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PREFACE. 



The issue of the second part of this volume brings 
my notes on the surname of Marshall to a close. The 
indexes in this and the previous parts will, I hope, to 
some extent atone for the want of continuity unavoid- 
able in printing a very miscellaneous collection as 
accumulated. Though by no means exhaustive as to 
the genealogy of any particular family, I think there 
are few of the name in England whose pedigree will 
not be to some extent illustrated by these memoranda. 
In order to assist the reader, I give here a rough list 
of the contents of these two volumes ; if of no other 
use, it may save trouble to those who are content with 
making a superficial enquiry as to their pedigree, and 
who do not take sufficient interest in it to patiently 
search out every clue by the aid of the indexes. To 
those who have been kind enough to take an interest 
in my researches, I again render my thanks for their 
assistance. 

G. W. M. 



CONTENTS. 



Chancery Suits, II., Part ii., 97 — 137. 

Close Rolls, II., Part i., 107; Part ii., 73. 

Deeds, II., Part ii., 67 — 73. 

Fines, II., Part ii., 74. 

Inquisitions Post Mortem, I., 105, 326; II., Part ii., 75. 

Knaresborough Court Rolls, II., Part i., 84 — 96. 

Marriage Allegations, I., 77 — 84 ; II., Part ii., 75. 

Monumental Inscriptions, I., 312 ; II., Part ii., 76. 

Pedigrees, Marshall of Aislaby, I., 16 — 22. 

,, Bentley, II., Part ii., 10. 

Bloxholme, II., Part ii., 82. 
,, Brandon, etc., II., Part ii., 83 — 87. 

,, Devonshire, I., App. 19. 

,, Exeter, II., Part i., 8 — 13. 

,, Guiseley, sec Yeadon. 

,, Lincoln, sec Rampton. 

Louth, II., Part ii., 78. 
,, Loxbeare, I., 109 — 112. 

,, Newton Kyme, I., 270. 

,, Peebles, II., Part ii., 3 — 5. 

Pickering, I., 1 — 27; II., Part ii., 137. 
,, Rampton, I., 137. 

,, St. Dunstan's in the West, I., App. 24. 

Selby, II., Part ii., 16. 
Sellaby, II., Part i., 48. 
South Carlton, II., Part ii., 91. 
,, Southwark, II., Part L, 1 — 3. 

,, Theddlethorpe, I., 6 — 15. 

,, Urswick, etc., II., Part ii., 14 — 19. 

,, Woodwalton, etc., II., Part i., 20 — 26. 

,, Yeadon, I., 282 — 290. 

Registers I., 32—76, 122—127, 235—247; II., Part i., 5S— 77, 109; Part ii., 
6 — 50, 79 — 96, 139 — 141; Transcripts of, I., 70; II., Part i., 60 — 64; 
Part ii., 22 — 4g, 139 — 141. 
Royalist Composition Papers, I., 313. 
Subsidy Rolls, I., 321 ; II., Part i., 78. 

Wills — Commissary Court of London, I., ig4 — 196; II., Part ii., 147. 
Consistory Court of London, I., 193. 
Durham, II., Part i., 41 — 44. 
Exeter, I., 197. 
Leicester, I., 230—234. 
Lichfield, II., Part i., 44—48 ; Part ii., 141. 
Lincoln, I., 199—228; II., Part ii., 143 — 146. 
Miscellaneous Notes of Wills, II., Part i., 48— 58, 96—99; Part ii., 

50—67, 143—148. 
Northampton, I., 311. 
Peterborough, I., 198. 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, I., 85—193, 314—316; App. 1—44; 

II., Part i., 26, 79 — 84. 
Richmond, II., Part i., 28 — 40. 
Southwell, I., 229; II., Part i., 100. 
Worcester, I., 234. 

York, I., 28—31, 248—310, 317, 327; II., Part i., 56, 99; Part ii., 
54 — 66, 147, 148. 



THE MARS HALLS OF SOUTH WARK 

The earliest ancestor of this family given in the 1620 Visitation of 
Surrey, is Richard Marshall, of Cockwood, [i.e. Coxwold in the North 
Riding,] in co. York, Gent. 1 His son, Thomas Marshall," was of 
Stamford, co. Lincoln; he had a son, Richard Marshall, of that town, 
who married Anne, daughter of Thomas Beckwith, 3 Esq. (and sister of 
Thomas Beckwith, of Clint, ancestor of the Beckwiths of Alborough, 

Barts. 4 ), by Elizabeth, daughter of Tirrel, of Ockendon, co. 

Essex, son of Thomas Beckwith, of Clint, co. York, by Matilda, 
daughter of Henry Pudsey, of Barford, co. Kent. 

I have been unable to identify the Stamford Marshalls mentioned 
in the following extracts with this family, but, I insert them here as 
they may prove useful for future reference. 

From the Register of All Hallowes, Stamford ;— 

1560. The xxiv of Sept. dynis Whittle servaunte to Richard Marshall was bur. 

1561. The xxv of Maye was bapt. Jhon Marshall son of Rychard Marshall. (Buried 

12 Feb. 1564-5.) 

1564. The 10 of Aug. was bapt. Joue Marshall dau. of Rychard Marshall. Mar- 
gery, dau. of same, bapt. 20 April, 1565, buried 21 May, 1566. William, 
son of same, bapt. 17 Oct., 1568. Gregory son of same, bapt. 20 Sept., 
1570. Margery, dau. of same, bur. 19 Feb., 1570-1. 

1571. July 7, Jhon Coy and Ann Marshall, married. 

1571. The xvi of April! Rychard Marshall, husbandma, was bur. 

1657. Mrs. Marshall, an ancient woman, bur. Sept. 1. 

From the Register of St. Martin's, Stamford : — 

Baptisms. 

1580. Alice, the dau. of Henry Marshall, 23 April, (Bur. 30 June, 158C). 
15S4. William the son of same, 6 Dec. (Bur. 13 Dec.) 

1585-6. Elizabeth, dau of same, 5 March. 

1589. Lomai (?) dau. of same, 3 April. 

1590. Roger, son of same, 21 April. 

1595. Frances, dau. of same, 6 June. 

1596. John, son of same, 1 Dec. 

1601. Mary, dau. of same, 29 March. 

1602. Jone, dau. of same, 2 May. 

Marriages. 

1584-5. Edward Willoby and Jane Marshall, 17 January. 
1593. Henry Marshall and Margaret More, 6 May. 

1600. Henry Marshall and Jane , 17 May. 

1605. Robert Wylles and Jane Marshall (no date of month). 

Burials. 

1 603. Burialls about this tyme sett downe in the tyme of gode visitation [the plague] 
Henry Marshall, the Labourer. John, the son of Widow Marshall. Jone, 
her daughter. 

1 See as to earlier Stamford Marshalls, vol. i, p. 202. 

2 Thomas Marshall was pit. re lands in Stamford called Boney-land, Mich. 18 
Henry VII. Feet of Fines, co. Notts, in Pub. Fee. Office. 

3 Wotton's Baronetage, iii, 680. 
* Ibid. iii. 677. 

B 



2 THE MARSHALLS OF SOUTHWARK. 

Richard Marshall and Anne Beckwith had issue two sons, John, of 
whom presently, and Henry, eldest son, of the Borough of Bouthwaxk, 
called "late brother," in will of his brother John, 1619, married Mar- 
garet, dan. of ... . Courtney, of London, and had issue: — 

Henry Marshall, s.p. 

William Marshall, of Southwark, 1623. Mentioned in will of John 

Marshall, 1619. 
Alice, s.p. 
Jane, married Henry Vero, of Southwark, and had a son, and a 

daughter Margaret mentioned in the will of John Marshall, of 

Southwark, 1627. 

John Marshall was of the parish of St. Saviour, in the Borough of 
Southwark, White-baker, and a Citizen and Tallow-chandler of 
London. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Heecock, of 
Clifton, co. Chester. On the 21st December, 1611, he had a grant 
of Arms from William Camden, Argent, a chevron cotised Sable between 
three buds' -heads caboshed Gules. Crest. A greyhound sejant Argent, 
collared Gides, the ring Or, resting his dexter fore paw on a buck's head 
caboshed Gules. In 1623, he entered his pedigree in the Visitation of 
Surrey. His will is dated 31 May, 1619. He desires to be buried 
in the parish of St. Saviour, Southwark, in the night time. Mentions 
wife Elizabeth Marshall. My daughter, Susanna Thicknes. My four 
children, Thomas Marshall, John Marshall, Richard Marshall, and 
Elizabeth Marshall. My nephew, William Marshall. My kinswoman 
Yero, my late brother Henry Marshall's daughter. My two daughters- 
in-law, my son John's wife, and my son-in-law Maddox his wife. 
My two grandchildren, John and Thomas Maddox, sons of my late 
daughter Mary deceased. My grandchild Elizabeth Thicknes. To 
my cousin Wright, of Grantham, two years' rent of his house which 
he payeth me. Loving son-in-law William Maddox, and kinsman 
Charles Yeoman, scrivenor, overseers. Appoints wife sole executrix. 
There are several bequests to poor, one to Southwark hospital, and 
one to the poor of the parish of All Hallowes in Stamford. To 
trustees for poor of Newington Butts, co. Surrey, a rent charge of 
20s. per annum, out of tenements there. After some alteration the 
will was re-executed 28 Sept., 1619 ; and was proved by Elizabeth 
Marshall, the relict, in P.C.C., 10 August, 1625. (83 Clark). They 
had issue, besides John, George, Edward, Alexander, William, Richard, 
who all probably died young ; and Sarah, Christiana, Judith, Mary, 
Anne, Elizabeth, Bridget, and Emma, died s.p., making the number 
of their children twenty in all : • 

1. Thomas Marshall, White-baker, Citizen and Tallow-chandler of 
London, of the parish of St. Sepulchre extra Newgate. Aged 
30 at Visitation of 1623. Will dated 20 April, 1625. Wills 
to be buried in St. Saviour's, Southwark. Gives to parish of 
St. Sepulchre £100 for clothing boys. Mentions his father 
John Marshall. Brothers John Marshall and Richard Marshall. 
Brother Richard Thickins 1 and his wife. Brother William 

1 i.e., Thickness. 



THE MARSHALLS OF SOUTHWARK. 3 

Pickton and his wife. To the first child that my sister Pickton 
shall bear £20. £100 to parish of St. Saviour, South wark, 
for clothing hoys. My godson Thomas Maddox and John 
Maddox his brother. Godson Thomas Thickens. Goddaughter 
Mary Thickins, and her two sisters Susan and Elizabeth 
Thickins. Gives his right to fishing in Plymouth in Xew 
England to his father. Mentions his " dwelling in the Old 
Baylie." Loving mother £20 to buy her a ring. Appoints 
his father sole executor. Brother Maddox and his wife. 
AVilliam Powell and his wife. Administration was granted 
by P.C.C. 10 August, 1625, to ElizaboLn Marshall, relict and 
executrix of the last will of J (dm Marshall while he lived 
executor of the will of Thomas Marshall late of the parish of 
St. Sepulchre extra Newgate, but who died in the parish of 
St. Saviour Southwark, John Marshall having died before he 
proved the will (83 Clark). 

2. John Marshall, of Southwark. Aged 28 in 1623. Married 

Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Richard Taylor, of London, 
M.D. Ment d in will of her mother Elizabeth Tavlor, proved 
24 Feb., 1635-6. The will of Richard Taylor, Dr" of Physic, 
was proved in P.C.C, 22 Dec, 1615 (117 Rudd). John 
Marshall died in March, 1631, and was buried in St. Saviour's 
Church, the last day of that month. He died without issue 
(Funeral Certificate, Coll. Arms, I. 23, p. 61 b ). His will is 
dated 21 August, 1627. Give lands, etc., in trust for Margaret 
daughter of Henry Vero, under age. Mentions the brother of 
the said Margaret. Leaves money to maintain poor scholars 
from Southwark, or Stamford, co. Lincoln, at the Universities. 
Mentions mother Elizabeth Marshall. Wife Elizabeth Marshall. 
Money in trust to build a church. My sister Elizabeth Browne. 
My sister Susan Thicknesse, her eldest daughter Elizabeth 
Thicknesse, her daughter Mary Thicknesse, and her youngest 
daughter Suzan Thicknesse. My late Father. To be buried 
at Sutton, co. Surrey, and then to be removed to the new 
church he leaves money to build. My brothers Mr. Thicknesse, 
Mr. Browne, and Mr. Maddox. Proved in P.C.C. 15 April, 
1631 (38 St. John). This is a very long will, and further 
particulars will be found in Manning and Bray's " Surrey," iii. 
534 — 540. See his arms, etc., in Christ Church, Surrey, the 
church he founded, in Aubrey's "Antiquities of Surrey," v. 156. 

3. Richard Marshall, living 1625. 

1. Mary (deceased in 1619), married William Maddox, Goldsmith, 

and had two sons, John and Thomas, who are both mentioned 
in the will of Charles Yeoman, of London, Scrivenor, 1645-6. 
Proved in P.C.C. (17 Twisse). William Maddox had married 
a second Avife in or before 1619. 

2. Susanna, married Richard Thicknesse, and had issue Elizabeth, 

Thomas, Mary, and Susan. 

3. Elizabeth, living unmarried in 1619. Probably married William 

Pickton, and secondly, Browne. 



MARSHALL OF SELABY, CO. DURHAM. 

Lord Redesdale, the present owner of the Batsford estates 
in cu. Gloucester, acquired them from the family of Freeman? 
and assumed that name in addition to his own — Mitford, 
Richard Freeman, of Batsford, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, was 
twice married ; first to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Anthony Keck, 
Knt., of an ancient Gloucestershire family, of which it is to be 
regretted that no good genealogy exists in any printed work (but 
collections for one will be found in the Genealogist, vol. iii., p. 173); 
and secondly, to Anne, sole daughter and heir of Richard Marshall, of 
Selaby, and of Gray's Inn, Esq., of whose family there is a pedigree 
in Surtees' History of Durham, vol. iv., p. 21. This pedigree, whicl 
is based upon one entered in Dugdale's Visitation of Durham in 1G66, 
amplified by deeds and parish register extracts, is both incomplete and 
inaccurate. The following notes correct some of the errors contained 
herein. 

It begins with Gdbert Marshall of Newcastle-on-Tyne, who married 
Agnes daughter and coheir of Cuthbert Brakenbury, (see Plantagenet 
Harrison's History of Yorkshire, i, 268) and had two sons, Richard, 
of Denton (see Imp in App. to 44th Report of D.K. Pub. Records, 
473), and Thomas Marshall, of Pearce Bridge End, who had two sons, 
Gilbert of Houghall, aged 45 at Dugdale's Visitation, and Richard. 
Gilbert married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Bourchier (called by 
Surtees Sir Thomas) : see Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, published 
by the Surtees Societ}'. p. 140. He is said by Surtees to have been 
"living at Selaby, 1683," but no authority is given for the statement, 
which is evidently incorrect. Administration of his goods was granted 
by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5 March, 1680, in which he 
is described as of Houghall, co. Durham, but deceased in Gray's Inn, 
co. Middx., to Gilbert Marshall, Esq., his son, Elizabeth Radcliffe 
alias Marshall, relict of said deceased, and Alexander Radcliffe, her 
husband, having renounced. So far, therefore, from his having been 
alive in 1683, his wife had married a second husband before the 
5 March, 1680 ! Administration was also granted by the Prerogative 
Court of York (Prerogative Act Book, York, for 1679-1705), 8 July, 
1684, to Gilbert Marshall, his son, in which he is again described as 
" of Houghall, co. Durham, but who died at Gray's Inn, co. Middx." 
This leaves no doubt that the two administrations relate to the same 
person. 

Richard was twice married. His first wife is said by Surtees to 
have been " Jane, daughter of Thomas Neile, of co. Herts., bur. 
20 Feb., 1663, at St. Oswald's." At the time, however, when she 

married Richard Marshall, she was, I believe, the widow of 

Cannon, as there is in the Vicar General's Office a licence, dated 
25 Feb., 1662-3, for Richard Marshall, of Gray's Inn, Esq., bachelor, 
aged about 34, and Jane Cannon, oij, St. Giles', Cripplegatc, widow, 
about 30, to marry at St. Giles', Cripplegate, or St, James', Clerken- 
well. The date of burial is no doubt intended for 1663-4. Adminis- 
1 Afi to the Freemans, sec Rudder's Gloucestershire, p. 265 ; add. ct corr., p. viiL 



MARSHALL OF SELABY. 5 

tration of the goods of Jane Marshall alias Cannon, of the parish of 
St. Oswald, Durham, was granted to her husband, Richard Marshall, 
5 March, 1680. I feel no doubt as to the identity of this person with 
the Jane of the marriage licence, but am entirely unable to explain the 
reason why so long a time was allowed to elapse before letters of 
administration were taken out. Richard Marshall married for his 
second wife Elizabeth Robinson. Marriage licence in Vicar General's 
Office, dated 24 April, 1666. lie of Gray's Inn, Esq., widower, aged 
about 38 ; she of All Hallowes, Honeydane, widow, aged about 36, — 
to marry at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish-street. The marriage took 
place at that church the same day. By his first wife Richard Marshall 
apparently had no issue. By Elizabeth Robinson, his second, he was 
father of Anne, who became the wife of Richard Freeman. Here it 
is that Mr. Surtees makes his worst and most inexcusable blunder. 
Anne, wife of Richard Freeman, in Surtees' pedigree of the family, 
is made to be the daughter of his nephew, also named Richard 
(who was the third son of his elder brother Gilbert), by Mary, 
daughter of the Rev. Edmund Fotherby. That this descent is 
entirely erroneous the subsequent history of the descendants of 
Gilbert will show. Richard Marshall's Avill is dated 10 February, 
1695-6, and was proved in P.C.C. (Leeds 141), by the said 
Anne, 23 June, 1713, He is described as of Gray's Inn, co. 
Middlesex, Esq. Devises lands in Selaby, Gainford, etc., in Co. 
Pal. Durham, and Harpeden, in the parish of "VVelhampsteed, co. 
Hertford, and in Luton, co. Bedford, to daughter Anna Marshall. 
Mentions '" her mother, my dear wife," and her jointure in the 
Hertfordshire estates. Appoints said daughter sole executrix. When 
she died in 1726, administration was granted 17 May, 1727, to 
Richard Freeman, Esq., son of Anne Freeman alias Marshall, 
widow, deceased, while she lived daughter and executrix of Richard 
Marshall. Richard Freeman, 1 the husband of Anne, was married to 
her in 1702. Marriage licence, Faculty Office of Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 1702, August 12, Richard Freeman, of Battisford, co. 
Gloucester, widower, and Anne Marshall, spinster, aged 24, daughter 
of Richard Marshall, Esq., of St. Sepulchre's, Middlesex, to marry 

at St. Benet's Paul's wharf, or Surtees says that she died 

11 January, 1726, aged thirty-one. Another evident mistake! She 
must have been more, as, if thirty-one was her age at death, she 
must have been married when only seven ! The licence proves her 
to have been then twenty-four, and consequently her age at death 
would be 48. Richard Freeman had issue by her, Ann, died 1728, 
aged 23, and Richard who administered to his grandfather Richard 
Marshall, and died s.p. in 1741. 

Gilbert Marshall had issue, 1, Gilbert, 2, John, 3, Richard, five 
other sons, and eight daughters, who all apparently died sans issue, 
except Margaret the third. Gilbert Marshall, the eldest son, was 
born in Milk-street, London, and baptised at St. Mary Magdalene, 
Milk-street (or Knight Rider-street, as now called), 27 January, 
1653-4. Surtees states that he was buried 29 December, 1675, but 

1 His first wife was Elizabeth dau. of Sir Anthony Keck, Knt. See Rudder's 
Gloucestershire, Add. and Corr., p. viii. As to her grandson, see p. 265. 



6 MARSHALL OF SELABY. 

omits to state where, and thus prevents enquiry as to who, if such a 
person existed, the Gilbert Marshall was who was buried at that 
date. We have seen that in 1680 and 1684 he was administrator 
to his father. On July 16, 1672, he had a licence (Vicar General's 
Office) as Gilbert Marshall, gent., junr., of Gray's Inn, bachelor, 
aged about 19, to marry, with consent of his father, Gilbert Marshall, 
Esq., Mrs. Jane Cannon, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, spinster, aged 
about 22, parents dead, at St. Mary Savoy, St. James' Clerkenwell, 
or St. Clement Danes. She was probably the daughter of Jane 
Cannon, the first wife of his uncle Richard ; at least a comparison of 
4 he dates mentioned, and the fact that her parents were dead point to 
this conclusion. The date given by Surtees as that of the burial of 
Gilbert, viz., 29 December, 1675, may have been the date of her 

burial. He married secondly, Elizabeth , and died without 

issue by either wife. Will as of St. James's, Westminster, Esq., 
dated 10 April, 1719. Mentions, wife Elizabeth Marshall, grand- 
nephew Marshall Richardson, my sister Margaret Snowden, my brother 
Richard Marshall, Esq., and his wife. Houses and lands in Sackville- 
street and Calverdine-row, near Tunbridge, co. Kent, and in the 
Minster-yard of York. My other grand nephew Benjamin Marshall, 
brother of the said Marshall Richardson. Appoints wife executrix, 
and after her decease Marshall Richardson. She proved in P.C.C., 

14 Sept. 1721 (Buckingham, 165). The original will is sealed with 
" a chevron between three crescents." He was buried in the chancel 
at Hampton, where there was a monument to him on the floor. 
(Lysons' Middlesex Parishes, p. 78.) The will of "Elizabeth Marshall, 
of the parish of St. James's, Westminster, widow and relict of Gilbert 
Marshal], Esq., deceased," is dated 30 November, 1727. Desires to 
be buried at Hampton, co. Middx., in same grave with late husband. 
Whereas upon the marriage of my grand-nephew Marshall Richardson 
alias Gilbert Marshall with Anne Blew, daughter of James Blew, 
gent., his now wife, etc. Mentions sale of late husband's house 
in Minster-yard at York. My husband's grand-nepheAv Benjamin 
Richardson. My late husband did some time before his death 
dispose of his house at Tunbridge, co. Kent. My loving brother 
and sister Richard Marshall, Esq., and his wife. To Col. James 
Campbell £20 for mourning. To my nephew Gilbert Richardson 
and his wife £20 for mourning. To my grand-nephew Marshall 
Richardson alias Gilbert Marshall's now wife, all my Japan China, 
etc. To my kinswoman Jane Thrift, wife of Gabriel Thrift, £10 for 
mourning. Kinswoman Mary Carty, wife of Timothy Carty, £10 for 
mourning. My cousin Mrs. Catherine Blakiston.' To my kinswoman 
Judith Thomas alias Ager one shilling. Marshall Richardson alias 
Gilbert Marshall, and Benjamin Richardson, executors. Proved by 
Marshall Richardson, and power reserved to Benjamin Richardson, 
16th December 1727, in P.C.C. (Farrant 302.) 

Richard, third son of Gilbert Marshall, of Selaby, and brother to 
the above named Gilbert, was born 14 August, 1659, and was of Selaby 

1 The only mention I find of this name in connection with Marshall ifl the 
marriage at Gilling, co. York, of Marmaduke Blakestoue and Elizaheth Marshall, 

15 January, 1705-6. 



MAESHALL OF SELABY. 7 

and Gray's Inn. He appears to have bought church lands during the 
Commonwealth from Sir John Wollaston and others appointed by 
Parliament Commissioners for the sale of them. See Deeds enrolled 
on the Close Rolls, viz.— 1651, Part 59, No. 2; 1649, Part 4, 
No. 33, and Part 14, No. 17 ; 1650, Part 23, No. 26, etc.; 1652, 
Part 30, No. 23, and Part 34, No. 2. He married Mary, daughter of 
Edmund Fotherby, Vicar of Gainford, 1 March, 1691. She was 
born in 1665. His will, in which he is described as of the New 
Lodge in Hampton Court Park, in the county of Middlesex, Esq., is 
dated 28 March, 1725. No mention is made of any child. He 
appoints his wife Mary sole executrix ; and she proved 2 April, 1728, 
in P.C.C. (Brook 118.) She survived till 1750, at which time she 
must have been 85, and was, I have no doubt, the " Mary Marshall 
of the parish of St. George's, Hanover-square, co. Middlesex," 
administration of whose effects was granted by the P.C.C, 15 March, 
1750, to John Fotherby, nephew by the brother, and one of the 
next of kin. 

Margaret, sister of Gilbert and Richard, and daughter of Gilbert 
Marshall, of Selaby, was born 3 July 1658. Married 1st, 6 Jan., 
1679, Richard Richardson ; and 2ndly, Tobias Snowdon. On the 
4th December, 1728 (the year after the death of Elizabeth, wife of 
her brother Gilbert,) she (and her then husband Tobias Snowden), 
as sister and heir of Gilbert Marshall, Esq., released all her 
equity of redemption in lands at Alwent, a hamlet to the east of 
Selaby. (Surtees, vol. iv, p. 22). By her first husband, Richard 
Richardson, she must have been mother of the father of Marshall 
and Benjamin Ricbardson, the </ rand-nephews of Gilbert Marshall, 
who as, through their mother, his presumptive heirs, were called 
alias Marshall. 

Marshall Richardson alias Gilbert Marshall, married at Chelsea, 
14 April, 1726, Anne, daughter of James Blew, and had issue: — 
Gilbert Marshall, ba'pt. at Chelsea 5, and buried there 15 Dec, 1726 ; 
Mary, bapt. there 21 Dec, 1727 ; Elizabeth, bapt. there 8 March, 
1729-30, and buried 10 May following; and Henrietta, bapt. there 
6 June, 1733. 

The name " Gilbert" is somewhat uncommon, and with the follow- 
ing exceptions I have not met with it in other families of Marshall. 

I. Gilbert Marshall, will dated 2 May, 1708, appoints sister Mary 
executrix and universal legatee; she proved in P.C.C, 4 June, 1712. 
(117 Barnes). 

II. Gilbert Marshall, of the parish of St. Paul, Shadwell, co. 
Middx., marriner, will dated 15 August, 1723. Mentions Thomas 
Beck and Katherine, his wife. Proved in P.C.C by Thomas Beck, 
2 April, 1726. (76 Plymouth). 

The notes of Durham wills (post) will throw further light on this 
pedigree. Mr. C M. Carlton, of Durham, informs me that in a MS. 
in the Chapter Library at Durham, Gilbert Marshall is mentioned as 
being seized in fee of a tenement in Giles-gate, Durham ; he had a son 
Thomas, who had issue John Marshall, only son and heir, died 
6 March, 1736 (1). Will proved at York by John Thomas, his 
executor. Gilbert Marshall had also a daughter Ann, who married 



8 THE MARSBALLS OF EXETER. 

"William Thomas, and had issue by him :— John Thomas, gent., above 
mentioned, only son and heir, and devisee of the said Thomas Marshall 
From the same source it appears that Edward Marshall, of Darlington, 
married Margaret Rippon, of Eggleston, 25 Oct., 1581. 



THE MARSHALLS' OF EXETER. 

During the seventeenth century a respectable family of this name 
flourished in the city of Exeter, two of whom, John and James, father 
and son, were Mayors, the former in 1615, and the latter in 1G58. 1 
The only notice of it in any printed work is a brief pedigree, which 
appears to have been compiled between 1627 and 1635, in Westcote's 
Devonshire Families, edited by Geo. Oliver and Pitman Jones, p. 502. 
It is probable that this family was connected with the Marshalls of 
Teigngrace, under which place "VVestcote says (p. 439), " Here also is 
a tribe of the Marshalls." At p. 502 he gives their arms as, Or, a 
milrind Sable, with this entry, " John Marshall, one of the four 
coroners of Devon, married Agnes daughter of Walter Ossingold of 
East Ogwell, and had issue Thomas, John, and Katherine." The 
arms, however, recorded to them in the Visitation of Devon, 1572 
(Coll. of Arms, MS. G 19, fo. 22 b ), are, Or, a milrind Sable, on a 
chief Gules three antelopes' heads Or. "VVestcote attributes this coat 
to the Marshalls of Exeter. 

The first of the name mentioned by "VVestcote is "William Marshall, 
who had issue Robert Marshall, who married • Joan, daughter and heir 

of Owsley of Chillington, co. Somerset. His will, dated 

7 August 1576, was proved by her 9 October following in the P. CO. 
(Carew 29). He is described as of Ashewill, in the parish of Ilmin- 
ster, and desires to be buried in the churchyard of Ilminster. Gives 
to son Edward Marshall ''his Rynes and bark and half my Tanne 
vates with a mill to grind Bark." From this bequest it seems that ho 
was by trade a tanner. Mentions sons, John, Nicholas, "William, John 
" the younger," and Thomas, all under age ; and appoints wife Joan 
sole executrix and residuary legatee. He appears to have had two 
other children besides those mentioned in his will, Roger and Anne, 
who may possibly have been twins, born posthumous. I take them, 
therefore, according to the presumable order of their births : — 

1. Edward Marshall, mentioned in the will of his sister Anne, 1616, 

as then deceased ; had a son Nicholas. 

2. John Marshall. I suppose this person to be " John Marshall of 

Chellington, co. Somerset, Tanner," whose will, dated 14 July, 
1590, was proved by his relict in P.C.C., 31 July following. 
(Drury 54). He mentions therein his son Robert Marshall, 
and youngest son John Marshall both under age. Appoints 
wife Elizabeth sole executrix, and Nicholas Osborne and 
Robert Marshall supervisors. 

3. Nicholas Marshall, of Ilminster, co. Somerset, shoemaker. "Will 

dated 10 November, 1625. To be buried in the churchyard of 

1 Izacke's Antiquities of the City of Exeter, Lond. 1731, 8vo., 3rd ed., pp. 146, 165, 



THE MARSHALL S OF EXETER. i» 

Ilniinster. Lands at Coxbridge to son John Marshall. 1 Wife 

Christian, sole executrix. Son William Marshall. Daughter 
Agnes Marshall. Daughter Jone, wife of John Ashton. 
Brothers-in-law Richard Chicke, Robert Webb, and John 
Chicke, overseers. Son Nicholas Marshall under age. Proved 
by relict in P.C.C. 18 Feby. 1625-6. (Hele 21). He had also 
a son Thomas Marshall, who proved the will of his aunt Anne 
Marshall, 1616. 

4. William Marshall, of Dinnington, in the diocese of Bath and 

Wells, co. Somerset. Will dated 1 Deer. 1623. Gives money 
to poor of Uminster. Mentions, brother Nicholas Marshall, — 
four children of son-in-law John Braggs, — Elizabeth, Susanna, 
James, John, and Richard, children of my brother John 
Marshall of Exeter, all under age, — my brother Roger's child- 
ren, that is his son John, daughter Jane, and daughter Mary, 
all under age, — Edward the son of my brother Thomas, and 
Joane and Judith (under age) his daughters, — Anne, Elizabeth, 
Margaret, Joane, and Phillip, the daughters of my cozen John 
Marshall, all under age,— Mary Geare myne apprentice, — John 
Remolds my man, — Stenchlie Bennet, — Julian Stucchie my 
god-daughter, — to my brother Thomas my chattell lease of 
Chipplecome and Longhills in the parish of Winsham, co. 
Somerset, — Nicholas son of said Thomas, — gives legacy to said 
brother Thomas on condition that he makes over his land in 
West and Middle Chinnock to his (the said Thomas's) son 
Robert " on his retorne home," — John son of my brother 
Thomas, — William Marshall my brother Thomas his son to be 
executor, — he proved the will in P.C.C. 5 March, 1623. 
(Byrde 28). Administration was granted 4 April, 1624 to 
Thomas Marshall, brother of the testator, because William 
Marshall, the executor, was dead. 

5. John Marshall, called the younger in his father's will, Mayor of 

Exeter in 1615, of whom presently. 

6. Thomas Marshall, of Chillington, tanner, devisee of Chippelcombe 

and Longhills, in the will of his brother William. Will dated 
22 August, 1641. Gives house at Chillington to his daughter 
Agnes Stuckie for life, with remainder to her son Thomas 
Stuckie, — her other children John, Judith, and Nicholas are 
all mentioned as under age, — my daughter Joane Weeks, her 

1 I take this John to be the John mentioned in the will of William Marshall, 
1G23, as his cousin (cousin at this date usually means nephew), who had five 
daughters, Anne, Elizabeth, Margaret, Joane, and Phillip, all under age. There 
were four other Johns, as will be seen from the pedigree, who stood in the 
relation of nephew to this testator, all of whom, so far as can be ascertained, died 
without issue, or had no issue in the year lb'23. His father Nicholas is described 
in his will as of Uminster, it is probable that the son also resided at that place. 
These considerations, coupled with the name of his youngest daughter, vizt. 
Phillip, lead me to the conclusion that he is identical with " John Marshall of 
Uminster, co. Somerset, yeoman. " Will nuncupative, dated 13 April, 1635. He 
gave all he had to Elizabeth his wife, in the hearing of Katherine Goodland, the 
wife of Christopher Goodland, and of his (testator's) daughter Phillip Marshall. 
Administration to relict 2G May 1035." Tin's will is registered in P.C.C, 
(Sadler 45). 

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10 the Marshall's of exeter. 

four children Anne, Marshall, Eebecca, and William, all under 
age, — to my wife Judith Marshall my now dwelling house, etc., 
iu Chillington. — whereas I am to pay unto my son Edward 
Marshall £100 given to him by his uncle "William Marshall 
deceased, and also £100 which was given him by his brother 
William Marshall deceased, etc. — appoints cozens Richard 
Knight, Thomas Marshall, and Robert Marshall, executors. 
The will was proved by all three inP.C.C. 30 September, 1641. 
(Evelyn 113.) This testator probably reached an advanced 
nge, as several of his children predeceased him. It will be 
noticed that, like his father, he had two sons named John. 
His issue was :— 

i. William Marshall, of Chillington, will nuncupative and 
undated, — William Stuckey son of William Stuckey, — 
to all my brothers and sisters £100 apiece, — money to 
poor of Dinnington and Ilrainster, — my father Thomas 
Marshall executor. He proved the will in P.C.C. 10 
April 1624. (Byrde 36.) 
ii. John Marshall, of Exeter, made his will nuncupative, 
24 May, 1622, in which he is described as the younger. 
The term younger is no doubt used to distinguish him 
from his uncle John Marshall (Mayor and Alderman) 
of Exeter, and not from his brother John, who was 
citizen and fishmonger of London. He bequeathed to 
each of the children of his uncle John Marshall, 
Alderman of Exeter, £50 ; to Grace Challis, £10 ; to 
the poor of Chillington, £10 ; and a like sum to the 
poor of St. Mary Arches ; to his cousin John Marshall, 
£100; to Mary W;.ll, £10; residue to his brother 
Robert Marshall, and appoints him executor. Adminis- 
tration to John Marshall the uncle, 5 July 1623, because 
Robert Marshall the executor renounced. Administra- 
tion 3 March, 162S, to Alice Marshall, widow and 
executrix of John Marshall, senr., deceased, while he 
lived, administrator of the goods of John Marshall the 
younger. Administration 17 June, 1631, to James 
Marshall of the city of Exeter, merchant, because the 
said Alice was dead. (Swan 72.) This James was 
eldest son of the alderman, 
iii. Nicholas Marshall, "of Chillington, co. Somerset, tanner, 
one of the sons of Thomas Marshall of Chillington 
aforesaid." Will dated 14 January, 1627. Gives to his 
brother John Marshall, citizen and fishmonger, of 
London, a messuage called Puphills and other lands at 
West Chinnock, Middle Chinnock, and Puphill, co. 
Somerset, and lease of Longhill and Chippelcombe, in 
the parish of Winsham, and appoints him executor. 
He proved in P.C.C. 27 Octr. 1628. (Barrington 92.) 
iv. Robert Marshall. 
v. Edward Marshall. 
vi, John Marshall of St. Mary le Bowe, citizen and fish- 



the Marshall's of exeter. 1 1 

monger, of London. Will dated 1 October, 1630. 
Appoints wife Anne Marshall sole executrix. Mentions 
the four children of my sister Anne Stuckey of 
Chillington, co. Somerset, all under age, — Jeromie 
Leeche, parson of St. Mary le Bowe, where I now 
dwell, — my servant Susan Langworthe, — my father in 
law John Lynne and Mr. William Spurstowe overseers, 
— wife "now going with child." — Proved in l'.C.C. by 
relict 12 October, 1630. (Scroope 88.) 

John Lynne was of Exeter, and entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of Devon, 1620. See Harleian Socidj, 
vol. vij p. 176 ; and Genealogist, vol. i, p. 318. 

i. Joane married Weeks, and had issue. 

ii. Judeth, living in 1623. 

iii. Agnes, married William (?) Stuckey of Chillington, and 

had issue. She is called Anne in the will of her 

brother John above. 

7. Roger Marshall of Aishwell, in the parish of Ilminster, cLthier. 

Will nuncupative, dated 10 April, 163.3. Mentions daughters 

Marie and Joane, — Joane to be executrix. "Witnesses, Thomas 

Marshall and William Marshall. Proved in P.C.C. by said 

Joane Marshall 10 June, 1635. (Sadler 69.) 

Besides the above daughters he had a son John Marshall, 

who is mentioned in the will of William Marshall, 1623, as 

then under age. He probably died in his father's lifetime. 

1. Ann. Her will, as of the parish of Ilminster, co. Somerset, 

spinster, is dated 12 December, 1616, and was proved in 

P.C.C. 14 February, 1616-17 by the executor therein named. 

(Weldon 11.) She wills to be buried in the churchyard of 

Ilminster. Mentions brother Roger Marshall and his three 

children, — Nicholas Marshall, my godson, the son of my 

brother Edward Marshall, deceased, — Edward Marshall, the 

son of my brother Thomas Marshall of Chillington, — Jone 

Ayshton, the daughter of my brother Nicholas Marshall,— 

my kinsman Thomas Marshall, son of my brother Nicholas 

Marshall, sole executor and residuary legatee. Christian 

Marshall is one of the witnesses. 

John Marshall, the Alderman, and Mayor of Exeter, probably 

settled in that city early in life. He married at St. Mary at Arches, 

30 August, 1595, Alice, daughter of Richard Beavis 1 (or Bevis) of 

Exeter. I have the following notes of his will, and that of his 

wife : — 

" John Marshall, Esq., one of the Aldermen of the citty of Exeter. 
Dated 8 August, 1621. To be buried in St. Mary Arches church. 
Property to be divided into three equal parts according to the custom 
of the city of Exeter. First portion to wife, one other portion 
amongst my two daughters and three sons, vizt. , James Marshall, 
John Marshall, Richard Marshall, Elizabeth Marshall, and Susan 
Marshall. The other third in the following legacies. To son James 

1 Arms. — Azure three helmetd Argent attired (sic) Or. — Alphabetical Register, 
etc., by Rd. La eke, p. 22. 



12 tiie Marshall's of exeteh. 

Marshall so much as shall with the legacy given him by his cousin 
John Marshall deceased make up his portion to £300. The like sum 
to sons John and Richard. The same to make daughter Elizabeth's 
portion up to £400, and the same to make daughter Susan's up to 
£350. All these children under age. To my daughter Alice Harris 
my second best ' guilte bowle.' To my daughter Jane third best gilt 
bowl. Thomas Milford, Ebott Groot, Agnes Groote, and Mary Wall. 
Lands in parish of Northtowne called Eastercombe, Westercombe, 
and Luckerdon. Brother in law Peter Bevis, Esq're. Estate ' of and 
in the sheafe and Rectory ' of Bampton, co. Devon. Proved by Alice 
Marshall the relict and executrix in P.C.C. 17 September, 1624:." 
(Byrde 74.) 

" Alice Marshall of the city of Exeter, widow. Dated 30 Decem- 
ber, 1630. To my son and heir apparent James Marshall the manor 
of Daccombe, in the parish of St. Mary Church, co. Devon. My 
brother Richard Bevis. My daughter Elizabeth Trowbridge. My 
daughter Alice Harris. My daughter Jane Golde [i.e. Gould]. My 
daughter Susanna Marshall, under age. Legacies bequeathed to said 
Susanna by her cousin John Marshall, and her brother John Marshall. 
Son Richard Marshall, under age, and legacy left to him by his cousin 
John Marshall, and mentions death of the said Richard's brother John 
Marshall. My five grandchildren, Bartholomew Harris, James Golde, 
John Golde, John Trowbridge, and Elizabeth Trowbridge. To my 
dear mother M 118 Jane Martyn one silver bowl with my coat of arms 
graved or pounced thereon. My brother Peter Beavis. My sister 
in law M m Susanna Beavis.' My four nephews, Richard, "William, 
1'eter, and Henry Beavis, sons of my brother Peter Beavis. Son 
James Marshall sole executor. He proved in P.C.C. 24 February, 
1630-1." (St. John 23.) Alice Marshall died 7 Jan., 1630. M.I. 

John and Alice Marshall had the following children : — 

1. John, bapt. 17 June, 1599 ; buried 20 March, 1600. 

2. James, bapt. 22 January, 1608 ; of whom presently. 

3. John, of the City of Exeter, bapt. 19 July, 1610 ; buried 

16 December, 1630. Administration granted by the Arch- 
deaconry Court of Exeter to Alice Marshall his mother and 
James Marshall, merchant, 18 Dec, 1630. Bond is entered 
by which Alice Marshall, widow, James Marshall, merchant, 
Peter Bevis, Esq., and Dudley Copplestone of the City of 
Exeter, merchant, are bound to Thomas Barrett, clerk, and 
Wm. Kiste, in £1000. 

4. Richard, bap. 15 March, 1612. 

5. Richard, bap. 3 Nov. 1613 ; buried 9 June, 1635. 

1. Jane, bapt. 29 June, 1598; buried 30 May, 1600. 

2. Alice, bapt. 29 June, 1600; married, 29 June, 1621, George 

Harris, who was born at Barnstaple, and had issue. 

3. Grace, bapt. 6 Mav, 1602 ; buried 11 January, 1620. 

4. Elizabeth, bapt, 24 March, 1602-3 ; married,' 26 March, 1627, 

Thomas Trowbridge of Taunton, and had issue. 

5. Jane, bapt. 18 March, 1603-4 ; married, 26 September, 1624, 

1 See Hurl. Soc , vol. vi, p. 181. 



the Marshall's of exeter. 13 

James Gould 1 of Exeter. (See Prince's Worthies of Devon, 
new edition, London, 1810, 4to, p. 436 ; and Visitation of 
Devon, Hart. Soc, vol. vi, p. 132.) 

6. Susanna, married, 30 June 1635, Richard Lant. 

7. Anne, bap. 26 March, 1607 ; buried 14 Xov'r, 1607. 

James Marshall, second, but eldest surviving son, was Mayor of 

Exeter in 1658. Married, 29 May, 1632, Susanna, daughter of 

Taylour. He was buried 26 January, 1664. The register describes 
him as some-time Mayor. His monumental inscription is still extant, 
" Here lyeth the Body of [Jamejs Marshall, Marchent, Mayor of this 
City, who departed this life y e 20 (?) Jan., 1664." Administration of 
his effects was granted by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 
11 February, 1664-5, to Susanna his relict. They bad issue : — 

1. John Marshall, bapt. 16 April, 1635. 

2. James Marshall, bapt. 26 Nov., 1637. Administration granted 

by P.C.C., in which he is described as "James Marshall 
senior of the City of Exeter, but at Guinney in parts 
beyond sea deceased," to John Marshall his brother, 10 May, 
1677, James Marshall his son having renounced. Adminis- 
tration debonisnon to James Marshall the soul 6 Oct., 1694. 

3. Richard, bapt, 12 April, 1640. 

4. Samuel, bapt, 9 July, 1648. 2 

5. Joseph, bapt. 31 March, 1650. 

1. Elizabeth, bapt. 29 May, 1642; buried 13 October following. 

2. Sarah, buried 20 July, 1656. 

The persons mentioned in the following extracts from the register 
of burials at St. Mary Arches were no doubt connected, but 1 am 
unable to say how. " 1678. April 8. Mrs. Sarah Marshall." " 1697. 
Dec 5. Mrs! Ann Marshall." 

The earliest entry of the name, and the only one which has not 
been already mentioned, in the register of St. Mary Arches, is the 
marriage of " Thomas Marshall and Eleanor Trubodye," which took 
place 16 January, 1544. The only other Eleanor Marshall I have met 
with belonging to Exeter made her will 4 October, 1607, as of 
Crediton, in the co. of Devon, widow. She mentions her daughters 
Agnes Coleman, Grace Woode, and Mary Dennys and her children 
Thomas Dennys and Ellinor. Thomas Dennys my son in law. 
Appoints John Tucklleld of Crediton, gent., and Nicholas Ware of 
the same parish, yeoman, executors. Both proved the will 7 May, 
1608, in P.C.C, (Windebank 44). 

1 There was at a later date another match between a Marshall and one of the 
Exeter Goulds. Sarah, born in 1697, daughter of George Gould of Exeter, by 

Elizabeth his wife, married Marshall of Exeter. George Gould was of the 

city of Exeter, mercer ; will dated 22 Octr. 1694, and codicil 16 June, 1702. 
Proved in P.C.C. 7 August, 1702 (Heme 131). In the codicil there is a bequest of 
40s. to " the nurse of my daughter Sarah deceased," but no other mention of her 
is made. 

2 Perhaps identical with '•' Samuel Marshall of Fremington, co. Devon, clerk.' Will 
nuncupative, dated 14 July, 1G81. " His whole study of bookes and all whatsoever 
he had he gave to Mrs. Susanna Marshall his deare mother." Witnesses, Mrs. Mary 
P>erry, Mrs. Sedwill Kimpland, Mrs. Penelope Kimpland. Admon. to Susanna 
Marshall his mother 25 July 1681, in Principal Registry of Exeter. Inventory 
±'173 5s. 



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.MARSHALL OF tJKSWICK, HADHAM, BLEWBURY, 
BOSBURY, etc. 

This family appears to have been resident at Urswick in the time of 
Henry VIII., if not earlier, and members of it, or at all events persons 
of the same surname, have resided in that parish in comparatively 
recent times. A pedigree in a MS. of Vincent's in the College of 
Arms (Xo. 122, fo. 132), tracer a descent from the Marshalls of 
Pickering, co. York, hut varies so much from the authentic accounts 
of that family, besides fissioning entirely different arms, that it appears 
if not fictitious, at all events doubtful. The arms of the Pickering 
Marshalls, were, Barf// of six Argent and Sable, a anion Ermine, 
quartering, Bruse, Hawyke, and Browne. This, so-called, branch of 
that house never appears to have pretended to this coat, which affords 
prima facie evidence that it was not part or parcel of it. I shall not 
therefore give the earlier part of Vincent's pedigree, but commence 
with William Marshall of Carlton, co. Nottingham, avIio he asserts to 
have been the father of Thomas Marshall of Steventon, co. Lincoln. 
There is a copy of Vincent's pedigree in Harleian MS., 6147, signed 
"Will'm Marshall." The coat assigned by Vincent is, Gules,, on a 
fess Argent between three mascles Or as man// lions' heads erased Azure. 
The portions of the following pedigree derived from the Visitation 
of Berkshire, 1623, will be found in Add. MS. (British Museum) 
4961, fo. 58 ; the arms there given are, Or, two bars gemelles Sable, in 
chief a chess rook between two mullets of. the second. Harleian MS. 
1441 states that this coat was granted by Bysshe, 14 Deer., 1647, to 
John Marshall of London Vintner, one of the Common Councilmen. 
See also Harl. MS. 1532, fo. Ill ■ and Add. MS. 14283, fo. 66. 

Nicholas Marshall was inducted A'icar of Urswick, 2 Feby. 1620. 
He was still Vicar in 1650 when the Church Survey was taken. 
The jurors then returned, "That y e Viccar Officiating y e Cure of y c 
Church is Mr. Nicholas Marshall, both Viccar of y e Church and 
Maister of a ffree School, but that he is scandelous in life & negligent 
in both his callings. 1 Numerous extracts from the Registers of 
Urswick will be found in " Local Gleanings, relating to Lancashire 
and Cheshire," edited by J. P Earwaker, Vol. ii, pp. 239, 249. The 
only notes I have from wills are the following. 

Will of William Marshall now living in Nagg's Head Court 
between Gracechurch Street and St. Clement's Lane in the parish of 
St. Clement's Eastchip, dated 2 March, 1676. To be buried in 
Deptford churchyard where I buried my mother, my father having 
been buried there before, and where if it might have stood with her 
liking I would have buried my deceased wife. Makes " my vertuous 
trusty diligent and careful servant Anne Marshall daughter of Thomas 
Marshall of Stainton in the parish of Urswick, co. Lancaster," sole 
executrix and universal legatee. She proved in P.C.C. 17 Deer., 
1683. (Dmx 142.) 

1 Record Society's Publications, vol. i, p. 138. 



MARSHALL OF URSWICK. 15 

Administration of the goods of Thomas Marshall of Urswick was 
granted 8 February, 1711. (Richmond Wills, Furness Deanery). 

John Marshall of Stainton in the parish of Vrswicke, yeoman, made 
his will 20 March, 1646. Gives to grandchild Thomas Marshall my 
tenement of Skaitbreake within Osmotherly, also all my part of the 
tythe of Stainton and Adgarley. Household goods to said grandson 
reserving to my son William Marshall the use during his life. Jennett 
Marshall my grandchild. The three sons of my son Thomas Marshall 
15s. equally amongst them. My grandchild Marg. Fox. Anne, 
Isabell, and Frances Marshall, daughters of my son William Marshall. 
Sons William Marshall and John Marshall executors. John Richard- 
son and William Ashburner supervisors. No date of probate appears. 
(Richmond Wills,. Furness Deanery). 

It will be seen that this family was connected with Stoke-Lacy, 
co. Hereford. The will of John Marshall, the elder, of that place, 
yeoman, dated 3 October, 1619, was proved in P.C.C. by Jane 
Marshall, his widow and relict, 11 February 1649-50. He mentions 
his daughters, Elenor, Susanna, Anne, Isabell, and Jane. Grandchild 
"Elizabeth Pitt. Appoints wife residuary legatee and executrix. 
Witnesses, James Rawlins, John Marshall, and Martha Marshall. 
(Pembroke 25.) 



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1 Will of " Willyani Marshall of Lambithe, co. Surrey, Esquire. 9 
T<> nephew Christopher Mershall the eldest son of Thomas Marshall 
my brother all that my manner of Kynwick, co. Norfolk, and. also my 
manor of Howchins, co. Essex, and all my other lands in Norfolk and 
Essex to him and his heirs males, remainder to John Mershall second 
son of said Thomas Mershall, remainder over to Thomas Mershall third 
son of said Thomas Mershall, remainder over to light heirs of testator. 
Houses at Cheshunt to said Christopher Mershall. Copyholds at Moche- 
hadh m to said Christopher for term of two years, then to Christopher 
Mershall my brother for six years, remainder to John Mershall and 
Thomas Mershall. To nephew Christopher Mershall the parsonage of 
Blewberry, co. Berks, for term of five years to paj r £10 a year to 
Edmond S r geant, then for term of ten years more to pay £20 a year 
to my sisters Margaret and Agnes to either of them, the residue of the 
profits of the said parsonage to be imployed by said Christopher in 
erecting a free school either in Little Urswicke, co, Lancaster, or in 
Mochehadham afs d , the stipend of the schoolmaster to be £15 per 
annum; and also three scholarships in the University of Cambridge, 
in Pembroke Hall, Clare Hall, and Jesus College, to each of them five 
marks yearly for ever. The maintenance of the said school and 
schollarshipps to be taken out of the moiety of the manor of Branting- 
thorp, co. Leicester which I lately purchased in the said Christopher's 
name to the use aforesaid. The said schollarships to be for Lancashire, 
Cumberland, Hertfordshire, and Essex. Lease of Castlecamps co. 
Cambridge to nephew Christopher to pay to said brother Christopher 
£20 a year during the lease. Mentions " the patent of the office" of 
brother Christopher, which it appears had been pledged to testator as 
security for a debt. My brother Kinge. George Mershall my servant. 
Thomas Pygott, Anne Finche, Henry Strong, Thomas Lanye, W in 
Newmarche, and Edmund Hungate. Mr. Webbe. Frequent mention 
is made of the then Archbishop of Canterbury, and legacies given to 
all his household. To John Mershall, saddler of London, and his 
wife 40 s each. Margaret Kinge my wife's sister. To my sister 
Christopher Mershalls wife £20 toward bringing up of my brother 
Thomas MershaU's daughter. Lease of Manor of Scrowby, co. Nott m , 
to John Scott of Lambith, Esq 1 ', and Anthony Nichols, Gent. 
Witnesses— John Bullock, John Scott, Will m Webl:, Thomas Ballarde, 
Peter Morten, and Will 1 " Woodhall. 

2 Will as of Much Haddam, co. Hertford, Gent., lying sicke at Wat- 
lington, co. Oxford. Nuncupative. "One Rose Hoptro the same day 
did. come to visite him who lyinge vppon his bed in his accustomed 
apparell she saide vnto him theise wordes or like in effect, viz. M r 
Marshall remember yourselfe and make your Will, etc." He then 
mentioned his sister Elizabeth Marshall and gave her £200. To sister 
Mary Quartermaine £200, — " and with that gave a great gaspe and 
dep'ted this life," being present Pose Hoptro, Thomas Quartermaine, 
Margery Benson, and Jerome Quartermaine. 

3 In his will he desires to be buried in the parish church of 
Blewbery; and devises to loving friends James Hallywell of Blewberry, 
Gent., and to my cosen Fraunces Slade of Wantinge, co. Berks, clerk, 
his manor of Kenwicke in parish of Tilney in Marshland, co. Norfolk, 



MARSHALL OF URSWICK. l'«) 

and also manor called Howchins alias Fowchinges in parish of 
Feeringe, co. Essex, to hold said manor of Kenwicke for 15 years, and 
manor of Howchins for 30 years, first to pay off mortgage on them, 
and then to raise 200 marks for a portion for my daughter Margery 
Marshall. Bequeaths to Henry Marshall, Gent., my cousin gernian, 
annuity of £30 after decease of Dorothy Winston mv sister-in-law, or 
after decease of Margery my now wife, winch shall first happen. To 
the four daughters of Dorothy Winston, my neices Dorothy, Anne, 
Elizabeth, and Catherine, £20 apiece. To my aunt Staunton's children 
40s. apiece. To my aunt Bradford's children 40s apiece. My aunt 
Elianor Marshall. Aunt Bradford's son Thomas Bradford. As touching 
the fee simple of the manors hereinbefore devised for term of years to 
my executors, and which were by William Marshall, Esq., my great 
uncle deceased, by his last will given to Christopher Marshall, Esq., 
my father deceased and his heirs with divers other remainders over in 
tail, — recites that testator was heir male of his great uncle and that he 
has no issue male, and has suffered a recovery to bar entail, — devise to 
right heirs males of his great uncle William Marshall, bat if they 
interfere with executors in the execution of the trusts before recited, — 
then I devise the said manor to the right heirs of my brother Edmond 
Marshall, Esq., deceased, for ever. To Margery my wife household 
goods at Old Windsor hut not elsewhere. My uncle Gregory Slade 
and kinsman William Bridges overseers. Published 26 March, 1632. 
Codicil, dated 27 March, 1639, whereas there is a legacy of £10 in 
my late testament to my well-beloved aunt Mary Bradford, of Aston, 
co. Berks, and she being since deceased, test 1 ' gives said legacy to his 
servant Henry Hulles. Codicil, dated 3 July, 1632 ; mentions kins- 
woman Mrs. Anne Bridges wife of William Bridges, Gent., and after- 
wards calls him his 'cousin.' Test 1 " mentions his trunk at 'William 
Bridges' house. Proved by sentence of Court by James Hallywell one 
of the executors, 14 May, 1633. 

4 In his will he devises his lands in Blubery and Bosbery to wife 
Dorothie to educate children till age of 18, and then portions to be 
raised for them at discretion of my brother M 1 ' Francys Goddard, Esq r , 
my brother William Marshall, gent., and Giles Winston, gent., and 
Mr. Hughe Keate my beloved friend. 

5 1611. " Die Martis mane inter horas quintam et sextam undecimo 
die dicti mensis natus est primogenitus Henrici Marshalle generosi et 
Merialle uxoris ejus, qui primogenitus baptizatus est vicesimo quarto 
die et nominatus Edmundus." — Parish Regr. of Bosbury. 

6 He was churchwarden of Bosbury, 1630. Giles Winston was 
churchwarden there in 1610. 

7 Catherine dau. of Tho s Blackwall, gent., of Old Court, and Dorothj' 
his wife, was bap* at Stoke Lacy, 7 Jan T , 1627, and bur d at Bosbury 
Oct., 1628 — Bosbury Register. John son of Thomas Blackwall, gent., 
and Dorothy his wife was bapt. at Bosbury 23 May, 1630, and buried 
same day (I ' ) 

8 26 Sept r 1630. " Dorothea filia Gulielmi Bridges, gener., et 
An me uxoris ejus baptizabatur." — Bosbury Register. 



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24 MARSHALL OF WOOD WALTON. 



* For the Herald's entry of this pedigree in 1613, see Visitation of Huntingdon- 
shire, Camden Soc. Vol. xliii. p. 34 ; and Coll Arms, MS. C 3, fo. 15. 

t Inq. p.m taken at Gamlingay, 22 May, 9 Eliz. (1567), on John Marshall, 
yeoman, died 12 Oct 1566. John, his son and heir, then aged 40. Land in 
Eltesley and Papworth Everard. (Cole's Inq., iii., 265.) 

J Will as " Robert Marshall of the Charterhouse, Citizeu and Bowyer of 
London." Bequeaths to cousin Anne Mathewes £5 ; to cousin Sarah Field, widow, 
£5, to Mary Bell, wife of John Bell, shoemaker, £5 ; residue, and that which is "in 
my chamber at the Charter house where I now live " to son-in-law John 
Widdowson, and makes him sole executor. He proved 1676. 

§ The following persons not named in the pedigree are mentioned in the will of 
this testator. Richard Smith my late wife's brother's son, legatee of all 
testator's Divinity and Philosophy books. The children of Samuel Burdett by 
Anne his late wife, my late wife's kinswoman. The children of Elizabeth now 
wife of John Bentley late wife of Peter Frisby. The children of John Smith by 
his late wife Mary, my late wife's kinswoman. Thomas Marshall, Taylor, of 
St. Giles in the Fields, ' who calls himself my brother.' My cousins Samuel Gabry, 
iTohn Gabry, Mark Gabry, and Mary wife of Mr. John Nedham. My cousin Mr. 
William Cosyn Minister of God's word. Kinsman Richard Cosyn. Susan Smith, 
widow of his (testator's) late wife's brother. Moses Burton and John Gabry to be 
executors. 

|] Mention is made by this testator of his cousins Thomas Cullen and Thomas 
Johnson ; and " my first cousin Elizabeth Morley, who has been very careful of 
me in my sickness. 

11 Memorandum That Thomas Marshall being sicke in body but in perfect 
sence bequeathed to his sonne John Tenn shillings. Vnto Elienor and Elizabeth 
his two Daughters two hundred pounds Provided that if his wife now left behind 
be with child, the Child borne shall have an equall share with the two daughters 
in the two hundi ed pounds. Likewise he did ordaine his wife sole Executrix of 
this his will Jan. 1, 1645. Witnes John Eyre, John Marshall. Testator is 
described in the Probate Act as " late of the Town of Cambridge." __ 

** Elizabeth Marshall of the parish of St. Sepulchres without Newgate, London, 
widow, relict of John Marshall, late of Woodwalton, in the Co. of Huntingdon, 
gent, deceased. Dated 4 Jan. 1675. To be buried in the parish of St. Andrew 
Holborne. Forty shillings to Dr. William Bell to preach funeral sermon. There 
is due to me from S 1 ' Robert Vyner £90 ; Mr. Isaac Mennell deceased £100 ; and 
from Mrs. Lindsey £100. Gives out of these sums £40 to my sister Jane Hicks 
the wife of Adam Hicks, and to her son and dau'r Edward and Jane Hicks £20 
apiece. Forty shillings each to poor of parishes of St. Andrew Holborne, St. 
Sepulchres, and St. Dunstan in the West. To Mr. Thomas Bostock, girdler, £5, 
and to his wife Mrs. Joane Bostock, 40s. . To friends Ann Ryley, and Lucretia 
Weaver of the parish of St. Sepulchres 20s. apiece Anthony Osborne, Girdler. 
Margaret Pendrith, widow. The Lady Elizabeth Thibalde, Elienor Marshall, and 
Mary Marshall. Residue to loving friend John Marshall of Finchingtield, co. 
Essex, Esq, and appoints him sole executor. He proved the will 1 May, 1676. 

ft See ' East Anglian,' iii., 6. 



MARSHALL OF WOOD WALTON. 25 

The following are notes of wills of person? probably related to this 
family. 

Mary Marshall, "of the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less 
within the Citfcy of London widdow," will dated 5 May, 1714, 
proved by her son, Henry Marshall, in P.C.C. 22 Dec. following 
(Aston 244). She mentions, My dan'r Elizabeth Butler. My dau'r 
Jane Marshall. Mary Cartwright, Elizaheth Cartwright, William 
Cartwright, and Thomas Butler, the four children of my said dau'r 
Elizabeth Butler. My sisters Thomasin Martin and Hannah Belling. 
My son William Butler, and brother John Martin. My sister 
Elizabeth How. My sisters Elizabeth Marsh and Catherine Rilythe 
(sic). My brother Martin's children. Elizabeth Day. Alice Ryly 
my niece. Household goods to be divided between my son Henry 
Marshall, Elizabeth Butler, and Jane Marshall. Elizabeth Cooper. 
Ann Pelling. Abigail Harris. Sarah Perkins. Son Henry Marshall 
ex'or and residuary legatee. Codicil dated 13 June, 1714, mentions 
my relation Mr. William Cox. Second Codicil dated 28 Nov. 1714. 

Thomas Marshall, the eldest son of this testatrix, was of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Middx., Gent. Will dated 28 Jan. 1713, proved by his 
brother Henry Marshall in B.C. C. 17 Feb. 1713 (Aston 32). Gives 
to dear and honoured mother £1000. Mentions his sister Elizabeth 
Butler, brother Henry Marshall, and sister Jane Marshall. To Mary 
Cartwright, Elizabeth Cartwright, William Cartwright, and Thomas 
Butler, the four children of my sister Elizabeth Butler, £300 apiece. 
My aunts Elizabeth How, Thomasin Martin, ami Hannah Belling. 
My clerk Samuel Harnett and Ins mother Susanna Harriett. Friends 
Mr. Thomas Woodford, and William Mowbray. My gold watch to 
Mr. John Warner, goldsmith. 

Jane Marshall, above mentioned, was of the parish of St. Peter 
the Poor, London, spinster. Will of 27 Dec. 1753, proved by her 
brother Henry Marshall in P.C.C. 13 June 1757 (Herring 197.) To 
brother Henry Marshall 11500, and appoints him ex'or. My niece 
Elizabeth Cartwright. George Garrard. Mrs. Thomzin Hurnard. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Martyn. Mr. Chamberlayne. Mrs. Jane Martyn. 
Mr. Thomas Martyn. Mr. Thomas Martyn, the son of Mr. John 
Martyn late of Maryland Point. Mr. John March. Mr Richard 
March. Mr. Robert Riley. Mr. George Riley. Mrs. Mary Riley. 
Mi'. . . Riley's son. Mrs. Sarah Baxter. Mr. Charles Corker. Mrs. 
Bean. Sarah Alexander. Rings of 20s. each to Mis. Eliz a Martyn, 
sen., Dr. Martyn and his wife, Mrs. Ann Dewell, Mrs. Gratiania 
Dewell, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. Mary Simson (Sunson ?) Mrs. 
Ireland, Mr. Francis Cooper, Mrs. Masket, Mrs. Helinsley, and Mr. 
Tho. Roe. 

Henry Marshall, who proved these wills, made his will, in which 
he is described as Citizen and Painter-stainer of London, 24 June, 
1757. To niece Elizabeth Cartwright £3000. To Mrs. Thomasin 
Hurnard £300. To Mrs. Mary Chamberlain £200. To Mr. Thomas 
Martin £20. To Mrs. Jane Martin £500. To Mr. Thomas Martin, 
now or late of Jamaica. £100. To Mr. George Garrard £100. Francis 
Cooper. Mr. Richard March. George Riley, sen. George Riley, 
jun. Mrs. Mary Riley. Mrs. Mary Bailey. Mr. Thomas Roe. Mrs. 
B 



26 WILLS OF BEDFORDSHIRE MARSH ALLS. 

Mary Brown. Mr. Charles Gisbey. Mrs. Sarah Baxter. To worthy 
friend Mr. Timothy Helmsley £100. Niece Elizabeth Cartwright, 
Timothy Helmsley, and Charles Corker, ex'ors. Codicil dated 25 
Aug. 1757. Witnesses Marshall Rant, Thomas Rant. Proved by 
two last named ex'ors 3 Feb. 1758. 



WILLS OF BEDFORDSHIRE MARSIIALLS IN P.C.C. 

The oldest will of a Bedfordshire Marshall I have met with is that 
of William Marchall " dwelling wt'in the place of the blacke freres of 
Dunstaple in the Countie of Bedfford, gentilman," dated 8 July 1531. 
He bequeaths to the mother church of Lincoln 4d., and to parish 
church of Todington 20s, Mentions, his late wife Alice, his father 
John, and mother Joan. His daughters Dorathe and Margaret. 
Mary, Jane, and Alice, daughters of his son Richard Marchall. 
Devises farms at Chalton, etc., to son William Marchall. Mentions, 
daughter Elizabeth Brockas, her late husband John Brockas, Esq., and 
their children Mary Brockas and Robert Brockas. Gives residue to 
wife Mary, and appoints her, and son William Marchall executors. 
My good lady of Wilshere to be overseer Proved by relict 6 
February, 1531 (13 Thower, vol. i.) A pedigree of Brockas will be 
found in Berry's Hampshire Genealogies, p. 91. " My good lady of 
Wilshere " was Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Howard, Duke of 
Norfolk, and wife of Sir Thomas Boleyne, K.G., Earl of Wiltshire. 

William Marshall devisee of the farms at Chalton may be identical 
with " William Marshall of Hi.tch.en, co. Hertford, yeoman," at which 
place a numerous family of the name 'appear to have resided. His 
will is dated 15 May, 1573, and was proved by Annys his relict and 
sole executrix, 3 June following. (Peter 20.) He mentions his 
daughter Johan, under age. Devises tenement in Chalton in parish of 
Ipolits, to Edward Laurence the son of William Laurence late of 
Gosemor my brother deceased. Also mentions, the children of John 
Draper late of Chalton which he had by my sister ; the four children 
of William Laurence late of Gosemer deceased, viz., William 
Laurence, Annys Laurence, Margaret Laurence, and John Laurence ; 
Johan Braye and Kirchin Braye the daughters of Thomas Braye 
which he had by Johan his wife my sister. 

William Marshall, the elder, of Hippolets, co. Hertford, yeoman, 
apparently a member of this family, made his will 23 December, 1624. 
He names, son and heir William Marshall, executor ; 2nd son Robert 
Marshall ; 3rd son Christopher Marshall ; 4th son John Marshall ; 
5th son James Marshall ; daughter Grace Marshall ; Alice my wife. 
To Mr. Marshall minister of the parish of Hippoletts 10s. Codicil 
dated 26 December, 1624. Proved by within named executor, 24 
February, 1624. (Clark 20.) 

James Marshall fifth son of this testator Avas a citizen and Merchant 
Taylor of London. In his will dated 19 August, 1625, and proved 
by Jane Marshall his relict and executrix 10 November, 1626, (Helo 
126) he mentions his late father William Marshall of Ippoletts in co. 
Hertford, yeoman ; brother William Marshall of Ippoletts aforesaid ; 



WILLS OF BEDFORDSHIRE MARSHALLS. 27 

son William Marshall ; two daughters Kebecca and Sara Marshall ; 
brothers John Marshall, and Christopher Marshall. 

Robert Marshall, perhaps the brother of this testator, had a 
daughter Elizabeth, wife, first of Ralph Radcliffe of Hitchin, and 
secondly of Thomas Norton. Her arms were : Gules on a fess Argent 
between three mascles Or as many lions' heads erased Azure. See 
Cussan's Herts., Parts vii and viii, p. 66 ; Le Neve's Knights, p. 
214 ; Berry's Kent Genealogies, p. 130 ; Herald and Genealogist, iii, 
277 ; and Genealogist, v, 125. 

Edward Marshall of Hitchin, another of this family made his will 
19 May, 35 Elizabeth. He mentions his sons Thomas Marshall, and 
John Marshall, both under age ; his wife Alice ; daughter Alice, wife 
of William Abbot my son-in-law , their children William, Thomas, 
Abraham, Marye Abbott, and Joane Abbott, who are legatees of 40s. 
each ; daughter Elizabeth Marshall ; daughter Joane ; and appoints 
son Edward Marshall sole executor. He proved 29 May, 1593. 
(Nevell 41.) 

My next note of a Bedfordshire Marshall is the will of " William 
Marshall parson of Marston, co. Bedford," dated 16 February, 1558. 
To be buried in the chancel of the Assumption of our blessed Lady 
Marston nigh unto my mother's grave. To my niece Beatrix Frevell a 
cup of silver double gilt. Haselden Bury my nephew, and James 
Hutton his father-in-law. Devises his house at Royston, co. Cambridge, 
to his sister Jane Haselden. Nieces Elizabeth and Beatryce 
(Haselden?). Cosen Edward Chambers. Samuel Peto and Elizabeth 
his wife. William Peto. Maude Marshall, widow. Francis Marshall 
and Dorothy his sister. Robert Frevell, gentleman, is one of the 
witnesses. Proved 9 March, 1559 (Mellershe 20). 

William Marshall of Royston, the first of whom 1 have found any 
notice as connected with that place, made his will 8 February, 1506. 
He desires to be buried in the church of SS. John Baptist and Thomas 
Martyr of Royston before the altar of the Blessed Mary of Piety. 
Devises to wife Elizabeth tenement called " Marshall at the well " in 
the town of Royston till son William is of age, remainder to daughter 
Johanna. Mentions Agnes my wife's sister. Appoints Christopher 
Grene, Robert Marshall my brother, and Robert Hall of Royston 
executors. Witnesses :— Thomas Taverner my confessor, John Sutton 
of Mylrede, and James Rogerson of Royston. Proved at Lambeth by 
Robert Marshall, 26 November, 1507 (Adeane 29.) 

I find no further mention of Bedfordshire Marshalls till a much 
later date than this. Mr. Robert Marshall appears to have been 
minister of St. Peter de Merton, Bedford, from 1647-1660, during 
which period several of his children were baptised there, viz. : — 
William, 24 December, 1648; Margaret, 7 April, 1650 (buried 18 
May following) ; John, 22 April, 1651 ; An, 30 April, 1654; Robert, 
25 March, 1656 ; Elizabeth, 9 November, 1657 ; and a child of his 
still-born was buried 20 April, 1660. 

.lames Marshall of Harpenden, in co. Hertford, yeoman, in his will 
dated 30 December, 1719, devises his lands at Luton, co. Bedford, 
and lands at Harpenden to wife Anna for life, she to pay my brother 
Phillip Marshall £16 a year for his life ; the said annuity to be paid 



2S WILLS OF BEDFORDSHIRE MARSHALLS. 

after decease of said Phillip Marshall to my cousin Phillip Marshall 
son of my brother Phillip Marshall for Ins life. Lands before men- 
tinned to cousin Phillip Marshall after decease of my wife, remainder 
to bis children if he have any. Devises lands to churchwardens and 
overseers of Wheathampstead and Harpenden to put out poor men's 
children apprentices. Wife Anna sole executrix. Mr. Thomas 
Marson, junr., of Luton, grocer, and Hugh Smith of St. Albans, 
Malster, to assist executrix. Proved by Relict, 10 July, 1722. (Marl- 
borough 142.) 

"William Marshall of Hitchin, Herts, and Mary Harvy of St. Giles 
Cripplegate, were married at St. Mary Aldermanbury, 18 November, 
1714. 

The Marshalls of Ippolits appear to have remained at that place till 
a later period than that previously mentioned. Nicholas Marshall of 
the parish of St. Pulcker's, London, in his will, undated, desires to be 
buried in Ippollits churchyard at south side of Chancel. Mentions 
his wife Saray. Appoints John Doe trustee. Mentions also, my 
daughter Ann now Avife to John Stevens ; my son Josiah Marshall, 
'and his children ; granddaughter Mary Marshall daughter to my son 
Mathew ; my grandchildren, sons and daughters of Danill Gootteridge, 
who is mentioned as deceased as also his wife ; William Marshall my 
grandson son of my son Christopher (dead but his wife living) ; 
grandson William Marshall son of William Marshall executor. 
December 9, 1737, appeared William Marshall, senior, of the parish 
of St. Mary Whitechapell in the co. of Middlesex, gentleman, and 
Ann Steventon wife of Thomas Steventon of the parish of St. 
Sepulchre, London, and swore that the will was in handwriting of 
testator who died 2 December. December 10, 1737, appeared John 
W T ilmer of the parish of St. Andrew, Undershaft, merchant, and 
deposed that he knew Nicholas Marshall late of the parish of 
St. Sepulchre, but in the Fleet prison, London, deceased, and swore 
to the interlineations in the will. This will was proved by William 
Marshall the younger, the sole executor, 12 December, 1737. (Wake 
280.) 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 

A considerable family of the name was resident at, and in the 
neighbourhood of Cartmel during the seventeenth and eighteenth 
centuries. The following inscriptions are from monuments in Cartmel 
Church : — 

Here lyes y e Body of Mr. John Marshall late of Aynsom, 
who died the 5 th day of October, 1729, im the 75th year of 
his age. 
Here lyes y e Body of Mr. Henry Marshall late of Aynsom, 
who died the 9th day of lanvary, 1736, in the 42 d yeare of 
his age. 
Katharine Marshall, buried the 22 Day of Ivne, 1714. 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 29 

Here lyes y e body of Mr. Edward Marshall son of Mr. John 

Marshall of Aynsoni, who died the 22" day of December, 

1728, in the 38 th year of his age. 
Here lyes y' Body of Margaret Marshall relict of Mr. John 

Marshall of Aynsome, who died the 23 rd day of February, 

1735, in the 75 th year of her age. 
The following inscription is on a brass chandelier in the church : — 
The gift of Margaret the relict of Mr. John Marshall, late of 

Aynsome, to the Parish Church of Cartmel. Anno J )omini 

1734. 
This is accompanied by the following extraordinary coat of arms, 
on a lozenge : — Quarterly, 1. Per pale Or and A r ert, a lion rampant 
Gules. 2 and 3. Argent, two bars Gules, a canton Ermine. -4. 
Or (?) three chevrons (Gules or Sable 1 ?) ; a label of five points over 
all. Impaling: Ermine, a chevron Sable-. The first quarter is the 
coat of the Marshals, Earls of Pembroke, a coat the right to use which 
ceased except as a quartering to the descendants of their coheirs on 
the extinction of that earldom. The second and third quarters are 
evidently intended for the coat of the Yorkshire Marshalls. The 
fourth the coat of De Clare, quartered by the children of William 
Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, in right of his marriage with Isabel 
de Clare, daughter and heir of Richard, Earl of Pembroke, 
the celebrated Strongbow. Anyone conversant with ancient 
heraldic bearings will see at once that whoever bore this coat 
must have, been one of the most impertinent of pretenders, 
indeed it is, with one exception, the only instance I have met with 
of its usurpation. That instance is the pretence to bear it of one 
William Marshall of Newton Kyme, co. York, a militia colonel, 
whose daughter and heir married Randal Gossip, who assumed the 
name of Hatfield. William Marshall was descended of a respectable 
family of yeomen, long resident at Tadcaster, and certainly not 
entitled to this coat, nor so far as can be ascertained to any coat 
at all. 

I have taken some trouble to find out who the Aynsom Marshalls 
really were, and some of the "Richmond Wills" now at Somerset 
House, lead me to believe that they were a yeoman family, pretty 
numerous in that district, with no pretence to coat armour, till the 
benefactress of the parish chandelier adopted by its gift an easy and 
not very expensive method of asserting their nobility, and thus per- 
petuated a fraudulent coat of arms for the benpjit of her posterity. 

The Deaneries, the wills from which were proved in the Consistory 
Court at Richmond, situate in the county of Lancaster, are Furness, 
Amounderness, and Lonsdale. 



Furness Deaxery. 

I. (ieorge M'shell of Ludderburne. Dated 18 Jan'y, 1575. To 
be buried in churchyard of Cartmell. Robert Herryson, my sonne in 
law, to have fermhold according to the covenant that I made him 



30 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 

when he married my daughter that he should have my holle fermhold. 
To Anne, my daughter, when she comes to marriage £6 13s. 4d., and 
the same the year following. £6 13s. 4d. to my daughter Esabell, 
when at what time she comes into the countrye. Richard Allayne, 
my son in law 13s. 4d. if he come into the countrye. Kobert Gurnell. 
Catheren, my daughter. God children John Herryson and Robert 
Herryson. Genat M'shell. Robert Gurnell, Anne my daughter, and 
Robert Herryson, executors. Thomas Swenson, Robert Swenson, and 
Bryan Gurnell, supervisors. Inventory dated 25 Jan'y, 1575. 
Robert Marshall was one of those who made it. 

II. Richarde Marshell of Ludderburne in Cartmelfell of the parish 
of CartnieU. Dated 22 April, 1619. To be buried in Cartmell 
Church. Brother Myles marshall, executor and universal legatee. 
Wlll'm Marshall, Edwarde Swainson, and John Harrison supervisors. 
Proved by Myles Marshall, 3 July, 1619. 

III. John Marshall of Akes in Cartmelfell, w*in the pishe of Cart- 
mell, Husbandman. Dated 6 Feb'y, 1625. To be buried in my 
Parish Church of Cartmell. My whole messuage and tenement to 
Edward Marshall my son, and to his heirs for ever. Agnes my wife. 
Anthonye Marschell my brother, and his son Richard. I give to 
Winster Chappell 10s. Son Edward Marshall executor and residuary 
legatee. Edward Swaynson and John Swaynson supervisors. Proved 
30 Oct., 1634. 

IV. Myles Marshall of Addifeild in Cartmelfell, shereman. Dated 
2 Jan'y, 1634. To be buried in Cartmell Churchyard. To Agnes my 
daughter, £6 13s. 4d. To Elizabeth my daughter, £6 13s. 4d. 
Mabell my wife, executrix, and residuary legatee. Edward Marshall, 
my brother, and Rowland Harrison, tanner, supervisors. Proved 22 
May, 1635. 

V. Edward Marshall of Aynesom in Cartmell. Dated 27 April, 
1670. Messuage and tenement at Ayensome to son John Marshall 
in fee. Messuage at Fellege to grandson Edward Marshall, son of 
the said John. My grandson John Marshall, his brother Henry 
Marshall, his brother James, his sister Mary, Edward Marshall their 
eldest brother. My cosen Anthony Marshall and his son, his 
daughter Isabell. My cosen Ann Searll of London. My cosen Myles 
Marshall, and his brother James. My cosen Isabell Strickland. 
Myles Strickland late of Corkerhowe, and his brothers and sisters. 
Kathren the wife of Thomas Askew. My cozen Nicholas Strick- 
land and his son John, Thomas Muckelt of the Moore, Edward 
Turner, and my grandson Edward Marshall, executors. Residue to 
Edward, John, Henry, and James, sons of John Marshall, or to which 
of them are most needful. Bond 1 and obligation dated 9 Nov., 1671. 
Inventory dated 11 July, 1671, amounts, after deducting funeral 
expenses £9 10s. Od. and apparel given, to £284 8s. 0d. 

VI. "William Marshall of Ludderburne in Cartmelfell, in co. 
Lancaster, yeoman. Dated 31 May, 1692. James Marshall my son. 
Ellin Pull my daughter. " Agnes, Elizabeth, and Isabell Harrison 
my grandchildren of Michal Harrisons." Isabel my daughter, and 
her three daughters. Bridgett my daughter. Agnas and Ellin my 

1 Date of Bond is date of Probate. 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 31 

two daughters. William Harrison my grandchild. Margaret Strick- 
land living at ( llhousbecke. Edward Marshall my natural son 2 , and 
Michael Harrison my son in law, executors. Bond dated 28 Jan., 
1692. Inventory dated 1 Dec, 1692. Total, £172 Os. 2d. The 
funeral expenses were £3 lis. Od. 

VII. William Marshall of Northscale. Dated 28 Jan'y, 1697. 
Wife Mary executrix and universal legatee. John Marshall of 
Dalton, Nicholas Marshall my brother, and Thomas Banks supervisors. 
Inventory dated 3 Feb., 1697. Bond dated 5 Mar., 1697, by which 
Mary Marshall of Walney, in co. Lancaster, widow, Thomas Marshall 
of the city of London, gentleman, and Thomas Bunnes, are bound, 
&c. 

VIII. Thomas Marshall of the Hole within the parish of Dalton, 
co. Lancaster, yeoman. Dated 18 April, 1700. Nicholas Marshall 
my father. Elizabeth my wife executrix. [Testator had no children. ] 
Inventory dated 27 May, 1700. Bond dated 1 Oct., 1700. 

IX. John Marshall of Dalton in Furneis. Dated 15 Dec r , 1701. 
To be buried in Dalton churchyard neere y e side of y e church If I die 
in Furneis. House at Dalton which I purchased of Mr. Woods to 
wife Jennet Marshall for life, and then to my grandson Henry 
Marshall in fee. John and Edward Marshall my grandsons the sons 
of James Marshall deceased. Grandson Edward Marshall and his 
three sisters Jennet, Mary, and Ellen. My grandson John Fletcher. 
Forgives son John Marshall £40, which I paid towards the purchase 
of Smithy Croft and Cow Close. To son John and his wife, and to 
my son John Fletcher, and to my daughter in law Katherine 
Marshall each a piece of broad gold. My nephews John Berry, 
Thomas Berry, and William Berry. Thomas Askew. Ellen Preston 
and her three daughters. William Rawlingson 20s. towards putting 
him to a trade. To poor of low end of Broughton township £10 to 
lie added to £10 left by my father 3 in his will. Wife and son John 
Marshall executors. Thomas Michelson and Thomas Barrow of y e 
Hill, supervisors. 

This will is endorsed "12 Oct. 1704. Then this will found good 
by the Jury and Allowed by me W m Simpson senescal ib'm." 

Inventory dated 20 June, 1705, £501 15s. Od. Bond from John 
Marshall and Jenet Marshall, widow, and W m Fletcher of Broughton 
in Cartmell, dated 24 Oct., 1705. 

X. Mary Marshall 4 of Newbarns, in the parish of Dalton in Furnes, 
co. Lancaster, Widow. Dated 19 March, 1708. To each and every 
of my grandchildren 5s. a-piece. To grandchild Nicholas Nunns £5. 
Grandchild Thomas Nunns. Grandchild Jane Nunns executrix and 
residuary legatee. Witnesses, Tho. Bankes, Tho. Bunnes, John Wood. 
Bond dated 7 July, 1709. 

Amounderness Deanery. 
I. The will of Alice Marshall of Bare, begins thus : — " Item. I 
give to my daughter Margret all my clothes but for one vnder Coate." 

2 " Natural " means no doubt " natural and lawful." 

3 Edward Marshall of Aynesom, will dated 27 April, 1670. See above. 

4 Widow of William Marshall of Northscale. See above. 



32 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MA.RSHALLS. 

Mentions daughters Elizabeth and Ann. Sen William. Grandson 
Briem " Cateren and Ellin my tooe doughters shalle Be my 
Executers." Witnesses, Robert Fairer, Thomas Lodge. Inventory of 
goods of Ales Marshell of Bare dated 31 Deer., 1670, made by 
Edmond Marshell, John Barker, and Thomas Lodge. Bond, Catherine 
Marshall and Ellen Marshall bound, 31 Dec., 1670. 

II. Thomas Marshall of the Lodge within Warton, eo. Lancaster, 
husbandman. Dated 17 Jan., 1680. To be buried in church or 
churchyard of Kirkham. John Marshall son of William Marshall of 
Pillinge, husbandman, lawful heir of all my estate. Tenement lying 
at the Poole houses. Alice my now wife. To William Singleton .£10. 
To Joney Taylor my natural sister £5. To Margret Rydeinge her 
daughter 50s"! Jenet Anyon the wife of Robert Anyon 10s., and 
both her children. James Smalley and Grace his now wife 20s. 
each. Everyone of the children of George Cowborne 6s. 8d. apiece. 
Thomas Balle. John Shawes. All the children of William Singleton 
10s. apiece. To William Marshall my brother 20s. Robert Halle 
and Thomas Bonney of the Bank, husbandman, executors. Adm'on 
7 Eeb., 1680, to John Marshall next of kin because the executors 
renounced. Their renunciation is dated 5 Feb'y, 1680. 

III. The will of Alice Marshall of the Lodge within Warton, in the 
co. of Lancaster, widow, (evidently widow of the last testator), is 
dated 23 Jan'y, 1680. To be buried in the parish church or church- 
yard of Kirkham. Christopher Coleborne, Margaret, Alice, and 
Elline Coleborne his sisters, the son and daughters of George Cole- 
borne of Warton, miller. Robert Dobson and Jenet his sister, son and 
daughter of William Dobson of the Bank within Warton. William 
Smalley my brother in law. James Smalley my natural son. Calls 
Richard Dobson and George Coleborn " my sons in law." My 
daughter Elizabeth's children. James Smalley and William Smalley 
executors. John Marshall. Inventory dated 7 Feb'y, 1680. John 
Marshall of Pillinge, husbandman, was one of those who took it. 
Proved by James and Will"' Smalley, 7 Feb'y, 1680. Bond dated 7 
Feb'y, 1680. 

Lonsdale Deanery. 

I. Edmund Mai-shall. Dated 23 May, 1558. To be buried in 
the palish church of St. Wylfryde of Mellyng. Farmhold half to 
wife and half to William my son, and after wife's decease whole to 
said William. Son Thomas. To Igeett Marshelle my son's son one 
lamb, &c. Wife executrix. 

II. Alyse Marshall of Wray. Dated 1 Sept., 13 Elizabeth. To 
lie buried in parish churchyard of Mellyng near unto my husband. To 
my daughter Margarethe one quye, and to every one of her children a 
lamb. To every child that my son Robert hath one lamb. Son 
Robert executor and residuary legatee. Witnesses, WyU'm Mars- 
salle, and Roberte Walker. 

III. Robert Marshall of Wray. Dated 20 , 15 Elizabeth. 

Agnes my wife. My son Thomas. Thomas (?) to be good to his 

brother. "Agnes my wyf, my son, and Allye and Jane my 

dogfhters] I make my executors." Witnesses ... Walker, Win. Mar- 
shall. Inventory dated 6 November, 15 Elizabeth. 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MATISHALLS. 33 

IV. Agnes Marshall of Wray, widow. Dated 20 May, 1585. 
Thomas Marshall my son. Margret my daughter. John Marshall 
my son. To Cristofer Gronger one yowe. Joane my daughter. 
Thomas my son and Elizabethe my daughter residuary legatees and 
executors. Proved 9 June, 1588. 

Besides the wills above noted there remain in the Richmond 
Registry the following : — 

In Furneks Deanery. Administration of Frances Marshall, of 
Pennington, dated 22 Jan'y, 1668. Will of Katherine Marshall, of 
Holker in the parish of Cartmell, dated 8 Jan'y, 1714. Administra- 
tion of Janet Marshall, of Aynsom, in the parish of Cartmell, dated 
4 Feb'y, 1714. Will of Edward Marshall of Gillhead in Cartmell-fell 
dated 25 Feb'y, 1715. 

The will of John Marshall of Stainion in the parish of Urswick, 
1646, and administration of Thomas Marshall, of Urswick, 1711, will 
be found together with some genealogical notes on the Urswick 
Marshalls at page 1 5 of this volume. 

In Amounderness Deanery : — 
John Marshall, of Bare. In. & Bond. 29 Jan., 1663. 
John M., of Pilling. Inv. & Bond. 27 April, 1675. 
William M., of Pilling. In. & Bond. 27 Jan. 1682. 
James M., of Bare. Will. 7 May, 1692. 
Henry M., of Lancaster. In. & Bond. 7 Mar., 1693. 
John M., of Pilling. Inv. 30 June, 1694. 
Robert M., of Wray. In. & Bond. 13 Nov., 1697. 
Margaret M., of Pilling. Bond. 7 Oct., 1703. 
Edward M., of Bare. Will. 22 March, 1706. 
Henry M., of Lancaster. Will. 14 March, 1714. 
MaryM., of Lancaster, Ad. & Bond. 14 Mar., 1714. 
Robert M., of Lancaster. Will. 3 Oct., 1717. 

In Lonsdale Deanery : — 
Thomas Marshall, of Wraye in par. of Melling. Will. 21 Aug 

1623. 
Thomas M., of Wraye. Inv. 5 March, 1634. 
William M., of Hornby. Inv. 1 Feby., 1648. 
John M., of Wray. Will. 28 Nov., 1650. 
William M., of Roberindale. Inv. 31 May, 1665. 
Margery M., of Horneby. Inv. 10 April, 1667. 
John M., of Wray. Adrn'on. 13 April, 1667. 
Robert M., of Wray. Will. 30 Jan., 1668. 
Jenet M., of Wray. Will. 2 Nov., 1670. 
William M., of Wray. Will. 17 Sept., 1673. 
Jenet M., of Wray. Will. 28 Jan., 1674. 
John M., of Wray. Will. 10 July, 1676. 
Mary M., of Wray. Inv. 3 June, 1682. 

Thomas M., of Graystongill in par. Bentham. Will. 1 Sept., 1687. 
Thomas M., of Caton. Inv. 20 Feb., 1689. 
Thomas M., of Wray. Will. 12 Oct., 1699. 
JohnM., of Mewith. Will. 19 Nov., 1707. 
F 



34 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSH ALLS. 

William M., of Wray.» Inv. 31 March, 1709. 
Elizabeth M., of Wray. WilL 19 Sept., 1717. 
Esther M., of Wray. Adm'on. Bond. 24 Dee., 1719. 

The following will of a Lancashire Marshall is registered in the 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 110 Abbott :— William Marshall of 
the parish of St. Buttolphs without Aldgate in the city of London, 
perriwig maker. Dated 15 Feb., 1728. Friend John Johnson of 
Worleys Court in the parish of St. Buttolphs Aldgate, gunsmith, £10. 
Benjamin Johnson £10. Loving uncle Thomas Beckett of Lancaster 
£10. My father in law Philipp Johnson of Ellen in Lancashire, yeo- 
man, my interest in house called 'Eagle and Child' at Lancaster. 
Loving uncle John Marshall of Lancaster, shop-keeper. Said John 
Johnson sole executor and residuary legatee. He proved 1 1 April, 
1729. 

Those wills hereafter given in abstract are omitted from the follow- 
ing calendars : — 



In the Three Eastern Deaneries, viz., Richmond, Catherick, 
and boroughbridge. 

Adam, of Langton, died 1579. 

Agnes, of Asenbie, died 1571. 

Alice of Asenbie. 

Christopher and Franciss', of Huton Conyers, 1584. 

Christopher, of Huton Conyers p' porco'e Jane filie sue 1593. 

Cuthbert, of Thwayte p'ish of Romald' 1586, and letters of Adm'on 

to same (?) 1588. 
Elizabeth, p'sh Rypon, (of Aldfield) 1574.* 
Henrye, et Hird, Eliz. in ca ma 11 oblig. 1598. 
Isabella, of Newstead, ob. 1608, Adm'on* 
Maior or Manger, clerk, 1608. 
Margaret, of Raynton, 1577, Adm'on.* 
Richard, of Asenbie, 1591. 
Robert, of Langton, 1595. 
William, of Aldbroughe, ob. 1541. 
William, of Mylbie, 1541. 
William, of Mowton*, 1542. 
William, of Maulton (1 Mowton), 1548. 

Only those marked * exist, the others are entries in the Calendar, the documents 
being lost. 
George et Eliz'th eius ux., of Sweetingsike, the inventory dated 1 

July, 1619. Inv. & Adm'on, 1623. 
Thomas of Azenby, par. Topcliffe. Adm'on 18 Nov. 1630. 
Dorothy, of Hornby. Inv. and Bond, 11 Aug. 1684. 
Brian, of Kirkharnmerton. Inv. and Bond, 20 June, 1694. 
John, of Long Moores, par. Easby. Inv. and Bond, 21 Dec. 1695. 

1 See pedigree of Marshall of Wray in Coll. Arms, H. MS., vol. 17, fo. 83. 
The heir married Leeming who took the name of Marshall by Royal Licence 23 
Dec. 1802. 

* ? Morton on Swale, cf, vol. i. p. 25, note. 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSH ALLS. 35 

John, of Richmond. Adm'on, 1701. 

Richard, of Marton cum Grafton. Adm'on, 1705. 

Henry, of Hudswell. Adm'on, 1709. 

Christopher, of West Appleton. Adm'on, 1711. 

William, of Caklbergh. Adm'on, 1714. 

John, of Green Hamerton. Will, 1717. A O^WOO 

Oswald, of Melmerby. (?), 1717. _LOOO / kJ& 

Robert, of Melmerby. Will, 1728. 

All the above exist. 



Deanery op Kendal. 
John alias Walles. Inv. 28 June, 1632. 
Anthony, of Windermer. Will. 8 Feb. 1633. 
Richard, of Windermer. Inv. 18 April, 1634. 
Brian, of Bare. Inv. 30 Oct. 1650. 
Anthony, of Undermilnebeck. Will. 3 March, 1676. 
Anthony, Highate in Kendall. Inv. 28 May, 1684. 
Robert, of Kirkby Kendall. Will. 28 Sept., 1689. 
Edward, of Undermilbeck. Will. 9 June, 1694. 
James, of Holme. Will. 12 July, 1694. 



Deanery of Coupland. 
Dorothy, of Branthwait. Will. 21 Jan., 1622. 
Thomas, of Hallthwait, par. Millam. Will. 10 Octr., 1626. 
James, of Thwaites. Inv. 24 Jan'y., 1634. 
James, of Millam. Adm'on & Bond. 24 Jan., 1638. 
John, of Edge, par. Deane. Will. 1 June, 1661. 
Elizabeth, of Branthwait Edge. Will. 13 March, 1661. 
John, of Branthwaite. Inv. and Bond, 1664. 
William, of par. of St. Bees. Will. 8 Feb., 1664. 
Richard, of Tarnehow. Will. 25 Jan., 1668. 
Anthony, of Gilgarron. Inv. Bonds. Acct. 4 Nov., 1671, 1673. 
William, of Gosforth. Will. 12 Aug., 1675. 
Abigal, of Broughton. Inv. and Bond. 12 Sept., 1682. 
William, of Branthwaite. Will. 4 Sept. 1683. 
Anthony, of St. Bees. WiU. 16 Feb., 1685. 
Isabella, of Dean. Inv. and Bond. 12 Dec. 1687. 
John, of Gosforth. Will. 15 Sept. 1693. 
Samuel, of Gosforth. Will. 15 Sept. 1693. 
Richard, of Graysothen. Will. 4 June, 1694. 
Janet, of Deanscales. Inv. and Bond. 7 June, 1697. 
John, of St. Bees. Adm'on and Bond, 30 March, 1698. 
Thomas, of St. Bees. Inv. and Bond, 5 Oct., 1700. 
Joseph, of Branthwaite Edge, par. Dean. Will. 15 Sept., 1701. 
Mabell, widow, of Workington. Adm'on and Bond. 28 Sept., 1702. 
Edward, of Gosforth. Will. 24 Feb. 1702. 

John, of Branthwaite Edge, in Deane. Inv. and Bond. 4 Oct. 1706. 
William, of do. do. WiU. 19 May, 1710. 



36 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MAHSHALLS. 

Nicholas, of Bootle. Will 15 May, 1714. 

Bridgett, of St. Lees. Adm'on. Inv. and Bond. 1G Oct, 1714. 

Sarah, of Gosforth. Will 25 Jan., 1715. 

William, of Whitehaven. Will. 12 May, 1718. 

Mary, of St. Bees. Adm'on. 25 Jan., 1720. 



"Wills from Eastern Deaneries. 

Thomas M'sall capTs de C'ndall. Dated 20 January, 1475 (1), 
Corp' ad sepelliendu. in choro ecc'lie omn' sanctor' Ap'd Merstone. It. 

p'mortuario meo optima mea Togam. It. do et lego vxori Th 

vj 8 . viij d . — vxori Thome Blyght vj s — filie vxor' Thome Hudson 

yj\ viij d . — Thome filie eiusd' Thome viij d . — Maryon Scott... — ... 

Bedfforth Cap'no xv s . Joh'ni Haknay vj s . viij d ....Bell vj 8 . viij d . — 

Koherts Allanson' vj 8 . viij d . Appoints Kobert Allanson exor [Bed] 

forth cap'us and Joh'ne Haknay supervisors. "Witnesses, Thomas 
Sclater, William Staynfforth, and others. 

John Marshall. Dated 10 March, 1550. To be buried in the 
churchyard of Topclyff. Agnes my wife to have occupation of six 
acres of land I now occupy for her life, then to William my son. 
One rood of rye to dau'r Margaret, same to dau'r Maid, same to son 
John. To Will'm and Rychard my sons one gray mear (?) equally 
between them. Wife and Agnes and dau'rs Maid and Margaret ex'xs, 
and residuary legatees. Witnesses, William Kettlewell, John Atkyn- 
son. 

William Marshall. Dated 7 Oct., 1557. To be buried in the 
church earth of Topcliff. To George my son oue fely of 5 (?) years 
old. To Margaret, Elizabeth, and Dorythe, my dau'rs two ewes 
apiece. John Marshall my brother. Maid my sister. Thomas 
Thompson my uncle. My wife and all my children to occupy my 
farmold during her widowhood, and after her widowhood son George 
to have it. Margaret my wife, George my son, and Margaret, Eliza- 
beth, and Dorothy, my dau'rs, exo'rs. John Sherp and Richerd Yeats 
supervisors. Witnesses, Richard Ray and William Allenson. 

WylFm Marshall, of Aldfield, in the countie of York. Dated 7 
July, 1566. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Peter and 
Wylfryde at Rypon. Farmhold to wife for life and then to son John 
Marshall, and he not to sell it except to some of his brothers. Who- 
ever has farmhold to find my son Marmaduke. meat, drink, and 
clothing all the time of his prenticeship. My sister Agnes. My wife 
and Jone my youngest dau'r residuary legatees. Wife and son John 
exors. Witnesses, Marmaduke Abbot, Wyll'm Dauson, John Bowland, 
Thomas Langscroth, and John Braythwayt. 

William Marshall, of Assonby, w'in the p'yshe of Topcliffe. Dated 
27 January, 1570. Lease of my Fermold to wife Agnes. Children 
Rychard Marshell, Steven, Thomas, and Agnes. , Son John Marshell. 
Wife and all children, except John, exo'rs. 

Adam Marshall, of the parish of Langton, dated 6 Nov., 1572. To 
be buried in the parish church earth of Langton. Earmolde to wife, 
and three children, George, Thomas, and Raufe, and appoints said three 
children ex'ors. To my brother Thomas my beste blewe Coote. My 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSH ALLS. 37 

brother Robert Jackson. John Cocke. ,My brother son Robarte 
Marshall his fower children. Richarde Marshall. My dau'r 1 )orithe. 
Ranfe Sadler and Richarde Inglishe supervisors. Robert Thornton a 
witness. Proved 21 January, 1572, by Elizabeth the relict, the 
three children being minors. 

Richard Marshall, of Borobrig. Dated 28 Feb., 1573. To be buried 
in the churchyard of Aldburgh. To Thomas Marshall and William 
Marshall my two sonnes ij stedes, etc. To Agnes my daughter one 
brasse pott. Emmott my wife, and above mentioned three children, 
ex'ors. Witnesses, Thomas Sowerby, clerk, Will'm Browne, and 
Franc' Smythson. Proved 18 March, 1573, by Emmott Marshall and 
Thomas Marshall. 

Tuition of children of Christopher and Frances Marshall, late of 

Huton Conyers, dated 8 M 1 584. Adm'on and Tuition of George, 

Christopher, Janet, and Dorothy, to Thomas Cooke, of Huton Conyers. 
[In very bad condition, see next entry in index.] 

John Marshall of Kirkby Fletham, dated 4 March, 1590. To be 
buried in parish church-yard of Kirkby Fletham. To James Marshall 
my eldest son lease of Farmhold in Kirkby Fletham, he to suffer my 
dau'r Ann Marshall to enjoy half an acre of land and one little 
Chamber in my messuage house, &c. Mentions a white stirk given to 
his dau'r by her aunt Jane Surham. Richard my son. Issabell my 
dau'r. Appoints all four children ex'ors. Inventory is dated 11 
May, 1590. 

George Marshall, of Asenbie, in the Countie of Yorkc husbandman. 
Dated 9 April, 1597. To be buried in churchyard of Topcliffe. 
Jenet Marshall my wife. George Marshall my son. Fermhold to 
wife for life, then to son George. To Thomas Marshall my son the 
yongest bay stagg, etc. Roger Marshall my son. My two dau'rs 
Elizabeth and Jenet Marshall. To Thomas Owrom a ewe and lamb. 
I give to M r . Vicar 12 d . Son Thomas to be brought up in learning at 
the school. William Clarke, Arthure Dadley, Richard Husthwait and 
Raif Browne my welwillers supervisors. Wife and children all exo'rs. 
Witnesses, Raife Kay, Richard Huswait and Raif Browne, etc. 
Inventory taken 16- April, 1597. Amount .£109 10 9. 

Thomas Marshall of Disfoorth in the co. of York, smyth. Nun- 
cupative. Dated 21 Sept r ., 1603. Dau'r Elizabeth Marshall. Wife 
Jenet Marshall. Gives them his smithy between them, and to use 
of Elizabeth if wife marries again. There is an erased bequest which 
mentions " Katherine and Marie Marshall " his brother's children. To 
William Marshall my brother's best coat, etc. To Thomas Ray 
workday Jackett. " He did make Jenet Marshall his wife^the bringer 
up of his two children during their minority." Wife and dau'r 
Elizabeth ex'ors and residuary legatees. Witnesses, John Barughe, 
Will'm Marshall, and Raiphe Kay. Proved by relict 15 Xov r , lG03.n ^f— 

Guy Marshall of Grenehandton. Dated 8 April, 1607. To be/W^'"^ 1 
buried in my parish church earth at Whixley. Grace my wife. 
Mathew my son. Bryan my son. Will'm my son. Gilbart my son. 
Elizabeth my dau'r. Anne my dau'r. To Will'm my son " one why 
stirk " in con'son of a calf given him by my brother William. Mr. 
Savaile. Wife sole ex'x and residuary legatee. Witnesses, Walter 



38 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 

Ellis, clerk, Thomas Rawlinson, Thomas Mershall, and Richard 
Mershall. Proved 30 June, 1G07, hy Grace Mershall the relict. 

Mychaell Marshall of Dytherstone grainge in the county of Yorke 
yeoman. Dated 19 Dec, 1614. To be buried in churchyard of 
Melsonby at the discretion of Katharine my "wife. Son John Marshall 
and daur's Margarett and Elizabethe. John Messenger of Newisharn, 
Anthony Richardson, W" Gutherd, and John Raynoldson my 
bretheren in law, to put forward children's portions for them. Bro. 
in law Anthony Richardson of Ravenswathe sole ex'or. He proved 
5 April, 1615. 

John Marshall of Goldisburgh in co. York, grassman. Dated 12 
July, 1623. To be buried in parish churchyard of Goldisburgh. 
Sister Isserbell Holmes and her children. My brother's son Robert 
Marshall. To Edward Conyers my lether dublett and my leather 
breeches and my graye hatt. William "Winder the elder and his wife 
and dau'r. William Winder the younger. Jenett Bickerdicke. Eliza- 
beth Walker and Jane Walker her dau'r. Richard Dodgoonc. Wife 
ex'x. Proved by Mary Marshall the relict 11 Nov r , 1623. 

Will'm Marshall, of Aldburge, in co. York, Blacksmith. Dated 
...Feb., 1624. To buried in churchyard of Aldburghe. William 
Raynolde the son of Ninian Raynolde. John Waddington. Katheren 
Raynolde my dau'r. Thomas and Jayne Raynolde children of Ninian 
Raynolde. Dorothy and Ann Scroton dan'rs of John Scroton. John 
Scroton my son in law sole ex'or. Witnesses, William Aldburgh and 
Humfrey Ward. Proved by John Scroton 11 March, 1624. 

George Marshall, of A.senby in co. York, yeoman. Dated 13 April, 
1639. To be buried in parish churchyard of Topcliffe. To my sister 
Jennit Allandson 5s., and to every one of her children 5s. "I giue 
unto John Barughe, of Disforth [my] brother-indaw, euerye one of his 
Children ffive shillings." Thomas Eoxe of Asken and Dorithie his 
sister. Roger Marshall my brother and his Avife. John Barughe, of 
Disforth, my brother-in-law, and his wife Marie. To Maister George 
Kay vicar of Topcliffe 10s. John Barughe my father-in-law. To 
Richard Slinger my servant which is gone into the King's service £5 
if he come home lame, and if he come home safe 10s. and my gray 
horseman coat. Jane Precious my servant. Robert Peacocke my 
servant. To Marye my dau'r all my lands and goods. Roger Marshall 
my brother and John Barughe my brother-in-law to have education 
and bringing up of her till she be of lawful age. App'ts her sole ex'x. 
She proved 17 May, 1639. 

George Marshall, of Hutton Coniers, in co. York, yeoman. Dated 
19 June, 1637. To be buried in the churchyard of Ripon. Whereas 
I intend to take to wife Mary Browne, of Hutton Coniers afs'd, 
widowe — gives all to his children by her, if any — if none, then £12 
equally among my sister Dorothy Thompson, widow, and her three 
children. Appoints said Mary Browne residuary legatee, and her, 
and her son Anthony Fawber ex'x and ex'or. Inventory dated 27 
July, 1644. 

Marmaduke Marshall, of Richmond, in the co. of York, Blacksmith. 
Dated 9 May, 1645. To be buried in the churchyard at Richmond. 
To son Expofer Marshall the burgage house and garth in Franchgate, 



NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSH ALLS. 39 

etc. To Isabell my cloughter one Burgage liouse in Bergate, etc. To my 
other dau'r Susanna Marshall the reversion of a lease at Ravensworth 
now in the possession of Leonard Marshall my father. Son Expofer 
ex'or. My brother Thomas Fogg and my brother Allan Barker 
guardians to my said three children. Witnesses, John Barker, James 
Amyes, and Robert Holmes. Inventory 9 Sept., 1645, at the foot of 
it is this mem. : — " It. it is vpon record in the reg'r of [Richjmond 
that Mary Marshall wife of the dec' had an Administration of the 
porcuns of Crfoer Halmegill her brother dec' in minority amountinge 
vnto Tenn pounds for which there is security entred by Hen. Hardy, 
of Brompton juxta North Allertonn. And in Regard Ann Almegill 
grandmother to ye Administratrix is to have ye consideracon of the 
money for her life by the dr't directions, therefore this minute or note 
is thus described." (The note following is illegible.) 

John Marshall, of Hudswell, in the Co. of York, yeoman. Dated 
13 Nov., 1645. To be buried in the Chappell of Hudswell in that 
seat where I did vsually sitt. Isabell my wife. To my two sons 
George Marshall and Peter Marshall all my land at Gilmonby equally 
between them. To my other two sons John Marshall and William 
Marshall reversion of a lease I have of the grounds belonging to the 
hospitall of Ivirkby Hill to be divided between them when 14 years of 
age. To my dau'r Jane .£60 and £40 besides which was given her 
for a legacy by her grandfather Raine deceased. To William Raw 
and Anne his wife 5s. in full satisfaction of her filiall or childes 
por'con. My Grandchild Grace Raw. My three grandchildren Chris- 
topher Raw, John Raw, and William Raw. To Marmaduke Binks, 
and Isabell his wife 5s. in full satisfaction of her filial childes part or 
por'con. Elizabeth Binks my grandchild. My son-indaw Marmaduke 
Binks, Wife Isabell, and son George, ex'ors. My wellbeloved in Christ 
Robert Loftus, son-indaw William Rawe, and Marmaduke Binks to be 
supervisors. The will is sealed with : Arms, Two bends. Inventory 
is undated, and there is no date of probate to be found. 

Elizabeth Marshall, of Greenham'ton, co. York, widdowe. Dated 
9 April, 1666, William Marshall, Ann Marshall, Brian Marshall and 
John Marshall the two youngest children of Brian Marshall, Mathew 
Marshal, Isabell Plewman. My daughter Margaret, Mary Johnson, 
Elizabeth Dawson, Brian Dawson, Thomas Johnson. Son Brian 
Marshall, ex'or. He proved 20 Nov., 1666. Inventory £7 4s. 

To all christian people, &c., I Anne Marshall, of Rowcliffe, co. 
York, widdow, know ye that I Anne Marshall in consideration of 
£110 which I owe unto John Marshall my only son and heir, of the 
same town and county, Batch elor, have etc., granted to said J. M. 
and John Rosse, of Minskepp, co. Yorke, yeoman, my beloved 
friend, all goods, etc. Dated 9 Sep., 1678. Witnesses, Rich. 
Gilbertson, John Buckle. Sealed with Arms, On a chevron 3 roses, a 
bordure engrailed ; Crest, A bird. Proved by John Marshall and 
John Ross, 3 Dec, 1678. This document is endorsed "Anne 
Marshall bill of sale to Jo. Marshall and Jo. Rosse." 

Guy Marshall, of Greenham'ton. Dated 9 Sept., 167S. Gives 
House and Garth in Greenhammerton to his two sons, Brian and 
Mathew Marshall, in fee. Wife Jane Marshall, and dau'r Dorothy 



40 NOTES ON LANCASHIRE MARSHALLS. 

Marshall, residuary legatees and ex'ors. Witnesses, Thomas Johnson, 
and Bryan Marshall. Proved by relict, 3 Dec, 1G78. 

Richard Marshall, of Scorton, in the Chapelry of Bolton-upon- 
Swale, in the vicarage Catherick, co. York, husbandman. Dated 
9 Feb., 1699. To my sister Elianor Scurray 10 s . To my sister 
Pliillis Jakes 10 s . To my nephew Francis Jakes I s . To Elizabeth 
Rhodes my neice 2 s 6 d . To Elizabeth Floore, of Catterick, 2 s 6 d . 
Well-! cloved friend Christopher Ramshay, of Tunstall, yeoman, sole 
ex'or. He proved (name spelt J&amshaw) 24 Feb., 1699. 

Peter Marshall 1 , of Richmond, co. York, grocer. Dated 4 May, 
1693. To son John Marshall, son William Marshall, and dau'r Anne 
Marshall, 10 s each. Lands at Katskins in the Constablery of Huds- 
well, and in the Westfield in the parish of Richmond, to wife in fee. 
Gives her all his personal estate and makes her sole ex'x. Witnesses, 
H. Allen, William Kay, Fran' Blackburne, 2 Ann Forth. Proved 
24 April, 1700, by Faith Marshall the widow and relict. Inventory 
497. 

Faith Marshall, of Richmond, co. York, widow. Dated 20 Aug., 
1708. To my dau'r Ann Harland all my Closes at Catskins in the 
Constablery of Hudswell, for life, remainder to her children. Land 
in Westfield of Richmond to son William Marshall " to enter upon 
at the time of his returne into England," if he do not return, then to 
dau'r Ann Harland in fee. To Ann Forth 3/. To my grand- 
daughter Dorithy Harland 201 which is now owing me by my 
nephew Mr. William Kay. Dau'r Ann Harland residuary legatee and 
executrix. Witnesses, Jane Kay, Fran. Blackburne, Alice Black- 
burne. Seal of Arms, A fess nebuly between three mullets, a mullet 
for difference. (Blackburne.) Proved by the ex'x Anne wife of 
Edward Harland, 20 March, 1709. 

Wills from Kendal Deanery. 

George Marshall of Kendall. Dated 15 March, 1665. To be 
buried in parish churchyard of Kendall. Richard my son to have my 
house if he come into the contre paying to Annes my daught'r 
6 1 13 s 4 d . To Christofer my son, " a syd of quite lether, and of my 
shope gere as mitche as Annes my daught'r will give hime." Two 
children of son Christopher. A child of Elsabethe my dau'r. Eliza- 
beth (?) Marshall my dau'r ex'x. Thomas Fox and Richard Atkinson 
supervisors. Inventory dated 27 March, 1567, 13 1 15 s 4 d . 

Thomas Marshall, of Staveley, in the parish of Kendall. Dated 
1 April, 1588. To be buried in Stavele churchyard in the above side. 
Elizabeth Marshall now my wife to have houses in Staveley on 
condition that Augnes Marshall my sister have a bedroom in house 
where wife dwells. John Ayraye sonne of Henrie Ayray. Wife 
ex'x. Robert Hareson and Richard Tubman supervisors. Witnesses, 
Myles Hareson, George Ayraye. Proved 4 June, 1588, in the Church 
of Bethoni. Inventory dated 7 May, 1588. 

1 Peter Marshall, Mayor of Richmond in 1682 resigned Ills alderman's gown in 
1G93. Boyne's Tokens, p. 516. 

2 #ce Clarkson's " History of Richmond," pedigree of Blackburne, p. 257, 



41 

CALENDAR OF DURHAM WILLS, &c. 

This Calendar as well as the Notes of Wills, proved in the Consis- 
tory Court, appended thereto, was made by Mr. C. M. Carlton of 
Durham. 
1550. Nicholas Marshall. 1 



1562. 


George 2 


1565. 


John 3 


1566. 


John 4 


1567. 


Cuthbert 5 


1568. 


Thomas G 


1572. 


John ~ ^ 


1575. 


John s 


1580. 


Thomas 9 


1581. 


Richard 10 



1 Will dated 23 March, 1550. To Anne Wylde my sister one ring. To sister 
Anne Harbottle one other ring. Residue to brother Richard Harbottle. Witness, 
George Marshall. 

-Will dated 6 April, 1562. Described as of the parish of Lanchester, to be 
buried in the parish church there. My wife [not mentioned by name] to ha. the 
third part of all my goods. Residue to children, Thomas, William, Elizabeth, 
Anne, Jennet, Allison, and Christabell. 

3 John Marshall of Norton. Dated 14 May, 1565. Mentions sons, William, 
Roger, and Anthony. Daughter Margery. Residue to wife Margaret and sons 
Roger and Anthony. 

4 John Marshall of East Raynton in the parish of Houghton le Spring. Dated 
11 July, 1566. Mentions Roger Maugham my kinsman and servant. Anthony 
Maugham William Marshall. To Mr William Maugham of Newbottle one 
black filly. To Jane Gleson and Elizabeth Marshall a ewe each. To Riclnrd 
Marshall 10s. Residue to Wife Margaret. 

5 Cuthbert Marshall of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington. Dated 2 Jan., 
1567. To be buried in churchyard there. To Jennet my daughter £20. To John 
Marshall my son farming stock. To son William Marshall a kye ami all the iron 
gear. Cuthbert Marshall my godson. The heir looms left by my father's will to 
remain at the house of my son William, and makes him residuary legatee. — 
(Vol. 3, p. 50). 

G Thomas Marshall of Barmpton in the parish of Haugh ton, yeoman, Dated 
22 Eeb., 156S. To be buried in Haughton church. To daughter Margaret 
Marshall £20. Mr. Swynburn and Roger Maddison to be supervisors of her till 
she is 21. Residue to wife Margaret. Proved 31 July, 1573. 

7 John Marshall of the parish of Chester. Dated 21 Feb., 1572. To be buried 
there. Frances Marshall my daughter. Lease of land to wife Agnes. Proved 1573. 

8 John Marshall of Cockerton. Dated 3 Nov., 1575. To be buried in Darlington 
church. To William, John, and Jenet Marshall, certain farm stock. To my son 
Edward Marshall an iron bound wayn. Wife Jenet and son Edward executors. 

9 Thomas Marshall, clerk, Vicar of Haltwhistle, co. Northumberland. Undated. 
To good master and mistress Nicholas Ridley and his wife some sheep. Anthony 
and William Marshall my brother's sons. My brother John Marshall's children. 
To my sister Margaret Marshall her daughter a gown. Anthony, William, and 
Richard Marshall my brother John's children. My brother John, and John 
Marshall of Hexham. Gilbert Liddell and my sister his wife and their two 
youngest children. My sister Anne, and Thomas her son. To William Prockter 
for the furthering of his apprentice William Marshall in all his affairs 5s. Residue 
to said William Marshall and appoints him executor. Anthony Marshall his 
brother to be good unto him. Proved 17 March, 15S0. 

10 Richard Marshall of the city of Durham, public notary. Dated 11 Feb., 1581. 
To Thomas Watson, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln an old ryal of gold. To my sister 
Johan Williamson of London 20s. To Richard Marshall of Seham my godchild 
12d. To Elizabeth Ely the and Richard Jayc 3s. 4d. each. My house in King's 
Gate, Durham, to my wife Jane for life, and after her decease to my son Thomas 

G 



■12 






DURHAM WILLS. 


1582. 


James 1 Mi 


irshall 




1379. 


Robert - 


>) 


Harbottle. 


1579. 


William 8 


>• 


Ouston. 


1583. 


George 


>> 


Lanchester parish. 


158:3. 


Margery 4 


)> 




1591-2 


. Janet 5 


)> 




1601. 


Henry 


>) 


Billeraw. 


1G09. 


Richard 6 


jj 


Denton. 


1609. 


John 7 


)! 


Cockerton. 


1613. 


Richard 


)) 


Seaharn. 


1615. 


Thomas s 


)) 


Durham, 



Marshall and his heirs, remainder to son John, remainder over to daughter 
Margaret, remainder over to daughter Jane, remainder over to daughter Susan, 
remainder over to daughter Elizabeth, and then to next of kin. All my leases &c. 
and lands in diocese of Durham to wife Jane, Thomas and John my sons, Margaret, 
Jane, Susan, Isabel, and Elizabeth, my daughters. To my cousin Margret 
Marshall, widow, of East Renton, late wife to my cousin John Marshall, 12d. 
Cousin Mr. Richard Marshall, parson of Stainton, clerk, supervisor. Proved 4 
April, 1581. (Vol. 5, p. 143.) 

1 James Marshall of the parish of Shotley. Dated 3 June, 1582. To my sons 
Nicholas, and John, and Margery my wife all the title I have to the tenement or 
farmhold that I and my father are possessed of. My wife to have the custody of 
Nicholas and John my sons till they are 21. In case of their deaths their interest 
in the farm to go to my wife. If my wife die before my sons Nicholas and John 
come to the age of discretion then I will that Oswald Ward otherwise Blumer my 
father in law and Cuthbert his brother shall have the custody of my two sons. 
To George Marshall my brother my best jacket and breeches. Proved 16 Julv, 
1582. 

- Robert Marshall of Harbottle in the co. of Northumberland, yeoman. Dated 
13 May, 1579. To be buried at Harbottle. Mary Marshall my sister. Mabel 
Marshall my sister. Residue to Margaret my wife. Proved 19 May, 1579. 

13 William Marshall of Ouston in the parish of Whitfield. To Jennet my 
daughter a cow. To my sons Nicholas, George, John, Thomas, and Christofer 
Marshall, my cattle, Proved 8 April, 15S0. 

4 Margery Marshall late wife of William Marshall of Bedlington in the County 
of Durham. Dated 23 Dec, 1583. Household goods to son John and daughter 
Elizabeth. To son John a copyhold tenement in Bedlington. Proved 15b3. 

5 Janet Marshall, widow of John Marshall of Darlington. Dated 4 March 
34 Elizabeth, [1591-2]. To Anthony, Thomas, William, Laurence, Jane, Agnes, 
Elizabeth, and Jennet, sons and daughters of my sister Dorothy Glover, 20s. each. 
To Margaret, Agnes, Elizabeth, and Robert Johnson, children of my brother 
John Johnson 20s. each. To John, Jane, and Joan Neasonn, children of my 
sister Catherine 10s. each. To Margaret Wilkinson my Aunt 20s. To Richard 
son of Peter Glover 2s. '3d. My Sister Dorothy Glover to have £20 of my daughter 
Elizabeth's portion to be paid on her attaining 21. Thomas Laton of Cleasby to 
keep my daughter Agnes and to have other £30 to the i^U he already has. Peter 
Glover my brother to take George my son and his portion. George, Agnes, and 
Elizabeth Marshall my children, residuary legatees. Brother John Johnson to 
take daughter Elizabeth and her portion. Proved 1592. 

6 Inventory only. Richard Marshall of Denton deceased, dated 19 Oct., 1608. 
" Item. One signet with arms, and one other ring with a blood sapphire £5. 
See an Inq. in App. to 44th Report of D. K. Pub. Rec. p. 473. 

''John Marshall of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington. Dated 22 April, 
1609. Brother Francis Marshall. Sister Isable. Sister Margaret Marshall. 
Brother Richard Marshall. Residue to wife Katherine and daughter Dorothy. 

8 Thomas Marshall of the city of Durham. Dated 28 June, 1615. To be buried 
in the church of St. Giles in Durham. To wife Jane £20. To daughters Mary, 
Jane, and Margaret £20. To daughter Mary two Kye. To brother George a grey 
mare. To Cousin John Lowis 2s. for a token, and to his two sous John and 
Christopher 5s. each. To aunt Jennet Marshall 5s. To aunt Dorothy Wright 5s. 



DURHAM WILLS. 43 



1617. 


William 1! 


Jarslial 


1. Morpeth. 


1618. 


Lionel 


>) 


Soaton Burn. 


1621. 


Nicholas 




Brancepeth. 


1622. 


( J-eoi'ge 


>) 


Darlington. 1 


1623. 


Isabella 


H 


widow, Newcastle. 


1623. 


George 


)) 


weaver, Newcastle. 


1625. 


George 


» 


Brancepeth. 


1629. 


William 2 


>1 


Haydon Bridge 


1633. 


John 3 


)) 


Seaham. 


1633. 


John 


It 


Bramley Burn. Invent 


1634. 


Thomas 


)) 


Hawthorn. 5 


1636. 


John 6 




Haydon Bridge. 


1636. 


William 


)) 




1638. 


Elizabeth 


)) 


Haydon Bridge. 


1612. 


William 


)> 


Hartlepool. Inventory. 


1643. 


John 


)) 


Corbridge. 


1660. 


Elizabeth 


and Sf 


imueL Tuition. 


1«62. 


Ingram 


)) 




1670. 


William 


i) 


Adot'on. 


1671. 


Henry 






1675. 


John 


>! 


Ail m on. 


167G. 


John 




,\<!llt nil. 


167 ( J. 


Isabella 


)) 




1681. 


Gilbert 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1681. 


Bartrain 


)) 


Adni'on. 


1682. 


John 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1681. 


Richard 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1686. 


Elizabeth 


■)1 


Tuition. 


1086. 


George 


1} 


Adm'on. 


1686. 


John 


)1 


Adm'on. 


1687. 


Peter 


1) 


Tuition. 



To sister Elizabeth Blenkinskipe 8s. To Thomas son of George Marshall ."is. for a 
token. Proved 1615. 

1 See an Inq. in App. to 44th Kept, of D. K. Pnb. Ree. p. 473. Another on George 
of Scott's Hill, p. 474. 

2 William Marshall of Haydon Bridge. Dated 17 April, 1 (123. To Elizabeth 
my now wife a house in Haydon Bridge for life and then to my daughter Jane 
Marshall. To daughter Dorothy Marshall a stone house, etc., on the north side 
of the water. My sister Jane Eshton. To daughter Jane a close on the hill 
granted to me by my Lord Annandale. Proved 1629. In the inventory annexed 
George Marshall appears as a creditor. 

3 John Marshall of Seaham. co. Durham, yeoman. Dated 13 Nov., 1633. My 
father Richard Marshall of Seaham. Wife Christable, and daughter Alice. 
Proved 1633. 

4 See an Inq. in App. to 44th Report of D. K. Pub. Rec. p. 475. 
-1 See an Inq. ibid. 

6 John Marshall of Haydon Briggs, yeoman. Dated 8 May, 1636. To be buriey 
in the Chancel or Quire of Haydon Briggs church. To Elizabeth Marshall my 
sister reversion of lease of house in Haydon Briggs for her life, and after her 
decease to go to John Marshall servant to the Rt. Hon. Will 111 Howard of Howard 
Castle. Proved 1636. 

7 Elizabeth Marshall of Haydon Bridge, spinster. Dated 20 May, 1638. Lease 
of my lands to Anne wife of Richard Stokoe and her first husband's children for 
life, and after her decease to John Marshall of Haward. To George Marshall a 
branded cow. Anne Stokoe residuary legatee. 



44 



DtJEHAM WILLS. 



1687. 


William Mi 


irshalL 


Adm'on. 


1688. 


Robert 


)! 




1690. 


John 


J? 


Adm'on. 


1690. 


James 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1694. 


Sampson 


J! 


Adm'on, 


1694. 


Samuel 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1695. 


J olm 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1696. 


Jane 1 


3? 




1699. 


Elizabeth 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1702. 


Francis 


)) 


Adm'on. 


1705. 


John 


)) 




1707. 


John 


) ) 




1708. 


John 


JJ 


Tuition of i 


1712. 


James 


)) 




1712. 


George 


)} 




1713. 


Elizabeth 


)) 




1715. 


Thomas 


)} 


Tuition. 


1715. 


Thomas 


)) 


Billingham. 


1716. 


Isabell 


> J 


Adm'on. 


1722. 


William 


)> 




1722. 


Thomas 


)) 


Parish of II 



CALENDAR OF WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS AT 
LICHFIELD. 

Consistory Court, 1656 — 1725. 

The date in the second column is that of Probate or Administration. 

William Marshall of Heanor. 25 July, 1661. 

3 Jan., 1662-3. 



Edmund 
John 
William 
William 



Youlgreave. 
Staveley. 
Tatenhill. 
Yoxall. 



27 Oct., 1663. 2 

28 April, 1664.3 
20 May, 1664. 4 



1 Jane Marshall of Hurworth upon Tees, spinster. Dated 1 695-6, (no day or 
month). Her aunt Jane Jenison of said place universal legatee. Proved 1696. 

3 John Marshall of Woodthorpe in the parish of Staveley, co. Derby, husband- 
man. Dated 7 December, 1662. To be buried in the churchyard at Staveley. £30 
to son Thomas Marshall if he be obedient to his mother and his uncle John 
Wollton, if not obedient then to son John Marshall. Appoints wife Mary Marshall 
and son John Marshall executors. Both proved 27 October, 1663. 

3 "William Marshall of Tatenhill, co. Stafford, yeoman. Dated 30 January, 1663. 
Devises tenement in Deinstall to wife Dorothy for lite, remainder to daughter 
Dorothy "for full term of my lease." Son in law Roger Midleham and Mabell his 
wife, and Mary their daughter. To my daughter Ann £30. Appoints wife execu- 
trix. Richard Green of Little Worley and Walter Hollier of Whichnor overseers. 
Proved by Dorothy Marshall his relict 28 April, 1664. One Richard Marshall 
signed the Inventory which amounts to £72 10s. 0d. 

4 William Marshall of Yoxall, co. Stafford, yeoman. Dated 12 October, 1659. 
To be buried in church or churchyard of Yoxall. Devises lauds after decease of 
wife to John and Henry the children of Walter Holhav ; and all copyhold land in 
the manors of Agarsley and Yoxall to William and Elizabeth Marshall the children 
of my brother Richard Marshall of Longdoo. Appoints wife Katheren residuary 
legatee and executrix. Richard Marshall a witness. Proved by Katheren Marshall 



LICHFIELD WILLS. 



45 



Francis Marshall (if 

Richard ,, 

Thurston ,, 

Richard ,, 

Elizabeth , , 

Catherine ,, 

Thomas ,, 

William ,, 

John ,, 

John ,, 

John ,, 

Ann ,, 

Richard ,, 

Francis ,, 

John ,, 

Edward „ 

Thomas ,, 

Thomas ,, 

Humphrey ,, 
William 

Thomas ,, 



Castleton. 

Wolfhamcote. 

Barlhorough. 

Yoxall. 

Nuneaton. 

Stanton. 

Castleton. 

Whitwell. 

Newcastle. 

Staveley. 

Alton. 

Athcrston. 

Tansley. 

Derby. 

Brinklow. 

Derby. 

Scarcliffe. 

Derby. 

Youlgreave. 

Ilampstal Ridware. 

Killamarsh. 



2 May, 16G7. 
9 Dec, 16G8. 

22 Oct., 1668. Adm'on. 
1 Oct., 1669. Adm'on. 
22 Feb., 1671-2. 

22 Oct., 1672. 

30 April, 1673. Inventory. 

3 Sept., 1673. i 

10 Jan., 1673-4. idm'on. 
30 Sept., 1674. 2 
6 Sept., 1675. Inventory. 

12 July, 1678. Adm'on. 

23 March, 1679-80. 

13 July, 1681. Adm'on. 
15 July, 1681. Adm'on. 

22 Sept., 1681. 

23 March, 1681-2. :J 

24 April, 1683. 

26 March, 1684. Adm'on. 

27 Nov., 1685. 4 
22 Sept., 1686. 5 



the relict 20 May, 1664. The Inventory annexed is dated 4 November, 1659. It 
is therefore evident that some time elapsed between the death of the testator and 
the proving of the will. 

1 William Marshall of Whitwell in the co. of Derby, yeoman.* Dated 23 April, 
1673. House and lands in Whitwell parish to his two daughters Elizabeth and 
Anne after the decease of his wife Mary. Twenty shillings each to his five 
brothers and sisters, viz. George, John, Thomas, Elizabeth, and Barbary. "To John 
Ramsdale and William sous of John Ramsdale of Ratcliffe and to Ann and Eliza- 
beth daughters of James Walker of Walesby to each of them two shillings and 
sixpence apeece." Wife Mary Marshall sole executrix. Robert Major and Tho. 
Marshall both of Whitwell parish to be tutors and guardians to two children 
Elizabeth and Ann in case my executrix die or marry again. Witnesses, Roger 
Cotes, Tho. Marshall, Robert Major, Ann Rostby. Proved by Mary Marshall the 
relict, 3 Sept., 1673, and tuition of the two children granted to her at the same 
time. Inventory £221 19s. 3d. 

5 John Marshall of Stanley Woodthorp, co. Derby. Dated 1 June, 1674. My 
now wife Elizabeth Marshall. Eldest son Edward Marshall. Lands at Stavley, 
and in Bolsover parish called the Coppy. Mentions wife Elizabeth as the mother 
of son Edward. Second son John Marshall. Daughter Elizabeth Marshall. 
Daughter Margaret Marshall, under age. Brother Thomas Marshall, and brethren 
in law John Smith, Robert Smith, and Peter Smith, supervisors. Wife and son 
Edward executors. Both proved 30 Sept., 1674. Inventory £323 lis. 5d. 

;! Adm'on to Alice Marshall his widow 23 March, 1682 (sic). Her affidavit that 
he died without having made a will 22 March, 1681. Inventory of goods of Thomas 
Marshall of Scarcliffe, co. Derby, lately deceased, dated 3 Jan., 1681, amounts to 
£170 1 2. Edward Marshall is one of the prisers. 

4 William Marshall of Hamstall Ridware, co. Stafford, Blacksmith. Dated 23 
Oct., 1685. Wife Elizabeth Marshall sole executrix. Testator mentions his children, 
but not by name. Brother John Oldacres overseer. Proved 27 Nov., 1685. Inven- 
tory (which is signed by Hugh Marshall) amounts to £15. 

5 Thomas Marshall of Killamarsh, co. Derby. Dated 6 Sept., 1686. Devises 
land at Killamarsh to son John, under age. Mentions daughter Ann, under age. 
To Margrit Watson £5. To Thomas Spencer of the Hobline in the parish of 
Whitwell and John Shotleworth of Chorche Anstou £2 10s. Od. apiece, and appoints 
them executors. German Pole of the Parke Hallo in the parish of Barlborough 

* Sec his mother's will, vol. i, 127. 



46 



LICHFIELD WILLS. 



Thomas 


Marshall of Hilton. 


Richard 


j) 


Churchover. 


Richard 
John 




Trysull. 
Newton Solney. 


William 


>) 


Tamworth. 


Sarah 


» 


"Wblfhamcote. 


Hester 

John 

Richard 


>> 


Bradley. 

Checkley. 

Lullington. 


Isabel 


>> 


Atherstone. 


Humphry 
Edward 




Doveridge. 
Derby. 


William 


)> 


Alton. 


Ellen 


>) 


Church Broughton, 


John 


)> 


Moreton. 


John 


)> 


Hathersage. 


John 


)) 


Crich. 


Ralph 
Ann 




Youlgrave. 
Derby. 


Richard 


}> 


Shawbridge. 


Josiah 


)> 


Tamworth. 


Dorothy 
Joshua 




Stanton. 
Atherstone. 


Edward 

Hannah 




Staveley. 
Derby. 


James 


>) 


Ashborne. 


John 
Peter 




Staveley. 
Rocester. 


Edward 


i) 


Heath. 


Samuel 


!) 


Crich. 


William 


)) 


Barlborough. 



Adm'on. 
Adm'on. 

Aihn'on. 



Adm'on. 

Adm'on. 



23 Mar., 1686-7. Adm'on. 

6 August, 1688. 

18 May, 1688. 

9 Jan., 1690-1. Adm'on. 

13 Nov., 1691. Adm'on. 
25 Feb., 1691-2. Adm'on. 
10 Jan., 1692-3. 

16 June, 1694. 
20 Aug., 1694. 
20 Nov., 1695. 

17 April, 1696. 

19 Jan., 1696-7. Aihn'on. 

18 Oct., 1697. Adm'on. 

19 Oct., 1699. 
12 April, 1699. 

2 Oct., 1700. 

24 April, 1702. 
30 Sept., 1702. 

16 April, 1703. 

14 Oct., 1703. 

1 Mar., 1703-4. Aihn'on. 

5 Oct., 1705. 
24 July, 1707. 
12 April, 1710. 1 

6 Nov., 1710. 

17 Xov., 1710. Adm'on. 
27 March, 1711. Adm'on. 
14 April, 1712. 

20 Aug., 1712. Adm'on?' 
5 April, 1715. 

7 Oct., 1715. 3 



Gent., supervisor.* Proved 22 September, 1686. Inventory dated 15 Sept., 1686, 
amounts to f 85 17s. 8d. Tuition of John and Ann children of testator granted 
22 Sept., 1686, to Thomas Spenser of Holme in the parish of Whitwell, yeoman, 
and John Shottlewell of Church Anson, co. York, and John Poole of Killainarsh, 
yeoman. 

1 Edward Marshall of Staveley Woodthorpe in the parish of Staveley, co. Derby, 
husbandman. Dated 31 Oct., 1700. To daughter Judeth Marshall £50, and the 
possession of Farm and Coppe-land. To daughter Barbara Marshall £50. To 
daughter Elizabeth Marshall £50. To daughter Sarah Marshall i50. Residue to 
son John Marshall of Staveley Woodthorpe and appoints him sole executor. 
Witnesses, John Marshall, senor [senior], Thomas Tumor, John Steemson 
[ ? Trysonj. Proved by said executor 12 April, 1710. Inventory dated 6 January, 
1709, £290 6s. lOd. 

2 Adm'on to George Marshall of Heath, taylor, his son, 20 Aug., 1712. William 
Clay of Heath, blacksmith, and Christopher Lowe of Lichfield, plummer, parties 
to the bond. 

3 William Marshall the elder of Barlborough in the co. of Derby, yeoman, being 
aged and infirme. Dated 15 June, 1715. Tenant right of Farm to wife Elizabeth 
for life, remainder to son William Marshall. Daughter Elizabeth Milner. Daughter 
Anne Short. Daughter Mary Marshall. Sons George Marshall and John Marshall. 
Wife Elizabeth sole executrix. Proved 7 Oct., 1715, by William Marshall eldest 
son of the deceased, (i.e. adm'on with will annexed.) Inventory £99 3s. 4d. 

* German Pole ob. 1686-7, vide Glover's 'Derbyshire,' ii, 79. 



LICHFIELD WILLS. 



47 



Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Joseph 

Richard 

George 

Thomas 2 

William 

Francis 

Mary 

Ann 

Robert 



Elizabeth 

George 

John 

Mary 

Thomas 

William 



Marshall of Barlborough. 
,, Chellaston. 

,, Chellaston. 

,, Monk's Kirby. 

Whitwell. 
„ Heynor. 

,, Hilton. 

„ Marston. 

„ Dore. 

„ Rocester. 

,, alias Marsh of Staveley. 

The Deans Peculiar, 

,, Lichfield. 

,, Lichfield. 

,, Adbaston. 

,, Lichfield. 

,, Lichfield. 

,, Lichfield. 



4 April, 1716. * 

29 March, 1720. 

20 Sept., 1720. 

28 Sept., 1721. Adm'on. 

4 Oct., 1721. 

6 Oct., 1721. Adm'on. 

6 April, 1722. 
19 Oct., 1722. 

3 Oct., 1723. 

21 Oct., 1724. 

30 Sept., 1724. 3 



26 Aug.. 1699. 
15 Dec., 1719. 
—Nov., 1603. 
2 June, 1820. 
23 Aug., 1681. 
10 Dec, 1701. 



Adm'on. 
Adm'on. 



Godfrey 

John 

Richard 

Richard 
Thomas 



Prebendal Court of Alrewas. 



Alrewas. 

Mavesyn Rid ware. 
King's Bromley. 
King's Bromley. 
Ediimale. 



31 Oct., 1684. 
20 Oct., 1681. 
18 June, 16S5. 
24 Nov., 1727. 
30 May, 1701. 



Adm'on. 



Adm'on. 



William 
Thomas 



Prebendal Court of Colwich. 

Great Haywood. 8 July, 1723. 

Haywood. 4 Feb., 1733. 



Richard 
Richard 



Prebendal Court of Lour/don. 4 



Longdon. 
Lonti-don. 



22 Aug., 1718, 
22 Sept., 1721. 



1 Elizabeth Marshall of Barlborough, in co. Derby, widdow. Dated 20 Feb., 
1715-16. Executor to discharge all the debts of late husband William Marshall 
and legacies yet unpaid. My two grand children Anne Milner and George Short. 
My four children, William Marshall, George Marshall, John Marshall, and Mary 
Marshall. Son William Marshall executor. He oroved 4 April, 1716. Inventory 
£134 19s. Id. 

2 Of Heynor, co. Derby, labourer. Adm'on to Mary his widow. Goods appraised 
at £8 13s. 6d. 

3 Robert Marshall of Middle Handley in the parish of Staveley, co. Derby, hus- 
bandman. Dated 18 July, 1724. Son Thomas Marshall. Grands m Paul Marshall 
and his brother Robert Marshall. Richard Marshall my grandson another of the 
brothers of the said Paul and Robert Marshall. Grand-daughter Anne Marshall 
daughter of the said Thomas Marshall. Grand-daughter Mary Marshall. Grand- 
daughter Elizabeth Marshall sister to the said Anne. Son Richard Marshall sole 
executor and residuary legatee. He proved as Richard Mnrsh, 30 Sept. 1724. The 
testator is called Marsh in the Inventory which amounts to £119 17s. 8d. 

4 There are more wills of Marshalls in this court at subsequent dates. 



48 






LICHFIELD 


WILLS 








Dean and CI t apt 


<xri 


Peculiar. 1 


Anne 


Marshall 


of 


Abney. 






8 May, 1640. 


Anthony 


j) 




Bradwell. 






29 July, 1641. 


Clement 


>j 




Hope. 






16 Nov., 1635. 


Edward 


>) 




Hope. 






20 April, 1647. 


Edward 


>> 




Smaldale. 






1672. 


Clement 


j) 




Abney. 






19 Mar., 1689. 



7. Adm'on. 
Adm'on. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES OF WILLS AND ADM'ONS. 

(Continued from Vol. i, -p. 318.) 

Will of Richard Farnefolde, Citizen and Merchant Tailor. Dated 
5 and proved in P.C.C. 16 July, 1574. Mentions brother in law John 
Marshall, Draper. (31 Martyn.) 

Will of Margaret Cotton of Milford Lane in the parish of St. 
Clement's Danes, widow. Dated 22 May, 1622. Names godson 
Thomas Marshall eldest son of Thomas Marshall, deceased, and the 
four other children of the said Thomas Marshall, viz. John, Elizabeth, 
Mary, and Lucy. Proved in P.C.C. (9 Swanne.) a/. Vol. i, p. 97. 

Will of Robert Bassock, Serjeant of the Vestrie to the Queen. 
Dated 12 Aug. and proved (in P.C.C.) 30 Oct., 1575. Mentions, 
brother Clement Bassock alderman of the city of Canterbury ; sister 
Katherine Marshall wife of Simon Marshall of Cranbrook, and gives 
her "a ring of gold with a turkies which I daily wear." To be buried 
in the church or churchyard of St. Mary at Hill nigh Billingsgate. 
(36 Pickering.) See adm'on of- Simon Marshall, Vol. i, app. 1. 

Will of Elizabeth Ibotson of Woodhouse in chapelry of Bradfield, 
co. York, widow. Dated 10 July, 1595. Residue to be divided into 
four parts, one fourth to Henry Ibotson my son, three fourths to Henry 
and John Ibotson and Ann Ibotson alias Marshall my children. 
Proved in Exchecpier Court at York 4 Oct., 1598. See Vol. i, p. 236. 

Will of William Dale of parish of S* Martin's, Seamer, co. York. 
Dated 27 Sept., 1528. To Elizabeth Marshall my sister two ewes. 
Proved in Exchequer Court at York, 12 Dec, 1528. 

Will of John Daile of Sheriff Hutton, co. York. Dated 6 June, 
1521. To Francis Marshall for celebration of a mass xx d . To 
Matilda Marshall my servant xx rl . 

1668. April 20. Judith Pollard alias Marshall of Potter Heigham, 
co. Norfolk. Adm'on to Bridget G-oodin alias Marshall and Catherine 
Larkeman alias Marshall her sisters. {Norwich Probate Court.) 

The will of Thomas Marshall of Burrowe Peter, 1621, was proved 
in the Consistory Court at Norwich. " Hud." 26. 

Gilbert Marshall of Sibton. Will proved at Ipswich, 1481—1498, 
23 ; also, John Marshall of Nacton, 1518, 260. 

The following is a list of Marshall wills at Ipswich, 1660 — 1735: — 
1661. Leonard Marshall, Beccles. Lockier 32. 
1670. Edward Marshall, Gorleston. 

1 There are many more wills at subsequent dates. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 49 

1679. Thomas Marshall, Buttly. Edgar, file 67. 

1684. Robert Marshall, St. Margaret's Ilketshall. Book 444, 
file 143. 

1693. Margaret Marshall, Woodbridge. Book 480, file 146. 

1708. Samuel Marshall, Framlingham. Book 168, file 64. 

1714. John Marshall, Beccles. Book 142, file 53. 
These notes are from the Books from the Archdeacon's Registry, 
now in Probate Court at Ipswich : — 

1610. July 4. Adm'on of goods of Robert Marshall of Stonham 
Coinitis to his daughter Rebecca Harte. 

1610. Oct. Scrutetur Test™ Thome Marshall de Beccles. 

1612. Nov. 14. Reference to the proving of the will of Robert 
Marshall of Pakefield. 

1632. Dec. 10. Marriage Licence. Thomas Cheanie and Mary 
Marshall, single, of Aldeburghe. 
Will of Anne Worth of St. Olave, South wark, 1665. Proved in 
P.C.C. (129 Hyde). Mentions "my brother Stephen Marshall now 
living in Oxford." 

Will of John Leigerd of South Kelsey, co. Lincoln, Husbandman. 
Dated 22 Apr., 1655. Mentions wife Elizabeth Leigerd and her three 
children William, Mary, and Anne Marshall. Adm'on (in P.C.C.) 
with will annexed to the cousin and curator 1 lawfully assigned to 
Jane, Ann, Mary, Margaret, and Helline Leigerd children of the testa- 
tor, 6 July, 1655. (312 Aylett. ) 

Will of Henry Parker, Cittizeri and Paynter Stayner of London. 
Dated 12 March, 1669. Wife Margaret Parker executrix. My 
daughter Margaret Marshall. Eldest son Henry Parker of the Inner 
Temple, London, Esq. To "my sonne Marshall the husband of my 
said daughter Margaret my whole Studie of Bookes." Proved by relict 
in P.C.C. 29 April, 1670. (50 Penn.) See Vol. i, app. \\ 24. 

Will of Thomas Langham 2 of Clapham in the county of Surrey. 
Dated 1 Feb., 1694. Houses in Petticote Lane to niece Elizabeth 
Lane. To niece Sarah Nicholas £300. T«. niece Alice Pickus .£300. 
To niece Elizabeth Wilcocks £200. To niece Mary Harvey annuity 
of £10. To Mr. Peter Smith £100. To Mr. Marshall Smith £100. 
To Mr. Stephen Nye £50. To Mrs. Elizabeth Benson £50. Mr. 
Stephen Boughton. To Jane Harvy daughter of my niece Jane Harvy 
my house and land at Finchingfield, co. Essex, called Little Winsey. 
To Mary Harvy daughter of said Jane house at Finchingfield called 
Waseys. To Peter Harvy son of said Jane £500. To niece Elizabeth 
Juxon my late wife's Jewell as also her velvett gown and petticoat, 

etc. To ... Wilson dau'r to my late niece Bush annuity of £10 

for her separate use without intermeddling of her husband. Nephew 
Thomas Juxon. Friend Thomas Barnesley. To Dame Rebecca Atkins 
£20 for mourning. £400 to Mercers Company for a weekly bread 

1 He is not mentioned by name, but I suppose him to have been John Leigerd 
called in the will ' loving kinsman ' and one of the supervisors therein named. 

2 See wall of his wife's father, Stephen Marshall, Vol. i, p. 120. In Painter's 
Work Book," fo. 123, in College of Arms, there is a note of Arms painted for 
funeral of Thomas Langham, Esq., Argent, a fess Gules, a label Azure, impaling the 
coat belonging to the Marshalls of Woodwalton, Finchingfield, etc. 

n 



50 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

charity for Clapham. Nephew Thomas Juxon and niece Jane Harvey, 1 
executors Both proved in P.C.C. 30 May, 1695. (75 Irby.) 

Will of Thomas Martin of Doncaster in the co. of York, gentleman. 
Dated 17 January, 1688. To be buried near father and mother in 
Doncaster church. Settles lands upon the children of his sisters Mrs. 
Alice Cowley and Mrs. Penelope Rutter. Mentions cousin Mrs. Mary 
Greenwood, and Alice Box apparently her daughter by a former 
husband. Aunt Clavalo of London. " To my cozen John Marshall 
of Grantham one hundred pounds." Proved in the Exchequer Court 
at York by William Walker, gent., and John Burton, gent., the ex'ors 
named in the will 24 May, 1690. 

Will of Francis Astlin of Halloughton al's Hawton next Southwell, 
co. Nottingham, yeoman. Dated 9 Feb., 1651. Devises land in the 
Eastfield and Westfield " which my father Marshall hath for his life " 
to son and heir Francis Astlin. Mentions wife Elizabeth, and 
daughters Mary and Elizabeth both imder age. Makes father-in-law 
Troth Marshall and brother Richard Astlin executors. Both proved 
in P.C.C. 4 August, 1653. (87 Brent.) 

Thomas Meller by his will dated 18 June, 1636, and proved in 
P.C.C. 8 July following (86 Pile), bequeaths to Margaret Marshall, 
widow, relict of Thomas Marshall, taylor, deceased, inhabiting near 
Charing Cross, .£50. 

Will of Thomas Stone of Taunton, co. Somerset, gent., 1675. 
Mentions cosen Thomas Marshall son of my brother Nicholas 
Marshall ; brother Thomas Marshall and his sons Thomas and Nicholas. 
Proved in P.C.C. (79 Dycer.) 

Will of Elizabeth Baker, widow. Dated 7 January, 1616. Bequest 
to poor of Eltham, Kent. Mentions Bridget Marshall daughter of my 
late son Arthur Marshall. Dau'r Anne Saunderson, widoAv. Sister 
Dorothy Say well, widow, late wife of John Saywell, citizen and 
grocer of London. John Philipson and Margaret his wife my grand- 
child. Cousin Peter Phesant, Esq. Proved in P.C.C. 13 Sept., 1620. 
(79 Soame.) 

Will of Anne Hesketh 2 of the parish of S* Margaret Westminster, 
widow. Dated 2 Nov., 1650. To be buried in the parish church of 
S fc Margaret Westminster as near as may conveniently lie to my well 
beloved husband George Marshall. Mentions her son George Marshall, 
and his daughter Elizabeth Marshall. Her youngest son Thomas 
Marshall, whom she makes executor, and his daughter Anne Marshall. 
He proved in P.C.C. 8 July, 1651. 

Will of Benjamin Marshall of Allesley in the co. of Warwick, 
clerk. Dated 21 Feby, 1748. " I appoint that Sexty's mortgage for 
£700 be assigned to proper Trustees to be chosen by my wife Phoebe 
Marshall and my son George Marshall on trust for making good my 
engagement to my said son relating thereto." Mentions son-indaw 
Thomas Hardman. MSS. Sermens, etc., to son George. My brother 
Mr. Richard Marshall of London 3 and his son Francis Marshall, £5 



1 She proved ad " widow." 

'-' Entered as Jane in Calendar. See her marriage Yol. i., p. 56, cf. pp. 17 — 20. 

a 6'ce will of Kichard Marshall, Yol. i. p. 170, 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 51 

apiece for mourning. Appoints wife residuary legatee and executrix. 
She proved, in Consistory Court at Lichfield, 7 April, 1749. 

Will of Edward Eeimick, * dated 6 August, 1639. Was a 
parishioner of S fc Catherin Creechurch. To my uncle Rohert 
Marshall of Dartforcl in the parish of Warsop, co. Notts, £40. To 
my cosen William Marshall £20. To my eosen Thomas Marshall £20. 
To every one of the children of my uncle William .Marshall of 
Warmsworth £5. Proved in P.C.C 17 Nov., 1645. (135 Rivers.) 

Will of John Marshall of Screveton in the co. of Nottingham, 
yeoman. Dated 20 January, 1719-20. To brother Edward Marshall 

£5. To Elizabeth Morr my wifes sister 15. To my nephew 

Edw £1. To my nephew William Marshall £1. To my nephew 

Joseph Harker £1. Godson William Howett. Wife Mary Marshall 
sole executrix. Proved in Exchequer Court at York. (Vol. 75, 
p. 15.) See Vol. i. p. 300. 

Will of Hannah Marshall of the town of Kingston upon Hull, 
widow. Dated 7 Nov., 1694. Appoints friends Mr. John Lytb of 
Kingston upon Hull, Master and Marriner, and Mr. David Crossby of 
GuninsC?) in the co. of Lincoln, Master and Marriner, executors. To 
my brother Edward Ruckle in Pensilvania 10s. My sister Sarah his 
wife. To John Odling of Glandford Brigg 5s. To my sister 
Elizabeth the wife of John Markham of Burringham 5s. My cousin 
Robert Ruckle. My son David Wake residuary legatee if he returns 
to Hull, hut if he dies abroad then amongst the other legatees, 
etc. Sister Elizabeth Markham's three children she had by her late 
husband Joshua Stutting. 

Codicil dated 10 Nov., 1694. (lives to each of the following 
persons a pair of gloves : — 

John Whitehead of Thistorton near Lincoln, ami his wife. Mr. 
Joseph Storr of Hilston in Holderness ; his daughter Katherine. 
Mr. John Lyth, and his wife. Mr. David Crosby, and his wife. Mr. 
Thomas Harrison, and his wife. Dr. Longmire of Wistead, and 
his wife. John Raines of Carlton in Holderness, and his wife ; 
his wife's daughter called Hannah Marshall. Joseph Smith of 
Easington, and his daughter Hannah Smith. Isaac Storr of Owstwick, 
and his wife. Thomas Pinder of Halsome in Holderness, and his wife. 
Thomas Wilson of Hull, and his wife. John Odling of Glanford 
Brigg, and his wife. Edward Ruckle of Pensilvania and his wife. 
John Markham of Burringham, and his wife. Robert Ruckle. 
Benjamin Graves. Hannah Williamson. William Williamson of 
Rawby near Brigg, and his wife. John Sharp of Brigg, and his wife. 
Also the following bequests, to the poor of Hull meeting £2 ; to the 
poor of Owstwicke meeting £2 ; to the poor belonging to the meeting 
in the East end of Holderness £2 ; to Rose Mary [rosemary] for 
Posies, 2 10s. 

Bond dated 8 Oct., 1695, and Inventory which amounts to 



1 See " Doncaster Charities," by Charles Jaekson, p. 127. 

2 For her funeral, as it comes in with other amounts for her coffin, and £2 for 
Sack to be drunk then. This note is taken from the original will, there being 
no transcript. 



52 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

£121 5s. Od., are annexed. Testatrix is described in the Inventory 
as " sometime of Kingston upon Hull, and late a sojourner at Carleton 
in Holdernesse." See note of Probate, Vol. i. p. 279. 

Will of Francis Marshall of Newark upon Trent, Felmonger and 
(Hover. Dated 12 Sept., 1750. My grandchildren Francis Marshall, 
Mary Marshall, Elizabeth Marshall, William Marshall, and Ann 
Marshall, sons and daughters of my son John Marshall, all under age. 
Sons John Marshall, and William Marshall, executors. Mentions his 
house in Castlegate Street, Newark. Proved G January, 1753, in 
Exchequer Court at York. (Vol. 97, fo. 205.) 

Will of Elizabeth Marshall of Wadworth in the co. of York, 
widow. Dated 9 June 1722. Mentions, daughter Elizabeth Radley ; 
Mary Tyas of Consborough ; my son John Marshall ; my son Tho. 
wife ; my daughter Anne Beedle ; my daughter Mary Wigfield 
Appoints son Thomas Marshall sole executor. Pond is dated 5 July, 
1722. Proved in peculiar court of Wadworth. The original will is 
in the Probate Court at York. 

Will of William Marshall of Tuxford in the co. of Nottingham, 
yeoman. Dated 3 Feb. 1686. My sister Ann Nichollson and her 
two children, "all now living at Cunsborrow." [ Conisborough, co. 
York.] Residue to wife Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Marshall my only 
daughter, and makes them executrixes. 

Inventory dated 15 Feb., 1686. Bond dated 25 Feb., 1686. Proved 
2 May, 1687. Original will is among the Vacancy Wills in Probate 
Court at York. 

1648. May 10. Probate of the will of Robert Marshall, Gent., of 
Selby, to Michael Marshall, clerk, his son, and power reserved to Mary 
Marshall the relict. Estate over j£300. (This will cannot be found.) 
Prerogative Act Boole, York. See Vol. i, p. 310. 

Will of Anthony Marshall of Stoxley, co. York, yeoman. Dated 
30 July, 1708. To be buried in churchyard of Stoxley. To brother 
Thomas Marshall, 15s. To brother Robert Marshall of Ellerburne 10s. 
Brother Francis Marshall and his wife Jane, and his daughter Eliza- 
beth. Godson Anthony Marshall. Sister Mary Brotton. Richard 
Snowdon my son to enjoy house and harth at West End of Stoxley 
which I lately purchased of Marmaduke Palmer after decease of my 
wife. Appoints wife executrix. Proved in Exchequer Court at York. 
(Vol. 65, fo. 319.) 

Will of Francis Marshall of Leckenfeild. Dated 24 July, 1630. 
William my son. Jane Marshall her two children. Ann my wife, 
and William my son, executors. They proved in Exchequer Court at 
York, 3 June, 1630. (Vol. 41, fo. 64.) 

Will of Peter Marshall of Leaserige. Dated 1627. To be buried 
in churchyard of Egton. Appoints wife and son William executors. 
William to pay his brother Thomas Marshall 10s, and to Jane Mar- 
shall, and Elizabeth Marshall, 5s. each, (apparently his sisters.) Men- 
tions, Richard Smallwood, Thomas Smallwood, Thomas Dawson, and 
Roger Munckman. Registered at York, Vol. 41, fo. 52. 

Will of Anne Scoley of Wentworth in the parish of Wath, co. 
York, widdow. Dated 25 Dec, 1671. Mentions Robert and John sons 
of John Charleton. To Margrett, Richard, Elizabeth, and Katherine 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 53 

children of Richard Marshall, to each of them 20s. Proved at York 
19 March, 1671-2. (Vol. 52, fo. 251.) 

Will of William Marshall of Newall cu' Clifton in the parish of 
Otley, co. York. Dated 6 June, 1705. To Miles Oddy of Yeadon in 
(he parish of Guiseley, yeoman, £15. To Rohert Murgatroyde of 
Mythoni in Stansfeild, Linrien Weaver, £20. To Mr. Hodgson, Mr. 
Ingerson, Gentleman, of the parish of Kendall, trustees about the 
estate of Mr. Thomas Murgatroyd late vicar of Kendall, and to Robert 
Murgatroyd of Mythom, £20 in trust for children of Thomas Murga- 
troyd when Alice his daughter shall attain the age of 18. To Nathan 
Collyer of Ashill 20s. To Mary Tomson of Bradford 20s. To Thomas 
Snawden of Ottley 20s. To Grace Marshall of Ashhill 5s. To 
Rebecca Pullon 5s. To Alice Beane of Bealdon 5s. To Mary Mar- 
shall of Yeadon 5s. To Margaret wife of Jeremiah Collyer of 
Ashhill 10s. To Sarah Younge of Ashhill 10s. To Anthony White- 
head of Farneley 2s. To my brother Josiah Marshall of Rawden 2s. 
To Josiah Marshall, junr., Is To Jeremiah son of Hugh Marshall of 
Rawden 5s. To Sarah wife of Isaack Dawson of Yeadon, Corde- 
wayner, one open bedstead, etc. To Anne wife of William Mitchell 
of Boiding one close bedstead. Hugh Marshall of Rawden aforesaid, 
yeoman, to pay to said Anne Mitchell his sister £5. Appoints 
Jeremiah Collyer residuary legatee and executor. (Vol. 65, fo. 288.) 
See Vol. i, 269. 

Will of Richard Marshall of Dunnington, co. York, yeoman. 
Dated 10 Feb., 1630, To be buried in churchyard of Dunnington. To 
mother Alice Marshall dwelling house in Stockton. My nephew John 
Marshall. Brother James Marshall. Richard Marshall my nephew 
son of Rowland Marshall. Anne Smetton my sister. John Marshall 
my brother. Rowland Marshall my brother. Anne Smeeton the 
daughter of Thomas Smeeton. Ann Marshall the daughter of Rowland 
Marshall. To poor of Dunnington 20s. To poor of Stockton 20s. 
Thomas Burne. Appoints wife and brother James Marshall executors. 
Both proved in Prerogative Court at York, 17 Feb., 1630. Vol. 41, 
fo. 297.) 

Will [original] of John Marshall thelder of Donigton [Dunnington] 
in the co. of York, yeoman. Dated between Martinmas and 
Christmas 1643. He made his will at this date "which was 
plundered or taken away in these troublesome tymes." The said will 
was acknowledged and subscribed by testator in the presence of 
George Smeeton and Thomas Burne, and said Thomas Burne being 
literate doth testify that after disposing of his soule and body he did 
devise give and bequeath as followeth : — To his wife Mary Marshall 
eight Kyne, etc. Second son flames Marshall. Appointed said wife, 
and James Marshall, and Richard Marshall, his sons, executors. Proved 
at York by James Marshall, 26 Oct., 1644. 

(Original Will.) Will of John Marshall. Dated 28 Oct., 1639. 
Bodie to lie buried in the Church Earde in Bilbroughe. Daughter 
Elizabeth. To Robart Cawood of Stillingnet tuition of two youngest 
daughters Ellen and Easter. John Cawood of Stillingnet. Said three 
daughters executors, all under age. Ad'mon to Thomas Cawood of 
Still inglieete tu use of said executors, in Exchequer Court at York, 
21 Dec, 1639. 



54 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

Will of William Marshall of Tickhill. Dated 5 May, 1579. To 
wife Elizabeth ail acre of arable land in Wadworthe Held, and an acre 
of arable land in Tickhill Held nigh unto Alhalowes Church, in fee. 
My 'children Thomas, Robert, Henry, and Janett vj* viij' 1 apiece. 
Wife executrix. John Marshall is one of the witnesses. Proved at 
York 5 Feb., 1582, by Elizabeth the relict. (Vol. 22, fo. 250.) 

Will of John Marshall of Tickhill, Dated 6 Oct., 1589. To be 
buried in churchyard of Tickhill. Daughters Elline, Jennett, and 
Jane. Elline my wife executor. To my bretheren and sisters children, 
to wit, Henrie Marshall 3 s , Joh'o Farneworth 16 d , and to Nicholas 
Farneworthe 16 d . Wife to be Gou'nor of daughters during their 
noneage. Proved by relict, at York, 28 January, 1589. (Vol. 24, fo.194.) 

Will of William Marshall of Rossington, co. York, yeoman. Dated 
20 June, 164... To Roger Nicholson of Edlington, co. York, yeoman, 
and to Jennet his wife .£60 in the hands of John Peirpoint of 
Wadworth, co. York, Esq. for their lives on condition that they seal a 
general release of four acres of land in Long East field in the parish of 
Tickhill to the said John Pierpoint and his heirs, and after the 
decease of the said Roger and Jennet Nicholson their executors shall 
pay the said £60 within one year after their decease in the south 
porch of the parish church of Stainton to Margaret, Mary, and Sarah, 
daughters of John Saunderson of Stainton and Winefride his wife. 
Testator also bequeaths to said Margaret, Mary, and Sarah, £20 apiece. 
To John Saunderson aforesaid and Winefride his wife one kowe now 
in their possession and 40 s apiece. To John Oglethorpe of Wadworth, 
co. York, husbandman, and Anne his wife £4 which I lent them. 
To Christopher Woadeson, Henry Woadson, Thomas Oglethorpe, 
Margaret Oglethorpe, and Susan Oglethorpe, children of the said 
Anne Oglethorpe my sister goods mentioned in a bill of sale made 
betwixt said William Marshall and said John Oglethorpe dated 23 
August, 1637, to be equally divided among them. To Dorothy 
Gressam of Rossington, widow, =£10 she oweth me. Her son John 
Gressam, and her daughters Anne Gressam, and Jane Gressam. 
Thomas Gressam servant to said Dorothy Gressam. To Thomas 
Marshall of Tickhill myne Vncle one hat and suite of apparell and 5 s . 
My brother Roger Nicholson to be sole executor. He jjroved in 
Exchequer Court at York, 16 April, 1647. (Original Will. J 

Will of John Marshall of Selbye, plumer. Dated 11 Dec, 1580. 
To be buried in churchyard of St. Augustine in Headon. To Roger 
Awmonde my cote. Agnes .Marshall my wife. William Marshall my 
son. Jane Marshall my daughter. Wife Agnes and son William 
executors. Proved in Exchequer Court at York by relict and power 
reserved to son William, 13 July, 1581. (Vol. 22, fo. 79.) 

Adm'on of Thomas Marshall of Glusburne in parish of Kildwick to 
Margaret Marshall his relict, in Exchequer Court at York, 5 April, 
1715. (Craven Act Book.) 

Will of Ralph Marshall of Scalby, husbandman. Dated 10 
August, 1647. Son George Marshall. Son Thomas Marshall. To 
said son Thomas's wife a goose and a gander, and to his" daughter 
Isabell a ewe which was her grandmothers. Daughter Jayne 
Hinderwell. Sowerby (sic) my daughter. To every one of my 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 55 

grandchildren one lamb. Thomas Hinderwell my grandchild. Jonathan 
Sowerby my grandchild. Hon George sole executor and residuary 
legatee. {Original will) Proved at York. 

Will of Roger Marshall, clarke. Dated 21 May, 1562. To be 
buried in chancel at Kelham. To Mr. Person of Kellam all my 
bookes of Sancte Augustyne workes and my best gowne. To M ns Roche 
20 s . Mr. Maxe. To S r James my thirde gowne with narrowe 
sieves and foure bookes of Sancte John gresostomes [Chrysostom] 
workes. Mr. John Marshall. To Mr. Henrie Marshalles wiffe one 
oulde Ryall. " To Mr. pson of Kelham and to Mrs. Roche all my 
beddinge heare in his house in recom pence for theire greate paynes 
taken w th me." Residue to Thorn's Hill, Thorn's Marshall, John 
Marshall, and Roger Marshall, whome I make my full executors, 
saving my sister to have all my lynnen. Witnesses, John Taverham, 
Robert Maxe, gentleman, Will'm Soden. Proved at York by Thomas 
Hill and power reserved to other executors, 11 July, 1581. (Vol. 22, 
fo. 79.) 

{Original mil.) Will of Richard Marshall of Streete in the parish 
of Wath, co. York, Gardiner. Dated 29 April, 1692. To be buried 
in the Chapped or Chapped yard of Wentworth. To Amorous 
Hoyland my son in law Is. To Margaret Hoy land my daughter 
Is. To Margaret Marshall my daughter in law Is. To 
Anthony Smeaton my son in law 2s 6d. To Elizabeth Smeaton* my 
daughter 2s. 6d. To William Marshall my son £ 5 to be paid at 
decease of Katherine my loving wife. To Mary my daughter £5. 
To Christian my daughter £5. Wife Catherine executrix. She 
proved, in Exchequer Court at York, 23 May, 1693. 

{Original will.) Will of Robert Marshall of Hatfield, co. York, 
yeoman. Dated 26 Nov., 1690. To my two brethren Joseph and 
John, to each of them 2s. 6d. Same to two sisters Rosamund and 
Margarett. Wife Elizabeth executrix and residuary legatee. She 
proved in Exchequer Court at York, 9 August, 1693. 

{Original will.) Robert Marshall of Nether Bradfield in the 
Chapelry of Bradfield, yeoman. Dated 8 June, 1723. Wife Mary 
Marshall. Son Thomas Marshall. Anne Chapman my daughter. 
Martha Chapman my daughter. Francis Marshall my son. To 
Elizabeth Marshall, Hellen Marshall, Catherine Marshall, and Mary 
Marshall, my daughters, 40s. apiece. Thomas Marshall my brother. 
Son Thomas sole executor. He proved, in Exchequer Court at York, 
29 April, 1724. 

Will of William Stanley of Leicester, mercer. Mentions brother in 
law Richard Marshall of Mount Sorrell and his children Mary, William, 
and Thomas Marshall. (74 Huddleston. ) 

Will of Robert Webb of Hminster. Daughter Mary wife of Thomas 
Marshall ; Nicholas the son of Thomas Marshall. (91 Harvey.) See 
■vol. ii, p. 9. 

William Marshall overseer of will of George Bedford of Sarum. 
(10 Huddleston.) 

Will of Agnes Atkinson of St. Olave's, Southwark, dated 17 March, 
1605, proved 15 April, 1606. Brother in law Thomas Marshall of 
Southborough, Kent, and his son Thomas Marshall. My mother 



56 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

Powell. Late uncle Robert Atkinson. Brother John Whaley. (26 
Stafford.) 

Will of John Pyne of Curry Mallet, Esq r , dated 1 June, 1607, 
proved 6 Feb., 1609. Daughters Anne Harvey, Mary Knapton, 
Frances Marshall, and Elizabeth Langford. (19 Wingfield.) 

Will of Mary Simcox, of Budleigh, co. Somerset, dated 12 May, 
160S. Daughter Johane Marshall ; Mr. George Marshall her husband 
(54 Windebancke.) 

Will of Ellen Launce of Ashe, widow, dated 24 April, 1610 
Daughter Ellen Marshall. (56 Wingfield.) 

Will of Edmond Sheringham of East Dereham, co. Norfolk, yeoman. 
To Pleasaunce the wife of William Marshall, 1 Rector of Woodnorton 
£5. Proved 3 Nov., 1612. (100 Fenner.) 

Will of William Markham. Dated 15 May, 1608. To be buried at 
Sidbrooke amonge my ancestors. My brothers George and Charles. To 
Mr. Marshall owing for my boord £30. My three brothers-in-law Mr. 
Molinax, Mr. Swichcottes, and Mr. Eire. Aunt Hornesey. Aunt Mark- 
ham of Newbe Abbey. My three cosens the children to my uncle 
Richard Markham, Anne Markham, Theadothia, and Thomas. Mr. 
Raphe Marshall of Shelltonn executor. To my cosen Fraunces Mar- 
shall my black nagge. To my cozen Raphe Marshall my satin doublett 
and taffetie breeches. To my cozen Mawde Marshall, £40. Proved 
by said Ralph Marshall 21 June, 1608. (54 Wmdebancke. ) 

Will of Robert Bence of Harwich, Merchant. Dated 26 May, 1611. 
Mentions sister Marshall. (51 Wood.) 



The following notes of Probates and Adm'ons from the Act Books 
at York, are in continuation of those given in VoL i, pp. 305-309 : — 

City of York Act Bool: 

1702. Jan y 2. Probate of will of J« »hn Marshall i >f York to Elizabeth 

Marshall his relict. 
1729. March 20. Probate of will of Thomas Marshall of York to 

Jane Marshall his relict. 

Dickering Act Booh-. 

1667. May 31. Probate of will of John Marshall 2 of Staxton to 

Sara his relict. 

1668. Oct. 22. Probate of will of Sara Marshall 2 of Staxton to 

Thomas Marshall her son. 
1697. Sept. 13. Adm'on of Richard Marshall of Osgarby to Richard 

Marshall of Osgarby aforesaid husbandman {agricola.) 
1711. Dec. 24. Probate of 'will of William Marshall 2 ' of Staxton in 

parish of Willerby to John Smith. 



1 Vicar of Seaming. 1583, and Rector of Woodnorton, 1600. Blomefield's 
" Norfolk," vol. x, p. 45 ; viii, p. 317. See " 38th Report of Deputy Keeper of the 
Public Records," app. p. 683. 

2 See Vol. i, p. 276. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 57 

1712-13. Feb. 4. Adm'on of Thomas Marshall of Bridlington to 

Mary Marshall his relict. 
1716. May 24. Probate of the will of Anno Marshall of Scarborough 

to Thomasine Sellar, widow, her daughter \ 
1724-5. Feb. 11. Tuition of William, Mary, and Thomasine Marshall, 

children of William Marshall of Bridlington, and same day 

probate of his will, both granted to John Bilton. 2 

A instie Act Booh. 
1725. Oct. 26. Adm'on of William Marshall of Leeds to Martha 

Marshall his relict. 
1728. May 23. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Cliffe in 

Rawden, parish of Guiseley, to Joseph Marshall his son. 3 
1728. July 5. Probate of the will of Samuel Marshall of ITorsforth to 

John Hird. 4 

1728. Aug. 10. Adm'on of Mercy Marshall of Rawden to John 

Marshall her son. 

1729. Aug. 7. Probate of the will of Samuel Marshall of Wyke in 

the parish of Bardsey to Mary Marshall his relict ; and 
same day care of Mary Marshall daughter of the said 
Samuel Marshall to Mary Marshall her mother. 5 

1729. Nov. 4. Probate of the will of Samuel Marshall of Horsforth 

to Timothy Marshall. 6 

1730. May 7. Probate of the will of Abraham Marshall of Burley 

Woodhead to Jeremiah Whalley and Isaac Grimshaw. 
1730. May 7. Probate of the will of Mercy Marshall of Burley to 
Jeremiah Marshall. 7 

1730. July 21. Probate of the will of Martha Marshall of Moor 

Monkton to Major Freer. 8 

1731. Aug. 4. Care of Elizabeth Marshall, aged 16, daughter of 

Henry Marshall late of Eltoft to Peter Hcartfield, according 
to her voluntary election. 9 

BucliTose Act Booh. 
1685. April 16. Probate of the will of Henry Marshall of Settrington 

to Mary, wife of John Cole, his daughter, and power 

reserved to the other executors. 
1693-4. Jan. 11. Adm'on of John Marshall of Thixendale to Alice 

Marshall his relict. 
1728. April 20. Probate of the will of William Marshall of 

Thixendale in the Parish of Wharram Percy to Christopher 

Marshall. 10 

Cleveland Act Bool: 
1712. June 17. Probate of the will of Paul Marshall of Oakebridge 

Holme in the parish of Egton to William Law. 

1 See Vol. i, p. 300. G See Vol. i, p. 293. 

" See Vol. i, p. 302. 7 See Vol. i, p. 283. 

* See Vol. "i, p. 293. 8 See Vol. i, p. 272. 

4 See Vol. i, p. 292. 9 See Vol. i, p. 304. 

5 See Vol. i, p. 290. 10 See Vol. i, p. 302, 

I 



58 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

1712. Dec. 1 7. Probate of the will of Thomas Marshall of Whitby to 
Jane Marshall his widow. 

1714. Dec. 19. Adm'on of Grace Marshall of Marsk to John Mar- 
shall her son. 

17. '3 -J. Sept. G. Probate of the will of Leonard Marshall of Lofthouse 
to William Marshall and Thomas Marshall. 1 

Bulmer Act Bool: 

1722. Nov. 2. Adm'on of Thomas Marshall of Cawton in the parish 

of Gilling to Ellen Marshall his widow. 
1724. Nov. 19. Probate of the will of Mannaduke Marshall of 

Flaxton to Anne Marshall his relict during the minority of 

John Marshall his son. 
1727. Oct. 14. Adm'on of John Marshall of Thormanby to Jane 

Marshall his widow. 
1727. Nov. 4. Adm'on of Richard Marshall of Terrington to Richard 

Marshall his son. 
1729. June 7. Probate of the will of George Marshall of Bransby to 

Isabella Marshall his widow, 2 
1731. June 12. Adm'on of William Marshall of Bransby to Lidia 

Marshall his widow. 

HarthiU cum Hull and Beverley Act Boole. 
1G70. Dec. 22. Adm'on of John Marshall of Scarborough to Francis 

Thompson his brother and principal creditor. 3 



The following adm'on and will are from the Consistory Court at York, 
Cook "Dawes," (1714—1724.) 

Fo. 110. 1719. April 3. Adm'on of Michael Marshall of Selby, gent., 
to Lucy Marshall his relict. 4 

Fo. 154. Thomas Marshall of the parish of St. Mary's Bishophill jun'r., 
Linen-weaver. Dated 8 Oct., 1709. Wife Althea Marshall 
executrix. Mother Elizabeth Marshall. Sister Deborah 
Marshall. Kinsman William Addinell, and his sister Eliza- 
beth Addinell. Proved by relict 21 May, 1722. 



EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS REGISTERS. 
(Continued from Vol. ?', p. 2J/.6.) 

1576. Dec. 30. Marcholl (sic) son of Mr. John Marshall citizen of 
London. Buried. Little Missenden, Bucks. 

1G23. July 29. Thomas Marshall and Elizabeth 

Lunde. Married. ) T .,., n 7 

1G58. July 17. John Teasdale of the parish of > CQ j^* 
Whixley and Dorothy Marshall of this 



parish. Married. 

1 See Vol. i, p. 304. 2 Sec V<>1. i, p. 302. 

3 -See Vol. i, p. 315. 4 Sec Vol. i, pp. 310; 327. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



59 



1744. 
1784. 

1806. 

1703. 

1654. 

1678. 

1692. 
1676. 
1690. 
1683. 
1705. 

1707, 

1743-4. 

1753. 

1744-5. 

1614. 
1637. 
1539. 
1683. 
1630. 

1688. 

1608. 

1616. 

1656. 
1697. 

1578. 



Aug. 1. Sara Marshall. Buried. . 

June 27. Richard Marshall and Elizabeth | 

Walker, married. ) 

Sept. 1. John Marshall and Hannah Ray- j 



Bilstlwvpe 

CO. 

Notts. 



Beetles, 

CO. 

Suffolk. 



Wat ton i. 

Voir, CO. 

Nottingham. 

Miltoll, II i ■(LI 

Cambridge. 



Winy 

CO. 

Rutland. 



the 



ner, married. 
May 16. Thomas son of William 1 and Elizabeth Marshall was 

baptised. Abbot's Morton, co. Worcester. 
July 25. Leonard son of Leonard and! 

Rachael Marshall was baptised. 
Oct, 8. William Marshall, singleman, and i 

Francis Davye, singlewoman, both of y 

Beccles, were married. i 

Feb. 13. Elizabeth wife of Timothy Mar- 
shall was buried. J 
M rs Ann Marshall widdow was burryed \ 

September the twenty third. ( 

Jane daughter of Thomas Marshall, bapt. C 

Sept, 20. ) 

Oct. 21. Thomas Marshall and Susanna } 

Graves, both of Cambridge, married. ) 

John Marshall the son of .John Marshall ~| 

was born Nov. 16 ; Mary Marshall the 

mother of this child, buried Nov. 20 ; 

John the son, buried 23 Nov. 
Benjamin Marshall a child, buried April 4. \ 
John Marshal], buried Jan. 23. 
Hannah Marshall, buried Sept, 17. 
Charles Rowell and Eliz. Marshall, married 

Jan. 3. 
George Marshall of Cayes College, buried Jan. 20. St. Michael's, 

Cambridge. 
John Marshalle, Gent., and Alee Pepys, 17 July. Married. 

Cottenham, co. Cambridge. 
Nov. 20. Tho. Marshall and Isbell Horsman. Married. Maxey, 

co. Northampton. 
Sept. 6. Gyles Marshall and Alice Maye. 

in Bristol. 
Gulielmus Marshall puer quidam mendicans , 

natus in Uttoxeter moriens in Catton 

sepultus fuit decimo die Maii. \ 

Henricus Marshall et Elizabetha Richards f 

de Croxall matrimonium contraxerunt 

decimo tertio 13° (sic) May. J 

William Marshall and Grace Vickers, \ 

married 4 July. ' 

William son of Robert Marshall, bapt. 1 I 

December. J 

Robert Marshall buryed Sep. 10. West Hallam, en. Derby. 
Richard son of Mr. Edw. Marshall, Exciseman, bapt. 11 April. 

Asldmrne co. Derby. 
Jan. 28. Roger M'shall and Joan Griffeth. Married. St. 

Stephens, Bristol. 

1 Churchwarden in 1702. 



Married. Temple 



Croxall, co. 

Derby. 



St. Mary de 

Castro, 

Leicester. 



60 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1625. July 31. Rob't son of Bob't Marshall, gen. Buried. SdbifjCO. 

York: 

Mrs. Mary Marshall wife of Mr. Joseph Marshall! ,-„ „, , 

i • i t .,•! ifoi Chellaston, co. 

was buried Jan. 23, loUl. n •] , 

Joseph Marshall buried Dee. 14, 171 l J. } fTr ^' r ,!;■]{ at 

Elizabeth Marshall relict of Joseph Marshall buried j ' ' r .'f .. t h 

Jan. 5, (sic) 1719. J ***yw*> 

1625. Nov. 7. William Marshall and Cbartery Dalby. Married. 

JStftYA Weston, co. Rutland. 
1713. George Allen of Thurcaston and Eleanor) m . , 

AT 1 11 £ T) /ill i ( l/oirccMoit, a. 

Marshall of Burton super Oldswere by> r • , 

t • m at i oo v Leicester. 

Licence maryd March 28. | 

1G37. Nov. 7. Matthew Rosse and Alice Marshall. Married. Wake- 
field, co. York. 
1578. June ... William Pearcey and Agnes Marshall. Married. Ro- 

therham, co. York. 
1702. Sept. 10. Robert Marshall and Margaret Baker. Married. Sprot- 

borough, co. York. 
1652 Robert Marshall and Frances Wildes. Married. Bhjtlt, 

co. Notts. 
1735-6. Feb. 27. Edward Marshall of Whitby, \ 

Buried. ■ ( Scarborough, 

1763. April 14. Court Marshall 1 and Hannah/* co. York. 

Stamper, married. ) 

1702 Willoughby Methley and Ann Marshall. Married. 

Felkirk, co. York. 
1671. Sept. 22. John Roberts of Barnburgh and ] 

Jane Marshall of Terrymore. Married, j 
1686. May 8. John Marshall and Margaret Hoy- I Fontefract, 

land. Married. [ co. York. 

1694. May 31. Peter Marshall and Grace Mar- | 

shall. Married. J 



Extracts from Transcripts of Parish Registers at York. 

(Continued from Vol. i, p. 2 J/3.) 

1681. Nov. 24. Thomas Derbyshire and Ann Marshill. Married. Seaton. 
1681. June 28. Laurence Marshall and Jane Hall. Married. Sancton. 
1681. Sept. 25. Elizabeth Marshell y e daughter of John Marshell. 

Bapt. Birdsall. 
1681. March 29. Johannes Marti all et Maria Dewell. Married. Lund. 
1681. July 26. Richardus Marshall. Buried. Nunningtou. 
1681. Sept. 15. Thomas Marshall and Susanah Gurden. Married. 

St Mary's Hull. 
1681. Dec. 18. William son of John Marshall. Buried. Ibid. 

i His will was proved at York, June, 1782. 



//////. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 61 

1681. May 11. W m Marshall 1 and Priscilla Pear- ] 
son. Married. 

1681. July 14. Grace wife of Thomas Marshall. 

Buried. ,., . 

1681-2. Jan. 4. Jane d. of John Marshal. Bapt. }■ //,,'/'/ 

1681-2. Feb. 27. Jerom Graves and Eliz. Mai- 
shall. Married. 

1681-2. March 16. Castina w. of Tho. Marshall. 
Buried. J 

1683. Dec. 14. Jane Marshall 2 widow was buried. Tuxford, co. Notts. 

1683. Dec. 18. Frances Marshall, widow. Buried. Worksoj), co. Notts, 

1683. April 10. Richardus Thomson 3 et Elizabetha Marshall, nupt. 
Egmanton, co. Notts. 

1682. June 3. Will 1 " Marshal. 4 Buried. hangar, co. Notts. 
1673. Nov. 18. Franceas do. of Henry Marshall of Blyth. Buried. 

Blyth, co. Notts. 

1673. July 21. Mary the daughter of Richard Marshall and Mar- 
garet his wife. Bapt. East Drayton, co. Notts. 

1673. Aug. 9. Margeret the wife of Richard Marshall. Buried. 
East Drayton, co. Notts. 

1673. March 16. Will'm y e son of Tho. Marshall and Afie his 
wife. Bapt. Flintham, co. Notts. 

1673. Sept. 11. Robart Marshall and Catharine Dodson. Married. 
Wilford, co. Notts. 

1673. Nov. 29. John Marshall and Jane Brett, Married. East 

Markham, co. Notts. 
1674-5. 5 Feb. 14. Eliz th dan. of Tho. and Anne Marshall. Bapt. 
Wliatton in the Vale, co. Notts. 

1674. April 27. Johannes Ley et Helena Marshall. Married. Kirli- 

by in Ashfield, co. Notts. 
1682. Dec. 22. Richard Marshall of Alverton. Buried. Staunton, 

co. Notts. 
1682. Aug. 7. Thomas Marshall and Mary Shiffin. Married. Nor- 

manton on Trent, co. Notts. 

1682. May 24. Anne ye Daughter of James Marshall and Margret 

his wife. Bapt. Buried 26 June. Beeston, co. Notts. 

1683. April 4. Jane the daughter of John Marshall and Jane his 

wife. Bapt. Kirton, co. Notts. 

1682. July 23. John Owen and Anne Marshall. Married. Arnold, 
co. Notts. 

1682. Oct. 5. John Marshall. Buried. Bnlwell, co. Notts. 

1682. Sept. 20. Mary Marshall the daughter of Thomas Marshall, 
of Gunthorpe. Buried. Lowdham, co. Notts. 

1674. May 17. Elizabeth Marshall the daughter of John Marshall 
and of Mary his wife was baptized. Clifton near Not- 
tingham. 

1674. March 29. John Marshall the son of Thomas Marshall ,; of 

1 See his will Vol. i. p. 279. s The return for tin,-; year is in tho 

2 See her will Vol. i. p. 118. hand-writing of and signed by Gervas 

3 Cf. a mar. Lie. Vol. i. p. 142. Marshall. 

4 See his will Vol. i. p. 297. 6 See his will Vol, i. p. 309. 



G2 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

GuBthorpe and Mary his wife begotten in fornication and 

borne in Wedlocke, Rapt. Lowdltam, co. Notts. 
1674--">. Feb. 5, Ann y e wife of Daniel Marshall. Buried. Co**"//, 

co. Notts. 
1682. July 13. Ann y e daughter of William Marshall Bapt. Rat- 

cliffe on Trait, co. No/1*. 
1674. April 22. Daniel y e sonn of William Mar- 
shall and Elizabeth his wife was baptized. ) Tythby, 
1674. Dec. 25. Elizabeth y L ' wife of "William - co. 

Marshall was buried. \ Notts. 

1674-5. March 20. Daniel Marshall was buried. ' 
1G82. July 30. Mary Marshall y e wife of William Marshall. Buried. 

Sutton on Trent, en. Notts. 
1682. Richard Marchshall sone of Richard, baptised apiariil y e 2. 

Flawborougli, co. Not/*. 
1G82. Dec, 9. Ralph y" sonne of Rob't Mar- \ 

shall. Bapt. ( Mansfield, co. 

1682. Oct. 17. John Orrell and Hannah Mar- f Noiis. 

shall both of this p'ish. Married. ) 

1 6^32. June 22. Anthony the sonne of Anthony Marshall, bapt. 

Plump/rer, co. Not/*. 

1663. Sept. 12. Mary Marshall the daughter of Lawrence Marshall 

and of Ann his wife. Bapt. Kino/ton, co. Notts. 
1665. Aug. 15. Bryan Marshall son of Bryan. \ 

Bapt. Buried 25 Aug. following. f Scrooby, co. 

1665-6. Jan. 3. William Marshall. Buried. C Notts. 

1671. Nov. 12. Bryan Marshall. Buried. ) 

1664. Oct. 2. Abraham the son of Abraham Marchell and Mercie 

his wife. Bapt. Bawtry, co. Notts. 

1665. Sept. 22. John Marshall and Mary Simson. Married. Ban- 

font, co. Notts. 

1661. April 16. John the sonne of Hughe Cart- ] 

wright, and Ales the daughter of Will'm ; Laxton, 

Marshall were baptized. ) co. Notts. 

1664. Dec. 21. Andrew Marshall. Buried. ) „. ,. 

1665-6. Jan. 21. John Marshall son of Lawrence > , T ,, ' 

, r t „ -p , co. Notts. 

Marshall. Bapt. ) 

1664. Oct. 18. Thomas Marshall and Anne Coozens. Married. 

Normanton on Trent, co. Notts. 

1672. Oct. 15. "Will'm Marshall and Eliza : Fox. Married. St art on 

cum Fenton, co. Notts. 

1672-3. Feb. 18. Anne Marshall of Spitlehill in the parish of Clare- 
borough. Buried. Wed Retford, co. Notts. 

1664. duly 24. Augustus and John the sons of Jaruis Marshall. Bapt. 

1664. Sept. 18. Ann the wife of Jaruis Marshall. Buried. North 

Oollinyham, co. Notts. 

1665. Jan. 2. Hellin dau. of William Marshall, j 

Buried. ' Laxton, 

1665. dan. 31. Ann dau. of William Marshall. I co. Notts. 

Bapt. ) 

1665. July 4. Katherine wife of John Marshall. Buried. Basford, 

co. Notts. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



Kinton, c 
Notts. 



was Dune 



1664. April 8. Silvester son of Skillen Marshall ) 

and Anne his wife. Eapt. | „ w ™ , 

1664-5. March 21. Jane Marshall, vidua. Buried.)- *> u tton on imnr, 

1665. June 13. Silvester son of Thomas Marshall j 

and Anne his wife. Bapt. 
1665-6. Jan. 25. William son of Francis Marshall. Bapt. Mattersey, 

co. NotU. 
1661-2. Feb. 28. Robert Marshall of North Marnham. Buried. 

Marnham, co. Notts. 
1665. March 29. Elizab. Marshall de Newarke, Gen. and vid. 

Buried. Balderton, co. Notts. 
1663. Nov. 6. Thomas Marshall. Buried. 

1663. July 2. Robert Marshall and Elizabeth 

Clayton. Married. 

1664. April 7. Mary dau. of Robert Marshall 

and Elizabeth. Bapt. 

1664. April 9. Mary an infant y e daughter off 

Robert Marshall and Elizabeth his wife. 
Buried. 

1665. May 3. Mary dau. of Robert Marshall 

and Elizabeth. Bapt. 
1672. AprilS. Robert the son of Robert Marshall 

and Elizabeth his wife. Bapt. 
1663-4. Jan. 26. Ann y e daughter of Gen. Marshal 

Treswell, co. Notts. 
1664. Nov. 29. Robert Marshall and Elizabeth Barton both of this 

parish. Married. Marnham, co. Notts. 
1663. Oct. 18. Thomas the son of Thomas') „,. ,, 

Marshall. Bapt. - at ft ■ 

1686. April 1. Anne Marshall, widow. Buried. ) 
1686. Nov. 16. Thomas Marshall. Buried. Baiotry, co. Notts. 
1691. July 12. John Marshall and Sarah Kithin. Married. Clar- 

horough, co. Notts. 

1689. Nov. 14. Francis Morton and Frances \ 

Marshall. Married. ( Ollerton, co. 

1690. Nov. 23; Frances y (> wife of Fran. Mor- { Notts. 

ton. Buried. ) 

1689. May 25. Ann dau. of Henry Marshall. Bapt. Buried, June 30. 

Laxton, co. Notts. 
1688. Nov. 22. Robert Marshall of Gresthorp in y e parish of Sutton, 

Butcher, and Elizabeth Porter of the same. Married. 

West Markham, co. Notts. 
1715-16 Jan. 22. Benjamin Buttery and Eliz. Marshal. Married. 

Worksop, co. Notts. 
1715. July 13. Thomas son of Robert Marshall. Bapt. Waleshy, 

co. Notts. 
1689-90. March 8. Marshal y e daughter of Ceo. Bower. Bapt. 

Worksop, co. Notts. 
1638. Dec. 16. Richard son of Henry Marshall and Elizabeth his 

wife of Blyth. Bapt. Blijtli, co. Notts, 



64 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1711. Ruth Marshall was Buryed y° 12 th of April! Mcdtby, co. 

York. 
1598. June 26. Francis Oglethorpe, gent., and Elizabeth Marshall, 

widow. Married. Rothwell, co. York. See Mar. Lie. Vol. 

i, p. 79. 
1539. Oct. 14. Elizabeth daughter of Richard MarcialL Rapt, Roth- 

toellf co. York. 

EXTRACTS FROM PARISH REGISTERS. 

( Continued from Vol. i,2>- QJfi.) 

Kxaresborough, co. York. 

1568. Joh'es Webster and M'gar' M'shall, married, Nov. 21. 

1576 (?) Marshall, buried, Mar. 26. 

1608. Rob't Marshall of Gyselow and M'gr. Foster (?), married, 

Nov. 21. 

1611. Ralf Alius Miles Marshall, bapt, Ap'l 10. 

1619. Rob't M'shall and Dorothy Catterson, married, Fob. 6. 

1624. Henry M'shall and Mary Woude, married, Nov. 18. 

1629. Helena fil. Roger Marshall, bapt. May 27. 

1631. Matilda fil. " same bapt. May 11. 

1633. Joh'es fil same bapt. Jan'y 23. 

1635. Elizab. fil. same bapt. Ap'l 19. 

1657 wife of Thomas Marshall, buried, Dec. 5. 

1669. Xpophorus Marshall and Dorothea Yorke, married, Aug. 24. 

1674. Brian Marshall and Anna Burton, married, Sept. 2. 

1676. Christopher Gibson and Sarah Marshall, married, Nov. 30. 

1691. Maria fil. Tho. Marshall, bapt. Nov. 3. 

1693. Henrie Addinall and Sarah Marshall, married, Sept. 6. 

1G93. Tho. fil. Tho. Marshall, buried, Jan? 27. 

1695. Maria fil. Tho. Marshall, buried, Nov. 1. 
1698. Martha fil. Tho. Marshall, bapt. Sep. 29. 

1700. Joh'es Simpson and Sarah Marshall, married, Feb. 5. 
See subsequent entries, vol, i, p. 243. 

Doncaster, co. York. (Vol. i, app. 6.) 
Marriages. 

1564. Oct. 8. Richard Marshall and Joan Grave. 

1570. Oct. 23. William Barton and Elizabeth Marshall. 

1571. May 14. Steven Marshall and Dionis Craven. 
1575. Oct. 2. Christopher Loryman and Jennet Marshall. 
1583. Sept. 2. William Wood and Agnes Marshall. 

1588. Sept. 16. Stephen Marshall and Christine Cowburne. 

1593. Oct. 16. John Ellyson and Alice Marshall. 

1595. March 10. William Donncll and Elizabeth Marshall. 

1608. July 17. John Marshall and Joan Sandes. 

1680. May 21. Peter Marshall and Elizabeth Scola. [/> Scholey.] 

1683. Feb Marshall and 

1696. July 12. Gilbert Inkersell and Sara Marshall. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 05 

Milton Clevedon, co. Somerset. 
1608. Robert Coolies an 1 Briget Marshall, married. Oct. 6. 1 
1616. Richard Marshall, Vicar, buried. May 24. 

1616. Ambrose Marshall and Margaret Peine, married. Nov. 3. 

1617. Richardson of Ambrose Marshall, bapt. Sept. 21. 

1619. Ambrose son of Ambros Marshall, bapt. Sept. 12. (Ambrose 
Marshall was churchwarden this year.) 

1621. Katherin dan. Ambrose Marshall and Mary were bap. Dec. 9. 

Twins ? 

1622. Katherin Marshall, buried. 22 Jan. 

1623. Ambrose Marshall Junior I buried. June 11. 

[No Register from 1629-1672.] 
1675. May 18. Tho's Hodges and Francis Marshall, married. 2 

St. Mary Castlegate, York. 
1619-20. Feb. 6. Mary d. of Christopher Marshall, bapt. 
1621. July 11. Nicholas Goldsborough of Flixborough parish in 

Lincolnshire and Elizabeth Marshall servant to Bartil 

Banester, married. 
1625-6. Jan. 10. Roger Johnson and Anne Marshall, married. 
1625-6. Feb. 28. Stephen Marshall prisoner at the Castle, buried. 

1634. July 21. Jane wife of Robert Marshall, buried. 

1635. June 16. Robert son of Robert Marshall, bapt. 

1643. July 5. Robert Marshall who died at John Hutchinson's, 

buried. 

1644. June 11. Margaret Marshall, buried. 

1682-3. March 12. George son of Arthur Marshall, bapt, 

1693. Dec. 31. Thomas Marshall and Susannah Rowntree, married. 

1695. July 2. Thomas Marshall and Susannah Smith, married. 

1698. April 21. John Marshall, executed, buried. 

1 797. May 24. Catherine Marshall, Widow, aged 80, buried. 

SCARRINGTON, CO. NOTTINGHAM. 

1697. April, 16. Sarah d. of W m Bush, bapt. 

1698. Oct. 20. . Benjamin s. of Thomas Marshall, bapt. 
1700-1. March 7. Winifrith d. of Thomas Marshall, bapt. 
1702-3. March 22. Thomas s. of Matthew Hall, bapt. 

1703. Nov. 21. Martin s. of Thomas and Winyfrith Marshall, bapt. 

1706. Nov. 25. John Caunt of Bridgford and Mary Marshall, married. 

1707. Dec. 4. Thomas Marshall, buried. 

1708. April 7. Elizabeth wife of Wm Bush, buried. 
1728. Aug* 18. Hannah Hall, buried. 

Barton in Fabis, co. Nottingham. 
Baptisms. 
1583. Feb. 9. Margaret d. of Francis Marshall. 
1586. Sept. 11. George s. of same. 

1 1610. Grace dau. of Robert Colles, Bapt. Apr. 30. 1G08. W"> Clarke and Alice 
Coolies, Married. Feb. 27. 
~ 1676. June IS. Tho's son of Tho's and Francis Hodges. Bapt. Buried, Dec. 11. 



6G VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1607. Dec. 19. Francis s. of Thomas Marshall. 

1610. Nov. 4. Anne d. of same. 

1612. Oct. 17. Tabitha d. of same. 

1614. Sept. 4. Marshall s. of William Woodward. 

1614-5. March 8. Marie d. of Thomas Marshall. 

1616. June 24. Thomas s. of same. 

1618. May 14. Dorraty d. of Hew Marshall. 

1619. June 27. John s. of Thomas Marshall. 
1619-20. March 19. Elizabeth d. of Heugh Marshall. 

1621. March 17. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Marshall. 

1622. Sept. 1. Ales d. of Hew Marshall. 
1624. Jan. 23. Ane d. of same. 

1624-5. March 13. Dorcas d. of Thomas Marshall. 

1628. July 5. John s. of Hew Marshall. 

1628-29. Jan. 18. Rowlland s. of Thomas Marshall. 

1640. April 6. Joyce d. of Francis Marshall and Mary his wife. 

1642. July 10. Theodosia d. of same 

1643. Apiil 5. Theodosia d. of same. Buried. 
1649. April 24. Mary d. of Francis Marshall. 

1652. Feb. 6. Thomas s. of same. 

1654 Hugh s. of John Marshall. 

1655. July 8. Elizabeth d. of Francis Marshall. 

1657. June 11. Anne d. of same. 

1657-8. Jan. 24. Mary d. of John Marshall. 

1661. Feb. 12. John s. of same. 

1674. Nov. 17. Anne d. of Thomas Marshall. 

1682. Oct. 5. Francis s. of same. 

1686. Aug. 22. Elizabeth d. of John Marshall and Ellen his wife. 

1686. Jan. 26. William s. of Thomas Marshall and Mary his wife. 

1687. Jan. 24. Steven s. of John Marshall the younger and Ellen. 
1689. Nov. 5. John s. of John Marshall, 

1691. Jan. 19. Ellin cl. of John Marshall. 

1696. Dec. 6. Alys d. of John Marshall and Ellen. 

1698. March 22. Mary d. of John and Ellin Marshall. 

1701. March 17. Thomas s. of John Marshall. 

1717. Aug. 1. Elionerd. of Stephen Marshall and Anne. 

1720. Feb. 12. Jane d. of same. 

1726. Sept. 18. John s. of same. 

1729. Dec. 11. Stephen s. of same. 

1752. Nov. 18. Ann d. of. Stephen and Hannah Marshall. 

1756. Jan. 25. Jane d. of same. 

1759. March 4. John s. of same. 

1760. Oct. 26. Hannah d. of same. 

1763. May 29. Stephen s. of same. 

1764. Nov. 11. Hannah d. of same. 
1766. June 8. Thomas s. of same. 
1768. May 8. Thomas s. of same. 

1770. Sept. 30. William s. of same. " The same infant 

buried Oct. 2." 

Marriages. 
1 Eliz. May 11. Robert Hallam and Agnes Marshall. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 67 

1602. June 26. Henry Dunne and Anne Martiall. 

1611. Nov. 30. William Winfield and Elizebeth Marshall. 

1628. April 21. William Gad (?) and An Marshall. 

1633 William Thorpe and Tabitha Marshall. 

1685. Nov. 1. .John Marshall bach 11 and Ellen Elliot spins tr . 

1723. Nov. 12. Thomas Hopwell of Widmerpole and Mary Mar- 
shad of Barton. 

1737. Nov. 28. John Stubs of Stanton on the Wolds and Eleanor 
Marshall. 

1746. April 5. Thomas Cooper and Elizabeth Marshall. 

Burials. 

Jane wife of Hugh Marshall. 
Hugh Marshall. 
Thomas Marshall. 

Richard s. of John Marshall. 
Richard s. of John Marshall, (sic). 
Francis Marshall. 
Mary 1 wife of Francis Marshall. 
Francis s. of Thomas Marshall. 
Alice wife of John Marshall dyed Sunday 13 Jan. 
Mary wife of Thomas Marshall died 6 Ap. 
John Marshall. 

Elionor wife of John Marshall. 
John Marshall, infant. 
Francis Marshall, (baptized Feb. 11). 
William Marshall. 
John Marshall, Esq 1 '. 2 
M rs Ann Marshall Widow of John Marshall, Esq. 
M rs Ann Sacheverel. 3 
M rs Ann Clifton, Widow. 3 
Ann Wife of Stephen Marshall 

Hannah d. of Stephen and Hannah Marshall. 
Hannah d. of same. 

1 In transcript at York : — 1673-4. Mary w° of Francis Marshall. Buried 9 March. 

2 On the south side of the chaucel at Barton, on the floor : — 

Here lyeth the Body 

Of John Marshall, Esq. 

Captain in the Royal 

Regiment of English 

Fuzillers (sic) who Departed 

this life Octob 1 - 15 th , 1747. 
Aged 69 Years. 
His will as John Marshall, Esq., Captain Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of 
English Fuzileer?, is dated 5 Oct., 1747. To be interred in the parish church of 
Barton, co. Nottingham or in the chancel there, at the discretion of wife Ann 
Marshall, and appoints her executrix. Mentions daughter Elizabeth wife of Mr. 
Charles Hodges of Nottingham, surgeon. Proved in Exchequer Court at York, 
28 Oct., 1747. (Vol. 90, fo. 165). 

3 Two adjoining stones record that, Anne relict of Robert Sacheverell, and dau. 
of Thomas Marshall of this place, gentleman, died 28 May, 1754, aged 80 ; and 
Anne wife of George Clifton, Esq. and dau. of Robert Sacheverell, Esq., by Anne 
his wife, died 2 Oct. 1754, aged 41. (Fox's History of Morley, p. 57). These 
still remain, 1884. 



1647. 


July 30. 


1653. 


June 30. 


1660. 


May 30. 


1664. 


Match 29, 


1665. 


April 29. 


1668. 


March 15 


1673. 


March 12 


1680. 


March 4. 


1683. 


Jan. 14. 


1687. 


April 8. 


1700. 


May 6. , 


1716. 


Feb. 7. 


1728. 


May 8. 


1732. 


Feb. 12. 


1738. 


Nov. 26. 


1747. 


Oct. 18. 


1751. 


Oct. 6. J 


1754. 


June 2. 


17.->4. 


Oct. 2. ] 


1758. 


Jan. 1. 


1761. 


April 17. 


1765. 


Dec. 20. 



68 VAKlOUS REGISTERS. 

1767. April 17. Thomas s. of Stephen and Hannah Marshall 

1769. Sept. 20. Stephen Marshall. 

1770. July 18. Stephen Marshall. 

WlNTEMNGHAM, 00. YOEK. 

Baptisms. 
1576. Will'm M r shall the sonne of Heughe M. was baptised the 

xxviij 11 ' day of July. 
1607. Elizabeth Marshall the davght' of Will'm Marshall was 

baptised the xviij th of June a p'dicto. 
1609. Margareete Marshall the davght' of John Marshall was baptised 

the xviij of August a" p r dicto. 
1612. Anne Mershell the davghter of John M. was bapt. the xvi th 

daye of August Anno p r dicto. 
1618. Kli/aheth Marshall the davghter of John of Wint'ingh'm bapt d 

the xvi tL daye of August Anno p'dict. 
1637. Laurence y c sonne of Margret Marshall was baptised, 3 Sept. 
1644. Thomas the sonne of Marmaduke Marshall bapt. Jan. xiiij. 
1648. h'rancis the sonne of Will'm Marshall bapt. March xxix. 
1 672. Elizabeth the daught. of Willi' Marshall was baptized ffebruary... 
1677. George y e sonne of "Willi' Marshall bapt. July xxix th . 
1682. -John the sonne of Francis Marshall bap. October viij tb . 
1686. Francis the son of Francis Marshall was baptised January xvj th . 
1688. An the daughter of Francis Marshill baptized December ix tk . 

Mamages. 

1558. Will 1 " "Watson & Margaret Marshall were married viij th of Maie. 
1566. Heughe M r shall & Margaret beuley were married the third of 
November. 

1606. "Will'm Marshall & Catherine Ids Wiffe was married the xxv th 

day of Maye a°p r dicto. 

1607. John Mershell and Mary Wav'ller was maryed the xxviii day 

of Maye a p r dict\ 
Ralphe Halliday of y e towne and p'ishe of Ampleforth and An 
Mershell of Wintringha' were Solemnely Married at o 1 ' p'ishe 
Church in Wintringha' ye 17 day of Nove'ber 1657, by me 
John Bandinell, Minist. 

Will'm Dring Register. 
1635. Marmaduke Marshall & Ann Read were marry ed ye 22 th of 

November. 
1637. Tho s Ys r wood & Margret Marshall married 17 th Kovemb. 
1664. "William Mershell & Barbary Spendely weere married XXV th 

day of October. 
1 667. Bartholomew Allen and Elizabeth Marshall weere married Aprill 
xvj th 1667. 

Burials. 
1558. Rowland M'shall Avas buried the vi ,h day of December. 
1571. John M'shall was buried the xxiiij* 1 ' day of March. 
,, John M'shall was buried the vj 11 ' of June. 

„ Thomas M'shall was buried the xxiij day of June. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 69 

1575. Kateryne M r shall was buried the second day of March. 
1599. Rychard Marschall servant to Roht. Rychardson was buried 

the ffirst daye of Marche. 
1608. Hugh Mershell was buryed the xxix th of March anno p r dicto. 
1618. Ann Marshall the da. of John of Winteringham buried the 

xxviij tl ' of ffebruarye Anno p'dict. 
,, Anne Marshall the da. of Will'm buryed the xxix Aprill Anno 

predict. 
1634. William Marshall of Knapton was buried the iiij day of 

ffebruarie. 
1636. Mary Marshall y e wife of John Marshall was hurried the tenth 

day of Aprill. 
„ Elizabeth Marshall the da. of John M. was buried the xxvj th 

day of June. 
1657. Marrnaduke Mershell buried the v th day of July. 1 " 
1663. Elizebeth Marshall Widdow was buried May y c viij th . 
1668. Thomas Marshall was buried March viij th . 
1679. William Marshall was buried September ij th . 
1688. James Mar... was buried Aprill... 



95. 



Whitby, oo. York, 1600 to 171 

Baptisms. 
W m Marshall, Son of Tho s . 
Jn° Marshall, Son of Ja s . 
Elez th Marshall, D tr of W". 
Tho s Marshall, Son of W"\ 
W m Marshall, Son of Timothy. 
Jane Marshall, D te of W 1 ". 
Math w Marshall, S. of Tim* 1 '*. 
21st. Elez tb Marshall, D. of Tim th y. 
Mary Marshall, D. of Tho s . 
Henry Marshall, S. of Tim thy . 
Jane Marshall, I), of Rob 1 . 
John Marshall, S. of Tho s . 
Ellis Marshall, L). of Francis, of Saltwick. 
Tho s Marshall, S. of Tim^. 
Mary Marshall, 1). of Rob*. 
Jane Marshall, D. of Tho s . 
Jane Marshall, D. of Tim thv . 
Abigal Marshall, I), of Rob*. 
Ellen Marshall, D. of Ja s . 
Henry Marshall, S. of Tho 8 . 
Hester Marshall, I), of Tim th - V . 
Tho s Marshall, S. of Tho s . 
Math"' Marshall, S. of Rob*. 

1 Will dated 29 June 1651 (P.C.C. Ruthen :335). To be buried at Wintringham. 
Debts uwed testator by William Marshall of Wharham. John Marshall minister 
of Skirtenbeck. Wife Ann Marshall. .Son Thomas " but young." Daughter Lucy 
wife of John Duncan of West Heslerton. Admon. to relict 4 Sept 1 ' 1657. 



1657. 


Nov. 6th. 


1659. 


Dec. 5th. 


1684. 


Aug. 16th. 


1685. 


Jan. 17th. 


1687. 


April 10th. 


)> 


Sept. 25th. 


1688. 


Aug. 19th. 


1690. 


Sept. 21st. 


1692. 


Aug. 25th. 


>j 


(Jet. 30th. 


1693. 


Feb. 18th. 


1694. 


Mar. 19th. 


1695. 


June 2nd. 


» 


Nov. 10th. 


1696. 


Jan. 26th. 


>> 


Mar. 1st. 


1697. 


Nov. 14th. 


1698. 


Jan. 30th. 


1699. 


Alio-. 27th. 


1700. 


May 19th. 


)> 


.July 28th. 


1701. 


Oct. 5th. 


j) 


Mar. 1st. 



1703. 


Nov. 7th. 


1704. 


.Ian. 1 tli. 


L720. 


May 17th. 


1731, 


June 6th. 


>) 


July 4th. 


1732. 


April 2nd. 


)) 


May 7th, 


1742. 


Dec. 1st. 


1744. 


Jan. 6th. 


1751. 


Nov. 3rd. 


1752. 


May 10th. 


1754. 


Dec. 30th. 


1758. 


May 19th. 


m 


July 29th. 


1763. 


Aug. 21st. 


>) 


Oct. 23rd. 


1765. 


Aug. 18th. 


1766. 


Dec. 25th. 


1784. 


Feb. 2nd. 


1785. 


Dec. 21st. 



70 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

AY'" Marshall, S. of Tho fi . 
Mary Marshall, 1>. of Ja*. 
Rob 1 Marshall, S. .J Math". 
\V" Marshall, S. of Rob*. 
1'aul Marshall, S. of Math". 
Ann Marshall, D. of Henry. 
Kebeccah Marshall, D. of Math". 
Mary Marshall, 1). of W m , Fisherman. 
Will" 1 Marshall, S, of W m , Fisherman. 
John Marshall, S. of Math w , Sailor. 
Josp h Marshall, S. of W m , Shoemaker. 
Rob*. Marshall, S. of Math", Carpenter. 
Mary Marshall, D te of Math", burn 20 th Ap 1 last. 
Math"' Marshall, S. of Math", Sailor. 
John Marshal], S. of Bob 1 , Currier. 
Jane Marshall, D* r of the late Math". 
Tho s Marshall, S. of Tho s , Joiner, born 9 th July. 
Dec. 25th. Rob* Marshall, S. of Rob*. Farmer, born 8 th July. 
W m Marshall, S. of Rob*. Born Jan? 28 th . 
Peggy Marshall, D. of Jn" & Lienor, Labourer. 
July 10th. Ann Marshall, D. of Rob* & Jane, Boat IV. 
1791. Nov. 10th. W m Marshall, S. of Rob* & Jane, Carpenter. 



Marriages. 

1658. Jan. 9th. Ja s Marshall, to Abigal Gardner. 

1685. June 22nrl. Tim* 11 ? Marshall, to Elez* h Dode. 

1689 Nov. 25th. Rob* Marshall, to Marg* Whitwell. 

1692. June 12th. Ann Marshall, Pickering, to Geo. LongstafF. 

1698. Nov. 17th. Ja s Marshall, to Mary Tiplady. 

1700. Oct. 3rd. Ralph Marshall, to Ann Boles. 

1730. Nov. 2nd. Rob* Marshall, to Hannah Fotherlav. 

1735. Nov. 13th. W m Marshall, to Ann Calvert. 

1739. Sept. 23rd. W ra Marshall, to Elez* h Thorp. 

„ Nov. 6th. W m Marshall, to Dinah Coathani. 

1743. July 10th. Biggan Marshall, to Jn° Harwood. 

1756. Aug. 25th. W m Marshall, to Jane Robinson, Widow. 

1757. Jan. 10th. Ann Marshall, to Henry Allaley, Sailor. 

„ Dec. 3rd. Math w Marshall, to Alice Sleightholme, Widow. 

1762. May 12th. Rob* Marshall, to Sarah Dobson. 

,, Nov. 28th. Henr* ta Marshall, to Ja s Lane, Husbandman. 

1763. Mar. 27th. Ann Marshall, to Benj n Stephenson, Barber. 

1764. Dec. 1st. Jane Marshall to W m Croft. 
1769. Aug. 8th. Sarah Marshall, to W m Kingston. 
1774. Feb. 19th. Rob* Marshall, Lab 1 ', to Sarah Bennison. 

„ Dec. 31st. John Marshall, Sailor, to Susannah Richardson. 

1776. Oct. 24th. Eliz* h Marshall, to Benj u Cook. 

1 779. Feb. 6th. Deborah Marshall, to Jn° Dinsdale. 

,, Feb. 20th. Mary Marshall, to Roderick Sinclair. 

1795. Nov. 7th. Jn" Marshall, Attorney, to Ann Dale. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



71 



1660. 


Nov. 19th. 


1676. 


Mar. 9th. 


1681. 


Mar. 7 th. 


1686. 


Aug. 19th. 


1687. 


Nov. 14th. 


1696. 


May 15th. 


■>■> 


Sept. 3rd. 


)i 


Dec. 9th. 


1704. 


Aug. 30th. 


)5 


Nov. 25th. 


1740. 


Jan. 7th. 


1752. 


Aug. 13th. 


1753. 


Sept. 2nd. 


1757. 


May 3rd. 


1759. 


June 19 th. 


»; 


Sept. 19th. 


1762. 


Feb. 23rd. 


1764. 


Feb. 7th. 


1767. 


Nov. 29th. 


1783. 


Sept. 30th. 


1784. 


Aug. 12th. 




Infant. 


1785. 


Jan. 11th. 


1786. 


Oct. 19th. 




Aged 10 



Burials. 

Marg* Marshall, Wife of Tho s . 

Ann Marshall, Widdow. 

Isabel Marshall, Daughter of Ja s . 

Mary Marshall. 

W m " Marshall, Son of Tim th y. 

Files Marshall, Daughter of Francis. 

The 8 Marshall, Son of Tim thv . 

Francis Marshall, Son of Francis. 

W m Marshall, Son of Tho B . 

Jane Marshall, D tr of Tho s . 

Flez th Marshall. Widow. 

Tim* 11 ? Marshall, Cobbleman. 

Marg* Marshall, Widow. 

Henry Marshall, Sun of Math w , Fisherman, 

Math" Marshall, Sen 1 ', Sailor. 

John Marshall, Flaxdresser. 

Susanna Marshall, Widow. 

John Marshall, Son of Rob*, Currier. 

Ann Marshall, Widow. Aged 70. 

Rob' Marshall, Innkeeper. Aged 49. 

\V m Marshall, Son of Rob* & Jane, Boatbuilder. 

Peggy Marshall, D* 1 ' of John & Honor, Lab 1 '. 
Rob* Marshall, Son of Rob* & Elez* h , Sailor. 

M ths # 



1719. 



Ilor.ME on Spalding moor, co. York. 

Oct. 17th. Mary d tr of Isaac Marshall. Bapt. 

Mary wife of Isaac Marshall. Buried 
Mary d tr of Isaac Marshall. Buried. 
John son of Isaac Marshall. Bapt. 
John son of Isaac Marshall. Buried. 
Frances d tr of Isaac Marshall. Bapt. 
James son of Isaac Marshall. Bapt. 
Thomas Marshall a farmer. Buried. 



) J 


Oct. 17 th. 


1 » 


Dec 1 ' 21st. 


1724. 


April 28th. 


?? 


April 30th. 


1725. 


May 23rd. 


1726-7 


Feb 5 ' 12th. 


1745. 


Aug* 21st. 



Harswell, co. York. 
1731. Bapt. Isaac y e son of Isaac and Frances Marshall, March 

y e 18 th 

1733. Buried. .John y e son of Isaac & Frances Marshall, July y e 31 st . 

1734. Bapt. Rebecca y e Daughter of Isaac & Frances Marshall, 

April y e 21"'.' 
1742. Buried. Frances the Daughter of Isaac and Frances Marshal, 
May y e 28 th . 

1755. Bapt. William the son of Isaac Marshall, May 12 th . 

1756. Bapt. James the son of Isaac Marshall, Jun r , Aug* 22' 1 . 



72 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1763. Buried. Isaac Marshall, Farmer, 8 May. 1 

17G-1. Buried. Frances the. widow of Isaac Marshall, Farmer, Jan- V 9. 
,, Bapt. Thomas son of John Marshall, 29 Jan- V . 

Marriages. 

1702. March 9. Matthew Marshall of this parish and Isabella 
Ireland of this parish — by licence. 

1764. March 15. John Marshal of this parish and Mary Ireland of 

this parish- -by licence. 
1798. Oct 1 ' 29. Ralf Jackson and Isabella Marshall both of the 
parish of Harswell. 

Gamston, co. Xotts. 

1617. James Martiall the sonn of James was baptised the xii tU of 

October. 
1620. Denzill Marshall the sonne of James Marshall was baptised 

October the XXI th . 
1624. Francis Marshall sonne of -lames Marshall, baptised y*' 29 th 

of June. 
1721. Mary y e daughter of Francis Marshall and Mary his wife was 

baptized Oct. y e 15 th . 

Egton, near Whitby, co. York. 

1628. Maria filia Roberti Marshall bap. 27 die Jan. 

1629. Elizabeth filia Marshall bap. 22 die J 

1629 fili Radulphi Marshall bap. 6 die Januarii. - 

1630. Elizabeth filia Johu Marshall bap. 6 die Septembris. 
1634. Thomas filius Radulphi Marshall bap. 14 die Septemb r . 

1636. Lurvvis (?) filia Georgii Marshall bap. 20 die Octobris. 

1637. Tho. filius John Marshall bap. 8 die Jauuarij. 
1624. Margaret Marshall sepult. 15 dieAprilis. 
1627- Petrus Marshall sepult. 5 die Jan. 

1629. Anne Marshall sepult. 9 die Augusti. 

1630. Rob* Marshall sepn. 8 die Jan. 

1634. Thomas filius Radulphi Marshall sep. 12 die Feb. 

1635. Elizabeth Marshall vid. sepul. 6 die July. 

1635. Robert Marshall maritus sepul. 5 die februa. 

1636. Will 111 Marshall senex sepul. 3 die July. 
1642. Jane Marshall Vidua sepulta est 

1771. Nov. 16. Mary Marshall Widow aged 100 buried. 

Ramp-ton, Co. Notts. 
Baptisms. 

1566. George, son of William Marshall. Dee. 9. 

1595. Johu, son of Christopher Marshall, Jan. 13. 

1596. Elizabeth, dau v of Christopher Marshall, Nov. 14. 

1 Will dated 24 Feb., 1763, proved in Exchequer Court at York 23 May fallow- 
ing (vol. 107, fo. 359), in which he is described as — Isaac Marshall at Harswell, in 
the East Riding of the Co. of York. Testator mentions his sons, James Marshall. 
Isaac Marshall, and Mathew Marshall, — Kebeckah Corner the wife of Robert 
Corner my daughter, — Appoints his wife Frances Marshall and son John Marshall 
ex'x and ex'or and residuary legatees. Witnesses, John Calverly, and John Wisker. 

2 See as to charities at Egton by Ralph and Paul Marshall, Lawtou's 'Rerum, 
p. 481. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 73 

1599. Francis and William, sons of Christopher Marshall, Nov. 18. 

1602. William, son of Robert Marshall, May 13th. 

1603. Hellen, dau 1 '. of Christopher Marshall, March 24. 

1604. John, son of William Marshall, Sept. 12. 

1605. Margaret, dau r . of William Marshall, Feb. 9th. 
1609. Robert, son of Christopher Marshall. June 6th. 
1609. Elizabeth, dan'', of William Marshall, Jan. 11th. 
1609. Anne, dan 1 ', of Robert Marshall, Feb. 6th. 

1611. Gertrude, dau'. of William Marshall, Dec. 8th. 

1612. Robert, son of Robert Marshall, Oct. 20th. 
1615. Catherine, dau 1 '. of Robert Marshall, Dec. 3rd. 
1620. Robert, son of John Marshall, Aug. 9. 

1622. Gervas, son of John Marshall, Dec. 10th. 

1625. Henry, son of John Marshall, July 22nd. 

1630. John, son of John Marshall, April 23rd. 

1631. William, son of John Marshall, Nov. 5. 

1631. John, son of John Marshall, yeoman, Dec. 25th. 

1632. Barbara, dau 1 '. of John Marshall, Sept. 23. 

1633. Edward, son of John Marshall, by Elizabeth his wife, March 

1634. William, son of John Marshall, by Frances his wife, July 11th. 
1636. Elizabeth, dau 1 '. of John and Alice Marshall, Aug. 24th. 
1636. Anne, dau r . of John and Frances Marshall, Sept. 22nd. 
1639. John, son of John and Alice Marshall, March 31st. 

1639. William, son of John and Frances Marshall, Sept. 1st. 

1642. Mary, dau 1 '. of John and Frances Marshall, Aug. 28th. 

1656. Robert, son of John the younger and Margaret Marshall, July 3rd. 

1657. Mary, dau 1 '. of John and Margaret Marshall, Nov. 23rd. 
1659. John, son of John and Margaret Marshall, Oct. 3rd. 
1663. William, son of William and Jane Marshall, Feb. 8th. 
1666. John, son of William and Jane Marshall, June 19th. 
1668. George, son of William and Jane Marshall, Aug. 8th. 
1673. Gervas, son of William and Elizabeth Marshall, Aug. 7th. 
1673. John and William, twins of John and Mary Marshall, Oct. 2nd. 

1676. Elizabeth, dau'. of William and Elizabeth Marshall, March 4th. 

1677. Isabell, dau 1 '. of John and Mary Marshall, May 13th. 

1690. William, son of Edward and Mary Marshall, Mar. 22nd. 

1691. William, son of William and Margaret Marshall, Jan. 1st. 
1693. Edward, son of Edward and Mary Marshall, April 22nd. 
1695. Thomas, son of Edward and Mary Marshall. Sept. 14th. 
1698. Mary, dau 1 '. of Edward and Mary Marshall, April 11th. 

1 700. Elizabeth, dau 1 '. of Edward and Mary Marshall, Sept. 3rd. 

1703. Mary, dau'. of Edward and Mary Marshall, March 31st, 

1705. John, son of Edward and Mary Marshall, Aug. 5th. 

1709. Elizabeth, dau 1 '. of John and Sarah Marshall, Aug. 22nd. 

1712. Paul, son of John and Sarah Marshall, May 8th. 

1734. George, son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, Aug. 18th. 

1735. William, son of John and Grace Marshall, Sept. 11th. 

1736. Elizabeth, dau 1 '. of Thomas and Mary Marshall, July 14th. 

1737. Margaret, dau 1 '. of John and Grace Marshall, June 22nd. 

1738. Margaret, dau r . of John and Grace Marshall, Sept. 11th. 
1740. Thomas, son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, Oct. 19th. 
1742. Elizabeth, dau 1 '. of John and Grace Marshall, March 29th. 
1767. Thomas, son of George and Mary Marshall, Aug. 14th. 
1777. George, son of George and Mary Marshall, March 29th. 

Man'iages. 

1570. John Marshall and Elizabeth Gully, Feb. 2nd. 

1571. Oliver Cottam and Sarah Marshall, Nov. 20th. 
1575. Henry Hurdgon and Joan Marshall, Jan. 27th. 
1581. Richard Milner and Elizabeth Marshall, Jan. 23rd. 
15S9. Robert Marshall and Helen Salmon, Sept. 30. 

1590. Christopher Marshall and Catherine Justice, Sept. 28. 

1603. William Marshall and Sicily Robinson, Nov. 27. 

1629. William Dickinson and Margaret Marshall, May 30. 

M 



74 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1633. William Peart and Elizabeth Marshall, July 15th. 

1639. Robert Walker and Catherine Marshall, July 30. 

16 15. John Rogers and Gertrude Marshall, June 19. 

1 649. Edward Gulley and Elizabeth Marshall, May 2nd. 

1655. John Marshall and Margaret Ashton. 

1688. William Sleeford and Alice Marshall, June 12. 

1690. Edward Marshall and Mary Hall, May 1st. 

1692. Richard Salmon and Mary Marshall, April 19. 

1698. Nicolas Hibberd and Gertrude Marshall, Jan. 27. 

1732. John Key worth and Elizabeth Marshall, July 16. 

1 766. George Marshall and Mary Butler, Nov. 25. 

Bin-ials. 

1568. Nicholas, son of William Marshall, Feb. 6th. 

1578. Hellen Marshall, Feb. 8. 

1587. Originall son of William Marshall, Oct. 13th. 

1588. Hellen, wife of William Marshall, June 8th. 
1600. Francis, son of Alexander Marshall, Oct. 6. 
1602. William, son of Robert Marshall, May 19th. 
1606. William Marshall, Husbandman, April 13th. 1 
1609. William Marshall, Cottager, June 7th. 1 

1617. Catherine, wife of Christopher Marshall, Sept. 20th. 

1626. William, son of Christopher Marshall, Dec. 9th. 

1630. William Marshall, Aug. 29th. 

1630. Robert, son of Christopher Marshall, Sept. 28th. 

1632. Mary, wife of John Marshall, April 2nd. 

1632. Christopher Marshall, July 4th. 

1635. Robert Marshall, Householder, June 19th. 

1635. William, son of John Marshall, Nov. 1st. 

1645. William, son of John Marshall, Aug. 12th. 

1648. Barbara, daughter of John Marshall, Dec. 5th. 

1651. ( w ife of John Marshall, Oct. 11th. 

1654. Sicila Marshall, Widow, Sept. 19th. 

1657. Mary, daughter of John and Margaret Marshall, Nov. 28th. 

1 659. John Marshall, buried, May 4th. 

1661. John Marshall, June 5th. 

1661. John, son of John Marshall, June 10th. 

1661. John Marshall, Senr., Feb. 9th. 1 

1662. Jane Marshall, Feb. 26th. 

1673. John, son of John and Mary Marshall, Feb. 23rd. 

1674. William, son of John and Mary Marshall, Oct. 28th. 

1676. William Marshall, Feb. 8th. 

1677. Elizabeth Marshall, Widow, March 16th. 

1678. Isabell, dau 1 ' of John and Mary Marshall, Feb. 2nd. 
1688. Mary, wife of John Marshall, March 18th. 

1692. William Marshall, son of William and Margaret, Jan. 29th. 

1696. John Marshall, Jan. 27th. 1 

1701. Elizabeth, dau r of Edward and Mary Marshall, Sept. 14th. 

1703. Margaret, wife of William Marshall, Aug. 16th. 

1704. Edward Marshall, March 3rd. 

1705. William Marshall, Aug. 28th. 1 

1706. John, son of Edward Marshall, by Mary his wife, Sept. 26th. 

1726. Sarah, wife of John Marshall, Jan. 20th. 

1727. John Marshall, Senr., Nov. 1 
1730. George Marshall, May 18th. 

1737. Margaret, Infant dau r of John and Grace Marshall, June 25. 

1738. Elizabeth, dau r of Thomas and Mary Marshall, July 5th. 
1760. Mary, wife of Thomas Marshall. March 24th. 

1768. The mas Marshall, Aug. 11th. 

1817. George Marshall, June 3rd, aged 85. 

1S28. Mary Marshall, April 17th, aged 85. 

1849. George Marshall, June 29, aged 72. 

1 See Wills of these persons, Vol. I, p. 141. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 75 

Tuxford, Co. Notts. 
Bajitisms. 

Ellinor, y e daughter of Thomas and Barbara Marshall, 18 Dec, 1623. 
Elizabeth, y e daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Marshall, 1 Jan., 1628. 
George, y° sonn of George and Elizabeth Marshall, 20 August, 1629. 
Thomas, the son of George and Elizabeth Marshall, 21 Dec, 1631. 
Katherine, the daughter of Thomas and Barbara Marshall, 4 August, 1633. 

, the son of William and Alice Marshall, 13 December, 1634. 

Will'". y e sonn of Abraham Marshall, and Elizabeth his wife, 28 Sept. 1634. 
Will m . the sonn of Thomas Marshall and Barbara his wife, 22 Nov., 1635. 
Elizabeth, the daughter of George Marshall and Elizabeth his wife, 18 December 

1636. 
Elizabeth, the daughter of W m . Marshall and Alice his wife, 28 Oct., 1638. 
Hester, the daughter of Thomas Marshall and Barbara his wife, 27 March, 1638. 
Thomas, the son of George Marshall and Elizabeth his wife, 5 June, 1639. 
Ann (Amy ?), the daughter of George Marshall and Elizabeth his wife, 6 March, 

1641. 
William, the son of William Marshall and Alice his wife, 11 Dec, 1642. 
Ann, daughter of William Marshall and Alice his wife, 23 Feb., 1644. 
Rosamond, daughter of George Marshall and Elizabeth his wife, 4 March, 1645. 
Mary, daughter of James Marshall, 9 July, 1646. 
John, son of William Marshall, 30 July, 1646. 

Thomas, y e Bastard of Thomas Marshall and Ann Freeman, 28 Nov., 1646. 
Harrald, y e son of Thomas Marshall and Jane his wife, 26 Dec, 1651. 
Jane Marshall, Jan. 23, 1654 (?Dec 23, 1653). 
Thomas, son of George Marshall, March (?) 22, 1657. 
Thomas, son of Thomas Marshall and Jane his wife, 27 Sept., 1657. 
Barbara, daughter of Thomas Marshall and Jane his wife, 2 April, 1660. 
Jane, daughter of Thomas Marshall and Jane his wife, 2 May, 1663. 

Marriages.' 1 

John Whitworth and Ann Marshall, 21 May, 1649. 
Thomas Sprigge and Elizabeth Marshall, 2 June, 1653. 
George Marshall, junr., and Mary Hall, 21 November, 1661. 3 
Thomas Marshall and Mary Brownley, 1 6 April, 1667. 
William Marshall and Elizabeth Sowby, 23 April, 1668. 

William Marshall, 4 of Whitwell, and Mary Maior, of Mansfield, 16 June, 1668. 
Thomas Ftitchet and Mary Marshall, 30 December, 1669. 
Thomas Beedam and Jane Marshall, 22 April, 1679. 6 
George Bonnington and Elizabeth Marshall, 25 Nov., 1679.' 
Robert Maples and Elizabeth Marshall, 6 March, 1688. 8 
John Marshall and Anne Robinson, 28 April, 1706. 

Thomas Marshall, of West Drayton, and Elizabeth Cooking, of Tuxford, 11 July, 
1730. 

Burials, from transcripts of Tuxford Register at York. 

1664. Aug. 4. Francis the son of Thomas Marshall. 

1665. May 12. Will'm Marshall, Sen. 
1671-2. March 8. George Marshall. 7 

1672. Aug. 26. Abraham son of Abraham Marshall. 
1672. Nov. 18. George son of George Marshall. 
1686. Oct. 29. Abraham Marshall. 
1686-7. Feb. 10. William Marshall, Senr. 

2 John Rockley, of Ollerton, and Anne Marshall of Tuxford, were married at 
Palethorpe, 20 March, 1710. 

' This marriage is also entered in the transcript of Marnham Register. 

4 Cf. Vol. I., p. 127. 

8 See Mar. Lie, Vol. I., p. 118. 

6 Nov. 22 is date in transcript at York. 

7 Thomas Marshall signs as Churchwarden this year. 



76 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

The following entries from Tuxford Register are not included in those already 

given :— 

Baptisms. 

1627. William, son of Thomas and Barbara Marshall, 13 Nov. 

1630. Abraham, son of Abraham and Elizabeth .Marshall, 19 Sept. 1 

1631. George, son of Thomas and Barbara Marshall, IS .May. 
1641. Thomas, son of William and Alice Marshall, 28 October. 

16f)f>. Barbara, daughter of George and Elizabeth Marshall. 29 April. 

1659, Jane, daughter of George and .lane Marshall, 19 September. 

106*2. Anne, daughter of George and Mary Marshall, 11 Sept. 

1664. George, son of George and Mary Marshall, 11 (? 21) August, 

166.">. Anne, daughter of Abraham Marshall, 21 .June." 

1666. Thomas, son of George and Mary Marshall, 11 August. 

1667. Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham Marshall, 21 May. 

1667. Elizabeth, daughter of George and Mary Marshall, 1 March. 

1667. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 24 March. 

1669. Elizabeth, daughter of William Marshall, 12 May. 

1670. George, son of Thomas Marshall, 12 April. 
167H. Abraham, son of Abraham Marshall, 17 June. 
16/0. George, son of George and Jane Marshall, 8 Sept. 

1671. Thomas, son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 26 June. 

1672. Jane, daughter of Abraham Marshall, 15 Oct. 

1672. William, son of William and Elizabeth Marshall, 4 March. 

1674. Mary, daughter of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 21 May. 

1675. Edward, son of Abraham and Anne Marshall, 6 July. 

1676. George, son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 27 April. 
1676. Anne, daughter of William and Elizabeth Marshall, 3 Jan. 
1680. Thomas, sou of Harrold and Mary Marshall, 12 April. 
1682. Edward, son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 18 April. 
1682. Mary, daughter of Harrold and Mary Marshall, 6 August. 
1634. William, son of Harrold and Mary Marshall, 26 Dec. 
1685. Anne, daughter of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 16 Dec. 

16S6. Elizabeth, 11 daughter of Thomas and Mary Marshall, 13 March. 

1687. Han-old, son of Harrold and Mary Marshall, 7 April. 

1690. Elizabeth, daughter of George Marshall, 17 January. 

1691. George, son of Harrold and Mary Marshall, 28 April. 
1706. John, son of John Mai-shall. 9 February. 

1709. Anne, daughter of John Marshall, 27 April. 

Marriages. 
Harrold Marshall and Mary Wigfall, 18 October, 1679. 
Robert Matthews and Elizabeth Marshall, 22 November, 1688. 
Edward Marshall and Ann Wimpless, 5 September, 1703. 
James Marshall and Anne Ramsdale, 26 October, 1708. * 
Edward Marshall and Judith Roe, 25 September, 1711. 
Francis Taylor and Frances Marshall, 1 December, 1730. 
Thomas Marshall and Mary Leverton, of Wellough, 1 June, 1731. 

West Ham, Co. Essex. (Marriages 1653 — 1S01.J 
1654. Oct. 24. Edward Marshall and Johane Whitland. 
1658. Aug. 1, 8, 15. (Banns.) Francis Marshall and Mary Taylor. 
1700. April 3. Thomas Barker (?) and Eliz. Marshall. 
1741. June 16. Bignall Potter of St. Lawrence Jewry, London, and Rebecca 

Marshall of St. Giles Cripplegate, Loudon. 
177">. May 11. George Easterby, widower, and Sarah Marshall. 
1795. Oct. 29. John Marshall and Elizabeth Frisby. 
1795. November 2. Hugh Hughes, widower, and Anne Marshall. 

1 1662. March 29. Elizabeth the wife of Abraham Marshall, Buried. Transcript 
of Tuxford Register, at York. 

2 1662. Abraham Marshall of Tuxford and Anne Turner of the .-aine towne 
were married by licence 12 Jan'y. Transcript of East Retford Register, al York. 

:! Esther in transcript at York. 
4 See Mar. Lie, Vol. I., p. 118. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 77 

East Ham, Co. Essex. (1695—1803.) 

Marriage. 

1779. June 26. John Marshall and Mary Hawkins. Per Banns. 

Haptisms. 

1701. July 21. John s. of William and Margaret Marshall. 

1704. June 6. William s. of William and Mary Marshall. 

1778. Juue -28. Mary d. of Robert and Mary Marshal. 
1781. June 3. Mary d. of John and Mary Marshal. 

1783. Dec. 21. Rebecca d. of same born 23 Nov. ' 
17S6. March 12. Ann d. of same born 22 Feb. 
1788. Feb. 17. Dinah d. of same born 27 Jan 'y. 
1700. Oct. 31. Susanna d. of same born 8 Oct. 

Burials. 

1703. March 5. John s. of William Marshall. 

1707. Nov. 9. Margaret d. of Will'm and Margaret Marshall. 
1707. Feb'y. 15. Sarah Marshall. 

1720. June 5. William Marshall. 

1726. Dec. 2. Joanna Marshall. \ o v 1 I l"<t 

1727. July 7. Mr. Alexander Marshall. J '^ ee V " L L '> [K l0V ' 
1742. April 4. Margaret Marshall, widow. 

1756. March 21. Thomas Marshall from Joseph Chandlers. 
1769. Oct. 9. Richard Marshall, infant. 

1779. July 18. Robert Marshal. 

1784. Sept. 19. Rebecca Marshall, infant. 
1788. Jan'y. 4. Mary Marshall. 

1788. Jan'y. 17. Ann Marsall {sic), infant. 

Trusthorpe, Co. Lincoln. 

1705. Aug. 28. Robert Marshall, buried. 

17-1. July 21. John son of Marmaduke Marshall and Elizabeth his wile, baptised. 

1721. 'May 6. William son of Marmaduke and Elizabeth Marshall, buried. 
1735. May 20. Elizabeth Marshall from Theddlethorpe, baptised. 

1739. June 9. Marmaduke Marshall, buried. 

Mablethorpe, Co. Lincoln. 

1704. May 2. John Marshall, single man, and Mary Smith, single woman. Married. 
1707. June 26. Marmaduke Marshall, buried. 

1710. Sept. 24. John son of John and Mary Marshall, baptised. 

1711. Aug. 12. John son of John Marshall, buried. 
1711. Sept. 28. Mary wife of John Marshall, buried. 

1715. April 10. John son of John and Susan Marshall, baptised. 

1715. June 8. John son of John and Susan Marshall, buried. 

1716. Dec. 17. William son of John and Susan Marshall, born. 

Society of Friends. No. 370. (At Somerset House.) 

BALBY, TlCKHILL, AND BLYTH. 

Leonard Marshall of Cottingvvorth, co. York, and Ursilea Tomkinson of Everton, 

co. Nott m , married 15 th 5 th month 1688. 
Nicholas Marchall late of Balby, co. York, husbandman, and Elizabeth Sparvold <>f 

Bawtry, married 16 th 11 th month 1728. 
John Marshall of Sutton upon Trent and Sarah Bullivant of Blyth, married 27' 1 ' 

1 st month called March, 1729. 
l'liebe Marshall of Scrooby died 5 th and buried S th of 10 th month 1717, buried at 

Friends burying place at Blyth. 
Nicholas Marshall of Bawtry died 17 th 2 nd month 1751, buried in Friends burying 

place at Blyth 19 th . 



78 



SUBSIDY ROLLS. 



NOTES FROM SUBSIDY ROLLS (PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE). 

Hundred of Scarsdale, co. Derby. Car. II. A 1603. Hearth 



Subsidy ^V 
Tax. 

Barlebrough and WhitweU 



Stanisby and Heath. 
Staveley. 

Subsidy aVf- Hundred of Searsdale, 1672 
Whitwell. 
Killamarsh. 
Stanisby & Heath. 



William Marshall. 
John Marshall. 
(Jeorge Marshall. 
Widd. Marshall. 



1 hearth. 
1 „ 



Staveley cu'membris. 



Will. Marshall 
Mr. Marshall. 
Wm. Earle of 

Devonshire. 
Hen. Pearpoint, 

Esq. 
WiU'm Clay. 
Edward Marshall - . 
Jo. Marshall. 
Wid. Martiall. 



Hearth Money. 21 Car. II. 1 



1 hearth. 
3 



111 



18 



Subsidy Yil. 
Urston. 



Notts. Car. II. 



Whatton" 
Barton in Fabis. 



Rampton. 
Subsidy l£l 15 Car. II. (1663.) 
Notts. Hearth Tax. 
Burton cum Bulcock. 
Gresthorpe cum Normantoii 



Hearth Tax. Fragment of a Roll. 

Thomas Marshall, 
jun. 

Widdow Marshall. 

Mr. Gervas Mar- 
shall. 

Mrs. Marshall, 
widow. 

John Marshall. 

WiU'm Marshall. 



1 hearth. 

2 „ 



Gunthorpa 
Marnham. 

Ossingtou. 



Sutton. 



Thurgarton. 
Weston. 
Newark Town: — 
Apletongate. 
Barmbygate. 
Baldertongate. 
Stodmer street. 

Besthorpe. 



Hundred of Thurgarton and Newark. Co. 
hearth. 
„ not chargeable. 



Richard Marshall. 

Tho. Marshall. 

John Marshall. 

Tho. Marshall. 
Robert Marshall 
Will" 1 Cartwright. 
Esq. 

Cartwright Mar 
shall. 

W m Cartwright,Esq, 

Tho. Marshall. 

Espofer Marshall. 

Gabriel Marshall. 

William Marshall. 

Wilham Marshall. 

Widdow Marshall. 

Thomas Marshall. 

Mr. Thomas Mar- 
shall. 

Huntington Mar- 
shall. 

John Marshall. 

John Marshall. 



not chargeable. 



not chargeable. 



not chargeable. 



Coddington. 
Harby. 

1 This is a very well preserved document. At the end of the list of persons 
charged in Chesterfield parish is this uoto, ''There are 113 p'sons in the p'ish of 
Chesterfield w ch doe receive constant Alines of p'ish & therefore omitted." In 
most other rolls of Hearth money it is usual to mention certain persons as " not 
chargeable." 

2 Gervas Marshall was the Vicar there. William and Thomas Flower were also 
taxed for three hearths each. 



SUBSIDY ROLLS. 



79 



North Collingbam. Gervas Marshall. 1 hearth 

,, John Marshall. 1 „ not chargeable. 

Richard Marshall. 1 „ 
Car. II. Hundred of Thurgarton and Leigh, co. Notts. Hearth 



Thorn ey. 
Subsidy ^i 
Tax. 



Burton cum Bulcoate. 

Cathorpe. 

Calverton. 

Gesthorpe. 

Gunthorpe. 

Marneham. 

Ossington. 



Sutton on Trent. 



Southwell. 

Thurgarton. 

Weston. 



Richard Marshall. 


2 hearths. 


John Marshall 


1 » 


[defaced] Marshall 


• 4 „ 


Tho. Marshall. 


o 


Widow Marshall. 


2 


Robert Marshall. 


1 " 


Cartwright Mar- 




shall. 


2 


William Cart- 




wright. 


12 „ 


Hen. Cartwright. 


1 „ 


Augustine Cart- 




wright. 


2 „ 


William Marshall. 


1 „ 


Skilling Marshall. 


1 ., 


Widow Marshall. 


1 v 


John Marshall. 




Gabrill Marshall. 


1 » 


W m Marshall. 


1 „ 



CALENDAR OF WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS IN 
P.C.C. 1761-1784. 

1761. Cheslvn. 



Francis Marshall. 1 


Leith. 


Adm'on, January. 


Frances 2 „ 


Middlesex. 


,, February. 


William :i „ 


Pts. 


n 


Elizabeth (Marisal. ) 




Will, 28. 


William * „ 


Pts. 


Adm'on, November. 


John „ 


Pts. 


Adm'on with will, 225, 


James „ 




Will, 293. 


Christopher „ 




„ 322. 


John „ 




„ 401. 


John 5 „ 


Essex. 


,, 440. 


William „ 




Adm'on, January. 


William „ 


London. 


Will, 20. 



1762. St. Eloy. 



1 Adm'on of Francis Marshall of Leith, co. Edinburgh, to Christian Marshall his 
relict, 2 January, 1761. 

2 Adm'on of goods of Frances Marshall, (wife of Edward Marshall,) of Hamp- 
ton, co. Middx, left unadministered by Francis Marshall since deceased, to 
Christian Marshall, widow and relict, and administratrix of the goods of Francis 
Marshall deceased, while he lived the son and only child of deceased, Edward 
Marshall the husband having died before he administered. See Vol. I. App., p. 25. 

3 Adm'on of William Marshall, seaman, belonging to his Majesty's ship the 
Happy, to Stephen Robinson attorney for James Marshall his father now residing 
at Newcastle upon Tyne, 6 February, 1761. 

4 Adm'on of William Marshall of his Majesty's Frigate Minerva, bachelor, to 
John Steward Attorney for Alexander Marshall his father now residing at New- 
castle upon Tyne, 21 Nov., 1761. 

5 John Marshall of Finchingfield, co. Essex, Esq 1 '. Dated 18 May, 1756. My 
two neices Aun Marshall and Lucy Marshall daughters of my nephew William 
Marshall of Woodwalton in the co. of Huntingdon. Neices Mary Pellenden and 
Jemima Bellenden, and their brother James Bellenden. Appoints Richard 
Commyns, Esq., ex'or. To be buried by Father and Mother in Finchingfield 
church. Adm'on with will annexed to John Yeldham, Esq., the guardian assigned 
to Ann and Lucy Marshall minors, 13 Dec, 1761. (See ante p. 23.) 



80 



CALENDAR OF WILLS. 





Ann Marshall 


Worcester. 


Adm'ou, May. 




William 


Pts. 


?» j» 




John ,, 


Pts. 


„ June. 




William „ 


Kent. 


„ September 




Daniel „ 


Pts. 


„ October. 




Christopher „ 


Pts. 


„ December. 




Thomas l „ 




Will, 390. 




William- ,, 


Leicester. 


,, „ 




Ann „ 


Kent, 


„ 516. 




Hubert „ 




„ 517. 




James „ 




„ 519. 


1763. CsBBar. 


Edward „ 


Kent. 


„ 25. 




Charles ,, 


Oxford. 


„ 76. 




Hugh 


Middlesex. 


„ 77. 




Solgard „ 


Norwich. 


Adm'on, April. 




George ,, 


Southamp- 








ton. 


Will, 143. 




John „ 


Middlesex. 


., 188. 




Thomas „ 


Pts. 


» 192. 




Robert „ 


Pts. 


„ 243. 




Sarah ,, 


Devon. 


Adm'on, October. 




Jervis 3 „ 


Pts. 


Will, 296. 




Thomas „ 


Middlesex. 


Ad'mon, December. 




Martin 4 „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 440. 




William 


Kent. 


„ 442. 




Elizabeth 








Deborah „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 47S. 




John „ 


Huntingdon 


i. „ 478. 




John „ 


London. 


., 478. 




Robert „ 


Worcester. 


., 521. 




Thomas „ 


Southampton. „ 559. 




Thomas „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 560. 


1 "04. Simpson. 


William ,. 


Middlesex. 


„ 58. 




Gunnel „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 60. 




Charles 5 „ 


Middlesex. 


Adm'on, March. 




Thomas ,. 


London. 


Will, 106. 




Benjamin 6 „ 


Middlesex. 


Adm'on, June. 




Robert „ 


Kent. 


,, July. 




Catherine ,, 


Middlesex. 


Will, 187 (2 nd gr 
1775.) 




Wilson „ 


Pts. 


„ 189. 




John „ 


Warwick. 


„ 232. 




Margaret „ 


London. 


Adm'on, October. 



errant in 



1 Thomas Marshall, chief mate of the sloop Friendship. Dated 1 May, 1753. 
Son William Marshall, wife Hannah Marshall and William Trinder Citizen and 
Joiner of London executors. Codicil dated 28 January, 1755. Richard Wilson, 
Gunsmith executor in place of William Trinder. Proved by relict 8 Sept., 1762. 

E V illiam Marshall of the Borough of Leicester, Gent., Lieutenant in the Militia 
established for the co. of Leicester. Dated 14 July, 1762. Lands at Burrough 
alias Ardburrough, in said county to wife Rachel Marshall in fee, and makes her 
sole executrix. She proved 18 Sept., 1762. 

s Jervis Marshall, marine, belonging to his Majesty's ship America. Dated 26 
Jan. 1760. Friend Mary Morris of Portsmouth universal legatee and executrix. 
She proved 17 June, 1763, as " Mary Graves formerly Morris otherwise Morrison," 

4 Martin Marshall of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Middx., Baker. 
Dated 25 June, 1763. To son William Marshall £300. Residue to daughter 
Winifred Marshall and makes her sole executrix. Proved U Sept., 1763, by 
Winifred Marshall, spinster. 

5 Of Hadley, co. Middlesex, Esq. Adm'on to Ann Marshall bis relict. 22 
March, 1764. 

6 Of the parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch, a seaman belonging to his Majesty s 
lip Vanguard. Adm'on to Martha Marshall his relict. 23 June, 1764. 



ship 



CALENDAR OF WILLS. 





John ,, 


Cornwall. 


Adm'on, October. 




James „ 


Pts. 


Will, 315. 




Sarah ,, 


Worcester. 


„ 317. 




Jeremiah ,, 


Middlesex. 


„ 434. 




Joseph „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 436. 




Christopher ,. 


Surrey. 


„ 436. 


17Go. Rush worth 


. John ,, 


Kent. 


„ 25. 




Peter ,, 


Pts. 


Adm'on, January. 




Elizabeth ., 


Middlesex. 


Will, 65. 




Susanna ,, 


Devon. 


„ 149. 




Amy 


Berks. 


„ 191. 




Mary „ 


York. 


„ 192. 




Mary „ 


Kent. 


„ 267. 




John „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 302. 




Phoebe „ 


Stafford. 


„ 340. 




Nicholas „ 


Worcester 


„ 457. 


1766. TyndalL 


John ,, 


Hereford. 


„ 23. 




Thomas ,, 


Derby. 


Adm'on, January. 




Ann „ 


Hertford. 


Will, 25. 




Edward ,, 


Hertford. 


„ 149. 




Elizabeth „ 


Kent. 


„ 149. 




Elias 


Pts. 


„ 234. 




Andrew ,, 


Pts. 


Adm'on, October. 




Richard ,, 


Norfolk. 


„ December 




Nicholas ,, 


Middlesex. 


Will, 313. 


1767. Legard. 


William ., 


Devon. 


Adm'on, April. 




William l „ 


Gloucester. 


Will, 104. 




John - „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 105. 




James , , 


Pts. 


Adm'on, Juno. 




William „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 186. 




Amy 


formerly White. 








Oxford. 


Adm'on, July. 




John „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 188. 




William „ 


Hertford. 


„ 314. 




William 3 , 


Middlesex. 


„ 348. 




William „ 


London. 


„ 380. 




Elizabeth ,, 


Middlesex. 


,. 382. 




John „ 


London. 


„ 454. 


1768. Seeker. 


Sarah 


Middlesex. 


Adm'on, April. 



1 William Marshall Captain in his Majesty's Regiment of Foot of Invalides. 
Dated at Embden 22 Sept., 1761. Dearly beloved wife Charlotte Marshall, daughter 
of the late Capt 11 Robert Jennings and Cornelia Jennings his wife, universal 
legatee. 

Adm'on with will annexed of William Marshall late of the parish of Westbury, 
co. Gloucester, Capt 11 in the 81 st regiment of Foot to Charlotte Marshall his relict, 
17 March, 1767. 

' l John Marshall of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, Merchant. 
Dated 28 January, 1767. Wife Mary Marshall, sole executrix. To mother Jane 
Marshall annuity of £50. Aunt Elizabeth Hardisty of Knaresborough, co. York 
widow. Aunt M rs Eleanor Young. Son John William Marshall under 25. Sister- 
in-law M rs Francis Hercy. Joseph Harper Reynolds and Lovelace Hercy trustees. 
Proved by relict 24 March, 1767. 

:i William Marshall of Gray's Inn in the parish of S* Andrew Holborn, Esq. 
Dated 10 May, 1755. My two daughters Ann and Lucy Marshall, both under age. 
Whereas 1 have lately sold my estate in Essex unto M r . Thomas Wolfe of Saffron 
Walden who is to raise and pay £2,000 secured by my marriage articles — directs 
all deeds found in his (testator's) possession at his decease to be delivered to said 
Thomas Wolfe. Makes George Hatch linen and woollen draper of New Windsor, 
co. Bucks, and M 1 ' Thomas Wolfe, attorney at law, of Saffron Walden, executors. 
Adm'on with will annexed, the executors having renounced, 23 Sept., 1767, to Ami 
Standly, formerly Marshall, wife of Peter Standi}', Esq., and Lucy Wescomb, 
formerly Marshall, wife of Nicholas Wescomb, Esq., his daughters. See ante p. 23. 

N 



82 



CALENDAR OF WILLS. 



1769. Bogg. 



1770. Jenner. 



1771. Trevor. 



Samuel 


n 


Esq. Southamp- 
ton. 


Will, 208. 


Margaret 


ii 




Middlesex. 


„ 20. 


James 


ii 




Middlesex. 


„ 20. 


Jane 


II 


formerly Cook. 
London. 


Adm'on, December. 


Elizabeth 


II 




London. 


Will, 154. 


Mary 
James 


» 

ii 




Cambridge. 

Middlesex. 


„ 201. 
„ 204. 


Jane 


ii 




Sussex. 


„ 441. 


Beaumont 






Middlesex. 


„ 69. 


Mary Jane 
Bathsheba 


(Mi 

or . 


vrisal) Middlesex. 
Barshabe 


Adm'on, January. 




» 


formerly Staples. 
Middlesex. 


a n Jul y 


William 


JJ 




Surrey. 


Will, 218. 


John 


91 




Loudon. 


„ 264. 


Robert 


3J 




Surrey. 


„ 309. 


John 1 






Southampt' 


jii. „ 347. 


Elizabeth 






London. 


Adm'on, April. 


James Plaxtor 


t 




Will, 338. 


Leonard 


JJ 




York. 


» 119- 


William 2 


ii 




Lincoln. 


„ 171. 


Francis 3 






Middlesex. 


„ 172. 


Hannah Bella 




Middlesex. 


„ 214. 


Thomas 


ii 




Bedford. 


„ 258. 


Edward 


ii 




Pts. 


„ 302. 


John 


» 




Bucks. 


„ 365. 


Henry 
Charles 






Surrey. 
Surrey. 


„ 22. 
„ 22. 


Thomas 






Surrey. 


„ 56. 


Mary 






Middlesex. 


„ 193. 


Hannah 


ii 




Middlesex. 


Adm'on, July. 



1772. Tavern er. 

1773. Stevens. 



1774. Bargrave. 



1 See Vol. i, p. 316. 

1 William Marshall of Theddlethorpe, co. Lincoln, Esq 1 '., dated 28 Dec, 1765. 
Younger sons, William, John, and Charlesdlobert Marshall, and my daughter 
Anna-Maria Marshall. My aunt Ann Abbott. Wife Grace Marshall, sole executrix. 
Eldest son Henry Cracroft Marshall. John Allatt of Theddlethorpe, a witness. 
Proved by relict 3 April, 1773. See Vol. i, p. II. 

3 Francis Marshall of Hampstead in the co. of Middlesex, Esq., dated 6 March, 
1772. To Mary Frith, spinster, my wife's sister, now living with me £20. To 
William Dobson of Twickenham, Esq., £25, and to Rebecca his wife £25. To 
Elizabeth Scrivenor, spinster, now living with me £30. To Nathaniel Clarkson of 
Islington, Gent., £30. To Thomas Shirley of the same place, surgeon, £20. To 
Robert Challaud of the Excise office, London, Gent., £'20. Recites that late Aunt 
Mary Arnold of Hampstead, widow, by her will dated 17 Sept., 1767, left him 
£5,000 in 3 per cents with power of appointment — appoints said sum to wife 
Rosamond Marshall for life, aud then to said Mary Frith, and Ann Marshall and 
Mary Marshall daughters of the Rev cl George Marshall* late of Newnhnm with 
Badby in the co. of Northampton, clerk, deceased, aud to Thomas Hurdman and 
Benjamin Hurdman sons of Thomas Hurdman of Alrewas in the co. of Stafford, 
Esq., equally to be divided amongst them. Mentions, James Russell of Fleet S 1 , 
Hatter and Hozier. John Bragg Russell of the same Hatter and Hozier. Joanna 
wife of ... . Bateman now or late of Bartholemew close, Loudon, Victualler. 
James Andrews son of Thomas Andrews of East Cheap, London, Printer. Mary 
Whitehead of Eltham, co. Kent, spinster. Jonathan Watson of Gloucester 
County, Virginia. Henry Hoare of Fleet S l , London, Banker, son of William 
Hoare late of S l Edmoudsbury, Esq 1 '. Money to poor of S l Mary Islington, and 
Datchett, co. Bucks. Wife aud William Dobson, executors. Both proved 14 
April, 1773. 

* Vicar of Badby. Died 22 May, 1753, aged 27. M.I. Bakers ' Northampton,' 
Vol. i. p. 261. 



CALENDAR OF WILLS. 



83 



1775. Alexander. Susanna 
George 



Warwick. Adm'on, March. 
Northampton. ,, March & April. 







James „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 148. 






Gilbert > „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 195. 


1776. 


Bellas. 


William „ 


London. 


Adm'on. January. 






Bethia „ 


Surrey. 


,, February. 






Philip 


Pts. 


March. 






William 2 „ 


York. 


Will, 85. 






James „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 134. 






John ,, 


Pts. 


Adm'on, June. 






David „ 


Pts. 


Will, 324. 






Elizabeth „ 


Kent. 


„ 395. 






Francis „ Esq. 


Surrey. 


„ 432. 






John ,, 


Stafford. 


., 511. 


1777. 


Collier. 


Ann „ 


Surrey. 


„ 29. 






John „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 30. 






James ,, 


Berks. 


„ 75. 






Peter ,, 


Middlesex. 


228. 






Eleanor „ 


Middlesex. 


" 228. 






Jane „ 


Middlesex. 


„ 276. 






John „ 


Devon. 


„ 475. 


1778. 


Hay. 


Catherine 3 „ 


Kent. 


„ 123. 






Elizabeth „ 


Surrey. 


Adm'on, May. 






Rachell „ 


Middlesex. 


Will, 503. 


1779. 


Warburton. 


David 


Durham. 


Adm'on, April. 






Gregory „ 


Pts. 


Will, 164. 






William „ 


Kent. 


„ 259. 






William 4 „ 


Southampt 


on. „ 315. 






Richard „ 


London. 


„ 385. 






David ,, 


Pts. 


„ 388. 






William ,, 


Southampt 


on. „ 385. 






William „ 


Essex. 


„ 424. 


1780. 


Collins. 


Jane 5 ,, 


Nottingham. Adm'on, May. 






John „ 


Pts. 


„ June. 






Ann 6 ,, 


York. 


July. 






John „ 


Surrey. 


Will, 151. 






Bryan ,, 


Middlesex. 


„ 202. 






Penyston 7 ,, 


London. 


Adm'on, July. 






Robert ,, 


Pts. 


Will, 365. 






William ,, 


Pts. 


Adm'on, December. 



1 Gilbert Marshall of Charlotte S fc in the parish of S t Pancras, co. Middlesex, 
Esq., Dated 1 Nov., 1774. Son-indaw William Greton of Littlebury, co. Essex, 
clerk. Son-indaw Walter Serocold of Cherry Hinton, co. Cambridge, clerk, sole 
executor. He proved 22 May, 1775. 

" William Marshall of Tadcaster, Esq., Master and Commander in the King's 
Navy. Dated 6 Sept., 1775. Mother M rs Elizabeth Marshall of Tadcaster, 
widow, universal legatee and sole executrix. She proved 16 Feb., 1776. See Vol. 
i. p. 271. 

3 Catherine Marshall of the parish of Charing in the co. of Kent, widow. Dated 
10 Dec 1 '., 1774. " All my real estate whatsoever I devise unto my dear son Joshua 
Marshall and his heirs for ever, my son Edmund being already well provided 
for." Appoints son Joshua executor. He proved 19 March, 1778. See Vol. i. 
app. p. 25. 

4 William Marshall belonging to his Majesty's ship the Centaur. Dated 7 Jan., 
1761. Wife Joanna Marshall universal legatee and executrix. She proved 30 
July, 1779. 

4 Adm'on of Jane Marshall of parish of S 4, Mary, Nottingham, to Thomas 
Marshall her husband, 10 May, 1780. 

p Adm'on of Ann Marshall of Norton, co. York, widow, to Elizabeth Wood, wife 
of Adam Wood her daughter, 12 July, 1780. 

7 Adm'on of Tenystone Marshall of St. Andrew Undershaft, London, to Elizabeth 
Clarance wife of Peter Clarance his daughter, 14 July, 1780. 



84 CALENDAR OF WILLS. 

1781. Webster. Matthew „ Pte. Adm'on. January. 

Edith „ Southampton. Will, 203. 

Peter „ London, „ 399. 

Matthew „ Middlesex. „ 487. 

1782. Gostling. Caroline 1 „ Somerset. „ 38. 

Thomas „ Bucks. ., 89. 

John „ Bristol. Adm'on. April. 

Sarah „ Kent. „ ApriL 

Richard ., Pts. „ May. 

Sarah „ Middlesex. Will, 189. 

John „ Esq. Stafford. „ 504. 

1783. Cornwallis. Theodore „ Southampton. ., 33. 

George „ Southampton. Adm'on, Feb. 

Walter „ Pts. Will, February. 

James „ Worcestershire. Will, 87. 

Jacob ,, Southampton. Adm'on, March. 

James „ Middlesex. Will, 141. 

Thomas ,, Pts. Adm'on, April. 

Richard ,, Pts. ,, August. 

John „ St. Albans. ,, October. 

1784. Rockingham. Sarah „ Middlesex. Will, 35. 

James „ Pts. . „ 275. 

James „ Devon. „ 338. 

Robert „ Pts. Adm'on, Sept. 

William - „ Middlesex. Will, 563. 

William „ London. ,, 655. 

Penelope Elton, formerly Marshall. Southampton. Adm'on, 
March. 



NOTES 
FROM THE KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 

Date of Court. 
1332, Oct. 7. [Received] Of William le Marcschall for a tree thrown down 

in Harlaw. 3s. 4c?. 

1341-2, Feb. 13. John Mareschal amerced for not having John de Erington 

to answer concerning a trespass. 
1342, Oct. 9. William Mareschall pit. (trespass). To next Court. 

1342, May 8. Alice Mareschal amerced for cutting green thorn in Folwyth. 

1346-7, Jan'y. 3. William Mareschal of Rossist attached for cutting thorns 

&c. m. Foul[wyth]. 
1350 [before 22 Dec] John Mareshall of Wedurby pit. (covenant). 
1354-5, Jan'y. 8. John Mareshall of Cayton deft, (trespass). 
1349, June 3. Wm. Fox, younger, pit. v. Alice who was wife of Wm. de 

Bekwyth, Wm. Mareschall and others (trespass). 
1349, Dec. 9. Agnes daughter of John Mareschal took 2 messuages 3 nc. 

and 3 r. of land in Rossyst, of which her husband died 

seized, To have &c. Fine 6t«. 

1350-1, March 2. John Mareshall of Wethirby pit. (covenant). 
March 16. Idem nonpros. 

H Plaint entered also Jan. 19 and Feb. 9, 1350-1 ; but 
membranes disarranged. 
1353, June 12. John Mareschal jilt. r. John Dykmausone who came to 

town of Knar : 9 June 27th year (1353) and took away 

1 Sec Vol. i. p. 316. 

2 Of St. Mary le bone, Coachmaker, Wife Ann universal legatee. 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 



85 



Isabel dau. of Wm. de Halton, his hired servant, against 
the King's peace etc. Judgment for Mareschal, and John 
D. amerced. 
1355-6, March 9. William Mareschal of Ryppelay pit. v. Robert Tybsone of 

Brame, concerning a plea of covenant. 
1356, March 30. Idem pit. [and at other Courts]. 

May 11. Wm. Mareschal of Ryppelay pit. and Robert T. agrei\ 

1357-8, Feb. 27. Agnes Mareschal came and took twelth part of an acre of 

land in Roscest, To hold to her and her heirs <0c. Fine id. 

1359, Nov. 23. Order to attach Richard Mareshall, Henry Marshal [and 

[Aldburgh] others] <Cr. to answer for carrying away growing corn taken 

for money due. 
Dec. 13. Defts. appear— say " not guilty." Jury ordered. 

II By interlineation, jury find them " not guilty." 
1360—1361. William Mareschal pays for summer agistment had in 

Haye-park in 35th year. 

1363, July 26. Robert Marsall pit. and Henry Wryght of Lynton agree in 
[Aldburgh] plea of trespass. Said Henry amerced. 

1364, Oct. 9. William Marchall of Harwode amerced. 

1364-5, Jan'y- 22. Matilda (or Maud) Marchale dft. in debt. (J. Nellesone). 

Feb. 12. John Nelson pit. non pros. 

1362. Roger Marschall of Quixlay pays summer agistment in 

Hay-park in 36th year (4s.). 
1367, Sept. 15. Roger Mareschatt of Quixley op. se. v. Wm. Wilmott, 

John Frerr', Robt. de Barneby, John Ferour & John 
Yonge of Thor[n]thwayte in a plea of assise of fresh force. 
He says that they came on Monday 24 July 41st year 
(1367) and unjustly disseised him of his freehold, viz. 
3 mess. & 24 ac. lands w* appurts in Ferryngesbj T , 
Bekwythshagh and Ledhoues post primam etc. And the 
said Wm. & others come & defend etc. and pray for Inq. 
Roger likewise. Hereupon Inq. taken by recognitors 
[named] who say that the said Wm. Wylimot etc. unjustly 
disseised said Roger etc. Damages assessed at 20s. 
Judgment that Roger recover his seisin of said mess, and 
lands with damages. Defendants amerced. 
Oct. 6. John Marchall of Ryplay pit. v. John Dowe, who -owes him 

2s. id. for pledge for beasts taken in the Lord's corn at 
Ryplaye on Monday after Nativity of B.V.M. 41st year 
(13 Sept. 1367). Deft, acknowledges debt. Pit. satisfied, 
and Dowe amerced 3-pence. 
Adam Marchall pays summer agistment of horses in Bilton- 

park in 40th year. 
The Roll of Suitors of the Court has " Will Wylmot." 
Ric. de Merstone and Alice his wife v. Richard del Brotte 
and Agnes his wife in plea of land. They say that Ric. 
and Agnes deforced them of a messuage, and 3| acres 1 rood 
of land in Roset ; for one William Mareschal who held said 
lands in fee according to the custom of the forest died, and 
right descended to Henry, son and heir of William, aud 
next to John brother of Henry, which John died. After 
whose death the right descended to Agnes his (John's) dau. 
and heir who died seized thereof without issue. So come 
said Richard and Alice dau. cf Wm. Mareschall and claim. 
Said Ric. del Brotte and Agnes come and defend. They say 
that Agnes dau. of John Mareschall who last held said lands 
surrendered the same to the use of Agnes, wife of Ric. del. 
Brotte, and so they claim. Ric. de M. and Alice say that 
said Agnes, dau. of John Mareschall. was not of full age when 
she surrendered to the use of Agnes wife of Richard del B. 
And this they are prepared etc. A jury ordered. 
1370, March 27. Found by Inq. that Agnes dau of John son of Wm. Mare- 

schall was not of full age when she surrendered a mess. 
3 i acres 1 rood of land in Rosset to the use of Agnes wife 



1366. 



1369, Oct. 10. 
1369-70, March' 13. 



86 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 



of Richard del Brotte. Therefore Ric. de Merstone and 
Alice his wife recover, and the others are amerced. 
May 29. Ric. del Brotte and Agnes his wife complain of Richard de 

Merstone and Alice his wife in a plea of land, as to a third 
part of : — 2 mess., 3 acres and 3 roods of land and a waste 
builded in Rosset, because John Mareschall formerly hus- 
band of Agnes died seized of said 2 mess. &c, and 3rd part 
thereof as dower fell to Agnes. As to the waste, said 
Agnes fined for that in Court at Knar : Ric. de Merstone 
and Alice say that John Marcschall was never seised of 
said two mess. &c. As to the waste, they say that there is 
no waste except that contained in 1 mess, which said Ric. 
and Alice at Court 13 March 44th year (13G9-70) recovered 
and said Agnes never fined for that etc. Jury ordered. 

1370, June 19. Found by Inq. that John Mareschall was never seised of 2 

mess., 3 ac. 3 r. land in Bekwyth [before Rosset] ; and, as 
to waste, Agnes fined for that, and it is not contained in 
said messuage, but how much waste the Jurors know not. 
Therefore Ric. del Brotte and Agnes recover seisin in said 
waste cum per vicinos extra limitetur. 
July 31. William Marcschall who held 1 mess, in Bekwyth diem 

suum clausit extretuum ; after whose Death comes Alice 
wife of Ric. de Merstone, dau. & next heir of Wm., and 
entered etc. Relief — 4-pence. 

1371, Nov. 11. Robert Mareschall paid for release of suit of Court up to 

Michaelmas next (1372). 

H His name not among the suitors in schedule attached 
to Court 1 Oct. 39 Ed. 3 (1365). 

1372, Oct. ] 3. Roger Mareschall pays 6d. for release of suit up to Michaelmas 

next (1373). 

U In the strip showing " Suitors of said Court.' - 
thus :-- R Mareschall vj d 

Will Wylymot 
the pen struck thro' the name of Wm. Wylymot and 
R. Mareschall written over. 

1373, Oct. 5. Schedule of Suitors of Court has (attached) : — 

" Rog'us Mareschall' mortuus est." 
Same date. "heres Rog'i Mareschall' ij d " amerced for default of Suit. 

1375, Oct. 10. " heres Rog'i Mareschall' " in Roll of Suitors of Court. 

1375, Oct. 10. Wm. Marcschall pit'. 

"heres Rog'i Mareschall ij d " amerced for default of Suit. 
John Mareschall presented in township of Scotton for 
brewing & selling ale contra assisom. 
Oct. 31. Wm. Mareschall non jyros. Amerced 2d. 

" heres Rog'i Mareschall' ij d " amerced for default of Suit. 
Up to 10 Sept. Idem. for same. 

1376, Oct. 29. " heres Rog'i Mareschall xij' 1 " for release of Suit of Court. 
Nov. 12. heres Rog'i Mi.reschall', [amerced, but sum struck out, 

because he fined for release of Suit.] 

1377, Oct. 13. Heir of -Roger Mareschnll amerced (2r/.) for default of suit 

of Court. 

1378, Oct. 5. Heir of Roger Mareschall amerced etc. as before. 

1379, April 13. Matilda (or Maud) MareschnU jilt. v. Robert Been and 

Beatrice his wife (trespass. ) non pros : amerced 2d. 

1379, Oct. 20. " heres Rog' Mareschall " in the Roll of Suitors. 
1379-80, March 14. Heir < if Roi/er Marcschall amerced for default of suit. 

1380 — 1. Robert Mareschall pays 2s. id. \ for Summer agistment in 

Richard Mareschall pays 16d. J Haywra Park. 

1380, July 18. King's writ to the Bailiti's of John dr., Duke of Lancaster, 

of Knaresborough that right should be done to John de 
Newton and Isabel his wife and William Haliday concerning 
3 messuages, 3 bovates and 19 acres of land and six acres 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 87 

of meadow in Feryngesby, Clynt, and Kylinghale, which 
John son of Roger Afarescha.ll of Quyxlay (Whixley) deforced 
etc. Dated atWestminster 6 June, 3rd year (1380). 
By virtue of which writ the bailiff fummoned John son of 
Roger to be at next Court, i.e. in 3 weeks from this date 
(18 July), to answer to the said John, Isabel, and William. 
13S0, Aug. 8. The plaintitts appeared. John summoned 1st time. 

Aug. 29. Ditto. „ 2nd. „ 

Oct. 10. Ditto. „ 3rd. „ 

Oct. 10. John son of Roger Mareschall paid \2d. for release of suit 

of Court. 

Oct. 31. John de Newton and others v. John son of Roger Mareschall 

who comes in person, and eventually gets judgement iu his 
favour. (Et postea consider' est p'd'ci petent' nihil capiant 
per breve suu sed in m'ia). 
,, „ John Brounstede drew blood from servant of William 

Mareschall for w cl1 he was amerced in \2d. 
1381, March 27. King's writ (as before) concerning John son of Roger 
Mareschall dated at Westminster 26 January 4 Ric. 2 
(1380-1). Ric. Brennand, bailiff of the liberty of Knaresbro' 
ordered to summon " Joh'em fil. Rog i Mareschall de Qwix- 
lay " to be at the next Court, etc. 
1381, April 17. John s. of Roger M. summoned first time. 

May 8. „ second. 

May 29. „ third. 

June 19. Plea agaiu entered. 

July 10, 

July 31. Mareschall not coming, Bailiff to seize lands &c. and De- 

mandants to be at next Court. 

Sept. 11. The Demandants' case is : — 

William son of Wm. Wylymot was seized of the said lands 
and ten'ts in fee temp. Edw. 3, and died without issue ; and 
the right ascended to Emmota wife of Robert Ingleys, and 
to Eleauor her sister, as aunts and heirs of said VVm., and 
sisters of his father. From Emmota the right descended 
to Isabel, who now demands with John Newton her 
husband, as daughter and heir of Emmota. From Eleanor 
th.^ right descended to William Halyday, her son and heir. 
And they say that the said John son of Roger entered into 
the said lands &c. by Roger Mareschall of Qwixlay, who 
disseised the said Wm. (son of Wm.) Wylimot whose heir 
the said Isabel and Wm. Halyday are. 

John son of Roger M. says that the descent from the 
said Emmota is to Isabel alone anc 1 not jointly with John 
Newton her husband. 

Court adjourned to 3 weeks after, at which day the 
tenant comes in person and says that Roger Mareschall his 
father took an assise of fresh force against Wm. son of Wm. 
Wilimot, John Frere, and others, by which assise it was 
found that they disseised the said Roger Mareschall, and 
this is of record. The demandants deny the existence of 
any such record. A day is given to show record in 3 weeks. 
Then the tenant says that demandants ought not to have 
their action because in 41 Edw. 3. Roger de Wixlay father 
of the said John (Mareschall) whose heir he is ariaigned in 
an assise of fresh force in the Court of Knar : against Wm. 
Willymot ^ancestor of the demandants) of the said tene- 
ments by the name of tenements in Ledehous and elsewhere, 
which places are hamlets and parcels of towns now put in 
the writ 1 . The said ten'ts were put in view and process 

1 Four original writs are sewn in the Roll under examination ; of which there 
are two which concern Mareschall, dated 6 June, 3 Ric. 2, and 26 January, 4 Ric. 2. 



88 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 



continued until Royer recovered the same. The said John 
prays judgment if action ought to be had against said 
Recovery by Royer his father. 

1381, Nov. 13. 1 Judgment postponed. 

Dec. 4. John de Newton & others v. John son of Roger Mareschall. 

The latter made default. Therefore, judgment given that 
demandants recover seisin of the lands and ten'ts on ace 1 of 
default of the tenant, and that the tenant be amerced 
3s. id. 
1381-2, Feb. 26. Joh' &Y Jloy'i Mareschall paid 6d. for release of suit of Court. 

1382, July 2. Alice, dau. of Robert Mareschall of Quixlay, pit', v. Wm. 

Turpyn (debt). 

1385, July 19. Adam Mareschall pit', (debt). 

1385-6, March /. John Mareschall amerced 6c/. for cutting "husse't 'dni " in 
Fouhvyth. 

1386, May 28. Maud (Matilda) Mareschall' " ponit se in gracia domini " for 

one dog contrary to the assise. 
1386-7, Feb. 6. Adam Marschall pit', (covenant) v. Robert Orme. Non pros. 

Amerced therefore. 
1386 — 7. Adam Marschall pays pannage for 8 hogs id. in Knar : and 

Scriven for 10th year. 
1386-7, March 20. Adam Marscludl deft, (debt) ; Robt. Orme pit'. 

1387. Oct. 16. Adam Marschall on jury. 

1388. April 1. John Marscliall to answer for cutting wood in Bilton Park. 

He and his wife carried away etc. Amerced 6rf. 

1390, Nov. 15. Adam Marschall paid 7 Id. for pannage in Knar : and Serevyn. 

1391, Oct. 6. Thomas Marschall of Massam pit. v. John Malkynson "in 
[aldbuhgh.] placito plegii." Half a mark to have been paid 7 years ago — 

not paid — damage 2s. 

1392, Nov. 6. Adam Marshall a juror concerning Mill of Killinghale 'and 

other mills. 
1392-3, Jan'y 29. Adam Marschall pit. (debt) v. Richard Warde of Scotton. 

1393, April 23. Adam Marshall amerced Id. for a sow rooting up soil in 

Hay-park. 
1392-3. Adam Marshall pays pannage in Knar, and Serevyn. 

1391-2. Adam Marschall pay pannage in Knar : 

Maud (Matilda) Marschall ditto. 
1391, Oct. 4. Thomas Marschall of Massam pit' v. John Turpyn (debt). 

Idem pit v. Wm. Turpyn (debt). 

1391-2, Jan'y. Adam Marshall surrendered 3 roods of land in Garker, to the 

use of John son Richard son of Wm. Brennand. John 
entered. 
Feb. 27. Adam Marshall 2 nd on list of jurors, as to Mill of Knaresbro'. 

13P2, July 3. Adam Marshall pit. r. John Doweson. 

Oct. 19. John Marshall of Norton pit. in plea of covenant. 

[Aldburgh.] Settled and def 1 amerced. 

1393-4, March 18. * John de Burton, vicar of Knar : owes Adam Marshall. 

1394, May 6. Adam Marshall recovers 4s. agaiust said Vicar. 

May 27. Adam Marshall amerced 2d. " q"s nonh' Joh'em VVayte " etc. 

1394, Sept. 9. Adam Marshall id. with others of jury for not coming in plea 

of land. Wm. son of Robert de Nesfelde pit. and Percival 
de Pensax and Ric. de Brereton def ts . 

Adam Marshall pays pannage in Knar, and Scryveyn. 

N.JJ. The Roll put up in wrong ordej, and certain Courts 

of earlier date come in here. 

1393, Dec. 30. Adam Marshall op. se v. John, vicar of Knar, who unjustly 

detains 4s. due for a " materas " sold by said Adam. The 

money should have been paid a year ago — damage set at 

\2d. Vicar denies etc. 



1 See under— 1393, Dec. 30. 



KNARES BOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 89 

1393-4, Feb. 9. Vicar of Knar : defends v. Ad. Marshall (debt above). 

If The sum recovered — see last page — 6 May, 1394. 
1395, April 7. Adam Marshall with others fined — each 2</.~ because the 

jurors did not come to Inq. between the Vicar and John 

del Hill. 
May 31. Adam Marshall again (with others) fined for not coming to 

another Inq. — Forsett & Redeshagh. 
1394-5. Adam Marshall pays pannage in Scriveu. 

1395, October G. Adam Marshall surrendered a cottage in Knar: To the use 

of John Walker of Wethirby, who was duly admitted. 

Fine 18d 
139G, August 2. Adam Marshall pit. (trespass) v. Adam Hunt. 

Sept. 13. Ad. Hunt distr. to answer to Ad. Marshall (debt). 

1395-6. Adam Marshall pays pannage in Scriven. 

1396-7, Feb. 7. Adam Marsc[h]all fined '2d (summoned on jury). 

1398, June 26. Adam Marshall surrendered 1 acre, 3 roods of demesne land 

on Boterhill, to the use of "Win. Smith <lr. Fine 2s. 

1399, July 9. Adam Marshal/ presented for cutting " husset ' " without 

licence in Foulwith. 

1399, Sept. 10. Idem presented for similar forest trespass. 

1400, Nov. 6. Robert Marschall complains of Geoffrey Marschall (MVhall) in 
[Aldburgh] a plea of debt, and demands 13s. detained for six years 

past, to his damage 40-pence. And the deft, denies etc. 
Nov. 29. Geoffrey Marchall fails, and Robert Mdrchall (M'uhall) gets 

judgment. 
1406, Dec. 8. Alice Marshall obstructed watercourse in divers places, 

viz. near her house and near her garden in Frogmire. She 
is therefore amerced. 
1406-7, Feb. 10. William Marchall v. John de Burton, vicar of the church of 

Knaresburgh in plea of debt. 
1415, May 8. William Marshall (M'shall) pit. (debt). 

Oct. 2. Robert de Pensax distrained to answer to William Marshall 

of Harwode (plea of trespass). To next court. 
1418, Oct. 5. William Marshall of Clint surrendered one mesuage and half 

an acre of land in Clint to the use of Robert de Wallerth- 
wait of Ripon. Fine 12c?. 
1422, April 1. Adam Brenand carpenter came into Court and took of the 

Lord two wastes in Knaresburghe formerly of Adam 
Marschall as next heir of the said Adam, To have and to 
hold the said wastes to him and his heirs according to the 
custom of the Manor. And he gives to the Lord for fine 
6-pence etc. 

[By next entryj The same Adam B. on the same day 
surrendered the said two wastes to the use of John 
Isacson. 
1425, June 30. Robert Marrhall pit. v. Ric. Kirkby (debt). Aldburgh. 

July 25. Robert Marrhall " de B " (Boro'bridge) pit. (debt). 

Richard' Marchall of Roundhaw will not pay wages of the 
Forester. 
1427, Nov. 20. William Marchall pit, (debt), [of Wodhall, as appears by 

next.] 
Dec. 10. William Man-hall of Wodhall pit. Case settled. 

1432, Oct. 22. Thomas Marchall and Richard Marchall surrendered a 

messuage with half an acre of land in Kelyngall to use 
of John Bekwyth [of Kelyngall] etc. Fine 6cZ. 

1433, Dec. 16. William Marchall of Spofford surr d by the hands of Geoffrey 

Smyth, chaplain, Kathcrine wife of the said William, 
Win. Bogas and John Cragge, 2 acres of demesne lands in 
Feryngesby to the use of Robert Harton, Minister of the 
House of St. Robert (near Knar:), & John Blake. Hereupon 
etc. Fine \Sd. 
143 3-7, Jan'y 2. Richard Marsshall, servant of Robert Brenand amerced for 
not prosecuting his plea of trespass v. John Stele. 



00 KtfARESBOROtTGH COURT ROLLS. 

1110, Oct. 12. William Marshall fined \2d. for assault on Win. Webster. 

John Steele fined I2d. for assaulting Wm. Marshall. 
1112, May 2". Richard Man-hull on jury in [nq, (right of John Cokill in 

Ten terg.it e). 
Oct 10. William Man-hall laborer drew blood from Tlio'm Wilkin- 

son, and ran away. 
Also the same Win. Man-hall at Krkynden by night lay in 
wait about the house of Ric. Skalwra to beat said Richai>d 

dr. 

1 I 17, May 3. John Marchall amerced 2d. trespass wood (Fulwith). 
1452, Aug. 3. John Man-hull 6<£ cutting down oaks (Fulwith). 
[453, July 25. John Marshall (in Fulwj'th) id. cutting greenwood. 

1460, April 16. John MarschU attached for cutting down wood in Foulwith). 

1461, May 27. John MarschaU, 2d. for cutting wood (in Harlowe and 

Fulwith). 
Sept. HO. John Man-hall of Plompton cut down wood. Fined 6-pence." 

1463, Sept. 7. John Man-hall fined 4d. for cutting and carrying away wood 

in Fulwith 
Sept. 00. John MarschaU (M'scball) id. cul greenwood in "Ocden'." 

1466, March 29. .John Marshall amerced 2d. for uot coming. 

Oct. 1. John MarschaU on jury for borough of Boro'bridge. 

1 166-7, Feb. 7. J John MarschaU amerced with another juror re Robt. 
1 j Williamson. 

1467, April 11. Idem same matter. 

July 25. ^ Jury found verdict re Robert Williamson. 

14G8, Sept. 30. John MarschaU took and carried away wood out of the King's 

forest (under " Fulwith & Harlow "). 
„ „ William MarschaU ditto ("Ocden'"). 

1460, Oct. 2. William MarschaU, 2d. for cutting down wood. ("Okden* "). 

1474, April 25. JiJm Marchall and Richard M'schall cut wood and carried 

away in the Forest. 
Oct. 17. John MarschaU, 4d. ; William MarschaU, 2d. cutting wood, 

(under " Fulwith "). 
1475-6, March 6. John MarschaU, Sd. ; William MarschaU, 8d. cutting boughs 
of oaks, thorns, &c. in Fulwith. 
„ „ John MarschaU, 6d ; William MarschaU, id. cutting green- 

wood in Fulwith and Harlow. 
1494, Sept. 10. Richard Marshall (under Swyndon') fined 2d. 

1508, Oct. 5. Thomas Marshall, juror for the borough of Knaresburgh, and 

in 1509, 10, 11. 

1514, Aug. 9. Joan (Johanna) Marshal! non pros. — amerced. 
Dec. 20. William Marshall, juror for Kn : 

1515, Oct. 18. Thomas Marshall, juror Knar : and in 1516, and subsequent 

years. 
William Marshall late of Connyshethorpe, laborer, assaulted 

Ric. Thorpe — fined. 
1518, Oct. 2. William Marshall juror Kn : 

1527, Sept. 20. William Marshall, chosen Constable of Scotton township for 

year to come. 
1532, Oct. 12. Wm. Marshall of Mylby amerced for licence of concord (tree 

pass at Boro'bridge in the King's Court of ALDBORQH. 
1539-40, Jan. 21. Wm. Marshall juror of Boro'bridge in plea of debt. 
1540, May 14. Idem ditto „ trespass. 

15415, Aug. 25. William Marshall, a juror (Knar :) — plea of tres; ass. 

1537,'-' April 5. Thomas Marshall and others "asportaver' husset' ib'm [i.e. 

in parco de Haye] sine liceuc*. (fined 2d.) 

1550, Oct. 6. * Robert Marshall, juror for Liberty of Aldburgh, in Sheriff's 

Turn of Aldburgh (Aldeburghte), holden at Boro'bridge 
6 Oct. 4 Edw. 6 (1550). 

1551 , April I. :i Richard Marshall, juror for borough of Boro'bridge (Sheriff's 

Turn). 

"* These entries are on the ALDBURGH Roll. 

2 Date correct, though out of order. 

3 Robert and Richard appear frequently as jurors in subsequent years. 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 91 

1556, March 28. Robert Marshall of Mylby, .left., plea of debt. 

Robert Marshall of Burghbrygge pit. in like plea. To next 
( lourt. 
April 25. Robt. M. agreed with pit. Robert M. pit. nonpros. 

1558, Dee. 3. Robert Marshall of Mylbye summoned to answer Richard 

Thornton of Boro'bridge in plea of debt — does not come. 
Therefore, "in exitus." 

^f At next Court s' 1 Robt. came & acknowledged debt 
(40s.) Judgment for amount and costs. Also fined. 
1506, Nov. f». Robert Marshall acknowledged debt to Agnes Warde, widow. 

1567, April 12. Robert Marshall of Milbye non pros. v. John Clerke of 

Kirkebye super montem. 
1567-S, March 6. Robert Marshall pays for licence of concord with Anne Warde 

widow. 
15S6, Dec. 21. Thomas Marshall pit. in plea of debts 20s. (Kn'aresbro') 

1587, Oct. 23. milium, Marshall, juror for boro'bridge. 

1588, Sept. 8. Thomas Marshall, pit. in detinue (Boro'bridge and Aldburgh). 
Oct. 4. William Marshall, juror Borobridge, and in subsequent years. 

1589-90, Jan'y 17. William Marshall pit. (in trespass). 

1602, Sept. 8. Anthony Sinithe surrendered 2 acres of land and meadow 

with buildings thereon and appurtenances in Hanipseth- 
wayte and Rowden within the township of Clint, now in 
the occupation of Robert Marshall to the use of said 
Robt. M : for 8 years from Ladyday next (25 March, 1603) 
at yearly rent of 13s. i<l. 

1612, Oct. 13. John Pulleyn of Fuiston surr fl two closes called Peter Banke 

and Millie Holme (2 ae. of land and mead.) at Fuiston within 
the township of Timble (now in the ten or occup n of 
Francis Jeffrey) to use of Thomas Marshall of Moorealler- 
ton, his heirs and assigns for ever, according to custom of 
the forest etc. 

1613, April 28. Wm. Marshall pit. (with 2 others) in a plea of debt. 

1614, May 18. Aynes Marshall amerced for not prosecuting plaint c. Wm. 

Watson (del it). 
1617, April 23. Thomas Marshall, who held two closes called ' Teter Banke ' 

and ' Milneholme ' (two acres of land and meadow (formerly 
in the tenure of Franois Jeffrey) at Fuiston in the township 
of Timble diem sumn cfausit extremum ; after whose death 
came William Marshall as son and next heir of the said 
Thomas, and took said closes etc. 
„ William Marshall gen. and John Bradley surrendered two 

closes etc. [as above] at Fuiston etc. now in the occupation 
of Francis Taskard and Thomas Forest to the use of Robert 
Michell, his heirs and assigns for ever etc. 

1623, Sept. 24. Robert Sayner of Bramham and late of the parish of Hamps- 

thwait surrendered 3 roods of land, meadow and pasture 
called ' Akers ' in the hamlet of Fellescliffe in the township 
of Clint (now in his own tenure) to the use of Elizabeth 
Marshall, her heirs and assigns for ever etc. 

1624, May 19. Robert Seyner surrendered half of six roods of land called 

' Ackers ' in the hamlet of Felisclife within the township of 
Clint (now in his own tenure or occupation) to the use of 
Elizabeth Marshall her heirs and assigns for ever. 

1625, July 9 William. Marshall lying in extremis surrendered one acre of 
Aldburgh. arable land lying in the field of Aldburgh called Sowersyke- 

feilde upon a furlong called Langcells with appur'ts to the 
use of William Scroton son of John S. his heirs and assigns 
for eve: - . 

1633, Oct, 17. Roger Marshall elected Constable of " Bilton et Harrogait " 

in the Great Court holden on Thursday 17 October, 9 
Charles I. 

1634, Oct. 22. Robert Marshall. Margaret Waid, widow and ex's of the 

las^Will of John Waid owes Robert Marshall £44 on 



92 KNARESBOEOtTGH COURT ROLLS. 

a bund not paid by either said John or widow. Therefore 
he (Robert) recovers debt and damages and cos4 -. 

1638-0, Jan'y 23. John Marsha!/ pit. in plea of debt v. John Umplebie. 

1642, May IS. Elizabeth Marshal! surrendered half of six roods of land willed 

' Akers ' within Fenscliffe [Felficliff] in the township of 
Clint (now in the occupation of Thomas Lax) to the use of 
John Kidd, hia heirs & assigns for ever. 

1648, Oct. 12. " W lVn.c" that Brian Marsha!/ put away his Dogg being 

unlawful] betwixt & y e xxj October Instant sub pena xj s 
[amount doubtful] "AT Pena) that the said Brian shall 
make a sufficient Moorefene betwixt liis Hall & Bowcher 
yayt betwixt & the a ml of february next sub pena xx\ 

1649, May 30. John Cheldray r. Brian Marshal! in a pica of trespass on the 

case. 

1650, 1 May. Thomas Marsha// of Harrogate co. Ycrk 'Taylor' and Anne 

his wife Ban a mess, and 3 ac. land and mead, thereto 
belong- with all buildings and appur'ta situate at Harrogate 
w'in tlie parish of Killinghall now in ten e or occup" of s d 
Tho. M. to the use of YVm. Cooke (son & heir of said 
Anne), his h. & as. for ever. 
22 May. John Mounkton of Flasby suit** a mess, and 8 ac of land 

meadow or pasture, situate in the hamlet of Harrogate and 
parish of Killinghall in ten e or occup. of Tho. Marshall to 
the use of said Tho. Marshall & his ass. for term of 7 years 
next ensuing yielding therefor to said J.M. £10 yearly at 
Ladyday & Mic'hmas. 

1651-2, March 3. Wilferey Harrison surrendered half of a messuage called 

Fine of laud — 8(/. ' Wrenchill ' & 4 acres, "two peniworth & a halfe of Land 

& meadow " with all buildings thereon in the Hamlet of 
Timble to the use of Doriihey Marshall wife of John 
Marshall & Anne M: (dan. of said John & Doriihey) all of 
Yeadon co. York, their h. & ass. etc 
„ ,, John Marshall cf Yeadon co. York, yeoman, surr d abovesaid 

Fine for years — 14(/. half of a mess, (as above) etc., to the use of Wilferey 
Harrison and his ass. from 25 March next for 5 years 
paying foi the last half year of the said term the sum of 
£2 : 6 : S etc.. 

1652, April 14. Christopher Yeates and Thomas Cuburne sun jl two close* 

(one acre of land and meadow) in Timble (now in ten 6 or 
occup 11 of Thomas Cuburne) to the use of Doriihey Marshall, 
now wife of John M., her heirs and assigns for ever. 
John Marshall sun* 1 the aforesaid two closes to the use of 
Tho. Cuburne and Anne his wife for their lives and life of 
survivor, paying yearly to said John M. his h. or ass. 40s. 
at Mayday aud Martinmas. 
July 7. John Monkton of Flasby suit* 1 moiety of a messuage and 

8 acres of laud meadow and pasture in hamlet of Bilton 
cum Harregate within the township of Killinghall (now in 
ten c or occup" of Thorn, [first written John and then 
corrected] Marshall) after his (Moukton's) death to the use 
of Jane Linfoote wife of Mr. Peter L. for her life etc. The 
same John Monkton surr d a mess, and 8 acres (as above 
" as it is now In the tenure and occupa'con of Thomas 
Marshall " after his (Moukton's) death to the use of Thomas 
Ward and James Ward grandsons of .said John. 

1656, April 30. Peter Linford gent, and Jane his wife, Thomas Ward and 

James Ward surr' 1 one ancient building and S acres of land, 
mead, and past, in hamlet of Bilton cum Harrogate and 
township of Killinghall (now in ten or occup 11 of Thomas 
Marshall or his asssigns) To the use of John Lewis etc. 

1661 June 5. John Marshall sun 4 ' half of a mess., a house, a close and an 

•' Intacku " (4 acres land and meadow) with buildings and 
appur'ta in hamlet of Timbletis they are now in occup n of 



KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. l Jo 

Will'm Watson to the use of said Win. Watson & ass. from 
25 March last (1661) for term of '21 yrs. next ensuing 
yielding yearly to said John M. £4 : 4s. at Lady-day & 
Mich'mas equally, according etc. 
1661-5, Feb. 22. John Marshall of Yeadon surr d a close called ' Wrenchil,' 

containing one acre of land (more or less) with all buildings 
and appurt's situate in the hamlet of Timble now or lately 
in the occupation of John Gambling, to the use of the said 
John Garni ding, his ex'ors adm'ors and assigns from Ladyday 
next (1665) for 21 years, yielding to said John M. at the 
feasts of SS. Philip and James (May 1) and St. Martin-in- 
winter (11 Nov.) 45 shillings yearly. 

1671, Oct. 26. Henry Clint and Mary his wife, Richard Clint and Richard 

Roome (she Mary sole examined etc.) surr d one ancient 
building and three closes, called the ' upper close, nether 
close and spencie mires ' (3 acres of land and meadow) with 
all buildings and appu'rts situate in the hamlet of Beckwith 
and Rosset and township of Killinghall (as now in the 
occupation of said Ric. Roome), to the use of John 
Marshall of Newall his h. & ass. for ever. And hereupon 
comes J. M. etc. and is admitted tenant. 
John Marshall of Clifton [sic] suit' 1 the premises above- 
named (now in occup 11 of Ric. Roome) to the use of Ric. 
Roome his exor's ad'mors & assigns from Ladyday next 
following (25 March, 1672) for the term of 20 years — 
yielding yearly to said /. M. or his assigns £8 10s. rent at 1 
May & 11 Nov. equally. 

1672, May 2. Toby Humphrey esq. surr d one ancient building, and 3 clones 

of land & meadow, called the ' Spencie mires, over close ' 
and ' nether close ' (3 acres) situate in hamlet of Beckwith 
& Rosset and township of Killinghall (now in the occupa- 
tion of Ric. Roome) to the use of John Marshall, his h. & 
ass. for ever according to the custom of the Forest. 
Hereupon comes /. M. etc. 
1675, August 11. Thomas Grayson & Jane his wife (she sole exam d ) surr d one 
barn and one close called ' Windhill feild ' (one acre of 
land & meadow) with appurts. in hamlet of Birstith and 
township of Clint (now in occupation of said Tho. Grayson) 
to the use of John Marshall of the City of York grocer, 
his h. & ass. for ever. Hereupon came said J. M. and took 
the said premises etc. and was admitted tenant thereof. 
1677, Sept 5. Richard Greaves surr d one messuage, half of one messuage, 3 

barns & 8 closes of land & meadow called Salmon close and 
Garth, low croft, and baekcroft, long lands, limekill close, 
far feild & ealand pasture ' (containing 5 acres) with all 
buildings, &c. in the hamlet of Hill within the township of 
Thurscrosse (now in occup" of said Richard) to the use of 
John Marshall of Yeadon, his h. & ass. for ever. Hereupon 
comes John M. etc. admitted tenant. 
John Marshall surrd the above-named [names all repeated] to 
be after the death of himself to the use of Judcth Hamie 
and Susan Marshall daughters of said John, and their h. «.V 
assigns for ever, according to the custom etc. And hereupon 
came said Judeth, Ha nna [before Hanne], and Susan Mar- 
shall, after the death of the said John by Dorothy Marshall 
their guardian, and took of the Lady the Queen [Katherine] 
the premises etc. 
John Marshall surr d one mess. etc. [as before, but the 8 closes 
mentioned without the names being repeated] to the use 
of Richard Greaves [then occupier, as by the first entry], 
for life of himself, yielding to him (/. M.) or his assigns 
yearly 4)11 at Martinmas during the said term. 

H All these entries follow, one the other ; two on the 
recto, the 3rd on the verso (at top). 



94 KXARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 

1678, June 5. Ju/iii Marshall surrd one acre of land in Lirstith to the use of 

Thomas Fentyman. 

1679, May 15, John Marshall, one of two tenants who witness a Burrender 

in Tinible. 
1631 Oct. 20. John Canler and Anne his wife butt* in Bilton cum Harro- 

<^:iti' to the use- of John Marshall of the City of York, who 

came and was admitted. 

IF I find John Candler in Harrogate at Court 14 June 16.VJ. 

1684, April 1. Jnhn Marshall of City of York Burr" land in Harrogate now 

in the occupation of John Candler to the use of Lawrence 
J lanson the youngi r, who was admitted. 
May 7. John Marshall of Newall »uif' messuage and 3 closes' of land 

& meadow in hamlet of licckwith and Kossct now in the 
occupation of Richard Roome) to the use of Richard 
Marshall, his h. & ass. for ever. Hereupon Ric. M. within 
age by Fran sis 2 (or Frances) Marshall his guardian, admitted. 

16S5, Sent. 2. John Marshall came in person and prayed to be admitted to 

one rood, parcel of the waste within the parish <>f I'aninll 
Proclamation made etc. J. M. to hold &c. yearly rent \\d. 
Fine 10s. 
(Jet. 22. John Marshall of City of York sun jl one barn and one acre 3 

of land & meadow in the hamlet of Biretith and township 
of Clint (now in the occupation of Thomas Fentyman) to 
the use of Leonard Askwith his h. & ass. who was admitted 
tenant. 

168(1, August 2F>. Joseph Simpson of Kawden and Anne his wife (she sole 
exam d ) sun 11 half a messuage, called ' Wrenebill ' and 4 
acres 2h pennyworth of land & meadow in township of 
Timble (now in the occupation of Wm. Richardson), t<> 
the use of Dorothy Marshall, her h. & ass. for ever. She 
was admitted. 

16S7, Oct. 27. Dorothy Marshall, widow, surr* half a messuage, 2 barn-. 5 

acres 2j pennyworth of land .\ meadow at Gillbecks within 
township of Timble to the use of William Richardson his 
ex'ors and adm'ors from 25 March next (1688) for term of 
eleven years. Wm. came and was admitted. Fine IS*. 

ltil'O, Dec. 10. Richard Marshall of Clifton surr d a messuage and 3 closes 

(over & nether close & spence mires) at Beckwith shaw 
within township of Killinghall to the use of Richard 
Roome his ex'ors and adm'ors from 25 March last (1681) ) for 
the term of six years yielding to said if. M. £7 10s. yearly 
at the feasts of SS. Philip & James <£ S. Martiu the bishop 
in winter (i.e. 1 May and 11 Nov.). Hereupon Ric. Roome 
admitted. 

1693, May 11. John Hawkin and Ellen his wife (she sole exam' 1 ) Burr* one 

waste builded with appur'ts in Knar : near the river Nid 
(now in the occupation of said John) ; to the use of Sara 
Marshall, her heirs & assigns. She admitted tenant. 

]6'J4, Oct. 25. Richard Marshall lying in peril of death surr d one ancient 

building and 3 closes (upper close, nether close and Spence 
mires) in hamlet of Beckwith & Kosset and township of 
Killinghall (now in the occupation of Richard Roome) to 
the use of Francis Marshall and John Marshall, their heirs 
& assigns for ever. Hereupon came Francis and John itc. 
and weie admitted tenants. 

1607, Uct. 21. Francis Marshall and John Marshall suit 1 ' one ancient 

buildiug, 2 bains and 3 closes (3 acres) at Beckwith shaw 
within the town-hip of Killinghall (now in the occupation 
of Ric. Hoome\ to the use of Thomas Stub, his h. >.v. ass. 
for ever, who is admitted tenant. 

1 Spence mires, over close and nether close, 
3 No sex indicated. 
"Windall fold.' 



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Nov. 10. Dorothy Marshall, widow, surr d half one messuage, and one 

close of land & meadow (4 acres) within the township of 
Timble (now in the occupation of William Richison) to 
the use of John Marshall her son, his h. & ass. for ever. 
Hereupon John M. admitted. 
1G99, May 4. John Marshall of Yeadon surr d half a mess, and 5 acres 1\ 

pennyworth of land and meadow (now in the occupation of 
Wm. Richardson), to the use of Willam Watson his heirs 
& assigns for ever. Said Wm. admitted tenant. 
1700, Dec. 18. Richard Somergill and Elizabeth Coates, widow, suit' 1 one 

waste builded in Tentergate within the township of Scriven 
to the use of Sara Marshall, her h. & ass. for ever. She 
came & was admitted. 
1702, Oct. 22. Thomas Marshall elected one of the two constables of Knares- 

burgh town. 
1705, Oct. 24. Thomas Marshall one of the Jurors for the borough. 

1707, Oct. 20. John Marshall of City of York and John Marshall his son 

suit' 1 a parcel of waste within the parish of Pannell ' and 
late in the occupation of Stephen Kitehin or his assigns 
to the use of Matthew Maunby, his heirs & assigns for 
ever. Said Matthew admitted tenant. 
1715, Nov. 26. John Holdsworth of Kirksmoor with out the Court sur- 

rendered by virtue of power and authority given to him by 
John Marshall of Spanish-town in Jamaica by Letters of 
Attorney dated 2 May 1715 (1 Geo. I) two messuages and 
23 acres of land lying & being at Beckwith Shaw within 
the township of Clint (containing 23 acres more or less) 
with all buildings and appur'ts (now in the occupation of 
Matthew Pawson and Wm. Forrest or their assigns) to the 
use of Mary Spiuage, wife of Richard Spinage of Newberry, 
Berks, and of Elizabeth Marshall of Masham, co. York, their 
heirs and assigns for ever. 

" I John Marshall of Spanish Town in the Island of 

Jamaica in America Gent., nephew & heir at law to 

Susanna Smith late of London widow deceased, late 

wife of Joshua Smith late of London merchant have 

made etc. [here naming his two attornies 2 ] for me and 

in my name to surrender etc. all and singular such 

messuages &c. wherennto I shall be admitted Tenant 

&c. to the use & behoof of my wellbeloved sisters 

Mary Spenege wife of Rie. S. of Newbury Berks lately 

called Mary Marshall Elizabeth Marshall of Masham, 

eo. York spinster their heirs and assigns for ever. 

Dated 2 May 1715 and 1 George. 

Affidavit sworn 28 June 1715. 

Joseph Maxwell late of Jamaica gentleman but now of 

London, deposes that he is well acquainted with John 

Jfarsh'ill of Spanish-town gentleman and saw him (John) 

deliver letter of attorney in due form of law. He (Joseph) 

thereto set his name as Witness. 

II John Marshall of Spanish-town in Jamaica, gentleman, 
says that he is nephew & heir at law to Susanna Smith 
widow deceased. 
Now, I find, as follows : — 
1713, Oct. 1. Susanna Smith, widow and relict of Joshua Smith late of the 

parish of S. Alp[h]age, London, merchant, surrendered 1 
Oct. 1713 all the title to 3 messuages and lands (32 acres) 
in Beckwith & Rossett (lately occupied by said Joshua 
Smith) to the use of Samuel Smith of Leeds, who is 
admitted etc. 

1 Sre 1085, Sept. 2. 

- The letters of attorney are made to John Holdsworth of Kelsmoore, co. York 
Grazier, and to William Beckworth of Masham, co. York, Grocer, 



90 KNABESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. 

1713, Nov. 11. Joshua Smith of London merchant who held one messuage, 

3 ancient buildings and 32 acres at Beckwith and ltossett 
within the township of Killinghall died ; after whose death 
at this Court (11 Nov. 1713) came Samuel Smith of Leeds 
brother and heir of .Joshua and took premises etc 

1714, Oct. 20. Samuel Smith of Leeds and Matthew Drawer sun* 1 etc. [as 

above] to such usee as the said Samuel by his last Will or 
other writing should declare. 

1720, Kill. 21. John Marshall gen. Richard Spinageom and Mary his wife, 

Benjamin Collins gen. and Elizabeth his wife (said Mary 
and Elizabeth sole examined) sun d half of two messuages, 
and half of several closes of land [here named] situate in 
the hamlet of Beckwith with llossett within the forest 
(containing 23 acres), also half of all other customary lands 
and tenements within the said forest to the use of Richard 
S]iinage gen., his heirs & assigns for ever, etc 

1720-1, I'V'l). 21. John Marshall gen., Richard Spinage gen. & Mary, Benj. 

Collins & Eliz : (as before) surr' 1 half of two mess, and half 
of several closes [named again — all as before] to the use of 
Benj. Collins gen. his h. and ass. for ever. Hereupon at this 
March 22. Court (22 March, 172") comes to Benjamin Collins &c. and 

admitted etc. 

1720, May f>. Martha Marshall late wife of Thomas M. of Knar : who held 

half of one waste builded with appur'ts situate in " Le back 
lane prope Le Town well in Knaresbrough predicta '' died ; 
after whose death came Thomas Marshall, son and heir of 
Martha, and prayed tbe. admitted. 
August 22. Thomas Marshall, Leonard Sibber and Mary his wife of the 
City of York, and Francis Plumer and Margaret his wife, 
surr d without the Court, viz, 22 Aug. 1726, one waste 
builded with appur'ts sit e in the back Lane near the Town 
well of Knar : To the use of William Slater, his h. & ass. 
which Win. S. is admitted. 

U Inrolled in Court (Sheriff's Turn) holden 20 Oct 1726. 

1730-1, Jan. 29. Sara Simpson widow without the Court, viz. 29 January 
1730-1, sun -11 one waste builded situate near the March 
1 nidge in Knaresbrough with the appur'ts (now in her own 
occupation) to the use of Thomas Marshall his h. & ass. for 
ever. Condition that said Tho. M. his exors &c pay to 
Richard Simpson, son of John S. dee'd, the sum of £3 10*. 
within six months after the death of the said Sarah. Else 
Ric. Simpson his ex'ors &c. shall enter on the premises etc 
until said sum of £3 10s. with all costs shall be paid. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES OF WILLS AND ADM'ONS. 

(Continued from p. 58.) 

Richard Aishe, citizen and butcher of London, mentions sister Joane 

Marshall 1612. P.C.C. (2G Fenner.) 
Margaret Snell of Reach in co. Cambridge, widow, mentions cousin 

Diana Marshall. P.C.C. (35 Fenner.) 
William Grey of East Doniland, co. Essex, Esq. gives his virginals to 

his daughter-in-law Elizabeth Marshall. P.C.C. (74 Fenner.^ 
Alice Handcock of Capland in parish of Brodway, co. Somerset, 

widow. Mentions daughter Eleanor wife of Roger Marshall, ami 

their daughter Johan Marshall. P.C.C. (87 Capell.) 
Thomas Fisher the elder of Taunton, co. Somerset, merchant. Mentions 

my wifes daughter Grace Marshall, P.C.C. (105 Capell.) 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 97 

Thomas Hoale of Battel, Sussex, mentions kinsman M r John 

Marshall of London, Fishmonger. P.C.C. (110 Capell.) 
Thomas Russell of Willingdon, co. Sussex, mentions his daughters 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Marshall, and Mary wife of Thomas 
Oxenhridge. P.C.C. (2 Lawe.) See Vol. i. p. '96. 
Thomasine Cattell of Erith, co. Huntingdon. Mentions cousin Thomas 

Marshall. P.C.C. (73 Lawe.) 
Will of Thomas Marshall of Worrall in Bradfield, dated 26 August 
1616. mentions his children, John, (under 28^, Elizabeth, Mary 
Ann, and Alice Marshall. Proved at York by Ann his relict, 
7 May, 1617. See Vol. i. p. 263. 
John Tims of London, Gent., in his will dated 29 Dec, 1760, and 
proved in P.C.C. 26 March, 1763, mentions his cousin Mrs. 
Sarah Marshall. (158 Caesar.) 
George Dalton of St. Saviour's, Southwark, Citizen and Joiner of 
London in his will dated 7 Oct., 1626, mentions daughter 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Marshall, their daughter Anne Marshall, 
and their sons Gilbert and George Marshall. Proved in Arch- 
deaconry Court of Surrey, 30 Nov., 1626. (369 Yeast.) 
Mary Gray of Colchester, Essex, mentions grandchild Mary Marshall, 

and cousin Mary Wiseman. 1616. P.C.C. (77 Cope.) 
Thomas Wilding, citizen and Dyer of London, mentions sisters 
Elizabeth Marshall, and Katherine Bigge ; also brother Richard 
Marshall, and brother John Bigge. Proved in P.C.C. 1616. 
(95 Cope.) See Vol. i. p. 77. 
Judith Cawdwell of Anstey in co. Leicester, singlewoman. Mentions 
mother Anne Marshall, and brother Samuel Marshall. P.C.C. 
(124 Cope.) 
John Knighton of Bayford, co. Herts, Esq., son of Sir George Knigh- 
ton, mentions cousin Anne Marshall wife of Marshall of 

Hackney, 1635. P.C.C. (37 Sadler.) 
John Ruggle of Glemsford, co. Suffolk, 1594. Mentions sister 
Elizabeth Firmin, and her four children Edmund Firmin, Anne 
Tanner, Margaret Marshall, and Katherine Marshall. P.C.C. 
(16 Scott.) 
Will of Thomas Marshall of Wicken Bonhant, co. Essex, husbandman. 
Dated 7 August, 1637. To daughters Anne Marshall and 
Dorothie Marshall, £4 apiece. Wife Ursula sole executrix. She 
proved 13 Sept., 1637. (Consistory Court of London, 296 Allen.) 
Francis Barrell heretofore of St. Margaret's Rochester, but now of 
Upper Grosvenor St. co. Middlesex, Esq. Mentions, nephew the 
Rev d M 1 ' Edmund Marshall, Vicar of Charing, co. Kent ; 
daughter Catherine Barrell ; sisters Ann Barrell, and Catherine 
Marshall ; wife Frances Barrell sole executrix. Dated 16 July, 
1770. Proved by Frances Barrell the relict, 5 March, 1772, in 
P.C.C. (81 Taverner.) SeeYol i. app. p. 25. 
Josiah Frith, minister of God's word, [Rector] of S* Alphage, London. 
Dated 19 Nov., 1637. To Phebe Cartwright of Low Lane, 
London, £10. To Edward Fuller minister of the word of God 
all my MSS. Richard Marshall a witness. Proved in Consistory 
Court of London... January, 1637-8. (354 Allen.) 



98 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

Gregory Francklvn in his will dated 19 Feb., 1635, mentions cousin 
M r8 Martha Marshall P.C.C. (32 Pile.) 

Charles Bigland of Chelmsford, will in P.C.C, proved 1625, mentions 
his cousin John Marshall, and his wife Sarah Marshall. (7 
Clark.) 

William Marshall, is called ' son in law ' in the will of David Powell 
of Stretton, co. Gloucester, clerk, proved 1625. P.C.C. (43 Clark.) 

Thomas Badily of S fc Peter ad Vincula, will proved in P.C.C. 1625, 
mentions his sister Marshall. (146 Clarke.) 

Bartholomew Harris of London, Merchant, will proved in P.C.C. 
1641, mentions his uncle James Marshall. (45 Evelyn.) 

Charles Webster of Richmond, co. Surrey, plaisterer. Will dated 14 
August, 1783. Mentions son-in-law James Marshall. P.C.C. 
(439 Cornwallis.) 
This James Marshall was of Newport St. Westminster, Grocer. He is mentioned 

in the will of Joseph King of Richmond, 1780. (267 Collins.) 

Will of Eleanor Brown of Marshgate, in the parish of Richmond, co. 
Surrey. Dated 24 Oct., 1774. Mentions son James Marshall, 
Esq., sister Margaret Howard. Alexander Erench of Rotherhithe, 
Esq. Nephew John Howard now of the kingdom of Ireland. 
Son Jackson Brown. Nephew Nicholas Garway. Proved in 
P.C.C. 22 Oct., 1777 by James Marshall. (409 Collier.) 

William Monday of Bilstrop in the county of Nottga, gen., 18 June, 
1648, in parfitt healthe, — unto my daughter Elyzabeth wiffe 
vnto garves Marshall minister of Whatton all my land at Lenton 
and at Nottinga to her and her Right hayres, if the said Elyzabeth 
do dye with* heyres before her husband my will is that my son 
in law Garvis Marshall shall hold all that land for term of his 
life paying vnto my daughter Juedeth yerely 20 s and after his 
deeease to come to my daughter Judeth and her heirs, remainder 
over to Mary Dawson daughter of Thorn' Dawson of Morpitt 
[Morpeth] in the co. of Northumberland, Taner, which daughter 
lie had by my daughter Margarett, remainder to right heirs of 
testator. To son in law Garves Marshall all my Svaying 
[surveying] Instruments, etc., and half my printed books, the 
other half to Samwell Smith my wiffe Soon to be equally 
divided between them. Land at Blidworth to wife Judith wch 
Phillop Abbott and William Flint holdeth by lease, for terme of 
her life and after her decease to my daughter Judith and her 
right heirs. To my daughter Judeth all my land at Edenstow 
[Edwinstow] and for lack of her heirs I give the land at Blid- 
worth and Edenstow to my daughter Elizabeth Avife of Garves 
Marshall. To my wiffe To Soons Samvell and John either of 
them 20". To godson William Leason my Bowe and sheath of 
arrowes, and to my son Kidson on shilling. To servant Troth 
Walker 2 8 . Wife Judeth and daughter Judeth executrixes. To 
my son in law Thorn' Dawson who married with my daughter 
Margaret 12 d . 

Witnesses, ( lilbert Benet, Rect. eccles. Richard Necdham. Henry 
Preston. Proved at York 5 January 1648-9. ult. 40 u . 
John Marshall of Stilton, co. Huntingdon, Inn-holder. Dated 16 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 99 

Aug., 1763. Wife Ann Marshall, executrix. Nephew John 
Watson. Larrat Langley. John King. Adm'on with will 
annexed, the executrix having renounced, 15 Oct., 1763, to Ann 
Thornhill and Allen Hopkins, creditors, in P.C.C. (478 Caesar.) 
See p. 80. 
John Marshall of Forestreet in the parish of St. Giles without 
Cripplegate, London, cheesmonger. Dated 30 Aug., 1758, 
Brother William Marshall of Wandsworth in the co. of Surrey, 
Gent., sole executor and universal legatee. Mentions grand- 
daughter Elizabeth Potter. Proved in P.C.C. by said Will™ 
Marshall, 13 Oct., 1763. (478 Caesar.) See p. 80. 

From Doncaster Act Book, at York. 

1602. July 20. Probate of will of William Marshall of will of 

Stannington, to Elizabeth his relict, and Elizabeth Greaves, 
Alice Brigif, and Emott Rose, his daughters. See Vol. i. p. 

1603. Oct., 6. Adm'on of Robert Marshall of Bradfield to Ann 

Marshall. 1632, March 29, and 1633, May 14. Tuition of 

Ellen, Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Emmott, daughters of 

William Marshall of Bradfield, to Emmott Broomhead, 

spinster. 
1635. April 6. Probate of will of Margaret Taylor of Worrall to 

John Taylor and Dorothy Perkins, and power reserved to 

John Crawshaw and Alice Marshall. 
1637. May 2. Tuition of Mary daughter of William Marshall of 

Xether Bradfield to John Smawfett. 

Probates op Wills, and Adm'ons fro.m the Act Book for the 

Peculiar of Howdenshire, 1622 — 1735. 
1624. Dec, 20. Adm'on of William Marshall of Balkeholme to 

Rosamunde Marshall his relict. Inventory under £20. 
1624-5 Feb., 8. Adm'on of Oliver Marshall of Blacktoft to Ambrose 

Marshall his brother. 
1632.'' May 16. Adm'on of Rose Marshall, widow, of Bolkholme to 

Bartholomew Marshall, m'ri ejus. Inventory under £5. 
1660-1. Feb., 13. Probate of Jennett Marshall of Cliffe in the parish 

of Henningborough to Thomas Marshall her son, and one 

of the executors. Inventory £34 8s. 4d. 
1661. April 19. Thomas Marshall of Cliffe in the parish of Hen- 
ningborough. Adm'on with will annexed to Thomas 

Marshall his son. Inventory under £40. 
1680. March 1. Probate of Anthony Marshall of Howden to 

Susanna Marshall his widow. 
1680. May 25. Probate of James Marshall of Howden to Dorothy 

Marshall his widow and sole executrix. 
1684. Aug., 5. Adm'on with will annexed of Robert Marshall of 

Ellerker to Thomas Sissons to sole use of Rachel Marshall, 

widow, and Hanna Marshall daughter of said deceased, the 

executors named in the will. 

* There are uo probates or adm'ons from 1643-59. 



100 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

1689. April 4. Care of person and portion of John Marshall son of 

John Marshall of Cliffe, according to his voluntary election, 

to Richard Clarkson. 
At end of the year 1691 there is a list of " Wills, Bonds, and 
Inventories, etc., not entered by Mr. ftlawde," among them, 
William Marshall of Howden, original will, inventory, and probate 

bond, 1695. 
1697. June 9. Adm'on of Richard Marshall of Gilberdike to 

Margaret his relict. 
1703. June 29. Probate of Thomas Marshall of North Duffield to 

Sarah Marshall, widow, and sole executrix. 
1720. Sept. 1. Adm'on of Elizabeth Marshall of Howden to Anne 

wife of Thomas Bedford her daughter. Inventory under £5. 
1729. April 12. Probate of Mary Marshall of Longcliffe to 

Nathaniel Andrew and Frances Granger co-executors. 

Wills in South Cave Peculiar, 1687-1813. 
1706. Robert Marshall of South Cave. Will. 
1706. Richard ,, „ Inventory. 

1713. Catherine ,, „ Will. 

no date. John ,, „ Will. 

Wills in Alne and Tollerton Peculiar, 1601-1856. 

Wills of Matthew Marshall of Tollerton, 1711 ; and Miles Marshall 
of Flawith, Merchant Taylor, 1791. 

Wills in Knaresborough Peculiar. 
1772. Bundle R. No. 11. Capt n Marshall. 
1772. „ R. No. 31. William Marshall. 
1776. „ T. No. 24. Thomas Marshall. 

The only earlier document is a Tuition of John Marshall in 1683. 

AVills in Masham Peculiar. 
1585. John Marshall of Masham Book i. fo. 154. 
1585. John ,, of Seirby in parish of Masham. Book i. fo. 166. 
1613. Francys ,, of Masham. Book i. fo. 221. 
1632. Christopher ,, of Masham, Yeoman. Book i. fo. 381. ' 

Adm'ons of Leonard Marshall of Grewelthorpe (in West Riding', 
28 April, 1682; and of Christopher Marshall of Masham, ... July, 1707. 

Wills proved in Peculiar Court of Southwell. 
John Marshall of Southecarleton, in the p'ishe of Southmuskh'm 
in the countie of Nott m . Dated 13 Nov., 1582. I give vnto my 
nephewe RaufFe my ring of remembrance. Vnto my brother Raull'e 
a brace of Angells to make him a ringe of. Vnto my brother Francis, 
yf he be alive and be able to come into the countrie and to weare it, 
my best cloke. To my servant William Neave 'Rasfalls abridgement' 
of the eldest date, the " Justice of Peace '' of the eldest date, ' Littleton 

] Christopher Marshall <>f Massam, co. York, yeoman. Dated 20th Dec, 1632. 
To be buried in the parish church of' Massam. Sou John Marshall. To two 
daughters Jaiue and Susanna £20 apiece when 24. To sister Anne Liuge 10s. 
Wife Elizabeth sole executrix. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 10 1 

and Parkins' of the newest date, To Will'm Ellis of Southmuskh'm 
my wint 1 ' boots. My dau'r Ellin'. [Ellinor.] My son Henrie. My 
nephew Rauffe Marshall, my nephew William Marshall, my brother 
Kan lie his children, and iny brother Meringe children shall have free 
accesse vnto my written books of lawe, to coppie theme ont at their 
pleasure. These books are bequeathed to Henry Marshall. Wife, to 
be sole executrix. Hint her M 1 ' Henry Marshall and father in law M 1 ' 
Ric. Athelston supervisors. Son Henry's portion to lie in government 
of wife till he is twenty-one. Witnesses, Nich'as Irelande, 1 Richarde 
Irelande, Elino 1 ' Marshall, William Neave, and Briget Clarke, with 
Robert Ellyotte. Proved by relict in the peculiar court of South- 
well, 28 May, 1583. (Vol. iv. 1567-1592.) 

Adm'on granted by peculiar court of Southwell of goods of Robert 
Marshall of Southmuskham, 2-1 April, 1604, to John Marshall and 
Oliver Marshall of Staley Woodthorpe, in co. Derby, husbandmen, his 
brothers. (Vol. v. p. 484.) 

Erancis Marshall of North Muskham, gent. To Robert Marshall 
my nephew, 6 s 8 J , — 2 Anne Askewe 6 s 8 d , — 2 Marie Marshall the elder 
6 s 8 d — 2 Henrie Cawton 6 s 8 d ,— Catherine Cawton 6* S' 1 , - -John 
Mearinge 6 s 8 d . Godsons, Erancis Robothom, Francis Strawe, Francis 
Ashley, Francis Saxton, Francis Deane. Edmunde Platts. God- 
daughters, Elizabeth Livesey, and Marie Crookes. Francis Johnson. 
Elizabeth Garnon. William Livesey and Helnourhis wife. Brother 
Rauf Marshall sole executor and residuary legatee. Dated 27 April, 
4 King James. [1606]. Proved by said executor 22 October, 1606, 
in the peculiar court of Southwell. (Vol. v. p. 583.) 

Rauf Marshall of Southmuskham. Dated 4 December, 1610. To 
be buried in the parish church of South Muskham. Son Robert 
Marshall. Daughter Anne Askew. Daughter Marie Marshall. 
Richard Willoughby and Henry Turner overseers. William Willoughby 
of South Muskham, Knight, executor. He renounced and probate 
granted to Edward Pirn of South Muskham, gent., 7 May, 1611, by 
peculiar court of Southwell. (Vol. v. p. 798.) 

Adm'on of William Marshall of Holme in the parish of North- 
muskham to Elizabeth Marshall his relict granted by peculiar court of 
Southwell 5 April, 1634. 



MISCELLANEA. 



College of Arms, 3 D 14, 27. Pedigree of Tyler of Boston in 
New England, relatives of Sir Isaac Heard. Mary Tyler married John 
Marshall. Lucy Tyler her sister married Samuel Marshall brother to 
said John, and had issue Samuel, Mary (sic), John, and Mary Marshall. 

" The Field " newspaper, 18 May, 1878, p. 590. Notice of the 
town of Marshall, and the old Marshall Mansion, a type of the old 
Southern planter's home, North Texas. 

1 The will of John Irelande of Batheley in the parish of North Muskham, proved 
1604, is registered Vol. v. p. 520. 

2 Evidently all nephews and neices. 



102 



MISCELLANEA. 



College of Arms, K, 9,209. Hester Meade, daughter of John 
Meade of Much llayston, [Easton] co. Essex, who was aged 84 in 
1GG7, married Nathaniel Marshall and had issue by him, Nathaniel, 
and William. 



Bbitibh Museum, Add. MS. 24,458, p. 294. 

Thomas Marshall of Sheffield, was a member of theEev d T. Jollies,=j= 

roiigrcgation, and all his children were baptised by Mr. Jollie. 

j 

Jeremiah ■ 

.Marshall 
of Shef- 
field, Cut- 
ler. Bapt. 
12 Feb. 
1688-9. 



=Hannah 
dau of Luke 
Winter of 
Sheffield, 
Cutler. 
Bapt. 1 
Jan> 1698. 
.Mar. 28. 

Sept. 1719. 



— i — i — 
Joshua 

M.Bapt 

20 Nov. 
1690. 
ob. inf. 

Ed- 
wardM. 
Bapt 12 

Dec. 
1692. 



Timothy : 
Marshall 
of Shef- 
field, cut- 
ler. Bapt. 
17 daiP" 
1694-5 
Died 5 
March, 
1750. 



Samuel Marshall of Shef- 
field, Ironmonger. Died 
unm. circa 1800. Only son. 
Was a well known and 
remarkable character at 
Sheffield. His will with a 
multitude of bequests may 
be seen. 



Lydia 
only dau. 
died num. 



dlelen Pear- 
son. She mar. 
2'J' 12 JanJ 
1754-5, to 
Will" 1 Smith 
of Sheffield, 
Cutler, and 
died 20 Dec. 
1777, aged 
69. 



i 

Hephzibab, .Mar. at Sheffield 

31 Aug. 1770 ti> Tin Unas 

Vennor of Sheffield, Mercer. 

T 



— I — 1 

Sarah. 
bapt 3 I 
May, 
1697. 

Mary 
bapt. 20 

Feb. 
1698-9. 

Joshua 
M.bapt. 
22 

A pril 
1700. 

Georg 
M,bapt, 
18 June 
1702 



Somerset House. Vicar General's Books. Martin, P* i, 12. 
Licence to bury Margarett Marshall, who died excommunicate, in 
parish church of St Sepulchre, dated 29 August, 1616. Mr. 
Blinkarne was the parson. 

College of Arms. 7 D 14, 96-7. Pedigree of Walter Burrows 
who married Elizabeth dau. and heir of Francis Marshall of Lambeth. 
Married at St. George's Southwark 14 Feb. 1743. In Grants xvi. 50 
there is a grant of arms to her. 

College of Arms. Painter's Work Book, 5, fo. 81 : — 

11 Aug. 1683. Argent, a lion rampant gules, a chief Sable. 
Impaling Sable, three bars Argent, a canton ermine. Mr. Russell 
whose wife's name was Marshall. 

This Mr. Russell I suppose to be Ralph Russell, citizen and Cooke 

of London, whose will dated 4 May 1683, was proved in P.C.C. 21 

August following. (97 Drax.) He mentions his wife Susanna ; daughter 

Ynne Mudtl ; and sons, Nathaniel, Robert, and John. cf. Vol. i. p ii76. 

Painter's Work Book, % f o. 20 b :— 

22 Feb., 1691-2. Sable, a chevron Or between three boars' heads 



MISCELLANEA. 



103 



Argent. (Wormall). Impaling Sable, three bars Argent, a canton 
Ermine (Marshall.) 

There is in P.C.C. an adm'on of Israel Wormall of St Stephen 
Walbrook, London, to Rebecca Wormall his relict, dated 4 May, 1692. 
See Hulbert's "Annals of Almondbnry," p. 520. 



From Funeral Entries in Ulster's Office, Dublin Castle, Vol. 

i. p. 14. 




John Marshall sometime Shirefe of ye cittie of Dublin buryed in 

St. Patrick's Churche the 14 th of July, 1597 ; he had to wife 

Genninges by whom he had issu :— Edward, and a daughter ma. to 
Lawrence Ussher, of Dublin, mercbante. 



Extracts from a MS. in the " William Salt Library " at 

Stafford, entitled " Staffordshire Marriage Registers, xvn th 

Century," 1660-1700. 

Marshall, Mabel 



1660-1. Midlam, Roger 



166 >. 

1665. 

1668. 

1681. 

1681. 

1684. 

1684. 

1685. 

1686. 

1687. 

1688. 

1688. 

1690. 

1693. 

1693. 

1693. 

1693. 

1694. 

1698. 



Marshall, Hum- Scattergood, Ann 

phrey 
Marshall Richard Hodgkys, Ann 

,, Edward Hallam, Ann 

,, Thomas Percivall, Alice 

,, William Short, Mary 

,, Henry Saywell, Mary 

,, John Clerk, Jane 

,, William Hilliot, Dorothy 
Peirpoint, Thomas Marshal], Elizabeth Marchington. 



Burton on Trent. 
A show. 

Mancetter. 
Derby. 

Lullington. 
Stone. 
Repton. 
Castleton. 

Etwall. 



Marshall, Thomas Ward, Alice 
,, James Taylor, Mary 

,, John Word on, Sarah 
,, William Wood, Ann 

,, Francis Wolat, Ann 

,, John Poyser, Alice 



Burton on Trent. 
Ashbourn. 
West-ballam. 
Sutton Coldfield. 
Marston upon Dovi 
Ellaston, Math Held. 



Joseph Henshaw, Elizabeth Chellaston, Osmaston. 
William Cotton, Elizabeth Trentham. 
William Rolston, Margaret Alveton. 
Peter Horsly, Ann Rocester, 



1 04 MISCELLANEA. 

Licences for Marriages at St. Mart Magdalen, Old Fish St. 
from origixals in Coll. Arms. 

George Marshall of S* Peter's Cornhill, bachelor, and Elizabeth Browne 
of S l Clement Danes, spinster, dated 12 Oct., 1G91. Married 13 th . 

John Barnfather of S' Stephen's Coleman S l , bachelor, and Elizabeth 
Marshall of the same, spinster, dated 12 July, 1711. Married 15 th . 



College op Arms, MS. I.C.B. 90, 738. Arms. Argent, a chevron 
invected Vert, between three cresents Gules. (A quartering to 
to the coat of Teasdale.) 

George Marshall of Walltown=j=Mary d. and h. of Thomas Ridley, 

| aged 15, 161"). 

r -r— L "I 

John Marshall mar. Thomas Marshall mar. Jane dan. and eventual 
Jane d. of .... Coals- Catherine d. of .... heir, mar. John Bacon. 
forth. Scott, and had issue =j= 

George Marshall, died 

s.p. 

r ~ J 

Anne Bacon, eldest daughter=f=Middleton Teasdale 



Historical Register. 1735. June. " George Grantham of Welling- 
borough, Northamptonshire to M rs Marshall, a widow, worth 
£900 per ann. He is her 5 th husband, and she his 5 th wife." 
The ' Chronological Diary,' at end of ' Historical Register.' 

From a small MS. book in possessiox of James Coleman, bookseller, 

1885 :— Tho 8 Marshal Married to Penelope his Wife Oc'29 th An" 

1758 By the Rev d M r Rich' 1 White in Chequor Church Lincoln. 
Anne Daughter of Tho 8 and Bene 1 Marshal Born Sept" 1 3 d about 3 

o'Clock in y e Afternoon An Dom. 1759. 
William son of Tho s and Pene 1 Marshal Born Jan" 24 th about 11 

o'( lock in y e Forenoon An" Dom. 1761. Dy'd in Sinner, 1764. 
Tho s son of Tho s and Pen 1 Marshal Born Sep r 6 th ' about 3 o'Clock in 

the Afternoon Ano. 1762. 
2 d William son of Tho 8 & Pen 1 Marshal Born May 30 th 1768 about 

11 o'clock in the Evening. 
I Thomas Marshal Stood Sponser for Mary Daughter of Will" 1 & Eliz. 

Oliphent, In y e year of our Lord 1759. 
Sl 1 Sponser for Anna Daughter of Geo. & Eliz. Bingham, In y e 

Year of our Lord 1760. 
Sponser for Joseph, Son of Joseph & Eliz. Walker, Ano. Dom. 1761. 
(Thomas Marshall the writer of the above was living in 17 71.) 



Masons Company. The earliest book in the possession of this 
Company is lettered "Masonic Accounts, 1620 — 17U6" The 



MISCELLANEA. 105 

following extracts relate to Edward Marshall who was Master 

Mason of England. 1 (See pedigree Vol. i. app. p. 24.) 
fo. 47 b under head "Ingresse money of freemen." ".Received of 

Edward Marshall late Apprentice of John Clerke made free in 

January 1626, xxiij 8 x d ." 
fo. 86. In 1631-2 Edward Marshall paid £5 fine for being admitted 

into the Livery and being discharged of the office of being one of 

the stewards thereof. 



Duchy of Lancaster Court Rolls, No. 1588, Bundle 108. 
Pub. Reu Office : — 

View of Frankpledge with Court Baron, &c. 3 Oct. 1661. " Anth'us 
Marshall elect' in offic' co'is imparcatoris ih'm [Plumptre] pro 
hoc Anno sequen' Jur.' 



Inquisitions Post Mortem. 

Chancery Inquisition, 1 Elizabeth, 3 rd Part, No. 168. 

Inquisition taken at Dniester .Sept 1 , 1. Eliz. [1559] on the death 
of Richard Marshall, Esq. who some time [diu) before he died was 
seized of the manor of Goosebraden in the parish of Curry Ryvell 
containing by estimation 240 acres, and lands in Glaston and Wetnbdon 
in co. Somerset, and lands in Walton and East Penn'd. He had 
granted them to William Porteman, Esq, and John Fry, gent., to use 
of him the said Richard Marshall and Lore las wife and the heirs of 
his body in virtue of which the said W m Porteman and John Fry were 
seized to said"use, and the jurors say that said Richard Marshall was 
seized in fee of the capital Mansion of Ivythorn, and died so seized, 
and they say that Richard Marshall died leaving Lora surviving, and 
that he died [date gone] and that Richard Marshall is his son and heir 
and is aged '60. 

See Gentleman's Magazine, April 1865, p. 486. Collinson's Somer- 
set, iii. 424. 

John Marshall died seized of the Manor of 
Ivythorne. Esc. 11 Edw. IV, Xo. 20. 



John Marshall of Ivythorne=j=Joane dan. of John Fitz-James, Lord 



son and heir 11 Edw. IV. 
[1471-2.] 



Chief Baron. His will pio. 12 May, 1542. 
See Foss's Judges. 



1 The petition of this Edward Marshall for the confirmation of the grant of the 
place of Master Mason (May, 1660), and the gi-aut of that place, void by death of 
Nicholas Stone, dated at Hampton Court, 28 Sept., 1647, will be found in 
Egerton MS. (Brit. Museum) 2549, fo s 31, 32. 

Q 



106 



MISCELLANEA. 



Elizabeth dan. of=|=Kicliard Marshall=f=Lora, dan. of 
Nfoore of Moore- [ oflvythorne.Esq. j ... Rogers, 2 



heyes co. Devon, 
See Colby's Visita- 
tion of Devon, pp. 
161, 1G2. 



[nq. p.m. dated 
... Sept. 1 Eliz. 



wife, survi- 
ved her hus- 
band 



Thomas Marshal L Mary, mar. 

— Leonard 

Georire Marshall. Horner. 



Isabel, wife of 
Edmund Pro- 
bal of Weston 
in Gordano. 



Richard Marshall of Ivyfchorne, 5 
aged 30 in Sept. 1559. Had a 
grant of Arms 1573. ! 



=Anne, dau. of 
John Selwood 
of Chard. 



George Marshall. 



Eliz ibeth, mar. 
John Thomas 
of Gloucester- 
shire. 



Barbara, wife of 
Ralph Whalley 
of London. 



Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem. Court of Wards. 
34 Henry VIII to 10 Charles I. 



35 Henry VIII. 
1 Edward VI. 
20 Elizabeth. 
24 Elizabeth. 
43-44 Elizabeth. 
1-2 James. 
1-2 James. 
9-10 James. 
10-11 James. 
10, 11, 12 James. 
14 James. 
12-13 James. 
v.y. James. 
v.y. James. 
18-19 James. 
19-20 James. 
2, 3, 4 Charles. 



William Marshall. York 

William „ 

John „ 

William „ 

John ,, 

John „ 

Thomas 2 ,, 

Richard ,, 

Thomas 3 „ 

John „ 

Richard. ,, 

Agnes „ 

Stephen „ 

John ,, 

Richard 4 „ 

Nicholas ,, 
Hugh 



r ork. 


Vol 


i, 


page 


20. 


Lincoln. 


n 


in, 


>) 


12. 


York. 


j> 


xix, 


>> 


94. 


York. 


>j 


XX, 


JJ 


118. 


Lincoln. 


>> 


xxvi, 


)) 


204. 


York. 


>j 


xxviii, 


JJ 


100. 


Sussex. 


Run 


lie vii, 


No. 


17. 


Durham. 


)j 


xiv, 


jj 


13. 


York. 


>) 


xvii, 


j j 


64. 


Leicester. 


>> 


xviii, 


u 


59. 


Durham. 


j> 


XX, 


j> 


40. 


Durham. 


» 


xxii, 


j i 


233. 


Cornwall. 


jj 


xxvii, 


jj 


100. 


Cornwall. 


» 


xxvii, 


jj 


127. 


Lincoln. 


5) 


xxxi, 


jj 


62. 


Suffolk. 


JJ 


XXXV, 


jj 


15. 


Leicester. 


5) 


xlv, 


u 


40. 



1 Argent on a fess betiv. three chess-rooks Sable as many mullets Or. 

2 Inq. taken at Arundel 12 April, 2 James, on Thomas Marshall, yeoman, 
Messuage in Horsham called the Redd Lyon. He died 12 Feb. 40 Elizabeth. 
Thomas Marshall is his son and heir and was aged 20 on 19 Nov. last before the 
faking of this inquisition. 

3 Inq. taken at Wetherbie 18 Sept. 11 James, on Thomas Marshall of Moore 
Allerton. Messuage &c. in Moore Allerton and in Chapel Allerton. lie died 
16 August last, on which day William Marshall his son and heir was aged 21 
years ten months and six days. 

* Inq. taken at Sleaford 15 Sept. 15 James [1617] on Richard Marshall of West 
Laughton, gent., Capital messuage in Aslackby ; close in Hawthropp. He died 
20 Feb. 3 James [1606], Richard Marshall is his son and heir and was aged 21 
and upwards at his father's death, 



MISCELLANEA. 107 



2, 3, 4 Charles. 


William 


>j 


Huntingdon 


■ ii 


xlv, 


>> 


62. 


8 Charles. 


William 


s'j 


Gloucester. 


ii 


hi, 


>j 


183. 


8 Charles. 


John 


>? 


Surrey. 


ii 


Hi, 


jj 


246. 


9-10 Charles. 


Christopher 


j> 


Lincoln. 


ii 


liv, 


j) 


158. 


10 Charles. 


William 


?) 


Essex. 


ii 


lv, 


j> 


24. 


v.y. 


Thomas 


•>■> 


Lincoln 


ii 


lxix, 1 


>j 


52. 



Register of Knebworth, co. Hertford. 

1716. March . . . Edward Marshall and Ann Yeilding, by 

Licence. ( Married. ) 
Register of Taxxixgton, co. Suffolk. 1644. Thomas Bennifield 

and Ann Marshall were married the xith of November. 



XOTES FROM THE CLOSE ROLLS. 

16 Car. II, Part ix, No. 2. Indenture dated 24 August, 16 Car II. 
[1664] between Susanna Vaughan of Whitwell, co. York, spinster, 
one of the three sisters and coheirs of Henry A T aughan late of Whit- 
well aforesaid Esq. deceased of the one part, and Thomas Marshall of 
the Ewes in the said County of York, Esq., and Richard Etherington 
of the city of York, Esq., of the other part, Witnesseth that said 
Susanna Vaughan in con'son of 5 s sells third part of the manor of 
Whitwell and her third of lands therein to Thomas Marshall and 
Richard Etherington to uses and trusts contained in certain inden- 
tures tripartite bearing date with these presents between said Susanna 
Vaughan of the first part, Thomas Marshall and Richard Etherington 
of the second part, and Herbert Jelfereys of the city of York, Esq., of 
the third part. Recognizance by Susanna Vaughan, 25 Aug., 1664. 

1656, Part 43, No. 1. Indenture dated 22 Eeb^, 1656, between 
Samuel Clarke of the City of Coventry, gent., son of Richard Clarke 
late of the same City, gent., deceased of the one part, and Edward 
Marshall of St. Martin Ludgate, London, Haberdasher, of the other 
part. Samuel Clarke for £150 sells tenement in Hemingby, co. 
Lincoln, heretofore in occupation of John Ward, yeoman, and now in 
that of Edmund Trevellian, and toft or tenement called the house of 
the Hill close in Hemingby, etc., enjoyed by virtue of the last will 
and testament of Richard Clarke his father, [rest illegible.] 

23 Car. II., Part 10, No. 23. Indenture dated 12 Oct., 1670, be- 
tween Christopher Alured of Martin in co. Nottingham, gent., of the 
first part, John Alured of Martin afs d gent., son and heir of said 
Christopher of second part, and Fabian Philipps of the parish of St. 
Andrew-Holborn, Esq., Thomas Moyle of Ufhngton, co. Lincoln, gent., 
Thomas Chamberlaine, the younger, of Oddington, co. Gloucester, 

1 Inq. taken at the Bail (apud BaUinam) of Lincoln in co. Lincoln, 7 July, 22 
James, on Thomas Marshall of Owmby juxta Serby [Searby] yeoman. Messuage 
and lands in'Owmby which he bought of John Wilkinson, and 33 acres in Owmby 
which he bought of Thomas Greene, gent. He died 10 Oct. 21 James. The 
messuage' bought of Greene was held of Richard Rosseter, Esq. as of his manor 
of Owmby in free socage at rent of 11 shillings. Thomas Marshall is his son and. 
heir and was aged 24 years 8 months and upwards at his father's death] 



1 08 MISCELLANEA. 

gent., and Thomas Marshall of Stinopp, co. Nottingham, Esq., of the 
third part Whereas by indenture dated 2 July, 1050, made between 
qu Elizabeth, lady Hatfsby the relict of Sir Ralph Hatfsby late of TitchillT,. 

in co. York, Kn't, decea.-ed, Robert Morton, Esq., and William 
Saunderson, Esq., since deceased, of the one part, and the said 
Christopher Alured of the other part, the said Elizabeth, Lady 
^ Hayfsby, Roberl .Morton, and "William Saunderson sold to Christopher 
Alured the manor, etc., hereinafter mentioned for 985 years, and 
whereas by indenture dated 22 May, 1668, made between the said 
Christopher Aimed of the one pait, and said John Alured of the other 
part, did demise said manor, etc., to the said John Alured for term of 
years being residue of the 985 years to come, and whereas a marriage 
is intended between the said John Alured and Margaret Philipps one 
of the daughters of the said Fabian Philipps who is to bring with her 
to said John Alured £1100 —settlement of said term to provide 
portion for said Margaret — settlement of manor of Martin alias 
Morton in eo. Nottingham. Fabian Philipps, Thomas Moyle, Thomas 
Chamberlaine, and Thomas Marshall, being the Trustees. John 
Alured acknowledged the Indenture 6 March 23 Car. II. 

17 Car. II. Part ii, No. 16. Indenture dated 22 May, 1665, between 
Richard Godfrey and John Godfrey of Wey, co. Kent, gent., of first 
part, Richard Marshall of London, gent., of second part, and Edward 
Noell of Clements Inn, gent., of third part, Witnesseth that the two 
Godfreys in consideration of 10s. paid by Richard Marshall sell him the 
Manor of Court a Moore otherwise called Court of Moore and 100 
acres of marsh land in parishes of Idechurch and New Romnev, co. 
Kent. 

26 Car. II. Part iii. No. 18. Indenture dated 15 July, 1674, between 
Henry Parker of the Inner Temple, London, Esq., son and heir of 
Henry Parker late of East Barnett in the county of Hertford, gent., 
deceased and Edward Marshall of the parish of St. Martins in the 
Fields in the county of Middlesex, gent., and Margaret his wife late the 
wife of the said Henry Parker deceased of the one part, and the Hon b,e 
Dame Anne Fanshawe the relict of the Right Hon ble Sir Richard Fan- 
shawe Knt and Part, deceased of the other part. Edward Marshall 
and Margaret his wife in cons'on or £1740, and Henry Parker in 
cons'on of 5s, sell messuage in East Barnett and closes called Broorne- 
field and Little Coopers to Dame Anne Fanshawe. Henry Parker 
acknowledged the Indenture, 16 July, 1674. 

22 Edward III. Part i. in dorso. John Burdeles (Burdeleyes) de 
Partitione terr. inter sorores et heredes, viz 1 Elizabeth' nupt' Thornae 
Marescall, et Joh'am nupt' Gilberto do la Chamber. 

20 Car. II. Part 18. No. 40. Indenture dated 22 June, 1668, 
between Isaac "White of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields in co. 
Midd'x., Taylor of first part, John Knight of the parish of St. Andrew 
Holborne, Cloth worker, and Thomas Aborne of the parish of St. 
Clement Danes, Cordweyner of second part, Richard Marshall and 
Henry Bourne of London, gent., of third part, and John Gopp Citizen 
and Scrivener of London of fourth part. "White sells to Gopp for £400 
messuage in Princes Street. See Vol. i. app. p. 9. 

6 Anne. Part 4, No. 33. Indenture dated 6 Sept., 1707, between 



MISCELLANEA. 109 

William Hawkins of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn, co. Middlesex, 
gent., of fint part, John Mead of London, Goldsmith, and William 

Mead, gent,, brother of the said John Mead of second part, Elizabeth 
Marshall and -'a rah Marshall of London spinsters of third part and 
Thomas Frost Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, and James 
Eeeves Citizen an ! Shipwright of London, of the fourth part. Whereas 
David Jones late of the parish of Portsea eo. Southampton, Marriner, 
by his last will dated 23 Aug* 1704 did give to his cousins the said 
Elizabeth and Sarah Marshall ,£100 apiece, the money to be laid out 
in land for them, and made his wife Elizabeth Jones executrix, and she 
proved tin 1 will in P.C-C. 3 Oct., 1704, &c. Money invested in anew 
house called Ailsbury House on site of late priory of St. John of 
Jerusalem. 

2 James II, Part 5, No. 21. Indenture dated 26 April, 168G, between 
Elizabeth Curtois and Dorothy Cnrtoys both of Gunnalstone in the 
county of Nottingham spinsters, daughters and executrixes of the last 
will and testament, of Leonard Curtoys late of Wilford in the county 
of Nottingham, clerke, of first part, John Strey of lieeston in the 
county of Nottingham, gent., and Robert Marshall 1 of the town and 
county of the town of Nottingham, Maltster, of second part, and 
Samuel Richards of the town and county of the town of Nottingham, 
gent., of third part — Witnesseth that said Elizabeth and Dorothy for 
£380 sell to said Samuel Richards messuages late belonging to said 
Leonard Curtoys. Elizabeth and Dorothv acknowledged the Indenture, 
20 May, 1686. 



From Register op Stubton, co. Lincoln. 

1587. Buried Thomas Marshall y e 21 day of May. 

1591. Bap. Stephen Marshall y e 2 day of June. 

1594. Richard Marshall was bap. y e 4 of August. 

1595. Buried Thomas Marshall y e 29th of October. 

1626. Richard' Marshall and Margaret Northrop married November 

the 12th. 

1627. Thomas Marshall fil. Richardi bap: Decemb: xxvj. 

From Register of Davington, co Kent. 

Marshall, Elizabeth, Bapt. dau. of Henry M. and ) ,, , i «7« 

Mary his wife ... ... ... •■• f rt " 

,, Elizabeth, Marr. to Henry Martin, seaman, 27 June 1699. 

,, Frances, Bapt. d. of Henry M. and Mary his w. 2 Apl. 1671. 

„ Henry, Bur'd. 20 Sept. 1682. 

„ Mary wid°. Mar. William Hawkett, 14 Jan. 1682-3. 

,, Richard, Mar. Dorothy Dewell, 2 Nov. 1684. 

„ Willm. Bapt. s. of Henry and Mary, 6 Oct. 1673. 

,, William, Bur. son of Henry deceased and ) ,^ T , , -.no-, •> 
Ar , .' .« ° > It 4 eb. Ibb2-1 

Mary his wife ... ... ... ... j 

Martial, John, Mar. Bennet Phillips, 8 Oct. 1640. 
1 See vol. i, p. 302. 



110 MISCELLANEA. 

From Register of Darrixgtox, co. York. 

1574. Aug. 8. John son of Robert Marshall. Bapt. 

1578. May 13. Michael son of 

1579-80. Mar. 1. Elizabeth dau. of „ „ 

1582. Nov. 11. Ann dau. of „ „ Buried 19 Dec. ,1583. 

1583. Dec. 22. Jane dau. of „ „ Buried 19 Oct., 1589. 

1586. April 14. Robert son of „ „ 
1589. June 8. Victoria dau. of ,, ,, 

1587. March 7. Elizabeth wife of Robert Marshall. Buried. 
1582. Aug. 24-. Lucy dau. of Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

1736. May 13. Thomas Marshall of Kirkthorpe and Martha Perkin of 

this [Darrington]. Married. 
17 12. Feb. 10. Edmund Marshall of Poutefract and Elizabeth Steel of 

this parish. Married. 
1748. July 12. Edward Clark of Womersley and Mary Marshall of 

Darrington. Married. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO VOL. I. 

Page 4. See as to the origin of the name of Marshall, 'Notes and Queries' 3 S. viii. 
313 ; L. T. Smith's article on the Marshals and Smiths of York, 
'Antiquary,' (published by Eliot Stock,) Vol. xi. 105. 

., 8, line 4. Add after " of Netherthorpe," " and of Evertou, co. Notts, see 
pedigree of Rogers in Hunter's 'Deanery of Doncaster,' Vol. i. 311." 

„ 10. See account of the portrait of Sir Henry Marshall, at Goldsmiths' Hall, 
Malcolm's ' Londiuum Redivivum,' Vol. ii 412. 

,, 13. Add as a note to the burial of Peter Lavigne, "See Lavigue Impaling 
Marshall, for his funeral, 31 January, 1717, in ' Painters' Work Book' 
5 fo. 1 17 b , in College of Arms. 

Samuel Bucknall who married Margaret Marshall was ' of Westminster.' 
She died at Wrexham, co. Denbigh, before 8 June, 1 736. He was son 
of William Bucknall. of Oxhey, near Watford, co. Herts, and died at 
Oxhey before 1 732, and was buried there. See Pedigree of Bucknall in 
"Miscellaneous Pedigrees, R.B.G. Vol. ii. fo. 139 b , in Col'ege of Arms." 

,, 14, line 22. For " died 3," read " died 5 ;" and next line for, " aged 46 " read 
"aged 47." And add see Vol. ii 82, note 2. Add note to William 
Marshall who died in 1826, aged 71, see ' Gentleman's Magazine,' 1826, 
i. 477. 

„ 22. Add note to William Marshall of Aislaby, see app. to 38 th Report of 
Deputy Keeper of Public Records, p. 718. 

„ 24. Sir George Marshall married secondly Elizabeth widow of Robert Angell. 
See " Remembrancia of the city of London," p. 320. Harleian Society, 
xv. 20. 

See as to children of Marmaduke Marshall of Morton-ou-Swale, ' Col- 
lectanea Topographica et Genealogica,' Vol. vi, 238; College of Arms, 
MS. H. in. 168. 

„ 27 Add note to Richard Marshall who is called brother in will of Edmuud 
Marshall, " cf. 38 Report D.K Public Records, p. 423." 

„ 29. Henry Marshall of Copmanthorpe, — Adm'on of Edward Marshall of 
Holme in Spaldingmore was granted to his brother William Marshall of 
Copmanthorpe, 31 March. 1620. 
last line. Add note to Will of ' W m Marshall, May,' see Vol. ii. p. 52. 

„ 37. At foot. For Thomas M. bapt. 9 Jan>', " 1797," read " 1697." 

„ 42. Under Carburton for " Aprill 22 " read " Aprill 30" 1 ." 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Ill 

45. Add to note 2. Robert Marshall was presented to the Rectory of 
Escrike, co. York, by Sir H. Tompson, K*, i5 Nov. 1672. Liber Institu- 
tionum (Public Record office,) Scr. C. Vol. i. fo. 91. 

59. Add note to marriage of John Hilles and Anne Marshall — " See Harl. 
Soc, Visit 11 of London, vol. i. 385." 

64. Add note to George Granville Marshall — " See Clutterl.uck's'Hertford, 
ii. 347." 

65, line 11, for " born 1662," read, "bom 11 th of 4 th mouth 1662." 

,, 17, add " Sarah Marshall dan. of Thomas and Elizabeth Marshall died 
and was buried at Skegby 2 nd of 2 lld month 1671." 

,, 4 th line from foot, read "' Thrifthouse." 
67. Add note to " Rebecca Stead," " Daughter of William Stead of Sheffield, 

Mercer, by Rebecca daughter of Nathaniel Baxter, clerk, who descended 

from the Revels. See Add. MS. 24458, p. 173, for pedigree." 
70. note 1. Add "William Marshall, M.A. was instituted to the Rectory of 

Oddingley, 5 Feb., 1605-6. 

74. After date " 1627, July 30," near foot, add after " Mrs Ann Marshall " 
the word " widow." 

75, line 22. For " 1681 "fread " 1687." 

86. Add to No. IX. "2 Ric. II. 13 May, (1484-5.) Will™ Marchall of 
Coventry, fishmonger, adm'or of John Charyte late of Coventry, mercer. 
See 9 th Report of D.K. Pub. Rec. app. ii. p. 90." 

90. See as to William Marshall, clerk, of Seaming, 38 th Report of D.K. 
Pub. Rec. app. p. 683. 

94. No. XLVIII. Cf. Consistory Court, at Somerset House, Vol. 6, fo. 66 b . 

95, line 9. Add note to " Barnarde Welles," " He was husband of Barbara. 

See his M.I. Glover's ' Derbyshire,' ii. 73." 

117. Add to 3 rd line from foot, "Also Richard Marshall of Swinderby, co. 
Lincoln, whose freehold was at Tuxford." 

118, line 37. George Marshall of Dunham voted at Notts election in 1722. 
120. Add note to No. CIX. 1655. Mary the daughter of Mr. John Nye, 

Rector of this parish, buried 28 Aug. (Pea: Regr. of Cuttenham, co. 

Cambridge.) See Cole's MSS. Vol. 48. fo. 177. 
134, line 12. Isaac Marshall was born in St Mary Bothaw, 2 Feb. 1637; 

entered at Merchant Taylors 1647. See Merchant Taylors School 

Register, p. 182. 
137. See as to Robert and William Marshall, 'Diary of Abraham De la 

Pryme,' Surtees Society, Vol. 54, p. 158. 
139. Sarah wife of Joshua Key was buried at S l Laurence's, Norwich, in 

1679. In the church wardens account book for that year is this entry, 

" Received for breaking the church for M rs Key 10 s ." 
149. Add to note on Benjamin Marshall, " Query his wife's arms in Painter's 

Work Book M fo. 114, in the Coll. Arms, where this coat, — Argent, three 

bars Sable, a canton Ermine, impaling, Gules, a lion rampant Or, a 

bordure indented of the last. Madam Marshall's funeral, Nov. 21, 1691. 

Her maiden name Jones of Carmarthen." 
159. No. CCXXII. In Painters Work Book « fo. 3 b in College of Arms, under 

date 31st March, 1699, ' Gules, a lion rampant Argent within an orle of 

besants ' (on a lozenge) is tricked as the coat for the funeral of 

Marshall, daughter of M r Marshall at the Bible in Newgate S'. Under 

the arms is written " Marshall of Oxfordshire." 
226. No. VIII. This will was also proved at York, and is registered there Vol. 

41, fo. 229. 
230. Note 1. for " 1687 " read 1686. 
233. Add note to Will of Margaret Marshall of Diseworthe, — " John Marshall 

of Osgathorpe, co. Leic 1 ', gent., and John Marshall of Dyseworth, co. 

Leic. gent., and Sarah his wife, parties to a deed entered on Close Roll, 

18 Car. ii, part 15, No. 23. 

236. 7 th line from foot. Add note to Ann Ibotson. " Mentioned as child in 
will of Eliz. Ibotson of Woodhouse in Bradfield, widow, 1595." 

237. Add note to " William Marshall of Nether Bradfield." " See Adm'on of 
' William Marshall of Bradfield to Francis Marshall, 15 March, 1632. 

Doncaster Act Book." 



112 ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

„ 244. line 15 from foot, for " Jan. 3," read " June 3." 
„ 245. Add to note. " See Carthew's Launditch, iii. 197." 
„ 246. line 13. For " Johnson," read, " John son." 
,, 256. line 15. For " Welbam," read " Kelham." 

line 18. dde (? North Lofthouse.) 

note 5 should read — Proved by Agnes his relict and power reserved to 

son William, 18 July, 1581. 
„ 257. Add note to Thomas Marshall of Raistropp, " Adm'on of Thomas Mar- 
shall and Isabella his wife late of Raistroppe in parish of Whariain to 

Peter, Mary, and Roger, their children, 18 April, 1637." 
,, ,, Add to note 7, " Adm'on of Thomas Marshall of Hotham to Philice his 

widow, 5 May, 1625." 
„ 260. line 6. Add note to Robert .Marshall of Danby, "Thomas Marshall, 

chaplain, was presented to parish of Danby, 26 Feb. 1483-4. See 9 th 

Rept. of D.K. Public Records, App. ii. 36." 
„ 261. Add to note 8. " William Marshall, Rector of Todwick died circa 1535. 

Hunter's 'South Yorkshire, ' ii. 160." 
,, 263. line 1. Note that adm'on of Agnes Marshall of Dimbleton, in parish of 

Easington, was granted to Mary .Smith, 31 Jan., 1625. 
„ 266. line 11. dele Keckonfield, and rend, Lecon field ; linn 17, for "of 

Skipton,'" read, " of Shipton, labourer." 
„ 267. line 12. Add note. "In Marton, ' Katheren Marshall wife of Peter 

Marshall, rich man.' List of Roman Catholics in the co. of York in 1604. 

By Edward Peacock, p. 125." 
„ „ Add to note 5. " Elizabeth the relict having renounced. 
„ 268. Note 6. .Samuel Tooley was of Beverley, Mercer. Roger Marshall of 

Scorborough, clerk, made his will 26 Oct., 1648. Mentions sisters 

Isabell, and Frances Marshall. Brother George Thompson. Appoints 

wife Elizabeth executrix and residuary legatee. 

Marmaduke Marshall was presented to the Rectory of Scorborough by 

Henry, Earl of Northumberland, 27 July, 1620. Liber Institution-urn 

{Pub. Rec. Office.) Ser. A. Vol. i.fo. 45. ILtrthUl Deanery. 
„ 270. Add toll. "The will of Edward Marshall, of Tadcaster, gent., was 

proved at York, in January, 1742. 
,, 278. Add after line 2. "Adm'on of Thomas Marshall of Aughton to Eliz- 
abeth his widow, 2 Nov., 1625." 

Add to footnote. "Jackson's ' Doncaster Charities,' p. 120." 
„ 284. Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Oates. In a pediprec of Oates at p. 97, 

of Whitaker's ' Loidis and Elmete,' he is called Willi nn. 
„ 285. Frances and Elizabeth daughters of John Marshall and Bainbrigge died 

at Southsea in 1884. See ' Times ' Newspaper of 2 and 25 June, 1884. 
„ 288. Henry Cowper Marshall, died at Derwent Island, Keswick, 14 Oct., 

1884, aged 76. 
„ 295. No. XXXIII. Anne Marshall was buried at Whatton, 23 Sept., 1670. 
„ 296. 11 th line from foot. For 1 725 read 1726. 
„ 299. lines 5 and 6. For 293 read 294 ; in following lines for 294 read 295 ; 

line 12, for 295, read 29 i ; line 13, for 294, read 295 ; line 14, for 295, 

read 296 ; line 29, for 296 read 297. 
„ 302. line I. Add note to Robert Marshall. "Party to a deed dated 26 

April, 1686. See Close Roll, 2 Jac. II. Part 5, No. 21." 
.. 307. last line. For ' Elenonorem ' read * electionem.' 

„ 308. line 7. Close Roll, 1649. Pavt 5, No. 12. Indenture dated 9 Oct., 1649, 
between Robot Clarke of North Dalton, co. York, yeoman, of one part, and 

George Marshall of Dighton, yeoman, Thomas Meadley of Fogga- 

thorpe in said co. yeoman, and Elizabeth Freeman of Manthorpc in said 

co. spinster of the other part. Said Clarke for £160 sells them a 

messuage and lands in North Dalton. 
,, 308. line 4 from foot. For " William " read " Richard." line 7 from foot, 

add this note, "At the end of the Hull Act Book, 1705, the will of 

Catherine Marshall of Otteringham, dated 27 Aug., 1677, is said to be in 

a bundle, marked reinfecta. 
„ 314. line 24. Add " M r Richard Marshall overseer." 
„ 315. line 16. For " Dated 1515" read "Dated 22 Oct., 1-518, proved 17 

Nov., 1515. (11 Holder.)" 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 113 

322. John Marshall of Watton was not the first of his name there. Adra'on 
of Thomas Marshall of Clarkson House in the parish of Watton was 
granted to Martha his widow, 8 Oct., 1639. 

The will of Katherine Marshall of Otteringham, widow, is dated 27 
August, 1677. She mentions her sons Matthew and Thomas, and makes 
her daughter Hellen Clyoate, executrix. She died, and her husband 
Robert Clyoates did swear to execute the will. 

325. last line. For " Is.'' read "1 ;" and to line above add note, "Thomas 
Marshall of Maltby is mentioned in the preface to Dugdale's Visitation 
of Yorkshire (Surtees Soc.) as one of those summoned, but who did not 
attend." 

326. Inq. on Thomas Marshall 15-16 Henry VIII. For " 14 messuages " read 
"40 ; " after Middlethorpe insert. " Bathley, Irleshagh, Westhorpe, and 
Aykervng [Eakring]." Add at end "Inq. 16 Hen. VIII, Chancery, 
No. 74." 



APPENDIX. 

Tage 2. Add to No. 26. "1611. Oct., 23. Adm'on of Matthew Marshall of Aldc- 
burghe to Anne his relict." Books from Archdeacon's Registry at Ipswich 

„ 6. No. 46. The ' late wife ' mentioned in will of Thomas Marshall was 
Anne Sylyard. See Mis. Gen. et Her. 2 nd Series, i. 31. 

Jennet da. of Graves, in the entry of her marriage, in Doncaster 

Register 8 Oct., 1564, is called ' Joan Grave.' 

„ 7. line 8 from foot. For " 1641 " read " 1642." 

„ ,, last line but one. insert date "May 21." 

„ 8. line 2. For " Fosterd " read " Foster/' 

,, 12. No. 7 1. For " Farnton " read " Farndon." Add, " See as to the lease of 
the tithes of Farndon to Robert Marshall, 33 Eliz. 3S th Report of D.K. 
Pub. Rec. p. 373." 

„ „ No. 82. Add. " See extracts from Register of Seaton. Genealogist, v. 
109, etc." 

., 13. No. 87. ' Margeria Marshall do Wysebich,' was widow of Alexander 
Marshall, and one of the daughters and heirs of Alice Charles daughter 
and heir of John Davy. Alexander and Margery held a court at Over- 
hall in Bucktou 27 Henry VI. Their daughter and heir Elizabeth 
married David Orrell, whose son Sir Lewis Orrcll sold it. Blomefields 
Norfolk, vii. 300. 

„ 16. A further account of Nathaniel Marshall will be found in Malcolm's 
' Londinum Redivivum,' iv. 637. 

,, „ Two administrations should be added here : — 

87 a . — George Marshall of Morpeth, co. Northumberland. Adm'on to 

William Marshall his son, 27 Nov., 1657. 
87 b . — Ralph Marshall of Pocklington, co. York, bachelor. Adm'on to 
Margaret Hewett his mother, 13 Dec, 1657. 

,, 19. Charlotte Augusta Dring Drake relict of Charles Henry Marshall of the 
Cedars, Sydenham, married 2 nd b, 10 July, 1883, at S^Michaels ami all 
Saints, Sydenham, W. Knighton, LL.D, of Mortimer House, Sydenham. 

„ 26. No. 130. Add. "Close Roll 12 Car. II, part 14, no. 16. Indenture 
dated 7 Nov., 1660, between Edward Merriwether Citizen and Haber- 
dasher of London, and Mary Marshall of Lenham, co. Kent, widow. 
Mary Marshall buys of him for £30 a messuage in Barking, co. Essex, etc." 

,, 27. Add note to William Bissell. "Mar. Allegation at Worcester for William 
Bissell of the city of Worcester, Malster, ami Jane Marshall of b fc 
Michaels in Bedwardine, co. Worcester, about 18, daughter of Edward 
Marshall of the same parish, Chirurgeon. Testified by John Marshall 
brother of the said Jane. Dated 25 Feb., 1660." 

„ 29. No. 144. Marriage Allegation Commisory of Surrey. 6 Sept. 1676. 
John Marshall of S fc George Botolph Lane, bach 1 ', aged about 24, to 
marry Anne Lawrence of Crayford, Kent, single woman, aged about 24, 
at S l Saviour Southwark. 

„ „ No. 151. Fine Hillary 31 Car. II. Notts. Between Benjamin Mar- 
shall and Thomas Palmer, plaintiffs, and John Hanford, gent., and Sara 

R 



114 ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

his wife, defendants, of two mesa., 50 ac. of land, 12 ac. of meadow, 

40 ac. of pasture, etc., in Eastwood, Newton, and Shelford. Cou- 

si.lci ation £100. 
„ 33. No. 189. Transpose the children of Gell and Christopher Marshall. 

For '" monument of S l Saviours," read " monument at S l Saviours." 
„ 34. No. '201. "M r Hezekiah Marshall Chief Clerk of the Check at Dept- 

ford." See Add. MS. 29587, fo. 82. 
„ 43. Dele " No. 43. For ' Server ' read ' Sewer.' " 
„ „ Add to note of will of Richard Marshall of Wcstlawghton, "Inq. post 

mortem, (Court of Wards,) on Richard Marshall of West Laughton, 

gent., taken at Sleaford, 15 Sept., 15 James I. (1G17). Was seized of a 

capital messuage in Aalackby, etc., and close in Hawthropp. Died 20 

Feb., 3 James I. (1606). Richard Marshall is his son and heir, and was 

aged 21 and upwards at his father's death." 
Add to Index of Persons : — 

Lewes, Robert, 252. 

The references to Nicholas and Richard Orell should be 248. 

Salton, John, 23 pcd. 
Add to Index of Places : — 

Arkesley and Arksey are the same place. 

Dele Farnton, and add "ap. 12" to Farudon. 

Foggathorpe, 308. 

Massem (i.e. Massam or Masham), 255. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO VOL. II. 

Page 5. Add note to Mary Fotherby. " Her pedigree will be found in Walbrau's 

Antiquities of Gainford, p. 88." 
,, 46. Add to note at foot " German Pole was nephew of Ann wife of Thurstan 

Marshall, See Glover's Derbyshire, ii. 324," 
,. -17. line 16. For " 1820 " read "1620." 
., 5 ". last line. For " Adm'on October," read, " Will 232." 
„ 00. Kne 15. Read " Vol. i, p. 259." 



»1. i, page 145. For "John Lingard Rayner," read "John Lingard executor 
to Robert Rayner." 



INDEX OF CHRISTIAN NAMES OF 
MARSITALLS. 

Note that although a name frequently occurs more than once on the same page 
only one reference is made. 

Names are given under their modern spellings, thus for Bartylmew see Bar- 
tholomew, or for Expofer see Christopher. 

When a person has more than two names initials only are given. 

Wives are here indexed as Marshalls, as well as under their maiden names in the 
other Index of persons.. 



A. M. C, 112. 

Aaron, 194 ; app. 23. 

Abel, 191, 221, 326. 

Abigail, or Abigail, 8, H, 60, ioo, 132, 

139, 140, 219, 221, 280; app. 32. 

Vol. ii. 35, 69, 70. 
Abraham, 29, 80, 82, 84, 97, 117, 118, 

191, 197, 214, 228, 258, 267, 279, 282, 

283, 286, 287, 291, 293, 295, 323-3 2 5- 
Vol. ii. 57, 62, 75, 76. 

Ada-Beatrice, app. 19. 

Adam, 41, 60, 66, 200, 214, 320. Vol. 
ii, 34, 36, 85, 88, S9. 

Agnes, 2, 23 ped., 28, 31, 33, 34, 42, 45, 
49, 5i, 55, 56, 59, 62, 63, 72, 75, 79, 
80, 84, 85, 87, 89, 98, 100, 101, 103, 
112, 114, 115, 127. 130, 142, 197, 
200-203,205-207, 209-21 r, 216,219, 
225. 226, 233, 235, 236, 238, 249-258, 
260, 265, 311, 316, 327 ; app. 1, 4, 5, 

7, 8, 12, 18, 19, 22. Vol. ii. 4, S, 9, ir, 
16, iS, 30, 32-34, 36, 37, 40-42, 54, 
60, 64. 66, 84, 85, 91, 106, 112. 

Alexander, 56, 58, 64, 73, 77, 98, 99, 
103, 108-110, 117, 152, 159, 180, 185, 
1S7, 1 89, 194, 225, 253, 257 ; app. 7, 

8, 21, 29, 35. Vol. ii. 2, 74, 77, 79, 

113. 

Alfred, app. 19. 

Alice, Ailce, Ales, Alee, Ayles, Alis, 
Alse, Alst, etc., 16, 23 ped., 29, 30, 
32-34, 36, 38, 40, 4i, 43, 49, 52, 54- 
57, 59-64, 66, 71, 73-80, 82-85, 87, 
89-91,93, 97,99, 102-105, io 7> u 3> 
114, 116, 119, 12 r, 123-130, 141, 142, 
148, 154, [56, 176, 178, 182, iSS, 197, 
200-205, 208, 209, 212, 216, 226, 
228-233, 235-238, 242-246, 248-250, 
252, 259-263, 266, 273-275, 281, 283, 

284, 290, 29 1, 294. 298, 299, 306, 
308, 311 ; app. 2, 4, 6-9, 12-15, 17, 
23, 26, 29, 37, 38, 41, 43, 44. Vol. 
ii ; 1, 2, 10-12, 16, 20, 26, 27, 31, 32, 
34, 45, 53, 57, 59, 60, 62, 64, 66, 67, 
70, 73-76, 84, 88, 89, 97, 99. 



Alice-Const:mce, app. 19. 

Alison, or Alyson, 199, 210, 251, 252, 

255- 2 57 ; app- 5- Vol. ii, 41. 
Althea, 41. Vol. ii. 58. 
Alysa, 72. 
Ambrose, 23 peel, 32-34, 36, 143, 313 ; 

app. 34, 35- Vol. ii. 65, 99. 
Ambrosia, 57. 
Amphillis, 234. 
Amy, 20, 21, 32, 35 ; app. 17, 19. Vol. 

ii. 75, 8f. 
Andrew, 39, 40, 53, 161, 186, 197, iqS, 

261, 295. 299, 3'6, 32j, 321 ; app. ^, 

42. Vol. ii. 62, 81. 

Anker, or Anchor, 66, 74, 246, 262. 

Ann, or Anne, 2, 11, 15, 19-22, 23 ped., 
24-26, 28-J6, 38-49, 51-59, 61-84, 91- 
93, 95-97, 99, 102-107, 1 13-130, 133- 
135, 138, 143, 145, 147, 149, 152-156, 
159-163, 166, 168-170, 173, 177, 180, 
182, 184, 190, 195, 196, 198,202, 203, 
205-207, 209-216, 218-223, 227, 228, 
230, 232-247, 261-267, 269-2S0, 283- 
285, 288, 290, 292-297, 299, 300, 302- 
3°7, 309-315, 322-325, 327,328 ; app. 
', 3-i3, i5-!9, 22, 24-27, 30, 31, 34- 

43. Vol. ii. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7-9, 11, 13-15, 
17, 21-23,27,30, 32,37,39-4i,44-5o» 
52, 53, 57-63, 65-73, 75-77, 79-84,92, 
97, 99, 104, 106, 107, 1 10- 1 13. 

Ann-Gowan, app. 21. 

Ann-Ridley, 60. 

Anne-Eliza, 289. 

Anna, 37, 46, 48, 50, 10 r, 117, 126, 133, 

151, 165, 190, 230, 233, 237, 238, 243. 

245, 302, 312 ; app. 11, 15, 16, 19, 

21, 29. Vol. ii. 5, 27, 2S, 64. 
Anna-Jane, app. 2r. 
Anna-Maria, 14, 15 52, 64. Vol. ii. S2. 
Annas, 45, 204, 212, 225. 
Amies, Anueys, Annis, or Annys, 51, 

52, 55, 86, 93, 100, 123, 124, 135, 

199, 200, 206, 212, 243, 292. Vol. ii. 

26, 40. 



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INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



Anthony, 52, 61-63, 66, 82, 92, 99, 104- 
106, 126, 128. 135, 151, 177, 1S0, 184, 
J 91, 195, 197. '9 X , 217,224, 225,228, 
251, 257, 258, 262-264, 268, 271, 291, 
297, 299, 3°°, 32', 322 ; app. 6, 7, 37, 
39. Vol. ii. 21, 30, 35, 41, 48, 52, 62, 
99, I05. 

Antonia, 271. 

Apperlina, 79. 

Aquila, 246. 

Arabella, 58, 170. 

Anninall, 242, 305. 

Arthur, I/, 19, 2r, 22, 31, 44, 71, 72, 

71, S3, 106, 119, 134, 2S8 ; app. 17, 

20, 34. V<-1. ii. 50, 65. 
Augustine, 97-99, 137, 178, 261. 
Augustus, Vol. ii. 62. 
Averill, 243. 
Avis, 1. 



B. M. C, 112. 

Barbara, 25, 26, 29, 30, 60, 70, 71, 74, 

I2 7> '59. 1S8, '-94, 218, 219, 2S5 ; 

app. 12, 30. Vol. ii 45, 46, 68, 73-76, 

ic6. 
Barnaby, app. 12. 
Barnard, or Bernard, 57, 60, 98, 214, 

281, 306, 325. 
Bartholomew, 123, 124, 126, 205, 279, 

322. Vol. ii. 99. 
Bathsheba, Vol. ii. 82. 
Bathshua, 281. 
Beatrice, Betres, Bettris, etc., 7, 75, 76, 

82, 158, 1C3, 190, 201, 203, 236, 241, 

243, 249, 255, 263, 320. 
Beaumont, 231, 233. Vol. ii. 82. 
Benjamin, 136, 139, 144, 149, 166, 183, 

185, 189-191. 224, 240, 278, 298, 303 ; 

app- 7-9, 13, 29, 34, 41- Vol. ii. 6, 

5°, 59, 65, 80, in, 113. 
Bennett, 142, 143, 197. Vol. ii. 109. 
Bertram, app. 19. Vol. ii. 43. 
Bethia, Vol. ii. 83. 
Biggan, Vol. ii. 70. 
Blanch, 273, app. 20. 
Bourchier, lit. 
Bourchier-Mervyn, 112. 
Brian, or Bryan, 30, 38, 39, 49, 58, 64, 

71, 79, 82, 243, 252-254, 272, 296, 
2 97, 299, 304, 321, 324. Vol. ii. 32, 
34, 35, 37, 39, 4°, 62, 64, 83, 92. 

Bridget, or Brklgit, 45, 53, 55, 58, 66, 

72, 74, 79, 102, 103, 144, 215, 227, 
265, 266 ; app. 2, 5, 7, 43. Vol. ii. 
2, 30, 36, 48, 5°, 65. 



C. A. D., app. 19. 
C. A. L., 288. 
Caleb, 198. 

Caroline, 289, 316; app. 19. Vol. ii. 
84. 



Caroline- Augusta, app. 21. 

Caroline-Mary, app. 20. 

Carr-Brackeubury, 14. 

Cartwright, Vol. il 78, 79. 

Cassandra, 64. 

Castina. Vol. ii. 6r. 

Catherine, sec Katherine. 

Catherine- Alice, 289. 

Cavendish, 149. 

Cecily, Cecilie, Cecillye, Ciceley, Cecyll, 
Cyceley, Cecill, etc., 23 ped., 24, 25, 
72, 86, 90, 91, 199, 202, 206-208, 
225, 242, 248, 249, 254 ; app. 5, 11, 
37, 3 8 - See Sicily. 

Charity, 23S, 239. 

Charles, 2, 9-13, 18, 52, 56, 58, 93, HO, 
III, 113, 121, 153, 177, 185, 186, 
192, 194, 239, 243, 244, 271 ; app. 7, 
15, 16, 19, 26, 29, 33-35, 43. Vol. ii. 
80, 82. 

Charles- Alexander, app. 21. 

Charles-Bawdwen, 15, 27. 

Charles-Henry, app. 19. Vol. ii. 113. 

Charles-Robert, 14, 1 5, 27. Vol. ii. 82. 

Charlotte, 15, 285. Vol. ii. 81. 

Charlotte-Helen, app. 19. 

Chartery, Vol. ii. 60. 

Christabell, 255. Vol. ii 41. 

Christian, or Christiana, ^S, 48, 55, 74, 
201, 227 ; app. 27. 34, 37, 38. Vol. ii. 

2, 9, ii.55.79- 

Christopher, 29, 30, 32, 39, 42, 43, 45, 
48, 49, 56, 58, 60, 69, 71, 77, 79, 81, 
103, 108, no, 115, 119, 131, 133, 136, 
137, 141, 142, 158, 178, 179, 181, 
1S2, 185, 187, 190, 197,208-210,214, 
218, 219, 222, 225, 231, 241, 244, 250, 
252, 254-259, 261, 264, 269, 273-27S, 

281, 291-293, 29S, 304, 305,309, 311, 

314,319,323-325: app. 1-3,5. 8-1', 
! 7, 3 r , 33> 4°- Vol. ii. 16-19, 26-2S, 
34, 35, 37-4°, 4 2 , 57, 64, 65, 72-74, 
7S-81, 100, 107, 1 14. 

Christopher- Walter, 60. 

Christine, 207. VoL ii, 64. 

Cicely-Mary, 289. 

Clara, app. 19. 

Clare, 243. 

Clemence, app. II. 

Clemens, 207. 

Clement, ico, 238. Vol. ii. 4S. 

Clementina, app. 20. 

Coate, 48. 

Colleberry, 190 ; app. 40. 

Climment, 227. 

Constance, 106 ; app. 32. 

Constance-Eleanor, 289. 

Content, 152. 

Cordelia, 2SS. 

Cornelius, 56. 

Corrydon, t,^,, 48, 49. 

Court, Vol. ii. 60. 

Cracroft, 15. 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



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Cracroft-Macdonald, 27. 
distance, 92. 

Cuthbert, 57, 78, 88, 152, 1 59, 175, 
1 88, 204, 310. Vol. ii. 34, 41. 



Damaris, 195. 

' Dame,' 87. 

Daniel, 50, 78, 130, 229, 233,304 ; app. 

II, 12, 23. Vol. ii. 22, 62, {to. 
David, 73, 75, t6o, 164, 166, 169, 17 1, 

179, 1S7, 190, 191, 2S7, 306, 325 ; 

a PP- 37-4°) 4 2 - Vol. ii. 83. 
Debora, or Deborah, 72-74, 113, 138, 

153, 203; app. 41. Vol. ii. 58,70. 
Denzal, 309. Vol. ii. 72. 
Diana, 76. Vol. ii. 96. 
Digory, or Degory, 1 50, 187, 197 ; app. 

18. 
Dina, or Dinah, 31, 51, 52, 82, 129, 

269, 291. 322. Vol. ii. 70, 77. 
Diones, Dinis, Dianes, etc., 235-237 ; 

app. 8. Vol. ii. 64. 
Dionisius, 308. 
Dora, app. 19. 

Dorcas, no, 247. Vol. ii. 66. 
Dorothy, or Dorothea, 2, 6, 22, 23 fed., 

3 2 . 33, 3 6 , 4°, 4i, 49. 5°, 5y, 62, 66- 

68, 70-73, 77, 79, 93, 95, 99, ioo, 

103, 105, in, 115, 116, 131, 134, 

135, 145, 168, 1S7, 203, 206, 208, 

2IO, 211, 217, 23T, 233, 237-239, 
24I, 242, 263, 265, 266, 273, 280, 

290, 299, 305, 307, 311 ; app. 6, 18, 
22, 23, 29, 33. Vol. ii. 17, 19, 23, 
26, 27, 34-17. 39, 4 2 "14, 46, 58, 64, 
66, 92-95, 97, 99- 
Dousabel, Si. 



E. E. A. J., 112. 

Eadon-Cecil, app.' 21. 

Earl, 228. 

Ebenezer, 223. 

Edith, 43, 64, 109, 204, 264 ; app. I, 
17. Vol. ii. 22, 84. 

Edraond, or Edmund, 2, 5, 16, 27, 42, 
57, 60, 64, 69, 73, 92, 95, 96, 102, 
105, 114, 136, 144, 153, 177, 179, 
187, 219, 226, 230, 240, 242, 299, 
321, 323, 328 ; app. 10, 29, 35. Vol. 
ii. 17, 19, 32, 44, 83, 97, no. 

Edmond- Henry, 2S9. 

Edward, 28, 29, 41, 42, 44, 45, 49, 52, 
55-58, 61, 63, 64, 06-74, 81, 89, 95, 
98, 99, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107, 108, 
113, 114, 116-119, 127-130, 132, 14 r, 
143, 147, 148, 162, 166, 167, 174, 176, 
178, 180-187, 191, 193-195, 19S, 200, 
209, 211-213, 216, 217, 224, 227, 228, 
23', 233-236, 240-245, 252, 255, 258, 
261, 263, 265, 267, 270, 2S1, 293-296, 
298, 299, 301, 306, 311,317-319, 321, 



323-326 ; app. 4, 8-10, 17.19, 21, 23, 

25, 27, 32, 34, 36, 37, 41-43. Vol. ii. 
2, 8-1 1, 21, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 35, 41. 
45, 46, 48, 51, 59, 60, 73, 74, 76, 78- 
82, 102, 103, 105, 107, 108, no, 112, 

I! 3- 

Edward- Athelstane, app. 1 9. 

Edward-Brackenbury, 15, 27. 

Edward-Jacques, 239. 

Edward-Shearburn, app. 21, 

Eff'am, or Eftame, 131, 243, 282. 

Eleanor, Elenor, Elionor, Elinour, El- 
ner, Ellianor, Ellinor, Ellenor, Ellena, 
etc., 25, 33, 35, 42, 49, 54, 56, 62-64, 
70, 74- 77, 78, 92, 98, 105, 106, 113, 
123, 125, 129, 155, 177, 192, 195, 
239, 240, 242, 248, 250, 269, 305, 
309, 328 ; app. 3, 4, 11, 28, 29, 33, 
41, 42. Vol. ii. 13, 15, 16, 19, 23, 24, 
60, 66, 67, 70, 75, 83, 96, 101. 

Elias, 150, 186, 197, 223, 319. Vol. ii. 
81. 

Ellen, Ellin, Elene, Ellyn, Eline, El- 
linge, etc., 2, 30, 45, 53, 61-63, 67, 
70, 81-83, 86, 87, 91, 97, 99, 115, 
136, 137, 181, 196, 210, 213, 227, 
233, 235-238, 240, 246, 252, 265, 266, 
280, 288, 294, 296, 304, 324 ; app. II, 
12, 17, 20, 37,, 35. Vol. ii. 30-32, 46, 
53, 54, 56, 58, 66, 67, 69, 99. 

See Helen. 

Ellen-Jane, app. 20. 

Ellen-Susanna, 112. 

Elles, 209, 235, 236. Vol. ii. 71. 

Ellicia, 35, 79. 

Ellis, 33-35, 235, 256. Vol. ii. 69. 

Eliza, app. 19. 

Elizabeth, 2, 6. 7, H-14, 1 7- 19, 22, 23 
peel., 24, 25, 28, 29, 31-88, 91-96, 98- 
III, 113-116, 1 18-128, 130-134, 136- 
138, 140-144, 148-150, 152, 154-156, 
15S, 159, 161, 162, 164-173, 179, 180, 
184, 1S6, 188-196, 198, 200, 202, 205- 
229, 231-247. 251-257, 259-268, 270- 
282, 284, 285, 287, 288, 290, 292, 
294-296, 29S, 299, 302-304, 306-310, 
312, 313, 315, 316, 318, 321,323, 325, 
327, 328 ; app. 1-20, 22, 24-27, 29.44. 
Vol. ii. 1-9, 11- 13, 16-18, 21-24, 27, 
30-48, 50, 52-55, 57-77, 79, 81-83, 
91, 92, 95-104, 106, 109-113. 

Elizabeth-Butler, 245. 

Elizabeth-Deborah, 174. Vol. ii. 80. 

Elizabeth-Georgina, 1 12. 

Elizabeth-Margaret, 2S9. 

Elizabeth-Sarah, 60. 

Em, 55. 

Emanuel, 240, 303. 

Emily, 1 11 ; app. 19, 20. 

Emily-Frances, 1 1 2. 

Emily-Sophia, 1 1 2. 

Emma, Emme, or Eme, 35, 78, 101, 
155, 172, 192, 204 ; app. io. Vol. ii. 2. 



118 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



Emma- Jane, app. 21. 

Emot, or Emmot, 23 peel, 235, 237, 

238, 258 ; app. 33. Vol. ii 37, 99- 
Epham, 72. 

Epbraim, or Epheriine, 131, 262. 
Ernest-Leopold, app. 21. 
Ernestine-Emma, 289. 
Ivsi.is, nee Isaiah. 
l'.-ili;iH, 311; app. 13. 
Essabell, see Isabell. 
Esther, 47-49, 75, 1 17, 138-14°, H3. 

158, 189, 218, 224, 283, 299, 309; 

app. 37-39- Vol. ii. 34, 53. 

Sec Hester. 
Ethel, apj). 1 9. 
Eusabies, 229. 
Eustace, or Eustache, 92, 97. 122, 176, 

251 ; app. I I. 

Evelyn, app. 19. 
Evelyn-Adela, 2S9. 
Ezebell, see Isabel. 



F. E., 289. 

Faith, 75, 135, 205, 206, 212, 239. 
Vol. ii. 40. 

Fitz-Roy-Dykes, 289. 

Florea, 49. 

Florence, 289. 

Fortune, Fortan, or Fortuna, 74, 144, 
184, 194, 216. 

Frances, I, 10, 14, 25, 33-36, 38, 40, 
44, 47- 50, 5 r » 5 6 > 57, 61, 64, 65, 67, 
68, 76, 78, 80, 83. 84, 89, 90, 105, 
in, 113, 114, 143, 145, 151, 160, 
166, 169, 190, 195, 236, 239, 258, 

274, 276, 279, 280, 285, 29S, 301, 
3°7, 308, 314, 328; app. 7, 8, 13, 
14, 17, 19, 26, 35, 36, 42, 43. Vol. ii, 
1, 15, 22, 33, 37, 41, 56, 59-6r, 63, 
65,71-73, 76, 79, 109, 112. 

Frances- Charlotte, app. 20. 

Frances-Lavinia, app. 21. 

Francis, 2, 5-7, 23 fed., 27, 31, 44, 45, 
59, 63, 68-72, 78, 79, 95, 102, 105, 
113, 114, 121, 137, 156, 161, 162, 
169, 170, 178, 185, 189, 193, 196, 
208, 213, 214, 216, 219, 221, 222, 
224, 228, 232, 233, 235-237, 240, 
245, 246, 260, 265-267, 269, 273, 

275, 276, 280, 2 y8, 303, 304, 314, 
319. 321, 323, 325, 326, 328; app. 5, 
8, 10, 11, 15-17, 29,32. 34, 43. Vol. 
ii. 27, 42, 44, 45, 47. 4S, 50, 52, 55, 
63, 65-60, 71-76, 79, S2, S3, 94, 100- 
103, 1 1 1. 

Francis-Albert, 289. 
Francis-Orel, app. 21. 
Frederick, 57 ; app. 20. 
Frideswide, 218. 



Gabriel, 80, 243, 268. Vol. ii. 78, 79. 



Gabriella, 276. 

Gcll, 190; app. 33. Vol. ii. 114. 

Genat, Vol ii 30. 

Genett, 236. See Jenet. 

Geoffrey, Vol. ii. 89. 

George, 8, 9, 11, ;8, 24, Sir 24, 26, 28- 
30, 32, 33, 35, 37. 39. 40, 42, 46-4S, 
5°-53, 55-57, 62, 64-67, ;o, 74, 76, 
84, 89, 95, 96, 100. 103, 104, 107, 
108, 114, 115, 117-119, 127, 132, 
i35-'37, ^o-M 2 , 148, 152, 156, 158, 
162, 165, 170, 174, 176, 181, 185- 
189, 191, 192, 194, 196, 200, 202, 
203, 205-207, 209-211, 215, 220, 

224, 225, 228, 230-233, 237, 213- 
245, 247, 250, 252, 256-26O, 263, 
268, 27O, 275, 277, 279-281, 293, 
29S-3OO, 302, 304, 306, 308, 311- 
313, 315, 317, 319, 321, 324-326; 

app 1-8, Sir 5, 10, 11, 15-17, 22, 25, 
26, 32, 34-39. 42, 43. Vol. ii. 2, 18, 
21, 29, 34, 36-47, 50, 54-56, 58, 59, 
63, 65, 68, 72-76, 7S, 80, 82-84, 97, 
102, 104, 106, .S'(V 1 10, 111-113. 

George- Granville, 64. Vol. ii. III. 

George- Hibbert, 289. 

Georgiana-Christiana, 288. 

Gertrude, Gatred, or Garthrude, 72, 
101, 103, 141 ; app. 6. Vol. ii. 73, 

74- 
Gervase, or Jervas, 42, 45, 79, 141, 142, 

211, 226, 244, 278, 315. 323, 325, 

327; app. 35. Vol. ii. 61, 62, 73, 

78-S0, 98. 
Gilbert, 3, 142, 1S7, iS, 212, 254; 

app. 7, 8, 29. Vol. ii. 4-7. 21, 37, 

43, 4 s - S3, 97- 

Giles, 25, 70, 92, 126, 177, 247, 255. 
Vol. ii. 59. 

Gload, 246. 

Godfrey, 92, 95, 176, 311 ; app. 1. 
Vol. ii. 47. 

Gone, 47. See Joan. 

Grace, 2, 13, 14, 29, 31, 37, 39, 43, 45, 
49, 57- 74-76, 80, 81, 90, 9 1 , 95, f c8, 
1 10, 1 15, 142-144, 164, i6* ; 201, 205, 
210, 212, 218, 221, 233, 236, 243, 245, 
247, 254, 262, 267, 275, 279, 281-283, 
286, 287, 301, 306, 30S ; app. 2. 8, 
I2 > !7> 37, 38. Vol. ii. 12,26, 37,38, 
53, 58-61, 7h 74, 82. 96. 

Gregory, 133, 183, 207, 211,212, 311. 
Vol. ii. 1, 83. 

Griffith, \o ( \ 1S0. 

Gunnel, Vol. ii, So. 

Guy, 250, 259, 201. Vol ii. 37, 39- 



H. J. 0., i(2. 

Hamlet, or Hamet, 75, 177, 180, 205, 

218, 224 ; app. 2. 
Hanua, or Hannah, 29, 30, 37, 39, 44, 

50-52,54, 55- 58,6o, 61, 66-69,72, 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



119 



78, 82, 84, 93, 108, 136, 139, 150, 
163, 164, 188, 195, 197, 221, 224, 
2 3 r , 239, 241, 244, 245, 270, 271, 
279, 285, 290, 293, 308 ; app. 8, 29, 
34-37- Vol. ii. 46, 51, 59, 60, 62, 66, 
67, 70, 80, 82, 99, 102. 

Hannah-Bella. Vol. ii. 82. 

Harald, 119. Vol. ii. 75, 76. 

Harmon, 57- 

Hawtrey, app. 19. 

Helen, Hellen, or Hellin, 49, 74, 84, 
104, 134, 140,202,206,219,233,241, 

252, 294 ; app. 1 1. Vol. ii. 55, 62, 
73, 74, 102. See Ellen. 

Helen-Blanche, 289. 

Hellena, 34, 155. Vol. ii. 61, 64. 

Hellinor, 328. 

Henrietta, 15. Vol. ii. 7, 70. 

Henry, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, Sir 10, 11, 12, 14, 
17, 19, 20, 22, 2Sped., 29, 31, 32, 41, 
42, 45, 48, 49, 53, 54, 57, 60, 66- 
7i, 76, 77, 79, 82, 83, 87, 89, 95, 96, 
101, 103, ic8, 109, 117, 119, 127, 
J33, M 2 , 153, 156, 166, 175, 181, 
185, 190-194, Sir 192, 196-198, 200, 
202, 205, 206, 212, 217-219, 222, 
224-226, 229-23 j, 234, 239, 241, 242, 
249-255, 257, 259-262, 264, 266, 268- 
271, 2"73, 274, 297-299, 301, 304,305, 
307-9, 3ii, 313, 316, 318, 321, 322, 
3 2 4, 3 2 5, 3 2 7; App. 11, 12, 14, 18, 
19, 23-26, Sir 26, 2S, 31, 32, 35, 40- 
42. Vol. ii. 1, 2, 17, 19, 25, 28, 30, 
3i, 33-35, 4 2 , 43, 51, 55, 57, 59, 61, 
63, 64, 69-71, 73, 82, 85, 101, 103, 
109, no. Sir no. 

Henry- 1'awdweii, 15. 

Henry- Cowper, 288. Vol. ii. 112. 

Henry- Cracroft, 14, 15. Vol. ii. 82. 

Henry-Edgar, app. 19. 

Henry-Singleton, 15. 

Hephzibah, Vol. ii. i r 2. 

Herbert, app. 19, 20 

Herbert-Augustus, app. 21. 

Herbert-John, 289. 

Hester, 19, 47, 53, 55, 57, 64, 66, 71, 
73, 74, 80, 105, 138, 140, 219, 224, 
24 2 > 295, 3°9, 3 2 8 ; app. 3 6 - Vol. ii. 
4°. 69, 75. Sec Esther. 

Hezekias, app. 34. Vol. ii. 1 i-\. 

Honnor, 149, 1 68, 186, 194. Vol. ii. 71. 

Hubert, 74. 

Hugh, 67, 87, 98, 99, 10S-110, 158, 170, 
178, 192, 197, 226. 231, 234, 249, 

253, 255, 260, 262, 265, 266, 283-2S5, 
292,319; app. 2, 4. 'Vol. ii. 45, 53, 
66-69, So, 106. 

Hugh-John, 285. 

Humphrey, 57, 58, 75, 92, 95, 99, 122, 
124, 16S, 169, 194, 195, 197, 2 32, 
2 35, 2 3 6 , 239. 2 40, 3°6, 325. Vol. ii. 
45. 46, 103. 

Huntington, 309, 321. Vol. ii. 78. 



Igeett, Vol. ii. 32. 

Ingram, 121. Vol. ii. 43. 

Isaac, 36, 41, 42, 55, 78, 105, 126, 130, 
134, 169, 170. 228, 232, 279, 298, 
316, 317 ; app. 24, 34. Vol. ii. 71, 
72, nr. 

Isabel, Isabella, Issabell, etc., 7-9, 11-13, 
18, 23 pcd., 28, 32-36, 38, 40, 56, 61, 
66-63, 70, 71, 73-75, 79-81, 84, 98- 
101, 116, 124, 125, 128, 131, 134, 
142, 182, 187, 201, 202, 205-207, 210, 
215, 217, 218, 227-229, 233, 234, 238, 
243, 244, 261, 265, 266, 270, 271, 
273, 275, 285, 293, 302, 305, 316 ; 
app. 8, 20. Vol. ii. 15, 16, 30,34, 35, 

37,39, 42-44,46, 54, 5 8 , 59> 71-74, 

106, 112. 
Isabella- Anne, 1 5. 
Isaiah, 130, 182, 233, 234. 
Israel, 71, 26S, 269, 279 ; app. 6. 
Ivens, 267. 



J. A. G., 289. 
J. M. G., 2S9. 
J. P. S., 112. 

Jacob, Vol. ii. 84. 

Jael, 197. 

James. 23^,25, 27, 30, 31, 3}, 36, 
39-43, 48, 49, 51-53, 55, 57, 58, 64, 
68, 70, 73, 75- 77, 79, 83, 87, 88, 93, 
97, 99, 114, 115, 117, 118, 127, 128, 
i3 2 , 133, !5 2 , if>3. 156, 160, 163, 
166, 167, 169, 171, 172, 175, 177- 
180, 182, 185-193, 197, 198,210,211, 

219, 221. 222, 224 ( 226, 23O, 23I, 

237, 238, 246, 247, 252, 254, 257, 

261, 262, 264, 267, 276, 279, 291, 

293-295, 299, 302, 303, 307, 311, 

312, 314, 322-326, 328; app. S, 10, 
13-15. 22,25, 2 6, 29,32, 34,35, 38, 
40-42, 44. Vol. ii. 8-13, 26, 27, 30, 
3i, M, 35, 37, 4 2 , 44, 46, 53, 61, 69- 
72, 75, 76, 79-84, 98, 99, 103. 

Jatnes-Cuteline, 112. 

James-Macdonald, J 5. 

James-Garth, 28S. 

James-Plaxton, Vol. ii. 82. 

Jane, 2, 15-19, 21, 22, 23, ped., 25, 27, 
33-43, 45, \7, 49- So, 53, 55"58, 60, 
63, 65, 68, 70, 74, 75, 78-81, 91-93, 
95, 99, 101, 105, 114-116, 11S-120, 
122-124, 128, 130, 132, 134, 135, 
144. 145, 140, 150, 152, I5 6 ; 157, 159. 
161, 165, 168, 173, 176, 177, 179, 181, 
188, 189, 192, 195,196,200,206,211, 
212, 214, 215, 217, 219, 222, 223, 230, 
232, 234, 238-240, 242, 243, 246, 247, 
256, 259-263, 267. 269, 271, 273, 275 , 
278, 282, 285, 288, 294, 296, 29S-300, 
302, 304, 306, 308, 316, 321, 324; 
app. 3, 5, 7-9, n-13, '7, 20-22, 27, 
29, 3 1 , 3i, 37, 38- Vol. ii. 1, 2,4-6, 



120 



INDEX OF MARSH ALLS. 



9, 12, 15, 25, 26, 32, 39, 41-44, 52, 
54, 56, 58-63, 65-67, 69-76, 81-83, 
100, 104, no, 113. 

Jane-Dorothea, 288. 

Jane-Farwell, app. 20. 

Janet, 152, 170. Vol. ii. 3}, 35, 42, 54. 

Janet-Mary, 2S9. 

Jaruiee, See Gervace. 

Jasper, 104. 

Jeflry, 60. 

Jenet, Jennet, Janetta, or Jennetta, 15, 
45, 98, 199, 200, 202, 203, 205-207, 
211, 237, 243, 251, 252, 254, 255. 263, 
265, 268, 279, 282 ; app. 6, 8. Vol. ii. 

'5. 3 !> 33. 37. 4i. 42, 54. 64, 99- See 
Janet, Genett. 

Jenny, 241. 

Jeremiah, or Jeremy, 60, 82, 133, 182, 
281-284, 286, 287, 290-293, 296, 299, 
324. 3 2 5 5 app. i, 17- Vol. ii. 53, 
57,81, 102. 

Jerome, 71. 

Jervas, See Gervase. 

Joan, Joane, Jone, etc., 39, 41, 46-48, 
5°. Si, 58, 62, 63, 66, 70, 72, 74-76, 
80, 87, 91, 93, 96, 98, 100, 101, 103, 
105, 106, 117, 119, 121, 122, 124, 
126, 131, 181-183, 196, 197, 200,202, 
204,214-216, 218, 220, 229, 234, 242, 
243, 246,249, 255, 257, 269, 271, 311; 
app. I, 2, 5, 7, 10-12, 17. 18, 30, 37, 
39-41. Vol. ii. 1, 8, 9, 11, 16, 20-22, 
26, 27, 33, 36, 59, 64, 73. 90, 96, 105. 
See Gone, Joanna. 

Joanna, Johan, Johana, Johane, Johann, 
Johanna, Johanne, etc., 23 j)ed., 34, 
35,38,43,44.4 6 .47, \h 55, 62,63, 
68-70, 77, 87-89, 91, 96,97, 106, 109, 
123, 126, 132, 160, 176, 196, 197, 200, 
204, 208, 223, 236, 242, 249, 252, 253, 
256, 265, 271, 316, 320, 321 ; app. 5, 

10, 23, 28, 30, 38, 40. Vol ii. 20, 26, 
• 27, 56, 76, 77, 83, 96. 

Job, 311. 

John, 1, 2, 5, 7-1 1, 13, 14. 16-18, 20-22, 
23 fed., 25, 26, 28-41, 43-50, 52-95, 
97-102, 104-111, 114, 115, 1 18-137, 
139-228, Sir 188, 230-269, 271-277, 
279, 280, 282, 283, 285-314, 316-328, 
app. 1-5, 7-19, 21-32, 34-43. Vol. ii. 
1-3, 7-1S, 20-24, Sir 23, 26-88, 90, 
92-101, 103-107, 109-113. 

John-Benjamin, 194. 

John-Norris, 1 12. 

John-William, n 1, 2S9. Vol ii. Si. 

Johnne, 102. 

Jonathan, 287, 271. 

Joseph, 30, 37, 40, 44, ::;, 65-67, 76, 
78,8l, 83, II4, 121, 132, 133, 138, 
139, I44, 157, 159, I6l, 162, I65, 
186-I90, I94, 196, 198, 230, 240, 
245, 269, 276, 28l, 282, 284, 29O, 
291 293, 302, 3°3> 306, 309, 318, 



324, 325 ; app. 5, 8, 14. 39, 41- Vol 
ii. 13, 22, 35,47, 55, 57, 60, 70,81, 

i°3- 
Joshua, Si, 184, 193, 198, 240, 296, 

309 ; app. 23-25, 36. Vol. ii. 46, 83, 

102. 
Jonah, or Josias, 81, 185, 2S3-2S5, 291, 

2 93, 299, 324, 3 2 5- Vol. ii. 28,46, 

53- 
Joyce, 74, 76, 78, 104, 123. 125, 130; 

app. 37. Vol. ii. 66. 
Judeth, or Judith, 50, 54, 55, 58, 62, 

72. 94, 109, 129, 136, 139, 154, 194, 

261, 283, 287, 290-293 ; app. 34, 36- 

39. Vol. ii. 2, 9-1 1, 46, 48, 76, 98. 
Julia, 287, 312. 
Julia-Anne, 28S. 
Julian, 148, 186, 289; app. 38. 
Justian, or Justinian, 70, 103, 179. 



Katharine, 2, 9, it, 13, 14, 19, 25, 26, 

33, 34, 40, 41, 44, 48-5°, 55-57, 59, 
60,64, 67-71, 73-77, 79, be, 87, 94, 
96, 98, 100, 101, 103, 105, 107, 109, 
no, 116, 117, 136, 137, 151, 153, 
*57> 159, x 68, 171, 180, 186, 187, 
203, 210, 212, 214-216, 219, 222, 
225, 233, 238, 241, 245, 248, 251, 
258, 262, 264, 257, 270, 271, 285, 
302, 306, 308, 322, 323, 327 ; app. 1, 
3, 5,6, 8, 10, 11, 13-15, 18, 23-25, 
2 8, 3°, 34, 36, 43- Vol. ii. 8, 16, 17, 
28, 31-33, 37, 38, 42, 44- 45, 48, 52, 
55, 61, 62, 65, 68, 69, 73-75, 80, 83, 
89, 97, 100, 104, 112, 113. 
Kenelm, Keuholme,or Kellam, 2 1 8, 219. 



Lacy, 74. 

L?ctitia-Mary, 1 1 2. 

Lainey, 245. 

Lambert, 290. 

Lancelot, 74, 264, 268. 

Lanse, 227. 

Lascelles, 304, 307. 

Laura, app. 20. 

Lavinia, app. 19. 

Lawrence, 132, 209, 210. 229, 253, 263, 

304, 307 ; app. 9. Vol. ii. 60, 02. 68. 
Leicester, app. 3. 
Letitia, 1 10, 1 1 1. 
Lettice, 243 ; app 8. 
Leonard, 28, 102, 116, 209, 229, 252, 

257, 23. 204. 270, 278, 304, 310; 

app. 12, 42. Vol. ii. 39, 48, 58, 59, 

77. 82, ICO. 
Lewes, 49, 242. 
Lewis, 64, 1 68 ; app, 35. 
Libby, 305. 

Lionel, 263, 322 ; app. 19. Vol. ii. 43. 
Lionel-Francis, app. 21. 
Lomai, Vol. ii. t. 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



121 



Lora, or Lore, Vol. ii. I">5, 1 06. 

Louisa, 15 ; app. 19, 20. 

Louisa-Cecilia, 289. 

Louisa- Maria, app. 19. 

Louisa- Mary, app. 19. 

Lucy, 39, 4°, 43, '98, 214, 310 ; app. 7, 

15, 16, 19. Vol. ii. 23. 4S, 5S, 79, 81, 

no. 
Luke, 39, 29 r. 
Lurwis, Vol. ii, 72. 
Lustauua, 193. 
Lydia, 29, 39, 41. 65,83, 19c, 235, 236, 

246,293; app. 12, 15, 16. Vol. ii. 

58, 102. 



M. A. E. H.,289. 

M. A. L., 2S9. 

M. E. A., app. 21. 

Mabel, 204,210, 246, 314 ; app. 19, 37. 
Vol. ii. 30, 35, 42, 103. 

Macdonald, 15, 27. 

Matlger, 324. 

Magdalen, Mawdline, Maudlen, Mawde- 
lyn, etc., 33, 60, 62, 63, 66, 82, 93, 
127, 143, 182 ; app. 34. 

Maior, or Manger, Vol. ii. 34. 

Marconie, 43. 

Margaret, 2, 6-9, 12, 13, 16, 22, 25,27, 
28, 30, 33-35. 37-43, 45-49, 53-56, 
58-66, 70-75, 77, 79, 81-83, 85,. 87, 
89, 9 2 > 93, 98, ioi, 102, 104, 105, 
107, 109, 111, 1 13, 1 1 5- 1 1 7, 123, 124, 
126, 130, 132., 134, 137, 139, 140, 142- 

144, 147, 152, 155- 157-159- ; 6?, 
163, 169, 183, 1S9, 194, 195, 200-202, 

204-207, 21 I, 2 12, 2 14, 2l6, 217, 22 1, 

224, 226, 230, 232, 233, 2i,s-^-,7> 2 43, 
247-249, 254-259, 26 ', 203, 264, 266- 
270, 274, 277, 279. 280, 2S5, 293, 
295-297, 299, 305-308,311,318, 322; 

app. 1-3, 8-12, 15-18, 20, 22-20, 30, 
32, 41. Vol. ii. 1, 2, 5. 7-9, 16, 18, 
22, 26, 27, 29, 31-34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 
42, 45, 49, 50, 52, 54, 55, 6o, 61, 64, 
65, 68, 70-74, 77, 80, 82,97-100, 102, 
108-111. 

Margaret-Louisa, 289. 

Margery, 45, 54, 56, 62, 67, 71, 72, 75, 
76, 78, 89, 90, 98, 99, 107, 121-124, 
Dame 131, 175, 181, 197, 201-203, 
209, 213, 231, 250, 320 ; app. 11, 13, 
38. Vol. ii. I, 17, 19, ],}, 41,42, 113, 

Mariana, 228. 

Marian 45. 

Marian- Sophia, 43. 

Marianne, app. 20. 

Marion, 71, 109, 203. 

Marina, 41. 

Mark, 45, 50-52, 198, 205, 207, 223, 
232, 258, 303 ; app. 5, 17, 18, 37. 

Marmaduke, 2, 7, 24, 25, 26, 37, 56, 74, 
79, 83, 135, ^2, 227, 232, 258-261, 

B 



263, 322 ; app. 5, 35. Vol. ii. 36, 
38, 58, 68, 69, 77, no, 112. 

Marsy, 153, 186. 

Martha, ^, 34, 38, 41, 47, 48, 54, 56- 
58, 62, 65, 76, 78. 84, 107, 114, 116, 
147, 184, 218, 221, 238-2.40, 244, 272, 
285, 286, 293, 294 ; app. 12, 18, 29, 
30, 34, 42. Vol. ii. 15, 21, 22, 57, 
64, 80, 96, 98, 100, 113. 

Martin, Marten, or Martyne, 76, 92, 204, 
205, 307, 322-324 ; app. 9, 34. Vol. 
ii. 65, 80. 

Mary, 2, 6, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, 23 peel., 
24, 2 9, 30, 32-83, 87, 91-93, 96-99, 
101, 102, 104-106, 108-121, 123, 127, 
128, 130-132, 134, 135, 138-144, 148- 
162, 164, 166-171, 173, 174, 180, 182- 
198, 204, 205, 207-210, 212, 214,215, 
217-225, 227-230, 233-247, 260-267, 
269-272, 274-277, 279, 280, 283-288, 
290-297, 299-501, 303-309, 311-313, 
3 [ 6, 3 '7, 3 2 8; app. i-n, 13-23, 26- 
28, 31, 32, 34-38,40-43. Vol. ii, 1-3, 
5, 7, 9, 11, 16, 20-26,28, 30, 31, 33, 
36-39, 42, 44-49, 51-53, 55,57,59-77, 

81, 82, 95. 97, 99-102. 104, 106, 109, 
no, 112, 113. 

Mary- Alice! 288. 

Mary-Anne, 15, 67, 288 ; app. 21. 

Mary-Hannah, 61, 259. 

Mary- Hilda, app. 21. 

Mary-Jane, 289. Vol. ii. 82. 

Mary-St. John, 2S5. 

Mathew, 30, 32, ^7, 43, 48, 54, 67, 70, 

82, 144. 156, 197, I98, 2CS, 2IO, 215, 
218, 220, 224, 232, 238, 254, 272, 273, 

2 76, 300. 311, 322, 326; app. 6, 12, 

42. Vol. ii. 21, 28, 37, 39, 69-72,81, 

100, 113. 
Mathias, 72, 163, 1S9. 
Matilda, 248-250, 32a Vol. ii. 48, 64, 

85, 86, 88. 
Marven, 45. 
Maud, 2, 4, 249, 258, 263. Vol. ii. 27, 

36, 56, 85, 86, 88. 
Mercy, 104, 257, 2S2, 283, 290 ; app. 36. 

Vol. ii. 57, 62. 
Meriel, or Merialle, 79. Vol. ii. 17, 19. 
Michael, 39, 48, 69, 108, 127, 12S, 163, 

189, 206, 224, 238, 239, 258, 266, 282, 

291, 298, 306, 309, 310, 322, 327 ; 

app. 22. Vol. ii. 20, 38, 52, 58, no. 
Miles, 59, 98, 99, 2 75, 278, 325- Vol. ii. 

22, 30, 64, 100. 
Millicent, 43, 10S, 230, 232. 
Mill mot, 57. 
Miriam, 58, 

Moses, 56, 317 ; app. 34. 
Mycklyn, 105. 



Nancy, 290. 

Nathaniel, 7, 44, 179, 1P9, 213, 215, 



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INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



262, 203, 311 ; app. H, 12, 15, 16. 
Vol. iii. 102, 113. 
Nicholas, 2S-31, 43, 58, 61-65, 70, 71, 
76, 77, 80, 85, 86, 89, 97, 101, 104, 
106, 1 14-1 16, I2i, 125, 129, 134, 135, 
• 67, 175, 178, 182, 183, 190, 191, 196, 
197, 207, 208, 211, 2lS, 219, 235-237, 

239, 240, 246, 253, 254, 263, 265, 274, 
275. 2 99. 3"i 3'2, 323, 325, 326; 
app. 6, 7, 10, 17, 24. Vol. ii 8- 1 1, 
14. 28,31,36, 41-43, 50, 55, 74, 77, 
81 , 106. 



Oates, 197. 
Olive, app 35. 
Olive-Edith, 289. 

Oliver, 144, 184, 198, 208, 219, 222. 

Yd. ii. 99, IOI. 
Olyffe, 55. 
Original, vol ii. 74. 

Orm nd, 55. 

Oswald, or Oswoulcl, 10S, I So. Vol. ii. 
35- 



P. F. De R., 148, 185. 
Palmar, 321. 
Parnell, 98. 

Patrick, 18b ; app. 35. 

Paul, 23 ;*>(£, 141, 217, 218, 247, 274, 
319. Vol. ii. 47, 57, 70, 73. 

Peggy, vol. ii. 70, 71. 

Penelope, 241, 242. Vol. ii. 84, 104. 

Penyston, vol. ii. 83. 

Peregrine, 2 [4. 

Persevall, 142. 

Peter, 29, 41, 46, 47, 51-53, 58, 59, 61, 
63, 79, 81, 88, 91, 107, 161, 162, 168, 
187, iS9, 190, 194, 197, 212, 248, 
2 53> 255, 262, 264, 266, 267, 273, 
279, 280, 298, 307, 319, 320, 324, 
325 ; app. 6-8, 35. Vol. ii. 39, 40, 
43, 46, 52, 60, 64,72, 81, S3, 84, 103, 
112. 

Philice, vol. ii. 112. 

Philip, 93. 103-106, 117, 123, 124, 126, 
157, 166, 1S6, 197, 198, 234, 2S0, 
298, 312, 323, 325; app. 9, 12, 29, 
36, 40, 42. Vol. ii. 21, 27, 28, 83. 

Phillipp, or Phillippa, 237 ; app. 32. 
Vol. ii. 9. 

Phillis, 34, 52. 

Pliineas, 41 

Phoebe, 205, 293, 303. Vol. ii. 50, 77, 
81. 

Plira.se, [21, 

Pleasance, 90. Vol. ii. 56. 

Pleasant, 150. 

Polina, 44. 

Priscilla, 40, 41, 65, 71, 73, 74, Il6, 
159, l6r, 162, 188, 279; app. 32. 
Vol. ii. 61. 



Prudence, 217. 



It S. C, 112. 

Rachel, 54, 65, 69, 82, 93, no, 135, 

217 ; app. I, 8, 13, 40. Vol. ii. 59, 

8o , 83, 99. 
llaffe, see Ralph. 
Ralph, 2, 7-9, 11-14, 3'. 3-4, 38-40, 47. 

55. 57, 59-63, 72, 79, 88, 105, 121-125, 
144, 147, 151, 152, 166, 176, 181, 184, 
185, 191, 198, 201, 216, 255, 262, 268, 
274, 279, 308, 314, 320, 326, 327; 
app. 3, 10, 17, 27. Vol. ii, 36, 46, 54, 

56, 62, 64, 70, 72, 100. 101, 113. 
Randolfe, 90, 91, 176. 

Rare, 40. 

Rebecca, 53, 54, 56, 67, 73, 80, 90, 143, 
144, 149, 150, 162, 172, 188, 192, 194, 
197, 228, 239, 240, 262, 268; app. 17, 
18,19,32. Vol ii. 21, 27, 70, 71,76, 

77- 
Reginald, Ranold, Raynold, Reynold, 
Renald, or Reignald, 193, 215, 235, 
251, 257. Vol. ii. 193, 215, 235, 251, 

257- 

Reginald-Dykes, 289. 

Rhoda, 74. 

Richard, 2, 5-7, 16, 18, 23 ped., 27-41, 
45-55- 57, 5S, 60-63, 66-72, 74, 76, 77, 
80-83,86,87, 89, 91, 93-96, 98-108, 
113, 114, 119, 121-124, 126-128, 130- 
136, 138, 141-143, 145, 149-151, 154, 
155. »57, 159, 164, 166-16S, 170-173, 

I76, 177, 179, 180, 1S2-I90, 202-2C4, 
207, 2O9-213, 215-217, 220. 223-226, 
228-242, 244-246, 24S-254, 256-268, 
272, 273, 275, 277, 2SO, 29I, 293, 296, 

298-302, 3°4-3°6, 3°S, 310-312, 315- 
31S, 320-326, 328 ; app. 1-10, 12, 16- 
18, 20, 25, 27-29, 31, 40, 41, 43, 44. 
Vol. ii. 1-7, 9, 11-13, 26, 30, 34-3S, 
40-47, 5°. 52, 53, 55, 56, 58-65, 67, 
69, 77-79, 81, 83-86, 89, 90, 94, 97, 
100, 103, 105, 106, 10S-112. 114. 
Robert, 2, 5, 7, S, 10-13, 2 3 ped., 24, 25, 
2S, 30-36, 39-42, 45, 49, 56-58, 61, 
64-73, 75-77, 80, 8r, 85,87,91-93,95, 
97, 100-104, 107, 113-115, 117, 119, 
121, 127, 128, 130, 132-142, 144, 145, 
148, 154, 156, 157, 160, 165, 166, 168, 
! 75> 176, 178, 179, 181-185, 187-191, 
193-196, 198-203, 205-215, 217-221, 
223-225, 227, 229, 234-238, 240-244, 
246-261, 264-266, 268, 270, 274, 275, 

277-279, 28l, 2yl-294, 296-299, 302, 
304, 3°5, 307-316, 318-321, 323.328 ; 
app- ». 2 , 5. 7-13, 16, 17, 22, 23, 26, 
27, 34, 35. 40, 41, 43- Vol ii. 8-10, 
16, 20, 24, 26, 27, 30, 32-35, 37, 38, 

42, 44, 47, 49, 5i, 52, 54, 55, 59-65, 
69-74, 77-8o, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88-92, 
99-IOI, 109-113. 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



123 



Robert- William , 312. 

Roger, 2, 5, 16, 17, 22, 23 ped., 23. 25 

27,3 2 , 33,35,46-48, 5 [ > 5 2 , 77, 86 
92,94, 131, 177, 179, 182, 193, 196 
207, 229, 230, 232, 250, 254-256 
261-263, 267, 268,311, 317, 320,323 
326, 328; app. I, 17. Vol. ii. I, 
9, 11, 37. 38, 41, 55, 59, 64, 85- 

91, 96, U2. 

Roland, 31, 268, Vol. ii. 53, 66, 68. 

Rosa, 62 ; app. 10. 

Rosamond, 127, 182, 229. Vol. ii. 55, 

75- 82 - 99- 
Rosamund- Stewart, 289. 
Rose, 49, 216, 244 ; app. 2, 13, 17, 37, 

39. Vol. ii. 99. 
Ruth, 292, 312 ; app. 42. Vol. ii. 64. 



S. J. E., 289. 

Salathiel, 104. 

Sally, app, 20. 

Sampson, Vol. ii. 44. 

Samuel, 2, 17, 19, 20-22, 29, 38, 53, 57, 

58, 61, 64, 73, 75, 78, 79, 93, 99, 107, 
ioi, 123, 128, 129, 134, 139, 140, 
143, 147, 169, 172, 177, 180. 181, 184, 
187, 190-194, 196, 197, 205, 219, 223, 
-3 1 , 2 38, 245, 246, 262, 267, 2S0- 
283, 290-294, 298-300, 303, 311, 312, 
3I7-3I9, 324-327 ; app. 9, Sir 9, ir, 
12, 17, 24, 26, 29, 32, 34, 36, 42, 43. 
Vol. ii. 13, 21, 35, 43, 44, 46, 49, 57, 
82. 97, 101, 102. 

Sarah, 29, 31, 41-43, 46, 50-54, 56, 57, 

59, 61, 62, 65-69, 71-73, 77, 78, 84, 
94, 103, 105, in, 117, 123, 125, 127, 
I 3 2 , '59-141, 152-154, 161, 162, 166- 
169, 171, 173, 174, 183, 186, 187, 189, 
192, 194, 195, 215, 218-220, 222,227, 
228, 230, 232-235, 239-242, 244-246, 
266, 276, 281-287, 290-294, 297, 298, 

302-304, 309, 311, 3T2, 315, 325, 328; 

app. 8-12, 14, 17, 21, 25, 29-34, 36- 
39, 43- Vol. ii. 2, 13, 20, 21, 27, 28, 
36, 46, 56, 59, 63, 64, 70, 73, 74, 76, 
77, So, 81, 84, 94, 95, 97, 98, 100, 
102, 109, in. 

Sarah -Amy, ill. 

Sarah- Jane, 313. 

Sence, 58. 

Senche, 253. 

Senoe, 237. 

Seth, 244, 245. 

Sherard-Paul, 1 1 2. 

Sibil, Sibbill, Sybbel. Sibbelly, etc., 31, 
49, 74, 123, '24, 194, 250, 256. 322 ; 
app. 2, 12, 40. 

Sicily, or Sisseley, 23 fed., 49, 70, 140, 
327 ; app. 37, 38. Vol. ii. 73, 74. 
$ce Cecily. 

Silvester, 107 ; app. 32. Vol. ii. 63. 

Simon, 33, 35, 102, 157, 159, 160, 1S4, 



189, 197, 198, 201, 202, 207, 210, 215, 
225, 229, 232 ; app. I, 3, 16, 27, 29. 
Vol. ii. 48. 

Skillun, or Shilling, Vol. ii. 63, 79. 

Solgard, Vol. ii. 80. 

Sophia, 15, 57, 68, 69, ill ; app. 19. 

Stawell, 57. 

Stephen, 70, 71, 87, 96, 106, 120, 129, 
168, 177, 181, 202, 206, 209, 220, 
225, 227, 243, 268, 293, 295, 296, 299, 
324, 325 ; app. 7, 8, 28, 32,43. Vol. 
ii. 49, 64-68, 106, 109. 

Susan, or Susanna, 2, 11, 16-18, 21, 23, 
27, 29, 39, 4°, 45, 46, 49, 5°, 53, 5^, 
57, 59, 68, 69, 71-75, 83, 84, 91, 95, 
96, 99, 108, no, 114, 117, 119-121, 

131, '35- H3, !5 2 , 153, 158, 159, 
165, 166, 168, 172, 182, 183, 191, 
192, 194, 195, '97, 205, 208, 212, 
213, 215, 217, 223, 225-227, 230, 232, 
239, 241, 246, 247, 266, 267, 277, 
279, 287, 290, 291, 293, 300, 302, 
304, 316 ; app. 6, 10, 12, 17, 1 8, 22, 
23, 26, 27, 29, 32, 35, 36, 42. Vol. 
ii. 3, 9, 1 1 -13, 15, 39, 42, 59, 60,65, 
7°, 7', 77,8i, 8j, 93, 99, 100. 

Susan- Frances, app. 19. 

Susan- Harriet, 288. 



T. M. B., 112. 

Tabitha, 7S, 1 1 7, 145-147, 189, 280, 
Vol. ii. 66, 67. 

Theodore, Vol. ii. 84. 

Theodosia, Vol. ii. 66. 

Thomas, 2, 5-13, 16-18, 20, 22, 23 ped. 
2 5> 27-39, 41, 42, 44-73, 75, 76, 78 
79-85, 87-102, 105-108, 1 :o, 113-1 15 
117-119. 121-136, 139, 141-144, 149 
150, 152-156, 158, 159, 164, 160-169 
s 7 l > '73-'95, 197-200, 202-212, 214 
221, 223-226, 228-246, 249-268, 272 
274, 276-280, 282, 286, 287, 290-328 
app. 1 -1 2, 17, 22, 26-30, 32, 34-43 
Vol. ii. 1-4, 7-11, 13-18, 21, 22, 24 
25, 27, $1-3$, 40-5 2 . 54-73, 75-82, 84 
88-92, 95-97, 99, 100, 102-104, 106 

"3- 
Thomas-Mervyn, III. 
Thurstain, or Thurston, 237. Vol. ii. 

45, I[ 4- 
Timothy, 29, 5C-52, 76, 172, 187, 192, 

238, 293, 323, 324 ; app. 2, 40. Vol. 

"• 57, 59, 6 9-7'. J 02. 
Tobias, or Tobie, 37, 106, 134, 183, 

231, 238, 259, 260, 276, 298. 
Tomasin, Tomsiu, Thomasin, or Thom- 

azine, 57, 93, 202, 210, 217, 234; 

app. 6, 12, 27, 40. 
Trophinus, 154. 
Troth, Vol. ii. 50. 
Tyrcolona, 43. 



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INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



Ursula, 2, 6, 31, 40, 44. 45. 36, 7 2 . 123, 
125 ; app. 33, 37. 39- Vol. ii. 77, 97. 
I'l-suhi-Wilhelmiua, 289. 



V. A. A., 289. 
V. A. G., 289. 
Valentine, 315- 
Verney, Vol. ii, 21 
Victor-Kmanuel, 1 5. 
Victoria, Vol. iL IIO. 
Victory, 264. 
Viney, 245. 
Vry, 94. 



Walter, }8, 72, 87, 136, 162, 163, 189, 
198, 243, 249, 251, 258, 320; app. 19, 
30. Vol. ii. 84. 

Walter-James, 289. 

Waters, or Watters, 198, 200. 

Warner, 178. 

William, I, 2, 4, 7-10, 12-15, 17, 18, 20- 
23, 23 p«/., 25, 27-46, 48-52, 54-64, 
66-72, 74-76, 78-88, 90-93, 95-109, 



in, 113-143, 145, 147-156, 159-162, 
165-168, 171, 173-1S9, 191-194. 196- 
198, 200-228, 230-243, 245-272, 274- 
282, 2S4, 287, 288, 291-309, 31 1-3 1 6, 
318, 320-328; app. I-20 22, 23, 26- 
29, 31-44. Vol. ii. 1, 2, 8-1 1, 14-20, 
22, 23, 26-47, 49, 5I-63i 66-87,89-91, 
98-104, 106, 107, 109-113. 

William- Ainslie, app. ig. 

William-Ernest, app. 20. 

William-Holmes, 239. 

William-Linford, 312. 

William-Ogilvie, app. 20. 

William-Ord, app. 21. 

Willielmina, 166. 

Wilmotte, app. 18. 

Wilson, 167. Vol. ii. 80. 

Winchester, 79. 

Winifrid, Wenefried, Wynefryde, etc., 
63, 67, 90, 215, 244. Vol. ii. 65, 80. 

Woodthorpe, 244, 246. 



Zachary, 61. 
Zenowe, 235. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Abbot, Abraham, 26 ; Alice, 26 ; Joaue, 

26 ; Marmaduke, 36 ; Mary, 26; Tho., 

26; Will, 26. 
Abbott, Ann, 82 ; Phillip, 9S. 
Aborue, Tho., 108. 
Addinall, Henry, 64. 
Addinell, Eliz., 58 ; Will., 58. 
Ager, Judith, 6. 
Aishe, Richard, 96. 
Aldburgh, Will, 38. 
Alexander, Sarah, 25. 
Allaley, Henry, 70. 
Allandson, Jennit, 38. 
Allanson, Robert, 36. 
Allatt, John, 82. 
Allayne, Richard, 30. 
Allen, Bartholomew, 68 ; Geo., 60 ; 

H., 40. 
Allenson, Will., 36. 
Almegill, Ann, 39. 
Alured, Christopher, 107, 10S ; John, 

107, 108. 
Amyes, James, 39. 
Andrew, Nathaniel, 100. 
Andrews, James, 82 ; Tho., S:. 
Angell, Eliz., iio; Robert, 1 10. 
Aunandale, Lord, 43. 
Anyon, Jenet, 32 ; Robert, 32. 
Arnold, Mary, 82. 
Ashburner, Will., 15 
Ashley, Francis, 101 
Ashton, John, 9 ; Johe, 9 ; Margaret, 

74- 
Askew, Ann, 101 ; Kath, 30 ; Tho., 

3°, 3i. 
Askwith, Leonard, 94 
Astlin, Eliz., 50 ; Francis, 50 ; Mary, 

50; Richard, 50. 
Athelston, Ric, 101. 
Atkins, Dame Rebecca, 49. 
Atkinson, Agnes, 55 ; Richard, 40 ; 

Robert, 56. 
Atkynson, John, 36. 
Awmonde, Roger, 54. 
Ayray, Geo., 40 ; Henry, 40 ; John, 40. 
Ayre, Johanna, 20. 



Bacon, Anne, 104; John, ioj. 
Badily, Tho., 98. 
Bailey, Mary, 25. 

T 



Baker, Eliz., 50 ; Margaret, 60, 

Ballarde, Tho., iS. 

Balle, Tho., 32. 

Bandinell, John, 6S. 

Banks, Tho., 31. 

Barker, Allan, 39 ; John. 32, 39 ; Tho., 

76. 
Barneby, Robert de, 85. 
Barnesley, Tho., 49. 
Barnfather, John, 104. 
Barrell, Ann, 97 ; Cath., 97 ; Francis, 

97 ; Frances, 97. 
Barrett, Tho., 12. 
Barrow, Tho., 31. 
Barton, Eliz., 63 ; Will, 64. 
Barughe, John, 37, 38. 
Bassock, Clement, 48 ; Robert, 48. 
Bateman, Joanna, 82. 
Baxter, Nathaniel, 111 ; Rebecca, HI ; 

Sarah, 25, 26. 
Bean, Mrs., 25. 
Beane, Alice, 53- 
Beavis, Alice, 11 ; Henry, 12 ; Richard, 

11, 12 ; Susanna, 12 ; Will., I?. 
Beck, Kath., 7 ; Tho., 7. 
Beckett, Tho., ^d. 
Beck with, Anne, i, 2 ; Thomas, t. 
Beck worth, Will., 95. 
Bedford, Anne, 100 ; Geo. 55 ; Tho., 

100. 
Bedfforth, ...,36. 
Beedam, Tho., 75. 
Beedle, Anne, 52. 
Been, Beatrice, 86 ; Robert, 86. 
Bekwyth, Alice, 84 ; Will., 84. 
Bekwyth, John, 89. 
Bell, John, 24; Mary, 24 ; Will., 2\ ; 

...,36. 
Bellenden, Eliz., 23; James, 23, 79; 

Jemima, 79 ; Mary, 79. 
Bence, Robert, 56. 
Benet, Gilbert, 98. 
Bennet, Stenchlie, 9. 
Bennifield, Tho., 107. 
Bennison, Sarah, 7°- 
Benson, Eliz., 49 ; Margery, iS. 
Bentley, Eliz., 24 ; John, 2 4. 
Berry, John, 31 ; Mary, 13 ; Tho., 31 ; 

Will., 3'- 
Beuley, Margaret, 6S. 
Bevis, Peter, 12. 



12G 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Bickerdioke, Jenett, 3S. 

Bigge, John, 97 ; Kath., 97. 

Bigfand, Charles, 98. 

Bflton, John, 57. 

Binks, Eli/.., 39 ; Isabell, 39; Marma- 

•hike, 39. 
Bingham, Anna, 104; Eliz., 16, 104; 

Qea, 104 ; Ralph, 16. 
Bissau 1 , Will.. 113. 

Blackburme, Alice, 40 ; Francis, 40. 
Blackett, Kliz., 23 ; Sir Will., 23. 
BlackwalL Cath, 19; Dorothy, 17; 

19 ; John, 19 ; Tho., 19 ; Sir Tho. 

>7- 
Blake, John, 89. 
Blakestone, Marmaduke. 6. 
Blakiston, Cath., 6. 
Blenkinshipe, Eliz., 43. 
B ew, Amu-, 6 ; James, 6. 
Blumer, Cuthbert, 42 ; Oswald, 42. 
Blount, Anne, 17 ; Thomas, 17. 
Blyght,Tho., 36. 
Blythe, Eliz., 41. 
Bogas, Will., 89. 
Boles, Ann, 70. 
B ileyne, Sir Tho., 26. 
Bonney, Tho., 32. 
Bonniugton, Geo., 75' 
Bostock, Joane, 24 ; Tho., 24. 
Boughtou, Stephen, 49. 
Bourchier, Eliz., 4 ; Sir John, 4 ; Sir 

Tho., 4. 
Bourne, Henry, 108. 
Bower, Geo., 63 ; Marshal, 63. 
Bowland, John, 36. 
Box, Alice, 50. 

Brackenbury, Agues, 4 ; Cuthbert, 4. 
Bradford, John, 16 ; Mary, 19 ; Tho., 

19. 
Bradley, John, 91. 
Braggs, John, 9. 
Braye, Johan, 26 ; Kirchin, 26; Tho., 

26. 
Braythwayt, John, 36. 
Breuand, Adam, 89 ; Robert, 89. 
Brennand, John, 88 ; Richard, 87, 88; 

Will., 88. 
Brereton, Ric. de, 88. 
Brett, Jane, 61 ; John, 21 ; Mary, 21. 
Bridges, Anne, 17, 19 ; Dorothy, 19 ; 

Will., 17, 19. 
Brigg. Alice, 99. 
Brockas, Eliz., 26 ; John, 26 ; Mary, 

26 ; Robert, 26. 
Broomhead, Emmot, 99- 
Brotte, Agnes del, 85, 86 ; Richard del, 

85, 86. 
Brotton, Mary, 52. 
r.rnunstede, John, 87. 
Brown, Eleanor, 98; Jackson, 98; Mary, 

25, 26. 
Browne ..., 3 ; Eliz., 3, 104 ; Mary, 38; 

liaif, 37 ; "Will., 37- 



Brownley, Mary, 75. 

Buckle, John, 39. 

Bucknall, Sam., no; Will., 110. 

Bullivant, Sarah, 77. 

Bullock, John, 18. 

Bunnes, Tho., 31. 

Burdeles, John, 108. 

Burdett, Anne, 24 ; Samuel, 24. 

Burne, Tho., 53. 

Burrows, Walter, 102. 

Burton, Anna, 64 ; John, 50 ; Mary, 

21 ; Moses, 21, 24. 
Burton, John de, 88, 89. 
Bush, ..., 49 ; Eliz., 65 ; Will, 65. 
Butler, Eliz., 25 ; Mary, 7 j ; Tho., 25 ; 

Will., 25. 
Buttery, Benj., 63. 



Calverly, John, 72. 

Calvert, Ann, 70. 

Campbell, James, 6. 

Candler, John, 94. 

Canler, Anne, 94 ; John, 94. 

Cannon, Jane, 4, 5, 6. 

Carlton, C. M., 7. 

Cartwright, Augustine, 79 ; Cath., 17 ; 
Eliz., 25, 26 ; Henry, 79 ; Jane, 
25 ; John, 62 ; Hugh, 62 ; Mary, 25; 
Phebe, 97 ; Will., 17 25, 78, 79 ; 

Carty, Mary, 6 ; Timothy, 6. 

Cattell, Thomasine, 97. 

Catterson, Dorothy, 64. 

Caunt, John, 65. 

Caw-dwell, Judith, 97, 

Cawood, John, 53 ; Robert, 53 ; Tho., 

S3- 
Cawton. Cath. 101 ; Henry, 101. 
Challand, Robert, 82. 
Challis, Grace, 10. 
Chamber, Gilbert de la, 10S ; Joh'an 

de la, 108. 
Chamberlain, Mary, 25. 
Chamherlaine, Tho., 107, 108. 
Chamberlayne, Mr. 25. 
Chambers, Edw., 27. 
Chindler. Joseph, 77. 
Chapman, Anne, 55 ; Martha, 55. 
Chappell, Winstor, 30. 
Charles, Alice, 113. 
Charleton, John, 52 ; Robert, 52. 
Chary te, John, 1 1 1 . 
Cheanie, Tho.. 49. 
Cheldray, .John, 92. 
( Ihicke, John, 9 ; Richard, 9. 
Clarence, Eliz., 83 ; Peter, 83. 
Clark, Edw., 1 10. 
Clarke, Briget, 101 ; Richard, 107 ; 

Robert, 112 ; Sam., 107; Will., 37. 65 
Clarkson, Nathaniel, 82 ; Richard, 100. 
Clavalo, ...,50. 

Clay, Will., 46, 78. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



127 



Clayton, Eliz., 63. 

Clerk, Jone, 103, 

Clerke, John, 91, 105. 

Clifton, Ann, 67 ; Geo., 67. 

Clint, Henry, 93 ; Mary, 93 ; Richard, 

93- 
Clyoate, Hellen, 1 13 ; Robert, 113. 

Coalsforth, Jane, 104. 

Coates, Eliz., 95. 

Coatham, Dinah, 70. 

Cocke, John, 37. 

Cokill, John, 90. 

Cole, John, 57 ; Mary, 57. 

Coleborn, Geo., 32. 

Coleborne, Alice, 32 ; Christopher, 32 ; 

Elline, 32 ; Geo., 32 ; Margaret, 32. 
Coleman, Agnes, 13. 
Colles, Grace, 65 ; Robert, 65. 
Collins, Benj., 96 ; Eliz., 96. 
Collyer, Jeremiah, 53 ; Margaret, 53 ; 

Nathan, 53. 
Commyns, Richard, 79. 
Conyers, Edw., 38. 
Cook, Benj., 70. 
Cooke, Tho., 37 ; Will., 92. 
Cooking, Eliz., 75. 
Coolies, Alice, 65 ; Robert, 65. 
Cooper, Eliz., 25 ; Francis, 25 ; Tho., 

67. 
Coozens, Anne, 62. 
Copplestone, Dudley, 12. 
Corker, Charles, 25, 26. 
Corner, Rebeckah. 72 ; Robert, "]2, 
Cosyn, Richard, 24 ; Will., 24. 
Cotes, Roger, 45. 
Cottam, Oliver, 73. 
Cotton, Eliz., 103. 
Cotton, Margaret, 48. 
Covvborne, Geo., 32. 
Cowburne, Christine, 64. 
Cowley, Alice, 50. 
Cox, Will., 25. 
Coy, John, 1. 
Cragge, John, 89. 
Craven, Dionis, 64. 
Crawshawe, John, 99. 
Croft, Will, 70. 
Crookes, Marie, 10 r. 
Crosby, David, 5 1. 
Cuburne, Anne, 92 ; Tho., 92. 
Cullen, Tho., 24. 
Curtoys, Dorothy, 109 ; Eliz., 109 ; 

Leonard, 109. 



Dadley, Arthur, 37. 
Daile, John, 48. 
Dally, Chartery, 60. 
Dale, Ann, 70;' Will, 4S. 
Dalton, Geo.. 97. 
Darbyshire, Tho., 60. 
Dausou, Will., 36. 



Davy, John, 1 13. 

Davye, Francis, 59. 

Dawson, Brian, 39; Eliz., 39; Isaac, 

53 ; Mary, 98; Sarah, 53 ; Tho., 52, 

98. 
Day, Eliz., 25. 
Deane, Francis, 101. 
De Clare, Isabel, 29. 
Dennys, Ellinor, 13; Mary, 13; Tho., 

13- 
Desborough, Eliz., 22 ; James, 22. 
Devonshire, Earl of, 78. 
Dewell, Ann, 25 ; Eliz., 109 ; Gratiana, 

25 ; Mary, 60. 
Dickinson, Will, 7^. 
Dinsdale, John, 70. 
Dobson, Jenet, 32 ; Rebecca, 82 ; 

Richard, 32 ; Robert, 32 ; Sarah, 70; 

Will., 32, 82. 
Dodd, Benjamin, 22 ; Joane, 22. 
Dode, Eliz., 70. 
Dodgooue, Richard, 38. 
Dodson, Cath., 61. 
Doe, John, 28. 
Donnell, Will., 64. 
Dowe, John, 85. 
Doweson, John, 88. 
Drake, C A. D., 113. 
Draper, John, 26. 
Drawer, Matthew, 96. 
Dring, Will., 68. 
Duncan, John, 69 ; Lucy, 69. 
Dunne, Henry, 67. 
Dutton, Mary, 20 ; Roger, 20. 
Dykmansone, John, 8-j. 



Easterby, George, 76. 
Eire, ..., 56. 
Elliot, Ellen, 67. 
Ellis, Walter, 38 ; Will, i< 
Ellyotte, Robert, 101. 
Ellyson, John, 64. 
Eshton, Jane, 43. 
Etherington, Richard, 107. 
Eyre, John, 24. 



Fairer, Robert, 32. 

Fanshawe, Dame Anne, 108 ; Sii 

Richard, 108, 
Farnefolde, Richard, 48. 
Farneworthe, John, 54 ; Nicholas, 54. 
Fawber, Anthony, 38. 
Ferour, John. 85. 
Fentyman, Tho., 94. 
Field, Sarah, 2 \. 
Finche, Anne, 18. 
Firmin, Edmund, 97 ; Eliz., 97. 
Fisher, Tho., 96. 
Fitchet, Tho., 75. 

Fitz-James, Joane, 105 ; John, 105. 
Fletcher, Job, 31 ; Will., 31. 



128 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Flint, Will., 98. 

I'l v, Eliz , ( '. 

Flower, Tho., 78 ; Will., 7s. 
■ Tho., 39- 
, Tli. 1., 91 ; Will., 95. 
Forth, Ann, 40. 

, M'gr, 61. 
Fotherby, Edmund, 5, 7, 114 ; Mary, 5, 

7, 1 14 ; John, 7. 
Fotherlay, Hannah, 70. 
Fox, Kli/. , 62 : Margaret, 15 ; Tho., 

40 ; Will., 85. 
Foxe, Tho., 38. 
Francklyn, Gregory, 98. 
Freeman, Ann, 5, 75; Eliz., 112: 

Richard, 4, 5. 
French, Alexander, 98. 
Freer, Major, 57. 

Frevell, Beatrice, 26 ; Robert, 26. 
Friflhy, Eliz., 76 ; Peter, 24. 
Frith, Joeiah, 97 ; Mary, 82. 
Frost, Tho., 109. 
Fuller, Edw., 97. 
Fry, John, 105. 



Gabiy, John, 24; Mark, 24 ; Sam., 24. 

Gad, Will., 67. 

Gambling, John, 93. 

Gardiner, Agnes, 16 ; Leonard, 16. 

Gardner, Abigal, 70. 

Garnon, Eliz., 101. 

Garrard, Geo., 25. 

Garway, Nicholas, 98. 

Gatward, Sam., 23. 

( 1 1 'are, Mary, 9. 

1 1 inninges, ..., 103. 

Gibson, Christopher, 64 ; Sir Richard, 

16. 
Gilbertson, Richard, 39. 
Oilman, Eleanor, 16 ; Samuel, 16. 
Gisbey, Charles, 26. 
Gleson, Jane, 41. 
Glover, Agnes, 42 ; Anthony, 42 ; 

Dorothy, 42 ; Eliz., 42; Jane, 42; 

Jeunet, 42 ; Laurence. 42 ; Peter, 

42; Richard, 42; Tho., 42; Will., 

42. 
Godard, Verney, 21 ; Will., 2f. 
Goddard, Dorothy, 17; Francis, 19; 

Tho , 1 7. 
Godfrey, John, 22, 108 ; Richard, 108. 
Golde, Jane, 12: John, 12. 
Goldsborough, Nicholas, 65. 
Goodin. Bridget, ^. 
< Joodlaii'l, Christopher, 9 ; Kath., 9. 
Gootteridge, Daniel, 2S. 
Gopp, John, 108. 
Gossip. Randal, 29. 

Gould, Geo., 13 ; James, 13 ; Sarah. 13. 
G ranger, Frances, 100. 
1 Irantham, Geo., 104. 
Grave, Joan, 64, 1 13. 



Graves, Benj., 51 ; Jerom, 61 ; Jennet, 
113 : Mary, 80; Susanna, 59. 

Cray, Mary, 97- 

Grayson, Jane, 93 ; Tho., 93. 

Greaves, Eliz., 99 ; Richard, 93. 

Green, Richard, 44. 

Greene, Tho., 107. 

Greenwood, Mary, 50. 

Greue, Christopher, 27. 

Grossam, Anne, 54 > Dorothy, 54; 
Jane, 54 ; John, 54 ; Tho., 54. 

Greton, Will., 83. 

Grey, Will., 96. 

Gritfeth, Joan, 59- 

Grimshawe, Isaac, 57. 

Grouger, Christofer, 33. 

Groot, Agnes, 12 ; Ebott, 12. 

Gully, Eliz., 73. 

Gulley, Edw., 74. 

Garden, Susauah, 60. 

Gurnell, Bryan, 30 ; Robert, 30. 

Gutherd, Will., 38. 

Gyune, Joane, 21 ; Richard, 21. 



Haeknay, John, 36. 
Haliday, Will., 86. 

Hall, Hannah, 65 ; Jane, 60 ; Mary, 
74, 75 ; Matthew, 65 ; Robert, 27 ; 
Tho., 65. 
Halle, Robert, 32. 
Hal lam, Auu, 103 : Robert, 66. 
Halliday, Ralph, 6S. 
Hallywell, James, IS. 19. 
Halmegill, Christopher, 39. 
Haltou, Isabel, 85 ; Will, 85. 
Halyday, Eleanor, 87 : Will., 87. 
Harnett, Sam., 25 ; Susanna, 25. 
Handcock, Alice, 96. 
Handford, John, 1 13; Sara, 1 1 3. 
Harbottle, Anne, 41 ; Richard, 41. 
Hardisty, Eliz,, 81. 
Hardman, Tho., 50. 
Hardy, Henry, 39. 
Hareaon, Myles, 40 ; Robert, 40. 
Harker, Joseph, 51. 
llarland, Ann, 40 ; Dorithy, 40 ; Edw. 

40. 
Harris, Abigail, 25; Alice, 12; Barthol- 
omew, 98; George, \z. 
Harrison, Agnes, 30 ; Eliz., 30 ; John, 
30; Isabell, 30; Michael, 30, 31; 
Rowland. 30 ; Tho., 51: Wilferey. 
92 ; Will., 31. 
Ilarte, Rebecca, 49. 
Hartley, Margaret, 1 6 ; Tho., 16. 
Hartou, Robert, 89. 
Harvey, Anne, 56 ; Mary, 49. 
Harvv, .lane, 49, 50 ; Mary, 2S, 49; 

Peter, 49. 
Harwood, John, 70. 

Haselden, Beatryce, 27 ; Eliz,, 27 ; 
Jane, 27. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



129 



Hatch, Geo., Si. 

Hatley, Johanna, 20 ; Philip, 20. 

Hausby, Lady Eliz., 108 ; Sir Ralph, 

108. 
Hawes, Robert, 20 ; Sarah, 20. 
Hawkett, Will., 109. 
Hawkin, Ellen, 94 ; John, 94, 
Hawkins, Mary, 76 ; Will., 109. 
Heard, Sir Isaac, 10 1. 
Heartfield, Peter, 57- 
Heecock, Eliz., 2 ; Richard, 2. 
Helmsley, Mrs 25 ; Timothy, 26. 
Henshaw, Eliz., 103. 
Hercy, Francis, 81 ; Lovelace, 81. 
Herryson, John, 30 ; Robert, 29, 

3°- 

Hesketh, Anne, 50. 

Hewett, Margaret, 113. 

Hibberd, Nicolas, 74. 

Hicks, Adam, 24 ; Edw., 24 ; Jane, 
24. 

Hill, John del, 89 ; Tho., 55. 

Hilles, John, III. 

Hiiliot, Dorothy, 103. 

Hinderwell, Jayne, 54 ; Tho., 55. 

Hird, Eliz., 34 ; John, 57. 

Hoale, Tho., 97. 

Hoare, Henry, 82 ; Will., 82. 

Hodges, Charles, 67 ; Eliz., 67 ; Fran- 
cis, 65 ; Tho., 65. 

Hodgkys, Ann, 103. 

Hodgson, .., 53. 

Hodilow, ..., 22. 

Hodilowe, Joane, 20 ; Will., 20. 

Holdsworth, John, 95. 

II oilier, Henry, 44 ; John, 44 ; Walter, 

44- 

Holmes, Isserbell, 38 ; Robert, 39. 

Hopkins, Allen, 99. 

Hoptro, Rose, 18. 

Hopwell, Tho., 67. 

Horuer, Leonard, I0 r >. 

Hornesey, ...,56. 

Horsly, Ann, 103. 

Horsman, Isbell, 59. 

How, Eliz., 25. 

Howard, Eliz., 26 ; John. 98 ; Mar- 
garet, 98 ; Tho, 26 ; Will., 43. 

Howett, Will., 51. 

Hovland, Amorous, 55 ; Margaret, 55> 
60. 

Hudson, Tho., 36. 

Hughes, Hugh, 76. 

Hulles, Henry, 19. 

Humphrey, Toby, 93. 

Hungate, Edm., iS. 

Huut, Adam, 89. 

llurdgon, Henry, 73. 

Hurdman, Benj., 82 ; Tho., 82. 

llurnard, Thomazin, 25. 

Husthwait, Richard, 37. 

Hutchinson, John, 65. 

Hutton, James, 27. 



Ibotson, Anne, 48, Hi; Eliz., 48, 1 1 1 ; 

Henry, 48 ; John, 48. 
Ingerson, ..., S3- 

Ingleys, Emmota, 87 ; Robert, 87. 
Inglishe, Richard, 37- 
Inkcrsell, Gilbert, 64. 
Ireland, Isabella, 72 ; Mary, 72 ; Mrs. 

2 5- 
Irelande, John, 10 1 ; Nicholas, 101 ; 

Richard, 10 1. 
Isaac, Eliz., 22 ; Joane, 22. 
Isacson, John, 89. 



Jackman, Edith, 22. 
Jackson, Ralf, 72 ; Robert, 37. 
Jakes, Phillis, 40. 
Jaye, Richard, 41. 
Jefferey, Herbert, 107. 
Jeffrey, Francis, 91. 
Jenison, Jaue, 44. 

Jenour, Eliz., 23 ; Sir Maynard, 23 ; 
Maynard, 23 ; Sir John, 23 ; Joseph, 

23- 
Jenuiugs, Cornelia, 81 ; Robert, Si. 
Johnson, Agnes, 42 ; Benj., 34 ; Eliz., 

42 ; Francis, 101 ; John, 34, 42 ; 

Margaret, 42 ; Mary, 39 ; Philip, 34; 

Robert, 42 ; Roger, 65 ; Tho., 24, 39, 

40. 
Jones, David, 109 ; Eliz., 109. 
Justice, Cath., 73. 
Juxon, Eliz., 49 ; Tho., 49, 50. 



Kay, Geo., 38 ; Jane, 40 ; Rait'c, 37 ; 

Will, 40. 
Keate, Hugh, 19. 
Keck, Sir Anthony, 4 ; Eliz., 4. 
Kettlewell, Will., 36. 
Key, Joshua, Hi ; Sarah, III. 
Keyworth, John, 74. 
Kidd, John, 92. 
Kidson, ..., 9S. 

Kimpland, Penelope, 1 ; ; Sedwill, 13. 
King, Alice, 16 ; John, 16, 99 ; Joseph 

98. 
Kinge, Margaret, 18. 
Kingston, Will, 70. 
Kitchin, Stephen, 95. 
Kithin, Sarah, 63. 
Kuapton, Mary, 56. 
Knight, John, 108 ; Richard, 10. 
Knighton, Sir Geo., 97 ; John. 97 ; 

W., 113. 



Lane, Eliz.. 49 ; James. 70. 
Langford, Eliz., 56. 
Langham, Tho., 49. 
Langley, Larrat, 99. 
Langscroth, Tho., 36. 
Langworthe, Susan, II. 



130 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Lant, Richard, 13 ; Susanna, 13. 

Lonye, Tho., 18. 

Larkeman, Cath., 48. 

I. iton, Tho., 42. 

Latince, Ellen, 56. 

Lavigne, Peter, 1 10. 

Law, Will., 57. 

Lawrence, Anne, 113; Annys, 26; 

Edw., 26 ; Margaret, 26 ; John, 26 ; 

Will , 26. 
Lax, Tho., 92. 
Leason, Will., 98. 

Livche, .ItT.iliiir, I I. 

Lceke, Kath., 16 ; Tho., 16. 

Leigerd, Ann, 49; Eliz., 49: Helline, 

49 ; Jane, 49 ; John, 49 ; Mary, 49 ; 

Margaret, 49- 
Leverton, Mary, 76. 
Lewes, Robert, 1 14. 
Ley, John, 61. 
Liddell, Gilbert, 41. 
Londsey, Mrs. 24. 
Linfoote, Jane, 92 ; Peter, 92. 
Linge, Anne, 100. 
Livesay, Eliz., 10 1; Helnour, 10 1 ; Will, 

101. 
Lodge, Tho., 32. 
Loftus, Robert, 39. 
Long, John, 22 ; Margaret, 22 ; Mary, 

22. 
Longmire, Dr., 51. 
Lougstaft", Geo., 7°- 
Lory man, Christopher, 64. 
Lowe, Christopher, 46. 
Lowis, John, 42.* 
Lunde, Eliz., 58. 
Lyme. John, 11. 
Lyth, John, 51. 



MaddiBon, Roger, 41. 

Maddox, John, 2, 3 ; Mary, 2 ; Tho., 
2, 3 ; Will, 2, 3. 

Maior, Mary, 75. 

Major, Robert, 45. 

Malkynson, John, 88. 

Maples, Robert, 75. 

March, John, 25; Richard, 25. 

Markham, Eliz., 51 ; Anne, 56 ; Charles, 
56; Geo., 56; John, 51 ; Richard, 
56 ; Theadothia, 56 ; Tho., 56 ; Will., 

56. 
Marsh, Eliz., 25 ; Richard, 47. 
M arson, Tho., 28. 
Martendall, Johanna, 20. 
Martin, Eliz., 25; Henrv, 109; Jane, 

25 ; John. 25 ; Tho., 25, 50 ; Thorn- 

ax.in, 2> 
Martyn, Jane, 12, 25: John, 25; Tho., 

25- 

Masket, Mrs., 25. 
Matthews. Robert, 7°- 
Mathewes, Anne, 24. 



Maugham, Anthony, 4 1 ; Roger, 41 ; 

Will., 4 1. 
Maunby, Matthew, 95. 
Maxe, Robert, 55. 
Maxwell, Joseph, 95. 
May. Alice, 59. 
Mead, John, 109 ; Will., 109. 
Meade, Dorothy, 23; Hester, 102; 

Joane, 23 ; John, 23, 102. 
Meadley, Tho., 112. 
Mearinge, John, 10 1. 
Meller, Tho., 50. 
Mennell, Isaac, 24. 
Meringe, ..., 101. 
Merri wether, Edw., 1 1 3. 
Messenger, John, 38. 
Merstone, Alice de, 85, 86 ; Richard de, 

85, 86, 
Methley, Willoughby, 60. 
Michell, Robert, 91. 
Michelson, Tho., 31. 
Midlam, Roger, 10:. 
Midleham, Mabell, 44 ; Mary, 44 ; 

Roger, 44. 
Milford, Tho., 12. 
Milner, Anne, 47 ; Eliz., 46 ; Richard, 

73- 

Mitchell, Anne, 53 ; Will., 53. 

Molinax, ..., 56. 

Monday, Eliz., 9S ; Judeth, 98; Mar- 
garet, 98; Will., 98. 

Monkton, John, 92. 

Moore, Eliz., 106. 

More, Margaret, 1. 

Morlcy, Eliz , 24. 

Morris, Mary, 80. 

Morrison, Mary, 80. 

Morten, Peter, 18. 

Morton, Francis, 63 ; Frances, 63 ! 
Robert, 108. 

Mounkton, John, 92. 

Mowbray, Will., 25. 

Moyle, Tho., 107 ; 108. 

Muckelt, Tho., 30. 

Mudd, Anne. 102. 

Munckman, Roger, 52. 

Murgatroyde, Alice, 53 ; Robert, 53 ; 
Tho., 53. 



Naull, Mary, 22. 

Neasonn, Cath., 42; Jane. 42; .loan, 

42 ; John, 42. 
Neave, Will., IOC, 101. 
Nedham, John, 24 ; Mary, 24. 
Needham, Richard, 9S. 
Neile. Jane, 4 ; Tho.. 4. 
Nellesone, J. 85. 
Nesfelde, Robert de, 88. 
Newmarche, Will., 18. 
Newton, John de, 86, 87; Isabel, 86, 

87. 
Nicholas, Sarah, 49. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



131 



Nichols, Anthony, 18. 

Nicholson, Jennet, 54 ; Roger, 54. 

Nichollson, Ann, 52. 

Noell, Edw, 108. 

Northrop, Margaret, 109. 

Northumberland, Henry, Earl of, 1 1 2. 

Norton, Tho., 26. 

Nunns, Jane, 31 ; Nicholas, 31 ; Tho., 

3i- 

Nye, John, Hi; Mary, 1 1 1 ; Stephen, 

49- 



Oates, Eliz., 112 ; Joseph, 112. 

Oddy, Miles, 53. 

Odling, John, 5r. 

Oglethorpe, Anne, 54 ; Francis, 64 ; 

John, 54 ; Margaret, 54 ; Susan, 54 ; 

Tho, 54. 
Oldacres, John, 45 
Oliphent, Eliz, 104 ; Mary, 104 ; Will, 

104. 
Orell, Nicholas, 1 14 ; Richard, 114. 
Orme, Robert, 88. 
Orrell, David, 1 13; Eliz, 113; John, 

62 ; Sir Lewis, 1 13. 
Osborne, Anthony, 24. 
Ossingold, Agnes, 8 ; Walter, 8. 
Owen, John, 61. 
Owrom, 37. 
Owsley, Joan, 8. 
Oxenbridge, Tho, 97. 



Phesant, Peter, 50. 

Philipps, Fabian, 107, 108 ; Margaret, 

108. 
Phillips, Bennet, 109. 
Philipson, John, 50 ; Margaret, 50. 
Pickus, Alice, 49. 
Picton, Eliz, 3 ; Will, 3. 
Pirn, Edw, 101. 
Pinder, Tho, 51. 
Pitt, Eliz, 15. 
Platts, Edmunde, 101. 
Plumer, Francis, 96 ; Margaret, 96. 
Pole, German, 45, 46, 114. 
Poole, John, 46. 
Pollard, Judith, 48. 
Porteman, Will, 105. 
Porter, Eliz, 63. 
Potter, Bignall, 76 ; Eliz, 99. 
Powell, David, 98 ; Will, 3 ; ..,56. 
Poyser, Alice, 1 03. 
Precious, Jane, 38. 
Preston, Ellen, 31 ; Henry, 98. 
Probal, Edmund, 106. 
Prockter, Will, 41. 
Pudsey. Henry, I ; Matilda, I. 
Pull, Ellin, 36. 
Pulleyn, John, 91. 
Pullon, Rebecca, 53. 
Pygott, Tho, 18. 



Pyne, John, 56. 

Palmer, Marmaduke, 52 ; Tho, 113. 

Parker, Henry, 49, 108 ; Margaret, 49. 

Pawson, Matthew, 95. 

Peacocke, Robert, 38. 

Pearcey, Will, 60. 

Pearpoint, Henry, 78. 

Pearson, Helen, 102 ; Priscilla, 61. 

Peart, Will, 74. 

Peine, Margaret, 65. 

Peirpoint, John, 54 ; Tho, 103. 

Plewman, Isabell, 39. 

Pelling, Ann, 25 ; Hannah, 25. 

Pendrift, Margaret, 24. 

Pensax, Percival de, 88 ; Robert de, 89. 

Penyngton, Isabell, 16 ; Robert. 16. 

Pepys, Alee, 59. 

Percivall, Alice, 103. 

Percy, Alice, 20. 

Perkin, Martha, 1 10. 

Ferkins, Dorothy, 99 ; Sarah, 2s. 

Peto, Eliz, 27 ; Sam, 27 ; Will!, 27. 



Quartermaine, Hierome, 16; Jerome, 18; 
Mary, 16, 18 ; Tho., 18. 



Radcliffe, Alexander, 4 ; Eliz, 4, 26 ; 

Ralph, 26. 
Radley, Eliz, 52. 
Raiue, ...,39. 
Raines, John, 51. 
Ramsdale, Anne, 76 ; John, 45 ; Will, 

45- 

Ramshay, Christopher, 40. 

Rant, Eliz, 22 ; Joane, 23 ; Marshall, 

26 ; Roger, 22, 23; Tho, 23, 26. 
Raw, Anne, 39 ; Christopher, 39 ; 

Grace, 39 ; John, 39; Will, 39. 
Rawlingson, Will, 31. 
Rawlins, James, 15. 
Rawlinson, Tho, 38. 
Ray, Richard, 36 ; Tho, 37. 
Rayner, Hannah, 59. 
Raynolde, Jane, 3S ; Kath, 38; Ninian, 

38 ; Tho, 38. 
Raynoldson, John, ^S. 
Read, Ann, 68. 
Reeves, James, 109. 
Remolds, John, 9. 
Rennick, Edw, 51. 
Reynolds, J. H, Sr. 
Rhodes, Eliz., 40. 
Richards, Eliz, 59 : Sam, 109. 
Richardson, Anthony, 38 ; Benjamin, 

6, 7 ; Gilbert, 6; John, 15 ; Marshall, 

6, 7 ; Richard, 7 ; Susannah, 7c ; 

Will, 94,95. 
Richison, Will, 95. 
Ridley, Mary, 104 ; Nicholas, 41 ; Tho, 

104. 
Riley, Geo., 25 ; Mary, 25 ; Robert, 25, 



132 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Rilythe, Cath., 25. 

Rippon, Margaret, 8. 

Roberts, John, 60. 

Robinson, Anne, 75 ; Eliz., 5 ; Jane, 

70 ; Sicily, 73 ; Stephen, 79- 
Robothom, Francis, 101. 
Roche, Mrs., 55- 
Rockley, John, 75. 
I; . Judith, 76 ; Tho., 25. 
Rogers, John, 74 ; I,< ia, 106 ; Rebecca, 

21 ; Richard, 21. 

l;../'T-"!i. James, 27. 

Rolston, Margaret, 103. 

Roome, Richard, 93, 94. 

Rose, Emott, 99. 

Rosse, John, 39 ; Matthew, 60. 

Rosseter, Richard, 107. 

Rostby, Ann, 45. 

Rowell, Charles, 59. 

Rowntree, Susanna, 65. 

Ruckle, Edw., 51 ; Robert, 51 ; Sarah, 

5 1 - 
Ruggle, John, 97. 

11, James, 82; John, 102; J. B., 

82 ; Nathaniel, 102 ; Ralph, 1 02 ; 

Robert, 102 ; Susanna, 102 ; Tho., 97. 
Rutter, Penelope, 50. 
Rychardson, Robert, 69. 
Rydeinge, Margaret, 32. 
Ryley, Ann, 24. 
Ryly, Alice, 25. 



Sacheverell, Ann, 67 ; Robert, 67. 

Sadler, Raufe, 37. 

Salmon, Helen, 73 ; Richard, 74. 

Salton, John, 114. 

Sandes, Joan, 64. 

Saunderson, Ann, 50; John, 54; 

Margaret, 54 ; Mary, 54 ; Sarah, 54; 

Winefride, 54 ; Will., 108. 
Savaile, Mr. 37. 
Saxton, Francis, 101. 
Sayner, Robert, 91. 
Saywell, Dorothy, 50 ; John, 50 ; Mary, 

103. 
Scattergood, Ann, 103. 
Scholey, Eliz., 64. 
Sclater, Tho., 36. 
Scoley, Anne, 52. 
Scott, Cath., 104 ; John, 18 ; Mary on, 

36. 
Scrivenor, Eliz., 82. 
Scroton, Ann, 38 ; Dorothy, 38 ; John, 

38,91 ; Will., 91. ■ 
Scurray, Elianor, 40. 
Searll, Ann, 30. 
Selli r, Thomaedne, 57. 
Selwood, Anne, 106 ; John, 106. 
Sergeant, Edm., 18. 
sold, Walter, 83. 
Seyner, Robert, 91. 
Sharp, John, 5 1, 



. John, 32. 
Sheringham, Edm., 56. 
Sherp, Jolm, 36. 
Shitiin, Mary, 61. 
Shirley, Tho., 82. 

Short, Anne, 46 ; Geo., 47 ; Mary, 103. 
Shotleworth, John, 45. 
ShottleweU, John, 46. 
Sibber, Lenard, 96 ; Mary, 96. 
Simcox, Mary, 56. 
Simpson, Anne, 94 ; Joseph, 94 ; John, 

64, 90 ; Richard, 96 ; Sara, 96 ; 

Will, 31. 
Simeon, Mary. 25, 62. 
Sinclair, Roderick, 70. 
Singleton, Will., 32. 
Sissons, Tho.. 99. 
Skalwra, Ric, 9c. 
Slade, Aime, 17 ; Francis, 18 ; Gregory, 

'9- 
Slater, Will, 96. 
Sleeford, Will., 74. 
Sleightholme, Alice, 70. 
Slinger, Richard, 38. 
Small ey, Grace, 32 ; James, 32 ; Will., 

32. 
Smallwood, Richard, 52 ; Tho., 52. 
Smawfettj John, 99. 
Smeaton, Anthony, 55 ; Eliz., 55. 
Smeeton, Anne, 53 ; Geo., 53 ; Tho., 

S3- 
Smetton, Anne, 53. 
Smith, Hannah, 51 ; Hugh, 28 ; John, 

24, 45, 56, 9" : ; Joseph, 51 ; Joshua, 

95,96; Marshall, 49 ; Martha, 21; 

Mary, 24, 77, 1 12; Obedia, 21; 

Peter, 45, 49; Richard, 24; Robert, 

45 : Samuel, 95, 96, 98 ; Susan, 24 ; 

Susanna, 65, 95 ; Will., 89. 102. 
Smithe, Anthony, 91. 
Smyth. Geoffrey, I 9. 
Smytbson, Francis, 37. 
Snawden, Tho., 53. 
Snell, Margaret, 96. 
Snowden, Margaret, 6. 
Snowdon, Richard, 52; Tobias, 7. 
Sotlen, Will., 55. 
Somergill, Richard, 95. 
S..v, by, Eliz., 75. 

Sowerby, Jonathan, 55 ; Tho., 37. 
Sparvold, Eliz., 77. 
Spencer, Tho., 45. 
Spendeley, Barbary, 68. 
Spenser, Tho., 46. 

Spinage, Mary, 95, 96 ; Richard, 95, 96. 
Sprigge, Tho., 75. 
Spurstowe, Will., ii. 
Stamper, Hannah, 60. 
Standley, Anne, 23, 81 ; Peter, 23, 81. 
Stanley, Will., 55. 
Staynfforth, Will., 36. 
Stead, Rebecca, in ; Will., III. 
Steel, Eliz., 1 10 ; John, 89, 90. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



133 



Steemson, John, 46. 

Stephenson, Benj., 70. 

Stevens, Ann, 28 ; John, 28. 

Steventon, Ann, 28 ; Tho., 28. 

Steward, John, 79. 

Stockton, Owen, 22. 

Stokoe, Anne, 43 ; Richard, 43. 

Stone, Nicholas, 105 ; Tho., 50. 

Storr, Isaac, 51 ; Joseph, 51 ; Kath., 

Strawe, Francis, 101. 

Strickland, John, 30 ; Isabell, 30 ; 

Myles, 30 ; Margaret, 3 1 ; Nicholas, 

30. 
Strong, Henry, 1 8. 
Stub, Tho., 94. 
Stubs, John, 67. 
Stucchie, Julian, 9. 
Stuckey, Anne, 11 ; Will, 10, 1 r. 
Stuckie, Agnes, 9 ; John, 9 ; Judith, 9; 

Nicholas, 9 ; Tho., 9. 
Stutting, Joshua, 51. 
Sunson, Mary, 25. 
Surharn, Jane, 37. 
Sutton, John, 27. 
Swainson, Edw., 30. 
Swaynson, John. 30. 
Swenson, Robert, 30 ; Tho., 30. 
Swichcotte, ..., 56. 
Swynburn, Mr., 41. 
Sylyard, Anne, I 13. 



Tanner, Anne, 97. 

Taskard, Francis, 91. 

Taverham, John, 55- 

Taverner, Tho., 27. 

Taylor, Eliz., 3 ; Francis, 76 ; John, 99 ; 

Joney, 32 ; Mary, 76, 103 ; Margaret, 

99 ; Richard, 3. 
Taylour, Susanna, 13. 
Teasdale, John, 58 ; Middleton, 104. 
Theobald, Sir Francis, 23-; Tho., 23. 
Thibalde, Lady Eliz., 24. 
Thickins, Eliz., 3 ; Mary, 3 ; Richard 2 ; 

Susan, 3. 
Thieknes, Eliz., 2 ; Susanna, 2. 
Thicknesse, Eliz., 3 ; Mary, 3 ; Richard, 

3 ; Susan, 3. 
Thomas, John, 8, 106 ; Judith, 6. 
Thompson, Dorothy, 38 ; Francis, 58 ; 

Geo., 112 ; Tho., 36. 
Thomson, Richard, 61. 
Thornhill, Ann, 99. 
Thornton, Richard, 91 ; Robert, 37. 
Thorp, Eliz., 70. 
Thorpe, Ric, 90 ; Will, 67. 
Thrift, Gabriel. 6 ; Jane, 6. 
Tims, John, 97. 
Tiplady, Mary, 70. 
Tirrel, Eliz., I. 

Toenson, John, 16 ; Margaret, 16. 
Tomkinson, Ursilea, 77. 

U 



Tompson, Sir H., in. 

Tomson, Mary, 53. 

Tooke, Edm., 23 ; Eleanor, 23. 

Tooley, Sam., 112. 

Torrant, John, 22. 

Trevelliau, Edmund, 107. 

Trevilian, Walter, 2r. 

Trinder, Will., 80. 

Trowbridge, Eliz., 12; John, 12; Tho., 

12. 
Trubodye, Eleanor, 13. 
Tryson, John, 46. 
Tubman, Richard, 40. 
Tuckfield, John, 13. 
Turner, Anne, 76 ; Edw., 30 ; Henry, 

101. 
Turnor, Tho., 46. 
Turpyn, John, S8 ; Will., SS. 
Tyas, Mary, 52. 
Tybsone, Robert, S5. 
Tyler, Lucy. 101 ; Mary, 10 r. 



Umplebie, John, 92. 
Usherwood, Tho., 68. 
Ussher, Lawrence, 103. 



Vaughan, Susanna, 107 ; Henry, 107. 

Vennor, Tho., 102. 

Vero, Henry, 2, 3; Jane, 2 ; Mar^tr ' L , 

Vickers, Grace, 59- 
Yyner, Sir Robert, 2 4. 



Waddington, John, $S. 

Waid, John, 91 ; Margaret, 9'. 

Wake, David, 51. 

Walker, Ann, 45 ; Eli.;., 38, 45, 59, 104 ; 

James, 45 ; Jane, 3S ; John, 89 ; 

Joseph, 104 ; Robert, 32, 74 ; Troth, 

98 ; Will, 50. 
Wall, Mary, 10, 12. 
Wallerthwait, Robert do, 89. 
Ward, Alice, 103 ; Cuthberfc, 42 ; Hum- 
phrey, 38; James, 92; John, 107; 

Oswald, 42 ; Tho., 92. 
Warde, Agnes, 9 1 ; Anne, 91 ; Richard, 

88. 
Ware, Nicholas, 13. 
Warner, John, 25. 
Watson, John, 99 ; Jonathan, 82 ; 

Margrit, 45 ; Tho., 41 ; Will, 68, 9 1, 

93, 95- 
Wav'ller, Mary, 68. 
Wayte, John, 88. 
Weaver, Lucretia, 24. 
Webb, Robert, 9, 55 ; Will, 18. 
Webster, Charles, 98 ; John, 64 ; Teter, 

22 ; Will., 90. 
Weeks, Joane, 9, 1 1. 
Welles, Barbara, m ; Barnarde, in. 



134 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Wescombe, Lucv, 23, St ; Nicholas, 23, 

Si. 
Whaley, John, 56. 

Whalley, Jeremiah, 57 ; Ralph, 106. 
White, Isaac, 10S ; Richard, 104. 
Whitehead, Anthony, 53; John, 51; 

Johane, 76 ; Mary, 82. 
Whittle, Dynis, 1. 
Whitwell, Margaret, 70- 
Whitworth, John, 75. 
Widdowson, John, 20, 24 ; Sarah, 20. 
Wigfall, Mary, 76. 
Wigfield, Mary, 52. 
Wilcocks, Eliz., 49. 
Wildes, Fiances, 60. 
Wilding, Tho.,97. 

Wilkinson, John, 107 ; Margaret, 42. 
Williamson, Hannah, 51 ; Johan, 41 ; 

Robert, 90 ; Tho., 90 ; Will., 51. 
Willoby, Edw., 1. 

Willoughby, Richard, 101 ; Will., 101. 
Wilmer, John, 28. 
Wilmott, Will., 85, 86, 87. 
Wilson, ..., 49 ; Richard, 80 ; Tho., 51. 
Wimpless, Ann, 76. 
Winder, Will., 38. 

Windlow, Margery, 17 ; Richard, 17. 
Windfield, Will., 67. 
Winston, Anne, 19; Cath., 19; Dorothy, 

19; Eliz.. 19; Giles, 19 ; Philip, 17. 
Winter, Hannah, 102 ; Luke, 102. 
Wiseman, »S'<> John, 23 ; Lucy, 21 ; 

Mary, 97. 



Wisker, John, 72. 

Woadson. Christopher, 54 ; Henry 54. 

Wolat, Ann, 103. 

Wolfe, Tho., 81. 

Wollaston, £<> John, 7. 

Wollton, John, 44. 

Wood, Adam, 83; Ann, 103; Eliz., 

83 ; John, 31 ; Will., 64. 
Woode, Grace, 13. 
Woodford, Tho., 25. 

W lhall, Will., 18. 

Woodward, Marshall, 66, Will., 66. 

Wordon, Sarah, 103. 

Wormall, Israel, 103 ; Rebecca, 103. 

Worth, Anne, 49. 

Woude, Mary, 64. 

Wright, ..., 2 ; Dorothy, 42. 

Wryght, Henry, 85. 

Wylde, Anne, 41. 

Wylles, Robert, 1. 



Yeates, Christopher, 92. 
Yeats, Richard, 36. 
Yailding, Ann, 107. 
Yeldham, John, 79- 
Yeoman, Charles, 2, 3. 
Youge, John, 85. 
Yorke, Dorothea, 64. 
Young. Eleanor, 8r. 
Younge, Sarah, 53. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Abbots Morton, 59. 

Abney, 48. 

Adbaston, 47. 

Addifield, 30. 

Adgarley, 15, 16. 

Agarsley, 44. 

Aislaby, 110. 

Alborough, 1. 

Aldbroughe, 34. 

Aldburgh, 37, 38, 89.. 9'- 

Aldeburghe, 49, 113. 

Aldfield, 34, 36. 

Allesley, 50. 

Alrewas, 47, 82. 

Alton, 45, 46. 

Alveton, 103. 

Alwent, 7- 

Ampleforth, 68. 

Anstey, 97. 

Ai'dburrough, 80. 

Arkesley, 1 14. 

Arksey, 114. 

Arnold, 61. 

Asenbie, 34, 37, 38. 

Ashborne, 46. 

Askbourn, 103. 

Askburne, 59. 

Ashe, 56. 

Ashewill, 8, 1 1. 

Ashhill, 53. 

Ashow, 103. 

Asken, 38. 

Aslackby, 106, 114 

Assonby, 36. 

Aston, 19. 

Atkerston, 45, 46. 

Augkton, 112. 

Aynsorn, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33. 



Badby, 82. 
Balby, 77. 
Balderton, 63. 
Balkeholme, 99. 
Bardsey, 57. 
Bare, 31, 33, 35. 
Barford, I, 20. 
Barking, 113. 
Barl borough, 45, 46, 47. 
Barlebrough, 78. 
Barmpton, 41. 
Barnburgh, 60. 
Barnstaple, 12. 



Barton, 67. 

Barton in Fabis, 65, 7S. 

Basford, 62. 

Batheley, 101, 113. 

Batsford, 4, 5. 

Battel, 97. 

Bawtry, 62, 63, 77- 

Bay ford, 97. 

Bealdon, 53. 

Beccles, 48, 49, 59. 

Beckwith, 94, 95, 96. 

Bedford, 20, 27. 

Bedlington, 42. 

Beeston,*'6i, 109. 

Bekwytk, 86. 

Bekwythshagh, 85. 

Bentliam, 33. 

Besthorpe, 7§- 

Bethom, 40. 

Beverley, 1 12. 

Bilborough, 53 

Billeraw, 42. 

Billinghaui, 44. 

Bilstkorpe, 59, 98. 

Bilton, 91, 92, 94. 

Bilton Park, 85, 88. 

Birdsall, 60. 

Birstith, 91. 

Blacktoft, 99. 

Blewbury, 14, 16, 17, iS, 19. 

Blidworth, 98. 

Blyth, 6o, 61, 63, 77. 

Bolsover, 45. 

Bolton upon Swale, 40. 

Bootle, 36. 

Borobrig, 37. 

Boro'bridge, 89, 90, 91. 

Bosbury, 14, 17, 19. 

Boston, U.S.A., ior. 

Boterhill, 89. 

Bradfield, 48, 55, 97, 99, ur. 

Bradford, 53. 

Bradley, 46. 

Bradokes, 23. 

Bramham, 91. 

Bramley Burn, 4 J. 

Brancepetli. 43. 

Bransby, 58. 

Branthwait, 35- 

Branthwait Edge, $S- 

Bradwell, 48. 

Bridgford, 05. 

Bridlington, 57. 



13G 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Bristol, 59. 

Brodway, 96. 

Brampton, 39. 

Broughton, 31, 35. 

Budleigh, 56. 

Buckton, 1 13. 

Bulcock, 7S. 

Bulwell, 6t. 

Bgrghbrygge, 91. 

Barley, 57. 

Burley Wbodhead, 57. 

Burringham, 51. 

Burrough, 80. 

Burrowe Peter, 48. 

Burton, 7S, 79. 

Burton cum Bulcoate, 79. 

Burton on Trent, 103. 

Burton super Oldswere, 60. 

Buttly, 49. 



Caldbergh, 35. 
Caldecotj 22. 
Calverdine Row, 6. 
Calverton, 79. 
Cambridge, 2?, 23, 24, 59. 
Canterbury, 48. 
Copland, 96. 
Carburton, 1 io. 
Carleton, 16. 
Carlton, 14, 21, 51, 52. 
Carmarthen, 11 1. 
Cartmell, 28, 29, 30, 33. 
Castlecamps, 18. 
( lastleton, 45, 103. 
Cathorpe, 79. 
Caton, ^i. 
Catterick, 40. 
Cawton, 58. 
Caxton, 20. 
I 'ayton, 84. 
Chalton, 26. 
Chapel Allerton, J06. 
Chard, 106. 
Charing, 83, 97. 
Checkley, 46. 
Chellaston, 47, 6o, 103. 
Chelmsford, 98. 
Chelsea, 7, 23. 
Cherry Hinton, 83. 
Chester, 41. 
Chesterfield, 78. 
Chillington, 8, 9, 10, 1 r. 
Chinnor, 17. 
Chippelcombe, 9, 10. 
Church Anston, 45, 46. 
< Ihurcb Broughton, 46. 
Churchover, 46. 
Clapham, 49, 50. 
Clarborough, 03. 
Clarksun House, 1 13. 
Cleasby, 42. 
Cliffe, 99, 100. 



ClifTe in Rawden, 57. 
Clifton, 2, 53, 61, 93, 94. 
Clint, 1, 89, 91, 93, 95. 
Clynt, 87. 
Cockerton, 41, 42. 
Cockwood, I. 
Coddington, 78. 
Colchester, 97. 
( lonisborough, 52. 
Connysthorpe, 90. 
' bpmanthorpe, £ 10. 
Corbridge, 43. 
Cossall, 62. 
Cottenham, 59, in. 
Cottingworth, 77. 
Coxwokl, 1 . 
Coventrj', 107, m. 
Cranbrook, 48. 
Crayford, 1 13. 
Crecliton, 13. 
Crich, 46. 
Croxall, 59. 
Cundall, 36. 
Curry Mallet, 56. 
Curry Ryvell, 105. 



Daccombe, 12. 
Dal ton. 31. 
Danby, 112. 
Darlington, 8, 41, 42, 4J 
Darrington, no. 
Dartford, 23, 51. 
Davington, 109. 
Dean, 35. 
Deanscalcs, 35. 
Denton, 4, 42. 
Deptford, 14, 114. 
Derby, 45, 46, 103. 
Denvent Island, 1 1 2. 
Dighton, 112. 
Dinnington, 9, 10. 
Dimbleton, 112. 
Diseworthe, 1 1 1 . 
Disfoorth, 37, 38. 
Doncaster, 50, 64. 
Dore, 47. 
Doveridge, 46. 
Dublin, 103. 
Dunham, m. 
Dunnington, 53. 
Dunstable, 26. 
Dunstall, 44. 
Durham, 7, 41, 42. 
Dytherstone, 38. 



Eakring, 1 13. 
Easby, 34. 

Easington, 51, \ i:, 
East Barnett, 108. 
Eastercombe, 12. 

East Dereham, 56. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



137 



East Doniland, 96. 

East Drayton, 61. 

Eastfield, 50. 

East Ham, 77. 

East Markham, 61. 

East Ogwell, 8. 

East Pennard, 105. 

East Raynton, 41. 

East Ren ton, 42. 

East Retford, 76. 

Eastwood, 113. 

Edith Weston, 60. 

Edge, 35- 

Edingale, 47. 

Edlington, 54. 

Edwinstow, q8. 

Eggleston, 8. 

Egrnanton, 6 1. 

Egton, 52, 57, 72. 

Ellaston, 103. 

Ellen, 34. 

Ellerburne, 52. 

Ellerker, 99. 

Eltham, 50, 82. 

Eltisley, 20, 21, 24. 

Eltoft, 57. 

Embden, 81. 

Erith, 97. 

Erkynden, 90. 

Escrike, III. 

Etwall, 103. 

Everton, 77, 1 10. 

Ewes, 107. 

Exeter, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 



Farneley, 53. 

Farndon. 113, 1 14. 

Farnton, (13, 1 14. 

Feeringe, 19. 

Felkirk, 60. 

Fellege, 30. 

Fellescliffe, 91. 

Felisclife, 91. 

Felsclifi, 91. 

FeiTyngesby, 85, 87, 89. 

Finchingfield, 20, 23, 24, 49, 79. 

Flamstead, 23. 

Flasby, 92. 

Flawborough, 62. 

Flaxton, 58. 

Flintham, 61^ 63. 

Flixborongh, 65. 

Foggathorpe, 112, 114. 

Fohvytb, 84. 

Forsett, 89. 

Foul with, 89, 90. 

Fowchinges, 1 9. 

Framlingham, 49. 

Fremington, 13. 

Fuiston, 91. 

Fulwith, 90. 



Gainford, 5, 7. 
Gamlingay. 24. 
Gains ton, 72. 
Garker, 88. 
Gesthorpe, 79. 
Gilberdike, loo. 
Gilgavron, 35. 
Gilmonby, 39. 
Gillbecks, 94. 
Gillhead, 33. 
Gilling, 6, 58. 
Glandf ord Rrigg, 5 1 • 
Glaston, 105. 
Glemsford, 97. 

Gloucester Co. in Virginia, 8: 
Glusburne, 54. 
Goldisburgh, 38. 
Goosebraden, 105. 
Gorleston, 48. 
Gosemer, 26. 
Gosforth, 35, 36. 
Grantham, 2, 50. 
Graj T sothen, 35. 
Graystonegill, 33. 
Great Haywood, 47. 
Green Hamerton, 35, 39. 
Grenehandton, 37- 
Gresthorpe, 78. 
Gretton, 20. 
Grewelthorpe, 100. 
Guinuey, 13. 
Guiseley, 53, 57. 
Gunins, 51. 
Gunnalstone, 1 09. 
Gunthorpe, 78, 79. 
Gyselow, 64. 



Hackney, 97. 
Hadham, 14. 
Hadley, 80. 
Hallthwait, 35. 
Halloughton, 50. 
Halsome, 51. 
Haltwhistle, 41, 44. 
Hampstal Ridware, 45. 
Hampstead, 82. 
Hampton, 6, 79- 
Hampton Court, 10$. 
Hampton Court Park, 7. 
Harbottle, 42. 
Harby, 78. 
Harlaw, 84. 
Harlowe, 90. 
Harpeden, 5. 
Harpenden, 27, 28. 
Harrogait, 91. 
Harrogate, 92, 94. 
Harswell, 71, 7 2 - 
Hartlepool, 43. 
Harwich. 56. 
Hawton, 50. 
Harwode, 85, 89. 



138 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Batfield, 55. 
Hathereage, 46. 
Haughton, 41. 
Eawthorn, 43. 
Hawthropp, 106, 114. 
Baye Park, 85. 
Baydon Bridge, 43. 
Haywood, 47. 
Haywra Park, 86. 
Headon, 54. 
Beanor, 44- 

II. utli, 46, 78. 

Hemingby, 21, 107. 

Heniiugborough, 99. 

Heynor, 47. 

Highate in Kendall, 35. 

Higney, 20. 

Hill, 93- 

Hilston, 51. 

Hilton, 46, 47. 

Hippolets, 26. 

Hitchen, 26, 27, 28. 

Hobline, 45. 

Holker, 33. 

Holme, 35, 46. 

Holme, 1 01. 

Holme on Spalding Moor, 71, 1 10. 

Hope, 48. 

Hornby, 3i, 34- 

Horncastle, 21. 

Horsforth, 57. 

Hotbam, 112. 

Hougball, 4. 

Hougbton le Spring, 41. 

Howcbins, 18, 19. 

Howdun, 99, 100. 

Hudswell, 35, 39, 4°- 

Hull, 51, 60, 61. 

Hurwortb upon Tees, 44. 

Huton Conyers, 34, 37, 38. 



Idecburch, 10S. 
Ilketsball St. Margaret, 49. 
Ilminster, 8, 9, 10, II, 55, 105, 106. 
Ipolits, 26, 28. 
Ipswich, 48. 
Irleahagh, 113. 
Islington, 82. 
Ivytborne, 105, 106. 



Jamaica, 95. 



Keckonfield, 1 12. 
Kelbam, 55 ; 112. 
BLelsmoore, 95. 

Kclyngall, 89. 
Kendall, 40, 53. 
Kenwick, 1 6, 18, 19. 
Keswick, 1 12. 



Kildwick, 54. 

Killamarsh, 45, 78. 

Killingbale, 88. 

Killingball, 92, 93, 94, 96. 

Kings Bromley, 47. 

Kingston Burnea, 22. 

Kingston upon Hull. 51, 52. 

BJholton, 62. 

Kinton, 63. 

Kirkby in Ashficld, 61. 

Kirkby Fletbam, ^7. 

Kirkby Hill, 39. 

Kirkby Kendall, 35. 

Kirkebye, 91. 

Kirkbam, 32. 

KirkbammertoQ, 34. 

Kirksmoor, 95. 

Kirktborpe, 110. 

Kirtou, 61. 

Knapton, 69. 

Knaresborougb, 64, 81. 84, 86, 89, 95, 

96, IOO. 
Knebworth, 107. 



Lambeth, IS, 102. 

Lancaster, 33, 34. 

Lanehester, 41, 42. 

Langar, 61. 

Langroyd, 16. 

Langton, 34, 3 6 

Laxton, 62, 63. 

Leaserige, 52. 

Leckeufield, 52. 

Leconfield, 1 1 2. 

Ledhoues, 85, 87. 

Leeds, 57, 95- 

Leicester, 55, 59, 80. 

Leith, 79. 

Lenham, 113. 

Lenton, 98. 

Leysdowne, 21. 

Lichfield, 46, 47. 

Lincoln, 104, 107. 

Littlebury, 16, 83. 

Little Gransden, 21. 

Little Missendeu, 58. 

Little Ouseburn, 58. 

Little Paxton, 23. 

Little Urswick, 18. 

Little Worley, 44. 

Loftbouse, 58. 

Lohdon, 3, 10, i r, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 30, 

31, 49, 5°, 79- 80, 96, 97, 98, 102, 

ic6, 10S, 109, 113. 

Ailsbury House, 109. 

All Hallowes, Honey Lane, 5. 

Bartholomew Close, 82. 

Charlotte St., 83. 

Charing Cross, 50. 

Charter House, 24. 

Christ Church, 3. 

Clements Inn, 10S. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



139 



East Cheap, 82. 

Excise Office, 82. 

Fleet prison, 28. 

Fleet St., 82 

Forestreet, 99. 

Goldsmiths' Hall, HO. 

Gracechurch St., 14. 

Gray's Inn, 4, 5, 6, 81. 

Inner Temple, 21, 49, 10S. 

Knight-Rider Street, 5. 

Lincoln's Inn, 25. 

Low Lane, 97. 

Middle Temple, 23. 

Milford Lane, 48. 

Milk St., 5. 

Nagg's Head Court, 14. 

Newgate St., Hi. 

Newport St. Westminster, 98. 

Old Bailey, 3. 

Petticote Lane, 49. 

Princes St., 1 08. 

St. Alphage, 95, 97. 

St. Andrew Holborn, 6, 22, 23, 24, 8 r, 

107, 108, 109. 
St. Andrew Undershaft, 28, 83. 
St. Bartholomew the Less, 25. 
St. Benet Pauls wharf, 5. 
St. Botolph Aldgate, 34. 
St. Catherine Cree-church, 50. 
St. Clement Danes, 6, 48, 104, 108. 
St. Clement Eastcheap, 14. 
St. Clement's Lane, 14. 
St. Dunstan in the West, 24. 
St. George Botolph Lane, 113. 
St. George Hanover Square, 7. 
St. George Southwark, 102. 
St. Giles Cripplegate, 4, 28, 76, 99. 
St. Giles in the Fields, 80, 108. 
St. James Clerkenwell, 4, 6. 
St. James Westminster, 6. 
St. Leonard Shoreditch, 21, So. 
St. Margaret Westminster, 50. 
St. Martin in the Fields, 81, 108. 
St. Mary Aldermanbury, 28. 
St. Martin Ludgate, 107. 
St. Mary Botha w, I r r. 
St. Mary le Bow, 10, 11. 
St. Mary at Hill, 48. 
St. Mary Magd., Milk St., 5. 
St. Mary Magd., Old Fish St., 5. 
St. Mary Savoy, 6. 
St. Mary Whitechapel, 28. 
St. Olave Southwark, 49, 55- 
St. Pancras, S3. 
St. Paul Shad well, 7. 
St. Peter Cornhill, 104. 
St. Peter the Poor, 25. 
St. Peter ad Vincula, 98. 
St. Saviour Southwark, 2, 3, 97, 113, 

114. 
St. Sepulchre, 5, 24, 28, 102. 
St. Sepulchre extra Newgate, 2, 3, 24. 
St. Stephen Coleman St., 104. 



St. Stephen Walbrooke, 103. 
Shore Lane, 22. 
Temple Bar, 21. 
Temple Church, 21. 
Upper Grosvenor St., 97. 
Westminster, 1 1 o. 

Longdon, 47. 
Longcliffe, 100. 
Longhills, 9, 10. 
Long Moores, 34. 
Lowdham, 61, 62. 
Luckerdon, 12. 
Ludderburne, 29, 30. 
Lullington, 46, 103. 
Lund, 60. 
Luton, 5, 27, 28. 
Lynton, 85. 



Mablethorpe, 77. 

Maltby, 64, 1 13. 

Mancetter, 1 03. 

Mansfield, 62, 75. 

Manthorpe, 112. 

Marchington, 103. 

Marnham, 63, 75, 78, 79. 

Marshgate, 98. 

Marshall in North Texas, 101. 

Marsk, 5S. 

Marston, 27, 47. 

Marston upon Done, 103. 

Martin, 107, 10S. 

Marton, 112. 

Marton cum Grafton, 35. 

Maryland Point, 25. 

Masnarn, 95, 100, 114. 

Massam, 88. 

Mathfield, 103. 

Mattersey, 63. 

Maulton, 34. 

Mavesyn Ridware, 47. 

Maxey, 59. 

Melling, ^. 

Mellyng, 32. 

Melmerby, 35. 

Melsonby, 38. 

Merstone, 36, 86. 

Mewith, 33. 

Middle Chinnock, 9, 10. 

Middle Handley, 47. 

Middlethorpe, 113. 

Millam, 35. 

Milton, 59. 

Milton Clevedon, 65. 

Minskepp, 39. 

Monk's Kirby, 47. 

Moor Monkton, 57. 

Moore Allerton, 9r, 106. 

Mooreheyes, 106. 

Moreton, 46. 

Morpeth, 43 ; 98, 1 13. 



140 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Morton, 10S. 

Morton on Swale, 34, 1 IO. 

Mount Borrell, 55. 

M"\vt'iii, 34. 

Mu,h Barton, 102. 

Much Badham, 16, 17, 18, 23. 

Ilylbie, 34- 

Mylby, 9'- 

Mythorn, 53. 

Nacton, 48. 

Nether Bradfield, 55, 99, II! - 
Netherthorpe, 1 10. 
Newall, 53, 93- 
Newark, 52, 78. 
Newborns, 31. 
New be Abbey, 56. 
Newberry, 95. 
Newcastle, 45. 
Newcastle on Tyne, 4, 79. 
Newingtoo Butts, 2. 
Newisham, 38. 
Newnham, 82. 
New Romney, 1 08. 
Newton Solney, 46. 
Newstead, 34. 
Newton, 114. 
Newton Kyme, 29. 
New Windsor, 16, 8r. 
Nonnanton, 78. 
Normanton on Trent, 61, 62. 
North Allerton, 39. 
North Collingham, 62, 79. 
North Dalton, 112. 
North Duffield, 100. 
North Lofthouse, 1 12. 
North Muskham, 101. 
Northscale, 3f. 
Northtowne, 12. 
Norton, 41. 
Norwich, in. 
Nottingham, 67, 83. 109. 
Not ton, 83. 
Nuneaton, 45. 
Nunnington, 60. 



Oakbridge Holme, 57. 
Ocden, 90. 
Ockendon, 1. 
Oddington, 107. 
Okden, 90. 
Old Windsor, 17. 
Olhouabecke, 31. 
Ollerton, 63, 75. 
Olvereton, 16. 
( >rston, 78. 
Oagarby, 56. 
Osgathorpe, 1 1 1. 
Oamcston, 103. 
< Ismotherly, 15. 



Ossington, 17, 7S, JQ. 

Otteringham, 112, 113. 

Oustoii, 42. 

Overhall, 113. 

Owmhy juxta Searby, 107. 

Owstwick, 51. 

Oxford, 49. 

Oxhey, 110. 



Pakefield, 49. 
Paluthorpe, 75. 
Panncll, 94, 95. 
Papworth Everard, 24. 

Park Hall, 45. 
Pennington, 33. 
Pensilvania, 51. 
Pickering, 14. 
Pilling, 32, T,i- 
Plomptou, 90. 
Plumptree, 62, 105. 
Pocklington, 113. 
Pontefract, 60, 110. 
Poolehouses, 32. 
Portsea, 109. 
Portsmouth, 80. 
Potter Heigham, 48. 
Puphill, 10. 



Quixley, 85, 87, 
Q"v, 23. 



Raistropp, 1 1 2. 

Hampton, 72, 78. 

Rateliffe, 45. 

Rutclitle on Trent, 62. 

Raveley, 23. 

Ravenswathe, 3S, 39. 

Rawden, 53, 57, 94- 

Raynton, 34. 

Reach, 96. 

Redeshagh, 89. 

Repton, 103. 

Richmond, 35, 38, 39, 40, 98. 

Ripon, 38, 89. 

Roberindale, 33. 

Rocester, 46, 47, 103. 

Rochester, 97. 

Romald, 34. 

Rosset, 85, 86, 93, 94, 95, 96. 

Rossington, 54. 

Rossist, 84. 

Rotherham, 60. 

Rotherhithe, 9S. 

Rothwell, 64 

Roundhaw, 89. 

Rowclift'e, 39. 

Rowden, 91. 

Royston, 27. 

Riplay, 85. 

Rypon, 34, 36. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



141 



Saffron Walden, 81. 
St. Albans, 28. 
St. Bees, 35, 36. 
St. Edmondsbury, 82. 
St. Michael Bedwardine, 11. 
St. Mary Church, 12. 
St. Neots, 20. 
St. Oswald, 4, 5. 
Salesbury, 16. 
Sancton, 60. 
Sarum, 55. 
Sawtrey, 20. 
Scalby, 54. 

Scarborough, 57, 58, 60. 
Scarcliffe, 45. 
Seaming, 11 r. 
Scarrington, 65. 
Scorborough, 1 12. 
Scorton, 40. 
Scotton, 86, 88, 90. 
Scott's Hill, 43. 
Screveton, 51. 
Scriven, 88. 89, 95. 
Scrooby, 62, 77. 
Scrowby, 18. 
Sculpius, 23. 
Seaham, 42, 43. 
Searner, 48. 
Searby, 107. 
Seaton, 60. 
Seaton Burn, 43. 
Seham, 41. 
Seirby, ico. 
Selaby, 4, 5, 6, 7. 
Selby, 52, 54, 58, 60. 
Settrington, 57- 
Shawbridge, 46. 
Sheffield, 102, III. 
Shelf ord, 1 [4. 
Shelton, 56. 
Sheppey, 21. 
Shotley, 42. 
Sheriff Hutton, 48. 
Sibton, 48. 
Sidbrooke, 56. 
Skaitbreake, 15. 
Skegby, ill. 
Skirteubeck, 69. 
Seaford, 1 14. 
Smaldale, 48. 
Southborough, 55. 
South Carleton, 100. 
South Cave, 100. 
South Kelsey, 49. 
South Muskham, 100, 101. 
Southsea, 1 12. 
Southwark, 2, 3. 
Southwell, 50, 79, 100. 
Spanish-town, 95. 
Spofford. 89. 
Sprotborough, 60. 
Stainton, 14, 15, 16, 33, 42, 54. 
Staley Woodthorpe, 10 1. 
V 



Stamford, 1, 2, 3. 

Stanisby, 78. 

Stannington, 99. 

Stansfield, 53. 

Stanton, 45, 46. 

Stanton on the Wolds, 67. 

Staunton, 61. 

Staveley, 40, 44, 45, 46, 47, 78. 

Staxton, 56. 

Steventon, 14, 16. 

Stillingfleet, 53. 

Stilton, 98. 

Stirropp, 108. 

Stockton, 53. 

Stoke-Lacy, 15, 17, 19. 

Stone, 103. 

Stonham Earl, 49. 

Stoxley, 52. 

Streete, 55. 

Stretton, 98. 

Stubton, 109. 

Sturmeere, 23. 

Sturton cum Fenton, 62, 

Sutton, 3, "8. 

Sutton Coldfield, 103. 

Sutton on Trent, 62, 63, 77, 79. 

Swaffham Prior, 22, 23. 

Sweetingsike, 34. 

Swinderby, III. 

Sydenham, 113. 



Tadcaster, 29, 83, 112. 
Tannington, 107. 
Tansley, 45. 
Tanworth, 46. 
Tarnehow, 35. 
Tatenhill, 44. 
Taunton, 12, 50, 90. 
Teigngrace, 8. 
Tentergate, 90. 
Terrington, 58. 
Terrymore, 60. 
Theddlethorpe, 77, 82. 
Thistorton, 51. 
Thixendale, 57. 
Thormanby, 58. 
Thornethwayte, 85. 
Thorney, 79. 
Thrifthouse, III. 
Thurcaston, 60. 
Thurgarton, 78. 
Thurscrosse, 93. 
Thwaites, 35. 
Thwayte, 34. 
Tickhill, 54, 77, 108. 
Tilney, 16, iS. 
Timble, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95. 
Todington, 26. 
Todwick, 112. 
Tollerton, 100. 
Topcliffe, 34, 36, 37, 38. 
Trentham, 103. 



142 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Treewell, 63. 
Truathorpe, 77. 

TlYMlll, 46. 

Tunbridge, 6. 

Tim-tall, 40. 

Tuxford, 52, 61, 75, 76, in. 
Tythby, 62. 



Uffington, 107. 
I'liiliriiiilnebeck, 35. 
Urewick, 14, 15, 33. 



\ lrgnna, 02. 

Wadworth, 52, 54. 
Wakefield, 60. 
Walesby, 45, 63. 
Walltown, 104. 
Walney. 31. 
Walton, 105. 
Wandsworth, 99. 
Wa 11 tinge, 18. 
Warmsworth, 51. 
Warsop, 5 1. 
Walton, 32. 
Wath, 52, 55. 
Watlington, 18. 
Watton, 113. 
Watton in the Vale, 59 
Wedurby, 84. 
Wellham, 1 12. 
Welhampsteed, 5. 
Wellingborouh, 104. 
Wellough. 76. 
Wembdon, 105. 
Wentworth, 52, 55. 
West Aiipleton, 35. 
Westbory, 81. 
Wist I 'hinnock, 9, 10. 
Westercombe, 12. 
Wesfcfield, 50. 
West Hallam, 59, 103. 
West Heslerton, 69. 
West Laughton, 106, 1 14. 
West Markhum. O3. 
Westhorpe, 1 13. 
Weston, 78, 79. 
Weston in Gordano, 106. 
West Retford, 62. 



Wetherby, 84, 89. 

\\,y. 108. 

Wharham, 69. 

Wharram, 112. 

Wharram Percy, 57. 

Whatton, 78, 98. 1 12. 

Wbatton in the Vale, 59, 61. 

Wheathampstead, 28. 

Wbiohmor, 14. 

Whitby, 58, 60, 69, 72. 

Whitehaven, 36. 

Whitfield, 42. 

Whitwell. 45, 46, 47, 75, 78, 107. 

Whixley, 37, 58, 87- 

Wicken Bonhant, 97. 

Widmerpole, 67. 

Wilford, 61, 109. 

Willerby, 56. 

Willingdon, 97. 

Wimbish, 23. 

Windermer, 35. 

Wing, 59. 

Winsham, 9, 10. 

Winater, 30. 

Winteringham, 68. 

Wintringham, 20. 

Wisbech, 113. 

Wistead, 51. 

Wodhall, 89. 

Wolfhamcote, 45, 46. 

Wornersley, 1 1 o. 

Woodbridge, 49. 

Woodhouse, 48, ril. 

Woodnorton, 56. 

Woodthorpe, 44. 

Woodwalton, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 49, 79. 

Worcester, 1 1 3. 

Workington, 35- 

Worksop, 61, 63. 

Worrall, 97, 99. 

Wray, 32,33-34- 

Wrexham, IIO. 

Wyke, 57. 



Yeadon, 53, 92, 93, 95. 

York, 6, 7, 56, 93, 94, 96. 107, m. 

St. Mary Bishophil] Junior, 58. 

St. Mary Castlegate, 65. 



Youlgreave, 44, 45, 46. 
Yoxall, 44, 45. 



VOLUME II. FART II. 



THE MARSH ALLS OF PEEBLES.' 

James Marshall, born in or before 1650, was a Burgess and 
Merchant of Peebles. He became possessed of three sumes 
of Cademuir Hill in 1708. He had at least two sons, Robert, 
born 1673, and John, who appears to have been baptised on 
9th September, 1677. Robert Marshall was baptised 24th 
November, 1673. He is afterwards described in the Parish 
Registers as a " dweller in Ormiston," which looks as if he 
had been a farmer. His son James Marshall was baptised 
5th October, 1703. In 173 1 he was admitted a Burgess and 
Guildbrother of Peebles, and was for a number of years one 
of the Bailies of that burgh. When the Highlanders were 
encamped at Peebles, in 1745, he was Dean of Guild, and went 
boldly to the Cross of Peebles, where he drank " Confusion to 
the Pretender." His Will is dated and signed at Peebles, 20th 
April, 177 1, and he died 27th May following, and was buried 
in St. Andrew's Kirk Yard, Peebles. He married, first a Miss 
Scott, by whom he had a son, Robert, born 1736 ; and secondly 
in 1746, Janet, daughter of William Tait, late tenent in Feathen, 
Traquair. Their issue was : — 

William, born 1747 ; died young. 

James, born 1749; of whom presently. 

Margaret, born 1750 ; died young. 

Jean, born 1752; alive 1771. 

William, born 1754, Minister of Manor; of whom hereafter. 

Alex 1 ", born 1758, Banker in London ; of whom hereafter. 

Margaret, born 1762; died unmarried. 

Isobell, born about 1756 ; married Archibald Robertson. 

Janet, died unmarried. 
Robert Marshall, the only child of James Marshall by his 
first marriage, was baptised 22nd February, 1736, and was 
made a Burgess of Peebles, " free of all Composition or fees " 
on account of his father in 1754. He was several years Dean 
of Guild, and died unmarried. 

James Marshall, the eldest surviving son of the second 
marriage was baptised 8th March, 1749, and was a Burgess, 
Merchant, and many years Bailie of Peebles. Upon the 10th 
September, 1779, he married Margaret Ballantine, daughter of 
James Ballantine, of Hollylee. He died 22nd May, 1837, and 
was buried beside his father in St. Andrew's Kirk Yard. He 
had issue : — 

1 For this pedigree I am indebted to Captain Robert Seton Marshall. 



4 THE MARSHALLS OF PEEBLES. 

Isobcll, born 1780; married the Rev d Thomas Leckie. 
Jean, born 178 1 ; died unmarried 1854. 
Marion, born 1782; died unmarried 1857. 
James, born 1784; died 1850; of whom hereafter. 
Janet, born 1786 ; died 1789. 

Robert, born 1788; died 1845 ; of whom hereafter. 
Margaret, born 1790; died unmarried, 1850. 
Janet, born 1792; died unmarried 185 1. 

William Marshall (Minister of Manor) was born in Peebles, 
2nd August, 1754, and educated at Peebles Parish School, the 
Edinburgh High School, and Edinburgh University, where he 
distinguished himself as a scholar, and in 1788 was presented 
to the parish of Manor, Peeblesshire, by William, Duke of 
Quecnsbcrry. He was first married at Edinburgh, 30th April, 
1790, to Christian, daughter of Mr. William Vair, and by her 
had one child, who died young. She died 21st September, 
1794, aged 21 years, and was buried in Manor Church Yard. 
He married secondly, at Peebles, 16th November, 1803, 
Christian Smith (only child of Archibald Smith, Merchant in 
Peebles, and Elizabeth Govan), by whom he had ten children, 
viz. : — 

Elizabeth, born 1804 ; married, 1st, Mr. John Anderson, 

Castlehill ; 2nd, Mr. Thomas Thorburn. 
James, born 1806; buried at Manor, 1812. 
William Forbes, born 1808; died at London, unmarried, 

2nd December, 1866. 
Janet, born 1809 '■> died unmarried, 1826. 
Christian, born 18 10; buried at Manor, 181 1. 
Archibald, born 18 12 ; of whom presently. 
Isabella, born 18 14 ; married Mr. John Thorburn, and died 

1840. 
Agnes, born 1816; died unmarried, and buried at Manor, 

1836. 
Jane, born 1S18; married Mr. John Anderson, and died 

1880. 
Margaret Christian, born 1824; married Mr. John Hcwat, 
and died 1886. 

About 1828 he gave up the ministry, and went to live at 
St. John's Hill, Edinburgh, where he died, 22nd April, 1830, 
in the 76th year of his age, and 42nd of his ministry. 

Alexander Marshall, born 1758, was made a Burgess of 
Peebles, 1778, free of all charge, on account of his father and 
brothers. He was for sometime in Sir William Forbes' Bank, 
Edinburgh, and afterwards in Hankey's Bank, London. He 
died before March, 1827. 

James Marshall, son of James Marshall and Margaret 
Ballantine, born 1784, was a Wine Merchant in Edinburgh. 



THE MARSHALLS OF PEEBLES. 5 

He married Margaret Allen, and died ist May, 1850, having 
had issue : — 

James, born 18 16, a Wine Merchant in Edinburgh, and for 
many years one of the Bailies, married J enctta, daughter 
of Mr. Currie, of Glassmount, and died 1880, leaving 
issue : — 

Elizabeth, born 185 1. 

James, born 1852; went to Manitoba. 

Andrew, born 1854; Banker, Hong Kong. 

Allan, born 1856; went to Manitoba. 

Janetta, born 1858. 

Frank, born 1859; Lieutenant, 25th Rcgt. 

Robert, born 1863 ; Lieutenant, Duke of Wellington's 

West Riding Regt. 
Isabella, born 1866. 
Isabella, born 1817; married William Christie, and died 

1881. 
Francis, born 1820, a Wine Merchant in partnership with 
his father; died unmarried 1849. 
Robert Marshall, brother of the above, born 1788, was a 
Commission Agent in Edinburgh, and married the widow of 
a Newcastle Merchant, named Sewell, and dying in 1845, left 
issue, James, who went to Australia. 

Archibald Marshall, son of Mr. William Marshall and 
Christian his wife, born 1812, is a Justice of the Peace for the 
County of the City of Edinburgh, Commissioner of Supply 
for the County of Peebles, &c, was a Merchant in Edinburgh, 
but inheriting property through his mother, was enabled to 
retire from business early in life. He married, first, Margaret 
Anderson, daughter of Walter Anderson, Cramilt ; secondly, 
Rosina Seton Veitch, only child of John Veitch, H.M. Excise, 
Somerset House. By his first wife he has issue : — 
William, born 1850.; died 1870. 
Walter, born 185 1 ; Bank of Scotland. 
James, born 1853 ! died 1869. 
Elizabeth Govan, born 1854; died 1856. 
Oliver, born 1856; went to Manitoba. 
By his second wife : — 

Rose Seton, born 1861 ; died 1862. 

John Archibald, born 1862; Accountant, Audit Depart- 
ment of the Eastern Bengal Railway, Calcutta. 
Robert Seton, born 1864; Captain 3rd Brigade Scottish 

Division Royal Artillery (Edinburgh Militia). 
Edward Govan, born 1866; Bank of Scotland. 
Christian Eliza, born 1868. 
Charles James, born 1870. 
Margaret Seton, born and died 1872. 
Jane, born, 1873. 



6 IU. VIII REGISTERS. 

EXTRACTS FROM PARISH REGISTERS. 

Blyth, co. Nott m - 

1572. Dec. 2. William Marshall. Buried. 

1578. March 5. Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

1581. Sept. 7. Elizabethe Marshall. Bapt. 

1588. Sept. 8. Margaret Marshall. Bapt. 

1601. June 13. Richard Marshall and Issahell Hawson were 

maried. 

1606. Oct. 19. Rob'te sonn of Richard Marshall of Blythe. Bapt. 

1610. Nov. 12. John Martiall and Katherine Dobson. Married. 

1615. Oct. 19. Issabell da. of Richard Marshiall of Blyth. Bapt. 

1619. Jan. 3. Christofer son of Richard Marshall of Blythe. Bapt. 

1623. May 25. Eliz. da. of John Marsiall of Blythe. Bapt. 

1632. Feb. 28. Frances dau. of Rob. Sanderson of the Abby. 

Bapt. 1 

1635. Nov. 25. John Marshall sonne of Henrie Marshall of 

Blith. Buried. 

1638. Dec. 16. Richard sonn of Henry Marshall of Blyth. Bapt. 

1640. Sept. 27. Ellen Daug. of Henry Marshall of blith. Bapt. 

1645. Sept. 9. Henry Marshall still borne. Buried. 

1646. March 25. John son of Henry Marshall of Blyth. Bapt. 

1647. Dec. 5. John Chernley and Isabell Marshall. Married. 
1652. Nov. 18. Robert Marshall and Frances Wild. Married. 
1654. July 25. Elizabeth daughter of Robert Marshall of Blyth 

borne July 2 and bapt. July 25. 
In 1655 Henry Marshall was one of a jury for staking out the 
ground belonging to the Vicar. 

1658. (Commonwealth marriages and publications thereof.) 

Thomas Marshall of Parkhouse in the pish of Balborough 
in the Countie of Darby and Mary Smith daughter of 
M r Richard Smith of Blyth. Consent published 14, 21, 
and 28 November. 

1659. June 1. Elizabeth wife of Henry Marshall of Blyth. 

Buried. 

1660. July 19. Hennery Marshall and Elizabeth Hill. Married. 

1 66 1. Aug. 18. Francis doughter of Henry Marshall of Blyth. 

Bapt. 
1663-4. Feb. 25. Simon son of Henry Marshall of Blyth. Bapt. 

Buried . . . April, 1667. 
1664-5. Jan. 14. Ann wife of Will. Marshall of Oldcots. Buried. 
1665-6. March 8. Richard son of Henry Marshall of Blyth. 

Bapt. 
1668-9. March 22. Thomas son of M r Thomas Marshall of 

Stirrapp. Bapt. Buried 3 May, 1669. \2S May in 

Transcript.] 3 

1 Married Thomas Marshall. See Thoroton's Notts., p. 474; Raine's Blyth, p. 75. 
s Transcript of the Register at York. 



ARKSEY REGISTERS. / 

i66g. June 5. Rich, sonn of Henry Marshall of Blyth. Buried. 

[6 June in Transcript.] l 
1669-70. Jan. . . . Henry Marshall of Blyth. Buried. [4- Jan. 

in Transcript.] ' 
1687. May 10. Robert Browne and Elizabeth Marshall. Married. 
1701. Nov. 27. Edw 3 Denton and Mary Marshall both of Blyth. 

Married. [Transcript.] l 
1713. April ig. W" 1 Kitchin of Woodall in P'ish of Harthill and 

Eliz. Marshal of Torwoth in ys Parish. Married. 

Arksf.y, co. York. 

Baptisms. 

1586. March 25. Catherine dau. of George Marshall. 

1588. Feb. 1. Mary dau. of John Marshall. 

1595. April 27. Cecily dau. of Robert Marshall of Shaftholme. 

1624. Aug. 24. Alice dau. of Robert Marshall. 

1626. April 2. Richard son of Robert Marshall. 

1632. Dec. 2. Elizabeth dau. of William Marshall. 

1639. Dec. 27. Ann dau. of William Marshall of Bentley. 

1676. Dec. 12. Sarah dau. of Joseph Marshall of Bentley. 

1679. June 17. Ann dau. of Joseph Marshall of Bentley. 

1700. April 14. Ann dau. of Joseph Marshall of Bentley. 

1703. Sept. 2. Benjamin son of Joseph Marshall, jun r , of 

Bentley. 

1706. April 18. Joseph son of Joseph Marshall of Bentley. 

1719. June 3. William son of Robert Marshall of Arksey, 

agricola. 

172 1. Sept. 19. Susanna dau. of Robert Marshall of Arksey, 

husbandman. 

1723. Jam 7. Susanna dau. of Robert Marshall of Arksey. 

1724. Sept. 22. Joseph son of John Marshall of Bentley. 

1725. Dec. 20. Sarah dau. of Benj. Marshall of Bentley. 

1726. June 28. Mary dau. of John Marshall of Bentley, 

husbandman. 
1726. Sept. 30. Thomas son of Robert Marshall of Arksey, 
husbandman. 

1726. Jam 10. John son of Benjamin Marshall of Bentley, 

husbandman. 

1727. Jam 26. Robert son of Robert Marshall of Arksey, 

husbandman. 

1729. Sept. 14. Thomas son of Benj. Marshall of Bentley. 

1731. Nov. 9. Ann dau. of Benj. Marshall of Bentley, husband- 
man. 

1733. March 6. Joseph son of Benj. Marshall of Bentley, 
husbandman. 

1736. Dec. 30. Eliz. dau. of Ben. Marshall of Bentley. 

1739. May 17. Joshua son of Ben. Marshall of Bentley, 
husbandman. 

1 Transcript of the Register at York. 



8 ARKSEY REGISTERS. 

1741. Oct. 14. Hen. son of Ben. Marshall, of Bentley, husband- 



man. 



1744. March 29. Mary dan. of Hen. Marshall of Bentily, 

husbandman. 
1746. Aug. 10. Sarah dan. of Benjamin Marshall of Bentley, 

husbandman. 
1757. Sept. 5. W'" son of John Marshall of Bentley, Innkeepeer. 
1760. June 9. John son of John Marshall of Bentley, Innkeeper. 

1790. Aug. 19. Joseph and Mary, twin children of Joshua 

Marshall, Farmer, Bentley. 

1791. Jan' 6. John son of John Marshall, Miller, Bentley. 
1794. March 13. Ann dau. of Joshua Marshall, Farmer. Bentley, 

by Ann his wife. 

1794. April 3. Elizabeth dau. of John Marshall, Miller, Bentley. 

by Margaret his wife. 

1795. Jam 5. Jane dau. of John Marshall, Victualler, Bentley, 

by Jane his wife. 
179N. March 22. Elizabeth third daughter of Joshua Marshall, 
of Bentley, Farmer, by Ann daughter of Thomas 
Hemsworth, of Barnborough. Shoemaker. 

Marriages. 

1595. April 23. Allan Cocken and Alice Marshall. 

1598. Aug. 13. Robert Potte and Matilda Marshall. 

1623. Oct. 28. Robertus Marshall et Joanna Cockine. 

1635. Nov. 10. John Green and Ann Marshall. 

1655. June 27. William Pigburne of Bentley, shoemaker, and 

Mary Marshall of the parish of Methley, spinster. 

1656. Nov. 27. William Marshall of Bentley, labourer, and 

Elizabeth Bincliffe of Stockbridge, widow. 
1661. Oct. 22. William Otley and Elizabeth Marshall, both of 

this parish. 
1695. Nov. 26. Robert Turner of Burghwallis and Mary 

Marshall of Bentley. 
1705. Nov. 30. Robert Marshall and Ann Crawshaw. 
1730. June 25. John Ellison and Elizabeth Marshall, widow, 

both of this. 
1732. April 16. Washington Wroe, Sut. calcear. and Susanna 

Marshall, vid. 1 
1753. April 26. John Marshall and Martha Rantree. 
1756. Nov. 16. John Marshall and Mary Scholay both of this. 

1756. Nov. 29. John Booth and Eliz. Marshall both of this p. 

1757. Dec. 1. Joseph Hutchinson of Thorn and Elizabeth 

Marshall of this p. 
1766. May 18. Richard Mapplebeck and Mary Marshall both of 

this p. 
1769. Jam 17. Thomas Marshall of Bentley, Farmer, and Ann 

Huntington, widow, of this, by lie. 

1 She was buried at Arksey, 3 Jan>. 1752. 



ARKSEY REGISTERS. 9 

Burials. 

585. Jam 7. Richard Mascall of Almholme. 

595. Feb. 17. Thomas son of Robert Marshall. 

628. Oct. 13. Infans Roberti Marshall. 

655. Dec. 21. Barbara wife of William Marshall of Bentley, 

labourer. 

659. Jan v 17. Ann dau. of William Marshall of Bentley. 

667. Sept. 9. William Marshall of Bentley. 

676. July 8. Elizabetha Marshall, e charitatis asdibus. 

700. April 16. Ann d. of Joseph Marshall of Bentley. 

706. April 12. Ann wife of Robert Marshall of Bentley. 

706. Feb. 4. Joseph son of Joseph Marshall, jun., of Bentley. 

714. Feb. 14. Ann wife of Joseph Marshall, sen., of Bentley. 

722. Nov. 24. Joseph Marshall of Bentley, husbandman. 1 

722. Feb. 26. Susanna dau. of Robert Marshall of Arksey, 

husbandman. 

722. Feb. 26. Joseph son of same. 

726. Nov. 28. Thomas son of same. 

727. Nov. 20. Robert Marshall of Arksey, husbandman. 

727. Dec. 18. Sarah wife of Joseph Marshall, of Bentley, 

husbandman. 
727. Dec. 31. Ann Marshall of Bentley, a virgin. 

727. Jam 28. Susanna dau. of Robert Marshall, of Arksey, 

husbandman, lately deceased. 

728. March . . . Elizabeth dau. of John Marshall, of Bentley, 

husbandman. 

729. April 17. John Marshall of Bentley, husbandman. 

729. Dec. 1. Joseph Marshall of Bentley, husbandman. 

730. March 10. Joseph son of John Marshall of Bentley, 

deceased, husbandman. 
732. March 1. Sarah dau. of John Marshall, of Bentley, 

husbandman, lately deceased. 
736. Nov. 17. Joseph son of Benj. Marshall of Bentley, Farmer. 
743. April 23. Sarah dau. of Benj. Marshall. 
758. Aug. 8. W m son of John Marshall of Bentley, Innkeeper. 
774. Jam 7. Mary wife of John Marshall of Bentley, Victualler. 
774. May 20. John Marshall of Bentley, Victualler. 
786. Sept. 6. Eliz" 1 wife of Benjamin Marshall, Farmer, Bentley, 

aged 83. 
791. May 10. Benjamin Marshall, Farmer, Bentley, aged 88. 

791. Dec. 26. Martha wife of John Marshall, Farmer, Bentlev, 

aged 69. 

792. Jam - 26. Edward Marshall, labourer, Bentley, aged 80. 
799. March 15. John Marshall, junior, of Bentlev, Miller, aged 

43- 

1 Joseph Marshall of Bentley, sen 1 ', yeoman. Will dated 29 August, 1722. 
To daughter Ann ,£100. Joseph son of Richard Doughty. Ann daughter of 
Robert Turner. Joseph son of Robert Marshall. My daughter Sarah Doughtv. 
To Robert Turner, is. Farm to son Joseph, he paying to my son Robert 
Marshall ^10. Proved at York 21 May, 1723. See Vol. i., p. 302. His 
descendants appear to have been as here set down in tabular form : — 



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EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



Ardeley, 

CO. 

Hertford. 



Transcript of 

Bishop's Clecve 

Register at 

Gloucester. 



173 1. May 31. Daniel son of Daniel and Jane Marshall Bapt. 
Favcrsliain, co. Kent. 

1656. Anne Marshall dau. of Jonathan Marshall, 
25 March. Bapt. 

1697-8. George Shelford of Hormead Mag: 
Wid : and Mary Marshal Wid. 26 Jam 
Married. 

1658. Grace Marshall wife of Jonathan Mar- 
shall, 9 Sept. Buried. 

1658. Jonathan Marshall of Luffenhall, 31 Dec. 
Buried. 

1680. Oct. 18. Henry son of Thomas Marshall 

alias Gilford, of Woodmancote, and 
Jane his wife was bapt. 

1 68 1. March 6. Thomas son of Thomas 

Gifford alias Marcher (sic) of Wood- 
mancote, and Jane his wife was bapt. J 
1637. June 30. M r Henry Marshall of Gatefulford and Ann 

Bowes. Married. Howden, eo. York. See vol. i., p. ig. 
1698. Jan. ig. John Marshall, Gent. Buried. Felkirk, co. York. 
1630. Aug. 8. Roger Marshall and Elizabeth Watts. Married. 

Pyllc, co. Somerset. 
1691. May 5. M r George Lench and M rs Katherine Marshall 

were married. Transcript of Grimley Register at 

Worcester. 
1626. Sept. 26. James Woodes & Mariel 

Marshall were married. 
1722. Oct. 18. Mary D 1 ' of James & Rachel 

Marshall Travelers. Bapt. j 

1644. Nov. 11. Thomas Bennifield & Ann 

married. Tauuington, co. Suffolk. 

1572. Oct. 3. Thomas Marshall and Elizabeth 

Welch. Married. 

1573. Feb. 15. The Wife of Thomas Marshall. 

Buried. 

1575. April 29. Thomas Marshall Bapt. / 

1688. Buried. M r Francis Marshall Vicar of Hollow, November 

23. Transcript of Hallow Register at Worcester. 1 
161 1. Nov. 5. John Marshall.- Buried. Richmond, co. Surrey. 
1670. Jam 31. Jeffery Brock [of Basford] and Mary Marshall. 3 

Married. Radford, co. Nott'"- 



Bruudish, 
co. Suffolk. 

Marshall were 



Stifford, 

co. Essex. 



' Francis Marshall, clerk, A. B. was instituted to the vicarage of Grimley with 
Hallow, 13 Dec, 1660, patron the Bishop of Worcester, (Morley). He appears 
amongst those who disclaimed arms at the Visitation of Worcestershire 1682. 
He was succeeded in the living by Thomas Pipard, who was instituted on the 
vacancy caused by his death, 19 Feb., 1688. 

2 See Vol. i., p. 55. From Index to Court Rolls of Richmond, Goitgh MSS. 
Bodleian, it appears that 9 James I. (1611-12) George Marshall was heir to John 
Marshall at his death. 5 Car. I. (1629-30) Katherine Marshall was heir of George 
Marshall at his death. 

s See Mar. Lie. Vol. i., p. 78. 



12 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



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[666 
[562 

[ 593 

! 594 
[717 

73« 
743 
73 2 

:6 99 . 
662. 

[662. 

:6<Sg, 
:6o4, 
1650. 

[658. 

:68o. 

1766. 

[623. 

:62g, 
[661. 
661 
661. 

7 J 3 
1615. 
645. 

668. 



Buried. Basford, 

I. Buried. ) CO. Nott'" 



Hcston, co. 
Middlesex. 



Carlton 

in Lindrick, 

co. Nott'"- 



. Dec. 17. M« W" Marshall. 

. June 22. M r Sam 1 Marshall. 

■3. Feb. 1. Jhonnes Marshall and Edetha 

Grafton. Married. 
Aug. 3. Edeth Marshall wife of John 

Marshall of Hounslow. Buried. 
May 13. George Greatrackes and Anne 

Marshall. Married. 
Oct. 10. John Marshall and Mary 

Hickman both of this parish. Married. 
Aug. 9. Ric. Marshall and Hannah Hall 

both of this parish. Married. 
Oct. 5. Robert Stapleton and Man- 
Marshall. Married. 
Sept. 15. James Marshall and Sarah Shepherd. Married. 

Petersham, co. Surrey. 
Jan v 25. Joseph Kippax and Sarah Marshall Married. 

Harworth, co. Nott'"- 
April 15. Willia the son of John Marshall I 

and Anne was (of the Merls) buryed. 
April 24. Anne the Daughter of John 

and Anne Marshall was buryed (of y' : j- 

Merells). 
Nov. 2. Ant. Marshall. Buried. See | 

Vol. i., pp. 297, 321. . J 

April 9. Mathew Marshall & Brigett 

Sandars. Married. 
April 4. Thomas Marshall of Kew. 

Buried. 
Aug. 18. Kathrine Marshall. Buried. 
Aug. 5. William Grant & Eliz. Marshall. 

Married. 
Oct. ig. James Marshall of S' Ann's 

Westminster, and Elizabeth Webster, 

of Richmond. Lie. Married. 
June 22. Thomas Marshall and Ann 

Bell of Balcombe in the parish of 

Howden. Married. 
Feb. 4. Henry Marshall of Howden & 

Duglas Pearcey of Sandholm. Married. 
Sept. 22. Daniell the sonne of John Marshall. Bapt. 

Transcript of Wragby, co. York. 
(1662?). William Marshall . . . die March. 

Transcript of Acastcr, co. York. 
Aug. 11. Will'm ye sone of Will'm Marshall. 

Transcript of Patritigton, co. York. 
April 10. George Short and Anne Marshall. 

Cue knew co. Nott'"- 
Feb. 7. Philip Marshall alias Milwarch 

and Anne Pardoe. Married. 
July 15. Justice dau. of Justice and 

Richard Millerd al's Marshal. Bapt. 
Sept. 29. Edmund son of Philip and 

Margaret Marshall. Bapt. t 



Richmond, 
co. Surrey. 



Eastrington, 

eo. York. 



Buried. 



Buried. 



Married. 



Transcript 
of Ombersley, 
co. Worcester. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



I 3 



1634. Oct. 28. Francis Marshall and Jane Wentworth. Married. 
Badsworth, co. York. 

1702-3. Feb. 21. Anthony Marshall of Upton. Buried. Bads- 
worth, co. York. 

1648. Dec. 26. Bernard Marshall and Jennet Pigot. Married. 
Frichley, co. York. 

1656. Madglen Marshall wife of John Marshall, ) 
buried Aug. 23. 

1 66 1. John Marshall, buried 16 I ? eb. 

1681. Othery (?) wife of James Marshall, buried 

27 April. South 

1682. Henry son of James Marshall, buried 16 |- Dalton, 

March. • co. York, 

1687. James son of Thomas Marshall, bapt. 15 

Feb. 
1691. John Marshall and Elizabeth Baites. 

Married, 29 Nov. J 

1653. Upon Monday the 13" 1 day of March 1653 John Marshall 

of Hake [Ake] and Servant to Richard Remington the 

elder hanged himself and upon the 15"' of March he was 

buried after ye Coroner had viewed him. Lockiugton, co. 

York. 
1549. May 20. Jennet M'shall was bapt. ] 

1699. June 23. Thomas Nornabell and Ann Holme on 

Marshall. Married. Y the Wolds, 

1700. Nov. 28. Tho s Marshall and Mary Sher- co. York. 

wood. Married. ' 



1568. 

*574- 

J 579- 

!5 8 3- 

J 594- 

!597- 

J 599- 
1600. 

1600. 

1 60 1. 

1602. 

1603. 

1603. 

1605. 

1608. 

1610. 

1612. 

1669. 



16. 
10. 

24. 



Tickhill, co. York. 

Baptisms. 

March 14. John son of William Marshall. 
July 16. Jennett dau. of William Marshall. 
Henry son of William Marshall. 
Hellen dau. of John Marshall. 
Johan dau. of John Marshall. 
Jane dau. of John Marshall. 
Jennett dau. of Thomas Marshall. 
Dorithie dau. of Thomas Marshall. 
Johan dau. of Henry Marshall. 
Francis dau. of Robert Marshall. 
William son of Henry Marshall. 
Henry son of Thomas Marshall. 
Dorytye dau. of Henry Marshall. 
Johan dau. of Robert Marshall. 
Robert base son of Jayne Marshall. 
Margaret dau. of Henry Marshall. 
William son of Robert Marshall. 



Au 
Dec 

Feb 
Feb 

Feb. 25. 
May 8. 
May 20. 
Aug. 8. 
Feb. 22. 
March 7. 
Feb. 24. 

J ul y 2 5- 
Sept. 4. 

July 14. 
March 30. 



March 26. Margret dau. of Henrie Marshall. 
June 28. Wynifride dau. of Henrie Marshall. 
Sept. 14. Anne dau. of William Marshall. 



14 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



1672. 
1676. 
1682. 



!573- 
*579- 
I 5' s 4- 
1592. 

*599- 
1602. 

1603. 

1624. 

1632. 

1643. 

1694. 

1699. 

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l 55°- 
l 55 2 - 
1569. 

I 57°- 

I 57°- 
!57o- 
J 579- 
1583- 
1586. 
1589. 

1599- 

1600. 
1604. 
1608. 
1611. 
1611. 
i6ig. 
1623. 
1631. 
1632. 



Aug. 4. Elizabeth dau. of William Marshall. 
Nov. 7. Dorothy dau. of William Marshall. 
Nov. 24 son of William Marshall. 



July 1. 
Nov. 24 
May 19. 
June 2. 
Dec. 4. 
Jan. 27 
July 1 1 
Oct. 24 
Jan. 20 
Oct. 28 
Dec. 8. 
April 10 
Nov. 28, 
July 19. 



Marriages. 

William Marshall and Elizabeth Bybb. 
John Marshall and Hellen Birley. 
Richard Marshall and Anne Bower. 
John Vessy and Jane Oglethorpe. 
Robert Marshall and Issabell Stillinge. 
William Powle and Ellen Marshall. 
Thomas Marshall and Dyonis Pashelaye. 
George Fisher and Joan Marshall. 
Roger Nycholsonne and Joane Marshall. 
James Fowler and Dorathy Marshall. 
John Leese and Frances Marshall. 
William Marshall and Jane Norton. 
Jo: Wildsmith and Dorathy Marshall. 
John Marshall and Mary Fanshaw. 

Burials. 



May 12. Margret Marshall. 

March 20. Richard the son of William Marshall. 

July 18. John son of William Marshall. 

Dec. 1. John Marshall. 

Jan. 16. Jennett Marshall. 

Jan. 27. Issabell Marshall. 

Feb. 6. Margrete Marshall. 

May 10. William Marshall. (See p. 54.) 

April 23. Jennet dau. of William Marshall. 

June 27. Hellen dau. of John Marshall. 

Oct. 7. John Marshall. (Seep. 54.) 

May 12. Dorithie dau. of Thomas Marshall. 

March 24. Anne wife of Thomas Marshall. 

April 2. Henry son of Thomas Marshall. 

Feb. 15. William son of Robert Marshall. 

March 28. John son of Henrie Marshall. 

Sept. 28. x Margarett dau. of Henrie Marshall. 

May 20. Anne dau. of Robert Marshall. 

March 24. Margaret wife of Henrye Marshall. 

July 20. Dorothy dau. of Henry Marshall. 

March 18. Henry Marshall. 



St. John's (Laughtox), co. York. 

1578. June 7. Elizabeth d. of John Marshall. 
1578. Jan> 13. Alice d. of John Marshall. 
1581. April 24. Thomas s. of John Marshall. 



1 See Vol. i., p. 70, where 18 is an error for 2S. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. I 5 

April 10. ' Emota ' d. of John Marshall. 

July 22. Edward s. of John Marshall. 

April 21. Robert s. of John Marshall. 
March 2. 'Elizeus' 1 s. of Clement Marshall. 

July 23. Robert s. of Clement Marshall. 

Jam 14. ' Dorithea ' d. of Clement Marshall. 

Jam' 28. Elizabeth d. of Clement Marshall. 

Dec. 10. Alice d. of Clement Marshall. 

Selby, co. York. 
Baptisms. 

Oct. 12. Michael son of William Marshall. 

Sept. 14. Richard son of Thomas Marshall. 

Oct. 11. Thomas son of Thomas Marshall. 

Sept. 13. Peter Marshall the sone of Robert Marshall. 

Oct. 10. [Ro] bert Marshall the sone of Rob. Marshall. 

March g. Mary Marshall the daughter of Willia Marshall, 

Junio 1 '. 
May 30. Roger Marshall the sone of Robert Marshall, gen. 
May 22. Margaret the daughter of Richard Marshall. 
Dec. 5. Thomas the sonne of Richard Marshall. 
Jam 3. Jane the daughter of Richard Marshall. 
Aug. 16. Lawrence the sonne of Richard Marshall. 
Sept. 21. Robert the sonne of M r Michell Marshall. - 
Sept. 23. Michell the sonne of M r Michell Marshall. 
Sept. 2. Thomas the sonne of Richard Marchell. 
March 8. Ann the daughter of Micell Marshall. 
Sept. 12. Thomas the son of Michell Marshall. 
Jam' 22. John the son of Michell Marshell. 
April 29. Emanell the sonn of Richard Marchell. 
Feb. 10. Ann the daughter of Richard Marshill. 
June 20. Sara the daughter of Richard Marshill. 
April 8. Henarey the sonn [of] Henarey Marshell. 
Feb. 26. Ailize the daughter of Richard Marshell. 
June 5. Saray the 'daughter of Richard Marshell. 
June 25. Ann dau. of Thomas Marshall. 
Feb. 8. Richard son of Henry Marshall. 
June 9. John son of Thomas Marshall. 
April 26. Ann dau. of John Marshall. 
Aug. 28. John son of John Marshall. 

Sept. 27. Emanuel son of Emanuel Marshall, bricklayer. 3 
Nov. 18. Lydia dau. of Emanuel Marshall, bricklayer. 4 

1 i.e., Elisha. 

- The following tabular pedigree, p. 16, will assist the reader to place the per- 
sons mentioned in these extracts, and in other places in this book, in the proper 
order of their relationship. 

a '" Emanuel Marshall, Jun r , b. n March, 1724. Emanuel Marshall, Sen r , 
gent, 17 May, 1740." Monumental Inscription in Morrell's History of Selby, 
p. 234. 

■1 " Lydia w. of Robert Anby, and d. of Eml. Marshall, sen r , d. 21 st Decem- 
ber, 1756." Monumental Inscription in Morrell's History of Selby, p. 237. 



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• Robert Marshall of Wentbridge, Innholder. Will dated g Oct., 1602, 
proved at York 27 Jan>', following. To be buried in the churchyard of Kirk- 
Smeaton. Mentions an indenture dated 39 Eliz., by Robert Waterhouse of 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 1 7 

1709 dau. of Emanuel Marshall, bricklayer. 

17 10. Aug. 25. Michael son of Michael Marshall. 

1713. April . . Frankland son of M r Michael Marshall. 

17 14. May 29. Robert son of M 1 Michael Marshall. 

1715. Feb. 14. Elizabeth dau. of M r Michael Marshall. 

Marriages. 

1595. July 6. William Marshall and Alice Smith. 

Woobanke and Jane Marshall. 

1602. Aug. 10. Michael Marshall and Margaret Fleminge. 

1606. Dec. 2. William Marshall and Isabell Bolton. 

1609. Oct. 24. Robert Marshall and Mary Bramley. 

1620. July 9. Richard Parker and Lucye Marshall. 

1626. Nov. 28. William Hawley and Mary Marshall. 

1630. Sept. 15. William Colbourne and An Marshall. 

1632. Sept. 25. William Marshall and Rachell Topham. 

1632. Dec. 11. Thomas Knight, Junio r , and Margaret Marshall. 

1633. Feb. 24. Georg Lawtye of Carleton and Bridgett Mar- 

shall. 
1635. Nov. 26. Thomas Copley and Ann Marshall. 
1687. Feb. 16. James Marshall and Frances Westoby. 

Burials. 

1625. July 31. Robert Marshall the sone of Robert Marshall, 
gen. 

1628. Feb. 3. Mary Marshall the daughter of William Marshall 

Junio 1 '. 
i62g. Sept. 9. Roger Marshall the sone of Robert Marshall 
gentleman. (Buried in the church.) 

1629. March 9. Joan Marshall the wife of William Marshall. 

1643. May 4. Frances the wife of Robert Marshall senio r . 

1644. May 28. Alize the daughter of Richard Marshall. 

Harthill, gent., demising to him for 19 years at the rent of £11 17 s 6 d " the 
house called the Swan in which I now dwell," etc. I will that Mary my wife, 
and my daughter Elizabeth wife of Robert Watson, enjoy them during the 
minority of my son Robert. To son Michael £40. To daughter Victoria £20. 
Son in law Thomas Belte. Mary Marshall my brothers daughter. Robert 
Marshall the son chose Michael Marshall of Selby to be his guardian. 

2 Alice Oglethorpe of Keilington, co. York. Dated 9 August, 1660. To be 
buried in chancel of parish church of Keilington nigh to my husband, deceased. 
To son Thomas Mab £100 or to his child or children in case he die. His 
daughter Elizabeth Mab. Grandchild William Lewis. To my cousin John 
Oglethorpe the scholar 40 s . Henry, Thomas, Christopher, and William Addams 
sons of Henry Addams, minister of Rawmarsh. To William and John 
Everingham sons of Thomas Everingham of Whitley, deceased 16 s amongst 
them. To William Loueday 20 s William Shireson. William Sharpaste. 
Lease of Thornefeild in the lordship of Beale to Edward Pagitt of Beale. 
Margaret Anby daughter of John Anby of Selby. To Thomas Pickard, Minister, 
and Anne his wife 40 s , and to Michael, Thomas, and John Marshall, and 
Charles Pickard, sons of Anne Pickard, 20 s equally amongst them. Anne Walken 
of Hadlesay and Thomas Walken her son. Thomas Mab, and William Lewis 
executors. Thomas Pickard, minister, a witness. — Proved at York 30 December, 
1662. (Vol.45, f°- 2 53-) 



i6 55 


May 3. 


1657 


Dec. 27. 


1657 


March 4 


1658 


Oct. 29. 


1667 


Oct. 6. 


1669 


Dec. 29. 


1679 


Sept. 5. 


1679 


Dec. 22. 


1689 


Dec. 20. 


if.ijo 


June 24. 


1690 


Feb. 24. 


1692 


April 29. 


1698 


Aug. 2. 




execute 


1710 


Aug. 25. 


i7 J 3 


July 2. 


1714 


Sept. 9. 


1718 


Feb. 12. 


1719 


May 2. 



I 8 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Robart the sonne of Michell Marshall. 
Leonard son of Richard Marshall. 
Michael Marshall Minester of the Gospel. 1 
Rachel wife of William Marshall. 
Alice Marshill. 
M" Marchell. (Buried in the church.) 
Jane the wife of Richard Marshill. 
Richard Marshell. (Buried in the church.) 
John son of Thomas Marshall. 
Elizabeth wife of M r Thomas Marshall. 
Markerill [? Margaret] dau. of Thomas Marshall. 
M r Thomas Marshall. 1 

M" Pickard, Woollen draper, buried by her 
>r Ann Marshall. 

Michael son of Michael Marshall. 
Frankland son of Michael Marshall. 
Robert son of Michael Marshall. 
M r Michael Marshall. 
Henry Marshall. 

CON'ISBOROUGH, CO. YORK. 

1566. June 7. Margret dau. of Tho. Marshall. \ 

1585. Dec. 16. Jane dau. of Will'm Marshall. I ^ Vsed 

1587. March 17. Elizabeth dau. of Will'm Marshall. ( ' 

1594. June 9. Richard son of Will'm Marshall. j 

1648. July 18. Matrimonii! Guliel : Saxton de Harworth clerici 

et Edithe Marshall celebratu est.'- 
1675. Nov. 21. Thomas Nicholson & Anne Marshall. Married. 

(See vol. ii., p. 52.) 
1688. July . . . Robert Thwaites & Eliz. Saxton, Gent. Married. 
1722. May 27. Nicholas Marshal. Buried. 

1 On a ledger stone in South Aisle : — 

An epitaph upon y e Michael Marshall, who died 

.... day of ... . 
[Here follow several lines in verse which will be found in Morrell's History 
of Sclby, but note that the two which he gives in parentheses are not on 
the stone.] 

Here lieth y c body of Thomas Marshall, Draper, son of 
Michael Marshall, Doctor of Divinity, late in Selby, who 
departed ys life y c 271'' of April, 1692. 

Inf. Hie jacet Michaslem (sic) Michselis Filius, et Thomas 
Marshall, Gen. Nepos, Qui sepultus est 25'° die Augusti .... 

On another stone, near the above : — 

Here was buried .... 

of Mary the wife .... 

Marshall the 2 of ... . 

1683. 

2 The following entry is in Harworth Register : — 

1648. July 18. " Guilielmus Saxton cler' et Editha filia Guil. Marshall, 
Generosus." 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 1 9 

ROTHERHAM, CO. YORK. 

Baptisms. 

2 Edw. vi. Nov. 19. George s. of Thomas Marshall. 

1563. April 4. John Marshall. 

1566. Jam 19. Richard Marshall. 

1568. July 25. Roger Marshall. 

1570. Jam 6. William Marshall. 

1570. March 17. William Marshall. 

1571. Oct. 7. John Marshall. 
1573. Aug. 2. Elizabeth Marshall. 
1576. July I. Margret Marshall. 

1581. Sept. 17. Margret Marshall, (illegit.) 

1582. Sept. 23. Thomas Marshall. 
1586. March 2. Agnes Marshall. 
1586. March 4. Henry Marshall. 
1586. May 12. George Marshall. 

1588. April 21. Ellin Marshall. 

1589. July 7. Anne Marshall. 

159 1. May 12. Betryse Marshall. ) ^ ... 

1591. May 13. ' Margaret Marshall. } ° 

1598. Aug. 18. Isabell Marshall. 

1601. Sept. 20. Robert Marshall. 

1602. March 14. Thomas Marshall. 

1602. Nov. 14. Ann Marshall. 

1603. Jam 30. Anthonye Marshall. 

1607. April 22. William son of Xpofer Marshall, stranger. 

1609. April 30. Thomas son of James Marshall. 

1643. Oct. 29. Deborah dau. of William Marshall. 

1647. April 4. William son of William Marshall. 

1649. May 27. William son of William Marshall. 

1651. March 14. Jonathan son of William Marshall. 

1662. April 13. Mary dau. of Godfrey Marshall. — Transcript 



at York. 



Marriages. 



1565. Oct. 7. John Marshall and Margaret Hirst. 

1566. Sept. 1. John Law and Joan Marshall. 

1569. Sept. 29. Robert Marshall and Joan Everingham. 

1570. Sep. 3. William Marshall and Margaret Darwyn. 

1570. Sept. 4. Robert Marshall and Mary Tincker. 

1571. Oct. 2. Richard Marshall and Ellin Whittley. 
1578. June 6. William Pearsay and Agnes Marshall. 

1583. Nov. 3. James Marshall and Margaret Byncks. 

1584. Nov. 15. Richard Marshall and Marjery Jelott. 
1587. Jam 30. John Marshall and Elizabeth Cowper. 
1595. March 2. Willm Marshall and Issabell Greenwood. 

1597. April 10. Xpofer Marshall and Margaret Robinson. 

1598. Jam' 21. Richard Trewloue and Fraunces Marshall. 

1 In another place " eodem die." 



20 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Willm Marshall and Elizabeth Hadfeild. 
Thomas Dodworth and Anne Marshall. 
Henry Marshall and Mary Stringer. 
George Marshall and Issabell Swifte. 
Xpofer Marshall and Margret Birkes. 
Xpofer Marshall and Anne Page. 
John Benton and Elizabeth Marshall. 
Robert Roger and Elizabeth Marshall. 
Richard Johnson and Anne Marshall. 
Henry Lilly and Ellen Marshall. 
Rich. Johnson & Eliz. Marshall. — Transcript at 

Burials. 

Erauncys Marshall. 
Rychard Marshall. 
Margert Marshall. 
John Marshall. 

Elizabeth Marshall. 

John Marshall. 

Frauncis Marshall. 

Agnes Marshall. 
Mathew Marshall. 

John Marshall. 
Deborah Marshall. 
William Marshall. 

George Marshall. 

Masham, co. York. 

Baptisms. 

Oct. 3. William son of Francis Marshall. 

Sept. 10. Susanna dau. of Christopher Marshall. 

Feb. 14. Arthur son of John Marshall. 

Dec. 17. Elizabeth dau. of same. 

Feb. 16. Susanna ,, same. 

July 21. John son of Christopher Marshall. 

April 25. Mary dau. of same. 

Marriages. 

1629. Ellingstring. July 7. Thomas Pickersgill and Elizabeth 

Marshall. 

1630. July 1. Francis Marshall and Jane Pickersgill. 

1668. Grewelthorpe. May 21. Leonard Marshall and Mary 

Malthouse, of Aldfield. 
1672. Masham. Aug. 14. Christopher Marshall and Bettrice 

Holdsworth. 

Burials. 

1603. Masham. Oct. 7. An infant of Francis Marshall. 
1606. Fearby, April 22. Anthony Marshall. 



1599 


Jam 20. 


1608 


Oct. 8. 


1612 


Sept. 8. 


1612 


Jam 24. 


1618 


July 28. 


1627 


July 11. 


1627 


July 29. 


1636 


July 25. 


1637 


July 16. 


1640 


Nov. 12. 


1666 


Dec. 3. 




York. 


x 574 


Nov. 9. 


I57 6 


July 21. 


*577 


Oct. 10. 


1586 


July 10. 


J 5 8 7 


Dec. 27. 


J 5< s 9 


Nov. 25. 


x 59i 


June 13. 


1 59 1 


June 15. 


1640 


Jam 1. 


1642 


Dec. 14. 


1646 


Oct. 17, 


1648 


July 20. 


1652 


April 21. 



1604. 


Masham 


i6ig. 


c 


1639. 


)> 


1640. 


») 


1645. 


)> 


1674. 


5 » 


1676. 


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VARIOUS REGISTERS. 21 

1609. Masham. May 7. The wife of Francis Marshall. 

1613. Dec. 1. Francis Marshall. 

1632. Masham. Dec. 21. Christopher Marshall. 
1646. ,, July 22. Elizabeth Marshall, widow. 

St. Nicholas, in the City of Gloucester. 
Marriages. 

Thorns Marchall and Sybbell Pryce. 
John Marshall and Anne Cradocke. 
Henry Marshall and Margarett Jones. 
Thomas Marshall and Mary Cibbletts. 
John Window and Elizabeth Marshall. 

KlRKBY MALZEARD, CO. YORK. 

1685. Braistywood. Sep. 26. Leonard son .of Leonard Marshall 
of Braistywood. Bapt. Leonard Metcalf, jun., of Studley 
hall, John Bramley of Golwhay [Galphay] and Margaret 
Todd of Ripon, sureties. 

1688. Galwhay. Ruth wife of Leonard Marshall. Buried. Nov. 

18. 
1692. Galwhay. William son of Leonard Marshall. Buried. 
Feb. 1. 

1689. Leonard Marshall and Hannah Wikeley both of Galwhay 

married 13 Jam, 1689-90. 



1578. 

1618. 


May 11. 
Jan. 10. 


1656. 
1686. 


Feb. — . 
Oct. 16. 


1696. 


Nov. 10. 



1621 
1622 

1623 
1625 

1627 
1630 

1634 

^37 

1621 

^33 

1640 
1642 

!673 
l6 73 



- Bapt. 



East Markham, co. Notts. 

Nov. 27. Thomas Marshall with Alee Johnson. Married. 
June 9. Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Marshall. -^ 
March 14. Mary dau. of same. 

Jam' 28. Thomas son of same. 

Dec. 20. Richard son of same. 

Jam' 20. Edward son of same. 

Oct. 28. Robert son of same. 

March 16. Oliver son of same. 

and Alee Marshall. J 

Feb. 26. Mary the dau. of Tho. Marshall. Buried. 
Rowland Barker w lh Bridgett Marshall. Married 9 May. 
Will" 1 Hastings with Sibbell Marshall. Married 13 August. 
March 24. Robert son of Thomas and Dorothy Marshall. 

Bapt. 
Nov. 29. John Marshall and Jane Brett. Married. 
Dec. 12. Mary dau. of John Marshall. Bapt. 



22 

EXTRACTS FROM TRANSCRIPTS OF YORKSHIRE 
PARISH REGISTERS. 

Leeds. 

1661. June 18. William Marshall of Kirkgait. Buried. 

1661. Aug. 8. An infant of Henry Marshall of Milhill. Buried. 

1661. Oct. 24. Hannah daughter of Thomas Marshall of Houl- 

becke. Buried. 

1661. Feb. 8. Thomas sonne of Francis Marshall of Hilhous- 

bankes. Buried. 

1662. Nov. 30. Francis Marshall of Hilhousbankes had a child 
bapt. named Ruth. 

1662. March 8. Thomas Marshall of Houbecke had a child 

baptized named Ann. 
1662. April 24. James sonne of Widow Marshall of Kirkgait. 

Buried. 
1662. May 17. Francis Marshall of Hilhousbankes. Buried. 

1662. Aug. 27. M r William Marshall steward of lower house. 

Buried. 

1663. May 6. M r William Haumshey of Vicar laine and Mary 

Marshall of Otley parish. Married. 

1664. Nov. 13. Thomas Marshall of Houlbecke had a child 

baptized named Richard. 

1665. Nov. 16. John Dovers of March laine and Grace Marshall 

of Brigait. Married. 

1665. Dec. 4. Ruth daughter of Widow Marshall of Almes- 

houses in Lidgait. Buried. 

1666. Jan. 29. X'po. Tomson and Sarah Marshall of Lidgait. 

Married. 
1666. Dec. 27. Ann daughter of Thomas Marshall of Houl- 
becke. Buried. 

1666. Feb. 6. Richard sonne of Thomas Marshall of Houlbecke. 

Buried. 

1667. Jan. 26. Stephen Snell of Headrow and Ann Marshall of 

New chappell. Married. 
1667. April 3. Ann wife of William Marshall of Headrow. 

Buried. 
1667. May 20. Peter Marshall of the Shambles. Buried. 

1667. Nov. 15. Henry Marshal of Milhill, Flocker. Buried. 

1668. May 14. Beniamin Dyson of Heddingley and Alice 

Marshall of Shambles. Married. 

1668. Jan. 13. Stephen Clarke and Mary Marshall of Milhill. 

Married. 

1669. Aug. 25. William Fletcher of Churchyarde and Isabell 

Marshall of Kirkgait. Married. 
1669. Oct. 12. Thomas Marshall of Houlbeck. Buried. 

Terrington. 

1661. Sept. 31. Fra'cis the daughter of Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

1662. Jan. 14. Robert Knott and Thomas Marshell was bured. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 23 

1664. April 29. Isabell Marshall widow buryed. 

1668. Feb. 23. Mathew Marshall and Anne Pennock. Married. 
1 67 1. Richard Marshall signs as churchwarden. 

Halifax. 

1661. April 23. Wid. Sam. Marshall, Hali. Buried. 

1661. Jan. 5. Beniamin Martin Marshall, Hali. Bapt. 

1661. Jan. 12. Beni'min Martin Marshall, Hali. Buried. 

1661. Feb. 5. Tho. Marshall. Hali. plasterer. Buried. 

1662. Feb. 29. Maior Marshall and Martha Lawton, Stansfield. 

Married. 

1663. Nov. 12. Joh'es Hoyle and Elizabeth Marshall. Sowerby. 

Married. 
1663. April 12. Vid. Joh. Marshall. Halifax. Buried. 

1665. Feb. 27. Joh. Hobson & Judith Marshall. Halifax. 

Married. 
1665. April 16. Tho. Marshall. Halifax. Buried. 

1669. April 11. "Jud: Jos: Marchall & Mar: Medley, Halifax." 

Bapt. 
1669. May 11. Joh. Marchall & Gratia Brooke. Shelfe. Married. 

1669. Sept. 21. Edw. Marchall & Katherina Wheatley. Halyfax. 

Married. 

1670. July 17. Tho: Ed: Marshell. Halyfax. Bapt. 
1670. Aug. 24. Jos: Marshall. Northor'. Buried. 
1670. Jan. 15. Marg : Marshall. Halyfax. Buried. 

SlLKESTONE. 

1661. Dec. 22. Anne the daughter of Martin Marshall of Silke- 

stone was Baptized. 
1661-2. Feb. 4. George Marshall of Dodworth was Buried. 
1663-4. Jan. 31. John the son of Martin Marshall of Silkston 

was baptized. 

1663. June 18. Richard Marshall of the pishe of Peniston and 

Mary Crawshaw of Dodworth in the pish of Silkston 
was maried. 

1664. Oct. 1. Sara the daughter of Geruas Marshall of Silkston. 

Bapt. 

1664. Jan. 4. Mary daughter of Geruas Marshall of Silkston. 

Buried. 

1665. Dec. 17. Ann daughter of Geruas & Mary Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1666. Jan. 17. Will. Sonn of Marten Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. May 18. Marthin Marshall buryd. 

Kippax. 

1667. June 2. Anna Marshall sepulta erat. 

1663. Jan. 24. Will'm Marshall sonne of Will'm Marshall. 
Bapt. 



24 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1666. July 22. Jacobus Marshall filius Gulielmi Marshall. Bapt. 

1666. Nov. 22. Joanna Marshall vidua sepulta. 

1668. June 2. Will'm Marshall burrid. 

1669. Oct. 24. Eliz. daughter of W m Marshall. Bapt. 

1670. Aug. 26. Cuthbert Marshall buried. 

MVTON UPON SWAYLE. 

1661. Sept. 25. Anne the daughter of Thomas Marshall, jun r . 

Bapt. 
i66r. April 30. Thomas Marshall and Alice Clemmison were 

marry ed. 
1 66 1. March 3. Thomas Marshall was buryed. 
1664. March ig. Alice the Daughter of Thomas Marshall and 

Alice his wife. Bapt. 

1664. Oct. 14. Anne y 1 ' Daughter of Thomas Marshall was 

buryed. 
1669. Nov. 28. Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas Marshall 
& Alice his wife of y* Parish of Oldbrough was baptiz. 

1671. Aug. 30. Alice the wife of Thomas Marshall was buried. 

Whitby. 

1 661. May 26. Robert Marshall sonn of James Marshall of 
Whitbey. Bapt. 

1 66 1. Jan. 5. Margret Marshall Daughter of Tho. Marshall of 

Wh. Bapt. 

1662. Nov. 2g. A child of James Marshalls. Buried. 

1663. Dec. 6. Issabell Marshall Daughter of James Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1663. Jan. 31. Timothy Marshall son of Thomas Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1663. Feb. 7. Francis Marshall son of Francis Marshall. Bapt. 

1663. May 19. Christopher Storr & Ellis Marshall. Married. 

1665. Oct. 4. James Marshall filius James Marshall. Bapt. 
1665. April 14. Richard Marshall. Buried. 

1665. June 10. Eliza. Marshall. Buried. 

1667. Sept. 1. John Marsh (sic) filius Thomas Marshall. 13 

(years of age). Buried. 
1667. Oct. 31. James filius James Marshall. 2 (years of age). 

Buried. 
1667. Nov. 20. Henry Sotham & Marshall widd. Published. 

1667. Jul}' 5. John filius James Marshall. Whitby. Bapt. 

1668. May 10. Alice Daugh. of Thomas Marshal. Whitby. 

Bapt. 

1668. Oct. 6. Mary Dau. of James Marshall. Whitby. Bapt. 

1669. Nov. 10. Allicia filia Tho'ae Marshall. Whitby. Buried. 
167 1. Oct. 29. Elizabetha [filia] Johannis Marshall. Bapt. 

Holy Trinity, Hull. 

1662. Feb. 17. Henry s. of Wat. Marshall. Buried. 

1663. Nov. 15. James so. of Thomas Marshall joyner. Bapt. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 25 

1663. Nov. 24. Henry Marshall. Buried. 

1664. Nov. 3. Richard Marshall & Elizabeth Wickham. Married. 

1664. March 22. Faith da. of George Marshall. Born. 

1665. Aug. 7. John Marshall & Hannah Smith. Married. 
1665. J u b' 2 6- John s. of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

1665. April 2. James s. of Thomas Marshall pinner. Buried. 

1666. Sept. 21. John s. of John Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. May 14. John Hodshon & Elizabeth Marshall. Married. 
1667. June 2. John Ellis & Sara Marshall. Married. 

1667. July 24. Isack Marshall & Hannah Lockwood. Married. 

(See ante, p. 51.) 

1667. Oct. 27. Leonard Marshall & Catherine Sandy. Married. 

1667. Dec. 8. George s. of Leonard Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Sept. 14. Frances w. of George Marshall. Buried. 

1667. Jan. 25. Christopher Marshall. Buried. 

1668. Jan. 25. Robert Williams & Elizab. Marshall. Married. 
1668. March 10. John s. of John Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. July 6. William Marshall. Buried. 

1670. March 8. George Marshall, soldier. Buried. 

1670. May 19. Thomas Bellard & Hannah Marshall. Married. 

1670. Aug. 21. William son of John Marshall. Bapt. 

167 1. June 5. John son of Richard Marshall. Buried. 

Foston. 

1662. March 2. John Marshall of Flaxton in the parish of 

Bossall and Grace Bell of Flaxton in the parish of Foston 
weir married. 

1663. Feb. 28. Margret the daughter of John Marshall of 

Flaxton was baptized. 
1663. March 8. Grace the wife of John Marshall of Flaxton was 

buried. 
1663. March 12. Margrett the daughter of John Marshall of 

Flaxton was buried. 

SS. John and Martin, Beverley. 

Alice uxor Thomse Marshall. Buried. 
Thomas fil. Martini Marshall. Bapt. 

Thomas fil Martini Marshal. Buried. 
Marg. fil. Martini Marshall. Bapt. 

Thomas Marshall marit'. Buried. 
. Martin Marshall fil. Martini. Bapt. 

Martin Marshall maritus. Buried. 
Frances Marshall ux. Tho. Buried. 

Bardsey. 

1661. June 29. John the sonn of Tho. Marshall, jun. Buried. 
1661. Oct. 5. Edward the sonn of the s a Thomas Marshall. 
Buried. 



1662. 


April 10. 


1665. 


Aug. 2. 


1666. 


Sept. 29. 


1667. 


Dec. 8. 


1669. 


Oct. 30. 


1670. 


March 12 


1670. 


Jan. 14. 


1 67 1. 


Nov. 7. 



26 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

i66r. Oct. 26. Ann the daughter of Tho. Marshall, jun. Bapt. 
1662. March 2. William Mawd and Dorothy Marshall. Married. 
1666. Dec. 9. Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas Marshall 
jun" r . Bapt. 

1666. April 30. Mathew Marshall & Alice Scott were married. 

1667. Nov. 28. Robert Marshall and Alice Squire were married. 

1667. Jan. 14. Mathew Marshall was buried. 

1668. Oct. 9. Isabella the daughter of Robert Marshall. Bapt. 

1669. Oct. 23. William the sonne of Robert Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. Oct. n. Robert Marshall the elder was buried. 

1669. Oct. 30. Alice the wife of Robert Marshall the younger 
was buried. 

Warmfield. 

1661. Sept. 22. Daniell the sonne of John Marshall of Sharleston. 

Bapt. 

1662. Aug. 27. The Male Childe of John Marshall being 

vnbaptized. Buried. 

1664. Dec. 28. Jaine the Daughter of John Marshall of Sharleston. 

Bapt. 
1667. Sept. 4. Mathew the sonne of John Marshall of Sharleston. 

Bapt. 
1667. Sept. 5. Mathew y e sonne of John Marshall of Sharleston. 

Buried. 

Aston. 

1663. June g. Mary the daughter of Thomas Marshall was 

baptised. 

1664. June 26. Mary the daughter of Thomas Marshall was 

baptized. 

1666. March 11. Mary the daughter of Thomas Marshall was 

buryed. 

1667. May 13. William the sonne of Thomas Marshall of the 

Parke-yate was buryed. 
1667. May 16. Alice the daughter of Thomas Marshall of 
Aughton was buryed. 

1665. Feb. 2. Thomas Marshall of Aughton was buryed. 
1669. Nov. 10. William Rushby and Margaret the Relict of 

Thomas Marshall were marry ed. 

Otley. 

1661-2. Jan. 18. Francis son of John Marshall of Clyiton. 

Bapt. 
1662. Nov. 5. Mercie dau. of Jeremiae Marshall of Burley. 

Bapt. 

1665. May 4. Alice dau. of Jeremya Marshall of Burley wood- 

head. Bapt. 
1665. Dec. 4. Ephram son of Ephram Marshall of Eshold. 
Bapt. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 2"J 

1665. J an< 7- Ellinger wiffe of John Marshall of Clyfton. 

Buried. 

1666. April 21. Christoffer son of John Marshall of Clifton. 

Bapt. 

1667. Oct. 30. Richard Hill of the pish of Leathley and Dyna 

Marshall. Married. 
1667. Sept. 29. Christoffer Marshall of Menston. Buried. 

1667. March 5. Mary wiffe of Robert Marshall of Bramhopp. 

Buried. 

1668. Sept. 26. Richard son of John Marshall of Clifton. Bapt. 

Settrington. 

i66r. Sept. 28. Elezabeth Marshall daughter of Symon 

Marshall. Bapt. 
1662. Jan. 18. Elizabeth Marshall daughter of Henry Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1665. Jan. 14. William Marshall the son of John Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1665. March 11. Aylse Marshall the daughter of Henry 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1666. April 8. Isabell Marshall the daughter of Thomas Mar- 

shal. Bapt. 
1666. June 24. Cicily Marshall the daughter of Symon Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1666. Aug. 20. William Marshall the sonne of John Marshall. 

Buried. 

1666. Aug. 27. John Marshall the sonne of Symond Marshall. 

Buried. 

1667. June 16. Margaret Marshall the daughter of John 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Feb. 23. William Marshall the sonne of Henry Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1668. March 20. Will. Marshall the sonne of Henry Marshall. 

Buried. 

1669. Nov. 7. Isabell Marshal y c dag. of Simon Marshal. Bapt. 
1669. March 13. Henry Marshal y e sonne of Henry Marshal. 

Bapt. 
167 1. Nov. 14. Lawrence Marshall and Thomasin Key of 
Settrington. Married. 

Thorp Arch. 

1665. Sept. 13. Elizabeth y e daughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 

1665. Sept. 13. Elizabeth y e wife of John Marshall. Buried. 

1665. Nov. 28. Robert Marshall had a child stillborne buryed. 

1665. Feb. 18. Elizabeth y u daughter of John Marshall. Buried. 

1666. Nov. 27. John Marshall and Sarah Hill. Married. 

1667. Jan. 19. Anne y e daughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. Sept. 18. Elizabeth the daughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 



28 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Felkirk. 

1660. May 3. Rich. Crosley & Easter Marshall. Married. 

1660. Au?, r . 30. Rich. Marshall was baptized. 

1661. Nov. 7. John Marshall & Anne Marshall. Married. 
1663-4. Feb. 18. Eliz. Marshall was bapt. 

1664. Sept. 15. Rob't Hutchinson & Sarah Marshall. Married. 

1664. Nov. 3. Will'm Kay & Sarah Marshall. Married. 

1664. Jan. 3. Jane Marshall. Bapt. 

1664. Jan. 13. Joseph Marshall & Anne England. Married. 

(See Vol. i., p. 81). 

1665. April 27. Richard Marshall was buried. 

1665. Oct. 15. Jonathan Marshall sone of John. Bapt. 

1665. Nov. 11. Jonathan Marshall sone of John. Buried. 

1667. Oct. 10. Anne Marshall daugh. of Jo. was baptiz. 

1668. Nov. 12. Anne Marshall daught. of Jo. was baptiz. 

1669. April 10. Richard Tilney & Easter Marshall. Married. 
1669. March 21. Sarah Marshall daughter of John. Bapt. 

Bradford. 

1661. June 18. A Child of Will'm Marshall's of Heaton. Buried. 
1665. April 30. Sarah daughter of William Marshall of Thornton. 
Bapt. 

1665. Nov. 10. William son of William Marshall of Heaton. 

Bapt. 

1666. May 9. Samuell Marshall of Heaton. Buried. 

1667. May 7. Edward Marshall & Sarah Hawle. Married. 
1667. Nov. 12. Edward Marshall & Ann Hutton. Married. 

1667. Aug. 19. Ann Wife of Edward Marshall of Heaton. 

Buried. 

1668. May 1. Edward Son of William Marshall of Heaton. 

Bapt. 
1668. Aug. 28. Jeremiah Son of Edward Marshall of Heaton. 



Bapt. 



Sheffield. 



1664. Nov. 27. Thomas filius Thomae Marshall. Bapt. 

1664. Dec. 25. Emanuell filius Phillippi Marsha (sic). Bapt. 

1664. Jan. 22. Ruth filia Henric' Marshall. Bapt. 

1664. April 20. Maria filia Richard' Marshall. Buried. 

1666. Oct. 7. Joh'es filius Philippi Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Aug. 11. Maria filia Thomae Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Sept. 12. Thomas Marshall et Alicia Barber. Married. 

1667. Oct. 27. Gulielmus Marshall et Anna Stevenson. Married. 

1667. Nov. 12. Ric'us Marshaw. Buried. 

1668. Aug. 2. Sara filia Gulielmi Marshall. Bapt. 

1669. May 2. Samuel filius Phillippi Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. Sept. 29. Joh'es Pearson et Anna Marshall. Married. 
1669. May 13. Samuel lil. Phillippi Marshall. Buried. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 29 

Flamborough. 

1662. June 2. Mary the Daughter of Richard Mershall. Bapt. 

1663. April 7. Timothy the sonne of George Marshall, Gent. 

Bapt. 
1663. Aug. 21. Christian y v Daughf of M™ Elezab. Mershall. 



Buried. 



Moor Monkton. 



1666. Sept. 12. Ann Marshall buried. 

1666. Sept. 12. Henry Barker and Elezabeth Marshall. Married. 

1666. Oct. 18. Katherine Marshall buried. 

1666. Feb. 18. Richard Marshall sonn of Bryan Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. July 27. John sonn of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 
1667. Dec. 8. Guy the sonne of Richard Marshall. Buried. 

1667. April 5. Thomas the sonne of Thomas Marshall. 

(? Buried.) 

1668. Feb. 8. John sonne of Richard Marshall. Buried. 

1669. Sept. 11. Bryan the sonne of Bryan Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. Feb. 15. Richard sone of Rich. Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. March 8. John sone of Richard Marshall. Buried. 

Kellington. 

1669. Aug. 11. Rob'tus filius Jacobi Marshall de Whitley. 
Buried. 

1669. Dec. 18. Susanna uxor Gulielmi Marshall de Whitley. 

Buried. 

1670. Sept. 11. Gulielmus filius Petri Marshall de Whitley. 

Bapt. 
1670. Nov. 8. Jacobus filius Jacobi Marshall de Whitley. Bapt. 
1670. Sept. 29. Gulielmus filius Petri Marshall. Whitley. 



Buried. 



Egton. 



1663. May 24. Mary filia Henerici Marshall. Bapt. 

1663. May 20. Christopherus Marshall. Buried. 

1663. June 19. Elizabetha Marshall. Buried. 
1666. April 27. Ann filia Henry Marshall. Bapt. 
1668. Jan. 3. Jana Marshall sepult. 

1668. Jan. 29. Martha Marshall sepult. 

167 1. June 20. John Biggin and Elizabeth Marshall. Married. 

Etton. 

1664. July 24. Thomas Marshall and Elizabeth Watson. Married. 

1664. Nov. 17. John Marshall. Buried. 

1665. Oct. 22. John Marshall sonne to Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

1666. March 7. Anne Marshall widdow. Buried. 

1668. Oct. 1. Margret Marshall daughter to Thorn. Marshall. 
Bapt. 



30 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1668. Oct. 1. Anne Marshall wife to Thomas Marshall. Buried. 

1669. Jan. 4. William Marshall sonne to Thomas Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1669. Jan. 10. William Marshall sonne to Thorn. Marshall. 

Buried. 

1670. Dec. 23. Thomas Marshall sonne to Thorn. Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1670. Dec. 23. Thomas Marshall sonne to Thorn. Marshall. 
Buried. 

1670. Feb. 22. Jane Marshall wife to Thomas Marshall. Buried. 

167 1. Feb. 20. Thomas Marshall and Catherine Robinson. 

Married. 

Gt'ISELEY. 

1661. Nov. 24. Christopher son of Christopher Marshall of 

Guiselay. Bapt. 
166 1. Nov. 7. Jeremy Marshall and Jane Beeane. Married. 

(Cf. Vol. i., p. 286.) 
1661. May 19. Samuell Marshall of Horsforth. Buried. 
1661. Aug. 1. Sarah Marshall of Eshould. Buried. 

1661. Sept. 5. Ellen Marshall of Horsforth. Buried. 

1662. Sept. II. John son of Jeremie Marshall. Bapt. 
1662. Dec. 4. Marie doughter of Joseph Marshall. Bapt. 
1662. March 30. John son of Richard Marshall. Bapt. at 

Horsforth. 
1662. May 17. Ruth Marshall of Yeadon. Buried. 
1662. Oct. 12. Elisabeth Marshall of Rawdon. Buried. 

1662. Nov. 10. Susan Marshall of Eshalld. Buried. 

1663. John sonne of John Marshall of Yeadon Borne June the 

first 1660 and Bap. the 13" 1 day of Aprill, 63. 
1663. Judeth doughter of John Marshall Borne September the 

20 ,h and Baptized the 13"' day of Aprill, 1663. 
1663. Jan. 3. Elizabeth dovghter of Grace Marshall. Bapt. 
1663. April 3. Samvell Marshall of Yeadon. Buried. 
1663. Aug. 10. Marie Marshall of Rawdon. Buried. 
1663. Oct. 6. Abraham Marshall. Buried. 

1663. March 17. Margrett Marshall of Guislay. Buried. 

1664. Dec. 8. Sarah dovghter of Josias Marshall. Bapt. 
1664. April 16. Abraham Marshall. Buried. 

1664. Oct. 27. Susanha Marshall of Eshould. Buried. 

1664. Nov. 8. John Marshall of Yeadon. Buried. 

1664. Feb. 24. Jodeth Marshall. Buried. 

1665. May 14. W T illiam sonne of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 
1665. Sept. 24. Hannay Doughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 
1665. Oct. 29. Abraham sonne of Christopher Marshall. Bapt. 
1665. Jan. 21. Sarall (sic) dovghter of Joseph Marshall. Bapt. 
1665, Feb. 1. Luke Marshall. Buried. 

1665. Feb. 5. Anne Marshall. Buried. 

1665. April 25. Christop' Rhodes and Mearcy Marshall. Married. 

1665. June 26. Thomas Sugden and Issabell Marshall. Married. 

1666. Aug. 20. Josias sonne of Josias Marshall. Bapt. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



31 



1666. 
1666. 
1666. 
1667. 
1667. 
1667. 
1667. 
1668. 
1668. 
1668. 
1668. 
1668. 
1668. 
1669. 
1669. 

1669. 



July 22. Gennett Marshall. Buried. 

Feb. 16. William Marshall. Buried. 

Feb. 25. Samuell Marshall. Buried. 

March 16. Suzan daughter of John Marshall. 



Bapt. 



Nov. 7. Thomas Marshall & Rebecka Ratstrick. Married. 

Oct. 27. Alice Marshall. Buried. 

March 2. Mercy Marshall. Buried. 

April 26. William sonn of Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

Aug. 29. Anne dovghter of Josias Marshall. Bapt. 

July 6. Thomas Marshall of Yeadon. Buried. 

Feb. 16. A child of Thomas Marshall. Buried. 

May 6. Henrey Pollan and Mearcy Marshall. Married. 

July 8. Thomas Marshall and Mearcy Marshall. Married. 

June 30. A yonge child of Christopher Marshall. Buried. 

Oct. 29. A yonge child of Ann Marshall of Rawdon. 

Buried. 
Sept. 9. John Marshall and Marie Simpson. Married. 

(See Vol. i., p. 82). 



ROYSTON. 

1661. June 27. Ann daughter of William Marshall of Notton. 

Bapt. 
1661. July 7. Ann daughter of William Marshall of Notton. 

Buried. 

1661. Jan. 27. George Scholey of Roiston and Elizabeth 

Marshall widdow of Notton. Married. 

1662. Sept. 11. Elizabeth daughter of William Marshall of 

Notton. Bapt. 

1662. Aug. 20. Elizabeth wife of Robert Marshall of Notton. 

Buried. 

1663. Feb. 27. Margaret daughter of William Marshall of 

Notton. Bapt. 

1663. Dec. 22. Robert Marshall of Notton. Buried. 

1666. April 10. Dorothy daughter of William Marshall of 

Notton. Bapt. 

1666. June 22. Margaret daughter of William Marshall of 

Notton. Buried. 

1668. Feb. 11. Gulielmus filius Emmitt' Marshall viduas de 

Notton. Bapt. 

1668. Aug. 27. Gulielmus Marshall de Notton sepultus fuit. 

1669. March 19. Peter Marshall of Ferry Moore. Buried. 



1661. 
1663. 

1667. 
1667. 
1667. 



Jan. 26. 
Dec. 29 

erat. 
Nov. 9. 
Feb. 19. 
March 17 



Easingwold. 

Anne the daughter of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 
Elizabetha Filia Richardi Marshall Baptizata 

John son of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 
Will. Marshall was buried. 
M r George Marshall was buried. 



32 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1668. Aug. 28. Elizabeth daughter of M" Marshall widdow was 

baptized. 

1669. July 18. Hanna fil. Rich 'i Marchall. Bapt. 
167 1. Sept. 18. Anna fil. Richardi Martiall. Buried. 

Linton. 

1662. May 22. Christopher son of Thomas Marshall of Griston 

[Grassington] Buried. 

1663. Aug. 6. Robert the son of Will'm Marshall of Griston. 

Bapt. 

1665. July 8. Anne wife of Will'm Marshall of Griston. Buried. 

Darfield. 

1661. Oct. 13. Samuel Marshall & Elizabeth Durham both of 
Darfield. Married. 

1664. April 24. Mary daughter of Samuel Marshall of Darfield. 

Bapt. 

1666. Jan. 6. Anne daughter of Samuel Marshall of Darfield- 

bridge. Bapt. 

1666. May 3. Joshua Northfolke and Rosamund Marshall. 

Married. 

Scarborough. 

1661. Sept. 5. John Marshall and Elizabeth Thompsonne. 

Married. (See Vol. i., p. 81.) 
1663. Jan. 18. Christopher son to M r John Marshall borne, and 

baptized 29 th . 
1663. April 22. Marie Marshall, widow. Buried. 
1669. Dec. g. Duke Marshall. Buried. 
167 1. Nov. 30. Mathew Brauiner & Marie Marshall. Married. 

Aldborough. (Vol. i., p. 238.) 

1662. May 7. Elizabeth Marshall y e daughter of John Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1663. Aug. 18. Thomas the sonne of John Marshall. Bapt. 

1665. Aug. 22. Robertus Marshell filius Johaiiis. Bapt. 

1667. Oct. 12. John Marshall. Buried. 

1667. Dec. 5. Joan Marshall, widdow. Buried. 

BlRDSALL. 

1661. April 23. Francis Marshall son of John. Bapt. 

1661. June 5. Anne Marshall daugh. of Thomas. Buried. 

1661. June 20. George Marshall son of Tho. Buried. 

1662. Feb. 3. Michaell Bell & Mary Marshall. Married. 

1663. May 28. Johannes Marshall filius Johannis Marshall. 

Bapt. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



Stoke sley. 



1661. Nov. 8. Robert the son of John Marshall of Stoxley buried. 
1663-4. March 1. John y e sone of John Marshall of Stoxley. 

Bapt. 
1666. Jan. 11. Francis Marshall of Newby. Buried. 

Pannall or Hutton Pannall. 

1662. July 17. Thomas Marshall. Buried. 

1664. Dec. 25. Bilham. Bernard sonne to Bernard Marshall. 
Bapt. 

1664. July ig. Bernard Marshall & Katharine Py . . . . of Bil- 

ham. Married. 

1665. June 22. Bernard sonne to Bernard Marshall of Bilham. 

Buried. 

1666. April 15. Bernard Marshall of Bilham. Buried. 

1666. Aug. 19. Bilham. Mary daughter to vid. Marshall. Bapt ? 
1669. June 17. Bilham. Mary Daughter to Bernerd Marshall. 

Buried. 

Gate Helmsley. 

1662. Aug. 27. Anna filia Richardi Marshial. Bapt. 

1667. March 1. Martha the daughter of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 
1669. Feb. 27. Georgius Marshall filius Rich-] 

ardi Marshall, Carleton. Bapt. Buried,- Helmsley. 
24 (sic) Feb., 1669. ) 

Ledsham. 

1662. Nov. 29. Richard Marshall et Maria Ward coniuncti sunt. 

1664. May 29. Maria Marshall fillia Richardi Marshall de Led- 

ston. Bapt. 
1669. Nov. 24. Georgius Dawson et Elizabetha Marshall. 
Married. 

DUNNINGTON. 

1662. Elizabeth Marshall dyed the 18"' of may. 

1665. April 19, Jacobus et Maria Gemini Infantes Jacobi Mar- 

shall. Bapt. 
1665. April 26. Maria Marshall altera de Gemellis sepulta. 
1665. April 30. Jacobus Marshall alter' de Gemellis sepultus. 
1665. Oct. 24. Johannes Marshall alias Sharr spurius baptizat. 

Bridlington. 

1663. Jan. 24. Raiph y e son of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

1665. Nov. 21. A child of Richard Marshalls. Buried. 

1666. Oct. 28. Anne y e daught' of Rich'd Marshall. Bapt. 



34 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1666. Nov. 27. John Michison & Catherine Marshall. Married. 
1669. Aug. 8. Mary y e daught' of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

Thorner. 

1661. April 6. Debery the daughter of Miles Marshall of Shad- 
well. Bapt. 
1664. April 17. Sara y c Daughter of Miles Marshall. Bapt. 
1667 (? 1666). April 1. Miles Marshall. Buried. 
1671. Jan. 10. Maire Marshill was Buried. 

North Cave. 

1664. June 26. Thomas Marshall of South cliffe the son of 

Thomas. Bapt. 
1664. July 9. Thomas Marshall the son of Thomas. Buried. 

1664. Feb. 17. Isabell Marshall the daughter of Thomas. 

Buried. 

1665. Oct. 1. Richard Marshall the son of Thomas. Bapt. 

1666. March 10. Timothy Marshall the son of Thomas. Bapt. 
1669. Dec. 26. Anne Marshall the daughter of Thomas. Bapt. 
1669. Oct. 26. Catharine Marshall. Buried. 

High Hoyland. 

1664. March 15. Gulielmus Mashall de Clayton. Buried. 

1665. Aug. 6. Franciscus Marshall de Parke-mill. Buried. 

1665. Dec. 31. Maria filia Johannis Marshall de Clayton. Bapt. 

1667. June 1. Elizabetha filia Johannis Marshall de Parke-mill. 

Bapt. 

1667. Feb. 15. Anna Marshall vid. de Parke-mill. Buried. 

1668. May 11. Thomas Michill et Anna Marshall. Married. 

1668. Feb. 28. Franciscus filius Joahis Marshall. Bapt. 

1669. July 29. Josephus Marshall de Emley et Anna Copley 

huius pochiae. Married. 
i66g. Sept. 7. Johannes filius Richardi Marshall. Buried. 
i66g. January 11. Alicia Marshall vid. de Clayton. Buried. 
1671. Aug. 17. Anna filia Joannis Marshall. Bapt. 

MlDDLETON. 

1661. April 4. Willielmus Marshall and Anne Hardin. Married. 

1661. March 12. Guliellmus Marshall. Buried. 

1662. June 1. Anna filius (sic) Guliellmi Marshall. Bapt. 
1664. August 14. Jane Marshall. Buried. 

1666. May 1. Richardus Jog et Gratia Marshall. Married. 

1667. April 16. Thomas Marshall et Maria Clarke coniugati 

fuerint. 
1667. January 22. Jane filia Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 
1667. August 18. Thomas Marshall sepult'. 
1667. January 14. (sic but ? February.) Jane filia Thomae Marshall 

sepult'. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 35 

MlRFIELD. 

1663. Oct. ig. John Marshall & Sary Haye Marryed. 

1664. Oct. 16. Sara daughter of John Marshall baptized. 

1665. March 11. John the Son of John Marshall. Bapt. 
1668. June 7. William sonn of William Marshall. Bapt. 
1668. March 21. Grace the Daughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 

Watton. 

1665. Oct. 17. Mary Marshall. Buried. 

1668. January 25. Elisabeth the daughter of John Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1670. June 27. Elisabeth y e doughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 

Scalby. 

1661. July 8. George Stevenson and Ellis Marshall were married. 

1661. Oct. 6. William the son of Thomas Marshall was buried. 

1664. January 23. Xpofer the son of Xpofer Marshall was buried. 

1665. March 10. William Marshall was Buried. 

In the following the parish is written Scaubey but I suppose 
it is the same. 

1666. Sept. 20. Jane y e daughter of Gorge Marshall. Bapt. 
1666. July 31. Will: Whitwell & Jane Marshall, married. 

1666. January 10. Jane y e daughter of George Marshall, buried. 

1667. Nov. 10. Ralph y e sonne of George Marshall was 

baptized. 
1667. May 17. Anne y e daughter of Will : Marshall was buried. 

Thornton near Pickering. 

1663. January 10. Will'm Marshall senio 1 . Buried. 

1664. April 17. James fil' Graciae Marshall. Born. 

1664. April 23. Jacobus fiT Graciae Marshall mort'. 

1665. Nov. 14. Will'm Marshall and Jane Birdsall. Married. 

1665. May 28. Mary daughter of Ann Marshall vid'. Buried. 

1666. Nov. 13. Christian fiT Will'mi Marshall. Bapt. 

1666. March 9. Elizabeth wife of Rich : Marshall, mort'. 

The following entries are marked Thornton only : — 

1667. June 17. Tho. fil. Gra. Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. January 14. Rich: Marshall et Eliz : Awbray. Married. 

1668. March 31. Will. Read and Ann Marshall widdow. 

Married. 

1668. Sept. 6. Ann daughter of Rich. Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. Feb. 28. Ann daughter of Will. Marshall. Bapt. 

1670. Nov. 13. William son of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

167 1. Oct. 29. William son of William Marshall. Bapt. 
167 1. January 3. William son of Richard Marshall. Buried. 
1 67 1. Feb. 7. Ann a child of William Marshall. Buried. 



36 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Cayton. 

1667. May 6. William Marshall the sun of William Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1668. March 12. Elizabeth Marshall the Daughter of Richard 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. Feb. 1. George Backer was Married with Ann Marshall. 

1669. June 6. Elizabeth Marshall y e Daughter of Will'i Marshall. 

Bapt. 

LOFTHOUSE. 

1667. April 14. Loft. Boreal. Gulielmus Fi. Guilmi Marshal. 

Bapt. 
1667. Oct. 10. Walpley. Georg' Colthirst & Jana Marshall. 

Married. 

1667. April 25. Lofthouse Borealis. Guilielmus Fil' Gulielmi 

Marshal. Buried. 

1668. April 30. William son of W' n Marshall. Bapt. 

Brandsby. 

1665. July 2. Gulielmus Marshall filius Johannis Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1666. Oct. 14. Will. Marshall filius Johannis Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Dec. 8. Jacobus Marshall filius Johannis Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. July 1. James Marshall. Buried. 

1670. Oct. 3. Mary Marshall daughter of John Marshall. Bapt. 

1671. Aug. 5. Marie Marshall y e daughter of John Marshall. 

Buried. 

Penistone. 

1665. Joh' : Rich: Marsha: 8: Octo : Bapt. 

1666. January 14 th Richard Marshall. Buried. 
1668. Nov. 14. Tho. Marshall. Buried. 

1668. January 15. Ana vx. Richa. Marshall. Buried. 

Thomas Marshall, a churchwarden this year. 

1669. April 22. Richardus Marshall. Buried. 

Leven. 

1666. March 14. Marie daughter of Will'm Marshaile. Bapt. 

1666. June 8. Will'm Marshaile and Dinah Fenby. Married. 

1666. March 13. John Marshaile, Infant. Buried. 

1667. Dec. 5. Marie Marshaile, Infant. Buried. 

1668. Oct. 4. Peter sone of Will'm Marshaile. Bapt. 

Catton. 

1666. Joannes Marshall de Parochia S to Trinitatis in Vico vulgo 
dicto Micklegate in Ebor. et Elizabetha Penrose de Kexby 
in Parochia Cattonensi Connubiojuncti die tertioOctobris. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



37 



1667. Sept. 27. Joannes Alius Joannis Marshall de Kexby. 

Bapt. 

1669. Sept. 14. Margarett the daughter of John Marshall of 

Kexby. Bapt. 



1667. 
1669. 
1669. 

1668. 



1669. 
1669. 
1668. 

1666. 

1667. 

1667. 

1666. 

1669. 

1669. 

1669. 

1 67 1. 

1665-6 

1667. 

1667. 

1665. 

1665. 

1665. 

1669. 

1668. 
1669. 



Appleton. 



April 10. Will. Marshall buryed. 

June 12. Ann Marshall buryed. 

Oct. 12. Henry Marshall & Elizabeth 
Pinder maryed. 

May 2. James Robinson of Berkin & Margret Marshall 
of Beale in the pish of Kellington were marryed at Ferry 
freiston. Ferry Fryston. See Vol. i., p. 82. 

January 24. Edward Marshall buryed. Kirkclla. 

Feb. 23. Mary Marshall buried. Burshuicke. 

June 1. Robert Lee and Elizabeth Marshall were married. 
Whitkirke. 

April 22. Ruhamah Daughter of George^ 
Marshill of Brafford. Bapt. 

Aug. 30. Ruhamah daughter of George 
Marshall of Riplingham. Buried. 

January 14. George Marshall of Ripling- 
ham. Buried. 

May 27. Thomas y e son of Edward 
Marshall of Brighton. Bapt. 

Aug. 29. John y c son of Edward Mar- 
shall of Brighton. Bapt. 

Sept. 24. Thomas y e son of Edward 
Marshall of Brighton. Buried. 

Dec. 5. Edward Marshall of Brighton. 
Buried. 

Feb. 20. John y e son of Edward Mar- 
shall of Brighton. Buried. 
March 23. Francis Marshall was] 



Rowley. 



Y Bub with. 



Buried 
June 11 

David. 
Aug. 31. 



Badsworth. 



Marshall son of 

Marshall. Buried. 



Anthony 
Bapt. 
Mary the daughter of M 1 

Horbury. 
Feb. 13. George Walton & Jane Marshall. 

Womerslcy. 
March 26 fil. Majoris Martialh 

de Stansf. Bapt. 
Feb. 4. Maria fil. Abrah'i Marshall. 

Stasfeild. Bapt. 
Oct. 14. Major [son of] Major Marshall. 

Stansfield. Bapt. / 

Dec. 17. Jane Marcell, spincer, buried. \ 
May 9. An the daughter of William vHutton BusJicll. 

Marshall. Bapt. J 



Married. 



Hcptoustall. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



May 26. Will'm Marshal illegitimate 



Kirkby 
Overblows. 



Kirk Heaton. 



St. Mary, 
Beverley. 

Bapt. Wester- 



Buried. 



Sutton upon 
Derwent. 



38 

1666. 

son of Maud Marshall. Buried. 

1666. Sept. 20. Thomas Hutton and Eliza- 

beth Marshal. Married. 

1669. June 27. Ellin daughter of Brian and 

Elizabeth Marshall. Bapt. 

1670. Nov. 23. Elizabeth wife of Brian Mar- 

shall. Buried. 

1661. July 27. John the son of Robert Marshall.' 

Bapt. 

1662. Nov. 28. John the son of Robert Mar- 

shall. Buried. 
1662. April 20. Israeli the sonne of Martin \ 

Marshall glazier. Bapt. 
1668. May 8. Joh'es Tesh & Anna Marshall. [ 

Married. j 

1662. Aug. 17. Robert son to Robert Marshall. 

dale. 

1660. Feb. 19. Ann the wife of Stephen Marshill. 

Holme in Spaldingmoore. 

1661. Nov. 20. Mathew Marshall of Sutton 

Marryed to Elizabeth Tomlinson of 
Elvington. 

1661. June 1. Ellin Marshall wife of Mathew 

Marshall buryed. 

1662. Dec. 19. Ann Infant of Thomas Marshall Esq r was buried. 

Maltby. 

1661. Jan. 20. Huge Emet of West Cottinwerth and Sary Mar- 

shall of Aughton. Married. Aughton. 
1660. April 27. Elizabeth daughter of M r \ 
Christopher Marshall. Bapt. 

1662. Oct. 16. Elizabeth doughter of M r 

Christopher Marshall. Buried. (See 
vol. i., p. 281.) j 

1660. Jan. 23. Sarah ye Dau' of Will. Marshall. , 

Buried. 

1661. June 19. Eliz. ye Daut. of Will. Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1664. Aug. 14. Catherine ye Dau. of Roger 
Marshall. Bapt. 

1661. July 14. Robert Winterskalls & Deborah 

Married. Sprotley. 

1662. Feb. 23. Mary Marshill buryed. Kilnsea. 
1661. Feb. 5. Will'm Ledum and Barberayi 

Marshall. Married. 
1661. May 22. Jaine wife of Phillipp Marshall 
was buried. 

1667. Nov. 3. Esabell Marshall Daughter to 

John Marshall. Buried. 

1661. Sept. 20. Henry Marshall. Buried. Kilham. 

1662. Feb. 23. James Barmby & Jane Marshall both of New 

Malton. Married. St. Michaels, New Malton. 



Woodchurch. 



Tin 



Marshall. 



Ryther. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



39 



1662. April 8. Elizabeth Marshall. Buried. 

1663. Nov. 8. Anna Marshall filia Thomael- North Dalton. 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1660. July 4. Edward y e sonne of Jo. Marshall. 

„ a i\/r t j U4. c iA7-ir r Northallerton. 

1662. Aug. 17. Margaret daughter 01 William 

Marshall. Bapt. J 

1 66 1. April 28. Christopher the son of Marke Marshall. Bapt. 

Little Driffield. 

1662. July 1. Henrie Lazenbye and Dorrithy Marshall. Married. 

Esc rick. 

1662. June 22. James ye sone of Rich. Marshall & Philippa his 

wife was baptized. Old Byland. 
1661. June 25. Robert Marshall the son of Robert Marshall of 
Thorpe. Bapt. Barnby upon Dun. 

1663. Nov. 17. William Darrill & Mary Marshall. Married. 

Thorganby. 
1663. Aug. 11. Myle"' Dayle & Ann Marshall. Married. 

Fylingdales. 
1663. Oct. 11. Elizabet' Marshall filia Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

Hinderwell. 

1663. July 2. Elin Marshall vid. Buried. \ t\ -u -ft 

1661;. Nov. ^. Tohan's Marshall et Tana Hill. I ~, r , T 
J », J - , J J Glaisdale. 

Married. j 

1663. Nov. 23. William Pearson and Alee Marshall. Married. 

Lytli. 
1663. Aug. 18. John Hancocke and Faith Marshall. Married. 

Norton (East Riding). 

1663. April 5. Mary Marshall ye Daug. of Geo. Marshall of 

. hel . . [? Shelfe] . Bapt. Fclixkirk. 

1664. Dec. 25. Mercy d. of John Marshall. Bapt. Wakefield. 

1667. Aug. 17. John s. of John Marshall. Bapt. 
1664. Nov. 3. Thomas Marshall & Mary Box.l 

Married. 
1666. April 11. Thomas son of Thomas Mar- 
shall. Bapt. 

1668. March 29. Elizabeth daughter of - Treeton. 

Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. Feb. 10. Thomas son of Thomas Mar- 
shall. Buried. 

1668. Feb. 24. Anne Marshall. Buried. 

1663. Feb. 4. Josias Marshall (?) & Ann Wilkinson. Married. 
Baildon. 

1663. Jan. 24. Eliz. f. Will. Marshall de> 
Farttowne. Bapt. 

1666. Nov. 27. Eliz. f. Will. Marshall de 
Farttowne. Buried. 

1666. May 6. Sarah f. Will. Marshall de 
Farttowne. Bapt. * 



- H udder sfield. 



Winteringham. 



Leathley 



40 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1666. April 15. William the sonne of Willi." 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1668. Jan. 31. James the sonne of William 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1669. Nov. 23. Thomas Woodaiell and Hes- 

ter Marshall. Married. 
1664. March 19. Elizabeth the daughter of James Marshall. 

Bapt. Lastingham. 
1663. Aug. 31. Johannes Marshall de Castley 

sepult' fuit. 
1663. Dec. 4. Vidua Marshall sepulta fuit. 

1663. Dec. 2i. Johannes Suttell et Vidua 

Gratia Marshall matrimonio copulati 
fuerunt. 

1667. Oct. 29. Rich. Hill et Dinah Marshall 

Matrimonio Contract'. 
1669. May 4. John Appleby and Katherine Marshall. Married. 
South Kilvington. 

1664. June 14. Anne Martiall y e daughter of " 

Thomas of Ryto. Bapt. 

1664. Jan. 23. Matthew Martiall of Ryton 

buryed. y 

1665. Oct. 27. Thomas Martiall y e son of 

Thomas of Kirkby mispto. Bapt. 
1665. Feb. 11. Christopher Martiall y e son of 

Thomas of Ryton. Bapt. 
1664. Nov. 14. Marya fillia Joh'ni Marshall. 

Buried. 

1669. Jan. 30. Elizabethe filiajosephi Marshall 

et Anna uxor' eius. Bapt. 

1664. Oct. 20. Mary Daugh. of Rich. Marshall^ 
of Colton. Bapt. 

1667. Sept. 11. John sonn of Henry Marshall 
of Wollas. Bapt. 

1667. Feb. 12. Ellizab. Dough, of Rich. Mar- 
shall of Colton. Bapt. 

1670. April 14. Henry Marshall of Bilborough I 

& Jane Bell of Ap : were maried. J 

1662-3. March 19. John Son of John Marshall | 

of High Paul & Mary his wife. Bapt. [ 
1662. May 1. John Marshall of Paul & Mary 

Chadwell of Thorn widow. Married. 
1664. May 26. Thomas Marshall son of 

Thomas. Bapt. 

1664. June 19. Samuell Marshall son to John. 

Bapt. 

1665. Oct. 5. John Marshall son of Thomas. 

Bapt. 
1665. April 16. John Marshaw (sic) wife. 
Buried. 



Kirkby 
Misperton. 



Em ley. 
See p. 34 ante. 



}• Bolton Percy 



Paull. 



S herb 11 rn. 



r- 



J 



VARlnrs REGISTERS. 



41 



Sutton upon 
Derwent. 



John Marshall. Buried. Willerby 

Mary Marshall. Buried. 

Thomas Marshall. Buried. 
Joane Marshall the daughter of Francis Marshall. 
Mydleton cum Hilton. 

Tho. son of Thomas Marshall. 1 



Calverley 



1663. April 12. Mathew son of Mathew I 
Marshall. Bapt. 

1663. April 16. Mathew son of Mathew 

Marshall an infant. Buried. 

1664. July 19. Mathew Marshall housholder. - 

Buried. 

1665. Dec. 2. Thomas Cleaueland and Eliza- 

heth Marshall both of this Towne. 
Married. 

1663. Jan. 10. Mathew sonn of John Marshall 

Bapt. 

1666. Feb. 6. 
1669. Dec. 25. 
1669. Jan. 30. 

1664. Sept. 4. 

Bapt. 
1664. Oct. n. 
Bapt. 

1666. Jan. 6. John son of John Marshall of 

Staningley. Bapt. 

1667. May 1. Sam. Marshall & Ann Stans- 

feild. Married. 

1668. March 21. W m Son of John Marshall of 

Staningley. Bapt. 

1669. Nov. 3. Sarah D"' of Sam. Marshall of 

Idle. Bapt. 

1666. Nuptiae Celebrate Inter Johanem Hall et Franciscan! 

Marshall decimo septimo Maii. Ilkley. 
1664. Oct. 9. Maria Marshall filia Michaelis. 

1664. Sept. 20. Dorith Marshall was Buried. 

1665. Dec. 23. Isabel Marshall. Buried. 

1665. March 14. Ann Marshall. Buried. 

1667. Charles Taylour and Elizabeth Marsill. Married. Overton. 

1668. June 28. Christopher Waddington servant of John Ray ley 

of Swinkil and Deborah Marschil of Cranswick both of 
Huton pish maried. Hutton Cranswick. 
1668. Dec. 4. Thomas, Tho. Marshall de Etton. Buried. Routh. 

1667. January 12. Elizabeth the daughter of, 

William Marshall, dier. Bapt. 

1668. January 27. Mary the daughter of Wil- 

liam Marshall. Bapt. 

1669. July 2. Elizabeth the daughter of War- 

shall (sic) dier. Buried. 
1664. Hester Marshel sepulta erat Nono die Maii. 

with Scampston. 
1664. May 7. Isbell the doughter of John\ 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1666. Aug. 29. Mary the doughter of John 

Marshall. Bapt. 
1666. Oct. 8. Mary the doughter of John 
Marshall. Bapt. 



Bapt. Laugton. 

Elvington. 

Skirpenbeck. 



Doncaster 



Rilliiwion 



r Welwick. 



Guisborough. 



42 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1666. Feb. 7. Jonathan Rawson of this parish and Alice Martiall 
of the parish of Calverley, 3 tymes published, married by 
our vicar. Bingley. 

1666. Oct. 11. Elliz: daughter of Rich: Mar-] 

shall. Bapt. ry ,-, 

1669. August 28. Katherine daughter off 

Richard Marshall. Bapt. J 

1671. August 13. Jacobus Alius Jacobi Marshall. Bapt. 

Lastiugham. 
1671. March 3. Jane wife of Tho. Marshall. Buried. Cockan. 
1671. Dec. 24 the son of Richard Marshall. Bapt. 

Skipsea. 
167 1. Nov. 12. Anna Marshall vidua sepult' erat. Bainton. 
1670- 1. March 7. Robert Drinkraw and Darkas Marshall. 

Married. St. Mary, Kingston upon Hull. 
1669. Nov. 11. Richard Marshall and Cesily' 

Lenlay Marrid. 
167 1. March 13. David the son of William 

Marshall was baptized. 
1671. Aug. 17. John Richardson and Sarah Martiall. Married. 

We stow. 

1667. Dec. 16. Tho. son of Tho. Marshall. \ 

Buried. d •,/ , // 

1671. April 16. Tho. Marshall of Bramley was [ 

buried. ) 

1669. May 16. Tho. Marshall Blacksmith of Wansford was 

buried. Nafferton. 

1668. Nov. 30. Thomas Marshall & Ana Ashman. Married. 

Fislilake. 

1668. May 19. William Hardesty of Newall &\ 

Katerane Marshall was Married with 

a lycence. See Vol. i., p. 271. L Tadcaster. 

1669. Dec. 5. Mary y e Daughter of William 

Marshall. Bapt. ! 

1665. July 13. Edwardus Alius Edwardi Marshall. Bapt. 
Pontefract. 

1667. May 19. Dorothea filia Edovardi Mar-\ 

shall. £, , , 

1668. March 14. Elizabetha filia Edouardi c , £ ., * 

Marshall. ( |£j^ 

1668. Burials in Pontefract Parish Church. •* 

Aug. 1. Jane Marshall. j 

1665. January 24. Thomas Marshall sonneofl 

Richard Marshall of Colton. Bapt. Boolton. 

1665. Oct. 22. Mary y e Doughter of Richard I Bolton Jf^f*^. 

Marshall of Colton. Buried. J v 

1667. Sept. 1. Leonard Marshall. Buried. \ 

1669. June 29. Christopher Wilkinson & Mary I ^, '■& h h 

Marshall. Married 1 

1671. July 7. John Marshell. Buried. ) 

1669. Nov. 27. Will'm Kitching and Ellen Marshall were 

marry ed. Topcliffe. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



43 
Buried. 



Newton 
upon Ouse. 



Brotton. 



1669. Oct. 20. Thomas the sonne of M 1 Marshall. 

Hovingham. 
1667. Nov. 2. John Richardson and Elizabeth Marshall of 

Bestecar. Cautley. 
1669. May 30. Ann Martiall y e daughter of Anthony Martiall. 

Bapt. Hutton Bonvill. 

1663. Feb. 28. Richard' Alius Richardi Mar-] 

shall de Linton. Bapt. 

1664. Oct. 8. Rich. fil. Rich'i Marshall de 

Newton. Buried. 
1667. Sept. 11. Thomas son of Richard Mar- 
shall of Linton. Bapt. 

1667. Dec. 17. Thomas y e son of Richard 

Marshall of Linton. Bapt. 

1668. Sept. 4. Will'im son of Richard Mar- 

shall of Linton. Buried. 

1664. January 18. Anne daughter of Tho. Marshall. Bapt. 

Bramley (?). 

1665. Feb. 3. Peter Marshall. Buried. St. Leonard's, New 

Ma! to n. 

1665. Nov. 19. William Tipladie and Hellen' 

Marshall. Married. 

1668. Nov. 23. Emmote the wife of Lancelote 
Merchaell. Buried. 

1668. January 19. Robert Williamson & Isabell Marshall. Mar- 
ried. Sea me r. 

1667. January 26. Guillelmus Marshall de] 

Barton sepultus erat. D , , , 

ceo tvt Tii Ci 1. • -iv/r i_ 11 r Barton Le Street. 

1668. Nov. 14. Isabel vxor Stepham Marshall 

de Barton. Buried. J 

1667. May 1. Christopher Ingledue & Margrett Marshall marryed. 

Stainton. 

1666. June 25. Mary Daughter to Thomas Marshall of Burton. 

Bapt. Burton Agnes. 

1666. January 20. Dorithe Marshall & John yates buried. 
Cawthorne . 

1666. July 5. Will'm Beeford of Snainton in y e parish of 
Brompton and Anne Marshall of Wickam in y e parish 
of Old Malton, spinster, were married. Brompton. 

1666. January 12. John y e son of John Mar- 
shall. Bapt. 

1668. Sept. 11. Richard Webster & Jane Mar- 

shall. Married. 

1666. Aug. 26. Mary daughter of Joseph > 

Marshall. Bapt. 

1667. Sept. 5. Mary Marshall daughter of 

Joseph Marshall. Buried. 

1668. June 14. Mary the daughter of Joseph 

Marshall. Bapt. 
1666. Sept. 20. Mary Marshall Daughter of' 

Will'm Marshall was buryed. 
1666. Feb. 22. Hellen Marshall was buryed. 



Flax ton. 



Ad wick 
le Street. 



Bilbo rough. 



44 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1668. Dec. 27. Ane Marshall vid. Buried. Hessle. 
1666. Nov. 13. Richard Marshall and Anna Haine. Married. 
Ellerburne. 

1666. June 16. Elizabetha Marshall filia Thofh\ 

Marshall. Buried. „• . „„, »> 

1667. May 26. Elizabetha Marshall filia I homas 

Marshall. Bapt. ) 

1668. March 21. Eliz. filia Georgii Marshall.' 

Bapt. 

1668. May 28. Georgius Marshall et Anna \ r) a h , 

Milnes. Married. 

167 1. June 12. Maria filia Georgii Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1668. Dec. 13. Henry Mersell. Buried. \ 

1671. April 29. Jana Marshall vid' aetat' 64. ^ Wykeham. 

Buried. J 

1666. Nov. 14. Henry Sharp and Ann Mar-'j 

shall. Married. ' Methlev 

1668. Oct. 18. Richard the sonn of John Mar- j ^ «/«*>. 

shall. Bapt. I 

1668. Dec. 15. M r Will'm Marshall of the pish of Tadcaster & 

M ris Elizabeth Fletcher of the pish of Saxton. Married. 

Saxton. 
1671. May 18. Immanuell Shepheard & Jane Marshall. Married. 

Roos. 
1664. April 6. William Marshall buried. \ ^ Mary's in 

1664. Aug:, ii- Petronella wife of Marmaduke [ ' ' D 

a? 1 11 n • 1 Koos. 

Marshall. Buried. j 

1663. April 24. Will'm Marshall pat. fam. sepul' fuit.' Chapelry 
of Rigliton (Reighton ). 

1668. May 6. Wilfred Couke and Fransis Marsill. Married. 

Key Ingham ? 

1667. April 3. Robert Marshall buried. Worsborough ? 
1667. January 23. Lawarenc Marshall and Helena Spicor. 

Married. Santo n (? Saxton.) £>&^~c ~£crn/ , 

1667. May 26. Sara y e doughter of Wiirm\ 

Marchall. Bapt. . Haitfeild, 

1669. July 11. Sussanna dought. of John! (? Hatfield). 

Martiall. Bapt. J 

1661-2. March 24. Edward son of William"! 

Marshal. Buried. Wentivorth 

1662-3. March 3. Richard son of Richard I Chapel. 

Marshall. Bapt. j 

1668. Sept. 27. Ann Daugh. of Tho. Marshall of Ap. Bapt. 

Appleton in Bolton Percy parish. 

1 66 1. Dec. 4. Bryan Marshall of Moore Muncton and Elliner 

Busterd of the parish of Bramham. Married. Bramham. 

1662. Aug. 24. John Marshill & Marie Marshill was married. 

North Ferribv. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 45 

1661. April 15. Grace the daughter of Rob 1 
Marshall baptized. I 

1661. April 28. Ann, Sarah, and Christian the ! 

daughters of Rob 1 Marshall baptized.! Spofforth. 
See Vol. i., p. 243. 
1666. April 22. Walter y e son of Robert Mar- 1 
shall of Follifoot. Bapt. 

1662. July 9. Isabell and Marie doughters of 1 

Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 

1662. July 16. Isabell and Marie doughters of I o,- 77 - n , 

th. i\/r u 11 -d • j r otuliiwiieet. 

1 nomas Marshall. Buried. 

1663. Jan. 1. Stephen the sonn of Thomas 

Marshall of Akaster. Bapt. 



EXTRACTS FROM TRANSCRIPTS OF NOTTINGHAM- 
SHIRE REGISTERS. 

TUXFORD. 

1666. 22 April. Hester dau. of Thomas Marshall and Jane his 

wife. Bapt. 
666. 16 Sept. Elizabeth wife of George Marshall, sen r . Buried. 
668. George Marshall Junior buried June 9. 
668. Ann the Daughter of Mary Marshall, widow, was buried 

September 23. 

668. Thomas son of Georg Marshall bu. Februarie 12. 

669. Mary Marshall daughter of widow Marshall buried March 

30"'. 

669. Isabell Marshall widow buried Aprill 7"'. 

670. George the son of Thomas Marshall & Mary his wife buried 

Aprill 16 th . 

670. Thomas Marshall Blacksmith bu : October 5 th . 

693. Elizabeth Marshall, widow, June y e 5" 1 . Buried. 

704. Abraham son of Edward Marshall, June 13. Bapt. 

704. Abraham son of Edward Marshall, Aug. 21. Buried. 

704. Mary Marshall, Oct. 25. Buried. 

705. Sept. 3. Elizabeth daughter of Edward Marshall, joiner. 

Bapt. 

706. April 17. Thomas son of Edward Marshall, farmer. Bapt. 

707. Oct. 20. Edward son of Edward Marshall. Bapt. 

707. Dec. 3. Anne wife of Edward Marshall y e joiner. Buried. 

708. Dec. 7. Edward son of Edward Marshall. Bapt. 

712. Dec. 2. Abraham y e son of Edward Marshal, joiner. Bapt. 
712. Feb. 8. James y e son of James Marshall & Anne his wife. 

Bapt. 
714. Nov. 13. Martha the daughter of John Marshall & 

A 1111c (?) his wife. Bapt. 
714. Feb. 22. Mary the daughter of James Marshall and Anne 

his wife. Bapt. 
714. April 6. James the son of James Marshall was buried. 



46 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Sutton on Trent. 

1668. Francis the sonne of Thomas Marshall & Anne his wife 

was Baptized Ap. 4 th . 
1668. Jane the Daughter of Thomas Marshall & Anne his wife 

was Buried May 10"'. 

1668. Anne the wife of Skillen Marshall was Buried August the 

24 th . See p. 63 ante. 

1669. William the Son of W m Marshall was baptized November 

the 13 th . 
1669. Will'm Marshall & Elizabeth Gee was Married August the 

10 th . 
1669. Xpofer Marshall was buried March the 27 th . 

Clifton near Nottingham. 

1669. William Marshall the sonne of John Marshall & of Mary 
his wife was baptised y e 18 th day of Aprill. 

1669. William Marshall the sonne of John Marshall and of Mary 

his wife was buried y e 12 th day of June. 

1670. Anne Marshall the daughter of John Marshall and of Mary 

his wife was baptised the 20 th day of November. 
1670. Elizabeth Marshall the daughter of John Marshall and of 

Mary his wife was baptised the 20 th day of November. 
1670. Elizabeth Marshall the daughter of John Marshall & of 

Mary his wife was buried y e 29 th of November. 

Kirton. 

1669. Alice the daughter of Robert Marshal & Elizabeth his wife 
was baptized Feb. the io ,h . Kirton. 

1705. Jan. 4. Robert Marshall sen r . Buried. 

1706. Aug. 28. Richard son of Robert Marshall & Eliz. his wife. 

Bapt. 
1709. Aug. II. Mary Marshall. Bapt. 
1712. Dec. 23. Elizabeth daughter of Robert Marshall & 

Elizabeth his wife. Bapt. 
1697. May 6. Elizabeth wife of Robert Marshall. Buried. 
1697. Dec. 16. John Marshall. Buried. 
1697. April 18. William Hopkinson & Elizabeth Marshall. 

Married. 
1699. May 23. Robert Marshall & Elizabeth Upton. Married. 

1699. July 25. Joshua Roberts & Jane Marshall. Married. 

1700. May 26. Joseph Quibell & Alice Marshall. Married. 

1701. March 10. Robert Marshall. Bapt. 
1703. Feb. 13. John Marshall. Born. 

Worksop. 

1641. Jan. 17. Robert Marshall. Buried. 

1695. Dec. 20. Lydia y e Daug. of James Marshall. Bapt. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



47 



1699. April 20. Tho. Marshall & Sarah Barker. Married. 

1707. March 20. Hen. Marshall, Labourer. Buried. 

1708. May 1. Mary y e Dau. of James Marshall Jun 1 '. Bapt. 

1709. March 3. James son of James Marshall. Bapt. 

1710. Births. Penelope y e Daught' of Isaac Marshall,) 

Oct. io ,h . 
17 10. Births. Penelope y e Daught' of Isaac Marshall, 
Oct. 9 th . 

1712. Nov. 29. John y e Son of James Marshal Jun r . Bapt. 

1713. Aug. 9. Anne y e Daughter of Isaac Marshall. Bapt. 



(sic.) 



1670 


Ana filia 


^95 


Sept. 24. 


1699 


April 16. 


1701 


Aug. 10. 


1701 


June 18. 


1703 


April 25. 


1704 


Jan. 7. 


1707 


June 22. 


1709 


Dec. 18. 


171 1 


March g. 


1714 


June 13. 


1714 


Oct. 19. 



Mattersey. 

Francisci Marshall & Maria? vx. ejus bapt. Sep' 

Will. Marshal & Abig. Godfrey. Married. 
Densill son of W m Marshall. Bapt. 
Elizabeth Daughter of W m Marshal. Bapt. 
Densill son of W m Marshall. Buried. 
Mary Daughter of William Marshall. Bapt. 
William son of William Marshall. Bapt. 
Anne Daught' of W m Marshall. Bapt. 
Hannah Daught' of W m Marshall. Bapt. 
Densill son of William Marshall. Bapt. 
Abigail Daughter of William Marshal. Bapt. 
AbigailJDaughter of William Marshall. Buried. 



1703-4. Jan. 2. William Rodvvell & Mary Marshal. Married. 

Rossington. 
1700. April 24. Tho. y e son of Tho. Marshall." 

Bapt. 
1704. Aug. 20. Sarah y e Daughter of Tho. 

Marshall. Bapt. 
1704. Oct. 15. Sarah y e Dau. of Tho. Marshall. 

Buried. 
1704. Feb. 26. John y e son of Tho. Marshall. 

Buried. 

1708. Sept. 26. Jonathan son of Tho. Mar- 

shall. Bapt. 

1709. Jan. 6. Jonathan y e son of Thomas 

Marshall. Buried. 

1709. Jan. 15. John Marshall & Sarah Farns-^ 
worth. Married. 

17 13. April 10. George Short and Anne Mar- 
shall. Married. (See pp. 46-7 ante.) 

17 13. April 28. Robert Marshall and Anne 

Vessey. Married. 

17 14. July 16. Robert son of Robert Mar- 

shall. Bapt. 



[- Cuckney 



4<S VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1669. William y e sonne of William Marshall' 

and Alice his wife was baptized the 

26 of September. Weston. 

1669. William y e sonne of Will'm Marshall 

Oct r 19 th - Buried. 
1669. Thomas Marshall the sonne of Henry Marshall and 

Frances his wife babtysed November 20" 1 . North 

Collinghani. 

1669. John the sonn of Robert Marchall & Margrett his wife 

Baptized feb. 11"'. Ratcliff on Trent. 
1641. Aug. 8. Abraha Marshall the son of Hen. (?) Marshall 

and Bennitt his wife was bapt. Selston. 
1641. Feb. 13. John Marshall son of Tobias Marshall and of 

Elizabeth his wife. Bapt. Clifton cum Glapton. 

1670. Johannes Marshall sepult' Tan. A t0 ) c ,, 
1670. Ehzabetha Marshall sep. reb. 24 10 1 

1666. Nov. 4. Richard Marshall. Buried. Owston. 

1666. July 15. Mary dau. of John Marshall. Bapt. Whatton. 

1666. July 26. Martha dau. of John Marshall. Buried. Mans- 
field Woodhouse. 

1668. Geo. y e son of Richard Marshall & Elis : his wife was bapt. 
Jan. 24. Thorney. 

1666. July 15. Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Anne Marshall. 
Bapt. Flintham. 

1666. Jan. 14. Elizabeth Marshall of North \ 
Marnham, widow. Buried. ' 

1668. William Marshall of Sutton sup Trent I Marnham. 

& Elizabeth Gee of North Marnham 

were Marryed November 19 th . J 

1641. March 27. Gabriell Marshall senex sepultus fuit. Ansley. 
1641. Oct. 14. Richard Marshall sonne of 1 

Thomas Marshall and of Joane his 

wife. Bapt. 

1666. July 24. John Marshall of Basceford 

[Basford] and Mary Fallowell of 
Thorpe. Married. 
1615. Oct. 30. Richard Marciall & Agnes Craftes were maried. 
Gotham. 

1667. Robert the sonn of John Marshall of Normonton was 

buried the Eighte daye of March. La.xton. 
1670. John Marshall was Buryed August 29. \ 
1670. Margery Marshall widdowe was Buryed - Beeston. 

March 11. ) 

17 13. Dec. 26. Sarah daughter of Thomas Marshalls. Bapt. 

East Drayton. 

17 14. June 24. William Marshal & Frances Greensmith. Mar- 

ried. Sutton on hound. 
1697. J une 2 6- Lidya ye dau. of Daniel Clay, jun. Bapt. 
Mansfield. 

1669. Jone y doughter of John Marshall was buryed december 

yt r 2 th . Barton in the Beans. 



Lowdham. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



49 



Harworth, 



1699. April 13. William Wagstaffe of Harworth & An Marshall. 

Married. Bawtrey. 
1705. Aug. 30. Widdow Marshell buried. Bawtry. 

1705. May 18. Elizabeth Daugh. of W m Mar- 

shall. Bapt. 

1706. Dec. 13. Sarah Daughter of William 

Marshall. Bapt. ) 

1708. March 13. Wiliam v u sone of James Marchal. Bapt. 

Elksley. 
1669. Oct. 25. Richard Burrowes of Snenton & Sarah Marshall 

of Plumtree. Plumtree. 
1666. June 29. Roger son of Will. Marshall & Elizebath his 

wife. Bapt. Tithby. 

1668. Rodger y e sonne of William Marshall of Tythby was buried 

May y e 27"'. Tythby. 

1669. John y e sonn of William Martiall & Elizabeth his wife was 

baptized February y e 20 th - Tythby. 

1703. March 21. Denshall Marshall. Buried. ^ 0J 

t wr m t\t v. 11 p n/r u oturton ami 

1704. June 15. \V m Marshall & Margerettl ^ 

Machin. Married. j 

1702. Feb. 10. Benjamin Marshall & Sarah Lane of Doncaster 

by Lycence. Ordsall. 

1698. Jan. 4. Geo. son of Jo. Marshall. BaptA 

1699. June 8. Mary the dau. of John Marshall. \ East Retford. 

Bapt. ) 

1668. John Marshall was buried June 19. North Clifton. 

1670. Dec. 13. Tho. Marshall of South Clifton buried. North 

Clifton. 
1692. May 29. William y e Son of Jo. Marshall. 1 
Bapt. 

1694. July 11. John the son of John Marshall. 

Bapt. 

1696. Aug. 13. Gervas y e son of John Mar- 
shall. Bapt. 

1701. April 24. Sarah Daugh. of John Marshall. 
Bapt. 

1703. May 3. Edward y e Son of John Mar- 

shall. Bapt. J 

1695. Nov. 26. Francis Morton & Mary Marshall married. 

Clarborough. 

1696. James Marshell Buried June 20, de Budby. Edzaiustowe. 
1698. July 3. John Loversale & Elizabeth Marshal married. 

North When thy. 
1695. May 24. Tho. Lilly & Anne Marshall. Married. 
Everton. 



Clarboroinrh . 



Crayford, co. Kent. 



1561. John Hethe & Juliana Marshall widow mar. 28 April. 

1565. Silvestra dau. of Henry Symons alias Marshall bapt. 7 June. 

1568. Henry son of Henry Symons alias Marscall bapt. 25 April. 

,, died the son of Hugh Marshall 6 June. 



5<D VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

1583. Henry Simons alias Maschall buried 17 Sept. 

1588. Johanna Maschall widow buried 6 Aug. 

1635. Richard son of John Marshall & Margaret bapt. 26 Aug. 

1640. Margaret dau. of John Marshall & Margaret bapt. 4 April. 

1 65 1. Ann wife of John Marschall buried 28 ... . 

1652. John son of John Marshall bapt. 28 May. 

1663. Anne dau. of Christopher Marshall bapt. 29 Dec. 

1664. John son of John Marshall buried 16 Oct. 

1665. Christopher son of Christopher Marshall bapt 8 Oct. 

1667. Dorothy dau. of Christopher Marshall bapt. 15 March. 

1668. Christopher Marshall buried 7 Nov. 

167 1. Anne dau. of Jane Marshall buried 9 May. 

1672. Jane Marshall buried 12 April. 

1675 y e dau. of Richard Marshall bapt 17 Deer. 

1680. Richard son of John Marshall bapt. 9 April. 

1680. M r John Marshall buried 29 April. 

1680. M r Richard Marshall buried 14 May. 

1 681. Anne wife of John Marshall buried 17 April. 1 
1724. Marshall dau. of John Williams bapt. 23 Aug. 
1755. Stephen son of Stephen Marcshall bapt. 24 March. 

1759- „ 11 11 11 .1 17 June. 

,, Mary dau. ,, ,, buried 11 March. 

1761. Hannah Bellow dau. of Stephen & Mary Marchall born 18 

Apl. bapt 17 May. 
1763. Mary Anne Browne dau. of Stephen & Mary Marshall 

born 7 Oct. bapt. 6 Nov. 
1767. John Lewin, son, and Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen & Mary 

Marshall born 26 Jan., bapt. 27th same, both buried 16 

Feb. same year. 

Campsall, co. York. 

1632. May 1. John Ambler & Joane Marshall. Married. 
1695. Nov. 11. Anthony Marshall of Norton & Anne Lake of 
Campsall. Married. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES OF WILLS AND ADM'ONS. 

(Continued from Vol. ii.,part i.,p. 101.J 

Robert Atkinson of Southwark, Feltmaker, in the parish of S' 
Olaves. Undated. To Thomas Marshall dwelling in Tunbridge 
parish my best gowne. Proved in P.C.C., 4 Feb., 1603. (14 
Harte.) 

William Marshall of the City of Bristol, gentleman. Dated 28 
Feb., 1765. Kinsman John Leake. Friends William Bacon the 
younger of Markfield, co. Leicester, Hosier, James Bates [after- 

1 Cf. Mar. Lie, p. 113 ante. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 5 I 

wards spelt Beates] of Woodhouse in the said county, Baker, and 
John Hartwell of Bristol, Malster, devisees in trust of messuage in 
Moyntague Street, Bristol, and also executors. Sister Mary Leake 
wife of William Leake, of Mount Sorrell, co. Leicester. Kinsman 
William Leake son of the said William Leake. Kinswoman 
Elizabeth Beates wife of the said James Beates. Kinswoman 
Ann Harding, widow. Kinswoman Mar}- Leake. Kinswoman 
Hannah Leake. Sister Ann Chamberlain. Elizabeth Smallbone 
of Hobingham, co. Berks. Proved in P.C.C., by William Bacon 
and James Bates, 23 June, 1768. (251 Seeker.) 

Anne Sumner of Marden, widow of Thomas Sumner. Dated 
31 Jan., 1624. Elizabeth Marshall the daughter of Robert Mar- 
shall. My daughter Elizabeth Marshall and her two daughters. 
Robert Marshall a witness. Proved in P.C.C., 15 Feb., 1624. 
(13 Clarke.) 

Emme Sharpe of London, Widow. Dated 11 Dec, 1623. 
George Marshall my son in law. Proved in P.C.C., 27 May, 1624. 
(44 Byrde.) 

Edward Croft of the City of York, Mercer. Dated 9 June, 1612. 
Wife Alice sole executrix. Adm'on in P.C.C., 11 Dec, 165610 
William Marshall husband and administrator of Alice Marshall 
alias Croft deceased to administer goods left unadministered by 
her. (259 Berkley.) See Vol. i., app. p. 12. 

John Ellison of Doncaster, co. York, Draper. Dated 1 Oct., 
1603. Father Roger Ellison. Brother in law William Marshall 
of Doncaster, alderman, an executor, & he to have tuition of my 
daughter Jane Ellison. He proved in P.C.C., 13 Feb., 1603-4. 
(22 Harte.) See Vol. i., app., p. 8 ; Vol. ii., part i., p. 64. 

Francis Marshall of Abbots' Salford, 1 co. Warwick, yeoman. 
Dated 29 January 1693. Desires to be decently buried amongst 
his Relations. To his deare Cosen and God Daughter Alice Mar- 
shall a bed etc, in y e farther Chamber. To Cosens Anne Marshall 
and Eliz th Marshall to each of them a pair of fine flaxen sheets. 
To Cosen Tho. Marshall my best gloves. To my Cosen Nicholas 
Marshall my little Bed-stead with all the goods that came from 
Radford.' 3 Residue to my wife Elioner Marshall, my sole executrix, 
and she to have the surplusage of my estate both Reall and 
Personall in the parish of Salford and Studley. Witnesses, Wil- 
liam Bartholomew, and Elizabeth Andrews. Inventory taken 8 
Feb., 1693. Will proved at Worcester 23 April, 1694. 

Thomas Lynde, citizen and goldsmith of London. Dated 13 
Dec, 1603. To loving cosen William (sic) Marshall 10 s , to be 
paid unto her (sic ) within one month after my decease. Testator 
afterwards calls her " the said widowe Marshall my cosen." 
Adm'on in P.C.C., 16 Feb., 1603 ; and probate 5 May, 1612. (27 
Harte.) 

i Abbots' Salford is in parish of Priors' Salford. a In the parish of Rous 
Lench, co. Worcester. 



52 NOTES OF WILLS. 

John Ruggle of Glemsford, co. Suffolk, Butcher. Dated 27 
Feb., 1593. Mentions sister Elizabeth Firmin and her children 
Edward Firmin, Ann Tanner, Margaret Marshall, and Katherine 
Marshall. Proved in P.C.C., 6 Feb., 1594. (16 Scott.) 

Joan Galland of South Cave, co. York, widow. Dated 16 June, 

165 1. To William Marshall i2 d To grandchild Richard Marshall 
£\i which said William Marshall oweth me. Appoints Richard 
Marshall executor. He proved in P.C.C., 14 July, 1654. (485 
Alchin.) See Vol. i., p. 81. 

John Harvye of Elme in the Isle of Ely. Dated 24 March, 

1652. Mentions his four grandchildren John Marshall, Edward 
Marshall, Dorothie Marshall, and Elizabeth Michell — £5 apiece 
to be paid them at their ages of 16. Proved in P.C.C., 30 Sept., 

1653. by Elizabeth Harvye his relict. (379 Brent.) See Vol. i., 
p. 130. 

Elline Moore of Hertford, spinster. Dated 30 Sept., 1652. 
" Vnto backside Joane Marshall widdow " i2 d . Proved in P.C.C., 
20 July, 1653. (378 Brent.) 

George Marshall of Shipston upon Stower, co. Worcester, yeo- 
man. Dated 11 March, 1658. To wife Judith £8. To eldest son 
William Marshall £8. To son John Marshall £8. To son 
Thomas Marshall £8. To daughter Elizabeth £3. To daughter 
Christian £8. To daughter Margery £8. To daughter Sisley 
Chamberlyn £8. To son George Marshall £8. To son Edward 
Marshall £8. Makes sons William, John, and Thomas Marshall 
executors. Proved in P.C.C. by Thomas Marshall 29 March, 1659, 
and power reserved to the other executors. (56 Pell.) See his 
burial, Vol. i., app. p. 39. 

1659. May 20. Adm'on in P.C.C. of Thomas Marshall of Ring- 
stead, co. Essex, to Alice Marshall his relict. 

1659. Sept. 29. Adm'on in P.C.C. of Ambrose Marshall of 
Deptford, co. Kent, to Sarah Marshall his relict. 

Anthony Watson, Minister of the church of Attenborough, co. 
Nott m . Nuncupative. Mentions William Marshall of Ashby, co. 
Leicester. Adm'on with will annexed in P.C.C. to Elizabeth 
Watson his relict, 17 Feb., 1657. (57 Wotton.) 

Margaret Smith of East Retford, Widow. Dated 20 January, 

1657. Mentions sister Anne Marshall. Brother in law M r John 
Marshall an executor. Adm'on with will annexed 30 Aug., 1658, 
in P.C.C. (434 Wotton.) 

Nathaniell Billiald of Normanton upon Trent. Dated 9 Ma)', 

1658. Mentions Alice Marshall the daughter of Edward Harp- 
ham. Proved in P.C.C, 22 June, 1659. (352 Pell.) 

Elizabeth Fletcher of Prescott, co. Lancaster, spinster. Dated 
10 August, 1658. To Margaret Marshall of Prescott, widow, £3. 
To John Marshall of Prescott, Mercer, £3. To Elizabeth daughter 
of Richard Marshall of Prescott 2o\ My brother in law Henry 
Marshall and William Marshall and Elizabeth Marshall his son 
and daughter. Makes said Henry Marshall sole executor. He 
proved in P.C.C, 6 January, 1658. (21 Pell.) 



NOTES OF WILLS. 53 

Thomas Randall of Colston Bassett, co. Nott'", Labourer. 

Dated 7 May, 1658. To Thomas the son of Roger Marshall of 

Colston, six pence. Proved in P.C.C. by Katherine Randal his 

relict, 16 July, 1660. (146 Nabbs.) 

Walter Byrd of Curborow, co. Stafford. Dated 11 June, 1642. 
To son in law Thomas Marshall and Anne his wife £5. Thomas 
Marshall their son. Proved in P.C.C, 7 Sept., 1642, by Margaret, 
Byrd his relict, (in Campbell.) 

John White of Sheere, co. Surrey. Dated 22 Sept., 1642. 
Mentions Nicholas Norwood son to Alexander Norwood of Leap- 
hooke, co. Southampton, Innholder. Sister Mary Palmer wife of 
John Palmer of Horley, co. Surrey. My brother Thomas Nor- 
wood. My sister Alice Marshall wife to Thomas Marshall of the 
parish of Croydon, co. Surrey, husbandman. Proved in P.C.C, 
20 (sic) Sept., 1642. (109 Campbell.) 

Roger Dutton, the elder, Citizen and Salter of London. Men- 
tions daughter Mary Marshall. Proved in P.C.C, 1642. (47 
Campbell.) See Vol. ii., part i., p. 20. 

Thomas Coe of Kenford, co. Suffolk. Mentions grand-daughter 
Mary Marshall. Proved in P.C.C, 1642. (15 Campbell.) 

William Est of Rislip. Dated 24 March, 1616. Mentions sister 
Marshall. Proved in Commissary Court of London, 9 April, 1617. 
(Vol. 23, fo. 26.) 

Henry Marshall of the Parish of S l George in the county of 
Middlesex, tide-waiter. Dated 1 July, 1755. To son Henry Mar- 
shall I s . To daughter Susannah Marshall P. Residue to wife 
Jane and makes her sole executrix. She proved in Commissary 
Court of London, 9 July, 1755. (Vol. 78.) 

Nuncupative will of Jane Marshall alias Battie, of S' Sepulchre's, 
London, widow. Dated 11 June, 1664. She gave all her estate 
to Mary Hughes, wife of Thomas Hughes of the said parish, 
desiring she would give something out of it to Sarah, Elizabeth, 
and Henrie Ferribie, and appointed said Mary Hughes executrix. 
She proved in Commissary Court of London, 31 January, 1664. 
See Vol. i., p. 195. 

Adm'on in Commissary Court of London, 4 Dec, 1694, of 
Antony Marshall of S l Benet, Pauls Wharf, to Anne Marshall, 
widow. See Vol. i., p. 194. 

Elizabeth Marshall of the parish of S* Mary Islington, co. 
Middlesex, widow. Dated 13 Oct., 1665. To sister in law Anne 
Marshall I2 li . Residue to brother John Roberts, and makes him 
sole executor. He proved in Commissary Court of London, 19 
Oct., 1665. John Marshall is one of the witnesses. See Vol. i., 
p. 196. 

Margaret Norton of Crosyates in the parish of Whitkirk. Dated 
1 March, 1632. Mentions daughter Susanna Marshall. Makes 
Christopher Marshall executor. He proved in Exchequer Court 
at York, 9 May, 1633. (Vol. 42, fo. 179.) 



54 NOTES OF WILLS. 

Thomas Ellis of Uoncaster, gentleman. Dated 4 April, 1562. 
Mentions wife Elizabeth. Sister Margaret Fulwood wife of 
Thomas Fulwood, alderman. Margaret Lewis daughter of 
Robert Lewys of Marr. To Elizabeth wife of John Marshall 
household stuff in the house of John Thwaytes in Doncaster, and 
a house and lands there, etc. (She evidently had no children 
then.) Thomas son of Robert Lewis, under age. Francis 
Frobisher, Esq 1- and Robert Lewys of Marr, yoman, executors. 
Both proved in Exchequer Court at York, 2 Dec, 1562. (Vol. 17, 
fo. 133.) 

Francis Marshall of S l Helens parish in Worcester, clothier. 
Dated 12 January, 1690. To my son 10 s to buy him a ring. Wife 
Mary sole executrix and residuary legatee. Daughter Mary. 
Witnesses, Tho. Shewringe, Tho. Pixell, and George Wilson. 
Proved at Worcester 22 July, 1706. Inventory dated 18 July, 
1706. 

John Baggitt. Will nuncupative. Dated 23 April, 1664. 
Appoints kinsman Richard Marshall executor. Anne Marshall, a 
witness. Proved in Consistory Court at Lincoln, 30 April 1664. 
(Vol. for 1664, fo. 668.) 

Robert Castell of Woodham Walter co. Essex, Esq. Dated 4 
Nov. (signed 6 Nov.), 1637. Brother Sir Edward Allen, Bart. 
Brother Stephen Marshall, 1 minister and preacher of Gods Word 
at Fynchfield. Proved in P.C.C., 10 Oct., 163S. (119 Lee.) 

Robert Blacker of Shafton, yeoman. Dated 2 March, 1627, 
proved at York 14 March following. Mentions William Jenkinson 
of Shafton. William Reane. John Emley. David Marshall. 
Residue to daughter Isabel wife of Thomas Marshall. Richard 
Marshall a witness. See Notes and Queries, 6 Ser. hi., 366. 

The following administrations are from the Probate Court at 
Ipswich : — 
1643. April 24. John Marshall of Framlingham, adm'on to 

William Marshall his father. 
1681. Feb. 4. Thomas Marshall of Butley, adm'on to Rebecca 

his widow. 
1685. Aug. 5. John Marshall of Ipswich, adm'on to William 

Marshall his father. 
1695. Oct. 19. William Marshall late of Ipswich but deceased 
in the ship called the " Devonshire" in the King's service, 
adm'on to Anne his widow. 

Mary Townshend wife of John Townshend of Horstead, co. 
Norfolk, butcher. Sons John and Edward Roath. Sister Alice 
wife of John Marshall of Nottingham, shoemaker. Dated 3, and 
proved at Norwich, 12 March, 17 14. 

Grace Marshall of Denby in the parish of Peniston, widow. 
Dated 14 Nov., 1632. To Henry Marshall 6 d , to his wife 6 d , and 
to every one of his children 4 d . To my son Robert Marshall I2 d , 
to his wife i2 d , and to every one of his children 2 s 6 d . To Richard 

) See his will, Vol. i., p. 120. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 55 

Snydall my grandchild 40 s . To John Snydall my son in law 3" 4 11 
and to my daughter Dorothy his wife 3 s 4 11 . John Snydall and 
Francis Snydall my grandchildren. My sister Jennett Ouldam. 
My son Richard Marshall. My son Thomas Marshall, and my 
daughter Francis Marshall. Son Richard Marshall ex'or. He 
proved in Exchequer Court at York, 15 Feb., 1632. (Vol. 42, 
fo. 48.) 

John Marshall of Leeds, Clothier. Dated 30 March, 1633. To 
be buried in parish church of Leeds. Wife Margaret. John Beason 
my sisters son. Edith wife of the said John Beason. John Beason 
his son. Robert Metcalfe and Katherine his wife. Richard 
Lapitch my cousin and Mary his wife. Margaret Noble my cousin 
wife of Ambrose Noble. Mathew Funtance and his wife. Jennet 
Fauntance. Richard Funtance my brother in law and his son in 
law William Todd. Alice Todd my cousin and her child. My 
sister in law Elizabeth Lawe, John Lawe her son and his wife. 
Dorothy Ealbecke my cousin. M 1 ' Alderman Browne of Norwich, 
and his bedfellow M rs Browne, M 1 ' Jay of Norwich his son in law 
and his wife, M rs Browne his daughter that is unmarried. M 1 ' 
Edward Cutbert the elder, and M r William Cutbert his brother 
of Owndale in Northamptonshire, and M r Cawthorne their brother 
in law. M r Edward Cutbert the younger. M r Everell Hudson of 
Peroth. M 1 ' Skneath, Draper. To the poor of Kirkbye Wharfe 
where I was born 10 s . Mentions a house standing under the Call 
brow belonging to the Free school of Leeds, — gives tenant right 
in said house to Grace Fletcher and her children and George Pease 
and his wife and children, to either of them their own parts wherein 
they now dwell. To every spinner I have 6d. apiece. John Benson 
my cousin. Richard Lapitch and Margaret Noble his sister. 10 s 
a year to poor of Leeds for ever. Calls John Benson " my nephew " 
and makes him sole ex'or. He proved in Exchequer Court at 
York, 17 June, 1633. (Vol. 42, fo. 105.) 

John Marshall of Yeadon in parish of Guiseley. Dated 7 April, 
1633. S° n Thomas Marshall. Son Samuel Marshall. Son 
Joseph Marshall. Daughter Mercy Marshall. Daughter Mary 
Ive. Son William Marshall's children. Son Robert's children. 
Richard Foster's children. William Ive's children. Son Samuel 
Marshall, and son in law Abraham Marshall joint executors and 
residuary legatees. Both proved in Exchequer Court at York, 9 
May, 1633. (Vol. 42, fo. 179.) 

John Marshall of Robinhood Bay. Dated 11 July, 1634. To be 
buried in church or church yard of Filingdailes. My wife [no 
christian name given.] Every one of my sisters. To my son 
Richard the silver buttons of my leather doublet. My brother 
John Bigginge. Margaret Lawnd. My uncle Peter Marshall. My 
cousin John Marshall. Henry Spendley. Lands to son Richard 
when 21. Daughter Vrsuley Marshall, son Peter, and my wife 
executors. George Conyers sen 1 ' a supervisor. Proved in Exchequer 

Court at York by Vrsula Marshall, Peter Marshall, and 

(sic) Marshall widow and relict, 16 April, 1635. (Vol. 42, fo. 459.) 



56 NOTES OF WILLS. 

Peter Marshall of Pattrington in Holdernes. Dated I April, 
1635. Gives tuition of sons William and John Marshall, and of 
daughter Isabell Marshall to Mary my wife their mother. Appoints 
them all executors. Proved by Mary Marshall the relict in 
Exchequer Court at York and power reserved to the other executors, 
1 July, 1635. (Vol. 42, fo. 547.) 

James Marshall of Bradford. Dated 22 April, 1634. Mentions 
four daughters and two sons (no names given) all under age. 
Makes wife (no name) executrix. She proved (no name given) in 
Exchequer Court at York 1 Oct., 1635. (Vol. 42, fo. 666.) 

William Marshall of Weston, co. Nottingham, husbandman. 
Dated 8 March, 161 1. To be buried in churchyard of Weston. 
Thomas Marshall and Elizabeth Marshall the children of my son 
William Marshall. My brother Robert Marshall. Thomas Marshall 
son to my said brother. Son William Marshall and Katherine his 
wife residuary legatees, and said son William executor. He proved 
in Exchequer Court at York, 6 March, 1616. (Vol. 34, fo. 393.) 
See Vol. i., pp. 108, 221. 

Edward Marshall of Nether Yeadon. Dated 16 July, 1616, 
nuncupative. My sons Michael, William, and Abraham Marshall. 
My daughter Jenet. My late son Edward Marshall deceased six 
of his youngest children. Jane my wife. Jenet late wife to my 
said late son. Samuel Marshall my grandchild son of late son 
Edward. Wife Jane and grandson Samuel executors. Christopher 
Marshall a witness. Proved in Exchequer Court at York 9 July, 
1617, by Jane Marshall and power reserved to Samuel. (Vol. 34, 
fo. 592.) See Vol. i., p. 282. 

Thomas Marshall of Moore Allerton, yeoman. Dated 13 August, 
1613. To be buried in Parish church of Leeds. To wife Anne 
messuage in Chapel Allerton called Crofts farm. John Thwates 
my son in law. Anne Marshall my daughter. To Thomas Mar- 
shall my son reversion of the said farm. My two sons in law John 
Battie and John Thwaite. William Marshall my son. The capital 
messuage of Mooretowne where I now dwell. Thomas and George 
Marshall my two younger sons under age. Wife Anne sole 
executrix. She proved in Exchequer Court at York, 30 June, 1614. 
(Vol. 33, fo. 148.) _ 

Anne Marshall died 3 June, 1627. Her will is registered in Vol. 
3g, fo. 225. For further notices of this family, see Notes and 
Queries, 6 Ser. vi., p. 387. 

Ann Marshall of Moreallerton, widow. Dated 24 May, 1627. 
To be buried in the parish church of Leeds. Son William Mar- 
shall, and recites decease of Thomas Marshall his father. John 
Battie my grandchild. Elizabeth Battie, Sara Battie, Timothie 
Battie, and Rebecca Battie, children of John Battie my son in law. 
Robert Myers my grandchild son of Thomas Myers. Mary Myers 
daughter of the said Thomas Myers. Dorothie Battie my daughter 
wife of John Battie. Jane my daughter wife of John Thwaits. 
My daughter Ann wife of the aforesaid Thomas Myers. My son 
William Marshall his wife. My son George Marshall his wife. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 57 

To my son Thomas Marshall £30. My son George Marshall. 
Ann Marshall daughter of my son William Marshall. The rest of 
my son William Marshalls children, to wit, Hellene, Elizabeth, 
and Edith. To Ann Marshall daughter of William Marshall 

younger my goddaughter one ewe and a lamb. To Alice 

daughter of William Marshall late of Leeds deceased and now 
wife of .... of Leeds 4_o\ Sons Thomas and George executors. 
Proved in Exchequer Court at York by Thomas Marshall and 
power reserved to George Marshall, 14 July, 1627. 

Richard Marshall of Thorpe Arch, husbandman. Dated 10 
March, 1616. Son Robert Marshall. Marie my wife. Sister 
Alice Marshall. Robert Fearne's children. William Scotte's 
children. Robert Stable's two children. John Fallis' children. 
Robert Dickonson and William Scott supervisors. Son Robert 
and wife Marie executors, wife to be tutor to said Robert during his 
minority. Will'm Marshall the elder a witness. Proved by relict 
g July, 1617, in Exchequer Court at York. (Vol. 34, fo. 591.) 

Susanna Marshall of Everthorpe ^=£±icer£i??s^e in parish of -^V^A- 
■ Barfmld z}" co. York, spinster. Dated 30 July, 1712. Roger Wilson 
my brother. Thomas Wilson my nephew. Hunter Wilson my 
nephew. Philipp Constable. Robert Wilson my nephew. Ann 
Hoal my neice. Ann Wilson my neice. Susanna Wilson my 
neice. Catherine Talboy. Jane Weedley. Thomas Wilson and 
Roger Wilson my brother's executors. See probate Vol. i., p. 300. 

Thomas Marshall of Farmedale, co. York, weaver. Dated 4 
Feb., 1712. Son William Marshall. Daughter Jane Marshall. 
Jane my wife sole executrix. See probate, Vol. i., p. 300. 

Thomas Marshall of Pontefract, Merchant. Will dated 21 
August, 1645. Mentions neice Jane Marshall and her sister Mary. 
Adm'on with will annexed to Jane Marshall alias Hancocke now 
wife of William Hancocke, in Exchequer Court at York, 7 Sept., 
1646. 

James Marshall of Linton upon Owse, co. York, farmer. Dated 
16 April, 1687. To be buried at the parish church of Nuton 
[Newton upon Ouse.] Cousin Thomas Marshall. Cousin Eliza- 
beth Marshall. Uncle Thomas Marshall. To Marie Scott sons 
£3 that thare mother oweth me. Uncle Thomas Limbfont. Ann 
Carterett. Thomas May. Catheran Bradlay. Helling Marshall. 
Uncle Calluart and Ant eather of them I2 d . Uncle Thomas 
Marshall and his sun Tobyas Marshall executors. Proved in 
Exchequer Court at York by Thomas Marshall, 26 Nov., 1687. 
Bond annexed of Thomas Marshall of Moore Mounton, husband- 
man, Elizabeth Marshall of the same, widow, and Robert Hare of 
the same, husbandman. This will is among the Vacancy Wills. 

Abraham Marshall of Tuxford, co Nott 1 ", blacksmith. Dated 28 
Oct., 1686. My four children now living namely Ane, Elizabeth, 
Jane, and Edward. Daughter Ane to have farm and to pa)- the 
others their portions as they shall be 21 or marry, and to put son 
Edward to a trade if he desire to go. Brother William Marshall 
of Ratcliffe and brother Fran. Turner of Tuxford to be supervisors. 



58 NOTES OF WILLS. 

Aclm'on with will annexed to Anne Marshall his daughter 29 Dec, 
1686. This will will be found amongst the Vacancy Wills in the 
Probate Office at York. See Vol. i., p. 117 ; Vol. ii., part i., p. 75. 

Ellis Marshall of Wellam Morhouse. Dated 9 Sept., 1583. 
To the church of Clareboroughe 2\ Richard Marshall of East 
Waytton (? Drayton) my brother. Rychard Nycolsone of Hedon 
my brother in law. Isabell my sister wife of the said Richard. 
My brother Thomas Marshall. Robert Marshall my brother. 
Henry Marshall my brother. William Bellame of East Retford, 
executor. He proved in the Exchequer Court at York, 1 Dec, 
1583. (Vol. xxii., fo. 464.) 

(Original Will.) Bernard Marshall of Horsforth, co. York, 
yeoman. Dated 26 March, 1635. T° ^ e buried in the parish church 
of Giesleye. To every one of my grandchildren except William 
Thornton 10 s . To said William Thornton 32 s . To Bernard Powell 
my grandchild one blacke cow. Residue to Bridgitt Miers, Agnes 
Lambert widow, and Elizabeth Powell, my three daughters, and 
appoints them executors. Thomas Fetheer a witness. Proved in 
the Exchequer Court at York by said executors 15 Oct., 1635. 

Robert Marshall of Blith. Dated 4 April, 1522. To be buried 
in the church of saynte peter in Blith. Mentions — Alexander 
Kokkett. Sir George Tyas. Sir John Mirfyne. Sir Henry. John 
Pullen. John Sheperd. Robert Belby. John Semar. Jenett my 
maidyn. John Donston. Jane Adamson. Thomas Walker. 
William Kendall. Wife Elizabeth executrix. Sir Nicolas Kendall 
supervisor. Proved by relict in Exchequer Court at York, 15 
May, 1522. (Vol. 9, fo. 230.) 

William Marshall of Malton. Dated 3 March, 1527. To John 
Walker my curate for my tithes 3 s 4 d , and 20 11 to pray for my soul. 
" Lego d'no Will'o Marshall canonico filio meo xiij s iiij' 1 . Wife 
Alice and sons Richard Marshall and Thomas Marshall residuary 
legatees and executors. George Marshall a witness. Proved in 
the Exchequer Court at York by the within named executors, 19 
March, 1527. (Vol. 9, fo. 389.) 

Richard Marshall of Moregaite in the pishe of Claireburghe. 
Dated 5 March, 1544. To be buried in the churchyard there. To 
Jennette my basterde doughter xx s besides xx s which I the saide 
Richarde owe unto her. Joha Marshall my daughter. Residue to 
Elyne Marshall my wife and Johan my daughter and makes them 
executrixes. Proved by relict in Exchequer Court at York, and 
power reserved to Johane 9 Oct., 1545. (Vol. 13, fo. 82.) 

Edward Marshall of Eland, co. York, clothier. Dated 30 January, 
1596. Mentions a suit depending between himself and one 
William Marshall of Eland for £200 as appears by an obligation 
in the custody of the Justices at Westminster, and that M* John 
Savill of the Newe Hall, Esquire, hath a letter of attorney under 
my hand and seal for to prosecute the suit for me. My brother 
John Marshall. Wife Grace Marshall. Appoints John Savill, 
Esq 1 ', sole executor. He proved 23 June, 1597, in Exchequer Court 
at York. (Vol. 27, fo. 4.) 



NOTES OF WILLS. 59 

Robert Marshall of Stanthrop in the parish of Sutton upon 
Trent, co. Nottingham, in the presence of Henrie Kinge and Wil- 
liam Okes, — nuncupative. Dated Saturday, i October, 1597. To 
daughter Anne Marshall £10. To my brother Henrie, meaning 
said (sic ) Henrie Okes my house that John Jay dwells in — for life. 
Young William Marshall my brother's son. To my Mayden Nan 
Flintham a little browne Cowe. My wife. Robert Marshall 
Thomas Marshall's childe. Proved in Exchequer Court at York 

11 January, 1597, by (sic) the relict and power reserved 

to Anne Marshall the daughter. (Vol. 27, fo. 123.) 

Will'm Martiall of Sutton upon Trent in the co. of Nottingham, 
husbandman. Dated 26 Dec, in the 40" 1 yeare of our Cjueene 
[Elizabeth] . To be buried in the parish church of Sutton afore- 
said. Son William Martiall. Elizabeth my wife. Richard Theaker. 
Will'm Wilson. Son William Marshall executor. He proved in 
Exchequer Court at York, 22 March, 1597. (Vol 27, fo. 207.) 

Richard Marshall of the parish of Rowsbie, [i.e. Roxby.] Dated 
24 Sept., 1597. To be buried in the churchyard of Rawsbie. To 
the eldest daughter of John Roger of North Lofthows one close 
presser. Robert Petch of Rowsbie. Son William Marshall and 
daughter Jane Marshall executors. Proved in Exchequer Court at 
York by said William and power reserved to Jane, 20 June, 1598. 
(Vol. 27, fo. 305.) 

Richard Marshall of Doncaster, alderman. Dated 26 March, 
1586. To be buried in parish church of Doncaster. To wife 
Anne Marshall house at Doncaster in which James Porter now 
dwelleth. To my daughter Alice £120, and the goods given to her 
by her late mother my wife now deceased. My brother in law 
Robert Jefferesone of Barwicke in Ellmyt to have the education 
and bringing up of my said daughter till she shall be married or 
come to lawful years. Said Robert Jefferesone's children, Henry 
J., William J., Effame J., and Anne J. To Thomas Barmbie 
my sister's son 5 s . Thomas Kytchine and his wife. Thomas 
Croft. Fraunces Croft my maid. Residue to son William Marshall 
and appoints him executor. " My verie frend John Lewis of Marr 
esquire." If son William dies without issue testator devises his 
lands and tenements to his (testator's) daughter Anne, with 
remainder to my brother John Marshall and his heirs males, 
remainder to Henrie Marshall one other of the brothers of me the 
said Richard Marshall, remainder over to right heirs. Adm'on in 
the Exchequer Court at York, with will annexed 21 April, 1586, to 
Robert Jeffrason during the minority of William Marshall the son 
and executor. (Vol. 23, fo. 192.) 

(Original Will.) Peter Marshall 1 of Marton in Holderness, co. 
York, yeoman. Dated 21 July, 1636. To Lord Viscount Dunbar 
and his good Lady my grey colt whose use he will prove the better 
ether for double or single gelding. To John Constable, Esq., my 

1 See his wife mentioned, Peacock's List of Roman Catholics in co. York, p. 
125- 



60 NOTES OF WILLS. 

master, son and heir of the said Lord Viscount Dunbar, my bay 
stoned colt and my grandchild Peter Marshall, whom I pray God 
may prove an honest and faithful servant to him and his as I have 
hereto been one to his grandfather before him. To M r Mathew 
and M r Henry Constable my sorrell young mare. To my nephew 
John Marshall his children 10 s among them. To my brother 
Christopher Marshall his children 10 s among them. My sister Jane 
Watson her children. My sister Agnes Goudams her children. 
My sister Anne Marsingale her children. To my neece Jane 
Marsingale being now my servant £3. Residue to Henry Marshall 
my son and heir and to his children now borne equally among 
them, provided that if my son John Marshall do come again and 
demand anything my will is he shall have half of the goods un- 
bequeathed. Richard Dearing and Robert Moore of Marton, 
supervisors. Proved in the Exchequer Court at York, 19 January, 
1636-7, by Henry Marshall of Marton. 

(Original Will.) Marie Marshall of Linton upon ows [Ouse] , 
co. York, weedow. Dated 10 March, 1685. To son George £5 
that his uncle George Browne left him at his death. Residue to 
James Marshall and George Marshall, and if one die before he 
come to lawful age his part to go to his brother. To sister Alse 
Wykelef 5 s . To John Bell 5 s . To sister Elizabeth Crouder 5 s . 
No ex'ors appointed. Adm'on with will annexed to Thomas 
Marshall to use of James Marshall, under age, the universal 
surviving legatee, 30 Oct., 1686. 

John Marshall, clerk, Vicare of South Kyrkbye, co. York. 
Dated 20 January, 1567. To be buried in the church of South 
Kyrkbye. Sister Edythe. Brother Thomas sole executor. Eliza- 
beth wife of John Cramwell of South Kirkbye. Susanne Cramwell 
daughter of John Cramwell aforesaid. The children of Lawrence 
Tusson whom he had by my sister. Janet Syvor. Lawrence 
Rawson my brother in Lawe. John Thurleston master of the free 
Gramer Scole at Hymsworthe. Proved 31 March, 1568, by 
Thomas Marshall, sole executor. Archbishop's Book, "Younge 
and Grindal," at York, fo. 46 b . See Hunter's SoutJi Yorkshire, 
Vol. ii., p. 449. 

In Archbishop's Book, " Hoi gate and Heath" to. 165, will be 
found the will of Elizabeth Marshall of Ackborough (? Aldborough), 
proved 18 January, 1554. 

Richard Marshall, Vicar of Fishlake. Mentions his brother 
Robert Marshall. Proved at York 5 Feb., 1505. (Archbishop's 
Book at York, "Savage," fo. 184.) See Vol. i., p. 131; and 
Hunter's Deanery of Doncaster, Vol. i., p. 193. 

Roger Marshall of the Trinities, Pontefract, clerk. Dated 18 
July, 1569. To be buried in the church of All hallows in Ponte- 
fract among my brethren. To my brother Thomas £"4. To 
Katherine Buckle 20 s - To the poor of Massam 20 s , and to the 
reparation of the church of Massam 3 s 4*- To cousin Wells at the 
Moreside 2% and to each of her children 2 s - To William Foster 
and his wife 40 s - Margaret his mother. James Nycolson and his 



NOTES OF WILLS. 6 1 

wife, and Thomas Nycolson his son. Peter Rogers. Alice Fewston. 
Margaret Russell. To the poor of Pontefract 20 s . To every one 
of the brethren and sisters of the Trinities in Pontefract and to 
either of their madenes xiij d . Christopher Easbye's wife. To 
Lionel Marshall 3 s 4 d - William Johnson and Christopher Easby, 
executors and residuary legatees. Witnesses and supervisors, Sir 
Richard Rigeall, Sir John Soresbye, John Squire, schoolmaster of 
Pontefract. Proved at York, 5 Oct., 1570. (Vol. xix., fo. 57.) 

Densal Marshall of Sturton in the co. of Nottingham, yeoman. 
Dated 2 June, 1697. Mentions Mary Birket and Anne Birket my 
grandchildren natural and lawful children of William Birket of 
Egmanton, yeoman, and then calls William Birket " my son in 
law." Mary Booth my grandchild, daughter of Andrew Booth of 
Sturton, my son in law. To Elizabeth Booth my grandchild, 
daughter of Andrew Booth, £100. Said Andrew Booth residuary 
legatee and sole executor. Original Will (at York). See Vol. i., 
p. 309. 

From Dickering Act Book at York. 

1648. Dec. 28. Probate of the will of George Marshall of 

Fallingfosse to Elizabeth Marshall his relict and sole 

executrix. 
165 1. Feb. 14. Adm'on of William Marshall of Burniston to A 

Isabell Marshall, widow, and Ellis Marshall, spinster, of 

the same. 

1667. May 31. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Staxton / e 

to Sarah Marshall his relict and sole executrix. See Vol. ' 
i., p. 276. 

1668. Sept. 25. Adm'on of Robert Marshall of Foxholes to 

Daniel Todd " ejus nepoti." 
1668. Oct. 22. Probate of the will of Sarah Marshall of Staxton 
to Thomas Marshall her son and sole executor. See Vol. 
i., p. 276. 

From Ainstie Act Book at York. 

1597. April 23. Adm'on of George Marshall of Nun Appleton 

to Anne his relict. 

1598. Dec. 5. Probate of the will of Maud Marshall of Rawdon 

to Christopher her son, and power reserved to Jane and 

Johanna her daughters. 
1598. March 30. Adm'on of George Marshall of Walton to 

Jane his relict. 
1598. Oct. 4. Probate of the will of Katherihe Marshall of 

Tadcaster to Edward Marshall. 

1602. Dec. 1. Probate of the will of Thomas Marshall of Birkin 

to Isabel his relict. 

1603. May 12. Adm'on of John Marshall of Sherburne to Mar- 

garet Morgan alias Marshall wife of Hugh Morgan. 1 

i Hugh Morgan's will was proved by Margaret his relict, 7 Aug., 1619. 



62 NOTES OF WILLS. 

1604. Oct. 25. Adm'on of William Marshall of Leeds to Richard 

Marshall and John Watson for Alice and Christopher his 
children. 

1605. June 11. Adm'on of Mercie Marshall of Scots-hall in the 

parish of Leeds to Thomas Barnby her brother. ? de 
bonis non. See Vol. i., p. 257. 

1605. Oct. 22. Probate of the will of Robert Marshall of Tad- 

caster to James Barker to sole use of Katherine Marshall 
testator's daughter, a minor and sole executrix ; and care 
of the said Katherine according to her voluntary election 
committed to the said James. A caveat was entered 1 
July previous. 

1606. Jam. 27. Adm'on of Alexander Marshall of Street Houses 

in Bilborough to Leonard Harpham of Bilborough, for 
Thomas, Mary, Margaret, and Alexander his children. 

1607. May 22. Adm'on of Edward Marshall of Tadcaster to 

Thomas his son. 
161 1. Sept. 27. Adm'on of Elizabeth Marshall of Thorp Arch 
to Richard Marshall. 

1 614. May 6. Probate of the will of William Marshall of East 

Rigton to Beatrice and Richard Marshall. 

1615. Aug. 18. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Hessay 

to Alice his relict, for Thomas, Elizabeth, Helen, Margaret, 
John, Jannet, and Elizabeth (sic) the children. 

1616. April 18. Probate of the will of George Marshall of Thorp 

Arch to Alice his relict. 
1616. Oct. 3. Adm'on of Edward Marshall of Nether Yeadon, 
with tuition of John, William, Jeromy, Elizabeth, Joseph, 
and Mercy, his children, to Jane Marshall of Yeadon, 
widow. See Vol. i., p. 282. 

1616. Nov. 26. Probate of the will of Richard Marshall of 

Hessay to Thomas Marshall, William Winter, and 
William Adcock, tutors of Brian, Helen, Thomas, Agnes, 
and Jane, children of deceased. 

1617. March 20. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Bolton 

(Percy) to Edward Marshall for Dorothy Marshall 

daughter of deceased. 
1619. June 23. Adm'on of Jane Marshall of Rawden to Sibel 

Grimshaw, widow. 
162 1. July 3. Probate of the will of Thomas Marshall of Hessay 

to Anne his relict and Thomas Marshall his son. 
1621. Dec. 20. Probate of the will of William Marshall of 

Aketon to Dorothy his relict. 
1621. Dec. 20. Adm'on of Barnard Marshall of Bramhope to 

Anne his relict. 
1623. Feb. 6. Probate of the will of Richard Marshall of Colton 

to Mary his relict, Henry Newarke and Henry Doughty 

co-executors having renounced. 
1623. May 22. Probate of the will of Christopher Marshall of 

Kirkdighton to John Dunwell, Margaret his relict having 

died before she proved. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 63 

1623. May 22. Probate of the will of Margaret Marshall of 

Kirkdighton, widow, to John Dunwell sole executor. 

1624. Aug. 4. Adm'on of Peter Marshall of Fareburn to Alice 

his relict. 

1625. Feb. 25. Adm'on of Christopher Marshall of Bramham 

to Jane his relict. 
1625. April 20. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Cawood 

to John Marshall his son, and power reserved to Robert 

Marshall co-executor. 
1625. Nov. 4. Adm'on of William Marshall of Tadcaster to 

Mark his son and Anne his relict. 
1633. May 9. Adm'on of Mary Marshall of Colton to Dulcibella 

Marshall her daughter. 
1635-6. Jam 15. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Clifton 

to John Marshall, Francis Marshall, and Hugh Yates, 

executors. 
1637. Sept. 7. Adm'on of Isabella Marshall, widow, of Yeadon 

in parish of Guiseley to Ralph Dixon of Leeds, mercer, 

her brother, to use of Jane Marshall, Elizabeth, and 

Mary Marshall her children. 
1637. Sept. 11. Probate of the will of Thomas Marshall of 

Shereburn to Mary Marshall his relict and sole executrix. 

1637. Sept. 5. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Rawden to 

Edward Marshall and Abraham G rymcsli a ive co-executors. 
(This corrects note of adm'on Vol. i., p. 293). 

1638. April 6. Adm'on of Robert Marshall of Yeadon to Mar- 

garet Marshall his relict. 

1638. April 6. Adm'on of John Marshall of East Keswick to 
William Marshall of the same. 

1638. March 28. Adm'on of Leonard Marshall of Tadcaster to 
Isabella Marshall his relict. Cf. Vol i., pp. 116, 263, 270. 

Vol. i., p. 267, note 5. Add to this, " 1640. Oct. 5. Probate of 
the will of Edward Marshall of Tadcaster to William 
Marshall of the same, yeoman, to the use of Margaret, 
Elizabeth, and Anne Marshall, his children, Elizabeth 
Marshall the widdow and relict of the testator having 
renounced, and the same day tuition of Margaret Mar- 
shall and Anne Marshall children of the said deceased 
was committed to Robert Sainter of Tadcaster, yeoman." 

From Craven with Ripon Act Book at York. 

1670. Feb. 16. Probate of the will of Jane Marshall of Felbeck 

house to William Pullan sole executor. See Vol. i., p. 

XI 5- 

1671. Aug. 16. Probate of will of George Marshall of Grantley 

to Peter Marshall one of the executors. See Vol. i., p. 
280, where for " said executors " read " Peter Marshall." 
167 1. Oct. 3. Probate of the will of Christopher Marshall of 
Clifton to Henry Marshall sole executor. 



64 NOTES OF WILLS. 

1677. April 2. Probate of the will of William Marshall of 
Waddington to Margaret his widow and sole executrix. 
See Vol. i., p. 295. 

1 691 . June 2. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Grisington 
[in parish of Linton] to Elizabeth Marshall, widow, sole 
executrix. 

1691. March 15. Probate of the will of John Marshall of Skip- 
ton to Thomas Gawthorpe sole executor. 

1709. Aug. 1. Adm'on of Hanna Marshall alias Mortin late 
wife of William Mortin of Bewerley to her said husband. 

From Prerogative Act Book at York. 

1635. Nov. 23. Probate of the will of James Marshall of Don- 

nington to John Marshall, and Anne Smeaton, widow. 

See Vol. ii., part i., p. 53. 
1643. Feb. 10. Probate of the nuncupative will of Roland 

Marshall of Gate Helmsley to Emot Marshall universal 

legatee. 
1645. Sept. 13. Probate of the will of Anthony Marshall of 

Branthwate, co. Cumberland, to John Marshall and 

William Marshall. 

From Holderness Act Book at York. 

1650. Aug 1 - 23. Probate of the will of Thomas Marshall of 

Pattrington to Jane Marshall his relict. 
1677. Aug'- 27. The will of Catherine Marshall of Otteringham, 

is in a bundle marked " reinfecta." See Vol. ii., part i., 

p. 113. 

From Cleveland Act Book at York. 

1684. Nov. 22. Adm'on of George Marshall of Glesedale to 

Ellis Marshall his relict. 

1685. Sept. 3. Probate of the will of Ellitia [Ellis] Marshall of 

Gleasdaile to Richard Marshall sole executor. 
1688. Feb. 19. Probate of the will of Henry Marshall of Egton 

to John Marshall sole executor. See Vol. i., p. 274. 
1694. J an> - 2 4- Probate of the will of Margaret Marshall of 

Burreby to Henry Ripley sole executor. 
1705. April 18. Adm'on of Francis Marshall of Carleton to 

John Marshall, James Marshall, Thomas Scarth, and 

Richard Fairweather. 
1708. May 21. Probate of the will of Margaret Marshall of 

Oakebridge Holme in the chapelry of Egton to Paul 

Marshall sole executor. See Vol. i., p. 274. 

From Pontefract Act Book at York. 

1 66 1. Dec. 16. Probate of will of Peter Marshall of Whitby 
to Peter Marshall his son. See Vol. i., p. 273. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 65 

From Retford Act Book at York. 

1547. May 5. Adm'on of Walter Marshall of Grove to Anne 

Marshall his relict. 
1560. May 2. Adm'on of William Marshall of West Cottam 

to Alice his relict. 
1560. May 2. Adm'on of William Marshall of Carleton in the 

parish of Snayth to Alice his relict. 
1615. Aug". 23. Adm'on "Malsami" Martiall of Norton Cuckney 

to Isabella Marshall, widow. 
16 1 9. Oct. 7. Adm'on of Thomas Martiall of Carlton in Lindrick 

to Mary Martiall his relict. 

From Newark Act Book at York. 

1608. Sept. 17. Adm'on of John Marshall of Newark on Trent 

to John Marshall his son. 
1612. May 7. Adm'on of William Marshall of Scarnethorp to 

Gabriel Tailor. 

The following are from a book in the Exchequer Court 
at York, entitled, " Curationes, 1592 — 1638." 

15 Jam., 1608. Care of Mary Marshall, daughter of Andrew 

Marshall late of the City of York, deceased, to Miles 

Fawcet of the City of York, tanner. 
14 May, 161 1. Care of Tobias Marshall, son of William Marshall 

late of the City of York, deceased, aged 14, to William 

Marshall his brother. 
ti April, 1614. Care of Elizabeth Marshall, daughter of Andrew 

Marshall late of the City of York, deceased, aged 12, to 

Thomas Spence of York, tanner. 
31 Oct., 1619. Care of Dorothy Marshall, daughter of John 

Marshall late of Bolton Percy, to Richard Marshall her 

uncle on the father's side. 
19 July, 1617. Care of John Marshall, son of Andrew Marshall 

late of the City of York, aged 15, to Thomas Spence, 

tanner. 
21 June, 1623. Tuition of Mary Marshall, daughter of Richard 

Marshall late of Appleton, to Katherine Dawson of 

Nunmounckton ; and again 29 Sept., 1623, to Thomas 

Dobson of Nunmonkton. 
29 Nov., 1634. Tuition of George Marshall and Thomas Marshall, 

sons of Thomas Marshall of Flamborough, co. York, 

gent., one of the adm'ors of Alice Creyke, 1 spinster, late 

of Branton in the province of York, to the said Thomas 

Marshall their father. 

1 The will of Alice Crake, dated 27 Oct., 1634, was proved in the Exchequer 
Court at York, 18 Nov. following. (Vol. 42, fo. 342). I made the following 
note of it : — 

Where as my portion is and remayneth in the hands of M r Gregory Crake 
my brother, amounting to ,£500. To M rs Anne Marshall [see her Mar. Lie, 



66 NOTES OF WILLS. 

i March, 1635. Care of Mary Marshall, daughter of Christopher 

Marshall of the City of York, aged 16, to Jonas Spacy 

of York, Innholder. 

Care of Anne Marshall, daughter of same, aged 16, to 

Jonas Spacy, 9 January, 1637. 
9 Feb., 1637. Tuition of Sara, daughter of John Marshall late of 

Worrall, to Thomas Sampson of Worrall ; and 6 March, 

1637, tuition of same to Thomas Taylor of Wadsley, 

yeoman. 

The following are in a Vacancy Act Book of the Exchequer 
Court at York, containing Acts from 1559 — 1561. 

" Mem. that no man be admitted to adm'on of the goods of 
William Marshall of the parish of Kyrkelethome deceased intestate 
until such time as Robert Marshall his brother be called for his 
interest, etc." Adm'on of William Marshall of West Cottam 
(West Coatham in parish of Kirkleatham) to Alice Marshall his 
relict, 2 May, 1560. 

Adm'on of William Marshall of Carlton in the parish of Snayth 
to Alice Marshall his relict, 2 May, 1560. 

These Adm'ons were granted during the Vacancy 
of the See. 

1687. March 3. Adm'on (de bonis non) of Richard Marshall of 
Linton on Ouse (not yet administered by Mary Marshall 
his relict, deceased) to Thomas Marshall his brother. 
Bond of same date, in which Thomas Marshall of Moore 
Mounton, agricola, and Hellen Marshall of the same, 
spinster, are bound in £100. See Vol. i., p. 30S. 

1687. March 13. Adm'on of John Marshall of Thorne Gumbald 
to Mary Featherstone, widow, of the parish of Paghill, 
alias Paul, his mother. 



John Bingham, of Marnham. Dated 18 January, 1657. " I 
give Robert Marshall' Sonne Selvester Marshall Tenn shillings." 
To Elizabeth Marshall 10 s . Proved in Exchequer Court at York. 
(Vol. 43, fo. 592). 

Joseph Marshall of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman. Dated 5 
Sept., 1757. Friend Mary Storrs, daughter of Caleb Storrs late 
of Stockport in the co. of Chester, deceased. Cousin Joseph 

Vol. i., p. 80] my mother ,£50. To M rs Christian Crake my sister £50, and all 
my lands in Sewerby. To M r Raiphe Crake £10, and my silver castinge bottle. 
To the other six children of Gregory Crake my brother, every one of them ,£30. 
To M r Gregory Crake my brother ,£50, and to my sister Ursula his wife ,£20. 
To my neice M rs Frances Tankerd £40. To George Marshall ,£10. To Thomas 
Marshall younger £-,. To every one of my uncle Robert Crake's children 40 s , 
my aunt Margaret his wife. To the Lady Wharton 40 s . To the Lady Went- 
worth 20 s . To M rs Catherine Wharton wife of M r Michael Wharton 20 s . To 
M rs Margaret Constable wife of John Constable 10 s . There are many other 
legatees. Sir George Wentworth and M r John Wright, executors. 



NOTES OF DEEDS. 6j 

Potter of Gainsborough, chandler. Cousin John Potter of the 
same. Cousin Mary Potter, spinster. Cousin Rebecca, the wife 
of William Jalland, sister of the said Joseph Potter. Cousin Jane 
Sargent widow of John Sargent late of Hull. Cousin Thomas 
Green of London, nephew to the said Jane Sargent. Money to 
quakers at Gainsborough and Warmsworth. Mary Storrs, execu- 
trix, and Joseph Hobson of Macclesfield, co. Chester, yeoman, 
executor. Proved in Exchequer Court at York. (Vol. 102, fo. 65). 

Benjamin Marshall of Holbich-drove, co. Lincoln, yeoman. 
Mentions James Marshall and William Marshall. "My wife" 
sole executor. Dated 15 March, 1722-3. Then mentions James 
Frankes and Robert Nobell. Witnesses, Thomas Noble and Ann 
Brown. [This note is from the original will in the Consistory 
Court at Lincoln. There is no record of date of probate.] 

Thomas Marshall of Thorpe in the county of Lincolne, Labourer. 
Dated 12 May, 1697. To son John Marshall £10 at his age of 21. 
To daughter Anne Marshall £10 at her age of 18. If wife " be 
bigg with child" £10 to said child. Mentions his brother and 
sister, but not by name. Nephew William Simson son of William 
Simson of Thorpe, 10 s . W'ife Rose sole executrix. She proved in 
Consistory Court at Lincoln, 30 July, 1697. (Vol. for 1697-8, fo. 64.) 



NOTES OF DEEDS. 



Grant of tenement, etc., in Pleasley by Robert Marshall to 
William Bardall, clerk, and Thomas Hewes. Dated on feast of 
S' Lucy, Virgin, 1 Edward IV. [1462.] 

Deed Poll. Be it known unto all men, etc. Bridget Rowe of 
S< Mary Savoy in co. Middlesex, spinster, appoints welbeloved 
friend John Marshall of Steple Morden in co. Cambridge, yeoman, 
her attorney to enter into tenements which came to Mary Rowe 
my mother, and Anne Nelson her sister, in Ridware, Yoxhall, 
Morrey, Longdon, and Bancrofte, co. Stafford, by the death of 
Nicholas Aldridge their brother, and to all tenements which came 
to said mother by the death of her sister Anne Nelson in the said 
towns, and to deliver my deed of sale of the said premisses bearing 
date with these presents to William Marshall of S l Mary Savoy 
aforesaid, Grocer, and Rebecca his wife. Dated 16 May, 1637. 

Covenant to pass a fine. Indenture made 10 January, 1637, 
between William Marshall, Citizen and Grocer of London, and 
Rebecca his wife one of the daughters and coheirs of Mary Rowe, 
widow, deceased, and Bridgit Rowe, spinster, another of the 
daughters and coheirs of the said Mary Rowe of the one part, and 
Lawrence Davis of London, gent., and James Martyn, Citizen and 
Draper of London, of the other part. William Marshall and 
Rebecca his wife covenant with Lawrence Davis and James 

1 In possession of George W. Marshall. 



68 NOTES OF DEEDS. 

Martyn to levy a fine to them of two messuages in Bancrofte, co. 
Stafford, in the tenure of Edward Hall, with their appurtenances 
in Bancrofte, Sandborrowe, and Hampstall Ridware, and messuage 
in Bancrofte in the tenure of Ciceley Knowles, widow, and 
messuage in same occupation of John Gretton, being four 
messuages, four gardens, seventy acres of land, 10 acres of 
meadow, one hundred and twenty acres of pasture, and fifty acres of 
moor. 

Signed. Lawrence Davis. (Seal gone.) James Martin. (Seal. 
Three birds within a bordure.) 

Marriage Settlement. Endorsed " 19 June, 1642. Marriage 
Articles. William Marshall and Jane Scrogge. For securing Her 
a jointure of £60 per annum out of Bancroft, Longdon, etc."' 
Indenture made 19 June, 17 Charles, between William Marshall 1 
Cittizen and Merchant Taylor of London of the one part, and 
Humfry Fishe of Norhill in the co. of Bedford, Esq., William 
Dowman of Uffington in the Co. of Lincoln, Esq., and Humfry 
Terricke one of the Procters of the Arches, London, and Jane 
Scrogges one of the daughters of William Scrogges, Esq., deceased, 
of the other part. Whereas it is agreed that a marriage shall be 
solemnized between William Marshall and Jane Scrogges — in con- 
sideration of £600 paid to him for the marriage portion of the said 
Jane he agrees to levy a fine to the said Humfry Fishe and said 
Humfry Terricke of two messuages in Bancroft, co. Stafford, in 
the tenure of Edward Hall, and other lands there, and of messuage 
in Longdon co. Stafford now or late in the tenure of Isaac Walton, 
and other lands at Longdon, Bancroft, Sandborrow, Hampstall 
Ridware, Yoxall, Morrey, and Longdon, to the use of him the said 
William Marshall and Jane his intended wife for their lives, and 
to the survivor of them, with remainder to the right heirs of said 
William Marshall, and said William Marshall grants the said 
premises, excepting an annuity of £25 to Bridget Cole wife of 
William Cole, citizen and embroiderer of London, to the said 
Humfry Fishe and William Dowman, — provided always if the said 
William Marshall shall convey lands of the yearly value of £60 to 
the said trustees the estate limited in this indenture shall cease, 
and then the said lands shall come to the heirs of the said William 
Marshall by Rebecca his late wife.'- Further grant of messuage 
in S l Mary le Strand in trust for William Marshall's children (if 
any) by said Jane Scrogges. 3 

Indenture dated 5 June, 1732, between John Marshall of 
Pickering, co. York, Webster, of one part, and Francis Nickelson 
of Pickering and Ann his wife of the other part. John Marshall 
sells to Francis Nickelson for £14 10 o a close in the North 
Field of Pickering. Covenant to bar dower of Ann now wife of 
John Marshall. 

1 See Vol. i., App. p. 3. His original Will is in my possession, sealed with, 
Arms. Three bars and canton. Crest. A demi man holding a baton. 

- Mentioned above as daughter and coheir of Mai} - Rowe. 

■> Sec her Will, Vol. i., p. 101. 



NOTES OF DEEDS. 69 

Indenture dated 1 May, 1678, between William Marshall of 
Cayton, co. York, yeoman, of the one part, and William Marshall 
of Cayton, yeoman, son of the said William Marshall, of the other 
part. William Marshall the father in consideration of 5 s and of 
the natural love and affection which he beareth unto his said son, 
sells him messuage and garth at Cayton now in tenure of said 
William Marshall the son. Mem™ of Livery and seizin witnessed 
by Ingram Orwain, Frances Moore, and Richard Stevenson. 

Lease for a year. Indenture dated 7 March, 1687, between 
Samuel Marshall of the Town of Cambridge, haberdasher, of the 
one part, and John Stanford of the Town of Huntingdon, gardiner, 
of the other part. Lease for a year at rent of a pepper-corn of 
two cottages, etc., in the parish of S 1 John's, Huntingdon, in the 
tenure of John Corbit, Thomas Norris, and Elizabeth Moore, 
widow. Signed by Samuel Marshall. Seal. Arms. A fess betw. 
3 dolphins naiant. Crest. A dolphin as in the arms. 

Indenture dated 8 October, 1634, between Richard Gregge of 
Killingbecke, in the Co. of York, yeoman, George Marshall of 
Buslingthorpe in the said co., yeoman, and Anne his wife of the one 
part, and Edward Brooke of Killingbecke aforesaid, yeoman, and 
Katherine his wife of the other part. Richard Gregge, George 
Marshall and Anne his wife sell part of a house in Killingbecke, 
two acres in occupation of Richard Gregge, three acres in Scar- 
croft, close late in tenure of Laurence Askwith, and John Gregge, 
father of the said Richard Gregge, etc., to Edward Brooke and 
Katherine his wife for £30. 

Deed endorsed " M 1 ' Marshall, his wife, D r Hickes & wife, their 
Condiconall Assignm 1 of y e lease of Bennett's house to Rayner for 
paym' of 103 1 ' the u tb of November, 1695. 26 August, 1704. 
Assignm 1 by Lingard, Rayner's Ex 1 , to Jenkins." 

Indenture dated 10 May, 1695, between John Marshall of S< Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, in the co. of Middlesex, gent., and Tabitha 
his wife, and George Hicks, d.d., and Frances his wife, who was 
the relict and executrix of John Marshall, late citizen and cooke of 
London of the one part, and Robert Rayner of Southwark, co. 
Surrey, gent., of the other part. Whereas the Draper's Company 
by their indenture of lease, dated 26 November, 1669, leased a 
messuage in Philpot Lane in the parish of S< Andrew Hubbard, 
London, then in tenure of Simon Hewson, Mealeman, for sixty- 
jne years to said John Marshall, deceased, whose estate therein is 
come to John Marshall party hereto by his will and by deed poll 
dated 29 September, 1684, made by the said George Hicks to the 
said John Marshall party hereto. John Marshall and Tabitha his 
wife convey said messuage to Robert Rayner in consideration of 
£100. _ 

Assignment endorsed on the deed of residue of term of 61 years, 
dated 26 August, 1704, by John Lingard, Citizen and Vintner, of 
London, executor of the will of Robert Rayner, in consideration of 
£100 to George Jenkins of the parish of S' Bride's, London, 
gent. 



70 NOTES OF DEEDS. 

The following pedigree shows the connection of the persons 
mentioned in this deed. See Vol. i., p. 145. 

Marshall=p 



Richard Marshall.^p John Marshall,=pFrances, dau. of=George Hickes,D.D., 



Mentioned in his 
brother's will, 
1677. Cf. Vol. 
Part i., p. 47. 

I 

William Marshall, eldest John Marshall of St. Mar-=pTabitha, dau. of Thomas 



Citizen and 
Cook of Lon- 
don. Will pro. 
in P.C.C., 1677. 



Charles Mallory. Dean of Worcester. 
Will proved in Will pro. in P.C.C. 
P.C.C., 1715. 1715. 



son. Devisee of land at garet's, Westminster. 
King's Bromley in will of Under age 1677. Will pro. 
John Marshall, 1677. in P.C.C, 1713. 



Nowell of Dover. Will 
pro. in P.C.C, 1732. See 
Westminster Abbey 
Registers, p. 338. 



John Marshall of Milbank, Westminster. Will pro.^ 
in Commissary Court of London, 1712. 

1 : : ' 

Frances. Mentioned in her father's will, 1709. 

Deed endorsed "The Deed leading the uses of a Recovery 
against M r Lavigne wherein M™ Tunstall is vouched." Indenture 
dated 1 Nov., 1697, between Peter Lavigne of the parish of S' 
Paul, Covent Garden, in co. Middlesex, Grocer, of the first part, 
Elizabeth Tunstall of Brentford, in co. Middlesex, widow, of the 
second part, and Ralph Marshall late of the parish of S' Paul, 
Covent Garden, and now of the parish of S' Clement Danes, Esq., 
and Charles Marshall of London, Grocer, of the third part. 
Relates to Messuage in tenure of John Blow called Coleherne or 
Great Coleherne in the parish of Kensington, co. Middlesex, etc. 
Recites Indenture of Release, dated 2 February last past, [1696-7] 
between Peter Lavigne of first part, Elizabeth his now wife by the 
name of Elizabeth Alchorne, widow, of second part, and Ralph 
Marshall and Charles Marshall of third part. 

Elizabeth Tunstall sealed with arms — A chevron between three 
tuns. 

Indenture dated 4 July, 1741. Thomas Marshall of Seacroft, 
co. York, Butcher, and Frances his wife, in consideration of £100, 
grant House and Lands in Conisthorpe in the parish of Golds- 
borough to the Hon blc Richard Arundell of Allerton Mauliverer, 
Esq. 

Indenture dated 19 March, 26 Elizabeth, [1583-4] between 
Raphe Marshall of Carleton within the parish of South Muskham 
in the co. of Nottingham, Esq., of the one part, and Anthony 
Haslame, of Newark upon Trent, in the co. aforesaid, mercer, of 
the other part. Lease of close of no acres in the parish of South 
Muskham called Cranckley in consideration of £85 to said Anthony 
Haslame for two years, except the first crop of five acres parcel of 
the said premisses now in the occupation of M r John Leake, at the 
rent of one pound of pepper. 

Deed endorsed " A deede of Anuitie made by John Marshall to 
the use of Thomas Elles and his heyres of xx m'ks a yere," etc. 
To all the faithful in Christ Thomas Ellys of Pawnton Magna in 
co. Lincoln, Esq., and Merchant of the Staple of Calais, and Henry 



NOTES OF DEEDS. /I 

Stathum, clerk, send greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Recites 
that John Marshall of South Carleton in the parish of South 
Muskham juxta Newark, gent., and Merchant of the Staple of 
Calais did by his indenture dated 7 July, 34 Henry vm. [1542] 
grant to Thomas Ellys and Henry Stathum half the manor of 
South Muskham which the said John Marshall lately purchased of 
William Pawlett, Knight, Lord S 1 John, and lands in South 
Muskham and Carleton which he lately purchased of said William 
Pawlett, Knight, and also his lands in Beesthorpe, co. Nottingham, 
on condition that they should demise the said lands to the said 
John Marshall and Anne his wife to the use of them and their heirs 
paying therefor annually 20 marks. Dated g January, 35 Henry 
vm. [1544. J Livery of seizin endorsed dated 22 July; and also 
this memorandum, " Thys Tom Ellis wasse blynd at the tyme, 
he subscrybyd & longe affore alsoe." Enrolled on Close Roll, and 
recognisance dated 9 May, 36 Henry vm. 

Indenture dated 9 June, 20 Elizabeth [157SJ, between Henry 
Marshall of South Carlton in the co. of Nottingham, Esq', of the 
one part, and Ralph Marshall of South Muskham, Gent., brother 
of the said Henry, of the other part. Witnesseth that said Henry 
Marshall hath to farm let to said Ralph Marshall a messuage and 
five oxgangs of land, etc., called Wandholte in Cranlkey, etc., for 
term of 21 years at two peppercorns. Signed by Ralph Marshall. 

Indenture dated 6 August, 24 Elizabeth [1582], between Ralphe 
Marshall of Sowthcarleton in the co. of Nottingham, gent., of the 
one part, and Bryan Clarke of Stoke in the same County, yeoman, 
of the other part. Witnesseth that said Raphe Marshall hath to 
farm letten unto the said Bryan Clarke one farm now in the tenure 
of Nicholas Irelonde situate in Sowthcarleton aforesaid and three 
oxgangs, etc., in the town fields of South Muskham and South 
Carleton now in the tenure of William Yonge of Muskham, also 
lands in Crancley in occupation of Gregory Roxton for term of 
twenty-one years at rent of 46 s a year. Covenant by Bryan Clarke 
to fetch " two loades of Coales and one loade of woode " yearly, 
and also to " plowe three seu'all daies," and " lead Corne or hey 
one daie yerely " during said term, also to be " contributory, etc., 
as concerninge the warres." Signed, Bryan Clarke. 

Indenture made 14 July, 38 Elizabeth [1596], between Roger 
Gregory the younger, son of Roger Gregory the elder of East 
Stockwith, co. Lincoln, gent., of the one part, and Raphe Marshall 
of South Carleton in the co. of Nottingham, Esq., of the other 
part. Whereas the said Ralph by his indenture of lease dated 20 
May, 32 Elizabeth [1590], for the sum of £600 did demise to 
Humfrey Litleton ' of Colmers in co. Worcester, gent., one capital 
messuage called the old Hall in South Carleton, with certain lands, 
from the 24 th of March then last past for the term of twenty-seven 
years, at the yearly rent during the first ten years of I2 d , and 
£\ 1 o during the residue of the said twenty-seven years, in which 
said indenture there is a covenant on behalf of the said Ralph that 

1 He was buried at Naunton, near Pershore, 1624. See Genealogist, Vol. iii., 
p. gg. 



J2 NOTES OF DEEDS. 

Henry Marshall of South Carlton, Esq., father of the said Ralph, 
should upon request after three months next after his return from 
beyond the seas into England, execute unto the said Humfrey 
Litleton any act for confirming the said indenture of lease, and 
whereas the said Humfrey Litleton by his indenture of assignment 
dated 30 October, 33 Elizabeth [1591], did assign the said term of 
years to the said Roger Gregory the elder, and whereas the said 
Henry Marshall in performance of the above mentioned covenant 
of him the said Ralph in the said indenture contained, did by his 
indenture dated 15 March, 35 Elizabeth [1593 ', confirm to the said 
Roger Gregory the elder as well the same first mentioned indenture 
made by Ralph Marshall to Humfrey Litleton and the said inden- 
ture of assignment dated 30 October, made by said Humfrey 
Litleton unto the said Roger Gregory the elder. To have and to 
hold all the said demised premises expressed in the said indentures 
of 20 May and 30 October, unto the said Roger Gregory the elder, 
from the day of the date of the said last indenture made by Henry 
Marshall unto Roger Gregory the elder, dated 15 March, 35 
Elizabeth, for term of years then unexpired contained in said former 
indenture dated 20 May, and whereas the said Raphe Marshall by 
another indenture of Covenants of marriage, dated 23 December, 

34 Elizabeth [1592], made between him the said Ralph Marshall 
of the one part, and said Roger Gregory the elder of the other 
part, in consideration of £900 to him by the said Roger paid did 
covenant that he the said Ralfe Marshall and Frances his wife 
should levy a fine unto William Gregory, Gent., Roger Gregory 
the younger, William Whalley, gent., and Charles Yarburgh, gent., 
of all that the Manor of South Muskham and Carlton to such 
uses as said first recited indenture dated 23 December declared. 
He the said Henry Marshall did by his indenture dated 15 March, 

35 Elizabeth [1593], in consideration of £133 6 8 paid by Roger 
Gregory the elder, allow to him the said indenture and fine, and 
whereas the said Roger the elder by his deed of assignment of 
concurrent date hath released to his son Roger Gregory the younger 
the messuage mentioned in the indenture of 15 March, 35 Eliza- 
beth, and whereas the said Ralph by his indenture of bargain and 
sale dated 14 July instant, hath sold to the said Roger Gregory the 
elder and his heirs all that capital messuage called Burntewicks 
farm in South Muskham, late in the tenure of Charles Yarburghe, 
now in the tenure of John Wilkinson, and farm in the occupation 
of Henry Webster, a close in tenure of John Bristow, a close 
called Hareholme late in the tenure of Robert Marshall, and also 
a messuage, etc., late in the tenure of Ralph Marshall, gent., 
uncle to the said Ralph Marshall party to these presents, now in 
the tenure of the said Robert Marshall, and other lands in Musk- 
ham and Carlton. The said Roger Gregory the younger covenants 
with the said Ralph Marshall party to these presents, that he the 
said Roger the younger and the said Roger the elder will not 
during so long as the said Roger the elder shall peaceably enjoy 
the said lands, take any use of the messuage, &c, called the old 
Hall specified in the indenture dated 15 March, 35 Elizabeth. 
Signed, Raffe Marshall. 



NOTES OF DEEDS. 73 

Indenture dated 13 July, 40 Elizabeth [1598], between John 
Rotherham of Seymers, in the parish of Great Marlow, co. Bucks., 
Esq., one of the six clerks of the High Court of Chancery, of the 
one part, and Henry Marshall of South Carlton, in the parish of 
South Muskham, Esq., and Ralph Marshall the younger, of South 
Carlton, aforesaid, son and heir apparent of the said Henry, of the 
other part. Witnesseth that John Rotherham doth grant to said 
Henry Marshall and Ralph Marshall two annuities, one to the said 
Henry Marshall of £144, and one to said Ralph Marshall of £156, 
out of manors of South Muskham and South Carlton, until the 
year 1604, the annuity to Henry Marshall to be paid in the Chapel 
of the Rolls, London, and the annuity to Ralph Marshall to be paid 
at the south porch of the parish church in Newark upon Trent. 
Covenant that after John Rotherham shall have paid £400 to Roger 
Gregory the elder, a portion of the above annuities shall cease. 
Covenant by John Rotherham that Raphe Marshall the younger 
shall be at liberty to remove goods, &c, till Pentecost, 1604, if the 
said (sic.) £5,600 be not in the meantime fully paid. " And like- 
wise that the said Raphe Marshall the younger shall upon 
reasonable warninge and demaunde have fortye Couple of silver 
heared Conyes forth of the warren w'hin the above mencyoned 
p'misses, whereof Thirtie Couple to be Does, yf they be there to 
be had." Also 100 young apple trees and 20 Walnut trees. And 
lastly the said Henry Marshall, and Raphe Marshall the younger 
shall not " by the libertye aforesaid of removeinge theire moveable 
goods deface, dymynishe, or ympayre any p'te of the premisses 
herein mencyoned to be bargayned & solde by unglaseinge 
unwaynescottinge or impaleing of any p'te or p'ts of the premisses, 
etc., exceptinge only the armes in the wenscott and armes in the 
glasse wyndowes." Signed, Henry Marshall. Rapfe Marshall. 

Deed endorsed " Marshall's Release of p'te of two annuities & 
of p'te of the £5,600. £800 of the debt discharged & £40 of the 
yerely anuitie." To ah ' .istian people, etc., Henry Marshall, late 
of South Carleton, Esq., and Raphe Marshall the younger, Esq., 
son and heir apparent of the said Henry Marshall send greeting 
in our Lord God everlasting. Whereas John Rotherham of 
Seamers, in the parish of Great Marlow, co. Bucks., Esq., by in- 
denture dated 13 July, 40 Elizabeth [1598] , is to pay at Whit 
Sunday, 1604, to said Henry Marshall £5,600, and whereas he has 
paid £800 part of the said sum, and whereas by the said indenture 
he granted to the said Henry and Ralph annuities of £144 and 
£156, said Henry and Ralph release £40 out of the said annuities. 
Dated 9 November, 1598. 



Close Roll. 5 Anne, Part 8, No. 21. Indenture dated 10 May, 
1706, between William Marshall of Theddlethorpe, co. Lincoln, 
Gent., John Marshall, and William Marshall, his two sons, ajid 
Catherine Marshall his daughter, and William Doweswell of 
Humberston, co. Lincoln, Gent., and Susanna his wife of the one 



74 MISCELLANEA. 

part, and Mathew Humberstone of the City of London, Esq., of 
the other part. The Marshalls sell to him a messuage in Humber- 
stone. See Vol. i., p. 13. 

Close Roll. 17 Car. 11., Part 7, No. 8. Indenture dated 16 
Feb., 17 Car. 11. [1665-6], between Edmond Marshall of Newcastle 
upon Tyne, co. Northumberland, Draper, of the one part, and 
Francis Rogers of Netherthorpe in the parish of Thorpe Salvin, 
co. York, Esq., of the other part. Edmond Marshall for £110 
sells to said Francis Rogers two ninth parts of the manor of Leeds. 
Covenant by Edmond Marshall and Frances his now wife for 
further assurance. Edward Marshall acknowledged this Indenture 
21 Feb., in said year. 

Close Roll, 1653, Part 21, No. 42. Indenture dated 13 April, 
1653, between the Right Honble Sir Thomas Pope, Bart., and 
Earl of Downe in Ireland, Edward Twyford of Burford, co. Oxon, 
Gent., and Lancelott Grandger of Witney in the said co., Gent., 
of the one part, and Ralph Marshall, the younger, of Chawford, in 
the said co., yeoman, of the other part. Grant of lands in parish 
of Enston, now or late in the occupation of widow Marshall which 
were before granted to Nicholas Marshall, deceased, and to 
Nicholas Marshall his son by copy of court roll of the manor of 
Enston. 



MISCELLANEA. 

Notes of Fines. 

Notts. 5 Henry vi. [1426-7] . Between Wiiliam Marshall of 
Southmuskham, William Besewyk, Vicar of Southmuskham, and 
John Marshall of Southmuskham, junior, plaintiffs, and Thomas 
de Leek of Holme, next Newerk, and Margaret his wife, defendants. 
Thomas and Margaret receive 100 marks for land in Southmusk- 
ham, etc. 

Notts. Michaelmas, 21 Car. 11. [1669] . Between Silvester 
Lawrence, gent., plaintiff, and Thomas Marshall, gent., and Anne 
his wife, and Henry Cam and Alice his wife, defendants, of two 
messuages, etc., in Newark. Consideration, £100. 

Notts. Hillary, 27 and 28 Car. 11. [1676]. Between Edward 
Marshall, gent., and Thomas Cliffe, gent., plaintiffs, and William 
Sawer and Elizabeth his wife, and Samuel Cookson and Millicent 
his wife, defendants, of two messuages, ten acres of land, ten 
acres of meadow, ten acres of pasture, and common of pasture in 
Girton and East Stoake. Consideration, £60. 

Notts. Trinity, 34 Car. 11. [1682] . Between Lawrence 
Oliphant, gent., and Robert Heron, gent., plaintiffs, and Thomas 
Marshall, Esq., and Anne his wife, Walter Fawnt, gent., and 
Anne his wife, defendants, of messuages and lands in Stirroppe, 
Oulcoats, North Collingham, South Collingham, and Sutton on 
Trent. Consideration, £500. 



MISCELLANEA. 75 

Notts. Hilary, 5 William & Mary [1693] . Between Thomas 
Marshall, gent., plaintiff, and Rebecca Wellard, widow, and 
Samuel Kelley, gent., and Dorcas his wife, defendants, of messuage 
in Newark upon Trent. Consideration, £100. 

Notts. Trinity, 6 William and Mary [1694] . Between Francis 
Burton and John Myuuett plaintiffs, and Paul Jackson and Mary 
his wife, and Nicholas Marshall and Frances his wife, defendants, 
of a cottage, etc., in West Markham and East Drayton. Considera- 
tion, £60. 

Lincolnshire. Michaelmas, 1653. Between Thomas Marshall 
the younger, William Palmer, gent,, and John Thorpe, gent., 
plaintiffs, and Thomas Marshall the elder, John Baynes the elder, 
John Baynes the younger, William Baynes, Thomas Day, gent., 
and Mary his wife, John Atkinson and Katherine his wife, Thomas 
Easterby and Justine his wife, William Williamott and Elizabeth 
his wife, and William Ostler and Susan his wife, defendants, of 
two cottages, fifty-three acres of meadow, fourty-four acres of 
pasture, etc., in Gresby, Huttoft, Sutton, Mablethorpe, and North 
Somercoats. Defendants acknowledge the said lands to be the 
right of Thomas Marshall the younger, as also those which they 
have of the gift of Thomas Marshall the elder. Consideration, 
£100. 

Inquisitions Post Mortem. 

Inq. post mortem. Chancery Inquisitions, 3 and 4 Philip and 
Mary, Part 1, No. 32 : — Inq. taken at Stratford Langthorne, in co. 
Essex, 15 Oct., 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, on the death of Ralph 
Marshall. He died 21 March, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Nicholas 
Marshall is his son and heir, and was aged five years and more at 
his father's death. See Vol. i., p. 88. 

Inq. Post Mortem. Chancery Inquisitions, 5 Car. 1. Virtute 
officii, No. 17. Inquisition taken at Kirbymoreside, co. York, 28 
Sept., 5 Car. 1. [1629], on the death of Henry Marshall of 
Eskdaileside in co. York. He died 20 August, before the taking of 
this inquisition, and was seized in fee of a messuage, etc., and 
close called the broad Inge, and piece of land called Longe tonge, 
etc., etc., in Eskdaile-side, and Margaret now wife of Bartholemew 
Ableson, aged 27, and Anne now wife of Richard White, aged 25, 
are his daughters and next heirs. See Vol. i., p. 266. 

Marriage Allegations. 

Surrey. Faculty Office: — 1688, April 19. Will™ Symons of 
Weibridge, bach r , aged about 27, and Jane Marshall of Mickleham, 
spinster, aged about 22, to marry at Mickleham. 

At Gloucester: — 1703, May 9. Atwood Finch of Oxenton, aged 
22, bachelor, and Mary Marshall of Elmston Hardwick, aged 
22, spinster. 

At Ipswich : — 1640, Sept. 25. Robert Marshall to marry Mary 
Spatchett, widow, of St. Margaret's Ilketshall. 1681, June 24. 



j6 MISCELLANEA. 

William Marshall to marry Hannah Onewright, both single, and 
of Ipswich. 1685, April 23. Edward Marshall of Debenham, 
single, to marry Sarah Punchard of Bedingfield, widow. 



Monumental Inscriptions. 

In churchyard belonging to St. Dunstan's in the West, in Breams 
Buildings : — 

Here sleeps ovr babes in cilence heav'ns thaire rest 
For God takes soonest those he loueth best. 
Samewell Marshall the 2 d sonne of 
Edward Marshall & of Anne his wife 
dyed May 27, 1631, aged two yeares. 
Anne Marshall their first dav. dyed 21"' 
of Jvne, 1635, aged one yeare 9 moneths. 
Nicholas Marshall their third soli dyed 
Decern. 5" 1 , 1635, a g e d 5 yeares 6 moneths. 

See Vol. i., app. p. 24. 
At Lancing, co. Sussex : — 

In Memory of Jane wife of John Marshall, who died Nov br 12 th , 
1878, aged 34 years. (Headstone, south-west of church). 

At Howden, co. York : — 

William Marshall, Baliffe of Howden Shire interred the 24 th day 
of April, 1694. Gerard Marshall his Grandchild interred the 31"' 
day of August, 1694. (Flat stone in nave). 

At Swanscombe, co. Kent : — 

The following inscriptions correct account at Vol. i., p. 14. See 
also Vol. ii., p. 82. On a ledger in the north aisle : — 

Rev d Charles Robert Marshall died 12 th April, 1823. Aged 58 
Years. 

On white marble tablet on north wall of north aisle near to the 
above ledger : — 

In a vault beneath are deposited the remains of The Rev d Ch s 
Rob 1 Marshall, B.D. Rector of Cold Hanworth, Lincolnshire, 
Vicar of Exning, Suffolk, and youngest son of W. Marshall, Esq r , 
of Thedlethorpe, Lincolnshire. He died 12"' of April, 1823, aged 
59 years. This tablet was erected by his widow Sarah only 
daughter of J. Parfett, Esq 1 ', of Putham, Hampshire. 

On a headstone in Worlingworth churchyard, co. Suffolk : — 

This spot of earth is Sacred to the remains of John and Phebe 
Marshall of this parish, who lived together half a century an 
honest and inoffensive life and in death were not divided. John 
Marshall departed this life April 6" 1 1850, Aged four score. Phebe 
his wife followed him July 6 th 1850, Aged three score and ten. 

In Parish Church, Huddersfield : — 

In Memory of The Rev. John Marshall, B.A., Curate of Sidbury, 
Salop, who died at Manchester, Feb. 20, 1835, aged 39, on a 
journey to visit his now surviving parents, Thomas and Betty 
Marshall, of Thorpe, Almondbury. Also of Betty, wife of Thomas 



MISCELLANEA. JJ 

Marshall, Esq., of Thorpe, near Almondbury, and mother of the 
above Rev. John Marshall. She died on the u Feb., 1842, aged 
77 years. Also of Thomas Marshall, Esq., of Thorpe, near 
Almondbury, who died on the 19 th Day of December, 1847, aged 85 
years. Also of Jonas Hobson Marshall, last surviving son of the 
above Thomas and Betty Marshall, who died on the 20 th day of 
January, 1849, aged 50 years. Also of Martha, daughter of the 
above Thomas and Betty Marshall, who died August 4 th , 1859, 
aged 74 years. 

Public Record Office. Bill Book, Vol. x., Trin. 25 Car. 11., 
No. 57:— 
Edward Greathead, clerk, v. William Marshall as to Rectorial 
tythe of West Bridgford, co. Notts. 

Patent Roll, 6 Edward iv. : — 

Roll i., memb. 10. Richard Marshall of Scawton, co. York, 
yeoman, — pardon for outlawry. 

Roll ii., memb. 14. Johanne Marshall of Kytelyngton, in co. 
Nottingham, gentlewoman, — general pardon, dated 5 Nov. Per 
Rex ipse. 

Exchequer Lay Subsidy \ 4 J : — 
Joh'es Marchall, Taillour, per annum, lvij . viij. 
Rob'us Marchall', per annum, . . Ciij . iiij. 

Exchequer Lay Subsidy, 3-4 Car 1. Notts., Jfg : — 
East Draiton. Anna Marshall, vid' in ter' xx s — iiij s . 
Rampton. Will'us Marshall in ter' xx s — iiij s . 

Exchequer Lay Subsidy, 18 Jac. 1., \%% : — 

East Drayton. Ric'us Marshall in bon iij 1 — iij s . 



From a MS. Vol. of Miscellaneous Collections by Gregory King, 
Rouge Dragon, in the possession of Walter Rye, Esq. : — 
In pedigree of Turner, fo. 108 1. Sarah, eldest daughter of 
Jacob Turner, married Thomas Marshall of Halden, co. Kent, 
gent. 

College of Arms, Visitation of Nottinghamshire, 
1662, MS., C 34, fo. 16: 

John Dand (son of John Dand, born 1554) died in his father's 
lifetime having married .... daughter of ... . Marshall of 
Tidwall, [co. Derby]. 

Add note to Vol. i., p. 67 : — 

Edward Marshall was Vicar of Maltby, 1730- 1779, and was 
instituted on the death of Samuel Pickering, clerk, 24 Feb., 1729. 
Patron King George 11. See book Blackburn in Consistory Court 
at York, fo. 93. Probate of the will of his wife Rebecca (Stead), 
to whom he was married at Nottingham, 8 Oct., 1741, was granted 
to him 18 Nov., 1778, in Exchequer Court at York, he being sole 
executor and residuary legatee. 



78 MARSHALL OF LOUTH. 

MARSHALL OF LOUTH, CO. LINCOLN, ETC. 

John Marshall had issue, John Marshall, of Greystonegill, co. 
York, who died at Menwith Hill, in Hempsthwaite, near Harrow- 
gate, 16. . . He had issue : — 

i. John Marshall, Curate of Slaidburn. 

2. Henry Marshall, Rector of Orby and Salmonby, co. Line, 
obiit 1741 ; married at West Theddlethorpe, co. Lincoln, 1694, 
Mary, daughter of — Bottomley, of Louth, and had Joshua, born 
21st June, 1695, curate of Orby, 1725, died 1729, unmarried, and 
buried at Orby ; and Mary, married at East Theddlethorpe, 1726, 
as his second wife, the Hon. Charles Bertie, son of Robert, 4th 
Earl of Lindsey, who died, s.p. and was buried at West Theddle- 
thorpe, 1727. (See M.L Gent. Mag., Vol. 78, pt. i., p. 20). She 
was buried there in 1746. His first wife was Dame Margery New- 
comen, relict of Nicolas Newcomen, died 1725. 

3. Thomas Marshall. 

4. Leonard Marshall. 
1. Mary. 

John Marshall, Curate of Slaidburn from 1687-1701, when he 
was made Vicar of Mumby, where he died 30th October, 1702, 
having married in 1687, Hellen, daughter of — Yeadon, of Sled- 
burn, and left issue : — 

1. John Marshall son and heir, surgeon in the army temp. 
Queen Anne, was at the storming of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, 
under the command of Genl. Nicholson. He afterwards settled 
and practised at Louth, of which town he was warden four times. 
He died 17th April, 1759, and was buried at Louth, set. 68 (see 
M.L, Vol. i., p. 312), having married 17 15, Jane, second daughter 
of Christopher Hilyard, of Kelstern, by whom he had issue ; and 
secondly, Sarah, second daughter of John Sopford, R.N., of 
Utterby, she died 29th November, 1760, s.p. 

2. Henry Marshall, born 1699, Curate of Salmonby, and after- 
wards Rector and patron of that benefice. He died 1778. Married 
Katherine, daughter of — , died 1797, buried at Salmonby, and had 
one son, Henry, Rector of Salmonby 1779, died 1812, buried in the 
chancel of Salmonby. 

1. Elizabeth, born 1692. 

2. Mary, born 1702. 

3. Hannah, wife to Thomas Elmhirst, of Lusby and Stixwold, 
ob. 1764. 

4. Isabella, wife to — Salmon, of Stepney, surgeon, living 
1778. 

John Marshal above named had issue by Jane (Hilyard) his wife : — 

1. Jane, born 1716, wife to Charles Newark, Alderman of 

Grimsby. 

2. John Marshall, born 17 17, ob. infans. 

3. Ann, born 17 18, ob. infans. 

4. Christopher Marshall, born 1720-1, a surgeon in the Royal 
Navy, married and had issue. 

5. Dorothy, born December 15th, 1721. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 79 

6. Hilyard Marshall, Alderman, a surgeon of Grimsby, born at 
Louth, 29th February, 1724, where he died, and was buried 13th 
March, 1797. He married Mary Bowis. She died 1812, aged 73, 
and was buried at Grimsby. They had, 1, Jane, born 1757, ob. 
s.p. 2, Mary-Anne, daughter and co-heir, born at Grimsby, 4th 
July, 1769, died nth April, 1818, and buried at Grimsby. Married 
10th June, 1800, to the Rev. J. C. Leppington, and had issue. 3, 
Mary, wife of T. Tomlinson, of Humberston. 

7. George Marshall, born 1st December, 1726, died s.p. 

8. Henry Marshall, born 5th March, 1727. Surgeon in the 
Royal Navy on board the Capstan ; was at the capture of Minorca 
by the French. Died at Gibraltar 2nd August, 1756. 



EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

(Continued from page 50.^ 

South Muskham, co. Nott m - 
Baptism. 
1590. Sept. 6. John son of Robert Marshall. 

Marriages. 

1701. March 5. John Marshall and Esther Brown. 

1702. Aug. 26. Thomas Taylor and Mary Marshall. 

1710-n. Feb. 7. George Marshall and Mary Blow both of 
Sutton-on-Trent. 

Burials. 

1603-4. J an - 3 1, Bridget wife of Robert Marshall. 

1603-4. March 5. Charles son of Robert Marshall. 

1604. April 6. Robert Marshall. 

1610. Dec. 7. Raffe Marshall. 

1612. April 19. Frances, wife of Raffe Marshall, Esq. 

1787. Aug. 4. Rev 1 ' John Marshall, found drownded, aged 41. 

1792. Feb. 26. Mary Marshall, died the 24 th , aged 56. 

Shelton, co. Nott m - 

Francis Marshall, Gent., and Dorothie Hartopp married May 31 st ! 

1604. 
John fforster, Gent., and Anne Marshall married on Shrove 

Sunday, 1607. 
William Mearing, Gent., and M ls Isabell Marshall married on 

Shrove Sunday, 1607. 
Ralph Marshall, Gent., buried December the io"\ 1617. 
Mr. Ralph Martiall and Katherine Breedon married Jan 1 '?, the 24 th , 

J633- 
Ralph Marshall buried March 17 th , 1636-7. 



1599- 


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1663.* 


Sept. 14. 


1663. :: 


Nov. 26. 


1665.* 


May 2. / 


1665-6 


* March 1 


1666-7 


* Jam 30. 


1669. ::: 


April 25. 


1674. 


Aug. 9 . ::: 1 



80 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Newark, co. Nott m - 

Baptisms. 

John, son of William Marshall. 
Thomas, son of John Marshall. 
Robert son of M r Raphe Marshall, Esq r . 
Elizabeth dau'r of M r Thomas Marshall. 
Michaell son of Thomas Marshall. 
Richard son of William Marshall. 
Isabella dau. of Thomas Marshall. 
Ann dau. of William Marshall. 
. Henry son of Thomas Marshall. 
Thomas son of William Marshall. 
Francis Marshall son of Thorn. 
Edward Marshall son of William. 
1689-90. :|: Feb. 13. John son of John Marshall. Buried 28 Feby. 
i6gi. :;: Aug. 2. Francis, son of John Marshall. 

Marriages. 

1599. Oct r 30.* William Walker and Margaret Marshall. 
1624 (?). Sept 1 4. M r Gabriel Savell and Dorothy Marshall. 

1688. July 26.* John Wilson and Anne Marshall. 

1689. April 23. :|: John Marshall and Eliz. Hoyes. 

1800. Jan r >' 14. George Marshall and Shady Bower both of 
Newark, by banns. 

Burials. 

1599. Aug 1 19.* Elizabeth Marshall, aet. 2. 

1599, Sept r 18.* Thomas son of John Marshall, infant. 

1624. Aug. 2. " M r Francis Marshall departed." [Buried at 

South Muskham, 3 Aug 4 -, 1624, Francis Marshall.] 

1655. Dec r 22. M ra Frances wife of M r Thomas Marshall. 
1662.* Aug. 11. Michael Marshall son of Thomas. 
1668.- Jan>' 22. Thomas Marshal son of Thomas. 
1669.* Feb. 6. Rob't Marshal son of Thomas. 
1683.- July 15. Anne wife of M r Thomas Marshall. 
1683.- Sept r - 5. M r Thomas Marshall. 
1748-9. March 4. A child of M r John Marshall. 

1753. Jan ry 1. M r Marshall sen r - 

1772. Dec r 27. M r John Marshall. 

Southwell, co. Nott m - 

Marriages, 

1594. June 2. Nicholas Godfrey and Agnes Martiall. 
1723. Sept. 17. Edward Bettinson of Upton and Elizabeth 
Marshall of Southwell. 

* Those entries marked with an asterisk are from the transcripts at York. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 8 I 

Burials. 

1627. March 26. John Martiall gent. 

1628. April 27. Katherine dau'r of Katherine Marshall. 
1682-3. Feb. 12. Martha wife of M r John Marshall. 
1685. June 21. Webster son of M r John Marshall. 

1689-90. Feb. 20. Isaac and Rebecca children of Richard 

Laughton. (Transcript.) 
1699. May 26. John Marshall. 
1776. Nov. 2r. M 1 Gervase Marshall. 
1781. Feb. 26. John Marshall of Newark. 

Sutton on Lound, co. Nottingham. 

1566. Sept. 29. Sutton. John Marshall of Whitwell & Margarett 
Throop were maryed. 

1613. April 28. Lound. Edward Marshall & Mary Portor were 

maryed. 

1614. Dec. 27. Lound. Joahne Marshall the wife of Oliu'. Buried. 
1614-15. Jan. 30. Lound. Oliu' Marshall and Alice Kirkby. Mar- 
ried. 

1615. Nov. 19. Lound. Libius Marshell soone of Oliver Marshell. 

Bapt. 

1619. May 19. Lound. Thomas son of Oliver Marshall. Bapt. 

1625. June 23. Sutton. Richard Hibberson and Alice Marshall. 

Married. 

1626. Dec. 27. Elizabeth dau. of same. Bapt. 

Bloxham, or Bloxholme, co. Lincoln. 1 

Baptisms. 

1605. Aug. 15. W m the sonne of W' a Marshall. 

1608. March 12. Anne the daughf of W ,u Marshall. 

1612. Dec. 14. Elizabetha filia W rai Marshall. 

1615. March 2. Thomas fili' W mi Marshall. 

1620. June 1. Christopherus Marshall. 

1632. William Marshall, gardianus. 

1633. Dec. 12. Sara Marshall filia Johannas illigitima. 
1635. June 18. Thomas Marshal filius Thomas Marshall. 2 
1649. Jan. 17. Robert sone of Xpr Marshall & ffriswyd his wife. 
1663. May 20. Nicolis Marshall. 

1685. Robert Marshall was churchwarden. 

1687. March 26. Esther the supposed Daughter of Nicholas Mar- 
shall and Helena Truman. Buried April 11 following. 

Burials. 

1640. June 15. Wittus Marshall sen. sepultus fuit. 
1672. June 25. Widow Marshall was buried. 

From these entries and the Abstracts of Wills at Vol. i., p. 
218, I have drawn out the following pedigree : — 

1 From the Transcripts at Lincoln. 2 Son of Thomas Marshall who removed 
to this parish from Marston about this date. 



82 



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1586. May 15. Miles harvie [and] Eline Marshall, married. 

1590. Oct. 3. Alex. Marshall. Bapt. 

1590-1. Jan. 20. John Marshall. Bapt. 

1590-1. Feb. 17. John Marshall. Buried. 

1593. Barnardus Marshall sepultus Aprilis ix°. 

1597. Elisabeth Marshall vicesimo tertio Junij, baptisat'. 

1603. Nov. 18. Richardus Alius Augustini Marshall. Bapt. 

1604. Augustine Marshall was churchwarden. 
1606. April 17. Vid. Marshall. Buried. 

1606. Sept. 16. Elenor filia Augustini Marshall. Bapt. 

1607. June 16. William Marshall. Buried. 

1608. May 6. Jana filia Augustini Marshall. Bapt. 

161 1. May 5. Thomas filius Augustini Marshall. Bapt. 

1615. Thomas Allen and Winiferd Marshall the xxij"'of May,nupt. 

1624-5. F eD - 3- Robert Seamer, yeoman, & Elisabeth Marshall, 

singlewoman. Married. 
1663. March 29. The wife of Alexander Marshall, buried. 
1666. June 29. Allexander Marshall of Brandon, buried. 

Marston, co. Lincoln. 1 

1585. Dec. ig. Thomas Marshall sonn to Myles Marshall. Bapt. 

Miles Marshall was churchwarden in 1598. 
1594-5. Jan. 18. Mary Marshall daughter to Barnard Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1615. Dec. 7. Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Goodburne was 

buried. 
1616-7. Jan. 4. Gervase the so of Tho. Marshall. Bapt. 
1619. March 31. Alice the daughter of Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 
1624. May 23. Beniamin Marshall sonne to Tho. Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1625-6. Jan. 18. Anne Goodborne wife to Thomas, buryed. 
1628. April 15. Marie y e doghter of Thomas Marshal. Bapt. 
1632. Aug. 26. Richard y e sonne of Thomas Marshall. Bapt. 
1636. March 16. Susanna Marshall was buried. 

For the evidences upon which the following pedigree is based 
refer to Vol. i., 74, 78, 80, 97-99, 224, 242, 244, 246, 278, 305, 323, 
325, 327 ; App. 7, 8, 9, i2, 44; Vol. ii., Part i., 50, 59, 61, 65, 
78, 80, 98, 108, 113 ; Part ii., 80. Notes and Queries, 6 Series, vii., 
123. The Visitations of Lincolnshire, 1634, (C. 23, Index i., fo. 
73), and Yorkshire, 1666, (C. 40, fo. 133), the portions of the 
pedigree proved by these records and E.i. are printed in italics. 

Arms. — Sable, three bars argent, a canton ermine. 

John Marshall of Derbyshire. Coll. Arms MS. E.I.Jo. Sj.^p 

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88 

neere to my wife. My sister Richardson and her four daughters. My land to 
William Allen my kinsman. John Allen my brother and his children. Makes 
said brother and his son William executors. Administration with will annexed 
to John Allen of Knighton, co. Leicester, brother of testator, in Consistory Court 
at Lincoln. (Vol. for 1643-4.) T ne testator omitted to sign the will, hence the 
administration. 

3 Chancery Proceedings before 1714, " Whittington, ,? Bundle 467. Marshall 
v. Munday. Bill of Complaint, exhibited, " 17 die Maij 1650." "Humbly Com- 
plaineing sheweth vnto yo r Lordshippes yo r daylie Orato rs Gervas Marshall of 
Whatton in ye Countie of Nottingham Clarke and Elizabeth his wife daughter 
and heire of Wittm Munday of Bellowe Parke in y c Contie of Nottingham yeo- 
man deceased and Administratrix of y e goods and Chatties of Margrat Munday 
deceased yo r Oratrixes sister late y e wife of [blank] Dauson alsoe deceased That 
whereas Anne Munday late of Bellowe parke aforesaid wid<t was in her life tyme 
possessed of a greate psonall estate to y e value of hue hundred pounds at y e 
least and being thereof soe possessed she the said Anne Munday did make her 
last will and Testam 1 in writing and thereby amongst other things did giue as 
followeth viz 4 That whereas by one deede or writinge by her formerly made she 
hadd giuen vnto W r iftm Munday y e sonne of Wittm Munday of Bellowe Parke 
aforesaid ye suine of fortye pounds of good and lawfull monie of England her 
will then was that Twentie pounds thereof should be and remaine vnto her God 
daughter Anne Munday in ye said will before named and ye other Twentye 
pounds thereof should be and remaine vnto Margrat Munday and yo r Orato r 
Elizabeth by the name of Margarett Munday and Elizabeth Munday sisters of 
ye said Wirim Munday deceased equally to be diuided betwixt them and of her 
said will she y e said Anne Munday widrt did make ye said Witim Munday of 
Bellowe parke aforesaid her sole Executo r and shortly after That is to say in 
or about y e yeare of our Lord One Thousand six hundred Twentie and hue ye 
said Anne Munday of Bellowe parke aforesaid widrl dyed possessed of ye said 
great psonall estate by and after whose decease ye said Witim Munday pued ye 
said will and tooke vppon him ye execucx>n thereof and possessed himselfe of 
ye said psonall estate And also receiued and possessed himselfe of y e said 
fortie pounds appointed to be raised by ye said deede and shortly after he ye 
said Witim Munday did marrie and take to wife Judith But neu y e lesse y e said 
Witim Munday did not paie vnto yo r Oratrix Elizabeth and her said sister Mar- 
grat nor to eyther of them y e said Twentie pounds nor anie pte thereof but did 
alledge y* yo r Oratrix Elizabeth and her said sister Margrat being then w th in age 
could not giue vnto him ye said Witim Munday a sufficient dischardge thereof 
And ye said Witim Munday y e Executo r being likewise seised in his demesne as 
of ffee of and in di3s Messuages Lands Tenem u and Hereditam 13 in Lenton 
Edenstowe and Kersall in ye said Countie of Nottingham and in other lands in 
ye Countie of y e Towne of Nottingham And being alsoe possessed of all or ye 
most pte of ye said psonall estate left vnto him by ye said Anne Munday widit 
and haueing in his hands and Custodie y e writings Euedences Escripts and min- 
nem ts touchinge and concerninge y e said lands he y e said Witim Munday did 
make his last will and Testam 1 and thereof did make and ordeyne ye said Judith 
his wife his sole Executrix and about [blank'] yeares sithence dyed possessed of 
ye most pte of y e said psonall estate left vnto him by ye said Anne Munday and 
of a good psonall estate of his owne And also dyed seised in his demesne as of 
ffee of and in ye said lands and p r misses in Lenton Edenstowe and Kersall in ye 
said Countie of Nott and in ye said Countie of yc Towne of Nottingha leaueing 
yo r Oratrix Elizabeth his sole daughter and heire." (Judith, the widow, having 
a (life ?) interest would not pay. Margaret, the sister, had died intestate, and 
without issue.) 

•1 In the original Visitation, this note of the authority on which the arms 
were allowed is given: "For proofe of coat M r Marshall shewed me part of a 
pedigree in a parchment Roll signed by R. Chester Herald a 1562." I suppose 
" R" to have been Robert Cooke, afterwards Clarenceux. 

5 William Maddox was of Doncaster, Innholder, married at Pontefract 
in 164.1. Buried at Doncaster, 8 Aug., 1660. Will dated 4 Aug., 1660, proved 
by his relict in Exchequer Court at York, 29 May, 1661. 

6 He probably had three wives, as there is a Marriage Allegation in Arch- 
deaconry of Nottingham, 24 July, 16S0, for Thomas Marshall of Aslocton, 
husbandman, widower, and Hannah Wilcock of Whatton, spinster, aged 23. 
Some information as to this Thomas and his father, Gervase Marshall, Vicar of 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 89 

South Muskham, co. Nottingham. 

The following entries in this register should be added to those 
given at p. 79 ante. 

1590. Oct. 1. Rauffe Marshall the sonne of Rob't Marshall. Bapt. 

1591. Sept. 15. Fraunces Marshall the daught. of Rauffe Mar- 

shall. Bapt. 

1592. Aug. 8. Fraunces Marshall the daught of Rauff Marshall. 

Bapt. 
1593-4. Jan. 22. Robert Oglethorpe a Yorkshire gent., and Anne 

the daughter of Henrie Marshall. Married. 
: 593- Nov. 3. William Marshall son of Ralph Marshall. Bapt. 

1594. Dec. 15. Margaret dau. of Ralph Marshall. Bapt. 

1595. Dec. 19. Alice dau. of Ralph Marshall. Bapt. 
1597. March 26. Brigett dau. of Ralph Marshall. Bapt. 
1606. July 6. Richard Browne of this parish and Joane Mar- 
shall of the parish of Newarke upon Trent. Married. 



There are several Marshalls connected with South Muskham, 
to whom I am unable to assign places in the following pedigree. 
The adm'on of Robert Marshall, who died in 1604, will be found 
in Vol. ii., Part 1, p. 102. He appears to have been related to 
persons of the name residing at Staveley Woodthorpe, co. Derby. 
See pages 44-46. 

Francis Marshall, who died at Newark, and was buried at South 
Muskham, 3 August, 1624, may have been a son of Ralph Mar- 
shall, who died in 1617. It will be noticed in the pedigree that 
he had two daughters, both named Frances, and they are entered 
as "daughter" in the parish register. It is not improbable that 
the word "daughter" in one of these cases has been written in 
error for " son." The will of Francis Marshall " of Newark upon 
Trent, Esq.," is dated 29 July, 1624, and was proved by his sister 
Bridget Marshall, 4 May, 1626. He gives " to Dorothie Marshall 
my wife the bed whereon I lie." (Vol. i., p. 265.) I find a 
Dorothy Marshall marrying at Newark, 4 Sept., 1624, to Gabriel 
Savill. He was buried there 26 March, 1625. Her will, dated 3 
April, 1625, was proved at York, 4 May, 1626 (Vol. i., p. 305). 
The same day be it noted as that of her first husband, Francis 
Marshall. She was buried at Newark, 4 April, 1625. I cannot 
vouch for the accuracy of these dates. 

Whatton, will be found in the Public Record Office, from suits relating to the 
tithes of Whatton, Bill Book, Vol. x., Hilary, 23 and 24 Car. II., No. 49; and 
Mich., 21 Car. II., Bill Book, Vol. xii., Mich., 25 Car. II., No. 5S ; and Trinity, 
29 Car. II., No. 75. 

1 Chancery Proceedings, 1714-1758, Winter, 590. Marshall v. Marshall. 
Bill of Complaint, exhibited 6 Nov., 1753, of Gervas Marshall, of Westminster, 
Co. Midd'x, Baker, also of parish of St. George, Bloomsbury. " One Martin 
Marshall your orators uncle dealing in meal and flour." Winifred Marshall, 
one deft., under age of 21, by her father, the said Martin, of St. Giles in the 
Fields, Co. Midd'x, Baker. 



90 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

Grant of Crest to Henry Marshall. 

To all and singuler aswell Kinges Heraldes & officers of Armes as Nobles 
Gentilmen and others which these presents shall see or here William Heruye 
otherwise called Clarencieulx Principall Heralde and King of Armes of the 
southe Easte and West partes of England from the Ryuer of Trent sendeth 
due comendations and greatynge. For as moche as auncientlie from the 
begynynge y e valiaunt and vertuous actes of excellent parsons haue bene 
comended to the worlde with sondry monuments and remembrances of their 
good deserts Emonges the which one of the chefiste and most vsuall hath 
ben the bearinge of signes & tokens in shildes called Armes the which ar none 
other thinges than euidences and demonstrates of prowes & valour dyuerslie 
distributed accordinge to the quallities and deserts of the parsons that such 
signes and tokens of the dilligent faythfull and cowragious might apere before 
the negligente cowarde and ignorant and be an efficient cause to moue stirre 
and kyndle the hartts of men to the imytacbn of vertue and nobleness Euen so 
hath the same bene and yet is continuallye obserued to thyntent that such as 
haue don comendable service to theyr Prince or Contrey eyther in warr or peace 
may both receyue due honor yn their lyves and also deryue the same successiuelie 
to theire posteritie after them And whereas Henry Marshall of Carleton in y° 
Counte of Nottinghame esquyer is descended of y e right line of the Marshalls of 
y e said Counte of Nottingham and he not certeyne how to deryue hym selfe 
theryn hath ynstantlie required me the say d Carencieulx King of Armes to 
make searche yn the Registers and recordes of myne office for the trew and 
parfect descent to him belonginge and so to sett forth suche armes as is to him 
incident and lawfull to be used and borne whiche accordinglie I did accomplishe 
and founde the said Henry Marshall to be y e sonne and heire of John Marshall 
sonn and heire to Thomas Marshall which Thomas was sonne and heire to 
Ralph Marshall of Carlton in the parishe of Muscam in the said Counte esquyre 
and so fyndinge the trew and perfecte dissent of the said Henrye coulde not 
without his greate iniurye but sett forth such Armes as was incident to him 
from his Auncestors That is to saye he beareth Sables three barres argent a 
canton ermyn. And forasmuche as I founde no Creaste belonginge to y e saide 
armes as comonlie to all auncient armes ther belonged none I haue giuen unto 
hym by waye of encrease for his Creaste and Cognisaunce vppon a wreathe 
argent and sables A man of Armes from the weaste vppwarde armed in an 
Armoure of percell gilte his beauer open with a plume of fethers of dyuers 
collers on his helme wearing a scarfe bawdrickwise with a staff gold in his hand, 
mantled gules doubled argent as more playnelie aperith depicted on this mar- 
gent, which Armes and Creaste I the saide Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes by 
powre and auctorite to myne office annexed and graunted under the greate seale 
of England haue ratefied and confirmed geuen and graunted and by theise 
p r sent' do ratefye and confirme geue & graunte unto and for the saide Henry 
Marshall esquyre and to his posterite to use beare and shew for euer more in 
shilde cote armoure or otherwise and therein to be reuested at his and their 
libertie and pleasure without ympediment lett or interupcbn of any person or 
persons. In witnes wherof I y e said Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes haue signed 
theise pntes w* my hande and putt thereunto y e seale of myne office & y e seale 
of myne Armes. Yeuen at London y e firste of June yn ye yeare of the reigne 
of owre most dread souereigne Ladye Elizabeth by the grace of god Queene of 
England Fraunce and Ireland deffendor of the fayth, &c. 

W. heruy al's clarencieulx 
King of Armes. 
The original patent was in the hands of John Bird, Scrivener, in Warwick 
Lane, London, on the 18 January, 1639. He was probably a descendant of the 
grantee. See Note 2 to the following pedigree. 

Pedigree of Marshall of South Carlton, 
co. Nottingham. 

For the evidences upon which this pedigree is based, see Vol. i., 
2, 229, 265, 323, 326 ; Vol. ii., Part i., 14, 16, 56, 100, 101 ; Part 
ii., 70-73, 79, 80. College of Arms MSS., Philpot 30, fo. iog b ; 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



91 



Derby and Notts. M.P. Vis I., fo. 58; EDN. 10, fo. 64. (Visita- 
tion of Lincolnshire, 1592, signed " Thomas Marshall," " Richard 
Marschall.") The portions printed in' italics are from the latter 
MS. Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, Vol. hi., p. 151. 

WilVtn Marshall of Carlcton, Co. Nott,i=yKatherin d. to Thomas Lccke. 

~ ,' 1 ' 1 

John Mar shall .^rEliz. d. to Raufe Thomas Marshall. Robert Marshall. Jone. 

[ Bingham. 

r— ' ; r 1 — 1 — — 1 

Rauffc Marshall of South Cavl-^Katherin Richard Agnes 



ton in the par. of South Musk- 
ham. Died 20 Sept., 1505. Inq. 
p. m. dated 16 Nov., 1505, 



d. to Tho. Mar- 
Neville of shall. 
Rowleston. 



Eliz. Elline 
wife to wife wife to 
Laurence to Jo. Thomas 
Hatfeilde. Burton. White. 



Thomas Marshall=pAnn d. &> heire Richard Marshall. 



of South Carlcton. 
Aged 40 at date of 
his father's Inq. 
p. m. Died 22 Jan., 
1523-4. Inq. p. m. 
dated 16 Sept., 1524. 



Agnes wife to Tho- 
mas Ellis of Swines- 
head and Great 
Ponton, Co. Line. 



to Will" 1 Huns- ? Mar. Catherine 

ton of Calles. dau. of Anthony 

Shouldbe Agnes Staunton. See Coll 

d. andh. ofWil- of Arms MS., C. 34. He died 28 April, 

liam Muston of Thoroton's Notts., 1545. Inq. p.m.=p 

Calais. Vol. i., p. 316. A, 



Eliza- 
be tli wife 
to James 
Ward. 



Alice wife to Andrew Garnon. Isabell wife to Thomas Huett. 
Harleian Soc. Vol. iv., p. 135. Should be "Hunt." Harleian Soc. 
^= Vol. iv., p. 167. =t= 



John Marshall of South Carlton, Merchant of the Staple oi=PAnn d. to John s 

Calais. Aged 25 at the date of his father's Inq. p.m. Party 

to an indenture dated 9 Jan., 1544. Claimed part of the 

Manor of South Muskham, 34 Henry VIII., 1542-3, and 4 

and 5 Philip and Mary, 1557-8. Purchased half the Manor of 

South Muskham of Sir Win. Paulett, Knt., Lord S l John. 2 



Henry 


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1 Will'm 2 Henry Marshall of ^Mawde, d. and 

heir of Will'm 
Scrimser,son of 
Rich, son of 
Tho. son of 
Wiirm sou of 
Geojfry, which 
Geffrey mar. the 
d. & heire to . . . 
Musehampc, by 
Eliza, d. &> co- 
heir to Nicho. 
Mid let on. 



Mar- 
shall. 
Died 
s.p. 
before 
1562. 



South Carlton, Esq. 
Claimed part of the 
Manor of South 
Muskham, 2 Eliz., 
1559-60. Had grant 
of a crest, 1 June, 
1562. Ment' 1 in will 
of his brother, John 
Marshall, 1582. In 
parts beyond the 
seas, 14 July, 1596. 
Party to an inden- 
ture dated g Nov., 
1598. 



I Raufe Marshall. Had: 
lease of a farm from 
his brother Henry, 
1578, then of South 
Muskham. Ment' 1 in 
will of his brother, 
John Marshall, 1582. 
Proved will of his 
brother, Francis Mar- 
shall, 1606. Buried at 
South Muskham, 7 
Dec, 1610. Will dated 
4 Dec, 1610, pro. in 
Peculiar Court of 
Southwell, 7 May, 1611. 



I 1 

Robert Marshall. Ment' 1 Anne. Ment' 1 in will 
in will of Francis Mar- of Francis Marshall, 
shall, 1606; and in his 1606; and in her 
father's will, 1610. father's will, 1610. 
Mar Askew. 



Mary. Called "the elder" 
in will of Francis Mar- 
shall, 1606. Ment' 1 in her 
father's will, 1610. 



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VARIOUS REGISTERS. 93 

Althorpe, co. Lincoln. 

1677. May 8. John Marshall and Ellin Knowelson of Amcoats 

was marryd. May 8. 
1677. May 23. Elenor wife of Edward Marshall of Amcoats 

buried. 
1679. April 13. Ann daughter of John Marshall of Amcoats 

christened. 
1679. Nov. 27. John son of John Marshall of Amcoats baptised. 

1683. May 11. Edwarde Marshall the younger and Elizabethe 

Knowlton both of Amcoats marryd. 

1684. July 13. Elizabeth daughter of John Marshall of Amcoats 

and of Ellin his wife bapt' 1 . 

1685. Oct. 5. William sonne of Edwarde Marshall of Amcoats 

and Elizabeth his wife baptised October ye 5. 1685. 

1686. Dec. 5. Luke son of Edward Marshall of Amcoates and 

Elizabeth his wife bapt d . 

1687. April 21. Luke son of Edward Marshall of Amcoats 

buryed. 

1688. April 29. Clemence Daughter of John Marshall of Am- 

coats and of Ellin his wife baptised April 29. Ye same 
daye Thomas son of Edward Marshall of Amcoats and 
Elizabeth his wife baptised. 

1690. Dec. 14. Benjamin son of Edward Marshall of Amcoats 
and Elizabeth his wife bapt. 

1694. Dec. 3. Edward sonne of Edwarde Marshall and Eliza- 
beth his wife of Amcoats baptised. 

1697. Jan. 2. John son of Edward and Elizabeth Marshall of 
Amcoats bapt. 

1701. Dec. 21. Elizabeth daughter of Edward and Elizabeth 
Marshall of Amcoats baptised. 

1703. March 24. Elizabeth daughter of Edward Marshall of 
Amcoats buried. 

1709. Aug. 14. Thomas son of William and Mary Marshall of 
Amcoats baptised. 

1712. April 27. William son of William and Mary Marshall of 
Amcoats baptised. 

17 14. Dec. 26. Mary Daughter of William and Mary Marshall 
of Amcoats baptised. 

1717. Jan. 5. John son of William and Mary Marshall of Am- 
coats baptised. 

1720. Sept. 23. Edward son of William and Mary Marshall of 
Amcoats baptised. 

1722. Jan. 31. Edward Marshall of Amcoats buryed. 

1725. July 23. Ann daughter of William Marshall buried. 
x 7 2 5-6- Jan. 7. Edward son of William and Mary Marshall 

buried. 

1726. Nov. 17. John Butterwick of Whitgift and Clemence 

Marshall of Amcoats married. 
1728. April 15. Hannah daughter of John and Hannah Marshall 
baptised. 



94 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 



1728 
1735 
I73 8 

1740 

1746 

J75 1 
!753 
1740 

1742 
1746 

1755 



J 757 
1759 

1755 
1770 

1773 

1798 
1804 
1756 

1757 
1760 

1762 

1764 
i7 6 5 

1766 
1771 
1771 

1771 

J 773 
1770 

1785 
1794 



Feb. 23. Hannah wife of John Marshall 1 buried. 
Oct. 22. John son of John and Jane Marshall baptised. 
April 26. Jane daughter of John and Jane Marshall of 

Amcoats baptised. 
Sept. ig. Thomas son of John and Jane Marshall baptised. 
Nov. 7. Edward son of John and Jane Marshall bapt d . 
Oct. 4. Mary daughter of John and Ann Marshall baptised. 
July 20. Ann daughter of John and Ann Marshall baptised. 
Sept. 19. Thomas son of John and Jane Marshall of 

Amcoats buried. 
Feb. 2. Benjamin son of John Marshall of Amcoats buried. 
March 4. William Marshall of Amcoats buried. 
Nov. 28. Elizabeth daughter of John and Ann Marshall 

buried. 
Edward Peart of Owston marryd to Hannah Marshall 

y e 6 February. 
John Ross and Ruth Marshall mar 1 . 
Benjamin Robinson and Ann Marshall widow mar* 1 . 
Nov. 23. William Marshall of Althorpe husbandman and 

Mary Godfrey married. 
Dec. 2. John Marshall and Anne Belton by license. 
Richard Marshall and Mary Lidgard mar 1 . 
May 23. John Eastwood and Mary Marshall schoolmis- 
tress marryed. 
Feb. 20. Richard Horner and Mary Marshall mar 1 . 
Jan. 10. John Smith and Jane Marshall married. 
June 15. "John Marshall parish clerk buried." 
Jan. 3. Mary wife of William Marshall of Amcoats buried. 
Sept. 14. William son of William and Mary Marshall 

of Amcoats baptised. 
July 11. "Thomas son of William and Mary Marshall 

baptised one July 11." 
Sept. 7. Jane wife of John Marshall of Amcoats buried. 
Jan. 20. " Mary daughter of William and Mary Marshall 

of Amcoats baptised at Amcoats Chapel." 
Jane daughter of William and Mary Marshall of Amcoats 

baptised privately June 28, publicly July 14. 
Jan. 12. Elizabeth daughter of W T illiam Marshall farmer 

and Mary his wife of Amcoats buried. 
Jan. 13. Edward son of John Marshall steward and the 

late Jane his wife buried. 
Feb. 15. William Marshall farmer of Amcotts buried. 
John son of John Marshall steward of Amcots (? Buried). 
Elizabeth daughter of William Marshall and of Mary his 

wife bap d . 
Jan. 29. Jane wife of John Marshall of Stockwith buried. 
Jan. 4. Thomas son of Thomas and Sophia Marshall 

baptized. (Died unmarried, killed by a fall from his 

horse, August 1S77, will proved 1878 ; lived at Althorpe). 



1 Vol. II. of the Register beginning 1729 is signed by Mr. Godfrey, curate, 
and by "John Marshall, clerk of Althorpe Church, 1748." 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 95 

1795. Oct. 4. William son of Thomas and Sophia Marshall 
baptised. 

From the foregoing extracts, and information kindly supplied by 
Mr. W. N. Marshall, I am able to give the following pedigree : — 

Edward Marshall of Amcotts in the parish of Althorpe had 
issue by his wife Elenor, buried 23 May, 1677 : — 

Edward Marshall of Amcotts, married Elizabeth Knowlton,i683, 
and had William, b. 1684, d. 1746, married Mary .... who died 
1757, of whom presently ; Luke, b. 1686, d. 1687 ; Thomas, b. 
1688; Benjamin, b. 1690; Edward, b. 1694; John, b. 1697; and 
Elizabeth, b. 1701, d. 1703. 

William and Mary had, Thomas, b. 1709 ; William ; Mary, b. 
1714; John, b. 1717, parish clerk of Althorpe 1748, d. 1756, his 
son John is called Steward of Amcotts ; Edward, b. 1720, d. 1725 ; 
Ann, d. 1725. William, the second son, of Althorpe, b. 17 12, d. 
177 1, married 1759 Mary Godfrey, and had issue, with three 
daughters, Mary, b. 1765, Jane, b. 1766, and Elizabeth died an 
infant, two sons, William, b. 1760, lived at Epworth and died 
there, 1 and Thomas, b. 1762, d. August 1850, married Sophia 
Millson of Messingham, by whom he had : — 

1. Thomas, of Althorpe, Draper and Farmer, b. 1794, killed 

by a fall from his horse, 31 August, 1877. 

2. William ; see below. 

3. Jane. 

4. James Millson, of Butterwick, buried at Messingham, 

1886. 

5. Stephen, of Hull, died August 1868. 

6. Hannah, married James Horberry of Gunthorpe, co. 

Nottingham, living without issue, 1888. 

7. Sarah, married John Watkin of Wintringham, and died 

1877, leaving two daughters. 
William Marshall, the second son, was of Wintringham. Died 
16 Sept., 1883. Settled at Wintringham in the year 1826. Married 
1 st, Ruth Glew of Derrythorpe, by whom he had — 1. William, 
died an infant. 2. Mary, died an infant. 3. Sophia, married 
Rev. James Knaggs of London, and died in 1S55, leaving issue a 
son, William, now at the Cape. He married secondly, Dinah 
Rack of South Ferriby, of an old Quaker family, and had issue 
by her : — 

1. Ellen Elizabeth, born 1835, died s. p. i860. 

2. Dinah, married Henry Nicholson of Hull, and has issue 

William, born 1876, living 1888. 

3. Thomas Rack, born Jan. 1837, died 3 Aug., 1876, unm. 

4. Mary Jane, married John William Goodwin, of Winterton, 

farmer, and has issue. 

5. William Nettleship Marshall, of Wintringham, born 

June 11, 1841, married Dec. 16, 1877, Anne Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Boast of North Dalton, co. York, and 
has issue : — 

1 Had two sons, both clergymen, one, William, was vicar of St. Matthew's, 
Sheffield. 



9 6 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

i. Nellie, died an infant May 1879. 

ii. {Catherine Mar}-, born 29 May, 1880. 

iii. Hugh, born 3 Aug., 1887. 



From Transcripts at Lincoln. 

1628. Dec. 30. , Elizabeth Storry. Buried. 
1629-30. Jan. 16. Edward Storry & Jonne Mar- 
shall. Married. {.Horsineton 
1629-30. March 23. Edward Storry. Buried. f T • */„ 
167 1. May 30. William Marshall son ol Ihomas. 

Buried. 
1684. Sept. 10. Judith Marshall. Buried. 
1587-8. March 20. M ris Wenefrid Marshall. Buried. Honington, 

co, Lincoln. 
1635, June 9. William Marshall and Susan Orson were married. 

Hougham, co. Lincoln. 



1670. Abraham the base son of Jane Marshall bap- 
tized March 19. 

1698. Nov. 7. John Dutton of this parish & Jane 
Marshall of Kirton were married. 

1702. Jan. 17. James Marshall of Mansfield, Taylor, 
and Mary Rogers of Walesby were married J 



Register of 
Walesby , 
co. Nott'"- 



List of Biographical Notices of Marshalls. 

Samuel. Captain r.n. Died at Gosport, April 176S. Charnock's Biographica 

N avails, vi., 51. 
Thomas. Captain of "Thomas and Elizabeth" Fireship. Charnock's 

Biographica Navalis, i., 242, ii. 277. Commission dated 3 April, 16S9, 

Add 1 M.S. (Brit. Mus.) 31,242. 
Alexander, m.d. A Scotsman. Gentleman's Magazine, lxxxiii., i. 4S3. 
Charles. Lieut, r.n. Died at Havant, aged 65, 28 Dec, 1S03. Gentleman's 

Magazine, lxxiii., 1261. — ML, which gives his Arms as, Barry of 6 Sable 

and Argent, a canton Ermine, in Longcroft's Account of Bosmere, 58. 
Charles. The Rev., m.a., Rector of Harpurhey. Died 1S84. Liverpool Daily 

Post of 2 August, 1884. 
Joseph. Of Heslerton Hall, son of James 1 of the Bierley Iron-works, near 

Bradford. Died 17 Oct., 1880, aged 77. Malton Gazette, 23 Oct., 1880. 

Times, 23 Oct., 1880. 
James, Sir. Knighted 1882. Chief Justice of the Gold Coast Colony. Times, 

10 June, 1S82. 
Cuthbert, d.d. Buried in York Minster, 25 Jan., 1549-50. Cooper's Athena 

Cantabrigienses, vol. i., pp. 97, 538. 
Thomas. Abbot of St. Werburgh's, Chester, attainted 22 Jan., 1538-9. Cooper's 

Athena: Cantabrigienses, vol. i., p. 70. 
Edmund. Reverend. Died 8 May, 1797. Gentleman's Magazine, vol. 67, p. 446. 
Thomas. Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Dean of Gloucester. Died 

1685. Gentleman's Magazine, vol. 63, p. 323. 
James. Killed in action, Lt. r.n. Buried at Deal, iS July, 1S05. Gentleman's 

Magazine, vol. 75, p. 775. 

1 His father was overseer of the poor at Huddersfield. He himself was 
an ironmonger at Bradford, and had two brothers, Thomas who was buried at 
Huddersfield, and Jeremiah, who had John, Joseph, Thomas, a machine maker, 
and a dau. married to Overy Johnson. John had three sons, and two daughters, 
and was a rich yeoman and a great character. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 97 

NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 
Marshall v. Godarth. — Whittington I., 447. 

12 January, 1669. 

Complainant. — Benjamin Marshall of Doncaster, co. York, and 
Elizabeth his wife, late the relict of William Macldox, late of 
Leeds, deceased, and executor of his last will. 

Defendant. — Joseph Godarth and Cicely his wife. 

One Thomas Dent was in his lifetime indebted to William Maddox £40. 
Upon dying, Cicely his wife administered his estate but did not pay William 
Maddox his £40. She afterwards married Joseph Godarth. Defendants now- 
refuse to pay complainant the £40. — Vol. ii., part ii., p. 86. 



Marshall v. Williamson. — Collins III., 571 ; Whittington I., 36. 
12th Feb., 1649, — May, 1649. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Norwich, gentleman, adminis- 
trator of the goods of Henry Marshall, gentleman, deceased, 
complainant's cousin. 

Defendant. — Anthony Williamson of Tilney in Marshland in co. 
Norfolk. 

Henry Marshall, deceased, lived for three years or more with the defendant, 
and last Christmas died in his house, intestate. Complainant being next of kin 
to the said Henry Marshall, took out letters of administration. Deceased must 
have had at least ^"iooo in his possession at time of his decease, but defendant 
has hidden away the greater part of this. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Collins II., 18. 
15th May, 1653. 

Complainants. — Mary Marshall, widow and executrix of John 
Marshall, late of Horton Kirby, co. Kent, yeoman ; Humphrey 
Dixon, 2 of the same, gentleman, Elizabeth his wife, and 
Mary Marshall, the last two daughters of the said John 
Marshall, deceased. 

Defendant. — John Marshall of Horton Kirby, co. Kent. 

John Marshall the elder, about the 23 September, 1652, made his will 
bequeathing to Mary his wife £20 a year, and after some other legacies were 
satisfied, among which was an annuity of £10 per annum to his son John, the 
residue of his estate. Since his death John Marshall the younger has taken 
possession of the will and probably burnt it, and now claims what the law allows 
him as next heir. 

The defendant says he believes that a messuage possessed by his late father 
in Horton Kirby, was entailed on him, and it was not in the power of his father 
to will it away from him. It is true he took his mother's keys, and opening her 
trunk took from thence two sheets of paper, bound together, and burnt them ; 
but, except that his mother asserted so, he has no reason to believe these were 
his father's will, as he never read them. 

1 The reference at the end of some of these notes indicates the preceding 
page of this book at which further information will be found relative to the 
parties to the suit. 

2 1650. May 16. Humfre Dixon of Tunbridge, Kent, and Elizabeth 
Marshall of Horton Kerbey, Kent. Married. Register of St. Bartholomew' the 
Great, London. 

J3 



98 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Reynardson Depositions, 993. 

Deposition taken at Horton Kirbie, co. Kent, 12 July, 1653. 
Witnesses examined on behalf of Mary Marshall, widow, 
complainant, against John Marshall, defendant. 

John Marshall in bill named was at time of his death seized of a messuage 
in Horton Kirbie. John Marshall is late husband of Mary, complainant. John, 
defendant, is son of John, deceased. — Vol. i., p. 114. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton I., 235, 14. 
27th July, 1709. 

Complainant. — Petronell Marshall, relict and sole executrix of 
Nicholas Marshall the elder, late of parish of St. Mabyn, co. 
Cornwall. 

Defendant. — Susannah Marshall and Nicholas Marshall her son, 
an infant. 

An indenture was made between Nicholas Marshall the elder and Nicholas 
Marshall the younger on the 27th Jan., 1697, by which it was agreed that Nicholas 
the younger (in consideration of ,£100) conveyed to Nicholas the elder one 
house called the Hall, and an orchard adjoining, being in Trevilder in parish of 
Ecloshayle, co. Cornwall. This property was to remain in the hands of Nicholas 
Marshall the elder and his descendants (leaving Nicholas the younger and his 
heirs out of account) during the lives of Nicholas the elder and Honor and 
Elizabeth Marshall, sisters of Nicholas the elder, after which it might be 
redeemed on payment of £100. Nicholas the elder died, making his will 26th 
March, 1699, leaving said property to Petronell Marshall (the complainant) his 
wife. Nicholas the younger, who survived both Honor and Elizabeth, died in 
1708, leaving Susannah his wife and Nicholas his son. Susannah and Nicholas 
have entered into the property and refuse to pay the ,£100. 

Whittington II., 396. 

The answer of Susannah Marshall, widow, and Nicholas Marshall, 
infant, by the said Susannah, his mother and guardian, to the 
will of Petronell Marshall, complainant. 

They sav that Petronell Marshall of the parish of St. Mabyn, co. Corn- 
wall, widow, executrix and late wife of Nicholas Marshall, deceased, out of her 
love for her son Nicholas Marshall, father of defendant, the father since deceased, 
did give to the said Nicholas her son all her land, etc., in Egloshaile. co. Corn- 
wall, and this ought by right to descend to defendant. — Vol. i., p. 197. 



Marshall v. Rogers. — Collins II., 196. 
5th June, 167 1. 

Complainants. — Daniel Marshall of St. Andrew's, Holborn, co. 
Middlesex; Mary Marshall, daughter of Matthew Marshall, 
deceased ; Martha Marshall, spinster, sister of said Daniel ; 
Samuel Marshall of Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon ; Philip 
Marshall of Eltesley, co. Cambridge ; Benjamin Chatteris and 
Mary his wife, daughter of John Long, deceased, and Mar- 
garet his wife; Philip Marshall of London, blacksmith; 
Anthony Marshall of Cherry Orton, co. Huntingdon, last two 
being sons of Matthew Marshall, deceased ; and Richard 
Smith of Cambridge. 

Defendants. — Richard Rogers and Rebecca his wife and others. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 99 

John Marshall of the Inner Temple, gent., did on the 15th December, in the 
20th year of his now majesty, publish his will as follows : — " My body to be buried 
in the Temple Church by my late wife, Martha. To my kinsman John Marshall 
of the Inner Temple, my silver basin. To Rebecca Rogers, wife of Richard 
Rogers, and daughter of my late brother, Edward, all my messuages, etc., in or 

neare Temple Bar, called the greene cushin and now in occupation of 

Robert Britten, carpenter, and Thomas Porter, bricklayer. To Mary and 

the two daughters of Mathew Marshall, son of my late brother, Philip Marshall, 
my property situate in Hemingby near Hornecastle, co. Lincoln. To Mary 
Marshall, widow, relict of my said brother Philip, £50. To Daniel Marshall, 
son of my late brother Miles Marshall, those three messuages situate in Sheir- 
lane, co. Middlesex. To Martha Marshall, sister of said Daniel, my other two 
messuages in Sheirlane. Item to Thomas Marshall, Taylor, who lives about St. 
Giles in the fields (and who calls himself my brother) ,£20. All property I hold 
of the Archbishop of Canterbury, lying near Dover, co. Kent, to Samuel Marshall, 
son of my late brother Philip. To Philip Marshall, son of late brother Philip, 
of Eltisley, co. Cambridge, the lease of the Parsonage of Leesdown in the Isle of 
Shepey, co. Kent. To Mary, daughter of John Long and Margaret (my late sister, 
deceased), my property in Long Acre, in parish of St. Martin's in the fields, co. 
Middlesex, and ,£100 in money. To Anthony and Philip Marshall, sons of my 
late brother Matthew, my right to property in Brower's Yard in the Strand. To 
Richard Smith, my late wife's brother's son, my property in Southwark, co. 
Surrey. To Joane, wife of Richard Gynn, daughter of my late brother Philip, 
£20. To Mary, wife of Moses Burton and daughter of my late brother Matthew, 
,£20. Item to Elizabeth Isaac, daughter of my sister Joane Isaac, ,£40. To the 
rest of the children of my said sister Joane, ^20 each. To the two daughters of 
my late sister Mary Naull, £20. To the children of Samuel Burdett by Anne, my 
wife's kinswoman, £"50. To children of Elizabeth, now wife of John Bentley, 
late wife of Peter Frisby, £50. To the children of John Smith by Mary, my 
late wife's kinswoman, ^50. To Martha Mayfield, a jewel. To Miles Marshall, 
my late brother's widdow, ,£10. To Mary, relict of my late brother Edward, 
,£30. To Mary, daughter of my sister Margaret Long, my pewter, etc. My 
presidents to John Warter. I forgive Mr. Killingworth what he owes me. To 
the poor of Parish of St. Bride's, £5. My kinsman Mr. Robert Marshall, £"20. 
To my cousin Samuel Gabry, £"5. I nominate Moses Burton and John Gabry 
executors. The rest to my sister's nephews and neices, to be divided. Dated 
15th December, 1688." The said John, testator, shortly after died. The 
defendants have got into their hands a false will, and are molesting com- 
plainants. 

Marshall v. Gabry. — Collins II., 194. 
30th June, 1671. 

The answer of John Gabry, one of the defendants, to the Bill of 
Daniel Marshall, Mary Marshall, Martha Marshall, Samuel 
and Philip Marshall, Benjamin Chatteris and Mary his wife, 
Philip and Anthony Marshall, and Richard Smith. 

He says he doubts if John Marshall, deceased, was in sound mind when he 
made his will, but he has never interfered in the management of the estate. He 
will give up an old will in his possession if the Court thinks fit. — Vol. ii., p. 21. 



MarsJiall v. Guilman. — Whittington I., 467. 
17 May, 1658. 

Complainants. — Mary Morden by John Marshall her guardian and 

others. 
Defendants. — Joseph Guilman and others. 

Mary Morden inherited some money from her father, William Morden. 
Joseph Guilman is one of the executors, and will not pay her. 



IOO NOTES OK CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. M or den. — Hamilton II., 237, 106. 
26th Nov. 1669. 

Complainant. — Cristopher Marshall of Southwark, co. Middlesex, 
and Elizabeth his wife, administratrix of the goods of Robert 
Gell her father. 

Defendants. — Anne Morden and Robert Morden, an infant, by said 
Anne his mother. 

John Morden was indebted to Robert Gell £100, and died without having 
paid the debt. Robert Gell is also dead, and Anne, wife of John Morden, ought 
to pay complainant the £100, she being administratrix of her father's goods. 

Marshall v. Morden. — Hamilton III., 485. 
21st March, 1670. 

The further answer of Anne Morden, widow, and Robert Morden, 
infant, to the Bill of Cristopher Marshall and Elizabeth his 
wife. 

After the death of John Morden, Anne's late husband, she had an inventory 
made of his goods, and the total worth of them amounted to £218 195. 6d. See 
" Marshall v. Wallett." 

Marshall v. Wallett.— Hamilton III., 498. 
26th Nov., 1670. 

Complainants. — Cristopher Marshall of Southwark, co. Middle- 
sex, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of the late Robert Gell, 
late of St. Mary Aldermary, London. 

Defendants. — William Wallett, Katherine Wallett, and others. 

John Morden, in co. Cambridge, was in his lifetime, that is in 1660, indebted 
to Robert Gell ,£"100, and never paid it. John Morden also in 1645 promised for 
valuable considerations an annuity for life to oratrix of £12. John Morden died 
worth £"500 in personal property, and holding lands in Lincoln and elsewhere. 
But now Anne, his relict, confederating with William Wallett and Katherine 
Wallett and others, refuse to pay said sums. 

Marshall v. Thompson. — Mitford II., p. 294, 107. 
3rd May, 1678. 

The answer of Anthony Thompson, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of Cristopher Marshall and Elizabeth his wife, and 
Elizabeth Morden. 

He believes that John Morden the younger, sometime of co. Cambridge, 
did become indebted to Robert Gell in the Bill named, in sum of £"ioo. He does 
not know if John Morden entered into a bond with Elizabeth Morden, com- 
plainant, by which it was agreed that he should pay the said Elizabeth ^12 per 
annum. He says complainants never told him they were owed anything by 
Anne Morden, relict of the said John Morden. Defendant says he was executor 
of the said Anne's will. John Morden had lands in Lincolnshire and Cambridge- 
shire. 

Marshall v. Appleyard. — Hamilton III., 528. 

Complainant. — Cristopher Marshall of Southwark, co. Surrey, 

and Elizabeth his wife. 
Defendant. — Anne Appleyard. 

The late John Appleyard, who was husband to Anne the defendant, borrowed 
certain sums of money from Robert Gell, father of Elizabeth Marshall the 
oratrix. Elizabeth Marshall is administratrix of the goods of the late Robert 
Gell, and has applied to Anne for payment of the debts. Anne will not pay. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 10 1 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Reynardson VI., 277. 
23 Jan., 1690. 

Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall of Barnes, co. Surrey, relict of 
Cristopher Marshall, junior, son of Cristopher Marshall, 
senior, Dyer, of London. 

Defendants. — Cristopher Marshall, senior, of London, and Isaac 
Delillers. 

The two Cristopher Marshalls — father and son — were in partnership for 
nearly twenty years selling and dyeing cloth. At the death of Cristopher 
Marshall, junior, one Isaac Delillers owed the firm a considerable sum of money, 
which upon his death should have by right descended to oratrix. But the two 
defendants, confederating together, endeavour to keep complainant out of her 
just rights. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Collins II., 319, 448. 
15th March, 1699, 10 June, 1700, and 6 June, 1701. 

Complainants. — Sarah Marshall, Rebecca Marshall, Elizabeth 
Marshall, in behalf of themselves, and Robert Marshall and 
Ellen Marshall, infants, by said Sarah their next friend. 

Defendants.- — Gell Marshall, Cristopher Marshall, and others. 

Elizabeth Marshall, deceased, late mother of complainants, was daughter of 
Robert Gell, doctor of divinity. She married Cristopher Marshall, father of 
complainants, and brought him about ^"7000. This sum was nearly all the said 
Cristopher had, and he bought land with it. He made no will before his death, 
and Gell, his eldest son, came by right into nearly all his estate. Elizabeth 
Marshall had, however, some land in Cambridgeshire, at Pampisford, Bringes, 
Duxford and Brightes Closes, and this land she intended to leave to her younger 
children. She, too, never made a will, but often told Gell in the presence of 
different people that she did not intend to leave him anything. Gell now 
confederating with his brother Cristopher endeavours to keep complainants 
out of their rights. 

Gell says his father left a life interest in the Manor of Hinxton, Cambridge, 
to Elizabeth defendant's mother ; also ditto on a copyhold estate in parish of 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey. He never heard his mother say she intended to leave 
him nothing. 

The further answer of Cristopher Marshall, one of the defendants, 
to the Bill of Complaint of Sarah Marshall, Rabecca Marshall, 
and Elizabeth Marshall, on behalf of themselves, and of 
Robert Marshall and Ellen Marshall, infants. 

He says he does not know what lands his late mother died seized of in 
Brings or Bright's closes, only he knows that one Robert Stubbins was tenant 
to his late mother for some lands she held at a place called Brings. The defen- 
dant, Cristopher Marshall's brother Gell Marshall instructed John Hughes to 
act for him. This John Hughes, his brother has told him, was a perfect cheat or 
one of the worst of men, and he never asked him to draw any articles for him. 

The answers of Elizabeth Marshall, Robert Marshall, and Ellen 
Marshall, by their Guardian Sarah Marshall, to the Bill of 
Gell Marshall. 

They say it may be true that Gell Marshall is the eldest son of Cristopher 
Marshall, deceased, late of London, and that he, the late Cristopher, held 
lands in Cambridgeshire. Lincoln, and Surrey, but these estates were purchased 
with his wife's money. It is not true that these defendants or John Hughes 
ever made complainant sign the articles referred to in his bill. 



102 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford, III., 456, 46. 
24th April, 1700. 

Complainant. — Cristopher Marshall of London, apothecary, 
administrator of the goods of Elizabeth Marshall his mother, 
deceased. 

Defendants. — Sarah Marshall, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Robert, and 
Ellen Marshall, the last two infants. 

Elizabeth Marshall, complainant's late mother, was the only daughter of 
Robert Gell, who by his will left her worth ,£10,000 or more, which came to 
Cristopher Marshall, father of complainant, upon his intermarriage with her. 
After the death of both Cristopher and Elizabeth his wife, complainant, 
together with his brother Gell, intended administering the estate, and fearing the 
evil purposes of John Hughes, who married Sarah Marshall, and the other 
defendants, he locked the door of his mother's room. The defendants have 
broken this open and taken away all the jewels and valuables contained in it. — 
Vol. I., App. p. 33. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington I., 77. 
17 Dec, 1664. 

Complainant. — Edmond Marshall of Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Defendants. — Thomas Marshall and John Marshall. 

Thomas Marshall's Defence. — He does not believe it to be true that William 
Marshall, late of More Allerton, was indebted to Sir Charles Hussey of 
Hunnington, co. Lincoln, kt. He believes the complainant was due that amount 
to him, and got defendant to stand surety for him among others. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington I., 77. 
1st July, 1664. 
The answer of George Marshall, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of Edmund Marshall. 

He says it may be true William Marshall, father of defendant and com- 
plainant, made a will dated 22 April, 1662, but he also made a will on the 9th 
July, 1662, cancelling all former wills. 

Marshall v. Marshall- — Reynardson I. and II., 408. 
nth Nov., 1670. 

Complainants. — Edmund Marshall of Newcastle upon Tyne, 

Robert Brook, John Sharp, etc. 
Defendant. — George Marshall. 

William Marshall had a debt which he could not pay, and Edmund Marshall 
and George, sons of William, entered with others into a bond for its payment. 
William is since dead, and George, who is his eldest son and has inherited all 
his estate refuses to pay his share of the debt, alledging that his father gave him 
a counter bond cancelling his share. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton I., 237, 78; Whittington I., 75. 
21st Jan., 1664, 24 Oct., 1664. 

Complainant. — Edmund Marshall of Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Defendant. — George Marshall of Moore Allerton, co. York. 

William Marshall, the father of both complainant and defendant, being in 
want of ,£200, borrowed it from Sir Charles Hussy. George and Edmund, 
together with Richard Midgelv and Henry Rhoades, entered into a bond also 
insuring the pavment of this. William the father died without paying the debt, 
and George, before he died, got him to enter secretly into making a counter 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. IO3 

bond relieving him (George) from all risk. — See Interrogatories to be administered 
on behalf of George Marshall, gent., one of the defendants, to Bill of Edmund 
Marshall, woollen draper. — Hamilton, Depositions, II., p. 275. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington II., 100. 
10th May, 1665. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of city of London, surviving executor 

of the last will of William Marshall, his late brother. 
Defendant. — Edmund Marshall. 

William Marshall of More Allerton, co. York, deceased, father of complainant 
and defendant, was in his lifetime anxious to give Edmund his second son a 
piece of land in a village called Woodhouse. But not thinking this would be 
fair to his other children, he made Edmund enter into a bond by which he had 
to pay £100 in a given time to his (Edmund's) brother William. William the 
father died, and William the son (not knowing in his lifetime about this bond) 
also died beyond seas. John is executor of William's will, and Edmund never- 
theless refuses to pay him the ,£100. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington II., 96. 
22nd Nov., 1666. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of London, merchant, son of 

William Marshall of Moor Allerton, Leeds, Yorkshire. 
Defendants. — Edmund Marshall, George Marshall, etc. 

William Marshall, about the 22 April, 1662, made his will. By this he gave 
to his son Edmund and his friends Edward Birckby and Timothy Rayner and 
their heirs all his water mills called Woodmilne, in Chappell Allerton, also his 
messuage, etc., in Kirkgate. This messuage, etc., to be sold, and ,£600 out of 
proceeds to pay his debts. Also he bequeathed to Edmund his son, Birckby, 
and Timothy Rayner his dwellinghouse in Moor Allerton, in trust for his 
wife Elizabeth. To his son William, ,£"100. To his son, Thomas Marshall, 
;£ioo. To his wife's daughters Francis and Mary Hodgson, £\o. The residue of 
his estate to be divided between Elizabeth Lambe, wife of William Lambe, 1 
Mary wife of Robert Brooke, Gertrude wife of Henry Wilden, Edmund, William, 
Robert, John, and Thomas, his sons. Since the making this will both William 
and Robert Marshall are dead. The trustees will not administer the said estate, 
and George and Edmund, confederating together, pretend another will exists. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton III., 538. 
26th Jan., 1678. 

Complainants. — Edmund Marshall of Moor Allerton, co. York, son 
of William Marshall of Moor Allerton, co. York. 

Defendants. — Katherine Marshall, widow, George Marshall, an 
infant, by Katherine his mother. 

William Marshall was in his lifetime seized of lands and tenements in Moor 
Allerton. He being anxious to make provision for his children — George his 
eldest son being about to marry — made his last will and did by it bequeath to 
complainant, Edward Birkby of Scoldcroft, co. York, Timothy Raner of Galber- 
ston, co. York, all that water corn mill called Wood Milne, in the lordship of 
Chappell Allerton, co. York, also a messuage and tenement in Leeds Kirkgate. 
These were to be sold and ,£600 of the profits to be applied to payment of the 
testator's debts. Also he devises the dwelling house in Moor Allerton, where 
he dwelt, to be given during three years to Elizabeth his wife ; after that the 
house to go to George, testator's elder son, he paying ,£300 to Martha, Mary, 
and Elizabeth Brooke, daughters of Robert and Mary Brooke (Mary Brooke 

1 William Lamb was of Coulston, co. Gloucester, and died circa 1675. — 
See Visitation of Gloucestershire, 1683. 



104 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

being sister of complainant and said George). George in his lifetime would not 
suffer complainant to perform the will, but brought forth another which he said 
was genuine, and they had several law suits, in which George lost. Now Kathe- 
rine Marshall, relict of said George, and George her son, pretend that by a deed 
William Marshall the father gave George his son the messuages declared in the 
will to be sold in payment of debts. 

Marshal/ v. Marshall. — Whittington II., 139. 
23rd Oct., 1680. 
Complainant. — Katherine Marshall, widow, administratrix of goods, 
etc., of George Marshall her late husband, and George Mar- 
shall an infant by said Katherine his mother. George the 
infant is grandson of William Marshall of Moor Allerton. 
Defendants. — Frances Marshall, William Marshall, Edward Birkby, 
Robert Brooke, etc. 

George Marshall is heir to some property through George his father from 
William his grandfather, but Frances the relict of Edmund son of William, and 
William son of Edmund and grandson of William, claim it through said 
Kdmund. — (See Depositions 914 for Interrogatories.) — See Vol. i., p. 136 ; ii , Part 
ii., p. 56, etc. 

Marshall v. Brooke. — Mitford Dep., 681. 
9th April, 19 James I. 
Examination of Nicholas Reyner, of Stubley, co. York, for George 
Marshall and Agnes his wife, and John Whittaker, against 
Thomas Brooke and Margaret Brooke and others. 

He says he knew Edmonde Brooke, father of Thomas Brooke, and Jennett 
his wife. He says he has heard it reported that Jennett had the old house at 
Stanley settled upon her, and that Agnes, one of the complainants, lived 

therein. 

Marshall v. Brooke. — Whittington II., 100. 
10th May, 1665. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of London, executor of the will of 
his late brother William Marshall of Moore Allerton, co. 
York. 
Defendant. — Robert Brooke. 

William Marshall, late of Moore Allerton, complainant's father, left 
Edmond his second son some land in a village called Woodhouse. This he 
thought too large a legacy, so he made Edmond become bound to William, 
Edmond's brother, in a bond of ,£200. William the brother died over seas. Now 
Edmond, combining with Robert Brooke, will not pay the ,£200, pretending to 
have paid the same and producing a forged receipt. 

Marshall v. Brooke.— Hamilton III., 531. 
5th July, 1677. 
Complainant. — Edmond Marshall of Moore Allerton, parish of 
Leeds, co. York, son of William Marshall, late of Moore 
Allerton. 
Defendants. — Robert Brooke, Martha Brooke, and others. 

On the 22 April, 1662, the late William Marshall published his will, and 
among other legacies left to Edmond his son, the complainant, to Edward 
Birkby of Scolecroft, and to Timothy Reyner the woodmilne in the manor of 
Chappell Allerton, co. York. He also left £300 to defendants, and made orator 
executor. Orator paid defendants their legacy, but they now pretend they have 
never received it. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 105 

Marshall v. Rodes. — Whittington II., gg. 
24th Oct. 1664. 

Complainant. — Edmund Marshall of Newcastle upon Tyne, 

woollen draper. 
Defendants. — Henry Rhodes, Richard Midgeley, and others. 

William Marshall, late of Moore Allerton, co. Yorke, borrowed some money 
from Sir Charles Hussey, and George Marshall, his eldest son, and Edmund 
Marshall, the complainant, together with defendants, became bound with him to 
the said Sir Charles Hussey. Now defendants (William being dead) try to make 
complainant meet the whole sum. 

Marshall 7'. Lainbe.— Reynardson III., 4g. 
6th July, 1666. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Moore Allerton, co. Yorke. 
Defendant. — William Lambe, George Marshall, and others. 

The answer of William Lambe. 

He says he believes that Edmund Marshall did about the time mentioned 
begin a suit in the Common Pleas against George Marshall in the Bill named. 
The complainant and defendant became bail for the said George Marshall. The 
said George is supposed to have become bound to Edmund in trust for William 
Marshall the father. 

The answer of George Marshall. 

He believes that William Marshall his father held lands in Moore Allerton. 
He made his will the 19th July, 1662, as follows. His body to be buried in the 
Parish Church at Leeds. To George Marshall, my eldest son, my water corn- 
mill and fulling mill, called Woodmill, and houses belonging, being in Chapel 
Allerton, also my house in Leeds Kirkgate, on condition he pay to Thomas Mar- 
shall my youngest son ,£250, and to the three daughters of Robert Brooke my 
son-in-law, Martha, Elizabeth, and Jane. To Elizabeth my wife household 
goods. To Robert Brooke and Mary his wife my Smithy Mill. To Mary 
Duffield my grandchild, ,£10. Ann Duffield my grandchild. To Elizabeth my 
eldest daughter, wife of William Lambe, ,£"40. Whereas there are £50 owing 
to me by my son Edmund Marshall I give £\o thereof to his son William 
Marshall, £10 to Mary his daughter, and £10 to Frances his wife. All the rest 
of my goods to George my son and Elizabeth my wife, whom I make my 
executors. Defendant believes before the making of this will another will was 
made, but this will revokes the former one. 

Marshall v. Blake. — Whittington II., 123. 
6th Feb., 1673. 

The answer of William Blake to the Bill of John Marshall, 
executor of William Marshall, deceased. 

He says he believes William Marshall was a merchant trading in the East 
Indies. He had a letter from the said William, ordering him to look after his 
goods, which he faithfully did, and all goods intrusted to him he has faithfully 
returned. — See also, Hamilton, II., 236. 

Marshall v. Bridges. — Hamilton III., 510. 
igth June, 1674. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of London, salter, executor of the 
last will of his brother William Marshall of Hughley, in the 
East Indies, merchant. 

Defendant.- — Shem Bridges. 

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106 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Shem Bridges resided in Hughley, East Indies, at the time of William 
Marshall's death, and complainant desired him to make an inventory of and look 
after the personal estate of his brother. He took possession of the said estate 
but has never properly accounted for it. — Vol. i., p. 136. 



Marshall v. Marshall — Whittington I., 486. 
30 Nov., 1677. 
Complainants. — John Marshall of London ; Henry Barwell of the 
Borough of Leicester, co. Leicester, and Sara his wife ; John 
Day of the same and Mary his wife ; John Marshall, Sara, 
and Mary, being daughters of John Marshall, of Leicester, 
blacksmith. 
Defendants. — Susannah Marshall, relict of William Marshall (who 
was brother to John Marshall the elder), and Tobias his son 
and heir. 
John Marshall died about 1655, when complainants were under age, and 
William administered his estate. He also died shortly after, and Susannah his 
widow and Tobias his son came into possession of not only his estate but also 
the estate of John Marshall. Defendants will not now give complainants their 
due. — Vol. i., App., p. 17. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford IV., 588. 
24th May, 1699. 

Complainant. — Samuel Marshall of Eshold, co. York. 
Defendant. — Joseph Marshall. 

Edward Marshall of Yeadon, co. York, grandfather of complainant and 
defendant, married Jennett, daughter of William Womersley, and by so doing 
became proprietor of certain lands, etc., in Horsforth, which the said Jennett 
inherited from her father. By Jennett, Edward Marshall had issue, Samuel (the 
eldest), father of complainant; Abraham (the second), father of defendant; 
William, Joseph, Jeremy, Elizabeth, and Mary. Samuel Marshall, the com- 
plainant, should come into this property, being eldest son of the eldest son of 
Edward Marshall. But defendant will not allow him to do this, pretending that 
Jennett conveyed the said property to his father Abraham, by a deed dated 14th 
May, 1628. — Vol. i., p. 282. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington III., 353. 
21st April, 1697. 
Complainant. — Richard Marshall, the elder, of Longhope, co. 

Gloucester, son of late William Marshall of Longhope. 
Defendant. — Anne Marshall, widow. 

William Marshall, owing some money, got orator to pay it for him, and 
promised to return it. In November 1670, he died, leaving great sums of money, 
and his wife Elizabeth administered the estate. Elizabeth also died, making 
Thomas, orator's younger brother, executor, and shortly after Thomas also 
died, making his wife Anne executor. Anne will not pay orator his debt. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington II., 279. 
15th Nov., 1690. 
Complainant. — Cristopher Marshall of Masham, co. York. 
Defendant. — Marv Marshall, relict of Arthur Marshall. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 107 

Arthur Marshall, on the 28th February, i6go, died intestate, leaving some 
real estate in Carleton, Masham, Fearby, and elsewhere, which orator, being 
next heir, should inherit, but Mary Marshall, his relict, will not allow this. — 
Vol. i., p. 83 — ii. Part ii., p. 100. 



Marshall v. B urges. — Collins III., 544. 
9th May, 16S7. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Whitchurch, co. Southhamp- 
ton, and Jane his wife. 
Defendant. — Anne B urges. 

Richard Burges of Lurgarshall, co. Wilts., blacksmith, left certain messuages 
to his son William Burges, on condition that his said son would pay £20 to Jane 
his sister and now wife of complainant. William died before fulfilling his 
father's orders, and now Anne his wife refuses to do so on sundry pretexts. 



Marshall v. Parlby. — Bridges II., 173. 
4th Dec, 1693. 

Complainants. — William Marshall of Scalford, co. Leicester, gent., 
administrator of the goods of John Marshall, late of Scalford, 
his father ; and Elizabeth Wilcocks of Melton Mowbray, co. 
Leicester, widow, executrix of the will of Richard Willcocks, 
late of Melton Mowbray, her husband. 

Defendants. — Hugh Parleby and Margaret his wife. 

George Dixon, junior, late of Statherne, co. Leicester, being in need of 
money, came to John Marshall, deceased, and borrowed money from him. John 
Marshall lent it to him and entered into an agreement dated 7th December, 1675, 
by which it was agreed that the money should be returned with interest in or 
before May next ensuing. Richard Willcocks also entered into a similar agree- 
ment with George Dixon. George Dixon, being unable to pay on the agreed 
day, delivered into Richard Wilcock's hands an indenture of feoffment or deed 
of purchase of land lying in Statherne, which the said Richard Willcocks and 
John Marshall were to keep until the moneys were returned. George Dixon 
died, and the land descended to Margaret, wife of Hugh Parleby, who refuses 
to acknowledge complainant's right to it. — Vol. i., p. 154. 



Marshall v. Marshall.— Mitford V., 318. 
15th July, 1663. 

Complainant. — Henry Marshall of Egton Banks, in the parish of 
Lyth, co. York, son of Ralph Marshall of Oakbar Holme, co. 
York. 

Defendant. — Margaret Marshall, relict of William Marshall, eldest 
son of Ralph, also complainant's father. 

On the 19th July, 1643, Ralph Marshall died intestate. William, his eldest 
son, came into the real estate lying in Oakbar holme and Egton Banks. About 
three weeks after the said Ralph's death Jane his wife also died intestate. Both 
Ralph and Jane were possessed of a large personal estate which should in part 
have come to complainant. But complainant being not then of age, William 
administered the estate and never gave complainant his share, though he was 
always promising to do so. About four years since William died, and now Mar- 
garet his relict refuses to acknowledge complainant's claim. 



IOS NOTES OF CHANCERY SLITS. 

Marshall v. Agar. — Mitford II., 112. 
1 2th Feb., 1652. 

Complainants. — Henry Marshall of the Lordship of Egton, co. 

York, yeoman, and Mary his wife. 
Defendant. — William Agar. 

Peter Agar, son of William Agar, married oratrix, and said William promised 
to give him a certain sum of money on his marriage. Peter died before he 
received this, and now William will not give it to oratrix, his relict. Mary, 
oratrix, is now wife of Henry Marshall, and is daughter of John Keld, late of 
Harwood Dale, co. York. — Vol. i., p. 274. 



Marshall v. Maddison. — Hamilton III., 464. 
17th Nov., 1662. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Kingston upon Hull, co. York, 

marriner. 
Defendant. — Robert Maddison. 

Thomas Robertson of Humberston, co. Lincoln, and Elizabeth Hansard, 
mother of said Thomas, or one of them, were seized of some land in parish 
Trusthorpe and a close called South Somerhead, in co. Lincoln. This property 
they or one of them sold to William Marshall, complainant's uncle. William 
died about 22 years since, and the property went to Ralph his brother. Ralph 
sold the same to orator, who is Ralph's son. But Robert Maddison claims the 
property bv right of descent through Thomas Maddison his grandfather, and 
William Maddison his father. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton IV., 638. 
19th March, 1707. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Thedlethorpe, co. Lincoln, eldest 
son and executor of the will of William Marshall, late of 
Thedlethorpe, co. Lincoln. 

Defendant. — William Marshall and Katherine Marshall (now 
Odlinge), brother and sister to complainant. 

William Marshall made his will on the 21st August, 1706, leaving certain 
sums of money to William and Katherine, his two younger children, an annuity 
of £40 per annum to Grace his wife, and the residue of his estate to com- 
plainant, his eldest son. At the time of his father's death complainant was 
with his regiment, he being a lieutenant, and also for some little time after. 
When he got home he found his brother and sister had been selling a great deal 
of his personal estate (that left him by his late fatherl, and with the help of 
Thomas Odlinge of Hammersmith, whom Katherine Marshall married, com- 
mitted other fraudulent practices. — Vol. i., p. 13. 

Marshall v. Barnard. — Collins II., 231. 
6th Nov., 1677. 

Complainants. — William Marshall of Thedlethorpe. co. Lincoln, 
and Grace his wife, sole daughter of William Smyth, late of 
Humberstone, co. Lincoln. 

Defendants. — Thomas Barnard, Anthony Allenson, and others. 

William .Smith, father of the defendant Grace, about 1672 made his last 
will and left her the bulk of his estate, which she was to receive on her majority 
or marriage. He made Anthony Allenson and others executors thereof. Also 
John Smith made his will in 166S, this John Smith being Grace's grandfather, 
and left oratrix ,£50, which she was never paid by her father William, who was 
John's executor. The defendants will not account for the personal estate of 
the late William, Grace's father, nor give her her due. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. IO9 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton I., 233, 25. 
16th Jan., 1713. 

Complainant. — William Marshall of Braybrooke, co. Northampton, 
one of the sons of Richard Marshall of Braybrooke, deceased. 

Defendants. — Susannah Marshall, widow, and Robert Marshall, an 
infant, by Susannah his mother. 

Richard Marshall in his lifetime was seized of sundry closes, lands, and 
hereditaments in Braybrook and upon the 4th February, 1703, made his will, 
leaving complainant a legacy of ,£100, and sbortly after died. After his death 
Thomas Marshall his eldest son took possession of his property, and some time 
after, without having paid complainant, died, leaving Robert, his eldest son. 
Complainant has applied to Robert for his legacy, but Robert, confederating 
with his mother Susannah, refuses to give it to him. 

The defendants in answer say Thomas Marshall, in Bill named died leaving 
Robert his son and Hannah his daughter and Susannah his wife. Defendant's 
have never refused to pay complainant his legacy. — Vol. i., p. 312. 



Marshall v. Marshall.— Mitford IV., 574. 
1 st May, 1696. 

Complainant. — William Marshall of Wray, co. Lancaster, son of 

John of Wray. 
Defendant. — Thomas Marshall, who married the sister of John 

Marshall, complainant's father. 

John Marshall had an estate in Wray, and in June, 1676, died, leaving com- 
plainant, his only son, then aged eight years, and one daughter named Jennett, 
since married to one Robert Fletcher of Melling. Upon pretext of relationship, 
Thomas Marshall, the defendant, took out letters of administration and 
administered John Marshall's estate. He has, however, cheated complainant. — 
Vol. ii., pp. 33, 34. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton Depositions, II., 275 ; 
James I. Mitford I., 72. 

Complainant. — Robert Marshall. 
Defendant. — Alice Marshall, widow. 

John Marshall, deceased, was husband to Alice, defendant, and lived at 
Exeter. Robert, the complainant, is brother to John Marshall, deceased, the 
younger. The dispute is in connection with money left by John Marshall to his 
brother. — Vol. ii., p. 10. 



Marshall 7'. Payne. — Mitford V., 330. 
3 Dec, 1677. 

Complainant. — Jael Marshall, relict of James Marshall, late of 

City of Exeter, deceased. 1 
Defendants. — Hugh Abell, Cristopher Payne, Andrew Stavicke, 

and others. 

James Marshall, in consideration of a marriage between oratrix and him 
did by indenture grant certain lands he had in St. Olave and elsewhere, within 
the City of Exeter, to her after his death. The defendants have now entered 
into possession, and pretend the property was mortgaged to them for considerable 
sums of money. 

1 He was of Exeter, Brewer, in 1665. — See Marshall v. Tucker. — Hamilton 

III., 470. 



110 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Stavicke. — Mitford II., 216. 
3rd Dec, 1677. 

Complainant. — Jael Marshall, relict of James Marshall, late of 

the City of Exeter, and daughter of William Mercer. 
Defendants — Andrew Stavicke and others. 

The late James Marshall had some land in the Parish of St. Olave, and also 
some in the north part of the City of Exeter. The last mentioned land was by 
indenture conveyed to oratrix on John Marshall's death, in consideration of a 
marriage portion given to said James Marshall by William Mercer. But one 
Hugh Abell, combining with Andrew Stavicke and others, have taken possession 
of the premises. — Vol. ii., p. 13. 



Marshall v. Heather. — Bridges V., 627. 
27th Jan., 1700. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Sharlston, co. York. 
Defendant. — Samuel Heather of London, apothecary. 

The complainant was settled with his wife and family at Selby, when 
Samuel Heather, brother of complainant's wife, urged him to remove with his 
family to Sharlston, and take a farm there belonging to the said defendant. 
This farm was in bad repair, but Heather promised to put it in good repair if 
complainant would take it on a lease for three years. This complainant did, 
but defendant will not perform his part of the bargain. — Vol. i., p. 309, etc. 



Thomas Marshall. — Reynardson I. and II., 431. 
28th Nov., 1699. 
Complainant. — Thomas Marshall, eldest son of Humfrey Marshall, 

deceased, late of Combes Head, co. Derby. 
Defendant. — Humfrey Marshall the younger, 4th son of Humfrey 
Marshall the elder. 

Humfrey Marshall the elder and his heirs had conveyed to them land lying 
in Chapel le Frith, co. Derby, by Thomas Month and Anne his wife. To the 
use of Humfrey Marshall for life, then to orator for life, then to George, second 
son of Humfrey the elder, then to Godfrey, third son of the said Humfrey, and 
after to the use of any other sons of the said Humfrey. Orator married the 
daughter of Roger Worthenton. Defendant pretends the said premises belong 
to him by deed, being conveyed to him by Humfrey the elder, Humfrey the elder 
being dead. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington III., 535. 
13 May, 1703. 
Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Hinckley, co. Leicester. 
Defendants. — Nathaniel Marshall and Elizabeth Flavil, both chil- 
dren of Elizabeth Marshall, orator's mother. 

Thomas Marshall being in debt conveyed to his mother his house at 
Flinckley, and also some land at Earleshilton, co. Leicester, on the understanding 
that she (orator's mother) would pay orator's debts and leave said home, etc., 
to orator in her will. This she never did, leaving orator nothing, or next to 
nothing, and his brother and sister, the defendants, all. — Vol. i.. pp. 231-3. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. Ill 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford II., 116, 123. 
26th May, 1652. 

Complainant. — Anne Marshall of Little Tew, co. Oxford, executrix 
of the last will of John Marshall, her late husband, and of 
Edmund Marshall, son of the said John and Anne. 

Defendant. — Ralph Marshall. 

Anne Marshall before exhibited a Bill against Ralph Marshall the elder and 
Ralph Marshall the younger, his son, for the payment of certain sums of money 
intrusted to them for her use by her late husband. After the lawsuit, com- 
plainant and defendant agreed to submit unsettled differences to John Cary. 
But John Cary confederating with Ralph Marshall the elder is endeavouring to 
cheat complainant. — Vol. i., App. 10. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford III., 473, 25. 
29 Jan., 1705. 

Complainant. — Anne Marshall, relict of Hezekiah Marshall, who 

worked for Government at Deptford, co. Kent. 
Defendant. — Thomas Marshall, father of Hezekiah Marshall. 

Thomas Marshall had left him a great number of valuables and a great deal 
of money by Hezekiah in trust for Anne, complainant, and will not account 
properly for them. — Vol. i., App. 34. 



Marshall v. Corhett. — Reynardson IV., 86. 
24th Oct., 1679. 

Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall of Westminster, relict of James 

Marshall of St. Martin in the fields, co. Middlesex. 
Defendant. — Nicholas Corbett. 

Robert Parsons of Waybridge, deceased, late husband of oratrix, by his will 
left some copyhold land held according to the custom of the manor of Cobham, 
co. Surrey, to Elizabeth the oratrix. After his death Elizabeth married James 
Marshall. James Marshall being in debt one Thomas Poole promised to relieve 
him on condition that Elizabeth would convey said lands to him. This Eliza- 
beth did, but Thomas Poole promised that upon receipt of the money given to 
Elizabeth again he would return her the land. Nicholas Corbett has the land 
now, and refuses to give it up to oratrix. 

Marshall v. Corbett. — Reynardson II., 416. 
1 2th May, 1683. 

Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 

co. Middlesex, widow, relict of James Marshall. 
Defendants. — Nicholas Corbett and Thomas Poole. 

Robert Parsons, late of Weybridge, co. Surrey, was in his lifetime seized of 
some lands in Surrey. These by his will he left to Elizabeth his then wife, and 
after her death to Symon Walter his uncle, the oratrix's late father. Both Eliza- 
beth and Symon Walter are dead, and the lands should descend to oratrix. But 
defendants endeavour to defraud her of her rights. 



Marshall, Richard, — Collins III., 542. 
4th Jan., 1695. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall of London, cordweaver. 
Defendants. — Alice Battin of Nuberry, co. Berks. ; Michael Hull- 
cupp of Baghurst, co. Southampton ; and John Deane. 



112 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Thomas Hullcupp, deceased, was seized of land, etc., in the parish of 
Baghurst, co. Southampton, and being so seized married Jane Marshall, com- 
plainant's mother. Because of this marriage he settled the said lands on Jane 
and her heirs, if he should die without heirs. This he did, and complainant is 
entitled to the property, being next of kin to Jane, that is eldest son of Jane by 
her former husband John Marshall. But the defendants claim the said property 
and endeavour to oust orator. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford V., 330, 51. 
28th May, 1679. 
Complainant. — Steven Marshall of Ashover, co. Derby. 
Defendant. — Martin Marshall. 

William Marshall, father of both complainant and defendant, was in his 
lifetime seized of land, etc., in Bradwall, co. Derby, and dying, about 1660, 
intestate, complainant should come into the property, being his eldest son. But 
Martin his (complainant's) younger brother pretends William the father, by a 
deed in his lifetime, conveyed the said property to him, and molests com- 
plainant. 

Marshall v. Gray. — Whittington II., 95. 
4th Oct., 1662. 
Complainant. — Gilbert Marshall of Houghall, co. Durham. 
Defendants. — Ralph Gray and Barbara his wife. 

Complainant having occasion to borrow money went to one William 
Calverley, late of Newcastle, and got him to lend him some ,£700, and Richard 
Marshall of Gray's Inn, London, and himself became bound in the sum of 
^1000 for repayment, several other people standing security. But the said 
William Calverley, not thinking his money secure, asked orator to sell him his 
manor of Sellaby, which he did. Now defendants, who are the admistrator's 
of William Calverley, try to make orator pay the ,£1000, the bonds never having 
been cancelled as they ought. 

Marshall v. Stamford.— Mitford II., 208. 
14th Feb., 1675. 

Complainants. — Richard Marshall of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex, 

and Katherine his wife, and John Skinner. 
Defendant. — Alice Stanford. 

Katherine and John Skinner, orators, were executors of the will of 
Nicholas Skinner. Nicholas Skinner was owed £100 by Anthony Stanford and 
Alice his relict will not satisfy the said debt, though Anthony died worth a great 
deal of money. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington III., 522. 
19th Jan., 1670. 

Complainant. — Gilbert Marshall, late of Houghall, co. Durham, 
deceased, son of Gilbert Marshall of same place. 

Defendant. — Richard Marshall of Gray's Inn, London, uncle of 
complainant. 

Gilbert Marshall, father of complainant, wanted to renew a lease of the 
manor of Heburne, co. Durham, and borrowed £600 from his brother Richard 
to do this. Richard now pretends the manor belongs to him. 

Marshall v. Marshall.- — Whittington II., 249. 
27th Jan., 1698. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex. 
Defendants. — Jane Marshall, and Gilbert Marshall her father. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. I 1 3 

Orator married one Jane Cannon, relict of Henry Cannon, and the said 
Jane by deed conveyed certain lands lying in Harpedon, co. Hertford, and some 
others lying in Luton, co. Bedford, to orator. She died, and her daughter Jane 
Cannon, married Gilbert Marshall, junior, son of Gilbert Marshall, orator's 
elder brother, Jane daughter of Gilbert Marshall, junr., and Jane his wife, now 
claims said property as heir to orator's wife Jane. 

Marshall, Richard. — Reynardson I. and II., 435. 
2nd Dec, 1696. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex. 
Defendant. — Jane Marshall, daughter and heir of Jane Marshall 

deceased, late wife of Gilbert Marshall of Sellaby, co. Durham, 

daughter and heir of Jane Cannon. 

Jane Cannon had lands, etc., in Harpedon, co. Hertford, and within the 
parish of Luton, co. Bedford. In the year 1662 orator married Jane Cannon, 
she having previously conveyed the said lands to him. Now the defendant 
pretends the lands should descend to her. — Vol. ii., p. 4. 



Marshall 7'. Fossiehe. — Hamilton III., 394. 
11 Feb., 1650. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Wisbich in the Isle of Ely, co. 

Cambridge, son of John Marshall of the Isle of Ely, by 

Jackomye his first wife. 
Defendants. — Alice Marshall, second wife of John Marshall the 

father; James Marshall and William Marshall her sons; and 

others. 

John Marshall the father made a will in favour of Alice and Alice's children, 
but he revoked that will and made one favourable to complainant. The second 
will has got into defendant's hands, and they pretend the first was never can- 
celled. John Marshall the father died in June last past. No mention of Fossicke 
in the Bill. 

The answers of Alice Marshall, widow, and William Marshall, 
gentleman, to the Bill of John Marshall. 

They believe it to be true that John Marshall, gentleman, in the Bill named, 
late husband of the defendant Alice, and father of the defendant William, was 
seized of lands in Cambridge, North Notts., and Lincoln, also land in the Isle 
of Ely. The said John had issue by his former wife, complainant, and by the 
defendant Alice two sons (that is to say) this defendant William Marshall, and 
James Marshall, and four daughters now living. They never had any deeds 
other than those given them by the will of the late John Marshall. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Hamilton, Depositions I., 271. 

Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on behalf of John 
Marshall, gentleman, complainant, against William Marshall, 
gentleman, and Alice Marshall, widow, defendants. 

John Marshall, father of complainant, had land in Marshland, co. Norfolk. 
He made his last will 21st April, 1650. William Marshall, defendant, is son of 
John Marshall the elder, and brother of complainant. 

John Marshall the elder had complainant by Jacomy his first wife. Com- 
plainant married Alice. 



II 4 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshallv. Marshall. — Hamilton III., 434. 
1652. 
Complainant. — Frances Marshall of the Isle of Ely, co. Cambridge, 
one of the daughters of John Marshall of Wisbich, deceased, 
by Isaac Degge of London, her guardian. 
Defendant. — William Marshall. 

John Marshall before he died made William his son executor of his last 
will, and made him promise particularly to give oratrix £500 as stated in the 
will, and besides that a yearly sum, the amount of which orator knows not. 
William her brother has never yet fulfilled the trust reposed in him.— Vol. i., 
App. p. 13. 



Marshallv. Lacy. — Collins II., 143, 216. 
21st Oct., 1657. 
Complainant. — William Marshall of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex. 
Defendants. — Thomas Lacy, John Mann, Thomas Scott, and 
others. 

Complainant had certain marshlands and tenements in the Isle of Ely, co. 
Cambridge. These were useless, owing to the water. But lately the Earl of 
Bedford drained the land, and orator's property has become valuable. The 
defendants have unjustly taken possession. 



Marshallv. Budd. — Collins II., 147. 
1660? 
The answer of John Budd, defendant, to the Bill of John Marshall, 
complainant. 

He says it is true William Budd, the complainant, John Marshall's grand- 
father, and this defendant's father was seized of property in the parish of 
Wellington, co. Somerset. It is true Edith, William Budd's eldest daughter, 
married John Marshall, complainant's father. He denies that his father ever 
made a deed giving certain property called Roegreene to the complainant's 
father. 



Marshallv. Cowlam. — Mitford V., 318. 
24th Oct., 1660. 
Complainant. — Charles Marshall of Great Limber, and heretofore 

of Little Limber, co. Lincoln. 
Defendant. —William Cowlam . 

Complainant, Charles Marshall of Kirmingtonne and William Cowlam 
entered into a Bond with Sir Edward Rosseter, which has become due. William 
Cowlam will not pay his share of this, nor will he pay other sums of money 
which he owes complainant. 

Marshall v. Cowlam. — Whittington I., 63. 
22 Nov., 1661. 
Complainant. — Charles Marshall of Crowston (late of Little Limber) 

co. Lincoln. 
Defendant. — William Cowlam. 

Complainant was tenant to Sir Edward Rossiter of Somerby, co. Lincoln, 
and could not pay his rent. William Cowlam lent him money to do so, said 
money to be repaid on a certain date. Complainant could not do this, and 
defendant first took his stock, and then wanted full payment of the Bond. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. I I 5 

Marshall v. Ellis. — Hamilton III., 560. 
24th Jan., 1681. 
Complainant. — John Marshall an infant by Jonathan Coulam of 

London, dyer. 
Defendant. — Richard Ellis. 

John Marshall the complainant is the only son of John Marshall, who was 
the eldest son of Charles Marshall, late of Kirmington, co. Lincoln, yeoman, 
who married Mary King, the eldest daughter of John King, late of Wootten, 
co. Lincoln. John King had property in Wootten and Kermington and else- 
where, and this property should come to complainant, he being the legal heir, 
his grandfather Charles Marshall having married John King's daughter Mary 
King. But one Richard Ellis claims to be nearer and has entered into possession. 
Vol. i., p. 113. 

Marshall v. Unctt. — Hamilton II., 239, 119. 
13 Jan., 1662. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall the younger of Longdon, co. 

Stafford. 
Defendants. — Alice Unett of Longdon, widow, and others. 

John Unett of Longdon and Robert Shipton in February, 13th Charles II., 
sold two copyhold closes in the manor of Longdon, to Richard Marshall, Eliza- 
beth his wife, and their heirs, and afterwards died. The defendants now try to 
force complainant from the premises, pretending they belong to them on account 
of a former lease. 

Marshall v. Lyeett. — Hamilton II., 240, 88. 
22 Nov., 1647. 

Complainants. — Hugh Marshall of Longdon, co. Stafford, and 
Margaret his wife, daughter of John Browne, late of Longdon, 
deceased. 

Defendants. — Henry Lyeett, William Clerke, and others. 

The defendants had some land called Sandy Glades in Longdon left them in 
trust for Richard Brown by the late John Brown, upon this condition, that if the 
said Richard did not, within a certain time, pay ^40 to oratrix then the land was 
to go to her. Richard did not pay the money in the given time, and the land 
ought to come to oratrix. — Vol. i., App. pp. 2, 3. 



Marshall v. Watson. — Whittington II., 139. 

Complainant. — Anthony Marshall of Kirby Kendall, co. West- 
moreland. 
Defendants. — Henry Watson and James Watson. 

Complainant married Jennett, daughter of Henry Watson, and niece of 
James Watson. The said Henry and James promised a marriage portion with 
her of /So which they will not now pay. 



Marshall v. Kniveton. — Hamilton III., 416. 
29th Nov., 1652. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of London, draper, son and heir of 
George Marshall, late of Diseworth, co. Leicester, and 
Katherine his wife, said George being son and heir of George 
Marshall of Diseworth, co. Leicester, and Margaret his wife. 

Defendants. — Joseph Kniveton and Anne his wife. 



Il6 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Certain lands in Diseworth, Leicester, were in possession of George the 
grandfather, from him they descended to George the son, then to George the 
grandson | orator's brother), and then to Rebecca, daughter of George the grand- 
son. All these people being dead the lands should come to orator, but defendants 
having got hold of certain deeds endeavour to defraud orator of the premises. 

Marshall v. Stowe. — Whittington II, 114. 
22nd Nov., 1673. 
Complainant. — Sarah Marshall, relict of John Marshall, late of 

Diseworth, co. Leicester. 
Defendant. — William Stowe. 

Complainant should by law have a third part of the property of her husband. 
But defendant will not allow her to enjoy this, pretending the late John Marshall 
owed him money. 

Marshall v. Trentham. — Collins II., 168. 
20th June, 1664. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Diseworth, co. Leicester, gent. 
Defendants. — James Trentham, James Abney, and others. 

Complainant's wife being sister to one James Abney, late of Loughborough, 
co. Leicester, complainant with James Trentham backed a bill for the said James 
Abney ; in other ways, James Abney and James Trentham (who is James 
Abney's stepson, being the son of his now wife by a former husband) became 
indebted to complainant, and now they confederate to defraud him. — Vol. i., 
pp. 144, 233. 



Marshall v. Shelford. — Hamilton III., 399. 
1 8th May, 1652. 

Complainant. — Samuel Marshall of Much Waltham, co. Essex. 
Defendant. — Robert Shelford. 

Samuel Marshall married Elizabeth, daughter of William Shelford. William 
promised said Samuel, complainant, ^80, as Elizabeth's marriage portion. 
William Shelford died before it was paid, and Robert his son will not pay it. 



Marshall v. Chibome. — Mitford I., 6. 
16th Oct., 1605. 
Complainant. — William Marshall of Orsett, co. Essex. 
Defendants. — Cristopher Chiborne, William Hurte, and others. 

Complainant should have some land in the manor of Orsett as great grand- 
son of Richard Hurte, but Christopher Chiborne and the other defendants who 
are trustees for the property endeavour to defraud him of it. 



Marshall v. Cowell. — Hamilton III., 457. 
17th June, 1654. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of Queenborough, marriner, and 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Thomas Smith, late of 
Feversham, co. Kent. 
Defendants. — Jonas Cowell, and Francis Smith, an infant. 

Thomas Smith left Elizabeth, wife of John Marshall, a legacy of £50, which 
defendants will not give her. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 117 

Marshall v. Cowell. — Collins II., 170. 
5th July, 1655. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Milton, next Sittingborne, co. 

Kent. 
Defendants. — Jonah Cowell, William Evans, and others. 

Orator's wife, Elizabeth, is the daughter of Thomas Smith, late of Fever- 
sham, and should receive certain legacies in the shape of debts which were due 
from the defendants to Thomas Smith at the time of his death. But defendants 
will not pay their debts. 



Marshall v. Roive. — Whittington I., 496. 
18 July, 1682. 

Complainant. — Philip Marshall of Crediton, co. Devon. 
Defendants. — John Rowe and others. 

Philip, complainant, intermarried with one Agnes Lee, and upon said 
marriage put ,£200 in John Rowe's hands in trust for the said Agnes during her 
life. Agnes is dead, and now John Rowe pretends the ,£200 belongs to him. 



Marshall v. King. — Whittington I., 33. 
12 May, 1652. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Abbott Ripton, co. Hunting- 
don. 
Defendant. — Thomas King. 

John King by his will made 28 August, 1633, left £60 apiece to his three 
children, Mary, James, and Robert. If any of these died the survivors to divide 
the legacies. He made Thomas King his second son executor of his will. Mary 
King married complainant, and on her coming of age received her legacy. 
Shortly after she died, but before her death James died under age. Complainant 
therefore claims a moiety of James's legacy. — Vol. i., App. p. 11. 



Marshall v. London. — Mitford I., 60. 
1st June, 1644. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of Wimbish, co. Essex, brother of 

Stephen Marshall of Walden, co. Essex. 
Defendant. — William London and Martha his wife, sister and 

administratrix of the goods of the late Stephen Marshall. 

On the 8th of April, 1643, Stephen Marshall made his last will, and left 
everything to John Marshall, complainant, and his children. But Martha, the 
defendant, had letters of administration granted to her without right, and keeps 
all Stephen's estate. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Bridges II., 206. 
26th May, 1699. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall of St. Clement's Danes, Middle- 
sex, butcher. 

Defendants. — Samuel Marshall a minor by Edward Stanton the 
elder his guardian and Rebecca his wife, Michael Bennett and 
Lvdia his wife. 



Il8 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Hannah Marshall, late wife of orator, about two years since possessed 
herself of certain household valuables of orator's. The said Hannah, having 
done this, employed the said valuables in trade. On the 24th February, 1698, 
Hannah died when orator was away from home. On orator's return he found 
nearly all his valuables had been removed by Samuel Marshall his son, Mansell 
Bennett of St. James's, Westminster, and Lydia his wife, and Edward Staunton 
of St. Marten's in the fields. The confederates pretend they have removed 
nothing, and will not give the valuables up because complainant does not know 
what they are. 

Michael Bennet and Lydia answer that they received some trifles from 
Hannah upon her deathbed, in return for ,£4 lent to Hannah by Lydia, who was 
her sister. They believe Hannah owned herself the things they received. 

Edward Stanton says Hannah Marshall separated from her husband because 
of his mistreatment, and excepting the house which she had left her by her 
mother, Sarah Rolph, she had at that time nothing in the world. Edward 
Stanton and Rebecca his wife helped her in her poverty, but complainant never 
did, nor had Hannah any of his goods at her death. 



Marshall v. Barker. — Bridges III., 282. 
4th Feb., 1692. 
Complainants. — William Marshall of London, baker, and Elizabeth 
his wife, and Anne Barker an infant by the said William 
Marshall her guardian. Elizabeth and Anne are daughters of 
Richard Barker of Rotherith, co. Surrey. 
Defendants. — Richard Barker and others. 

William Barker, grandfather of oratrix, had certain property called the Bell 
and the Little Custom House. This he left to his wife Elizabeth, and after her 
death to descend to his eldest son, and after to the children of his eldest son. 
Both he and his wife died, leaving two sons, Richard and George. Richard died 
some time since, and oratrices ought to have come into possession. But George 
the son of William the grandfather, taking advantage of oratrices' infancy, took 
possession of the property and shortly after died. Richard his son is now in 
possession and will not leave. 



Marshall v. Pritchard. — Bridges IV., 422. 
9th May, 1662. 
Complainant. — Symon Marshall of Dedington, co. Oxford, executor 
of the last will of Elizabeth Gilkes, late of Dedington, his 
grandmother. 
Defendant. — William Pritchard. 

About 1652 Elizabeth Gilkes gave William Pritchard £200 in trust for her 
daughter Elizabeth Marshall, since deceased, and late wife of Edward Marshall 
of Dedington. Should Elizabeth Marshall die it was understood that that ^200 
should descend to orator, and failing orator, to his infant son Symon. But now 
William Pritchard, confederating with persons unknown, refuses to give up the 
money. 

The defendant says the money was left in trust with him for Symon, com- 
plainant's son, and therefore refuses to give any account of the money to 
complainant. 

Marshall v. Roberts. — Mitford II., 130. 
1 8th May, 1658. 

Complainants. — Isaac Marshall, Anne Marshall, and Martha 
Marshall, children of Margaret Marshall and infants, by Ann 
Shewell of Greet, parish Winchcombe, co. Gloucester, widow, 
sister to their mother. 

Defendants. — Thomas Roberts, William Reeve, and others. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 119 

The infants' late grandfather, Giles Roberts, left to Margaret Marshall and 
her heirs an annuity of ,£100. The defendants now endeavour to defraud com- 
plainants of their right to this money, the will of the said Giles Roberts having 
been lost. 



Marshall v. Love. — Mitford II., 102; Hamilton I., 237, 99. 
27 November, 1650. 

Complainants. — Erasmus Marshall of East Rudham, co. Norfolk, 

and Dorothy his wife. 
Defendants.— Henry Love of Cranworth and Mary his wife. 

Thomas Walpole was seized of some lands in Cranworth, in co. Norfolk, 
which he sold to defendants for £210. Shortly after this Thomas Walpole died 
intestate. Dorothy the complainant being his next heir claims ,£300, but defen- 
dants combining with others refuse to give her the money, pretending that 
Thomas Walpole has a son living. 



Marshall v. Crofte. — Whittington I., 42. 
12 Feb., 1699. 

Complainants. — Robert Marshall and Anne his wife, daughter of 

Robert Croft, deceased, co. York. 
Defendant. — Jennet Croft, widow. 

James Croft, uncle of oratrix, was seized of lands in the parish of Leeds, 
and of a great personal estate. He died about 1643, and in his will left £zo to 
oratrix, besides other legacies, notably to Robert Croft, eldest son of Robert, 
oratrix's father, and Anne Croft, daughter of Thomas Croft, oratrix's uncle and 
testator's brother. But now Jennet Croft, relict of the late James Croft the 
testator, and his executrix, will not pay the £20 legacy. 



Marshall v. Hodgson. — Hamilton I., 238, 108. 
13th Feb., 1651. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of North Allerton, co. York, grocer. 
Defendants. — James Hodgson and Margaret his wife. 

Complainant upon his marriage with Phillis Fossicke got a promise of a 
certain marriage portion from Lancelott Fossicke, Phillis' father. Before he was 
paid this both Lancelott and Phillis died. Now James Hodgson and Margaret 
his wife, daughter of said Lancelott and executrix of his will, refuse to pay the 
marriage portion. 

Marshall v. Harrison. — Mitford I., 47. 
30th Nov., 1697. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of North Allerton and Elizabeth his 

wife and others. 
Defetulants. — John Harrison, Robert Thorpe, and others. 

John Harrison and other defendants have through some means got hold of a 
great deal of the personal estate of the late John Scott, oratrix's father, and will 
not give it up to oratrix his next heir. 



Marshall 7'. Fairfax. — Hamilton I., 221, 41 ; 229, 46 ; 234, 9; 

235, 43 ; Collins, Dep., 128. 
3rd Feb., 170S. 
The answer of Thomas Lord Fairfax, Baron of Cameroon, in that 
part of Great Britain called Scotland, to the Bill of Henry 
Marshall, complainant. 



120 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

He believes his father Henry Lord Fairfax, did borrow of William Marshall, 
the complainant's grandfather, £500. He believes Thomas Lord Fairfax, in the 
Bill named, deceased, was in his lifetime seized of the manor of Rigton. Henry 
Marshall's father was William Marshall and his grandfather was William. — Vol. 
i., p. 317. 



Marshall v. Saunders. — Reynardson III., 3. 
17th May, 1642. 

Complainant. — Ingram Marshall of Newington, co. Kent, brother 

of Thomas Marshall, both sons of Thomas Marshall. 
Defendants. — John Saunders and Alice his wife. 

Thomas Marshall, complainant's brother, on the 26th January, 1618, made 
his will, and by it gave complainant all the lands left him by his late father, 
Thomas Marshall, in Newington. To Alice Marshall his wife £50, also £25 
now in the hands of David March his father in law. To Alice Marshall his 
daughter £50, to be paid when she is eighteen years old. He made complainant 
executor, and gave him the residue of his goods. The defendants pretend the 
said will is not genuine. — Vol. i., p. 121. 



Marshall v. Saunders. — Mitford V., 314. 
14th Feb., 1649. 

Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall of Great Wytley, co. Worcester, 
spinster, administratrix of the goods of Elizabeth Marshall, 
late of Inchberrowe or Inclerowe, co. Worcester, widow. 

Defendant. — Anne Saunders, relict of John Saunders. 

William Marshall, deceased, had property called Cockhay, situate in 
Oddingley, co. Worcester, and died so seized. His son John entered into the 
premises and died without issue. One Elizabeth Marshall also died with a great 
personal estate. Oratrix is heir to both John and Elizabeth, and should inherit 
their estates. But Anne Saunders, whose husband owed the late Elizabeth £20, 
will not pay, and confederating with others also keeps from her certain deeds. — 
Vol. i., App. p. 10. 



Marshall v. Mabyn. — Bridges I. 7. 
25th May, 1650. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Pomiestocke, co. Cornwall, 
and Honor his wife ; Robert Webb of the same parish and 
Phillipe his wife, the daughters of one John Mabyn late of 
Pomiestock, deceased. 

Defendant. — Andrew Mabyn, son of Alexander Mabyn, brother of 
John. 

One Alexander Mabyn being possessed of some property called the Souther 
Beare Ball, Easter Beare Ball, and Norther Beare Ball, did about 161 r, in con- 
sideration of a marriage between John Mabyn (his son and oratrice's father) and 
Anne Mill, daughter of Diggory Mill, convey the said property to the said John. 
Afterwards John being in need of money, regranted the said property to his 
father as security for the payment of certain sums of money lent to him by his 
father at that time. Shortly after this John died, and Alexander came into the 
said property. He also died, and Andrew Mabyn his son refuses to give up the 
property to oratrixes, who are entitled to it. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 121 

Marshall v. Prees, — Mitford II., 134. 
23 June, 1658. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Leomster, co. Hereford, 
yeoman, and Sybell his wife, and James Phillips of 
Southericke, ? Southwark, co. Surrey, gardener. 

Defendants. — James Preece, William Preece, and William Webb. 

John Morris, deceased, of Kinnersley, had in his lifetime certain lands in 
Kinnersley. He settled these on himself for life, then on Margery his wife, and 
afterwards on their heirs. John and Margery had issue, Walter, Elizabeth, and 
Johan, and they both shortly after died. Walter then entered the premises and 
married Katherine, daughter of Oliver Preece. Elizabeth, daughter of said John 
Morris, married and had issue Sybel, oratrix. Johan married John Phillips and 
had issue James Phillips, orator. Walter, the said son of late John Morris died, 
and Katherine his wife took possession. She has sold the property aforesaid to 
defendants, which she had no right to do. 

Marshall v. Price. — Collins II., 235. 
20th June, 1679. 

Complainant. — Sybell Marshall of Leominster, co. Hereford, relict 

of Marshall. 

Defendants. — James Price, Thomas Price, and William Webb. 

John Morris, of the parish of Kinnersley, co. Hereford, oratrix's late grand- 
father, had some land in Kinnersley. John Morris died 60 years since, leaving 
Walter Morris his son, who died without issue, and Elizabeth his daughter, 
oratrix's mother. Oratrix ought to inherit this land as her mother's heir, but the 
defendants, who had a lease of it from John and Walter Morris, pretend it is 
theirs. 

Marshall v. Price. — Collins II., 152. 

The several answers of James Price, William Price, and William 
Webbe, defendants, to the Bill of Thomas Marshall and Sybil 
his wife. 

They say they are willing to pay Sybil the £15 due to her as being daughter 
of Elizabeth, who was daughter of John Morrice. 



Marshall v. Stephens. — Mitford II., 155. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Oakesey, co. Wilts., and 
Margaret his wife. 

Defendants. — Henry Stephens and Henry Blanford. 

Margaret, oratrix, is the daughter of the late Thomas Earle. This Thomas 
Earle left her ^80 in his will, and made his wife Margaret executrix thereof, and 
defendants overseers. Margaret has paid the £80 to defendants, but they will 
not pay oratrix. 

Marshall v. Earle. — Mitford V., 319. 
28th Nov., 1665. 
Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Oakesey, co. Wilts., and Mar- 
garet his wife, daughter of Thomas Earle, late of Kemble, co. 
Wilts. 
Defendants. — Mary Earle, relict of Thomas Earle, and Henry 
Blandford the elder, of Poole, and Henry Stephens of Kemble. 

About twenty years ago Thomas Earle made his last will and left oratrix £So. 
This money he put into defendants' hands as trustees for oratrix, and now they 
will not pay. 

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122 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall V. Coventry. — Hamilton I., 239, 60. 
5th April, 1687. 

Complainant. — Frances Marshall, widow, administratrix of the 
goods of William Wakelyn, late of Cashalton, co. Surrey. 

Defendants. — Francis Coventry and Dame Elizabeth Hoskyne ah. 
Coventry. 
William Wakelyn was in the service of Dame Elizabeth, both before and 

after her marriage with Frauncis Coventry. At divers times he lent her money, 

in all amounting to £200. William Wakelyn is dead and defendants refuse to 

pay oratrix the sum. 

Marshall v. Waterer. — Whittington II., 151. 
Dec, 1684. 
The answers of Frauncis Coventry and Dame Elizabeth Hoskins 
to the Bill of Frances Marshall, widow, complainant, also the 
answer of Margaret Waterer. 

Margaret Waterer says she never took any of the goods of William 
Wakelyn, which she had not a right to. 



Marshall v. Jeffreys. — Bridges, Depositions, Chas. II., 400. 
Interrogatories. 

Do you know complainants, Thomas Marshall and Anne his wife, William 
Bouner and Douglas his wife, and defendants, Herbert Jeffreys and Susannah 
his wife and William Palmer ? Did you know Sir Henry Vaughan, knight, late 
grandfather of the said Anne and Douglas ? How long is it since he died ? 
Did you know John Vaughan, son of Sir Henry and father of the said execu- 
trices ? How long is it since he died ? Did you know Douglas, widdow of 
the said John Vaughan, deceased, and Frauncis and Henry Vaughan, deceased, 
sons of the said John ? Do you know the manor of Kirkham ? Did not it belong 
first to Sir Henry Vaughan, then to Francis (John dying before his father), then 
to Henry ? Did not Henry mortgage the said property to Lady Rockingham, 
and did not Thomas Marshall and the other complainants redeem the same ? 
Witnesses were examined at Blyth, co. Nottingham. 

Marshall v. Jeffreys. — Whittington, Depositions, 807. 
23 Sept. 1675. 
Depositions taken on behalf of Herbert Jeffreys and Susanna his 
wife, defendants, to the Bill of Thomas Marshall and Anne 
his wife, William Bonner and Douglas his wife, taken at the 
house of Cristopher Conyers, in Stonegate, city of York. 

Thomas Langley of the city of York, says, he knew Sir Henry Vaughan, 
Francis Vaughan, and Henry Vaughan, but did not know John Vaughan, but he 
believes the said John died before Sir Henry, and knows Sir Henry died in 1655, 
and that Francis Vaughan and Henry Vaughan are also since dead. The com- 
plainants Anne and Douglas, and the defendant Susanna, are sisters and heirs 
of the said Henry, who was brother and heir of Francis, who was son and heir 
of John, who was son and heir of Sir Henry. Knows the manor of Kirkham. — 
Vol. ii., part i., p. 107. 

Marshall v. Glossoppe. — Collins V., 278. 
25 Nov., 1681. 
Complainant. — Gilbert Marshall of Banketopp, in the parish of 
Hope, co. Derby, and Margaret his wife, late relict of 
Edmond Glossoppe of Offerton, in the said parish of Hope. 
Defendant. — Richard Glossoppe. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 23 

Robert Glossoppe of Ryeley, in parish of Hope, had lands in the said parish 
and left them to Margaret the complainant, his mother. Margaret entered into 
possession, but now Richard Glossope, testator's elder brother, tries to oust 
complainant. 

Marshall v. Glossopp. — Collins, Depositions, 124. 
25 April, 34 Chas. II. 

Interrogatories to be administered on behalf of Gilbert Marshall 
and Margaret his wife and William Glossopp, infant, against 
Ralph Glossopp, defendant. 

Did you know Edmund Glossopp late of Offerton, in the parish of Hope, 
co. Derby? Did you know Robert Glossopp, second son of the said Edward ? 



Marshall v. Crookc. — Collins II., 209. 
13th Nov., 1672. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall of Denby, co. York, yeoman, 
brother and heir of Richard Marshall, clothier, of Penistone, 
co. York, deceased, who died without issue about 1670. 
Richard's mother is Joane. 

Defendant. — John Crooke, clerk. 

Richard and his mother Joan borrowed some money from John Crooke, 
father of defendant, mortgaging to him some land lying in Showbread, also 
some land called Shacklerowes (? Thacker Rowes). If the interest and principal 
of said loan were not paid by a certain date the lands were to go to John Crooke. 
John Crooke, Joan, and Richard died. Now John the son tries to force the 
orator (who inherited the lands from his brother) to give him the land, though 
he is willing to pay both principal and interest of the debt. 

Marshall v. Crookc. — Collins II., 209. 
24 Feb., 1672. 

The answer of John Crooke, clerk, to the Bill of Complaint of 
Thomas Marshall. 

It was agreed between the parties that if Richard and Joan his mother or 
their heirs should fail to pay John Crooke, father of this defendant, or his heirs, 
the agreed sums upon the agreed dates, that then upon John Crooke or his heirs 
paying £1$, they should have the property for ever. — Vol. i., p. 277. 



Marshall v. Buriuard. — Bridges I., 33. 
16th May, 1657. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of St. Lawrence in Ilketshall, co. 
Suffolk, tayler, and Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of 
William Cullingforthe of Mettingham, co. Suffolk. 

Defendants. — William Burward and Frauncis Burward. 

William Burward, father of Elizabeth the oratrix and Frauncis her brother, 
did upon her marriage with William Cullingforthe promise her ,£100. This was 
never paid in the life of the said William Cullingforthe, and now the defendants 
refuse to satisfy the debt. 



Marshall v. Emsworth. — Collins II., 118. 
28th Sept., 1648. 

The answer of Henry Emsworth, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of John Marshall, complainant. 



124 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Anne Parkhurst was sister to Katherine Stedd. He married Katherine with 
the approval of Anne Parkhurst. Complainant was executor of Anne Park- 
hurst's will and defrauded defendants and Anne, daughter of Katherine, of their 
inheritance. 

Marshall v. Stedd. — Bridges I., 26. 
23 Jan., 1656. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of St. Bride"s, London. 
Defendants. — Robert Stedd, Katherine his wife, and Anne Stedd 
his daughter, infant. 

Anne Parkhurst of Southwark, co. Surrey, cousin of orator, did at her death 
leave him some money. This money Katherine Stedd, wife of Robert Stedd and 
sister of the late Anne Parkhurst, pretends should belong to Anne her daughter. 



Marshall v. Sparke. — Whittington I., 34. 
nth Nov., 1646. 
Complainant. — Anthony Marshall of Howden, co. Yorke, and 

Jeane his wife, late relict of Edward Musgrave, and others. 
Defendant. — Robert Spark and others. 

Edward Musgrave gave defendants a messuage in settlement of a debt, but 
now defendants claim the debt from complainant Musgrave's heirs. 



Marshall v. Fanshawe. — Collins II., 105. 
n June, 1649. 
Complainant. — Frauncis Marshall, citizen of London. 
Defendants. — Thomas Fanshawe and Katherine his wife. 

Thomas Knighton was in his lifetime seized of the manor of Bayford, co. 
Hertford, He had two sons, Thomas and John, and he settled Bayford on John 
his younger son. At his death John entered into possession. John had issue 
George and Ralph (who had issue Anne, who is orator's mother). George had 
issue John, who died without issue. The property ought therefore to come to 
orator through Anne. But Thomas Fanshawe, son of Sir Thomas Fanshawe 
and Katherine his wife, pretend some right to the estate. 

Marshall v. Sheere. — Hamilton I., 220, 28. 
6 June, 1653. 
Complainant. — Anne Marshall, widow, relict of Henry Marshall, 

late of Hackney. 
Defendant. — Mary Sheere, widow. 

John Knighton, esq., deceased, was in his lifetime seized of lands in co. 
Hertford. Upon his death the same came to his son Sir George Knighton, who 
died without issue. It then descended to Ralph, brother to Sir George, and he 
had one daughter, namely oratrix. But now Mary Sheere, confederating with 
others, pretend oratrix has no right to the property. 

Marshall v. Gardiner. — Collins II., 130. 
1656. 

Complainant. — Anne Marshall, widow. 
Defendant. — Mary Gardiner, widow. 

The defence of Mary Gardiner. — She denies that upon the death of John 
Knighton, son of Sir George Knighton, deceased, the manors of Little Amwell 
and Renetts Hall should by right have descended to complainant, as John 
conveved them awav in his lifetime. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 25 

Marshall v. Stevenson . — M itford II. , 136. 
31st Oct., 1660. 
Complainant. — Richard Marshall of London and Susan his wife. 
Defendant. — John Stevenson. 

Roger Stevenson, who married Katherine Page, aunt of Susan, oratrix, 
owed Susan some money which now John Stevenson his son, his father being 
dead, will not pay. 



Marshall v. Cholmeley. — Reynardson I., 408. 
10th Nov., 1634. 

Complainant. — William Marshall of Aslabye, co. Yorke. 
Defendant. — Henry Cholmeley. 

William, complainant, because his unmarried brother Thomas Marshall was 
very poor, intended to give him a close called Wrelton close. Thomas died on 
the 27th May, 1633, before the deed conveying this property was signed. Now 
Henry Cholmeley and John Armitage endeavour as trustees of the said property, 
to keep it for Thomas's heirs. William Marshall's wife is Alice. — Vol. i., p. 22. 



Marshall v. Dawes. — Collins II., 243. 
21st Oct., 1682. 
The several answers of Drew Dawes, Anne his wife, and Eliza- 
beth Nicholson, to the Bill of John Marshall. 

Drewe Dawes says William Nicholson, late of Tuddington, co. Middlesex, 
was in his lifetime possessed of the lands in Bill mentioned. He was father of 
Anne and Elizabeth, defendants. The complainant never purchased the said 
lands from defendants, who came into a part thereof, but he may have purchased 
the parts which descended to Mary and Rebecca, sisters of the defendants. 

Marshall v. Ward. — Collins II., 247. 
10 Oct., 1683. 
Complainant. — Richard Marshall, second son of John Marshall of 

Tuddington, co. Middlesex, infant, by his said father. 
Defendant. — J ohn Ward . 

Richard Marshall, late citizen of London, complainant's uncle, was in his 
lifetime possessed of lands and houses in Prince's Street and Drury Lane. 
About the 6th October, 1679, he gave the said property by will to Elizabeth his 
wife. Elizabeth shortly after by will gave the said estate to Richard, her 
nephew. But now defendant who administered her goods, tries to defraud com- 
plainant of the same. — Vol. i., App., pp. 9, 32. 



Marshall v. Beinton. — Collins II., 275. 
20th Oct., 1682. 
Complainant. — Edward Marshall of Worcester, son of John, infant, 

by Thomas Giles, guardian. 
Defendant. — Richard Beinton. 

Edward Marshall, father of John Marshall, and grandfather of complainant, 
had some lands in Worcester which ought to have descended to complainant 
upon the death of John Marshall, his father, which happened in May, 1677. 
But defendant, who is complainant's tutor, endeavours to defraud orator. — Vol. 
i., App., p. 27. 



126 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Whetstone. — Bridges I., 17. 
1655. 
Complainant. — Martha Marshall of St. Sepulchre's, London, 

spinster. 
Defendants. — William Whetstone the younger, and Simon Marshall 
and his wife. 

William Whetstone the elder, late of High Holborne, baker, about 1648 
borrowed £25 from oratrix. Shortly after he died, and his son William the 
younger refuses to pay oratrix, declaring that William the elder died without 
any estate. But he has paid other debts, such as a debt to Simon Marshall and 
Martha his wife, daughter of William deceased. 



Marshall v. Saehevcrcll. — Depositions, Bridges, 396. 
4th Oct., 17 James I. 
Interrogatories to be answered. 

Do you know Thomas Marshall, complainant, and do you know Francis 
Marshall, complainant's father, and Thomas Marshall, his grandfather ? Do 
you know the farm in Barton ? Did Thomas the grandfather buy the same from 
Elizabeth Bougham ? — Vol. i., p. 276. 



Marshall v. Rudd. — Depositions, Bridges, 396. 
5th Oct., 3rd James I. 
Interrogatories to be answered. 

Do you know the complainant, John Marshall, and the defendant, Matthew 
Rudd ? Do you know Alice Brett was owner of the messuage in question, and 
the wife of William Hull? Did not Agnes Hull, daughter of William Hull, 
marry Richard Marshall of Chelmessed, and had she not a right to the said 
messuage? What issue had Richard Marshall and his wife ? 

Answer. 

Four sons, viz. : (1) Thomas, (2) Richard, (3) John, (4) William, and two 
daughters, (1) Alice, (2) Agnes. Thomas died without issue, and Richard had 
John the complainant. 



Marshall v. Cooper. — Reynardson I. and II., 408. 
12th Feb., 1660. 

Complainant. — Robert Marshall of Stradewood, parish Netherburv. 

co. Dorsett, son of Robert Marshall of Bowood, co. Dorsett. 
Defendants. — Henry Cooper and Anne his wife, and William 

Marshall. 
Robert Marshall the elder did about 1641 make his last will, and by it, 
besides certain legacies to his daughters, did leave orator £100 to be paid by 
William Marshall, eldest son of Robert the elder, out of lands called Pomehayes 
in Netherbury, which Robert the elder left him. He also made Anne his wife 
responsible for his (complainant's) education. Anne and William were executors 
of the said will, but they have never paid complainant his legacy. Anne has 
lately married Henry Cooper. 

Marshall v. Fettiplace. — Collins II., 113. 
Nov., 1651. 
Complainants. — Oliver Marshall of Bowe, co. Middlesex, and Jane 
his wife, Cristopher Newland of Farnham, and Elizabeth his 
wife, and John Branch of Horsham, co. Sussex, and Ann his 
wife. 
Defendants. — William Fettiplace and Anne Best, widow. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. I 27 

The three oratrices were the three daughters of Nicholas Best, late of 
Horsham, deceased, Elizabeth Ede was grandmother of the said oratrices. She 
died in 1625, leaving £40 each to the said oratrices. But now William Fetti- 
place and Anne Best try to defraud them of their rights. 



Marshall v. Crompton. — Collins II., 139. 
2 Nov., 1637. 

The answer of Thomas Crompton, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of William Marshall and Anne Marshall. 

He believes that John Procter in the Bill named did make a former con- 
veyance to Sir Richard Weston, kt., of property mentioned in the Bill. 

Marshall v. Proctor. — Collins II., 139. 

Complainants. — Anne Marshall of Ridgly, co. Stafford, widow, 
executrix of last will of George Marshall, her husband, 
deceased, and William Marshall an infant, by Anne his 
mother. 

Defendants. — John Proctor, Timothy Rawlyns, and others. 

John Proctor, late of Stone, co. Stafford, held some tenements, etc., in 
Bradley, in the manor of Alton, co. Stafford. This land, because of a marriage 
between George Marshall, complainant's father, and Elizabeth the daughter of 
John Proctor, was conveyed to the said George Marshall. Elizabeth, George 
Marshall's first wife, died, and his second, Anne, the oratrix, had issue, William 
the orator. John Proctor and others endeavour to keep this land from him. 

Marshall v. Proeter. — Mitford, Depositions, 678. 
28th Feb., 1659. 

John Davenport of Stafford examined on behalf of William and 
Anne Marshall. 

He did know George Marshall, deceased, and Elizabeth Procter his first 
wife, and daughter of defendant, John Procter. 

On the marriage of said couple, John Procter agreed to give the said George 
Marshall his lands and tenements in Bradley in the manor of Alton, co. 
Stafford, and to the heirs of the said George and Elizabeth. Failing issue, the 
lands of George and also of William Marshall, George's father, to go to Anne 
Procter, Elizabeth's sister. 

Marshall 7: Weston.— Collins II., 138. 

The replication of William Marshall by Anne Marshall his mother, 
to the several answers of Sir Richard Weston, kt., Thomas 
Crompton, John Proctor, and others. 

They say that the deed mentioned by Sir Richard Weston as having been 
indented previously is a false one. Elizabeth, wife of George Marshall, was 
daughter of John Proctor. 

Marshall 7'. Weston.— Collins II., 139. 
17th Feb., 1637. 

The answer of Sir Richard Weston, kt., to the Bill of Anne 
Marshall and William her son. 

He says it is true John Proctor in the Bill named by deed indented 8th 
September, in the third year of his now majesty, covenants to George Marshall 
and Elizabeth his then wife, all property in Bill mentioned. He had, however, 
covenanted it to defendants for certain purposes previously. 



128 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Cudmore. — Collins II., 123. 
1 ith Feb., 1653. 
Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall, relict of Alexander Marshall, 
late of Loxbeare, co. Devon, for herself and Hugh her son, 
infant. 
Defendants. — Zacharie Cudmore, gentleman, Edward Grave, and 
others. 

One George Southcote granted the advowson of the church of Loxbeare, 
co. Devon, to the late Alexander Marshall, Hugh Marshall his eldest son, and 
their heirs for ever. Now defendants endeavour to keep Hugh out of his inheri- 
tance. — Vol. i., p. 109. 



Marshall v. Smith. — Collins II., 131. 
12 Feb., 1649. 
Complainant. — John Marshall, citizen of London, sometime Queen's 

Bailliff on the then manor of Croyland, co. Lincoln. 
Defendant. — Walter Smith. 

Edward Smith of Market Deeping, deceased, got orator to lend him some 
money in April, 1631. This orator did, but Edward Smith, who was orator's 
uncle, put off the repayment of the debt, and gave out he was going to make 
orator his heir. This he never did, and Walter Smith, his executor, also refuses 
to pay the debt. 



Marshall v. Langdon. — Collins II., 194. 
30th June, 1699. 
Complainants. — Alexander Marshall of Neither Stowey, co. Somer- 
set, gentleman, and Anne his wife, daughter of John Crosse, 
late of Burlescombe. 
Defendants. — John Langdon and Anne his wife. 

Anne Cogan, grandmother of oratrix, did on the 15th January, 15th year of 
the King that now is, make her will and by it leave oratrix £70. She made Anne 
Langdon, her daughter, sole executrix. John and Anne have never paid oratrix 
her legacy, nor made an inventory of the late Anne Cogan*s estate. 

Marshall v. Langdon. — Collins, Depositions, 121. 

Interrogatories to be administered on behalf of Alexander Mar- 
shall and Anne his wife, complainants, and John Langdon 
and Anne his wife. 

What personal estate had Anne the complainant upon her marriage with 
Alexander Marshall ? What personal estate did the said John Crosse die 
possessed of? Was not Dorothy Crosse, complainant's aunt, one of the 
executors of his will ? — Vol. i., p. 77. 



Marshall v. Francis. — Collins II., 202. 
31st May, 1 67 1. 
Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall, infant daughter of John Mar- 
shall, deceased, who was son of Thomas Marshall of 
Wellesbourne, co. Warwick, by Richard Wilson, her father- 
in-law. 
Defendant. — John Frauncis and Elizabeth his wife. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. I 2Q 

Thomas Marshall the grandfather made his will 20th April, 1653, leaving 
certain property t6 John his son. Shortly after his death Elizabeth his relict 
married John Frauncis and took possession of the property unjustly. John, 
oratrix's father, dying soon after Thomas his father. 

Marshall 7'. Francis. — Hamilton II., 240, 5. 
29th Feb., 1675. 

Complainant. — Elizabeth Marshall, infant daughter of John Mar- 
shall and granddaughter of Thomas Marshall, both deceased, 
by Elizabeth Wilson, her mother. 

Defendants. — John Francis, Elizabeth his wife, and George 
Francis. 

Thomas Marshall the grandfather held lands in Bradwell, co. Gloucester, 
and did about 1653, appoint, that Elizabeth his second wife, now wife of John 
Francis, of Wellsborne, should have the profits of said lands during the minority 
of his son John. The defendants pretend that John Marshall conveyed the said 
lands to them in his lifetime. — Vol. L, App. p. 4. 



Marshall v. Perrot. — Reynardson IV., 101. 
3rd Dec, 1686. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of Warboys, co. Huntingdon, and 
Mary his wife, daughter and heir of Richard Perrot, late of 
Gamlingay, co. Cambridge, who was next brother and heir 
to Robert Perrot, late of Warboys. 

Defendant. — George Perrot of Warboys. 

Richard Perrot, father of oratrix had three brothers Robert, George, and 
Edward Perrot. Robert died intestate, and George took out letters of adminis- 
tration of his goods. But the real estate of the said Robert should have 
descended to Richard and then to oratrix, instead of which defendant has taken 
the rents and profits thereof. — Vol. i., p. igS. 



Marshall 7\ Brackley. — Reynardson IV., 100. 
1 st April, 1687. 

Complainant. — John Marshall of the Inner Temple, London, son 
of John Marshall and brother of Richard Marshall, who died 
intestate and without issue. 

Defendants. — Richard Brackley and John Brackley. 

One Luke Cordwell was to pay £goo for some lands in the parishes of St. 
Mary's and All-hallowes to Richard Brackley. ,£500 of this was in trust, how- 
ever, to the use of Anne Marshall, wife of John Marshall, complainant's father, 
and her heirs for ever. Anne and John, also Richard, complainant's brother, 
are dead, and complainant should have the £500, but defendant will not give it 
to him. 



Marshall v. Kirkc.— Mitford III., 390. 
13th Feb., 1687. 

Complainant. — Isabel Marshall of the parish of St. Giles in the 

fields, co. Middlesex. 
Defendant. — -Elizabeth Kirke, widow. 

The late Thomas Kirke of the parish of St. James, Clarkenwell, co. 
Middlesex, did by his last will leave Isabel Marshall, complainant, his daughter, 
a legacy of ,£35. He made Elizabeth Kirke his wife sole executrix, and she 
will not pay oratrix her legacy. 



130 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Cap el I. — Mitford III., 403. 
10th May, 1687. 

Complainant. — Richard Marshall of Brayles, co. Warwick, executor 
of the last will of Susannah Oakley, daughter of Humphrey 
Oakley, late of Brayles. 

Defendant. — Henry Capell and others. 

Susannah made orator sole executor of her will, and died with a great 
personal estate, chiefly in jewels and money. The defendants have taken 
possession of this estate, and will not give it to complainant. — Vol. i., p. 46. 



Marshall v. Halford. — Mitford, Depositions, 679. 
9 Jan., 1590. 
Depositions taken at Shipton upon Stowre, co. Worcester, on be- 
half of George Marshall and Christian Marshall, complainants, 
against Henry Halford and Christian his wife, defendants. 
Richard of Barcheston, co. Warwick, examined. 

Henry Halford entered into an obligation of £100 with William and Jean 
Marshall, son and daughter of John Marshall, the condition being that the said 
William and Jean should enjoy all their lives the lands in Shipton upon Stowre, 
now in occupation of George Marshall. — Vol. i., App., p. 38. 



Marshall v. Younge. — Mitford, Depositions, 681. 
13th August, 32 Eliz. 
William Marshall of the city of York, about 66 years old, was 
examined on the part of Richard Marshall against James 
Hobson, John Scott, Elizabeth Bainbridge, Jane Younge, and 
others. 

He says he knows Richard Marshall, of London, haberdasher. He also 
knew Richard Marshall of Wakefield, complainant's father. Richard the father 
had some property in the city of York. He put the said premises into the hands 
of the trustees for the use of himself and Margaret Ellys whom he afterwards 
married, for their lives, and after to their heirs. 



Marshall v. Morton. — Whittington I., 39. 
14th April, 1649. 

Complainant. — William Marshall of Stannington, co. York, and 
Anne his wife, one of the daughters of Richard Hoyland, late 
of Stannington. 

Defendants. — Godfrey Morton and Anne his wife. 

Anne, one of the defendants, is relict and executrix of the will of Richard 
Hoyland. In this will he left Anne, complainant, a legacy, of which defendants 
endeavour to defraud her. 



Marshall v. Mostyn. — Reynardson IV., 116. 
31st May, 1688. 

Complainant. — Edward Marshall of East Greenwich, co. Kent, 
glazier, and Elizabeth his wife, sister and heir of Edward 
Crumpton. 

Defendants. — Roger Mostyn and others. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 3 I 

Elizabeth, as heir to Edward Crumpton, should have come into some 
property in the parishes of Wrexham, Bromboe, and Pennly, co. Denbigh, but 
complainants being very old and living far away, the defendants have defrauded 
them of their property. 



Marshall v. Hatt.— Mitford II., 94. 
2 April, 1650. 

The answer of Thomas Hatt, one of the defendants, to the Bill 
of Anne Marshall, widow. 

He believes the said John Goodrich, father of complainant, was in his life- 
time seized of a messuage situate in St. Edmonds Bury, and that he made his 
will, leaving his eldest son John Goodrich sole executor. He married Martha 
Goodrich, sister of complainant. He does not believe the said Martha owed 
Anne Marshall any money. 



Marshall v. Burton. — Collins II., 154. 
Feb. 1636. 

Complainants. — George Marshall and Susan his wife, William 
Watson and Jane his wife, Richard Coward and Anne his 
wife, and Jeane Lewis. 

Defendant. — Sir Henry Burton, knight. 

John Lewis, deceased, had some property in the parish of St. Phillips in the 
city of Bristol. This property should by right descend to the complainants, 
the four daughters of John Eewis, deceased, but Sir Henry Burton has un- 
warrantably taken possession. 



Marshall v. Newcombe. — Whittington I., 467. 
23rd June, 1658. 

Complainant. — Edward Marshall of Tadcaster, co. York, infant, by 
Mary Taylor his mother, late wife of Edward Marshall who 
was son of Edward Marshall. 

Defendants. — Tobyas Newcombe and Elizabeth his wife, and 
William Marshall. 

Edward Marshall, grandfather of Edward Marshall, complainant, had 
certain lands and tenements in Tadcaster, also the grandfather was heir to 
certain lands, then in possession of Anne Sainter his mother and orator's great 
grandmother. The grandfather's property descended to Edward, complainant's 
father, when in his infancy, and under the guardianship of one William Marshall, 
who was no kinsman of his, but whose wife was. Now the said William, com- 
bining with Tobyas Newcombe, endeavour to keep back the property from 
complainant, Edward the father being dead. — Vol. i., p. 116. 



Marshall v. Pitt. — Collins II., 275. 
6th Feb., 1681. 

Complainant. — Joseph Marshall of Hackney, co. Middlesex, son of 

Joseph. 
Defendant. — James Pitt, infant, son of Thomas Pitt, deceased, by 

his mother, Mary Pitt. 

Joseph Marshall, complainant's father, lent Thomas Pitt, defendant's father, 
some money. The interest on this loan defendant could not pay, so he gave 
over some houses he had to Joseph the father, and told his tenants to pay their 
rent to him. The rent did not amount to the interest due. Since Thomas 
Pitt's death his son James unjustly claims the premises. — Vol. i., p. 196. 



17,2 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Towerson. — Collins II., 297. 
4 June, 1685. 

Complainant. — Thomas Marshall and Isabell his wife, both of the 
town and county of Kingston upon Hull, she being sole 
executrix of the will of Joseph Towerson of the same place. 

Defendant. — Nicholas Towerson. 

Joseph Towerson entered into a bond of ,£200 with Nicholas Towerson his 
brother. This bond Lawrence Towerson, their father, commanded in his will 
should be cancelled. Isabell, oratrix, was wife to the said Joseph, and is now 
executrix of his last will. And now Nicholas the defendant endeavours to get 
the ,£200 from defendant. 



Marshall v. Williamson. — Bridges IV., 525. 

Complainant. — Edward Marshall of the parish of St. Dunston's, 
London, executor of the last Will of Robert Burton, late of 
the parish of St. Andrew, Holburne, Middlesex. 

Defendant. — William Williamson of the city of York. 

Robert Burton had certain property at his death in the name of William 
Williamson. Upon the death of Robert Burton, orator, who was his executor, 
went to him and asked him to give up the property, but he will not, and pre- 
tends it is his. 

The answer of W T illiam Williamson to the Bill of Edward 
Marshall. 

He says for several years he has lived near the city of York, whereas Robert 
Burton lived near the city of London. He has had no business dealings with 
him whatever, and has certainly no property belonging to him in his name. 



Marshall v. May. — Hamilton I., 237, 65. 
29th Nov., 1654. 

Complainants. —James Marshall, Peter Marshall, Jean Marshall, 
sons and daughter of John Marshall, late of St. Evall, co. 
Cornwall. 

Defendant. — Humph rey M a y . 

John Marshall the father was possessed of sundry lands called Trehar. in 
the parish of St. Evall, and about twelve years since sold the same to John 
Robin? for ^150. He had other personal estate besides the purchase money for 
the said estate, and died about eleven years since, leaving all his property to 
Humphrey May in trust for orators. Humphrey May will not pay complainants 
their due, although they are all of age long since. 



Marshall v. Midgeley. — Reynardson III., 16, 18. 
15th June, 1654. 

Complainants. — Arthur Marshall of Ayslaby, co. York, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, daughter and heir of John Myers of the city of 
York. 

Defendants. — William Midgeley, William Mellish, and others. 

One William Garbut owed John Myers great sums of money, and in pay- 
ment thereof conveyed his lands in Sowerby, Bagby, and Thirske to John 
Myers. Defendants now pretend they have a prior right to the premises on 
account of a debt owing to them from the said William Garbut. — See Marshall 
v. Garbut, Reynardson III., iS, dated 15 June, 1655. — Vol. I., p. ig. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 33 

Marshall v. Hutchinson. — Whittington V., 232. 
12 May, 16S4. 

Complainants. — William Marshall of Boiling, in the parish of 
Bradford, co. York, labourer, and Alice his wife, administra- 
trix of the goods of Edward Sowden the younger, son of 
Edward Sowden, late of Eccleshill, co, York, and Martha his 
wife. 

Defendants.— George Hutchinson, and Margaret Hutchinson, 
widow. 

Edward Sowden the elder died leaving his son most of his property. Edward 
Sowden the younger died shortly after intestate. Alice Marshall, oratrix, should 
come into the property of both Edward the elder and younger, being sister to 
Edward the elder and aunt to Edward the younger, but defendants endeavour 
to defraud her of her rights. 



Marshall v. Ivey. — Whittington II., 233. 
25 Jan., 1689. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of East Dereham, co. Norfolk, and 

Martha his wife, relict of William Ivey. 
Defendants. — Shadrach Ivey and others. 

Thomas Ivey left certain lands in Yaxham and Westfields to William his 
eldest son. After William's death the said lands should come to oratrix his 
relict, but Shadrach Ivey, another son of Thomas Ivey, endeavours to get the 
same from oratrix. 



Marshall v. Thompson. — Whittington I., 477. 
31st Oct., 1667. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of Scarborough, co. York, and 

Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Cristopher Thompson. 
Defendants. — Sarah Thompson and others. 

Cristopher left a legacy of ,£1660 to oratrix his daughter, which Sarah 
will not pay. 



Marshall v. Walton. — Reynardson IV., 78. 
26th Nov., 1679. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of London, gentleman, and Nath- 
aniel Purse of Worplesdon, co. Surrey. 
Defendants. — Thomas Walton and others. 

John Berry, late of Southwarke. left complainants legacies, which the defen- 
dants, executors of John Berry's will, do not settle. 



Alar shall v. Warkman. — Hamilton I., 222, 62. 
1 ith Nov. 1706. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of Priavin, co. Worcester, and Mary 

his wife, late Mary Day. 
Defendant. — Thomas Warkman . 

Thomas Day, complainant's father, had some copyhold land in Priavin, co. 
Worcester. This should by descent have come to oratrix, but Thomas Wark- 
man pretends it belongs to him according to the custom of the manor. 



134 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

M<irshall v. Curtler.— Whittington II., 177. 
17th May, 1675. 
Complainant. — Lettice Marshall, widow, formerly wife of William 
Hereford, daughter of the late Thomas Lucy of St. James's, 
Clerkenwell. 
Defendants. — Anne Curtler, widow, Robert Curtler, and others. 
A dispute about the estate of the late Thomas Lucy, complainant's father. 



Marshall v. Wood. — Whittington II., 234. 
gth July, 1689. 
Complainant. — Francis Marshall of London, mariner, son of 

Francis Marshall, late of Erith, co. Kent. 
Defendants. — Elizabeth Marshall, relict of Francis Marshall the 
elder, and Richard Wood. 

In 16S8, Francis Marshall the elder died intestate, leaving Elizabeth his 
relict and seven children, viz., John, Elizabeth, Francis the orator, Robert, 
Dorothy, Sarah, and Edward. Elizabeth administered his goods, and con- 
federating with Richard Wood will not give orator his share. 



Marshall v. Levitt.— Whittington II., 166. 
15 May, 1672. 
Complainants. — Richard Marshall of Hinckley, co. Leicester, and 
Anne his wife, one of the daughters of the late Thomas 
Hodgkinson of Adderston, co. Warwick. 
Defendants. — Edward Levitt and Elizabeth his wife. 

Thomas Hodgkinson by his will left Anne the complainant, his daughter, 
£20, and made his wife Anne his sole executrix. Anne died without paying the 
legacy and made Elizabeth her daughter her executrix. Elizabeth, now wife of 
Edward Levitt, refuses to pay the legacy. 



Marshall v. Gore.— Whittington II., 231. 
9th June, 1687. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of the parish of St. Andrew, 
Holborne, son of William Marshall of Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
and Frauncis his wife. 
Defendants. — Humphrey Gore, Samuel Stevenson, and others. 

William Marshall, orator's father, was owed sundry sums of money by 
defendants. He made his last will on the 22nd February, 1667, and in it left 
orator his debts. Defendants will not pay complainant — Vol. I., App. pp. 13-15. 



Marshall v. Cooke. — Mitford II., 244. 
30th May, 1661. 
Complainant. — Nicholas Marshall of Taunton, co. Somerset, and 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of John Smith, late of Taunton, 
deceased. 
Defendant. — Ruben Cooke and his wife. 

Elizabeth Marshall should by rights come into some messuages in Taunton, 
which formerly belonged to her father, but defendants have taken possession. 



NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 1 35 

Marshall al's. Hall v. Marshall. — Collins II., 154. 
13 May, 1648. 

Complainant. — Humphrey Marshall al's. Hall, of Wood, in the 

parish of Hope, co. Derby. 
Defendants. — Mary Marshall and Jane Marshall. 

Complainant owed Anthony Marshall £10, which he paid. The obligation 
however was never cancelled, and Jane and Mary, daughters of Anthony, who 
is now dead, claim the money. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Mitford, Depositions, 678. 

Examination of witnesses at Exeter in suit between Robert 
Marshall, and Alice Marshall, widow. 

Edward Salter of Exeter says he knew John Marshall the elder, sixteen 
years before his death, and John Marshall the younger six months before his 
death. John the younger is brother to Robert, complainant, and John Marshall 
the elder is uncle to Robert, complainant, and John the younger. He does not 
believe John the elder has concealed any of the property of John the younger. 



Marshall v. Ball. — Whittington I., 20. 
25 June, 1653. 

Complainants. — John Marshall of Fenetterie (? Feniton), co. 

Devon, gent., and Grace his wife. 
Defendant. — John Ball. 

Richard Stofford, late brother of oratrix, held some land in Ottery St. Mary, 
co. Devon. Upon oratrix marrying with John Marshall the said Richard 
promised to leave the same to oratrix if he did not marry. He has since died 
unmarried, but John Ball and others have entered into the premises. 



Marshall v. Marshall.— Mitford IV., 574. 
1st May, 1696. 
Complainant. — William Marshall of Wray, co. Lancaster, son of 

John Marshall of Wray. 
Defendant. — Thomas Marshall. 

John Marshall, complainant's father, was at his death seized of some land 
in Wray, in the Manor of Hornby, and a good personal estate. Being so seized, 
in June, 1676, he died, leaving orator his only son an infant, and one daughter 
Jennett, now married to Robert Fletcher of Mellinge. Thomas Marshall of 
Wray, who married the said John Marshall's sister, entered into possession of 
the real and personal estate of the said John in trust for orator. He will not 
now account for it. During his minority orator lived with Robert Marshall, his 
uncle, or father's brother. 



Marshall v. Clarke.— Whittington III., 525. 
2 Jan., 1697. 

Complainant. — Roger Marshall of Lockton, co. York, and Grace 

his wife, daughter of Grace Clarke of Lockton, deceased. 
Defendant. — William Clarke. 

Grace Clarke, mother of oratrix, died in 16S7, and left some money to 
oratrix. This money William Clarke, her brother, has in his possession and 
will not give up. 



136 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Woodwarke. — Whittington I., 497. 
17 Dec, 1683. 
Complainant. — Richard Marshall of Glaisedaile, co. York, son of 

George Marshall. 
Defendant. — George Woodwarke. 

George Marshall, by indenture dated 1 ith April last past, sold to defendant 
a parcel of ground called Ellercar Close, with proviso that if Richard the 
orator should wish to rebuy it within three years he might do so. Richard 
wishes to do so, but defendant will not keep to his bargain. 



Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington I., 36. 
3rd July, 1650. 
The answer of William Marshall, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of George Marshall, executor of the last will of Elizabeth 
Cowper. 

The defendant says George Marshall should not have the sum of ,£105 plus 
interest since the death of Elizabeth Cowper. 

Marshall v. Hnnton. — Whittington II., 149. 
Nov., 1684. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of Burstwicke in Holderness, co. 
York, executor of the will of John Hull of Holmpton in Hol- 
derness, his uncle. 
Defendant. — Thomas Hunton. 

Just before his death the said John Hull intrusted Thomas Hunton with 
two bags of money which he will not now account for. 



Marshall v. Churchill. — Hamilton, 224, 71. 
29 April, 1684. 
Complainants. — Thomas Marshall of Ilminster, co. Somerset, 
physician, John Turner of Crickett, co. Somerset, Henry 
Backaller of Chard, co. Somerset, and others. 
Defendants. — Margaret Churchill, John Speke, and others. 

Margaret Prideaux of Whitelackington, relict of Edmund Prideaux, de- 
ceased, made her last will in 1683, and left complainants sundry sums of money. 
She appointed John Speke, her grandson, executor of her will, and he will not 
pay complainants their legacies. 

Marshall v. Barnard. — Mitford II.. 259, 66. 
20th Nov., 1682. 
Complainant. — Samuel Marshall of Stratford le Bowe, co. 

Middlesex, brewer, and Henry Cjuelch, and others. 
Defendants. — Henry Barnard of London and Richard Greenwood. 

Anne Chester, late of London, widow by her last will left the complainant 
legacies and made defendants executors thereof. Defendants have never paid 
complainants their legacies. 

Marshall v. Izard. — Hamilton I., 223, 23. 
26th May, 1693. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of London, executor of the last 
will of John Bynold, son and heir of Henry Bynold of 
London. 
Defendants. — Edmund Izard, William French, and others. 



I 36 NOTES OF CHANCERY SUITS. 

Marshall v. Woodwarke. — Whittington I., 497. 
17 Dec, 1683. 
Complainant. — Richard Marshall of Glaisedaile, co. York, son of 

George Marshall. 
Defendant. — George Woodwarke. 

George Marshall, by indenture dated nth April last past, sold to defendant 
a parcel of ground called Ellercar Close, with proviso that if Richard the 
orator should wish to rebuy it within three years he might do so. Richard 
wishes to do so, but defendant will not keep to his bargain. 

Marshall v. Marshall. — Whittington I., 36. 
3rd July, 1650. 
The answer of William Marshall, one of the defendants, to the 
Bill of George Marshall, executor of the last will of Elizabeth 
Cowper. 

The defendant says George Marshall should not have the sum of ^105 plus 
interest since the death of Elizabeth Cowper. 



Marshall v. Hunton. — Whittington II., 149. 
Nov., 1684. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of Burstwicke in Holderness, co. 
York, executor of the will of John Hull of Holmpton in Hol- 
derness, his uncle. 
Defendant. — Thomas Hunton. 

Just before his death the said John Hull intrusted Thomas Hunton with 
two bags of money which he will not now account for. 



Marshall v. Churchill. — Hamilton, 224, 71. 
29 April, 1684. 
Complainants. — Thomas Marshall of Ilminster, co. Somerset, 
physician, John Turner of Crickett, co. Somerset, Henry 
Backaller of Chard, co. Somerset, and others. 
Defendants. — Margaret Churchill, John Speke, and others. 

Margaret Prideaux of Whitelackington, relict of Edmund Prideaux, de- 
ceased, made her last will in 1683, and left complainants sundry sums of money. 
She appointed John Speke, her grandson, executor of her will, and he will not 
pay complainants their legacies. 



Marshall v. Barnard. — Mitford II., 259, 66. 
20th Nov., 1682. 
Complainant. — Samuel Marshall of Stratford le Bowe, co. 

Middlesex, brewer, and Henry Quelch, and others. 
Defendants. — Henry Barnard of London and Richard Greenwood. 

Anne Chester, late of London, widow by her last will left the complainant 
legacies and made defendants executors thereof. Defendants have never paid 
complainants their legacies. 

Marshall v. Izard. — Hamilton I., 223, 23. 
26th May, 1693. 
Complainant. — John Marshall of London, executor of the last 
will of John Bynold, son and heir of Henry Bynold of 
London. 
Defendants. — Edmund Izard, William French, and others. 



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MR. MARSHALL OF FLAMBOROUGIl'S PEDIGREE. 1 37 

Henry Bynold had some property in Falkner's Alley in the parish of St. 
Sepulchres, Middlesex. This ought to have descended to John his son, and 
after John to different relations mentioned in his will. But now Edmund Izard, 
William French, and others, pretend to own the same. 



Eliezer Marshall. — Collins III., 545. 
28th June, 1672. 

Complainants. — Eliezer Marshall of Ackwarr (? Wickwar), co. 

Gloucester, and Elizabeth his wife. 
Defendants. — John North and Mary his wife. 

Thomas Stephens, father of Elizabeth the oratrix, had some property at 
Winterburne, co. Wilts. He left by his will certain property to oratrix, and 
certain other to Mary, now wife of John North, his other daughter. Mary and 
John North try to defeat oratrix of her share. 



Marshall v. Kent. — Bridges, 588, Miscellaneous. 
10th Feb., 1707. 

Complainant. — Benjamin Marshall of the parish of St. Bridgett, 
London ; Henry Marshall of Cambridge, Edward Greene 
and Abigail his wife, and others. 

Defendants. — Charles Kent, Thomas Blick and Katherine his wife, 
and others. 

Benjamin and Henry Marshall and Abigail Greene are children of John 
Marshall the elder, who was brother of Katherine, wife of Nicholas Severne, 
they (Nicholas and Katherine) being grandparents of Charles Knight, late of 
Kingston, that is the father and mother of Isabel, late mother of the late 
Charles Knight. Samuel Marshall of Portsmouth, co. Southampton, is son of 
John Marshall the younger, who is son of John Marshall the elder. Charles 
Knight in his will left £2,000 to his poor relations in London. Complainants 
and defendants both claim. 



Mr. MARSHALL OF FLAMBOROUGH'S PEDIGREE. 

The annexed folding table is an exact copy of a pedigree in 
the possession of Dr. Collins of York, which is probably a rough 
transcript of one of those old vellum rolls it was the fashion for 
almost every family to have made in the sixteenth century. The 
writing is of the end of that period. 

My reason for printing it is, that, although evidently fictitious 
as to many of the statements it contains, it throws a light on the 
origin of the .arms borne by the Yorkshire and other families of 
the name, nowhere else to be obtained. It will be noticed that it 
has mostly been written without the usual lines indicative of 
descent, and that in the one or two instances where an attempt 
to give them has been made they are wrongly drawn. In the 
first two instances it is plain that they indicate, not only the 
father, but the wife's father also, and in the third instance there 
should have been a break between Sir Wm. Marshall, Kt., and 
Wm. Ferrers Earl of Derby. So far as the Marshall line of des- 
cent is shown it is evidently intended to stand thus : — 

is 



I3«S MR. MARSHALL OF FLAMBOROUGIl'S PEDIGREE. 
William Lord Marshall of England. =p 

r ' 

William Marshall Earl of Gloucester.^. . . . sister of Jervace Abtofte. 



William Marshall Earl of Gloucester & Worcester.=p. . . . dau. of Lord Stafford. 

r ' 1 

Sir William Marshall, Kt., Lord of-pAvicia. dau. of William Marshall the 

Chepstow. Party to Marriage Wolderane. Elder, Earl of Pembroke. 

Settlement, 1263. Married Isabel, d. and heir 

I ■ 1 of Richard Strongbow." 

Sir William Marshall, Kt.=f=Anne, d. & heir of Sir 

I 1 Thos. Empringham, Kt. 

John Marshall, son and heir.^ dau. of Mr. Harden. 



'J 



William MarshalL-i- dau. of Anthony Harrington. 



John Marshall, Receiver to K. Henry V.-j- dau. of Edmund Lamplugh. 

William Marshall, Lord of Empring-=pKatherine, dau. of John Marshall, 
ham, which manor he sold. 140S. I Gregory Tamworth. Mar. dau. of Leo- 

l ' nard Creek. =j= 

John Marshall, i446.=pMaud, eld. dau. and coheir of Jy 

■ 1 William Bruse. ^ 

Robert Marshall of Pickering, i46o.=p. . . . dau. and heir of John Browne. 

I ' 

John Marshall.=p 

I 1 1 1 

Richard=pAnne, dau. of Edmund=pJane, dau. of Anne, mar. Margaret. 
Marshall.. I /James Aislaby. Marshall.. I -William . . . Catherall. 

▼ ^Dallison. 

The reader should confer this with the pedigree given in Vol i., 
p. 1. It does not appear who the Mr. Marshall of Flamborough 
may have been for whom this pedigree was made. Possibly 
Thomas the eldest son of Richard Marshall, who married the 
daughter of James Aislaby. In some MSS. he is said to have 
been living unmarried in 1584, and in others to have married 
Elizabeth, the daughter of Robert Norton, and had issue Marma- 
duke and Thomas. Thomas Marshall of Flamborough married 
in 1624 Anne Creyke, widow, and in 1634 tuition of his two sons, 
George and Thomas, was granted to him as administrator of Alice 
Creyke or Crake, spinster, the daughter of his wife by her former 
husband. 

In a MS. collection of pedigrees, etc., by Gregory King, Rouge 
Dragon, now in the possession of Walter Rye, Esq., there is a 
pedigree which appears to have been copied from this. It is des- 
cribed as "The copy of a paper in y v hands of Charles Marshall 
of London, Grocer, 8° Oct., 1689," and was evidently produced 
by him when he entered his pedigree in the last Visitation of 
London. It adds the following items to this pedigree : — 

1. To the marriage of Thomas Marshall and Elizabeth Norton, 

1583, " 3 flower de luces." 

2. Ralph Marshall, son of Francis Marshall, Esq., married Betteris 

Saule, the daughter of Robert Saule, and had issue six sons 
and two daughters. Saule is subsequently spelt Sale. This 

is no doubt an error, as his first wife was Beatrice , and 

his second Elizabeth Sale. 



VARIOUS REGISTERS. 139 

3. Francis Marshall, son and heir of Henry Marshall, married the 
daughter of Richard Browne, Esq., and had issue William, 
who died without issue, and Ralph. This information is new, 
as all the previous accounts only state that he was aged one 
and a half years in 1584. Perhaps the writer confused him 
with his uncle, Francis Marshall. 

In speaking of the arms of this family, Barry of six Argent 
and Sable, a canton Ermine, I observed, Vol. i., p. 3, " This coat 
is doubtless the original bearing of most families of the name, at 
least if one may judge from several others, evidently variations 
of it, recorded by the Heralds. I am quite unable to explain its 
origin, and to show in what manner it may be deemed to be, as 
all early coats are, canting." The story told by this pedigree of 
the assumption of the Arms of Empringham in lieu of his own 
coat by Sir William Marshall who married the heiress of Sir 
Thomas Empringham, explains the whole matter by showing 
that the coat was not that of Marshall, but the Empringham coat 
assumed in lieu of change of name, which was the alternative 
condition in the settlement made in the marriage of Sir William 
Marshall with the daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Empringham. 
That the pedigree here set forth is not accurate in many of its 
statements is I think unquestionable, but this does not in my 
opinion in the least degree impair its trustworthiness as to the 
reason why the barry coat came to be used as the Arms of 
Marshall. 



EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

(Continued from p. 96J. 

Brant Broughton, co. Lincoln. 1 

1630. Alice Marshall was buried the xxvij" 1 of July. 

1635. Nicholas Marshall, churchwarden. 

1687. Richard Marshall and Priscilla Clarke were married No. 10. 

1688. Thomas, son of Richard Marshall and Priscilla his wife 

bap. Octob. 28. Thomas son of Riclv 1 Marshall was 

buried Decemb. 11. 
1712-3. Feb. 1. Priscilla Marshall, bur. 
17 15. Richard Marshall churchwarden. 

17 15. May 8. Will'm Marshal and Mary Gold mar. 

17 15-6. Feb. 19. Mary Marshall dau. of Will'm & Mary bapt. 

17 16. April 10. Richard Marshall bur. (See his will, vol. i., p. 

223). 
1733. April 4. Mary the wife of William Marshall buried. 
1733. July 5. William Marshall buried. 

1 From Transcripts at Lincoln. 



140 VARIOUS REGISTERS. 

From Transcripts of Binbrook St. Gabriel's Register, 
Dean and Chapter's Transcripts at Lincoln. 

1663. Maria Marshall fil» Stephen, et Earbie Marshall bapt. 13 

Martii. 
1666. Thomas Marshall the son of Stephen and Earbie Marshall 

was bapt. the 7 day of Oct. 
167 1. Frances dau. of Stephen and Earbie Marshall bapt. 11 

June. 
1679. Stephen Marshall, buried. 
16S6. Lancelot Marshall, adult, bapt. 
1683. George Gibbon and Irby Marshall were marryed g hT y 13"'. 

Holy Trinity, Hull. 

1576. Elizabeth dau. of Symon Marshall, bapt. 
1602. July 22. Mary dau. of George Marshall, bapt. 



1566 
1 575 

!59! 

1627 
l6 35 



Marriages. 

May 13. John Marshall & Jane Harvy. 
John Marshall & Margaret Skinner. 
Symon Marshall & Cicely Foskett. 
July 14. Thomas Marshall & Eliz 1 " Adams. 
Abraham Marshall & Joan Baker. 
Nicholas Marshall. Buried. 

St. Mary's, Hull. 



1574. James son of John Marshall, Bapt. 

1577. Margerie, wife of John Marshall. Buried. 

1579. Robert, son of William Marshall bapt., & buried. 

1581. James, son of W m Marshall. Bapt. 

1588. William Marshall, shipwright. Buried. 

From Transcript of Moulton Register at Lincoln. 

1591. John Webster and Betteris Marshall married, May 28. 

1620. John Younger and Katherine Marshall, married, Feb. 18. 

1630. John Marshall and Prudence Gaudge. Married. Dec. 16. 

1631. Buried. Thomas Alius Joh'is Yonger et Katherine Mar- 

shall, Martij 28 . 
1675. Samuell filius Johan' Marshall et Elianor, bapt. Martij 24. 
John Marshall was churchwarden in 1707. 

From Transcript of Whaplode Register at Lincoln. 

15S7. Rychard Marchall & J one Awcrofte were maryed the 5 day 

of Ocf. 
1587. Ales Marshall the dau. of Tho' Marshall was bapt. the vi. 

day of March. 
1590. Adam the sonne of Thomas Marshall was bapt. the ix" 1 

daye of Aprill. 
1616. Adam Marshall and Elizabeth Roberts maryed the 20 May. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 141 

1618. Robert the son of John Marshall, carpent', babt. 4 Oct. 
16S7. Eliz. f. John Marshall, bapt. Sept. 22. 
1693. Robert Marshall, buried, August 31. 



1633. Israel Marshall & Mary Thewlis. Married. 1 Sculcoates, 

near Hull. 
1592. Symon Marshall & Maryon Young. Married. Sutton, 

near Hull. 
1600. April 20. John Marshall and Jennet Pitt. Married. 

Transcript of Fclkirk Register at York. 
1739. Tho" Marshall of Bassingham and Mary Doubleday of 

Avvburn marry 'd May 3 d . Transcript of St. Swithin's 

Register at Lincoln. 
1638. John Marshall and Anne Everit were married the eight day 

of June. Transcript of Whaplodc Drove Register at 

Lincoln. 
1657. James Marshall, bach r , of S' Mathew, Friday S', and 

Elizabeth Maddison spinster of this. Banns published 

in Cheapside Market, Nov. 4, 11, 16. 
1655. June 22. John Marshall of S l Giles, Cripplegate, and Ann 

Halton of S l Botolph, Bishopsgate. Married. Register 

of St. Bartholomew the Great, London. 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES OF WILLS AND ADM'ONS. 

(Continued from Vol. ii., part ii.,p. 6j). 

Wills at Lichfield. 3 

William Marshall, senior, of Hilton, co. Derby, yeoman. Dated 
gth Feb>', 17 13- 14. My house & croft adjoining in liberty of 
Hilton to be sold at Discretion of my executrix. To my eldest son 
W" 1 £1. My executrix to dispose of the lease I have from Duke 
of Devonshire. My children to have residue of my estate, viz., 
Dorothy, Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Eliz" 1 , and Liddia. Wife Ruth 
executrix, and friend Thomas Heacock of Ask overseer. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Heacock, Thomas Bankcraft. Proved 6th April, 
1722. On another sheet is written, I W m Marshall son of W m 
Marshall of Hilton, co. Derby, renounce my right to personal 
estate of the said William and licence Ruth Marshall my mother- 
in-law to administer the same. Dated 19th Nov 1 ', 1720. 

Adm'on of Mary Marshall of Dore, co. Derby, to Hannah 
Turner, of Dronfield, spinster, her daughter, and Joseph Parker, 
of Dronfield, Butcher, 3 Oct 1 ', 1723. 

Mary Marshall of Dore, co. Derby, grants on 19th Feb?, 17 19, 
all her estate to her daughter Hannah Turner. 

George Marshall of Whitwell, co. Derby, yeoman, dated 31 
August, 1721. My house and land to my wife for life, and after to 

1 See Vol. i., p. 269, Note. 2 See Vol. ii., pp. 44-48. 



142 NOTES OF WILLS. 

my son John Marshall. To my two sons John and Matthew 12 
pence each. To Eliz. Hoard, Mar)' my 2 ml daughter, and Isabell 
Harrison, each 12 pence. Isabell Marshall my grandaughter. 
Residue to Joan my wife, and makes her sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses John Raynes, Rich 1 ' Raynes, Thos. Major. Proved by 
Joan Marshall the relict 5 Oct 1 ", 172 1. 

Anne Marshall of Derby, widdowe. Dated 21 October, 1697. 
My body to be buried at discretion of my executors and of my son- 
in-law Ferdinand Low and his wife. Whereas Henry Walker, 
late of London, clerk, my late brother, left me a legacy of £"200, 
about which there was a law suit in chancery which I won ; I 
leave what remains of the same to my two grand children Anne 
and Francis Ward, and appoints them executors. Said Ferdinand 
Lowe, John Smith of Osgathorpe, co. Leicester, and my coz. John 
Daykeyne, overseers. Witnesses, John Welstrapp, Eliz. Kinop, 
John Dakeyne. Proved by Anne Hedges als. Ward, and Francis 
Ward, 16 April, 1703. 

Richard Marshall of Salbridge, in Parish of Woolfhamcoate, co. 
Warwick, Shepeard. Dated 20 May, 1703. To my sisters Eliz. 
Marshall of Salbridge, and Hannah Yorke of Shawell, and my 
kinsman Thomas Goode of Flecknoe, son of my sister Sarah 
Goode, dec d , my houses and lands in Flecknoe wherein Samuel 
Shirtland lives to be equally divided between them. These houses, 
lands, etc., were left to me by the Will of my kinsman Henry 
Tompkins, late of Flecknoe. To aforesaid Eliz. Marshall and 
Hannah Yorke that close in Flecknoe called Nicholas Close, now 
in occupation of Robert Chambers. To Elizabeth my new 
dwellinghouse in Salbridge. The residue to my sister Eliz. whom 
I appoint executrix. Witnesses, Thomas Quinney, John Adams. 
Proved by Eliz. Marshall, 14 Oct r , 1703. 

Thomas Marshall of Derby, co. Derby. Dated 27 January, 
1682-3. To my wife and executrix my dwelling-house and all my 
personal estate on condition she pay my debts and give to my 3 
sons John, Thomas, and Joseph, £j each when they reach 14 
years, and to my daughter Elizabeth £y when she reaches 18 
years. If my wife fail to do this I give power to W ,n Brookehouse 
my friend and John Marshall my brother to sell my house and pay 
my legacies. Witnesses Benjamin Smedley, W m Brookhouse, 
junr., Jonathen Marshall. Proved by Elizabeth his relict, 26 April, 
1683. 

Edward Marshall of Derby, carpenter. Dated 14 May, 16S1. 
To my 5 children John, Eliz., Edward, Mary, and Ann, 55. each. 
To my child which my wife now goes with 55. if it live. The 
residue to Hannah my wife whom I appoint executrix. I appoint 
my friend Richard Hopkinson, and my loving brother Joseph 

Ma ? (Marshall) overseer. Witnesses, Francis Gilbert, 

Richard Hopkinson, Joseph Moore. Proved by Hannah Marshall, 
22 Septr., 1681. 

Richard Marshall, the elder, of Tansley, in the Parish of Crich, 
co. Derby, yeoman. Dated 26 January, 1679-80. My daughter 



NOTES OF WILLS. 143 

Eliz. Kilhare. Whereas Humphrey Marshall my son promised 
at his marriage to pay £20 to whomsoever I bequeathed it in my 
will, I bequeath it as follows ; £6 to Richard Marshall my son, 
and £14. to my wife Eliz. To my daughter Eliz. Kilhares' two 
children, 205. each. To my son Richard's four children, £4. To 
my son Humphrey's two children, 55. To my son George Mar- 
shall, 55. To my son Edward Marshall, 55. To M r Joseph 
Topham 205. The residue to my wife, whom I appoint my 
executrix. Witnesses, Anne Pursglove, Henry Flint, Jos. Top- 
ham. Proved by Eliz. Marshall the relict, 23 March, 1679-80. 

Wills proved in Court of Dean and Chapter 
of Lincoln. 

Thomas Marshall a fellowe of Burghershe Chauntry in Lincoln 
Cathedral. Dated 5 May, 1539. To sister Cecile Est vj s viij d . 
Proved 10 May 1539. Book A., fo. 78. 

John Marshall of Owmby in Searby, husbandman. Dated 28 
Aug., 1557. To be bur 1 in Searby Church. Son Tho s Marshall. 
To Poor of Grasby and Clixby. Daurs. Eliz" 1 , Agnes, and Joane. 
House and lands at Owmby to son Tho* Marshall with rem 1 ' to son 
Henry Marshall. Supervisor John Wilkinson. Witnesses, Ed- 
mund Wymarke, vicar of Searby, and Edmund Good. Proved 8 
Sept., 1557. Book A., fo. 177. 

Johan Marshall, sp r , of Scredington. Dated 23 Dec, 1576. 
Brother Bartfr Marshall. Sister Eliz 11 ' Marshall. Residue to 
father in law Geo. Stockdale and appoints him executor. Proved 
9 Jan., 1576-7. 

Thomas Marshall of Melton Ross. Dated 25 May, 1580. To 
son Robert Marshall a cottage, &c, at Kirmington, and -jf-fo. To 
youngest son Richard Marshall £40. Son W m Marshall. Daurs 
Dorothy, and Ellen Marshall. Steven Richardson of Wotton and 
his wife Frances my daughter. Wife Elizabeth. Proved 9 June, 
1580. 

Henry Marshall of the Close of Lincoln, cooke. Dated 10 Dec, 
1582. Gives all to wife Johan. Proved 8 Feb., 1582. 

Joan Marshall of the Close of Lincoln, widow. Adm'on 7 
March, 161 3, to Elizabeth Osney alias Marshall and Isabella 
Kingston alias Marshall her daughters. Sureties, Ambrose Osney 
of Stainton by Langworth, yeoman, and Thomas Kingston of the 
Close of Lincoln, gent. 

Richard Marshall of North Kelsey. Adm'on 28 June, 1616, to 
his widow Margaret. 

Dean and Chapter's Wills, New Index. 

1620-7. Chrisf Marshall of Dalbie, fo. 123. 
1630-52. Rob 1 Marshall of New Sleeford, fo. 104. 
1630-52. Simon Marshall of North Kelsey, fo. 179. 



144 NOTES OF WILLS. 



Names of Marshalls in the Indexes to Inventories 
at Lincoln. 



1528 

J 543 
1546 

J 547 
1566 

!5 6 7 
1588 

1590 
1591 
1592 
1594 
!597 
1604 
1607 
1608 



Richard Marshall of Grantham. 
John Marshall of Spillesbie. 
Marion Marshall of Gosbertowne. 
Tho" Marshall of Bostonne. 
'•"Marshall of Stepinge. 
"Marshall of Lincoln. 

"Marshall of Lednam. "Marshall of Sutton. 
"Marshall of Quarrington. 
"Marshall of Billingaie. 

Roger Marshall of Holbech. 1 "Marshall of Haltonne. 2 
"Marshall of Hicame (? Hykeham). 
"Marshall of Lincoln. 3 "Marshall of Fishtoft. 4 
Rob. Marshall of Conesby. 
W'» Marshall of Billingburgh. 

Tho s Marshall of Marshchapel. John Marshall of Horn- 
castle. 
1609. "Marshall of Hackonbie. Rob. Marshall of Snelland. 

The following in another volume of Index : — 

1549. Marshall, John, of Pulham, 131. Marcyall, W ,n , Sturton, 

226. 

1550. Marshall, Jo., Sturton, 142. Marshall, W m , Spaldinge, 

172. Marshall, John, Algarkirke, 236. Marshall, Rob., 
Billingaie, 267. 

1552. Marshall, Alison, Boston, 184. 

1553. Marciall, Cuthbert, Esterheale, 33. 

1556. Marshall, Rob., Mumbie, 187. 

1557. Marshall, George, Gouxill, 180. Marshall, Rob, Aslackbie, 

376. Marshall, W" 1 , Billingaie, 563. 

1558. Marshall, Marc [blank], 401. Marshall, Will" 1 , Sedg- 

brook, 605. Marshall, Robert, Crowland, 692. Marshall, 

John, Rathbie, 949. 
1569. Marshall, Stephen, Gunnerbie, 87. 
1571. Marshall, Percival, Boston, 174. 
1574. Marshall, Laurence, Lincoln, 137. 
1580. Marshall, Tho s , Clee, 259. 
1583. Marshall, Tho s , Canwicke, 31. 
1591. Marshall, Tho s , Carlton, 377. 

"Christian Names not given in Index. 

1 1592. June 9. Adm'on of Roger Marshall of Holbech, to Agnes his widow 
"in persona Will'mi Ingram" Inventory, £\i 6s. iorf. 

2 1592. Sept. 12. Adm'on of John Marshall of Halton to Joan his widow. 
Inventory, £63 14s. 8d. 

On June 11 in this year Adm'on of Agnes Cade alias Marshall of Holbeach, 
was granted to her son William Cade "in persona Chfoferi Addington de 
Moulton." Inventory, ^"12 13s. 6d. 

a 1597. April 16. Adm'on of William Marshall of Lincoln, to Isabella his 
widow. 

■1 1597. May 12. Adm'on of John Marshall of Fishtoft to Elizabeth his 
widow. Inventory, ,£13 6s. 8d. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 1 45 

1591. Marshall, Eliz"', Gouxill, 435. 
1594. Marshall, W 1 ", Luddington, 184. 
1607. Marshall, W"\ Brandon, 59. 

Adm'ons (Lincoln), 1637 and [638 

1637. Marshall, John, Thedlethorp, 

1638. Marshall, Tho , Tathwell. 
1638. Marshall, W m , Ashby. 
1638, Marshall, W"\ Freiston. 

From Adm'on Act Books, Lincoln, 1568 to 1579. 

1568. July 16. John Marshall of Edlington. Adm'on to Alice 

his widow. Inventory, £19 35. 8c/. 
1571. Aug. 26. James Marshall. Adm'on to John Marshall of 

Tattershall, brother of dec 1 . Inventory, 66s. Sd. 
1573. Thomas Markall of Demelbie. Adm'on to Marg' his 

widow. 

From Probate and Adm'on Act Book at Lincoln, 
1611-1618. 

1613. Nov. 26. W 1 " Marshall of Tidd S' Mary. Adm'on to R d 
Marshall his son. Inventory, £62 10s. &d. 

1615. Oct. 12. John Marshall of Londonthorp. Adm'on to his 
widow Margaret. Inventory, £70 6s. Sd. 

1615. Nov. 17. Robert Marshall son of Robert Marshall late of 
Snelland dec 1 . Adm'on to Suzanne Tointon alias Mar- 
shall wife of William Tointon of Snelland, mother of s d 
Robert Marshall the son. Inventory, 30s. 

1617. John Marshall of Bassingham. Adm'on to his widow 
Margery. Inventory, £"44 is. Sd. "The debtes exceed 
the goodes very muche. 

From Adm'on Act Book at Lincoln, 1629-32. 

1629-30. Jan. 2g. Elizabeth Marshall of Goxhill, widow. 
Adm'on to her brother George Marshall. Inventory, 
£g 16s. Sd. 

1630. May 22. Henry Marshall of S' Katherine's without, 

Lincoln. Adm'on to his brother William Marshall of 
Sutton Bonington, co. Nott'", lainus. Inventory, £35 
14s. 6d. (Fol. 32.) 

1631. Sept. 1. John Marshall of Holbech. Adm'on to his 

widow Isabella. Inventory, £13 4s. od. 

1632. June 6. Christopher Marshall of Kirmington. Adm'on 

to Eliz. Foxe alias Marshall wife of W"' Foxe of 
Immingham, and daur. of deceased. Inventory, £125 
13s. 6d. 
1632. July 26. Thomas Marshall of the City of Lincoln. 
Adm'on to his widow Mary. Inventory, £5 5s. Sd. 
Debita excedunt bona. 

19 



146 NOTES OF WILLS. 

From Probate and Adm'on Act Book at Lincoln, 
1665-1674. 

167 1 . May 6. Richard Marshall of East Halton, yeom. Account 
of Eliz"' Marshall widow and administratrix of the 
deceased. Inventory, £214 145. 8d. 

1C74. Nov. 6. Elizabeth Marshall of East Halton, widow. 
Adm'on to Edward Legerd of Gresby testamentary 
guardian of Elizabeth Marshall daughter and executrix 
of deceased, a minor. £142 165. 8d. See Vol. i., p. 220. 

Probate and Adm'on Act Books, 1582-1594. 

1584. Apl. 6. Adm'on of Reginald Marshall of Moulton to his 

father James Marshall. Inventor)', £13 05. gd. 
1587. July 4. Adm'on of Marg 1 Marshall of Brandon to Alice 

Winter alias Marshall her sister. 
1587. March 28. Adm'on of William Marshall of Kingerbie to 

his brother Alexander Marshall. 
1587. March 15. Adm'on of Anne Marshall of Sutton to 

Randall Borowe next of kin. Inventory, £xxi., xvi. 
1587. Oct. 21. Adm'on of Margery Marshall of Gayton to 

Joanna Suttonne of Irforth next of kin. Inventory, 

465. 3^. 

1587. Aug. 30. Adm'on of Margaret Marshall of Wrangle to 

her sister Eliz. Lee by her proctor John Lee to the use 
of W m Marshall and John Boston her children. Inven- 
tory, £13 16s. io<7. 

1588. Feb. 21. Adm'on of Richard Marshall of Sutton S' Ed- 

mund to Joan his widow. Inventory, £19 125. 6d. 

1590. July 25. Adm'on of Jenett Marshall of Quarrington to 

Vincent Barton of Silk-Willoughbie to the use of Marg 1 
and Edmund Marshall his children. Inventory, 465. 

1591. Oct. 4. Adm'on of R d Marshall of Billingaie to Agnes 

his widow. Inventory, £111 35. 



The Will of Robert Burton of S l Andrews, Holborne, co. Midd., 
cook. Dated 14 Dec, 1678. My body to be buried in Parish of 
S' Giles in the fields in the Church there. My mother Mary 
Burton. My uncle William Williamson. To my godson Robert 
Cooper son of John Cooper of St. Andrew's, Holborne, £10. To 
my friend M 1 ' Sam 1 Bishopp, 105. To M rs Lydia Pierson 105. The 
residue to my friend Edward Marshall of S l Dunstan in the West, 
London, Cooke, and appoints him executor. He proved 8 Dec, 
1678, in P.C.C. (Vide ante, p. 132.) 

Marmaduke Marshall of the City of Westminster, gentleman. 
Dated 15 June, 1661. My children and grandchildren shall be 
paid the sum of 12 11 each. Residue to wife Susannah Marshall, 
and makes her executrix. Elizabeth More a witness. Proved by 
relict in P.C.C, 8 July, 1661. (114 May). See Vol. i., 135. 



NOTES OF WILLS. 1 47 

Will of Paul Marshall of the Hamblett of Lymehouse in the 
parish of Stebunheath alias Stepney, yeoman, and late of the He 
Garnesey, being in the said He borne and brought up, and being 
bound on a voyage to the East Indies. Dated 13 January, 1654. 
John Grove of Lymehouse and Susan his wife universal legatees 
and executors. She proved, and power reserved to John Grove, 
20 July, 1657, in P.C.C. 280 Ruthen. 

From Newark Act Book, at York, 1558- 1607. 

1558. January 13. Adm'on of John Marshall of South Carlton, 
to Henry Marshall and John Marshall to use of John, 
Francis, Dorothy, and Katherine Marshall, minors, 
children of deceased. See ante, p. 91. 

1577. Oct. 12. Probate of the will of Robert Marshall of Crom- 

well to Joanne his relict, and Elene his daughter. See 
Vol. i., p. 256. 

1578. May 15. Probate of the will of Agnes Marshall of Newark 

to Edward Wilson. See Vol. i., p. 256. 
1581. July 11. Probate of the will of Roger Marshall, clerk, 
" non beneficiati " to Thomas Gill. See Vol. ii., Part i., 

P-55- 

I 59 I - J une 2 3« Probate of the will of Elizabeth Marshall of 
North Collingham to Joan Thorpe. And same time 
probate of the will of Henry Marshall of North Colling- 
ham to Joan Thorpe. See Vol. i., p. 257. 

1593. June 22. Probate of the will of John Marshall of North 
Collingham to John, James, and Timothy (?) Marshall 
his children. See Vol. i., p. 258. 

1597. January 5. Probate of the nuncupative will of Robert 
Marshall of Sutton on Trent to Beatrice Marshall his 
relict, and power reserved to Anne his daughter, and 
tuition of the said Anne to Beatrice her mother. See 
ante, p. 59. 

1605. April 25. Probate of the will of Elizabeth Marshall of 
Gresthorpe to Robert Marshall sole executor. See Vol. 
i., p. 260. 

1605. Oct. '10. Adm'on of Robert Marshall of South Muskham 
to John and Oliver Marshall his brothers. Inventory 
under £40. Compare this with adm'on, Vol. ii., p. 101. 

1605. Oct. 10. Adm'on of Simon Marshall of Newark to Alice 
Hatley alias Marshall wife of Michael Hatley and 
daughter of the said deceased. See Vol. i., p. 305. 

Calendar of Wills in Commissary Court, London, 

(Continued from Vol. i., p. 194.^ 

1761. Marshall, Mary. 

1763. Marshall, Robert. 

1763. Marshall, William. 

177 1. Marshall, William. 



Middx. 


March. 


Will. 


Pts. 


April. 


Adm'on. 


Pts. 


March. 


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Pts. 


March. 


Adm'on. 



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Marshall, 


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Middx. 


December 


Will. 


1776 


Marshall, 


John. 


Middx. 


April. 


Will. 


1778 


Marshall, 


Mary. 


Middx. 


August. 


Will. 


1784 


Marshall, 


Ann. 


Middx. 


June. 


Adm'on 


1786 


Marshall, 


Thomas 


London. 


December 


Will. 


1789 


Marshall, 


John. 


Middx. 


March. 


Will. 


1789 


Marshall, 


John. 


Middx. 


May. 


Will. 


1789 


Marshall, 


John. 


Middx. 


December 


Will. 



Will of Elizabeth Franke of Godstone, co. Surrey. Dated 
1688-9. Mentions sons Robert Marshall and John Marshall. 
Robert, John, John, Elizabeth, and Anne, children of said son 
Robert. Proved by Robert and John the sons 1690-1, in Arch- 
deaconry Court of Surrey. 

Will of Jane Tanner of Wandsworth, widow. Proved in 
Archdeaconry Court of Surrey, 1699. To grand-children George 
Marshall and Obadiah Marshall 55. Residue to George Marshall, 
junior, my grand son in trust to educate his sister Lydia Marshall, 
and his brother Jasiell Marshall. 

From Act Book for Deanery Court at York. 

1704. Oct. 1. Probate of John Marshall, senior, of Pickering, 
to Elizabeth his widow, and John, and Thomas, his sons. 

1706. Oct. 30. Administration of John Marshall of Kilham, to 
George Holdstock. 

1716. June 15. Probate of Elizabeth Marshall of Pickering to 
Thomas Marshall her son. 



Grants of Arms to Marshalls. 

Arms. — Barry of six Argent and Sable, on a canton Ermine an 
escutcheon also Sable. 

Crest. — A demi man in armour proper, his helmet plumed Sable, 
over his armour a sash, and in his dexter hand a baton Or. 
Camden's Grants, iii., 18, describes it as "A demy man armed 
Or, feathers Sa., Caparison ppr, holding a trunchion Or." 

Granted to Thomas Marshall of Michelham, co. Sussex, 
son of Edward Marshall of Hitchin. 2 Dec, 1612. Camden's 
Grants, ii., 37Z), iii., 18. See Vol. i., p. 96., App., p. 6. 

Arms. — Barry of ten Ermine and Or, an Eagle displayed Azure, 
on a chief engrailed Gules three Goats' heads erased Argent. 

Crest. — A Goats' head erased Ermine, armed Or, gorged with a 

chaplet of Roses Gules, in the mouth a branch of hop proper. 

Granted to Charles Marshall of Cranbrooke, co. Kent, and 

of the City of London, Merchant, and James Marshall of 

Cranbrooke, his only brother, 3 January, 1821. 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 1 49 

Arms.— Azure on a pile between two Anchors in base Or an 
Anchor Sable. 

Crest. — A female figure vested Argent, the right hand pointing 
to a rainbow above her head proper, and with the left sup- 
porting an anchor in front Sable. 

Granted to George Marshall of Broadwater, co. Surrey, 
and his descendants, 14 December, 1850. 

Arms. — Per Saltire Or and Sable a saltire counterchanged, a 
woman's head couped at the shoulders proper, crowned with 
a ducal coronet of the first. 

Granted to Elizabeth Burrows, widow of Walter Burrows, 
of Lambeth, co. Surrey, sole surviving daughter of Francis 
Marshall of Lambeth, 12 July, 1785. 

Arms. — Gules, two bars Argent between as many Ranches 

Ermine, on each a cross-crosslet of the field. 
Crest. — A man habited as a pikeman of the seventeenth century 

and in a corslet, holding in his dexter hand a cross-crosslet 

fitche Or, on his head in profile a morion proper plumed Gules. 
Granted to John Marshall of Manchester and Ardwick and 

his descendants, 15 June, 1822. 

Arms. — Or, a heron Sable, a chief of the last thereon three 
Annulets Gold. 

Granted to Sarah Marshall widow of John Marshall of 
Manchester and Ardwick, and daughter and coheir of James 
Earnshaw, and her descendants (as the arms of Earnshaw), 
2 August, 1833. 

Arms. — Barry of six Argent and Sable, on a chevron engrailed 

Gules three pheons Or. 
Crest. — A demi heraldic tyger Sable, gutte d'or, armed, crined, 

tufted, and gorged with a collar gemel also Or, resting the 

sinister paw upon an escocheon Gules charged with a pheon 

Gold. 

Granted to Hubert Marshall, Col. in the Indian forces, 

Military Secretary to the Government at Madras, and his 

descendants, 5 Sept., 1863. 

Arms. — Or, on a chevron Azure between three Lions rampant 
Gules an anchor of the first surmounting a sword saltire 
ways proper, pomel and hilt gold, a chief wavy of the second, 
thereon a Naval crown Or between a representation of the 
Imperial Russian Military Order of St. George on the dexter, 
and a like representation of the Cross of the Royal Swedish 
Military Order of the Sword on the sinister each pendant 
from the respective ribbands of the said orders all proper. 

Crest. — Upon a mount Vert in front of a Newfoundland dog 
sejant reguardant proper an escocheon Argent thereon in base 
waves of the sea and floating therein a naked man the 
sinister arm elevated also proper. 

Granted to John-William- Phillips Marshall of Rochester, 
co. Kent, Capt. r.n., c.b., etc., and his descendants, 10 Feb., 
1829. 



150 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. 

Deed Poll. John Marshall of Worsoppe in com. Notting- 
ham, yoman, in consideration of £\i sells to William Sanderson 
of Blithe in co. afs d gent, two acres of arrable in Blithe near a 
place called Briber-hill-yate abutting on the lands of George 
Chaulner, now in the tenure of Edmund Morton of Blithe. Dated 
i February, 10 James, 1612. 

Bond by said John Marshall & Jane his wife, Marshall 

and Edwarde Marshall his sons to William Sanderson for further 
assurance by levying fine or otherwise. Dated 1 February, 16 12. 

Bond between John Marshall of Worksopp, yeoman, and Wil- 
liam Saunderson of Blith abbey. Dated 3 Dec, 8 James, 1610. 
To perform covenants declared in one paire of Indentures bearing 
date with this obligation. — Above in hands of Mr. Robert White 
of Worksop. 

Sunday, 12 March, 1619-20. Stephen Marshall, d.a., of 
Emanuel College, Cambridge, aged 24 or thereabouts, born at 
Godmingester [Godmanchester], co. Huntingdon, now curate of 
Wethersfield, co. Essex, ordained priest by Bishop of London. 
He was ordained deacon by same Bishop. Bishop's Books at St. 
Pauls' Cathedral. In the Vicar General's Books, Vol. 13, there is 
a licence to him to be a schoolmaster, in 1630. 

Funeral Certificate of Nicholas Marshall. 
Additional MS., 4820, fo. 21. 

Nicholas Marchshall 1 aVs Mareschall of Bedingham in the 
county of Suffolk, Esqr., departed this life at Bedingham hall 
aforesaid the . . . of Aprill 1621 in the 19 th year of the reighn of 
King James. He was buried without any Escochons in the 
Chauncell belonging to the Parrish of Denny land in the County 
of Essex. He was the only Son of ... . March Hall of Pretlewell 
in the said county of Essex, Esqr. He married for his first Wife 
Elizabeth the Daughter of S r John Browne of Hambird in the 
Parish of Norton in the s d County of Essex, Knt., and by her had 
one only Daughf sole heir call' 1 Mary. 

He married for his second Wife Alice the Daughf of George 
Brook of Aspall in th' Com Esqr. but had no Jssue by her. He 
made the s d Alice sole executrix of last Will and Testam' which 
doe testifie the truith of this Certifft und r her hand being taken 
at Kedinghall in the com of Norfolk the 17'" of Aprr 1622 by 
me Thomas Preston Deputy to Henry Chittinge Esq r Chest 1 ' 
Herrald. 

1588. May 4. Nich s Becke of Wintringham and Margaret 

Marshall of same. Marriage Licence Bond at Lincoln. 
1776. Nov. 28. John Marshall of Crowle, farmer and widower, 

aged 48, and Frances Jure of same, spinster, aged 42. 

Surety, Cornelius Peacock of same, gent. Marriage 

Licence Bond at Lincoln. 

1 See Vol. i., pp. 6i, 77, 97. 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. I 5 T 

The following entry on the De Banco Roll corrects the pedigree 
given in the Visitation of Yorkshire, 1584. See Vol. i., p. 4. 

De Banco Roll, Michaelmas Term, A" 27 Henry VI. 

(1448-9), MEMBRANE 6oi. 

" Ebox ss. Wilis Eure "I Witts Moretofi, cticus, sum fuerunt ad respondent 

Robto Ingiltoii "t Margarete vxi eius de ptito qd pmitant eos psen- 

tare idoneam psonam ad ecctiam de Thorneton in Pykerynglith que vacat T ad 

suam spectat donacoem "tc." " Et pdci Witts ~t Witts p Ricni ThornburgTi 

Attorn sufi veil Et defend vim 1 iniuf quando'tc Et die qd pdci Robtus Ingiltoii 
"t Margareta Accbem suam pdcam vsus eos manutenere non debent quia idem 
Witts Eure die qd quidam Witts Bruys, Chiualer, nup fuit sC-itus de vno mesu- 
agio, cum ptin, in Thornetoii pdict ad quod aduocacio ecctie pdee ptinet "t a 
tempore quo non extat memoria ptinuit "t sic inde seitus de mesuagio illo ad 
quod "1c diu ante tempus quo pdci Robtus Ingiltoii "t Margareta p narracoem suam 
pdcam suppon pfatum Rog\im ad ecctiam pdcam pfatum WalPum psentasse ad 
ecctiam illam psentauit quendam Ricni Maltoii, Cticum suu, qui ad psentacoem 
suam fuit admissus "t institutus in eadem tempore pacis tempore diii R nup Regis 
Angt scdi post conquestum et postea pdcus Witts Bruys ante pdcam psenta- 
roem pfato Walr^o in forma pdea team decimo die Septembr anno regni pdci diii 
R nup Regis vicesimo apud Thornetoii pdcam dimisit pfato Rogero (Wandesford) 
mesuagiu pdeni, cum ptin, ad quod Tc Hend sibi a pdeo decimo die Septembr 
vsq ad finem triginta anno^ tunc px seqti t plena? complet virtute cuius dimis- 
sionis pdcus Rog'us in mesuagiu illud, cum ptin, ad quod "t.c intrauit "t inde de tali 
statu possessionat fuit et postea pdea ecctia vacauit p mortem pdci Rici Maltoii 
postea q, pdcus Rog\is de mesuagio illo, cum ptin, ad quod'tc virtute dimissionis 
pdee sic possessionat ad ecctiam illam psentauit pdem Walrum, Cticum suu, qui 
ad psentacoem suam fuit admissus 1 institutus in eadem tempore pacis tempore 
dni R nup Regis Angt scdi post conqm postea q pdcus Witts Bruys de pdeo 
mesuagio, cum ptin, ad quod'tc obijt seitus post cuius mortem idem mesuagiu, 
cum ptin, ad quod "tc descendit quibusdam Isabelle Elizabeth "t Matitt vt consan- 
guineis *t tiered pdci Witti Bruys vidett filiab s Robti filij Willi filij gdei Witti 
Bruys 't postea pdea Isabella cepit in virum quendam Wittm Appulby't pdea 
Elizabeth cepit in virum Ricm Eglesfeld "t pdea Matitt cepit in virum Robtum 
Broun qui quidem Witts Appulby "t Isabella Ricus "t Elizabeth Robtus Broun "t 
Matitt vt in iure ipa£ Isabelle Elizabeth "t MatiH post finem Fmini triginta annox 
pdeo^ in mesuagiu pdem, cum ptin, ad quod "tc, intrauerunt "t inde seiti fuerunt 
in diiico suo vt de feodo "t iure ipa£ Isabelle Elizabeth "t Matitt 't sic inde sCiti de 
eodem Mesuagio, cum ptin, ad quod'tc, feoffauerunt ipm Wittm Eure hend sibi 
"t hef suis imppm virtute cuius feoffamenti idem Witts Eure fuit inde seitus in 
diiico suo vt de feod 1 sic seit pdea ecctia vacauit p mortem pdci Wal?i 't adhuc 
vacans existit 't ea fone ad ipm Wittm Eure ad ecctiam pdcam ad psens ptinet 
psentare absq hoc qd pdcus Rog'us fuit seitus de aduocacije pdea vt de vno grosso 
p se put pdci Robtus Ingilton "t Margareta p narracoem suam pdcam suppon." 

(Case deferred until Octave of Hilary, then until Quinzaine of Easter follow- 
ing, and then until Morrow of St. John Baptist, when nothing more — no judg- 
ment being entered up.) 



Errata and Addenda. 



Vol. ii., Part i. 

Page 16. Add note to William Marshall of Much Hadham. " lie had lease of 
the Manor of Scrooby, co. Notts., 17 Elizabeth, 1574-5." — Raine's 
Blytli, p. i2g. 

Page 55. For Thomas Hill read Thomas Gill. 

Page 63. For Kinton read Kirton. 

Page 75. Line 35. Elizabeth Sowby. In the transcript of this Register the 
name is Sorebie. 

Page 106. Note to Inquisitions: — 

43-44 Elizabeth. John Marshall. Lincoln. John Marshall of 
Owmbie, co. Lincoln. Died 6 Aug., 42 Elizabeth, 1600. John 
Marshall is his son and heir and aged 40. 

14 James. Richard Marshall. Durham. Inq. at Durham, 13 
June, 10 James. Richard Marshall, of Denton, co Durham, gent., 
died 10 May, 6 James, Cuthbert Marshall, gent., is his son and 
heir, and aged 18. Court of Wards, Trinity, 14 James I. 

Vol. ii., Part 2. 

Page 59. Line 16. For 22 March read 23 March. 
Page 84. For Alexander Burder read Alexander Burdet. 

Page 85. Anne, wife of Thomas Marshall, was daughter of John Vaughan, and 
his issue was by her and not by Frances Saunderson. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Abell, Hugh, iog, no. 

Ableson, Bartholemew, 75 ; Margaret, 

75- 
Abney, James, 116. 
Abtofte, Jervace, 13S. 
Adams, Elizabeth, 140; John, 142. 
Adamson, Jane, 58. 
Adcock, William, 62. 
Addams, Christopher, 17 ; Henry, 17 ; 

Thomas, 17 ; William, 17. 
Addington, Christopher, 144. 
Agar, Peter, 108 ; William, 108. 
Aislaby, Anne, 138; James, 138. 
Alchorne, Elizabeth, 70. 
Aldridge, Nicholas, 67. 
Allen, Sir Edward, 54; John, 88; 

Margaret, 5; Thomas, 83, 85, 87; 

William, 88; Winifred, 85, 87. 
Allenson, Anthony, 108. 
Ambler, John, 50. 
Anby, John, 17 ; Lydia, 15 ; Margaret, 

17 ; Robert, 15. 
Anderson, John, 4; Margaret, 5; 

Walter, 5. 
Andrews, Elizabeth, 51. 
Appleby, John, 40. 
Appulby, William, 151. 
Appleyard, Anne, 100; John, 10c. 
Armitage, John, 125. 
Arundell, Richard, 70. 
Ashman, Anne, 42. 
Askwith, Laurence, 69. 
Athelstan, Richard, g2. 
Atkinson, John, 75 ; Katherine, 75 ; 

Robert, 50. 
Awbray, Elizabeth, 35. 
Awcrofte, Jone, 140. 



B. 



Backaller, Henry, 136. 

Backer, George, 36. 

Bacon, William, 50, 51. 

Baggitt, John, 54. 

Bainbridge, Elizabeth, 130. 

Baites, Elizabeth, 13. 

Baker, Joan, 140. 

Ball, John, 135. 

Ballantine, Margaret, 3, 4; James, 3. 

Banes, Thomas, 85. 

Bankcraft, 141. 

Barber, Alice, 28. 



Bardall, William, 67. 

Barker, Anne, 118; Elizabeth, 118, 

George, 118; Henry, 29; James, 

62; Richard, 118; Rowland, 21; 

Sarah, 47 ; William, 118. 
Barmbie, Thomas, 59. 
Barmby, James, 38. 
Barnby, Thomas, 62. 
Barnard, Henry, 136; Thomas, 108. 
Bartholomew, William, 51. 
Barton, Vincent, 146. 
Barwell, Henry, 106; Sara, 106. 
Bates, James, 50, 51. 
Battie, Dorothy, 56; Elizabeth, 56; 

Jane, 53 ; John, 56 ; Rebecca, 56 ; 

Sara, 56; Timothy, 56. 
Battin, Alice, in. 
Baynes, George, 85 ; John, 75 ; Mary, 

85 ; William, 75. 
Beason, Edith, 55; John, 55. 
Beates, Elizabeth, 51 ; James, 51. 
Becke, Nicholas, 150. 
Beeane, Jane, 30. 
Beeford, William, 43. 
Beinton, Richard, 125. 
Bell, Ann, 12; Grace, 25; Jane, 40; 

John, 60; Michaell, 32. 
Bellame, William, 58. 
Belby, Robert, 58. 
Bellard, Thomas, 25. 
Belte, Thomas, 17. 
Belton, Anne, 94. 
Bennett, Lydia, 117, 118; Mansell, 

118; Michall, 117, 118. 
Bennifield, Thomas, 11. 
Bentley, Elizabeth, 99 ; John, gg. 
Benson, John, 55. 
Benton, John, 20. 
Bertie, Charles, 78. 
Berry, John, 133. 
Besewyk, William, 74. 
Best, Anne, 126, 127 ; Nicholas, 127. 
Bettinson, Edward, 80. 
Biggin, John, 29. 
Bigginge, John, 55. 
Biil'iald, Nathaniell, 52. 
Bincliffe, Elizabeth, S. 
Bingham, John, 66. 
Bird, John, 90, 92. 
Birdsall, Jane, 35. 
Birkby, Edward, 103, 104. 
Birkes, Margret, 20. 
Birket,Anne,6i ; Mary, 61; William, Gi. 
Birley, Hellen, 14. 



154 



INDEX. 



Bishopp, Samuel, 146. 

Blacker, Robert, 54. 

Blake, William, 105. 

Blanford, Henry, 121. 

Blick, Thomas, 137; Katherine, 137. 

Blow, John, 70; Mary, 79. 

Boast, John, 95 ; A. E., 95. 

Bolton, Isabell, 17. 

Bonner, William, 122. 

Booth, Andrew, 61 ; Elizabeth, 61 , 

John, 8 ; Mary, 61. 
Borowc, Randall, 146. 
Boston, John, 146. 
Bottomley, Mary, 78. 
Bougham, Elizabeth, 126. 
Bouner, Douglas, 122 ; William, 122. 
Bower, Anne, 14; Shady, 80. 
Bowes, Ann, 11. 
Bowis, Mary, 79. 
Box, Mary, 3g. 

Brackley, John, 129; Richard, 129. 
Bradlay, Catherine, 57. 
Bramley, Mary, 16, 17; John, 21. 
Branch, Ann, 126; John, 126. 
Brauiner, Mathew, 32. 
Breedon, Katherine, 79, 92. 
Brett, Alice, 126; Jane, 21. 
Bridges, Shem, 105, 106. 
Bristow, John, 72. 
Britten, Robert, 99. 
Brock, Jeffery, 11. 
Brook, Alice, 150; George, 150; 

Robert, 102. 
Brooke, Edmond, 104; Edward, 69; 

Elizabeth, 103, 105 ; Grace, 23 ; 

Jane, 105 ; Jennett, 104 ; Margaret, 

104; Martha, 103, 104, 105; Mary, 

103, 105; Robert, 103, 104, 105; 

Thomas, 104. 
Brookhouse, William, 142. 
Broun, Ann, 67; Esther, 79; John, 

115; Richard, 115; Robert, 151. 
Browne, Elizabeth, 150; George, 60 ; 

John, 115, 138; Mr., 55; Mrs., 55 ; 

Richard, 89, 139; Robert, 7; Sir 

John, 150. 
Bruse, Maud, 138; William, 138. 
Bruys, Elizabeth, 151; Isabella, 151 ; 

Matilda, 151 ; William, 151. 
Buckle, Katherine, 60. 
Budd, Edith, 114; John, 114; William, 

114. 
Burdet, Alexander, 84, 152; Edmond, 

84 ; Ellen, 84 ; Hugh, 84 ; Isabel, 84. 
Burdett, Anne, 99; Samuel, 99. 
Burges, Anne, 107 ; Richard, 107 ; 

William, 107. 
Burrowes, Richard, 49. 
Bush, William, 86. 
Busterd, Elliner, 44. 
Butterwick, John, 93. 
Burton, Francis, 75 ; John, 91 ; Mary, 

99, 146; Moses, 99; Robert, 132, 

146; Sir Henry, 131. 



Burward, Francis, 123 ; William, 123. 

Bybb, Elizabeth, 14. 

Bye, John, 84; Katherine, 84. 

Byncks, Margaret, 19. 

Bynold, Henry, 136, 137; John, 136, 

137- 
Byrd, Margaret, 53 ; Walter, 53. 



C. 



Cade, Agnes, 144; William, 144. 

Calluart, ..... 57. 

Calverley, William, 112. 

Cam, Alice, 74; Henry, 74. 

Cannon, Henry, 113; Jane, 113. 

Capell, Henry, 130. 

Carterett, Ann, 57. 

Cary, John, in. 

Castell, Robert, 54. 

Catherall, Anne, 138. 

Caunt, John, 87. 

Cave, Henry, 91. 

Cawthorne, Mrs., 55. 

Chadwell, Mary, 40. 

Chamberlain, Anne, 51. 

Chamberlyn, Sisley, 52. 

Chambers, Robert, 142. 

Chatteris, Benjamin, 98, 99; Mary, 

98, 99. 
Chaulner, 150. 
Chernley, John, 6. 
Chester, Anne, 136. 
Chiborne, Christopher, 116. 
Chittinge, Henry, 150. 
Cholmeley, Henry, 125. 
Christie, William, 5. 
Churchill, Margaret, 136. 
Cibbletts, Mary, 21. 
Clarke, Bryan, 71; Grace, 135 ; Mary, 

34; Priscilla, 139; Stephen, 22; 

William, 135. 
Clay, Daniel, 48; Lidia, 48. 
Cleaveland, Thomas, 41. 
Clemmison, Alice, 24. 
Clerke, William, 115. 
Cliffe, Thomas, 74. 
Cocken, Allan, 8. 
Cockine, Joanna, 8. 
Coe, Thomas, 53. 
Cogan, Anne, 128. 
Colbourne. William, 17. 
Cole, Bridgit, 68; William, 68. 
Colthirst, George, 36. 
Constable, Henry, 60; John, 59, 66; 

Margaret, 66 ; Mathew, 60; Philip, 

57- 
Conycrs, Christopher, 122 ; George, 

55- 
Cooke, Reuben, 134. 
Cookson, Millicent, 74 ; Samuel, 74. 
Cooper, Anne, 126 ; Henry, 126 ; John, 

146 ; Robert, 146. 
Copley, Anne, 34; Thomas, 17. 
Corbett, Nicholas, in. 



INDEX. 



155 



Corbit, John, 69. 

Cordwell, Luke, 129. 

Couke, Wilfred, 44. 

Coulam, Jonathan, 115. 

Coventry, Dame Elizabeth, 122; 

Francis, 122. 
Coward, Anne, 131 ; Richard, 131. 
Cowell, Jonas, 116, 117. 
Covvlam, William, 114. 
Cowley, John, 87. 
Cowper, Elizabeth, 19, 136. 
Cradocke, Anne, 21. 
Craftes, Agnes, 48. 
Crake, Alice, 65; Christian, 66; 

Gregory, 65, 66; Margaret, 66; 

Ralph, 66; Robert, 66; Ursula, 66. 
Cramwell, Elizabeth, 60; John, 60; 

Susanne, 60. 
Crawshaw, Ann, 8 ; Mary, 23. 
Creek, Leonard, 138. 
Creyke, Alice, 65, 138; Anne, 138. 
Croft, Anne, 1 ig ; Alice, 51; Edward, 

51; Frances, 59; James, 119; 

Jennet, 119; Robert, 119; Thomas, 

59, 119. 
Crompton, Thomas, 127. 
Crooke, John, 123. 
Crosley, Richard, 28. 
Crosse, Dorothy, 128 ; John, 128. 
Crouder, Elizabeth, 60. 
Crumpton, Edward, 130, 131. 
Cudmore, Zacharie, 128. 
Cullingforthe, 123. 
Currie, Jennetta, 5. 
Curtler, Anne, 134; Robert, 134. 
Cutbert, Edward, 55 ; William, 55. 



Dallison, Jane, 138; William, 138. 

Dand, John, 77. 

Darrill, William, 39. 

Darwyn, Margaret, 19. 

Davenport, John, 127. 

Davis, Lawrence, 67, 68. 

Dawes, Anne, 125 ; Drew, 125 ; Mary, 

125 ; Rebecca, 125. 
Dawson, George, 33 ; Katherine 65. 
Day, John, 106 ; Mary, 75, 106, 133; 

Thomas, 75, 133. 
Daykeyne, John, 142. 
Dayle, Myles, 39. 
Deane, in. 
Dearing, Richard, 60. 
Degge, Isaac, 114. 
Delillers, Isaac, 101. 
Dent, Thomas, 97. 
Denton, Edward, 7. 
Dickonson, Robert, 57. 
Dixon, Elizabeth, 97 ; George, 107 ; 

Humphrey, 97 ; Ralph, 63. 
Dobson, Katherine, 6; Thomas, 65. 
Dodworth, Thomas, 20. 
Donston, John, 58. 



Doubleday, Mary, 141. 

Doughty, Henry, 62; Joseph, 9: 

Richard, g; Robert, 10; Sarah, g. 
Dovers, John, 22. 
Doweswell, William, 73. 
Dowman, William, 68. 
Downer, Edward, 85 ; Isabell, 85. 
Drinkraw, Robert, 42. 
Duffield, Ann, 105 ; Mary, 105. 
Dunbar, Viscount, 59, 60. 
Dunwell, John, 62, 63. 
Durham, Elizabeth, 32. 
Dutton, John, g6 ; Roger, 53. 
Dyson, Benjamin, 22. 



E. 



Ealbecke, Dorothy, 55. 

Earle, Mary, 121 ; Thomas, 121. 

Earnshaw, James, I4g. 

Easby, Christopher, 61. 

Easterby, Justine, 75; Thomas, 75. 

Eastwood, John, g4. 

Ede, Elizabeth, 127. 

Egglesfield, Richard, 151. 

Ellis, Elizabeth, 54 ; Frances, 85 ; John, 

25 ; Thomas, 54, 91 ; Timothy, 85 ; 

Richard, 115. 
Elmhirst, Hannah, 78 ; Thomas, 78. 
Ellison, Jane, 51; John, 8, 10, 51; 

Roger, 51. 
Ellys, Margaret, 130 ; Thomas, 70, 71. 
Emet, Huge, 38. 
Emley, John, 54. 
Empringham, Anne, 138 ; Sir Thomas, 

138, 139- 
Emsworth, Henry, 123. 
England, Ann, 10, 28. 
Est, Cecile, 143 ; William, 53. 
Eure, William, 151. 
Evans, William, 117. 
Everingham, Joan, ig; John, 17; 

Thomas, 17 ; William, 17. 
Everit, Anne, 141. 



F. 



Fairfax, Lord, 119, 120. 

Fairweather, Richard, 64. 

Fallis, John, 57. 

Fallowell, Mary, 48. 

Fanshaw, Katherine, 124; Mary, 14 

Sir Thomas, 124; Thomas, 124. 
Farnley, Elizabeth, 86; John, 86. 
Farnsworth, Sarah, 47. 
Fawcet, Miles, 65. 
Fawnt, Walter, 74. 
Featherstone, Mary, 66. 
Fearne, Robert, 57. 
Fenby, Dinah, 36. 
Ferrers, William, 137. 
Ferribie, Henry, 53. 
Fetheer, Thomas, 58. 
Fettiplace, William, 126, 127. 



1 5 



INDEX. 



Fewston, Alice, 61. 

Finch, Atwood, 75. 

Fish, Humphry, 68. 

Fisher, George, 14. 

Firmin, Edward, 52 ; Elizabeth, 52. 

Flavil, Elizabeth, no. 

Fleminge, Margaret, 16, 17. 

Fletcher, Elizabeth, 44, 52 ; Grace, 55 ; 

Jennett, 109 ; Robert, 109, 135 ; 

William, 22. 
Flint, Henry, 143. 
Flintham, Nan, 59. 
Flower, Anne, 86. 
Forster, John, 79. 
Foskett, Cicely, 140. 
Foster, Joseph, 10; Margaret, 60; 

Richard, 55; Sarah, 10; Thomas, 

10 ; William, 60. 
Fossicke, Lancelott, ng; Phillis, 119; 

, 113. 

Fowler, James, 14. 

Foxe, Elizabeth, 145 ; William, 145. 

Franke, Elizabeth, 148. 

Frankes, James, 67. 

Frankland, Lucy, 16. 

Frauncis, Elizabeth, 128, 129; George, 

129; John, 128, 129. 
French, William, 136, 137. 
Frisby, Peter, gg. 
Frobisher, Francis, 54. 
Fulwood, Margaret, 54 ; Thomas, 54. 
Fountance, Jennet, 55 ; Mathew, 55 ; 

Richard, 55. 



G. 



Gabry, John, 99; Samuel, 99. 

Galland, Joan, 52. 

Garbut, William, 132. 

Gardiner, Mary, 124. 

Garnon, Andrew, 91. 

Gaudge, Prudence, 140. 

Gawthorpe, Thomas, 64. 

Gee, Elizabeth, 46, 48. 

Gell, Robert, 100, 101, 102. 

Gibbon, George, 140. 

Gifford, Thomas, n. 

Gilbert, Francis, 142. 

Giles, Thomas, 125. 

Gilkes, Elizabeth, 118. 

Gill, Thomas, 147. 

Glew, Ruth, 95. 

Glossope, Edmond, 122, 123 ; Ralph, 

123; Robert, 123; Richard, 122, 

123 ; William, 123. 
Godarth, Ciceley, 97; Joseph, 97. 
Godfrey, Abigail, 47 ; Mary, g4, 95 ; 

Nicholas, 80. 
Gold, Mary, i3g. 
Good, Edmund, 143. 
Goodburne, Anne, 83 ; Elizabeth, 83 ; 

Mary, 85 ; Thomas, 83, 85. 
Goode, Sarah, 142 ; Thomas, 142. 
Goodrich, John, 131 ; Martha, 131. 



Goodwin, J. W., 95. 

Gore, Humphrey, 134. 

Goudams, Agnes, 60. 

Govan, Elizabeth, 4. 

Grafton, Edetha, 12. 

Grandger, Lancelott, 74. 

Grant, William, 12. 

Grave, Edward, 128. 

Gray, Barbara, 112; Ralph, 112. 

Greathead, Edward, 77. 

Greatrackes, George, 12. 

Green, John, 8; Thomas, 67. 

Greene, Abigail, 137 ; Edward, 137. 

Greensmith, Frances, 48. 

Greenwood, Issabell, 19 ; Richard, 

136. 
Gregge, John, 69 ; Richard, 69. 
Gregory, Roger, 71, 72, 73 ; William, 

72. 
Gretton, John, 68. 
Grimshaw, Sibel, 62. 
Grove, John, 147; Susan, 147. 
Grymeshawe, Abraham, 63. 
Guilman, John, gg ; Joseph, gg. 
Gynn, Joane, gg ; Richard, gg. 



H. 



Hadfield, Elizabeth, 20. 

Haine, Anna, 44. 

Halford, Christian, 130; Henry, 130. 

Hall, Edward, 68; Hannah, 12; 
Humphrey, 135 ; John, 41 ; Mathew, 
87 ; Thomas, 87. 

Halton, Ann, 141. 

Hancocke, Jane, 57; John, 39; Wil- 
liam, 57. 

Hansard, Elizabeth, 108. 

Harden, Mr., 138. 

Hardesty, William, 42. 

Hardin, Anne, 34. 

Harding, Ann, 51. 

Harpham, Edward, 52 ; Leonard, 62. 

Harrington, Anthony, 138. 

Harrison, Isabell, 142; John, 119. 

Hartopp, Dorothy, 79. 

Hartwell, John, 51. 

Harvie, Miles, 83. 

Harvy, Jane, 140. 

Harvye, Elizabeth, 52; John, 52. 

Haslame, Anthony, 70. 

Hastings, William, 21. 

Hatfield, Laurence, 91. 

Hatley, Alice, 147 ; Michael, 147. 

Hatt, Thomas, 131. 

Haumshey, William, 22. 

Hawle, Sarah, 2S. 

Hawley, William, 17. 

Haye, Sary, 35. 

Heacock, Thomas, 141. 

Heather, Samuel, no. 

Hedges, Anne, 142. 

Hemsworth, Thomas, 8. 

Hereford, William, 134. 



INDEX. 



157 



Heron, Robert, 74. 

Hethe, John, 49. 

Hewat, John, 4. 

Hewson, Simon, 69. 

Hibberson, Richard, 81. 

Hickman, Mary, 12. 

Hicks, Frances, 69, 70 ; George, 6g, 70. 

Hill, Elizabeth, 6; Richard, 27, 40; 

Sarah, 27. 
Hilyard, Christopher, 78 ; Jane, 78. 
Hirst, Margaret, ig. 
Hoal, Ann, 57. 
Hoard, Elizabeth, 142. 
Hobson, James, 130 ; John, 23 ; Joseph, 

67. 
Hodgkinson, Anne, 134; Elizabeth, 

134 ; Thomas, 134. 
Hodgson, Frances, 103; James, ng; 

Margaret, 119; Mary, 103. 
Hodshon, John, 25. 
Holdstock, George, 148. 
Holdsworth, Bettrice, 20. 
Hopkinson, Richard, 142 ; William, 

46. 
Horberry, James, 95. 
Horner, Richard, 94. 
Hoskyne, Dame Elizabeth, 122. 
Hoyes, Elizabeth, 80. 
Hoyland, Richard, 130. 
Hoyle, John, 23. 
Hudson, Everell, 55. 
Huett, Thomas, gi. 
Hughes, John, 101, 102; Mary, 53; 

Thomas, 53. 
Hull, Agnes, 126 ; John, 136; William, 

126. 
Hullcupp, in, 112. 
Humberstone, Mathew, 74. 
Hunston, Ann, gi ; William, gi. 
Hunt, Thomas, gi. 
Huntington, Ann, 8. 
Hunton, Thomas, 136. 
Hurte, Richard, 11G; William, 116. 
Hussey, Sir Charles, 102, 105. 
Hutchinson, George, 133 ; Joseph, 8 ; 

Margaret, 133 ; Robert, 28. 
Hutton, Ann, 28 ; Thomas, 38. 



Ingilton, Margaret, 151 ; Robert, 151. 

Ingledue, Christopher, 43. 

Ingram, William, 144. 

Irelonde, Nicholas, 71. 

Isaac, Elizabeth, gg ; Joane, gg. 

Ive, Mary, 55; William, 55. 

Ivey, Shadrach, 133 ; Thomas, 133 ; 

William, 133. 
Izard, Edmund, 136, 137. 



J 



Jackson, Mary, 75 ; Paul, 75. 
Jalland, Rebecca, 67 ; William, G7. 



Jay, John, 5g ; Mr., 55. 
Jefferesone, Anne, 59; Effame, 59; 
Henry, 59; Robert, 59; William, 

59- 
Jeffreys, Herbert, 122; Susannah, 122. 
Jelott, Marjery, ig. 
Jenkins, George, 6g. 
Jenkinson, William, 54. 
Jog, Richard, 34. 
Johnson, Alee, 21 ; Overy, go ; Richard, 

20 ; William, 61. 
Jones, Margaret, 21. 
Jure, Frances, 150. 

K. 

Kay, William, 28. 

Keld, John, 108. 

Kelley, Dorcas, 75 ; Samuel, 75. 

Kendall, Nicholas, 58 ; William, 58. 

Kent, Charles, 137. 

Key, Thomasin, 27. 

Kilhare, Elizabeth, 143. 

Killingworth, Mr., gg. 

King, James, 117; John, 115, 117; 

Mary, 115, 117; Robert, 117; 

Thomas, 117. 
Kinge, Henry, 59. 

Kingston, Isabella, 143 ; Thomas, 143. 
Kinopp, Elizabeth, 142. 
Kippax, Joseph, 12. 
Kirkby, Alice, 81. 

Kirke, Elizabeth, i2g ; Thomas, I2g. 
Kitchin, William, 7. 
Kitching, William, 42. 
Knaggs, James, g5. 
Knight, Charles, 137 ; Isabel, 137 ; 

Thomas, 17. 
Knighton, Anne, 124; George, 124; 

John, 124; Ralph, 124; Sir George, 

124 ; Thomas, 124. 
Kniveton, Anne, 115 ; Joseph, 115. 
Knott, Robert, 22. 
Knowelson, Ellin, g3- 
Knowles, Ciceley, 68. 
Knowlton, Elizabeth, g3, 95. 
Kokkett, Alexander, 58. 
Kytchine, Thomas, 5g. 

L. 

Lacy, Thomas, 114. 

Lake, Anne, 50. 

Lambe, Elizabeth, 103, 105 ; William, 

103, 105. 
Lambert, Agnes, 58. 
Lamplugh, Edmund, 138. 
Lane, Sarah, 4g. 

Langdon, Anne, 128; John, 128. 
Lapitch, Mary, 55 ; Richard, 55. 
Laughton, Isaac, 81 ; Rebecca, 81 ; 

Richard, 81. 
Lavigne, Peter, 70. 
Law, John, ig. 



i 5 8 



INDEX. 



Lawe, Elizabeth, 55 ; John, 55. 

Lawnd, Margaret, 55. 

Lawrence, Silvester, 74. 

Lawton, Martha, 23. 

Lawtye, George, 17. 

Layng, William, 87. 

Lazenbye, Henry, 39. 

Leake, Hannah, 51; John, 50, 70; 
Mary, 51 ; William, 51. 

Leckie, Thomas, 4. 

Ledum, William, 38. 

Lee, Agnes, 117; Elizabeth, 146; 
Robert, 37. 

Leek, Margaret, 74 ; Thomas de, 74. 

Leeke, Katherin, 91 ; Thomas, gi. 

Leese, John, 14. 

Legerd, Edward, 146. 

Lench, George, II. 

Lenlay, Cesily, 42. 

Leppington, J. C, 79 ; Mary Anne, 79. 

Levitt, Edward, 134. 

Lewis, Jean, 131 ; John, 59, 131 ; Mar- 
garet, 54 ; Robert, 54 ; Thomas, 54 ; 
William, 17. 

Lidgard, Mary, 94. 

Lilly, Henry, 20 ; Thomas, 49. 

Limbfont, Thomas, 57. 

Lindsey, Robert, Earl of, 78. 

Lingard, John, 69. 

Littleton, Humfrey, 71, 72. 

Lockwood, Hannah, 25. 

London, Martha, 117; William, 117. 

Long, John, g8, 99 ; Margaret, 9S, 99 ; 
Mary, 99. 

Loughborow, Johan, 84; John, 84. 

Love, Henry, ng. 

Loveday, William, 17. 

Loversale, John, 4g. 

Low, Ferdinand 142. 

Lucy, Thomas, 134. 

Lycett, Henry, 115. 

Lynde, Thomas, 51. 



M. 



Mab, Elizabeth, 17 ; Thomas, 17. 
Mabyn, Alexander, 120 ; Andrew, 120 ; 

John, 120. 
Machin, Margaret, 4g. 
Maddison, Elizabeth, 141 ; Robert, 

108; Thomas, 108; William, 108. 
Maddocks, Elizabeth, 86; William, 

86. 
Maddox, William, 88, 97. 
Major, Thomas, 142. 
Mallory, Charles, 70; Frances, 70. 
Malthouse, Mary, 20. 
Malton, Richard, 151. 
Mann, John, 114. 
Mapplebeck, Richard, 8. 
March, David, 120. 
Marcher, Thomas, n. 
Markall, Thomas, 145. 
Markham, Frances, g2 ; Robert, g2. 



Marsingale, Anne, 60; Jane, 60. 
Martin, Alice, 86, 87; Obadiah, 86; 

Penelope, 87 ; Robert, 87 ; Thomas, 

86, 87. 
Martyn, James, 67, 68. 
Mawd, William, 68. 
May, Humphrey, 132 ; Thomas, 57. 
Mearing, William, 7g. 
Medley, Mary, 23. 
Mellish, William, 132. 
Menesford, Elizabeth, 84; Robert, 84. 
Mercer, William, no. 
Mering, . . . . , g2. 
Metcalfe, Katherine, 55 ; Leonard, 21 ; 

Robert, 55. 
Michell, Elizabeth, 52. 
Michill, Thomas, 34. 
Michison, John, 34. 
Midgely, Richard, 102, 105. 
Midgeley, William, 132. 
Midleton, Elizabeth, gi ; Nicholas, gi. 
Miers, Bridgitt, 58. 
Mill, Anne, 120; Digory, 120. 
Millerd, Justice, 12; Richard, 12. 
Millson, Sophia, 95. 
Milward, Philip, 12. 
Mirfyne, John, 58. 
Month, Anne, no; Thomas, no. 
Moore, Elizabeth, 69; Frances, 69; 

Joseph, 142 ; Robert, 60. 
Morden, Anne, 100; Elizabeth, 100; 

John, 100; Mary, 99 ; Robert, 100 ; 

William, gg. 
More, Elizabeth, 146. 
Moore, Elline, 52. 
Moreton, William, 151. 
Morgan, Hugh, 61 ; Margaret, 61. 
Morris, Elizabeth, 121 ; Johan, 121 ; 

John, 121; Katherine, 121; Mar- 
gery, 121 ; Sybel, 121 ; Walter, 121. 
Mostyn, Roger, 130. 
Morton, Anne, 130; Edmund, 150; 

Francis, 4g ; Godfrey, 130. 
Mortin, William, 64. 
Munday, Anne, 88; Elizabeth, 88; 

Judith, 88 ; William, 88. 
Mundy, Elizabeth, S6 ; William, 86. 

Muschampe ,91. 

Musgrave, Edward, 124. 
Muston, Agnes, 91 ; William, gi. 
Myers, Ann, 16; John, 132; Mary, 

56 ; Robert, 56 ; Thomas, 56. 
Mynnett, John, 75. 



N 



Naull, Mary, gg. 
Nelson, Anne, 67. 
Newark, Charles, 78 ; Henry, 62 , 

Jane, 7S. 
Newcombe, Elizabeth, 131; Tobyas, 

131- 

Newcomen, Dame Margery, 78; 
Nicholas, 78. 



INDEX. 



159 



Newland, Christopher, 126; Elizabeth, 

126. 
Neville, Katheren, 91 ; Thomas, 91. 
Nickelson, Francis, 68. 
Nicholson, Anne, 125; Elizabeth, 125; 

Henry, 95 ; Thomas, 18 ; William, 

125. 
Nobell, Robert, 67. 
Noble, Ambrose, 55 ; Margaret, 55 ; 

Thomas, 67. 
Nornabell, Thomas, 13. 
Norris, Thomas, 6g. 
North, John, 137; Mary, 137. 
Northfolke, Joshua, 32. 
Norton, Elizabeth, 13S ; Jane, 14 ; 

Margaret, 53 ; Robert, 138. 
Norwood, Alexander, 53 ; Nicholas, 

53 ; Thomas, 53. 
Nowell, Tabitha, 70 ; Thomas, 70. 
Nycholsonne, Roger, 14. 
Nycolson, James, 60; Thomas, 61. 
Nycolsone, Isabell, 58 ; Richard, 58. 



Oakley, Humphrey, 130; Susannah, 

130. 
Odlinge, Katherine, 10S ; Thomas, 

108. 
Oglethorpe, Alice, 16, 17; Jane, 14; 

John, 17 ; Robert, 89, 92. 
Okes, Henry, 59; William, 59. 
Oliphant, Lawrence, 74. 
Onewright, Hannah, 76. 
Orson, Susan, 96. 
Orwain, Ingram, 69. 
Osney, Ambrose, 143 ; Elizabeth, 143. 
Ostler, Susan, 75 ; William, 75. 
Otley, William, 8. 
Ouldam, Jennett, 55. 



Page, Anne, 20; Katherine, 125. 

Pagitt, Edward, 17. 

Palmer, John, 53 ; Mary, 53 ; William, 

75, 122. 
Pardoe, Ann, 12. 
Parfett, J., 76. 

Parker, Joseph, 141 ; Richard, 17. 
Parkhurst, Anne, 124. 
Parleby, Hugh, 107 ; Margaret, 107. 
Parsons, Robert, in. 
Pashelaye, Dyonis, 14. 
Paulett, Sir William, gi. 
Pawlett, William, Lord St. John, 71. 
Payne, Christopher, log. 
Peacock, Cornelius, 150. 
Pearcey, Duglas, 12. 
Pearsay, William, ig. 
Pearson, John, 28 ; William, 3g. 
Peart, Edward. 94. 
Pease, George, 55. 
Pennock, Anne, 23. 



Penrose, Elizabeth, 36. 

Perrot, Edward, 129; George, 129; 

Richard, 129; Robert, 129. 
Petch, Robert, 5g. 
Phillips, James, 121 ; Johan, 121 ; John, 

121. 
Pickard, Ann, 16, 17 ; Charles, 17 ; 

Mrs., 18; Thomas, 16, 17. 
Pickersgill, Jane, 20 ; Thomas, 20. 
Pierson, Lydia, 146. 
Pigburne, William, 8. 
Pigot, Jennet, 13. 
Pinder, Elizabeth, 37. 
Pipard, Thomas, n. 
Pitt, James, 131 ; Jennet, 141 ; Mary, 

131 ; Thomas, 131. 
Pixell, Thomas, 54. 
Pollan, Henry, 31. 
Poole, Thomas, m. 
Pope, Sir Thomas, 74. 
Porter, James, 5g ; Thomas, gg. 
Portor, Mary, 81. 
Potte, Robert, 8. 

Potter, John, 67 ; Joseph, 67 ; Mary, 67. 
Powell, Bernard, 58 ; Elizabeth, 58. 
Powle, William, 14. 
Preece, James, 121 ; Katherine, 121 ; 

Oliver, 121 ; William, 121. 
Preston, Thomas, 150. 
Price, James, 121 ; Thomas, 121 ; 

William, 121. 
Prideaux, Margaret, 136 ; Edmund, 136. 
Pritchard, William, 118. 
Procter, Anne, 127; Elizabeth, 127; 

John, 127. 
Pryce, Sybbell, 21. 
Pullan, William, 63. 
Pullen, John, 58. 
Punchard, Sarah, 76. 
Purratt, Margaret, 16. 
Purse, Nathaniel, 133. 
Pursglove, Anne, 143. 
Py . . . . , Katherine, 33. 

Q- 

QUEENSBERRY, Duke of, 4. 

Quelch, Henry, 136. 
Quibell, Joseph, 46. 
Quinney, Thomas, 142. 



R. 



Rack, Dinah, 95. 

Randall, Katharine, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 

Rantree, Martha, 8. 

Ratstrick, Rebecka, 31. 

Rawlyns, Timothy, 127. 

Rawson, Jonathan, 42 ; Lawrence, 60. 

Rayley, John, 41. 

Rayner, Robert, 6g ; Timothy, 103,104. 

Raynes, John, 142; Richard, 142. 

Read, William, 35. 

Reane, William, 54. 



i6o 



INDEX. 



Reeve, William, 118. 

Remington, Richard, 13. 

Reyner, Nicholas, 104. 

Rhoades, Henry, 102. 

Rhodes, Christopher, 30 ; Henry, 105. 

Richardson, Frances, 143 ; John, 42, 

43 ; Steven, 143 ; . . . ., 88. 
Rigeall, Richard, 61. 
Ripley, Henry, 64. 
Roath, Edward, 54; John, 54. 
Roberts, Elizabeth, 140; Giles, 119; 

John, 53 ; Joshua, 46 ; Thomas, 118. 
Robertson, Archibald, 3 ; Thomas, 108. 
Robins, John, 132. 
Robinson, Benjamin, 94; Catherine, 

30; James, 37 ; Margaret, ig. 
Rockingham, Lady, 122. 
Rodwell, William, 47. 
Roger, John, 59 ; Robert, 20. 
Rogers, Francis, 74 ; Mary, 96 ; Peter, 

61 ; Rebecca, 98, g9 ; Richard, 98, 99. 
Rolph, Sarah, 11S. 
Roos, Peter, 92. 
Rosseter, Sir Edward, 114. 
Rotherham, John, 73. 
Rouse, Hester, 86 ; Robert, 86. 
Rowe, Bridget, 67; Mary, 67, 68; 

John, 117. 
Rowes, Hester, 86. 
Roxton, Gregory, 71. 
Rudd, Mathew, 126. 
Ruggle, John, 52. 
Rushby, William, 26. 
Russell, Margaret, 61. 
Rutter, Henry, 87. 



S. 



Sainter, Anne, 131 ; Robert, 63. 

Sale, Betteris, 138 ; Elizabeth, 138. 

Salmon, Isabella, 78. 

Salter, Edward, 135. 

Sampson, Thomas, 66. 

Sandars, Brigitt, 12. 

Sanderson, Frances, 6 ; Robert, 6 ; 

William, 150. 
Sandy, Catherine, 25. 
Sargent, Jane, 67 ; John, 67. 
Saule, Betteris, 138 ; Robert, 138. 
Saunders, Alice, 120; Anne, 120; 

John, 120. 
Saunderson, Frances, 85, 152; Robert, 

85. 
Savell, Gabriel, 80. 
Savill, John, 58. 

Sawer, Elizabeth, 74; William, 74. 
Saxton, Elizabeth, iS; William, 18. 
Scarth, Thomas, 64. 
Scholay, Mary, 8. 
Scholey, George, 31. 
Scott, Alice, 26; John, ng, 130; 

Mary, 57 ; Thomas, 114; William, 

57; 3- 



Scrimser, Geoffrey, 91 ; Richard, 91 ; 

Thomas, 91 ; William, 91. 
Scrogges, Jane, 68; William, 68. 
Seamer, Robert, 83 ; 85. 
Semar, John, 58. 
Severne, Katherine, 137 ; Nicholas, 137. 

Sewell ,5. 

Sharp, Henry, 44 ; John, 102. 

Sharpaste, William, 17. 

Sharpe, Emme, 51. 

Sharr, John, 33. 

Sheere, Mary, 124. 

Shelford, George, 11; Robert, 116; 

William, 116. 
Sheperd, John, 58. 

Shepheard, Immanuell, 44 ; Sarah, 12. 
Sherwood, Mary, 13. 
Shewell, Ann, 118. 
Shewringe, Thomas, 54. 
Shipman, Elizabeth, 85 ; Thomas, 85. 
Shipton, Robert, 115. 
Shireson, William, 17. 
Shirtland, Samuel, 142. 
Short, George, 12, 47. 
Simpson, Marie, 31. 
Simson, William, 67. 
Skinner, John, 112 ; Margaret, 140; 

Nicholas, 11. 
Skneath, Mr., 55. 
Smallbone, Elizabeth, 51. 
Smeaton, Anne, 64. 
Smedley, Benjamin, 142. 
Smith, Alice, 17; Archibald, 4; Chris- 
tian, 4 : Edward, 128 ; Francis, 116 ; 

Grace, 10S; Hannah, 25; John, 94, 

gg, 108, 134, 142; Margaret, 52; 

Mary, 6, gg ; Richard, 6, g8, gg; 

Thomas, 116, 117; Walter, 128; 

William, 108. 
Smyth, Grace, 108; William, 108. 
Snell, Stephen, 22. 
Snydall, Dorothy, 55 ; Francis, 55 ; 

John, 55 ; Richard, 55. 
Sopford, John, 78 ; Sarah, 78. 
Soreby, Elizabeth, 152. 
Soresbye, John, 61. 
Sotham, Henry, 24. 
Southcote, George, 128. 
Sowby, Elizabeth, 152. 
Sowden, Edward, 133. 
Spacey, Jonas, 66. 
Spark, Robert, 124. 
Spatchett, Mary, 75. 
Speke, John, 136. 
Spence, Thomas, 65. 
Spendley, Henry, 55. 
SpendlufT, Dennis, S4 ; Suzan, S4. 
Spendola, Anne, 87 ; Robert, 87. 
Spicor, Helena, 44. 
Squire, Alice, 26; John, fii. 
Stable, Robert, 57. 
Stafford, Lord, 138. , 
Stanford, Alice, 112; Anthony, 112; 

John, 6g. 



INDEX. 



161 



Stanton, Edward, 117, 118; Rebecca, 

117, 118. 
Stapleton, Robert, 12. 
Stathum, Henry, 71. 
Staunton, Anthony, gi ; Catherine, 91 ; 

Edward, 11S. 
Stavicke, Andrew, iog, no. 
Stead, Rebecca, 77. 
Stedd, Anne, 124; Katherine, 124; 

Robert, 124. 
Stephens, Henry, 121 ; Thomas, 137. 
Stevenson, Anne, 28 ; George, 35 ; 

John, 125; Richard, 69; Roger, 

125 ; Samuel, 134. 
Stillinge, Issabell, 14. 
Stockdale, George, 143. 
Stofford, Robert, 135. 
Storr, Christopher, 24. 
Storrs, Caleb, 66; Mary, 66, 67. 
Storry, Edward, g6 ; Elizabeth, 96. 
Stowe, William, 116. 
Stringer, Mary, 20. 
Stubbins, Robert, 101. 
Sugden, Thomas, 30. 
Sumner, Anne, 51 ; Thomas, 51. 
Suttell, John, 40. 
Sutton, Joanna, 146. 
Swifte, Issabell, 20. 
Symons, Henry, 49, 50 ; Silvestra, 4g ; 

William, 75. 
Syvor, Janet, 60. 

T. 

Tailor, Gabriel, 65. 

Tait, Janet, 3 ; William, 3. 

Talboy, Catherine, 57. 

Tamworth, Gregory, 13S; Katherine, 
138. 

Tankerd, Frances, 66. 

Tanner, Ann, 52 ; Jane, 148. 

Taylor, Mary, 131 ; Thomas, 66, 7g. 

Taylour, Charles, 41. 

Terricke, Humphry, 68. 

Tesh, John, 38. 

Theaker, Richard, 5g. 

Thewlis, Mary, 141. 

Thompson, Anthony, 100 ; Christopher, 
133; Sarah, 133. 

Thompsonne, Elizabeth, 32. 

Thorburn, John, 4 ; Thomas, 4. 

Thornburgh, Richard, 151. 

Thornton, William, 58. 

Thorpe, Joan, 147 ; John, 75 ; Robert, 
ng. 

Throop, Margaret, 81. 

Thurleston, John, 60. 

Thwaites, John, 56 ; Robert, 18. 

Thwaytes, John, 54. 

Tilney, Richard, 28. 

Tincker, Mary, ig. 

Tipladie, William, 43. 

Todd, Alice, 55 ; Daniel, 61 ; Mar- 
garet, 21 ; William, 55. 



Tointon, Susan, 145 ; William, 145. 
Tomlinson, Elizabeth, 38; Mary, 7g ; 

T., 7g. 
Tomson, Christopher, 22. 
Topham, Joseph, 143 ; Rachell, 17. 
Towerson, Joseph, 132 ; Lawrence, 

132; Nicholas, 132. 
Townshend, John, 54; Mary, 54. 
Trentham, James, 116. 
Trewlove, Richard, ig. 
Truman, Helena, 81. 
Tunstall, Elizabeth, 70. 
Turner, Ann, 9 ; Francis, 57 ; Hannah, 

141; Jacob, 77 ; John, 136; Robert, 

8, 9 ; Sarah, 77. 
Tusson, Lawrence, 60. 
Twyford, Edward, 74. 
Tyas, George, 58. 

U. 

Unett, Alice, y5 ; John, 115. 
Upton, Elizabeth, 46. 

V. 

Vair, William, 4. 

Vaughan, Douglas, 122 ; Francis, 122 ; 

John, 122, 152; Sir Henry, 122. 
Veitch, R. S., 5; John, 5. 
Vessey, Anne, 47 ; John, 14. 

W. 

Waddington, Christopher, 41. 

Wagstaffe, William, 4g. 

Wakelyn, William, 122. 

Walcot, Elizabeth, 86 ; Francis, 84 ; 

Mary, 86; Robert, 86. 
Walken, Anne, 17 ; Thomas, 17. 
Walker, Francis, 84; Henry, 142; 

John, 58 ; Thomas, 58 ; William, 80. 
Wallett, Katherine, 100 ; William, 100. 
Walpole, Thomas, 119. 
Walter, Symon, in. 
Walton, George, 37 ; Isaac, 68 ; 

Thomas, 133. 
Wandesford, Roger, 151. 
Ward, Anne, 142 ; Francis, 142 ; James, 

91 ; John, 125 ; Mary, 32. 
Warkman, Thomas, 133. 
Warter, John, 99. 
Waterer, Margaret, 122. 
Waterhouse, Robert, 16. 
Watkin, John, 95. 
Watson, Anthony, 52; Elizabeth, 17, 

29, 52; Henry, 115; James, 115; 

Jane, 60, 131; Jennett, 115; John, 

62; Robert, 16, 17; William, 131. 
Watts, Elizabeth, n. 
Webb, Phillipe, 120; Robert, 120; 

William, 121. 
Webster, Elizabeth, 12 ; Henry, 72 ; 

Richard, 43. 



l62 



INDEX. 



Weedley, Jane, 57. 
Wellard, Rebecca, 75. 

Wells ,60. 

Welstrapp, John, 142. 

Wentworth, Sir George, 66 ; Jane, 13 ; 

Lady, 66. 
Westoby, Frances, 17. 
Weston, Sir Richard, 127. 
Whalley, William, 72. 
Wharton, Catherine, 66; Lady, 66 ; 

Michael, 66. 
Wheatley, Katherine, 23. 
Whetstone, William, 126. 
White, Anne, 75 ; John, 53 ; Richard, 

75 ; Thomas, 91. 
Whittley, Ellin, 19. 
Whitwell, William, 35. 
Wickham, Elizabeth, 25. 
Wikeley, Hannah, 21. 
Wilcock, Hannah, 88. 
Wilcocks, Elizabeth, 107 ; Richard, 

107. 
Wild, Frances, 6. 
Wilden, Edmund, 103 ; Gertrude, 103; 

Henry, 103 ; John, 103 ; Robert, 

103 ; Thomas, 103 ; William, 103. 
Wildsmith, John, 14. 
Wilkinson, Ann, 39; Christopher, 42; 

John, 72, 143. 
Williams, Robert, 25. 
Williamson, Anthony, 97 ; Robert, 43 ; 

William, 132, 146. 



Williamott, Elizabeth, 75 ; William,75. 

Wilson, Ann, 57 ; Edward, 147 ; Eliza- 
beth, 129; George, 54; Hunter, 57; 
Richard, 12S ; Robert, 57; Roger, 
57 ; Susanna, 57 ; Thomas, 57 ; 
William, 5g. 

Window, John, 21. 

Winter, Alice, 146; William, 62. 

Winterskalls, Robert, 38. 

Womersley, Jennett, 106; William, 
106. 

Woobanke, . . . . , 17. 

Wood, Richard, 134. 

Woodaiell, Thomas, 40. 

Woodes, James, 11. 

Woodwarke, George, 136. 

Worthenton, Roger, no. 

Wright, John, 66. 

Wroe, Washington, 8, 10. 

Wykelef, Alse, 60. 

Wymarke, Edmund, 143. 

Y. 

Yarborough, Charles, 72. 
Yates, Hugh, 63 ; John, 43. 
Yeadon, Hellen, 78. 
Yonge, William, 71. 
Yonger, John, 140. 
Yorke, Hannah, 142. 
Young, Marion, 141. 
Younge, Jane, 130. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Abbot's Ripton, 117. 
Abbots' Sal ford, 51. 
Acaster, 12. 
Ackborough, 60. 
Adderston, 134. 
Adwick le Street, 43. 
Akaster, 45. 
Ake, 13. 
Aketon, 62. 
Aldborough, 32,60. 
Aldfield, 20. 
Algarkirke, 144. 
Allerton Mauliverer, 70. 
Almholme, g. 
Almondbury, 76, 77. 
Althorpe, 93, 94, 95. 
Alton, 127. 
Amcoats, 93, 94, 95. 
Ansley, 48. 
Appleton, 37, 44, 65. 
Ardeley, n. 
Arksey, 7, g, 10. 
Archvick, 149. 
Ashby, 52, 145. 



Ashover, 112. 
Ashton, 92. 
Ask, 141. 
Aslackby, 144. 
Aslabye, 125. 
Aslocton, 88. 
Aspall, 150. 
Aston, 26. 
Attenborough, 52. 
Aughton, 26, 38. 
Ayslaby, 132. 



Badsworth, 13, 37. 
Bagby, 132. 
Baghurst, ill, 112. 
Baildon, 39. 
Bainton, 42. 
Balborough, 6. 
Balcombe, 12. 
Barcheston, 130. 
Bancrofte, 67, 6S. 
Banktop, 122. 
Barmborough, 8. 
Barnby upon Dun, 39. 



INDEX. 



i6- 



Barnes, 101. 
Barwick in Elmet, 59. 
Barton, 126. 

Barton in the Beans, 48. 
Barton le Street, 43. 
Basford, 12, 48. 
Bassingham, 141, 145. 
Bawtry, 49. 
Bayford, 124. 
Beale, 17, 37. 
Bedingfield, 76. 
Bedingham, 150. 
Bentley, 7, 8, g, 10. 
Beeston, 48. 
Beesthorpe, 71. 
Bestecar, 43. 
Bellow Park, 86, 88. 
Berkin, 37. 
Beverley, St. Mary, 38. 

, SS. John and Martin, 25. 

Bewerley, 64. 
Bierley, 96. 

Bilborough, 40, 43, 62. 
Bilham, 33. 
Billingburgh, 144. 
Billingay, 144, 146. 
Binbrook, St. Gabriel, 140. 
Bingley, 42. 
Bindsall, 32. 
Birkin, 61. 
Bishop's Cleeve, 11. 
Bloxham, Si. 
Bloxholme, 81, 82, 85. 
Blyth, 6, 7, 58, 85, 122, 150. 
Boiling, 133. 
Bolton, 42. 

Percy, 40, 44, 62, 65. 

Boolton, 42. 

Bossall, 25. 

Boston, 144. 

Bowe, 126. 

Bowood, 126. 

Bradford, 28, 56, 96, 133. 

Bradley, 127. 

Bradwall, 112. 

Bradwell, i2g. 

Brafford, 37. 

Braithwell, 42. 

Braistywood, 21. 

Bramham, 44, 63, 92. 

Bramhope, 27, 62. 

Bramley, 42, 43. 

Brandon, 83, 84, 85, 145, 146. 

Brandsby, 36. 

Brant Broughton, 139. 

Branthwate, 64. 

Branton, 65. 

Braybrooke, iog. 

Brayles, 130. 

Brentford, 70. 

Bridgford, 87. 

Bridlington, 33. 

Brighton, 37. 

Bright's Closes, 101. 



Bringes, 101. 
Bristol, 50, 51, 131. 
Broadwater, 149. 
Bromboe, 131. 
Brompton, 43. 
Brotton, 43. 
Brandish, 11. 
Bubwith, 37. 
Burford, 74. 
Burghwallis, 8. 
Burlescombe, 128. 
Burley, 26. 
Burniston, 61. 
Burreby, 64. 
Burstwicke, 37, 136. 
Burton Agnes, 43. 
Buslingthorpe, 69. 
Butley, 54. 
Butterwick, 95. 



Cademuir Hill, 3. 

Calais, 70, 91. 

Calcutta, 5. 

Calverley, 41, 42, 112. 

Cambridge, 6g, g8, 137. 

Campsall, 50. 

Cantley, 43. 

Canwick, 144. 

Carleton, 33, 64, 65, 70, 72. 

Carlton, go — 92, 107, 144. 

in Lindrick, 12, 65. 

in Snayth, 66. 

Carshalton, 122. 
Castlehill, 4. 
Castley, 40. 
Cathorpe, 84. 
Catton, 36. 
Cawood, 63. 
Cawthorne, 43. 
Cayton, 36, 69. 

Chapel Allerton, 56, 103, 104. 

Chapel le Frith, no. 

Chard, 136. 

Chawford, 74. 

Chelmessed, 126. 

Cherry Orton, 98. 

Chester, 96. 

Clarborough, 49, 58. 

Clayton, 34. 

Clee, 144. 

Clifton, 27, 63, (co. Nottm.), 46. 

cum Glasston, 48. 

Clixby, 143. 
Clyfton, 26, 27. 
Cobham, in. 
Cockan, 42. 
Cockhay, 120. 
Cold Hanworth, 76. 
Coleby, 85, 87. 
Coleherne, 70. 
Colmers, 71. 
Colston Bassett, 53. 



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INDEX. 



Colton, 40, 42, 62, 63. 
Combes Head, no. 
Conesby, 144. 
Conisborough, 18. 
Conisthorpe, 70. 
Coulston, 103. 
Cramilt, 5. 
Cranbrooke, 148. 
Cranckley, 70, 71. 
Cranswick, 41. 
Cranworth, 119. 
Crayford, 49. 
Creditor), 117. 
Crich, 142. 
Crickett, 136. 
Crofts farm, 56. 
Cromwell, 147. 
Crosyates, 53. 
Crowle, 150. 
Crowston, 114. 
Crowland, 144. 
Croydon, 53. 
Croyland,.i28. 
Cuckney, 12, 47. 
Curborow, 53. 

D. 

Dalbie, 143. 
Danby, 44. 

with Glaisdale, 39. 

Darfield, 32, 57. 

Darrington, 16. 

Deal, 96. 

Debenham, 76. 

Dedington, 118. 

Demelbie, 145. 

Denby, 54, 123. 

Dene, 87. 

Dennyland, 150. 

Denton, 152. 

Deptford, 52, in. 

Derby, 142. 

Derbyshire, 83. 

Derrythorpe, 95. 

Diseworth, 115, 116. 

Dodworth, 23. 

Doncaster, 10, 41, 49, 51, 54, 59, 66, 

87, 88, 97. 
Donnington, 64. 
Dore, 141. 
Dover, 70, 99. 
Dronfield, 141. 
Dunnington, 33. 
Durham, 152. 
Duxford, 101. 

E. 

Earl Shilton, no. 

Easingwold, 31. 

East Drayton, 48, 75, 77. 

Dereham, 133. 

Greenwich, 130. 



East Halton, 146. 
Keswick, 63. 

Markham, 21. 

Retford, 49, 52, 58. 

Rigton, 62. 

Eastrington, 12. 

East Rudham, 119. 

Stockwith, 71. 

Stoke, 74. 

Theddlethorpe, 78. 

Waytton, 58. 

Eccleshill, 133. 
Edenstowe, 88. 
Edinburgh, 4, 5. 
Edlington, 145. 
Edwinstowe, 49. 
Egloshayle, g8. 
Egmanton, 61. 
Egton, 29, 64, 108. 
Egton Banks, 107. 
Eland, 58. 

Elkesley, 49. 
Ellerburne, 44. 
Ellercar Close, 136. 
Elme, 52. 

Elmston Hardwick, 75. 
Eltesley, 98, 99. 
Elvington, 3S, 41. 
Emley, 34, 40. 
Enston, 74. 
Epworth, 95. 
Erith, 134. 
Escrick, 39. 
Eshold, 26, 30, 106. 
Eskdaileside, 75. 
Esterheale. 144. 
Etherthorpe, 57. 
Etton, 29. 
Everthorpe, 57. 
Everton, 4g. 
Exeter, 109, no, 135. 
Exning, 76. 



Fallingfosse, 61. 
Fareburn, 63. 
Farmedale, 57. 
Farnham, 126. 
Faversham, 11. 
Fearby, 107. 
Feathen, 3. 
Felbeck-house, 63. 
Felixkirk, 39. 
Felkirk, 10, II, 28, 141. 
Feniton, 135. 
Fenotterie, 135. 
Ferry Fryston, 37. 
Ferry Moore, 31. 
Feversham, 116. 
Filingdales, 55. 
Finchingfield, 54. 
Fishlake, 42, 60. 
Fishtoft, 144. 



INDEX. 



I6 5 



Flamborough, 29, 65, 137, 138. 

Flaxton, 25, 43. 

Flecknoe, 142. 

Flintham, 48. 

Folkingham, 84. 

Follifoot, 45. 

Foston, 25. 

Foxholes, 61. 

Framlingham, 54. 

Freiston, 145. 

Frickley, 13. 

Fryston, 84. 

Fylingdales, 3g. 

G. 

Gainsborough, 67. 

Gamlingay, 129. 

Galberston, 103. 

Galphay, 21. 

Gatefulford, n. 

Gate Helmsley, 33, 64. 

Gayton, 146. 

Gibraltar, 7g. 

Giesbye, 58. 

Girton, 74. 

Glaisedaile, 136. 

Glassmount, 5. 

Glemsford, 52. 

Glesedale, 64. 

Gloucester, St. Nicholas, 21. 

Godmanchester, 150. 

Godstone, 148. 

Goldsborough, 70. 

Gosberton, 82, 144. 

Gosport, g6. 

Gotham, 48. 

Gouxill, 144. 

Goxhill, 145. 

Grantham, 144. 

Grantley, 63. 

Grasby, 143. 

Grassington, 32. 

Great Limber, 114. 

Marlow, 73. 

Ponton, 85. 

Whitley, 120. 

Greet, 118. 
Gresby, 75, 146. 
Gresthorpe, 147. 
Greystonegill, 78. 
Grimley, 11. 
Grimsby, 78, 79. 
Grisington, 64. 
Griston, 32. 
Grove, 65. 
Guernsey, 147. 
Guisborough, 42. 
Guiseley, 30, 55, 63. 
Gunnerbie, 144. 
Gunthorpe, 95. 

H. 

Hackney, 124, 131. 



Hackonbie, 144. 
Hadlesay, 17. 
Haitfield, 44. 
Hake, 13. 
Halden, 77. 
Halifax, 23. 
Hallow, 11. 
Halton, 144. 
Hambird, 150. 
Hampstall Ridware, 68. 
Harpedon, 113. 
Harpurhey, g6. 
Harrowgate, 78. 
Harthill, 7, 17. 
Harworth, 12, 18, 49, 87. 
Hatfield, 44. 
Havant, g6. 
Headrow, 22. 
Heaton, 28. 
Heburne, 112. 
Heddingley, 22. 
Hedon, 58. 
Helmsley, 33. 
Hemingby, gg. 
Hempsthwaite, 78. 
Heptonstall, 37. 
Hertford, 52. 
Heslerton, g6. 
Hessay, 62. 
Hessle, 44. 
Heston, 12. 
High Hoyland, 34. 
High Paul, 40. 
Hilhousbankes, 22. 
Hilton, 141. 
Hinckley, no, 134. 
Hinderwell, 3g, 44. 
Hinxton, 101. 
Hitchin, 148. 
Holbech, 144, 145. 
Holbich-drove, 67. 
Hollylee, 3. 
Holme, 92. 

next Newark, 74. 

in Spaldingmoore, 38. 

on the Wolds, 13. 

Holmpton, 136. 

Hong Kong, 5. 

Honington, 96. 

Hope, 122, 123, 135. 

Horbury, 37. 

Horley, 53. 

Hormead Magna, n. 

Hornby, 135. 

Horncastle, gg, 144. 

Horsforth, 30, 58, 106. 

Horsham, 126, 127. 

Horsington, 96. 

Horstead, 54. 

Horton Kirby, 97, gS. 

Houghall, 112. 

Hougham, 84, 96. 

Hough on the Hill, 83, 84, 85, 87. 

Houlbecke, 22. 



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INDEX. 



Hounslow, 12. 
Hovingham, 43, 51. 
Howden, 11, 12, 76, 124. 
Huddersfield, 39, 76, g6. 
Hughley, East Indies, 105, 106. 
Hull, 67, 95, 10S, 132, 140. 

, St. Mary, 42. 

, Trinity, 24. 

Humberston, 73, 74, 79, 108. 
Hunnington, 102. 
Huntingdon, 69, 98. 
Huttoft, 75. 
Hutton Bonvill, 43. 

Bushell, 37. 

Cranswick, 41. 

Pannall, 10, 33. 

Hykeham, 144. 
Hymsworthe, 60. 



Ilketshall St. Lawrence, 123. 

St. Margaret, 75. 

Ilkley, 41. 
Ilminster, 136. 
Immingham, 145. 
Inchberrowe, 120. 
Inclerowe, 120. 
Ipswich, 54, 76. 
Irforth, 146. 

K. 

Keilington, 17. 
Kellington, 2g, 37. 
Kelstern, 78. 
Kemble, 121. 
Kenford, 53. 
Kensington, 70. 
Kersall (? Knesall), 88. 
Kew, 12. 
Kexby, 36, 37. 
Keyingham, 44. 
Killingbecke, 6g. 
Kilham, 38, 148. 
Kilnsea, 38. 
Kingerbie, 146. 
King's Bromley, 70. 
Kingston, 137. 
Kinnersley, 121. 
Kippax, 23. 
Kirby Kendall, 115. 

Wharfe, 55. 

Kirbymoorside, 75. 
Kirkby Malzeard, 21. 

Misterton, 40. 

Overblows, 38. 

Kirkdighton, 62, 63. 
Kirkella, 37. 
Kirkgait, 22. 
Kirkham, 122. 
Kirk Heaton, 38. 
Kirkleatham, 66. 
Kirk Smeaton, 16. 



Kirmington, 114, 115, 143, 145. 
Kirton, 46, 96, 152. 
Knesall, 92. 
Knighton, 88. 
Kytelyngton, 77. 

L. 

Lambeth, 149. 

Lancing, 76. 

Langton, 41. 

Lastingham, 40, 42. 

Laughton, 14. 

Laxton, 48. 

Leaphooke, 53. 

Leathley, 27, 40. 

Lednam, 144. 

Ledsham, 33. 

Ledston, 33. 

Leeds, 22, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63, 74, 97, 

104, 105. 
Leeds Kirkgate, 103, 105. 
Leesdown, 99. 
Leicester, 106. 
Lenton, 88. 
Leomster, 121. 
Leven, 36. 
Lichfield, 141. 
Lidgait, 22. 
Lincoln, 54, 82, 85, 100, 143, 144, 145. 

, St. Swithin, 141. 

Linton, 32, 43, 64. 

upon Ouse, 57, 60, 66. 

Little Amwell, 124. 

Limber, 114. 

Driffield, 39. 

Tew, in. 

Lockington, 13. 
Lockton, 135. 
Lofthouse, 36. 

London, 3, 51, 53, 67, 68, 92, 95, 103, 
104, 105, 106, no, in, 115, 118, 
125, 130, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 
148. 

London : 

, Allhallows, 129. 

, Bream's Buildings, 76. 

, Brewer's Yard, gg. 

, Drury Lane, 125. 

, Falkner's Alley, 137. 

, Gray's Inn, 112, 113. 

, High Holborne, 126. 

, Inner Temple, gg, I2g. 

, Lincoln's Inn, 114. 

, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 134. 

, Long Acre, gg. 

, Lymehouse, 147. 

, Milbank, 70. 

, Philpot Lane, 6g. 

, Princes St., 125. 

, St. Andrew, Holborn, gS, 132, 

134, 146. 

, St. Andrew Hubbard, 6g. 

, St. Bartholomew the Great, 

97. H 1 ' 



INDEX. 



167 



London : 

, St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, 53. 

, St. Botolph, Bishopgate, 141. 

, St. Bride, 6g, 99, 124. 

, St. Bridgit, 137. 

, St. Clement Danes, 70, 117. 

, St. Dunstan, 132. 

, St. Dunstan's in the West, 

76, 146. 

, St. George, Middx., 53. 

, St. George's, Bloomsbury, 87, 

89. 

, St. Giles, Cripplegate, 141. 

, St. Giles in the Fields, 87, 89, 

99, 129, 146. 
, St. James, Clerkenwell, 129, 

135- 

— , St. James's, Westminster, 118. 

, St. Margaret's, Westminster, 

69, 70, in. 
, St. Martin in the Fields, 99, 

in, 118. 

, St. Mary, 129. 

, St. Mary, Aldermary, 100. 

, St. Mary, Islington, 53. 

, St. Mary le Strand, 68. 

, St. Mary le Savoy, 67. 

■ , St. Mathew, Friday St., 141. 

, St. Paul, Covent Garden, 70. 

, St. Sepulchre, 53, 126, 137. 

, Shier lane, gg. 

, Stepney, 147. 

, Temple Bar, gg. 

, Temple Church, gg. 

, The Strand, gg. 

, Warwick Lane, go. 

Londonthorpe, 145. 
Longdon, 67, 68, 115. 
Longhope, 106. 
Lound, 81. 
Louth, 78. 
Lowdham, 48. 
Loxbeare, 128. 
Luddington, 145. 
Luffenhall, 11. 
Lurgarshall, 107. 
Lusby, 78. 
Luton, 113. 
Lyth, 3g, 107. 



M. 



Mablethorpe, 75. 
Madras, I4g. 
Macclesfield, 67. 
Maltby, 38, 77, 85. 
Malton, 58. 

, St. Michael's, 3S. 

Manchester, 76, i4g. 
Manitoba, 5. 
Manor, 3, 4. 
Mansfield, 48, g6. 
Mansfield Woodhouse, 48. 
Marden, 51. 



Market Deeping, 12S. 

Markfield, 50. 

Marnham, 48, 66. 

Marr, 54. 

Marston, 81, 83, 85, 86, 87. 

Marshchapel, 144. 

Marshland, 113. 

Marston in Holderness, 5g, 60. 

Masham, 20, 106, 107. 

Massam, 60. 

Mattersey, 47. 

Medley, 23. 

Melton Mowbray, 107. 

Ross, 143. 

Melling, log, 135. 

Menston, 27. 

Menwith Hill, 78. 

Messingham, g5. 

Methley, 8, 44. 

Mettingham, 123. 

Mickleham, 75. 

Michelham, 148. 

Middleton, 34. 

Milhill, 22. 

Milton, 117. 

Mirfield, 35. 

Moore Allerton, 56, 102, 103, 104, 105. 

Mooretowne, 56. 

Moor Monkton, 2g, 44, 57, 66. 

Moregaite, 58. 

Moreside, 60. 

Morrey, 67, 68. 

Moulton, 140, 144, 146. 

Mount Sorrell, 51. 

Much Hadham, 152. 

Much Waltham, 116. 

Mumby, 78, 144. 

Mydleton cum Hilton, 41. 

Myton upon Swale, 24. 



N. 



Nafferton, 42. 

Netherbury, 126. 

Nether Stowey, 128. 

Netherthorpe, 74. 

Nether Yeadon, 56, 62. 

Newall, 42. 

Newark, 65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 80, 85, 

8g, g2, 147. 
Newberry, in. 
Newby, 33. 
Newcastle, 5, 112. 

upon Tyne, 74, 102, 105. 

New Hall, 58. 

Newington, 120. 
New Malton, 38, 43. 
New Sleford, 143. 
Newton upon Ouse, 43, 57. 
Norhill, 68. 

Normanton upon Trent, 52. 
Northallerton, 3g, ng. 
North Cave, 34. 

Clifton, 49. 



[68 

North Collingham, 48, 74, 147. 

Dalton, 39, 95. 

Ferriby, 44. 

Kelsey, 143. 

Lofthouse, 59. 

Muskham, 92. 

Northoram, 23. 
North Somercoats, 75. 

Wheatley, 49. 

Norton, 50, 150. 

(co. York), 39. 

Cuckney, 65. 

Norwich, 55, 97. 
Nottingham, 54, 77, S8. 
Notton, 31. 

Nun Appleton, 61. 
Nunmonkton, 65. 



Oakbarge Holme, 107. 
Oakbridge Holme, 64. 
Oakesey, 121. 
Oddingley, 120. 
Offerton, 122. 
Oldborough, 24. 
Old Byland, 39. 
Oldcotes, 6, 74. 
Old Mai ton, 43. 
Orby, 78. 
Ordsall, 49. 
Ormiston, 3. 
Orsett, 116. 
Osgathorpe, 142. 
Otley, 22, 26. 
Otteringham, 64. 
Ottery, 135. 
Overton, 41. 
Owmby, 143, 152. 
Owston, 48, 94. 
Owndale, 55. 
Oxenton, 75. 
Oxford, 96. 



Paghill, 66. 
Pampisford, 101. 
Pannall, 33. 
Parke-mill, 34. 
Parkhouse, 6. 
Pattrington, 12, 56, 64. 
Paull, 40, 66. 
Pawnton Magna, 70. 
Peebles, 3, 4. 
Peniston, 23, 36, 54, 123. 
Pennly, 131. 
Peroth, 55. 
Petersham, 12. 
Pickering, 68, 148. 
Pickering Lith, 151. 
Pleasley, 67. 
Plumtree, 4g. 
Pomiestoke, 120. 



INDEX. 



Pontefract, 42, 57, 60, 61, 88. 
Portsmouth, 137. 
Prescott, 52. 
Priavin, 133. 
Priors Salford, 51. 
Prittlewell, 150. 
Pulham, 144. 
Putham, 76. 
Pylle, n. 

Q- 

QUARRINGTON, I44, 146. 

Queenborough, 116. 

R. 

Radford, ii. 
Rampton, 77. 
Ratcliff, 57. 

on Trent, 48. 

Rathbie, 144. 
Rawdon, 30, 31, 61. 
Rawden, 62, 63. 
Rawmarsh, 17. 
Rawsbie, 59. 
Redinghall, 150. 
Reighton, 44. 
Renetts Hall, 124. 
Richmond, 11, 12. 
Ridgly, 127. 
Ridware, 67. 
Righton, 120. 
Rillington, 41. 
Ringstead, 52. 
Riplingham, 37. 
Rislip, 53. 
Robinhood Bay, 55. 
Rochester, 149. 
Roegreene, 114. 
Roiston, 31. 
Roos, 44. 
Rossington, 47. 

Rotherham, 19. 
Rotherhithe, 11S. 
Rous Lench, 51. 
Rouston, S2. 
Routh, 41. 
Rowley, 37. 
Rowsbie, 5g. 
Roxby, 59. 
Royston, 10, 31. 
Ryeley, 123. 
Ryther, 38. 
Ryton, 40. 



St. Edmond's, Bury, 131. 
St. Evall, 132. 
Saint John's, 14. * 
St. Mabyn,g8. 
Salbridge, 142. 



INDEX. 



169 



Salmonby, 78. 

Sandborrowe, 68. 

Sandholm, 12. 

Santon, 44. 

Saundby, 48. 

Saxton, 44. 

Scalby, 35. 

Scalford, 107. 

Scampston, 41. 

Scarborough, 32, 133. 

Scarcroft, 69. 

Scarnethorp, 65. 

Scarrington, 85, 87. 

Scawton, 77. 

Scoldcroft, 103. 

Scots-hall, 62. 

Scrooby, 152. 

Sculcoates, 141. 

Scredington, 143. 

Seacroft, 70. 

Seamer, 43. 

Searby, 143. 

Sedgbrook, 144. 

Selby, 15, 16, 17, 18. 

Sellaby, 112, 113. 

Selston, 48. 

Serlby, 85. 

Settrington, 27. 

Sewerby, 66. 

Seymers, 73. 

Shacklerowes, 123. 

Shadwell, 34. 

Shaftholme, 7. 

Shafton, 54. 

Sharleston, 26, no. 

Shawell, 142. 

Sheere, 53. 

Shelfe, 23. 

Sheffield, 28, 95. 

Shelton, 79, 92. 

Sherburn, 40, 61. 

Shereburn, 63. 

Sheriff Hutton, 42. 

Shipston upon Stower, 52, 130. 

Sidbury, 76. 

Silkestone, 23. 

Silk-Willoughby, 146. 

Sittingborne, 117. 

Skipsea, 42. 

Skipton, 64. 

Skirpenbeck, 41. 

Slaidburn, 78. 

Sledburn, 78. 

Snainton, 43. 

Snayth, 65. 

Snelland, 144, 145. 

Somerby, 114. 

South Carlton, 71, 72, 73, 91. 92, 147. 



Cave, 5 
-cliffe, 34. 
Collingham 
Dalton, 13. 
Ferriby, 95. 
Kilvington, 40 



74- 



South Kyrkbye, 60. 

Muskham, 70, 71, 72. 73, 74, 79, 

89, 91, 92, 147. 
Southricke, 121. 
South Somerhead, 108. 
Southwark, 6g, 100, 121, 124. 

, St. Olaves, 50. 

Southwell, 80. 
Sowerby, 23, 132. 
Spalding, 144. 
Spilsby, 144. 
Spofforth, 45. 
Sprotley, 38. 
Stafford, 127. 
Stainton, 43. 

by Langworth, 143. 

Stanley, 104. 
Staningley, 41. 
Stannington, 130. 
Stansfield, 23, 37. 
Stanthrop, 59. 
Statherne, 107. 
Staveley Woodthorpe, 89. 
Staxton, 61. 
Stepinge, 144. 
Steple Morden, 67. 
Stepney, 7S, 147. 
Stifford, 11. 
Stillingfleet, 45. 
Stirrap, 6, 74, 85. 
Stixwold, 78. 
Stockbridge, 8. 
Stockport, 66. 
Stockwith, 94. 
Stoke, 71. 
Stokesley, 33. 
Stolecroft, 104. 
Stone, 127. 
Stoxley, 33. 
Stradewood, 126. 
Stratford Langthorne, 75. 

le Bowe, 136. 

Street Houses, 62. 
Stubley, 104. 
Studley, 51. 

Hall, 21. 

Sturton, 61, 144. 
Sturton cum Fenton, 49. 
Sutton, 141, 144, 146. 
(co Line.) 75. 

Bonnington, 145. 

upon Derwent, 38, 41. 

St. Edmund, 146. 

on Lound, 48, 81. 

on Trent, 46, 48, 59, 74, 79, 147. 

Swanscombe, 76. 

T. 

Tadcaster, 16, 42, 44, 61, 62, 63, 131. 
Tannington, n. 
Tansley, 142. 
Tathwell, 145. 
Tattershall, 145. 



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Taunton, 134. 
Thacker Rowes, 123. 
Theddlcthorpe, 73, 76, 10S, 145. 
Thirske, 132. 
Thorganby, 39. 
Thorn, 8, 40, 38. 
Thomefield, 17. 
Thorne Gumbald, 66. 
Thorner, 34. 
Thorney, 48. 
Thornton, 28, 35, 151. 
Thorp Arch, 27, 57, 62. 
Thorpe, 48, 67, 76, 77. 

Salvin, 74. 

Tickhill, 13. 

Tidd St Mary, 145. 

Tiddwall, 77. 

Tilney in Marshland, 97. 

Topcliffe, 42. 

Torworth, 7. 

Traquair, 3. 

Treeton, 39. 

Trehar, 132. 

Trevilder, g8. 

Trusthorpe, 108. 

Tuddington, 125. 

Tunbridge, 50, 97. 

Tuxford, 45, 57. 

Tythby, 49. 



Upton, 13, 80. 
Uffington, 68. 
Utterby, 78. 



U. 



w. 



Waddington, 64. 
Wadsley, 66. 
Wakefield, 39, 130. 
Walesby, 96. 
Walpley, 36. 
Walton, 61. 
Wandsworth, 101, 148. 
Wansford, 42. 
Warboys, i2g. 
Warmfield, 26. 
Warmsworth, 67. 
Wath, 42. 
Watton, 35. 
Weibridge, 75. 
Wellam Morehouse, 58. 
Wellesbourne, 128, 129. 
Wellington, 114. 
Welwick, 41. 
Wentbridge, 16. 
Wentworth Chapel, 44. 
West Bridgeford, 77. 

Coatham, 66. 

Cottam, 65. 

Cottinwerth, 38. 

Drayton, 47. 

Westerdale, 38. 



Westfields, 133. 
West Markham, 75. 
Westminster, 87, 89, III, 146. 

, St. Ann's, 12. 

West Theddlethorpe, 78. 
Weston, 48. 

(co. Notts,) 56. 

Westow, 42. 
Weybridge, 111. 
Whaplode, 140, 141. 
Whatton, 48. 

in the Vale, 86, 87, ! 

Whitby, 24, 64. 
Whitchurch, 107. 
Whitelackington, 136. 
Whitgift, 93. 

Whitkirk, 37, 53. 
Whitley, 17, 29. 
Whitwell, 81, 141. 
Wickam, 43. 
Wickwar, 137. 
Willerby, 41. 
Wimbish, 117. 
Winchcombe, 118. 
Winterburne, 137. 
Winterton, 95. 
Wintringham, 40, 95, 150. 
Wisbeach, 113, 114. 
Wistow, 16. 
Witney, 74. 
Wolfhamcoat, 142. 
Wollas, 40. 
Womersley, 37. 
Wood, 135. 
Woodall, 7. 
Woodchurch, 38. 
Woodham Walter, 54. 
Woodhouse, 51, 103, 104. 
Woodmancote, 11. 
Woodmill, 105. 
Wootten, 115. 
Worcester, 54, 125. 
Worksop, 46, 87, 150. 
Worlingworth, 76. 
Worplesdon, 133. 
Worrall, 66. 
Worsborough, 44. 
Worsoppe, 150. 
Wotton, 143. 
Wragby, 12. 
Wrangle, 146. 
Wray, 109, 135. 
Wrelton, 125. 
Wrexham, 131. 
Wykeham, 44. 



Yaxham, 133. 

Yeadon, 30, 31, 55, 63, 106. 

York, 16, 51, 65, 66, 96, 122, 130, 132. 

Trinity, Micklegate, 36. 

Yoxhall, 67, 68. 



INDEX OF CHRISTIAN NAMES OF 
MARSHALLS. 



Names are usually given under their modern spellings. When a person 
has two or more names initials only are given. 

Wives are indexed as Marshalls, as well as under their maiden names in 
the Index of Persons. 



Abigail, 47. 

Abraham, 30, 37, 45, 48, 55—57, 96, 
106, 140. 

Adam, 140. 

A. E.,95. 

Agnes, 4, 19, 20, 48, 62, 80, 84, 91, 104, 
126, 143, 144, 147. 

Alexander, 3, 4, 62, 83, 85, 96, 128, 146. 

Alice, Alee, Alis, etc., 8, 14, 15, 17, 18, 
21, 22, 24— 28, 31, 34, 39, 42, 46, 48, 
51—54. 57—59. 62, 63, 65, 66, 81, 
83, 86, 89, 92, log, 113, 125, 126, 133, 

1 35< !39. HO, 145— J 47. r 5°- 

Alison, 144. 

Allan, 5. 

Ambrose, 52. 

Andrew, 5, 65. 

Ann or Anne, 6 — 24, 26 — 54, 56 — 59, 
61 — 63, 65 — 6g, 71, 76 — 82, 85, 86, 
Sg, 91 — 94, 106, in, 118, 119, 122, 
124, 127, 128, 130, 131, 134, 138, 141, 
142, 146, 147, 148, 152. 

Anthony, 12, 13, 19, 20, 37, 43, 50, 53, 
64, gS, gg, 115, 124, 135. 

Archibald, 4, 5. 

Arthur, 20, 106, 107, 132. 

Augustine, 83, 84, 85. 

Avice, 138. 



* Barbara, g, 38, 82. 
Barnard, 62, 83, 84. 
Bartholomew, 143. 
Beatrice, ig, 20, 62, 13S, 140, 147. 
Benjamin, 7 — 10, 4g, 67, 83, 86, 87, 

93—95. 97- J 37- 
Bernard, 13, 33, 58. 
Bennitt, 48. 
Betty, 76, 77. 
B. M., 23. 
Brian, 38, 62. 

Bridget, 12, 17, 21, 79, 8g, g2. 
Bryan, 2g, 44. 



C. 



C. E., 5 . 

Cecily, 7, 27. 

Charles, 70, 7g, g6, 114, 115, 138, 148. 



Christian, 4, 5, 2g, 35, 45, 52, 130. 

Christopher, 6, ig — 21, 25, 27, 2g — 31, 
35. 38—40, 46, 5°. 53. 5 6 , 60—63. 66, 
78, 81, 82, 100 — 102, 106, 143, 145. 

Ciceley, 140. 

CJ.,5- 

Clemence, g3. 

Clement, 15. 

C. R., 76. 

Cuthbert, 24, g6, 144, 152. 



D. 



Daniel, ii, 12, 26, gS, gg. 

David, 42, 54. 

Darkas, 42. 

Deborah, ig, 20, 34, 38, 41. 

Densill or Densall, 47, 49, 61. 

Dinah, 36, 40, 95. 

Dorothy, 13 — 15, 21, 26, 31, 39, 41 — 

43, 50, 52, 62, 65, 78 — 80, 89, 92, 

119, 134, 141, 143, 147. 
Duglas, 12. 
Duke, 32. 
Dulcibella, 63. 
Dyna, 27. 
Dyonis, 14. 



Earbie, 140. 

Easter, 28. 

Edith, 12, 18, 57, 60, 114. 

Edmond or Edmund, 12, 74, 96, 102 
—5, in, 138, 146. 

Edward, 9, 15, 21, 23, 25, *8, 37, 3g, 
42, 44, 45, 4 g, 52, 56—58, 61—63, 
76, 77, 80, 81, 85, 93—95, 106, 125, 
130—132, 134, 142, 143, 146, 148, 
150. 

E. E.,95. 

E. G., 5. 

Eleanor, Ellinor, Ellenor, etc., 44, 51, 
83. 85, 92, 93, 95, 140. 

Eliezer, 137. 

Elisha, 15. 

Elizabeth, 4 — 21, 23—54, 56 — 65, 78, 
80 — 86, gi — g5, 97, 98, 100 — 103, 
105, 106, no, in, 115 — 120, 123, 
125, 127—130, 132—134, 137, 138, 
140 — 148, 150. 



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INDEX OF MARSHALL*. 



Ellen, Ellin, etc., 6, 14, 19, 20, 30, 38, 
39, 42, 58, S3, 84, gi, 93, 101, 102, 
143, 147. 

Ellinger, 27. 

Ellis, 24, 35, 58, 61, 64. 

Emanuel, 15, 17, 28. 

Emota, Emot, or Emmitt, 15, 31, 43, 
64. 

Ephram, 26. 

Erasmus, 119. 

Esther, 79, Si. 



Faith, 25, 39. 

Fiances, 6, 13, 14, 17, 19, 25, 41, 44, 
48, 69, 70, 72, 74, 75, 79, 80, 89, 92, 

104, 114, 122, 134, 150. 

Francis, 5, II, 13, 20- — 22, 24, 26, 32— 
34, 37, 41, 46, 47, 51, 54, 55, 63, 64, 
79, So, 85, 89, 92, 123, 124, 126, 134, 
138, 139, 147, 149. 

Frank, 5. 

Frankland, 16, 17, 18. 

Frideswide, 81, 82. 

G. 

Gabriell, 48. 

Gell, 101. 

Gennett, 31. 

George, 7, 11, 12, ig, 20, 23, 25, 29, 

31—33, 35. 37.39.44- 45.48,49,51. 
52, 56 — 58,60 — 66, 69, 79, So, 102 — 

105, no, 115, 116, 127, 130, 131, 136, 
140, 141, 143 — 145, 14S, 149. 

Gerard, 76. 

Gervase, 23, 49, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89. 

Gilbert, 112, 113, 122, 123. 

Godfrey, no. 

Grace, n, 22, 23, 25, 30, 34, 35, 40, 

45. 54. 58, 82, 108, 135. 
Guy, 29. 



H. 



Hannah, 12, 21, 22, 25, 30, 32,64, 76, 
87, 93, 94, 95, 109, 11S, 142. 

Hannah Bellow, 50. 

Hellen, 13, 14, 43, 44, 57, 62, 66, 78. 

Henry, 6, 7, II- — 15, 18 — 22, 24, 25, 
27—29, 37, 38, 40, 44, 47—50, 52— 
54,58—60,63,64,71—73,75,78—80, 
Sg — g2, g7, 107, 108, ng, 120, 124, 

*37> 139, J 43, 145. H7- 
Hester, 40, 41, 45, 82, 86. 
Hezekiah, in. 
Hilyard, 7g. 
Hubert, I4g. 

Hugh, 4g, 84, g6, 115, 128. 
Humphrey, no, 135, 143. 



I. 



Ingram, 120. 

Irby, 140. 

Isabel, Isabella, etc., 3 — 6, 14, 17, ig, 
20, 22—24, 2 °. 27, 30, 34, 38, 41, 43, 
45. 54, 5 6 , 58, 61, 63, 65, 78—80, 84, 
85, gi, i2g, 132, 142 — 145. 

Isaac, 25, 47, 118. 

Israel, 3S, 141. 



J. A., 5. 
Jackomy, 113. 
Jael, iog, no. 

James, 3—5, 11— 13, 17, ig, 22, 24, 25, 
29, 33, 35. 36, 38—40, 42, 45—47, 

49, 5°, 57, 6°, 64, 67, g6, Sir, g6, 
iog — in, 113, 132, 140, 141, 145 — 
148. 

Jane, 4, 5, 8, 11, 13 — 18, 20, 21, 26, 
28—30, 34—40, 42—46, 50, 53, 56, 
57, 5g, 61—64, 68, 75, 76, 78, 79, 83, 
87, 94 — 96, 107, 112, 113, 126, 135, 
138, 140, 150. 

Janet, 3, 4, 5, 62. 

Jasiell, 148. 

Jean, 3, 4, 124, 130, 132. 

Jennet, 13, 14, 56, 58, 84, 106, 109, 
115, 141, 146. 

Jeremiah, 26, 28, 30, g6. 

Jeremy, 62, 106. 

J.H.,77. 

J. L.,50. 

J.M.,95. 

Joan, Jone, etc., 14, 17, ig, 32, 41, 48, 

50, 52, 81, 82, 84, 85, Sg, gi, 123, 
140, 142 — 144, 147. 

Joanna, 8, 24, 50, 61, 77, 143. 

Johan, 13, 58. 

John, 6 — 21, 23 — 50, 52 — 56, 5S — 71, 
73, 76 — 81, 83, 84, 86, go — gg, 102 — 
117, ng, 120, 123 — 126, 128, i2g, 
132— 13S, 140—145, 147—150, 152. 

Jonathan, n, ig, 2S, 47, 142. 

Joseph, 7—10, 23, 28, 30, 34, 40, 43, 
55, 62, 66, g6, 106, 131, 142. 

Joshua, 7, 8, 10. 

Josias, 30, 31, 39. 

Judith, 23, 30, 52, 96. 

Juliana, 49. 

Justice, 12. 

J. W. P., 149. 



K. 



Katherinb, 6, 7, 11, 12, 23, 25, 2g, 30, 
33, 34, 38, 4°. 4 2 > 52, 5°, 6l > 62, 64, 
73, 7g, Si, gi, g2, 103, 104, 108, 112, 
115, 138, 140, 147. 

Kenelm, 82. 

K. M., g6. 



INDEX OF MARSHALLS. 



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Lancelot, 43, 140. 

Lawrence, 15, 27, 44, 144. 

Leonard, 18, 20, 21, 25, 42, 63, 78. 

Lettice, 134. 

Libius, 81. 

Lionel, 61. 

Lucy, 16, 17. 

Luke, 30, 93, 95. 

Lydia, 15, 46, 141, 14S. 

M. 

M. A., 79. 

M. A. B., 50. 

M. C, 4. 

Magdlen, 13. 

Major, 23, 37. 

Malsami, 65. 

Margaret, 3 — 6, S, 12, 21, 23 — 27, 29 — 
3 1 . 37' 39, 43- 48—50, 52, 55- 61—64, 
80, 81, 84, 89, 92, 107, 115, 118, ng, 
121— 123, 130, 138, 140, 143, 145, 

146, 150. 

Margery, ig, 48, 52, 84, 140, 145, 146. 

Marion, 4. 

Mark, 3g, 63, 144. 

Marmaduke, 44, 146. 

Martin, 23, 25, 38, 87, 89, 112. 

Martha, 8, 9, 23, 29, 33, 45, 48, 77, 81, 
82, gS, 99, 118, 126, 133. 

Mary, 6—8, 10—14, 26—50, 53, 54, 56, 
57, 60, 62, 63, 65, 66, 75, 78, 79, Si, 
83 — 87, 91, g3 — gg, 106 — 108, 115, 
117, iag, 133, 135, i3g— 142, 145, 

147, 148, 150. 
Maryon, 141, 144. 

Mathew, 12, 20, 23, 26, 38, 40, 41, g8, 

99, 142. 
Matilda, 8. 

Maud, 38, 61, 91, 92, 138. 
Mercy, 26, 30, 31, 39, 55, 62. 
Michael, 15 — 18, 41, 56, 80. 
Miles, 34, S3, 84, 87, 99. 
M.J.,95. 
M. S., 5. 

N. 

Nathaniel, iio. 
Nellie, g6. 

Nicholas, iS, 51, 75, 76, 81, 82, 98, 
134, 139, 140, 150. 



O. 



Obadiah, 148. 

Oliver, 5, 21, Si, 126, 147. 

Othery, 13. 



Parnell, 84. 
Paul, 64, 147. 



Penelope, 47. 
Percival, 144. 
Peter, 15, 16, 22, 29, 31, 36, 43, 55, 56, 

59, 60, 63, 64, 132. 
Petronella, 44, 98. 
Phebe, 76. 

Philip, 12, 28, 38, 98, 99, 117. 
Philippa, 3g. 
Priscilla, 139. 
Prudence, 140. 

R. 

Rachel, ii, 17, 18. 

Ralph, 33, 35, 70—75, 79, So, Sg— 92, 
107, 10S, in, 138, 139. 

Rebecca, 31, 54, 67, 68, 77, 101, 102, 
116. 

Reginald, 146. 

Richard, 6, 7, g, 12, 14, 15, 17 — 25, 
27—36, 39, 40, 42—44, 46, 48, 50, 
52, 54, 55, 57—6o, 62, 64—66, 70, 
77, 80, 83, 85, 86, 91, 94, 106, 109, 
in— 113, 115, 117, 123, 125, 126, 
129, 130, 134, 136, 13S— 140, 142— 
146, 152. 

Robert, 3 — 10, 13 — ig, 21, 24, 26, 27, 

29, 31—33, 38, 39, 44— 48, 5 1 , 54— 
63, 66, 67, 72, 75, 77, 7g — 82, 86, 8g, 
91, 92, 101 — 103, 109, ng, 126, 134, 

135, !38, 140, 14 1 , I43—H5, *47. 
14S. 

Roger, 11, 15 — 17, 19, 38, 49, 53, 60, 

!35, 144. *47- 
Roland, 64. 
Rosamund, 32. 
Rose, 67. 

R. S.,3, 5- 

Ruth, 21, 22, 28, 30, 94, 95, 141. 

Ruhamah, 37. 

S. 

Samuel, 12, 23, 2S, 30 — 32, 40, 41, 55, 
56, 69, 76, 96, gS, gg, 106, 116 — 118, 

136, 137, z 40. 

Sarah, 7 — 10, 12, 15, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 

30, 34, 35, 38, 39, 41. 42, 44, 45, 
47 — 49, 52, 61, 66, 78, 81, 82, 95, 
101, 102, 106, 116, 134, 141, 149. 

Shady, 80. 

Simon, 6, 27, 118, 126, 140, 141, 143, 

147. 
Skillen, 46. 
Sophia, 94, 95. 
Stephen, 38, 43, 45, 50, 54, g 5 , 112, 

117, 140, 144, 150. 
Susan or Susanna, 7 — 10, 20, 2g — 31, 

44, 53, 57- 83, 84, 96, 98, 106, iog, 

125, 131, 145, 146. 
Sybbell, 21, 121. 



Tabitha, 6g, 70. 



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INDEX OF MARSIIALLS. 



Thomas, 6 — 19, 21 — 67, 70, 75 — 78, 
80 — 88, go, 91, 93 — 97, 99, 102, 103, 
105, 107 — in, 117, 120 — 123, 125, 
126, 128, 129, 132, 135, 136, 139— 
145, 148, 150. 

Thomasin, 27. 

Tobias, 48, 65. 

Timothy, 24, 29, 34, 147. 

T. R., 95. 



U. 



Ursula, 55. 



Victoria, 16, 17. 



W. 

Walter, 5, 45, 65. 

Webster, 81. 

W. F., 4. 

William, 3 — 10, 12 — 15, 17 — 32, 34 — 
44, 46—52, 54—59, 62—70, 73, 76, 
77, 80—87, 89, gi — 96, 102 — iog, 
112— 114, 116, 118, 120, 125—127, 
130, 131, 133—136; Sir, 137— 139, 
138—141, 143—147, 152. 

Winifred, 13, 83, 85, 86, 87, 8g, 06. 

W. N., 95. 



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