ,', 

vir 



:^ft<'r>nf 1 



generis ob antiqiiitatem non male noti 
notion's aiiteni vitte conditionis 



I. V, '"..', v^f.-, ' pi'obitatis deninne iiotissinn>3 



.. 'tl. I 



Obiifc 11''" Dio Decenibris 

anno tetatis lix 

Salutis luimaniu .mdcclxix. 



a MoTot fhe'srJond).^'' ^^" ''''' ^^"^''^ ^"'^ -' ^ P^^^ counterchanged or, on each of the first 

Richardo Ray, arm' 
•■^"»' efc 

Elizakktii/e conjugi '■'■■t-M^- 

Charissimis parenLibus. 
Elizabethte « ' 
filia ,,,. 

moerens posnit ' *' 

vixifc ille annos Lxxxviiii • ... 

Ilia Lxxn 
obiib 
Hie XVI Feb. mdcccxi 
ilia 

XXI Jun. MDCCCXV. 



AUMS : TynioLi, with Ray on nhieid of pretence. 

Ill spe 
Rcsnrrectionis beiitissiniic ad vitam aefcernam 
per dominum nostrnni Jesnm Cliristuni 
jacet infra 
qnicquid morfcale est 
Oauoli 'J'yrell Armigcri 
efc 
Elizabetilti] ejusdeni conjngis 
RiCHARDi Ray Armigeri lilue 
haec anno f«tatis qnadragesimo nono 
mensis Augt' die xxit ^.d. mdcccxxvi obiit 
I lie din superstcs 
Aimo nonagcsinio sesto prope completo 
mensis Jan'" die ii a.d. mdccclxxii 
vita excessit 
parentum tarn carorum desiderio 
filii moerentes 
Carolus et GuALTKRus RoEERTus Tyrell 
Hoc marmor poueuduni curaverunt. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 149 

Siicred to tlio nicmoiy of | .ToiiN 15owni;ss, Major in the aimy | formerly of 
]\r.]\I.'s 80"' c^- (17"' IJco'iiiients: son of the late | :Major General (Ikoroh Bowxess 
of the Honourable East India Company's service ( died 13"' August 1880 awd 
8.5 years. 



Sacred to the memory of | Anne, widow of Major John Bowness | and eldest 
daughter of the late Charles Tyrell, Esq'<= [ of Plashwood in this parish I died 
15 June 1884 aged 82 years. 



Sacred to the memory of | Louisa Jane Browne | the wife of William 
Browne, Esq'^ | third daughter of Charles Tyrell, Esq^^, of Plashwood in this 
Parish | She departed this life on the 18"' March 18G1 j aged 40 years. 



Hawkedon Church. 

Mural Monument. 

Arms: Eveuard ; impaling, (rules, a chevron or between three bezants. 

JiiCHARD EuERARD gent. ol). 29 June 1G70 set. 52. 
Dorothy his wife ob. 2i) Sep. 1(178 iiit. 51. 

She was eldest dau. of Thomas Ooldinq esq. 



Geoffrey Maltyward & Thomas Smyth, gentlemen, who married 
Frances & ]\[ary, their daus. & coheirs, have set up this monument. 



Mildenhall, Suffolk. 

Lodger slab at tees/ end of Church. 

AUM8 : Tor fcsso a pale coiintorcluuit^od and three hawks rising, belled and crowned. 
C'uiiisT : A liawk as in llio arms. 

Sacred to the memory of 

John Lock Gent, 

who after residing Fifty Years 

in this Parish 

Died Nov V\ 1802 

in the 88"' Year of his Age 

and according to his Desire 

was interred here. 

He married Elizabeth Daughter and Heir of 

AVilliam Dixon Citizen and Mercer of London 

who dying at Lidgate in this County 

Jan. 22*^, 1742-8 was buried there. 

By her he left a daughter Elizabeth 

his only surviving Child and Heir 

married to Richard Ray of 

Hawleigh in this County Esq. 

who have issue. 

IV., SERIES III. N 



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150 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEUALDICA. 

John Ray, senior, living at the house called by the name of the Breed, in Wick- 
hambrooke, co. SiilTolk. Will dated 17 Dee. ICRO ; proved C April 1681 by ex'ors. 
To Martha my wife, toward the ediuial-ioii of my three cliildi-en bef^nitten of her, 
namely, Martha, Margaret, Sc Richard Kay, the rents of all my lands in Wickham- 
brooke which were my mother's jointure, nevertheless I give all the same lands to 
my son John Kay & to his heirs for ever, if he pay 100' each to the said children 
when he comes to age of 21 years. Brother Walter Ray to be guardian of said son 
John, and co-exor. with my wife ]\rartha. Witnesses, Mary Person, sen'', Mary 
Person, jmi', & Henry Shar|)e. (Sudbury Arch., 4, Underwood.) 

('/'(' ho continued.') 



^tncalocftcal #ott5{ autr (jaumts. 



KNEVET SHIELD IN CHARLETON CHURCH, WILTS. 

At the feet of Sir Henvy Kuevet and his wife, she being Isabel daughter and sole heir of 
Sir James Stump (Aubrey and Jackson, p. 211), is a shield without escutcheon of pretence 
containing nineteen quaitciings of Kncvet ; this is engraved and tricked on Plate xvii.. 
No. 301, of that work, thus : — 1. "Argent, n bend within a bordure engrailed sable," Knevet. 
2. " Paly of six argent (really or and gules) a bordure azure bezantee," Hasset of Weldon : 
G. E. C.'s " Peerage " say .s in note to vol, i., j). 2(!1, "John Knyvet, son and heir of Eleanor, 
daughter and culieir of Ralpli Rasset." 11. " Or. three bends azure a cnnton argent," Botetourt 
of Mendleshani : "Joane, daughter and hcii' of John Botetourt, married John, son and heir of 
Sir John Knyvet, Knight" (Banks' "Dormant and Extinct Baronage," vol. ii., p. 51, pedigree). 
4. " Chequy or and gules a bend ermine," Clifton : Elizabeth Clifton, heir of first Lord, married 
Sir John Knevet (Banks, vol. iv., Appendix, p. 20). 5. " Gules, four bendlets argent," Cayly : 
Emme Cailli married Roger de Clifton (Baidcs, Appendix). G. " Argent, a chief gules, over all a 
bend engrailed a/.urc," ClioMWELL : Elizabeth, daughter of Ralph, Lord Cromwell, married Sir 
John Clifton (Banks, Appendix). 7. " Krmine, a fess gules,'' Bkunake : Maud Bernake, 
daughter and heir of John, mairicd Ralph, Lord Cromwell (Banks, Appendix). 8. "Argent, 
three cinquefoils gules a canton of the last," Duybv : Alice, daughter aiul coheir of Sir John 
Dryby, married Sir John Barnake, Knight (Harleian Society, "Yorkshire Visitation," p. ;?:58). 
I). " ('hequy or and gules a chief ermine," Tatesuall : Jane, daughtci' and coheir of Robert 
Tateshall, married Sir John Dryby (" Yorkshire Visitation "). 10. " Gules, a lion rampant 
cr()wiu'<l or'' (not genenilly crowned), D'Al/lilNl : Amabill (Banks, vol. i., p. 181) or Anabilia 
(" Yorkshire Visitation," p. 17ti) D'Albini married Robert Tateshall. 11. " Azure, three garbs, 
two and one, or," Chester : Mabilla, daughter and coheir of Hugh Cyveliock, married William 
D'Albini. 12. "Azure, a wolf's head erased argent," LUPUS : inherited through Maud 
Meschines, sister of Lupus. There seems to be an omission hereof a quartering, viz., Lynne, as 
Sir Henry Knevet who married Anne Pickering, the next quartering, was the great-great-grandson 
of Sir John Knevet who married Alice, ilaughter and heir of William Lynne (Banks, Appendix). 
13. "Ermine, a lion rampant azure, crowned or," Piciceuikg : Anne Pickering, daughter and 
heir of Sir Christopher ("Yorkshire Visitation "), married as her second husband Sir Henry 
Knevet, her first being Sir l^rancis Weslon, Knight, so, thanks to the Weston {juarterings in the 
Harleian Society's "Surrey Visitation," p. 7, the following quarlerings can be i)artially made 
out : — 14. " Argent, three chaplets, two and one, gules,'' Lascelles : Margaret, daughter and heir 
of ... . Lassclles, married James Pickering (" Yorkshire Visitation," p. 250 ; but in the note to 
this there seems to be another quartering, Bauhon, that ought to have come in). 15. "Sable, 
u cross, and in dexter chiiif a cinciucfoil argent," Moueshy : Anne, daughter and heir of Sir 
Crystolcr Moresby, niarri(Hl Sir James Pickering, Jvnigl»tj(" Vorkhhire Visitation"). 10. " Per 
fess argent and gules (really gules and argent), six martlets, three and three, counterclianged," 
FewwiC'k : I have failed to lind how this anil the three following come in, but according to the 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 151 

" Yoi-lcsliiie Yisitntidii " pciliLrrcc this ought to be 'rnvRKiOLL. 17. This is wrongly engraved in 
ri;ite xvii. (1 hiivc no reading of the c-arvi-d Khiold), and is unnamed no doubt on that 
account liy C'luion .lai k-Min, but it reads, " I'er bend or and azure, a lion rampant gules." " Surrey 
Visitation " says, " Gules, a lion (rampant) argent, a bend azure," Tylliol : a coheir of 
Lasceiles, Matilda, married as her second husband Sir Robert Tiiliol, but this seems far-fetched 
(Ranks, Appeiulix, p. 32). IS. "Or, a cross moline, gules,'' Laton. 19. "Surrey Visitation," 
p. 7, says, (Gules,) a lion (ermine, Menevill.O ; Canon Jackson's plate, " Argent, on a lion 
rampant sable three goutteo d'or ;" I'apworth says, BlRNKLL. To judge from the next quar- 
tering in the '• Surrey Visitation," which is Etton, these last four come in with Lasceiles or 
Moresby, as Etton is the next Moresby marriage in the " Yorkshire Visitation," and this together 
with Lewknor. 

Anne Pickering's mother ought certainly to have appeared on the Charleton shield. Perhaps 
some correspondent can produce evidence to prove IG downwards. 

F. W. 



PEDIGREE OF DESOAllRIERES (see p. 77). 

David Descarrierea (son of John and Rachel Haine) m.arried Marie Guilliaume. He had a 
second daughter, Anne, b. 24 iMarch 17-ti-5. 

David Dcscarrieres (son of John and Esther Dui>ond) became a Director of the French 
Hospital in 17i)4. He was a merchant of Wood Street, Spitalticlds. His will, which contains a 
list of friends who were to have rings, and under which Ids Smart and Ballance nieces received 
£r)000 apiece, was dated 12 November 1804, and proved in the Consistory Court of London in 
October 1807 by James Guillemard and Peter Kenvoizc. 

John Dcscarrieres and Rachel Haine had, besides the children given in the Pedigree at p. 77, 
Abraham, bap. in Threadnecille Street 24 January l(!!Ki-7, and Daniel, bap. tlierc November ICUB. 
Possibly one of the two was the jjrogenitor of tlie Abraham Deseairieres, whose marriage ia 
171)0 with (Uiarlolte IJhmd is on record at Dublin. 

Henry Waqnee. 



COLE AND nOPTON. 

In " Miscellanea Genealdpica et Heraldica," 'i'hird Scries, Vol. III., on p. 12 is part of the 
Pedigree of Hopton, containing this entry :— " Anno (ilopton) married Richard Cole of Nailsea 
Court, CO. Somerset ; both died ICoO." I tliouglit it might be interesting to readers to know Uiat 
there is still at Nailsea Court a loose wooden shield carved thus : — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Per pale 
argent and gules a bull passant counterchanged, GoLES (so spelled on the monument in Nailsea 
Church which bears the same blazon) ; 2, Gules, on a chevron argent three estoiles sable, Carr ; 
3, Or, a fesse azure, over all a saltire gules charged witli five bezants, Ash ; impaling. Ermine, 
on each of two bars sable three mullets or, Hoptok. 

F. \V. 



3^e\)ielus. 



The Journal of the Kv Lihri.s Soeieti/. Vol. X., September and October. A. and C. Black, 

Soho Stpiare. 

TilK September Number lias as its frontispiece the portrait of the late Mr. Andrew W. Tuer, 
and two of his bookplates. 'I'lie portrait of the lale philanthropist Mr. H. S. Ashbec, who has 
left valuable collections both to the National Gallery and the British Museum, is given on two 
bookplates, both adnjiraljy drawn, witli the Asli and the Bee very prominent ; there are also two 
oilier philes of Ids given. Tiic Number contains also lour landscape bookplates, witli an extended 
list of persons using (hem. The Aiidress to the Society by the Honorary Secretary ut the 
Annual Meeting is given in full. 



152 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

The October Number was uiiavoiilably delayed, and the Editor, iu apologizing for it, states 
that tlic next Number will be a double one, embracing November and December. We see that 
tlic Mditor of '• V.K Libris" lias (juoted from our " Miscellanea" tlie whole of the description of 
Lord Raymotul's plate, for to his ori.u;iiuilil y is duo tlie idea of giving so many plates for 
identification in the .Jouiiial from time to time. Tliose plates now number 111, and 'J are 
given in this October Number, besides the inti'oductory plate of Dr. G. C. Peachey, and that 
of Mrs. Anne Hunter, the wife of the celebrated Surgeon. As Messrs. lilaek have not heard of 
the appearance of the forthcoming- November-December Number, we are afraid that the worthy 
Editor is short of material or assistance in issuing it. Are we premature in suggesting to him 
and his compeers the advisability of making •' Ex Libris" for the coming century a quarterly 
periodical ? 



Fenlanil Notes and Quc'i-'u's. October 1900, Peterborough: George C. Caster, Market Place. 

The present Part is the completion of Vol. IV., and contains an interesting account of Wisbech 
Castle, with a plan as a separate plate. There is also an article on " Delinquents around 
Peterborough," giving their names and the fines they paid for bearing " armes ag' the 
Parliament." It would be interesting to know if the " Delinquents " were afterwards the King's 
partisans. Altogether it is a good Number. , . 



LITERARY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 

The Harleian Society. — The Members will have two more new volumes delivered to them 
this month, making three volumes of " Musgrave's Obituary " and the " Visitation of Kent " 
issued for this year, besiilos Vol. 1. of " Bath Abbey Registers," 



Kent Arch^ological Society. — Members of this Society will have Vol. XXIV. of the 
"Transactions" sent to them this month. It contains some beautiful plans of the Cathedral 
Church and Monastery of St. Andrew's, Rochester, with a full account of them by Mr. W. H. 
St. John Hope, M.A. Tiiere are also several other Papers of great interest, besides those on 
Rich borough, Deal, Maidstone, Bromley, Crypts at Rochester, St. Lawrence Church, etc, 
several of which are well illustrated. 



Mr. Carr-Gomm will issue in January to his Friends and Subscribers "The Records of 
the Parish of Farnham Royal, Rucks." It is in demy quarto, and the Subscription i.s 78, Cd. 
The Work is illustrated with portraits, views, etc., and is a very painstaking history of the 
Parish. Her Majesty subscribes to it for the Royal Library, and the Work is dedicated to the 
Reverend the Provost of the Chapel Royal, Eton. 



*»* Ihtolcs for Itcvicn and Noticcx of Forthvoining Worhs shovJd he addressed to the 
I'vhUshing Oj/irr, 110 W a rdovr Street, London, W. 






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154 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEKALDICA. 

CoRasne |3ctiii3:rf e* ^' ' """' 

Facsimiles are added of tlie signature of Sir Aston Cokayne and (of the beautiful 
one) of his mother to their i-espective wills, both proved at Lichfield. The will of 
the latter, therein described as " Anne Cokayne of Ashbourne in the county of 
Derby, widowe, one of the daughters of Sir John Stanhope, Knight, deceased" 
(mentioning her "great yeares, being 77 years of age"), is dated 13 Aug. 1664, 
and proved 5 Sep. following. That of the former, therein described as '* Aston 
Cokine [sir] of Derbie, Barroiiett," and as having been " Sealed, signed, and publislied 
by the said Sir Aston Cockine " [sic], is dated 6 Feb. 1683 [i.e., 1683/4], 36 Car. II. ; 
the date of the " Inventory of the goods and chattels of S'' Aston Cokaine [sic] of 
Pooley in the county of Warwick, ]>arronet, deceased," being 27 Feb. 1683. The 
date of the proof, however (by Isabelhi Tui-vill, daughter and sole executrix), is, as 
given at the bottom of the will, 24 April [sic] 1683. This is evidently a mistake 
for 24 March 1683 [/.e., 1683/4], which last is the date endorsed at the back. The 
letter " s " in the word " Aston" seems omitted in Sir Aston's signature. 

The following extracts fi'om Parish llegisters illustrate the above Pedigree : — 

Ashbourne, co. Derby. 

Marriage, 
1585/6 Jan. 15 Mag^ Edvardus Cockaine et Mag'"^ Jana Ashbie. 

Baptisms. 

Dorothea, filia Mag'' Edvardi Cockaine. 

Thomas, filius ]\lag''' Edvardi Cockaine ; Mapleton. 

Franciscus, fiHus i\Tag''' Edvardi Cockaine ; ]\!a[)letori. 

Jane, daughter of Edward Cockaine, Cent. 

]\Iaria, filia Mag'' Edvardi Cockaine ; ]\Ia[ilcton. 

Astouns, tilius Mug" Thomio Cockaine. 

Anna, tilia Thoniic Cockaine, Arm'. 

Thomas, filius Thomte Cockaine, Arm'. 

Laititia, filia Thonire Cockaine, Arm'. 

Dorothea, filia Fiancisci Cockaine, Cen'. 

iCaterina, filia Tlionuu Cockayn, Arm'. 

Maria, filia Francisei Cockaine, Gen'. 

Isabella, filia Thouuxi Cockaine, Arm'. 

Jane, daughter of Francis Cockaine, Gent. 

John, son of Francis Cockaine, Gent. 

Burials. 

1592 Nov. 15 Dominus Thomas Cockaine, sep. in nocte. M. [Query "mortnary 
lee;" possibly it may stand for " Mapleton," which, however, 
was only the dower house (Ashbourne Hall being the i)rincipal 
residence) of the family. See also this " M " applied to the 
burial, 23 Dec. 1595, of Dame Dorothy Cokayne, who died at 
Derby.] 

1594 June 24 Inl'ans i)uella Mag'' Edvardi Cockaine de Mapleton. 

1594 Dec. 26 I )ominus l^'ranciscuH (Jockaine, nocte. M. 

1594/5 Feb. 14 M'' Henricus Cockaine. M. 



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28 


1587/8 Jan. 


24 


1588/9 Jan. 


27 


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1592 July 


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20 


1609/10 Jan 


8 


1610/1 Jan. 


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22 


1611 Aug. 


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1614 Se[). 


29 


1615/6 Mar. 


21 


1616 April 14 


1617 June 


21 


1619 Dec. 


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MISGKLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 155 

1595 Dec. 2P. Domina Dorothea (^ckaine, vidnii, uxor I>' Thoiniii, etc. ; diem 

obiit Derbiie. M. ilf 

159f)/7 Mar, 20 Anna, filiu Mag-'' Francisci Cockaiiie, defiiiicti. 
160(; Oct. 12 Dominus Edvardiis Oockaine, Miles. "'A "".,,• 

1G17/8 Mar, G Jana, filia ]\Ia<<'' Francisci Cockaiiie. 
1G18 Oct. 2'J Infaiis filius JMag"^' Francisci Cockaine. 

[From 1622 to 1629, from 1630 to 1638, and from 1640 to 1656 there are gaps 
in the bnrials ; that of Dame Jane Cokayne, who died in Sep, 1647, would doubtlc&s 
have been among- those that are missing-, as also those of Isabella Cokayne in 1634, 
Anne IJoteler in 1644, Lucy Cokayne in 1651 (aged 34), and Lettice Armstrong in 
1655, Ibiii- of the sisters of Sir Aston Cokayne, as also, probably, that of his uncle, 
Francis Cokayne, who died June 1652.] 

1657 Aug-. 29 SL'' Clcarke, Chaplain to M" Cockaine of Ashburne. 
1664 IM" Anne Cockayne, widow, the 29^'' of August dyed about 6 in y*^ morning. , 
The hearse was laid over her the P* day oi' September. 



St. Andrew's, Holrorn. i-;KK>r ^- . ^} : 

Burial. 

l()38/9 Jan. iC) Thomas Cockine, a man, Gent., died in M" Elizabeth Smith's 
house, widdow, in Fuller's i-ents in Holborn ; carried to 
S' Giles' in the fields to be buried. 



St. Giles' in the Fields, Middlesex. 

Burial. 

1638/9 Jan. 27 Thomas Cockayne. 

[[ii the Add. MS. 6671 (folios 246—252) in the British Museum it is stated by 
Thomas Levinge that "Thomas Cokayne, Esf]., died in Greys Inn Eane, by the 
name of ]\l'' Browne, and was buried by his own nan)e in Candlemas tearme 1638 at 
the charg-ys of his worthy Avile in S' Giles' Church, all or the most part of the 
gentlemen and others hys countrymen being at the funeral," His separation from 
his wife is alluded to by her intimate friend. Dr. Donne, Dean of Si,. Paul's, in a 
letter to her on the death of her son Thomas, who died at Bath 5 Sep. 1629, in his 
nineteenth year, about nine years before his father.] 



St. Peter's, Paul's AVharf, London. 
Marrictffe. 
1657/8 Jan. 14 Thomas Cocking & Rachill Stuiy. 



POLESWORTII, CO. WaKWICK. 

Burials. 

1683 May 14 The Lady Mary Cokaine, the wife of Sir Aston Cokaine ; Pooley. 
1683/4 Feb. 13 Sir Aston Cokaine, not long since of Pooley. 



156 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEUALDICA. 

jMoimmtntal Jlnscnptions in iluctvnt- 

[("(ipicd A\imist 18i)!), and July 1900.] 



Cross. In loving Memory of [ Arthur Macnamara | "Barrister-at-Law | born 
April 24, 18()1 I died Aug-nst 1(1, 18i)() | Killed by a fall on the | lower slopes of 
the Diissistock. 

[Mr. Arthur Macnamara, BaiTister-at-Law, accidentally killed in the Mader- 
anirthal on August lO. He was educated at Harrow, where he was one of the 
most hriliiant students of his time, and since his call to the Bar gave promise of 
great forensic success. — "Illustrated London News," (I Septeniber 181)0. An 
account of his accident appears in "The 'J'imes," 20 and 25 August 181)U.] 

Cross. John James Montgomery | Died | 2 August | 1884 | Aged 52. 

Cross. In loving Memory | of the | Rev'' Henry F. Morrieson | died 
August pt, 188G I Aged 34 years. 

[He died in the Eugadine. Eldest son of the late Lt.-Col. H. A. ]\Iorrieson, 
late H.E.I.C.S.] 



Cross. In loving Memory of | Martha Elizabeth | Neui\iann | beloved wife 
of C. Neumann | and daughter of the late B. Bullen, Esq''^ I May C"' 1833— 
Jan. 12"', 18'J4. [Aged Gl.] 

Cross. Sacred to the IMemory ( of a most affectionate Mother | Eliza Cathe- 
rine Pakenham I Relict of | The Hon''"= & ReV^ Henry Pakenham | (late Dean 
of S* Patrick's, Jreland) | She died 27"' July 18G7 | Aged* 73 Years 1 and this 
monument was erected by her | sorrowing children. 

[]\Irs. Pakenham was buried 3 August 1867, and her body removed here on 
22 May 1878. lier youngest son, Captain Hamilton Sandford Pakenham, djed at 
Funchal, j\Iadeira, 20 October 18G4, aged 24.] 



Tablet on boundary wall. Sacred | to the memory of | Thomas Edward Ren- 
Dall I third son of Oharlks H. Ivendall, Esq. | late of Oxen wood, Bei'ks, | Born 
Novendjer P', 1820 | Died SopLend)er 2'"', 1854 | His Body was laid in the Old 
Protestant Cemetery. 



Cross. In loving Memory | of | x\irniUR Ruxton | Born in Dublin 2"^ De- 
cember I 1807, died at liUcern on 28"' | July 1894. 

[Youngest son of tlie late AVilliam Ruxton of Airdrie House, co. Louth.] 

Cross. In Memory of | Mary Elisabeth | Schobinger | beloved wife of | 
Joseph Anton Schobinger, Lucerne, | and elder Daughter of | the late William 
Cowan, LT;.D., J. P., | Linburn, Mid-Lothian, | Died 'the 3'''' February, 181)3 | at 
Villa Musegg, Lucerne | in her 33'' Yeai'. 



Cross. In | loving Memory | of | Emilie Schuller | born June 26"', 1867 | 
drowned at Lucerne | June 29"', 1898. 

[In the Register is Emily Elisa Schuler, East Putney. For account of accident 
see "The Times, 1 .July I8i)8.] 

* t'ominmiicated by Ci;(,'ii, T. Davis, Esq.— continued from p. 121, 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET llERALDICA. 157 

Broken pillar. Krectcd | to the Memory of ( William A. Shade | the — Artist | 
Who was over true to his ideal | l)y his loviny sisters | Horn Nov. 19, 1848 | Died 
Sept. 2(;, 181)0. 



Cross. In jMeinory of | Anna Clara Shutk [ Died October 0^'', 1874. 
Aged -JG. 

[Dan<,'hter of the late Richard Shute of Hij^h Park, Bideford, Devon, and 
riCcorilin<,' to " The Times " she died at Geneva.] 



Cross. Florknoe Catherine Stephen | the beloved and only daughter of | 
OsoAii Leslie and Isarella Stei'hen | of Arthurlie Lodge, Burton-on-Trent | 
died July 12"', 18G4, Aged I'J years. 



Cross. Tn loving | Memory | of | Charles | Edward Stirling | Colonel Royal 
Artillery | died at Lucerne | 8''^ October 1895 aged 62 years. 

[Ife was only sui-viving son of Admiral Sir James Stirling, and entered the 
Army on June 18, 18r)l, becoming Lieutenant October 3, 1853 ; Captain June 5, 
1858 ; Major July 5, 1872 ; Lieutenant-Colonel May 1, 1880; and Colonel July 1, 
18>si. He served in the Crimean campaign from Api'il 1855, and was present at 
the siege and fall of Sevastopol (medal with clasp and Turkish medal). — "The 
Times," 10 October 1895.] 



Cross. In | Memory | of | Elizabeth Symes | Daughter of | Rev. J. M. 
Symes I JJallybegg, VVicklow. | h-eland | who died at Lucerne | July 2, 1896. 
[Aged 52.] 

Cross. Jn loving memory | of | George Thompson | Died in Lucerne | 
8''' June 1884. 

[I^arrister-at-Law, late of the Inner Temple and Ely Place, Dublin,] 



Raised ledger. Sacred to the memory | of Elisabeth Topham who died | At 
Lucei-ne June oO, 1878, aged 73. 

[Widow of Robert Topham of Chester,] 



('roHs. in loving ]\temory | of | Emma J*i. Tracey | who died | at Lucerne | 
Aug. XIII,, 1881,- [Aged 60,] 
[Of Boscastle, Cornwall,] 

Iron cross. To the Sacred Memory of WiiiHELMA-vON-RoEDER | Born Berlin 
6 ix, 1880, Died Lvcerne 4 ii, 1891, 

[A daughter of P)aron Eugen von Roeder and the Baroness Lavinia Grace von 
Roeder. 'LMie Baroness is fifth and posthumous child of the lion, Richard Watson, 
IM.I'., second son of Lewis Tht)uias, second Baron Sondes. She was mni'ried 
II July 1875. Her elder sisttM- is Lady Mary Georgiann Seymour, wife ol 
Sir Michael Culme Seymour, Bart,, K.C.B.] 



Cross, Sacred to the memory | of | Charlotte White Western | third 
daughter of Rear Admiral Western of 'I'allingLon Place | .Ipswich, Sullolk, 
lOnglund I Born February 10"', 1810, Died of fi-ver ut Lucerne Sept, 28"', 1805. 



158 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Cross (temporaiy monument). Fanny Williams. 

[Widow of tlic late Captain W. J. Williams, R.N., of Dropmore House, Canter- 
bury, in lior SCtli year.] 



Cross. In lovinp: memory | of | Pkuoy Nevile Wyatt | second son of the late 
G.Nevile Wyatt, Esq. | of Lake House, Clic'ltenham | entered into rest 2 Novem- 
ber 181)3. [He died at Geisscnstein, aged 11.] 

[My cfiatofiil thanks arc due to Mr. W. E. Bkthell, the Churchwarden, for much courtesy 
and kind help. 'J'he a-c in brackets lias been supplied from the IJurial llegister.— C. T. D.] 



St. Mark's Ciiuiicii. 

On pulpit. ►]- I To th(3 Olory of (lod | and | in loving | memory of [Mabel 
AbiCK Bktiiell I who died | July 9"' | \H9'2. 

On window at east end. Dedicated liy Kiwzabetii Alice Brandt to the glory 
of God and in loving memory of her husband Adoli'jius J^randt, a.d. IBDO. 



On reading desk. To the Glory of (Jod | In loving memory of | The Hon. 
Robert Jones & Caroline | his wife, Canada P.Q. | Also | Rev. Robert Phelps, 
]\I.A. O.xon, England. 

Old Cemetery. 

Near the Cathedral is the Old Cemetery of the town. On walking through it 
to the Protestant Cemetei-y I saw a tomb bearing this epitaph : — 

Sacred to the memory | of | Hugh O'Beirne, Esq"' | of | .Famestown, Co. 
Leitrim | Ireland. | Died at Ducerne on | the 1(5"' Sept. 1880 | R.I.P. | Erected by 
his I loving wife | Eliza O'Beirne. 



Adjoining this cemetery is a scpnire enclosure wliere the Protestants who died at 
iiUceriie were bnried. The ground is not kept in good order, and I understand that 
the tombs may shortly be removed. Among the memorials I noted the following :— 

Ledger. Sacred to the Memory | of | Julia Honora Caroline | Vaughan 
Arbuokle I youngest daughter of | Lieut.-Gen. B, H. Vaughan Arbuckle I 
Royal Artillery | and Mary his Wife | who died at Lucerne on P* August 1871 | 
in her 31st year. 



Head. Sacred | to the memory of | Benjamin Bullen | of Tottenham, 
.Middlesex, England | who died at Lucerne 11 July 18G5 aged 6(1 y<3ars. 

[Notice in " The Times," 17 July 18()5.] 

Edward B. Bullen | son of the above | who died at ... . West Indies | . . . . 
November 1861 [?4] aged . . years. 

[Three lines illegible, ? verse only.] 



Head. Here | rests the body of | Emily | widow of | Augustus Conne | Born 
at Exeter, England | Died at Lucerne the 5"' June 1872 | Aged 65 years. 



Headstone. In Memory of | T]io.mas Dunnill | of Dublin | aged 59 years | 
Accidentally drowned whilst | crossing the Bridge in course | of construction at 
Lucerne | the 19 July 1870. 



Headstone. In Memory | of my dear Husband | Charles Iggulden | born 
in Naples 12 Jan. 1825 | Died at Liiccrnc 8 Nov, 1869. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 159 

llendstouc. Sacred | To the Memory of | Robert ]\rQORE | fourth son of | Rev"* 
•John Lewis ]\rooRE, D.l)., | Vice-Provosl Trinity College, Dul)lin | who departed 
this life 2G"' Oct. 187(i | in his Twenty First Year. 



Head. Jn Memory of | William Ostli'.r of Tiondon | who suddenly met with 
his death | Aug^^ l^S 1877 | in his-o-l^'' year. 

Ledo-ei'. Jn AFemory of | Williaji Joseph ParkEvS M.A. | Twenty-eight 
years | Rector of Hilgay, Norfolk. | He died at Engelberg July 2, 1872 | in the 
ot)"' year of his age. . . 



Headstone. Sacred to the memory | of | Ambroisine ] Marie Reed | aged 
10 years. 



Cross. ACtNES Mary Spalding | Born at S*^ Andrews | Scotland 29"' June 
1847 I Died at Seelisberg | Switzerland | 18"' June 1885. 



Cross. Erected by Alice Caroline Thompson | in memory of her beloved 
hushaml | William i^^ANN Thompson | Advocate Edinburgh | who died suddenly 
oil .Mount Pilatus | on 9"' August 1868 | in the 38"' [?86"'] year of his age | and 
was buried here. 



Head. Sacred | To the IMemory of | Capt'^ R. Hill Webster | Queen' 
F.S.M. I died at Lucerne | August ]7'^ 1870 | Act. 59. 

[Surviving son of R. Webster, Surgeon of 4th Royal Irish Guards.] 



Town Cemetery (New). 

The new Town Cemetery of Lucerne contains the following': — 

Cross. S. Austin Allibone | of Philadelphia | died in Lucerne Sept. 2, 
1889 I Aged 73. 

Say not " Good Night," 
But in some brighter clime 
Bid me " Good Rlorniug." 

In loving IMemory of | Lucy Amelia | the beloved wife of | William Ioseph 
Glover | of Lucerne, Switzerland & South | Norwood England | who peacefully 
fell asleep | on Saturday Sept. 9"', 1893 | Aged 22 years. 

[Second daughter of Rev. John A. Griflin of Brockley, S.E. ; married in April 
1893.] 

Cross. Emfly Lewis | of Summergrove, Cumberland | Died June 1, 1899 | 
Aged 77 I R.I.P. 

[Buried on 3 June. Widow of Major George Lewis, R.E., and last surviving 
child of the Hon. William Frederick Wyndham.] 

[I bcL,' to thank llcrr G. OncULiiULi. the Sui)ciintendcnt, for shewing me these grave- 
stones.— (J. T. D.J 



i¥lomimcntal $nsfrription m ^d)a(n)nu£fcn. 

The only epitaph in English I noticed here is the following : — 
Tomb. In loving memory of | Sophia | Wife of the late | Edward Wilson 
Crosfield I of I Liverpool | Born April 10, 1848 | Died September 8, 1895. 



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I\tnt— |t)arm. 



[Tln-ongli tlie kindness of Mr. Cleaver, of liatli, T am a])le to ^'wc the following 
entries i'rom a 15ible and Prayer-book (l)oiind in one), hy UaskeLt, Oxford, 17?)'.). — 
Arthur Sciiomhkrg.] 

Ann Kent, Danghter of Charles and Mary Kent, was r>oni October 22'"' Anno 
Domini 1741! at 1 O'clock in the Morning. Died Wednesday Ajiril 14"', | to 1 1 in 
Morning Aged GO, 1813. 

William Kent was Born August 13, 1750. 

Sidney & Arabella Cotton. 



Mattliias Harris, Hon of Joseph and Hannah Harris, was born February 13, 
1740, Died Ocf 20"', 1820. 

John Dafter Harris, son of Thomas and Martha Harris, was born March pt- at 
One O'clock noon, 1810. 

Hester Dafter Harris, Daughter of Thomas & Martha Harris was Born Sep^M"' 
5 minutes before p]leven noon in the Moining, 1817. 

Tho^ DafLer Harris, Son of Tho' .^ jMartha Harris was I5orn June 2P' at nine 
O'clock in the IMorning. 1819. Tlio^ Dafter Harris Died Jan^ 28"', 1821, Aged 
18 Month, 1 Week & was buried at Twerton. 

Edmund Field Harris, Son of Tho^ &, IMartha Harris was born March 23''* at 
^ of an Hour pnst 12 O'clock at Night, 1821. Died 20"' June, 1825, Aged 4 Years 
and 3 Months. 

Martha Harris, the Beloved Wife of Tho^ Harris, and the affectionate Mother 
of the above children, J)ied of a Decline which she bore with tli^ utmost Fortitude 
Aug^' 7"', 1823, and was Buried in a Wall'd Grave at Twerton, and which Grave 
contains the Ashes of Tho^ J). Harris abovemenf^ and an infant born dead 5 Months 
previous to her Death. 



The I Ages & Deaths | of this Family. 

Mary Anu Harris ])auter of Matthias and Ann Harris was Born July 20"' Anno 
Domini 1772 at Half-p;ist 2 O'clock in the ]\[orning. 

Susana Harris, Daughter of ilatthias and Ann Harris was Born September 30'^ 
Anno Domini 1774 at 2 ]\nnutes before 11 O'clock in the Morniug. Susana Died 
December 20"', 1770. 

Matthias Hari'is Son of ]\[atthias and Ann Harris was Born November the 28''' 
Anno Domini 1770 20 Minutes past O'clock in the Morning. ]\Iatthias Died 
February 5"', 1770 [sir]. 

Joseph Harris, Son of Matthias and Ann Harris Avas Born February 25"' Anno 
Domini 1777 at half-past 4 at Knight. Joseph Died September 14, 1781. 

Hetty Harris Daughter of Matthias & Ann Harris was Born May 17"' Anno 
Domini 1771) at 10 IMinutes past 1 O'clock in the Morniug. Hetty Died October 
1780. 

Matthias Harris Son of Matthias & Ann Harris was Bom July 11 Anno Domini 
1781 at 7 Rrinutes before 2 O'clock in the IMorning. Matthias died jMonday August 
3"i, 1874. aged D3 years. Buried at the Abbey Cemetery, IJatli. 

Charles Harris Son of ]\latthias & Ann Harris was Jiorn Sejjtember 5"' Anno 
Domini 1783 at 20 Minutes past O'clock in the Evening. Charles Died June 2, 
1780. 

Thonuis Harris Son of Matthias & Ann Harris was Born l\rarch i) Anno Domini 
1780 at 3 Minutes was 8 O'clock at night and died 10"' of April 184 0, 27 Minutes 
past 3 in the JMoiiiing. Jiuried at Twerton, 



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169 



Ediiuiiul HaiTis Son til' j\rattliias A: Ann JIarris was Worn -lanuary (] Anno 
Domini ITK-Sat I ]\rinntes past 11 O'clook in (lie ]\lorninii'. Died Afay 1S7 I, buried 
at AlilK'y Cenu'tciy, l^atli. 

Ilannali Harris l)an<;hter of Matthias it Ann Harris was Born March -1 Anno 
Domini 171)0 at \ Hour Ik'lbro Nine in tlic Morning. Died T)"' .lannary 1811), 
aged 2U. 

]\ratt]iias Harris died 2(1"' Oct. 1825, Buried at Old Widcoml)e Cliyard. 






CONFIRMATION OF ARMS AND CRE8T TO HENRY DRAPER OF 
COLBROOKE, ]\IIDDLE8EX, 1571. 

To all and syngnler as well Nobles and Gentilmen 
as others to whome these presents sliall come, Robert 
Cooke, Esqnier alias Clareneienlx principall herehault 
and King of Arnies of the Sowthe, Este and Weste 
partes of this Realme of England fi'om the I'iver of 
Trent Sowthwardes sendith greetinge. That being 
required of Henry Draper of Colbrooke in the 
Cowntie of Midelsex, gentilman, sonne and heire of 
Hen)'y Draper of Redfonte, Gentilman, to make 
search in the Regesters and Recordes'of my Office 
for suche Amies and Creaste as he may lawfully 
beare : Wherevpon Consideringe his requeste to be 
reasonable I have made searche accordingly whereby 
1 i'ynde that he nuiye lawfully beare the Amies and 
Creaste hereafter Ibllowinge : That is to say : Gold 
on a fesse betwene thre Annuletts gules, thre standing 
cuppes of the fyeld And to his Creaste Vppon his 
hcaulmc on a wreathe golde and azur a Tigars bed 
rased vert maini'd and shot thi'ougho withe an arrowe 
gold nuuiteled gules dowbled aigeut ; as more playnly api)earith dei)ieted in this 
]\Iargent the whiche Amies and Creaste A' eiiery parte and parcell thereof, I the 
saide Clareneienlx Kinge of Arnics by power and ancthoritic to my OHice annexed 
and graunted by letters Patentes Vnder the greate Scale of Englande do ratitie, 
confirme and allowe vnto the said Henry J)ra])er, Gentilman and to his posteritie 
withe theyr done diflerence and they the same to vse beare &, shewe in Shilde Cote 
Armour or otherwise at his and their libertie and pleasure without impediment let 
or interuption of any person or persons. Tii witness whereof I have set herevnto 
my h:u\do ar.d JvA'.t^ of Ot^k-* ti.e tV.wtru-er/.ii diiye ■.■: Ociobrc in ib^ JcTc of Lord 
God a thousand flue Imndred seventie & one and in the thirtentli yere of the reigne 
of owre Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth ])y the Grace of God, Queue of England, 
nVance and L-elande, defender of the fait he, etc. 

Roii'i 

VOL. IV., SICUIKS III, 




Cooke Alias Clarencieulx 

Roy Darmes. 



170 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEKALDICA. ' 

MAPJUAGES OF AVANDSAVOirrH INITAIUTANTS. 

'* ih\ anijrU m ijr ^panjjf) CTfjurdj of CTlapijam, h}) *«imt iEtiglci), CTlrvft, rirar 
of iL5tanU?Jluoilf), Wh ijr fJrvmiosiou of i-ttv ^aUil anti 13> Uvatij), 
jsurrfSBiljrli) lUft«^ of ijr fjaiD ^LJansfj, as jFoUoU)ttIj :"* 

170G, June 14. John Ketciia.sij)!': Sc [^hour Bhooks. 
160!) Dee. ;> John, S(tii of Francis Catcliuside, bapt. 
1700, Nov. 7. John Stanton & Anne Job. 
1700, Feb. ];}. IticiiAiiD i\I rrniKi.i, & Kliz. Crkknrod. 

Elizabetli, dauolitor of Stephen Clreenrocl, bricklayer, bapt. 

Eichai'd, son of Richai'd ]\IicheI, bapt. 

Richd., son of Richd. Mitcliel, bapt. 

Anne, d;inghter of liichard Mitcliell, l)apt. 

Anne, daughter of Richard ]\IiLchell, bapt. 

Thomas, sou of Richard Mitcliel, bapt. 

]\Iary, daughter of Richd. j\Iitchel, bapt. 

Richard, son of Richai'd Mitche], bur. 

Elizabetli, wife of Richard j\Iitchcl, bur. 

Anne, daughter of Richard ]\Iitchel, ■\Y[ork] II[ouse], bur. 

Richard IMitchcl, AV[urkJ II[ouse], bur. 

1^7^, 1707, April 10. Thomas Tanner & Eliz. Huntingford. * 

Thomas, son of John Tanner, bapt. , •; 

Thomas, son of TlKunas Tanner, bapt. ' 

Stephen, son of Thomas Tanner, bapt. 

Mary, daughter of Thomas Tanner, bapt. ^ ■ , 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas Tanner, bapt. • ■ 

(leorge, son of Thomas Tanner, b:ipt. •' ■■)■. ' . • ' / 

James, son of Thomas Tanner, bapt. 
Thomas Tanner, To, bur. .• ■ _ ; • 

1707, Ai)iil 17. Thomas Potter & Janio WiNTERiiorrOME. 
1712 Aug. 3 Thomas, son of Thomas Potter, bapt. 
1714 April IT) Joseph, son of Thomas Potter, bapt. 

. Joseph Merit & Anne Blunden. 

Joseph, son of Thomas Merritt, bapt. 

Mary, daugliter of J(isi'j)li ^Merret, bapt. 

Snrah, daughter of Joseph iMerrel,, bapt. 

.losepli, son of Joseph Meii'itt, bapt. 

Thomas, son of Joseph Merritt, l>:ipt. 

John, son of Jose])h iMerritt, bapt. 

Ann, daughter of Joseph and Ann Merret, bapt. 

Mary Anne, daughter of Joseph j\rerrit, bapt. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Anne AFerit, bapt. 

Nicholas READiNa & JMargariot Toothacre. 

John Hall & Ruth Harvey. 
John, son of John Hall, bapt. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Hall, bapt. 
Hannah, daughter of John Hall, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of John Hall, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of John Hall, bapt. 

* Commmiicated by Ckcil T. Davis, Esq.— continued from p. 147. 



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Mar. 


10 


1719 


Oct. 


3 


1722 


Feb. 


17 


1724 


July 


22 


1727 


Aug. 


10 


1732 


Feb. 


4 


1739 


Oct. 


21 


1740 


June 


t; 


1707, April It 


1082 


Oct. 


'^9 


1708 


j\Iar. 


12 


1711 


Nov. 


25 


1713 


Sep. 


20 


1717 


Dec. 


8 


1719 


Mar. 


1 


1724 


Feb. 


14 


1756 


Nov. 


25 



1707, Ap 


ril 20 


1 080 


Jan. 


30 . 


170!) 


•lime 


5 


1711 


Julv 


25 


1713 


Sep: 


20 


1710 


i\rar. 


11 


1721 


April 


9 . 


1723 


Sep. 


8 . 


1724 


Aug. 


3(1 


1728 


April 


7 .' 


17 


07, Ma 


y21. 


1707, Sep. 16. 


1709 


Oct. 


5 I 


1711 


Jan. 


30 ] 


1714 


Sep. 


20 1 


1715 


Jan. 


29 I 


1717 


July 


7 I 



:SIISCI01iLANI';A r. lONKALOCiICA K'V IIEIIAI-DIOA. 171 

1707, Nov. 2. William Biuddlk & Ei>jz. Waim). .,:, 

1707, Dec. 2;?. Matthias Collins S:. Mary Nkvvman. 

I7(i.^, M;iy :i. Willi AM K iri'ciF it IOliz. M iLLLit. i-v.^,., .'..:■ 

I70:» April 17 llciiiy, son of WilliiiiM KcU'li, liapL 

17<i8, iMiiy ID. WiLLLvM Witiilus & Sauah S.mftii. 
170i) April T) Jane, (liiugliler of Williiun AVitliers, bapt. 
1711 .Inly 2;; Sarah, daughter of W'M\'itliers, hapt. 
171;! Sep. Ci .lolin, son of AVilliain Withers, bapt. 
1711) .Ian. 21 AVilliam, son of William Withers, bapt. ; , 

17ia ]\Iar. 27 William, son of William AVitliers, bapt. '\\' '" - 

1708, ]\ray 25. Henuy Stephens & Anne Rock. "■ 
1711 Oct. 14: Henry, son of Henry Stephans, bapt. 
171-1 Sep, 2(j James, son of Henry Stephans, bapt. 

1717 ]\rar. 21 ^lary, danG^hter of Heni'y Stevens, bapt. ' ^ • y'.''.< . 
1719 Dec. i-jO James, son of Henry Stephens, bH|)t. ,. 
1700 Sep. 11 Mary, dan. of Henry Steevens, bnr. ' ' • 
17-10 April 1;> Henry Stevens, G4, bur. , 

17-17 Aug. 2o Anne, wife of Henry Steevens, Inir. '' ' 

1708, Jnne 2S. Henry Ketch & Mary Watson. 
174!) Ang. 21 INTary Ketch, bnr. 

1708, July 8. John Sitaw it Sarah Adaims. 

1708, Oct. ;J. John' Core A, Sarah Pi \KS. • 
1701) Dec. 25 John, son of John Cojje, bapt. 

1711 Mar. 1(5 William, son of John Cope, bapt. 

1712 April i;! William, son of John Cope, bapt. 
I7i;i St'p. l;; Anne, daiiglilcr of John (Nipc, bapi. 
1715 Mnr. 27 Joseph, son of .lohn (^)po, bapt. 
171(1 I'Vb. 10 K'obert, son of John (^ope, l)apt. 

1718 Sep. 14 l''rances, (langhtcr of .John ('ope, ba[)t, 
1721 Nov. 5 l']li/.abetli, danghter of John Cope, bapt. 

1723 Nov. 10 Sarah, danghter of John and Sarah Cope, bapt. 
17;-55 July John Cope, 47, kill'd by ii fall from oiT a wagon, bur. 

1701), April 25. Pktior Chapman it Vaa'A. Plirce. 
I(i82 Dec. 18 Peter, eon of J<idward Cha]iinan, bapt. 

1710 May 5 Mary, daughter of Peter Chapman, bapt. 

1711 Nov. 18 Lydia, daughter of Peter ('hapinau, bapt. 
1745 Aug. 29 Peter Chapman, bur. 

1709, Oct. 4. Francis Horton & Sarah Capell. 

1710, June 4. William Bagford & Eliz. Paxford. 
1710 Feb. 23 I JqIJJJ'"^' j twins of William Backford, bapt. 

1741 July 22 Elisabeth, wife of William Bagford, bur. 
1741 July 29 William Bagford, bur. 

1710, July 20. David Blanker & Jane Page. 
1727 Nov. 23 Jane, wife of M'' David Blanker of Martin Abbey, bur. 

P 2 






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172 MISCELLANEA QENEALOrJICA ET TIERALDICA. 

1710, Oct. 9. Henry AsouK .t n RACK Tannkr. ' , 

IfiSO July 2!) Onicc, (liuip;litcr of John Tanner, bapt. 
171c' Dec. L>1 (Irncr, (liui^litcr <•(■ llrniy Aykew, hai.t,. 

l-IH .Imu.. iM Henry, K(.ii of llciiv Askru', bapt. ' 

1720 Aug. 2] Anno, daughter ot ilenry Askew, bapt, 

17-12 July 11 Henry Ascue, 58. bni'. 

174;') Dec. 4 (Jrace Ascne, widow, 01, lair. 

1715 Dec. 22 Mary Ascue, 3o, bnr. 

1710, Oct. ID. Hkxry Fiogk & Catherine Ludlow. 
HiHl Sep. IS Catherina, daughter of Henry Ludlow, bapt 
1715 Nov. 27 Cartherine, daughter of Henry Fig, bapt 
1718 Nov. [?] James, son of Henry Fig, bapt 

1731 Jan. 20 Henry Figg, bnr. ' 

1742 Sep. 12 Catherine Fig, widow, CO, bur. 

1711, June 17. Ferdinando Atkinson & Anne Davyes. 
1712 Sep. 7 Anne, daughter of Ferdinando Atkinson, bapt. 
17]^ Feb. 4 Jno., son of Ferdinando Atkinson, bapt. 

1715 Dec. 11 AVilliam, son of Ferdinando Atkinson, bapt. 

1717 Aug. 4 Elizabetli, daughter of Ferdinando Atkinson, bapt 
l^li) July 2(; Flizal)cth, daughter of Ferdinando Atkinson, bapt. 

1722 J\Iay 27 Elizabeth, daughter of Ferdinand and .Vnn Atkinson bapt 
1/2;; Ai.ril 27 Ebzabetli, daughter of Fardinando and Ann Atkinson, l)apt. 

" Hei'e must be a mistake, but liow it happen'd cannot find. These cliildien were 
baptiz d and are registered y^ year before."— [Note in Register.] 

1711, July 30. Robert Wilson & Anne Clover. 

1711, July 30. John Sprauseley & Anne Savage. 
1C89 Aug. 7 Anne, daughter of John and Mary Savage, bapt. 
1712 Jan. 1 John, sou of John Sprawsley, bapt. 
1715 June 19 Benjamin, son of John Sprawsley, bapt 
1710 Jan. 10 Mary, daughter of Jolin Sprawsly, bai)t. 

1718 Oct. 2G James, son of John Sprawsly, bapt. 

1721 Aug. 13 Elizabeth, daughter of John Sprawsly, bapt. 
1773 Sep. 23 Ann Sjn-osley, 84, bur. 

177 1 Feb. 9 John Sprosoley, S8, bin-. 

1711, Sep. 19. WrijjAM Neatk <\: Mary Chester. 
l<;7^i Jan. 29 I^fary, daughter of Francis Chester, bapt. 

1711-12, Jan. 29. Tho. Nelson & Eliz. Warren. 

1679 Nov. IG Thomas, son of Amblett Nelson, bapt. 

1712 Dec. 30 Thomas, son of Thomas Nelson, bapt 

1714 May 2 Mary, daughter of Thomas Nelson, bapt. 

1710 Mar. 19 WiUiani, son of Thomas Nehon, ba|)t. 

1717 Jan. 5 Fb'zabeth, daughter of Thomas Nelson, bapt 

1719 J\lay 24 'i'liomas, s(m of Thomas Nelson, ba])t. 

1720 Oct. 9 Anne, daughter of Thomas Nelson, bapt. 

1722 May 27 Martha, daughter of Thomas and Eliz. Nelson, bapt 
17,23 April 28 Martha, daughter of Tho. and Elizabeth Nelson, bapt. 

[Evidently a re-entry.] 
172^ Mar. 8 John, son of Thomas Nelson, bapt. 



1726 


Sep. 


18 


1727 


Alio-. 


17 


17211 


April 


20 


17;U 


'Inly 


21 


1727 


Nov. 


12 


172'J 


Auo'. 


20 


17;',l 


A lit;-. 


1<S 


l7;u 


Sep. 


12 


1735 


June 


i' 



MISCBLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 173 

Thomns, st)ii of Thomas Nelson, bapt. 
Samuel, son ot'Thomas and Elizabeth Nelsf^n, bapt. 
Sarah, daiiyliLer of Thomas and Elisabeth Nelson, bapt. 
I'ilisaheth, daiig-htcr of Thomas and Elisabeth Nelson, bapt. 
Samuel, inf. son of Thomas Nelson, bur. 
Elizabeth, daughter of 'JMiomas Nelson, bur. 
Thomas Nelson, bur. 

Elizabeth, inf. dan. of ^Vidow Nelson. '' . ■ 
.... wid. of .... Nelson. 
[In Churchwarden Accounts 5s. paid foi' bell at Elizabeth Nelson's funeral.] 

1712, April 27. Lsaack ^Mitchell e*c Mary Axtell, 
lOSl Oct. 2 Alary, daughter of Geor,i>'e Axtell, bapt. 

1734 Dec. 27 Mary, wife of Isaac Mitchel, bur. v ' " . 

1735 April IG Isaac IMitchell, bur. 

1712, April 28. \ViM.iA5[ Shaw & Eliz. TiiOTTMAN. •••■;:*^ 

171;') .lidy 21 < r, ' V i daughters of William Shaw, bapt. ' ;, 

•^ L Sarah, j ° > r , 

1712, April 20. WrLLiAM IIalk, Es(i., & ]\I''^ Catherine Paggen. 

[She was daugliLtir of Peter and (Catherine l*a,ggen. Peter Paggcn most pro- | 

bably built the large house known as the Manor Mouse, now |)ulled down, near the ; 

Eishmougers' Almshouses, Wandsworth. William and Catlierine Hale had two \ 
sons, Paggen and William, both mentioned in their grandfather's will. On the ' 1 

death of William Hale his widow married Mr. Moi'ice, and had two sons, Humphrey s 

and Nicholas. See marriage of cousin Sarah Paggin. 1692, Dec. 13. J ' 

[Erom the Wandsworth Registers : — ] 

1721 Oct. 11 Nicholas, son of Humphi'ey AForrice, Esq"", bapt. 

1718 Dec. 2 Nicholas Morris, Esq., bui". , ^ 

1712, May 4. Joiix Paxford & Sarah Bexnet. 

1712 Mar. 15 Charles, son of John Paxford, bapt. ; 

17|^ Feb. 14 John, son of John Paxford, bapt. I 

1716 April 21) Uichard, son of John Paxford, bapt. 

1719 Feb. 17 James, son of John Paxford, bapt. j 

1722 Jan. 2 T'homas, son of John Paxford, bapt. ■ 
1728 .May 26 Uichard, sou of John Paxford, bur. ,j 
1733 Sep. 20 Sarah, wife of John Paxford, bur. ' 
173'J Jan. 7 Thomas, son of John Paxford, bur. 

174f Mar. 3 John Paxford, bur. 

[Elected Milliugton Pensioner 19 Oct. 1738.] 

1712, May 6. Poi'.krt Mki„sham & Maiiy Stubbington. 

1712, Sep. 16. James AVoollner & Amy Rixon, j 

1692 July 10 Amy, daughter of ]\richael Rixon, bapt. 

171;) Aug. 23 .lames, sou of James Woollener, bapt. 

1715 Aug. 11 Michael, son ol .lames Wooliner, bapt. 

1717 June 10 .loanua, daughter of James Wooliuer, bapt. 
1721 Si;[). 17 AuKiy, ilaiighter of .lames Wooliuer, bapt. 

1723 .June 28 Michael, son of .James Woollener and Amy his wife, bapt. 

1724 Sep. 7 iMary, daughter of .James Woolenor, bapt. 
1726 Mar. 28 John, sou of James Wooleiior, bapt. 



Mt. VlVl 



171 JEISCKLLANKA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDTCA. 

1727 July 20 Aiuk', daughter of James and Amy WoUener, bapt. 

1727 July ?,0 Aiiiie, dau<>liter of James Wollenei-, bur. 
17."il Se]i. 2 Amy, wile of Jame.s Wollener, bur. 
17-11 May ;; Jau'ies Wooluei', al, bur. 

,. 1712, Dci;. 2. Tiiu.MAH Davies ^^ JIanaii Lluellin. 

17l2-l;'i, Jau. 7. John Uivers & Hawaii Wixcn. 

1712-I0, Jau. IS. lUuTHOLo.MKw FuELKU ct Joanna KixoxX. 
I(jy4 Sep. 21 Joanna, daughter of Miles llixon, bapt. 

1712-13, Feb. 15. Nicholas Klood ct Mary Wiseman. 

1713, April 14. John Neal & Ellenore Brine. 

1713, July 3. John Atkinson <l'. Mary Dudgeon.- 

'■ 1713, Aug. 11. John .Shepherd it Elizabeth Westrke. 

1715 July 14 ]\rary, daughter of John Shepard, bapt. 

171!) Dec. K; Elizabeth, daughter of John .Shepherd, bapt. 

1720 Nov. 4 .Samuel, son of John .Sheperd, bapt. 

1721 Sep. 11) Sarah, daughter of John .Sliepard, bapt. 

1723 .St'p. 24 Ann, daughter of John and Elizabeth Sheperd, ba])t. 

1721 Jau. 13 Johu, son of John Shojjpard, bapt. 

1725 Srp. 21 John, sou of John Slicppard, l)a])t. 

172<S Jan. 1 I'atieiiee, <laughlei' of John and Elisabeth Shepherd, bapt. 

1733 Jan. 14 (Jeorge, son of John and Elisabeth Shepherd, bapt. 

173| Feb. 22 Mary, daughter of John and Elisabeth Sliejtliei'd, bapt. 

1737 Oct. 22 j\lary, daughter of John and Elisabeth Sheppard, bapt. 

17;5f Feb. 12 i\Iarth, daughter of John and Elisabeth Sheppard," bapt. 

1728 Jan. 1 I'atieuce, inf. dan. ot John .Shepherd, bur. 
17;'.(; ,Scp. 1) Mary, inf. dan. of John Shepherd, bui-. 

17 12 Dec. i) John Sh(;ppard, (id, bur. 

1713, Aug. 13. JosioRH Sanders & IMargauet Wade. 

(7W he coutiiuied.) 



i\aj> of ^tiffoUt.* 

kStansfield Churoh, Suffolk. 
Mural Tablet. 

ARMS: Kmiiue, a bend vuiiy gules uiul or, between twu C(jlifse8 of the seeuiul, 11 nfbcent for 
(lili'ereiice, fur I'l.UJlK ; impjiliuj;, (Jules, a cbevioii ;u-''eiit, belweun three be/.aiits, for (ioi.ojNu. 
(Davy MSS., Kril. Mus.) 

To the nieuiory iJ'^ UoifKiM' Plu.me, geut., youugest .son of Fdmoni> Plume of 
llawla'don Hall, gent., and Frances his wife, daughter of Thomas (Joldino of 
Poslinelbrd, J-^sq''. 'J'hi.s monument is by Eijzareth Flume their youngest 
daughter and coheiress, dutifidl dedicated, .Vnno Domini 171'.». 

* Commuuieateil by G. MlLNEU-GlHSON-tJui.LUM, ]^&i[., L'.S.A.— coiiliiiueil fr.itn p. 1.">U. 



i 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDIOA. 175 

REGISTERS. 



StANSFIKLD, SUFFOl-K, 

"Clumeiit R^iiye, IMinistcr," sii^nis tlio iiariwli iiccoiiiits, Stansfield, 1000 — U;(;2. 
liugistcrs ol" ]]ii[)tisni.s oiit(jrc(l in his hand J(;r>() — 1053, thcjii the bwoni liegisLnir. 

Ilri/jfi.snis. 

33 Hen. Vin. April 4 Alice d. of Jolui Orbell. 

37 „ Fcl». -JO !5rio-it d. of Jolm Sc A.ii^nes Orbell. 

1 Edw. VI. • June IS Kli/.al.eLh d. of .lohn c*c, A-iics Orbell. 

3 „ Se|.. lM; Anihrdse 8. (if John .*:: A<;iieK Orbell. 

5 „ ,Inne IS fllizabeLli d. of , lohn c^', A<^'ne8 Orbell. ■' ' 

5 „ Nov. 18 .lolin s. of ifenrv Orbell. 

7 „ ]\Iar. 27 Robert s. of Henry Orbell. 

7 „ April 4 I)arbara d. of John & Agnes Orbell. • 

1555 May It? Alice Orbell 1 , , , 

1555 Sep 15 William Orbell / I^'"'^"^' ^^"*^ "^™^^- 

15(;3 Oct,. 10 Anna d. of John & Agnes Orbell. 

15(;7 Nov. I Robei't B. of John & Agnes Orbell. ^' ■< 

157G June 5 John s. of Ambrose & Eliz'"' Orbell. 

1581 Nov. SC) AVilliam s. of John & Alice Orbell. ■-'^■■ 

1583 ^lay 5 Kli/.abeth d. of John & Alice Orbell. ; • , ' 

1585 Aug. 29 Martha d. of John & Alice Orbell. <v<;r!\ > ■:;>■■. ■.,.;;j,, 

1587 Nov. 5 Roger s. of Nicholas & JMartha Walrond. 

1588 Ang. 25 -lohn s. of John & Alice Orbell. 

1590 April 8 Susanna d. of Nicholas & ilartha Walrond. 

1592 Aug. 13 Mary d. of John & Alice Orbell. 

1593 May 20 George s. of Nicliolas & Martha Walrond. •• ', 
1595 Sep. 7 Anna d. of John & Alice Orbell. 

1590 Jan. 3 Sara d, of John & Alice Orbell. 

1597 Nov. 9 Martha d. of Nicholas it Martha Walrond. 

I(il2 Mar. -t .Mary Orbell d. of William. 

1G15 Mar. 14 William Orbell s. of AVilliam. 

1G17 Jan. 13 John Orbell s. of AVilliau). 

1(;24 July 29 Ambrose s. of William & Anne Orbell. 

1(){)6 Feb. 10 Rose d. of John & Rose Plume. 

1(;()8 Oct. 18 Frances d. of Robert &, Frances Plume. 

1G(;9 July 18 Anna d. of John & Rose Plume. 

1G72 Sep. 19 Elizabeth d. of Robert .t Frances Plume. 

1(175 Aug. 22 Robert s. of John it Rose Plume. 

hi77 July IS .lohn s. of Sanuiel tt ]\[artha Ray. 

From 1731 — 1743, other Plumes. 

Jlarriat/es. 
31 iren.VIlI. i\Iay 7 John Orbell <t Agnes Sparrow. 
1572 Nov. IG And)i-ose OrlK'IKt FlizalH'th Dyusley. 

158G Dec. G M'' Nicholas Walrond, Jtector of Stansfield, & Martha Orbell. 
1592 Feb. 7 Fdward Abbot of Denston & Honor Orbell. 
1G41 Oct. 2G William Orbell & INIargaret Webb. 
1G4I Nov. 23 John Hayward & ^lary Orbell. 
1GG5 May 9 Robert Plume, genemsus, it Frances Gelding, gen". 
1778 ]\Iar. 2 Daniel Plume of Alpheti-n married Mary liigsby of Stansfield, and 

had issue: Maria, bapl. 9 Feb. 1780; JfolRM't Bigsby, baj-t. G Nov. 

1788; Sarah, bapt. 18 July 1794; Jane, bajit. 11 July 1797. 
1814 — — Robert Pretyman Waller of Bury S^ E'' married Maria Plume. 



17C MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Burials. 

3r, Hen. VIIT. Auo-.IC Joliii Orbell. , . . 

L> Kdw. VI. M;iy ;!(» IMiilipi.ii Orbcll. ■,',.■ '^ '''"''' " '^'' - , 

15r)(; Jiiii. 1>9 ' Harbani Oi-bull. w ■ 

\UV2 Jan. 5 Robert Orbell. '. ' •^' ; 

ir.(;7 Nov. 14 Robert Orbell. " ' " ' 

1570 Aiij,'. 15 .John OrbclI. .,■..,:,',,,•, 

1577 Fob. 11 ]\rary ()rl)oll. ' : "■'■ 

1580 Nov. -24 John Oi'bell. . ' "|' 

158o . Dec. 17 Joint Orbell. ''"' "' 

IGOo April ;5 Martiia AValrond. 

lOOO Jan. •> A<>-nes mother of Ambrose & William Orbell. ! 

1G15 Hep. 2o Anibi'ose Orbell. [Chui'ehwardeu in 1 COO.] j 

ICl'J July I .fuhn Oi'Ik'II, n.aritns. ^, , . 

1G22 Llay -iG Elizabeth Orbell, widow. '.''■'/'-'.'•' '■ 

IGCl jNIay 17 Samuel tiie son of (Menient it Mary Raye. '' '' ' '"' 

1G75 Dec. 7 .lohaiiiia Orbell, wile of Thomas. 

1G7G Jan. D John Orbell. t ■'■":, 

lGy4 Jan. i) William s. of William it Anna Orbell. 

:'(.!■ v. : 
WATTI8FIKLD, SUFFOLK. "'" ; 

1G5S Nov. 5 (Meiiu'nt Ray,* Heclor, i'amous ibr {)reacliinj;' and converBatioii, 
was bni'ied. 

(^T« hr rontiuiird') •: 



3 ilonDDn Citutn^s Siar}>, i788.t 

In I7;iM John Moi'ton, linen-dra[)er of London, then ■a<;ed 74, wrote out what he 
called a *' Diary." biit what really wore his recolleotions of a 1on<^' and busy life. It 
is now in possession of one of his descendants, ]\Ir. ]\rolesworth JeiFery of New 
N(trfolk, Tasmania (son of Bartholomew Jetl'ery, by the Don. Wilhelmina, sister of 
the seventh Viscount Mi^lesworth). l^lv. Jetiery, who is now in his 8'Jth year, 
has kindly permitted me to |)ern8e the volume, and from its paf^'cs T have <i-athered 
the subjoined pedi;.^ree. The almost entire absence of dates in the '" Diary " is 
remarkable, but I have no doubt many, relating to the pedigree, could be supplied 
by any one who has access to the reprinted (.'ity Registers. The jjcdigree gives 
many additions to that of Morton in vol. i. of Muntev's " Familiin Minorum 
(ientium " (llai'leian Society). I api)end also a List of the names of persons 
incidentally referred to in the " Diary." 



I I 

Rev. John Morton of Anton Gittbrd,^Elizabeth, da. of Rev. Charles 
Southams, Devon, twenty yeai-s 
minister of the parish ; valued at 
.foOO a year ; died 1G7I. 

A 



Hudson, a IMorton, s.p. 
Turkey mer- (See Oalamy.) 

chant. 



* He was inducted 14 July 1G26. 

t Communicated by 0. M. Tenison, Esq., M.R.I. A., Hubart, Tasmania. 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDICA. 



177 



da. of :\rr.- 

]\rickell AVatts, 
(icildcii Cross 
Court, in Catea- 
ton Street, Mas- 
ter of Haljcr- 
dashers' Com- 
pany ; lior dowry 
.l'8()0 ; died 
throe years afior 
marriage. 1 st 
wife. 



pJohn Morton, linen-drapei',= 
I Itorn -J] 'March lOill ; 
i apprenticed 1!) November 
Ui77, then aged 121; 
served eight years' appren- 
ticeship with Rol)ert Ford, 
at tiie sign of" The Legg," 
near St. Thomas's Hospital 
in the Uorongli. liiving 
1 7.').S, the date to which the 
" Diary " is l)ronght down. 



. . . . da. of Charles= 
:\richells or Mitchell, 
niei-chant in the 
I'onltry ; she was 
boi-n at (^hitei-ne, ten 
miles from Sarnm, 
whitlier her father 
had retired, and 
where he died ; she 
died seven yeais after 
marriaue. 2nd wife. 



-Sarah, da. 
of Edmund 
Farring- 
ton (see 
below). 
3rd wife. 



Eight children, of whom 
fonr were living in 1738. 



Charles Mor- 
ton, born at 
" The Arti- 
choke " in 
Cornhill;died 
unmarried, 
aged 24. 



I I 
John Morton, 
died infans. 



.... da., born 
in Friday 
Street. 



I I 
John i\lor 



Margaret, 
married 
John 
Wells. 



Frances, when=|=John AVatson, 



a widow she 
went to reside 
at Sloport (?), 
Manchester. 



salesman, 
llonndsditch ; 
he died " of 
drink," 



Eight children, of whom 
only one survived. 



Charles Mor-=f 
ton, a phy- | 
sicianin Lon- 
don, aged 72 
at death. 



I 

Nicholas 
Morton, 
a mis- 
sionary 
in New 
Eng- 
land. 



I 
Elizabeth, lived 
in Ted worth in 
Wiltshire, in tlie 
house of the 
minister, and 
ailer at Ne wing- 
ton (ireen ; nn- 
nuirried. 



Mary, married Ist . . . . Surfleet, 
a scrivener in the Borough, by 
whom she had a da. who married 
Daniel Cooper, an u])holsterer in 
Cornhill, and had nine children ; 
she married 2ndly, Thomas- 
dohnson of Liskeard, Cornwall. 



.... ]\Iorton, 
linen-draper. 



.... Morton, an 
attorney. 



.... a da., " who lives 
with the drajjcr." 



jfanincjtoiu 



Fdnmnd Farrington,=pSarah, da. of 



Gethin, '- an old 



aged 87 at death. 



Puritan and Treasurer of Bethlehem 
Hospital ": she was 63 at death. 



Ednnnid Farrington, 
married . . . . da. of 
Joslin Roberts. 

William Farrington. 



I . 
John Farrington, 
married Elizabeth 
Trench, " a great 

lieiress." 



I 

Elizabeth, married 
Andrew Jett'ery, 
" Tucker," of Exe- 
ter, and had three 
sons, of whom one 
survived. 



William Far- 
rintrton. 



Anne, unmarried 
and blind. 

Sarah, married 
John Morton (see 
above). 



178 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. , ... , 

Persons Named in the "Diary." 
Aldermiui Batlmrst and Sir Tiinoii (? Simon) Lewis, Drapers, at "The Artichoke," 

Cornhill. 
Matthew (Jollctt. lie was the second [)artiier John Morton had. 
Sir 'J'hoinas Abney. 
]\I'' Touiidsoii (? Townsoii), a young- Lixwyer ; married "the daughter of a sister 

of Father Chelsam, whose father was a top vintner." 
" Father " Chelsam, a chandler in the j\rinories. 
Aid" Chamberlain, a creditor of John IMorton's. 
Sir W'" Scawue, a creditor of John Morton's. . . ■' 

M'' Matthew Rapier (Raper). 

j\P" Jiichard Cock, a Linen Draper in Aldgate, brother-in-law of Mat"' Rapier. 
John Mennell (Meynell), a partner Avith John Morton. 
Miles Mai'tin, Linen Draper. 

William Voyce,1 • 

Joseph Starr, > Servants of John Morton's. aI-.io, 

Job Bates, J . . - 

Joseph Williams. 

Major Thompson, " a friend of Uncle Morton's." 
.... Bnthers (? Butters), the ^Major's cousin. 
Joseph Thompson, the Major's son, a Sugar Broker in Sith Lane. 
M'- 'Walters (or Watters). 
Edmund Watkinson, Linen Draper, Cornhill, who married a niece of Sir William 

Sea wen. 

Sir David Heckstctter, a relation of the Watkinson's. 

M's Wallis of Hackney. John j\Iorton's daughter boarded with her. 

Mai-y Wells, "a half-boarder'-' with M''^ Wallis. 

Sam' Morland of Bethnal Green. John IMtirton's son, Charles, was placed with him. 

AVilliam Barron, merchant, Throgmorton Stieet. 

JM''^ Dade, at Greenwich, sister of Charles IMitcheirs. 

Doctor Williams, a Divine. 

Sir Peter Myei', a great merchant. 

Jacob Edwin Burger of Dan(/j'ck, at one time a ))artner with John ]\Iorton. 

Sir Gilbert Heathcote, "kind in his advice." 

Richard Parrey. 

I\r'- Ellins. 

Th(»mas Coiitcs, a creditor of John IMorton. 

M'' William Baits, lent John JMorton SIOOO. 

Sir \l. Steele. 

j\I'' Newman. 

Sir Peter King, ) ,, , ,. t i nr . 

.,■ ., xr ,, "> Counsel lor Joim Morton. 
Sir C. Northev, ) 



THE MARIUAGE REGLSTEIIS OP ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 

1745. 
Feb. 10 George Nill and Mary Story. 
I'Y'b. 10 John Jackson and ]\Iary Denison. 

[The ab(ne-named Nill and Jackson were soldiers in St. Clair'sf 
. Royal Scotch, as also the next, Garrow.] 
Feb. 17 John Garrow and Sarah Reynolds. 
Mar. G James Waller and Sarah Costing. 
Mar. 1) John Vincer, of Wye, and Ann Greenstreet, of Boughton, 

* TnuiscrilKMl by the lute Kev. J. ()AVfi:-BR0\VNi3, M.A. — continued from p. 1-11. 
t Colonel James St. Ulair conuiiuiKlccl the 1st lloyala. 



MTSCKLLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HERALUTCA. 179 



174(>. 



Mar. 30 SanuuaSpnnpi-e, of Chatham, and Alicia Miller. 
Mar. . ( Ldvvur, llardino-, of Boxley, and Maroaret Cat. 
Mar. 60 Jojin Hodges and Milicent 'Murfi] 

Apii 1 I hoinas Gammon and Hannah Dawson 

April 2 .lames Grundal and Susanna Smith 

April 8 James Martin and Sarah Hmitley ■'. " • 

April 8 John Sails and Sarah Martin. 

April 8 M-' Tliomas Pope and M''^ Martha I\)st ' ■' '•-'•■• 

April 18 John Pearson, a soldier, and Susanna Slices ' ' • ■ ''J 

Apr. 20 [/^/,n>/;] Kingsnorth and Hannah Gihbins "■ ' -■' ^'i^i- 

April 21 James Watts, a soldier, and Dorothy Minns 

April 27 Alexander Prentice, a soldier, and Jane Jude. 

M w w-n'"'"' w''''" '^"'^ ^^""' ^^e^^' of East Peckham. 

May 1 Wilham Weaver and Rennet Farly 

May 10 liichard Gammon and Ann I\rorris 

May 22 John Clatworthy and Mary Phipps "rt-ufcAt-Fvir- ,,i,. 

May 2i) John Tress and Elisabeth .finks. 

June 20 J[arrington Pain and Ann Praneklvn 

June 2;:; Penjainin Waters and Elisabeth Witiii..ham 

July 4 rhomas Wildes and Ann Edwards. 

-July la Henry Fairwind and Mary Sorrey 

Aug. 18 Kichard Beech, of Boxley, and Alice Stroud. 

Aug. 22 James Collins and Ann Monday * 

Aug. 24 Abraham Collins and Ann Austin 

Sep. 17 Michael Larkin and Elisabeth Ellis 

Sep. 22 Thomas Pomfrett and Martha Sprio'o-s 

Sep. 2o Thomas Pattenden and Mary Beaker 'W^- 

Sep. ao Sa.nnel Burton and Sarah West, both' of East Sutton. ' 

Sep. JO Richard ]\racAdain and Mary Phipps 

Oct. 2 Pol)ert 'i;^;'- ot" Ulconib, and Mary Sharp, of East Sntton. 

Oc • r obM^n o ''^^'^tV'^ W'^^'r: '''''^ ^"" ^^'"'^''P' -'■ S"t^^'>^ Valence, 
'-'tt. (> John Deeper and Dorothy ]\irk. 

Del. 7 Richard Goodwin and Cecilia Alorden 

Oct. 7 James Woolletfc and Ann Bradley 

Oct" A w!ih";? n '''t""J''«"'' ^^'""i^' ^"""' '^"" ^^'■-- "1" ''^""o" Valence. 
Oc . 3 William Cronk, of Sevcnoak, and Sarah Widen. 

Oct. lb James Snow and Ann Gorham 

Ocl: n; 7^::n^I!:^^]^:T^:^: ^"^•^"^^-•^'I'^^^^^^^-^-^MaryChouning. 

S^t' y VrT''''' '^^""'^' of '^^"iistal, and Sarah Day. 

Oc. li) AVilhamSpice, of Bearsted, and Ann Loader. 

Uct. oO Josias Puller and Sarah Honey 

Nov' 1 ;I D^n?'l (^T'^-"^ ^! l^ast Farleigh, and ]^ebecca Polhill. 

Nov' 7 : Hu l'^ ^'"'''i^ '''^ F^r^''^' ^"«^^""' o^' HolHnybonrne. 

V .. ; '\"'^' ^ii'b a dragoon m (Jeneral Hawley'st lieg. and Grace T-it.Mii 

Dec. James )Veeks and Mary Turner, both of Iwade. 
cc. 10 Edward Hlondell, of Barming, and Jane Pryor 

'"' Jane DLigS:'"' ' '"'''"''" "" ^^'^^ "^ "" ^"'' ^''^ ^''''''^^'* '^"^ 
Dec. 27 Richard Farnham and Ann Mills 



Isaac Dawson and Mary Nichols. 



Dec. 2!) 

Jan. 1 Jacob Webb and Elisabeth Danes. 
• «oc May 21, IT-ir,, u.,r. f CJcnornl IIcMuy llawloy cuMnnau.le.l tl,c l.t, n.y,\ ])m,.oo„8. 



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180 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA, ' 

John Eath and Ann Rieve. 

Nclii'miali Wimble mid Miiry Swineyard. 

lleiiiT Nuwbiiry and IJdia IMevo. 

.JaincK II(!ydcn atid ITarriel. Siiimnevs. 

William Chapman and Lidia Wilkins. 

John Austin and Ann Ifewit. 

John Mole, of Loose, and Ami York, of Marden. 

John Waincr and Alice Riihei-ts, both of llollin<^bonriie. 

dames i)o\\iin<>- and Mary IJhmt. 

Samuel Scot, a marine in Col. Iferbert's* Regt., and Ann Beney. 

John Franks, of Newinj^^on, and Sarah Waters, of Hieknor. 

Isaac Hatch, of Staplehurst, and Elisabeth Tolhurst, of YaldinJ,^ 

Isaac ]\Iills and Elisabeth Jones, both of Lenham. 

1747. 
Peter Wilson, a marine, and Margaret Cane. 
George iMay and Elisabeth Smalvell. 

William IJatch, of Newnham, and Mary Norwood, of Chart-next-Sutton. 
John Adams and Re))ecca Hallard, both of Cranbrook. 
Thomas Butler and Mary Trowell, both of Marden. 
John Jorden and Susanna Harris. 
Thomas Smith and Lidia Trice. -t. ., ., 

John Jury and Hannah Duidc, 
John Trowell and Ann Kingsnorth. 
Isaac Russell, of Hollingbourne, and Elisabeth Dove. 
William Winch and Mary Wells. 
Richard AVilson, of Boxley, and Ann Hall. 
William Winch and Mary Houtun. 

Samuel Taylor, of Sheerness, and Alicia Jeidvins, of Harrietsham. 
Thomas Clagg-et and Elisabeth Packmill, both of Bersted. 
William Cowen and Sarah Sutherland. 
Daniel AVhiting and Jane Cheesman. 
Nicholas Page and Rebecca Harris. 
Stephen Cousens and Ann Danes. 

AVilliam Haines Lidwell, of Itochestei-, and Mary Wilson. 
Robert Purvey, (J" East Peckham, and Mary Smith. 
A\'illiam Pcckliam, of Boxley, and i\[ary Bu'ttonshaw. 
Edward AUman and Mary Tomlin. 

(Jeorge Chapman, of Borden, and Hannah Boyce, of Sittingbourne. 
John Tayler and Elisabeth Triplet. 

John Davis, of Bonghton IMonehelsca, and Mercy Collison. 
William Williams and Mary Web. 

John Avard and Susanna Owlet, both of Chart-next-Sutton. 
Luke (ireenlield and Elisabeth Lent. 
Thomas Read and Sarah Raisell. 
George Colegate and Clement Comber. 
Richard Bennet and Mary Hills. 

Jvichard Sears and Hannah Crisficld, both of Newington. 
James Trice and Ann Spriggs. 
Thomas Colebrook and Elisabeth Ling. 
Henry Parks and Anne Groombridge, 
Edward (Jorham and Mary Moi-timer. 
Thomiis l)(jwley and jMary Pluekwell. 
Ldward ('(jusins and Mary Nyv.. 
William Hearnden and Ann Jorden. 

* (Jolunol William Herbert coinniiuuled the Otli Marines, uow 4'Jtb b'oot. 



Jan. 


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Jan. 


<; 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


li) 


Jan, 


22 


Jan. 


30 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


11 


]\Iar 


2 


]\Iar. 


I) 


lArar. 


lo 


Mar. 


19 


J\Iar. 


11) 


Mar. 


27 


Apri 


10 


Apri 


20 


May 


13 


June 


9 


July 


7 


July 


7 


July 


10 


July 


1!) 


July 


19 


July 


27 


Aug. 


9 


Aug. 


14 


Aug. 


IG 


S.,.p. 


7 


Sej). 


11 


Sep. 


12 


Sep. 


17 


Sep. 


22 


Sep. 


27 


Oct. 


1 


Oct. 


('. 


Oct. 


(i 


Oct. 


i; 


Oct. 


11 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


k; 


Oct. 


ii; 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


24 


Oct. 


25 


Oct. 


25 


Oct. 


20 


Oct. 


28 


Nov. 


1 


Nov. 


IG 


Nov. 


21 


Nov. 


2(; 


Nov. 


30 


Dec. 


1 



MISCELLA^NKA. G KN KA 1-0(1 lOA KT II KllA T.UTCA. 181 

Walter Spratt and Elisabeth Toinpson. - ' ' 

James 11 a^vkin8 and Judith Sudgwic'li. • 

James Alhnan and Susanna Washer. i- ,• , ;, 

Tetcr lUiriiet, a marine, and Hlisaheth llaitnup. 

William (ircven and Ann Seawi-ll. 

Isaac Ho])e and Jane Judge, both of Leidiam. 

Thomas Lake, of Boughton ]\rnnchelsea, and Olive Scoone, of Chart- 

Sutton. 
Richard Riden, a marine, and ilar^' Wood. 
James Aspell and Elisabeth Evenden. 
John Bradley, a marine, and Chai'ity Gilbert. 
Samuel Lacy and Elisabeth Tomlin. 
John Pyle and Mary Bells, both of Lynton. 
William Stevens and Ann Swan. 
John Morris, of Iwade, and IMary Peckham. 
Robert Tiancaster, a marine, and Mary Gardiner. 
Roljert Hoog and Ann Munn, both of Boxley. 
(Christopher Harris and Sarah Simmonds. 
Alexandei- Smith, a soldier in Genl. Pultney's* Regt., and Margaret 

Sutherland. 

174H. 

John ]\riller and Susanna Ongley, both of Boxley. 

p]d\vard Edwards and Elisabeth Dove. 

Thomas lUick and Ann Stevens. "' , 

William I'ai'son and Elisabeth Springate." 

Richard AVerks and Ann Chambeis, both of B. Malherb. ■ . 

IJichai'd Jb'idghmd and Sai'ah Anderson, hoth of Boxley. 

John ]>eaker and Judith Munday. 

John Ilaslhurst, di'um-majo]- in (lenl. Pawlett'sf Regt. of Marines, and 

]\Iary P>redeay. 
David Day and jMary Butcher. 

Stephen IMoltus, a marine in Genl. Pawlett's Regt., and Ann Vicars, 
John Turnei-, a maiine in Genl. Pawlett's Pegt., and ]\lary Joyner. 
John Spaiks, of AVoddehureh, and Mary (-urteis, oi' Tcntcrden. 
'i'homas Caiier and Susanna (Jdldland, both of Charing. 
AVilliam Chesson and Susan AMiite. 
'J'honuis Wal kins and i'jlisabeth lloman. 
John Reeve and Mercy Thorn. 
AVilliam Tilley and Sarah Collens. 
Thomas Huglies and INIercy l^islioj). 
Ikiehnrd Tpton, of Loose, and ^lary .larrett, of Langley. 
JauK's Evt'riulen and Maiy jMunu. 

.John Mills, of Boughton JMonchelsea, and Mary Gibbons, of Boxley. 
William Coney and Elisabeth Been. 
Edward Watkins, of Marden, and Rebecca Matthews. 
Anthony Rugg and Susanna Bills. 
Thomas Pell and Elisabeth Tlills. 
Robert Morris and Elisabetli lluggins. 
Richard Farnham and ]\rary Coi'bey. 

Joseph Allchurch, a marine in Col. Laforey'sl Regt., and ]\rary Dynes. 
John Ransey aiul Elisabeth Russull. 
Francis Bowman, a marine in Genl. Pawlett'sf Regt., and Elisabeth Minns. 

* M.ijor-Geueral Henry Pulteney commanded the 13th Regiment. 

t Gener.ll Charles I'awlett commanded the Dth Marines, now 52iid Foot. ( 

X Colonel John Laforey, having the year before obtained his majority in the Ist Foot ] 

Guards, succeeded Culojicl William llerljert in the cummand of the (Jth Marines, now -lOth Foot. il 



Dec. 


8 


] )ec. 


1(5 


Dec. 


17 


Jan. 


-) 


Jan. 


4 


Jan. 


4 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


13 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


25 


Jan. 


28 


Feb. 


12 


Feb. 


16 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


26 


Feb. 


27 


Mar. 


1 


]\rar. 


•'' 


IMar. 


25 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


28 


Apri 


12 


A\m 


12 


Apri 


14 


Apri 


15 


Apri 


18 


Apri 


19 


Apri 


23 


April 


23 


l\lay 


17 


May 


li) 


May 


2;) 


May 


;io 


.hine 


1 


June 


•> 


June 


5 


June 


26 


Jidy 


;] 


Julv 


10 


July 


1!) 


Aug. 


14 


Aug. 


2(i 


Sep. 


4 


Sep. 


18 


Sep. 


22 


Sep. 


30 


Oct. 


3 


Oct. 


4 



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182 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA KT llERALDfCA. } •' 

JamcB Beacham, of Cranbrook, and Mary Croushar. 

John ]3ui-den, of East Sutton, and Anne J)ann, of Ulcouih. 

Edward Rnssell, of Boxley, and Saiah ITolniaii, of llawklmrst. 

John Covell and EHsabeth ] Inches. 

lln^di ]\[iHar, a marine in Oonl. Pawlett's Rcf^t., and ]\Iavgaret Easton. 

FriUK'is Coatnian, a marine in Ocnl. Pawlett's R('<;t., and Eiisabetli Betty. 

William Scares and Mary Mitchell. 

Richard Blonden and ]\Iary Daw. 

James Selly, a marine in Uenl. Pawlett's Rejj^t., and Elisabeth Morris. 

John Beadwell and Mary Plalford. 

Cornelin.s James and Susanna i^avis. 

Alexander ])rett and Ann Rowles. 

Thomas P>radley and Elisabeth Ifearnden, ['.•,•,.(; - 

Thonnxs Whetstone and Anne Wilson. , ;; 

John Westwood and Anne Barling'. 

]{obert Johnson and Sarah CMiallen. 

.John Foi'ster and Ann Potlei-. 

Samuel l^rickett and Sarah Stonehouse, of Plollingbonrne. 

Edward ^Vilkins and Pearcy Richardson, both of Town Sutton. 

Nathanael Sansam and Mary Huntley. 

John Dixon and Mary Maynard. 

Allen j\rason and JNfartha Bensted. :c-t,. 

James Barling and IMary Kingsnorth. ''.vt-; 1 ■>»>. 

Isaac Clark and P^dith Miller.' 

James INfackeiizie and ]\Iary Swaine. ,.h*'. 

Anthony Mills and Mary Barrington. ' •. 

Richard Tnll and Hester Gore. 

Edward (losling and Ann Pope. 

William Stubberfield and Hannah Jorden. 

Richard Mills and Mary Edes. 

Thomas Brewer and Elisabeth Cook. 

Stephen Budds and Susanna Hambleton. 

Janies Wilkins and Haumdi Clegg. 

James Petrio and Philippa Scardefield. 

Nicholas Rawlings and Erances Catletfc. - 

1749. 
Arthur Bunyard and Sarah Hall. 
Thomas Betts and Elisabeth Smith, both of Bredgar. 
Richard Rice and IMary Brook. 
Robert Barns and Sarah Schoons. 
Benjamin Day and Elisabeth \Vilson. 

Abraham Toiige, of Borden, and Elisabeth Sutton, of Barsted. 
Richard Morgan, of Debtling, and Alice Jessop. 
John Kride, of Ulcombe, and Anne Day, of B. Malherbi'. 
liohert Slegg and (yatharine How. 
John l''ry and Clara Hodges, both of Lenham. 
William Homan, of Boxley, and Elisal.)eth Hurt. 
Thomas Pollard and Mary Marlow. 
George Philpot and Ann Eastland. 
Jt)lui King, of East l''arleigli, and Mary Warchers. 
Coi-bett Seymorc, of Aylslbrd, and Erances Coney. 
Edward 'J'empleman, of Minster, Isle of Sheppey, and Mary Carman. 
Richard Wathurstand Ann Daw. 
James Fuller anil Mary Jessoj). 
Robert Carter and Ann Wrait. 
M^' Edward Waldo Dorrington and Elisabeth Sawkins. 



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27 


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27 


Dec. 


29 


Doc. 


29 


Jan. 


IG 


i'eb. 


3 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


9 


Feb. 


IG 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


28 


Feb. 


28 


M:xr. 


9 


i\rar. 


19 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


28 


April 


10 


April 


17 


April 


2") 


April 


25 


April 


2r) 


May 


7 


l\ray 


20 


June 


1!) 


July 


2 


July 


9 


Aug. 


23 


Sep. 


2i'> 


Sep. 


30 


Oct. 


1 


Oct. 


1 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


25 


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31 



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27 


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21 


April 


27 


April 


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May 


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20 


June 


2 


June 


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June 


9 


July 


29 


Aug. 


20 


Aug. 


30 


Sep. 


3 


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19 


Sep. 


27 


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2 


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M 


Oct. 


21 


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21 


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21 


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9 


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12 


iNov. 


10 


Nov. 


29 


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1 


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10 


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15 


J)ec. 


20 


Dec. 


30 


Jan. 


2 


Jan. 


4 


Jan. 


6 


Jan. 


28 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


19 



MISOKLL.VNIO.Y (iKN lOA LOCJ IG.V KT 11 lO R.VLDICA. 188 

John Barden and Elisabeth Day. ■?•,.. ;: 

John Adde [?] and Arm Outbnsh. • •-:>:■ 

Iticliard IJutler and Fli^^abetli Sti'eeting. ' ■.- ,■' . "' 

Luk(! Scardelield and .\nn (ioldsniith. •' 

-lames (lill and Ann Singer. >: . ■ 

William Danes and Elisabeth ]\I.o()ie. 

AV^illiain Header, of Bangliton Munclielsea, and Elisabeth Rains. 

William Sands and Sarah Pain. [Sntton. 

Thomas Ranger, of Northiam in Siisse.x, and Elisabeth Iloniss, of Town 

Richard Sniitli, of Yaldeii, and Susanna Day, of Egerton. 

\Villiam Doveridge aiul xMary Scoones, of Ohart Sutton. 

John (latfield and Lucy Eastland. 

Jolin rlennei', of Tluirnham, and ^fary Allen, of Bearsted. 

Richard Ooll'ns and Sarah Chambers, both of fjeidiam. ;- 

1750. 

Bavnaby Nash and ]\Tary Clegg. y. " 

John Stevens, of Starcbtield, and .\nn Bachellouv, of ('baring. '. ; : ■ 

John Buttonshaw and Elisabeth Houghton. - "I..-.' 

Daniel Daven])ort and Susanmi Hills. • '^ ■ :/f, ' ^, 

John Mantle and l^jlisabetb Norris, of Ditton. ' \ i'.;-- ,'],, 

John j\lartyr, uf (ireat Reckliam, and Sarah Ferret. ; . ;l .? .'; >V: 

John Tretton, of Leidiam, and ilargaret Scoons, of Egerton. ' 

William Lent, jr., and Ju<lith r)ULtonsha\v. 
AVilliain Kerasley and Margaret Hughes, both of Boxley. 
John Westwood and Elisabeth Down. 
John Coveny, of Bearsted, and Hannah Dowley. 
Thomas l^ishop and j\rary Kedwell. 
Thomas Hughes and Ann Dubbins. 

John Larking, of Hadlow, and Mary Fleete, of Merriwortb. 
Thomas Lanchester and Mary Wi-ight. 
John Olai'k and Ann Ferrill. 

James llodgman, of Deal, and IMai'tha Obree, S* Paul, Canterbury. 
Sannuil i<\)ster and Ann "^fanis. 

]>enjamiii Ivnowlden, of Loose, and Elisabeth Faulkner, of East Farley. 
Thomas Hyde and Elisabeth Hodges. 
John Reynolds and IMartha Cat. 
Thomas Misson and Elisabeth Hopson. 
Jacob Birningham and Ann Honey. 
Thomas Pope, jr., and Susan Athawes. 
I'idwaid Davis and Ann M'alti'r. 
-lohn W'nrt'ham and l']\e l'\>rtnne. 
,lohn Kachell and Aim Hills. 
'I'homas Bunyar, of Thornham, and ]\Iary Foster. 
Edward Gorham and Susanna Hickmot. 
\\'illiam Peckliam and Sarali CoUison, both of Ulcombe. 
Thomas Grant, of Fi'insted, and Anne Higgins, of Lenham. 
James Gibbons, of Faversham, and Ann Wood, of Stone. 
William Brown and Aim Wilkins. 
How Green and Frances Lane. 

Benjamine Tanner, of Gondhurst, and Mary Bowls, of Cranbrook. 
John Roots, of West Farley, and Ann Smith, of Ijoose. 
Thomas Allen and Elisabeth Netherway, both of Sheerness. 
Henry Newbery and Sophia Hambleton. 

Anthony Llenden, of Ulcomb, and Carolina Arnold, of Little Chart. 
Anthony Ivnowlden, of Linton, and Susanna Roffe. 
{To be continued.) 



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Ilandhoolt of the Adniinistrdtioun of (ircut Britain, 1«U1— IHOO. By FRANCIS CULLIKG Carr- 
GOMM, Middle Teniiile, B.iirister-.it-Law. Second Edition. 1901. Smith, Elder, and Co., 
If) Waterloo Place. 

This very instructive work begins with narrating' the union of the Eegislatures of Great 
]'>ritain and Ireland in January 1801, when Mr. Pitt, after having been Prime Minister for 
seventeen years, pledged himself to bring in the bill for the removal of Catholic disabilities at 
once. George III. was strongly opposed to it, and Mr. Pitt had to resign ; the King's reaKon 
gave way at the time, and thus in May 1801 Mr. Addington (afterwards Lord Sidmouth) became 
Prime Minister, and was in power little over three years. We thus particularize the beginning 
of the work, because in the present time the union of England with Ireland at the beginning of 
1801 .seems fraught with no better feeling after a full century than it began with, not with- 
standing all the afi.si.staiice England has during the whole time lavished upon Ireland. From 
the second iidministration of Mr. Pitt to his death, when Mr. Canning came into power, carries 
us over the Peninsular War and Waterloo, and so on to Sir Robert Peel's administration, 
followed by that of the Bedford influence, until in 18.")8 Earl Derby came into power, afterwards 
followed by Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Disraeli, who was matle Earl Beaconsfield in 1876. 

To readers of medium years, up to this period and all through Her late Majesty's reign, the 
various changes in jiartics ;inti ])olitics are doubly inti.'H'sting ; and to those younger, whose 
recollections niny only lake tlien\ alter the time when Lord Pahncrston and the Earl of Derby 
were in jxiwcr, the extension of the franchise, liberty of the press, and the rise of cheap 
literature coincide with the rise of England in all tliat appertains to the liberal proclivities of 
the period. When in 18-18 all Europe was so convulsed, it brought no mateiial change in 
Engbuul, M-liich had been tioubled at home with the Irish famine in 1846. When iu 1851 the 
K.xhibition brought all Europe to England, people were realizing all the blessings of peace, 
until cruelly di-sipatod by the war with Russia, to he followed by the Indian Mutiny in 1857. 

The state of parlies under every change is carefully narrated throughout the Work, and 
although materially shortened, enough is told to restore one's recollection of every principal event 
in the history of Great Britain, both in our own lifetime and previously. To add to the history 
of parties even more vividly, the Author has been relieved from narrating any change in the 
dynasty for the last seventy years, and all at the present time are only brought face to face to 
the vast alterations it makes through the death of a king or queen, as it affects the changes iu all 
the offices, etc. 

The Author has adopted throughout the plan of giving the greatest information in the 
shortest of spaec, and the consequence is, his work is readable from beginning to end. He is 
al)le e\eu U) give ns in Appendi.\ B. the Majuba Convention of 1881, and in Appendix C. the 
strength of our forces in South Africa, and the losses up to the enil of the century. The work 
is invaluable to all readers, and ought to be in the hands of every one interested in the history 
of their own country. Every page is brimful of disoussion, if the work is perused with friends, 
and makes one feel inclined to fight all our battles o'er again with harmony and pleasure. 
To Members of Parliament the work is invaluable. 



The Jovntal if the Ex Lihris Society. November and December 1900, and January and 
February 1901. London : A. and C. Black, Soho Square. 

The Double Number for November and December has four different plates designed by 
H. R. Badeley, delicately drawn, and giving good examples of mantling, two of them having 
a gioup of volumes forming a base for the shield. Two others by Mr. C. E. Eldred shew great 
originality, and four by ]\Iiss C. Helard shew equal variety. This Double Number also has 
fifteen other plates illustrating a Paper on landscape bookplates by J, F. Verster and the 
Editor, who has tp be congratulated on his Jjne Double Part, 



]88 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

The Jaininry Part has a frontispiece of hnokplati' of ('. Lorciiz Moyor df Hjinibiir<r, being his 
own portrait; a good photograph woiilrl have Ijccn belter without beinj; called a bookplate. 
There is the genial address given by Sir JanicK I'-allour Paul, Lj'( n. and as plates there are four 
landscape examples given, and seven plates for identifiention, bringing the nnnil.er up 1o 451. 

The February Part has the Title and Index for Vol. X., besides four plates for identification, 
now up to 455. There are also three plates of John Wilkes, the demagogue of Hogarth's time 
and Member of Parliament in 1768, and a eou])le of chaimirg landj^cape l( okplatcs of John Oir 
of Edinburgh, 1891, and of Walter Conway Prescott. , 



The Yirgitrin Mivjaxitu- of Jfititory and Biogrnphy. No. 3, Vol. VIII. January IT'OI. Virginia 

Historical Society, llichmond, U.S.A. 
This Magazine still keeps printing original letters from persons prior to the Revolution, whether 
loyalists or not, and whose estates were confiscated for regard to the old country. That feeling 
is fairly exhausted after the experience of a century, and the world h;ippily enters on a better 
knowledge of its neighbour, so that we find tlie great British race in a new century consolidated 
into one vast community, each anxious for itself to spread tlie good feeling of fellowship around. 

In a letter to (iovernor Hutchinson in August 177'. from Harrison (iray. lleceiver-Cieneral of 
Ma8,sachu.setts, the sj)irit seems strongly loyal, aiul he remarks that "our army" obtained a 
complete victory over the " rebels'' at Bunker's Hill ; and he adds, •' Had the Navy given that 
assistance to the Army that Admiral Montague would have afTorded, not a rebel would have 
escaped." Again, the same writer speaks of " the complete victory over the rebels at Charleston." 
His son afterwards started for London to procure necessaries, and he hesitates to give an account 
of the city, " for the continual noise and confusion is such that were I pf.ssessed of millions I 
would reject them for a small pittance in retirement." As for the country, he said that he 
landed at Graves End, and he would not attempt to describe it, " as the Garden of Eden could not 
excel it." 

There is an interesting account of Miss Ball, the daughter of Captain Joseph Ball, and who 
was the mother of George Washington. She lived with her widowed mother and two sisters in 
a Northumberland home, the property of her mother's third husband, Captain Jlichard Hewe, a 
vestryman of St. Stephen's parish and prominent business man, who soon died, leaving his step- 
daughters with tlieir mother, who gave her daughter Maiy one •' young likely negro woman," 
several rings, a young marc and a good jiacing liorse, with a plush side-saddle, and most of her 
linen and ap])arcl. The daughter was eighteen at her mother's death, and her half-brother by 
her mother's first marriage died about the same time, leaving Mary Mall his land in Stafford, and 
her father left her " 400 acres of land in ye freslies of Rapport river," thus making her rich with 
an endowment of Virginia real estate before her marriage with George Washington, which came 
about through her guardian Major Eskridge. 

There are several interesting papers in this Part, which ends Vol. VIII., and ii good Index, 
Title, eti!., oomplote it. 



Friihiiid iVotr-i iiiiil Qiirrira. Parts 47, 48, for October 1900 and January 1901. Peterborough : 

George C. Caster, Market Place. 
This Magazine still has interesting accounts of local buildings and amusements, as well as of 
phraseology from time to time. A short Paper on Wisbech Castle begins the October Part, which 
also gives another on Wilsthorpe Church and one on Crowland Rectory. 

'I'o begin Vol. V. the l']ditor gives a good account of Church Hall, Maxey, with an illustration 
of the old parsonage. The article also gives an illustration of the old vicarage house of St. John's, 
Peterborough, which is now a snuill inn I •' Maxey Registers" were printed by Messrs. Mitchell 
and Hughes, and the Editor of " Fenland Notes" kindly edited tiiem, but the sale did not meet 
half the cost of them. Copies can still be had. The January Part has also a further account of 
Wilsthorpe Church, besides other matter. Tlie Editor issues an ample Index for Vol. IV. 



*^* Jioohs for JI<Tifiv find Koticfin of Forthpoming Worhn xhi'vld he nddriMfd to the 
PvUhhhtg OjKcr, NO Wnrdour Street, London, ^]\ 



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MISCELLANEA GBNEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

dTunfral Crrtiftrnte.* 



189 



SIR ROBRUT DICRR, BARONET, 1GG7. 




i*"jla'. 



Tho Rij^lit worsliipfnll S'' Robort Dicer, Haroiiott, Departed this mortall life at his 
Iionso in Hackoney in the County of Midd. on Munday being the 2G day of August 
1GG7, aged 72 years, his body being first privately brought to Leathersellers Hall 
in Little S' Hellens, Loudon, was on Tuesda}^ the 10^^ day of September following 
carried from thence in a Hearse to Braughin neare Puekoridge in the County of 
Hartford, and tiiere interred in the Chanccll of the said Parrish Church : his said 
funerall was decently solemnized according to his degree with Standard Pennons, 
oU'.., three Oilicers of Arnu's carrying his llatclunents accompanied by divers 
Knights & I'ersons of (Quality in couches from tho said Leathersellers Hall as farre 
as Newington. The said defunct married Dorothy daughter of William Styles of 
Emingston in the County of Sutl'olke, Gent., by whom hee had issue Robert Dycer 
his eldest sonne, who hath alsoe married Judith daughter of Richard Gulson of 
Wigeall in the County of Hartford, Esquire, by whom he hath issue Robert his 
only Sonne. The said defunct had to his second sonne William Dicer, unmarried, 
Elizabeth eldest daughter co the defunct married Isack Meynell of London, Gold- 
smith, and Dorothy second daughter to the defunct married Thomas Wood 
of Littleton in the County of Middlesex, Gent. This Certificate was taken by 
Henry Dethick, Rouge Croyx, and attested by the said Robert Dycer the 23 day of 
September 1GG7. 



^ohert^acer- 



* Communicated by 11. FabnhAM BuRKK, Esq., F.S. A.., Somerset Herald. 
VOL. IV., SERIEH III, B 



190 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



^Betiigvet of Jxtou.* 

Arms. — Azwe, in base a swan nainnt propei; in chief it vo bars 

. . . . Le Bran de Rieux, of Vevnoux in Vivaretz.^ 
I 



Matthew Lebrun^ alias Riou, naturalized as Matthew Riou, 9 Sep. 1698 
(10 Will. III.); d. unm. 1727. Will (signed Matthew Riou alias Labrune) 
dated IG Sep. 172G and proved 7 Apr. 1727 by Stephen Riou and John Cros, 
the nephews. (P.C.O., 97, Farrant.) 



Jean Le Brun=pJeane Roux 

de Rieux, d. 

1676. 




Jean Gros, or A dau.=Mathieu 
Cros, alias Janot, or 

La Nove. Jacob. 



Catherine 

in 

Mazeirac. 



]\Tagdalen=j=Joseph Pouchon, 
of Vernoux in 
Vivaretz. 



Jean Francois Mazeirac, 
of Geneva. 



James Peyrot, of 
London ; named 
in S. R.'s will as 
his half-brother. 



John Cros alias 
La Nove, of 
Southampton. 



^ 



Joseph Pouchon, of London ; naturalized in 
1737. (No. 5, 10 George IL) 



Stephen Riou, b. (posthumous) at Vernoux, 3 Dec.: 
107(! ; served at 17 in Piedmont, as a Cadet in Lord 
Galway's Regt. ; naturalized May 1702 ; a Loudon 
Merchant, for twenty years in partnership with Henry 
Guinand ; d. 4 Oct. 1740. Will dated 1 June 1739 ; 
proved 15 Oct. 1740. (P.C.C, 279, Browne.) 



Stephen Riou,-' Capt.= 
1st Regt. Gremidier 
Guards, b. 23 Sep. 
1720 ; d. in Ben- 
tinck Street 1780. 
Adm'on granted 27 
May 1780 to the 
widow. 



n)orothy, dau. of Major 
George Dawsini, of 
North Ferriby Grange, 
CO. York, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. of John 
Heaton, of Firby ; m. 
circa 1757 ; d. 1801. 



=Magdalen, dau. of Christo- 
pher Baudouin,s of Tours ; 
m. 171 G ; d. in Welbeck 
Street 31 March 1771, 
aged 81, and bur. at En- 
field. 



Magdalen,: 
b. 11 Oct. 
1721 ;d. at 
Footscray, 
Kent, 
11 July 
1789. 



rHermann Berens,^ of 

Kevington, St. JIary 
Cray, co. Kent. Will 
dated 20 July 1790; 
proved 13 Jan. 1795. 
(P.C.C, 5, New- 
castle.) 



(See " Landed Gentry.") 



Philip Riou, b. 1759; 
d.atAVoolwich24 0ct. 
1817 ; Colonel Royal 
Artillery. 



Edward Riou, Capt. R.N., b. 20 Nov. 1762 ; entered 
Navy at age of 12 ; killed in the attack on Copenhagen 
2 April 1801. "The gallant, good Riou" of Camp- 
bell's ballad. Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral. 



* Communicated by Henry Wagner, Esq., F.S.A. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 191 

^1 

Dorothy, m. (from=pColout'l Lyde Brown, b. ; Lient.-Col. Magdalen, 



Bentinck Street) 
5 Feb. 1799 ; d. 
15 Sep, 1855. 



21st Fusiliers ; killed, after twenty-three who, with 

years' aetive service, in Dublin, in Enimett's others, died 

rebellion, whilst hastening to succour Lord young. 
Kilwarden, 23 July 1803. 



I 
Charlotte Riou (only child), =i=Moses George Benson,^ b. 20 Jan. 1798 ; d. 11 April 
m. 11 April 182G ; d. 8 | 1871 ; J.P., D.L., of Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop. 
June 1875. zfs 

(See " Landed Gentry.") 



NOTES. 

' Matthew Riou fled from France in 1687, taking Stephen, then aged 11, with him, and 
estftblislicd himself a3 a merchant at Berne, reniaining there till 1698, when he removed to 
Loiuiun, bringing a capital of £8000. 

■■^ Jean Fran9ois Mnzeirac m. and had issue, as we find from the Geneva Registers (where 
the name appears variuusly as Masera, Maseirac, Mazcra, Mazeirat), all baptized at St. Gervais : 
(1) Sara, b. 1738 ; (2) Antoine, b. 1739 ; (3) Magdelaine, b. 17-11 ; and (4) Jean Louis, b. 1745. 

^ The arms of Baudouin, as found on the monument at Enfield, impaled with those of Riou, 
were Sable, a bend between eight billets argent. 

■* During the interval of a general peace Stephen Riou devoted five years to travelling 
through most of the countries of Europe, and in 1768 he published "The Grecian Orders of Archi- 
tecture, delineated and explained from the Antiquities of Athens," in virtue of which in the 
Obituary of the •' Gent. Mag.'' he is described as an architect. 

^ Hermann Berens, born at Amsterdam, son of Hermann and Regina Berens, was naturalized 
by Act of Parliament in 1732 (No. 68, 5 George 11.). 

^ Portraits are extant at Lutwyche Hall of Christopher Baudouin, of his wife and three 
daughters, of Stephen pere and Stephen Jih-, of Magdalen afterwards Mrs. Berens, of Captain 
Edward Riou, and of Mrs. Dorothy Brown. 



I^otyart; 



Extracts from the Parish Register op Cobham, Surrey.! 

Henry Howard, buried. 

IMary dun. of Thomas Howard, bapt. 

'J'lionias Howard, buried. 

.... Howard, widow, buried. 

William Millet tt Letticc Howard were married. 

Kieliurd Howard & Anne Sanders were married. 

Ann dau. of Richard Howard, bapt. 

Mary dau. of Richard Howard, bapt. 

Richard son of Richard Howard, bapt. 

John son of Richard Howard, bapt. 

William son of Richard Howard, bapt. 

John son of Richard Howard, husbandman, bapt. 

Thomas Sawyer, carpenter, &, Elizabeth Howard were married. 

William Howard & Frances Wildboar, married. 

Elizabeth dau. of William Ho\Yard, laborer, bapt. 

* Communicated by William Bbadbrook, M.R.C.S. 

j- The Register is in poor condition, is evidently a paper copy, and many years are missing. 

8 3 



1622 


Jan. 11 


1625 


Sep. 11 


1629 


Jan. 23 


1631 


Feb. 28 


1661 


Jan. 29 


1667 


Sep. 25 


1669 


Mar. 13 


1672 


July 9 


1675 


Mar. 28 


1677 


Feb. 22 


1679 


July 27 


1684 


Feb. 22 


1702 


April 7 


1705 


July 17 


1706 


April 2-4 



192 MISCELLANEA QENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



vcL. b Jiiinea unm-les intant son of John Howard. 

Mar. Uarj dau. of John & Abigail Howard, bapt. 

Oct. 5 Riciiard son of John & Abigail Howard, bapt. 

Feb. 25 Thomas son of John & Abigail Howard, bapt 



1707 Mar. 21 Ann dau. of William Howard, laborer, bapt 

1710 July IG Mary dau. of William Howard, laborer, bapt 

1712 Jan. II William son of WilHam Howard, bapt 

1715 Feb. 12 Kichard son of William Howard, bapt 

171G Sep. !) Sarah dau. of John Howard, ba])t. "^ 

1718 Nov. K; Anne dau. of John Howard, bapt. 

1719 Sep. IG Buried a child of John Howard. 
1722 May 27 John son of John Howard, bapt. '''^•■.• 

1722 Aug. 25 Buried John Howard. 

1723 Mar. 8 John son of William Howard, bapt. 

1724 June 17 Buried Richard Howard. 

1725 July 4 John son of John Howard, bapt. 

1726 Sep. 7 Eliz. dau. of John Howard, bapt. 

1727 Aug. 22 Elizabeth Howard, buried. 
1721) April 7 John Smithers & Ann Howard, married. 
172U Oct. 14 Charles son of John & Charity Howard, bapt. 

1730 Sep. 17 Richard son of John J loward, buried. 

1731 June 27 Ann dau. of John & Charity Howard, bapt 

1731 Nov. 7 Ann dau. of John & Charity Howard, buried. 

1732 July 24 . Charles son of John & Charity Howard, bapt 
1732 July 29 Buried Ann Howard, widow. 
1732 Aug. — Buried Chanty wife of John Howard. 

1732 Oct. 6 Buried Charles infant son of John Howard 

1733 Mar. G Mar ' 
1735 
1737 

1739 Aug. 24 William son of William Howard, bapt. 

1740 April 21 Michael son of John & Abigail Howard, bapt. 

!!f? T '7 J S.^t'''''^ '^ ^^""' '°^ ^ ^'^^^- of John & A. Howard, buried. 

1741 July 25 Wdliam son of John & A. Howard, bapt 

1742 Aug. 18 Richard son of Richard Howard, bapt. 
1745 JTuly 28 James son of John & A. Howard, bapt. 
1745 Sep. 10 Sarah dau. of William & Ann Howard, bapt 

1749 July 5 Ann dau. of John Howard, ba])t. 

1750 May 5 John son of William & Ann Howard, bapt. 

1751 Dec. 22 William son of Richard & Leah (Harwood?), bapt 

1752 July 19 Mary dau. of AYilliam & xVnn Howard, bapt. 
1754 Jan. 18 Mary dau. of William & Ann Howard, buried. 
175| Mar. 23 Thomas son of William & Ann Howard, bapt.* 
175G July 22 Richard Howard from Kingston, buried. 

1758 Oct. 20 Frances wife of William Howard, senior, buried. 

1759 Jan. 18 Richard Howard of Woking, bachelor, & Elizabeth Woods of 

Cobham, married. 

1762 — — Elizabeth dau. of John & Mary Howard, bapt. 

17G4 Jan. 25 John son of John & Mary Howard, bapt. 

1764 Feb. 29 Buried William Howard. . 

17G4 May 3 Thomas Howard & Catherine Terry, married 

17G4 Sep. 2 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas & Catharine Howard, bapt. 

1766 i^eb. IG Thomas son of Thomas & Catharine Howard, bapt 

1766 April 30 James son of John & Slary Howard, bapt. 

1768 Jan. 13 Ann dau. of Thomas ct Catharine Howard, bapt. 

•1770 Feb. 9 ]\[ary dau. of Thomas cfe Catharine Howard, bapt. 

oSioU^T^^^^"'^''^'^ ""^ ^''A''^^ ^^''''''^' ^^'""''^^ ^•■'='^"' ™«de his will 15 June 1832, with two 
Tm -n ;,1 respectively 6 Oct 1832 an.l 10 .Jan. 1833. He mentions his sons Will am. John! 
7l\l T^ rr.nry Smart, Ann, Mary, and Elizabeth wife of 

w1;ii:„;'ro:vr6.I^;j.l:::7;;li:i!;^t^^^^^^ ''■'' VU. executors, testates two sons, 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HEKALDICA. 193 

Williara son of John & Mary Howard, bapt. 
John son of Thomas & Catherine Howard, bapt. 
Elizabeth wife of William Howard, buried. 
Catherine dan. of Tiio^ i^' Catherine Howard, bapt. 
William Howard from Kingston, buried. ^■, 

Abigail Howard, widow, Iniried. '" . 

AVilliam son of John & Mary Hoad (?), bapt. 
.... Howard, buried. 
Sep. 28(?) Ann wife of AVilliara Howard, buried.* '' 

James Howard & Mary Trigg, married. 
Maria dau. of James & Maiy Howard, l)apt, 
Ann dau. of Richard & Mary Howard, bapt. 
Anne dau. of James & Mary Howard, bapt. 
Mary dau. of Richard & Mary Howard, bapt. 
William Howard, buried. [See notes *, t.] 
John sou of Richard & Mary Howard, bapt. 
Robberd lloowd (?) from Hachford, buried. 
]\Iary dau. of James & Mary Howard, bapt. 
William Howard & Mary Jones, married. 
William Searl (?) & Elizabeth Howard, married. 
Haniuih dau. of James & IVfary Howard, bapt. 
M""" Alary Howard, buried. 
John Howard, buried. 
Richard Howard from Workhouse, buried. 
Elizabeth dau. of James & ]\Iary Howard, bapt. 
Ann Howard, bijried. 
Mary Howard, buried. 

Elizabeth dau. of James & IVTary Howard, bapt. 
.rolui Howard of Shalford & Mary Keene, married. 
Elizabeth Haward (?), buried. 
James son of James & Harah Howard, bapt. 
Richard Howard, buried. 

Extracts from Bethnal Green Parish Register. 

Baptisms. 

John son of Thomas Howard, weaver, & Katherine ; 23 days old. 
Anu dau. of Henry Howard, apothecary, & Sarah ; 21 days old. 
Elizabeth dau. of Tho« Howard, weaver, & Catherine ; 8 days old. 
Henry son of Henry Howard, chymist, & Sarah ; 10 days old. 
Elizabeth dau. of Tho' & Catherine Howard, weaver ; 18 days old. 
Ann dau. of William Howard, weaver, & Anu ; 19 days old. 
Ann dau. of Tho^ Howard, milkman, & Sarah ; 28 days old. 
Sarah dau. of Tho« Howard & Susannah ; born 22 Nov. 
Thomas son of Tho^ Howard & Susannah ; born 23 Aug. 
Ann dau. of Tho^ Howard & Susannah ; born 8 Sep. 
James sou of James & Lydia Howard ; born 10 Feb. 

* Inscription on a tombstone in Cobham churchyard : " M" Ann Howard, wife of M'' 
WiLLiAJi HowAKD of this parish, who departed this life Sept. 2'', 1778, aged 62 years. Here 
also lieth the body of JM"- WiLLlAM Howard, husband of the above, who died March G"", 1782, 
aged 71 years." 

t The will of William Howard of Cobhatn, gentleman, was proved on 28 March 1782, in the 
Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, by the executors. Jolni iiinl Thomas Howard, sous of tiie testator. 
'I'o his sou liiciiard llowaiil he left tlie freehold at Kingston-on-Thamea, then occupied by 
liartholouiew Tngg. To liis sou-in-law Thomas Caulder, victualler, he left hia furniture. To 
his daughter Sarah Howard of Twickenham, silver })]ate, etc. His sous John Howard and 
Thomas J toward, both of Hare Street, liethnal tiroen, were residuary legatees. 



1770 


April 29 


1772 


May 31 


1774 


Aug. 19 


177-t 


Nov. 20 


1775 


Oct. 20 


1776 


July 11 


1777 


Nov. 23 


1778 


June 4 


1778 


Sep. 28 ( 


1779 


Feb. 10 


1779 


Nov. 12 


1780 


Dec. 28 


1781 


Sep. 23 


1782 


Jan. 20 


1782 


Mar. 10 


1783 


Sep. 2 


1783 


Oct. 20 


1784 


Jan. 25 


1785 


Nov. 20 


1785 


Dec. 2G 


178G 


June 11 


178G 


June 23 


1787 


April 20 


1788 


Feb. 6 


1788 


May 15 


1789 


July 23 


1789 


Oct. 7 


1791 


Jan. 30 


1792 


Oct. 18 


1705 


June 15 


1795 


July 19 


1804 


Oct. 20 



1753 


Jan. 21 


1754 


April 7 


1755 


Feb. 23 


1755 


May 1 


1757 


I'V'b. 9 


1758 


Feb. 24 


1758 


April 23 


1773 


Dec. 12 


1775 


Aug. 23 


1777 


Sep. 28 


1778 


Feb. 25 



i 



194 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEUALDICA. 

m^ Z^^- ^ '^"" ^*^" of Thomas & Susannah Howard ; born 80 Jan. 

1 vin ^% ^ ?'','• '^''"- ''!' 7?'"''^ '^ ^^^'y I^o^^t-^, ^veaver ; born 19 April. 

J /«U April 26 Jolni son oi John & Sanili Howard, weaver ; born 27 Mar 

17h0 Sep. 13 FAh. dau. of The" & Susan Howard ; born 3 Au'^ 

1781. Mar. 7 Jn" son of James & Lydia Howard 

]l^\ '^^%l^ M'^i-ydau. of Francis & Mary Howard; born 11 April. 

1782 April 28 Frances dau. of John & Frances Howard ; born 11 April 
ilo , e "^ ^- Thomas son of Tho^ & Susannah Howard ; born 19 May 
,r,oi ^r^^' ^ ^"^ ^'^"- "^ Joseph it Ann Howard, weaver ; born 7 Au? 

1783 Mar. 30 Francis son of Francis & Mary Howard ; born 15 Mar 
1/83 July 6 Ann dau. of John & Sarah Howard ; born 2 Nov 1782 

1 7«l T 1 ■ Tn n 'T' '*'" f "^^'"^^"^ Howard, sailor, & Ann ; 6^" on 17 Dec. last. 

]ll, Q ^ . t''u''T.^ ^^"' °^ ^^°' ^ Susannah Howard ; born 24 June. 

ilci Jr^* r ^'^ Ihomas son of John & Sarah Howard ; born 12 Au'^ 

]no. T y ^ ^^^^P^^ ^°'^ ""^ '^o^^P'^ '^ ^"'^ Howard ; born 3 April 

iloo d^ ^ ^^ '^'''^ ^^"- ^*" Francis & Mary Howard ; born 1 July ' 

]loc^ o ^^ S^''^'' ^^^- °^ ^'homas & Sarah Howard ; born 25 Feb. 

.Itn ..'^P" ^^ ^^^'^^^ ^^"- °^" '^^'^^ ^ Frances Howard ; born 8 Auff 

1787 Oct. 14 Anndau. of Tho«& Sarah Howard; born 24 Sep. 

tZoo o^' ^'^ ^^^'"^ ^''^"- °^ "^^'^^ '^ Frances Howard ; born 17 July 

:iol o P" ^ "^^^^P^^ ^°" °^ ^^^o' "-^ '"'"s^"! Howard ; born 6 Auo- 

1/89 Sep. 11 John & Mary, son & dau. of John & Mary ''Howard ; born 

1 Aug. 

1789 Sep. 13 Thomas son of Thomas & Sarah Howard ; born 22 Auff 

17J0 Aug. 1 Abraham son of Abraham & Ann Howard, hairdresser; born 

2 July. 

]lll "1"°' I? Elizabeth dau. of Thomas & Sarah Howard ; born 13 May. 
1792 Aug. 19 Ann dau. of Joseph & Ann Howard 

]lll ^^r ^^ ^"^^^ ^^"- °^ -^^'^^^ "^ ''^'^^■ah Howard ; born 10 Aug 

Hal M ^ ^f ir^u' '''" ""^ '^''°'''''' * ^""''^^^ Howard ; born 16 June. 

^ld M°''' J. rj'^^'^"^ '^^^ °f Ttio^ & Sarah Howard, P. ; born 21 Nov. 1785. 

1 vn? ^f^ ihomas son of John & Sarah Howard ; born 11 May 

7o« It i T I"'"''" '°'' ""^ '^^*'"™'^^ '^ ^''''^^ Howard ; born 14 Jan. 
1798 May 27 John sou of Thomas & Sarah Howard ; born 1 May. 
18U0 Mar. 9 Ihomas son of Thomas & Sarah Howard ; born 18 Jan. 

Marriages. 

1753 May 29 Edvvard How of St Katherine Cree, bac, & Ann Howard of 
S' liConard, Shoreditch. 

1756 Jan. 27 Charles Vigers, bac, & Ann Howard, spinster. 
till T^^"* ?i w-n""^' Howard, bac, & Sarah Fames, spinst. 

1757 Feo. 19 William Howard, bac, & Elizabeth Ushcone. 

llfi T '• \^^ Wilham Howard, wids of Spitalfields, & Ann Peacock, spinst'. 

ll^l J^f;? Jeremiah Rayment, wid>-, & Sarah Howard, spinstr. 

]lfn ? •, >^ IT'^''^"" ^^'^'^' ^^^^ ^ Catherine Howard, spinst'. 

]lfn o P' ^ Henry Lefever, bac, & Mary Howard, 6pinst^ 

1760 hep. 1 John Howard, wid-", & Mary Gouldin<' wid 

^IjI ^ \ ''V^^'^'Z H^?'^' ^='''-' ^ J^'i^'^beth Goldfinch, spinst^ 
i;^ ;V^"<^ 1 Jolm Ward, bac, & Eliz. Howard, spinstr. By lie 

Vnna Ir ^' '' ^ t^''" Howai'd, bac, & Faniiy Atherly, spin8t^ 
™ 1, ^ ^^ -^^^^'P^^ Howard, bac, & Ann Daviss, spinst^ 

1779 Dec 18 Thomas Caulder, bac, & Ann Howard, 6pinst^ Witness, John 
Howard. ' 

J^c! JJ^'^'o! ?^^"^"enioward, bac, & Mary Joraet, 8pinst^ 

1784 Mar. 24 James Nicholls, bac, & Ann Howard 

1784 June 27 Francis Howard, wid^ & Ann Williams, wid. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



195 



1788, Nov, 27 



William Messenger & Sarah Howard. Witnessed by John 
Howard, Thomas Howard, W"' Raymond. 



1790 


Sep. 18 


Thomas Jackson, bac, of Totte 


nham, & Eliz. Howard, spinsf. 


17!)l 


. I line 30 


William Howard, wid'', 


it Eliz. 


Dupree. 




1<S()() 


July M 


Tho" Oha» Miller c»i Sar 


di Howard. 




IKOI 


Mar. 11 


Josiah Harrison it Mar 


y Howard. 




JHu;j 


,Innc 4 


James (IrilliLhs & Ann 


loward 






1804 


Feb. 20 


William Howard & Matilda VV: 


11. 




1806 


Jan. 21 


John Graham & Eliz. Howard. 




,1 'm^x^. 


1807 


Feb. 10 


William Ixaine, wid'', & Mary Howard. 




1810 


Aug. 23 


AVilliam Howard & Mary Clark 
Burials, 






1747 


Sep. 4 


Sarah Howard. 


1768 


Aug. 1 


William Howard. 


1747 


Sej. 13 


Mary Howard. 


1708 


Aug. 17 


Catherine Howard. 


174| 


Feb. 19 


William Howard. 


1709 


Jan. 10 


Mary Howard. 


1748 


]\rar. 11 


Henrietta Howard. 


1769 


Mar. 29 


Jane Howard. 


1749 


May 7 


John Howard. 


1769 


Dec. 14 


Sarah Howard. 


1749 


Aug. 10 


Jacob Howard. 


1770 


April 6 


Samuel Howard. 


1749 


Nov. 3 


Mary Howard. 


1770 


Nov. 14 


Geo. Howard. 


1752 


Mar. 17 


Sarah Howard. 


1772 


April 16 


Ann Howard. 


1754 


Mar. 27 


Jane Howard. 


1777 


Feb. 12 


Joseph Howard. 


1754 


Aug. 26 


William Howard. 


1778 


April 15 


John Howarde. 


1755 


I^Iay 6 


Henry Howard. 


1780 


Feb. 25 


William Howard. 


175(i 


Jan. 4 


Eliz. Howard. 


1780 


June 28 


Tho« Howard. 


1757 


April 23 


John Howard. . 


1780 


Oct. 26 


Eliz. Howard. 


1757 


Sep. 11 


IMary Howard. 


1780 


Oct. 28 


Martha Howard. 


1758 


:May 10 


Jane Howard. 


1780 


Dec. 6 


John Howard. 


1759 


Aug. 22 


Ann Howard. 


1782 


Jan. 20 


William (Howard ?). 


17(50 


Jan. 20 


Eliz. Howard. 


1782 


Mar. 3 


Mary Howard. 


17 CO 


Oct. 27 


Ann Howard. 


1784 


Aug. 19 


Tho« Howard. 


1701 


May 


Eliz. Howard. 


1785 


May 31 


Benjamin Howard. 


17(il 


Aug. 13 


Hannah Howard. 


1785 


Oct. 13 


Sarah Howard, Wkh. 


1701 


Nov. 22 


Susanna Howard. 


1785 


Oct. 13 


Tho« Howard, Wkh. 


1702 


Dec. 21 


Sarah Howard. 


1788 


Jan. 10 


Jn" Howard. 


1703 


May 21 


Eliz. Howard. 


1789 


Oct. 22 


Ju" Howard. 


1703 


June 20 


William Howard. 


1789 


Nov. 8 


Ann Howard. 


170a 


Oct. 2 


Sarah Howard. 


1792 


June 13 


Sarah Howard. 


1704 


Feb. 22 


Jane Howard. 


1793 


Oct. 1 


Sarah Howard. 


1704 


Sr]). 10 


Sarah Howard. 


1794 


Eeb. 4 


Jn° Howard ; ob. 25 


1701 


Oct. 12 


HiMiry [Toward. 






Jan. U.I. 


1701 


Oct. 20 


(ico. Howard, 


1794 


Mar. 16 


Eliz. Howard. 


1705 


Jan. 20 


James Howard. 


1795 


Mar. 29 


Ann Howard. 


1705 


I^Iar. 27 


Jane Howard. 


1795 


]\ray 24 


Ruth Howard. 


1765 


]\ray 19 


]\Iary Howard. 


1796 


Feb. 28 


Tho^ Howard ; ob. 21 


1765 


July 21 


Mary Howard. 






Feb., oet.6^y^«. M.I. 


1706 


AprilU 


Susannah Howard. 


1796 


Nov. 21 


Jn° Howard. 


1768 


Jan. 10 


William Howard. 


1798 


June 28 


Eliz. Howard. 


1768 


Jan. 17 


Francis Howard. 


1798 


Oct. 19 


Tho» Howard ; ob. 6 


1768 


May 13 


Mary Howard. 






Oct.,fet.lfy". M.I. 



196 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



I ^1 

William Robinett. WilI=rAlice .... Will proved Yssabell Robinefct. 
proved 6 December 1507. 5 July 1532. 



Thomas Robinett. John Robinett.f Will proved=rElizabeth 
26 September 1556. 



John Robinett.ll James Robinett. Alice Robinett. 



Robinett=rMargaret . . . .=i=Richard Coleman. 



Thomas Robinett, late of 
Lyuton. Will proved 
8 May 1662. 



I I I 
in Rol 



I I 
Susan Robinett. 



John Robinett. 

James Robinett. Martha Robinett. 

.Francis Robinett. § 



Richard 
Coleman. 



I I 

John Robinett. Will proved=f=Margaret Robert Robinett. Will proved=p 
12 September 1615. I 13 October 1621. 



John Robinett. Will=Marie Thomas Robinett. Will=pElizabeth Thomezin 
proved 8 December .... proved 9 Feb. 1627-8. j . . . . Robinett. 

1632. 

Elizabeth Robinett. 



John Robinett=f=. . . . Anne AmeyJ of Sawston, widow. 

I 
Robert Robinett. 



* Communicated by Rev. W. D. Sweeting, M.A. 

t I do not fool Blue lliiit this John is the son of William, because («) in hia will he speaks of 
a brother also named John (and Alice, William's wife, ilid not marry again, so he could not have 
a half-brother) ; and (/y) William's will speaks of sous Thomas and John, without any hint of 
there being tvo Johns. 

J An Amey who came from Stapleford in Cambridgeshire, and married a Martin, is 
mentioned on a ledyer-stone in North Chapel. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 197 

EXTRACTS OF WILLS. 



Proved in thk Conkistory Court of Ely (at Pkterborougii). 

William Roijynktt of Ihixforde Bayiit Pet'. Dated 10 Oct. 1507. To be 
buried in churchyard of S. Peter. " To the hye Auf for iny titlies nepjlygently 
forgeten xx"^ ; to y'' torche lyghe xx"* ; to ye sepulcre lighe xx'^ ; " to the bells 20'' ; 
to gyld of S. Peter 20''. Similar bequests to parish of S. John's. To each of his 
godchildren, "of my kyiirr<1," 2 bushels of liarley ; to each of his other godchildren 
1 bushel of barley. To his son Thomas " xx schcpe, his mother hauyiig the rule of 
the' tyll hes age of xxij yer^" " To Yssabell my sister my best gowne safe on [best 
gown save one] & a liefe of bene" [?]. To reparation of liigh ways 8^^ 4''. To 
Alice Stevynson 2 sheep and a quarter of malt. "To Iklyngton Abbey to syng a 
dirige & a messe ij^ " [nunnery about three miles south of Duxford]. To the four 
orders " of frecrs in Cambrig for a trentall x^" To Thomas his son, aged 14 at date 
of will, when he cometh to full age of 20, if he and his mother agree to dwell 
continually together [what he leaves under those circumstances is not stated], but 
if not Thomas to have of his mother 2 horses and harness for cai't harness and plow 
harness and a cow and a mattrass, sheets, blankets, etc. To Alice his wife and to 
son Thomas all his right in tenement and lands called Mangers. Residue to wife Alice, 
who is ex'or. Certain lands to churchwardens of S. John's to " kepe yerly the obit of 
my fad' & mod'," some of the profits to go to the sepulchre light, and ringers, and the 
use of the church. Certain other lands to churchwardens of S. Peter's to keep his 
obit and his wife's, some of the profits to go as in former bequest. Alice his wife to 
have the " masyon that I dwell in w^ the lands belonging to y'= same," amounting to 
14 acres and a rood arable and a rood meadow for life. At her death mansion and 
lands [except 20 acres] to Thomas and his heirs if he be alive and have a son. If 
Thomas die before his mother, having no child, then mansion and lauds [except 20 
acres] to son John Robynett and his heirs. The 20 acres to be evenly divided by 
the award of John Paris, Esq., and Wm. Swan, testator's brother-in-law, between 
his two sons John and Thomas. If all three die without heirs, then to be divided 
equally into 3 parts : (1) to reparation of S. Peter's ; (2) to an honest priest to sing 
and pray for our souls ; (3) to reparation of highways. 

Witnesses : John Paris, Esq., William Swan the elder, John Rutteland, Thomas 
Swan, Allyne Blose, John Beten, and others. 

Proved 6 Dec. 1507. (35, E.) 

Alys Robenett of Duxforth Peter. Dated 17 April 1532. She leaves money 
to the high altar, rood light, reparations of S. Peter's, the torches, and bells. To 
each of her godchildren a l)uslu'l of barley. "To my Lady of Icklyugton iij" uij^ 
[1 suppose the Lady Abbess], and to eu'y [every] Nunne iiij''." To the poor 6* S**. 
Bequests to bells, tt)rches, high altar of S. John's, and to gild of S. Peter. " Item 
I will a Bullocke to fynde a Light before our Lady of Pitie in the Cherche of 
saynt Petr'." Certain household stuff to John Robenett, to "John Robenett 
thelder," to " John the inydlest," and " to John." Residue to be divided among 
the children of her son, whom she makes sole ex'or. 

Witnesses : John Kyng thelder, John Lyon, Nycolas Reu' [Rever or ReuerJ. 

Proved 5 July 1532. (173, I.) 

John Robnet of Duxford sainte John, howsebondema'. Dated 31 Aug. 1556. 
Leaves to son John|| £10 in money, 12 quarters of barley, bed, etc., at 21 ; and 
^ acre of saffron ground, " at my death his mother to dounge and earre the same, 
and the hedginge to be borne of the encrease thereof." To his sou James 
12 quarters of barley at 21, and ^ acre of saffron ground as above. To his daughter 
Alice at marriage £G 13" 4"* and 10 quarters of barley, and certain household 
goods and a cow calf. If children do not all survive, each " to be others heyre ;" 



( I 



198 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

if all die, then lialf of ])i'opcrty to the )X)or and half to wife. Residue to wife 
Elizabeth, who is appointed executrix, and to brin<f up his children. If wife 
marries, her hnsband to be bound in lUO marks and -2 sureties to his brother 
John [nic] of Duxford Peter for delivery of their stock and honest bringing up of 
his children, if he [the supposed husband of the widow] refuse, then his brother 
John or some of his kin that would cunseiit to be bound to have their stock. 

Witnesses : Edm'nde Anlabie, vicar, John Robnet tiie elder, Robert Rutland. 

Proved 26 Sep. 1556. (238, N.) 

John Robnet, junior, of Duxford S. John. Duplicate of last will, with 
inventory at end : — 

£ s. d. 

Value of goods in hall 19 8 

„ „ in chamber .... 4 15 
„ „ in yard 80 1 4 

[Or perhaps this last sum, which is given as the sum total, may also include the 
two former items.] 
(868, P.) 

Emma Rominett of West Wrattinge. Dated 17 April [no year]. [West 
Wratting is about 10 miles north-east of Duxford.] She leaves to poor of 
West Wrattinge one cow. To her son Robert Rominett's three sons, Thomas, 
Robert, and John, flO to be equally divided at their marriages ; if one die other 
to be heir. To Emme Rominet, my son's daughter, a cow and household goods. 
To son Robert's daugliters Annes and Elizabeth one cow. To her daughter Alice 
£7 in 4 years. To Emme Newman, her daughter's child, the little frying-pan 
and 5^ Various gifts to Emme Moi'donne, Johan Mordon, Agnes Mordoii, Agnes 
Smythe, Emme Sinythe, Eh'zabeth jVIordonne, Edward Newman, Johan Smythe 
" my daughter." Robert her son appointed ex'or. 

Witnesses: Thomas Hodd, \Vm. tfree, Wm. Starling, Thos. Westley. 

Proved 28 Jan. 1575. (396, Q.) 

John Robynkt of Duxford S. John. Dated 29 Aug. 1615. Leaves to his son 
John Robynct all his copyhold lands, he to pay my son Thomas or his assigns 
100 marks within a year. To T'homas and his assigns the use of the said copyhold 
lands, with i)n)iits, etc., during life of AFargaret, testator's wife, and after her death 
Thomas to take quietly all corn in due season sown at the time. If John declines 
to pay the 100 marks, then said copyhold lands to Thomas and his heirs, so that 
Thomas shall pay to John £100 within the year. To Thomas all his free lands. 
To wife £10 a year to be paid by Thomas and his assigns ; to wife also all house- 
hold goods. To daughter Tomezin Roi)yiiett -10«. Residue to sou Thomas, who 
is ox'or. 

Witnesses : James liobynett thelder, Thomas Don, John Willowes, and Richard 
Williams, ye writer hereof. 

Proved 12 Sep. 1615. (86, Z.) 

Rob't Robnett of Duxford S. Peter, yeoman. Dated 22 Jan. 1620. To his 
son John Robnet all his free lands (8 acres) to have and to hold till his son Robert 
(my godson) shall be 24, then to godson and his heirs. To his daughter Anne Amy 
of Sawston, widow, " a payer of flaxen sheetes." To poor of Duxford a noble. 
Residue to son John, who is sole ex'or. 

Witnesses: Tho. Rutland, Edw. Mathew, Rob. Robnet. 

Proved 13 Oct. 1621. (30, Morley.) 

Thos. Robnett of Duxford S. Peter, yeoman. Dated 6 May 1627. To his 
daughter Elizabeth £30, to be paid by executrix to hands of " my welbeloved 
brother John Robnett to her use. desiring my loueinge Cosin Reynoulde Robnett" 



MISCELLANEA. GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 199 

to see a bond made by my brother for my daughter's security, the interest to be 
paid to her till 21, then the capital. To Elizabeth his wife (sole executrix) 3 acres 
of free land during widowhood, reversion to daughter and her licirs ; moveable 
goods to wife. 

Witnesses : Thomas Weston, Ricli'' Robynett, John Robinctt, Tho. Robynett. 

Proved 'J Feb. 1(127-8. (51C, Morley.) 

John Robnet of Wittlesford, yeoman. Dated 2P Sep. 1681. To Marie his 
wife £90 in half a yeai-, and household stuft'and cow, etc., and residence in chamber 
for a year. To godson John ftVe £4 ; to godson Rob* Newlinge £2 at 21 ; to god- 
child and kinsman Clement Taylor £20 ; to every other godchild 20^ To Rob' Rut- 
land, eldest son of kinsman Tho^ Rutland, late of Borne [co. Camb.], my customary 
tenement in Duxford wherein John Rainer dwelt, after death of my wife ; to same 
Rob' £20 at 21. To poor of Whittlesford 20^* ; to poor of either parish of 
Duxford 20^ To Elizabeth, daughter of my brother Thomas Robnett, £20 within 
2 years. Residue to cousin Jeames Robnet of Duxford, who is sole ex'or. If he 
refuse to act, then Robert lUitland the son to ))e sole ex'or. Kinsman Reginolde 
Robnet to be sujiervisor and to have £10. 

Witnesses : (Jeorge Claiton, Edw. Mathew. 

Proved by James Robnett 8 Dec. 1632. (299, Dunham.) 

Thomas Roibynet of Duxford, and late of Lynton [co. Camb.], tanner. Dated 
80 Nov. 1()G0. To his bi'other .Fohn Robynet messuage, etc., in occupation of 
John King of Duxford S. I'eter, to bo enjoyed by him [J. R.] after decease of my 
mother Margr. Coleman. To said brother John right and interest in lands, etc., 
which belonged to his brother Francis§ Robynet (except about a rood and a half, 
which he leaves to his sister Susan Robynet), to be enjoyed after the death of his 
mother. Also to sister Susan messuage, etc, late belonging to Lawrence tlarneham 
of Duxford, and 10 acres now in occupation of fatlier-in-law [? stepfather] Richard 
Coleman of Duxfoi'd ; also to Susan another messuage in occupation of Richard 
Coleman, To his brother [half-brother] Pichard Coleman £20 at IG. To his 
sister Martha Coleman £20 at 18. To his brother James messuage, etc., and 
malting barns, and 20 acres held of manor of Dabernownes in Duxford called 
Chapman's, and 20 acres of free land ; also 20 acres in Duxford, " being my 
mother's Joynture," in occupation of father-in-law. To poor 20". Residue to 
brother James, sole ex'or. 

Witnesses : Samuell Willes, William Rutland, Richard Colman. 

Proved 8 May 1G62. (1, Robynet.) 



Proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Huntingdon (at Peterborough). 

Thomas Robinet of Yaxley. Dated 27 Sep. 1(583. [Very illiterate.] Leaves 
his goods to Edward Cambers, his father, and makes him sole ex'or, " to bringen 
up my chilldren, trosten to him to besto my goodes to my children." 

Witnesses : John Crosse, Edward Clark, Beses Stearnes. 

Proved by Edward Chambers 13 Oct. 1(583. (Not registered.) 

William Robnit of Yaxley, sliepherd. Dated . Leaves to Mary 

wife of George Stacey £5 ; to Margaret wife of Thomas Barnes £5 ; to Mary wife 
of John Clark of Saltery [Sawtry] £5 ; to Susanna Constable £5 ; to Ann daughter 
of Willmur Fosket £5 ; to John Langley of Stilton £5 ; to Thomas son of Thomas 
Barnes £5 ; to William son of Thomas Robnit £5 ; to Jonathan son of John 
Blackman £15. Residue to nephew John Blackman, who is sole ex'or. 

Witnesses : John Silk, Samuel Higby. 

Proved 23 March 171 8. (32, 493.) 



200 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIOA. 



^Dctitgrtc of 2^tncent anli 33lathalL 

Richard Viiicont, B.A. 171C ; M.A. 1720, nud Fellow of=i=Ann, daughter of . 



Ti-iiiil.y ('oIIl'^^!, ('aiiibri(l{^-c ; Rector of Donamore, co. 
'J'yroiie. Will i;i Novenibcr 177;:i ; codicil J 3 February 
177-i ; proved 17 Octuber 1774-. (Hce " Miscellaaea 
Geiiealoyica et ITeraldica," New Series, Vol. II., p. 24:?>, 
and Third Series, Vol. I., p. 13.) 



Thomas, and stated to 
have been Irish ; pre- 
sumably predeceased her 
husband, not being men- 
tioned in his will. 



. . . .=Richaid Vincent of Granby RoAV,=Elizabeth, daugh- 
1st wife. Dublin, etc. Will 2o January ter of . . . . Godley ; 
178G ; codicil 25 February 1788 ; marriage settle- 
proved G Juue 1788 (Irish Preroga- ment 4 February 
tive Court, Dublin). Mentions in 1769. 2nd wife, 
his will nieces Elizabeth Rlackall 
and Mary Daniel. 



I 

Elizabeth, 
man-ied 

Dobbins. 



Richard Dobbins, described as eldest son in his uncle Richard Vincent's will. 



John Blackall of Englishtown, co. Armagh, 
23 January 1780. AVill 25 October 1777, 
and then of The Hill, near Jjoughall, co. 
Armagh ; proved 30 June 1787 (Irish Pre- 
rogative Court, Dublin). 



=Mary. 



Richard Blackall- 
Vince/if, admitted 
at Westminster 
School 1781 ; 
elected to Cam- 
bridge 1785 ; en- 
tered Holy Orders. 



Robert^ 
Blackall 
of Dub- 
lin. 



:Anne, deceased 
before 23 Jan. 
1786. 



: Elizabeth, daughter of Alderman 
John Tew of Dublin, and widow 
of Gerald Fortcacue, whose 
daughter Anne Elizabeth (For- 
tescue) married William Richard 
Northey-Hopkins of Oving 
House, Buckincrhamshire. 



Robert 
Blackall. 



I I 
Robert Blackall, 
at school at 
Atherstone Oct. 
1777. 

Richard Blackall. 



WILLS. 



Richard Vtncent, 1774. 

I, Richard Vincent, Rector of Donamore, co. Tyrone, do make this my last will. 
To my daughter Elizabeth £500 : : 0, provided her husband make up her jointure 
£150 ; : a year. To my daughter Mary and her second son £500 : : 0. To 
my son Richard my books. To my grandson Richard Blackall, now living with me, 
all the rest of my eflects & all my estate real & personal & that he take the name 
of Vincent. I make W John Blackall &, his wife my ex'ors. Dated 13*'' Nov"" 1773. 

Richard Vincent. 

Witnesses : Bernard Skiventon, Anne Reynolds, D. Burns, 

1 add to my ex'ors my son Richard Vincent of Donamore, Esq., & Rev. M"" 
Will. Vincent of Westminster my nephew. Signed 13"' Feb. 1774. 

Richard Vincent. 

Witnesses : Mich' Sanderson, ikrnard Skiventon, Anne Reynolds. 

Proved in the Diocese of Armagh 17 October 1774. (No, 11,1,) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 201 

JonN Blackhall, 1787. 

T, John Blackhall of the TTill, near TiOiighall, in co. Arma<fli, Esq., do make 
this my last will. T desire that my ex'oi'K will sell my lease ol' Kn<i,lisiitown in tliiw 
comity, tof^etiiei- with the riiniiture, cattle, it larmiiig uteiisilB, & my leane ol' part 
of Escragh & a little IcaBC which I hold under Arthnr Cope, Enq. To my servant 
Alice Baverty £20 : : 0. Whereas my friend & ex'or Richard Vincent, Esq., hath 
charitahly put into my hands £100 : : for the education of mine & his nephew 
Robert Blackhall, now at school at Athei'stone, I desire that the said sum be paid 
to my brother liobert Blackhall to defray the expenses of his son's edncation. I 
leave to my wife & her brother said Rich. Vincent the execution of this my will. 
Whereas my eldest son Richard Blackhall Vincent is entitled by the will of his 
grandfather to a very ample fortnne, & by the said will my youngest son Robert 
Blackhall is jointly entitled with his mother to £500 >0 : 0, I desire that the two 
sums be put out at interest for their use. Being a member of the Social and 
Annuity Companies of Dublin my wife will be entitled to £120 :0:0a year. I 
leave her my i)1ate, and the remainder of my fortune to my youngest son Robert 
after her decease. Signed the 25"' Oof 1777. 

J''" Blackhall. 

AVitnesses : Edw' Harpuv, Jos. Brownlow, Ben. Basnett Stuart. 
]\rary Blackhall the widow was sworn as to her belief of the truth of the said 
will as to tiie due execution thereof 28th June 1787. 

Richard Vincent, Esq., the other ex'or, was sworn 23 November 1787. 
Proved in the Irish Prerogative Court 30 June 1787 by Mary Blackhall. 

Richard Vincent, 17.88. 

T, Richard Vincent of Gardiners Row in co. Dublin, do make this my last will. 
Whereas by Deeil of Settlement executed previous to my marriage with my present 
wife Elizabeth Vincent otherwise Godley, dated 4''' Feb. 1709, the Manor of 
Ratcliffe Culey in co. Leicester, the lands of Drumcree, Balliwhelan in co. Tyrone, 
the lands of Donaghmore, Tulliuure, Tannagh, &, Drumbenne in the barony of 
Dungannon, co. Tyrone, were conveyed to trustees to the use of myself for life & 
after my decease subject to a jointure of £250 : : per an. for my wife, I 
bequeath my interest in Drumkey & Balliwhelan to John Godley & Robert Lindsay 
of the City of Dublin, Esq", charged with an annuity of £1UU : 0: for my sister 
Elizabeth Dobbins in trust foi- my wife, & after her decease in trust for my 
nephew Richard Blakall Vincent, eldest son of John Blackall of Englishtown, co. 
xVrmagh, Esq., and of my sister Mary his wife. And in default of issue to him, then 
to the use of my nei)hew Richard Dubbins, eldest sou of my sister Elizabeth 
Dobbins. And in default of issue to him, then to the use of my nephew Robert 
Blackall, eldest son of Robert Blackall of the City of Dublin, and my late sister 
Anne his wife. I bequeath the lands which I hold under the See of Armagh 
charged with £500 : : to John Godley & John Blackall of Englishtown to pay 
to my wife an annuity of £220 : : upon trust to suffer my nephew Richard 
Blackall Vincent to receive all the other rents, & after the decease of my wife to 
receive all the rents & jjrofits thereof. And in default of issue, then to the use of 
my nephew Robert Blackall, son of John IMackall, Ksq. 1 bequeath my iiouse in 
Stephen St. to my nephew Robert lilackall. I give co John Godley & Ambrose 
Smith of Diggcs St. £2000 : : to be placed out at interest for the use of my 
sister IMary Blackall, & after her decease to the use of my nephew Richard Blackall 
Vincent. To my niece Elizabeth Blackall £500 : : 0. To my nephew Richard 
Dobbins £500 : : 0. To my nephew Robert Blackall, eldest son of Robert 
Blackall, £500 : : 0. I leave my house in Gardiners Row, furniture, plate, & wine 
to my wife Elizabeth. To Rev. Richard Godley, W" Godley, Fjm\., General Pringle, 
Rev. Juuies Stojiford, liev. John Rogers £100 : : each. To my niece Mary 



Vrv 



202 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Daniel £500 : : 0, To my nephew Rioliard Blackall, son to Robert, £500 : 0: 0. 
1 appoint Jolin fiodley, Robert Liiulsay, & Ambrose Smith, Esq'% ex'ors of this my 
will. Hij,nic(l 23"^ Jan. 1780. 

Richard Vincent. 

Witnesses: Ja. Ford, Geo. Gordon, Tho, Gibbons. 

Whereas I have since making the within will purchased a house in Grtinby Row 
& sold my late house in Gardiners Row, I now bequeath this house to my wife. 
Signed 25"' Feb. 1788. Rich. Vincent. 

Witnesses : Owen Conolly, S. Graham, Michi Dalton. 

Proved in the Irish Prerogative Court G June 1788. (No. 174, 8.) 

[Additions and corrections will be much valued by 

Reginald Stev^art Boddington, 

15 3Iarkfiam Square^ Chelsea.'] 



jHaiTiaatS!; of agHaittislaortI) KnJjaljitants. 

♦* fllarvprtJ \\\ j)r ^avisij CTIjurdj of Clflpfjam, bg ^ami iEKglfw, mtx%Vit&x 
of (LStaiiDsUjortij, U)tij j?r ^rrmijssiott of iW ^abil anU O* BraUi), 
BitccrofJitirli? lUcti^ of j)e saiU ipanjsij, asifoUoluctij:"* 

1713, Sep. 22. Thomas Embeiiton & Sarah Randall. 
1689 Nov. 20 Sarah, daughter of Thomas Randall, bapt. 

1714 Aug. 4 Thomas, son of Thomas Emmerton, bapt. 

1715 Dec. 4 Thomas, son of Thomas Emmerton, bapt. 

' [Possibly his second marriage took place at Clapham 1 July 1717.] 

1713-14, Jan. 11. Richard Peckham, Esq., & M" Sarah Daberon; marryed 
by M'' James Finlay, S[amuel] E[dgley] being ill. 

1713-14, Jan. 21. Peter Graham & Deborah Dowsett. 

1714, April 15. George Thatcher & Sarah Phillips. 
1715 Mar. 3 Mary, daughter of George Thatcher, bapt. 

1717 May 12 Sarah, daughter of George Thatcher, bapt. 

1718 Aug. 3 George, sou of George Thatcher, bapt. 

1711) Mar. 5 Susannah, daughter of George Thatcher, bapt. 

1720 Jan. 10 Ann, daughter of George Thatcher, bapt. 

1722 ]\Iay 6 Ann, daughter of George Thatcher, bapt. 
1735 Dec. IG George Thatcher, GG, bur. 

1714, Aug. 1. Richard Dumvell & Francis Perry. 

1714, Aug. 29. Bartholomew Beaumont & Elizabeth Patrick. 

1723 Jan. 5 John, son of Bartholomew Beaumont, bapt. 

1728 Sep. 15 Elisabeth, daughter of Bartholomew and Elisabeth Beaumont, 

bapt. 

1729 Jan. 20 Elisabeth, infant daughter of Bartholomew Beaumont, bur. 
17G0 Feb. 18 Elizabeth Beaumont, G9, bur. 

17G2 June 18 Bartholomew Beaumont, 84, bur. 

* Communicated by OaoiL T, Davis, Esq.— continued from p. 174, 






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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 203 



1714-15, Feb. 10. Thomas Mugrid(; & Elizarkth Holt; by MfPrichard for 
S[amuel] K[clgley]. 

17M-15, Miirch 1. CirAiiLEa Rhodiw & Francis Lockwood, 
1715 Dec. n Clmrles, aon ol' 01i!ii-lc8 KoaduH, l)ai)t. 

1717 April 28 Kstber, daiigbtcr of Charles lioadcs, bapt. 

1718 Auf^. 10 llargaret, dauj^hter of Charles Koades, bapt. ■ ' \;'|S' 

1719 Jan. 24 Frances, daughter of Charles Roades, bapt. \ 'f:}^M^-'.- 
1721 Nov. 19 John, son of Charles Roades, bapt. ' . v''lii 



'A 



l;;''i^ 

m 



1088 


l\rar. 


a 


1089 


Aug. 


20 


1710 
1719 


]\lay 
Jan. 



19 


1724 


Jan. 


3 


1727 
1729 


Sep. 
Nov. 


27 
2 


1732 


Mar. 





17o8 
1727 


Sep. 
Oct. 


10 

5 


17;M 


Mar. 


30 


1739 
1749 


Sep. 
June 


18 
19 



1715, April 17. Francis Gill & Mary Phillips. 

1715, April 18. Richard Stokes & Sarah Crook. '' ■ ■ < 
1717 Oct. Sarah Tapling, daughter of Ttichard Stokes, bapt. 
1723 July 12 Fjlizabcth, daughter of Richai'd Stokes and Sarah his wife, bapt. 

1729 May 23 Richard Stokes, bur. 

1730 Sep. 10 Sarah Stokes, wid., bur. ' ; ;" 

1715, June 5. William Pert & Elizabeth Price. ••;(';;,--• ^. ., 

Wniiani, son of Thomas Pert, bapt. 

j^'ilizabeth, daughter of .John [cilte red from William] Price, bapt. ' 

Elizal)eth, daughter of William Pert, bapt. 

Elizabeth, daughter of AVilliain Pert, bapt. j 

William, son of William Pert, ba})t. '\ 

Mary, daughter of William and Elisabeth Pert, bapt. * ,' .; | 

Sarah, daughter of AVilliam and Elisabeth Pert, bapt. .. ;; )^, 

Mary, daugliter of William and Elisabetli Pert, bapt. .'" ■'■' 

Mary, daughter of William and Elisabeth Pert, bapt. 
Mary, inf. daughter of William Pert, bur. 
Mary, inf. daughter of William Pert, bur. 
Mary, inf. daughter of William Pert, bur. 
William Pert, bur. ' ' ' 

1715, July 3. James DupsLOE & Catherine James. ' : 

1715, Aug. 6. James Scholes & Rachel Wood, married, [^/m- luas also 
entered in the margin and crossed out.'] 

1715, Aug. 11. M' Richard Cowper & M'^ Mary Daberon. 
1G91 Aug. Mary, daughter of M'' John Dauberon, bapt. 
1710 Sep. 3 James, son of Richard Cooper, bapt. 
1721 Nov. 5 Maiy [altered from Elizabeth], daughter of M'" Richard Cooper, 

bapt. 
1720 Aug. 29 Thomas, sou of Richard and Mary Cooper, bapt. 

1715, Oct. 0. John Buncker & Mary Dauley. 
1710 July 19 Thomas, sou of John Bunker, bapt. 

1715-10, Feb. 12. John Bamford & Ann Smith. 

1710, April 10. William Collier & Mary BiGNAL. 

1710, May 8. Richard Weatherby & Dinah Rowley. 

1091 Nov. 15 Richd., son of George Wetheby, bapt. 

1744 Oct. 28 Dinah, wife of Richard Weatherby, bur. 

1753 April 21 Richard Wetherby, 02, bur. 



204 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIOA. 

171G, Anfr. 12. John Pope & Mauy Tear. ((''• , " 

171S Aiipf. 7 Elizabeth, ilan,2:htev of John Pope, bapt. 
17:.'l I'V'l). 2i) JiimcH, son of .lohii PojH!, l)ai)t. 
17.S(; April (■) .loiiu Tope, bur. 

171(!, An<i:. 19. Thomas SnARPE <t Margaret FoLLWELL. 
1G9G Un.y 10 jMargaret, daughter of William Folwell, bapt. 

171 G, Sep. 2. David Lok & Elisabeth Harris. 

1717 Nov. 15 Edinoud, Bon of David Low, bapt. 

1719 Mar. 30 Anne, daughter of David Low, bapt. 

1721 Jan. 14 Elizabeth, daughter of David Low, bapt. ; 

1723 Sep. 22 Will., sou of David and Elizabeth Loe, bapt. 
1725 Oct. 23 David, son of David Low, bapt. 

1727 Oct. 15 Anne, daughter of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 

1728 Sep, 19 Francis, daughter of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 

1730 June 2] Dennis, son of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 
1732 May 14 Obadiah, son of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 

1734 May 19 Dennis, daughter [s?<?] of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 

173G Oct. 10 llosea, son of David and Elisabeth Lowe, bapt. 

1728 Sep. 23 Frances, inf. daughter of David liOwe, bur. 

1731 ]\Tar. 23 Dennis, inf. son of David Lowe, bur. 
173^ Feb. IG Dennis, inf. son of David TiOwe, bur. 
1742 July 6 Elisabeth, wife of David Lowe, bur. 

1742 Oct. 24 Anne, daughter of David Lowe, 15, bur. * ., 

1745 July 23 David Lowe, W[ork] H[ouse], bur. 

1716, Oct. 7. George Lock & Anne Blake; 
1G9G Sep. 28 Anne, daughter of John Blake, bapt. 

171G-17, Feb. 25. Hugh Cumlyn & Mary Oseley. 
1719 Feb. 12 Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh Cumlin, bapt. 

1722 April 18 Mary, daughter of Hugh Cumlyn, bapt. 

1724 April 2 Sarali, daughter of Hugh Cnmlyn, bapt. 

1725 Nov. 4 Silas, son of Hugh Cundyn, bapt. 

171G-17, March 24. William Mitohkner & Elisabeth Leveret. 
1717 Dec. ] .John, son of William ]\ritchener, bapt. 
1719 Jan. 1 Elizabeth, daughter of William Mitehiner, bapt. 

1717, May 12. doiiN Rutter & Pikebh Ratubone. 
171 J Feb. IG Phcebe, daughter of John Rutter, bapt. 
1719 Oct. 27 Elizabeth, daughter of John Rutter, bapt. 

1721 Jan. 19 | J^',^''^^' I ^°"^ ^^ '^^^^ Rutter, bapt. 

1727 Dec. 31 Phebe, daughter of John and Phebe Rutter, bapt. 

1738 May 28 Phebe, wife of John Rutter, bur. 

1717, May 13. Thomas Funell & Alice Howard. 
1G83 May 7 Ales, daughter of John [altered from William] Howard, bapt. 
1758 May 21 Thomas Funnel, 80, bur. 
17G2 Mar. 29 Alice Funnel, 74, bur. 

["Churchwarden Newton do relieve Thomas Funnel during his wife's illness, 
they being both ancient people, and almost past there [sic] labour." — Extract 
from Minutes of Vestry, 9 March, 1755.] 

(jTo be continued.) 







of C/m4^ Churc/bOazm^. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 205 

BSooItpIatc of Cljoma^, I.ortr jHan^ieL 

The date of this bookplate is between 173G and 1743. Its owner Thomas 
(Mansel), 2nd Baron Mansel of Margam, son of the Hon. Robert Mansel, by 
Anne, daughter and coheir of the celebrated Admii-al Sir Cloudesley Shovel, of May 
Place in Crayford, co. Kent, was born 1720, and succeeded to the peerage on the 
death of his grandfather, the fiist Lord, 10 Dec. 1723, in about Ijis fourth year. 
He nmtrionlated at Oxibrd (Christ Church) fi June 173G, aged lO. He died nn- 
niarriod 20 Jan. and was buried 8 Feb. 1743/4, at Crayford aforesaid,* when the 
title devolved on his uncle and heir, and became extinct 29 Nov. 1750, on the death 
of the 4th Baron. 



G. E. C. 



REGISTERS. 



Frocester Church. • io:; 'm^^/ sS;^ 

Baptisms. ,.^., 

Mary the daughter of John Hayward, Vicar of Frocester, & Mary 

his wife was baptized. 
George tlie son of John Hayward, Vicar, & Mary his wife was 

baptized. 
Elizabetli daughter of John Hayward, Vicar, & Mary his wife 

was baptized. 
Mildred daughter of John Hayward, Vicar, & Mary his wife was 

baptized, 
George son of the Rev, George Hayward & Paulina his wife. 
Joseph Francis son of the Ivev'i George Hayward & Paulina his 

wife. 
Ann d'' of y^ ReV* M"" George Hayward & Paulina his wife. 
]\Iary d'' of y" ReV^ M'' G. Hayward & Paulina his wife, 
Sarah d'' of the Rev. M'' G. Hayward & Paulina his wife. 
Paulina Mill d'' of the Rev*^ George Hayward,. Jun'', & Charlotte 

l^jlizabeth his wife. 
Mary d'' of the Rev. G. Hayward & Charlotte Elizabeth his wife. 
Maria daughter of George Hayward, Clerk, & Charlotte Elizabeth 

his wife. 
1827 Mar. G George (Christopher son of George Christopher Hayward, Curate 

of Avcning, &, Sarah Elizabeth liis wife. 

Marriages. 

176G April 17 Driver Wathen of King's Stanley & ilildred Hayward. Licence. 

1777 July f) Charles Fennel of Eastington ife Anna Maria, Hayward, Banns. 

1830 Sep, 25 The Rev. Edward Palling of the Parish of Eastiugton, Bachelor, 

& Elizabeth Hayward, Spinster, Licence. 

* The burial entry in that register is, by mistake, recorded as that of " liolert, Lord Mansell 
from London." That of his father had, rightly, been entered therein 12 May 1728, as "The 
Hon. Ivobert Mansell." 

f Coinniunicatcd by Rev. W. K. Layton, F.S,A, 

yoj,. IV., SERIES HI, g 



1730 


Sep. 


15 


1731 


Nov, 


25 


1734 


April 


117 


1736 


May 


14 


1772 
1773 


May 

Oct. 


16 
26 


1775 
1777 

1778 
1 807 


Aug. 
^lay 
May 
Jan. 


15 

24 

2 

15 


1811 
181G 


Aug. 
Feb. 


31 
18 



206 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Burials. ,,i,„''!f- • . , .'■i;: • ' ' . • 

Mary wife of John Hay ward, Vicar. ' U.--'. 

Elizabeth dau<>'l>ter of .lohn Ilayward, Vicar. < 

Mary wife of WiUiani llopton. 
IMie llev^ M'' John ilayward, late ViC". 

Fanlina Wintle d'' of M'^ Hayward by her first Husband John 
Wintle, Esq., of Tewkesbury. .„, •, . 

Mary daughter of tiie Rev'* M'' Hayward, Vic^ " ■ 

Paulina Mill Hayward, a child. 
Frances Hayward, 7 weeks. 

The Rev. Georpe Hayward, Vicar of Frocester, aged 82. 
Maria Hayward, 11 months. 

The Rev. George Hayward, Vicar of Frocester, aged 65. 
Charlotte Elizabeth Hayward, Westbury, aged 70. 



1767 


May 


15 


1768 


.Ian. 


6 


1760 


June 


24 


1776 


July 


18 


1793 


Nov. 


15 


1795 


Aug. 


3 


1807 


Aug. 


8 


1813 


Oct. 


8 


1814 


Feb. 


14 


1817 


Jan. 


23 


1837 


May 


19 


1844 


July 


15 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 



Frocester Church. 

Here lyeth the Body of the Rev. | John Hayward, M.A., who was | Vicar of 
this Parish -17 years, and | 18 years Rector of Nympsfield, | died May the H"', 
1770, aged 72. 

Nympsfield Cjiurchyard. 

Sacred to the Memory of '| the ReV' George Christopher Hayward, M.A. I 
for 27 years Rector of Nympsfield, | who died July 28"', 1860. | Aged {j2 years. | 
Also to Isabella, daughter of the late | Rev'* George Hayward, M.A., Vicar of 
Frocester & 36 years of Nympsfield, | she died Nov. 30^'', 1853. Aged 51. | 
Likewise of Elizauetii Frances, | infant daughter of George C. Hayward of 
Nympsfield, Esq'' | who died March 5"', 1858. | Also Jermyn Godfrey Tre- 
viRANUs, infant son of (.<ko. C. Hayward, Esq. | who died Sept. 10*'', 1861, 
aged 8 weeks. 

George Treviranus Hayward, Born June o*'', 1856 | Died Sept. 6, 1862. 

George Chrlstopher Hayavard, J. P., of the Highlands, Nympsfield | born 
Nov. 20, 1826. Died I Sept. 1, 1867. 

In memory of Augusta Sarah | wife of the late Rev*^ George C. Hayward, ( 
Avho died Nov. 5, 1871, | aged 68 years. 

In memoi-y of George I\Iarriott, ( son of the Rev. George C. Hayward, | 
who died April lO'S 1868, aged 21 years. 

King's Stanley Church. 

On a mural monument : Sacred to the memory of George Wathen Esq'' | of 
the Orange, in the Parish of Painswick, in this County, | who died the 26*'' April 
1847, Aged 77 years. | Also of Sarah his wife, | who died the 6"' January 1854, 
aged 76 years, j Also of Edward Leversage Wathen, | Son of the above 
& Sarah his wife, | who died the 28"' April 1817» aged 16 years. | Also of 
Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of the abovenamed | George Wathen and Sarah 
■ his wife, ( which said Sarah Elizabeth married the | Rev'' George Christopher 
Hayward, of Avening Rectory, | in this County. | She died ihe 30"' December 
1826, aged 24 years. | Also of John Hayward Wathen, son of the above- 
named 1 George Wathen and Sarah his wife, | who died the l?"" August 1829, 
aged 22 years. 



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224 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIOA. 

THE MARRIAGE REGISTERS OP ALL SAINTS, MAIDSTONE.* 



1751. 4^1 



Apn 9 Jo]in Swcctmaut and Miiry Ilamptlion. 
Jnv.^: }•: Apnl 10 ireiiry Charlton and Catherine Oapcliii'r 
.;,,;,,.;;, April 14 Andrew Clapboard and Elisabeth Scot 

> ,;.„ : .., April U William Simpson and Mary Pell, both of Upchurch. • ' ' 

J.iiv r April 2-i Ihomas Felling and Grace Dennis 
.; ,r., I,: April 27 John Little and Tabitha Kidney. 

;:,;;■ y; April iJO John Harman, of Benendcn, and Sarah Elay, of Cranbrook 

•'""' ■"' M in ^^,?''"^^^''''^*^'^'^^f^ •>oi'ot''y^^<'ll,l'otho 

;._.,,, ., May 19 William Smith and Elisabeth Ilartrap. 

"•'' ' Mmv I'i J^^r''p"^'^''^'^P;''^^^''^^=^'^^^t'^P^^i"'bothofDebtling. ' 

.,.^,,, •;:.• May 25 William Bath and Elisabeth Ekins. ■• 

■'■"•■ " ^i?. II ^^f^"?^? W'^'Kht and Catherine Rogers, both of Molash. 

;v, ? . ^I'^y -6 Obadiah Martin and Elisabeth Jorden. 

'"■'' ■'" fnl/il Sf'^'S'^ '^;;'I^^^y^"^,^l'S'i^eth Spencer, both of Sheerness. 

June 28 Thomas Baytop and Elisabeth Gill. 

July 7 James Sharp and Sarah Grigsby. 

Aug. 11 John Windram and Elisabeth Watman 

tf It w ?;"^'Jn''^',"^"' •'^"^ '^^'''y ^'"''^h, both of Stockbury. 

Sep. 22 Walter Wheeler and Sarah Russell 

Sep. 22 Thomas Bottle, of East Farleigh, and Frances Cooper, 

jep. 2G Robert Salmon and Mary Stimson. 

Q P" !a l^";"'^ ^^""^' ''^ Ashford, and Ann Collinwood. 

feep. 29 John Harden and Elisabeth Wilkins. ': 

Oct. 1 Thomas Wood and Mary Gull. .',.,>:.-. . > 

Oct. 7 Edward Clout and Mary Wagghorn. 

Oct. 7 Moses Durtnall and Mary Lowes [or Lower] 

Oct. 19 Thomas Jiickwater and Elisabeth Parks. 

Oct. 19 John Jarret and Susanna Chilman. 

Oct. 21 Samuel Leaver and Jane Piior. 

Nov. 5 William Wear and Elisabeth Jeal. 

W" la wT""' n'^u"'^''o''^ ^^''"""'^ ^^'^8"^"' '^^th of Linton. 

cc. ^j ''oseph liigborn and Elisabeth Green. 

Dec. 29 John Honey and Mary Pcnnull. 



Jan. 



1752. 



Richard Rook, of Otterden, and Mary Chapman, of Harrietshara. 



Jan. 12 

Feb. 10 

Feb. II 

Feb. 13 

Feb. 21 



Jan. 12 Thomas Adgate and Jane Salmon 

w!l!!- In! 15''°"^ °^' V n?'' f "1 ^^'''y ^'^^^°^^' ''^ Boughton Monchelsea. 
William iM-ench and Elisabeth Adamson. 

Wilham Bromley and Rebecca Reeve, both of Staplehurst. 

John Gill and Sarah Smith. 
M... « Stephen Hunt of Lydd, and Mary Daisy, of Linton. 
Mar 8 George Cradock and Judith Comber. 
April 2 Robert Beard and Sarah Cai-twri<>ht 

April 5 Fd!;^,!^"rr; ' ■' ^^''fr^ -f,^ E''«^^beth Jones, of Boughton Monchelsea. 
Apiii o i^clward Chatwm and Ann Honey 

M^v' 7 wiT^Z^^'\''^^'f ^r"" ^"^^^^'"'S' ^«d Mary Chambers. 
May 7 William Clapboard and Hannah Little. 

t ToThTs1s'n!t^^l*^' l^te Re^ J- f^AVE-BROWNB, M.A.-concluded from p. 18:i 
t lo this IS attached a note, "J. Swcetmn.i banjr'd himself 7th Au-ust. 1782.'' 



]\Iay 


20 


May 


80 


June 


9 


June 


9 


June 


13 


June 16 


June 


25 


June 


29 


July 


G 


July 


13 


July 


17 


July 


21 


Auj,^ 


3 


Aug. 


9 


Aug. 


12 


Auo-. 


19 


Sep'. 


17 


Sep. 


28 


Hep. 


30 


Oct. 


2 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


8 


Oct. 


8 


Oct. 


10 


Oct. 


11 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


IG 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


22 


Oct. 


25 


Nov. 


1 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


10 


Nov. 


10 


Nov. 


12 


Nov. 


23 


Nov. 


27 


Dec. 


2 


Dec. 


7 


Dec. 


21 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


28 


Dec. 


29 


Jnn. 


5 


.Ian. 


5 


Jan. 


17 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


28 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


25 


Mur. 


10 


Mar. 


19 


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81 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 225 



Robert Finchett and Mercy Dimond. , . '?^.jf-^. 

William Hatch and Mary Green. :•' v ■';•',, i" ; . ■^>i 

Thomas Ellis and Temi)erauce Reynolds. '-''•'■ ''■ •■''-■'*. , . ' _ ■,' (.');'t§T 

Isaac Doe and Ann Sears, both of Bieknor. '. ■ ; ■ '.ti .*/.-) 

John Barling and Elisabeth Bush. ''..'•:;,. [',•„? j.-.! ■ J'»^;v| 

Alexander Holland and Hannah Pine. 

Edward Scotchford, of Ditton, and Mary Durtnall. '•?'/'(. ,/!•.;■;, 

George May and Mary Birch. ,, 

William Brisley and Ann Fewson, both of Bearsted. 

Henry Scot, of Borden, and Elisabeth Ransley, of Thornham. 

Charles Down and Mary Hickens, both of Otterden. 

John Lane and Susanna i\rercer. ' • "■. 

Joseph lianks, of Yalding, and Elisabeth Burden. -,,"jj^: 

William Mantle and Jemema Cooper, l)oth of Bicknor. [Staplehurst. " X 

George Conquest, of Minster, Isle of Shepway, and Elisabeth AVilliams, of 

Thomas Clialoner and Elisabeth Jackmar. 

Francis Hooper, of li^ast Mailing, ami Sarah Terry. 

Richard Gasken and Ann Austin, both of Newington. 

Edward Beney and Mary Kingsnoilh. '•''■"■> 

William Prior and ]\[argaret Quinl)y. 

Thomas Webb, of Bromtield, and Mary Martin. ' 

Ptobert Brisley and Frances Bigg. V 'h ■ ' ''' ' ■■- :.iny.v\' 

Sinu)U Potts and Elisabeth Taylor. 

Thonuvs Boys, of Chatham, and Catherine Burwash, of Bearsted. 

Robert Adds and Mary Isred, both of Ulcombe. 

Jolm Balcombe and Elisabeth Amos, both of Cranbrook. 

John Clark and Sarah Parks, both of Stalesfleld. 

Edward EUett, of Bough ton Monchelsea, and Ann Croucher, of Chart Sutton. 

AVilliam Pettet and Elisabeth Judge, both of Smarden. 

William Peche and Mary Tupeny, both of Hedcorn. 

Robert Tilby and Elisabeth Fullei-. 

Benjamin Jarret, of East Farley, and Margaret Gowei'. 

Thomas Orpwood aiul Elisabeth Halsey. 

Daniel Clegg and Elisabeth Willard. 

John Kellie and Sarah King. 

John Peche and Ann Eullagar, both of Hedcorn. 

Francis Ray and Elisabeth Mantle. 

John Bigg and Sarah Love, both of Staplehurst. 

Daniel Gillett and ^lary Swau, both of Feversham. 

Fidward Clegg and Susanna Marshall. 

Robert Higgins, of Otham, and j\Tary Turner, "of Leeds. 

Jolm .Manwaring, of Staplehurst, and Sarah Turly, of Hedcorn. 

(ieorge Edwartls and Aim Bowyer. 

AVilliam Bennet and Elisabeth iiarnett. 

Thomas Writtle and Elisabeth Parish. 

1753. 
John Busbridge ami Mary i*ark,s. ' 

Samuel Wilkins and Sarah Rouse, botli of Thornham. 
William Rogers and Prances Fenncr, both of Bearsted. 
John Bills, of Thornham, and Ann Read, of Bearsted. 
James Vinn and Elisabeth Beadlestone. 
James Gilbert and Elisabeth Nash. 
William Peaty and Sarah Salmon. . , 

Henry Swan and i'llisabeth Hall. 
John Ciorely and Mary Pattenden. 
John Titus and Ann Cook. 



,ri(oJ) 



226 MISCELLANEA GENE A LOGIC A ET HERALDICA. 

(Jeoi'^i! I'riiiulo luul Mary Biissill. 

'riu)imis Wells and Fraiuies Stainiiforth, both of riinton. 

.Foil II Noiikcs and Jane Judo. 

Sainnol Dickon.son, of S' Niclioias, Rochester, and Jane Boorne. 

Tliumas Weekcs and Elisabetii Mopper. 

William Jliggens, of Uleombe, and Sarah Croucher, of East Sutton. 

John Beavan and Catherine Stnbbs. 

William Lau'ton and Elisabeth Bensted. "" ' '' 

John Ferry and Elisabeth King. ' . 

Robert Stevenson and Sarah j\Iaddle. j, , 

Joseph Stnbbs and JIary Newton. ■'' 

William Belehamber and Elisabeth Frid, both of East Sutton. 

John Morgan and Sarah Leeds, both of Cranbrook. 

William Read and Ann Smith. [Blean. 

Richard Solly, of Fevershara, and Sarah Packman, of Boughton-subtus- 

John AV alter and Ann Pearce. 

Thomas Reynolds and Elisabeth Pilcher, both of Adisham. 

Thomas Spice, of East Farley, and Mary Knight, of East Sutton. 

Thumas AVilliams and Elisabeth Tickner, both of Goudhurst. 

Thomas Baker, of Thornhani, and Alice Peerless. 

John Featherstone and M;iry Weed, both of Hollingbourne. 

Richard Mills and Elisabeth Peck. 

Thomas Wattell and Sarah Dove. 

Thomas Cartwright and Deborah Shaw. 

William Conchman and Elisabeth Knight, both of Benenden. 

Robert Hammond and Jane Ausell. 

Job Guy and Elisabeth Cookings. 

Thomas Tomkin, of Hawkhui'st, and Sarah Fill, of Benenden. 

John Bowles and Mary Miles. 

James Buiiyard, of Loose, and Mary Woodhams. 

George Burr and Elisabeth Haimes. 

James Wilkie and Elisabeth Hermon. 

Robert Tyrrel and Mary Walker. 

Richard Davis and Mary Stubberfield, both of E. Farley. 

1754. 
William I'illet, of Linton, and Elisabeth Brissenden, of Tioosc. 
Richard Diirr and Cassandra Cabbell. 
Isaac Butler and Mary Freebody. 
Robert Chambers and Ann Adde. 
John Diprose and Rebecca Startup, both of Linton. 
AVilliam C-rispe and Mary Athawes, both of Linton. 
Edward Oliver and Mary Alchin. 

John Boorman and Elisabeth JMockett, both of Hedcorn. 
Henry WooUett and Ann Springate, both of Lenhara. 
John Gomery, of Staplehurst, and Hannah Shornden, of Cranbrook. 
Alexander Todd, a dragoon in Tjord Tyrawley's* Regt., and Eleanor Lewis. 
John Breck, a soldier in Lord Bury'sf Regt., and Mary Read. 
[A note. "The Act of Parliament took place Tjady Day, 1754."] 

Exi) OF The Makriagh Reoistkus op All Saints, Maidstone, 1542 to 1754. 



April 


1 2;} 


April 


23 


April 


21 


A[)ril 


25 


Alay 


(i 


May 


13 


May 


18 


June 


11 


June 


14 


June 


16 


June 


21 


June 


26 


June 


28 


July 


1 


July 


10 


July 


22 


July 


22 


July 


24 


Aug. 


13 


Sep. 


11 


Sep. 


24 


Sep. 


25 


Oct. 


3 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


18 


Oct. 


21 


Oct. 


21 


Oct. 


23 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


28 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


4 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


8 


Jan. 


15 


Jan. 


26 


Jan. 


27 


Jan. 


27 


Jan. 


28 


Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


22 


Mar. 


4 


Mar. 


19 



* Colonel James (O'Hara). Lord Tyrawley, of the Irish Peerage, commanded the Coldstrfeara 
Guards for eighteen years, and died in 177:5. 

t Geoige Kcppei, Viscount Bury, eldest sou of William- Anne, Karl of Albemarle, com- 
miiudod the 20tli Kout, siiccecik'd ids fatlicr in the Earldoui iu 17"»L and the next year became 
OoUnud of (he :ird Dr.iLrouns. 



MISCELLAKEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



227 



(©tncalogkal i^otrs anti (Btitrics. 



PEDIGREE OF DESCARRIERES (see p. 77). 



Stepney Marriage Register. 

1714 Dec. 27 John DescRvrioies of Bethnal Green, Weavei', and Esther Bridge, S. [The 
French name of the bride is Anglicizetl.] 



D'HERVART, DE CERJAT, AND WINN. 



To THE Editor of "Miscellanea Geneai.ogica et Heraldica.' 



Sin, 



Vol. IV. (New Scries), p. 221, of your Magazine contains the Pedigree of d'Hervart, 
de Cerjat, and Winn, with notes and seal engravings, conimiuiicated by Henry Wagner, Esq., 
F.S.A. 

Having jubt read the mentioned pedigree in a number acquired by chance, and knowing 
something about " Mey," I will tell you what I found out in the archives at Berne in July 1898 
by the help of the Archiviste, M. Tiirler. 

Gahriti May von llumgoi (not Huningen, near Basel) was born 1717 at Hiinigen near Berne. 
During 1747 and 17o.">-(j he was "Land-Major."' During Ho.o he was Member of the Great 
Council ("Mitglied des grossen Rates"). He married at Vevey, 11 October 17r>4, Lonht Saline 
d' llt-rwarth (as it is mentioned in the archives : " Kine Kngellaudcrin, dereu Eltern zu Vivis " — 
which means Vevey at the Lake of Geneva — " wohnten "), and died without children and 
function 29 March 1759. 

As far as I know the family of May, .which exists still at Berne, spell their name as I write 
it, not as the " Miscellanea" gives it. 

Note 3 says " .... in terms which imply that there was already a relationship between them." 
So it was, for the parents-in-law of Philibert Herwarth were : — Abraham von Graffcnried, 
born 1()44, Ca))tain and Lord of the Chamber of the Elector of Saxony IGtJO— 68, Mitglied des 
grossen Rates von Bern (as they call it " der Burger") 167H ; died 3 November 1675. Uxor 
jfosina ton CTraffenru'<l,dimgh\.eioi Francis Lewis von 6'iajf'tnricd and Uisvlu (Jtrjat ; married 
17 March 1671 ; died in London March 1717. Jedida Assuba was their second daughter, and 
was baptized 1674 ; married to Philibert Herwarth 1698. 

My father has collected much about our family. I continue to do so, and shall be very glad 
if my knowledge may be of any use to you. 

Bei-Un. H.-W. V. Herwarth, 

Oherlnltnnnf im Zwciten Oarde-liitjUnent zii Fitss. 



PRIAULX. 



To the Editor op " Miscellanea Genealoqica et Heraldica." 
Dear Sir, 

May I be permitted to make a correction in the Priaulx Pedigree on page 81, 
Vol. II., Third Series, communicated by Jliss S. M. Woodrooffe. 

Sir John Holman of Weston Favell, Northamptonshire, Bart., was Member of Parliament 
for Banbury 1661—81 ; his will was proved P.C.C., 4 July 17U0, by Dame Jane Holman, relict 
and executrix. Her will was proved P.C.C. on the lOth of July 17t)5, by William de Bouveiie ; 
her nniiden name was Bouveiie, .sonictinu'S spelt Fawtre. The de Bouveries were of Dutch 
descent. 

Sir John Holman and his wife Dame Jane Holman had only one child, called Mary, who was 
married in Weston Favell Church on the 19th of April 1(!92 to the Right Worshipful Sir William 
Portman, Knight of the Bath. 

Ann de Bouverie, a sister of Dame Jane the wife of Sir John Holman, married Sir Philip 
Hotelier, Bart., of Teston, M.P. for Hythe, died 1719. 

I believe that Burke, in his " Extinct Baronetcies," describes the wife of Sir John Holman as 
nie Forby ; this is incorrect, and should be Fawtre or P)0uverie. 

'ii JilllUcr Jiuildln()8, London, E.C. H. Wilson Holman, 



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228 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



The Journal of the IJx Librls Society. Marcli, April, and May 190L London : A. and C. Black, 

Soho Hquarc. 

The March Part has a good impresBion of Mr. Pferon-AUen and his wife's bookplate. It is 
nicely engraved by Jlr. Harry Soane, and the Arabic and motto, '■ Diligenter et Fidelis," as well 
as the other lettering, are excellently written. " Bookplates of Meilieul Men " are continued, as 
well as those for identification. There are also two landscape plates given, both of which are 
well engraved. 

The April Part has the plate of Mr. C. Dexter Allen as a frontispiece, an English and an 
American Allen both serving for each month, and even a likeness may be traced by their friends. 
The Part shews examples of RI r. Louis Pdiead's plates, and one of Mr. A. tlod win Fowles, representing 
an organist playing in au old church. Mr. C. Dexter Allen also contributes an excellent letter, 
giving an account of the meeting of the National Arts Club in New York, and at which he had 
the pleasure of addressing some four hundretl persons on the subject of bookplates. 

The May Part has a worthy notice of an ardent engraver of bookplates, Mr. Allan Wyou, 
who descends from a family of Engravers to the State since ISltl, and whose family has done 
more than any other engravers known. Mr. Allan Wyon travelled for some years, but finally 
.settled with his brothers Joseph S. and Alfred B. Wyon in business, and with them have con- 
jointly held the ollice of Chief Kngravers of Her Majesty's Seals. In the Supplement to this 
I'art Mr. Allan Wyon gives eighteen examples (if historical bookplates, enhancing the value of 
the Part considerably. The plates for identification now number 407. 



Fnihnul Xotr.i ond Qiirrim. Part PJ. April ]<)01. Peterborough : George C. Caster, 
Market Place. 

In an interesting Paper on " The Drainage of the Great Level," the writer expatiates with just 
tribute of thankfulness on the loving work the monks of the Order of St. Benedict gave to the 
land, the very air from which was noisome, -and those who breathed it lived through agues to a 
jaundice." To them in the tenth century we owe the culture of the fens, a fruitful land in lieu 
of fenny delph and mere. King Witlaf endowed the nuMiks of Crowland with that isle, but they 
sought no reward ; the hope of a higher life enabled them to endure toilsome lives, and leave 
behind them "a heritage which would be the gioiy of England, and ajoy for ever — our Abbeys." 
Early writers seek to account for the submersion of the Fenland by conjecturing some great 
earthquake; but the subsidence or upheaval of the crust of the earth, which is constantly in 
operation, accounts for the encroachment and retirement of the sea. " The Fenland has never 
been at rest, and will never cease to change." 

The Part also contains the wills of the Trby and Tache families, and an account of the 
borough of Peterborough and also of the Gentlemen's Society, besides other interesting Papers. 



'I'fii^ Virghi'ui M<i(j(i:iiu' of Hiitonj and lihhjvophy. No. 4, Vol. VIII. April 190L Virginia 
Historical Society, Piichmond, U.S.A. 

This Alagazine has an interesting account of General .Joseph Martin of Albemarle, co. Virginia. 
It narrates what vicissitudes he went through ; how he obtained permission to pass a night iu 
pris(m with a friend, and in the morning departed, leaving his tomahawk and ten guineas behind. 
The friend escaped from prison, and thirty years after, being then a Memher of Congress, met 
his benefactor in Virginia, and before parting gave him twenty guineas for old acquaintance. 
Martin rose to command troojjs and was made Brigadier-General, although unable to write. 
He went on several expeditions against the Indians, was finally elected i^ the Icgisl.-iture of 
Virginia, and lived to be OS. The Part has also several genealogical notes of eleven families, 
and also among tiie reviews is that of " Paul Jones, the founder of the American Navy." His 
historian, although occupying two volumes iu his account, seems to be narrating only the life of a 
common sweep, and the reviewer jirovcs tlic iiislory wiong in several particulars. The Part, 
however, is very interesting, and concludes with a full Index. 



*^* JSooJifi for Jlrrirw /i/id JVotici'n of Forth coining Worh/^ .ihovld he addressed to the 
I'liblix.'iiny 0/h'ac, NO W'n rdovr Striut, London, IP. 



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JHamasc^j of aflanti^luortl) KnljaMtant^;. rM 

** iWnvnjfU in j)r ^(Jniiof) CTijuvrl) of CTIapljnm, lii) xami iSUglnj, CIcvU, rt'rav 
of 3ClantijjU)oiHn luib ^r ^pmmotjion of ii\' ^i\\ii\ ant ^> BvatJi), 
ourccooiUrlij Mfft«^ of i>f oaiO pan.ol), ass JfollolwcUj :"* 

1717, May 14. Richard Fordiiam & Mary Hope. '.•' 

1719 Jan. 28 Mary, daughter of Tiichard Fordhain, bapt. 
1755 Dec. 3 Anoe, wife of Richard Fordhain, Go, bur. (5s. paid for beU). 

[Possibly Mary.] 
1766 Nov. 26 Richard Fordham, 84, bur. 

1717, May 16. Robert Kirby & Margaret Lesow. ; . - . , 

1694 Oct. 11 Margaret, daughter of Nicholas Leasow, bapt. , , 

1719 Mar. 8 William, son of Robert Kirby, bapt. 

1722 June 10 Robert, sou of Robert and Margaret Kirby, bapt, 
172j Jan. 22 Nicholas, son of Robert Kirby, bapt. 

172f ]\Iar. 16 Margaret Dorothy, daughter uf Robert and Margaret Kirby, bapt. 

1728 May 19 Mary, daughter of Robert and JMargaret Kirby, bapt. [She was 

married at St. George's Chapel, Hyde Park Corner, to Charles 
Russell, 11 Feb. 1753.] 

1730 Aug. 20 Robert, son of Robert and Margaret Kirby, bapt. 
1727 Jan. 30 Robert, sou of Robert Kirby, bur. 

1731 Sep. 18 Robert, inf. son of Robert Kirby, bur. 
1735 Jan. 10 Robert Kirby, 41, bur. 
1752 Oct. 27 Margarett, widow of Robert Kirby, 58, bur. 

[ 7'/co entries no erased as to he illegible.'] 

1717, June 18. Daniel Brown & Anne Watson. 

1717, June 22. Thomas Staninet & Sarah Samson. 
1693 June 20 Sarah, daughter of Roger Sanison, bapt. 

1718 A|)ril 23 Stephen [^allered frntii ,](ji\\\\], how o^ Thonuis [^altered from ,]o\\u] 
Stauinoiiglit, bapt. 

1720 Oct. 3 'JMioniMS, son of Thomas Staninought, bapt. 
1727 Sep. 17 Tiiomas Stanninott, bur. 
1768 Dec. 6. Sarah Stannanet, 62, bur. 

1717, July 1. Thomas Emberton & Elizabeth Marshal. 
I I'oHsibly Hei;oiid mai'riuge of the TIhjuuih Mmljerton married at Claphani 
22 Sop. 1713.] 

1718 April 20 ]*]lizal)eth, daughter of Thomas fimmcrton, bapt. 

1719 April 7 Thomas, son of Thomas Emnierton, bapt. 

1717, July 28. George Weatherby & Elizabeth Winnington. 
1681 Nov. 27 Elizabeth, daughter of Tho. Winnington, bapt. 
1746 April 16 Elisabeth Wetherby, widow, W[ork] H[ouse], bur. 

1717, Oct. 17. John Thatcher & Joanna Fuller. 
1692 Nov. 10 John, son of Geoi'ge Thatcher, bapt. 
1718 Aug. 3 George, son of John Thatcher, bapt. 

1720 Nov. 20 Joanna, daughter of Jolm Thatcher, bapt. 

1723 Mar. 31 John, son of John Thatcher, bapt. 

* Communicated by Cecil T. Davis, Esq. — contiaued from p. 20-1. 



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Anne, daughter of John Thatcher, bapt. 

Thomas, sou of John and Joanna Thatcher, bapt. 

Michael, son of John aiul Johanna Thatcher, bapt. 

Amy, (laughter of JdIiu and .lohanna Tliatclier, bapt. 

Aimh;, daughter of John and Johaurui Thatcher, bapt. 

Anne, daughter of .lohii 'I'hatcher, bur. 

John, son of John Tliatcher, bur. 

Michael, inf. son of John Thatcher, bur. 

Thomas, inf. son of John Thatcher, bur. 

Amy, a child, daughter of John Thatcher, bur. 

Hannah, wife of John Thatcher, bar. [Possibly a mistake for 

Johanna. — 0. T. J).] 
John Thatcher, Fisherman, bur. ... 

Joanna Thatcher, 34, bur. 

i. John' Stock WELL ct Catharine Tannke. 

John, son of John Stockwell, bapt. 

William, sou of John Stockwell, bapt. 

John, son of John Stockwell, bapt. 

Catheriue, wife of John Stockwell, bur. 

William Stockwel, bur. 
[" Wife of ... . ]\Iousley applying this day to Vestry for a Parish Shroud and 
Coflin for one William Stockwell, a poor boy (but a non-parishioner) about 16 years 
of age, who died at his house, aud he (as ins wife pretended) not being in circum- 
stance to bury hiu). Ilcsoived same be sent." — Vestry Minutes, 2 Aug. 1741.] 

1717-18, Feb. 20. Jonathan Pauuatt & Mary Day. 
1719 Sep. 20 ]\Iary, daughter of Jonathan Parrott, bapt. 
17G7 Dec. 17 Jonathan Parrot, 77, bur, 

1717-18, March 3. William Oliver & Elisabeth Shaw. 
1C8G ]\Iay 2 Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Shaw, bapt. 

1718, April 10. Pvorert Ives & Catharine Allen. 

1718, April 17. William Powell & Margaret Thomkis. 

Thomas Leaky & Jane Higgs. 
Jane, sou [sic] of John Tliggs, bapt. 
i\rary, daughter of Thomas lieakie, bapt. 
William, son of Thomas Leaky, bapt. 
John, son of Thomas Jjeaky, bapt. 
Lewis, sou of Thomas Leaky, bapt. 
Anne, daughter of Thomas Leaky, bapt. 
Jane, daughter of Thomas and Jane Leaky, bapt. 
Mary, daughter of Thomas and Jane Leaky, bapt. 
John, son of Thomas aud Jane Leaky, bapt. 
James, sou of Thomas and Jane Leaky, bapt. 
George, son of Thomas and Jane Leaky, bapt. 
Lewis, sou of Thomas and Jane Leaky, bapt. 
John, inf. son of Thouuis Leaky, bur. 
James, inf. son of Thomas Leaky, bur. 
Lewis, inf. son of Thomas Leaky, bur. 
Anne, daughter of Thomas Leaky, bur. 
Thomas TiCaky, 74, bur. 
Jane Leaky, 74, bur. 



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11 


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1718, July 7. NioiioiiAS Smith & Anne Pain. 

1718, Aug. 24. Danikl Callard & EMSAitKrii Edmonds. . ' 

1718-11), Feb. a. RoBKiiT Palmer & Annk i\roTT. 
1727 Aug. 31 Aime, wife of Robert Palmer, bur. ■ . 

1719, April 21. Samuel Driver & Anne Ciiarlwood, 
1692 Sep. 21 .Sauuiel, sou of Charles Driver, bapfc. 

17J^ Feb. 4 William, sou of Samuel Driver, bapt. •'■■ ' 

1725- Jan. 17 Sanuiel, sou of Samuel Driver, bapfc. . •'■ '• 

1724 April 21 Samuel, son of Samuel Driver, bapt. ' ' ■'''-- 

1725 Nov. 2;} Anne, daughter of Samuel Driver, bapfc. 

1727 Oct. 20 Charlwood, son of Samuel aud Aune Driver, bapt. 

1729 Ai)ril 27 'J'homas, sou of Sanuiel aud Anne Driver, bapfc. 

17;iO Aug. i; Mary, daughter of Samuel and Aune Drivei-, bapt. 

17;!;5 May 2;} Sanuiel, son of Samuel aud Aune Driver, bajit. 

1729 Dec. 7 'riiomas, inf. sou of Samuel Driver, bur. 

17;5;{ July 22 Sanuirl, sou of Thouuas Driver, bur. '''> *-■<' ^'r' W-v,. i' : 

17;!;5 Sep. ;•} Sanuiel, inf. son of Samuel Driver, bur. ">.'•', ll-^h^ i>,^r:y--_^. 

1711 Nov. 15 Sanuiel Driver, 49, bur. 

17(;i May 14 Anne, widow of Samuel Driver, 72, bur. 

1778 Jan. 25 Chai'lwood Driver, 51, bur. • !' • > 

1719, May 2'J. Robert Philips & Mary Vincent. 

1721 Oct. 5 Mary, daiiglifcer of Robert Philips, bapt. ' *' 

1721 Feb. 14 'I'hoiuas, sou of Ivoberfc Philips, bapt. 

1724 Dee. 17 .lolin, son of Robert Philips, bapt. 

172G Mar. ;]1 ]\rary, daughter of Robert Philips, bapt. 

1727 Feb. 22 Frances, daughter of Robert aud Mary Philips, bapt. 
17;>0 Sep. 12 George, scjii of Robert and ]\Iary Philips, bapt. 

1730 Sep. 16 Geoi-ge, inf. son of Robert Philips, bur. 

[NoTK. — These may be the children of Jiobert Philips who married Mary 
Francis at Claphaiu ou 21 Aug. 1720.] 

1719, June 20. Richard Staninnot & Mary Daniel. 

1719, Sep. 7. William Siggins & Anne -Lougky. 

1719, Oct. 10. (iEORGE Blackburn & Jane George. 
170U Oct. 10 Jane, daughter of William George, bapt. 

1728 July 16 Jane, wife of George Blackborne, bur. 
[Second marriage of George Blackburn, at Wandsworth :— ] 

1730-1, Feb. 5. George Blackbourne, widower, & Catherine Blundall, 
widow. Banns. 

1719, Oct. 11. Farrington Hooper & Sarah DowNEs. 

1719, Dec. 24. William Waterfield & Elizabeth Smith. 
1721 Nov. 5 William, son of AVilliain Waterlield, bapt. 
1724 Jan. 30 Anne, daughter of William Waterlield, bapt. 

1726 July 13 William, sou of Williani Waterfeild, bapt. 

1729 Nov. 13 William Waterfield, bur. 

, 1719-20, Jan. 31. Henry Basting & Sarah Taylor. 
1720 Dec. 4 William, sou of Henry Basting, bapt. 



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1720 


Nov. 


19 


1728 


April 


23 


1782 


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1735 


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18 


1737 


Deo. 


25 


1731) 


Feb. 


2 'J 


1710 


Dec. 


1) 


1751 


Oct. 


5 



236 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEUALDIGA. 

1719-20, Feb. 23. (iKouaii; Sheimikud & Anne Brookton. . ■; . ..: 

1720, April 11. AVii.LiAM Hope & Eijuabktii Edmonds. 
1720 \uii;. II l''li/,;ilHMli,(liUif;iitcror l''/.okicl I'^dniouds, biipt. [Rzekiol Kdmonds 
iuiutumI 111, Oliiphiiiu 11 Oct. 1701.] 
]<]lizabcth, cliiui^litcr olMVilliiiiu Hope, biipt. ..J'' 

JOzekiel, sou of Williiun llu])e, bapt. ,:-",''.' 

Mury, daughter of AVilliaiii Hope, bapt. '; . 

Nicolas, son of William and Elisabeth Hope, bapt. '. ■;■ 

Joliri, son of William and Elisabeth Hope, bapt. ;| ,' 

Jane, daughter of William and Elisabeth Hope, bapt. 
James, son of William and Elisabeth Hope, bapt. ■ c: 

Eh'sabeth, y^ wife of William Hope, bur. '. 'V ,'' 

William Hope, W[ork] H[ouse], bur. 
Ezekiel Hoi)e, 27, bur. ■ ^ .' " .: -'' 

1720, Aug. 21. RoREUT Philips &■ Mary Francis. 

[Note. — A Kobert Philips married Mary Vincent at Clapham on 24: May 1719. 
Possibly the children listed at that entry may be tlie children of this couple.] 

1720, Sep. 4. Samuel Wellden & Mary IjETT. 
Mary, daughter of John licott, bapt. 
Sanniel, sou of Samuel AVelding, bapt. 
Samuel, son of Samuel Welden, bapt. 
Ptichard, son of Sanniel Wellden, bapt. 
Francis, son of Samuel Welden, bapt, 
]<]leaiu)r, daughter of Samuel and Mary Wellden, bapt. 
^^ary, daughter of Samuel and Mary Wellden, bapt. 
Edward, son of Samuel and JMary Wellden, bapt. 
Anne, daughter of Sanuiel and Mary Wellden, bapt. 
Gi-ace, daughter of Sanuiel and Mary Wellden, bapt. 
Ivlward, inf. son of Samuel Wellden, bur. 
J\lary, ye wife of Samuel Welden, juur., bur. 
Samuel, y^ son of Samuel Wellden, 16, bur. 
Orace, inf. daughter of Samuel Wellden, bur. 
Eleanor, daughter of Samuel Wellden, junr., bur. 
Samuel Whecldon, G8, bur. 

James Plank & Sarah Bristow. 
.John, son of James Plank, bapt. 
Oharles, son of .fames Plank, bapt. 

IVitor, son of James Plank, bapt. 

.Joseph, sou of James aiul Sarah Plank, bapt. 

.lames Planck, bur. 

Sarah Plank, widow, AV[ork] H[ouse], bur. 



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Dec. 29 


1727 


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1729 


Aug. 3 


1731 


Nov. 12 


1733 


Aug. 9 


1730 


Ai)ril 28 


1732 


April 22 


1737 


April 15 


1737 


Sep. 10 


1737 


Sep. 27 


171 L 


Mar. 2.3 


1703 


Nov. 


1720, Oct. 9. 


1721 


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1722 


Dec. 27 


1725 


Mar. 20 


1729 


July (i 


1731 


Jan. 15 


1738 


Nov. 8 


1720, Oct. 12. 


1094 


Feb. 17 


1095 


April 14 


1722 


Sep. 27 


172^ 


Feb. 27 


1728 


Sep. 8 


172S 


Jan. 4 


i7;'.o 


July 22 


17-11 


Oct. 11 



CnRiSTOPHER DoBSON & Mary Mouldiiam. i 

Mary, daughter of Tho. ]\touldham, bapt. | 

Christopher, son of William Dobsou, bapt. , ;i 

Isabella, daughter of Christopher Dobsou, bapt. 

Sarah, daughter of Christopher Dobsou, bapt. . 

Christopher, son of Christophei' and Mary Dobsou, bapt. 

Christopher, inf. sou of Christopher Dobson, bur. i 

Mary, wife of Christopher Dobson, bur. J 

Christopher Dobson, 40, bur. I 

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241 



Copf of 21311ilts;l)irf» 

From Wh-ls. 

Robert Cope of Edynton, co. Wilts, born=f:Aliee, widow of ... . Long, by whom she 
; died 1529. Will dated 1521. I lnul two children, William and Isabel. 



John Cope. Elizabeth. 






John Cope of Wormcliff in Box, co. Wilts, 1590.=t= 

I 



William Cope, born 



died .=pBarbara . . . 

I 



Anthony Cope. 
All alive 162G. 



Cope of ^nlforti ^3n'or?(* 

From Extracts obtained fjiom thk Registers. 
William Cope*=p? Anne ..... died 1C15. 



.1 .11 M , 

Jolm Thomas Cope, Michael Cope,t=r'f''"o William Cope, Margaret, born 



Coi)e. born 1596. 



born 
died 



born 
died 1800. 

Magdalen, 
born 1600. 



1612. 

Anne, born 
died 1603. 



Ill II 

Elizabeth, Panl Cope,t born Maria, born 1629; Emma, born Elizabeth, 

born 1621. 16)V2 ; ? alive ? died 1668. 1620. born 1620. 

1.668. 



* See page 208. 

f The mimes Paul fiiul MicViael occur only in the Canons Ashby branch, but not the name 
William. 






v 



242 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIOA. 

» 

Cope of .^^alforti ^h'iov^ antr df^eiljneiton. 

Au]\i,s (Corn of Osbaston) : Qiiarlerlij, Krmine and azure, a chapcau tjulcH turned up 

of Uie first between two /jreijhounda cuurant in pate or. 
CiiKST : In front of a sattire coujied azure a greyhound courant or. ''• 



Jonas Cope of Salford Priors,=pSurah, da. of William Haynes ; 
born 1(;70 ; died 1740. bora lG8:i ; died 1715. 



William Cope, born=j=Anne Jonas Cope, born 1710 ;n=Elizabeth 



1705 ; died 1781. 



. born 



died 1785. 



1720 ; died 177-4. 



I I I I I I I 

Harali. John Cope. James Michael Thomas Cope=^Sarali, da. Jonas Cope, 

— Cope, Cope, of Hems- of Hugh born 174(; ; 

John Cope, born born worth, born Ham- died 1818. 

boiMil7(iO; ; Hal; 1757; died mersley. =j= 

died . died died 18l;{. 



Richard Cope. James Cope. Thomas Cope. Charles Cope, born 1782 ; 

died 1802. 



Thomas ('ope, born 1708 ;-T=Mary, da. of . . . . Cope ; born 1707 ; died 1785. 
died 179i3. 



I I . . 
James Cope,=p Thomas Cope of Hnnning-=f=Patience Eleanor, da. of Elisha Bis- 
born 17;)(i ; ton Heath, born 17o8 ; coe of Holton Park, Oxon ; born 
died 177;5. died 1805. ; married 1770 ; died 



John Cope, born 17()1 ; died 1793. James Cope, born 1768 ; died 1790. 
John Cope, born 1788. 



]\Tartha, da, of John=pThomas Cope of Coventry,=pCharlotte Jane, da. of Henry 



IJoddington of The 
Chase, Kenihvorth ; 
born ; died 
1st wife. 



born 1772 ; bought Osbas- 
ton 1828 ; died 1887. 



Lntwyeh and widow of AVilliam 
Benn ; born 1770 ; died 1851. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Cope, born -^INfary Creenaway, da. of Francis Bennett Skeffington Cope, 
1799 ; died 18(J8. tioldney of Willow Brook, Eton. born ; died 

A 1 , s.p. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



243 



A| 



I I I M . 

Thonias=rAHooKate, da. of George Rev. Samuel Marianna Mary Elizabeth. 



Cope, born 
1810. 



Walker of Walthain- William (Ioik-, Sophia, 
■stow; mariMcd 187!). born 18 12. 



I'ileanor Anne. 



Thomas George Cope, born 1884. 



Ethel Mary Booker. 



BvflSB |)latc in l?cur» ¥M, CTIjapcl, J^rstminstcr. 



JOHN COPE, • " 

Entered the Army 1707 ; Colonel 1711 ; Colonel 39th Foot 1730 ; Lieut.-Colonel 
Horse Grenadiers, Colonel 5th Regiment Northumberland Fusiliers 15 Dec. 
1732 ; Brigadier-General 1735; 9th Dragoons in 1737 ; Major-General 1739 ; 
Colonel 7th Dragoons 17-11 ; in Flanders 1742, Lieut. -General ; at the Battle 
of Dettingen, 1743, distinguished himself ; Knight of the Bath 1745; Com- 
mander-in-Chief in Scotland February 1745 ; acquitted upon inquiry into the 
Battle of Preston Pans ; given a command in Ireland. M.P. for Orford, 
Sutfblk, 4 Dec. 1741. Died 28 July 17(;o ; buried at St. James', AVe^^tminster. 

He married Jane, youngest daughter of Anthony Duncombe* and sister to the 
first Lord Feversham. She died i>l Jan. 1770, having had an only daughter, who 
married 11 ]\[arch 1775, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Alexander lieith, M.P. 
iur Ti'egony, co. Cornwall. A son John is, I believe, mentioned in some letters. 
'J'here were Copes in Sud'olk, but I am unable to trace his ancestry. • 



Cojpe of tl)r iCratr iWinri^, 5:211 idduortl), Drrbjn 

William (\)pe of Farnoe, l)erl)y, and AVindley,=p 
Derby, born ; died 



AYilliam Cope, boi'n 

di.'d 



John Hood of Bardon.=Mary, married 1704. 
Ah]\is of Hood : Vair,(i rhiif or; over all a 
be/Ill (juh's charged milk three, mullets pierced 
argent. 



William Cope of Arnold, Notts, verderer Sherwood=pSarah, da. of Henry Sher- 



Forest, born 1712; died 17in. His son took the 
name of Sherbrooke. 



brooke ; married 175G. 



Ill II 

Three sons, all died Samuel Hainer Oates of Chapel=pSarah. .... 

without issue. Allerton. /jx a da. 

Arms of Cope, as borne by the Cope-Shkrhrookes : Argent, a chevron embattled 
azure bettveen three roues gules, slipped proper. 



* Aims of DUNCOMI!!': : /'<•/■ chrvron ardent and </iilr.i, thiro ttilhof.t' heads craunt countei 
'lionijitd. 



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Cope ot mnh}\ 

^'r:;!:^^^^!:^; . ^^^^;;;^^=^-^^/^t^-- • : • Hackcv. 2nd wife 



Aujis of CoMJ'TON : Sable, a or Ooape.* 
lionpassafitffvarda/it or between 
three esquires' helmets argent. 



Henry Cope of Duffield, died s.p., 
intestate. 



Arms of Hacker . 
Sahle, a cross vair between 
four mullets pierced or. 



Margaret= Henry Porter, took the name of 
Sl)erl)i-ooke. 



Cope of €\mxn\ 



Rev. Edward Cope, only son, Rector of Cannoek, co. StalTord, born 



T 



E<hv,u-,i Cope, only son, dipt. Warwickfihire Light Horse, born 17f.J ; died 1808. 



1^87 "di2,T4«'?''" ?Z»^S1T;!?"™-A>">? S-'PW?. "?• «f Kov. Tl,„™„s H„r- 



179U; died 1871 



Richard Cope, born 
; Capt. Lan- 
cashire Militia ; 
died 1880. 



wood of Haf,'bourne and Streatley, 
Berks ; married 182D. 



George Harwood Cope, born^Anne, da. of W. Mays 



1838; 14th (Prince of 
Wales's Own) Regt. ; Chief 
Constable of Chester. 



mor Williams, Lient. 
Cheshire. Yeomanry ; 
J. P. for Chester. 



Haden Cope, born Penelope, 

, Rector of born 
N. Malvern ; mar- = 

ried Elizabeth, da. Rev. 

of .... Norrih'. Canon 

=r Stock. 



Cecd Harwood Gerald Har- Noel Harwood 

Cope, born wood Cope, Cope, born 

1875. born 1878. 1881. 

Arthur Har- Eryl Har- Bertram Har- 
wood Cope, wood Cope, wood Cope, 
born 1870. born 1880. born 18U0 



1 Haden Cope, 2. Alfred Norris Cope, 3. Marian, 4. Kate, married, 1889 

boin ; born ; Rector of married Hon. J. E. Cross eldest 

died in India Dormingto_n, co. Herts. Edmund surviving son of Vis- 

-p,. , , — Ashton, count Cross. 

Elizabeth, da. of ... . Barrister. 

1 {can clerk. 



Thomas Berwick Cope, born 1841^Mary, da. of Sir Rupert Kettle. 
George Berwick Cope, only child, born 1870. 

{_To Iw rout ill tied.) 



* "Familitv3 Minonun Gentium" (Vols, xxxvii.-xl., Ilarleian Society's PublicationB). 




The Ri^/ir^^Honoumhk 
W'ilinol yilcoiiiil Lifb^aiie 



K. C. 




-M^ilmot Earlof Liftume, 



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33ooUpIntfd of ** 2ieamot, ^^^isfount ?l(i^l)urnr/* nnb 
of **aeilmot, C-nrl of ?li£(i)urnf/* - 

Tlieso two book[)lutos, the style of wliicli is very similai- (pfesnmiibly between 
170(1 and 1800), most probably belonged to the s^ame person, viz. A\'^ilniot Vaii<^lian, 
who, on li) Jan. 17GG, succeeded liis father as (Ith) Viscount Lisbiirne in tlie 
peerage of Jreland, being, ten years later, on 1 July 1770, created Earl of IJsburne 
in that kingdom, and who died (! Jan. I80o, aged 72. It is, however, not 
impossible that No. 1 may be as early as 1711, and may refer to the father of the 
above-named Peer, viz. to Wilmot Vanglian, who, on 15 Jan. 1740/1, succeeded his 
brother as (3rd) Viscount Lisburne, and who died 19 Jan. 17G6. It is also possible 
(though hardly likely) that No. 2 may be as late as between 1800 and 1820, and may 
reler to Wilmot Vaughan the 2nd Earl of Lisburne, who succeeded his fatlier in that 
dignity C Jan. 1800, and who died unmarried G May 1820, in his G5th year. 

The arms quartered with tiie coat of Vaughan are those of the family of Wilmot, 
Earls of Rochester ; the first Viscount Lisburne having married, 18 Aug. 1G02, at 
8t. Giles' in the Fields, Malet, sister and coheir (in 1681) of Charles (Wilmot), 
;;rd Earl of Rochester, daughter of John, the 2nd Earl, the well-known favourite 
of Charles IL She died on 13 Jan. 1708/1), and her husband on 20 March 1720/1, 
l)eing parents of John, 2nd Viscount Lisburne, who died without male issue 15 Jan. 
17-10/1, and who was succeeded by his brother, Wilmot, 3rd Viscount liisburne, as 
above mentioned. 

G. E. C. 



Cljc Kcai^tcrs of 3Inhljcrrolu, co. aHorct^sitcr; 



Ink]}Ouuow. Copia Reg'i!, eoru' Qur l5Ai"riZATi, Sei'ULTi, kt Matrimonio 

CONJU'CTl IN ANh'O D'ni 1G13. 



Nomina r>aptizator'''um. 

Dorithea fiiia Cecilia Wilson. 

Anne filia Thomio Brooke. 

Dorothea fil. AVillmi. Rand. 

John fil. Johis. CHfFord. 

Richard fil. Edwardi Howes. 

Thomas fil. Thomas Raven. , 

Thomas fil. Johis. Blick. 

]\Largaret fil. Thonne Beddow. 

lioger fil. llenr. Lawgher. 

Elizabeth fil. Henr. Hunt. 

Georg. fib Richard Petford. ' 

John fil. Juh'is ilVeeman. 

Afaria fil. Johis. Wolmer. 

dolin ill. Ricliai'd lluband. 

* From the Tr.ansciipts in "Edgar Tower," Bishop's Register, 
t Conimuniciitcd by WILLIAM BUAUliliOOK, M.ll.C.S. 
VOL. IV., SERIES III. 



April 


7 


May 


22 


May 


2G 


June 


2 


Julv 


14 


July 


18 


Aug. 


11 


Aug. 


26 


Sep. 


19 


Oct. 


G 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


20 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


28 



\}i. 



! i 



IT 



246 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Maria fil. Robti. Dyson. ,, , . ',.'. .. ; ,.v^ '■. ,.;, 

Miiriii fil. Joliis. llif^gins. ^. - .,„ ... 

I'ldwiinl et Jolm filii Hdwardi Stovons. 

Thoniim fil. Joliis. IFunt. 

Thomas fil. Robti. Hrook. ,, 

Joanna fil. Tliomsc Bowles. , , /^ 

.Tana fi]. Sainnt'lis Hobday. ;' ' •■ 

Wilhnns. fil. AVillini. Bowghton. .' J 

Anna fil. AvLliuri Bagshaw. 

Tf„ ^of ^;r. wrrnxr o r r^TroT. TliG mark of X Richard Steward. 

Ita est vir : Hugh Glover. .j,^^^^^^^ jj^^^^^^ 



Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


2fi 


Fei). 


17 


Mar. 


9 


Mar. 


10 


Mar. 


IG 


Mill'. 


22 


Ma.-. 


2;5 


Mar. 


23 



'i 



Nomina Conjuqntorum. 



July 


1 


.Tohannis Bartly et Joanna 


Juggins, vid. 








Aug. 


G 


Jacobus Heming et Joanna 


]\larshall. 








8ep. 


14 


John James et Ann Godwic 


I, vid. 


■It 






Oct. 


28 


Richard Baylis et Jana Toms. 


I,'- 






Nov. 


G 


Robert Darby et Elizabeth 


Webb. 


!.■■ 






Nov. 


28 


Radolphus AVillis et Maria . 


, . . ., vidua. 








Ita est 


, vir : Hugh Glover. 


The mai 


•kof 


X Richard Steward. 












Thomas " 


ilARVEY. 



Nomina Sepultorum. 



Mar. 


27 


Joanna Smith. 


April 


22 


liichard Ballard. 


May 


27 


Dorothea ux. Tho. Boond. 


June 


2 


Elleucr Gibbs, puella. 


June 


2 


Ellener fil. j\Iai'ia Ffarvy.= 


July 


11 


Jana Jlichards, vidua. 


July 


11 


Richard tFarr. 


July 


28 


AValter Tayler. 


Aug. 


5 


Johannes l)avys de Dormston. 


Aug. 


12 


Elleucr fil. Tho. Houiiug, sen. 


Aug. 


27 


Joanna fil. Joins. Sale, 


Sep. 


20 


Elizabeth ux. Robti. Darby.J 


Sep. 


20 


Ellenor Dowly, 


Sep. 


20 


Joan Sauiucl, vid. 


Oct. 


2 


llVancis ux. Tho. lleming, junioris. 


Oct. 


G 


Edwardus IFomau. 


Oct. 


21 


Mathias Joh'is ^^athc\ves. 


Nov. 


2-1: 


Thomas AVillis, scnor. 


Jan. 


10 


Jana ux. Tho. Hnnt. 


Jan. 


10 


.... uxor Itichard Syms. 


Jan. 


12 


ffrancisca fil. Tho. Heming, junioris. 


Jan. 


27 


Alicia ux. Henr. Gritfiu. 


Mar. 


10 


Johannis Smytli. 


■ Ita est ver : Hugh Glover. "^''^ ™ 



/ 



X Richard Steward. 
'J'homas Harvey. 



X The entries throughout marked with a double-dagger [thus, J] are very indistiact. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 24i7 

TNKnoiiROw. CopiA RioQi.sTRi p'ociiiA DK Inkijorrow PRO Anno D'ni 1G15. 



Nomina porum qui Jiapfizatl f Here. ' ,'■' 

Henricns fil. llenrici Bristo. 

llenrici fil. Tho. Stevens. 

Tho. fil. Tho. Hobday. ' •. v " - 

Will. fil. Wilmi. Weaver. , . v • 

Joh'es fil. Robt. Rush or Biish.:j: 

Margeria fil. Thoina3 Allen. . ,,...'(> 

Abigail fil. Oeorg. Hradlbrd. ."' , , , . 

Francisca fil. Richard iliggett. 

Maria fil. Robti. Asplin. 

Elizab. fil. Tho. Dyson. " 

Phili[)pa fil. Joliis. II(!yiies. 

Anna lil. Tho. Hagshaw. , ;. 

Johis. lil. Jacob Asplin. , ; .'^ . ' vi;,. . 

I'jllenora fil. Tho. ITnnt. 

Ketherine fil. Robti. jMarshall.J ;•/ 

Joanini fil. Tho. Ellins. ^ 

Alicia fil. lln'fridi i^lllins. 

Wilms, fil. Nicholas Hobday. ^ji,'-, . 

Tabita fil. Wilhni. Harvey. ' ' . rt 

Georg. fil. Georgii Leight. ' . 

Margeria fil. AVihni. Kydding. 

Kdizab. fil. Henr. Rallard. 

Ric'us fil. Richardi Windle.| 

Anna fil. Alexa'dri Wilcox. 

Johis. fil. Tho. Smyth. 

HeiH'icus fil. Johis. Oodwyn. ' 

Hugo fil. I[ug(jnis Glover, ministri ibi. 

Edward, fil. Johis. Savage. . 

Johis. fil. Robt. Steward. 

Elizabeth fil Ockley. 

Johes. fil. Johis \ i^ n i 

o- «i o- • 1) • i. ) hotii erased. 

— — Simon nl. Simonis Hristo . . / 

Nomina eoritm qui in Mairimonio copulafi in hoc anno 1G15. 

June 19 Johes. Sale et Margareta Best. 
Tho. Whyte et ]\largeria ffigget. 
Tho. Page et Susanna Heynes.f 
Johis. Dihvorth et Anna Hunt. 
Richard ]\rarshall & Emma Goodye. 
Ambrosius Barley & Jana Bullock. 
Georgiiis Packwood & Joanna Pai-ker. 
Johes. Hunt & Anna Heynes. 

Nomina eorum Sopull. in hoc anno 1615. 

Susannah Garret.:}: 
Joanna uxor Johis. Goar. 
Wilm. flreeman. 
Elizab. uxor Ambrosii Barley. 
Alicia filia Johis. Stevens. 
Alicia Heynes, vid. 
Alicia Norbei", serva. 
Willmi. Woolmer. 

X 2 



Mar. 


29 


April 2 
April 1 1 
April 11 
April 20 
April 20 
April 30 


May 
]\Iay 
May 
May 


1 

1 

7 

20 


June 


2 


June 


1] 


June 


U 


June 


16 


Sep. 


23 


Sep. 


23 


Nov. 


21 


Nov. 


2G 


Dec. 


7 


Dec. 


8 


Dec. 


19 


])ec. 


20 


Jan. 


14 


Jan. 


2S 


Feb. 


2 


Feb. 


4 


Feb. 


11 


Mar. 


3 


I\rar. 


U) 


Mar. 


21 



July 


24 


Aug. 


;i 


Sep. 


13 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


29 


Nov. 


30 


Dec. 


9 


Mar. 


29 


June 


7 


June 


24 


June 


27 


July 


12 


Aug. 


2 


Aug. 


10 


Sep. 


2 



248 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



Sep. 


8 


Sep. 


30 


Oct. 


1:5 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 


23 


Oct. 


24 


Nov. 


4 


Nov. 


10 


Nov. 


10 


Dec. 


3 


Dec. 


8 


Jan. 


3 


Jan. 


5 


Jan. 


G 


Feb. 


I 


Feb. 


G 


Feb. 


(; 


I'^eb. 


11 


Feb. 


12 


Feb. 


24 


I'^eb. 


2G 


J\Iar. 


8 


I\rar. 


28 



Henrici White, serva. 

TIenr. Ellins. 

]\Iaria uxor Alcxandri Wilcox. 

Catherine Pahner, vid. 

Ilichus. Leiglit. 

Jacobus Ileming, 

Georp:ii (J oar. 

Elizab. Wilcox, vid. 

Johes. Ireland. 

Anna uxor Willi, Farre. 

Hu'fredi Whonia'. 

Peregrina . . . ., serva. 

Johes. Savag. 

Elizab. filia Viduffi Griffin. 

Johes. Ireland. 

Johes. Steward. 

ITenrici Heynes. 

Anna fil. liichi. Griffin. 

Maria Steward, vid. 

Fortuna uxor Tho. Tabexto.J 

Vidua Willson. 

Tho. Hunt, sen. 

Richus. Higge. 



Concordat cu' oviginali. 
Hugh Gloyek, Vii 



Ita est : 
, ibi. 

('/(' l(! continurd.') 



Thomas Darby, 
Wu.l'm X Palmer, 



Churchwardens 



^Dctiigrcc of (!5nultici\* 



Henry Ganltier,t^Fi'nn(;oise .... (half-sister to James Guy de Seignon, 



of Angoulesme. 



a refugee settled at Dublin). 
1708 Tproved 23 Feb. 1708-D. 



Will dated 20 Dec. 
(P.C.C.) 



James Gaultier, b. at Angoulesme; natui'alized by Act of Parlia-- 
ment 12 Will. III. (1700) ; Merchant of Lime Street Square ; 
])irector of the French Hospital 1720, and Governor 1745. 
Will dated 25 Apr. 1744; proved 27 Jan. 1747. (P.C.C, 
13, Strahan.) 



=Martha, dau. 
of Elie Cot- 
tiby, Mer- 
chant of 
Poictiers. 



Ann, 1). 28 Nov. and=j=William Janssen, of Hill Street (4th son of Sir Theo- 
bapt. in'I'liroadncedle dore ^lunsseu, K'nt., l)t., and M.P., by Wiiliamza, dau. 

Street 7 Dec. 1712 ; of Sir Robert Henley), b ; d. G June 17G8. Will 

d. Jan. 1737-8. dated IG Aug. 17G7 ; proved 28 -June 17G8. (P.C.C, 

A 246, Seeker.) 



» Comimuiicnfcd by ITiCNUY Waoneii, Est]., F.R.A. 

f AiK)llicr llonri (iRullici' cuiiio Irorn (.'iicii, hoii ol' Nicholaa (Jaullier niid .hulitli du IJonnofoy. 
llo luiido liiu rctwniKusiidni'c at J)ovor J;» V\'Xk 1(188. 



M/N(;KJ>I>ANKA GKNKAJiOfHCA ET UKRALUICA. 



249 



A| 



('(ditfyiii". A;/;/',', If/, fit — John ni;u;kwoorI, 

Ht, George's, f fanover d 1780, and 

Square, 22 July 1707; d. bur. 14 Dec. ut 
B.p. 9 March 1804 and Cray ford ; Capt. 
bur. ut Crayford, co. in theDutchlilue 
Kent. Guards. 



WiWi'dniza, 
rn. If; Apr. 

1778. 



-.Uon. Lionel Darner 

(ord son of Josepli, 
J St Earl of Dor- 
chester), b. JG Apr. 
1748 ; d. s.p. 28 
May 1807. 



Frances,=Samncl Pcchell, bapt. in= 
b. 19 Oct. Dublin I C Jan. 171 5-16; d. 
andbapt.7 s.p. 1782; of Jiichmond; 
Nov. 1713; a Master in Chancery; 
in., as first elected a Director of the 
wife, 1746; French Hospital 1752. 
d. 2 Dec. Will dated 16 May 1778; 
1767. proved IS I\Iay 1782. 

(P.C.C, 216, (iostling.) 



:Margaretta,5thdau. 
of Sir Philip Hales, 
3rd Bart, (and sister 
to Anne, Countess of 
Radnor); m. 1769 ; 
d. aged 70, and bur. 
at Richmond 16 
Nov. 1807. Second 
wife. 



I I 

Martha, d. 31 
Oct. and bapt. 
20 Nov. 1714. 

Marianne, b. 
25 Sep. and 
bapt. 12 Oct. 
1715 ; seem- 
ingly d. young. 



Matthew Lou-: 
bier, of St. 
Peter-le-Poer, 
Merchant. Will 
dated -1 Apr. 
1752 ; proved 
22 Mny 1758. 
(P.C.C., 158, 
llutton.) First 
husband. 



:CaLheriiic Elizabeth,=S!r John Baptist ZaciiarySil- 



b. 28 Jan. and ba|)t. 
1 3 Feb. 1723-4. Her 
respective marriage 
settleinents were 
dated 10 May 1748 
and (') Aug. 1773. 
AVill dated 31 May 
1794 ; proved 26 
Sep. 1796. (P.C.C.) 



vestrc, Knt., M.l)., F.R.S., 
b. 24 June and bapt. at St. 
Pierre Tonneins 1 July 
1714; d. 8 Nov. 1789, 
leaving issue by his lirst wife, 
Catharine Aletta lOverardina 
D'Aulnis. Will dated 6 Apr. 
1786; proved 20 Nov. 1789. 
(P.C.C, 561, Macham.) See 
" Extinct Baronetage." 



Margaret 
Marianne, 
b. 12 and 
bapt. 22 
Oct.1726. 



ITcnry Oanltier, b. at^Muriauno, dan. of Jean ]\Tar- 
Angoulesme ; natu- tin Couvreu ; b. 25 Aug. 
1685 ; m. (under Archbp.'s 
licence of 14 Nov.) at Huu- 
gerford French Chapel 22 
Nov. 1704; d. s.p. 27 Aug. 
1767. Will dated 15 Sep. 
1766; proved 9 Oct. 1767. 
(P.C.C, 372, Legard.) 



ralized by Act of P 
liament, No. 32, ',) and 
10 Will. 111.(1697); 
of parish of St. An- 
drew Undershaft. 
Will dated 10 Sep. 
1741 ; proved 26 Apr. 
1746. (P.C.C) 



Frances-=pRene do Sauniercs 
de r Hermitage, 
settled as a refugee 
in St. James', 
Westminster. 
Adm'on granted 
to his widow 2 
Jan. 1730. 



Frances. = Francis Noguier, 



Will dated 27 
Sep. 1757 ; 
pi'oved (by Ste- 
phen Teissier 
and Matthew 
Loubier)7Apr. 
1758. (P.C.C, 
123, llutton.) 



of East Green-" 
wicili. Adm'on 
granted to his 
widow 13 March 
1752. 



Marie, m. at the= 
French Chapel 
Royal -1 May 

1732; d 

Will dated 6 
June 1761 ; 
proved 10 Apr. 
1762. (P.C.C, 
161, St. Eloy.) 

D 



=Capt. Peter de la Primaudaye, 
settled as a refugee in the 
parish of St. James', West- 
minster, but died at Cartha- 
gena. Adm'on granted to 
his widow 17 July 1741. He 
had beeu elected a Director 
of the French Hospital 2 July 
1740. 



^1 \ 

\ 1 



a ] 
\ 5 



250 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



D| 



I I I 

IV'tci", 1). pL'tcr ircnry Alexiiiider Jiiipi-iinaudaye,^ 

17o;; ; (1. b. 17 July nr>i) ; d. 20 .Jan. 17'J3. 

you Hi;'. AVill dated 16 Dec. 1789 ; proved 31 

— -lau. 1793. (P.C.C, 36, Dudwell.) 

Henry, ]\Iercliaat of Austin Friars ; became a 

b. and d. Director of the French Hospital 10 



1734. 



Oct. 1759. 



=Jane, dau. of Stephen Teis- 
sier by Eh'zabeth his wife 
and cousiii-gernian, dau. of 
Charles Loubicr ; b. 29 Sep. 
and bapt. 15 Oct. 1737 ; m. 
1759 ; d. 26 Feb. 1807. 



I I 

Marie, b. and Francis Laprimaudaye, b. 1739 ; became=Elizabeth, widow of ... , 
d. 1736. a Director of the French Hospital? Jan. Gillett ; m. at Maryle- 

1761, then of Berwick Street ; living in bone 8 Oct. 1772. 

1783 in France. 



^noUi JFamilp of aeantrs\«oitIj.* 

Aujis. — Per /esse embattled azure and argent three antelopes'' heads erased counter - 
chanijed, liorned or, Snow. 

Richard Snow of Chicksands, Beds^pElizabeth, da. of . . . ."Cavendish. 



. T 



.1 I . ' 

Daniell Snow, s.p. Rebeoca=pWilliain Gery, Bushnieads, Beds. 

'^. 

William Bynd,=pAlliee, da. of R-^ Cole- John Bowyer of^EIizabeth, da. of 

AVakeliursL, j)epi)er of Wakehurs. Camberwell. liobert Di'apcr, 

Sussex. Camberwell. 



ED\VARD=j=Emma=John Bowyer, John=pElizabeth. Catlia-=:Sir Edmond 



SNOW.ob. 
1587. 



ob. 2 J une 
1623, s.p. 



Bynd, 



i 



rine. Bowyer. 



Edmond Conquest of Houghton Conquest, Beds.^Joane, da. of W"" Button of 
(P.C.C, F 41, Populwell.) Amphill, Beds. 



I 
William Albaney.=prhoniazin, da. of S'' Rich'^ Conquest=pDoroihy, da. of 
(P.C.C, 17, Drury.) R^i Butle, Lond. I Rob^ Hewet. 

A B C 



Communicated by CnGiL T. DAVIS, Esq. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IllSRALDICA. 

R j , • 



251 



I -T- I I I 

Elizabeth. S"- Ro])'=^AIlice, mai"! 2 Feb. Siuali, loiir'i 10 Au.i,'.^-Sf UichurU 
Albaney. I 1G07-8. .1C07. I CoiKjueBt. 



II I I III 

Eniine. 1. Robert Albaney, 2. William Albaiiey, Frances. Linine. 

— 10 y'- old 1G23. 8 y' old 102:3. — . 

Allice. Thoraazin. 



xVtibrey, in his " Natural flistory of Surrey," gave a transcript of an inscription 
at Wandsworth, Surrey, now lost : — 

" Here lieth the Hody of Edward Snow, of Chicksands in the county of 
Bedford, esquire, in memory of whom Emma his wife, dau,<?hter to William Byne, 
in the County of Sussex, escpiire, erected this monument, lie had issue Elizabeth, 
Aliok, and Sarah. He deceased at the Mannor of iVlfarthing Anno Dom. 1587." 

Edward Snow was second son of Richard Snow (AVill proved P.C.C. 1554, 
18, More) of Chicksands, co. Bedford, and his wife Elizabeth (Will proved P.C.C. 
1587, 17, Spencer), a <i;entlewoman of the Privy Chamber to Queen b^lizabeth, and 
daughter of .... Cavendish, aunt to the old Countess of Shrewsbury. He married 
Emma, daughter of William Bynd of Wakcherst, Sussex, and his wife "Allice," 
daughter of IMchai'd Colepeper (»f Wakchcrst. After her husband's death in 1587 
she mari'ied John iiowycr, J.l'., second son of John Bowyer of Camberwell, Surrey, 
wlio died 2 June J(i2;), s.p. 

As the Parish Registers as well as the Churchwardens' Accounts for the parish of 
Wandsworth for 1587 are missing, there is no record locally of Edward' Snow. His 
name does not occur in the parish deeds, thougli in 1G()8 Cecily Riche assigns a lease 
of certain hinds belonging to the church to John Howyar, who was Lord of the Manor 
of Alfarthing in 1598. He appears to have received this manor from his grandfather 
Robert Draper, and Edward Snow was his tenant. 

'I'he will of Edwarde Siiowe of Alfarthing, par. Wausworthe, Surrey, is in 
P.C.C, 73, Spencer (1587). 

Ed ware! and Emma Snow had three daughters, Elizabeth, Alice, and Sarah. 
1607-S Feb. 2 Sir Robert Albany, Knight, married M" Alee Snow; at Wands- 
worth. (Wandsworth Parish Registers.) 

Sir Robert was son of William Albaney of London and his wife Thomazin, 
daughter of Richai'd Untie. 

Sir Robert and Alice had issue, Emme, Allice, Robert (set. 10 in 1623), William 
(a3t. 8 in l(]2o), Frances, and Thomazin. 

1G07 Aug. 10 Sir Richard Conquest, Knight, married M'* Sara Snowe ; at 
Wandsworth. (Wandsworth Parish Registers.) 

Sir Richard was second son of Sir Richard Con(iuest of Houghton, Beds, by 
Dorothy, daughter of Robert Hewet of Arapthill, Beds, l*]sq. 

Sir Richard and Sarah iiad one child, Emma. 

The family of William Bynd intermarried with that of John and Elizabeth 
Bowyer : John Bynd was fii'st hiishand of Llizaboth Bowyer ; Catharine Bynd was 
married to Sir Edmond Bowyer ; and Lmnui Bynd was mai'ried to Edward Snow 
and afterwards to John Bowyer. 

(See the pedigrees printed by the Harleian Society : "Visitations of Bedfordshire," 
pp. 1)7, 110 ; "Visitations of Surrey," pp. 26, 32, 116.) 



252 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDICA. 

JJlatrc^i— Blathbuni.* 



From tiik Fly-leaf of a Quarto Bjrlk, printkd by Dawbon, Benhley, 

, " ; - r ''-"ii-l^^} ''^'VJ >' ^^^^ OooKE. Oxford, 1807. 

This Bible belonged to John Blades, who was born at Stainton Hill in the 
county of Diirliani Doeeuiber 175J, and died at Broclvwell Hall, near Dulwioh, 
Surrey, November 1829, aged 77. He married in 178!) Hannah Robson, who was 
born 1766 and who died October 1796, aged 30, shortly after the birth of her only 
son. They had issue — 

I. Elizabeth Blades, born 10 January 1790 ; married 3 January 1822 her cousin 
Joshua Blackburn, younger son of her mother's eldest sister. She died 
2 January 1860, aged nearly 70 ; he died 8 June 18-10, aged 49. They had 
issue — 

1. Joshua Blackburn, of whom see below. 

2. Eliz:d)eth, born 1824 ; died unmarried 1843, aged 19. 

3. liydia, burn 14 July 1826 ; she mai-ricd I)ec(!mber J 853 Rev. George 

Scratton, and had issue by him: Edward Joshua Blackburn 
Scratton, born 19 September 1854, and William (?) Howell 
Scratton, born 9 July 1859. 
; i.v; '.;.;:( ^ Catharine, born .... 1828 ; she married 25 May 1858 George Bulk- 
ley, and had issue : Catharine Elizabeth, born 16 l^'ebruary 1859 ; 
George (AH'ord or Alfred) Bulkley, born 14 October 1860 ; 
Edmund (? Wilford) Bulkley, born 20 April 1862 ; Helen Lydia, 
born May 1865 ; and a son, born 30 May and died 19 June 1866. 
She died 11 June 1866, aged 38. 

5. Eleonora, born .... 1830 ; died unmarried 1851-, aged 20 [sw;]. 

6. Edward Blackburn, born 31 August 1832 (of Kiiigsclere, co. Hants), 

unmarried. 

IL Caroline Blades, born 31 December 1791 ; married .... 1828 Rev. Edwin 
Prodgers. She died 4 March 1863, aged 71 ; he died 5 December 1861, 
aged 75. They had issue — 

1. Caroline, born .... 1829 ; married .... 1862 Gi ... . Battista 

(Jiacometti. 

2. Emily, born .... 1831 and died unmarried 1850. 

3. Edwin Prodgers, born .... 1833; married 1864 Elizabeth E. 

Swettes (?). 

4. Herbert ]*rodgcrs, born .... 1835 ; married 1860 E. C. Phillpots. 
III. Laura Bjades, born 1793 ; died unmarried 1870, aged 76. 

IV. John Roijson Blades, born 1796 ; died unmarried 1826, aged 30. 



Joshua Blackburn, eldest son, born 5 December 1822 ; married 5 February 
1853 ]\rary Ann Smiles, born 7 March 1823, and has issue — 

1. Joshua John Blades Blackburn, born 16 April 1855. 

2. Henry Robson Blackburn, born 2 April 1857. 

3. Mary, Imrn 5 November 185!). 

•I. Elizaibeth KaLlierine, born 2 February 18G3. 
5. Eleanor Margaret Anne, born 19 December 18(i4. 
The original is in places almost illegible through alterations and interlineations. 



* Coininimicutcd by U. HoviCNOEK, Esq., F.S.A. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIKRALDIOA. 253 

iHomimrntnl JncfrnptionsJ 

IN 

Outside the Cjiuiicu. 

Over the North or Principal entrance to the Church is the following inscription 
on a tablet over the central door : — 

Tj[is Church was erected 

At the expense of the Parishioners 

And Consecrated iv Feb^ a.d. mdoccxvii. 

The Rev*! Archdeacon Heslop, D.D,, Minister. 

The Duke of Portland, 1 ,., „..,„, . „.. 
^„ T , . n, „ r D.Jr„ > Churchwardens. 
Sir James (tRaham, Bart., j 

(lEORGE Allan, "In 

T TT ' > Sidesmen. 

John PlUSSell, j 



On the Apse at the South end is the following inscription : — 

St. IMarylebone Parish Chvrch. 

This dedication Stone op the 

New Chancel was laid 

"In the Najle of the Father and 

OF THE Son and of thk IIolv Chost" 

On AvOVST VIII, MDCCCIiXXXlV, 

By Mrs. Gladstone. 

AVILLIA5I Barker, M.A., Rector. 

W. ]T. B. I'oRTMAN, M.P., Crown Ciivrchwarden. 

FiiANois lIiCKs, Crown Sidesman. 

PiiiLii' Wilkinson, Parish AVarden. 

V. 11. BvRGESs, Parish Sidesman. 

Thomas Harris, Architect. 



In the Vestry. 



A plain slab of white marble on a black background : — To the Memory of | 
Tlui UcV' Luke IIeslop, D.D. | Archdeacon of Bucks and | Rector of St. Marylo- 
bonc. I lie died 2;!'' dune 18l'5 | Aged 8G Years. 



A similar slab : — To the Memory of | The ReV John Hume Spry, D.D., | 
Canon of Canterbury | and | Rector of St. Marylebone. | He died 11"* November 
1804 I Aged 77 Years. 

Lobby on the East side of the Church. 

An oval tablet of grey marble on a white background, inscribed : — This Tablet 
was erected | By the Rector & Vestrymen of St. Marylebone | In ]\Iemory of | 
William Brook, Churchwarden, ( Who after 3'ears of active service for the 
Pai'ish I Honoured by those who saw liis conduct in j)ublic o(tice: | Beloved by 
those who knew his Virtues in Private Life : | and lamented by all : | Died in his 
year of Office 1881, Dec. '29 | Aged 89 Years. 

* Couiiiiuiiicated by A. P. G. Leveson Gower, Esq. 



254 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Ill this Lf)l)l)y arc also some old sliolvos for bread, removed no doubt from tlie 
Pai'isli (Muipel (idi'iiierly Pai'ish (Miiirch), and boaritifi^ the f'ollowitij^ inscription : — 
Tiio'* Vki!1-kv, late of this J\irish Ciave | KiKy Pounds, the Interest to be Given | 
in Twelve Penny lioaves, to the | Pool', every Sabbath day for Ever, 1G92. 



In the Chancel. 



A brass, inscribed : — This Tablet was erected by [public subscription in loving 
memory of | William FIodgb, | sometime Precentor and Ort^^anist | of this Church, 
and sub-organist of | 8. Paul's Cathedral, | in token of regard for his high 
character | and musical attainments; j Who died July 15'^, 18t)5, Aged 33. | A 
Prize called "The Hodge Memorial Prize" | was also established at the same 
time. I (January 1896.) 



Below East Gallery. 

Sacred to the Memory of | Rachel, | Wife of Colonel J. B. Taylor, | Ob' 
3P' March, 18M, Ai^ -fO Years. 

This Tablet is erected | by her afFeotioiiate Husband, | as a lasting Memorial of 
liis respect | for her inestimable worth | and exemplary virtues. 
[Beneath is a coat of arms.] 



A brass tablet, inscribed: — In Memory of | Walpole Ryre Greenwell | of 
St. TMaryleboiie | whose body rests in the | Cemetery at East Fiiichley | Born 
ll'i' November 181!) | Died 13"' March 1897. 

[Above the iiiseription is engraved a coat of arms with motto, " Viresco."] 

A monument of white and grey marble surmounted by a vase :-^Erected to the 
Memory of | Ginbhrt Hall, Esq'« | A Native of Edinburgh ; | formerly a Surgeon 
in the Service of | the honourable the East India Company | at Calcutta; | but late 
of Manchester Street, | Manchester: St]uare; | Who died on the 2U''' of March 
1820, I Aged r)8 Years, | and is interred in the vault | of this Church. 

Also of Mary liis niece, the Wife of | D'' C. Rogers, \ of the Hon"'^ East 
India Company's Service, | Who died on the 5"' Dec"" 1827 | Aged 54. 
[Beneath is a coat of arms.] 

A white and grey marble monument :— Sacred | to the Memory of | Lieut: 
General WiLLiAM S-^ Ekqer, | who commenced his Military Life at the | Age of 
IG years, in the 17"' L'' Dragoons | then serving in America: | He highly dis- 
tinguished himself by his | gallantry in that and other Regiments, | and obtained 
piihlic thanks : | lie also si-rved during a lung and honourable | career to the latest 
period of health, | in Europe and Asia, | and after a life of unremitted exertion | in 
the service of his country | Departed this life on the 28"' of March 1818, | in the 
58"' Year of his age. 



A white and grey marble monument with coat of arms above inscription : — 
Sacred to the Memory of | Sir William Eraser, Bar', E.R.S. | One of the elder 
Brethren of the Trinity House | and formerly a commander | in the Hon'^'^ g^st 
India Company's Naval Service. | He departed this Life, at his house in Bedford 
Square | on the l;i"' of Eebriiary 1818, in the 78"' Year of his Age; | leaving a 
Widow I with three Sons and eleven Dauirhters. 



A marble monument surmounted by an urn with weeping figures: — Sacred to 
the Memory of | Edmund Alexander Howard, Esquire, | Son of the late 
Gerhard Howard, Esi^uire, | of Frognell Hall, Hampstead, | a Magistrate and 
Deputy Lieutenaut for the County, | and a relative of the 10"' Duke of Norfolk, I 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA KT IIIOII ALDICA. 255 

who (lied at liis hoiusu in York I'liicu, I'orLaiiiu S(iiiaro | on tlie 11"-'' March 1827, 
Ag-od ()0. I Also of I IlioNuiMTTA Mauia ('haui.ottb ilowAiU), I relicL of thu 
above, | wlio died at her hoiiKo in York Phu;e, Portinan Square | on tlie 27'''' Sep- 
tember 1847, A,i;(!d tii). I Their Remains ai'e in a Vault in this Church. 
On the urn Hurmountin^- the monument the followini^ inseription : — 

Near to lliiH spot, till- iislicB n'st "" i 

Of lionnrcd wuitli tliu spirit blest ; 

Wlio mild, Iiuinam;, generous iiml just, 

Saiiil like Ills soul ere freed from dust 

A tender Jiusbiuid, friend sincere p „,. .:• • ■ - ,/-■' 

The kindest Father claims a tear, ' ' 

And sweet affection yields a sigh 

Recording angels write on High 

A Widow, Daughter sad deplore ' ' ' - 

Him on earth they know no more 

Nor ere can time this grief remove 

The Pledge of Everlasting love. 

[Above the urn a coat of arms.] 



A small whit^e marble monument on a grey marble background, Burmouiited by 
a martyr's crown : — Sacred | To the memory of ( Anna Makia | The wife of | 
Gkoiuje Carrington, Escp'^ | of | Missenden Abbey | in the | County of Bucks, j 
Obiit 19"' August | 1829. 



A window, having beneath a brass plate inscribed: — To the Glory of God this 
window I was placed here by the ]\Iember8 of ( the St. Murylcbone Guild Feb. 1, 1885. 



A white marble monument surmounted by a vase : — Sacred | to the memory of | 
'Benjamin Howton, Esq' | upwards of sixty years a resident | of this parish | who 
depai'ted this life | (m the 11"' of March 18 i 9 | in the 81'* year of his age | much 
regretted by his relations | and friends. | His remains ai'c deposited in the vault 
beneath. 



A white marble slab : — In memory of | Isabella Mary | wife of John 
FAiRLiii, Esq'"'= I Born 17"' March 1807, Died 23''' January 1830. | John | infant 
son oi' John and Isaiuolla Mary Faiumk | Born 9"' February 1828, Died 8"^ 
January 1829. | John Canthuuury | infant son of John and Louisa Fairlik | 
Born ;;o"' May I8;;r), Died 13"' June 1835. | Isabella Louisa | Eldest daughter 
of.loiiN and f.ouisA EAiiiLiiO | Burn 11"' November 1832, Died 3P' Jan. 1813. | 
liOUJSA I second wife of .loiiN Eaiiilik, Esip'^' | Born 3''' October 1809, Died 2'"* 
Ai»ril 1813. 



A small white marble monument on grey mai'ble background : — Sacred | to the 
memory of | Ci-kmkntina | wife of | vice A\lm' Sii' Pultkney Malcolm, K.C.B. | 
and daughter of | the il(m''''^ | William Fullerton Elphinstone | Born 14"' April 
1775 I Died Nov' 19"', 1830. 



Between thcRC two lust motnnncnts a window with inscription beneath on a brass 
plate: — In Memory of PhnvARi) IjAMBERt of York Terrace, JlegeuD's Park, died 
4"' March 1881. The gift of his Widow Ann Alderson Lamblr'I". 



White marble ta))let surmounted by an urn :— Underneath | are deposited the 
remains of | Majur Airriruu UALfouii | Boi'u at Ballingoy in Fifeshii'e 1752 | Died 
the 14"' of November IK17. | At a very eai'ly age he entered into the service of | 
the ]<]ast Lidia Company in Uengal where he was | much esteem'd both in public 
and private life | Amiable and benevolent in his dis[)osition and of | the strictest 
honor and integrity he was | highly respectixl and beloved by all who knew him | 
by his relations and numerous IViends. 

This tablet to his memory is placed by his | afflicted brother. 



256 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

A small white marble tablet :— Sacred | to the memory | of Joseph Fernandez 
Madiui) I envoy extraordinary and minister i)lenii)otentiary | from the Republic of 
Colombia to his Hrittanic Majesty | Boni February 2PS 1789 | Died June 28^'', 1830. 

Erected by his most atl'ectionate wife As son. 



A white marble tablet surmounted by coat of arms :— Sacred | to the memory 
of I John Kebh, Esquire | of Gloucester Place, Portman Square | and Donnington 
(Jrove, Herks | Who died 27"' of September 1830 | in the 7(i"' year of his age. 

Alst) of Jankt liAURANCE Bebb widow oi' the above | who died the 7^'^ of April 
18r)0 I in the 85"' year of lier age | deeply lamented. 

Between these is a window with insci-iption on brass plate beneath : — In loving 
Memoi-y of Robert Stanley Mansel who died in tl)is parish March 15"', 1881, 
Aged 51 years. 



A grey and white marble monument surmounted by an urn : — Sacred | to the 
memory | of Uop.kkt Pownioy, Esq''^' | who departed this life the 15"' of October 
1817 I Aged sixty-two years | Universally beloved and most deeply lamented | by 
his relatives and friends. | His remains are deposited in a vault beneath. 

A wliito marble monument, at the top the word "Vivit" in a wreath : — Near 
this place arc | deposited the remains of | Maroaret | Countess of Clonmell | 
IJeliet of John, Earl of Clonmell | Lord Chief Justice of Ireland. | Asa wife and 
mother | lier conduct was truly admirable | Her morals were not only blameless | 
but exemplary ( her benevolence was extensive | without ostentation | her piety 
sincere | without siiperstiti(m. | She expired | on the fifth day of November | in the 
Year of our Lord IS2'.) | and in' the (17"' of her age. 



A similar monument having beneath a coat of ai-ms, and above "Vivit" in a 
wreath : — In a viiult | near this place are deposited | the remains of | Charlotte | 
CouNTHSs OF Beauchamp | only daughter | of John, 'first Earl of Clonmell | 
who departed this life | 2(i"' April 184G | in the 58"' year of her age. | John 
Reginald Pindar* | tiiird Earl of Beaitchami' | husband of the above | born 
at Madersfield Court | Worcester | 22"'' November 1783 | Died 22''"^ Jany 1853 | in 
the 70"' year of his age. 



Sacred to the memory | of | John, Lord Teignmouth | President of the British 
and ibreign \V\h\o Society | Erom its formation to his death a period of thirty 
years | x\nd formerly governor general of India | who died aged 82 years on the 
It"' of February 18;M | and of | his beloved and aifeetionate wife | Charlotte, 
Ladv TKHiNiMOLiTn | who died aged 73 years on the 13"' uf July of the same year. | 
Their mortal remains are deposited in a private vault | beneath this church. 

Sacred also to the memory | of their children who departed this life before 
them I Caroline Isabella, and Emily, | who died in their infancy in 171)3 ; | 
and whose remains are buried under the church | of Ottery St. Mary in the county 
of Devon | and of | Captain the Honourable Henry Dundas Shore | formerly 
Lieutenant of His Majesty's 4"' Reg' of Dragoon Guards | who died in the South of 
France whither he had repair'd | for the restoration of his health | shattered by an 
eastern climate | on the 20"' of April 1820, aged 2G years. | A monument to his 
memory is ei-ect(!d ov(!r his grave] in the Protestant cemetery of Tiounmarin in 
the j Depai'tmeiit of Vaucliise. 

TLem also which sleep in Jcsiis will dod bring with him.— I Thesa. iv. U. 

Beneath is a coat of arms, and above an open book inscribed : — 

And I heard ;i voice j from lie.ivea sayiiif,' | unto nie write j Blessed are the | Dead which 
(lie in I tlie Lord from | licncefortli yea | saith the S])irit | that tiicy may rest | from their 
hiboiirw I and tlicir woiks | (h) follow them. 



A monument to Ue^nmild I'indar, third Karl 15eauchamp, is on North Gallery stairs, see jxiitf. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UERALDICA. 257 

A plain white marble tablet on a black backp:ronncl :• — Sacred to the Memory 
of I Colonel lluciii llKNiiY iMiTciiKiiL I ol" the f)!"^ liegiment ol' Foot | who served 
witli g'reat f^alhiiiLry and distinction | in several eain[)aign8 under | The J)nke of 
Wellington | in S[)ain, Tortngal it I'l'ance. | lie was tlie son of | Ilucnr Hkn]iy 
MiTOHioi,L, Msc]'- I of the (loniity of Cork | Married ;j"' Jnly I HO 1 | J.ady ilAiuiiKT 
IsAnioiiJ.A l<]LizAiiKTi[ SojM KitHKT | Daughter oC IIkniiy, 5"' DiJKK OK Ukaukout I 
and departed this J^ife April 20"^'', 1817 | in the -17"' Year of his Age | Sincerely 
beloved and regretted | by his Family and Friends. 



A white marble tablet surmounted by a coat of arms : — Sacred to the memory 
of I The Honourable Ellen Maiiy | The alfeetionate and beloved wife | of Captain 
Edwaud Charles Flktcheu of the 1"' Life Guards | and youngest daughter | of 
JouN,LoRD Teignmoutk I who died a few days after giving birth to her third child | 
on the 17"' day of January 1835 | Aged 31 years. | Her mortal remains aredejjosited 
by the side of those | of her parents in a private vault beneath this church. 

Also to the memory of '.riie Rev' Uoiuoirr Andkuron | Worn April 21)"', 17!)2, 
Died March 22'"', 18J3, Aged 50. | Married the iion'^''= Caroline 1). Shore, 3"' 
daughter of John, Lord Teignmouth, 



A plain white marble tablet, inscribed : — The mortal remains of | Lsabel | The 
wife of John Hardy, Esq. | mendjei- of Parliament | lor the liorough of IJradford | 
are deposited in a catacomb | under this church. | She died Janx 11"', 1834, 
aged 51 | leaving her husband ( her three sons | and eight surviving daughters | 
to lament the loss of a beloved wife | and exemplary mother. 



A white marble monument surmounted by military tro})hies, and having below 
a coat of arms : — hi memoi'y ol' | Lieu' General John Gordon | Hon''''' I'^ast liulia 
Company's Service | Eldest Son of | The Honorable Colonel Gordon | of Aboyne ) 
Died 2G Dec'' 1832, | Aged C7. 



A white marble tablet on grey background sui-mounted by an urn : — To the 
memory of \ Benjamin OAKLi^n', Junior | (Son of Benjamin Oakley of Tavistock 
Place) I who died 2P' November 1815 Aged J 7 years. | He was interred in the 
church of Tooting Graveney, | in the county of Surrey, j Removed thence by virtue 
of faculty from the bishoi)of Winchester | and deposited in the family vault beneath 
this monument | on the 15"' day of February 1817. 

Also of Fanny Oakley who died 10"' of February 1817 aged 11 years. 

Also of Benjamin Oakley father of the above, aged 77 | born at AVeobly, in 
Herefordshire, and died in Sloan St. April I'J"', 184-1 | esteemed and respected by 
all wlio knew liim. 

Also of Hannah Maroy Anna Oakley Pielict of the above | who died Jan>' 20"', 
1847, aged 73 years. | " Her eud was peace," 



Below North Gallery. . 

A white mai-ble tablet on black background surmounted by two vases : — Sacred to 
the memory of | Loiusa relict of G koroe Lit'I'LIO, Ks<f'' \ of Asnagh in the county of 
Lnngford, Ireland | Youngest daughter of the late William Hornuy, Lsq''' | of the 
Hook, Hampshire, and Portmaii Sipiare, London | who de])arted this life on 8"' May 
1834 I after a long and painful Illness | borne with christian fortitude and resigna- 
tion I Aged 03 years. 

Also to the memory of | John Hornby Little third son of the above, | who 
was taken from this world after much sulleriug; | on the 2!)"' December 1821), 
aged 33 years. 

This tablet is placed as a tribute of alfection | by her surviving children 1835. 



li 



258 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEIIALDICA. || 

A white mstrhle tablet siiimoiintcd by iiii lU'ii uiul two weeping boys, seated :" — 
Sacred to tlie J\Ieinory ol' | C1;AUI) UuK.sKi-ii, Msij''^ | Formerly incinber of council in -._,. 

the (Jovernrneiit of | Fort tSt. ricorj^e in the I'last Indies; | who having- finished a \(\ 

long course ol' active | and useful pul)lic service abroad, | and having been exemplary j^ 

in every relation of social life, ] '^riie lirtu friend, tlie attached kinsnuiu, | 'I'he 
atlectionate fatlier, the devoted husband | oi" those, who now thus record their 
loss ; I died | at an advanced age, | though far too soon for their happiness, | on 
the 17"' of April, in the year of Our Lord 1820. | lie was born in Edinbui'gh the 
18'" of Oct'' 17o3. ( His remains are deposited in a vault beneath tliis spot. 

Also to the memory of | I^konora | his beloved wife | who died on the 24^'' day 
of December 1829, | Aged 67 years. 

[Beneath is a coat of arms with motto, " Agitatione purificatur."] 

A white marble tablet on a grey marble background : — In a family vault beneath 
this chtirch | are iuteri'ed the mortal remains of j Thomas AVakui;;, Esrf | Who 
died on the 3P' July 1821 | in the 7o"J year of his age | sincerely regretted | by 
his surviving relatives and | by all who knew the benevolence | of his character and 
disposition. 

This tablet is also sacred to the memory of | Ashley George Warre | third 
son of John Ashley and Florence Catharine Warre. | lie died on o''' Llarch 
1833 in tlie fourth year of his age | and is interred in the same vault. 



A small nuirblc tablet with crest above and coat of arms beneath the inscription : — 
Sacred | to the memoiy of | Willl\.m IIumfrey | son of the Rev. WilIjM. (jIreen 
and FifANCKS llu.MPiruKY : | who departed this life the 1)"' of February 1831) | 
aged 32 years. | His mortal I'emains | are interred in | St. Marylebonc Bui-ial 
Ground. 



Sacred to the memory of Urban Vigors, Esq""", Lieutenant-General | in the 
Hon. East-India Company's Service. | An oificer distinguished in his publick and 
beloved in his doinestick character | early devoted to -a military lil'e | He upheld 
wilh honour the exalted character of his profession | during a long and arduous 
course of service | wliilc; he eipudly conciliated universal allection | by the amiability 
of his disposition and the unbounded | benevolence of his heart. | The united regard 
of some attached friends | has erected this monument to his memory | An humble 
tribute of their gratitude — a feeble record of his wortli. | He died April 10''', ]8ir). 
Aged ()8 ycai'S. 

[Above is a medallion and naval emblems, and beneath is a erost — a stag's head.] 

A white marble tablet : — To the memory of [ Tlie reverend Doctor John 
VARDiid- I Obit. Januai'y IC"', 1811, ^Etat. GO \ Rector of Skirbeck & Fishtoft, 
Eincolnshire | Fii'st and last Regius professor of divinity in Kings College, New 
York I where like his distinguished ancestor | Sir John Wardell of Wharfdale | 
he sacrificed his inheritance to public spirit | which his vigorous genius diffused | and 
his benign philanthropy ennobled. | This nuirble is oonsecratetl | by his widow and 
oidy daughter. 

[Above is a female figure veeeping by an urn, from which is suspended a medallion having 
on it a coat of arms.] 

A small white marble tablet : — David Clark, Esq''^ | late of Calcutta ( Born 
20^'' November 1779 | Died 18"' June 1838. | This tablet is erected | by a few of 
his many friends | to perpetuate the remembrance | of his steady friendship | and 
liberal munificence | unceasingly but unostentatiously | displayed during a long | 
residence in India | And by desire of his relatives | the name of his brother | is 
also inscribed on this tablet | John Clark, Esq"^ | Late of Jamaica | Born 
IG"' November 1778 | Died 14"' February 1814. | They are both interred in the 
same vault | beneath this church. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 259 

Sacred | to the much respected memory of | Wilijam Fairlik, Esq' | formerly 
of Ciilcntta I who depiirted tliis life 1'.)"' .fainiiiry 1825, | aged 72. | And also of | 
]\lARnAUKT, I wife of the above AVilliam KAiiUiiK, Vjwy \ who Died 2'"' March 
1.S'15 I aged u-\. 

[Ik'nciiUi is a coat ol' nnuH.] 



To the memory (jf | Rfciiard Coswav, Esquire, R.A. | ])riiicipal painter | to 
his lloyal Higliness Gkorgh, Prince of Walks. | lie died July the fuiirUi 1821, | 
Aged eighty years. | His widow Maria Corway | erects this memorial. 

[Above the inscription is a medallion representin;,'- the head of the painter, surrounded by- 
cherubs.] 

A white marble tablet, bearing the coat of arms and crest beneath the inscrip- 
tion :— Tn memory of | the | ReV' xVlexandkr Crombie, LL.D., F.R.S., | of York 
Terrace, Regent's Park | and of Phesdo, Kincardineshire | wiio departed this life | 
on the I 11*'' day of June 1840, | aged 78 years. 

(7'w he cdHtini/cd.) 



Cljc ffmnil}) of tijc Butilcj)S.* 

These Dndlyes descended fro' the 8nttoiis, 1 /'^ of {Dudley Castle. John do Sutton 
in Com. Netting, married IMargret danghte' & coheir to Roger de Somerie, Rarro' 
of Dndley, to whom her father pas'ed oner his right & title to the Man'or & Castle 
of Dndley. 

John second son of John T/' Dudly had a son & Heir called Edmond who being 
brought up to the Study of the T/awes in Grayes Inn became so great a Proficient 
y' he was made one of the privy Council to Hen. 7, was Speaker of y'= H. of Coin'ons 
"in It) of H. 7. This Edmund wrote a book called Arbor Reipub : He w"' Rich, 
Erapso' a Sivemaker's son of Towcester, became great Projectors in takeiug 
advantage of such as had transgressed y penal Lawes, who by their exactio' became 
so odious that in the 1 of Hen. 8 they were tryed, condemned, executed. 

Tins Edm'd Dudley left o sons John, Andrew, & Jerome, one daughf maried 
to Will. L'l Stourton. Andrew became a Knight. but suffered death in the 1 of 
Q. M. for being instrumentall in bringing the Lady Jane Grey to the Crown. 

John the Elder brother being but 8 Years old at his father's death iiad to his 
Guardian Edw'd Guilford. This John had his .Attainder taken oil", was knighted 
by Charles Pjrando' Duke of Sulf. in his Ex})et]. ag'st y'= Duke of Burbon in the 34 
of H. 8, was created L'^ Lifte. & made T/' Admiral. Was one of the IG Execuf* 
of Hen. 8. Was by Ed. (J created Eai'l of AVarwick. He promotes ditVerences 
bftweeu y" Protecto'' it his bmthef ; the i'coleetor was attainted for conspiring 
his brother's death, and Executed. King Ed. G Growing infirme, he marries 
his 4*'' Son Guilford Dndley to y^ Lady Jane Grey eldest daughter to y"^ Duke 
of Suff. by Frances daughter to Mary dan. of H. 7. Procures a Patent for y^ 
Lady Jane's Successio' to y*^ Crown w'^h was drawn up by the L** Chief Justice 
Montague & Secretary Cecil & subscribed by all the privy Conncill, & y'^ greater p' 
of the Nobility & all y« Judges of the Com'on Law except Sir James Hales one of 
y^ Justices of Com'o' pleas. Ed. G dying, he proclaims Q. Jane, but not prevailing 

* Conimnnicated by Rev. W. E. Layton, F.y.A., and copied from " Calendarium Caroliniira j 
or I A Mew Ahiiiiriack | after th(; yiio<l | old fashion j for the year of man's j Creation — 5()1U, 
Kedempliou — KlC.l. | The lirst al'ler Hl^.se.\tile or Leap-year I llcKpeetinff the Mciidian and | 
Latitude of London, (tlie Metropolis j of Kiitfland), where the Vertex is distant | from tlie 
Kcpiator r>\° :iL" and whose | Longitude (eouided from the Canary | Islands) is 14° 20'. To 
which is added | Gesta Britannorum j or a brief Chronology for (!0 complete | ycares. viz, from 
the yeare KiOO until the | present ICdl, being the 'J'hirtceuth of His Mnjesties Reign | and tlie 
Second of his Restoration | by George Wliarton. | Kterit Carol o Magno Major | London | printed 
by J. G. for the Company ol" j .Stationers 1G61.'' 



260 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDIGA. 

is arested at Ciinil)n'dj? by y^ Eai'l of Rihtv it cxociited for treason 1 Q, M. By liis 
wife wiio Avas Sole Heir to W Ed. Guilford 'ho has 8 sons & 5 dau<^'hters : 1. Jlciiry 
who was slain at the Seidg' of JiuUeiii ; 2. John who had y« title of Karl of Warwick 
in his father's life time, who dyed in prison in the cause of Q. Jane ; 3, Ambrose 
after created Earl of Warwick ; 4. Gnilfoi-d who married the liady Jane & suffered 
also on y' account; 5. Robert after Earl of Lester; G. Another Henry slain at 
S' Qnintens ; 7. Charles who dyed a cliild. 

Ambrose the eldest that survived dyed without Issue. Robert the next was 
Master of y«= Ordimmce at 8^ Quintins, by Q. Elizabeth made Constable of Windsor 
Castle, after bar(/ of Denby & Earl of Lester. He first mairied Ann Heire to 8'' 
John Robsart, who died by a fall fro' a i)aire of staires. Concern iiii^^e his 2'' mar- 
riage w^'h was with Douj^das Howard 2'' daughter to W" L'^ Howard of Elfmgha' & 
wid. to y^ L'' Sheffield, there is some dispute, whether it was lawfidl, but lie had a 
son by this Lady cal'd S"" Rob't Dudly whome he mentions in his last will & Testm' 
as his base son. Nor could he safely call him other, hauing o|)eidy man-led Letice 
• daughter to S'' Eran. Knowles, wid. to Walter Earl of Essex in the life time of that 
Lady Douglas Howard. This 8'' Rubt. Dudley was brt)uglit n|) in X't Church, 
Oxford, proued a great Mathematician & affecting Nauigatio' had y^ Com'' of 3 
smal ships in An. 151)5 he took & destroyed 9 Spanish ships, and coming to y'= 
River Orenoque in y« AVest Lidies named that Island scituated in the north of it 
Jhidleana. Yett tho' his father in his Testuni' calls him his base son he did not 
account himselfe illegitimate, for after the death of Q. KHz. haueing married Alice 
the eldest daughter of 8' Tho. Leigh of Stonely in Warwicksh., coiisidei-ing that if 
he made good his legitimacy not only the J^jarldom of Jjcsler but also Warwick 
(Jastlc, etc., would come to him, being int;uled by his uncle And)i-ose Dudley. In 
order to w*^!! ho procured a com'issio' I'ro' the Archb'p of Cant, directed to Zach. 
Habingto', Chauncellor of Litcklield, for examining witnesses to proue his father's 
marriage. 

Which was no sooner discerned by the Lady Letice [than] she procured a Bill 
fro' 8'' Ed. Cook, Attur. Gen., to bring the busyness into the Starr Chamber, And 
upo' a Petitio' fro' y^ L^ Sidney to the Councill all further proceedings wer stoi)ped. 
Ncuertheless they gaue leaue y' he should examine witnesses in the Starr 
Ciiamber to proue his Legitimacy, wheru])o' by testimony upo' oath of the Lady 
Douglas his wife (tho' at that time married to 8'' Ed. Stad'ord) & diners other 
perso's the' p''seut this marriage w"' the Earl did ai)pear. That she was first con- 
tracted in Canon Row in Westminster and '2 years after solemnly wedded to him at 
xVsher in Surry by a lawfull Minister according to the foi'in of Mati'imony by Law 
established, in y'' ])resence of S'' Ed. Horsey who gave her in marriage &, Robt. 
Shcilield, Esq'', I)"' Juke, Hen. Frodsham & 5 other persons whose names are there 
specified. That the ring wherewith they were so married had 5 pointed diamonds 
v\:- a table diamond, W'h had been giuen him by the Earl of Pembroke, grandfather, 
on C'ondicio' y^ he sh. not bestow it on any but whom he made his wife. Likewise 
y^' Duke of Norfolk was the Chief mover to this marriage. But the Earl of Lester 
pretending a fear of the Queen's indignatio' in case it sh'd be known, made her vow 
not to reveal it till he gaue her leaue, wherupo' all her Sevants were com'ded secrecy. 
It was also further deposed y' wt>'in 2 daycs afte' y^ birth of S'' Rob't Dudley 
the Lady Douglas receued a letter fro' her Husb. y^ Earl in w'^h he thaidced God for 
the birth of his son, etc., and subscribes himself y loueing husband Robert Lester. 
Other depositio's there were many, some testifying w' this Earl had ex})ressed 
in reference to his son as of one Owen Jones, who averred upon oath that he was 
waiting upo' the s^' S'' Robt. Dudley at Ollingto' in y« county of Sulf. when he was 
10 yeai'S of age at School, the Earl of Lester came to see him aiul said Owen, thou 
knowest that Robin my boy is my lawfull son as I doe & haue charged thee to keep 
it secret, so I charge tlu.'e not to forget it, and therefore see thou be carefull of him. 
Diners other expressio's fro' y" l-Lirl tending to the sanm jan-pose were testifyed 
by many credible p'sons. Hesides w' Andirose I'^iirl of Warwick his brother had 
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Also tliat the Earl endcimoui'cd to {j'swado t.lu; Tiudy Douglas to disclaim the 
marriaj^o, ollVinp- 700" ))' aiimi' in the ("lose arlionr of tlie Qnccu'.s gnrdcii at 
(Jroeiiwicli ill the ii'sciic.e of S' .lo. IIiiKhaiid & (Jroij;!! Dit;!))' in casci sIk! would do 
po. y\iHl H])o' \[v.v refusal terriryiiij^' iier witli protestations y^ slie should iiciicr haiie 
a penny fi'o' him. 

It seems the mother had the Custody of her Son, for it M'as d<3posed that the 
Earl tendei-ed lier 100'' to ddiuer him unto S'' Edward Horsey, Capt, (jf y'^ Isle of 
Weight, to be thei'e brought uj) by him w'li was refused. 

As for her marriage w"' S'' J<jdw'd Stafford, u ])'K0n of great honour being 
Embas'ador to France w*^!! was objected against her, she alledgcd that she did it to 
seeur her life, haueing had some ill potions given her w'=h occasioned the loss of 
her heir & nailes & lepeating swet that she had thereby don the greatest wrong- 
that she could to herself & son. 

Hut all these Depositions wei-e rejected in the Star chamber as was euident by 
the sentence giueii ag'st the s'' S'' liol)'t Dudley. 

The proceedings gaiie such discontent to S'' Rob't Dudley, that he (juits the 
relm, and obtains licence to travaile for o yeares, wherof his aduersaries took such 
advantage as that they proenred a special privy seal to com'and his return home, 
w'=h not obeying, his lands wei'e seized by the Statute of Fngitiucs. 

Upon his depai'ture out of Eiighind he took with him as is credibly reported tiie 
daughter of S"" Rob't Southwell of Wood Rising in Norf., a very beautiful lady in 
the habit of a Page, whom he married in Italy, S^ seating himself in the territories 
of the Duke of Tuscany had by reason of his singular indowments no little esteem 
in those p'ts. For by his means it was that Legorne, a sinal & obscure vilage, not 
only grew to be a most famous poi't, but adorned with excellent buildings & to be as 
eminent a ]\lait as Scala Fi-anca in Italy is. As also tiiat the Town & ]\rarslies 
in those pai'ts bane by his Clontriiianee been iiapjiily drained. 

His fame therefore spreading into (Jei'inany, he had by letters jjatent fro' his 
Impei'ial IMajesty l*Y'rdinand y'' li'' bearing date at Vienna ]\Iartij U, Anno Ki-JO, 
the Title of a Duke conferr'd u])o' him to be used by him & his lleires throughout 
all tlu' dominions of y Savy'^ l^'mpiif!, whei-u])o' he was generally called Duke of 
Norlhnmiieihind, w'li title "lohii his grandfather bore tlio' forfeited by Attainder 
in I ^1. ; so did he while he liue<l and so doth Charles his eldest son by the daughter 
of S'- Rol)'t Si)uthwell. 

lie was a person tall, strong, comely, & valiant, famous at tilting, singularly 
skilled in Mathematics & chielly in Naiiigatio' e^- Ai-chitecturc, a rare cliymyst S:, of 
great knowledge in Physiek as his learned works dosulliciently manifest. Especially 
that he wrote De Arcanis I\laris, printed at Florence KJ-K) and since at Venice in 
folio adorned with Sculpture, also that of l*liysick called Catholicon of no small 
esteem w"' the most skillull of that prol'essio'. 

lie was idso famous lor the iiineiitio' (»f that Powder now called Cornaehine 
Powdei', touehing y'' ^'ll•tue wherof the learned jNFarcus Clornachinus of Pisa hath 
written & endeanoured to show that all corporeal diseases may be safely and 
suddainly cured thereby. 

The great Duke of Tuscany allowed him a yearly Stipend of about 1000 a year 
sterling. He erected a noble i)alace in the city of Floi'ence and his daughters were 
all married to Princes of the Kmpire. lie dyed Anno KioO. 

To countenance his mai'riage with W^ Southwell he alledged that his marriage 
w"' y" Lady Alice Leigh was by the canon Law illegal, because he had carnal 
knowledge of her during the life of his former wife who was sister to M'' Thomas 
(-auendish the famous Nauigator. 



But to retnrn to the Lady Alice his second wife whom he left in Engl'd with 5 
daughters, two wherof dyed unmarried, Karherine was married to S'' Rich. Leveson, 
Frances to S'' Gilbert Kniveton & Ann to S'' John Holborne. Her husband being 
made a Duke l)y the Emperor, His Lady being left in Engl'd was by Patent at 
Oxford bearing date the 20 yeare of K. Uh. I. made a Dutchess. In W-'h patent 

VOL. IV., SEKIKS in. Y 



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2G2 MISCELLANEA QENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 

there is this pas'iio:e : "Our deare father not knowing the trutli of tlie lawfnll birth 
of y said S'' lloljort Dudley (us we piously l)eliene) ^ranted away the titles of tlie 
KarldoMis of \\'arwick it liester to others, w^li We now hold not fiLt to eall in 
([neslion nor eavell with our deceased father's actions especially wlien tlie said 
Honours were granted, w'h we do not intend to alter, And yet we haueing a very 
deep sense of y'" great injuries don to y'' s'' S'' Rob't Dudley and the f^ady Alice 
Dudley & their cliildrcn ; & that we ai-e of opinio' y*^ in justice & equity the 
possessions so taken fro' them do rightly belong unto them or lull satisfactio' for 
the same, And holding onrselues bound in Honour & Conscience, bound to make 
y"" some rep'atio' now as far as our p'sont ability, etc. We give unto y^ fjady 
Alice Dudley the title of Dutchess of Dudley for "her life in Engl'd & other o'' 
l{ealms & Dominions w"' such p'cedency as she might liaue had, had she lined in y'^ 
dominions of y*-' sayd Empire," etc. 

She was very rich, as might appear by the vast snms she gave to pious uses. 
She dyed at her house near the church of S' Giles in the fields, January 12, IOC!), 
being aged four score & ten years. 

51 partirulav of tijojjc pmm actions iurij lucit most UnoUju are \)trt act 

UobJiu 

When ye Church of S' Giles in the fields in the Suburbs of London was rebuilt 
she gave to it 100". 

Also she bestowed fair honging of blew Tallata edged w"' silk it siluer fringe 
for y'' I'iast end of the Church. 

Item for the back of the Altar on honging gi-een Velvet w"' T.II.S. embi'oidered 
theron, Also a Carpet of green veluet w"' a dei'p gold \'v\\\>^ii & a Cover of (Jambrick 
edged with rich lace. 

■ Item another Altar Cloth of Damask & two Cushions richly embroidered w^'' 
gold. 

Item two seruice books w^'^ siluer bosses guilt. 

Item a large Tui'key Carpet for y'' Altar on orcbiiary dayes. 

Item a rich Sc beautifull skreen of Carued Work to seiier the Church fro' the 
Chancell. 

Item a lair Organ with a beautifull case richly guilt. 

Item a costly rail invironing the Altai'. 

Item large & beautifull plate for y*^ Altar, siluer & guilt. 

Item a faire pauementt for the Chancell of black & white marble. 

As also the greatest bell in y« steeple, w"' frames for all the other fiue, w*^!! she 
caused to be new cast at her own charges 

Item to y^ Climvh of Stonely, ]\Ianccter, Leke-Wottoii, Ashow, Kenel worth, 
]\h)nk Kirby in (\)mit. AVarwick, to each twenty Pounds p' ann. for the Augmen- 
tation of their resjieetive Vieariages ; and to euery of those Churches, as also to the 
(.'hurdles of l>itford in Com. Wor., Acton in Com. JNfidl., S' Albans in Com. Ilertf,, 
it ratshull in Com. Noi'tlip., certain pieces of Massey plate to be made use of at the 
(/Om'union in euery one of them. 

Item she purchased a faire house & garden in y'= Church of S' Giles aforesaid 
to be a mansion for the })erpetnal incumbent there, And gaue a yearly stipend to a 
se.xton of that (^hurch to toll the great Ijell, when the ])ris()n's of Newgate should 
]>a,ss to execution at Tiburn, it to ring it out alter I he e\<'ciil-i(in. 

Item she gaue larg(! sums of money toward y'' repair of tlu; ruinous Cathedral 
of Litchfeild, it of S'' Sepulchre's Church in the Sul)urbs of Jioudon. 

Item in her last Will & Testam' she gave lOo" p' ann. towards y" redemptio' of 
X'tian Slaues in Turkey. 

Item she gaue foi- the purchase of huuls of 20" p' ann. for y" poor of IIos- 
l)ital situated near y'- said (Jhurcli of S"- (iiles in y*^ feilds, 4()(»''. 

Item for the purchase of lands of ten pounds per ann. for the placeing out 
of poor children of y^ s*^ parish of S' Giles, two each year, 200". 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEllALDICA. 2()3 

TUmu to _>"■ ])()(ir (if |,li(! purisli of St-ciiu'Iy, Kciiclworlli, I^ckc-AVoitoii, Asliow, 
IJuU'onl, & r'alKliiill, Also 1(1 (lio Cliiirolics of r.hikcsly & Lichl.on.w, llu; sum of 
l()(i", U) be (liHtribiiifd aiuoiij;- llieiii, 

Ttx'iii (irty Pounds upo' the day of lief fiiiitTal, to lie dealt amoii^' the |)oor of the 
Pai'isli of S"^ (Jiles it otliei's adjacent. 

Item to foiirscoi'e & ten pool' widdowes aeeoi-d'u' to tlu; iiiindicrs of the yeai's she 
lined, to each of Lheni a ^own of Ijhick ch)th it a hu'^e Holland Kerchief to attend 
her heai'se on the day of her fnneral, w'h was jj'formed in I\Iarcli 1, Anno I). IGCt), 
besides 12*^ a peice to each of y'" for their diu'urs. 

Item to euery parish for y" poore where her Cori)s should happen to I'est in its 
passage fro' London to Stoncly in Warwickshire, where she was buried under a noble 
uionumeut erected in her life, 5". 

Item to euery [loor body on y^ road whei'e her Coi'ps should [)ass Six[)ence. 

Item to y'= ves})ectinc parishes of JJeacksley, Ijichborow, & Patshull, ten pounds, 
to be distributed am'g the i)oor on her funeral day. 

Item to the poor of Stouely parish, to be distributed at her funeral, 5U". 



This Liidy or Dutches' had a daughter called Aliza, who dying unmarried 
bequeathed her whol portion, w<=h was ;iO()0", as her pious IMother should think 
best. 

She had another daughtei-, Katherine, married to S'' Rich. Leuiston before 
mentioned, who als(^ imitated her ]\Iother in these pious works, 

Imp^ She did in her life time rebuild the ruinous fabrick of the Temple Church 
of Batshall in Warw., & beautified it very much, for y'= use of y*^ iidiabitants, & 
gave 5U" p' ann, for a perpetual incumbent, 

iLem for y'^ Augmentatio' of y'= Vicaridge of Long Ilchington 50" p' ann. And 
by her last Will she assigned 40" ])' an, for the repaire of that stately Chappell at 
Warwick long since founded by llichard de l>eau(thanip, Earl (^f Warwick, her noble 
Ancestor, whose body is gloi'ionsly intomb'd in the midst of it, Wherin also are 
the mouum'^ of her grandfather Jtob't, Earl of Lester, & Ambrose, Earl of Warw,, 
her gi'cat unckle, are placed. 

item that out of the reuenues of the L''shipp of Balshall an Hospital shall be 
founded for twenty poor wid's to be chosen out of the poore inhabitants of Balshall, 
and if not to be Jound there to be supplyed out of the Ji'^shipp of Long ilchington 
in Warw,, Trentham in Stall",, or Lillshall in Salop, Each of these wid's to haue 
8" p' an, & a gown of grey cU)th with K. L. upo' them, with 20"a year to a i\Iinister 
to read prayers euery day to y"', and to teach 20 chikiren. 

Item to y"-' town of 'I'rent'ham 400" to purchase •_'()'' p'.ann. for the support of a 
Schoolmaster to teach the poor children of the parish till they be fit to be placed 
to A|)prentice, 

Item to the poore of New Castle under line in Stall',, 10''. 

Item to y'= poore of Stone 10'', And to the poor of Eccleshall 5'', and to the 
beautifying the Church of Burlaston, all in Staff., 20", 

Item to the poore of Newport in Salop 10". To y*^ poore of Trentha' & Lilshall 
to be distributed on her funeral day 50'' to each parish. To y*^ poor of Bashall & 
Ijong Ilchington 50" to each to be distributed to them. 

Jtcm she hath giuen the yearly rents of 120" for ye Mentenouce of 12 poor 
"Wid's to be chosen out of Blaksly, Palshnll, Jjitclib(»ro\v, Lilshall, & Ti-enthaui, and 
to each of them a grey gown with K, L. fixed o' y'". 

Iteu) she gaue lo" p' ann. for placeing 10 poor boyes Prentice out of l)lakHly, 
Patshall, Lithboi'ow, 'I'rentha', &. Lilshall. And the remainder of her rents in Foxley, 
out of W^h these rents were payed to y^ poor of these 3 parishes of Blaksly, Patshull, 
& [jichborow. 

She Dyed at Trentham in Staff, Febr. 1073, & was buryed at liilsliall in Salop, 
where her husband S' Richard Leueston lyeth interred. 



264 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDICA. 



Fcnhtnd Xiitrs ami Queries. Part 50. .Inly llHtl. Peterborough : George V. Caster, 
Market Place. 

Thk present Part is full of intoveKtine: tit-lots, one {.'ivintr tlic account of tlie rising in the Fen 
CountiT of the pcnsauls, how they Icioti d the hhups and were eliarged hy the Upwell cavalry, and 
prijccedinjr further weic met by the niagistiatcs, wlio could not prevail upon tiieni to disjjei'se. 
They finally reached Ely, and at. Litllejiort tlie last sliugglc took place, and several were 
wounded on both sides, and others were liangid or sentenced to iinpiisonnient. 

There is an article on Tombstone Verses at lU)ston, several of which are very feivent, while 
others are as plain as sincerity allows. Another article on fOarly Ely Wills ^ives some as early 
as \\W.\. ]5ishop Kennett's speech on the custody of Public Ilecords in 17 IS is well chosen, aJid 
will interest many, he stating that chests and bales of ( ui' ecclesiastical papers were shipped off 
to Riinie, even onr Piinccss's love letters shewn at the Vatican to insult our Iteformation. He 
staled that there was no ICnglisli Seminary abroad but what I. as many of our MSS., and the .lesuits' 
Oollegc revelled in its pious frauds of stealing. 'Phe Bishop was too ardent an arehteohigist to 
kcej) silent, hence his speech in the House of Loids in December 17 IS, and a Oomuiittee was 
authorized at once to see that means be adopted to ])lace all dficumeiits in projier keeping. 

We have to mention that the worthy Editor, the Itev. W. 1). Sweeting, is now translated to 
Holy Trinity Vicarage, Ilothcrhithe, London. 



Mtujazim'. of History and Bio()raphy. No. 1, Vol. IX 
Historical Society, Hichmond, U.S.A. 



The Virginiti Mtujazim'. of History and Bioiirapliy. No. 1, Vol. IX. July 1901. Virginia 



This Part begins with an Annotated List of Virginia Newspapers in the Library of Congress, 
and one is struck by the number of newspapers published in the Southern States of America 
fiKUi 17;^) to the beginning of ISOO. An interesting account is given of the Pi'otestant Insurrec- 
tion in Maryland in KJSD in Letters from President Nathaniel liacon t(j Goveinor Lord Effingham, 
and an article on the Administration in Virginia in KiHfi and another on the Assembly of 1(J41. 
In genealogy the Eitzhugh family is full}' gone into, likewise that of \\'ilson Cary of Ccelys. 
Altogether the Part is generally interesting. 



The Jdvnial of the Ew LihriK Society. June, July, and August 1901. London : A. and C. Black, 

Soho Stpiarc. 

'1"hk .lune Part has an e.xeellent account of Mr. William Phillips Barrett, uiuler tlie heading 
of •' Modeiii Uookphilo Designers," and gives eight good e.xamiilcs of his work as a supple- 
ment to the Part. s(-vcn of Iheni for ladies, and one for Henry, 9lh Duke of iSeaufort. 
W'iiete all are so carefully designed and drawn it is invidious to say which is the best, llowers 
beiiig interspersed wlu're possible among the ladies' plates, as emblems of their taste, and his 
lordship's plate having an architectural screcn-woik for backgrcuind. We congratulate 
Mr. Kiinelt upon tin: list of his patrons, us well as IMessrs. Buiu()us upon the execution of their 
Suppletncnt. 

The Part next issued is for July and August, ami it begins with a Paper by Sir James 
Ball'our Paul, Lyon King of Arjns. on - (i leanings from an old Album," which is well wiitten 
ami iMtere^ting. An aiticle on the "Royal Tressure of Scotland," by " Eess Checquy," is 
illustrated l)y the Lauderdale arms and sign.-iturc of 1710, and that of '-Scot of Thirlestoun, Kt. 
and Bart.," besides that of "'Stuart of Dunnairn, Esq." The Annual Meeting on June :29th is 
fully reported, and the Part concludes by giving examples of five very florid iderman plates by 
Baron Augustus Otho A. F. G. Alexander. Born in IStS, he went through the German War in a 
regiment of Silesian Fusiliers, and finally took up his residence in Vienna, where he associated 
himself with the " Adler" Heraldic Society and began to design coats of arms, etc. His designs 
are veiy original and good, and his mantling clever. The Part concludes with four tine exanqdes 
of Mr. Vinycomb of I'.clfast, whoso illiuuinatcil volume to be presented to Lord Ivoberts by the 
ladies of Ireland excited great attention at the General Meeting. The four examples given as a 
j)late are samples of good work in every detail, and hi.s own plate and that of Mr. Swiney's with 
its castle view are perfection. Altogether this vacation Part could not have been better had a 
half year been spent on it. 



*^* Hooks for KcciiW and Noticci of Forthcoiiriny Worlm nhotihl he add reused to thi 
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^lANUSCRirT Entries in a Black-letter Bible, imprinted at London by 
THE Deputies of Ciiristophkr Barker, 1592. 

Henry Mayle and Ann his wife was ^larried at 
Brighr.hehnston the IG of March 1G76. 
Henry tharc Sonn was borne y'= 1 Septem'' 1677. 

Richard thare Sonn was borne y"^ Janu^ 9, 1G80. . ' 

Ann thare dafter was borne y'^ 4''*' Novenii' 1G82. 

Marey thare dafter was borne y*^ 11 Septem'' 1G84. ,,,, .;,._ i/-. -v-r,- /i i 

John thare Sonn was borne y*^ 25 Aprill 1G87. '■ " . ' ' i 

Richard Died the 5"' July lG8i). I 

Rich' thare Sonn was borne y^ 5''' Aprill 16!)0. j 

Kathren thare Dafter was borne y*^ 24 June 1G93. ■ 

Susanah thare Dai'ter was borne y*^ 20 July 1G95. 
Rich' Died tiie4 Novem'' 1G9G. 

Rich' thare Sonn was borne y"^ 9 April IG97. j 

William thare Sonn was borne y^ 24 Novem. 1G99. • i 

Ann wife of Hen. Mayle died y" 17 Ang^' 1735 in 78 of her age. i 

Hen. Mayle died y^ 5 Nov'" 1736 in y^ 85 year of his age. j 

• William Mayle was Drown*! att Oporto in 173G, tlie day not known. j 

Richard Mayle died May y^ 7, 1738. . I 

Richard the Son of Richard Mayle Born y'' 11"' Dessera. 1735. 
Ann daughter of William Mayle was Born y^ 30 of November 1729. 



John Maylle have learnd the OB. 

John i\rayle have learned the bibele 1604. 

John ]\Iayle have learned the bibele 1646. 
Elizabeth Danghter of Jn'' & Margrett Mayle was Born 22'^'» of October 1716. 
Margrctt their danghter IJorn 28"' of March 1718. 
Margrett their Daiighler Died Ang"' l"'', 17J9. 
Elizl Brooker their Ciranthiiigliter was Hoi'n Jany 30^", 1739. 
Jn'^ Brooker their grandson Born Aug. 4, 1740 [sic]. 



John IMayle the son of Henry & Ann Mayle was Born y" 25"' of April 1687 
att Brighthelmstone. Margarett Jerapson the Daughter of William & Elizabeth 
Jempson was Born the 3*^ of July 1692 att Tunbridge Wells. They was married 
att New Shorham by the Revei'end M'' Rise Williams the 28"> June 1715. ' 

Elizabeth their Daughter was Born the 22^ of October 1716 att Shorham. 

Margarett their Daughter was Born the 28"' of March 1718 att Brighthelm- 
stone. 

Margarett tiieir Danghter Departed this Tjife tho 1^' of August 1719 att 
Brighthelmstone. 

i'^liz. tlieir daughter & wife of Jn*' Brooker departed this life in Childbed the 
6 of Aug^t 1741. 

Eliz. the daghter of Jn" & Eliz. Brooker Born 30 Jan^ 17fa 

Jn° their Son Born 4 Aug^' 1741 [5/^,-] . jjej 14111 Sept. 1741. 

* Conuiiuiiiciitctl by VV. lUiugE ItANNicuMAN, Esq., F.S.A. 



280 



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^tonc Cnl)lct m ^oiitfj ILMiMn Cfttirrij, fo» fjovfe, 
in i^cniorK ot Maria anni)tagc.* 

The Stono 'I'ublet in Sontli Kirkby Oluircli, on tlie nccoinpanyitif^ pfi^c. is to 
the Jlcinory of iMariu, the duughtei- of Francis Armytage of that place. It is a 
mural monument in the chancel, and a good example of the carved .stone work of 

1, the period, 

j Tiie coats of arms in the four corners of the tablet illustrate the pedigree of the 

f family. The first coat is that of Armytagk, GhIos, a noil's head erased between three 
crosses-rrosslet argent, impaling Knight, Azure, on a fess or, hetireen three fishes 
hauriant, three ro.^tes 'proper. The second, Armytage impaling Danby, Argent^ 
three cherronels l/raced saljle, on a chief of the second three mullets of the first. The 
third, Armytage impaling Trappes, Argent, three caltiaj)s sable, a crescent for 
difference. And the fourth, Savile, Argent, on a bend sable thne owls of the field, 

I a crescent for difference, impaling Armytagk. The relation of these different coats 

' is exemplified in the following pedigree : — 

John Armjtiige of Kiiklees in tlie coimty^pWiuifred, dau. and heire of Henry Knight 
of York, Esq.. b. 1573 :' Hi^h Sheriff of j of Knight Hill and Biockholes in the i)arish 
Yorkshire in llilo ; d. 1G50. of Lambeth ; d. 1G37 (Shield No. 1). 



I 
SirFrancisArmytatreof Kirklees^Cfitherine, dau. of Christo- 
pher Danby of Farnley in 
the county of York, E.~q. ; 
d. I(J46 (Shield No. '1). 



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Dec 


IGil ; 


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Sir John Savile of =lClizabeth 
Liipset, CO. York. Armytage, 
Knt., d. U'M) d. 1G39.^ 
(Shield No. 4)! 



Sir John Armytage of=pMargaret, dau. of Francis Army tage=pMary, dau. of Robert Other 



Kirklees, ivnl Bart., b. 
Iti2ii ; High Sheriff of 
Yorkshire 16G8 ; d. 1G77. 



Thomas Thornhill of South Kirkby 
of Fi.xbv.Esq. ; d. in co. York, Esq., 
10'J5. b. 1(;31. 



Tra()pesof Niddinco. issue. 
York, Esq. (SHIELD 
No. 3). 



I I I 
SirThomas Armytage of Kirk- 
Ices, 3rd Bart., b. 16.->2 ; d. 
unmar. Ifi94. 

Sir John yVrniytage of Kirk- 
lees, 4!h Harl.,d.uuiunr. IT.il.'. 

Sir Ueorge Arniytago of Kirk- 
lees, Sth Bart., b. ItUiO ; d. 
unmar. 173G. 



Christo-=pRebeoca, d. 
pher of Nicolas 

Army- Moore of 
tai^e, b. Auslrop(}. 
l(ir,S; d. 
1727. 



I I 



Sir Thomas Armytage of South 
Kirkby, (Ith Hart., b. lt!73 ; 
succeeded 1730; d. 12 Oct, 
1737 ; bur. at South Kirkby, 
when tlie title created in IC.Il 
became extinct. 

Marift, bapt. 23 June 16G3 ; 
bur. 23 Dec. 166.5, at South 
Kirkby. 



John Armytage, b. 1701) ; d, unmar. 28 Oct. 1732. 



Other 
issue. 



It will be noted that the tablet states that Maria died on the 23rd Dec. 1065, 
whereas the register, in which she is called Mary, states she was buried on that day, 

[For extracts from these registers and fuller pedigrees, see " Mis. (Jen. et Her.," 
Vol. II., pp, 87—94.] 



Communicated by Sir GEORGE J. Akmytaqe, Bart., F.S.A. 



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Stonk Taulkt in South Kiukby Chuech, co. Yohk, 
In Memory of Maiua Armytage. 



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MISCELLANEA GEN KALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 281 

iHarriagtQ of 212HantJ5\uortI) Jlnljabitant^. 

•' IWaiTjjrU in }>( ^pavisf) €ijuvdj of CTInpfjam, l)a> 5ami IHUQlnj, CTlciii, Virav 
of (LStantistuorti), bjHj pc iPcnmsjiion of ^V S>a\)tl a«ti ^O'^BraUij, 
sucrcssiUrli? lUctv^ of pc saiti lianoij, asJFoUoUjrtij:"* 

1720, Dec. 24. William Waterfield & Elisabeth Smith. 

1720-1, Feb. 7. Walter Oliver & Elisabeth FisiiER. 

1729 Nov. 20 James, son of Walter and Elisabeth Oliver, bapt. 
1745 July 14 Walter Oliver, bur. 

1754 Nov. 17 Elizabeth, widow of Walter Oliver, bur. 

1720-1, Feb. 20. Rorkiit iroRNSBv & Sarah Bundy, 
1732 July (! Sarah, wife of Robert llonislty, 40, bur. 
1750 Nov. C Robert Hornsby, 08, bur. k 

1720-1, March 23. Samuel Tomkys & Joan Brockhurst. '''?•- 

1723 Aug. 9 Edward, son of Samuel and Joan Tomkist, bapt. 
173(5 June 5 Joan, wife of Sanuiel Tomkiss, bur. 
1752 Dec. 6 Samuel Tomkyss, 56, bur. 

1721, April 1. Adam Blundell & Catherine Stables. 
1 088 July 28 Adam, son of John Blundell, bapt. 

J722 June 24 Adam, son of Adam and Katherine Blundell, bapt. 

1723 Sep. 22 John, son of Adam and Katherine Blundell, bapt. 

1725 Sep. 25 Samuel, son of Adam Blondell, bapt. 

1725 Oct. 31 Rebeccah, daughter of Adam Blundell, bapt. 

1727 Aug. 20 Samuel, son of Adam Blondell, bur. 

1728 Jan. 26 Adam Blundell, bur. 

1721, April 10. John Bate & Mary Dallen. 

1721, May 9. John Bolton & Dorothy Hopwood. 

1698 July 31 John, son of John Bolton, bapt. 

1722 June 3 Elizabeth, daughter of Jon, and Dorothy [altered from JFary] 

Bolton, bapt. 
1725 Sep. 12 Henry, son of John Bolton, bapt. 
1727 July 31 Dorothy, wife of John Bolton, bapt. 
1727 Jan. 5 John Bolton, bur. 

1721, June 15. Robert Prissnal & Mary UoRE. 

1699 Nov. 26 j\Iary, daughter of Franc. Hore, bapt. 

1722 May 27 Mary, daughter of Robert and Mary Prittnall, bapt. 

1723 Nov. 20 Elizabeth, daughter of Robert and Mary Frestual, bapt. 

1721, Aug. 7. Wii-LiAM Oretton & Maiu' Pu.snat. 

1721, Aug. 20. Thomas Stone & Elisabeth Cork. 

1724 May 17 . Henry, son of Thomas Stone, bapt. 

1727 Nov. 3 Elisabeth, daughter of Thomas and Elisabeth Stone, bapt. 

1730 Dec. 27 Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Stone, bapt. 
1727 Nov. 5 Elisabetli, inf. daughter of Thomas Stone, bur. 
1750 Oct. 14 Thomas Stone, bur. 

* Communicated by CECIL T. DAVIS, Esq.— continued from p. 23G. 
VOL IV., series III, A A 



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282 MISCELl.ANKA GENEALOGICA ET HEEALDICA. 

1721, 8e]). 2;^. RiciiAiii) Dixon <t FjiiiMAUKTU T?uiiL. 
ir.OI ,lnly S Kli/., (Iniif^'lit-ur of Ilobt. Ihill, l)!i])t. 

1722 All};-. 2 1 ('liiu-|t\s, son of liicluird Dixon, biipt. 

1721, Nov. 20. Edmund Bagos & Mary Bowman. 
1G91 Jiuu! 28 Mary, (laughter of Jolm liowinan, bapt. 

1721-2, Jan. 10. Wir.MAM Lamkin i*t RriTSAnETii Green. 

1721-2, Feb. C. AViLLiAM Pettet &. Elisabeth Butler. 

1722, March 27. John Weatherby & Sarah Beal. 
169G July 20 John, son of John Wetherby, bapt. 
1700 Jan. 12 Sarah, daughter of John Beal, bapt. 

1724 Oct. 25 Joanna, daughter of John Wetherby, bapt. . 
1720 May 1 Richd., son of John Wetherby, bapt. 
1727 Oct. 19 George, son of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. 

1729 Aug. 10 Dorothy, daughter of John and Sarah Wetherby, 

1731 April 25 John, son of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. 

1732 Sep. 10 Johanna, daughter of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. ' j 
1734 Feb. 8 William, son of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. j 

1736 July 20 James, son of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. •■ 

1737 Nov. 8 Joseph, son of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. J 
1741 May 3 Dinah, daughter of John and Sarah Wetherby, bapt. ^ 
1731 Mar. 30 Dorothy, inf. daughter of John Wetherby, bur. 

1736 Dec. 10 James, inf. son of John Wetherby, bur. 

1739 Nov. 6 AVilliam, son of John Wetherby, bur. 

1743 Oct. 20 Joseph, son of John Wetherby, 6, bur. 

1750 Sep. 22 John Wetherby, 28, bur. 

1750 Sep. 26 Sarah, widow of John Wetherby, bur. 

1722, April 22. William Collins & Elisabeth Robertson. 

1722, May 20. William Farren & Elisabeth Brett. 

1722, May 26. Matthew Taylor & Deborah Watts. 

1722, June 29. Richard Ingoldesby & Catharine Jane Cousmaker. 

1722, Sep. 30. George Lee & Anne Bellamy. 
172G June 5 George, son of George Lee, jun^ bapt. .: 

1722, Oct. 7. John Nash & Susanna Wheeler. I 

1722, Dec. 8. Henry Allen & Catherine Peel. | 

. i 
1722-3, Jan. 1. Arnold Thompson & Mary Whitehead. \ 

1723 Dec. 29 Mary, daughter of Arnol and EHz. Tompson, l)upt. ] 

1726 June 8 George, son of Arnold Tliompson, bapt. ,; 

1727 April 10 George, son of Arnold Thomi»son, inf., bur. i 

1722-3, Jan. 23. William Webb & Anne Siqgins. ■ 

172| Feb. 13 William, son of William AVebb, bapt. 

1725 April 27 Elizabeth, daughter of William Webb, bapt. . , 

1728 Oct. 9 Lucy, daughter of AVilliam and Anne Web, bapt. • • ■ | 

1730 Nov. 4 Anne, daughter of WilHam and Anne Web, bapt. ' J 
173J- Jan. 26 Sarah, daughter of AVilliam and Anne Web, bapt. 



1731 Mar. 


14 


J 734 Apii 


1 2 


1736 Oct. 


13 


1733 May 


23 


1734 Dec. 


15 


1741 Nov. 


2G 


17G5 Oct. 


16 


1722-3, 


Feb. 


175;") Dec. 


3 


17GG Nov. 


26 


1722-3, : 


Feb. 



MISCKLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HKllALDICA. 283 

Sarah, daugliter of William and Aiuie Wei), bai)t. 

Hnnnah, daughter of William and Anne Web, bapt. 

Mary, daughter of \Villiam and Anne Web, bapt. 

Sarah, inf. daughter of William AVebb, bur. j, .^ ,,,,^ 

Hannah, inf. daughter of William Web, bur. * 

Aime, wife of William Web, bur. 

William Webb, 64, bur. ■ .-• .- ', •■ , .i ,. , 

7. Richard Fordham & Anne Fletcher. 
Anne, wife of Richard Fordham, 63, bur. 
Richard Fordham, 84, bur. 

14. Joshua Hale & Jane Smith. 

('/'o he coutinuid.) 



The very interesting account of this lady, her Imsband, and her issue, given in 
the " Family of the Dudleys " (pp. 259 — 263 ante), states that two of her live 
daughtcis died nnmariied. TIiIh, however, was not the case, for though four of 
them died in her lifetime, only one, Alice (as to whom see p. 263), died unmarried. 
Of the other four : — 

(1) Douglas, married Captain William Dansey, and is ancestress of the family 
of Dansey of Brinsop, co. Hereford (see Cooke's " Duncombe's Herefordsliire," 
Grimsworth Hundred, p. 40). Her monumental inscription in Brinsop Church 
(copied by G. W. ]\Iai'sliall, LL.D., Rouge Croix P-ursuivant) is as under : — 

" Here lyeth the body of the R' Hon. Ladie Douglas Dudley, wife unto 
Captain William Dansey, beinge the second son to Roger ])ansey, Esq., who 
departed this life the 11 day of August, Anno Domini 1649." 

(2) Katharine, the only child who survived her mother, married Sir Richard 
Leveson of Trentliam, co. Staftord, where she died Feb. 1673, and was buried with 
him at Lilleshall. 

(3) Frances, married, 30 May 1634, at St. Svvithin's, London, as his second 
wife, Sir Gilbert Kniveton, 2nd Baronet (1611) of IMircaston, co. Derby, and died 
in or before April 1641, at which date her will was proved (23, Evelyn). 

(4) Anne, married Sir llobert (not " Sir John," as on p. 261) Holborne, Bar- 
rister-ut-Law (admitted to IJucohi's Inn 9 Nov. 1615) and (1613) Attorney- 
General to the Rrincu of Wales. He died in Ciuvncery Ijaue 14, and was buried 
16 Feb. 1647/8 at Lincoln's Inn, from St. Andi'cw's, Holborn. Administration 
i^ May 1650 in the P.C.C. His widow was buried 11 Aug. 1663 at St. Giles-in- 
the-Fields. Will i)roved 1663, in the P.C.C. 

The following burials at St. Giles-in-the-Fields illustrate the above : — 

1663 Aug. 11 The Lady Ann Holborne. 

1668/9 Mar. 17 The R^ Hon. & truly virtuous Alice, Dutchess Duddeley, a 

noble benefactress to this parish, carried away this day to the 

Church of Stonley, co. AYarwick. 

A copy of the lengthy monumental inscription at St. Giles-in-the-Fields to 

" the R^ Hon. Lady Frances Kniveton " and to her sister " the R* Hon. Lady Ann 

Holbourne " is in Platton's " New View of London " (1708), p. 264. The will of 

Duchess Dudley is proved in 1669 in the P.(J.C. It would be interesting if one 

of your contributors would kindly furnish an abstract thereof, shewing all her 

descendants and any other relatives therein mentioned. 

G. E. C. 
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284 ' MISCELLANEA GKNEALOGICA ET HETIALDICA. 

|}otr$) on tijr jfainilL) of c^nbngc of OTlartoicMjirf/t 



Copy of a Paper in the possession of Miss Caroline Landor 
of canninciton grange. 

Walter Savage Landor was born about three o'clock in the afternoon on the 
thirtieth uf January 1775, ])•• Holyoak, Miss Pearson, ]\I" Cockbill present, & 
was baptised by ]\P jMatthews on Sunday afternoon Feb'' 26 in the parish of 
S' Nicholas in Warwick ; J. Lloyd, Esq'^ Col. Rowell, M''^ Savage, Sponsors. ILad 
the smallpox in IMay following &. the measles June 1780. 

Llizabeth Savage Landor was born about half past twelve o'clock in the morning 
of the eighth of ]\lay 177(i, I)'' Holyoak ct M''* Cockbill present ; Rev. John Landor, 
M" Savage, M''^ l^andor, Sponsors. Had the measles in June 1780, the smallpox 
by inoculation Peb. 10, 1782. 

Charles Savage Landor was born about half an hour past eleven o'clock in the 
forenoon of the seventh of INFay 1777, H-" Holyoak, M'^ Cockbill, Mary Perry, & 
Anne Crntchley present ; I)'' Petit, J. Dandridge, Esq''^ Miss S. Savage, Sponsors. 
Had the measles in Jnne 1780, the smallpox by inoculation 10 Feb, 1782. 

]\Iary Anne Landor was born 23 June 1778 about eight o'clock in tlie morning, 
D'' Holyoak, M'^ Cockbill, M''^ Farman, & Mary Perry present; ]\I" Lloyd, 
M''^ Venour, M'' Landor of Rugeley, Sponsoi'S. Had the measles 1780, the smallpox 
by inoculation Feb. 10, 1782. 

Henry Eyres Landor was born Jan''^ 2:5, 1780, about three o'clock in the after- 
noon, })l Holyoak, M" Farman, Mary Perry present ; ]\P' Knottesford, iM'' j\ratthew 
AVise, M'^ Eyres, Sponsors. Had the smallpox by inoculation Feb. 10, 1782. 

Robert Eyres Landor was born May 10, 1781, between the hours of nine & ten 
at night, D'' Hedow, Miss Ford, Mary Perry, Mary Hadley present, & was baptised 
May 31 in the parish of S. Nicholas by the Rev. R' Miller ; Sir Robert Lawley, 
]\I'" Ladbrooke, Jhiria Landor, Sponsors. Had the smallpox by inoculation Feb. 10, 
1782. 

Ellen Landor was born Sept. 24 about one o'clock p.m. 1782, H'' Hedow, 
M" Cockbill, IMai'y Perry, & Eliz. Garet present. Baptized 1787 ; M''« Savage, 
M'"^ Landor of Longdon, & the Rev. John Landt)r, Sponsors. Had the smallpox 
1787. 

The four eldest had the hooping cough. 



Taoiibrooke Reoisters. 



IJ(i])lisnis. 

William Savage, s. of Thomas Savage & Alis his wife, 
Thomas Savage, s. of Roger Savage & Ann his wii'e. 
]\largaret Savage, d. of Roger Savage & Anne his wife. 
Anne Savage, d. of ]loger Savage & Anne his wife. 
John Savage, s. of Rogci- Savage & Anne his wife. 
Willm, Savage, s. of Roger Savage & Anne his wife. 
Michaell Savage, s. of Roger Savage. & Anne his wife. 
Edward Savage, s. of Roger Savage & Susan his wife. 
Henric Savage, s. of Roger Savage & Anne his wife. 
Margaret Savage, d. of John Savnge &, Isbell his wife. 

• Coniiminioatcd by Kev. U. E. H. DUKE, Kector of Maltbj', Lincolnshire. 

f It was from the Siivaf^es of T.ichbrooke tliat the tnotlier of Walter Savage Landor .sprune:, 
and though that celebrated autlior consiilered they were descended from the more noble family 
of Savage in Cheshire and Worcestershire, there is no evidence to support his view, but rivthej- 
the contrary. 



1575 


Oct. 


21 


1577 


Oct. 


11 


1578 


Nov. 


21 


1579 


Dec. 


D 


1581 


Apri 


121 


1582 


Sep. 


20 


1584 


Oct. 


8 


1580 


Oct. 


25 


1588 


Dec. 


15 



KiOO 


Mur. 


30 


1GU8 


Jan. 


G 


1G09 


Nov. 




lG3-i 


Aug. 


'3 


1G39 


Sep. 


28 


1G51 


Feb. 


2 


IGTo 


Dec. 


3 


1G89 


Mar. 


26 


1G90 


Feb. 


12 


1692 


Nov. 


29 


1G94 


Nov. 


1 


169G 


June 


1 


1697 


Jan. 


28 


1699 


April 12 


llOi 


June 


13 


1708 


June 


30 


1743 


Nov. 


29 


1745 


Sep. 


3 


1747 


]\Iar. 


27 


1748 


Sep. 


16 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEIIALDICA. 285 

1591 Oct. 12 Jane Savage, d. of Laurence Savage <ii. Anne bis wife. 
1593 Jan. 27 Isabel! Savage, d. of Tjaurenee Savage it Anne bis wife. ; 

1595 Oct. 8 Jobn Savage, s. of r^aurence Savage & Anne iiis wife. '• • ' 
1597 Hope Savage, d. of Laurence Savage & Anne bis wife. 

Uicliard Savage, s. of Ijanrence Savage it Anne his wife. 

Margaret Savage, d. of Iiicbard Savage & Isabell bis wife. 

Isabell Savage, d. of Lorance Savage & Jane bis wife. 

William Savage, s. of Ricbard Savage & ]\Iary his wife. 

Thomas Savage, s. of Ricbard Savage & Mary bis wife. ■' ■' ' 

]\rabilia d. of Ricbard Savage. 

Daniel s. of William Savage, gen. 

Williani s. of William Savage, jun''. 

Elizabeth d. of William Savage, jun''. '';' 

Richard s. of Williani Savage, gener. 

Charles 8. of AVilliam Savage, juu. ' " •' 

Charles s. of William Savage, gen. • " 

Richard s. of William Savage. >:.,_. 

Mary d. of William Savage, gen. '.' /" 

Hannah d. of William Savage, gen. 

John s. of William Savage, generosus. 

Elizabeth d, of Clia. Savage, gen., & Ann his wife ; born 
29 Oct. 1743. 

Mary Savage, d, of Charles & Anne ; born July 19. 

Anne Savage, d. of Charles & Anne ; born March 2. . . 

Susanna Savage, d. of Charles & Anne ; born Aug. 28. 

Marriages. 
1574 Nov. 23 Thomas Savage, s. of John Savage of this parish, & Alls Com- 
mander, d. of Will'". 
1576 Nov. 3 Roger Savage, s. of John Savage of this parish, & Anne Com- 
mander, d. of W"' of the same parish. 
1579 July 16 William Murcote, s. of Henrie Murcote of this parish, & Margaret 
Savage, d. of John Savage of the same parish. 
John Savage vt isabell Smith, both of Lliis parish. 
Ijanreuce Savage of this parisb it Anne Wellerston. 
liorance Savage & Joaue Shax]x;i', both (W tins parisli. 
Tbomas Pratt of Tachbrook & Margaret Savage of the same. 
Edward Savage of Tachbrook & Jane Greene of the same. 
Iiicbard Savage of Tachbrooke & Mary Lees of Ijithorne. 
Hewens Cattell of the parisli of Tysoe & Hannah Savage, 
('bai-les Savage of this {nirisb vt Anno Eyres of the parish of 
S' Nicolas, Warwick. 

17G8 Sep. 29 William Bond of Wolverhampton in the co. of Stalls & Mary 
Savage of this parish. 

Burials. 
'J'bomas Savage, yeoman. 
Margaret Savage, d. of Roger. 
Jolian Savage the wife of John. 
Agnes Savage, wydow. , 

Jobn Savage, gent. 

Ricbard Savage, s. of Laurence Savage. 
Agnes Savage, wife of Lawrence Savage. 
Ricbai'd Savage, husbaudman. 
Thomas Savage, yeoman. 
Elizabeth Savage, wife of Ricbard Savage. 
Ricbard Savage, husbandman. 



1 584 


Nov. 


•J 


1590 


Oct. 


11 


1605 


Jan. 


28 


1607 


Oct. 


13 


1614 


Oct. 


17 


1633 


Mar. 


4 


1735 


June 


6 


1742 


Sep. 


14 



1574 


Aug. 30 


1578 


Dec. 21 


1582 


June 17 


1592 


June 1 


1594 


April 18 


1601- 


Sep. 10 


1603 


Sej). 22 


1605 


Jan. 20 


1605 


Feb. 23 


1609 


Jan. 28 


1G12 


May 20 



', r. f 



in odiii 



286 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Isbell Savage, wydow. 

Lorance Savage, cotier. 

Hope Savage, wydow. 

Edward Savage, cotier. 

]\rargarct Savage, a pooro maid. . ' , 

Alice wife of William Savage. 

ElizabeLli Savage, a poorc maid. 

Daniel s. of William Savage, yeoman. . ' " • 

Richard Savage, gent. 

Elizabeth wile of WiUiam Savage, gen. >;-, -v ,' ■■ ;!■ ; .i;:-.". rf 

]\rary Savage, relict R. S. ■ .• !.,"m ■-•|.. v, l 

Charles infant s. of William Savage, junior. 

Richard s. of William Savage, jun''. 

William Savage, sen., gen. 

Richard Savage, s. of William Savage. 

William Savage. • ■ ' 

William Savage. 

Johannes Savage. 

]\Iary Savage, widow. 

Charles Savage, aged 63. "' , ' ..■ 

M" Ann Savage, widow. 



1G13 


Dec. 


18 


161G 


May 


20 


lOlG 


Jnne 


16 


1029 


July 


15 


ICl",) 


(3ct. 


5 


ig;u 


Jan. 


27 


ig;}1 


April 13 


1G79 


July 


12 


1G8-1 


Aug. 


27 


1087 


Aug. 


24 


108!) 


Oct! 


24 


1G94 


June 


29 


10 1)7 


Nov. 


23 


161)7 


Nov. 


29 


1G138 


April 


30 


1723 


]\rar. 


28 


172G 


May 


1 


1728 


Aug. 


29 


1732 


Feb. 


23 


1759 


June 


3 


1795 


Mar. 


7 



1641 


Feb. 


23 


1645 


May 


18 


1556 






1503 


Oct.' 


18 


1042 


June 


20 


1771 


Oct. 


14 


1784 


Nov. 


4 


1558 


Feb. 


18 


1567 


May 


22 


1583 
1035 


June 
iVu. 


14 
I 



1539 


April 


120 


1541 


Sep. 


4 


1543 


Mar. 


10 


1544 


June 


9 


1544 


Sep. 


10 


1545 


June 


18 


1548 


Oct. 


18 


1549 


Feb. 


10 


1550 


Feb. 


4 



Newbold Pacy Registers. 
Baptisms. 

Margaret d. of Tho« Savidge. 
Thomas s. of Tho^ Savadge. 

Marriages. 
John Edes & Margaret Savage. 
Rich^i Savage & Elizabeth Hakins. 

W'u Jackson of Ashorne & Ales Savage ; married at Tachbrooke. 
Benj. Savage of Barford & Mary Molles of this ])ari8h. 
Tho' Savage of Wellesbourne & Susannah Colegrove of this parish. 

Burials. 
Annes Savage. 
Rychard Savage. 
Isabel 1 Savage. 
One Edward Savadge, a stranger who dyed in Ashorne fields. 



Moil ETON MORRELL REGISTERS. 
Baptisms. 
John s. of Lawrence Savege. 
Aliis d. of Tiawrence Savege. 
Anne d. of John Savege. 
Richard s. of Jjawrence Savege. 
Aliis Savage, d. of Laurens Savege. 
Elne d. of Lawrens Savege. 
Elizabeth d. of Lawrens Savege. 
Thomas s. of John Savege. 
Edward s. of John Savege. 



1553 


Oct. 


25 


1555 


Apri 


120 


1558 


Apri 


130 


1559 


Oct. 


6 


1559 


Dec. 


16 


15G3 


Feb. 


17 


1565 


April 16 


1565 


Oct. 


8 


1566 


Mar. 


22 


1663 


Sep. 


22 



1543 


Oct. 


— 


1546 


June 


11 


1560 


Sep. 


22 


1561 


Nov. 


22 


1562 


Sep. 


23 


1581 


Feb. 


10 


1618 


Oct. 


8 


1660 


Feb. 


22 


1703 


June 


8 


1725 


Sep. 


28 


1552 


Aug. 


11 


1561 


Mar. 


4 


1562 


Jan. 


14 


1563 


May 


5 


1563 


Oct. 


30 


1563 


Dec. 


12 


15(i4 


Nov. 


4 


1565 


April 16 


1569 


July 


22 


1587 


Mar. 


28 


1603 


Dec. 


2 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UERALDICA. 287 

Richard s. of John Savegc, •■ ' " • 

Roger s. of John Savege. ' , • 

Elizabctli d. of John Savege. 

Laurence s. of Edward Savage. 

Margaret d. of John Savag. 

xVnne d. of Edward Savag. ^ •, ,. 

Aliis d. of John Savag. 

Richard s. of ?]dward Savag. ''■'■• 

Johan d. of John Savag. 

Mary d. of Thomas Savage & Elizabeth his wife, of the ])arish of 

Tachbrooke in the county of Warwick, was born Sep. 17 & 

bapt. Sep. 22. 

Marriages. 

John Savege & Jhoan Smyth. p- 

William Ilye & Elizabeth Savag. ' ^ 

Edward Savag & Anne Jlienkins. 
Harry Jhenkins & Aliis Savage. 
Thomas GrilHn & Aune Savag. ^ . 
Jhames Wynore & Aliis Savag. 
John Stanley & Anne Savage. 

Thomas Poole of Morton in Marsh & Mary Savage of West- 
bourne in ye county of Warwick. 
Thomas Savage & Jane Cockbill. 
Thomas Ooates & Eleanor Savage. 

Burials. . 
Ellyn Savag. 
Anne Savag. 
Richard Savag. 
Aliis Savag. 
Lawrens Savag. 
Isabel Savag. 

l']lizabeth Savag, wife of Edward Savag. 
Edward Savage. 
-Ilioan Savag. 
ivichard Savage. 
Henry Savage. 



Barford Registers. 
Baptisms. 
1570 April 11 Robert Savage, s. of Robert Savage the elder. 
1574 Aug. 10 Jo. Savage, s. of Robert Savage. 
1578 July 14 Robert s. of Robert Savage. 
1607 Feb. 8 Jane Savage, d. of Edward Savage. 

Marriages. 
1558 Jan. 14 Robert Savage & Jane Rawbone. 
1562 Sep. 24 Thomas Griffeth & Annis Savage ; in Morton. 

Burials. 
1568 Dec. 23 Thomas Savage of Barford. 

1570 last day of Feb. Robert Savage, s. of Robci't Savage the elder. 
1570 Sep. 20 John Savage, s. of Robert Savage. 



1 



288 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Johanna wife of Robert Savage. • ' 

Uobcrt Savage. ' ' •' ■•• /' 

Ales Savage. 

Jane Savage, d. of Tlioraas Savage. 



1581 


July 


10 


1585 


Sep 


t)o 


1588 


Apni 


5 


1G14 


July 


15 



Alveston Registers. 



Ifi03 


May 


1 


i(;()4 


Dec. 


1 


1607 


Juno 


28 


1(308 


J)ec. 


22 


1621 


Aug. 


7 


1623 


Jan. 


4 


1635 


Mar. 


20 


1542 


Dec. 


2 


15>S2 


Oct. 


2 


1618 


Oct. 


19 


1620 


May 


1 


1695 


Nov. 


28 



Baptisms. ^ .^^ . . '. 

Anne d. of AVill™ Savage. ' i . ■ .,,,.,. ,•,,-., , ' 

Marg'' d. of William Savage. ■ ,v ' . .' '. . • ' 

Alice d. of William Savage. , , ,,,.. 

Richard s. of AVilliam Savage. , . ;.,-:^. 

Edmonde s. of Richard Savage. ,.'; ,..• ' ' ■ 

Joaue d. of Richard Savage. . ' • ^ ' 

Marie d. of Richard Savage. ., > i 

Marr lanes. ' ' ' .'I 

Richard Savage & Margery Milward. ,; ' , • ' ' ', ' , . --/fi 

Thomas Herkins & Joane Savedge. ,..'''''■ .,; ■•: ' 'vj 

William Savage & Frances Hutchens. ■'.■^.' s"^.^ •■4< ..-. ;^ 

Richarde Savage & Joane Alcocks. | 

John Blagrave, Clerk, of ye parish of Eberton [Rbrington] in ye 
Diocese and County of (Jloncester, & Anne Savage of ye parish 
of Stratford in ye County of Warwick and Diocese of Worcester ; | 

by Licence- \ 

Burials. ... 



1652 Sep. 27 Richard Savage. 
1665 Aug. 23 Joane Savage, widow. 



Wasperton Register. 
Married. 
1742 Sep. 14 Charles Savage of Bps. Tachbrooke & Anne Eyres of S' Nicholas 
Warwick ; by Licence. 



S'l'RKTTON-ON-FoSSE REGISTER. 

Baptized. 
1693 July 20 John s. of M'' Thos. Savidge. 

Married. 
1691 Dec. 8 Thomas Savidge, gent., & . . . . Hickes. 



LoxLEY Register. 

Married. 
1769 Jan. 7 John Savage, bach^ & Hannah Better, spinster. 

(7<» be cuiitimicd.) 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALIHCA. 



289 



^Detricfrtcs of tJjc Jfamilj) of Copt. 



Cope of ^omrrsiet* 

From Wills. 



I I 

John Cope of West Lidfofd, Somerset, Biocese of Bath and Robert Cope, 

Wells, yeoraiin. To be Iniried in churchyard there. AVill called bro- 

dated 11 8e|)toinl)er ;{;> VAh. ; jM'oved 2(1 November 151)1. ther ; residu- 

liCti^acics to ])ooi' of R. and W. liidford, Lovini^^ton, Kington, ary lepjatee 

Mandficld, Barton Oavic, Habcary, and Northbarrowe. and ex'or. 
Mart^aret Hi'owno had a bushel of wheat. 



John Strong of=Eliza- 

W. Lidford. beth. 

Both alive 33 Eliz. 



I I 

Thomas Cope, William Cope, 

called brother, called brother, 

=p not named in 

John's will ; 

married . ... • '. ' 

! I n 

Four children, all left legacies by their uncle John, but not named 



Edith, had lier brother 
John's lands in S. 
Brente and Edge- 
meade. 



S 



From Visitation of Somerset, 1623. 
Simon Sydenham=Anne Cope. 



Richard Coope the elder of Bal- 
tonsboro', Somerset, 



.Foane Poole, called aunt in Richard's 
will and had his estate and lands in 
Barton Davie. 



Richard Coope of Baltonsboro', the 
younger, yet)maii ; to be buried in 
churcliyard there. Will date<l 28 
October IGGi) ; proved 14 May 
1674. Witnesses : Ed. Spencer 
and Giles Kelway. Land in Barton 
Davie. 



Walter Coope, ex'or and re- 
siduary legatee of his brother 
Richard ; had his land in 
Barton Davie in fee after 
death of aunt Joane Poole. 

Bernard Coope, legatee of his 
brother Richard, 



Mary. 

Phillippe. 

Alice. 
All legatees 
of brother 
Richard. 



Communicated by Mfb. Emma Elizabeth Cope — concluded from p. 244, 



.h'.mkiiH 



290 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

Cope of (Prhljroolt, ro» Derbp* ,,' 

. John Oope^Miiry . . . , ■/ 



Joseph Cope, born 11 October 175G ; died 



III 
John Cope, Willinni Cope, Joseph Cope,*::frRhoda Sneap, born Edward Cope, 



born ; born ; born circa 

married went to Lon- 177U ; died 

; died don ; died 30 December 

. .-.-. 1835. 



about 1778 ; died born 24 April 
15 June 1850. 1785; married 

; died 



I I I 

John Cope, William Cope, born=Anne Hutchinson, Joseph Cope,=pAnne Emp- 



born ; 1801; died 28 born 17!32 ; died born 1813; 

mar. ; March 1879. 1 February 1875. died 

died 



sail. 



I 

Joseph Cope, born 4 July 1840. 



John Cope, born 20 February 1842.^ 



John Edward Cope, born 1872. 



Cope of 93irmtncj:I)am* 



Charles Henry Cope of Spart Street, Birmingham,=j=Mary, da. of Col. 
died 1863. I John Jones. 



Charles Cope of Wigginton Park,=j=Mary E. C, eldest da. of Jonathan Minett. 
Stafford, born 1821. 



Charles Henry Cope, born 1854. 



Charles Rogers Cope,=pSarah Ann, da. of Edward Rickards 
died 1874. of Birmin'^ham. 



Edward Stephens Cope of Kinnerton= Frances, da. of R. Stearey of Nottingham 
Court, Radnor. married 1879. ' 



* Was this the Field luspcctor of English Army Hospital from 1795—1832 ? 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



291 



Cope ot 3K.ontion, 

. . . . Cope of London. 



T 



1 III 

Eev. Richard Cope, born near=p. ... da. of Rev. James (?) Maria. 


(?) Others. 


Craven Chapel. London, 177G, 


Davis, Cope. 




LL.D. ; Tutor Evangelical 


niarnec 


— 




Colleg:e, Dublin ; died ; 


1801. 


Thomas 




buried at Penrhyu. 




Cope. 




1 1 
Thomas Wilson Cope, Edwarc 


Leio-h 


1 1 
James Hiley=j=Emily Julia. 


(?) Maria. 


born 1802 ; died at Cope, born 


Morgan of 


William- 


= 


Dublin 1822. 18U5 ; of Mag-- 


Aberga- 


son. 


.... died 


— dalcn Hall, 


venny, 




1850. 


Richard J. Cope. Oxon ; died 


bookseller. 






1850. 


A- 


;V-) 



Copt of illonmoutl)^ 

William Cope, lived at The Newbles, near Monmouth ; 
returned from West Indies 1754 and purchased pro- 
perty in North Monmouthshire. 



Jolin Cope, died unmarried. William Cope of The Newbles. 
Lost most of the property. 



I I 

. . . .r^William Cope=pMiss Powell of Coldbrook, Matthew Cope. 
1st wife. near Raglan. 2nd wife. 



I I 
William Cope, 
married. 



died 



Eleanor, married William 
Collingdon, now of Keyns- 
ham, near Bristol. 



Matthew Cope of 8t. 
IMellons, married 
Margaret, da. ol' 
lienson Harrison of 
Westmorland. 



Matthew Cope, 
married 10. 
Price of'Caer- 
leon. 



T 



I I 
Margaret, mar- 
ried Alfred 
Morris. 

Martha, unmar- 
ried. 



William Cope= Helen, da. of ... . Shuld- 
of Peterston- ham of Ballymulvey, co. 
super-Ely. Longford, Ireland. 



I I I 

John Cope, William Cope, Arthur 
married married .... Cope. 



292 



MlSCliLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



CIjc iieflt^tcrs of Jhthbtrrolu, co. SSScirce^iter; 



Parociiia dk Inkhokrow 1G22. CoriA Rkokstri eorum qui Baptizati, Con- 

JUdIO CurULATI FUERli, KT SkI'ULTI HOO AnNO 1622. 



April 1 
April 2 
April 12 
April 15 
April 15 
April 15 

April 2!) 
April 29 
Uny 13 
May 20 

July 7 
July 21 
Aui>-. 24 
Au-. 28 
Sop. 30 
Oct. 7 
Oct. 28 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 25 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 



Baptizati. 

John Nibiet. 
Susan Dison. 
Mary Sale. 
Thomas lluut. 
Filia Thorn. Darbee. 
Filius Tho. ('ourte. 
EUeiior fil. Thorn. Dison. 
IMary Toius. 
Francis ihiriet. 
John Ellins. 
EUenor Vaiifrlian. 
Tabitlia Smith. 
John Ratley.:}: 
Thomas Trindar.^ 
Klizab. (ioar. 
Wilim. Wea,vcr. 
Tiiomas Hemming. . 
Robert Stevens. 
Anne Sale. 
Edward Huntley. 
Ellenor Hobbius. 
Thomas lliggons. 
Joan Harrison. 
Mary (Jrove. 
Alice Dankes. 
Alice Ellins. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



April 23 
Aug. 18 

Oct. 30 



April 
]\Iay 

July 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 



Alice Perks. 
Isabel Sutton. 
Joan llarbage. 
Isabel Hunt. 
Alice Turner. 
Alice Ellins. 
Mary Style. 
John Norris. 

Matrimonio copulat. 

Edward Walton & Anne Lett. 

William Diple & Ellenor 
Bromley. 

William Willis & Mary Stew- 
ard. 

Sep III ti. 

Elizabeth Harvey. 
Symou Bristow. 
John Court. 
Tabitha Harvey. 
Thomas Whoman. 
William Weaver, 
Humfry lleynes. 
John Vyne.f 
Joan-Ballard. 



f ta est : FIuGii Glover, Vir, 



Richard Windle, 
Richard IIarriete 



j Gar 



diani. 



Copia IvKdisTRi. Arohivik apud Inkrorrow pro Anno D'ni 1G25. 



April — 



May 
July 
July 
Aug. 



27 



10 



Nomina eorum qui Baptizati fiiere. 

Isabella fil. Wilhni. Dipple. 
Anna fil. Jo. Staple. J 
Ursula fil. Tho. Heming.| 
Margareta fil. Tho. Dison. 
Henricus fil. Henrici Hunt. 
Dorothea fil. Jo. Saunders.| 
EdwarduB fil. Edwardi .... 
Fran. fil. Hugonis Glover. J 
Elizabetha fil. Alexaudri Dison. 
Tliomas fil. Thomas Whoman. 
Joanna fil. Willni. Goar. 



* From the Transcripts in " Edgar Tower," Bishop's Register. 

t Communicated by William Bradbrook, JI.R.G.S.— continued from p. 248. 

I The entries throughout marked with a double-dagger [thus, J] are very indistinct. 



I 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDTCA. 293 

Aug. — Jana fil. Tho. Brooke. ;■ . -' ..••„ ■ -. 

Sep. 22 Thu. ill. liobert Wilson. ' " '' '' ' ^'•''' '"•' ' '^*'' 

Oct. 1) William fil. Willmi. Hill. 

Oct. 9 Francisca fil. Antonii Young (Yongc). 

Oct. 20 Elizabeth fil. Fraiicisci Freeman, 

Oct. 20 Henricus Ellete fil. Hen. Ellete. ■- ■ 

Nov. 5 P]lizabetha fil. Jo. Partridge. . , _ • • 

Nov, 27 Isabella filia Willmi. Laugher. 

Dec. 4 Henricus fil. Tho. Disou de Holberrow. 

Jan. 22 Jana fil. Tho. Smyth. , . , . 

Jan. 22 Jana fil. Tho. Hale. "'«' -^ .r. > -nqv; 

Feb. 12 Jana fil. Koberti Horwood. ,; , , 

Mar, 5 Edwardus fil. Kichardns Harvey. •..-•.... . 

Mar, 5 Willmus, fil. Henrici (iriffin, ^ ", ■ . 

Mar. 16 Joha. fil. Tho. Hunt. 

Ita testantur : Hugh Oi.ouer, Vic. Thomas Whoman, 1 ci,,^j,c}^^jjj.denB 
' Richard Steward, j ^""^^'i" '»"<;"»• 

Nomina eorum qui in Matrimonio copulati fuere. , 

April 6 Tho. Heming & Francisca Garret. 

May 10 Henricus Griffin et Alicia Martial. A .;,, 

June 11 Henricus (J rasier ct Elizabetha Few. ' . . - 

June 11 Ivobertus A\'ilson et Cicilia Martiall. n;!--- >,;-.,•'«■ 

July 11 Henricus Kllete et Tabitiia Hemiug. • - . . - 

Oct, 20 Willmus, Martiull et Kathcriua Aul)oat.t 

Nov. 1() Henricus Dison et Anuu Steward. '. 

Itatestantur: ll™„ (3,.0UKU,Vie. '|;;rA*?DlTZu;.>'>'>''''™*-- 

Nomina eorum qui Sepulti in die. 

^far. 27 Edwardus Boulton. 

April G Gualterus Steward. 

April 7 Ellenora Hunt, vid. 

April 11 Tho. Dison. 

May 12 Tho. Court. 

]\Iay 12 Johannes Viyne,J: 

June 23 Radolphus Russell, 

June 29 Joanna Vyne, vid. 

July 23 Jana Garret, vid. 

Oct. 9 Anna Haynes dc Kington. 

Oct. 21 Anna Green. 

Oct, 26 Elizabeth Poundrell. 

Nov. 1 Robert Parker. 

Nov. 28 Anne Heynes de Dorms ton, 

Feb, 17 Jo, ffreeman. 

l''eb, 24 Henricus Heyne. 

I'el), 2-1 Hu'fridus Oswold. 

]\Tar. 10 AVilhn. hawgher, 

Itatestantur: HudJi Glouku, Vic, '''"^'MAS ^^^ifO^AN, 1 ci„„.ciavardens, 
' Rh;uard Steward, / 

1626. 
Nomina eonim q\n Baptizati fuere hoc anno predicto. 
April (') Ricliiu'd I he sounu of Thonuia Dowlc the younger. 
April 6 Mai-gai'iit the diiughter of Thoniiis Dison of Nobcrry. 
April 28 Sara the daughter of Thomas Pej'ks of Great Inkborrow. 



294 MISCELLANEA QENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 

May 18 Hunifrey the sonne of William Ridding of Little Tnkborrow was baptized 
on Asceusiou Day. 

Mary the dantrhter of John Gynner. 

Anne the daughter of M'' Plugh Glover, Vicar of this place, & Elizabeth ;^* 

his wife, being thirteenth child ; nata fuit die Sabbati 18 Junii juxta \\^\ 

horam septiinam vespertin'. ■' ; 

William the sonne of William Rand. .. ' . 

Raph the sonne of Raph Baker of Little Inkborrow. 

Anne the daughter of John Woolmer [?] of Cladsoll. ;■.' 

Elizaljeth the daughter of Constautine I fopkitis of Great Tnkborrow. 

Jane the daughter of Thonuis Dison of Moi-ton. 

.fane tlie daughter of Thomas Hemming of Little Likborrow. 

]\rary tlie daughter of William Kiddell of Oookhill. 

Jlencrie the Sonne of Thonuis Whoman of Great Likborrow. 

John the sonne of John Blicke of Oookhill. 

]\[argaret the daughter of Giles Norris. 

Elizabeih the daughter of William Willis of Little Likborrow. 

John the sonne of ... . Churchley. 

Anne the daughter of ffrancis flVeeman of Greate Likborrow. ' , '; 

j\Iary tlut daughter of John llaruy of Egioke. ^% 

Raphael the sonne of John Edes of jMorton Underhill. ^S'^ 

James the sonne of Thomas Darbee of Routes. _;• .,yf 

]\Iai-y the daughter of John Phillipps of Great Inkbori'ow. \ - '"'\- 

Margaret the daugliter of Robert Goar. >i^ 

Margaret the daughter of Ifrancis Smith. 

Thomas the Sonne of William Groues. 

William the Sonne of William Goar. 

Margaret the daughter of Anchor [?] Ellins of Hollberrow. ' r- ';. 

Nomina eonm qui in Matri. copulati hoc anno 1626. 

June 22 John Phillips of Littleton & Marie the daughter'of !M'' Thomas Garret. 
July 20 Richard Huband the sonne of ]\I'' Thomas Hubaud & Anne the daughter 

of iM"" William Gowar. 
July 26 Richard Johnsonne of Alcester & Elizabeth Baskauile of Oookhill. 
Dec. lU M"' ]\lartiM Saudis the second sonne of S'" Samuell Saudis, Knight, of 

Ombersley, & IM^'^ Francis the daughter of S'' Francis Egioke t)f Shui'- 

nocke. Knight. 

Noniina SepiiUonivi hoc anno 1626. 

William the sonne of John Hunt of Olodsell. ■'•■■ 

William Peppey or Sheppey [?] of Routes. , , 

Margaret the wife of Samuell Newman of Holberrow. . 'V 

Samuell Newman of Holberrow. -,'1 

Thomas Ifarre of Kington. .[0. 

Richard Smith of Kington. ■>«• 

John Ellets of Egioke. • W 

Joyce Elmonds of Bowtes. 'M 

Margaret Simonds, widdow. "■ \^ 

Richard fliggot. | 

Anne ILmt, widdow. ■ . J 

thnis. Hugh Glouer, Vic . „^^ x,^„ , ' } wardens. il 

John Ldks, • j ' 'h 



May 


81 


June 


22 


June 


22 


Aug. 


12 


Aug. 


27 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


18 


Dec. 


31 


Jan. 


1 


Jan. 


17 


Jan. 


18 


Jan. 


26 


Feb. 


11 


Mar. 


7 


I\rar. 


10 


l\Lir. 


11 


]\Iar. 


11 


Mar. 


18 


llav. 


18 


Mar. 


18 


Mar. 


18 


Mnv. 


18 


Mar. 


18 


Mar. 


20 



Apri 


28 


June 


9 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


7 


Dec. 


3 


Dec. 


22 


Jan. 


1 


Jan. 


8 


Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


23 


Feb. 


27 



i 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IlERALDICA. 295 

I^AROCIIIA DE iNKltOKHOUail. 



No' I'd cone' qui Bai>tizati hoc Anno D'ni HJ2S/uere. 

Mar. 30 Joliis. fills. JoIi'Ih ITopldriH. 

Mar. 80 JoliiH. fil. Joliiw. Ilulc. • /;,,{,, i,-j., ;.,,.,.,..:, .^i, '.vi.w 

Mar. 30 Sarah filia 'J'lioniic Brooke. 

April G Edwardus fil. Tlio. Smyth. 

April 8 Johes. fil. popnli per Tho. Huntley et Alic Netherton. 

April 13 ]\laria fil. AVillmi. Rand. ■ ■ > ■ 

April 20 Ellenora fil. Richardi Petford. 

May 1 John fil. Joh'n Stile. '-■ •' ■ ..,,,;.. 

May 23 Willmus. et Juditli filius et filia Authon. Eliins, et sepult. mense eod. '' ■■''^'\ 

June 15 Hugo fil. llugonis Horwood. 

June 22 Maria fil. Georg Asplin. 

July 20 Thomas fil. Tho. Dison de Morton. 

July 20 Isabella fil. Roberti Goar. 

July 20 Willmus. fil. AVillmi. Hale. 

July 24 Elizabetha fil. Johis. Phillips. 

July 27 Jana fil. Willm. Reddill.t 

Aug. 7 Anna fil. Robti. Banes.| . : ^/ ■ 

Aug. 30 Johte. fil. Joins. Stajile. 

Sep. 28 Alicia fil. Richardi Hunt. 

Oct. 16 Willms. fil. Thoiu. Hiero'm.:}: 

Nov. 2 Francisca fil. Johis. Plick. 

Nov. 30 Ursula fil. EranciKci llVceman. 

Dec. 7 Alicia filia Willi. Askew. ' 

Dec. 18 Joli'es fil. Edmundi Rarcroft. 

Dec. 28 Thomas fil. Thoa3. Browne. 

Jan. 1 Francisca fil. Thoa3. Heming. 

Jan. 20 Johes. fil. Henrici ffiggett. 

.Ian. 25 Maria fil. Will. Bowlton. 

Feb. 10 Richard, fil. Rich. Eaton. 

Feb. 2-t Ursula fil. Henrici Ellets. 

Feb. 28 Thomas fil Goar. 

Mar. 10 Ursula fil. Johis. Yate. 

Mar. 14 Richard, fil. Richard. Harrets. 

Mar. 22 Samuell fil. Henrici Newman. 

Mar. 22 Giles fill. Tho'a Ganderton.| 

Ha^c copia transcript ea Registro x\pnd Tnkborrow et concordat testits. : 

IIUOH 0,,OU.K,Vic. 'rNo"'BEOo\.,} Churchwardens. 

No'Ca eoru' qui in Matrimonio copulati hoc Anno Dni. 1G28. 

May — Tho. Grymet et Katherine Smith. 

May 15 John Britten et Elizabeth Whoman. 

Aug. 9 Johan' Dison et Anna .... 

Oct. 7 Hugho Sale et Jana Griffin, vid. 

Oct. 9 Georgi's ffiggett et Elizab. Wright. 

Nov. 6 Richard Tryndar et Maria Harvey. 

Jan. 25 Edward Watton et Dorothea Wheeler. 

Concordat cum Registro apud Inkborrow iijs. testi : 

Ilnono G,.ou.u, Vic, ^SUi^^^:^, } Chnrehwardens. 

(^To be continued.) 



296 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



EXTRACTS FROM OLD BIBLP]. 
John Pursloue which uas horne at Sudbury had a girl uhich was called Margrett 
? '^7 1 \i- • ^^"^'^^' ''^' ^^'^-^^''^''^l ^f'i^h was ftather to William Moblett, 
ami he [.s^.] Mistress Garbetes daughter of Haytton neare ludlow in the county 
ot Ssa lop and ye sayd William Moblett had three suns and on Daughte.-, Daniell, 
Ixobart and ^^ ilham. Baniell married Ann y-' daughter of M'' Gough of ye Marsli 
neare Westbnry ,n the county of Ssallope. Hobart married Dinah tlie daughter of 
ove, rJr" "'^"^^l^'"'"'f'n [?] in the county of Montgomery. William went 

The foresayd. John Purslowe married with Ann bottrell the daughter of Tho» 
bottrell ot bottrell Aston m the county of Scallop and the said JohtrPu.'slowe had 
tow sonns 1 homas and Robart Thomas married Ursula Chomley the daughter of 

<-.''7^'ey of Coyenhall in the ounty of Sstaflbrd, Esqier. liobartt P^irslowe 

married M'' Jeytons daughter of Minster Thomas Purslowe liad three sonns 

Edward Henry and J homas .... daughter called Sscolastica whom they married 

Will'- Tf, ':l" r","^f "'^"''"^ ^"'^ ^^''^'''^^ ^^'^ ^'^Ȥ- above mentioned 

llislowe ' '"' ''""' ""'^ "" f^anghter John Purslowe and Brigetta 

To Carry the title of ancient ftimylyes and haueing none of the quallityes that 
to Bost ^^'''""^^ ^^ ^'"'^ ^°^''^ ^*^^""« the famyly and hath not wherewith 

The Ages that come After mee ] 

heare they may find thayre pedygree S> 1668. 
for me. J 

John Puusr-owE. 

Thomas Parslowe was borne the third day of September About Ten of the Clock 

MiiisLnf l(;rT^' "' ^^ "'^ ^""^ '"'''" ^''^^'^^^^ ^y ^^'' Pli'll'PPS in the house at 

John 'Purslowe of Minsterley, Ann the daughter of Richard Mason of Menton 
weare Married I\lay the 18"' in the yeare 1617. 

William I>ursl..wo was borne the 11*'. day of May being WitliH. Munday About 
8 ol the Clocko in the morning and was l)aptised the Thursday after being a Day 

?Ir iV'", ^'^7-'" ^''^' ^''^ S'ood suckces of the protestance in Ireland at Elsemere by 
M"^ Moyle, Viccor, 16-19. ' ^ 

_ Aane [s/r] Purslowe was borne the 13"' day of Nouemb' About to of the Clocke 
in (J.o Morning being Satturday and was baptised on Sunday fortnight After by 
M' Sedon at Westbury, 1652. ^ .-, .7 

Sara Purslowe was borne the xv'^ daye of March About one of the Clock in the 
UiifliTe MarS -^ITeS^^^^^ '" ^^'"^ ''""'" ^^ Minsterley 1655, and she departed 
_ . . . Purslowe was borne the 13^h April being Tusday About ix of the 

M^DttLTMinist:rri658." '^^^'"' "" '""''^^ '''''' " ' ' ' ^" ^^^^^-'^ ^^^ 
Jfary Pursley was borne the 7'" day off September being Friday aboute nine of 
heClukein the morning . . . baptised on y^ morrow after being Saturday 
Cowper 1 arson of llabberley 111 the house att Minsterley 1660 ^ • • • 

• Judith Purslowe was borne the 2'^ day of September being' Sunday about 12 of 
y^ block .... Saturday .... "^ 

Katarina Purslowe was borne y^ 15 day of October being thursday About tow of 
Jr-'Hiiliafd .'" ^' "'"""^' '" ''"' *"^'^''''^ ^' ^"^^^"'^ '^''' '''''^''' ^^^t^'- ^y 



* Conimuiiioatcd by Rev. W. E. L 



AYTOI^, F.S.A. 



MISCELLANKA K M<:aJ-OG ICA ET IIKKAI-DICA, 



207 



iHominicntnl $n53;rnption<5 



jl}lavj)Ulji:iiu ^^ari^il) Cljurcl); 



Bmi.ow Wkst (Jallkry. 

New nicniorial tablet of i>-miiuctal, Rurroiiiidiiiji- copper centre with inscription: — 
Tlie City ol London Iinj-erial Volunteers | Duiee Et Decornni (C.I.V.) est pro- 
patria Mori. | In menioiy of j Henry Oscar Palmer | a private in tliis regiment 
and gunner in the | 3"^ ]\Iiddh?sex Volunteer Artiller}' eldest son | of Henry 
Jawes and Harriett IMatii.da Palmer of | this Parish. He died at Bloenifonteiu 
27"' May 1900 in | the South African Campaign, Aged 23 years. 

This memorial is erected at the expense of the Pegimental iiind. | The Uight 
Honourable Sir Alfred Newton, Bart., Lord Afayor | 'l81):)-ll)00. 



A white marble tablet, with cherub above lifting a curtain :— .Sacred | to the 
memory | of j Rebecca Phipps | the beloved wife of | Henry Moreton-Dyer ] 
Esfpiire | of this parish | jvho died | on the 12"' of August 1830 | and whose mortal 
remains | are deposited in the family vault | under this church. | To the stranger | 
this tablet could but feebly convey | an idea of those virtues, which, as | a Christian, 
a wife, mothei', fi'iend and mistress | she so eminently displayed ; | but to her 
deeply-afflicted ( husband and children, | who can never cease to moui'n her loss, | 
and who alone derive consolation from ( the blessed liope of re-union in that world | 
whei'e sorrow entereth not, | the erection | of it afl'ords a melancholy satisfaction j 
as a fond memorial of all | her allection, tenderness and devotion. 



First ivindoiiK Beneath is a brass plate inscribed : — In loving memory of Emma 
wife of LooMRK I Ci'LHAM Brooke who died 24"' October 187(1. The | Oii'tof her 
husband. 



A white marble tablet with a weeping figure above : — In memory of | IMrs. 
Mahtha Udny I (widow of BoBERT Udny, formerly of Teddington, Esq.) | Sub- 
governess of her late royal Highness | The Princpiss Chaplotte of Wales. | In 
the midst of jai-ring intei-ests, | hhc secured the respect and allection | of her royal 
])upil and the approbation ) of his ]\Iajesty | As a daughter and a wife her conduct 
was an example | her virtues were without ostentation ; | her mind highly cultivated 
it her judgement strong ; | her gentleness, patience and sweetness of disposition | 
were evinced in a life of severe trial | devoted to the service of God and the study 
of His word | she was enabled through the mei-its | of her Redeemer | to look with 
ho[)e to a blessed immortality. | She was born in 17G1 and died P^ September 1831, | 
Aged 70 years | And lies interred in the vault of this church. 



A i)lain white marble tablet on a grey background : — Sacred | to the memory 
of I LiJZAHETii ]\Iary Booth | who departed this life | The 20"' of December | 
1820, I Aged 57 years. 



Second ivindow. Beneath is a brass plate inscribed : — This window is placed 
by John Ynyr Burges | of Parkanaur in memory of his uncle | Sir William 
Johnston, Bart., of Gilford | co. Down, & Bryanston Scf, who rests | in the vault 
below. 

* Comraunicaterl by A. F. G. Leveson Gower, Esq.— continued from p. 259. 
VOL. IV., SERIES III. B B 



298 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEKALDICA. 

SiHTc.l lo llic !iiciii(>ry o( \ Soi.ojiON FnANfo, K^(f, | who (l('])firtc(l tliislifc | on 
Mm; i'7"' thy of Miiicli I Si';,, | ;.n, d -K; uiiiH, | iiiid MhoK' Hiiiiiiiis iiic di'pohiln] I in 
a viuill liciicalli 1,1, is (iiiiicli. , 

Also of liis wife Mai{(1ai{KT Khanck.s J''i!ANco | wlio died at I'ariB Llio 7"' Day 
of l-'el)riiary IH If), | a^ed .0:5 years. 

xMso of his sister Sakah Franco | wiio died the G"' August 18aD, Aged GG years. 

Also of Fhancis FitANco, P^scj., I his relative I who died on the first of February 
18;]?, I ao-cd 8:5 years. 



A white uiarble tablet with a lamb and crook above the inscription :— Sacred | 
to the memory of [ William and Martha Joachim | who were many years | I'esi- 
detits in this parish | and whose beloved remains | repose |- beneath a tomb in 
the I burial oroiind on the south side ( of Padditigton Street. 

Also ]\rAi!Ti[A .loACiriM | Rpiiistcr I daughter of the above [whose remains are 
deposited | in the same tomb. 



A tablet inscribed :— This monument is erected | as an liumble tribute of 
gratitude and res])ect | to the memory of | Sir James Sibbald, Bart. | whose 
remains arc deposited with those of Elizabeth | his wife in a vault in Marylebone 
Church-yard. | He died beloved and esteemed by all who knew him | on the 17"' Sepf 
181'J in the 77"' year of his age | after an illness of 10 years | borne with that 
])atiencc and resignation | which religion alone can inspire. | His faith and humility 
were sincere | his charity universal | for it was benevolence to man loundcd upoii 
lovetoliod I with a linn reliance | on the all suflicient merits of our Redeemer | He 
hourly prayed to be a i)arta.ker of that heavenly invitation | "Come ye blessed of 
my Father, inherit the Kingdom | prepared -for you from the Foundati(,n of the 
"World." 

[Heiioatli this tablet is a motto, and above are two sickles and a slieaf of corn.] 



T/tird windoir. Beneath is a brass plate inscribed :— hi loving memoiy of 
John Boyes | who died 2G"' October 1881 in his 77'^' year. 

In the vault beneath | are deposited the remains of | Sir John Sewell I late of 
Cinnbcrland St. in this Barish | and of AVick Hill Ifousc, Berks | Knight I Doctor 
(.r Civil Law I of l\;nd)roke (^)llege, Oxford | And of the college (It' advocates, 
Jiondon I Judge of the A^ice-Admiralty Court of Malta | IVom its eslablishment 
until the year ]8ir. | A J)eputy-Lieutenant of Berkshire : | One of his INFajesty's 
justices of' the peace | for the same county and for ]\Iiddlese.\ | F.R.S. & F.S.A. I 
An allectioiuite husbaiul and a steady friend | an able and jealous advocate: | 
l)atient, firm and upright as a judge : | as a magistrate active and humane : | it 
})leased Providence | To terminate his usefnl and honorable life | on the 15"' of 
January 18oL) in the G7"' year of his age. 

Dame Ann Sewell | his relict | caused this tablet to be erected | as a memorial 
of I His value and her loss. 



Hi the vault beneath this church | lie the remains of | EnwAim Ravenscroft 
Esq. I of Portland Place | who died August 1!)"', 1828 | descended from an ancient 
family | in Chcsliire. 

Also in remembrance of | Emma relict of I'^dward Bavionsciioft, Esq. I wlio 
died at Pi Portland I'hice | on the 7"' of August 1H48 | in the 8B'' year of her 
age. I Her i-emains were inlerred in the i'^ast vault | underneath this church. 

I HnicMth Hie iiisciiptiuii i.s a coat of aims and ciesl, n lion on a cap of iiuiiiitoiiaiice.] 

A white marbl(.' tablet :— Sacred to the memory of | Lkttice | second dau'>-hter 
of the late Thomas Patten | of Bank Hall, Esq's iind Dorothea his wiTe I 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEIIALDICA. 209 

daiij^-liter of the late Pethu Bold, Esq. | Both in the county of Pulatine of 
Lancaster. | Tlie above Lkttich Pattern died December the 2V\ 1817, ] and is 
interred in a vault in this cliurch. 

Tiiis tablet is erected ijy lier grateful | and alTectiouate sister, Anna Maiua 
Pattkn, I in remembrance of her many vii'tues ; | that of charity being- one of the 
most conspicuous. 

[Boncath is a coat of arms, and aV>ove are a dove and olive branch.] 



To tiie memory of | James Cuuishank, Escf | of Ballards Valley, 8t. Mary's, in 
the Island of Jamaica | and of Gloucester Street, J'ortman Square, London | a kind 
husband, an ad'ectionate parent, a steady friend | and an honourable member of 
society | This tablet is erected by his afliicted widow. | He died 25"' Novendjcr 1831 
aged 70 years. 

Sacred also to the memory of | Maiiy Dansey | (only daughter of James 
Cuujshank, Esq., t^ Mary his wife) | The wife of Charles ('oiiXWALi-is Dansey | 
IMajor in his Majesty's Royal llcgiment of Artilleiy | who died It"' February 18o0, 
Aged o;? years. | During hei- life she fullined in the most exenqjlary manner \ The 
relative duties of a chihl, a wife Sc a parent | and died a sincere and luimble minded 
Christian. 

[Above Ih a coat of arms and motto, " Per ardua Bonum." 



Fourth ivindoir. P)oneath is a brass plate inscribed : — To the glory of Cod 
md I in memory of John IIioa | (yAJii'JUOiii;, died March | 1)"', 188 L 



A small tablet : — ^Sacred to the mcmoiy | of | JojfN Cotton, Ls(i. | Lale of the 
Bengal ('ivil Service | who died on tiie 18"' June 1828 | in the IKV^ year of his 
age I whose remains are deposited in a vault | beneath this cliurch | Beloved, 
resj)ecteil and deeply laniented | By his family, friends and all who knew him. 
(Above is a coat tif arms and crest.] 

A white tablet surmounted by an urn : — Sacred to the memory | of | John 
IMcCamun, Esquire | Late of Gloucester Place in this parish | who died on the 
xiii ]\lay I MDCGCXViir, | Aged xeix years. | His mortal remains are deposited in a 
vault I beneath tin's church. 

[Beneath is a coat of arms and crest.] 



Fifth window. Beneath is a brass plate inscribed :— Lr loving memory of 
Sau.vh MoR'i'iMKR I wife of Alrhrt 1)AI!Ni:s of York Terrace | Hegent's Park, who 
died 23"' August 1881. | The Gift of her Husband. 



A white tablet surmounted by a dove and olive branch : — Sacred | to the 
memory of | W^ Elfzabeth Gertkude Bayfield | wife of John Wolsey Bay- 
KiKLD of the county of ] Norfolk, (jeiit. | who departed this life IMarcli 3''', 1832, | 
Aged Gl years. | Ifer remains are intei'rcd in a vault under | the church near this 
spot. I This tablet is erected by her children | as a small testimony of their love | 
Affection, and grief for her loss. 

[Beneath is a wreath tied vrith a ribbon.] 



h\ the family vault beneath this church | are deposited the remains of | Emma 
Catherine Bai\iiM''VLI)I'; | only child of Sir GiiORdio Bampevlde, Bart. | and Dame 
Emma Peneloi'E his wife | who died on the 20"' March 1825, | aged iburteen 
years, | universally beloved and deeply de[)lored | by her disconsolate parents. | 
This tablet | was erected to her memory | by her m )s!j alfectio;iate parents. 



300 MISCKIJ.VNKA GUNEALOGTCA ET llEllATiDICA. 

A while t;il)lct, siiriuoiintL-d by u drajwd iini : — To the memory of two brotliers | 
The only sons oF the hite Stki'HKN 1[aven,* Esquire | and of \jY1)ia Ids wife. | 
AVri,LiAM GouDON I Departed this life on the first of November 18Ui), | iii,'ed 8 years 
and nine monllis. | (JiiAiiLiw jMackinen | Died on the fourteenth of April lH2i [ 
in the twenty-lirst year of his af,'e | Deaviuf,^ to a diseonsolate mother the painful 
duty I of record injr upon this tablet | tin; mild virtues and alfectionate feelinj^^s | 
Tiie early and irreparable loss | of her beloved children. 



A white tablet : — Sacred to the memory of | Benjamin Burton, Esq'' ( of 
Pollerton in the county of Carlow and of Gloucester Place, Portman Sq. | 2"*^ son of 
Sir Charles Burton, Bart., and grandson of John, Lord Desert | Died Jan^ S^'i, 
]H',i4, aged 48. j This monnment is erected by his afflicted widow. 

Also Ann Grace widow of the above | who died December 12''', 18B7, aged 43. 

Also Fuancis Convnoham fourth son of the above | who died December 17^'', 
18;i7, aged 4 years and 8 months. 

Also PoiJERT Benjamin Lawrence son of the above | Died Aprd 14"', 1842, 
aged 18 ; buried at Ken sal Green. 

[Above is carved a female figure and a book. Beneath is a coat of arms and motto, '• Dominus 
providebit omnia."] 



A marble tablet surmounted by a cross, having above inscription *' Esperance en 
Dieu": — Sacred | to the | dearly loved | and honored memory | of | Louisa Stuart 
Harcourt I Countess of Beverley | Daughter of the honorable | James 
Archibald^ Stuart | Wortley JMackenzie | Wife of George Percy, | second 
Earl op Beverley j who became | 5^'' Duke of Northumberland | 17 years 
after her death. | She was born in 1779 | -Died January 30*'', 1848 | and lies buried 
in this church | in the vault of | The earls of Beverley. 

Oh Lamb of Goil that takest | away the .sins of the world j Grant ns Tliy peace ! 



A white mi.rble slab surmounted by trophies and with coat of arms beneath : — 
In memory of | Lien. -Col. Richard Fitzgerald of the ii Life guards | who fell 
in the xi-iii year of his age in the field of | Waterloo | and of Georoiana Lsahella 
Slmiia D'Aouk-ar his widow, | who died ii December mdcccxxi, | Aged LXiii 
years. | Her remains are deposited in a vault beneath. 

|Tlics(! lliree liisl, willi ihi.st! to SI. l-e^'-r, Hall, (IrecMwiill, and Taylor arc to the riulU an<l 
left of the t'hanccUtcps.J 



Ox the East (Lu.leuy Staius. 

.V while marble tablet with coat of arms above inscription : — Sacred to the 
memory of | LieiitenauL-tJeneral Robeut Xiciiolson | of llon''''^ East India 
Company's Service j at liombay | to which lie belonged upwards of 53 years | thirty- 
seven of which wei-e spent in India. | He departed this life on the ;")"' day of July 
1821 I in the 7;V'' year of his age. | Why does my heart so little obey my reason | 
as to lament thee, thou most excellent man. j Kindness was the mother of thy 
actions | moderation, temperance, humility & mercy | the arts of thy benevolent 
life. I He hath showed thee, oh man, what is good and | what the Lord doth require 
of thee but to do justice | to love mercy and to walk humbly with thy God. 

Also to the memory of | Junrrii Nicholson | relict of the above | whodqjarted 
this life Sep. 14"', 1841, | Aged 80 years. 

This monument was erected by his nephew | Alexander Nicholson, Esq. | of 
his jMajesty's 2'"' Regiment of Life (Juards. 

* A momimcnt to Stephen Haven id in the Parish Chapel (formerly Parish Church) on the 
North-west Wall above tlie Gallery. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET HERALDICA. 301 

111 a vault boiiuarh ai'o deposited tlm | remains of | TiKTrrtA | widow of 
lAGeiiurai Liie lioii'''" l']i)WAili) S'i'Oi'i''oiii) | who doparLcil this lilu Fcb>' 5^'", 18-A4, 
aged .Si") years. | This inoiimneiit is erected as an luunble tribute of respect | to tiie 
ineniory of a much loved mother | who was eudeared to her family and a large 
cii'cle of her friends | by the many virtues tha^. adorned lier character. | Affectionate 
and benevolent she was ever i-eady to succour those | in distress, indulgent towards 
others her own failings | 'leaned to virtue's side' | and she was an Israelite indeed 
in whom was no guile j full of years faith and love she sweetly fell asleep | looking 
for tiiat blessed hope and the glorious appearing | of the Great God and our Saviour 
Jesus Christ. 

On North Galliory Stairs. 
To the memory of [ Robert Joii.v Grkws Lawrenck, P]sq. | Late of Montagu 
Square in this parish | who eleparted this life | at Pisa in Italy on the 2'"' May 
1888 I in the 42 year ] of his age. 



In a vault beneath are deposited tlie mortal remains of | IiICIiard Thomas 
Goodwin, Ksq. | Late of the Civil Service of the hon*^'*^ Kast India Company and 
member j of council at Bombay where he distinguished himself during a period | 
of more than thirty years by his unwearied zeal, integrity and faithful services, j 
He died on the 15^'' of Febi'uary 183G in the 55*'' year of his age | having passed 
through life beloved, respected and esteemed by all to wluMn | his many estimable 
qualities wore b{!st known. This tablet is erected by his aliectionate widow | in 
remembrance of his excellence and many virtues. 



Sacred to the memory of | Henrietta Peach | Late <jf Crawf(jrd Street | widow 
of John Peach, Esq. | fomiei'ly of the honoi-able East India | c(»mpany's civil 
service in Bengal | and daughter of | Simeon Boileau, Esquire, of Dublin | Born 
in Dublin SP^'October 17G3 | Died in London opf^ March 1838. | This monument 
is erected by relations | and connections of the Deceased | as a memorial of their 
sincere respect | esteem and affection. 



In Memoi-y of | Connnodore AYaltek Batiiitrst, R.N. | of York Place, in this 
Parish, | who, (o the close of the year 181-1, | had been iictively and constantly 
employed | for thirty-tour years | in the Si-rvice of his countiy. | lie died on the 
2P'' of Octobei- 1827, | from the elfect of a mortal wound j received on the day 
previous, | while in command of II. M.S. " (ienoa," | in the action in the harbour of 
Navarino, | in the 158"' year of his Age. 

Also of I jMauianne Bathurst, his widow, | for fifty years a most respected 
inhabitant | of this Parish, | who, holding fast the faithful word | as she had been 
taught, I died in gi'cat peace, I'ebruary 27"', 1858, | Aged 75 Years. 

Sacred | to the memory of ] John RuaiXALD Pixdar, S''^ Earl of Beauchamp | 
of Maderstield Court, Vi.scoUNT ElmI/IOY and liARON Beauchamp of Powyke | county 
of Worcester | where he was beloved and respected for 30 years as a landlord and 
neighbour | as well as a consistent politician. | lie was endowed with rare common 
sense and superior abilities for business | he attained great knowledge in agriculture 
in the pursuit of which he took pleasure | he was remarkable for the constancy of 
his attachment to the friends of his early youth | and he never forgot a kindness. | 
lie be(iueathed sixty thousand pounds for the erection and endowment | of Almhouses 
at Newland in Worcestershire | for the benefit of the agricultural poor. | The last act 
of his life was to rebuild at his sole expense the church at Madersfield. | lie died 
Jany 22'"i, 1853, Aged Gl) years | After a long illness borne with exem|)lary resigna- 
tion, placidity and gentleness | his widow Catherine, Countess of Bkauchamp 
(3''' Daughterof the Baron loss Bray) | received his last sigh and mourned his loss. | 
She erects this monument as a tribute of aUection to his memory. 

Jo8ii Mercy ! I iitn the resurrection and the life : be tliat believetli in Me, though he were 
dead, yet sliall lie live. — .St. John xi. 25. 

QTo be continued,') 



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302 MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 

.■■ .'.V/f. tfj.. . RlOOISTKFlS OF St. JiOTOMMr, BlSIIOPSGATK. 



Ihiplimiis. 
KMl J II lie {') Siinili d. of I[eiiry & Sai'ali Scriiby. 
lGi2 Oct. 10 Mary d. of William it Susanna Scraby. 

Burial. 
1(5G;) Sep. 14- James Scruby. : 



Marriage Allegations, VicAR-CiENKRAL of Arcfibishop of Canterbury. 

1()G2 June 3 Samuel Diirrant of Kast HoLhley, Sussex, yeoman, bach'', ab' 39, 
& Anne Sci'ooby of same, sj/, ab^ 26 ; at St. ITellen's, London. 

108G Nov. 8 .[oliii Camden of S^ Sepulchre's, Lond., cooper, wid'", ah' 27, & 
Elizabeth Scrooby of S' Andrew's, Holborn, Lond., sp"", ab' 23, 
at own disp. ; at the Chapel of Lincoln's Lin, j\Ldd. 



French Church of Threadneedle Street, London. '' 

,.t 
lkij)tism's. 

lG2i) Jan. 18 Machey, Suzanne, fille de C'atherine M., vefiie de feu Abraham 
Jiamber. Tern., J)auid de Ilourdin, Joanne Roljinet, femme 
de Pierre Myiiy, Marye de Haye, femme d' Abraham de 
Riuiere. 

1G29 June 7 jMiiiy, Esay, fils de Pierre M. et de Jenne Robinet. Tern., Renet 
Trotiei', IMarie Caliot. 

1()33 Api'il 28 Mifrny, Picre, tils de Piere M. et de Jenne Robinet. Tern., 
Custain Cronech, Marie Chevalier, vefue de Joiuest Douserb. 

Denizdflon. 
154:4 July 1 Robyuett, John, " Colyer " Frenchman, made denizen by John 
Baker. (Wcstm. Dcniz. Roll, 30 Henry VIIL) 



Calendar of Wills, Court of Hastings, London. Roll lu9 (67). 

1380-81, Jan. 20. Will of John Gille, draper. Makes a bequest to Richard 
son of "William Robynet. 



Registers of St. Peter's, Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 

1()G3 ]\rar. 29 Jacobus filius Jonathan Robnet et ]\[aria3 uxoris ejus baptizatns. 

1004- Nov. 14: dacobus filius .... Robnet, sepultus. 

1G(;8 May 31 j\[ary d. of Jon" & Mary Robnet, bapt. 

1090 N'ov. 8 Thomas Feux & Eliz'' Robnett, mar. 



Pere Ptobiuet was Confessor to Pliilij) V. of Spain, ^i-aiidson of Louis XIV. of 
France. ("Memoirs of Duke de Saint Siuion," vol. ii., p. 58. Translated by 
H. St. John, 1889.) 



(Jomraimiciitcd by Kuv. \V. E Layton, F.S.A. 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEKALIUCA. 303 



3i\tbiclu5. 



•>, S.v. 



Frnldiul Ndtis ami (,)ii(riis. Vol. V., rnitni, Octnljoi I'.Jdl. rctci lKiroiif,'li ; Gooige 0. Oiistcr^ 

Miirkct I'kicc. 

The present Part keeps up its usual interest in local matters. The first article gives a good 
account of the drainage of the Great Level, and al^o how the juries -were everlastingly making 
presentments of defaults in the cleansing of the common drains, as early as in 15G3 the poor 
men of "Whittlesey complaining of the utter undoing of at least 400 households by the '-uukinde 
overflowings of waters." Commissioners were appointed to meet at Peterborough, and a decree 
was issued bearing witness to their honest cndenvouis to remedy the inundations around. 

There is a collocticui of I'liy (.-iirly wills, coninicncing January HT)!. All of them commence 
with be()ucsls to the high altar, shewing that most of these documents were passed by one firm, 
'J'he Lost Kegister of "yandtoft Chapel is duly announced, and the article on it may be the means 
of its recovery. 



T/ie Viryinia M(i,ju:in(' of lllstovij and Blographij. No. 2, Vol. IX. October 1901. Richmond, 

Virginia. 

One of the articles in the above is a list of newspapers in existence, some as early as 1789, and 
the jiresent Number has twenty-nine, copies of allot which are in the Virginia Historical Library. 
As in former Numbers, most of the papers refer either to the allegiance of persons to the 
English throne or accounts of war episodes. In one article is given all those in Henry County 
from its formation in 17 7t!, who have sworn allegiance to Virginia and renounced it to Great 
Britain, and a good list they make of men between 21 and (J3. In another article is given the 
diary of an American prisoner of war at Quebec in 1776. The feeling expressed is that of 
friendliness, as when the otiicer of the day was saying something irritating before the prisoners, a 
good-hearted countryman of his said, " You should not say anything to them that is disagreeable ; 
they are all our brethren." The Hessians arriving was looked upon as wrong. Tiie list of 
Militia in the Revolution is still continued and carried on, and in "Virginia in 1637" is given 
correspondence shewing prejudice to the King in Virginia at that time. There is an interesting 
account of "the King being satislicd of the fidelity, diligence, and circumspection of Robert 
Evelin, Gent.," who was the uncle of John Evelyn, the author of "Sylva." Being born in 
Wotton in 16U(), he left with an uncle to go to America in 1034, where he was soon appointed 
Surveyor-General in Virginia, and became a Member of the Assembly in 1639 and 1642. His 
brother, Captain George Evelyn, was also a jjrominent man in Maryland, and had a son and a 
daughter, leaving many descendants. Altogether the Part is very interesting. 



The Journal a/ the F..i- I.lhHa Svoicttj. Vol. XL, Parts 9 and 10, for September and October 
I'.UH. Loudon : A. and C. iUack, Soho Square, W. 

TiiK September i'art is fairly illustrated, and has for its frontispiece the arms of the House of 
Abercairny, which are strongly drawn and rather coarse. Three other Scotch arms are also 
given : Ifamilton of Gilkerscleugh, Sinclair of Sinclair, and tlie Primrose arms of the Hon. 
Mistris Primerose in 1703, a poor sample to reproduce. A modern Scotch plate is also given, 
that belonging to James Grant Duncan of Wick in the county of Caithness, designed by Miss 
(i wladys Whittakcr, whose choice drawing excels that of the French bookplate by its side. Two 
jiiatcs were shewn by Sir Arllnu- Vicars, and like most Irish bookplates, shewing collections of 
books on shelves, the New York Society's Library shewing Britannia giving a kneeling Indian 
a book, and the other a handsomely-designed temple with the Sciences depicted pellmell in the 
foreground with the motto " Vita brevis, Ars longa," and engraved in 1715. There is also given 
a very .chaste plate designed by Mr. Louis Rhead, of New York, for the son of Mr. Arthur 
Turnurc. 



301 MISCKLLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEKALDICA. 

Tlie October l';iit «hc\vs eight iiicdiciil Ixxikpliites, cairics on llie bookplates for identification 
to No. Hi), evicicullv a Deuick plate, and gives tliiee nioio good coatH by Fes.s C'liec(piy, including 
that of tlie Duke of Queensberry. He also gives a representation of the seal of the Society of 
Antiquaries of (Scotland. The Part concludes by having a modern plate designed by Mr. Kldred 
for Mrs. Goodrich, and also a quaint Ja|»anc.se-style plate for l\TiHS Dor(jthy Furnian of Long 
Island. 



FAMILY HISTORIES. 



\Vk are glad to welcome the family histories which are i)rinted fiom time to time, as they 
all involve inunense research, are costly in the means of collecting information, and very often 
but empty thanks arejiiven by rel.itives who ouglit to j(jin in the original outlay. "The House of 
Hewetson or Hewson of Ireland " is n. fair example of tlie labour necessary, when the ilate given 
as that of the family is 14l)S, and who were among the families which went over to Ireland in 1500. 
The volume is in ilemy octavo, illustrated by three i)ortraits, and has two very ample pedigrees. 
It has been purely a labour of love for the author, Mr. John Hewetson, who only gives his 
portrait without any particulars of himself, although so ample is his information of those of his 
family. 

Another similar work is that of " The History of the Family of Shcrhorn," also produced by 
the son in the midst of dther pressing and ililigent duties, and which he dedicates to his father, 
]\Ir. Charles William Sherborn, the well-known art engraver and armorial designei'. I'ive of the 
family coats-of-ai ms are given, inchuling those for l.")I3, 1567, 1574, and 1(51:?, besides a modern 
coat designed by Mr. SherbDro for his son's book. The volume gives accounts of twenty-three 
families of Sherborns, among them being Robert Sherburne, P.ishop of Chichester, whose arms 
are in Cooke's " Visitation." 1574, and Sir Nicholas Sherburn about IfilM. 

Both books are issued by subscription by Messrs. Mitchell and Hughes, 140 Wardour Street, 
from whom all jiarticulars may be had. 



*^* Jiool.K for llifHif n/ul Xoficrx of Forthcoming Worhs shoiiUl he adtl rcsstd to tin 
Piihlishiiuj <)[jli;;hlO Wanloiir Strict, London, 11'. 



C?nlf of UUnlumc i©., Cljirt ^nioS. 



1 N D K X O F N A M I^] S 



Niunes in Ifnlirs have theii- Anns given. 

j/L signilies ret'erenee ton I'hite. 



John, 21. 



19; Archibald, 
Ladv Grertriide 



Elizabeth, 81 
liebecca, 18u ; 



.loha, 
Sarah, 



Abbot, Edward. Mi, : Honor, 175. 

Abcrcairnij, iJo:-?. 

Abergaueny, P>riaii, Lord of, IC. 

Abney, Sir Tliomas, 178. 

Abrahall, ISridgett, 21 ; Jane, 21 ; 

Abraham, Mary, (Jl. 

Abramson, Nellie, 47. 

Ahrrll alias Ahni/i/ill, 21. 

Abrell, Sir John, IS. 

Achi'xdii^ 21!). 

Acheron, Sir A., 21U; Anne, 

l']arl of Gosford, K.P., 277 

Emily. 277. 
Acton. Clement. 107; Mabel, 10(i, 107; JMabell 

107 ; Raehell, 107 ; Sarah, 107 ; Tho., 107 

Thomas. KX!. 107. 
Adam. Joane, 12!). 
Adams, Eli.-^abeth, 110; 

180; Jlarpraret, 117; 

171 ; William, 110. 
Adamson, Kli.sabeth, 221. 
Addams, lliebard, 107. 
Adde, Ann, 1S;{, 22(1; John, 1S:S, 
Adderly, Mercy, 101 ; Thomas, 101, 
Addei'ton, Hannah, ")() ; Samuel, oC). 
Addin^ton, iMr. (afterwards Loi'd Sidmouth), 

1S7. 
Adds, j\Iary, 225 ; Kiehard, (il ; Uobert, 22;") ; 

Sarah, (U. 
.\d.'iiev, 1" r.'da Miuv. S7. 
Ados, kli.sali., i:!S ; Willinm, l:!8. 
Ad-ate, Jane, 221 ; Thomas, 22 1. 
Adkius, .Mary, 12. 
Aj^ar, Mary. a!). 

Ajras, ]::dward. (i ; Elizabeth, fi. 
Aked, Elisab., IIJ; Thomas, 118. 
Akroyd, Elizabeth, 271 ; Jonathan, 271. 
Albaney, Allice, 2.")1 ; lilmme, 2."j1 ; Frances, 

2.")1 ; Robert. 251 ; Sir Robt., 251 ; Thomazin, 

250, 251 ; William, 250. 251. 
Albemarle, Ueor^^e Kcpiiel, Earl of, 22tl ; Wil- 

liain-.\niH!, I'larl of. 22ii. 
Albini, sfc D'Albini. 
Albon, Martha. (>. 
Alchin, ]\rary, 22{). 
Alckin, Elis., (;5. 
Alcock, CaroUis Patricias, 08. 
Alcooks, Joane, 288. 
Aldinckes, Thoin., 107. 
Aldous or Aldou.se, John, 2:i ; Royer, 2;i. 
VOL. IV., SERIES III. 



Alengrer, — , 105. 

Alexander, Baron Augustus Otho A. F. G., 2C1 ; 
Henry Thomas, 27 ; John, (J7 ; John Mansel 
Dawkins. 07 ; Martha, 27 ; .Mary, 08 ; Rt. 
Kev. Michael Solomon, D.D., first Protestant 
Bishop of Jerusalem, -18 ; Sarah, 112. 

Allan, George, 258. 

Allchin, Priscilla, 27. 

AUchurch, Joseph, 181 ; Mary, 181. 

Allen, Barbara, 111 ; C. Dexter, 228 ; Catharine, 
284: Catherine, 282; Elisabeth. 141, 188; 
Elisth., 112; Francis. 12. 212; Henry, 282; 
Jane, 188: Joanna, 12; Katherine, 12, 212; 
Margeria, 247; Mary, 12, 01, 188; Richard, 
12 ; Thoma3, 247 ; Thomas, 188 ; William, 12, 
01. 107 ; sec also Heron- Allen. 

Allibone. S. Austin, 15i). 

Allman, Catharine. 141 ; Catherine, G2 : Edward. 
180; Elizabeth, 181 ; James, 181 ; JIary,180; 
Susanna, 181 ; Thomas, 02. 

Allstone, Saran, 80 ; William, 80, 

Alsop, m-.. 4i). 

Altscbnl, Salomon, 88. 

.\lvcs, S. C, i)U; William, W. 

.Vmerson, Obediah, 28, 25. 

Amey. Ann, PJ(). 

.\mos, I'ylisabeth, 225. 

Ancaster, Brownlow, Duke of, 00 ; Peregrine, 
Duke of, 00. 

Anderson. Ann, 04 ; Anno Louisa lleywood, 
275, 277 ; lion. Caroline I).. 257 ; Sir Charles 
Henry John, Bart., 275, 277; iMuma, 277; 
Fianees Olive, 275 ; I'^rancis Fuljambe, 275, 
277; Katlierine Helen, 275 ; Margaret Louise, 
275 ; Rev. Robert. 257 ; Sarah, l.sl. 

Andrews, David, 91 ; James, 91 ; John, 91 ; 
Leonora, 140; Mary, 24, !)1, 211; Morgan, 
j 91 ; Sir Thomas, 211 ; William, 140. 
I Ands' (.' .\ndrew). Charity. 129. 

Angles. Ann, 110 ; Jane, 28 ; Mary, 29. 
I Anlabie. Rev. Edm'nde. 1!)H. 
I Ansell. Jane, 220. 

j Anson, Rt. Hon. Ladv, 50 ; Rt. Hon. Lord, 50. 
■f A]) Bledry, Sr. Aron.'l7 ; ,Iohan. 17. 
I Ap lUethin, Gwenllian, 17; Gw^ran, Lord of 
j Brecknock (18th in descent from Caradoc, 
the names being given), 17. 

Ap Cradoek, Joanne. 17 ; .Mredirh, 17. 

Ap G wgan, Johan, 17 ; Terhaern, Lord of Breck- 
noek, 17. 

Ap Gwrgan, Instyn, King or Prince of Gla- 
morgan, 17; Yngeharad, 17. 

C C 



30G 



I\1ISCELLANKA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



A\> Ildclllioii, Ll'in, l'.»; Malt, 1!». 

Ap Howell, Itci's, IS. 

i\l)lii(>n,(iiiHith lip Ivor, l.onl of Saiii-liPiiyMi, 

Ki; (iwciilliiim. IC; llowcl], IH ; l.ctlioc, 18. 
Ap Jiioii SaiH, llowtll, IS; .Iniiimc, IS. 
Ap Iiistyn.Uradock, Lonl ol' Aiiaii, 17 ; (Ivvladis, 

17. 
Ap I'ytyn. Ll'm ap Howell, 1!) ; Malt, 19. 
Ap Rees, leuan, 1!> ; Malt, 1!». 
Ap Richard, .lane, 55 ; I'vichard. 55. 
Ap Syslt, Cadwalader ap Cirillitli, 18; Lettico, 

IS. 
A)) Torliaenu'. Cwollian, 111; llowoll, Lord of 

JJrockuock, IC. 
Ap Towdor, l!ecs. King of South Wales, 17. 
Ap Tithwalch, Moruyth, 1(1 ; Odwin, Lord of 
- Cardigan. 1(5. 

Appleby, John, IIU ; r^Iary, 1 lU. 
Aps, Hannah, 112 ; Mary, 187. 
Apt^ley, Elisabeth, i\2. 
Araucla, .vt'^' D'Aranda. 
Arbncklo, Lieut. -General R. H. Vaughan, 15S ; 

Julia Honora Caroline Vaughan. 158 ; Marj'. 

15S. 
Archer, Elisabeth, 141. 
Arcy,'.«Y^ D'Arcy. 
Argent, John, ii ; ]\rary. 27, 44. 
Armstrong, Gilbert, 15H ; Lettice, 15;i, 155. 
Ai'iiii/tiii/f, 280 and J)!. 
Annytage, Catherine, 280 ; Christopher, 280 ; 

Elizabeth, 280 : Francis, 280 ; Sir Francis, lat 

Hart., 280; Sir George, 5th I'.art., 280; Sir 

George J., Bart., F.S.A., llfi, 280 ; John, 280 ; 

Sir John, 2nd Rart., 280 ; Sir John, 4th Rart., 

280 ; Margaret, 280 ; Maria, 280 and pi. ; 

Mary, 280 ; Rebecca. 280 ; Sir Thomas, ;^rd 

Bart., 280 ; Sir Thomas, (Ith Rart., 280 ; 

Winifred. 280. 
Arnold, Carolina, 188. 
Arousperger, Henry, 112; Margaret, 112. 
An-an, — , 1)7. 
Arundel,—, 118, 114. 
Arundell, Alice, dan. of Earle, 1 9 ; Elizabeth, 

19 ; Richard, Earl of, 19. 
Ascme., John, 98. 
Ascue ((/• Askew. Anne. 172 ; Grace, 172 ; Henry, 

172 ; Mavv, 172. 
Ash, Elistb.' ill ; I'aul, 111. 
AHllbo(^ 11. S., 151. 
Ashl.i(^ .laiia, 151. 
Ashby, Jane, 158; Nicholas, 158. 
Asliby or Ashbee, Elizabeth, 2 ; Robert, 2. 
Ashdown, Sarah, 80. 
Ashe, Annes, 124 ; Christian, 124 ; Joane, 124 ; 

Thomas, 121. 
Ashes, John, 12; Mary, 12. 
Ashley, Sarah, 118. 
Asliton, 211. 
Ashton, Catherine, 211 ; Sir E., 211 ; Edmund, 

244; Henry, 95, 90; Marian, 244; William. 

94. 
Askew, Alicia, 295 ; Willi., 295. 
Aspall, Catherine, 18 1 ; John, 184 ; Merabell. 

184. 
Aspell. Elisabeth. 181 ; James, 181. 
Asplin, Georg, 295 ; Jacob, 247 ; Johis., 247 ; 

Maria, 247, 295 ; Robti., 247. 
Aston, — , 94. 
Athawes, Ann, 110; Elisabeth, 1 10 ; Mary. 220 ; 

Sarah, 111 ; Susan. 188; William, 111. 
Athaws, Elizabeth, (il, 



Atherly, Fanny, 194. 

Atkins, Abrain, {;9 ; Catherine, ('.9; Elisabeth, 

(15 ; Mary, 27, 111. 
Atkinson, "Ann, 172; Anno, 172; Elizabeth, 

172 ; Fardinando, 172; Feidinand, 172; Fer- 

dinando, 172; Jiio.. 172; John, 174; Mary. 

4(), 174 ; William, 172; — , 2M]. 
Attlee, Elizabeth, 87 ; Rev. Simmonds, 87. 
Attwood, Mary, 187. 
Atwood, Elizabeth, 55 ; Thomas, 55. 
Aubigny, src D'Aubigny. 
Aiiboat, Katherina, 298. 
Aubrey, — , 251. 
Anfrere, Anthony, 108. 
Austen, Anne, 59, 02 ; Rev. Daniel, 59 ; Frances, 

28 ; Fras. IMotley, 51 ; Mrs. G. L., 51 ; Geo. L., 

51 ; Hannah. 27, G4 ; John, 28, 64 ; Mrs. 

John, 51 ; Rev. John, 51 ; Mary, 20, 187, 139 ; 

Richard, 187 ; Solomon, 02 ; Mrs. Thomas, 51 ; 

Rev. William, 51. 
Austin, Alfred. 119; Ann, 141, 179, 180, 225; 

John, 180 ; Kate Marion Adelaide ("Curly"), 

119 ; iMary, 80, 188 ; Thomas, 188. 
Austine, Elisabeth, 80 ; William, 30. 
Avard, John, 180; Susanna, 180. 
Avbingni, xt'c D'Avbingni. 
Avery, Ann. 05. 

Avis, Elizabeth, 88 ; Richard, 88. 
Awbrej', Joane, 19 ; Thomas, 19. 
Axtell, George, 1 78 ; Mary, 1 78. 
Ayling, Elizabeth, 15. 
Aylmer, John, Bishop of London, 100. 
Ayi-uron, Tegay. 17. 
Aython, Lord of Grismond, 16. 



B 



R.. J. E., 101. 

Rivas, Edmd., 22 ; Robt,, 24. 

Babingto', Zach., 200. 

Bacliellour. Ann, 188. 

P)acon, Adam, 101 ; Alderman, 10; Anne, 102, 
108,104,100; Anthony, 102; Racquevill, 1(;8 ; 
F>arbara, 102; Sir Bartholomew, lOO, Kil ; 
liuttes. lt;8 ; Sr. Buttes, Bart., I(i8 ; Catherine, 
71; Dorothic, 1(;8 ; Dyonyse, l(;o ; Sir Ed- 
monde (//• I'Mmuiide, KIO ; isdmund, 108 ; Ed- 
munde, 108 ; Kdwani, 28. 21, 25, 74, KKi, 101 ; 
I'llizabeth, 22, 108; Issther. 25; IVrannces, 
1(>8 ; Sr. Francis (aftei wards Lord Verulani), 
102; Franncis, 104; Hannah, 71, 7.8, 74; 
Henry, 101, 108; Hester, 28; Isabel, 101; 
Isabell, 100. 101 ; James. 22, 70, 71, 74. 102; 
Jane, 100, 102. 1()4 ; Jemyma. 103 ; Joane, 
101 ; Joane or Jane, 100; John, 28. 24. 25, 
101, 102; Sir John, 100, l(;i ; Lord, 102; 
Lyonell, 104 ; Margarett. 100, 106 ; Margerj'e, 
100, 101 ; Martha, 74 ; Mary, 28, 25, 72. 78; 
IMathew, 22 ; Nathaniel, 204 ; Nathaniell, 
108, KW ; Sr. Nathaniell, 108 ; Nicholas, 108, 
104 ; Sir Nicholas oi- Nyoholas, Lord Keeper 
of the Great Seal, 100, "l(;2; Sir Nicholas or 
Nycholas, Bart., I(i8, KKi ; Bhebe, 73 ; I'hilip, 
71. 72: Phillip, 108, 104; Richard, 72, 73; 
Robert, 22, 28, KH. 102 ; Robt., 101, 102, 108 ; 
Sir Robt.. 100 : Samuel, 71, 78, 74 ; Samuell, 
74 ; Sarah. 25. 20. 78, 74 ; Susan, 72 ; Thomas, 
28, 20. 104; Walcer, 101; William. 78, 74, 
1(;U; Wvnifrede, 108; — , 16C. 

Badeley, H. R., 187. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



B07 



Haden, Alicia, 28 ; John, L'7 ; Mary, 27 ; Thomas, 
2S. 

Badfj^es, Anne, 1 '>. 

Kagallay, Dora Holoii, 27r) ; Itt. Hon. Sir Rich- 
anl, 2 7(1. 

Ba-lord(»yl5ackford, Elisabeth, 171 ; Eliz., 171 ; 
John, 171 ; William, 171. 

Ha^^'s, Kdmuud, 282 ; Mary, 282. 

Ha^b. Lord of Skynlryth, Iti. 

UaKley, rhoibu, 7!!; .Sauiuel, 7:5. 

Bag.shaw. Anna, 21(;. 217; Arthuri. 21G; Tho., 
217. 

Bailey, Mary B., 4<i ; Richard, 141 ; Sarah, 141. 

Bailly, -sre Le Bailly. 

Baily (Hayley or Bayly), ('artherine Gilham, 
I r,". ; Jamr.s, 11."); Jane, 11.",; J\Iary, 11.".; 
IMchard, 1(5 ; Will., 1 If,. 

r.ait.s, William, 178. 

IJaker, Alice, 220 ; Ann', tJ 1 ; Klis., (> 1 ; Elisab., 
i;{8; KlisLh., 112; Hannah, Ml ; John, 2, 124, 
17'.>, ;i02 ; Mar-aret, 27, T.l ; Mary, IIU, i;57 ; 
Moses, .-.1 ; Baph, 2!M ; Sarah, 2;), 17'.»; Sus- 
anna, 11 15; Susannah, 5.^ ; Thomas, .58, 137, 
22(; ; William. 112, 1 l.J ; Zebulon, 141 ; — , 2, 
21. 

Baladon, Dniede Baladon, Duke of, Id; sfc also 
Do r.aladon. 

l{,(l,ulon, Diihr of, 1(1. 

Jliiltiilon alias W'ljnuton, Hi. 

lialcombe, Elisabeth, 22."» ; John, 225. 

Baldock, Ann. \',V.) ; Edward. (;2 ; Elisabeth, (J2 ; 
Jane, 113 ; Mary, 110. 

Baldrey, Mich]., 71. 

Balt'(nir, Major Arthur, 2.")."). 

Hall, ('aptain .Joseph, 188 ; Miss. 188. 

Ballance, John. 78 ; Mary. 78 ; Thomas, 78. 

Ballard, Elizab., 247; Heur., 247; Joan, 292; 
Maria Charlotte, 272; Mary, 112; Rebecca, 
180; Richard, 112, 21(;: Vice-Admiral S. J., 
272. 

Balles, Judah, 44 ; Mark, 44. 

Bamford, Ann, 203 ; John. 203. 

Baiiifyldc, lOll. 

Bamfylde, Emma Catherine, 29!) ; Dame Emma 
Penelope, 299 ; Sir (Jeorge, Bart., 2'.»'J. 

Bampton, John, 7'J. 

Banchesiie, Brigittie, ;>1. 

Bn,Hlu's{j,-^\. 

Banchesij, Thoma". 31. 

Banes. Anna, 2'.i.-. ; -Mary, Ml; Robti., 21i:) ; 
Thumux, Ml. 

Baulield, Christopher. 231 ; Clement, 231 ; Clif- 
ton, 231 : Doris. 231 ; Ethel, 231 ; Evelyn, 
231 ; John. 231 ; Tbom;Ksine. 231. 

Banks. Elisabeth, 22.". ; Joseph. 22:. ; Mary, 28 ; 
Tlunnas, 228 ; - , 1.".0. 

Banncrmiin, W. Bruce, l'".S..\., 1(1, 2711. 

Barlmuld. ElisabeMi. Ill; Thomas. 1 II. 

Barber, Jane, CI ; 4'hom;is, C.l. 

JJorhou, l.-.O. 

JJureloy, 48. 21(i. 

Barclay, Rt. Rev. Jo.seph, D.D., LE.D., 8rd 
Aii-lieaii Bishop of Jeru.s.iU'm. l.s ; Mar^'aret 
Braii.lon, l.^ ; Maria, 21 ; Robert, Dean of 
Clo-her. 2 Hi. 

I'.i.ren.lt, Ivlmumlc. 2'.l.-. ; .lob'es, 2',i.-.. 

Banlen. Eli/;i!-eth. 1S3; .lobu. I.S3; Mary, 28. 

Barfote, Thomas, In,-,: — , Id.",. 

Barti'rave, — , 1)8. 

Barker, Ann. 21) ; Christopher, 27'.) ; Jane, 33 ; 
Johanna, 53 ; Rev. Canon John I'homas, 111) ; 



I Lucy Perronet, 3.3 ; Mary, 15, 55 ; Mary 
Helena, 111); Richard, 55 ; Richard, Marchal 
of Salop, 53 ; Rev. I'liomas, 33 ; Rev. William, 
253. 

Barley, Ambrosii, 247 ; Ambrosius, 247 ; Elizab., 
217 ; Juna, 247. 

Barlin, ]Mary, 28. 

Barlinj^, Anne, 182; Elisab., Ill; Elisabeth, 
225; James^ 182; John, 225; Mary, 182; 
Sush., 02. 

Barlow, Robert, 7U ; Thomas, 70. 

JJarnard, Elizabeth, 15 ; John, 15 ; Richard, 03. 

Barnes, Albert, 21)0 ; Mart,'aret, I'.*'.) ; Sarah 
Mortimer, 2'.)i) ; Thomas, 11)'.) ; — , lOd, 107. 

Barnet, Jlary, 2(i. 

Barnett, Elisabeth, 225 ; I'Ti/.abeth Catharine, 
.32 ; William, 32. 

Barns, lOlisabeth, 04 ; John, 04 ; Robert, 182 ; 
Sarah, 182. 

Barnsley, Anne, 02. 

Barrett y/'Baret, Anne, 104; Charles, l(i4 ; Eliza- 
beth, 104; William Phillips, 2(i I; Will'm, 104. 

Barrinyton, Mary, 182. 

Barron, William, 17."<. 

Barrow, Edmund, 85 ; Mary, 85 ; Peter, 138 ; 
Susanna, 138. 

Barrowe or Barrow, Anne, 107 ; Bridt^et, 107 ; 
lOdward, 107 ; I'llizabeth, 107 ; Eranuces, 107 ; 
Henry, 107; Jane, 107; John, 107; Kathe- 
rine, 107 ; Margarett, 107 ; Mary, 107 ; Mor- 
ri.sse or Maurice, 107 ; Richard, 107 ; Thomas, 
107; Will'm, 107. 

Barrows, Frances, 110 ; Henry, 110. 

Barry, Anna Africana, 102, 135 ; David, 102 ; 
James Alfred, 135 ; John Rudolph Schintz, 
135 ; Thomas, 135. 

Bartlett (Bartlet or Barthlet), Aaron, 131, 132 ; 
Abraham, 130; Agnes, 128, 129; Alice, 128, 
129, 131 ; Alice (.' Margery), 129; Alis, 129; 
Allan, 128, 129 ; AUix, 132 ; Amey, 131 ; 
Amy, 128; An', 128; Ami, 128, 129, 131, 
132; Anne, 128, 129; Anne Elizabeth, 131; 
Beaton, 130, 132 ; Betty, 128 ; Catharin, 128 ; 
Catharine Norris, 131 ; Char., 130 ; Charity, 
129; Charles, 130, 131, 132; Christ., 131; 
Christen, 130; Christian, 132; Christopher, 
128, 129, («//«* Jane) 129; Daniel, 130, 131, 
132; Daniell, 130; Dannell, 130, 131; Dan- 
niel, 130; David, 130, 131, 132; Dionysia, 
128; Dorothy, 130, 131 ; Edw., 132; Edward, 
131 ; Kdwd.,' 131 ; lulwd. Elias, 131 ; Elisa- 
beih, 132; Eliz., 130, 131, 132; Eliza, 131; 
Eli/abeth, 12S, 12;>, 13(i, 131, 132; Elizth., 
131, 132 ; Francis, 128. 129. 130 ; Frank, 128 ; 
(leorge, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132; Grace, 128, 
129,130; Hannah, 130; Hester. 130; Hiim- 
jihry, 12;); Jacob, 12S, 12!t, 13(1; Jacob Bick- 
fonl, 128, 129; Jacobb, 1.30; ,)amcs, 128, 129, 
131). 131, 132; Jane Dorothy, 132; Joan, 12.S, 
I2!i; 130, 131, 132; Joanali, 131 ; Joane,'l29; 
Joanna, 131, 132; John, 128, 129, 130, 131, 
1,32; Joond, 130; Joseph, 130, 131, 132; 
.Julian. 131. 132; Julyan, 129; Lewelin, 128, 
129 ; i.ewellin, 128, 129 ; Lilly or Milly, 
I2,S; .Margaret, 128, 13(1, 131, 132; Margery, 
128; Mar-etl. 129; Margret, 131; Martha, 
131 ; Mary, 12.^, 129, 130, 131, 132; .Mary 
Ann, 131 ; Michael, 128 ; Jlichaell, 129 ; Nan., 
12.S ; Nathainell, 130 ; Nathaneioll, 130 ; 
Nathanell, 130; Nathaniel, 130; Otho, 128, 
129; Pcnolepe, 129; Peter, 128, 129, 130, 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HEllALDICA. 



i:i2 ; retr., i;U) ; Tt'ttor, i;i2; I'hilip, 12S, 
121), 130, l.'il ; J'hill., laO; I'liiUip, 128, 12'.», 
l;J2 ; Phillipp, 12!), KiU ; Phillippa, 130 ; 
Priscillur, IHl ; Rabecca, 131 ; Rabeoka, IHO ; 
Habeckah, KSU ; Rebecca, 121) ; Rebekah. IIU ; 
Richard, 128, 12il, i:ii), 131, 132; Richd.', 
130; Robert. 131; Robt., 131; Rosa. 131; 
.^amuel, 128, 130; Samuell, 128, 129, 130, 
131; Sarah, 02, 128, 130, 132; Sophia, 132; 
biusauah, 131; iSu.saiih., 132; Susanna, 12il; 
Susannah. 132; Tho., 132; Thomas, 128, 120, 
130, 131, 132; Thomazine, 131; Thomsiue, 
120; Thos., 130; Ward, 132; Widow, 132; 
Will., 130 ; William, 128, 120, 130, 132 ; Will- 
met, 130; Willmett, 130; Wilmet, 130, 131, 
132 ; Wilmot, 120 ; Wm., 130, 132. 

Bartly, .loanna, 21(! ; Johannis, '2U>. 

Rarton, Ebeuezer Johnstone, 8(5. 

Baskauile, Elizabetli, 201. 

Baskeruile, — ,21. 

Baskerville, Anne, IH; Jane, lU; Sir John, 
IH ; Ralph, lU. 

Baskett, — , KiS. 

Ba,<sct, l.")0. 

Bas.set, Edward, 18G ; Eleanor, 150 ; Eliz., 18G ; 
Maro'aret, (M ; Ralph, 1,")0. 

Ba.ssott, James, 113; Sarali, 20, 113; Thuma.s. 
20. 

Bassill, Mary, 22(i. 

Hassock, Elizabeth, 170 ; Mary, 02. 

Bastard. John PoUexfen, 70. 

Basting, Henry, 235 ; Sarah, 235. 

Batchelor, Elisabeth, 140; Jame's, HO. 

Bate, John, 281 ; Mary, 281. 

Bates, Ann, 141; Elisabeth, 112; Job, 178; 
John, 40; Marv, 40; iVter, 141. 

Jintr.si>n, 4(i. 

Bateson, Robert, M.P., 4(j ; Sir Robert, IJart., 40. 

Batli, Ann, 28 ; David. 28 ; Eli.sabeth, 224 ; 
William, 224. 

Bath f>/- Bathe, Heniry, 147 ; Henry, 147 ; JIary, 
147; Thomas, 147. 

Bather (Baither <'/• Bathur), John, 14G ; Mary, 
140; Matthew, 140; Susanna, 140; Thomas, 
110; William, 140. 

Batlnirst, Alderman, 178 ; Marianne, 301 ; Com- 
modore Walter, K.N., 301. 

Uatten, K. I'hisliolm, 4 1, 4;".. 

Uatterean, Colonel, 222. 

Hand oil in, 101. 

Haudouin, Christopher, 100, 101 ; Ma','dalon, 
100, I'.tl ; Stephen, 101. 

Baytield, Elizabeth Gertrude, 290 ; John Wol- 
sey, 200. 

Bayley, Ann, 05 ; Christopher, 05 ; Elisabeth, 
30 ;' Sarah, 212 ; Thomas, 30 ; Thomas Bettes- 
worth. 08. 

Baylis, Jana, 240 ; Richard, 246. 

Baylop, Jane, 28 ; Thomas. 28. 

Baj-ly, Benjamin Neale, 141 ; Catharine, 141. 

Baynam, John, 18 ; Katlierin, IS. 

Baytop, Elisabeth, 224 ; Thomas, 224. 

Beach, Ann, 05 ; Richard, 05. 

Beacham, James, 182; Mary, 182. 

Beaching, Mary, ()2. 

r.eadlestone, Elisabeth, 225. 

Beadwell, John, 182 ; Mary, 182. 

Beaker, George, 1 10 ; Hanua, 130; John, 181 ; 

Judith, 110. 181 ; Mary, 170. 
Beal, John, 282 ; John Francis, 62 ; Mary, 02, 
03, 141 ; Sarah, 282. 



Jlialc, 35. 

Beale, Elizabethan!, 3 ; Mary, 2(i ; Odoardo, 35. 

Beau, Emily, 272 ; Henry, 272. 

lieard, Elis., 130; James, 130; Mary, 114; Ro- 
bert, 224 ; Samuel, 224. 

Bcaiichamp, Earl oj] 2o(>. 

Beaucharap, Catherine, Countess of, 301 ; Char- 
lotte, Countess of, 250; John Reginald Pin- 
dar, Earl of, 250, 301 ; sec also De Beauehamp. 

Beauelerk, Elizabeth, 244. 

Beauford, Alice, 10; Edward, Uuke of Somer- 
set, 10; Henry (afterwards Cardinal), 10; 
Jane, 10; Joaiie, 10; John, Karl and Duke 
of Somerset, 10 ; Margaret, 10 ; Thomas, 10. 

Baivfort, 10. 

Beaufort, Henry, Duke of. 204. 

Beaumont, Bartholomew, 202 ; Edward Black- 
ett, 200 ; Elisabeth, 202 ; Elizabeth, 202 ; 
John, 202 ; Sophia, 200. 

Beavan, Catherine, 22() ; John, 220. 

Beavon, Peter, 107. 

Jlcbh, 250. 

Bebb, Janet Laurance, 250 ; John, 250. 

Beck, Ann, 02 ; Elisabeth, 02 ; Elizabeth, 02 ; 
Jane, 02; John, 92; Lucy, 02; Mary, 02; 
Patty, 02 ; Patty Louisa, 02 ; Thomas, 02 ; 
William, 02. 

Beckett, Sarah, 113. 

Beech, Alice, 170; Elisabeth, 01 ; Richard, 179. 

Beeching, Margaret, 141. 

Beek, Mary, 140. 

Beesom, Mary, 30. 

Beddow, Margaret, 245 ; Thomas, 245. 

Bedwell, Mary, 30. 

Belchamber, Elisabeth, 220 ; William, 22(i. 

Belcher. Catliurine, 141. 

Bell, Henry, 1 10 ; Mary, 271 ; I'eter, 271. 

Bellamy, Anne, 282. 

Bellett. Arthur, 107 ; Mary, 107. 

Bellringer, A., 232 ; JNIary, 231. 

Bells, Joanna. 13. 

Belsham, Nathanael, 107. 

Bemonte, — , 1^5. 

Bendowin, Sarah, (H ; Tillam, 04. 

Beney, Ann, ISO; Edward, 225 ; Mary, 225. 

Bengo, Pat-it!n(H\ 01. 

l{emi, CHiarlotto .lane, 212 ; William, 212. 

Bennot, EliHubeth, 225 ; John, 71 ; Julian, 131 ; 
Mary, 180; Richard, 180; Sarah, 110, 173; 
William, 225. 

Bennett, Ann, 01 ; Grace, 230; John, (H ; Mary, 
122 ; Richard, 110 ; William, 122, 125 ; Wiue- 
fred, 110. 

Benson, Anne, 15 ; Charlotte Riou, 101 ; Moses 
George, 101. 

Benstead, lilary, 28 ; William, 28. 

Bensted, Catherine, 28 ; Elisabeth, 27, 22() ; Mar- 
tha, 182; Mary, (H, 141 ; Thomas, 27; Wil- 
liam, 28. 

Bentham, Rev. Sam., 12, 15. 

Bentinck. Lord Edward Cavendish, 277; Har- 
riet Elizabeth, 277. 

Bentley, Captain, 50 ; Sir John, 51. 

Benton, William, 107. 

Berens, Hermann, 100; Magdalen, 190, 101; 
Regina, 100. 

Bergheim, Christopher, 80 ; Conrad James, 46 ; 
Dorothea, 40 ; Harriet H. T., 88 ; Maria Doro- 
thea, 80 ; Martha, 88 ; Melville Peter, 80 ; 
Peter, 88 ; I'hilcmon, 40 ; Sophia Adelaide, 

■ic. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



309 



Berkeley, John S., 222 ; Susan, 222. 

Berkins, Joane, 288 ; Thomas, 288. 

Berkrolles. Sr. Rog-er, 17 ; AVenlliani, 17. 

Jliriuihr, I.-jU. 

lioriiake (Harnakc), Alice. ir.O ; Jului, 1,")(); Sir 
Jdhii, l.-.d; .Maud. ir.O. 

lieiiKTS, (iiaoe, I IK; Urcj^'ury, li:i. 

lU'rry, iVnne, '.'2 ; Eilnuiml, '.>2 ; Mary, 78, i)2 ; 
llebecca, (!2 ; Sarah, ;»2 ; Susaium, IHit ; Wil- 
liam, l>2. 

Bessun, Mr., 51. 

I'.est, Marjfareta, 247. :•>-"■■ 

Beten, John, li>7. 

Jlcthcl, 21.-,. 

Bethel, Anue, 21.-) ; W., 21,-,. 

Bethell, Mal.el Alice, 111), l.-,8 ; Mairi Myrtle, 
2(18; W. E., l.-,8; William. 208 ; William E., 
111). 

Bets worth, Mary, 89. 

Bettou, me De Hetton. 

Betts, Edward, 111; Elizabeth, 182; Mar^-aret. 
1-11; Mary Susanna, y.) ; Sarah, (ili ; Susanna, 
141 ; Thomas, GH, 182; William, 141. 

Betty, Elisabeth, 182. 

Beuell, John, 180 ; Margaret, 2 ; — , 18(1. 

Bevans, Susanna, \'^'■^ ; Thomas, Hi'.). 

Beverley. Geor^-e Percy, Marl of (afterwards 
Duke of Norlhumberhind). iiiHi ; Ijouisa Stu- 
art llarcourt. Countess of, iiuo. 

Beverstock, Jane, 139; John. Hill. 

Bevor, — , 104. 

Bewicke, — , 7(5. 

Bewley, Elisabeth, llU; Mary. 180; Tliomas, 
110. 18U. 

Bewly, Elisab., 139 ; Robert, 139. 

Biddle-Cope, Baron of Verona, 210. 

Bielby, John. 32. 

BijiK, Ann, 179; Elis., 05; Frances, 138. 225; 
John, 138, 225 ; ]Mary, ; Persis, 01 ; Richard, 
(»5 ; Sarah, 225. 

Bi;_'ge or Biggs, Mary, 147 ; Obiah, 147. 

Bi'itis, Mary. 85. 

Bi-nal, Mary, 203. 

Bi-nell, Jane, 40. 

Bitcsby, Mary, 175. 

Bill. Elisabeth, 110. 

Bills, Ann, 01, 03, 225; John, 225; Mary, 05, 
112; Sarah, 04 ; Susanna, 181. 

Binnett, Elisabeth, Itio. 

Binskiu. Catlu'riuo, 20 ; tlohn, 20. 

Birch, .Marv, 225. 

Birchticld, Daniel, 140; Elisabeth, 140. 

r>irkiu, Harriet Maude, 208 ; Thoiuas Isaac, 
208. 

liinull, 151. 

Birningham, Ann, 183; Jacob. 183. 

Biscoe, Elisha. 212 ; Patience Eleanor, 212. 

JJiship, 114. 

Bishop, Mary, 3J, 183; Mercy, 01, 181 ; Sarah, 
03; Sheppard, 01; Thomas, 183; William, 
30 ; — . 98. 

Bishopp, 223. 

liishopp or Bisshopp, Catherine, 223 ; Sir Cecil, 
45, 223 ; Cecil A. Hillyar, 45 ; Lady, 45. 

Bisley, Margery, 20. 

7//.v,sr, 125. 

]5isse, Agnes, 121 ; .\nn, 127 ; Ai)ne-i, 124 ; 
lieiijamin, 120, 127; Catherine, 127; Daniel, 
127; Dcnysc (Dionysia), 121; Edward, 122; 
Edwardus. 120; Eleanor, 122, 123; Eliza, 
120; Elizabeth, 122, 123, 125, 120, 127; Elli- 



nor, 120; Frances, 122, 124; Francisca, 120; 
George, 122, 123, 125, 12(i ; Grace, 12() ; Jacob, 
120; James, 122, 123. 124, 120, 127; Jane, 
122, 125, 120, 127; Joan, 124; Joane, 124, 
120; .loaiines, 120; .lohaiuies, 120; Joliu, 
122, 123. 121, 125, 120, 127 ; June, 124 ; Joseph, 
123; .Inlyan, 121 ; Katheriue; 127 ; Laurence, 
123; Margaret, 122, 123, 121, 120; Maria, 
120; Martha, 127; Mary, 122, 123, 125,120, 
127; JNicholas, 123; Peter. 124; Philip, 122, 
124, 120; I'hilipp, 124; Itebecca, 122, 123, 
120, 127; Kichard, 124; Robert, 127; Sarah, 
127; Stephen, 125, 120; Stephen, M.I'., 122; 
Thomas, 123, 127; Upton, 120; Rev. Upton, 
122, 120; William, 122, 123, 125, 120, 127; 
{aliax I'.est), William, 123 ; (.///«.v Thomas), — 
123. 

Black, A. and C, 30, 70, 110, 151, 152, 187, 228, 
204, 303 ; John, 09, 110 ; Mary, 110. 

Blackall, Anne, 200, 20 1 ; Elizabeth, 200, 201 ; 
John. 2U0. 201 ; Mary, 200, 201 ; Kichard, 
200, 202 ; Robert, 2U(), 2ul, 202. 

Blackburn, Catharine, 252 ; Kdward, 252 ; Elea- 
nor Margaret Anne, 252 ; Eleonora, 252 ; 
Elizabeth, 252 ; Elizabeth Katherine, 252 ; 
Henry Robson. 252 ; Joshua, 252 ; Joshua 
John Blades, 252 ; Lydia, 252 ; Mary, 252 ; 
Mary Aun, 252. 

I'dackburne (Blackbourn. Blackbourne, or 
Blackburn), Benjamin, 143 ; Catherine, 235 ; 
Elizabeth, 143 ; Francis, 143 ; George, 143, 
235 ; James, 143 ; Jane, 143, 235 ; Mary, 
143. 

Blacket, 114. 

Blackett, Anne, 114 ; Sir John, 114. 

Blackman, Anne, 102 ; John, 199 ; Jonathan, 
19'.) ; Robt., 102 ; Sarah, 29 ; William, 29. 

Blackmore, Elizabeth, 131 ; Philip, 131. 

lilackrie, Alexander, 58 ; Ann, 58 ; Elizabeth, 
58. 

Black well, George, 29 ; Sarah, 29. 

Blackwood, Catherine Anne, 249 ; Captain John, 
249. 

Blackwood and Sons, 75. 

Blades, Caroline, 252 ; Elizabeth, 252 ; Hannah, 
252 ; John, 252 ; John Robson, 252 ; Laura, 

Bladwell (Blad'), Geoffrey, 184; Henry, 185; 

Margarett. 184. 
Blagrave. Anne, 288 ; Hev. Jolin. 288. 
7,7,//.,, 214. 
Bhike. Anne, 204 ; Francis, 214 ; John. 201 ; 

Mary, 211. 
Blakely, John, 90 ; (^aluai Bury), Mary, 90. 
Bland, Charlotte, 151 ; Emily Alicia, 40. 
Blanker, David, 171 ; Jane, 171. 
Blatcher, Ann, 04 ; John, 04. 
Blay, Dr. George, 100. 
Jllaijucij, Lord,2\ii. 
Blaynuy, Henry, Lord, 218 ; Martha (his dau.), 

218. 
Blee, Alice, 232. 
Blethin, F'manergh, Lord of Brecknock (14th 

in linial descent irom Caradoc. generations 

given), 17. 
lilick, Francisca, 295 ; Johis.. 295. 
lUicke. John, 294. 
lil.indell, Edward, 179; Jane, 179. 
Blonden, Mary, 182 ; Kichard, 182. 
Blose, Allyne, 197. 
Blundall, Catherine, 235. 



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310 



MiSCELLxiNEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



lilundell or lilondoll, Adam, 2S1 ; Catherine, 
oo ' Z ' ~^^ '■ ^^''itlierine, 281 ; Ucbeccah, 
-ol ; hamuel. liSl. 

Blundoii, Aiiiic, 170. 

^^'l 80 ' ^''''^''" "''"'' ""' ^*^''^'^''«tl'' '"'; Mary, 

lilytli, Alice, KO. 

Boar, Ann, (il ; William, (J I. 

Board, Mary, 2;i. 

Boase, M., 2;)1. 

Bocland, «r De Bocland. 

Boddington, 212. 

Boddin{,rton, Georrrg, 212; Hannah, 212; John, 
^42 ; Leticia, 108 ; Loetitia, 108 ; Martha, 2(2 • 
Kejrinald Stewart, 107, 108, 142, 202 ; Thomas, 

Bodens, Adam, lOd ; Rachacl, lOG. 

Bodiam, Eli.sabcth, (Jii. 

Bodilly, Ann, 231 ; N., 231. 

Boering, Julian, 100. 

Bogue, Marie Louise, 239. 

Boileau, Henrietta, 301 ; Simeon, 301. 

I.okeuham, John, lO,") ; Lucy, 105. 

Bold, Dorothea, 2!)8, 290 ; Peter 298 299 

Bolland, Rev. John, 47. '" ' " ' • 

Bolton, Dorothy, 281 ; Elizabeth, 281 ; Henry, 
281 ; John, 281 ; Jon., 281 ; Mary, (i2. 141 ■ 
Mr., 3(); William, (12, HI. 

Bolus, Elizabeth, 89. 

Honar, iMrs. Thom.<ou, 7."). 
]{onby, Catharine Norris, 131. 
Bond Elisabeth, (ir, ; Commander John Holmes, 
B.N., 134 ; Mary, 285 ; William, 05, 285. 
' Bonde, Dioncs, 21 ; St. (ieorge. 21. 
Bonella, Joanna, (iO. 
Jioni'Uiis, (i(i. 
Bonellus, Samuel, CO. 
Honnefoy, nee- De Bonnefoy. 
Bouniwell, Frances, 138. 
Bonny, Alexander, 113; Sarah, 113. 
lioon, Elisubelli, (;i ; Kli^., 28. 
Boond, Dorothea, 210 ; Tho '•'10 
l!oorder<;/- Border, Abraham, 144; lieniamin, 
HI; Beniamme, 111; Heniamyn, Ml; \W'n- 
jamin. 111; KlJcn, HI ; Samuel 1 II 
Boorman, Amy, 13S; Elisabeth, 220 '; Jolin, 

Boorno, Jane, 220 

Jiooth, 211. 

Booth, Anno, 211; Klizabetli IMary. 297 ; Philip, 

Boothby, Sir William, 98. 

Boow, Mary, 30 ; Richard, 30. 

Horeham, l-Jlizabeth, 82. 

Boreman, Jane, 01. 

Borman, John, 27, 139; Martha, 27; Mary 03 
139; Sarah, 05; William. 03. 

Borner, Mary, 01. 

Bornner, Catherine, 02 ; Edward 02 

Borroughs. Elizabeth. 108. 

Bosville, Alexander William Robert, 207 ■ God- 
frey Wentu'ortlL 209 ; Harriet CasJandra "09 
Julia Louisa, 209. 
Bos well, Ann, 30 ; Anne, 179; Thomas 179 
Boteler, Anne, 15.3, 155 ; Sir Francis, 153 
Boteher, Ann, 227; Sir Philip. Bart.. M.P., 

Jiofctourt, 150. 

Botetourt, Joane. 150; ,lolin, 150. 

B[.' SJotherden, Mary. 13!) ; Thomas, 139 

Botteler. Alice, 105 ; Edmonde, l(i5. 



Botter, Hannah, 288. 

Bottle, Alexander, 140; Frances, 224; Mary 
110, HO; Richard, 110; Sarah, 140 ; Thomas, 

Bottrell, Ann, 290 ; 'J'hoa., 290. 

iSoulton, Edwardus, 293 ; lOlisaboth, 27. 

I'-ouverie, .svr Do Bouverie. 

Bcwdler, Andrew, 53 ; Elizabeth, 55 ; John, 55 ; 

Mary, 55 ; Samuel, 55 ; William. 55. 
Bowdoin, Anne Dicka.son, 32 ; Giacomo Temple, 
32 ; James, 32 ; Maria Temple, 32 ■ Mary 
Temple, 32. 
Bowes, Catherine, 63. 
Bowghton, Willmi., 210 ; Willmus., 240. 
Bowles, Joanna, 240 ; John, 220 ; Mary 226 ■ 
Thoma;, 240. ' 

Bowls, Mary, 183. 
Bowlton, Maria, 295 ; Will., 295 
Bowman. Elisabeth, 181 ; Francis. 181 ; John, 

282 ; Mary, 282. 
Bowness, Major-General George, 149 ; Major 

John, 149. ' 

Bowthe, Sr. Phillippe, 104. 
Bowyar, see Bowyer. 

Bowyer, Ann, 61, 225; Benjamin, 61 ; Catha- 
rine, 250, 251 ; Sir Edmond, 250, 251 ; Eliza- 
beth, 2u0, 251 ; Emma. 250, 251 ; John, 250 
251. ' 

Boyce, Hannah, 180. 
ISoydell, Ann, 113; James, 113. 
lioyes, John, 298. 
Jl'iijlo, 210. 

Boyle, Joan, 210; Stephen, 210. 
Boys. Catherine, 225 ; Thomas, 225. 
Bradbrook, Mrs. Thomas Frederick, 80 ; William 
M.R.C.S., 77, 191, 245, 292. ' 

Bradford, Abigail, 247 ; Georg., 247 ; Mary, 26. 
Bradley Ann, 179; Charity, 181; Elisabeth, 

182 ; John, 181 ; Thomas, 18'' 
Brady, Dr., H4, 170, 202, 281. 
Braithwaitc, J. 11.. 273 ; IMaria Frances, 273. 
Bran, Elisabeth, (i3 ; iMary, 30. 
Branch, Susanna, 112. 
Brando', ( 'Jiarles, Duke of Suff(olk), 259. 
IJrandt, Adolphus, 118, 158; Alice Florence. 

118, 119; Elizabeth Alice, 118, 158. 
Brattle, Elisabeth, 27. 

Hray, Baroness, 301 ; Edward, 123; Elizabeth, 
123 ; (George, 123; .Margaret, 123; Mary, 123 • 
Philij), 29 ; Sarah, 29. ' 

Breach, Anne, 01. 
Brock, John, 220 ; Mary, 226. 
Jhrcoa, Prince of , 10, 17, 18. 
Bredeay. Mary, 181. 
Bredge, Elisth., 05 ; John, 65. 
Brenchley, Dinah, 28 ; John, 28. 
Brenchly, Mary, 139. 
Brereton, Thomas, 71. 
Brett, Alexander, 182; Ann, 182; Elisabeth, 

282 ; Captain Piercy, 50. 
Brewer, Elisabeth, 182; Thomas, 182. 
Brian, Lord of Abergaueny, 10. 
Brice, Agnes, 27 ; Solomon, 27 
Briddle, Eliz.. 171 ; William, 171 
Bridge. Charles, (il ; Elizabeth, 01 ; Esther 227 • 

Martha, 81 ; Nicholas, 81. 82. 
Bridges. Ann, 113; iMary, 110; Thomas, 113 
iJndgland, Richard, 181 ; Ruth, HI ; Samuel 
111 ; Sarah, 181. ' 

Bridgraan, John, 40 ; Susanna, 40 
I'.rigden, Elisabeth, 111 ; Mary. 137. 



IN])EX OF NAMES. 



311 



Bri^i-js, DoioUiv, 111; Klisab., i:i!i ; Tlioinas, 

Hriglit, Kli /111 Kith Anno, '271 ; Sainuol, 271. 

Iliimslod, Aim, (iu. 

Ihine, Ellonore, 174. 

Brinstead, .fane, 2'J. 

Brisley, Ann, 225 ; Frances, 225 ; Hobert. 225 ; 
William, 225. 

Ih-issfudcn, I'llisalR'th, 22(;. 

Itiisl.o, llenrici, 217; llonricus, 217; Simon, 
217; Siinonis, 217. 

lhi.>to\v, Sarah, 2'M ; Susanna, MO; Symon, 
2'.I2. 

Britcher, Ann, 04 ; Christian, 140; Eli/,., 28; 
Frances, IS'.l ; ,)ohu, 140 ; Richard, i:^;i ; Sarah, 
(11, 11 0. 

Britt, Hannah, 21). 

Brittah, .lames, 112; Judith, 112; Mary, lll^; 
ratience, (II ; 'I'homas, (11. 

liritten, Eli/abeth, 2it5 ; ,lolin, 2'.I5 ; Susanna, 
40. 

Britter. Ann, (il ; Nicholas, (il. 

Broekhurst. Joan, 281. 

Brokshye, Bartholomew, 185; Elizabeth. 185. 

Bromfeild, Elisabeth, 112; Taylor. 112. 

Bromtield. Mary, 110; Thomas, 110. 

Ihomley, Elisabeth, fi;} ; Kllenor, 21(2 ; Mary, 
i:<8 ; Kebecca, 224 ; Sarali. C.:! ; William. 
22 1 . 

Bronescombe, Bishop, 8. 

Brook, Edward, 57 ; Frances, 57 ; James, 21> ; 
Mary, 28, 2'J, 182, 224 ; Robti., 24(; : Sarah. 
•M) ; Thomas, 24(i ; William, 224, 253. 

Brooke, Anne, 54, 245 ; Emma, 2'.i7 ; flFrancis, 
2'.)5 ;, Jana, 29;^ ; Loombe Culham, 2il7 ; Ro- 
bert, 54 ; Sarah, 2'J5 ; Tho., 2'.»3 ; Thomiu, 
245, 21)5. 

Brooker, Eliz., 279 ; Jno., 279. 

I'.rookman, — , 59. 

Brooks, Phobe, 170. 

Brooksbank, Alfred, 27(5 ; Anna .Maria, 275, 27(; ; 
lion. Colonel Arthur, 275 ; Captain Arthur 
Ileywood, 270 ; Benjamin, 275 ; Benjamin 
Heywood, 275, 270 ; Christobel, 270 ; Dora 
Helen, 27() ; Edward, 275; Captain Edward 
Clitherow, 27() ; Rev. Edward Hawke, 275 ; 
Edward York, 27(; ; Eleanor, 27(1 ; Ethel Mar- 
garet, 27() ; Gcorjre, 270; Godfrey, 27(i ; llan- 
nali.275; Helen. 270 ; Henry, 270 ; Uuyh CJod- 
frcy, 270; Huj;li Lonsdale. 270; John Lons- 
dale, 270 ; Katherine Uraham, 275 ; Laura 
Sophia. 270 ; Lucy Hilda, 270 ; Lucy Mary, 
275 ; Mar^^aret Graham, 270 ; Mary, 275 ; 
I'hilip, 270 ; Richard Gylby, 27t; ; Stamp, 
27(i ; William, 27(> ; Lieut, and Adj. \Mlliam 
Stafford. 270. 

Brooktou. Anne, 230. 

Broomlicld, Anne, 'Ml 

Broomball, Mary, <;2. 

Brou'ih, — , 2 IS.' 

Jtmiuihton, 1. 

liroaghton. Kdward, 1 ; .loan. 1 ; .lohn, 1 ; Tho- 
mas, 1 ; Sir Thomas, 1. 

Brown, Ann. 183 : Anne, 233 ; Charlotte Riou, 
191; Daniel, 233; Dorothy, 191: Edward, 
140; Elisab., 138; Jane, 140; John, 05; 
Colonel Lyde, 191; Mary, 28, 110. 138.139; 
Mary Louimi. 270 ; Richard, 140 ; Robert, 28 ; 
Sarah, 05 ; Susanna, 1 |0 ; Susannah. 20 ; 
T. Allen. 270; Tliomas, 20. i;i9; William, 
183, 



Browne, Anne, 14 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; Frauncis, 
21; Jane, 14; Louisa Jane, 149; Margaret, 
289; .Mary. 100; Mr. (^otlierwise Thomas 
Cokayne): 155; Susannah, 14; Tlio;e., 295; 
Thomas 295 ; Weston, lOO ; William, 14, 1 19 ; 
— , 19U ; ticc uls<i Cave-Browne. 

JJroirnlow, 221. 

Brownlow. Arthur, 221 ; Jos, 20l ; T.etitia, 221. 

Browse, Allan, 129; Grace, 129. 

Jh-o.rhohtir, 211. 

Broxholme, I\lary, 211 ; —,211. 

Bruce, Ann, 140. 

Brumley, John, (55 ; Mary, 05. 

Brun, sec Le Brun. 

Brutton, Robert, 80. 

Bryan. Alice, 104 ; — , 104 ; see aho De Bryan. 

Bryant, flannah, 139 ; John, 04 ; Margaret, 04. 

Buccleugh, Alice (Alse), Duchess of, 41 ; Fran- 
cis, Duke of, 41, 

Buck, Ann, 181 ; Thomas, 181. 

lincht', 100. 

Bucke, Jane, 100 ; — , 100. 

Buckhurst. Hannah, 29. 

Buckland. Sarah. 2i;. 

Buckle, Dickens, 271 ; Frances Martha, 271. 

Buckley, Elizabeth, 271 ; Rev. Thomas, 271. 

I'.uckstone. Elisab., 113; William, 113. 

Budd, Mary, 144 ; William, M4. 

Budds, Ann, 14 1; Mary. 137 ; Stephen, 141, l.s2 ; 
Steven, 137 ; Susanna, 182. 

Budge, Sarah, ()5. 

Buds, Frances. 01. 

Buers nr De Beurs (sometimes Bures). Alice, 
104.105: Alyce. I(i5 ; Andr', 104; Andreas, 

104 ; Andrew, 104, 105 ; Sr. Andrew, 104, 165 ; 
Andrewe, 105, 100 ; Sr. Andrewe, 105 : Anne, 
103, 100 ; Dorothie, 100 ; Elizabeth, 105, 100 ; 
Henry, 103, 165, 100, 107 ; Hillarye, 164 ; 
James, 104; Jane, 165, 160; Joane, 165; 
Joane or Jane, 100; John, l(i4, 105; Kathe- 
rine, 105, 100; Margarett, 105'; Mary, 1(;7; 
Mychaell, 105 : Robert, 104, 100 ; Robt., 105 ; 
Sr. Robt., 104, 105; Rob'tus, 104; William, 

105 ; Will'm, 105, 100; — . 100. 
Buivere, si-r De Buivere. 
Bulbrookc, Elizabeth, 85 ; John, 85. 
i^ulkley. Catharine, 252 ; Catharine Elizabeth, 

252 ; Edmund (.' Wilford), 252 ; George, 252 ; 
George Alford (jir Alfred), 252 ; Helen Lydia, 

Bull, Augustin, 41; Daniel, 179; Elisabeth, 
282; Eliz., 282 ; Elizabeth, 41, 144 ; Frances, 
41 ; Grace, 179; Joseph, 41 ; Mary, 41 ; Rich- 
ard, 41 ; Robert, 41 ; Uobt., 282 ; Thomas, 41 ; 
Thos., 144; William, 41. 

Bullard, Catherine, 30 ; William, 30. 

BuUen, B., 150; Benjamin, 158; Edward B., 
158; Martha Elizabeth, 150. 

Bullock, Jana. 247. 

Bunipus, Messrs., 264. 

Buncker, John, 203 ; Mary, 203 ; Thomas, 203. 

Bundy, Sarah, 281. 

lUmnian, Anne, 63. 

Bunyar, Mary, 183; Thomas, 183. 

Bunyard, Ann, 20 ; Arthur, 28, 182 ; James, 140. 
226; Jane, 140; John, 20; Mary, 28, 220; 
Sarah, 182. 

Burbon, Duke of, 259. 

Burbridge, Aim, 04; John, 110; Mary, 04; 
Richard. 04 ; Sarah, 110. 

Burchtield, Jane, 140. 



312 



^EISCELLANEA GENEALOGTCA ET IIERALDICA. 



Burden, A mu', ISl' ; Elisah., :f'.t ; Klisabeth; '2^, 
225; Herbert, i:Ut; John, 182; IMary.'r.2; 
L'ichard. (12. 

JivvfK, Kir,. 

Biu't^er, Jacob Kdwin, 178. 

Burtrea, Ann (Roberts), (IC ; Daniel, (It ; Eliza- 
betli, (il ; John Vnyr. 2'.l7 ; Captain Michael, 
lUO; William, loo; 

Burf/eBS, Mary, (i2. 

Burgh. Anne, 20 ; Thomas, 20. 

Burgin, Mary, liO. 

lUir^ris, Sarah, 2'.t ; Susanna, 29. 

Burko, H. Earnham. Somerset Herald, '^7. ISO; 
— . i:^3. 

Burnet, Eli.sabcth, ISI ; Peter, 181. 

Burnett, Bcv. Samuel. \)l ; Thomas, 91. 

Burney, Doratbie, ISii ; 'I'hom., KSf!. 

lUirns, D., 2(j0.. 

Burnstean, Captayne, ISO. 

Burr, Ann, 27 ; Cassandra, 22C> ; Elisabeth, (!4, 
22ii ; George, 22(! ; Jamos, 28, lli9 ; Jane, 28, 
lii'J ; Richard, 22(;. 

Burren, Jane. (U : John, 111 ; Sarah, 111. 

Burrisii, Geort^e, 117 ; Mary, 117. 

Bursell (? Hurrell), Susanna, 129. 

Burtchaell, Annie Bomola, 87 ; Claudia, 87 ; 
'Katharine, 87 : Rev. Somerset I5ratield, 87. 

Jiiirfi'n, 'MM). 

Burton, Anj^ela Margaret, 271 ; Ann flrace, 
:U)0; Benjamin, :{()(); Catherine, 215; Sir 
Charles, I'.art., :iOO ; Rev. Canon Clarke Wat- 
kins. 274 ; Dr., T.O ; Eli.sabefrh, 1H9, Ml ; Flo- 
rence, 274 ; Francis Conyngham. IKK) ; Jane, 
;50 ; John, 141, 2ir> ; Katherine Venetia, 274 ; 
Jlary, 274 ; Mary Venetia Heywood, 274 ; Ro- 
bert, 80 ; Robert Benjamin Lawrence, 800 ; 
Samuel, 179; Sarah, 179. 

Burvil, Ann, 29 ; Thomas, 29. 

Burwash, Catherine, 29, 225 ; Thomas, 29. 

Bury, Ann, 97, 98 ; Cave, 98, 95 ; Kli/.abeth. il8, 
95, 9(i ; Ell/al)eth Anne, 27H ; George Keppel, 
Viscount, 22(1 ; Gilliert, 98: 91, 95, 9(J ; Gilbert, 
Lieut. R.N., 90; .lane, 95, 9(1; John, 91,95, 
9(i ; Martha. 9(i ; Mary, 94, DC; Rebecca. 95, 
9(1 ; Theoiiliilus, 95 ; Thomas, 91, 95. 9(i. 97 ; 
Sir Thomas, '.)4. 95, 9(i ; William, 9.8, 94, 95, 
9(1, 97, 98 ; Rev, Canon William, 278 : Sir 
William, 98, 94 ; Bev, William E., 98. 

Burve, Abbot of, 1(12. 

Bus'bridge, John, 225 ; Mary, 225. 

]Ui>h, Klivabeih, 2J5 ; Mary, 29. 

lUishe, Rt. \[o\\. (Muules Kendi'.ll, 120; Char- 
lotte, 120, 

Buss, Elisabeth, (!5 ; Elizabeth, 28; Hannah, 
(;2 ; Margaret, 27 ; Samuel, (!2 ; Thomas, 27, 
28. 

Buswell, Mary, 78, 79 ; — , 78. 

Butcher, Daraaris, 2(1 ; Daniel. (i5 ; Elia., (j4 ; 
John, (14 ; Mary, (i5, 181. 

Buterlegh, ,wc De Buterlogh. 

Buthers (.' Butters), — , 178. 

Butle, Rd., 250 ; Richard, 251 ; Thomazin, 250, 
251. 

Butler, Ada Shal'to, 119; Alice, 1(15; Anna 
Toldervy, 119 ; Catharine, 27 ; Elisabeth, 188, 
282 ; Evelyne, 119 ; Captain Francis Le Bre- 
ton, 119; Isaac, 22t) ; Sr. James, Earle of 
Ormond, 105 ; James, Erie of Wiltshire, 105 ; 
John, 27, 165 ; iMary, 180, 226 ; Richard, 183 ; 
Thomas, 105, 180, 

Butt, Sarah, 27. 



Jin/tci, IOC. 

Uuttes, Anne, l(i8, 100; Bridgett, 100; Ed- 

monde, 108, 100; Jane, 100 ; Margaret, 100; 

Mary (,'), KiO ; 'Ihouias, 100 ; Sr, Will'ui, 166. 

Button, Elisab., 188 ; Joane, 250 ; "William, 250. 

Buttonshaw, Klisabeth, 188 ; John, 188 ; Judith, 

188 ; Mary, 180. 

I Butts or Buts, Ann, 42 ; Dorothy, 42 ; George, 

I 42; Martha. 42; Mary, 42; Philippa, 42; 

1 llobert, 42; William, 12; Rev. William, 42; 

xct: aho De Butts. 
! Bvrgess. V. H„ 258. 
! Bye, Rev. Deo<latu.«, 188 ; Mary, 188. 
Bynd, Allice, 250. 251 : Catharine, 2.50, 251 ; 
Elizabeth, 250, 251 ; Emma, 250, 251 ; John, 
250, 251 ; William, 250, 251. 



Cabbel, Elisabeth, 28 ; Rachel, 110. 

Cabl)ell, Cassandra, 220; Hannah, 29; John, 

27 ; Mary, 20 ; Sarah, 27 ; William, 29. 
Cabbett, Betty, 189; Robert, 189. 
Cadogan. Joseph, 79. 
Caerlion, Howell, 16 ; Joanne. 10. 
Cailler, Marian. 81. 
Cailli, Emme, 150. 
Calamy, — , 17(;. 
Caldebeck, Cycelye, 184; Henry, 184; Mar- 

garett, 184 ; Thomasin, 184. 
Calder, Admiral Sir Kobt., Bart., 51. 
C?,liot, Marie, 8u2. 

Callard, Daniel, 285 ; Elisabeth, 285. 
Callow, Frances, 6. 
Calthroppe, Isabell, IGl ; Sir Olyu', 161 ; — , 

100. 
Camac, Elizabeth, 59 ; John, 59 ; Letitia, 59. 
Camden, John, 802. 

Campbell, Christiana, 18() ; Rev. Dr., 51 ; Elisa- 
beth Janet, 07 ; Janet, 41 ; John. 67, 68, 186 ; 

John Rea, 299 ; Mary Maclean, 68 ; Susanna, 

28, 65; W'ilhelmina. 67; William, 28 ; — , . 

190. 
Ctniij}dcu, Viscovnt, 109. 
Campden, Edward (Noel), Viscount, 109 j see 

also Gainsborough rind Noel. 
Campion, William John. 51. 
Candler, Anuabella, 228 ; William, 228. 
Cano, JIargaret, 180. 
Canning, Jlr., 187. 
Canterbury, Archbishop of, 200. 
Capeling, Catherine, 224. 
Capell, Sarah, 171. 
Card, Agnes, 27. 
Cardigan, Gawith or Gwaeth Voed, Prince of, 

10 ; Sr. Gwyn Kydinor, Lord of, 10 ; Odwin 

ap Tithwalch, Lord of, 10. 
Carleton, Elizabeth, 218 ; John, 213. 
(\irHslc, Earl of, 228. 

Carlisle, Earl of, 228. ^ 

Carman, Mary, 111, 112, 182 ; Stephen, 61 ; Sns- ; 

anna, 01 ; Thomas. 111. 
Carmarthen, Manjuis of, \ pi. ; xec also Leeds, 

Duke of. i 

Cannichael, Jlr,. 85, 
Cai'on, Benjamine. 12; Magdalen, 12, 
Carpenter, Anne, 02 ; Elisabeth, 30, 61 ; Jane, '■ 

28 ; John, 61. 124 ; Thomas, 28, 30. 

Carr, 151, I 

Carr, Elianor, 21 ; Elis., 68 ; Thomas, 21, 63. \ 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



313 



Carr-Oonim, Franci'H Culling, 1M7; — , ]'>'2. 

Ciuriiigtoii, Anna ]Maria, "li'i') ; George, 2.">'j. 

Carryer, iMartlia. 27. 

Carson, Rev. Henry Walters, 120; Rev. Joseph, 
D.D., ]20 ; lit. Rev. Thomas, LL.I)., Bishop of 
Kilmore, Klphiu, and Anla^li, 120. 

Carter, Ann, IKi, J 82 ; BnuUnuill, r.8 ; l':iisab.. 
Ui'J ; James, 112 ; Jane, MJ ; John, 111, HIi ; 
Joseph, 121; Margaret, 14;i ; l\lartha, 112; 
Mary, 26, 124, 143; I'riscilla, 2i) ; Robeccah, 
143 ; Robert, 140, 182 ; Sarah, tJ4, 143 ; Sus- 
anna, HI, 181 ; Susannah, 143; Thomas, 2!t, 
181 ; William, 143: William h\, 115. 

Cartwright, Deborah, 22() ; Sarah, 224 ; Thomas, 
221). 

Carver, Elizabeth, 2."> ; Joseph, 2."), 20 ; Sarah, 

Carwithen, Mr., 49 ; Mrs., 4 'J. 

Cary, Elizabeth, 211t ; (ie(3rge, 219 ; Henry, Lord 
• Ilunsdon, 185 ; Will'm, 185 ; Wilson, 264. 

Casbeard, Robert, 125. 

Caster, George 0., 36. llti, 152, 188, 228, 264, 303. 

Castle. Edward, 2i) ; Elisabeth, 2'J ; Dr. Michael 
Arthur, 120. 

Castleden, Sarah, 110. 

t;at. Margaret, 171); Martha, 183. 

(!athoart, -sre Shaw-Catheart. 

Catingham, Ellen, 144. 

Catlett, Frances, 182. 

.Gatlid, Jane, 62. 

C^att, .Vniy, 111 ; Klisabot.h, 65; Thomas, G5. 

l"at,tell, Mlizabcth, 238 ; Hannah, 285; llpwons, 
285. 

Cauendish, Catherine, 184 ; Thomas, 261 ; — , 
184. 

Caufour, xne De Caufour. 

Cauindishe, George, 185 ; Joanne, IB.o. 

Caulder, Ann, lli4 ; Thomas, li»3, 194. 

Cave, Charles, 15; Clement, 210; John, 91; 
Mary, '.)1, 210. 

Cave-Browne, Rev. J., 26' 61, Ho, 137, 178, 224. 

Cavendish, Elizabeth, 250 ; Lady Emily Augusta, 
278 ; Susan Louisa, 278 ; Colonel William 
Henry l''rederick, 278. 

Cawdy nr Cawdyo, Sir Bas.siiigbourn, 163 ; Doro- 
thie, 163; Sir Henry, 163; Sir Robert, 163; 
Wynifrede, 163. 

Cawley, Rev. Thomas, 39. 

Cawoode, Jane, 167 ; — , 167. 

('•ii/h/, 150. 

C'cif, 18, 20, 218. 

I'ooii, I'lli/abetli, 218 ; Sir Uobcrt, 218; Secre- 
tary, 259 ; stf (il.^o C'ioill. 

Cerjat, Ursula, 227. 

Chace, Mary, 127 ; Thomas, 127. 

Chad, Georgii, Bart., 103 ; Robertus lohanues, 
103. 

Chainey, Ann, 64 ; John, 64. 

Challen, Sarah, 182. 

Challis, Robert, 2. 

Chaloner, Ann, 29 ; Elisabeth, 141, 225; John, 
141 ; Thomas, 29, 225. 

Chamberlain, Alderman. 178. 

Chambers, Ann, 110, 111, 141, 181, 226; Anne, 
61; Edward, 191); Elisabeth, 29, 62; John, 
(il ; -Mary, 1 11, 224 ; Robert, 226 ; Sarah, 183 ; 
Thomas, 111 ; William, 29. 

Chanmey, Anno, 220; William, 220. 

('/itiiiij)rrnnit)ni', 218. 

Champernowne, Henry, 218 ; .Mary, 2i8 ; Tho- 
mas, 11. 

VOL. IV., SERIES III. 



Cliamiiion, Elisabeth, 28 ; John, 28. 

Cliaijiain. .Mary, 26 ; Thomas, 26. 

Chaplin, Elizabeth Charlotte Maud, 87; Dr. 
Thomas, 87. 

Chajunan, Ann, 111, 112; Dorothy, 141; Ed- 
ward, 171 ; Eliz.. 171 ; George, 180; Hannah, 
180; Lidia, 181 ; Lydia, 171 ; Mary. 55, 62, 
171, 224 ; I'eter, 171 ; Richard, 55, 141 ; Sarah, 
55 ; William, 180. 

Charles I., King of England, GO, 280. 

nu!rle.'< II.. 109. 

Charles II., King of England, 75, 109, 245. 
Charlton, Ann, 110 ; Catherine, 224 ; Elisabeth, 

111, 138; Henry, 224; John, 113; Joseph, 

138; Mary, 113; William, 110. 
Charlwood, Anne, 235. 
Chatting (Chatteen or Chattin), James, 39 ; 

John, 39 ; Judith, 39 ; Magdalen, 39 ; Susan- 
nah, 39. 
Chatwin. Ann, 224 ; Edward, 224. 
Chiiworth, 213. 
Chaworth. Anne, 213; Elizabeth, 213; Sir G., 

213 ; Sir George, 213. 
Cheal, Elisabeth, 62 ; John, 62. 
Cheany, Henry, 24. 
Checkstield, Mary. 112; William, 112. 
Cheeke, Marie, 2o'; Sir Thomas, 20. 
Cheeseman, John, 111 ; Mary, 111. 
Cheesman, Jane, 180; John, 113; Mary, 111, 

113; Sarah, 140. 
Cholsam, "Father," 178. 
Cherry, Abraham, 64 ; Mary, 64. 
Chi.ssun, Susan, 181 ; William, 181. 
Chester, 117, 150. 
Chester, Francis, 172 ; Mary, 172 ; William, 

117. 
Chester and Lincoln, Ralph, Earl of, 45. 
Chetwine, Mary, 212. 
Clictn-tjnd, Viscount, 223. 
Chetwynii, Catherine, 211 ; Susannah, 223 ; 

Viscount, 223 ; Sir William, 211. 
Chevalier, Marie, 302. 

Cheyuey, Kev. Dr., Dean of Winchester, 50. 
Cliit;hester, llobert, Bishop of Exeter, 8 ; Ro- 

Ijert Sherburne, Bishop of, 304. 
Chilhnan, George, 62 ; Martha, 62. 
Chilnian, Susanna, 224. 
Chilvcr, Andrew, 147 ; Anthony, 147 ; Antony, 

147; Henry, 147; James, 147; John, 147; 

Margaret, 147; Jlartha, 147; William, 147. 
Chiticry, Frances, 85 ; T'homas, 85. 
Chinnall or Chynnal, Anne, 12 ; Luke, 12 ; 

William, 12. 
Chipperfield, Elizabeth, 192; John, 192. 
Chittenden, Elisabeth, 141; Mary, 110, 113. 
Cholwich, Mrs., 50. 
Chomley, Mr., 296 ; Ursula, 296. 
Chorlo, Nicholas, 124. 
Chorlton, John, 69. 
Chouning, Maiy, 179. 
Chounning, Mary, 28. 
Chowning, Elisabeth, 64 ; Henry, 64 ; Lucy, 26 ; 

Mary, 29. 
Christian, Anne, 141 ; Elisabeth, 112. 
Christmas, IClizabeth, 27 ; Thomas, 27. 
Church, John Dearman, 135. 
Churchill, John, 21 ; Sara, 21. 
(!hurehk'.y, John, 294. 
iMiylmelegh, scti Do Chyjuielogh. 
Cioell ur Cicill, Alice, 20 ; Anne, 20 ; Dauid, 20 ; 

Dorothey, 20 ; Elianor, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20 ; 
D D 



314 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



Jane, 20 ; .Tohaii, 20 ; Mario, 20 ; Mildred, 
20; Reitrnold, l.S ; Richard, 2(1; Ifobert, Karlo 
of Salishurie. 20 ; Thomas, ICarle of Exeter, 
K.G., 20; AVilliam, Baron Burj-hley, K.G.". 
20 ; William, Earle of Kalisburie, 20 ; Wil- 
liam, Lord Burji-hley, 20 ; William, Lord 
Koos, 20. 

Clabbord, Abigail, i:t7 ; John, U7 ; Mary, 1:57. 

ClafJT'Tet. Elisabeth, 180 ; Mary, 27 ; Thomas, 
ISO. • - . ^. . 

Cla^'-gett, Anne, 27 ; Mary, 21) ; Thomas, 27. 

Claiton, Georjj^e, ID'J. 

Clapboard, Andrew, 224 ; Elisabeth, 224 ; Han- 
nah, 224 ; Mary, 110 ; William, 224. 

Claphamson, Elizabeth, 14. 

Clapson, Elisab., (i4. 

Clapton, BridK-et, 1(17 ; John, 1(;7. 

Clare, .sy.y; De Clave. 

Clarenceux, King-of-Arms, 11(5. 

Clark, Ann, KSit ; David, 258 ; Edith, 182 ; Ed- 
ward, r.)t) ; Franciscvs, (Jt) ; George M., 47; 
Gladys M., 47; Isaac, 182; .lohn, 188, 199, 
22,-), 208; Margaret. 140; Mary, 195, li)9; 
Olive C, 47 ; Ruth, 2;i8 ; Sarah, 225. 

Clarke, Catharine. 27 ; Frederick Arnaud, 1.S7 ; 
■ Gilbert, 13 ; Henry. 219 ; Jane, 219 ; Martha, 
1;] ; Mary, 38. 

Classon, Elisabeth, 2(5. 

Clatworthy, John. 179 ; Mary, 179. 

Clayton, Ann, Itil ; Elisabeth, 112; John, 112; 
Mary Ellen, 271 ; Valentine, 271 ; W., 271. 

Clearke, Rev. — , 155. 

Cleater, Ann, 110; John, 110. 

Cleaver, Mr., KJS. 

Cleg^--, Daniel, 225 ; Edward, 225 ; Elisabeth, 
225 ; Hannah, 182 ; Mary, 183 ; Susanna, 
225. 

Clement, Agnes, 54; Alice, 54 : Nicholas, 54. 

Cleves, Mary. (14. 

Clifford, Daniel, 179; Elisabeth, 141, 179 ; Johi.^., 
245 ; John, 111, 245 ; Mary, (]3 ; Richard, (53. 

Cli/to/t, 150. 

Clifton, Ann, 41; Elizabeth, 150; Sir John, 
150; llachael, 41 ; Rachel, 41 ; Samuel, 4! ; 
src fih-o De Clifton. 

Climpson, Mary, ('.3 ; William, (i3. 

Climsou. Elisabeth, 111; George, 111; Mary, 
113. 

Clive, Christian, 5t) ; Thomas, 50. 

Clogher, William Foster, Bisho]! of, 13('.. 

Cloko, i;iis;ilH>ili, CI ; William. CI. 

Cloiiincllj.lolui, Karl of, 25(i ; Margaret, Countess 
of, 25C. 

(lotliyiin, J'riuce 0/ Fowix, IC. 

(-lothyan. Prince of Powis, l(;. 

Clout, Edward, 224; Eli.sabeth, (il, 110, 179; 
Henry, 140 ; John, 110; Mary, 140, 179, 224 ; 
Peter, 179; Richard, (J2 ; Sarah, ()2 ; Sus- 
anna, 140; William, 179. 

Clover, Anne, 172 ; Mary, 14(J ; William, 14C. 

Clowfer, ]\Iargarct, 29. 

Clutten, Mrs., 51. 

Coates, Eleanor, 287 ; Thomas, 287. 

Coatman, Elisal)eth, 182 ; Francis, 182. 

Cobb, Dr., 49 ; Veriana, 49. 

Cobham, Elianor, dau. of Lord, 20 ; William, 
Lord, 20. 

Cobstick, Sarali, (i5. 

Cock, Margaret, 15 ; Richard, 178 ; Robert, 15. 

Cockbill, Jane, 287 ; ilrs., 284. 

Cockburn, Sir George, 110. 



Cocker, Jane, 179 ; Jonathan, 179. 

Cockot, Jane, 229. 

Cockfeilde. —,101. 

Cookings. Elisabeth, 220. 

Coe, Ann', 140 ; John, 140. 

Coel, King of Greate l'>ritaine, 17. 

Coghill, Beatrice Anna, 120; Claude Plunket, 
120; Egerton Bushe, 120; Ethel Charlotte, 
120 ; Gerald Cramer, 120 ; Sir John Joscelyn, 
Bart., 120 ; Vice-Admiral Sir Josiah Coghlan, 
Bart., 120; Hon. Lady Katharine Frances, 
120 ; Lieut. Neville Josiah Aylmer, 120; Violet 
Alice Penrose, 120. 
Cohaini'., 153. 

Cokayne (Cokaine, Cokine, Cockaine, Cockine, 
or Cocking), Anna, 154, 155 ; Anne, 153, 154, 
155 ; Sir A.ston, Bart., 153, 154, 155 ; Astonus 
154; Dorothea, 154, 155; Dorothy, 153, 154; 
Edvardi, 154 ; Edvardus, 154, 155; Edward, 
154; Sir Edward, 153; Frances, 153; Fran- 
cis, 153, 154, 155 ; Francisci, 154, 155 ; Fran- 
ciscus, 154 ; G. E., Clarenceux King-of-Arms, 
1, 153 ; Henricus, 154 ; Isabella, 153, 154, 155 ; 
Jana, 154, 155; Jane, 153, 154, 155; John, 
153, 154; Katerina, 154; Katherine, 153; 
La3titia, 154 ; Lettice, 153, 155; Lucie, 153; 
Lucy, 155 ; Maria, 154 ; Mary, 153 ; Lady 
Mary, 155; Mrs., 155; Rachel, 153; Rachill, 
155; Thoma3, 154, 155; Thomas, 153, 154, 
155, (fl7/«,v Browne) 155. 

Coke, Sir Edward, 20 ; Elizabeth, 20 ; — , 94. 

Colbee. Elisab., 138. 

Colby, Dr., 9. 

Coldgate, Mary, 01. 

Coldicott (Caldicot or Caldicott), Mary, 90 ; 
William. 90. 

Coir or Coh.'<, 151. 

Cole. Anne, 28, 151 ; Kate, 239 ; iSlargaret, 15 ; 
Mary, 73 ; Philip, 73 ; Richard, 151 ; Ro.. 2 ; 
Robert, 73 ; Sarah, 73. 

Colebrook, Elisabeth, 180; Thomas, 180. 

Colegate, Clement, 180 ; George, 180. 

Colegrove, Susannah, 280. 

Coleman, Ann, 27, 113 ; Elisabeth, 113 ; Eliza- 
beth, 29; Margaret. 03, 190; Margr., 199; 
Martha, 199; Mary, 28, 141; Richard, 190, 
199 ; Robert, 27 ; Su.sanna, 05. 

Colc.pepper, Allice, 250, 251 ; Rd., 250, 251. 

Col lens, Ann, 110, 113; Cath.. 113; Jane, 04; 
John, (M, 113: Martha, 02; Jlary, 112, 113; 
liobert, 112; Sarah, 01, 181. 

(^'.-//r.s-, 221. 

Colles, Dr. Abraham, 221 ; Sophia, 221. 

CoUett, Charles, 138 ; Jane, 138 ; Matthew, 
178. 

Collier, Cornelius, 23, 24 ; Martha, 23 ; Mary, 
203 ; William, 203. 

Collingdon, Eleanor, 291 ; William, 291. 

Collins, Abraham, 179 ; Ann, 28, 30, 179 ; Elisa- 
beth, 282 ; Hannah, 28 ; James, 179 ; Mary, 
(!3, 171 ; Matthias, 171 ; Richard, 183 ; Sarah, 
183 ; William, 282 ; — , 52 ; Rev. —,41. 

Collinson, — , 44. 

Collinwood, Ann, 224. 

Collison, Catherine, 02 ; Mary, 138 ; Mercy, 180 ; 
Patience, 111 ; Sarah, 183; Thomas, 111. 

Collisson, Ann, 138. 

ColLson, Klisab., 113. 

CoUyer, ]\lary, 27. 

Colquhoun, Sir James, Bart., 67 ; Wilhelmina,, 
07. 



INDEX 01" NAMES. 



315 



Colquitt, Anna Colhoun, 13') ; Lt. -Colonel fiood- 

win-r, Hi.-.. 
Colton, John, i;!7 ; M.ary. l:t7. 
Colv(>rt, riiillis. <)2. 

Culvillo, llii-li Kcr, L'C.S ; I\Iii^Ml;il<.n, 'JdS. 
C.iinh.'r, ClciiuMil,, ISO; lllis.-ilicth, 110; Judith, 
22 1. 

CoiiinmiuUir, AHh, 2.Sr. ; Anne, 2H.-) ; Wilhn., 2,^r. ; 

Win., 2S.-.. 
ComjitnH, 211. 

Conipton, Elizabeth, 211. 

Comyn, Joaue, wife of Lord, 18; Lord John, 
18. 

Coney, Alicia, 28 ; Catherine, 28 ; Elisab., LVJ ; 
Elisabeth, 140, 181 ; Frances, 1S2 ; Israel, 
i:il) ; Lydia, K^!) ; William, 140, 181. 

Conne, Au<justus, 158 ; Emily, 1,")8. 

Connor, Gladys Rowena, 87. 

('onoUy, Owen. 202. 

Conquest, Dorothy, 230 ; Edmond, 250 ; Elisa- 
beth, 22.5; Emma or Emme, 251; George, 
225 ; Joane. 250 ; Sir Richard, 250. 251 ; Sarah, 
251. 

Constable, Ethel Margaret, 275 ; Marmaduke, 
275 ; Susanna, I'.l'.l. 

Constal>le of England, Walter, The, 10. 

Convent, Mary, 78. 

Cony, James, 111; Sarah. 111. 

Cook, Ann, 2!). (i5, 225 ; Anne. 27 ; Edward, 27 ; 
Sir Ed., 2(!0; Elisabeth. CI, 182; Elizabeth, 
31), 01: Isabella, 1H8 ; James. 3, (J5 ; John, 
2i» ; llobert, C.l ; Susan, :5 ; William, 1;J8. 

Cooke, Adam, 57 ; Ann, 2'.), Ill ; Anne, ."jO, 57, 
102; Sir Anthony, 20; Sr. Anthonye, 162; 
Charles, 34, 50; Charlotte, 51; Christ., 51 ; 
Christopher, 51 ; Dorothy. 4'J, 50; Ed., 48; 
Edward, 57 ; Eliz., 51 ; Elizabeth, 48, 49, 50, 
51, 57, 105; Elizth., 51 ; ffrancis, 41); Fran- 
ces. 51 ; Francis, 51 : Henrietta, 51 ; J., 48; 
.lane. 51, 57 ; John, 48. 4!», 50, 51, 5(5. 57, 815 ; 
.John (ieorge, 51 ; Louisa, 51 ; Margaret, 51 ; 
Margaretta. 51 ; Margt., 51 ; Martha, 83 ; 
Mary, 49, 51, 50, 57 ; Mildred, 20; Miss, 50; 
Mrs., 50, 51 ; Nicholas. 57 ; Rachel, 57 ; 
Rebecca, 41); Richard, 57; Robert, Claren- 
cieulx King-of- Amies, 10'.) ; Thomas, 48, 57 ; 
]{ev. Thomas, 50, 51 ; 'J'imothy, 57 ; — , 105, 
283. 

Cooper, Ann, 04, 137. 138; C. and Co., 115; 
(Caroline, S!) ; Daniel, 177; Dorothy, 112; 
lOiisabeth, 01, 05; Elislh., 110; El'iz., 28; 
[''ninci's, 221; .lemenia. 225; Justinian, 110, 
138; lUartha, 85; .Mary, 110; Susanna, 30; 
Susannah, 27, 217 ; 'I'lujuias, 30 ; William, 27, 
217; — , 177. 

Cooto. Sir I'lyre, 511, 00. 

Coj)/', 208, 20!), 215, 222, 212, 213. 

Cope, Abigail, 218, 21:1. 220 ; .Ada Amelia Fran- 
ces, 2;i7; Ada Mary lleatiice, 217 ; Ada Sophia, 
238; Agnes, 208; Albion. 215; Alexander, 
208; Alexander Arthur Richard, 237 ; Alex- 
ander Curtis, 237; Commander Alexander 
JM'.deriek, 1!.\.,238; Alcxiiuder John Hrough- 
tou, 2;i7 ; Alexander William liic.hard, 2,(7; 
Alfred, 23!» ; Alfred Xorris, 211 ; Alfred W., 
23'.) ; Algernon iHiarles Dud.l, 237 ; Alice, 
20'J, 21 1, 210, 217, 211, 28!) ; .Mice Kate, 213 ; 
Amelia, 237 ; Amelia E. Kosina, 238 ; Amelia 
Mary, 287 ; Ann, 208, 21!) ; Anna, 212, 222 ; 
Annabella, 223 ; Anne, 171, 2os, 209,210, 211, 
212, 213, 214, 215, 218, 211i, 220. 221, 222, 223, 



241. 242, 244, 281), 21)0; Anne Sophia, 214 ; 
Anthony, 20'J, 210, 214, 215, 210, 217, 21'J, 
220, 222, 223, 241; Rev, Anthony, Dean of 
Armagh, 221 ; Ivev. Aiithony, Dean of Elpliin, 
2IC>, 220; Sir Anthony, 201), 213, 211; ^ir 
Anthony, Hart., 213 ; Anthony W-iilium, 217 ; 
Ar.ibella, 222, 223 ; Lady Arabella, 223 ; Ara- 
bella Diana, 223; Arnold, 220; Arthur, 70, 
2ol, 221, 21)1 ; Arthur JIarwood, 211 ; Arthur 
Leslie, 240; Barbara, 2U8, 210, 241 ; Cai)tain 
Rarclay, 222 ; Rev. Barclay, 22t) ; Bernard, 
281) ; Bernard Langhorne, 240 ; Bernard Tho- 
mas, 240 : Bertram Harwood. 244 ; Bridget, 
210; Caroline, 237 ; Catherine. 201), 211, 212, 
215, 217, 222, 223, 237, 231); Catherine Alice, 

210 ; Catherine Anne, 223 ; Catherine Eliza- 
beth, 23'J ; Cecil Ilarwood, 211 ; Charity, 221 ; 
Charles, 212, 215, 210, 222, 223, 212, 290; Sir 
Charles, 223 ; Charles Henry, 290 ; Charles 
Kirkland, 239 ; Charles Rogers, 290 ; Charles 
Septimus, 238 ; Charles William, 239 ; Char- 
lotte, 210, 217 ; Charlotte Jane, 242 ; Daniel, 
215 ; Rev. David, 220 ; Denzil, 217 ; Sir 
Denzil, 215; Dorcas, 210 ; Dorothy, 208, 209, 
210,213.210.220; Dorothy Kate, 239 ; Down- 
ham, 219; E,, 291 ; Eaton, 222; Edith, 217, 
289 ; Edith Louise, 239 ; Edmund, 217 ; 
General Edmund Reilly, 217; Edward, 208, 

209, 212, 213, 219, 23'J. 290 ; Captain Edward, 
24 4; Rev. Edward, 244; Sir Edward, 211; 
Edward Leigh, 291 ; Edward Stephens, 290 ; 
Edwin, 239; Elborow, 209; Eleanor, 210, 
291 ; Eleanor Anne, 243 ; Elizabeth, 171, 209, 

210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 21(;, 218, 21'9, 220, 
221, 222, 238, 241, 242, 244, 289; Lady Eliza- 
beth, 214, 219 ; Elizabeth Amelia Sophia, 
237; Elizabeth Frances, 215; Ellen, 238; 
I'Hlen Jane Elsom, 237 ; I'jmily Williamson, 
291 ; Emma, 221, 222, 237, 239, 241 ; Emma 
Anne, 70; Emma Elizabeth, 208, 217, 237, 
289; Erasmus, 211, 212 ; Eryl Ilarwood, 214 ; 
I'jthel Mary Booker, 243; Eu])hemia, 219; 
Fanny Beatrice, 239 ; Fanny I'Jthel !.,ouise, 
239 ; Ferdinand, 212 ; Florence Mary Louise, 
237; Frances, 171, 209, 213, 214, 240, 290; 
l''rances Emma, 240 ; Frank Harvey, 239 ; 
F'rank Trew, 239 ; Frederick, 23!) ; Frederick 
Edward, 240; Captain Galen, 215; George, 
20!l, 210, 211, 237, 214; Rev, George, 220; 
George Albert Goring, 237 ; George Augus- 
tus, 237; IJoorge Bcirwiek. 214; George Ilar- 
wood, 211; Gerald Ilarwood, 244; Gerald 
(juiu, 239 ; Gertrude Geraldine, 239 ; Ger- 
trude Trew, 239; lladen, 211 ; Hannah, 212, 

211 ; Harriet, 237 ; llarriette jMargaret, 217 ; 
Harriot, 222; Harry Lionel, 210; Hatton, 
222; Helen, 291 ; Helen Stanley, 240 ; Hen- 
rietta Maria, 223; Henry, 214, 210, 217, 
219, 220, 221, 244, (or Coape) 244; Henry, 
M.l'., 210 ; Dr. Henry, 220 ; Henry Ed- 
ward, 237 ; Lieut. Henry Jonathan, 221 ; 
Henry 4'Jiomas, 223; Herbert, 239; Honor, 
222; Honora, 210; llo\vard Septimus, 210; 
Isabel. 213, 217 ; .lames, 212; Captain Jaiues, 
220; Rev. James, 291 ; Jane, 208, 20!i, 210, 
213, 218, 2l!i. 220, 223, 241, 243; Joan, 208, 
210; John, 171, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 
215, 210, 218, 220, 222, 237, 241, 242, 289, 2'J(), 
291 ; Captain John, 220 ; Colonel John, 211 ; 
Lieut. -General John, M,R., 24.3 ; Sir John, 
210. 211, 215, 219; John Edward, 290; John 



310 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEHALDICA, 



Hiiutenville, 1'I7; John r.aclilan, 289; John 
Mordauiit, L'ln ; J>,hii I'oikor, L'iiS ; Juhn 
William, 288; Jonas, 212; Jonathan, 2i-l, 
222, 22:( ; IJov. Jonathan, 220, 223 ; Sir Jona- 
than, Hurt., 222 ; .losdiih, 171, 21(1, 2;i(i ; 
•liKlilli, 212; .liilia, 2li| ; Julia \']vv\yn Mcl- 
h-y- -" ; Kato, 2:t!», 211; Kathurino, 211, 
212; Katio, 2:t'.» ; Cajitain Ki-ndrick, 222; 
Litmt.-Coloncl Kcmhick, 221 ; J.otitia. 221 ; 
Lettice, 21'J ; Lewis Frederic, 2-l(J ; Lilian 
Ellen, 2-lU; Lily May Rosina, 287; Lney, 
210; Blabcl Emma, 2-10; Ma(?dalen, 211 ; 
Martiraret, 208, 201», 210, 2 Hi, 211. 211, 2'JI ; 
Maria, 21(;, 217, 288, 28!(, 241, 2'Jl ; Maria 
Jane, 221 ; ]\Iarian, 211; Marianna Sopliia, 
218 ; Marianne, 217 ; Mario Louisa, 28!) ; 
JIartha, 2(Ht, 2 IS, 287. 242, 21)1 ; JIary, 208, 
210, 211, 212, 21 1, 210. 217, 218, 220. 221. 222. 
228, 287, 2(2, 218, 214, 28!), 290; Mary .Ann! 
28S, 28!) ; Mary Anne, 28'J ; Mary E. C, 21)0 ; 
Mary Elizabeth, 248 ; Mary I'Jmily, 240 : 
Mary Ethel, 210 ; Mary Greenaway, 242 ; 
Mary Kate, 28!:) ; Matthew, 2i)l ; Maude, 20y ; 
Michael, 211, 212, 241, 242; Monoux, 215; 
Morduunt Leckonby, 217; Nellie, 289 ; Noel 
Jfarwood, 244; Norah Kathleen, 239; Olive 
Gertrude Whaw, 287; Oliver. 210; Patience 
Eleanor, 242 ; Paul, 212. 241 ; Penelope, 21.->, 
244; Percy, 289; Philip, 21,5; Phillippe; 
289 ; Pha^bo Sarah, 289 ; Phyllis Barbara, 
240 ; Rachel, 220 ; Rebecca, 210 ; Khoda, 
290; Richard, 210, 212, 218, 219, 242, 211 
289; C'a])tain Richard, 244'; Rev. Richard! 
LL.D., 291 ; Rev. Sir Richard, 21,); Richard 
A. James, 287; Richard J., 2!)1 ; Robert, 171 

218, 219. 241, 289; Robert, M.P.. 221 ; (^ap- 
tain Robert, 221 ; Robert Camden, 221 ; Ro- 
bert Hautenville, 217 ; Rose Mary, 240 ; 
Rosina, 287; Ruth, 288; Rev. Samuel Wil- 
liam, 243; Sarah, 171, 212, 218. 219. 221, 242. 
248 ; Sarah Ann, 290 ; Sarah Ellen, '289 ; 
Sarah Jane, 2.88 ; Sarah Kate, 240 ; Selina 
Charlotte, Viscountess Milton, 277 ; Skellin^--- 
ton, 242 ; Soiihia, 221 ; Stanley Herbert, 210 ; 
Slephon, 208, 20!) ; Susan, 211,212, 217, 222 ; 
Susan ||' ranees Sarah, 210; Susannali, 21(i, 

217, 228; Sydney, 287; Teresa, 217; Tlieo- 
philus, 212; Thomas. 209, 210, 211, 212 2I(; 

219, 287, 288, 241, 242, 243, 289, 291 ; Th'omaJ 
Berwick, 211; Thomas Edward, 288 ; Thouias 
(ioor^-e, 24.8; Thomas Wilson, 291 ; Ursula, 

218, 214 ; Walter, 218, 219, 2S9 ; Walter,' 
Bishop of Ferns, Leighlin, and Clonfcrt. 219 ; 
Sir Walter, 218; Walter Galen, 217 ; Walter 
Henry, 240; Dr. Walter Henry, 289; Wil- 
liam, 171, 208. 209, 210, 218, 214 '>]n •>](> 
21 S, 219. 220, 221. 222. 287, 288, 289, 24]' 242' 
248, 289, 2!)(), 2l»l ; Lieut. William, 21G; Sir 
William. 208, 218, 222; William Alexander,. 
287 ; William Dodd, 287 ; Rev. William Henry, 
217; William Thomas, 288; sre alio Riddle- 
Cope. 

Copr-Skcrhrookc, 248. 

Copcland, Sarah. ,58 ; William, ,58. 

Copper, Ann, 112 ; John, 112. 

Coral, Christopher Samuel, 46 ; J. N.. 87 ; 

James Stephen, 45 ; Mary Christina. 4(1. 
Corall, Sarah, 58. 
Corbuy, Mary, 18. 

Corbowe, Martfaret, 5.8 ; Richard, 58. 
Cordwell, Mary, (12. 



Corpialepnus, Demetrius, 84. 
('orin, Margaret Saundry, 282. 
Cork, Eli.sabeth, 2S1. 
Corkoll, Anne, 1(14 ; Tliom', KM. 
('ornnchinuH, Marcus, 2(;l 

C(n-nuwall, Sir Gilbert, 7il ; Mary, 7() ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 7(i, 
Cornowallis, Anne, l(i7 ; Sir Charles, 1G7 ; Sir 

Will'in, ](;8 ; — , ](;8. 
Cornwallis, Lord, 59, (iO, IKi. 
Cossford, Mary, (U ; William, Gl. 
C:ostin}r, Mary, 80 ; Sarah, 178. 
<'osway, Maria, 259 ; Ilichard, 259. 
Cotter, Anne, 12 ; John I\L, 70. 
Cotterell, Colonel John, 141. 
(■ottiby, Elie, 248 ; Martha, 248. 
Cotton, 299. 

Cotton, Arabella. I(i8 ; .John, 290; Sidney. IfiS. 
Cottrel, Rev. Clement, (Wi ; Lucius Krederic 

Wk ' 

Couehman, Deborah, 80 ; Elisabeth, 220 ; John 

05 : Mary, 05 ; William, 22(1. ' 

Coulter, Eliz., 28 ; James, 28. 
Couns, Elisabeth, 111 ; Thomas, 111. 
Court or Courte, John, 292; Mary 118 • Tho 

292,298. , ^. . -, 

Courtenay, Hugh, Earl of Devon. 9. 
Cousens, Ada Mary, 209; Ann,' 180 ; Charles 

Baxter, 209 ; Stephen, 180. 
Cousins, Edward, Iso; Joseph, 30 ; Mary. 30. 

180; Susanna, 112. ' 

Cousmaker, Catharine Jane, 282. 
Coutes. Thomas, 178. 

Couvreu, Jean .Martin, 24!) ; J\Iarianne, 249. 
Covell, Elisabeth, 182 ; John, 182. 
Coveney, Catherine, 112; Mary, 110; Timothy, 

Coveny, Anne, 02; Hannah, 183; John, 183; 

Thomas, 02. 
Cowan, Mary Elisabeth, 156 ; WiUiam, LL.D.. 

150. 
Cowen, Sarah, 180 ; William, 180. 
Gowning, Elisab., 18!). 
Cowper, Anna, Countess, 100, 108 ; Francis Leo- 

I)ol(l, lOarl, 108; Geor^re Na.ssau Clavorinir. 

Earl, 108; Rev.—, 290. 
Cowper or Cooper, James. 208 ; Mary, 203 ; 

Richard, 208 ; Thomas, 208. 
Cox, 100. 
Cox, Edward, 187 ; Jane, 187 ; Johannem, 99; 

John, 100; Joseph, loo ; Josepho, 99; ftlr., 

88 ; Mrs., 38 ; Sarah, 187 ; Thomas, 99, 100. 
Craddock, Frances, 08 ; Richard, 08. 
Cradock, Frances, HI ; George, 224; Judith. 

224. 
Cramer, Tho., 180. 
Cranston, Agnes Sinclair, 119; Alexander, 119; 

Alexander John, 119. 
Crasey, William, 71. 
Crawley, Agnes, 140. 
Creasy, Matilda, 47. 
Ci-espigny, P., 79. 

Crestfield, Mary, 141 ; William, 141. 
Creswell, Frances. 158; — , 158. 
Crew, Samuel. 20 ; Sarah, 20. 
Crcwy.t, 209. 

Crewys, Jane, 209, 218 ; Mathew, 209. 213. 
t!rick, Mary, 112. 
(h-ips, Elisabeth. 1 10. 
Crislield, Hannah, 180. 
Crisp, Elisabeth, 80; Sarah, 127. 



ii; 



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Index of navies. 



^n 



Crispe, Ann, 13, 28; Anne, 13; Charles Duke, 

U ; Henrietta Lucy, 13; Henry, 13. Ill; 

James Duke, 13 ; John, 13 ; Lydia, 111 ; Mary, 

2'2(; ; Tliomas, 28 ; William, I'id. 
Croach, liarnct, 131) ; Martha, 131). 
Crui'ts, Jane, 137. 
Crokat, K. A., 08 ; Emma Christiana, (IS ; Helen, 

(i8 ; Peter, 68 ; Thomas, (;<s. 
Cnmibir, 2,"»l). 

Crombie, llev. Alexander, LL.D.. K.ll.S., 2.->i). 
Cromp. Mary, 141. 
Cromwdl, l.-)0. 
Cromwell, Elizabeth, l.'iO ; Maud, 150; Ralph, 

Lord Cromwell, 150. 
Cronech, Custain, 302. 
Cronk, Sarah, ll'J ; William, 111). 
Crook, Sarah, 203. 
Cros (tlias La Nove, John, 190. 
Crosfield, Edward Wilson, ir^!)-; Sophia, 159. 
Cross, Hon. J. E., Viscount, 244. 
Crosse, John, 199. 
Croucher, Ann, 225 ; Hanna, 110 ; Hannah, 62 ; 

John, 110 ; Sarah, 220. 
Croushar, Mary, 182. 
Crow or Crowe, Ann, (il ; Edward. 144 ; Ethel- 

dra, 144 ; Etheldreda, 144 ; William, 61. 
Crowhurst, John, 139 ; Mary, 139. 
Crownajie, Martha, 110. 
Cro.xen, John, 131 ; IMary, 131. 
(VuLshnnk, 299. 

Cruishank, James, 299 ; Mary, 299. 
Crump, John, 110; Sarah, 110. 
Crumwell, — , 105. 
Crutchley, Anne, 284. 
Cruttall, Elisabeth, 65. 
Cruttenden, Sarah, 29. 
Culham, James, 71. 
Cullon, ludith Anna, 35 ; ludith Wynne, 35 ; 

Patrick, 35. 
Cullin, Martha, 140; Thomas, 140. 
CuUum, Hannah, 82 ; Jeremiah, 82 ; Sarah, 82 ; 

Susannah, 82 ; set tiLfo Milner-Gibson-Cullum. 
Cumberland, Chas., 66 ; l^enelope Susanna, 66. 
Cumlyn or Cumlin, Elizabeth, 201 ; Huy^h, 204 ; 

Mary, 204 ; Sarah, 2i)4 ; Silas, 204. 
('ummin.s. Mary, 62. 
Curtcis, Mary, 181. 

(Uirtis, Elizabeth Ann, 59 ; James, 59 ; — , 272. 
Cutbush, Ann, 183; Charles, 139; Elisabeth, 

(il ; Hannah, 139; James, 113; Jane, 113; 

John, (il ; iMarpu-et, 111 ; Mary, 140; Rich- 
ard, 112; Robert, 111 ; Sarah. 112; Thomas, 

140. 
Cutter, Alice, 3 ; John, 3. 
Cyveliock, Hugh. 150; Mabilla, 150. 



D'Alblni, 150. 

D'Albini, Amabill or Anabilia, 150; William, 

150. 
D'Aranda or D'Arande, Rev. Elias, 15; Rev. 

Elias I'aul, 15; Eli/.abeth, 15; Mary, 15; 

Paul, 15. 
D'Arcy, Catherine, 232. 
If .\ iihi'/ni/, 45. 

D'Aubii^ny, PliiJij), Baron of Kn;>land, 44. 
D'Ksterre, Catherine. 69; Norcutt, 69. 
D'Herwarth, Louise Si,bine, 2 27. 
Dabbs, .Mary, 62. 



Daberou or Dauberon, John, 203 ; Mary, 203 ; 

Sarah, 202. 
Dade, Mrs., 178. 

Dadson, Ann, 111 ; Elisabeth, 113. 
Daisy, Maiy, 224. 
Dallen, Mary, 281. 
Dalton, Elizabeth, )45 ; Dr. Georj^e, 40 ; Miohl., 

202. 
Damer, Joseph, 1st Earl of Dorchester, 249 ; 

Hon. Lionel. 249 ; Williamza, 249. 
Dan, James, 141 ; Margaret, 141. 
Danhy, 2S(). 
Danby, Catherine, 280 ; Christopher, 280 ; Earl 

of (.v<r Duke of Leeds), 1 ^nd pi., 2. 
Dandee, — , 162. 
Dandridge, J., 284. 
Danes. Ann, 180 ; Elisabeth, 179, 183 ; William, 

183. 
Daniel, Mary, 61, 200, 202, 235; Robert, 61; 

Sarah, 140. 
Dann, Anne, 182. 
Daiisey, Caroline Julia, 34 ; Major Charles 

Cornwallis, 299 ; Rt. Hon. Ladie Douglas, 

283 ; Edward, 34 ; Isabella, 34 ; Mary, 299 ; 

Roger, 283 ; Captain William, 283. 
Dansie, Miriam, 43 ; Richard, 43. 
Dani-crA, 1. 
Danvers, Earl of, 1, 2; Eleanor, 1 ; Elizabeth, 

1 ; Sir John, 1. 
Darbeo, James, 294; Thorn., 292; Thomas, 294. 
Darby, Catherine, 194 ; Elizabeth, 24(5 ; Robert, 

246 ; Robti., 246 ; Thomas, 248 ; William, 

194. 
Dartley, Rev. Mr., 296. 
IJd.f/iwood, 222. 

Dashwood, Anne, 222 ; Sir Robert, Bart., 222. 
Daubeney. W., 44. 

Dauers or Danuers, Anne, Ladie, 19 ; Lord, 19. 
Dauis, Elizabeth, 20 ; John, 20 ; Lewes, 20. 
Daukes, Alice, 292. 
Dauley, Mary, 203. 
•Dauling, (irace, 113. 
Dauncie, — , 19. 
Davenport, Daniel, 183; Hannah, 56; Hum- 

frey, 56 ; Susanna, 183. 
Davey, Hammond, 71 ; \Villiam, 71. 
Davidson, Duncan, M.P., 99. 
Davios. llanah, 174 ; Mary Ann, 239 ; Thomas, 

174; —230. 
Davillers(Dauillers), Bartholomew, 160; Isabell, 

ICO. 
Davis, .\nn, 183 ; Anne, 50 ; Cecil T., 12, 38, 89, 

118, 143, 15(i, 170, 2(J2, 233, 250, 281 ; Dorothy, 

50 ; Edward, 183 ; Elizabeth, 50 ; Hannah, 

110 ; Harriott, 50 ; John. 180 ; L., 230 ; 

Martha, 50; Mary, 63, 226; Mercy, 180; 

Rev. Owen, 50 ; I'hillis, 92 ; R., 230 ; Rich- 
ard, 226; Sarah, 30; Susanna, 182; Thomas, 
^ 92 ; Thomas Lewis Owen, 50 ; William. 30, 

63 ; — , 291. 
Davison, Henry, 122; Rebecca, 122. 
Daviss, Ann, 194. 

Davy, Anne Blanche, 268 ; George Thomas, 208. 
Davyes, Anne, 172. 
Davys, Johannes, 246. 
Daw, Ann, 182; Elisabeth. 110; Mary, 182; 

Sarah, 65. 
Dawndye, Eli/.abeth, Kw; — , 167. 
Dawson, Dorothy, 190 ; Elisabeth, 62; Major 

George, 190; Hannah, 179; Isaac, 179; 

Joseph, 62 ; Mary, 137, 179 ; Thomas, 137. 



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MISCELLANEA GlBNEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



Dawson, Bensley, and Cooke, 2r)2. 

Day. Ann, 2(i ; Anne, 108. 182; Benjamin, 182, 

269; David, 181 ; Elisab., 113 ; Elisabeth. 2!), 

182, 18H; Eliz., 28; Elizth., 108; Geo., 108; 

(5eor|,''e, 108 ; John, 108 ; Jonathan, 2S ; Julia 

JIary, 2ii".i ; KaLherine, 212; Leticia. 108; 

Margaret, 108; Mary, 2t), (i3, G4, 181, 2:M ; 

Richard, 108; Roger, 108; Sarah, 171); Sus- 
anna, 18;^; Thomas, 108, 212; William, 21), 

(5-1, 108. 
De Albineto (four sprlluifjs), Nicholas, 4") ; 

Odinevelliis, 4") ; Philip, 44 ; Philippus, 4."> ; 

William, 45. 
De Avbingni. Philippvs, 44 and ^>Z. 
De Haladon. Beatrix, 1(5 ; Drue or True, Duke 

of Baladon. \C, : l']m'am, 1(J ; Hamlett, Iti ; 

Luce, 115; Wyuebald, 1(! ; Wyonett, Ki. 
De Beauchamp, liiehard, Karl of Warwick, 2Ct'^. 
De Button, AgnesJ 53 ; John, 53 ; Katherina, 53 ; 

William, 53. 
De Bocland, John, 11. ' 
De Bonnefoy, Judith, 248. 
De Houverie or Fawtre, Ann, 227 ; Jane, 227 ; 

William, 227. 
D(; Brijan, 1(15. 
be Bryan, Alice, ir,5 ; Elizabeth, 1(;5 ; Sir Guy, 

1(55. 
T)c Huri-H, 1(11. 

X'^ii Huer.s diul Do Hures, sec Buers. 
Do Buivoro, William, it. 
])■ JJ„n:.s, 1(;5. 
De Buterlegh, Brian, 8. 
De Butts, Henry, 100. 
De Caufour, Jane, 13'J. 
De Chylmelegh. Nicolus, 11. 
De Clare, Ro-er, !). 
De Clifton, Emme, 150; Roger, 150. 
De Esse, Joanna, 7 ; Mathew, 7. 
De ITarmer, llillarye, 1(54 ; Sr. John, 1(>4. 
J)t: Fiirnidv.r, \). 
De Eurneaux and De Furnellis, see Fur- 

neaux. 
Be FurneUit, 8. 

De Glanville. Chief Justice Ranulph, 9. 
De Gulden. Henry, 10. 
De Haidon, Henry, 7, 1 1 ; Muriel, 7, 11. 
De Hanewode, John, 53 ; Jlabilla, 53. 
De Haye. Marye, 302. 
De Hourdin, Dauid, 302. 
Do Joncourt. .Vnne, 77. 80; JIadelaine, SO. 
Do Konlelishoarc, Horn', ii ; Will.. !i. 
Do l.acy, Catherine, 70 : Uev. Archdeacon Tlioni., 

70. 
De i\Iewry, Richard, 11. 
De Montgomery, Roger, 52. 
De Mountchency, Warren, Ki. 
De Muschey, Gland. 185 ; Glond, 185. 
De Ondeslowe (Onslow), John, 52 ; Richard, 52 ; 

Robert, 52 ; itoger, 52 ; Uogcrus, 52 ; Thomas, 

52 ; AVarin, 52, 53 ; Warinus, 52, 53 ; Williaui, 

52. 
De Riuiere, Abraham, 302. 
De Rivers, Baldwin, Earl of Devon, 8 ; Baldwin, 

Karl of Exeter, 8 ; Baldwini, 8 ; Ricardi, 8 ; 

Richiird, 8. 
Be Jtoijdon, 1(>I. 

IV Koydon. .Mice. 1(51 ; Sr. Rob't, 1(51. 
Do Saunicres (do i'liorniitage"), Frances, 2i;t; 

ftlarie, 21'J; Rcni:;, 21',). 
De Somerie, Margret, 259 ; Roger, Barro' of 

Dudley, 259. 



De Sutton, Alice, 104; John, 259; Sir John, 
1(54 ; Margret, 259. 

De Ulraenstein, Ernestine, 99. 

De Ulmstein. Major-General Baron lohn Wil- 
liam, 99. 

De Valencinis, Toh's, 45 and pi. 

De Vallence, Aymer, Earle of Pembroke. 18 ; 
Isabell, 18; Joane, 18; William, Earle of 
Pembroke, l(j, 18. 

De Wynston. see Wynston. 

Deal, Elisab.', 139; Thomas. 139. 

Dean, Elisabeth, (53 ; Joseph, (53. 

Deane, Catherine, 209 ; Henry. 209. 

Deeper, Dorothy, 179; John, 179. 

Deer, William, 2. 

Degan or Degen, Charles l^'urlong, 102 ; Eliza- 
beth Holwell, 102 ; Elizabeth Vassall, 102. 

De la Moore, Alatilda, 7 ; William, 7. 

De la I'riraaudaye, Marie, 249 ; Captain Peter, 
249. 

De la Riie, Charles Granet, 120 ; Madam, 120. 

Delacourt, D., 79. 

Delaforce, Jacob, 78 ; Mary, 78. 

Delap, Catherine, 13(5 ; Henrietta Jemima, 136 ; 
William Drummond, 13(i. 

Delaune, Dr., 49 ; Wm., 48. 

Denison, Mary, 178 ; Rev. — , 50. 

Denman, ]<]mma, 274 ; Hon. Richard, 274 ; Tho- 
mas, Ist Lord, 274. 

Dennot, Mary, 28. 

Dennett, Henry, 30 ; Mary, 30. 

Dennis, Ann, 29 ; George, 29 ; Grace, 224 ; 
Sarah, 179; Thomas, 179. 

Derby, Earl of, 187 ; — , 78. 

Derwent, Kusebius, 120; Herbert Hanson, 120 ; 
Mary, 120. 

Descarrieres {neveti different renderinf/s are given 
of the n/ime), Abraham, 77, 80, 151 ; Abraham 
John, 80; Adrian, 77; Ann, 78, 79; Anne, 
151 ; Charlotte, 151 ; Daniel, 151 ; David, 77, 

78, 79, 80, 151 ; Elizabeth, 77, 80; Elizabeth 
Susan, 77 ; Esther, 77, 79, 151, 227 ; James, 
77, 80 ; Jean, 77, 78, 80 ; John, 77, 78, 79, 151, 
227; Marie, 151; Martha, 80; Mary, 77, 78, 

79, 80 ; Nancy, 79 ; Peter, 77, 78 ; Pierre, 80 ; 
Rachel, 77, 151 ; Samson, 77 ; Sarah, 80 ; 
Simon, 77, 78. 

Desert, John, Lord, 300. 

Dethick, Henry, Rouge Croyx, 189. 

Devaynes, Mr.^ 98 ; Mrs., 98. 

Devon, Baldwin de Rivers, Earl of, 8 ; Hugh 

Courtenay, Karl of, 9. 
Devonshire, William, 7th Duke of, K.G,, 278. 
Dewen, Ann, 230. 
Diaper, James, 138 ; Susan, 138. 
Dicason, Maria. 32 ; Tommaso, 32. 
Direr, 189. 
Dicer or Dycer, Dorothy, 189 ; Elizabeth, 189; 

Robert, 189 ; Sir Robert, BarD., 189 ; William, 

1 89. 
Dichefilde, Philippa, 54 ; Thomas, 54. 
Dickenson, Jane, 22(» ; Dr. Joseph, 47 ; Mary, 

47 ; Samuel, 22(5. 
Dicker, Mary, 38 ; Thomas, 38. 
Dickons, Alice, 20 ; Sr. John, 20. 
Dickson or Decarier, Mary, 80. 
Digby, Anne, 213; George, 2(51 ; Sir Kenelra, 

213. 
Dilworth, Anna, 247 ; Johis., 247. 
Dimond, Mercy, 225. 
Dinham (.' Vinham (•;• Durham), Agnes, 129. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



310 



Diple, Ellenor, 2<J2 ; William. 2;)2. 

Dipplo, Lsibolla, 2112 ; Willuii., 2;)2. 

Dipro^^c, .luhii, 22(1 ; Koliecca. 22(>. 

hismy, I'llizabcLh, il'J ; JMoore, '.HI. 

Disoii, Al.'xamlri. 2i)2 ; Anna, 2'.t:{, 21),"); ICli/.a- 
lictha, 2!t2 ; I'lllcnor. 2'.)2 ; liinricuH, 2'.i:! ; 
Jano, 2'.M ; .lohan', 2'.ir, ; i\larf,'aroL. 2'.);{ ; Miir- 
t^areta, 2'J2 ; JSu.san, 21)2 : 'I'ho., 2'.)2, 2'J',i, 2'.)o ; 
Thoin., 21)2 ; 'rhonian, 21i;i, 2y I, 2t)."j. 

Disraeli, IMr. (afterwards lOarl of Beaconsfield), 
],S7. 

Dixon, Charles, 282 ; Elisabeth, 282 : Elizabeth, 
IIU ; JIajor-General Geo., i>l ; John, ni, i;J!», 
182; Mary, 51, 13!), 182; Mrs., 51; Uichard, 
2S2 ; William, HI). 

Dobbins, Eli/.abeth, 200, 201 ; Richard, 200, 201 ; 
— , 200. 

Dobell, A<rnes, 7, 11 ; llichard, 7. 11. 

Dobson, Christopher, 23() ; Isabella, 2;i6 ; Mary, 
2:i() ; Sarah, 2;{t; ; William, 12. 

Dodd, David, (iS ; Maryarot, 110;~ Mary, G3 ; 
Robert, 110. 

DodwelL — , 250. 

Doe, Ann, 225 ; Isaac, 225. 

Doile. ft'ranuces, KIK; Sir Rob't, 1(;:J. 

Dolley ('/• Dolly, Audrey, 14; llichard, 14 ; Wil- 
liam, 14. 

Don, Thomas, 198. 

Donall, Ann Matilda, 32 ; Eli/.abeth, 82 ; James, 

Donne, Dr., Dean of St. Paul's, 155. 

Doolan, Mary, 221 ; Colonel Richard, 221. 

Dorolu-.stn-, Jl/injiih of, 1011. 

Dorchester, Henry (Fierrepont), Marque.ss of, 

101) ; Joseph, Earl of, 241). 
Dorraan. Isabella. 272 ; John, 02 ; Mary, (52 ; 

William. 272. 
Dornham, Thom;ii, (il). 

Dorring-ton, Edward Waldo, 182 ; Elisabeth, 182. 
/),>r.'ii:t, Ditkr of, 223. 
Dorset, Arabella Diana, Duchesa of, 223 ; Duke 

of, 223. 
Doug-hty, Edward, 121. 
Douglas, Dunbari, 33 ; Mrs. E. B., 135 ; Johannes 

Daar, 33 : Sir Robert, 133. 
Douserb, Joinest, 302. 
Dove, Elisab., Ill ; Elisabeth, 180, 181 ; Jane, 

28 ; Michael, 28, 111 ; Sarah, 226. 
Dow, Grace, 70, 71. 
Dowker, Ann, 2G5 ; Robert, 265. 
Dowlc, Richard, 21)3 ; Thomas, 21)3. 
Dowley, Hannah, 183. 
Dowling:, James, 180; Mary, 180. 
Dowly. lOllenor, 2IG. 
Down, Anne. (13 ; Charles, 225 ; Elisabeth, 183 ; 

Eliz.,27; Jane, 28 ; Mary, 225 ; Priscilla, 26 ; 

Sarah, 141. 
Downcs, John, 186; Martha, 186 ; Sarah, 235. 
J)o/rii/iaiii, 218. 
Downliam, Kli.snbeth, 27 ; Rev. James, Dean of 

Arnuigh, 218; Jane, 218; Sarali. 26 ; Thomas, 

27. 
Downs, Mary, 65. 
Dowse, Thomas, 1)3. 
Dowsett, Deborah, 202. 
Boyh-!/, 213. 
Doyley, Sir Cope, 213 ; John, 213 ; Ursula, 

213. 
Drake, Charles Frederick Tyrwhitt, 88 ; Michael. 

i»4. 
JJr(ii>cr, 161), 



Draper, IClizabeth, 250; Henry, 169; Robert, 

250, 251. 
Drawbridge, Frances, 63; Mary, 112; Thomas, 

63, 112. 
Drayoott, Eydia, 58. 
Druylon, I'llisiilKitli, 30, 

Drewe, Hov. I^dward, 101 ; Francis, 101 ; Louisa 
Jane, 101. 

Driver, Anne, 235 ; Charles, 235 ; Charlwood, 
235 ; Jlary, 21), 235 ; Richard, 29 ; Samuel, 
235 ; Thomas, 235 ; William, 235. 

Druiy, Anne, 163; Elisabeth, 27; Jane, 229; 
Sir Rob't, lti3 ; — , 160, 250. 

Dnjhij, 150. 

Dryby, Alice, 150 ; Jane, 150 ; Sir John, 150. 

Dry dm, 210. 

Dryden, Elizabeth, 210 ; John, 210. 

Dubbins, Ann, 183. 

Ducarel. Catharine Jane Hyde, 32 ; Christiana, 
32 : Philip ,)ohn, 32. 

Duck, John, 111 ; Susan, 111. 

Dudgeon, Mary, 174. 

Dudley (Dudly or Duddeley), Alice, 260 ; Rt. 
Hon. Alice. 283; Lady Alice. Dutchess of 
Dudley, 261, 262 ; Rt. Hon. Alice, Duchess 
Dudley, 283; Aliza, 263; Ambrose (after- 
wards Earl of Warwick), 260 ; Andrew, 259 ; 
Sir Andrew. 259; Ann, 260; Rt. Hon. Lady 
Anne, 283 ; Charles, 260, 261 ; Lady Douglas, 
260. 261 ; Rt. Hon. Douglas, 283 ; Edmond, 
259 ; Frances, 261, 263 ; Rt. Hon. Lady Fran- 
ces, 283 ; Guilford (husband of Lady Jane 
Grey), 259 ; Henry, 260 ; Jerome, 259 ; John, 
259 ; John, Lord, 259 ; Sir John, Lord Ad- 
miral and Eari of Warwick, 259 ; Rt. Hon. 
Katharine or Katherine, 261, 283; Lady 
Letice, 2(i0 ; Robert (afterwards Earl of Les- 
ter). 2(;o ; Robin, 260 ; Sir Rob't, 260. 261, 
262. 

Dngdalo, — , 8, 9, 153. 

Duggan, Jane, 179. 

Duke, Mary, 62 ; Rev. R. E. H., 284 ; Samuel, 
62. 

Dumvell, Frances, 202 ; Richard, 202. 

Dunbar, Diana, 90 ; Dorothy, 90 ; Elizabeth, 
90; Hugh, 1)0; Jane, 1)0 ; 'jenny, 90; John, 
90 ; Mary, 90 ; Richard, 90 ; .Samuel, 90 ; 
Sarah, 1)0 ; William, 90. 

Duncan, Corporal James, 88 ; James Grant, 
303. 

Duncomb, Ann, fi3 ; Thomas, 63. 

Diutcomhr, 243. 

Duncombe, Anthony, 243; Charles, Lord Fever- 
sham, 243 ; Jane, 243. 

Duncon, Robert, 73. 

Dunham, — , 199. 

Dunk, Edward, 140; Hannah, 180; Mary, 140. 

Dunkin, ,lane. (■)5 ; Robert, 65. 

Dunn, Edward, 28 ; IL, (16 ; Mary, 28 ; Wil- 
lie! iriina Wallner, C)C>. 

Dunnett, Count, 31 ; Fanny Julia Jennings, 31. 

Dunnill, Thomas. 158. 

Dunning. John, 108; Margarett, 108. 

Dupund, Estlier, 77, 151. 

Dupree, Kliz., 195. 

Dupsloe, Catherine, 203 ; James, 203. 

Durham, John George, 1st Earl of, 278 ;' Lady 
Louisa Elizabeth, Countess of, 278. 

Duroure, Colonel, 274 ; Mary, 274. 

Durrant, Martha, J40 ; Nicholas, 140; Samuel, 
302. 



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MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIEllALDICA. 



Durtnall, ]\rarv. L'24, 225 ; Moses, 221. 
Dyur, Joliii. 121. 

Dyer, Elizabeth, 2'J ; Francis, 2'J. 
Dyiien, Elizabeth, 2(1 ; Mary, 181. 
Dynham, Sir .loliu, 1 1. 
Uynsley, Elizabeth, 175. 
Dyson, Elizab., 217; Maria, 240; Kobti., 
Tho., 247. 



Eadon, Anna Maria, 278 ; Major Frank Henry, 
273 ; ]Ienry, 27:i. 

Eagles, Ann, 27 ; William, 27. 

Eanies, Sarah, I'JI, 

Earle, Geory:ina, 274 ; Sir Hardman, Bart., 274. 

Eason, John, 138: Mary, 138; Kosamond, 137. 

East, Elisabeth. 140. 

Eastland, Ann, 05, 112. 182; Isabella, I'iS ; 
Jane, 137; Luey, 183; Susanna, 140; Wil- 
liam, 112. 

Easton, Marp^aret, 182. 

Eastwood. Kli.sabeth, (il. 

Eath, Ann. 180: John, 180. 

Eaton, Rich., 21)5 ; liichard, 2ii5. 

Ebbs, Mary, 20. 

Eccleston, John, 38 ; Mrs., 38. 

Eckinj^ton, Jane, 20. 

Edes. John. 2Sti. 294; Marjraret, 28(5; Mary, 
182 ; Raphael, 2!J4. 

Ed-ToU, Ann. 137; Humphrey, 137. 

Kd-ley, Jane. 3,s ; l!ev. Saml.. li, 13, 14, 15, 38, 
144,' 170, 202, 203, 233. 281. 

Edinbury:h, Hishop of, 75. 

Edman, Alexander, 30 ; Ann, 30. 

Edmonds, Elisabeth. 235 ; Elizabeth, 2;!6 ; 
Ezekiel, 23(; ; Judith, 141 ; Martha, 27. 

Edmondson, — , 2. 

Edmunds nr Edmonds, Anne, 145; Elisabeth, 
145; Elizabeth, 145; Ezekiel, 145; Jane, 
145 ; John. 14.5. 

Edward I., King- of England, 70. 

Edward IL, King of England, 100. 

Edward IV., King of England, 11. 

Edward VI., King of England, 251). 

Julivarch, 10'.) pi. 

Edwards, Ann, 179, 225 ; Edward, 181 ; Elisa- 
beth, 181; Elizabeth, .50; George, 27, 225; 
Hellen, 104; Hester, 14U; Jane, 27; John, 
104, 140; Jonathan, M.D., 50; Katlierine, 3. 

Effingham (tiovernor), Lord, 204. 

Egger, Elisabetli. 110; AVilliam, 110. 

Egioke, Francis, 294 ; Sr. Francis, 294. 

Ekins, Elisabeth, 224. 

Elay, Sarah, 224. 

Eldred, 0. E., 187; Mr., 304. 

Elfred, George, 58 ; Rebecca, 58. 

Elizabeth, Quecm of England, 251, 

Ellet, Eli.sal)eth, 220 ; William. 220. 

Ellete, Hon., 293 ; llenricus, 2!»3 ; Tabitha, 293. 

Eilets, lienrici, 295 ; John, 291 ; Ursjila, 295. 

l<;ilett, Ann, 225 ; Edward, 225 ; Elisabeth, 30. 

Ellington, Anne, 142; Hannah, 140; John, 
142; Rachel, 142; Rebeccah, 142; Thomas, 
142. 

Ellins, Alice, 292 ; Alicia, 247 ; Anchor (?), 294 ; 
Anthon., 295 ; Ileiir., 248 ; llu'fridi, 247 ; Jo- 
anna, 247 ; John, 292 ; .Indith, 295 ; Margaret, 
294 ; Mr., 178 ; Tho., 247 ; Willmua., 295. 

Ill Hot, 221. 



Elliot, Joseph, 28; Martha, 112; Mary, 221; 
Rebecca, 28 ; Samuel, 221. 

Ellis, Ann, 04 ; Dorothy Korster, 88 ; Edward, 
113; Elisabeth, 179: Frank T., 88; Jano, 

• 113; Mary, 12, 02; Temperance, 225; Tho- 
mas, 225 ; William, 93, 94 ; ((//• EUys), Sir 
William, Rart., 95. 

Ellitt, Mary, 02 ; Thomas, 02. 

Eliot, Esabeth. 2. 

Elmeet (.' Edmet), Elisabeth, 03. 

Elmer, KW). 

Elmer, John, 100. 

Elmley, Viscount, ace Beauchamp (Earl of). 

Elmonds, Joyce, 294. 

Elphe, Dorothy, 138; William, 138. 

Eljdiinatone, Amelia, 97 ; Clementina, 255 ; 
Captain John, 97 ; Hon. William FuUerton, 
255. 

Elrington, Edward, 100 ; Jane, 100 ; — , lOG. 

El well, Frances, 15. 

Emberton, Sarah, 202 ; Thomas, 202. 

l']mes, Elisabeth, 05 ; Israel, ()5. 

Emilie, Elizabeth, 15; Frances, 15; Francis, 
15 ; John, 15. 

Emmerton or limberton, Elizabeth, 233 ; Tho- 
mas, 233. 

Emmett or Emmet, Charles, 144; Susan, 144; 
Susannah, 144 ; — , 191. 

Empsall, Anne, 290. 

E^mpso', Rich., 259. 

Empnoii, 215. 

Eiuiland, 17, 19, im pi. 

English, Elizabeth, 01 ; William, 01. 

Erskine, John. 4th Lord, 270 ; Hon. Margaret 
Catherine, 270. 

Erwin, Alexander, 90 ; (jiUas Bury), Jane, 90. 

Eskridge, Major, 188. 

Esse, see De Esse. 

Essex, Letice, Countess of, 260 ; Walter, Earl of, 
200. 

Essington, Anne, 14 ; Catherine, 14 ; Clapham- 
son, 14 ; Elizabeth, 14 ; Henrietta, 14 ; John, 
14 ; Margaret, 14 ; Mary, 14 ; Sarah, 14 ; Sus- 
anna, 14 : Thomas, 14. 

Est court, 214. 

Estcourt, Elizabeth, 214 ; Thomas, 214. 

Esterre, -see D'Esterre. 

Estin. Mrs., 58. 

Etmeal, Judith, 03. 

LYtoa.2, 151. 

Eustachius, St., 115. 

Evans, Ann, 271 ; John, 271 ; Katharine, 271. 

Evelyn (Evelin or Eavlyn), Aaron, 91 ; Eliza- 
beth, 91 ; Captain George, 303; John, 303; 
Jloses, 91 ; Robert, 303 ; William, 91 ; — , 283 ; 
ice also Shuckburgh-Evelyn. 

Evenden, EJlisabeth, 181 ; Mary, 140 ; Sarah, 05. 

l']veque, sec L'Eveque. 

Errraril, 149. 

Evered (Ehierard, Euered, Everard, or Everett), 
Ambrose, 0, SI ; Anne, 43, 81, fs2 ; Audre, 81 ; 
Dorothy, 119; Elizabeth, 4,3; Frances, 149; 
Frederick William, 43 ; George, 43, 81, 82 ; 
John, 81, 82; Joseph, 43 ; Margaret, 81 ; Mar- 
gery, 81 ; Martha, 0, 81 ; Mary, 81, 82, 149.; 
Miriam, 43; Mr., 43; Richard, 82, 149; Ro., 
81 ; Robert. 81 ; Rose, 81 ; Sara, 81 ; Thomas, 
81. 

Everest,' Daniel, 140; Elisab., 140. 

lOvernden, James, 1 10, 181 ; Margaret, 27 ; Mary, 
20, 110, 181 ; Sarah, 28. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



321 



Kvcnicf,, Afary, (J,") ; Tliomas, (i,".. 

Kwald. Ui-v. !■'. ('., Hi ; .Mary Ami. IC 

A'lraii, -JIT. 

Kwuit, I'Alitli, 217 ; James Keir, L'17. 

Exotrr, lial.lwiii, Karl ol', S; l^arUioL, liif-hop 
of, s ; U,ih(.|-t, llishoi) of, ,s. 

Eyie, Aiitlioiiy, !)8 ; LiL'Ut.-Coloiu;! Anthony 
llaniolph, ilS ; Charlotte, 207 ; Ven. Arch- 
deacon John, 2(;7 ; Judith Letitia, i)8. 

Eyres, Anno, 2S."), 2S8 ; Rev. Christopher. (!) ; 
.Mrs.. 2SI. 



Faber, Kli/.a Sophia, 58 ; Rev. G. S., 58. 
Fairfax, Elizabeth. 5(i ; William, 5(i. 
/V///7/V, 2.V.). 
Fairlio, Isabella I,ouisa, 255 ; Isaljella Mary, 255 ; 

John, 255 ; ,lohn Canterbury', 255 ; Louisa, 

255 ; iMart,'aret, 25!) ; William, 25'.). 
Fairwind, Henry. 17!) ; I\Iary, 17!). 
Ealconer. Caroline, (IS; Uii-h, CkS ; John, C,S ; 

Mary, M. 
Kalkiier, Klis., d;} ; Henry, (ll!. 
l-'alsberry, Kli'sabeth, 01." 
Faucet, Eli/,., 28. 
Fane. Lady Elizabeth, 214, 21!); — , Earl of 

Westmorland, 211, 211). 
Faushawe, Anne. 105; Dorothy, 105; Henry, 

105 ; Susan, 105. 
Farley, I'^lisabelh, (15, 1 10 ; Mary. Cr.i ; Sarah, (M ; 

Thomas. 1 10. 
Farly, Bennet, 171). 
Farmau, Mrs., 284. 

Farnaby, Rev. Sir Charles, Bart., 51 ; Lady, 51. 
Farnham. Ann, 17!); Mary. 181; Richard, 17!t, 

181. 
Farrant. — , 101, 107, 1!)0. 
Farre, Anna, 218 ; Willi., 248. 
FaVrcn, Elisabeth, 282 ; William, 282. 
l'\irrint;ton, Anne, 177 ; Edmund, 177; Eliza- 
beth, 177; John, 177; Sarah, 177; William, 

177. 
Farrow, I'Ui/.abetli, 82 ; John Ray, 82. 
Falher.s. Flisalieth, :iO, 
Faulkner, Eli.sabeth, 18:i ; Eliz., 27 ; Elizabeth 

Susannah, lili ; .fohu, 27. 
Feakens, Sarah, (i5 ; Thomas, (15. 
Feakins, Hester, 111. 
Feallierstom\ Aun, 27 ; John, 22(1 ; Mary, 22t) ; 

Sarali, 110. 
Feaver, Lydia, \'MK 
Feild, Elisab., 1:51). 
Feilds, Sarah, 15. 
FeLsted, .Margaret Mary, :52. 
Fenelon, Ellen, 2:58. 
Fenu, Robert, (ilJ ; Sarah, 6:$. 
Fennel. Anna Maria, 205 ; Charles, 205. 
Fenner. !•' ranees, 225 ; — , Ui5. 
Fcnipich, 150. 

Ferdinand II., Emperor of Germany, DD. 2(Jl.* 
IVrmour, 211. 

Fernuiur, Anno, 214, 222 ; Sir Hatton, 211, 222. 
Feme, Rev. — , 50. 
Ferral, Mary, 1 12. 
Ferreber, Elisabeth, 141. 
Ffvrcrx, Huron, \0\) pi. 
Ferrers, Robert (Shirley), Earl, 101). 
Ferrie, lohn, 102; Robert, 102. . 
Ferrill, Ann, 18;{. 

VOL. IV., SERIES 111. 



Ferri.s, Martha, 21» ; Thonuis. 2!). 

Ferry. KlisaheLh, 22(> ; John, 22(;. 

I'Vtherstone, Damari-s, 2!); Susanna, IIIJ, 111. 

F,/ti//h(ri\ 2011. , 

Fetti|>laee, Catherine, 2011. 

Feux, Flizabeth, ;!02 ; TIiouuih, .102. 

Fcversham, Lcjrd, 2r.i. 

Few, lOlizabeth, 21);!. 

Fewson, Ann, 225. , . , 

ffarmer, .svc De ifarmer. 

tfarneham, Lawrence, 1!)!). 

ffarr, Richard, 24(;. . , 

ll'arre, 'I'liomas, 21)4, 

tfayrs, Samuel, 7;i. 

ffelton, ILimonde, IGl ; Margerye, KJl ; Roger 

Bacon, 101 ; — , 1(15. 
ffigget, Margeria, 247. 
rtiggett, Elizab., 21)5 ; Francisca, 247 ; Georgi's, 

21)5; Henrici, 21)5; Johes., 21)5; Richard, 

24 7. 
ffiggot, Richard, 2!»4. 
IHshor, .lane, 02 ; Joseph, 02. 
Ifowle, John, 72. 
(free, VVm., lt)8. 
llreenum, Aune, 294 ; ft'rancis, 21)1 ; l<'ranci8ci, 

21)5 ; Jo., 21);i ; Joh'is, 245 ; John, 215 ; 

Ursula, 21)5 ; Wilm., 24 7. 
ffrench. Esther, 24 ; John, 24. 
Field, Ann, 107. 
Figg. Susanna, 111. 

Figge (Fig or Figg), Cartherine, 172; Cathe- 
rine, 172; Henry, 172; James, 172. 
Figgur, Walter, 124. 
Filewood, Mary, 145. 

Fill, Sarah, 220. " "■ 

Fihner, .Margaret, 28 ; Robert, 28. 
Finch, .Tames, 53; Johanni, 113; Mary, 05; 

— , 5:{. 
Finchett, l\Iercy, 225 ; Robert, 225. 
I'lnes, — , 108. 
I'^inlay, Be v. James, 202. 
Finley, Lev. Ur. James, 04 ; Kath.. 04. 
Finn, Emily Louisa, 40. 
Finton, John, 83 ; Mary. 83. 
Fis/ir, 113. 
Fislie, Anne, 1)3; Sir Kdward, 2ud Rart., 1)3; 

Sir Edward, .'ird Bart., 1)3. 
Fisher, Elisabeth, 281 ; Eliza, l02 ; Emily, 102 ; 

Grace, 51» ; Bev. IL, 5!); Helen, 30; Henry, 

102 ; iMary, 30. 
Fitcli, Jane, 27 ; John, 131) ; Mercy. 131). 
Fit:,iir,ihl, 300. 
Fitzgerald, Georgiana Isabella Simha DAguilar. 

.300 ; Lieut. -Colonel Richard, 300. 
FitzGerald, Charles Lionel, 273 ; Emily Isabella, 

273. 
FitzHamon, Robert, 17. 
Fitzllenry, Henry, 9; Manger, 9. 
FitzManger, Henry, 9. 
Fitzwilliam. Hon, Charles W., 274 ; Charles 

William, Earl, 277. 
Fleet, Elis., 03, 
Fleete, Mary, 183. 
FK'i'twood, Dorothy, 153; Sir Rich., Bart.. 153; 

William, 153, 
Fleman, Elisabeth, 141, 
Fleming. Thomas J. Willis, 121 ; W. H. A. 

Willis, 121. 
Fletcher, Anne, 02, 283 ; Captain Edward 

Charles, 257 ; Elizabeth, 29 ; Hon, Ellen 

Jlary, 257; James, 29; John, 113; Martha, 



322 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



(i2 ; Mary, 11:5, 17'J; Robfirt, (i2 ; Samutil, 
G2; William, 1 7'J. 

Floid, Sarah, 1 tu ; Thoirias, 140. 

Flood, Mary, 171 ; Xicliolas, 171. 

riiilu'r, l.icut.-l'uluiiol (r. F. W., VM) ; Maria 
Aimc, i:ttl. 

K'niaucrji^li, lUcLliiii, Loid of Hrocknook, 17 ; 
Ellyii. 17. 

Foljaiiibe, Alice Etheldreda Georfriana Mary, 
278; Annette Louise, 278; Captain Arthur 
William de Brito Savile, 278 ; Avice Dora 
Geraldine, 278 ; I'ertram Marmaduke Osliert 
Savilo, 278 ; Caroline Frederioa. 278 ; Cecil 
Geori,''e Savile, Ith Lord llawkesbury, M.f'., 
278 ; Constance lilanelie Aletliea Mary, 278 ; 
Dora Mar',^iret, 277 ; Doris Itosemary, 277 ; 
Edith JMaryuret lOmily Mary, 278 ; Edmond 
Walter Savile, 278 ; Elizabeth, 2(j(;, 277 ; 
Eli/.abeth Aune-, 278 ; Emma, 277 ; Evelyn, 
278 ; Frances Mary, 278 ; Francis Ferrand, 
277 ; Rt. Hon. Francis John Savile, M.F., 
277 ; Francis Thornhaaih, 277 ; Frederick 
Compton Savile, 278 ; Geor<j-e, 278 ; George 
Savile, 277 ; Lieut. Gerald William Frederick 
Savile, 278 ; Lady Gertrude Emily, 277 ; 
Godfrey Acheson Thornhaj,di, 277 ; Harriet 
Emily Mary, 277 ; llenr}^ Savile, 278 ; Cap- 
bvin Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon, 

277 ; John Savile, 2t)(), 277 ; Josceline Charles 
William Savile, 278 ; Judith Frances, 277 ; 
Louisa Blanche, 278 ; Mabel Evelyn Selina 
Mary, 278 ; Marjiaret Susan , Louisa Mary, 

278 ; Mary Arabella, 277 ; Mary Pauline, 
278 ; Rachel Emily, 278 ; Robert Anthony 
Edward St. Andrew Savile, 278 ; Robert 
Francis Thornhagh, 278 ; Rosamond Sylvia 
Diana Mary, 278 ; Selina Charlotte, Vis- 
countess Milton, 277 ; Susan Louisa, 278 ; 
Victor Alexander Cecil Savile, 278. 

Folliott (Folyot (-/■ ffolliott), Anne, 00; Sir 
Henry (afterwards 1st Lord Folliott), (JO ; 
Henry, 8rd Baron, 58, (JO ; Rebecca, (JO ; 
Rebecca French, (JO ; Sir Richard, (JO ; Tho- 
mas, 2nd Ikiron, 58, GO. 

Folwell, Margaret, 201 ; William, 204. 

Foot, Mrs., 51. 

J'\>ofe, 101. 

Foote. Charles, 101 ; Robert, 101 ; Samuell, 101. 

Forbes, Lieut.-Colonel Hon. James, 'Ji) ; Janet, 
41 ; (ieneral Lord, 'J',). 

Ford, Elisabotli, (Jr.; Harry, 110; Ja., 202; 
Margaret, 141; Mary, (J5 ; Mi^s, 28J; Robert, 
177; Sarali, 110; Tl'iomasiue, 2:t(). 

Fonlhani, Anne, 2:;;i, 28:i ; .Mary, 2:i,i ; Richard, 

2:i;}, 28;i 

Fornian, Joseph, 113 ; Sarah, 113. 

Forster, Ann, 182; Elisabeth, 137; Jane, 113; 

John, 182 ; Mary, C2. 
Fortescue, Anne Elizabeth, 200 ; Elizabeth, 200 ; 

Gerald, 200; — , 21 1». 
Fortescute, Dudley, 185. 
Fortune, Alexander, (J3 ; Eve, 183; Mary, (J3 ; 

Rebecca, (J2. 
l'\)sliut, Ann, r.l'.l ; Willmur, lllti. 
Foster, Amelia, 237 ; Ann. 18,'! ; Catherine, 13(J ; 

Elizabeth, (12; Mary, (i2, 147, 183; Samson, 

(J2 ; Samuel, 183 ; William. Bishop of ClogluT, 

1 3(; ; — , 7(;. 
Foster or For.ster, Elizabeth, Ul ; Jane, iH ; 

Jenny, 91 ; Joseph, 1)1 ; Mary, '.)! ; Sarah, HI. 
Fowkes, I\Iartha, iH. 



Ftnvla, 222. 

I'owle, Susan, 222 ; Sir Thomas, 222. 

Fowler, Dorothy, 213; Elisab., 13'.); Mathew, 

108 ; Sir Thomas, 213. 
Fowles, A. Godwin, 228. 

KowncH, Elizabetli, 221 ; Sir William, Bart., 

221. 
Fox, Elizabeth, 40; Sarah, (J4 ; Titus, • (14 ; — , 

71. 
France, 17, 1'.). 109 ;;Z. 
France, Louis XIIL, King of, 77. 
France, Louis XIV., King of, 302. 
i''w«(r.v, 21.-.. 
Francis, Jlary, 235. 
Francklyn, Ann, 179. 
Franco, Francis, 298; Margaret Frances, 298; 

Sarah, 298 ; Solomon, 298. 
Frankland, Elizabeth, 2(I(J. 
Franklin, Mary, 110 ; W'illiam, 110. 
Franks, John, 180 ; Sarah, 180 ; Rev. — . 51. 
Frasche, Eli.«;abeth, 33 ; John Anthony, 33. 
Fni.srr, 133. 
Eraser, Grace Lockhart, 99 ; Simon, 99 ; Sir 

William, Bart., F.U.S., 254, 
Frederick, Emperor (A. D. 1228), 44. 
Freebody. Mary, 22(J. 

Freeman, Elizabeth, 293 ; Francisci, 293 ; Helen, 
106; John, 10(j ; Penelope, 10(5; Robert, G; 
Susanna. (J. 
French, Anne, 83 ; Kli^^abeth, G3, 224 ; John, 

G3 ; William, 224. 
Freshwater, John, 139 ; Sarah. 139. 
Frid, Elisabeth, 22G ; Mary, 141. 
Fride, Anne, 182 ; John, 182. 
Frier, Elisabeth, G3 ; Thomas, G3. 
Frith, Mrs., 51. 
Frodsham, Hen., 260. 
Frost, Ann, 44 ; Isaac, 40 ; Mary, 40. 
Fry, Clara, 182; Elisabeth, G2 ; John, 182; 

William, 62. 
Frye, Laura Augusta Hastings, 58 ; Rev. I'er- 

cival, 58. 
Fryland, Martha, 28. 
Fuggle, ]\lary, 2(1. 
Fulkes, Elisabeth, 224 ; John, 224. 
Fulks, Sarah, 112. 

Fullagar, Ann, 225 ; Mary, 62 ; Samuel, 62. 
Fullager, Susanna, 112. 

Fuller, Bartholomew, 174 ; Elisabeth, 225 ; 
James, 211, tJl, 182 ; Joanna, 174, 233; Josias, 
112, 179; Mary, 26, 29, (>1, 112, 182; Sarah, 
179 
Fuuel or Funnell, Alice, 204 ; Thomas, 204. 
Furber, James, 217 ; Maria, 217. 
Furman, Dorothy, 304. 
l<'u.r/U'au.r, 8, 9, 11. 

Furneaux or De Furnellis (and eight other 
render buj.s), Agnes, 7, 11 ; Alan de, 7, 8, 9, 
10; Alanus de, 9 ; Alice, 7, 1 1 ; Christopher, 
11 ; Galiride de, 7, 8, 9, 10; Galfridi de, 7; 
Gaifridus, 8; Gaufridus, 8; Geoffry, 8; Gos- 
fridus, 8 ; Rev. H., 7 ; Henry, 8 ; Joan, 7, 10 ; 
Joanna, 7; Joamuim, 9; Joh'es de, 10; John 
de, 7, 8, 10, 11 ; Mabila, 7, 9; Margaret, 7, 
11 ; Matilda, 7, 9; Muriel, 7, 1 1 ; Philip de, 
7, 8, 9, 10, 11; Philippus, 9; Phu's de, 10; 
Richard de, 7, 10, 11; Ilic'us, 10; Sara, 11; 
Stcphan, 11 ; Stephen, 7; Thomas de, 7, 10; 
Rev. Thomas, 11; Sir Walter, 11; William, 
7, 10, 11 ; — (about 1100), 7. 



i 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



323 



Furrell, Dinah, 2S. 

Fiirso, C'arolino Ann, 102; Georgo, 102; Mary. 

102. 
Fu.son, Ann, 27. 
Fycr, Ilcnry, 121. 



G 



(Jainsborough, Edward, Earl of, 109 ; sec tilsn 

Guinjidon mid Nocd. 
GaU'dlon. Gurnwt, 1 7. 
Galliot, Mary, 2S ; Samuel, 28. 
Galway, Lord, I'JO. 
Gam, Sir Dauid, ID; GweuUim, 19; Gwladis, 

19. 
Gambler, Samuel, 98. 
Gamble, Captain Thomas, 3."). 
Gammon, Ann, 179; Elisabeth, IK); Hannah, 
179 ; ]\Iary, lliS ; Richard, 179 ; Thomas, 
179. 
Ganderton, Giles, 29:) ; Tho'a, 295. 
Garbet, Mrs., 29G. 
Garbutt. Jane, 2(5") ; Robert, 2(].">. 
Gardiner, Ann, 111; Anne, 218; Mary, 112, 

181 ; William, 111. 
Gardner, Jane, 1.H9. 
Garet. Eliza, 284. 
Garforth, Hylda Maria Madeline, 268 ; William, 

268. 
Garland, Amy Eliza, 155 ; Augustus Lester, 35 ; 
Catherine, 112 ; Clementina Matilda, 35 ; 
Lester, 33 ; Maria Gertrude, 35. 
Garners, Joane, 21 ; William, 21. 
Oarnt-tt, 217. 
Garnett, Alice, 217; Henry, 217; John Paine, 

217 ; Marianne, 217 ; Mary, 217. 
Garratt, Judith, 141 ; Thomas, 141. 
Garret, Francisca, 293 ; Jana, 293 ; Marie, 294 ; 
Richard. 63 ; Sarah, 63 ; Susannah, 247 ; 
Thomas,' 294 ; — , Rev., 19, 50. 
Garrett, Elisabeth, 14u ; Mercy, 61 ; Richard, 

140. 
Garrow, John, 178 ; Sarah, 178. 
(4aryn or Garyng, Adami, 52 ; Agnes, 52 ; 

Gulielmo, 52 ; Richard, 53 ; Rogerus, 52. 
Gaskell, Daniel, 275 ; Daniel, M.l\, 275 ; Mary, 

275. 
Gasken, Ann, 225 ; Richard, 225. 
Gatl'oild, John, 26 ; ]\Iary. 26. 
Giitlield, John, 1S3; Lucy, 183. 
Gatlaud, Ann, 61 ; Elisab., 113 ; Susannah, 27. 
Gaunt, John of, Duke of Lancaster, 17, 76. 
Gaussen, Janet. 41 ; Paul, 4 1. 
Gawley, Rev. 4'honias, 14. 

Gaza, Mary Elizabeth. .s6 ; Rev. R. Elliott, 86. 
Geddinge, Merabell, 181; Thomas, 184; Wil- 
liam, 184. 
Gee, John, IK); .Mary, llO ; Sarah, (\:>, 138; 

William, 65. 
Geirce, Janu. 13; Richard, 13. 
Gent, Ann, 92 ; Richard. 92 ; Sarah, 92. 
(Jeorgc, Juno, 235; Mary, 92. 115; William, 

235. 
George IL, King of England, 215. 
George III., King of England, 43, 136, 187, 237. 
Gerald, .sw^ FitzGcrald. 
(/cr<nd,2\\. 

Gerard, Baron, 214 ; Mary (his dau.), 214. 
Germen or Germyn, Eleanor, 55 ; Elynor, 54. 
Gcry, Rebecca, 250 ; William, 250. 



Gethin, Sarah, 177. 

Giacoinctti, Caroline Gi. . . . Hattista, 252. 
Gilib, Kredorick, 81 ; Martha, 81. 
(lil)binH, Hannah, 179. 
(iililxm, Elisabeth, 139 ; James, 139. 
(Jibhons, Ann, 137, 183; I'llizabeth, 29 ; James, 
183; Mary, 63, 181 ; 'J'ho., 202; Thomas, 29 
137. 
Gibbs, EUener, 246 ; Rosamond, 111. 
Gibson, Mary. 216 ; Richard, 21(;. 
Gill'ard, William, II. 
Gill'oril, l^lizabeth, 121 ; Joanne, 184; William 

184. 
Gilbert, Alice, 140 ; Charity, 181 ; Eli.sab., 1.38 
l<]lisabeth, ()5, 225 ; James, 140, 225 ; Jordan, 
110; Lucy, 29; Mary, 2(). 62, 110; Sarah 
111 ; William. 2)), 65. 
Gilby (Guilbv, Gylbie, or Gylby), Elizabeth, 
146 ; Jenkin, 146; John. 146; William, 146. 
Gilder. ^lary, 65 ; Samuel, 65, 
Gilderdale, John Guy. 121 ; Uev. John S., 121. 
Giles, Elisabeth, (i4 ; Martha, 141; Mary, 113: 

Roger, 113. 
Gilford. Mary, 30. 

Gill, Ann, 183 ; Elisabeth, 22 4 ; Frances, 110; 
Francis. 203 ; James, 183 ; John, 224 ; Mary, 
203 ; Obedience, HI ; Sarah, 224. 
Gillam, Daniell, 146 ; Elizabeth, 146. 
Gille, John, 302. 
Gillett, Daniel, 225 ; Elizabeth, 250 ; Mary, 

225. 
Gilman or Gillman, Daniel, !)5, 96 ; Margery, 

81 ; (ali(i.s Bury), Rebecca, 95, 96. 
Gipson, Elisabeth, 61. 
Giske, Thomas, 124. 
G lading, Sarah, 40. 
Gladstone, Mary Ellen, 274; Mr., 187; Mrs., 

253 : Robertson, 274. 
aiamor<iaii, Prince of, 17, 18, 19. 
Glanvill, .src De Glanvill. 
Glecd. Edward, 113; Susan, 113. 
Glodrith, Eliston, Prince, 17 ; Yngeharad, 17. 
Gloccr, 212. 

Glover, Anne, 294 ; Elizabeth, 212, 294 ; Fran. 
292 ; Hugh, 246, 248, 292, 293, 294, 295 ; Rev, 
Hugh, 294 ; Hugo, 247 ; Hugonis, 292 ; Rev, 
Ilugonis, 247; Lucy Amelia, 159; Richard, 
212 ; William Joseph, 159. 
Glynne, I\Iary, 98 ; Richard Carr, 98. 
Goar. Elizab.. 292 ; Georgii, 248 ; Isabella, 295 ; 
Joanna, 247, 292 ; Johis., 247 ; Margaret 
294 ; Robert, 294 ; Roberti, 295 ; Thomas, 
295; William, 2!l I; Willm., 292. 
Gobat, Frederick William, 45 ; Maria R. C, 48 
lit. Rev. Samuel, D.I)., Bishop of Jerusalem 
48. 
Godden, Anne, 61 ; Elisabeth, 27, 62, 63 

Patient, 29 ; Thomas, 62 ; William. 63. 
Godfrey, Mary, (1; Richard, 6; Saraii, 221 

William, 221. 
(iodley, Elizabeth, 2U0, 201 ; John, 201, 2()2 

Rev. Richard, 201 ; Wm., 201 ; — , 2U0. 
Godolphiu. Mrs.. 49. 
(4od\vin, Ann, 246. 
Godwyn, Ilenricus, 247 ; Johis., 247. 
({ off e, John. Ill ; Susanna, 111. 
Golder, Ada, 238 ; Amelia E. Rosina, 238 ; 
Harriet, 238; Harry George, 238 j Rosina, 
238. 
Goldtiuch, I'^lizabeth, 194. 
Goldinij, 174. 



321 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGlCA ET HERALDICA. 



Gokiiutr, Dorothy, HI); Frances, Ha; Henry, 
()L* ; iMivry, (i2 ; Uobocca, "JS ; 'J'homas, llii, 
171. 

GoliHn{f and Lawrence, l.")H. 

(iolilinnliani, .loliii, IM.") ; Susan, 1 81'). 

(loliUand, Sunaiiiia, 181. 

Goldney, Francis Bennett, 242; Mary Green- 
away, 242. 

Goldridf,'e, Klisabetli, SO ; John, :\Q. 

(ioMsniith, Ann, 18;i; Elizabetli. 122 ; 'J'homas, 
122. 

GoldwoU, Mary, 28. 

(ioniery, Hannah, 22(1 ; Joanna, vK) ; Jolin, 22<'>. 

Gonini, siv Carr-Gonim. 

Gooder, Sarah, 02. 

Goodericke, Margarett, 107 ; Will'm, 107. 

Goodhew, Marf,^aret, 112 ; Mary, 28. 

Goodinn-, Elisabeth, 181) ; Henry, 1H9. 

Goodrich, Mrs., 804. 

Go,)dwin, Anne, 2".) : Cecilia. 179 ; Christopher, 
112; Richard, 179; Richard Thomas, 8(il ; 
Susanna. 112, 

Goodwyn, Sarah. 111. 

Goody, Richard, 71. 

poodye, Emma, 247, 

trooge, Jeflfery, 12;"). 

Goose, Mary, 145. 

titn-duu, 2.57. 

Gordon, Dvhcx of (with plates and blazon), 
1:5:1 

Gordon, Major-Gen, Charles George (" Chinese 
Gordon"), 120; Hon. Colonel, 257: Cosmo 
George, Srd Duke of, 1:5:^; Geo., 202; Lady 
Henrietta Rose, 120 ; Sir Henry William, 
K.C.B., 120; Lieut.-6eneralJobn, 257 ; f-ady, 
120. 

Gordon-Cumming, Sir Alexander Penrose, Bart., 
207 ; Eliza Maria, 2ii7 ; Lettice Herniione 
Violet, 2(i8 ; Colonel William, 208. 

Gore, Elizabeth, 144 ; Emily, 100; Hester, 182; 
Samuel, 27 ; Susan, 111; Susannah, 27. 

Goreham. Ann, 27 ; Edward, 27. 

Gorely, John, 225 ; Mary, 225. 

Gorham, Ann, 179; Edward, 180, 18:^; Mar- 
garet. 110 ; Mary, 180 ; Susanna, 18;i 

Gorley, Elis., 27. 

Gosford, Archibald. Earl of, K.l'., 277. 

(ioslirig, Ann, 182 ; Edward, 182 ; — , 98. 
(uis.s(u/c, 208, 215. 

Gossago, William, 208 ; — , 208. 

(lussling, I'l.lwanl, 01 ; l<;iisal)eth, 01 ; Eliza- 
beth, 29 ; Martiia, li:i. 

Gostling, Rev. lien., 1:5; Rev. Henry, 14; — , 
249. 

Gough, Ann, 290 ; Frances, 108 ; ]\Ir., 290. 

Gould. F. Chirruthers. ;;0 ; .lohn, 1 I I. 

Goulding. Mary, 191. 
(loiihluitith. -lli. 

Gouldsmitli, Elizabeth. 222 ; John, 222. 

(!oni-and, Cyprien. 7(i. 

(iourdon, Brampton, KM; Elizabeth, 104. 

Cu)ure, ftlary, 02 ; Thomas, 02. 

Gowar, Anno, 294 ; William, 294. 

Gower, A. F. G. Leveson. 44, 80, 25:^, 297 ; Abel 
Anthony. 10:5; Ann, 00, lo;5, 112; Artliur 
Francis Gresliam lieveson, 278 ; Caroline 
Frederica, 278 ; (Jeorge Henry, 00 ; George 
Hering, 10:5 ; George Webb, 0.0; Jolm, 112; 
Margaret, 225. 

Grafton, Mary. 52, 54 ; Thomas, 54. 

Gragh, Gwenllini, 19 ; (iwyllim ap Hoell, 19. 



Graham, Deborah, 202; Eliz., 195; Elizabeth, 
29 ; Sir James, Bart., 25;i ; John, 195 ; I'oter, 
202 ; S., 202. 
Grand, nt'e Lo Grand. 

Granefeild, Franciseus, 120 ; Rebecca, 120. 
Grauelicld, Francis, 122 ; Rebecca, 122. 
Granet, Captain Charles, 120; Charles (after- 
wards De la Riie), 120 ; Henrietta Rose, 120. 
Grange, Edward, 218 ; Sarah, 218. 
Crant, Allen, 1 lo ; Anne, 18:5; Flisabeth, 110; 

Thomas, 18:5. 
Graaier, Elizabetha, 29:5 ; llenricns, 29:5. 
Gravett, Mary, :50. 
(iravitt, Ann, 28. 
Gray, Ann, 04 ; Elizabeth, ;^5 ; Harrison, 188; 

Mary, 29. 
Gray or Grey, Elizabeth, 18; Reginald, 18; 

Reignold, 18 ; Roger, Lord, 18. 
Greame, Lucy, :59 ; Thomas, :^9. 
arccii, 258. 

Green, Anna, 29:S ; Anne, 59 ; Elisabeth, 01, 
224, 282 ; Frances, 18:5 ; H. E. O., 59 ; Henry, 
138; Hester, 140; How, 05, 18:^; Jane, 20; 
Mary, 05, 91, i:S8, 225 ; Susanna. 05 ; Thomas, 
20, 01, 05. 
Greenaway, Mary, 29. 
Greene, Rev. C. P., 144 ; Jane, 285 ; Owen 

Brigstocke, 102 ; Thomasin, 185 ; — , 185. 
Greenfield, Elisabeth, 180 ; Luke, 180. 
Greenhill, Susanna, 138. 
Greenrod, Eliz.. 170; Elizabeth, 170; Stephen, 

170. 
Greenshields, Rev. Jame,^J'75. 
Greensted. Ann, (il ; Anne, ()2 ; John, 02 ; Ro- 
bert, 04; 
Greenstreet, Ann, 178 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; William, 

28. 
Grccnwdl, 254. 

Greenwell, Walpole Eyre, 254. 
(rrccnwood, 215. 

Greenwood, Anne, 215 ; Benjamin, 215. 
Orccrc, 220. 

Greere, Elizabeth, 220 ; Thomas, 220. 
Gregory, 220. 

Gregory, Elizabeth, 220 ; William. 220. 
Grene or Greene. Catherine, 121; Elizabeth, 
124; James, 124; Jane. 124; John, 124; 
Katherine, 121; Mary, 124; Mathewe, 124; 
Ursula, 124. 
Grcnr}Uc,-lV^. 

Grenvillo, Dorothy, 21:5 ; Richard, 213. 
GreshanidrGresha', Anne, 103 ; Sir Thomas, 103. 
Gretton, Mary, 281 ; William, 281. 
Grnj, 18. 

Grey, tlharles, 2nd Earl, K.G., 278 ; Frances 
(granddaughter of King Henry VII.), 259 ; 
Henry, Duke of Sulfolk, 259 ; Lady Jane, 
259 ; Lady Louisa Elizabeth, 278. 
Greye, Sir Syniond, 184 ; — , 181. 
Grieve, Arthur Silibald, 121 ; Dr. James, 121. 
Griifeth, Annis, 287 ; Thomas, 287. 
Grillin, Alicia, 210, 293; Anna, 218; Anne, 
287 ; Elizab., 248 ; Henr., 210 ; Henrici, 293 ; 
llenricus, 293 ; Jana, 295 ; Rev. John A., 159 ; 
Lucy Amelia. 159 ; Richi., 218 ; Thomas, 287 ; 
Vidme, 218 ; Willmus., 293. 
Griffith, William Henry, 121. 
(irilliths, Ann, 195; .lames, 195. 
Ciriggs, George. 8:5 ; Judith, 107 ; Susan, 8:5. 
Grigsby, David. 141 ; Mary, (;:5, 141 ; Sarah, 224. 
Grigson, Francis, 122. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



325 



GrinfieW, Steddy. 135. 

Grinsted, Ann, HO; William, 110. 

Grisinond. Aytbon. Lord of, Hi. 

Groombridge, Ann, 140; Anne, ISO; Catherine, 

(il ; lOlisabeth, (M ; John, 2;» ; Mary, li'.t, 1 H ; 

Susanna, 110; William, MO, HI. 
Gros or Cros (rt/tV/.v La Nove), IsaVjeau, 11)0 ; 

Jean, IDO; John, I'JO. 
Grosvenor, Sir Robert, 75. 
Groues, Thomas, 291 ; William, 2'J4. 
Grove, Joseph, \)1 ; Mary, 2',i:.'. 
Groven, Ann, 181 ; William. 181. 
Griindal, James, 17!) ; Susanna, 17;i. 
Grundall, Ann, 111; James, (J.') ; Mary, (\'-> ; 

William, 111. 
Grymet, Katherine, 295 ; Tho., 295. 
Gualtier, Ann, 21S ; Catherine Elizabeth, 2-49 ; 

Frances, 219; Frangoise, 218; Henri, 248; 

Henry, 248, 249 ; James, .248 ; Judith, 248 ; 

Margaret Marianne, 219 ; Marianne, 249 ; 

]\Iartha, 218, 249 ; Nicholas, 218. 
Gudgeon, Thomas, ii9. 
Gugy, Thomas, (i8. 
Guilford, Edvv'd, 259 ; Sir Ed., 2(50. 
Gnillemard, James, 151. 
tiuilliaumc, ]\Iarie, 151, 
(iuinand, Henry, 190. 
(luldou, sec Do Guidon. 

Cuill, Mary, 224 ; Sarah, (52. "" 

Gullen, John, (i:? ; Mary, C)!!. 
(iullev. Ann, i:U ; John, l;!l. 
Gulson, Judith, 189 ; Richard, 189. 
Gunnel, Elizabeth, liO ; John, 30. 
Guthrie. Gideon, 75. 
Guy, l';iisabeth, 22(; ; Job, 22*;. 
Guy (de Seignon), James, 218. 
Gwent, Gwaeth Voed, Lord of. Id; l\Ioruith, 

Princess of, K! ; Ynyr, King of, H>. 
Gwent (Upper), Hamlett, Lord of, Id. 
(iwristor, liord of I'owiH, Hi. 
Ciwyr, Grillith. IS. 
Gyl, Jlyrghion, 17. 
Gyles, Catherine, 29. 
Gynner, John, 294 ; Mary, 294. 



H 



H., J. C, 32. 

Habberfield, Mary, (-.5. 

Iluchc,\ 24 1. 

Hacker,—, 24 4. 

Hadds, Deborah, 30; John, 30. 

Haddy, Harriet Fanny .\nuie, 59 ; — , 59. 

lladlev, .Mary, 2S4. 

Iladlow, Fdmund, li2 ; Klisab., 139; Mary, 02, 

(il, (i5 ; Nicholas, (il. 
Hai(h)ii, .vr6' De llaidoii. 
Haimes, Elisabetli, 22(1. 

Haines, L. K., 232 ; Susanna, HI ; Susannah, 2i\. 
Ihikins, Elizabeth, 28(1. 
ilal, .Vntonii, 35 ; Kenricus, 35. 
Ilalam, Mary, (i5. 
Hale. Calli.'riiui, 173; .laiisi,, 293; .lane, 283; 

J(ihis.,295 ; Joshua. 283 ; Mary. 207 ; I'aggeii, 

173; 'J'ho., 293 ; William. 173; Williiii., 295 ; 

Willmus., 295; — , 207. 
Jlalcs. Anne (afterwards Counti'ss of itadiior), 

219; Sir James, 259; iMargaretta, 249; Sir 

rhilip, Bart., 219. 
7/,///, 251. 



Hall, Ann, 180; Anne, 92; Bill, HO; Elisa- 
beth, 29, (12, 112, 225 ; Elizabeth, 2, 170 ; Gil- 
bert. 254; Hannah, 170; Henry, (il ; Rev. 
J. K. Longley, 87; James, 92; John, 170; 
John lloltert Henry. 87 ; Mary, (51, 170 ; Mor- 
gan, (i2 : .Mrs., 93 ; I'enelope, 13 ; Richard, 
92 ; Ruth, 170 ; Sarah, 92, 182 ; Rev. T., 103 ; 
ilev. Thomas, 102 ; Thomas Sebastian, 103. 

Hallet, Ann, 30; John, 30. 

Hallows, Grace, 97 ; William, 97. 

Halls, Andrew, 112; Elisab., 112. 

Halsater, Elisabeth, (i3 ; John, 03. 

JIalsey, Elisabeth, 225 ; JIartha, 02 ; Mary, 05. 

Hamar or Hamer, Ann, 97, 98 ; Kear-Admiral 
Joseph, 97 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 97. 

Hambleton, Sophia, 183 ; Susanna, 182. 

Hamilton, 303. 

Hamilton, Elisabeth, 130 ; Harriette, 130; Baron 
Hugh, 130 ; John, 39 ; Martha, 39. 

Hainmersley, Hugh, 242 ; Sarah, 242. 

Hammond, (Jharles, 139 ; I'Hi.sabeth, (il ; Jane, 
139,220; liobert, 22(i ; Winefred, 1 10. 

Hamon, see FitzHamon. 

Hamp, George, 90. ■"■ •' 

llamptlion, Mary, 224. 

Hauauer, Rev. J. E., 44, 45. 

liauL-hare, Samuel, 78. 

llauchett, John, 180 ; Jlartha, 180. 

Hancock. Ro.-iC, 03. ' 

Hand, John, 107. * 

Jiiuuleock, 210. 

llaudcock, Susannah, 210 ; William, 210. 

Hanewode. tsrc De Hanewode. 

Hanheld, Mary, 139. 

Hanwell, Mary,-145 ; Richard, 145. 

Hapton, Haniel, 138; I\Iary, 138. 

Harbage. Joan, 292. 

Ilaroourt, 208. 

Harcoiirt, Agues, 208; General, 272; Sir Ro- 
bert, 208. 

Harden, Elisabeth, 224 ; John, 224. 

Harding, Edward, 179 ; Frances, 138 ; Margaret, 
179. 

Hardy, Admiral Sir Charles. 07 ; Grace, 07 ; 
Isabel, 257 ; John, M.l'., 257. 

Hargrave, Mr., 51. 

Hariet or Harriete, Francis, 292 ; Richard, 292. 

Harlakenden, Mabel, 105 ; Roger or Robert, 
105. 

llarlc, Elizabeth, 77 ; Jacob, 77. 

Harley, Elisabeth, HO ; Oliver, 110. 

Harlow, Elisabeth, 140. 

Ilarman, John, 224 ; Sarah, 224. 

Harmour, Anthony, 27 ; Hannah, 27. 

llarnden, Frances, 01 ; William, (il. 

Harper, .lanu'S, 30; Sarah, 30. 

Harpur. Edwd., 201. 

llarrets, Richard, 295. 

llarriH<jton, 209. 

Harrington, Elizabeth, 209 ; James, 200. 

Harris, Ann, 137, 108, l(i9 ; Charles, 108 ; Chris- 
topher, 181; Edmund, 109; P^dmund Field, 
KiS; Edward, 09; lOlizabclli, 3 1 (.Nvr Corgia- 
lu'-nns). 201; Grace li., 231 ; llanmih, 145, 
KiS, I(i9; Hester Dafter, 108; Hetty, 108; 
.liilin, 115; John Dafter, KiS; Joseph, 108; 
Martha. KiS; Mary, (i.t ; Mary Ann, KiS; 
Mary E., (i9 ; Matthias, 108, 109; Rebecca, 
1st) ; Roger, 03 ; Sarah, (il, 181 ; Suaana, 108 ; 
Susann.ah, (i3, 139, ISi) ; Thomas, His, 253; 
Thos., KiS ; Thos. Dafter, lOS. 



820 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET HERALDICA. 



Harrison, Amelia, '2'M ; Anne, 221; Bennon, 
2i)l ; Joan, 2!I2 ; John, 274; Josiah, 11)5; 
Margaret, 21-i, 2!»1 ; IMary, l'.).") ; Dr. Robert, 
221. 

Harrod, Dr. John, 102 ; John S., 102. 

llarslett, Jane, (Jl ; Thomas, (11. 

Hart. Elizabeth, 2, 1 ; John, 2. 

Hartnup, Elissabeth, LSI. 

J lartridge, Elisabeth. 110; Klizabeth, 20; Re- 
becca, 17"J ; Robert, 2'.), 171t. 

Hartrup, Elisabeth. 224 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; Mar- 
tha, G4 ; l\rary, 2() ; Robert, 28 ; William, lU. 

Hartup, Anne, 2i). 

Hariiy, John, 2'J4 ; Mary, 2'.)4. 

/fiirvry, 22!). 

Harvey, A., 2112 ; A. Sophia Hodge, 231 ; Alice, 
22'.), 2:iU, 21)2; Amy K. M., 232; Andrew, 

231 ; Dr. Andrew, 231 ; Ann, 230, 231 ; Aune. 
22!) ; Anthony, 229 ; Arthur, 230, 231 ; Bene- 
dict. 230 ; Bennett, 230 ; Catherine, 232 ; 
Cecil Russell, 232 ; Charlotte Augusta, 232 ; 
Charlotte Hurdwood, 232 ; Christopher, 230, 

232 ; Dr. Christopher, R.N., 221), 232 ; Chris- 
topher Patey, 232 ; Constance, 22'J ; C!yril, 
231 ; Dr. D'Arcy, R.N., 232; Deborah, 22!); 

■K.,232; Edith, 231 ; Edwardus, 2i)3 ; Eliza- 
beth, 22!), 230, 2!)2 ; Evelyn, 231 ; Francis, 
231 ; Frank. 231 ; Gladys, 231 ; Grace, 2;'.0 ; 
Grace li , 231; Harold, 231; Honor, 230. 
231 ; James, 230, 231 ; Dr. James, R.N., 232 ; 
Dr. James D'Arcy, U.N., 232 ; Jane, 22!), 230 ; 
Joan, 230 ; Jolm", 50. 221), 230, 1'31 : ('a]itniu 
John W. S., 23! ; Joseph II., 231 ; Kath.'iiue 
Francis, 232; L.. 230; L. K.,232; LeoJiard, 
231 ; Eucy, 22!), 231 ; M., 230, 231 ; Margart't, 
221) ; Margaret Saundry, 232 ; Maria, 2!).'> ; 
Maria Lane, 232 ; Blary, 231 ; Onesiphorus, 
230; P., 230; Percival, 231; Lieut. I'ercy, 
R.N., 232 ; R., 230 ; R. C. P. Gerald, 232 ; 
Richard, 230; Richardus, 21)3; Ruth, 138, 
170; Tabita, 24 7; Tabitha, 2!)2 ; Temperance, 
230 ; Thomas, 22!), 230, 232, 240 ; Dr. Thomas, 
K.N., 232 ; Thomas Ueginald, 232 ; Thomasinci, 
230,231 ; Vivian Martin, 231 ; Wilfred, 231 ; 
William, 221), 230, 231, 232 ; William (Churn- 
cieuxj, 221) ; Dr. William, 232 ; William Au- 
gustus, Secretary R.N., 232 ; Dr. William 
George, 231 ; Lieut. William Orlebar, 232 ; 
WiUmi.. 217. 

Harvv, Klleuer, 2i(;; Maria, 24(i. 

Ilnrwo.'d, Abi^;inl. (V; ; Anno Sophia, 214 ; 
l.vdia, 113; liev. TIioukh, 211 ; William, im". 

llasoll, Judith, S,-. ; William, S:.. 

Ilaslhursi, Jolni, IS! ; Mary, 181. 

llasslewood. Sarah, (",2 ; William, 02. 

Iliistin<j.s, 18. 

Hastings, Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon. 
101) ; Warren, 58. 

Hastings ov llastinges, Elizabeth, 18 ; Isabell, 
18 ; John. Lord Abergany, 18. 

Hatch, Elisabeth. 180; Henry, 27; Isaac, 180; 
Mary, 27, 180, 22."); Susanna, 138; William, 
138, 180, 225. 

Hatctiman, Anne, 38 ; Elisabeth, 38 ; Elizabeth, 
38 ; Hannah. 3S ; Theophilus, 38. 

Hatton, Elizabeth, 20 ; Sir William, 20 ; — , 
283. 

Haughfen, Elizabeth, 2ii ; Jno., 211. 

llauser. Christian, S'.l ; Hannah, Kl). 

/A;«.s7^67/, 20,S, 21.-.. 

Jlausted, Raron, 2o,s ; l';iizabeth, 208. 



Haittcnvllk-, 21(;. 

Hautenville, Charlotte, 210; Harriette Margaret, 

217; Robert Jaffray, 217; Samuel, 210. 
Haven, Charles Mackinen, 300 ; Lydia, 300 ; 

Stephen, 300 ; William Gordon, 300. 
Haward, Elisabeth. 110. 

Hawes, Mary, 85 ; Matthew, 85 ; Robt., 71. 

Hawkens, Abraham, 131) ; Elisab., 137 ; Han- 
nah, 131) ; Margaret, 05. 
Hawkesbury, Cecil George Savile, 4th Lord, 
:\1.1'., 278 ; Charles Cecil, Lord, 277 ; Rt. Hon. 
Lord, F.S.A., 205 ; see also Cope (iiid Earl of 
Liverpool. 

Hawkeslowe, William, Clarencieux King-of- 
Arms, 117. 

Hawkins, Ann, 112 ; James, 112, 181; Judith, 
181 ; Mary, 112, 141. 

Ilawley, Daniel, 32 ; General Henry, 171). 

Haye, .ire Do Haye. 

Hayes, Agnes, 124 ; Charlotte. 32 ; Joanne, 124 ; 
John, 48, 124; Sir Nicholas, 185; Walter, 
124. 

Haygarth, Rev. lames, 01). 

Hayne or Haine, Abraham, 78, 71) ; Daniel, 77, 
78, 79, 80 ; John, 78 ; Marie, 77 ; Mary, 78 ; 
Rachel, 77, 80, 151 ; Rachelle, 80 ; Samuel, 80. 

Haynes, Anna, 293 ; Francis, 2)! ; Sarah, 242 ; 
Susannah, 2(i ; William, 242. 

Hayter, Damaris, 29 ; Thomas, 29. 

Hayward, Ann, 205, 207 ; Anna Maria, 205 ; 
.\ugusta Sarah, 20(i. 207 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 
20."'), 20(1, 207 ; l<;iizabi:th, 20."., 200, 207 ; Eliza- 
beth Frances, 200, 207 ; Frances, 20(i ; George, 
205 ; Rev. (ieorge, 205, 200, 207 ; George 
(Uiristopher, 205, 200, 207 ; Uev. George Chris- 
topher, 200, 207 ; George Marriott, 200, 207 ; 
(ieorge Treviranus, 200, 207 ; Isabella, 200, 
207; Jermyn Godfrey Treviranus, 200,207; 
John, 1 75 ; Rev. John, 205, 200, 207 ; Joseph 
Francis, 207 ; Maria, 205, 200, 207 ; Martha, 
04 ; Mary, 175, 205, 20(i, 207; JHldred, 205; 
Taulina, 205, 207 ; Paulina IMill, 205, 200, 
207 ; Sarah, 205, 2o7 ; Sarali l-llizabeth, 205, 
207. 

Hazell, .loanna, 115. 

Head, Ann, 29, 138; John, 138. 

llearnden, Ann, 180; Eleanor, 110; Elisabeth, 
1.S2; Kichard, 110 ; William, ISO. 

Heath, Mary. 125; Sarah, 91 ; William, 125. 

lleathoote, Sir (iilbert. 178. 

lleatherlev, Kev. , 3S. 

lleaU.n. D'oroMiy, 190 ; John, 190. 

Ilobert, Anne, 13; .\nne Mary, 13; Catherin 
Mary, 12; Catherine, 12, 13; Elizabeth, 12; 
James, 12, 13 ; James Famplin, 13 ; John, 13 ; 
Judith, 13 ; Katherine, 13 ; iMartha, 13 ; 
JIary, 13 ; Mary Frances, 13 ; Mathew, 12. 

Heckford, Nathaniel, 2. 

lleckstetter. Sir David, 178. 

lledow. Dr., 284. 

Heigham, Sir Clement. 105 ; Lucy, 105. 

Helard, C, 187. 

Hellard, see HiUard. 

Homing, l']llener, 240 ; fFrancis, 240 ; fFran- 
cisca. 24 ; Francisca, 293. 295 ; Jacobus, 
210, 2 IS; Joanna, 24(1; Tabitha, 293; Tho., 
240, 292, 293 ; Tho;o., 295 ; Ursula, 292. 

Hemming, Jane, 291 ; Thomas, 292, 291. 

Ifmeuijv, 208, 21 1. 

Heneage, Anne, 208; John. 208, 211; Mary, 
211, 



i 

i 



INUKX OP NAMES. 



327 



Henley, Sir Robert, 248 ; Williamza, 21S. 

irciily, .Tamos, 10 ; Jano, lo ; .lulm, l(». 

Henry, .v,v Fit/.IIenry. 

Ilciiry I., Kin^- of Kn-land, TC. 

Henry 111., Kiii^c ol' Mnjrland, 1."). 

11. Miry VI 1., KiMKuf IJinland, 111, L'dH. 

llonry Vlll., Kinyf of lOn-^land, 1'.), \C,C,. 

Herbert, 2L".>. 

Herbert, (Constance, 22!) ; Elizabeth, 11> ; George, 
(the Toet), (;u ; Sir Henry, GU ; Lord, of Cher- 
bury, GO ; Mary, GO ; William, Earle of Huiit- 
int;ton, 19; William, Karle of Pembrooke, 
11» ; Colonel William, 180, 181. 

Heuford, Karl of, 17. 

JItrrford or Jlcrford, lO'.i. 

llcrinden, Aun.Gl ; William, GI. 

Herman, INlary, 27. 

llormon, Elisabeth, 22G. 

liernden, Ann, 112; Elisabeth, 112; John, G4 ; 
Mary. 28, G;{, G,^. ; Kiehard, 112; Sarah, Gl ; 
Thomas, G8 ; William, 112. 

Heron- Allen, Mr., 22S. 

Herringf, — , 104. 

Hert, Thomas, 11. 

Horvey, Ann, 4S ; Christopher, .51; Eliz., 49; 
Kli/.abetli, 48 ; Rev. Eranois, 22!) ; Jane, 22!) ; 
John, 4!) ; .Marie, 221); Mrs,!!); Stephen, .50 ; 
Thomas, 221). 

Herwarth. H.-W. v., 227: Jedida Assuba, 227; 
riiilibert, 227 ; .wr nlsn D' Herwarth. 

Heslop, Rev. Gordon, 2G1) ; Julia Mary, 2G9 ; 
liev. Arohdeaeon Luke, D.D., 2r>;i. 

Hetherinj^^tun, Humy.. 107. 

Ilevenin<;ham, Joane, Kil), 1(H ; — , IGO, IGl. 

Ilewe, Mary. 188; Ca])tain Richard. 188. 

llewet, Dorothy. 2oO, 2,51 ; Robert. 2.5 1 ; Robt., 
250. 

Hewetson, John, 304. 

Jli'iritt or Urn it t, 1. 

Ilewit, Ann, 180. 

Ilriritt, 1. 

Hewitt, — , liOrd Mayor, 1. 

lleyden, Harriet, 180; James, 180. 

llever, Cornes., X\ \ Jane, IKi ; William Henry, 

lleyue, Henricua, 29J. 

Hcynes, Alicia, 247; Anna, 217; .\uue, 2111! ; 

Henrici, 218 ; Hnmfry, 292 ; Joins., 247 ; 

rhilippa, 247 ; Susanna, 24 7. 
Hoys, 'I'liomusine, 125. 
Ihyw.H.d, .\iiiui Maria, 274 ; .\r(hur, 274 ; 

(''ai)taia Arthur, 271, 271; iHiijamin, 2Gt;. 

271, 274 ; Eli/.abeth, 2(;G, 274 ; Hannah. 275 ; 

John Temberton. 274 ; ^lary. 274. 275. 
Heywood Jones, Caroline Earle, 274 ; Caroline 

Margaret. 274 ; Margaret, 274 ; Olive Eli/.a- 
beth. 274 ; Major Richard Heywood, 274 ; 

Violet Mary, 274 ; .scr ul.to Jones. 
Hiams, Eli.sabeth, 141. 
nibble, Elizabeth, 4:5. 
Hickens, Mary. 225. 
Jlickes, — , 288. 

Hiekmot, Mary, Gl ; Susanna, 18:1 
liickmnti, Aiuhoiiy, i:i8; Klisabeth, 1 II ; James, 

III. 
Ilick.^, 109. 
Hicks, Anne, 28 ; Benjamin, 28 ; Erancis, 25:< ; 

Sir William, Hart., 109. 
Hiero'm. Thoa>., 295 ; Willms., 295. 
lligby, Samuel, 199. 
Higge, Richus., 248. 



Higgens, Sarah, 22G ; William, 22t">. 
lliggins, Ann, G5 ; Anne, 18:i ; Johis., 2-1 G ; 
Maria, 24 G ; Mary, 225 ; Hobt^rt, 225 ; Walter, 

(;5. 

IliggonH, Thoniufl, 292. 

Hi-gs, Aii(lr.t\V, 110; Jane, 2:i4 ; John, 2:!1; 
Uachel, l|o. 

Higham, Ann, 185; Anne, IGG ; Sir Clem', 1H5; 
Sir Clement, IGG. 

Highsted, Elisabeth, G2. 

Ilighwood, Elisabeth, G2 ; John, G2 ; Mary, Gl. 

Hill, Elizabeth, 82; John, 82; Maria Jane, 
121 ; Mary, 5G, 110, LSI ; Colonel R. E., 121 ; 
Robert, 5G ; William, 29:i ; Lieut.-Colonel 
William F., 121 ; Willmi., 29;^. 

lliUurd alias lli<ihlord, 'M. 

Hillard «/w.v llighlord, John, :^7 ; William. :i7 ; 
Zaeharie or Zachary, ;{7. 

Hilliard. Mr., 29G. 

Hillier. W. C, 47. 

llilLs, Alicia, 141 ; Ann, 18:i ; Elisab., li:?. \M ; 
Elisabeth, G5, 181 ; Jane, 2G ; John, 27, G5, 
113, 181 ; Mary, 27, 180, 181 ; Patience, 112; 
Sarah, Gl ; Susanna, 18:5 ; Thomas, Gl ; Wil- 
liam, i:i8. 

Hilpi^m, Thomas Murad, 88. 

Hinckley, Alice, 184; Catherine, 184: Cyeilye, 
184 ; John. 184 ; Jfargarett, 184. 

Hind, Erances, 1:58; Stephen, 1:58. 

Hinds, Frances, 28. 

Hingeston-Randolph, — , 9, 11. 

Hinkley, Ann, G4. 

Hiron, Elizabeth, 15. 

Histed, Margaret, 28. 

II ix, Katherine, 211. 

Hoad, Ann, (H ; Edmund, 1:58 ; Klisab., 1:58. 

Hoadly, Rev. Chancellor, 150. 

Hoare. Elisabeth, 110. 

Hobart, Sarah, :S8 ; Thomas, :58. 

Hobbins, Kllenor, 292. 

Hobday, J;ina, 24G ; Nicholas, 217; Samuelis, 
24G;'Tho., 247; Wilms., 217. 

Hoblyn, Alice, 2:50. 

llidifon, 11)1, 2G5. 

llobson, Ann, 2i)5 ; Anne, 2(55 ; Eleanor, 2G5, 
275, i^or Mleonoreta) 2GG ; Elizabeth, 2G5, 
2G(i, 271, 274 ; Ellen, 2(i5 ; George, 2G5, 2G(; ; 
(iulielmus, 101; James, 2(i(;, 271, 274, 275; 
.lane, 2G5 ; John, 2Gi; ; Mary, 2(')(; ; Richard, 
2G5, 2G(i ; Thomas, 2(15, 2Gt;. 

Hodd, Thomas, 198. 

lloddart, .luhnstou, :i5, 

Hodge, Flizth., 1;H ; William, 254 ; Wm., 131. 

Hodges, Ann. i:^7 ; Catherine, (');5 ; Clara Elisa- 
beth, (H, 18:^; James. G:5 ; John, 179; Mill- 
cent. 179; Rebecca, 127. 

Hodgkinsou, — , 45. 

Hotlgman, James. 18:^ ; Martha, 18:^. 

Hodshon, Lucy, 39 ; Theodore, 39. 

II offer, Rachel. 138. 

Hogarth, — , 188. 

ilogbin, Mary, 140. 

Holl)orue or Holbourne, Ann, 21! 1 ; Rt. Hon. 
Lady Anne, 28:i ; Sir John, 2GI ; Sir Robert, 
28:5.' 

Holder, Deborah, 28; John, 111 ; Martha, 139 ; 
Mary, 111; Richard, i:59 ; Sarah, G3 ; Tho- 
mas, -'8. 

Holding. Sarah. 30. 

Holler, Ann, 138. 

Holford, John, 138 ; Mary, 138. 



1, 1V4 



328 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET IIERALDICA. 



V fn' If '•^''' ^^''t^' "f K;u-1 .,f,:.'l;i; Mar- 
''''I'loi, I'liJ; Thomas, ll.t v.ci.aid, 

/A'/ A///./, AW//,,/; L'l.f 



llollaiK 



'I'y. 



ilullansby, Ann. :i(l 

llolhuvay, Anno, CK ; Eli.abctlu <;5 ; lUchanl, 

irolliduy. M:uy,:n ; William,!)!. 

Hollis, .^lary, I ( (. 

IJolloway, RicharJ, 27; Sarah, 27 

llolman H Wilson, 227; Dame Jane, 227; 

Holt, Elizabeth, 2:^0. 
Jlolyoak, Dr., 2.S-1. 

"Tillikm'^™^'''' "'*^' ^'^^'^•'^beth, 181, 182; 
Honess, Elisabeth, W 

^%7^^1^Z' '^n- -j\' ^^•^^^^' -^' Elisabeth, 
2J , James, do ; John, 22 1 ; Mary 2,S •»4 ■ 
Sarah, 'M, 17i>. J- -i --* , 

Honis, Elisabeth, 110. 

Honisett, Josepli, 21) ; Mary 29 

Honiss, Elisabeth. Ks;i. ' "" 

Honny, John, 28 ; Mary 28 

Hony Ann, 112; John. Ill," 112; Sarah, 111 

1 1 00, Anno, 7t; ; Lord 7", 

//cod, 2l:\. 

Hood, Jano, (ir, ; John, C,2, (ir,, 2l:} ; Mary -H) ■ 
Susannah, (;2. J'» -*•> . 

Ffoog, Ann, is] ; Robert, 181 

llooke, Mary, 111. 

Hooker, .Alary, Ml. 

^^"^^^V^^'^.^^^mngton, 23.0 ; Francis, 22-, ; Sarah, 

Hope, Ann, (11 ; Elisabeth, 138, 23G • Elixabe.h 
^ ; E.ekiel,230; Isaac, 181; J™' J' 
-Ml. ; Jano, 181, 2;{(i ; John. (Jl. ui "Ji; : 
Mary, 2;!;5, 2;{(i ; Nicolas, 23.;; Richanl 01-' 
Narah, 28 .)1, 138; W. 11. St. John, 132 •' 
\villiam, 28, 88, 'Jl, 230. > "- , 

Hoper, Sarah, 138. 

Hopkins, Constantino, 21)1; Elizabeth ^<)i ■ 
.loll IS, 2 )-, ; .svr „/,v. Xorthey. Hopkins. " ' 

Hopper, Klisab., 138; Elisabeth, 22(1 ; Thomas, 

Hopson, Klisaboth, 1S3; John, 28 ; Marv "8 
Hopton, Anne, ir.l ; Arthure, 103- Eli/aboHi 

Hopwood Ann, 29 ;' Dorothy, 281 : John •'') 
Hore Ehzth 131 ; Francf 281 ;' Mary; 281 • 
Wilham, 131. J. -^ i , 

"bet'K'/'wMr ' ^°»r>257; Louisa Eliza- 

uetn, 274 ; William, 257. 
Home, Ann, 3(). 
Horner, Francis, M.P., 101 
llon.sby, ltol,ort, 2X1;' Sarah, 281 
ilornstein, Aan.M S!); (Jilbert T. Charles, IC ■ 

J<'sso Lamb (lal licicr, 8!) ' 

Horroll {! Ilurrrll), John, ■|;i2 
iror.senail, Susannah, 27. 
Horsey, Sir Edward. 2(;(»' 2(il 
Horton, Francis, 171 ; Johan', 125; Sarah, 171 



Hosier. Elizabeth, 55 ; John, 55 ; Marjrery, 155 
oskins, Mary, 231 ; William, 231. ^ 

He.n.v'V"'';f^'"''' "•■'; KH^abeth. 85; 

lluuy, .S., ; John, 2(;; Mary, 2(i. 
Hoiildcn, Christian, 110 
Honlder, John, 27; Mai-aret, 27 
iJoulditch, Richard I') 

"ThSr-l^'lr^;;'' J'^"^^^. :':»; Martha. 39; 

ilieodore, 31); William.:)!) ' 

Hourdin. sec De Hourdin. 
Houtun, Mary, iso. 
Jlouven-hel, Ada Sophia, 238; Blanche 23ft • 

C^oiistance Amelia Rosina Ada 23S ; ^^fj).; 

Hovenden, R., F.S.A., 252 
Hovey, Mary, 111. 

"Rob^r2.'''' ^''^'^''^""^' ^«2; Edward, 194; 

Ifuivurd, 255 

Howard (fraward,Hoad, Iloowd, .. Howarde), 

Ales, 2()4 , Alice, 201 ; Ann, 191, 11^2. 193, 191 
19. ; Anne, 191, 1!)2, 1!,3 ; Lady Arabella. 
22. , l.enjamin, 195; Catharine: 192, 194 
Catherine, 192, 193, 194, 195; Charity !<)•>: 

EHz^ ^'> 1 U ' i'^r ' r,'^'"""'^ -Alexander 254 
D" I )r',<H' ■;•= f''''^ ^'"; Elizabeth, 191 
'■'-, 19.1, 194; Elizabeth Hay ward (') vn 

27S'-Ge^ l.r'<' ''''1''' ^'''•-'-'''•k John; 
7.- ^r '■ :'' ^^errard, 254 ; Hannah, 193 
lot. 'It It' '"•^S.V,^"ri^tta Maria Char-' 

52ri'ofS.;ii rS3^^^;.fv'S.i ?-f- 

IJJ;.7amesl!)2.H,3:??^;'jf^lii^^5^. 

John Ihomas, 194 ; Joseph, 191, 1! 5 • Katho' 
""0, 193; Leah (.' Harwo^d), 92 ■'Lettuce" 
1^1 ; Loui,a Blanche, 278; Lydia. 93 194' 

< \ \ ' ,^^^'y (■ '^°''^^0. 193 ; Matilda 195 
Michael, 192; Richard, 191, 9> 193 Rob' 
herd 11,3 ; Ruth, 194, 195; Samuel ti m'- 

Jl.. 1).L.. 192: Wilham, Lord Howard of 



2(10 ; 



E fling- ham 
//out; (J(j. 
Howe, Ro^ei, GC. 
Jlowes, Edwardi, 24."; 
Howgeg^ow. John, 74 
Howton Benjamin, 255 ; Hannah, 138 
n I 'J^f'^'^^-' ^^'illiam, 138. 
Huband, Anne, 294 ; John -^45 

294 ; Thomas, 294. 
Hubbald, James, 51 ; Mrs 51 
Hubbard, John, 113; Mary, li;^ 
Hubberticld, Mary, (15 
/A«r/..v, 221. ^ ' 

Hacks, Joscpli, 221 ; Sarali, 221. 



191, ll»3. 

Richard, 245. 

Jane, 
Richard, 2i5. 



224. 
Henry, 09, 



Huckstep ElizabotJi, 224 ; Thomas, 
Hudson, Ann, (i|; Elizabeth, ]7G- 

110; Mary, 110; _ jy^ ' 

Hujrgin-, Mary, 138; William, 138. 

u-r«in.s, Ann, 141 ; l.;ii.sai)cth, 181. 

m'lV)""/ "^fv|:''i«^'V' ••''.'; lClisaboth,30, 
I' A 182; Jacob, 58; John, .30, (15, 112 ] 38 • 
Margaret, I,S3; Mary, 30, 58, (15, 112; 'Ma"; 



INDEX OF NAMES. ,,1 



329 



Ann. 2B8; Mercy, 181 ; Sarah, IIJB ; 'I'honms, 
;iO, 181, 18:{ ; William, i;5(l. 
Hull, Ann, L"J ; John, '27; Mary, 27; William, 

Ihilton, Charlotte Frances Mona, 121 ; Licut.- 
Colonel Ilcnry, 121. 

Humbert, King of Italy, 210. 

liutnphrnj {Humfri'ij), 2r,8. 

Humphrey, Frances, 258; Mary, G4, ft.'*;, Rich- 
ard, G4 ; Rev. Willm. Green, 258 ; (.»r Hum- 
frey), William, 258. 

Humphry, Elisab., 112. 

Hunsdon, Henry. Lord, 185. 

Hunt, Abraham, L'i) ; Alicia, 29.') ; Ann,' G4, 112, 
221 ; Anna, 247 ; Anne, 2!), 294 ; Charles, 85 ; 
Elisabeth, (52, 110, 245; Ellenora, 247, 293; 
Henr., 245; Henrici, 292; Henricus, 292; 
Henry, 224 ; Isabel, 292 ; Jana, 240 ; Joha., 
293; Johes., 247; Johis., 240; John, 20, 03, 
110. 294 ; Martha. 85 ; Mary, 20, 27, 55, 138, 
224 ; Patience, 111; Philip, G4 ; Richard, 55 ; 
Richardi, 295 ; Robert, 13S ; Sarah, 29, 03,04 ; 
Stephen, 221; Susanna, 03; Tho., 240, 247, 

2 IS, 293; Thomus, III, 2 K), 292; Thomasin, 

03 ; William, 294 ; — , 3. 
Hunter, Anne, 152 ; — , 8, 9, 170. 
Ihinthujdon, A'nrl of, 10!). 

Huntingdon, Theophilus (Hastings), Earl of, 

109. 
Huntingford, Eliz., 170. 
Huntington, William Herbert, Earle of, 19. 
lluntlcii, Karl of, 223. 
Huntley, Catherine Anne, wife of Earl-, 223 ; 

Karl of, 223 ; Edward, 292 ; Mary, 182 ; 

Sarah, 179; Tho., 295. 
Huntly, The Marquesses of, 133. 
Hurleton, Anne, 54 ; Nicholas, 54. 
Hurry. Mary, 141 ; Sarah, 111. 
Hurt, Elisabeth, 182 ; Mary, 27, 110. 
Husband, Sir Jo., 201. 
Ilussey (Huzzey or Huzzy), Anne, 93 ; Jane, 

145; John, 1'45 ; Leonard, 145. 
Hussy, Ann, 1 13. 
Hu.stler, Elizabeth, 2. 
Hutchens, Frances, 2SS. 
Hutchinson, Anne, 290; Governor, 188; Mai-y, 

3!>. 
Hutson, Catherine, 112 ; Henry, 20 ; Mary, 20. 
Hutton, A. Wollaston. 3(i ; —,77, 79, 249. 
Ilyih; 2. 

Ilydo. Eli.sabeth, 183; Thomas, 183. 
Hyo, Kliznbcth, 287 ; William, 287. 
Hyndes, Hester, 83; Lydia, 111. 
Hysted, xMary, 28. 



lago, Ann Cory, 33 ; Ann Esther. 33 ; Isabella, 
33 ; William, 33 ; William Woodhead, 33. 

lanson, Lady, 90. 

Ibbotson, Klisabeth, 62. 

/hi/nirr, 208. 

ll)gravo, iMargiiret, 208 ; William. 208. 

Icklyngton, Lady (Abbess) of, 197. 

Idenden, Anthony, 183 ; Carolina, 183. 

Igglesden, Charles, 1 15, 

Iggulden, Charles, 158. 

Iliewicz, Alexander Robert, 47. 

Ingoldesby, Catharine Jane, 282 ; Ricliard, 
282. 

VOL. IV., SKItlKS 111. 



Invill, Ann, 01. ',':' ;;,.., > [\ 

J rein III/, Hn) jA. 

Ireland, Johes., 248. 

Ishuin, — , 90. 

Isles, Luce, Countess of tho, 10. 

Isred, Mary, 225. 

Italy, Humbert, King of, 210. 

Ives, Anne, 140; Antho., 140; Anthony, 146; 

Antony. 146 ; Catharine, 234 ; Judith, 140 ; 

Marie, 140; Mary, 140; Rachel, 140 ; Robert, 

234 ; William, 140. 
Izaacke, — ,8. ; 

Izard, Mrs. Ralph, 110. 



iU- 



Jacamin, Martha, 72. 

Jacka, Thomasine, 231. 

Jackman, Charlotte Augusta, 232. 

Jackmar, Klisabeth, 225. 

Jackmoor, Elisabeth, HI ; William, 111. 

Jackson, 135, 221. 

Jackson, Ales, 280 ; Canon, 151 ; Rt. Rev. 

Charles, Bishop of Kildare, 221 ; Eliz., 195 ; 

Frederick William, 135 ; George, 134 ; Henry, 

140; John, 178: Josiah, 01 ; iMary, (H, 178; 

Mary Joanna Riminaldi, 135 ; Peter, 135 ; 

Prosper, 135 ; iSarah, 140, 221 ; Thomas, 195 ; 

Wm., 280. 
Jakeman and Carver, 70. 
James, m. 
James, Alice (.'), 229; Ann, 240; Cath., Ill ; 

(,'atherino, 203; Cornelius, 182; John, 240; 

John Webb, 00; Susanna, 182. 
James I., King of England, 153. 
Janot or Jacob, Mathieu, 190. 
Janssen, Ann, 248; Catherine Anne, 249; Sir 

Theodore, Bart., M.P., 248; William, 248; 

Williamza, 248, 249. 
Jaques or Jacquss, Anne, 38 ; Elisabeth, 38, 92 ; 

Elizabeth, 38, 92 ; Esther, 92; John, 38, 92; 

William, 38. 
Jaquis, John, 22 ; Richard, 22. 
Jarret, lienjamin, 225 ; Charlotte, 59 ; John, 

221 ; ISIargaret, 225 ; Susanna, 224. 
Jarrett, Mary, 181. 
Jarves, Susannah, 02 ; Thomas, 02. 
Jarvis, Ann, 05. 

Jeacock, Mary, lo ; Samuel, 15. 
Jeafl'reson, Eliza, 88 ; Dr. William, 88. 
Joal, Klisabeth, 221. 
Jell'ery, Andrew, 177 ; Ann, 111 ; Bartholomew, 

170 ; Elizabeth, 177 ; Henry, 02 ; John, 111 ; 

Mary, 02, 111 ; Molesworth, 170; Robert, 111 ; 

Sarah, 140; Hon. Wilhelmina, 170. 
Jefferys, Ann, 30 ; George, 30. 
Jeffreys, Edmund, 273 ; Marian Isabel Sarah, 

273. 
Jeffries, Jane, 61 ; Thomas, 01. 
Jempson, Eliz., 279 ; Elizabeth, 279 ; Margarett, 

279 ; William, 279. 
Jeneings, Elizabeth, 108. 
Jenkins, Alicia, ISO ; Dinah, 290 ; Mr., 296. 
Jc/ikinsoJi, 222, 223. 

Jenkinson, Charles Cecil Cope, Earl of Liver- 
pool, 277 ; Mary, 222, 223 ; Sir Robert, Bart., 

222, 223 ; Selina Charlotte, Viscountess Mil- 
ton, 277. 
Jon n(!r, John, 183; Mary, 183. 
Jeun(!y, Sir Arthur, 106; Ilclon, lOG. 
F F 



330 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOOICA ET IIEIIALDICA. 



,Ionnin;,'s, Eli/ahoth, i:il ; James, IHU; Miirtlia, 
110; i\l:u-y, 110, iiil); Stophcii, 5.S ; Vincent, 
110; AVilliam, IIU ; — , 58. 

Jenor, Sara, li. 

Jophson. Sir Richard Mountnoy, Bart., (17. 

Joriiy, I'raiiciH, 10,?. 

.lonisaleni, 111. Itev. Miohaol Solomon Alexan- 
der, D.l)., l.st I'rotestant IJishop of, 4S ; \l\.. 
Kev. Joseph llarclay, D.D., LL.D., Itrd An-jli- 
can liishop of, 4S ; lit. Kev. Samuel Gobat, 
D.D., Anglican Di.shop of, 48. 

Jessop, Alice, 182 ; Dorothy, 138 ; Elizabeth, 
121 ; Jane, 30; Mary, 182 ; liev. 11. F., 121. 

Jestup, Catherine, li2 ; I'astwater, (J2. 

Jesup, Mary, 30. 

Jeves, John, 30 ; JIary, IW. 

Joyes, Elis., (13. 

Jeyton, Mr., 2i)(;. 

Jhenkins, Aliis, 287 ; Anne, 287 ; Harry, 287. 

Jinks, Elisabeth, 17i.i. 

Jirmy, Anne, 18(j ; John, 180. 

Joachim, Martha, 2'J8 ; William, 298. 

Joanes, Thomas, 10. 

Job, Ann, 170. 

John, King of England, 45, 76. 

Jghnson, Carnegy, 30 ; Edward. 130 ; Elisabeth, 
03, 139; Mary, 20, 29, 177; Robert, 182; 
Sarah, 03, 05, 182; Susanna, 113; Thomas, 
177 ; Rev. Thos., 51 ; William, 03, 113. 

Johnsoime, Elizabeth, 294 ; Uiehard, 294. 

Johnston, Caroline Margaret, 274 ; Francis .1., 
274 ; Cenerul, 222 ; James, 130 ; John Bowes, 
89 ; Sir William, Bart., 297. 

Johnstone, Anne Janet, 130 ; W. G., 130. 

Jolly, Eli/.abeth. 103. 

Jomas, Judith, 39. 

Jomet, Mary, 194. 

Joncourt, .<tre De Joncourt. 

Jones, Alice, 216 ; Ann, 142 ; Anna Maria, 274 ; 
Anne Louisa Hcywood, 275, 277 ; Arthur 
Heywood, 275 ; Benjamin Heywood, 271 ; 
Benjamin Noel ITeywood, 275 ; Caroline, 158 ; 
Elisabeth, 30, 180. 224 ; Elizabeth, 274 ; lOli/a- 
beth Anne, 274 ; Emma, 274 ; Dr. Evan, 142 ; 
Ceorgiiia, 274; llurriette, 274; Hugh, 274 ; 
Hugh Heywood, 275 ; Hugh LongueviUe 
Henry, 274; John, 03; Colonel John, 29U ; 
John Paul, 1 10 ; Joseph, 145 ; Katherine Hey- 
wood, 274 ; Llewellyn Heywood, 275 ; Louisa 
l'',lizabeth, 274 ; l^largaret, 274 ; Martha, 110; 
Mary, 110, 145, 193,' 290; Mary Ellen, 274 ; 
l\lary Venetia Heywood, 274 ; OliviT Hey- 
wood, 275 ; Owen, 20O ; Raul, 228 ; Richard, 
110; Richard Heywood, 274; Hon. RoKti, 
158 ; Samuel, 1 10 ; Sarali, 03 ; Susanna, 29 ; 
Thomas, 210; Woulston, 29; ncr also Hey- 
wood Jones. 

Jope, Rev. John, 130. 

Jordan (Joiirdan or Jordan), Amelia, 40 ; Ann, 
40, 111, 180; Anne. 40; Elisabeth, 04, 111, 
112, 224; Eliza, 271; Frances, 03; George, 
40; George William, 40; Hannah, 182 ; Isaac, 
04 ; Jane, 05 ; John, 180 ; Mary, 01, 9o, 1 13, 
137 ; St. George, 40; St. Jolni,40; Susmna, 
180; Tiiomas, 40, 112, 271. 

Joseph, D. C, 88 ; Eli/.abeth, 88. 

Joyce, B. I'lcydell, 130; l-llisab., 139; R., 130. 

Joyiicr, Mary, 181. 

Jude. Barbara, 27 ; Jane, 179, 220. 

Judge, Klisabeth, 225 ; Jane, 181. 

Judgs, Lydia, 139; Thomas, 139. 



Juds, Mary, 141 ; William, 141. ' 

Judson, ElUiu, 2()5. 

.Juggins, Joanna, 210. ,: .-f: 

.luko. Dr., 200. . ■ 

Julyan, Jane, 230 ; N. B., 230. 

.Inry, Ann, 141 ; CHare, 137; Edward, 02, 137; 
llauuah, 112. 180; John, 141, 180; Mary, 02, 
137; Sarah. 01 ; Thomas, 137; Walter, 112. 

Juxon, — , 108. 



Kaile, .leo Le Kaile. 

K'ay, T., 88. 

Kaye, John E., 270 ; Marjorie Helen, 270. 

Kedington, Ambrose, 3. 

Kedwell, Mary, 183. ' ' . ;'■■.■ 

Keeble, William, 74. 

Keelar, Elisabeth, 112. 

Keene, Mary, 193. 

Keith, Rev. A., 41 ; Agnes. 121 ; Agnes Joanna, 

121 ; John, 121. 
Kelham, Deborah, 98. 
Kellett, Francis. 108 ; Honoria, 108. 
Kellie, John, 225 ; Sarah, 225. 
l\elway, Giles,. 289. 
Kemblay. Hannah. 27 ; Thomas, 27. 
Kemp,' Ann, 05 ; Jane, 2S ; Thomas, 05. 
Kempe, P.arbara, 102; liartholomew, 102. 
Kemsley, Margaret, 183 ; William, 18,3. 
Ar/Kiy, 17. 

Kencher, Mary, 02 ; William, 02. 
Kendall, Sarah, 212; —,212. 
Kennard, Mary, 1 13. 
Kennedy, David, 101 ; Henrietta Whitefoord. 

101 ; Rob. Henrietta, lOl. 
Kenneth, I'ishop White, 70. 
Kennett, Bishop, 204. 
Kent, Ann, 108: Charles, 108; Margaret, 143 ; 

Mixry, 108 ; William, 168 ; — , 70. 
Kentelisbeare, xcc De Kentolisbearo. 
Kenward, Jolni, 29 ; Mary, 30 ; Thomas. 30. 
Kenyon, Elizabeth. 121 ; .lames, 121. 
Keppel, Ceorge. Viscount Bury (afterwards 

Earl of Albemarle), 22ii ; William-Anne, Earl 

of Albemarle, 22(;. 
Ketch, Eliz,, 171 ; Henry, 171 ; Mary, 171 ; Wil- 
liam, 171. 
Ketchaside or Catelia-^ide, I'raneis, 170; John, 

170 ; Phobe, 170. 
Kettle, Mary, 244 ; Sir Rupert, 244. 
Keys, John, 145 ; Susanna, 145. 
Kidney, Tabitha, 221. 
Kildare, lU. llev. Charles Jackson, Bishop of, 

Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh, lit. llev. Thomas 

Carson, LL.D., Bishop of, 120. 
Kilwarden. Lord, 191. 
Kinch, William, 80. 
King, Ann, 127; Elisab., 139; Elisabeth, 141, 

220: Gregory, York Herald, 97 ; James, 131 ; 

.lohri, 182, 199; Mary, 111, 182; Mrs., 4'l ; 

Sir Peter, 178; I'riseillar, 1.31 ; Sarah, 225. 
King Charles I. of i'lnglaud, Oo, 280. 

ng Charles II. of I'higland, 75, 1()!), 245. 

ng Edward 1. of Ihigland, 70. 

ng Kdward II. of Kngland, 100. 

ng Kdward IV. of England, 11. 

iv^ Edward VI. of England, 259. 

ng Ceorge II. of England, 215. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



831 



Kintr GcorR-e III. of England, r^, IM\, 187, 237. 

King IK'urv I. of England, 70. 

Kin-- Homy III. of Kn-rland, 15. 

Kiui-- Henry Vll. of lui-land, i!l, -J^^i^. 

Kiw^ iirno' VIM. of fin-land, I'.i, i(i(i. 

Kin-- lIunihtirL of Italy, lMO. 

Kin-- James 1. of J*hij;lan(l, ir>;i. 

King Jobu of ]<]ng-land, 15, 7(i. 

King Louis XIII. of France, 77. 

King Louis XIV. of France, :iUL'. 

King Philip V. of Spain, ;i02. 

iving Richard III. of England, 75. 

King NV'illiam the Conqueror, Id, 17. 

King William Uufus of England, 17. 

King William III. of England, 1. 

Kinge, .\bbot, KUi ; — , Hi(>. 

Kingsnorth, Ann, ISO; Daniid, IS'.); Hannah, 

17il ; JIary, Lii), IS'J, 225 ; Sarah, 112. 
V;in-s\vorth, John. i;}ll; Mary, Li'.). 
Kipi)ing, Elizabeth, 02. 
Kirby, Eli/.abeth, 15 ; Margaret, 2:!.'{ ; Margaret 

Dorothy, 233 ; Margarett, 2:!3 ; Mary, 233 ; 

Nicholas, 233 ; liobert. 23:) ; Thomas. 15 ; 

William, 233. 
A'irfon, 211. 

Kirton, Dorothy, 211 ; Stephen, 211. 
Ivitchingham, Martha, 2fU. 
Knaji]), Mary, 127. 
A'lUL-rt, 150.' 
Knevet or Knyvet, Alice, 150 ; Anne, 150 ; 

lOleanor, 150; Eli/.abeth, 150; Sir Henry, 

150; Isabel, 150; .loane, 150; John, 150; 

Sir John, 1 50. 
Kncvett, I'llizabeth, l(i3 ; Sir Thomas, 1(33. 
Knight, 280. 
Knight, Elisabeth. 22(1 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; Henry, 

2S0 ; Ca]itain lames M., 35; l\Iary, (M, (15, 

22(1 ; Nicholas, 2!) ; i'atieut, 21» ; llichard, (;5 ; 

Susanna, 111 ; Tiiomas, (11 ; Winifred, 280. 
A ///>//'/'/'•//, 223. 

Kniglitley. Henrietta Maria, 223; Valentine, 223. 
Kniveton, Frances, 2(11 ; lit. lion. Lady Frances, 

2S3 : Sir Gilbert, 2(il ; Sir Gilbert, Bart., 153, 

283 ; Mary, 153. 
Knock, Mary, 110. 
Knoll, Mary, IK). 
hunt I, 2h;. 

KnutU Margaret, 2 Hi ; — , 2I(). 
Kuottesfi.rd, Mr., 2>sl. 

Knowldeii. .\n(,liony, 183; ISenjamin, 183 ; Elisa- 
beth, IS3 ; Susauiui, IS3, 
KnowK's, Sir Fran., 2(ii) ; .iano. 2(15 ; Judith, 

212 ; Let ice, 2(iO. 
Kydinor, Sir Gwyn, Lord of Cardigan, 16. 
Kyghite, Elisabeth, 30 ; I'oter, 30. 
Kyng ((/• King, Alan or Adam, 51 ; Elizabeth, 

':>\ ; John, 1117. 



L'Estrange-Malone, Frances Mary, 278 ; Rev, 

Savile Kichard William. 278. 
L'Kvcque, Eli.sabeth, 111. 
Lacy, Elisabeth, ISI ; Samuel, LSI; sceidsoDo 

Lacv. 
l,;.dlaooke, Mr.. 2.^1, 
liuforey, ('olonel John, 181. 
Lake, .\nne, 2U ; Elisabeth, 2'.); Olivo, 181; 

Thomas, 2i), 181 ; Sir Thomas, 20. 
Lalau, Jacob, 80. 



Lamb, Anne, lOll; Elisabeth, (55; Sarah, 62, 

111; Thomas, (JS ; William, 100. 
Lambcr, Abraham, 302. 
Lambert. .\nn .\lderson. 255 ; Edward, 255. 
I.n,inbt(in, Lady Emily Augusta, 278 ; John 

(leoigt^, 1st Earl of Durham, 278 ; Lady Louisa 

l']li/.abcth, CountChis of Durham, 278 ; William 

I Icnry, 31. 
Lamkin, Eli.sabeth, 282 ; William, 282. 
Lampard, John, 137; Mary, 137. 
Lanbadarn Vawr, Odin Owen, liibhop of, 16. 
Lancaster, John of Gaunt, Duke of, 17 ; Judith, 

21 ; :\Iary, 181 ; Robert, 181 ; Roger, 21. 
lianchester, Mai-y, 183; Thomas, I S3. 
Landor, Caroline, 284 ; Charles Savage, 284 ; 

Elizabeth Savage, 284; Ellen, 281 ; Henry 

Eyres, 284; Rev, John, 284; Maria, 284; 

Mary Anne, 284; Mr.. 284; Sirs., 284; Ro- 
bert Eyres, 284 ; Walter Savage, 284. 
Laiir, 213. 
Lane, Alis, 12!) ; Elizabeth, 213 ; Frances, 183 ; 

Henry, 213; John, 225 ; Mary, 211; Susanna, 

225 ; Sir Thomas, 211. 
Lang, Hugh Morris, 270 ; John, 132 ; Katherine 

Graham, 276. 
Luiujhdiii ^ 131. J 

Langham, Odoardi, 134. ' 
Langlev, Jane, 145; Joanna, 13; John, 199; 

Pviehard, 13; —,55, 124. 
Langmoie, Edward, 68. 
Laiirimaiulaye, l']lizabeth, 250; Francis, 250; 

Henry, 250; Jane, 250; Marie, 250; I'eter, 

250 ; Fctcr Henry Alexander, 250. 
Lai-dner, Aylmer, 3'J ; Mary, 3'J ; Thomasine 

Jlary, 3!) ; William, 39. 
Larkin. Elisabeth, 179; Jane, 111; Michael, 

179; William, 111. 
Larking, J.dm, 183; Mary, 183. 
Larrens. Joseph, 03 ; Tlioniasin, 03. 
I.asrrlirs, 150. 
Laseellcs ('/• Lasselles, Margaret, 150 ; Lady 

.Maiy Anne, 275 ; Matilda, 151 ; — , 150, 151. 
Lash, .Mary. 110. 
Lashly, Sarah. 29. 
Last, Elizabeth, 3 ; John, 3 ; Matthew (? Martha), 

■II ; Samuel, 3. 
Lai ham (liathan m- Lathom), Edward, 41 ; 

Hannah, II ; John. II ; Rachel, 41 ; Samuel, 

•1 1 ; Thomas, 11. 
Latiuu-r, .lohn Nevill, Lord. 1. 
Latimer and Duinblnn, Viscount, 1 pi.; xcc 

Leeds. Duke of. 
].at,>,i, 151. 

Latymer. Dorothy, 20 ; Lord, 20. 
Laugher, Isabella, 293 ; Wilhni., 293. 
Lavender, John. 112; Sarah, 112. 
jMvhigton.m^. 
Lavington, Rev. G., 39 ; Jane, 209 ; Richard, 

209. 
J^aiv, 215. 

Law, Catherine, 215 ; John, 215. 
Laweher. Henr., 215 ; Henry, 294 ; Roger, 245 ; 

Willm., 293. 
Lawley. Sir Robert, 28-L 
Lawrance, Kath., 04 ; Susanna, 139. 
Lawrence, Robert John Grows. 301. 
Lawton. Elisabeth, 220 ; William, 226. 
Lavliiu, Kev. W. E., F.S.A., 22, 70, 100, 184,205, 

259. 290, 302. 
Lo Railly, Mary, 77, 78, 79 ; l^lathieu, 79 ; 

Matthew, 77. 



332 



:miscellanea genealogica et heualdica. 



'01 



Lo IJrun do Riciix, Catherine, 100; iHabeim, 
I'.H); Joan, I'.H) ; Joane, r.»() ; Magdalen, I'M); 
(iiliti.s lliuii), IMaLlhow, ][)(); — , I'M. 

Lo <<nuul, Mario, 77, SO. 

Lo Kailo, IIiuni>hroy, 7 ; Mabila, 7. 

Leaky or Loakie, Anno, 231 ; George, 234 ; 
James, 23-1; Jane, 231; John, 234; Lewis, 
234 ; Mary, 231 ; Thomas, 234 ; William, 
234. 

Leaver, Jano, 224 ; Samuel, 224. 

Leckio, David, 121 ; licv. Thomas, 221. . 

Lcdf^er, Elisabeth, 27 ; Martha, 03 ; Sarah, 40 ; 
Thomas, G.3. 

Lee, 214. 

Lee, Anne, 50, 282 ; Edward, 135 ; Esther 
Maria, 135; l<'rances. <)3, 214; George, 282; 
James, 237 ; Mary, 237 ; Mr.. 4'J ; Mrs., 49 ; 
llichard, 135 ; Kobert, 214. 

Leedos, Edward lluokes, 271 ; Jane, 271. 

Lcn/n, Duke of, 1 andy>^. 

Leeds, Elisab., 113; Isaac, 113; Sarah, 226; 
Thomas, K.G., Duke of, also Marquis of Car- 
marthen, Earl of Danby, Viscount Latimer 
and Dumblan, Baron Osborne, 1 and/;?. 

Leeney, Daniel, 2S ; Susannah, 28. 

Lees, Edith Annie, 87 ; George Robinson, 87 ; 
Mary, 285 ; Victor Robinson, 87. 

Legard, Cliarlotte Henrietta, 209 ; Henry Wil- 
loughby, 2()'J ; — , 104, 240. 

Legate, Thomas, 71. 

Leicester, Henry, 100. 

Lvhjh, 218. 

Leigh, Alice, 2C0, 2G1 ; Anne, 218 ; Sir J., 218 ; 
Sir Tho., 260. 

Leight, Georg., 247 ; Georgii, 247 ; Richus., 
248. 

Lehjhton, 223. 

Leighton, Lieut.-General Francis, 223 ; Jane, 
223; Margaret, 121. 

Leiningen-Westerburg, Count Zu, 76. 

Leith, Alexander, M.P., 243 : John, 243, 

Leiuvy, Elisab., 138; George. 138. 

Lent, Edward, 29; Elisabeth, 180; Elizabeth, 
29; Judith. 183; Mary, 65; William, 65, 
1S3. 

Loiijier, Ann, 112; Elisab., Ill; Mary, 65; 
Thomas, 1 12. 

Losingliam, Gourgiana, 101 ; Lucy (afterwards 
Slmldun), 104 ; Samuel (afterwards Sheldon), 
Kil. 

Lusly, Lucy, 229. 

Lesow (Leasow oi- Losow), Margaret, 233 ; 
Xicholas, 146,233; Sarah, 146. 

Lester, Jane, HI ; Roljert, Earl of, 260, 261, 
263; Sarah, 113. 

Lestrange, Anne. 213 ; Sir N., 213. 

Leton al'mx Taylor, Alice, 53 ; Margaret, 53 ; 
Thomas, 53 ; William, 53. 

Lett, Anne, 292 : (.w Leott), John. 236 ; Mary, 
236. 

Leuiston or Lcueston, Katherino, 263 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 263. 

Levesou, Kt. Hon. Lady Katharine, 283 ; Kathe- 
rino, 261 ; Sir Rich., 261 ; Sir Richard, 283. 

Levelt, Sarah, 61. 

Leving, Elizabeth, 56 ; Timothy, 56. 

Levinge, Thomas, 155. 

Lewis, Eleanor, 226 ; Emily, 159 ; Major George, 
159; Dr. James, 104 ; Lucy, 104 ; Mary, 64 ; 
Rachel, 140 ; Sir Timon (/ Simon), 178, 

Lcwkiior, 151. 



Lichfield, Rt. Rev. — Lonsdale, Bishop of, 275, 

Lidgett (Ledgit or Lidget), Amy Maria, 92 j 
John, 92 ; Maria, 92 ; Mary, 92 ; Samuel, 92 ; 
Sarah, 92 ; William, 92. 

Lidgould, Susanna, 90 ; Thomas, 90. 

Lidwell, Mary, 180; William Haines, 180. 

Ligborn, Elisabeth, 224 ; Joseph, 224. 

Lillie, Anne, 6. 

Lilly, ]']lisabeth, 62, 65 ; Thomas, 65. 

Limbrey or Limbcry, Grace, 129. 

Limeburner, Mrs., 97, 98. 

Lindsay, Robert, 201, 202. 

Lindsey, Katherine, 23 ; Katheryne, 28 ; Tho- 
mas, 23. 

Ling, Elisabeth, 180 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; John, 
44. 

Link, Eliz., 27 ; Mary, 224 ; Thomas, 224, 

Linly, Rose, 81 ; William, 81. 

Lion. Ann, 112; John, 112. 

Lisharne, Earl find Viscount, 245. 

Lisburne, John, 2nd Viscount, 245 ; Wilmot, 
1st Earl of, 245 ; Wilmot, 2nd Earl of, 245 ; 
Wilmot, 3rd Viscount, 245 ; Wilmot, 4th Vis- 
count, 245. 

Lishenden, Susannah, 28. 

List, William, 71. 

Little, George, 257 ; Hannah, 224 ; John, 224 ; 
John Hornby, 257 ; Louisa, 257 ; Tabitha, 
224. 

Liverpool, Catherine, Countess of, 223 ; Charles, 
Earl of, 223 ; (Charles Cecil Cope, 3rd Lord 
Hawkesbury and Earl of, 277; Julia Kvelyn 
Medley, Countess of, 277. 

Lloyd, Elizabeth, 101 ; Isaac, 141 ; J., 284 ; 
Mary, 141; Jlrs., 284; S. L., 136; Thomas, 

101 ; General Vaughan, 136. 
Lluellin, Hanah, 174. 

Loader, Andrew, 30 ; Ann, 179 ; Mary, 30. 

Lock, 148, 149. 

Lock, Anne, 204 ; Elizabeth, 42, 43, 149 ; George, 

204 ; John, 149. 
Lockett, Ann, 112. 
Loch hart, 31. 
Lockhart, Annabella Crauford, 102 ; James, 

102; Hon. James, 31 ; General James Count, 

102 ; JMathihla, 31. 
Locksley, I'enelope, 107. 
Lockwood, Francis, 203. 

Loe (Low or Lowe), Anne, 201; David, 204; 

Dennis, 201 ; Edmond, 204 ; Elisabeth, 204 ; 

Klizabeth, 204 ; Frances, 204 ; Francis, 204 ; 

Hosea, 204 ; Obadiah, 204 ; Will., 204. 
London, Audrey, 14 ; Edward, 61 ; Dr. Jackson, 

Bishop of, 118; John Aylmer, Bishop of, 

166; Mary, 61 ; Sarah, 110. 
Long, Alice, 241 ; Ann, 137 ; Elisab., 138 ; 

I.sabel, 241 ; William, 241. 
Longley, Ann, 61 ; James, 26 ; Jane, 26 ; Mar- 
garet, 111. 
Longly, Mary, 29 ; William, 29. 
Lonsdale, Anna Maria, 275 ; Rev. Henry Gylby, 

275 ; — , Bishop of Lichfield, 275. 
Lord. Sarah, 15. 
Lort, Rogeri, 134. 

Lott, Sarah, 112, 141, 179 ; William, 112, 141. 
Loubier, Catherine Elizabeth, 249 ; Charles, 

250 ; Elizabeth, 250 ; Matthew, 249. 
Loud, Mary, 63. 

Louder, Elisab., 137; William, 137. 
Loudon, Ann, 131. 
Loudwell, Mary, 137. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



333 



Loufrey, Anne, 235. 
Louis XIIL, King of France, 77. 
Louis XIV., Kintr of France, 302. 
Love. Perfi^-rine, 72 ; Sarah, 22o ; Tho., 24. 
Lovcjoy, 1). i;., lit. 
Londl, Itia. 

Lovell, Jiiizaboth, IG,") ; IMawclo, \(m \ Sir Ro- 
bert,, 1().'). 
Loverid-fe, Mary, 183; William, 183. 
Linrtt, 208. 

Lovett, Anne, 208 ; William, 208. 
Lowe, Rev. Edward Jackson, 270 ; Eliza, 101 ; 

Florence JIary Tottinyhani, 270: Sam., lol ; 

Sarah, 101. 
Lowes or Lower, Mary, 221. 
Lowth, Rev. — , 4i). ... 

Loy, Barbara, 2i0 ; Hev. James, 240. 
Loyd, James, 102; John Peter. 102; Thomas, 

102. 
Luard, Elizabeth, 51) ; Colonel John, 50. 
Lubbock, Charles, 137; Sir John, Bart., 137; 

John William, M.P., 137. 
Lucas, Daniel, 63 ; Judith, (>3 ; Mary, 38 ; 

Mary .Magdalen, 78 ; Peter, 78. 
Luckerst, Elisabeth, 05. 
Lucy, Susan, 105 ; Timothy. 105. 
Luders, Ca])tain Theodore, (!(). 
Ludlow, Catherine m- Catherina, 1 72 ; Henry, 

172. 
Ludwell, Sarah, 145. 
Luff, Elisabeth, 64 ; Robert, (;4. 
Lulcook, Hannah, 140; Humphrey, 140. 
Lulham, Ann, HO ; Jane, 113 ; Sarah, <i4. • 
Lupus, 150. 

Lupus, Earl of Chester, 150. 
Lussenden, Elisabeth, G4. 
Lusty, Elizabeth, DO ; James, 90 ; John, !»0 ; 

John Thomas, i)0 ; Joseph, DO ; Joshua, UO ; 

Mary, 'JO ; Rebekah, i)0 ; William, DO. 
Lutwych, Charlotte Jane, 212 ; Henry, 242. 
Lynch, (ireen, 70. 
Lynn, Anne, 145. 
Li/nnr, 150. 

Lynne, Alice, 150; William, 150. 
Lyon, John, l'J7. 
Lyons, M., 47. 
Lysons, — . 10. 

Lyster, Christiana, 51 ; William, 51. 
Lytic or Lytton, Elimboth, l(i4 ; Ellen, 104; 

Thomas, Mil. 
LyMeUoii, Anno, 70 ; Sir Cilbort, 7(i. 
Lijf (iut, 213. 
Lytton, Frances, 213; Sir Rowland, 213; Sir 

Thomas, 104 ; — , KU. 



M 



MacAdam, Mary, 1 7!l ; Ricliard, 17'.». 
Macauley, Francis Campbell, 31, 00, 1)1), 133, 
Macbean, William, 133. 
Macdonald, Ann, 113; Hugh Edward Robert, 

135; Cenorai tlie Hon. .lames W. B., C.B., 

208; Mary .Solina lloiioria, 208. 
JMaodugwoll, Kli/.abeth, 38. 
Macgowan, l)r. I'ldward. 80. 
Maoliaiii, — , 2i!». 
Machcll, lOmina, 2i>',) ; Kov. (^anou Richard 

Beverley, 20!). 
Machey, C!atherine, 302 ; Su/.anne, 302. 
Mackonsie, William, 32. 



Mackenzie, James, 182; Hon. James Archibald 

Stuart Wortley, 300 ; Louisa Stuart Har- 

court. 300; Mary, 182. 
Maclean, Lieut.-General Lauchlan, 68 ; Mary, 

58, 08. 
MiuMuunara, Arthur, 150. 

Madden, Anne, 222 ; .John, 222. , ', 

Rlad^^et or Mad^-ott. Saniuel, 23. 
iMadrid, Joseph Fernandez, 25fi. ., ,,, 

.Ma^S^s, Sarah, 127. ,, ' ' ■ 

Magovern, I'hilip, M.D., 07. 
uMain, Elizth., 131. 
.Maister, Emily, 273 ; John, 273. 
Maitland, Susannah, i)7 ; William, [)7. 
.Major, — , 1)8. 
Jlalcolm, Clementina, 255 ; Vice-Admiral Sir 

I'ulteney, K.C.H., 255. 
Malinnj, 210. 

i\Iallory, Mary, 210 ; Nicolas, 210. 
Maloue, net- L'Estrange-Malone. 
.Malsden, Mary, 144 ; Tho., 144. 
Maltyward, Frances or i\Iary, 149 ; Geoffrey, 

149. 
Mamreor, Constantine Samuel Finkenstein, 89. 
I\Ian, Edward, 71. 

:Manclerk, Ann, 02 ; Arthur, 62. ^-.. .,„ , ,. ,, 
Mane.stie, Agnes, 140 ; Sprig, 146, " ' '*"' 

Manger, xee FitzManger. 
Man hod, Elizabeth, 85 ; William, 85. 
l\Ianners, Edward, Earl of Rutland, 20 ; Eliza- 

l)eth, 20 ; F., 108. 
Miin.'<ul, Lord, 205 and /iZ. 
Maneel, Anne, 205 ; Hon. Robert, 205 ; Robert 

Stanley, 256 ; Thomas, 2nd Baron Mansel, 

205. 
Mansell, Elizabeth, 163 ; Sir Rob't, 163. 
Manser, John, 61 ; Mary, 6L 
-Mantelow, Hannah, 03 ; Margaret, 112. 
Mantle, lOlisabeth, 183, 225 ; Jemema, 225 ; 

John, 183 ; William, 225. 
Manwaring, John, 225 ; Sarah, 225. 
Majilcsdcn, Elisabeth, 30 ; John, 30. 
Miijilisden, Mary, 02 ; William, 02. 
iMa(]uay. Elizabeth. 99 ; George, 99. 
Marcatstede, Johanni, 113. 
March, PJlizabeth, 105 ; Francis, 105 ; Richard, 

105. 
Marden, John, 138 ; Susanna, 138. 
Marechal, Benjamin, 78. 
Marfeild, Mary, 138. 
Markham, I). William, Lord Archbishop of 

York, 32; Elizabeth Catharine, 32 ; Emily, 118; 

ftlrs., 51 ; Osborne, 51 ; Sarah Goddard, 32. 
]\Iarlborough, — , 90. 
Mar low, Mary, 182. 
Marlton, Deljorah, 85 ; John, 85. 
Marriott, Cyril Herbert, 80; (ieorgo Wliarton, 

08 ; Rev. II., 80 ; Selina, 08 ; Sclina Anne, 

08. 
Miirsh, 109. 
Marsh, Elisabeth, 63 ; Richard, 109 ; Thomas, 

03 ; Sir Thomas, 109. 
•Marshal, Klizabeth, 233. 
Marsluill, Alice, 184; Ami, 137; Emma, 247; 

(;. W., LL.1)., Rouge Croix, 283; Hugh, 90; 

.loaiie in- Jane, Ititt ; Joanna, 210 ; .lolm, 137, 

ISI ; Ketherino, 217 ; Mary, 27 ; Mercy, 139 ; 

lUchard, 217 ; Robti., 247 ; .Susanna, 90, 225 ; 

Susannah, 90; William, 27 ; — , 160. 
Marten, Rebecca, 29 ; Susannah, 74. 
Martial, Alicia, 293. 



334 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOaiCA feT HEUALBICA. 



Miirtitill, Cicilia, 293 ; Katlierina, 293 ; Will- 

iniis., 293. 
Martiu, Anii,30, 112. HO; Charles, 112; Edith, 

231; Elis., 139; Elisab., 139; Elisabeth, 30, 

112, 221; Kli/.abeMi, II; Jamo.s, 179; lU-v. 

.lames, 131 ; .laiio, 2S. I'fS ; .lolm, 29, 71 ; 

(Jenoral .losopli, 22S ; Mary, 2(J, 29, 03, (I.'), I 12, 

225 ; Miles, 178 ; Obadiali, 224 ; Samuel, fi3 ; 

Sarah, 179 ; Susanna, 112 ; Thomas, 20, 3U, 

112; William. 05. 112. 
.Martyr, John, 183 ; Sarah. 183. 
Mason, Allen, 182; Ann, 113,290; Jane, 13S ; 

John, 113 ; Jonathan, 2 ; Martha, 182 ; Rich- 
ard, 290 ; William, 138. 
Massy, Edward, 29 ; Jane, 29. 
blasters, Abraham. ;'>0 ; Jane, 30 ; Margaret, 27 ; 

Mary, 28, ;;o ; Sarah, 03. 
Maston, Katherine, 107; Will'm. 107. 
J7at/icrx,2\\>. 

Mathers, Enphemia, 219 ; St. John, 219. 
Mathew, Kdvvd., 198, 199; Jenett, 19. 
Mathewes, iMaUiias Joli'is, 210. 
Matthews. Barbara, 111; Daniel, 111; Hen- 
wood, 112; Mary, 02, 112; Mr., 281 ; Kebecca, 

181 ; Robert, 02 ; Susanna. 110. 
Maule, John, 51. 
Mawl, Mary, 27. 
Maxey, George, 105 ; — , 105. 
May or JMey, llev. Edward, 101 ; Sir Edward, 

Bart., 101 ; Elisabeth, 180 ; Gabriel, 227; 

George, 180, 225 ; Lidia, HI ; Louise Sabine, 

227 ; Mary, 225. 
Mayle, Ann, 279 ; Hen., 279 ; Henry, 279 ; Jno., 

279 ; John, 279 ; Kathren. 279 ; Marey, 279 ; 

Margrett, 279; Rich', 279; Richard, 279; 

Susanah, 279 ; William, 279. 
Maynard, Mary, 182 ; Richard, 140 ; Sarah, 

140. 
Mazeirac, Antoine, 191; Catherine, 190; .loan 

Francois, l'.»0, 191 ; Jean Louis, 191 ; .Magdo- 

lainc, 191 ; Sara,, 191 ; — , 19U. 
Mr(\(miin, 299. 
McUamon, Julin. 299. 

Mclntyre, K., 130; i.iout. William, R.N., 130. 
MoKnight, John 1>., IK;. 
Mead, Rev. — , 39. 
Ahadr, 219. 

Meade, Abigail. 219 ; Archdeacon, 219. 
]\ie.ath. Lord I'hinke.t, Kishop of, 120. 
Medo, Jane, 205 ; Ni-eholas, 205. 
Modes, Taninris, 110. 
M.ilimrst, Danioi, 27 ; Klis., 27 ; Klisabeth, 03, 

04 ; Mary, 110, 112, 139 ; Sarah, 04 ; 'I'homas. 

04. 
]\Iegit, Catharine, 34 ; John, 34. 
Mellewish, .\nn, 131 . 
Mellors, Eli/.abeth, 98. 
jMraeviii, 151, 

Mennell or Meynell, John, 178. 
Mercer, Alict', 138; Elisabeth, 30; Elizabeth, 

100 ; John, 137 ; Major, 135 ; Mary, 137 ; 

Robert, 30 ; Susanna, 225 ; Thomas, 100. 
Merchant, Ann, 140, 179; Maey, 02; Thomas, 

179. 
Meredith, Dorothy, -24 ; Elisabilh, 01; John. 

224. 
Merit (Merritt, Slerret, or Merrit), Ann, 1 70 ; 

xVnne, 170; John, 170; Joseph, 170; Mary, 

170; Mary Anne, 170 ; Sarah, 170 ; Thomas, 

170. 
Meryny, Llyr, 17. 



Meschines, Maud, 150. 

MeshuUam, John, 89 ; Mary, 47 ; Peter, 47. 

iMessenger, Sarah, 195 ; William, 195. 

Met hold, 211. 

.Metliold, Elizabeth, 211. 
-Mewry, .sv-c Do Mewry. ' ■ ■• 

Meyer, C. Lorfuz, ISS. 

Meynell, Elizabeth, 189; Isack, 189. 

Meyricke, Emily, 273 ; Rev. B., 273. 

Michel, Sarah, 20 ; William, 20. 

Michell, Louisa, 59 ; Itichard, 59. 

Michells or Blitchell, Charles, 177 ; — , 177. 

Jliddlemore, Kichard, 94. 

Middleton, Digby, 7th Lord, 207 ; Digby Went- 
worth Bayard, 9th Lord, 2(i7 ; Eliza Maria, 
Lady, 2(;7 ; Henry, 8th Lord, 207 ; Julia 
Louisa, Lady, 207 ; Thomas. 1st Lord, 200. 

Midland, jNLirgaret, 29 ; William, 29. 

Midleditcb, Mary, 85 ; Thomas, 85. 

]\Iidleton, Elisabeth, 03. 

Milbourne, Jane, 114; Simon, 114, 

Mildmay, Sir Walter, 101 ; — , 104. 

Miles, Mary, 220. 

Milgett, Hannah, 224, 

Millar, Ann, 23; Hugh, 182; Margaret, 182; 
Thomas, 23, 

Miller, Alicia, 179; Edith, 182; Eliz., 171; 
George Core Slaitland, 09 ; John, 181 ; Rev. 
John Castleton, 09 ; Richard, 124 ; L'ev, Rt., 
284, Sarah, 09, 195; Susanna, 181 ; Thomas 
Charles. 195. 

Millet, Edward, 30; Lcttice, 191; Mary, 30; 
William, 191. 

Millingtou, Francis, 12. 

Million, Jane, 2() ; John, 20. 

Mills, Ann, 179; Anne, 27; Anthony, 182; 
Elisab., 139; Elusabeth, 02, 180, 220; Isaac, 
180; John, 139; Margaret, 112; Mary, 02, 
03. 04, 182 ; Richard, 138, 182, 220 ; Susanna, 
138. 

Milno, Janie, .30. 

Milner, Harriet lOlizabcth, 277 ; Harriet Fniily 
Mary, 277 ; Sir William Mordaunt Stnrt, 
Bart., 277, 

Milner-Gibson-Cullum, G., F,S.A., 2. 31, 42, (iO, 
81, 99, 133, 147, 174. 

Milton, Selina t^harlotte, Viscountess, 277 ; 
William Charles, Viscount, 277. 

Milward, Margery, 288. 

Miuett, Joni.lluni, 290 ; Mary K. (!,, 29.), 

Minns, Dorothy, 179; i'llisabeth, 181, 

Minto, Lord, 5S. 

Miny or IMigny, Esay, .302 ; Pierre, 302. 

i\li.s.singham, Sarah, 05 ; Thomas, 05. 

Mis.son, Elisabeth, 1.S3 ; Thomas, 1S3. 

Mitehel (.Mitchell or Michel), Andrew, 97; 
Ann, 140; Anne, 170; Charles, 178; Eliz., 
170; Elizabeth, 170; Frances, 02; Hannah. 
(i3 ; Lady Harriet Isabella Elizabeth, 257 ; 
Hugh Henry, 257 ; Colonel Hugh Henry, 
257; Isaack or Isaac, 173; James, 02, 139; 
.laue, 138 ; John, 101 ; Margaret, 27 ; Mar- 
tha, 139; Mary, 110, 173, 1.S2; Richard, 170; 
Riehd., 170; 4h(.mas, 03, 170. 

Mitchell and Hughes, 153, 188, 304. 

.Mitehener or iMitehiner, Elisabeth, 2o4 ; Eliza- 
beth, 2l)4 ; John, 204 ; William, 204. 

Moblett, Ann, 290; Daniell, 290; Dinah, 290;- 
Margrett, 29() ; llobart, 290; William, 290; 
— , 290. 

Mockett, Elisabeth, 220. 



I i 



i 



INDKX OF NAMKS. 



na5 






.)/.•/,,•>>. -Jis. -Jl;*. 

.Moil'iu', Abigail, -IS ; Jane, i'll> ; 'riuuiKU-i, 

!5i.-hop of Kilinore, L'lS, l'I:'. 
M..lc, Ami, ISO; Jolui, ISO. 
]\lol('s\v..i-lli, Uiohanl I'i-ot.t, 7(.h Visoouiit,, 1 7(i ; 

llou. Williolmiiia, ITC. 
Molles, ]\rary, 2S(). 
Mollus, Ann, ISl ; Steplujn, 181. 
Jlonck, Arincttt; Louise, 278 ; Henry Power 

Charles Stanley, 5th Viscount, 278. 
Monday, Ann, 17'J ; Elisabeth, 2tJ. 
Monuux, 21 1. 

Monoux, Alice, 214 ; Sir Henry, 211. 
Monta^'-ue, Admiral, 188; Lord Chief Justice, 

RIontRomery, John James, inO; .sec also Ue 
Mont^jomcry. 

IMoodie, lacolu, 100. 

Moon, Kliy.ah(^th, :iO ; IMary, 27, 111 ; Sarah, :iO ; 
Susanna, lit). 

Moore, Charles Niven, li! ; Colonel, 1 1(> ; Elisa- 
beth. (Jl, 1815; Fanny Beatrice, 2:'.'J ; Henry 
David.KI: John, (11 ; Rev. John Lewis, D.D., 
ir.'.i ; Lucy, 2!); Mary, (il : Nicolas, 280; 
Rebecca, 280 ; Robert, l.'.K ; Violet, Ki ; Wil- 
liam, 2'.», (il ; xrc ti/sn l)e la Moore. 

M,n-<l,iiint, 2!,-.. 

Monlaniit, Liout.-General lion. Henry H., 215 ; 
IVnelope, 215; — , 18(;. 

Monlen, Cecilia, 17!). 

Mordon nr Mordoiine, .Vi;'iies, 1'.I8 ; Klizabeth, 
l'.)S; Emme, IDS; Johau, 11)8. 

More, Sir Thomas, IKi ; — , 251. 

}rorrslni, 1,50. 

Moresby, Anno, 150; Sir Crystofer, 1.50. 

Moretoii-Dyer, Henry, 2!»7 ; Kebecca Phipps, 

]\Iort;an, Alice, 182 ; Emily Williamson, 2!)1 ; 
James Hiley, 21)1 ; John, 124. 22(1 ; Richard, 
182; Sarah, 22(;. 

Moru-ell, :Mary. (Ji) ; Kca ahi> Royse-Morgell. 

]\rorice (.Morvice or 3Lirris), Catherine, 178; 
Humphrey, 17:5; Mary, 112; Mr.. 17;{; Ni- 
cholas, 17;{. 

Morland, Saml., 178. 

IMorlen, Elisabeth, (;5 ; William, C>:). 

Morley, — , 198, 199. 

Morrier, Anne, 180 ; James, 18(1. 

j\Iorrieson, Lieut.-Colunol H. A., 15(1 ; Rev. 
Henry F., 150. 

Morri.<, 209. 

Morris. Alfred, 291 ; Ann, 179; Catherine Charl- 
ton. ;!:; ; EUsabeth, i:i9, 1 10, ISl. 1S2 ; James 
V. C, ;{3 ; John, ISl ; Jlar-'aret, 291 ; Mary, 
181 ; Robert, 181 ; Susanna, 05 ; Thomas, 05 ; 
— , 209. 

Morrison, David, '.\\. 

.Mortimer, ,lohn, 29; Mary, 29, ISO; Sarah, 
Lis. 

Morton, Charles. 177, 178; Ucv. Charles, 170; 
Elizabeth. 170, 177 : Frances. 177; John, 170. 
177, 178; Rev. John, 170; ALiv-aret, 177; 
]\[u,ry, 29, 177; Rev. Nicholas, 177 ; Sarah, 
177; ~, 177. 

MoHcly, Su,sanna, 01 ; William, 01. 

Molt, Anne, 2;tr> ; I'lJisalKaJi, 110; Jonah, 
I 10. 

Moiildham. Mary, 2;!0 ; Thomas, 2:t(;. 

Moiiiili-liciii'ii or Monf.vhiiniij, 10. 



M.MinO'onl. .Vi\n,»i.5r, 

M.m;.>, !x ,. . \Lm»hU\v, n,u»»u»h, I t>N i Ue»u>v. t !>> l 

llu.;l>, U:» ; Mtun.u\>t, llf ; Tho.. W^ \ 

-',> I. 
Moutray, Catherine, 70 ; John, 70. 
iMoyle, Kev. .Mr., 29(1. 
.Mreditli (Ai> MroditlO, Howell, 18, H) ; Joano, 

19 i Llyky, 18. 
Muddle, Alicia, 28 ; John, 28 ; Sarah, 220. 
M uddlestron}^', Eliz,., 27 ; John, 27. 
Mui;rid;,', l<;ii/.abeth, 20;{ ; Thomas, 203. 
Mullord, Martha, :59. 
j\Linday, Judith, 181. 
Munn, Ann, 181 ; Elisabeth, 27 ; John, 27 ; 

Mary, 181. 
Munns, Luke, 28 ; Sarah, 28. 
Muns, Ann, 29. 

Muray, Anthony, .55 ; Eleanor, 55. 
Murcote. llenrie, 2S5; William, 285. 
iMnrlil, Milicont, 179. 
Murfyn, Mart,'arot, 209 ; — , 209. 
Mnnuiij, 10:i. 
.Murray, Catherine, lo.'i ; Rt. Hon. Lady Cathe- 

line Stewart, 10:( ; .lames, 1011 
IMuschey, .sw De Muschey. 
.Myer, Sir Tcter, 178. 



N 



Napaker, Susanna, 80. 

Nash, Alice, !)1 : Barnabas, 112 ; Barnaby. 18;? ; 
Klisabeth, 27, 225 ; Hannah, {i\ ; Jane, 112; 
Jolin. 27. 91, 141, 282; .Mary, 03, 183; Sus- 
anna, 282. 

Neal (//• Neall, Elisabeth, 111; Ellenore, 174; 
(ieor^-e. 40 ; James, 01; John, 174; Mary, 
01 ; Sarah, 40. 

Neate, .Mary, 172; William, 172. 

Neil, James, 40 ; Samuel, 4(1 ; Sarah Elisabeth, 
40. 

Neilson, Daniel, 274 ; Harriette, 274. 

Nell, Dorothy, 224. 

Nelles, John, 124. 

Nelson. Amblett, 172; Anne, 172; Elisabeth, 
173; Eli/,, 172; Elizabeth, 172, 173; Hester, 
110; John, 172; Martha, 172; Mary, 172; 
Samuel, 173; Sarah. 173; Tho., 172; Tho- 
mas. 172, 173; Widow, 173; William, 172. 

Xvrnaijt, 229. 

Nethei'tou. .Vlic, 295. 

Netlierway, Elisabeth, 183. 

.Neuill, Joane, 19; Raphe, Earle of Westmer- 
laud, 19. 

Neumann. C, 150 ; Martha Elizabeth, 156. 

Novel, Sarah, 112; Thomas, 112. 

Xrvill, I. 

Nevill, Elizabeth, 1 ; Ifrannces, 103 ; Sir Henry, 
103 ; John, Lord Latimer, I, 2. 

AV-r/V/r, 217. 

Neville, Rev. ^., 217 ; Teresa, 217. 

.Newberry, Martha, 131. 

Newbery, Henry, 183; Sophia, 183. 

Newbury, Henry, ISO; Lidia, ISO. 

Newcastle, — , 190. 

Newcoinb, Francis, 107; John, 107; William, 
107. 

y,ir,iihum, 208, 215. 

Neweiiham, Klizabeth, 208; Joan, 208; John, 
:.'()S. 

Newlintrc, Uobt., 199. 



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m 



33G 



MISCELLANEA GENEALOGICA ET UEllALDICA. 



Newman, Kdward. 1<I8 ; Emme, 1!I8 ; Henrici 
l'!)r. ; MiU-oaiet, 291; Mary, 111, 171; Mr. 
I7H; lliclianl. 111 : Samuel], 291, ^[K, ; Tho 
mas, 121. 
Newnes, Elizabeth, 57 ; J., 57. 
Iv'ewport, John, i:J ; Martin, l.T ; renelopc, 13 
Newporte, Ann, 1S5 ; John, 185. 
Xewtesse, Sir Hercules. Hi;} ; — , l(>3. 
Xewtoii, Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred, Bart., 297 ; Ann, 

30 ; Churchwarden, 204 ; Mary, 04. 107; •>2t; 
Niblet, John, 292. j > > •*, 

NicholLs, Ann, 194 ; James. 194. 
Nichols, Mary, 179, 224. 
j\lch(i/x(i)i, 3(11). 
Nicholson, Alexander, 300 ; Judith, 300 ; Lieut.- 

General Robert, 3UU. 
Nickels, Mary, 131. 
Nickerson, Captain Eleazer, 102. 
Nickols, John, 140; Mary. 140. 
Nioolayson, Jane Dorulhy; 87 ; Rev. John, H7. 
Nil], Geor<je, 178 ; Mary, 178. 
Noakes, Jane, 22(i ; John, 220 ; Sarah 111. 
Noble. Elisab., (i4 ; Robert, 64. ' 

Noel, Edward, Viscount Campden and Earl of 
^ Gainsborough, lOii ; Hon. Rev. Leland, 277- 
^Mary Arabella, 277. ' 

Nog-uier, Frances, 249 ; Francis, 249 
Noke.s, Mary, 145 ; William, 145. 
Nonnet ar Nunnett, Joseph, 145 ; Mary, 145 
Noodes, 124. 
Norber, Alicia, 247. 
Norcliffe, Anne. 2i;5 ; Thomas, 2(J5. 
Norfolk, Duke of, 200. 
Norham, Mary, 137. 
Norris, Ann, 111; Elisabeth, 183 
244 ; Giles, 294 ; John, 111, 29:: 
294. 
North, Henry, 3 ; Mary, 224 ; Sarah, 3. 
Northey, Sir C, 178. 
Northey -Hopkins, Anne Elizabeth, 200 

liam Richard, 200. 
Northumberland, John, Duke of, 261 ; Robert 
called Duke of, 2<il. ' 

Norwich (Howards), Earls of, 75. 
Norwood, Ann, 41 ; Mary. 180 
Nott, Mary, 143. 
Nowel, Mary, 110. 
Nowers, Sarah, Gl. 
Noyes, Dr., 50. 
Numan, Alice, 131. 
Nunn, Anne, 38 ; Joshua, 38. 
Nunne, Henry, 83 ; Mar;,^aret, 83. 
Nutbenne, Catherine, 184 ; Sir John, 184 ; Mar- 

garett, 184. 
Nutt, Elizabeth, 50 ; George Anson, 50 ; Jus- 
tinian, 50 ; Justinian Saunders Bentley 50 ■ 
Mrs., 51. 
Nyo, Mary, 180. 







0|Beirno, ICliza, 158 ; Hugh, 158. 

O'llara, Colonel James, Lord Tyrawley, 22G. 

Oakley, Benjamin, 257; Fanny, 257 ; 'llunnah 

Marcy Anna, 257. 
Oaro, Elisabeth, 30 ; Thomas, 30. 
Oates, Samuel irunier, 213; Sarah, 243. 
Obroo, MartJia, 183, 
Oekley, Eli/.abetJi, 24 7. 
Oddy, Thoma.s, 13U. 



Elizabeth, 
Jlargaret, 



Wil- 



Oechlerli, Herr G., 159. 
0-ilvy, Charlotte Maria, 89. 
Oldfield, II. S,, 59 ; Letitia. 59. 
Olive, Judith, 111. 

Oliver, Dr., 11; Edward, 22(5; Elisabeth, 234, 
- 281 ; Elizabeth, 281 ; James, 281 ; .lane U5 
140; Mary, 22G; Walter, 281 ; William 234- 
— , 10, 11. ' 

Ondeslowe, -v^r De Ondeslowe. 
Ongley, Susanna, 181. 
Ondmn, 215. 

Onslow, Anne, 215 ; Dr. Richard, 215. 
Onyons, Elisabeth, G5 ; John, G5. 
Orbeli, Agnes, 175, 17G; Alice. 175; Ambrose 
17o, nC; Anna, 175, 17G ; Anne, 5. G, 175,' 
Barbara, 175, 17G; Brigit, 175; Elizabeth, 
^5, 17G; Elizth., 175; Henry, 175; Honor 
1/0 ; Johanna, 17G; John. 175, 17G ; Mar- 
garet, 175; Martha, 175; Mary, 175 17G- 
Phihppa, 17G; Robert, 175. 17G; Sara' 175- 
Thomas, 17G; William, 5, G, 175 17G ' 

Ord, Charles, 103. 

Orpwood, Eli-sabeth, 225; Thomas •>^5 
Orr, John, 188; William, 34. 
Osbon, Eli.sabeth, 27 ; John, 27. 
Osborn, David, 27 ; Elisabeth, 27, 111 ; Robert 
110 ; Sarah, 110. ' 

Oxhornv, 1, 221. 

Osborne, Anne, 1 ; Baron, 1 pi. ; Sir Edward 
liart., 1 ; Elisabeth, (i5 ; Elizabeth, 221 ,' 
James, 137; Joan, 1 ; John, 108; .Alary 137 • 
Richard, 1; Kosamond, 137; Thonuis, Duke 
of Leeds, K.G., 1 and _^;. ; — 221 ; sec aho 
Leeds, Duke of. 
Oseley, Mary, 204. 
Osmer, Mary, 140; Stephen, 140. 
Ostler, William. 159. 
Oswold, Hu'fridu.s, 293. 
Oteri, Ricardo, I'riore de, 8. 
Ottey, Anne, 12. 
Outteridge, Elisabeth, G4. 
Overinge, Elizabeth, 85. 

Owen, Adriaue, 145 ; Ann Cliffe, 34 ; Jane, 145 ; 

John, 145; Margaret, Go ; Mary, 145 ; Odin' 

Bishop of Lanbadarn Vawr, IG; Bev ICo"-er' 

34 ; William, 34. ° ' 

Owers, Martha, 85 ; Susan, 3. 

Owlet, Elisabeth, 30 ; Susanna, 180. 

Owlett, Alexander, 140; Elisabeth, 140: Mary 

30; Thomas, 30. ' ' /. 

Owstou, Hiram Abiflf, 272; Zoe Marguerite, 



Baokham, Mary, 26 ; Robert, 2fi. 

Buckman, Ann, 28 ; Matthew, 28 ; Sarah, 226. 

raekmill, Elisabeth, 180. 

Packwood, Gcorgius, 247; Joanna, 247, 

Bago, Christopher, 14 ; Elisabeth, 14 ; Eliza- 
beth, 14; Jane, 171; John, 14, 110; Mary, 
220; Nicholas, 180; Rebecca, 180 ; Susanna. 
G3, 110, 247; Tho., 247; —14. 

Bnget, Sarah, G9 ; Rev. Wm., G9. 

Paggen or Paggin, Catherine, 173; Katherine, 
173; I'eter, 143, 173 ; Sarah. 143, 173 ; Wil- 
liam, 143. 

Pain, Ann, 179 ; Anno, 235 ; Edmund, 7\ ; 
Elisabeth, 224 ; Harrington, 179 ; Richard 
71 ; Robert, 71 ; Sarah, 140, 183. 



lal:. 



INDEX OF NAMKS. 



337 



Paine, liobcrt, 22. 

riijon, ])uvi(l Jiimcs, 41 ; flcnry I'uter, 11 ; 

Janet (Jannet or Jennet), -11 ; John Levis, 

41 ; Lewis, 41 ; Lewis John, 41. 
Pakenliaui, Eliza Catlieiiiie. 151;; Captain Ha- 
milton Sandl'onl, \M ; Hon. and Rev. Henry, 

Dean ot St. J'atrick, ir.d. 
raknuin, Daniell, 1U8 ; Marjrarett, 108. 
Tallin^-, Kev. I'Ahvard, 205, 207 ; Elizabeth, 205, 

207 ; Elizabeth Augusta, 207. 
Palmar, Anne, 01 ; Thomas, 01. 
r,ilniir, lOi);;/. 
Palmer, Anne, 2;]5 ; Catherine, 248 ; Captain 

Edmund, R.N., 51 ; Harriett Matilda, 2!)7 ; 

Henry James. 2W7 ; Henry Oscar, 2117 ; J. F., 

S'J ; Josiah, !ii); Mary. 220; Mrs., 51 ; Robert, 

2:!5 ; Rev. Thomas, 220 ; Will'm, 248. 
l'a]mer.ston. Lord, 187. 
I'aman, Clement, 3 ; Elizabeth, ;?. 
Panckhurst, Catharine, 01 ; AVilliam, 01. 
Pankherst, Frances, 18'.). 
Papineam, Mary, 78 ; Michael, 78. 
Papworth, — , 151. 
I'ariH. Jolm, 11)7; Joseph, 118; Martha, 113; 

Matthew (the historian), 44, 45. 
Parish, Elisabeth, 225. 
Park, Dorothy. 80, 171); William, 80. 
I'arker, Abraham, 2; Ann. 140; Hu^h. 275; 

Jeremiah, 140 ; Joannn, 247 ; John, 04 ; Rt. 

Hon. John, 275 ; Mar^raret. ; TMaria, 288 ; 

:\Iary, 141, 275; Philip, 0; Robert, 208; 

Sarah, 04 ; Thomisin, 2. 
Parkes, Rev. William Joseph, 151). 
Parks, Alicia, 141 ; Anne, 180 ; Elisabeth, 224 ; 

Henry, 180 ; Mary, 04, 225 ; Richard, 141 ; 

Sarah. 225. 
Parr, Queen Catherine, 218. 
Parratt (Parrott ur Parrot), Jonathan, 284 ; 

Mary, 2.84. 
Parrey, Richard. 178. 
Parson, Elisabeth, 181 ; William, 181. 
Parsons, l-^lisabeth, 02 ; John. 21) ; Mary, 29. 
Parton, i-Uisabeth, 08 ; James, 08. 
Partridge, Mlisaheta, 81 ; Klizabetha, 21)8 ; Lieobi, 

8! ; Jo., 2118; Jolm, 28; Mary, 28. 
Pasini, Francis, 70, 

Paston, Anne, 218 ; Sir W., 218. 

Pasy, Mary. 81. 

Pdtc, 218. 

Pate, I'llizaboUi, 218; John, 218. 

PiUoy, Maria Lane, 282. 

Patrick, illi/abeth, 202. 

Pntttn, 291). 

Patten, Anna Maria, 291) ; Dorothea, 21)8 ; Let- 

tice, 298, 299 ; Thomas. 298. 
Pattenden, Ann, 112 : Elisabeth, 27 ; Margaret, 

1 41 ; Mary, 179, 225 ; Tiiomas, 179. 
Paul, Sir James Ualfour, Lyon King-of-Arms, 

188, 2(;4. 
Paulet, Sir Amyas, 229 ; Margaret, 229. 
Pavey, Jane, 28 ; Nicholas, 2S. 
Pavitt. John, 144 ; Mary, 144. 
Pawlett, General Charles, 181. 
Pawley, Hannah, 27; Susanna, 111; Thomas, 

27. 
Paxford, Charles, 178 ; KHz., 171 ; James, 173 ; 

.)ohn, 178 ; Richard, 178 ; Sarali, 178 ; Tho- 
mas, 178. 
Payn, John, 7, 11 ; Margaret, 7, 11 ; Richard, 

71. 

VOL. IV., SERIES III, 



Payne, Amy E. M.,232; Mary, 28; Micluiel,28 ; 
Priscilla, 4 ; Robert, 4. 

Peach, Henrietta, 801 ; John, 801. 

Peacliey, Dr. C4. C, 152. 

Peacock, Ann, 194. 

Peake, Sir Jolin, 143 ; Margery, 143. 

Pearce, Amy, 188 ; Ann, 220 ; Thomas, 188. 

Pearson, Job, 140 ; John, 179 ; Miss, 284 ; Sarah, 
140 ; Susanna, 179. 

Peaty, Sarah, 225 ; William. 225. 

Peche. Alice, 184; Ann, 225; Catharine, 184; 
Sir Gilbert, 184 ; Sir Gilbert, Lord Peche, 
184 ; Hamond, Lord Peche, alias Spice, 184 ; 
Izowla, 184; Jane, 184; John, 225; Mary, 
225; Rose, 184; Sir Walter, 184; William, 

Pechell, Frances, 249 ; Margaretta, 249 ; Sa- 
muel, 24 9. 
Peck, Elisabeth, 220. 
Peckham, Elisabeth, 141 ; John, 141 ; Mary, 

180, 181; Richard, 202; Sarah, 188, 202; 

William, 180, 183 ; — , 180. 
Peel, Catherine, 282 : Mary, 38 ; Richard, 88 ; 

Sir Robert. 187 ; William, 88. 
Peen, Elisabeth, 181 ; Joseph, 140: Sarah, 140. 
Peene, Joseph, 03 ; Judith, 188; Mary, 20, 08, 

139 ; Robert, 112 ; Sarah, 112 ; Thomas, 20. 
Peerless, Alice, 226. 
Peero. James, 145 ; Mary, 145. 
Peet, 'Fli.sabeth, 01 ; Richard, 01. 
Peirce, Anne, 15, 02; Catherine, ,02; Edward, 

188 ; Elisab , 138 ; Elisabeth, 28 ; Eliz., 171 ; 

Mary, 189 ; Rawlinson, 05 ; Rebecca, (!3 ; 

Sarah, 05 ; Susanna, 145 ; Thomas, 15. 
Pelham, Mrs., 93. 
Pell, Elisabeth, 181 ; Mary, 112, 224 ; Thomas, 

181 ; William, 112. 
Felling, Grace, 224 ; Thomas, 224. 
Pellinor, King, 17 ; TegayAyruron(hi8dau.), 17. 
I'c'n/burton, 212. 

Pemberton, Mary, 212 ; Rev. AVilliara, 212. 
I'cmhrohr, Kad of, 10, 18. 
Pi-mbroke i/r Pembrookc^ Ayraer de Vallence, 

I'larl