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Full text of "The registers of St. Bene't and St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London"

Britjhani Yount^ University 
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EDITED BY 

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FoL fiU.— Burials;* 

ST. BENE'T, 1619 to 1837— ST. PETER, 1607 to 1837. 



LONDON: 
1912, 




HAROLD B. LEE LIBRARY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

PROVO. UTAH 



preface. 



npHIS is the fourth and concluding Volume of the Registers of 
-■- St, Bene't and St. Peter's, PauPs Wharf. It contains the Burials 
in the former parish from 1619 and in the latter from 1607, in each 
case to 1837. The earlier Registers of the Burials in both parishes are 
missing. Frequent entries occur in St. Bene't of burials from Doctors 
Commons and from the Heralds' College, and mention of the Heralds' 
pew is made several times. The present Incumbent of the Church, which 
is and has been for many years used as a Welsh Church for the Metropolis, 
was unable to inform me of the site of the Heralds' pew. I gather, 
however, that in the north-east corner of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, the 
present Parish Church of the College, there was until recently a pew 
known as the Heralds' pew, and that it was removed by the late Rector. 
There is no sign of it there now, but possibly some inquiry on the part 
of the officers of the College might lead to the discovery of their old 
pew in the vaults or tower of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey. 

Judging from the names, there must have been a strong contingent 
of inhabitants of Welsh origin in both parishes in the seventeenth and 
eighteenth centuries. 

The deaths from the plagues in 1025 and 1665 appear to have been 
unusually numerous. 

A List of Briefs for damage by fire, rebuilding churches, and so forth, 
will be found at the end of the Volume. 

Many of the courts and alleys mentioned in the Registers no longer 
exist; some were presumably pulled down immediately prior to 1871, 
when Queen Victoria Street, which runs through the parishes, was 
opened. A copy of a part of Rocque's Map of London (1746), including 
the parishes of St. Bene't and St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, and having 
red lines to shew the approximate position of Queen Victoria Street, 
will be found at the beginning of this Volume. 

Since the first volume was issued the Rev. Charles Napier Kelly, 
Canon of St. Paul's and Rector of the united parishes, has died. The 
facilities which he gave for the printing of these Registers have been 
kindly continued by his successor, the Rev. Gerald Keith Stanley Marshall. 

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BURIALS. 

Heeeaftee followeth the names of all the persons which have been buried 
within the parish churche and churcheyarde of S' Benetts Ponies wharfe within y^ 
Cittie of London in the yeare of our Lord god 1619 And in y" yeares of the raigne 
of our soueraigne Lord James by the grace of God of England, Fraunce, and 
Ireland King defender of the faith, &c., the seaventeenth, and of Scotland the 
Three and fiftith. And since the same yeare. 

1619. 

April 16 Doctor Burley, Parson of S' Bennetts, Ponies wharfe abouesaid, died the 
fifteenth daie of Aprill Anno Domini 1019 and lieth in the south 
side of y'^ Chaunceli under M"^ Lloyd his stone and was buried 
30 George s. of Richard Hammon 
May 13 Anne dau. of John Lamb 

15 M" Nevett wife of Thomas Nevet who lieth neere y^ upper end of y« 

south quier 
17 Richard Peerson, schoolmaster 
29 Rose dau. of William Egleston 
July 4 Margaret dau. of Thomas Peerce 
Aug. 4 William s. of William Tailor 
10 John s. of George Congraue 

10 Elizabeth Davis, a childe out of William Haydon's house 
13 Sarah dau. of Andrew Stokes 
Sept. 2 Frauncis s. of Thomas Peerce 
13 Nathanniell s. of Moris Jones 
24 Elizabeth wife of Edmund Richforde 
Oct. 5 M»'' Adams wife M^' Thomas Adams, Parson of this parish 
10 Walter s. of Robert Harding of Preston, co. Gloucester 
12 Elizabeth dau. of Gilbert Androwes 
20 William Cooper of the lie of Sheppie in Kent whoe lieth in y'^ north side 

of y*' church 
24 A child of John Lewis, a straunger 
26 Roger Edwards, clerke, whoe lieth in the chaunceli 
Nov. 5 A still borne childe of Phillip More 
19 Humfrey s. of John Conwaye 
28 William s. of William Holmes 
Dec. 4 Rose Williames, widdowe 

7 M'" Richard Stokes, Archdeacon of Norfolke, hee lieth in y« chaunceli 
on the south side 
10 A still borne child of Edward Davies 
yoL. IV. B 



2 KEGI&TEKS OF ST. BENE'T, PATJL'S WHARF. 

1619 

Dec. 19 Elizabeth wife of John Evritt 

Jan. 4 A still borne child of Regent Lippes 

Feb. 3 A chrisome childe of Thomas Thwaits 

10 Andre we Whight, brcAver 

11 Daniell Higgins, servaunte to y^ right honorable y" la: Mary Wroth 
11 William s. of Henry Barloe 

26 William Cox 

Mar. 1 Agnes Farlowe 

1 Eichard Phillpotts, waterman 

3 Thomas Hawkins, laborer 

15 Eichard Hughes, a straunger 

1620. 

April 10 Anne wife of Paule Stile 

10 William Eichard sonne, a childe 

10 Eichard s. of Eichard Okes 

20 George s. of Henry Stevens 

29 Elizabeth wife of Henry Barlowe 

30 Katherine dau. of Henrye Steevens, in y^ church 
80 Mary dau. of Thomas Johnsonne 

May 1 Jane dau. of Henry Morgan 

3 Thomas s. of William Blague 

13 George Lackstone, a strainger who was drowned by misfortune 

14 Jane James, widdowe 

18 Ann dau. of Eoger Shawe 
20 William Sherley, a Printer 

June 9 John Sucklin, feltmaker, in y^ churche 

20 John Lee, woodmonger, in the church 
July 5 William Burgles, apprentice 

21 Elizabeth Fairfax 

25 Eichard Van, gentleman, in the church 

26 Anne dau. of William Androwes 
Aug. 1 Walter s. of Anthonie Todd 

6 Sarah dau. of Anthonie Todd 

14 John 8. of Joseph Tidwell, in y^ churche 

23 Mary dau. of Sampson Leonard 

28 John s. of John Ansted 

Sept. 11 Elizabeth dau. of William Holmes 

14 Margaret dau. of Thomas Peirce 

Oct. 7 John s. of Henry Morgan 

19 John Burgis, a straunger 

23 Gainer Davies, a straunger 

27 Anne dau. of Henry Stevens, in y^ churche 

29 Eichard s. of William Eichardsonne 
Nov. 9 Maudlin Gouldham, widdowe 

Dec. 4 John Benaisho, a Virginian 

9 Joan wife of Thomas Tanner, in y^ churche 

13 Margaret w. of Eichard Woodd 

29 John Ansell, trunckmaker 

Jan. 14 John Nicholls, servaunt to y^ right honorable y'^ lady Hunsdon 

24 Henry Mortley, a childe 

25 Alice Pie, widdowe 

Mar. 7 Ellin Sherwood, servaunt to Phillip Barnes 

13 M'' William Brothericke, in the chauncell 

19 Eobert Ordimer, Procurator 

19 Henry Hayter, servant to y^ E. P, 



BURIALS. 3 

1621. 



Mar. 26 Alice w. of Eichard Daniell 

31 [blank'] wife of Henry Medcalfe 

April 2 John Hammond 

11 Widdo Compane 

14 Thomas Conwaye 

23 WilHam s. of Lewes Prowde 

25 John s. of John Smith 
May 7 John s. of M'' John Oade 

9 [blank] Guilliams 

16 William s. of Roger Shawe 

20 Joane dau. of William Steevens 

26 A crisome Child of Richard Oakes 
June 5 Mary dau. of John Foorde 

24 Luke s. of Luke Lee 

July 10 John s. of G-ilberte Androes 

26 John s. of William Taylor 

29 Phillipe s. of Phillipe Moore 

30 Agnes Hubbard, a mayden 

31 Mary dau. of Edward Hicks 
Aug. 5 William s. of George Shilleto 

10 Bennet Lound, a mayde 
Sept. 2 Phillipe Barnes 

11 Marke 3. of y^ late Richard Philpots 

21 Mary dau. of Mary Maxfield 

22 Nicholas s. of Thomas Gittens 
29 [blank] w. of Sampson Lenuard 

Oct. 10 Katherine dau. of widdo Armitage 

15 William s. of Steeven Yidler 

17 Elizabeth dau. of Robert Wisdome 

18 Elizabeth Dickens, a mayde servaunt 

24 Katherine Crowder 

25 Saint dau. of Roger Groobe 

27 [blank] w. of John Tucker 
Nov. 4 Richard Standishe, gentleman 

10 Thomas s. of William Sayrs 

14 John Simpsonne 

26 Margerett Bredforde 

28 William Wheatley 

Dec. 2 [blank] Roads widdo of Edward Roads 

18 James s. of John Armitage, a 

18 [blank] dau. of Edward Wallis 

28 John Bunnell 

29 Richard Ainsworth, am 
29 Joane \t. of Thomas Rice 

Jan. 8 Richard Tilsley 

17 Susan dau. of Richard Stodarde 

17 John Clapshawe 

21 Elizabeth Swayne, a mayd servat 

21 Mary dau. of John Holbine 

22 Katherine Smith, a mayd servat 
Feb. 7 Anne dau. of M^' John Oade 

28 Abhame s. of William Homes 

Mar. 24 Dorretie dau. of Thomas Brayue 

1622. 

April 2 William Richesonne 

2 Sara dau. of William Sauforde 



4 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1622 

April 5 M" Jane Patt, gentelwoman 

13 Ann dau. of Thomas Johnson 

14 John Norrys 

18 Millisent dau. of John Cope 

22 Ollyver s. of Ollyver *Bro[wne] 

22 Payth dau. of William Blake 

27 A still borne child dau. of S>' Leonard Boswell, in the chancell 

May 11 "William Andrewes, Clarke of the parish 

14 Henry Atkis, minister 

18 Thomas s. of Edward Eichford 

21 John Sant 

22 George Shellito 

22 Elizabeth Earrington 

23 Jone w. of Richard Bennett 

23 Jane dau. of Anthony Todd 
June 14 Luke s. of Thomas G-ittens 

24 Nicholas Calwoodley, knight 
July 10 Eichard Wood 

24 John s. of Cadwallader Eogers 

26 Eichard s. of Eichard Peerce 
Aug. 3 James s. of Charles Eisher 

5 The wife of John Everett, ymbroderer 

5 William s. of Miles Culcow 

27 William s. of Lyonell Batman 
31 Thomas s. of William Cole 

Sept. 6 Margarett dau. of Steven Vidler 

15 Elizabeth dau. of Widdow Eowley and her child were buried 

27 Thomas Sock, servant to Peter Johnson 
Oct. 5 Margarett dau. of Charles Eisher 

29 Elizabeth dau. of Widdow White 

Nov. 4 Eichard s. of Edward Hix 

4 The Sonne of Phillip Streete, still borne 

28 Thomas s. of Thomas Kerton 
Dec. 3 Joane wife of Eichard Shropshire 

12 William Colly 

16 Isaac Bettram 

21 Widdow Everett, almswoman 

22 Eichard s. of Eichard Wannell 
Jan. 5 Grace dau. of John Jelly 

13 Margarett Tailor, servant to M^" Wisdome 
20 Vincent Williams 

25 M'"» Newman in y^ South side of y* Quire 

26 Lucy w. of James Bird 

27 William, servant to M'' Kerton 

29 Thomas Tanner 
29 Thomas Lewes 

Eeb. 1 Ellin dau. of Eichard Wootton 

7 Alexander s. of Henry Barley 

7 John Bill, servant to Gilbert Androwes 
15 William Weckstedd 
Mar, 13 Eowland s. of William Samford 

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Mar. 25 Henry Simpson, scrivener 
April 1 Old Eather Eritage 

10 William Sherlock, ymbroderer 

12 Margery Jones, widdow 

* The rest of the name has beea apparently written over the margin.— Ed. 



BURIALS. B 

1623 
April 15 John Manington 

16 Isabell Fernall 

19 Barbery dau. o£ Edward Wallis 

19 Thomas Bird 

21 Elizabeth Bond 

25 Erances White dau. of Widdow "White 

26 Anthony s. of Eobert Bartholtnew 
26 Caleb s. of Caleb Morley 

May 7 Susan dau. of Henry Stevens 

17 William s. of Edward Smith 

28 Doctor Clarke, buryed in y'= north side of the Quire under the pew by 
the Pulpitt 

June 1 Eebecca w. of Anthony A she 

2 Thomas Early, a lodger 

2 M" Baker, in the Chancell 

3 Old Wmiam Sherlock 
8 Mr Olland, a Proctor 

13 George s. of John Frost 

July 2 M-^^ Lloyd w. of M'' Lloyd, Proctor 

11 Clement Culcow, brother of Miles Culcow 

26 Mf John Lambe 

Aug. 5 Anne dau. of Jacob Seager 

5 Joane servant to M"" Mathew Lee 

6 Erances dau. of SteA^en Bustian 

8 John Eogers 

11 Lucy dau. of M*^ Thomas Eamag 

14 Henry Morgan, taylor 

26 James Bird, on of the Bearers 

30 William Eaglestone 

30 Henry Prentice, waterman 

Sept. 3 Katherine dau. of Mathew Jones 

9 Jone dau. of Miles Culcow 

11 William Lewes, carpenter 

12 A still borne child of Morris Jones 

19 John Davis, servant to Bernard Jones 

19 John s. of John Baker 

26 Mathew Williams, a lodger 
Oct. 10 Margarett dau. of S'' Leonard Boswell, in the quire 

15 Lucretia Eenolds, a nurse child 

20 Katherine dau. of William Eaues 

23 John s. of Eichard Wooldridge 

28 Jane w. of John Wiggins 
Nov. 1 Mary dau. of Oliver Jeffreyes 

6 Thedotius Eawley s. of Widdow Eawley 

Dec. 2 Thomas s. of M'^ Philip Udall 

15 Anne dau. of Phillip Streete 
12 William s. of John Paine 

16 A poore man that dyed in the streete 

17 John s. of M-- John Cox 
22 Mary Cuttins, widdow 
26 John Lockwood 

29 Anne dau. of William Eichardson 
Jan. 8 A still borne child of John Conway's 

12 Ealphe Bird 

Feb. 18 John s. of John Sampson 

24 Eichard s. of John Gibson 
Mar. 1 Marv dau. of Eobert Archer 



6 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAULAS WHARE. 

1623 

Mar. 1 Thomas Parrett, servant to Phillip Moyle 

17 Elizabeth dau. of "William Balden 

1624. 

April 8 M^" William Cade, Proctor, and his wife, in the middle He 

9 John s. of William Holmes 

18 Thomas s. of John Gree 

20 Edmond s. of William Smith 

21 Robert s. of John Conway 

29 Anne Newman, servant to Thomas Rawlins 
May 13 Elizabeth dau. of Richard Holding 

16 Edward Hollowell 

22 William s. of M-" William Pollard 
28 John s. of Edward Smith 

30 Richard s. of Thomas Peerce 
June 2 Edward s. of William Samford 

5 Henry s. of Stephen Vidler 
14 Edward Palmer, drowned 
16 Anne dau. of Edward Wallis 

26 Thomas s. of John Middleton 

July 4 Edith Bowyer, servant to Thomas Butler 

13 Thomasin Grarrett, widdow 

16 Jane Graile, widdow 

17 Elizabeth w. of Phillip Udall. 

18 Elizabeth Brangwell, dau. of Widdow Brangwell, in the Middle He 
Aug. 7 Ml- John Darby 

12 Anne dau. of William Gleorge 

17 Thomas s. of John Kempe 

19 John s. of Edward Davis 

19 Elizabeth dau. of M"" Thomas Mottershed 

25 Mary Colthropp 

Sept. 4 Ml' Thomas Sharwood 

6 Edward Tomlison, dyed in the cage 
6 Edward s. of Richard Woldridge 

6 Susan dau. of William Taylor 

16 A Crisom child of S^" Leonard Boswell's 

18 Edward s. of John Smith 

19 Alice dau. of Roger Dudson 

20 Susan dau. of Mathew Benson 

21 Mathew s. of Roger Shaw 

22 Francis s. of Thomas Steedman 

27 M'- Harwood 
Oct. 8 Old widdow David 

9 Margarett Austen 

13 Elizabeth dau. of William Grorge 
18 William s. of M'' William Stevens 

Nov. 10 Richard Fisher, servant to widdow Durby 

18 M-- Richard Haynes 

18 Ralphe s. of Roger Dudson 

19 Barbary w. of M'' Thomas Harvy 
24 Henry Turner, drowned 

27 Edward Chester, servant to Thomas Waters 

Dec. 9 Hughe Pearce, servant to John Dickeson 

18 Old Richard Bennett 

Jan. 3 Anne w. of Thomas Smith 

6 M"" William Hampton, in the upper end of the south He 



BURIALS. 

1624 

Jan, 13 Margarett Hampton w. of William 

16 Mathew s. of Mathew Lee 

17 M'- Joseph Tidswell 

18 John Heren, a lodger 
21 Henry s. of John Baker 

24 M^' John Smith, Chaplaine to the Earle of Pembrook 

28 Mr Thomas Mullenax 

29 Edward s. of Edward Apthorpe 
Feb. 2 M"s Blackburne 

8 A blackmore boy from M"^ Darby 

10 Laurence s. of John Paine 

14 Charles s. of Hugh Allen 

15 Thomas Crowder, a lodger 

15 John s. of Eobert Bartholmew 
21 Peter s. of Simon Brinckworth 

21 Elizabeth w. of William Eslack 

25 Joane w. of Tristram Beddoe 
28 Eobert s. of Phillip Streete 

Mar. 6 Thomas Davis, dyed suddenly 

11 Elizabeth w. of William Sappton 

16 John Smith, a footman 

17 Anne dau. of Benjamin Eaven 

22 M^* Nicoles w. of Christopher Nicoles 

1625. 

Mar. 28 Old Anne Tilley 

28 Thomas s. of M"^ Skinner 

28 Sara dau. of George Blunt 

28 Thomas s. of Eichard Wintershall 
April 25 Joane dau. of John Brookes 

27 Widdow Armitage 

May 10 Prances dau. of Walter Knotes 

30 Anne dau. of William Tailor 
June 3 Michaell Medcalfe 

3 John Hedding of Thomas Jordan's house 

17 A still borne child of Eobert Eedman 

20 Elizabeth Powles, a nurse child 
July 1 Katherine dau. of Stephen Burstone 

11 Thomas Jackler, a lodger 

15 George Blunt ; plaugue 

17 Anne w. of George Blunt; plague 

18 Frances dau. of Oliver Jefferyes 

21 Old James Blunt ; plague 

22 William Harrison, Feltmaker ; plague 

22 Frederick Evans, servant of Edward Davis ; plague 

27 Anne [6/aw^'], a lodger ; plague 

29 Christian dau. of William Cole 

30 George Carleton and Elizabeth his wife ; plague 

31 Eebecca dau. of Eichard Wooldridge 
Aug. 2 Thomas Window 

5 John s. of Henry Heymon 

5 Joane Eichardson, servant to M'" Bartram 

8 Alice dau. of Thomas Comins 

8 Henry s. of Widdow Prentice 

9 Edward Woolley, taylor ; plague 
9 John s. of Widdow Prentice 



8 REGISTEES OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1625 

Aug. 9 Elizabeth dau. of Eoger Dudson 

10 Eobert Eomboull, servant to M'" Battram 

11 Ealpbe Adkinson, servant to Thomas Comines 
11 Anne dau. of Steven Vidler ; plague 

11 John s. of Eobert Eedman ; flux 

12 Thomas s. of Thomas Wright 

12 George Blundon, servant to M'' Froid 

12 Elinor dau. of Thomas Comins ; plague 

13 John servant to Eichard "Wootton ; plague 

13 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert Eedman 

14 Edward s, of Thomas "Wright ; plague 

14 Aron servant of Thomas Hef er ; plague 

15 Alice Davis out of Barge Alley ; plague 
15 Mary dau. of James Cadman 

15 Mary dau. of Thomas Staner 

15 [blank] w. of Thomas Browne 

15 Edward s. of Thomas Wright 

15 William Munday out of Barge Alley 

16 Eichard Coverley ; plague 

16 Old Father Eice, waterman ; plague 

16 Henry Barlow, waterman 

17 Old goodwife Lewes 

17 Dorothy dau. of Mathew Jones ; plague 

17 Frances dau. of Thomas Bromley 

18 Edward Pavier, servant to Thomas Comins 

19 Mary Eichardson dau. of Mary ; plague 

19 Bartholmew Brabant 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Comins 
20 Peter Allin ; plague 

20 Arthure Martin ; plague 

20 M'Beale; plague 

21 Frances Lambe dau. of Joane ; plague 

22 Steven s. of Steven Vidler ; plague 

22 [blank'] w. of Morris Jones 

23 Widdow Mundy ; plague 
23 Widdow Prentice ; plague 

23 Elizabeth dau. of John Conway 

23 A crisome of M"" Dancer's 

23 John s. of Steven Vidler ; plague 

24 [blank] Lane, servant to M'' Luke Lee 
24 A child of William Baldwin's ; plague 

24 Mary w. of Thomas, servant of M'' Bettram ; plague 

24 George Gargell; plague 

24 Stephen Vidler and his daughter ; plague 

24 Joane w. of Eobert Eedman ; plague 

25 John Webb, dyer ; plague 

25 Frances dau. of M'' Cornish ; plague 

26 Jane dau. of Morris Jones 

27 William Cole, carpenter ; plague 
27 A child of Lyonell Batman's 

27 M'" Atherton, taylor ; plague 

27 A Crisome of M"^ Atherton's 

27 A child of Collins, a taylor ; plague 

27 M'" Ealphe Owen ; plague 

27 Marian dau. of Edward Davis ; plague 

27 Hugh Perkins, dyer ; plague 

27 Margarett dau. of Mathew Jones 



BURIALS. 

1625 

Aug, 28 Edward Donne ; plague 

28 Edward Browne, servant of William Hunt ; plague 

28 {hlmih], servant to M^" Kerton; plague 

29 Widdow Smith ; plague 

29 Jane dau. of Widdow Heymon ; plague 

29 William s. of M^ Ealphe Owen ; plague 

29 The wife of M'" Leonard, Harold att Armes 

29 Eichard Davis, servant of M^' Daniell ; plague 

29 A lodger in Henry Skipwith's house ; plague 

30 Henry Freme 

30 Old Cadwalleder Eogers 

80 John Kemp 

30 James Inman ; plague 

Sept. 1 James Davis ; plague 

2 Eichard Bullock ; plague 

2 Thomas Fulwell, servant of Edward Hix ; plague 

3 John Paine; plague 

3 Thomas Phillips ; plague 

3 Stevens Gi-reneway 

5 Old widdow Found 

5 [hlanTc], servant of Samuel Barnes 

5 Anne George, wife 

6 William, a child of Widdow Inman's 

7 Ellinor, servant of M"^ Willis 

7 Margarett dau. of Antony Todd 

7 A boy that dyed in the cage ; plague 

7 Thomas s. of Collins, a taylor 

8 Anne dau. of Widdow Perkins 

8 John s. of Anthony Todd ; plague 

8 John Winall, servant to Walter Bush ; plague 

8 Elizabeth Smith from Edward Smith's ; plague 

9 Nicholas Skinner, servant to AVilliam Boldwin 
9 Elizabeth dau. of John Gibson 

9 Mathew dau. of Collins, a taylor ; plague 

9 Anne w. of William Broadwater 

9 The wife of John Paine 

9 Obedia Corney ; plague 

9 John s. of M'' Mathew Lee 

10 Martha Gibson ; plague 

11 Anthony Todd; plague 
11 Eoger Danby 

11 Phebe dau. of Widdow Kemp 

12 Steven s. of Walter Notts ; plague 

13 Eichard Sadler, taylor; plague 

14 Francis s. of Goodwife Legg 

14 Francis s. of Hugh Allen 

15 Maudlin Browne from M'' Eouse house 
15 Jane dau. of Joseph Tidswell 

15 M"- Edward Willett, Proctor 

16 A crisome of William Bradwater 

16 Anne dau. of M' George Eoodes 

17 M'' Simon Brinckworth ; plague 
17 Edward Hix, girdler ; plague 

17 Anne dau. of John Noris ; plague 

17 Joane [hlanh], a lodger in M''^ Brickcoes 

17 A still borne child of M^" William Harrison 

18 Anne Cottrell, servant of M*' Crooke 
yoL. IV. 



10 REGISTERS OE ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1625 

Sept. 18 Mary w. of William Harrison 
18 "William Bowland 

20 John [hlank], servant to M'' William Harrison 
20 Jone Darvey 

20 Two children at M"" Tod's ; plague 
20 Isable SherifEe 
20 Alice dau. of William Baldwin 

20 Sara Stanthorpe, M"" Owen's dau. ; plague 

21 M"^ Kerton w. of M'' Kerton ; plague 

22 Elizabetli dau. of Edward Wallis 

22 [blank] dau. of Edward Smith, senior 
22 [hla7ik], servant of Edward Smith, junior 
22 Jane dau. of M'^ G-eorge Eoodes 

22 Thomas Shelvox, ymbroderer ; plague 

23 [blank] w. of Charles Woodfale 

24 Alice dau. of Walter Bush 

25 William s. of Walter Notts ; plague 

26 Dyonis Laylell from Dyonis Hore 

27 [blank] w. of M^ Walter Bush 

28 Thomas Spenser, a lodger 

28 Ellinor dau. of M^' Phillip More 
Oct. 1 M'- Walter Crooke 

2 Anne Barens dau. of Margery Barens 

3 Katherine dau. of M^" Eichard Oakes ; plague 
3 Eobert Sargeant, glasier ; plague 

5 Anne dau. of M"" Luke Lee 
8 Isaac Bird from M"^ Briscoes 

8 Greorge s. of M*" Eoodes 

9 William Eullalove, servant of M"^ Crooke 

9 William s. of John Smith, waterman 

11 Sara dau. of Walter Notts ; plague 

12 [blank] w. of Matbew Lee 
14 Sara dau. of M'' Phillip More 

17 Anne, a lodger from widdow Beavers 

17 William s. of M»' Poole 

18 ' Thomas Grrafton 

19 Andrew Stokes 

21 William G-rome ; plague 

21 Edward s. of John Smith, waterman 

22 M'" Phillip More, ymbroderer 
25 Old M'- Hollyland 

25 William s. of M>- Eanes 

30 Edward Davis, plaisterer 

31 Joseph Grodfrey, servant of M' Eanes 
Nov. 3 Sara dau. of Widdow Crooke 

5 Thomas [blank], servant to Luke Lee 

8 George Drew, harper 

8 William Poole, clothworker 

10 Margery Barens; plague 
12 Mary dau. of M^'^ Sherwood 

Dec. 10 The w. of M'' Dawson, dyer 
10 A crisome of Edward Hunt's 
15 A still borne child of Eoger Dudson's 
17 Old M"« Bettram 
17 Eobert Lewes, a lodger 
27 Eoger s. of Edward Harweeke 
29 The w, of Thomas Williams 



BURIALS. li 



1625 

Jan. 2 Edward Fullalove, servant of M'** Crooke 

11 M'^ Joane Burte 

14 M'" Augustine Vincent, Harrold 

21 A Crisome of widdow Brinckworth's 
30 A Crisome of William Savorye's 

Feb. 2 "William Larkin, ymbroderer 

8 Elizabeth w. of William Hunt 

22 A poore man that dyed in the streete 
Mar. 1 Margarett dau. of John Gree 

6 Thomas Nicolson, ymbroderer 

9 Elizabeth Hunt dau. of M"^ Edwards 

10 A Crisome of M^' Skinner's 

1626. 

April 11 James Crage, servant to the E. P. 

14 M"" Harrison, a scrivener ; killed 
19 Anne dau. of John Tanner 

22 A still borne child of Phillip Street's 
25 Margarett w. of Thomas Burbidge 

21 John Bouth, servant to John Stevens 

27 A Crisome child of Oliver Jefferyes 
June 6 Thomas Willoughby 

7 The wife of Quintell Bicknell 
July 4 Anne Starkey 

Aug. 3 Anne dau. of M^ Withers 

11 Francis dau. of M'' Johu Baker 

15 William Dob son, servant of M*" Battram 

19 A still borne child of Eichard Peel's 

23 A Crisom of Tristram Beddoe 

25 Nicholas Taylor, servant of old Bettram 

Sept. 8 Jane dau. of M"" Thomas Grittings 

13 Elizabeth dau. of M^ Thomas Bromley 

14 Wynnifrid w. of Samuel Best 

15 John s. of M'' John Dickinson 

15 Anne dau. of M"^ Thomas Bromley 

20 Margaret dau. of M-^ Thomas Gittins 

28 Old widdow Law 

Oct. 1 A Crisome of James Clarke's 

7 Two twinnes of Robert Oades 

13 Elizabeth dau. of JRobert Fisher 

16 Eobert s. of Hugh Sincoe 
16 Eebecca w. of Evan Price 
18 Joane Kemp, widdow 

20 Joane w. of Thomas Butler 

Nov. 6 Steven Atherfold, servant to Luke Lee 

Dec. 18 Two twinus, still borne, of Thomas Comins 

Jan. 3 Alice Blunt, servant to old Bartram 

5 A Crisom child of M^' Winch 

10 Widdow Bunnell, one of the searchers 

12 A Crisom child from M'' Gregories 

22 Anne dau. of Charles Woodfall 

22 Francis Hoghkins, servant to M'^' Austen 

24 A still borne child of Edward* Katherine [s«c] 

25 Mary dau. of Daniell Baker 
Feb. 19 Edward Wild 

24 A still borne child of S^' Leonard Boswell 

* Edward written over an erasure, — Ed. 



12 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE T, PAUL S WHARF. 

1626 

Mar. 3 A Crisom child o£ John Pensom's 

5 A Crisom child of William Deakes 

8 John s. of John Cox 

8 A kynswoman of M'' Lloyd's 

8 A still borne child of Mathew Hart's 

13 Margarett w. of William Rippingham 

1627. 

Mar. 25 A Crisome child of M"^ Withers 

26 G-eorge Towells, servant of M"^ Eawlin 
April 12 Joane w. of William Harris 

16 A Crisome child of M'' Mathew Lee 

27 Sibble w. of M>' Luke Lee, in the south side of the Chancell under 

her husband's pew 

May 2 Dorothy dau. of M"" William Askew 

10 Anne Helve, one of the searchers 

11 A Crisome child of Edward Wallis 
20 A Crisome child of Thomas Browne 

22 A Crisome child of M^' Eichard Wisdome 

25 John s. of G-eorge Jesson 

26 A still borne child of Phillip Streets 
June 6 A Crisome child of Henry Bosman 

19 John Vicks, servant to D'' Eden 

27 A Crisome child of Nicholas Chard's 
July 6 A Crisome child of John Moore 

8 A Crisome child of Edward Smith 

12 A crisome child of Samuell Mose 

20 John Shaw, sawyer 

26 A crisome child of Edward Clewer 

27 Jone dau. of Thomas Johnson 

30 A Crisome child of M'' Thomas &ittins 

Aug. 3 Eichard dau. [sic] of M"^ Cox 

9 Elinor Johnson 

9 Christopher s. of Eoger Shaw 

10 Sara w. of Eobert Eedman 

15 Joane dau. of Eoger Shaw 

23 A Crisome of John Graves 
29 Edmond s. of Eobert Wilder 

29 A Crisome of Oliver Jefferyes 
Sept. 7 Susan Lincolne 

14 John Eands, brother of William 

18 A Crisome of John Ashfeild's 

23 William Ereeman, killed with a fall 

Oct. 30 Eobert s. of Thomas Hamcock 

Nov. 1 Jane w. of William Legg 
Dec. 1 A Crisome child from M'' Eoode's house 

10 Mathew Wotton, a Lodger 

10 A Crisome child of James Ludlow 

17 Francis Griffith, servant of John Slow 

22 Anne Middleton from M"" Baylie's 

Jan. 10 John Woodborne from .Jordan's 

19 John Smith, gravemaker 

30 Eobert Heath, servant to M'' Boswell 
Feb. 4s Katherine wife of M'' Swaine 

7 Anne dau. of Nicholas Collins 

22 Margarett w. of Charles Gregory 



BURIALS. 13 



1627 

Feb. 29 John s. of Eicliard Wooldridge 

Mar. 3 M' John Williams 

6 M"" Cruchington 

18 A still borne child of Thomas "Wright's 

1628. 

Mar. 29 James "Walker, servant to M"" Humfryes 

31 Joane Crosapenny, servant to M"" Oade 

April 3 A Crisome child of Samuel Barnes 

5 A Crisome child of Richard Goodwine's 

12 Richard s. of Richard Oakes 

12 A still borne child of M' Mountaine 

18 Robert Keene, servant to M"^ Gary 
21 James s. of Daniell Baker 

30 A Crisome child of William Hunt 

May 14 A Crisome child of Luke Eikes 

14 Martha dau. of Abraham Lander 

19 Jane dau. of Widdow Higgambottom 
30 Thomas s. of Thomas Beare 

June 12 William Gelestropp 

16 John s. of M'' Fisher 

26 The wife of M^ George Morris 

26 Anne Knight, servant to M"^ Moore 

26 John s. of John Snooke 
July 7 George s. of John Gibson 

9 M^- Stutfeild, a Lodger 

14 A Crisome child of Walter Bush 

16 A Crisome child of William Bellamin 
25 A Crisome child of John Bull 

25 Anne dau. of Daniell Baker 

27 A Crisome child of Nicholas Stadham 

30 Elizabeth dau. of William Ranes 
Aug. 2 A still borne child of Thomas Burbidge 

3 John s. of John Hunsdon 

5 Mary dau. of M'^' Humphry es 

7 Richard Jones, waterman 

8 A Crisome child of Nicholas Chard 

15 A Crisome child of John Ashfeild 

17 Rose dau. of William Ranes 
29 Robert Redman, boxmaker 

23 A Crisom child of M^' \hlank'] Benson 

25 A Crisome child of James Ludlow 

31 A Crisom child of John Moore 
Sept. 6 Old Thomas Burbidge 

7 A Crisome child of Lionell Bateman 

12 Alexander s. of Alexander Wood 

14 A Crisome child of M^' Mathew Lee 

Oct. 14 A still borne child of \hlanh'] Bosman 

18 A Crisome child of M"" Wren 
Nov. 8 Robert s. of Lyonell Bateman 

13- A Crisome child of William Deakes 

26 A Crisome child of Phillip Streete 
Dec. 12 Lawrence s. of Abraham Knowle 

14 Alice Wise 

18 Philemon s. of William Hall 

Jan. 10 Thomas s. of William Deane 



14 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1628 

Jan. 14 Eichard Knight, brother o£ John Knight 

21 Elizabeth dau. of Widdow Simson 

27 Sir Thomas Eidley 

29 A Crisome of John Westley 

Feb. 12 A Crisome of John Baley 

Mar. 10 Anne dau. of Eobert East 

1629. 

Mar. 23 Phillip Udall, servant to the E. P. 

27 Thomas Preese, Eaker [sic] 

April 4 Thomas s. of Thomas Browne 

13 Francis Answorth, a Lodger 

15 Elizabeth Lonne, a Lodger 

16 A still borne child of Greorge "Wilson 

27 Joane Lucas 

May 1 A Crisome child of Thomas Basnett 

7 Thomasine dau. of "William Dod 

9 A Crisome Child of "William Stevens 

9 A Crisome Child of M"^ Oade 

13 A Crisome Child of M^' Mountaines 

14 Old John Simson's widdow 

28 Elizabeth dau. of John "Williams 
June 1 Old widdow Eowell 

12 A Crisome child of James Ludlow 
11 A Crisome child of William Eande's 

July 9 A Crisome child of "William Broadwater 

9 Margarett dau. of M"" Stoakes 

17 Thomas s. of John Feusom 
21 Eichard s. of M^ Stoakes 

27 Thomas s. of "William Broadwater 

Aug. 3 John s. of John Groffe 

7 M>'^ Humfryes 

8 A Crisome child of "William Samford 

13 M'' Eichard Stoakes, minister 
Sept. 4 A Crisome child of Henry Bennett 

5 Old Katherine Campian, widdow 

17 A Crisome child of John Ashfeild 

Oct. 2 A Crisome child of M^ Mathew Lee 

4 Old widdow Whitehead 

5 Anne dau. of John Eobins 
20 "William s. of John Cockarey 

20 A still borne child of D'' Merrick 

21 Martha dau. of Thomas Bromley 
Nov. 7 Eobert "Wilder, waterman 

13 Elizabeth dau. of "Widdow "Wilder 

22 Susan Eichards, servant of M'" Foster 
Dec. 3 Thomas & Joane, twins of Phillip Streete 

4 "William George, carpenter 

4 M>- John Mason 

5 Nicholas s. of John Fish 

5 [blank], servant of "William Broadwater 

10 A stil borne child of Henry Bosman 

21 Marke s. of Miles Culkoe 

23 Frances dau. of William Hawkins 
27 Susan dau. of Widdow George 

Jan. 7 A Crisome of Ealphe Fulleloe 



BURIALS. 15 

1629 

Jan. 9 A Crisome borne in the Church Porch 

15 Old Kobert Eayner 

16 Thomas Kerbie, servant of John Elis 

16 A Crisome of John Williams 

25 M'' Lyonell Plumtree 

28 Prancis King from widdow Perkins 
Feb. 21 M'-Poge 

Mar. 1 A Crisome of Miles Culcoe 

22 Jone Utee from widdow Dawes 

22 Anne dau. to Mathew Cooke 

1630. 

Mar. 30 Katherine w. of Eandall Pruriett 

April 14 Peter Johnson 

19 A stil borne of Edward Wallis 

26 A child from widdow Draper's 

27 M'" Arthure Harrison 

May 5 Old widdow A¥ebb from Bell Yard • 

10 M' Di- John Pope 

11 Elizabeth Dickinson 

18 William s. of Eoger Dudson 

19 Peter Makinsoue from David Lloyd 
June 1 Eose w. of William Baldwin 

3 John s. of John Prost 

5 A boy from M^' Dod's rents ; plague 

6 William Chamberlayne, waterman 

12 Joane w. of Prancis Bessall 

14 A boy from M"^ Dod's rents ; plague 

20 Susan dau. of Mathew Lee 

25 A still borne child of John Holt's 

29 A still borne child of Henry White 
July 2 Alice w. of Henry White 

7 John s. of Daniell Baker 
10 Eichard Bampton 

17 David Powell 

21 Prancis s. of Francis Euddell 
24 John s. of Eobert Eonoles 

29 John Trompeter 

30 Thomas Browne, waterman 

31 Elizabeth w. of Francis Euddle 
Aug. 2 Sara dau. of Widdow Browne 

24 Mary w. of Quinton Bicknell 

25 Henry Heymond 

27 A still borne child of George Arrowsmith 

Oct. 10 Ml" John Gough 

10 Thomas Dandey, waterman 

22 M'" George Withers 

22 M' John Confrey 

23 [hlank] from M"" Dod's rents 
27 Joyce dau. of Widdow Heymon 

Nov. 13 A still borne child of Henry Androwes 

15 William Clifford, ymbroderer 

16 Blaze s. of Blaze Adams 

18 Widdow Heymon 

23 Eegent s. of John Moore 

29 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert Crowley 



16 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1630 

Dec. 9 An infant of Henry Lie 

11 Phebe dau. of Eichard Oakes 

15 Eobert Mathew from M»' Dod's rents 

17 Susan Turner from Barge Alley 

18 Old William Hurley 

21 Mary w. of "William Fullilove 

23 Eobert s. of Oliver Jefferyes 

30 Joane w. of Eobert Matbew 

30 Elizabeth dau. of John Ashwell 
Jan. 4 A still borne child of Phillip Streete 

6 Ferdinand s. of M"" Peilding 

12 Elizabeth dau. of M'' Skinner 

13 Old David Lloyd 

28 William s. of Thomas Udall 
Feb. 2 M'' Christopher Shaw 

7 John s. of John Slow 

11 John Brandon, servant of M' Dod 
21 Elizabeth dau. of Mathew Lee 

23 Ealph 8. of Ealph Woodrope 
Mar. 2 Old John Knight 

12 Samuell s. of M^" Offeild 

21 Christian dau. of M^" Feilding 

21 Meshach s. of Mathew Cooke 

1631. 

Mar. 28 Elizabeth dau. of D'' Halley 

29 Abednego s. of Mathew Cooke 

31 Joane dau. of William Arrowsmith 
April 2 Old widdow Eogers 

4> Shadrach s. of Mathew Cooke 

11 Mary dau. of Eobert Clarke 

20 M'- William Bands 

27 Mary dau. of Jane Chamberlaine 
May 4 M'*« Lukins 

6 Eobert s. of Eobert Archer 

14 Mary Hemon from Bardge Alley 

24 M"^ Frances Alcon 

26 Peter s. of George G-eson 

28 [blank'] dau. of Gilbert Jones 

30 William s. of Francis Bessall 

31 Eobert s. of Henry Martine 
June 14 Eobert Walker 

30 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert Eobinson 

July 3 John Donne, porter of the Harrald's Office 

6 Thomas Eichard 

9 Eobert Bennett 

11 Elizabeth dau. of George Wilson 

23 Old widdow Eogers 

29 Anne dau. of Thomas Eichards 
Aug. 2 Old widdow Cox 

3 Christopher Lambatree 

9 Alice White 

21 John Griff es, waterman 
Sept. 1 John Adams, waterman 

22 Margarett Battle 

20 Grace dau. of Eichard Swaine 



BURIALS. 17 



1631 

Sept, 28 Peter s. of William Hand 

29 George Bowler 

Oct. 2 Marian dau. of James Longer 

6 Ellinor Peck 

6 Roger Dudson, waterman 

9 Elizabeth dau. of "William Davesnett 

16 Jane William, servant of M^" Wisdome 

24 Alice w. of Dyonis Horeham 

24 Edward s. of William Samford 

28 Old M»' Haines 

Dec, 10 Elizabeth w. of Edward Katherines 

10 Margery [bla^ik'], servant of Widdow Glasby 
20 A still borne child of Eichard Williams 

23 Elizabeth King 

23 James s. of William Hunt 
28 Ellinor dau. of M"^ Withers 

Jan. 28 Sarah dau, of Mathew Benson 

Feb, 2 Mary Witman from M^" Gee's 

4 John s, of John Broad 

6 Susan dau. of William Hunt 

12 Elizabeth dau. of Andrew Knight 

13 William s. of Gesson [sic'] 

19 Thomas Gary from Simon Marbery 

19 Christian Baccus, a nursechild 

20 Eichard s. of John Ashwell 
28 Old widdow Push 

28 A Crisome child of John Clarke's 

Mar. 7 William s. of Thomas Burbidge 

9 John s. of John Broadgate 

22 M"- John Shipley 

1632. 

April 2 Edward s. of Blaze Adams 

8 Thomas s. of M'' Thomas Kerton 

24 William s. of Walter Nott 

25 M"^ Justinian Washington 
May 1 Amy dau, of Simon Hacker 

12 Widdow Gibson 

23 Anne dau. of Charles Cellers 

25 Mary dau. of M"" Engersoule 
June 1 Ealphe s. of Ealphe Woodroufe 

11 Grace dau. of Edward Katherines 
July 4 Katherine w. of James Copping 

12 A Crisome child of Eichard Woldridge 

26 Widdow George, sometyme wife of William George 

27 A still borne child of George Wilson 
Aug. 1 Arthure Negose 

4 A crisome child of William Deake's 

6 Mary w. of M^' John Oad, Procter 
8 A crisome child of Evan Davis 

8 A crisome child of Francis Kemp 

24 Alice [blank] from Barge Ally 
Sept. 3 Margarett w. of Henry Androwes 

7 A crisome child of Henry Androwes 
7 A crisome child of Leonard Coates 

12 M>^ George Morris 
VOL. jv. 



18 EEGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARE. 

1632 

Sept. 15 John Slow 

17 A Crisome child of Edward Eodes 
29 Joane dau. of M^" Doctor Merrick 

Oct. 6 M'" William Smith, Deputy of the "Ward, buryed iu the chancell under 
the pew where he satt 

9 Elizabeth Skipwith, an old maid 

16 M^'^ Eebecca Edwards 

18 A still borne child of M'' Simon Fossett 

23 M'" Sadler, chaplaine to y'^ E. of Carnarvan 

Nov. 3 [hlanh'] w. of M"^ Thomas Gittins 

10 Mary dau. of Samuell Barnes 

27 John s. of John Brooke 

28 A Crisome child of M^' Haynes 
Dec. 25 Old widdow Castle 

Jan. 1 A crisome child of Richard Eawlins 

10 A crisome child of \hlanh'] Eawlins 

18 William s. of William Samford 

19 Lydea dau. of M"" Gobson 
Mar. 13 Clare dau. of John Ashwell 

14 Old Quinten Bicknell 

16 Ellen dau. of Eichard Wotton 

19 William Middleton, a nurse child 

1633. 

April 1 Thomas s. of Thomas TJdall 

13 Henry s. of M"" Dromont 

24 Elizabeth dau. of Michaell Tonge 

25 Old widdow Commins 

May 7 A still borne child of Phillip Streete 

8 A nurse child named Benedict from Webbs 

9 M'' Hugh Williams 

9 Mary dau. of Eobert Clarke 

9 A still borne child of Henry Bosman 

17 A still borne child of John Minshawes 

22 Margarett Mercer, a lodger 
June 12 Elizabeth dau. of Nicholas Chard 

15 John s. of widdow Slowe 

20 M"" John Beare 
July 11 M"- Thomas Nevett 

29 Elizabeth dau. of James Harrison 
31 M'' Eoger Shaw 

Aug. 9 Edward s. of Prudence Moore 

12 Jane w. of William Hooper 

17 M'" Samson Leonard 
Sept. 6 Margarett Blackbury 

23 Elizabeth dau. of William Dawson 
25 [blank'] w. of William Frith 

Oct. 5 Old widdow Drew 

28 John Eogers from Thomas Wright 

30 Eobert Leake from M'' Engersoules 
Nov. 9 Samuell s. of M'' Eobert Crowley 

11 My William Morris 

18 Mary dau. of Andrew Knight 
22 Luke Ferwall, waterman 

29 Jane dau. of Miles Culcoe 
Dec. 3 Olliver s. of Oliver JefEeryes 



BURIALS. l9 



1633 

Dec. 13 Margarett dau. of William Huut 

16 Thomas Bromley 

Jan. 7 Prudence the widdow of Phillip Moore 

8 John Curtis, waterman 

24 Susan w. of M'" John Frost 

Feb. 7 [hlanTc] w. of M-- Wren 

20 Rose w. of Thomas Barker 

26 A Crisome child of William Samford 

Mar. 11 A Crisome child of Richard Pummis 

18 A Crisome child of Richard Rawlins 

20 Old Morris Jones 

1684. 

Mar. 26 A Crisome child of Walter Nott 

29 A Crisome child of Evan Davis 
April 14 A Crisome child of M'' Eaglefeild 

20 A Crisome child of John Ashfeild 

24 Samuell Best 

28 [hlanTc] dau. of Edward Wallis 

30 Frances dau. of Tristram Beddoe 
May 4 Elizabeth dau. of William Emerley 

9 A Crisome child of Francis Kempe 

17 Martha w. of Edward Wallis 
June 11 Jane dau. of Christopher Singleton 

11 A Crisome of William Hawkins 

26 Old goodman Legg 

July 1 \_hlank~\ s. of William Baldwin 

4 Richard s. of Lyonell Bateman 

7 A Crisome child of Owen G-riffin 

11 A Crisome child of M' Feilding 

18 Elizabeth w. of Henry Bosman 

24 Old Samuell Willis 

25 Old widdow Hoggs 

28 William Penryn, servant of M'" Benson 
Aug. 1 A crisome child of M'' Cooke 

6 A Crisom of Greorge Pinckney 

11 A crisome of Francis Ruddle 

12 Edward s. of widdow Ranes 

23 Greorge Negoose, servant to M' Man 

25 John s. of Francis Bessall 

29 Ralphe s. of Nicholas Harrison 
Sept. 4 A stil borne child of Robert Phillips 

9 A Crisome child of James Harrison 

11 Old widdow Clifford 

12 Ellen Beasley 

20 Thomas s. of widdow Bromley 

20 Eaustus Harte 

22 Richard Williams, servant to M'' Trise 

22 John s. of John Minshaw 

26 Old Henry Conway 

29 Richard s. of Widdow Dudson 

29 A stil borne child of Evan Price 

Oct. 15 Francis [hlankl, servant to Henry Boseman 

16 A stilborne child of John Snooke 

30 Ellinor w. of Thomas Wright 

Nov. 13 A crisome child of Thomas Bodingtoa 



20 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PATJl's WHARF. 

1634 

Dec. 1 Sarah dau. o£ Oliver Browne 

2 Thomas s. o£ Thomas Astell 

5 M""^ Burte w. of Andrew Burte 

6 [blanJcl dau. of Henry White 
13 Old WiUiam Sparke 

16 Old Ellin Browne, widdow 

Jan. 5 A Crisome of M'^ [blank'] Felton 

6 A Crisome of [blank'] Daniell 

15 "William Cooke 

15 Jane Dune, widdow 

31 M"" Robert Norton, on the south side of the co'ion table 

Feb. 4 M^ Mathew Lee 

18 Anne Wallis from widdow Dibsidge 

21 John s. of Robert Crowley 

27 Greorge s. of George Wilson 
Mar. 5 John s. of M"" Zachary Wade 

22 A Chrisome of Richard Rawlins 
18 [blank] w. of M'" Webb 

23 Jane w. of Owiu Davis 

1635. 

April 16 A Chrisome of M^" John Roberts 

18 Edward Sherwood 

20 A still borne of [blank] Payton 

28 Elizabeth w. of M'' G-eorge Wilson 
26 [blank] s. of Goodman Hand 

29 Margarett Best, widdow 
May 1 Ml- OlHver Jefferies 

16 Diones w. of Charles Hunt 

16 A still borne child of S"" Leonard Boswell 

30 Francis dau. of Alexander Rowley 
June 18 John s. of Richard Edwards 

17 Edward s. of Edward Haynes 

18 [blank'] dau. of Miles Culcupp 

19 A Chrisome of M"^ William Dawson 
26 [blank] dau. of Robert Heath 

July 24 Richard Hardley from Staffords house 

24 Lewes Pritchard from Walter Nott's 
Aug. 10 A Chrisome child of Robert Phillips 

15 Edward s. of Hugh Busby 

29 John s. of John Cockerell 
Sept. 7 A Chrisome of Nicholas Charte 

9 Ml- John Breame 

15 A Chrisome male from Simon Markes 

18 A Chrisome male from Henry White 

Oct. 16 Thomas Asten, dyer 

21 Ellinor Shelby, widdow 

23 A Chrisome child of M>^ [blank] Castle 

26 William s. of William Finch 

30 Elizabeth dau. of Nicholas Fell 
Nov. 10 Frances dau. of Simon Hacker 

12 Margarett w. of Phillip Moyle 

12 John Cooke, servant to Evan Davies 

12 Hugh Powell, a lodger from y^ Suger loafe 

28 Mary w. of William Homes 

30 A chrisome of Thomas Peasley 



BURIALS. ^1 



1635 

Dec. 2 Jane dau. of M'' John Fisli 

4 [blank], servaat of William Broadwater 

10 Old Steven Bustian 

12 Jane Streete from Phillip Streete 

22 A still borne child of Thomas King 

26 Robert Hurley from widdow Knight's 

26 M^ [blanJc] Hughes 

30 Thomas s. of M'' John Pish 

31 A Chrisome of M"" Edmond Harrison 
Jan. 1 Nicholas s. of Nicholas Hunt 

1 Mary widdow of Thomas Asten 

2 A Chrisome child of Needham Deakins 

5 Elizabeth w. of William Moore 

6 A Chrisome child of Thomas King 
8 M" Julian Withers 

12 A Crisome child of M'' Kerton's 

17 Groodwife Daniell from William Baldwyn's 

Feb. 2 M"* Anne Poltou, widdow 

14 A still borne child of Daniell Purchase 

19 Old widdow Rowley 

19 A still borne child from M''^ Poole's 

19 A child found at y^ church do ore named Alice 

21 A Crisome child of Robert Clerke 
Mar. 2 John s. of Thomas Smith, waterman 

5 Richard s. of Nicholas Harrison, dyer 

7 Thomas Swayne 

11 William Farley, servant to Henry Bosemau 

11 [blank] s. of M^' Flamstedd 

16 Edmond a Crisome of M'' John Roberts 

22 Old widdow Taylor 

24 A Crisome child of Mountford Curtis 

1636. 

April 16 Godfrey s. of M'" Edmond Harrison 

28 Richard s. of M'' John Pish 

29 Darothy dau. of Hugh Busby 
May 1 M'- D"" Hally 

1 [blank] dau. of Nicholas Harrison 

4 A Chrisome child of Bartholomew Eowntaine 

12 A Chrisome child of Thomas Johnson 

13 A Chrisome child of Edward Roodes 

14 John Steevens, waterman 

19 William Parry, servant of William Culcup 

21 Elline dau. of Robert Robinson 

22 A Chrisome of M'' Mathew Benson 
June 2 A Chrisome of John Sturley 

4 [blank] s. of Nicholas Harrison 

30 Old goodwife Borman 

July 6 A Chrisome of Erancis Child 

13 M's EHzabeth G-eeres, wife of M"" Geeres 

28 Margarett Hurst 

Aug. 8 Robert Lewes 

8 Jane dau. of Francis Atkinson ; plague 

9 Francis Atkinson, waterman ; plague 
12 Ann Howell from M»' Howell 

17 Elizabeth dau. of [blank] Spilsworth 



22 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAULAS WHARF. 

1636 

Aug. 20 Thomas Wright, grave maker 

22 Jane w. o£ Henry White ; plague 

22 George s, of Henry White ; plague 

25 Old Alice Willis, widdow 

26 Old widdow Benfeild 
26 Samuell Burch ; plague 

Sept. 4 Owen Nichols, waterman 

5 William s. of William Deakes, waterman 

5 Mary dau. of [blank'\ Smith from Williams ; plague 

6 Ann dau. of Robert Robinson ; plague 

6 Mercy dau. of Robert Robinson; plague 

7 William s. of Mathew Jones, waterman ; plague 
9 Randall Pruet, waterman ; plague 

9 Elizabeth Lace dau. of Widdow Lace ; plague 

. 10 Thomas s. of Lawrence Rickson ; plague 

10 M'' John Harrison, dyer ; plague 

11 George s. of William Deakes ; plague 

12 Symon s. of Widdow Raderum ; plague 

12 Elizabeth Watts from Hunt the Moldmaker ; plague 

13 Erancis Harrison, dier ; plague 

16 A Chrisome of William Dobson 

17 Dorcas Baker from Widdow Dudson ; plague 

18 Owen s. of Widdow Nichols; plague 

18 Rice Manners, servant of M"" Gittines ; plague 

19 Ann dau. of John Fensome ; plague 

20 Grace dau. of John Eensome ; plague 
20 Elizabeth dau. of John Eensome; plague 

20 A old [blank] from the Plough ; plague 

21 [blank] the w. of Thomas Smith y'' younger ; plague 

21 A stiiborne of Thomas Richards 

22 A nurse child from Widdow Barley ; plague 

24 A Chrisome child of Evan Davies 

25 Richard [blank], servant of Hunt, moldmaker 

26 [blank] Watts from Hunt, moldmaker 

26 Thomas s. of Hunt, Moldmaker 

26, Mary dau. of Thomas Gittings ; plague 

27 Elizabeth dau. of Widdow Raderum ; plague 

27 Roger the servant of John Harrison, dier ; plague 

28 Old William Rastell from Bunns 

28 A female child from Simon Marbery ; plague 

28 Goodman Miller, one of the bearers ; plague 

28 Mary dau. of George Rodes, plague 

29 Ann w. of Robert Robinson ; plague 

30 Julian Harrison from Panics Wharfe ; plague 
30 Richard [blank], servant of Julian; plague 

Oct. 2 Sara dau. of John Sensonie, waterman 

5 William s. of William Yonge, waterman ; plague 

7 Miles Culcup, tailor 

8 [blank] dau. of William Bauldwin 

14 Thomas Smyth the younger, waterman ; plague 

15 Milisent dau. of Liouell Bateman ; plague 
15 Leonard s. of Edward Dean 

17 Owen Davies, waterman 

19 A chrisome of Nathaniell Kinge 

28 Richard servant of John Sensome ; plague 

29 Richard Edwards, dyer ; plague 

30 Margaret dau. of Lionell Bateman ; plague 



1636 


Nov. 


4 




14 




15 




17 


Dec. 


1 




5 




14 




21 




28 


Jan. 


7 




20 




28 


Feb. 


1 




18 


Mar. 


4 




5 




6 




16 


Mar. 


30 


Apri] 


I 1 

7 

22 






24 




28 


May 


5 
19 




26 




31 


June 10 




13 




15 




24 




26 


July 
Aug. 


4 
2 
5 




27 




29 


Sept 


. 4 
6 




7 




7 




7 




7 


Oct. 


26 




30 


Nov 


. 8 




16 




21 




30 


Dec. 


, 4 




22 




22 


Jan. 


10 



BURIALS. 23 

Ealfe Jackson, dyer, from the Bell ; plague 

Thomas s. of Richard Edwards ; plague 

Richard Huntley, waterman ; plague 

Dorothy dau. of Richard Edwards ; plague 

John Liped 

Elizabeth w. of Phillip Streete 

A child of John Didlidge 

"William Miller ; plague 

John Pue from widdow Edwards in the Ape Yard ; plague 

Elizabeth w. of William Yonge 

Robert s. of Robert Heath 

\hlank'], servant of William Bauldwin 

Elizabeth dau. of M'' John Frost 

[hlanJc] s. of Mathew Jones, Waterman 

John s. of M"" Robert Crowdey 

Nathan s. of Momfort Curtis 

Joan w. of Nicholas Goosey 

Sara Wharton, a nurse child from [blank'] 

1637. 

Marie w. of Edward Horsell 

Charles s. M'" John Fish, P'ctor 

Thomas s. of M'" Hugh Busbey 

M" West 

Samuel s. of Richard Saunders 

M'" Penson, one of the Harraulds 

Robert s. of Robert Archer 

Old widdow Dibledge 

Joan Rands ; plague 

Thomas Richards 

Abigale dau. of William Hawkins 

Andrew s. of Andrew Burt 

John s. of Lionell Bateman 

Samuell s. of William Finch 

Henry s. of Henry Boseman 

Ould Mother Annis 

M'" William Owin 

Miles s. of widdow Culcop 

William Sharpe, servant of Humfrey Reinolls 

Sara dau. of Edward Roades 

Ml' Robert Wright 

Susan dau. of Francis Ruddle 

Margaret w. of Sackvile Wade 

John s. of John Sturley 

Joan dau. of William Dobson 

A still borne child of John Jorman & Margaret 

M' Evan Owen 

Nicholas Harrison, dier 

Richard s. of Robert Engersole 

John s. of William Sampson 

Widdow Snelling 

A chrison of M"" Blemen from Thomas Williams 

John s. of Thomas Barker 

Ould William Laighton 

[blank'] dau. of William Prescod 

Aory s. of Robert Sherrock 



24 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHAEP. 

1637 

Jan. 30 [ilanJc'] s. of William Masterman 

31 Mable searvant to the Ladie Thembelle 

'Feb. 9 Mary dau. of Eobert Archer 

Mar. 2 Thomas s. of Peter Tomlinson 

9 A chrisom child of Anthony Barrett 

12 John Hopwood, son-in-law of Phillip Moyle 

17 Old Thomas Smith, waterman 

23 Eobert dau. [sic] of Phillipp Browen 

1688. 

Mar. 27 Eichard Diblidg 

28 Ann dau. of George Pinckny 
April 12 Hester dau. of John Brooks 

12 Sara dau. of Prancis Euddle 

16 Edee w. of Prancis Euddle 

17 John s. of Needam Deakins 

21 Henry s. of Henry Steevens, junior 

24 Old John Eayner 
May 3 Ciseley Phillipps 

3 Prances dau. of John Eoberts 

4 Susanna dau. of Thomas Boddington 
10 Humfrey Eeinolds, waterman 

16 Widdow Clifford 

18 Thomas s. of John Howson 

29 A Chrisom of Eobert Phillipps 

30 Ann w. of Thomas Blevin 
June 15 Nathaniel! s. of Nathaniell King 

17 Grace dau. of John Gibson 
July 1 Patience dau. of William Dealkes 

3 Elizabeth dau. of James Harrison 

5 Dorothe dau. of Eobert Engersold 

15 Lyddia dau. of Edward Deane 

16 Mary dau. of Eobert Eobinson 

19 Lionell Bateman, waterman 

19 William s. of John Minshaw 

29 Elizabeth dau, of Jarvis Newbee 
Aug. 2 Mary dau. of Steeven Gittins 

4 .John Eobins, waterman 
8 David s. of Eice Griffin 

10 Eebecca dau. of William Baldwin 

13 William s. of D'' Exton 

14 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Higginbotom 

15 William s. of William Dawson 

17 Dorothie Erringame 

20 Mathew s. of Mathew Cooke 

24 Euth dau. of Jerom [hlankl 
Sept. 7 Thomas s. of Leonard Coats 

7 Edward s. of Edward Evans 

17 Margarett dau. of Oliver Browne 

20 [blank] dau. of Thomas Higginbotom 

20 Mary w. of John Pish 

30 Prancis s. of William Leech 

Oct. 7 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Denham 

11 George s. of George Pinckney 

25 Elizabeth dau. of Oliver Browne 
Nov. 10 M'' Andrew Knight 



BURIALS. 25 



1638 

Nov. 11 Mary & Judith daus of John Long 

15 Morgan Davis 

22 Elizabeth dau. of M' Thomas Godfrey 

25 Ann dau. of John Bailey 

27 John s. of John Thomas 

Dec. 6 M" \hlanJc] wife of M^' John Jackson 

14 Eobert s. of Mathew Foster 

15 Edward Horsell 

16 John s. of Phillipp Browne 
Jan. 4 Ann dau. of John Sturley 

10 Eichard Williams 

11 Elizabeth Woorwood 

11 James s. of John Cole 

14 William Flamsteed, messenger 

27 M^' Thomas Harcoate 

30 Sara dau. of Anthony Perry 
Feb. 6 Elizabeth dau. of John Miushaw 

13 Mathew s. of Mathew Foster 

14 \hlank'] dau. of [hlanTc] Burch 
22 M»- Daniell Baker 

24 Phillida w. of David Harris 
Mar. 3 Eobert s. of Simon Hacker 

1639. 

April 15 Charles s. of Thomas Asbee 

15 Old Boreman the smith 

27 Charles s. of Thomas Barker 

May 2 M^' George Feeilding 

6 M'" William Eichardson 

18 John s. of M'- Webb 

31 Christopher s. of Xpofer Eeely 
June 6 Jane dau. of Eichard Gardner 

17 M'' John Sampson 

20 Susanna dau. of William Pitman 

July 7 The wife of Jarvis Nubie 

27 John Burch, searvant to M^' Webb 

31 The Ladie Needam 

Aug. 3 The son of Thomas Bodington 

27 Sara dau. of Thomas Pomfrett 

Sept. 3 Widdow Harison 

14 Mary dau. of M^' Eglesfeild 
20 Mary w. of Thomas Poade 
30 Ann dau. of Needam Deakin 

Oct. 7 One mother Tye, a widdow 

12 Thomas Grimstone, a lodger 

16 A chrisome child of M»' Baldwyn's 

19 One Elizabeth Slade, a lodger 
Nov. 6 Katherin w. of John Snooke 

15 Nathauiell s. of Nathaniell Bigland 

25 Margaret w. of Edward Cambell 
Dec. 7 William Leppington 

11 Ealph s. of Thomas Corney 

13 Mary w. of Eichard Cotton 

14 John, A man [Jblank'] 

16 Frances dau. of Eobert Archer 
Jan. 13 A still borne of one Henry Bells 

TOL. IT. 



26 EEGISTEES OP ST. BENE't, PATJL'S "WHABE. 

1639 

Jan. 17 Ann dan. of Eobert Sherocke 

18 John Eobinson, drowned att Barnards Castle 

19 A still borne child of Henry Eleys 
Feb, 1 Isabell w. of Thomas Greene 

1 John s. of John Bymon 

6 Georg s. of George Pinckney 

6 John s. of "Valentine Clarke 

8 "William s. of Widdow Bunny 

28 John s. of Thomas Pue 
Mar. 2 M" Sara Smith, widdow 

6 Widdow Saunders 

7 Ann dau. of Nathaniell King 

11 A chrisome child of Anthony Perry 

12 The Ladie Eidley 

23 Ann dau. of Thomas Eeeve 

1640. 

Mar. 25 Mary dau. of Nathaniell Kinge 

29 William s. of Bartholomew Fountaine 
April 11 John s. of Symon Hacker 

21 The wife of William Wicksteed 

28 Susanna w. of Eichard Laby 

May 2 A Chrisom of John Deakins 

2 A Chrisom of John Sturley 

5 William Pledger, searvant'of M'^' Godfrey 

9 Alice w. of Eichard Kirkham 

15 Frances dau. of Francis Mattershed 

25 Christopher Hooper 

June 5 William s. of William Masterman 

8 Margaret dau. of Xpofer Esby 

14 Ann w. of James Lapley 

26 William Wicksteed 

27 William s. of William Seackes 
July S Lettice dau. of Mumford Cartis 

8 Eobert Sheeles, servant to M^' Eawlins 

26 Tobyas s. of Thomas Higginbotam 

28 Marmaduck s. of Eichard Hudson 
28 Samuell s. of James Kitchin 

Aug. 6 Dorothy dau. of John Eeese 
12 The wife of M^' Dromwood 

15 Nicholas Norgate 

20 Martha dau. of William Pickmoore 

30 James s. of Thomas Mathew 

Sept. 1 Precilla dau. of John Harrison 

2 Elizabeth Eiley 

11 Dorothy w. of Thomas Eawlins 

16 Thomas Mason 

25 George s. of Mathew Benson 

26 Katherin w. of Lewys Hunt 
28 Edward s. of William Toddard 
30 Henry Skipwith 

Oct. 11 Eichard Landman 

14 Elizabeth w. of William Hunt 

27 Othis Exton 
Nov. 11 John Payne 

12 Ann dau. of John Suoock 



bURIALS. 2^ 



1640 

Nov. 12 Penellope w. of Michaell Neele 

19 Alice w. of John Smyth 

29 Paris Williams 

Dec. 4 Katherin Hobbs 

16 [blank'] Seagar 

22 Nathan Walworth 

26 An infant of John Q-ibson 
Jan. 8 John s. of Henry Boseman 

9 Francis Baker 

9 Eobert Lownes 

11 Ann w. of William Clarke 

28 A Chrisom of Nicholas Wilson 
Feb. 14 A still borne of John Frost 

18 A still borne of M^ Lukins 

18 Ann Beadle 

27 M' Thomas 

Mar. 7 A Chrisome of M^' Greorg Smyth 

19 M"' Hughes 

20 Richard s. of Richard Smyth 
22 Mary dau. of M'' Rawworth 

1641. 

Mar. 26 Edmund s. of Edmund Harison 

27 Mary w. of Walter Nott 

29 Ann Morgan 

29 John Bennett 
April 2 John s. of M"" Vine 

3 Katherin dau. of Richard Lewys 

5 Fardinando s. of Fardinando Brooks 

9 Patience dau. of Xpofer Eley 

14 Sarah Morrice 

22 Tristram Beddow 
May 2 Old widdow Pruett 

2 Elizabeth Kirchnell 

3 Robert Grize 

23 Roger Griffin 

28 Francis s. of Thomas Case 

29 Nathauiell s. of Nathaniel! King 

30 John s. of William Finch 

30 Elizabeth w. of Hugh Kerchvey 
June 2 Elizabeth dau. of John Fensom 

7 Widdow Loe 

9 Nicholas Collins 

12 Winifred dau. of John Hach 
14 Old Nicholas Goosye 

17 William s. of Richard Gardner 
19 Sara dau. of James Kitchin 

21 Edmund, a servant of Widdow Collins ; plague 
29 Thomas Higgombottom 

29 Benjamyn Hand 

July 2 Richard Brewer, a nursechild 

7 Wight s. of Thomas Sheafe 

7 [blank'] s. of Nicholas Collins ; plague 

10 Thomas Short from Collins ; plague 

16 Edward Frye 

21 John s. of John Scatliffe 



28 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE*T, PAUL's WHARF. 

1641 

July 29 Mary dau. of William Godfry 

Aug. 4 John s. of John Deakins 

8 John s. of William Gruddaridg 

12 Elizabeth dau. of John ScatclifEe 

12 Elizabeth dau. of Robert Costerdine 
14 Ann dau. of Symon Hacker 

24 Elizabeth dau. of John Frost 
27 Old widdow White 

Sept. 3 John s. of John Betts 

6 Mary w. of M'' John Fish 

13 Mary Lacke ; plague 

14 Elizabeth dau. of William Samford 

14 Mary w. of Adam Lodge ; plague 

15 Margaret dau. of Zackfeild Wade ; plague 
21 Widdow Perkins 

23 William searvant of Henry Boseman ; plague 

25 James searvant of Henry Boseman ; plague 
Oct, 1 Mary dau. of Beniamyn Redding 

1 The widdow Pue 

1 John Rawlins ; plague 

1 Richard Wisdome ; plague 

6 James Webb, waterman ; plague 

10 [blank] dau. of [blank] Wye 

12 [blank], Si nuvsekeej^er ; plague 

13 Elizabeth dau. of William Drue 

23 A child of Beniamyn Reddings ; plague 

24 Widdow Grise; plague 
Nov. 12 Margarett w. of Jarvis Nuby 

16 [blank] w. of James Sparkes 
16 Phillip Dandey, waterman 

18 Mary dau. of William Browne 

Dec, 6 Widdow Leonard 

16 Widdow Serieant 

24 Sara dau. of Nicholas Chart ; plague 

27 [blank] Chaundler from widdow Bustiaus 
.Tan. 5 Richard s. of John Raworth 

18 [bla7ik] dau. of Nicholas Chart 

25 John Shaw, waterman 

28 Ane Armitage 

Feb. 16 A still borne of Purchas y« porter 

24 An infant of Anthony Pery 

27 Old Sara Bolton 

Mar. 13 Lucy dau. of William Underwood 

1642. 

April 24 John s. of William Hunt 

May 1 Old Welthean Watkins 

4 William s. of William Brabant 

11 Francis s. of Charles Pomfrett 
13 Richard Lodie 

19 Trolus Tailor 
27 Grace Terrey 

31 Elizabeth w. of Augustine Mathews 

June 2 John s. of William Guttrie 

6 Mumfort Curtis. Beale [sic] 

18 Yong Troylus 



BURIALS. 29 

1642 

July 5 Thomas Barrow 

12 William Yong 

14 Bridgett dau. of Thomas Eeeve 

16 Blanch dau. of John Roberts 
24 Marie dau. of Widdow Lody 

Aug. 17 Ml' Humfrie Lloyd, Procter • 

21 John s. of John White 

26 John s. of William Baldwyn 

29 Mary w. of Eowland Baskervill 
31 Phillipp Mole, waterman 

Sept. 8 Henry s. of Henry Meriall 

8 Ann dau. of M'^ Gribbon's 
11 M>^ Ann Fell 

Oct. 9 William Carver 

22 Ellinor Diblidg 
24 John Huhins 
31 Prancis Bessall 

Nov. 8 A chrisom of Beniamyn Bedding's 

9 John s. of William Eaggefeild 
Dec. 2 Elizabeth w. of John Stafford 

17 A chrisom from M' Benson's 

19 Mary w. of William Clarke 

23 Thomas s. of S'' John Eead 

23 A still borne of Thomas Smyth 
28 A still borne of [blank] Drew 

Jan. 11 Thomas StafEord 

20 A stranger from Hunsden's 
Feb. 4 M'' Luk Lee 

6 Widdow Bustian 

8 Needham Deakins 

10 Widdow Howes 

11 Thomas Bishopp 

13 John Spencer 

18 A maid from M^' Dodd's 
18 A child of a Trumpeter's 
18 Susan w. of M^' Robert Lee 

Mar. 1 A chrisom of William Underwood's 

3 M" Gibbon, in the South Isle 

4 A Chrisom of Thomas Easom 

8 Steeven Mercer from Stafford's 

24 Hannah dau. of Peeter Wade 

1643. 

Mar. 29 William, a nurse child from Godfry's 

30 *James s. of John Cole, in the South Isle 
April 4 Ann dau. of Ralfe Bowles 

12 Francis dau. of Widdow Carver 

18 Phillip s. of George Pinckney 
May 10 A child of Robert Collett's 

19 Marie dau. of John Snooke 
22 Robert s. of John Raworth 

June 2 Lettis dau. of Anthony Perrey 

2 A Chrisom of Alice Cocksey's 

9 Ann dau. of Richard Gardner 

15 Robert, a lame souldier 

* The words " James sonae of " have been inserted in the margin before the words " John 
Cole."— Ed. 



so THE aEGiSTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1643 

June 23 John s. of John Harper 

July 16 A child of [blank'] Beuiamyn's 

18 A child from Walter Nott 

31 The wife of Peeter Cooper 

31 Thomas Costerdine and his wife 

Aug. 14 The wife of Captaine Talbott 

15 Elizabeth dau. of John Pish 

17 John s. of George Beard 

18 A child of Eoger Whit's 
26 A boy of Captain Talbotts 
28 ilobert Clarke ; plague 

Sept, 11 Marie Clarke ; plaugue 

21 The wife of Thomas Mason 

Oct. 12 A still borne child 

20 Joan w. of Thomas Waters 
Nov. 7 A child of Edward Evans 

11 A lodger from Mr. Stafford's 

21 A meale woeman, by the Swann Taverne on Adling hill 

22 A child of M^^ Sumner's 

24 John Conoway, the pish clerk 
Dec. 2 Elizabeth Sumner 

5 A child of a lodger's from Stafford's 

6 Annother child of the same Lodgers 

21 M'^^* Hogsflesh her sister 

23 M^Eo: Ingerstalle 

26 M"^ Eountaine's Mother 

26 A child of goodwife Andrews' daughter 
Jan. 18 Mary dau. of John Hogsflesh 

18 A lodgers child at M'' Tomliusons 

19 A still borne child of M^' Godfreis 

22 A maid of M^' Brabant's 
Eeb. 7 A child of M': Walkers 

7 A child of a lodgers at M'" Lowes 

8 Zachary searvant of M"" Boseman 
11 William Dodid 

11 A child of M-" Jerrotts 

17 A poore man, a souldier 

27 A child of a poore mans 
Mar. 9 Thomas Knight, a lodger 

11 A daughter of M'' Wallises 

11 Jonathan Bissall, a lodger 

19 Grace Sampson, grandchild of M''^ Sampson 

1644. 

April 14 M'"* Dillingham from y*^ Harrollds 

May 1 William Walker, bricklayer 

12 Thomas Williams, a servant in Baynards Castle 

18 George Bowdeu, Cit: & Skinner 

25 Oliver s. of John Cockrill 
June 3 Thomas Reeve, Cit: & Brotherer 

14 A child of Roger White's 

16 Elizabeth dau. of Nathaniell King 

18 Jane dau. of Elizabeth Richardson 

24 M'- Robert Lee, cit: & Wodmonge] 

July 4 Thomas s. of Thomas Wright 

10 Thomas s. of Samuell Sanders 

10 A nurse child from Margrett Redding's 



BURIALS. 31 



1644 

July 12 Ann dan. of Richard Smyth 

14 A nurse child from goodwif Jones 

16 John s. of William Pitman 

17 A boy from goodman Gitingeses 
24 Jane dau. of M''^ Walker 

24 Frances Haraerton, a Maide 
Aug. 20 The wife of Samuell Adams 

22 Richard s. of Richard Lewns 

23 A Chrisom of Roger Shipman's 

25 Ann dau. of Thomas Smith 

26 John s. of John Killick ; plague 

Sept. 1 [blanki w. and Margerie dau. of Griles Simpkins 

2 A still borne child of Daniell Purchas 

3 William s. of William Goodridg 

7 Samuell s. of Robert Drumbleby 

8 Giles Simpkins ; plague 

10 [iJank'} the w. of John Killick ; plague 
Oci. 9 Walter Lee, a souldier 

24 Mary dau. of John Wallis 
26 Jane Saunders, widdow 

Nov. 1 Susannah Carver, widdow 

2 A child of James Neaves 

6 Ann w. of John Moore 

9 A chrisom child of John Prices 
Dec. 6 Elizabeth dau. of Elizabeth Ingersoll 

7 William s. of William Webb 
19 Thomas s. of Edmond Harison 

Jan. 2 A child of M'' Pearces y^ Procter 

3 A crysom of Richard Crayes 

11 Henrie Fisher, browne baker 
Feb. 14 Elizabeth dau. of M'^ Walker 

28 A still borne child of James Granger's 

Mar. 13 Widdow Wells 

15 Sarah dau. of William Baugh 

1645. 

Mar. 25 The wife of Reynold Hunsdon 

x\pril 11 Elkenna dau. of Fardinando Brookes 

16 Clement s. of M""^ Ingersall 

19 Thomas s. of John Hanson ; plague 

20 Elkena dau. of George Venable 
May 4 John s. of William Godfrey 

15 M'' John Fish, Procter 

19 Sara dau. of Nathaniell Lukins 

25 George s. of Georg Norton from S' Gregories pish 

25 A child of Widdow Giles 
June 1 Stephen Goodwin, Imbrotherer 

4 Elizabeth dau. of Andrew Hall 

8 Alexander s. of Peeter Tomlinson 

11 Henry s. of John Hanson 

17 Peter s. of Peeter Priscott 

17 Margarett dau. of Andrew Haleat 

26 Edward Davis 

July 1 The wife of Richard Swaine 

9 Henry s. of Luke Harris 

12 John s. of David Thomas 



32 EEGISTEES OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1645 

July 15 W Nicliolas Lisle 

19 Thomas s. of Anthony Parry 

19 A child of Widdow Hands ; plague 

24 M-- Johu Balliter 
29 M^ John Eaworth 

Aug. 1 Judith, M'' Godfrey's maid ; plague 

3 Charles s. of William Hulett 

4 A Sonne of Henry Eley's 
7 M" Knight 

14 William Godfrey ; plague 

15 A dau. of Henry Canon's ; plague 
15 Charles s. of Charles Pumfrey 

15 A nurse child from good wife Jones 

16 Eobert s. of Elizabeth Ingersoll; plague 
16 Edward Harwick ; plague 

16 A maid of M'" Eeades ; plague 

17 John s. of Elias Treveare ; plague 

17 M--^ Webber, a lodger at M-" Wilson's ; plague 

17 Margarett dau. of William Emery 
19 Charles Pumfrey ; plague 

25 M''s Ellinor Lawrence ; plague 

27 Mathew s. of Ellin Hardwick ; plague 

30 Twoe daus. of Elias Treveare's ; plague 

31 A dau. of goodman Johns ; plague 
Sept. 1 A Sonne of Henry Canon's ; plague 

2 Jonathan s. of John Wyn 

4 Mathew s. of Mathew Cooke ; plague 

5 John s. of Andrew Hall 

7 Thomas s. of Mathew Cooke ; plague 

7 Prances dau. of Mathew Cooke ; plague 

7 A dau. of Henry Canon's; plague 

7 Ei chard s. of Eichard Smyth 

7 John Deakins, Imbroth ; plague 

7 Dorothie dau. of John Blackwell 

8 John s. of John Thomas ; plague 

8 Paith dau. of William Brabant ; plague 

9 Eichard s. of Peeter Tomlinson ; plague 
9 Mary dau. of Peeter Tomlinson ; plague 

14 M'" John Thomas ; plague 

18 The wife of Eichard Jones 

18 A child of Eichard Jones ; plague 

19 Samuell s. of Eice Griffin ; plague 
19 Eice Griffin ; plague 

22 Thomas s. of Eoger Priscot ; plague 

22 Agnes dau. of John Dickins ; plague 

22 Jane grandchild of Henry Steevens 

22 Thomas s. of Thomas Smyth ; plague 

23 George s. of John Dickiugs 

28 John s. of John Dickins 

29 A dau. of Eoger Priscott ; plague 

30 Edmond s. of Eice Griffin ; plague 
Oct. 1 A maid searvant of M'' Meakins ; plague 

3 Eice Griffin's sonne ; plague 

5 [blank] Underwood, M'' Pester's searvant; plague 

7 The wife of Eice Griffin ; plague 

7 Susanna dau. of Eobert Archer ; plague 

P Elizabeth dau. of John Thomas 



BTJRIALS. 33 



1645 

Oct. 10 A dau. of John Beerley's ; plague 

15 The wife of [blank'] Whitaker 

16 John s. of John Gotchet 

16 Greorge s. of Edward Johnson ; plague 

22 Widow Smyth from Andrewes Ward 

22 John Beareley ; plague 

26 Anne w. of Edward Browne 
Nov. 25 M' John Eillpott* 

25 AVilliam Emery 

27 Eebecca dau. of Bobert Jones 

27 A child of Xpofer Elles 
30 Bichard Gardner 

Dee. 3 A nurse child from East's 

5 William Jenings 

Jan. 9 Jone Foord 

21 M' Edward Browne 

28 M'- William Webb 

Eeb. 7 Thomas s. of William Webb 

7 Rebecca dau. of Thomas Jones 
13 John s. of Henry Elee 

13 Elizabeth w. of John Thomas 

19 Elizabeth Conoway, widdow 

27 Margery dau. of William Hunt 

28 John Clarke, searvant to M"" Pester 
28 Lyonell s. of Henry Harwood 

Mar. 7 Sarah dau. of Thomas Sheafe 

11 Isaack s. of John Hansome 

11 Mary dau. of Steven Strong 

22 Susan dau. of Anthony Eorkenham 

1646. 

Mar. 31 Thomas Kingston 

April 4 Daniell s. of Daniell Demount 

8 Martha dau. of Thomas Hawkins 

16 John Watts, searvant to William Hunt 

28 Edward s. of William Brabant 

30 A still borne child of Luke Harris 

30 Susanna wife of Walter Price 

May 8 Alice wife of Elias Trevear 

13 Thomas Wellin 

13 Martha dau. of James Granger 

16 John s. of Bichard Eglesfeild 

18 Jane Dunn, widow 

19 A child of Jane Dunn's 

19 Daniell Demount's sister 

20 William s. of John Whitaker 

22 Luke s. of Luke Harris 
24 Evan Price 

27 Bobart s. of Bobart Browne 

28 William s. of Bobart Wethers 
28 Henry searvant to Edward Evans 

June 9 Millisen dau. of John Golby 

12 Martha dau. of Thomas Sheaf 
18 Buth w. of Boger Bockwell 

18 Katherin, M"" Snook's maid ; Plague 

19 A still borne child of Ann Jones 

23 Edward Layne 

* Somerset Herald. — Ed, 

VOL. IT. 



34 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL's WHARE. 

1646 

July 6 John s. of Edward Hill 

7 Eichard s. of Eichard Mosse 

7 Margarett Moyle 

8 John s. of John Fisher 

9 The wife of Thomas Hawkins 
12 Thomas s. of Thomas Warner 

15 Eatchell dan. of William Dawson 

16 Ann dau. of Edward Hill 

16 Mary w. of John Hall 
20 John s. of John Hall 

22 Elizabeth dau. of William Grey 
24 Ann dau. of George Pinckney 
Aug. 6 Sara dau. of AVilliam Lee 

10 Eobart s. of George Pinckney 

10 Sara dau. of Nathaniell King 
22 William Brignell, drownd 

24 Katherin dau. of William Atkinson 
29 M''^ Margarett Chandler 

Sept. 3 John Wills, citizen and Yintner 

17 A boy fromWilliam Baker's ; plague 

20 Dorothie dau. of William Turner 
22 Grizell dau. of Anthony Izard 
29 James s. of John Cole 

Oct. 9 A still borne child of George Jarrads 

14 Ml" Eobart Browne,* Herald 

15 M^' William Sarams, Doctor 

25 Edward Davis, Water bearer 

27 Elizabeth Jaquinta 

Nov. 6 Anne w. of Thomas Haines 
12 M"" John Exton 

21 Elizabeth Akingstall 

26 tAnn w. of Thomas Haines 

28 Jeoffery Steevens 

Dec. 11 Eobert Lorker, M"' Win's searvant 

18 Margaret dau, of Edward Evans 
- 22 Katherin w. of George Curtis 

23 Ann Skip with, widdow 
Jan. 21 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Evans 

22 Eebecca dau. of William Carter 

23 Ann dau. of John Turner f* 

29 Bridgett Exton, widdow 
31 Mary dau. of John Davis 

Feb. 6 George s. of Eobart Kemp 

6 Elizabeth dau. of Abraham Ethell 

12 Xpofer s. of Evan Turberfeild 

15 Judith Vinon from M^' Tomlinson's 

20 Martha dau. of Marmaduke Bote 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Nathaniell Lukins 
Mar. 3 Mary dau. of Eobert Austin 

12 James Smyth, cooper 

15 William Shipley 

24 Ann w. of Thomas Hackshaw 

1647. 

April 12 Jane dau. of Thomas Watson 
18 Izraell s. of Daniell Deamont 
* Poursuivant-Bluemantle.— Ed. t Apparently a repetition of the entry on Nov. 6.— Ed, 



JBTJRIALS. 35 



1647 

April 19 Ann dau. of Bartholomew Fountaine 

May 4 Ann a searvant of James Meakins 

13 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Pettiwood 
15 Thomas s. of Ruth Eaworth 

27 Ann Leigh 

June 14 Semm [sic'] s. of George Owen 

22 Eobert s. of Nicholas G-losear 

24 Daniell s. of Daniell Halsey 
July 11 Marie dau. of Edmond Langley 

25 Thomas s. of Widdow Wethers 

29 Dorothie dau. of Fardinando Brookes 
31 John s. of Edward Hill 

Aug. 6 Mary dau. of Richard Smith 

23 William s. of William Hunt 

28 John s. of John Fisher 
Sept. 3 Elizabeth w. of John Fisher 

3 Daniell s. of William Territt 

3 Mary w. of John Snooke ; pi. 

3 Georg Gutteridg, M'' Snook's man ; pi. 

3 Thomas Price ; pi. 

5 Jane w. of William Brabant 5 pi. 

7 M'^ Judith Jones 

15 Elizabeth dau. of John Betts 
17 Mary dau. of James Meakins 

19 George s. of John Whitaker 

20 Jane dau. of John Fix, dec : 

20 Barnard Janes ; plague 

21 John s. of Edward Pettiward ; plague 
Oct. 8 Joseph Gayre 

9 Hugh Price ; plague 

11 Mary w. of Robert Robinson 

16 Mary Weethers, widdow 

17 Paule Teomans 

28 Rachell dau. of John Win 

30 William s. of Thomas Price ; plague 

Nov. 6 John Gregory, searvant to M^' Hunt ; plague 

19 Mary Collins 

25 Katherin w. of William Tirritt 

Dec. 6 Sarah w. of Thomas Packhurst 

8 Widdow Glasbury 

8 Edward Williams 

12 A Crisom John Hignoll 

14 A still borne child of John Davie 
17 Mary w. of John Archer 

19 Richard s. of Thomas Croome 

20 John s. of John Hatch 

22 Robart Mathewes 
Jan. 3 Jane w. of .Tames Hill 

9 Elizabeth dau. of Richard Parker 

10 A still borne child of George Jaretts 
25 Anne w. of George Jarrett 

30 George s. of Abraham Statham 

31 Ould M-^ Edward Smyth 

31 Elizabeth w. of William Atkinson 

Feb. 5 William Hopton, of the plaugo 

11 James Hill, of the plauge 

12 Ann dau. of John Dickinges 



36 REGISTEES OP ST. BENE't, PAULAS WHARP 

1647 
Feb. 15 Mary dau. of Henry Elee 

16 Ann Allison, servant to William Broadwater 

23 Ann dau. of James Hill; plague 

24 Charles s. of Prancis Lant 
Mar. 6 Widdow Janes 

11 Elizabeth dau. of Eichard Smyth 
15 Elizabeth Bloer, widdow 

1648. 

Mar. 25 Jane dau. of Edward Tinsley 

26 William Baldin 

28 Ellin Booth, widdow 

April 3 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Murrill 

3 Josias s. of Thomas Atkins 

4 Elizabeth dau. of James Bailee 
8 Susanna dau. of Xpofer Cobson 

13 Ann dau. of Morgan Harris ; plague 

17 M" Margarett Steevens 

May 1 A still borne child of Francis Mattershed 

1 Ann w. of Eobert Reighnoldes 

1 John s. of .John Eobinson 

3 Elizabeth Crosse, widdow 

8 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Croome 

8 Thomas Eesden from y" Mynories 
20 M'-s Elizabeth Edwards, widdow 

20 Mathew daughter [sic] of James Meakins 

22 Mary w. of John Eobinson 

22 Thomas s. of Thomas Sanders 

23 Widdow Barley 

29 Mary dau. of John Brunt 

June 4 Elizabeth dau. of Henry Canon 

4 Ann dau. of James Tomlinson 

9 A crizom of Eardinando Brooks 

12 Elizabeth dau. of Christopher Eley 
- 22 John s. of Abraham Statham 

24 Eobart s. of Nicholas Chart 
July 13 G-eorge s. of Greorge Plush 
Aug. 10 Jane dau. of John Growlby 

13 James s. of James Eembam 

22 Erancis Pridaie, a nursechild and foundling 

29 Eichard s. of Eichard Mosse 
Sept. 4 Eichard s. of Thomas Price 

5 Eobert Eewree y* died in ye Streete 
10 Judith Porter, M^' Luis maide 

12 Israeli s. of Henry Boseman 

Oct. 15 Eobert s. of Thomas Fitton 

17 Widdow Steevens, an Alraeswoeman 

17 Widdow Conway, an Almeswoeman 

28 Sara dau. of John Woodoers 

28 Margarey dau. of Eoger White 

Nov. 6 A crisom of Christopher Peakes 

24 Mary w. of William Baker 

Dec. 11 Edee Bray, a servant of M'' Peniston's 

17 Sara dau. of Eoger Osborne 

26 Widdow Metcalfe 

Jan. 3 Thomas s. of John Hanson 



:&URiALS. 37 



1648 

Jan. 16 M'" Anthony Joslyn 

30 William Ansell, y« servant of M'" Tomlinson 

Feb. 17 Thomas "Watkins, y^ searvant of Richard Hudson 

18 Isabell w. of [blank^ Crayne 

19 Eoger Backster 

26 Mary dau. of John Hatch 

Mar. 13 Elizabeth dau. of John Bradshaw 

17 Henry Smyth, M'' Cole's man 

1649. 

Mar. 28 Jone w. of John Tucke 

30 Twoe crisoms of John E-obinson's 
April 9 Thomas s. of Robert Carter 

10 Pardinando s. of Simond Hacker 

13 Elizabeth dau. of William Sanders 

May 8 Lidia dau. of John Winn 

9 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Wright 

13 An infant of M^' John Harris 
23 Andrew s. of George Jerot 
29 The wife of Simond Hacker 

31 M"" Jolm Sallodyne from y« Castell 
June 4 Thomas s. of Thomas Birket 

9 M"^ G-yles Coleman, Imbrotherer 

18 Elizabeth dau. of William Atkinson 

23 Katharine w. of Richard Hillyard, drowned 

23 Sarah Laine, sister of M'" Hillyard, drowned 

July 2 Mary dau. of Robert Towze 

23 John Cole, woodmunger 

25 Hester dau. of Jerimie Hickes 

Aug. 7 Mary dau. of William Martine 

7 Susanna Lam 

12 John Tucke, porf to y^ Harrold Office 

14 An infant of William Eiles 
23 Gabrill s. of Nathaniell King 
28 An infant of John Gotch 

Sept. 1 William s. of John Ducket 

12 Mary dau. of Joane Cole 

13 A child of William Macoke 
23 Nathaniell King, waterman 

Oct. 2 An infant of Thomas Wingod 

6 James s. of John Gouldby 

8 William s. of John Gouldby 

10 Eraucis dau. of Thomas Russell 

12 Elizabeth Maler from M"" Robinson's 

15 Jane Austine 

30 William Brabant, Imbrotherer 

Nov. 1 Thomas & Rewth, twines of John Deakings 

2 Elizabeth w. of M^' John Harris 

8 Elizabeth w. of Robert Carter 

16 Elizabeth dau. of Nathaniell Sumner 
16 Ann w. of Nathaniell Sumner 

16 John Roberts, Procter 

30 Bridgitt a maid y' died in y^ street 

Dec. 14 Elizabeth dau. of William Territt 

14 James Natt 

16 Sarah dau. of John Howson 



RBGiSTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUl's T^HAR^. 



3g 

1649 

Dec. 17 Thomas Browne, servant to M^ Eckton 

23 Thomas Higuot, brother to Thomas Hignot 

24 John Smith, laborer 

T ?i ?,^™d Dickings, free of y^ Brotherers 

Jan. 15 Hugh Eckton, f re of Marchaut Tailors 

21 The wife of Nickles Chart 

25 Anne, M^s Marbaries maid 

28 Thomas s. of Thomas Williams 

I'eb. 6 M'- David Jones 

8 Theadotia dau. of Eobert Austin 

9 Kichard Moss 

10 Mathew a child of Fardinando Brookes 

15 Jone w. of Thomas East 

19 Elizabeth w. of Nathaniell Lukings 

19 An infant of Eichard Badgers 

20 Daniell s. of Eichard Hallse 
Mar. 16 Mathew Jones, waterman 

April 6 Widow Carington 

24 Edward Evanes, vintner 

24 *Mathew Jones, waterman 

May 7 Elizabeth dau. of John Sanctie 

10 Marget dau. of Daniell Demount 

17 Joseph s. of John Clarke, from M'' Movies 

— Achildof William Emerton 

— Eichard Ham 

June 15 Edward Smith, fre of ye Imbrotherers 

15 Marget Elsmore 

July 6 A child of Eichard Smith 

23 Elizabeth Web, widow 

24 A child of Henry Harrogaite 
Aug. 29 Elizabeth dau. of John Thelwell 

30 William s. of William Territt 

Sept. 13 John s. of Henry Boesman 

13 William Brodewater 

23 A child of Eebecka Eowels 

Oct. 2 The son of M'- Allen Geare 

13 Anne dau. of M' John Watson 

13 Margret dau. of John Erowde 

21 William Haward from Pudle Wharfe 

TVnv I i?™^«^"K^^i't"reeoftheHabedash- 

,o ^^""^ '^^"- °^ Nathaniell Lukeins 

12 Henry s. of William Hunt 

15 Ann infant of William Ellis 

1^ ^i ^,^^ infant of Marmaduke Boots 

II f Edward Norgate,t a harrold 

oA m, ^^^^^ ^^ Brookes, a souldger 

30 The son of William Eawlins 

Jan. 2 The wife of Thomas Burket 

13 Mary dau. of M'' Allen Geare 

18 An infant of Jonathan Madox 

27 An infant of M'' John Howsons 

23 Mary dau. of John Mously 

Feb. 18 The widdow Eodes 

* Apparently a repetition of the eutry on .M.roh 1G.-Eb. f Windsor Herald.-Ei>. 



BURIALS. 39 



1650 

Feb. 24 Two twines of Fardinando Brookes 

24 A still borne child of Thomas Martine 

Mar. 14 The w. of Lawrence Eickson 

19 Presilla w. of M'' John Houson 
21 Mary Jackson, widow 

1651. 

April 25 M.^^ Poole, widow 

May 1 A child of Henry Stevens 

15 Josef s. of William Hunt 

17 Ml" John Linnet 

18 Ann dan. of Christopher Elee 
23 Mary dan. of John Howson 

23 Hanah dau. of Jeames Baylie 

24 Thomas s. of Eichard Svvaiue 

30 Elizabeth Peuson alice [sic'] Ashford 

June 20 A child of Thomas Baylie 

July 7 Eichard Dodd 

Aug. 7 Mary dau. of Eichard Lewis 

9 Charles s. of Francis Vinsonne 

10 Eobert s. of John Davis 

17 Anne dau. of James Howes 

20 A dau. of Eichard Lewis 

21 AVilliam Meacham 

21 [blank] w. of Jeames Howes 

Sept. 4 The w. of William Eilles 

10 The w. of Eobert Worthen 
29 The w. of John Wilgoose 

Oct. 9 Thomas s. of Thomas Mape 

13 Ellin servant to M"" Thomas Gee 

14 John s. of John Escough 

19 John s. of Francis Eash 

20 M>' James Barneby from M'' Smith 

28 Mfs Craston, widdow 

29 Elizabeth dau. of John Escough 
Nov. 9 A stil borne child of Thomas Birkits 
Jan. 2 Dorothy Feilding 

2 John Archer 

11 The w. of John Cayre 

13 Mary w. of John Bur 

Feb. 8 A child of William Meacock's 

14 Edmond s. of Thomas Angwish 
28 Thomas Pode 

Mar. 1 M'^ Mary Webb 

1 The vv. of Ml" Frances Neale 

4 Ann infant of Thomas Croomes 

17 The w. of Henry Elee 

17 The w. of John Betts 

21 A child of William Lee 

22 John Barnes 

1652. 

Mar. 26 A child of John Barnes 

30 A nursechild from goodwife Jones 
April 1 Widdow Giles 

2 Tabytha dau. of David Thomas 

16 A child of John Frowds 



40 REGISTEES OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1652 

April 18 Widow Alyard, an Almes woman 

25 Emond s. of Greorge Pinckney 

May 10 The w. of Thomas Tough 

14 Edmond s. of "William Emerton 

15 George s. of Jeromy Hickes 

17 The son of George Boulton 

19 Mary dau. of Thomas "Williams 

21 The w. of Samuell Mosse 

25 John Brooke, Prockter ; killed by a fall 

27 Thomas Bankings 

June 1 Sarah dau. of Thomas Tough 

7 Elizabeth dau. of George Pinckney 

25 The son of John Dickings, scolmaster 

26 M^' Tnigoe Jones 

26 "William s. of George Pinckney 

July 8 "Widow Draper, an Almeswoman 

13 Liddia dau. of Thomas Such 

13 Philipa dau. of James Marret 

18 Sarah dau. of Thomas Croome 

30 Alice dau. of Thomas Eight 
Aug. 3 John Beard of Banards Castle 

5 Sarah dau. of "William Eowler 

9 Lettis Thomas 

17 "Widow Layse 

19 Beniamen s. of "William Lee 
21 John s. of "William Demock 

29 A crisom child of M'' Howsones 

29 A still borne child of Edward Broton 

31 Mary dau. of William Waimore 

Sept. 5 A still borne child of Koch Blundersous 

10 The w. of Frances Campion 

11 Sarah dau. of Thomas Price 

16 Eve dau. of Thomas Payge 

17 A child of Eobert Austins 
24 Mary dau. of Henry Steivens 

Oct. 16 A child of John Davis 

24 Richard s. of Richard Rose 
26 Mary dau. of Mathew Dible 

26 Mathew s. of Mathew Iresonne 

27 The w. of Abraham Ethell 

28 A child of Abraham Ethell 

30 Two children of John Pumphreys 
Nov. 1 A child of John Price 

4 Elizabeth w. of George Blake 

9 A child of Richard Cray 

23 John s. of John Escough 

26 M'' Thomas Adams, Minester 
Dec. 1 Charles Gregorey 

17 John Piatt, a Prentis of M'' Howsons 

25 Grace Sampson, widow 
Jan. 7 Edmond s. of Mathew Bayle 

8 William Samford 

Feb. 1 William s. of Frances Sanders 

4 John s. of John Rine 

13 John s. of Nickholas Glozer 

27 Elizabeth dau. of John Robinson 
Mar. 21 Thomas Gitinges, Imbrotherey 



BURIALS. 41 

1653. 



Mar. 


30 


April 5 




8 




10 




22 


May 


6 




24 




28 


June 


1 4 




8 




27 




27 


July 


8 




21 




21 


Aug. 


11 




12 




15 




21 




22 




28 




29 


Sept. 


3 




8 


Oct. 


16 




24 




27 


Nov. 


8 




12 




12 




18 


Dec. 


6 




31 


Jan. 


26 




31 


Feb. 


1 




19 




19 




20 




20 




25 


Mar. 


6 




13 


Mar. 


25 


April 


4 




9 




11 




25 




25 




26 


May 


2 



Elizabeth Eookes, widow 

Eobert s. of Richard Edmousonu 

Mary w. of M^" Thomas Samford 

A child of Thomas Bond's 

Eichard Gouldby 

Prancis [sic] Bowdeu, widow 

The w. of M>' John Deakings, scoollmaster 

James s. of James Duglas 

An infant of William Browne 

A child of William Democks 

Eobert Worthen, drowned 

John s. of John Cann 

Eobert Cress 

William s. of John Eands 

Sarah dau. of Mathew Jerson 

John Eobinson 

Nickholas s. of Thomas Eight 

Barthollomew Fountaine 

Elizabeth dau. of Eichard Pilley 

Patience dau. of Jonathan Bonvill 

William s. of Samuell Booker 

Eobert Pownen 

Alice dau. of Ellin Hardwick 

William s. of AVilliam Pitman 

Bridget Carter 

Eueth w. of Thomas Newcombe 

John s. of Thomas Maxey 

John Plumer 

John Betts, carpenter 

M'' Thomas Anguish 

Thee w. of Eoger Dromant 

Nickholas Glosear 

M-"^ Martha Paske 

Joane dau. of John Stattord 

Thomas s. of Thomas Barwell 

William s. of William South 

Thomas Ansonne 

Thomas s. of Thomas Such 

Edward s. of John Whitewood 

M^' Henry Durham, Prockter 

M'' John Cann, watchmaker 

Jane w. of Jonathan Bonvill 

John s. of John Pollard 

1654. 

William Shaw, Imbrotherer 

George s. of Elias Travear 

Anne dau. of M'^ Eose Eoberts 

John s. of Steiven Pilkinsonue 

Ann dau. of Luke Harris 

John s. of Eichard Pilley 

Edee dau. of William Ellis 

Samuell Mosse, waterman 
8 Elizabeth dau. of Samuell Eobinson 
8 The wife of Symon Marburro 

VOL. IV. 



42 KEGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL'S WHAEF. 

1654 

May 9 A childe of Jolin Thelwells 

13 William s. of Dockter William Paske 

15 Hanna Towersend 

16 Edward Pegler 

18 William s. of John Whittiker 
22 William s. of William Spooner 

June 1 Anne dau. of John Proude 

1 Alice dau. of William Lee 

July 11 William s. of Samuell Booker 

15 William s. of William Brodewater 
30 Susan dau. of John Booker 

Aug. 4 The wife of Edward Salmon 

19 The wife of Abraham Ethell 
29 Sarah dau. of Marke Carter 

Sept. 3 The mfe of Thomas Bond 

18 Elizabeth Davis, widow 

Oct. 6 WiJliam Craine 

9 Augustine Mathews 

16 The wife of John Mowsley 

20 Beniemen s. of Thomas Bond 

21 The Lady Boswell, in the chancell, close by the Doctor's pew, south 

side 
26 Martha dau. of Thomas Smith 

26 Mary dau. of John Mowsley 

27 A child of E-ichard Crayes 

Nov. 24 Katheran dau. of Edward Coelpit 

24 Eobert s. of Eobert Eobinsonne 

Dec. 12 Edward Cheeak 

13 A child of Nathaniell Hawes 

14 Edward Scott, watchmaker 

15 John s. of John Spooner 

18 Mary dau. of Thomas Smith 

22 George s. of George Nickholes 

33 [sic] Elizabeth dau. of Abraham Statham 
Jan. 8 Au infant of Thomas Howes 

12 John Juxon, Esquier, in the chansell, the upermost pew at the south 

side 

13 Anne w. of William Benfeild 
18 A foundling, the [blank] 

22 A childe of widow Glosears 

Eeb. 4 An infant of John Wigington's 

6 Thomas Eackit 

7 A servant of M"" John Wigington's 
9 AVidow Morris 

26 A childe of Eichard Eowles 
Mar. 23 A childe of Christopher Elees 

24 Henry s. of William Martin 

1655. 

Mar. 27 An infant of John Benall's 

27 A chrisom of John Eobinsonn's 

29 Widow Man 

30 Edward Midelton 

33 [sic] A child of Edward Summers 
April 2 An infant of John Crockford's 
3 Edward s. of Edward Midelton 



BtJUIALS. 43 



1655 

April 3 John s. of Samuell Ducket 

3 Edward s. of Edward Midelton {repeated'] 

17 John s. of Marke Carter 

29 Frances dau. of [hlank] Erancklin 

May 1 An infant of Samuell Booker's 

1 Sarah dau. of John Ascough 

10 Widow Williams, Almeswoman 
17 A childe of Christopher Elees 
17 Anne w. of Samuell Chapman 
29 Anne Hewes, widow 

June 17 Thee wife of Eichard Pilley 

20 Jone w. of Richard Hudson 

20 Phillip s. of James Duglas 
24 Edward Coelpitt 

29 Sarah dau. of John Basfoord 
July 19 John s. of Thomas Price 

24 Easter dau. of Elias Travear 

25 A Still borne child of Roger Dromant 

27 Sarah w. of Roger Dromant 
Aug. 2 Elizabeth dau. of Margret Morgin 

2 The wife of Thomas Edwards 

3 Dockter Clarke, Judg of the Admiralty 

15 Phillippa w. of Robert Thomas 

16 A child of Richard Adams 

17 Frances w. of Valentine Clarke 

21 An infant of Dockter Paskes 

23 Mary dau. of John Wildgoose 
Sept. 7 Frances Hodges from M^' Dimocks 

9 Jone Burrabaske from M'' Dimocks 

24 An Infant of George Maburns 
Oct. 6 An Infant of Francis Marshals 

13 Robert Austin, Printer 

16 John s. of Thomas Underhill 

23 Joseph s. of Joseph Adee 

30 Steiven Knight, warder 
Nov. 6 John Ravenscroft 

11 Anne w. of John Brunce 

12 An Infant of William Emerton's 

15 Marmaducke s. of Marmaducke Bote 

17 Joyce dau. of Dockter Trigg 

18 A child of Thomas Bowlton 
Dec. 7 Mary dau. of William Marshall 

12 John s. of Thomas Wingods 

13 An Infant of Simond Hinch 

24 Mary dau. of Jolm Mowsley 

28 Jane dau. of James Legg 

29 Elizabeth w. of M^ William Terret 
Jan. 8 Hester dau. of Henry Mayne 

20 Elizabeth of Widow Betts 
29 A Child of Thomas Randall's 

Feb. 4 Mawris Loyde 

8 Thomas Underwood 

15 A Childe of Thomas Northcot's 

16 Christopher Elee 

21 A Childe of John Walfords 
Mar. 3 William Graves, Imbrotherer 

4 George Nodes 



44 REGISTERS OE ST. BENe't, PAUL*S WHA.RE. 

1655 

Mar. 6 Widow Andrews, Almeswoman 

9 Martha dau. of Mathew Bowlton 

12 Joyce Smith, widow 

1656. 

Mar. 29 Eose w. of Eichard Maynestone 

April 1 EobertWeb 

15 An infant of Samuell Wyat's 

20 John Carvin, printer 

23 James s. of James Marrett 

May 1 [blank'] Hunsdon, waterbearer 

4 Pennington s. of Pennington Fitch 

6 Aylice Leaver 

7 Mary dau. of Samuell Booker 

13 Jane dau. of William Brodewater 
13 Josias s. of Josias Davis 

21 John s. of Eichard Pilley 
23 Mary Duncke 

June 6 William s. of William Ellis 

6 Anne w. of Eobert Teartou 

7 Eobert s. of John Pollard 

17 Izabella Mariah dau. of Doc: Prejuan 

17 A childe of [blankl Benits 
20 A childe of William Martin's 

26 The wife of William Poster 

28 Eichard s. of Eichard Adams 

29 A childe of Thomas Clifton's 

30 Sarah dau. of John Hatch 

July 3 Christopher Marsh of Benits Castle 

8 Anne dau. of John Scott 

10 A Childe of Eichard Smith's 

10 Eichard Wy, dyer 

13 A Childe of William Hadfeild's 

13 William Chisell from M'' Browues 

16 A Childe of John Benall's 

27 Anne dau. of Thomas Wright 

31 Joshua s. of Thomas Saresonne 
Aug. 6 John s. of Thomas Grough 

8 Water Knatt, shooemaker 

8 A Childe of Emanewell Billings 

11 A still borne Childe of John Moesley 

14 The wife of Thomas Johnson 

18 William Butcher 

25 A Childe of John Prices 

Sept. 2 Samuell s. of John Thelwell 

6 Elizabeth dau. of John Best 
30 Edmond Lesle, Esquier 

Oct. 11 Mary Gilbart 

27 Anne Eeild 

Nov. 3 An Infant of Dockter Hewits 

3 The wife of George Arme 

7 Susanna dau. of Eoger Tuck 

10 Anne dau. of Widow Eobinsonne 

17 A Childe of William Eowler's 

18 A Childe of Eichard Adams 

25 Dockter Paske of the Commana 



BURIALS. 45 



1656 

Dec. 1 Frances Bowden 

3 John s. of John Coelman 

10 Susanna w. of Thomas Bond 

11 Thomas Harris from M^" Dawsons 

13 Widow Smith 

24 A Childe of Thomas Keenes 

24 John Dallison, Prockter 

29 John Owttrum 

31 Mary w. of Richard Smith, stonecutter 

Jan. 7 Thomas Maxey, Printer 

14 Christopher Cole 

16 Ralph Atwood 

24 Phillip s. of Nicholas Hunt 

26 John Brunce 

Feb. 5 Mary w. of Richard Lyon 

9 Nathaniell Allen, Vintner 

13 Steiven s. of Samuell Robinson 

26 Roger Tuck, wheler 

27 G-eorge Nichols 

28 A Childe of Edward Summers 
Mar. 10 Susanna dau. of Pennington Fitch 

11 A Childe of William Clark's 

17 William Dawson, cook 

19 Hanah dau. of Edward Summers 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Docter Trigg 
23 A Childe of Ralph Bransbe 

1657. 

Mar. 28 James Meakins 

30 A Childe of John Thelwel's 
April 9 Edward s. of Edward Barnes 

12 John Brooke, Captin 
May 1 The wife of Ould Binne 

9 Edmoad Langley 

23 The dau. of Richard Fensham 

26 Edey dau. of William Ellis 
28 A cry some of Ambras Wright 

June 1 Isabell Howde 

10 John Dande, waterman 

13 Widow Brodewater 

23 Jane w. of Thomas Barwell 
July 6 Widow Simpson, Almeswoman 

10 Richard Tilley 

14 A childe of M'' Trytes 

19 John s. of John Haysell 

20 A Childe of Thomas Smith's 
22 John s. of John Winn 

22 John s. of Samuell Wilde 
25 Mary dau. of James Peder 
25 Mary dau. of Tobias Box 

27 Nicholas s. of John Wigington 
30 Ralph Bowles, wine cooper 

Aug. 1 Jane Prossall, widow 

8 Thee wife of Richard Fitch 

9 A Childe of John Hatches 

10 Dockter Sheafe 



46 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARS'. 

1657 

Aug. 11 Elizabeth dau. of John "Worley 

Sept. 1 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Had win •'.' 

4 A Childe of Salvator Winters 

13 Elizabeth Williams 

27 A Childe of William Watkin's 

28 A still borne Childe of Greorge Clarks 
Oct. 9 A Childe of Daniell Halses 

14 Sarah w. of Greorge Arrosmith 

15 John Deakins, clothworker 

16 A Childe of Jervis Nightingayles 
Nov. 6 James s. of Thomas Gough 

12 The dau. of Eobert Clarks 

17 Charles Runlett 

29 The w. of Eobert Harris 

30 William Emerson 
Dec. 5 Thomas Marsh 

9 Widow Emerson 

10 Mary dau. of Marmaducke Bote 

19 The wife of Joseph Ay dee 

25 A Childe of Jervis Nightingayles 

25 A childe of Osmond Hutchinsons 

26 Eichard Owton 

Jan. 1 John Benall, waterman 

2 Ealph Atwood 

11 William Priscott 

17 Edward MuUinax 

18 Abraham Statham 

Feb. 8 A childe of Thomas Wrights 

11 John Wigiugton, draiper 

11 Thomas Coomings 

11 A Childe of Edward Lynes 

12 Anne Lewis 

20 Eichard s. of Eichard Cliffard 

28 William s. of \hlank'] Clottworthy 
Mar. 1 Sarah dau. of William Meuday 

6 William s. of John Worley 

8 William Lee, bookseller 

8 Ellin Deane 

16 Charles s. of Charles Pinckney 

1658. 

Mar. 25 Greorge s. of Charles Pinckney 

29 Eichard Evanes from the Castle 

31 Alice Lee 

April 5 A Childe of Symond Hindi 

6 A Childe of James Marret's 

6 A Childe of Thomas Boond 

7 A Childe of Jolin Price 

24 Anne dau. of Heury Boesman 

25 Hatfeild s. of Widow Webb 

26 A Cliilde of Widdow Nickholes 
29 Mary dau. of Thomas Underbill 
29 Edward Lyne, tayler 

29 John 8. of John Scott 

May 1 Elizabeth Leeader 

3 Elizabeth w. of Eichard Smith 



BURIALS. 47 



1658 

May 3 Widow Bowin 

4 Susanna Cloke 

4 A still borne ctilde of Dockter Triggs 

5 The wife of Edward Lyne 

8 Frances w. of George Beard 

13 A child of Thomas Price 

14 Elizabeth Miller 

21 Eichard s. of Penington Fitch 
29 The wife of Nicholas Chartt 

June 4 Barnard s. of Jane Price 

11 Susanna dau. of Millicent Colquitt 
24 Edward s. of Charles Pmckney 

24 Thomas s. of John Harding 

29 John xlscough, groser 
July 2 A Childe of James Bayleys 

6 A Childe of Eichard Eowles 

12 David Morris 

30 Hugh Floyde 

Aug. 2 William, a sarvant of M' Dimocks, drowned 

14 Eobart Holmes, Imbrotherer 

17 A child of Tobyus Box 

25 Frances dau. of Rice AYilliams 

26 Francis Tucker, Minister 

29 Widow Robinson 

Sept. 2 A crisome of William Ellis 

24 Joseph Sanderson 
26 Frances Huntt 

Oct. 2 Henry s. of Henry Price 

11 Phillip Huntt, a parish child 

13 Mary dau. of Samuell Booker 
19 William Haward 

Nov. 1 William s. of John Walford 

30 Anne dau. of Thomas Jacksonne 
30 Robert Collett 

Dec. 7 John Smith, clothworker 

16 Richard Smith, tayler 

19 Dorethv Dodd, widow 

23 Whitlock Bull 

25 A still borne Child of Thomas Teartou 
Jan. 11 Elizabeth dau. of John Davis 

12 An Infant of Joseph Nightiugailes 

17 A Child of Thomas Bull 

22 A Child of Richard Skivingtons 
Feb. 15 Thomas Randall 

Mar. 3 A Crisom of Ozmond Hutchinson 

1659. 

April 6 Thomas s. of Thomas Parker 

21 John s. of William Dimock 

21 A Child of John Scotts 

24 Widow Statham 
May 3 Joseph Cutton 

* 11 Richard s. of Richard Hodgkinson 

14 John Mackmath 

17 George s. of John Price 

20 Benjemen Johnson 



48 REGISTEUS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1659 

May 23 The wife o£ Dockter Sheafe 

23 Tte Mafe of Edward Hudson 
25 Sarah dau. of Thomas Taler 

25 The wife of William Fowler 

27 Marmaduke s. of Marmaduke Bote 
29 A Child of John Crockfords 

June 1 M'"^ Thomas Ashtons sister 

2 Frances Cotton 

7 Judah Colyer 

26 John s. of John Standbridg 
July 1 Martha w. of Thomas Johnson 

4 A nurs child from James Bayley 
10 Elizabeth dau. of Francis Marshall 

12 Elizabeth dau. of David Maxwell 

13 Mary dau. of Isabell Atwood 

14 The s. of William Bowman 
Aug. 15 Marke s. of Marke Carter 

21 Two twines of Thomas Sparowes 
25 Eebeckah dau. of John Froude 
31 Thomas s. of Thomas Prittey 

Sept. 1 Elizabeth dau. of John Ascough 

14 A still borne child of Dockter Triggs 
20 William Demock, a tayler 

25 John, M'' William Tirret's man 

25 Mary dau. of Mathew Bavle 

26 Phillip Willis 

Oct. 1 A Child of M'' Colquits 

2 Sarah dau. of John Grrinnough 

3 A Child of Ml- Paule Knells 

5 Eichard Lyon 

7 A child of Thomas Prices 

15 John Walford 

18 A Child of M'' Duckets 

28 M''^ P'sons from M^s Webb's 

29 A Child of James Legges 
Nov. 9 Elizabeth Filewood, widow 

' 19 John s. of Henry Burne 

29 Anne dau. of William Ellis 
Dec. 15 A Child of Symond Parkins 

22 A Child of Eichard ClifEards 

24 A Child of John Coepmans 
31 Symond Malberry 

Jan. 10 Elizabeth Cane 

19 M"" Eobert Smith, marchant 

30 Joseph, M"^ Booker's man 
Feb. 5 Mary dau. of John Froude 

7 Arther Oade 

8 M'-« Mary Clarke, widow 

12 Katheran Smith from Distafe Lane 

20 W^ Mary Bish 

Mar. 19 William Benfeild, Imbroderer 

19 A child of Thomas Wingaits 

24 A child of Eichard Pileocks 

1660. 

Mar. 31 A child of Arther Knowles 

31 Francis s. of Francis Leach 



BURIALS. 49 

1660 

April 5 A child Peter Kents 

10 Thomas TJnderhill 

30 Elizabeth w. of Phillip Sawell 
May 2 Anne w. of Richard Smith 

8 Mathew Jerson 
14 Ellin Dawson 

25 Peter s. of William Eogers 

26 M-" William Webb, mewzishan 
28 The wife of Thomas Paige 

28 William Godfrey 

31 Elizabeth Clifford 
June 1 Tobyas Darkin 

1 John Davis his child 

2 M'" John Winn, dyer 

4 An infant of John Prittys 

4 Elizabeth Child 

5 Edward Abott, Imbrotherer 

7 Isabell w. of David Thomas 

11 Elizabeth w. of Thomas Kirksonn 

12 The wife of James Marrott 
14 The wife of Richard Parker 

16 A still borne Child of Tobyus Box 

22 John Sale, widow [sic] 

July 5 Thomas Bowltons child 

5 John Mendays child 

9 John Fronds dan. 

16 Martha dau. of Thomas Byuum 
30 John Blands child 

Aug. 8 Barthollemu s. of Barthollemu Marsh 

8 The wife of Thomas Rogers 
19 Ambrus s. of Peter Ward 
22 Andrew s. of Peter Lillicraft 
24 Robert Sipins, Imbrotherer 

24 James Bayle, carman 

Sept. 6 Richard s. of M^' John Winne 

11 A child of William Foster's 

17 A pish. Child from nurse 

25 Robert East, waterman 

Oct. 1 Elizabeth dau. of Henry Pirrey 

3 M'^ Democks sister 

11 Elizabeth dau. of M'*' Demock 

11 M'- William Clarke 

17 M"" Sellers maidne servant 

18 Childs wife the translator 

26 M''s Unyon from M'' Thomsons 

27 Thomas Rawlins, tayler 
Nov. 1 A child of goodman Youngs 

27 William Hicks his child 

29 Elizabeth w. of John Soules 
Dec. 4 Goodman Youngs nurs child 

12 Martha dau. of James Moxon 
26 A Child of Henry Steivens 

28 A Child of Goodman Barloes 
Jan. 1 John Wildgoose, porter 

6 M" Chreswell, widow 

8 A Child of Henry Binghams 

17 M'' Unyoii from M'' Thomsons 

VOL. IV. H 



50 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1660 

Jan. 26 A Child of William Edwards 

30 A Child of Thomas Wingods 

Yeh. 3 John Jacksons wife 

7 A Child of goodman Carters 
12 William Finch, Imbrotherer 
14 Barnard Dune his child 

20 William South, bricklayer 

21 A Child of Mary Johnsons 
Mar, 5 A Child of Josias Davis 

10 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Parker 

12 Widow Bayleys child 

19 Nathaniell s. of Woolstone Towe 

19 John Davis his child 

1661. 

Mar. 27 Mary dau. of George Bond 

April 9 A child of John Bookers 

21 John & Richard sons of John Goodall 
May 3 Mayry Broodeway 

6 Margret dau. of Emanuell Watson 

16 William s. of George Bond 
18 John Howson, tayler 

20 A Child of Eichard Lewis 
27 Edwards child, drowned 

June 2 M'' Laynes man, playsterer 

4 Thomas Tillcocks childe 

4 Thomas Coffsonns Child 

17 Mary w. of Thomas Thomsonn 
23 John s. of John Copeman 

July 1 The wife of John Greenaway 

8 Henry Bingharas child 

22 A Child from M^' Natts 

23 A Child of Goodman Ayckers 

24 Elizabeth dau. of George Clocks 
Aug. 15 S'- William Neeve, King of Harolds* 

22 Anthony Bradshow 

- 27 Robert Carter, dyer 

Sept. 1 M»" Edward Sommers his child 

4 William Martin, waterman 

7 Francis Poolls wife 

9 A bastard child of Mabell Mackerells 

13 A child of Mattat Harrison's 
13 A child of John Scotts 

16 A child of M'' James Duglas 

21 The wife of John Crockfords 

25 A dau. of Francis Serjant 
Oct. 3 Joanna Winfeild 

Nov. 1 A child of Ralph Bransbeys 

5 Margret dau. of William Loyd 
5 The wife of Mattat Harrison 

11 Daniell s. of John Price 
Dec. 3 Mattat Harrison, tayler 

4 A Child of M^ Parkers 

13 George s. of George Clarke 

Jan. 3 A Maydne servant of Esquier Garots 

30 A Childe of M-" Loydes 

* Clarenceux. — En. 



1661 


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28 


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2 




3 




13 




24 


Mar. 


30 


April 


. 2 




3 




4 




9 




23 




24 




26 




27 


May- 


15 
24 




25 


June 15 




15 




18 


July 


11 
11 




12 




30 


Aug. 


1 




1 




26 




30 


Sept. 


7 
17 


Oct. 


14 


Nov. 


3 




9 




14 




22 




22 


Dec. 


10 




14 




19 




31 


Jan. 


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7 




9 


Peb. 


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7 




18 




22 


Mar. 


14 



BURIALS. 51 

A maidne sarvant of M^" Pinckney's 
William Laine, plaisterer 
Thomas Price, waterman 
A child of M' Mundayes 
M'" Arnolds maydne sarvant 
A Crizome of the Comb makers 

1662. 

A child of M"^ John Goodayles 

Edward s. of John Gribons 

Humphery Powell 

A grandchilde of M'" Cotterel's 

Henry Boesman 

"William s. of Greorge Shirwood 

M^" Owtton, Prockter 

Mathew Swannell 

M'' Edward Summers, churchwarden 

The wife of John Marshall 

Mary Selloes from Hundsson house 

John s. of John Davis 

Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Wright 

Katheran dau. of M'" Zakere Baggs 

Susanna Clarke 

Sarah dau. of John Hatch 

Susanna dau. of George Clarke 

A nursechild from John Goodayle 

Lucke s. of Marke Cartar 

Eraucis servant of M^' David Maxwell 

Mary dau. of Osmund Hutchinson 

Bartholamew s. of Bartholamew Kedar 

Jaine Ireland, servant to M^' William Drinckwater 

John s. of William Cartwright 

Thomas s. of Thomas Wright 

M'^ Sarah Shefe, brought from Ham and layd in the quire nere 

M'' Smith's monewment 
Anna Davis, widdow 

Francis Gargrave, a nurse child out of M'' Phillips house 
Elizabeth Powel, widdow 
Mary dau. of Edward & Mary Richmond 
Thomas Kease, servant of Squire Dugdale 
Charles s. of John Staff erton 
Elizabeth w. of Eichard Smith, hurried under the pewes one the north 

side of tiie middle He of the church 
Thomas s. of Penington Fitzs 
Heugh s. of Heugh Miller 
A Child of Widdow Eilyes 
George Francis, buried in the middle lyle of the church before the 

churchwardens pew 
Widdow Powell from M""^ Bozemans 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Eector 
A child of John Mosses 
A child of M' Scots, ould change 
Katherine Courtne, sister to M''^ Lewis 
Richard Smith, mason 
M'^ Clemmas w. of M'' Clemmans, Proctor, under the womens pewes one 

the north side of the middle lyle 



52 UEGiSTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAULAS WHARF. 

16G2 

Mar. 16 Jarvis Gough, painter stayner, under the womens pewes in the South lyle 

17 Jaine Parnell, peucioner 

19 Dorathy dau. of William Rogers 

1663. 

April 4 John Freeman, dyer, in the South He 

9 Jaine dau. of M'" Richard Lewis 

13 William s. of William Rooads 

22 M" Mary Tucker, widdow, from M"" Rattleises house, under the mens 

pewes in the South lyle 

May 5 M"" Peeter Thomlinson, in the quire 

7 Ml' Nixs child 

13 M'' Boockers child 

15 Mary dau. of William Ellise 

17 Thomas s. of Thomas Mabb 

17 Groodwife Carleton 

June 9 A still borne child of Thomas Bagly 

9 Honnour Wise, widdow 

11 A child of Thomas Amos 

15 M'^ Elizabeth Gough, widdow, in the quire nere M'" Smiths monewment 

17 A child of M'' John Harris 

21 Widdow Gilbert 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Rector 

23 John Whittikar, waterman 

July 1 A still borne child of M"^ Browns from M'' Triggs 

3 Elizabeth dau. of M"" Pawle Knell, minister 

8 Mary dau. of M'' Erancis Sanfoord, Harrold, att the east end of the 

south He 

21 Nathaniell Jackson, servant unto M"^^ Summers 

22 Mary dau. of Simon Perkins 

Aug. 2 Deborah dau. of Edward Marckham, broitherer 

8 Francis s. of M' B'raucis Sanfoord, Hearold, in the east end of the 
south He of the quire 

10 A still borne child of Leonard Thrifts 

, 19 Annah w. of William Broadwater 

20 William s. of William Loyd 
25 Mary dau. of Thomas Wingate 

Sept. 5 Margaret dau. of M>' James Leggine, minister, under the loest of the 
mens Pewes in the south lyle 

8 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Sparrow 

10 John s. of John Beaue 

12 John s. of Richard Parker 

12 Widdow Com ins, Pencioner 

13 A still borne child of [rest cut away~\ 
Oct. 16 Thomas s. of John Kauffman 

19 John Eroud 

30 A Crissom of M^' Wattkius 

Nov, 1 A Child of William Foulers 

6 A Child of Clemont Binnies 

7 William s. of John Dennis 

11 Mary Ellis 
15 William Ellis 

Dec. 1 Elizabeth Marshall 

13 Frances dau. of Peeter Wade 

20 Widdow Dindsdell 

21 M" Mary Holmes, widdow, in the Middle lyle 



Burials. 53 

1663 

Dec. 22 Edward s. o£ M^' John Winckfeild, under the peues in the quire nere 
M'" Samson's Monewment 

23 John Hatch 

Jan. 3 John Ellis 

3 William Boman, great bell 

5 Steven s. of John Pomfreet 

6 Charles s. of John Mosse 

7 Thomas Prittell, a servant of M"^ George Piuckney 
17 Widdow Lambert, one of the six almes women 

27 Francis Lee 

28 Ann Morris, widow 
Feb. 2 Jaine Webb 

9 M'" Richard Lewis, great bell 

10 John s. of M-- Paule Knell 

23 Richard Grriggs, bearer 

24 Thomas Langley 

Mar. 1 Mary dau. of M^' Prancis Mondey, Proctor, in the middle lyle under 
Squire Norgats stone 

2 A child of Robert Akers 

3 M'^ John Burr, att the lower end of the middle lyle by the church- 

wardens door 

6 Edward Worly, servant to M'' Barnes 

13 Mary w. of M^' Joseph Hickes, att uper end of the south lyle on the 

north side att the pue dore 

24 Samuell s. of John Webb 

1664. 

April 3 Elizabeth w. of M^" John Wylde, close to y^ north wall und"^ Iguat : 
Jones Mouum*^ 

7 Margarett Pipps 

10 Mary dau. of Samuel Booker 

19 M^' Wright Sheaf from Ham, w"'in the altar rayles closs to y*^ south peu 

11 A child of William Posters 
24 Marcellus s. of Henry Stone 

May 7 Abraham s. of Jeremy Taylor 

8 Robert s. of John Harris 

18 M''* Anne Hereford, in y^ middle Isle under y^ north side of Esq'' Nor- 

gates stone 
31 Daniel Pybus, in y*^ ch : y® south Isle 
31 Margaret w. of Sam: Toman, in y" north Isle a coffins length fro y^ 

step on y*^ south side of the Isle 
June 4 Alice w. of George Sherwood, att the foote of M''^ Tomans grave 

9 Thomas Stiffe, closse to y*^ south wall und'' M'" Sampsons monument 

16 Margaret Locksmith 

20 John Mosse 

22 Ann Preman 

23 Elizabeth Dunce 

29 Richard Parker 

30 Elizabeth Booker 
30 Thomas Richardson 

July 13 George Markham 

17 Elizabeth Poud 

24 Prancis Poole 
24 Richard Binney 



(Signed) Peter Lane, Rect"^ 

George Pinckney 1 n^^ x^ Wardens 
Will. Pisher ^ ^nuren w araens 



5ii REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1664 

July 25 Ann Anguish 

26 John Bingham 
29 Jonathan Bonvile 

Aug. 10 Valentine Clarke 

15 Dorothy Dunce 

23 Thomas Lloyd 

29 James Beane 
Sept. 19 Mathias Terrey 

30 Nicholas Oakes 
Oct. 3 John Crumpton 

9 Humphrey Akers 

23 Judith Bayly 

Nov. 1 Thomas Basford 

4 Elizabeth Hereford, near hir sister 
8 Nathaniel Bynam 

14 Mary dau. of John & Mary Clarke 

29 Elizabeth w. of Peter Waad 

Dec. 8 Thomas s. of .John Scot fr5 y^ old change 

11 Richard Andrews, in y^ south syde of the south Isle just above y" stepp 

13 James Pinckney, in y"^ vault 

21 John Bridgman 

22 Frances Gibon 

27 John Cuddon 

28 William Sharpe 
Jan. 1 Thomas Croome 

5 Mary Smaldrige 

8 Ehzabeth Jones 

9 Alice Robinson 
10 Elizabeth Hill 

17 Elizabeth EatlifEe, within the dore of the Ladyes pew 

18 William Cartwright 

19 Elizabeth LLoyd 

26 A female child found dead 

31 Margaret Asterly 
Feb. 5 John ftibbs, in y*^ vault 

6 Sarah Ireson 

' 6 Phi His Knight 



Peteb Lane, Rect^' 

George Pinckney 1 ni i ^tt j 

Will. Fisher "^ } Church Wardens 



Feb. 15 Elizabeth Valentine fro Lambeth 

2L John Capell 

28 Henry Hunt 

Mar. 1 George Beard 

5 Margaret Race 
8 Henry Jones 

14 Ann JFeusham 

1665. 

Mar. 25 Rebecca Barker 

April 17 Hellenor Leppard 

24 William Cotton 

May 16 Ursula & Isabel, infant twins of Charles and Ursula Pinckney, in y^ Vault 

June 2 Mary Nicols 

6 William Waller 

8 Edward Stapletou 



-J.^ J-., 

> Church Wardens 



BURIALS. 56 

1665 

June 9 Mary Akers 

13 Edward Motterslied, closse to j^ west piller of y^ south arch of y« quire 

13 Elenor Nicols 

14 Elizabeth Emerton 

15 Mary Marten 

16 Elizabeth Marten 

17 Joane w. of Eobert Archer 

18 John Drackford 
21 Mercy Stapleton 
27 John Pomfret 

29 Sarah Teo, an infant, in y^ Lady's pew 

July 1 ]\Iary Prittie 

2 Christopher Winter 

3 John Legg 

4 Elizabeth Taylor 

5 Thomas Watkins 

5 Greorge Watkins 

6 Jane Whitakers 

10 John Smaldridge, sent to y*^ churchyard at Bedlam 

May 21 Elizabeth White, a stranger, n. c* 

June 3 Ann Ledwell, n. c. 

5 Elizabeth Stapleton, n. c. 

9 Elizabeth Griffin, n. c. 

10 John Foster, n. c. 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Rect^' 
W™ Fisher " 
Alex. Dyer 

July 11 John Beunet, a prish child 

13 John Higdeii 

14 Sarah White, New chu. Tard 

15 Thomas Prittie, New chu. Yard 
15 Jane Legg, a child still borne 
17 Joane Watkin 

17 Mary Prittie 

18 John Palmer 

19 Richard Prittie 

19 William Mason, new ch. yard 

20 Thomas Johnson, n. ch. yard 

21 John Vincent, n. ch. yard 
21 Rebecca w. of Thomas Bond 

23 Margaret Baylie 

24 John Randall 
24 Richard Smith 

24 Maria Mariana Morton 

25 John Wise, n. ch. yard 

26 Sarah Fowler, n. ch. yard 

26 A still borne dau. of Haiia Andrews 

27 Jane Prittie, n. ch. yard 

28 Hanna Andrewes, n. ch. yard 

29 Edward Mason, n. ch. yard 
Aug. 1 John Coffman, n. ch. yard 

2 Jane w. of Hannibal Dawson fro S* Andrews, Holburne 

3 Amy Oldfeild, in y*^ lower end of y'= north side in y*^ middle Isle 
5 Susan Lucore, n. ch. yard 
5 Joseph s. of Samuel Booker 

* Presumably for " new churchyard." — Ed. 



56 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF 

1665 

Aug. 7 Johu Capel], n. c. yard 

7 Brian Ramsey, n. c. yard 

7 Elizabeth Sparrow, n. c. yard 

7 Jane Bourne 

8 Cassia Huffeild, n. e. yard 
8 Elizabeth Wise, n. c. yard 

10 Christian Mathewes 

10 Mary Andrewes, n. c. yard 

10 Hanna Andrewes, n. e. yard 

11 Margaret Worden 

12 Ann Hone 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Eect»- 
W"i Fisher 1 
Alex. Dyer / Church Wardens 

Aug. 12 John Beane, n. c. yard 

12 Samuel Beane, n. e. yard 

12 Elizabeth Browne, n. c. yard 

13 Adrian Nix 

13 Mary Eichards, n. c. yard 

14 Anna Deane, n. e. yard 

15 William Browne, n. c. yard 

16 William Stapleton, n. c. yard 

16 William Leppard, n. c. yard 

17 Elenor Leppard, n. c. yard 
17 Susaiia Lycore, n. c. yard 
17 Jane Parker, n. c. yard 

17 Katherine Keder, n. e. yard 

18 Henry Bolton, n. c. yard 
18 John Lycore, n. c. yard 

20 Elizabeth Burbage, almswoman 

20 Eebecca Baylie 

21 Cisley Burroughs 
21 John Baylie 

21 Dorothy Sidley, n. c. yard 

21 Elizabeth Sidley, n. c. yard 

21 Christopher Francis, n. c. yard 

22 Elizabeth Vincent, n. c. yard 

22 Margaret Floyd, n. c. yard 

23 Alice Drinkewater, n. c. yard 
23 Elizabeth Knight, n. c. yard 

23 Ann Winter, n. c. yard " 

24 Thomas Browne, n. c. yard 
24 Sarah Bacchus, n. c. yard 
24 Simon Fisher, n. c. yard 

24 Mary Tomlinson, inj'' south quire 

25 Francis Campion, in y« s. He of y" quire 
25 Eichard Wise, n. c. yard 

25 Ellenor Drinckwater, n. c. yard 

25 Mary Drinckwater, n. c. yard 

25 William Andrewes, n. c. yard 

25 Jane Whitwood 

25 Ann Cheltenham 

26 Daniel Browne, n. c. yard 
26 Jarvis Drinkwater, n. c. yard 
26 John Foster, n. c. yard 

26 Eoger Gardiner 



BURIALS. 57 

1665 
Aug. 26 Mary Chalke, n. c. yard 
26 James Champe, n. c. yard 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Eecf 
W"' Fisher " 



• 1 T^ > Church Wardens 
Alex. Dyer j 



Aug. 26 John Watkins, n. e. yard 

27 Ann Gibbons, n. c. yard 

27 Elizabeth Lugget, n. c. yard 

28 John Richardson, n. c. yard 

28 Elizabeth Hutchinson, n. c. yard 

28 Richard Cliffe, n. c. yard 

28 Ann Bro%yne, n. c. yard 

28 John King 

28 Ann Lewis 

28 Edward Oakes, upon M'' Campian 

29 Martha Stevens, on y^ North syde of him 
29 Peter Travere 

29 Eobert Thomlinson 

29 William Browne, n. c. yard 

29 Eebecca Osborne, n. c. yard 

29 Ann Sparrow, n. c. yard 

29 Sarah Parker, n. c. yard 

29 Sarah Champe, n, c. yard 

29 William Wright, at the Font dore 

29 Thomas Huffeild, n. c. yard 

30 John Price, n. c. yard 

30 John Stockton, n. c. yard 

30 James Parker, n. c. yard 

30 Mai'y Grrimsdale, n. c. yard 

30 Elizabeth Langley, n. c. yard 

30 Margery Langley, n. c. yard 

30 William Plimley, n. c. yard 

30 Mary Folser 

31 Elizabeth Thome, n. c. yard 
31 John Hooper, n. c. yard 

31 Richard Parker, n. c. yard 

Sept. 1 Alexander Charlton, n. c. yard 

1 William Rogers, n. c. yard 

1 William Lane, u. c. yard 

1 Elizabeth Pym, n. c. yard 

1 Robert Jones, n. c. yard 

1 John Hart, n. c. yard 

2 Ann Rogers, n. c. yard 

2 Mary Laugden, n. c. yard 

2 Mary Huester, u. c. yard 

3 Fortunatus Norman, n. c. yard 

3 Elizabeth Parker, n. c. yard 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Rect^' 

Ailx^Dyer } ^^'^'^^ Wardens 

Sept. 3 Margaret Bonvile 

4 Lidya Gibbons, n. c. yard 
4 Elizabeth Price, n. c. yard 
4 Mary Lawrell, n. c. yard 
4 Peter Folser 

4 William Cartwright 

5 Hanna Love, n. c. yard 

TOL. IV. I 



58 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1665 

Sept. 5 Edward Worthen 

5 EKzabeth Ashe, at y^ first pewdore next y^ south dore 

5 Layton Weldon 

6 George Knight 

6 Thomas Corbett, n. c. yard 

7 John Browne, n. c. yard 
7 Mary Waller, n. c. yard 

7 Margaret Mouldsworth, n. c. yard 

7 John Dilkes 

7 Isaac Ashe, on y® south syde o£ M^" Campion 

8 Jane Ashe his wife, in y^ same grave 

8 James Capell, n. c. yard 

9 William Sparkes, n. c. yard 

9 Mary Summers, a child, in y® middle of s. He 

9 John Eaworth, in y^ upper weomens pew in the south He 

9 Joane Roberts, in M'' Wright's grave 

9 Osmond Hutchinson, n. c. yard 

10 Sarah Watkins, n. c. yard 

10 Margaret Egleston 

10 Mary Evans 

11 Sarah Bolton, n. c. yard 
11 John Eogers, n. c. yard 
11 William Eogers, n. c. yard 
11 Elizabeth Stone, n. c. yard 
11 Frances Dymmocke 

11 John Thomas 

11 Dorcas Thrift 

11 Mary Lewis 

11 Sarah Tucke 

11 John Stevens, by his sister Martha 

11 Elizabeth Bynon, n. c. yard 

12 Susan Button, n. c. yard 

12 Joyce Clynt, in y^ South He 

12 Joane Poole 

12 Edward Hone 

13 Ephraim Prosser, n. c. yard 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Eecf 

Air/r)yer } ^^^^^^ Wardens 

13 Mary Markham 

13 Edward Evans 

13 Alice Dryver 

13 Elizabeth Clarke 

13 Elizabeth Taylor 

13 John Bridghouse 

13 Eebecca Hone 

14 William Binny, n. c. yard 
14 John Price, n. c. yard 

14 Elizabeth Price, n. c. yard 

14 William Grimsdale, n. c. yard 

14 Prances Hollinshed, n. c. yard 

14 Elizabeth Thrift 

15 Jane Mottershed, by hir husband 
15 Catherine Yaughan 

15 John Hatch, n. c. yard 

16 Eobert Egleston 

16 Daniel Halsey, father 



1665 

Sept. 16 Daniel Halsey, son 

16 Eichard Billing 

16 James Hatcli, n. e. yard 

16 Jane Allcocke, n. c. yard 

16 Judith Carter, n. c. yard 

16 "William Eoads, n. c. yard 

17 Jolm Gold, upon Tho : Stiffe 

17 John Bladwell, n. c. yard 

18 Oliver Browne, at y® pew dore under M' Parrs moniment 
18 Eichard Browne, in the same grave 

18 Jane Thelwell 

18 Cizeley Blackbourne, n. c. yard 

19 Catherine Arnold, in y« long Ally 
19 Elizabeth Billing, al* 

19 Ann Holladine Billing, al. 

19 Ann Nix, al. 

19 Lioaell Laneere, al. 

19 Mary Bennett, al. 

19 Judith Eoades, al. 

19 Jane Pollard, n. c. 

20 John Dainly, n. c. 

20 John Sanders 

21 Jane Smith, uud'" y« so. arch in y^ quire 
21 Margaret Sanders, al. 



21 Jeremy Taylor, al. 
21 Eichard Lewis, al. 



21 Eichard Stevens, al. 

21 Eoger Toogood, al. 

21 "William Scarborough, n. c. 

21 Ann Scarborough, n. c. 

22 Nicholas Tucke, al. 
22 Job Bolton, al. 

22 John Stone, n. c. 

22 Elizabeth "Waite, n. c. 

23 Nathaniel Lukins, in y* Ladyes pew 
23 G-eorge Clarke, al. 

23 Henry Davis, al. 

23 Martha Dymmocke, al. 

23 Eobert Poole, al. 

25 Jane Taylor, al. 

25 Alice Bourne, al. 

25 Elizabeth Thelwell, al. 

27 Mary Bourne, al. 

28 Jonathan Maxye, und'' M'" Nevets monim' 
28 John Betts, al. 

28 John Taylor, al. 

29 John Jackson, n. c. 

29 An unbapt: dau: o£ John Byfeild, n. c. 

29 John Price, al. 

29 Mary Gibbons, al. 

30 Elizabeth "Waller, al. 

Oct. 1 Frances Dunn, at y« low"^ end of y^ South He 

* " Al." signifies the Alley.— Ed. 



(Signed) Petee Lane, Eect' 

W-^i^J^^^l Church Wardens 
Alex. Dyer J 



60 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUl's WHARF. 

1665 
Oct. 1 Elizabeth Swan, Al. 
1 Elizabeth Eoads, Al. 
1 Daniel Taylor, Al. 

1 Thomas Bynam, n. c. 

2 Ann Binny, n. c. 

3 Abraham Lisitt, n. c. 
3 Mary Eowles, Al. 

3 William Mason, Al. 

3 Anthony Izzard, Ch. 

3 Daniel Summers, Ch. 

4 Elizabeth Davis, Al. 

5 G-race Waade, Al. 

5 Elizabeth Smith, Al. 

5 Nathaniel Hawes, Al. 

5 Mary Billing, Al. 

5 Ellenor Blackborne, Al. 

5 Ann Edwards, n. c. 

5 Ann Binny, n. c. 

6 Elizabeth Huntersgroome, n. c. 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Eecf 

Alex^DyTr } ^^"^^^ Wardens 

In the margin of the page on which the last 45 entries are written is this 
note : " Note that n. c. signify y^ New church yard in y*^ feilds. Al. the paved 
alley betweene y^ church & yard." 

Oct. 7 Samuel Harris, ch. 

7 Jeremy Hicks, Al. 
7 Henry Lewis, Al. 

7 Clement Binny, n. c. 

8 Elizabeth Price, Al. 

8 Edward Sherrard, Al. 

8 Sarah Stone, n. c. 

9 James Hunt, Al. 
10 Eebecca Edlin, Al. 
12 Edmond Biggs, Al. 

12 William Bacchus, n. c. 

13 Elizabeth Taylor, Al. 
15 Sarah .Taylor, Al. 

15 Thomas Mabb, by y^ font dore 

15 Margaret Mabb, ibidem 

16 Joane Dawson 

16 Anthony Tucke, Al. 

16 Joseph Freeman, n. c. 

17 John Locksmith, n. c. 
19 Avery Edwards, Al. 

21 Urbane Eyre, Al. 

22 Ann Eatcliffe, upon Eliza: EatclifEe 

23 Eoger Toogood, n. c. 

24 Eichard Smith, n. c. 

28 Alice Sherrard, in y^ midle of y^ North He 

28 Sarah Church, in y'^ midle of y^ South He 

31 Catherine Trigg, n. c. 

Nov. 1 Edward Edwards, n. c. 

1 John Edwards, n. c. 

2 George Sherrard, in y^ inidle of y" north He 

3 Margaret Taylor 



BURIALS. 61 

1665 

Nov. 4 Margaret Sharpe 

6 Jolin Hill, n. c. 

8 Thomas Tapham, n. c. 

11 Eobert Chumley, n. c. 

13 Bridget Eley, n. c. 

15 Ann Bayly 

21 Thomas Ward, iii y^ upp. Pew und' y^ gallery 

29 Elizabeth Eichardson, at y^ Ministers pew dore in the Chancell 

Dec. 3 John Booker 

8 Martha Izzard 

11 Lettice Thelwell 

15 Elizabeth Swan, n. c. 

17 Jane Bolton, n. c. 



!> Church Wardens 



(Signed) Petee Lane, Eect 

"W"! Eisher 
Alex. Dyer 

Dec. 25 Jane Clarke, und"" y*' upp'' end of y^ gallery 

26 Edward Johnson 

Jan. 29 Martha "Whitgift, at y^ bottom of y« mid. He 

Feb. 5 Mary Eembran 

10 William Gray, in y* Vault 

10 Susan Barker 

26 Judith Eaworth, by hir husband, Sept. 9 

Mar. 1 Mathew Chereton, n. c. 

8 Dorothy Howes 

22 William Kedar 

1666. 

Mar. 28 Nicholas Chart 

April 9 William Sharpe, n. c. 

18 Mary Taylor 

26 Edyth Eoberts, in M''^ Eichardsous grave 

29 Gyles Johnson, n. c. 

May 1 Ann Morrice, n, c. 

10 Ealph Ashingtou, by Judith Eaworth 

12 John Clarke 

June 10 James Howes 

29 John Kawfman 

July 1 Elizabeth Colepitt 

4 Edward May 

Aug. 4 Eoger Barnet, on y^ south syde of Thomas Warde und*" y" gallery 

8 Thomas Lewis 

10 Eichard Fitzs 

11 Joseph Gilmau, in y'^ Chancell 
14 [blank] Parker 

19 Grabriel Ascough, in his fath''^ grave 
Nov. 2 Edward Terry 

Dec. 21 Easter Mosse 

24 William Simmons 

29 Eichard Simmons 

Jan. 13 Edward Markham 

Feb. 25 Joane Miller 

26 Elizabeth Wright, chur. 

1667. 

Mar. 81 William Hunt, chur. 

July 25 Elizabeth Jonea- 



62 

1667 
July 31 

Sept. 18 
Oct. 9 
Peb. 6 
Mar. 24 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



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9 

15 
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22 
9 
8 

22 

11 



REGISMRS of ST. BENE't, PAUL S WHARE. 

Hamball Dawson 
John Deane 
Margaret Smith 
Magdalen Price 
Prosper Wingate 

(Signed) Peteb Lane, Keef 

1668. 
Thomas Barnes 

Barbara Buckner, in the chancell 
John Nicks 
William Dilkes 

D'' John Exton, Judge of y* Admiralty, in the Chancell 
Samuel Booker 

Dorothy Grilman, in the chancel 

Elizabeth y^ 2"'' daughf of y*^ name of Elmore Whitgift, in the church 
S'' William Mericke, Judg of y* Prerogative, in y^ chan^^ 



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June 24 

80 

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5 

6 

20 

3 

23 

27 

3 

9 

21 

26 

16 

24 

27 

1 

1 



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Aug. 
Sept. 



Oct. 
Dec. 



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Feb. 
Mar. 



June 7 
15 
22 

July 14 

Aug. 6 
16 
18 
19 
21 

Sept. 2 
11 
24 

Nov. 9 

Dec. 6 
17 



1669. 

Elizabeth dan. of M"" James Hobland, in y^ church 

Aylmer s. of Aylmer Whitgift, in y^ church 

Elizabeth w. of Aylmer Whitgift, in y^ church 

Elizabeth dau. of William Biggs, in y^ church 

Mary dau. of Thomas Tayler 

Robert s. of William Allen 

Mary dau. of Erancis Moore 

Ann dau. of John Vandarame 

Eebecca dau. of Richard Simmons 

Elizabeth Deane 

Richard Roberts 

Jeremiah Sherah 

Mary Tilcocke 

Thomas Simmons 

Ann BluQt, in y^ church 

A crisom child of Joseph Clerks 

Edward Cooper 

Mary Hicks 

Elizabeth Leicester 

1670. 

Elizabeth Williams 

Elizabeth w. of M'' Marke Cottle, in y« chancell 

A crissom child of John Moore 

Susanna Willis 



A found child from Jo" Perry es 

Robert s. of Robert Offley, Esq'', in y^ church 

Elizabeth Thome 

John Luggate 

Elizabeth Davis 

John Thorne 

Sarah Parker 

William Allen 

Andrew Davies, at new c. yard 

John Perry 

Joseph Clarke 



(Signed) Petek Lane, Rect'" 



BURIALS. 63 

1670 

Jan. 9 Eichard Hayes 

12 Eobert Cottell, Proctor, in y* chan. 

29 Jolm Stanbridge 

Feb. 11 A stil born child of Thomas Bolton 

20 Susanna Sleighford 

Mar. 18 Lady Elizabeth Wiseman, in y^ Chancell 

1671. 

July 10 Trances Hellow, in y® ch. 

12 Ann More 

15 Abraham Waller, in y^ ch. 

29 Sarah Taylor, n. c. 

Aug. 3 Marthea Heady 

26 Anne Deane 

28 Susanna Mount, in y^ ch. 

Sept. 7 Daniel Purchas 

21 Thomas Biggs, in y'' ch. 
Oct. 12 Gabriel Ayscough, in y^ ch. 
Nov. 19 Isabell Askew, in y* ch. 

24 Mary Askew, in y^ ch. 

28 Susanna East 

29 Frances Murfeild, n. c. 

Dec. 29 Mary [blank], a poore stranger 

30 John Went 
Jan. 16 Mary Meakins 

18 Mary Allen 

Feb. 3 A crissom of M'' Joseph Clarke 

Mar. 16 Sarah Sleighford, in y* ch. 

17 Arthur Willis 

23 A chrissom of M'' Isaac Vivean, in y^ chanc. upon M"" Wright Sheafe 

1672. 

June 5 Thomas Davis, n. c. 

17 Susanna Clarke 
July 15 Barnett Eawlins 

18 Two abortive twins 
21 Thomas Hayman 

Aug. 4 Mary Dodd 

10 Mary Taylor 

24 Ann Browne 
Sept. 3 Jane Foskatt, ch. 

18 Mary Moren 

Oct. 30 An abortive child of John Barnes 

Nov. 13 Ann Duckmunton 

25 Mary Tunstall 
28 John Deacon 
28 Elizabeth Rawlins 
30 Elizabeth Ironmonger 

Dec. 6 John Clements, Proct"^, ch. 

14 George Alport 

Jan. 4 Peter Barret, Procf, ch. 

14 Edith Stevens 

18 Martha Stevens 

28 Sarah Toa, in y« ch. 



(Signed) Peter Lane, Eect"^ 



64 KEGISTEKS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1672 

Jan. 30 Jane Hand 

31 "William Dunn, in y^ ch. 

Feb. 12 Alice Ayscough, ch. 

13 Thomas Southwood, Eegisf in y^ Prerog., in y^ chancel 
Mar. 3 John Clarke, D»" of Laws, Chanc. 

1673. 

April 11 Mary White 

May 1 William Willingham 

17 A chrisom of M^ Clarkes 

24 Edward Wager 

June 10 Isabella mfe of Docf Thomas Exton, Chancell"" to the Bp. of Lond., in 
the chancel 

16 William Walker 

23 Phillip Moore 

25 Susan Wingot 

27 Jeremiah Cray ford 

28 Mary Day 
Aug. 30 Ann Perris 

Sept. 9 Ann Barker, in y^ church 

11 Mathew Tunstoll, in y^ church 

12 William Taylor 
30 Eebecca Jinaker 

Oct. 5 Elizabeth Mosse 

28 Mary Bolt 

Nov. 18 Eose Walter 

21 John s. of Thomas Clement, in y^ church 

28 Wolston Toe, in y^ church 

Dec. 25 Thomas Edwards 

Jan. 1 Everard s. of Everard Exton, a Proctor, in y^ chancel 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Eecf^ 

Jan. 28 John Eennold 

28 John Catton 

Feb. 1 John Sleighford 

27 Elizabeth Crane 

28 Mary Izzard, in y^ church 
Mar. 3 George Croome 

5 Thomas Large 

7 Mary Simmons 

8 Samuel Izzard, in y^ church 
12 Charles LLoyd, in the church 

1674. 

Mar. 25 Oliver Stapleton 

27 Charles May, in y« church 

April 23 Mary Hyde 

May 7 Joseph Floyd 

25 Ann Taylor 
June 4 Benjamin Todd 

14 John Boucher 

16 Thomas Whelham, in y^ church 

26 Benjamin Perry 

27 Elizabeth Bolton, in y^ church 
July 3 John Moody 



BURIALS. 65 

1674 

July 10 "William George 

30 Elizabeth Higgiuson, in y® church 

Aug. 27 Johu Crockett 

Sept. 18 Mathew Tunstoll 

25 A still borne child of Eowland Lewis 
28 A chrissom sou of Georg Bishop 

30 Ursula Piuckuey, ia y*' church 
Oct. 2 Henry Drake 

4 Prudence Williams 

16 William Johnson 

26 AVilliam s. of John Best, in y*^ chur. 

Nov. 21 Thomas and Eobert, two sons of D'' Thomas Pinfold, in y'^ church 

Dec. 13 llichard Bruerton 

14 A still borne child of Samuel May 
22 William Hankiuson 

Feb. 2 Charles s. of Eobert Hellow, in y® church 

Mar. 1 Mary and Martha Bull 

1675. 

Mar. 28 Elizabeth Pye 

31 John Danvers 
31 Charles Ing 

April 1 Joane Cottle, widow, in y^ chancel 

5 Arthur Deacon 
26 Benjamin Todd 

May 16 Thomas Gill 

18 Christian dau. o£ Thomas Clement, Procf, in y^ church 

June 7 Thomas Lewis 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Rect^" 

18 John Jiukins 
28 Ann King 

July 3 Eobert Stanton 

3 Mary Crofton 

26 Mary Bishop 

28 Joane, a found child 

Aug. 2 William Johnson 

15 Mary Blowine 

22 John, a child found in D''^ Coinmons 
Sept. 12 Joseph Perry 

23 Eichard LLoyd, in y^ church 
Oct. 4 John Perry 

19 Edward Wager 

25 Christian Wager 

26 Ann Jiukens, in y^ church 
28 Elenour Eose 

Nov. 10 Martha Hardwicke 

17 Eobert Challoner, Esq*", in y® church 

18 John Eensham 

26 Eobert s. of D"" Eobert LLoyd, in y^ church 

30 Margaret Wells 

Dec. 12 Mary Ledwell 

19 Mary Joyner 

Jan. 10 An abortive s. of Thomas Peirce 

Feb. 21 Thomas Mattershed 

1676. 

Mar. 28 John Harding 

April 3 John s. of D"^ LLoyd, in y^ church 

yoL. IT, K 



66 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL'S WHARF. 

1676 

April 19 Jolin West 

May 5 Jane "Wright 

13 Dorothy GrroYes, in the church 

14 Edith Dutton 

16 A sou of Greorge Bishop, stillborne 

19 M^' GrifBn, a minister aud stranger who dyed sudainely 

19 A dau. of Luke Bourne, still borne 

20 Jane Pinckney, in the church 
June 5 Joseph Tilcocke 

21 Thomas Stanton, in y^ church 
23 William Taylor 

26 Alice Merrall 

July 4 Mary Fayrecloth 

10 Edward Quary 

21 Eichard Clarke 

23 Thomas Cooty 
Aug. 20 Joane Stevens 

21 Thomas Rogers 

21 Ann dau. of Thomas May, Esq', in y" church 

Sept. 21 Ann Nortop 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Reef 

Oct. 21 Peter Ash 

28 Alice Luggett 

Nov. 12 Edith Gadd 

15 Joane Chumly 
Dec. 18 Alice Bayly 

26 An abortive dau. of Richard Newcourt, in y^ chancell 

Jan. 8 John Davis 

12 Isabell Pomfret 

12 William Moody 

14 Mary Gadd 
19 differ IS'apper 
30 Mary Dutton 

Feb. 8 Elizabeth King 

9 Mary Stakers 

, 12 Hannah Iszard 

15 William Lecont 

1677. 

April 1 Thomas Williamson 

6 James Stevens 

6 Amor Knightly 

7 Elizabeth Graves 
14 Sarah Lawrence 

25 Thomas Lee, Esq'', in y^ church 

25 Sigh Paine 
May 11 John Planner 

24 Elizabeth Rawson 
June 5 Sarah Polton 

6 Sarah Hill 

26 Ann Nurse, in the church 
26 John Poord 

July 3 John Taylor 

7 Thomas Stanton, in y« church 

24 Edward Query 

25 Andrew Bayly 



BURIALS. 6? 

1677 

Aug. 2 A chrissom child of Joseph Clarks 

7 A stil borne child of George Bishops 

7 Jane Chad well 

8 Jane Knightly 

10 Thomas Gill 
27 Hannah How 

22 Mary Worrall 
24 William Pollet 

Sept. 8 Ellenor Toms 

9 Joseph Hyde 

16 John Welham, in the church 

26 Elizabeth Techbury 
Oct. 6 Jane Blackborne 

27 Elizabeth Sanders 

28 Henry Jelous 

Nov. 14 A still borne son of Robert Nemes 

14 Margaret dan. of S'' Richard LLoyd, in the church 

[Signature of Peter Lane, Rector, cut off the tops of the capital 
letters] 

23 William Deacon 

24 Isabell Pinckney, in ye church 
27 Charles Yates 

Dec. 11 Elizabeth Higginson 

18 Mary Young 

31 John Pomfret 

Jan. 17 Richard Bridges 

27 Sarah and Mary Gray 

Eeb. 5 Erancis Gill 

17 Robert Campion 
27 William Symons 

Mar. 1 Ann Sleighford 

7 William Herndon 

14 Margaret dau. of D^' Thomas Pinfold, in y^ church 

15 Lancelot Joyner 

1678. 

Mar. 26 Charles Pinckney, in y'' church 

29 Katherine Price 
April 1 Robert Cleveland 

11 John How 

17 John Phill, in y'' new church yard 

18 William Fisher 

May 1 Thomas Tuffe, in the church 

13 Elizabeth Winckles 

13 George Cole 

24 Elinor Symons 

29 Jane Plummer, in y*' church 

July 11 Frances dau. of Thomas May, Esq., in y^ church 

Among the register books is a volume of affidavits of burials in woollen. It 
is a vellum bound book with a flap, and is marked with the letter " g," and on the 
first sheet is the following title or preface : — 

Peter Lane, Churchwardens. 

Rector. STije liegistcr BOOfeC JFOV \_No names given.'] 

" The Parish Church of S' Bennets Pauls-Wharf, London ; for the Registring 
all Burialls in Woollen according to a late Act of Parliam' Intituled An Act for 



68 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL'S WHARE. 

burying in Woollen, and that from and after the first day of August One Thousand 
six hundred seventy and eight In the Eeigu of our Soveraign Lord Charles the 
second King of England, &c., Annoq, Domini 1G78 " 

From August 3, 1G78, to March 11, 1679, each entry is iu the form given 
below, and Sir William Turner, Knt., is the Justice before whom the oath was 
made, except in the following cases : — 

1678 Dec. 9 Sir Thomas Davis, Knt., Justice of the Peace 
1678-9 Jan. 4 „ 

1679 April 20 „ Eobert Hanson 
May 7 „ Joseph Sheldon 
July 29 „ 

Aug. 12 „ Eobert Hanson 

„ 14 „ Thomas Davis 

Nov. 25 „ Joseph Sheldon 

1679-80 Jan. 28 „ Eobert Hanson 

Beyond giving the first entry it does not appear to be worth while repeating 
them in full. 

The following is a specimen entry : — 

August 3, 1678 August the 10, 1678, Anthony Dowdeswell of the Parish of 

Buried S^ Pauls, Covent Garden, in the County of Middlesex, 

Catherine Stanton Joyner, made Oath before Sir William Turner, Knight, 

one of His Majesties Justices of the Peace, &c., That 
Catherine Stanton was Buried in Woollen according to 
the Act of Parliament, as appears by the Afiidavit 
Thomas Stanton of S' Bonnets Pauls Wharf, London \ -.^x., 
William Tomkins of Christ Church Parish, London / Witnesses 

After March 11, 1679, the entries read thus : — 

March 24"^, 1679, Buried Thomas Baker in Wollen according to the Act of Parle- 
ment, as Appeares by Aflfidavitt 

[Note. — In the whole of the affidavits all additional information and varia- 
tions from the Eegister have been noted, so that no facts have been lost. — 
Editor.] 

1678. 

Aug. 3 Katherine [sic] dau. of Thomas Stanton, in the church. See full copy 

of affidavit 
7 Easter Harding. Aff. made Aug. 12 by Thomas Merrall of S' Benuet, 

Paul's Wharf, joyner. Witnesses : Martha Barnes of S' Martins in 

the Pields and Jaine Stint of S^ Benuet, Paul's Wharf 
12 A still borne son of George Bishops. Aff. made Aug. 15 by George 

Bishop of S' Bennets, Paul's AVharfe, combmaker. AVit. : Mary 

Blurton and William Tomkins 
15 Dorothy Higgingson. Aff. made Aug. 19 by Mickel Higginson of 

S' Benuet, Paul's Wharfe, vintner. Wit. : Thomas Morrill and 

Mary Butter 
24 Mary Howard. Aff. made Aug. 27 by Mary Howard of S' Bennet, 

Paul's AVharf. AVit. : Mary ilodgkinson and Elizabeth Morris 
28 Rowland Woolley. Aff. made Sept. 3 by Ann Woolley of S' Bennet's, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit.: Mary Howard and William Tomkinson 
Sept. 3 Adam Henly. Aff. made Sept. 12 by Thomas Merral, joyner, of 

S^ Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Middleton aiid William 

Tomkinson 



[BURIALS. 69 

Sept. 4 Peter Baker. AfE. made Sept. 12 by Thomas Baker, glover, of 

St Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit.: Henry Beech and William 

Tomkins 
Oct. 7 John Powell. AfE. made Oct. 11 by William Earnsby of S^ Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf, haberdasher. Wit. : John Jones and Wilham 

Tomkius 
13 William Jones. Aff. made Oct. 18 by Elizabeth Joues of S' Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf. Wit. ; Elizabeth Morris and William Tomkius 
Nov. 7 An abortive son o£ Francis Wallwin. Aff. made Nov. 14 by Henry 

Stevens, Gierke of the Parish of S' Bennet, Paul's Wharf [name 

spelt " Wallwyne"]. Wit.: William Tomkius and Jacob Sheldrake 
J4 Humphrey Holos. Aff. made Nov. 19 by Elizabeth Brigges of 

S* Bennet, Paul's Wharfe [name spelt "Holus"]. Wit.: Henry 

Stevens and William Tomkins 
24 George Barker. Aff. made Nov. 27 by Elizabeth Bates of S* Bennet, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Barnes and William Tomkins 

27 Elizabeth Croouie. Aff. made by Ann Croome of S' Bennet, Paul's 

Wharfe. Wit. : Elinor Pepper and William Tomkins 
Dec. 9 Thomas Ratcliffe, in y^ church. x\ff. made Dec. 15 by Mary Tomson 
of St Dunstan's in the West [name spelt " Kattleife"']. Wit.: 
Nathaniell Tompsou and Andrew Durdans 
15 James Watts. Aff. made Dec. 16 by James Watts, senior, of 
St Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Alee Ambrous and Elizabeth 
Bunday 

28 Bennoni Seddon alias Davies. AfE. made Jan. 4 by Mary Stubbye of 

St Bennet, Paul's AVharfe [name spelt "Davis"]. Wit.: Erancis 

Wells and William Tomkins 
Jan. 1 Mary Varnham. AfE. made Jan. 7 by Mary Mullinax of St Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf. Wit. : William Tomkins and Mary Lynuet 
4 Nathaniel Barber. AfE. made Jan. 15 by Katharine Barber of 

St Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Emanuel Bussel and Edward 

Meysey 
11 Thomas Newcourt, in y« chancel. Aff. made Jan. 18 by Mary Greene 

of St Andrew's Wardrobe. Wit.: Henry Stevens and Joseph 

Winckle . 

17 John Newcourt, in y^ chancel. Mentioned in the above aff. tor 

Thomas 
17 Mary Winckles 

j^j\\}3. —There is no affidavit for this burial or the next eleven entries.] 

20 Thomas Grenaway 

(Signed) Peter Lane, Eecf 

20 Erancis Goodchild 

30 Katherine Clement, in y*' church 

30 A still borne child of M>' Joseph Clarks • 

Feb. 7 Mary Dawgood 

9 Sarah Hollis 

15 Mary Neemes y'^ Elder 

IG Thomas Grimes 

19 Mary Neemes, jun'' 

21 Elizabeth Cooper 
2(3 Nathaniel Lewis 

28 Thomas Clarke. Aff. made Mar. 5 by Alice lladditch of St Bennet s, 
Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Ann Clarke and William Tomkins 
Mar. 3 Charles Kedhead. Aff. made Mar. 10 by liuth Bishop of St Beunets, 
Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Edward Jefferyes and William Tomkins 



70 REGISTERS OP ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHAR!^. 

1678 
Mar. 10 John Fisher. Aff. made Mar. 17 by Elizabeth Beane of S*^ Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf. Wit. : Ann Archer and William Tomkins 

17 Sarah Grrimes. Aff. made Mar. 29 by Elizabeth GriflBn of S* Bennet, 

Paul's AVharfe. Wit. : Dorathv Grimes and William Tomkins 
20 John Brocket. Aff. made Mar. 29 by Mary Crockett of S* Bennet, 
Paul's Wharf, for John Crockett. AVit. : Mary Howard and 
William Tomkins 

[N.B. — Both in Kegister and Affidavit the surname is written quite clearly. — 
Editor.] 

1679. 

April 6 Ann Gill. AfE. made April 12 by Elizabeth Gill of S* Bennets, Paul's 

Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Grenaway and William Tomkins 
20 Benjamine Wheeler. Aff. made April 21; by Ann Chapman of S' Bennet, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Wheeler and Francis Woodnall 
20 Elizabeth .James. Aff. made April 28 by Mary James of S* Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf. Wit. : Sarah Huchinson and William Tomkins 
25 Joseph Winckles. Aff. made May 2 by Elinor Winckels of S* Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf. Wit. : Ann Croome and William Tomkins 
May 5 John Cooper. Aff. made May 11 by Henry Stevens of S' Bennet, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Samuel Wheeler and William Tomkins 

7 Grace Willis. Aff. made May 15 by Mary Stubby of S* Bennet, Paul's 

Wharfe. Wit. : John Hutchinson and Thomas Pegnell 

8 John Watts. Aff. made May 15 by Thomas Merrall of S* Bennets, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit.: Henry Stevens and William Tomkins 
10 Joseph Joui'den. Aff. made May 13 by Samuell Wheeler of S* Bennet, 
Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Henry Stevens and William Tomkins 

18 Elizabeth Grimes. Aff. made May 22 by Elizabeth Griffin of S' Bennet, 

Paul's Wharf. Wit. : Henry Stevens and Jaine Harve 
18 William Skinner, att y*^ new church-yard. Aff. made May 24 by Leonell 

Sharpe of S* Giles, Cripplegate, London. Wit. : Henry Stevens and 

William Tomkins 
June 9 William Greenaway. Aff. made June 16 by Martha Sanders of 

S' Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Greenaway and William 

Tomkins 
13 Thomas Griffin, att y* new church-yard. Aff. made June 18 by Eliza- 
beth Griffin of S*^ Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Susanna Holliday 

and William Tomkins 
July 7 Thomas Ash. Aff., which states that he was drowned, is made July 14 

by Mary Dudson of S' Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. AVit. : William 

Tomkins and Dorothy Ash 
Francis Complin. Aff. made Aug. 4 by Elizabeth Mason of S'' Bennet, 

Paul's Wharfe. AVit. : John Hudson and William Spraggod 
Elizabeth Ridge. Aff'. made Aug. 4 by Kobert liidge of S* Bennet, 

Paul's AVharfe. Wit. : John Hudson and Baptista Thomson 
William Stanton. Aff. made Aug. 18 by Elizabeth Springate of 

S' Bennet, Paul's Wharfe [name spelt " Staunton "j. Wit.: Wil- 
liam Hanson and Francis VVidnell 
Mary Buggs. Aff. made Aug. 20 by Sarah Buggs of S*^ Bennet, Paul's 

Wharfe. AVit. : Ann Clarke and Andrew Durdant 
Joseph Smith. Aff. made Sept. 9 by Joane Warner of S*^ Beunet, 

Paul's Wharfe. AVit. : Ellena Warner and William Tomkins 
Mary Catliue. Aff. made Sept. 8 by Mary Catling [sic] of S^ Bennets, 

Paul's W^harfe. Wit.: AVilliam Tomkins and Sarah Buggs 
Mary Barber [altered to "Barker"]. Aff. made Oct. 13 by Ann Ware 

of S*^ Andrews Wardrobe. Wit. : Ann Godfrey and Williarn 

Tomkins 





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3 


Oct. 


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BURIALS. 71 

1679 
Oct. 29 Gudricke Lydian. Aff. made Nov. 1 by Susanne Lidiard [so spelt each 

time in aff.] of S* Beiinet, Paul's Wharfe. "Wit.: Martha Harding 

and William Tomkins 
Nov. 7 A still borne child of M'' Pellets. Aff. made Nov. 13 by Mary Gowitt 

of S' Giles, Cripplegate. Wit. : William Tomkins and Mary 

Whithead 

11 Mary Hunt. AE. made Nov. 15 by Elizabeth Greenaway of S*^ Bennet's, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Elizabeth Gill and William Tomkins 
17 William Purchas. Aff. made Nov. 24 by Mary Preston of S' Bennets, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Sarah Fisher and William Tomkins 
22 Eowland Lewis. The aff. made Dec. 1 [altered from Nov. 22 to date of 

burial as Nov. 23] by Elizabeth Grissell of S. Bennets, Paul's 

Wharfe. Wit. : Thomas Howard and Grace Corney 
25 Margarett Pollet. Aff. made Dec. 1 by Mary Cowett of S' Giles, 

Cripplegate. Wit. : William Eaynsford and Rowland Bordridg 

27 John Reynold. Without affidavit, of the which there was certificate 

made to M'' Abraham Chitty, junior, and M'' Timothy Ravvson, 
Churchwardens. Signed by M'' James Clitford, Curate. Dated 
4 Jan. 1679, and delivered to the Chwardns. by Henry Stevens, 
Parish Clerk 
Dec. 21 Abiell [s^c] Coles. Aff. made Dec. 26 by Sarah Welsh of S' Bennet, 
Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : William Tomkins and Dorathy Beard 

28 Benjamine Wheeler. Aff. made Jan. 2 by Ann Chapman of S* Gre- 

gories. Wit. : William Tomkins and John George 

29 Thomas Baker. Aff. made Dec. 31 by Martha Watts of S. Bennet, 

Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : Richard Crose and William Tomkins 
Jan. 3 Thomas Lye. Aff. made Jan. 8 by Mary Perkins of S' Andrew's 
Wardrobe. Wit. : Mary Mee and William Tomkins 

12 A chrissome child of M'' Joseph Clarkes. Aff. made Jan. 15 by Rachel 

Young of S' Beuet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : William Tomkins and 

John»George 
25 Frances Wellam, in y^ church. Aff. made Jan. 30 by Sarah Harris 

of S* Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : William Tomkins and Ann 

Dodwell 
28 Elizabeth Fletcher. Aff. made Feb. 2 by Elizabeth Fletcher of 

S' Bennets, Paul's AVharfe. Wit. : Thomas Burder and Francis 

Widnell 
Mar. 2 Jeffery Tanner, kill'd by blowes. Aff. made Mar. 3 by Elizabeth 

Fletcher of S. Bennet, Paul's Wharfe. Wit. : A¥illiam Tomkins 

and John George 
9 Sarah Davies, in the chui'ch. Aff. made Mar. 15 by Anne Foskitt of 

St. Bennet, Paul's Wharfe [name spelt " Davis "]. Wit.: Henry 

Stevens and William Tomkins 
11 An infant of John Ridges. Aff. made Mar. 18 by Anne Towneseud of 

S' Bennets, Paul's Wharfe. AVit. : William Tomkins and Ja. Davis 
24 Thomas Baker. Aff. made 

(Signed) Petee Lane, Recf^ 

1680. 

April 1 Thomas Wright, in the church. Aff. made 

11 Hugh Moody. Aff. made 

May 9 Henry Hall. Aff. made 

20 Richard Downward. Aff. made 

20 Tabitlia Pere. Aff. made 

June 2 Mary Pollett. Aff. made 

9 Richard West. Aff. made 



72 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1680 

Juue 18 Elizabeth LLoyd, in the church. Aff. made 

18 Elizabeth French. Aff. made 

19 Mathew Mantle, drowned. Aff. made 
22 Ann Grieenavvay. Aff. made 

2-i A still borne dau. from Simon Thrifts. Aff. made 

29 Martha Ci'oome. Aff. made June 25 
July 19 William Hallamore. Aff. made 

21 Ellen Sanders, in the church. Aff. made 

22 William Hernden. xAff. made 
26 William Webster. Aff. made 

Aug. 14 Elizabeth Greenaway. Aff. made 

15 Kichard s. of Thomas Clement, in y^ church, Aff. made 

30 Thomas Clement, in y*' church. Aff. made 
30 Eobert Powell. Aff. made 

Sept. 7 Robert Keene. Aff. made 

10 Elizabeth Arden. Aff. made 
12 Ann Hodsden. Aff. made 

18 Elizabeth Hartford. Aff. made 

21 John Grew. Aff. made 

26 Hector Arde, att y^ new churchyard. Aff. made 
Oct. 6 Lucy Deely. Aff. made 

6 Mary Warner. Aff. made 
Nov. 3 Mary Foster. Aff. made 

9 Elizabeth Miller. Aff. made 

12 Ann Godfrye. Aff. made, Godfrey 
18 John Browne. Aff. made 

23 Thomas Downward. Aff. made 

30 Eobert Hellow, in y® church. Aff. made 

Dec. 5 Elizabeth Newe. Aff. made 

18 Thomas Howell. Aff. made 

25 Elizabeth Barnes, in the church. Aff. made 

27 Mary JVewcourt, in the chancell. Aff. made 
Jan. 2 A chrisome dau. of M"" Josepli Clarks. Aff. made 

7 Elizabeth Offley, in the church. Buried without affidavit. M"" Eawson 

Eeceved of M>' James Hobland fifty shillings for the use of the 
Poore for a fine 

16 Sarah Lunt. Aff. made 
Feb. 6 Thomas Martin. Aff. made 

17 Mary Hollis. Aff. made 

22 William Gadd. Aff. made 

24 Edward Barnes, in the church. Aff. made 
Mar. 1 Ann Sleighford, in the church. Aff. made 

2 Margery Pharaoh. Aff. made 

24 Eobert Earnsty. Aff. made 

1681. 

April 10 Eichard Bridges. Aff. made 

11 William Catline. Aff. made, Catlin 

20 George Pinckney, in y^ church. Aff. made 
May 10 John Cadwalleder. Aff. made, Cadwallider 

13 George Cumber Aff. made 
30 John Harwood. Aff. made 

(Signed) Petek Lane, Eect' 

June 1 Jane Allen. Aff. made, Jaine AUin 

13 Susanna Watson. Aff. made 



BURIALS. 73 

1681 

June 23 Mary, a foundling child. Aff. made 

July 3 Eicliard Jones. Aff. made 

8 Ann Eussell. Aff. made, Russel 
17 Eichard Cadwalleder. AfE. made 

17 Bernard Eawlins. Aff. made 

23 Jane Vaughan. Aff. made 

24 William Plummer, in the church. Aff. made 
28 Sarah Beard. Aff. made 

Aug. 5 Thomas Harris. Aff. made 

14 Thomas Howard. Aff. made 
22 Abraham Howard. Aff. made 

22 Ann Barber. Aff. made 

23 Ann Tough, in y*^ church. Aff. made 

27 John Harvey. Aff. mnde, Harvei 

28 Jonas Goodwin. Aff. made, Goodwinn 

31 Eichard Welham, in y*^ church. Aff. made 

31 Ann Clarke. Aff. made 

Sept. 7 Charles Tillingham. Aff\ made 

13 Eichard Sanders. Aff. made 

15 John London. Aff. made 

28 Elioner Steed, in y« church. Aff. made 

28 Constance Petty, in the church. Aff. made 

Oct. 3 Solomon Sleighford, in y^ chui'ch. Aff. made 

5 Mary Croome. Aff. made 

9 Lydia Welch. Aff. made, Welsh 

12 Eobert Barber. Aff. made 

18 Ann Croome 

[There are no affidavits written in the book between this date and Mar. 23, 
1682.— Editor.] 

Oct. 23 Elizabeth Bird 

24 Eichard Gamball 
27 William Griffith 

Nov. 1 Elizabeth Barnacle 

13 Amye Hiditch 

19 Ursula Parker 

25 John Mathews 
Dec. 15 Mary Goodwine 

Jan. 5 Marke Cottle, Esq'', in the chancell 

22 Isaac Dagnell 

27 Mary Stevens 

Eeb. 6 Abigail Benson, in the church 

15 Oliver s. of D"^ John S' John, in y*' church 

16 William Eelye 
Mar. 15 Thomas Sheldon 

20 John Hampton 



1682. 



Mar. 26 William Powell 

30 George Abernethes 

31 Joseph Wi stone 
April 7 Thomas Neale 

8 Ealp Maylins 

16 Thomas Parsons 

21 William Hawkins, in y* church 

21 Sarah Thomas 

26 Eichard Cumber 

VOL. IV. 



74 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PATJL's WHARF. 

1682 

May 15 Hannah Allen 

June 6 Thomas Lymer 

[Signature cut away, all but the tops of the letters.] 

22 John Bishop 

25 Ann King 

July 3 Rebecca Thompson 

3 Mary Powell 

21 John Beard 

26 Chariot Anson 

30 A chresom child of Joseph Clarkes 
Aug. 4 John Neale 

8 John How 

14 George Bartholomew 

19 Eobert Little 

21 An infant found dead in an house of office 
Sept. 1 Edward, a bastard of Ann Popes 

11 William Mantle 

13 Phillip Brookes 

14 Mary Ernsby 

15 John Perkes 

18 Mary Ernsby, jutf 

22 John Denham 

24 Benjamin "Wood, in y^ church 

24 John Catline 

28 William Simms 

Oct. 1 Frances dau. of Thomas Davis, in y^ church 

10 Phillip Higginson 
17 Deborah Okeley 
17 William Moody 
24 Mary Dexter 

31 William Hernden 
Nov. 6 Martin Langton 

14 Katharine Ridge 

20 John s. of Charles Tucker, in y^ church 
Dec. 13 Elizabeth Martin 

23 Sarah Welch 

23 John Child 

Jan. 3 Thomas Barwell, in y'' church 

7 Ann Eidge 

24 Greorge s. of D'' Charles Hedges, in y*^ church 
Feb. 25 John Ash 

Mar. 7 Elizabeth Hounson 

13 Edward Gibbons 

23 Mary Aldred. Aff. made 

1683. 

April 1 Eobert Neames. Aff. made 

11 Tribe Gadd. AfE. made 

19 Doratha Kidder, in the church. Aff. made 
30 Marke Newman. Aff. made 

May 10 Elizabeth Thomson. AfE. made 

15 Elizabeth Baggott. Aff. made 

16 Ann Denison. Aff. made 

24 Ann Middelton. Aff. made 

25 Michael Barber. Aff. made 

June 12 Martha dau. of M' Eichard Newcourt, in t}ie chansel. AfE. mr^de 



BtJRIALS. Ih 

1683 

July 4 "William Deuuett, accideatolly drowned. AfE. made 

9 Ann Steed, in the church. Aff. made 

15 Easter Harding. Aff. made 

16 Thomas Grodbee. Af£. made July 18 

27 Vertue Webster. Af£. made 

30 Frances Theodotia Craford Hansbrough. AfE. made 
Aug. 2 Elizabeth Higginson. Aff. made 

3 William s. of S' Richard Lloyd, in the church. AfE. made 

5 Elizabeth Goldsmith. Aif. made 

8 Joanuah Bonner. Aff. made 

16 Captaine John Davis, in the chansel. Aff. made 

17 A still borne child of Thomas Gills. Aff. made 
26 Prissilla Eawson. Aff. made 

31 Richard Catlyne. AfE. made 
Sept. 1 Richard Beereman. Aff. made 

6 Mary Browne. AfE. made 

9 Thomas Bridges. Aff. made 

26 Samuel Wardner. AfE. made 
Oct. 4 Elinor Price. Aff. made 

20 Henry Dickenson, in the church, AfE. made 

21 Thomas Clarke. Aff. made 

23 Elizabeth Bettis. Aff. made 

28 Thomas Pinfold, in the church. Aff. made 
Nov. 14 Katharine London. Aff. made 

15 Jaine Shorter. Aff. made 

18 Elizabeth Purchas. Aff. made 

24 Sarah dau. of D"" Newton, in y^ church. Aff. made 

27 Prances dau. of M'' Elias Austen, in church. Aff. made for Aston 
Dee. 15 Ann Wilson. Aff. made 

18 Mary Neames. Aff. made 

23 Margarett Tharp, senior. Aff. made for Thorp 

30 Margarett Tharp, junior. Aff. made, Thorp 

Jan. 6 A crisom male child of M'^' Joseph Clarks. Aff. made 

8 John Jones. Aff. made 

9 Mary Barton. Aff. made 

12 Solomon Dornton. Aff. made 

23 John s. of Doctor S' John, in y'^ church. Aff. made 

23 Thomas Piggott, in the chui'ch. Aff. made 

23 Godsgift Middleton. Aff. made for Middelton 

24 Thomas Jones, in the church. Aff. made 

24 James Neames. Aff. made 

25 William Lewis. Aff. made 

25 William Herenden. Aff. made 

27 Hannah Griffin. Aff. made 

28 M^'^ Joauah Davis, in the church. Aff. made 

29 Mary Cole. Aff. made 
Feb. 2 John Tesmond. Aff. made 

14 Mary Watts. Aff. made 

16 Ellen Deuham. Aff. made 

17 Robert Ridge. Aff. made 

18 Mary Belt. Aff. made 
24 Daniell Price. Aff. made 

Mar. 5 Thomas Sheild. Aff. made 

1684. 

Mar. 30 Henry Cumber. Aff. made 

April 2 Elizabeth Pinfold dau. of Thomas PiaEold, Doctor of Lawes, in y'' 
church. Aff. made 



76 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAULAS WHARF. 

1684 

April 9 Francis Fratickelin. Aff. made for Frackelin 

13 Henry Falckner. Aft", made for Falckener 

20 Ann Maxwell, in the church. Af£. made for April 13 
23 Elizabeth Browne. Aff. made 

23 Elizabeth Mantle. Aff. made 

80 Alice Tounsen. Aff. made for Tounsend 

May 1 Sarah G-rimes. Aff. made 

1 Jaine Stent. AfE. made May 21 

18 William Welsh. AfE. made 

23 Eobert Jinnings. AfE. made for Jinings 

25 Edward s. of M'' Edward Barnes, in the church. Aff. made 

June 29 Mary Harte. AfE. made for Hart 

July 1 Mary, a bastard of Marth Sanders. Aff. made 

21 Sarah Burgis. AfE. made 

22 John B-ussill. AfE. made for E-ussell 

28 Winnefrid Wanckelin. AfF. made for Wancklin 

28 Susan Keenes. AfF. made 

Aug. 3 Francis Clarke. AfE. made 

4 Joseph Arden. AfE. made 

5 Walter Dunn. , AfE. made 

6 Margaret Ward. AfE. made 

7 AYilliam Dexter. Aif. made 

14 Margaret Watsou, accedentally drowned. AfE. made 

19 Thomas s. of Elias Aston, in y'' church. AfE. made 

25 Sir Eobert Wiseman, Deane of the Arches, in the chancel. Buried in 

Lining without affidavitt 

25 Faith Mantle. AfE. made 

Sept. 4 Elizabeth dau. of William Ernsby. AfE. made for Earnesby 

9 Jaine Dickenson. AfF. made for Dickson 

. 14 Edward s. of Thomas Booker. Aff. made 

21 Katharine dau. of Edmund Hawly, in the church. AfE. made 
Oct. 1^ Euestice Jones. AfE. made 

14 Thomas s. of Nathaniel Eawlins. AfE. made 

14 John s. of John Watson. AfE. made 

16 M" Elizabeth Salladine, in y^ church. AfE. made 

22 John Price. AfE. made 

30 Joseph Clarke. Aif. made 

31 Thomas Lawrance. AfE. made 

31 Mary Catch, hanged hir self. AfE. made 
Nov. 14 Alice Morton, almswomaii. Aff. made 

18 John s. of John Campion. AfE. made 

22 Sarah dau. of William Hernden. Aff. made 
27 Sarah dau. of Ealpli Faucott. AfE. made 
Dec. 7 Andrew s. of Eobert Staueaker. AfF. made 

19 Mary dau. of Thomas Dashwood. AfE. made 
26 Mary Thomlinson, Almeswoman. AfE. made 

Jan. 1 Ann dau. of Eobert Barber. AfE. made 

13 Elizabeth and an other female child still borne, two daus of Michael 
Higginson. AfE. made for Elizabeth Higginson only 

21 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Harrison. AfE. made 

22 Elizabeth Frond, Almeswoman. AfF. made 

26 Thomas s. of I'homas Grrimes. Ajf. made 

27 William AUin. Aif. made 

Feb. 3 Sarah dau. of Zachary Child. AfE. made 

17 William s. of William Hollis. AfE. made 
Mar. 8 Katharine dau. of David Jones. Aff. made 

10 Johon s. of Thomas Grriffin. AfE. made for John Griffin 



BURIALS. 7? 

1684 

Mar. 11 A still borne child of Thomas Greene. Aft", made. A male child 

17 Elizabeth dau. of Phillip Vaughan. Aff. made 

18 M'^ Sarah Hobline,* iu the vault. Buried in Lining without Affidavit. 

M^' Eawlins had 2" 10^ for the Poore 
18 Atoway Crolledg, being scalded. AfE. made for Crollage 
23 Mary dau. of John Neeson. AfE. made 
23 Avis Sacker. Aff. made 

1685. 
Mar. 31 Ralph Ashenden, in the church. Af£. made 
April 2 Johu s. of John Neeson. AfE. made 

9 Anthony Morris. AfE. made 
12 Ralph Fancott. Aff. made 

14 Sarah Kempton, senior. AfE. made 

22 Henry s. of John How. Aff. made 

26 Alice Pollett. Aff. made 

May 10 Sarah Kempton, junior. Aff. made 

21 Susanah Roberts, in the church. Aft", made 

22 Thomas s. of John James. Aff. made 
June 12 Mary dau. of Robert Wallrond. AtF. made 
July 1 Susanah dau. of Thomas Dowell. Aff. made 

14 Ann dau. of George Croom. Aff. made for Croome 

Aug. 13 Mary dau. of John Davis. Aff. made 

14 Milcah Sabin. Aff. made for Sibin 

17 Ann Fletcher. Aff. made 

29 William Ernsby. Aff. made 

Sept. 1 Thomas s. of M'' Joseph Davis, iu y^ church. Aff. made 

6 Charls King. Aff. made 

14 Jone Cumber. No. aff. 

15 Robert Sackers. 'No aff. 
Oct. 11 Joseph Clarke. No aft". 

13 Sarah Ellaiiis. Aff. made the 11"' 

30 Eraucis s. of Erancis Clarke. Aff. made 
Nov. 8 Rebecka Terrett. Aff. made 

11 Bridget Tindall. Aff. made 

13 Jacob Ridder. Aft', made as Rider 

16 jNI''* Ann Davis, in the church. Aff. made 

21 Mary Hunsdon. Aff. made as Hundsdon 

24 M'^ Katharine Lloyd, in y"^ church. Aff. made 

28 Edmund Harvey. Aff. made 

29 Mary Bowen. Aff. made 
Dec. 4 John Tea. No. aff. 

11 Margery Techbury. Aff. made as Margaret Teachbury 

15 Emanuel Russell, in the church. Aff. made 

18 Martha dau. of Elias Aston, in y'= church. Aff. made 

Jan. 15 Eleuor Keenes. Aff. made 

17 Mary Crane. Aff. made 

22 Matthew Mautle. Aff. made 

25 John Davis. Aff. made 
Feb. 2 Peter Ash. Aff. made 

5 William Neale. Aff. made 

8 Mary and Martha, two twins of Robert Langtons. Aft', made Jan. 80. 
[In the Woollen Book this entry follows John Davis. — Editor.] 

10 George Tesmond. Aff. made 

11 M'' Charles Tucker, in the church. Aff. made 
21 Richard Thomas. Aff. made 

* " Hoblin" in the Woollea Book.— En. 



'78 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1685 

Yeb. 21 Heury Jealeous. AK. made for Jealious 

28 Nathaniel Morgan. Aff. made 
Mar. 9 Jaine Cadvvalleder Aff. made 

Hi John Eawson. Aff. made 

16 Sarah Harding. No. aff. 
19 John Hancocke. Aff. made 
19 Francis Joy. Aff. made 

24 Ann Evans. Aff. made 

1686. 

Mar. 26 Alice Young. Aff. made 

26 Eobert s. of S'^' Eobert Jason, in y^ church. Aff. made 

29 Ann Hall. Aff. made 

31 Joseph 8. of M'^' Joseph Davis, in y'' church. Aff. made 

April 2 Henry s. of Aiery Beamon. Aff. made for Beamond 

9 Mary James. Aff. made 

17 James Matthewes. Aff. made for Matthews 

22 Oliver Bonner. Aff. made • 
May 2 Martha Bowen. Aff. made 

9 Susanah Reanolds. Aff. made 

13 George Croome. Aff. made 

16 John Dowel]. Aff. made 

21 Alice Dodwell. Aff. made 

23 Ealph Bonnett. Aff. made 

26 M^' Thomas Davis, in y"^ church. Aff. made 

June 16 John Grodby. Aff. made 

2i Elizabeth Belt. Aff. made 

July 2 S-- Eichard Lloyd. No aff. 

3 Jonathan Harrison. Aff. made 

4 Giles Bonner. Aff. made 
6 Mary Neames. Aff. made 

[An affidavit is made on July 21 for Thomas Katch, but there is no entry for 
this name or date in the Eegister. — Editoe.] 

July 24 Martha Chambers. Aff. made 

25 .Tohn Goldsmith. Aff. made 

Aug. 3 John Cattling. Aff. made as Cattline 

4 Thomas Teates. Aff. made for Yeats 

6 Sarah Gaile. Aff. made 

12 Philadelphyah dau. of M'' Elias Aaston, in the church. Aff. made 
for Philadelphia Aston 

18 Mary Belt. No aff. 

25 M^'^ Dorathy Shaw, in the church, from Christ Church. Aff. made 

25 M'^ Elenor Lisle, in the church. Aff. made 

28 Prissilla Vaughan. Aff. made 

29 Elizabeth Vaughan. Aff. made 
Sept. 2 Edmund Booker. Aff. made 

28 Eobert "Wollrond. Aff. made for "Woollrond 

29 Mary Sherwood. Aff. made 
Oct. 10 John Mercy. Aff. made 

11 M" Lucy Dakers, in the church, from S^ Mary Magdalins, Old Fisli 
Street. Aff. made 

15 James Hussey. Aff. made 

16 Elizabeth Bridges. Aff. made Oct. 20 

24 John Warner. Aff. made for Wardner 
Nov. 2 Ann Athy. Aff. made 



BURIALS. 79 

1686 

Nov. 2 Amy Vaughan. Af£. made 

14 Ann Yaughan. AfF. made 

26 G-eorge Fisher. Aff. made 

29 Elizabeth Matthewes. Aff. made 

30 A still borne male child s. of "William Eead. Af£. made for Eeed 
Dec. 12 Thomas Hide. Aff. made 

12 Ann Barber. Aff. made 

19 Ann Gragge. Aff. made for Gage 

20 John James. Aff. made 

Jan. 3 John Defman. Aff. made for Deafman 

29 Frances Peter. Aff. made 

30 Eichard Welsh. Aff. made 

31 Elizabeth Fisher. Aff. made 

Feb. 4 John Bereman. Aff. made, Beereman 

28 Mary Clarke. Aff. made 
Mar. 2 Susanah Harris. Aff. made 

9 Sarah Sabin. Aff. made 

24 John Sabiu. Aff. made 

1687. 

April 2 Eebecka Barbrige. Aff. made for Braxbriclg 

14 Elizabeth Martin. Aff. made 

14 John Exelby. Aff. made 

15 Elizabeth Goldsmith. Aff. made 

May 4 Samuel Eowel, in y« church. Aff. made for Eowell 

12 Sarah tlau. of Edward Barnes. Aff. made 
22 Elizabeth Neeson. Aff. made 

22 Henry Barnes. Aff". made 

25 Hannah dau. of William Fransham, in y^ ch. Aff. made 

29 Benjamine s. of Nathaniel Eawlins. Aff. made 

29 Elizabeth Littlefeild. Aff. made May 25 

30 Margaret Mifant. Aff. made May 29 

31 Elizabeth Waight. Aff. made 
June 6 Elizabeth Davis. Aff. made 

10 Martha [hlanh], in y^ ch. Aff. made for Martha Conincq 

19 Elizabeth Vaughan. Aff. made 

29 Hugh s. of Henry Clarke Aff. made 

July 5 Nicolas Barret. Aff. made as Barrett 

8 Mary Goldsmith. Aff. made 

13 Katherine Newcombe. Aff. made as Newcomb 
Aug. 9 M'^ Frances Groves, in y^ church. Aff. made 

10 John s. of William Earnsby. Aff. made 

11 Elizabeth Wagstafe. No aff. 

27 Elizabeth dau. of William Fransham. Aff. made 

28 John Wagstafe. Aff. made as Wagstaff 
Sept. 18 A male child of William Martins. Aff". made 

21 Hannah dau. of Thomas Dowell. Aff. made 

22 James Haies. Aff. made as Hayes 

23 Margaret dau. of Henry Mills. Aff. made as Miles 
Oct. 3 Ellenor Morris. Aff. made 

4 Elizabeth Kiftith. Aff. made as KifEtt 

13 Mary Maskalin. Aff. made as Maskline 

15 Mary dau. of John Ambree. Aff. made as Ambre 

16 William Eead. Aff. made as Eeade 

Nov. 12 . Thomas s. of Thomas Bewley. Aff. made as Buly 

16 Eobert s. of Eobert Carter. Aff. made as Cartar 



80 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1687 

Nov. 22 Elizabeth dau. of James Anderson. Aff. made 

23 John s. of William More. Aff. made 

29 Henry s. of Thomas GriflBn. Aff. made 

Dec. 3 Mary dau. of Bryan Tesmond. Aff. made Dec. 13 

Jan. 26 Eichard Neale. Aff. made Jan. 20 

30 Thomas Cocl;yne. Aff. made as Cokene 
Feb. 1 Mary WHllard. Aff. made 

6 Elizabeth Genings. Aff. made as Jinnings 

7 John Ardin. Aff. made as Arden 

12 An Pope. Aff. made 

15 .John s. of John Price. Aff. made 

17 Thomas s. of Eichard Sadler. Aff. made for Eichard Sadler 
21 Eachel Neale. Aff. made Eeb. 20 

28 M''^ Elizabeth Sanner, in y*^ church. Aff. made as Sannver 

29 John s. of John Willard. Aff. made 

Mar. 1 M'^ Isabella Langfoi-d, in y*^ church. Aff. made as Langfoord 

2 Sarah dau. of Thomas Midwinter. Aff. made Feb. 29 

11 Henry s. of Henry Bridges, in y^ ch. Aff. made 

18 Joan Walker. Aff. made 

23 John Exelbee. Aff. made as Exelby 

23 M''^ Elizabeth Newnanham, in y® ch. Aft", made 

1688. 

Mar. 31 John s. of Thomas Goldsmith. Aft', made 

April 3 Eichard Longlee. Aff. made 

7 Elizabeth dau. of AVilliam Atwood. Aff. made April 3, Attwood 

9 Mary Goldsmith. Aff. made 

9 John s. of Eobert Barber. Aff. made 

9 John s. of Henry Smith. Aff. made 

9 William s. of Henry Smith. Aff. made 

20 William s. of William Atwood. No aff., but blank space left for it 

21 Thomas Button. Aff. made 

29 William s. of William Grygorie. Aff. made as Grigorie 

May 6 Thomas GriflBn. Aff. made 

,26 Samuel s. of Sabin Neal. Aff. made 

29 An AVhiteaker. Aff. made as Ann Whittacer 

June 2 Winuifred Mantel. Aff. made as Man till 

13 Henry s. of John Goodaker. Aff. made June 2 

22 John s. of William Ashurst. Aff. made 

24 Elizabeth dau. of John Goodaker. Aff. made 

25 Susaua dau. of Harman Mackelken. Aff. made as Mackkelken 
July 3 Elizabeth Ginaker. Aff. made as Jinaker 

5 Jane dau. of Charles Hedges, D^" of Laws, in y« ch. Aff. made 
11 Susanna dau. of John Goodaker. Aff. made 

18 Jane dau. of James Fisher. Aff. made 

25 Elizabeth dau. of George King. Aff. made 

27 Mary w. of Lancelot Plummer. Aff. made 

Aug. 10 Nicholas Lowry. Aff. made 

10 Daniel s. of Daniel White. Aff. made 

21 Elizabeth dau. of Eichard Hawtree. Aff. made Aug. 23 as Hawtry 

Sept. 4 Nathaniel Joye. Aff. made as Joy 

11 James s. of James Kiflfit. Aff. made as Kiffith 
15 Henry s. of Henrv Bridges. Aff. made Sept. 13 

Oct. 3 John s. of Eobert Smith. Aff. made 

6 John s. of Thomas Bowker. Aff. made as Booker 
18 M-- [sic] Elizabeth Smith. No aff. 



BURIALS. 81 

1688 

Oct. 28 Ann dau. of Eobert Carter. AfB. made 

Nov. 8 Sir Thomas Exton, Dean of the Arches, Vicar Greneral and Chancellor 
of London, in the Chancel. Aff. tnade 

9 Frances Datford. Aff. made as Dadford 

24 Charles s. of Charles Hedges, Doctor of Laws. Aff. made 

Dec. 26 Matthew Bolton. Aff. made 

Jan. 9 Ann Crockett. Aff. made 

9 Mary Jephson. Aff. made as .Tepson 

Feb. 6 Stephen Brice, D*" of Laws. Aff. made as Burice 

15 William s. of William Davis. Aff. made 

15 An affidavit is given on Feb. 15 for Richard White, but there is no 

entry in the Parish Heg. 

16 Ann dau. of Eobert Christian. No aff. 

23 M'' Thomas Langhorn. Aff. made 
Mar. 3 Mary dau. of Joseph Fisher. Aff. made 

6 James s. of Mark Dowell. Aff. made 

6 Philippa Palmer. Aff. made for Phillip Pawmer 

7 Frances dau. of Edward Shaw. Aff. made 

14 Ann Powell. Aff. made 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Barnes. Aff. made 

1689. 

Mar. 26 Ann w. of David Zarasin. Aff. made, Saraziu 

31 John s. of George Smith. Aff. made 

April 2 Sarah Burnett. Aff. made 

17 Elizabeth Bradshaw. Aff. made 

17 Susann Barnes. Aff. made as Susanna 

28 Thomas s. of William Thorogood. Aff. made 
May 1 Eobert Walker. Aff. made 

11 Lucy dau. of M^' John Eoberts, in chui'ch. Aff. made 

13 Mary dau, of M'' John Degrave, in y'' church. Aff. made for Degraves 

June 1 Eobert Fletcher. Aff. made 

13 Fortunata dau. of John Watts. Aff. made 

15 John Shorter. Aff. made 

22 M"'^ Elizabeth Brice, in y^ church. Aff. made 

22 Thomas s. of M' Henry Brice, in y*^ church. Aff. made 

July 2 John s. of John How. No aff. 

6 William s. of Eobert Scott. Aff. made July 2 

6 Elizabeth w. of Eobert Scott. Aff. made July 2 

16 Eobert s. of Eobert Scott. Aff. made 

19 Sarah dau. of Thomas Bird. Aff. made 

24 William Moore from y"^ Hospital. No aff. 
24 Eichard s. of EicharJ Harris. Aff. made 

24 Magdaline White, a stranger. Aff. made 

25 Sarah dau. of John Pecke. Aff. made 

Aug. 22 Philadelphia dau. of M^' Elias Aston, in the church. Aff. made 

30 Nathaniel Martin. Aff. made 

Sept. 1 John s. of William Welsh. Aff. made 

18 George s. of Daniel Prichard. Aff. made 

26 Thomas Merrall, in y^ church. Aff. made 

29 Edward Oxley, in v*^ church. Aff. made 
Oct. 4 William s. of Thomas Wolfe. Aff. made 

11 James s. of David Sarazin, in y^ church. Aff. made as Sarasen dated 
Oct. 10 

20 Samuel Parkei', servant to M'^' Pollett. Aff. made 
Nov. 10 Susanna Evans and Thomas her sou. Aff. made 

yoL. IV, M: 



82 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL's WHARF. 

1689 

Nov. 22 Elizabeth, a nurce child from M'' Shepards. Aff. made for Elizabeth 
Lee 

24 Ann dau. of M' William Pollett. Aff. made 

Dec. 1 James Pharoa. Af£. made 

1 Elizabeth Kiffitt. AfE. made 

4 Elizabeth dau. of Sir Charles Hedgges, Doctor of Lawes and Judge of 

the Admeralty, in y^ church. Aff. made for Hedges 

5 Edward Philps. Aff. made 

16 Eobert s. of William Pemertou. Aff. made 

16 Thomas Burrall, Doctor of Lawes, in y^ church. Aff. made for Burel 

19 Arthur s. of Eobert Carter. Aff. made 
Eeb. 3 E-i chard Amy. Aff. made 

4 Anna dau. of M'' Elias Aston, in y^ church. Aff. made 

9 Joseph s. of Joseph Streeter. AfF. made 

11 John Watson. Aff. made 

16 Martha and Lydia Pew. Aff. made 
Mar. 18 James Turney. Aff. made March 16 

20 Elizabeth Bu'ndy. Aff. made 

1690. 

Mar. 27 Ann Jones. Aff. made 

28 Susanna dau. of William Ernesby. Aff. made for Ernsby 

May 9 Mary dau. of John Co wen. Aff. made 

10 Joshua Hargrove. Aff. made 

June 1 Daniel s. of Joseph Pisher. Aff. made 

2 Anthony Cooke. Aff. made 
7 Ann Crouch. Aff. made 

July 5 Hanna Warren. Aff. made 

21 Abygale dau. of Joseph Hopkins. Aff. made 
23 Thomas s. of Francis Killiugton. Aff. made 

25 Margaret dau. of Leonard Francis. Aff. made as Margaret Leonard 

Aug. 1 Elizabeth dau. of John How. Aff. made 

3 Elizabeth dau. of William Ernsby. Aff. made as Ernesby 

17 Nicholas s. of William May. Aff. made 

17 Nathaniel s. of Jonathan Cawthorn. Aff. made 

17 Mary Peacke. Aff. made 

28 John s. of Anthony Marshall. Aff. made 

Sept. 12 Ann Teats. Aff. made 

25 Sarah w. of Simon Woolvandine. Aff. made as Wolvandine 

26 Sarah dau. of Eobert Halcom. Aff. made 
Oct. 3 Elenor Amy. Aff. made 

5 Thomas s. of Henry Clark. Aff. made for Clarck 

10 M'' Elias Aston, buried in the church. Aff. made 

11 Hanah dau. of William Davis. Aff. made 
Dec. 8 Elizabeth dau. of James Ciffitt. No affidavit 

9 Phillip Foster, Doctor of Lawes, buried in y^ church. Aff. made 

27 Greorge s. of Marcke Dowell. Aff. made 

28 Jonathan Cawthorn. Aff. made 

Jan. 15 Ealph s. of James Poyntee. Aff. made 

28 John Jiniker. Aff. made 

Feb. 12 Elizabeth Sebee. No aff. 

13 Henry Clarck. Aff. made 

17 Elizabeth dau. of Henry Bridges, in the church. Aff. made 

18 William s. of Eobert Carter. Aff. made 

27 Brice s. of Brice Seeds, in y^ church. Aff. made 

Mar. 7 Sarah w. of M"" Hurdt, from S' Peter's, in y« church No aff, 



BURIALS. 8^ 

1690 
Mar. 7 Peter s. of Luadolphus Shunt. Aff. made 
8 William s. of Henry Clarck. Aff. made 

15 Lydia dau. of Peter Barton. Aff. made 

19 Elizabeth dau. of M' Simon Sandis, in y« church. Aff. made 

1691. 

April 21 John Fowler. Aff. made 

June 3 Thomas Boulton. Aff. made for Bolton 

8 Francis Plasfoott. Aff. made 

10 John s. of Robert Barber. Aff. made 

10 Ann dau. of Thomas Woolfe. Aff. made 

11 A stillborne male child of M"" Brice Seeds. Aff. made 
18 Henry Smith. Aff. made 

July 11 James s. of James Audrewes. Aff. made for Andrews 

12 Isabella Chitwell. Aff. made 
18 Katharin Goodman. Aff. made 

21 Thomas s. of Richard Himmons. No aff. 

28 Thomas Wingatt. Aff. made 

29 John Rogers. Aff. made for Roggers 
Aug. 10 John s. of Nathaniel Martin. Aff. made 

14 Richard Brown. Aff. made for Browen 

16 "William s. of Richard Harris. Aff. made 

22 Aff. made Aug. 22 for George s. of Edward Gaile, but no entry in Register 
31 Also Aff. made Aug. 31 for Elizabeth dau. of Henry Meare, but no 

entry in Register 

Sept. 20 John s. of Gregory Shepherd. Aff. made Sept. 21 

22 Jaine Morris. Aff. made 
Oct. 2 Hugh Parker. Aff. made 

7 John s. of Thomas Leech. Aff. made [misplaced] 

Nov. 6 Simon Wolfendme. Aff. made for Wolfenden 

14 John s. of Robert Francklin. Aff. made 

18 "William s. of Robert Neames. Aff. made 

19 John Gippin, a parish child. Aff. made 

23 Mary dau. of John Jepson. Aff. made 
Dec. 7 Ann Allen. Aff. made for Aellen 

10 Katherine dau. of Thomas Croker. Aff. made 
21 Thomas s. of William Thorowgood. Aff. made 
21 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Osbourn. Aff. made 

Jan. 3 John Frowd. Aff. made 

3 Mary dau. of George Snell. Aff. made 

3 Henry s. of Thomas Dowell. Aff. made 

6 John Jesjjer. Aff. made 

21 M'-s Elizabeth Snell, in the church. No aff. 

26 William s. of William Thorowgood. Aff. made 

27 Mary dau. of AYilliam Clark. Aff. made 
31 George s. of George King. Aff. made 

Feb. 12 James s. of James Poynting. Aff. made 

17 Magdehne Guntun. Aff. made for Guntton 

21 Mary dau. of John Colier. Aff. made for Collier 

23 Lydia dau. of John Necson. Aff. made 

25 Wallter Few. Aff. made 

28 Elizabeth Saunders. Aff. made for Sanders 
Mar. 6 Arabela Nat. Aff. made for Natt 

7 Elizabeth Sneesby. Aff. made 

11 Alice Dilkes. Aff. made 

20 John s. of John Cowin. Aff. made 



84 ilEGISTEHS OF ST. BENE^T, PAUL's WHAR3P. 

1692. 

Tomazin dan. of Thomas Wolfe. Aff. made 

Elizabeth dau. of John Denham. Af£. made 

Ealfe s. of Henry Stevens. Aff. made 

John s. of Roger Corderey. Aff. made as Cordary 

John s. of Richard Baret. Aff. made 

David Jones. Aff. made 

Elizabeth dau. of Richard Sheffild. Aff. made 

Aff. made for Mary Robesun, of which name there is no mention in the 

Register 
Richard s. of Edward Shaw. Aff. made June 13 for Edward Shaw 
John s. of William Atwood. Aff. made June 18 
Elizabeth Plant. Aff. made June 29 
John s. of John Amber. Aff. made July 6 

Aff. made July 29 for Elizabeth Hill, not mentioned iu the Register 
Philip Burges. Aff. made Aug. 6 
Richard Dauren. Aff. made Aug. 6 as Daren 
Hugh s. of Hugh Parker. Aff. made Aug. 23 
Edward s. of Thomas Gribpes. Aff. made Sept. 9 as Gripes 
William and Mary, two twins, s. & dau. of Richard Sheffild. Aff. made 

Sept. 9 
Mary dau. of John Cox. Aff. made Sept. 17 
Elizabeth Beene. Aff. made Oct. 17 as Been 
Elizabeth dau. of Aron Vauhan. No aff. 
Mary dau. of Philip Vauhan. No aff. 
Thomas Grinniker. Aff. made Nov. 5 
Ann w. of Robert Carter. Aff. made Nov. 5 
Aff. made Nov. 5 for Peter Barten, of which name there is no entry in 

the Register, 
Robert s. of Robert Welsh. Aff. made for Wellsh 
William Wolfe. Aff. made Dec. 28 
Susanna Surety, a servant to M'" Cantril, from S' Peter's parish, in y® 

church. Aff. made Nov. 29 
Mary dau. of Wallter Few. Aff. made Dec. 28 
Mary dau. of Edward Cooke, in the church. Aff. made Dec. 28 for 

Cook 
William s. of William Pollett. Aff. made Jan. 7 for Pollet 
M'' Henary Brice, minister, in y'' church. Aff. made Jan. 6 
William s. of Heiiary Ogers. Aff. made Jan. 7 
Rebecka dau. of Richard Sheffield. Aff. made Jan. 4 
John Eilce. Att". made Jan. 22 for John Pilch 
Isaac s. of M'" John Degraves, from S*^ Peters, in the church. Aff. 

made Feb. 2 
Anne dau. of M'' Thomas Slyfford. Aff. made Feb. IH for Slifford 
Mis Ellinnor dau. of Sir Charles Hedges, under a Toumstone in y" 

churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 16 
Elizabeth Grisel. Aff. made Mar. 10 
Anthonej"^ s. of Frances Fraucklin. Aff. made Mar. 23 

1693. 

Ellinnor dau. of Nathanel Crumpt. Aff. made for Crump 
Anne Barnett, from Christ's Hospitall. Aff. made 
Sarah dau. of Thomas Burtt. Aff. made May 10 
Mary Anthoney. Aff. made May 16 
John 8. of William Neeson. Aff. made May 29 



Mar. 


25 


May 


2 
4 




9 




11 




15 




18 




18 


June 10 




15 




26 


July 


3 

29 


Aug. 


1 




5 




21 


Sept. 


7 

7 




16 


Oct. 


8 




12 




15 




27 


Nov. 


4 




5 




13 




27 


Dec. 


17 




25 




27 


Jan. 


1 




2 




2 




3 




19 




30 


Feb. 


8 




9 


Mar 


. 8 




22 


April 15 
25 


May 


• 7 
15 




26 



BURIALS. 85 

1693 

May 30 Anne dau. of James Poynting. Ajff made Juue 3 

June 12 William s. o£ William Leech. Aff. made June 14 

18 Mary w. of Eichard Sadler, parretar, in church. Aff. made June 21 

19 James s. of jNTathanel Rawlines. Aff. made June 21 
July 13 Anthoney Marshall, seu^ Aff. made for Martiall 

15 Sarah Bartolet. Aff. made July 17 

21 John s. of John Stevens, in church. Aff. made July 24 

29 Isaac s. of Willi. im Neeson. Aff. made Aug. 1 
Aug. 14 Thomas s. of Thomas Graves. Aff. made Aug. 16 

20 Janne dau. of Widdow Marchall. Aff. made Aug. 21 for Marshall 
23 Mary dau. of William Ernsby. Aff. made Aug. 24 for Ernsbey 
26 Isabela dau. of Robert Smith. Aff. made 

30 John s. of Thomas Osborn. Aff. made 

Sept. 6 Isabela dau. of Thomas Singeorge, chancel. Aff. made 

21 Ruth dau. of Nathanel Martin. Aff. made 

Oct. 10 Aff. made Oct. 10 for William Price, of which there is no entry in the 
Kegister 

26 M'- Brice Seed. Aff. made 

Nov. 1 AVilliara s. of William Steed, in church. Aff. made 

8 Richard Borington. Aff. made for Borrington 
18 John s. of Richard Chambers. Aff. made 

23 David s. of David Saraziu, from S' Peters, in church. Aff. made 
Dec. 8 M'' Grriffith Pewgh, under the steeps of the nostre house. Aff. made 
Jan. 18 Ellinnore Hall, in church. Aff. made 

20 George Shrosbury. Aff. made 

Eeb. 6 Smalbone dau. of Roger Young. Aff. made 

13 Elizabeth Rices. Aff. made 

13 Sarah Kerfoot. Aff. made 

13 Mary dau. of John Kerfoot. Aff. made 

24 John s. of Richard Booker. Aff. made Feb. 26 

25 A unbaptized male child of William Gregory. Aff. made 

1694. 

April 3 M'' John Stevens, in church. Aff. made Apr. 5 

10 Ruth Bennett, a parish child. Aff. made Apr. 12 
13 John Deacon. Aft", made Apr. 15 

17 Anne Moorein. Aff. made Apr. 20 for Mooren 

May 2 James Martin. Aff. made May 4 

5 Mad Mary Clemens, in chancell. Aff. made May 7 

11 Frances Arpwood. Aff. made May 14 

13 Thomas s. of Thomas Neeson. Aff. made May 15 

23 Richard Sadler, parriter. Aff. made JNIay 25 

26 Samson s. of John Rushen. Aff. made 

June 5 Anne dau. of James Harbert. Aff. made June 7 

16 Samuel Laugham, in cliurch. Aff. made June 18 

27 Sarah dau. of Thomas Wolfe. xAff. made June£9, Wolf 
July 8 Richard s. of Richard Princes. Aff. made July 10 

9 James Cooper. Aff. made July 11 
11 Anna Boade. Aff. made July 13 

13 Robert s. of Richard Princes. Aft*, made July 15 

17 Anne Jonson. Aff. made July 19 

27 Elizabeth Holland. Aff. made July 29 

Aug. 5 William Harington. Aff. made Aug. 7 

10 William Ernesby. Aff. made Aug. 12 

14 Elizabeth Dallemor. Aff. for Dallemore made Aug. 16 
16 Hauna dau. of Richard Jinway. Aff. made Aug. 18 



86 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAIJL's WHARI*. 

1694 

Aug. 16 A Borthef child of John Walduck. No aff, 

Sept. 2 John s. of John Kerby. Aff. made Sept. 4 

15 Thomas s. of George Brampston, C at Law. Aff. made Sepb. 17 

24 Elizabeth Faulknor. Aff. made Sept. 26 for Faulknow 
28 Thomas Gipes. Aff. made Sept. 30 

Oct. 4 Thomas Budd. Aff. made Oct. 6 

14 William Pugh. Aff. made Oct. 16 

17 John s. of John At wood. Aff. made 

20 William Marshall. Aff. made Oct. 22 

Nov. 2 John s. of John Deane, from Mary Magdalen parish. Aff. made 
Nov. 4 

11 Sarah Few. Aff. made Nov. 13 

12 Ellis dau. of Eobert Kussel. Aff. made Nov. 14 

Dec. 18 Eichard s. of Richard Paggett, D»" at Law. Aff. made Dec. 20 

Jan. 6 Mary Gade. Aff. made Jan. 8 

8 Grace dau. of George Smith. Aff. made Jan. 10 

9 Anne dau. of Thomas Mager. Aff. made Jan. 10, Magor 
11 Mary Middelton, from the Hospetal. Aff. made Jan. 15 

Feb. 8 Elizabeth Tomsou. Aff. made Jan. 10 

25 Mary dau. of Eichard Booker. Aff. made Feb. 27 

26 Eobert s. of Eichard Bacon. Aff. made Feb. 27 

27 Eichard Farnfild. Aff. made Mar. 1 
Mar. 5 Mary Gitines. Aff. made Mar. 7 

6 Elizabeth Neames. Aff. made Mar. 7 

17 Ellinor Blackwell, in the church. Aff. made Mar. 20 

1695. 

Mar. 25 David s. of Eichard Farnfild. Aff. made Mar. 27 

28 Elizabeth dau. of Charls Middelton Aff. made 
April 7 Hannah dau. of Frances Eeynoldson. Aff. made 

10 Susanna Tower. Aff. made 

14 Katharin dau. of Euth Pugh. Aff. made for Pughe 

29 Sarah Limmer. Aff. made 
May 2 George Gregory. No aff. 

24 Mary dau. of William Brownue. ASi. made for Broowne 

81 Anne Gregory. Aff. made 

June 3 Georg s. of Bryant Nellson. Aff. made June 5 for George Bryant 

24 John s. of George Tomson. Aff. made June 26 

25 Edith Tipper. Aff. made June 27 

26 Mary Perkins. Aff. made June 27 

27 Thomas Tipper. Aff. made June 29 
July 7 Margrett Miller. Aff. made July 9 

7 Abegail dau. of Thomas Sponer. Aff. made July 9 

11 Sarah dau. of Eoger Coderey. Aff. made July 13 
Aug. 11 Eichard s. of Eichard Booker. Aff. made Aug. 14 

16 Anne dau. of Steven Waller, D»" of Law. Aff. made Aug. 18 
Sept. 4 William and James, twinn sons of John Ellis. Aff. made Sept. 6 

27 Kisear dau. of James Anderson. Aff. made Sept. 29 

Oct. 18 Mary Princs. Aff. made for Princes 

24 Edward s. of Edward Cooke. Aff. made Oct. 26 for Cook 

25 William s. of Gabril Sedwick. No aff. 
Nov. 3 Joanna Land. Aff. made Nov. 5 

8 Anne Barber. Aff. made Nov. 10 for Berber 
10 James Oldom. Aff. made Nov. 12 

10 Thomas Mager. Aff. made Nov. 12 for Magor 

12 Frances Francklin. Aff. made Nov. 14 



1695 


Nov. 


16 


Dec. 


13 


Jan. 


1 




2 




5 




28 


Feb. 


13 


Mar. 


3 




6 




10 




19 



BURIALS. 87 

Thomas Henary Palmer. Af£. made Nov. 18 

John Burton. Aff. made Dec. 15 

James Harbert. Aff. made Jan. 6 

Matha Clift. Aff. made Jan. 6 

Eicliard s. of Richard Hall. Af£. made Jan. 6 

James s. of D*^' George Oxenden, D*=^ at Law and Dean of the Arches, 

in church. Aff. made Jan. 29 
Esther Hand. Aff. made Feb. 14 
Jonah Forth. Aff. made Mar. 7 
Mis Elliuor Smitli, in the chancel. Aff. made Mar. 7 
Elizabeth Grew. Aff. made Mar. 11 
Aff. made 19 March for Joseph Cowin, but thece is no entry for the 

name in the Eegister. 

1696. 

April 2 Eichard Bennett. AfE. made April 6 

3 Simond Weaver. Aff. made April 6 

12 Henary Harbridge. Aff. made April 14 for Herbidg 
14 Mary Stakers. Aff. made April 16 

May 10 Sarah dau. of William Thoroughgood. Aff. made May 12 

19 John s. of Heiiarv Ilerbridge. Aff. made Mav 23 for Herbidg 

22 Eebekah dau. of Thomas Boade. Aff. made May 23 

26 Mary Bennett, a foundlin child. No aff. 

28 George Aiers. Aff. made May 30 
June 16 Beniamin Kenipton. Aff. made June 18 

July 5 Mis Anne Breton, in the churcli. Aff. made July'7 

18 John s. of John Luesee. Aff. made July 20 for Lusee 
Aug. 6 Thomas s. of Henary Herbridge. No aff. 

31 John s. of John Edwardes. Aff. made Sept. 5 

Sept. 5 Susanna Perrev. Aff. made Sept. 8 

16 Eb'zabeth dau/of John Ithell. Aff. made Sept. 18 

29 Samuel s. of Samuel Wheeler. Aff. made Oct. 2 

Oct. 8 Eichard s. of D<=t Eichard Paggett, D^' at Law, in the church. Aff. 
made Oct. 11 

19 Brigate Dickinson. Aff. made Oct. 20 for Dickenson 
Nov. 5 Thomas s. of Jesse Hale. Aff. made Nov. 9 for Halle 
Dec. 13 Jonathan s. of John Neeson. Aff. made Dec. 15 

19 Henary Ford, Procter, in the clmrch. Aff. made Dec. 23 

21 Barnett s. of Valentin Eawlins. Aff. for Eawlines made Dec. 23 
Jan, 19 Tomzin dau. of Mary Sier. Aff. made Jan. 21 

24 Sarah dau. of Henary Mayes. Aff. made Jan. 26 

Feb. 6 A Bortive child of Joseph Dowell. No aff. 

26 Elizabeth Branch. Aff. made Feb. 27 

Mar. 3 Elizabeth dau. of Evan Pngh. Aff. made Mar. 11 

9 Anne Smith, a almes woman. Aff. made Mar. 11 

13 Eoger Moodey, a shoulger. No aff. 

13 Henary s. of 1)'=' Henary Newton. Aff. made Mar. 18 

17 Elinor dau. of John Clerk. Aff. made March 18 

22 Mary dau. of William Busby. Aff. made March 24 

23 Agnes dau. of Henry Oggers. Aff. made March 24 for Ogers 

1697. 

May 1 Sarah Boulton. Aff. made May 4 

3 Jane dau. of Thomas Hetchkoct. Aff. made May 4 
9 Nathaniell Dion. Aff. made May 12 



88 KEGISTEKS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1697 

May 19 Aun dau. of Thomas Tatolow. Aff. made May 22 

24 Elizabeth Tatolow. Aff. made May 27 

2i Katheriue dau. of John Degrave, churcli. No aff. 

Juue 1 AVilliam Newens, an unbaptized child. Aff. made June 4 

19 John Gadd. Aff. made Juue 22 for Gad 

28 Aff. made 28 Juue for Thomas Farmau, but no entry in Eegister 

July 5 Sarah dau. of "William Clark. Aff. made July 7 for Clerk 

21 Joanna Prince. Aff. made July 23 

21 Hannah dau. of Kichard Prince. Aff. made July 23 

24 William s. of Daniell Wattson. Aff. made July 27 for Watson 

25 Elizabeth dau. of Marke Dowell. Aff. made July 2 
Aug. 13 Mary dau. of Kichard Jones. Aff. made Aug. 17 

27 Elizabeth Exton, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 30 
Sept. 1 Gabriell Sedwick. Aff. made Sept. 4 

2 Adam s. of Kichard Warrin. Aff. made Sept. 4 

15 Hannah dau. of William Newens. Aff. made Sept. 17 

23 Gooldsmith Milles, Prot^ in y^ church. Aff. made Sept. 28 

28 Aff. made Sept. 28 for Sarah Wattes, but there is no entry in the 

Eegister 

13 [sic'] Deborah dau. of Deborah Parker. Aff. made Sept. 15 

Oct. 14 Eebecca dau. of Thomas Wood. Aff. made Oct. 15 

Nov. 14 Mary dau. of Edward Green. Aff. made Nov. 17 

25 Dorathy Hickes, in v*= church. Aff. made Nov. 24 
Dee. 5 Elizabeth Dowell. Aff. made Dec. 8 

26 John Gipes, pish, child. Aff. made Dec. 29 

27 Samuel s. of Joshua Eayner. Aff. made Dec. 29 
30 Ann Underbill, in y« church. Aff. made Jan. 5 

Jan. 7 Erancis s. of Erancis Loynes. Aff. made Jan. 12 

12 Susanna dau. of D^' Giles Pooly, from Si^ Gregories, in y^ church. Aff. 

made Jan. 14 for Poolley 

16 Elizabeth Bennett, a foundling child. No aff. . 

16 Ann dau. of Eowland AVilliams. Aff. made Jan. 20 for William 

17 Benjamin s. of Eobert Neames. Aff. made Jan. 20 

18 Henry s. of Henry Brudges. Aff. made Jan. 22 

19 Eobert How, minister. Aff. made Jan. 22 

21 Mary dau. of Thomas Eorth. Aff. made Jan. 25 

30 Elizabeth Dun, Almeswoman, in y*^ church. Aff. made Feb. 1 

Eeb. 5 A still born child of George Harden. No aff. 

6 Williaai s. of John Kempt. Aff. made Eeb. 9 for Kempe 

20 Martha dan. of Eoger Corderoy. Aff. made Feb. 23 for Cordory 
Mar. 1 Eatherine dau. of D"" Stephen Waller, D'' at law, in y^ church. Aff, 

made March 9 

6 Katheriue Hiusmaii. Aff. made Mar. 9 

6 Mary dau. of Daniel Stakes. Aff. made March 12 for Stackes 

8 Henry s. of Henry Smith. AS. made March 12 

8 Henry Price's. Aff. made March 12 

1698. 

April 8 Elizabeth dau. of John Eaworth. Aff. made Apr. 13 

28 Ann dau. of Jolin Leusea. Aff. made April 30 for Leuces 
30 William Pickkett. Aff. made May 6 

May 4 Mary dau. of Edwardes [sic]. Aff. made May 6 for Mary Edwardes 

13 Joannah Tucker. Aff. made May 18 
June 13 Henry Harper. Aff. made Juue 15 

27 Sarah dau. of Daniel Prichard. Aff. made June 30 

July 11 Eoger s. of Eoger Smith. No aff. 



BURIALS. 89 

1698 

July 12 Nicholas Wiatt. A if. made July 15 

Aug. 16 Elizabeth dau. of Joseph Hopkins. Aff. made Aug. 19 for Hopkin 

26 John s. of Richard Hemings. Aff. made Aug. 31 for Heming 

26 M'^ Alice Cottell, in the chancell. Aff. made Aug. 31 
28 Mary Hodgkinson. Aff. made Aug. 31 

28 William Jones, a child. Aff. made Aug. 31 
Sept. 4 Peter Atkins. Aff. made Sept. 14 

8 Debora dau. of William Jones. Aff. made Sept. 14 

18 Mary dau. of John Higgison. Aft', made Sept. 23 
Nov. 18 Samuell s. of Samuell Aderley. Aff. made Nov. 23 

25 Elioiier Newton. Aff. made Nov. 30 

Dec. 2 Frances Russell. Aff. made Dec. 7 for Rusel 

10 Godfrey Cooper. Aff. made Dec. 14 

11 Mary dau. of Kdward Grreen. Aff. made Dec. 14 

13 Joseph Backhouse. Aff. made Dec. 14 for Backhous 

19 Jane dau. of I'homas Boad. Aff. made Dec. 23 for Boade 

27 Mary dau. of Thomas Haynes. Aff. made Dec. 30 
Jan. 3 Ann Allin. Aff. made Jan. 10 

10 Daniell s. of Daniell Smith. Aff. made Jan. 13 
Eeb. 4 Ann dau. of John Denham. Aff. made Feb. 7 

6 Ann dau. of Joseph Eow. No aff. 

12 William s. of William Eeding. No aff. 

15 George s. of D'' George Bramston. No aff. 

23 Alexander Myers. No aff. 

24 Sarah dau. of Valentine Rawlins. No aff. 
Mar. 3 Gregory s. of Gregory Shepherd. No aff. 

3 Elizabeth Bouvier. No aff. 

3 Andrew Payler. No aff. 
6 John Esger. No aff. 

13 George s. of Daniel Prichard. Aff. made March 16 
19 M'- John Sliford. Aff. made March 25 for Slyford 

1699. 

April 7 Robert s. of M'' Samuel Shepherd. Aff. made April 14 for Shepard 

27 Mary Benning, widow. Aff. made April 27 for Beniug 

29 Esther dau. uf William Wood. Aff. made May 3 

30 Martha Ogers. Aff. made May 3 
May 7 Peter s. of Peter Barton. No aff. 

12 William Fisher, labourer. Aff. made May 13 

June 25 Abraham Willson. Aff. made June 27 

26 Thomas s. of Thomas Swinhow. Aff. made June 27 

26 William s. of Robert Barber. Aff. made June 28 

July 3 Ann dau. of M^' Ralph Lane, in y^ church. Aff. made July 6 

4 John s. of Rowland Williams. Aff. made July 6 for Williames 

6 Rachell Parker. Aff. made July 10 

7 Margaret Busby, in y" church. Aff. made July 10 

14 Nicholas Loveland. Aff. made July 18 

17 Ambross Moorhen. Aff. made July 18 for Morhen 

18 Mary Edwards. Aff. made July 21 for Edwardes 

27 Richard Sadler. Aff. made July 31 

28 John s. of John Bilton. Aff. made July 31 

Aug. 9 Mary dau. of Matthew Schoonswere. Aff. made Aug. 14 for Scoous- 
weer. 

11 John Young. Aff. made Aug. 14 

18 Elizabeth Smyth, from S' Christophers, in the church, Aff. made 
Aug. 22 

VOL. IV. N 



90 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL's WHARF. 

1699 

Sept. 21 John s. of Matthew Schoonsweer. Aff. made Sept. 23 for Scoonsweer 

26 Sarah Wood. AfF. made Sept. 29 

27 Elizabeth dau. of Phillip Cobb. Aff. made Sept. 29 

28 Frances Robinson, from S' Martins, Ludgate, in y® church. No aff. 

28 Mary Fisher. Aff. made Sept. 30 

29 Mary dau. of Daniel Watson. Aff. made Sept. 30 
Oct. 24 Mary dau. of George Tomson. Aff. made Oct. 27 

25 Mary dau. of Joseph Frind. Aff. made Oct. 27 

Nov. 8 Grace Tiller, a pensioner. Aff. made Nov. 10 

13 Sarah Price. Aff. made N9V. 15 

Dec. 7 Mary Palmer, from S* James', Clarkenwell. AfE. made Dec. 9 for 
Pamer 

7 M''^ Rebecca Bramstone, in the north-east end in ye chancel in y** 

church. Aff. made Dec. 9 for Branston 

Jan. 4 Thomas Haynes. Aff. made Jan. 8 

8 Thomas Bedford, carry ed away. No aff. 

Feb. 21 John Lewis, from S' Thomas Hospital. Aff. made Feb. 23 for Leuesce 

25 Mary Brice, from S* Giles, Cripplegate. Aff. made Feb. 27 

28 Ellice dau. of John Ellies. Aff. made March 4 for Elizabeth EUies 

1700. 

April 3 Loward Muncey. Aff. made April 5 

5 John s. of Daniell Smith. Aff. made April 9 

7 Richard Spooner, pencioner. Aff. made April 9 

11 Elizabeth dau. of John Jacob. Aff. made April 15 

11 John s. of .John Maning. Aff. made April 15 
May 20 Martha dau. of George King. Aff. made May 22 

26 Thomas Bennt, from M'' Higgison. Aff. made May 28 as Bent 
June 13 A man found dead in y" Thames, &c. 

15 There is an affidavit made June 15 for Thomas Murrill, but there is no 

entry for the name in the Register 

27 John s. of George Banber. No aff. 

July 4 George s. of Richard Booker. Aff. made July 8 

13 Mary French, carryed away. No aff. 

16 John Wilkeson, carryed away. No aff. 

30 Margarett dau. of Thomas Pernell. Aff. made as Parnell 
Aug. 5 M''^ Elizabeth Constable, in y<= church. Aff. made Aug. 7 

20 George s. of Thomas Svvinhow. Aff. made Aug. 23 

28 An affidavit is made Aug. 28 for Anne Bennett, but there is no entry in 

the Register 

29 Charles Cooke, carryed away. No aff. 

Sept. 6 Ann Bedford, a servant mayd. Aff. made Sept. 11 

9 Katherine dau. of Gregory Shepheard. Aff. made Sept. 11 for Shepard 

12 Mary dau. of George Harding. No aff. 

12 Sarah dau. of Thomas Hartwell. Aff. made Sept. 13 

29 Mary dau. of Richard Hemings. No aff. 

Oct. 2 John 8. of David Mash. Aff. made Oct. 5 for Marsh 

27 William Aspetall. Aff. made Oct. 29 for Aspetal 

31 Sir James Hublon, Kn', from Winchest' Street, in vault. Aff. made 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 13 Thomas s. of Richard Heiiinings. Aff. made Nov. 18 for Homing 

17 Sherlett dau. of William Walker. Aff. made Nov. 25 

18 An aff. is made on Nov. 18 for James More ; no entry in Register 
25 Richard s. of Richard Hemings. Aff. made Nov. 28 for Homing 

Dec. 19 Thomas s. of Henry Peverel. Aff. made Dec. 24 for Peveriel 

27 Thomas Leech. Aff. made Dec. 31 



feURIALS. 91 

1700 

Jan. 1 Jane Eichmond, Almeswoman. Aff. made Jan. 7 for Jone 

5 Richard Nott. Aff. made Jau, 7 

18 Theopiielus s. of M"" William Wollaston, clergyman, carryed away. 
No aff. 

18 Thomas s. of Samuell Wheeler. Aff. made Jan. 21 

19 William s. of George King. Aff. made Jan. 21 

29 Eichard Nego, a black. Aff. made Feb. 4 for Negor 

31 John s. of Richard Quinton. Aff. made Feb. 4 

Feb. 6 Dorathy dau. of M'' Ralph Lane, in y^ church. Aff. made Feb. 8 

19 John s. of William Astinn, in y** church. Aff. made Feb. 22 for 
Astill 

Mar. 5 Edward Matthews. Aff. made Mar. 8 for Mathews 

6 Thomas s. of Thomas Hiusman, carryed away. No aff. 
15 Sarah Alliu, widow, carryed away. No aff. 

19 Elizabeth dau. of Elizabeth Bonner, pentioner. No aff. 

1701. 

April 18 Rebecca dau. of Henry Oagars. Aff. made April 22 for Oadgers 

26 John Cowin, from S* Bartholomew Hospitall. Aff. made April 29 

27 William s. of William Neweus. Aff. made April 29 
May 2 S'' Tho. Pinfold, Kn', carryed away. No aff. 

15 Edward s. of Edward Nicholes. Aff. made May 19 for Nicholls 

16 Henry s. of Henry Oagars. Aff. made May 19 for Odgers 
18 Sarah Dowell. Aff. made May 21 

22 Ann dau. of William Heath. No aff. 

29 Aff. made May 29 for Rebecca Odgers, Aff. made May 29 for Edward 
Gale, neither of which are in the Register 

June 5 Elizabeth Nott, widow. Aff. made June 11 

5 Ann Bennett, a found child. Aff. made June 11 

9 Rebecca dau. of Thomas Boade. Aff. made June 11 

12 Elizabeth dau. of John Funges. Aff. made June 14 

July 4 Jane Quick. Aff. made July 7 

18 Elizabeth dau. of Richard Alderige. No aff. 

23 David s. of David Marsh. Aff. made July 26 

29 Katherine Thorogood. Aff. made July 31 
Aug. 17 George Harding. Aff. made Aug. 26 

22 James s. of James Faircloth. Aff. made Aug. 26 

24 John s. of John Sleigh. No aff. 

25 Francis s. of Franciss Hamilton. Aff. made Aug. 27 

30 Samuell s. of Evan Pugh, in the vault under ye vestre house steps. 

Aff. made Sept. 4 

Sept. 12 Margaret dau. of Thomas Swinhow. Aff. made Sept. 15 

14 Toinzin dau. of William Bell. Aff. made Sept. 15 

23 John Philpot, Junior. No aff. 

26 Margaret dau. of John Harding. Aff. made Sept. 29 
Oct. 2 Martha dau. of Thomas Deadman. Aff. made Oct. 4 

30 Ann w. of Gregory King, Esq*', in the chancell. Aff. made Oct. 31 

Nov. 4 Margaret Bisecur. No aff. 

17 Martha Deadman. Aff. made Nov. 20 

30 Mary dau. of John Maning. Aff. made Dec. 3 

Dec. 14 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Hinsman. No aff. 

28 Sarah wife of Richard Booker. Aff. made Dec. 31 
Jan. 5 William Johnson. Aff. made Jan. 10 for Jonson 

7 Ann Jackson, widdow. No aff. 

8 Robert Dawson. Aff. made Jan. 10 

9 Ann w. of John Stockdon. Aff. made Jan. 10 



92 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUl's WHARF. 

1701 

Jan. 14 Charles Bodingfield. AfE. made Jan. 17 

24 John James Bennard, Capt., in y« North Isle in y« church. No aff. 

Feb. 1 Edward s. of Edward Grale, Sexstone. Aff. made Eeb. 5 

10 Susanna Seawell. No aff. 

10 Alice dau. of John Mannell. Aff. made March 12 

1702. 

Mar. 31 Leonard s. of Leonard "Wiseman. No aff. 

April 21 Mary dau. of George Boheam. Aff. made April 24 

28 Thomas s. of Thomas Lyon, Proctor. No aff. 

May 4 Mary Filkes, widdow. Aff. made May 8 for Feilces 

4 John s. of John Funges. Aff. made May 8 

7 Margaret dau. of M'' John Todd, clergyman, carryed away. No aff. 

7 William s. of Dorsett Surbey. Aff. made May 8 for Surby 

31 Henry Brice, from S'^ Anns, Aldergate, in the church. Aff. made June 4 
June 4 James Athee. Aff. made June 8 

17 Thomas Bowen. Aff. made for Bowin 

July 2 Mary dau. of William Mores. Aff. made July 7 

3 M""^ Mary Bankes, widdow, in the church, from S' Peter's, Paul's Wharf. 
Aff. made July 7 for Banckes 

18 Ann dau. of John Burtwhisell, carryed away. No aff. 
20 Katheriue Topple. No aff. 

26 Thomas Hogkinson, Pentioner. Aff. made July 28 for Hoglinson 

29 Abortive child of M'' Evan Pugh's. No aff. 
Aug. 3 Edward s. of John Denham. Aff. made Aug. 5 

8 M''= Ursula Slyford, widdow, in y« church. Aff. made Aug. 14 

11 Mary dau. of ElizalDeth AVoster. Aff. made Aug. 14 

12 Samuell Todtherridge. Aff. made Aug. 14 for Todtheridg 
Sept. 8 Eobert s. of Daniell Waitson. Aff. made Sept. 12 for Watson 

9 William s. of William Bead. Aff. made Sept. 12 
17 John s. of Joseph Dowell. Aff. made Sept. 22 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Charles Allin. Aff. made Sept. 22 

29 Elizabeth w. of William Wilkes. Aff. made Oct. 2 

Oct. 5 Marcey Dowell. Aff. made Oct. 7 

12 Elizabeth dau. of William Wilkes. No aff. 

16 Mather Toung. Aff. made Oct. 23 

22 Sarah dau. of Richard Aldderridg. Aff. made Oct. 23 

Nov. 6 Thomas s. of Thomas Burdges. Aff. made Nov. 9 for Burges 

6 William Fleckett. Aff. made Nov. 9 

17 Francis Loynes. Aff. made Nov. 21 

19 Eichard s. of Kichard Cuter. Aff. made Nov. 21 

19 John Johnson, carried away. No aff. 

25 Elizabeth dau. of Philip Cobb. Aff. made Nov. 30 
29 Thomas s. of Thomas Parnell. Aff. made Nov. 30 

Dec. 11 William s. of William Tavenor. Aff. made Dec. 14 for Tavaner 

15 Elizabeth Belt, widdow. Aff. made Dec. 17 

27 Prisiler dau. of John Bedmayo. Aff. made Dec. 29 
Jan. 1 Mary dau. of John Todd, minister, carried away. No aff. 

17 Margarett dau. of Eobert Hycraft. Aff. made Jan. 19 

26 James Quinton. Aff. made Jan. 28 

28 Aff. made 28 Jan. for John Neeson, but no entry in the Eegister 

29 Mary dau. of Moses Clayton. Aff. made Feb. 1 

Feb. 3 Magare G-illies. wid. Aff. made Feb. 5 for Margarett Guiles 

3 Mary dau. of Peter Marshall. Aff. made Feb. 5 

18 George s. of William Heath. Aff. made Feb. 20 
24 D°* George Oxenden, carried away. No aff. 



fiURtALS. &3 

1702 

Feb. 25 Breget Constable, in the church. Aff. made Feb. 27 

Mar. 1 Sarah dau. of Daniel Smith. Aff. made Marcli 3 

7 Ellmner Warnner. Aff. made March II tor Warner 

8 John s. of John Jacobes. Aff. made March 11 

9 Frances Shepard, in the church. Aff. made March 11 

10 William Miller, carried away. No aff. 

11 Sir Thomas Singeorge,* carried away. No aff. 

14 Benjamin s. of Walter Eawlins. Aff. made March 19 
17 James Wheetley, in the church. Aff. made March 19 

1703. 

Mar. 26 Francis s. of Thomas Hinsman. Aff. made Mar. 31 

28 Mary dau. of Edward Hemming. Aff. made Mar. 31 

April 5 Henry s. of Henry Peveril. Aff. made April 7 

12 Elizabeth Eckley. Aff. made April 15 

27 Michael s. of George Tomson. Aff. made April 29 
May 14 Mary dau. of Thomas Boade. AW. made May 18 

17 John Stevens. Aff. made May 18 

21 Frances Stevens, Almswoman. Aff. made May 25 
June 7 Elizabeth dau. of John Maning. Aff. made June 9 

11 Mary Loder, carried away. INo aff. 

13 Charles Christian. Aff. made June 15 

16 Jane Dawsou. Aff. made June 18 

22 Simmond Noyes. Aff. made June 24 

26 John s. of William Moress. Aff. made June 30 for William Mores 

28 Ester Oldam, widdow. Aff. made June 30 

July 7 Elizabeth dau. of George Tomson. Aff. made July 10 

9 Thomas s. of Thomas Goolden. Aff. made July 10 

17 James s. of Thomas Swinhow. Aff. made July 20 
24 Mary Welch, carried away. No aff. 

27 Hannah Wheatley, in the church. Aff. made July 30 for Wheetley 

28 Anne Merrill, widdow, in the church. Aff. made July 30 
Aug. 26 Elizabeth Burtwisel, carried Bethelem. No aff. 

26 John s. of Zephaniah Lumby. Aff. made Aug. 28 

31 Mary Brown, wid. Aff. made Sept. 3 

Sept. 5 Samuel s. of William Moress. Aff. made Sept. 11 for Mores 

9 Cordelia dau. of William Tavenor. Aff. made Sept. 11 for Taverner 

12 William Richardson, gent., in the church. Aff. made Sept. 14 

12 William Hunt. Aff. made Sept. 14 

26 Elizabeth Willshire. Aff. made Sept. 28 for Wiltshire 

Oct. 10 Elizabeth of Edward Hemming. Aff. made Oct. 12 

15 Edward s. of John Jolley. Aff. made Oct. 21 

19 John s. of John EUies. Aff. made Oct. 21 
22 John xitkines. Aff. made Oct. 26 for Atkins 

29 Elizabeth dau. of Francis Hamilton. Aff. made Nov. 2 
31 Robert liycraft. Aff. made Nov. 2 

Nov. 10 Jane dau. of D'^^ Edward Gee, carried away. No aff. 

10 Hannah dau. of James Franckliu, Aff. made Nov. 16 

11 Matgret Leader. Aff. made Nov. 16 

13 John s. of John Webster. Aff. made Nov. 16 

20 George s. of George Quick. Aff. made Nov. 23 
Dec. 10 Sarah Burdges, wid. Aff. made Dec. 15 

22 Sarah dau. of Sarah Leech, wid. No aff. 

23 Robert s. of John Palmer. Aff". made Dec. 24 
28 Anne dau. of Daniel Smith. Aff. made Dec. 30 

* Garter. Buried at Woodford in Essex. — Ed. 



94 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1703 

Jan. 7 Elizabeth dau. of Elizabeth Noyes, wid. No aff. 

7 John s. of Thomas Sexton. Atf. made Jan. 11 
18 Joseph Waterman. Aff. made Jan. 21 

18 Eandal Pickett. Aff. made Jan. 21 

19 Samuel Dowell. Aff. made Jan. 21 

20 Jaue Few, wid. Aff. made Jan. 22 

Feb. 3 .Jeremiah s. of .James Kobards. Aff. made Feb. 8 

5 Susanna Shoj^ard, wid. Aff. made Feb. 8 

23 Presilier dau. of Rowland Williams. Aff. made Feb. 25 for Williames 

28 David s. of David Pace. No aff. 

28 Vincent s. of William Read. Aff. made March 3 

Mar. 5 Rouland Leuices. Aff. made March 7 

20 John Walter. No aff. 

1704. 

Mar. 27 William s. of Edward Cooke, Proctor, in the church. Aff. made 
March 29 for Cook 

28 John Kemp. Aff. made April 1 

31 John Farmer. Aff. made April 1 

April 4 Hannah Cordery, wid. Aff. made April 7 

9 John Defnish. Aff. made April 12 for Devnish 

9 Jane dau. of William Read. Aff. made April 12 

May 5 Anthouey and Francis, twine of Edward Hemming. No aff. 

9 Thomas Booker, porter to Commoues. Aff. made May 11 

13 William s. of George Southerland. Aff. made May 16 for Southland 

17 Henry Renoldes. Aff. made May 19 

17 Elizabeth da. of Thomas Welles. Aff. made May 19 

23 Austin s. of George Wakford. Aff. made May 26 

31 John Redmayn. Aff. made June 3 

June 4 Mary Harper. Aff. made June 8 

4 Sarah Kerby. Aff. made June 8 

6 John Parker. Aff. made June 8 
July 13 Ruth Jones. Aff. made July 15 

16 Ellinnor dau. of Thomas Willmot, Procter, in tlie church. Aff . made 

July 18 

16 Mary dau. of Anne Kemp, wid. No aff. 

30 William Moress. Aff. made Aug. 4 for Mores 

Aug. 20 Henry s. of Henry Peverill. xlff. made Aug. 25 

22 Elizabeth Barr. Aff. made Aug. 25 

23 Anne dau. of William Heath. Aff. made Aug. 25 

8* Elizabeth Baxter, in ihe church. Aff. made Sept. 12 for Bexter 

15* Francis Robinson. Atf. made Sept. 16 

Oct. 19 Anne dau. of William Mapleback. Aff. made Oct. 24 

20 Margarett Toung, wid. Aff. made Oct. 24 

27 Elizabetii dau. of Thomas Hinsman. Aff. made Oct. 30 

Nov. 2 Charles Bennett, a foundling child. Aff. made Nov. 4 

6 Hannah Atkins, carried away. No aff. 

8 The Lady Elizabeth Singeorge, carried away. No aff. 

8 Mary Ashenton, Almeswoman, in the church. Aff. made Nov. 10 

10 AVilliam Haynes. Aff. made Nov. 14 

15 Mary dau. of John Palmer. Aff. made Nov. 18 for Pamer 

19 William Griffeth. No aff. 

13ec. 2 Nicholas Charlton, Esq'% carried away. No aff. 

6 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Aleoffo, !)<=' of laws, in the church. Aff. made 
Dec. 8 for Ayloffo 

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BURIALS. 95 

Edward s. of Edward Gale, Sexton. Aff. made Dec. 15 

Catharin Wheigham. Aff. made Jan. 13 

Elizabeth Marsh. Aff. made Jan. 17 

Elizabeth dau. of Richard Aldridge. Aff. made Jan. 29 for 

Alldridge 
Angle, a bastard child of Mary Been. No aff. 
Enoch s. of John Denham. Aff. made Jan. 29 
Henry s. of Henry Man. Af£. made Feb. 6 
Ailce Toung, wid. Aff. made Feb. 6 
Eebecca dau. of Augustin Medeows. Aff. made Feb. 6 
Aff. made Feb. 6 for Sarah Peasly, but no entry in Register 
Aff. made Feb. 13 for Susanna Cater, but no entry in Register 
Aff. made Feb. 13 for Anne Hare, but no entry in Register 
Aff. made Feb. 22 for Jane Fermar, but no entry in Register 
Elizabeth Ellies. Aff. made Feb. 28 
Luscea dau. of William Thomas, carried away. No aff. 
Robert s. of Koger Young. Aff. made March 3 
Henry s. oF Henry LLoyd. Aff. made March 3 
ElizalDeth Sadler, wid. and penshenor. Aff. made March 16 
Elizabeth Francklin, wid. Aff. made March 16 
A still borne child of M'" Butcher's. No aff. 

1705. 

Elizabeth Gringer. Aff. made April 3 

Mary Griffett. Aff. made April 13 

HenVy s. of John Sleigii. Aff. made April 17 

Elizabeth dau. of Robert Constable, in the church. Aff. made 

April 17 
Sarah dau. of David Paces. Aff. made May 15 
Mary Gale. Aff. made May 22 
Elizabeth Higgison. Aff. made Mav 22 for Higginson 



'bo 



John Morsse. Aff. made May 22 for Morss 

Samuel Shepard. Aff. made June 15 

Robert s. of Nicholas Atkines. Aff. made June 15 

A still born child of William Higgison. No aff. 

George s. of Henry Marvele. Aff. made July 10 

Philip s. of Philip Uick. Aff. made July 10 

Thomas s. of Thomas Swinhow. Aff. made July 13 

Richard s. of Richard Langston. Aff. made July 31 

Mary dau. of Thomas Gillies. Aff. made Aug. 30 

Robert s. of Thomas Cook, minister. Aff. made Sept. 5. 

Marmaduk Atkins, carried away. No aff. 

Elizabeth dau. of Philip Cobb. Aff. made Sept. 11 

John Johnson. Aff. made Sept. 21 

Anne dau. of William Read. Aff. made Sept. 29 

Edeth Farow, Almes Woman. Aff. made Oct. 16 

Andrew Lloyd, gent., under the Tomb gard. Aff. made Oct. 16 

Mis Elizabeth Shaw, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 24 

Jane dau. of John Ithel. No aff. 

Thomas Burdges. Aff. made Oct. 30 for Burges 

Ellinnor Fuller, penshenor. No aff. 

Robert Frauckes. Aff. made Nov. 23 

Mary dau. of Daniel Smith. Aff. made Nov. 30 

Henry s. of Mary Renoldes, wid. Aff. made Dec. 31 

Hannah dau. of Thomas Burdges. Aff. made Dec. 31 

Anne dau. of Richard Jones. Aff. made Jan. 8 



96 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL'S WHARF. 

1705 

Jan. 16 John s. of Edward Laces. Aff. made Jan. 21 

20 Sarah Powlwheel. AfF. made Jan. 21 

22 A still born child of Roger Young. No aff. 

24 John s. of Luke Widden. Aff. made Jan. 28 
Feb. 27 Samuel Mellett. Aff. made March 5 

Mar. 19 John s, of Pardinando "Wilde, carried away. No aff. 

1706. 

Mar. .30 Elizabeth Parker, carried to Bethelem. No aff. 

April 3 John s. of Robert Errington. Aff. made April 6 

7 Robert Norres. No aff. 

9 John s. of Edward Wheeler. Aff. made April 12 for Georg Wheeler 

27 Mary Crittinton. Aff. made April 30 

May 7 Robert s. of Robert Erriiigton. Aff. made May 10 

14 Jane dau. of Joseph Rayman. Aff. made May 17 
June 27 Richard s. of Richard Blakmoor. Aff. made June 29 
July 3 Presiela dau. of John Holland. Aff. made July 5 

12 Peter Challingwood. Aff. made July 15 

12 Anne dau. of William Busby, in church. No aff. 

17 Snsanna Bayley, wid., in the church. Aff. made July 23 

18 William Mapleback. Aff. made July 23 

25 Hannah of Henry Wilkin s [sic]. Aff. made July 30 
27 Elizabeth dau. of John Rowel. No aff. 

27 William s. of George Guest. Aff. made July 30 

80 Anne dau. of William A still, in church. Aff. made Aug. 2 

Aug. 6 Isabella dau. of D"^^ Steven Waller, in church. Aff. made Aug. 9 

13 Thomas s. of Michael Watkiu. Aff. made Aug. 20 for Watkins 

15 Mary Smith, a servant maid. Aff. made Aug. 20 

26 Margaret dau. of David Davies. Aff. made Aug. 30 
Sept. 30 Anne dau. of George Guest. Aff. made Oct. 4 
Oct. 4 Joseph s. of Daniel Stackes. Aff. made Oct. 8 

17 Charles s. of Charles King. Aff. made Oct. 22 

Nov. 12 Jane dau. of Edward Lasse. No aff. 

17 Anne Barrett. Aff. made Nov. 20 

Dec. 24 Catharin Witcrafe. Aff. made Dec. 31 

25 Hannah dau. of James Prancklin. Aff. made Dec. 31 
Jan. 21 James s. of John Dobbines. No aff. 

23 Anne Bozs. Aff. made Jan. 28 

26 John Jepsey. Aff. made Jan. 28 

Mar. 14 Cornlius of David Paices [sic']. Aff. made March 18 

23 Susanna Grestock, in church. Aff. made March 27 

1707. 

April 2 Elizabeth Merrill, in the church. Aff. made April 4 for Ann Merrill 

19 .lohn s. (if Henry Wilkin. Aff. made April 23 for Wilkins 
May 5 Elizabeth Purke's. Aff. made May 12 

9 Sarah Plumer. Aff. made May 12 

21 Elizabeth dau. of George Tomson. Aff. made May 28 
25 Anne Franckes. Aff. made May 28 

June 1 Rebecca dau. of Frances Hambleton. Aff. made June 9 

6 Millicent Challinwood. Aff. made June 9 

17 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Kiplin. Aff. made June 20 

July 10 William s. of Thomas Mobury. Aff. made July 17 

15 John s. of John Vanderplank. Aff. made July 17 

22 Hannah dau. of John Hall. Aff. made July 28 



BURIALS. 97 

1707 

July 23 Barker s. of Zepauiah Lumby. No aff. 

27 Mary dau. of James Clerk. Aff. made July 28 

Aug. 2 Susanna dau. of Michal Duraus. Aff. made Aug. 6 

2 Mary dau. of William Denneson. Aff. made Aug. 6 
9 Mary dau. of John Palmer. Aff. made Aug. 12 

11 Sarah dau. of John Harrison. Aff. made Aug. 12 

14 Thomas Rose. AfF. made Aug. 18 

16 Mary dau. of Thomas Dent. Aff. made Aug. 18 

26 Anne Astill, in the chancel. Aff. made Aug. 29 

27 Anne dau. of Thomas Swinhow. AfF. made Aug. 29 
31 Susanua dau. of Richnrd Morries. No aff. 

Sept. 1 Bennard Dobson, in the church. Aff. made Sept. 4 

7 Thomas Haines, from S*^ Thomas Hospital. No aff. 

11 Marv d.iu. of AVilliam Astill, iu the chancel. Aff. made Sept. 16 

11 Elizabeth dau. of Joseph Clerk. Aff. made Sept. 16 for Gierke 

27 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Nicholes. Aff. made Sept. 30 

28 John Kandel. Aff. made Sept 30 

29 Thomas Turner. Aff. made Sept. 30 

Oct. 16 Mary Barber. Aff. made Oct. 18 for Barker 

17 William s. of M'" Thomas Cook, Minister. Aff. made Oct. 18 for Cooke 
22 A still boru cliild of George Wakford. No aff. 

22 Mary Cooke, under D°* LLoyd's Twome stone in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Oct. 24 

30 Eobert s. of Daniel Stilles. No aff. 

31 Mary EUies. Aff. made Nov. 4 
Nov. 13 Elizabeth Peatte. Aff. made Nov. 15 

27 Eichard Wamsley. Aff. made Nov. 29 

30 Jone King. Aff. made Dec. 4 

Dec. 2 A still born of John Palmer. No aff. 

16 Giles Bingley. Aff. made Dec. 19 

23 Elizabeth Boorn, penshenor. Aff. made Dec. 26 
Jan. 12 William s. of Edward Wheeler. Aff. made Jan. 15 

14 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Barr, carried away. No aff. 

Eeb. L llichard Marries. Aff. made Feb. 6 for Morries 

3 Elizabeth Fletcher. Aff. made Eeb. 6 

4 John s. of Sarle liobiuson. No aff. 

23 Jane Godby. Aff. made Feb. 25 for Jone 

23 A still born child of Isam Benneltes. No aff. 

Mar. 1 Rose dau. of John Peasly. Aff. made March 9 

4 William s. of William Dogood. Aff. made Mar. 9 

7 Alexander Hamilton, Knight, in church. Aff. made March 12 

11 Jolm Finchwit, carried away. No aff. 

11 Penelope dau. of Eichard Peacock. Aff. made Mai'ch 12 

14 Elizabeth dau. of James Dawes. Aff. made March 17 

18 Anne Brown, wid. Aff. made March 23 

21 Jeremiah Perkens. Aff. made March 23 for Perkins 

22 Roger s. of Roger Cordory. Aft", made March 23 

1708. 

Mar. 28 Anthoney Turner. Aff. made March 31 

April 4 Sarah Mellett, carried away. No aff. 

11 William Thorogood. Aff. made April 14 for Thorrgood 

11 Ruth Bennett, a foundling. Aff. made April 14 

15 Samuel Jefferes s. of Edward Lewes. No aff. 

20 Timothy Rawson, in the church. Aff. made April 24 

22 Ruth Bushop, Sarchens woman. Aff, made April 24 
yoL. ly, o 



98 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1708 

April 23 Mary Baker, carried to Bethlehem. No aff. 

23 Elizabeth Bead, in the church. Aff. made April 24 

24 Mary dau. of Edward Hemming. Aff. made April 27 

26 John s. of Henry Chapel, in church. Aff. made April 27 
29 Samuel s. of William Green. Aff. made April 30 

29 Mary dau. of [hlanJcl^ Wheeler. Aff. made April 30 

May 4 Mary dau. of John Weaver. Aff. made May 11 

4 Elizabeth Newnham, in the church. Aff. made May 11 

5 Eobert Stockdon. No aff. 

6 Henry s. of Henry Ormorod. Aff. made May 11 

7 James s. of Henry LLoyd. Aff. made May 11 
June 9 John s. of Samuel Eobins. Aff. made June 12 

10 Elizabeth dau. of Eichard Butler. Aff. made .June 12 

27 Mary Deprave, in the church. Aff. made June 19 
27 Eobert New. Aff. made June 30 

July 11 Eichard Jone. Aff. made July 23 for Jones 

80 Allies Tilleard. Aff. made Aug. 3 for Tillard 

Aug. 8 Daniel Brett. Atf. made Aug. 10 

Sept. 2 Elizabeth Stockdon. Aff. made Sept. 8 

4 Mary Brett. Aff. made Sept. 8 

11 Peter s. of Peter Kitchiner. No aff. 

17 George Bushop. Aff. made Sept. 22 for Bishop 

19 William s. of Dauiel Smith. Aff. made Sept. 22 

26 Edward s. of Eobert Coursse. Aff. made Sept. 28 for Corusse 

Oct, 18 Mary dau. of Charles King. No aff. 

19 John s. of Henry Ormorod. Aff. made Oct. 27 

21 Nicholas Johnson, peushenor. Aff. made Oct. 27 
25 Mary dau. of Alias Lindus. Aff. made Oct. 27 

Nov. 1 Thomas Trinity. Aff. made Nov. 6 

10 Margaret Bray. No aff. 

14 Catharin Bruce. Aff. made Nov. 18 

15 Elizabeth Worst. Aff. made Nov. 18 

22 Thomas s. of Joseph Lampson. Aff. made Nov. 26 

23 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Cory. Aff. made Nov. 26 

24 Samuel Wiseman, in the church. Aff. made Nov. 26 
30 Curdela dau. of William Tarvenor. Aff. made Dec. 9 

Dec. 7 Eobert s. of Eichard How. Aff. made Dec. 9 

Jan.- 3 A Bortive child of Thomas Gillies. No aff. 

4 A :feortive child of Henry Clerk. No aff. 

6 Mary dau. of Eichard Stables. No aff. 

19 Steven s. of Steven Lilly, Esq., in the chancel. No aff. 

20 Zachary Hickox, carried away. No aff. 

21 Mary dau. of Thomas Boade. Aff. made Jan. 26 
23 Sarah Ayeres, carried away. No aff. 

Feb. 1 William Pollett, in the church. Aff. made Eeb. 9 

7 Edward s. of Joseph Clerk. Aff. made Eeb. 9 

10 John s. of John Fox. Aff. made Eeb. 22 

11 Samuel s. of John Jones. Aff. made Eeb. 22 

13 Thomas Lane, U«t at Law, in the church. Aff. made Eeb. 22 

17 William s. of William Panckridge. Aff. made Feb. 22 

Mar. 4 Sarah dau. of John Humphryes, in the church yard. Aff. made March 8 

13 Thomas s. of Henry Peverill, in the church yard. Aff. made March 19 
for Peverell 

16 Magdalen Westaman, a Parish pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made March 19 for Westerman 

21 Mary dau. of George Benham, in the church yard. Aff. made 
March 23 



BURIALS. 



1709. 



99 



April 6 Mary dau. of William Kent, in the church yard. Aff. made April 12 

7 Mary Welsh, in the church yard. Aff. made April 12 for Welch 

Thomas Cooke, Eector 

8 Thomas Swinhow, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 12 

8 Martha dau. of Samuel Wheeler, in the church yard. AfE. made 
April 12 

13 Dorothy Harrison, •Radow, in M"" Houblon's vault in the church. Aff, 

made April 20 for Harisou 

14 Jane Eaymond, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made xipril 20 for 

Kay man 
28 A bastard female of Jane King, in the churchyard. No aff. 
28 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Hemings, in the church yard. Aff. made 

April 30 for Hemming 
May 12 . Daniel Davis s. of Lydia Davis, widow, in the church. Aff. made 

May 17 for Davies 

28 A still born child of Thomas Boade, in the church yard. No aff. 
June 3 William Hurt, brought from the Parish of S' Olave, Silver street, in the 

church. Aff. made June 8 
4 Jane dau. of George Guest, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 8 
12 Bridget w. of John Moody, in the church yard. Aff. made June 16 

29 A still born child of Charles Green, in the church yard. No aff. 

July 10 Johu s. of John Ellis, in the church yard. Aff. made July 20 for Ellies 
16 Mary w. of Chai'les King, in the cliurch yard. Aff. made July 20 
26 A still born female child of M^" Edward Cooke, in the church yard. 
No aff. 
Aug. 3 Elizabeth dau. of George Goff", in the church yard. Aff. made Aug. 5 
12 William Ginger, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 17 
22 Mary dau. of Abraham Wilson, in the church yard. Aff. made 

Aug. 27 for Willson 
24 Ann dau. of Samuel Kobins, in the church yard. Aff. made Aug. 27 
31 Elizabeth dau. of Joseph AVheeler, in the church yard. No aff. 
Sept. 3 Mary dau. of Joseph Hopkins of the parish of S* Peter, Paul's Wharf, 

in the church yard. Aff. made Sept. 7 
Oct. 1 Thomas s. of Percival Baldwyn, lodger at the Feathers, in church yard. 
Aff. made Oct. 1 for Bauldeu 
21 Mary dau. of John Peasly, barber in Thames street, in the church yard. 

Aff. made Oct. 25 for Peasley 
26 Katherine Robinson, widow, who died in S' Bartholomew's Hospital, in 
the church yard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

Nov. 1 Edward s. of Edward Wheeler, in the church yard. Aff. made Nov. 9 
4 Elizabeth Smith, widow, in the church yard. Aff. made Nov. 9 

20 Charles s. ot Charles Pennyman, a nurse child at M'' How's, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 24 for Pennemau 
Dec. 14 Joseph s. of Joseph Ganfield, in the church yard. No aff. 

15 Timothy Philpot, brought from S' Brides, in the churchyard. No aff, 

21 Gilbert s. of John Vander- Plank, in the church yard. Aff. made 

Dec. 30 
21 Moses s. of Thomas Henchman, in the church yard. Aff. made 

Dec. 30 for Hinsman 
24 Joseph Dowell, in the church yard. Aff. made Dec. 30 

28 Thomasin Lesage, brought from S^ Margaret, Westaiinster, in the 

middle Isle of the church. No aff. 

29 Henry Oagers, in the churchyard. No aff. 



100 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE*T, PAUL*S WHARF. 

1709 
Jan. 4 Mary Aldridge, widow, in the church yard. Aff. made Jan. 13 

10 George Harly, lodger at M"" Pollet's, in the church yard. Aff. made 

Jan. 13 
18 "William s. of Robert Coursay, in the church yard. Aff. made Jan. 20 
for Coursse 

18 Jane Howson, spinster, in the church yard. Aff. made Jan. 20 

19 Mary dau. of Richard Elliot, in the church yard. Aff. made Jan. 20 

for Elliott 

30 Jane dau. of James Reeves, in the church yard. No aff. 

31 M'' James Houblon, in the vault in the church. Aff. made Feb. 2 
Eeb. 5 Thomasin Bates, widow, in the church yard. Aff. made Feb. 11 

for Bate 
7 Rowland Reece, batchelor, in M' Pugh's vault. Aff. made Feb. 11 

7 Thomas Soames, Lodger at the Feathers, in the church yard. No aff. 

8 Jane dau. of Henry Oromor, in the church yard. Aff. made Feb. 11 

for Oromord 
Mar. 19 Thomas s. of Thomas Kipliu, in the church yard. Aff. made March 23 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 
1710. 

April 6 Charity Biss, spinster, in the church yard. Aff. made April 11 

16 William s. of Martin Gilly, in the church yard. Aff. made April 21 

for Gilley 
19 Michael s. of Michael Watts, a nurse child, in the churchyard. No aff. 
19 Mary dau. of Mary Mapleback, widow, in the church vard. Aff. made 

April 21 
24 Sophia dau. of Susan Hill, lodger, in the church yard. No aff. 
26 Mary Wilson, widow, in the church yard. Aff. made April 28 for 

Willson 
30 Gertrude dau. of Edward Wilson, in the church yard. No aff. 
30 William s. of Richard Cutter, in the church yard. No aff. 
May 4 Richard s. of Richard Cutter, in the church yard. Aff. made May 12 

for Cuter 

10 Thomas Green, from M^' Pollet's, in the church yard. Aff. made 

May 12 

14 Archibald s. of Jnmes Hambletou, in the church yard. Aff. made 

May 17 for Hambelton 
24 Thomas Brown, Gale's son in law, in the church yard. Aff. made 

May 30 
30 Thomas s. of John Shridley, in the church yard. No aff. 
June 7 Andrew s. of John Staveacre, in the church yard. No aff. 

7 Elizabeth dau. of William Oliver, in the church yard. Aff. made 

June 16 for Olives 
7 George Brampston, LL.D., Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in the 

chancel. Aff. made June 16 for Bramston 
12 Samuel s. of Samuel Seddon, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 16 

15 Robert s. of Robert Errington, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 20 

17 Ann dau. of John Fox, in the church yard. No aff. 

21 Mary dau. of Joseph Clark, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 23 for 

Clerk 
29 William Mitchel, in the churchyard. No aff. 
July o Alice PoUett, widoAv, in the church. Aff. made July 13 

11 Mary dau. of John and Mary Jones, from Corderoy's, in the church 

yard. Aff. made July 13 
14 John Denham, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 19 

16 Maria dau. of John Horton, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 19 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 



BURIALS. Ibi 

Judith w. of Francis Theed, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 22 
Elizabeth dau. of Dauiel Styles, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 31 

for Stiles 
Anne w. of John Warren, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 31 for 

Warrin 
Elizabeth dau. of Ealph Chitwell, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Catharine dau. of William Holland, from Corderoy's, in the church- 
yard. No aff. 
Francis Theed, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 17 
Mary dau. of Samuel Ladd, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 17 
John Fox, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 23 
William Newings, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 29 for Newens 
Elizabeth dau. of Samuel Ladd, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 2G 
Martha dau. of William Hood, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Elizabeth Berriff, in the church. Aff. made Sept. 26 for Berif 
John s. of John Hall, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 6 
Mary dau. of William Barton, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 13 
Elizabeth dau. of John Dobbins, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 21 
James Windsor, in the churchyard. No aff. 
James s. of James Lyne, Pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Nov. 20 for Lines 
George s. of John Newland, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 30 
Henry s. of Henry Clark, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Mary dau. of John Newland, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 30 

for Martha Newland 
Dorothy Staveacre, searcher. Aff. made Dec. 30 
Jane Hopkins, servant to William Cranley, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 11 for Jone Hopkins 
James Bayman, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Eebecca dau. of Eobert Franklyn. Aff. made Jan. 22 for Francklin 
Greorge Hunlock, in the church. Aff. made Feb. 1 
Susannah dau. of John Weaver, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 7 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

8 Mary dau. of Joseph Gainfield, in the churchyard. No aff. 
23 M'* Sarah Hickes, in the chancell. No aff. 

27 Catherine Johnson, pensioner. No aff. 

Mar. 11 Mary w. of Thomas Gillis, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 15 for 
Gilles 
23 Margaret dau. of Eichard Crawly, Esq., in the church. Aff. made 
March 31 for Margarett Craley 

1711. 

Mar. 25 Thomas s:of iNlichael Watkius, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 31 
for Walkin 

28 Eobert Staveacre, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 31 for Tavakcr 
31 Aff. made March 31 for Eichard Fone ; no entry in the Eegister 

April 9 Mary dau. of John Gresham, in the churchyard. No aff. 

10 Ann dau. of Joseph Bradbourne, in the church. Atf. made April 16 

for Bradborn 
18 John Yap, servant to M"" Butler, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 26 
20 Elizabeth Ellis, a pensioner. Aff'. made April 26 for EUies 
May 1 Eebecca dau. of John Huton, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 10 
for Harton 
1 Grace Eush, almswoman. Aff. made June 10 



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20 




20 


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9 




15 


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28 


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11 




24 




28 


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7 




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18 




27 


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3 



102 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1711 
]\Iay 2 Eleanor w. of Joliu Ellis, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 10 for 
Ellies 
John s. of Daniel and Elizabeth Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
June 10 
19 Elizabeth dau. of William and [blank] Taverner, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made June 30 for Tavaner 
28 Elizabeth dau. of Charles and Elizabeth King, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made June 30 
June 5 INfary Edwards, brought from Stepny, in M"" Pugh's vault. No aff. 

15 John James Benard, in the church. Aff. made June 30 for James 

Bennard 
19 John s. of John and Elizabeth Peasly, in the churchyard. No aff. 
July 3 Elizabeth Sherman, servant to S'^' Henry S' George, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made .July 6 
15 Dorothy dau. of William and Mary Wright, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made July 20 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

George s. of Isaac and Mary Herbert, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Thomas Ellis alias Smith, a foundling. Aff. made Aug. 15 for Ellies 

Susanna Astin, widow, in the church. Aff. made Sept. 11 

John s. of Susan Hill, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Sarah Ashly, in the church. Aff. made Sept. 11 

John s. of John Ithell, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 11 

Margery Bowen, widow, brought from S* Gyles, Cripplegate, in the 

churchyard. No aff. 
John Dobbins, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 9 
John Holman, dark of the Prerogative Office, in the church. Aff. made 

Nov. 16 
Ann w. of Jonas Armstrong, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Edward Shaw, a Proctor, in the church. Aff. made Dec. 18 
James s. of William Busby, Proctor, in the church. Aff. made Dec. 18 
A chrisom child of .John Bradbourne, in the church. No aff. 
.John Brittain, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 21 for Britain 
Ann dau. of William and Ann Richardson, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Elizabeth EUats, in the churchyard. xAff. made Jan. 17 for EUates 
Elizabeth Taylor iu the churchyard. Aff. made .Jan. 17 for Tayler 
Betliia dau. of Thomas Itouse, Proctor, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 19 for Betheya Kous 
Edward Gale, sexton, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 19 
Richard s. of Joseph and Marv Freeman, iu the churchyard. Aff. made 
Feb. 29 

Mar. 13 John s. of John Allen, a nurse child at Paul's wharf, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made March 18 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

13 Thomas s. of Thomas Rose, a uursechild from Denison's, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Manh 18 for liows 

21' Benard s. of Thomas Wingfield, brought from Wilsden in Midx, in the 
church. Aff. made March 28 for Bennard Winfeild 

1712. 

Mar. 28 Sarah Dowel), widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 31 

April 20 John s. of Henry and Rebecca Peverill, in the churchyai'd. Aff. made 

April 24 for Peveril 
May 24 Mary Harding, almeswoman. Aff. made April 31 [sic] 



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2 




9 




9 


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4 


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12 




24 


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11 




13 




15 




18 




20 


Jan. 


13 




15 


Feb. 


11 




15 




25 



BURIALS. 103 

1712 
May 27 Samuel s. of Eichard and Hannah Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made April 31 [sic'] 
June 4 Mary w. of John Warren, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 13 for 
Warrin 
8 Sarah w. of Henry Ormorod, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 13 

10 Ann w. of William Downs. Aff. made June 13 for Downes 

15 Thomas s. of Thomas Stanens, a nursechild, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 

19 Mary dan. of Samuel and Mary Ladd, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 24 

21 Sarah dan. of William and Mary Astill, in the chancell. Aff. made 

June 24 
July 14 Prances dau. of William and Susannah Sedworth, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made July 22 

20 Michael s. of Michael and Catherine Watkins, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made July 22 
Aug. 10 James Taircloath, victualler, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 13 
Sept. 3 Gregory King, Esq'', Lancaster Herald at Arms, in the chancell. Aff. 
made Sept. 10 
5 Elizabeth Smith, in the churcliyard. No aff. 

7 John Cox from S* Bartholomew Hospital, in the churchyard. No aff. 
19 John s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Cutter, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Sept. 25 for Cuter 
23 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert and Mary Coursse, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Sept. 25 for Mary Coursse 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

Oct. 5 Jane dau. of George and Mary Davis, in the church. Aff. made 
Oct. 8 

11 William Atwood, Porter, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 15 

14 Jane dau. of Thomas and Mary Barrett, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 15 
17 Pruderce Eow dau. of Eobert Dale, Esq., Suffolk Herald, by Prudence 

his wife, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 29 for Prudence Deale 
27 Mary w. of Henry Comber, in the churchvard. Aff. made Oct. 29 
29 Thomas Hall s. of Eobert Dale, Esq'', Suffolk Herald, by Prudence his 

wife, in the church. Aff'. made Oct. 31 for Thomas Hall Deale 
Nov. 2 William s. of Henry and Jane Butler, in the church. Aff. made 

Nov. 11 
7 John s. of Joseph and Elizabeth Lampson, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 11 for Lampston 

17 Mary dau. of James and Jane Eeeves, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Nov. 23 for Eeves 
19 Elizabeth w. of John Ashwin, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 9 Ann w. of Thomas Sturdy, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 12 

18 Thomas Weston s. of Eobert Dale, Esq'", and Prudence his wife, in the 

church. Aff. made Dec. 22 for Thomas Weston Deale 
Jan. 4 Stephen Speke, painter, in the churchyard. No aff. 

15 Mary w. of William Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 20 

16 Thomas Peverell, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 20 

Feb. 4 Mary dau. of Daniel and Sibylla Stvles, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Feb. 7 for Stilles 

15 Elizabeth Jennings, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

16 Eichard Aldridge, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 18. 

22 Eebecca Lynn, an infant from Blackfriers, in the churchyard. Aff, 

made Feb. 26 



104 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1712 
Mar. 13 Joseph s. of Joseph and Mary Clark, in the churchyard. AfE. made 
March 19 for Clerk 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

1713. 

April 6 Thomas Stafford, in the church. AfF. made April 11 for Staford 

8 Sarah dau. of Richard and Mary Peacock, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

April 11 
Samuel Cock, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 21 
Thomas s. of Charles Pinfold, LL.D., in the church. Aff. made May 6 
Henry Comber, widower, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 3 
John s. oF Joseph and Mary Miller, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 12 
Jane dau. of John Bradburne, brought from S* Antholiu's Parish, in the 

church. Aft', made June 27 for Bradborn 
William s. of .lames and Mary Clark, in the churchyard. No aff. 
William s. of William and Mary Astill, in the chancell. Aff. made 

July 22 
Hannah w. of Richard Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made Auo;. 5 
Joseph s. of Joseph and Mary Clark, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 5 for Clerk 
Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Edmunds, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 8 for Edmond 
Ann w. of Robert Wilmer, Proctor, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 26 
Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary Hutchinson, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 
Richard s. of Evan and Margaret Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 17 
Katherine w. of Michael Watkins, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 24 
Jane dau. of Thomas and Winifred GriflBths, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Oct. 24 for Greffes 
Mary dau. of James and Mary Clark, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 31 for Clerk 
Ann Marsh, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 31 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

William s. of William and Martha Pankridge, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 12 for Panckridg 
James s. of James and Jane Reeves, in the churchyard. Aff. jmade 

Nov. 12 
Alice dau. of Thomas and Jane Gough, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 17 
Sarah w. of Edward Moreduck, in the churchyard. AfF. made Jan. 13 
Mary Elmes, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 13 for Elems 
John Hughes, servant to M"" William Butler, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 19 
Edward s. of Edward and Mary Cooper, in the church. Aff. made 

Jan. 19 
Ann dau. of Robert and Mary Coursee, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 28 for Course 
William s. of Thomas and Sarah Henchman, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan 28 for Hinsman 
Susanna Rinch, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 
.lohn Ellis, clothworker, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 11 for EUies 
Mary w. of John Athorne, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 11 for 

Aythou 



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15 




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25 


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4 

8 



BURIALS. 105 

1713 

Peb. 8 Eleanor w. of Morrice Davis, in the churchyard. AfF. made Feb. 11 
for Davies 

8 Joyce dau. of Morrice and Eleanor Davis, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Feb. 11 for Davies 

9 Sarah dau. of William and Mary Freeman, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Feb. 11 
9 Greorge s. of John and Jane Perks, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 11 for George JSpurks 
17 John Bent, brought from S' Mary, Whitechappel, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Feb. 25 
21 Dorothy dau. of Thomas and Dorothv Dorothia [sic'], in the churchyard. 

No aff. 
23 Thomas Reynolds, brought from S' Andrew, Holborn, in the church- 
yard. Aft", made Feb. 25 for Eeynalds 
Mar. 8 Frances dau. of John and Mary Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 10 
23 William s. of Thomas and Martha Eldridge, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made March 27 

1714. 

April 3 George King, a porter, from S* Gregorie's, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made xApril 9 
7 Henry s. of William Busby, Proctor, by Mary his wife, in the church. 
Aff. made April 9 

27 Ann dau. of Abraham and Elizabeth Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made April 30 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

May 4 Elizabeth dau. of Edward and Mary Upton, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made May 7 

7 Catherine w. of Lewis Eoberts, in the churchyard. No aff. 

14 Hannah w. of John How, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 20 

14 Thomas Sturdy, in the churchyard. No aff. 

16 Mary dau. of William and Mary Astill, from S* Peter Poor, in the 

c'hancell. Aff. made May 20 
21 Elizabeth dau. of William and Elizabeth Doogood, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 

28 Elizabeth dau. of Joseph and Ann Byard, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made May 31 
June 8 John Woodward, apprentice to M''^ Clark, the Printer, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made June 14 
9 Stephen s. of Peter and Mary Seignorett, in the church. Aff. made 
June 14 

15 Elizabeth Ellis, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 18 for 

Ellies 

16 William s. of William and Mary Hood, in the church yard. Aff. made 

June 18 
27 Mary w. of Samuel Sedon, shoemaker, in the church yard. Aff. made 

June 30 for Seddon 
26 Ann dau. of James and Mary Asheton, in the churchyard. No aff. 
July 8 Mary dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Thomas, in the church yard. 

No aff. 

8 William Berry, in the church yard. Aff. made July 12 for Vian 

Berry* 

* The register entry has had something— possibly " Vian " — written over " William." — Ed. 
VOL. IT. ? 



106 REGISTERS OP ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARP. 

1714 
July 15 William s. of William and Ann Pittis, in the church yard. Aff. made 
July 20 for Patties 

20 Elizabeth w. of George Goff, in the churchyard. No aff. 

28 Mary Jephson, a pensioner, in the churchyard. AfE. made July 30 for 
Jepsey 
Aug. 12 Elizabeth dau. of Eachel Brock, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

13 John s. of John and Susanna Newland, iu the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 18 

14 James s. of James Loynes, Pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 18 
19 Elizabeth dau. of Charles Pinfold, LL.D., in the middle isle of the 
church. Aff. made Aug. 21 

23 Prances Paulswharf, a foundling, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 
Sept. 10 George s. of Charles and Ann Mussom, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Sept. 16 for Musson 

12 Aun Kemj), widow, a searcher, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 16 

13 Thomas s. of John and Elizabeth Abdy, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 16 
Oct. 9 Mary Tedgewell, from S* Mary Somerset, in the churchyard. No aff. 
13 Wynne Houblon, Esq', from S* Peter Poor, in the vault. Aff. made 

Oct. 15 for Winn Hubland 
22 Elizabeth Warren, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 26 

for Warrin 
Nov. 16 M'^ Mary Marrion, from S'' Peter Poor, in the Houblon's vault. Aff. 

made Nov. 23 for Maryon 
18 Mary w. of Henry Earrant, Esq"", the King's Proctor, in the chancell. 

Aff. made Nov. 23 

24 John s. of Henry and Margaret Lloyd, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Nov. 30 
26 Joyce w. of EuUks Wenham, in the church. Aff. made Nov. 30 for 
Whenham 
Dec. 24 Susanna Price, from S* Vedast alias Eostors, in the church. Aff. made 
Dec. 29 
26 Margaret dau. of George and Margaret Thompson, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made Dec. 29 for Tomson 
Jan. 6 Mary w. of M'" John Banks, in the chancell. Aff. made Jan. 11 for 
Banckes 
8 William Wright, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 11 
8 Edward s. of Thomas and Martha Golding, pensioner, in the chinch- 
yard. Aff. made Eeb. 14 for Goolden 
16 Mary dau. of George and Sarah Fellows, in the churcliyard. Aff. 
made Eeb. IS for Eellowes 
Mar. 1 Ann dau. of John and Mary Austin, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
March 10 
2 Ann w. of Eulks Wenham, in the church. Aff. made March 10 
7 Thomas s. of Laurence and Eleanor Tuffue, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made March 10 for Tufee 

21 Samuel s. of Atkinson and Mary Bugby, in the chancell. Aff. made 

March 23 
24 Elizabeth dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Corbett, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 

1715. 

April 28 William Sawyer, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 30 for Saryer 
May 25 M' Richard S* George, in the chancell. Aff. made May 27 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 



BURIALS. l61 

1715 
June 2 Francis Penn, in the churcliyard.. Aff. made June 7 

14 Laurence Crump, Esq^ York Herald, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 22 
18 Thomas Gillis, victualler, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 22 for 
G-illies 
July 3 Mary w. of Edward Cooper, clothworker, in the church. Aff. made 
July 6 
5 Ann dau. of Robert and Phoebe Booz, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
July 13 for Boozes 
11 John s. of Thomas and Judith Kipliu, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
July 13 
Aug. 1 Anna dau. of Thomas and Rebecca Boade, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Aug. 8 
5 Stephen Lilly, Esq'', of S' Peter's parish, in the chancell. Aff. made 
Aug. S for Lilley 
18 Sir Henry S*^ George, K"', Garter Principal King of Arms, in the 
chancell. Aff. made Aug. 23 

25 Michael Higginson, victualler, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 30 for 

Higgison 

26 Sarah dau. of William and Mary Freeman, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Aug. 30 
Sept. 14 Clare Wright, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 16 

20 Elizabeth Benning, brought from S*- Bartholomew's Hospital, in the 

churchyard. No aff. 

21 Robert s. of Catiline and Constance Thorowgood, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Sept. 24 

27 Ann dau. of Richard and Angel Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 30 

27 Mary Bradbury, widow, bi'ought from S' Paul's, Covent Garden, in the 

church. Aff. made Sept. 30 

29 William Steed, brought from S' Paul's, Covent Garden, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Sept. 30 
Oct. 23 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Shaw, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 29 
for Saw 

24 John s. of Laurence Cromp, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 29 for 
Crump 

28 Mary Austin, spinster, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 29 
Dec. 8 Ann Marshal, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

14 Martha dau. of Edward and Mary Upton, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 20 for Mary Upton 

15 Martha dau. of William and Margaret Lynn, from Blackfriers, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 20 
17 Mary Moses, from S' Andrew Wardrobe, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

21 Robert Welsh, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 22 
21 Hannah dau. of Jolin and Marv Austin, in the churchyard. AE. made 
Dec. 22 

24 Walter Lewis, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 30 for Lues 

25 Mary Rawson, widow, in the church. A.&. made Dec. 30 

27 James s. of Edward and Mary Fairclough, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Dec. 30 for Faircloath 
Jan. 4 John Farr, servant to M"" Wenham, in the churchyard. No aff. 
8 Martin Gilly, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 12 
8 Peter Clark, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 12 for Clerk 
10 Mary w. of Evan Pugh, in a vault in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Jan. 14 



108 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAUL's WHARf . 

1715 

Jan. 20 John Slyford, in the church. Aff. made Jan. 27 

23 Eleanor w. of Thomas Crocker, in the churchyard. AfE. made Jan. 27 
Feb. 4 Thomas s. of Thomas and Sarah Eouse from S' Gregories, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Feb. 8 for Eous 

26 Susanna dau. of John and Mary King, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 29 

27 Charles s. of Charles and Ann Mysson, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 29 for Musson 
Mar. 1 Mary dau. of Peter and Mary Seignorett, in the church. Aff. made 
March 7 for Mary Anne Seigurett 
2 Mary w. of John King, in the churchyard. No aff. 
4 Robert Belt, widower, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 7 
4 Catherine Kelley, in the churchyard. No aff. 
23 William s. of Charles and Ann Green, in the churchyard. AfF. made 
March 31 

1716. 

April 6 Samuel Merrill, batchelour, in the church. Aff. made April 10 for 
Merril 

13 George s. of Joseph and Mary Clark, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

April 16 for Clerk 
26 John Exton, Doctor of Laws, in the middle Isle of the church. No aff. 
May 7 Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary Bowen, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 11 
7 Hannah dau. of John and Mary Bowen, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 11 
15 John s. of Eichard and Mary Peacock, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 19 

15 David s. of David and Ellen Teague, in the churchyard. No aff. 

19 Caesar s. of Charles Pinfold, D'' of Laws, by Eenea his wife, in the 

church. Aff. made May 23 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

20 Thomas Eichardson, in the churchyard. No aff. 

25 Sarah Watts, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 30 
June 3 Mary dau. of Joseph and Grace Corderoy, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made June 7 for Cordora 
6 John s. of David and Ellen Steele, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 7 
for Steel 

14 Susanna Sophia dau. of Henry and Jane Butler, in the church. Aff. 

made June 20 

16 Elizabeth dau. of Edward and Mary Fairclough, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made June 20 for Faircloaih 
18 Sarah dau. of Eobert and Sarah Cox, in the churchyard. No aff. 

21 John s. of George and Ann AV^akeford, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 26 for Wakford 
July 6 John Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 9 

6 Tabitha dau. of John Saunders, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made July 9 for Sanders 
20 Ann dau. of William and Jane Oliver, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

July 24 
24 Mary Coker, a servant, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Aug. 25 Mary Ann Seignorett, w. of Peter Seignorett, merchant, in the church. 
Aff. made Aug. 30 for Anne Maria Seignorett 
27 John Moody, a bearer, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 30 for 
Moodey 



1716 

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fiURIALS. lOd 

Elizabeth Garrett, spinster, in the church. AfE. made Sept. 12 

Edward Cornish, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 26 

Catlierine dau. of Thomas and Alice Metcalf, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Sept. 26 for Medcalfe 
Daniel s. of Daniel and Elizabeth Lee, in the churchyard. AfF. made 

Nov. 10 
Mary w. of George Barker, in the churchyard. AfE. made Nov. 20 for 

Barber 
Susanna dau. of Eobert and Phoebe Booz, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 20 for Boozes 
Mary w. of John Smithyman, in the church. AfE. made Dec. 14 

for Smithman 
William Heath, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 14 
Mary Goff, servant to M'" Andrew, in the churchyard. A&. made Dec. 22 
Sibylla w. oE Daniel Styles, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 22 for 

Sebey Stiles 
Eleanor Dobson, w. of [blankl Dobson, from Kensington, in the 

church. Aff. made Dec. 31 for Dobins 
Philip s. of Valentine and Sarah Vincent, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 4 for Vencent 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

Joseph s. of Charles and Ann Green, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 26 
Ann w. of Eobert Ellis, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 26 for 

Ellies 
Elizabeth Parker, servant to the Eeverend M"" Eastwick, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Jan. 26 
George Briggs, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 26 
David Lewis, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 26 for Anne Lewis 
Margaret dau. of Evan and Catherine Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Feb. 7 
Joseph s. of Samuel and Mary Aiherly, in the churchvard. Aff. made 

Feb. 15 
Thomas Palmer, a joyner, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 6 
Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Joyce O ugh ton, in the church. Aff. 

made March 27 
21 Edward s. of Ann Lewis, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 27 

1717. 

M"" John Eoberts, Proctor, in the church. Aff. mide March 27 
Samuel s. of John and Mary Austin, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

April 4 
M'^ Ann Watkins, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 4 
Elizabeth dau. of Michael and Elizabeth Somerset, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 
Ann dau. of John and Elizabeth Terry, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

April 18 
Judith, a bastard child of John Pitches and Sarah Mitchell, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made April 26 for Pichars 
Christian Benet, a foundling, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 26 

for Bennett 
Thomas Butler, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 30 
Mary w. of Daniel Painter, in the churchyard, xiff. made June 5 
John s. of John and Frances Lant, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 20 



110 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARE. 

Jane Maskelyne, in the Houblon's vault. Aff. made June 20 
Richard Marshall, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 20 
Benjamin Beale, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 28 
Sarah dau. of Henrv and Mary Harman, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 28 
Edward s. of Thomas and Jane Gough, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

July 9 
James Knapton, in the church. Aff. made July 9 
Isaac S' Eloy, in the church. Aff. made July 26 
Sarah, a bastard dau. of Thomas Hort, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Eebecca w. of Thomas Kitching, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 22 

for Kitchen 
Robert s. of Samuel and Mary Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 22 
Augustin s. of Augustin and Mary Martyr, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

Ann dau. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 11 for Moris 
William s. of Greorafe and Elizabeth Wakeford, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Sept. 18 for Wakford 
Henry s. of Thomas and Judith Kiplin, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 8 
Thomas Crocker, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 30 
John Perks, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 30 for Spurkes 
John Edmunds, in the church. Aff. made Nov. 9 for Edmundes 
Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary York, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 14 
Margaret dau. of William and Ann Poole, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Dec. 23 
Mary, a bastard child of Thomas Vitterel and Mary Fish, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 23 for Mary Vittrel 
Grace dau. of Joseph and Mary Clark, brought from Aldersgate Street,. 

in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 30 for Clerk 
Mary Robinson, a stranger, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Ann dau. of Thomas and Jane Gough, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 7 for Goufe 
Sarah dau. of George and Ann Benliam, in the churchvard. Aff. made 

Jan. 28 
Marmaduke s. of John and Hannah Atkins, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 28 
Thomas Merrill, Balchelour, in the church. Aff. made Feb. 5 for 

Merril 
John Newland, barber, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 5 
Patrick s. of Charles and Ann Musson, brought from S* Andrew 

AVardrobe, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Benet Paulswharf, a foundling. Aff. made Feb. 27 for Bennett 
John Harwood, a stranger, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 7. 

1718. 

Harry Paulswharf, a foundling. Aff. made April 3 
Elizabeth E.velby, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 29 for 
Exebly 
27 Elizabeth dau. of Samuel and Catherine Frimston, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Api'il 29 for Firmston 
29 Mary w. of John Morse, a taylor, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 6 for Morss 



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June 13 

16 

18 

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22 

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18 




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Oct. 


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27 
31 
11 




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21 




22 


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BURIALS. ill 

1718 
April 30 Joseph Kowell, from S* Botolph, Aldersgate, iu the church. Aff. made 

May 6 for Eowel 
May 17 Everard Extou, Esq''*", a Proctor, from S' Gregories parish, iu the 
cliancell. Aif. made May 21 
18 Henry s. of William and Elizabeth Eichardson, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made May 21 
25 Erances dau. of Peter and Erances Eossett, from S' James, Garlick- 
hithe, in the churchyard. No aff. made 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

29 Ann dau. of "William and Elizabeth Vaughan, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made June 3 
29 Martha Stevens, spinster, in 'the churchyard. Aff. made June 3 for 
Steven 
June 6 Margaret Lynn, w. of [hlanJc] Lynn, from S' Ann, Bhu-kfriers, in the 
churchyard. Aff. made June 10 
12 AVilliain s. of William and Mary Astill, from S^ Peter Poor, in the 
cliancell. Aff. inade June IS 
July 16 Peter Chalingwoud, brought from Hornsey, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made July 21 for Cliallingwood 
Aug. 11 Mary dau. of Thomas and Mai-y Holmes, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Aug. 15 
27 Elizabeth dau. of Samuel and Mary Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Aug. 29 
81 Eichard Barrett, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 5 
Sept. 2 Eobert Cnrter, wineporter, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 5 

5 Slyford Peter, s. of William and Mary Ereeman, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made Sept. 10 
14 Thomas Griffen, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 Anerilla dau. of William and Catharina Anna Cutter, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Sept. 23 for Cuter 

22 John s. of Charles and Grace Stacey, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept 23 for Stare 
Oct. 10 Eobert Eox, Proctor, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 13 

21 John s. of Henry and Eleanor Ibntson, in the chui'chyard. No aff. 

23 Christopher s. of Christopher and Mary Keble, iu the churchyard. 

Aff. made Oct. 24 
31 Mary w. of Samuel Crutchfield, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 4 
Nov. 16 Elizabeth dau. of George and Elizabeth Hill, in the chui-ch. Aff. 
made Nov. IS 
23 John Smalley, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 26 for George 
Smalley 
Dec. 22 Ann dau. of Henry and Jane Butler, in the church. Aff. made 

Dec. 29 
Jan. 11 John Chitwell, churchwarden, in the church. Aff. made Jan. 14 

18 Mary daii. of John and Mary Bydon, iu the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 22 
21 Ann dau. of Joseph and Sarah Eussell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Jan. 22 for Bnsel 
Eeb. 7 Esther dau. of Charles and Ann Musson, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Feb. 10 
9 Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Miller, in the churchvard. Aff. made 
Eeb. 10 
20 Elizabeth dau. of Evan and Margaret Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Eeb. 26 
Mar. 5 James s. of James and Mary Dodson, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
March 9 for Doddson 



112 EEGISTEKS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1718 
Mar. 13 Mary dau. of Valentine and Elizabeth Wright, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made March 20 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

16 Elizabeth dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth Taylor, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made March 20 for Tayler 
16 George s. of .Jacob and Elizabeth Herholt, in the churchyard. AfE. 

made March 20 for Harold 

19 Elizabeth dau. of John and Hannah Atkins, in the churchyard. AfE. 

made March 20 

1719. 

Mar. 26 Samuel Davip, executed, in the churchyard. No aff. 

27 Isabella w. of William Davis, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 31 

for Davies 
30 Mary dau. of Edward and Mary Fairclough, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made March 31 for Faircloath 
April 1 Samuel Warner brought from S'' Sepulchres, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 
15 . Robert s. of Joseph and Mary Ereeman, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 Sarah Green, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

27 John s. of .John and Mary Taylor, in the churchyard. No aff. 

29 Peter s. of Philip and Elizabeth Palmer, in the churchyard. No aff. 
May 5 Mary Loynes, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

June 3 John s. of William and Elizabeth Vaughan, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made June 10 
5 Adolphus s. of Thomas Oughton, Proctor of the Arches, in the church. 
Aff. made June 10 
13 Joseph Tidswell, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 16 

26 Mary Morris, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 30 for 

Morres 
July 12 Joseph s. of John and Isabella Keble, in the church. Aff. made 
July 1.5 for Keeble 

12 Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Clark, brought from S*^ James, Clarken- 

well, in the churchyard. No aff. 

21 Margaret dau. of Richard and Ann Grimes, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made July 24 

28 John s. of Thomas and Mary Gillis, brought from Christ's Hospital, in 

the churchyard. Aff. made July 31 for Gillies 
Aug. 4 George Swinhow, woodmonger, in the church. Aff. made Aug. 5 

13 Sarah dau. of Eichard How, Victualler, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 17 

14 Elizabeth dau. of William White, Proctor, by Elizabeth his wife, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 17 

27 Catherine dau. of Robert and Sarah Cox, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Sept. 4 

30 Francis s. of Francis and Susanna Coster, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Sept. 4 
Sept. 9 Elizabeth dau. of Elizabeth Weedon, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Sept. 12 for Wedon 
20 Martha Clifford w. of John Kirby, Sexton, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Sept. 25 for Martha Chliford Kerby 
23 Mary dau. of John and Mary Botterell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Sept. 25 for Bottrel 
Oct. 5 Samuel s. of William and Ann Atwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Oct. 24 



BUKIALS. 113 

1719 
Oct. 23 Mary dau. of Thomas and Mary Archer, in the churchyard, Aff. made 
Oct. 24 

24 Mary dau. of Christopher and Mary Keble, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 

25 Henry Bridges, bricklayer, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 24 

Nov. 5 Ann-Penman dau. of Daniel and Catherine Painter, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 
9 William s. of William and Mary Pate, a nursechild, in the churchyard, 

Aff. made Nov. 13 
9 Samuel s. of Samuel Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 13 
22 Elizabeth dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth Owen, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 
22 Joseph 8. of Edward and Mary Upton, in the churchyard. Aff, made 

Nov. 26 
22 George s. of George Paul, LL.D., by Susanna his wife, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Nov. 24 

Tho, Cooke, Eector 

26 Oliver s. of Robert and Alice Westland, in the church. No aff. 
30 John How, pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Dec. 7 George s. of George and Elizabeth Wakeford, in the churchyard, Aff, 
made Dec. 11 for Wakford 

12 Malin s. of George Paul, LL.D., by Susanna his wife, in the church- 

yard. Aff. made Dec. 26 
Jan. 11 Sarah dau. of John and Jane Clack, in the churchyard. Aff, made 

Jan. 15 
Feb. 18 Atkinson Bugby, in the chancell. Aff. made Eeb. 20 

25 Elizabeth Wheeler, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 29 

28 Elizabeth Weedon, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 29 
Mar. 17 William s. of Edward and Mary Upton, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 23 

21 Mary w. of Edward Fairclough, in the churchyard, Aff. made March 23 

for Faircloath 

1720. 

Mar. 29 Abraham Wilson, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 31 for Willson 
April 5 Thomas Motteux, in the churchyard. No aff. 

10 Prudence Hall, widow, from S*^ Peter's parish, in the church. Aff, made 

April 16 

13 George Smith from Richmond, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 16 

22 A female child found dead at the church door in a coffin, in the church- 

yard. No aff. 

24 Ann w. of William Trusler, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 27 
May 13 Mary w. of Henry Eaton, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 19 

17 Barbara w. of Thomas Henchman, canechair maker, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made May 19 for Hinsiiian 
17 John Hare, Esq., Richmond Herald at Arms, in the churchyard, Aff. 

made May 23 

29 Elizabeth Benet, a foundling. No aff, 

July 27 Tilney s. of Tilney and Elizabeth Hunter, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made July 29 
Aug. 7 Sarah dau. of Thomas and Hannah Dunstan, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Aug. 13 for Dunstant 

11 Peter Slyford, batchelour, in the church, Aff. made Aug. 13 
15 John s. of John and Jane Clack, in the churchyard. No aff. 

25 Sarah dau. of Tilney and Elizabeth Hunter, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Aug, 30 

YOL. IV, Q 



114 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1720 
Sept. 4 Mary dau. of Israel and Mary Mitchell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Sept. 14 for Mitchel 
9 "William s. of William and Ann Atwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Sept. 14 

14 Solomon s. of John and Eleanor Williams, in the churchyard. No afE. 

26 Jane dau. of William and Mary G-yles, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 28 for Giles 
29 Eobert Cooper, servant to William Chatwin, victualler, in the church- 
yard. No afE. 

29 Jane w. of James Reeves, in the churchyard. No aff. 

30 Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary Gyles, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Oct. 13 Eobert White, servant to S'" Nathaniel LLoyd, in the churchyd. Aff. 

made Oct. 14 
13 Sarah w. of Valentine Vincent, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 14 

for Venceut 
16 Ebenezer dau. of Samuel and Mary Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Oct. 22 
21 .John Pey, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 22 
28 Mary dau. of Richard and Mary Peacock, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Oct. 31 

Tuo. Cooke, Rector 

Nov. 9 Rachel dau. of Valentine Vincent, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Nov. 11 for Vecent 
13 Joseph s. of Christopher and Mary Keble, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Nov. 11 

15 Sarah Richabee, in the churchyard. No aff. 

28 William s. of Charles Pinfold, LL.D'", in the church. Aff. made 

Nov. 30 
Dec. 7 Thomas s. of John and Mary Botterell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Dec. 10 

29 John s. of John and Ann Church, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 31 
Jan. 22 Rachael dau. of Richard and Rachael Brinknell, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 

27 Ann dau. of Robert and Phoebe Booz, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 31 for Booze 
Peb. 8 Mary dau. of Charles and Ann Musson, from S* Andrew Wardrobe, in 
the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 11 
9 Robert s. of Robert and Phoebe Booz, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Eeb. 11 for Booze 
19 Mary w. of Richard Peacock, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 21 

24 William s. of William and Sarah Mayo, in the churchyard. No aff. 

1721. 

Mar. 25 Elisabeth dau. of George and Elisabeth Wakeford, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made March 29 for Wakford 

25 Evan Pugh from Hackney, in a vault in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 29 

28 Susanna dau. of George Paul, LL.D., in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 31 
April 4 Cale Brumley, prentice to M'' Wolfe on Addler hill, in the churchyard. 
Aff. made April 8 

5 John Bound, gent., Rouge Croy Pursuivant at Arms, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made April 8 

6 Theophilus Drew, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 8 



BURIALS. Il5 

1721 

April 11 John Baptist, a nursechild, in the churchyard. No aff. 

19 Ann dau. of Thomas and Eleanor Pilgrim, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made April 27 for Pilj^rem 
May 5 Ann Lewis, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 10 

12 Isabella dau. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made May 17 for Merries 
28 Griffith Thomas, servant to JM"" Bagiiell, in the churchyard. No aff. 
28 Martha dau. of Atkinson and Mary Bugby, in the chancell. Aff. made 

May 30 
June 15 Joseph s. of John and Margaret Thompson, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made June 14 for Thomson 
16 William s. of Robert and Mary Ernely, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 27 
21 Ann dau, of William ajid Elizabeth Treslar, in the churchyard. AfE. 

made June 27 for Trusler 

21 John s. of John and Elizabeth Terrey, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

June 27 

22 Sarah dau. of William and Ann Stanton, in the churchyard. No aff. 
July 18 Jane dau. of Jonas and Mary Gobey, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

July 26 for Goby 
21 Eobert Ernely, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 26 for Ernley 

23 Ann dau. of Robert and Ann Browne, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

July 31 for Brown 
28 Marv dau. of William and Ann Atwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
July 31 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

31 Sarah dau. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, in the churchyard. AfF. 

made Aug. 9 
Aug. 5 Margaret Higley, from the old Artillery ground, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Aug. 15 for Highley 
11 Prances dau. of William and Elizabeth Burridge, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Aug. 15 for Burridg 

13 Sarah dau. of Moses and Maiy Bundy, in the churchyard. No aff. 
31 Ann w. of George Benham, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 8 

Oct. 12 Marv dau. of Joseph aud Sarah Bussell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Oct. 17 

20 Damaris Bowen, almeswomau, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 26 

for Bowin 

24 Elizabeth w. of John Deane, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 26 for 

Dean 
Mary Ells, from M""* Eoues, in the churchyard. No aff. 
William Damary, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 28 for Damare 
Mary Barslee, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 9 for 

Barsley 
John Abdy, a pensioner of Chelsea College, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 9 
Joseph Haines, a stranger, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 9 
Hannah w. of Capt. Thomas Dowell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 27 
Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Mary Holmes, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 27 
William Treslar, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 27 for Trusler 
Sarah dau. of Valentine Vincent, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Jan. 31 for Vencent 
Philip Vaughan, a bearer, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 13 
William s. of Joseph and Sarah Russell, in the churchyard. No aff. 





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Il6 REGISl'ERS OlF S'T. BENE^T, PAULAS WHARl*. 

1721 
Feb. 11 Mary dau. of William and Elizabeth Burridge, in the churchyard. AfE. 
made Feb. 13 
15 Ann Clark, an almswoman, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 27 
20 Clare dau. of Abraham and Elizabeth Smith, in the churchyard. AfE. 

made Feb. 27 
22 Edward Fairclough, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 27 for Fair- 
cloath 

1722. 

Mar. 30 A new born male infant found in the street. No afE. 
April 1 Ann w. of Thomas Twichart, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 10 
15 Valentine Vincent from S* Thomas Hospital, in the churchyard. AfE. 
made April 18 
May 2 Elizabeth dau. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made May 10 
6 Ann dau. of Eobert and Mary Ernly, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

May 10 for Ernley 
6 Thomas s. of John and Mary Botterell, in the churchyard. AfF. made 
May 10 for Bottarel 
13 David Pace, in the churchyard. No afE. 

18 Sarah dau. of Samuel and Mary Smith, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 
May 10 
June 4 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth "Warner, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 
6 Joanna Wilkinson, from S*^ Martin in the Fields, Midx., in the church. 
Aff. made June 12 
13 Elizabeth w. of Henry Evans, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 25 

17 Thomas Beale, in the churchyard. No afF. 

20 Thomas Wightwick,* Esq''^, York Herald, in the chancell. Aff. made 

June 25 

21 Frances w. of Peter Fossett, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 25 
24 E-ebecca Stubbs, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

July 4 Elizabeth w. of William Hull, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 12 

12 John Kirby, sexton, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 24 for Kerby 

15 Robert s. of liobert and Sarah AValker, in the churchyard. No aff. 

18 Martha w. of Thomas Golding, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 24 

for Goulden 

Tho. Cooke, Sector 

19 Ann dau. of William and Ann Atwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

July 24 for Attwood 
29 Mary w. of Thomas Lawson, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Aug, 7 Kobert Dale, Esq'^, Richmond Herald, in the church. Aff. made 
Aug. 11 for Deale 

8 William Orrell, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 11 for Orell 

9 William s. of Charles Cornwall, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 17 

for Cornwell 
9 Ann w. of William Atwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 17 
12 Thomas s. of John and Elizabeth Scott, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 17 
26 William s. of Abraham and Elizabeth Smith, in the churchyard. Aff, 

made Aug. 31 
29 William s. of William and Catherina Anna Cutter, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Aug. 31 for Cuter 
29 Mary dau. of Matthew and Ann French, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 31 

* Thomas Whitwick, York Herald,— Ed. 



fiURIALS. 11^ 

1722 

Sept. 18 Robert "Westland, brought from the country, in the church. Aff. made 
Sept. 22 

19 Philip s. of Philip and Ann Planten, in the churchyard. No aff. 
25 Mary w. of Joseph Miller, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 27 
27 Thomas Blundell, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 3 for Blundel 

27 Thomas s. of Charles and Grace Stacey, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 3 
Oct. 2 Charles, a bastard s. of Margery Harrison and Henry Eoden, in the 
churchyard. No aff. made 
10 Eleanor w. of Daril Steele, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 17 for 
Steel 

28 Elizabeth Parrott, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 31 

for Tarratt 
28 Edward s. of William and Elizabeth Vauglian, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Oct. 31 
Nov. 23 Sarah Priest, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 28 
Dec. 5 George Westland, in the church. Aff. made Dec. 8 

6 Christopher s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Warner, in the churchyard. 
No aff. 

30 Bridget dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Jan. 4 
Jan. 2 Thomas s. of Richard and Martha Sadler, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Jan. 8 

20 Mary av. of Elias Verney, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 24 

31 Robert Walker, in the churchyard. Aff. made Eeb. 8 

Feb. 3 Adam s. of John and Hannah Sewell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Feb. 8 

3 John s. of Edward and Ann Browne, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 8 for Brown 

4 Lydia dau. of William and Frances Manley, brought from S' Andrew, 

Holbon, in the church. Aff. made Feb. 8 
9 Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Freeman, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
Feb. 22 
18 Mary dau. of John and Sarah Holmes, in the churchvard. Aff. made 

Feb. 22 
27 *Cecil s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Warburton. Aff. made March 11 
Mar. 4 Thomas Mills, a bearer, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 11 for 
Miller 
8 John Morgan, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 John Crosley, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 23 

21 A still born male child of D'' Strahan, in the churchvard. No aff. 



1723. 

April 3 George Wakeford, junior, in the churchvard. Aff. made April 10 for 
Wakford 
5 Rebecca dau. of Joseph and Catherine Edwards, in the churchyard. 

No aff. 
9 Sarah dau. of Joan Denham, almswomau. Aff. made April 10 
15 Ann w. of William Pope, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 19 
27 Elizabeth Edmonds, widow, in the church. Aff. made April 30 for 
Edmunds 
May 1 Elizabeth Cordwell, a nursechild, in the churchyard. No aff. 

* This entry has been interlitieated but is iu the same handwriting, and appears in its proper 
place in the book for registering burials iu woollen. — Ed. 



118 REGISTERS OP ST. BENe't, PAUL S WHARI*. 

1723 
May 2 John s. of Tilney and Elizabeth Hunter, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
May 8 
12 Rebecca dau. of Christopher and Sarah Batrum, in the churchyard. 
Noaff. 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

21 Prank s. of William "White, Proctor, by Elizabeth his Avife, in the 
churchyard. Aff. made May 30 
Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary Highly, in the churchyard. No aff. 
John Ladd, batchelour, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 30 
Ann Miller, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 14 for Milles 
Giles s. of "William and Elizabeth Smith, in the ch. y**. Aff. made 

June 14 
John s. of Henry and Elizabeth Eaton, in the churchy"^. Aff. made 

July 10 
William s. of William and Eleanor Lee, in the churchy*!. Aff. made 

July 10 
Eichard s. of William and Elizabeth Watson, in the churchy^. Aff. 

made July 13 for Wattson 
Sarah Perkins, a nursechild, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Mary Ashurst, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 14 
Ann w. of John Bernard, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 14 
Joseph Carter, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Mary dau. of Francis and Susanna Coster, in the churchy'^. Aff. made 

Aug. 21 
Christian Barrett, a nursechild, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Sarah dau. of William and Mary Gyles, in the churchy''. Aff. made 

Sept. 14 for Giles 
Josuah s. of Moses and Mary Bound, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 14 
Elizabeth dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth Jones, in the churchy^. Aff. 

made Sept. 28 
Charles Gotier, a bastard child, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 15 

for Costear 
William s. of William and Mary Hood, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 23 
Hannah dau. of John and Hannah Gray, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 12 
Hannah dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 12 
Jane w. of Steven Shering, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 12 
M'* Mary Garrett, spinster, in the church. Aff. made Nov. 21 for 

Garratt 
Margaret dau. of Moses and Margaret Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 21 
Thomas s. of Samuel and Marv Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 14 
David Marsh, in the cliurchyard. Aff. made Dec. 16 
John s. of Thomas Henchman, farrier, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Dec. 29 for Hinsman 
A male child found dead in a coffin. No aff. 
Jeremiah s. of Charles and Elizabeth Jones, in y^ churchy*. Aff. made 

Dec. 31 
Mary w. of Edward Hymore, in the church. Aff. made Jan. 5 
Balph Broadhurst, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 29 
Elizabeth Allen, in the churchyard. Aff. made Peb. 3 
John Williams, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 9 



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26 

26 

9 

10 




30 


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7 




U 


Aug. 


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11 
11 
13 
13 


Sept. 


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4 




11 




26 


Oct. 


10 




18 


Nov. 


8 




12 




13 
19 




22 


Dec. 


12 




15 
27 




27 
31 


Jan. 
Feb. 


3 
29 

1 
7 



BURIALS. 119 

1723 

Feb. 14 Robert Cleeter, a pensioner, in tlie churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 17 

19 Pierson s. of Francis and Christian Boycott, in v^ church. Aff. made 
Feb. 21 

25 Elizabeth Perkins, an alraswomaa, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 27 

26 William s. of William and Elizabeth Burridge, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Feb. 28 
Mar. 2 Ann dau. of Thomas and Ann Howell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
March 2 
7 Hannah w. of John Shewell, farrier, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

March 7 
9 Mary \v. of Moses Boundy, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 11 
13 Thomas Boade, Parish Clerk, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 18 
for Bead 

" 1724. 

Mar. 29 Hannah dau. of Thomas and Mary Dickes, in the Ch. yard. Aff. made 
March 30 
Edward Mysson, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 30 for Misson 
Silas dau. [sic] of Jonathan and Elizabeth Bisley, in the ch. y''. Aff. 

made June 3 
John Martin, a porter, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 4 
Ann Chitvvell, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 6 
Edward Shaw, a Proctor, in the church. Aff. made July 12 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

Delarivere Mauley, widow, in the church. Aff. made July 25 for Manly 
Patrick Midleton, A.M., Lecturer, in the church. Aff. made J uly 15 for 

Middelon 
Matthew Bromfield, a dyer, in the church. Aff. made July 24 
Rhoda dau. of Moses Boundy, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 27 
Henry Butler, Sugar refiner, in the church. Aff. made Sept. 14 
Elizabeth dau. of Hugh and Sarah Wilkinson, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Oct. 5 
Mary dau. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 23 

for Moris 
James Dobson, from Kensington, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 27 
Elizabeth Trusler, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 31 
William Collier, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 11 
Dorothy w. of Littleton Pugh, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 1 

for Pew 
Susanna Griffards, spinster, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 20 for 

Jeffords 
Mary Phillips, Avidow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 11 for 

Philips 
Hinchman dau. of Samuel and Catherine Stoniall, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Feb. 1 for Stoneall 
Jane Moore, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 5 for More 
Barbara dau. of Francis and Susanna Coster, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Feb. 7 
Johanna w. of Robert Couldham, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Feb. 14 for 

Coldham 
Michael Thompson, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 18 for Tompson 
Henry Tobias s. of Charles and Ann Musson. Aff. made Feb. 27 
George Priest, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 3 for Preist 
Elizabeth Vaughau, widow, almswoman, Aff. made March 7 for 

Vaughn 



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12 




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24 


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Oct. 


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27 




31 


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11 


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1 




20 


Jan. 


17 


Feb. 


1 




3 




7 




14 




16 




27 




28 


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4 



120 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe'T, PAIJL's WHARF. 

1725. 

April 12 Elizabeth Bricknell, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 12 for 

Brocknell 
May 12 Thomas Fletcher, a bearer, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 12 

13 Elizabeth dau. o£ William and Susanna Baxter, in the churciiyard. 

Aff. made May 13 

30 Samuel s. of John and Ann Church, in the C. yard. Aff. made May 30 

31 Ann Hare, spinster, in a vault in the ch. yard. Aff. made May 31 
June 2 Zechariah Josiah Mackature, in the ch. yard. Aff. made June 2 

15 Mary Grawthorne, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 15 

24 Samuel Atherley, a pensioner, in the Ch. yard. Aff. made June 24 for 

Athearly 
27 William s. of John and Elizabeth Townsend, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made June 27 for Townesend 
29 Sarah Locker, in the chancell. Aff. made June 29 
July 2 Betty dau. of William White, Proctor, Ch. yard. Aff. made July 2 

22 Frances dau. of A¥illiam aud Elizabeth Burridge, in the chui'chyard. 

Aff. made July 22 

25 Eleanor dau. of AVilliam and Elizabeth Eichardson, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made July 25 
Aug. 4 Elizabeth w. of Philip Dilly, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Aug. 4 
Sept. 7 Ann w. of Randolph Bosman, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Sept. 7 for 

Beaman 
19 Mary w. of Edward Upton, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Sept. 19 

23 John s. of Thomas and Ann Smith, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Sept. 23 
Oct. 2 Selwyn s. of Thomas and Ann Rogers, in the church. Aff. made Oct. 2 

3 Henry Lockwood, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 3 
15 *Elias s. of Elias and Sarah Verney, in ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 15 

18 *Robert Sayer, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 18 

Thomas Cooke, Rector 

Nov. 6 Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary Freeman, in the churchyard. Aff. 
made Nov. 6 for Freman 
10 Hannah dau. of Stephen and Sarah Densten, in c. yard. Aff. made 
Nov. 10 

14 Thomas s. of Robert and Mary Woolmer, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 14 

for Woollmer 

19 Juliana w. of Thomas Boler, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 19 

21 Mary Benard, widow, in the church. Misplaced. Aff. made Nov. 21 

for Barnard 
29 Susanna w. of Richard Booker, pensioner, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 29 
Dec. 5 William Pope, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 5 

20 Marv dau. of William and Elizabeth Richardson, in the churchyard. 

iff. made Dec. 26 

26 Martha Lockwood, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 26. 

[There are no q^ davits in the book between this entry and 6th 
March, 1727.— En.] 
Jan. 11 .Tames Pointing, in the churchyard. No aff. 

13 Jane Aldridge, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

14 Hannah w. of Peter Grreen, from Bishopsgate parish, in M"" Pugh's 

vault in the churchyard. No aff. 
Feb. 7 John s. of Robert and Sarah Atwood, in the churchyard. No aff. 

15 Stephen Tovey,t in the churchyard. No aff. 

* These two entries are almost obliterated. For " Verney" see Baptisms. — Ed. 
t Altered to " Tovey." — Ed. 



BUKIALS. 121 

]725 

¥eh. 15 Mary dau. of John and Mary Eadon, in the ch. yard No aff. 

27 Eobeit Webb, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Mar. 4 Lydia Sturgeon, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

8 Elias s. of Thomas and Mary xircher, in the ch. yard. No atF. 

17 Mary w. of Eichard Ploughman, in the ch. yard. No aff. 

19 David Davidson, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

1726. 

April 7 Mary dau. of Thomas and Ann Hillman, in the ch. yard No aff. 

30 Eichard Morris, in the churchyard. No aff. 

May 1 Thomas Pugh, in the churchyard No aff. 

10 .lane dau. of AVilliam and Jane Thoi'pe, in the ch. yard. No aff. 
29 Henry Peverell, in the churchyard. No aff. 

June 2 Jane dau. of Christopher and Jane Wi^-eman, ch. yard. No aff. 

2 Steven Sherring, in the churchyard. No aff. 

7 Mary Walton, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

7 Elizabeth Heath, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

12 Michael s. of Sherrington and Ann Somerville, ch. yard. No aff. 

20 Steven s. of Sherrington and Ann Somerville, ch. yard. No aff. 

21 Alice Weatherfield, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

July 3 Mary dau. of Francis and Ann Payne, in the ch. yard. No aff. 

3 John s. of John and Catherine Lee, in the churchyard. No aff. 
6 Eebecca Peverell, Avidow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 Margaret w. of Sydney Playle, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Aug. 6 Elizabeth dau. of Tilney and Elizabeth Hunter, ch. yard. No aff. 

11 Eobert Atwood, in the churchyard. No aff. 

21 John s. of Christopher and Mary Keble, ch. yard. No aff. 
Sept. 1 Ann w. of Daniel Smithy Sexton, in the churchyard. No aff. 

14 Mary Price, Almeswoman. No aff. 

18 Ann dau. of William and Winifred Souther, ch. yard. No aff. 

20 * William Cole, in the churchyard. No aff. 

21 James Spilman, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Oct. 2 Jemima King, in the churchyard. No aff. 

19 John Morss, in the churchyard. No aff. 

23 Daniel s. of Charles and Grace Stacey, ch. yard. No aff. 

23 Daniel Smith, Sexton, in the churchyai'd. No aff. 

23 John Eowell, in the churchyard. No aff. 

25. Christopher s. of Christopher and Mary Keble, ch. yard. No aff. 

26 James s. of Eobert and Elizabeth Wood, ch. yard. No aff. 

26 Catherine dau. of Griffith and Eleanor Eoberts, ch. yard. No aff. 

Nov. 8 Thomas Simpson, in the churchyard. No aff. 

8 Elizabeth dau. of John and Hannah Atkins, c. yard. No aff. 
11 William Attwell, Parish Clerk, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 Hannah Barr, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

20 Mary Herindine, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

Eeb. 28 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Cooke, Eector of this parish, by Ann his 
wife, buried in the chancell. Forgot to be registered in its due 
place. [There is an aff. made March 6 for Elizabeth Coocke 1726-7.] 
Dec. 9 Benjamin Hart, a stranger, in the churchyard. No aff. 

19 Lawrence s. of Mary Attwell, widow, in the ch. yard. No aff. 
29 Philip Ellis, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 
Jan. 3 Mary \v. of Samuel Wheeler, in the churchyard. No aff. 

* Written over another name. — Ed. 
VOL. IV. R 



122 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1726 

Jan. 15 Ann dau. of Samuel and Mary Ladd, in the churchyd. No aff. 

24 Elizabeth Teatman, widow, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Feb. 3 Margaret w. of Thomas Jones, in the churchyard. No atf. 

Mar. 1 Ann late w. of Eicliard Grimes, in the churchyard. No aff. 

11 Selwyn s. of Thomas and Ann Eogers, in the church. No afF. 

17 John Warren, a glasier, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 28 

19 George Beezo, a black, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 20 for 
Bissowe 

1727. 

Mar. 28* Mark s. of William and Catherina Cutter, in j'^ churchv'^. Aff. made 

March 28 
April 2 Ann Spencer, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 9 

2 Priscilla Arkell, in the churchyard. Aff. made Mav 9 for Prissilah 

Ark ell 
2 John s. of Matthew and Ann French, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

May 9 for Frinch 
11 John Warren, Glasier, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 28 [sic] 

for Warrin 
26 Elizabeth Ba.xter, widow, brought from S' Giles, Cripplegate, in the 
churchyard. Aff. made April 26 
May 16 Ann w. of William Hull of Harrow Court, ch. yard. Aff. made May 16 

16 Mary Coursse, sp.,dau.of [blank] Coursse, Porter, ch. yard. Aff. made 

May 16 

18 Jennett w. of Walter Grace, Apparitor, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

May 18 
June 1 Hannah dau. of John and Joanna Powell, ch. y'^. Aff. made June 1 

for Powel 
29 Elizabeth Swinhow, widow, brought fi-om Enfield, in the church. 

No aff. 
July 5 Mary Hodges, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 14 

17 Capt. Thomas Dowell from Newirigtou, Midx., in ch. yard. Aff, made 

July 17 

19 Hannah dau. of John and Hannah Atkins, ch. yard. Aff. made July 19 
28 Ann w. of James Harding of S' Peter's, in the church. Aft', made 

July 28 
28 Henry s. of John and Elizabeth Terry, a pensioner, ch. y"^. Aff. made 

for Teary July 27 
31 Mary dau. of James Harding of S* Peter's, in the church. Aff. made 

July 31 
Aug. 10 Mary dau. of John and Judith Thompson, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

for Tom son Aug. 10 
11 John s. of John and Mary Carter, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 11 

14 Joseph Miller from S' Peter's, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 14 

15 John s. of Roger and Frances Corderoy, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

Aug. 15 
25 William s. of John and Hannah Atkins, ch. yard, Aff. made for 
Adkins Aug. 25 
Sept. 1 Eobert Constable, Proctor of the Arches, in the church. No aff. 
7 Mary Lands, spinster, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 7 
14 Samuel Firmstone, sugar boyler, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 14 

for Firmston 
21 John s. of John and Susannah Birkinshaw, ch. yard. Aff. made for 
Buckinshaw Sept. 21 

* Entry is interlineated. — Ed, 



BURIALS. 123 

1727 

Sept. 22 John Blake, from S* Bartholomew Hospital, c. yard. Aff. made for 
Blak Sept. 22 
25 Matthew s. of Walter and Martha Bowen, ch. yard. AfE. made for 
Bowin Sept. 25 

27 John s. of John and Ann Mallard, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Sept. 27 
Oct. 14 John s. of Henry and Martha Woodward, ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 14 
22 Tilney Hunter, in the churchyard. Aff. made for Tinley Hunter Oct. 22 
25 Martha w. of Henry Chappell, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 25 

28 John Keble, sen'', coal mei-cbant, and Sarah his wife, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Oct. 28 

29 Henry s. of Henry and Martha Woodward, ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 29 
Nov. 5 Henry Clark, brought from S* Steven, Coleman street, in the church- 
yard. Aff. made Nov. 5 

14 John Homer, a batchelour, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 14 
14 William Doogood, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made for 
Dogood Nov. 14 

17 Abigail w. of Joseph Hopkins of S* Peter's, Pauls wharf, in the 

churchyard. No aff. 

[In the original here follow Christenings, 1685 to 1729, then three pages 
of Burials, as here follow.] 

Dec. 4 Walter Bowen, in the churchyard. Aff. made for Bowin Dec. 4 

4 Dinah dau. of John and Sarah Kent, in the c. yard. Aff. made Dec. 4 
19 John s. of John and Sarah Gratliff, in the churchyard. Aff. made for 
G-attlefe Dec. 19 
Jan. 27 Thomas s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Tinckling, ch. yard. Aff. made 

Jan. 28 
Feb. 3 James s. of James and Ann Melcher, in the churchy^. No aff. 

9 Mary dau. of John and Prudence Holmes, ch. yard. Aff. made Feb. 9 
11 John Stent, in the churchyard. Aff. made Feb. 11 

18 Fulks Wenham, churchwarden, in the church. Aff. made Feb. 18 

22 Mary dau. of James and Elizabeth Ford, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

Feb. 23 
25 Matthew s. of Matthew and Ann French, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

for Frinch Feb. 25 
Mar. 12 Francis s. of Francis and Elizabeth Pendleton, ch. yard. Aff. made 

March 10 
17 John Pope, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 17 

1728. 

April 4 Joseph Lampson, Porter to D'* Commons, in the church. Aff. made 
April for Lampston 
7 Aff. made April 7 for Jane Mathis. No entry in Eegister 

11 Winifred Simpson, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made April JO 

for Simson 

12 Robert Ambrose, batchelour, in the churchyard. Aff. made for 

Ambross April 12 
14 Ann Morse, widow, an almeswoman, in the churchyard. Aff. made 
for Moss April 14 

17 Phoebe Powell, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 17 

18 Sarah dau. of James and Sarah Grreen, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

April 18 

29 Eobert Booz, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 29 

30 Ellis Lindhurst, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 30 



124 REGlStERS OF ST. BENE't, PAULAS WHARt. 

Sarah dau. of Israll and Mary Lyon, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

May 9 
Yenetia Martin, spinster, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 15 
John Peasley, a pensioner, brought from Trinity parish, ch. yard. 

No aff. 
Mary dau. of Henry and Mary Eobinson, ch. yard. Aff. made June 24 
Hannah Gilly, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made for Gille July 3 
Jane Miller, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made for Miler July 4 
Sarah w. of George Adams, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 16 
Robert s. of Thomas and Susanna White, churchyard. Aff. made 

July 16 
Martha Dowell, spinster, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 4 
Samuell Morris, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 23 
Sarah dau. of Thomas and Sarah Bothamly, ch. yard. No aff. 
Elizabeth w. of William Waters, Porter of Doctors Commons, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 17 
Elizabeth dau. of John and Catherine Lee, brought Lambeth, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 2 
Mary dau. of Philip and Winifred Cobb, ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 8 
Eobert s. of John and Ann Mitchell, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Oct. 4 
Elizabeth Cox, widow, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 25 
Thomas Cartwright, batchelour, from Tunbridge, in c. yard. Aff. 

made Nov. 13 
Elizabeth Archer, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 14 
Matthew Prench, in the churchyard. Aff. made for JMathew Frinch 
James Bye, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Mary Jones, an almeswoman, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 15 
Thomas Cutter, basketmaker, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 20 
Elizabeth Pennington, a child, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 6 

for Peninton 
Elizabeth dau. of John and Ann Martin, ch. yard. Aff. made Jan. 22 
Aff. made Jan. 25 for Sarah Moris. Not in Register 
Lydia dau. of Nathaniel and Ann Highmore, c. y. Aff. made Peb. 4 
Richard s. of Richard and Martha Sadler, c. yard. Aff. made Peb. 5 

for Sadlear 

7 Henry s. of Henry and Martha Woodward, ch. yard. Aff. made 

Peb. 6 
18 Judith dau. of Sheringtou and Ann Somerville, ch. yard. Aff. made 
for Sumerfillds Feb. 18 
Mar. 5 Mary w. of Robert Coursee, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 4 
for Corsey 

1729. 

April 18 William Waters, Porter of D" Commons, iu the ch. yard. Aff. made 
April 18 
28 George Palmer, a bastard, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 27 for 
Charles Parmer 
May 16 Mary dau. of Samuel and Mary Price, ch. yard. Aff. made May 16 

17 Jane dau. of John aiul Mary Martin, ch. yard. Aff. made May 17 
June 6 Catherine Houblon, spinster, in a vault iu the church. Brought from 
Kensington. Aff. made June 6 for Houbland 

8 Mary Taylor, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 8 for Tayler 
IL .John Davidge, in the churchyard. Aff". made June 10 for Davige 

21 Elizabeth dau. of Nicholas and Elizabeth Roberts, c, yard. Aff. made 
June 21 for Robarts 



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16 




18 


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4 




6 




25 


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13 




14 


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3 




11 




15 




20 


Jan. 


6 




20 




25 


Feb. 


4 




5 



buiRtALg. 125 

AVilliam Benniiig, woolstapler, in the church. Aff. made June 22 
Mary dau. of Samuel and Mary Felstead, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

June 29 for Felsteed 
Elizabeth Nicolls dau. of Pliilip and Elizabeth Palmer, ch. y. Aff. 

made June 29 
Samuel Morris, accidentally drowned, in the ch. yard. Aff. made July 15 
John Stevens, a rollarmaker, B. in the churchyard. No aff. 
Abigail Pauliswliarf, a foundling, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Aug. 14 
Ricliard s. of Thomas and Alice Overton, ch. yard. Aff. made Aug. 17 
William s. of William and Mary Rigden, ch. yard. Aff. made Aug. 2G 

for Rigdan 
Martha dau. of Francis and Hannah Wright, c. yard. Aff. made Aug. 28 
Robert s. of John and Phoebe Leveridge, ch. yard. Aff. made Aug. 29 

for Leaverige 
Walter s. of Joshua and Mary Robinson, ch. yard. Aff. made Sept. 7 
Mary \v. of Thomas Builey, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 19 
Samuel s. of Samuel and Isabella Morris, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

Sept. 27 
An aff. made Oct. 14 for Ellinor Rey, not in the Register 
Mary dau. of Prancis and Hannah Wright, ch. yard. Aff. made Oct. 17 
Reynolds s. of Thomas and Clemence Marrion, ch. yard. Aff. made 

'Oct. 19 
Mary dau. of John and Eleanor Matthews, c. y. Aff. made Oct. 22 
Catherine Henshman dau. of Edward and Catherine Galliers, in the 

churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 24 for Hinchman 
John s. of John and Catherine Allen, ch. yard. No aff. 
Mary dau. of John and Prudence Holmes, c. y. Aff. made Oct. 30 for 

Homes 
Elizabeth w. of John Walter, in the churchyard, Aff. made Nov. 4 
Elizabeth Billinger, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 15 for 

Bulinger 
Joan Denham, an almeswoman, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 19 
Mary dau. of John and Barbara Wynn, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 19 

for Winn 
William s. of Thomas and Ann Smith, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 24 
William s. of Samuel and Mary Eelstead, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 28 

for Felstid 
Dec. 2 Clare Blundell, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 2 for 

Blundall 
8 Esther dau. of Samuel and Mildred Jones, c. yaixl. Aff. made Dec. 8 
22 George Thompson, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 22 for Tomson 
25 Thomas Henchman, farrier, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 2G for 

Hinchman 

28 Randal Bowman, stable keeper, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 28 

for Boman 
Jan. 10 William s. of Thomas and Ann Rogers, in the church. No aff. 

18 Mary w. of Edward Hemings, in the ch. yard. Aff. mnde Jan. 18 

25 Jane Hinckley, spinster, in tlie churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 25 for 

Hinkly 
27 Mary dau. of William and Elizabeth Jackson, c. y*". Aff. made Jan. 27 

29 John Chitwell, victualler, in the churchvard. Aff. made Jan. 29 for 

Chittwell 
Feb. 11 Sarah Scott, widow, in the churchyard. Aft. made Feb. 11 for Scot 

18 William Davis, Parish pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made 

Feb. 19 
Mar. 1 Mary Potter, widow, Parish pensioner, in the c. j'^. Aff. made March 1 



1729 


June 


22 




28 




29 


July 
Aug. 


15 

8 

13 




17 




26 




28 




29 


Sept. 


7 
19 




27 


Oct. 


14 




17 




19 




22 




24 




27 




30 


Nov. 


4 




15 




19 




24 




24 




28 



126 REGlSTEliS OP ST. BEKE*T, PAUL*S WHAtlF. 

1729 
Mar. 8 Elizabeth Boundy, in the churchyard. Aff. made March 8 for Bontey 
19 Mary dau. of William and Elizabeth Metcalf, ch. y^^. Aff. made 
March 19 for Meadcalf 

1730. 

April 2 John WeaA'^er, waterman, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 3 
9 William Rigden, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 9 

15 Ann Lindhurst, spinster, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 15 for 

Linhurst 

19 Mary w. of Samuel Felstead, in the churchyard. Aff. made April 19 

for Felstid 
25 Thomas s. of John and Urial Weaver, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 
April 25 
May 2 Sarah Bennett, spinster, from S' Peter's, in the ch. yard. AfF. made 
April 30 for Benitt 
2 Cornelia Martendale, from S' George the Martyr, Midx., church. AfF. 
made May 2 for Markindail 

22 Elizabeth w. of Greorge Hill, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 22 

30 Catherine dau. of Sherington and Ann Somerville, c. y. Aff. made 

May 30 for Sumerfeld 
June 1 John s. of John and Dorothy Jones, in the churchyard. AfF. made 
June 1 

28 Joseph Hopkins, widower, from S'^ Peter, Paul's Wharf, in the church- 

yard. No aff. 
July 5 Eebecca dau. of E-'chard and Mary Hopkins, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made July 5 
IG Elizabeth Bridges, widow, from S"^ Steven, Coleman Street, in the 

church. AfF. made July 16 
21 Moses Boundy, widower, in the churchyard. Aff. made July 21 for 

Bonty 

25 Samuel s. of Samuel and Mary Eelstead, ch. y'^. Aff. made July 25 for 

Eelsted 

31 Mary Beaccm, spinster, in the ch. yard. No aff. 
Aug. 11 lUing Davis, a pensioner, in the churchyard. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

14 James s. of Richard and Mary Wallin, in c. yard. Aff. made Aug. 14 
2G Mary dau. of John and Mary Eoydon, in the churchyard. Aft", made 

Aug. 26 for Eoyden 
31 William Seymour, batchelour, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 31 

for Seamore 
Sept. 12 Eebecca dau. of Sydney and Ann Playle, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

Sept. 12 
18 M'^ Sarah Lovatt, in the church. Ail', made Sept. 18 for Loveitt 

23 Hannah dau. of Abraham and Mary Simes, c. y. Aff. made Sept. 23 
Oct. 9 Elizabeth dau. of Erancis and Susanna Coster, c. y. Aff. made Oct. 9 

for Costor 

16 Eichard Johnson, batchelour, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 16 

26 Nathaniel Kirk, batchelour, from S*^ Peter's Parish, in the chancell. 

Aff. made Oct. 20 for Civke 
30 Sarah w. of Thomas Astwick, in the churchyard. Aff. made Oct. 30 
for Askquith 
Nov. 5 Ann w. of William Smalley, in the ch. yard. Aff. made Nov. 5 

20 Greorge s. of James and Elizabeth Eoord, ch. yard. Aff. made Nov 

for Eord 

29 Mary w. of William Wood, in the churchyard. Aff. made Nov. 29 



1730 

Nov. 30 


Jan. 


7 
20 


Feb. 


25 
27 
11 




12 


Mar. 


23 
23 

18 




4 

4 

10 



BURIALS. 127 

Mildred dau. of Samuel and Mildred Jones, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Nov. 30 
Abrahnm Wilson, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 7 for Willson 
Isaac Burbidge, a pensioner, in the churchyard. A&. made Jan. 20 for 

Burbrige 
Mary Underwood, a pensioner, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 25 
Eoger Corderoy, in the churchyard. Aff. made Jan. 27 for Cordyroy 
Mary w. of George Davis of S* Peter's, in the church. Aff. made 

Feb. 11 
Bryan George s. of Bryan and Dorothy "Welch, in the churchyard. 

A ff. made Feb. 12 
Ealjih Chitwell, in the church. Aff". made March 23 for Chittwell 
Thomas Beale, in the churchyard. Aff. uade March 23 for Beal 
John s. of William and Bebecca Higginson, in the churchyard. Aff. 

made March IS for Rebeckah Higginson 
Eaines Trigg, in the churchyard. Aft", made March 9 
Elizabeth \v. of Eobert Smith, in the ch. yard. Aff. made March 4 
John s. of John and Mary Baldwin, in the ch. yard. Aff. made 

March 10 

1731. 

Mar. 30 An aff. is made March 30 for Franceis Jackson. Not in the Register 
April 4 Catherina Anna dau. of William and Catherina Anna Cutter, in the 
churchyard. Aff. made April 4, a child 

5 Elizabeth w. of James Reeves, in the church. Aff\ made April 5 

14 An aff. is made April 14 for James Fewtrill, a child. Not in the 

Register 
18 Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Stacey, in the c. y. Aff. made April 18 
for Stayci, a child 
May 2 John Williams, in the churchyard. Aff. made May 2 

6 Ann w. of Edward Newland, in the ch. yard. Aff. made May 6 

12 INIary AVilkinson, in the churchyard. Aff. made for AVilkason May 12 
24 The Rev. I\I^' Thomas Cooke, Rector of this Parish, in the chancell. 
Aff. made May 24 for Cook 
June 28 Jane Whightman, in the churchyard. Aff. made June 28 for White- 
man 
Aug. 2 Matthew Matthews, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 2 for Mathis 
2 Robert Smith, in the churchyard. Aff. made Aug. 2 

18 William s. of AVilliam and Mary Baldwin, in the c. y. Aff. made 

Aug. 18 for Balding, a child 

19 Mary w. of Thomas Goodson, Clerk of this Parish, in the churchyard. 

Aff. made Aug. 19 
23 Dame Elizabeth LLoyd, widow, in a vault in the churchyard. Aff. 

made Aug. 23 
Sept. 2 Elizabeth Dogood, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 2 for Dewgood 
17 AV alter Grace, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 17 

22 Alexander s. of William and Elizabeth Metcalf, in the c. y. Aff. made 

Sept. 22 for Madcalfe, a child 

23 Hannah Clark, widow, in the churchyard. Aff. made Sept. 23 
Nov. 14 William Fisher, in the churcliyard. Aff. made Nov. 14 

Dec. 5 Hannah dau. of Francis and Hannah Wright, in the c. y. Aff. made 
Dec. 5, a child 
26 John Vincent, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 26 for Vinson 
26 Mary Saxby, in the churchyard. Aff. made Dec. 26 
31 James Cooper, in the church. Aff. made Dec. 31 
31 William Newell, in the churchyard. No aff. 



128 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1731 
Jan. 2 Elizabeth Watson w. of Edward Watson, in the church. Aff. made 
Jan. 2 
2 Mary Lee, in the churchyard. AfE. made Jan. 2 

'•Por more burials see Book K. of St. Benet & J. also." 



K. 

Burials from 11^" Jan^ 1731-2 to 29 Dec« 1805 



A Eegister of Burials in ye Parish of S' Bennet, Paul's "Wharf, in y^ City of 
London, beginning on y^ 11^'' day of January 1731-2. 

Burials in S' Bonnet's 1731-2. 

Jan. 11 Methusalem Miller. AflSdavit made Jan. 11 
Peb. 6 Margaret Green. Aff. made Peb. G 

13 Martha Terry. Aff. made Peb. 13 
Mar. 6 Koberts s. of Eoberts and Olive Balchen. Aff. made March 6 for 
Balchin, a child 

' 1732. 

April 20 Elizabeth Wakeford. Aff. made April 20 

22 Thomas Alworth. Aff. made April 22, AUworth 

30 Mary wife of John Horton. Aff. made April 30 

May 3 Eichard s. of Prancis and Hannah Wright. Aff. made May 3, child 

3 Mary dau. of John and Mary Hoyden. Aff. made May 3, child 

7 John Moss. Aff. made May 7 for Morss 

10 Clement wife of Thomas Malyan. Aff. made May 10 for Malyon 

June 5 Ann wife of llichard Fortnam. Aff. made June 5 lor Portnum 

6 Andrew Patten. x\ff. made June 6 for Pattou 

28 Sarah dau. of Samuel and Mary Price. Aff. made June 28 for child 

July 5 Samuel s. of Samuel and Mildred Jones. Aff. made July 5 for child 

Aug. 21 Hannah Paterson, buried in y*^ church. Aff. made Aug. 21 for Hanah 

Patterson 

Sept. 18 Thomas Eldridge [John is first written for Christian name but marked 
out]. Aff. made Sept. 18 for Elldridge 

25 Mary wife of William Preeman. Aff. made Sept. 25 

Oct. 2 Eichard Booker. Aff. made Oct. 2 

3 The Eev*^ M"" Laurence Cooke, in y^ chancel. Aff. made Oct. 3 for 
Cook 

10 Ann Hinton. Aff. made Oct. 10 

IG Bennett Maberly. Aff. made Oct. 16 for Mauberly, child 

17 Eebfcca dau. of Eichard and Mary Hopkins. Aff. made Oct. 17, child 

21 Jusepli s. of Samuel and Mary Price. Aff. made Oct. 21, child 

22 John s. of William and Elisabeth Barton. Aff. made Oct. 22 for 

Barlow, child 
27 Mary wife of Samuel Price. Aff. made Oct. 27 
Nov. 19 Mary wife of Joshuah Eobinson. Aff. made Nov. 19 

20 Katheriiie dau. of Edward and Margaret Matthews. Aff. made Nov. 20 
for Mathis 



BURIALS. 129 

1732 

Nov. 26 Robert s. of Eobert and Susanna Page. Aff. made Nov. 26, child 

27 Ann dau. of John and Elisabeth Ingram. Aff. made Nov. 27 for 

Ingrame, child 

28 .John Limbrough s. of William and Sarah Gatliffe. AfE. made Nov. 28 

for Limburrow Gattlife, child 

29 *Jane dau. of Joseph and Jane Darby. A If. made Nov. 29, child 
Dec. 6 Elisabeth Vaughan. Aff. made Dec. 6 

10 Anne dau. of Walter and Beatrix Mappilow. Aff. made Dec. 10 for 
Mapilow, child 

20 Sai*ab dau. of Eichard and Jane Patton. Aff. made Dec. 20, child 
Jan. 2 Francis Hood. Aff. made Jan. 2 

5 Dame Sarah Houblon, in y*^ church. Aff. made Jan. 5, buried in 
linning 

21 Sarah Patton, widow. Aff. made Jan. 21 

Eeb. 4 Francis Watson. Aff. made Feb. 4 for Wattson 

4 Eebecca Comber. Aff. made Feb. 4 

14 Samuel s. of John and Ann AVooderson. Aff. made Feb. 14, child 
24 Phillip Cobbe. Aff. made Feb. 24 for Cobb 

1733. 

April 19 William Freeman. Aff. made April 19 

May 5 Susannah and Abraham Billingsly. Aff. made May 5, children 

13 Hannah wife of Joseph Peat. Aff. made May 13 for Peete 
20 Mary Carter. Aff. made May 20 

June 17 John s. of John and Prudence Holmes. Aff. made June 17 for Homes, 
child 
19 John s. of Francis and Hannah Wright. Aff. made June 19, child 
Aug. 8 Mary Sharpley. Aff. made Aug. 8 for Sharply 

30 Elizabeth Holbem. Aff. made Aug. 30 

Oct. 2 Elizabeth dau. of John and Dorothy Jones. Aff. made Oct. 2, child 

18 Martha dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Wakeford. Aff. made Oct. 18, 

child 

19 Samuel Ladd. Aff. made Oct. 19 for Lad 

28 Troth wife of Thomas Siblis. Aff. made Oct. 28 for Seblis 

31 William s. of William and Mary Orson. Aff. made Oct. 31 
Nov. 2 William Jones. Aff. made Nov. 2 

5 Jane Warner. Aff. made Nov. 5 

Dec. 3 Elizabeth dau. of Alexander and Elizabeth Adderly Aff. made Dec. 3, 
child 
9 Hannah dau. of Alexander and Elizabeth Adderly. Aff. made Dec. 9, 
child 
Jan. 5 Jane dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth Boilin. Aff. made Jan. 5 for Boylin 
17 Elizabeth Pointing. Aff. made Jan. 17 
24 Mary dau. of James aud Mary Wheatly. Aff. made Jan. 24 for 

Wheetly, child 
27 Arthur Odey. Aff. made Jan. 27 
Feb. 3 Henry Planner. Aff. made Feb. 3 for Planer 

5 Phoebe dau. of John and Phoebe Leveridge. Aff. made Feb. 5 for 
Leaverige, child 

14 Elizabeth dau. of John and Barbara Wynne. Aff. made Feb. 14 for 

Winn, child 
24 James Herhold. Afi\ made Feb. 24 
Mar. 5 Henry s. of William and Mary Eigden. Aff. made March 5, child 
10 Mary Freeman. Aff. made March 10 

* This entry is crossed out, but the aflidavit was made and is not crossed out. — Ed. 
yoL. ly, s 



130 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL*S WHARE. 

1733 
Mar. 16 Mary Chitwell. Aff. made March 16 for Chittwell 
22 Dorothy Jones. Aff. made March 22 

1734. 

April 6 John s. of John and Elizabeth Adderly. Aff. made April 6 for 

Atherley, child 
Susannah dau. of John and Susanna Dollason. Aff. made May 27, child 
John Lee. Aff. made June 5 
Eleanor Ibutson. Aff. made June 7 
James s. of Alexander and Elizabeth Adderly. Aff. made June 14' for 

Ellickander Atherley, child 
Ann Ayers. Aff. made July 10 for Eyers 

"William s. of Abraham and Mary Simms. Aff. made July 14 for Symes 
Thomas Seabourn. Aff. made July 20 

James s. of William and Mary Orson. Aff. made July 20, child 
Marmaduke Hall. Aff. made Aug. 3, child 
Benjamin s. of Anthony and Elizabeth Billingsley. Aff. made Aug. 3 

for Billinesly, child 
Susannah Costarr. Aff. made Aug. 26 for Coster 
Mary dau. of "William and INIary Lynton. Aff. made Aug. 28 
Judith Kiplin. Aff. made Sept. 4 for Kipling 
"William s. of "William and Bridget "Wynne. Aff. made Sept. 21 for 

"Winn, child 
"William s. of Thomas and Martha Winchester. Aff. made Oct. 20, child 
Susannah Newland. Aff. made Oct. 23 
Jane King. Aff. made Nov. 12 

Mary and Ann "Wheatly. Aff. made Dec. 1 for "Whetly, children 
Charles Green, in y^ church. Aff. made Dec. 19 

"William Bramston, D'' of Laws. Aff. made Dec. 20; buried in the church 
Mary Carter. Aff. made Jan. 7 
Ann Phillips. Aff. made Jan. 11, child 
Thomas s. of Edward and Sarah Eoberts. Aff. made June 23 for 

Eobarts, child 
Lydia Phillips. Aff. made Jau. 24 
Xtopher Wynne. Aff. made Jan. 30 for Winn 
William Shipton. Aff. made Feb. 2 
Erancis Stacy. Aff. made Feb. 9 
Elizabeth Davis. Aff. made Feb. 11 
Anne Stent. Aff. made March 5 

Elizabeth Townsend, in y'' church. Aff. made March 5 
William Thompson. Aff. made March 9 
Elizabeth King. Aff. made March 16 
Anne Wakeford, in y^ church. Aft', made March 17 
Elizabeth Smith. Aff. made March 19 

1735. 

William Orson. Aff. made April 24 

Frances dau. of Henry and Marv Taylor. Aff. made May 2, child 

John Bottrell. No aff. 

Anne Hall. No aff. 

Philadelphia Grace. Aff. made Sept. 5, child 

Elizabeth Owen. Aff. made Sept. 28 

Frances Smith. Aff. made Oct. 2 

Elizabeth dau. of John and Margaret Curtis. Aff. made Oct. 14, a child 

Samuel Lovewell. Aft', made Oct. 26 



May 


27 


June 


! 5 




7 




14 


July 


10 




14 




21 




21 


Aug. 


3 




3 




26 




28 


Sept. 


4 




21 


Oct. 


20 




23 


Nov. 


12 


Dec. 


1 




19 




20 


Jan. 


7 




11 




23 




24 




30 


Feb. 


2 




9 




11 


Mar. 


5 




5 




9 




16 




17 




19 


April 


24 


May 


2 


July 


17 


Aug. 


2 


Sept, 


5 




28 


Oct. 


2 




14 




26 



BURIALS. 131 

1735 

Nov. 27 Jolin Sherman, a Pensioner. Aff. made Nov. 27 

Dec. 20 Dean s. of Robert and Catherine Bartlett. Aff. made Dec. 20, child 

Jan. 2 Elizabeth Cutter. A&. made Jan. 2 

11 Mary Tidderly. A.ff. made Jan. 11 

14 Thomas Keble. Aff. made Jan. 14 for Keeble 

14 G-race Stacey. Aff. made Jan. 14 for Stacy 
21 Ann Bryan. Aff. made Jan. 21 for Bryon 

29 M''^ Anne Cooke, in y^ chancel. Aff. made Jan. 29 for Dame Anne 
Cooke 

Feb. 3 Eobert s. of Henry and Mary Glanvill. Aff. made Feb. 3 for 
Grianfield, a child 

4 Elizabeth Booker, Pensioner. Aff. made Feb. 4 

5 Mark Dowel. Aff. made Feb. 5 for Dewel 

15 Charles Musson. Aff. made Feb. 15 

16 Thomas Jones. Aff. made Feb. 16 
16 Jane Jones. Aff. made Feb. 16 

20 Sarah Henchman, a Pensioner. Aff. made Feb. 20 for Hinchman 

25 Elizabeth dau. of Robei't and Susannah Ellis. Aff. made Feb. 25, 
a child 

27 Eobert s. of John and Elisabeth Price. Aff. made Feb. 27, a child 
Mar. 11 John Maddox. Aff. made March 11 

13 Eebecca Boode. Aff. made March 13 

14 Kobert Black grove. Aff. made March 14 

18 Elizabeth dau. of William and Mary Lynton. Aff. made March 18 

24 Robert s. of John and Ann Cook. Aff. made March 24 for Cooke, 

a child 

1736. 

Mar. 25 Diana Maddox. Aff. made March 25 

28 Richard Smith. Aff. made March 28 

April 10 Xtopher Keble, Pensioner. Aff. made April 10 for Keeble 

May 9 Mary Atherley. Aff. made May 9 

19 Mary Keble, Pensioner. Aff. made May 19 for Keeble 
31 Elizabeth Parkinson. Aff. made May 30 for Parkeinson 

June 13 Mary dau. of Henry and Catharine Ibutson. Aff. made June 13, a child 

13 Elizabeth dau. of Isaac and Prudence Claridge. Aff. made June 13 

for Clarige, a child 

29 Alexander s. of xA.lexander and Mary Atherley. Aff. made June 29, a 

child 
July 8 Jobn s. of John and Mary Baldwyu. Aff. made July 8 for Ballden, 
a child* 

25 Sarah wife of James Grreen, in y*' church 
Aug. 12 William Green, widower 

12 Mary Franklin 

Sept. 3 Frances wdfe of James Easson 

3 Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Canfield 

5 Edmund Bowyer 

12 Elizabeth dau. of Henry and Hannah Woodfield 

20 John Lewis 

Oct. 4 John s. of John and Elizabeth Price 

7 Rebecca dau. of Burcome and Mary Newman 

20 Zipporah Smith 

21 Elizabeth Harley 
Nov. 15 William Price 

14 Katharine Robinson 

* This is the last eutry iu the Register of Burials in Woollen. — Ed. 



132 REGISTERS Of ST. BENE't, PAUL*S WHARE. 

1736 

Nov. 23 Solomon Smith 

Dec. 12 Benjamin s. of Joseph and Elizabeth Archer 

12 James s. of Cornelius and Sarah Calwyn 

15 Mary Leveridge 

18 Frances Brand 
Jan. 2 Xtopher Carter 

7 James s. of John and Elizabeth Clarke 
10 Ann Sawyer 

16 Ann Button 
20 Isaac Holraid 

Feb. 3 M" Mary Holman, widow 

8 Eobert KeUy 

24 John s. of Robert and Eebecca Smith , 

24 Francis s. of Francis and Elizabeth Pendleton 
Mar. 14 Mary Burbridge, a bastard child 

1737. 

Mar. 25 Elizabeth dau. of John and Eleanor Matthews 

April 2 Eichard Cutter 

25 Burkcom Newman 
May 9 John Ayers 

13 Thomas Ward 
13 Elizabeth Crispin 
13 Mary Instance 

16 Elizabeth Archer 

20 Thomas s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Owen 

21 John s. of Nicholas and Anne Allen 

27 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Mary Grreen 

June 9 Samuel Flowerden 

12 Edward Buckland 

17 Mary Smith 

25 Eobert s. of Eobert and Eebecca Smith 
July 1 George Wakeford 

13 Hester-Mary dau. of Peter and Hester St. Eloy 

14 John Church 

14 Mary dau. of John and Martha Meers 

19 Joseph s. of John and Mary Eoyden 
21 Euth Jones 

23 Eichard s. of John and Martha Meers 

Aug. 10 Andrew Perry 

14 Jane dau. of Edward and Sarah Eoberts 

19 Sarah dau. of Francis and Elizabeth Pendleton 
23 Eichard s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Warner 
29 Mary wife of Henry Manning 

Sept. 8 James Green, in y^ church 

8 Thomas s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Wakeford 

9 Mary dau. of John and Elizabeth Atherly 

14 Anne dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Wakeford 

20 John s. of John and Anne Aspree 
27 Mary Williams 

Oct. 1 John s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Bartrum 

7 Anne dau. of William and Mary Madcalfe 

13 John 8. of Eobert and Susannah EUet 

26 John Crispin 
Nov. 4 William Madcalfe 

5 Cornelius Johnson 



BURIALS. l3^ 



1737 

Nov. 5 Anne Horsely 

9 Daniel Boyling 

30 Joseph Pugh, in a Family Yault 

Dec. 7 Anne dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Green 

Jan, 24 Lucy dau. of Thomas and Anne Rogers, in y'^ church 

Feb. 1 Samuel Fone, in y® church 

7 William Attwell 

12 Sarah wife of Thomas Ellington 

26 John s. of William and Anne Lindley 
28 Anne Rutt 

Mar. 5 Jane Crumpe 

17 Robert a. of Henry and Elizabeth Stevens, in y^ church 

23 Charles Stacy 

1738. 

April 2 James Staplin 

5 Mary wife of Thomas Harding, in y* church 

9 Mary wife of John Royden 

10 John Vincent 

12 Elizabeth dau. of Samuel and Hannah Holbem 

May 2 Alice dau. of Sampson and Anne Slade 

4 Anne Attwood, widow 

21 D"" Stephen Cotterell, in y* chancel 

31 Charles s. of Charles and Letitia Coxe 
June 3 Dorothy Holmes, Pensioner 

14 Phillis Downer 

July 2 Elizabeth wife of John Matthews, in y"^ church 

3 Mary Tomling 

5 Mary Harwood, Pensioner 

5 Anne dau. of Benjamin and Marv Loveday 

27 Samuel Hollbin 
27 David Higgs 

Aug. 18 Sai-ah Harbutt 

27 Sarah Stapling 

Sept. 13 John s. of Joshua and Mary Slater 

19 Henry Normansell 

22 Sarah dau. of John and Elizabeth Spicer 

28 Anne dau. of Robert and Olive Balchen 

29 Sarah dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Archer 
Oct. 8 Cecilia dau. of John and Ann Prothoro 

8 Barnard Overton 

23 Elizabeth dau. of Samuel and Mildred Jones 
Nov. 12 Elizabeth wife of Robert Wood 

15 Edward Price 

17 William s. of Joshua and Mary Slater 

21 Martha wife of John Jiggon 

21 Samuel Atherley 

24 John s. of Edmund and Elizabeth Smith 
Dec. 1 Elizabeth Peisley 

1 Martha dau. of Richard and Mary Lee 

7 Foelix Davis 

Jan. 11 Elizabeth Warner 

22 Elizabeth wife of Miles Ransford 
Feb. 11 Griffith Pugh 

26 James Burrows 

Mar. 9 Hannah Price 



134 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAUL's WHARF. 

1738 

Mar. 11 G-eorge Elly 

19 Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Medell 

1739. 

April 2 Richard Patton 

6 Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Clarke 

15 Alice Staples 

24- Samuel s. of Desborough and Jane Bridger 

May 13 Martha Curtis 

June 24 Thomas s. of Thomas and Sarah Bunny 

July 6 Henry s. of Thomas and Mary Boyling 

9 Mary dau. of Aaron and Mary Moore 

19 John s. of John and Sarah Ball 
Aug. 4 Elizabeth Austin 

5 Mary Loynes 

25 Susannah Zouch 

26 William Mayo 
Sept. 22 Eleanor Robinson 

28 John Jolly 

Oct. 9 John s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Bartrum 

11 Elizabeth dau. of William and Elizabeth Smith 

Nov. 12 Thomas Hawes 

30 Augustine Martyr 

Dec. 2 Caroline dau. of Thomas and Rachael Smith, in y^ church 

13 Elizabeth wife of John Cooke, Proctor, in y^ chancel 

Jan. 15 Mary Smith 

17 Anne Mawson 

29 Beatrix Wife of Walter Mapperley 

30 Elizabeth dau. of Henry and Sarah Winch 
Feb. 1 James s. of Henry and Hannah Woodfield 

2 George s. of George and Anne Ally 

9 Susannah dau. of John and Susannah Bristow 

20 Robert s. of William and Margaret Evans 

21 Frances Bell 

24 Elizabeth Sheilds 

27 Anne dau. of John and Mary Walter 
Mar. 5 Thomas s. of William and Bridget Wynne 

1740. 

Mar. 30 Jane dau. of Robert and Martha Woodwell 

April 2 Samuel s. of Joseph and Eleanor Ireland 

6 Susannah dau. of Henry and Hannah Woodfield 
10 John Roberts Balchen 

20 Jane dau. of Joseph and Margaret Shipard 

23 Ellen dau. of Henry and Catharine Ibberson 

23 Mary Cooke 

27 John s. of John and Elizabeth Spicer 

May 2 William s. of Samuel and Margaret Atherly 

2 Sarah Simmons 

13 Martha wife of Robert Woodwell 

13 Sarah dau. of Thomas and Mary Owen 

25 Samuel s. of Samuel and Elizabeth Slade 

28 Robert Beekley 

31 John Talbott 

June 8 Martha dau. of John and Mary Bottrell, in y^ church 



BURIALS. 135 

1740 

June 11 Mary dau. of Stephen and Ann Anthony- 
July 1 Mary dau. of William and Susanna Cai'ter 

14 Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary Owen 
19 Hester dau. of John and Anne Laving 

Aug, 19 James Atherly 

27 James Carter 

Sept. 7 Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Thornbury 

19 James s. of Thomas and Mary Goodson 

25 Ann dau. of John and Mary Barker 

29 Mary dau. of Edward and Mary Hancock 
Oct. 1 William s. of Thomns and Mary Goodson 

4 Hannah dau. of Abraham and Mary Symes 

10 Anne Carter 

24 Eichard Hall 
Nov. 2 Benjamin Barrett 
Dec. 1 Anne Case 

7 M''^ Elizabeth Bugby, in y'' chancell 

11 Charles luce • 

15 Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary Pen griff 

30 Mary Symes 

Jan. 4 Thomas s. of Francis and Elizabeth Pendleton 

6 Eichard How, Sexton 

Feb. 6 Eebecea Ireland, a Pensioner 

12 John Holmes 

23 Mary wife of William Brothers 

Mar. 2 Elizabeth wife of Jacob Herold 

22 Joseph West 

1741. 

April 4 Margaret dau. of John and Elizabeth Harding 

5 Eobert s. of Thomas and Margaret Ashbrooke 

6 George Duffis 

8 A poor Man y* died in j^ Street (name unknown) 

9 Thomas Jones 

16 Elizabeth Peirce 

21 Mary dau. of Thomas and Margaret Ashbrooke 

28 Anne Eogers 

29 Elizabeth Pulling 

May 3 William Eead, a Pensioner 

June 8 John Walter 

18 Sarah Simmons 

18 Sarah Pai'sons, a Pensioner 
21 John Barker 

July 14 Frances Corderoy 

19 Elizabeth dau. of Timothy and Anne Freese 
21 Mary Nickolls 

26 Edward Mayne 

Aug. 7 Anne dau. of Aaron and Mary Moore 

12 Thomas Simms s. of Abraham Simms, Pensioner 

14 Mary wife of Henry Whittell 

18 Thomas Warner 

18 Mary dau. of Abraham Simms 

25 Anne wife of Sherington Somervile 

27 Sarah Slater 

28 Sarah dau. of Joseph Evans 

Sept. 1 Eeb^cca dau, of David and Frances Pearge 



136 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1741 

Sept. 7 Eose wife of John Cilchrist 

8 Mary wife of Joseph Evans 

8 Thomas Kipling 

9 John s. of Edward and Mary Ireland 

17 Margaret dau. of Thomas and Margaret Ashbrooke 

21 Charles s. of Thomas and Ann Eogers, in y^ church 

22 Joseph s. of Henry and Hannah Woodfield 
22 William s. of Lear and Elizabeth Ohlson 

28 John Jones 

Oct. 15 Mary widow* of Thomas Kipling 

18 Abraham Smith, sexton 
22 Thomas Collsbery 

25 Edward Mappas 

Nov. 3 Thomas Smith 

5 Sarah Thomson 

8 Charles s. of Josiah and Elizabeth Stevens 

11 Charles s. of Charles and Margaret Nutt 

16 Edmund s. of William and Sarah Johnson 

17 Mary Bosstick, Widow 

29 Isabella Witchalow 
Dec. 2 Thomas White 

7 Charles s. of Edward and Mary Hancock 

13 John Spooner 

16 Elizabeth wife of John Atherley 

19 Mary Wright, Widow 
24 WilliaiU Haycock 

30 Mary wife of Michael Parkinson 

31 Martha wife of Eichard Sadler 
Jan. 5 Thomas Bell 

10 Joseph Lampson, Proctor 

12 Elizabeth dau. of William and Maria Lindeman 

14 Charles s. of George and Beatrix Whitehead 
22 John Price 

26 Eowland Hare 

-Feb. 4 John Dunn 

10 Henry Bridges Ibbutson 

16 Mary dau. of John and Elizabeth Smart 

Mar. 2 Sarah Groves 

3 Mary wife of Thomas Evans 

4 Thomas s. of Anthony and Ann Bottom 
18 Abraham s. of Francis and Mary Costarr 

1742. 

Mar. 26 Eichard s. of Michael and Jane Coles 

April 4 Grace dau. of Thomas and Sarah Dearnee 

9 M'' John Townsend, in y" church 

22 John Wayman 

25 Catharine dau. of William and Sarah Scott 

May 1 Thomas s. of Eoger and Ruth Heiling 

2 Daniel s. of John and Mary Staviling 

2 Mary dau. of Eichard Sadler 

3 Jeremiah Idle, in y^ church 

9 Samuel s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Bromley 
18 Anne dau. of Alexander and Susanna Wilson 

* " Widow " written over " wife," erased.— Bo. 



BURIALS. 137 



1742 

May 25 Thomas s. o£ Edward and Mary Ireland 

June 13 John s. of John and Mary Smart 

22 Anne Felstead, Pensioner 
27 Thomas Griffith 

29 Xstopher Watson 

July G Thomas s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Richardson 

9 Hercules Mitchell 

19 Winifred Cobbe 

21 John Lott 

31 Elizabeth Williams 

31 Thomas Overton and his Wife, Pensioners 

Aug. 5 John Wayne s. of Henry and Catharine Ibbutson 

8 Thomas s. of John and Mary Eailton 

12 Hannah dau. of Robert and Beheter Hawker 

18 Margaret wife of Edward Matthews 
Sept. 3 Samuel s. of Richard and Mary Wallin 

9 Ann wife of Timothy Frees 
IG William Coney 

26 Mary dau. of John and Anne Sharpe 
Oct. 1 Anne Harwood 

1 Judith dau. of Robert and Judith Robinson 

9 Jane dau. of Samuel and Mildred Jones 

15 John Ward 

17 Thomas s. of Thomas and Margaret Ashbrooke 

Nov. 6 Maria dau. of Shadrach and Rosanna Bugby 

27 Richard Panter 

28 Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Duffis 
28 Greorge Rosser 

Dec. 4t Elizabeth dau. of Shadrach and Rosanna Bugby 

8 Thomas s. of William and Bridgett Wynn 

10 Richard s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Bartrum 

13 Sarah dau. of John and Susanna Gribson 

21 Elizabeth Hawker 

Jan. 2 John s. of John and Anne Prew 

16 William s. of Burkitt and Mary Slater 

28 Edward s. of Edward and Mary Ireland 

29 Thomas s. of John and Alice Phelps 
Eeb. 15 Alice dau. of Edward and Mary Handcock 

19 Edwai'd s. of Edward and Mary Handcock 
Mar. 5 John Clarke 

24 Sharrington Somervile 

1743. 

April 3 Hannah Wayman 

5 John Gibbs 

5 Sarah Holmes 

7 Mary wife of Samuel Welding 

11 Edward Watkins, Pensioner 

12 Thomas s. of Robert and Judith Roberts 
12 Anne dau. of William and Mary Hibart 
16 Katherine Phipps, Pensioner 

23 John Lander 

24 Erancis Pendleton 
May 19 Samuel Wheeler 

22 Thomas s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Colyber 
27 William Plomer, a child 

YQL. IV. 



138 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL's WHARF. 

1743 

June 8 Alexander s. of Alexander and Susanna Wilson 

10 John s. of John and Catharine Marriott 
28 Eebecca Eobinson 

July 3 John Cooke, a Procter, in j^ chancel* 

20 John s. of John and Mary Ealton 

28 Joshua Sharp 

31 Mary Goodson 

Aug. 24 Elizabeth dau. of D'" Thomas "Walker and Elizabeth his Wife 

25 Elizabeth Harris 

Sept. 17 Thomas Dorson 

22 Alice dau. of John and Mary Eeed 

25 William Francis Perkins 

Oct. 5 James Denham 

6 Eachael Brinknell 

8 Anne Nash 

14 Elizabeth Bartrum 

19 Mary Phippitt 

24 William Groodson 

27 Anne dau. of Eobert and Anne Bogg 

Nov. 9 Martha Eidley 

20 Thomas Goodson, Parish Clerk 
Dec. 8 Thomas Dolason 

9 Sarah Crossman 

11 John Taylor 
11 Thomas Sharpe 
11 James Shamell 

25 William Barlow 

26 Thomas Ayers 

27 Jamos Whightbed 
Jan. 14 Elizabeth Searle 

15 Diana Hughes 
Eeb. 8 Mary Provence 

13 Anne Eogers 

15 Martha Johnson 

20 Jacob Herrold 

1744. 

Mar. 25 Mary Harding 

26 Sarah Stone 

31 Susannah Heiling 

April 8 Thomas Scriven and Thomas his son 

11 Mary Nash 

18 Martha Nott 

22 Elizabeth Clipson 

May 3 Elizabeth Moore 

4 Elizabeth Green 

9 Bethiah Hucker 

June 1 Mary Green 

12 Eichard Meares 
July 3 George Higginson 

19 Thomas Ashbrooke 

27 Jason Eobins 

27 Thomas Archer 

28 Hannah Brooke 
Aug. 7 Martha Hacker 
Sept. 18 William Cutter 

* " Chancel" written over " church."— Ed, 



:buRiALS. 139 

1744 

Sept. 22 Katherine Meares 

28 Joseph Peat 

Oct. 11 Joseph Gilson 

12 Mary Moore 

18 Thomas Archer 

30 Ann Hailing 
Nov, 2 Searle Eobinson 

7 Thomas Mason 

9 Katherine Williams 

Jan. 20 Thomas Benn 

23 Rebecca How 

28 John Schwartz 

31 Elizabeth Whitehead 
Feb. 3 Sarah Brookes 

20 John Grurney 

23 James Prew 
Mar. 6 Edward Hancock 

1745. 

April 1 Mary Slade 

26 John Pinch 

May 5 Thomas GTowthoru 

13 Richard Sadler 
26 Alexander AVilson 

June 9 Martha Atwell 

9 Ann Robins 

25 Sarah G-ibson 
28 John Rapley 

July 5 Prances Postern 

6 Penelope Hathaway 

19 Thomas Ashbrooke 
Aug. 5 Ann Bartrum 

6 John Johnson, in y^ church 

7 William Pinch 

20 Aaron Moore 

20 Edward Ireland 

22 William s. of John Pranklyn 

24 John Bottrell, in y<= church 
28 Martha Eling 

Sept. 26 Maria Walker 

26 Mary Lathun 
Oct. 6 Susanna Leveridge 

21 Henry Phelps 

23 John Schwartz 
30 Mary Mario w 

Nov. 6 Ann Staveliu 

8 Elizabeth Perkins 

27 Jarvis Barker 

Dec. 3 Margaret Wills, in the church 

11 Maria Carter 

13 Deborah Maguire 

15 Joan Phips 

24 Susanna Jolley 
Jan. 24 Elizabeth Ausill 

25 Mary Daniell 
30 Samuel Lewiu 



140 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL's WHARE. 

1745 

Feb. 8 Susanna Norris 

16 Hannah Yerrey 

18 Elizabeth Pugh 

19 Joseph "Westland 
24 Jonas Seabrooke 

Mar. 8 George Whitehead 

9 Sarah Sherman, Pensioner 

16 John Pendleton 
21 John "White 

1746. 

Mar. 25 The Kev'> M^' John Bowyer 

May 15 John Bowles 

15 John Church 

June 12 Ann Church 

24 Evan Pugh 

26 John Hartland 

27 [blanJc] Dosson 
Aug. 13 Thomas Chamberlain 

15 Elizabeth Parnham 

17 Thomas Street 

31 Elizabeth Cawthern 

Sept. 5 Edward Bailey 

23 William Williams* 
Oct. 21 William Eailton 

31 Nicholas Allen 

Nov. 11 John Potter 

14 M" Jane Butler 
30 Eli'^abeth Cornelius 

Dec. 21 Elizabeth Rogers 

Jan. 4 Benjamin Hughes 

6 Catherine Turner 

16 Thomas Rogers 
16 William Mears 

24 Mary Tofts 
Peb. 3 Mary Sapwell 

5 Ann Evans 

8 A Child 

19 Joseph Archer 
Mar. 12 Stephen Anthony 

13 Anne Reed, in y^ church 

15 Anne NichoUs 

1747. 

Mar. 30 Elizabeth Davis 

30 Mary Bottrell 

April 17 Elizabeth Ann Barnes 

20 Camilla Walker 
28 George Robinson 

May 15 Robert Robins 

21 .Joseph Evans 
June 3 Sarah Talbot 

9 Sarah Price 

15 John and William Amblin (brothers) 
21 M'^ Sinclair 

* " Williams " written after " Wright," struck out.— Ed. 



BtJRIALS. l4l 



1747 

June 25 John Eichman 

July 9 Sarah Kipliu 

23 Richard Kichardson 

26 William Eumbley 

27 Elizabeth Bartrum 
Aug. 5 Thomas Goodwin 

8 James Richardson 

8 Mary Wheeler 

13 James Ashley 
21 John Matts 

Sept. 7 Robert Smith 

20 Henry Matthews 

21 Ann Standish 

29 Searle Robiuson 

30 Sarah Ann Bishop 
Oct. 6 Elizabeth Wood 

14 John Rider 

31 Mary Fletcher 
Nov. 8 Maria Butler 

12 Richard Morgan 
17 Mary Gray 

17 Elizabeth Badwell 

27 Martha Horner 

Dec. 7 Sarah Hughes 

13 Richard Dent 
13 Elizabeth Norris 
30 Elizabeth Reed 
30 John Stapleton 

Jan. 9 Francis Booth 

11 Mary Kuight 

11 *Amy Green 

24 John Mears 

26 Ann Higginson 

Feb. 14 Elizabeth Man 

Mar. 2 [blank'\ Lacey 

6 M" Jones 

6 M'* Bayley from D'' Chapmaus 

6 Charles Green 

9 Martha Young 

9 Elizabeth Sharp 

9 Susannah Sharp 

1748. 

Mar. 28 Martha Fletcher 

Aprill4 John Lovejoy 

17 James Hilling 

22 Elizabeth Pugh 

22 Henry Rumney 
May 17 Elizabeth Rumley 

23 Ann Kirkham 
28 Hannah Green 

June 6 Thomas Ay res 

10 Martha Walter 
July 3 John Holmes 

19 John Harris, a child 

27 Nathaniel William Bill, a child 



* "Amy" written instead of " Aun," struck out.— Ed. 



142 REGISTEKS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1748 

Aug. 16 William Heath 

16 Mary Jo si ah 

Sept. 6 Alice Phelps 

Oct. 4 Samuel Jones 

8* Hannah Northern. [N.B.— In S* Peter'sl 

21 M"-^ Parsons 

21 [blank'] Eloyd 

21 Nathaniel Mann 

21 Mary Wilkinson 
Nov. 20 James Ginkins 
Dec. 3 Elizabeth Higginson 

15 M'-s Couthrone 
25 Richard Davise 
25 Elizabeth Bennet 

Jan. 8 Dorethy Lindess 

11 Thomas Hardson 

16 Elizabeth Williams 

22 Josiah Stiras 
31 Elizabeth Stims 

Feb. 19 Ann Botham 

Mar, 5 Ann Forister 

8 [hlank] Giirney dau. of Gurney [sic] 

17 John Phillips and Elizabeth Cox, children 

1749. 

April 2 Elizabeth Cristlor 

4 Elizabeth Baley 

8 Sarah Mitchel 

11 John Williams 

18 Ann Woden 
21 Wiriam Lynn 
25 Mary Crawley 
27 James Bennet 

27 Stauet Ninon 
May 10 Elizabeth Hughes 

14 E-ichard Ginkins 
29 Susanna Cobham 
31 Margaret Gilchrist 

June 2 Samuel Jones and his wife 

3 William Franklin 

8 Ann Bogg 

28 George Hill 
July 13 Andrew Hall 

25 Thomas Benn 

27 William Forrest 

Aug. 6 William Weller 

27 Andrew Duke 

27 George Dolbey 

29 John Franklin 
Sept. 10 Mary Dolby 

11 William Palmer 

15 Martha Wooderd 

16 Ann Higginson 

23 William Anson 

28 Penelife Tanner 

29 George Edward Walker 

* Entry struck out.— Ed. 







BURIALS 


1749 






Oct. 10 


Margaret Thompson 




15 


Sarah Knight 




20 

24 

Nov. 3 


Betty Shaw 
Mary Ireland 
Thomas Shorter 




9 


Sarah Lambert 




9 


A Man Drowu'd 




19 


John Farrar 




23 
26 


Joseph Eigwood 
Mary Poor 




30 


Elizabeth Wells 




Dec. 7 


Sarah Todd 




12 


Samuel Grilchrist 




16 


Thomas Duncomb 




20 
Jan. 19 


Elizabeth Lampson 
Liddia Illing 




26 


[blank] Coats 




26 
Peb. 1 


[blank], a child 
Thomas Lawtou 




12 


Bartris Whitehead 




22 
24 


* Welch, M--^ [no date] 
George Horneck 
William Smith 




Mar. 2 


Thomas Coleman 




6 


Mary Cruchfield 




19 


Elizabeth Goodwin 




22 


Ann Hill 


1750. 


Mar. 29 


Henry Smith 




April 1 
22 


John Phelps, drowu'd 
Mary Dent 




May 31 


Eichard Cutter 




June 8 


George Wagstaf 




July 7 


Ehzabeth Hartwell 




16 


Thomas Perkins 




23 
23 


Mary Admieus 
Sarah Ashbrock 




Aug. 7 

Sept. 4 

12 

19 

25 


Joseph Trott 
Joseph Crosby 
Josiah Stephens 
Beatrix Mapperley 
Elizabeth Wilkinson 




Oct. 11 


Eebecca Curchmore 




Nov. 4 


[bla7ik] Johnson 




4 
26 


[blank] Lynn from black Fryers 
John Matthews 


Jan. 10 


Elizabeth Edwards 




10 


Ann Eslin 




Mar. 14 


Francis Eogers 


1751. 


April 7 
9 


Elizabeth Hele 
John Fullford 




11 


Sarah Eollins 




May 12 


James Cox 





143 



Entry struck out.— Ed, 



144 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1751 

May 22 William Winter 

23 Edward Busby, Esq>', a Proctor 

June 4 John Warner Palmer 

10 Alice Humphreys 
17 Elizabeth Crafts 

Aug. 27 A Labourer, kill'd by a fall from D'" Hays House 

Sept. 2 John Holmes, by y^ Parish 

12 James Whitehead 

29 M-" John Matthews, a Mealman 

Oct. Burket Slater 

Nov. 4 EobertHall 

4 Erancis Duglis, ly^ y" parish 

6 Sarah Warren 

8 Elizabeth Welch 

9 Samuel Simpson 

11 Susannah Haroy 
19 Thomas Grace 

1752. 
Jan. 5 Owen Hughes 

12 Esther Ware 

12 Elizabeth French 

26 Timothy Frees 

Feb. 4 Samuel G eut 

12 John Archer 

13 Mary Lathoru 

23 Joseph Chapman 
Mar. 19 Sarah Perry 

21 Peter Powell, in y« ch. 

22 Henry Frisk 

25 Xatherine Cutter, Plaisterers Wife, in y® ch. 

80 Elizabeth Easkin 

31 John Curtess 

31 [N.B.— Date, but no name.] 

April 14 Sarah Tomkins 

24 Jane Blaney 
May 1 Elizabeth Davies 

1 Ann Blaney 
June 1 John Porker, in y*^ ch. 

21 Joanes Shaw 

July 10 [hJanJc] W^alker, Daughter* of y« Worshipful D*" Walker 

28 Margaret Stilgoe Morris 
Aug. 4 George Adam Eittinger 
Sept. 26 {blank'] Dicks, a girl* 

29 Mary Collins 

Oct. 3 James and Charles Whitehead, twins 
20 [blank'] Botthom, a child* 

23 Susannah Day 

28 John Harley, a child* 

1753. 

Jan. 24 M" Hannah Holeman, in y^ church 

Feb. 3 Eosamond Spooner, by y*^ Parish 

22 Eichard Smith 
28 Charles Smalles 

* The description is in another handwriting.— Ed, 



BURIALS. ltL5 



4 

7 

8 

9 

21 

31 

April 7 

21 

May 2 

e 

June ' 



Jul 



1753 




Mar. 5 


William Davies, an Twin Infant 


Ca 1^ 


Joyce Weight 


15 

^Vpril 10 
f 22 


[blank] Matthews, a child, by y® Parish 


John Ellison, born before its time 


Ann Pish 


^ [JZffw^] 


A child, by y^ Parish 


July 2 


Sarah Eve 


8 


The Worshipful D'' Eobert Chapman, in y« ch. 


Sept. 4 


Catherine Higgins 


11 


Samuel Knight 


Oct. 4 


AVilliam Aberley, hang'd himself 


4 


Mary Lovelock, by y^ parish 


24 


Mary Marshall, by y" parish 


24 


Elizabeth Archer, by y^ parish 


Nov. 23 


Ann Edwards, wife of John Edwards 


Dec. 16 


Edward Cinsley, an Infant 


24 


Jane Griffith 


29 


Frank Hunter 


blank 


Sarah dau. of James and Elizabeth Picket 


blank 


Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Jones 




1754. 


Jan. 13 


Mark Holeman, a Proctor 


20 


Elizabeth Eichardson 


22 


Thomas Griffith 


Feb. 4 


Mary Watson 


17 


Susannah Huberd 


April 16 


Mary Lewis 


27 


Sarah Owen 


28 


Edward Lugin Turner, an Infant 


May 11 


Prances Aldrige 


13 


John Jeuner, an Infant s. of D'' Robert Jenner 


18 


Mary Power, in y'^ church 


23 


Thomas Coleman, a Infant 


June 2 


Thomas Yates, an Infant 


2 


Elizabeth Cordwell, an Infaut 


3 


Ann Smith 


5 


Arnold Ashbroke, an Infant 


8 


Mary Perry 


19 


James Davice 


23 


John and Sarah Inwood, twins 


27 


Hannah Atkins, in y^ church 


July 4 


Edward Seamour, an Infant 


10 


John Nott 


17 


Hannah Beasley 


Sept. 3 


Ann Cheney 


22 


Elizabeth Harbet 


24 


Archibald Palmer 


26 


George Roberts 


29 


Elizabeth Moore 


Oct. 14 


William Iberson, an Infant 


15 


Thomas Green 


22 


John Collins, a child 


29 


Charles Bottrel, kill'd at Stratford Bow 


Nov. 6 


Mary Collins 


11 


Thomas Baley 


YOL. 


lY. 



146 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1754 

Nov. 17 Mary Keighlv, an Infant 

23 EuthWye 

24 Hester Porker, in y* ch. 

25 Philip Plielps, in y^ eh. 
Dec. 15 Elizabeth Keighly, an Infant 

18 William Baker, an Infant 

21 *Thomas Smith, in y^ church, from Trigg Stairs 

24 Ann Yirgen 
31 John London 

1755. 

Jan. 10 James Dodd, an Infant 

19 Elizabeth Archer 

23 Ann Hartwell 

Feb. 25 Thomas Pottenger Eoberts 

Mar. 2 Mary Waterfall from y^ Alms House 

2 Henry Stanton 

6 Barbara Catherine Granlick 

8 George Paul, LL.D., Vicar Greneral, etc. ■ 

9 Susanna DoUison 
12 Joseph Crosbe 

28 Jane Collier, Sis'' to D' Collier, in ch. 

31 John Atkins, Jun', in y^ Bellfry 

April 6 Elizabeth Cole, a Infant 

27 Elizabeth Burton, an Infant 
May 4 Sarah Lawson 

26 Elizabeth Herbet 

30 Jane Dicks, an Infant 
June 8 Martha Burton 

16 Susannah Seymour 

28 Jonah Humphrey 
July 1 Thomas Bartrom, Jun"" 

25 Thomas Gilthorp 
Aug. u Edward Perry 

31 Mary Stortin 
Sept. 13 Margaret Swally 

Oct. 2 William Ingram, a child 

2 Eichard Perkins, a child 

3 *Elizabeth Adderly 
8 George Newman 

8 Elizabeth Stanton, a child 

Nov. 5 Ann Earmer, by y^ Parish 

16 Susannah Hesery, an Infant 

19 Sarah Hare, by y^ Parish 

22 Thomas Chapman, an Infant, by y'' Parish 

24 Philip Gough, drown'd 

Dec. 29 Mary dau. of Henry and Mary Hughes 

30 Eichard s. of Eichard and Mary Allum 

1756. 

Jan. 1 John Phelps, in y* church 

4 Elizabeth Galley 
15 William Eouse 
15 Ann Summerfield 
18 Thomas Whithall 

* Entry interlineated.— Ed. 



Burials. 147 



1756 

Feb. 8 Carolina Bell, an Infant 

28 Charles Smalley 

Mar. 4 Aaron Moore 

7 Sarah Hill, an Infant 

8 William White, Esq^", Proctor 

9 Elizabeth Eichardson 
21 Mary Mears, a child 
31 Elizabeth Whitfield 

April 7 Mary Iberson, an Infant 

21 Martin Carmount, an Infant 

May 2 Thomas Miller 

8 Evan Price 

June 2 John Atherley 

2 Sarah Nutt, an Infant 

5 Charles Phillips 

5 Thomas Grillis 

8 Edward Grough, an Infant 

13 Mary Gillis 

30 William Bailey 

July 8 Susanna Poore 

13 Margaret White, an Infant 

16 Hannah Eobinson 

24 Mary Poore 

24 Sarah Ann Church 

26 Richard Allum, an Infant 

Aug. 7 Ann Spenceley Ellison, an Infant 

8 Ann Humphries 

12 Thomas Pigget, an Infant 

13 James Macklean, a child 
15 Margaret Wood, a child 
24 Elizabeth Miller, an Infant 

27 John Downs, a child 
Sept. 14 John Poore, an Infant 

15 Elizabeth Sculthrup, an Infant 
Oct. 2 Ann Whitehead, an Infant 

5 Sarah Cadywold from Broad Street 

10 Thomas Aleworth, a child 
10 Samuel Boreham, a child 

16 William Gilham, an Infant 

16 George Hill, an Infant 

17 Alexander Marshall, an Infant 

18 Thomas Pugh, an Infant 
Nov. 6 Henry Leanarde, an Infant 

16 Susannah Nicholls, by y"^ Parish 

22 Elisha Eeadifoot, an Infant 
30 Mary Coleman, an Infant 

Dec. 24 Mary Coleman 

1757. 

Jan. 9 Hannah Eyall Hatton, a child 
16 John Harrison, a child 

21 John Goymer 

23 William IS'ickolls, an Infant 
23 Tomisen Hatten 

28 Jane Ellison, on y® north side of y^ Communion Rails 
Feb. 21 Elizabeth Blackg'rove 

22 Elizabeth Watson 



14B REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAULAS WHARF. 

1757 

Teb. 26 Elizabeth Maddex 

27 Sarah Airess 
Mar, 11 Christopher Butler, in y* church 

15 Martha Ann Burchmore 
* See note below 

April 16 Susanna Paul, Relict of D"" George Paul 

May 23 Margaret Welldon 

26 Elizabeth Ashford, an Infant 

June 14 Richard Jones 

July 12 Greorge G-allant, an Infant 

22 Ann Lewis, an Infant 
Aug. 2 Elizabeth and Mary Backhouse, Twinns and Infants 

25 Elizabeth Kyelli 
Oct. 2 Elizabeth Sympson 

23 Susanna Eranklin, a child 

24 James Edwards, a child 
Nov. 4 Phebe Booz 

IL Mary Jones, an Infant 

26 Ann Perry, an Infant 
30 Benjamin Dye, an Infant 

Dec. 2 Elizabeth Borham, a child 

19 Thomas Web, a child 

20 Jane Turmount 

23 Ann Castleman 

24 Richard Belchier, a child 

1758. 

Jan. 15 Elizabeth Newbury 

22 Mary Lee 

Feb. 2 Samuel Weldon 

Mar. 19 John Mears, an Infant 

28 fJohn Atkins, in y^ church Porch or Bellfry 
April 28 Rebecca Hamilton 
May 5 Hannah wife of Thomas Gobbe 

14 [blank] Wilcocks, a Woman, drowned herself 

18 Sarah dau. of Richard and Mary Allum 

18 Sarah Edwards, a child 

21 Ann dau. of John and Sarah Violett 

22 James s. of James and Mary Townley 
June 1 Sarah Bottom, widow 

7 Martial s. of William and Elizabeth Marshall 

19 John s. of John and Catherine Woollett 

29 Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Hastings 
July 15 Sarah dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Varney 

23 Sarah Burton 

24 Mary Hunt 

30 Elizabeth Huffuian 
Aug. 1 Elizabeth dau. of John and Catherine Woollett 

Stanhope Ellison, Hector 

13 James Bill 

17 Rebecca dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Clarke 

24 Martha Richardson 

Sept. 4 Sarah Ashmon 

* An entry undated and apparently of " James Smith " has been here erased and " mistake " 

written in the margin. — Ed. 

t This entry is iuterHueated, and a note in the margin is as follows: John Atkins was 

omitted to be entered regularly. S. EUison. — Ed. 



:BuiiiALs. 149 

1758 

Sept. 30 Elizabeth dau. of Humphry and Elizabeth Davis 

Oct. 1 Catherine Woollett 

2 Eichard Marsh 

3 Ann dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Chick 

6 Thomas Francis s. of John and Susanna Dicks 

24 William s. of Greorge and Jane Groodmaii, in y*^ church 

Nov, 4 "William Howeli s. of Jeremiah and Susanna Bright 

6 Mary Hartwell dau. of Samuel and Sarah Hartvvell 

Dec. 21 Abraham s. of John and Mary Grant 

26 Edward Barton 

1759. 

Jan. 4 Sarah dau. of Henry and Ann Smith 

4 Mary Giles 

17 Esther Brigham 

Feb. 14 William s. of Humphry and Elizabeth Davis 

15 Cassandra Einch, in y® church . 

18 Catherine dau. of Richard and Ann Loughlin 
Mar. 28 Mary Ann dau. of John and Hannah Phillips 
April 3 Elizabeth wife of Humphry Davis 

8 Susannah White 

13 Joseph Hopkins, a Cooper from S'' Peter's Parish 

23 Rachel Hopkins, sister of y'^ above Joseph 
May 13 Thomas s. of John and Mary Hill 

17 John Warburton, Esq*", Somerset Herald, in y"^ church, S° Isle 

24 James Burges 
31 Martha Ryland 

June 13 William s. of William and Sarah Taylor 

17 Thomas s. of William and Sarah Jones 
July 4 John Groves, a carpenter 

15 John Siddal 

Stan^ Ellison, Rector 

19 Thomas Todd s. of Thomas and Mary Atkinson 
Sept. 2 ■ John s. of John and Mary Grant 

18 George s. of John and Mary Clarke 

Oct. 15 Ann dau. of Edward and Susanna Linnett 

Dec. 2 Elizabeth Stevenson 

5 James Rider 
21 Sarah Mason 
23 William Downs 

30 James and Catherine Westley, infants 

1760. 

Jan. 27 Howell s. of Howell and Elizabeth Pugh 

Eeb. 2 Phillis dau. of John and Charity Hoppey 

8 Richard s. of Richard and Mary Allum 

10 William Lotton 

17 Robert s. of Charles and Amey Long 

20 Susanna dau. of Michael and Barbara Crumm er 
26 Henry Whittle 

Mar. 2 Thomas s. of Ambrose and Ann Cantwell 

16 Epaphroditus Hill s. of John and Mary [sic] 
26 Frederick s. of Michael and Barbara Cromer 

April 1 Catharine dau. of Henry and Catheriue Ibbetson 

15 Joseph s. of John and Sarah Core 

25 William Giles 



150 REGISTERS OP ST. BENE^T, PAUL*S WHARP. 

1760 

May 11 Thomas s. of Robert and Mary Sharp 

June 13 Sherrington Somerville, in churchyard 

15 Thomas Wells, in churchyard 

19 George Estmede s. of George and Mary [sic'] 

21 Elizabeth Yestrey, Infant 

July 25 Eebecca dau. of John and Mary Stewart 

Sept. 4 Hannah Sewell 

25 Deborah Waylett dau. of John and Sarah [sic'] 

Stanhope Ellison, Eec"^ 

Oct. 5 John s. of Samuel and Mary Taft 

15 Tabitha Hutson 

Nov. 9 Mary CJarke 

23 Jane dau. of Richard and Jane Smith 
Dec. 10 Catherine dau. of John and Martha Tongue 

1761. 

Jan. 4 Mabell Rapley, an Alms Woman 

11 Walter Mapperley, sexton of this Parish 

Feb. 12 William Cooper, in y<= church behind y^ Rectors seat 

17 John Booth, a stranger from Yorkshire 

18 Elizabeth Pettway, in y^ church under y^ first seat on Peter's side 
April 5 Adam s. of Matthew and Catherine Singleton 

19 William Oldys, Esq"", Norroy King of Arms, in the North Isle of y^ 

church 

20 David Lewis, by y^ Parish 
May 6 Mary Priswell 

8 John East 

15 Richard Harris 

20 Catherine Tretcher 

24 William Cutter 
31 Hannah Wright 

June 11 Jacob Bag 

July 4 Sarah Church, wife of John Church 

24 Catherine Ibbetson 

Aug. 18 Frances Larnbston, in y^ church 

25 Edward s. of Edward and Susannah Linnet 
Oct. 4 AVilliam Piatt 

18 Robert Sharp 

25 John Templer 

29 Sarah dau. of Charles and Amey Long 

Nov. 1 Thomas Roten 

13 Thomas Robertson 

Dec. 1 Joseph Archer 

1 John Down 

16 John 8. of Robert and Rachel Burchell 
24 Ann Goddard 

Stan* Ellison, Rec' 



1762. 



Jan. 6 Joseph Fletcher 

15 Sarah dau. of Ann East 

24 John Humphrey 

25 Mary Bugby, in y« church 
Feb. 4 Elizabeth French 



BURIALS. 151 

1762 

Peb. 6 Ann wife of Christo'^' Gary, in y^ church 

28 Elizabeth dau. of George and Margaret Hill 

Mar. 14 James s. of Edward and Artemesia Wells 

28 Elizabeth dau. of Robert and Elizabeth Ward 

28 Barbara dau. of Michael and Barbara Cramer 

April 4 Richard s. of Charles and Margaret Hall 

4 Ann Night 

11 Sarah dau. of Richard and Mary Lewis 

21 Elizabeth Jones 

May 7 Susanna Goodin 

9 William Lee 

14 Mary Greenhouse 

17 Amey Cousins, in y^ church 

18 Sarah Davis, in y^ church 

19 Eleanor Matthews 

June 4 Jane dau. of Richard and Jane Smith 

27 Elizabeth Sturbon 

July 4 Sarah dau. of John and Elizabeth Knight 

6 Didey s. of Elizabeth Quick, widow 

11 Charles Cartwright 

13 Grace dau. of Saville and Elizabeth Barham 

20 Samuel Goodin 
27 Ann Humphrys 

Aug. 14 Elizabeth Underwood 

24 A Drowned man unknown 

Sept. 12 William s. of James and Jemima Dowd 

Oct. 14 Sarah dau. of John and Mary Stemford 

15 Richard s. of James and Anna Maria Robinson 
31 * George s. of George and Mary Mercer 

Nov. 5 Thomas Keilley 

8 Phillis dau. of John and Charity Hoppey 

9 Ann dau. of Thomas and Mary Teate 
10 John s. of Humphrey and Mary Davis 
26 Joseph s. of Thomas and Martha Griffin 

Dec. 16 William s. of John and Mary Hill 

1763. 

Eeb. 8 James Midlington 

Mar. 21 M""^ Elizabeth Ellison, wife of The Rev'' Stanhope Ellison, Rector of 
this Parish, in a Leaden Coffin, y^ north end of the Communion 
Table, directly facing y^ north side Pillar of the Altar Piece, where 
the said Stanhope Ellison designs to be buried himself, and humbly 
hopes his successors the Rectors of St. Rennets will not suffer that 
Grave to be broken up, nor y'' Grave next to it on y"^ north side 
where lie y'^ Bodies of his Mother and children 
30 Martha dau. of Ambrose and Ann Cantwell 
May 6 Rebecca dau. of Isaac and Elizabeth Ashman 
lot Martha Coster 
12t Mary Mann 

26t Jane Bakess or Backhouse or Packhouse [sic] 
July 13t Elizabeth Bayley 
19t John Bayley 

* This entry is struck out and "mistake, S. E." (for Stanhope Ellison) written in the 
margin. — Ed. 

t These entries are also on the previous page, and this note below, " Instead of this Page 
gonsult y" next for Burials after y" 21" March 1763. S. EUison, Eector," — Ed. 



152 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF., 

1763 

July 24* John Dykes or Dylks 

31* Mary Holman, in y^ church 

Aug. 6* James Mears 

16 Lydia dau. of John and Mary Archer 

Sept. 2 Castor Lee 

2 Sarah dau. of James and Mary Canes 

4 Susanna dau. of John and Mary Packhouse 

4 John s. of John and Mary Mears 

14 Cheyney Piatt 

Oct. 7 Benjamin s. of Benjamin and Elizabeth Edwards 

14 Henry s. of John and Sarah Eoberts 

18 Sarah dau. of Sarah Downes 

24 Shadreck Buckby, in y^ church 

Nov. 6 Peter Barnes 

23 William Thompson 

Dec. 9 Michael s. of James and Elizabeth Pickett 

18 Hanna Maria dau. of James and Winefred Kerr 

1764. 

Jan. 23 Ann dau. of William and Sarah Thompson 

Feb. 5 Benjamin Grlandfield, Vestry Clark 

13 Eebecca dau. of Jacob and Sarah Allen 

23 Martha dau. of John and Mary Plexmore 
Mar. 4 [blank^ Downes, an Infant 

4 Eebecca dau. of Jacob and Sarah Allen 

29 Prances Grillis 

April 6 Susanna dau. of Thomas and Ann Harding 

Stan* Ellison, Rec'" 

19 Henry Smith, aged 54 years 
22 William Taylor, aged 28 years 

29 Peter Thomas Lesett, an Infant 
May 2 Eichard Smith, aged 48 years 

2 Sarah Downs, aged 28 years 

20 Ann dau. of William and Sarah Jones 
June 11 Mary Vincent 

14 Walter Mapperley, aged 40 years 
July 4 Loretta Mapperley 

Sept. 5 William Cutter, a Plaisterer, aged 74 years, in y^ church 

13 Mary dau. of James and Mary Stevens 

30 Mary dau. of Robert and Mary Sharpe, aged 5 y'"^ 
Oct. 11 Ann dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Chick 

Nov. 15 Sarah Katherine dau. of Eichard aud Mary AUum 

Dec. 4 Mary Turnidge 

24 William Bennett 

1765. 

Jan. 2 John s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Belcher 

6 Samuel Surridge, aged 61 

8 Susanna dau. of William and Sarah Jones 

8 Eichard s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Belcher 

10 William Hicks, aged 74 

19 Margarett Eliu, aged 26 

Peb. 4 Sarah Hall, an infant 

* See note t previous page. — Ed. 



BURIALS. 153 

1765 

Feb. 9 Thomas Davis, aged 25 

23 William Wright, aged 55 

25 George s. of Jacob and Sarah Allen 

26 William Ellis, aged 27 
Mar. 16 John Hill, aged 48 

21 William Birchmore, aged 50 

21 John Ramshire, kill'd by a fall from Window 

21 Thomas s. of Charles and Elizabeth Chick 

April 14 Sarah dau. of John and Jane Mitchell 

14 Thomas Wheeler 

16 Sarah dau. of Robert and Eleanor Jones 

19 Williain Castlemain, an Infant 
May 18 Sarah Thompson, aged* 

Stan'^ Ellison, Rector 

18 Robert Borehara, an Infant 

20 Thomas Lovejoy, aged 
29 Christian Mack 

Aug. 5 Mary dau. of Evan and Jane Rowland 
5 fRowland Hare 

10 M''^ Hannah Johnson, Aunt to D'' George Harris, in church 

28 Thomas Wise, an Infant 
Sept. 15 John Whitehead, aged 

20 William s. of George and Elizabeth Nelson, in ch. 

Oct. 20 Hugh Jones, an Infant 

Nov. 3 Elizabeth Lovejoy, aged 

24 Daniel Leset, an Infant 
Dec. 8 William Bristow 

8 Christian Mary Perkins, small pox 

23 Mary Highmore, in y^ church 

31 Henry White, small pox 

1766. 

Jan. 11 Anthony Turner, Porter at y^ Heralds Office 

23 William Parker, a boy 

29 John s. of Philij) and Martha Main, an Inf 
Feb. 8 John Sewell, a Blacksmith 

15 John s. of John and Betty Derrick, an Infant 

27 John Herring, Apparitor 
Mar. 2 David Richards, Vestry Clerk 

7 Ann dau. of John and Ann Parker, an Infant 

12 Hugh Rowland, an Infant from HamjDstead 

April 11 Lais Smith 

June 7 George Osborne 

July 22 Charles Tongue, an Infant 

30 Joseph Mark Mose, an Infant 
Aug. 12 Jacob Sepple 

Sept. 7 Elizabeth Latham 

28 Thomas Derrick, an Infant 
Nov. 4 Marys Hears 

5 Ann Mapperley 

14 John Cove or Love [sic] 

Stan'' Ellison 

17 William Goodall 

* The age in this and subsequent entries marked " aged " is omitted in the Register except 
where stated. — Ed. 

t Entry made on opposite page of Register. — Ed. 

yoL, IV, X 



151 KEGISTEKS OF IsT. BEIsE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1767. 

William Patch 
John Parker, an Infant 
Sarah Turner, an Infant 
Grace Cousins, in y^ church 
.Tane Snairs, an Infant 
William Tonge, an Infant 
Elizabeth Pyke, an Infant 
Joseph Jones, an Infant 
AVilliam Dimunt, an Infant 
Benjamin Skeffington, an Infant 
John Grant, drowned, aged 
Martha Dimunt, an Infant 
Sarah Gray, an Infant 
Matthew Dimunt. aged 
Edward Jennin";s, as:ed 
Charles Wenlock, an Infant 
Sarah Clayton, an Infant 
Joseph SkefBngton, an Infant 
Eichard Hilton, aged 
Elizabeth Tredway, an Infant 

1768. 

Elizabeth Peirce, aged 
Michael Cromer, an Infant 
George Sapwell, an Infant 
Mary Mackland, aged 
Mary Detlefson, an Infant 
Eoger Heiling, aged 
*Martha Mears 
Ann Wiltshire, an Infant 
Sarah Shaw of St. Peter's, in y*^ church 
Thomas Ware, aged 
William Bruous, an Infant 
Philip Flaxmore, an Infant 

Stan'' Ellison, liec>' 
Abraham Vanderbus, an Infant 
Martha Cross, an Infant 
Mary Jenkyns, an Infant, in y'' church 
Mary Hackney, aged 
Thomas Chamberlain, an Infant 
Jane Coles, aged 
Mary Annabella Holmes, aged 
William Narway, aged 
William Cheney, aged 
Erancis Lloyd, aged 
Thomas Bowles, aged 
Elizabeth Skeffington, an Infant 
Edward Powell, an Infant 
Ann Charlotte Simson, an Infant 
Thomas Gonlock, an Infant 
Joseph Wickersham, aged 

M'^ Elizabeth White, Eelict of William White, Esq'", a Proctor, in y«= 
church 
18 Joseph Lacey, aged 

* The following note is written on the opposite page of the Register : " Martha Mears bnried 
March 14""', 1768, but by mistake was not properly entered in the Register at that time."— Ed. 



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BtJUlALS. 155 

1769. 
Jan. 5 Elizabeth Boreham, aged 
15 Christian Gonlock 
20 Ann Lesett, an Infant 

25 Eohert Payne, aged 
Peb. 14 Thomas Young, aged 

22 *E,obert Bogg, Esq'', a Proctor, y^ south side of y'^ Chancel close to y^ 

Door of y'= Gentlemen's Pew of S' Peters Parish 
Mar. 12 Elizabeth Belbon, an Infant 

26 Mary Hall, aged 

31 AVilliam Offield, aged 

April 23 Mary Jegon, in Belfrey 

May 14 Martha Tonge, aged 

June 10 John Burrage, aged 

20 Hans Church, an Infant 

Stan^ Ellison, Kecf 

20 Thomas Tems, an Infant 
July 2 Thomas Cross, an Infant 

23 Jane Church, an Infant 
Aug. 9 Richard Allum, an Infant 

10 Mary Harlow, aged 

29 Thomas Stroud, an Infant 
Sept, 5 Jemima May, an Infant 

15 Richard Mann, aged 

16 Robert Cotterell, aged 

21 Elizabeth Madcap, aged 

21 Sarah Harrow, an Infant 

22 Nathaniel Bell, an Infant, Drowned 

27 John Montgomerie, an Infant 
Oct. 4 Erancis Mors, aged 

8 John Northway, aged 

11 Sarah Ashcraft, Infant 

22 Elizabeth Mary Ann Harman, Infant 
Nov. 10 Rebecca Bell, Infant 

24 Ann Clifton, aged 

Dec. 5 Joseph Beauchamp, Infant 

6 Charles Eitzakerley, aged 

23 Elizabeth G-ardiner, Infant 
27 Elizabeth Perrot, Infant 

31 Ann Gambler, Infant, at S' Peter Le Poor, Broad Street 

1770. 
Jan. 7 Elizabeth Perrott, aged 
11 Hannah Marriott, Infant 
'18 Elizabeth Roberts, aged 
20 \hlank'] Ince, Esq^' 

30 Sarah Mitchell, Infant 

Feb. 1 Thomas Grossman, aged 

9 Mary Carey, aged 

11 Erancis Dutman Antwiue, Infant 

15 William Edward Vauderbuss, Infant 

18 Thomas Main, Infant 

22 George May, Infant 

* The original date has been erased, and the following note is written on the opposite page of 
the Register: "The erasetnent of the date of M'' Bogs [*tV] funeral was made by me. Stanhope 
Ellison, Rector, finding the clerk had made a mistake." — Ed. 



Stan^ Ellison, Pec'' 



156 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAUl's WHARF. 

1770 

Mar. 18 Hannah Cook, Infant 

April 1 Sarah Lane, Infant 

5 Sarah Whittle, aged 
10 Ambrose Smith, aged 
15 Greorge Beckett, aged 

May 6 Elizabeth Powell, aged 

20 Robert Boreham 

28 Jane Maccoy, aged 

June 10 Patience Beecham 

15 Jane Jordan 

22 Elizabeth Cross, aged 

22 Samuel Hulford 

24 Joseph Mose, aged 

25 Mary Dair, aged 
July 4 John Arnold, aged 

14 Thomas Halliday 

25 Ann Harrow 
Aug. 3 Adam Stevens 

10 John Bromhall, aged 

15 Benjamin Glandfield, Vestry CI., aged 

26 Eobert Brown, aged 
Sept. 5 Sarah Whitehall, Infant 

20 James Coles, aged 

21 Sarah Bettesworth, Infant 
Oct. 9 Eichard Simmonds, aged 

Cheis'* Aemstbokg, Curate 

21 Priscilla Phaile, aged 

24 William Baytou Williams, Inf* 

Nov. 29 William Gardiner, Inf' 

Dec. 6 Elizabeth Hastings, Inf 

6 Mary Scatliff, aged 

16 Mary Dykes, aged 
16 Eobert Purrett, Inf* 

23 Charles Edward Harper, Inf* 

1771. 

Jan. 1 Mary Detlefson, Inf* 

1 John Bruous, Inf 

1 Elizabeth Groves, Inft 

15 Thomas Whitby, Inf^ 

20 Thomas Jones, Inf^ 

21 Martha Main, aged 

22 Mary Brown, aged 

22 Man fr"' M^ Eider's (name unknown) 

24 Elizabeth Lane, aged 

27 John Weatherell, aged 
Feb. 8 Francis Coster, Parish Cl^ 

10 Mary Whitby, aged 

27 Margaret Spedding, aged 

Mar. 10 Eobert Sharp, aged 

24 George Skeffington, Inf^ 

April IS Peter Detlefson, Inf 

13 Ann Sears, Inf^ 

16 Mary Hobs, aged 

17 Edward Eawlins, Inf 
May 9 Peter Cook, aged 

26 Ann Hastings, Inft. 

June 2 James Barlow, ajred 



feURIALS. 



157 



1771 
June 3 

7 
28 

July 5 
24 
25 
31 

Aug. 4 
29 

Sept. 16 

Oct. 10 
16 
17 
20 



29 

Nov. 21 

22 

25 



Dec. 



25 

5 

10 

18 



Eachael Smith (Mother-in- Law of M"- Hen? Smith of Trigg Stairs), 
buried on the south side of the great Isle, under a blue Marble Slab 

Trew Jegon, Inft. 

John Hulford, Inft. 

Griffiths AVilliams, aged 

Richard Elton, Inf 

Samuel White, Inf* 

Elizabeth Harman, Inf*^ 

Elizabeth Tisdaile, aged 

Thomas Tilly, Inf* 

Joanna Cook, Inf*^ 

William Sharp, Inf 

William Banister, luf* 

Barbara Allen, aged 

Henry Biggs [N.B.— Entered first as "A Man" from Sheen's Wharf, 
name unknown, at the Parish charge, but "A Man" has been erased 
and the name inserted]. 

Susannah Linnett, aged 

Henry Metcalf, Inft. 

Ann Williams, Inft. 

Michael Wimpfheimer, aged 

Christ'' Armstrong, Curate 

Thomas Teague, aged 
Jane Talton, aged 
Prudence Holmes, aged 
Elizabeth Wimpflheimer, aged 



1772. 

Jan. 14 Humphrey Painter Weadon, an Infant 

16 Samuel Round, aged 

24 Edward Powell, aged 

26 Joseph West, an Inf^ 

7 Ann Lawrence, an Inf 

7 Elizabeth Skeffington, an Inf ' 
11 William Akam, an Inf*^ 
16 Joseph Akam, an luf 
26 Elizabeth Paul, an Inf' 

8 Thomas Wells, aged 

15 Thomas Staggers, an Inf' 

24 John Palmer, aged 

30 Elizabeth Hill, an Inf 

Aoril 7 George Sapwell, aged 

13 Edward and Elizabeth Trout, Twin Inf'^ 

15 William Chesam, an luf 

16 Mary Backhouse, aged 
May 7 Mary Eaton, aged 

9 Martha Sapwell, aged 

17 Erancis Hammond, aged 
26 Elizabeth Slater, an Inf' 



Feb. 



Mar. 



27 Martha Boreham, an Infant 

29 Ann Watts, aged 

June 7 Jane Evans, aged, an Alms Woman 

12 Evan Ellis, an Infant 

30 Ann Milbourne, aged 
July 10 Rosey Grydey, an Infant 

19 Elizabeth Slater, aged 



Christ" Armstrong, Curate 



158 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1772 

July 22 Elizabeth Burton, aged 

29 Elizabeth Hilton, aged 
Aug. 2 [hlanh] Belbiu, an Infant 

4 Mary Doe, an Infant 

9 Mary Dimunt, aged 

12 [blank'] Slater, an Infant 

30 Ann Beetsworth, an Infant 
Sept, 25 Lein Finken, aged 

Oct. 25 Mary Eaulkner, aged 

27 Ann Holliday, aged 

jN'ov. 1 "William Hooker, an Infant 

1 Robert Stallen, aged 

10 John Latham, aged 

11 Jane Thornton, aged 

12' John Crawshaw, an Infant 

15 George Veazey, an Infant 

Dec. 9 Sarah Church, an Infant 

15 Mary Haywood, aged 

17 Anthony Allen, an Infant 

17 Martha Collins, an Infant 

20 Martha Harrow, an Infant 

22 Cornelius James Ashcraft, aged 

1773. 

Jan. 15 Mary Curtis, aged 

24 William Green, an Infant 

28 John Hastings, aged 

Feb. 6 Elizabeth Whitehall, au Infant 

7 Martha Flexmore, aged 

11 Ann Parker, aged 

18 Mary Jones, an Infant 

Mar. 1 Mary Phipps, aged, in y'' church 

28 Susannah Sharp, aged 

28 Samuel Porker, a Bastard Child 
81 Elizabeth Handes, an Infant 

April 13 Sampson Allen Whitehall, an Infant 

18 Martha White, an Infant 

May 7 Ann Longstaif, aged 

23 Mary Aries, aged 

25 William Beecham, an Infant 
June 15 Elizabeth Gilchrist, aged 

21 Mary Mansfield, aged 
Aug. 15 Jonathan Lane, an Infant 

24 Elizabeth Jones, aged 

29 William Bromley, an Infant 

31 John Nicholson, an Infant 
Sept. 8 Mary Eandall, aged 

9 William Dunckley, aged 

24 Sarah Frogley, aged 

Oct. 17 Eichard Sangoe, aged 

Nov. 5 Hannah Harris, Wife of D' George Harris of Doctor's Commons, in 
the North Isle of the church 

18 Maria Bettsworth, an Infant 

1774. 

Jan. 2 Thomas Leset, an Infant 

10 Catherine Wire, aged 



BURIALS. 159 

1774 

Jan. IG Martha Best, aged 

20 Michael Coles, aged 

21 Henry Ibberson, aged 
Feb. 13 Sarah Smith, an Infant 
Mar. 7 John Gilchrist, aged 

13 Sarah Lloyd, aged 

15 Mary Hinks, aged 

24 Hannah Evans, aged 
29 Eoger Johnson, aged 

April 4 Sarah Pennington, aged 

5 Sarah Williams, an Infant 

12 Sarah Green, an Infant 

21 Ann Whitehall, aged 

22 Thomas Watson, an Infant 
May 18 Elizabeth Jones, an Infant 

26 Elizabeth Brentnall, aged 
June 5 John Pearson, aged 

10 Julia Hilton, aged 

13 William BirkAvood, an Infant 
July 14 Jane Carter, aged 

15 Anna Whitehall, aged 

Aug. 17 Sarah Evans, an Infant 

18 William Bluaden, an Infant 

23 Ann Harrow, an Infant 

28 Joseph Blake, aged 

29 Mary Ann Harris, a Bastard Child 
Sept. 9 Ann Currell, an Infant 

18 EUes Dohme, aged 

25 Jacob Allen, aged 

27 William Leset, an Infant 

28 Henry. Puffey, an Infant 
Oct. 13 Elizabeth Goodridge, aged 

15 Thomas Evans, an Infant 

20 Elizabeth Ann Clarke, an Infant 

24 Henry Smith the Elder of Trigg Lane, buried under a pew on the 

south side of the great Isle near a Blue Marble Slab 

Nov. 22 John Sapwell, an Infant 

Dec. 13 Thomas Cormell Wingfield, an Infant 

14 Sarah Lowe, an Infant 

15 Mary Tilderley, aged 

19 John Skeffington, an Infant 
27 Samuell Tonge, an Infant 

29 Ann Veazey, an Infant 

1775. 

Jan. 1 Elisha Lane, aged 

4 Ann Treddar, aged 

27 Francis Langston, aged 

Feb. 19 Sarah Allford, an Infant 

20 Mary Ann Williams, an Infant 

26 William Marshall, aged, in the Middle Isle of the church 
Mar. 8 Martha Holliday Greedy, an Infant 

16 William Lane, an Infant 
19 William Bethell, an Infant 
23 Mary Jenkyus, an Infant 

April 9 Bathseba Piatt, aged 



160 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF. 

1775 

April ]4 Elizabeth Ashbishaw, aged 

14 Elizabeth Potter, an Infant 

23 Sarah Nottingham, an Infant 

29 Lydia Gardiner, an Infant 

30 Mary "Wise, an Infant 

30 William Carpenter, an Infant 

May 4 Jane Latham, an Infant 

10 John Parham, an Infant 

21 Anna Maria Bannister, an Infant 

28 John Alford, an Infant 

June 2 William Currell, aged 

S Henrietta Davis, aged, in the south side of the church 

11 Philip Wise, aged 

21 Elizabeth Ann Williams, aged 
30 George Smith, an Infant 

July 4 William Todd, aged 

5 Mary Letitia Clark, an Infant 

6 Sarah Chesterment, an Infant 
14 Sarah Wingfield, aged 

17 Sarah Smith, aged 

28 Elizabeth Halliday, an Infant, in the North Isle of the church 
Aug. 28 John Hale, an Infant 

Sept. 6 Elizabeth Bettsworth, aged 

Oct. 4 Richard Allum, aged 

11 Jane Horn, an Infant 

13 James Pickett, aged 

30 Esther Purrett, aged 
Nov. 16 Ann Hansteg, aged 

26 William Borel, an Infant 

Dec. 14 Jane Booge, aged, in y^ North Isle of the church 

29 Priscilla Tonge, an Infant 

1776. 

Feb. 2 Nathaniel Eoberts, aged 

4 Thomas Bromhall, an Infant 

4 Mary Gad, aged 

4 Ann Hazell, aged 

8 Elizabeth Bean, aged 

18 George Hawkins, an Infant 

Mar. 3 Thomas Roberts, aged, y^ Church Warden 

3 William Chick, aged 
17 Joshua Allford, an Infant 

22 Benjamin Stonier, aged 

24 Mary Lane, aged 
April 1 Dennis Bilton, an Infant 

11 Alexander Boulton, aged 

26 John Ball, an Infant 

May 27 Elizabeth Thomas, aged 

June 1 Hannah Deane, aged 

16 John Home, an Infant 

July 23 John Chesterment, aged 

31 Hannah Purrell, an Infant 
Aug. 7 Ann Lane, an Infant 

19 Hannah Williams, aged 

19 Susannah Williams, an Infant 

25 Sarah Halliday, an Infant 



BURIALS. 161 

1776 

Sept. 1 Thomas Conquest, an Infant 
9 George Strange, an Infant 

18 Eichard Stansell, aged 
25 Ann Calvert, aged 

Oct. 11 Mary Benjamin Moore, an Infant 

29 Thomas Spedding, aged, Vestry Clerk 
Dec. 5 John Hawkins, an Infant 

10 Elizabeth Chesterman, an Infant 

20 Margarett Allen, aged 

29 Susannah Newman, an Infant 

1777. 

Jan. 7 Elizabeth Taylor, aged 

10 James Crompton, aged 

19 Daniel Elvyn, aged 
23 Mary Glanfield, aged 
23 Elizabeth Young, aged 

Eeb. 2 William Eaton, aged 

4 Josiali Veazey, an Infant 

16 James Veazey, an Infant 

Mar. 11 Mary Govei', aged 

18 Rosanna Charlon, aged 

18 Maiy Avey Glassgow^, an Infant 

20 Simeon Clifton, y^ Church Warden, in y® Middle Isle of y* church 

27 Richard Nottingham, an Infant 

28 Elizabeth Bromhall, aged 
April 2 Edward Green, an Infant 

13 Elizabeth Roberts, aged 

May 15 Jane Clifford, aged 

18 Martha Chamberlain, an Inf"t 

28 The Worshipfull Arthur Collier, LL.D., of Doctors Commons, in the 
Middle Isle of y^ Church near a large white marble stone 

June 10 Elizabeth Ann Williams, an Infant 

22 Ambrose Cantwell, aged 

July 2 Ann Strange, aged 

11 Jeremiah Clark, an Infant 

22 Rachaell Groves, aged 

25 Martha Price, in the North Isle of the Church under a Pew where 
D"" George Harris's family Lays 

Aug. 5 Henrietta Clark, an Infant 

10 Erancis Page, aged 

16 Edward Winspear, aged 

Sept. 6 Ann Mann, aged 

19 Emanuell Slade, aged 
Oct. 5 Sarah Moore, an Infant 

Nov. 7 Richard Crawshaw, an Infant, in y'= church 

16 John Bannister, aged 

16 William Lewis, aged 

17 Elizabeth Perry, an Infant 

23 Elizabeth Conquest, aged 

Dec. 7 Elizabeth Vockenson, an Infant 

16 Richard Coventry, an Infant 

1778. 

Jan. 8 Henry Harrow, aged 

25 Christopher Gardner, an Infant 

yoL. ly, T 



162 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1778 

Jan. 25 Eleanor Sims, aged 

Eeb. 2 William Atkins Jegon, an Infant, under y* Belfrey in y^ Church Porch 

Mary Thornton, an Infant 

13 Samuel Glassgow, an Infant 

April 2 Phoebe Dobson Eawlins, an Infant 

8 .John Scatliff, aged 

9 Bethia Neal Hawkins, an Infant 

13 Christian Bilton, an Infant 

14 James Montgomerie, Parish Clerk, aged 37 

20 Mary Jegon, under the Belfry in the Church Porch, an Infant 

24 Mary Matliis, aged 

May 10 EcA^erend Thomas Evans, B.A., aged 

13 Mary Smith, an Infant 
24 John Wats^on, aged 

June 10 William Clarlie, an Infant 

19 Elizabetli Eustall, aged 

July 7 Eosainond Lowe, an Infant 

19 Sarah Hartwell, aged 
Aug. 4 John Yeazey, an Infant 

11 Eleanor Browne, aged 55 y" 
16 Ann Stansill, aged 53 y" ' 

20 Ann Angel, aged 16 y'^ 
20 Thomas Smith, aged 9 y»'^ 

Sept. 18 Sarah Winnett, aged 77 

Thomas Carrick, a soldier. Drowned Saturday 12 Sepf 1778 and buried 
the 16*1^ 

28 Ann Mary Thornton, aged 5 weeks 

Oct. 2 Thomas Hill from S* Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 2 years 

7 Thomas Jones, aged 55 years 

8 William Hill from Saint Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 4 y''^ 6 mon'*' 
20 Sarah Shepherd, aged 3 months 

Dec. 6 Elizabeth Sanger, aged 81 vears 

8 Elizabeth Conquest, aged 45 years 

1779. 

Jan. 13 Eobert Aris, aged 54 years 

14 Charlotte Smith, aged Ten Months, buried under a pew on the south 

side of the great Ayle near a Blue Marble Stone 

20 Margaret M'^Coy, aged 70 

20 William Palmer Fenwack, aged 4 years 
Mar. 11 Eichard Eawlins, aged 9 months 

21 Patience Cottrell, aged 70 y'^ 

April 14 William Chamberlain, aged 6 months 

May 19 Elizabeth Best from S' Peters, aged 65 years 

20 Edward Jones (drowned accidentally), aged 19 years 

30 John Gurney, aged 68 years 

June 29 Mary KnowJs, aged 31 years 

July 4 Ann Gurney, aged 74 years 

12 Clemmons Latham, aged 66 years 

13 Thomas Bassett, accidentally drowned in the Eiver Thames, aged 62 

years 

Aug. 1 John Cassey, aged 21 years 

8 William Veazey, aged 2 months 

Sept. 7 Charlotte Jegon, under the Belfry in the Church Porch, aged 10 
weeks 

23 Mary Wilson, aged 2 years 



BURIALS. 163 

1779 

Oct. 8 Mary Euss, aged 1 mouth 

21 Mary Pearson, aged 95 years 

24 Kichard Mitchell, aged 5 years 

Nov. 1 Elizabeth Coster, aged 75 years 

17 Hester Needham, aged 4 months 

24 Mary Courter, aged 16 months 
Dec. 5 John Alford, aged 2 years 

5 Susanna Fowler, aged 1 y'' 7 mouths 

1780. 

Jan. 23 Thomas Jenkius, aged 2 mouths 

25 John Euston, aged 62 years 
29 Ann Fishley, aged 72 years 

29 Eichard A dam sou, aged 59 years 

30 Henry Edwards Wheadou, aged 11 months 
Feb. 3 Jacob Allen, aged 50 years 

13 Isabella Gardiner, aged 89 years 

20 Eichard Grardiuer, aged 49 years 

20 Elizabeth Cowland, aged 78 years 

20 John Baker, aged 11 months 

27 Eichard Belcher, aged 54 years 

27 William Jones, aged 11 months 
Mar. 15 Timothy Conolley, aged 85 years 
April 9 Jane Jones, aged 57 years 

20 Henry Townley, in the vault iu the church, aged 10 months 
23 Hannah Hale, aged 2 years 

May 10 Elizabeth Sharpe, aged 8. mouths 

21 William Bethell, aged 2 y'^ 8 m^^^ 

28 William Hughes, aged 45 years 

28 Joseph Wheadou from S*^ Grregory, aged 6 weeks 

28 Mary Green, aged 2 y*"^ 6 months 

30 Joseph Spark Eeuwick, aged 2 y'^ 6 months 

J uue 9 Sarah Eousse from S' Gregorys, aged 22 years 

11 John Tongue from S' And"' Wardrobe, aged 52 years 

11 Aaron Hale, aged 3 weeks 

13 Mary Banister from S"^ Sepulchre, aged 9 months 

18 Mary Hornby, aged 2 y'"^ 4 months 

22 ■ Eebecca Green, aged 15 months 
22 John Eoma Cooper, aged 2 years 

July 9 Griffith Ellis from Queenhitlie, aged 45 years 

18 John Hastiugs, aged 20 years 

20 Ann Veazey, aged 12 days 

Aug. 5 Ann Munday, aged 17 mouths 

5 Mary Nuth, aged 14 mouths 

9 Ann Mears, aged 35 years 

9 Ann Clark, aged 22 months 

Sept. 15 Ann Eawlius, aged 8 months 

17 William Coventry, aged 2 years 

18 Ann Hornesby, aged 5 months 

26 Ann Eaukin, aged 19 years 
30 Sarah Davis, aged 51 years 

Oct. 6 Elizabeth Maria Hood, iu the Vault in the Church, aged 24 years 

18 Elizabeth Horusbey, aged 52 years 

29 Elizabeth Gardiner, aged 41 years 
Nov. 16 Margaret Clay, aged 36 years 

17 Mary Fletcher, aged 84 years 



164 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PATJL^S WHARF. 

1780 
Dec. 1 Martha Chamberlain e, aged 6 weeks 

24 John Tilbury Williams, aged 16 mouths 

1781. 

Mary Fishley, aged 49 years 

Mary Lowe, aged 35 years 

Mary Greedy, aged 40 years 

Jonathan Alt'ord, aged 10 mouths 

Carolina Tabitha Haudsworth from S*^ Mary Magdalen, Old Pish Street, 

aged 4 5 y''^ 
Jane Eoberts from Saint Peter, Pauls Wharf, aged 65 years 
John Perry from Saint Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 2 y" 6 months 
Sarah Jenkins, aged 10 weeks 
Joseph Courter, aged 13 months 
Peter Lesett from the Parish of S' Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, 

aged 53 years 
Ann Simpson, in a Vault in the Church, aged 74 years 
Thomas Harris, aged 31 years 
William Dormer, aged 70 years 
Ann Groodson, aged 67 years 
Ann Groodin, aged 6 months 
John Gardner, aged 4 years 
Harriott Woolfe, aged 7 months 
Mary Sutton, aged 2 years 
Ann Taylor from the Parish of S* Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, 

aged 74 years 

Cha« Horne, Parish Clerk 

Eichard Williams, being a Lunatick hanged himself, aged 44 years 
Charles Gibbes from the Parish of S' Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 

51 years, church 
Mary Wilson, an Infant, aged 11 days 
William Nottingham, aged 42 years 
Richard Oram, an Infant, aged 14 days 
Elizabeth Byworth, an Infant, aged 13 months 
Mary Eeason otherwise Thomas, aged 55 years 
Mary Ann Eandall, aged 10 weeks 
Francis Simpson, LL.D., Chancelor of Lincoln, in a Vault in the 

Church, aged 53 years 
Mary Watts, an Infant, aged 3 days 
Martha Bradley, aged 38 years 
Ann Liddell, aged 92 years 
Mary Tripp, aged 49 years 
Margaret Higgins, aged 64 years 
William Clarke from the Parish of S' George, Southwark, in the 

County of Surrey, aged 7 months 

1782. 

Jan. 2 .lohn Home, aged 35 years 

3 Francis Varney, aged 25 years 

9 Ann Vaughan, aged 63 years 

12 Mary Tibby, aged 18 months 

16 Humphrey Hill, aged 49 years 

Feb. 20 Eobert Aris, aged 21 years 

Mar. 10 Thomas Gardner, aged 15 months 



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19 




26 


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BURIALS. 165 

1782 

Mar. 24 Ann* Munday, aged 13 months 

April 4 Elizabeth Wilson, aged 25 years 

7 Elizabeth Pinckney, aged 53 years 
15 Thomas Roberts, aged 2 years 

15 John Griffiths, aged 52 years 

28 Sarah Harman, aged 42 years 
May 5 James Latham, aged 14 months 

19 Elizabeth Williams, aged 17 years 
June 9 Susanna Sealy, aged 38 years 

27 Mary Macdonald the Elder, aged 40 years 

27 Mary Macdonald the Younger, aged 18 years, both accidentally drowned 

30 Sarah Waylett, aged 62 years 
July 10 William Savill :Sly, aged 11 days 

15 James Fox, aged 45 years 

18 John Morris, aged Q6 years 

Sept. 3 Mary Eoberts, aged 6 weeks 

18 Henry Thomas Thornton, aged 5 y''® 11 months 

20 Lydia Morgan, aged 38 years 
26 John Watts, aged 24 days 

Oct. 12 William Woodley, aged 21 days 

Nov. 10 John Warr, aged 62 years 

24 Susanna Hoskin, aged 45 years 

24 James Hodson, aged 60 years 
Dec. 8 Elizabeth JEornsby, aged 18 years 

8 John Backhouse, aged 60 years 

29 Hannah Hale, in a Vault in the Church, aged 31 years 

1783. 

Jan. 5 Martha Hodson, aged 2 days 

6 E/ichard Rawlins, aged 42 years 

9 Sarah A Hum, aged 18 days 

Eeb. 17 Jane Mear from S' Ann, Blackfriers, aged 46 years 

20 Mary Ann Gillam, aged 11 days 
23 Sarah Wheadon, aged 15 weeks 

25 Robert Dodwell, in a Vault in the Church, aged 10 months 
Mar. 16 Betty Green, aged 5 y'^ 10 months 

21 Catherine Cunningham, aged 2 y" 8 months 

31 William Kearley, aged 28 years 
April 7 Maria Terry, aged 16 months 

13 Sarah Reynolds, aged 32 years 
18 Mary Sanders, aged 77 years 

May 17 Philothea Nicholls, aged 77 years 

23 Charles Winn, aged 86 years 
25 Benjamin Hahn, aged 46 years 

June 3 Mary Smith, aged 75 years 

10 Thomas Faulkner, aged 4 years 

10 Mary Ann Sweetenbourg, aged 11 weeks 

July 27 Jeremiah James from Bethlehem Hospital, aged 60 years 

Aug. 22 George Green, aged 18 years 

24 James Davey, aged 40 years 
31 Lucy Wall, aged 3 months 

Sept. 2 Mary Groves, aged 1 y'' 10 mouths 

14 Sophia Charlotte Hill from S*- Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 2 y* 

3 months 

* " Ann " is written over an erasure. — Ed. 



166 RtJGISl^ERS O:^ ST. BENE't, PAULAS WHAR!^. 

1783 

Sept. 14 Mary Clark from S* George, Southwark, in the couuty of Surry, aged 
8 mouths 

21 Dedirick Inarwangan, aged 30 years 

21 Charlotte Christfield, aged 4 years 

The Stamp Act on Burials commenced 2 October 1783. 

Oct. 24 John Dempsey from the Workhouse, Poor, aged 15 years 

Nov. 2 Stephen Thomas Wolfe, aged 1 year 

9 Sarah Watts, aged 14 days 

25 William Kelly from the Workhouse, aged 50 years, Poor 

Dec, 19 Thomasin Hlvvigg, aged 60 years 

1784. 

Jan. 4 Susanna Hodson, aged 28 years 

19 Susanna Bell, aged 64 years 

29 Margaret G-royes, aged 42 years 

30 Philip Williams, aged 15 months 

Feb. 7 Elizabeth Dodwell, in a Vault in the church, aged 4 months 

10 William Wildgoose, aged 56 years 

10 Mary Wildgoose, aged 56 years 

12 William Kinshen from the Workhouse, Poor, aged 60 years 

19 Hinckley Phipps, Esq"", from Kingston upon Thames in the County of 
Surry, Buried in Linnen under Two Pews on the left Hand from 
the Entrance of the Church immediately opposite the Branch, aged 
67 years 

April 3 Mary Chall, aged 10 months 

May 2 Thomas Hemming, aged 3 years and 7 months 

9 George Jones, aged 44 years. Poor 

12 Catherine Harman, aged 19 years 

16 William Clarke, aged 11 days 
30 Ann Romney, aged 74 years 

June 10 John Mears, Sexton of this Parish, aged 57 years 

23 Mary Ann Kogers, aged 15 months 

27 Stephen May, aged 44 years 

27 Charles Jones, aged 1 y*' 9 months 
July 9 Isaac Wilson, aged 5 years 

19 Catherine Sharpley, aged 68 yeai's 

20 Esther Webb, aged 12 years 

Aug. 15 Michael Kramer from the Parish of S' George, Middlesex, aged 03 years 

Sept. 11 Samuel Wilson, aged 14 days 

17 Thomas Hill, aged 7 months 

Inspected and Duty receiv'd to Sept. 30^'', 1784. — B. Kebne, Reg' and Iiispec'" 

Nov. 14 Sarah Hanvel, aged 44 years 

29 Sarah Phelps, aged 4 years 

30 Priscilla Welch, aged 10 months 
30 Abraham Tannett, aged 2 years 

Dee. 3 Susannah Stillings, aged 30 years 

3 James Detose, aged 3 years 

20 Martha Rawlins, aged 3 years 

28 William Shapelen, aged 26 years 

1785. 

Jan. 2 Thomas Green, aged 2 months 

17 Joseph Israel Man veil, aged 3 months 

20 Thomas Hampton, aged 13 months 



BURIALS. 167 

1785 

Feb. 2 James Grant, aged 5 months 

6 John Harvey, aged 32 years 

Mar. 3 Charles Crowder, aged 60 years. Poor 

20 John Perry, aged 32 years 

24 Mary Gardner, aged 45 years 

25 Eobert White, aged 40 years 

Inspected and Duty receiv'd to y^ 31 March 1785. — B. Keene, Eegister and Inspec' 

April 3 Elizabeth Stagland, aged 10 months 

May 4 Hannah Maria Woolf, aged 17 months 

24 Elizabeth Proctor, aged 65 years, Poor 

29 Marmaduke WiUiams, aged 2 years 

June 12 Mary Aim Adams, aged 6 mouths 

26 Eobert Lagden, aged 2 years 

July 13 Elizabeth Wheadon, aged 18 months 

Aug. 18 Eobert Hornsby, aged 30 years 

Sept. 16 John Hornsby, aged 49 years 

22 Thomas Aris, aged 29 years 

Inspected and duty receiv'd to Sep'' 30*^, 1785. — B. Keene, Inspec' 

Nov. 30 John Jones, aged 50 years 

Dec. 2 Perfect Harding, aged 11 months 

1786. 

Jan. 8 Elizabeth Seaford, aged 50 years 
Archibald Wilson, aged 45 years 
Charlotte Hampton, aged 10 months 
Joseph Currie, Accidently Drowned in the Eiver Thames, Buried in the 

Church, aged 34 years 
Sarah Phelps, aged 3 months 
Ann Humphreys, aged 69 years 
Susannah Weatherley, aged 63 years. Poor 
William Count, aged 19 months 

Inspected and Duty received to March SV\ 1786. — B. Keene, Inspec'^ 

Thomas John Woster, aged 7 months 

Mary Ann Kirby, aged 2 years 

Eichard Goddard, aged 5 weeks 

Harriett Elizabeth Wheadon, aged 3 months 

Elizabeth Mary Dodwell, in a Vault in the Church, aged 18 months 

Mary Ann Brockmau, aged 3 years 

Mary Ann Stagland, aged 4 months 

Thomas Thompson, aged 66 years, Poor 

Mary Eandall, aged 16 months 

Inspected and Duty paid to Sep*" 30, 1786. — B. K., Insp"" 

Elizabeth Darling, aged 2 years, Poor 
Ann Hill, aged 84 years 
Jane Hilbourn, aged 40 years. Poor 
Elizabeth Hilbourn, aged 14 months, Poor 
Edward Eoberts, aged 60 years 
Joseph Lagden, aged 1 y"^" and half 
Esther Ditcher, aged 60 years 
Thomas Cristfield, aged 9 years 





19 




26 




31 


Eeb. 


26 


Mar. 


7 




14 




16 


April 28 
June 13 




14 




16 


July 


5 
9 




30 


Aug. 


13 




31 


Oct. 


1 




6 




10 




10 




15 




28 


Nov. 


26 


Dec. 


24 



168 REGISTERS OE ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARE. 

1787. 

Jan. 21 William Hemmings, aged 62 years, Poor 

21 Ann Griles, aged 51 years 
Feb. 4 Isabella Banister, aged 9 years 

4 John Clarke, aged 20 months 
Mar. 7 Thomas Harding, Silversmith, from the Parish of Saint Botolph With- 
out, Aldgate, London, in the Middle Aile of the Church, aged 
68 years 

Insp^ and duty paid to this date. — J. Dalton" 

20 Joseph Welsh, aged 2 years 

Inspected and Duty paid to March 31^*, 1787. — B. K., Insp^" 

Thomas Harding, aged 2 days. Poor 

Mary Mills, aged 14 months 

Elizabeth Tannett, aged 19 months 

William Dunning, aged 2 years 

Elizabeth Green, aged 39 years 

Jane Cristfield, aged 2 years 

Charles Browne (a Black), aged 45 years. Poor 

John Mann, aged 40 years 

Elizabeth Eiley, aged 48 years || 

Timothy Sullivan, aged 34 years 

Susanna Courter, aged 2 years 

Sarah Turley, aged 35 years 

Elizabeth Luke, aged 50 years 

Inspected and Duty paid to Sep' 30, 1787. — B. K., Insp 

Elizabeth Chapman, aged 39 years 
Minard Carkett, aged 1 year 
Henry Carpender, aged 5 years 
Elizabeth Wolfe, aged 13 months 
Mary Eogers, aged 5 months 
Ann Gillis, aged 66 years. Poor 
Timothy Sullivan, aged 5 months 
Elizabeth Wolfe, aged 40 years 
Thomas Clarke, aged 2 years 



Apri 


10 
16 




26 


May 


3 
13 


June 


6 




6 




28 


July 

Aug. 


4 
19 
29 


Sept. 


21 
26 


Oct. 


23 




28 




28 


Not. 


11 




13 




13 




29 


Dec. 


20 




23 



Insp** and duty pa'^. — J. Dalton 



1788. 



Jan. 6 Martha White from Alhallows the Great and Less, Thames Street, 
aged 4 years 

13 Rebecca Cross, aged 7 years 

20 Edward Watts, aged 3 years 

27 William Goodwin, Accidently Drowned in the River Thames, aged 
36 years 

Feb. 3 George Coates Barker, aged 5 years 

12 Elizabeth Boucher, aged 3 months 

12 Mary Blackman, aged 49 years. Poor 

17 Robert Jones, aged 59 years 

26 Thomas Haynes, aged 11 days. Poor 

Mar. 2 Catherine Mills, aged 10 months 

12 Charles Home, in the vault under the vestry steps, aged 9 days 

16 Elizabeth Hampton, aged 9 months 

18 Stephen Hill, aged 14 months 



1788 


Mar. 


31 


April 4 
24 




29 


May 


13 




16 




18 


June 


18 


July 


21 
27 




29 




30 


Aug. 


3 

7 




13 


Sept. 


4 
21 


Oct. 


12 




23 




29 


Nov. 


2 




12 




29 


Dec. 


7 




14 




23 


Jau. 


15 




18 




28 




28 


Peb. 


24 




24 


Mar. 


2 




12 




20 




22 




29 


April 


. 8 
16 




22 


May 


6 
17 


Juue 16 




21 


July 


5 


VOL. 



BURIALS. , 169 

Lucy Weston, aged 16 mouths 

Inspected and Duty paid to March 31, 1788. — B. K., Insp' 

Lucy Pierce, aged 2 years 

Catherine Hogard, aged 7 months 

Thomas Ince, aged 18 mouths, Poor 

Harriot Morrison, aged 23 years 

George Heardson, aged 11 months 

Elizabeth Jones, aged 2^ years 

Thomas Hampton, aged 31 years 

Charlotte Hampton, aged 14 days 

Henry Thompson. This child was baptized as the illegitimate son of 

Richard Baker and Ann Hill. Aged 15 months, Poor 
Ann Wilson, aged 2 y''^ 9 months 
Sarah Russell, aged 2 y'^ and half. Poor 
Samuel Wright, aged 3 years, Poor 
Elizabeth Robertson, aged 2 y^'^ 3 months 
Henry John Sweetingbourg, aged 7 months 
Arthur Dodwell, in a vault in the church, aged 13 months 
Phoebe Woster, aged 40 years 

Inspected and Duty paid to Sep"" 30, 1788. — 3. K., Insp^' 

Elizabeth Hearn, aged 37 years. Poor 

Mary Ann Woodward, aged 7 months 

Mary Dodwell, in a vault in the church, aged 17 days 

Edward Edmonds, aged 76 years 

John Covington, aged 20 months 

Susanna dau. of Ralph Bigland, Esquire, Richmond Herald, and Susan 

Elizabeth his wife, died 22 November 1788, aged 15 months 
Martha Sells, aged 30 years 
Greorge Davis, aged 12 years 
John Lawson, aged 29 years 

1789. 

Mary Green, aged 82 years. Poor 

William George Church, aged 4 years 

Phillip Williams, aged 46 years 

Richard Conscience Read, aged 13 months 

Mary Ann Russell, aged 8 months, Poor 

Ann Matthews, aged 6 weeks 

Louisa Stagland, aged 21 months 

Thomas Smith, aged 54 years 

Stephen Wise Gorman, aged 11 months 

Mary Sharpe, aged \blan1c'\ years 

Sarah Harding, aged 3 months. Poor 

15 Inspected and Duty paid to March 31^S 1789.— B. K., lospi' 

Rachel Green, aged 79 years 

Thomas Belcher, aged 33 years 

Joseph William Wilson, in a vault under the Vestry Steps in the 

church yard, 36 years 
Mary Pierce, aged 22 months 
Edward Home, aged 6 weeks 
James Thompson, aged 3 weeks 
Susannah Bartlett, aged 2 y''^ 7 months 
Anne Pierce, aged 4 years 
IT. z 



170 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL's WHARF. 

Jane Tannett, aged 14 months 

James Sharpe, aged 2 years 

James Till, Accidentally Drowned in the Eiver Thames, aged 26 years 

Henry Coventry, aged 17 months 

Thomas Edwards, in the vault in the church, aged 82 years, father of 

the Eev"^ Richard Edwards, Curate and Lecturer of this Parish 
Deborah Knightley, aged 60 years, Poor 
Sarah Phelps, aged 3 years 
Sarah Gore, aged 7 months 
John Godfree Knettle, aged 40 years 
Jane Home, aged 3 weeks 
Ann Elizabeth Church, aged 6 months 

(18) Inspected and Duty paid to Sep'' 30, 1789.— B. K., lusp'' 

John Tripp, aged 4 years 

Elizabeth Knettle, aged 38 years 

Elizabeth Rose, aged 18 months 

Simon Haselwood, aged 29 years 

Henry John, Son of the Worshipful John Nicholl, Doctor of Laws, and 
Judy his Wife, aged four months and fourteen days. Buried 
27 November 1789 in the Church close to the Step of the Chancel 
directly fronting the Alter 

Edward Heardson, aged 4 years 

William Alford, aged 53 years 

Thomas Chippen, aged 13 months 

Mary Ann Harding, aged 7 months 

Ann Mallet, aged 26 years. Poor 

John Brettle, aged 17 months 

James Watts, aged 2 years 

Ann Hill, aged 15 months 

John Church, aged 42 years 

William Henry Bull, aged 3 y"^^ 9 months 

1790. 

Samuel Smith, aged 34 years 
Richard Coventry, aged 4 years 
William Courtier, aged 49 years 
Hannah Rogers, aged 30 years 
James Coventry, aged 7 years 
Elizabeth Cruse, aged 10 months. Poor 
Mary Bone, aged 52 years, Poor 
Elizabeth Hanson, aged 5 years 

(20) Inspected and Duty paid to March 31^', 1790.— B. K., Insp"" 

Jane Hornsby, aged 28 years, Poor 

Elizabeth Count, aged 3 years 

Mary Mayhew, aged 26 years 

Mary Count, aged 17 months 

Ann Bruin, aged 18 months 

William Chippen, Accidentally Drown'd in the River Thames, aged 

6 years 
Sarah Brettle, aged 2 years 4 months 
John Gardner, aged 5 months 
Charles Wallinger, aged 2 months 
Lucy Pearce, 1 year 9 months 
Richard Warner, aged 8 months 



1789 


July 


6 
12 




20 


Aug. 


17 

20 


Sept. 


5 
9 




6 




16 




17 




27 


Oct. 


18 


Nov. 


6 




8 




17 




27 


Dec. 


2 




6 




7 




10 




12 




15 




20 




21 




27 




31 


Jan. 


10 


Eeb. 


1 




12 




14 




24 


Mar. 


10 




16 




30 


May 18 
June 25 




28 


July 


14 
14 




22 


Aug 


. 11 
31 


Sept 
Oct. 


. 23 
17 




19 



Oct. 


24 




28 


Nov. 


5 




16 




24 


Dec. 


19 


Jan. 


2 




30 


Feb. 


25 


Mar. 


13 




13 




20 




20 




20 




29 


April 3 
3 




20 


May 


8 
8 


July 


1 
13 




17 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


23 
29 


Oct. 


10 




12 




24 


Nov. 


4 




5 




6 




15 


Dec. 


21 




22 




25 


Jau. 


9 




15 




21 




21 




27 


Feb. 


5 



fetniALS. 171 

Thomas Eduey, aged 40 years, Poor 
James and Elizabeth Holmes, aged 4 days 
Sarah Barker, aged 59 years, Poor 
George Church, aged 3 weeks 
Elizabeth Boss, aged 80 years, Poor 
Thomas Jones, aged 3 years 

1791. 

Mary Armond, aged 19 years 

Sarah Askew, aged 69 years. Poor 

Frances White from the Parish of Saint Mary le Bone in the County of 

Middlesex, spinster, was Buried in a Grave in the Church at the 

West End thereof, aged 71 years 
Ann Preston, aged 47 years 
John Filkins, aged 1 y"' 9 months 
Thomas Wheadon, aged 23 years 
Aaron Hale, aged 18 months 
Ann Mills, aged 2 years 
Martha Eachel Munday, aged 19 months 

(21) Inspected and Duty paid to 31*'' March 1791. — W. Goodwin 

William Hurford, aged 40 years 

Elizabeth Mills, age [blank] 

Sarah Allen, aged 66 years. Poor 

Sarah Wynne, aged 76 years. Poor 

Eichard Bush, aged 21 years 

Catherine Buffin, aged 18 years 

William Williamson, Accidentally Drowned in the Eiver Thames, 

aged 16 years 
John Wilder Bandall, aged 3 y'^ 7 months 
William Eobinson, aged 10 years 

Eobert Dodwell, in a Vault in the Church, aged 10 weeks 
Sarah Montgomerie, aged 57 years. Poor 

(8) Inspected and Duty paid 29 Sept. 1791. — W. Goodwin 

Ann Williams, aged 18 months 

Minard Carkett, aged 55 years 

Thomas Morgan, aged 1 y^' 9 months 

Ann Taylor from Bishopsgate Street, in the Middle Aile of the Church, 

aged [blank] years 
Hannah Chipping, aged 5 y" 7 months 
Adams Alsop, in the Vault under the Vestry steps in the Church yard, 

aged 49 years 
John Horsfall, aged 2 years 
Mary West, aged 54 years 
William Edney, aged 10 months. Poor 
William Bull, aged 37 years 

1792. 

Charles Home, in the Vault by the Vestry Door, aged 52 years 

Mary Boxley, aged 53 years 

Ann Harding, aged 70 years 

Ann Howard, aged 4 years 

Elizabeth Birkwood, aged 71 years 

Dorothy Vockinson, aged 65 years 



172 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1792 

Feb. 12 Erasmus Wright, aged 19 years 

19 Charlotte Holbrook, aged 3 years 
Mar. 6 Elizabeth Harding, aged 18 mouths 

20 Charlotte Matilda Stagland, aged 2 years 

(19) Inspected and Duty paid to 31 M** 1792.— "W. Goodwin 

April 18 John Bennett, aged 28 years. P. 

19 Hannah Huxley, aged 55 years 

20 Anna Mariah Bigland, daughter of Ralph Bigland, Esq"^, Richmond 

Herald, aged 12 years 

22 Elizabeth Hopkins, aged 43 years 

28 Eleanor Barnes, aged 4 months 
May 3 Isaac Mitchell, aged 35 years. P. 

15 Thomas Hunt, aged 13 years 

16 Peter Bell, aged 59 years 
June 12 Ann Smith, aged 91 years 

15 Joseph Harding, aged GO years. P. 

18 John James Coventry, aged 18 months 

21 Catherine Harding, aged 49 years 
July 24 Mary Ann Emmertou, aged 8 months 
Aug. 12 Ann Carpenter, aged 39 years 

12 Henry James, aged 49 years 

Sept. 14 Elizabeth Belcher, aged 69 years 

17 Mary Morris, aged 76 years 

23 Isabella Houghton, aged 62 years 
Oct. 11 Thomas Skeffington, aged 62 years 
Nov. 25 William Emmerson, aged 49 years. P. 

25 William Turrill, aged 16 years 

Dec. 2 Joseph Whitehead, aged 42 years 

2 Elizabeth Norton, aged 26 years 

9 Samuel Ginger, aged 17 months 

17 George Stevens, aged 29 years / 

25 Mary Thompson, aged 2 years 

1793. 

Jan. 7 Mary Spence, aged 70 years 

7 Elizabeth Lewis, aged 14 months 

11 Hannah Heardson, aged 4 years 

18 Mary Ann Heardson, aged 16 months 
Eeb. 17 Mary Hawkins, aged 7 months 

Mar. 19 Mary Spence, aged 36 years 

20 .lames M'=Cay, aged 84 years. P. 

21 Ann Hammond, aged 5 years 

29 Thomas Howard, aged 19 years 

(30) Inspected to 31«i March 1793.— W. Goodwin 

April 6 Joseph Clark, aged 6 months 

14 William Goodchild, aged 4 years 

28 Joshua Whitehead, aged 2 years 

May 5 Thomas Meek, aged 42 years 

12 Edward Heardson, aged 54 years 

19 Ann Church, aged 33 years 
19 Robert Hale, aged 11 years 

26 Henry Newell, aged 6 years. P. 
June 2 James Fazackerly, aged 20 months 

9 Richard Hopkins, aged 45 years. P. 

12 Thomas Clark, aged 2 years 



:bURiALS. 1'73 

1793 

June 12 John Newell, aged 2 years. P. 

15 Thomas Ware, aged 57 years. P. 

16 Thomas Morgan, aged 2 years 

23 Sophia Elizabeth Clark, aged 5 years 

26 Margaret Lockwood, aged 30 years 

28 Elizabeth West, aged 10 months 
July 7 Thomas Lockwood, aged 1 month 

7 James Count, aged 42 years 

8 Jonathan Trantnum, aged 45 years 

13 James Brettle, aged 13 months 
18 Thomas Spence, aged 33 years 

Aug. 4 Elizabeth Newell, aged 2 years. P. 

15 Lucy Harding, aged 7 months 

18 Sarah Sharpe, aged 47 years 
8 Samuel Ginger, aged 6 days 

25 Hannah Margaret Hale, aged 2 years 
Sept. 20 John Lewis Peperman, aged 35 years 

23 Charles Sharpe, aged 5 years 

26 Elizabeth Maria Eglinton, aged 4 years 

29 Susannah Humphrys, aged 4 years 

('26) Inspected to 30t>' Sept"^ 1793.— H. Baillie 

Oct. 6 Rosoman Coare, aged 31 years. P. 

6 Peter Grieve, aged 57 years 

8 John Bensley, aged 35 years 

24 William Milwood, aged 5 months 

27 Ebenezer John Williams, aged 2 years 

27 Joseph Coventry, aged 23 years 
29 William Bull, aged 3 years 

29 William Mills, aged 5 years 

Nov. 8 Elizabeth Mills, aged 17 months 

10 Charles Noble Williams, aged 2 years 

17 Robert Dodwell, Esq'', in the vault on the vestry side, age \_bhink] 
20 Mary Harry, aged 4 y'"^ 

24 Sarah Ann Watts, aged 3 y''^ 

Dec. 1 Sophia Warner, aged 2 y""^ 

14 Mary Ann Newcomb, aged 1 y'^' 

16 Ann Tyrrell, aged 28 y'^ 

28 Joseph Shrimptou, aged 2 y''^ P. 

10 Henry Smith, in the chancel vault, aged 37 y'* 

19 Mary Boston, aged 33 y" 
26 William Jones, aged 35 y" 

1794. 

Jan. 27 Mark Holman, Esq>', in the church vault, aged 67 v""^ 

28 Mary Hill, aged 43 y''^ 

29 Susannah Cooperson, aged 73 y'"* 

29 Mary Wayne, aged 3 m"' 

30 Mary Barker, aged 14 y'' 

Feb. 16 *John Charles Brooke, Esq'', in the vault under the Heralds pew, 

aged 39 y'' 

Mar. 17 Isaac Hackett, aged 17 y" 

26 Mary West, aged 11 m"'« 

(26) Inspected to 31^' March 1791.— H. Baillie, lusp"^ 

* Somerset Herald. He was killed with Beujamiu Pingo, York Herald, in the accident at 
the theatre iu the Hayiuarket ou 3rd Feb. 1794. — Ed. 



1*74 REGISTEKS Of Sf. BENE't, PAULAS WHARt'. 

1794 

April 3 Thomas Chapman, aged 3 w^^ 

July 5 Hannah Hudson, aged 10 m*^^ 

12 Sarah Harbrow, aged 23 years 

12 Ann Austin, aged 75 years 

Sept. 6 John Morris Kendall, aged 4| y'^ 

14 Susaunah Stagland, aged 14 m^"® 

28 Henry Edwards, aged 2 years, in vestry vault 

Oct. 13 John Holbrook, aged 5 years 

20 Mary Reeves, aged 45 years 

20 Alice Home, aged 63 years, in vestry vault 

Nov. 2 Richard Brockett, aged 37 years 

16 William James Pazakerly, aged 8 years 

24 Martha Edwards, aged 5 years, in vestry vault 
Dec. 3 John Kendall, aged 3 years 

25 William Mills, aged 36 years 

28 Elizabeth Hembrow, aged 2 years 

1795. 

Jan. 15 Thomas Hill, aged 77 years 

16 Catherine Mills, aged 34 years 

18 Mary Church, aged 3 years 

19 Henry Carpenter, aged 3^ years 

25 William Jones, aged 46 years 

29 Samuel Powell, aged 60 years, in vestry vault 
Eeb. 1 Mary Stead, aged 63 years 

1 Samuel Hodsou, aged 48 years 

3 John Houlton, aged 57 years 

18 Mary Taylor, aged 64 years 
22 Mary Munday, aged 47 years 

22 Mary Wheadon, aged 46 years 

26 Elizabeth Wood, aged 32 years. [N.B. — On the opposite side. Wife 

of the Rev"^ John Manley Wood, in the vestry vault.] 

Mar. 8 William Bonham, aged 1 year 

15 Ann Heardson, aged 35 years 

23 Susannah Turley, aged 51 years 
April 1 Phillis Wheadon, aged 25 years 

1 Frederick King, aged 5 weeks 

2 William Henry Potter, aged 2| y''^ 
8 Mary Thompson, aged 15 months 

19 Henry Mott, aged 35 years 

28 Josepli Thompson, aged 10 y^' and 5 m*^'' 

May 10 John Slater, aged 15 years. Poor 

17 Mary Downing, aged 90 years. Poor 

24 Henry Thompson, aged 40 years, Poor 
31 Joseph Coventry, aged 52 years, Poor 

June 5 Elizabeth Taunton, aged 56 years 

8 Charles Phelps, aged 26 years 

18 Charles Currell, aged 23 years 
July 13 Henry Mott, aged 13 months 
Aug. 8 William Roland, aged 52 years 

26 Elizabeth Goodwin, aged 7 years. P. 

27 Mary Millwood, aged 10 months 
Sept. 3 Thomas Blainey Lewis, aged 1 year 
Oct. 4 Martha Savill, aged 11 months 

5 Henry Killick, aged 5 years 

11 John Dunn, aged 72 years 

15 Sai'ah Wright, aged 4 months 



BURIALS. 175 

Mary Killick, aged 1 year 
Elizabeth Carter, aged 9 months 
Mary Millet, aged 49 years 

1796. 

John Porthouse, aged 5 years 

Hannah Howard, aged 3 years 

Eliza Conrad, aged 4 years 

Mary Smith, aged 39 years 

Kebecca Butler, aged 5 years 

Eobert Sharpe, aged 41 years 

John Stanton, aged 6 weeks 

Maria Eandall, aged 6 years 

Thomas Keate, aged 22 years 

William Hill, aged 51 }ears 

Ann Killick, aged 14 days 

Samuel Sturt, aged 14 days 

D*" George Harris, in the Vault adjoining the Christening Pew, aged 
75 years 

Mary l)odwell, in the Vault, aged 23 months 

Ann Clark, aged 34 years 

Mary Ann Lewis, aged 6 weeks 

Thomas Butler, aged 10 months 

John Piekwell, in the Vault under the Vestry steps, aged 54 years 

Hannah Chapman, aged 9 months 

Mary Thornton, Wife of JNI'' Thomas Thornton, Church Warden of 
this Parish, in a Grave along side of the Tomb in the Church y'^ 
near the Middle Window of the Church, aged 55 years 

Charles Gardiner, aged 30 years 

Eichard Wheadon, aged 26 years 

Sarah Killick, aged 8 years ; smallpox 

Edward Harding, aged 20 years ; feA^er 

John Fripp, aged 51 years ; decline 

Henry Dodwell, aged 7 years ; decline 

1797. 

Isaac Eose, aged 35 years ; decline 
Elizabeth Lambole, aged 39 y'^ ; decline 
John Gregory, aged 6 months ; conv°* 
Mary Millington, aged 46 years ; fever 
Eichard Gardiner, aged 36 years ; decline 
Elizabeth Thompson, aged 9 months ; convulsions 
Ann Smith, aged 28 years ; inflam" 
Sarah Coates, aged 3 years ; decline 
Elizabeth Neale, aged 2 years ; decline 
John Stevens, aged 50 years ; palsy 
Sarah Holmes, aged 3 months ; convuls"^ 
Eleanor Simpson, aged 59 years ; asthma 
Sarah Harrow, aged 60 years ; sudden death 
Eleanor Shepherd, aged 55 years ; decline 
Sarah Cannon, aged 16 years ; decline 
Mary Anthony, aged 70 y''* ; aged 

1798. 

Mar. 1 Elizabeth Sharpe, aged 7 y''^ ; fever 

25 Mary Ann Gregory, aged 10 weeks ; convul" 



1795 


Oct. 


18 


Nov. 


15 




29 


Jan . 


10 




22 


Eeb. 


4 




7 




7 




7 


Mar. 


20 




20 




24 


April 


[20 
24 




24 


May 29 
June 16 




30 


July 


10 
17 




30 


Aug. 


2 




3 




26 


Sept. 


8 
13 


Oct. 


]2 


Nov. 


11 


Jan. 


1 


Eeb. 


8 


Mar, 


2 




23 




28 


June 


! 1 




25 


July 


12 
26 


Sept 
Oct. 


. 18 

8 




28 




29 


Nov. 


19 




27 


Dec. 


17 



176 EEGISTEBS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1798 

Mar. 25 Eebecca Trow, aged 63 years ; fever 

April 1 William Hughes, aged 3 y'^ 11 m*''^ ; decline 

23 Susaiinali Townsend, aged 42 years ; decline 
May 27 Pricilla Brooks, aged 50 years ; decline 
June 10 Sophia Cox, aged 1 y'' and 9 m"'^; convulsion 

13 Thomas Brittle, aged 4 years ; smallpox 

16 Eleanor Dillon, aged 2| years ; smallpox 

29 Hannah Eose, aged 4 years ; smallpox 

July 1 Ann Moore, aged 13 months ; measles 

1 Elizabeth Hammer, aged 3 years ; hooping cough 

29 Bertha Watson,' aged 5 years ; smallpox 

Aug. 28 James Godfrey, beadle of this Parish, in the Vault under the Vestry 

door, aged 55 years ; dropsy 

Sept. 4 William More-raft, aged 3 months; convul"^ 

16 John Broadhurst, aged 17 months ; smallpox 

Oct. 19 Benjamin AVilliams, aged 2 y" 7 '""'®; smallpox 

21 Mary Rose, aged 2 y''^ 4 m*''^; convuls''^ 

24 Sarah Morcraft, aged 3 y''^ 8 m'^'^ ; smallpox 
28 Frederick Rose, aged 2 y''® 6 m'^'^ ; fever 

28 Elizabeth Wheadon, aged 3 years ; smallpox , 

28 William Wheadon, aged 10 m*^'^ 8 days ; smallpox 

Nov. 9 Eleanor Tilley, aged 41 years ; decline 

10 Elizabeth Morcraft, aged 1 y'" 8 m*''^ ; smallpox 

10 Thomas Taylor, aged 67 years ; decline 

15 William Williams, aged 2 y" 2 m"'^ ; smallpox 

Dec. 2 Jonathan Branscomb, aged 55 years ; decline 

3 Eichard Stokes, aged 60 years ; decline 

3 Elizabeth Wheadon, aged 57 years ; dropsy 

5 Charles Rose, aged 2 years ; teeth 

1799. 

Jan. 3 Mary Thrifte, aged 16 years ; dropsy 

8 James Munday, aged 52 years ; decline 
Ann Maria West, aged 2 years ; coop 
Joseph Akam, aged 55 years ; decline 
Elizabeth Aston, aged 16 ra*^^; decline 
John Ginger, aged 35 years ; decline 
Elizabeth Hall, aged 2 years ; convuls'' 
Martha Rogers, aged 43 years ; decline 
Ann Butler, aged 18 months ; convuls"^ 
Thomas Kelly, aged 46 years ; fever 
Edward Cross, aged 65 years ; decline 
Mary Ann Harding, aged 48 years ; abcess 
Thomas Harris, aged 55 years ; consump" 
Cumberland Merrick, aged 53 years ; asthma 
Elizabeth Papps, aged 4 days ; conv" 
Charles Mantle, aged 3 weeks ; conv" 
Mary Amos, aged 62 years ; decline 
Margaret Protheroe, aged 53 years ; palsy 
Mary Sherwil, aged 48 years ; dropsy 
Thomas Watkins, aged 40 years ; decline 

Elizabeth Edwards, The Mother of The Rev"* Richard Edwards, Curate 
and Lecturer of this Church, in the side Isle Vault next the 
Church y'', aged 78 years ; old age 
Mary Romatta, aged 43 years ; dropsy 
Joseph Sewell, aged 13 m^''* ; convulsions 





13 
20 




29 


Feb. 


25 




26 


Mar. 


3 




5 




18 


Apri 
May 


128 
11 
26 




26 




26 


June 13 


July 


1 
6 




17 




28 


Aug. 


22 


Oct. 


3 


Nov. 


13 



BURIALS. 177 

1799 
Nov. 21 John Dill, aged 44 years ; dropsy 

21 Edward Home, aged 37 years ; decline 

28 Ann Bogg, "Widow o£ Eobert Bogg, Esq'", the south side of the Chancel 
close to the door of the Gentlemens Pew of S'' Peter's Parish, aged 
86 years ; old age 
Dec. 22 Trew Jegon, buried under the Porch of the Belfiy, aged 62 years ; 
inflamation 
31 Sarah Edwards, aged 50 years ; inflamation 

1800. 

Jan. 4 Charles Eeynolds, aged 32 years ; decline 

4 Elizabeth Nicoll, Middle Aisle, 72 years ; old age 

5 Cato "Watts, aged 50 years ; decline 
9 Ann Mocraft, aged 7 years ; decline 

12 Eachel Home, aged 1 year ; teeth 

19 John Priestly, aged 9 months ; teeth 

Feb. 3 Charles IMears, aged 18 months ; convulsions 

Mar. 1 Maria Clark, aged 3 days ; convulsions 

9 Erancis Brown, aged 27 years ; consumption 

April 10 Elizabeth Mocraft, aged 7 montlis; convvilsions 

11 Betty Col will, aged 16 years ; fever 

May 29 Ann Clinter, aged 70 years ; old age (poor) 

June 7 Sarah "Whyett, aged 18 months ; fever (poor) 

7 John Hawkins Bankes, aged 14 y''^ 11 months, Buried in a Grave in 
the Noi-th Aisle of the church under the paving ; fever 

15 Eobert Steed, aged 78 years ; decline 

15 John Gregory, aged 30 years ; decline 

July 20 George Crew, aged 49 years ; fever 

Aug. 6 Samuel Newman, aged 2 years ; teeth 

10 John Gearing, aged 2 years ; convulsions 

26 Susannah Eichards, aged 2 months ; convulsions 

Sept. 7 Hannah Boulton, aged 70 years 

15 Eichard Ford, aged 5 months 
Oct. 11 John Boult, aged 79 years 

19 George Hudson, aged 9 months 

23 William Brittle, aged 1 y'' 10 months 

24 James Shrimpton, aged 1 y'' 
Nov. 9 Mary Cole, aged 70 years (poor) 

9 George Frederick Williams, aged 3 years 

16 Agnes M'^Cullock, aged 61 years 
23 Elizabeth Godfrey, aged 83 years 

Dec. 12 William Williams, aged 16 years 

14 Esther Brimbrell, aged 2 y'^ 6 mouths 

14 John West, aged 26 years (poor) 

26 Stephen Wolfe, aged 65 years 

30 Sarah Atlee, Church Vault, aged 5 weeks 

31 Elizabeth Bates, aged 38 years 

1801. 

Jan. 11 Eliza Townsend (wife of Francis Townsend, Esquire, Windsor Herald), 
Buried in a "Vault in the Church Yard, aged 44 years 

29 Thomas Wright, aged 45 years 

30 John Chadsey, Church "Vault, aged 61 years 
Feb. 27 William Greedy, aged 68 years 

Mar. 15 John Bristow, Grave in the North Aisle of the Church, aged 37 years 

YOL. IT. A A 



178 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL's WHARF. 

1801 

April 25 Phoebe Elizabeth Gould, aged 4 years 

June 28 James Hugh Potts, aged 18 months 

July 14 Mary Ann Slark, aged 3 years 

Aug. 2 Susan Elizabeth (wife of Ealph Biglaud, Esq^, Eichmond Herald), 
Buried in a Vault in the Church yard under the Vestry Window, 
aged 48 years 

11 Elizabeth Lincell, aged 1 year. P. 

17 Phillippa Mordaunt, Church Vault, aged 31 years 
Sept. 13 Isaac Brimble, aged 9 months 

Oct. 9 Mary Ann Coates, aged 8 months 

11 Sarah Papps, aged 4 y''^ 3 months 
23 William Holloway, aged 46 years 

Nov, 1 James Grant, aged 55 years 

5 James Page, aged 3 days. P. 

8 Elizabeth Windsor, aged 2 years 

12 William Tannet, aged 62 years 

12 Mary Parmer, aged 65 years. P. 

18 John Syer, aged 60 years 
22 Mary Col will, aged 2 years 
30 Ann White, aged 52 years 

Dec, 3 Eobert Joseph Williams, aged 6 weeks 

6 John Frederick Staglan, aged 19 years 
11 William White, aged 54 years 

18 William Sharpe, Church Vault, aged 58 years 

1802. 

Jan. 4 Lucy Miller, aged 20 years. P. 

13 Sarah Charlotte Clarke, aged 6 weeks 

Feb. 7 Eebecca Iliffe, buried in the North Aisle by the vestry stairs, aged 
65 years 

25 Elizabeth Humphreys, aged 46 years 

Mar. 4 William Strangeways, aged 2 years 

April 18 David M<=Culley, aged 64 years 

27 Caroline Dale, aged 6 days 

May 27 Edward Green, aged 74 years 

June 12 Thomas Eeeves, aged 20 years 

July 3 William Williams, aged 49 years 

27 Elizabeth Sharpe, church vault, aged 53 years 

Aug. 3 Thomas Chippen, aged 51 years 

17 Henry Grout, aged 4 months. P. 

17 Edward Carpenter, aged 2 y^* 10 months 

Sept. 5 Susannah Hadingham, aged 14 months 

17 George Smith, aged 4 days 

30 William Birkwood, aged 84 years 

1803. 

Jan. 11 Mary Howell, in a vault in the South Aisle of the church, aged 49 y" 

31 Charlotte Smith, in a vault by the vestry door, aged 52 y''^ 

Feb. 18 Mary Bankes, in a vault in the North Aisle of the church under the 

pewing, aged 52 years 

Mar. 27 Jonathan Collins, aged 33 years 

31 John Eandell, aged 47 years 

31 Sarah Ferress, aged 57 years. P. 

April 24 Elizabeth Eandell, aged 52 years 

May 22 William Boulton, aged 49 years 



1803 


May 29 
June 16 




17 


July 
Aug. 
Dec. 


81 
31 
15 




18 




18 




24 




28 




29 


Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


29 


Mar. 


23 


April 


[12 
15 




16 




24 


May 


19 
27 


Aug. 


2 
3 




23 




23 




26 


Sept. 
Nov. 


, 2 
12 




14 




25 


Dec. 


7 




11 




11 




13 




25 


Feb. 


3 




10 




20 




24 


Mar 


. 26 




30 




31 


April 23 
29 


Maj 


r 1 
5 




12 




12 


June 20 




23 



BURIALS. 179 

Hannah Munday, aged 36 years 

William Henry Curtis, aged 9 weeks 

Sarah Brimble, aged 9 weeks 

Elizabeth Bonham, aged 26 years 

Jane Jackson, aged 55 years 

Mary Cuthbert, aged 11 months 

Joseph Bryan, aged 71 years 

Ann Little, in a vault by the vestry door, aged 23 years 

John Howell, in a vault in the South Aisle of the church, aged 

48 years 
Elizabeth Thomas, aged 7 months 
Charles Arthur Bedford, in church, aged 13 months 

1804. 

Prances Shrimpton, aged 2 months 

Jane Great Banks, aged 86 years 

Briand Bigland Cathrow, buried in M'" Bigland's vault in the church 

yard, aged 8 months 
George Pudnor, aged 62 years 
William Wallenger, aged 9 months 
Sarah West, aged 1 y"^ 10 months 
Susannah Ling, aged 32 years 
Samuel Wheadon, aged 27 years 
Ann Dunklen, aged 32 years 
Philip Rogers, aged 7 y" 7 months 
William Moore, aged 64 years 
Elizabeth Sarah Smith, aged 10 months 
Thomas Sparrow, aged 18 years 
Samuel East, aged 55 years 
William Brady, aged 7 months 
Mary Ann Horder, aged 10 days 
James Hart, aged 9 months 
Mary East, aged 54 years 
Mary Ann Moore, aged 10 months 
William Fenn, aged 30 years 
Joseph Bristow, aged 5 weeks 
Mary Caroo, aged 64 years 
William Webb, aged 3 months 

1805. 

Thomas Martin, aged 2 years 

George Newman, aged 6 months 

Elizabeth Slark, aged 28 years 

William George Horder, aged 1 month 

Jane Prudence Slark, aged 5 months 

Jane Godfrey, aged 66 years 

Sarah Burden, aged 63 years 

Hannah Ayres, aged 9 months 

Eose Eardley, aged 43 years 

Sarah Aris, aged 85 years 

Sarah Mocraft, aged 8 mouths 

Mary Hurst, aged 55 years 

William Edwards, aged 49 years 

Ann Edwards, church yard vault, aged 2 y" 7 months 

Sarah Ofield, aged 73 years 



180 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE*T, PAUl's WHARF. 

1805 

July 21 Isabella Ayres, aged 39 years 

Sept. 8 Susannah Bidgood, aged 5 y^^ 8 mouths 

27 Thomas Clarke, aged 10 months 

Nov, 3 Ann "Wilson, aged 4 y" 7 months 

3 Jane Francis, aged 1 y"" 5 months 
5 James Adams, aged 52 years 

Dec. 2 Sarah Ann Williams, aged 11 months 

4 Eliza Ann Stagland, aged 14 months 

5 Susannah Smith, aged 9 months 
25 Mary Mears, aged 76 years 

29 Sarah Mungo, aged 59 years 



BOOK L. 

for tfte 

^an'gf) ot ^U Beimet, ^aulsi Mftarf, 

3lcintron, 

for 
burials;* 

XS06. 



1806. 

Jan. 7 Daniel Hodges, aged 63 years 

12 Mary Ann Winsen, aged 1 y^' 5 months 

12 William Lowles, aged 36 years 

Feb. 1 Helen Nayler, youngest dau. of G-eorge Nayler, Esquire, York Herald, 
and Charlotte his Wife, aged 2 y''^ 5 months, in church vault 

10 John Dillou, aged 49 years 

Mar. 2 John Grarton Turner, aged 2 months 

2 Sarah Turner, aged 6 years 6 months 

16 Ann Canham, aged 6 months 

April 11 Benjamin Baker, aged 49 years 

13 James Philip Forrester, aged 11 y'^ 10 months 
May 13 Mary Turner, aged 63 years 

25 Richard Hale, aged 62 years 

27 John Bristow, aged 6 mouths 

June 29 Matilda Windsor, aged 11 y''^ 6 months 

Aug. 10 Eli Lawford, aged 23 years 

31 Reuben Lawford, aged 19 years 

Oct. 2 Mary Ann Steggatt, aged 1 month 

19 Charlotte Day, aged 2 y>'^ 7 months 
Nov. 12 James Davis, aged 3 months 

20 Jane Shade, aged 21 years 

Dec. 3 Charles Robinson s. of D'' Robinson, buried in the West Aisle of the 
church, aged 1 y*' 9 months 



BURIALS. 181 



1806 

Dec. 7 Ann Bates, aged 45 years 

16 John Samuel, aged 69 years 

21 Elizabeth "Wilson, aged 1 y"' 1 month 

23 Charlotte Taylor, aged 21 years 
30 Maria Hemming, aged 4 years 

1807. 

Feb. 8 Jane Tripp, aged 67 years 

15 Sarah Bull, aged 48 years 

16 "William Mocraft, aged 2 y" 8 months 
April 2 Sarah Eustace, aged 77 years 

2 John Eoberts, aged 58 years 

5 "William Jones, aged 2 years 9 months 

5 Charles Alford, aged 1 year 2 months 

12 Susannah Fletcher, aged 65 years 
21 Thomas Hodson, aged 27 years 

26 Susannah Bartlett, aged 8 years 
30 Elizabeth Davies, aged 1 year 

July 29 Jonathan Forrester, aged 11 years 

29 Sophia Coster, aged 8 months 
Aug. 23 Sarah Akam, aged 74 years 

Sept. 1 Edward Spinage Garring, aged 4 months 

30 Henry Shade, aged 2 years 
Nov. 15 Joseph Smart, aged 37 yeai's 

21 George Akam, aged 6 months 

Dec. 27 Daniel Wren, aged 50 years 

29 Charles Pearse, aged 51 years 

1808. 

Jan. 10 William Taylor, aged 10 mouths 

24 Anna Maria Birkwood, aged 26 years 

30 "William Marechale Radclyffe, age 1 y'^' 5 months 

31 Jane Rogers, aged 1 y"^ 9 months 
Feb. 14 Charles Newcombe, aged 52 years 

24 Abraham Hammer, aged 50 years 

Mar. 9 Millicent Godfrey, aged 55 years 

13 Henry Forrester, aged 4 years 

14 Thomas Kilsby, aged 32 years 

27 "William Groves, aged 60 years 
29 Martha Samuel, aged 53 years 

April 3 Elizabeth Canham, aged 8 months 

10 Jacob Henrichsen, aged 3 years 

10 Mary Colwill, aged 3 weeks 

17 John Bason, aged 36 years 

17 Rebecca Pitt, aged 5 months 

18 "William Edmonds, aged 9 months 
24 Mary Malen, aged 50 years 

May 1 Maria Jones, aged 15 months 

6 Robert Hill, aged 62 years 
31 John Fowler, aged 71 years 

June 5 Sarah "Waterhouse, aged 90 years 

5 Mary Ann Mocraft, aged 1 y'' 11 months 

26 John Sherman, aged 36 years 

July 5 Michael Angelo Coles, aged 71 years 

8 "William Rugge Moore, aged 14 days 



182 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAULAS WHARF. 

James Tovey, aged 63 years 

James Maclaren, church Porch, aged 48 years 

Elizabeth Maclaren, church Porch, aged 5 months 

James Pitt, aged 29 years 

Sarah Uauncey, aged 20 years, in a vault by the vestry door 

John Richard Barnes, aged 7 months 

William Williams, aged 1 year 10 months 

Elizabeth Smith, aged 1 y"" 7 months 

John Mitchel, aged 16 days 

John Porrester, aged 41 years 

Mary Wilson, aged 5 y" 9 months 

James Wheadon, aged 25 years 

1809. 

Ann Evans, aged 19 years 

Anna Grertrude Bigland, aged 6 months 26 days, vault in churcliyard 

Richard Atkins, aged 25 years 

James CoUibone, aged 1 y"" 2 months 

Joseph Green, aged 71 years 

John Hone, aged 1 year 

Jane Harris, aged 1 y'' 5 months 

Thomas Winspeare, aged 17 years 

William Pool, aged 25 years 

Silvester Harding, aged 64 years 

Mary Maynard, aged 20 years 

David Shaboe, aged 2 years 

John Bankes, aged 61 years, family vault in the north aisle of the 

church 
Edward Burgess, aged 1 y"^ 6 months 
John Benson, aged 50 years 
Caroline Basnett, aged 5 y" 4 months 
Elizabeth Jones, aged 40 years 

1810. 

Mary SkeflBngton, aged 70 years 

Joseph Parnahm [sic'], aged 25 years 

Jane Mulling, aged 23 years 

Elizabeth Smart, aged 33 years 

John Desborough Bedford, aged 7 months 15 days, in the west aisle 

of the church 
William Colibine, aged 3 months 
Margaret Appletree, aged 55 years 
Samuel Wallinger, aged 2 years 

Isaac Bristow, aged 35 years, north aisle of the church 
Jane Brimble, aged 7 years 
John Rutherford, aged 58 years 
Samuel James Bishop, aged 32 years 
Sarah Lane, aged 13 months 
Henry Stephens, aged 73 years 
Thomas Jones, aged 1 year 7 months 
Richard Edmonds, aged 5 years 
Robert Canham, aged 1 year 7 months 
John Charles Scott, aged 2 y" 2 months 
Maria Moore, aged 2 months 11 days 
Mary Jones, aged 9 months 



1808 


July 


22 
23 




23 




24 


Aug. 


16 


Sept. 


15 
27 


Oct. 


3 




8 


Nov. 


18 


Dec. 


5 




29 


Jan. 


29 


Feb. 


3 




7 


Mar. 


9 


April 


2 
30 


May 

June 


24 
4 


Aug. 


11 
19 




31 


Oct. 


15 




19 


Nov. 


24 




28 


Dec. 


24 




25 


Jan. 


7 


Feb. 


1 




8 




9 




14 




17 




26 




27 


Mar. 


8 




8 




10 




20 




25 


April 
June 


[ 1 
1 




1 




17 


July 


15 
16 




17 



1810 


July 
Aug. 
Sept. 


22 
24 
23 
13 


Nov. 


20 




22 


Dec. 


9 


Jan. 


6 




20 


Eeb. 


20 




27 


Mar. 


30 


April 


25 

27 


May 


12 
19 


June 


23 


July 


14 
31 


Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 


18 
18 

4 


Dec. 


3 


Feb. 


2 




9 




24 


Apri: 


115 


May 


8 




10 




31 


June 


! 14 




19 


July 
Sept 


29 

. 3 

24 


Nov. 


1 


Dec. 


10 




20 



BURIALS. 183 

Elizabeth Eosamond Lane, aged 11 years 

Ann Hawkes, aged 2 y''^ 2 weeks 

Samuel Shepherd, aged 63 years 

Jane Coster, aged 2 y" 1 month 

William Bartrum, aged 3 months 

Jane Bull, aged 43 years 

Henry Legg, aged IL months 3 days 

1811. 

Elizabeth Bolton, aged 54 years 

Jane Mackey, aged 4 weeks 

Eichard Day, aged 3 weeks 

Euth Harris, aged 31 years 

Erancis William Eichard Townsend, aged 2 y'* 7 months 19 days, 

church vault 
Andrew Eogers, aged 6 years 10 months 
Elizabeth Negus, aged 1 y' 8 months 
William Colwill, aged 63 y'^ 4 months 
John James Elliott, aged I y"" 5 months 
Sarah AVilson, aged 1 y"" 2 months 
Edward Eise Papps, aged 2 y^'* 2 months 
William Wilson, aged 69 years 
William Shaboe, aged 6 years 
Daniel Thompson, aged 44 years 
William Wheadon, aged 57 years 
Louisa Eogers, aged 3 months 

1812. 

John Shrimpton, aged [^blankl 

Ann Shaw, aged 79 years 

Thomas Clark, aged 49 years 

John Charles Parson, aged 7 months 19 days, ch. y^ vault 

ML^fBerwfcr'^' }tw-, aged 5 n,„nth. oh. f vault 

Eliza Saward, aged 28 years, ch. y'^ vault 

Margaret Shepherd, aged 59 years 

Walter Chrisfield, aged 60 years, ch. y*^ vault 

William Belcher, aged 58 years, ch. y'* vault 

Grace Eorrest, aged 11 years, ch. y** vault 

Frances Duck, aged 68 years, ch. y** vault 

John Mecoy, aged 60 years, ch. yd. vault 

Thomas Strangeways, aged 63 years, ch. yd. vault 

Ann Cutler, aged 75 years, ch. yd. vault 

Sophia Collerbone, aged 1 y'' 2 m^ 14 days, ch. yd. vault 

See Eegister Book for Burials agreeably to Act of Parliament. 



184 REGISTERS OP ST. BENE't, PATJL's WHARF. 

3aegis!ter 

of 

33unal£J 

in tin parish) of 

^t ^tmU f aurs; MJ)arf, 

m tf)t citt) of 

itoutioiu 



Burials in the Parish of S' Beuet, Pauls Wharf, in the City of London in 
the Year 1813. 

1813. 

Jan. 24 Susannah Edwards of Benet's Hil], aged 87 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
26 George Bogg of Great Knight Rider St., aged 58 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Chancel 
29 William Sharpe of Belmont Place, Vauxhall, aged 33 years ; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church vault 
31 Joseph Thompson of Benet's Hill, aged 10 years 9 months ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Mar. 4 Edward Spooner Townsend of the Heralds College, aged 8 months 
3 weeks ; by John Owen, Eector. Church vault 
4 Arthur Smith of Bread St. Hill, aged 9 months ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Vault under the vestry 
26 Thomas Caseldine of College of Doctors, aged 54 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
April 8 Elspet Hadden J'arquhar of Benet's Hill, aged 3 years 1 month ; by 
John Oweu, Eector. Vault under the vestry 
16 Jane Edwards of S* Peter's Hill, aged 78 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
May 2 William Shaboe of Benet's Hill, aged 35 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 
Church yard vault 
2 Margaret Polgreene of Upper Thames St., aged G6 years 3 by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Nov. 21 George Nash of Benet's Hill, aged 33 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
Dec. 10 Elizabeth Walter Alford of Benet's Hill, aged 4 months 2 days ; by 
John Owen, Eector. Church yard 
19 James Erany of Upper Thames St., aged 65 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 

1814. 

Jan. 16 Isabella Shafstow of Doctor's Commons, aged 57 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Vault under vestry 

23 Elizabeth Shaboe of Benet's Hill, aged 4 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 

24 Ann Skeffingtou of Hoxton, aged 42 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard 



BURIALS. 185 

1814 
Jan. 28 Elizabetli Maria Biglaud of tlie Heralds College, aged 1 year 1 montli ; 
by John Oweu, Eector. Vault belonging to M'" Bigland, church- 
yard 
Feb. 3 "William Moser o£ St. Peter's Hill, aged 11 months ; by John Oweu, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
4 Ann Phoebe Brocket of Helmet Court, Thames St., aged 22 years; 
by John Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
20 Mary Wright of Bartholomew's Hospital, aged 72 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Mar. 2 Mary Ann M°Coy of Addle Hill, aged 41 years; by John Owen, Eector. 
Church yard vault 

7 James George Stoddart of College of Doctors, age 4 years 3 months ; 

by John Owen, Eector. Church yaid vault 

8 John Crowson of Geoi*ge Court, Benet's Hill, aged 21 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector. Vault uuder the vestry 
April 17 Grace Hemmings of the Workhouse, Hoxton, aged 80 years; by John 
Oweu, Eector. Church yard vault 
25 Elizabeth Mayuard of Benet's Hill, aged 51 years; by W. Lucas, Min"". 
Vault under vestry 
May 8 Thomas Dollery of tipper Thames St., aged 37 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
8 Catherine Bouther of Upper Thames St., aged 10 months ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
31 Thomas Sowerbutt of Helmet Court, Thames St., aged 49 years ; by 
John Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Sept. 11 Martha Stone of Upper Thames St., aged 4 years 5 months ; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
11 John Stone of Upper Thames St., aged 5 months ; by Eichard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 
18 Eachel Coward of Upper Thames St., aged 47 years ; by Eichard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Vault under vestry 
20 Mary Ann Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 11 years ; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard 
Oct. 14 Charlotte Wheadon of Francis Street, Newiugton, aged 47 years ; by 

Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Nov. 11 Job Bull of Edward Street, Blackfriars Eoad, aged 48 years; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
25 Amelia Collorbou of St. Bennet's Hill, aged 20 months ; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Dec. 24 Isaac John Bristow of Great Queen St., Lincoln's Inn Eields, aged 
8 years ; by Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Vault under vestry 



1815. 

Jan. 1 Eliza Hawkins of Helmet Court, Thames St., aged 18 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Feb. 6 Jane Maria Alford of St. Bennet Hill, aged 4 years ; by J. P. Beau, 

Curate of St. Mary, Aldermaubury. Church yard 
Mar. 1 AVilliam Norcott of St. Beuuet's Hill, aged 24 years; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
6 Grace Elizabeth Townseud of the Heralds College, aged 9 months ; 

by John Owen, Eector. Vault under vestry 
26 Ann Susan Little of Benet's Hill, aged 3 months; by John Owen, 

Eector. Vault under vestry 
May 10 David Catherall of Helmet Court, aged 25 years; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 

TOL. IV. B B 



186 KEGISTERS OF ST. BENE't, PAUL'S WHABr. 

1815 

May 14 Daniel Sharp of Addle Hill, aged 31 years; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
June 18 "William Henry Bethell of Addle Hill, aged 39 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
22 Selina Garland of Copper "Wharf, Thames St., aged 2i years ; by John 

Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
July 16 Simon Edwards of Benet's Hill, aged 42 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
Sept. 17 Frances Johnson of Upper Thames St., aged 2| years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
26 Ann Teasdell of George Court, Benet's Hill, age 1^ years; by John 

Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Nov. 5 Sarah Fisher of Benet's Hill, aged 58 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
Dec. 10 Mary Collorbon of Benet's Hill, aged 1| years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
10 John Hawkes of Helmet Court, aged 44 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
16 The Eight Honourable Sir "William "Wynne, late Dean of the Arches, 

etc., of Doctor's Commons, aged 87 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Chancel 

1816. 

Jan. 28 Sarah Edwards of Peter's Hill, aged 11 weeks ; by John Owen, Sector. 

"7ault under vestry 
Feb. 18 Eleanor Nowell of George Court, Benet's Hill, aged 1 year ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard 
18 William Bassey of the Workhouse, aged 6 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
22 Lois Brown Boom of Benet's Hill, aged 10 years; by John Owen, 
Eector. Churcb yard 

28 Mary Jones of Benet's Hill, aged 43 years; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard 
Mar. 6 John Meal of Upper Thames St., aged 9 months ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
9 Edward Fitzwilliam s. of William Eadclyffe, Esq', Eouge Croix of the 
Heralds' Office, aged 5 years and 4 months ; by John Owen, Eector. 
Church yard 
10 Henry Dodd of Bartholomew Hospital, aged 31 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
21 Edmund Fox of George Court, Benet's Hill, aged 57 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
April 7 William Inwood of Upper Thames St., aged 36 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
May 5 Mary Cooper of Helmet Court, aged 3 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 
Church yard vault 
12 Hannah Smith of the Aim House, Peter's Hill, aged 77 years; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 

29 Letitia Ball of Upper Thames St., aged 1 year and 3 months ; by 

Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yai*d vault 
July 10 Jane Elizabeth AValter Alford of Benet's Hill, aged 13 months ; by 

John Owen, Eector. Church yard 
Oct. 24 Jeremiah Croosse of Pallace St., "Westminster, aged 64 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector. Church yard 
Nov. 6 Samuel Powlett Parson of Doctor's Commons, aged 4 months; by 

Bichard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 



feURlALg. 18? 

1816 
Dec. 19 John Ilsley of Helmet Court, aged 6 months ; by John Owen, Eector. 
Church yard vault 
19 Emma Nichols of Benet's Hill, aged 8 weeks ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
26 James Eenat Moser of Upper Thames St., aged 3 months; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard 

1817. 

Jan. 30 Charles Smith of Labour in Vain Court, aged 63 years ; by Eichard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Mar. 16 Thomas Warner of Upper Thames St., aged 44 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
28 Miss Ann Harding of St. Botolph, Aldgate, aged 69 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector. Vault under vestry 
April 3 Eichard Edmonds of Upper Thames St., aged 41 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Vault under vestry 
May 29 M""^ Mary Burnaby of Doctors Commons, aged 33 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Vault under vestry _ 
June 4 "William Fletcher of Helmet Court, aged 50 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
15 John Bartlett of St. Benuet's Hill, aged 52 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
23 Helen Farquhar of St. Bennett's Hill, aged 8 days; by Johu Owen, 

Eector. Vault under vestry 
July 20 William Coles of Greorge Court, Benuetts Hill, aged 1| years ; by 

John Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Sept. 10 Joseph Austin of Benet Hill, aged 55 years ; by Eichard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 

1818. 

Jan. 15 Ann Wheadon of St. Greorge, Southwark, aged 73 years ; by J. Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
Mar. 23 James Eule of Upper Thames St., aged 55 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
April 3 Ann Brockett of Helmet Court, aged 70 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
19 Mary Garrard of Greorge Court, aged 29 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
May 13 William Meadowes of Helmet Court, aged 3 months; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yai*d vault 
June Thomas Pearce Tregeare Parson of Doctor's Commons, aged 7 years ; 

by Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
7 Edward Shepherd of Knight Eider St., aged 4 years ; by Johu Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
14 Elizabeth Stevens of the Herald's Office, aged 78 years; by John 

Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
July 24 Ann Maria Miles of George Court, aged 3 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
Aug. 7 John Newhows of Upper Thames St., aged 63 years; by John Oweu, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
Sept. 3 Eobert Wilson of Helmet Court, aged 47 years ; by Eichard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 
12 Eichard Henry Cresswell, Esq'', LL.D. of Doctor's Commons, aged 

36 years ; by Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Vault under vestry 



188 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE^T, PAULAS WHARi*. 

1818 

Sept. 23 Thomas Skeffington of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, aged 57 years ; by- 
Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard 

(Tct. 16 William Long of Upper Thames St., aged I year ; by Eichard Edwards, 
Lecturer. Church yard vault 

Nov. 7 Miss Elizabeth Townsend of the Herald's Office, aged 8 months ; by 
John Owen, Rector. Vault under vestry 

8 Ann Edmonds of Upper Thames Street, aged 49 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Vault under vestry 
15 Robert Carter of Upper Thames St., aged 6 months ; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
Dec. 25 Eliza Turner of Helmet Court, aged 4 months ; by John Owen, Rector. 
Church yard vault 

1819. 

Jan. 3 "Walter Lynch of Upper Thames St., aged 11 months; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
10 John Billton of Upper Thames St., aged 31 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
22 Ann Surges of Bridewell Precinct, aged 20 years ; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
Feb. 2 Samuel Pearce Tregeare Parson of Doctor's Commons, aged 54 years ; 
by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
7 Robert Shaftoe of St. Brides, aged 57 years; by John Owen, Rector. 
Vault under vestry 
Mar. 26 James Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 9 months and 10 days ; by 

John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
April 2 Erancis Townsend, Esq'", of the Heralds College, aged 70 years ; by 
John Owen, Rector. Church yard 
25 Martha Johnson of Upper Thames St., aged 2 years and a half ; by 
John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
July 8 Martha Smith of Upper Thames St., aged 8 months ; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 

9 Jane Turner of Benet's Hill, aged 48 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
Oct. 1 Martha Blame of Benet's Hill, aged 47 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 
Church yard vault 
14 Sarah Birkwood of Crane Court, aged 44 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 
Church yard vault 
Nov. 14 Mary Ann Brookes of S' George the Martyr, Southwark, aged 6 years ; 

by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
Dec. 8 Mary Adams of St. Mary, Whitechapel, aged 75 years ; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
22 Sarah Sharpless of Benet's Hill, aged 72 years ; by John Owen, Rector 
24 Charles Perrot Fenton of Doctors Commons, aged 3 years and a half; 
by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 

1820. 

Jan. 2 Henry Thomas Bishop of Benet's Hill, aged 2 years 9 months ; by John 
Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 

30 Mary Kennington of Helmet Court, aged 42 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
Mar. 6 Arthur Alford of Benet's Hill, aged 1 year 3 months ; by Richard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard 

31 Mary Birkwood of the Herald's College, aged 72 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 



BtJRtAL^. 1^9 

1820 
April 16 Ann Bethell of Addle Hill, aged 8 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 
Churcli yard vault 
16 Pennylope Bennett of George Court, aged 65 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
23 John Scatchard Davis of Upper Thames St., aged 24 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yai'd vault 
May 7 Eliza Lockton of Benet's Hill, aged 2 years ; by Eichard Edwards, 
Lecturer. Church yard vault 

10 Jane Little of St. Andrew Wardrobe, aged 1 year and 4 months ; by 

John Owen, Eector, Church yard vault 
14 Sarah Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 5 months ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
June 25 Joseph Price of Helmet Court, aged 54 years; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
July 2 Thomas Cockhead of St. Saviour's, Southwark, aged 44 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
9 Benjamin Pursey of Upper Thames St., aged 38 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
Sept. 24 Sarah Col well of the Aim House, Peter's Hill, aged 24 years ; by 
Eichard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
26 Ann Carey of Benet's Hill, aged 62 years 5 by Eichard Edwards, 
Lecturer. Vault under vestry 
Oct. 5 Charlotte Wheadon of Guys Hospital, aged 17 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Vault in church yard 
18 Sarah Alford of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 85 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
Dec. 31 James Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 26 years; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 

1821. 

Feb. 4 John Springsiesen of Helmet Court, aged 84 years; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard 
22 Ann Maria Tovey of the Alms House, aged 73 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
Mar. 11 Peter Meadows of Helmet Court, aged 37 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector. Church yard vault 
14 Thomas Jaques of Helmet Court, aged 63 years ; by John Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
16 Jane Smith of Upper Thames St., aged 9 mouths; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
25 Thomas AVarue Luther of Helmet Court, aged 60 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
April 3 Ann Wreather of Little Distaff Lane, aged 70 years; by John Owen, 
Eector. A'^ault under vestry 
8 Daniel Morris Gray of Helmet Court, aged 1 year 3 months ; by John 
Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 

11 Mary Colwell of the Alms House, Peters Hill, aged 75 years ; by Johu 

Owen, Eector. Churcli yard vault 
29 Elizabeth Eowler of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 80 years ; by 

J. Owen, Eector. Church yard vault 
June 11 Eichard Tilley of Helmet Court, aged 76 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector. Church yard vault 
July 15 John Clark of Helmet Court, aged 29 years ; by Johu Owen, Eector. 

Church yard vault 
Aug. 1 Grace Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 27 years; by T. B. Sanders, 

M.A., Off. Minister. Church yard vault 



190 REGISTERS Of ST. SENE't, PAULAS WHARt". 

1821 

Aug. 2 Sarah Castledine of Doctor's Commons, aged 63 years; by T. B. Sanders, 

M.A., Off. Minister. Church yard vault 
19 James Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 7 weeks ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Sept. 9 Robert Smith of Upper Thames St., aged 80 years ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Oct. 21 Phillis Odgers of Black Friars, aged 77 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
Nov. 4 Richard Wheeler of George Court, aged 4 years and a half ; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
Dec. 16 Anne Eixen of George Court, aged 59 years; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
24 Tamer Blackman of Helmet Court, aged 11 months; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 

1822. 

Jan. 4 William Henry Read of St. Benet's Hill, aged 29 years; by John 
Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
13 Samuel Fixen of Bartholomew's Hospital, aged 58 years ; by John 
Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 

23 Susannah Frances Ralph of St. Benet's Hill, aged 33 years; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 

27 Elizabeth Goodwin of Thomas St., Lambeth, aged 70 years ; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
Feb. 2 Mary Ann Edmonds of St. Martin in the Fields, aged 19 years ; by 

John Owen, Rector. Vault under vestry 
6 Joseph Ladd of George Court, aged 41 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
Mar. 3 William Wakefield of Upper Thames St., aged 36 years; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
31 Alexander Thomas Nowell of George Court, aged 11 weeks ; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard 
April 10 Ann Sarah Wills of Helmet Court, aged 3 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 

10 Joseph Thompson of S' Benet's Hill, aged 30 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Vault under vestry 
21 Ann Nowell of George Court, aged 3 years and a half; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard 

24 William Davis of St. Benet's Hill, aged 36 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
May 12 William Shaftoe Little of S* Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 14 months 

and 2 weeks ; by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
19 John Tanatt of George Court, aged 5 years and 5 months ; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
June 2 John Jones of Helmet Court, aged 44 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
30 Elizabeth Howell of Helmet Court, aged 3 months ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
Aug. 4 James Gray of Helmet Court, aged 11 months ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 

11 Grace Tallond of Addle Hill, aged 100 years ; by Rev<^ C. J. Blenkarne 

Off. Minister. Church yard vault 
18 George Stanton of Black Friars, aged 52 years ; by Ch^ J** Blenkarne, 
Off. Minister. Church yard vault 

28 John Crissfield of St. George, Bloomsbury, aged 48 years ; by Ch* Ja* 

Blenkarne, Off. Minister. Church yard vault 



BURIALS. 191 

1822 
Oct. 8 Mary Newhouse of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged G2 years; by 

John Owen, Sector. Church yard vault 
Nov. 17 "William lies of Upper Thames St., aged 35 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 

1823. 

Jan. 5 Elizabeth Banson of Benet's Hill, aged Go years; by John Owen, 
Rector. Church yard vault 
5 John "Wheatly of Helmet Court, aged 85 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 
Church yard vault 

23 Lucy Wheadon of St. Pancras, aged 60 years ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Eeb. 2 Mary Ann Smith of TJpper Thames St., aged 1 year and a half; by 

Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Vault under vestry 
Mar. 11 Sarah Smith of Helmet Court, aged 73 years ; by J. Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 

24 John Wheadon of Amelia St., Walworth, aged 7 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
April 13 John Charles Long of St. Ann's, Blackfriars, aged 7 years and 

7 months ; by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
13 Elizabeth Jaques of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 70 years ; 

by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
20 Michael Hamilton of Doctor's Commons, aged 55 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
May 4 Eliza Ann Ellicott of ITpper Thames St., aged 1 year and 2 months ; 

by John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
June 15 Daniel Morris Gray of Upper Thames St., aged 30 years; by John 

Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
Aug. 20 Eliza Margaret No well of George Court, aged 6 months ; by Ja* Blen- 

karne, A.M., Off. Minister. Church yard 
26 Sarah Hei'bert of George Court, aged 2 years ; by Rev'^ C. J. Blenkarne, 

A.M., Off. Minister. Church yard vault 
Dec. 10 George Hallam of Upper Thames St., aged 7 weeks ; by John Owen, 

Rector. Church yard vault 

1824. 

Jan. 4 Sarah Hammer of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 65 years ; by 

John Owen, Rector. Church yard vault 
11 John Harlow of George Court, aged 69 years ; by John Owen, Rector. 

Church yard vault 
Eeb. 8 Phillip Lewes of Bartholomew's Hospital, aged 70 years ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
April 23 George Smith of Upper Thames St., aged 2 years ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 
30 Elizabeth Proudman of S' Botolph, Aldgate, aged 74 years ; by Rev*^ 

Andrew Hatt, A.M., Curate of Aldgate, Off. Min^ Vault under 

vestry 
June 20 Martha Rule of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 70 years ; by 

Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Aug. IS Elizabeth Marshall of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 69 years ; 

by T. Butter Sanders, M.A. Church yard vault 
Sept. 19 Eleanor Kibble of Doctor's Commons, aged 4 weeks ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Nov. 14 Mary Smith of St. Andrew Wardrobe, Black Eriars, aged 45 years ; by 

Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Vault under vestry 



192 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1824 
Dec. 23 James Treader of Upper Thames St., aged 1 year and 1 mouth; by 
Henry Du Cane, Eector. Vault uuder vestry 

1825. 

Jan. 9 Thomas Collingwood of Helmet Court, aged 49 years; by Henry 
Du Cane, Rector. Church yard vault 
24 Eichard Wheadon of Kent Road, Camberwell, aged 89 years ; by 

Henry Du Cane, Rector. Church yard 
30 Mary Ann Jegon of Upper Thames St., aged 31 years ; by Henry 
i)u Cane, Rector. Vault under vestry 
Peb. 10 Isabela Rutherford of Walworth, aged 75 years ; by Henry Du Cane, 
Rector. Church yard 

10 Samuel White of George Court, aged 6 weeks ; by Henry Du Cane, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
13 Elizabeth Nichols of Upper Thames St., aged 68 years; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
April 17 Hannah Smith of Helmet Court, aged 49 years ; by Edw"^ Rice. 

Church yard vault 
May 11 Eleanor Barwick of Little Britain, aged 41 years; by E. C. Tyson, 

Off. Min''. Church yard vault 
June 5 William Hitchou of St. Benet's Hill, aged 60 years ; by A. C. J. Wallace. 

Church yard vault 
Aug. 7 George Coward of Upper Thames St., aged 24 years ; by H. Du Cane, 

Rector. Church yard vault 

11 Erederic Brittain of Upper Thames Street, aged 4 months ; by H. Du 

Cane, Rector. Church yard vault 
Sept. 15 Martha Burden of George Court, aged 6 months ; by H. Du Cane, 

Rector. Church yard vault 
Oct. 16 Richard Mackey of Upper Thames St., aged 43 years; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard 

28 Ann CrisBeld of Tavistock Mevk;s, Bloomsbury, aged 23 years; by 

H. Du Cane, Rector. Church yard vault 
Nov. 20 Edward Halfhide of Upper Thames St., aged 3 months ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
24 Clara Nowell of George Court, aged 2 months ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard 
Dec. 4 Jane Thomas of George Court, aged 29 years ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 

29 William Sheppard of Bartholomew Hospital, aged 24 years ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 

1826. 

Jan. 19 Mary Mathews of the Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 68 years; by 

Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Feb. 5 Thomas M'^Mahon of St. Benet's Hill, aged 1 month ; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
19 Martha Turner of Doctor's Commons, aged 63 years; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
Mar. 7 George Cherry of Bartholomew Hospital, by Coroner's Warrant, 

aged 22 years; by Richard Edwards, Lecturer. Church yard vault 
13 Thomas Ball of Helmet Court, aged 65 years ; by Richard Edwards, 

Lecturer. Church yard vault 
April 12 Martha Bolt of Helmet Court, aged 67 years; by J. P. Bean. Church 

yard vault 



BURIALS. 193 

1826 
April 27 Isabella Susannah Little of Great Carter Lane, aged 1 year 6 months 

by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate. Church yard vault 
May 23 Elizabeth Susannah Burder of George Court, aged 8 years; bv AV. J 

Hall, M.A., Curate. Church yard vault 
June 26 Charles William Henry King of Peter's Hill, aged 2 years 1 month 

by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate. Church yard vault 
30 Hannah Bankes of Balham Hill, Claphanij aged 32 years; by AV. J 

Hall, M.A., Curate. Church A^ault 
July 2 John George Bott of Helmet Court, aged 1 vear and 4 months ; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate. Church yard vault 

26 Susannah Howell of Helmet Court, aged 3 years ; by "W. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate. Church yard vault 
Aug. 7 Martha Presnev of Banner Street, S' Lukes, aged 47 years ; by "W. J 

Hall, M. A., Curate 
13 Amelia Hilliard of Upper Thames St., aged 6 weeks ; by "W. J. Hall 

M.A., Curate 
13 Eobert M'^Caskie of George Court, aged 1 vear 6 months ; by W. J 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
13 Ann Sarah Shelton of Helmet Court, aged 1 year 3 months ; by W. J 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
13 Jane Hall of Helmet Court, aged 11 months; by W. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate 

24 Mary Cole of George Court, aged 67 years; by ^Y. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate 

27 George Edwards of Helmet Court, aged 1 year ; by "W. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate 
Sept. 24 James Henry Bickly of George Court, aged 5 years aud 8 months ; by 

^y. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
Oct. 22 Susannah Eogers of Upper Thames St., aged 57 years ; by "W. J. Hall 

M.A., Curate 

1827. 

Feb. 4 James Smith of S' Andrew Wardrobe, aged 53 years ; by W. J. Hall 
M.A., Curate 

25 Ann Westaway of Knight Eider St., aged 55 years ; by AT. J. Hall 

M.A., Curate 

28 Edward Samuel Cross of George Court, Bennett's Hill, aged 48 years 

by H. J. Knapp, M.A., Vicar of Barling, Essex 
Mar. 11 Susannah Stepney of Heralds College, aged 67 years ; by W. J 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
June 6 Mary Moser of Upper Thames St , aged 19 years; by Eichard Edwards 

Lecturer 
10 William Bethell of Addle Hill, aged 25 years ; by AV. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate 
Aug. 5 John Long of Addle Hill, aged 7 months ; by Henry Thomson, M.A. 

Officiating Minister 
12 Elizabeth Houlden of George Court, aged 48 years; by AY. J. Hall 

M.A., Curate 
30 Edward Brown of George Court, aged 1 month ; by AV. J. Hall, M.x\. 

Curate 
Sept. 17 Benjamin Smith of Upper Thames St., aged 29 years ; by W. L 

Gibbon, B.A., Officiating Minister 
Dec. 19 Emma Grant of George Court, aged 1 month ; by W. J. Hall, M.A. 

Curate 

1828. 
Jan. 4 William Haswell, by Coroner's Warrant, aged about 24 years; by 

AV. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

TOL. lY, C Q 



194 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1828 
Jan. 20 Ann Jegon of Thames St., aged 84 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Mar. 6 Daniel Davis of Upper Thames St., aged 5 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
April 12 William Moore of Great Knight Eider St., aged 66 years ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
25 William Stephen Little of Benet Hill, aged 1 year and 3 months; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
May 4 Mary Kay of Upper Thames St., aged 4 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
18 James Maguire of Upper Thames St., aged 40 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
18 John Tilbury Williams of Upper Thames St., aged 82 years; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
July 11 Richard Powell of Great Knight Eider St., aged 9 months; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
Aug. 10 George Frederick Blake of Upper Thames St., aged 2 months ; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
24 Eebecca Birkwood oi Crane Court, aged 78 years; by W. L. Gibbon, 

M.A., Officiating Min'' 
Oct. 4 Eobert Moser of Upper Thames St., aged 13 years ; by Eichard 

Edwards, Lecturer 
Dec. 28 Margaret Davis of Upper Thames St., aged 75 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

1829. 

Peb. 5 John Bent Jennings of Dean St., S* Olave, Southwark, aged 21 years ; 
by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

22 A man found drowned, name unknown, in appearance and dress a 

sailor, aged about 36 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
Mar. 3 Ann Man of George Court, aged 3 months; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
8 Eliza Halfhide of Upper Thames St., aged 18 years ; by Eichard 
Edwards, Lecturer 

12 Joannah Clark of Upper Thames St., aged 79 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

13 James Veryan of Upper Thames St., aged 4 months; by J. ISevier, 

M.A., Off. Min' 
15 Owen Jones of Benet Hill, aged 54 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
April 5 James Eeavey of Upper Thames St., aged 5 years ; by Stephen 

Isaacson, Officiating Minister 
12 John Crook of St. Bonnet's Hill, aged 1 month ; by Stephen Isaacson, 

Officiating Minister 
12 William Phillips of S* Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 1 year; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

23 William Hawkins of Upper Thames St., aged 1 year and 1 month ; by 

T. B. Sanders, M.A., Lecturer of S' Aug. and Eaith 
May 10 William Cotton of George Court, aged 4 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
June 21 Harriett Beckley of George Court, aged 1 year and 6 months ; by 

W. J. Hall, M. A., Curate 
July 5 Timothy Wood Bullard of Benet's Hill, aged 28 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
22 Eliza Homewood of Helmet Court, aged 2 years and 6 months ; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A,, Curate ^ J > J 



BURIAliS. 195 

1829 
Aug. 23 Elizabeth Welch of Addle Hill, aged 3^ years ; by Stephen Isaacson, 

Off. Min^ 
Sept. 10 Charles Bankes* of Upper Thames St., aged 40 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

20 Elizabeth Jane Beckley of George Court, aged 6 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Oct. 18 John Alexander Oakley of George Court, aged 3 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Nov. 26 Edward Cotton of George Court, aged 3 years ; by "W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Dec. 9 Elizabeth Cattern of Benet Hill, aged 3 years; by TV. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

13 Stephen Hawkins of George Court, aged 3 years ; by W. J. Hall, M. A., 

Curate 

23 "William Hickman of Helmet Court, aged 54 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
3 [sic] Mary Brimble of Helmet Court, aged 59 years ; by R. Edwards, 
Lecturer 

1830. 

Jan. 16 Charles Oliver of Benet's Hill, aged 2 years and 6 months ; by W. J. 
Hall, M.A., Curate 
17 Elizabeth Keller of Alms House, aged 81 years; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

24 Sarah Elizabeth Morgan of St. Lukes, aged 19 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Peb. 14 John Henry Badham of Upper Thames St., aged 6 weeks ; by W. J. 
Hall, M.A., Curate 

14 Isabella Nowell of George Court, aged 10 weeks ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

21 Frances Elizabeth Hallam of Upper Thames St., aged 5 years; by 

J. T. Bennett, M.A., Off. Min"^ 
21 Sarah Phillips of Helmet Court, aged 2 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 
Officiating Min"- 

28 Caroline Milms of Benet's Hill, aged 1 year ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Mar. 14 Agnes Forrester of Doctors Commons, aged 63 years; by T. J. Bennett, 

M.A., Off. Min"- 
May 23 Mary Ayers of Helmet Court, aged 2i years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

29 Mary Gale of Beuet Hill, aged 65 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

30 Thomas Henry Hawks of' Helmet Court, aged 5 years ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
June 18 Eleanor Dodds of S' Leonard, Shoreditch, aged 21 years ; by J. Sevier, 

M.A., Off. Min' 
July 15 Elleu Brittain of Thames St., aged 1 year; by H. J. Knapp, M.A., 

Off. Min-^ 

25 Maria Shepherd of Doctor's Commons, aged 21 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
29 Elizabeth Wallis of Benet Hill, aged 22 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Aug. 25 John James Gow of Upper Thames St., aged 3 weeks; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Sept. 1 Elizabeth Sarah Phillips of Addle Hill, aged 1 year ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

* Altered from " Banks."— Ed. 



196 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't, PAUl's WHARr. 

1830 
Sept. 4 Catherine Eobinson of Wimpole Street, aged 54 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
26 Rebecca Clark of Shoe Maker Row, aged 24 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
Oct. 10 Sarah Jegon of S* Matthew, Brixtoo, aged 37 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

19 Charles Banks of Blackheath, aged 12 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Nov. 7 Samuel Shepherd of Doctor's Commons, aged 55 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
14 William Henry Beckley of George Court, aged 9 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
Dec. 27 Ann Hall of Alms Houses, Peter's Hill, aged 76 years ; by J. T. 

Bennett, M.A., Off. Min-- 

1881. 

Jan. 23 Thomas Wheadon of 9 Neale St., Coburg Fields, Kent Road, aged 

11 months ; by "W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
30 Priscilla Mosely of Heralds College, aged 77 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Feb. 13 Jane King of Helmet Court, aged 2 years 6 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

20 Mary Blake of the Maze, S' Olave, South wark, aged 40 years ; by "W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
Mar. 9 Caroline Haggard of Doctor's Commons, aged 9 years and 9 months ; 

by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
17 Jane Ramsay of Camberwell Green, aged 62 years; by Richard 

Edwards, Lecturer 
May 23 Charles Jucks of Helmet Court, aged 39 years; by J. T. Bennett, 

M.A., Off. Miu'- 
Aug. 19 William Chamberlain of Sermon Lane, aged 1 year 10 months ; by 

T. Harrison, Off. Min"" 

26 Caroline Hogwood of Benet Hill, aged 11^ years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Sept. 3 A man, name unknown, found drowned; by J. T. Bennett, Off. 

Min'' 
30 Susanna Salmon of Doctor's Commons, aged 64 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate s J > J 

Oct. 22 John Henry Denyer of Helmet Court, aged 4 days; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
23 Joseph Massam of Upper Thames Street, aged 46 years ; by W. J, 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
Dec. 11 George Harrogan of Helmet Court, aged 87 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

1832. 

Jan. 29* George Long of Upper Thames St., aged 3i months; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Feb. 19 James Beckley of George Court, aged 36 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

27 Hannah Eleanor Evans of Upper Thames St., aged 3 months ; by 

J. Sevier, M.A., Off. Min-' 
Mar. 8 Ann Williams of Alms Houses, aged 76 years ; by W. J. Hall, M. A., 
Curate 

* Altered from " 28th."— Ed. 



UtJRtALS. 197 

1832 

April 12 Elizabeth Belcher of Kennington St., aged 71 years ; by "W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
26 Jane Tanatt of Alms Houses, aged 84 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
June 14 Mary Ball of Clements Danes, aged 74 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
17 Catherine Welch of Addle Hill, aged 3 years and 9 months; by 
Eichard Edwards, Lecturer 
July 12 Joseph Duke of Great Knight Kider St., aged 14 vears; by J. T. 
Bennett, M.A., 0&. Min' 
12 Susannah Turner of Helmet Court, aged 38 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 

M.A., Off. Min^ 
17 Susannah Bartlett of Alms House, aged 64 years ; by J. Sevier, M.A., 
Off. Min-- 

17 Edward Phillips of St. Andrews Hill, aged 23 years ; by J. Sevier, 

M.A., Off. Min^ 

18 John Eobert "Willard of Benet Hill, aged 52 years ; by J. Sevier, M.A., 

Off. Minf 

21 Susannah Hall of Finsbury Crescent, aged 50 years : by J. Sevier, M.A., 

Off. Minf 

22 Hannah Cross of Alms House, aged 63 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Aug. 17 Sarah Eleanor Johnson of S' Mildred's Court, Bread St., aged 18 years; 

by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
Sept. 9 John Piatt of Upper Thames St., aged 49 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Oct. 21 Diana Crisfield of Alms House, aged 82 years ; by J. Sevier 
Dec. 16 Erancis Cattern of Benets Hill, aged 37 years ; by Eichard Edwards, 

Lecturer 



1833. 

Jan. 9 Emma Mary Butler of Doctor's Commons, aged 11 years; by J. T. 

Bennett, M.A., Off. Min' 
15 Ambrose Maclaren of Tavistock Sq'", aged 33 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
27 Mary Hunt of Alms House, aged 67 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M. A., 

Off. Min' 
Feb. 14 Harriot Bolt of Trig Wharf, aged 66 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Mar. 14 Susanna Hood of Benet's Hill, aged 38 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 

Off. Miu' 
April 5 Charlotte Lowe of Helmet Court, aged 1 year and 5 months ; by Henry 

Du Cane, Eector 

27 Sir Christopher Eobinsou of 66 Wimpole St., S* Mary le Bone, aged 

66 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

28 Exscupeares Tournor of Upper Thames St., aged 37 years ; by J. Sevier, 

M.A., Off. Min^ 
May 3 Thomas Wheadon of Coburg Fields, Kent Eoad, aged 15 months ; by 

J. T. Bennett, M.A., Off. Min"" 
12 Eliza Brittain of Helmet Court, aged 6^ years ; by W. J. Hall M.A., 

Curate 
12 Mary Gardner of Blackfriars, aged 48 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
17 James Eock (Eouge Dragon Pursuivant) of Herald's College, aged 

47 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 



198 UlEGtSTfiRS Or St. BENE*T, PAUL*S WHARF. 

1833 
July 1 Thomas Eamsay of Heme Hill, Camberwell, aged 70 years ; by VV. J. 
Hall, M.A., Curate 
9 Solomon Brittain of Helmet Court, aged 38 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 

M.A., Off. Min^ 
28 Jane Skeffington of Haggerston, aged 68 years; by "W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
Auf. 13 Elizabeth Phillips of Addle Hill, aged 62 years; by J. T, Bennett, 
M.A., Off. Min'f 
14 Charles Morgan of Helmet Court, aged 50 years; by J. T. Bennett, 
M.A., Off. Min"^ 

18 Ann Quilton of Stepney, aged 72 years ; by J, Sevier, M.A. 

19 Margaret Cross of Alms House, aged 84 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 

Off. Min-- 
27 Greorge Brimble of Helmet Court, aged 64 years; by J. T. Bennett, 
M.A., Off. Min^ 

Sept. 3 Lucy Tournor of Upper Thames St., aged 36 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
12 James Farquhar of Duke St., "Westminster, aged 69 years ; by W. J. 
Hall, M.A., Curate. [The Eector permitted a Ledger Stone to be 
placed over M"" Parquhar with the understanding that it might be 
removed for any other body when required, according to a paper 
signed by the family, and placed in the hands of the Vestry Clerk.*] 

Nov. 4 Maria Ross of Parringdou St., aged 66 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 
Curate 

1834. 

Jan. 12 John Hall of Upper Thames St., aged 18 months; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
19 Mary Osborne of Doctor's Commons, aged 79 years ; by "W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 
Mar. 19 Jacob Eeece of S* Andrew by the Wardrobe, aged 55 years; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
April 13 Sarah Shrimpton of Helmet Court, aged 68 years ; by W. Trollope, 

M.A., Off. Min'- 
May 11 "William Westaway of Great Knight Rider St., aged 62 years ; by 
"W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
23 Joseph Burnet of Benet's Hill, aged 69 years; by H. J. Alt, M.A., 

Off. Min-- 
30 Jane Shaftoe of Doctor's Commons, aged 86 years ; by "W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
30 Edward James Beckley of George Court, aged 18 mouths ; by W. J. 
Hall, M.A., Curate 
June 3 John Thomas Hawkes of Helmet Court, aged 32 years; by "W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
July 29 "William Davey of Heralds College, aged 5 weeks ; by J. C. Haden, 

M.A., Off-Min"^ 
Aug. 5 Louisa Evaus of Helmet Court, aged 30 years; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 
Off. Min-- 
6 Mary Reiley of Heralds College, aged 58 years j by J. Lupton, M.A., 

Off. Min' 
14 William Taylor of Helmet Court, aged 30 years ; by J, C. Haden, 

A.M., Off. Min' 
19 Elizabeth Martin of Benet's Hill, aged 58 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 
M.A., Off. Min-- 

* This is written at the foot of the page iu the Register, and immediately follows the entry 
of the burial of James Farquhar. — Ed. 



BURIALS. 199 

1834 
Oct. 3 Mary Ann Skeffington of Clifton St., Finsbury, aged 32 years; by 
W.J. Hall, M. A., Curate 
9 Charlotte Baylie of Boss Court, aged 28 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
26 Edward Phillips of Benet's Hill, aged 1 year; by E. H. Barhum, 
Eector of S*^ Mary Magdalene 
Nov. 16 Elizabeth Canham of Benet's Hill, aged 70 years ; by TV. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

30 Edward Brown of George Court, aged 34 years; by J. Sevier, M.A., 

Off. Min'- 
Dee. 25 James Howell of Upper Thames St., aged 5 months ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

1835. 

Mar. 8 Margaret Ann Young of Heralds College, aged 18 months- by 
W. J. Hall, M.A., Eector 

19 John Hall of 2 Brunswick Terrace, Hackney Eoad, aged 72 years ; by 

E. Birch, M.A., Off. Min^ Buried in the inner Vault under the 
Vestry 
April 8 John Chorley of S' Nicholas Cole Abbey, aged 29 years ; by W J 

Hall, M.A., Eector 
May 24 Thomas Osborne of Doctors Commons, aged 75 years; by W. J, Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
June 6 William Benjamin Salmon of George Court, aged 8 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Eector 
July 5 Eleanor Eyal of Alms Houses, aged 76 years ; by Eichard Edwards, 
Lecturer 
22 Benjamin Tanatt of George Court, aged 21 years ; by E. Shutte, Vicar 

of Sandon, Herts 
28 Elizabeth Jane Hawkes of Helmet Court, aged ] year; by J. C. Haden, 
M.A., Curate of Cripplegate Without 
Nov. 12 James Brittain of Bread Street Hill, aged 4 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Eector 
22 Harriet Eeader of Upper Thames St., aged 44 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
22 A Poor Woman found drowned, name unknown, about 20 years ; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Eector 
22 Mary Ann Hay of Addle Hill, aged 21 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 
Dec. 6 Louisa Norton of Upper Thames St., aged 48 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Eector 
16 Ann Mowbray of S' Benet's Hill, aged 68 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 

31 Eobert Nathaniel Bogg of West Hackney, aged 89 years ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Eector 

1836. 

Jan. 7 Sarah Peartree of Helmet Court, aged 48 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 
10 Ann Broad of Addle Hill, aged 76 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Eector 

20 Daniel Crisfield of Aldgate, aged 46 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
24 William Bolton of Helmet Court, aged 72 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 



200 REGISTERS Of ST. BtNE'T, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1836 
Feb. 7 Edward Warner of Helmet Court, aged 3 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Eector 
12 Richard Phillips of Addle Hill, aged 61 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 
April 25 Jane Hammond Bartlett of Benet Hill, aged 4^ years ; by VV. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
May 7 A AVoman, name unknown, found drowned, abode unknown, age not 
known ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Eector 

21 Samuel Maynard of Nelson Sq', Surrey, aged 78 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
June 16 Elizabeth Alford of Benet's Hill, aged 37 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
20 William Bone of St. Benet Parish, aged 17 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
July 17 Mary Ann Davy of Herald's Office, aged 7 weeks ; by J. V. Povah, 

M.A., S* Paul's Cathedral 
Sept. 6 Alfred Senior Peck of Benet's Hill, aged 1 month ; by J. C. Haden, 

M.A., S* Paul's Cathedral 
11 Mary Mussett of Knight Eider Street, aged 36 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 

M.A., St Paul's Cathedral 

22 Elizabeth Hood of Benet's Hill, aged 80 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
Nov. 2 John Phillips of Benet's Hill, aged 30 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 

1837. 

Jan. 7 Joseph Coward of Upper Thames St., aged 63 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
15 Mary Clayton of Herald's College, aged 91 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Feb. 2 John Canham of Benet's Hill, aged 60 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 

1836 Dec. 24 Martha Smith of Bell Court, aged 86 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 

1837 Feb. 5 John Eogers of George Court, aged 58 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
May 21 Eleanor Nowell of George Court, aged 47 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 

M.A., OfE. Min' 
June 2 Ann Hall of 2 Brunswick Terrace, Hackney Eoad, aged 67 years ; by 

J. C. Haden, M.A., Minor Canon of S' Paul's Cathedral. Buried 

i'l the Inner Vault under the Vestry 
15 Thomas Quarrill of Peter's Hill, aged 54 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 

[All births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales on and after 1st July 
1837 ought (pursuant to 6 and 7 William IV., c. 86, amended by 1 Vict., c. 22) 
to be found at Somerset House in indexed volumes. — Ed.] 



Ci)e iS^est^tevie; 



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^t. \mt\\ ^aurs aeijait 



^t. Jeter's;* 

BOOK A. 

BURIALLES. 



Bee-one the ffift dale o£ Aprill Anno D'ni 1607 Annoq, regni Eegis Jacobi &c. 
quinto! John Kinde, Parson, Mathewe Gwyn and David Griffithe, Churchwardens. 

1607. 

April 8 Thomas s. of John Eamsey, in coffine 

17 Mary Andres and William Lewis, bothe in one grave. Mary Andres 
was coffined and was brought out of M^ Erberyes house, the 
preacher 
30 Elizabeth Neall, in the churchyard, uncofifined , , , , 

May 19 A child of M'^ Erberys the Preacher, stillborn, m the churchyard upon 
Elizabeth Nealle i r v At 

June 11 Annes dau. of John Eamssey, joiner, in a coffine at the further end ot 
the churchyard , ,. , j e 4.u 

19 Thomas Bowles, S'vant to M'" Windite, at the further end ot the 
churchyard, uncoffined , i. i r. u 

23 Gorge Voxe, S'vant to M^ Windite, at the further end of the church, 
yard, uncoffined , i t. j 

July 2 Eobert Pawmer, S'vant to M-* Windite, by the bord in the churchyard 
3 Alles wife of John Windite, Printer, in the second alley m the church 

under the first and second pews 
12 Joane dau. of Michaell Hill, in the churchyard, uncoffined 

14 Eobert Lawsonby and Phillipe Heynes, in the churchyard and 

uncoffined ro j 

15 Elizabeth dau. of Eichard Marshall, in the churchyard, uncoffined 

23 Fraunces Heebe, S'vant to Thomas Clark, dier ; buried at Clarkenwell 
[no date] A child of James Baldinge, tayler, stillborn, in the churchyard at the 

further end, uncoffined 
Sept 17 William Parsons, sadler, in a coffine in the mydell of the churchyard 
' 23 Elizabeth Watkines, W., in a coffine at the furder end of the church- 
yard 
Oct. 9 Jonne Parsonnes w. of William Parsones, dissesed, m a coffine by her 
husband in the churchyard 
TQL. IV. P » 



202 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL S WHARF. 

1607 
Oct, 28 William Parsons s. of William Parsones, disseaBed, in hie mother's grave 
in the churchyard 
23 Eobert s. of Eobert Charnock, grocer, in the church by the two pewes 
as you goe into the cloyster 
Nov. 23 Daniell Prat, S'vante to John Wittcome, tayller, in a cofBne in the 

churchyard 
Dec. 25 Davye Furland, S'vant to M^ Hore, fruterer, in the churchyard at the 

farther end in a coffine 
Jan. 4 Humphry Batt, S'vant to M'' Samsson, Imbroderer, in the churchyard 
at the further end, uncoflBned 
31 M' John Snowe, gent., in the quire one the right side ; out of M" 
Britten's house 

1608. 

April 18 Eavee dau. of Davie Griffin, in the churchyard, a chryssorge child, 

coffin 

July 13 Urssula w. of Thomas Ellis, in the churchyard, coffined 

Sept. 9 Nycolas Weast, in the church in the furder alley 

Dec. 23 Arnoll Jonson, in the church in the furder alley 

Jan. 30 M"" John Price, gent., in the chancel 

Feb. 18 M''^ Holthe, W., in the church by hear pewe door 

1609. 

Mar. 15 Eichard Williams, fealtmaker, in the churchyard, coffined 

May 11 Kichard Spyney, cordwainer, in the church as y^ goe to the cloystrey 

door 
July 21 Thomas Clarke, dier, in the church under his pewe 
Aug. 30 Nathaniell s. of John Squier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Sept. 12 Susan dau. of M'" Arthure Lowe, in the chauncel under the pewes, 

coffined 
Nov. 13 Eichard Smithe dwellinge upon S* Peter's Hill, Starch maker, in the 
chauncel under the pewes 
30 John Potter, searvaunt to William Whitt, dier, in the churchyard, 

uncoffined 
30 Thomas Eavants, carpenter, in the churchyard 
Jan. 9 Eichard Lovell, searvaunt to M'' Whitt, in the churchyard, coffined 
Feb. 7 John Eobarts, searvaunt to M"" Whitt, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 

1610. 

Mar. 25 Mary Osburne, searvant to M"" Lowe, in the churchyard, coffined 
April 5 Catherin w. of Eichard Jones, porter, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
12 Ellen w, of William Parry, in the church, coffined 
9 M' John Upton was buried withe the consent of the parson, payeing all 
dutyes at S' Petrees p'rish. He was buried at xij a clock at night, 
at St. Mary Maudelens 

Thomas David, clarke, A" Domini 1610 

M"^ JoHK KiNDE, parson 

M"^ Thomas Bendishe, curatt 

Eoger Jones 1 churchwardens 
Mathewe Gwme j 
Thomas David, Clarke 

April 17 John s. of John Wateres, w^oodmonger, in the churchyard, coffined, a 
phrisome child 



1610 
April 25 Charles Upton latt s. of John Upton 

30 Audery Wittaker, searvaunt to M»' Windell, printer, in y^ churchyard, 

coffined 
May 1 G-race Kinge, searvant to M"" Terry, was kylled w*^"^ a knife 
June 4 Eobart Yeavers, searvaunt to M"^ Yeavans, taylor, in the churchyard, 

coffined 
July 3 Mary dau. of M"" Thomas Bendishe, curatt, in the churchyard, coffined 
Aug. 16 Susan wiffe to Eichard Smithe disseased at xij a clock at night and hear 

ffunerall upon Friday folowinge, byinge the xvij daye ; in the 

chaunsell under the three pewes in one grave withe hear husband. 

Da tua dum tua est post mortem tunc tua non est 

22 John Furnees, searvaunt to Kobert Charnock, grocer, in the church- 

yard, coffined 

Da. DEO GLOEIA, AmEN 

24 James s. of M"^ Rigge, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Sept. 16 William s. of Edward Squier, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 

25 Miers w. of Eobart Brickell, dier, in the church, coffined 

Oct. 7 John Calcott, searvaunt to Cuthbert Byllinge, dier, in the churchyard, 
uncoffiued 
14 Thomas Oosley, John Covper, and Katherin Gatte ; all in one grave, all 
seavaunts to M'' Byllinge, and all uncoffined 

18 William Hartwell, searvaunt to John Squier, brewer, in the churchyard 

19 M'' Cutbert Byllinge, dier, in the church at his mother pewe door 

23 Thomas Huntley, searvaunt to M'' Cutbert, Disseased, in the churchyard, 

uncoffined 
28 Eichard s. of M' Wethings, Upboulster, upon his uncle grave 
Nov. 7 Eobert Brickell, dier, in the church under his pewe, coffined 

16 M'^ Fraunces Byllinge late w. of Cutbert Byllinge, disseased, by hear 
husband grave 

26 Harry Nicolls, searvaunt to M'* Terry, dier, in the church, coffined 
Jan. 12 Sara dau. to Goodman Mose, carpenter, in the churchyard, coffined 
Feb. 1 Hughe s. of Hughe Owen, diseased, in y^ church 

A** 1613 Jacobus Eex, 11. 

M"" John Kind, parson 

Dauye Griffithe 1 ^, . ■, 
Airn- \iTuu.i. ? Churciiwardens 
William Whitt J 

Thomas David, dark 

Mar. 30 John Hall, brewer, in the churchyard at the farder ent, uncoffined 
April 22 Ursula dau. of Hughe Owen, disseased, iu the church in the first ill 
May 12 Thomas s. of John Floyde, weaver, in y'' church under y« first and second 
pewes 
25 John Harpe, Vitteler and merchaunt taylor, in the churchyard at the 
cloystrey doore, coffined 
June 6 Fraunces Mintam, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
16 Samuell Squier, in the churchyard, uncoffined 

Anno Domine 1611. 

John Ktnde, parson 
• Mathew Gwine 1 Upper 

Eobart Thomson j Churchwardens 

April 4 John s. of Daniell Fowler, fruterer, a still born child 

12 A still born child of M"" Josephe Biilige, uupon his unkell Cutbearde 
his grave 



204 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL S WHARF. 

1611 

May 1 A cresume child of a gentlewoman's w**" did lye in M' Charnocke's 
house, in y^ churchyard, coffined 
9 John s. of John Devorux, fruterer, in the churchyard, coffined 
9 William Wetherell, Se'vant to M'" Whit, dier, in the churchyard, 
coffined 
10 John Comes, dier, in the church under the pew where service is sayde 
25 Barbarae dau. of Simon Jenkines, feltmaker, in y^ churchyard 
July 3 Sarae Levinus dau. of M"^ Levinis Demonke, in y** Quire under y* great 
stone 

19 Harrye s. of Josepth Billige, at his unkell Cutberdes grave head 

Aug. 15 Anne dau. of M"" Boughe (or Borghe), dier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Sept. 16 John Dorghe s. of Groodman Cough, feltmaker, in the churchyard, un- 

coffined 
30 Sarae dau. of John Devoruxe, fruterer, in the churchyard 
Oct. 16 Jayne dau. of M'' Arthur Lowe, in the chaunsell under the three pewes 

upon her sisters grave 

20 Thomas s. of M'' Arthur Lowe, in the chansell by his sister 

Nov. 4 Anne dau. of Thomas Eige, dier, in the churchyard at y® Vestry 
window 
4 A cresume child of Evand Williames, at y^ stone wall in the churchyard, 
uncoffined 
23 Two cresume children of M'" Wethinges, in the church by the fonte 
Dec. 7 An infant which was found dead in the streat, found in bose lane 
Jan. 15 Rice Wine, in the churchyard j he was a carrier of Dinbighe in Walles 
16 Marye dau. of Robart Charnocke, grocer, in the church by y® two 

pewes 
23 OUiver Jones, musisioner, in the churchyard by the bones, uncoffined 
Peb. 17 Gorge Knighte, servant to M"^ Monke, woodmonger, in the church- 
yard, uncoffined 



> Churchwardens 



Mar. 


5 


May 


16 


June 


1 
2 




15 


Sept. 


15 
19 


Dec. 


12 


Jan. 


17 
5 


Feb. 


5 

9 

26 



Anno Domini 1612. 

M' John Ktnde, P'rsonne 
Eobarte Thomsone 
Davie Griffithe 

Roger Harrisone, waterberor, in the churchyard at the furder end, un- 
coffined 
Williame s. of M'" Robert Thomsone, dier, in the first alley w*Mn 4 pewes 

to the churche dore 
A cresume child of Josephe Billige, in y'' churchyard, coffined 
A cresume child of M'' Moncke, in the churchyard ; he was M'" Deputyes 

tenaunte 
M*" Roger Jones, dier, in the church in the hether alley w'^in two pewes 

of y^ quir dore 
Elizabeth dau. of William Seager, in the churchyard, coffined 
Daniell Marberye s. of Widdowe Marbery, in the churchyard at the 

furder end by the bones 
Elizabeth Tunstall, servant to M' Coffines, in the churchyard at y^ 

furder end 
AUes w. to M'' Thomas Billige, dier, in the second iile by her pew dore 
Roger s. of Roger Bird, vintner, in y« church in the first alley at her [sic] 

pew dore 
Johan Harpe, in the churchyard under the great window, coffined 
Steven s. of John Devorux, in the churchyard, coffined 
John Moylle, servant to Andrew Hacket, in the churchyard, un- 
coffined 
28 Thomas s. of John Frisbye, in the churchyard, coffined 



SxjkiALS. ^05 

1613. 

Mar. 30 Johu Hall, brewer, in the churchyard at the furder end 

April 22 Ursulae dau. of Hughe Oweu, disesed, in the church upon her father's 
grave 

May 12 Thomas s. of John Loyde, weaver, under y® firste pewe 

25 John Harpe, vitler, iu the churchyarde at the cloysterey dore, coffined 

June 6 Francis Mintam, feltmaker, in the churchyard at the furder end, un- 
co ffined 

16 Samuell s. of John Squire, brewer, in y^ churchyard at y^ wall 
July 23 Rose West, w., in y^ church in y^ furder ille at y'^ midillof y^ ille 
Aug. 24 A cresome child of M"" Kige, in y'' churchyard at y'= end of the wall 
Oct, 2 Anues Champione, servant to M*' Squire, bruer, in the churchyard 

5 Elizabeth Tliomsone wife to M' Eobarte Tomsone, dier, in the church in 
the firste ille under the mens pewes y* first and second 

Anno 1613. 

M» John Kynde, P'sonne 
David Griffithe 1 ^i i , 
William White /^^"''^^^^^^^^^ 

Nov, 11 Nicholas Harrisone, servant to M"" Birde, in the churchyard by y^ bones 

17 Thomas s. of Thomas Eades, in the churchyarde by the bones at the end 

of y« vestrey wind owe 
Jan. 19 Hanna dau. of John Frisbye, dier, in the churchyard 
Feb. 14 Joyse Fowler, a cresome child, in the churchyard 

20 Judye dau. of M'' Arthur Lowe, in the chansell 
Mar, 9 Elizabeth dau. of M"" Marbery, precher, disesed, in the churchyard, 
coffined 

M'^ John Kynde, P'sonne 
William White 1 nu u a 
William Anslowe / Churchwardens 

1614, 

Mar, 10 Mathantius s. of M'' Bird, vintner, in the church 

April 4 Sarae Levinus dau, to M'' Levinus, gent., in the quire one the left side 

June 1 A child of Goodman Morgan, footman, in the churchyard 

3 Eobart Powell, servant to M"" Squire, bruer, in the churchyard at 
the furder end by the bones 

7 M""^ Finche w, of M*" Finche, bricklayer, in the church the pewe behinde 

Mfs Wyatts 
10 Thomas Davis, clerke, iu the churchyard under the vestrey windowe 

24 A cresume child of M'' Burward's, in the churchyarde, coffined 

25 M"'^ Whitfeild, in the church, and was brought from S' James Sti'eet 
Aug. 1 A cresume child of M"^ Eamsey's, in the churchyard at y'' farder end 

8 A cresume child out of Peter Chappells house, in the churchyard, 

coffined 
Sept. 15 Elizabeth dau. of John Davis, dark, in the churchyard at the vestrey 

windowe 
Oct. 8 A cresume child of John Morgane, footman, in the churchyard, coffined 
15 Elizabeth late w. of Thomas Finche of Amersone, Joyner, in the church- 
yard at the hether vestrey windowe 
Nov, 3 Widowe Borne, in the churchyard at y^ furder end next M"^ Lowes 
howse 
30 Eose Marshall, in the churchyard at the furder end by y^ wall 
30 A cresume child of Johu Fleminge's, in the churchyard, uucoffined 

John Davis, Clarke 



^06 REGISTERS OF ST. tETER, PATJL's WHARF. 

1614 
Jan. 17 A cresume child of Goodman Weeke's, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
25 Gorge Miller, servant to M"" Squire, in the churchyard at the furder 

end by the stone wall 
29 M'' Rigges child, in the churchyard under the vestrey window 
Feb. 5 Marye dau. of Eobart Charnocke, grocer, in the church at the hether 
iUe 
19 A cresume child of John Browne, bricklayer, in the churchyard, 
coffined 
Mar. 28 A cresume child of Goodman Seager's brother, in the churchyard, 
coffined 

M"^ John Ktxde, P'sonne anno 1615 
William Anslowe } ni. l j 
Robarte Smithe ) <- hurchwardens 

1615. 

April 23 Richarde Pytes, player, in the churchyard at y^ further end by the 
stonne wall, uncoffined 
25 Annes w. of Williame Shelley, in the church at y^ goinge into the 
churchwardens pew 
May 3 M"" Williame Anslowe, dier, in the church at his pew dore 

5 Lewise Griffiue, cloth worker, in the churchyarde at the furder corner 
at the vestrey window, coffined 

8 David Powell, cordwainer, in the churche hard under the Great Booke 
July 6 M" Bowles, gentellwoman, uppon M" Eludes grave at the first ille, and 

she came out of M' Burwardes howse 

M"" John Ktnde, P'rsonne 
Mathewe Gwine 1 /-ir i i 
Robarte Smith ) Churchwardens 

July 6 Goodwife Streat, in the churchyarde, coffined 

9 Jhone dau. of William Seager, joyner, in the churchyard, coffined 
18 Abigail dau, of John Ramsey, Joyner, in the churchyarde, coffined 
18 Thomas s. of John Davis, clarke, in the churchyard 

Sept. 25 Memorandum, there was a child buried out of M""^ Spencer's house 

upon Saynt Peters Hill, in the churchyard ; Plague 
Jan. 5 Thomas s. of Thomas Morgan, footman, in the churchyarde at y" furder 

end, coffined 
Feb. 2G A cresume child out of M"" Armeates howse, in the churchyard, 

uncoffined 
5 Roger s. of M"" Hughe Owen, dissed, in the church upon his father's 

grave 
Mar. 23 Gorge Terye, dier, in the churche under his pew dore 

M"" John Kynde, P'rsonne 1616 
Robarte Smithe 



William Rutter}^^^'^^^^^^^^"^ 



1616. 



April 7 John s. of John Plowrate, cooper, in the churchyard 

July 30 Joyse w. of Gorge Terry, disesed, in the church with her husband in one 

grave 
Oct. 20 Elizabeth Trublude dau. to widdow Trublud, in the churchyard at y» 

furder end, coffined 
Nov. 20 Rowland Hutchinsone, embrotherer, in the churchyard under y** midell 

of y* menes pewes 



BURIALS. 207 

1616 
Nov. 26 Judith* w. of Robarte Smith, silk dier, in the church under the menes 
pewes next to the middell ille 

M"^ John Ktnde, P'sonne 1617 
Williame Butter "1 



John Squire J Churchwardens 



1617. 



April 12 Jeane dau. of John Pribery, in the churchyard at the f urder end, 
uncoffined, and was brought out of Plowrates the cooper's howse 
17 Lydye w. of Edward Marshall, fruterer, in the churchyard at the 

f urder end, coffined 
26 A Use dau. of John Ramsey, joyner, in the churchyard at the f urder 
end, coffined 
May 8 Ellen dau. of Humphrey Swane, embrotherer, in the churchyard at the 
f urder end, coffined 
17 Margreat w. of Andrew Hacket, fruterer, in the churchyard at the furder 

end, coffined 
19 Dorothie dau. of Rowland Huchinsone, disesed, in the churchyard at 
the furder end, coffined 
June 9 Thomas Newman, dier, in the churchyard by the stone wall at the 
hether end, coffined 
16 John Browne, bricklayer, in the churchyard hard by the dore, coffined 
Aug. 24 Widdow Ragget, in the church as y* goe to the cloystrey under Jewell's 

woorkes [?] upon M"" Powell's grave 
June 9 Thomas Newmane, dier (as above) 

Memorandum, ther was a child of one Mulard, dier, at M*' Terryes 
howse, departed ther and was buried at S* Mary Somerset, paying 
dutyes to our prishe 
16 John Browne, bricklayer (as above) 
July 20 A cresume child of M"" Armeat, tayler, in the churchyard, coffined, at 
the furder end 

28 Robarte s. of William Seager, joyner, in the churchyard, coffined 
Aug. 24 Widdow Ragget (as above) 

26 Margreat w. to Thomas Woodarte, in the churchyard upon M>' 
Newmanes grave 
Sept. 7 M^^ Smithes kinswoman upon S' Peter's Hill, in the church upon 
widdow Ragget's grave 

26 Barnaby Joyner [sic], servant to M"" Whamsley, Joyner, in the church- 
yard close by M"" Newman's grave 

29 Jacobe, a Dutchmane, in the church as ye goe into the vestrey 

Oct. 15 Silvanus Scory, gent., died the 14 Oct., buried at Shoreditch at 

ix acloke at night, paying all dutyes heare 
Jan. 2 Rose Davis, widdowe, in the churchyard under the vestrey windowe 

15 M"* Ursela Randolphe, widdowe, under her husbandes monument in the 
chaiisell 
Feb. 10 Annes dau. of John Prisby, dier, in the churchyard at the hether end, 
coffined 

M^ John Ktnde, P'sone, 1618 
John Squire 1 r«u i. i 
Robart Tomsone / Churchwardens 

1618. 

May 25 Richard Smith, servant to M'' Rutter, dier, in the churchyard at the 
hether end by M' Newmans grave, coffined 

* "Judith" written over au erasure, — Ed, 



208 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PATJL'S WHARF. 

1618 
May 29 Samuell s. of Thomas Eades, waterman, upon Eicbard Smyth's grave 
June 8 Josephe s. of John Eamsey, joj^ner, upon Richard Smythes grave, 
coffined 
9 Jeames s. of Jeames Hyat, minister, at the hether end of the vestreye 
Aug. 13 Marthae w. of Edward Marshall, fruterer, at the furder end of the 

churchyard 
Sept. 17 Annes dau. of John Rudy, fruterer, in the churchyard under the 

vestry w. 
Oct. G Sarae dau. of William Cooke, fishmonger, in the churchyard at the 
hether end, coffined 
21 Williame Weekes, servant to Dockter Brigman,in the churchyard at the 
hether end, coflined 
Dec. 4 Allse [^blank], a mayd servant of M"" Parker, in the churchyard at the 
hether end, uncoffined 
21 M'* Ford, mother of M'^ Tomsone dwelling in Bellyard, died 19 Dee. 
and buried 21 Dec. at S* Hellenes within Bishopsgate, paying all 
dutyes heare 
Feb. 5 John Squir, bruer, in the church close to the Quire dore next the 
weomans pewes in the hether ille 
18 Andrew s. of William Beast, lookingglasmaker, in the churchyard at 
the hether end, cofiined 

W JoHJf Ktnd, P'sonne, 1619 



mmalFincC } C^^urchwardens 



1619. 



Feb. 23 Jhoan dau. of John Rudy, fruterer, in the churchyard, coffined, at the 

hether end 
April 28 Thomas s. of John Frisbye, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 

3 A stranger out of M'' Coachet's howse, in the Quire hard by the 
Com union table next to the menes pewes 
May 2 A stranger out of Plowrates howse at Lambert foot, in the churchyard 
at the hether end, uncoffined 
5 Elizabeth w. of Jeames Ballden, taylor, in the churchyard at the hether 
end, coffined 
27 John s. of Vincent Everet, embrotherer 
30 Elizabeth dau. of M"" Hyatt, minister 
June 7 William s. of John Forest, vintner, in the churchyard, coffined 
Oct. 4 Elizabeth w. of John Deverux, fruterer, in the churchyard at the 

hether end, coffined 
Jan. 18 Widdow Bradley, in the churchyard, coffined 

Feb. 15 M"" Thomas Billige, dier, in the church in the midell ille, his head hard 
by the font 
26 John s. of John Rudy, fruterer, in the churchyard, coffined 

M-- John Ktnd, P'sonne 1620 
Thomas Finche 
Robart Charnock 

1620. 



> Churchwardens 



Mar. 2 Larance Hay, servant to M" Squire, brewer, in the churchyard, 

coffined 
April 3 Jeames Marshall, woodmonger, in the churchyard at the hether end, 

coffined ; out of the Gillden toone 
22 Abigail dau. of Robeart Charnock, in the church in the hether Hie at 

Here mother's pew dore 



BURIALS. 209 



1621. 



May 

July 


2 

9 

25 


Nov. 


8 


Dec. 


19 


Jan. 


12 




24 



Mar, 29 Memorandum, ther was one of the yeomen of the Gard's wives burled 
out of Cooke's howse in trige lanne, in the church hard by the font 
April 17 Williame Cook, fishmonger, in the churchyard at the f urder end, 
coffined 
Patrick Ding, fruterer, in the churchyard by the stonne wall, coffined 
Josephe s. of John Eamsey, joyner, at the furder end, coffined 
Eobeart s. of John Frisby, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Katheriue w. of Thomas Hawkines, clothworker, in the churchyard, 

coffined 
The Ladye Poynes, in the Quire close by M" Eandollphes grave 
Eoger s. of Eichard Lacy, chandler, in the churchyard, coffined 
John Williams, fruterer, in the churchyard at the furder end, 
uncoffined 

Feb. 23 John Eeeve, out of the Grillden toune, in the churchyard at the furder 
end, coffined 

John Ktnde, P'rsonne, 1621 
Eobeart Charnock ^ r^-, ■, , 
William Eutter ) Churchwardens 

1622. 

John Chapman, draper, out of Bell yard, in the churchyard at the 
furder end, coffined 
July 13 A brother of John Madox, dier in trig lane, in the churchyard at the 
stone wall, coffined 
A woman and her child out of M'' Borer's howse ; she died in childbead 
in the churchyard, both in one grave 
Oct. 15 Thomas Canvey, servant to M^^ Squir, bruer, in the churchyard 
Nov. 12 M'' Skiner's son out of the forest yard, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
Dec. 7 M>' Madox sister, dier in Trig lane, in the chui'chyard upon her brother's 

grave 
Jan. 28 Mary dau. of John Corick, bruer, ia the churchyard, uncoffined 
Feb. 2 John Corick, bruer, out of the forest yard, in the churchyard, un- 
coffined 

M'" John Ktnde, P'sonue, 1623 



Jeames Wamsley 1 r^i, i. j 
Mathewe Gwyne ) Churchwardens 



1623. 

April 2 Ellen G-riffine, servant to M" Anslow, in the churchyard, furder end, 
coffined 
7 Abraham Anslow, dier, in the chansell hard by his father's grave 
7 Katherine Fraunces, in the churchyard on Corickes grave 
11 Eichard Pearsonne, embrotherer, in the church under the great stone 

before the churchwarden's pew 
27 Barbaree, servant to M"^ Smith upon S*^ Peter's Hill, in the churchyard, 

coffined 
27 M"^ Bartlet's sister, in the churchyard, uncoffined, upon Barbare's grave 
May 10 John Halles s. to Sir John Halles, in the church upon Persones grave 

under the great stone 
June 6 Christopher Wood, dier, in the church under the great stone, close to 
Pearsones grave 
11 Jeames Ballden, taylor, in the churchyard, coffined, being drowned 
23 A cresume child of Humphrey Swane, embrotherer, in the churchyard, 
coffined 
VOt. IV. E D 



210 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1623 
Aug. 9 A young cbild of John Fleming, fruterer, in the churchyard, coffined 
10 A child of a stranger out of Slingsbyes howse in Trig lanne, in the 

churchyard, coflBned 
13 John 8. of Abrahame Trice, dier, in the first alley of the church at his 

mother's pew dore 
28 A cresurae child of Humphry Swan, embrotherer, in the churchyard, 
coffined 
Sept. 2 A cresume child of Richard Eobinsone, firkineman, in the churchyard, 
coffined 

6 Edward s. of Edward Parley, embrotherer, in the churchyard, coffined 
Oct. 20 Morgane Sogers, bricklayer, in the churchyard towards the further end, 

coffined, out of the Dragon yard 
Dec. 2 Dorothye w. of M'" William Butter, dier, in the church at the hether 
end of the mens pews in the first ille, coffined 

7 Memorandum the Lady Loose, in the Quire under the great stonne at 

ix acloke at night 
Jan. 4 A child out of Peter Chappell's howse, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
4 [bla7ik'] w. of John Waters, porter, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
12 Annes w. of John Smyth, embrotherer, in the churchyard, coffined 
26 Thomas s. of John Francum, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Feb. 25 A cresume child of John Chaundler, clothworker, in the churchyard 

M"" John Ktnde, P'sonne, 1624 

Mathewe Gwyne j churchwardens 
Grorge Boror J 

1624. 

April 12 Samuel s. of M^" Gorge Boror, dier, in the church in the hether;ille at 

his mother's pew dore 
May 7 A cresume child of M'' Lacy, chaundler, in the churchyard, coffined 
June 16 A ferkine man out of Richard Waters howse in Bosse lane, porter, in 

the churchyard toward the furder end 
23 A young child of M"^ Abraham Trice, dier, in the church at her mother's 

pew dore 
28 William s. of Thomas Eades, waterman, in the churchyard, uncoffined 
July 3 A stillborn child of Richard Woolpb, vintner, in the churchyard, 

coffined 

8 TJrssulae dau. of John Hill, bruer, in the churchyard hard by the stone wall 
10 Williame s. of Williame Frisbye, dier, in the churchyard by the glass 

windowe, coffined 
16 Hannae w. of John Hill, bruer, in the church going into the Quire dore 
close to her father's, coffined 
Aug. 18 A cresume child of Peter Blackbage, clothworker, in the churchyard by 

the church windowe, coffined 
Sept. 14 Widdow Powell, in the church at the going into the cloystrey dore 

26 Avice Ware, sercher, in the churchyard at the furder end by the stone 

wall, uncoffined 
26 Margery w. of Thomas Eades, waterman, in Avice Ware's grave 
26 Hannae dau. of Isack Finch, dier, in the churchyard at the hether end 
under the window 
Oct. 23 Jeane Heskines, a stranger, in the churchyard over agaynst the Vestrey 
window, coffined, out of Welch Jeanes 
25 Sarae dau. of Thomas Eades, waterman, in the churchyard by her 
mother's grave 
4 Thomas Smith, a stranger, out of M"" Coachet's howse, in the churchyard 
bard by Groody Eades grave, coffined 



BURIALS. 211 

1624 

Nov. 4 Anne Fisher, a stranger, in the churchyard at the head of Jeane 
Heskines grave, coffined 
14 Anne dau. of Christopher Wood, dissesed, in the churchyard, coffined, 
upon Jean Fisher's grave 
Dec. 14 John Frisby, dier, in the churchyard towardes the furder end, coffined 
Jan. 6 Alls dau. of John Francume, dier, in the churchyard, coffined 
Feb. 3 A cresume child out of the hothuse in Trig lane, coffined, at the hether 
end under the glass windowe 
13 Edward Mundey, embotherer, in the churchyard toward the furder end, 
coffined 

M'" John Ktnde, P'sonne 
Thomas Finch 1 ni, i j 
Wniiam Stansby/^^^^^^'™'^^^^ 

Mar. 16 Thomas Hill, a straunger, out of M*" Sallter's howse, in the churchyard 
toward the furder end, uncoffined 

1625. 

April 11 M'' Williame Rutter, dier, in the church under the pewes at the hether 
end of the first ille 

Hugh Jones was admitted clarke the 20''i daie of May 1625 
June 1 Elizabeth infant of Thomas Ellis of Ball Alley, buried in a box at the 
west end of the vestery window two yards from the wall 
7 William infant of William Nott, in a box in the same grave ; out of 

M"" Blackbatch his howse 
9 Edward infant of Edward Pearse, brickler, in a box in the same grave 
16 M^ Thomas Andros, a stranger, out of M"" Wolfes howse, under the 
north end of the mens pewes 
July 8 Elizabeth Tew, servant to M'' Franckham, dier, in the churchyarde at the 
east end, without a coffin ; Plague 
18 Jane dau. of y'' said Franckham, in the same place without a coffin ; 
Plague 

20 William Mighell, servant to M'' Thomas Parker, at the east end of the 

churchyarde, in a coffin ; Plague 

21 Pearse Jones, baker in Trig lane, at the east end of the churchyarde, in 

a coffin ; Plague 

22 M" Franckham w. of M'" John Franckham, dier in Trigg lane, at the 

east end of the churchyarde, coffined ; Plague 
24 M'' John Franckham, dier, in the same place ; Plague 

23 Margeret Leeson, servant to the Widdow Browne, at the east end of 

the churchyard, without a coffin ; Plague 

24 William Barlowe, servant to M'' Smith, gent., in the churchyarde against 

the Vestery window ; Plague 

26 Susana dau. to one M'' Clarke, lodger in M*' John Franckham howse, 

deceased, at the east end of the churchyarde, w'^^out a coffin ; 
Plague 

27 Pearse Mallen child of Pearse Mallen in Trigg lane, at the east end of 

the churchyarde, in a coffin ; Plague 
27 Elizabeth w. of Thomas Hawkines, clothworker, at the east end of the 

churchyarde, coffined ; Impostume 
30 Susana dau. of M'' Thomas Parker, dier, in the churchyarde against the 
vestery window, coffined ; Plague 
Aug. 1 Peeter Franckham, brother of- Franckham the dier, deseaced, in the new 
churchyard ; Plague 
2 Luce dau. of M"" Thomas Parker, dier, in the churchyard against the 
vestery window; Plague 



212 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PATJL's WHARF. 

1625 

Aug. 3 Thomas "Wiggley, servant to M' Walmesley, in the churchyard against 

the church window, coffined ; Plague 
5 John s. of Goodman Slingsbye, carpenter, in the churchyard against 

the vestery window w^'^out a coffin ; Plague 
5 William Parker, cowper, in the churchyard against the vestery window, 

coffined; Plague 
8 Eobert Gray in Trigg lane, in the east end of the churchyard, in a 

sheete ; Consumption 

8 Cornelius, a dutchman, in the newe churchy arde, in a sheete, out of 

John Somes howse at the signe of the Oyster ; Plague 

9 Sarah Browne dau. of Widdow Browne, at the east end of the church- 

yarde, coffined ; Plague 
9 Elizabeth Tampson, a kinswoman of M'' Charnock, being a child, in the 

churchyarde against the window ; Plague 
9 Joane w. of William Hore, out of widdow Browne's howse, in a coffin 
ag* the window ; Plague 
10 Judith Hore, her dau., in the same place, out of widdow Browne's 

house, w^'^out a coffin ; Plague 
10 Henry Price, bruer, in the churchyarde ag* the east end of the vestery 
window, coffined ; Plage 

10 Elizabeth w. of William Eedin, ag* the church window in the church- 

yarde, in a sheete ; Childbed and y^ infant 

11 William Hore, out of widdow Browne's howse, in the churchyarde ag* 

the window, coffined ; Plague 

12 Pearse Mallen in Trigg lane, fruterer, in the east end of the church- 

yarde even v/^^ the window, coffined 

14 Mary w. of Benedict Salter, in the churchyarde ag* the end of the 

window, in a sheete ; Plague 

13 Jacob [blank], a dutchman, in the newe churchyarde, out of M'" Somes 

howse, in a sheete ; Plague 

15 Mary infant of John Chandler, in a box ag* the vestery window 

17 [blank'] w. of [bla7ik] Clarke, out of John Franckhara's howse, in the 
newe churchyarde, in a sheete ; Plague 

17 William Gould, in the churchyarde at the east end, out of Pearse Jones 

howse, coffined ; Plague 

18 Marye child of AVilliam Parker, cooper, at the east end of the church- 

yard, in a coffin ; Plague 
] 8 Marye w. of John Slingsby , carpenter, at the east end, in a sheete ; Plague 

19 Luke [blank], seiwant to M"" Blinco, at the east end of the churchyard, 

in a sheete ; Plague 

20 Elizabeth [blank], servant to M''^ Squire, ag' the window, in a sheete ; 

Plague 

20 Mary dau. of Pearse Jones in Trigg lane, at the east end, in a sheete ; 

Plague 

21 M"" Mathew Gwin, in the middle He entring into the chauncell, in a 

coffin ; aged 

21 Katrin w. of William Davies, in the church behinde the dopre entringe 

into the Belfrie ; Plage 

22 Two children of one Henry Wackefild, porter, Elizabeth and Jarvice, 

out of the howse of M'' John Uties in Trigg lane, in the newe 
churchyarde, in sheetes ; Plague 
22 Nicholas Parker, the widdow Parker's son, in the east end of the 
churchyard, in a coffin ; Plague 

24 Edward [blank], servant to M" Squire, in the churchyard ag* the 

window, in a sheete ; Plague 

25 Henry Wackfild, a porter, out of M"" John Uties howse, in the newe 

churchyarde, in a sheete ; Plague 



BTJiRIALS. 213 

Ans^d [blankl a servant and kinsinswoman of M'' Peeter Blackbatcli, in the 
churchyard close to y« tree, in a sheete ; Plague 
26 Michell s. of Isac Pinch, under the church window, in a coftn ; Flague 
26 Edward Burros, in the churchyard neare the tree, m a cofen; Plague 
26 Elizabeth dau. of Pearse Jones, deacesed, at the east end of the church- 
yard, coffined 5 Plague , . ,i . 1 j • 

26 Alice dau. of Peter Chapell, at the east end of the churchyard, m a 

sheete ; Plague . , , n j • 1, t +v>^ 

27 Elizabeth infant of William Kedin, m the churchyard in a boxe ag^ the 

vestery window . • 1 n ti a • 

27 M" Wolfe w. of M' Richard Wolfe, vintner, in the middle He entnng 

into the chauncell in M^ Gwin's grave . . j • 

28 Tabitha w. of Hugh Jones, pish, clarke, under the vestne window, in a 

coffin: Plague , . , , i j j ^.i, 

29 Andrew infant of Peter Blackbatch, m the churchyard under the 

church window, in a box 
29 Thomas Stanner, a youth of M' Tanner, dier, in the churchyard under 

the vestery window ; Plague . 

31 M» Cornish, widdow, in the churchyard near the tree, m a collin 

Sept. 1 Christopher Hughes, servant to M' John Hill, in the churchyard near 
the tree, in a coffin ; Plague ,. ,^ „, . -l 

1 Jone dau. of M' Terry, dier, deceased, out oi M' Turner s howse, m a 

sheete; Plague . i. i, 1 

2 Nicholas Berepack, sv* to M^ Eamsey, ]oyner, in the newe churchyard ; 

2 John ^Chandler, cittizen and clothworker, in the west end of the 
churchyard close to the wall and joyniug to the cloyster, in a coffin ; 

Plague , , 1 

5 M'- WiUiam Biinco, in the church under the two upermost pewes close 

to the first He ; Plague , t. j • 1, ^f ^ 

6 Eddy dau. of James Cooper, in the newe churchyarde, in a sheete , 

6 DotheS dau. of Robert Smith, dier, deceased, in the new churchyard, 
uncoffined; Plague . t. „ . n • xi 

8 Jone Fludd, out of widdow Owen's howse in Ball Alley, in the new 
churchyard, coffined ; Plague ^, ,, • .1 1, 1 

8 Mary a child of one Gwilliams, out of Peet^ Chapell, in the new church- 

yard, in a sheete ,. . , it i • „ 

9 [blank] Gwilliams, out of Peeter Chapell, in the newe churchyard, m a 

9 Edwarf \edgingam and George Hammond 2 servantes unto M-" 
Tanner, dier. in one grave in the churchyard, both coffined ; Plague 
10 M^ Richard Wolfe, vintner, in the church next to the middle He under 

the two upermost pewes ; Pever 1 j .-. • j 

10 Robert a child of Isack Finch, in the churchyard under the window, 

10 Peeter the child of Peeter Blackbatch, in the churchyard under y« 

window, in a box 1 1, j 

U Morgan [blank], out of William Davies howse, in the new churchyard ; 

12 Abigalf dau. of Isaac Pinch, in the churchyard under the window, in a 

18 M" [blank] Woode, latte wiffe of Cristopher Woode, deceased, under 
the great stone by the churchwardens pewe, in a coffin 

20 Katherine Owine allias Williams laitt wiffe of Ellis Williams, deceased, 
by the cloyster side in the churchyard, in a coffin ; Plage 



214 REGISTERS OF ST. iPETER, PAULAS WHARF. 

1625 

Sept. 12 [blank] a child of [blank] Gwilliams, deceased, out of Peeter Chapell's 
howse, in the churchyard ag* the windowe, w^''out a box 

23 Noble Croxson, out of widdow Mallen her howse, in the new church- 

yard, in a coffin ; Plague 
26 Ellin Place, a poore wench, out of one M'' Waterer's howse, in the new 

churchyard ; Plague 
26 [blank] the child of M"" Clarke, imbroderer on S' Peter's Hill, in the 

new churchyard 

28 Jane [blank], a kinswoman of M' Boulton in Bosse Aley, in Paul's 

churchyard; Plague 
Oct. 1 James Woode s. of Christopher "Wood, dier, deceased, in the church- 
yard under the window, in a box 
2 William Dawson, out of William Davies his howse, in the new church- 
yard, in a sheete ; Plague 
8 [blank], out of William Davis his howse, in the new churchyard; 
Plague 
21 Lawrence a child of Philipe Stichhill, out of M' Backer's howse, dier, 
in the churchyarde under y* window, in a box 
Nov. 1 Thomas Wighall, son in law of William Grould, deceased, out of Pearse 
.Jones' widdow her howse in Trigg lane, ia the new church yarde ; 
Plague 
5 John an infant of William Frisby, dier in Ball Alley, close to the wall 
neare the cloyster dore 

24 Peeter Blackbatch, clothworker on S* Peter's Hill, in the churchyard 

under the church walle betwene the two windowes, coffined ; 
consumption 
Dec. 21 Charles Bridgman, M" White's sonn in lawe, in the newe churchyard, 
out of the Widdow Browne's howse; consumption 

29 Joane a child found at M'' Smithes dore the 13"' daye of December, 

in the churchyard under y^ window 
Jan. 16 Elizabeth Graunte, a sougener in M"" Clark's howse, Imbroderer on 

S* Peter's Hill, in the new churchyarde 
Feb. 5 .John s. of Robert Smith, silkdier, and then s'vant to M"^ Dugles, 

Imbroaderer, in the churchyard on Kathren Owen's coffin under the 

cloyster window ag* y^ hither glass window, coffined 
12 [blank] Booker dau. to Peeter Booker, tenant and s'vant to M"" 

Wamesley, dier, in the churchyard close to the walle neare the tree, 

in a box 
15 Water s. of Richard Chitwin, an infant, in the same grave, in a box 

March 1 M"" James Burley, Parson 



M'' William Stansby 1 ^.i, u j 
M'- Hugh Tanner } Churchwardens 



1626. 

April 10 [blank], servant to William Meacock, dier, in the churchyard 

11 Memor'^, a stillborne child of a gentlewoman lying at John Eamsey his 
howse, in a box 

23 [blank] w. of John Ramsey, joyner, in y* churchyard at the cloyster 

doore 

24 Mary infant of one John Purdo, in a shroud 

May 22 [blank] w. of Peter Chapell, in the newe churchyard 

Sept. 22 M" Mary Finch w. of M' Thomas Finch, in the chauncell on the south 

side of the communion table 
July 15 Ellis Williams, in the newe churchyard. It ought to have bin set 

bef or y« former 



I 



I 



BURIALS. 215 

1626 

July 24/ Margery infant of Henry Inman, smith, in the churchyard, in a 
/ shroud 

%1 A stillborne child of Gwilliams', in the churchyard, in a box 
Oct. il7 John s. of Ashon Garrat, dier, in the churchyarde, in a box 
Nov. , 8 Elizias an infant of M'' Wise, minister, in the churchyard, in a box 
Dec. j 4 Peter Chapell, clothworker, in the newe churchyard 
Nov. 10 Anne w. of Richard Corney, Imbroderer, in the church in the further 

/ ille 

JaiV. 8 George Wheateley, s'vant to Eichard Corney, in the newe churchyard 
Dele. 23 M" Ursula Anslow the widdow of M*" William Auslow, dier, in the 

\ quire at y^ green pue dore 

Ja;n. 13 Anne w. of William Best, in the church goinge to the bellfrie 
r/eb. 19 John and Margaret children of John Fleming, both in one box, in y® 
churchyard 

22 \hlank'\ dau. of Robert Clarke, Imbroderer, in the new churchyard 

23 \blanh'\ w. of Giles Coleman, Imbroderer, in the churchyard under the 
cloyster window 

James Burlet, P'son Februarii 1627 

Hugh Tanner 1 rii i j 
AVI m • 1 Churchwardens 
Abraham Trice I 

( -* 

/ 1627. 

' April 2 Walter a crisom child of Richard Chitwin, dier 

17 Shakerley Carlton a crisom child of Richard Carlton, Imbroderer, in 

the church betwene y^ g'' stone and y* pues 
May 4 John a crisom sonn of Robert Hollinhead, Chamberlin in Ramaley, in a 

box, in the churchyard close to M'' Stansby's howse 
June 7 Mary dau. to Gwilliames, a cotner, in the newe churchyard, p. the pish. 

charge 
July 14: SJ}lanTc\ Morise s. of M'^ Morise, a lodger at Edward Pearses howse, 

in y* churchyarde near y^ doore 
Aug. 10 Hanna dau. of Frauncis Squire, in the churchyard 
Sept. 6 \hlanli\ Higd, in the newe churchyard, out of one John Deverix his 

howse in Trigg lane 
Nov. 3 Judith dau. of William Frisbye, dier, in a box, close to M"^ Lenord's 

wall in y'' churchyard 
Jan. 14 Hew Jones, clarke, by the vesterye window 
Feb. 20 Richard Robenson, verkenman, in the church in the second end .... 

third pew very deap 
Mar. 14 Margerye Francis, in the second and third pew at the north side of the 

pew, very depe, servant unto M' Abraham Trice 
22 Susan dau. of M"^ William Watkines, at the end of the third pew at the 

south side of the church 

1628. 

M'* \hlanlc\ Carellton w, of M'" John Carellton, Embrotherer, at the 

north east end of the chansell, deppte 
M"" [5?«n>t] Dugless, embroderer, in the churchyard closse by the north 

walle 
Ellen Jonnes, in the new churchyard 
An dau. of William Necolles, embrotherer 
Ihlanlc] a cresom dau. of [hlanTf^ Laccee, chandler (?) 
Catterin w. of Edward Pearce 
\hlank'\ Zeger w. of William Zegere 
Mother Trebllett 




216 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHA 

1628 

July 17 John Frahke, servant unto M^ Henry Tanner, silkdier 

24 [blank}, servant unto M' Chevleye, draper 

26 Angell s. of Angell Feeld 

Aug. 2 Mary dau. of William Evence, embrotlierer 

Oct. 8 M"^* Tryce \v. of M"" Abraham Tryce, deyer, under the fornext 
unto the stret 

8 Ales lb?a7ik'\, servant of M'' Abraham Tryce, deyer 

28 Richard Eobarts, verkinman, under the hendmost pewthe 
strett, depp 

Feb. 17 [blank] Monday, wyddow 

Mar. 17 J)ava s. of Abraham Portter 

18 Mother Dinge 

1629. 

April 11 Eleazer s. of [blank'] "Webb, dyer 

17 Anthouye s. of Sara Stichwell, weddow 

May 7 [blank] dau. of Marttiu Harmon 

20 Ellin dau. of Henry Inmau, smith 

June 18 Ferdinando s. of Ferdinand Jone, clothworker 

26 Sara Colman, servant unto John Mettim, embroderer 

July 5 Michell s. of [blank] Chevllye 

Aug. 18 Margery dau. of [blank] Wettcom, tailor 

Sept. 9 George s. of Georg Chenvye, deyer 

14 John [blank], servant unto M'' Mattersee 

5 George s. of George Chinvye, deyer 

10 Hanna dau. of Isake Finehe 

26 Fetter s. of Fetter Bouker 

Oct. 6 John s. of M''^ Elmston, weddow 

16 [blank] dau. of M'' [blank] Charnocke 

Nov. 15 An Huntte sister to Wyllam Hunt, verkenman, in the church and ly< 
uppon M' Mettins sesster in the fort pewes next the doore 

24 An dau. of John Feld, cook 

Dec. 5 Richard s. of Eychard Mouy 

Feb. 7 Jcon [bla7ik], servant unto Hewth Booyer, brewer 

Mar. 8 Ollyver s. of Ollyver Conkshead \ 

1630. \ 

Mar. 26 Eichard Lewes, verkinman 

28 M'- Wyllam Wattkine 

April 5 John s. of John Fressbye 

13 Eichard s. of Eichard Lacce 
June 4 Edwarde s. of Edward Yemons, silke deyer 

8 John 8. of Edward Gardner 

July 5 Jann dau. of James Ollyver 

M'' Burly, payd* 

Aug. 27 Mary dau. of [blank] Evence 

3 M"- Robert Charnoke 

Sept. 10 Martha dau. of Christopher Sha 

28 Thomas Southwek, Gunsmith 

Oct. 9 John Somes, Ventinor 

Nov. 21 Ferdiuando Joyn s. of Ferdinando Joun, clothworker 

Dec. 4 George s. of George Channe 

14 James Walmsly, deyer j by M"" Watkins, by the Vestery dore 
Jan. 14 Wyllam s. of John Wicks, porter 

Feb. 9 [blank] w. of Edward Gardiner, taller 

* This in the margin. — Ed, 



BUKIALS. 217 

1630 
Peb. 16 Margeret dau. of James Ludlow 

Mar. 24 Eobart Owen, Brewers servant to Wyllam Hovull, brewer, next to 
M'' Stausby's howse 

1631. 

[blank'] dau. of [blankl Cooke, hattmaker 

An dau. of Richard Cliitwen 

Marye w. of Greorg Prowsse 

An Powell, servant unto M'" Low 

Jann w. of John Eowell, embrotherer 

John s. of Edward Yemons 

Eichard s. of Richard Andross, taller 

M''^ Elmston, weddow 

Mychall s. of Francis Bresstow, silkweaver 

John Inman, servant unto Henry Inman 

Ralphe s. of Ralphe Jackson 

A female child of John Kennard 

Sence 4 days a femall cressom of S'" Charells Sessers ; buried in the 

countre 
Thomas s. of Richard Chetwen and Elizabeth his w. 
An w. of George Harpp, deyer 
Margerett dau. of Abraham Portter, taller 

1632. 

An w. of M*" Heughe Boyear, brewear, lyethe next unto the allee 

in the for sid of the Ranke of pewes below the puUpett 
Marttin s. of Martin Harmon, brewer 
John s. of Wyiliam Wessterman, deyer 
John s. of Wyllam Fressbye, deyer 
[blank'] dau. of John Cartwright 
Sara dau. of Ollyver Coxed 
Maryan dau. of Thomas Hudson, brewer 
J s. of George Eachon 
Mary dau. of Geiles Brown, brekleer 
Richard s. of Richard Chettwene 
[blank] dau. of M'' Henry Collthrop, gent. 
Thomas s. of John Madox, deyer 
Wyllam s. of Francis Bresstow, selke weaver 
John Bolls, in the new churchyard 
William s. of [blank] Morgan 
Ollyver s. of S'' Henry S' Georg, in the chansell 
Eardenando s. of Fardeuando Joynn, clothworker 
[blank], servant to John Deverux, fruterer 

1633. 

Mary w. of Ralph Jackson 

John s. of Isake Finche, deyer 

John s. of Chi'istopher Sha, taller 

Christopher Sha, tayler 

Lucresea Tui*nuer, weddow 

John Wettcom, tailor 

Elizabethe dau. of Thomas Stebbens 

Mary [blank], servant of Wyllam Staplls 

TOl,. IV, P P 



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24 
25 


June 


7 




11 


July 
Aug. 


10 
12 




22 




24 


Oct. 


14 


Jan. 


16 




20 




20 


Feb. 


18 




29 


Mar. 


7 


April 


2 


May 


6 
12 




22 


July 


2L 
24 


Aug. 


11 


Sept. 


14 
16 


Dec. 


12 




14 




29 


Jan. 


2 




13 




15 




19 


Feb. 


13 


Mar. 


16 


April 29 
June 10 


July 
Aug. 
Dec. 


28 
10 
23 




29 


Feb. 


25 


Mar. 


22 



218 REGISTEllS OF ST. PETEK, PAUL'S WHAEF. 

1634. 

April 1 Sara dau. of Jolin Madox, deyer 

2 Ann w. of Ferdenando Joyn, clothworker 

3 John Mettin, embroderer 
May 22 Elyzabethe Brown, Weddow 
June 12 [blank'\ w. of James Ludlow 

July 2 [blank^, servant to John Eowell, embrotherer 

Sept. 3 John s. of Henry Inman 

8 Thomas s. of Edward Hardin 

10 Mary dau. of Thomas Hudsson, brewer 

10 Wyllam Eolles 

11 "Wyllam Beklye, servant to M' Medlycot 
13 Francis Bresstow's father 

Oct. 2 Catherin w. of Father Marshall 

Nov. 7 John s. of John Wyllames, mussesion to the king, in the church ney 
unto the allay at the bender pew from the pullpett 
7 John s. of Abraham Portter 

1635. 

July 27 Elizabeth w. of Olyver Coxhed 

28 Wyllam Wycks 

Sept. — M'' Allexander Baker, deyed 4:^^ Sept. 

Oct. 12 Eichard s. of Eichard Chetwen, deyer 

13 Ales Squyer, weddow^ 

26 Mary dau. of John Hell, brewer 
Jan. 6 Lewes Powell 

12 James Copper 
25 M-^^ Sha, weddow 
25 Margrett Webber 

1636. 

July 21 Henry Tomsonn, embrotherer, the first in the sickness 

Sept. 2 Ther was a woman buryed out of the howsse of Thomas Eattcleff 
dwylling in Ball Ally ; in the plague 

3 Sara dau. of John Ellet, frew' terer ; in the -fever 

11 John s. of Edward Hardin ; in the plague 

16 Elizabeth dau. of William Boos, pleastered ; in the plague 

17 [bJank] w. of John Kendell, porter; with blediiig 
25 Kattrine dau. of John Ellett, frewterer 

27 [blank] dau. Edward Hardin, brewer 

28 Captayn Loo s. of M"" Arthor Loo and Susanna his w., in Doctor Sanies 

pew next unto the chancell 
Oct. 1 Iblctnk] s. of M'' Giles Strapp, clarke, in the plague, in the pew next unto 
the pulpett an next unto the allye Eoum for man or woman, Left 

19 M" Strapp w. of M"" Gills Strapp, gut., in the pew next to the pulpett 

21 M"" Gills Strapp, gnt., in the allye by here sid 
Nov. 5 Melldred dau. of John Somes, vettller; in the plague 

30 John Bell, embrotherer; in the plague 
Dec. 2 John s. of Steven Goddord, brotherer 

19 Elyzabeth dau. of Thomas Eatcleff 
Feb. 24 M'' Thomas Mattershed, in the chanssell, under the great stone 

1637. 

April 1 [blank] dau. of John Kennard and Cattrine his w. 
6 [blank] s. of M' Eobart Clarke, dyer 



Burials. 



^19 



April 17 M" Tomlenes w. of M'" Eichard Tomlens, pursevant, in the churclie 
right aganst the churchwardens pew 
28 An dau. of Fardenando Joyn, clothworker 
May 24 Ihlanh] s. of Henry Inman, smith 
June 1 Thomas Yede, watterman -mi 

12 Ther was a woman buryed out of Bemiet's howse m Treg laue, cam 

from Cambreg 
16 [Uanlc] s. of Henry lumau, smith 
July 1 John Wettcom, taller ; in the plague 

2 Henry Inman' s wyfe's sesster ; in the plague 

13 A' child of Wedow Wettcom's ; in the plague 
Aug. 18 Eichard Mabbs 

21 John Eedin, provterer [sic] p t j 
Sept. 5 Eichard Tomlens, purssevaut unto the Lord Bussop of London 
Dec. 26 Thomas Ellece, taller 

1638. 

Aug. 2 G-iles Brown 

15 Sara dau. of Henry Tomson, brotherer 

22 John Heggenbottom, brotherer 

26 Sara dau. of Eichard Jurdin ; in the small pox, a cresom 

Sept. 17 William Stansbye, prentter, in the chancell _ ^ ^ . 

21 Elizabethe dau. of Eichard .Jurdin, clothworker ; in convullcion, an luliant 

27 John Kennard of 8 years of age, the sonn of John Kennard, vittler, 

the first for the vesitacion 

Oct. 7 Frances Shally, wedow, a penchoner 

8 John StafEerton a cressom of John Stafferton, dark 

19 Jane Wyllams, a mayd out of Mabb's howse 

Dec 3 Wyllam s. of Giles Strap, decessed, 3 years of age 

Jan. 7 John Laye, an Irish man, out of M'' Kennard's howse 

12 Mathew Joons, prentice to John EUett, frewterer 

Feb. 15 Joyssyan Dugles, wyddow, a penchener 

19 John s. of John Ollyver, decessed, 5 years old 

21 Ann Parker, servant unto James Hurd 

1639. 

April 6 Eebecka dau. of Cutberd Dasson, deyer 

May 30 Eichard s. of Eichard Aldrug, brecklayer, a cressom 

June 25 John s. of John Westerman, dyer, a cressom 

July 10 Sara dau. of Anthony Stanlake, a cressom 

16 Mary dau. of Thomas Irland, with consumpcon, an infant 

17 Ollyver Coxhed, weddower, aud free of the Grossers ; m consumpcon 
5 Ann the w. of Jamea Arnoll, a centre woman ; in consumpcon 

Sept 3 John s. of Thomas Howkin, taller 

5 Elizabeth dau. of James Mericke, verkinman, a cressom 

Oct 10 Heasster w. of John Wessterman 

17 Alecssander s. of M'' Alecssander Bybie, gent., a cressom 

Dec. 6 William Marshall, fruterer . , i^ j 

7 Eichard Brown s. of Widow Brown dwelling in the Dragonn yard 

8 John s. of Edmond Lauglye, taller 

Jan. 6 [hlanh] w. of John Mericke 

28 Bennet Salter, clarke 

M^" Edwabd Mabbeow, Parson 

fj Simon Sturgiss ^ churchwardens 
M'" John Madduckes J 
Thomas French was addmited clarke the 21^'^ of Jenewarye 1639 



220 REGISTERS Of St. tETER, PAULAS WHARE. 

1639 

Feb. 24 Ann w. of Thomas Morgan, in the churchyarde att y* further end m a 

coffin 
Mar. 16 Groge Themblepharpe, in the churchyarde att y« further end in a coffin 

att y* charge of y* parish 

1640. 

April 29 Jacob s. of William "Waymer, in y* churchyarde under y* closter 

windoe, in a coffin 
May 22 Isaac s. of M"" Isaac Knight, Esquier, in y* quire, ia a coffin 

22 Jane dau. of John Fragsham, in y« churchyarde, in a coffiii 

23 Judith dau. of Walter Aston, waterman, in the churchyarde, in a coffin 
June 15 Thomas Smith, cooke, in the suth eile of y'' bodye of y^ church 

15 John s. of Kichard Hallemore, in the churchyarde 
20 M' Bowyers' still born dau., in y^ bodye of y^ church, in a box 
July 4 M""^ Alee Bowyer w. of Hugh Bowyer, brewer, in the suth He of 
bodye of y^ church 

20 Ellena dau. of Edward Quinton, in churchyarde, in a coffin by y* walle 
Aug. 1 Samuell s. of Peter Booker, dyer, in churchyard, coffined 

3 John s. of Eobert Maratt, taller, in churchyard, in a coffin 

6 Jovisse s. of Mathew Urewre, hot presser, in the churchyard, coffined 

11 John s. of Cuttbert Dawson, dyer, in churchyard, coffined 

24 Richard Cannall, servant to M'' Stow, frewterer, in the new churchyard, 

in a coffin ; Plague 
Sept. 7 Richard Lasse, in the church, middle Isle 

10 John Headle, servant to Robbert Marritt, tailor, in the new church- 
yard, in a coffin -, Plague 
17 Marye Whithead, servant to Mathew Drewrye, hot presser, in the new 

churchyard J Plague 
19 Martha w. of Mathew Drewrye, aud William their son, both in a coffin, 
in the new churchyard ; Plague 
Oct. 13 Steven Humbleton, drayman, in a coffin, in the new churchyard j Plague 

26 Dorritte Cock, widow, in the middle of the churchyard, in a coffin 
Nov. 16 M" Erin w. of Grorge Earin, Imbroderer, and a crissom child of theres, 
both in a coffin iu the churchyard ; Plague 
19 Grorge Earin, Imbroderer, in the churchyard, in a coffin ; Plague 

21 James s. of John Mittin, Imbroderer, in the new churchyard j Plague 
Dec. 19 Joyce Saxeton, widow, in the church behind the font 

26 Richarde Reess, clarke to D"" Reess, under the great stone by the 
church door 
Jan. 17 Margaritt Greene, widow, in the churchyard under the wall by the 
cloister window, iu a coffin 
21 John s. of John Madoxe, dyer, under the third pew of the women in 
the south aisle 
Andrew Gowland, sadler, in the new churchyard, in a coffin 
William s. of Abraham Porter, tailor, in the churchyard 
Ann dau. of Richard Smith, stonecutter, in the churchyard 
Elizabeth dau. of Gorge Hay ward, dyer, in the churchyard 

1641. 

Thomas Borman, dyer, in the church goeng up to the bellferye 
The widdoe Eles, in the churchyard, in a coffin 
Marye w. of James Bearde, in the churchyard 

Elizabeth dau. of William Slade, hook and eye maker, in the church- 
yard, coffined 
John s. of John Giasster, dyer, in the churchyard 



Feb. 


14 


Mar. 


5 




9 




15 


June 


2 




5 




5 


July 


25 


Sept. 


8 



JBURIALS. 221 

1641 

Sept. 8 Widow Cool, in the churchyard 

14 A still born child of Ellen Elmores, out of M} Hourd's house 
20 John s. of John Studtle, bever maker, in the churchyard 
23 James Merrick, Firkin man, in the new churchyard ; Plague 
Oct. 2 Hana dau. of Walter Aston, waterman, in the churchyard 

6 Catheru dau. of James Merricke, Firkin man, in the new churchyard ; 

Plague 
8 James s. of James Merricke, Firkin man, in the new churchyard; 

Plague 
8 John s. of William Waymer, in the churchyard 
Thomas Ireland, corwindder, in the churchyard 
Robert Marritt, tailor, in the churchyard 
Robert s. of Robert Maritt, tailor, in the churchyard ; Plague 
M'^ Warde, widow, in the church under M"^* Lowes pew 
Widow Maritt w. of Robert Maritt, tailor, in the churchyard 
Theodorass s. of M"" Collye, Registrar, in the church 
Robert Bowden, dyer, in the lower end of the church 
Margeritt Page dau. of Widow Page, in the churchyard 
Francis [Elizabeth struck out] Browne, widow, in the church 
Marthaw dau. of John Browne, bricklayer, in the churchyard 

1642. 

Esther dau. of Isack Finch, dyer, in the churchyard 

Elizabeth dau. of Isack Finch, dyer, in the churchyard 

Richard s. of Isack Finch, dyer, in the churchyard 

Peter s. ot" Isacke Finch, dyer, in the churchyard 

John Homes, servant to M'" Turgiss, in the churchyard ; drowned 

Richard Jordween, clothworker, in the church under uppermost pew 

next the reading place 
Thomas Tofeeld, dyer 
Rosse dau. of Thomas [John struck out] Dowell, porter, in the new 

churchyard 
Anturne Hounbleton, in the new churchyard 

Thomas Finch, Deputy, in the chancell under the pew next the street 
Phillip Flewellen, stranger, in the churchyard 
Elizabeth dau. of William Monye, collier, in the churchyard 
Robbert s. of Greorge Bush, in the churchyard 
Marye dau. of Richai'd Smith, mason, in the churchyard 
Susana dau. of Thomas Howkine, tailor, in the churchyard 
Jude dau. of Henery Inman, smith, in churchyard 
Richarde s. of AUicksander Bennet, fruiterer, in the churchyard 
Ann dau. of Theadoras Collye, Prockter, in the church under M'^ 

Lowes pew 
Rinall HoUinsworth, dyer, in the church under the first pew near the 

reading place 
Elizabeth w. of Henuary Inman, smith, in the churchyard 
Rebecka dau. of Robbert Dickins, printer, in the churchyard 
Elizabeth w. of Steven Stow, fruiterer, in the churchyard 
Suzana dau. of Richard Jordwen, clothworker, in the churchyard 
[blank] w. of John Fransham, dyer, in the churchyard 
Henary Inman, smith, in the new churchyard 
Edward s. of Jarvis Farbarne, in the churchyard 
[blank'] dau. of M"^* Griges, widow, in the church in the aile behind the 

pulpit 
Mar. 6 Alse Smith, widow, in the church under the 3'^'' pew of the mens in the 

middle row 



Nov, 


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28 


Dec. 


17 




22 




22 




23 




28 


Jan. 


29 


Feb. 


19 




26 


Mar. 


26 


April 


116 
17 




24 


May 


2 
11 




28 


June 


8 


July 


8 
13 


Aug. 


9 


Sept. 


15 
23 




27 


Nov. 


5 




5 




13 




21 


Dec. 


10 




13 




15 




20 




30 


Jan. 


5 




16 




30 


Feb. 


15 



^22 REGISTERS OF S*. PETJER, PAULAS WHA^F. 

1643. 

April 26 Richard Wyan, stranger, in the churchyard, east end 

May 2 Ann Williams, widow, in the churchyard near to the wall 

8 William Bereman, dyer, in the churchyard towards the cloister 

12 W^illiam s. of Thomas Rattliph, printer, in churchyard 

12 Simon Turgiss, woodmonger, in the church by the vestry 

June 18 Dorritte w. of George Roulins, clotherworker, in the churchyard 

July 7 A stillborn child of Richard HoUimore, ia the churchyard, coffined 

10 Thomas s. of Richard Shippe, in the churchyard, coffined 

29 Edward s. of John Pransham, in the churchyard, in a coffin 

Aug. 23 A still born child of Alicksander Bennitt, in the churchyard, coffined 

29 John s. of John Smith, in the new churchyard 

Sept. 8 Sarath w. of Thomas Cottin, aleman, and dau. of John Madox, in the 
church 

Oct. 20 Edward Squire, dyer, in the church by the cloister's pew door 
Sara dau. of Thomas Doewell, in the new churchyard 
John s. of Erancis Winter, in the new churchyard 

Dec. 26 Ann w. of Thomas Buckland, in the churchyard \ 

Jan. 15 Catherine w. of John Kinnard, cook, in the church \ 

18 Margeritt w. of John Cartwright, in churchyard \ 

27 Steven s. of Steven Godwing, in churchyard \ 

Feb. 10 Thomas Rycraft, brasell grinder, in the churchyard, coffined 

10 John Deverix, in the churchyard 

Mar. 23 Thomas Laker, tallowchandler, in the churchyard, in a coffin 

1644. • 

April 5 Steven Waymor, in the churchyard by the door, in a coffin 

Thomas Baker and Edward Tewman, churchwardens \ 

Alee Canler, stranger, in the middle of the churchyard, coffined 

Thomas s. of Richard Nickes, in the churchyard 

Mary dau. of Robert Clarke, dyer, in the church by the churchwardens'' 

pew 
Alee w. of Robert Clarke, dyer, in the church by the Poor box 
[blank'] Griges, widow, in the churchyard, in a coffin 
Alee Carter, out of M^' Clarke's house, in the church by the Poor Box 
[blank] Williams son in law to Richard Warner, vintner, in the south 

aisle next the street 
Debera Nicks w. of Richard Nicks, cooper, in the churchyard, in a 

coffin 
Edie w. of Walter Price, in the new churchyard i 

Margerit w. of John Gloster, dyer, in the church under the pulpit \ 

Prances Baker, widow, in the quire under the pulpit ^ 

A vacant space of two lines here. 

Elizabeth Evens, widow, in the churchyard, in a coffin 

John Kinnard, in the church beneath the uppermost pew under the 

pulpit 
Edward s. of Edward Davis, in the churchyard, in a coffin 
Elizabeth dau. of Richard HoUemore, in the churchyard, coffined 

1645. 

May 1 Edward s. of Edward Harden, in the new churchyard 

[no date] Thomas s. of Edward Harden, in the new churchyard 

16 Sarah w. of Richard Chilltom, in the new churchyard 

Thomas s. of Francis Winter, in the new churchyard 



June 
July 
Aug. 


1 
3 
9 


Sept. 


15 

15 

20 

2 




20 


Oct. 

Nov. 


5 
6 


Dec. 
Jan. 


29 

14 


Feb. 


22 
6 



BURIALS. 223 



1645 



[blankl w. of [blank] Perse, stranger, in the churchyard, coffined 

July 14 Nicholas Okes, dyer, in the churchyard, coffined 

22 Marye dau. of John Binnion, dyer, in the churchyard, coffined 
Aug. 23 Abraham Porter, in the church in the middle aisle next the quire 
Sept. 22 Elizabeth Wilson, in churchyard, coffined 

Dec. 20 Isaac s. of Steven Stow, in churchyard 

Feb. 9 Ellen Hallse, in the churchyard 

13 Grace Squire, in the church 

21 [blank] dau. of Thomas Roberts, in the churchyard, coffined 

23 Elizabeth dau. of Jarvis Farbarn, in the churchyard 
Mar. 3 William s. of Thomas Cooke, in the churchyard, coffined 

21 Thomas s. of Tliomas Hawkins, in the new chui'chyard 

23 Kathern w. of John Cartwright, in the churchyard, coffined 

24 William Monye, in the churchyard 

1646. 

April 6 John Cillitt, in the churchyard 

25 Joseph Alston, in the churchyard 

27 John s. of Herculas Cozer, in the churchyard 
May 1 William s. of Lewes Hunt, in the churchyard, coffined 

A vacant space of two lines here. 

Alice w. of Thomas Baker, in the church, in the middle aisle 

Frances dau. of Robert Dickins, in the churchyard, coffined 

Sarath w. of Barthellmew Fiulks, fruiterer, in the churchyard 

Jone Roules, in the churchyai'd 

John s. of Robert Coste, in the churchyard 

Greorge Hay ward, in the churchyard, coffined ; Plague 

Marinanduke Floyd, grandchild to M^ Low, in the church 

Sarath dau. of John Tiffin, in the churchyard ; Plague 

Katherne Jorden, in the churchyard 

Stephen Gaile, in the churchyard 

Thomas Gotten, grandchild to John Madox, in the church ; Plague 

John Miller and his wife, both in a grave in the churchyard 

Thomas Morgan, in the churchyard 

Jane dau. of John Tiffin, in churchyard ; Plague 

Thomas Droope, in the churchyard 

Jone w. of John Tiffin, in churchyard 

John Tiffin, in the churchyard ; Plague 

William Rutland, in the eliurchyard ; Plague 

William s. of William Slayde, in the churchyard 

Maryan dau. of AVilliam Slayde, iu the churchyard 

Sarath dau. of Edward Davis, in the churchyard 

Elizabeth w. of Hugh Tanner, in the chui'ch 

Thomas Powell, in the churchyard 

William Halye, in churchyard 

1647. 

Anne w. of Thomas Randall, in the church 
Elizabeth dau. of Stephen Bey, in the churchyard 
Sarath dau. of Richard Cornye, in the churchyard 
Mary w. of Peter Lewis, in churchyai'd 

M'" James Medlecote, churchwarden 

Anne dau. of Richard [blank], in the churchyard 
William Purchase, in the churchyard 
John Baratt, in the churchward 



June 


7 


July 


3 
5 




11 




18 


Aug. 


6 




11 




15 




17 




27 




27 




29 




31 


Sept. 


3 

8 




11 




12 




25 




28 


Oct. 


3 


Nov. 


30 


Jan. 


23 


Feb. 


20 




26 


Mar. 


25 




25 




27 


April 30 


May 30 
June 10 




13 



224 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1647 

Aug. 5 Mary dau. of Docter George Eglyombee, in the church 

13 Jane w. of Latham Speede, in the church 

14 Sarah Wallis, in churchyard 

16 Peter s. of Thomas Boules, in churchyard 

16 Ester dau. of Thomas Cooke, in churchyard 
31 Francis s. of .Tames Havill, in churchyard 

Sept. 1 Thomas and Sarah s. and dau. of Jarvis Earbarn, in the churchyard 

14 William s. of William Shaw, in the church 

14 Kobert s. of l^obert Clarke, dyer, in the church 

17 Judith dau. of John Smith, in churchyai'd 
22 John s. of John Perce, miller, in churchyard 

Oct. 21 Fi'uucis Sheldon, gentleman, in the church 

Dec. 7 Marye dau. of Edmon Bryan, in the church 

11 Richard Bragg, in the quire 

Jan. 17 James s. of Thomas French, clarke, in the churchyard 

18 Elizabeth w. of liichard Chitwin, in the church 
18 John Actou, Esquire, in the chaucell 

Feb. 22 Kobert Randoulgh, gentleman, in the quire 

Mar. 4 Charles s. of John Williams, minister, in the chancell 

22 Edmond Bryan, in the church 

1648. 

April 4 Katherine Powell, in churchyard 

June 18 Francis Barber, in the church 

Aug. 9 John s. of John Croker, in the church 

Sept. 14 Thomas s. of John Waker, dyer, in the churchyard 

16 Sarah dau. of Eichard Aldridge, in churchyard • 
Oct. 28 Elizabeth \v. of Samuell Browne, dyer, in the church 

Dec. 2 Jann dau. of .John Steed, in the church 

27 John s. of John Body, clothworker, in the churchyard 

Jan. 18 Thomas s. of John Aungier, minister, in the churchyard 

1649. 

Mar. 30 Edmond Simmons, minister, in the church 

31 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Eaudall, in churchyard 

April 6 Abygall Charnock, widow, in the church 

May 27 John Smith's child, m the churchyard 

June 18 William Segar, joiner, in the churchyard 

20 [blank} dau. of John Smith, stiller, in churchyard 

July 3 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Page, in the churchyard 

Aug. 19 Ellin w. of John Clarke, clothworker, in churchyard 

20 Mary w. of John Eoberts, Innholder, in churchyard 
Sept, 11 Elizabeth Stansbee, widow, in. the chancell 

15 Anne dau. of John Sweybee, in churchyard 
27 Dorothy Deverix, widow, in the churchyard 

Oct. 12 Mary Pendarvis, in the church 

18 Jane w. of John Madox, dyer, in the church 

21 Nicholas Hunt, carpenter, in churchyard 

Dee. 1 Charles s. of John Williams, minister, in the chancell 

13 Joseph Fry, servant to M'' Bishop 

17 Abraham s. of Richard Hollimore, in the churchyard 
Jan. 23 John s. of John Hunt, vintner, in churchyard 

Mar. 1 Joyce Nickcols, in the churchyard 

9 Mary Gunings, in the churchyard 

15 Susana Turgis, widow, in the quire 



BURIALS. 225 



1650. 



April 25 Lydia w. of James Mydhope, in the quire 

M'' Francis Hollinworth, churchwarden 

July 1 Euth dau. of Henry Page, in churchyard 

18 Anne dau. of Mathew Savege, vitler, in the churchyard 

19 Dorcus dau. of William Johnson, dyer, in the churchyard 
Sept. 13 "Widow Senden, in the churchyard 

Oct. 8 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Sanders, cooper, in the churchyard 

28 Anne dau. of William Bayley, Plaisterer, in the churchyard 

28 Carolina Marina dau. of John Williams, Minister, in the chancel! 

29 Luke Eawson, in the church 

Peb. 22 Eichard s. of John Croker, merchant 

1651. 

April 13 Sarah dau. of Thomas Juery, drayman, in the churchyard 

May 10 Eobert Cocks, in the churchyard 

12 A still born child of Edmond Eichman, in the churchyard 
17 Elizabeth dau. of John Body, in churchyard 

June 3 Anne w. of Eobert Clarke, dyer, in the church 

Aug. 11 Thomas Gurney, victler, in the church 

23 Alice dau. of William Darnell, in churchyard 

29 James Medlicote the youngei', dyer, in the quire 

Sept. 5 John s. of James Erisbee, dyer, in the church 

23 Benjamen s. of Eichard Hollymor, in the churchyard 

Oct. 1 John Martinn, gentleman, in the church 

23 John s. of John Mayne, in the churchyard 
Nov. 19 Widow Okes, in churchyard 

24 Eichard s. of John Mayne, in churchyard 
Dec. 7 John s. of Thomas Linnall, in churchyard 

8 Danell s. of Edmond Eichman, in churchyard 

21 Winifrett w. of John Clarke, in churchyard 
Jan. 7 [blanki Hernn, in churchyard 

23 Ellen Simson, widow, in the churchyard 

Eeb. 20 Allixander s. of Allixander Bennett, in churchyard 

Mar. 19 Thomas s. of Thomas Juery, in churchyard 

22 Sarah dau. of John Evans, in churchyard 

1652. 

April 26 Margerye dau. of Henry Fry, in clmrchyard 

28 Thomas s. of Henry Eillpot, in churchyard 

May 14 Thomas Baker, seller to the Company of Dyers, in the church 

M-- George Bush 1 churchwardens 
M' Eichard Aldridge J 

June 5 Mary dau. of Thomas Juery, drayman, in churchyard 

13 Jane w. of Eobert Scutter, in the church 
July 30 Edward s. of John Eidgeley, in churchyard 

Sept. 21 Mary dau. of Mary Deverell, widow, in churchyard 

22 Anne dau. of John Light, clothworker, in churchyard 

Oct. 9 John s. of John Williams, Minister, in the chancel 

15 Anthony Wyldon, Minister, in the church 

19 Hugh Tanner, silkdyer, in the church 

Nov. 3 Edward Yeamans, silkdyer, in the church 

TOL. IV, . G G 



226 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1652 

Nov. 18 Mary dau. of Jobe Boulton, brewer, in the church 

20 [blank'\ s. of Eobert Cost, clothworker, in churchyard 

Dec. 12 Katherine Morgan, in churchyard 

28 John Eawson, draper, in the church 

Jan. 19 Peter Siptharpe, in churchyard 

Feb. 23 Prances dau. of John Waker, dyer, in churchyard 

27 Elizabeth dau. of [blank'] Light, clothworker, in churchyard 

Mar. 2 Widow Graves, in churchyard 

22 John s. of Eice Edwards, Pirkin man, in churchyard 

22 Charles Trew, Minister, in churchyard 

1653. 

April 26 *James s. of Thomas French, in churchyard 
May 2 *Mary dau. of John Sweybee, in churchyard 

[End of Book A.] 



BOOK B. 

[The title of this Book is given in the Christenings. The first page is repeated 
in the same Book among the Christenings (1769), and in some cases descriptions 
are added. Such descriptions are shewn below in italics. — Ed.] 

BUEIALS. 

1653. 

Begun the 26*'' dale of Aprill 1653. 
M"" Eichard Aldridg and M'^ Eichard Heydon, Churchwardens 

April 26 James s. of Thomas French 

May 2 Mary dau. of John Sweybee 

Sept. 30 Eichard s. of Thomas Lynnall 

Oct. 24 Eobert s. of Eobert Dickinson 

Nov. 19 M"^ Hugh Bowyer, senior. Brewer 

Dec. 9 Barbery White, W. 

Jan. 3 John Clarke, clothworker 

12 Henry Haydon, B. 

27 A still borne child of M'' James Sim son 

31 Henry Goulding, Gentleman 

Feb. 4 Sir Thomas Sherley, Knt. 

12 Mary Chappell, Widow 

11 Cibbell w. of William Gorton 
18 Nurse Jewett, Widow 

Mar. 8 Katherine w. of Morris Floyd 

12 Morris Jones, Plasterer 

1654. 
Mar. 28 William Gay, minister 

31 Ann dau. of Eichard Jones, Esq* 
April 2 William s. of Henry Jernigan and the Lady de la Chambers his wife 

* Repeated in Book B. — Ep, 



BURIALS. i^27 



1654 


April 2 
3 




13 




18 


May 


1 


June 13 




22 


July 


6 
29 


Aug. 


8 
17 




23 


Sept. 
Oct. 


3 
6 




19 


Nov. 


27 


Dec. 


1 




2 




15 




29 


Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


2 




13 




24 



Elizabeth dan. of John Body, clothworker 
[hlank'\ dau. of Richard Smyth, carman 
Ann dau. of William Davinport 
Francis Mewee, gentleman 
James s. of John Clarke, tooodmonger 



June 6 Richard Aldrider 1 ,-,, , , 

Richard Haydon | Churchwardens 



Walter s. of Robert Rogers 

Ashton Earsfield 

Eave dau. of Jobe Boulton 

Elizabeth dau. of William Robinson 

[blanh] dau. of Edward Husse 

Isaac Finch, dyer 

Abigail w. of Thomas Breedon 

Edward Drury, cooper 

Jone w. of Edward Hill 

Christopher Meddleton, vittler 

John Church, searvant to M'' Body 

Thomas s. of Samuell Francklyn, Prockter 

Richard Buckley, minister 

Phillis w. of Francis Hollinsworth 

Richard Corney, Imbroderer 

John s. of Samuell Browne, dyer 

William s. of Rice Bdwardes, Firckinman 

\hlanlc] Challener, Gentleman 

Elizabeth Jones, W. 

[The remainder of the page is blank. — Ed.] 

1655. 

Richard Haydon ) rn, t. j 
riT 7 1 ^ > Churchwardens 
{blank] J 

May 21 Penellape dau. of John Williams, minister 

July 4 Richard Chitwyn, dyer 

7 Mary dau. of M'^' Thomas Prestwich 

7 M"" Roger Phillipps, a lodger in M"^ Goodderidg's house 

11 M" Rose Mattershed, W. 

14 Hannah dau. of M"^ Machaill Campion 

17 M"" Robert Clarke, dyer 

Aug. 18 Edward s. of Francis Mattershed, dyer 

28 John Mabberley, servant to Thomas Mabberley, silk weaver 
Sept. 21 George Hewitt, porter 

27 Mary dau. of Thomas Hagley, plasterer 

29 Susanna dau. of Thomas Lynnall 
Oct. 8 Hellen w. of M"^ Thomas Meade 

31 Thomas s. of John Sweybee 

Nov. 3 Ann Barron, W. 

14 Hester Marsh, W. 

15 A still born child of Thomas King, dyer 

18 Thomas Lynnall, collyer 

30 Susanna dau. of William Johnson, dyer 
Dec. 10 Anna dau. of John Harwoock 

12 Edward Sutton, grocer 
12 Sarah dau. of John Blew 

19 John 8. of Thomas Sanders, cooper 

21 A still born child of Nicholas Symmons, bricklayer 



228 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAULAS WHA.RF. 

1655 

[blank'] w. of Oliver Tredwell 
Edward Mabberley, apprentice to Tto. Mabherley 
William Witcomb 
Sarah dau. of [blank'] Body- 
James 8. of Thomas Gardner, brewer's servant 
M""^ Jone Harriett, Gentlewoman 
Thomas s. of Thomas Watson, grocer 
John s. of John Williams, minister 

1656. 

March William Andrewes 



Jan. 


3 


Feb. 


7 




10 




13 




16 




29 


Mar. 


3 




15 



J 1 TT , / Churchwardens 

Mar. 25 Ann dau. of Thomas Jones, porter 

May 4 Edward s. of Eobert Dickens, printer 

4 Mary dau. of Alexander Ames 

26 Ealfe s. of John Harrison 

13 Lewis Hunt, Firkinman 
June 12 Dorothie Cranigde, W. 

14 Robert s. of Eobert Dickins, printer 
[no date] [blankl sister to M'' Body 

July 30 William g. of Thomas French, clarke 

Aug. 9 Thomas s. of Thomas Eames 

27 Elizabeth dau. of Jobe Bolton, brewer 
31 [blank] s. of John Clarke, woodmonger 

Sept. 8 Thomas Jones, porter 

9 [blank] dau. of Thomas Ivery, drayman 

23 E-ichard s. of Eichard Marett, gent. 

29 M-^^ Susan Hyde 

Oct. 8 A still born child of Thomas Sanders, cooper 

9 Elizabeth w. of Lewys Williams 

18 Jone w. of James Phillipps 
Nov. 3 Stephen Malbury, vitler 

19 Jane dau. of John Harrison 
Jan. 22 Benjamyn s. of William Slade 
Feb. 1 Francis s. of Thomas Barlow 

11 Jonathan s. of Dave Smyth, dyer 

Mar. 11 Eoger Ares, tailor 

16 William, a base born child 

1657. 

April M^ Hunt and M'' Browne, churchwardens 

April 5 Eichard Ballyard, gent. 

18 John Burton, gent. 

May 2 William Warring, seaman 

5 John Harrison, grocer 

9 Sara Hall, in the new churchyard 

June 1 Allyn s. of Thomas Bradrick 

1 Two still born children of John Body, clothworker 
13 Mary dau. of John Body, clothworker 

30 Eobert s. of Eobert Dickyns 

July 1 Francis s. of Solomon Winch, plasterer 

2 Mary dau. of Richard Hill 

8 Grace w. of Eichard Davis, and Grace his dau. 

18 Eichard s. of Eichard Davis 

20 [blank] dau. of William Darnell, frewterer 



BURIALS. 229 

1657 

July 27 Frances w. of Thomas Watson, and Frances their dau. 

Aug. 8 Hearie Tuffie, clothworker 

16 [blank^ the s. of Thomas [blank] 

19 Greorge Bush, brewer 

21 John s. of John Clarke, woodmonger 

Sept. 12 John Wallis 

Nov. 7 Paule s. of Paule Knell, minister 

17 [blank] w, of M»' Eichard Marett, gent. 
Dec. 22 Judeth dau. of Josheway Sedgwick, brewer 

30 Bridgegitt dau. of William, Lo. Whetherinton, and Elizabeth his Ladie 

Jan. 18 Alexander Aymes 

Feb. 3 Margaritt w. of John Banes, gent., and [blank] his wife 

21 Judeth dau. of John Bennett, fruiterer, and Susan his w. 

Mar. 1 Thomas Russell, Esquire, sonne and heire apparent of S"" William 
Russell of Strensham in the countie of Worcester 
7 Eice Edwards, Firkinman 
13 Katherin w. of John Cartwright 

20 Greorge s. of Samuell Francklyn, Proctor 

22 William s. of William Seaman 

1658. 

M' Browne and M' Smith, Churchwardens 

John Wouton, searvant to John Body, clothworker 

Peter, a foundling child 

M''^ [blank] Coppinger, w. 

Elizabeth dau. of Widdow Edwardes 

Sara dau. of Fardinando Asken, turner 

Eam Lamb, poor 

Samuell s. of John Clarke, woodmonger 

Ellin dau. of John Hunt, vintner 

James Browne, searvant to M"" John Clarke, woodmonger 

Margarett Harding, w. 

William Cole, porter 

John Madox, dyer 

Ann dau. of Thomas Christian 

Ann dau. of Eichard Aldridge, bricklayer 

John s. of Thomas Swane 

Dorcas dau. of William Byram, brewer 

Peter s. of James Phillipps 

Ann dau. of John Light 

Ann dau. of Eichard Hill, Tobaccopipe maker 

John s. of William Eobei'ts, bricklayer 

1659. 

M"^ Smith, Churchwarden 

April 1 Sarah dau. of Thomas Bailey, dyer 

16 Michaell Eevell, fishmonger 

May 21 William s. of William Harrison, dyer 

June 9 John s. of Thomas Palmer 

20 Francis s. of John Williams, minister 

Aug. 16 Thomas Haydon, Proctor 

31 Thomas s. of Thomas Hagley, Plasterer 

Sept, 5 Elizabeth dau. of John Hurst, brewer's searvant 

Oct. 1 Samuell s. of Hercules Brideson, silk dyer 



Mar. 


31 


April 


21 
27 


June 


7 




16 




30 


July 
Aug. 


2 

12 
22 


Sept. 


20 
24 




28 


Oct. 


1 




21 


Dec. 


12 


Jan. 


14 




15 


Mar. 


9 




21 



230 REGISTERS OF ST. i^ETER, PAUL's WHA 

1659 ^ ,^ 

Oct. 7 Samuell Avery, Esq' V 

12 Richard s. of Richard Eames 

25 Elizabeth Sherryn dau. in law to M"" Barton, merchant 

Jan. 6 Thomas Vertew, searvant to M' Grould, dyer v 

Mar. 9 Frances dau. of Francis Huntingford, barber surgeon ^. 

11 Elizabeth dau. of John Clarke, woodmonger 
17 WiddowTayler 

1660. 

M' Williams, Rector 

M' Slayde and 1 rn, t. j 

M^ Brewer ) Churchwardens 

April 17 [blank] s. of Peter Hager 

22 Christopher Tiler 

29 Christopher Cleyton 
May 12 Thomas G-ardner 

June 16 Bridgett Tooke dau. of Widdow Tooke 

July 9 Thomas Steevens 

9 Hannah dau. of "Widdow Tuke 

Aug. 25 Ann w. of Solomon Winch 

Sept. 6 iblank] s. of Thomas Eames, brewer's searvant 

7 Alexander Bennett, fruiterer 

12 William s. of Capt. John Clarke 

13 Mary dau. of Nicholas Tredwell, plasterer 

17 EUyn dau. of M'' Samuell Francklyn 
Oct. 18 Nicholas Church, searvant to M"" Body 

30 M' Ambrose Randolph, Esquire 

Nov. 25 Hannah dau. of Edward Newcombe, printer 

Dec. 4 A child of Arthur Hoult 

14 A child of Goodman Phillipps 
16 Walter Floyd, porter 

Jan. 14 Mary dau. of John Toundsen 

[no date] Robert Dickins 

Feb. 2 Ann dau. of John Hurst 

5 Margarett Page, W. 

15 Grace dau. of John Nelson 

18 Ann w. of Robert Widcocks, cooper 
22 Samuell s. of Samuell Ricketts 

Mar. 7 Sarah Weekes, W. 



15 Alice Howlbridge, W. 



1661. 



M"^ James Medlicot 1 ^, , , 
M>- John Body / Churchwardens 



April 12 [blank] dau. of Thomas Eames 

29 Barnard Hale, dyer 

June 25 M"" James Medlicote, dyer 

25 M'« Grace Pendarvis 

Aug. 14 Elizabeth dau. of Henry Stutfeeild, dyer 

Sept. 15 [blank] w. and Thomas s. of Edward Newcomb, printer 

22 William Spencer, draper 

Nov. 14 Henry Swarbrouck, searvant to M' Gildersley, dyer 

15 Phillip More, searvant to M"^^ Bridson 

24 Walter Dowller, drayman 

Dec. 12 Hannah dau. of Richard Hill 



BURIALS. 231 

1661 

Dec. 16 John Hunt, Vintner 

Feb. 12 Ellinor dau. o£ David Williams 

Mar. 13 Elizabeth Weller 

[The remainder of the page is blank. — En,] 

1662. 

March M*" John Body and Jobn Sibtharpe, Churchwardens 

Elizabeth dau. of Francis Huntingford 

Hannah dau. of M'' John Williams, Kector 

Abraham Dry 

John s. of Thomas Swane 

Jane Norris sister of Samuell Andrewes 

Jane dau. of James Phillipps 

Richard Haydon, tailor 

Francis Huntingford, barber 

Frances w. of Thomas Mash, tailer 

A still born son of Edward Worth, silk dyer 

Margarett Floyd, W. 

A still born child of William Wyatt, dyer 

Nicholas Slyfeeild, searvant to M"" Sawbridg 

Christopher s. of James Perky ns 

Elizabeth w. of Thomas Younge, gentleman 

E-ichard Emms child 

Suzan Cooke, W. 

M"" James Medlicott 

Elizabeth Tuck, W. 

Elizabeth Hunt, W. 

The Ladie Merrick 

Richard Chapule 

John Sibtharpe 

1663. 

Peter s. of Herculas Bridson 

Thomas s. of Isaack Sawbridg 

Elizabeth dau. of Richard Hill 

Clement Halsey 

Humfry Lufton, from S* Ann, Blackfryars 

Suzan Malbury, w. 

John the sonne and grandchild of John Gould [sec] 

Richard Harvey, brewer's searvant 

John Sambrouck, sugar baker 

Mary dau. of John Pocock, gent. 

John s. of Huster [blank^ 

1664. 

April 9 [blank'] 

23 Ann dau. of Robert Dickinson 
May 5 Thomas s. of Francis Estwick 



Mar. 


29 


April 
May 


8 
3 




26 


June 


4 




16 




16 


Aug. 


3 

4 




4 




14 


Oct. 


2 




9 




9 




22 


Dec. 


24 


Jan. 


13 




20 




27 


Feb. 


1 




27 


Mar. 


6 




12 


April 


1 3 
5 




9 


July 
Aug. 
Oct. 


18 
15 
23 




30 


Nov. 


21 


Dec. 


17 


Jan. 


6 


Mar. 


21 



1671. 



May 14 William Clarke 

Pec. 1 Phillip s. of David Smith 



232 



REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 
1672. 



July 28 Edmund Lawton 

Dec. 17 Margerie Hight 

Mar. 11 Henry Wiggens 

24 David Smith, senior 



1673. 



June 15 Catharine Cloudy 
July 15 Sarah Hollis 
Aug. 17 Mary Grinaway 

1674. 
Mar. 23 Edward s. of Edward Bayley 

1675. 

May 11 Edmond Medlycoate and Thomas Young 

14 William s. of William Heaies 

June 29 Anne Walker 

July 27 Mary dau. of John Degrave 

Sept. 28 Eranses Haveden 

Mar. 16 William s. of Mathew Andrews 

1676. 

April 6 Mary w. of Christophar Clowdey 

Aug. 6 Mary dau. of John Degrave 

13 Elizabeth w. of Ralph Outlaw 

Sept. 28 Anne dau. of George Knight 

30 Thomas Ayrhurst 

Oct. 19 William Dewell 

July 9 Mary Smith, foundling 

Nov. 14 Sarah dau. of Edmond Lawton 

30 Samuell Browne 

Jan. 5 Mary dau. of George Bryantt 

22 Ealph s. of Ealph Mailings 

1677. 

Mar. 26 George s. of Georg Bryantt 

May 11 Josianah w. of Hugh Joanes 

17 Mary dau. of Christophar Jeffereys 

June 18 Elizabeth dau. of William Dewell 

Oct. 25 Anne dau. of William Meads 

27 Charles s. of Marke Frost 

28 William s. of Eichard Tomsonne 
Nov. 6 John s. of Edward Bayly 

9 Sarah w. of Richard Wells 
14 Lenard Encoll 
Dec. 1 Martha dau. of Thomas Andrews 

End of Burials in Book B. 



BURIALS. 233 



BOOK C. 



BURIALS. 

This has the covers loose, and within the covers two loose blocks of Register. 
The first block has the title given below ; the other has each page headed " Burial Is 
in Woollen," except the first leaf, ou which is the following : "The register of the 
certificates that are given by the minister and church wardens for tuchiiig for the 
eivell." This is followed by these four entries: — 

1683-4 Mar. 23 Mary daugter of Robert Harburt 

1684 Oct. 31 Mary daugter of Marke ffrost 

1685 May 13 John Hockley and William Ward 
Nov. 20 Doarathie Sanders 

This block evidently belonged originally to the end of the book, as turning it 
the reverse way the entries will be found continued with the same head-line, 
whereas the part with the full title ends abruptly after eleven pages, and the 
remaining pages are ordinary burial entries continued m the main part of the 
book. There are a considerable number of blank leaves between the tw^o parts. 
These woollen entries supply some years for which there appears to be no other 
register. The registration of burials in woollen is continued in a tall, narrow, thin 
book from 1709 to July 1733. In this same narrow book are about a dozen mar- 
riages and a few pages of births. The woollen entries have been collated with 
the regular burial entries, and additions and variations noted. 

Cfte ilegisiUr 33oolt 

ijdcijtgmg to 

^t peters;, ^auls OTftarf imi^i) m ilonticin, 

aceorbutff to 

9(11 9[ct of parliament 

for 

Burpmg: m OTooIIeit. 

aimio vvv Caroli 2 3Hegisi» 



1678. 

Aug. 11 Buried a still born child of Richard Wihnot's 

17 Richard Wilmot of this parish made Oath before Sir William Turner, 
one of His jMajesties Justices of Peace, &c. That his child Avas 
Buried in Woollen according to the Act of Parliament 

-nrr-i f Joaue LauB 

'^^^"^^^^n William Tomkins 

[Por eleven pages the entries are in this form, but are here abbreviated.] 

Aug. 16 A still born child of Christopher Beamont's. Affidavit made Aug. 19 by 

Christopher Beamont of this parish. Witnesses, William Tomkins 

and Elizabeth Gynes 
22 Anne dau. of Amos Avery. Aff. made Aug. 24 by Amos Avery before Sir 

Robert Hanson. Witnesses, Mary Gould and Bridget Grildersleeve 
Sept. 6 Thomas Atkinson, servant to Mary Gould. Aff. made Sept. 12 by 

Amos Avery of this parish before Sir William Turner. Witnesses, 

Mary Gold and Sarah Hollis 

VOL. IT. H H 



234 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAL'L'S WHARF. 

1678 

Nov. 4 "William Bromham. Aff. made Nov. 6 by Anne Stoppard of S* Leonard, 

Shoreditch, Middx. "Witnesges, John Wasbonrne and "William 

Tomkins 
15 Mary Mattershead. Aff. made Nov. 19 by Michael Grundie of this 

parish. "Witnesses, Bridget Gildersey and "William Tomkins 
Jan. 4 Christian Holdsworth, a dyer's child. Aif. made .Tan. 11 by Marparet 

Creswell of S* Dunstan in the West, London, before Sir John 

Frederick. "Witnesses, Eoger Holdsworth and Alice Ensall 
31 William Whitaker, a child. Aff. made Feb. 4 by Elizabeth Beaumont 

of this parish before Sir Thomas Davis. "Witnesses, Sarah Dally 

and Edward Meysey 

1679. 

April 4 Christopher Cloudie, a porter. Aff. made April 9 by Willebeard 

A¥atts of S* Mary MounthaAv, London, before Sir William Turner. 

Witnesses, Mary Bruuifield and Sarah Bolton 
11 George Clarke. Aff made April 16 by Anne Wollaston of S' Michael, 

Queen Hythe, London. Witnesses, Joyce Allen and Thomas 

Poynett 
15 Anne Baker. Aff. made April 16 by Esther Catts of Edmonton, 

Middx., before Sir Robert Hanson, that Anne dau. of John Baker 

was buried, &e. AVitnesses, Bridget Guilderslee, Frances Swidnell 
17 A still born child of George Roffey's. Aff. made April 18 by Alice 

Coars of this parish before Sir William Turner. AVit., Mary Lee 

and William Tomkins 
May 23 Eichard Norman. Aff. made May 28 by Elizabeth Norman of this 

parish. Wit., Katharine Sanders and Will. Tomkins 
June 18 George Knight. Aff. made June 20 by Elizabeth Blackey of S^ Anne, 

Blackfryers. Wit., Elizabeth Drake and William Tomkins 
July 2 John Conney who was drowned. Aff. made July 10 by Thomas 

Conney of S* Dunstan in the West. Wit., AVilliam Tomkins and 

William Bence 
17 Anne dau. of Capt. Clarke. Aff. made July 23 by Sarah Hooke of 

S* Nicholas Cole Abbey before Sir Eobert Hanson. Wit , Martha 

Nichols and Frances Widnell 
Aug. 25 Elizabeth Drake. Aff. made Aug. 29 by Elizabeth Curtis of this 

parish before Sir William Turner. Wit., AVilliam Tomkins and 

Margaret Drake 
Nov. 23 George Mount Zachary, servant to Sir Mich. Hicks. Aff. made 

Nov. 26 by Mary Eustace of this parish. Wit., Anne Taylor and 

William Tomkins 
Jan. 5 Christopher Beamount, a ])orter's child. Aff. made Jan. 10 by Chris- 
topher Beamont of this parish, the father. AVit., Frances Stanley 

and William Tomkins 
[no dale] John Treadwell. Aff. made Jan. 13 by John Bailey of Enfield, Middx., 

that .John s. of John Treadwell was buried, &c. AVit., John Bailey 

and William AVard 
25 Anne AVells. Aff. made Jan. 25 by Susanna Speed of this parish. 

Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 
Feb. 4 Henry Bishop. Aff. made Feb. 10 by Blanch Bishop of this parish. 

Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 

1680. 

April 21 Anne Shepherd. Aff. made April 26 by Julian Wilkins of S* Giles, 
Cripplegate, London. Wit., Elizabeth Autver and AVilliam Tomkins 



BURtALS. 235 

1680 
May 25 Robert Todde. Aff. made May 27 by Mary Todde. "Wit., Elizabeth 

Davis and Edward Taylor 
June 10 Joane Anderson. AfE. made June 14 by Joane Anderson of this 
parish. Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 
22 William Bradshaw. Aff. made June 28 by Mary Catlin of S' Mary 

Somerset. Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 
28 F.'-ancis Crundie. Aff. made July 2 by Anne Do well of this parish. 
Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 
July 18 Jane Bowden. Aff. made July 23 by Elizabeth Eoberts of the Wick 
in Hampton upon Thames, before Thomas G-alley, gent. Wit., 
Jona. Nicholls, Geo. Cliarlewood 
Aug. 28 Susanna Grorst. Aff. made Aug. 31 by Richard Heme of S' Sepulchre's. 

Wit., Richard Heme and William Ward 
Sept. 2 Anne How. Aff. made Sept. 7 by Hannah How of this parish. Wit., 
William Tomkins and John Davies 
4 Mary Thompson. Aff. made Sept. 11 by William Ward of this parish. 

Wit., William Tomkins and John Davies 
10 Anne Wells. Aff. made Sept. 11 by William Ward. Wit., William 
Tomkins and John Davies 
Elizabeth Carpenter. Aff. made Oct. 21 by Margaret Lewis of S' 
Andrew Wardrobe, London. Wit., William Ward and William 
Tomkins 
Nov. 1 Henry Grreenway. Aff. made Nov. 8 by John Pitts of S' Nicholas 
Cole Abbey, London. Wit., William Ward and William Tomkins 
2 William Calvart. Aff. made Nov. 8 by Anne Chatfield of this parish. 
Wit., W. Ward and W. Tomkins 
[«o date] Modestie Flood. Aff. made Feb. 8 by William Ward, dark of this 
parish. Wit., W. Tomkins 

1681. 

Mar. 28 Samuel Groldiug. Aff. made April 4 by William Ward, dark of this 

parish, before me, James Clifford, curate of S' Gregory by Paul's, 

London. Wit., John Stanley and Mary May 
31 Seth Wiggins. Aff. made April 4 by William Ward, dark of this 

parish, before me, James Clifford, curate of S' Gregory by Paul's, 

London. Wit., John Stanley and Mary May 
[no date] Priscilla Browne, without a minister. Aff. made April 27 by William 

Ward, dark of this parish, before Sir William Turaer. Wit., W. 

Tomkins 
April 22 Daniel Wilson. Aff. made April 27 by Anne West of this parish. 

Wit., Will. Ward 
May 12 Thomas Faulkner. Aff. made May 19 by Margaret Deacon that 

Thomas son of William Faulkner was buried, &c. Wit., W. 

Tomkins 
June 22 Joseph Packer. Aff. made June 22 by Mary Todde before M'" James 

Clifford, minister of S' Gregory bv Paul's, London. Wit., W. 

Ward 
30 Mary Page. Aff. made July 7 by Mary Crawell. Wit., W. Ward 
July 10 Joane Smith. Aff. made July 11 by Katheriue Crump of S^ Bridget's. 

Wit., W. Ward 
19 Margrett Parker. Aff. made July 19 by Mary Todd of this parish. 

Wit., W. Ward 
19 Margrett Outlaw. Aff. made July 19 by W. Ward of this parish. 

Wit., Mary Todd 
Aug. 4 Edward Bailey. Aff. made by Hauah Tomlinson of this parish. Wit,, 

Mary May and W. Ward 



236 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1681 
Sept. 5 Joseph Harding. Aff. made by Aim Dowell of this parish. Wit., 

yi. Ward and Thomas Eead 
Nov. 4 Henery Grenway. AfE. made by Augustin Threlfa of S' Sepulchre's. 

Wit., W. AVard aud Mary May 
Dec. 24 David Degrave. Aff. made by Joyse Day of Christ Church, London, 

that David s. of David Degrave was buried, &c. Wit., W. Ward 

and AV. Tomkins 
24 Bengiamine Wigins. Aff. made by Jane Adams of S' Saviour, South- 

■wark, that Bengiamine s. of Jane Wigins was buried, &c. Wit., 

W. Ward and AV. Tomkins 
Nov. 24 Alice Wallden. Aff. made Dec. 2 by Dorathie Beard of S' Benett, 

Paul's AA'harfe, before Sir AVilliam Turner. AVit., William Ward 

and Thomas Flow^er 
Mar. 14 John Ursell. Aff. made March 16 by Elizabeth Bailey of this parish. 

Wit., W. Ward 

1682. 

June 1 Elizabeth Clirofud. Aff. made June 2 by Alis Corexson of S* James, 
Garlickhight, before Sir George Waterman. AVit., Eichard Haille 
and Charles Saulsbery 

14 John Tomlinson. Aff. made June 20 by William Ward of this parish 

before M' James Clifford, Minister. Wit., Mary May 
Aug. 6 Elizabeth Burall. Aff. made Aug. 7 by Sarah Braine before 
Sir AA^illiam Turner. Wit., W. Tomkins 

15 *Aff. made 18 inst. bv Elinor Steevens that George Knight was buried, 

&c. Wit., AV. Tomkins 

16 *Aff. made 18''^ inst. by Judith Crooke that Anthony Einglish was 

buried, &c. Wit., AV. Tomkins 
Oct. 7 William Faulkner. Aff. made Oct. 10 by W. Ward. Wit., W. Tomkins 
Nov. 12 Eobart Wells. Aff. made Nov. 17 by W. Ward. Wit., AV. Tomkins 
19 Elizabeth Harbart. Aff. made Nov. 27 by Elizabeth Baylie before 

James Clifford, minister. Wit., W. Ward 

The end of the yeare 82.t 

1682-3. 

Jan. 2 Sarah dau. of Thomas Eogers 

Dec. 24 Charles Willsonne 

Mar. 6 John s. of John Bee 

4 James Sabee 

1683. 

Mar. 29 Eebeckah Andersonne 

April 28 Seath s. of Seath Wiggins 

May 24 Joseph Baxter 

June 4 Thomas s. of Jacob Parker 

July 13 .John s. of Gerard Eumney 

Aug. 4 Susanah Young 

Sept. 4 Theadorah dau. of Lawrauce Love 

15 Elizabeth dau. of Anthoney Einglish 

Oct. 27 .John Baker 

Nov. 6 Joseph s. of Thomas Smith, 83 

Dec. 4 William s. of George Eoffey 

22 William s. of AVilliam Aldersey 

Jan. 1 Barbarey Husson 

* The name is nol driven as usual in the margin. — Ed 

t After this affidavits of burial in woollen are separate, but no entries have been found 
between 1682-3 aud 7 April 1689.— Ed. 



BUEIALS. 2^7 



i68S 

Jan. 5 William s. of William Browne 

8 John Gierke 

27 Clearia Boulton 

Feb. 3 Alice dau. of John Holman 

Jan. 23 Veare s. of Marke Prost 

Feb. 5 William s. of Jacob Parker 

7 Edward s. of Edward Bramwell 
Mar. 15 James s. of Edward Bramwell 

1684. 

Mar. 27 Susauah Ward 

April 14 Susanah dau. of Silvester Groodwin 

May 7 John s. of Thomas Deacon 

July 8 Dorathie dau. of Thomas Stanley 

16 Mary dau. of Edmond Buriall 

Aug. 4 William s. of Robart Leith 

6 Burrige Slade 

Sept. 5 Elizabeth Elkin 

Nov. 11 Thomas Barnes 

27 Stephen Whiteway 

Dec. 2 Pearsann Busell 

18 Christophar Einglish 

Jan. 14 Margrett Medlycoate 

Feb. 8 Unice Scott 

8 Elizabeth Eumney 
5 Thomas Hodgskins 

1685. 

Mar. 26 John Greueway 

April 12 Richard s. of William Raven 

May 5 Arthur Quince 

5 Mary Holman 

15 John Holman 
June 20 Saxon Grandee 
July 16 Mary Barnes 
Aug. 5 John Banes 

29 Sarah Collier 

31 Mary Hodgskins 

Dec. 30 John s. of Jacob Parker 

Jan. 12 Thomas Welles 

Feb. 2 Mary dau. of Anthony English 

Mar. 21 Mary Budd 

1686. 

Mar. 26 Sarah dau. of Josepb Harding 

April 20 John Scott 

20 Thomas Hide 

May 1 Joan Hambleton 

9 Frances Harding 

16 John Spurr 

22 Alice Dodwell 

23 Elizabeth Wells 
27 John Marriott 

June 4 Mary dau. of Mark Frost 

July 6 Ann dau. of David Zarasin 

25 Thomas Ketch 



238 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1686 

Aug. 8 Thomas s. of John Holman 

Sept. 7 Joseph s. of George Gilbert 

Oct. 8 Mary dau. of James Penny 

Nov. 6 Abraham Katherines 

6 Joseph Dodd 

21 Ann dau. of "William Newel 

22 Alice Dyer 

22 Elizabeth dau. of William Scares 

28 John 8. of John Phipps 

28 John Clark 

Dec. 9 Thomas Hide 

Jan. 28 Joan Wytham 

Feb. 12 Mary Curtise 

1687. 

April 10 David s. of David Zarasin 

May 13 John Anderson, who hanged himself 

July 18 Thomas Betts 

25 Elizabeth Eogers 

Aug. 9 John s. of Anthony Whitlock 

Oct. 8 Mary dau. of John Keath 

8 Sarah dau. of Thomas May 

22 James s. of Charles Bowker 
30 Mary Baynes 

Jan. 6 Ann dau. of John Holman 

7 Margaret Dennett 

8 William s. of John Phipps 
Feb. 11 Thomas Grove 

23 Henry s. of Henry Singer 
Mar. 6 John s. of Humphrey Hall 

1688. 

April 20 Priscilla Moody 

24 Clark Jones 
June 4 Christopher Fry 

15 Richard s. of Eichard Wells 

Aug. 7 Mary w. of Joseph Addy 

9 Elinor dau. of Samuel Briggs 
13 Henry s of Joseph Addy 

29 Thomas Raven 
Sept. 16 Mary Watkins 
Oct. 4 James Dyer 

7 Jane dau. of Thomas Briggins 

17 William Brown 

Dec. 9 Frances Packer 

30 William Curtiss 

Mar. 6 Richard s. of M' John Holman 

17 Ann Betts 

1689. 

April 7 James s. of Richard Wells. Aff. made 

9 William s. of George Knight. Aff. made 

May 17 Sarah dau. of Anthony Witlock. Aff. made 
25* John s. of John Wilkinson. No aff. 

25 Frances dau. of M"" Edward Davis. Aff. made 

• This eutry lias been struck out iu iuk. It is re-eutered on 28 July.— Ed. 



BURIALS. 239 

1689 

July 7 William s. of William Hickinson. Aff. made for Matthew Hichison 

28 John s. of John Wilkinson. Aff. made 

Aug. 11 James s. of Edmond Kirby. Aff. made 

23 Affidavit for Jaine Jefferies on Aug. 23 ; not in Eegister 
27 M'' Isaac Giklersly. Aff. made 

Sept. 9 William s. of William Tonge. Aff. made for Young 

14 Elizabeth dau. of Thomas Vaughan. Aff. made 

Oct. 1 David s. of John Gildersly. Aff. made 

17 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert Harbert. Aff. made 

Dec. 16 Ann Knight. Aff. made 

24 Robert Hall. Aff. made 

Mar. 13 Owen s. of Owen S' Peere. No aff. 

13 Susannah Sherley. No aff. 

13 Manring s. of Samuel Bridges. Aff. made 

1690. 

April 24 Henry s. of Robert Hafnon. Aff. made 
Aug. 1 Thomas Stanley. Aff. made for Standly 
4 WiUiam s. of Richard Willis. Aff. made 
Sept. 27* Mary w. of William Rogers. Aff. made Sept. 23 
26 Mary dau. of John Walton. Aff. made 

Aff. for William s. of William Rogers on Sept. 28 ; not in Register 

Zacharia Compaiue. Aff. made 

Elizabeth w. of William Gare. Aff. made 

Henry Siiiggar. Aff. made 

Katharine dau. of Robert Stanle. Aff, made for Stanley 

Lawranc Lawranson. Aff. made for Lawranceson 

Mary Wheetly. Aff. made 

Susanna dau. of Christopher Hyam, Aff. made for Hyons 

Francis Luker. Aff. made 

Mary dau. of Thomas May. No aff. 

1691. 

William Yarwood. Aff. made 

Susanna dau. of Robert Harbert. Aff. made 

Mary w. of Josias Boston. Aff. made 

Christopher s. of Christopher Hyons. Aff. made 

Ursula w. of M'" Edward Austin. Aff. made 

Frances w. of M'' Edward Davis. Aff. made 

Richard s. of Owen S* Peere. Aff. made 

Mary dau. of M^" Edward Davis. Aff. made 

Christopher s. of Christopher Hyons. No aff. 

Mary w. of Thomas Thompson. Aff. made for Thomson 

M'' Paul Tracy. Aff. made 

[blank^ 

Owen S' Peere. Aff. made 

M""^ Elizabeth Browne, at y^ French church in Savoy. No aff. 

Frances Haton. Aff. made for Francis Hatton 

Richard s. of John Gilderly. Aff. made for Gildersly 

Michael Grundy. Aff. made 

1692. 

June 3 Sarah dau. of Charles Sparkes. Aff. made June 6 
12 Garrad Rumny. Aff. made June 13 





28 


Oct. 


21 




23 


Nov. 


6 


Jan. 


6 




9 


Feb. 


12 




27 


Mar. 


3 




16 


June 


1 




19 


July 
Aug. 


26 
2 
4 




6 




9 




19 




19 


Sept. 


1 

1 




26 


Oct. 


8 


Jan. 


25 


Feb. 


25 




24 


Mar. 


4 



# < 



'27 Mary wife" has been written above '" 23 Sarah daughter," struck out in jnk. — Ep. 



1692 


June 


15 




23 


Sept. 


14 


Nov. 


9 




16 


Dec. 


7 




17 


Jan. 


30 


Mar. 


15 



May 

Aug. 
Nov. 


16 
30 
10 




4 


Dec. 


1 


Jan. 


16 


Dec. 


30 


Feb. 


16 


Mar. 


23 



240 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

Mary Brumfied. Aff. made June 18 for Brumfield 
Mary dau. of John Blackwell. AfE. made June 29 
Mary \v. of Kobart Scot. Aff. made Sept. 17 
Anthony s. of Anthony English. No aff. 
Eobert s. of Robert Harbart. Aff. made Nov. 26 
John s. of Charles Sparkes. Aff. made Dec. 12 for Sarkes 
Janne dau. of John Briges. Aff. made Dec. 26 
A still born male child of John Guildersey. No aff. 
Thomas s. of Thomas Vaughan. [The Woollen Book has two entries 
of Tho. Vaughan, one lO^i', the other 15"'.] 
20 Mary dau. of John Wallton. Aff. made March 22 



1693. 

A chrisom child of Abraham Fry. No aff. 

Mary dau. of John Briges. Aff. made 

John Kietson. Aff. made 

Mary dau. of Walter Buckby. Aff, made 

Anne Dowell. Aff. made 

Susanna Groves. Aff. made Jan. 18 

Aff. made Dec. 30 fur Dorothy Wilden ; not in Keg. 

Thomas s. of Kichard Cantrill. Aff. made Feb. 18 

Thomas s. of John Wallis. Aff. made March 24 



1694. 

Hanna dau. of William Gare. Aff. made 

John s. of Edward Davis, Aff, made 

Elizabeth dau. of Eobart Hodges. Aff, made 

Noomy dau. of Thomas Green, Aff, made 

Jeremiah s, of Jeremiah Milles, Aff, made 

Elizabeth Woodard. Aff, made 

James Hatton, Aff, made 

Eeback dau. of Tho. Pope. Aff, made 

Jone Kietson. Aff. made 

Frances Spouer. Aff. made 

Elizabeth Hoges. Aff. made for Hodges 

William s. of John Wallton. Aff. made for Walton 

Edward Hoaleman. Aff, made for Holeman 



1695, 

Mar, 28 William Brumfild. Aff. made 

April 9 Anne dau, of William Welch, Aff. made 

17 Abraham s. of Jacob Packer, Aff, made for Pecker 
May 16 Henary Andrews, Aft", made 

July 13 Mary dau, of George Harding, Aff. made 

30 William Welch. Aff. made 

Sept. 2 Thomas Cox, Aff. made 

29 Elizabeth dau. of George Caper. Aff. made 

29 Joseph s, of Walter Buckby. Aff. made 

Oct, 8 Elizabeth dau, of Thomas Green. Aff. made 

Dec. 11 Barnabas s. of George Caper. Aff. made 

Mar. 2 Alee Hall, Aff. made March 5 

18 Jonathan Cogill. Aff, made March 20 



April 


[ 6 




23 


May 


13 




25 




26 


June 


24 


Sept, 


6 




30 


Oct, 


4 




Jl 




17 


Nov, 


1 


Dec. 


28 



April 


14 

28 


May 


7 
23 


July 


8 
31 




31 


Aug. 


a 




26 


Oct. 


9 


Nov. 


8 


Dec. 


13 




17 


Jan. 


4 




12 




13 




24 


Feb. 


8 




10 


May 
June 


28 
10 




27 


July 
Aug. 


25 
10 
26 




26 


Oct. 


5 


Nov. 


21 


Dec. 


24 


Jan. 


20 




25 


Feb. 


6 




24 


Mar. 


20 




20 


Apri; 
May 


111 
31 
31 


June 11 




22 


Aug. 


7 




8 


Sept. 
Oct. 


16 
22 




27 




30 


Dec. 


4 




12 




23 


Jan. 


12 



BURIALS. 241 

1696. 

Beththeyar Farmar. Aff. made April 10 

Mary Grreneway. Aff. made April 30 

Aune dau. of George Harding. Aff. made May 9 

Janne Sabey. Aff. made May 26 for Subey 

Deboro dau. of Jeremiah Milles. Aff. made July 10 

M^' Edward Austin, Common Councellman. Aff. made Aug. 4 

Anthoney s. of James Medcalfe. Aff. made Aug. 4 

Nathanei s. of Christoj)lier Highbon. Aff. made Aug. 10 

Elizabeth dau. of Eobart Herbart. Aff. made Aug. 28 

John CoUiues. Aff. made Oct. 13 for Collins 

Mary Wilkeson. Aff. made Nov. 13 for Willkeson 

John s. of Johu Wallis. Aff. made Dec. 19 

Anne dau. of Frances Tunbridge. Aff. made Dec. 19 for Tunbridg 

Mary dau. of Abraham Fry. Aff. made Jan. 7 

John s. of John Shurston. Aff. made Jan. 14 

Anne CoUines. Aff. made Jan. 14 

Porter s. of Walter Buckby. Aff. made Jan. 27 

John Peall. Aff. made Feb. 12 

Hannah Kenche. Aff. made Feb. 12 

1697. 

Isaac s. of .Jacob Packer. Aff. made May 30 for Paker 

Margaret Hayes. Aff. made .June 30 

Moses Pitts. Aff. made June 30 

Mary dau. of Samuel Weyman. Aff. made July 28 

Eachell dau. of Richard Davis. Aff. made Aug. 13 

John s. of John Torlon. No aff. 

A still born child of John Torlon. No aff. 

Tho. Stollard. Aff. made Oct. 8 

John Thurlon. Aff. made Nov. 24 

Mary dau. of Henry Willcox. Aff, made Dec. 28 

Frances dau. of Francis Tunbridge. Aff. made .Jan. 27 

Elizabeth dau. of George Milles. Aff. made Jan. 27 

Elioner Man. Aff. made Feb. 9 

Alice dau. of John Doggett. Aff. made March 2 

Ann dau. of Jacob Packer. Aff. made March 23 

Tho. s. of Tho. Pope. Aff. made March 23 

1698. 

Tho. Pope. Aff. made April 15 

Aff. made May 31 for Roger Maning ; not in Register 

Aff. made May 31 for Prudence Palmar; not in Register 

Ann dau. of John AVillson. Aff. made June 14 for Willison 

Roger s. of Roger Smith. Aff. made June 25 

Elioner Dyer. Aff. made Aug. 10 

Mary Marlow. No aff. 

John Sansbury. Aff. made Sept. 20 

Hannah dau. of Christopher Higghhon. Aff. made Oct. 31 for Highhon 

Ann dau. of M»' Devereux Gwillim. Aff. made Oct. 31 

Christopher s. of Christopher Higghhon. Atf. made Oct. 31 for Highhon 

Mary F'rost. Aff. made Dec. 7 

Barnard Mumford. Aff. made Dec. 15 

George s. of Francis Withers. Aff. made Dec. 28 

Tho. Webb. Aff. made Jan. 17 for Weeb 

VOL. IV. i T 



242 kEGlSTEKS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARt. 

1698. 

Jan, 14 Martha dau. of David Sazarin. Aff. made Jan. 17 for Sarazin 

Feb. 2 John s. of James Guildersea. AlF. made Feb. 3 

Mar. 7 Francis Faircloath. Aff. made Feb. 10 

17 Mary Eaphson. Aff. made March 22 for Ealpson 



1699. 

April 24 Joseph Morel, mason. Aff. made March 26 [sic'] for Morell 

May 11 Elizabeth Attley. Aff. made May 13 

June 8 Francis s. of Francis Withers. Aft", made June 8 

July 17 William Snoxell. Aff. made July 19 for Noxell 

Aug. 20 John s. of John Whitehead. Aff. made Aug. 23 for Whithead 

23 Mary dau. of Walter Buckby. Aff. made Aug. 23 
Sept. 22 Robeson s. of Richard Willies. Aff. made Sept. 27 
Oct. 1 Nathaniell Moore. Aff. made Oct. 3 

Dec, 8 Elizabeth Rogers. Aff. made Dec. 8 

10 Clerk s. of Benjamin Jones. Aff. made Dec. 12 

Jan. 27 Robert s. of Robart Renoldes. Aff. made Jan. 29 

Feb. 8 Anne dau. of John Freeman. Aff. made Feb. 10 

24 Anne dau. of John Guildersea. Aff. made Feb. 27 
Mar. 1 John Luckeas, a Dutchman, Aff. made March 7 

5 Hannah dau. of Thomas Vaughan. Aff. made March 7 



1700, 

Robart s, of Robart Kingston, Aff. made April 30 for Kingson 

John s. of Katharin Raye. No aff. 

John Wainwright, carried away. No aff. 

Anne dau. of Charles Spearkes. Aff. made July 12 

Elizabeth Dido, a black. Aff. made July 12 

William s. of Robart Kingston. Aff. made Aug. 6 for Kingson 

Susanna dau. of John Roadie. Aff. made Aug. 21 

John Betteson, a foundling child. Aff. made Aug. 27 

Katharin Blinckeo, a servant maid. Aff. made Aug. 27 

John Goodden. No afl^. 

Edward Baskervil. Aff. made Oct. 11 for Baservil 

Jane Wiggins. Aff. made Oct, 26 for Wiggines 

William Hornneblow. Afi". made Oct. 30 for Horneblow 

Jane Wainwright, carried away. No aff, 

James Moore, in S' Bennett's church. Aff. made Nov. 19 

James s. of Christopher Highhon. Aff. made Nov. 26 

Anne dau. of Roger Smith. Aff. made Dec. 30 

Thomas s. of Robart Stanley. Aff made Jan. 6 for Stanly 

Thomas s. of M"" Thomas Hasellwood, clergyman, carried away. No 

aff. 
William s. of Robert Barnssvell. Aff. made Feb. 5 
Elizabeth Rices. Aff, made Feb, 28 
Mary dau. of Edward Davis. Aff. made March 8 
Thomas Rogers, Aff, made March 13 

1701. 

Jane dau. of Steven Townes. Aff. made May 22 
Walter s. of Walter Buckby. Aff. made June 20 
The Lady Susanna Holt, carried away. No aff. 
Edward s. of Edward D9,vis. Aff. made July 23 for Daviea 



April 28 
May 22 
June 26 


July 


7 
10 


Aug, 


2 




19 




21 




25 


Sept, 
Oct. 


23 

8 




25 




28 


Nov. 


1 




17 




22 


Dec. 


27 


Jan, 


2 




28 


Feb, 


1 




27 


Mar, 


5 




10 


May 


21 


June 17 


July 


3 

20 



1701 



Aug. 


14 


Sept. 


3 
19 




25 




27 


Oct. 


6 




6 


Nov. 


15 




18 


Dec. 


16 




21 


Jan. 


8 


Feb. 


15 


Mar. 


1 


April 


3 


May 


10 
10 




27 




31 


June 


6 




20 


July 
Oct. 


4 
14 




20 




25 


Nov. 


15 




21 


Dec. 


3 




4 




8 




14 




24 


Jan. 


1 


Feb. 


16 




17 




21 


Mar. 


4 


Mar. 


25 




30 


April 
May 
June 


I 1 

23 

3 




5 




16 


Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 


18 

10 

6 




17 


Dec. 


2 




U 



BtTRIALS. 243 

Abraham s. of Widow Eogers. Aff. made Aug. 14 

Steven s. of George Cressar. Aff. made Sept. 5 for Cresser 

Francis s. of Francis Withers. Aff. made Sept. 22 

James Wainright, carried away. No aff. 

Jeremiah Milles. Aff. made Sept. 30 

John Willson. Aff. made Oct. 8 

Thomas s. of Thomas Bone. Aff. made Oct. 8 

John s. of Robert Kingston. AfE. made Nov. 17 for Kingson 

John Snoxell. Aff. made Nov. 20 

Richard Westfeild. Aff. made Dec. 18 

Thomas s. of Thomas Vaughau. Aff. made Dec. 23 

Robert Dawson, carried away. No aft'. 

Elizabeth Wood, a servant maide. Aff. made Feb. 19 

Sarah dau. of Edward Davis. Aff. made March 3 for Davies 

1702. 

Arthur s. of M' Thomas Haselwood, clergyman, carried away. No 

aff. 
Jane Best, a maid. Aff. made May 15 

William s. of Jonathan Richardes. Aff. made May 15 for Richard 
Marthar w. of Samuel Wimbele. Aff. made June 3 
Robert s. of Christopher Highhon. Aff. made June 5 for Higghhon 
Miss Susanna Maria Lemmon, carried away. No aff. 
Joseph Hax'ding, carried away. No aff. 
Mary dau. of John Harlow. Aff. made July 7 
William s. of William Jonson. No aff. 

Anne dau. of Steven Towning. Aff. made Oct. 27 for Townes 
John Wyer. Aff. made Oct. 27 
John s. of Edward Stevens. Aff. made Nov. 18 
Anthoney Whorton, Esq*", carried away. No aff. 
William Engilsh. Aff. made Dec. 8 
Elizabeth dau. of William Wattson. Aff. made Dec. 8 
Anne dau. of William Littly. Aff. made Dec. 11 
Jeremiah s. of Jeremiah Crabtree. No aff. 
George s. of Edward Rigg. No aff. 
Anne Wigell, widow. Aff. made Jan. 4 
Elizabeth Harding, carried away. No aff. 
Nathanel Fone. Aff. made Feb. 19 for Foan 
Grace Anderson, widow. Aff. made Feb. 25 
Susanna dau. of John Roadley. No aff. 

1703. 

Martha dau. of Jeremiah Crabtree. Aff. made March 27 

William Cook. Aff. made April 2 

William Reeding. Aff. made April 5 

John Whithead, carried away. No aff. 

Anne Baker, w. Aff. made June 8 

John Crook. Aff. made June 8 

Peter Crane, a foundling child. No aff. 

Alee Bodington, w. Aff. made Aug. 20 

Mary dau. of John Wright. No aff. 

Bridgett Guildersea, w. Aff. made Oct. 8 

Elizabeth dau. of Walter Buckby. Aff. made Oct. 19 

Margarett dau. of William Goddard. Aff. made Dec. 4 

Anne dau. of Thomas Aldridge, carried away to Bethelem. No aff. 



244 REGISTERS Or ST. JETEU, PAUL's WHARF. 

1703 
Dec. 29 William s. of John Walter. Aff. made Dec. 31 
Jan 5 Elizabeth Freeman, carried away to Bethelem. No aff. 

5 Jacob Packer from S^ Mary Magdalen, Old Pish Street. Aff. made 

Jan. 7 
5 Thomas s. of Bryan Eushworth. Aff. made Feb. 9 for Thomas 
Bryan 
Feb. 18 Anne dau. of Henry Whithead. No af£. 

20 Elizabeth dau. of Edward Jarman. No aff. 
20 Miss Elizabeth Jones. Aff. made Feb. 26 

29 Greorge s. of Faruam Bestew. Aff. made March 3 
Mar. 14 Mary dau. of John Evens. Aff. made March 17 

1704. 

Mar. 29 M' George Knight, carried into the country. No aff. 

30 Letisha Best, w. Aft', made April 5 
April 9 Eobert Deane. Aff. made April 12 

19 Katharin dau. of Christopher Highhon. Aff . made April 26 

23 Hannah dau. of Thomas Smith. Aff. made April 27 
May 9 Elizabeth dau. of William Goddard. Aff. made May 13 

12 John Stone. Aff. made May 17 

24 Sarah dau. of Thomas Vaughau, sexton. Aff. made May 26 
June 25 Mary dau. of John Sickes. Aff. made June 28 for Sicke 
Aug. 24 George s. of Samuel Patner. Aff. made Aug. 26 

Oct. 2 Jeremiah Milles. Aff. made Oct. 30 

Nov. 9 Mary dau. of Thomas Eldridg, carried away. No aff. 

Dec. 20 Millecent Olive, W. Aff. made Dec. 23 

Jan. 3 Mary Grunday. Aff. made Jan. 1 

3 A still born child of Grunday. No aff. 

18 Letisha, a servant maid of M'' Fry. AfF. made Jan. 20 

Feb. 4 James s. of Edward Davies. Aff. made Feb. 6 

8 James Bayle, carried away, a child. No aff. 
Mar. 6 Elizabeth Smith. Aff. made March 9 

9 Eichard How, Esq., carried away. No aff. 

1705. 

April 6 George s. of Eandal Jones. Affid. April 11 

19 Mary dau. of Thomas Hood. Affid. April 24 

28 M'" John Alywood, merchant, carried away. No aff. 

May 10 Danby and Charles, twines of Bryan Eushworth. Affid. May 15 

June 29 Oliver Musick. Affid. July 4 

July 25 Elizabeth Bigg, carried away. No aff. 

Aug. 31 Mary dau. of John Harley. Affid. Sept. 3 

Sept. 6 Sarah dau. of Henry Selby. Affid. Sept. 12 

Dec. 12 George Johnson, carried away. No aff. 

23 Sible Hemmett, W. Affid. Dec. 25 

25 Henry s. of Henry Ilarrup. Affid. Dec. 25 for Harrop 

Jan. 11 John Washborn. Affid. Jan. 16 

11 A still born of Thomas Goss. No aff. 

20 John s. of Joseph Eichardes. Affid. Jan. 23 

27 Joseph s. of Edward Eigg. Affid. Jan. 29 

30 Steven s. of Steven Townes. Affid. Feb. 7 

iPeb. 21 Hannah dau. of Thomas Hollandworth. Affid. Feb. 25 for Hollinworth 
Mar. 1 Elizabeth dau. of John Guildersea. Affid. March 6 

11 Elizabeth dau. of John Throughgood. Affid. March 13 

22 Parker 8. of Bryan Eushworth. Affid. March 28 



BTJRIALS. 245 



1706. 



April 3 Martha dan. of Jolin Goss. Affid. April 

May 28 Thomas s. of Thomas Hood. Affid. May 31 

July 10 Sarah Wastfelde. Affid. July 13 for Westfelde 

10 Martha dau. of John Freeman. Affid. July 13 

Aug. 1 George Hood. Affid. Aug. 6 

19 Providence Peter, a foundling cliild. Affid. Aug. 21 

24 Thomas s. of Richard Box. Affid. Aug. 28 
Sept. 17 Ephraim s. of Robert New. Affid. Sept. 20 

17 Joseph s. of John Guiidersea. Affid. Sept. 20 

Nov. 1 Sarah dau. of Jonathan Ruchardes. Affid. Nov. 6 

15 Hannah dau. of Jonathan Ruchardes. Aff. Nov. 19 

Dec. 21 Anne Moore. Affid. Dec. 24 

Jan. 28 William s. of John Winckles. Affid. Jan. 31 

29 Sarah dau. of John Sickes. Affid. Jan. 31 for Sike 

Feb. 5 William s. of William Goddard. Affid. Feb. 7 

17 Mary Miller. Affid. Feb. 19 

21 Elizabeth Greeu, W. No Affid. 

1707. 

April 5 John Shank, carried away. No aff. 

13 Abraham s. of Frances Gasby. Affid. Mai'ch 18 for Gadsby 

23 Joseph s. of Geori>e Clerk. Affid. April 26 

May 21 John s. of John Winckles. Affid. May 23 

Aug. 8 Anne Hook, carried away. No aff. 

Sept. 7 Elizabeth Marr. Affid. Sept. 10 ; 

23 William Mercer. Affid. Sept. 20 

Dec. 13 Elinor Peters, a foundling child. No aff. 

25 Lydia Weltch. Affid. Dec. 30 for Welsh 
Jan. 19 William s. of William Brown. Affid. Jan. 21 
Feb. 5 Jane Brown, carried away. No aff. 

8 Thomas Gascoigne, carried away. No aff. 

Mar. 7 A still born child of John Anthoney. No aff. 

1708. 

April 20 William Gunstone s. of Robert Brvau. Affid. April 22 

26 Richard s. of William Pack. No aff. 

29 Anne dau. of John Harley. Affid. May 4 

June 3 Anne Robinson. Affid. June 7 for Robeson 

July 24 John s. of William Goddard. Affid. July 28 

Aug. 31 John Carter, clergyman, carried away. No aff. 

Sept. 22 Jane dau. of William Cook'. Affid. Sept. 25 

Nov. 17 Hannah Smith. Affid. Nov. 19 

22 Anne Harrison, carried away. No aff. 

Jan. 2 Richard Francis Moore, carried away. No aff. 

6 James s. of AVilliam Cass. Affid. Jan. 11 

8 A crisum child of Isaac Fanandis. No aff. 

12 Mark Frost. Affid. Jan. 18 

Feb. 5 Henry New'sou, carried to Bethelem. No aff. 

1709. 

April 5 A still born male child of Robert Bryan. No aff. 

27 John B. of John Freeman. No aff. 



1709 


May 

July 
Aug. 


8 

11 

4 


Sept. 
Oct. 


5 
23 


Nov. 


15 


Dec. 


11 




21 




24 


Jau. 


4 




18 




23 




24 


Feb. 


3 




10 




11 




28 



Mar. 


26 


May 


14 




18 


June 


4 


July 


28 


Aug. 


10 


Sept. 


14 




15 




19 


Nov. 


16 


Dec. 


17 




24 


Jau. 


8 




19 




22 



Affid. Nov. 19 
Creechurch. Affid. 

24 



REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL S WHARF. 

John Milliugton, a child, carried to Bethelein. No aff. 

Thomas s. of John JSikes. No aff. 

Mary dau. of George Bennett, brought from S' Brides. No aff. 

Peter Fenton. Affid. Sept. 8 

Abraham s. of Isaac Ferdinando, brought from Hendon, Middi. 

Affid. Oct. 26 for Fariuander 
Ann w. of Thomas Wood, lodged at M"' Ratcliff's. 
Mary Cooper, W., brought from S*^ Catherine 

Dec. 16 
Mary dau. of Philip Vaughan, Junior. Affid. Dec. 
Margaret dau. of William Wright. No aff. 
Mary dau. of Henry Selby. Affid. Jau. 9 
Jane dan. of Richard Sill. No aff. 
AVilliam s. of William Peck. Aff. Jan. 27 for Pack 
Christopher Brasier, servant to M' Fry. Aff. Jau. 27 for Brasuer 
Grace dau. of Edward liigg. Affid. Feb. 7 
Mary dau. of Robert Bales. No aff. 
Edward s. of Edward Jarman. Affid. Feb. 15 
Elizabeth dau. of Richard Thowgood. Affid. March 3 has Thorogood 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

1710. 

Mary w. of John Whitridge. Affid. March 30 has Witridge 

Thomas Gillin. Affid. May 23 has Gilling 

Elizabeth dau. of John Winckles. Affid. May 23 

George Bennet, Pensioner, from S'^ Brides. No aff. 

John Phillips. Affid. July 31 has Philipes 

A still born male child of George Bryan. No aff. 

Elizabeth w. of John White. Affid Sept. 19 has Whit 

Martha w. of John Goss. Affid. Sept. 19 

Elizabeth dau. of Edward West. Affid. Sept. 23 

Stephen s. of John Browne. Affid. Nov. 21 has Brown 

Frances Good. Affid. Dec. 18 

John s. of William Morgan. Affid. Dec. 29 has Murdiu 

Mary w. of John Pipps. Affid. Jan. 11 has Phipes 

Richard s. of Samuel Cope. Affid. Jan. 23 

Mary dau. of William Schackly. Affid. Jan. 23 has Shackly 



April 


3 




5 


June 


I 


Aug. 


7 




2(5 




29 


Sept. 


23 


Oct. 


4 


Dec. 


13 




19 




29 




30 


Jau. 


3 




31 


Feb. 


27 



1711. 

Stephen s. of Stephen Sherring. Affid. April 10 

John Madbury. Affid. April 10 has Mobury 

Elizabeth dau. of Henry Lock. Affid. June 5 

Elizabeth w. of Richard Wells. Affid. Aug. 10 has AVelles 

William s. of Evan and Margaret Jones. Affid. Aug. 30 

John Chamberlain, a lodger at M'' Fry's. No aff. 

Sarah w. of John Hemingway. Affid. Sept. 27 has Himiucway 

William s. of John llarly. Affid. Oct. 10 

Jane w. of John Wildman. Affid. Dec. 18 

George Maddocks. Affid. Dec. 24 has Maddox 

Richard a. of Thomas Brackes. Affid. Jan. 2 

John Manning. Affid. Jan. 2 has Maning 

Susanna dau. of Edward Loveland. Affid. Jan. 8 

Sarah dau. of Ralph Dyer. Affid. Feb. 7 

Edward s. of Edward and Jane Jarman. Affid. Feb. 28 



BURIALS. 24i7 

1712. 

June 10 Mary dau. of John and Dorothy Winckles. Affid. July 17 

Tho. Cooke, Kector 

July 13 Dorothy w. of John Winckles. Affid. July 17 

Aug. 1 Samuel Cocksell, mariner. Affid. Aug. 5 

14 Jane dau. of Henry and Eebecca Lock. Affid. Aug. 19 for Anne Lock 
Nov. 9 Isaac Walker. Affid. Nov. 13 

19 John s. of John and Mary White. Affid. Nov. 22 has AVhit 

24 Kebecca dau. of Adrian Fuller, a nurse child. No aff. 
26 Elizabeth Thodv, w. Affid. Nov. 29 

Dec. 14 Sarah Stevens, W. Affid. Dec. 18 
Jan. 1 Abraham Fi*y, victualler. Affid. Jan. 9 

7 John Cheltenham. Affid. Jan. 9 

11 Elizabeth dau. of Elias and Mary Holebrook. Affid. Jan. 15 has 
Hollbroock 
Mar, 12 Elizabeth dau. of William Butler, city water bailiff. Affid. March 17 

18 John 8. of John and Ann Church. Affid. March 21 

19 George s. of Henry and Martha Pannell. Affid. March 21 
22 Eichard Wells, a bearer. Affid. March 24 has Welles 

1713. 

Mar. 29 Henry s. of Henry and Leucy Morse. Affid. April 3 has Mores 

April 12 Elizabeth Goodwyn, a Pensioner. Affid. April 15 has Goodwin 

May 20 Jane Reynolds, w., brought from S' Bride's. No aff. 

26 George s. of George and Mary White. Affid. May 30 

30 Thomas s. of Ralph and Sarah Dyer. Affid. June 5 

July 2 Constantine Beach. Affid. July 8 

16 Robert s. of Thomas and Maria Humphryes. Affid. July 22 has 
Humphres 

19 William Blake, servant to M'' Goddard. Affid. July 22 has Black 
26 George AVilson. Affid. July 28 has Willson 

26 Ann w. of Thomas Watts. Affid. July 28 has Wattes 
28 Lucy w. of Thomas Morse. Affid. July 31 has Mores 
Aug. 14 Thomas s. of Thomas and Catherine Couchmau. Affid. Aug. 19 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

16 Thomas Miller. Affid. Aug. 21 

Nov. 5 Ann w. of Daniel Gideon. No aff. 

9 Affidavit made Nov. 9 for Anne Tayler; not in Register 

Dec. 10 Sarah dau. of John and Joanna Ketch. Affid. Dec. 15 has Catch 

Jan. 8 Simon Mariett. Affid. no date 

21 George Gilbert, blacksmith. Affid. no date 

Feb. 4 Jane Anderson, pensioner. Affid. no date 

8 Hannah w. of Benjamin Page. Affid. no date 

15 Alice w. of John Vickars. No aff.' 

Mar. 7 Henry s. of William and Ann Cooke. Affid. no date for Cook 

1714. 

Mar. 26 Henry a. of Henry and Rachel Newsam. Affid. March 30 has Newson 
April 18 Dorothy dau. of Daniel and Mary Alcock. Affid. xApril 24 

20 David Smith. Affid. April 24 

May 2 Elizabeth w. of Francis Wyer. Affid. May 7 

25 William Dymer. Affid, May 28 has Dimare 



248 




1714 


July 


10 
13 


Aug, 
Sept 


. 6 

. 8 


Oct. 


3 




20 


Nov. 


6 




7 




10 


Dec. 


12 




16 




19 


Jan. 


5 




18 


Feb. 


8 




11 




25 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


28 




28 


April 


[ 7 
13 


June 15 




19 


July 


4 
6 


Aug. 


25 


Sept. 
Oct. 


23 
13 


Nov. 


2 




24 


Dec. 


G 




21 


Jan. 


15 


Feb. 


3 


Mar. 


6 


April 


5 
13 




26 


May 


IL 
13 




13 




27 


June 12 


July 


18 




29 



REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

Isaac s. of Isaac and Mary Freeman. Affid. July 17 

Jane Wilson, a pensioner. Affid. July 17 

Katherine dau. of Mark and Mary Holman. Affid. Aug. 11 

Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Shelboru. Affid. Sept. 14 has 

Shilboru 
John White, carman. Affid. Oct. 6 

Robert s. of Robert and Hester Newberry. Affid. Oct. 23 has Newbury 
John Westfield, dyer. Affid. Nov. 10 

Daniel s. of Daniel and Mary Alcock. Affid. Nov. 10 has AUcock 
Robert s. of Robert and Alice Goben. Affid. Nov. 23 has Gobel 
Thomas Vaughan, the Sexton. Affid. Dec. 16 
Sarah vv. of Christopher Highhon. Affid. Dec. 20 
William s. of William and Martha Shackly. Affid. Dec. 20 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 
Susanna w. of Seth Hardy. Affid. .Jan. 8 

Margaret dau. of Elizabeth Newton, W. and a pensioner. Affid. Jan. 21 
Edward Harding. Feb. 9 

Elizabeth w. of Charles Sparkes. Affid. Feb. 16 
John s. of Mary White, W. No aff. 
John s. of Mary Vaughan, W. Affid. March 17 

1715. 

Martha dau. of Christopher and Esther Jones. Affid. March 30 

John Winckles. Affid. March 30 

Ann w. of Brian Kushwortli. Affid. April 11 

Mary Ashington. Affid. April 16 has Ashenton 

Ann dau. of Kalph and Sarah Dyer. Affid. June 22 

George s. of Joseph and Mary Read. Affid. June 22 

Prudence w. of Richard Wise, Sexton. Affid. July 9 

Ann Mercer, pensioner. Affid. July 9 has Marser 

John Gildersea, from S^ Thomas' Hospital. Affid. Aug. 30 has 

Guildersea 
Charles s. of William Jones. Affid. Sept. 27 
Elizabeth dau. of Ralph and Sarah Dyer. Affid. Oct. 17 
Fi'ancis Taylor. Affid. Nov. 4 has Tayler 
Mai'garet dau. of James and Mary Arundel. Affid. Nov. 26 
JNIary Peter, a foundling. Affid. Dec. 9 has Peters 
Mary w. of Stephen Piummer. Affid. Dec. 24 has Plumer 
Elizabeth dau. of William Cooke. Affid. Jan. 18 has Cook 
Elizabeth Lumley, W. Affid. Feb. 8 
Thomas Briggins, shoemaker. Affid. March 10 

1716. 

RatclifF s. of Henry and Rebecca Lock. Affid. April 7 
Charity dau. of Mark and Mary Holman. Affid. April 17 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

Rebecca dau. of Henry and Rebecca Lock. "Affid. April 30 

John s. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. May 18 

William s. of Richard and Elizabeth Bristow. Affid. May 18 

Elizabeth Briggins, W. Ailld. May 18 

Charles Davis, dyer. Affid. May 31 has Davies 

Jane dau. of Robert and Esther Newberry. Affid. June 15 has 

Newbury 
Matthew Gethen. Affid. July 23 
William s. of William and Mary Gyles. Affid. Aug. 6 has Giles 



BURIALS. 249 

1716 

July 29 Eebecoa w. of Henry Lock. AfiSd. Aug. 6 

Aug. 7 Hai-ry s. of John and Elizabeth Hemingway. Affid. Aug. 10 

21 John s. of Catherine Poxom, w. Affid. Aug. 25 has Poxson 

21 Mary dau. of WiHiam and Elizabeth Carter. Affid. Aug. 25 
Sept. 11 Ann Mackumter, S. Affid. Sept. 14 

29 William s. of William and Mary Welsh. Affid. Oct. 3 has Welch 
Oct. 10 Mary w. of William Welsh. Affid. Oct. 13 has Welch 

25 Mary Bound, W. No aff. 

30 Henry s. of William and Ann Cooke. Affid. Nov. -3 has Cook 

31 Catherine dau. of Charles and Mary Assenton. Affid. Nov. 3 
Nov. Thomas s. of John and Susanna Pay. Affid. .Nov. 9 

12 Ann dau. of Thomas and Sarah Hayter. Affid. Nov. 15 

27 Mary dau. of Joseph and Ann Reynolds. No aff. 

Dec. 7 Elizabeth w. of John Lillingdine. Affid. Dec. 11 has Lillindine 
16 Matthew dau. of Daniel and Frances Lupton. Affid. Dec. 19 

16 Mary Townes, brought from Bridewell Precinct. Affid. Dec. 19 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

Jan. 21 Susan dau. of James and Ann Kingsbury. Affid. Jan. 26 has Susanna 
Kingbury 

22 John s. of Daniel and Frances Lupton. Affid. Jan. 26 
Jeb. 3 Eobert Herbert, Victualler. Affid. Feb. 6 has Harbertt 

10 Ann Cowgill, searcher. Affid. Feb. 15 

11 Richard Taylor. Affid. Feb. 15 has Tayler 

24 Elizabeth dau. of Robert and Esther Newberry. Affid. Feb. 27 has 

Newbury 
Mar. 19 Richard Dufeell. Affid. March 23 

1717. 

Mar. 25 John Peters, a foundling. Affid. March 30 • 

25 Mary Elizabeth dau. of Anthony and Elizabeth Boutandon. Affid. 

March 30 has Bautorndon 

26 Philip s. of James and Mary Arundell. Affid. March 30 

28 Elizabeth Perry. Affid. March 30 

30 Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Knipton. Affid. June 5 has Nipton 

31 James s. of Charles and Elizabeth Woodcock. Affid. June 5 
June 16 William s. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. July 20 

24 Sarah w. of Robert Bryan. Affid. July 27 
Sept. 13 Thomas s. of Edward and Elizabeth Allein. Affid. Sept. 21 has Allin 

17 Sophia dau. of Robert and Hester Newberry. Affid. Sept. 21 has 

Newbury 

Oct. 16 James Arundell, Junior. Affid. Oct. 22 

Jan. 9 Diana dau. of John and Catherine Daniel. Affid. Jan. 14 

Feb. 2 Mary Bennett. Affid. Feb. 7 

4 Thomas Anderson, a pensioner. Affid. Feb. 7 

Mar. 4 Luke Weedon, from M'' Strong's. Affid. March 8 

10 Elizabeth dau. of William and Margaret Twitchell. Affid. March 10 

has Twitchill 

11 Margaret dau. of Eobert and Dorothy Perkins. Affid. March 15 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

1718. 

April 24 Elizabeth Mallett, a pensioner. Affid. April 28 

May 31 William s. of William and Sarah Tatam. Aff. June 6 for Payton 

June 4 Robert Fowler, a nurse child. Affid, June 6 

YOI,. IV. K K 



1718 


June 


16 




22 


July 


2 
4 




5 









17 


Aug. 


7 
15 




15 




25 


Sept. 


7 
24 


Dec. 


28 


Feb. 


20 


Mar. 


10 




13 



250 REGISTEllS OF ST. PETLR, PATJL's WHAKF. 

Sarah dau. of Matthew and Eleanor Eeeres. Affid. June 26 has 

Eeeve 
Isaac Ferdinando, a pensioner, from S* Sepulchre's. AflBd. June 26 

has Farnando 
William Hedgecock. Affid. July 12 for Hedgcock 
Mary dau. of Anthony and Elizabeth Boutandon. Affid. July 12 has 

Boulerdon 
Mary dau. of John and Susanna Pay. Affid. July 12 has Page 
John Eeed. Affid. July 12 

John s. of Charles and Elizabeth Woodcock. Affid. July 22 
James s. of William and Sarah Dolby. Affid. Aug. 13 
Moses Ferdinando, from S' Sepulchre. Affid. Aug. 20 has Farnando 
Mary dau. of William and Martha Stockley. Affid. Aug. 20 has 

Shakley 
Joseph s. of Joseph and Mary Eead. Affid. no date 
James s. of John and Susanna Stockes. No aff. 
Sarah Gilbert, w., from S' Olave, Southwark. Affid. Sept. 2S 
John Hemingway. Affid. Dec. 31 
Timothv Maddocks. Affid. Feb. 26 has Mottewe 
Margaret dau. of William and Margaret Twitchell. Affid. March 18 
James s. of Thomas and Jane Eobinson. Affid. March 18 has Eobeson 



1719. 

James Arundel, senior, a dyer. Affid. June 19 has Arundell 

William s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Bristow. Affid. July 22 

Joyce Evans, a nurse dau. of Adam and Elizabeth Evans. ]S'o aff. 

Eichard Price, a stranger. Affid. Sept. 24 

John Baltesar, a lodger. Affid. Sept. 24 has Battesea 

Abraham White, a stone cutter. Affid. Oct. 26 has Whit 

Mary dau. of Thomas and Margaret Pullen. Affid. Oct. 26 has Pulle 

William s. of William and Sarah Atkinson. Affid. Nov. 17 

John s. of William and Elizabeth Carter. Affid. Dec. 5 

Mary dau. of Nathanael and Mary Elliott. Affid. Dec. 5 

Ann dau. of Evan and Elizabeth Thomas. Affid. Dec. 30 

Stephen Townes, from Bridewell Precinct. Affid. Dec. 30 has Towne 

Sarah Gittins, a stranger. No aff. 

Mary dau. of William and Mary Smith. Affid. Jan. 7 

AVilfiam s. of William and Barbara Jones. Affid. Jan. 15 

Frances dau. of Mark Holman, Proctor, and Mary his w. No aff. 

Aff. made March 8 for Frances Holman ; not in Eegister 

William s. of William and Margaret Compton. Aff. March 8 

Alice dau. of John and Ann Sherwin. Affid. March 22 

Ann dau. of Philip and Thomasia Vaughan. Affid. March 22 



1720. 

April 10 Edward s. of John and Margaret Lillingdine. Affid. April 12 has 
Lillindin 
11 Elizabeth dau. of Eobert and Elizabeth Nash. No aff. 
]3 Henry Locke. Affid. April 20 has Lock 
17 Thomas s. of Thompson and Ann Hamsou. Affid. April 20 

Tho. Cooke, Bector 

May 1 Susanna White, W., from S' Bartholomew's Hospital. Affid. May 6 
has Whit 



June 


16 


July 
Sept. 


16 
3 

10 




20 


Oct. 


6 




20 


Nov. 


11 


Dec. 


1 




2 




22 




24 




28 


Jan. 


4 




12 


Mar. 


3 




8 




5 




12 




19 



burials; 251 

1720 

May 18 Elizabeth dau. of William and Martha Seckly. Affid. May 23 has 
Sakle 

25 Maria Ann dau. of Joseph and Mary Taylor. Affid. May 27 

July 3 Isaac s. of Isaac and Mary Ferdinando. Affid. July 20 has Fenuader 

10 Isaac Ferdinando from S* Sepulchre's. No aff. 

16 Mary dau. of Nathanael and Mary Elliott. Affid. July 20 has Elliot 

Aug. 4 Ann dau. of Arthur and Esther Downes. Affid. Aug. 9 

7 Ann and Eleanor daurs of Richard and Elizabeth Newby. No afE. 

9 Thomas s. of Thomas and Susanna Stocks. Affid. Aug. 12 has Stockes 

31 Priscilla dau. of William and Priscilla Tyrrell. Affid. Sept. 7 

31 William s. of William and Mary Welsh. Affid. Sept. 7 has Welch 

Sept. 25 John s. of John and Catherine Price. Affid. Sept. 28 has Prices 

Oct. 1 Isaac s. of Isaac and Mary Freeman. Aff. Oct. 5 

12 Isaac Best. Aff. no date 

19 William Carter. Aff. no date 

21 Steven Smith. Affid. Oct. 26 

Dec. 14 John s. of Robert and Mary Cooper. Affid. Dec. 17 

18 John s. of Lewis and Ann Bradley. Affid. Dec. 22 

18 Christopher s. of Daniel and Mary Alcock. Affid. Dec. 22 has Allcock 

Jan. 13 Joyce dau. of Arthur and Esther Downes. Affid. Jan. 18 

Feb. 19 Elizabeth dau. of Roger and Elizabeth Davis. No aff. 

27 Elizabeth Mackature. Affid. Feb. 28 

Mar. 2 Elizabeth Baily, a searcher and pensioner. Affid. March 8 has Bayle 

6 Francis Western. Affid. March 8 has Weston 

1721. 

April 4 Ann dau. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. April 12 

8 William Tilley. No aff. 

9 Frances w. of Henry Selbey. Affid. April 12 has Selby 
May 15 Deborah w. of Steven Streeke. Affid. May 23 has Streek 

20 Ruth dau. of Benjamin and Hannah Couzens. Affid. May 23 
June 4 John s. of William and Martha Shackly. Affid. June 8 

11 John Goodall, Victualler at the Golden Ball. Affid. June 21 has 

Goodale 

16 Sarah dau. of William and Sarah Atkinson. Affid. June 21 

22 Mary dau. of John and Bridget Miller. Affid. June 30 

25 Elizabeth dau. of William and Ann Cooke. Affid. June 30 has Cook 

July 12 Elizabeth dau. of John and Joanna Taylor. No aff. 

13 Robert Dickins. Affid. July 17 has Diekeus 

21 Henry Selby, glazier. Affid. July 26 

Aug. 15 John s. of William and Mary Bartlett. Affid. Aug. 16 has Bartlek 

16 Richard s. of George and Elizabeth Slate. Affid, Aug. 23 

17 Sarah dau. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. Aug. 23 
Sept. 1 Ann Kingston. Affid. Sept. 6 

11 Phoebe dau. of Robert and Mary Drury. Affid. Sept. 15 

29 James s. of James and Alice Leadbeater. No aff^ 

Tho. Cooke, Rector. 

Oct. 8 Mary dau. of Harry and Mary Taylor. Affid. Oct. 12 

9 Ann dau. of Thomas and Mary Maycock. Affid. Oct. 12 

9 Thomas s. of Thomas and Margaret PuUin. No aff. 

17 Thomas Hood. Affid. Oct. 21 

Nov. 6 Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Bates. Affid. Nov. 9 has Bate 

24 Hannah Broderick, W. Affid. Nov. 29 

Dec. 3 Thomas s. of Thomas and Rebecca EUson. Affid. Dec. 8 

24 John Whiteridge, victualler. Affid. Dec. 30 has Whitridge 



252 REGISTERS OP ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

James Gildersea from S* Gyles, Cripplegate. Affid. Jan. 17 has 

Guildersea 
William Cooke, a bearer. Affid. Jan. 17 
Mary w. of Humphrey Styling. Affid. no date 
Alice dau. of William and Elizabeth Cooper. Affid. Feb. 20 
Charles Buxton s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Warburton. Affid. Feb. 20 
Alice w. of John Applebee. Affid. Feb. 28 has Appelbee 
William s. of William and Ann Cooke. Affid. no date, has Cook 
Jeremiah Perks. No aff. 

Elizabeth w. of Samuel Gander. Affid. March 17 
James s. of Daniel and Mary Alcock. Affid. March 17 has Allcock 
John s, of Samuel and Joyce Eead. Affid. March 31 

1722. 

Joanna w, of John Ketch. 'Affid. March 81 

Eleanor w. of John Thatcher. Affid. .June 6 

William Oades from S*^ John, Hackney. Affid. June 21 

Catherine dau. of Philip and Alice Gauin. Affid. no date 

Samuel s. of Benjamin and Frances Brown. Affid. July 7 

Bulah s. of Charles and Elizabeth Marshall. Affid. no date 

William s. of William and Ann Cooke. Affid. July 24 has Cook 

Mary dau. of Thomas and Sarah Lowe. Affid. July 24 has Low 

Dorothy Darby, a stranger. No aff. 

Mary w. of James Parry. Affid. Sept. 26 

Sarah Smith, a nurse child. No aff. 

Thomas Hayter. Affid. Oct. 22 

Elizabeth dau. of Thomas and Mary Maycock. Affid. Oct. 31 

Elizabeth dau. of Daniel and Mary Alcock. Affid. Nov. 13 has Allcock 

Mary dau. of Gyles and Elizabeth Grendy. Affid. Dec. 7 has Grendey 

John s. of John and Elizabeth Beckett. Affid. Dec. 7 has Backett 

Jane dau. of xA^rthur and Hester Downes. Affid. Dec. 20 

John Applebee. Affid. no date 

George Hampton. No aff. 

John s. of John and Bridget Miller. Affid. Jan. 24 

Mary dau. of Charles and Mary Assendon. Affid. Jan. 24 has Assington 

Catherine dau. of John and Susanna Smith. Affid. Feb. 6 

Francis s. of Mary Weston, W. No aff. 

Margaret w. of John Lillingdine. Affid. Feb. 28 has Littingdine 

Elizabeth dau. of James and Martha Dickens. Affid. Feb. 28 

Tho. Cooke, Eector. 

William s. of William and Priscilla Tyrrell. No aff. 
Eebecca dau. of John and Ellis Cottee. Affid. March 30 

1723. 

Robert s. of E-ichard and Elizabeth Carter. Affid. April 11 

Ann dau. of John and Bridget Pocock. No aff. 

Ann dau. of Harry and Mary Taylor. No aff. 

Aff. made April 30 for Elizabeth Edmund ; not in Eegister 

Charles s. of Charles and Mary Assendon. Affid. May 15 has Assenton 

Joseph s. of John and Eose Hall. Affid. June 14 

Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Eead. Affid, July 10 

John Parker. Affid. July 30 

John Crawley. Affid. Aug. 14 

Sarah Goodall, W. Affid. Aug. 27 

Jane dau. of Thomas and Mary Maycock. Affid. jSept. 6 



1721 


Jan. 


13 




14 




28 


Feb. 


13 




16 




19 




24 


Mar. 


6 




11 




15 




24 


Mar. 


27 


May 31 
June 16 


July 


2 
3 




13 




13 




19 




30 


Sept. 
Oct. 


22 

18 




18 




27 


Nov. 


8 


Dec. 


1 




1 




16 




26 


Jan. 


4 




12 




20 




31 


Feb. 


3 




22 




24 


Mar. 


21 




24 


Apri 


1 6 
23 




28 




30 


May 11 
June 11 


July 


7 
24 


Aug 


. 7 




22 


Sept 


. 3 



1723 


Sept. 


6 


Oct. 


12 




18 




20 


Nov. 


10 


Dec. 


14 




23 




31 


Jan. 


11 




17 


Feb. 


9 


Mar. 


3 




7 



BURIALS. 253 

Mary dau. o£ Thomas and Dorothy Foster, Affid. Sept. 11 

Tliomas s. of Thomas and Susanna Stokes. Affid. Oct. 16 

Mary dau. of Thomas and Maiy Vaughan. Affid. Oct. 24 

Agnes dau. of James and Mary Patten. No aff. 

Christopher Highon, W. Affid. Nov. 12 has Highhon 

James Chatvvine. A ffid. Dec. 14 has Chatwin 

Martha Pope, S. Affid. Dec. 23 

Thomas s. ot" Joliu and Joanna Taylor. Affid. Dec. 31 

Benjamin s. of William and Mary Court. Affid. Jan. 11 

Mary Webb, W. Affid. Jan. 17 

Abraham Bowen s. of Johji and Ann Witherell. Affid. Feb. 9 

Martha Vaughan. Affid. March 3 

Martha w. of William Morrell. Affid. March 7 

1724. 

April 6 John s. of Robert and Mary Wass. Affid. April 6 

7 Thomas Aylworth. Affid. April 7 has Aleworth 

10 Ann dau. of Richard and Elizabeth Hawker. Affid. April 10 

May 12 William Court. Affid. May 12 

29 James s. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. May 29 

June 23 George s. of Thomas and Margaret Pullyn. Affid. June 23 

July 29 Sarah dau. of James and Sarah Thirly. Affid. July 29 

Aug. 11 M'' Edward Davis, in the chancel ground, brought from S' John, 
Hackuy. Affid. Aug. 11 

25 Mary dau. of Harry and Mary Taylor. Affid. Aug. 25 

Sept. 3 William Henry s. of John and Mary Cockcroft. Affid. Sept. 3 

Oct. 13 John s. of John and Mary Crawley. Affid. Oct. 13 

27 Elizabeth d;iu. of Robert and Mary Lavvson. Affid. Oct. 27 

Nov. 18 Mary dau. of John and Mary Crawley. Affid. Nov. 18 

29 Abel Bowyer s. of Henry and Eleanor Brindley. Affid. Nov. 29 

Jan. 28 Joseph s. of Joseph and Mary White. Affid. Jan. 28 

Feb. 13 Samuel s. of Robert and Mary Wass Affid. Feb. 13 

19 Mary dau. of Richard and Elizabeth Hawker. Affid. Feb. 21 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

Mar. 15 John s. of Edward and Elizabeth Boone. Affid. March 15 

21 Juliana dau. of Thomas and Mary Middleton. Affid. March 21 

1725. 

Elizabeth AVadsworth, W., in the church ground. Affid. April 1 

G-eor^e Culverwell. Affid. May 26 

Eady w. of John Key. Affid. June 4 

Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Maycock, in church ground. Affid. 

Aug. 15 
John Hall. Affid. Aug. 22 

John s. of John and Mary Crawley. Affid. Aug. 26 
Peter Boss, a foundling. Affid. Sept. 4 
John s. of William and Elizabeth Taylor. No aff. 
AVilliam Caswell. No aff. 

Alice dau. of William and Elizabeth Cooper. No aff. 
Harry s. of Harry and Mary Taylor. No aff. 
John Aston s. of John and Rose Hall. Affid. Nov. 4 
Hester w. of Richard Ambler. Affid. Nov. 25 
Vauruyvejf s. of Benjamin and Frances Brown. Affid. Dec. 9 



April 

May 

June 


1 

26 

4 


Aug. 


15 




22 




26 


Sept. 
Oct. 


4 
15 




17 




27 




27 


Nov. 


24 




25 


Dec. 


9 



264 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, ?AUL*S WHARE. 

1725 

Jan. 11 Hugh s. of Thomas and Mary Bates. No aff. 

17 Sarah Jackett. No aff. 

19 James s. of James and Mary Matthews. No aff. 

Feb, 6 Hannah dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Kemp. No aff. 

11 Charles Sparkes. No aff. 

16 Jane Hawker, W. No aff. 

16 John Crawley. No aff. 

21 John Powell. No aff. 

27 James Medlicott, Esq. No aff. 

Mar. 4 Ann Croft [? Craft]. No aff. 

19 Thomas s. of James and Sarah Thurley. No aff. 

1726. 

Mar. 30 Susan dau. of John and Susan Smith. No aff. 

30 Thomas W^ilson. No aff. 
May 4 Joseph Cherry. No aff. 

July 8 James s. of Thomas and Hannah Wells. No aff. 

11 Jane dau. of Robert and Jane Sleeford. No aff. 

26 Elizabeth dau. of Charles and Elizabeth Sparks. No aff. 

27 John s. of Samuel and Sarah Hollis. No aff. 

31 Marretta dau. of Thomas and Mary Dytch. No aff. 
Aug. 14 Edward s. of Charles and Elizabeth Sparks. No aff. 

21 Margaret w. of AVilliam Goddard, in church ground. No aff. 

23 Susanna dau. of Thomas and Mary INfaycock, in church ground. No aff. 

Sept. 11 Samuel s. of Samuel and Eleanor Illing, in church ground. No aff. 

14 Eichard El lard, dyer, in church ground. No aff. 
Oct. 13 Bridget Duffin. No aff. 

Nov. 7 Mary w. of Charles Assendon. No aff. 

Dec. 7 Elizabeth Castle, w. No aff. 

9 Sarah dau. of John and Mary Crawley. No aff. 

15 Catherine dau. of John and Catherine Allen. No aff. 
Jan. 22 Haunah w. of Thomas Hall. No aff. 

Tho. Cooke, Rector 

Mar. 7 John s. of Mark and Mary Holman. Affid. March 20 

13 Aff. made Mai'ch 13 for Salwin Rogers ; not in Register 

22 Nathanaell Elliott. No aff. 

1727. 

April 27 Sarah w. of John Thorowgood, victualler, in the chancell. Affid. 

April 29 

May 14 John Thorowgood, victualler, in the chancell. Affid. May 14 

30 William Shaw, dyer, in church ground. Affid. May 30 

June 3 Sarah dau. of Han-y and Mary Taylor. Affid. June 3 has Taier 

8 Elizabeth w. of Robert Bissell. Affid. June 3 has Bissill 

11 Ellis Davis. Affid. June 11 

July 14 Elizabeth w. of Thomas Woodcock. Affid. July 14 

19 John Ketch, W., a plaislerer. Affid. July 19 has Kitch 

19 Ann dau. of Richard and Elizabeth Hawker. Affid. July 19 

28 Mary dau. of AVilliam and Mary Bennet. Affid. July 28 

28 Aff. made July 28 for John Lawrence ; not in Register 

29 Jane dau. of James and Jane Whiffin. Affid. July 29 

31 Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Goodwin. Affid. July 31 
Aug. 1 John 8. of John and Elizabeth Drake. Affid. Aug. 1 

10 Charles s. of Charles and Elizabeth Harris. Affid. ^ug. 10 



BURIALS. 255 

1727 

Aug. 10 Mary dau. of John and Elizabeth Drake. AfBd. Aug. 10 

15 Charles s. of John and Elizabeth Crabb. AflBd. Aug. 15 has Crab 

25 Mary dau. of William and Elizabeth Cooper. Affid. Aug. 25 

25 Ann dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Moseley. AflBd. Aug. 25 has Mosely 

25 Stevens s. of William and Jane Cash. Afliid. Sept. 25 

26 Seager s. of Seager and Elizabeth Curwen. AflBd. Sept. 20 has Corwen 
Oct. 26 Ann w. of John Askew. Affid. Oct. 26 

Nov. 8 Kichard Wise, Sexton. Affid. Dec. 2 

Dec. 11 John Taylor. Affid. Dec. 11 has Tayler 

12 John s. of John and Bridget Miller. Affid. Dec. 12 

Jan. 9 Elizabeth Hollis, w. No aff. 

31 Ann Harding, s. Affid. Jan. 31 

Mar. 8 Erancis Woodcock, W., a milkman. No aff. 

1728. 

April 19 Charles s. of Thomas and Dinah Smith. Affid. April 19 
Elias s. of Edward and Ann Lewis. Affid. June 1 
Aff. made July 2 for Margaret Owin; not in Register 
Elizabeth dau. of John and Elizabeth Gardiner. Affid. July 7 has 

Gardener 
Aff. made July 15 for Sai'ah Drake ; not in Eegister 
Ann w. of Michael Hare. Affid. July 16 has Heai'e 
Benjamin Brown, cane chair maker. Affid. Aug. 4 
Erancis Cornwallis s. of Erancis and Arabella Llwyd. Affid. Aug. 13 

has Loyd 
Thomas Allason, brought from S' Bartholomew's Hospital. No aff. 
Joseph s. of John and Erances Perkins. Affid. Oct. 8 
William s. of Henry and Joanna Lawrence. Affid. Oct. 12 has Lawrance 
Lawry Parry, widow. Affid. Dec. 4 has Lowery Perrey 
James s. of Daniel and Martha Ivers. Affid. Dec. 4 has Jowres 
Elizabeth Terry, a pensioner, of S* Benet's parish. No aff. 
Mary Beale, a pensioner's child, from S* Sepulchre's. Affid. Jan. 6 has 

Beal 
William Bartlett. Affid. Jan. 26 has Bartlet 
William Dandey. No aff. 

Henry Cook, accidentally drowned in the Thames. Affid. Eeb. 18 
George Cole, W. Affid. March 10 

Tho. Cooke, Eector 

19 James and Carolus sons of Widow Hall, in one coffin. Affid. March 18 
has James and Joseph Hall 

1729. 

Ann dau. of Eichard and Elizabeth Hawker. Affid. April 15 

Daniel Davis. Affid. May 16 

Mary dau. of John and Mary Smith. Affid. July 12 

Sarah dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Sykes. No aff. 

Martha w. of George Pott. Affid. Sept. 3 

Ann dau. of John and Ann Walton. Affid. Sept. 13 has Wallton 

Elizabeth Norris, S. Affid. Sept. 19 

Ann dau. of Thompson and Ann Hamson. Affid. Sept. 28 

Elizabeth Key, W., brought from S' Bartholomew's Hospital. Affid. 

Oct. 20 
John s. of John and Elizabeth Eaton. Affid. Oct. 20 
Sarah Dafforn, w. Affid. Nov. 6 has Daffin 
Ann dau. o^' Henry and Elizabeth Sykes. Affid. Nov, 19hasEliz. Sykes 



June 


1 


July 


2 

7 




15 




17 


Aug. 


4 




14 


Sept. 
Oct. 


13 
1 




6 


Dec. 


4 




4 




17 


Jan. 


8 




26 




29 


Feb. 


18 


Mar. 


10 



April 


.16 


May 

July 


16 
12 
15 


Sept. 


3 

13 




19 




28 


Oct. 


14 




20 


Nov. 


6 




19 



256 KEGISTEES OF ST. PETEK, PAIJL'S WHARF. 

1729 

Nov. 27 Mercy w. o£ Richard Trew. Affid. Nov. 27 

30 Eeiijamin s. of John and JudithOvei'street. Affid. Nov. .30 

Jan. G Thomas Ellard, B. Affid. Jan. (5 

10 Aff. made .Ian. 10 for William Eogers ; not in Eegister 

Feb. 5 Elizabeth \v. of Thomas Drake. Affid. Feb. 5 

23 Elizabeth Wood, w., brought from White Friars. Affid. Feb. 23 

Mar. 6 Alice dau. of John and Alice Worth. Affid. March 

20 Susanna dau. of John and Mary Knight. Affid. March 20 

1730. 

Marv Sparkes, \v. Affid. March 29 has Sparks 

Eicliard s. of John and Mary Wright. Affid. May 2 

Alice w. of John Thatcher. Affid. May 14 

Elizabeth dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Sykes. Affid. June 6 

Aff. made June 20 for Joseph Hopkins ; not in Register 

AVilliam s. of William and Mary Beamont. Affid. June 30 

Mary dau. of William and Maiy Beair.ont. Affid. July 14 

Richard s. of Thomas and Mary Owen. Affid. July 20 has Owin 

AfE. marie July 31 for Mary Beacon ; not in Register 

Aff. made Aug. 11 for Tiling Davis ; not in Begister 

Robert s. of Robert and Mary Biggs. Affid. Aug. 23 

Elizabeth dau. of William and Elizabeth Hughes. Affid. Sept. 23 

Sarah dau. of Robert and Sarah Billington. Affid. Oct. 11 has Billinton 

Mary w. of Isaac Freeman. Affid. Oct. 21 

John s. of Samuel and Eleanor Illing. Affid. Oct. 25 

Mary dau. oF William and Prudence Hall. Affid. Oct. 27 

William s. of Thomas and Elizabeth Slade. Affid. Oct. 27 

James s. of James and Hannah Burroughs. Affid. Oct. 31 has Bourrus 

.Jasper s. of Charles and Elizabeth Sparkes. Affid. Nov. 8 has Sparks 

William Jeffries. Affid. Nov. 18 has Jefferis 

Samuel Hodes, a stranger. Affid. Nov. 26 has Susanah Hodes 

Martha w. of William Shockley. Affid. Dec. 11 

Mary w. of .John Bee, a pentioner. Affid. Dec. 22 

William s. of John and Elizabeth Eaton. Affid. Feb. 2 

Susanna Lane, from S' John Baptist parish. Affid. Feb. 11 

Eleanor w. of Samuel Illing. Affid. Feb. 18 

Thomas Deacon. Affid. Feb. 21 

William s. of John and Elizabeth Jones. Affid. March 3 

1731. 

April 20 Samuel Spragge. Aff. April 20 

25 Elizabeth dau. of John and Eleanor Whitebread. No aff. 
May 3 William Uncles. Affid. May 3 

June 28 John s. of Henry and Elizabeth Sykes. Affid. child, June 28 
July 12 John s. of William and Prudence Hall. Affid. child, July 12 

[From here there are no signatures in the Register till 1759. — Ed.] 

Aug. 30 Bethiah dau. of William and Elizabeth Mitchany. Affid. child, 
Aug. 30 

2 Francis s. of Francis and Elizabeth Pendleton. Affid. child, Aug. 30 

Sept. 19 Michael Hare. Affid. Sept. 19 has Hear 

22 Elizabeth Rigge. Affid. Sept. 22 has Bigg 

Oct. 8 James s. of .James and Elizabeth Stacy. Affid. child, Oct. 8 

26 Thomas a. of Thomas and Mary Piukard. Affid. child, Oct. 26 
Nov. 3 Elizabeth Eaton. Affid. Nov. 3 has Eton 



Mar. 


29 


May 


2 




li 


June 


6 




26 




30 


July 


14 




20 




31 


Aug. 


11 




23 


Sept. 


22 


Oct. 


11 




21 




25 




27 




27 




31 


Nov. 


3 




18 




26 


Dec. 


11 




22 


Feb. 


2 




11 




18 




21 


Mar. 


3 



BUKIALS. 257 

1731 

Nov, 9 Sarah Brian. Affid. Nov. 9 has Bryan 

18 Anne dau. of John and Elizabeth Crabbe. No afE. 

18 Aff. made Nov. 18 for Anne Crab, child ; not in Eegister 

Jan. 3 Eobert Wasse. Affid. Jan. 3, 1732 

5 Elizabeth Botham. Affid. Jan. 5, 1732 

11 Charles Sparkes. Affid. Jan. 11, 1732 

13 Elizabeth Smythers. Affid. Jan. 13, 1732 

Feb. 20 Henry s. of Henry and Elizabeth Svkes. Affid. child, Feb. 20, 1732 

22 George Criswell. Affid. Eeb. 22, 1732 

1732. 

April 17 Isaac Freeman. Affid. April 17 

July 9 Ann dau. of Henry and Ann Whitebread. Affid. child, July 9 

Aug. 11 AYilliam s. of John and Susannah Smith. Affid. child, Aug. 11 

Sept. 18 John Walton. Affid. Sept. 11 

Nov. 29 Jane dau. of Joseph and .Jane Darby. Affid. child, Nov. 29 

Dec. 17 Mary Sanson. Affid. Dec. 17 

20 Bridgett Harte. Affid. Dec. 20 

25 "William Darrickson. Affid. Dec. 25 

Jan. 22 George s. of John and Elizabeth Smith. Affid. child, Jan. 29 

29 Eobert Wells. Affid. Jan. 29 

Mar. 6 Edward Jermain. Affid. March 6 has Jarmain 

15 Hannah dan. of Samuel and Jane Eidler. Affid. March 15 

1733. 

April 18 Margaret Mohun. Affid. April 18 has Moon 

May 26 John Dickens. Affid. May 26 

June 24 Catherine dau. of Thomas and Eleanor More. Affid. child, June 29 

July 5 Catherine dau. of John and Elizabeth Egglesham. Affid. child, July 5* 

8 John Beaver 
29 Mary Wood 

Aug. 3 Frances dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Sykes 

Aug. — Matthew s. of George and Elizabeth Eay 

Oct. 11 John s. of Thomas and Ann Eogers 

14 Thomas s. of Thomas and Mary Wright 
25 William Peat 

Nov. 5 Deborah Binfield 

Dec. 14 Ann dau. of Nicholas and [blank'] Jones 

Jan. 2 Sarah dau. of John and Mary Martin 

9 Elizabeth dau. of John and Susanna Brooks 
27 Elizabeth Clarke 

Mar. 20 George s. of William and Elizabeth Whitehead 

1734. 

May 7 Anne Dade 

7 Edward Abell 

22 Catharine Walker 

Aug. 16 Henry Clarke 

Sept. 16 Charles s. of Charles and Jane King 

29 Elizabeth dau. of Joseph and Jane Darby 

Oct. 13 Martha dau. of William and Jane Cash 

Nov. 15 Ann Whitridge 

* This is the last of the affidavits of burial in woollen, — Ed. 

YOL. IT, I> I, 



258 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1734 

Dec. 29 Timotby Walker 

Jan. 3 John s. of John and Elizabeth Egglesham 

Feb. 9 John Thatcher 

20 Prudence Hall 

1735. 

May 17 Mary dau. of John and Mary Martyn 

July 9 Peter Paul, a foundling 

Aug. 12 Anne Newman 

Sept. 5 Hannah dau. of Charles and Jane King 

Oct. 14 Anne Cooke 

24 Anne dau. of William and Sarah May cock 

25 Thompson Hempson 

Dec. 4 Mary dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth Smith 

7 Prances Ormerod 

19 Mary dau. of John and Elizabeth Wright 
31 Charles King 

Feb. 12 James s. of Thomas and Mary Beaumont 

12 George Burton 

1736. 

April 24 Charles Lloyd 

June 19 Elizabeth Thatcher 

July 6 Anne Taylor 

31 John s. of John and Elizabeth Martin 

Aug. 22 John s. of John and Anne Nicolas 

Sept. 22 Edward Wellington 

Oct. 19 James Beaumount 

Nov. 9 John s. of John and Elizabeth Beckett 

9 William Patterson 

22 Michael s. of Michael and Jane Coles 

Jan. 2 Mary Carter 

Feb. 3 Thomas Thompson 

6 Susanna dau. of John and Elizabeth Murrell 

15 Mary Vaughan 

Mar. 19 [blank'\ Askew 

24 John Martin 

1737. 

April 18 Mary Fox 

29 Thomas s. of William and Elizabeth Mitchiner 

June 25 Mary dau. of Edward and Mary Basse 

Sept. 27 Catharine dau. of Richard and Elizabeth Bristow 

27 Mary dau. of William and Mary Ansley 

Oct. 5 Mary dau. of Thomas and Mary Thompson 

10 Eichard Bristow 

Nov. 6 John Fowler 

.Tan. 13 Hester dau. of John and Mary Griynn 

Feb. 14 Enoch s. of Henry and Martha Haggens 

Mar. 3 Christopher Jones 

9 Robert s. of John and Elizabeth Beckett 

20 Henry Sykes 

1738. 

April 1 Nathaniel Everard s. of Thomas and Mary Pinckard 

May 27 Margaret w. of Richard Home 

June J2 John s, of William and Catharine Hall 



BtJRtALS. 25^ 



1738 

June 14 John s. of William and Mary Annsley 

July 12 Sarah dau. of Josias and Elizabeth Stevens 

Aug. 3 Mary Manning 

9 Samuel s. of Hugh and Elizabeth Smith 

Sept. 3 Mary dau. of Samuel and Gertrude Eoyle 

Nov, 12 Mary dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth Newman 

12 Peter s. of Peter and Ann Bang 

12 William s. of William and Joanna Crossly 

24 Anne Wells 

Jan, 7 John s. of John and Ann Nickoles 

26 Mary Shortland 

Mar, 21 Catherine dau. of Richard and Catherine King 

21 Sarah dau. of Thomas and Mary Pinckard 

1739. 

April 10 John Wise 

13 Mary Hall 

25 Elizabeth w. of John Hambleton 

30 Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary Jemitt 
May 27 Gertrude w. of Samuel Royle 

June 26 Michael Idle, in S' Bennett's church 

Oct. 5 John s, of Thomas and Mary Pinckard 

10 Isaac Lane 

18 George s, of David and Elizabeth Turner 

23 William Evans 

Dec. 30 William Welch 

31 Anne dau. of Christopher and Martha Moore 
Jan. 20 John Miller 

Feb. 1 Deborah Midgeley 

4 Philip s. of Benjamin and Anne Richards 

6 Alice Shackley 

Mar. 20 Robert Sleeford 

23 William Sparkes 

1740. 

Mar. 27 Grace dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth Newman 

30 James s. of Robert and Jane Challehan 

30 Jane dau. of William and Jane Cash 
April 13 John Glynn 

20 Sarah Harrade 

May 7 Elizabeth Phillipps 

10 Mary Planet 
June 1 Daniel Roberts 
July 8 Amey Edmonds 

11 Thomas Bristow 

15 Sarah dau. of Richard and Catharine Webb 

Sept. 7 Hester Jones 

29 Judith Herring 

Nov. 11 Anna-Maria Vaugham 

Dec. 9 William s. of Henry and Martha Hagens 

22 Thomas Slade 

31 Joseph Mist 

Jan. 19 Thomas s. of Richard and Martha Home 

23 Absalom s. of Absalom and Elizabeth Robinson 
28 Elizabeth Vaughan 



260 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1740 

Peb. 3 Edward s. of Thomas and Mary Williams 

3 John Christian s. of John and Sarah Eaymond 

Mar. 22 Thomas Beaumont 

1741. 

April 7 William Beaumont 

11 Josiah s. of Josiah and Mary Blaley 

May 14 Abigail Smitb 

20 John s. of John and Anne Edwards 

June 4 William Benton 

Sept. 10 Anne dau. of Clayton and Elizabeth Eoyestou 

23 Anne dau. of William and Elizabeth Whitehead 

Oct. 9 George Arthur Ellard 

Nov. 29 Isabella Lloyd 

Dec. 6 Joseph Pace 

20 Catharine dau. of John and Mary Grlynn 
Jan. 17 John Smith 

Eeb. 5 Mary Ellard 

11 William s. of John and Mary Elawell 

18 Sarah Spencer 

Mar. 9 Samuel s. of James and Judith Clarke 

1742. 

April 4 James Clarke 

25 Mary King 

May 12 Elizabeth Patton 

July 25 Mary Wright 

Aug. 3 Elizabeth Painter 

18 John s. of James Bee 

Sept. 16 Elizabetb w. of Benjamin Newman 

Oct. 17 Eichard Lowden 

Dec. 15 Anne dau. of David and Elizabeth Turner 

21 Eichard s. of Eichard and Elizabeth Beamount 



1743. 



May 27 James Beamont, a child 

June 3 Thomas Wells 

14 Theophilus Smith, a child 

Aug. 1 Benjamin Turner 

Sept. 1 Joseph Eobert Nickols 

9 Samuel Wells 

Dec. 19 Anne Silk 

30 Jane Jarmau 

Feb. 15 Hannah Wells 



1744. 



Mar. 25 Elizabeth Sykes 

May 14 Philip Parkinson 

July 10 Mary Phillips 

Aug. 7 Mary HolJand 

Sept. 9 John s. of John and Mary Stedman 

Oct. 5 Elizabeth Batt 

Dec. 15 Eichard Barrow 



BURIALS. 261 



1744 

Dec. 21 [blank] Lindsey 

21 Ann Norwood 

Jan. 16 Eobert Bryan 

Feb. 10 Mary Surges 

Mar. 7 William G-oddard 

7 Mary Evans 

17 Mary Cook 



May 1 James Bee 

23 Eobert G-eorge Wass 

Sept. 7 Mary Welles 

10 Sarah Dutton 

Oct. 1 EHzabeth Crabb 

Nov. 17 Frederick Lloyd 

Dec. 31 Anne Wharton 

Mar. 11 Dorothy Morris 

19 Thomas Sabine 



1745. 



1746. 



April 18 William Botham 

May 6 Martha Smith 

June 2 Mary Silk 

5 William Cass 

26 Hugh Setterthat 

July 7 Sarah Reman 

13 William Lewis 
17 John Mason 

Aug. 10 Richard Sparkes 

31 Elizabeth Williams 

Sept. 7 William Wright 

14 Mar7 Wass 
25 William Noble 

Nov. 16 Hannah Dutton and Thomas Wells Dutton 

23 Mary Williams 

24 Jenny dau. of William and Margaret Mitchyerd 
30 Charles Sparkes 

Dec. 6 Mary Foxon 

21 Martha Hagens 

25 Hester Beaumont 
Jan. 8 Cassandra Lloyd 
Feb. 25 Sarah Jones 

1747. 

Mar. 27 Richard Marsden 

April 24 Richard Craham 

28 Thomas Marshall 

May 9 Thomas Turner 

12 Mary Youer 

21 William Beauchampe 

June 23 Peter Hiutou 

Oct. 16 Elizabeth Mitchenor 

9 4- child from Queenhythe parish 

Nov. 8 Essex Batt 



262 REGiStEllS OF ST. PETteR, PATJL's WHARF. 

1747 

Jan. 11 John Jones 

11 Richard Shrimpton 

17 John Wicks 

17 John Flowers 

Feb. 16 James Penny 

28 Elizabeth Hobbs 

28 Edmund Wright 



1748. 



Mar. 25 M"" Charles King 

May 3 Elizabeth Turner 

19 Ann Lloyd 

Aug. 7 Elizabeth Bristow 

16 Elizabeth Walker 

Oct. 8 Hannah Northren 

Dec. 4 William Botham 

25 M" [blank] Slade 

Jan. 28 Elizabeth Millman 

Mar. 11 James Vanderplank 

12 Elizabeth Wright 



1749. 



April 28 James White 

May 4 William Ceane 

21 Frances Evans 

June 9 William Bat 

Aug. 19 John Vanderplank 

29 Thomas Burgess 

[From the above page the burials are written on one side only. — Ed.] 

24 Eobert Ashfield 

28 Thomas Harman 

Oct. 23 Thomas Jossling 

Nov. 1 Augustus Taylor 

28 Thomas Wicks 

Jan. 21 [blank] Hunter 

Feb. 21 [blank] Welch, a woman 

Mar. 13 Bridget Miller 



1750. 



June 7 William Remoud 

July 10 Sarah Barnet 

Aug. 7 William Read 

Nov. 6 Joseph Lines 

Jan. 30 Mary Cook 

Feb. 28 John Millman 

Mar. 6 Sarah Wharton 



April 7 Elizabeth Button 

15 Stephen Christopher 

15 Griffith Prichard 

19 Jane Sleef ord 



1751. 



BURIALS. 26^ 

1751 

May 30 William Hall, drowned 

June 20 Martha Botham 

Aug. 27 A man killed by falling from D"" Hay's house 

Sept, 2 John Holmes 

12 James Whitehead 

These last three entries are struck out, and a note on the opposite page says 
" These belong to S' Bennets Parish and were inserted by mistake." They are 
also entered in the Kegister of that parish. — Ed. 

Sept. — Sarah Folks 
Nov. — John Morrison 
Nov. 17 Mary Caroline Miller 

1752. 

Jan. 5 Elizabeth Greenwood 

Mar. 9 Catherine Craggs 

20 Mary Pinkerd 

April 6 Edward Smith 

May 8 John Greenwood, a child 

16 Ann Button 

Aug. 20 Mary Saunders 

25 [blank] Knight, a child 

4 Richard and Elizabeth Harred, twins 

20 Elizabeth Eisber 

1753. 

Jan. 23 Jane Wrigbt 

Mar. 7 [blankl, a child 

18 [blankl, a child 

24 Elizabeth Craggs 
April 2 Samuel Ange 

18 Edward Jones 

22 [blank], a child, by y® parish 
May 4 Edward Davice 

21 William Brion 

June 20 Susanna Vanderplank, an infant 

July 29 Sarah Sophia Dutton 

29 Sarah Holleis 
Aug. 12 Catherine Bayes 
Oct. 25 William Pepiat 

25 Mary Grimat, by y* Parish 
Nov. 18 George Wharton 

1754. 

Feb. 24 Sharnet Williams 

[no date] James Ward 

Mar. 27 Daniel Clatin 

April 22 Elizabeth Box 

23 Elizabeth Boultin 

28 Mary Ashfield, a child 

May 23 Thomas Box, a child 

June 22 John Bee 

30 Ann Williams, a girl 
July 9 John Wright, printer 

10 *Patrick Murfey and John Gabriel, killed by y* fall of a wall 

* This entry appears to have been interlineated. — Ed, 



264 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PATJL'S WHARF. 

1754 

Aug. 2 Sarah "Welch, an infant 

5 Joseph Werrel, an infant 
27 Francis Groodson 

Sept. 3 Elizabeth Winesper 

17 Elizabeth Fourd 

6 William Mitchiner 
8 AVilliam Groves 

Oct. 13 William Ofill, an infant 

20 Elizabeth Barnett, a child 

Nov, 5 Elias Moore 

7 Mary Fisher 

10 Charles Willson 

20 Mary Ann Pether, a child 

24 Catherine Moore,* an infant 

Dec. 8 Mary Morris 

24 Sarah Myers 

31 AVilliam Cleuner, from Queenhythe 

1755. 

Jan. 7 James Fry, an infant 

19 [hlankl Fry and Tho^ Pry, an infant, mother and son 
Feb. 15 Elizabeth Nutton 

15 Mary Bubb 
Mar. 12 Eobert Branfield 

20 Tho« Eider, an infant 

23 Eobert Bryant 
April 9 Tho^ Smith, an infant 

24 Eobert Barnet, an infant 
24 William Veal 

27 Hannah Pool, an infant 

May 11 A man drowned, unknown 

18 Elizabeth Leech, an infant 

July 2 John Smith 

13 Henry Walker 

13 Francis Whatton 

16 Elizabeth Cleller 
Aug. 3 Barnet Testy 

6 Mary Gears 

8 John Jones 

12 Joseph Butler 

31 Henry Simes 

Sept. 9 Margaret Jones 

29 John Leech 

Oct. 6 Barnard Tesley 

8 Tho« Ashfield 

Nov. 2 Elizabeth Whitehead 

3 Myrtilla Barnett, an infant 

4 Cliarles Wright 

12 Jane Williams, an infant 
Dec. IG William Chick, a child 

31 Lucy dau. of Edward and Elizabeth Jones 

1756. 
Jan. 13 Ann Smith, by y^ parish 
Feb. 5 Samuel Ford, an infant 

* " Moore" is written over " Wye," struck out.— Ep. 



BURIALS. 265 

1756 

Peb. 11 Elizabeth Ware 

14 Edward Ellard, by y* parish 
18 Isabella Chick 

22 Mary Ann Randall, an infant 
Mar. 14 Thomas Worrell, a child 
April 4 Richard Beaumount 

16 John Allam 

25 Richard Dutton 
May 26 Tho« Ryder, an infant 
July 11 Elizabeth Pecock, an infant 
Aug. 22 Perkin Bolton, an infant 
Oct. 7 Isabella Bryan 

24 William Peter Portman 
Xov. 10 Susannah Allaham 

17 John Jones 
Dec. 31 Henry Stroud 

1757. 

Eeb. 6 Tho* Tounley, a child 

15 John Wooderson 

27 Sarah Airess. Entered in S' Bonnet's by mistake 
Mar. 24 Elizabeth Ann Ward, a child 

31 Mary Webb 

April 24 John Weeks 

May 18 Elizabeth Airiss, a child 

31 Mary Jones 

June 19 Henry Smith, a youth 

28 Ann Hiuton, an infant 
Aug. 12 Ann Wickes, a child 

28 Tho' and Elizabeth Williams 
Sept. 25 John Wickes, a child 

Oct. 2 Robert Edwards, a child 

16 George Wharton 
30 Ann Turner 

Dec. 16 Samuel Clark, a child 

1758. 

Jan. 20 Elizabeth Stevenson, a child 

20 Elias Cook, a child 

26 Anthony Slade 
Feb. 2 John Welch 

Mar. 29 Deborah Steart, a child 

April 16 Edward Jones 

23 Elizabeth Newton 

May 4 Tho^ and John Worrall, children 

9 John East, a child 

16 Mary Rayman 

18 Elizabeth Noble 

June 18 William s. of Peter and Sarah Cook 

22 Ann dau. of Nicholas and Elizabeth Hall 

25 Ann dau. of Henry and Elizabeth Deuell 
July 5 Ann dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Williams 
Aug. 8 Jane dau. of James and Elizabeth Drumgould 
Oct. 17 Elizabeth w. of John Ryder 

29 Jonathan s. of William and Elizabeth Barnett 

TOL. IV, U M 



266 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1758 
Nov. 12 Luke Bock 

29 Charlote dau. of David and Mary Williams 

1759. 

Feb. 13 Ann dau. of William and Sarah Chick 

Stan. Ellison, Sector 
Elizabeth Clarke 

Joseph s. of Joseph and Euth Heath 
Hebecca Clarke 
Elizabeth Drumgold 

Mary Catkerine dau. of Matthew and Mary Smyth 
Mary dau. of Thomas aud Ann Williams 
Abraham s. of Abraham and Elizabeth Spratt 
Ann dau. of William and Sarah Chick 
Esther dau. of William and Elizabeth Rider 
Elizabeth Gilbert 
Matthias William Eugless, an infant 

1760. 

Digby 8. of Samuel and [blank'] Scott 

Thomas s. of Thomas and Jane Lock 

Abiah dau. of Eichard and Ann Cooper 

James s. of Catharine Bignal 

Mary Webb 

Elizabeth dau. of Peter and Sarah Cook 

Mary Teasley 

Tho« Hurll 8." of William and Sarah Chick 

William Whitehead 

Henry s. of Clement and Ann Cook 

1761. 

Ann James 

Elizabeth Glover 

Giles Tomlin 

Susannah dau. of Henry and Mary Sims 

Mary dau. of Joseph and Mary Hinton 

Joseph Stevenson s. of Joseph and Mary Hinton 

Charles s. of Susannah Tomlin 

Willmote dau. of John and Martba Woodcock 

James Hollis 



Mar. 


26 


April 


1 3 

20 


May 


15 
22 


June 26 


July 
Oct. 


11 

7 


Nov. 


17 




18 


Dec. 


12 


Feb. 


28 


May 


18 
27 


Aug. 


3 


Sept. 


11 
19 


Oct. 


1 




14 


Nov. 


12 


Dec. 


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May 31 
June 24 




24 


July 


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20 




26 


Aug. 

Nov. 


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1 


Dec. 


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Jan. 


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28 


Feb. 


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7 


Mar. 


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April 
May 


[12 
19 
30 


July 


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27 



Stan. Ellison, Eector 



1762. 

James s. of Samuel and Hannah Leaver 

James Townly 

Robert Page 

Alexander Garret 

William s. of William and Margaret Ball 

Esther dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth Day 

Elizabeth Sibon 

John Hollis 

Ann dau. of Eichard and Ann Cooper 

John 8, of Thomas and Marv Worral] 



Burials. 26^ 

1762 

Aug. 4 Joseph Clark 

10 William s. of William and Mary Pancridge 

16 James Bignell, an infant 
20 Elizabeth Shepherd 

Sept. 2 Mary Elliot 

Oct. 4 Mary dau. of John and Mary Hurry 

14 Charles s. of David and Mary Williams 

Nov. 4 Alexander s. of Henry and Sarah Kan 

1763. 

Feb. 14 M'' Tho* Pinkard, in a vault 

19 Mary Stevens, a child 

May 23 Margaret Brothers 

July 12 Thomas Hall 

19 William Clay 

26 Abia Cooper 

27 Joseph Hinton 
31 Esther Noble 

Aug. 8 Henry Callope 

17 Jane Harris 

Sept. 27 Ann dau. of Charles and Ann Liske 

27 Margaret and John s. and dau. of Mary and John Trip 

29 Elizabeth Mary Evans 

Oct. 5 Mary dau. of Aaron and Elizabeth Powell 

24 William Stocker 

Dec. 11 Susanna dau. of Tho' Reeves 

29 Joseph 8. of Joseph and Elizabeth Reeves 

Stan. Ellison, Rector 

On the opposite blank page are the following notes : " N.B. — M' Pinkard had 
no Faculty for his vault. The Pees for Burial therein, the same as if buried in 
y* church, but ought to be more. — S. Ellison, Rector." 

Burials. 

1763 Ap^ 10 Stephen son of Stephen and Grrace Armatage 
1763 Api 24 John son of Edw<^ aud Eliz. Tomliuson 

The above two Burials shoud have been enterd before Margaret Brothers on 
y® opposite Page. — S. Ellison, Rector. 

1764. 

John Long 

Edward Matinley, a stranger 

James Smith 

Esther Day, an infant 

1765. 

Jemmima Dowd, in childbed 

Joseph s. of Joseph and Esther Noble 

John and Elizabeth Lampson, man and wife 

John Day 

Samuel s. of Samuel and Elizabeth Day 

Joseph Benjamin, an infant 



Mar. 


25 




28 


Sept. 


12 


Dec. 


21 


Jan. 


7 




18 




25 




28 


Mar. 


25 


April 


11 



268 REGISTERS OF ST. :?ETfiR, PAUL*S WHARF. 

1765 

April 14 Marj Ann Reeves, an infant 

June 6 Deborah King 

Aug. 30 Elizabeth Reeves 

Sept. 13 John Smith, an infant 

20 Sarah Jones, an infant 

Oct. 3 Jonathan Hilliard, an infant 

Dec. 4 Edward Tomlinson, an infant 

1766. 

Feb. 6 Jacob Erry 

8 Tho« Gillis 

8 Elizabeth Hardacre 

28 John Hawkesworth, a drowned infant 

April 9 Jacob Kruger, an infant 

16 George Rider, an infant 
May 14 Hannah Stevens, an infant 

20 Thomas Exall 

June 1 Thomas Wheeler 

July 18 Elizabeth Ball, an infant 

Oct. 2 Robert Page, an infant 

13 Joham Joachim, aged 

24 Isaac Cuff, aged 

Nov. 19 Peter Cockran, an infant 

28 Rebecca "Ward, aged 

Dec. 12 Repent Heartwell, an infant 

18 Hans Christian Theele, aged 

1767. 

Jan. 2 Mary Ann Smith, in Pinkard's vault 

17 John Tomlinson, an infant 

^ , _ Stan. Ellison, Rector 

Feb. 23 William Booth, aged 

Mar. 81 Hannah Smith, an infant 

April 13 Nelly Glover, an infant 

May 7 Elizabeth Pyke, an infant 

19 Elizabeth Glover, aged 
22 William Mott, an infant 

June 28 Tho^ Harris, an infant 

Sept. 20 Elizabeth Isabella Campbell, an infant 

Oct. 22 Mary Dorothy Mills, an infant 

Dec. 1 Elizabeth Ann Stevens, an infant 

1768. 

Jan. 18 John Featherstone, an infant 

29 Christopher John Ryder, an infant 
Feb. 3 Mary Atkinson, aged 

28 Judith Clerk, aged 

Mar. 13 Abigail Watldns, aged 

17 Mary Pauling Hodges, an infant 

May 31 Joseph Noble, an infant 

July 4 Thomas Hall, an infant 

17 Sarah Brown, an infant 

Aug. 10 Elizabeth Mitchell, an infant 

Sept. 15 Ann Hall, aged 



BURIALS. 269 

Thomas Holland, an infant 
John Knope, aged 
Christ'" Tho= Rider, an infant 
William Eider, an infant 

1769. 

Ann Pyke, an infant 
Eleanor Freeman, an infant 
Aaron Powell, aged 
John Jones, an infant 
Jane Freeman, an infant 
Mary Spencer, an infant 
Sarah Foulser, an infant 
Greorge Trentham, aged 

SiAN. Ellison, Eec*^ 
Hugh MacDonald, an infant 
Charles Tho® Short, an infant 
Sarah Oxshaw, aged 
Edward Jebb, an infant 
Robert Rochford Noble, an infant 

1770. 

Rebecca Rider, an infant 

Clem. EdgingtoQ, aged 

Margaret Haines, aged 

Hugh Lewis, an infant 

Ann Allen, aged 

Tho^ Hilliard, an infant 

Tho^ How, an infant 

Ann Archer, aged 

Richard Humpries, aged 

Greorge Lewis, an infant, drowned 

Andrew Jones, aged 

Ann Shambrook, aged 

Francis Bathmaker, aged 

Robert Wilson Smith, an infant 

Joseph Humble, aged 

Hans Haggens, aged 

Elizabeth Jebb, an infant 

John Macdonald, an infant 

Ann Collins, aged 

Thomas Beeson, an infant 

1771. 

Jan. 22 Susannah Ashfield, aged 

27 Jane Denuey, aged 

Mar. 14 Robert Montgomerie, aged 

29 Christopher Nelson Rj'^der, an infant 

April 29 William Paschall, aged 

May 5 Robert Burchell, aged 

*Cheist« Armstbong, Curate 

17 Stephen Tomliuson, an infant 

June 2 William King Chick, an infant 

* After this there are no signatures in the Register. — Ed. 



1768 


Oct. 


2 




13 


Nov. 


2 




3 


Jan. 


5 


Feb. 


2 




5 


Mar. 


29 


April 
May 


9 

1 

21 


June 


9 




20 


Aug. 


3 
29 


Oct. 


11 


Dec. 


10 


Feb. 


2 




12 




25 


Mar. 


5 




13 




20 




25 




28 


April 
June 


120 

7 




14 




20 


July 


22 
29 


Sept. 


13 
24 




27 




27 


Nov. 


16 


Dec. 


26 



270 REGISTERS OF ST. i^ETER, PAULAS WHARI". 

1771 

Aug. 14 Robert Hancock, an infant 

20 Mary Younger, an infant 

Sept. 12 Mary How, aged 

Oct. 9 Christian Ryder, an infant 

30 William Seller, an infant 

Nov. 10 James Habin, aged 

17 William Arms worth, an infant 

19 Charlotte Paldon, an infant 

1772. 

Jan. 5 Hannah Bathmaker, aged 

26 Sarah Ragg, aged 

Feb. 11 George Beeson, an infant 

27 Elizabeth Tyler, aged 
Mar. 11 Matthew Finley, aged 

19 Mary Morris, aged 

May 27 John Jones, aged 

July 10 Elizabeth Trout, an infant 

12 Edward Tyler, aged 

17 Rachaell Rider, an infant 

22 William Armsworth, an infant 

Aug. 25 Daniell Hodges, Sexton of the parish 

Sept. 23 Richard Sells, an infant 

Oct. 4 Thomas Meyers, an infant 

16 James Macdonald, an infant 

31 John Law, an infant 

Dec. 29 Thomas Stevens, aged 

1773. 

Jan. 2 Francis Sawyer, aged 

4 John Muddle, aged 

8 Caroline Bignall, aged 

29 Jane Brown, aged 

Feb. 6 Thomas Jennings, an infant 

Mar. 17 Mary Letter, aged 

26 Elizabeth Ann Cater, an infant 

28 Thomas Rigg, aged 

June 17 Mary Jebb, aged 

Oct. 31 Thomas Lewis, aged 

Nov. 7 Richard Offield, aged 

18 Mary Maria Hancock, an infant 

Dec. 5 John Collins Playter, an infant 

18 Ann Riley, an infant 



1774. 



Jan. 30 John Wilkins, an infant 

Feb. 23 [blank] Hill, an infant 

May 1 Mary Ann Dunn, an infant 

July 19 James Smith, an infant 

Sept. 18 Christopher Ryder, an infant 

Nov. 3 Thomas Wood, an infant 

6 Richard Bannister, an infant 

27 Q-eorge Bason, an infant 



BURIALS. 271 

1775. 



Jan. 


21 




23 


Feb. 


12 


Mar. 


15 


April 17 
20 




21 


May 
June 


14 
11 


July 


11 

30 


Aug. 


7 
27 




31 


Sept. 
Oct. 


15 
27 


Nov. 


30 


Dec. 


2 




17 


Jan. 


21 


Feb. 


4 




11 


Mar. 


3 




8 


June 


2 


July 
Aug. 
Sept. 


21 

11 

4 

15 


Oct. 


1 




6 


Nov. 


21 




30 


Dec. 


15 




29 


Jan. 


7 


Feb. 


6 




27 


Mar. 


2 




4 




25 


Apri 
May 
Junt 


117 

25 

J 5 




9 




16 


Aug 


. 22 




27 


Oct, 


26 



Thomas North, aged 

Ann Dunkley, an infant 

Michael Jones, aged 

Christian Eayman, aged 

James Seavers, an infant 

David Daniell, an infant 

Deborah Jebb, an infant 

William Seller, aged 

Samuel Hawkshaw, an infant 

William Bath, an infant 

Elizabeth Day, aged 

William Anthony, aged 

Mary Jebb, an infant 

Ann Smith, an infant 

John Williams, drowned, aged 

John Hancock Bannister, an iufant 

Giles Fortin, aged 

John Felton, an infant 

John Woodcock, aged 

1776. 

William Hilliard, an infant 
Richard Luxter, an infant 
Elizabeth Ganthony, an infant 
Partrick Kilcen, an infant 
Elizabeth Plator, an infant 
Sophia Margarett Spencer, aged 
Thomas Milwood, an infant 
Ann Hodges, an infant 
Joseph Noble, aged 
James Dunn, aged 
Mary Smith, an infant 
Mary Ellerton Busby, an infant 
Charlotte Thorne, an infant 
Mary Worrell, aged, drowned 
Elizabeth Birkwood, an infant 
Mary Christian, an infant 



1777. 



James Surredge, aged 
Elizabeth Rouse, aged 
Ann Rider, an infant 
John Bath maker, aged 
William Clayton, an infant 
Thomas Hilliard, an infant 
Sarah Felton, an iufant 
Joseph Goodman, aged 
John Henry Heier, an infant 
John Gorman, drowned 
Abraham Brooksbank, aged 
John Felton, aged 
Ann Stoker, aged 
Ann Lewis, aged 



272 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1777 

Nov. 3 Sophia Seaman, an infant 

12 Mary Keiling, an infant 

14 Mary Thorne, aged 

27 John Smith, aged 

28 Mary Gorman 

Dec. 9 Thomas Cook, an infant 

17 Margarett Claton, an infant 

1778. 

Jan. 18 Elizabeth Maund, an infant 

Feb. 5 Margarett Wallin, aged 

21 Mary Ann Backler, an infant 

22 Ann Elizabeth Busby, an infant 
Mar. 10 Elizabeth Wood, an infant 

11 Ann Lowe, aged 

27 Frederick Seaman, an infant 

29 Mary Meyers, an infant 

April 14 Ann Elizabeth Margaret Lowe, an infant 

19 Benjamin Headford, an infant 

30 William Clanfield, an infant 
May 3 Mary Trayford, an infant 

10 Susannah Tredwell, an infant 

12 Ann Savers, an infant 
June 2 John Pike, aged 

4 Ann Stephens, an infant, from S' Martin in the Fields 

Aug. 24 James Hilliard, an infant, aged 20 months 

Sept. 22 Thomas Gordon, an infant, aged 5 weeks 

Oct. 9 Elizabeth Norton, aged 4 months 

10 William Tomlinson, aged 19 years, accidentally drowned 

16 Ann Eyder, from S*^ Martin, Ludgate, aged 3 months 

Dec. 9 Thomas Williams, from S' Michael Queenhythe, aged 33 years 

13 John Dickers, from S' Bennett, Paul's Wharf, aged 41 years 
13 Stephen Greenley, aged 18 months 

1779. 
Jan. 5 John Samuel Sykes, 2 months 

[On the blank page opposite the above entry is this note: "See this mark 
on the opposite side 0." " Miss Charlotte Smith, aged 10 months, Buried in 
the Church 15 January 1779. Cha« Home, Parish Clark."] 

John Goodey, aged 28 years 
Hester Hancock, aged 14 days 
Francis Paine, aged 30 years 
Eebecca Paine, aged 22 years 
Charlotte Bartey, aged 1 month 
Elizabeth Brothers, aged 92 

1780. 

Charlotte Smith, in the church, aged 5 weeks 

John Metter, aged 14 months 

William Tyler, aged 28 years 

Francis Edmonds, aged 44 years 

Elizabeth Moody, from S' Bennett's, Paul's Wharf, aged 62 years 

Mary Clanfield, aged 7 weeks 



Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


2 


June 25 


July 


6 


Dec. 


15 




16 


Jan. 


18 




23 




28 


Feb. 


10 




13 




13 



Mar. 


7 




8 




12 


April 


9 

16 




21 


July 


30 
30 


Aug. 


20 




29 


Sept. 
Oct. 


3 

12 


Nov. 


5 


Dec. 


31 



BURIALS. 273 

Ann Bliss, aged 2 years and 6 months 

Elizabeth Savers, aged 7 weeks 

Catherine Sedgley, aged 32 years 

William Jennings, from S' Andrew by the "Wardrobe, aged 40 years 

Dennis Bilton, aged 7 months 

Mary Hatford, aged 1 year and 3 days 

Mary Sarney, from S* Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, aged 26 years 

Sarah Neal, aged 2 years 

Samuel Blomlield, accidentally drowned in the Thames, aged 9 years 

Ann Maund, aged 14 months 

Joseph Goddard, aged 7 weeks 

Arthur Hall, aged 37 years 

Elizabeth Brooks, aged 29 years 

James Sarney, from S' Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, aged 40 years 

1781. 

Jan. 6 Eobert Clanfield, aged 9 days 
9 *Eanny Bilton, aged 1 month 

Edward Slade, from S' Martin Vintiy, London, aged 61 years 

Clarissa Parker, aged 6 weeks 

Elizabeth Warner, aged 1 year 

Thomas Hancock, aged 3 years and 10 months 

Ann Giles, aged 6 months 

Charlotte Davis, aged S months 

Elizabeth Birkwood, aged 3 years and 9 months 

Sarah Ann Euge, aged 3 years and 2 mouths 

Margaret Snares, aged 56 

Mary Kennedy, aged 45 

1782. 
E.obert Headford, aged 53 
Charlotte Gore, aged 2 years and 4 months 
Martha Warner, aged 28 years 

Martha Foulleer, from S' Mary Mounthaw, aged 22 years 
Andrew Bilton, aged 14 days 
Mary Maund, aged 9 years 
William Young, aged 14 months 
William Eaper, aged 30 years 
Thomas Parratt, aged 48 years 

John Eider, from S' Mary Mounthaw, aged 56 years 
Samuel Day, aged 3 years 

Mary Davis (who being a Lunatick and distracted hanged herself), 
aged 33 years 

1783. 

Elizabeth Owen, aged 2 years and 10 months 

Henry Norton, aged 37 years 

William Wood, aged 19 montlis 

AVilliam Giles, aged 28 years 

Ann Welsh, aged 1 month 

Ann Heier, from S' Mary Mounthaw, aged 26 years 

John Jebb, aged 40 years 

The stamp Act ou Burials commenced 2 Oct. 1783. 

* This entry has been interlineated. In the margin there is written, " C. Home omitted," 
and on the opposite page, " omitted in the entry, it is right where it now stands. Chas. Home, 
Parish Clerk." — Ed. 

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14 




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274 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1783 

Oct. 3 Sarah Higgens, aged 5 years 

26 John Erry, aged 60 years 

Nov. 18 Ann Gore, aged 1 year and 9 months 

18 John Davies, aged 7 months 

Dec. 24 Joseph Buffen, aged 28 years 

1784. 

Jan. 1 Thomas Groves, aged 45 years 

Feb. 8 Sophia Matilda Horder, aged 2 years 

April 6 William Mauud, aged 3 years 

July 7 Mary Ireland, aged 48 years 

Aug. 11 George Swarm, aged 25 years 

Inspected and duty received to Sept. 30. — B. Keene 

Oct. 29 Nicholas John Maund, aged 20 months 

Nov. 25 Betty Wait, aged 5 years 

Dec. 12 Susanna Hawkings, aged 47 years 

15 Ann Higgins, aged 1 year 

17 John Henry Rice, aged 7 months 

1785. 

Jan. 11 Mary Adams, aged 59 years. Poor 
Mar. 24 Thomas Powell, aged 38 years 

Inspected and duty received to 31 March 1785. — B. Keene 

April ]6 Hannah Young, aged 33 years 
17 Angus Kennedy, aged 52 

21 Hannah Young, aged 11 days 

May 2L Frances Poole, aged 2 years and 8 months 
July 24 John Law, from S' Mary, Lambeth, aged 60 

25 George Pyne, aged 11 days 

31 William Moses Finch, aged 5 weeks 

Aug. 1 1 Thomas Sealy, aged 3 years 

26 James William Bouden, aged 3 weeks 
Sept. 15 Ann Calladine, aged 3 years 

22 Sarah Lewis, aged 44 years 

Inspected and duty received to Sept. 30, 1785. — B. Keene, Insjiec'' 

25 John Calladine, aged 10 months 
Nov. 20 John Pyne, aged 2 years 

27 Elizabeth Poole, aged 15 months 

1786. 

Jan. 4 Ann Poole, aged 5 years 

Mar. 8 Thomas Cater, aged 67 years 

11 Ann Wood, aged 2 years 

19 Thomas Goddard, aged 48 years 

24 John Ludgwick, aged 19 years 

27 John Brant, aged 14 months. Poor 

27 Richard Hammond, aged 13 months. Poor 

30 Amelia Tredwell, aged 10 years 

30 Mary Horder, aged 2 days 

Inspected and duty received to March 31, 1786. — B. Keene, Inspec"" 



BURIALS. 275 

1786 

April 14 Elizabeth Knight, aged 2 years and 9 months. Poor 

26 William Williams, aged 2 months 

27 Charles Sparks, aged 72 years 

May 2 Elizabeth Ericke, aged 25 years. Poor 

16 Thomas Wright, aged 50 years 
19 James Ereaney, aged 1 month 

Sept, 8 Kichard Sealy, aged 8 years 
19 William Pyne, aged 33 years 

Inspected and duty paid to Sept. 30, 1786. — B. Keene, Inspec*" 

Oct. 5 Mary Pritchard, aged 28 years 

17 Henry Wren, aged 20 months 

Nov. 29 Joseph Miller, aged 3 years and 10 months 
Dec, 7 William Richards, aged 47 years 

1787, 

Jan. 7 Hannah Richards, aged 40 years 

27 Catherine Higgins, aged 1 year 

Feb. 4 Elizabeth E/ichards, aged 5 months. Poor 

18 Mary Roberts, aged 35 years 
23 John Roberts, aged 10 days 

Mar. 1 Moses William Eiuch, aged 8 months 

8 • Mary Nicholson, aged 67 years 

16 Richard Wethey, aged 25 years 

22 Mary Finch, aged 9 months 

Insp. to March 31, — J, Dalton. B. Keene, Inspect*' 

April 8 Mary Davis, aged 14 months 
8 Charles Pine, aged 5 months 
Henry Hancock, aged 42 years 
Henrietta Whales, aged 24 years 
Sophia Roberts, aged 2 months 
Sophia Calladine, aged 7 years 
Thomas Ryder, aged 13 months 
Mary Savers, aged 40 years 
G-eorge Constable, aged 51 years 

Inspected and duty paid to Sept, 30, 1787. — B. Keene, luspec*^ 

Sarah Jones, aged 18 months 
Elizabeth Powell, aged 20 years 
Ann Roberts, aged 4 years 
Amelia Plumridge, aged 3 weeks 





22 




30 


May 

June 


30 
29 


Sept, 


2 
5 




16 


Nov. 


1 




9 




22 


Dec, 


6 


Jan. 


6 




24 


Feb. 


29 


Mar. 


21 


April 


[13 
13 




25 


July 


2 
21 



Inspected, — J. Dalton 



1788. 



Mary Hanley, aged 21 years 
Ann Walton, aged 67 years 
Mary Adamson, aged 53 years 
Philip Rowland, aged 13 years 

Inspected and duty paid to March 31, 1788, — B. K, Insp' 

Mary Roach, aged 2 years 

Ralph James Wood, aged 9 months 

Elizabeth Jebb, aged 47 years 

Robert Moses Finch, aged 6 months 

Jacob Richards, aged 4 years and 6 months 



276 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1788 

Aug. 15 Jemmy Burch, a Black, aged 27 years 

Sept. 29 Hannah Rickards, aged 70 years. Poor 

Inspected and duty paid to Sept. 30, 1788. — B. K., Inspec' 

Oct. 6 .John Toove, aged 9 months 

11 Esther Maund, aged 21 months 

19 Mary Maria Hodgkins, aged 2 months 
Nov. 4 Mary Newcombe, aged 3 weeks 

Dec. 30 Amelia Plumridge, aged 7 weeks 

1789. 

Jan. 11 Thomas Beaven, aged 68 years 

29 Celia Ogle, aged 2 years 

Feb. 8 Margaret Wren, aged 36 years 

8 Sarah Chapman, aged 2 years 

11 Richard Holmes, aged 2 years and 9 months 

Mar. 15 James Eyder, aged 13 months 

20 Susanna Wheatley, aged 14 years 

Inspected and duty paid to March 31, 1789. — B. K., Inspec' 

May 7 Henry Benham, aged 3 years 

30 Ann Johnson, aged 13 months. Poor. 
30 G-eorge Miller, aged 1 year 

June 4 John Thredder, aged 3 years and 10 months 

7 Thomas Jacob Benham, aged 15 months 
July 13 Elizabeth Hawkes, aged 37 years 

28 Ann Thredder, aged 1 year and 11 months 

Aug. 4 Sarah Kirby, accidentally drowned in the Thames, aged 52 years 

Inspected and duty paid to Sept. 30, 1789. — B. K., Insp' 

Oct. 11 Ann Wheatley, aged 46 years 

Nov. 8 Frances Poole, aged 1 year 

Dec. 16 Hannah Moythen, aged 1 year and 9 months 

22 Ann Hargrave, aged 4 years 

1790. 

Jan. 6 Aaron Samworth, aged 18 years 

15 John Ellis, aged 18 months. Poor 
17 Sarah Hargrave, aged 2 years 

20 Abraham Headford, aged 21 years 

22 William Glover, aged 2 years and 7 mouths 

24 William Plumridge, aged 11 days 

Eeb. Jane Kilpatrick, aged 9 months 

26 Elizabeth Garratt, aged 56 years 

Mar. 3 Mary Ann Whittingham, aged 22 months 

Inspected and duty paid to March 31, 1790. — K. B., Insp' 

April 4 Elizabeth Pine, aged 17 months 

8 Sarah Maddy, aged 11 months 

22 William Jones, aged 24 years. Poor 

May 16 George Pearce, aged 22 weeks 

16 Caroline Elliott, aged 1 year and 10 months 
June 2 Elizabeth Pierce, aged 30 years 

July 18 John Perkins, aged 4 months 

19 Mary Barnett, aged 2 months 



BURIALS. 277 

1790 

Aug. 13 Martha Adams, aged 38 years 

20 Margaret Hodgson, aged 9 months 

20 Andrew Pool, aged. 6 months 

22 Susanna Farrell, aged 4 years 

Oct. 13 Samuel Mayo, aged 33 years 

18 Daniel Wismei', aged 40 years 

22 Mary Bryan, aged 4 years 

24 Richard Mitchell, aged 41 years 

Nov. 24 Henry Thomas Benham, aged 9 months 

Dec. 4 Elizabeth Grrove, aged 27 years 

13 Hannah Ellis, aged 4 years. Poor 

24 Thomas Porthouse, aged 15 months 

1791. 

Mar. 16 Thomas Amos, aged 3 years 

Inspected and duty paid to 31 March 1791. — W. Goodwin 

Maria Simpson, aged 1 month 

Robert Henry Birkvvood, aged 7 years 

Amelia Johnston, aged 10 months. Poor 

Sarah Holmes, one day old 

Edward Kymish King, aged 42 years 

William Henry Barnard, aged 7 weeks 

Christopher Helm, aged 8 months 

James Paterson, aged 18 months 

John William Morris, aged 2 years and 9 months 

Inspected and paid. — W. G. 
James Sweeting, aged 3 years 
George Sweeting, aged 7 months 

John Denne, from Plough Court, Fetter lane, aged 59 years 
George Robert Robertson, aged 1 year 
Jeremiah Birkwood, aged 5 years and 2 months 

1792. 

Sarah Wren, aged 5 years 

Elizabeth Constable, aged 51 years 

Mary Ware, aged 26 years 

Ann Cole, aged 65 years 

James Edward Percival, aged 4 months 

Eleanor Lewis, aged 90 years 

William Porthouse, aged 3 days 

12 Inspected to 31 March 1792.— W. Goodwin 

Louisa Allen, aged 52 years 
Julia Ann Miller, aged 5 months 
Mary Cousett, aged 4 months 
Rebecca Allen, aged 40 years 
John Thomas, aged 28 years 
Thomas Adams, aged 45 years 
Sarah Harvey, aged 2 years 
William Johnson, aged 23 years 
Isabella Welch, aged 7 months. P. 
John Adamson, aged 43 years 
Jane Howshall, aged 9 years 
Jonathan Hilliard, aged 60 years 



April 


10 




20 


May 22 
June 12 


July 
Aug. 


8 
25 


Sept. 


16 
19 




25 


Oct. 


27 




27 


Nov. 


1 




13 


Dec. 


29 


Jan. 


19 




19 




20 


Feb. 


12 


Mar. 


13 




29 




29 


April 13 
17 


June 


16 




28 


July 


9 
24 


Aug. 


12 

31 


Sept. 


20 
23 


Nov. 


21 


Dec. 


17 



278 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL S WHARF. 

1793. 
Jan. 11 Thomas Evans, aged 27 years 
Mar. 5 Elizabeth Venmore, aged 59 years 
17 Henry Bredall, aged 14 months 

20 Jonathan Billing, aged [blank']. P. 

29 John Maund, aged 7 years 

15 Inspected to 31 March 1793. — W. GtOODWin 
April 5 Elizabeth Mitchell, aged 3 years 
11 John Bo us, aged 74 years 

30 A woman casual, aged [blank]. P. " 
May 12 John Waterhouse, aged 69 years 

19 Eobert Hill, aged 4 years 

22 Amelia Benham, aged 28 years 
July 1 Grace Rockets, aged 1 year 

21 Sarah Morris, aged 17 months 
Aug. 8 Elizabeth Eearnley, aged 8 years 

8 John Heathcoat, aged 4 months 

23 Bett Bredell, aged 28 years 
Sept. 1 James Parrell, aged 10 months 

1 George Bredell, aged 3 weeks 
8 Elizabeth Fowler, aged 5 years 

13 Charlotte Slater, aged 2 weeks 

28 John Collins, aged 4 days 

29 Henrietta Elizabeth Bracker, aged 15 months 

16 Inspected to 30 Sept. 1793. — J. Baillie 
Oct. 6 Nicholas Farrell, aged 1 year 
Nov. 7 Moses Parry, aged 28 years 

' 17 Kobert Welch, aged 40 years. P. 
21 Elizabeth Oare, aged 29 years 
Dec. 4 Richard Carter, aged 37 years 

1794. 
Jan. 2 Elizabeth Hynde, aged 9 months 

14 Mary Probart, aged 54 years. P. 
14 George Sealy, aged 16 years 

Feb. 19 Moses Pearce, aged 3 months 

Mar. 2 "William Kilpatrick, aged 15 months 

8 Inspected to 31- March 1794. — J. Baillie, Insp'' 

May 18 Joseph Cottingham, aged 11 months 

July 12 John Merrick, aged 5 years 

19 John Harris Miller, aged 5 months 
21 Henry Taylor, aged 3 months 

Aug. 7 Mary Ann Cox, aged 2 years 
27 Elizabeth Amos, aged 2 years 
Sept. 11 Charlotte Welch, aged 4:h years 
Oct. 15 Jane Elizabeth Baxtor, aged 4| years 
Dec. 14 *John Ferguson, aged 7 years 

20 *Elizabeth Hawkes, aged 25 years. P. 

1795. 
Jan. 11 fThomas Cook, aged 3 years 
11 fJohn Maund, aged 3 years 
19 tGeorge Sealey, aged 47 years 

* These two entries are placed after February 1795 in the original. — Ed. 

t These three entries are placed in the middle of February 1795 in the origiaal. — Ed. 



Feb. 


o 

1 




19 




19 




22 




25 


Mar. 


11 




30 


May 


10 
24 




28 


June 


14 


Aug. 


26 


Sept. 


4 

22 


Oct. 


4 


Nov. 


25 


Dec. 


13 


Mar. 


23 


May 


30 
30 


Aug. 


2 
28 



BURIALS. 279 

Elizabeth Collins, aged 32 years 

"Walter Stays, aged 65 years 

Henry Newell, aged 48 years. P. 

Sarah Pearce, aged 7 years 

Mary Edwards, aged 37 years 

Sophia Slater, aged 3 days 

Jane Slater, aged 30 years 

Harman Kending, aged 40 years 

Ann Rogers, aged 9 months 

Esther Maund, aged 8 months 

Mary Pasmore, aged 30 years. P. 

Ann Hale, aged 6 months 

Mary Ann Trigg, aged 5 months 

Jacob Chapman, aged 51 years 

James Holmes, aged 18 months 

Moses Finch, aged 2 years and 6 months 

John Pinch (convulsions), aged 14 months 

1796. 

William Holmes (Small pox), aged 12 hours. P. 
William May than (Small pox), aged 3 years. P. 
James Maythan (Small pox), aged 11 months 
Thomas Nicholson (Inflam.), aged 41 years 
Johanna Kington (Convulsions), aged 14 months 
Nov. 13 *Edward Parrell, aged 2 years 

1797. 

Greorge Trattles (Decline), aged 21 years 
Martha Harris (Fever), aged [blank] years 
William Fincli (Decline), aged 6 years 
Mary Fai-mer (Convulsions), aged 4 months 

1798. 

Martha Harris (Convulsions), aged 9 months 

Susannah Husband (Decline), aged 40 years 

Elizabeth Hughes (Convulsions), aged 14 months 

Samuel Windsor (Convulsions), aged 1 year 8 months 

Charlotte Ann Baxter (Teeth), aged 20 months 

Elizabeth Porthouse (Decline), aged 34 years 

Francis Glover (Eheum), aged 46 years 

Elizabeth Bathmaker (Decline), aged 63 years 

Jane Dickins (Hooping cough), aged 6 months 

James Ephraim Mental (Convulsions), aged 3 months 

Elizabeth Pooke (Dropsy), aged 40 years 

Elizabeth Bead (Small pox), aged 3 years 6 months 

John Amos (Small pox), aged 2 years 8 months 

Mary Catherine Harris (Small pox), aged 8 months 

Robert Harlow (Small pox), aged 2^ years 

Richard Groves (Bursting of a blood vessel), aged 9 years 

James Amos (Measles), aged 8 months 

Deborah Bartlette (Child bed), aged 34 years 

Thomas Record (Fever), aged 58 years 

James Harlow (Fever), aged 7 years 

Ann Williamson (Fever), aged 52 years 

* This entry is placed after 5 February 1797 in the original. — Ed, 



Jan. 


12 


Feb. 


5 


Aug. 


1 




2 


Feb. 


25 


Mar. 


4 




28 


April 


4 

10 


May 
June 


13 
12 


July 


9 


Aug. 
Sept. 


12 
9 

12 


Oct. 


19 




23 




28 




31 


Nov, 


1 




5 




14 




20 




20 




20 



Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


12 




21 


Mar. 


9 




17 


April 
May 


1 5 
13 
21 


June 


3 




3 




IS 


Nov. 


1 




u 


Dee. 


25 



280 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 

1799. 

John "Wiggin (Teeth), aged 1^ years 

j\lary Chapman (Decline), aged 55 years 

Mary Sers Farmer (Hooping Cough), aged 7 months 

Mary Bobbins* (age), aged 84 years 

Isaac Lewis (Teeth), aged 2 years 

Jeremiah Warner (Decline), aged 21 months 

John Alexander (Decline), aged 6 j^ears 

Ann Killing (Hooping Cough), aged 12 months 

iS'athaniel Crawley (Measles), aged 22 months 

Edward "Willan (Convulsions), aged 4 days 

William May than (Hooping cough), aged 2 years 

Mary Anthony (Fits), aged 31 years 

James Harlow (Convulsions), aged 6 w-eeks 

Mary Rolling (age), aged 70 years 

1800. 

Jan. 2 John Kelly (Teeth), aged 1 year 

19 Hannah Girling (Asthma), aged 64 years, in the vault in the north 

side Isle o£ the church 
Michael Fan-el (Cold), aged 48 years 
Ann Harlow (Dropsy), aged 32 years 
Edward Overall (Decline), aged 34 years 
Ann Leach (Decline), aged 31 years 
Jonathan Sills (Asthma), aged 71 years, in the vault in the north side 

Isle of the church 
Eichard Jones (Asthma), aged 42 years 
Sophia Nixon (Convulsions), aged 8 months 
William Baldwin (measles), aged 2 years 
Mary Mounsey (Consumption), aged 3 years 
Eichard Eiistly (Fever), aged 21 years 
Elizabeth Tonkin, aged 81 years 
Mary Greton, aged 3 years. P. 
]\fary Divine, aged 3 weeks 
Cato Patten, aged 3 years ' 

Ann Stevens, aged 13 years. P. 
Elizabeth Dudley, aged 1 year 5 months 
William Morris, aged 3 months P. 
Sophia Cam, aged 8 months. P. 
Martha Eebecca Cam, aged 3 years 7 months. P. 

1801. 

Joseph Cam, aged 40 years. P. 
Nathaniel Crawley, aged 35 years 
Ann Camm, aged 35 years. P. 
Elizabeth Harlow, aged 5 years 
Jane Kettlen, aged 15 months 
William Bathmaker, aged 58 years 
George Fearnley, aged 05 years 

Elizabeth Sills, aged 70 years, in the Vault in the north side Isle of 
the church 

1802. 
John Grant, aged 66 years 
Alexander Markenson, aged 2 years 

* Altered from "Robins."— Ed. 





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27 


Feb. 


2 




10 




23 


Mar. 


9 




18 


April 


1 9 
27 


May 
June 


28 
21 


July 


26 


Aug. 


17 


Sept. 
Nov. 


10 
16 




16 


Dec. 


9 




20 




30 


Mar. 


15 


April 
May 


119 
3 




6 


July 
Oct. 


19 
25 


Nov. 


5 


Dec. 


20 


Feb. 


14 


Mar. 


14 



BURIALS. 281 

1802 

May 30 David Eoberts, aged 52 years 

June 19 Jemima Ketlen, aged 9 years 

July 21 Hannah Ann Burdekin, aged 1 month 

Aug. 22 John Baxter, aged 8 years 

Sept. 10 Henry Scott, aged 55 years 

Dec. 9 Mary Alexander, aged [blajikl 

12 Elizabeth finch, aged 22 years 

12 Charles Fennell, aged 6 years 

15 George Blackwood, aged 3 years 

1803. 

Jan. 16 Elizabeth Ann Pinch, aged 2 months 

26 Margaret Charlotte Law, aged [hlankl 
Mar. 14 Grace Bidgood, aged 18 months 

April 8 Charles Iliffe, aged 53 years, in the north Isle by the Vestry stairs 

10 Thomas Nicoll, aged 60 years 
14 Robert Hawker, aged 74 years 

20 Sarah Collins, aged 63 years 

June 20 Elizabeth Cottingham, aged 6 months 

Sept. 3 William Morris, aged 56 years. Poor. 

11 Joseph Bidgood, aged 8 months 
19 liichard Maybank, aged 7 weeks 

Nov. 27 Thomas Lovells, aged 23 years 

1804. 

Mar. 10 Philip Bidgood, aged 8 months 

May 6 William Mingo, aged 6 weeks 

27 Thomas Eodbard, aged 68 years 
July 23 James Smith, aged 11 months 

28 Eliza Markkerson, aged 2 years 
Aug. 6 John Carter, aged 1 year 5 months 
Sept. 9 Jane Smith, aged 44 years 

Dec. 26 James Culverwell, aged 34 years 

1805. 

Jan. 11 Thomas Eead, aged 2 years 3 months 

April 16 A woman, name unknown, found drowned 

May 30 Ann Lawrence, aged 62 years 

Sept. 23 Caroline Mingo, aged 7 months 

Oct. 13 Ann Newton, aged 56 years 

Nov. 17 Thomas Smith, aged 40 years 

24 Moses Eiuch, aged 48 years 

1806. 

Jan. 17 John Cook, aged [^blank^ 

Feb. 16 Moses Finch, aged 4 years 

23 William Howard, aged 2 years 

Sept. 8 William Warner, aged 2 years 6 months 

Oct. 2 Daniel Brown, aged 39 years 

19 Sarah Martin, aged 1 year 

Nov. 2 Mary Nieholls, aged 53 years 

Dec. 18 Luke Bruker, aged 78 years 

21 John Knight, aged 47 years 

TOL. ir. 



282 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL S WHARl'. 

1807. 

Jan. 25 Mary Ann Coward, aged 7 months 

Feb. 5 Joseph Cole, aged 11 years 

8 Jane Hall, aged 17 months 

Mar. 11 Eobert AVilson, aged 61 years 

31 Mary Ann Martin, aged 3 years 

19 Elizabeth Ketling, aged 1 year 1 month 

May 3 Hannah Coward, aged 27 years 

June 3 James Burrows, aged 5 days 

17 Eobert Cotton, aged 1 day 

July 8 Sarah Cotton, aged 1 year 8 months 

Sept. 28 Samuel Wheeler, aged 41 years 

Oct. 25 Eichard Jones, aged 4 mouths 

Dec. 20 Mary Ann Surman, aged 31 years 

1808. 

Jan. 13 Charles Lashford, aged 1 year and 2 months 

14 James Markerson, aged 3 years 
Eeb. 4 Nathaniel Hatchwell, aged 49 years 

4 William Elford Mingo, aged 14 months 

15 Henry Leaver, aged 4 years 9 months 
24 William Newland, aged 2 years 1 month 

Mar. 2 Mary Taylor, aged 54 years 

6 James Llewellin, aged 1 year 

8 Mary Stagg, aged 52 years 

June 30 Henry Cottingham, aged 1 year 

Sept. 8 Sarah Marchant, aged 2 weeks 

11 Mary Jane Potter, aged 1 year 9 months 

18 Ann Leach, aged 56 years. Pauper 
Nov. 27 Maria Martin, aged 1 year 2 months 
Dec. 11 Edward Tucker, aged 2 years 1 month 

22 Louisa Mingo, aged 5 weeks 4 days 

1809. 

Feb. 26 Ann Leaver, aged 3 years 10 days 

Mar. 5 Arthur Gibbon, aged 65 years 

April 2 Ann Warner, aged 71 years 

July 16 William Westley, aged 47 years 

Aug. 6 Elizabeth Leaver, aged 12 years 

Sept. 17 Ann Philis, aged 3 years 1 month 

17 Greorge Eead, aged 10 years 

Oct. 5 Eichard Leaver, aged 1 year 1 month 25 days 
Nov. 12 Thomas Sadler, aged 7 mouths 
Dec. 26 Isabella Sewell, aged 2 days 

1810. 

Jan. 11 Mary Ann Ketley, aged 7 years 11 months 

18 Thomas Wiggin, aged 1 year 6 months 
June 19 William Norman, aged 4 years 2 months 
July 6 John Mingo, aged 7 years 7 months 

13 Maria Davies, aged 3 weeks 

See new Eegister Book of Burials. 
End of Book C. 



BURIALS. 283 

BOOK P. 

"BuEiALS FROM 6^= Sept= 1810 TO 15 Dec^ 1812." 

[Note. — This is a large folio thin volume with brass clasps, the leaves of 
parchment, but only the first page is written on, containing the following thirty 
entries and note of reference.] 

BURIALS. 

1810. 

Sept. 6 Mary Mingo, aged 8 months and 10 days 

16 James Follet, aged 3 years and 7 months 
Oct. 14 George Mingo, aged 50 years 

24 Charles Cottingham, aged 2 years 
Dec. 15 John Aldrich, aged 4 months 

1811. 

Feb. 3 Thomas Ketling, aged 38 years 

10 Mary Cole, aged 34 years 

17 William Porthouse, aged 49 years 
April 7 William Dancer, aged 10 days 

9 Mary Ferril, aged 28 years 

16 John Martin, aged 1 year 5 mouths 

Aug. 14 Mary Cook, aged 11 years 

18 William Blackwood, aged 60 years 

1812. 

Feb. 19 G-eorge Hinrichsen, aged 6 years 

24 Sarah Hawkins, aged 2 years 7 months 

Mar. 1 Frederick James Herbert, aged 6 weeks 

1 William Haslewood, aged 63 years 

8 Emma Robinson, aged 19 years 

18 Ann Hodges, aged 73 years 

April 26 George Cannon, aged 1 year 6 months 

May 6 Jane Burnham, aged 1 year 1 month 

13 Mary Lashford, aged 44 years 

27 Jane Wiggin, aged 5 months 

June 28 Elizabeth Matilda Edmonds, aged 1 year 2 months 

Sept. 10 Mary Read, aged 1 year 8 months 

24 Elizabeth Semper, aged 5 years 4 months 

Oct. 1 Colin Markkerson, aged 54 years 

Nov. 18 John Blunden, aged 54 years 

Dec. 9 Elizabeth Thompson, aged 15 days 

15 John Sewell, aged 4 years 4 months 

" See Register Book of Burials agreeably to Act of Parliament." 
End of Book F. 



284 ilEGtSTEES OF ST. PETER, PAULAS WHAR^-. 

BOOK G. 

A large folio thin volume of printed forms, marked " S. P. 1813 to [blank^ 
Burials," continues the burials down to Aug. 12, 1849, which is the last entry for 
that year, the remainder of the volume being blank. 

^t ^eter, paurs: OTI)arf, in tin tit^ of iLonlion* 

BURIALS. 

1813. 

Jan. 3 Charles Crawley, Harrow Court, Peter's Hill, aged 13 years ; by John 
Owen, Eector 
3 Thomas Lashford, Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, aged 11 years ; 
by John Owen, Rector 

22 Mary Ann Mackpherson, S' Peter's Hill, aged 43 years; by John 

Owen, Rector 

24 Hannah Butt, S' Peter's Hill, aged 1 year 9 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Feb. 14 John Taten, Harrow Court, aged 3 days; by John Owen, Rector 

26 Sarah Kibble, S' Peter's Hill, aged 11 months; by John Owen, Rector 
Mar. 22 Johanna Coombs Potter, S' Peter's Hill, aged months 3 weeks ; by 

John Owen, Eector 
April 25 Mary Stewart, Boss Court, aged 10 months ; by John Owen, Rector 
May 28 Elizabeth Hildred, Lambeth Hill, aged 1 year 8 months; by J. 

Owen, Rector 
June 27 William Richard Hawkins, Harrow Court, aged 6 years; by Rich^ 

Edwards, Lecturer 
July 4 Mary Edwards, S* Peter's Hill, aged 15 years ; by John Owen, Rector 
14 Emma Ward, Upper Thames Street, aged 1 year 3 months ; by W. 
Clarke, Rector of S*^ Mary Magdalen 
Nov. 26 William Norman, S'' Peter's Hill, aged 35 years ; by John Owen, 
Rector 
28 Ann Shelton, Crane Court, aged 1 year 2 months ; by John Owen, 
^ Rector 

1814. 

Jan. 2 Jane Burnham, Harrow Court, aged 10 months ; by John Owen, Rector 
9 Harriet Jones, Upper Thames Street, aged 5 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector 
9 Elizabeth Fearnley, Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, aged 70 years; 

by John Owen, Rector 
9 Thomas Reading, Crane Court, Peter's Hill, aged 42 years; by John 

Owen, Rector 

23 Richard Hawkins, S' Peter's Hill, aged 27 years ; by John Owen, 

Rector 
Feb. 27 Catherine Barnard, Bartholomew Hospital, aged 26 years; by John 

Owen, Eector 
Mar. 13 Thomas Crick, Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, aged 2 months ; by 

John Owen, Rector 

25 Sarah Jennings, Upper Thames Street, aged 80 years; by John Owen, 

Rector 
May 6 Charlotte Hildred, Lambeth Hill, aged 10 months; by John Owen, 
Rector 



BURIALS. 



2^t 



1814 
May 15 Isaac Stagg, Harrow Court, aged 63 years ; by John Owen, Eector 

24 G-eorge Semper, S*' Peter's Hill, aged 1 year 6 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
June 8 Charlotte Mackpherson, S' Peter's Hill, aged 2 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Oct. 2 Ann Eead, Crane Court, S* Peter's Hill, aged 1 year 2 months; by 

Eich*^ Edwards, Lecturer 

17 William Melbrum, Upper Thames Street, aged 50 years ; by Eich<i 

Edwards, Lecturer 
26 Mary Hildred, Lambeth Hill, aged 1 day; by Eich"! Edwards, Lec- 
turer 
Dec. 4 Ann Mather Grew, Harrow Court, aged 47 ; by John Owen, Eector 

1815. 

Jan. 20 Comfort Ward, S' Peter's Hill, aged 2 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Peb. 3 Elizabeth Wheeler, Lambeth Hill, aged 6 months; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Mar. 3 William John Alexander, Harrow Court, aged 14 months; by John 

Owen, Eector 
May 14 William Kittle, Harrow Court, aged 41 years; by John Owen, Eector 
21 Ann Smart, Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, aged 12 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
Nov. 12 William Martin, Crane Court, aged 11 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 

1816. 

Jan. 25 Esther Alsey, Peter's Hill, aged 47 ; by John Owen, Eector 

Peb. 2 Sarah Baves, Peter's Hill, aged 17 months ; by John Owen, Eector 

7 Susannah Wasman, Peter's Hill, aged 52 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector 
12 William Armstrong, Harrow Court, aged 60 years ; by Eich'' Edwards, 
Lecturer 

18 James Marcham, Peter's Hill, aged 3 years ; by J. Owen, Eector 

25 Harry Pearce, Alexander's Gardens, Horslydown, aged 54; by John 

Owen, Eector 
April 7 Susanna Wascot, Harrow Court, aged 56 years; by John Owen, 

Eector 
May 9 John Lee Young, Peter's Hill, aged 3 years 3 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 

19 Leatitia Birkwood, Crane Court, Peter's Hill, aged 65 years ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
31 Thomas Poney, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years 3 months ; by John Owen, 
Eector 
July 14 Susannah Saunders, Harrow Court, aged 2 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector 

26 Charles Wallinger, Peter's Hill, aged one and a half years ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
Aug. 18 William Shaw, Harrow Court, aged 7 years ; by John Owen, Eector 

28 Henry Countley, White Hart, Thames Street, aged 3 months ; by 

Eich"^ Edwards, Lecturer 
Nov. 4 Thomas William Hirst, Peter's Hill, aged 5 years; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Dec. 29 William Saunders, Harrow Court, aged 41 years; by John Owen, 

Eector 



2B6 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAULAS WHARI*. 

1817. 

April 6 Mary Levett, Harrow Court, Peter's Hill, aged 76 years; by John 

Owen, Rector 
May 4 Mary Jewitt, Upper Thames Street, aged 8 months; by John Owen, 

Rector 
June 1 Elizabeth Poney, Canterbury Court, Blackf riers, aged 1 year 8 months ; 

by John Owen, Rector 
July 13 Catherine Elledge, Crane Court, Peter Hill, aged 1 year; by John 

Owen, Rector 
21 Susannah Poney, Black Friars, aged 5 years; by John Owen, Rector 
Oct. 5 Susannah Parrell, Black Priars, aged 62 years ; by John Owen, Rector 



1818. 

Jan. 7 Martha Simpson, Lambeth Hill, aged 40 years ; by John Owen, Rector 
8 Hannah Young, S' Martin, Ludgate, aged 2 years 8 months ; by John 
Owen, Rector 

18 Edward Wiggin, Peter's Hill, aged 40 years ; by John Owen, Rector 
April 16 Sarah Ann Goodburn, Upper Thames Street, aged 11 months; by John 

Owen, Rector 

19 Thomas Martin, Crane Court, aged 18 months ; by John Owen, Rector 
19 Mary Ann Jones, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years ; by Rich"^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
May 31 Margaret Green, Alms House, Peter's Hill, aged 77 years ; by John 

Owen, Rector 
July 5 Mary Ann Crick, Boss Court, aged 3 years; by John Owen, Rector 
Aug. 19 Robert Butt, Peter's Hill, aged 3 months ; by John Owen, Rector 
Oct. 4 George Nicholls, Friars Street, Black Friars, aged 42 years ; by Rich'' 

Edwards, Lecturer 
25 Ann Nicholls, Sugar Loaf Court, Queenhithe, aged 35 ; by John Owen, 

Rector 

1819. 

July 9 John Wilson, S*^ Olave, Old Jewry, aged 28 years; by John Owen, 

Rector 
Sept. 26 Frances Grant, Crane Court, aged 94 years; by .Tohn Owen, Rector 
Oct. 14 Sarah Birkwood, Crane Court, aged 44 years. N.B. — Sarah Birkwood 

could not be buried in S* Peter's churchyard as the grave Avas full 

of water, she was therefore buried in S^ Beue'ts churchyard. John 

Owen, Rector 
Nov. 4 Charlotte Coates, Star Court, Bread Street Hill, aged 1 year and 7 

months; by John Owen, Rector 
Dec. 15 Richard Box, Crane Court, aged 35 years; by Rich'' Edwards, 

Lecturer 

1820. 

Feb. 27 John Teasdell, Peter's Hill, aged 1 year 6 months ; by John Owen, 

Rector 
Mar. 19 John Shaw, Peter's Hill, aged 57 years; by Rich'' Edwards, Lecturer 
31 Francis Thomas Martin, Crane Court, aged 1 year and a half ; by John 

Owen, Rector 
April 9 Robert Laidlow, Peter's Hill, aged 59 years ; by John Owen, Rector 
May 28 Hannah Morris, Peter's Hill, aged 6 months; by Rich* Edwards, 

Lecturer 



BURIALS. 287 

1820 
June 11 Prances Howel, Peter's Hill, aged 4 months; by John Owen, Eector 
Nov. 26 Sarah Bard, Peter's Hill, aged 7 weeks; by John Owen, Eector 

1821. 

Mar. 11 Susan Flanders, Peter's Hill, aged 1 year and 9 months ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
25 Samuel Cannon, London "Wall, aged 47 years ; by John Owen, Eector 
May 4 Thomas Baxter, Crane Court, aged 8 months ; by John Owen, Eector 
13 Maria Crick, Boss Court, aged 2 years and 5 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
June 4 Mary Ann Manning, Peter's Hill, aged 6 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Aug. 5 Sarah Hudson, Boss Court, aged 8 months ; by Eich'i Edwards, 

Lecturer 
Sept. 12 Ann Bard, Peter's Hill, aged 5 weeks; by Eich'' Edwards, Lecturer 
Oct. 24 Ann Poney, Black Priars, aged 2 years ; by John Owen, Eector 

1822. 

Peb. 6 Alfred George, Harrow Court, aged 1 year 11 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Mar. 13 John Edmonds, Lambeth Hill, aged 49 years ; by John Owen, Eector 
24 Christopher Legg, Harrow Court, aged 6 months ; by John Owen, 

Eector 
May 9 Jennet Ann Burnet, Upper Thames Street, aged 8 months ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
June 27 Maria Brodie, Peter's Hill, aged 3 years ; by John Owen, Eector 
Aug. 8 Eliza Hill, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years and a half; by Ch^ James 

Blenkarne, Offs Minister 
18 Sarah Manning, Peter's Hill, aged 3 years; by Ch^ James Blenkarne, 

Offg Minister 
Oct. 17 Prederic Barlow, Crane Court, aged 2 years and 11 months ; by Eich'i 

Edwards, Lecturer 
Nov. 1 Thomas Pox, Peter's Hill, aged 83 years ; by Eich^ Edwards, Lecturer 

1823. 

Jan. 5 John Shaw, Bartholomew Hospital, aged 24 years ; by John Owen, 

Eector • 
Feb. 28 Jane Grlover, Crane Court, aged 68 ; by Eich'' Edwards, Lecturer 
Mar. 9 Elizabeth Maptson, Crane Court, aged 25 years ; by EicM Edwards, 
Lecturer 
16 Simon Lucas, Peter's Hill, aged 48 years; by Eichard Edwards, 

Lecturer 
16 Young Charles Houlton, Peter's Hill, aged 9 months ; by Eich"^ 
Edwards, Lecturer 
April 27 Henry Mattock, Harrow Court, aged 50 years; by John Owen, 

Eector 
June 1 Ambrose Crawley, Lambeth Hill, aged 45 years ; by John Owen, 
Eector 
1 Ellen Elizabeth Williams, Peter's Hill, aged 10 months ; by John 

Owen, Eector 
4 Elizabeth Hill, Crane Court, aged 25 years ; by John Owen, Eector 
July 27 Edwin Eodgers, Peter's Hill, aged 8 months ; by C. J. Blenkarne, OfE^ 
Minister 



288 REGISTERS OF ST- PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1823 
Aug. 6 George Peacock, Upper Thames Street, aged 3 weeks; by C. J. 
Blenkarne, Off" Minister 
15 Joseph Poney, S' Ann, Black Friars, aged 1 year and a half; by C. J. 
Blenkarne. Off° Minister 
Sept. 24 Sarah Steward, S' Marv Muunthaw, aged 4.4 years ; by C. J. Blenkarne, 
Off^' Minister 
21 Lydia Poney, Black Friars, aged 5 years and 6 months; by C. J. 
Blenkarne, Offs Minister 
Nov. 23 John Williams, Harrow Court, aged 1 year. By John Owen, Rector 

1824. 

Jan. 11 William Cox, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years and 3 months; by John Owen, 

Eector 
Feb. 12 George Cox, Peter's Hill, aged 4 years; by Ricli*^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
19 John Clark, Upper Thames Street, aged 1 year and 8 months ; by 

liich'^ Edwards, Lecturer 
Mar. 4 Caroline Negus, Harrow Court, aged 2 years and 8 months ; by J. P. 

Bean, Officiating Minister 
10 John Peacock, Upper Thames Street, aged G years and 9 months ; by 

Rich*^ Edwards, Lecturer 
14 AVilliam Robarts, Crane Court, aged 38 years ; by Rich^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
April 6 Charles Clark, Upper Thames Street, aged 3 years ; by Rich'' Edwards, 

Lecturer 
July 11 Mary Ann Gladwin, Black Friars, aged 26 years; by Rich*^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
Aug. 1 Thomas Cutter, S* Thomas Hospital, aged 27 years; by Rich"! Edwards, 

Lecturer 
Oct. 10 James Roberts, Peter's Hill, aged 31 years; by Henry Du Cane, 

Rector 
Nov. 23 William Bruin, Upper Thames Street, aged 31 years; by Samuel 

Wis, A .M., Vicar of S' Bartholomew the Less 

1825. 

Jan. 23 Henry Nicholls, S' Andrew, Holborn, aged 11 years; by Henry Du 

Cane, Rector 
Feb. 13 James Addiugtou, Peter's Hill, aged 17 months; by Rich*^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
April 20 Alfred Tatum, Upper Thames Street, aged 1 year; by E. C. Tyson, 

A.M., Officiating Minister 
24 William Martin, Crane Court, aged 50 years; by E. C. Tyson, 

Officiating Minister 
May 20 Man found drowned, name not known (but supposed to be J. Macintosh), 

Coroner Warrant ; by E. C. Tyson 
June 19 Mary Steed, Southwark, aged 75 ; by H. Du Cane, Rector 
July 31 Ann Finch, Upper Thames Street, aged 52 years; by H. Du Cane, 

Rector 
Aug. 22 Ann Burnet Biddulph, S* Bennet's Hill, aged 6 months ; by Ed. Wix, 

B.A. Trin. Coll., Oxon. 
Sept. 8 Ann Burden, S' Dunstan, Stepney, aged 45 ; by H. Du Cane, Rector 
Nov. 20 Sarah Herbert, Harrow Court, aged 1 year and 6 months ; by Rich** 

Edwards, Lecturer 
23 Thomas Hudson, Boss Court, aged 59 years; by Rich'' Edwards, 

Lecturer 



BURIALS. 289 

1825 
Dec. 27 John Eichard Manning, Greorge Court, aged 1 year and 6 months ; by 
Rich'^ Edwards, Lecturer 

1826. 

Feb. 19 Dennis Kavanagh, Peter's Hill, aged 2 months ; by Eich"^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
19 Martha Legg, Harrow Court, aged 2 years; by Eich*^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
23 Frederick Tatum, Boss Court, aged 5 years ; by Eich'^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
Mar. 4 Jane Biddulph, S* Bennet's Hill, aged 44- years ; by Eich*^ Edwards, 

Lecturer 
April 2 Charlotte Groldfinch, Crane Court, aged 1 year and 2 months; by 

Eich"^ Edwards, Lecturer 
May 8 Matthew Cook, Boss Court, aged 55 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Julv 1 Joseph Orlibar Cottiugham, Brixton Hill, aged 63 years ; by "VV. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
2 Jane Matilda Eowe, Peter's Hill, aged 8 months j by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Aug. 6 Charles Avis, Upper Thames Street, aged 25 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Sept. 3 Sarah Matthews, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
4 Hannah Balding Land, Hai'row Court, aged 11 months; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
Oct. 1 Gabriel Sleath, S^ Peter's Hill, aged 65 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
23 Samuel Severn, Harrow Court, aged 23 ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
Nov. 19 Frances Cullum, Harrow Court, aged 4 years ; by "W. J. Hall, Curate 

1827. 

Feb. 7 Frances Flowers, Crane Court, aged 2 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Mar. 18 John Brodie, Peter's Hill, aged 50 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
April 2 James Newland, Crane Court, aged 5 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate ' 
29 Julia Addington, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years and 6 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
May 20 Esther Martin, Crane Court, aged 2 yeai*s and 6 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
23 Isaac Whittington, Harrow Court, aged 83 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
July 25 James Houghton, Peter's Hill, aged 13 weeks; by W. Trollope, M.A., 

OfEs Minister 
Aug. 20 Martha Gent, Peter's Hill, aged 38 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Sept. 14 Mary Eonaldson, Harrow Court, aged 2 months; by "W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Nov. 18 William Houghton, Peter's Hill, aged 47 years ; by "W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Dec. 17 Ann Brodie, S^ Leonard, Shoreditch, aged 17 years; by W. J. Hall, 

jNI.A., Curate 
VOI(. IT. ? p 



290 llEGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHAKF. 

1827 
Dec. 23 Eobert Hill, Peter's Hill, aged 44 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 

1828. 

April 24 Mary Beatty, Peter's Hill, aged 88 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
June 8 John Houghton, Peter's Hill, aged 4 years ; by Eich<i Edwards, Lecturer 
July 28 Mary Ann Coates, aged 2 years; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., Offe 

Minister 
Aug. 7 William Davenport, Peter's Hill, aged 17 months; by J. T. Bennett, 
M.A., Off. Minister 
31 James Burder, Crane Court, aged 40 years; by Eich'^ Edwards, 
Lecturer 
Nov. 16 Timothy Hill, Crane Court, aged 45 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Dec. 14 Thomas Shelton, Harrow Court, aged 18 months ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 
28 Alfred Cullum, Harrow Court, aged 3 years and 4 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 
31 Mary Ann Baylif, Crane Court, aged 4 months ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 

1829. 

Eeb. 8 Frances Houghton, Peter's Hill, aged 47 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Mar. 23 Eichard Peacock, Upper Thames Street, aged 4 days ; by T. Harrison, 

Offic. Minister 
April 5 Hannah Alexander, Crane Court, aged 39 years; by T. Lane, M. A., 

Offg Minister 
May 14 Samuel Bridge, Peter's Hill, aged 96 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Aug. 21 Mary Tatum, Tipper Thames Street, aged 63 ; by E. H. Barbara, Off. 

Min>' 
Sept. 13 Emma Hawze, Upper Thames Street, aged 10 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
20 William Miles, S* Peter's Hill, aged 26 years; by W.J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

1830. 

Jan. 14 Jane Louisa Burnet, Upper Thames Street, aged 5 years ; by W. J. 

Halt, M.A., Curate 
31 Eichard George Carter, Peter's Hill, aged 7 months; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
May 23 Mary Buckmaster, S' Peter's Hill, aged 54 years; by AV. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
July 11 Jane Morris, S* Duustan, Stepney, Middlesex, aged 76 vears ; by 

W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 
Aug. 1 *Caroline Burnet, Upper Thames Street, aged 36 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Dec. 12 Ann East, S* Augustine, Watling Street, aged 34 years; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Curate 

1831. 

Jan. 23 Elizabeth Tucker, Peter's Hill, aged 1 year and 4 months; by Eich'^ 

Edwards, Lecturer 
Eeb. 6 Sarah Wood, Boss Court, aged 75 yeard ; by Eich"' Edwards, Lecturer 

* "Caroline" written under "Cliiirlottc," strncV out. — Ed, 



BURIALS. 291 

1831 
April 7 Eleanor Whittiugton, Stepney Poor House, aged 74 years; by J. T. 
Bennett, M.A., Off. Minister 

10 Hannah Grodman, Peter's Hill, aged 54 years ; by J. Sevier, M.A., Off. 

Minister 
June 16 Frederic Mobbs, Boss Court, aged 8 months; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Curate 

26 Mary Scard, Upper Thames Street, aged 64 years; by J. Sevier, M.A., 

Off. Minister 
Sept. 7 Frances Sewell, Upper Thames Street, aged 20 years ; by E,'' Edwards, 
M.A., Lecturer 

11 Sophia Tucker, Peter's Hill, aged 3^ years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

1882. 

Jan. 29 William Maddox, Harrow Court, aged 52 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
30 Jane Childs, Crane Court, aged 14 days ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., Off. 

Min» 
April 10 John Ward, Boss Court, aged 69 years ; by J. Sevier, M.A., Off. Min' 
Aug. 19 Mary Ann Avis, Peter's Hill, aged 1 year and 10 months ; by Eich^ 

Edwards, M.A., Lecturer 
30 William Birkwood, Crane Court, aged 70 (? 79) years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
Sept. 30 Mary Ann Hill, Thames Street, aged 20 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Dec. 27 William Tatum, Upper Thames Street, aged 19 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 

1833. 

April 23 John Earl, Crane Court, aged 4 years ; by W. J. Hall, M. A., Curate 
23 Mary Earl, Crane Court, aged 2 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., Curate 

27 John Eeynolds, Peter's Hill, aged 60 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

May 12 Jane Elizabeth Mobbs, Peter's Hill, aged 6 months ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

June 20 James Coonen, Peter's Hill, aged 44 years ; by R. C. Packman, B.A., 
Off. Min'- 

Aug. 6 Elizabeth Hobbs, Upper Thames Street, aged 1^ years ; by E. C. Pack- 
man, B.A., Off. Min-^ 

1834. 

Feb. 16 Sarah Henley, Crane Court, aged 35 years ; by J. Sevier, M.A. 

Mar. 16 Sarah Newnham, Crane Court, aged il months ; by J. V. Povah, M.A., 

Off. Min'- 
16 Thomas Gass, Crane Court, aged 2 years and 4 months ; by J. V. Povah, 

Off. Min'- 
23 Francis Cole, Upper Thames Street, aged 56 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
April 6 James Brodie, Peter's Hill, aged 17 years; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Aug. 14 Eobert William Labrow Hartley, Peter's Hill, aged 7 weeks ; by J. C. 

Haden, A.M., Off? Minister 
June 8 Sarah Statchfield, Crane Court, aged 9 months ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Aug. 17 Elizabeth Ketling. S*^ Mary, Haggerstoii, aged (}5 years ; by E. Shutte, 

Off. Min. 



292 REGISTERS OF ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1834 
Oct. 19* Elizabeth Martin, Benet's Hill, aged 58 years j by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 
Off. Minister 
28 Ann Beatty, Peter's Hill, aged 52 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., OfEe 
Miji^ 
Nov. 2 Stanley Jarvis, Upper Thames Street, aged 2 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Curate 

20 Martha Morris Summers, Peter's Hill, aged 2 years ; by J. T. Bennett, 

Offe Min*- 
30 Mary Martin, Crane Court, aged 52 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 
Dec. 13 William Tatum, Upper Thames Street, aged 70 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Curate 
24 Eichard Summers, Peter's Hill, aged 7 months ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Curate 

1835. 

Jan. 25 Elizabeth Severn, Harrow Court, aged 69 years ; by H. J. Knapp, 

M.A., Ofes Min'- 
Mar. 4 Ann Atkin, Upper Thames Street, aged 55 years ; by AV. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
Aug. 18 Thomas Eord, Crane Court, aged 47 years ; by J. C. Haden, M.A., 

OfEe Min'- 
30 Maria Newnham, Crane Court, aged 3 years and 10 months ; by W. J. 

Hall, M.A., Eector 
Sept. 27 John Eoberts, Harrow Court, aged 4 years ; by E. C. Packman, B.A., 

Off? Min' 
Oct. 2 Thomas Wilson, Canterbury Place, Newington, Surrey, aged 78 years; 

by J. T. Bennett, M.A., Offs Min'' 
23 Sarah Cockhead, Harrow Court, aged 1 year 7 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Nov. 29 Henry Eichard Cousins, Crane Court, aged 6 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Dec. 13 James Mansfield, Crane Court, aged 7 months; by E. Birch, M.A., 

Offg Min'- 

1836. 

Feb. 14 Hannah Crisp, Peter's Hill, aged 52 years; by Eich^ Edwards, Lecturer 

21 John Peacock, S' Peter's Poor House, aged 7 years ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Mar. 6 Eachel Peacock, S' Peter's Poor House, aged 9 years ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Eector 

1837. 

Jan. 24 Jane Mary CuUingworth, Trig Wharf, aged 45 years; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Feb. 1 Sarah Hobbs, Boss Court, aged 2 years 9 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
Mar. 9 Sarah Walker, Crane Court, aged 49 years ; by J. T. Bennett, M.A., 

Offg Min-- 
April 30 Sarah Tucker, Peter's Hill, aged 14 months; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 

Eector 
30 Charles Jarvis, Up^er Thames Street, aged 8 months ; by W. J. Hall, 

M.A., Eector 
May 3 Eichard CuUingworth, Trig Lane, aged 54 years ; by J. V. Povah, M.A., 

OfEe Min' 

* This entry is crossed out. It is entered under the same date iu the Register of Burials ia 
St. Benet's. — Ed. 



SuuiALs. 293 

1837 

May 14 James Burnet, Upper Thames Street, aged 1 year 7 months ; by W. J. 
Hall, M.A., Sector 

July 23 G-eorge Strong, Harrow Court, aged 4 yeai's and a half ; by J. T. Ben- 
nett, M.A., Om Min'- 

Nov. 29 Henry Nicholls, Crane Court, aged 28 years ; by W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Eector 

Dec. 11 John Grubb, Ci-ane Court, aged 9 months; by "W. J. Hall, M.A., 
Rector 
23 Elizabeth Ann Bruton, Crane Court, aged 3 months ; by W. J. Hall, 
M.A., Eector 



[End of year 1837.] 



294 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. tETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



Cfje a^ea;t$;tev for Briefs* 



Nov. ye 9^^ Day 1707. The Brife of Skire Lane, London, for ffire, the Damage 
8505 (?) po uncles and upwards, was Read in the parish Church of the united 
parishes of S* Bennett's, Pauls Wharfe, and S' Peter, Pauls Wharfe, London, 
and the same Day was Collected the Sume of 9^ and 6 pence. 

[The above is a verbatim copy of the first brief entered ; those following are 
slightly abbreviated.] 

1707. 

Dec. 14 Brief of Orford Church in Suffolk. Damage £1450 and upward. 

Collected Ss. 2d. 
28 Brief for repair of Dursley Church, co. Gloucester. Damage £1995 

and upward. Collected 9s. 3d. 
21 Brief of Southam, co. Warwick. Damage £4454 15s. and upward. 

Collected lis. 7c?. " This is miss placed " 
Jan. 25 Brief of Shadwell in Middlesex. Damage by fire £6137 17s. Collected 

£1 5s. Of/. 
Feb. 15 Brief for fire in Charles Street, Westminster. Damage £3891 and 

upward. Collected 13s. 3^d. 
Mar. 21 Brief for protestant church at Oberburmen in the Dutchy of Berg in 

Germany. Collected £1 3s. 6d. 

1708. 

Mar. 28 Brief for Wincanton in Somerset. Loss by fire £2930 and upward. 

Collected 10s. Od. 
April 11 Brief for Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. Loss by fire £1228 and upward. 

Collected 6s. 
May 16 Brief for Lisburne in Ireland. Loss by fire £31,770 and upward. 

Collected £2 5s. Od. 
30 Brief for Bewdley, co. Worcester. Loss by fire £1384 and upward. 

Collected 4s. Id. 
June 27 Brief for Alconbury, co. Huntingdon. Loss by fire £3318. Collected 

5s. 6ld. 
Oct. 24 Brief for repairing and rebuilding the church and steeple of Breachley. 

Damage £1000 and upward. Collected 9s. 6c?. 
.Nov. 21 Brief for the Strand. Loss by fire £17,880 and upward. Collected 

from house to house £3 15s. lOd. 
Jan. 16 Brief for fire at the Head of the Cannon Gate of Edinburgh in North 

Britain. Damage £7962 and upward. Collected from house to 

house 14s. 4c?. 
Feb, 13 Brief for rebuilding the parish church and steeple of the town of 

Harlow in Essex. Loss by fire £2035 and upward. Collected 

lis. Id. 

1709, 

April 10 Brief for a fire in the town of Holt Market in Norfolk. Damage 
£11,258 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 3s. 8d. 



BRIEFS. 295 

1709 

May 15 Brief for fire at Market Eayson, co. Lincoln, and of the parish of 
Chetton in Salop, and of Worlestou in Cheshire. Collected 5s. 4d. 
29 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of Llanuilling in Montgomery- 
shire. Damage £1325 and upward. Collected 7s. 5^d. 

June 19 Brief for repairing the church of S' Mary lledcliffe within the suburbs 
of the city of Bristol. Collected 6s. lOy. 

Aug. 7 Brief for the Eelief subsistances and settlement of the poor dis- 
tressed palatines. Collected from house to house in S' Bennetts 
£19 14s. 9^., and in S* Peter's £6 2s. Hd., together £25 17s. 

Oct. 9 Brief for loss by fire at Stoak next Clele in Suffolk. Damage £2463 
and upward. Collected 5s. 7d. 

Nov. 20 Brief for the protestant church at Mittau in Courh\nd and Livonia for 
buikling a church for the exercise of " There Religion and support 
of the ministry." Collected 14s. Sd. 

Jan. 29 Brief for loss by fire at Rotherhithe wall in Surrey. Damage £1640. 
Collected 13s. iid. 

Mar. 19 Brief for rebuilding of Chalfont S* Peter Church in Buckinghamshire. 
Damage £1521 and upward. Collected Ss. 4^c?. 



1710. 

May 14 Brief for Northfleet and Durant in Kent. Loss by fire £1613 and 

upward. Collected 7s. Sd. 
June 11 Brief for repairing the parish church of Asbtou super Mersey in 

Cheshire. Damage £2710. Collected 9s. 3d. 
25 Brief for rebuilding Stockton church upon Tees, co. Durham. Charge 

£2580 and upward. Collected 9s. Id. 
Sept. 17 Brief for fire in the town of Twyford in the counties of Berks and 

Wilts. Damage £1261. Collected (is. Id. 
Oct. 15 Brief of Ensham in Oxfordshire. Loss by fire £1474 lis. Qd. 

Collected 5s. 
29 Brief for rebuilding the church of Cardigan in Cardiganshire. Charge 

£2240 and upward. Collected lis. 7d. 
Nov. 19 Brief for rebuilding the church of S' Mary Rotherhith in Surrey. 

Damage £4361 and upward. Collected 13s. \\d. 

1711. 

April 15 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of Cockermouth in Cumberland. 
Charge £1331 and upward. Collected 9s. 3^/. 

May 13 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Wishaw in Warwick- 
shire. Charge £1210 and upward. Collected 12s. 7\d. 

June 10 Brief for loss by fire in the city of Edinburgh. Damage £3572 and 
upward. Collected 8s. Q\d. 

July 15 Brief for S' Helen's alias Edington in the Isle of AVight for building of 
a new church. Charge £1203 and upward. Collected 7s. 7d. 

Sept. 16 Brief of Charles Empson, being lately an inhabitant in the town of 
Booth in the parish of Howdeu in the East Riding of Yorkshire, for 
loss by water and fire £2000 and upward. Collected Qs. 9)\d. 

Oct. 14 Brief for rebuilding and rejiairing the church and steeple of Long 
Melford in Suffolk. Charge £1S00 and upward. Collected 7s. 10c?. 
28 Brief of Stadmore, co. York, and Market Rayson, co. Lincoln. Loss 
by tire £1169 and upward. Collected 13s. lOd. 

Nov. 25 Brief for rebuilding S* Mary's church and steeple upon the wall in the 
town of Colchester in Essex. Collected £1 Is. 5\d. 



296 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1711 
Jan. 20 Brief for rebuilding the parish church and steeple of Whitchurch, co. 

Salop. Collected £2 5a-. lid. 
Feb. 11 Brief for loss by fire of S^ Allhallows Barking, London. Damage 

£1111 and upward. Collected 9s. 2id. 
INIar. 16 Brief for rebuilding of Woolwich church in Kent. Charge £5069 and 

upward. Collected from house to house 18s. Gd. 



1712. 

April 11 Brief for Eichard Salter, loss by fire " and otlier acsedents. Damages 

£1720 and upwards." Collected 5s. 9d. 
June 6 Brief for fire at Battle Bridge in the parish of S' Olive, Southwark, in 

Surrey. Lmss £12,254 and upward. Collected from house to house 

£1 2s. (id. 
15 Brief for rebuilding of the church and steeple of West Tilbury in 

Essex. Damage £1117. Collected lis. Sd. 
Oct. 19 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of S' Thomas, Pensford, in 

Somerset. Damage £2742 and upAvard. Collected 9s. 9|c?. 
Nov. 9 Brief for loss by fire at Little Brickhill in Buckinghamshire, and town 

of Towcester, co. Northampton. Damage £1270 and upward. 

Collected 12s. 4^. 
30 Brief for repairing of Cole Orton church iu Leicestershire. Damage 

£2412 and upward. Collected 18s. 4f ^. 
Dee. 21 Brief f<n' rebuilding and repairing of S' Clement's church at Hastings 

in Sussex. Damage £1550 and upward. Collected 10s. (id. 
Mar. 15 Brief for rebuilding the parish church and steeple of Woodham Perrys 

in Essex. Damage £L425 and upward. Collected 7s. Sd. 
22 Brief for repairing the church of Burton upon Trent in StafTordshire. 

Damage £3100 and upward. Collected from house to house 

£1 14s. 10^. 

1713. 

April 12 Brief of William Adams, loss by fire £1108 and upward, of Heathill in 
the parish of Sheriff Hall in Staffordshire. Collected lis. 10(/. 
19 Brief for rebuilding the Collegiate Church of Southwell in Nottingham- 
shire. Damage £3800 and upward. Collected from house to house 
£1 15s. 0^. 

June 28 Brief for rebuilding the parish church and steeple of Qualford, co. 
Salop. Damage £1366 and upward. Collected 7s. Sd. 

July 26 Brief for fire at Kudgley in Staffordshire, aud town of Wrexham in 
Denbighshire. Damage together £1691 and upward. Collected 

8s. ay. 

Oct. 11 Brief for fire at awitherdg [? Withericlge] in Devonshire, and at Clilton 

in Berkshire. Damage together £1116 and upward. Collected 

8s. 2d. 
25 Brief for rebuilding of S^ Margaret at Cliffe church and tower in Kent. 

Damage £1384 and upward. Collected 12s. l^d. 
Dec. 20 Brief for S' Mary church in Devonshire. Loss by fire £1392 and 

upward. Collected 15s. T^d. 
Jan. 17 Brief for repairs of Shipwash church in Devonshire. Damage £1155. 

Collected ds. dd. 
Feb. 28 Brief for repairing S* John Baptist in Sussex. Damage £1510 and 

upwards. Collected 13s. Sd. 
Mar. 14 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Leighton, co. Salop. 

Damage £1516 and upward. Collected 9s. 2d, 



BRIEFS. 297 

1714. 

June 13 Brief for rebuilding of Burslem church in Staffordshire. Damage 

£1018 and upward. Collected 15s. 
July 11 Brief for loss by fire at Bottisham in Cambridgeshire. Collected from 

house to house 19s. 
Aug. 22 Brief for rebuilding Torksey church in Lincolnshire. Damage £1182 

and upward. Collected 6s. 8|(7. 
Sept. 12 Brief for loss by fire in the town of Dorchester in Dorset. Damage 

£2537 and upward. Collected 6s. 7jd. 
Oct. 10 Brief for rebuilding the Collegiate and parish church in the town of 

lluthin, CO. Denbigh. Damage £3128 and upward. Collected 

7.S. 7d. 
Nov. 29 Brief for loss by fire at Blandford forum in Dorset. Damage 

£7880 13s. and upward. Collected from house to house £3 6s. 0^. 
Dec. 19 Brief for loss by fire at Warwick and Preston Baggot in Warwickshire. 

Damage £1163 and upward. Collected 13s. Id. 
Jan. 30 Brief for All Saints church in Derby in Derbyshire for rebuilding the 

said church. Damage £5252 and upward. Collected 12s. 8^^. 
Mar. 20 Brief for William Bower of the Precincts of White Pryers in London, 

printer. Loss by fire £5146 and upward. Collected from house 

to house £1 lis. 6d. 

1715. 

Mar. 27 Brief for rebuilding and repairing of the church of New Shoreham in 

Sussex. Damage £2203 and upward. Collected 10s. lid. 
May 29 Brief for rebuilding S* Peter church in Chester. Damage £1590 and 

upward. Collected 9s. 6d. 
June 12 The cowkeeper brief. Loss £24,529 14s. Od. and upward. Collected 

from house to house £5 3s. Od. 
July 31 Brief for building and erecting a new church or chapel in the town of 

Sunderland, co. Durham. Charge £2800 and upward. Collected 

lis. 6hd. 
10 Brief of Kentford in Suffolk. Loss by fire £1059 and upwards. Col- 
lected 8s. lid. 
Aug. 14 Brief for loss by fire at Liverpool in the county Palatine of Lancashire. 

Damage £3005 and upward. Collected lis. 5d. 
Sept. 18 Brief for loss by fire at Dryneton in Staffordshire and at Shinbridge, 

CO. Gloucester. Damage together £1378 and upward. Collected 

4s. 5d. 
Oct. 9 Brief for rebuilding and repairs to the parish church and steeple of 

Blvmhill in Staffordshire. Damage £1485 and upward. Collected 

lis. 6id. 
Nov. 20 Brief for rebuilding S'' Giles in the Borough of Newcastle under Line in 

Staffordshire. Damage £3115 and upward. Collected 17s. 3d. 
Dec. 18 Brief of S*^ Mary church in the city and county of the City of Lichfield. 

Damage £4966 and upward. Collected 15s. 2d. 
Feb. 12 Brief of Mitcham in Surrey and Lythwood, co. Salop. Loss by fire 

together £1442 and upward. Collected 10s. 7d. 
Mar. 11 Brief for loss by fire in the town of Spalding in Lincolnshire. Damage 

£20,560 and upward. Collected from house to house £2 13s. Gd. 

1716. 

April 15 Brief of .John Aron. Loss by fire at Little Drayton in the parish of 
Idsall alias Shifnall, co. Salop. Damage £1070. Collected 8s. 5^d. 
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298 REGISTERS OF ST. RENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARP, 

1716 
April 22 Brief for loss by fire at "Walkerith in Lincolnshire and "Wrexham in 

Denbighshire. Loss together £1425. Collected 8s. 5|<?. 
June 10 Brief for a fire in Thames Street in the parish of S* Dunstan in the 

East. Loss £7639 and upward. Collected from house to house 

£3 15s. lOd. 
July 8 Brief for loss by 6re at Upton in the parish of Westham in Essex and 

at Tempsford in Bedfordshire. Collected 10s. S^d. 
Sept. 30 Brief for loss by fire at Burton in Lancashire. Damages £865. Col- 
lected 10s. Old. 
Oct. 21 Brief for the Reformed Episcopal churches in Great Poland and Polish 

Prussia. Collected from house to house £7 16s. (id. 
Jan. 27 Brief for rebuilding the churches and steeples of Chelmarsh and Ryton, 

both in CO. Salop. Charges together £2126 and upward. Collected 

lis. 2d. 
Eeb. 10 Brief for loss by fire at Eidgmont in Bedfordshire. Damage £1578 

and upward. Collected 12s. ll^d. 
Mar. 17 Brief for loss by fire at Ottery S* Mary in Devonshire. Damage 

£4466 and upward. Collected 15s. O^d. 

1717. 

Mar. 31 Brief for loss by fire in Houndsditch, Cock and Hoop Yard and G-ravel, 

London. Damage £5383. Collected from house to house £2 2s. 3c/. 
April 12 Brief for loss by fire at Great Bedwin in Wiltshire. Damage £2485 

and upward. Collected 9s. 6^^. 
June 16 Brief for loss by fire at Harstoft in the parish of Halt Hucknall, co. 

Derby. Damages £1426. Collected 10s. 7ld. 
Aug. 11 Brief for rebuilding and rei^iring the church and steeple of Oldbury 

in Gloucestershire. Charge £1163. Collected 10s. S^d. 
25 Brief for loss by fire at Helthiogo Hill, West Riding of Yorkshire, and 

at Whittington in Staffordshire. Damages together £1289. Col- 
lected 8s. 2c?. 
Oct. 20 Brief for loss by fire at Erampton in Dorset. Damages £1560 and 

upward. Collected 10s. Ohd. 
Nov. 10 Brief for loss by fire to Benenden church and steejile in Kent. 

Damages £1552. Collected 8s. S^d. 
Dec. 22 Brief for loss by fire at Ellingham in Norfolk, and in the town of 

Wisbeck in the Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire. Damages together 

£1611 and upwards. Collected 15s. Sd. 
Jan. 12 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Wen sley in the North 

Riding of Yorkshire. Charge £978 and upw^ard. Collected 

lis. Oy. 
June 22 Brief for the repair and rebuilding of the parish churches of Ashborne 

and Mappleton, co. Derby. Charges together £3016 and upward. 

Collected 13s. 
July 13 Bi'ief for loss by fire at Cherrington, co. Warwick. Damages £1476 

and upward. Collected 7s. 5d. 
Sept. 14 Brief for repairing, building, and enlarging the church in the town and 

parish of Penreth in Cumberland. Charge £1380 and upw^ard. 

Collected 6s. 
28 Brief for loss by fire at Wilcott and Eusden in Salop. Damages £1717 

and upward. Collected 3s. 8^?. 

These ffive ffirst Breifes are mist placed March, the two ffirst in 1717. 

Mar. 16 Brief for loss by fire in the Liberty of Newland in the parish of Hurst 
and at Lowdwater in the parish of Chopping Wiccombe, Bucking- 
hamshire. Damages together £1020 and upwards. Collected 9s. 5d, 



feRiEFg. ^§9 

1717 
Mar. 23 Brief of S* Marj, Newington, Surrey, for rebuilding the said church. 
Charge £1926 and upward. Collected 9s. 2c?. 

1718. 

Mar. 30 Brief for fire at Pulley in the parish of Morton Valence in Gloucester- 
shire and Jay in co. Salop. Loss together £1291 and upward. 
Collected 5s. (id. 

April 20 Brief for repairing Arnold church and Steeple in Nottinghamshire. 
Charge £1290 and upwai-d. Collected Ss. 9^d. 

May 11 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Grrindon in Staffordshire. 
Charge £1350 and upward. Collected 5s. 9d. 

Jan. 11 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of Dolgelley in Merionethshire. 
Charge £1449 and upward. Collected 12s. 6id. 
25 Brief for loss by fire at Headington in Oxfordshire. Damages £1983 
and upward. Collected 12s. 7d. 

" These two last briefs are mist placed." 

Nov, 16 Brief of Little S'' Andrew, Barnwell, in the town of Cambridge, for loss 
by fire. Damages £3842 and upward. Collected 12s. S^d. 
30 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of A rely in Staffordshire. 
Charge £1351 and upward. Collected 3s. 1^^^. 

Feb. 22 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Sheriff Hales in Stafford- 
shire. Charge £1339 and upward. Collected 12s. 9|c?. 

Mar. 15 Brief for fire in the parish of Old Radnor in Radnorshire and at Hab- 
berley in the parish of Kidderminster in Worcestershire. Damages 
together £1289 and upwards. Collected 10s. 6^d. 

1719. 

Mar. 24 Brief for repairing and rebuilding the parish church of Bigleswade in 

Bedfordshire. Charge £1437 and upward. Collected 10s. S^d. 
June 28 Brief for loss by fire at Old Weston in Huntingdonshire. Damages 

£1969 and upward. Collected 12s. lOd. 
July 19 Brief for rebuilding and repairing the church of Deeping S*^ James and 

the steeple in Lincolnshire. Charge £1102 and upward. Collected 

5s. 7id. 
Aug. 9 Brief of Cheltenham and Letchiad, both in Gloucestershire, also of 

Thornton Hough and Bickley and Barnston in the Town aforesaid 

in Cheshire. Loss together by fire £1307. Collected 8s. 8hd. 
Oct. 11 Brief for rebuilding Hinslock church in co. Salop. Charge £1795 and 

upward. Collected 9s. lO^d. 
25 Brief for loss by fire in Bedford Row in the parish of S' Andrew, 

Holborn. Damages £4178 and ujjward. Collected 7s. lOd. 
Nov. 22 Brief for rebuilding and repairing of S*^ John Baptist Church in the 

City of Chester. Charge £3269 and upward. Collected 14s. 5d. 
Dec. 13 Brief for loss by fire in Parie street in the parish of S' Sidwell in the 

city of Exeter. Damage £1067 and upward. Collected 9s. 8d. 
Jan. 24 Brief for loss by fire at Thrapston in Northamptonshire. Damage 

£3748 and upward. Collected 18s. 8d. 
Feb. 14 Brief for repairing and rebuilding of Hartlepool church in the Palatine 

of Durham. Charge £1732 and upward. Collected 8s. 8d. 

1720. 

May 8 Brief for repairing and rebuilding the church and steeple of Great 
Grimsby in Lincolnshire. Damage £1757 and upward. Collected 
7«. Id. 



300 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't AND ST. PETER, 1>AUl's WHARF. 

1720 

May 29 Brief for sufferers by thunder and hail in Staffordshire, by Dreadfull 
storm of Thunder, AVind and Hail Within the several parishes and 
Townships of Wheaton, Aston, Lapley, and other Townships as 
herein mentioned, as at Little on Shredicoate, Walton by Eccleshall, 
Haughton, Bradeley, Sleighford, Whitgrave, Shawford, Little Aston, 
Grreat Aston, Cold Norton, Walton and Stoke by Stone Spatt, Cot- 
walton, Hilderstone, Fulford, Dillhorn and Gaveerswall in the said 
county. Damage £-1163 and upward. Collected from house to house 
£1 4s. Od. 

June 26 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple Shrawardine in Shropshire, 
with the parsonage house. Collected lis. 10^. 

July 24 Brief for loss by fire at Ingmanthorpe in the parish of Kirkdeighton in 
the West Riding of Yorkshire, also of Thomas Deakins, Innholder, 
and Hugh Seymour, sufferers by fire at Norton under Cannock in 
Staffordshire. Damages together £1133 and upward. Collected 
7s. Id. 

Sept. 11 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Kingswood in Wiltshire. 
Charge £1000 and upward. Collected 9s. id. 

25 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Oxtead in Surrey. Loss 

by lightening £1904 and upward. Collected 12s. 5d. 
Oct. 30 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of Burton in the hundred of 

Wirrall in Cheshire. jCharge £1548 and upward. Collected 

10s. 4id. 
Nov. 20 Brief for loss by fire at Meon Stoke, co. Southampton. Damage £5173 

and upward. Collected from house to house £1 Is. Od. 

1721. 

Nov. 12 Brief for loss by fire at Amberley in Sussex. Damage £1280. Col- 
lected lis. 3d. 

26 Brief for loss by fire at Kemberton and Difforth in Shropshire and 

Radnorshire. Damage together £1054 and upward. Collected 

9s. 8|^. 
Dec. 10 Brief for loss by fire at Welshpool in Montgomeryshire. Damage 

£1022 and upward. Collected 7s. 2^d. 
31 Brief for rebuilding the parish church of TJsk in Monmouthshire. 

Charge £2333. Collected 10s. 2d. 
Feb. 11 Brief for loss by fire at Great Wood and at Biiston in Staffordshire and 

Newent in Gloucestershire. Damage £1184. Collected 15s. Sd. 
25 Brief for Jeukin Vingce, sufferer by fire in the Borough of S' Ives in 

Cornwall, Eopemaker. Loss £1000. Collected 5s. 9^^. 
Mar. 11 Brief for rebuilding the chapel of Upper Darwen in Lancashire. 

Charge £1032 and upward. Collected 9s. 3^. 

1722. 

April 8 Brief for loss by fire at Addington in Surrey and at Eandwick and 
Alderton in Gloucestershire. Damage £1127 and upward. Col- 
lected 4s. 3c?. 

May 20 Brief for loss by tire in the parish of S' John, Wapping, in Middlesex. 
Damage £1922 and upward. Collected 9s. S^d. 

27 Brief for fire at All Hallows, London Wall. Damage £1000 and 

upward. Collected Gs. 8d. 
July 8 Brief for loss by inundation of water in Lancashire. Damage £10,227. 
Collected from house to house £2 Os. 9d. 
22 Brief for loss by fire at Caldecott in Hertfordshire. Damage 
£1062 18s. Od. Collected 9s. lid. 



fiRIEPS. 301 

1722 

Oct. 14i Brief for repairing the parish church and steeple of Bakewell in Derby- 
shire. Charge £1815. Collected 9s. Ud. 
28 Brief for repairing and rebuilding S* Mary's Church in Nottingham. 
Charge £4600 and upward. Collected from house to house 
£1 lis. Od. 

Dec. 16 Brief for loss by fire in the Town of Abbotts Bromley in Staifordshire. 
Damage £2437 and upwards. Collected 13s. O^d. 

Jan. 13 Brief for rebuilding the church and steeple of Bangor in Flintshire. 
Charge £2427 and upward. Collected 7s. 10^.' 

Feb. 24 Brief of Budding church aforesaid called Flawford alias S^ Peter church 
and the chapel thereunto belonging in Nottinghamshire. Charge 
£2624 for repairing and rebuilding the same. Collected 13s. 

1723. 

Brief for Brighthelingston in Sussex. Damage £8000 and upward, 

for the making of and other proper Defences to prevent the Kage 

of the sea. Collected from house to house 18s. i5d. 
Brief for loss by fire, sufferer Thomas Macarter of Heartsease in the 

parish of Brampton Bryan, co. Eadnor, and of Kichard Poyner, 

sufferer at Oxenhall in Gloucestershire, and of William Jackson, 

sufi^erer at Kinnersley in "Worcestershire. Collected 13s. 8f</. 
Brief for repairing the parish church of Hexham in Northumberland. 

Damage £4300 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 Is. 6d. 
Brief for rebuilding the church of Lyons alias Holt in Denbigh s^hi re. 

Charge £1939 and upward. Collected 9s. S^d. 
Brief for loss by fire at Shonningtoa in Gloucestershire. Damage 

£3422 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 6s. 8d. 
Brief for building the church of Eperston in Nottinghamshire. Charge 

£1311 and upward. Collected 9s. 9d. 
Brief for repairing the church of S' Alban in Hartford shire. Charge 

£5775 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 9s. Od, 
Brief for rebuilding and repairing the church of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, 

£1352. Collected 12s. 2ld. 
Brief for loss by fire at Cherry Hintou in Cambridgeshire. Damage 

£1045 and upward. Collected 14s. 7d. 
Brief for rebuilding the church of Holt Market in Norfolk. Charge 

£1229 and upward. Collected 9s. 10^. 
(" Misplaced only.") Brief for rebuilding the church of Newport in 

Shropshire. Charge £2000 and upwards. Collected LOs. 8(/. 

1724. 

Mar. 26 Brief for loss by fire at Wetherby in Yorkshire. Damage £7533 and 

upward. Collected from house to house 18s. 
x^pril 12 Brief for repairing the church of Frodsham in Cheshire. Charge 

£1108 and upward. Collected 7s. 4(/. 
May 10 Brief for inundation at Halifax in Yorkshire. Charge £3395 and up- 
ward. Collected 16s. 4</. 
June 14 Brief for loss by fire in the parish of Michael Church in Radnorshire and 

at Grimston in Leicestershire. Damage together £1047. Collected 

Qs. Sy. 
Aug. 9 Brief for loss by fire at Staverton in Northamptonshire. Damage 

£2009 and upward. Collected Gs. 4-d. 
23 Brief for loss by fire at Camps Hall in the parish of Castle Camps in 

Cambridgeshire and at Downtou in Wiltshire. Damage together 

£1067 and upward. Collected 8«. Id. 



Mar. 


31 


May 


19 


June 16 


July 


14 


Aug. 


11 




25 


Sept. 


8 


Nov. 


10 


Dec. 


8 


Jan. 


26 




19 



302 REGISTERS OE ST. BENE^T AKD ST. :PETBR, PAUL's WHAHE. 

1724 

Sept. 13 Brief for loss by fire at Alrawaies, Martham, and Southbergh in 

Staffordshire and Norfolk. Damage together £1130 and upward. 

Collected 4^. 3d. 
Oct. 18 Brief for loss by fire at Knighton in Eadnorshire and at Laintwerdine 

in Herefordshire and at Wheatenhurst in Gloucestershire. Damage 

£1093 and upwards. Collected 8s. S^d. 
Nov. 29 Brief for rebuildiug Neath church in Grlamorganshire. Charge £2383 

and upward. Collected lis. O^d. 
Jan. 10 Brief for rebuilding and repairing Wirksworth Church in Derbyshire. 

Charge £1900 and upward. Collected 8s. lie?. 

24 Brief for loss by fire at Cricklade in Wiltshire. Damage £1624 and 

upward. Collected 10s. Id. 
Mar. 14 Brief for rebuilding Langton church aud steeple in Lincolnshire. 
Charge £1432 and upwards. Collected 9s. 3d. 

1725. 

April 11 Brief for loss by fire at East Morden in Dorset. Damage £1349 and 

upward. Collected 7s. 7d. 
18 Brief for loss by fire at Market Lavington in Wiltshire. Damage 

£4735 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 10s. 3^. 
July 11 Brief for rebuilding Darlestone church. Charge £1019 and upward. 

Collected lis. 3^. 

25 Brief of Crediton and Kirk Deighton in the counties of Devon and 

York. Loss by fire £1203 and upwards. Collected 8s. 2d. 
Aug. 8 Brief for rebuilding Great Bowlas church in Shropshire. Charge 

£1130 and upward. Collected 6s. 6^d. 
Nov. 28 Brief for loss by fire at Great Torriugton in Devonshire. Damage 

£4988 and upward. Collected from house to house £1 4s. 6d.] in 

S* Bennet's 17s. 6d., in S' Peter's 7s. Od. 
Dec. 19 Brief for rebuilding Ormskirke church in Lancashire. Collected lis. 7rf. 
Mar. 13 Brief for rebuildiug Bamptou church in Westmoreland. Charge 

£1355 and upward. Collected 9s. Id. 

1726. 

Mar. 27 Brief for rebuilding Wareseley church in Huntingdonshire, Charge 

£2003 and upward. Collected 13s. 5^d. 
June 19 Brief for Folkestone fishery. Collected 9s. Gjd. 
July 24 Brief for loss by fire at Alderford and Great Horwood. Collected 

6s. md. 

Sept. 3 Bi'ief for S*' Nicholas church in the city of Worcester. Collected 

7s. Gd. 
Oct. 30 Brief for Backford church. Collected 9s. Sy. 
Nov. 29 Brief for loss by fire at Hambledon in Hampshire. Damage £5184 

and upward. Collected from house to house 14s. ; in S' Bennet's 

6s. Gd., in S* Peter's 7s. Gd. 
Jan. 8 Brief for rebuilding Gibshelfe in Derbyshire. Charge £1098 and 

upward. Collected 8s. S^d. 
29 Brief for loss by fire at Dorchester in Dorset. Damage £5843 and 

upward. Collected from house to house £1 Is. 0^. ; in S' Bennet'a 

12s. Gd., in S' Peter's 8s. Gd. 

1727. 

Jan. 28 Brief for loss by fire at Great Wilbraham in Cambridgeshire. Damage 
£1426 and upwards. Collected 8s. 8d. 



BRIEFS. 303 

1727 
Feb. 26 Brief for loss by fire at S"^ John's, "Wapping, in Middlesex. Damage 

£6366 aud upward. Collected from house to house £3 Is. 4-.d. ; in 

S' Bennet's £2 10s. Od, in S' Peter's lis. 4y. 
Mar. 17 Brief for rebuilding Burton Joyce church in Nottinghamshire. Charge 

£1021 and upward. Collected 7s. lOhd. 
Nov, 14 Brief for rebuilding Alcester church in Warwickshire. Charge £4642 

and upward. Collected 5s. 10(/. 

1728. 

May 19 Brief for loss by fire at Hinton in the Hedges in Northamptonshire. 

Damage £1122 and upward. Collected 5s. 6^. 
June 23 Brief for rebuilding Trinity Church in the city of Chester. Charge 

£2658 and upward. Collected 8s. ijd. 
Oct. 20 Briefc' for rebuilding Yarme church in Yorkshire. Charge £1772 and 

upward. Collected 10s. Sd. 
Nov. 10 Brief for rebuilding White Grate church in Clieshire. Charge £1214 

and upward. Collected 10s. 5d. 
Jan, 12 Brief for loss by fire at Gravesend in Kent. Damage £21,232 and 

upwards. Collected £4 8s. Od. ; in S' Bennet's £3 19s. 0^/., and in 

S* Peter's 9s. 
Mar. 23 Brief for rebuilding S' Hylds chapel in the county of Durham. Charge 

£1595 and upward. Collected 7s. 7d. 

1729. 

May 11 Brief for rebuilding Branston church in Eutlandshire. Charges £1157 

and upwards. Collected 7s. 2d. 
June 15 Brief for rebuilding S' Swithen's church in Worcestershire. Charge 

£2514 and upward. Collected 5s. 7d. 
29 Brief for rebuilding Napton church in Warwickshire. Charge £2249 

and upward. Collected 9s. 
July 20 Brief for rebuilding Eickiughall and Botesdale church in Suffolk. 

Charge £2210. Collected 6s. 7d. 
6 Brief for repairing S' Andrew's Harbour in Scotland. Charges \_blank]. 

Collected 17s. 6d. ; in S' Bennet's 10s, Gd., in S' Peter's 7s, 
Aug. 10 Brief for loss by fire at Polborne in Cambridgeshire, Damage £1028 

and upward. Collected Is. 7d. 
17 Brief for rebuilding S*^ John Baptist church in Gloucestershire. 

Charge £2310. Collected 3s. (5d. 
Sept. 14 Brief for rebuilding Tamworth church in Warwickshire and Stafford- 
shire. Charge £3249 and upward. Collected 2s. 3^«?. 
Oct. 19 Brief for rebuilding Pershore church in Worcestershire. Charge 

£4000 and upward. Collected 6s. 7d. 
Feb. 15 Brief for loss by fire at Milbourn in Cambridgeshire. Damage £6869 

and upward. Collected 7s. 3d. 
Jan. 29 Brief for repairing S^ Andrew's Harbour in Scotland. Charges £2734, 

Collected 10s. 6d. 
Mar. 8 Brief for rebuilding Worthenbury church in Flintshire. Charo-e 

£1364. Collected 3s. lO^f/. 
April 11* Brief for rebuilding Hornsey and AVheelock [churches] in Middlesex 

and Chester. Loss by fire £1205. Collected 3s. 5d. 
Oct. 10* Brief for protestants at Copenhagen, Wyersdale chapel in Lancashire. 

Charges £1245. Collected 5s. lOd. 

* These entries appear to be out of order, but probably belong to 1729. — Ed. 



304 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 

1729 
Nov. 26* Bishop's Norton church in Lincolnshire. Charges £1006. Collected 6s. 
Jan. 9* Missley chapel in Essex. Charges £1742. Collected 5s. dd. 

Broughton Fuluey in Nottinghamshire. Charge £1110. Collected 3s. 

1730. 

May 10 Brief" for inundation at Wroot in Lincolnshire. Loss £2686. Collected 

14s. 4d. 
Jan. 23 [1729 ?] Llandaff Cathedral in Glamorganshire. Charge £6866. 

Collected £2 9s. 0^. 
May 24 Brief for rebuilding Bilston chapel in Staffordshire. Charges £1200. 

Collected Ss. 8d. 
31 Brief for S' Michael's church in Southampton. Charges £7766. 

Collected 4s. 7d. 
Nov. 8 Brief for loss by fire at Bearley in Warwickshire. Damage £1207. 

Collected 7s. GU. 
Dec. 15 Brief for loss by fire at Kidderminster. Cliai'ges £1112. Collected 

4s. 6J. 

1731. 

Jan. 10 Brief for loss by fire at Tarborough in Lincolnshire. Charges £1016. 

Collected Is. 7|f?. 
Feb. 21 Brief for Denbigh chapel in Denbighshire. Charges £1136. Collected 

3s. Id. 
1730 Mar. 21 Brief for Evesham church in Worcestershire. Charges £4930. 

Collected 4s. 3^;. 
May 16 Brief for Tetbury church in Grioucestershire. Charges £2600. 

Collected 6s. 

1732. 

Mar. 12 Brief for loss by fire at Bozeat in Northamptonshire. Charges £2697. 

Collected 7s. ly. 
April 16 Brief for all Saints church in Sussex. Charges £1349. Collected 

5s. Id. 
June 11 Brief for loss by fire at Sturminster, Newton Castle. Charges £6787. 

Collected 8s. 2d. 
July 9 Brief for loss by fire at Colcott in Glocestershire. Charges £1009. 

Collected 9s. 2d. 
Oct. 15 Brief for Stowerbridge church in Worcestershire. Collected lis. ^d. 
Nov. 12 Brief for loss by fire at Manton in Eutland. Charges £1269. 

Collected 5s. ll\d. 
26 Brief for Bishop's Norton church in Lincolnshire. Charges £1006. 

Collected 6s. 
Dec. 17 Brief for Draycott church in Staffordshire. Charges £1147. Collected 

4s. 10^. 
Jan. 14 Brief for loss by fire at Newbold upon Avon in Warwickshire. Damage 

£1417. Collected 8s. 3i. 
Mar. 18 Brief for loss by fire at North Stoneham, co. Southampton. Collected 

10s. Id. 

1733. 

April 8 Brief for Well church in Lincolnshire. Charge £1201, Collected 
5s. Id. 

* These entries appear to be out of order, but probably belong to 1729. — Ed. 



BRIEFS. 305 

1733 

April 15 Brief for Abbey Lanercost church in Cumberland. Charge £1100. 

Collected 3s. Id. 
May 20 Brief for a loss by fire at Wood Plumpton iu Lancashire. Charges 

£1053. Collected 76-. 
June 17 Brief for Aberthrothock harbour in county Forfar. Charges £9311. 

Collected lis. 
July 15 Brief for Dudley church in Worcestershire. Collected -Is. 2|J. 

29 Brief for loss by fire at Blanford forum in Dorset. Charges £35,348. 

Collected from bouse to house 9s. 9d. 
Aug. 26 Brief for loss by fire at Ansterfield in Yorkshire. Charge £1500, 

Collected Is. 9^. 
Oct. 14 Brief for Michael Dean church in Gloucestershire. Collected 3s. 2^^/. 
Dec. 9 Brief for Scremby church in Lincolnshire. Collected 3s, 1^^/. 
Jan. 20 Brief for Monmouth church in Monmouthshire. Collected 5s. 7d. 
Feb. 10 Brief for Conington church in Cambridgeshii'e, Collected 3s, 5^d. 
Mar. 10 Brief for loss by fire at Whitfield in Somerset. Charges £1380. 

Collected 5s. 2d. 

1734. 

May 12 Briefs for the churches of Redmerley in Worcestershire and Edengale 

were read. Collected 5s. lid. 
June 9 Brief for Eufford chapel in Lancashire. Charges £1165. Collected 

3s. 1^. 
23 Brief for loss by fire at Aylesbury iu Buckinghamshire. Charges £3670. 

Collected 7s. Sd. 
July 14 Brief for loss by fire at Maddinton in Wiltshire. Charges £1283. 

Collected 9s. 
28 Brief for loss by fire at Guilden Morden in Cambridgeshire. Damages 

£1096. Collected 9s. Ud. 
Aug. 18 Brief for Christleton church in Cheshire. Charges £1140. Collected 

2s. 7id. 
Sept. 15 Brief for loss by fire at Erchfont in Wiltshire. Collected 6s. l^d. 
Oct. 27 Brief for Ealing church iu Middlesex. Charges £3000. Collected 

15s. 9hf. 
Dec. 8 Brief for Grifiingham chapel in Lancashire. Collected 5s. 8d. 
Jan. 19 Brief for loss by fire at Onnisley in Staffordshire. Collected 8s. S\d. 
Feb. 9 Brief for Monford church in Shropshire. Collected 4s. lOd. 

23 Brief for North Meels church in Lancashire. Charges £1292. 

Collected 4s. 5d. 

1735. 

Mar. 30 Brief for All Saints church in Worcestershire. Charges £1944. 

Collected 5s. 9y. 
April 20 Brief for loss by fire at Poulton in Lancashire. Charges £1032. 

Collected Gs. Sd. 
May 12 Brief for loss by fire at Cottenham in Cambridgeshire. Charges 

£1215. Collected 8s. O^d. 
Sept. 28 Brief for loss by fire in Barnwall. Collected £1 4s. 8d. 
Nov. 16 Brief for loss by fire at Brampton in Huntingdonshire. Damage 

£1348. Collected 9s. Gd. 

1736. 

May 16 Brief for Shaw chapel in Lancashire. Charges £1111. Collected 
3s. 5d. 

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1736 

May 23 Brief for [blank'] 

30 Brief for Lanarmore church in Denbighshire. Charges £1362. Col- 
lected 7s. Id. 
July 11 Brief for Norton church in Staffordshire. Charges £1347. Collected 

7s. Td. 
Aug. 8 Brief for loss by fire at Titsworth in Oxfordshire. Damages £1440. 

Collected 7s. 10^. 
Sept. 12 Brief for East Stoke church in Nottinghamshire. Collected 5s. 2d. 

19 Brief for Empsoy, co. York, loss by fire £1549. Collected 6s. 6</. 
Nov. 21 1734 Brief for Swaffham Prior in Cambridgeshire. Damage by fire. 

Collected 6s. Qd. 
Dec. 19 Brief for loss by fire at Eoyston in Hertfordshire. Damages £2272. 

Collected 4s. Q\d. 
Jan. 16 Brief for loss by storms of Hale at Mobberley in Cheshire. Collected 

4s. 8|</. 
Eeb. 13 Brief for loss by fire at Cobham in Surrey. Damage £1658. Collected 

8s. 5d. 
Mar. 20 Brief for Walton in the Wolds church. Collected 2s. Q\d. 

1737. 

May 8 Brief for loss by fire at Houghton Regis in Bedfordshire. Damage 

£1494. Collected 5s. 
22 Brief for loss by fire at Wapping in Middlesex. Collected from house 

to house, in S* Bennet's £1 6s., in S' Peter's 7s. Qd. 
Aug. 21 Brief for Houghton church in Staffordshire. Charges £1219. Collected 

2s. 8^. 
Sept. 11 Brief for loss by fire at Castle Hayes in Staffordshire. Charges £1311. 

Collected 4s. 9J. 
18 Brief for Pendle chapel in Lancashire. Collected 3s. \d. 
Oct. 16 Brief for Meatham church in Derbyshire. Charges £1059. Collected 

5s. Qd. 
30 Brief for Ravenstondale church in Westmoreland. Charges £1509. 

Collected 4s. Qd. 
Nov. 20 Brief for Puttenham in Surrey. Charges £3304. Collected in 

S* Bennet's £1 4s. Qd., in S' Peter's lis. 
Jan, 22 Brief for loss by fire at Stoney Stratford in Buckinghamshire. Charges 

£6754. Collected in S* Bennet's £1 10s., in S* Peter's 4s. Qd. 
Feb. 19 Brief for Blidworth church in Nottinghamshire. Charges £1247. 

Collected 8s. Qd. 

1738. 

April 16 Brief for S' John Baptist church in Coventry. Collected 8s. 

June 11 Brief for an inundation of water at Upchurch in Kent. Collected in 
S* Bennet's £1 3s. Qd., in S* Peter's 4*. Qd. 

July 16 Brief for Preston church in Shropshire. Collected 6s. 0\d. 

Aug. 20 Brief for loss by fire at Penckrych in Stafford shii'e. Charges £1128. 
Collected Qs. 1\d. 

Sept. 17 Brief for Abton church in Shropshire. Charges £1120. Collected 8s. 

Oct. 15 Brief for Ledbury church in Herefordshire. Charges £1929. Collected 
• 9s. Qd. 

Dec. 10 Brief for Fairwell church in Staftbrdshire. Charges £1002. Collected 
10s. M. 

Jan. 28 Brief for loss by fire at Marthal in Cheshire. Charges £1063. Col- 
lected 19s. Oi. 

Feb, 25 Brief for loss by Hail stoi'm at Dunstew and Dadington in Oxfordshire. 
Charges £1080. Collected 10s. Qd. 



BRIEFS. 307 

1739. 

April 8 Brief for Longdon church in Shropshire. Charges £1182. Collected 
5s. 5d. 

May 13 Brief for Berkswich church in Staffordshire. Charges £1695. Col- 
lected 4s. 5d. 

Nov. 25 Brief for loss by fire at Eoyston in Cambridgeshire. Charges £1684. 
Collected 8s. 7d. 

Dec. 9 Brief for a loss by fire at Kelshall in Cheshire. Charges £1191. Col- 
lected 4s. 5d. 
16 Brief for Marchiugtou church in Staffordshire. Charges £1154. Col- 
lected 7s. 6d. 

Jan. 27 Brief for Nuneaton church in "Warwickshire. Charges £1050. Col- 
lected 3s. 10^. 

Feb. 10 Brief for Dorchester church in Oxfordshire. Charges £2289. Col- 
lected 2s. 11^. 
24 Brief for loss by fire at Fenn Stanton in Huntingdonshire. Collected 
Gs. Sd. 

Mar. 23 Brief for a storm of hail at Houton in Hertfordshire. Collected from 
house to house [amount not given]. 

1740. 

May 11 Brief for S* Chad church in Staffordshire. Charges £1462. Col- 

lected 3s. 
June 8 Brief for Macclesfield church in Cheshire. Charges £1197. Collected 

2s. 5d. 
July 13 Brief for a loss by fire at "Walton in Worcestershire. Charges £1192. 

Collected 3s. 5d. 
Aug. 17 Brief for Twyford and Stenson churches in Derbyshire. Charges 

£1050. Collected Is. 1^ 
Oct. 12 Brief for ShareshiU church in Staffordshire. Charges £1086. Collected 

2s. Id. 
Nov. 16 Brief for loss by fire at Hinxton in Cambridgeshire. Charges £1357. 

Collected 3s. 
Jan. 11 Brief for loss by fire at Bierton in Buckinghamshire. Collected Is. 4id. 
Feb. 22 Brief for Stirchley church in Shropshire. Charges £1603. Collected 

2s. 2d. 
Mar. 15 Brief for S' John's chapel in Deritend in Warwickshire. Charges 

£1643. Collected 2s. 6d. 

1741. 

April 12 Brief for loss by fire at Bascott in Warwickshire. Charges £1168. 
Collected 3s. 8hd. 

May 31 Brief for Congleton church in Cheshire. Collected 2s. Id. 

June 22 Brief for a loss by fire at Cromer in Norfolk. Charges £1325. Col- 
lected 8s. 8c?. 

July 12 Brief for the inundation at Foulness in Essex. Loss £3666. Collected 
in S* Bennets 14s., in S' Peter's 10s. 

Aug. 23 Brief for Prestwould church in Leicestershire. Collected 2s. 

Sept. 20 Brief for Heapey chapel in Cleylaud in Lancashire. Collected 2s. d^d. 

Oct. 25 Brief for S* Greorge and S' John, Wappiiig, in Middlesex, for a loss by 
fire. Collected 6s. 9d. 

Nov. 15 Brief for loss by fire at Marrick in Yorkshire. Collected 4s. 



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INDEX NOMINUM. 



A 



Aaston, see Aston, 

Abdy, Elizabeth, 106 ; John, 106, 115 ; Thomas, 
106. 

Abell, Edward, 257. 

Aberley, William, 145. 

Abernethes, Georofe, 73. 

Abott, Edward, 49. 

Acton, John, 224. 

Adams, Blaze, 15 (2), 17 ; Edward. 17 ; George, 
124; James, 180; Jane, 236; John, 16; 
Martha, 277 ; Mary, 188. 274 ; Mary Ann, 
167 ; Mrs., 1 ; Richard, 43, 44 (3) ; Samuel. 
31; Sarah, 124; Thomas, 1, 40, 277; Wil- 
liam, 296; —.31, 44. 

Adamson, John, 277 ; Mary, 275 : Richard, 163. 

Adderly (Aderley, Atherley), Alexander, 129. 
130; Elizabeth, 129 (2), 130(2), 146; Han- 
nah, 129 ; James, 130 ; John, 130(2) ; Samuel, 
89 (2) ; see also Atherley. 

Addington, James. 288 ; Julia, 289. 

Addy, Henry, 238 ; Joseph, 238 (2) ; Mary, 238. 

Adee, Joseph, 43 (2). 

Adkinson, Ralphe, 8. 

Admiens, Mary, 143. 

Aiers, see Ayers. 

Ainsworth, Richard, 3. 

Akam,' .Joseph, 157, 176, 181 ; Sarah, 181 ; Wil- 
liam, 157. 
Akers (Ayckers), Goodman, 50 ; Humphrey, 

54 ; Mary, 55 ; Robert, 53. 
Akingstall. Elizabeth, 34. 
Alcock (AUcock), Christopher, 251 ; Daniel. 

247, 248 (2), 251, 252 (2) ; Dorothy, 247 ; 

Elizabeth, 252 ; James, 252 ; Jane, 59 ; Mary, 

247, 248, 251, 252 (2). 
Alcon, Frances, 16. 
Aldersey, William, 236 (2). 
Aldred, Mary, 74. 
Aldrich, John, 283. 
Aldridge (Aldderidg, Aide ridge, Aldridg, 'Al- 

drige), Ann, 229, 243 ; Elizabeth, 91, 95 ; 

Frances, 145 ; Jane, 120 ; Mary, 100 ; Richard, 

91, 92, 95, 103, 224, 225, 226, 227, 229 ; Sarah, 

92, 224 ; Thomas, 243. 
Aldrug, Richard, 219 (2). 
Aleotfo, Elizabeth, 94 ; Thomas, 94. 
Aleworth, see Aylworth. 

Alexander, Hannah, 290 ; John, 280 : Mary, 

281 ; William John, 285. 
Alford (Allford), Arthur, 188; Charles, 181 ; 

Elizabeth, 200 ; Elizabeth Walter, 184 ; Jane 

Elizabeth Walter, 186 ; Jane Maria, 185 ; 

John, 160, 163 ; Jonathan, 164 ; Joshua, 160 ; 

Sarah, 159, 189 ; William, 170. 



Allaham, Susannah, 265. 

Allam, John, 265. 

AUason, see Allison. 

Allcock, see Alcock. 

Allen (Allein, Allin), Ann, 83, 89, 132, 269 ; 
Anthony, 158 ; Barbara, 157 ; Catherine, 
125, 254 (2) ; Charles, 7, 92 ; Edward, 249 ; 
Elizabeth, 92. 118, 249; Francis, 9 ; George. 
153; Hannah, 74; Hugh, 7, 9; Jacob, 152 
(2), 153. 159, 163 ; Jane, 72 ; John, 102 (2), 
125 (2), 132, 254; Joyce. 234; Louisa, 277; 
Margarett, 161 : Mary, 63; Nathaniell, 45; 
Nicholas. 132, 140 ; Peter, 8 : Rebecca, 152 (2), 
277 ; Robert, 62 ; Sarah, 91. 152 (2), 153, 
171 ; Thomas, 249 ; William, 62 (2), 76. 

Allford, see Alford. 

Allison (Allason), Ann. 36 ; Thomas, 255. 

Allum, Mary, 146. 148. 149. 152; Richard, 146 
(2), 147, 148, 149 (2), 152, 155, 160; Sarah, 
148, 165 ; Sarah Katherine, 152. 

Ally, Ann, 134 ; George, 134 (2). 

Alport, George, 63. 

Alsey, Esther, 285. 

Alsop, Adams, 171. 

Alston, Joseph, 223. 

Alt, H. J., 198. 

Alworth, see Aylworth. 

Alyard, Widow, 40. 

Alywood. John. 244. 

Amber, John, 84 (2). 

Ambler, Hester, 253 : Richard. 253. 

Amblin. John. 140; William, 140. 

Anibree (Ambre), John, 79 ; Mary. 79. 

Ambrose (Ambross, Ambrous), Alee, 69 ; Robert, 
123. 

Ames (Aymes), Alexander, 228, 22i» ; Mary, 228. 

Amos, Elizabeth, 278 ; James. 279 ; John, 279 ; 
Mary, 176 ; Thomas, 52. 277. 

Amy, Elenor, 82 ; Richard, 82. 

Anderson (Andersonne), Elizabeth, 80 : Grace, 
243 ; James. 80, Sii ; Jane, 247 ; Joane, 2.'->5 
(2) ; John, 238 ; Kisear, 86 ; Rebeckah, 236 ; 
Thomas, 249. 

Andres, Mary. 201. 

Andrew, Mr., 109. 

Andrews (Andrewes, Androes, Androwes), Anne, 
2 ; Elizabeth. 1 ; Gilbert, 1, 3. 4 : Goodwife, 
30 ; Hana. 55 ; Hanna, 55 ; Henry, 15, 17 (2), 
240; James, 83 (2) ; John, 3 ; 3Iargarett, 17 ; 
Martha, 232 ; Mathew, 232 ; Richard, 54 ; 
Samuell, 231 ; Thomas. 232 ; Widow. 44 : 
William, 2, 4, 56, 228, 232. 

Andross (Andros), Richard. 217 (2); Thomas, 
211. 

Ange, Samuel, 263. 

Angel, Ann, 162. 

Anguish, Ann, 5 1 ; Edinond, 39 ; Thomas, 39, 41. 



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Annis, Mother, 28. 

Ansel], Elizabeth, 139 ; John, 2 ; William, 37. 

Ansley (AnnslejOi John, 2r>9 ; Mary, 258 (2), 
259 ; William. 258, 259. 

Anslow (Anslowe), Abraham, 209 ; Mrs., 209 ; 
Ursula, 215 : William, 205, 206 (2), 215. 

Anson (Ansonne), Chariot, 74 ; Thomas, 41 ; 
William, 142. 

Ansted, John. 2 (2). 

Answorth, Francis, 14. 

Anthony (Anthoney), Ann. 135 ; John, 245 ; 
Mary, 84, 135, 175 ; Stephen, 135, 140; Wil- 
liam, 271. 

Antwine, Francis Dutman. 155. 

Applebee (Appelbee), Alice, 252 ; John, 252 (2). 

Appletree, Margaret. 182. 

Apthorpe, Edward, 7 (2). 

Archer, Ann, 70. 269; Benjamin, 132; Elias, 
121 ; Elizabeth, 124, 132 (2), 133, 145, 146 ; 
Frances. 25 ; Joane, 55 ; John. 35, 39, 144, 
152 ; Joseph. 132, 133, 140, 150 : Lydia. 152 : 
Mary, 5. 24, 35. 113 (2), 121. 152 : Robert. 5. 
16 (2). 23 (2), 24. 25, 32. 35 ; Sarah, 133 ; Sus- 
anna, 32 ; Thomas, 113, 121, 138, 139. 

Arde, Hector, 72. 

Arden (Ardin), Elizabeth, 72 ; John, 80 ; Jo- 
seph, 76. 

Aris (Airess. Ares, Aries). Mary. 158 ; Robert, 162, 
164: Roger,228; Sarah. 148. 179 : Thomas. 167. 

Arkell, Priscilla. 122. 

Arme. George, 44 ; — . 44. 

Armeat (Armeates), Mr., 206, 207. 

Armitage (Armatage), Ane, 28 ; Grace, 267 ; 
James, 3 : John, 3 : Katherine, 3 ; Stephen, 
267 (2) ; Widdow, 3, 7. 

Armond, Mary. 171. 

Armstrong. Ann, 102 ; Christr., 156, 157 (2), 
269 ; Jonas, 102 ; William, 285. 

Armsworr.h, William, 270 (2). 

Arnold (Arnoll). Ann, 219; Catherine, 59; 
James, 219 ; John, 156 ; Mr., 51. 

Aron, John, 297. 

Arpwood, Frances, 85. 

Arrowsmith (Arrosmith), George, 15, 46 ; 
Joane, 16; Sarah, 46 ; William. 16. 

Arundel (Arundell), James. 248, 249, 250; 
James, junr.. 249 : Margaret. 248 ; Mary, 248. 
249 ; Philip, 249. ' 

Asbee (Asbe). Anthony, 5 ; Charles, 25 ; Re- 
becca, 5 ; Thomas, 25. 

Ascough, Alice. 64 ; Elizabeth. 48 ; Gabriel, 61, 
63 ; John. 42, 47, 48 : Sarah, 42. 

Ash (Ashe). Dorothy, 70 ; Elizabeth, 58 ; Isaac, 
58 ; Jane, 58 ; John, 74 ; Peter, 66, 77 ; Tho- 
mas, 70. 

Ashbishaw, Elizabeth, 160. 

Ashbrooke (Ashbrock, Ashbroke). Arnold, 145 ; 
Margaret, 135 (2). 136 (2). 137: Mary. 135; 
Robert. 135 : Sarah, 143 ; Thomas, 135 (2), 
136, 137(2), 138, 139. 

Ashcraft, Cornelius James, 158 ; Sarah, 155. 

Ashenton (Asheton). .irr Ashington. 

Ashfield (Ashfeild). John. 12. 13, 14. 19 ; llary, 
263 : Robert, 262 ; Susannah, 269 ; Thos., 264. 

Ashford, Elizabeth, 148. 

Ashford aliax I'enson, Elizabeth, 39. 

Ashington (Asheuton. Asheton), Ann, 105 ; 
James, 105 ; Mary. 94. 105, 218 ; Ralph, 61. 

Ashley (Ashly). James, 141 ; Sarah, 102. 

Ashman (Ashmon), Elizabeth, 151 ; Isaac, 151 ; 
Rebecca, 151 ; Sarah, 148. 



Ashton, Thomas, 48 ; — . 48. 

Ashurst, John, 80 ; Mary, 118 ; William, 80. 

Ashwell, Clare, 18 ; Elizabeth, 16 ; John, 16, 17, 
18 ; Richard, 17. 

Ashwin, Elizabeth, 103 ; John, 103. 

Asken, Fardinando, 229 ; Sara, 229. 

Askew, Ann, 255; Dorothy, 12; Isabell, 63; 
John. 255 ; Mary, 63 ; Sarah, 171 ; William, 
12 ; — , 258. 

Askquith, see Astwick. 

Aspetall, William, 90. 

Aspree, Anne, 132 ; John, 132 (2). 

Assendon ( Assenton, Assington), Catherine, 249 ; 
Charles, 249, 252 (2), 254 ; Mary. 249, 252 (3), 
254. 

Asterly. Margaret. 54. 

Astill (Astell), Anne. 96, 97 ; John, 91 : Mary, 
97, 103, 104, 105 (2). Ill ; Sarah, 103; Tho- 
mas, 20 (2) ; William. 91, 96, 97, 103. 104 (2). 

105, 111 (2). 

Astin (Asten, Astinn), John, 91 ; Mary, 21 ; 
Susanna, 102 ; Thomas, 20, 21 ; William, 91, 

Aston (Aaston), Anna, 82 ; Elias. 75, 76. 77, 78, 
81, 82 (2); Elizabeth, 176; Frances, 75; 
Hana. 221 ; Judith, 220 ; Martha, 77 : Phila- 
delphia, 78, 81 ; Thomas, 76 ; Walter, 220, 
221. 

Astwick (Askquith), Sarah, 126 ; Thomas, 126. 

Atherfolfl. Steven, 11. 

Atherley (Athearly, Atherly), Alexander, 131 
(2); Elizabeth, 136; .James, 135; John. 136, 
147 : Joseph. 109 ; Margaret, 134 ; Mary, 109, 
131 (2) ; Samuel, 109, 120, 133, 134 ; William, 
134 ; see also Adderly. 

Atherton, Mr., 8. 

Athorne (Aython), John, 104 ; Mary, 104. 

Athy (Athee), Ann. 78 : James, 92. 

Atkin, Ann, 292. 

Atkins (Atkines), Elizabeth, 112, 121 ; Hannah, 
94, 110. 112, 121. 122 (3), 145 ; John, 93, 110. 
112, 121, 122 (2), 146, 148; Josias, 36; Mar- 
maduke. 95, 110; Nicholas, 95; Peter, 89; 
Richard^ 182 ; Robert, 95 ; Thomas, 36 ; Wil- 
liam, 122. 

Atkinson, Elizabeth, 35, 37 ; Francis. 21 (2) ; 
Jane, 21 ; Katherin. 34 ; Mary, 149, 268 ; 
Sarah, 250, 251 (2) : Thomas, 141". 233 ; Tho- 
mas Todd, 149 ; William, 34. 35, 37. 250 (2), 
251. 

Atkis, Henry, 4. 

Attley (Atlee). Elizabeth, 242 ; Sarah, 177. 

Attwell (Atwell), Lawrence, 121 ; Martha, 139 ; 
Mary. 121 : Williaxn, 121, 133. 

Atwood (Attwood). Ann. 112, 114, 115, 116 (3), 
133 ; Elizabeth. 80 ; Isabell, 48 ; John, 84, 
86(2). 120; Mary, 48, 115: Ralph. 45, 46; 
Robert, 120. 121 ; Samuel. 112 ; Sarah, 120; 
William, SO (3). 84. 103, 112, 114 (2), 115, 
116 (2). 

Auugier. John, 224 ; Thomas, 224. 

Austin (Austen, Austine), Ann. 106. 174; Ed- 
ward, 239, 241 ; Elias, 75, 76 ; Elizabeth, 134 ; 
Frances, 75 ; Hannah, 107 ; Jane, 37 ; John, 

106. 107. 109 : Joseph. 187 ; Margarett, 6 ; 
Mary, 34. 106, 107 (2), 109 ; Mr., 11 ; Robert, 
34. 38. 40 (2), 43 ; Samuel, 109 ; Theadotia, 
38 ; Thomas, 76 ; Ursula, 239 ; — , 40. 

Autver. Elizabeth, i34. 

Avery. Amos, 233 (3) ; Anne, 233 ; Samuell, 230. 
Avis (Aviess), Charles, 289 ; Elizabeth, 265 ; 
' Mary Ann, 291 ; Sarah, 265. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



311 



Ayckers, see Akers. 

Aydee, Joseph, 4() ; — , 40. 

Aj'ers (Aiers, Ayeres, Eyers), Ann, 130 : 6eor<ye, 
87 ; John, 132 ; Mary, 195 ; Sarah, 1)8 ; Tho- 
mas, 138. 

Aylworth (Aleworth, Al worth), Thomas, 128. 
147, 253. 

Aymes, -fee Ames. 

Ayres, Hannah, 179 ; Isabella, 180 ; Thomas, 141. 

Ayrhurst, Thomas, 232. 

Aython, xec Athorue. 



B 



Bacchus (Baccus), Christian. 17; Sarah, ofi ; 
William. 60. 

Backer, Mr., 214. 

Backett. see Beckett. 

Backhouse (Bakess cr Packhouse), Elizabeth, 
148 ; Jane, 151 ; John, 105 ; Joseph. 89 ; Mary, 
148, 157. 

Backler, Mary Ann, 272. 

Backster, Roger, 37. 

Bacon, Richard, 86 ; Robert, 86. 

Badg-ers, Richard, 38. 

Badham, John Henry, 195. 

Bad well, Elizabeth, 141. 

Bag. Jacob, 150. 

Baggott, Elizabeth, 74. 

Baggs, Katheran, 51 ; Zakere, 51. 

Bagly. Thomas, 52. 

Bagnell, Mr., 115. 

Bailey (Baillee, Baley, Bayle, Bayley, Baylie, 
Bayly), Alice, 66 : Andrew, 66 ; Ajine, 25, 61, 
225; Charlotte, 199; Edmond, 40; Edward, 
140, 232(3). 235 : Elizabeth. 36, 142, 151. 236 
(2). 251 : Hauah, 39 ; James. 36, 39. 47, 48, 
49, 244 ; John. 14, 25, 56, 151, 232, 234 (2) ; 
Judith, 54 ; Margaret, 55 ; i\Iary, 48, 125 ; 
Mathew, 40, 48; Mr.. 12, 141; Rebecca, 56 ; 
Sarah, 229 ; Susanna. 96 ; Thomas, 39, 125, 
145, 229 ; Widow. 50 ; William. 147, 225 : — , 
39, 47. 

Baillie, H., 173 (2) ; J.. 278 (2). 

Baker. Alice, 223; Allexander, 218 ; Anne, 234 
(2), 243 ; Benjamin, ISO ; Daniell. 11, 13 (2), 
15, 25 ; Dorcas, 22 ; Frances, 222 ; Francis, 
11, 27 ; Henry. 7 ; James. 13 ; John, 5 (2), 7, 
11, 15. 163. 234, 236 : Mary, 11. 36, 98 ; Mrs., 
5: Peter. 69; Richard, 169; Thomas. 69.71 
(2), 222, 223, 225 ; William, 34, 36, 146. 

Bakess (Backhouse or Packhouse). Jane, 151. 

Balchen, Ann, 133 ; John Roberts. 134 ; Olive. 
128. 133 ; Robert, 128 (2). 133. 

Balden (Ballden), Elizabeth, 6. 208 ; Jeames,208, 
209 ; William, 6. 

Balding (Baldin. Baldinge, Ballden, Baulden), 
James, 201 ; John, 131 (2): Mary, 127, 131 ; 
Percival. 99 ; Thomas, 99 ; William, 30, 
127 (2). 

Baldwin (Baldwyn, Boldwin). Alice, 10 ; John, 
29, 127 (2), 131 (2) ; Mary, 127(2), 131 ; Mr., 
25 : Percival, 99 ; Rebecca, 24 ; Rose. 15 ; 
Thomas, 99; William, 8, 10, 15, 19. 21. 22, 
23, 24. 29, 127 (2), 280 ; —19, 20. 

Baley, nee Bailey. 

Ball, Elizabeth, 208 ; John, 134 (2), 160 ; 
Letitia, 186; Margaret, 206; Mary, 197; 
Sarah, 134 ; Thomas, 192 ; William, 200 (2). 

Balliter, John, 32. 



Ballyard, Richard, 228. 

Baltesar (Ratte.sea). John, 250. 

Bampton, Richard, 15. 

Hanljer. George. 90 ; John. 90. 

Banes, John. 229, 237; Margaritt, 229; — , 
229. 

Banks (Banckes, Bankes), Charles, 195, 190; 
Hannah, 193; Jane Great, 179; John, 100, 
LS2 : John Hawkins, 177 ; Mary, 92, 106, 178. 

Bannister (Banister). Anna Maria, UK); Isa- 
bella, 168 ; John, 161 : John Hancock, 271 ; 
Mary, 163 ; Richard, 270 ; William, 157. 

Banson, Elizabeth, 191. 

Baptist, John, 115. 

Baratt. xre Barrett. 

Barber, Ann, 73, 76, 79, 80 ; Francis, 224 ; 
George. 109; John. 80, 83; Katherine, 69; 
Mary. 97, 109; Michael, 74; Xalhaniel. 69; 
Robert, 73, 76. 80, 83, 89 ; Sarah, 70 ; Wil- 
liam, 89. 

Barbridge (Braxbridge), Rebecka, 79. 

Bard, Ann, 287 ; Sarah, 287. 

Barens, Anne, 10 ; Margery, 10 (2). 

Barham (Barhum). Elizabeth, 151 ; Grace, 151 ; 
R. H., 199, 290 ; Saville, 151. 

Barker, Ann. 64. 135 ; Charles, 25 ; George, 09, 
109; Jarvis, 139; John, 23, 135 (2); Mary, 
70, 97, 109, i35, 173 ; Rebecca, 54: Rose. 19; 
Sarah, 171 ; Susan, 01 ; Thomas, 19, 23, 25. 

Barley. Alexander. 4 : Henry, 4 ; Widdow, 22, 
30. 

Barlow (Barloe, Barlowe), Elizabeth, 2, 128 ; 
Francis. 228: Frederick. 287 : Goodman. 49 ; 
Henrv. 2 (2), 8 : James, 156 ; John, 128 ; Tho- 
mas, 228 ; William, 2, 128, 138, 211. 

Barnacle. Elizabeth, 73. 

Barnard, Catherine, 284; Mary, 120: William 
Henry, 277. 

Barneby, James. 39. 

Barnes, Edward. 45 (2), 72. 76 (2), 79, 81 ; 
Eleanor, 172 ; Elizabeth, 69, 72, 79, 81 ; Eli- 
zabeth Ann, 140 ; Henry, 79 ; John, 39 (2), 
63 ; John Richard, 182 ; Martha. 68 ; Mary, 
18, 237 ; Mr., 53 ; Peter, 152 ; Phillip, 2, 3 ; 
Samuel, 9, 13, 18: Sarah, 79; Susann, 81; 
Thomas. 62, 237 ; — , 39. 

Barnett (Barnet), Anne, 84 ; Elizabeth, 264, 
265 ; Jonathan, 265 ; Mary, 276 ; Myrtilla, 
264 : Robert, 264 ; Roger. 61 ; Sarah, 202 ; 
William, 205. 

Barnswell, Robert, 242 ; William, 242. 

Barr, Elizabeth, 94, 97 ; Hannah, 121 ; Thomas, 
97. 

Barrett (Baratt. Barret), Anne, 96 ; Anthony, 
24; Benjamin. 135; Christian, 118: Jane, 
103 ; John, 84, 223 ; Mary. 103 ; Nicolas, 79 ; 
Peter, 63 ; Richard, 84, 111 ; Thomas, 103. 

Barron, Ann, 227. 

Barrow, Richard, 200 ; Thomas, 29. 

Barsley (Barslee). Mary, 115. 

Bartey. Charlotte, 272. 

Bartholomew, Anthonj-, 5 ; George, 74 ; John, 
7 ; Robert, 5. 7. 

Bartlett (Bartlek, Bartlet, Bartlette), Cathe- 
rine, 131: Dean, 131 ; Deborah, 279; Jane 
Hammond. 200 ; John. 187, 251 ; Mary. 251 ; 
Mr., 209; Robert. 131; Susannah, 169, 181, 
197 ; William, 251, 255. 

Bartolet, Sarah, 85. 

Barton (Barten). Edward, 149 ; Elizabeth, 128 ; 
John, 128 ; Lydia, 83 ; Mary, 75, 101 ; Mr., 



312 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARP. 



230; Peter, 83, 84, 89 (2); William, 101, 
128. 

Bartium (Bartram. Bartrom), Ann. 13!) : Eliza- 
beth. 132. 134, 138. 141: John, 132, 134; 
Thomas, 132. 134 ; Thomas, junr., 146 ; Wil- 
liam, 183; — , 7, 11. 

Barwell. Jane, 4.") ; Thomas. 41 (2), i'>, 74. 

Barwick, Eleanor. 192. 

Basford (Basfoord), John. 43 ; Sarah, 43 ; Tho- 
mas. .t4. 

Baskervill (Baservil). Edward. 242 ; Marj'. 29 : 
Rowland, 29. 

Basnett. Caroline. 182 ; Thomas, 14. 

Bason. George, 270 ; John, 181. 

Basse. Edward, 2'>» : Mary. 258 (2). 

Bassett. Thomas. 1(;2. 

Bassey. William. 18(5. 

Bateman (Batman). John, 23 ; Lyonell, 4, 8. 13 
(2). 19, 22 (2), 23. 24; Marsaret. 22: Mili- 
sent. 22; Richard. 19; Robert, 13; Wil- 
liam. 4. 

Bates (Bate). Ann. 181: Elizabeth, 69, 177; 
Hugh, 2.54 ; Mary, 2.51, 254 ; Thomas, 251 (2), 
254 ; Thomasin. 100. 

Bath. William. 271. 

Bathmaker, Elizabeth. 270 ; Francis, 269 ; Han- 
nah. 27(1 ; John, 271 ; William, 280. 

Batrum (Battram). Christopher, 118; Rebecca, 
118: Sarah. 118 : — , 8, 11. 

Batt (Bat). Elizabeth. 260 ; Essex, 261 ; Hum- 
phry. 202 ; William, 262. 

Battesea. see Baltesar. 

Battle, Margarett. 16. 

Baugh, Sarah, 31 ; William, 31. 

Bautorndon, Kcfi Boutandon. 

Baves, Sarah, 285. 

Baxter (Baxtor, Bextei;), Charlotte Anne, 279 ; 
Elizabeth, 94. 120. 122 ; Jane Elizabeth. 278 ; 
John, 2S1 ; Joseph, 236 ; Susanna, 120 ; Tho- 
mas, 287 ; William, 120. 

Bayes, Catherine, 263. 

Bayley (Bayle, Baylie. Baylv). see Bailey. 

Baylif, Mary Ann, 290. 

Bay man, James. 101. 

Baynes. Mary. 238. 

Beach, Constantine, 247. 

Beacon, Mary, 126, 256. 

Beadle, Ann, 27. 

Beale (Beal), Benjamin, 110; Mary, 255 ; Mr., 
8; Thomas, 116, 127. 

Beamond (Beamon), Aiery, 78 ; Henry, 78. 

Beamont (Beamount), Christopher, 233, 234 

(2) : Elizabeth. 260 ; James. 260 ; Mary, 256 

(3) ; Richard, 260 (2) ; William, 256 (3). 
Bean (Been, Beene), Angle, 95 : Elizabeth, 70, 

84, 160 ; James. 54 ; John, 52 (2). 56 ; J. P., 
185. 192, 288 ; Mary, 95 ; Samuel, 56. 

Beard (Bearde). Dorothy, 71, 236 : Frances. 47 ; 
Georsre, 30. 47, 54 ; James. 220 ; John, 30, 40, 
74 ; Mary, 220 : Sarah, 73. 

Beare, Thomas, 13 (2). 

Beareley. se^ Beerley. 

Beasley, Ellen, 19 ; Hannah, 145. 

Beast, Andrew, 208 ; William, 208. 

Beatty, Ann, 292 ; Mary, 290. 

Beauchamp. Joseph, 155 ; William, 261. 

Beaumont (Beaumount), Elizabeth, 234 ; Hes- 
ter, 261 ; James, 258 (2) ; Mary. 258 ; Rich- 
ard, 265 ; Thomas, 258, 260 ; William, 260. 

Beaven, Thomas, 276. 

Beaver, John, 257 ; Widdow, 10. 



Beckett (Backett), Elizabeth, 252, 258 (2) ; 
George, 156 ; John, 252 (2), 258 (3) ; Robert. 
258. 

Beckley. Edward, 198 ; Elizabeth Jane. 195 ; 
Harriet, 194; James, 196; William Henry, 
196. 

Beddoe (Beddow). Frances. 19 ; Joane. 7 ; Tris- 
tram, 7. 11, 19. 27. 

Bedford, Ann. 90; Charles Arthur, 179; John 
Desborough. 182 ; Thomas. 90. 

Bee, James, 260, 261 ; John. 236 (2), 256, 260, 
261, 263; Mary, 256. 

Beech, Henry, 69. 

Beecham. Patience. 156 ; William, 158. 

Beekley (Beklye), Robert, 134 ; William, 218. 

Beene, see Bean. 

Beereman, see Bereman. 

Beerley (Beareley), John, 33 (2) ; — , 33. 

Beeson, George, 270 ; Thomas, 269. 

Beetsworth, see Bettsworth. 

Beezo (Bissowe), George, 122. 

Beklye, see BeekleJ^ 

Belbin (Belbon), Elizabeth, 155 ; — , 158. 

Belcher (Belchier), Elizabeth, 152 (2), 172. 197 ; 
John, 152 ; Richard, 148, 152 (.3), 163 ; Tho- 
mas, 169; William, 183. 

Bell, Carolina, 147 ; Frances, 134 ; John, 218 ; 
Nathaniel, 155; Peter, 172; Rebecca. 155: 
Susanna, 166; Thomas, 136; Tomzin. 91- 
William, 91. 

Bellamin, William, 13. 

Bells, Henry, 25. 

Belt, Elizabeth, 78, 92 ; Mary, 75, 78 ; Robert, 
108. 

Benaisho, John, 2. 

Benall, John, 42, 44, 46 : — , 42, 44. 

Benard. see Bennard. 

Bence. William. 234. 

Bendishe, Mary, 203 ; Thomas, 202. 203. 

Benfeild. Anne, 42 ; Widow, 22 ; William, 42, 
48. 

Benham. Amelia, 278 ; Ann, 110, 115 ; George, 
98, 110, 115 ; Henry. 276 ; Henry Thomas, 
277; Mary. 98; Sarah, 110; Thomas Jacob, 
276. 

Bening, see Benning. 

Benjamin (Beniamyn), Joseph, 267 ; — , 30. 

Benn, Thomas, 139, 142. 

Bennard (Benard). James, 102 ; John James, 
92, 102 ; Mary, 120. 

Bennett (Benet, Benit, Bennet, Bennettes), 
Alexander, 221, 222, 225 (2), 2.30 ; Anne, 90, 
91 ; Charles. 94 ; Christian, 109 ; Elizabeth, 
88, 113. 142: Henry, 14; Isam, 97; James, 
142 ; John, 27, 55, 172, 229 ; Jone. 4 ; J. T., 
195 (3), 196(3), 197 (6), 198 (8), 200 (2), 290. 
291 (2), 292 (5), 293 ; Judeth, 229 ; Mary, 59^ 
87,249, 254 (2) ; Pennylope, 189 ; Richard, 4, 
6, 87, 221 ; Robert, 16 ; Ruth, 85, 97 ; Sarah, 
126 ; William, 152, 254 : — , 44, 219. 

Benning (Bening). Elizabeth, 107 ; Mary, 89 ; 
William, 125. 

Bensley, John, 173. 

Benson, Abigail, 73; George, 26; John. 182; 
Mathew. 6, 17, 21, 26 ; Mr.. 13, 19, 29 ; Samh, 
17; Susan, 6. 

Bent (Bennt), John, 106 ; Thomas, 90. 

Benton, William, 260. 

Bereman (Beereman), John, 79 ; Richard, 75 ; 
William, 222. 

Berepack, Nicholas, 213. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



313 



Bernard, Ann, 118 ; John, 118. 

Berriff (Berif), Elizabeth, 101. 

Berry. Vian, 105 ; William. 10.5. 

Berwick. Elizabeth, 183 ; Mary, 183. 

Bessall, Francis, 15, 1(3, 19, 29; Joane, 15; 

John, 19 ; William, 1(5. 
Best, Anne, 215 ; Elizabeth, 44, 162 ; Isaac, 251 ; 

Jane, 243 ; John, 19, 44, 65 ; Letisha, 244 ; 

Margarett, 20 ; Martha, 159 ; Samuel, 11, 19 ; 

William, 65. 215 ; Wynnifrid, 11. 
Bestew, Farnam, 244 ; George, 244. 
Bethell. Ann, 189; William, 159, 163, 193; 

William Henrj', 186. 
Betteson. John, 242. 
Bettis, Elizabeth, 75. 

Bettram, Isaac, 4 : Mr.. 8 ; Mrs., 10; — , 11. 
Betts, Ann, 238 : Elizabeth, 35. 43 ; John, 28 

(2). 35, 39, 41, 59 ; Thomas, 238 ; Widow. 43 ; 

— , 39. 
Bettsworth (Beetsworth, Bettesworth), Ann, 

158 ; Elizabeth, 160 ; Maria. 158 ; Sarah, 156. 
Bewley (Biily), Thomas, 79 (2). 
Bexter. see Baxter. 
Bey, Elizabeth, 223 ; Thomas, 223. 
Bicklej', .James Henry, 193. 

Bicknell, Mary, 15 ; Quintell, 1 1 ; Quinton, 15, 18. 
Biddulph, Jane. 289. 
Bidgood. Grace, 281 ; Joseph, 281 ; Philip, 281 ; 

Susannah, 180. 
Bigg, Elizabeth, 244. 256. 
Biggs, Edmonds. 60; Henry, 157; Mary, 256; 

Robert, 256 (2) ; Thomas, 63. 
Bigland, Anna Gertrude, 182 ; Anna Mariah, 

172 ; Elizabeth Maria, 185 ; Nathaniel, 25 

(2) ; Ralph, 169, 172, 178 ; Susan Elizabeth, 

169, 178 ; Susanna. 169 ; — , 179, 185. 
Bignall (Bignell), Caroline, 270 ; Catherine, 

266 ; James, 266, 267. 
Bill, James, 148 : John, 4 ; Nathaniel William, 

141. 
Billige. Alles, 204 ; Fraunces, 203 ; Joseph, 204 

(2) ; Thomas. 204. 208. 
Billing (Byllinge). Ann Holladine, 59 ; Cuth- 

bert, 203, 204 ; Elizabeth, 59 ; Emanewell, 

44 : Jonathan, 278 ; Mary, 60 ; Mr.. 203 ; 

Richard, 59 ; — , 44. 
Billinger (Bulinger). Elizabeth, 125. 
Billingsly (Rillinesley), Abraham, 129 ; An- 
thony, 130 ; Benjamin, 130 ; Elizabeth, 130 ; 

Susannah, 129. 
Billington (Billinton), Robert, 256; Sarah. 

256 (2). 
Bilton (Billton), Andrew, 273 ; Christian, 162 ; 

Dennis, 160, 273; Fanny, 273; John, 89 (2), 

188. 
Binfield, Deborah. 257. 

Bingham, Henry, 49, 50 ; John, 54 ; — , 49, 
Bingley. Giles, 97. 
Binney (Binne, Binny), Ann, 60 (2) ; Clement, 

52, 60 ; Richard, 53 : — , 45. 
Binnion, John, 223 ; Marye, 223. 
Birch, E., 199,292. 
Birchmore, William, 153. 
Bird, Elizabeth, 73 ; James, 4, 5 ; Lucy, 4 ; 

Matbantius, 205 ; Mr.. 205 ; Ralphe, 5 ; 

Roger, 204 (2) ; Sarah, 81 ; Thomas, 5, 81. 
Birket (Birkit), Thomas, 37 (2), 38, 39 ; — , 38. 
Birkinshaw (Buckinshaw), John, 122 (2) ; Sus- 
annah, 122 . 
Birkwood, Anna Maria, 181 ; Elizabeth, 171, 

271, 273; Jeremiah, 277; Leatitia, 285; 
VOL. IV. 



Mary, 188; Rebecca, 194; Robert Henry, 

277 ; Sarah, 188, 286 ; William, 159, 178, 291. 
Bisecur, Margaret, 91. 
Bish, Mary, 48. 
Bishop(Bishopp,Bushop), Blanch, 234 ; George, 

66, 67, 68, 69, 98 ; Henry, 234 ; Henry Tho- 
mas, 188 ; John, 74 ; Mary, 65 ; Mr., 224 ; 

Ruth, 6i>, 97 ; Samuel James, 182 ; Sarah 

Ann, 141 : Thomas, 29. 
Bisiey, Elizabeth, 119; Jonathan, 119; Silas, 119. 
Biss, Chantry. 100. 
Bissell (Bis.sall), Elizabeth, 254 ; .Jonathan, 30 ; 

Robert, 254. 
Blackbage, Peter, 210. 
Blackbatch. Andrew, 213 ; Mr., 211 ; Peter, 213 

(4), 214. 
Blackburne (Blackborne, Blackbourne), Cizeley, 

59 ; EUenor. 60 ; Jane, 67 ; Mrs., 7. 
Blackburv. Margarett, 18. 
Blackey, Elizabeth. 234. 
Blackgrove, Elizabeth, 147; Robert, 131. 
Blackman, Mary, 168 ; Tamer, 190. 
Blackwell. Dorothie, 32 ; Ellinor, 86 ; John, 32, 

240 ; Mary, 240. 
Blackwood, George, 281 ; William, 283. 
Bladwell, John, 59. 
Blague, Thomas, 2 ; William, 2. 
Blake, Elizabeth, 40 ; Fayth, 4 ; George, 4 ; 

George Frederick. 194; John, 123; Joseph, 

159 ; Mary, 196 ; William, 4, 247. 
Blakmoor, Richard. 96 (2). 
Blaley, Josiah, 260 (2) ; Mary, 260. 
Blame, Martha. 188. 
Bland, John, 49. 
Blaney, Jane, 144 (2), 
Blemen, Mr., 23, 
Blenkarne, Chas. James, 190 (3), 191, 287 (3), 

288 (4). 
Blevin, Ann, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 
Blew. John, 227 ; Sarah, 227. 
Blinco (Bliukeo), Katherine. 242; Mr., 212; 

William, 213. 
Bliss. Ann, 273. 
Bloer, Elizabeth, 36. 
Blomfield. Samuel, 273. 
Blowine, Mary, 65. 
Blundell (Blundall), Clare, 125. 
Blunden (Blundon), George, 8 ; John, 283 ; 

William, 159, 
Blunderson. Roch.. 40. 
Blunt, Alice. 11 ; Ann, 7, 62; George, 7 (2) ; 

James, 7 ; Sara, 7. 
Blurton. Mary, 68. 
Boade (Boad. Boode), Anna, 85 ; Anne, 107 ; 

Jane, 89 ; Mary, 93. 98 ; Rebecca, 87. 91, 107, 

131 ; Thomas, 87, 89, 91, 93, 98, 99, 107, 119. 
Bock, Luke, 2(56. 
Boddington (Bodington), Alee, 243 ; Susanna, 

24 ; Thomas, 19, 24, 25. 
Bodingfield. Charles, 92. 
Body, Elizabeth, 225, 227 ; John, 224 (2), 225, 

227, 228 (2). 229, 230, 231 ; Mary, 228 ; Mr., 

227, 230 ; Sarah, 228 ; — -, 228 (3). 
Boesman, see Bosman. 
Boets, Ann, 38 ; Marmaduke, 38. 
Bogg, Ann, 138 (2), 142, 177 ; George, 184 ; 

Robert. 138, 155, 177 ; Robert Nathaniel, 199. 
Boheam, George, 92 ; Mary, 92. 
Boilin (Boylin), xee Boyling. 
Boldwin, see Baldwin. 
Boler, Juliana, 120 ; Tiomas, 120. 

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Bolls, John, 217. 

Bolt, Harriot, 197 ; Martha, 192 ; Mary, 04. 

Bolton, Elizabeth. 64, 183, 228 ; Henry, .")(] ; 
Jane, 61 ; Job, .59, 228 ; Matthew, 81 ; Per- 
kin, 2(5.5 ; Sarah, 28, 58 ; Thomas. 62 ; Wil- 
liam. 199. 

Bond (Boond), Beniemen, 42 ; Elizabeth, 5 ; 
George, 50 (2) ; Mary, 5U ; Rebecca, 55 ; Sus- 
anna. 45 : Thomas, 41, 42, 45, 46, 50, 55 ; — , 
41, 42, 46. 

Bone, Mary, 170; Thomas, 243 (2); William, 
200. 

Bonham, Elizabeth, 179 ; William, 174. 

Bonner, Elizabeth, 91 (2) ; Giles, 78 ; Joannah, 
75 ; Oliver, 78. 

Bonnett, Ralph, 78. 

Bonville. Jane, 41 ; Jonathan, 41 (2), 54 ; Mar- 
garet, 57 ; Patience, 41. 

Boode, sec Boade. 

Booge, Jane, 160. 

Booker (Boocker), Edmund, 78 ; Edward. 76 ; 
Elizabeth, 53, 131 ; George, 90; John. 42, 50, 
61. 85 ; Joseph, .55 ; Mary, 44, 47. 53, 86 ; Mr., 
48', 52; Peter, 214, 220; Richard, 85,86(3). 
90,91,120, 128; Samuel, 41, 42, 43,44, 47, 53, 
55, 62. 220 ; Sarah, 91 ; Susan, 42 ; Susanna, 
120; Thomas, 76, 94; William, 41, 42; — , 
43, 50,214. 

Boom, Lois Brown, 186. 

Boone, Edward, 253 ; Elizabeth, 253 ; John, 
253. 

Boorn. Elizabeth, 97. 

Boos. Elizabeth, 218 : William, 218. 

Booth, Ellin. 36; Francis, 141 (2); John. 150; 
William, 268. 

Booyer, ace Bowyer. 

Booze (Booz, Boozes. Bozs), Ann, 96, 3 07, 114 ; 
Phoebe, 107, 109, 114, 148; Robert, 107, 109. 
114 (2), 123 ; Susanna, 109. 

Bordridg, Rowland, 71. 

Boreham (Borham), Elizabeth, 148, 155 ; 
Martha. 157 ; Robert, 153, 156 ; Samuel, 147. 

Borel, William, 160. 

Boreman, Kee Borman. 

Borer, Gorge, 210 (2) ; Mr., 209 ; Samuel, 210. 

Borghe, see Boughe. 

Borman (Boreman), Goodwife, 21 ; Thomas, 
220 ; — , 25, 

Borne, Widowe, 205. 

Borrington (Borington), Richard, 85. 

Bosman (Boesman, Boseman, Bozeman), Ann, 
46, 122 ; Elizabeth, 19 ; Henry, 12, 14, 18. 19 
(2), 21, 23 (2), 27, 28, 36, 38, 46. 51 ; Israel, 
36 ; .Tames, 28 ; John, 27, 38 ; Mr., 30 ; Mrs., 
31 ; Randolph, 120 ; William, 28, 120 ; — , 13. 

Boss, Elizabeth, 171 ; Peter, 253. 

Bosstick, Mary, 136. 

Boston, Josias, 239; Mary, 17.3, 239. 
Boswell, Lady, 42 ; Sir Leonard, 4, 5, 6, 11, 20 ; 
Margarett. 5 ; Mr., 12. 

Bote, Marmaduke, 34, 43 (2), 4(i, 48 (2) ; 

Martha, 34 ; Mary, 46. 
Botham (Botthom. Bottom), Ann, 136, 142 
Anthony, 136 ; Elizabeth, 257 ; Martha, 263 
Sarah, 148 ; Thomas, 136 ; William, 261,262 
— , 144. 
Bothamly, Sarah, 124 (2); Thomas, 124. 
Bott, John George, 193. 
Bottom, nee Botham. 

Bottrell (Bottarel, Botterell), Charles, 145 ; 
John, 112, 114, 116, 130, 134, 139; Martha, 



134; Mary. 112 (2), 114, 116, 134, 140; Tho- 
mas, 114, 116. 
Boucher, Elizabeth, 168 : John, 64. 
Bouden, James William, 274. 
Boughe ('/' Borghe, Anne, 204 ; Mr., 204. 
Bouker, see Bowker. 
Boulerdon, sec Boutandon. 
Boules. see liowles. 
Boult. John, 177. 
Boulton (Boultin, Bowlton), Alexander, 160; 

Clearia, 237 ; Eave, 227 ; Elizabeth, 263 ; 

George. 40; Hannah, 177; Jane, 214; Jobe, 

226, 227 ; Martha. 44 ; Mary, 226 ; Mathew, 

44 ; Mr., 214 : Sarah, 87 ; Thomas, 43 (2), 49, 

83 ; William, 178 ; — , 40, 43 (2), 49. 
Bound, John, 114; Josuah, 118; .Mary. 118, 

249 ; Jloses. 118. 
Boundy (Bonty), Elizabeth, 126; Mary. 119; 

Moses, 119 (2). 126 : Rhoda, 119. 
Bourne. Alice, 59 ; Jane. 56 ; Luke, 06 ; Mary, 

59. 
Bous, John, 278. 
Boutandon (Bautorndon, Boulerdon), Anthony, 

249, 250 ; Elizabeth, 249, 250 ; Mary, 250 ; 

Mary Elizabeth, 249. 
Bouth, John, 11. 
Bouther, Catherine, 185. 
Bouvier, Elizabeth, 89. 
Bowden, Frances, 45 ; Francis. 41 ; George, 30 ; 

Jane, 235 ; Robert, 221. 
Bowen (Bowin), Damaris, 115 ; Elizabeth, 108 ; 

Hannah, 108 ; John. 108 (2) ; Margery', 102 ; 

Martha, 78,123 : Mary. 77, lc8 (2) ; Matthew, 

123; Thomas, 92; Walter, 123 (2); Widow, 

47. 
Bower, William, 297. 
Bowker (l>ooker, Boiiker), Charles. 238 : James. 

238 ; John, 80 ; Fetter, 216 (2) ;' Thomas, 80! 
Bowland, William, 10. 
Bowler, George, 17. 
Bowles (Boules), John. 140: Mrs., 206 ; Peter, 

224 ; Ralph. 45 ; Thomas, 154, 201, 224. 
Bowman (Boman). Randal, 125; William. 48. 

53 ; — , 48. ■ 

Bowyer (Booyer, Boyear), Alee. 220; .An. 217; 

Edith, 6 ; Edmund, 131 ; Hewth, 216 ; Hugh, 

217, 220, 226 ; John, 140 ; — . 220. 
Box, Elizabeth, 263 ; Mary, 45 ; Richard, 24.5. 

286 ; Thomas, 245, 263 ; Tobias, 45, 47. 49 ; 

—: 47. 

Boxley. Mary, 171. 

Boycott, Christian, 119 ; Francis. 119 ; I'ierson, 

119. 
Boyear, see Bowyer. 
Boyling (Boilin, Boylin). Daniel. 129. 133; 

Elizabeth, 129; Henry, 134; Jane, 129; 

Mary, 134 ; Thomas, 134. 
Bozeman. see Bosman. 
Bozs, see Booze. 
Brabant, Bartholomew. 8 ; Edward, 33 ; Faith, 

32 ; Jane, 35 ; Mr., 30; William, 28 (2), .32. 

33, 35, 37. 
Bracher, Henrietta Elizabeth, 278. 
Bradbourne (Bradborn. Bradburne). Ann, 101 ; 

Jane, 104 ; John. 102, 104 ; Joseph, lOl. 
Bradbury, Mary, 107. 
Bradley, Ann, 251 ; John, 251 ; Lewis, 251 ; 

M.artha. 164 ; Widdow. 208. 
Bradrick, Allyn, 228; Thomas, 228. 
Bradshaw, Anthony, 50 ; Elizabeth, 37. 81 ; 

John, 37 ; William, 235. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



315 



Bradwater, William, 9. 

Brady, William, 179. 

Bragyr, Richard, 224. 

Braine, sec Brayne. 

Brampstone (Bramston, Branston), George, 86, 
89 (2), luO ; Rebecca, 90 ; Thomas, 86 : Wil- 
liam, 130. 

Bramwell, Edward, 237 (3) ; James, 237. 

Branch, Elizabeth, 87. 

Brand, Frances, 132. 

Brandon, John, 16. 

Brantield, Robert, 264. 

Brangwell, Elizabeth, 6 ; Widdow, 6. 

Bransbey (Bransbe), Ralph, 45, 50 ; — , 45, 50. 

Branscomb, Jonathan, 17(). 

Brant, John, 274. 

Braxbridg, see Barbridge. 

Bray, Evee, 86 ; JIargaret, 98. 

Brayne (Braine), Dorretie, 3 ; Sarah, 236 ; Tho- 
mas, 3. 

Breame. John, 20. 

Bredall (Bredell), Bett, 278; George, 278; 
Henry, 278. 

Bredforde, Margaret, 3. 

Breedon, Abigail, 227 ; Thomas, 227. 

Brentnall, Elizabeth, 159. 

Bresstow, see Bristow. 

Breton, Anne. 87. 

Brett, Daniel, 98 ; Mary, 98. 

Brettle, James. 173 ; John, 170 ; Sarah, 170. 

Brewer, Richard, 27 ; — , 230. 

Brian, Sarah, 257. 

Brice, Elizabeth, 81 ; Henry, 81, 84, 92 ; Ste- 
phen, 81 ; Susanna, luG ; Thomas, 81. 

Brickcoes, Mrs.. 9, 10. 

Brickell, Miers, 203 ; Robert, 203 (2). 

Bricknell (Brocknell), Elizabeth, 120. 

Bridge, Samuel, 290. 

Bridger, Desborough, 134; Jane, 134; Samuel, 
134. 

Bridges (Brudges). Elizabeth. 78, 82, 126 ; 
Henry, 80 (4), 82, 88 (2), 113 ; Manring, 239 ; 
Richard, 67, 72 ; Samuel, 239 ; Thomas, 75. 

Bridghouse, John, 58. 

Bridgman, Charles, 214 ; John, 54. 

Bridson (Bridesou). Hercules, 229, 231 : Peter, 
231 ; Samuell, 229 ; — , 230. 

Briges, sec Briggs. 

Briggins. Elizabeth. 248 ; Jane, 238 ; Thomas, 
238, 248. 

Briggs (Briges, Brigges), Elinor, 238 ; Eliza- 
beth. ()9 ; George. 109 ; Janne, 240 : John, 
240 (2) : Mary, 240 ; Samuel, 238. 

Brigham, Esther, 149. 

Bright. Samuel. 149; Sarah, 149; William 
Howell, 149. 

Brignian, Dockter, 208. 

Jirignell. William. 34. 

Brimble (Brimbrell), Esther, 177 ; George, 198 ; 
Isaac, 178; Jane, 182; Mary. 195: Sarah, 
179. 

Brinckworth, Peter. 7 ; Simon, 7, 9 ; Widdow, 
11. 

Brindley, Abel Bowyer, 253 ; Eleanor, 253 ; 
Henry. 253. 

Brinknell, Rachael, 114 (2), 138 ; Richard, 114. 

Briou, William, 263. 

Bristow (Bresstow), Catherine, 258 ; Elizabeth, 
248, 250, 258, 262 ; Francis, 217 (2), 218 ; 
Isaac, 182 ; Isaac John, 185 ; John, 134, 177, 
180; Joseph, 179; Mychall, 217; Richard, 



248, 250, 258(2); Susannah, 134 (2); Tho- 
mas, 259 ; William, 153, 217, 248, 250 ; — , 218. 

Brittain (Britain, Britten), Eliza, 197 ; Ellen, 
195 ; Frederic, 192 ; James, 199 ; John, 102 ; 
Mrs., 202 ; Solomon, 198. 

Brittle. Thomas, 176 ; William, 177. 

Broad, Ann, 199 ; John, 17 (2). 

Broadgate, John, 17 (2). 

Broadhurst, John, 176; Ralph, 118. 

Broadwater (Brodewater), Annah, 52 ; Anne, 
9 ; Jane, 44 ; Thomas, 14 ; Widow, 45 ; Wil- 
liam, 9, 14 (3), 21, 36, 38, 42, 44, 52. 

Brock, Elizabeth, 106 ; Rachel, 106. 

Brocket, Ann, 187 ; Ann Phoebe, 185 ; John, 70 ; 
Richard, 174. 

Brockman, Mary Ann, 167, 

Brocknell, see Bricknell. 

Broderick (Brothericke), Hannah, 251 ; Wil- 
liam, 2. 

Brodie, Ann, 289 ; James, 291 ; John, 289 ; 
Maria, 287. 

Bromfield, Matthew, 119. 

Bromhall, Elizabeth, 161 ; John, 156 ; Thomas, 
160. 

Bromham, William, 234. 

Bromley (Brumley), Anne, 11 ; Cale, 114 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 11, 136; Frances, 8; Martha, 14; 
Richard, 136 ; Samuel, 136 ; Thomas, 8, 11 (2), 

14, 19 (2) ; Widdow, 19; William, 158. 
Broodeway, Margry, 50. 

Brooke, Hannah, 138; John, 40, 45; John 
Charles, 173. 

Brooks (Brookes), Dorothie, 35 ; Elizabeth, 257, 
273 ; Elkenna, 31 ; Fardinando, 27 (2), 31, 36, 
38, 39 ; Hester, 24 ; Joane, 7 ; John, 7, 24, 
257 ; Mary Ann, 188 ; Mathew, 38 ; Phillip, 
74 ; Pricilla, 176 ; Sarah, 139 ; Susanna, 176 ; 
— , 38, 39. 

Brooksbank, Abraham, 271. 

Brothericke, see Broderick. 

Brothers, Elizabeth, 272 ; Margaret, 267 ; Mary. 
135 ; William, 135. 

Broton, Edward, 40. 

Brown (Browen, Browne), Anne, 33, 57, 63, 97, 
115 (2), 117; Benjamin, 252, 253, 255; 
Charles. 168 ; Daniel, 56, 281 ; Edward, 9. 33 
(2), 117, 193, 199: Eleanor, 162; Elizabeth, 
24, 56. 76, 218, 221, 224,239 ; Ellin, 20 : Fran- 
ces, 252, 253; Francis, 177, 221 : Giles, 217, 
219: James, 229: .Jane, 245, 270; John, 25, 
58, 72, 117, 206, 207 (2), 221, 227 ; Margarett, 
24 ; Marthaw, 221 : Mary, 28, 75. S(>. 93, 156, 
217 ; Maudlin, 9 ; Mr., 44, 52 : Oliver, 4 (2), 
20. 24 (2), 59 : Phillip. 24, 25 ; Priscilla. 235 ; 
Richard, 59, 83, 219; Robert, 24, 33 (2). 34, 
115. 156 ; Samuell, 224, 227, 232, 252 ; Sarah, 

15, 20, 212, 268 ; Thomas, 8, 12. 14(2), 15. 38, 
56, 100; Vanruyven. 2.")3 ; Widow, 15, 211, 
212 (4), 214, 219 : William, 28. 41. 56. 57, 86, 
237 (2), 238, 245 (2) ; — , 8, 228, 229. 

Bruce, Catharin, 98. 

Bruerton, Richard, 65. 

Bruin, Ann, 170 ; William, 288. 

Bruker, Luke, 281. 

Brumtield (Brumfied, Brumfild), Mary, 240 ; 

William, 240. 
Brumley, see Bromley. 
Brunce, Anne, 43 ; John, 43, 45. 
Brunt, John, 36 ; Mary, 36. 
Bruous, John, 156 ; William, 154. 
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Bryan (Bryon), Ann, 131 ; Edmond, 224 (2) ; 
Isabella. 26."); Joseph, 179 ; Mary, 224, 277 ; 
Robert, 24.5 (2), 249, 261 ; Sarah, 249 ; Tho- 
mas, 244 ; William Gunstone, 24.5. 

Bryant. George, 86, 232 (3) ; Mary, 232 ; Ro- 
bert, 264. 

Bubb, Mary, 264. 

Buckby, Elizabeth, 243 ; Joseph, 240 ; Mary, 
240, 242 ; Porter, 241 ; Shadreck, 152 ; Walter, 
240(2), 241,242 (2), 243. 

Buckinshaw, see Birkinshaw. 

Buckland, Ann, 222 ; Edward, 132 ; Thomas, 222. 

Buckley, Richard, 227. 

Buckmaster, Mary, 290. 

Buckner, Barbara, 62. 

Budd, Mary, 237 ; Thomas, 86. 

Baffin (Baffen), Catherine, 171 ; Joseph, 274. 

Bugby, Atkinson, 106, 113, 115 ; Elizabeth, 135, 
137; Maria, 137; Martha, 115; Mary, 106, 
115, 150; Rosanna, 137 (2); Samuel, 106; 
Shadrach, 137 (2). 

Buggs, Mary, 70 ; Sarah, 70 (2). 

Bulinger, see Billioger. 

Bull, Jane, 183 ; Job, 185 ; John, 13 ; Martha, 
65 ; Mary, 65 ; Sarah, 181 ; Thomas, 47 ; 
Whitlock, 47; William, 171, 173; William 
Henrv, 170 ; — , 47. 

BuUard, Timothy Wood, 194. 

Bullock, Richard, 9. 

Buly, sec Bewley. 

Bundy (Bunday), Elizabeth, 69, 82 ; Mary, 115 ; 
Moses, 115; Sarah, 115. 

Bunnell, John, 3 ; Widow, 11. 

Bunns, — , 22. 

Bunny, Sarah, 134 ; Thomas, 134 (2) ; Widdow, 
26 ; William, 26. 

Burbidge (Burbage, Burbridge, Burbrige), Eli- 
zabeth, 56 ; Isaac, 127 ; Margarett, 11 ; Mary, 
132 ; Thomas, 11, 13 (2), 17 ; William, 17. 

Burch. Jemmy, 276 ; John. 25 ; Samuell, 22 ; 
-, 25 (2). 

Burchell, John, 150 ; Rachel, 150 ; Robert, 150, 
269. 

Burchmore, Martha Ann, 148. 

Burdekin, Hannah Ann, 281. 

Burden, Ann, 288 ; Martha, 192 ; Sarah, 179. 

Burder, Elizabeth Susannah, 1 93 ; James, 290 ; 
Thomas, 71. 

Burgess (Burdges, Burges, Burgles, Burgis), 
Ann, 188 ; Edward, 182 ; Hannah, 95 ; James, 
149; John, 2 ; Mary, 261 : Philip, 84 ; Sarah, 
76, 93 ; Thomas, 92 (2), 95 (2), 262 ; William, 2. 

Buriall, Edmond, 237 ; Mary, 237. 

Burket, see Birket. 

Burley, Doctor, 1 ; James, 214, 215, 216. 

Burnaby, Mary, 187. 

Burne. Henry, 48 ; John, 48. 

Burnet (Burnett), Ann, 288 ; Caroline, 290 ; 
James, 293 ; Jane Louisa, 290 ; Jennet Ann, 
287 ; Joseph, 198 : Sarah, 81. 

Burnham, Jane, 283, 284. 

Burr (Bur), John, 39, 53 ; Mary, 39. 
I Burrabaske, Jane, 43. 

Burrall (Burall), Elizabeth, 236 ; Thomas, 82. 

Burridge (Burrage, Burridg). Elizabeth, 115, 
116, 119, ]20 ; Frances, 115, 120 ; John, 155 ; 
Mary, 116 ; William, 115, 116, 119 (2), 120. 
Burros, Edward, 213. 
Burroughs (Bourries), Cisley, 56 ; Hannah, 256 ; 

James, 256 (2). 
Burrows, James, 133, 282. 



Burstone, Katherine, 7 ; Stephen, 7. 

Burt (Burte, Burtt), Andrew, 20, 23 (2) ; Joane, 
11 ; Mrs., 20 ; Sarah, 84 ; Thomas, 84. 

Burton, Elizabeth, 146, 158 ; George, 258 ; 
John, 87, 228 ; Martha, 146 ; Sarah, 148. 

Burtwhisell (Burtwisel), Ann, 92 ; Elizabeth, 
93 ; John, 92. 

Burward, Mr., 205, 206. 

Busby (Busbey), Anne, 96 ; Ann Elizabeth, 
272 ; Dorothy, 21 ; Edward, 20, 144 ; Henry, 
105; Hugh, 20, 21, 23; James, 102; Mar- 
garet, 89 ; Mary, 87, 105 ; Mary Ellerton, 
271 ; Thomas, 23 ; William. 87, 96, 102, 105. 

Bush. Alice. 10; George, 221, 225, 229; Rich- 
ard, 171 ; Robert, 221 ; Walter, 9, 10 (2), 13 : 
-,10. 

Bushop, see Bishop. 

Bustian, Frances, 5 ; Steven, 5, 21 ; Widdow, 
28, 29. 

Butcher, Mr., 95 ; William, 44. 

Butler, Ann. Ill, 176 ; Christopher, 148 ; Eliza- 
beth, 98, 247 ; Emma Mary, 197 ; Henry, 103, 
108, 111, 119 ; Jane, 103, 108, 111, 140 ; Joane, 
11 ; Joseph, 264 ; Maria, 141 ; Mr., 101 ; Re- 
becca, 175 ; Richard, 98 ; Susanna Sophia, 
108; Thomas, 6, 11, 109. 175; William, 103, 
104, 247. 

Butt, Hannah, 284 ; Robert, 286. 

Button, Ann, 132 ; Thomas, 80. 

Byard, Ann, 105 ; Elizabeth, 105 ; Joseph, 105. 

Bybie, Alecssander, 219 (2). 

Bye, James, 124. 

Byfeild, John, 59. 

Byllinge, see Billing. 

Bymon, John, 26 (2). 

Bynam (Bynum), Martha, 49 ; Nathaniel, 54 ; 
Thomas, 49, 60. 

Bynon, Elizabeth, 58. 

Byram, Dorcas, 229 ; William, 229. 

Byworth, Elizabeth, 164. 



Cade, William, 6 ; — , 6. 

Cadman, James, 8 ; Mary, 8. 

Cadwalleder (Cadwallider), Jaine, 78 ; John, 

72 ; Richard, 73. 
Cadywold, Sarah, 147. 
Calcott, John, 203. 

Calladine, Ann, 274 ; John, 274 ; Sophia, 275. 
Callope. Henry, 267. 

Calvert (Calvart), Ann, 161 ; William, 235. 
Calwoodley, Nicholas, 4. 
Calwyn, Cornelius, 132; James, 132; Sanah, 

132. 
Camm (Cam), Ann, 280 ; Joseph, 280 ; Martha 

Rebecca, 280 ; Sophia, 280. 
Campbell (Cambell), Edward, 25 ; Elizabeth 

Isabella, 268 ; Margaret, 25. 
Campion, Frances, 40 ; Francis, 56 ; Hannah, 

227 ; John, 76 (2) ; Katherine, 14 ; Machaill, 

227 ; Mr., 57, 58 ; Robert, 67 ; — , 40. 
Cane, Elizabeth, 48. 

Canes, James, 152 ; Mary. 152 ; Sarah, 152. 
Canfield, Elizabeth, 131 (2) ; John, 131. 
Canham, Ann, 180; Elizabeth, 181, 199; John, 

200 ; Robert, 182. 
Canler, Alee, 222. 
Cann, John, 41 (3). 
Cannall, Richard, 220. 



Index ^omintjm. 



^17 



Cannon (Canon), Elizabeth, 36 ; George, 283 ; 
Henry, 32 (3) ; Samuel, 287 ; Sarah, 175 ; — , 
32 (2). 

Cantrill (Cantril), Mr., 84 ; Richard, 240. 

Cantwell, Ambrose, 149, 151, 161 ; Ann, 149, 
151 ; Martha, 151 ; Thomas, 149. 

Canvey, Thomas, 209. 

Capell, James, 58 ; John, 54, 56. 

Caper, Barnabas. 240; Elizabeth, 240; Georg-e. 
240 (2). 

Carey (Gary), Ann. 189 ; Mary. 155 ; Mr.. 13 ; 
Thomas, 17. 

Carington, Widow, 38. 

Carkett, Minard, 168, 171. 

Carlton (Carellton, Carleton), Elizabeth, 7 ; 
George, 7; Goodwife, 52; John, 215; Mrs., 
215 ; Richard, 215 ; Shakerley, 215. 

Carmount, Martin, 147. 

Carnarvan, Earl of, 1 8. 

Carpenter (Carpender), Ann, 172 ; Edward, 
178 ; Elizabeth, 235 ; Henry, 168, 174 ; Wil- 
liam, 160. 

Carrick, Thomas, 162. 

Carter (Cartar), Alee, 222; Ann, 81, 84, 135; 
Arthur, 82; Bridget. 41 ; Elizabeth, 37, 175, 
249, 250. 252 ; Goodman. 50 ; James. 135 : 
Jane, 159 ; John, 43, 122 (2), 245, 250, 281 ; 
Joseph, 118 ; Judith, 59 ; Lucke, 51 ; Maria. 
139 ; Marke, 42, 43, 48 (2). 51 ; Mary, 122, 
129,130.135,249,258; Rebecca, 34 : Richard, 
252, 278 ; Richard George, 290 ; Robert. 37 
(2), .50, 79 (2), 81, 82 (2), 84, 111, 188, 252; 
Sarah, 42 ; Susanna, 135 ; Thomas, 37 ; Wil- 
liam, 34. 82, 135, 249, 250, 251 : Xtopher. 132 ; 
— , 50. 

Cartis, Lettice, 26 : Mumford, 26. 

Cartwright, Charles, 151; John, 51, 217, 222, 
223, 229; Katherin. 223. 229; Margeritt, 
222; Thomas, 124; William, 51, 54, 57; — , 
217. 

Carver, Francis. 29 : Susannah, 31 : Widdow. 
29 ; William, 29. 

Carvin, John, 44. 

Carvo, Mary, 179. 

Gary, see Carey. 

Case, Anne, 135 ; Francis, 27 ; Thomas, 27. 

Cash, Jane, 255, 257, 259 (2) ; Martha, 257 ; 
Stevens. 255 ; William, 255, 257, 259. 

Cass, James, 245 ; William, 245, 261. 

Cassey. John, 162. 

Castle, Elizabeth. 254 ; Mr., 20 ; Widdow. 18. 

Castledine (Caseldine). Sarah. 190 ; Thomas, 
184. 

Castleman (Castlemain), Ann, 148 ; William, 
153. 

Caswell, William, 253. 

Catch, see Ketch. 

Cater. Elizabeth Ann, 270 ; Susanna, 95 ; Tho- 
mas, 274. 

Catherall, David, 185. 

Cathrow. Briand Bigland. 179. 

Catliff (Gattlefe), John, 123 (2) ; Sarah, 123. 

Catling (Catlin, Catline, Catlyne, Cattling), 
John, 74, 78 ; Mary, 70, 235 ; Richard. 75 ; 
AVilliam, 72. 

Cattern, Elizabeth, 195 ; Francis, 197. 

Catton. John. 64. 

Catts, Esther, 234. 

Cawthorn (Cawthern), Elizabeth, 140 ; Jona- 
than, 82 (2) ; Nathaniel, 82. 

Cayre, John, 39 ; — , 39. 



Ceane, William, 262. 

Cellers, Anne, 17 ; Charles, 17. 

Chadsey, John, 177. 

Chadwell, Jane, 67. 

Chalke, Mary, 57. 

Chall. Mary, 166. 

Challehan, James, 259 ; Jane, 259 : Robert, 
2.59. 

Challenor (Challeuer), Robert, 65 ; — , 227. 

Challingwood (Chalingwood, Challinwood), 
Millicent, 96 ; Peter, 96, 111. 

Chamberlain (L'hamberlaine, Chamberlayne), 
Jane, 16 ; Martha, 161, 164 : Marv, 16 ; Tho- 
mas, 140, 154 ; William, 15, 162, 196. 

Chambers, John, 85 ; Jlartha, 78 ; Richard, 
85. 

Champe, James, 57 ; Sarah, 57. 

Champione. Annes, 205. 

Chandler (Chaundler), John, 210, 212, 213; 
Margaret, 34 ; Mary, 212 ; — , 28. 

Channe, George, 216 (2). 

Chapman, Anne, 43, 70, 71 ; Dr., 141 ; Eliza- 
beth. 168 ; Hannah. 175 ; Jacob, 279 ; John, 
209; Joseph, 144; Mary, 280; Robert, 145; 
Samuell, 43 ; Sarah. 276 ; Thomas, 14(), 174. 

Chappoll (Chapel, Chapell, Chapule), Alice. 
213; Henry, 98, 123; John, 98; Martha^ 
123; Mary. 226; Peter, 205. 210, 213 (2), 
214 (2). 215 ; Richard, 231 ; — . 214. 

Chard, Elizabeth, 18 ; Nicholas, 12, 13, 18. 

Charlewood, Geo., 235. 

Charlon, Rosanna. 161. 

Charlton, Alexander, 57 ; Nicholas, 94. 

Charnock (Charnoke), Abigail, 208. 224 ; Mary, 
206 ; Mr., 204. 212, 216 ; Robert, 202 (2), 2()3, 
204, 206, 208 (2). 209, 216 ; — , 216. 

Chart (Charte, Chartt), Nicholas, 20, 28 (2), 36, 
38, 47, 61 ; Robart, 36 ; Sara, 28 ; — , 28, 38, 
47. 

Chatfield, Anne, 235. 

Chatwin (Chatwine), James, 253 : William, 
114. 

Chaundler, see Chandler. 

Cheeak, Edward, 42. 

Cheltenham, Ann, 56 ; John. 247. 

Cheney, Ann, 145 : William, 154. 

Chenvye, George, 216 (4). 

Chereton, Mathew. 61. 

Cherry, George. 192. 

Chesam, William, 157. 

Chester, Edward, 6. 

Chesterman. Elizabeth, 161. 

Chesterment, John, 160; Sarah, 160. 

Chetwen, sec Chitwin. 

Chevleye (Chevllye), Michell, 216 : — , 216 (2). 

Chick. Ann. 149. 152. 266 (2); Charles. 149, 
152,153: Elizabeth, 149. 152. 153; Isabella, 
265 ; Sarah. 2()6 (3) ; Thomas. 153 ; Thos. 
Hurll, 266 ; William, 160, 264, 266 (3) ; Wil- 
liam King, 26!>. 

Child, Elizabeth, 49 ; Francis, 21 ; John, 74 ; 
Sarah, 76 ; Zachary, 76 ; — , 49. 

Childs, Jane. 291. 

Chiltom. liichard, 222 ; Sarah, 222. 

Chipping (Chippen), Hannah, 171 ; Thomas, 
170. 178 ; William. 170. 

Chisell, William, 44. 

Chitty. Abraham. 71. 

Chitwell (Chittwell), Ann, 119 ; Elizabeth, 101 ; 
Isabella, 83 ; John, 111, 125 ; Mary, 130 ; 
Ralph, 101, 127. 



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Chitwin (Chettwene, Chetwen, Chitwen, Chit- 
wyn), An, 217 : Elizabeth, 217, 224 ; Richard, 
214, 215. 217 (4), 218 (2). 224, 227 ; Thomas, 
217; Walter, 214, 215. 

Chorley, John, 199. 

Chreswell. .srr Creswell. 

Chrisfield (Christfield), -tec Crisfield. 

Christian. Ann, 81. 229: Charles, 93; Mary. 
271 ; Kobert, 81 ; Thomas, 229. 

Christopher, Stephen, 202. 

Chrofud, Elizabeth, 236. 

Chumley (Chumly). Joane. (56 ; Robert, 61. 

Church, Ann. 114. 120. 140,172,247(2); Ann 
Elizabeth. 170; Georo-e, 171; Hans, 155; 
Jane, 155; John. 114(2). 120. 132, 140, 150, 
170, 227, 247 (2) ; Mary, 174 ; Nicholas, 230 ; 
Samuel. 120 ; Sarah, 60. 150, 158 ; Sarah 
Ann. 147 : William George. 169. 

Ciffitt, see Kiffitt. 

Gilchrist, John, 136 ; Rose. 136. 

Cillitt, John. 223. 

Cinsley, Edward, 145. 

Cirke. .we Kirk. 

Clack, Jane, 113(2); John, 113(3); Sarah, 113. 

Clanfield. Mary, 272 ; Robert. 273 ; William, 
272. 

Clapshawe, John, 3. 

Claridge (Clarice), Elizabeth, 131 ; Isaac, 131 ; 
Prudence. 131. 

Clarke (Clarck, Clark, Clerk, Gierke), Alee, 
222: Ann. 27, 69. 70, 73, 116. 163, 175. 225, 
234 ; Capt., 234 ; Charles, 288 ; Dr., 5, 43 ; 
Edward, 98 ; Elinor. 87 ; Elizabeth, 58. 97, 
132, 134 (2), 148, 230, 257, 266; Elizabeth 
Ann. 159 ; Ellin, 224 : Frances, 43 ; Francis. 
76, 77 (2) ; Geoi-ge, 46, .50 (2). 51, 59, 1U8, 149, 
245; Grace, 110; Hannah. 127; Henrietta, 
161 ; Henry. 79, 82 (2). 83, 101 (2), 123. 257 : 
Hugh. 79; James, 11, 97, 104 (2), 132, 227, 
260 (2) : Jane. 61 ; Jeremiah. 161 ; Joannah, 
194 ; John. 17. 33. 38. 54. 61. 64, 87, 132. 134, 
137. 149. 168. 189. 224. 225, 226. 227. 228, 
229 (4). 230 (2), 237. 238, 288 : Joseph, 38, 
82 (2). 63. 67. 69, 71, 72, 74, 75. 76, 77. 97. 98, 
100, 104(4). 108, 110, 112, 172, 245, 267 ; Judith, 
260, 268 ; Maria, 177 ; Marie, 30 ; Mary. 18, 
29, 48, 54 (2), 79. 83. 97. 100, 104 (.5), 108. 
110. 112 (2), 119. 1.50. 166, 222 : Mr.. 64. 211. 
214 (2), 222; Mrs., 105; I'eter, 107; Ke- 
becca. 148. 190. 260; Richard, 06; Kobert, 
10, 18. 21. 30, 46, 215. 218. 222 (2). 224 (2). 
225, 227 ; Samuel, 229. 260, 265 ; Sarah. 8S ; 
Sarah Charlotte, 178 ; Sophia Elizabeth, 173 ; 
Susanna. 51 (2). 63. 211 ; Thomas. 69, 75, 82. 
98. 148, 108, 172, 180. 183. 201. 202; Valen- 
tine. 20, 43. 54 ; W., 284 ; William. 27, 29, 
45. 49. 83 (2), 88, 104, 102. 164, 160, 230, 231 : 
Winifrett, 225: — , 45, 46 (2), 212 (2), 215, 
218, 228. 

Clatin. Daniel, 263. 

Clay, .Margaret, 163 ; William, 267. 

Clayton (Claton), Margarett, 272 ; Mary, 92, 
200 ; .Moses, 92 ; Sarah, 154 ; William. 
271. 

Cleeter, Robert, 1 1 9. 

Cleller, Elizabeth, 264. 

Clemena (Clemmans), .Mary, 85 ; Mr., 51 ; Mrs., 
51. 

Clement, Christian, 65 ; John. 63, 64 ; Kathe- 
rine, 69; Richard, 72; Thomas, 64, 65, 
72 (2). 



49 ; James, 71, 
Richard. 46 (2), 
William, 15 ; — , 48. 

161 ; Thomas, 44 ; 



William 



Clenner, William, 264. 
Cleveland, Robert, 67. 
Clewer, Edward, 12. 
Cleyton, Christopher, 230. 
Cliffe, Richard. 57. 
Clifford (Cliffard), Elizabeth, 

235 (3). 236 (2); Jane, 161 ; 

48 ; Widow. 19, 24 
Clift, Matha, 87. 
Clifton, Ann, 155 ; Simeon 

— , 44. 
Clinter. Ann, 177. 
Clipson, Elizabeth, 138. 
Cloke, Susannah. 47. 
Clooks. Elizabeth, 50 ; George. 50. 
Clottworthy, William, 46 ; — , 46. 
Clowdey (Cloudy), Catherine. 232 ; Christopher, 

232, 234 ; Mary, 232. 
Clynt, Joyce, 58. 
Coachet, Mr., 208, 210. 
Coare, Rosoman, 173. 
Coars, Alice, 234. 
Coates (Coats), Charlotte, 286 ; George, 168 ; 

Leonard, 17. 24 ; Mary Ann. 178, 290 ; Sarah, 

175 ; Thomas, 24 ; — , 143. 
Cobb (Cobbe), Elizabeth, 90, 92. 95 : Mary, 124 ; 

Philip. 90, 92, 95, 124, 129; Winifred, 124, 

137. 
Cobham, Susanna, 142. 
Cobson. Susanna. 36 : Xpofer. 36. 
Cock, Dorritte, 220 ; Samuel, 104. 
Cockarey, John, 14 ; William, 14. 
Cockcroft, John, 253 ; Mary, 253 

Henry, 253. 
Cockhead, Sarah, 292 ; Thomas, 189. 
Cockran, Peter, 268. 
Cockrill (Cockerell), John, 20 (2), 30: Oliver. 

30. 
Cocks, Robert, 225. 
Cocksell, Samuel, 247. 
Cocksey, Alice, 29. 
Cockyne (Cokene), Thomas, SO. 
Coelman. ace Coleman. 
Coelpitt, ue Colepitt. 
Coepman, -see Copeman. 
Coffman. John. 55. 
Coffsonn. Thomas. 50. 
Cogill, Jonathan, 240. 
Coker, Mary, 108. 
Cole, Ann. 277 ; Christian, i 

Elizabeth, 146 : Francis, 

255 ; James, 25, 29, 34 ; Joane, 37 : John, 25 

29, 34,-37: Joseph, 282; Mary, 37, 75. 177, 

193, 283 : Mr.. 37 ; Thomas, 4 ; William, 4. 7, 

8, 121, 229. 
Coleman (Coelman. Colman), Giles, 37, 215 ; 

John, 45 (2); Mary, 147 (2); Sara, 216; 

Thomas, 143, 145. 
Colepitt (Coelpitt), Edward, 42, 43 ; Elizabeth, 

61 ; Katheran, 42. 
Coles. Abiell, 71 ; James, 156 ; Jane, 136, 154, 

258: .Michael, 136, 159, 258 (2); Michael 

Angelo, 181; Richard, 136; William, 187. 
Colibone (Collibone). see CoUorbon. 
Collett, Robert, 29, 4 7. 
Collier (Colier). Arthur. 161 ; Dr.. 146 ; Jane, 

146 ; John. 83 ; Mary, S3 ; Sarah, 237 ; Wil- 
liam, 119. 
CoUingwood, Thomas. 192. 
Collins (CoUines), Anne, 12, 241, 269; Eliza- 
beth, 279 ; John, 145, 241, 278 ; Jonathan, 



Christopher, 45 ; 
291 ; George, 67, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



319 



178 ; Martha, 158 ; Mary, 35, 144, U5 ; 
Mathew, 9; Nicholas, 12, 27 (2); Sarah. 
281; Thomas, U; Widdow. 27 (2); — , 8. 
9 C-0, 27 (2). 

Collorbon (Colibhie, Collerbone, Collibone). 
Amelia, 185; James. 182; Mary, ISti ; 
S(fphia, 183 ; William, 182. 

Collsbei'y, Thomas, 136. 

CoUthrop (Colthropp). Henry, 217 ; Mary, (J. 

Colly (Oollye;, Ann, 221 ; Mr., 221 ; Theodoiass. 
221 (2) ; William, 4. 

Colquitt (Colquit), Miilicent, 47; Mr., 48; 
Susanna, 47 ; — , 48. 

Colwell (Colwill), Betty, 177; Mary, 178. 181. 
189; Sarah, 189; William, 183. 

Colyber, Elizabeth, 137 ; Thomas, 137 (2). 

Colyer, .Judah, 48. 

Comber, Henry, 1U3, 104 ; Mary. 103 ; Rebecca. 
129. 

Combmaker, — , 51. 

Comes. John, 204. 

Comins (Comines. Commins, Coomings). .Alice, 
7 ; Elinor, 8 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; Thomas, 7, 8 (4), 
11, 46; Widow, 18, 52. 

Compaine (Compane), Widdo, 3 ; Zacharia. 
239. 

Complin, Francis, 70. 

Compton, Marg-aret, 250 ; William, 250 (2). 

Confrey, John. 15. 

Cong-raue, George, 1 ; John, 1. 

Conincq, Martha, 79. 

Conkshead, -see Coxhed. 

Conney (Coney), John, 234 ; Thomas, 234 ; 
William, 137. 

'Conquest, Elizabeth, 161, 162 ; Thomas, 161. 

Conrad, Eliza, 175. 

Consett, Mary, 277. 

Constable. Breget, 93 ; Elizabeth, 90. 95, 277 ; 
Georgre, 275 ; Robert, 95, 122. 

Conway (Conowaye, Conwaye), Elizabeth, 8. 
33; Henry, 19; Humfrey, 1 ; John, 1, 5, G, 
30 ; Robert, 6 ; Thomas, 3 ; Widdow. 36. 

Cook (Cooke). Abednego, 16 ; Ann, 15, 1 21 , 131 (2), 
247, 249, 251, 252 (2), 258, 266 ; Anthony. 82 ; 
Charles, 90 ; Cleuient. 266 ; Edward, 84, 86 (2), 
94, 99 ; Elias, 265 ; Elizabeth, 121, 134, 248, 251 , 
266 ; Ester, 224 ; Frances, 32 ; Hannah, 156 ; 
Henry, 247, 249, 255, 266 : Jane, 245 ; Joanna. 
157 ; John, 20, 131, 134. 138, 281 ; Laurence^ 
128 ; Mary, 84, 97, 134. 261, 262. 283 ; Mat- 
thew, 15, 16 (3), 24 (2), 32 (4). 289 ; Meshach, 
16; Peter, 156, 265. 266: Robert, 95. 131 ; 
Sarah, 208, 265. 266; Shadrach, 16: Suzan, 
231 : Thomas, 32, 95, 97, 99 (2), 100 (2), 101, 
102 (2), 103, 104 (2), 105. 106 (2), 107, 108, 
109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119, 120, 
121, 126. 127, 223, 224. 246, 247 (2), 248 (2), 
249 (2). 250, 251. 252, 253, 254, 255, 272, 278 ; 
William, 20, 94,' 97, 208. 209. 223. 243, 245. 
247, 248, 249, 251, 252 (.5), 265 ; — , 19, 209, 
217(2). 

Cool, Widow, 221. 

Coonen, James, 291. 

Cooper, Abiah, 266, 267 ; Alice. 252, 253 ; Ann, 
26<) (3) ; Eddy, 213 ; Edward. 62, 104 (2), 
107 ; Elizabeth, 69, 252, 253, 255 ; Godfrey, 
89 ; James, 85, 127, 213 ; John, 70, 203, 251 ; 
John Rome, 163; Mary. 104, 107, 186, 251, 
252, 253, 255 ; Peter, 30 ; Richard, 266 (2) ; 
Robert, 114, 251; William, 1, 150, 252, 253, 
355. 



Cooperson, Susannah, 173. 

Cooty, Thomas, (;6. 

Cope. John, 4 ; Millisent, 4. 

Copeman (Coepman). John, 48, 50 (2) : — 
48. 

Copper, James, 218. 

Copping, James, 17 ; Katherine. 17. 

Corbett, Elizabeth, 106 (2) ; Henry, lOG ; Tho- 
mas, 58. 

Corderoy (Cordary, Corderey, Cordery, Cor- 
dory), Frances, 122, 135; Grace, 108; Han- 
nah, 94; John, 84, 122; Joseph, 108; 
Martha. 88 : Mary, 108 ; Roger, 84, 8(5. 88, 
97 (2), 122, 127 ; 8arah. 86; — . 101. 

Cordwell, Elizabeth. 117, 145. 

Core, John, 149 ; Joseph, 149 ; Sarah, 149. 

Corexson. Alis, 23(). 

Corick, John. 209 (2) ; Mary, 209. 

Cornelius, Elizabeth, 140. 

Corney (Cornie). Anne, 215 ; Grace, 71 : Obedia, 
9 : "Ralph, 25 ; Kichard, 215 (2), 223, 227 ; 
Sarath, 223 ; 'i'homas, 25. 

Cornish, Edward, 109 ; Frances, 8 ; Mr., 8 ; 
Mrs., 213. 

Cornwall (Corn well), Charles, 116; William, 
116. 

Cory, Elizabeth. 98 ; Thomas, 98. 

Cost (Coste), John, 223; Robert, 223. 226; — , 
226. 

Coster (Costarr, Costor), Abraham, 136; Bar- 
bara, 119 ; Charles, 118 ; Elizabeth, 126, 163 ; 
Francis, 112 (2). 118, 119. 126, 136. 156; 
Jane. 183; Martha. 151; Mary. 118^ 136; 
Sophia, 181; Susanna, 112. 118, 119, 126, 
130. 

Costerdine, Elizabeth, 28 ; Robert, 28 ; Thomas, 
30 ; — , 30. 

Cottee, Ellis, 252 ; John, 252 ; Rebecca, 252. 

Cottell, .sec Cottle. 

Cottin. Sarath, 222 ; Thomas, 222. 

Cottingham, Charles, 283; Elizabeth, 281; 
Henry, 282 ; Joseph, 278 ; Joseph Orlibar, 
289. 

Cottle (Cottell), Alice, 89 ; Elizabeth, 62 ; 
Joane, 65 ; ilarke. 62, 73 ; Robert, 63. 

Cotton, Edward. 195 ; Frances. 48 ; Mary, 25 ; 
Richard, 25 ; Robert, 282 : Sarah. 282 ; Wil- 
liam, 54, 194. 

Cottrell (Cotterell), Anne, 9 ; Mr., 51 ; Patience, 
162 ; Robert, 155 ; Stephen, 133. 

Couchman, Catherine, 247 ; Thomas, 247 (2). 

Cough, Goodman, 204 ; John Dorghe, 204. 

Couldham (Coldham), Johanna, 119; Robert, 
119. 

Count, Elizabeth, 170 ; James, 173 ; Mary. 170 ; 
William, 167. 

Countley, Henry, 285. 

Coursey (Coursay, Coursee, Coursse), Ann, 104 ; 
Edward, 98 : Elizabeth, 103 ; Mary, 103 (2), 
104, 122, 124 ; Robert, 98, 100. 103, 104, 124 ; 
William, 100. 

Court, Benjamin, 253 ; Mary, 253 ; William, 253. 

Courter (Courtier), Joseph, 164; Mary, 163; 
Susanna. 1()8 ; William, 170. 

Courtne, Katherine, 51, 

Cousins, Amey, 151; Grace, 154; Henry 
Richard. 292. 

Couthrone, Mrs., 142. 

Couzens, Benjamin, 251 ; Hannah, 251 ; Ruth, 
251. 

Cove, see Love. 



320 REGISTEES OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARE. 



Coventry, Henry, 170 ; James, 170 ; John 
James, 172 ; Joseph, 173, 174 ; Richard, IGl. 
170: William, Id:! 

Coveiiey. Richard. 8. 

Covington. John. 1G9. 

Coward. George, 1!)2 ; Hannah. 282 ; John, 82 ; 
Joseph, 200 ; Mary, 82 ; Mary Ann, 282 ; 
Rachel, 185. 

Cowett, -Mary, 71. 

Cowgill, Ann, 249. 

Cowin, John, 8:5 (2), 91 ; Joseph, 87. 

Cowlaud. Klizaheth, IG:^. 

Cox. Catherine, 112; Charles. 133(2): Eliza- 
beth. 124. 142; George, 288; James, 143: 
John, .o (2), 12 (2). 84. 103 ; John Phillips. 
142; Letitia. 133; Marj', 84; Mary Ann. 
278; Mr.. 12; Richard, 12: Robert, 108. 
112 ; Sarah. 108 (2), 112 : Sophia. 17G ; Tho- 
mas, 240 : Widdovv, 16 ; William, 2, 288. 

Coxhed (Conkshead. Coxed), Elizabiech. 218; 
Ollyver, 216 (2). 217, 218, 219 ; Sarah, 217. 

Cozer. Hercules. 223 : John. 223. 

Crabbe (Crab, Crabb). Anne, 2.57 (2) ; Charles. 
2.0.5 ; Elizabeth. 2.55. 257, 261 ; John, 255. 
257. 

Crabtree, Jeremiah, 243 (3) ; Martha. 243. 

Craft (.'). Ann. 254. 

Crafts, Elizabeth, 144. 

Crage, James, 11. 

Craggs. Catherine, 263 ; Elizabeth, 263. 

Cramer (Cromer, Crummer). Barbara, 149 (2), 
151 (2); Frederick. 149 ;' Michael, 149 (2), 
151, 154 ; Susanna, 149. 

Crane (Craine. Cravne), Elizabeth, 64 ; Isabell, 
37 : Mary, 77 : Peter. 243 ; William, 42 ; — , 37. 

Cranigde. Dorothie, 228. 

Cranley, William, 101. 

Craston, Mrs., 39. 

Crawell, Mary, 235. 

Crawley (Craley. Crawly). Ambrose, 287 
Charles, 284 ; John. 252. ' 253 (5), 254 (2) 
Margaret. 101 (2); Mary. 142, 253 (4). 254 
Nathaniel, 280 (2) ; Richard, 101 ; Sarah 
254. 

Crawshaw. John, 158 ; Richard, 161. 

Cray (Craye), Richard, 31, 40, 42 ; — , 40, 42. 

Crayford. Jeremiah, 64. 

Craj'ne, xee Crane. 

Cressar (Cresser), George, 243 ; Steven, 243. 

Cresswell (Chreswell, Creswell, Criswell), 
George, 257 ; Margaret, 234 ; Mrs., 49 ; Rich- 
ard Henry, 187. 

Crew, George, 177. 

Crick, Maria, 287 ; Mary Ann, 286 ; Thomas. 
284. 

Crisfield (Chrisfield. Christfield. Cristfield). 
Ann, 192 ; Charlotte, 166 ; Daniel, 199 ; 
Diana. 197 ; Jane, 168; John, 190; Thomas, 
167: Walter, 183. 

Crisp, Hannah, 292. 

Crispin, Elizabeth, 132; John, 132. 

Cristlor. Elizabeth, 142. 

Criswell, sec Cresswell. 

Crittinton. Mary. 96. 

Crocker, Eleanor, 108 ; Thomas, 108, 110. 

Crockett, Ann, 81 ; John, 65. 70 : Mary, 70. 

Crockford, John, 42, 48, 50 ; — . 42, 48, 50. 

Croft (.' Craft), Ann, 254. 

Crofton, Mary, 65. 

Croker, John, 224 (2), 225 ; Katherine, 83 ; 
Richard, 225 ; Thomas, 83. 



Crollage (Crolledg), Atoway, 77. 

Cromer, -sw Cramer. 

Cromp. 8CC Crump. 

Crompton. James. 161. 

Crooke, John, 194. 243; Judith, 236; Mr., 9 ; 

Mrs., 10, 11 : «ara. 10; Walter, 10; Widdow, 

10. 
Croome (Croom), Ann, 39. 69. 70, 73. 77 ; Eliza- 
beth, 36, 69 ; George, 64, 77, 78 ; Martha, 72 ; 

Mary. 73 : Richard. 35 ; Sarah, 40 ; Thomas, 

35, 36, 39, 40, 54. 
Crosapenny, Joane, 13. 
Crosby (Crosbe). Joseph, 143, 146. 
Cross (Croos.«e, Crose, Crosse), Edward, 176 ; 

Edward Samuel, 193: Elizabeth, 36, 156; 

Hannah, 197; Jeremiah, 186 ; Margaret, 198 ; 

Martha. 154 ; Rebecca, 168 ; Richard, 71 ; 

Thomas, 155. 
Crossly (Crosley). Joanna, 259; John, 117; 

William. 259 (2). 
Grossman, Sarah, 135 ; Thomas, 155. 
Crouch, Ann. 82. 

Crowder. Charles, 167 ; Katherine, 3 ; Thomas, 7. 
Crowley. Elizabeth, 15 ; John, 20, 23 ; Robert, 

15, 18, 20, 23 ; Samuell, 18. 
Crowson, John, 185. 
Croxson, Noble. 214. 
Cruchington, Mr., 13. 
Crummer, see Cramer. 
Crump (Cromp, Crumpe, Crumpt), EUinor, 84 ; 

Jane, 133; ,lohn, 107; Katherine, 235; 

Laurence, 107 (2) ; Nathanel, 84. 
Crumpton. John, 54. 

Crundie, Francis. 235. ^ 

Cruse. Elizabeth, 170. 

Crutchfield (Cruchfield), Mary, 111, 143: Sa- 
muel, 111. 
Cuddon, John, 54. 
Cuff, Isaac, 268. 
Culcow (Culcoe, Culkoe), Clement, 5 ; Jane, 18 ; 

Jone. 5 ; Marke, 14 ; Miles, 4, 5, 14. 15, 18 ; 

William, 4. 
Culcup, Miles, 20. 22. 23 ; Widow, 23 ; William, 

21 ; — , 20. 
Cuilingworth, Jane JIary, 292 : Richard, 292. 
Cullum, Alfred, 290 : Frances, 289. 
Culverwell, George, 253 ; James, 281. 
Cumber, George, 72 ; Henry, 75 ; Jone, 77 ; 

Richard. 73. 
Cunningham, Catherine. 165. 
Curchmore, Rebecca, 143. 
Currell, Ann, 159; Charles, 174; William, 

160. 
Currie, Joseph, 167. 
Curtis (Curtess, Curtise. Curtiss), Elizabeth, 

130, 234; George, 34: John. 19, 130, 144; 

Katherin,34 : Margaret, 130 ; Mary, 134, 1.58, 

238: Mountford, 21, 23, 28; Nathan, 23; 

William, 238 ; William Henry, 179. 
Curwen, Elizabeth. 255 ; Seager, 255 (2). 
Cuthbert, Mary, 179. 
Cutler, Ann, 183. 
Cutter (Cuter), Anerilla, 111 ; Catherina, 122 ; 

Catherina Anna. Ill, 116, 127 (2); Elizabeth, 

103. 131 ; John. 103 ; Katherine, 144 : Mark, 

122 ; Richard, 92 (2), 100 (3), 103, 132. 143; 

Thomas. 124, 288 ; William, 100, 111, 116(2), 

122, 127, 138, 150, 152. 
Cuttins, Mary, 5. 
Cutton, Joseph, 47. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



32 L 



D 



Dade, Anne, 257. 

Daffoni (DafRn), Sarah, 2.")."). 

Dagnell, Isaac, 7;i 

Dainly, John, 59. 

Dair, Mary, 156. 

Dakers, Lucy, 78. 

Dale (Deale). Caroline, 178 ; Prudence, 108(8) ; 
Prudence Row, 108: Robert, 108 (8), 1 ](J ; 
Thomas Hall. 108 ; Thomas Weston, 108. 

Dallemor (Dalleraore), Elizabeth, S5. 

Dallison, John. 45. 

Dally, Sarah, 234. 

Dalsey, Daniel, 59. 

Dalton, J., 108 (2), 275. 

Damary (Damare), William, 115. 

Danby, Roger, 9. 

Dancer. William, 288 ; Mr., 8. 

Dandey (Dande). John. 45 ; Phillip, 28 ; Tho- 
mas, 15 ; William, 255. 

Daniell (Daniel), Catherine, 249; David, 271; 
Diana, 249 ; Goodwife, 21 ; John, 249 ; Mary, 
139 : Mr., 9 ; Richard, 8 ; — , 20. 

Danvers. John, (>5. 

Darby, Dorothy, 252 ; Elizabeth, 257(2) ; Jane, 
129 (2), 257 (4) ; John, (J ; Joseph, 129, 257 
(3) ; Mrs., 7. 

Darkin, Tobyas, 49. 

Darlinp:, Elizabeth, ]()7. 

Darnell, Alice. 225 ; William, 225, 228 ; — , 228. 

Darrickson, William, 257. 

Darvey, Jone, 10. 

Dashwood, Mary, 7fi ; Thomas, 7G. 

Dasson. Cutberd. 219 ; Rebecka, 219. 

Datford, Frances, 81. 

Dauiicey, Sarah, 182. 

Dauren, Richard, 84. 

Davenport (Davinport). Ann, 227 ; William, 
227, 290. 

Davesnett, Elizabeth, 17 ; William, 17. 

Davey (Davie, Davy). James, 165 ; John, 35 ; 
Mary Ann. 200 ; William. 198. 

David. Thomas, 202 (2), 208 ; Widdow, 6. 

Davidge (Davige). John, 124. 

Davidson, David. 121. 

Davies. Andrew, G2 ; David, 96: Edward, 1, 
244;' Elizabeth. 144, 181; Evan, 20, 22 
Gamer, 2 ; James, 244 ; John, 235 (3), 274 
Katrin, 212; Margaret, 96; Maria, 282 
Owen. 22 ; Sarah, 71 ; William, 145. 212, 213 
214. 

Davies alias Seddon, Bennoni, 69. 

Davis (Davice), Alice, 8 ; Ann, 77 ; Anna, 51 ; 
Charles. 248; Charlotte. 273; Daniel. 99. 194. 
255 ; Edward, 6. 7, 8. 10, 31, 34. 222. 223, 238, 
239 (2). 240. 242 (3). 243, 253. 263 ; Eleanor, 
105 (2) ; Elizabeth, 1.42. 47, (iO, 62,79, 130, 140, 
149 (4), 205, 235, 251 (2) ; Ellis. 254 ; Evan. 
17. 19; Foelix, 138; Frances, 74, 238. 289; 
George, 103, 127,169; Grace,22S (2) ; Hanah, 
82 ; Henrietta, 160 : Henry, 59 : Humphrey, 
149 (8), 151 ; lllibg. 126, 256 ; Isabella, 112 ; 
Ja., 71 ; James, 9, 145, 18U; Jane, 20, 103; 
Joanah, 75 ; John, 5, 6, 34, 39, 40, 47, 49, 50, 
51 (2), 66.75, 77 (3), 151, 205 (2), 206, 240 ; 
John Scatchard, 189; Joseph, 77, 78 (2); 
Josins, 44 (2), 50: Joyce, 105; Lydia, 99; 
Margaret, 194 ; Marian, K ; Mary, 84. 77, 103, 
127,' 151, 239. 242. 278, 275; Morgan, 25; 
Morrice, 105 (2) ; Owin, 20 ; Rachell, 241 : 
TOL. IV, 



Richard, 9, 142, 228 (8), 241 ; Robert, 89 ; 
Roger. 251 ; Rose, 207 ; Samuel, 112 ; Sarah, 
151. 163, 223. 243 : Thomas, 7, 68, 74, 77. 153, 
205. 206 : Sir Thomas. 68 (2), 234 ; William, 
81 (2), 82, 112, 125, 149, 190 : — . 40. 50. 

Dawes, Elizabeth, 97 ; James, 97 ; Widdow, 15. 

Dawgood, Mary, (^9. 

Dawson, Cuttbert, 220; Elizabeth, 18; Ellin, 
49 ; Hanuiball, 55, (i2 ; Jane, 55, 98 ; Joane, 
60; John. 220; Mr., 10, 45; Mrs., 10; 
Ratchell. 34; Robert, 91, 243; William, 18, 
20, 24 (2), 34. 45 (2), 214. 

Day, Charlotte, 180 ; Elizabeth, 266, 267, 271 ; 
Esther, 266, 267; .John, 2<;7 ; Joyse, 236; 
Mary, 64 ; Richard, 183 ; Samuel, 266. 267 
(2), 273; Susannah, 144. 

Deacon, Arthur, 65 ; John, 68, 85, 237 ; Mar- 
garet, 235 ; Thomas, 287, 256 ; William, ()7. 

Deadman, Martha, 91 (2) ; Thomas, 91. 

Deaf man (Defman), John, 79. 

Deake, George, 22 ; William, 12, 13, 17, 22 (2). 

Deakins (Deakings), Ann. 25 ; John, 24. 26, 

28 (2), 32, 39, 41, 46; Needham, 21. 24, 25, 

29 ; Rewth, 87 ; Thomas, 37, 300 ; — .' 41. 
Dealkes, Patience, 24 ; William, 24. 
Deamont, Daniell, 34 ; Izraell, 34. 

Deane (Dean). Anna, 56 ; Anne, 63 ; Edward, 
22, 24 ; Elizabeth, 62, 115 ; Ellin, 46 ; Han- 
nah, 160; John, 62, 86 (2), 115; Leonard, 
22; Lyddia, 24; Robert, 214; Thomas, 13; 
William. 13. 

Dearnee, Grace, 186 ; Sarah, 186 ; Thomas, 136. 

Deely, Lucy, 72. 

Defnish (Devnish), John, 94. 

Degrave, David, 236 (8) ; Isaac, 84 ; John. 81, 
84, 88, 232 (2) ; Katherine, 88 ; Mary, 81, 98, 
232 (2). 

De la Chambers, Lady, 226. 

Demock, .see Dimock. 

Demonke, Levinis, 204. 

Demount, see Dimunt. 

Demjjsey. John, 166. 

Denham, Ann, 89 ; Edward, 92 ; Elizabeth, 24, 
84 ; Ellen, 75 ; Enoch, 95 ; James, 138 ; Joan, 
117, 125; John, 74, 84, 89. 95. 100; Sarah, 
117; Thomas, 24. 

Denison (Denneson). Ann, 74 ; Mary, 97 ; Wil- 
liam, 97 ; — , 102.' 

Dennett, Margaret, 238 ; William, 75. 

Denney (Denne), Jane, 269 ; John, 277. 

Dennis, John, 52 ; William, 52. 

Densten, Hannah. 120; Sarah, 120; Stephen, 
120. 

Dent. Mary. 97, 143 ; Richard, 141 ; Thomas, 97. 

Denyer, John Henry, 196. 

Derose, James, 16(). 

Derrick, Betcv. 153; John, 153 (2); Thomas, 
158. 

Detlefson, Mary, 154, 156 ; Peter, 156. 

Deuell. see Dewell. 

Deverell, Mary, 225 (2). 

Deverux (Deveiix, Devorux), Dorothy. 224 ; 
Elizabeth, 208 ; John. 204 (4), 20S, 2'l5, 217, 
222 ; Sarae, 204 ; Steven, 204. 

Devnish. see Defnish. 

Dewell (Deuell), Ann, 265 ; Elizabeth, 232, 
265 ; Henry, 2(i5 ; Mark, 131 ; William, 232. 

Dexter. IMary. 74 ; William, 76. 

Dible, Marv, 40 : Mathew, 40. 

Diblidge (Dibledg. Dibsidge), Ellinor, 29 ; 
John. 28 ; Richard, 24 ; Widow, 20, 28. 

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322 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUl's WHARF. 



Dickens (Dickingfs, Dickins, Dickyns), Agrnes, 
32 ; Ann, 35 ; Edward, 38, 228 ; Elizabeth, 3, 
252 ; Frances, 223 ; George, 32 ; James, 252 ; 
Jane, 27y ; John. 32 (4), 35, 40, 257 ; Martha, 
252 ; Kebecka, 221 ; Robert, 221, 223, 228 (5). 
230,251. 

Dickers, John, 272. 

Dickeson, John, 6. 

Dickinson (Dickenson, Dickson), Ann, 231 ; 
Brigate, 87 ; Elizabeth, 15 ; Henry, 75 ; 
Janie, 76 ; John, 11 (2) ; Robert. 226 (2), 
231. 

Dicks (Dickes), Hannah, 119 : Jane, 146 : John, 
149; Mary, 119; Susannah, 149; Thomas, 
119 ; Thomas Francis, 149 ; — . 144. 

Dido, Elizabeth, 242. 

Dilkes. Alice, 83 ; John. 58 : William, 62. 

Dill, John, 177. 

Dillingham, Mrs., 30. 

Dillon, Eleanor, 176 ; John, 180. 

Dilly, Elizabeth, 120; Philip, 120. 

Dimare, see Dymer. 

Dimock (Demock, Dymmocke), Elizabeth, 49 ; 
Frances, 58 ; John, 40, 47 ; Martha. 59 ; Mr., 
43 (2), 47 ; Mrs., 49 (2) ; William, 40, 41. 47. 

Dimnnt (Demount), Daniell, 33 (3), 38 ; Mar- 
get, 38 ; Martha, 154 ; Mary, 158 ; Matthew, 
154 ; William, 154. 

Dindsdell, Widdow, 52. 

Dinge, Mother, 216. 

Dion, Nathaniell, 87. 

Ditcher, Esther, 167. 

Divine, Mary, 280. 

Dobbins (Dobbines), Eleanor, 109 ; Elizabeth, 
101 ; James, 96 ; John, 96, 101, 102. 

Dobson, Bennard, 97; Eleanor, 109; James, 
119 ; Joan, 23 : William. 11, 22, 23 ; — , 109. 

Dodd (Dod), Dorethy, 47 ; Henry, 186 ; James. 
146 ; Joseph. 238 ; Mary, 63 ; Mr., 15 (2), 16 
(2), 29 ; Richard, 39 ; Thomasine, 14 ; Wil- 
liam, 14. 

Dodds, Eleanor, 195. 

Dodid, William, 30. 

Dodson (Doddson), James, 111 (2); Mary. 111. 

Dodwell, Alice, 78, 237 ; Ann, 71 ; Arthur, 169 ; 
Elizabeth. 166 ; Elizabeth Mary, 167 : Henry, 
175 ; Mary, 169, 175 ; Robert, 165, 171, 173. 

Doe, Mary, 158. 

Doggett, Alice. 241 ; John, 241. 

Dogood (Doogood), Elizabeth, 105(2), 127 ; Wil- 
liam, 97 (2), 105. 123. 

Dohme, EUes, 159. 

Dolby (Dolbey). George, 142; James. 250; 
Mary, 142 ; Sarah. 250 ; William, 250. ' 

Dollason (Dolason, Dollison), John, 130 ; Sus- 
anna, 130 (2), 146 ; Thomas, 138. 

Dollery, Thomas, 185. 

Donne, Edward, 9 ; John, 16. 

Dormer, William, 164. 

Dornton, Solomon, 75. 

Dorothia, Dorothy. 105 (2) ; Thomas, 105. 

Dorson, Thomas. 138. 

Dosson, — , 140. 

Dowd, James, 151 ; Jemmima, 151, 267; Wil- 
liam, 151. 

Dowdeswell, Anthony, 68. 

Dowell (Doewell. Dowel), Anne, 235. 240 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 88 (2) ; George, 82 ; Hannah. 79, 
115; Henry, 83; James, 8] ; John, 78. 92, 
221 ; Joseph, 87, 92, 99 ; Marcey, 92 ; Mark, 
81, 82, 88, 131; Martha, 124; Rosse, 221; 



Samuel, 94 ; Sarah, 91, 102, 222 ; Susanah, 

77 ; Thomas, 77, 78, 79, 83. 115, 122. 221. 222. 
Dowller, Walter, 230. 
Down, John, 150. 
Downes (Downs). Ann, 103. 251 ; Arthur, 251 

(2), 252 ; Esther, 251 (2) ; Hester, 252 : Jane, 

252; John, 147; .Joyce. 251: I'hillis, 133; 

Sarah, 152 (3) ; William, 103, 149 : — , 152. 
Downing, Mary, 174. 
Downward, Richard, 71 ; Thomas. 72. 
Drackford, John, 55. 
Drake, Elizabeth, 234 (2), 254, 255 (2), 256 ; 

Henry, 65 ; John, 254 (2). 255 ; Margaret, 

234 ; Mary, 255. 
Draper, Widow, 15, 40. 
Drew (Drue), Elizabeth, 28 ; George, 10 ; 

Theophilus, 114; AViddow, IS; William, 28; 

— , 29. 
Drewre (Drewrye), -sre Drury. 
Drinkwater (Drinckwater, Drinkewater). Alice, 

56 ; EUenor, 56 ; Jarvi?, 56 ; Mary, 5(5 ; 

William, 51. 
Dromont (Dromant), Henry, 18; Roger, 41, 

43 (2) ; Sarah, 43 ; —,18,41. 
Dromwood, Mr., 26. 
Droope, Thomas, 223. 
Drue, xcc Drew. 

Drumbleby, Robert, 31 ; Samuell, 31. 
Drumgould (Drumgold), Elizabeth, 265, 266 ; 

James, 265 ; Jane, 265. 
Drury (Drewre, Drewrye), Edward, 227 

Jovisse, 220; Martha. 220; Mary, 251 

Mathew, 220 (3) ; Pha3be, 251 ; Robert, 251 

William, 220. 
Dry, Abraham, 231. 
Dryver, Alice, 58. 

Du Cane, Henry, 192 (10), 197, 288 (5). 
Duck, Frances, 183. 
Ducket. John. 37, 43 ; Mr., 48 ; Samuell. 43 ; 

William, 37. 
Duckmunton, Ann, 63. 
Dudley, Elizabeth, 280. 
Dudson, Alice, 6 ; Elizabeth, 8 : Ralphe. 6 ; 

Richard. 19; Roger, 6 (2), 8, 10, 15. 17; 

Widdow, 19. 22 ; William, 15. 
Duffell, Richard. 249. 
Duffin, Bridget, 254. 
Duffis. Elizabeth, 137 (2) ; George. 135 ; John, 

137. 
Dugdale, Squire, 51. 
Duglas(Dugles, Dugless, Duglis), Francis, 144 ; 

James. 41 (2), 43, 50; Joyssyan. 219; Mr., 

214,215 ; Phillip. 43; — , .50." 
Duig, Patrick. 209. 
Duke, Andrew, 142; Joseph. 197. 
Duncp, Doi'othy, 54 ; Elizabeth, 53. 
Duncke (Diinc), Barnard, 50 ; Mary, 44. 
Duncomb, Thomas, 143. 
Dune, Jane, 20. 
Dunklen, Ann, 179. 

Dunkley (Dunckley), Ann, 271 ; William, 158. 
Dunn (Dun). Elizabeth, 88 ; Frances. 59 ; 

James. 271 ; Jane. 33 (2y: John. 136, 174; 

Mary Ann, 270; Walter, 76; William. 64; 

— . 33. 
Dunning, William, 168. 
Dunstan (Dunstant), Hannah, 113; Sarah, 

113 ; Thomas, 113. 
Durans, Michal, 97 ; Susanna, 97. 
Durby, Widdow, 6, 
Durdant, Andrew, 70. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



823 



Durham. Henry, 41. 

Button, Ann, 2(i3 : Edith, 66 ; Elizabeth, 262 ; 

Hannah, 261 ; Mary, 66 ; Richard, 26.) ; 

Sarah, 261; Sarah Sophia, 263; Susan. .58; 

Thomas Wells, 261. 
Dye, Benjamin, 148. 
Dyer, Alex., no, :>(]. 57 (2), .58. 59, 60. 61 : Alice, 

2H8 ; Ann, 248 ; Elioner, 241 ; Elizabeth, 248 ; 

James, 238 ; Ralph, 247, 248 (2) ; Sarah. 247, 

248 (-2) ; Thomas, 247. 
Dykes, John, 152 ; Mary, 156. 
Dylks, John, 152. 
Dymer (Dimare), William, 247. 
Dymmocke, si-e Dimock. 
Dytch, Marretta, 254 ; Mary. 254 ; Thomas, 

254. 



E 



Eades, Goody. 210 ; Margery, 210 ; Samuell, 
208; Sarah, 210; Thomas, 205 (2), 208, 
210(3); William, 210. 

Eadon. John, 121 ; Marv, 121 (2). 

Eaggefeild. John. 2i) ; William. 29. 

Eaglefeild, Mr., 19. 

Eaglestone, William. 5. 

Eames. Richard, 230 (2); Thomas, 228 (2), 
230 (2) ; — , 230 (2). 

Eardley, Rose, 179. 

Earin (Erin), Gorge, 220 (2) ; Mrs.. 220. 

Earl, John, 291 ; Mary, 291. 

Early, Thomas, 5. 

Earnsby, sec Ernsby. 

Earnsty, Robert, 72. 

Barsfield, Ashton, 227. 

Easom, Thomas, 29. 

Easson, Frances. 131 ; James, 131. 

East. Anne, 14, 150. 290 ; John, 150, 265 ; Jone, 
38 ; Mary, 179 ; Robert, 14, 49 ; Samuel, 
179; Sarah, 150: Susanna, 63 : Thomas, 38; 
-, 33. 

Eastly. Richard, 280. 

Eastwick, Revd. Mr., 109. 

Eaton (Eton), Elizabeth, 118, 255, 256 (2); 
Henry. 113. 118; John. 118, 255 (2), 256; 
Mary, 113, 157 ; William, 161, 256. 

Eavants. Thomas, 202. 

Eckley, Elizabeth, 93. 

Eckton, Hugh, 38 ; Mr.. 38. 

Eden, Dr., 12. 

Edgington, Clem,. 269. 

Edlin, Rebecca, 60. 

Edmonds (Edmundes, Edmunds), Amey. 259 ; 
Ann, 188; Edward, 169; Elizabeth, 117; 
Elizabeth Matilda. 283 ; Francis, 272 ; John, 
110, 287 ; Mary. 104 ; Mary Ann, 190 ; Rich- 
ard, 182, 187 : Thomas 104 (2) ; William, 
181. 

Edmonsonn, Richard, 41 ; Robert, 41. 

Edmund, Elizabeth, 252. 

Edney, Thomas, 171 ; William, 171. 

Edwards, Ann, 60, 145. 179, 260; Avery, 60; 
Benjamin, 152 (2) ; Catherine, 117 ; Dorothy, 
23; Edward, 60; Elizabeth, 11, 36, 143, 152, 
176, 229 ; George. 193 ; Henry, 174 : James, 
148; Jane, 184; John. 20, 60, 87 (2). 145, 
226, 260 (2) ; Joseph, 117 ; Martha. 174 ; 
Mary, 88, 89. 102. 279, 284; Mrs., 11: 
Rebecca, 18, 117 ; Rice, 226, 227, 229 ; Rich- 
ard, 20, 22, 23, 170, 176, 185 (8), 186 (2), 



187 (5), 188 (3), 189 (4), 190 (3), 191 (7), 
192 (11), 193. 194 (2), 195, 196, 197 (2), 199, 
284, 285 (5). 286 (5), 287 (8), 288 (10). 289 
(6), 290 (4J, 291 (2), 292 ; Robert, 265 ; 
Roger, 1 ; Sarah, 148, 177, 186 ; Simon, 186 ; 
Susannah, 184 ; Thomas. 23, 43, 64, 170 ; 
Widow, 23, 229 ; William', 50, 179, 227 ; — , 
43, 50 (2). 

Eeley, see Eley. 

Egglesham, Catherine, 257 ; Elizabeth, 257, 
258 ; John. 257, 258 (2). 

Eglesfeild, John, 33 ; Mary, 25 ; Mr., 25 ; 
Richard, 33. 

Egleston, Margaret, 58 ; Robert, 58 ; Rose, 1 ; 
William, 1. 

Eglinton, Elizabeth Maria, 173. 

Eglyombee, George, 224 ; Mary, 224. 

Bikes, Luke, 13. 

Fills (Eilles), Ann, 38 ; William, 37, 38. 39 ; 
—,39. 

Einglish, see English. 

Eldridge (Eldridg, Elldridge), John. 128 ; Mar- 
tha, 105 ; Mary, 244 ; Thomas, 105, 128, 244 ; 
William, 105. 

Eles, Widowe, 220. 

Eley (Eeley, Eelye, Elee, Elly). Ann, 39 ; Brid- 
get, 61 ; Christopher, 25 (2), 27, 36, 39, 42, 
43 (2); Elizabeth. 36; George, 134; Henry, 
26, 32, 33, 36, 39 ; John, 33 ; Mary, 36 ; 
Patience, 27 ; William. 73 ; — , 39. 

Eling (Elin), Margarett, 152 ; Martha, 139. 

Elkin, Elizabeth, 237. 

Ellams, Sarah, 77. 

Ellard, Edward, 265 ; George Arthur, 260 ; 
Mary, 260 ; Richard, 254 ; Thomas, 256. 

Ellats (Ellates), Elizabeth, 102. 

Elledge, Catherine, 286. 

Ellett (Ellet), John, 218 (2), 219 ; Kattrine, 
218 ; Sarah, 218. 

EUicott, Eliza Ann, 191. 

Ellington. Sarah, 133 ; Thomas, 133. 

Elliott (Blliet. Elliot), Caroline, 276 ; John, 
132 ; John James. 183 ; Mary, 100. 250 (2), 
251 (2), 267; Nathanael. 250, 251, 254; 
Richard. 100 ; Robert, 132 ; Susannah. 132. 

Ellis (Elis, Ellece, Files, Ellies, Ellise). Ann, 
48, 109 ; Edee, 41, 45 ; Eleanor, 102 ; Eliza- 
beth, 90, 95, 101, 10.5, 131, 211; Ellice, 90; 
Evan, 157; Griffith, 163; Hannah, 277; 
James. 86 ; John, 15, 53, 86, 90, 93 (2), 
99 (2), 102, 104, 276 ; Mary, 51, 52. 97 ; 
Philip, 121 ; Robert. 109, 131 ; Susannah, 
131; Thomas, 202, 211, 219; Urssula. 202; 
William, 41, 44 (2), 45, 47, 48, 51, 52, 86, 153 ; 
Xpofer. 33. 

Ellis nlM-1 Smith, Thomas, 102. 

Ellison. Ann Spenceley, 147 ; Elizabeth, 151 ; 
Jane, 147 ; John, 145 ; Stanhope, 148 (2), 
149, 150 (2), 151 (4), 152, 153 (2), 155 (3), 
266 (2). 267 (3), 268, 269. 

Ells, Mary, 115. 

Ellson, Rebecca. 251 ; Thomas, 251 (2). 

Flmes (Elems), Mary, 104. 

Elmores, Ellen, 221. 

Elmston, John, 216 ; Mrs., 216, 217. 

Elsmore. Marget, 38. 

Elton. Richard, 157, 

Elvyn, Daniel. 161. 

Emerley, Elizabeth, 19; William, 19. 

Emerson (Emmersou). Widow, 46 ; William, 
46, 172. 



324; REGISTEIIS OF ST. BENE*T AKD ST. PETER, PAUL's WllARt*. 



Emerton (Emmerton), Edmond, 40 : Elizabeth, 

55 ; Mary Ann, 172 ; William, 38.' 40, 43 ; — . 

43. 
Emery, Jlargarett, 32 ; William, 32, 33. 
Emms, Richard. 231. 
Empson, Charles, 295. 
Enuoll, Lenard, 232. 
Engersole (Engersold, Engersoule). Dorothe, 

24; Mary, 17; Mr., 17, 18; Richard, 23; 

Robert, 23, 24. 
English (Einglish, English). Anthony, 23(5 (2), 

237, 240 (2) ; Christopher. 237 : Elizabeth, 

236 ; Mary, 237 ; William, 243. 
Ensall, Alice, 234. 
Erberyes. Mr., 201 (2) ; — . 201. 
Ericke. Elizabeth, 275. 
Erin, see Karin. 
Eritage, Father, 4. 
Ernly (Ernely. Ernley). Ann. l](j; Mary, 115, 

116 ; Robert, 115 (2), 116 ; William, 115. 
Ernsby (Earnsby, Ernesbey, Ernsbey). Eliza- 
beth, 76, 82 ; John. 79 ; Mary, 74 (2), 85 ; 

Susanna, 82 ; William, 69, 76, 77, 79. 82 (2'), 

85 (2). 
Erringame. Dorothie. 24. 

Errington, John, 96 ; Robert, 96 (3), 100 (2). 
Erry, Jacob, 268 ; John, 274, 
Esby, Margaret, 26 ; Xpofer. 26. 
Escough. Elizabeth, 39 ; John. 39 (3). -10 (2). 
Esger, John, 89. 

Eslack, Elizabeth, 7 ; William, 7. 
Eslin, Ann, 143. 

Estmede, George, 150 (2) ; Mary, 150. 
Estvvick. Francis, 231 : Thomas, 231, 
Ethell. Abraham. 34. 40 (2), 42 : Elizabeth, 34 ; 

— , 40 (2). 42. ■ 

Eton, see Eaton. 

Enstace, Mary, 234 ; Sarah. 181. 
Evans (Evanes. Evens), Adam. 250 ; Ann, 78, 

140, 182 ; Edward, 24 (2), 30, 33, 34 (2), 38. 

58; Elizabeth, 34, 116. 222, 250; Elizabeth 

Mary, 267; Frances, 262 ; Frederick, 7; 

Hannah, 159 ; Hannah Eleanor, 196 : Henry. 

116 ; Jane, 157 ; John, 225, 244 ; Joseph, 135, 

136, 140 ; Joyce, 250 ; Louisa, 198 ; Margaret, 

B4, 134 ; Mary, 58, 136 (2). 244. 261 ; Richard, 

46; Robert, 134; Sarah. 135. 145. 159. 225; 

Susanna, 81 ; Thomas, 81. 136, 15i). 162, 278 : 

William, 134, 259. 
Evence, Mary, 216 (2); William. 216. 
ICverett (Everet, Evritt). Elizabeth, 2 : John. 2, 

4, 208 ; Vincent. 208 ; Widdow. 4. 
Exall, Thomas, 268. 
Exelby (E.xebly, Exelbee), Elizabeth, 110; 

John, 79. 80. 
Exton, Bridgett, 34 ; Dr., 24 ; Elizabeth, 88 : 

Everard, 64 (2), 111 ; Isabella, 61 ; John, 34. 

62,108; Othis, 26; Sir Thomas, 81 ; William' 

24. . 

Eyers, see Ayers. 
Eyre, Urbane, 60, 



Fachon, George, 217 ; J., 217, 

Fackit, Thomas, 42. 

Fairclough (Faircloath. Faircloth, Kayrecloth), 

Edward, 107, Kis, 112, 113, 116; Elizabeth. 

108; Francis. 242 ; James, 91 (2). 103, 107 ; 

Mary, 66, 107, 108, 112 (2), 113. 



Fairfax, Elizabeth, 2. 

Falckner, see Faulkner, 

Fanandis, Isaac, 245. 

Fancott, Ralph, 76, 77 ; Sarah, 76, 

Farbarn (Farbarne). Edward, 221 ; Elizabeth, 
223 ; Jarvis, 221, 223, 224 ; Sarah, 224 ; Tho- 
mas, 224. 

Farley, Edward, 210 (2) ; William, 21. 

Farlowe, Agnes, 2. 

Farman. Thomas, 88. 

Farmer (Farmar), Ann, 146; Beththeyar. 241 ; 
John, 94 ; Mary, 178, 279 ; Mary Sers, 280, 

Farnando. see Ferdinando. 

Farnfild, David. 86 ; Richard, 86 (2). 

Farow, Edeth, !t5. 

Farquhar, Elspet Hadden, 184 ; Helen, 187 ; 
James, 198. 

Farr, John, 107. 

Farrant, Henry, 106 ; Mary, 106. 

Farrar, John, 143. 

Farrell (Farrel). Edward, 279 ; James, 278 ; 
Michael, 280 ; Nicholas, 278 ; Susanna. 277, 
286, 

Farrington, Elizabeth, 4. 

Faulkner (Falckner, Faulknor, Faulknow), 
Elizabeth. 86 ; Henry, 76 : Mary. 158 ; Tho- 
mas. 165,235 (2) ; William, 235, 236. 

Fayrecloth, see Fairclough. 

Fazackerly (Fazakerlj'), James, 172; William 
James, 174. 

Feakes, Christopher, 36. 

Fearnley, Elizabeth, 278, 284 ; George, 280. 

Featherstone, John. 268. 

Feild (Feeld. Feld), Angell, 216 (2) : Ann, 44, 
216 ; John, 216. 

Feilding (Feeilding). Christian. 16 ; Dorothy, 
39 ; Ferdinand. 16 ; George, 25 ; Mr.. 16 (2), 19. 

Fell, Ann, 29 ; Elizabeth, 20 ; Nicholas, 2u. 

Fellows (Fellowes). George, 106 ; Mary, 106 ; 
Sarah, 106. 

Felstead (Felsted. Felsteed). Anne. 137 ; Mary, 
125 (3). 126 (2): Samuel, 125 (2), 126 (3); 
William, 125. 

Feltou, John, 271 (2) ; Mr., 20 ; Sarah, 271. 

Fenn, William, 179. 

Fennell, Charles, 281. 

Fensham (Fensom). Ann. 22, 54 ; Elizabeth. 22, 
27 ; Grace. 22 ; John. 12, 14, 22 (3), 27; 65 ; 
Richard, 45 ; Thomas, 14 ; — , 45. 

Fenton, Charles Perrot, 188. 

Fenwick. Joseph Spark, 163 ; William Palmer, 
162. 

Ferdinando (Farnando, Fennader), Isaac, 250, 
251 (3) ; Mary, 251 ; Moses, 250, 

Ferguson, John, 278. 

Fermar, Jane, 95. 

Fernall, Isabell, 5. 

Ferril, Mary, 283. 

Ferris (Ferress), Ann, 64 ; Sarah, 178, 

Ferwall. Luke, 18. 

Few, Jane, 94 ; Sarah, 86 ; Walter, 83, 84, 

Fewtrill, Jameij, 127. 

Filce. John, 84. 

Filewood, Elizabeth, 48. 

Filkes (Feilces). Mary, 92. 

Filkins, John, 171. 

Fillpot. see Philpot. 

Finch (Finche), Abigail, 213; Ann, 288 : Cas- 
sandra, 119 : Charles, 281 ; Elizabeth, 205, 
221 ; Elizabeth Ann, 281 ; Esther, 221 ; 
Hanna, 210, 216 ; Isaac, 210, 213 (3), 216, 217, 



iKdex NOMINUM. 



325 



221 (3), 227 ; John, 27, 139, 217, 279 ; Mary, 
214, 275 ; Michell, 213 ; Moses, 279, 281 (2) ; 
Moses William, 275; Peter, 221; Robert, 
213 ; Robert Mosss, 275 ; Samuel, 23 ; Tho- 
mas, 205, 208 (2), 211, 2 U, 221 ; William, 20 
(2), 23, 27, 50, 139, 279 ; William Moses, 274 ; 
-, 205 (2). 

Finchwit, John, 97. 

Finken, Lein, 158. 

Finley, Matthew, 270. 

Fipps, Margarett, 53. 

Firmstone (Firmston), Catherine, 110 ; Eliza- 
beth, 110; Samuel, 122. 

Fish, Ann, 145 ; Charles. 23 ; Elizabeth, 30 ; 
Jane, 21 ; John, 14, 21 (3), 23, 24, 28, 30, 31 ; 
Mary, 24, 28, 110 (2) ; Nicholas, 14 ; Richard, 
21 ; Thomas, 21. 

Fisher, Anne, 211 ; Charles, 4 (2) ; Daniel, 82 ; 
Elizabeth, 11, 35, 79, 2(i3 ; George, 79 ; Henry, 
31 ; James, 4, 80 ; Jane, 80 ; Jean, 211 ; John, 
13, 34 (2), 35 (3), 70 ; Joseph, 82 ; Margarett, 
4 ; Mary, 90, 2(54 ; Mr., 13 ; Richard, ; Ro- 
bert, 11; Sarah, 71,186 ; Simon, 76 ; William, 
53, 54, 55, 56, 57 (2), 58, 59, 60, 61, 67, 89, 127. 

Fishley, Ann, 163 ; Mary, 164. 

Fitch, Pennington, 44, 45, 47 ; Richard, 45, 47 ; 
Susanna, 45 ; — , 45. 

Fitton, Robert, 36 ; Thomas, 36. 

Fitzakerley, Charles, 155. 

Fitzs, Pennington, 51 ; Richard. 61 ; Thomas, 
51, 

Fix, Jane, 35 ; John, 35, 

Fixen, Ann, 190; Samuel, 190. 

Flamsteed (Flamstedd), Mr., 29 ; William, 25 ; 
-, 29. 

Flanders, Susan, 287. 

Flanet, Mary, 259. 

Flawell, John, 260 ; Mary, 260 ; William, 260. 

Flaxmore (Flexmore), John, 152 ; Martha, 152, 
158 ; Mary, 152 : Philip. 154. 

Fleckett, William, 92. 

Fleming (Fleminge), John, 205, 210, 215 (2) ; 
Margaret, 215. 

Fletcher, Ann, 77; Elizabeth, 71 (3), 97; Jo- 
seph, 150; Martha, 141; Mary, 141, 163; 
Robert, 81 ; Susannah, 181 : Thomas. 120 ; 
William, 187. 

Flewelleu, Phillip, 221. 

Flood, Modestie, 235. 

Flower, Thomas, 236. 

Flowerden, Samuel, 132. 

Flowers, Frances, 289 ; John, 262. 

Floyd (Floyde), Hugh, 47 ; John. 203 : Joseph, 
64; Katherine, 226 ; Margaret, 56, 231 ; Mar- 
maduke. 223 ; Morris, 226 ; Thomas, 203 ; 
Walter, 230 : — , 142. 

Fludd, Jone, 213. 

Eludes, Mrs., 206. 

Flulkes, Barthellmew, 223 ; Sarath, 223. 

Folks, Sarah, 263. 

Follet, James, 283. 

Folser, Mary, 57 ; Peter, 57. 

Fone (Foan), Mrs., 115; Nathanel, 243 ; Rich- 
ard, 101 ; Samuel, 133. 

Ford (Foord, Fourd), Elizabeth, 123, 126, 264 : 
George, 126 ; Henary, 87 ; James. 123, 126 ; 
John, 3, (}l3 ; Jone, 33 ; Mary, 3, 123 ; Mrs.. 
208 ; Richard, 177 ; Samuel, 264 ; Thomas, 292. 

Forkenham, Anthony, 33 ; Susan, 33. 

Forrest (Forest), Grace, 1 83 ; John, 208 ; Wil- 
liam, 142, 208. 



Forrester (Forister), Agnes, 195; Ann, 142; 
Henry, 181 ; James Philip, 180 ; John, 182 ; 
Jonathan, 181. 

Forth, Jonah, S7 ; Mary, 88 ; Thomas, 88. 

Fortin, Giles, 271. 

Fortnam (Fortnum), Ann, 128 ; Richard, 128. 

Foskitt (b'oskatt), Anne, 71 ; Jane, 63. 

Fossett (Fosset), Frances, 111 (2), 116; Peter, 
111, 116 ; Simon, 18. 

Foster. Dorothy, 253 ; John, 55, 56 ; Mary, 72, 
253 ; Mathew, 25 (2) ; Mr., 14 ; Phillip, 82 ; 
Robert, 25 ; Thomas. 253 ; William, 44, 49, 
53 ; — , 44, 49, 53. 

Fond, Elizabeth, 53. 

Fouler (Foulleer), see Fowler. 

Foulser, Sarah, 269. 

Found, Widdow, 9. 

Fouutaine (Fowntaine), Ann, 35 ; Bartholomew, 
21, 26, 35, 41 ; William, 26 ; — , 3U (2). 

Fourd, sec Ford. 

Fowler (Fouler, Foulleer), Daniell. 203 ; Eliza- 
beth, 189, 278 ; John, 83, 181, 203, 258 ; 
Joyse, 205 ; Martha, 273 ; Robert, 249 ; 
Sarah, 40, 55 ; Susanna, 163 ; William, 40, 
44, 48, 52 ; — , 44, 48, 52. 

Fowies, Elizabeth, 7. 

Fox, Ann, 100; Edmund, 186; James, 165; 
John, 98 (2), 100, lOl ; Mary. 258 ; Thomas, 
287. 

Foxton, Mary. 261. 

Fragsham, Jane, 220 ; John, 220. 

Francis (Fraunces), Christophei'. 56 ; George, 
51; Jane, 180; Katherine, 209; Leonard, 
82 ; Margaret, 82 ; Margerye, 215. 

Fianckes, Anne, 96 ; Robert, 95. 

Franckham (Francum). Alls, 211 ; Jane, 211 ; 
John. 210, 211 (5), 212 ; Mr., 211 (2); Mrs., 
211 ; Peeter, 211 ; Thomas, 210. 

Franke, John, 216. 

Franklin (Franckelin, Francklin, Francklyn, 
Franklyu), Anthony, 84 ; Elizabeth, 95 ; 
EUyn, 230 ; Frances, 43, 84. 86 ; Francis, 76 ; 
George, 229 ; Hannah, 93, 96 : James, 93, 96 ; 
John, 83, 139, 142; Mary, 131; Rebecca, 
101 ; Robert, 83, 101 ; Samuell, 227, 229, 
230 ; Susanna, 148 ; Thomas, 227 ; William, 
139, 142 ; — , 43. 
Fransham. Edward. 222 : Elizabeth, 79 ; Han- 
nah, 79; John. 221, 222; William, 79 (2); 
— , 221. 

Frany (Freaney), James, 184, 275. 

Frederick. Sir John, 234. 

Freeman (Freman), Ann, 53, 242 ; Eleanor, 
269 ; Elizabeth, 120, 244 ; Isaac, 248 (2), 
251 (2), 256. 257: Jane, 269 ; John, 52, 243, 
245(3); Joseph, 60, 102. 112. 117: Martha, 
245; Mary, 102, 105, 107, HI, 112, 117(2), 
120, 128, 129, 248, 251, 256 ; Richard, 102 ; 
Robert. 112 ; Sarah, 105, 107 ; Slyford Peter,. 
Ill ; William, 12, 105, 107, HI, 120, 128, 
I 129. 

Freese (Frees). Ann, 135, 137 ; Klizabeth, 135 ; 
Timothy, 135, 137, 144. 

Freme, Henry. 9. 

French (Frinch), Ann, 116, 122, 123; Eliza- 
beth. 72, 144, 150 ; James, 224, 226 (2) ; 
John. 122; Mary, 90, 116; Matthew. 116. 
122. 123 (2), 124 : Thomas. 219, 224, 226 (2), 
228 ; William, 228. 
i Fressbye, nee Frisby. 
\ Fribery, Jeane, 207 ; John, 207. 



326 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE*T AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



Fri(]aie. Francis, 3t). 

Frimston. Catherine. 110; Elizabeth, 110; 
Samuel, 1 10. 

Frind. Jor^eph. DO ; Mary, 90. 

Kripp, .John, 17.">. 

Frisby (Fressbye, Frisbee, Frisbye). Annes, 
:207 ; Hanna. L'Oo : James. 22.) ; John. 204, 
20.5, 207. 208, 2()U, 211, 214, 21G (2). 217, 
22.5: Judith. 21.5: Robeart. 200: Thomas. 
204, 208 : William, 210 (2). 214, 215, 217. 

Frisk, Henry. 144. 

Frith, William. 18 ; — , 18. 

Frojrley, Sarah, 158. 

Froid, Mr., 8. 

Frost, Charles, 232 : Elizabeth. 23, 28 ; Georg-e, 
.5; John, 5. 15 (2). 19. 23, 27. 28: Marke, 
232, 233, 237 (2;, 245 ; Mary, 237, 241 ; 
Susan, 19 ; Veare, 237. 

Froude (Froud. Frowde). Anne, 42 ; Elizabeth, 
76 ; John, 38, 39. 42, 48 (2). 49. 52, 83 ; Mar- 
gret. 38 ; Mary, 48 ; Rebeckah, 48 : — . 39. 

Fry (Frye). Abraham, 240, 241, 247; Chris- 
topher, 238 ; Edward, 27 ; Henry, 225 ; 
James. 264 ; .Joseph, 224 ; Marjrery, 225 ; 
Mary, 241 ; Tnos.. 264 ; —,244, 246. 

Fuge, Sarah Ann, 273. 

Fullalove (Fulleloe. FuUilove). Edward. 11 ; 
Mary, 16 ; Ralph, 14 ; William, 10, 16. 

Fuller, Adrian, 247 ; Ellinnor. 95 ; Rebecca. 
247. 

Fullford. John. 143. 

Fuhvell, Thomas, 9. 

Funges, Elizabeth. 91 ; Juhn, 91, 92 (2). 

Furland, Davye, 202. 

Furnees. John, 203. 

Fush, Widdow, 17. 



G 



Gabriel, John, 263. 

Gadd (Gad. Gade), Edith, 66 : John. 88 ; Mary. 

66, 86, 160 ; Tribe, 74 ; William, 72. 
Gadsby (Gasby). Abraham, 245 ; Frances, 245. 
Ga.ire (Gagj,'-e). Ann, 79. 
Gaile, Edward, 83 ; George, 83 ; Jane, 6 ; 

Sarah. 78. 
Gainfield (Ganfield). Joseph. 99(2). 101 : Mary, 

101. 
Gale, Edward, 91, 92 (2), 95 (2), 102 : Mary. 

95, 195; — , 100. 
Gallant. George, 148. 
Galley, Elizabeth, 146 ; Thomas. 235. 
Galliers, Catherine. 125 : Catherine Henshman. 

125 ; Edward, 125. 
Gamball, Richard, 73. 
Gambler, Ann, 155. 
Gander, Elizabeth, 252 ; Samuel, 252. 
Ganfield, .?<r Gainfield. 
Ganthony, Elizabeth, 271. 
Gardiner (Gardener, Gardner), Ann. 29 ; 

Charles, 175 ; Christopher, 161 ; Edward. 

216 (2); Elizabeth, 155, 163, 255 (2); 

Isabella, 163 ; James, 228 ; Jane, 25 : John, 

164, 170, 216. 255; Lvdia, 160; Mary. 167, 

197 ; Richard, 25, 27. 29, 33. 163, 175 ; Roger, 

56; Thomas, 164, 228, 230; William, 27. 

156 ; — . 216. 
Gare. Elizabeth, 239: Hanna. 240; William, 

239, 240. 
Gargell, George, 8. 



Gargrave. Francis, .51. 

Garland, Selina, 186. 

Garots, — , 50. 

Garrard, Mary, 187. 

Garrett (Garratt. Garret), Alexander, 266 : 
Ashon, 215 ; Elizabeth, 109, 276 : John, 215 '; 
Mary, 118 ; Thomasin, 6. 

Garring, Edward Spinage, 181. 

Gary, Ann, 151 ; Christor,, 151. 

Gasby, xce Gadsby. 

Gascoigne, Thomas. 245. 

Gass. Thomas, 291. 

GatliflEe (Catliff, Gatdefe, Gattlife), John, 
123 (2) ; John Limbrough, 129 ; Limburrow, 
129 ; Sarah, 123, 129; William, 129. 

Gatte, Katherin, 203. 

Gauin, Alice. 252 ; Catherine, 252 ; Philip, 
252. 

Gawthorne (Gowthorn), Mary, 120 j Thomas, 
139. 

Gay, William, 226. 

Gayre, Joseph. 35. 

Geare (Geere), Alien, 38 (2) ; Elizabeth, 21 ; 
Mary, 38 ; Mr., 21. 

Gearing. John, 177. 

Gears. Mary, 264. 

Gee, Edward, 93 ; Jane, 93 ; John, 6, 11 ; Mar- 
garett, 11 ; Mr., 17 ; Thomas, 6, 39. 

Gelestropp, William, 13. 

Genings, see Jennings. 

Gent, Martha, 289 ; Samuel, 144. 

George (Gorge), Alfred, 287 ; Anne, 6, 9 ; 
Elizabeth, 6; John, 71 (3): Susan, 14; Wid- 
dow, 14, 17 ; William, 6 (2), 14, 17, 65. 

Gesson (Geson), George, 16; Peter, 16; Wil- 
liam, 17 ; — ,17. 

Gethen. Matthew, 248. 

Gibbon (Gibon), Ann, 29 ; Arthur, 282 ; Fran- 
ces, 54 ; Mrs., 29 (2) ; W. L., 194. 

Gibbons (Gibons), Ann, 57 ; Edward, 51, 74 ; 
John, 51 : Lidya. 57 ; Mary, 59. 

Gibbs (Gibbes), Charles, 164 ; John, 54, 137. 

Gibson, Elizabeth. 9 ; George, 13 ; Grace, 24 ; 
John, 5, 9. 24, 27, 137 ; Martha, 9 ; Richard, 
5 ; Sarah, 137, 139 ; Susanna, 137 ; Widdow, 
17. 

Gideon, Ann. 247 ; Daniel, 247. 

Giffards (Jeifords). Susanna, 119. 

Gilbert (Gilbart), Elizabeth. 266 ; George, 238, 
247 ; Joseph, 238 : Mary, 44 ; Sarah, 250 ; 
Widow, 52. 

Gilchrist. Elizabeth. 158 ; John, 159 : Mar- 
garet, 142 : S.imuel, 143. 

Gildersley (Gilderly, Gilder.sey. Gildersleeve, 
Guildersey, Guilderslee). Bridget, 233, 234 
(2); David. 239; Isaac, 239; John, 239(2), 
240 ; Mr., 230 ; Richard, 239 ; sec also Guil- 
dersea. 

Giles (Gyles). Ann, 168, 273 ; Elizabeth, 114 ; 
Jane. 114 ; Mary. 114 (2). 118, 149, 248 (2); 
Sarah, 118; Widdow, 31, 39; William. 31, 
39, 114 (2). 118, 149, 248 (2), 273. 

Gilham, William, 147. 

Gill, Ann, 70 ; Elizabeth, 70, 71 ; Francis, 67 ; 
Thomas, 65, 67. 

Gillam. Mary Ann, 165. 

Gillis (Gilles. Gillies. Guiles). Ann, 168 ; Fran- 
ces, 152; John, 112 ; Magare, 92; Mary, 95, 
101, 112, 147; Thomas, 95, 98, 101, 107, 112, 
147, 268. 
Gills, Thomas, 75. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



327 



Gilly (Gille, Gilley), Hannah. 12-t : Martin, 

lUO, 107; William, 100. 
Gilman, Dorothy. i>2 ; Joseph, 61. 
Gilson, Joseph, 139. 
Gilthorp, Thomas, H(J. 
Ginaker, sc/' Jinaker. 
Ginger, Elizabeth, ii") ; John. 17() : Samuel. 172. 

173 ; William. 99. 
Ginkins, .<.vy? Jenkins. 
Ginniker, Thomas. 84. 

Gipes (Gibpes), Edward, 84 ; John, 88 ; Tho- 
mas, 84, 86. 
Gippin, John, 83. 
Girling, Hannah, 280. 

Gittinjjs (Gitines, Gitiq-i's, Gittens, Gittines, 
Gittins), Goodman. 31 ; Jane, 11 ; Luke, 4 ; 
Margaret, 11: Mary. 22, 24, 86; Mr.. 2:i ; 
Nicholas, 3 ; Sarah, 250 ; Steeven. 24 ; Tho- 
mas, 3. 4. 11 (2), 12, 18, 22, 40 ; — , 18. 
Gladwin, Mary Ann. 288. 

Glanfield (Glandfield. Glanvill). Benjamin, 1.52. 
1.51) ; Henry. 131 ; Mary, 131, 161 ; Uobert, 131. 
Glasbury, Widdow, 35. 
Glasby, Margery. 17 ; Widdow, 17. 
Glassgow, Mary Avey, 161 ; Samuel, 162. 
Glassier, John, 220 (2). 
Glosear (Glozer). John, 40 : Nicholas, 35, 40. 

41 ; Robert, 35 ; — . 42 (2). 
Gloster, John, 222 ; Margaret, 222. 
Glover, Elizabeth, 266, 268 ; Francis, 279 ; 

Jane, 287 ; Nelly, 268 ; William, 276. 
Glynn. Catherine. 260 ; Hester, 258 ; John, 

258. 259, 260 ; Mary, 258, 260. 
Gobbe. Hannah, 148 ; Thomas. 148. 
Gobel (Goben), Alice, 248 : Uobert, 248 (2). 
Gobey (Goby), Jane. 115 ; Jonas, 115 ; Mary, 115. 
Gobson, Lydea, 18 ; Mr., 18. 
Godby (Godbee), Jane (Jone), 97 ; John, 78 ; 

Thomas. 75. 
Goddard (Goddord), Ann, 150 ; Elizabeth, 244 ; 
John, 218, 245 ; Joseph, 273 ; Margaret, 243, 
254; Richard, 167; Steven. 218; Thomas. 
274 : William, 243. 244, 245 (3), 254, 261. 
Godfrey (Godfrei. Godfry), Ann, 70, 72 ; Eliza- 
beth, 25, 177 ; James, 176 ; Jane. 179 ; John. 
31 ; Joseph, 10 : Marv, 28 ; Millicent, 181 ; 
Mr., 26. 30, 32 : Thomas, 25 ; William, 28. 
31, 32, 49 ; — , 29. 
Godman, Hannah, 291. 
Godwing. Steven. 222 (2). 
Goff (Goffe), .lee Gough. 
Golby, .we Gouldby. 
Gold. John. 59 ; Mary, 233. 
Goldfinch, Charlotte, 289. 

Golding (Goolden, Gonlden), Edward. 106 ; 
Martha. 106, 1 M! ; Samuel, 235; Thomas. 
106, 116. 
Goldsmith. Elizabeth, 75, 79 ; John, 78, 80 ; 

Mary. 79. 80 ; Thomas, 80. 
Gonlock, Christian. 155 ; Thomas, 154. 
Goodaker, Elizabeth, 80; Henry, 8); John, 

80 (3) : Susanna. 80. 
Goodall, John,50(2), 251 : Richard, .50 ; Sarah. 

252 : William, 153. 
Goodayle, John, 51 (2). 
Goodburn. Sarah Ann, 286. 
Goodchild. Francis, 69 ; William, 172. 
Goodderidg, scr Goodridge. 
Goodey, John, 272. 

Goodin (Goodden), Ann, 164 ; John, 242 ; 
Samuel, 151 ; Susanna, 151. 



Goodman, George, 149 : Jane, 149 ; Joseph, 

271 ; Kathavin, 83 ; William. 149. 
Goodridge (Goodderidg). Elizabeth, 159 : Mr., 

227 ; William. 31 (2) ; .scr nlso Gutteridg. 
Goodson, Ann, 164 ; Erancis, 2(54 ; James. 135 ; 
Mary, 127. 135(2), 138 ; Thomas, 127, 135(2), 
138 ; William. 135. 138. 
Goodwin (Goodwine. Goodwinn, Goodwyn), 
Elizabeth, 143, 174. 190, 247, 254(2); John, 
254 : Jonas, 73 : Mary, 73 : Richard, 13 ; 
Silvester, 2li7 : Stephen. 31 ; Susanah, 237 ; 
Thomas. 141 ; W.. 171 (2). 172 (2). 277 (3), 
278 ; William, 168. 
Goolden. Thomas, 93 (2). 
(ioosey (Goosye), Joan, 23 ; Nicholas. 23, 27. 
Gordon, Thomas, 272. 

Gore, Ann, 274 ; Charlotte. 273 ; Sarah, 170. 
Gorge, -scf George. 
Gorman, John, 271 ; Mary. 272 : Stephen Wise, 

169. 
Gorst. Susanna. 235. 
Gorton, Cibbell. 226 ; William. 226. 
Goss. John. 245 ; Martha, 245 ; Thomas, 244. 
Gotch, John. 37. 
Gotohet, John. 33 (2). 
Gotier (Costear). Charles, 118. 
Gough (Goff. Goffe, Goufe). Alice. 104 : Ann, 
110; Edward, 110, 147; Elizabeth, 52, 99, 
106 : George, 99, 106 : James, 46 ; Jane, 104, 
110 (2); Jarvis. 51 ; John. 14 (2). 15, 44; 
Mary, 109 ; Philip. 146 ; Thomas. 44, 46, 104. 
110(2). 
Gould. John. 231 (2); Mary, 233 (2); Mr., 
230; Phoebe Elizabeth, 178; William, 212, 
214. 
Gouldbv (Golby. Gowlby). James, 37 : Jane, 
36 ; John, 33, 36, 37 (2) ; Millisen, 33 ; Rich- 
ard. 41 ; William, 37. 
Gouldham, Maudlin, 2. 
Goulding, Henry, 226. 
Gover. Mary. Kil. 
Gow, John James, 195. 
Gowitt, Mary. 71. 
Govvland. Andrew, 220. 
Gowlby, see Gouldby. 
Gowthorn. -sec- Gawthorne. 
Goymer, John, 147. 

Grace. Jennett. 122; Philadelphia, 130: Tho- 
mas, 144 ; Walter, 122, 127. 
Grafton, Thomas, 10. 
Graham. Richard, 261. 
Grandee, Saxon, 237. 
Granger, James. 31. 33 ; Martha, 33. 
Granlick, Barbara Catherine. 146. 
Grant ((Jraunt), Abraham. 149 ; Elizabeth, 214 ; 
Emma. 193; Frances. 28() : James. 178; 
Jannes. 167 ; John, 149 (3). 154. 280; Mary. 
149 (2). 
Graves. Elizabeth, 66 ; John, 12 ; Thomas, 85 

(2) ; Widow, 226 ; William. 43. 
Gray, Daniel Morris. 189, 191 ; Hannah, 118 
(2) : James. 190 : John, 118 ; Mary, 67, 141 ; 
Robert. 212 ; Sarah, 67, 154 ; William. 61. 
Greedy, Martha HoUiday. 159 ; Mary, 164 ; Wil- 
liam. 177. 
Green (Greene), Amy. 141 : Ann, 108. 109. 133, 
141: Betty, 165; Charles, 99, 108, 109, 130, 
133, 141 : Edward. 88. 89. 161, 178: Eliza- 
beth, 132, 133, 138, 168, 240. 245 ; George, 
165: Hannah, 120. 141; Isabell, 26: James, 
123, 131, 132; Joseph, 109, 182; Margaret, 



328 EEGISTERS OT ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 



128, 286; Margaritt. 22U ; Maiy, OD, 88, 89, 
132. 138, 1()3. It!!): Noomy, 240 ; Peter, 120; 
Rachel. If!!': liebecca, IGH : Samuel, 98; 
Sarah, 112. 123 (2), 131, ir>9 : Thomas, 20. 77, 
1(»0. 132. 14;"). 1C6. 240 (2) ; William, 98, 108, 
131, 158. 

Greenaway (Grenaway. Greneway, Grinaway), 
Ann. 70. 72: Elizabeth. 70, 71, 72 : John. THi, 
237 : Mary, 232. 241 : Stevens, 9 ; Thomas, 
H9 ; AVilliam. 70 ; — , .oO. 

Greenhouse. Mary, l.")l. 

Greenley, Stephen, 272. 

Greenway (Grenway), Henry, 23."), 236. 

Greenwood. Elizabeth, 2(13 ; John, 263. 

Greffes, .vcr Griffiths. 

Gregory (Gregorey, Gregorie. Grygorie), Anne, 
8(; ; Charles, 12^, 40 ; George, 86 ; John, 3."), 
17.i. 177: Margarett, 12; Mary Ann, 175; 
Mr.. 11 : William, 80. 85. 

Grendy (Grendey), Elizabeth. 252 ; Gyles, 252 ; 
Mary. 252. 

Gresham, John. 101 : Mary, 101. 

Grestock, Susanna. 96. 

Greton, Mary, 280. 

Grew, Ann Mather. 285 : Elizabeth, 87 ; John, 72. 

Grey. Elizabeth. 34 ; William, 34.' 

Grieve, i'eter, 1 73. 

Griff es. -set! Griffiths. 

Griffett. Mary. 95. 

Griffin (Griffen, Griffine). David, 24 ; Davie, 
202 : Eavee. 202 ; Edmond. 32 ; Elizabeth, 
55, 70 (3) ; Ellen. 209 : Hannah. 75 ; Henrj', 
80: John, 76: Joseph, 151; Lewise, 206; 
Martha, 151 ; Mr., Oii ; Owen, 19; Rice, 24, 
32 (5) ; Roger, 27 ; Samuell. 32 : Thomas, 70, 
76. 80 (2). Ill, 151 : —.32 (2). 

Griffith (Griffeth,Griffithe).Dauye. 203 ; David, 
205; Davie. 204; Francis, 12; Jane. 145; 
Thomas. 137. 145 : William. 73. 94. 

Griffiths (Greffes. Griffes). Jane. 104 ; John, 16, 
165 : Thomas. 104 : Winifred. 104. 

Griggs (Griges), Richard, 53 ; — , 221,222. 

Grimat, Mary, 263, 

Grimes, Ann. 112, 122 : Dorathy. 70 ; Elizabeth, 
70 ; ^largaret. 112 : Richard, 112, 122 ; Sarah, 
70, 76 : Thomas. 69, 76 (2). 

Grimsdale, Mary, 57 ; William, 58. 

Grimstoue, 'J'homas, 25. 

Grinaway. srr Greenaway. 

Grinnough, John, 48 ; Sarah. 48. 

Grise (Grize), Robert. 27; W'idow, 28. 

Grissell (Grisel), Elizabeth, 71, 84. 

Grome, William, 10. 

Groobe. Roger, 3 ; Saint, 3. 

Grout, Henry, 178. 

Grove. Dorothy. 66 ; Elizabeth, 156. 277 ; Fran- 
ces, 79 : John, 149; Margaret, 166; Mary, 
165; Rachaell. 161; Richard, 279; Sarah, 
136; Susanna, 240; Thomas, 238, 274; Wil- 
liam, 181, 264. 

Grubb. John. 293. 

Grundy (Grunday, Grundie), Marv. 244 ; Mi- 
chael, 234, 239; — , 244. 

Grydey, Rosey, 157. 

Grygorie, .we Gregory. 

Guest. Anne. 96 ; George. 96 (2), 99 : Jane, 99 ; 
William, 96. 

Guildersea (Gilder.sea), Anne. 242 ; Bridget. 
243 ; Elizabeth. 244 : James, 242, 252 ; John, 
242 (2), 244, 245, 248 ; Joseph, 245 ; see aho 
Gildersley. 



Guiles, see Gillis. 

Guilliams. -sec Gwilliams. 

Gunings. Marj*, 224. 

Gunton (Gunnton), Magdeline, 83. 

Gurney, Ann. 162; John, 139, 162; Thomas, 

225 ; —,142 (2). 
Gutteridg (Guddaridg), Georg, 35; John, 28; 

William. 28 ; xcc alxo Goodridge. 
Guttrie, John. 28 ; William. 28. 
Gwilliams (Guilliams). Mary, 213, 215; Mr., 

215 ; — , 3, 213, 214 (2). 215. 
Gwillim, Ann, 241 ; Devereux. 241. 
Gwyne (Gwin. Gwine), Mathewe, 202, 203, 206 

208, 209, 210, 212, 213. 
Gyles, sec Giles. 
Gynes, Elizabeth, 233. 



H 



Habin, James. 270. 

Hach. John, 27 ; Winifred. 27. 

Hacker. Amy, 17 ; Ann, 28 ; Fardinando. 37 ; 

Frances. 20 ; John, 26 ; Martha. 138 : Robert. 

25 ; Simon, 17, 20. 25. 26, 28 ; Simond. 37 (2)'. 
Hackett, Andrew. 207; Isaac. 173; Margreat, 

207. 
Hackney, Mary, 154. 
Hackshaw, Ann, 34 ; Thomas. 34. 
Hadditch. Alice, 69. 

Haden, J. C,, 198 (2), 199. 200 (2), 291, 292. 
Hadfeild. William, 44 ; — , 44. 
Hadingham. Susannah, 178. 
Hadwin, Elizabeth. 46 ; Thomas, 46. 
Hager, I'eter, 230 ;— , 230. 
Haggard, Caroline, 196. 
Haggens (Haeens). Enoch, 258 ; Hans, 269 ; 

Henry, 25S, 259 ; Martha, 258, 259,261 ; Wil- 
liam. 259. 
Hagley, Mary, 227 ; Thomas, 227, 229 (2). 
Hahu, Benjamin. 165. 
Haille, Richard, 236. 
Haines. Anne, 34 (2) ; Joseph, 115 ; Margaret. 

269; Mr., 17, 18; Thomas, 34 (2), 97; see 

aho Haynes. 
Halcom. Robert, 82 ; Sarah, 82. 
Hale. Aaron, 163, 171; Ann, 279; Barnard, 

230 ; Hannah. 163, 165 : Hannah Margaret. 

173; Jesse. 87: John, 160; Richard, 180; 

Robert, 172 ; Thomas, 87. 
Haleat, Andrew. 31 ; Margarett, 31. 
Halfhide, Edward, 192 ; Eliza, 194. 
Hall, Alee, 240 ; Andrew. 31, 32. 142 ; Ann. 78, 

130, 196, 200, 265.268 ; Arthur, 273 ; Carolus, 

255 ; Catherine, 258 ; Charles, 151 ; Elizabeth, 
31, 17(), 265 ; Ellinore, 85 ; Hannah, 96, 254 ; 
Henry. 71 ; Humphrey, 238 ; James, 255 (2) : 
Jane, 193. 282 ; John. 32, 34 (3), 96. 101 (2), 
198. 199, 203, 205, 238,' 252, 253 (2), 256, 258 ; 
John Aston, 253 ; Joseph, 252, 255 ; Margaret. 
151 ; Marmaduke, 130; Mary, 34, 1.55,2.56,259 ;' 
Nicholas, 265 ; Philemon. 13 ; Prudence, 113, 

256 (2). 258 ; Richard, 87 (2). 135, 151 ; Robert, 
144, 239; Rose, 252 (2); Sarah, 1.52, 228; 
Susannah, 197; Thomas, 254, 267, 268; 
Widow, 255 ; William, 13, 256 (2), 258, 263 ; 
W^ J.. 193 (24), 194 (20), 195 (20), 196(19), 
197 (12), 198(11). 199(19), 200 (15), 289 (19), 
290 (16), 291 (13). 292 (14), 293 (4). 

Hallam, Frances Elizabeth, 195 ; George, 191. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



329 



Hallamore (Hallemore), John. 220 ; Richard, 

220 ; William. 72. 
Halles. John, 2u;» : Sir John, 200. 
Halley (Halye). Dr., 16, 21 : Elizabeth. 16 ; 

William, 228. 
Hallidav, Elizabeth. 160 ; Sarah, 160 : Thomas. 

156. 
Hailing, Ann. 13!). 
Halsey (Hallse. Halses). Clement, 231 ; Daniel, 

3.5 (2), 38. 46. oS ; Ellen, 223 ; Richard, 38 ; 

— , 46. 
Ham, Richard. 38. 

Hambleton (Hambelton), Archibald, 100 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 2.59 : Frances, 96 ; James, 100 ; Joan, 

237 ; John, 259 ; Rebecca, 96. 
Hamcock, Robert, 12 ; Thomas, 12. 
Hamerton. Frances, 31. 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 93 ; Francis, 91 (2), 93 ; 

Michael, 191 : Rebecca, 148. 
Hammer. Abraham, 181 ; Elizabeth, 176 : Sarah, 

191. 
Hammon, Georfye, 1 : Henry, 239 ; Richard, 1 ; 

Robert, 239. 
Hammond, Ann, 172; Francis, 157; George, 

213 ; John, 3 ; Richard, 274. 
Hampton, Charlotte, 167, 169 ; Elizabeth, 168 ; 

George. 252 ; John, 73 ; Margarett, 7 ; Tho- 
mas. 166, 169 : William, 6, 7. 
Hamson. Ann, 248, 249, 250. 251 (3), 253, 255 

(2) ; James, 253 ; John, 248 : Sarah, 251 ; 
Thomas. 250 ; Thompson. 248, 249. 250, 251 
(2), 253, 255 ; William, 249. 

Hancock (Hancocke, Handcock), Alice, 137 ; 
Charles, 136 ; Edward, 135, 136, 137 (3). 139 ; 
Henry, 275 ; Hester, 272 ; John, 78 ; Mary, 
135 (2), 136. 137 C2) ; Mary Maria, 270; Ro- 
bert, 270 : Thomas, 273. 

Hand, Benjamyn, 27 ; Esther, 87 ; Goodman, 
20; Jane, 64 ; Peter, 17; William, 17;—, 
20. 

Hands (Handes). Elizabeth, 158 ; Widdow, 32. 

Hands worth, Carolina Tabitha, 164. 

Hankings, Thomas, 40. 

Hankinson, William, 65. 

Hanley, Mary, 275. 

Hansbrough, Frances Theodotia Craford, 75. 

Hansome, Isaack. 33 ; John. 33. 

Hanson, Elizabeth, 170; Henry, 31 ; John, 31 
(2), 36 ; Sir Robert, 68 (3), 233, 234 (2) ; 
Thomas, 31, 36 ; William, 70. 

Hansteg, Ann, 160. 

Han veil. Joseph Israel, 166 : Sarah, 166. 

Harbert (Harbart. Harbet, Harburt. Harbutt). 
Anne, 85; Elizabeth, 145, 236, 239; James, 
85. 87 ; Robert, 233, 239 (2), 240 (2) : Sarah, 
133 : Susanna. 239. 

Harbridge (Herbidg, Herbridge), Henary, 87 

(3) ; John, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 
Harbrow, Sarah, 174. 
Harcoate. Thomas. 25. 
Hardacre. Elizabeth, 268. 

Harden. Edward, 222 (3) ; George, 88 ; Thomas. 
222. 

Harding (Hardin), Ann, 122. 152, 171, 187, 241, 
255 : Catherine, 1 72 ; Easter, OS, 75 ; Ed- 
ward, 175, 218 (2), 248 ; Elizabeth, 135. 172, 
243 ; Frances, 237 ; George, 90, 91, 240, 241 ; 
James, 122 (2) ; John, 47, 65. 91, 135, 218 (2) ; 
Joseph, 172, 236, 237, 243 ; Lucy, 173 ; Hard- 
ing, 71 ; Margaret, 91, 135, 229 ; Mary, 90, 
1U2, 1'22, 133, 138, 240 ; Mary Ann, 170, 176 ; 
VOL. IV, 



Perfect, 167 ; Robert, 1 ; Sarah, 78, 169, 237 ; 
Silvester, 182; Susanna, 152; Thomas, 47, 
133. 152. 16S (2). 218 : Walter. 1 ; — , 218. 

Hard ley, Richard, 20. 

Hardson, Thomas, 142. 

Hardwick, Alice. 41 ; Ellin, 32, 41 ; Martha, 65 ; 
Mathew, 32. 

Hardy, Seth, 248 ; Susanna, 248. 

Hare (Heare), Ann, 120, 255 ; Anna, 95 ; John, 
113: Michael, 255,256; Rowland, 136, 153; 
Sarah, 146. 

Hargrave, Ann, 276 ; Sarah, 276. 

Hargrove, Jtishua, 82. 

Harington, William, 85. 

Haiiey (Harly). Anne, 245; Elizabeth, 131; 
George, 100 ; John, 144, 244. 245 ; Mary,-244. 

Harlow. Ann, 280 ; Elizabeth, 280 ; James, 279, 
280: John, 191,243; Mary, 155, 243 ; Robert, 
279. 

Harman (Harmon), Catherine, 166 ; Elizabeth, 
157 : Elizabeth Mary Ann, 155 ; Henry, 
110 ; Martin, 216, 217 (,2) ; Mary, 110 ; Sarah, 
110, 165 ; Thomas, 262. 

Harold, xec Herold. 

Haroy. Susannah, 144. 

Harpe (Harpp), Ann, 217 ; George, 217 ; John, 
203, 204, 205. 

Harper-, Ch.arles Edward, 156 : Henry, 88 ; 
John, 30 (2) ; Mary, 94. 

Harred (Harrade), Elizabeth. 263 ; Richard, 
263 ; Sarah, 259. 

Harris, Ann, 36, 41 ; Charles, 254 (2) ; David, 25 ; 
Elizabeth, 37. 138, 254 ; George, 153, 158, 161, 
175 ; Hannah. 158 : Henry, 31 ; Jane. 182.267; 
Joane. 12 : John, 37 (2), 52, 53, 141 ; Luke, 
31, 33 (3), 41 ; Martha, 279 (2) ; Mary Ann, 
159; Mary Catherine, 279 ; Morgan, 36; 
Phillida. 25 ; Richard, 81 (2), 83, 150 ; Ro- 
bert, 46, 53 ; Ruth, 183 ; Samuel, 60 ; Sarah, 
71 : Susannah, 79 ; Thomas, 45, 73, 164, 176, 
268 ; William, 12, 83 ; — , 46. 

Harrison (Harison, Harrisone), Anne, 245 ; 
Arthur, 15; Charles, 117; Dorothy, 99 ; Ed- 
mund, 21 (2), 27 (2), 31 ; Elizabeth, 18, 24, 
76 ; Francis, 22 ; Godfrey, 21 ; James. 11, 18, 
19, 24 ; Jane, 228 ; John, 22 (2), 26, 97, 147, 
228 (3) ; Jonathan. 78 ; Julian, 22 ; Mai-gery, 
117: Mary, lO ; Mattat, 50 (3): Nicholas, 
19. 21 (3). 23, 205 ; Precilla, 26 : Ralphe, 19. 
228 : Richard, 21 : Roger, 22. 204 ; Sarah, 
97; T., 196. 290; Thomas. 31, 76; Widdow, 
25 ; William, 7, 9, 10 (2), 229 ; — , 21 (2), 50. 

Harrogaite. Henry, 38. 

Harrogan. George, 196. 

Harrop (Harrup), Henry, 244 (2). 

Harrow, Ann, 156, 159 ; Henry, 161 ; Martha, 
158 ; Sarah, 155, 175. 

Harry, Mary, 173. 

Hart (Harte), Benjamin, 121 ; Bridgett, 257; 
Eaustus, 19; James, 179; John. 57; Mary, 
7t) ; Mathew, 12. 

Hartford, Elizabeth, 72. 

Hartland, John, 140. 

Hartley, Robert William Labrow, 291. 

Harton, John, 101 ; Rebecca, 101. 

Hartwell, Ann, 146; Elizabeth, 143; Mary, 
149 ; Samuel. 149 ; Sarah, 90, 149, 162 ; Tho- 
mas, 90 : William, 203. 

Harvey (Harve. Harvei, Harvy). Barbary, 6; 
Edmund. 77 : Jaiue, 70 ; John, 73, 167 ; 
Richard, 231 ; Sarah, 277 ; Thomas, 6. 

V V 



330 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



Harwick (Harweeke), Edward, 10, 32 ; Rog^er, 

10. 
Harwoock, Anna, 227 ; John, 227. 
Harwood, Anne, 137 ; Henry, 33 ; John, 72, 
110 ; Lyonell, 33 ; Mary, 133 ; Mr., 6. 

Haslewood (Hasellwood. Haselwood), Arthur, 
243; Simon, 170; Thomas, 242 (2). 243: 
William. 283. 
Hastingfs, Ann, 1.56 ; Elizabeth, 148 (2), 156 ; 
John, 148, 158, 163. 

Haswell, William, 193. 

Hatch (Hatches), James, 59 ; John, 35 (2), 37, 
44, 45, 51, 53, 58; Mary, 37; Sarah, 44, 51 ; 
-45. 

Hatchwell, Nathaniel, 282. 

Hatford, Mary, 273. 

Hathaway, Penelope, 139. 

Hatt, Andrew, 191. 

Hatton (Haton, Hatten), Frances, 239 ; Han- 
nah Eyall, 147 ; James, 240 ; Tomisen, 147. 

Haveden, Franses, 232. 

Havill, Francis, 224 ; James, 224. 

Haward, William, 38, 47. 

Hawes, Nathaniel, 42, 60 ; Thomas, 134. 

Hawker, Ann. 253, 254, 255; Beheter, 137; 
Elizabeth, 137, 253 (2). 254. 255 ; Hannah, 
137 ; Jane, 254 ; Mary, 253 ; Richard, 253 (2), 
254, 255; Robert, 137,281. 

Hawkes (Hawks), Ann. 183; Elizabeth, 276. 
278 : Elizabeth Jane, 199 ; John, 186 ; John 
Thomas, 198 ; Thomas Henry, 195. 

Hawkesworth. John, 268. 

Hawkins (Hawkines, Hawkings), Abigale, 23 ; 
Bethia Neale, 162; Eliza, 185; Elizabeth. 
38, 211; Frances, 14; Georg'e, 160; John^ 
161 ; Katherine, 209 ; Martha, 33 ; Mary, 
172; Richard, 284; Sarah, 283 ; Stephen, 
195 ; Susanna, 274 : Thomas, 2. 33, 34, 38, 
209, 211, 223 (2) ; William, 14, 19. 23, 73, 194 ; 
William Richard, 284 ; — , 34. 

Hawks, see Hawkes. 

Hawkshaw, Samuel, 271. 

Hawly, Edmund, 76 ; Katharine, 76. 

Hawtree, Elizabeth, 80 ; Richard, 80. 

Hawze, Emma, 290. 

Hay, Larance. 208 ; Mary Ann, 199. 

Haycock, William, 136. 

Haydon, Henry, 226 ; Richard, 231 ; Thomas, 
229 ; William, 1. 

Hayes (Haies, Hays, Heaies), Dr., 144, 263; 
James, 79 ; Margraret, 241 ; Richard, 63 ; 
William, 232. 

Hayman, Thomas, 63. 

Haynes, Edward, 20 (2) ; Mary, 89 ; Richard, 
6 ; Thomas, 89, 90, 168 ; William, 94 ; see 
also Haines. 

Haysell, John, 45 (2). 

Hayter, Ann. 249 ; Henry, 2 ; Sarah, 249 ; Tho- 
mas, 249, 252. 

Hay ward, Elizabeth, 220 ; George, 220, 223. 

Haywood, Mary, 158. 

Hazell, Ann, 160. 

Headford, Abraham, 276 ; Benjamin, 272 ; 
Robert, 273. 

Headle, John, 220. 

Heady, Martha, 63. 

Heaies, see Hayes. 

Hear, see Hare. 

Heardson, Ann, 174 ; Edward, 170, 172 ; 
George, 169; Hannah, 172: Mary Ann, 
172. 



Hearn, Elizabeth, 169. 
Hears, Marys, 153. 
Heartwell. Repent. 268. 

Heath, Ann, 91. 94 ; Elizabeth. 121 ; Georjre, 92 ; 
Joseph. 266 (2) : Robert, 12. 20, 23 (2) : Ruth, 
266 ; William, 91, 92, 94, 109, 142 ; — , 20. 
Heathcoat, John, 278. 
Hedding, John. 7. 

Hedgecock (Hedgcock). William, 250. 
Hedges, Charles, 74, 80, 81 (2) ; Sir Charles, 82, 
84 ; Elizabeth, 82 ; Ellinor, 84 ; George, 74 ; 
Jane, SO. 
Heebe, Fraunces, 201. 
Hefer, Thomas, 8. 
Heggenbottom, see Higginbottom. 
Heier, Ann. 273 ; John Henry, 271. 
Heiling, Roger, 136, 154 ; Ruth, 136 ; Susan- 
nah, 138; Thomas. 136. 
Hele, Elizabeth, 1-13.' 
Hell, John, 218 ; Mary, 218. 
Hellow, Charles. 65 ; Frances. 63 : Robert, &'>, 

T2. ' ■ ■ • 

Helm, Christopher, 277. 
Helve, Anne, 12. 
Hembrow, Elizabeth, 174. 
Hemingway, Elizabeth, 249: Harry, 249; 

John, 249, 2.50. 
Hemmett, Sible. 244. 

Hemmings (Hemings, Hemming), Anthony, 94 ; 
EdWard, 93 (2), 94. 98. 99, 125 ; Elizabeth, 
93, 98, 99 ; Francis, 94 ; Grace. 185 ; John, 88 ; 
Maria, 181 ; Mary, 90, 93. 98. 125 ; Richard, 
88, 90 (4) ; Thomas, 90, 166 ; William, 168. 
Hemon, Mary, 16. 
Hempson, Thompson, 258. 
Henchman, see Hinchman. 
Henley (Henly), Adam, 68 ; Sarah, 291. 
Henrichsen (Hinrichsen). George. 28'! : Jacob, 

181. 
Herbert (Herbart, Herbet), Elizabeth. 146, 241 ; 
Frederick James, 283 : George, 102 ; Isaac, 
102; Mary, 102; Robert. 241. 249; Sarah, 
191, 288. 
Hereford, Anne, 53 ; Elizabeth, 54. 
Heren, John, 7. 
Herholt, see Herold. 

Hernden (Herenden, Herindine, Heindon), 
Mary, 121; Sarah, 76; William, 67, 72, 74, 
75, 76. 
Heme (Hernn). Richard, 235 ; — , 225. 
Herold (Harold, Herholt, Herrold). Elizabeth, 
112, 135 ; George, 112 : Jacob, 112, 135, 138 ; 
James, 129. 
Herring, John, 153 ; Judith, 259. 
Hesery, Susannah, 14(). 
Heskines, Jeane, 210, 211. 
Hetchkoct, Jane, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 
Hewes, Anne, 43. 

Hewitt (Hewit), Dr., 44 : George, 227. 
Heydon, Richard, 226, 227 (2). 
Heymon (Heymond), Henry, 7, 15 : Jane, 9 ; 

John, 7 ; Joyce, 15 ; Widdow, 9, 15 (2). 
Heynes, Phillipe, 201. 

Hibart, Anne, 137; Mary, 137 ; William, 137. 
Hickinson (Hichison), Matthew, 239 ; William, 

239 (2). 
Hickman. William, 195. 
Hickox, Zachary, 98. 

Hicks (Hickes, Hix), Dorathy, 88 ; Edward, 3, 
4, 9 (2) ; George, 40 ; Hester, 37 ; Jeremy, 
37, 40, 60 ; Joseph, 53 ; Mary, 3, 53, 62 ; Sir 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



331 



Mich., 234 ; Richard, 4 ; Sarah, 101 ; Wil- 
liam, 49, 152. 

Hide, Thomas, 79, 237, 238. 

Hiditch, Amye. 73. 

Higd, —,215. ' 

Higden, John, 55. 

Hignfinbottom (Hego'enbottom, Higfgambottam, 
Higgombottom), Elizabeth, 24 ; Jane, 13 : 
John, 219; Thomas, 24(2), 26, 27; Tobyas, 
26 ; Widdovv, 13 ; — , 24. 

Higgins (Higgens), Ann, 274 ; Catherine, 145, 
275 ; Daniel, 2 ; Margaret, 164 : Sarah, 
274. 

Higginson (Higgingson, Higgison), Ann, 141, 
142; Dorothy, 6S ; Elizabeth, 65, 67, 75, 
76 (2), 95. 142 ; George, 138 ; John, 89, 127 ; 
Mary, 89 ; Michael, 68, 76, 107 ; Mr., 90 ; 
Phillip, 74 ; Rebecca, 127 : William, 95, 
127. 

Higgs, David. 133. 

Highhon (Higghhon, Highon), Christopher, 
241 (4), 242, 243, 244, 248, 253 ; Hannah, 
241 ; James, 242 ; Katharin, 244 ; Nathanel, 
241 ; Robert. 243 ; Sarah, 248. 

Highly. Elizabeth. 118; John. 118 ; Margaret, 
115 ; Mary, 118. 

Highraore, Ann, 124 ; Lydia, 124 ; Mary, 153 ; 
Xathaniel, 124. 

Hight, Margerie, 232. 

Higley, Margaret, 115. 

HignoU. John, 35. 

Hignot. Thomas, 38 (2). 

Hilbourn. Elizabeth, 167 ; Jane, 167. 

Hildred, Charlotte, 284 ; Elizabeth, 284 ; Mary, 
285. 

Hill, Ann, 34, 36, 143, 167. 169, 170, 229 ; Ed- 
ward, 34 (2), 35, 227 ; Eliza, 287 ; Elizabeth, 
54. 81, 111 (2), 126. 151, 157, 231, 287; 
Epaphroditus, 149 ; George, 111, 126, 142 (2), 
147, 151; Hannah, 210, 230; Humphrey, 
164: James, 35 (2), 36; Jane, 35; Joane, 
201 ; John, 34, 35. 61, 102, 149 (2), 151, 153, 
210 (2), 213 : Jone. 227 ; Margaret, 151 ; 
Mary. 149 (2), 151, 173, 228; Mary Ann, 
291 ; Michaell, 201 ; Richard, 228, 229, 230, 
231; Robert, 181, 278, 290; Sarah, 66, 147; 
Sophia Charlotte, 165 ; Stephen, 168 ; Susan, 
100(2), 102 ; Thomas, 149, 162, 166, 174, 211 ; 
Timothy, 290; Urssulae, 210; William, 151, 
162. 175 ; — . 270. 

Hilliard (Hillyard), Amelia, 193 ; James, 272 ; 
Jonathan, 268, 277 ; Katharine, 37 ; Mr., 37 ; 
Richard, 37 ; Thomas, 269, 271 ; William, 
271. 

Hilling, James, 141. 

Hillman, Ann, 121 ; Mary, 121 ; Thomas, 121. 

Hilton, Elizabeth, 158; Julia, 159; Richard, 
154. 

Himmons, Richard, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 

Hinch, Simond, 43, 46 ; — , 43, 46. 

Hinchman (Henchman, Hinsraan), Barbara, 
113; Catherine, 125; Catherine Henshman, 
125 ; Edward, 125 ; Elizabeth, 91, 94 ; Fran- 
cis, 93 ; John, 118 ; Katherine, 88 ; Moses, 
99 ; Sarah, 104, 131 ; Thomas, 91 (3), 93. 94, 
99, 104, 113, 118, 125 ; William, 104. 

Hinckley (Hinkly), Mary, 125. 

Hinks, Mary, 159. 

Hinrichsen, tee Henrichsen. 

Hinsman, see Hinchman. 

Hinton, Ann, 128, 265 ; Joseph, 266 (2), 267 ; 



Joseph Stevenson, 266 ; Mary, 266 (3); Peter, 
261. 

Hirst, Thomas William, 285. 

Hitchon, William, 192. 

Hix, see Hicks. 

Hlwigg, Thomasin, 166. 

Hoaleman. see Holman. 

Hobbs (Hobs). Elizabeth, 262, 291 ; Katherin, 
27 ; Mary, 156 ; Sarah, 292. 

Hobland, Elizabeth, 62 ; James, 62, 72. 

Hoblin (Hobline), Sarah, 77. 

Hockley, John, 233. 

Hodes, Samuel, 256 ; Susannah, 256. 

Hodges (Hoges), Ann, 271, 283 ; Daniel, 180, 
270 ; Elizabeth, 240 (2) ; Frances, 43 ; Mary, 
122 ; Mary Pauling, 268 ; Robart, 240. 

Hodgkins, Mary Maria, 276. 

Hodgkinson (Hoglinson), Mary, 68, 89 ; Rich- 
ard, 47 (2) ; Thomas, 92. 

Hodgskins, Mary, 237 ; Thomas, 237. 

Hodgson, Margaret, 277. 

Hodsden, Ann, 72. 

Hodson. James, 165 ; Martha, 165 ; Samuel, 
174 ; Susanna, 166 ; Thomas, 181. 

Hogard, Catherine, 169. 

Hoggs, Widdow, 19. 

Hoghkins, Francis, 11. 

Hogsflesh, John, 30 ; Mary, 30 ; Mrs., 30. 

Hog wood. Caroline, 196. 

Holbine (Holbem, Holbin), Elizabeth, 129, 133 ; 
Hannah, 133 ; John, 3 ; Mary, 3 ; Samuel, 
133 (2). 

Holbrook (Holebrook, Hollbroock). Charlotte, 
172 ; Elias, 247 ; Elizabeth, 247 ; John, 174 ; 
Mary, 247. 

Holding, Elizabeth, 6 ; Richard, 6. 

Holdsworth, Christian, 234 ; Roger, 234. 

Holland, Catherine, 101 ; Elizabeth, 85 ; John, 
96 ; Mary, 260 ; Presiela, 96 ; Thomas, 269 ; 
Willi.-im, 101. 

Holliday, Ann, 158 ; Susanna, 70. 

HoUimore (Hollymor). Abraham, 224 ; Benja- 
min, 225 ; Elizabeth, 222 ; Richard. 222 (2), 
224, 225. 

HoUinshed (Hollinhead), Frances, 58 ; John, 
215 ; Robert, 215. 

Hollinsworth (Hollandworth, Hollinworth), 
Francis, 225, 227 ; Hannah, 244 ; Phillis, 227 ; 
Rinall, 221 ; Thomas, 244. 

HoUis (Holleis), Elizabeth, 255; James, 266; 
John, 254, 266 ; Mary, 72 ; Samuel, 254 ; 
Sarah, 69, 232, 233, 254, 263 ; William, 76 (2). 

Holloway, William, 178. 

HoUowell, Edward, 6. 

HoUyland. Mr., 10. 

Holman (Hoaleman, Holeman), Alice. 237 ; 
Ann, 238 ; Charity. 218 ; Edward,' 240 ; 
Frances, 250 ; Hannah, 144 ; John, 102, 237 
(2), 238(3), 254 ; Katherine, 248 : Mark, 145, 
173, 248 (2), 2.50. 254; Mary, 132, 152, 237, 
248 (2), 254 ; Richard, 238 ; Thomas, 238. 

Holmes (Homes), Abhame, 3 ; Dorothy, 133 ; 
Elizabeth,2, 115, 171 ; James, 171, 279 ; John, 
6, 117, 123, 125. 129 (2), 135, 141, 144, 221, 
263 ; Mary, 20, 52, 111 (2), 115, 117, 123, 125 ; 
Mary Anuabella, 154; Prudence, 123, 125, 
129, 157 ; Richard, 276 ; Robart, 47 ; Sarah, 
117, 137, 175, 277; Thomas, 111, 115; Wil- 
liam, 1 (2), 2, 3, 6, 20, 279. 

Holos (Holus), Humphrey, 69. 

Holraid, Isaac, 132. 



332 REGISTEKS OF ST. BENE*T AND ST. PETER, PAULAS WHARf. 



Holt (Hoult), Arthur, 230; John, 15. 

Holthe, Mrs., 202. 

Home, Alice, 174. 

Homer, John, 123. 

Homes, see Holmes. 

Homewood, Eliza, 194. 

Hone, Ann, 56 ; Edward, 58 ; John, 182 ; Re- 
becca, 58. 

Hood, Elizabeth, 200 ; Elizabeth Maria, 163 ; 
Francis, 129 ; George, 245 ; Marthaj 101 ; 
Mary, 105, 118, 244; Susanna. 197; Tho- 
mas, 244, 245 (2), 251; William, 101, 105 
(2), 118(2). 

Hook (Hooke), Anne, 245 ; Sarah, 234. 

Hooker, William, 158. 

Hooper, Christopher, 26 ; Jane, 18 : John, 57 ; 
William, 18. 

Hopkins, Abigail, 82, 123 ; Elizabeth. 89, 172 : 
Jane, 101 ; Jone, 101 ; Joseph, 82. 89,99, 123. 
126, 256 ; Marj', 99, 126, 128 ; Rachel, 149 ; Re- 
becca, 126, 128 ; Richard, 126, 128, 172 ; Wil- 
liam, 101. 

Hoppey, Charity, 149, 151 ; John, 149, 151 ; 
Phillis, 149, 151. 

Hopton, William, 35. 

Hopwood, John, 24. 

Horder, Mary, 274; Mary Ann, 179; Sophia 
Matilda, 274 ; William George, 179. 

Hore, Dyonis, 10; Joane, 212; Judith, 212; 
Mr., 202 ; William, 212 (2). 

Horeham, Alice, 17 ; Dyonis, 17. 

Hornby, Mary, 163. 

Home, Charles, 164, 168, 171, 272, 273 ; Edward, 
169, 177; Jane, 160, 17Q ; John, 160, 164; 
Margaret, 258 ; Martha, 259 ; Rachel, 177 ; 
Richard, 258, 259 ; Thomas, 259. 

Horneblow (Hornneblow), William, 242. 

Hornech, George, 143. 

Horner, Martha, 141. 

Hornsby (Hornesby, Hornsbey), Ann, 163 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 163, 165 ; Jane, 170 ; John, 167 ; Ro- 
bert, 167. 

Horsell, Edward, 23, 25 ; Marie, 23. 

Horsfall. John, 171. 

Horsley. Anne, 133. 

Hort, Sarah, 110; Thomas, 110. 

Horton, John, 100, 128; Maria, 100; Mary, 
128. 

Hoskin, Susanna, 165. 

Houblon (Houbland, Hubland), Catherine, 124 ; 
James, 100 ; Mr., 99 ; Sarah. 129 ; Winn, 
1U6 ; Wynne, 106. 

Houghton, Frances, 290 ; Isabella, 172 ; James, 
289 ; John, 290 ; William, 290. 

Houlden, Elizabeth, 193. 

Hoult, xcc Holt. 

Houlton, John, 174 ; Young Charles, 287. 

Hounbleton, Anturne, 221. 

Hounson, Elizabeth, 74. 

Hourd, — , 221. 

Hovull, Wyllam, 217. 

How, Anne, 235 ; Elizabeth. 82 ; Hannah, 67, 
10.5,235; Henry, 77 ; John, 67,74, 77, 81 (2). 82, 
105. 113 ; Mary. 270 ; Mr., 99 : Rebecca, 139 ; 
Richard, 98. 112, 135, 244; Robert, 8S, 98; 
Sarah, 112; Thos., 269. 

Howard, Abraham, 73; Ann. 171; Hannah, 
175 ; Mary, 68 (3), 70; Thomas, 71, 73, 172 ; 
William, 281. 

Howde, Isabell, 45. 

Howell (Howel), Ann, 21, 119 (2) ; Elizabeth, 



190 ; Frances, 287 ; James, 199 ; John, 179 ; 
John George, 193 ; Mary, 178 ; Mr., 21 ; Tho- 
mas, 72, 119. 

Howes, Anne, 39 ; Dorothy, 61 ; James, 39 (2), 
61 ; Thomas, 42 ; Widdow, 29 ; — , 39, 42. 

Howkin (Howkine), John, 219; Susana, 221; 
Thomas, 219, 221. 

Howlbridge, Alice, 230. 

Howshall, Jane. 277. 

Howson (Houson), Jane, 100 ; John, 24, 37, 38, 
39 (2), 50 ; Mary, 39 ; Mr., 40 (2) ; Presilla, 
39 ; Sarah, 37 ; Thomas, 24. 

Hubbard (Huberd). Agnes, 3 (2) ; Susannah, 
145. 

Hubland, >>.ve Houblon. 

Hublon, Sir James, 90. 

Hucker, Bethiah, 138. 

Hudson (Hudsson), Edward, 48; George, 177 ; 
Hannah, 174 ; John, 70 (2) ; Jone, 42 ; Mar- 
maduck, 26 ; Mary. 218 ; Maryan, 217 ; Rich- 
ard, 26, 37. 42 ; Sarah, 287 ; Thomas, 217, 218, 
288 ; — , 48. 

Huester, Mary, 57. 

HufEeild, Cassia, 56 ; Thomas, 57. 

Huffman, Elizabeth, 148. 

Hughes, Benjamin, 140: Christopher, 213; 
Diana, 138; EJizabeth. 142, 2.56 (2), 279; 
Henry, 146 ; John, 104 ; Mary, 146 (2) ; Mr., 
27 ; Owen. 144 ; Richard, 2 ; Sarah, 141 ; 
William, 163, 176, 256 ; —,21. 

Huhins, John, 29. 

Hulett, Charles, 32 ; William, 32. 

Hulford, John, 157 ; Samuel, 156. 

Hull, Ann, 122; Elizabeth. 116; William, 116, 
122. 

Humble, Joseph, 269. 

Humbleton, Steven, 220. 

Humphrey, John, 150 ; Jonah, 146. 

Humphreys (Humfryes, Humphres, Humphries, 
Humphryes, Humphrys), Alice, 144: Ann, 
147, 151, 167; Elizabeth, 178; John, 98; 
Maria, 247 ; Mary, 13 ; Mr., 13 (2) ; Mrs., 
14 ; Richard, 269 ; Robert, 247 ; Sarah, 98 ; 
Susanna, 173 ; Thomas, 247. 

Hundsson, »ec Hunsdon. 

Hunlock, George, 101". 

Hunsdon (Hundsdon, Hundsson, Hunsdeu), 
John, 13 (2) ; Lady, 2 : Mary, 77 ; Reynold, 
31 ; — , 29, 44, 51. 

Hunt (Huntt), An. 216 ; Charles, 20 ; Diones, 
20 ; Edward, 10 ; Elizabeth, 11 (2), 26, 231 ; 
Ellin. 229 : Frances, 47 : Henry, 38, 54 ; 
James, 17, 60 ; John, 28, 224 (2), 228(2), 229, 
231 ; Joseph, 39 ; Katherin, 26 ; Lewis, 26, 
223, 228 ; Margarett, 19 ; Margery, 33 ; 
Maiy, 71, 148, 197 ; Mr., 35 ; Nicholas, 21 (2), 
45, 224 ; Phillip, 45, 47 ; Susan, 17 : Thomas, 
22, 172 ; William, 9, 11, 13. 17 (2), 19, 26. 28, 
33 (2), 35 (2), 38, 39, 61, 93, 216, 223; — , 
22 (4). 

Hunter, Elizabeth, 113, 118, 121(2); Frank, 
145 : John, 118; Sarah, 113 ; Tilney, 113 (2), 
118, 121, 123; — , 262. 

Huntersgroom, Elizabeth, 60. 

Huntingford, Elizabeth, 231 ; Frances, 230 ; 
Francis, 230, 231 (2). 

Huntley, Richard, 23 ; Thomas, 203. 

Hurd, James. 219. 

Hurdt, Mr., 82 ; Sarah, 82. 

Hurford, William, 171. 

Hurley, Robert, 21 ; William, 16. 



Index noMinXiM. 



333 



Hurry. John, 267 ; Mary, 267 (2). 

Hurst, Ann. 230; Elizabeth. 229; John, 229, 

230 ; Margarett, 21 ; Mary. 171). 
Hurt, William, 99. 
Husband, Susannah. 279. 
Hussey (Husse), Edward, 227 ; James, 78 ; — , 

227. 
Hussou, Barbarey, 236. 
Huster, John, 231. 
Hutchinson (Hutchinsone), Dorothie, 207 ; 

Elizabeth. .57. 104 : John, 70 ; Mary. .51. 104 ; 

Osmond. 46, 47, 51, 58 ; Rowland. 206, 207 ; 

William, 104 ; — , 46. 
Huton (Harton), John, 101 ; Rebecca, 101. 
Hutson, Tabitha. 150. 
Huxley. Hannah, 172. 

Hyatt (Hyat), Elizabeth, 208 ; .Jeames. 208 (2). 
Hycraft. Margarett, 92 ; Robert. 92, 93. 
Hyde, Joseph, 67 ; Mary, 64 ; Susan, 228. 
Hymore. Edward, 118 : Mary. 118. 
Hynde, Elizabeth. 278. 
Hyons (Hyam), Christopher, 239 (5) ; Susanna. 

239. 



Ibbetson (Ibberson, Ibbutson. Iberson. Ibutson). 

Catherine, 131, 134, 137, 149 (2). 150; 

Eleanor. Ill, 130; Ellen, i34 : Henry, HI. 

131, 134, 137. 149, 159 ; Henry Bridges, 136; 

John, 111; John V^aj'ne, 137; Mary, 131, 

147 ; William, 145. 
Idle, Jeremiah, 136 ; Michael. 259. 
lies, William, 191. 
Iliffe, Charles, 28 1 : Rebecca, 178. 
llling. Eleanor, 254, 256 (2) ; John. 256 ; 

Liddia, 143 ; Samuel, 254 (2). 256 (2). 
Ilsley, John, 187. 
Inarwangau, Dedirick, 166. 
Ince, Charles, 135 ; Thomas, 169 ; — . 155. 
Ing-, Charles. 65. 
Ingersoll (Ingersall). Clement, 31 ; Elizabeth, 

31, 32; Mrs., 31 ; Robert, 32. 
Ingerstalle, Ro., 30. 
Ingram (Ingrame), Ann, 129 ; Elizabeth, 129 ; 

John, 129 ; William. 146. 
Inman, Elizabeth, 221 ; Ellen, 216 ; Henry, 

215. 216, 217, 218, 219 (3). 221 (3) ; James. 9 ; 

John, 217. 218; Jude. 221: Margery. 215; 

Widdow. 9 ; William, 9 ; —,219 (3). 
Instance, Mary, 132. 
Inwood, John. 145 ; Sarah. 145 ; William, 

186. 
Ireland (Irlaud), Edward, 136, 137 (3). 139 

Eleanor, 134 ; Jaine, 51 ; John. 136 ; .Joseph 

134 : Mary. ' 136, 137 (2), 143, 219, 274 

Rebecca, 135 ; Samuel. 134 ; Thomas, 137 

219, 221. 
Ireson (Iresonne), Mathew, 40 (2) ; Sarah, 54. 
Ironmonger, Elizabeth, 63. 
Isaacson, Stephen, 194 (2), 195. 
Ithell (Ithel). Elizabeth, 87 ; Jane. 95 ; John, 

87, 95, 102 (2). 
Ivers. Daniel. 255 ; James, 255 ; Martha. 255. 
Ivery, Thomas, 228 ; — , 228. 
Izzard(Iszard. Izard), Anthony, 34. 60; Grrizell, 

34 ; Hannah, 6ii ; Martha, 61 ; Mary, 64 ; 

Samuel, 64. 



(-')• 



Elizabeth, 



Marv. 155, 
196 :"'Trtw. 



.Jackett, Sarah, 254. 

Jackler, Thomas, 7. 

Jackson (Jacksonne). Anne, 47, 91 ; Elizabeth, 
125; Francis. 127 ; Jane, 179: John. 25. 50, 
59 ; Mary. 39, 125, 217 : Mrs., 25 : Nathaniel 1, 
52 ; Ralph, 23, 217 (3) ; Thomas, 47 ; Wil- 
liam, 125, 301 : — . 50. 

Jacob, Elizabeth. 90 ': John. 90. 92 (2). 

James, Ann. 266 ; Elizabeth, 70 ; Henry, 172 ; 
Jane. 2 ; Jeremiah, 165 ; John, 77, 79 ; Mary, 
78 ; Thomas, 77. 

Janes, Barnard. 35 ; Widdow, 36. 

Jaques, Elizabeth, 191 ; Thomas, 189. 

Jaquinta. Elizabeth. 34. 

Jarman (Jarmain), Edward, 244, 257 ; Eliza- 
beth, 244 ; Jane, 260. 

Jarrads. George, 34. 

.larrett (Jarett). Anne, 35 ; George, 

Jarvis, Charles, 292 ; Stanley, 292. 

Jason, Robert, 78 ; Sir Robert, 78. 

Jeanes. Welch. 210. 

Jebb, Deborah. 271 : Edward. 269 
269, 275 : John. 273 ; Mary. 270, 271. 

•Jeffords (Giffards), Susanna. 119. 

Jeffries (Jeffereys, Jefferies. Jefferis. Jefferyes), 
Christopher. 232 ; Edward. 69 ; Frances, 7 : 
Jaine, 239 : Mary, 5 ; Oliver. 5. 7. 11. 12. 16, 
18 (2), 20 ; Robert, 1() ; William. 256. 

Jegon. Ann. 194; Charlotte. 162: 
162; Mary Ann. 192; Sarah, 
157, 177 : William Atkius, 162. 

Jelly, Grace. 4 ; John, 4. 

Jelous (Jealeous, Jealious). Henry. 67. 78. 

Jemitt. Elizabeth. 259 ; John. 259 ; 3Iary, 
259. ■ 

Jenkins (Ginkins, Jenkyns. Jinkins), Ann, (i5 ; 
I'arbarae, 2U4 ; James, 142 ; John. 65 ; Mary, 
154, 159 ; Richard. 142 ; Sarah, 164 ; Simon, 
204 : Thomas. 163. 

Jenner, John, 145 ; Robert, 145. 

Jennings (Genings. Jenings. Jinings, Jinnings), 
Edward. 154 : Klizabeth, 80, 103 ; John P.ent, 
194; Robert, 76; Sarah, 284; Thomas, 270; 
William, 33, 273. 

Jephson (Jepsey, Jepson), John. S:). 96 ; Mary, 
81,83, 10(i. 

Jermain, Edward. 257. 

Jernigan. Lady de la Chambers. 226 : Henry, 
226 ; William, 226. 

Jerson, Mathew. 41, 49 (2) ; Sarah, 41. 

Jesper, John, 83. 

Jesson, George, 12 ; John, 12. 

Jewell, — , 207. 

Jewett (Jewitt), Mary. 286 ; Nurse, 226. 

Jiggon, John, 133 ; Martha, 133. 

Jinaker (Ginaker, Jiniker), Elizabeth, 80 ; 
John, 82 ; Rebecca, 64. 

Jinway, Hanua, 85 ; Richard, 85. 

Joachim, Johani. 268. 

Johns. Goodman. 32. 

Johnson (^Jonson). Anne, 4, 85, 276 : Arnoll, 
202: Benjamin. 47; Catherine, lOl : Corne- 
lius, 132; Dorcus. 225; Edmund, 136; Ed- 
ward. 33, 61 ; Elinor, 12 ; Frances, 186 ; 
George, 33, 244 ; Gyles. 61 ; Hannah, 153 ; 
John. 92. 95, 139 ; Jone, 12 ; Martha, 48, 138, 
188 ; Mary, 2. 50 ; Nicholas, 98 ; Peter, 4, 
15 ; Richard, 126 ; Roger, 159 ; Sarah. 136 ; 
Sarah Eleanor, 197 ; Susanna, 227 ; Thomas, 



334 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



2, 4. 12. 21, 44, 48, 55; William. 65 (2), 91, 
186, 225, 227, 243 (2), 277 ; — , 44, 50, 143. 

Johnston. Amelia, 277. 

Jolly (JoUey), Edward, 93 ; John, 93, 134 ; 
Susanna, 139. 

Joue. Ferdinand. 216 ; Ferdinando, 216. 

Jones (Joanes, Jonnes. Joons), Andrew, 269 ; 
Angel, 107; Ann, 33, 82, 95, 107, 152, 226, 
228, 257 ; Barbara, 2.")0 ; Benjamin, 242 ; Ber- 
nard, 5 ; Bridy:et, 117 ; Catherine, 109. 202 ; 
Charles, 118 (2), 166. 248: Christopher, 248, 
258; Clark, 238. 242; David. 38, 76, 84; 
Debora, 89; Dorothy, 8, 126, 129, 130; Ed- 
ward, 162, 263. 2<:4, 265 ; Kleanor. 153 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 54, 61, 69. Ill (2), 117, 118 (4), 129, 
133, 151. 158, 159, 169. 182, 213, 227, 244, 256. 
264 ; Ellin, 215 : Esther, 125, 248 : Euestiee; 
76; Evan. 104. 109. Ill (2); Frances, 105; 
Georg-e, 166, 244 ; Gilbert, 16; Goodwife. 31, 

32, 39 ; Hannah, 103. 104, 118 ; Harriet, 284 ; 
Henry, 54 ; Hester, 259 ; Hew, 215 ; Hugh, 
117,118,153,211,213.232; Ignat, 53; Inigoe. 
40; Jane, 8, 131, 137, 163; Jeremiah, 118; 
John. 69. 75, 98, 100, 105. 108, 126 (2), 129, 

136, 167, 190, 256, 262, 264, 26.5, 269, 270 ; Jo- 
seph, 154 ; Josianah, 232 ; Judith, 35 ; Kathe- 
rine. 5. 76 ; Lucy, 264 ; Margaret, 8. 104, 109, 
111 (2), 118 (2). 122, 264 ; Margery, 4 ; Maria, 
181 ; Martha. 248 ; Mary, 88, 100(2), 103, 105, 
124, 145, 148. 158, 182, 186, 212,265; Mary 
Ann, 286 ; Mathew. 5, 8 (2), 22, 23, 38 (2), 
219 ; Michael, 271 : Mildred, 125, 127 (2), 
128, 133, 137 ; Morris, 1, 5, 8 (2), 19, 226 ; 
Moses, lis ; Mrs., 141 ; Xathaniell, 1 ; Nicho- 
las, 257; Olliver, 204; Owen. 194; Fearse, 
211, 212 (2), 213, 214; Randall. 244; Rebecca, 
33 (2) ; Richard, 13. 32 (2). 73, 88, 95. 98, 103, 
104 (2). 107, 148, 202, 226. 280, 282 ; Robert, 

33, 57, 153, 168 : Roger, 202. 204 ; Ruth. 94, 
132 ; Samuel, 98, 103, 125. 127, 128 (2), 133, 

137, 142 (2); Sarah, 149, 152 (2), 153. 261, 
268, 275 ; Susanna, 152 ; Tabitha, 21:! ; Tho- 
mas, 33. 7.5, 122. 131, 135, 145 (2). 149, 156, 
162, 171, 182. 228 (2) ; William, 22. 69,89(2), 
103, 129, 149. 152 (2). 173, 174, 181, 248, 2-50 
(2), 25(;, 276 ; — , 8, 16, 32 (2), 142, 257. 

Jordan (Jourden), Jane, 156 ; Joseph, 70 ; Tho- 
mas, 7 ; — ,12. 

Jordween, Richard, 221 (2) ; Suzana, 221. 

Jormau. John, 23 ; Margaret, 23. 

Josiah, Mary, 142. 

Joslyn (Jossling), Anthony, 37 ; Thomas, 262. 

Jowres, -see I vers. 

Joy (Joye), Francis, 78 ; Nathaniel, 80. 

Joyn(Joun, Joynn), Ann. 218, 219 ; Ferdinando, 
216 (2), 217 (2), 218, 219. 

Joyner, Barnaby, 207 ; Lancelot. 67 ; Mary. 
65. 

Jucks, Charles, 196. 

Juery, Mary, 225 ; Sarah, 225 ; Thomas, 225 (4). 

Julian, — , 22. 

Jurdin, Elizabeth. 219; Richard, 219 (2); 
Sara, 219. 

Juxon. John, 42. 



K 



Kan, Alexander, 267 ; Henry, 267 ; Sarah, 267. 
Katch. sec Ketch. 

Katharines, Abraham, 238 ; Edward, 11, 17 (2) ; 
Elizabeth, 17; Grace, 17. 



Kauffman (Kawfman), John, 51, 61 ; Thomas, 
51. 

Kavanagh. Dennis, 289. 

Kay, Mary, 194. 

Kearley, William, 165. 

Kease, Thomas, 51. 

Keate, Thomas, 175. 

Keath, John, 238 ; Mary, 238. 

Keble (Kebeel, Keeble), Christopher, 111 (2), 
113. 114, 121 (3), 131; Isabella, 112 ; John, 
112, 121, 123: Joseph. 112, 114; Mary, 111, 
113 (2). 114, 121 (2), 131 ; Sarah, 123 ; Tho- 
mas, 131. 

Kedar (Keder), Bartholomew, 51 (2) ; Katha- 
rine. 56 ; William, 61. 

Keene! B., 166, 167 (4), 168 (2), 169 (2), 170 (2), 
274 (4), 275 (3); Robert, 13, 72. 

Keenes, Elinor, 77 ; Susan, 76 ; Thomas, 45. 

Keighly (Keilley, Kyelli), Elizabeth, 146, 148 ; 
Mary, 146 ; Thomas, 151. 

Keiling, Mary, 272. 

Keller, Elizabeth, 195. 

Kelly (Kelley), Catherine. 108 ; John, 280 ; 
Robert, 132 ; Thomas, 176 ; William, 166. 

Kemp (Kempe, Kempt), Anne, 94, 106 ; Eliza- 
beth. 254 ; Francis, 17. 19 ; George, 84 ; 
Hannah, 254 ; Joane, 11 ; John, 6, 9, 88, 94 ; 
Mary, 94 ; Phebe, 9 ; Robart, 34 ; Thomas, 6, 
254 ; VViddow, 9 ; William, 88. 

Kempton, Beniamin, 87 ; Sarah, 77 (2). 

Kenche, Hannah, 241. 

Kendall (Kendell), John, 174, 218 ; John Mor- 
ris. 174 ; — , 218. 

Kending, Harman, 279. 

Kennard (Kinnard), Cattrine. 218. 222 ; John, 
217, 218, 219 (2), 222 (2) ; — , 217, 218, 219. 

Kennedy, Angus, 274 ; Mary, 273. 

Kennington, Mary, 188. 

Kent. Dinah. 123 ; John. 123 ; Mary. 99 ; Peter, 
49 : Sarah. 123 ; William, 99 ; —,49. 

Kerby, sec Kirby. 

Kerchvey, Elizabeth, 27 ; Hugh, 27. 

Kerfoot, John, 85 ; Mary, 85 ; Sarah, 85. 

Kerr. Hanna Maria, 152; James, 152; Wine- 
fred. 152. 

Kerton. Mr..' 4, 9, 10, 21 ; Mrs., 10 ; Thomas, 
4(2), 17(2). 

Ketch (Catch. Katch), Joanna, 247, 252 : John, 
247, 252, 254 ; Mary, 76 ; Sarah, 247 ; Tho- 
mas, 78, 237. 

Ketley, Mary Ann, 282. 

Ketling (Ketlen, Kettlen), Elizabeth, 282, 291 ; 
Jane, 280 ; Jemima. 281 ; Thomas, 283. 

Ke\'. Ead3'. 253 ; John, 253. 

Kibble, Eleanor, 191 ; Sarah, 284. 

Kictson, John, 240 ; Jone, 240. 

Kidder. Dorotha, 74. 

Kiffitt (Ciffitt, Kiffith, Kiftith), Elizabeth, 79, 
82 (2) : James, 80 (2), 82 (2), 

Kilcen, Patrick, 271. 

Killick, Ann, 175 ; Henry, 174 ; John, 31 (3) ; 
Mary, 175 ; Sarah, 175 ; — , 31. 

Killington, Francis. 82 ; Thomas, 82. 

Kilpatrick, Jane. 276 ; William. 278. 

Kilsby, Thomas, 181. 

Kinde. John, 201, 202, 203 (2), 204, 205 (2), 206 
(3), 207 (2), 208 (2). 

King (Kinge), Ann, 26, 65, 74, 91, 259 ; Cathe- 
rine, 259 (2) ; Charles, 77. 96 (2), 98, 99, 102 
(2), 257 (2), 258 (2), 262 ; Charles William 
Henry, 193 ; Deborah, 268 ; Edward Kymish, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



335 



277 ; Elizabeth, 17, 30, 66, 80, 102 (2), 130 ; 
Francis, 15 ; Frederick. 171 ; Gabrill, 37 ; 
George, 80, 83 (2), 90, '.»1. 103 ; Grace, 203 : 
Gregory. 91, 103 : Hannah. 2.}8 : Jane, 99, 130, 
196, 257, 258; Jemima, 121 ; John, 57, 108 
(2) ; Jone, 97 ; Martha, 90 : Mary, 26, 98, 99, 
108 (2), 260 ; Nathaniell, 22, 24 (2), 26 (2). 
27 (2), 30, 31, 37 (2) : Peter, 259 (2); Richard, 
259 ; Sara, 31 ; Susanna. 108 ; Thomas. 21 
(2), 227 ; William, 91, 

Kingsbury (Kingbury), Ann, 219 ; James, 219 ; 
Susan, 219. 

Kingston (Kinson), Ann. 251 ; Johanna, 279 ; 
John, 213 ; Robert, 242 (3), 243 ; Thomas. 
33 ; William, 242. 

Kinnard, see Kennard. 

Kinshen, William, 166. 

Kipling (Kiplin), Elizabeth, 96: Henry, 110: 
John, 107 ; Judith, 107, 110, 130 ; Mary, 136 ; 
Sarah, 141 ; Thomas. 96, 100 (2), 107, 110. 
136. 

Kirby (Kerbie, Kerby), Edmond, 239 ; James, 
239 ; John, 86 (2), 112, 116 ; Martha Clifford, 
112; Mary Ann, 167; Sarah, 94; Thomas, 
15. 

Kirchnell, Elizabeth. 27. 

Kirk (Cirke), Nathaniel, 127. 

Kirkby, Sarah, 276. 

Kirkham, Alice, 26 ; Richard, 26. 

Kirkman, Ann, 141. 

Kirksonn, Elizabeth, 49 ; Thomas, 49. 

Kitchin, James, 26. 27 ; Samuel. 26 ; Sara, 27. 

Kitchiner, Peter, 98 (2). 

Kitching (Kitchen), Rebecca, 110; Thomas, 
110. 

Kitling, Ann, 280. 

Kittle, William, 285. 

Knapp, H. J., 193, 195, 292. 

Knapton. James, 110. 

Knatt, Water, 44. 

Knell. Elizabeth, 52 ; John. 53 ; Paule, 48, 52. 
53, 229 (2) ; — , 48. 

Knettle, Elizabeth, 170 ; John Godfree, 170. 

Knight (Knighte). Alexander Hamilton, 97 ; 
Andrew, 17, 18, 24 ; Anne. 13. 232, 239 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 17, 56, 151, 275 ; George, 58, 204, 232, 
234, 236, 238, 244; Isaac. 220; John, 14. 16, 
151, 256, 281 ; Mary, 18, ill, 256 ; Mrs., 32 ; 
Phillis, 54 ; Richard, 14 ; Samuel, 145 ; Sarah, 
113, 151 ; Steiven, 43 ; Susanna, 256 ; Tho- 
mas, 30 ; Widow, 21 : William, 238 ; — , 263. 

Knightley, Amor, 66 ; Deborah, 170 ; Jane, 67. 

Knipton (Nipton), Mary, 249 ; Thomas, 249 (2). 

Knope, John, 269. 

Knotes, Frances, 7 ; Walter, 7. 

Knowle, Abraham, 13 ; Lawrence, 13. 

Knowles, Arthur, 48 ; Mary, 162. 

Kramer, Michael, 166. 

Kruger, Jacob, 268. 

Kyelli, see Keighly. 

Kynde, John, 209 (2), 210, 21 1. 



Laby, Richard, 26 ; Susanna, 26. 

Laces, Edward, 96 ; John, 96. 

Lacey (Lacce, Laccee, Lacy), Elizabeth, 22 ; Jo- 
seph, 154; Mr., 210; Richard, 209. 216 (2); 
Roger, 209 ; Widdow, 22 ; — , 141, 215 (2). 

Lacke, Mary, 28. 



Lackstone, George, 2. 

Ladd (Lad), Ann, 122 ; John, 118 : Joseph, 190 ; 

Mary. 101, 103 (2), 122; Samiiel, 101. 103. 

122, 129. 
Lagden, Joseph, 167 ; Robert, 167. 
Laidlow, Kobert, 286. 
Laighton, William, 23. 
Laine. see Lane. 
Laker. Thomas. 222. 
Lamb (Lam, Lambe), Anne, 1 ; Earn, 229 ; 

Frances, 8 : Joane. 8 : John, 1. 5 ; Susanna, 

37. 
Lambatree, Christopher, 16. 
Lambert, Sarah, 143 (2) ; Widow, 53. 
Lambole, Elizabeth, 175. 
Lambston, Frances, 150. 
Lampson (Lampston). Elizabeth, 103, 143, 267 : 

John. 1U3. 267; Joseph, 98. 103, 123, 136; 

Thomas, 98. 
Land, Hannah Balding, 289 ; Joanna, 86. 
Lander, Abraham, 13 ; John, 137 ; Martha, 13. 
Landman. Richard, 26. 
Lands, Mary, 122. 
Lane (Laine, Layne), Ann, 89. 160 ; Dorathy, 

91; Edward, 33; Elisha, 159; Elizabeth, 

156 ; Elizabeth Rosamond, 183 ; Isaac, 259 ; 

Joane. 233 : Jonathan, 158 ; Mary, 160 ; Mr., 

50 ; Peter. 51. 53. 54, 55, 56, 57 (2), 58. 59, 60, 

61, 62 (2), 63. 64, 65, 66. 67 (2), 69, 71; 

Ralph, 89. 91 ; Sarah, 37, 156, 182 ; Susanna, 

256; T., 290; Thomas, 98; William, 51. 57, 

159 ; — , 8. 
Laneere. Lionell. 59. 
Langden, Marj', 57. 
Langford (Langfoord). Isabella, 80. 
Langhorn, Thomas, 81. 

Langley, Edmond, 35, 45 ; Elizabeth, 57 ; Mar- 
gery. 57 ; Marie, 35 ; Thomas. 53. . 
Langlye. Edmond, 219 ; John, 219. 
Langston. Francis, 159 : Richard, 95 (2). 
Langton, Martha, 77 ; Martin, 74 ; Mary, 77 ; 

Robert, 77. 
Lant, Charles, 36 ; Frances, 109 ; Francis, 36 ; 

John, 109 (2). 
Lapley, Ann, 26 ; James, 26. 
Large, Thomas, 64. 
Larkin, William, 11. 
Lashford. Charles, 282 ; Mary, 283 ; Thomas, 

284. 
Lasse, Edward, 96 ; Jane, 96 ; Richard, 220. 
Latham, Clemmons, 162; Elizabeth, 153; 

James, 165 ; Jane, 160; John, 158. 
Lathorn, Mary, 144. 
Lathun, Mary, 139. 
Laugham, Samuel, 85. 

Laving, Ann, 135 ; Hester, 135 ; John, 135. 
Law, John. 270. 274 ; Margaret Charlotte, 281 : 

Widdow. 11. 
Lawford, Eli, 180 ; Reuben, 180. 
Lawranceson, Lawrence, 239. 
Lawrell, ^lary, 57. 
Lawrence (Lawrance). Ann, 157, 281 ; Ellinor, 

32 ; Henry, 255 ; Joanna, 255 ; John, 254 ; 

Sarah, 66 ; Thomas, 76 ; William, 255. 
Lawson, Elizabeth, 253 ; John, 169 ; Marj', 

116,253; Robert, 253; Sarah. 146; Thomas, 

116. 
Lawsonby, Robert. 201. 

Lawton, Edmund,' 232 (2) ; Sarah, 232 ; Tho- 
mas. 113. 
Laye, John, 219. 



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Laylell, Dyonis, 10. 

Layne, -n-e Lane. 

I.ayse. Widow, 40. 

Leach (Leech). Ann. 280. 2S2 ; Elizabeth. 2(;4 : 

Francis. 24. 4>s (2) : John. 8:S, 204 : Sarah. 

'J3 (2) ; Thomas. s;5. 9n : William. 24. S.") (2). 
Leadbeater. Alice, 251 ; James. 2.">1 (2). 
Leader. Elizabeth, 4<) ; Margaret, 'J3. 
Leake, Robert, IS. 
Leanarde, Kce Leonard. 
Leaver, Ann. 2S2 ; Aylicc, 44 ; Elizabeth, 282 : 

Hannah, 2i;ti ; Henry, 282; James, 2Gii ; 

Richard, 282 : Samuel. 20fi. 
Leaveiidge. -wc Leveridge. 
Lecont, William, tWi. 
Ledyfingam, Edward, 213. 
Ledwell. Ann, 5.5 ; Mary. (io. 
Lee. Alice, 42, 4(! ; Anne, 10 ; Deniamen, 40 ; 

Castor, 1.52; Catherine. 121. 124; Daniel. 

lO'.t (2): Eleanor. IIS; Elizabeth. 10, 82, 

109. 124 ; Francis. .53 : Joane. .5 : John, 2. i). 

121 (2). 124. 18U: Luke. H (2;. 8, 10 (2). 11. 

12, 29: Martha. 138 ; .Mary. 128, 133, 148. 

234 ; Mathew. .5. 7 (2), 9, 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 

16. 20 ; Richard, 133 : Robert. 29. 30 : Sara, 

34 : Sibble, 12 : Susan. 15. 29 : Thomas, 00 ; 

Walter, 31 ; William. 34. 39, 40, 42. 40, 

118 (2), 151 ; — , 10, 39. 
Leech. xcc Leach. 
Leesoii. Margaret, 211. 
Legjr, Christopher. 287 ; Francis, 9 : Goodvvife, 

9 ; Henry. 183 : James. 4.3, 4S : Jane, 12, 43 : 

John, 55 : Martha. 289 ; William. 12 ; — . 19, 

48. 
Lejrgine. James, .52 ; Margaret, 52. 
Leicester, Elizabeth, 62. 
Leieh. Ann, 35. 

Leith, Robart, 237 ; William, 237. 
Lemmon, Susanna Maria. 243. 
Leonard (Leanarde. Lennard, Lenord). Henry, 

147: Maro-aret. 82 : Mary, 2 : Mr., 9, 215 ; 

Sampson. 2, 3, IS ; Widdow, 28 ; — , 3. 9. 
Leppard, Elenor. 56 ; Hellenor. 54 ; William. 

56. 
Leppington, William, 25. 
Lesajre, Thomasin, 99. 
Lesett (Leset). Ann, 155 ; Daniel, 153 ; Peter. 

164; Peter Thomas. 152: Thomas. 158; 

William. 159. 
Lesle. Edmond. 44. 
Letter, Mary, 270. 

Leuces (Leuices, Leusea), nee Lusee. 
Leveridfje (Leaveridge), John, 125, 129 : Mary. 

132 : Phoebe, 125, 129 (2) ; Robert, 125 ; Sus- 
anna. 139. 
Levett, Mary, 286. 

Levinus (Livinus), Mr., 205 ; Sarae, 204, 205. 
Lewin, Samuel, 139. 
Lewis (Leuesce, Lewes, Lewys, Lues). Anne, 

46. 57. 109 (2). 115, 148. 255, 271 ; David. 

109, loO ; Edward, 97, 109, 255; Eleanor, 

277; Elias, 255; Elizabeth, 172: George, 

269 ; Good wife. 8 ; Henry, 60 ; Hugh, 209 ; 

Isaac, 280 ; Jaine, 52 ; John, 1, 90, 131 ; 

Katherin, 27 ; Margaret, 235 ; Mary, 39, .58, 

145, 151, 223 ; Mary Ann, 175; Mrs., 51 ; 

Nathaniel, 09; Peter. 223; Phillip, 181; 

Richard, 27, 31 (2), 39 (2). 50, 52. .53, 59, 151. 

215; Robert, 10, 21; Rowland, 65. 71; 

Samuel JefiPereP, 97 ; Sarah, 151, 274 ; Tho- 
mas, 4, 61, 65, 270; Thomas Blainey, 174; 



Walter. 107; William. 5. 75, 161. 201, 261; 
— , 1 , 39, 50. 

Liddell. Ann, 104. 

Lidiard, Susanne, 71. 

Lie, Heurv, 10 : see also Lye. 

Light, Anne. 225. 229 : Elizabeth, 22G ; John, 
225, 229 ; — , 220. 

Lillicraft. Andrew. 49 ; Peter, 49. 

Lillingdine (Lillindin), Edward, 2.50 ; Eliza- 
beth. 249 ; John. 249, 250. 252 ; Margaret, 
250. 252. 

Lilly (Lilley). Stephen, 98 (2), 107. 

Linimer, Sarah. 86. 

Lincell, Elizabeth. 178. 

Lincolne. Susan, 12. 

Lindeman, Elizabeth, 130; Maria, 136; Wil- 
liam. 130. 

Lindess. Dorethy. 142. 

Lindhurst (Linhurst). Ann, 126 ; Ellis, 123. 

Lindley. Ann, 133 ; John, 133 ; William, 133. 

Lind.^^ey, ■— , 201. 

Lindus, Alias, 98 ; JMary, 9S. 

Lines (Lyne). Edward, 46 (2), 47 ; James, 
101 (2) ; Joseph, 262 ; — 46, 47. 

Ling. Susannah. 179. 

Linnall (Lynnall), John. 225 : Richard, 226 ; 
Susanna, 227 : Thomas', 225. 220, 227 (2). 

Linnett (Linnet, Lynnet), Ann, 149 ; Edward, 
149. 150 (2) ; John. 39 ; Mary, 69 ; Susanna. 
149. 1.50. 157. 

Liped, John. 23. 

Lippes. Regent, 2. 

Lisitt. Abraham, 60. 

Liske, Ann, 267 (2) ; Charles, 267. 

Lisle, Elenor, 78 ; Nicholas, 32. 

Little, Ann, 179; Ann Susan, 185; Isabella 
Susannah, 193 : Jane, 189 ; Robert, 74 ; Wil- 
liam Stephen. 194. 

Littlefeild. Elizabeth, 79. 

Littly, Anne, 243 ; William, 243. 

Livinus. see Levinus. 

Llevvellin, James, 282. 

Lloyd (Llwyd, Loyd, Loyde), Andrew, 95 ; 
Ann. 262 : Arabella, 255 ; Cassandra, 261 : 
Charles. 64, 258 : David. 15. 16 ; Dr.. 97 ; 
Elizabeth, 54. 72, 127 ; Francis, 154, 255 ; 
Francis Cornwallis, 255 ; Frederick, 261 ; 
Henry, 95 (2), 98, 106 ; Humfrie, 29 ; 
Isabella, 260 ; James, 98 ; John, 65, 106, 
205 ; Katharine, 77 ; Margaret, 67, 106 ; 
Margret, 50; ;\lawris, 43; Mr., .5, 12; Mrs., 
5: Sir Nathaniel, 114: Richard, 65, 67; 
Sir Richard, 75, 78 : Robert, 65 (3) ; Sarah. 
159 ; Thomas. 54, 205 ; William, 50, 52 (2), 
75 ; — , 1, .50. ■ 

Lock (Locke), Anne, 247 : Henry. 247. 248 (2), 
249. 250 : Jane, 247, 266 ; Ratcliflf, 248 ; 
Rebecca, 247, 248 (2), 249 ; Thomas, 266 (2). 

Locker, Sarah, 120. 

Locksmith. John. 60 ; Margaret, 53. 

Lockton, Eliza, 189. 

Lockwood. Henry, 120 ; John. 5 ; Margaret, 
173 ; Martha, 120 ; Thomas, 173. 

Loder, Mary, 93. 

Lodge. Adam. 28 ; Mary, 28. 

Lody (Lodie), Marie, 29 ; Richard, 28 ; Wid- 
dow. 29. 

Loe. Widdow, 27. 

London, Bishop of, 219. 

London, John, 73, 146 ; Katharine, 75. 

Long, Amey, 149, 150; Charles, 149, 150; 



INDEX NOMiNUM. 



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George, 196; John, 25, 193, 267; John 
Charles, 191 ; Judith, 25 ; Mary, 25 ; Robert. 
149 ; Sarah. 150 ; William, 188. 

Longer, James, 17 ; Marian, 17. 

Longlee, Richard, 80. 

Longstaff, Ann. 158. 

Lonne, Elizabeth, H. 

Loo, Arthor, 218 ; Captayn. 218 ; Susanna, 
218. 

Loose, Lady, 210. 

Lorker, Robert, H4. 

Lott. John, 137. 

Lotton. William, 149. 

Loughlin, Ann. 149; Catherine. 149; Richard. 
149. 

Lound, Bennet, 3. 

Lovatt (Loveitt), Sarah, 126. 

Love, Hanna, 57 ; John, 153 ; Lawrence. 236 ; 
Theadorah, 236. 

Loveday, Ann, 133 ; Benjamin, 133 : Mary, 133. 

Lovejoy. Elizabeth, 153 ; John, 141 ; Thomas, 153. 

Loveland, ?^icholas, 89. 

Lovell, Richard, 202. 

Lovells, Thomas, 281. 

Lovelock. Mary. 145. 

liOvewell, Samuel, 130. 

Lowden, Richard, 260. 

Lowe (Low). Ann, 272 : Ann Elizabeth Mar- 
garet, 272 : Arthur, 202, 204 (2), 205 ; Char- 
lotte, 197; Jayne. 204: Judye, 205; Mary, 
164, 252 ; Mr., 202, 217, 223 ; Mrs., 221 ; 
Rosamond, 162 ; Sarah, 159, 252 ; Susan, 
202 ; Thomas, 204, 252 ; — , 205. 

Lowes, Mr., 30. 

Lowles, William, 180. 

Lownes, Robert, 27. 

Lowry, Nicholas. 80. 

Loynes, Francis, 88, 92 ; James, 106 (2) ; Mary, 
112, 134. 

Lucas (Luckeas), Joane, 14 ; John, 242 ; Simon, 
287 ; W., 185. 

Lucore, Susan, 55. 

Ludgwick, John, 274. 

Ludlow, James, 12, 13, 14, 217, 218 ; Margaret, 
217; —.218. 

Lufton, Humfry, 231. 

Luggett (Luggate, Lugget), Alice, 66 ; Eliza- 
beth, 57 ; John, 62. 

Luis, Mr., 36. 

Luke, Elizabeth, 16S. 

Luker, Francis, 239. 

Lukins (Lukeins. Lukings), Elizabeth, 34, 38 ; 
Marv, 38 ; Mr.. 27 ; Mrs., 16 : Nathaniell, 31. 
34, 38 (2). 59 ; Sara, 31. 

Lumby, Barker, 97 ; John, 93 ; Zephaniah, 93, 
97. 

Lumley, Elizabeth, 248. 

Lunt, Sarah. 72. 

Lupton, Daniel, 249 (2) ; Frances, 249 (2) ; 
J., 198 ; John, 249 ; Matthew, 249. 

Lusee (Leuces, Leuices, Leusea), Ann, 88 ; 
John, 87 (2), 88 ; Rowland, 94. 

Luther, Thomas Warne, 189. 

Luxter, Richard, 271. 

Lycore, John, 56 ; Susana, 56. 

Lydian, Gudricke, 71. 

Lye, Thomas, 71 ; see al.to Lie. 

Lymer, Thomas, 74. 

Lynch, Walter, 188. 

Lynes, xce Line5. 

Lynn, Margaret, 107, 111; Martha, 107; Re- 
VOL. IV. 



becca, 103; William, 107, 142; — , 111, 

143. 
Lynnall, .ii-r Linnall. 
Lynnet, .svr Linnett. 
Lynton, Elizabeth, 131; Marj', 130 (2), 131; 

William. 130, 131. 
Lyon. Israll, 124 ; Mary, 45, 124 ; Richard, 45, 

48 ; Sarah, 124 ; Thomas, 92 (2). 



M 



Mabb, Margaret, 60 ; Thomas. 52 (2), 60 : — , 
219. 

Mabberley (Mauberly). Bennett, 128 ; Edward, 
228 ; John, 227 ; Thomas, 227, 228. 

Mabbs, Richard, 219. 

Maburn, George, 43 ; — , 43. 

Macarter, Thomas, 301. 

Maccoy, xee McCoy. 

Macdonald, Hugh, 269 ; James, 270 ; John. 
269 ; Mary, 165 ; Mary, jun., 165. 

Macintosh, J., 288. 

Mack, Christian, 153. 

Mackature, Elizabeth, 251 ; Zechariah Josiah, 
120. 

Mackelken (Mackkelken), Harman, 80; Susana, 
80. 

Mackerell, Mabell, 50. 

Mackey, Jane, 183 ; Richard, 192. 

Mackland, Mary, 154. 

Macklean, James, 147. 

Mackmath, John, 47. 

Mackpherson, Charlotte, 285 ; Mary Ann, 284. 

Mackumter, Ann, 249. 

Maclaren, Ambrose, 197 ; Elizabeth, 182 ; 
James, 182. 

Macoke, William, 37. 

Madcalfe. see Medcalfe. 

Madcap, Elizabeth, 155. 

Maddex, Elizabeth, 148. 

Maddox (Maddocks, Madduckes, Madox), Diana, 
131 ; Jane, 224 ; John, 131, 209, 217. 218,219, 
220 (2), 222. 224, 229 ; Jonathan, 38 ; Sarah, 
218, 222 ; Thomas. 217 ; Timothy, 250 ; Wil- 
liam, 291 ; — , 209. 

Maddy, Sarah, 276. 

Mager, Anne, 86 ; Thomas, 86 (2). 

Maguire, Deborah, 139; James, 194. 

Main. John, 153; Martha, 153, 156; Philip, 
153 ; Thomas, 155. 

Makinsone, Peter, 15. 

Malbury (Malbery), Stephen, 228 ; Suzan, 231 ; 
Symond, 48. 

Maler, Elizabeth, 37. 

Mallard, Ann, 123 ; John, 123 (2). 

Mallen (Malen). Mary, 181 ; Pearse, 211 (2), 
212 ; Widow, 214. 

Mallett, Ann, 170 ; Elizabeth, 249. 

Mailings, Ralph, 232 (2). 

Malyan (Malyon), Clement, 128 ; Thomas, 128. 

Manington, John, 5. 

Manley (Manly), Delarivere, 119; Frances, 
117 ; Lydia, 117 ; William, 117. 

Mann (Man), Ann. 161, 194; Elionor, 241; 
Elizabeth. 141 ; Henry, 95 (2); John, 168 ; 
Mary, 151: Mr., 19; Nathaniel, 142; Rich- 
ard, 155 ; Widow, 42. 

Mannell, Alice, 92 ; John, 92. 

Manners, Rice, 22. 

Manning (Maning), Elizabeth, 93 ; Henry, 

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338 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



132 ; John, 90 (2), 91, 93 ; John Richard, 289 ; 
Mary, 91, 132. 259 ; Mary Ann, 287 ; Rog-er, 
241 ; Sarah, 287. 
Mansfield, James, 292 ; Mary, 158. 
Mantle (Mantel), Charles. 176; Elizabeth, 7(5 ; 
Faith, 76 ; Mathew, 72, 77 ; William, 74 ; 
Winnifred, 80. 
Mape, Thomas, 39 (2). 

Mapleback. Anne, 94 ; Mary, 100 (2) ; Wil- 
liam, 94, 96. 
Mappas, Edward, 136. 

Mapperley (Mappilow), Ann, 129, 153; Bea- 
trix, 129, 134, 143; Loretta. 152; Walter, 
129, 134, 1.50. 152. 
Maptson, Elizabeth, 287. 

Marbery (Marbaries), Anne, 38 ; Daniell, 204 ; 
Elizabeth, 205; Mr., 205; Simon, 17, 22; 
Widowe, 204. 
Marbrow (Marburro), Edward, 219; iSimon, 

41 ; — , 41, 
Marchall, see Marshall. 
Marcham, James, 285. 
Marchant, Sarah, 282. 
Maret (Maratt, Maritt), see Marrett. 
Markerson (Markenson), Alexander, 280 ; 

Colin, 283 ; Eliza, 281 ; James, 282. 
Markes, Simon, 20. 
Markliam (Marckham), Deborah, 52 ; Edward, 

52, 61 ; George, 53 ; Mary, 58 
Markindail, see Martendale. 
Marlow, Mary, 139, 241. 
Marr, Elizabeth, 245. 

Marrett (Maratt, Maret, Maritt. Marret), James, 
40, 44, 46, 49 ; John, 220 : Philipa. 40 ; Rich- 
ard, 228 (2), 229 ; Eobert, 220 (2), 221 (4) ; 
Simon, 247 ; Widow, 221 ; — , 49, 229. 
Marries (Morries), Richard, 97. 
Marrion (Maryon), Clemence, 125 ; Mary, 106 ; 

Reynolds, 125; Thomas, 125. 
Marriott (Marriett), Catherine, 138 ; Hannah, 

155 ; John, 138 (2), 237 ; Jone, 228. 
Marsden, Richard, 261, 
Marser, see Mercer. 

Marsh (Mash), Ann. 104 ; Barthollemu, 49 (2) ; 
Christopher, 44 ; David, 90, 91 (2), 118 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 95 ; Frances, 231 ; Hester, 227; John, 
90 ; Richard, 149 ; Thomas, 46, 231. 
Marshall (Marchall, Martiall), Alexander, 147 ; 
Ann, 107 ; Anthony, 82, 85 ; Bulah, 252 ; 
Catherine, 218 ; Charles, 252 ; David, 48 ; 
Edward, 207, 208 ; Elizabeth, 48, 52, 148. 191, 
201, 252 ; Father, 218 ; Francis, 43 ; Janne, 
85 ; Jeames, 208 ; John, 51, 82 ; Lydye, 207 ; 
Marthae, 208; Martial, 148; Mary, 43, 92, 
145; Peter, 92; Richard, 110, 201; Rose, 
205 ; Thomas. 261 ; Widdow, 85 ; William. 
43, 86, 148, 159, 219; —,43. 
Martendale (Markindail), Cornelia, 126. 
Martin (Marten, Martine, Martinn, Martyn), 
Ann, 124; Arthur. 8; Elizabeth, 55, 74, 79, 
124, 198, 258, 292 ; Esther, 289 ; Francis Tho- 
mas, 286 ; Henry, 16, 42 : James, 85 ; Jane, 
124 ; John, 83, 119, 124 (2). 225, 257, 258 (3). 
283 ; Maria, 282 ; Mary, 37, 55, 124, 257, 258 
(2), 292; Mary Ann, 282; Nathaniel, 81,83, 
85 ; Robert, 16 ; Ruth, 85 ; Sarah, 257, 281 ; 
Thomas, 39, 72, 179, 286 ; Venetia. 124 ; Wil- 
liam, 37, 42, 44, 50, 79. 285, 288 ; — , 44, 
Martyr, Augustine, 110 (2), 134 ; Mary, 110. 
Marvele, George, 95 ; Henry, 95, 
Maryon, see Marrion. 



Maskelyne (Maskalin, Maskline), Jane, 110; 
Mary, 79. 

Mason, Edward, 55; Elizabeth. 70; John, 14, 
261 ; Sarah, 149 ; Thomas, 26, 30, 139; Wil- 
liam, 55, 60 ; — , 30. 

Massam, Joseph, 196. 

Masterman, William, 24, 26 (2) ; — , 24. 

Mathew, James, 26 ; Joane, 16 ; Robert, 16 (2) ; 
Thomas, 26. 

Mathis, Edward, 128: Jane, 123: Katherine, 
128 ; Margaret, 128 ; Mary, 162 ; Matthew, 127. 

Matinley, Edward, 267. 

Mattersee, Mr., 216. 

Mattershed (Mattershead). Edward, 227 ; Fran- 
ces, 26 ; Francis, 26, 36, 227 ; Mary, 234 ; 
Rose, 227 ; Thomas, 65, 218. 

Matthews (Mathews, Matthewes), Ann, 169 ; 
Augustine, 28, 42; Christian, 56; Edward, 
91. 128, 137; Eleanor, 125, 132. 137. 151; 
Elizabeth, 28. 79, 132, 133; Hanna, 56: 
Henry, 141 ; James, 78, 254 (2) ; John. 73, 125, 
132, 133. 144 ; Katheiine. 128 ; Margaret, 
128, 137 ; Mary, 125, 192. 254 (2) ; Matthew, 
127 ; Robart, 35 ; — , 145. 

Mattock, Henry, 287. 

Matts. John, 141. 

Maund, Ann, 273 ; Elizabeth, 272 ; Esther, 276, 
279 ; John, 278 (2); Mary, 273; Nicholas 
John, 274 ; William, 274. 

Mawson, Anne, 134. 

Maxey (Maxye), John, 41; Jonathan, 59: 
Thomas, 41, 45. 

Maxfield, Mary, 3 (2). 

Maxwell, Ann, 76 ; David, 51 ; Francis, 51. 

May, Ann, 66 ; Charles, 64 ; Edward, 61 ; Fran- 
ces, 67; George, 155; Jemima, 155; Mary, 
235 (3), 236 (2), 239 ; Nicholas, 82 ; Samuel, 
65; Sarah, 238: Stephen, 166; Thoma-^. 66. 
67, 238, 239 ; William, 82. 

May bank, Richard, 281. 

Maycock, Ann, 251, 258 ; Elizabeth, 252 ; Jane. 
252 ; Mary, 251. 252 (2). 253, 254 ; Sarah. 258 : 
Susanna, 254 ; Thomas'. 251, 252 (2), 253 (2). 
254 ; William, 258. 

Mayes, Henary, 87 ; Sarah, 87. 

Mayhew, Mary, 170. 

Maylins, Ralp, 73. 

Maynard, Elizabeth, 185 ; Mary, 182; Samuel. 200. 

Mayne, Edward, 135 ; Henry, 43 ; Hester, 43 ; 
John, 225 (3) ; Richard, 225. 

Maynestone, Richard, 44 ; Rose. 44. 

Mayo, Samuel, 277; Sarah, 114; William, 114 
(2), 134. 

Maythan, William, 280. 

McCaskie, Robert, 193. 

McCay, James, 172. 

McCoy (Maccoy), Jane, 156; Margaret. 162; 

Mary Ann. 185. 
McCulley, David, 178. 

McCuUock, Agnes, 177. 

McMahon, Thomas, 192. 

Meacham, William. 39. 

Meacock, William, 39. 214 ; — , 39. 

Meade, Hellen, 227 ; Thomas, 227. 

Meadows (Meadowes, Medeows), Augustin, 95 ; 

Peter, 189 ; Rebecca. 95 ; William, 187. 
Meads, Anne, 232 ; William, 232. 
Meakins, Ann, 35 ; James, 35 (2), 36. 45 ; Mary. 

35, 63 ; Mathew, 36 ; Mr., 32. 
Meal, John, 186. 
Mear, Elizabeth, 83 ; Henry, 83 ; Jane, 165. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



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Mears (Meares, Meers), Ann, 163 ; Charles, 177 ; 
James, 152 ; John, 132 (2), 141. 148, 152 (2), 
166; Katherine. 139 ; Martha, 132 (2). 154; 
Mary, 132. 147, 152, 180; Richard, 182, 138; 
William, 140. 

Mecoy, John, 183. 

Medcalfe. Ann, 132 ; Anthoney, 241 ; Henry, 
3; James, 241: Mary, 132; Michaell, 7; 
William, 132 (2). 

Meddleton, Christopher, 227. 

Medell, Mary, 134 ; Thomas, 134 (2). 

Medlicott (MeLllecote, Medlicote, Medlycoat), 
Edmond, 232 ; James, 223, 225, 230 (2). 231, 
254 ; Margrett, 237 ; Mr., 218. 

Mee, Mary, 71. 

Meek, Thomas, 172. 

Melbrum, William, 285. 

Melcher, Ann, 123 ; James, 123 (2). 

Mellett, Samuel, 96 ; Sarah, 97. 

Menday, John, 49 ; Sarah, 46 ; William, 46. 

Mental, James Ephraim, 279. 

Mercer. Ann, 248 ; George, 151 (2) ; Margarett, 
18 ; Mary, 151 ; Steeven, 29 : William, 245. 

Mercy, John, 78. 

Merrick (Mericke. Merricke), Catherne, 221 ; 
Cumberland, 176 ; Dr., 14, 18 ; Elizabeth, 
219; James,' 219, 221 (4); Joane, 18; John, 
219, 278 ; Ladie. 231 ; Sir William. 62 ; — , 219. 

Merrill (Meriall, Meril. Merrall, Morrill). Alice, 
66 : Anne, 93 : Elizabeth, 96 ; Henry, 29 (2) ; 
Samuel, 108 ; Thomas, 68 (2), 70, 81, 110. 

Metcalfe (Madcalfe. Meadcalfe), Alexander, 
127; Alice, 109; Catherine. 109; Elizabeth, 
126.127; Henry, 157; John, 272; Mary, 126 ; 
Thomas, 109; Widdow, 36; William, 126, 
127. 

Metter. John, 272. 

Mettin (Mettim), John, 216, 218 ; Mr., 216. 

Mewce, Francis, 227. 

Meyers, Mark, 272 ; Thomas. 270. 

Meysey, Edward, 69, 234. 

Michell; Hercules. 137. 

Middleton (Middelon, Middelton, Midelton, 
Midleton). Anne. 12, 74 ; Charles, 86 ; Ed- 
ward, 42 (4), 43 (2) ; Elizabeth, 68, 86 ; Gods- 
gift, 75 ; John, 6 : Juliana. 253 ; Mary, 86, 253 ; 
Patrick^ 119; Thomas, 6, 253 ; William, 18. 

Midgeley, Deborah, 259. 

Midlington, James. 151. 

Midwinter, Sarah, 80 ; Thomas, 80. 

Mifant, Margaret. 79. 

Mighell, William. 211. 

Milbourne, Ann, 157. 

Miles, Anna Maria, 187 ; Henry, 79 ; Margaret, 
79 ; William, 290. 

Miller, Ann, 118 ; Bridget, 251, 252, 255, 262 ; 
Elizabeth, 47, 72 ; George, 206, 276 ; Good- 
man, 22; Heugh, 51 (2); Jane, 124; Joane, 
61; John. 104, 251, 252 (2), 255 (2), 259; 
John Harris, 278 ; Joseph, 104. 111. 117. 122, 
275 ; Julia Ann, 277 ; Lucy, 178 ; Margaret, 
86, 147; Mary, 104, HI (2), 117, 245, 251; 
Mary Caroline. 263 ; Methusalem, 128 ; Tho- 
mas, 117, 147, 247 ; William, 23, 93. 

Millet, Mary, 175. 

Millington. Mary, 175. 

Millman, Elizabeth, 262 ; John, 262. 

Mills (Milles), Ann, 171 : Catherine, 168, 174 ; 
Deboro, 241; Elizabeth, 171, 173, 241; 
George, 241 ; Gooldsmith, 88 ; Henry, 79 ; 
Jeremiah, 240 (2), 241, 243, 244 ; Margaret, 



79 ; Mary, 168 ; Mary Dorothy. 268 ; Tho- 
mas, 117 ; William, 173, 174. 

Millwood (Milwood), Mary, 174 ; Thomas, 271 ; 
William, 173. 

Milms. Caroline, 195. 

Mingo, Caroline, 281 ; George, 283 ; John, 282 ; 
Louisa, 282 ; Mary, 283 ; William, 281 ; Wil- 
liam Elford, 282. 

Minshaw, Elizabeth, 25 : John, 18, 19 (2), 24, 
25 ; William, 24. 

Mintam, Francis, 205 ; Fraunces, 203. 

Mist, Joseph, 259. 

Mitchany, Bethiah, 256 ; Elizabeth, 256 ; Wil- 
liam, 256. 

Mitchell (Mitchel), Ann, 124 ; Elizabeth, 268, 
278 : Isaac, 172 ; Israel, 114 ; Jane, 153 ; John, 
124, 153, 182; Judith, 109 ; Mary, 114 (2) ; 
Richard, 163, 277; Robert, 124; Sarah, 109, 
142, 153, 155; William, 100. 

Mitchiner (Mitchenor), Elizabeth, 258, 261 ; 
Thomas, 258 ; William, 258, 264. 

Mitchyerd, Jenny, 261 ; Margaret, 261 ; Wil- 
liam, 261. 

Mitt, Sarah, 147. 

Mittin, James. 220 ; John, 220. 

Mobbs, Elizabeth, 291 ; Frederic, 291. 

Mobury, Thomas, 96 ; William, 96. 

Mocraft. Ann, 177 ; Elizabeth, 177 ; Mary Ann, 
181 ; Sarah, 179 ; William, 181. 

Moesley, John, 44. 

Mohun, Margaret, 257. 

Mole. Phillipp, 29. 

Moncke (Monke), Mr., 204 (2). 

Monday (Mondey), see Munday. 

Montgomerie, James, 162 ; John, 155 ; Robert, 
269 ; Sarah, 171. 

Monye (Mony), Elizabeth, 221 ; Richard, 216 
(2); William, 221, 223. 

Moody (Moodey), Bridget, 99 ; Elizabeth. 272 ; 
Hugh, 71 ; John. 64, 99, 108; Priscilla, 238; 
Roger, 87 ; William, 66, 74. 

Moore (xMore), Aaron. 134. 135, 139. 147 ; Ann, 
31. 62, 135, 176, 245, 259; Catherine, 257, 
264 ; Christopher, 259 ; Edward. IS ; Elea- 
nor, 10, 257 ; Elias, 264 ; Elizabeth, 21, 138, 
145 : Francis, 62 ; James, 90. 242 : Jane, 119 ; 
John, 12. 13. 15, 31, 62, 80; Maria, 182: 
Martha, 259 ; Mary, 62, 134 (2), 135, 139 ; 
Mary Ann, 179 ; Mary Benjamin. 161 : Mrs., 
13 ; Nathaniell, 242 ; Phillip. 1,3 (2), 10 (3), 
19. 64. 230: Prudence, IS. 19; Regent, 15; 
Richard Francis, 245; Sarah. 10, 161; Tho- 
mas, 257: William, 21, SO, 81, 179, 194; 
William Rugge, 181. 

Moorhen (Mooren, Moren, Morhen), Ambross, 
89 ; Anne. 85 : Mary. 63. 

Morcraft, Elizabeth, 176 ; William, 176. 

Mordaunt, Phillippa, 178. 

Moreduck, Edward, 104 ; Sarah, 104. 

Morgan. Ann, 27, 220 ; Charles, 198 ; Goodman, 
205 ; Henry, 2 (2), 5 ; Jane, 2 : John, 2, 117, 
205; Katherine, 226 ; Lydia, 165 ; Nathaniel, 
78 : Richard. 141 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 195 ; 
Thomas, 171, 173, 206(2), 220 ; William, 217 ; 
— , 213. 217. 

Morgin, Elizabeth, 43 ; Margret, 43. 

Morley, Caleb, 5 (2). 

Morrell (Morell), Joseph, 242 ; Martha, 253 ; 
William, 253. 

Morries, see Marries. 

Morris (Moris, Morres, Morrioe, Morries), Ann, 



340 REGiSTERS OF ST. BENE^T A^D &T. ttlTEll, PAULAS WHARt'. 



53, 61, 110; Anthony, 77; David, 47; Doro- 
thy, 261 ; Elizabeth, 68, 69, 116 ; Ellenor, 79 ; 

George. 13, 17; Hannah, 286; Isabella, 110, 

115 (3); 116, 119, 125 ; Jaine, 8:3 ; Jane, 290 ; 

John, 165 ; John William, 277 ; Margaret 

Stilgoe, 144; Mary, 112. 119, 172, 264.270; 

Mrs., 215; Richard, 12i ; Samuel. 110, 115 

(2), 116, 119, 124, 125 (8); Sarah, 27, 115, 

278 ; Susanna, 97 ; Widow. 42 ; William, 18, 

280,281 ; — , 13,215. 
Morrison, Harriot, 169 ; John, 263. 
Morse (Mores, Moress, Mors, Morss, Morsse), 

Ann, 123; Francis, 155: Henry, 247 (2); 

John, 93, 95. 110, 121, 128; Lucy, 247 (3); 

Mary, 92, 110; Samuel, 93; Thomas, 247; 

William, 92, 93 (2), 94. 
Mortley, Henry, 2. 

Morton, Alice, 76 ; Maria Mariana, 55. 
Mose, Goodman, 203 ; Joseph, 156 ; Joseph 

Mark, 153 ; Samuel, 12 ; Sara, 203. 
Mosely (Moseley), Ann, 255 ; Elizabeth, 255 ; 

Priscilla, 196 ; Thomas, 255. 
Moser, James Renat, 187 ; Mary, 193 ; Robert, 

194 ; William, 185. 
Moses, Mary, 107. 
Moss (Mosse), Ann, 123; Charles, 53 ; Easter, 

61; Elizabeth, 64: John, 51, 53 (2), 128; 

Richard, 34 (2), 36 (2), 38 ; Samuell, 40, 41 ; 

—,40. 
Mott, Henry, 174 (2) ; William, 268. 
Mottershed, Edward, 55 ; Elizabeth, 6 ; Jane, 

58 ; Thomas, 6 ; — ,58. 
Mottewe(Motteux), Thomas, 113; Timothy, 250. 
Mouldsworth, Margaret, 58. 
Mounsey, Mary, 280. 
Mount, (Susanna, 63. 
Mountaine, Mr., 13, 14. 
Mowbray, Ann, 199. 
Mowsley (Mously), John, 38, 42 (2), 43 ; Mary, 

38, 42, 43 ; — , 42. 
Moxon. James, 49 ; Martha, 49. 
Moyle (Moylle), John, 204 : Margarett, 20, 34 ; 

Mr., 38 ; Phillip, 6, 20, 24. 
Moythen (Moythan), Hannah. 276 ; James, 279 ; 

William. 279. 
Muddle, John, 270. 
Mulard, — . 207. 
MuUinax (MuUenax), Edward, 46 ; Mary, 69 ; 

Thomas, 7. 
Mulling, Jane, 182. 
Mumford, Barnard, 241. 
Muncey, Leonard, 90. 
Munday (Monday, Mondey, Mundey, Mundy), 

Ann, 163, 165; Edward, 211: Francis, 53; 

Hannah, 179 ; .James, 17(! ; Martha Rachel, 

171: Mary, 53, 174; Mr.. 51; Widdow, 8; 

William, 8 ; — , 216. 
Mungo, Sarah, 180. 
Murfeild, Frances. <)3. 
Murfey, Patrick. 263. 
Murrell (Murrill), Edward, 36 ; Elizabeth, 36, 

258 ; John, 258 ; Susanna, 258 ; Thomas, 90. 
Musick, Oliver, 244. 
Mussett. Mary, 200. 
Musson (Mysson), Ann, 106, lu8, 110, 111, 114. 

119; Charles, 106, 108(2), 110. Ill, 114. 119, 

131 ; Edward, 119 ; Esther, 111; George, 106 ; 

Henry Tobias, 119 ; Mary, 114 ; Patrick, 110. 
Mydhope, James, 225 ; Lydia, 225. 
Myers, Alexander, 89 ; Sarah, 264. 
Mysson, see Musson. 



Napper, differ, 66. 

Narway, William, 154, 

Nash, Anne, 138; Elizabeth, 250(2); George, 

184 ; Mary, 138 ; Robert, 250. 
Natt, Arabela, 83 ; James, 37 ; Mr., 50. 
Nayler, Charlotte, 180; George, 180; Helen, 

180. 
Neal (Neale, Neall, Neele). Elizabeth, 175. 

201 (2) ; Frances. 39 ; John. 74 ; Michaell, 

27 ; Penellope, 27 ; Rachel, 80 ; Richard, 80 ; 

Sabin, 80 ; Samuel, 80 ; Sarah, 273 ; Thomas, 

73 ; William, 77. 

Neames (Neemes, Nemes), Benjamin, 88 ; Eliza- 
beth. 86 ; James, 75 ; Mary, 69, 75, 78 ; 
Mary, jun., 69 ; Robert,' 67, 74, 83, 88 ; Wil- 
liam, 83. 

Neaves, James, 31. 

Necson, John, S3 ; Lydia, 83. 

Needham (Needam), Hcfiter, 163 ; Ladie, 25. 

Neeson, Elizabeth. 79 ; Isaac, 85 ; John. 77, 84, 
87, 92 ; Jonathan, 87 ; Mary, 77 ; Thomas, 
85 (2) ; William, 84, 85. 

Neeve, Sir William, 50. 

Nego, Richard, 91. 

Xegus (Negoose, Xegose), Arthur, 17 ; Caroline, 
288 ; Elizabeth, 183 ; George, 19. 

Nelson (Nellson), Bryant, 86 ; Elizabeth, 153 ; 
George. 86, 153; Grace, 230; John, 230; 
William, 153. 

Nemes, see Neames. 

Nevet (Nevett), Mr., 59 ; Mrs., 1 ; Thomas. 1, 
18. 

New (Newe), Elizabeth, 72 ; Ephraim, 245 ; 
Robert, 98, 245. 

Newberry (Newbury), Elizabeth, 148, 249 ; 
Esther, 248, 249 ; Hester, 248, 249 ; Jane, 
248 ; Robert, 248 (3), 249 (2) ; Sophia, 249. 

Newby (Newbee, Nubie, Nuby), Ann, 251 ; 
Eleanor, 251 ; Elizabeth. 24, 251 ; Jarvis, 24, 
25, 28 ; Margarett, 28 ; Richard, 251. 

Newcombe, Charles, 181 ; Edward, 230 (2) ; 
Hannah, 230 ; Katherine, 79 ; Mary, 276 ; 
Mary Ann, 173; Rueth, 41; Thomas, 41, 
230 ; — , 230. 

Newcourt, John, 69 ; Martha, 74 ; Mary, 72 ; 
Richard, 6ti, 74 ; Thomas, 69. 

Newell, Eli/.abeth, 173; Henry, 172, 279; 
John, 173; William. 127. 

Neweus (Newings). Hannah, 88 ; William, 
88 (2), iU (2), 101. 

Newhouse (Newhows), John, 187 ; Mary, 191. 

Newland. .Ann. 127 ; Edward, 127 ; George, 
101 ; James,' 289 ; John, 101 (2), 106 (2), 
110 ; Martha, 101 ; Mary. 101 ; Susanna, 106, 
130 ; William, 282. 

Newman, Anne, (!, 258 ; Benjamin, 259 (2), 
260; Burcome, 131, 132 ; Elizabeth, 259 (2), 
260; George, 146, 179; Grace, 259; Marke, 

74 ; Mary, 131, 259 ; Mr., 207 (2) ; Mrs., 4; 
Rebecca, 131 ; Samuell, 177 ; Susannah, 161 ; 
Thomas, 207 (2). 

Newnham (Newnanham), Elizabeth, 80, 98 ; 
Maria, 291 ; Sarah, 291. 

Newson (Newsam), Henry, 245, 247 (2); Rachel, 
247. 

Newton, Ann. 281 ; Dr., 75 ; Eliouer. 89 ; 
Elizabeth, 248, 265 ; Henary, 87 (2) ; Mar- 
garet, 248 ; Sarah, 75. 

Nicholas, Anne, 258 ; John, 258 (2). 



Index nominum. 



341 



Nicholl (Nicoll), Elizabeth. 177 ; Henry John, 
170; John, 170 ; Judy, 170 : Thomas! 281. 

NichoUs (Necolles. Nicholes. Nichols^, Nickcols, 
Nickholes, Nickolls, Nicolas, Xicolls. Nicols), 
Au, HO, 21.), 2.")9, 2S(; ; Christopher, 7 ; 
Edward, 91 (2). 97; Elenor, .5-5; Elizabeth. 
97, 192 ; Emma, 187 ; George. 42 (2), 45, 
286 ; Harry, 2 )o ; Henry, 288. 2.i8 ; John, 2, 
2.59 (2) ; Jona., 235 ; Joseph Robert, 2«0 ; 
Joyce. 224 ; Martha, 281 ; Mary. 54, 135, 
281 ; Mrs., 7 ; Owen, 22 (2) ; I'hilothea, 165 ; 
Susannah. 147 ; Widdovv, 22, 46 ; William, 
147, 215 ; — , 46. 

Nicholson (Nicolson), John. 158 ; Mary, 275 ; 
Thomas, 11, 279. 

Xicks (Niokes. Nix), Adrian, 56 ; Ann, 59 ; 
Debera. 222 : John, 62 : Richard, 222 (2) ; 
Thomas, 222 ; — , 52. 

Night, Ann, 151. 

Nightingailes (Nightingayles). Jervis, 46 (2) ; 
Joseph, 47 ; — , 46 (2). 47. 

Ninon, Stanet. 142. 

Nipton, xce Knipton. 

Nix, xee Nicks. 

Nixon. Sophia, 280. 

Noble,' Elizabeth. 265 ; Esther, 267 (2) : Joseph, 
267 (2), 268, 271 ; Robert Rochford, 269 ; 
William, 261. 

Nodes, George. 43. 

Norcott, William, 185. 

Norgate (Norgat), Edward. 38 ; Nicholas, 26 ; 
Squire, 53. 

Norman, Elizabeth, 234 ; Fortunatus. 57 : 
Richard, 234 : William, 282, 284. 

Normansell, Henry, 133. 

Norris (Noris. Norres, Norrys). Anne, 9 : Eliza- 
beth, 141. 255; Jane, 231; John. 4, 9; 
Robert, 96 ; Susanna, 140. 

North, Thomas. 271. 

Northcot. Thomas, 43 : ■ — . 43. 

Northern (Northren), Hannah. 142, 262. 

Northway, John, 155. 

Norton. Elizabeth, 172, 272: George, 31 (2); 
Henry, 273 : Louisa, 199 : Robert, 20. 

Nortop, Ann, G6. 

Norwood, Ann. 261. 

Nott (Notts). Elizabeth, 91 ; John. 145 ; Mar- 
tha. 138; Marv, 27: Richard, 91; 8ara, 10: 
Steven. 9: Walter. 9. lU (2), 17, 19. 20, 27. 
30 ; William, 10. 17. 211 (2). 

Nottingham, Richard, 161 ; Sarah. 160 ; Wil- 
liam, 164. 

Nowell. Alexander Thomas, 19J; Ann. 190; 
Clara. 192: Eleanor. 186,' 200; Eliza Mar- 
garet, 191 ; Isabella, 195. 

Noxell, ■'ti'c Snoxell. 

Noyes. Elizabeth, 94 (2) ; Simmond, 93. 

Nuby (Nubie), sec Newby. 

Nurse, Ann, (56. 

Nuth. Mary, 163. 

Nutt, Charles, 136 (2) : Margaret, 136. 

Nutton, Elizabeth, 264. 







Oakley (Okeley). Deborah, 74 ; John Alexander, 
195. 

Oare, Elizabeth, 278. 

Odey, Arthur, 129. 

Odgers (Oadgers. Oagers. Ogers. Oggers), Agnes. 
87 ; Henry, 84. 87, 91 (3). 99 ;^ Martha. 89 : 
Phillis, 19U; Rebecca. 91 (2) : William. 84. 

Offield (Offeikl, Otield. Ofill), Mr., 16 : Richard, 
270 ; Samuel, 16: Sarah. 179 ; William. 155. 
264. 

Offley. Elizabeth. 72 : Robert, 62 (2). 

Ogle, Celia, 276. 

Ohlsou, Elizabeth, 136; Lear. 136; William. 
136. 

Okes (Oakes), Edward, 57 ; Katherine. 10 : Ni- 
cholas, 54. 223 : Phebe. 16 ; Richard, 2 (2). 3, 
10, 13 (2), 16; Widow, 225. 

Oldam (Uldom), Ester, 93 ; James, 86. 

Oldfeild, Amy, 55. 

Oidys. William, 150. 

Olive, Millecent, 244. 

Oliver (Ollyver), Ann, 108; Chailes. 195; Eli- 
zabeth, 100; James, 21() ; Jane. 108: Jann. 
216 ; John. 219 (2); William, lo'o. 108. 

Olland, Mr., 5. 

Oosley, I'homas, 2u3. 

Oram, Richard, 164. 

Ordimer, Robert, 2. 

Ormerod (Ormorod, Oromord), Frances, 258 ; 
Henry, 98 (3), lUO, 103 : Jane. 100 : John. 98 ; 
Sarah, 103. 

Orrell (Orell), William, 116. 

Orson. James. 130: Mary, 129, 13U ; William. 
129 (2). 130 (2). 

Osborne (Osborn, Osbourn, Osburne), Eliza- 
beth, 83 ; George, 153 ; John. 85 ; Mary, 198, 
202; Rebecca, 57 ; Roger, 36 : Sara. 36 : Tho- 
mas, 83, 85, 199. 

Oughton. Adolphus. 112; Elizabeth. lo9 : 
Joyce, 109 : Thomas. 109. 112. 

Outlaw. Elizabeth. 232: Margrett. 235: Ralph. 
232. 

Overall, Edward, 280. 

Overstreet, Benjamin, 256 ; John. 256 : Judith, 
256. 

Overton, Alice. 125; Barnard. 133; Richard, 
125 : Thomas. 125. 137 : — . 137. 

Owen (Owin). Elizaheth. 113 (2). 130. 132. 135, 
273; Evan, 23 : George. 35 : Hugh. 113, 2o3 
(3), 205. 206; John,^135, 184 (17). 185(16), 
186 (24). 187 (2;)), 188 (23). 189 (22). 190 (20). 
191 (14), 284 (21), 285 (24), 286 (22). 287 (18)^ 
288(2): Kathren. 214; Margaret. 255 : .ALiry. 
134, 135, 256; Ralphe. 8,9; Kichiird, 2.",6 ; 
Robart, 217; Roger, 206: Sarah, 10. 134, 
145; Semm, 35 ; I'homas, 132 (2), 134, 256: 
Ursula. 203. 205: Widdow, 213: William. 9. 
23. 

Owin /I I ins Williams, Katherine, 213. 

Owton (Owtton). Mr., 51 ; Richard. 46. 

Owttrum, John, 45. 

Oxenden, George, 87, 92 ; James, 87. 

Oxley, Edward, 81. 

Oxshaw, Sarah, 269. 



Oade. Anne. 3; Arthur, 48; John, 3 (3), 17 

Mary. 17; Mr., 13, 14. 
Oades, Robert, 11 ; William, 252. 
Oagers, see Odgers. 
Oakes, see Okes. 



Pace (,Paces, Paices), Cornlius, 96 ; David, 94 

(2), 95, 96, 116 ; Joseph, 260 ; Sarah, 95. 
Pack, Richard, 245 ; William, 245. 



342 REGISTERS Ol" ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PATJL's WHARF. 



Packer (Paker, Pecker), Abraham, 240 ; Ann, 
241 : Frances. 238 ; Isaac, 241 ; Jacob, 240, 
241 (2), 244 ; Joseph, 235. 

Packhouse, Jane, 151; John, 152; Mary, 152; 
Susanna, 152. 

Packhurst. Sarah, 35 ; Thomas, 35. 

Packman, R. C, 291 (2), 292. 

Pa<?e, Benjamin, 247: Elizabeth, 224 ; Francis, 
IGl ; Hannah. 247 ; Henry. 225 ; James, 178 : 
Marseritt, 221. 230; Mar}'. 235 ; Robert, 129 
(2), 2G6, 268 ; Ruth. 225 ; Susanna, 129 ; Tho- 
mas. 224 : A\'idow, 221. 

Pa?<,'ett, Richard, 86 (2), 87 (2). 

Paijre (Paygre), Eve. 40 : Thomas. 40, 49 ; — . 
49. 

Paine, Francis, 272 ; John. 5, 7, 9 (2) ; Lau- 
rence. 7 ; Rebecca. 272 ; Sigh, 66 ; William, 
5: — . 9. 

Painter. Ann Penman, 113; Catherine. 113; 
Daniel. 109. 113 ; Elizabeth, 260 ; 3Iary, 109. 

Palatines, 295. 

Paldon, Charlotte, 270. 

Palmer (Palmar, Pamer. Parmer, Pawmer), 
Archibald, 145; Edward. 6; Elizabeth. 112, 
125 : Elizabeth Nicolls, 125 ; Geor}?e, 124, 
244 ; John. 55. 93, 94. 97 (2), 157. 229 ; John 
Warner. 144; Mary, 90, 94, 97; Peter, 112; 
Philip, 112. 125; Philippa, 81; Prudence, 
241 : Robert. 93, 201 : Samuel, 244 : Thomas, 
109, 229 ; Thomas Henary, 87 ; William, 142. 

Panckridg-e (Pancridg^e. Pankridge), Martha, 
104 : Mary, 267 ; William, 98 (2). 104 (2), 
267 (2). 

Pannell. George. 247 ; Henry, 247 ; Martha, 
247. 

Panter, Richard, 137. 

Papps, Edward Rise, 183 ; Elizabeth, 176 ; 
Sarah, 178. 

Parham. John. 160. 

Parker, Ann, 153 (2), 158. 219 ; Clarissa, 273 ; 
Deborah, 88 ; Elizabeth. 35. 50. 57. 96. 109 ; 
Hugh, 83, 84 (2); Jacob,' 236, 237' (2); 
James. 57 : Jane, 56 ; John. 52, 94, 153, 154, 
237, 252; Luce. 211; Margrett, 235; Mary, 
212: Mr.. 50. 208: Nicholas. 212; Rachell. 
89 ; Richard, 35. 49, 52, 53, 57 ; Samuel. 81 : 
Sarah, 57. 62 ; Susana. 211 ; Thomas. 47 (2;, 
.50, 211 (8). 236: Ursula, 73: Widdow. 212 : 
William. 153. 212 (2), 237 ; — , 49, .50, 61. 

Parkin. Symond. 48 ; — , 48. 

Parkinson (Parkeinson). Elizabeth. 131 ; Mary. 
136: Michael, 136: Philip. 260. 

Parnell (Pernell), Jaine, 51; Margarett, 90; 
Thomas, 90, 92 (2). 

Parnham (Parnahm). Elizabeth, 140 ; Joseph. 
182. 

Parr, Mr., 59. 

Parratt (Parrett, Parrott). Elizabeth. 117: 
Thomas. 6, 273. 

Parry (Perrey), Anthony, 32; Ellen, 202; 
James, 252 : Lawry, 255 ; Mary. 252 ; Moses, 
278 ; Thomas, 32 ; William, 21, 202. 

Parson, Samuel Pearce Tregeare, 188 ; Thomas 
Pearce Tregeare, 187. 

Parsons (Parsonnes. P'sons), Joane. 202 ; Mrs.. 
48. 142 ; Sarah, 135 ; Thomas, 73 : William, 
201 (2). 202 (2). 

Paschall, William, 269. 

Paske. Dockter, 43. 44 ; Martha, 41 ; William, 
42 (2) ; -, 43. 

Pasmore, Mary, 279. 



Patch, William, 154. 

Pate. Mary, 113 ; William, 113 (2). 

Paterson (Patterson). Hannah, 128 ; James, 

277 ; William, 258. ' 
Patt, Jane, 4. 

Patten (Patton), Agnes, 253; Andrew, 128; 

Cato. 280 : Elizabeth, 260 ; James, 253 ; Jane, 

129 ; Mary, 253 ; Richard, 129, 134 ; Sarah, 

129 (2). 
Patties, see Pittis. 
Paul, Elizabeth, 157 ; George, 113 (2), 114, 146, 

148; Maliu. 113; Peter, 258; Susanna, 113, 

114,148. 
Paulswharf, Abigail, 125 ; Benet, 110 ; Frances, 

106 ; Harry, 110. 
Pavier, Edward, 8. 
Pay, John. 249, 250 : Mary, 250 ; Susanna, 249, 

250 ; Thomas, 249. 
Payler, Andrew. 89. 
Payne, Ann, 121 ; Francis, 121 ; John, 26 ; 

Mary, 121 ; Robert, 155. 
Payton, — , 20 ; see also Tatam. 
Peacock (Pecock), Elizabeth, 265 ; George, 288 ; 

John, lOS, 288, 292 ; Mary, 104, 108, 114 (3) ; 

Penelope. 97 ; Rachel, 292 ; Richard, 97. 104, 

108, 114 (2), 290; Sarah, 104. 
Peall, John, 241. 
Pearce (Pearse, Peerce. Peirce, Pierce), Anne, 

169 ; Catterin. 215 ;' Charles. 181 ; David, 

135; Edward, 211 (2), 215 (2); Elizabeth, 

135, 154, 276; Frances, 135; Frauncis, 1; 

George. 276 ; Harry, 285; Hughe, 6; Lucy, 

169, 170 ; Margaret, 1,2; Mary, 169 ; Moses, 

278 ; Mr., 31 ; Rebecca, 135 ; Richard, 4 (2), 
6 ; Sarah, 279 ; Thomas, 1 (2), 2, 6, 65. 

Pearson (Pearsonne, Peerson, Persone), John, 

159 ; Mary, 163 ; Richard, 1, 209 ; — , 209 (2). 
Peartree, Sarah, 199. 
Peasley (Peasly. Peisley), Elizabeth, 102, 133 ; 

John. 97, 99, 102 (2), 124 ; Mary, 99 ; Rose, 

97 ; Sarah. 95 ; Thomas, 20. 
Peat (Peatte, Peete), Elizabeth, 97; Hannah, 

129 ; Joseph. 129. 139 ; William, 257. 
Peck (Peacke, Pecke), Alfred Senior, 200 ; 

Ellinor, 17 ; John, 81 ; Mary, 82 ; Sarah, 81. 
Pecker, .tec Packer. 
Peder, James, 45 ; Mary, 45. 
Peel. Richard, 11. 
Pegler, Edward, 42. 
Pegnell. Thomas, 70. 
Pembroke. Earl of, 2. 7, 14. 
Pemerton,' Robert, 82 ; William, 82, 
Pendarvis, Grace. 230 ; Mary, 224. 
Pendleton. Elizabeth, 123. 132, 135, 256 ; 

Francis. 123 (2), 132, 135, 137, 2.56 (2) ; John, 

140 ; Sarah, 132 ; Thomas, 135. 
Pengriff, Elizabeth, 135 ; John, 135 ; Mary, 135. 
Peniston, Mr., 36. 
Penn, Francis, 107. 
Pennington (Peninton), Elizabeth, 124 ; Sarah 

159. 
Penny, James, 238, 262 ; Mary, 238. 
Pennyman (Penneman), Charles, 99 (2). 
Penryn, William, 19. 
Penson, Mr., 23. 

Penson /iliax Ashford, Elizabeth, 39. 
Peperman, John Lewis, 173. 
Pepiat, William, 263. 
Pepper, Elinor, 69. 

Perce (Perse), John, 224 (2) ; — , 223 (2). 
Percival, James, 277. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



343 



Pere, Tabitha, 71. 

Perkins (Perkens, Perkyns), Anne, 9 ; Christian 
Mary, 158 ; Christopher, 2:?1 ; Dorothy, L'49 : 
Elizabeth, 119, 139 ; Francis, 255 ; Hugh S ; 
James, 231 ; Jeremiah, 97 ; John, 255 ; Joseph, 
255 ; Marg-aret, 249 ; Mary, 52, 71 , 8fi ; Richard, 
146; Robert, 249: Sarah, IIS: Simon, 52; 
Thomas, 143; Widdow, 9, 15, 28; William 
Francis, 138. 

Perks (Perkes), George, 105 ; Jane, 105 ; Jere- 
miah, 252 ; John, 74, 105, 110, 

Pernell, i<ec Parnell. 

Perrott, Elizabeth, 155 (2), 

Perry (Perrey, Pery), Andrew, 132 ; Ann, 148 ; 
Anthony, 25, 26, 28, 29 ; Benjamin. 64 ; 
Edward, 146 ; Elizabeth, 161, 249 ; John, 62 
(2), 65, 164, 167; Joseph, 65; Lettis, 29; 
Lowery, 255 ; Mary, 145 ; Sarah, 25, 144 : 
Susanna, 87. 

Perse, sec Perce. 

Persone, sec Pearson. 

Pester, Mr., 32, 33. 

Peter, Frances, 79 ; Mary, 248 ; Providence, 245, 

Peters, Elinor, 245 ; John. 249. 

Pether, Mary Ann, 264. 

Pettiward, Edward, 35 ; John, 35. 

Pettiwood, Edward, 35 ; Elizabeth, 35. 

Pettway, Elizabeth, 150. 

Petty, Constance, 73. 

Peverill (Peverell, Peveriel. Peveril), Henry, 
90, 93 (2), 94 (2), 98, 102, 121 ; John, 102; 
Rebecca, 102, 121 ; Thomas, 90, 98, 103. 

Pew, see Pugrh. 

Pey, John, 114. 

Phaile, Priscilla, 156. 

Pharaoh (Pharoa), James, 82 ; Margery, 72. 

Phelps (Philps), Alice. 137, 142 ; Charles. 174 ; 
Edward, 82; H.^iry, 139; John, 137, 143, 
146; Philip, 146; Sarah, 166, 167, 170; 
Thomas, 137. 

Philis, Ann, 282. 

Phill, John, 67. 

Phillips (Philips, Phillipps), Ann, 130 ; Charles, 
147 ; Ciseley, 24 ; Edward, 197, 199 ; Eliza- 
beth, 198. 2.59; Elizabeth Sarah, 195 ; Good- 
man, 230 ; Hannah, 149 ; James, 228, 229, 
231 ; Jane, 231 ; John, 149, 200 ; Jone, 228 : 
Lydia, 130 ; Mary, 119, 260 ; Mary Ann, 149 ; 
Peter, 229 ; Richard, 200 ; Robert, 19, 20. 24 ; 
Rogej", 227 ; Sarah, 195 ; Thomas, i) ; William, 
194 ; — . 51. 

Philpot (Fillpot), Henry, 225 ; John. 33 ; John, 
junr., 91 : Thomas, 225 ; Timothy, 99. 

Philpots (Phillpots), Marke, 3 ; Richard, 2, 3. 

Phippit, Mary, 138. 

Phipps (Phips), Hinckley, 166 ; Joan, 139 ; 
John, 238 (3); Katherine, 137; Mary, 158: 
William, 238. 

Pickett (Pickkett), Elizabeth, 145, 152 ; James, 
145, 152, 160; Michael, 152; Randall, 94; 
Sarah, 145 ; William, 88. 

Piokmoore, Martha, 26 ; Wiliiam, 26. 

Pickwell, John, 175. 

Pie, see Pye, 

Pierce, see Pearce. 

Pigget, Thomas, 147. 

Piggott, Thomas, 75. 

Pike, John, 272. 

Pilcock, Richard, 48. 

Pilgrim (Pilgrem), Ann, 115; Eleanor, 115; 
Thomas, 115. 



Pilkinsonne, John, 41 ; Steiven. 41. 

Pilley, Elizabeth, 41 ; John, 41, 44 ; Richard. 

41 (2), 43, 44 ; — , 43, 
Pinckard (Pinkard, Pinkerd), John. 259 : Marv, 

256, 258, 259 (2), 263 ; Nathaniel Everard, 

258 : Sarah, 259 ; Thomas, 256 (2), 258, 259 

(2), 267 (2), 
Pinckney, Ann, 24, 34 ; Charles, 46 (3), 47, 54, 

67 ; Edward, 47 ; Elizabeth, 40, 165 : Emond, 

40 ; George, 19, 24 (3). 26 (2),' 29, 34 (2), 40 
(3), 46, 53 (2), 54, 72 : Isabel, 54, 67 : .James. 
54 ; Jane. 65; Mr,. 51 : Phillip, 29; Robert^ 
34 ; Ursula, 54 (2), 65 ; William, 40. 

Pine, Charles, 275 ; Elizabeth, 276, 

Pinfold, Caesar, 108 ; Charles, 104, 106, 108. 

114 ; Elizabeth, 75 (2), 106'; Margaret, 67; 

Renea. 108 ; Kobert. 65 ; Thomas, 65 (2), 

67, 75 (2), 104 ; Sir Tho., 91 ; William, 

114. 
Pingo, Benjamin, 173. 
Piriey, Elizabeth, 49 ; Henry, 49. 
Pitches (Pichars), John, 109 ; Judith. 109, 
Pitman, John, 31 ; Susanna, 25 ; William, 25, 

31, 41 (2). 
Pitt, James. 182 ; Rebecca, 181. 
Pittis (Patties). Ann, 106 ; William. 106 (2), 
Pitts, John, 235 : Mose.«, 241, 
Place. Ellin. 214. 

Planner (Planer), Henry. 129 ; John. 66. 
Plant, Elizabeth, 84. 
Planten, Ann, 117 ; Philip, 117 (2). 
Plasfoott. Francis, 83. 
Plator, Elizabeth, 271. 
Piatt, Bathseba, 159 ; Cheyney, 152 ; John. 40, 

197 ; William, 150, 
Playle, Ann, 126 ; Margaret, 121 ; Rebecca, 

126; Sydney, 121, 126. 
Playter, John Collins, '2~' 
Pledger, William, 26, 
Plimley, William, 57. 
Ploughman, Mary, 121 ; 
Plowrate, John, 206 (2) , 
Plummer (Plomer, Plumer), Jane, 67 ; John, 

41 ; Lancelot, 80 ; Mary, 80, 248 ; Sarah, 96 ; 
Stephen, 248 ; William, 73, 137, 

Plumridge, Amelia, 275, 27(! ; William, 276. 

Plumtree, Lyonell. 15. 

Plush, George, 36 (2), 

Poade, Mary, 25 : Thomas, 25. 

Pocock, Ann, 252; Bridget, 252; John, 231, 

252 ; Mary. 231. 
Pode, Thomas, 39. 
Poge, Mr., 15. 
Pointing, see Poynting. 
Polgi'eene, Margaret, 184. 
Pollard, Jane, 59 ; John, 41 (2), 44 ; Robert, 

44 : William, 6 (2). 
Polle'tt (Pollet), Alice, 77, 100 ; Ann, 82 ; Mar- 
garet, 71 ; Mary, 71 ; Mr., 71, 100 ; William, 

67, 82, 84 (2). 98. 
Polton, Anne, 21 ; Sarah, 66. 
Pomfret (Pomfreet, Pomfrett), Charles, 28 ; 

Francis, 28 ; Isabell, 6() ; John, 53, 55, 67 ; 

Sara, 25 ; Steven. 53 ; Thomas, 25. 
Poney, Ann, 287 ; Elizabeth, 286 ; Joseph, 288 ; 

Lydia, 288 ; Susannah, 286 ; Thomas, 285. 
Pouting. James, 120. 
Pooke, Elizabeth, 279. 
Poole (Pool, Pooll), Andrew, 277 ; Ann. 110, 

274 ; Elizabeth, 274 ; Frances, 274, 276 ; 

Francis, 50, 53 ; Hannah, 264 ; Joane, 58 ; 



70. 



Richard, 121. 
207, 208. 



3i4 REGISTEES OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETEK, PAUL's WHARF. 



Margaret. 110 ; Mr., 10 : Mrs., 21. 31) ; Robert. 

59 : William. 10(2), 110, 182. 
Pooley. Giles, SS : Susanna, 8S. 
I'oore (Poor). John, 147; Mary. 148, 147: 

Susanna, 147. 
Pope, Ann. 74, 80. 117 : Edward, 74 ; John, !.">. 
123 : Martha. 2:>^ : Reback. 240 : Tho., 24o! 

241 (3); William, 117, 120. 
Porker, Hester. 14(i ; John, 144 ; Samuel, 1.5S. 
Porkins, John. 27fi. 
Porter (Porrtter. Portter). Abraham, 21G. 217, 

218. 220, 223 : Dava. 21(; : John. 218 : Judith. 

3(5; Mar^'aret, 217 ; William, 22o. 
Porthouse. Elizabeth. 27!» : John, K.") : Thomas. 

277 ; William, 277, 283. 
Portman. William Peter,' 2()o. 
Postern, Frances, 139. 
Pott, George, 25.-) ; Martha, '2'yo. 
Potter. Elizabeth, 100; Johanna Coombs. 2S4 : 

John. 140, 202 : Mary. 12.5 ; Mary Jane, 282 ; 

William Henry. 174. 
Potts. James flugh. 178. 
Povah. J. v.. 200. 291 (2), 292. 
Powell (Powel), Aaron. 2(;7, 2(59 ; Ann, 81,217 ; 
David, 1.5. 20(j ; Eilvvard, 154, 1.57 ; Elizabeth. 

n\. 1.5G, 27."), 2t'>7 : Hannah, 122 ; Hugh, 20: 

Humphrey, .51 ; Joanna, 122; John, ()9, 122. 

2.54 : Katherine. 224 ; Lewes. 218 ; Mary. 74. 

267 ; Peter, 144 ; Phoebe. 123 ; Richard' 194 ; 

Robert. 72. 205 ; Samuel, 174 ; Thomas. 223, 

274 ; Widdow, 51, 210 ; William, 73 ; — , 207. 
Power, Mary, 145. 
Powlett, Samuel. 180. 
Powlwbeel, Sarah. 90. 
Pownen, Robert. 41. 

Poxson (Poxom), Catherine, 249 ; John, 249. 
Poyner. Richard, 301. 
Poynes! Lady. 209. 
Poynett, Thomas, 231. 
Poyntee, James. 82 ; Ralph, 82. 
Poynting (Pointing), Anne, 85 ; Elizabeth. 129 : 

James. H:i (2). 85. 
Prat, Daniel, 202. 
Preese, Thomas, 14. 
Prejuan, Dr., 44 ; Izabella Mariah. 44. 
Prentice. Henry, 5, 7 ; John. 7 ; Widdow. 7 (2), 8. 
Prescod, William, 23 ; — , 2.i. 
Presney, Martha. 193. 
Preston, Ann, 171 ; Mary. 71. 
Prestwich. Mary, 227 ; 'ihomas, 227. 
Prew, Anne, 137 : James, 139 ; John, 137 (2). 
Price, Barnard, 47 : Catherine. 251 : Daniel, 50. 

75; Edie, 222; Edward, 133; Elinor, 75: 

Elizabeth. 57, .58, 00, 131 (2) ; Evan, 11, 19, 

33. 147; George. 47: Hannah. 133: Henry. 

47 (2), 88, 212 ; Hugh, 35 ; Jane, 47 ; John! 

31. 40, 43. 44, 40. 47, 50. 57, 58. 59. 70, 80 (2). 

131 (3), 130, 202. 251 (2); Joseph, 128, 189 ; 

Katherine. 07 ; Magdalen, 02 : Martha, 101 : 

Mary, 121, 124 (2), 128 (3) ; P.ebecca. II : 

Richard. 30. 250; Robert, 131 ; Samuel. 124. 

128 (3); Sarah, 40, 90, 128. 140; Su.sanna. 

33 : Thomas. 35 (2), 36, 40, 43, 47, 48, 51 ; 

Walter. 33, 222 ; William, 35, 85, 131 ; — , 40, 

40, 47, 48. 
Prichard ( Pritchard). Daniel, 81 , 88, 89 : George, 

81, 89 ; Griffith, 202 ; Lewes, 20 ; Mary. 275 ; 

Sarah, 88. 
Priest (Preist), George. 119 : Sarah, 117. 
Priestly, John, 177. 
Prince, Hannah, 88 ; Joanna, 88 ; Richard, 88. 



Princes (Princs), Mary, 80; Richard 85 (3); 
Robert. 85. 

Priscott (Pri.scot), Peter, 31 (2) ; Roger, 32 (2) ; 
Thomas. 32 ; William, 40 ; — , 32. 

I'riswell, Mary, 150. 

Prittell, Thomas, 53. 

Prittie (Prittys), John, 49 ; Mary, 55 (3) ; Tho- 
mas, 48 (2). 

Probart, .Mary, 278. 

Proctor, Robert Fox. Ill ; William, 107. 

Prossall. Jane, 45. 
Prosser. Ephraim, 58. 

Protheroe (Prothero), Ann, 133; Cecilia, 133; 

.lohn, 133 ; Margaret, 176. 
Proudman, Elizabeth, 191. 

Provence, 3Iary, 138. 

Prowde, Lewes, 3 ; William, 3. 

Prowsse. George, 217 ; Marye, 217. 

Pruett, Randall, 22 ; Widdow, 27. 

Pruriett, Katherine, 15 ; Randall, 15. 

Pudnor. George, 179. 

PufFey, Henrv, 159. 

Pugh (Pew. Pewgh, Pue), Dorothy. 119 ; Eliza- 
beth. 87, 140. 141. 149 ; Evan. 87, 91, 92, 107, 
114. 140; Griffith, 85. 133; Howell, 149 (2) 
John. 23, 20; Joseph, 133; Katharin, 86 
Littleton, 119; Lydia. 82; Martha, 82 
-Mary, 107; Mr., 100, 102, 120; Ruth, 86 
Samuel, 91 ; Thomas, 20, 121, 147 ; Widdow, 
28 ; William. 80. 

Pullin (Pullen, Pulling, PuUyn), Elizabeth, 
135 ; George, 253; Margaret, 250, 251 (2), 
253 ; Mary, 250 ; Thomas, 250, 251, 253. 

Pumfrey, Charles, 32 (3). 

Pummis, Richard, 19. 

Pumphreys, John, 40 ; — , 40. 

Purchase (Purchas), Daniell, 21, 31, 03; Eliza- 
beth. 75 ; William, 71, 223. 

Purdo.' John. 214 ; Mary, 214. 

Purkes, Elizabeth, 96. 

Purrell. Hannah, 160. 

Purrett. Esther, 100 ; Robert, 156. 

Pursey, Benjamin, 189. 

Pybus. Daniel, 53. 

Pye (Pie), Alice, 2 ; Elizabeth. 05. 

Pyke, Ann, 269 ; Elizabeth, 154, 268, 

Pym, Elizabeth, 57. 

Pyne, George, 274 ; John, 274 ; William, 275. 

Pytes, Richard. 200. 



Q 

Quarrill. Thomas. 200. 

Quary (Query), Edward, 00 (2). 

Quick, Didej', 151 ; Elizabeth, 151 ; George, 93 

(2) ; Jane, 91. 
Quiltou, Ann, 198. 
Quince, Arthur, 237. 
Quiuton, Edward, 220 ; James, 92 ; John, 91 ; 

Richard, 91. 



R 



Race, Margaret, 54. 

Radclyffe, Edward Fitzwilliam, 180 ; William, 

186; William Marechale, 181. 
Raderum, Elizabeth, 22 ; Symon, 22 ; Widdow, 

22 (2). 
Ragg, Sarah, 270. 



INDEX NOMINTJM. 



B45 



Ragg-et, Widow, 207 (2). 

Railton (Ralton), John, 137, 138 (2) ; Mary. 

137, 138 ; Thomas, 137; William, 140. 
Ralph, Susannah Frances, 190. 
Ramag, Lucy, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Ramsay (Ramsey, Ramssey), Abigail, 20G ; 

AUse, 207 ; Annes, 201 ; Brian, 56 ; Jane, 

196; John, 201 (2), 206, 207, 208, 209, 214 ; 

Joseph, 208, 209 ; Mr., 205, 213 ; Thomas, 198. 

201. 
Ramshire, John, 153. 

Randall (Randel, Randell), Anne, 223; Eliza- 
beth. 178, 224 : John, 55, 97, 178 : John 

Wilder, 171; Maria, 175; Mary, 158, 167; 

Mary Ann, 164, 265; Thomas, 43, 47, 223, 

224 ; — , 43. 
Rande, William, 14. 
Randolph (RandoUph. Randoulph). Ambrose, 

230 ; Mrs., 209 ; Robert, 224 ; Ursela, 207. 
Rands, Joan, 23 ; John, 12. 41 ; William, 12, 16, 

41. 
Ranes, Edward, 19 : Elizabeth. 13 ; Mr.. 10(2) ; 

Rose, 13 ; Widow, 19 ; William, 10, 13 (2). 
Rankin, Ann, 163. 

Ransford. Elizabeth, 133 ; Miles, 133. 
Raper, William, 273. 
Raphson (Ralpson), Mary. 242. 
Rapley, John, 139 ; Mabell, 150. 
Rash, Francis, 39 ; John, 39. 
Raskin, Elizabeth, 144. 
Rastell, William, 22. 
Ratcliffe (Ratliffe, Rattleife, Rattliph), Ann, 

60; Eliza, 60; Elizabeth, 54, 218; Thomas, 

69, 218 (2), 222 ; William, 222. 
Rattless, Mr., 52. 
Raues, Katherine, 5 ; William, 5. 
Raven, Anne, 7 ; Benjamin. 7 ; Richard, 237 ; 

Thomas, 238 ; William, 237. 
Ravenscroft, John, 43. 
Rawley, Thedotius, 5 ; Widow, 5. 
Rawlin, Mr., 12. 
Rawlins (Rawlines), Ann, 163 ; Barnett. 63, 87 

Benjamin, 79, 93 ; Bernard, 73 ; Dorothy, 26 

Edward. 156 : Elizabeth, 63 ; James. 85 

John, 28; Martha, 166; Mr., 26, 77; Na 

thaniel. 76, 79, 85: Phoebe Dobson, 162 

Richard, 18. 19. 20, 162. 165 ; Sarah, 89 ; Tho 

mas, 6, 26, 49, 76 ; Valentin, 87, 89 ; Walter, 

93; William, 38 ; —,18. 
Raworth (Rawworth), Elizabeth, 88 ; John. 28, 

29, 32, 58, 88 ; Judith. 61 (2) ; Mary, 27 ; 

Mr., 27 ; Richard, 28 ; Robert, 29 ; Ruth, 35 ; 

Thomas, 35. 
Rawson, Elizabeth, 66 ; John, 78, 226 ; Luke, 

225; Mary, 107; Mr., 72; Prissilla, 75; 

Timothy, 71, 97. 
Ray (Raye), Elizabeth, 257 ; George, 257 ; John, 

242 ; Katharin, 242 ; Matthew, 257 ; sec alw 

Rey. 
Raymond (Rayman), Christian, 271 ; Jane, 96, 

99 ; John, 260 ; John Christian, 260 ; Joseph, 

96 ; Mary, 265 ; Sarah, 260. 
Rayner, John, 24 ; Joshua. 88 ; Robert, 15 ; 

Samuel. 88. 
Raynsford. William. 71. 
Read (Reade, Reed), Alice, 138; Anne, 95,140, 

285 ; Elizabeth. 98, 141. 279 ; George. 248, 

282 ; Jane, 94 : John. 138, 250, 252 ; Sir John, 

29 ; Joseph, 248, 250 (2). 252 ; Joyce, 2.52 ; 

Mary, 138, 248, 250, 252 (2), 283 ; Richard 

Conscience, 169 ; Samuel, 252 ; Thomas, 29, 
yOL. IV, 



2.36, 281; Vincent. 94; William, 79 (2), 92 
(2). 94 (2). 95. 135, 262; William Henry. 
190; — , 32. 

Reader, Harriett. 19!). 

Readifoot, Elisha. 147. 

Reading, see Redding. 

Reanolds, see Reynolds. 

Reason (illas Thomas, Mary, 164. 

Reavey, James, 194. 

Record, Thomas, 279. 

Redding (Reading, Redin. Reding, Reeding), 
Beniamyn, 28 (2), 29; Elizabeth, 212, 213; 
John, 219; Margrett, 30 ; Mary. 28 ; Thomas, 
284 ; William, 89, 212, 213, 243 ; — , 28. 

Redhead, Charles, 69. 

Redman. Elizabeth, 8; Joane, 8 ; John, 8 : Ro- 
bert, 7, 8 (3), 12. 13 ; Sara, 12. 

Redmayn, John, 92, 94 ; Prisiler, 92. 

Reece (Reese, Reess), Dorothy, 26 ; Dr.. 220 ; 
Jacob, 198; John, 26; Richard, 220; Row- 
land. 100. 

Reeve, Ann, 26 ; Bridget, 29 : John, 209 ; Tho- 
mas, 26, 29. 30. 

Reeves, Eleanor, 250 ; Elizabeth. 127. 267, 268 ; 
James. 100, 103,104 (2). 114, 127; Jane, 100, 
103, 104, 114; Joseph, 267 (2); Mary, 103, 
174 ; Mary Ann, 268 ; Matthew, 250 ; Sarah, 
250 ; Susanna, 267 ; Thomas, 178, 267. 

Reiley, Mary, 198. 

Reinolds (Reighnoldes, Reinolls), see Reynolds. 

Reman, Sarah, 261. 

Rembam, James, 36 (2). 

Rembron (Rembran), Jeames, 38 ; Mary, 61. 

Remond, William, 262. 

Rennold. see Reynold. 

Reirolds (Renoldes), see Reynolds. 

Resden, Thomas, 36. 

Revell, Michaell, 229. 

Rewree, Robert, 36. 

Rey, Elizabeth, 255 ; Ellinor, 125 ; see also 
Ray. 

Reynold (Rennold), John, 64, 71. 

Reynolds (Reighnoldes, Reinolds, Reinolls, 
Renoldes, Renolds, Reynalds), Ann, 36, 249 ; 
Charles, 177: Henry, 94, 95; Humfrey, 23, 
24; Jane. 247; John. 291: Joseph, 249; 
Lucretia, 5 ; Mary, 95, 249 ; Robert, 36, 242 
(2) : Sarah, 165 ; Susanah, 78 ; Thomas, 105. 

Reynoldson, Frances, ^i\ ; Hannah, ^i>. 

Rice. Kdvvd., 192; Father, 8; Joane, 3; John 
Henry, 274 ; Thomas, 3. 

Rices, Elizabeth, 85, 242. 

Richabee. Sarah, 114. 

Richard. Thomas, 16. 

Richards (Hichardes, Ruchardes), Anne, 16, 
259 ; Benjamin, 259 ; David, 153 ; Elizabeth, 
275 ; Hannah, 245. 275 ; Jacob, 275 ; John, 
244; Jonathan, 243, 245 (2); Joseph. 244; 
Mary, 56 : Philip, 259 : Sarah, 245 ; Susan, 
14: Susannah, 177; Thomas. 16, 22, 23; 
William, 243, 275. 

Richardson (Richardsonne, Richesonne). Anne, 
5, 102 (2); Eleanor, 120; Elizabeth, 30.61, 
111, 120 (2). 137, 145, 147; Henry, 111; 
James. 141 : Jane, 30; Joane, 7; John. 57; 
Martha, 148; Mary, 8 (2), 120; Mr., 7; 
Mrs.. 61 ; Richard, 2, 141 ; Thomas, 53. 108, 
137 (2) ; William, 2 (2), 3. 5, 25, 93, 102, HI, 
120 (2). 

Richford, Edmund, 1 ; Edward, 4 ; Elizabeth, 
1 ; Thomas, 4. 

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346 REGISTERS OP ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL'S WHARF. 



Richman, Daniel, 225 ; Edmond, 225 (2) ; 
John, 141. 

Richmond. Edward, 51 ; Jane, 91 ; Mary, 51 (2). 

Rickards. Hannah. 27(>. 

Ricketts, Samuell, 230 (2). 

Eickson, Lawrence, 22, 39 ; Thomas, 22. 

Rider (Kidder), see Ryder. 

Ridg-e, Ann, 74 ; Elizabeth, 70 ; Katharine, 74 ; 
Robert, 70, 75. 

Ridgeley, Edward, 225 ; John, 225. 

Ridgres, John. 71. 

Ridler. Hannah. 257 ; Jane, 257 ; Samuel, 257. 

Ridley, Ladie, 26 : llartha. 138 ; Sir Thomas, 14. 

Rigden (Rig-dan), Henry. 129 ; Mary, 125, 129 ; 
William. 125 (2). 126. 129. 

Rige, Anne, 204 ; Mr.. 205 : Thomas, 204. 

Rigg (Rigge), Edward, 243, 244 : Elizabeth, 
256 : George. 243 ; James. 203 ; Joseph, 244 ; 
jNfr., 203. 206 ; Thomas, 270. 

Right, Alice, 40 ; Nickholas, 41 ; Thomas, 40. 41. 

Rigwood, Joseph. 143. 

Riley (Rilyes>, Ann, 270 ; Elizabeth, 26, 168 ; 
Widdow, 51. 

Rinch, Susanna, 104. 

Rine, John, 40 (2). 

Rippingham, Margaret, 12 ; William, 12. 

Rittinger, George Adam. 144. 

Roach, Mary, 275. 

Roades (Roads), see Rodes. 

Roadley (Roadie), John, 242, 243 ; Susanna, 
242, 243. 

Robards, James, 94 ; Jeremiah, 94. 

Roberts (Robarts), Anne, 41, 275 ; Blanch, 29 ; 
Catherine, 105, 121; Daniel, 259: David, 
281 ; Edmond. 21 ; Edward, 130, 132, 167 ; 
Edyth, 61 ; Eleanor, 121 ; Elizabeth. 124 (2), 
1.55, 161, 235; Frances, 24; George, 145; 
Griffith, 121 ; Henry. 152 ; James, 288 ; Jane, 
132, 164 : Joane, 58 ; John, 20, 21, 24, 21), 37, 
81. 109, 152, 181, 202, 224, 229, 275, 292; 
Judith, 137; Lewis, 105; Lucy, 81; Mary, 
165, 224, 275 ; Nathaniel, 160 ; Nicholas, 124 ; 
Richard, 62, 216 ; Robert, 137 ; Rose, 41 ; 
Sarah. 130. 132, 152 ; Sophia, 275 ; Susanah, 
77 ; Thomas, 130, 137, 160, 165, 223 ; Thomas 
Pottenger, 146 ; William, 229, 288. 

Robertson, Elizabeth, 169 ; George Robert, 277 ; 
Thomas, 150. 

Robins (Robbins), Anne, 14. 99, 139 ; Jason, 
138; John, 14, 24, 98; Mary. 280; Robert, 
140 ; Samuel, 98, 99. 

Robinson (Robeson, Robinsone, Robinsonn). 
Absalom, 259 (2) ; Alice, 54 ; Ann, 22 (2)! 
44, 245; Anna Maria, 151; Catherine, 196; 
Charles, 180 ; Sir Christopher. 197 ; Dr., 180 ; 
Eleanor, 134 ; Elizabeth, 16, 40, 41, 227, 259 ; 
Elline, 2) ; Emraa, 283 ; Frances, 90 ; Fran- 
cis, 94 ; George, 140 ; Hannah, 147 ; Henry, 
124; James, 151, 2.50; Jane, 250; John, 26, 
36 (3), 37, 40, 41, 42, 97 ; Joshua. 125, 128 ; 
Judith, 137 (2) ; Katherine, 99, 131 ; Mary, 
24, 35, 36, 110, 124 (2). 125, 128 ; Mercy, 22 ; 
Mr.. 37; Rebecca, 138; Richard. 15], 210, 
215'; Robert, 16, 21, 22 (3), 24,35, 42 (2), 137 ; 
Samuel, 41, 45 ; Searle, 97, 139, 141 ; Steiven, 
45 ; Thomas, 250 ; Walter, 125 ; Widow, 44, 
47; William, 171, 227. 

Rock, James, 197. 
Rockets. Grace, 278. 

Rockwell, Roger, 33 ; Ruth, 33. 

Rodbard, Thomas, 281, 



Roden, Charles, 117 ; Henry, 117. 

Rodes (Roades. Roads, Rooads, Roodes), Anne 

9; Edward, 3, 18, 21, 23; Elizabeth, 60; 

George, 9, 10 (2). 22 ; Jane, 10 : Judith, 59 ; 

Mary, '22; Mr., 10; Sara, 23; Widow, 38; 

William, 52 (2). 59 ; — . 3. 
Roffey, George, 234, 236 ; William, 236. 
Rogers (Rodgers, Roggers), Abraham, 243 ; 

Andrew, 183 ; Ann, 57, 120, 122. 125. 133, 

135, 136, 138, 257, 279; Cadwallader, 4. 9; 

Charles, 136; Dorathy. 51; Edwin, 287; 

Elizabeth, 140, 238. 242 ; Francis, 143 ; Han- 
nah, 170; Jane. 181 ; John, 4. 5,' 18. 58, 83, 

200, 257 ; Louisa, 183 ; Lucj', 133 ; Martha. 

176; Mary, 168, 239; Jlary Ann, 166; 

Morgane, 210 ; Peter. 49 : Philip. 179 : Robert. 

227 : Salwin, 254 ; Sarah, 236, 239 : Selwyn, 

120, 122: Susannah, 193; Thomas. 49, W^. 

120, 122, 125. 133. 136. 140. 236. 242. 257: 

Walter, 227 ; Widdow. KJ (2), 243 ; William 

49, 51, 57. 58, 125, 239 (3), 256 ; — , 49. 
Roland, William, 174. 
RoUes, Wyllam, 218. 
Rolling, Mary, 280. 
Rollins, Sarah, 143. 
Romatta, Mary, 176. 
Romboull, Robert, 8. 
Romney, Ann, 166 ; see also Rumney. 
Ronaldson. Mary, 289. 
Ronoles. John. 15 ; Robert, 15. 
Roode, Mr., 12! 
Rookes, Elizabeth, 41. 
Rose, Charles, 176; Elenour, 65; Elizabeth, 

170 ; Frederick. 176 ; Hannah, 176 ; Isaac, 

175 ; Richard, 40 (2) ; Thomas, 97, 102 (2). 
Rosesun, Mary, 84. 
Ross, Maria, 198. 
RoEser, George, 137. 
Roten, Thomas. 150. 
Roules, Jone. 223. 

Roulins, Dorritte, 222 ; George, 222. 
Round, Samuel. 157. 
Rouse (Rous, Rousse), Betheya, 102 ; Bethia, 

102; Elizabeth, 271: Mr., 9; Sarah. 108, 

163 ; Thomas, 102, 108 (2) ; William, 146. 
Rowe (Row), Ann, 89 ; Jane Matilda, 289 ; 

Joseph. 89'. 
Rowell (Rowel), Elizabeth, 96; Jann, 217; 

John. 96. 121,217,218 ; Joseph, 111 ; Samuel, 

79 ; Widdow, 14 ; — , 218. 
Rowland. Evan, 153; Hugh, 153; Jane. 153; 

Mary, 153 ; Philip, 275. 
Rowles (Rowels), Mary, 60 ; Rebecka, 38 ; 

Richard, 42, 47 ; — , 42. 
Rowley, Alexander. 20 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; Francis, 

20; Widdow. 4. 21. 
Royden (Roydon). John, 126, 128, 132, 133; 

Joseph, 132 ; Mary, 126 (2), 128 (2), 132, 133. 
Royeston, Anne, 260 ; Clayton, 260 ; Elizabeth, 

260. 
Royle, Gertrude, 259 (2) ; Mary, 259 ; Samuel, 

259 (2). 
Ruchardes, see Richards. 
Ruddle (Ruddell). Edee, 24; Elizabeth. 15; 

Francis, 15 (3), 19, 23, 24 (2) ; Sara, 24 ; Susan 

23. 
Rudy, Annes, 208 ; Jhoan, 208 ; John, 208 (4). 
Rugless, Matthias William, 266. 
Rule, James, 187 ; Martha, 191. 
Rumbley, William, 141. 
Rumley, Elizabeth, 141, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



sil 



Rumney (Rumny), Elizabeth. 237 : Garrad, 
239 ; Gerard, 23G ; Henry, 141 ; John, 23G. 

Runlett, Charles, 4(3. 

Rush, Grace, 101. 

Rushen. John, 85 ; Samson, 8.5. * 

Rushworth, Ann.' 248 ; Bryan, 244 (3), 248 ; 
Charles, 244 ; Danby, 244 ; Parker, 244 ; 
Thomas, 244. 

Russ, Mary, 163. 

Russell (Rusel, Rusell, Russel, Russill), Ann, 
73, HI ; Ellis, 86 ; Emanuel. 69, 77 ; Frances, 
89; Francis, 37; John, 76 ;' Joseph. Ill, 115 
(2); Mary, 115; Mary Ann, 169; Pear.sann, 
237 ; Robert. 86 ; Sarah, 111, 115 (2), 169 ; Tho- 
mas, 37, 229; William, 115; Sir William, 229. 

Rustall, Elizabeth, 162. 

Ruston, John, 163. 

Rutherford. Isabela, 192 ; John, 182. 

Rutland, William, 223. 

Rutt, Anne, 133. 

Rutter, Dorothy, 210 ; Mr., 207 ; William, 206, 
207, 209, 210, 211. 

Ryal, Eleanor. 199. 

Rycraft. Thomas. 222. 

Ryder (Ridder, Rider), Ann, 271, 272 ; Christian, 
270 ; Christopher, 270 ; Christopher John, 
268; Christopher Nelson, 269 ; Christr. Thos., 
269 ; Elizabeth, 265, 266 ; Esther, 266 ; Georofe, 

268 ; Jacob, 77 ; James, 149, 276 ; John, 141, 
265. 273 ; Mr., 156 ; Rachaell, 270; Rebecca, 

269 ; Thomas,264, 265,275 ; William, 266, 269. 
Rydon, John, 111 ; Mary, 111 (2). 

Ryland, Martha, 149. 



Sabey (Sabee, Subey), James, 236 ; Janne, 241. 
Sabine (Sabin, Sibin, Sibon), Elizabeth, 266 ; 

John, 79; Milcah, 77 ; Sarah, 79; Thomas, 261. 
Sackers, Robert, 77. 
Sadler (Sadlear). Elizabeth, 95 ; Martha. 117, 

124. 136 ; Mary, 85, 136 ; Mr., 18 ; Richard, 

9. SO, 85 (2), 89, 117, 124 (2), 136 (2), 139 ; 

Thomas, 80, 117, 282. 
St. Eloy, Hester, 132 ; Hester Mary, 132 ; Isaac, 

110 ; Peter, 132. 
St. George (Singceorge), La.dy Elizabeth, 94 ; 

Sir Henry, 102, 107, 217 ; Isabella, 85 ; 

Ollyver, 217 ; Richard, 106 ; Thomas, 85 ; 

Sir Thomas, 93. 
St. John, Dr., 75 ; John, 73. 75 ; Oliver, 73. 
St. Peere, Owen, 239 (4) ; Richard, 239. 
Sakle. see Seckly. 
Sale, John, 49. 

Salladine (Sallodyne), Elizabeth, 76 ; John, 37. 
Salmon, Edward. 42 ; Susanna, 196 ; William 

Benjamin, 199 ; — , 42. 
Salter (Sallter), Benedict, 212 ; Bennett, 219 ; 

Mary, 212 ; Mr., 211 ; Richard, 296. 
Sarabrouck, John, 231. 
Sames, Dr., 218. 
Samford, Edward, 6, 17 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; Mary, 

41 ; Rowland, 4 ; Thomas, 41 ; William, 4, 6. 

14, 17, 18 (2), 19, 28, 40. 
Samms, William, 34. 
Sampson, Grace, 30, 40 ; John, 5 (2), 23, 25 ; 

Mrs., 30 ; William, 23. 
Samson (Samsson), Mr., 53, 202. 
Samuel, John, 181 ; Martha, 181. 
Samworth, Aaron, 276. 



Sanctie, Elizabeth, 38 ; John, 38. 
Sanders, Doarathie, 233 ; Elizabeth, 37, 67, 83, 
225; Ellen, 72 ; Frances, 40; John, 59, 108, 
227 ; Katharine, 234 ; Marjyaret, 59 ; Martha, 
70, 76 ; Mary, 76, 165 ; Richard, 73 ; Samuell, 
30 ; Tabitha, 108 ; T. Butter, 189, 191, 194 ; 
Thomas, 30, 36 (2), 225, 227, 228 ; William, 
37, 40. 

Sanderson, Joseph, 47. 

Saudis, Elizabeth, 83 ; Peter, 83. 

Sanforde (Sanfoord), Francis, 52 (3) ; Mary, 
52 ; Sara, 3 ; William, 3. 

Sanger, Elizabeth, 162. 

Sangoe, Richard, 158. 

Sanner (Sannver), Elizabeth, 80. 

San.sbury, John, 241. 

Sanson, Mary, 257. 

Sant, John, 4. 

Sapp'ton, Elizabeth, 7 ; William, 7. 

Sap well, George, 154, 157 ; John, 159 ; Martha, 
157 ; Mary, 140. 

Sarazin (Sarasen, Saresonne, Sazarin), Ann, 81, 
237 ; David, 81 (2), 85 (2), 237, 238 (2), 242 ; 
James, 81 ; Joshua, 44 ; Martha, 242 ; Tho- 
mas, 44. 

Sargeant, Robert, 10. 

Sarkes, see Sparkes. 

Sarney, James. 273 ; Mary, 273. 

Saulsbery, Charles, 236. 

Saunders, Elizabeth, 83 ; Jane, 31 ; John, 108 ; 
Mary. 263 ; Richard, 23 ; Samuel, 23 ; Susan- 
nah, 285 ; Tabitha, 108 ; Widdow, 26 ; Wil- 
liam, 285. 

Savege, Anne, 225 ; Mathew, 225. 

Savers, Ann, 272 ; Elizabeth, 273 ; Mary. 275. 

Savill, Martha, 174. 

Savorye, William, 11. 

Saward. Eliza, 183. 

Sawbridg, Isaack, 231 ; Mr., 231 ; Thomas, 231. 

Sawell, Elizabeth, 49 ; Phillip, 49. 

Sawyer (Saryer). Ann, 132 ; Francis, 270 ; 
William, 106. 

Saxby, Mary, 127. 

Saxeton, Joyce. 220. 

Sayer, Robert, 120. 

Sayrs, Thomas, 3 ; William, 3. 

Scarborou-jh, William, 59. 

Scard, Mary, 291. 

Scatliff (Scatliffe), Elizabeth, 28 ; John, 27 (2), 
28, 162 ; Mary, 156. 

Schoonsweer (Scoonsweer). John. 90 : Mary, 
89 ; Matthew, 89, 90. 

Schwartz, John, 139 (2). 

Scory, Silvanus, 207. 

Scott (Scot), Anne, 44 ; Catherine, 136 ; Digby, 
266; Edward, 42; Elizabeth. 81, 116 ; Henry, 
28 1 ; John. 44,46 (2), 47, 50, 54, 1 1 6, 237 ; John 
Charles. 182; Mary, 240; Mr.. 51; Robert, 
81 (4). 240; Samuel, 266; Sarah, 125, 136; 
Thomas, 54, 116; Unice, 237; William, 81, 
136 ; — , 47, 50. 

Scriven, Thomas, 138 (2). 

Sculthrup, Elizabeth, 147. 

Scutter, Jane, 225 ; Robert, 225. 

Seabourn, Thomas, 130. 

Seabrooke, Jonas, 140, 

Seackes, William, 26 (2). 

Seaford, Elizabeth, 167. 

Seager (Segar), Anne, 5 ; Elizabeth, 204 ; Good- 
man, 206 ; Jacob, 6 ; Jhone, 206 ; Robarte, 
207 ; William, 204, 206, 207, 224 ; — , 27. 



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Sealey (Sealy), George, 278 (2) ; Richard, 275 ; 
Susanna, 1(55 ; Thomas, 274. 

Seaman. Frederick. 272 ; Sophia, 272 ; William, 
229 (2). 

Seamour, see Seymour. 

Searle, Elizabeth, 138. 

Sears (Seares), Ann, 156 ; Elizabeth, 238 ; Wil- 
liam, 238. 

Seayers. James, 271. 

Seawell. Susanna, 92. 

Sebee, Elizabeth, 82. 

Seblis, nee Siblis. 

Seckly (Sakle), Elizabeth, 251 ; Martha, 251 ; 
William. 251. 

Seddon (Sedon). Mary, 105 ; Samuel, lOU (2), 
105. 

Seddon alias Davies, Bennoni, 69. 

Sedgley, Catherine, 273. 

Sedgwick, Josheway, 229 ; Judeth, 229. 

Sedwick, Gabriell, 86, 88 ; William, 86. 

Sed worth. Frances, 103 ; Susannah, 103 ; Wil- 
liam, 103. 

Seed (Seeds), Brice, 82 (2), 83, 85. 

Seignorett (Seignrett), Anne Maria, 108 ; Mary, 
105, 108 (2) ; Mary Ann, 108 (2) ; Peter. 105. 
108 (2) ; Stephen, 105. 

Selby (SelbejO- Frances, 251 ; Henry, 24i. 251 
(2) ; Sarah. 24 i. 

Seller, Mr., 49 : William, 270, 271. 

Selloes, Mary, 51. 

Sells, Martha! 1G9 ; Richard, 270. 

Semper, Elizabeth, 283 ; George, 285. 

Senden, Widow, 225. 

Sensome, John, 22 (2) ; Sara, 22. 

Sepple, Jacob. 153. 

Serieant, Widdow, 28. 

Serjant, Francis, 50 ; — , 50. 

Sessers, Sir Charells, 217. 

Setterthat, Hugh, 261. 

Severn, Elizabeth, 292 ; Samuel. 289. 

Sevier. J., 194, 195, 196. 197' (6). 198, 199, 
291 (3). 

Sewell (Shewed), Adam, 117; Frances, 291 ; 
Hannah, 117, 119. 150; Isabella, 282 ; John, 
117, 119,153, 283; Joseph. 176. 

Sexton, John, 94 ; Thomas, 94. 

Seymour (Seamour, Seymore), Edward. 145 ; 
Hugh, 300 ; Susannah, 146 : William, 126. 

Sha, Christopher. 216. 217 (2): John. 217; 
Martha. 216 ; Mrs., 218. 

Shaboe. David. 182; Elizabeth. 184; William, 
183, 184. 

Shack'ly (Shackley). Alice. 259; John, 251: 
Martha, 248, 250, 251 ; Mary, 250 ; William, 
248 (2), 250, 251. 

Shade, Henry, 181 ; Jane, 180. 

Shaftoe (Shafstow). Isabella, 184 ; Jane. 198 ; 
Robert, 188; William, 190. 

Shally, Frances, 219. 

Shambrook, Ann, 269. 

yhamwell, James, 138. 

Shank, John, 245. 

Shapelin, William, 166. 

Sharpe (Sharp), Anne, 137 ; Charles, 173 ; 
Daniel, 186; Elizabeth, 141, 163, 175, 178; 
James, 170 ; John, 137 ; Joshua, 138 ; Leonell, 
70; Margaret, 61; Mary, 137, 1.50, 152 (2). 
169; Richard, 150; Robert, 150, 152, 156^ 
175; Sarah, 173; Su.sannah, 141, 158; Tho- 
mas, 150 ; William, 23, 54, 61, 157, 178, 184. 

Shajpleaa, Sarah, 188. 



Sharpley (Sharply), Catherine, 166 ; Mary, 129. 

Sharwood, Thomas. 6. 

Shaw (Shawe). Ann. 2, 183 ; Betty, 143 ; Chris- 
topher, 12, 1(3 ; Dorathy, 78 ; Edward, 81, 84, 
102. 107.119; Elizabeth, 95. 107 ; Frances, 81 ; 
Joane, 12 ; Joanes, 144 ; John, 12, 28, 286, 
287 : Matthew. 6 ; Richard, 84 ; Roger, 2, 3, 
6, 12 (2), 18 ; Sarah, 154 ; William, 3, 41,224 
(2). 254. 285. 

Sheafe (Sheaf. Shefe), Dr., 45, 48 ; Martha, 33 ; 
Sarah, 33, 51 ; Thomas, 27, 33 (2); Wight, 
27 ; Wright, 53 ; — , 48. 

Sheeles, Robert, 26. 

Sheffield (Sheffild), Elizabeth, 84 ; Mary, 84 ; 
Rebecka, 84 ; Richard, 84 (3) ; William, 84. 

Sheild, Thomas, 75. 

Shelborn (Shilborn). Elizabeth, 248 (2) : John, 
248. 

Shelby, Ellinor, 20. 

Sheldon, Francis, 224 ; Sir Joseph, 68 (4) ; 
Thomas, 73. 

Sheldrake, Jacob. 69. 

Shelley, Annes, 206 ; William, 206. 

Sheltou, Ann, 284 ; Ann Sarah, 193 ; Thomas, 
290. 

Shelvox, Thomas, 10. 

Shepherd (Shepard, Shepheard, Sheppard), 
Anne, 234 ; Edward, 187 ; Eleanor, 175 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 267 ; Frances, 93 ; Gregory, 83, 89 
(2), 90 ; John. S3 ; Katherine, 90 ; Margaret, 
183; Maria, 195; Mr., 82; Robert, 89; Sa- 
muel, 89, 95. 183 ; Sarah, 162 ; Susanna, 94 ; 
William, 192. 

Sherah, Jeremiah, 62. 

Sheriffe, Isable, 10. 

Sherley, Susannah, 239 ; Sir Thomas, 226 ; 
William, 2. 

Sherlock, William, 4, 5. 

Sherman, Elizabeth, 102 ; John, 131, 181 ; 
Sarah, 140. 

Sherocke, sec Sherrock. 

Sherrard, Alice, 60 ; Edward, 60 ; George, 60. 

Sherring (Shering, Sherryn), Elizabeth, 230 ; 
Jane, lis ; Stephen, 121 ; Steven, 118. 

Sherrock (Sherocke), Ann, 26 ; Aory, 23 ; Ro- 
bert, 23, 26. 

Sherwil, Mary, 176. 

Sherwin, Alice, 250 ; Ann, 250 ; John, 250. 

Sherwood (Shirvvood), Alice. 53 ; Edward, 20 ; 
Ellin. 2 : George. 51, 53 ; Mary, 10, 78 ; Mrs., 
10 ; AVilliam, 51. 

Shewell, see Sewell. 

Shields, Elizabeth, 134. 

Shilborn, sec Shelborn. 

Shilleto, George, 3, 4 ; William, 3. 

Shipard, Jane, 134; Joseph, 134: Margaret, 
134. 

Shipley, John, 17s William, 34. 

Shipmau. Roger, 31. 

Shippe, Richard, 222 ; Thomas, 222. 

Shipton, William, 130. 

Sliirwood, see Sherwood. 

Shorckley. Martha, 256 ; William, 256. 

Short, Charles Thos.. 2()9 ; Thomas, 27. 

Shorter, Jaine, 75 ; John, 81 ; Thomas, 143. 

Shortland. Mary, 259. 

Shridley, John, 100 ; Thomas, 100. 

Shrimpton, Frances, 179; James, 177; John, 
183 ; Joseph, 173 ; Richard, 262 ; Sarah, 198. 

Shropshire, Joane, 4 ; Richard, 4. 

Shrosbury, George, 85. 



ii^DEX NOMINttM. 



^4^ 



Shunt, Luadolphus, 83 ; Peter, 83. 

Shurston, John, 241 (2). 

Shutte, R., 199, 291. 

Sibin, see Sabin. 

Siblis (Seblis), Thomas, 129 ; Troth, 129. 

Sibthorpe (Siptharpe), John, 231 (2) ; Peter, 
226. 

Sickes (Sicke, Sike), John, 2U, 245 ; Mary, 244 ; 
Sarah, 245. 

Siddal, John, 149. 

Sidley, Dorothy, 56 ; Elizabeth, 56, 

Sier, Mary, 87 ; Tomzin, 87. 

Silk, Anne, 260 ; Mary, 261. 

Sills, Elizabeth, 280 ; Jonathan, 280. 

Simes (Simms), see Sims. 

Simmonds (Simmons), Edmund, 224 ; Mary, 
64 ; Rebecca, 62 ; Richard, 61, 62, 156 ; 
Sarah, 134, 135 ; Thomas, 62 ; William, 61. 

Simpkins, Giles, 31 (2) ; Margerie, 31 ; — , 31. 

Simpson (Simpsonne, Simson, Sympson), Ann, 
164 ; Ann Charlotte, 154 ; Eleanor, 175 ; 
Elizabeth, 14, 148 ; Ellen, 225; Francis, 164; 
Henry, 4 ; James, 226 ; John, 3, 14 ; Maria, 
277 ; Martha, 286 ; Samuel, 144 ; Thomas, 
121; Widow, 14, 45 ; Winifred, 123. 

Sims (Simes, Simmes, Symes), Abraham, 126, 
130, 135 ; Eleanor, 162 ; Hannah, 126 ; Henry, 
264, 266 ; Mary, 126, 130, 266 ; Susannah, 
266 ; Thomas, 135 ; William, 74, 130. 

Sinclair, Mrs., 140. 

Sincoe, Hugh, 11 ; Robert, 11. 

Singeorge, see St. George. 

Singer (Singgar), Henry, 238 (2), 239. 

Singleton, Adam, 150 ; Catherine, 150 ; Chris- 
topher, 19 ; Jane, 19 ; Mathew, 150. 

Sipins, Robert, 49. 

Siptharpe, see Sibthorpe. 

Skeffington, Ann, 184 ; Benjamin, 154 ; Eliza- 
beth, 154, 157 ; George, 156 ; Jane, 198 ; 
John, 159 ; Joseph, 154 ; Mary, 182 ; Mary 
Ann, 199 ; Thomas, 172, 188. 

Skinner, Elizabeth, 16 ; Mr., 7. 11, 16 ; Nicho- 
las, 9 ; Thomas, 7 ; William, 70 ; — , 209 (2). 

Skipwith, Ann, 34 ; Elizabeth, 18 ; Henry, 9, 26. 

Skivington, Richard, 47 ; — , 47. 

Slade (Slayde), Alice, 133 ; Anne, 133 ; An- 
thony, 265 ; Benjamyn, 228 ; Burrige, 237 ; 
Edward, 273 ; Elizabeth, 25, 134, 220, 256 ; 
Emanuell, 161: Mary, 139; Maryan, 223; 
Mrs., 262 ; Sampson, 133 ; Samuel, 134 (2) ; 
Thomas, 256, 259 ; William, 220, 223 (3). 228, 
256 ; — , 230. 

Slark, Elizabeth, 179 ; Jane Prudence, 179 ; 
Mary Ann, 178. 

Slate, Elizabeth, 251 ; George, 251 ; Richard, 
251. 

Slater, Burkitt, 137, 144 ; Charlotte, 278 ; Eliza- 
beth, 157 (2) ; Jane, 279 ; John, 133, 174 ; 
Joshua, 133 (2) ; Mary, 133 (2), 137 ; Sarah, 
135 ; Sophia, 279 ; William, 133, 137 ; — , 
158. 

Sleath, Gabriel, 289. 

Sleeford, Jane, 254 (2), 262 ; Robert, 254, 259. 

Sleigh, Henry, 95 ; John, 91 (2), 95, 

Sleighford, Ann, 67, 72 ; John, 64 ; Sarah, 63 ; 
Solomon, 73 ; Susanna, 63. 

Sliford, see Slyford. 

Slingsby (Slingsbye), Goodman, 212 ; John, 212 
(2) ; Mary, 212 ; — , 210. 

Slow (Slowe), John, 12, 16 (2), 18 (2) ; Wid- 
dow, 18. 



Sly, William Savill, 165. 

Slyfeeild, Nicholas, 231. 

Slyford (Slifford, Sliford, Slyfford), Anne, 84 ; 
John, 89, 108; Peter, 113; Thomas. 84; 
Ursula, 92. 

Smaldridge, John, 55 ; Mary, 54. 

Smalles, Charles, 144. 

Smalley, Ann, 126 ; Charles, 147 ; George, 111 ; 
John, 111 ; William, 126. 

Smart, Ann, 285 ; Elizabeth, 136, 182 ; John, 
136, 137 (2) ; Joseph, 181 ; Mary, 136, 137. 

Smith (Smithe, Smithes, Smyth), Abigail, 260 ; 
Abraham, 105, 116 (2), 136 ; Alice, 27 ; Alse, 
221 ; Ambrose, 156 ; Anne, 6, 31 (2), 48, 87, 
93, 105, 120, 121, 125, 145, 149, 172, 175, 220, 
242, 264, 271; Annes, 210; Arthur, 184; 
Benjamin, 193 ; Caroline, 134 ; Catherine, 
252 ; Charles, 187, 255 ; Charlotte, 162, 178, 
272(2); Clare. 116; Daniell, 89 (2), 90, 93 
(2), 95, 98, 102, 121 (2); Dave, 228 ; David, 

231, 232, 247 ; Dinah, 255 ; Dotheritie, 213 ; 
Ebenezer, 114 ; Edmund, 6, 133 ; Edward, 5, 
6 (2), 9, 10 (3), 12, 35, 38, 263 ; Elizabeth, 9, 
36, 46, 51, 60. 80, 89, 99, 102, 103, 105, 111, 
116 (2), 118. 127, 130, 133, 134 (2). 182, 244, 
257, 258, 259 ; Elizabeth Sarah, 179 ; EUinor, 
87 ; Frances, 130 ; George, 27, 81,86, 113, 160, 
178, 191, 257 ; Giles, 118 ; Grace, 86; Han- 
nah, 186, 192, 244, 245, 268; Henry, 37, 80 
(2), 83, 88 (2), 143, 149, 152, 157, 159, 173, 
265 ; Hugh, 258, 259 ; Isabella, 85 ; James, 

34, 148, 193. 267, 270, 281 ; Jane, 59, 150 (2), 
151 (2), 189, 281 ; Joane, 235 ; John, 3 (2), 6 
(2), 7 (2), 10 (2), 12. 21, 27, 38, 47, 80, 81, 90, 
102, 120, 132, 133. 210, 214, 222 (2), 224 (3), 
252, 254, 255, 257 (2), 260, 264, 268, 272 ; 
Jonathan, 228 ; Joseph, 70, 236 ; Joyce, 44 ; 
Judith, 207, 224 ; Katherine, 3, 48 ; Lais, 
153 ; Margaret, 62 ; Martha, 42, 188, 200, 
261 ; Mary, 22, 35, 42, 45, 95, 96, 110, 111, 
114, 116, 118, 132, 134, 162, 165, 175, 191, 221, 

232, 250 (2), 255 (2), 258, 266, 271 ; Mary 
Ann, 191, 268 ; Mary Catherine, 266 ; Mat- 
thew, 266 ; Mr., 39, 51, 209, 211, 214 ; Mrs., 
207 ; Phillip, 231 ; Rachael, 134, 157 ; Re- 
becca, 132 (2); Richard, 27 (2), 31, 32 (2), 

35, 36, 38, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51 (2), 55,60, 131, 
144, 150, 151, 152, 202, 203, 207, 208 (2), 220, 
221, 227 ; Robert, 48, 80, 85, 110, 127 (3), 132 
(3), 141, 190. 206 (.3), 207, 213, 214 ; Robert 
Wilson, 269; Roger, 88 (2), 241 (2), 242; 
Samuel, 110, 111, 113 (2), 114, 116, 118, 170, 
259; Sarah, 26, 93, 116, 149, 159, 160, 252; 
Solomon, 132 : Steven, 251 ; Susan, 203, 254 
(2) ; Susannah, 180, 252, 257 (2) ; Theophi- 
lus, 260 ; Thomas, 6, 21, 24, 29, 31, 32 (2), 42 
(2), 45, 118, 120, 125, 134, 136, 146, 162, 169, 
210, 220, 236, 244, 255, 264, 281 ; Thomas, 
junr., 22 (2) ; Widow, 9, 33, 45 ; William, 5, 
6, 10, 18, 80, 98, 116, 118, 125. 134, 143, 250, 
257 (2) ; Zipporah, 131 ; — , 10, 22 (2), 38, 
44, 45, 52, 224, 227, 229 (2). 

Smith, Ellis alias, see Ellis alias Smith. 
Smithymau (Smithman), John, 109 ; Mary, 

109. 
Smythers, Elizabeth, 257. 
Snairs (Snares), Jane, 154 ; Margaret, 273. 
Sneesby, Elizabeth, 83. 

Snell, Elizabeth, 83 ; George, 83 ; Mary, 83. 
Snelling, Widdow, 23. 
Snooke (Snoock), Ann, 26 ; John, 13 (2), 19, 25, 



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26, 29, 35 ; Katherin, 25 ; Marie, 29 ; Mary, 

35 ; Mr., 33. 
Snowe, John, 202. 

Snoxell (Noxell), John, 243 ; William, 242. 
Soames (Somes), John. 212, 21G. 218 ; Melldred, 

218; Mr., 212; Thomas, 100. 
Sock, Thomas, 4. 
Somerville (Somerfeld, Sumerfilds), Ann. 121 

(2), 124, 126, 135 ; Catherine, 12(5 ; Judith, 

124 ; Michael. 121 ; Sherrington. 121 (2), 124, 

12ti, 135, 137, 1.50 ; Steven, 121. 
Sommers. nee bummers. 
Soules, Elizabeth, 49 ; John, 49. 
South, William, 41 (2), 50. 

Souther, Ann, 121 ; William, 121 ; Winifred, 121. 
Southland (Southerland), George, 94 : William, 

94. 
Southwek, Thomas, 216. 
Southwood, Thomas, 64. 
Sowerbutt, Thomas, 185. 
Sparkes (Sparks, Spearkes), Anne, 242 ; Charles, 

239, 240, 242, 248. 254 (3), 256, 257, 261. 275 ; 

Edward, 254 ; Elizabeth, 248, 254 (3), 256 ; 

James, 28 ; Jasper, 256 ; John, 240 ; Mary, 

256 ; Richard, 261 ; Sarah, 239 ; William, 20, 

58, 259 ; — , 28. 
Sparrow (Sparowes). Ann, 57 ; Elizabeth, 52, 

56 ; Thomas, 48, 52, 179 ; — , 48. 
Spedding, Margaret, 156; Thomas, 161. 
Speed (Speede), Jane, 224 ; Latham, 224 ; 

Susanna, 234. 
Speke, Stephen, 103. 
Spence, Mary, 172 (2) ; Thomas, 173. 
Spencer, Ann, 122 ; John, 29 ; Mary, 269 ; 

Mrs., 206 ; Sarah, 260 ; Sophia Margaret, 

271 : Thomas, 10 ; William, 230. 
Spicer, Elizabeth, 133, 134 ; John, 133, 134 (2) ; 

Sarah, 133. 
Spilmau, James. 121. 
Spilsworth, Elizabeth. 21 ; —.21. 
Spooner (Sponer), Abegal, 86 ; Frances, 240 ; 

John, 42 (2), 136 ; Richard, 90; Rosamond. 

144 ; Thomas, 86 ; William, 42 (2). 
Spragge, Samuel, 256. 
Spragged, William, 70. 
Spratt, Abraham, 266 (2) ; Elizabeth, 266. 
Springate, Elizabeth, 70. 
Springsiesen, John, 189. 
Spurkes, George, 105; Jane, 105; John. 105. 

110. 
Spurr, John, 237. 
Spyney, Richard, 202. 
Squire (Squier, Squir, Squyer), Ales, 218 

Edward. 222 ; Frauncis, 215 ; Grace, 223 

Hanna. 215; John, 202, 205, 207 (2), 208 

Mr., 205 (2), 206; Mrs., 208. 209, 212 (2) 

Nathaniell, 202 ; Samuell, 203, 205. 
Stables, Mary, 98 ; Richard, 98. 
Stacey (Stace. Stacy, Stayce), Charles. Ill, 117, 

121, 133 ; Daniel, 121 ; Elizabeth, 256 ; Fran- 
cis, 130; Grace, 111, 117, 121, 131 ; James, 

256 (2); John, 111; Mary, 127; Thomas. 

117,127(2). 
Stackes (Stakes). Daniel, 88, 96 : Joseph, 96 ; 

Mary, 88. 
Stadham, Nicholas, 13. 
StafEerton, Charles, 51 ; John, 51, 219 (2). 
Stafford (Staford), Elizabeth, 29; John, 29; 

Thomas, 29, 104 ; — , 20, 29, 30 (2). 
Stagg, Isaac, 285 ; Mary, 282. 
Staggers, Thomas, 157. 



Stagland (Staglan), Charlotte Matilda, 172; 
Eliza Ann, 180 ; Elizabeth, 167 ; John Frede- 
rick, 178 ; Louisa, 169 ; Mary Ann, 167 ; 
Susannah, 174. 

Stakers, Mary, 66, 87, 

Stakes, see Stackes. 

Stallen, Robert, 158. 

Stanbridge (Standbridg), John, 48 (2), 63. 

Standish (Standishe), Ann, 141 ; Richard, 3. 

Staneaker, Andrew, 76 ; Robert, 76. 

Stanens, Thomas, 103 (2). 

Staner (Stanner). Mary, 8 ; Thomas, 8, 213. 

Stanlake, Anthony, 219 ; Sara, 219. 

Stanley (Standly, Stanle, Stanly), Dorathie, 237; 
Frances. 234 ; John, 235 (2) ; Katherine, 
239 ; Robert, 239, 242 ; Thomas, 237, 239, 242. 

Stansby (Stansbee, Stansbye). Elizabeth, 244 ; 
Mr., 215, 217 ; William, 21L 214, 219. 

Stansell (Stansill), Ann, 162 ; Richard, 161. 

Stanthorpe, Sara, 10. 

Stanton (Staunton), Ann, 115 ; Catherine, 68 
(2) ; Elizabeth, 146 ; George, 190 ; Henry, 
146 ; John, 175 ; Robert, 65 ; Sarah, 115 ; 
Thomas, 66 (2), 68 (2) ; William, 70, 115. 

Staples (Staplls), Alice. 134 ; Mary, 217 ; Wyl- 
1am, 217. 

Stapleton, Edward, 54 ; Elizabeth, 55 ; John, 
141 ; Mercy, 55 ; Oliver, 64 ; William, 56. 

Stapling (Staplin), James, 133 ; Sarah, 133. 

Starkey. Anne, 11. 

Statchfield, Sarah, 291. 

Statham, Abraham, 35, 36, 42, 46 ; Elizabeth, 
42 ; George, 35 ; John, 36 ; VVidow, 47. 

Stattord, Joane, 41 ; John, 41. 

Staveacre (Tavaker), Andrew, 100 ; Dorothy, 
101 ; John, 100; Robert, 101. 

Stavelin (Staviling), Ann, 139 ; Daniel, 136 ; 
John, 136 ; Mary, 136. 

Stayce, see Stacey. 

Stays, Walter, 279. 

Steart, Deborah, 265. 

Stebbens, Elizabeth, 217 ; Thomas, 217. 

Stedman, John, 260 (2) ; Mary, 260. 

Steed (Stead). Ann, 75 ; Elioner, 73 ; Jann, 224 ; 
John, 224 ; Mary, 174, 288 ; Robert, 177 ; 
William, 85 (2), 107. 

Steedman, Francis, 6 ; Thomas, 6. 

Steele, Daril, 117; David, 108 ; Eleanor, 117 ; 
Ellen, 108 ; John, 108. 

Steevens, set Stevens. 

Steggatt, Mary Ann, 180. 

Stemford, John, 151 ; Mary, 151 ; Sarah, 151. 

Stent, Ann, 130 ; Jaine, 76 ; John, 123. 

Stephens, Ann, 272 ; Henry, 182 ; Josiah, 143. 

Stephenson, Elizabeth, 149. 

Stepney, Susannah. 1!)3. 

Stevens (Steevens, Steivens), Adam, 156 ; Anne. 
2, 280 ; Charles, 136 ; Edith, 63 ; Edward, 243; 
Elinor, 236 ; Elizabeth, 133, 136, 187, 259 ; 
Elizabeth Ann, 268 ; Frances, 93 ; George, 2, 
172 ; Hannah, 268 ; Henry, 2 (3), 5, 24, 32, 39, 
40, 49. 69 (3), 70 (5), 71 (2), 84, 133 ; Henry, 
jun., 24 ; James, 66, 152 ; Jane, 32 ; Jeoffery, 
34 ; Joane. 3, 66 ; John, 11, 21, 58, 85 (3), 93, 
125, 175, 243; Josiah, 136, 259; Katherine, 
2; Margaret, 36; Martha, 57, 58, 63. Ill; 
Mary, 40, 73, 152 (2), 267 ; Ralfe, 84 ; Richard, 
59 ; Ivobert, 133 ; Sarah, 247, 259 ; Susan, 5 ; 
Thomas, 230, 270 ; Widdow, 36 ; William, 3, 
6 (2), 14 ; -, 49. 

Stevenson, Elizabeth, 265. 



INDEX NOMINUM, 



351 



Steward, Sarah, 288. 

Stewart, John, 150 ; Mary, 150, 284 ; Rebecca, 

150. 
Stichhill, Lawrence, 214 ; Philipe, 214. 
Stichwell, Anthony. 216 ; b-ara, 21t5. 
Stiffe, Thomas, 58, 59. 
Stile, Anne, 2 ; Paule. 2. 
Stilles, see Styles. 
Stilling, see Styling. 
Stims, Elizabeth, 142 ; Josiah, 142. 
Stint. Jaine, 68. 
Stoakes, Margarett, 14 : Mr.. 14 (2) ; Richard, 

H(2). 
Stockdon. Ann, 91 ; Elizabeth, 98 ; John, 91 ; 

Robert, 98. 
Stocker, William, 267. 
Stockley (Shakley), Martha. 250 ; Mary. 250 ; 

William, 250. 
Stocks (Stockes), James, 250 ; John, 250 ; Sus- 
anna, 250, 251 ; Thomas, 251 (2). 
Stockton, John, 57. 
Stoddart (Stodarde), James George, 185 ; 

Richard, 3 ; Susan, 3. 
Stoker, Ann, 271. 
Stokes, Andrew, 1, 10 ; Richard, 1, 176 ; Sarah, 

1 ; Susanna. 253 ; Thomas. 253 (2). 
Stollard, Tho.; 241. 
Stone, Elizabeth, 58 ; Henry, 53 ; John, 59. 185. 

244 ; Marcellus, 53 ; Martha, 185 ; Sarah. 60. 

138. 
Stoniall (Stoneall), Catherine, 119 ; Hinchman, 

119; Samuel, 119. 
Stonier, Benjamin, 160. 
Stoppard, Anne, 234. 
Stortin. Mary, 146. 
Stow, Elizabeth. 221; Isaac, 223; Mr., 220; 

Steven, 221, 223. 
Strahan, Dr., 117 ; — ,117. 
Strange, Ann, 161 ; George, 161. 
Strangeways, Thomas. 183 ; William, 178. 
Strapp (Strap), Giles, 218 (3), 219 ; Mrs., 218 ; 

Wyllam, 219; —,218. 
Streek, Deborah, 251 ; Steven, 251. 
Street (Streat, Streete), Anne, 5 ; Elizabeth, 23 ; 

Goodwife, 206 ; Jane. 21 ; Jfoane. 14 ; Phillip, 

4, 5. 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18.21.23 : Robert. 7 ; 

Thomas, 14, 140. 
Streeter, Joseph, 82 (2). 
Strong. George. 293 ; Mary, 33 ; Mr., 249 ; 

Steven, 33. 
Stroud, Henry, 265 ; Thomas, 155. 
Stubbs, Rebecca. 116. 
Stubby, Mary. 70. 
Studtle, John, 221. 
Sturbon, Elizabeth, 151. 
Sturdy, Ann, 103 : Thomas, 103, 105. 
Sturgeon. Lydia, 121. 
Sturgiss, Simon, 219. 

Sturley, Ann, 25 : John, 21, 23 (2), 25, 26. 
Sturt, Samuel. 175. 
Stutfeild (Stutfeeild), Elizabeth, 230 ; Henry. 

230 ; Mr., 13. 
Styles (Stiles. Stilles), Daniel, 97, 101, 103, 109 ; 

Elizabeth, 101 ; Mary, 103 ; Robert, 97 ; 

Sebey, 109 ; Sibylla. 103, 109. 
Styling (Stilling), Humphrey, 252 ; Mary, 

252; Susannah, 166. 
Subey, see Sabey. 

Such, Liddia, 40 ; Thomas, 40, 41 (2). 
Sucklin, John. 2. 
Sullivan, Timothy, 168 (2), 



Summerfield, Ann, 146. 

.Summers (Sommers), Daniel, 60 ; Edward, 42, 

45 (2), 50, 51 ; Hanah. 45 ; Mary, 58 ; Mrs., 

52 ; Richard, 292 ; — , 42, -15. 
Sumner, Ann, 37 ; Elizabeth, 30, 37 ; Mr., 30 ; 

Nathaniell, 37 (2). 
Surbey, Dorsett, 92 ; William, 92. 
Surety, Susanna, 84. 
Surman, ]Mary Ann, 282. 

Surridge (Surredge), James, 271 ; !^amuel, 152. 
Sutton, Edward, 227 ; Mary, 164. 
Swaine (Swayne), Elizabeth, 3; Grace, 16; 

Katherine. 12 ; Mr., 12 ; Richard, 16. 31. 39 ; 

Thomas, 21, 39 ; — , 31. 
Svvally, Margaret, 146. 
Swan (Swane), Elizabeth. 60. 61 ; Ellen. 207 ; 

Humphrey, 207. 209, 210; John, 229. 231; 

Thomas, 229, 231. 
Svvannell, Mathew, 51. 
Swarbrouck, Henry, 230. 
Swarm, George, 274. 
Sweetenbourg (Sweetingbourg), Henry John, 

169 ; Mary Ann, 165. 
Sweeting, George, 277 ; James, 277. 
Sweybee, Anne, 224; John, 224, 226 (2), 227; 

Mary, 22() (2) ; Thomas, 227. 
Swidnell, Frances. 234. 
Swinhow, Anne, 97 ; Elizabeth, 122 ; George, 

90, 112; James, 93; Margaret, 91 : Thomas, 

89 (2), 90, 91, 93, 95 (2), 97, 99. 
Syer, John. ITS. 
Sykes, Ann, 255 ; Elizabeth, 255 (3), 256 (3), 

257 (2), 260 ; Frances, 257 : Henry, 255 (2), 

256 (2), 257 (3), 258 ; John, 2.56 ; John 

Samuel, 272 ; Sarah, 255. 
Symes. Abraham, 135 ; Hannah, 135 ; Mary, 

135(2). 
Symmons, Nicholas, 227. 
Symons, Elinor, 67 ; William, 67. 



Taft, John, 150 ; Mary, 150 ; Samuel, 150. 

Tailor (Taler). see Taylor. 

Talbot (Talbott), Captaine, 30 (2) ; John, 134 ; 

Sarah, 140 ; — , 30 (2). 
Talton, Jane, 157. 
Tampson, Elizabeth, 212. 
Tanner, Anne, 11 : Elizabeth, 223 ; Henry, 216 ; 

Hugh, 214, 215. 223, 225 ; Jeffery, 71 ; Joan, 

2 ; John, 11 ; Mr., 213 (2) ; Penelife, 142 ; 

Thomas, 2, 4. 
Tannett (Tanatt), Abraham, 166 ; Benjamin, 

199; Elizabeth. 168; Jane, 170, 197; John, 

190 ; William, 178. 
Tapham, Thomas, 61. 
Tarrett, Elizabeth, 117. 
Tarvenor, Curdela, 98 ; William, 98. 
Taten, John, 284. 

Tatolow. Ann, 88 ; Elizabeth, 88 ; Thomas, 88. 
Tatum (Tatam), Alfred, 288 ; Frederick, 289 ; 

Mary, 290 ; Sarah, 249 ; William, 249 (2), 

291. 
Taunton, Elizabeth, 174. 
Tavaker, see Staveacre. 
Tavenor (Tavauer, Taverner), Cordelia, 93 ; 

Elizabeth, 102 ; William. 92 (2), 93, 102 ; — , 

102. 
Taylor (Tailer, Taler, Tayler), Abraham, 53 ; 

Anne, 7, 64, 164, 171, 234, 247, 252, 258 ; 



352 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE'T AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



Augustus, 262 ; Charlotte, 181 ; Daniel, 60. 
112 ; Edward, 235 ; Elizabeth, 55, 58, 60. 102. 
112 (2), 161, 251. 253 ; Frances. 130 : Francis, 
248; Harry, 251, 252, 253 (3), 254 ; Henry, 
130, 278 ; Jane, 59 ; Jeremy, 53. 59; Joanna. 
251, 253; John, 3, 59, 66, 112 (2), 138,251, 
253 (2), 255 ; Joseph, 251 ; Margaret, 4. 60 ; 
Maria Ann. 251 : Mary, 61, 62, 63, 112, 124, 
130, 174, 251 (3), 252, 253 (3), 254, 282; 
Nicholas, 11 ; Richard. 249 ; Sarah, 48, 60. 63, 
149, 254 ; Susan. G ; Thomas. 48, 62, 176,253 : 
Trolus, 28 ; Widdow, 21, 230 ; William. 1 (2), 
3, 6. 7. 64. 66. 149 (2), 152, 181, 198, 253. 

Tea, John, 77. 

Teague, David, 108 (2) ; Ellen, 108 ; Thomas, 
157. 

Tearton. Anne, 44 ; Robert, 44 ; Thomas. 47. 

Teasdell. Ann, 186 ; John. 286. 

Teasley, Mary, 266. 

Teate, Ann, 151 ; Mary, 151 ; Thomas, 151. 

Techbury (Teachbury). Elizabeth, 67 ; Margery, 
77. 

Tedgewell, Mary, 106. 

Tems, Thomas, 155. 

Templer, John, 150. 

Terrett (Territt), Daniel, 35 ; Elizabeth, 43 ; 
Rebecka. 77 ; William, 35, 38 (2). 43. 

Terry (Teary. Terrey, Terye), Edward, 61 ; Eli- 
zabeth, 115, 122. 255 : Gorge, 206 ; Grace, 28 ; 
Henry, 122; John, 115 (2), 122; Jone, 213; 
Joyse, 206 ; Maria. 165 ; Martha, 128 ; 
Mathias, 54 ; Mr., 203 (2), 207, 213. 

Tesley, Barnard, 264. 

Tesmond, Bryan, 80 ; George. 77 ; John, 75 ; 
Mary, 80. 

Testy. Barnet, 264. 

Tew, Elizabeth, 211, 

Thatcher, Alice, 256 ; Eleanor, 252 ; Elizabeth, 
258 ; John, 252, 256. 258. 

Theed, Francis, 101 (2); Judith, 101. 

Theele, Hans Christian, 268. 

Thelwell, Elizabeth. 38, 59 ; Jane, 59 ; John, 
38, 42, 44, 45 ; Lettice, 61 ; Samuel, 44; —, 
42. 4.5. 

Thembelle, Ladie, 24. 

Themblepharpe, Groge, 220. 

Thirly, James, 253 ; Sarah, 253 (2). 

Thody. Elizabeth, 247. 

Thomas. Ann, 250 ; David, 31, 39, 49; Eliza- 
beth, 32, 33, 105, 160, 179, 250; Evan. 250 
Griffith, 115; Isabell, 49; Jane. 192; John 
25 (2), 31, 32 (4), 33, 58, 277; Lettis, 40 
Luscea, 95 ; Mary, 105 ; Mr., 27 ; Phillippa 
43 ; Richard, 77 ; Robert, 43 ; Sarah, 73 
Stephen, 105 ; Tabytha, 39 ; William, 95. 

Thomlinson. Mary, 76 ; Peeter, 52 ; Robert, 
57. 

Thompson (Thomson, Thomsone, Tompson, 
Tomson). Ann, 152 ; Baptista, 70 ; Daniel, 
183 : Elizabeth, 74, 86, 93, 96, 175, 205, 283 ; 
George, 86, 90, 93 (2), 96, 106, 125 ; Henry, 
169, 174, 193, 218, 219; James, 169; John, 
86, 115, 122; Joseph, 11.5, 174, 184, 191; 
Judith, 122; Margaret, 106 (2), 115, 143; 
Mary, 50, 69, 90, 122, 172, 174, 235, 239. 258 
(2); Michael, 93, 119; Mr., 49 (2); Iklrs., 
208 ; Nathaniel!, 69 ; Rebecca, 74 ; Richard, 
232 ; Robert, 203. 204 (2), 205, 207 ; Sarah, 
136, 152, 153. 219 ; Thomas, 50, 167, 239, 258 
(2) ; William, 130, 152 (2), 204, 232. 

Thornbury, Joseph, 135 ; Mary, 135 (2). 



Thome, Charlotte, 271 ; Elizabeth, 57, 62 ; 
John, 62 ; Mary, 272. 

Thornton. Ann Mary, 162 ; Henry Thomas, 165 ; 
Jane, 158 ; Mary, 162, 175 ; Thomas, 175. 

Thorowgood (Thorogood, Thoroughgood, 
Throughgood), Catiline, 107 ; Constance, 107 ; 
Elizabeth, 244 ; John. 244. 254 ; Katherine, 
91 ; Robert. 107 ; Sarah, 87, 254 ; Thomas, 
81, 83 ; William, 81, 83 (3), 87, 97. 

Thorpe (Tharp), Jane, 121 (2) ; Margarett, 75 
(2) ; William, 121. 

Thredder, Ann, 276 ; John, 276. 

Threlfa, Augustin, 236. 

Thrift, Dorcas, 58 ; Elizabeth, 58 ; Leonard, 52 ; 
Mary, 176 ; Simon, 72. 

Thurley, James, 254 ; Sarah, 254 ; Thomas, 254. 

Thurlon, John. 241. 

Thwaits, Thomas, 2. 

Tibby, Mary. 164. 

Tidderly, Mary, 131. 

Tidswell, Jane, 9 ; John, 2 ; Joseph, 2, 7, 9, 112. 

Tiffin, John, 223 (3) ; Jone, 223 ; Sarath, 223. 

Tilderley, Mary, 159. 

Tiler, see Tyler. 

Till, James, 170. 

Tillcock (Tilcocke), Joseph, 66 ; Mary, 62 ; 
Thomas, 50. 

Tilleard (Tillard), Allies. 98. 

Tiller, Grace, 90. 

Tilley (Tilly), Anne, 7 ; Eleanor, 176 ; Richard 
45, 189 ; Thomas, 157 ; William, 251. 

Tillingham, Charles, 73. 

Tilsley, Richard, 3. 

Tinckling, Elizabeth, 123 ; Thomas, 123 (2). 

Tindall, Bridget, 77. 

Tinsley. Edward, 36 ; Jane, 36. 

Tipper, Edith, 86 ; Thomas, 86. 

Tirritt (Territt, Tirret). Elizabeth, 87 ; Kathe- 
rin, 35 ; William, 35, 37, 48. 

Tisdaile, Elizabeth, 157. 

Todd (Tod), Anthony, 2 (2), 4, 9 (3) ; Benja- 
min, 64, 65 ; Jane, 4 ; John, 9, 92 (2) ; Mar- 
garet, 9, 92 ; Mary, 92, 235 (4) ; Mary 
Letitia, 160; Mr., 10; Robert, 235; Sarah, 
2, 143 ; Walter, 2; — , 10(2). 

Toddard, Edward, 26 ; William, 26. 

Todtherridge, Samuel, 92. 

Tofeeld, Thomas, 221. 

Tofts, Mary, 140. 

Toman, Margaret, 53 ; Mr., 53 ; Sam.. 53. 

Tomkins, Sarah, 144 ; William, 68 (2), 69 (11), 
70 (16), 71 (13), 283 (2). 234 (12), 235 (12), 
236 (7). 

Tomkinson, William, 68 (2). 

Tomlens (Tomlenes), Mrs., 219 ; Richard, 
219 (2). 

Tomlin (Tomling), Charles, 266 ; Giles, 266 ; 
Mary, 133 ; Susannah, 266. 

Tomlinson, Alexander, 31 ; Ann, 36 ; Edward, 
6, 268 ; Hanah, 235 ; James, 36 ; John, 236, 
268 ; Mary, 32, 56 ; Mr.. 30, 34, 37 ; Peter, 
24, 81, 32 ; Richard, 32 ; Stephen, 269 ; Tho- 
mas, 24 ; William, 272. 

Tompson, see Thompson. 

Toms, EUenor, 67. 

Tomson (Tomsonn), see Thompson. 

Tonge, Martha, 155; Priscilla, 160; Samuel], 
159; William, 154. 

Tongue, Catherine, 150 ; Charles. 153 ; John, 
1.50, 163; Martha, 160. 

Tonkin, Elizabeth, 280. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



353 



Toog'ood, Eoger, 59, 60. 

Tooke, see Tuke. 

Toove, John, 276. 

Topple, Katherine, 92. 

Torlon, John. 241 (8). 

Tou^h, Ann, 73 ; Sarah. 40 ; Thomas, 40 ; Wil- 
liam. 40 : — , 40. 

Toundsen, John, 230 ; Mary, 230. 

Tounley, sff Townlej'. 

Tounsend (Tounsen), »ee Tovvnsend. 

Tournor. see Turner. 

Tovey, Ann Maria, 189; James, 182; Stephen, 
120. 

Towells, Georgre, 12. 

Tower, Susanna, 86. 

Townes (Towning), Anne, 243 ; Jane, 242 ; Mary, 
249 : Steven (Stephen), 242, 243, 244 (2), 250. 

Townley (Tounley), Henry, 163 ; James, 148 
(2). 266 ; Mary, 148 ; Thos., 265. 

Townsend (Tounsend, Towersend. Townesend), 
Alice. 76 : Anne, 71 ; Edward Spooner, 184 ; 
Eliza. 177; Elizabeth, 120,130, 188; Francis, 
177, 188; Francis William Richard, 183; 
Grace Elizabeth, 185 ; Hanna, 42 ; John, 120, 
136 ; Susannah, 176 ; William, 120. 

Towze, Mary, 37 : Robert, 37. 

Tracy. Paul. 239. 

Trantnum. Jonathan, 173. 

Trattles, George, 279. 

Travear (Travere), see Trevear. 

Trayi'ord, Mary, 272. 

Treader. James, 192. 

Trebllet, Mother, 215. 

Treddar, Ann, 159. 

Tredway, Elizabeth, 154. 

Tredwell (Treadwell), Amelia. 274 ; John, 234 
(3) ; Mary, 230 ; Nicholas, 230 ; Oliver, 228 ; 
Susannah, 272 ; — , 228. 

Trentham, George, 269. 

Treslar, see Truslar. 

Tretcher. Catherine, 150. 

Trevear (Travear. Traveare), Alice, 33 ; Easter, 
43 ; Ellas. 32 (2), 33, 41, 43 ; George, 41 ; 
John, 32 : Peter. 57 ; — , 32 (2). 

Trew. Charles, 226 : Mercy. 256 ; Richard, 256. 

Trice. Abraham, 210 (2), 215 (2) ; John, 210. 

Trigg, Catherine, 60 ; Dr., 43, 45. 47, 48 ; Eliza- 
beth, 45 ; Joyce, 43 ; Mary Ann, 279 ; Mr., 
52 ; Raines, 127 ; — , 47, 48. 

Trinitv. Thomas, 98. 

Tripp '(Trip), Jane, 181; John, 170, 267 (2); 
Margaret. 267 ; Mary, 164, 267. 

Trise, Mr.. 19. 

Trollope (Troleope), W., 198, 289. 

Trompeter. John, 15. 

Trott. Joseph. 143. 

Trout, Edward, 157 ; Elizabeth, 157, 270. 

Trow, Rebecca, 176. 

Troylus, Yong. 28. 

Trublude. Elizabeth, 206 ; Widdow, 206. 

Trusler (Treslar), Ann, 113. 115; Elizabeth, 
115, 119; William, 113, 115. 

Tryce, Abraham, 216 (2) ; Mrs., 216. 

Trytes, Mr., 45 ; — . 45. 

Tuck (Tucke), Anthony, 60; Elizabeth. 231 ; 
John, 37 (2) ; Jone, 37 ; Nicholas, 59 ; Roger, 
44, 45 ; Sarah, 58 ; Susanna, 44. 

Tucker, Charles, 74, 77 : Edward, 282 ; Eliza- 
beth, 290 ; Francis. 47 ; Joannah, 88: John, 
3, 74 ; Mary, 52 ; Sarah, 292 ; Sophia, 291 ; 
-, 3. 

TOI-. IV. 



Tuffie (TufEe, Tuffue), Eleanor, 106 ; Henry, 
229: Laurence, 106; Thomas, 67, 106. 

Tuke (Tooke). Bridgett, 230 ; Hannah, 230 ; 
Widdow. 232 (2). 

Tunbridge. Anne, 241 ; Frances. 241 (2) ; Fran- 
cis, 241. ' 

Tunstall (Tunstoll), Mary, 63 ; Matthew, 64, 
65. 

Turberfeild, Evan. 34 ; Xpofer. 34. 

Turgiss (Turgis), Mr., 221 ; Simon, 222; Sus- 
ana, 224. 

Turley, Sarah, 168 ; Susannah, 174. 

Turmount. Janei 148. 

Turner (Tournor, Turnuer). Ann. 34, 260, 265 ; 
Anthony. 97. 153 ; Benjamin. 260 : Catherine. 
140 : David. 259. 260 ; Dorothie, 34 ; Edward 
Lugin. 145 ; Eliza, 188 ; Elizabeth. 259. 260, 
262 ; Exscupeares, 197 ; George, 259 ; Henry, 
6 ; Jane, 188 ; John, 34 ; John Garton, 180 ; 
Lucresea, 217; Lucy, 198; Martha, 192; 
Mary. ISO ; Mr., 213 ; Sarah. 154, 180 ; Susan, 
16 ; Susannah, 197 ; Thomas. 97. 261 ; Wil- 
liam, 34 ; Sir William, 68(2), 233 (2), 234(3), 
235, 236 (2). 

Turney. James, 82. 

Turrill, William, 172. 

Twichart, Ann. 116 : Thomas, 116. 

Twitchell (Twitchill), Elizabeth. 249 ; Margaret, 
249. 250 (2) : William, 249, 250. 

Tye, Mother. 25. 

Tyler (Tiler), Christopher, 230 ; Edward, 270 ; 
Elizabeth. 270 ; William, 272. 

Tyrrell. Ann, 173 ; Priscilla, 251 (2), 252 ; Wil- 
liam, 251, 252 (2). 

Tyson, E. C, 192, 288 (3). 



U 

Udall, Elizabeth. 6 ; Phillip, 5, 6, 14 ; Thomas, 
5, 16, 18 (2): William, 16. 

Uick, Philip, Si'i (2). 

Uncles. William. 256. 

Underhill. Ann. 88 ; John, 43 ; Mary, 46 ; Tho- 
mas. 43, 46. 49. 

Underwood, Elizabeth, 151 ; Lucy. 28 ; Mary, 
127 : Thomas. 43 : William, 28, 29 ; — , 32. 

Unyon, Mr.. 49 ; Mrs., 49. 

Upton, Charles, 203 ; Edward, 105. 107, 113 (2), 
120 : Elizabeth, 105 ; John, 202 ; Joseph, 113 ; 
Martha, 107: Mary, 105, 107, 113 (2), 120; 
William, 113. 

Ursell. John, 236. 

Utee (Uties). John, 212 (2) ; Jone, 15. 



Valentine. Elizabeth, 54. 

Van, Richard. 2. 

Vandarame, Ann. 62 ; John, 62. 

Vanderbuss, Abraham, 154 ; William Edward, 

155. 
Vanderplank, Gilbert, 99 ; James, 262 ; John, 

96 (2). 99, 2(i2 ; Susanna, 2()3. 
Varney. Charles. 148 ; Elizabeth, 148 ; Francis, 

164 ; Sarah, 148. 
Varnham, Mary, (■)9. 
Vaughan (Vauaham. Vaughn, Vauhan). Amy, 

79 ; Ann, 79,''lll, 164, 250 ; Anna Maria. 259 ; 

Aron. 84; Catherine. 58; Edward, 117; 

Z Z 



354 REGISTERS OF ST. BENe't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARF. 



Elizabeth, 77, 78, 79, 84. Ill, 112, 117, 119, 
129, 239. 259 ; Hannah, 242 ; Jane, 73 ; John. 
112, 248 ; Martha. 2.53 ; Mary, 84, 248, 2.53 
(2), 2.">8; Philip. 77. 84, 115. 250; Prissila, 
78: iSarah. 244; Thomas, 239, 240 (2), 242. 
243 (2), 244. 248. 2.53 ; Thomasin, 250 ; Wil- 
liam. Ill, 112, 117. 

Veal, William. 2H4. 

Yeazey. Ann, 159, 163 ; George, 158 : James. 
KjT; John, 162 : Josiah, 161 ; William, 162. 

Venable, Elkena. 31 ; George, 31. 

Venmore. Elizabeth, 278. 

Verney. Elias, 117, 120 (2) ; Mary, 117 ; Sarah. 
120. 

Verrey, Hannah. 140. 

Vertew, Thomas. 230. 

Veryan, James, 194. 

Vestrey. Elizabeth, 150. 

Vickars. Alice, 247 ; John. 247. 

Vicks, John, 12. 

Vidler, Anne, 8 ; Henry, 6 ; John, S ; Margaret, 
4 ; Steven (Stephen), 3, 4, 6. 8 (5) ; William. 
3 ; — , 8. 

Vincent (Vencent. Vinson), Augustine, 11 ; 
Elizabeth. 56; John, 55. 127; Mary, 152; 
Phillip. 109; Rachel. 114; Sarah. 109, 114, 
115 ; Valentine. 109. 114 (2), 115, 116. 

Vine, John, 27 ; Mr., 27. 

Vingoe, Jenkin, 300. 

Vinon, .Judith, 34. 

Vinsonne, Charles, 39 ; Francis, 39. 

Violett, Ann, 148 ; John, 148 ; Sarah, 148. 

Virgen, Ann. 146. 

Vitterel, Mary, 110 ; Thomas, 110. 

Vivean, Isaac. 63. 

Vockinson (Vockenson), Dorothy, 171 ; Eliza- 
beth, 161. 

Vose, Gorge, 201. 



W 



Wackfild, Elizabeth, 212; Henry, 212 (2); 
Jarvice, 212. 

Wade (W^aad, Waade), Elizabeth. 54 ; Frances, 
52 ; Grace. 60 ; Hannah, 29 ; John, 20 ; Mar- 
garet. 23, 28 ; Peter. 29, 52, 54 ; Sackvile 
(Zftckfeild), 23, 28 ; Zachary, 20. 

Wadsworth, Elizabeth. 253. 

Wager, Christian, 65 ; Edward, 64, 65. 

Wagstaff (Wagstafe), Elizabeth, 79 ; George, 
143 ; John, 79. 

Waimore, Mary, 40 ; William, 40. 

Wainwright, James. 243 ; Jane, 242 ; John, 242. 

Waite rWaight. Wait), Betty, 274 ; Elizabeth, 
59, 79. 

Wakefield. William, 190. 

Wakeford (Wakford), Ann, 108. 130. 132; 
Austin. 94 : Elizabeth, 110, 113, 114 (2), 128, 
129, 132 (2) ; George. 94, 97. 108. 110, 113 (2), 
114, 117. 132: John. 108; Martha. 129; 
Thomas. 129, 132 (3) ; William. 110. 

Waker, Frances, 226 ; John, 224, 226; Thomas, 
224. 

Walduck. John, 86. 

Walford. John, 43, 47, 48 ; William, 47 ; —,43. 

Walker, Anne, 232; Camilla, 140; Catharine, 
257; Dr.. 144; Elizabeth, 31, 138 (2), 262 
George Edward, 142 ; Henry, 264 ; Isaac, 247 
James, 13 ; Jane. 31 : Joan, 80 ; Maria, 139 
Mr., 30 ; Mrs., 31(2); Robert, 16, 81, 116(2), 



117 ; Sarah, 116. 292 ; Sherlett, 90 ; Thomas, 

138 ; Timothy, 258 ; William, 30, 64, 90 ; 

— , 144. 
Wall, Lucy, 165. 
Wallace, A. C. J., 192, 
Wallden. Alice. 236. 
Waller, Abraham, 63 ; Anne, 86 ; Elizabeth, 59 ; 

Isabella. 96 ; Katherine. 88 ; Mary, 58 ; 

Steven, 86, 88, 96 ; William, 54. 
Wallin, James, 126 : Margaret. 272 ; Mary, 126, 

137: Richard, 126, 137; Samuel. 137. 
Wallinger ("Wallenger), Charles, 170, 285; 

Samuel, 182 ; William, 179. 
Wallis, Anne. 6. 20 : Barbery, 5 : Edward, 3, 5, 

6, 10. 12. 15. 19 (2): Elizabeth. 10. 195; 

John, 31. 229, 240, 241 (2); xMartha. 19; 

Mary. 31 ; Mr., 30 : Sarah. 224 ; Thomas, 

240 ; — , 3, 19. 
Wallrond (Wollrond), Mary, 77 ; llobert, 77, 

78. 
Wallwin (Wallwyne), Francis, 69. 
Walmesley (Wamesley, Wamsley. WhanislejO. 

James, 216 ; Jeames, 209 ; Mr., 207, 212, 214 ; 

Richard, 97. 
Walter. Ann, 134 : Elizabeth. 125 ; John, 94, 

125, 134, 135, 244: Martha. 141 ; Mary. 121, 

134 ; Rose, 64 ; William, 244, 
Walton (Wallton), Ann, 255 (2), 275 : John, 

239, 240 (2), 255, 257 ; Mary, 239, 2-10 ; 

William, 240. 
Walworth, Nathan. 27. 
Wanckelin (Wancklin). Winnefrid, 76, 
Wannell, Richard, 4 (2). 
Warburton, Cecil, 117; Charles Buxton, 252; 

Elizabeth, 117, 252 : John, 149 ; Thomas, 117, 

252, 
Ward (Warde), Ambrus, 49 : Comfort, 285 ; 

Elizabeth. 151 (2); Elizabeth Ann, 265; 

Emma, 284 ; James, 263 : John, 137. 291 ; 

Margaret. 76 ; Mrs., 221 ; Peter, 49 ; Kebecca, 

268 : Robert. 151 : Susanah, 237 : Thomas, 

61 (2), 132 : W^illiam, 233, 234 (3), 235 (20), 

236 (10). 
Wardner, John, 78 ; Samuel, 75. 
Ware, Ann. 70 ; Avice. 21() : Elizabeth, 265 ; 

Esther, 144 ; Mary. 277 ; Th6mas. 154. 173. 
Warner. Ann, 282; Christopher. 117: Edward, 

200; Elizabeth, 116 (2). 117, 132, 133, 273; 

Ellena, 70; S^Uinner. 93; Jane. 129: Jere- 
miah, 280 ; Joane, 70 ; John. 78 ; Marthn. 273 ; 

Mary, 72; Richard. 132. 170, 222; Samuel. 

112; Sophia, 173: Thomas. 34 (2), 116, 117, 

132, 187 ; William, 281. 
Warr, John. 165. 

Warren (Warrin), Adam, 88 ; Ann, 101 : Eliza- 
beth, 106; Hanna, 82; John. 101, 103, 122 

(2) ; Mary, 103 ; Richard, 88 ; Sa.rah, 144. 
Warring. William, 228. 
W'asbourne, John, 234. 
Wascot, Susanna, 285. 
Washborn, John, 244. 
Washington. Justinian, 17. 
Wasman. Susannah. 285. 
Wass (Wasse). John. 253 ; Mary, 253 (2), 261 ; 

Robert, 253 (2), 257 ; Robert George, 261 ; 

Samuel, 253. 
Wastfelde, see Westfield. 
Waterer. Mr., 214. 
Waterfall, Mary, 146. 
Waterhouse, John, 278 ; Sarah, 181. 
Waterman, Sir George, 236 ; Joseph, 94. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



355 



Waters, Elizabeth, 124 ; John, 202 (2), 210 ; 
Richard, 210; Thomas, (5. 30; William, 124 
(2) ; — 210. 

Watkins (Watkin, Watkines), Abigail, 26S ; 
Ann, loy ; Catherine. 103 ; Edward, 137 ; 
Elizabeth, 201 ; George, 55 ; John, 57 ; Ka- 
therine. 104 ; Mary. 238 ; Michael. 96, 101, 
103 (2), 104 ; Mr., 52.216 ; Sarah, 58 ; Susan, 
215 ; Thomas, 37. 55, 96, 101, 176 ; Welthean, 
28 ; William, 46, 215, 216 ; — , 46. 

Watson (Wattson). Anne, 38 ; Bertha, 176 ; 
Daniel, 88, 90. 92 ; Edward, 128 ; Elizabeth, 
118, 128, 147. 243; Emanuell, 50; Frances, 
229 (2); Francis. 129 ; Jane, 34 ; John. 38, 76 
(2), 82, 162 ; Margaret, 50, 76 ; Mary, 90, 
145; Richard, 118; Robert, 92: Susanna, 
72 ; Thomas, 34, 159, 228, 229 ; William, 88, 
118, 243 ; Xstopher. 137. 

Watts (Wattes), Ann, 157, 247; Cato, 177; 
Edward, 168 ; Elizabeth, 22 ; Fortunato, 81 ; 
James, 69 (2), 170: John. 33, 70, 81, 165; 
Martha, 71 : Mary, 75, 164 ; Michael, 100 (2) ; 
Sarah, 88. 108. 166 ; Sarah Ann, 173 ; Tho- 
mas, 247 ;■ Willebeard, 234 ; — , 22. 

Waylett, Deborah, 150 ; John, 150 ; Sarah, 150, 
165. 

Wayman, Hannah, 137 ; John. 136. 

Waymer, Jacob, 220 ; John. 221 ; William, 220. 
221. 

Waj'mor, Steven, 222. 

Wayne, Mary, 173. 

Weadon, Humphrey Painter, 157. 

Weast, Nycolas, 202. 

Weatherell, John, 156 ; William, 204 : see also 
WitherelJ. 

Weatherfield, Alice, 121. 

Weatherley, Susannah. 167. 

Weaver. John, 98, 101, 126 (2) ; Mary, 98 ; 
Simond, 87: Susannah, 101; Thomas. 126; 
Urial, 126. 

Webb (Web. Weeb), Catherine, 259 : Eleazer, 
216; Elizabeth, 38: Esther, 166; Hatfeild, 
46 ; Jaine, 53 ; James. 28 ; John, 8. 25. 53 ; 
Mary. 39, 253. 265. 266; Mr.. 20, 25 (2): 
Mrs., 48; Richardj 259; Robert, 44, 121; 
Samuell, 53 ; Sarah. 259 ; Thomas. 33, 148. 
241 ; Widow. 15, 46 ; William, 31 (2), 33 (2), 
49, 179 ; — . 18, 20, 216. 

Webber, Margrett, 218 ; Mrs., 32. 

Webster, John, 93 (2) ; Vertue, 75 ; William, 72. 

Weckstedd, see Wicksteed. 

Weedon (Wedon), Elizabeth, 112 (2), 113; 
Luke, 249. 

Weekes (Weeks), Goodman, 206 ; John, 265 ; 
Sarah, 230 ; William, 208. 

Weight. Joyce, 145. 

Welch (Welsh). Anne, 240, 273; Bryan, 127; 
Bryan George, 127 ; Catherine. 197 ; Char- 
lotte, 278 ; Dorothy, 127 ; Elizabeth, 144, 
195; Isabella, 277; John, 81, 265; Joseph. 
168 ; Lydia, 73, 245 ; Mary, 93, 99, 249 (2), 
251 ; Mrs., 143 ; Priscilla, 166 ; Richard, 79 ; 
Robert, 84 (2), 107, 278 ; Sarah, 71, 74, 264 ; 
William, 76, 81. 240 (2), 249 (3), 251 (2), 259 ; 
— . 262. 

Welding, Mary, 137 ; Samuel, 137. 

Weldon (Weldin, Welldon). Layton, 58 ; Mar- 
garet, 148 ; Samuel, 148. 

Welham (Wellam), Frances, 71 ; Joseph, 67 ; 
Richard, 73. 

Weller, Elizabeth, 231 ; William, 142. 



Wcllin. Thomas, 33. 

Wellington, Edward. 258. 

Wells (Welles), Anne, 234. 235, 259; Arte- 
mesia, 151 ; Edward, 151 ; Elizabeth, 94. 143, 
237 ; Francis, 269 ; Hannah, 254, 260 ; 
James, 151,238, 254; Margaret, 65; Mary, 
261; Richard, 232, 238 (3), 247; Robert. 
236, 257 ; Samuel, 260 ; Sarah. 232 ; Tho- 
mas. 94, 150, 157, 237, 254, 260 ; Widdow, 
31, 

Wenham (Whenham), Ann, 106 ; Fulks, 106 
(2), 123 ; Joyce, 106 ; Mr., 107. 

Wenlock, Charles, 154. 

Went, John. 63. 

Werrel, Joseph, 264. 

West, Anne, 235 ; Ann Maria, 1 76 : Elizabeth, 

173 ; John. 66, 177 ; Joseph, 135, 157 ; Mary, 
171, 173 ; Mrs.. 23 ; Richard, 71 ; Rose, 205 ; 
Sarah, 179. 

Westaway, Ann, 193 ; William, 198. 
Westerman (Wessterman, Westaman), Heasster, 

219: John. 217, 219 (3); Magdalen, 98; 

William. 217. 
Westfield (Wastfelde, Westfeild, Westfelde), 

John, 248 ; Richard, 243 ; Sarah, 245. 
Westland, Alice, 113 ; George, 117 ; Joseph, 

140 ; Oliver, 113 ; Robert, 113, 117. 
Westley. Catherine, 149 ; James, 149 ; John, 

14 ; William, 282. 
Weston (Western), Francis, 251, 252 ; Lucy, 

169 ; Mary, 252. 
Wethers, Robert, 33 ; Thomas, 35 ; Widdow, 

35 ; William, 33. 
Wethey, Richard. 275. 
Wethinges, Mr., 203, 204 ; Richard, 203. 
Wettcom (Wittcome), John, 202, 217, 219 ; 

Margery, 216; Wedow^219; William, 228. 
Weymau, Mary, 241 ; Samuel, 241. 
Whales, Henrietta, 275. 
Whamsley, see Walmesley. 
Wharton (Whorton), Anne, 261 ; Anthony, 

243 ; George, 263. 265 ; Sarah, 23, 262. 
Whatton, Francis, 264. 

Wheadon. Ann, 187 ; Charlotte. 185. 189 : Eli- 
zabeth, 167 (2), 176 (2); Harriett Elizabeth, 

167 ; Henry Edwards. 163 ; James. 182 ; 

John. 191 ; Joseph, 163 ; Lucy. 191 ; Mary, 

1 74 ; Phillis, ] 74 ; Richard, 175, 192 ; Samuel, 
179: Sarah, 165; Thomas. 171, 196, 197; 
William. 176, 183. 

Wheatley (Wheateley, Wheatly, Wheetley, 
Whetly). Ann, 130, 276; George, 215 ; Han- 
nah. 93 ; James, 93, 129 ; John, 191 ; Mary, 
129 (2), 130, 239 ; Susanna, 276 ; William, 3. 

Wheeler, Benjamin, 70. 71 ; Edward, 96, 97, 99 
(2) ; Elizabeth, 70, 99, 113, 285 ; George, 96 ; 
John, 96 ; Joseph, 99 ; Martha, 99 ; Mary, 98, 
121. 141 ; Richard, 190; Samuel, 70 (2), 87 (2), 
91, 99, 121, 137. 282; Thomas, 91,153,268; 
William, 97 ; — , 98. 

Wheigham, Catharin, 95. 

Whelham, Thomas, 64. 

Whenham, see Wenham. 

Whetherintou, Bridgegitt, 229 ; Lady, 229 ; 

■ William. Lord, 229. 

Whiffin, James, 254 ; Jane, 254 (2). 

Whight, Andrewe, 2. 

Whightbed, James, 138. 

Whightman (Whiteman), Jane, 127. 

Whitaker (Whiteaker, Wittacer, Wit taker, Wit- 
tikar), Ann, 80 ; Audery, 203 ; George, 35 ; 



356 REGISTERS OP ST. BENe't AND ST. PETER, PAULS WHARl^. 



Jane. 55 ; John, 33, 35, 42. 52 ; William, 33, 
42, 234 ; — , 33. 

Whitby. Mary. 15(5 ; Thomas. 15G. 

White (Whit, Whitt), Abraham. 250 : Alice. 15 
(2), K; : Ann, 178 : Barbery. 226 ; Betty. 120 : 
Daniel, 80 (2) ; Elizabeth, 4, 55, 112 (2), 118, 
154: Frances. 5. 171 ; Frank, 118; Georg'e, 
22. 247 (2) : Henry, 15 (2), 20 (2). 22 (2). 153 ; 
James, 2(i2 : Jane. 22 ; John. 21» (2). 140, 247 
(2), 248 (2) ; Joseph. 253 (2) ; Ma^'daline. 81 ; 
Margaret, 147 : Jlargarey, 36 : Martha, 158, 
168 : Mary. 35, 64, 247 (2), 248. 253 ; Mr., 
204; Mrs., 214; Richard, 81; Robert, 114, 
124, 167; Roger. 30 (2). 36: Samuel, 157, 
1112: Sarah. 55; Susannah, 124, 149, 250; 
Thomas. 124, 136 ; Widow, 4, 5, 28 ; William, 
112. 118. 120, 147, 154, 178. 202 (3). 203, 205 

(-^)- 
Whitebread, Ann. 257 (2) ; Eleanor, 256 ; 

Elizabeth. 256 : Henry. 257 ; John, 256. 
Whitehall (Whithall), Ann, 159 ; Anna, 159 ; 

Elizabeth, 158; Sampson Allen, 158; Sarah, 

156 ; Thomas. 146. 
Whitehead (Whithead), Ann, 147, 244, 260; 

Bartris, 143; Beatrix, 136; Charles, 136. 

144; Elizabeth, 139, 257. 260.264; George, 

136, 140, 257; Henry. 244; James, 144 (2), 

263; John, 153, 242 (2), 243; Joseph, 172; 

Joshua. 172; Mary, 71, 220; Widdow, 14; 

William, 257, 260, 266. 
Whiteridge (Whitridge), Ann, 257 ; John. 251. 
Whiteway, Stephen, 237. 
Whitewood (Whitwood)), Edvvard, 41 ; Jane, 

56 : John. 41. 
Whitfield (Whitfeild), Elizabeth, 147 ; Mrs., 

205. 
Whitgift, Aylmer, 62 (3) ; Elizabeth, 62 (2) ; 

Elmore, 62 ; Martha. 61. 
Whitlock (Witlock), Anthony, 238(2); John, 

238 ; Sarah, 238. 
Whittingham. Mary Ann, 276. 
Whittington, Eleanor, 291 ; Isaac, 289. 
Whittle, Henry, 149 ; Sarah, 156. 
Whitwood, .sffi Whitewood. 
Whyett, Sarah, 177. 
Wiatt, m; Wyatt. 
Wickersham. Joseph, 154. 
Wicks (Wickes, Wycks), Ann, 265; John, 216, 

262; Thomas. 262: William, 216, 218. 
Wicksteed (Weckstedd), William, 4, 26 (2). 
Widoocks, Ann, 230 ; Robert, 230. 
Widden, John, 96 ; Luke, 96. 
Widnell, Frances. 234 ; Francis, 70, 71. 
Wigell, Anne, 243. 
Wiggin, Edward, 286 ; Jane, 283 ; John, 280 ; 

Thomas, 282. 
Wiggins (Wiggens, Wiggines, Wigins), Bengia- 
mine, 236 (2) : Henry. 232 ; Jane, 5, 236, 
242 ; John, 5 ; Seth. 235, 236 (2). 
Wiggley. Thomas, 212. 
Wighall. Thomas, 214. 
Wightwiuk, Thomas, 116. 
Wiginton (Wigington), John, 42 (2), 45, 46 ; 

Nicholas, 45 ; — , 42. 
Wilcocks, sec Willcox. 

Wilde (Wild, Wylde), Edward, 11 ; Elizabeth, 

53 ; John, 45, 53, 96 ; Fardinando. 96 ; 

Samuel. 45. 

Wilden (Wyldon), Anthony, 225 ; Dorothy, 240. 

Wilder, Edmond, 12 ; Elizibeth, 14 ; Robert, 

12, 14 ; Widdow, 14. 



Wildgoose (Wilgoose), John. 39, 43, 49 ; Mary, 
43, 166 ; William, 166 : — , 39. 

Wilkes. Elizabeth, 92 (2) ; William, 92 (2). 

Wilkeson (Willkeson), John, 90 ; Mary, 241. 

Wilkins, Hannah, 96 ; Henry, 96 (2) ; John, 96, 
270 : Julian, 234. 

Wilkinson, Elizabeth, 119, 143; Hugh, 119; 
Joanna, 116; John. 238 (2), 239 (2) ; Mary, 
127, 142 ; Sarah, 119. 

Willan. E'lward, 280. 

Willard, John, 80 (2); John Robert, 197; 
Mary. 80. 

Willcox (Wilcocks), Henry. 241 ; Mary, 241 ; 
— , 148. 

Willett, Edward, 9. 

Williams (Williames. Wyllams), Ann, 88, 157, 
171, 196, 222. 263. 265, 266 ; Benjamin, 176 ; 
Carolina Marina, 225 ; Charles, 224 (2). 267 : 
Charles Noble, 173; Charlotte, 266; Davidj 
231. 266, 267 : Ebenezer John, 173 ; Edward, 
35. 260 ; Eleanor. 114 ; Elizabeth, 14, 46, 62, 
137, 142. 165, 228, 261. 265 : Elizabeth Ann, 
160, 161 ; Ellen Elizabeth. 287 ; Ellin or, 231 ; 
Ellis, 213, 214; Evand, 204; Frances, 47; 
Francis. 229 ; George Frederick. 177 ; Grace, 
189; Griffiths. 157; Hannah, 160, 231 ; Hugh, 

18 : James, 188 (2), 189, 190 ; Jane, 17. 219, 
264; John, 13, 14, 15, 89, 114, 118, 127, 142, 
209, 218 (2), 224 (2), 225 (3), 227, 228 (2), 
229, 230, 231, 271, 288; John Tilbury, 164, 
194 ; Katherine, 213 ; Lewys, 228 ; Marma- 
duke, 167 ; Mary, 40, 132, 260, 261, 266 (2), 
267 ; Mary Ann. 159, 185 ; Mathew, 5 ; Paris, 
27; Fenellape, 227 ; Philip, 166, 169; Presi- 
lier, 94 ; Prudence. 65 ; Rice, 47 ; Richard, 
17, 19, 25. 164, 202; Robert Joseph, 178; 
Rose, 1 ; Rowland, 88, 89, 94 ; Sarah, 159, 
189; Sarah Ann, 180; Sharnet. 263; Solo- 
man, 114 ; Susannah. 160 ; Thomas, 10. 23, 
30,38 (2), 40, 139, 260, 265, 266, 272; Vin- 
cent, 4 : VVidow, 43; William, 140, 176,177, 
178, 182, 275 ; William Bayton. 156 ; — , 10, 
22, 222. 

Williamson, Ann, 279 ; Thomas. &^ ; William, 

171. 
Willingham, William. 64. 
Willis (Willies), Alice, 22 ; Arthur, 63 ; Elli- 

nor, 9 ; Grace. 70 ; Mrs., 9 ; Phillip, 48 ; 

Richard. 239, 242 ; Robeson, 242 : Samuell, 

19 ; Susanna, 62 ; William, 239. 
Willoughby, Thomas, 11. 

Wills, Ann Sarah, 190; John, 34; Margaret, 
139. 

Willshire, sec Wiltshire. 

Wilmer, Ann, 104 ; Robert, 104. 

Wilmot (Willmot), EUinnor, 94 ; Richard, 233 
(2) ; Thomas, 94. 

Wilson (Willison, Willson, Willsonne). Abra- 
ham, 89. 99, 113, 127; Alexander, 136, 138 
(2), 139 ; Ann, 75, 136, 169, 180, 241 ; Archi- 
bald, 167 ; Charles, 236, 264 ; Daniel. 235 ; 
Edward, 100; Elizabeth, 16, 165. 18lj 223; 
George, 14, 16, 17, 20(3), 247 ; Gertrude, 100 ; 
Isaac. 166 : Jane. 248 ; John. 241. 243, 286 ; 
Joseph William. 169 ; Mary. 99, 100, 162, 164, 
182 ; Nicholas, 27 ; Mr., 32 ; Robert, 187, 282 ; 
Samuel. 166 ; Sarah. 183 ; Susanna, 136, 138 ; 
Thomas, 251, 292; William, 183. 

Wiltshire (Willshire), Ann, 154 ; Elizabeth, 93, 

Wimbele, Martha, 243 ; Samuel, 243. 

Wimpfheimer, Elizabeth, 157 ; Michael, 157. 



li^DEX iJOMINUM. 



Shi 



Winall, John, 9. 

Winch, Ann, 2H0 ; Elizabeth, 134 ; Francis, 228 ; 
Henry, 134; Mr., 11 ; Sarah, 134 ; Solomon, 
29g 230 
Winchester, Martha, 130; Thomas, 130; Wil- 
liam, 130. 
Winckfeild, Edward, .53 ; John, 53. 
Winckles, Dorothy, 247 (2) ; Elinor, 70 ; Eliza- 
beth, 67 ; John, 245 (3;, 2 IT {2). 248 ; Joseph, 
69, 70 ; Mary. 69, 247 : William. 245. 
Windell, Mr., 203. 

Windite, Alles, 201 ; John, 201 ; Mr., 201 (2). 
Window, Thomas, 7. 
Windsor, Elizabeth, 178 ; James, 101 ; Matilda, 

180 ; Samuel, 279. 
Wine, Rice, 204. 

Wingate (Wingait, Wingatt, Wingot), Mary, 
52 ; Prosper. 62 ; Susan, 64 ; Thomas, 48, 52, 
83. 
Wingfield (Winfeild), Benard, 102 (2) ; Joanna, 
50: Sarah, 160 ; Thomas, 102 ; Thomas Cor- 
meil, 159. 
Wingod (Wingods), John, 43 ; Thomas, 37, 43, 

50 ; — , 50. 
Winn (Win, Winne), xcc Wynn. 
Winnett, Sarah, 162. 
Winsen, Mary Ann, 180. 
Winspear (Winesper), Edward, 161 ; Elizabeth, 

264 ; Thomas, 182. 
Winter, Ann. 56 ; Christopher, 55 ; Francis, 
222 (2) ; John. 222 ; Salvator, 45 ; Thomas, 
222 ; William, 144 ; — . 45. 
Wintershall, Richard, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 
Wire, Catherine, 158. 
Wisdome, Elizabeth, 3 ; Mr., 4, 17 ; Richard, 12, 

28 ; Robert. 3. 
Wise, Alice, 13; Elizabeth, 56; Elizias, 215; 
Honnour, 52 ; John, 55, 259 ; Mary, 160 ; 
Philip, 160 ; Prudence, 248 ; Richard, 56, 
248, 2.55 ; Thomas, 153 ; — , 215. 
Wiseman. Christopher, 121; Lady Elizabeth, 
62; Jane, 121 (2); Leonard, 92 (2); Sir 
Robert, 76 ; Samuel, 98. 
Wismer, Daniel, 277. 
Wistone, Joseph, 73. 
Witchalow. Isabella, 136. 
Witcrafe, Catherin, 96. 
Witherell. Abraham Bowen. 253 ; Ann, 253 ; 

John, 253 ; see also Weatherell. 
Withers. Anne, 1 1 ; Ellinor, 17 ; Francis, 211, 242 
(2), 243 (2) ; George, 15, 241 ; Julian, 21 ; 
Mr., 11, 12, 17. 
Witman, Mary, 17. 
Wittcome. see Wettcome. 
Wix, Edward, 288 ; Samuel, 288. 
Woden, Ann, 142. 
Woldridge, see Wooldridge. 
Wolfe (Woolfe), Ann, 83 ; Elizabeth, 168 (2) ; 
Hannah Maria, 167 ; Harriott, 164 : Mr., 114. 
211 ; Mrs., 213 ; Richard, 210, 213 (2) ; Sarah, 
85; Stephen, 177; Stephen Thomas, 166; 
Thomas, 81, 83, 84. 85; Tomazin. 84; Wil- 
liam, 81, 84. 
Wolfenden (Wolfendine), Simon, S3. 
Wollaston, Theophelus, 91 ; William, 91. 
WoUrond, see Wallrond. 

Wood (Woodd. Woode), Alexander, 13 (2) ; 
Anne, 211, 274 ; Benjamin, 74 ; Christopher, 
209,211, 213, 214; Elizabeth, 121, 133, 141, 
174, 243, 256, 272; Esther, 89; James, 121, 
214 ; John Manley, 174 ; Margaret, 2, 147 ; 



Mary, 126, 257; Mrs., 213; Ralph James, 
275 ; Rebecca, 88 ; Richard, 2, 4 ; Robert, 121, 
133 ; Sarah, 90, 290 ; Thomas, 88, 270 ; Wil- 
liam, 89, 126. 273. 
Woodard, Elizabeth, 240. 
Woodarte, Margreat, 207 ; Thomas, 207. 
Woodborne. John, 12. 

Woodcock, Charles. 249, 250; Elizabeth, 249, 

2.50, 254 ; Francis, 255 ; James. 249 ; John, 

250, 266, 271 ; Martha, 266; Thomas, 254; 

Willmote, 266. 

Wooderd, Martha, 142. 

Wooderson, Ann, 129 ; John, 129, 265 ; Samuel, 

129. 
Woodfall (Woodfale), Anne, 11; Charles, 10, 

11. 
Woodfield, Elizabeth, 131 ; Hannah, 131, 134 
(2), 136; Henry, 131, 134 (2), 136; James, 
134 ; Joseph, 136 ; Susannah, 134. 
Woodley, William, 165. 
Woodnall, Francis, 70. 
Woodoers, John, 36 ; Sara. 36. 
Woodrope, Ralph, 16 (2). 
Woodroufe. Ralph, 17 (2). 
Woodward. Henry, 123 (3), 124 (2) ; John, 105, 

123 ; Martha, 123 (2), 124 ; Mary Ann, 169. 
Wood well, Jane, 134 ; Martha, 134 (2) ; Robert, 

134 (2). 
Wooldridge (Woldridge) Edward, 6 ; John, o, 

13 ; Rebecca, 7 ; Richard, 5, 6, 7, 13, 17. 
Woollett (Woolett), Catherine, 148 (2), 149; 

Elizabeth, 148 ; John, 148 (.3). 
Woolley, Ann, 68 ; Edward, 7 ; Rowland, 68. 
Woolmer (WooUmer), Mary, 120 ; Robert, 120 ; 

Thomas, 120. 
Woolvandine (Wolvandine), Sarah, 82 ; Simon, 

82. 
Woorwood, Elizabeth, 25. 
Wootton (Wotton, Wouton). Ellen, 4, 18 ; John, 

8, 229 ; Mathew, 12 ; Richard, 4, 8, 18. 
Worden, Margaret, 56. 
Worley (Worly). Edward, 53 ; Elizabeth, 46 ; 

John, 46 (2) ; William, 46. 
Worrall (Worrell), John, 265, 266 ; Mary, 67, 

266, 271 ; Thomas, 265 (2), 266. 
Worst, Elizabeth, 98. 
Worth, Alice, 256 (2) ; Edward, 231 ; John, 

2.56. 
Worthen, Edward, 58 ; Robert, 39, 41 ; — , 89. 
Woster, Elizabeth, 92 ; Mary, 92 ; Phoebe, 169 ; 

Thomas John, 167. 
Wreather, Ann, 189. 
Wren, Daniel, 181 ; Henry, 275 ; Margaret, 276 ; 

Mr., 13, 19 ; Sarah, 277 ; — , 19. 
Wright, Ambras, 45 ; Anne, 44 ; Charles, 264 ; 
Clare, 107; Dorothy, 102; Edmund, 262; 
Edward. 8 (2) ; Elizabeth, 37, 51.61. 112,258, 
262 ; Ellinor. 19 ; Erasmus, 172 ; Francis, 
125 (2). 127, 128, 129 ; Hannah, 125 (2), 127 
(2), 128, 129, 150 ; Jane, 66, 263 ; John, 129, 
243, 256, 258, 263 ; Martha, 125 ; Mary, 102, 
112, 125, 136, 185, 243, 256, 257, 258, 260; 
Mr., 58, 63 ; Richard, 128, 256 ; Robert, 23 ; 
Samuel, 169 ; Sarah, 174 ; Thomas, 8 (4), 13, 
18. 19, 22. 30 (2), 37, 44, 46, 51 (3), 71, 177, 
257 (2), 275; Valentine, 112; William, 57, 
102, 106, 140, 153, 261 ; — , 46. 
Wroth, Lady Mary, 2. 
Wyan, Richard, 222. 

Wyatt (Wiatt, Wyat), Mrs., 205 ; Nicholas, 89 ; 
Samuel, 44 ; William, 231. 



358 RfiGIStERS OP St. feENB^T AND ST. PETER, PAUl's WHARF. 



Wycks. nee Wicks. 

Wye (\Vy). Catherine. 264 ; Richard. 44 ; Ruth, 

146 ; — , 28 (2). 
Wyer, Elizabeth, 247 ; Francis, 247 ; John, 243. 
Wylde, xcc Wilde. 
Wyldon, ncc Wilden. 
Wyllams, see Williams. 
Wynn (Win, Winn. Winne. Wynne), Barbara, 

125, 129 ; Bridget. 130, 134, 137 ; Charles, 

l(i.5 ; Elizabeth, 129 ; John, 32, So, 37, 4.5 (2). 

49 (2), 12.-). 129 ; Jonathan, 32 ; Lidia, 37 ; 

Mary. 12.") ; Mr., 34 : Rachell, 3.5 ; Richard, 

49 ; Sarah, 171 ; Thomas, 134, 137 ; William. 

130 (2), 134. 137 ; Sir William, 186 ; Xtopher, 

130. 
Wytham. Joan, 238. 



Yallond, Grace, 190. 

Yap, John. 101. 

Yarwood, William, 239. 

Yates, Charles. 67 ; Thomas, 14.5. 

Yeamans (Yemons), Edward, 216 (2), 217, 225 ; 

John, 217. 
Yeatman. Elizabeth, 122. 
Yeats (Yeates), Ann, 82 ; Thomas, 78. 
Yeavans, Mr., 203. 
Yeavers, Robart, 203. 
Yede. Thomas, 219. 
Yeo, Sarah, 55. 
Yeomans, Paul, 35. 
Yewman, Edward, 222. 
Yoa. Sarah, 63. 

York, Mary, 110 ; Thomas, 110 (2). 
Youer, Mary, 261. 
Younof (Yong:, Yonge, Younge), Alice, 78, 95 ; 

Elizabeth, 18. 23. 161. 231 : Goodman. 49(2) ; 

Hannah, 274 (2). 286 ; John. 89 ; John Lee, 

285 : Margaret. 94 ; Margaret Ann, 199 ; 

Martha, 141; Mary, 67; Mather, 92; 

Michaell, 18 ; Rachael, 71 ; Roger, 85, 95 (2), 

96 ; Smalbone, 85 : Susanah, 236 ; Thomas. 

1.55. 231, 232 ; AVilliam. 22 (2). 23, 29, 239 (2), 

273. 
Younger, Mary, 270. 
Yowe (Yoe), Nathaniell, 50 ; Woolstone, 50, 64. 



Zachary, George Mount, 234. 
Zarasin, Ann, 81, 237 ; David, 81, 237, 238 (2), 
Zeger (Zegere), William, 215 ; — , 215, 
Zouch, Susannah, 134. 



No Surname. 



-, Alice, 17, 21. 

-, Allse, 208, 216. 

-, Anne, 7, 10, 223. 

-, Aron, 8. 

-, Barbaree, 209 (2), 

-. Benedict, 18. 

-, Bridget, 37. 

-, Cornelius, 212. 

-, Edmund, 27. 

-, Edward, 212. 

-, Elizabeth, 212. 

-, Ellin, 39. 

-, Francis, 19. 

-, Henry, 33. 

-, Huster, 231. 

-, Jacob, 207, 212. 

-, Jane, 214. 

-, Jerom, 24. 

-, Joane, 9, 65, 214, 

-, John, 10, 25, 48, 6.5, 216, 231. 

-, Joon, 216. 

-, Joseph, 48. 

-, Judith, 32, 

-, Katherin, 33. 

-, Letisha, 244. 

-j Luke, 212. 

-, Mable. 24. 

-, Mary, 8. 63. 73. 

-, Peter. 229. 

-. Richard, 22 (2). 223. 

-. Robert, 29. 

-, Ruth, 24. 

-. Thomas. 8, 10, 229. 

-, William, 4, 29, 47, 228. 

-, Zachary. 30. 

-, — , 21. 

. Trumpeter, 29, 



( 359 ) 



INDEX LOCORUM. 



* Signifies that a place or parish occurs more than once on a page. 



A 



Abbotts Bromley, Staffordshire, 301. 

Abdon (Abton). Salop, 806. 

Aberthrothock, Forfar. 'M)'>. 

Addington, Surrey, 300. 

Alcester, Warwickshire, 303. 

Alconbury. Hunts. 2114. 

Alderford, Norfolk, 302. 

Alderton, Gloucestershire, 300. 

All Saints. Sussex, 304. 

All Saints. Worcestershire, 305. 

Alrewas (Alrawaies). Staffordshire. 302. 

Amberley, Sussex, 300. 

Amersone, 205. 

Ansterfield. Yorkshire, 305, 

Arely. Staffordshire, 299. 

Arnold, Notts, 299. 

Ashborne, Derbyshire, 298. 

Ashton super Mersej', Cheshire, 295. 

Aston, Staffordshire, 300. 

Aston. Great, Staffordshire, 300. 

Aston, Little, Staffordshire, 300. 

Aylesbury, Bucks, 305. 



B 



Backford, Cheshire, 302. 

Bakewell, Derbyshire, .301. 

Bampton, Westmoreland, 302, 

Bangor. Flintshire, 301. 

Barnston, Cheshire, 299. 

Barnwall. 305. 

Barnwell, Carabs, 299. 

Bascott, Warwickshire, 307. 

Bearley, Warwickshire. 304. 

Bedwyn, Great (Gt. Bedwin), Wilts, 298. 

Benenden, Kent, 298. 

Berkswich, Staffordshire, 307, 

Bewdley. Worcestershire. 294. 

Bickley, Cheshire. 299, 

Bierton, Bucks, 307. 

Biggleswade, Beds, 299. 

Bilston, Staffordshire, 300, 304. 

Bishop's Norton, Lincolnshire, 304 (2). 

Blandford Forum. Dorset. 297. 305. 

Blidworth. Notts, 30(1. 

Blymhill, Staffordshire, 297. 

Booth. Yorkshire. 295. 

Botesdale. Suffolk, 303. 

Bottisham, Cambs, 297. 

Bowlas, Great, see Gt. Bolas. 

Bozeat, Northants, 304. 

Bradley (Bradeley), Staffordshire, 300. 

Brampton, Hunts, 305, 



Brampton Bryan. Radnorshire (? Hereford- 
shire). 301. 
Braiiston, Rutland, 303. 
Breachley. 294. 
Brickhill, Little, Bucks, 29fi. 
Brighton (Brightelingston), Sussex, 301. 
Bristol. 295. 

Brixton Hill, Surrey, 289. 
Broughton Fulney, Notts, 304. 
Burslem, Staffordshire, 297. 
Burton. Cheshire, 300. 
Burton. Lancashire, 298. 
Burton Joyce, Notts. 303. 
Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, 29(5. 



C 



Caldecott, Herts, 300, 

Cambridge, Trinity Hall, 100. 

Cardigan, 295. 

Castle Camps (Camps Hall), Cambs, 301. 

Castle Hayes, Staffordshire, 306. 

Chalfont St. Peter. Bucks, 295. 

Chelmarsh, Salop, 298, 

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 299, 

Cherrington, Warwickshire, 298. 

Cherry Hinton, Cambs, 301. 

Chester, :i97, 299, .303, 

Chetton, Salop, 295. 

Chilton (Clilton), Berks. 296. 

Chipping Wycombe (Chepping Wiccombe), 

Bucks, 298. 
Christleton, Cheshire, 305. 
Clapham (Balham Hill), Surrey, 193. 
Cleyland, Lancashire, 307, 
Cobham, Surrey, 306. 
Cockermouth, Cumberland. 295, 
Colchester, Essex, 295. 
Colcott. Gloucestershire, 304. 
Cold Norton, Staffordshire, 300. 
Cole Orton, I.eicestershire, 296. 
Congleton, Cheshire, 307. 
Conington, Cambs, 305. 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 303. 
Cottenham, Cambs, 305. 
Cotwalton, Staffordshire, 300. 
Coventry, Warwickshire, 306. 
Crediton, Devon, 302. 
Crick lade. Wilts, 302. 
Cromer, Norfolk, 307. 



Dadington, Oxon, 306. 
Parenth (Durant), Kent, 295. 



360 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AND ST. PETER, PAUL's WHARl*. 



Darlestone, Salop, 302. 
Darwen, Upper, Lancashire, 300. 
Deepin? !St. James, Lincolnshire, 299. 
Denbigh. 204. 304. 
Derby, 297. 

Deritend. Warwickshire, 307. 
Difforth, Radnorshire, 3U0. 
Dilhorne (Dillhorn), Staffordshire, 300. 
Dolgelley, Merionethshire, 299. 
Dorchester. Dorset, 297, 302. 
Dorchester. Oxon, 307. 
Downtou. Wilts, 301. 
Draycott, Staffordshire, 304. 
Drayton, F>ittle, Salop, 297. 
Dryneton, Staffordshire, 297. 
Dudley. Worcestershire, 305. 
Duns Tew (Dunstew), Oxon, 30G. 
Dursley, Gloucestershire, 294. 



E 



Ealing-, Middlesex, 305. 

East Morden. fice Morden, East. 

East Stoke, fiee Stoke, East. 

Edengale. Staffordshire, 305. 

Edinburgh, 294, 295. 

Edmonton, Middlesex. 234. 

Ellingham, Norfolk, 298. 

Empsay (Empsoy), Yorkshire, 306. 

Enfield, Middlesex, 122, 235. 

Ensham, Oxon, 295. 

Epperstone (Eperston), Notts, 301. 

Erchfont, Wilts, 305. 

Eusden, Salop, 298. 

Evesham. Worcestershire, 304, 

Exeter, Devon, 299. 



F 



Fairwell, Staffordshire, 306. 
Fenn Stanton, Hunts, 307. 
Flawford alias St. Peter, Notts, 301. 
Folkestone, Kent, 302. 
Foulness, Essex, 307. 
Frampton, Dorset, 298. 
Frodsham, Cheshire, 301. 
Fulbourne (Folborne), Cambs, 303. 
Fulford, Staffordshire, 300. 



G 



Gaveerswall, Staffordshire, 300. 

Gibshelfe, Derbyshire, 302. 

Gravesend, Kent, 303. 

Gt. Aston, set! Aston, Great. 

Gt. Bolas (Gt. Howlas), Salop, 302. 

Gt. Grimsby, Lincolnshire, 299. 

Gt. Horwood, Bucks, 302. 

Gt. Torrington, sec Torrington, Great. 

Gt. Wilbraham, Cambs, 302. 

Gt. Wood, Staffordshire. 300. 

Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk, 294. 

Griffingham, Lancashire, 305. 

Grimston, Leicestershire, 301. 

Grindon, Staffordshire, 299. 

Guilden Morden, Cambs, 305, 



H 



Habberley, Worcestershire, 299. 

Hackney. Middx., 252, 253. 

Halifax, Yorkshire, 301. 

Halt Hucknall, Derbyshire, 298. 

Ham, 51, 53. 

Hambledon. Hants, 302. 

Hampton-ou-Thames, Middlesex, 235. 

Harlow, Essex, 294. 

Harstoft, Derbyshire, 298. 

Hartlepool, Durham, 299. 

Hastings, Sussex, 296. 

Haughton, Staffordshire, 300. 

Headington, Oxon, 299. 

Heapey, Lancashire, 307. 

Heartsease, Radnorshire, 301. 

Heathill in Sheriff Hall, Staffordshire, 296. 

Helthiogo Hill. Yorkshire, 298. 

Hendon, Middlesex, 246. 

Heme Hill, Surrey, 198. 

Hexham, Northumberland, 301. 

Hilderstone, Staffordshire, 300. 

Hinslock, Salop, 299. 

Hinton in the Hedges, Northamptoushire, 303. 

Hinxton, Cambs, 307. 

Holt Market, Norfolk, 294, 301. 

Hornsey, Middlesex, 111, 303. 

Horwood, Great, see Gt. Horwood. 

Houghton, Staffordshire, 306. 

Houghton Regis, Beds, 306. 

Houton, Herts. 307. 

Hurst, Bucks, 298. 



Idsall alias Shifnall, Salop, 297. 
Ilkeston, Derbyshire, 301. 
Ingmanthorpe, Yorkshire 300. 



Jay, Salop (? Herefordshire), 299. 



K 



Kemberton, Salop, 300. 
Kentford, Suffolk, 297. 
Ketshall, Cheshire, 307. 
Kidderminster, Worcestershire, 299, 304. 
Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, 166. 
Kingswood, Wilts, 300. 
Kinnersley, Worcestershire, 301. 
Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire, 300, 302. 
Knighton, Radnorshire, 302. 



Laintwerdine, Herefordshire, 302. 
Lanarmore, Denbighshire, 306. 
Lauercost Abbey, Cumberland, 305. 
LangtoD, Lincolnshire, 302. 
Lapley, Staffordshire, 300. 
Lechlade (Letchiad), Gloucestershire, 299. 
Ledbury, Herefordshire, 306. 
Leighton, Salop, 296. 



INDEX LOCORUa^l^ 



361 



Lichfield, Staffordshire, 297. 

Lincoln, 164. 

Lisburne. Ireland, 294. 

Little Bvickhill, .we Brickhill, Little. 

Little Draj'ton. see Drayton, Little. 

Little on Shredicoate, Staffordshire, 300. 

Liverpool. 297. 

Llandaff, Glams.. 304. 

Llanuilling, Montgomery, 295. 

London — 

Addle Hill. 185, 186*. 189. 190, 193*, 195*, 197, 

198, 199*, 200. 
Addler Hill, 114. 
Adling Hill, 30. 
Aldersgate, St. Botolph, 111. 
Aldersgate Street. 110. 
Aldsiate, 199. 

St. Botolph, 187, 191. 
St. Botolph Without, 168. 
All Hallows. Barking, 296. 
All Hallows, London Wall, 300. 
All Hallows the Great and Less, Thames 

Street, 168. 
Ape Yard, 23. 

Ball Alley. 211, 213, 214, 218. 
Barge Alley. 8, 16*. 17. 
Barnard's Castle, 26, 30, 40. 
Bedlam, 55. 
Bell Court. 200. 
Bell Yard. 15, 208,209. 

Bethlehem Hospital, 96, 98, 165, 243, 244, 246. 
Bishopsgate. 120. 
Blackfriars, 103, 107, 111, 143. 165, 185, 190*, 

191, 197. 231, 234, 286*, 287, 288*. 
Bloomsbury, 190, 192. 
Boss Alley, 214. 
Boss Court, 199, 284*, 286, 287*. 288, 289*, 

290, 291*, 292. 
Bosse Lane, 210. 
Bread Street Hill. 184, 199. 
Bridewell Precinct, 188, 249, 250. 
Broad Street, 147. 
Camberwell, 192, 196. 
Christ Church, 68, 78, 236. 
Christ's Hospital. 84, 112. 
Clerkenwell, 201. 
Crane Court, 188, 194, 284*, 285*. 286*, 287*, 

288*, 289*. 290*, 291*, 292*, 293*. 
Cripplegate Without. 199. 
Doctors Commons. 123, 124*. 158, 184, 186*, 
187*, 188, 190, 191*. 192, 195*, 196*, 197, 
198*, 199. 
Dragon Yard, 210, 219. 
Farringdon Street, 198. 
Finsbury. 197.199. 
Forest Yard, 209*. 

George Court, St. Benet's Hill, 185. 186*, 
187*, 189. 190*, 191*, 192*, 193*, 194*. 195*, 
196*, 198, 199*. 200*, 289. 
Gillden Tonne, 209. 
Gt. Carter Lane, 193. 
Gt. Knig-htrider Street, 184, 187, 193, 194*, 

197. 198, 200. 
Guy's Hospital, 189. 
Hackney Koad, 199, 200. 
Hackney, West, 199. 
Haggerston, 198. 
Haggerston, St. Mary, 291. 
Hampstead, 153. 

Harrow Court, 123, 284*. 285*, 286, 287*. 
288*, 289*, 290*, 291, 292*, 293. 
TOL. lY. 



London (_^contimu'd) — 

Helmet Court, Thames Street, 185*, 186*, 
187*, 188*, 189*, 190*. 191*, 192*, 193*, 194, 
195*, 196*, 197*, 198*, 199*, 200. 
Holborn. 299. 
Horslvdown. 285. 
Houndsditch, 298. 
Hoxton. 184, 185. 
Kennington Street, 197. 
Kensington. 109. 

Kent Road, Coburg Fields, 196, .197. 
Lambert Foot, 208. 
Lambeth, 54. 124, 190. 

St. Mary. 273. 
Lambeth Hill. 284*, 285*, 286, 287. 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, Gt. Queen Street, 185. 
Little Britain, 192. 
Little Distaff Lane, 189. 
London Wall. 287. 
Marylebone. 171, 196, 197. 
Minories. 36. 
Paul's Wharf, 22. 
Plough Court, Fetter Lane, 277. 
Pudle Wharf, 38. 
Queenhithe. 163. 

Sugar Loaf Court, 286. 
St. Andrew, Holborn. 55, 105. 117, 288. 
St. Andrew Wardrobe, 69, 70, 71, 107, 110, 
114, 162*, 163*, 164*. 165,189,190,191,193, 
194. 198, 235, 273. 
St. Ann, Aldersgate, 92. 
St. Ann, Blackfriars, 111, 165, 191, 231, 234, 

288 
St. Antholin, 104. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 91, 99, 103, 107, 

123, 250, 255*, 284, 287. 
St. Bennet Hill, 184*. 185*, 186*, 187*, 188*, 
189*, 190*, 191. 192*, 194*, 195*, 196, 197*, 
198*, 199*, 200*, 288, 289, 292. 
St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 111. 
St. Botolph. Aldgate. 189, 191. 
St. Bride's. 99, 188. 246*. 
St. Bridget, 235. 
St. Catherine Creechurch, 246. 
St. Christopher, 89. 
St. Clement's Danes, 197. 
St. Dunstan in the East, 298. 
St. Dunstan in the West. 69, 234*. 
St. George. Middlesex, 166. 
St. Georsfe the Martyr, 126. 
St. Giles, Cripplegate, 70, 71*, 90, 102, 122, 

234. 252. 
St. Gregory. 31, 71, 88, 105, 108, 111,163* 

235*. 
St. Helen's. Bishopsgate, 208. 
St. James, Clerkenwell, 90, 112. 
St. James, Garlickhithe, 111, 236, 
St. James Street, 205. 
St. John Baptist, 256. 
St. Luke's, 193. 

St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 68, 116, 190, 272. 
St. Martin, Ludgate, 90, 272, 286. 
St. Martin Vintry, 273. 
St. Mary, Aldermanbury, 185. 
St. Mary Magdalen, 86, 199,202. 
St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, 78, 164, 

244, 273. 
St. Mary Mounthaw, 234. 273*, 288. 
St. Mary Somerset, 207, 235. 
St. Michael. Queenhithe, 234, 261, 264, 272. 
St. Mildred's Court, Bread Street. 197. 
AAA 



362 



REGISTERS Or ST. BENE't AND &T. PETER, PALL's WHARF. 



London (^contimied') — 

St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, 199, 234, 235. 
St. Olave, Old Jewry, 286. 
St. Olave. Silver Street, 99. 
St. Pancras, 191. 

St. Paul. Covent Garden, 68, 107*. 
St. Peter's Hill, 18-1*, 18.5, 186*, 189*, 191*. 
192. 193. 19.5. 196*, 197*. 198,200. 202, 206, 
207. 209, 214*, 284*. 285*, 286*, 287* 288*. 
289*, 290*. 291*. 292*. 
St. Peter le Poor, 105, 106*, 111, 155. 
St. Sepulchres. 112, 235, 236, 250*, 251, 

255. 
St. Steven, Coleman Street, 123, 126. 
St. Thomas's Hospital, 90, 97, 116, 248, 288. 
St. Vedast alias Fostors, 106. 
Sermon Lane, 196. 
Shadwell. 294. 
Sheen's Wharf, 157. 
Shire Lane, 294. 
Shoemaker Row, 196. 
Shoreditch, 207. 

St. Leonard, 164*, 188, 195, 234, 289. 
Southwark, 200, 288. 
St. Georgre, 164, 166. 187, 188. 
St. Olave, 194, 196, 296. 
St. Saviour, 189, 236. 
Star Court. Bread Street Hill, 286. 
Stepney, 102,198. 291. 

St. Dunstan, 288, 290. 
Strand, 294. 
Tavistock Square, 197. 
Thames Street, 99, 186, 194, 195, 291. 
Trigg Lane, 159, 209*, 210, 211*. 212*, 214*, 

215, 219, 292. 
Trigg Stairs, 146, 157. 
Trig Wharf, 197. 292. 
Trinity, 125. 

Upper Thames Street, 184*, 185*, 186*. 187*, 
188*, 189*, 190*, 191*, 192*, 193*, 194*, 195*, 
196*, 197*, 198*, 199*, 200, 284*, 285*, 286*. 
287, 288*, 289. 290*, 291*, 292*, 293*. 
Vain Court, 187. 
Vauxhall, Belmont Place, 184. 
Walworth, 191, 192. 
Wapping, 300, 303, 306, 307. 
Watling Street, 290. 
Westminster — 
Charles Street, 294. 
Duke Street, 198. 
Palace Street, 186. 
St. Margaret's, 99. 
Whitechapel, St. Mary, 105, 188. 
Whitefriars, 256, 297. 
Wimpole Street, 196, 197. 
Winchester Street, 90. 
Longdon, Salop, 307. 
Long Melford, Suffolk, 295. 
Lowdwater, Bucks, 298. 
Lyons alias Holt, Denbighshire. 301. 
Lythwood, Salop, 297. 



M 

Macclesfield, Cheshire, 307. 
Maddinton, Wilts, 305. 
Manton, Rutland, 304. 
Mappleton, Derbyshire, 298. 
Marchington, Staffordshire, 307. 
Market Lavington, Wilts, 302. 



Market Rayson, Lincolnshire, 295 (2). 

Marrick, Yorkshire. 307. 

Marthal, Cheshire, 306. 

Martham, Norfolk, 302. 

Measham (Meathani), Derbyshire, 306. 

Meels, North. Lancashire, 305. 

Melbourn (Milbourn), Cambs, 303. 

Meon Stoke, co. Southampton. 300. 

Michaelchurch, Radnorshire. 301. 

Michael Dean. Gloucestershire, 305. 

Mistley (Missley), Essex, 304. 

Mitcham, Surrey, 297. 

Mittau in Courland, 295.' 

Mobberley, Cheshire, 306. 

Monmouth, 305. 

Montford (Monford), Salop, 305. 

Morden, East, Dorset, 302. 

Moretou Valence, Gloucestershire. 299. 



N 



Napton, Warwickshire, .303. 

Neath, Glams., 302. 

Newbold-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, 304. 

Newcastle-under-Line, Staffs, 297. 

Newent. Gloucestershire, 300. 

Newington, Middlesex. 122. 

Newington, Surrey, 185, 292, 299. 

Newland, Bucks, 298. 

Newport, Salop, 301. 

New Shoreham, sec Shoreham. New. 

Norfolk, 1. 

Northfleet, Kent, 295. 

North Meels, see Meels, North, 

North Stoneham, see Stoneham, North. 

Norton, Staffordshire, 306. 

Norton under Cannock, Staffordshire, 300. 

Nottingham, 301. 

Nuneaton, Warwickshire, 307. 



O 



Oberburmen, Duchy of Berg, German}', 294. 

Oldbury, Gloucestershire, 298. 

Old Radnor, see Radnor, Old. 

Old Weston, see Weston, Old. 

Onneley (Onnisley), Staffordshire, 305. 

Orford, Suffolk, 294. 

Ormskirke. Lancashire. 302. 

Ottery St. Mary, Devon, 298. 

Oxenhall, Gloucestershire, 301. 

Oxted (Oxtead), Surrey, 300. 



Pendle, Lancashire, 306. 

Penkridge (Penckrych), Staffordshire, 306. 

Penrith (Penreth), Cumberland, 298. 

Pensford, Somerset, 296. 

Pershore. Worcestershire, 303. 

Poland, Gt., 298. 

Poulton, Lancashire, 305. 

Preston, Gloucestershire, 1, 

Preston, Salop, 306, 



INDEX LOCORUM. 



363 



Preston Bagot (Preston Bajrgot), Warwickshire, 

207. 
Prestwold (Prestwould), Leicestershire, 307. 
Prussia, Polish, 298. 
Pulley, Gloucestershire, 299. 
Puttenham, Surrey, 306. 



Quatford (Qualford), Salop, 296. 



R 



Radnor, Old, Radnorshire, 299. 

Randwick, Gloucestershire, 300, 

Ravenstonedale, Westmoreland, 306. 

Redmerley, Worcestershire, 30.5. 

Rickinghall, Suffolk, 303. 

Ridsrmont, Beds, 298. 

Rotherhithe, Surrey, 295 (2). 

Royston, Cambs, 307. 

Royston, Herts, 306. 

Ruddin?:, Notts. 301. 

Rufford, Lancashire, 305. 

Rufreley (Rudgiey), Staffordshire, 296, 

Ruthin. Denbiofhshire, 297. 

Ryton, Salop, 298, 



S 



St. Alban's, Herts, 301. 

St. Andrew's, Scotland. 303 (2). 

St. Chad, Staffordshire, 307, 

St. Helen's alias Edington. Isle of Wight, 

295. 
St. Hylds, Durham, 303. 
St. Ives, Cornwall, 300. 
St. John Baptist, Gloucestershire, 303. 
St. John Baptist, Sussex, 296. 
St, Margaret at Cliffe, Kent, 296. 
St. Mary, Devon, 296. 
St. S within, Worcestershire, 303. 
Scremby, Lincolnshire, 305, 
Shareshill, Staffordshire, 307, 
Shaw, Lancashire, 305, 
Shawford, Staffordshire, 300, 
Sheppey, Isle of, Kent, 1. 
Sheriff Hales, Staffordshire, 299, 
Shipwash, Devon, 296. 
Shonnington, Gloucestershire, 301. 
Shoreham, New, Sussex, 297, 
Shrawardine, Salop, 300. 
Sleighford, Staffordshire, 300. 
Slimbridge (Shimbridge), Gloucestershire, 297. 
Southam, Warwickshire, 294. 
Southampton, 304. 
South Burgh (Southbergh), 302. 
Southwell, Notts, 296. 
Spalding, Lincolnshire, 297, 
Stadmore, Yorkshire, 295. 
Staverton, Northamptonshire, 301, 
Stenson, Derbyshire, 307. 
Stirchley, Salop, 307, 
Stoak nexc Clele, Suffolk, 295, 
Stockton on Tees, Durham, 295. 
Stoke, Staffordshire, 300. 



Stoke, East, Notts, 306. 

Stoneham, North, co. Southampton, 304. 

Stony Stratford, Bucks, 306. 

Stourbridge (Stowerbridge), Worcestershire, 

304. 
Stratford, Bow, 145. 
Strensham, Worcestershire, 229. 
Sturminster, Newton Castle, 304. 
Sunderland, Durham. 297. 
Swaffham Prior, Cambs, 306. 



Tamworth, Staffordshire and Warwickshire, 

303. 
Tempsford, Beds, 298. 
Tetbury, Gloucestershire, 304, 
Thornton Hough, Cheshire, 299. 
Thrapston. Northamptonshire, 299, 
Tilbury, West, Essex, 296. 
Titsworth, Oxon, 306. 
Torksey, Lincolnshire, 297. 
Torrington. Great, Devon, 302. 
Towcester, Northamptonshire, 296, 
Tunbridge, Kent, 124. 
Twyford, Berks, 295. 
Twyford, Derbyshire, 307. 



U 



Upchurch, Kent, 306. 

Upton, Essex, 298. 

Usk, Monmouthshire, 300. 



W 



Walkerith. Lincolnshire, 298. 

Walton, Staffordshire, 300. 

Walton, Worcestershire, 307, 

Walton by Eccleshall, Staffordshire, 300. 

Walton in the Wolds, 306, 

Wareseley, Hunts. 302. 

Warwick, 297. 

Well, Lincolnshire, 304. 

Welshpool, Montgomeryshire. 300. 

Wensley, Yorkshire, 298, 

Westham. Essex, 298, 

Weston, Old, Hunts, 299. 

West Tilbury, see Tilbury, West. 

Wetherby, Yorkshire, 301. 

Wheatenhurst, Gloucestershire. 302. 

Wheaton, Staffordshire. 300, 

Wheelock, Cheshire, 303, 

Whitchurch, Salop,' 296. 

White Gate, Cheshire, 303. 

Whitfield, Somerset, 305. 

Whitgrave. Staffordshire, 300. 

Whittington, Staffordshire, 298, 

Wilbraham, Great, Cambs, 302, 

Wilcot, Salop, 298. 

Willesden (Wilsden), Middlesex, 102, 

Wincanton, Somerset, 294. 

Wirksworth, Derbyshire, 302. 

Wisbech (Wisbeck), Cambs, 298. 

Wishaw, Warwickshire, 295. 



364 REGISTERS OF ST. BENE't AIJD ST. PEIEK, PAIJL's WBARF. 



"Witheridgre (Awitherdg), Devon, 296. 
Woodford, Essex, 03. 
Wood, Great, Staffordshire, 300. 
Woodham Ferris, Essex, 29G. 
Wood Plumpton, Lancashire, 30.5. 
Woolwich, Kent, 296. 
Worcester, 302. 
Worleston, Cheshire. 295. 
Worthenbury, Flintshire, 303. 
Wrexham, Denbifjh, 296, 298. 



Wroot, Lincolnshire, 804. 
Wyersdale, Lancashire, 303. 



Yarborough, Lincolnshire, 304. 
Yarme, Yorkshire, 303. 
Yarmouth, Great, Norfolk, 294. 



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