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THE 

VISITATION 



COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON, 



WILLIAM CAMDEN, 

CLARENCEUX KINO OP ARMS, 

NICHOLAS CHARLES, LANCASTER HERALD, 

A. D. UDCXIII. 
EDITED BY 

SIR HENRY ELLIS, K.H. 




FKINTED FOR THE CAMDEN SOCIETY. 

M.DCCC.XL.IX. 




^ 



\Koq^ ^ 



LONDON: 

J. B. NICHOLS AND SON, PRINTBBS, 

PARLIAMENT STREET. 



[no. xliii.] 



COUNCIL 

or 

THE CAMDEN SOCIETY 

FOR THE YEAR 1848-9. 



President^ 
THE RIGHT HON. LORD BRAYBROOKE, F.S.A. 

THOMAS AMYOT, ESQ. F.R.S., F.S.A. Director, 

WILLIAM HENRY BLAAUW, ESQ. M.A. 

VEN. CHARLES PARR BURNEY, DJ). F.R.S., F.S.A. 

JOHN PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ. Treas. S.A. Treamrer. 

C. PURTON COOPER, ESQ. Q.C., D.C.L., F.R.S., F.S.A. 

WILLIAM DURRANT COOPER, ESQ. F.S.A. 

BOLTON CORNEY, ESQ. M.R.S.L. 

SIR HENRY ELLIS, K.H., F.R.S., Sec. S.A. 

THE REV. JOSEPH HUNTER, F.S.A. 

PETER LEVESQUE, ESQ. F.S.A. 

THOMAS JOSEPH PETTIGREW, ESQ. F.R.S., F.S.A. 

HENRY CRABB ROBINSON, ESQ. F.S.A. 

THOMAS STAPLETON, ESQ. F.SJl. 

WILLIAM J. THOMS, ESQ. F.S.A., Secretary. 

SIR HARRY VERNEY, BART. 



The Council of the Camden Societt desire it to be under- 
stood that thej are not answerable for anj opinions or observa- 
tions that may appear in the Societ/s publications ; the Editors of 
the several works being alone responsible for the same. 



PREFACE. 



It has frequently been said that the Camden Society have done 
nothing for the memory of Camden as a Herald. Camden^ in 
reality, did but little, in that capacity, for himself; all his Visitations, 
as a King of Arms, were made by deputy. 

It was in 1575, by the interest of Dr. Gabriel Goodman, Dean of 
Westminster, that Camden obtained the place of Second Master of 
Westminster School. In March 1592-3 he became the Head-Master. 
His spare hours and his holidays, in the earlier part of his career, 
were devoted to the production of his " Britannia,'' which first 
appeared in 1586. The duties of the School engrossed the rest of 
his time. 

Although attacked by successive and painful illnesses, he pub- 
lished, in 1597, his Greek Grammar, entitled, " Grammatices 
GrsGCSd Institutio Compendiaria, in ustun Regiaj Scholae Westmonas- 
teriensis," 8vo. London. Dr. Grant, his immediate predecessor, had 
composed one before him, but Camden thought it deficient and 
inconvenient Wood says, Camden contracted it. 

Gough, in the Life of Camden prefixed to his English edition 
of the Britannia, 1789, says, " At this time he probably enter- 
tained no thoughts of quitting a post in wliich he was universally 
esteemed and respected. He refused the place of Master of Requests, 
offered him probably by Lord Treasurer Burghley. But before tlie 
end of the year he quitted it for one in the Heralds' College. 



VI PREFACE. 

Richard Lee, Clarencieux King at Arms, dying September 23d, 
Sir Fulk Greville, Mr. Camden's intimate friend, solicited that office 
for him ; which the Queen inunediately granted. But, because it 
was not usual for a person to rise to that dignity without having first 
been a Herald, he was October 22d created Richmond Herald, and 
the next day Clarenceux. Bishop Gibson remarks "that Lord 
Burghley was offended with Mr. Camden for obtaining this prefer- 
ment by any other interest than his ; but, on Mr. Camden's repre- 
senting it to be the free thought of Sir Fulk Greville, he was recon- 
ciled to him, and continued his patronage during the remainder of 
his life." 

The Commission for Visitation granted to William Camden, Esq. 
Clarenceux, was dated 5th Aug. 1 Jac L 

In virtue of the powers vested in him under this Commission he 
caused the following Counties to be visited by his several Marshals 
and Deputies, 



I by John Raven, Richmond Herald. 



1612-13. Norfolk, 

1612. Suffolk, 

1613. HuNTiNODON, by Nicholas Charles^ Lancaster Herald. 

1614. Essex. by John Raven, Richmond Herald. 

1618-19. Northampton \ 

H R f 1 ^ I ^^ Augustine Vincent, Rouge-Rose-Pursuivant. 

1619. Warwick, ) by Samson Lennard, Blue-mantle Pursuivant, and 
Leicester, ) Augustine Vincent, Rouge- Rose Pursuivant. 

Cambridge, by Henry St. Greorge, Richmond Herald. 

Kent, by John Philpot, Rouge-Dragon Pursuivant. 

1620. Devon and \ by Henry St. Greorge, Richmond Herald, and 

Cornwall, 1 Samson Lennard, Blue-mantle Pursuivant. 
1622. Hants, by John Philipot, Rouge-Dragon Pursuivant. 

ihj Samuel Thompson, AVindsor Herald, and Au- 
^' \ gustine Vincent, Rouge-Croix Pursuivant 

Gloucester \ by Henry Chitting, Chester Herald, and John 

and Berks, ) Philipot, Rouge-Dragon Pursuivant 



PREFACE. VU 

162^ ^jJ f ^^ Robert Treswell, Somerset Herald, and Augns- 

( tine Vincent, Rouge-Croix Pursuivant. 

Wilts, Dorset, \ 

and Somer- ( ^^ Henry St. George, Richmond Herald, and 
^ i Samson Lennard, Blue-mantle Pursuivant. 

In June 1619 Camden had a dispute with his brother Kings, 
Garter and Norroy, about the appointment of his Deputies to visit 
for him, which, though foimded partly on a mistake, did not prevent 
their complaining to the Commissioners for executing the oflBce of 
Earl MarshaL He vindicated himself in his answer to the Earl of 
Arundel, and the matter, says Gough, seems to have ended here. 

Smith, in " Gulielmi Camdeni et illustrium Virorum ad G. Cam- 
dentun Epistolae," 4° Lond. 1691, has printed three Letters relating 
to this dispute, which are here given acccording to their dates. 

1. 

" G. Camdenus D. D, G. Segaro et It San Georgia. 

Right worshipful Sirs, 

You are misinformed that I have granted a Commission to Mr. 
Vincent for the Visitation of Lincolnsliire : it was never motioned to 
me but once, and that incidently. I neither know, neither have 
heard, that his proceedings have distasted the Lords, or grieved the 
Gentry of those parts : but I have heard him conmiended by divers 
for his good carriage and skill. Verily to Mr. Philipot I have 
granted a Commission for Kent, induced thereunto by the desire and 
commendation of many Knights, yea Deputy-Lieutenants and Gen- 
tlemen of especial note in that County, under their hands, which 
shall be produced. I, remaining in this county this Vacation, will be 
a Supervisor of his Visitation, which he hath already begun. I hope 
you think it not befitting, that I should offer Deputations to any not 
desiring the same. I never denied any of their Superiors that desired 



Vlll PREFACE. 

me : yea my offers to some of them for Gloucestershire, Surrey, and 
Cambridgeshire, without capitulation of profit, have been refused. So 
God love my soul, as I have tendred the general good of the Office, 
which they that drew the letter, if they will inwardly enter into 
themselves, I trust you will acknowledge, and in that resolution I 
will continue ; desiring you not to impeach me in the execution of 
my place, who never intermedled with yours ; beseeching the Al- 
mighty to bless us all with the Spirit of Unity and Christian Charity. 
June 3, 1619." 

2. 

" (}. iAWuletms illiistnmmo riro TlwnKje Cotniti Arundelice, 

Right honourable and my very good Lord, 

I received the 6th of tliis instant a letter from Mr. Wilson in 
your Lordship's .name, and the rest of .the Commissioners for the 
office of the Earl Marshal, commanding me to stay John Philpot 
from proceeding in the deputation which I gave him for the Coimty 
of Kent : whereuiwn I accordingly sent my servant to seek him and 
stay liim. I jierceive that suggestions arc made against him and me. 
For him, verily I deputed him half a year since, at the desire and 
commendations of sundry Knights and Gentlemen of especial note in 
tlint County under their hands ; not knowing any other so able and 
skilful for that employment ; since wliich time I have heard no ex- 
ception taken against him till now. As for me, I thank God I have 
done nothing but that which is justifiable. Whether I have or no, 
and whether these Informers against me have to intermeddle in these 
matters, I beseech you to take into your consideration these points 
granted to me by Ilis Majesty's Letters Patents : 

* //« ^fi1jest^f hatJi appoint4^d William Camdefi Clarenceuur King 
of ArfM in tht* Juutj West, and South jwrts of the Realm of England^ 
to rwrt/ (A<? said Province, and the partj* thereof from time to time, as 



PREFACE. IX 

ofUn and when he ahaU think most necessary and convenienty and to 
appoint his Deputy or Deputies^ Attorney or Attomies. 

* And further. His Highness does straitly charge and command^ that 
no other person or persons shall intromit or meddle with any t/iing or 
things touching or concerning the ojice of Arms loithout special licence 
and authority of the said ClarenceuXy in writing under the seal of the 
said officCy first had and obtained from the said Clarenceux. All the 
which power, pre-eminence, jurisdiction, his Highness, for himself, his 
heirs and successors, does give and grant to the said WILLIAM 
CAMDEN, during his natural life, in as ample manner and form as 
any his predecessors have or had, toith all manner of profits thereto be- 
longing; 4-c. 

Hereby your Honour seeing what is granted to me, and what is 
prohibited to the Informers against me, I doubt not but you, whom 
I know to be truly honourable, just, and judicious, will countenance 
this my authority, groimded upon His Majesty's grant, and not 
suffer it to be insulted upon : but permit my Deputy to proceed in 
the Visitation, and me to enjoy the benefit of His Majesty's grant as 
peaceably as other his subjects and servants do. For the which I 
rest. 

Your humble Suppliant, 

7 July, 1619. William Camden." 

3. 
" To Mr. John Wilson, Secretary to the Earl of ArundeL 

Sir, 
I received not long since from You a Petition exhibited against 
me, sine die, sine Consuls, et sine nomine, and withal a letter in my 
Lord's name, whereunto I sent his Honour an answer, and I doubt 
not but I have satisfied him, and assure myself, that he will permit 
me to use the benefit of His Majesties grant as peaceably as other 
CAMD. soc. b 



X PREFACE. 

His Majesties subjects and servants do. I thank you for your favour 
to my Deputy M. Philipot, whom in this employment I will super- 
vise, and desire you rather to countenance him, than to suflFer any 
affiront to be given to His Majesty's Great Seal. 

CheaelhuTBt, Your loving friend, 

15th July, 1619. WiLLiAM Camden, Clarenceuo:.'^ 

In Camden's " Annales ab anno 1603 ad annum 1623," subjoined 
to Smith's Latin life of him, the following short memoranda, 
pp. 46, 47, relate to this dispute. 

** 1619. Mali 30. Literae ad me ab Heraldis contra Vincentium 
et Philpot 

Jan. 3. Scripsi ad Grarterium et Norroy de Vincentio et 

Philpoto. 

Julij 7. Literas a Comite Arundello contra Philpot ad me 

datsB. 

Rescripsi ad Com. 9. Philpotus ad me venit profect. ad 

Com." 

It is probable that the following Letter, of a little later date as to 
Month, the original of which is preserved in the Cottonian MS. 
Faustina £. i. foL 11, relates to the same contention. It is ad- 
dressed^ " To my very lovinge Friend Mr. S*. George, at tlie Office 
of Armes dd." 

'^ It hath been brymly tould mee from the mouth of our honorable 
Earle Marshall, that my office of Clarenceux is conferred and in- 
vested upon Mr. Kniveton (or) Mr. Boulton, or some other, not for 
any fault committed by mee, but by you Mr. St. George or Mr. 
Philpott. I pray you confess ingeniously wherin you have offended, 
that I may not bee punnished for your delinquency, for they pur- 
pose to leave mee ;6600 presently, and an Imndred mark a yeere. 



I pTAy yon come onto mee if you can possible to informe mo of tlie 
verity of this matter, for yon best con, and soe I rest 

'■ Chii.eUi. 26'^ Yo' loYinge triend, 

of Octob. Will'm Camden." 

The shaken signatare, which is all of tliis Lett«tr that is in Cam- 
den's own handj seems as if it had been written in a later year than 
1619. It is clear, liowever, that the attempt to injure Camden 
failed, for Pliilipot, as has been shewn, visited Kent in 1619, Hants 
in 1622, and BL-rka in 1623. St George visited Devon and Corn- 
wall in 1620; Wilts, Dorset, and Somerset, in 1623. So that there 
were no substantial grounds for complaint against Camden. The 
passage in this Letter regarding £600 is unintelligible. Camden's 
Patent was never revoked; and he died Ciarenceux, Nov. 9tli, 
1623:* nor wero Kniveton or Doulton Officers of Aims at any time. 

' The fallawiDg u * coij; of bia Fan^rat Cerliflcala, u recorded in the College otAnu*. 

■• WiUiun Ounden, Eiqaier, ■)■« CUrenceux King of 

Amie« of the cut, wnt, Had tooth p«rU of the kingdome of 

England, on tliii aide the riuer of Treut touthward, bsiDj; 

■ hatchelir, departed thig iDottall \Ue at Chiaelhunt, in 

Kent, Uie ix'^ daje of Noiember, 1SS3, beiDg SuDdayu, in 

Uio momniDg about 4 or S of the olock, and wu from 

tlitnt'u GODfeyed lo Wotminsler ; hia fanetsll wu wonbip- 

full; Hlempiiued acoording to hu degree un Wensdaje the 

lix"* uf Iho lame moDcth, in manner fbllawing, Ihal ii; — 

finrt proeodded 26 poore men in gownoa, then gentlemeu in 

oloaka, Ihoo uqaier*. tben knighU | Sir Henry Boorehior, Knight ; Sir Fninoia Leo. 

Knight of tiie BMb j and Sir Hubert Cotlan, Knight and Dsronett ; then Mr. Doclar 

Htalhcr, being bi* exeoutor, imd Mr. Dooler Sutton, pnacher at Uiii ITunerall : neit, 

mfter the Penan, Phiilip tloliand. Porleullla, and Augiutyn Vincent, Rouge Croin, with 

tbeir coBta on their annea ; the Peniin bonie bj Hr. W^at, hia kiDgenun ; hia healnie uid 

t bj John Philliput, Rouge Etragon ; hia coate of amus bj Samuell TboniptOD, 

>r IleraaliL On Ilia corpe, on the pall of hlaok veluet, woa placed the King's rlab 

-HironMl with whirb he wa« crowned at hia oreac'on, the pall 




I 

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J 



Nicholas Chableb, Bknch Lyon Pursuivant, was appdnte 
Lancaster Herald by Patent, dated 17tli Nov. 1608, and created 
with ceremony on the 21st April following. He was a skilful and 
judicious oificer, and it is said "worthily filled liia place."!" He 
accompanied Sir Richard St. George, Norroy, in his Visitation of 
Derbyshire in 1611, and was afterwards appointed by Camden his 
Deputy to take that of Hunthigdon. His career though short was 
useAil and industrious.^ He diud 19th November 1613, leaving a 
widow, Peneloi>e, daughter of Sir William Seagar, Gai-ter, who re- 
married Timothy Cartwright, of Washbome, in the county of Glou- 

buingfl supported bjr SwiipsoD Lnniunl, Blewmanlle ; Henry Chitting, Cli«ter ; Henr; 
St. George, Richmond ; nnd Williun Poiuon, UncMter. Heiauld.: neii the budj 
fi>l]owed8irWi]Ilsiii8pgsr,Oartor, Knight, principall Kinge of Armoi ; his two aniiUnta, 
Sir Richar<I Si. Georg, Knight, Norrojr Kinge of Annfs, nnd Robert Treswell, Someiwtt 
Henuld. After Ibem be «u nceoni panned with d;uen aoblomen — u the right bonaarahto 
the Lord Keeper, then Bj'Bhop of Linoolne j the E«rle of L*io' ; the TiKonnte Gmundi- 
■on j the BLihop of London ; the Biiihopp of WinehMter : tbe Bi»hop of Durfwm, with 
ptlier BjihnpB ; tho Lord P»gcl ; the Lord Caiy ■ >nd rannj more b«ron», Icnighta, 
exiuiorg, ud genltomen. This certifl<^Me wni taken by William Penaon, LoneiiMfr, and 
tho truth thereof tcMiflpd by Dootor HoMbi-r, excoulor to tlie defunot, hy lubsoripo'on of 
hu name. Williim UE\TilEiu*' 



in-2b 



B following Lsttur froi 



Not knowing how I nu; deaene tlut loie and rourlene you hnte illwijes aflborded 
me, jret stilt pretniming upon yonr tlivour, 1 hiiTe mode boold la Kquaynl ;«■ with auch 
newds w our fit; ia Sited with. And flnt the Lord Bnise i* ccrtCTnlf itBVDe b; H' 
8«ck»ile, in Iha feilda without Andwerpe la BnbtLnl, >nd Sachiile htfuulf aore wounded. 
Alao Bij La. Hsrington died within twoo dajea journey of Uidelberg, and • gentlemui of 
hia, a lirolhtir lo S' EdwKrd Duihell, TPtj treaeberoualy kitlod lij the ine>aaa of S' Andrew 
Keth. Duuter of tbe bot«e to tho Udj Etixbetb. But Keylh ia in houl<l to It leul ater 
into Englmid. There ia alw a quarrctt bdwotne m^r I^' of Euei and M' Han^ Howiknl, 
■nd one of them is goUen over. But there are Lcttciv sent to the Archduke and tho 
Freneli King Ici prevent thejre d»penta proceeding*. There iaalaa a lalkeof a quarrell 
betWMne ■nj' Lo. of Rntland and my Lord Danver*. ualao uToiliar Noble and gentlemen 



PREFACE. Tail 

cester, and was mother^ Noble states,^ of Thomas Cartwright, the 
architect who was employed to build the Royal Exchange. 

Charles's Manuscripts are said by Anstis to have been purchased 
by Camden> and if so, they were no doubt dispersed with Camden's 
Collections. « 

of good quality, but I thinke the truth of some few have giTon occasion to some idle brayne 
to cojne others, and fill the world with rumors of Duello. 

My Ia>. of Bedford they say is very sick. But my Lo. Petre is not yet dead, but id 
great danger ; and amongest the rest to fill up the mouth of mortality S' James Pem« 
bertoD, our late Mayor of London, on Thursday morning last gave up the ghost. Thus 
desiring your pardon for my boldnesse, remembring my thanks to M' Tho* Ck>tton, and 
Mistris Ck>tton, and Mr. Bevill, I take my leave; from my howse in Colman Streete, London, 
this 10 day of September, A<*. Dom. 1613. 

Yours ever bound to your Love 
Sl courtesy, 

Nice. Charles, 

Lancaster. 

I have not yet seene M' Clarenceuz, 
and the retume of the Garier was so short 
that I heard not of him above an houre 
before he was to go away, or else I would 
have written you some particulars concerning 
these dueilles.** 

<* Hist. Coll. Arms, p. 233. 

* There is in the Library of the College of Arms a quarto Volume of Pedigrees in his 
own hand, interspersed with Drawings of Arms and Seals, in which some few descents 
have been introduced in another hand, and probably that of William Booth, judging from 
an autograph at the beginning of the MS. ** Wm. Booth, of Wetton, his book, 1660." 

The Lansdowne MS. 874, in the British Museum, contains a large and curious Colleo- 
tion of Epitaphs and Arms in many of the Churches in London, and other parts of Eng- 
land, begun by Nich. Charles in 1610, and continued by Sir Henry St. Qeorge, Claren- 
ceuz ; with some later additions. This volume contains many Drawings of Monuments, 
Copies of Arms, &c. from painted windows, of some of which few or no vestiges are 
elsewhere to be found. 

A Volume of Charleses Collections, in part illustrated by Drawings of Seals and Arms, 
is also preserved in the Cottonian MS. Julius C. vii. 

The Harl. MS. 1849 contains various other matters illustrative of the City and Citiaens 



Charles sarvived the completion of this Visitation a very short 
time ; but it was not until some years after that Camden brought 
into the Office the Return of the Visitation talcen nnder his anthoritj, 
as appears from the following Note on the first page of the Book in 
the College of Anna, viz, 

" This Booke, conttyning the Visitaron of Huntingdonshire, hy 
Nicliolas Charles, Lancaster, in anno 1613, delivere<l into the Office 
tlie 5 day of Marclie 1621 by William Camden, Ckrenceux King 
of Armes. " In the presence of the whole office." 

The next leaf bears the autograph of Charles. 

The volume thus described and identified, and remaining in tlie 
Library of the College of Arms, is marked C. 3. Huntington 1613. 

On comparison of the Cottonian MS. with this it is evident that 
Charles must have made a copy for himself almost simultaneously, as 
the variations are so trifling that the two manuscripts may be consi- 
dered almost (ac-simile of each other. To his own copy he has 
appended transcripts of the Commission to Clarenceux and of his own 
Deputation ; of his summons to the BayUf of the Hundred of Nor- 
mancross, for the Knights, Esquires, and Gentlemen of tliat Hun- 
dred, to appear before him for the purposes of the Visitation ; of tlie 
Proclamation for disclaimuig of such as had usurped the title of 
Gentlemen ; and his Summons to defaulters to appear before tlie 
Earl Marshal. 



of London, in the handwriting uid irioking of Nichola* ChurlM, 4to. Se« also tho llar- 
leian M88. 1353, 1367. 1117. H53, 1103, and SSSO ; the luC ooDtsining ■ CbOIokud b; 
him uf KiugD, Henid*, and Punaifontg ol Arou. Two otliercupiu of Charla^ Vlni- 
tation of Iho Conntj of Huulingdoo ma; be (bund among tLe HarleiaD MS3. Nia. 107S 
and 11 7H. 

(Mmgh, Brit. Top. Tol, ii. p. 230, sajn, " Le Note had ■ VJiitation of StaffbrdiliLra bj 
Niuholaa Cbiules, Laocuter." Bo adds, ibid. p. 218, tliM Sir John Culium had Nloholaa 
Cbarin'a copj of Hanc;'! Tiaitalioii of Snffolli ; bm no suuh MS. at this is, al pnacnt, in 
tlie Libni7 at Uardwjck, 



PBEFACE. XV 

The Elditor has now only to express his kindest thanks to 
Sir Chables Geoboe Young, Gabteb, for obligmgly collating 
the proof sheets of the present Volume with the original Visitation 
in the Library of the College of Arms ; and also for the Account of 
Nicholas Charles given in the present Preface. 

HENRY ELLIS. 



B OP THE TOWNE OP HUNTINGDOW, 




Thk TOWNE or Huntingdon was first incorporated by King John 
making of it a free Burrough, by tbe name of Burgesses of the Towns 
of Huntingdon. ^ Augnsti, anno regni sui geptimo, and since agayne incor- 
porated by the name of Bayliffs and Burgesses of the Townc of Hunting- 
don, and have a Comoo Seale, and at this present Visitation were BayliRs 
Henry Edwards and Richard Wenington. 

Hbhrv Edwabdes. 

RtcsARD Wenington. 



2 



VISITATION OF 



ST. JOHN. 



OliTenu St. John de Penmark,=T=Margaretay filiA et hteres Joh^is Beauchiunp de 
miles. I Bletnesoe and Powick. 



Joh'es St.- 
John de 
Bletso, 
miles. 



-Alicia, filia 
Tho. Brad- 
shaw de 
Haugh in 
com. Lane. 



rr 

Editha, ux. Gallr. 
Poole, militis. 

Elizabetha, nx. 
Wm. Do. Zouche 
de Haringworth. 



— [— 1 

Agnes, uxor David 

Malpas. 
Maria, ux. Ric^i 

TregonwelL 



1 

Oliverus St. 

John, 2 filius, 

de Lideard 

Tregoz in com. 

WUtes. 



Johannes St. John=Y=Sibilla, filia Morgani ap 
de Bletsoe, miles. I Jenkyn ap Phelip. 



Eleonora, uxor JohUs 
Zouche de Codnor. 



— I 

Anna, ux. Hen. 

Domini Cliiford. 



rT~T r 

Elizabeth, ux. Thomse Johannes^Mai^gareta, 



Rotheram. St. John 

Alicia, uxor Henrici de Blet- 

Parker Do. Morley. soe, 

Mai>gareta, ux. Thonue miles. 

Oamage de Coity in 

WaUia. 



f. WiU'mi 
WalgraTe, 
militis. 



"TT 

Oliverus St. John 

de Shambrook in 

com. Bedd. 2. 

Alexander St John 

de Thorley in com. 

Hertf. 8. 



Sibilla, ux. Rob'ti 
Kirkham. 

Catherina, ux. 
Ghiffini Rhese, re- 
nupta Petro Edge- 
combe, militi. 



Oliverus St. John, miles,=pAgnes, f. et 
Baro St. John de Bletneso, 
18 Januar. Ao. p*mo Eliz. 
Regime. 



Johan- ^Catarina, 

nes t Warmi 

Baro St. Dormer de 

John de Ethorp in 

Blet- com. 

neso,ob. Bucks, 

1596. miUtis. 



hseres Mi- 
chaelis Fisher 
de com. Bedf. 



— n 

Alicia, uxor .... 

Ellmes de Lilford. 
Anna, ux. Ric*i 

Dennys. 



Margar. ux. Francisci 
oomitis BedfordisB. 

Mai^ria,uxorHen. Grey 
de Wrest in com. Bedf. 



Oliverus Baro^Dorothea, 



St. John, post 
morte fratris, 
de Ripton 
Regis in com. 
Hunt. 1618. 



f. Joh'nis 
Reede de 
Bodington 
in com. 
Qlouc* 



1 I I I 

Mai^Ma. 

Agnes. 

Juditha, ux. JohHs 
Pelham de Sus- 
sex. 

Martha, ux. Ric*i 
Cheney de Sus- 
sex. 



I I I -| 
Anna, ux. Andres 

Corbett de com. 

Salop. 
Maigar. ux. 

Nich*i Luke de 

com. Bedf. 
Thos. 8. 
Francisous. 4. 



1 



Anna, nnioa filia et hsres, uxor WillH D*ni Howard Oliverus St=j=Ellizabetha, f. et 



de Effingham, filij et hsBredis Caroli comitis Netting- John, filius 
ham, jam superstes 1613. sen. 



I 

Oliverus St. John, set. 12, annor* 1618. 



hseres Wm. Paulett 
de com. Sutht 



* The MS. of this Visit, in Coll. Arm. adds *<ob. 1605.*' 



mrNTINfJlKlNSHlRE A. 11. 1613. 3 




^Bmm^mtM 



VISITATION OP 



..Alia .... Blunl, 



Gulielm' Jann, ox 

CJirton. Copl«Bton, re- 
U'"' fiiiM. nupla W". Fleta- 



QervMiuB Clifton, mile*, Bani^CalhErinii,Dnic» Gulielm' Clifton, Juh'niai AmiH 

de Leighlon iarom. Hunt, nri^ I filia et hfrea milts DolDetLtiu Clifton. Clifton. 
Jacolw sict cnalus, an^. ni^i Heorici Ourcy, 

■ui 8, etJamsu[iBnt«1613. | militu, Ro^JacoM. 




HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



EX CHARTI3 ROBERTI BEUILL DE 3AWTBEV. 

Thli wai Uie cop; ut > lerj onld deed (tnaalated into EngUah) dro* I'p'a H. 2. 

All men tna; know thai on preaentand lo cotno, that I, Mj-ghdl, the inline at Mj'ghell 
of Wnlion, hnie given, gnmled, and hj Ihiimyp'sent writing liave conflmied anlo Waller 
Beiuylc, for hiB bumage and B«rvicei one parcel] ot mj wood, w^*^ ;* Land, Ihal is to say, 
of tbe land of Robert Bdaijle, n'' ii called the WiMcrofle, extendin); to the baulke 
of Rauff, J* Hnne of Gil«, tnd so from that baulke bj the banlke of Rirhanl j* jonno 
of Hubert, unto J* wood of the monkea of Sautrye, and ayen b; the diiuioD w'** doth 
extend itself betweene Wsttfelde nnto y' FjHermere unlo y tlllajfo w'** i> ailed Ruorofte, 
&c. To hate and to hould 4c. yielding therfore yearely lu me and my heyra one 

Robt, of Wuajgle, Robert of Beiuvyte. Robi chapleyn of Waltun, Leonard Waller, 

Will-m of Rauff y ron of Olleg, Mighell y mnao of Bering, Matbew the sunneof 

Qilea. and of many othem. 

Omnibna Xp'i fldellb; ad ijuot p'nCea I'm perven'int aalntem. Sciatiamo Joh'em Beuyll 
de Cheateiton jnita Awoltuii dedino, concotUMe, &c. Simoni Butevjleyn de Pyryho et 
Uatildn fliin mac unS uiiialeDi reddito qualnor marc' anuatim perclpicnd' deolb' terrii 
et Mn' mcia, pnlis, pucnii, &c. Qam h'eo in villiit et in campia do Cheaterton, et Walton 
in comilal" Uuniingdon, Habond" el lonend', &c. El ego vero p'd'c'u* Joh'ee Beuyll et 
hieredea mei pncdiclum annualom ledditu, &c, f'tala Simoni el Matildie, &.c. contn 
omnei genlea wamntiiabim' et delendemiM. In cujoB, &c. 

Pal«U nniT<iii per p'ntea me Tbomam flliii Johani* Beuyll de DentOD, remiauHo relai- 
ane, &c Simoni Bulevjiejn de Pirilio el Malildc sorori meic totum jug et clameu q'd 
li'ea, &c. in qiutdam penc'one enjutdam wnnual' redditua quatuor uiorcar' per Job'em De- 
•ill patrem meum d'clia Simoni el Hatild' coDcen', &c. In cujiu, &e. Hija lertibua, 
Ae. Dat' ap'd Chnlertoa, &a. 



Johaanea Beryll de CheMerlon.=f=- ■ 



Sciant prasontea et tutnri qood Ego Hugo de Merit ded) oonceaai et hao p^Mmll chart* 
mcB confirmavi Wiil'o do Teneion'e Dnum taftum in Tilla de Cutnton quod Rogcman ■)■- 
q'ndo l«nuit in eadem riila cum duab' mdiBternD quae WiU'm' de Merkc pater mens emit 
de Hugone le Beya. qnar' ana rodajacet auper le Eatfnrlong interlcrTU Wiil'lde Waldca- 
cheir et Joh'ii do Canlilup et Barth'i de Ceslerton. Habend' el tenend' d'c'm tuttum, Ac. 
reddendo mihi el heredib' meia, Ao. duoa eolidoa ad Paaolui pro omai aerviclo, Ac. "ro 
hac autem donacue el carts ueK canfimiaoue pncd'o'ua Will'i dimid' marca mihi dedil 



» VISITATIOS OF 

ff Mttaibw. Ib LBJM tci tWtJMuwil baic taifto b^Um «ea if fwi. Bij* Iwtilim, 
irill> 4* WaldwMi; JoJmuw d* C^alihpo, WUl'a it Bcaptom Job'c h Bnt, Rwl'a fe 
Palatf, BabV U» OriMrti M >1^ 



I* ila Uerki, |iaui HagcAM-r- 



HagD da H*riu, qoi (opa 



ooflnHTit war^ dc Ti 



o tofto in nll> de Cotnuo. 

Sdaat ptaMSta d htnri q'd Ego Jofaaa'a filioB Will'i Waldoehcf ^ OmtiiUiu 
dadi, eoDCtMi, At. D'no Will'a Fnt ~[-Jl— w dc od* gnringmf loIidMnc icddita 
par uiBi ia Overtoa Vat^rrile, p'eipfand' per muu Hagunk da Northbof^ K Ric^ 
da Lisc^n*, m. ad ftatsm Se'i Miefa'ia nginti lolidiia at ad baa FaKhc SO", ai^idoa per 
aqsaka porcica, Ilc. ad Uratioi liM eor'daai, &e. In enjni rei uadDMoii hoie p^mti 
ahaitK HgillBai aiann appoaai. Qiji totibiB, Bogani dc CutUnpo, GiJfrida If Botekr 
da jUnhoo, Will'o Ballard da CbcaditM, Kicb*o WaldccbdT de nd', Olit'o dc ijA 
wjfce de ad', Uenr' Bnbt da cad', Peira Patrick dc Onertao Waterrile, Will'o dc Stil- 
ton d« cad', Wall'o Ic McDjU ct alijt. Oat' apod CtMatutoo, die Joria prouma psat 
ftatiini Catliedr' H'ci Petri- Aa*. rCKiu B. Edwardi filij B. Edvardi dccimo wptimo. 



WUIielmiii Waldeeheiff.=F. . 
JobaoDet, filiu WiU'i Waldeacbcff, qni n 



7Ed«. 



Sdant p'acnlM at faltui q' noa Jeb'ea Deneyt, Tbom'i el Philij^na, balrca ejiudem 
Jali^, Hinf>JMini\ conAnDauinm^ Qalfrido Warjn et Alicia axon ejoa at Wi]IN> fijio 
4nidcni OalMdi nnum in 
jaeantaa Id rilla da Ctntrtaa, Ac. ad u 
bale p'nti carta aigilU o'ra appaanimoa. Hij* tcatib', Will'a atte Pool chl'r, Hnuko 
BalUrd, WiU'o Ihne, Ad' Drew*, Henr* I^mbdicad et aliji. Data apnd Ceatreton, 
die Jorii In fcato Scl Hicb^ Arcbl, A°. r^ni Regie Bdaardi (eitij a Conqucaln >ice~ 




IHXTINQUONSHIRE A. H. Ifil.'!, 7 

Fnter Jobea nuDiiter ilomus t'c'Mi Radegundu de TheliifiiTj W'igor' Hoc' Ordinia B'c'at 
Trinilatia, ct redempcoii uptivor' qui «aiil incsrcemti pro Htk Ihau Chriali > Paganin, 
dilccld nobin in Xp'o Will'o Bej'ell S»lutBm in D«i p«r quem olm peccator* pieoii til 
reroiano. Cam plnriioa p'lilegia nob' el ordini n'ra gratioH fu'int ab antiquo C0DC«an el 
de nu*o per •lUietiHiinii Papain AleMndruoi ij""". &c. No* etiaro minialar prsdiMm ft 
oonveut' guwlem loci dc n'ra splali gra' conwdiro" ut port eor'dem dwMauni at luar' 
Vni' exhibitionem in noatro conienluali capilulo «ulF<m pro iltia fiet oSDieodatia qun pro 
nobi* ib'm lleri coiKuevit. Rt per p'nln in n'ram BanMa confmlemitatem cm deuoU 
admiltimiu. Dal' auh tigillo n'lw cunfrateniilatis p'd'c'ai. A". D'ni Mill'ioiD cccc". 



In dono. 

Aolboritale Dei p'ri* omaipauntii el b«(inr' Petri et Panli AppoMolor' ejm, ao 
aathorilate app'lica mthi cumiua Ft tibi oonceau. l^go absolTo U ab oTb' peoeMJa 
tni» mUii parte vera «t mntrits conhsiU, Necnon de oblil' do qaibug lelln eoD- 
filori ai luie occunercnt memorin, el eoncedo tibi plenariam absoluoSem et relnU- 
aionem omnium peccalor' taor' in quanta cUvea eccl'iss te cxlendunt in hac parts. 
In nols p'tis, &e. 

Seiant, &c. q'd Ego Samon B«u .... qaietil clamavi Rob'to de BatiTUI et hsred' 
mil totfl reddilii q'd miohi debait pro tola tern q'd tenuit de me in Wauluti, acil'l 
uoftm manun argeoti annuatim. Qabead', &c. In bnjua autem ni tcatimonia p'»n> 
aeript' pa^oam sigUli mta a^poaif^Qe corroboTari. Hija timtibna, D'no Bic'n de Bauvil). 
Ollv'o ie Hojne, Kub'tn do Wuaingte, Joh'o de Fowkcswortb, Rob'lo capeUano do 
Walton, Walt'o de Boutll, Hour' de Wauingle, Leone de WalUin. Sine d*t'. 

In Ihe niune uf Almighty God, Amen. I, William Bevill, of CTmrterton in tbe count]' 
of Hnalingdon, genlillman, of an hoi; mfnde and good reioombninco, treiog Ihe xxx. daj 
I1ST. "I J' manelh of July, in Ibe fBarc of onr Lord God hI.cccclKKKVIj, malie mjr Tntament 
and my iait will in thii wise: Fint, I gice and beqaeadi my wule unto Atlmighty Gnl, 
bi« bleated modyr and majd Onr l*dy Saint Mary, and all the bleaaed cumpany of he»en, 
and my body la be buried in the ohirebo of St. Michael of CheUiiton aforcaaiil. aforo the 
autre of j' bleaaed Lady S'. Mary the Virgin, w"' my beat hon in y" name of my roor- 
tuaiy, after Ihe ciutume of the euntre, &c. Alu, I bequeath to my tonne Wiil'm Kvvill 
■ gteai cheat, a prewce oofer, iic. Alio, I bequeath to my Sonne Rob't Devill a fedre 
b«d, vr^ a bolaur, tvoo pillawn, twoo blanketta, &o. The n«duc ot all my gooda nut 
b«qu«th«l, my delta payd, 1 give and bequeath to the afomaid Rob't Bevill my aonne, 
le I ordeyne and make of this my teatament myne exccntor, &c. Tliia waa done the 
l.^ay, yMTB, and place above wrilten. Than p'aent y' ponon of CliealirtOD afomaid and 




^ 



Guiliol 



VISITATION OF 

Im' Berill c!e Chratertor. qui condidit Inlai 
tills DorilJ, HIiua primogenitus et exocutor. 



RoliGrtui ficvtll, 2 Hliiu. 



SdBDt, &c. q'd E^D Rob'tui Dflijll da Ajletoii in com. Hunt. gen'o<u> dedi, con- 
ceui, et hoc p'ati ciutii mea iadentuta conflmuti Bob'lD Aprice, ThanUD CotUn, Rob'Io 
Druell, Joli'i Caslell. Wilt'o Bcvjil gen'oais, Rob'Io Andrew capollino, Job'i Staunton 
yomao, Job'i Bjtberne et Nich'o Pupalie mao'iii meu de Chealerton. oum mil pertin' 
in com. HonL &c, ad ubu mni p'foti Rob'ti Derjll et EliubeUitp uiorii me» et sllerina 
n'r'm diutiii* vivene' et hsjred' mei pfnli Robti Bevyll, imporpoluuni- Et insup' BciatU 
me pretatu Rob'lum Bevyll dedine, &c. p'htU 

Bc ndvocstionom eccl'io! de Dadley p'dict' in 
oom. Hore/ord ac ola aliik terr' mna in Dudley et Grafton cum pertin' in p'dict' com. 
Hercf. NccQOii omnia ten" et ten' &c. in Conjton, Wodewalton, Keston, DontOD, 
Syveruj ol Ajlcton, in com. Hunt, ac cUam ols lerr', &e. in Wodoford, in com. 
Northnml. Necnon ula terr', &c. in Morooote, in com. Rutland. Ilabend' &e. 
DbI' prime Aprilia, b°. re^i R. Hcnrici ortsvi post Cooq'm quarto. 1512. 



BEVILL. 

I. BovUl ; 2. Beaomea ; 3. Dene.Tii ; i. Waldaheff i 6. Sngilcn. 





fft 
t 


^4f 




iii 

or 





Gulielmui Bciill de CheMerlon, qui 
H87, obijt vero 3 H. 7. 



. qul=p. . . . 

5 



(luiliolmi 
Bcvill de 
Cheater- 



StepiDglon in 

com. North 'mpt. 
Anna, monialiii 

apud Rowell. 
Jaoe, nupta Joli'i 

Poulter do 



com. Hunt. 



lirSTINGDONSHIRE A. I). Kil.l. 



Rkhud' Niota. Eliub«- 




Fnn. 


wuiio', 


Johannei 


BbtUI, 6 Bevill, llu,DDpU 


tu 


f, Will-mi 


riw', 


4IUiiu. 


BeviU. 


W,d<ixh e flliu. W- Bdl 


Bei,-ill 


Uw- 


SfiliM. 




2aiiu., 


lUram 




de 




de 




de Sa»- 




Nott. 


Ch». 


Stlvtt 


Mil- 




trey,du.it 


Gnjdc 




terton. 




brooke 




Fnncii- 


Witl* 




BUiuel 


Horn. 


in»m. 




cam,filii 


°^;T 




hiera. 




Bedf. 




Hair' 












SS" 


Thomu Job' 


«. Ru't'l'. 


Vmv 








Berell. 












fi3rd.:T= 


Elizi- Guili- 


Robef-=j 


-M«ii 


, 'p'ii 




nupUSto- 


ttober-=j 


=MuTft.f. 


beth.. elm' 






Annii. ph'oTum 


ar de Siiw- 




Nicb'i 


Berile. 


Bevill, 


CoIm 


Fr»'- trev. 




Be.Ul 




111. et 


mila. 


de 


cisca. CBtuina, 


upta Gil- 


deSaw- 


dB E-eU 


)i.»^ 


2 filin.. 


Prw 


Mir- l.'to Abbott "da Gl.t- 


irej. 




ob. 


Kd 


tun, 


n gueU. ion. 






Surr. 


■-p. 


b^rei. 






or Tho. 








hiil 


North 


P«hf- de Holywell. 








mile* 


BDipt 


PrudenlU, 


"tjpu^R* 








Balna- 


el ej 


> b-lo F>» 










in..|.d 




SUuntonI 










Crd- 




Jaiu, nupta Jo. 








Dstiune 




Udingtoi 


UTe U- 








J^W 






Saxbr in 












com. I*ic 









Robartiu Bevill, CatiriDa. Catarins. naU Matbeu* Beaill, Doiotbea, nala 29 
fill' el hei«( Gmci*. 23 Sept. 1603. oalua Martij, Maij, A''. U93. 

Kob'ti Bevill, Honora. Adiul, nita 6 1S9;. Hargar', nata 22 
tnilitii. Jan. lilll. Joban'a, natui Martij, 1S9G, 

Willm'i, 2 AL 6 Jaauar», FnnciHa, oi 

leii. Juiij, laoo. 

ROBBBT BEVILL. 



30 



It'm Jot' p'ai. quod 
CMtaiD io ConfngloD, p 
Tinool' ull' p'l'il". El Will' 



ibVi Isnl' die LunE proi' poet teelBtn H 
A*, re^j Ragia Hen. vtj** teiliu. 
■ Benin, qui de D'na ' 



■ DeniiJ, qui ae u do lenuu c«rt lerr et len iiD par 

io ConfngloD, per t^ert' radd' et m-vic', obijt circa feitfl S*c'i Pelri q'd didtnr ad 

I't Bevill IlliuB tioi al protim' b»na et manM in drilitta 

il hcmiBKJfi el fldelibUem. Ideo p'c* eet Balliuo neiilr* did' 



Wiil'mut Bavill, palar, olijt ai 

Willlelraiu BniU. Hliiu et tunea, obijt 
a*, in H. 7. 



J 



l«> 



• t 



A'3 



mm^.\ 



vt WWm: Smil 



ik IX: 






3taiL< It 



if? 



lyt 



»* 



I^ fiB 



IftOL-L 



-^ 



4S.4. 




?rm b Till I JtK 17 



« i ? 



'^ m^Tt 









i' 






A'-3»*Ii*». ri. 3f«.:2r 



HUNTINGUON8H1BE A. U, 1613. 



11 



e Woudwmllon r 



Pktnt uninmiu pur p'lilei, 4p, q'd Ego Thouuu de Beylll d 
Rob'to de Bejrili D'no de WoodwaltoD 30*. iteriingar' pro bono [hcu nt finali Con- 
cordia int' n« conflrnuind'. &c. de alb' t*iugrog«oaib' , &c. In cujus rei Icstimaaiu 
p'wntibtu ligUlum meil eat kppeDiqin. Hiu lallbiu, Rogora AocrchunI, Johume 
SCounfiwher, Bic'o de Sloketon, Will'o de Selhj, Rabetto Dyke, Rob'w W»rde de Wode- 
mlUtn el aliji. Dmlum apuil Woodwullou. die Mercurij prai' port feita S'o'i Laiireiitq, 
A". legni Hegii Edwardi terttj n. Cooquntu decimo Urtio. 

Sciut p'aenla el tator' q'd Ego Beatrix WildeceCT de CntretoD, lu lib's viduiUM 
mea, &o. dedi, &c. Will'mo de llmnpton' el MagoUe uiori buie filtiL men dimidieU- 
lem turbarij et puliun decern nccar', &e. i|u» q'nduo h'ui de doao el feolT Will'i da 
Wsldiseff, pMria mei, in villa de Conlgtun, &0. Bii* latibna, D'no Job's de Pocke- 
wnh, Qvrudade Gnvel', JolumnedeCantilap, Sngone r» ejot, Job's Bret deCcMrMoB 
etalij.. 



Will'mu* de Hiuup>^MagoU, Hlia 




1 



LOUTHE. 

Inquiiitio, a°. 2S H. H. Pro Urrit in Sawtre. Betlmn m 



EdniuDduii Loutlie. 



VISITATION OF 



JaUntiH Sipcote de^TEliubeUu s 



cbmt. dut. SI H. T. 



cohteiw Joh'ii D'ni Denham, reljetn FulconU 
piuie Brandon, niiLiU, ut pH' par 



' de Elton milts, in com. Hutit.^Anna, t. Nicli'i D'ui Vaulx. 



Thomu Supcule^itM. f. ot c 
de Burley. | Joh'ni. Fi 



Kcardu 

Skpcole I flli* Job'li BroukaliydeShouldley tha 
dsEIlDO, Hunge ' " 

ford, mili- tnbelia, ax. Tho, V-'tke, Dor 
I. Northl. 



Edwnrdni Guido^Msrg. f. 
Sipoote Sap- «t heer' 
de Burlj, cDtte, Guidonii 



^Roberttia Stpcote^Eleonom. fil. Kliwbelhn. ai, Jo- Anna, uxor Ji 

uxor. I dfl Elton in com. { Will'i Pretitliuia, h'nit Stjiv, militia, Bmugbton. miti 

Dm. Cflfitr' rennpta JilcoLhj renupta Jobann 

prima. YBrTord, militi. miti Bedrord. ^ 



I bridge 



ElinbMha, fllla M hRna, nupls Tbonun Beaumont de Coleorton, militbi, 



In Launocfl Farron't bowae at Sawtrej in tbii bail wj'nduwt 
Tbew 3 in the north isyndowe of the hall. 




nUNTINr.DONKHlllE A. D. 1613. 
Thdw S (BCDcbiwDii itend in tlie wath »]n<li>wu of the hall ktoreNtid. 




GrWIN-SHIRK A. l>. 16l:(. 




16 



VISITATION OF 



BBAUMT8. 



To all them w*^ ■hall lee or heare this present lettre, Thomas Grendall of Fenton, 
oonsin and heyre to John Beaomeys, sometime of Sawtre, greeting. As the Armes of the 

anceston of the said John, since the day of his death, hy 
lawe and right of inheritance, are escheted onto me as to 
the next heyre of his linage, know yee that I, the aforesaid 
Thomas, have given and granted hy these presents the whole 
Armes aforesaid, w*^ theyr appurtenances, onto S' William 
Moigne, knight, which arms are Argent, a orosse aznre, 
fine garbes or, to have and to honld the said Armes, w*^ 
theyr apurten*nces, to the said S' William and his heyres 
and assignee for ever. In witnesse whereof, I have to these 
present letters set my seale. Given atSawtrethe 22. day of 
Novemb', in the 15. yeare of King Richard the Second. 

Robertas de Beaumys.^. . . . 

Guiiielmas de Beaumes.^. . . . 

I ' 

Johannes de Beaumes.=p. . . . 

I ' 

Robertus de Beaumys.^. . . • 




Nicholaus, filios et haares Rob*ti de Beanmes, obijt A^ 16 R. 2.^. . . . 



J- 



. . • .^Margareta, filia et haares NichM. 



'i^^ 



. . . .-pCooiliA *tt Heathe al's Ghrendon. 



I 

Thomas Grendale de Fenton, oonsanguineus et haares Nioholai Beaumes, »t. 40 

annor' 15 R. 2. 



U Hie Thomas concessit arma de Beamnys Will'o Moyne militi. 




ink A I 






WILLH WJOJMS 



HL'NTIMQDONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



19 



PIKERING. 




Qilbertiu^. . . . 
Pikering. | 



John s 
Pick- 
ering 
of 

Tich- 
m'ah, 
in com. 
North. 
•mpt\ 



T 



ThoM Pikerings of Tichm'she 
in Northamptonshire bore 
this coate m theyre owne 
sometymes. 




— n 
wai*m\ 

Henricus. 



Gilbertus Piker-:T=Elizabeth, filia Edwardus Piker^^Elizabetha filia Rob'ti 



ing de Tioh- 
m'sh, filius pri- 
mogenituB. 



.. .. Haggard 
de com. (^ai- 
tabr\ 



ing de Aulk- 
mondbory, in 
com. Hunt 1613. 



Johan- EdwardoiPpElizabeth, 



nee Pikering, 

Piker- rot. 22 
ing. an. 1618. 



f. Qeorgij 
Lynne de 
com.North't. 



GilbV. 2. 
Joh'es. 3. 
Joseph'. 4. 



Constable de North 
Pikenham, in com. 
Norflf. 



T 



■n 



Ursula, vx. Ant* Winifred, vx, Petri 

Reeve. Bradley. 

Elizabetha, vx. Jana, vx. Simonis 

Clementis Allen. Staunton. 



Edwardus Pikeringe, mortuus a°. 1613. 



EDW. PYKERINO. 



VISITATION OF 



WUIiuBi de WkUii.^. . 



rillUmc^Ai 



Bkturdiu Wtl-^Hagdaleiw, filU Agnea, ax. Phelici*,nup- 

lianu de Atilk- .... Harriett Bia'iOrue tBjah'aiKing 

mondburj. jmm de Stakelej, io de BUing- de Auwm- 

supentee 1S13. com. Hunt. ton. burj. 



Aniu, ntkUi 10 umor', A". D'ni 1Q13. 



Higddena, nt. 6 uinar' 1018. 
Hn m'ke R of Biclurd Williuu. 




Rkhard Sbde de ^ElinbMbi, fili> JcJi'ii 
uliwi' ad legem. com. Bed! 


Thoiluui n 
Sbdede 
Hunting- 
don, OOD- 
■iliuiiu 
Hll%em. 


-Clajes Robertiu Ron, nupti 
Belli- Slide de Tlio. Spill- 
kia Elington in water da 
Cluap, oom. Hunt, Leigtiton 
Dior txelebe s>. in wm. 
(Jiu. 1613. Hnnt. 



per me BOBERTUH 8LADE. 



HUNTINODONSHIBE A- D. 1613. 




ird. 



Oailielmiu Oncw da Innito^AUif[4reto, 
Elj, qoi geniu niDm daxit - . . . . 

> pwtibiu Willia. 



iciwrdo^pAguea, EthBldnidm, 



uiorRie^ 

Holoott d« deElUng- 
EllingtoD. ton. 



BtCHARDE aRACE. 



Hs bath iiuul« no proote 






LgtoD iD^Etlieldreds, filia Will'mi GnM ds Innila EI7. 






Henrictu Holeott Edwudua Holoolt de=pC^nu:ia fll' Rob'ti DoroUm nnpta SInwnl 
da Hlbemia, 1 EUiagtoD In com. Throckm'ton de Rtobwdion da Hib'nla. 
Miiu. Hont. I EUlngtoD. Anna. 

EDWARD HOLCOT. 



23 VISITATION OF 

In [lie Chorobe ul Kimbulton , in com. Hunt. 




HTNTINODONSHIRE A, l\ 1613^ 313 

In StiltoB Cliiirelie thli viilleii in tke winOowv, 
taken the 17 of Anguil» 1613. 

Grej, Doctor legom, genitn* de gennine regnm, 

Londoo^js pridem • el id«4n 

Hoc in «tq*liMrii», 



In the Churche of Holme this written in a wyndowt : 

Of joor charitye prmy for S' Dnry Phelip and my lady hit wlfo, and for all the benefot^ 
ton of this windowe. 



Gnilielm* flli* Simonis de Coton, relazavit Simoni de Ck>ton patri luo, &o« Hya t««tih| 

de Brex, Tho. de Dellew, Tbo. Herthull, Rob to de Bruin, KobHo de llikkeu- 

hnll, Will*o Bruin de Sutton. 

Chiilielm' Alius Thonus de Ck>ton dedit et oonftrmayit terras et ton* UulHelmo flllw 
Simonis de Coton and IsabellsB uxori ejus. Testibus Rob'to Vemun D'no Hatton. 

Guiliehn' Abbas S'c'ab Werbuigas de Cestria dedit Edmundo Alio Will*ml de (%)tun, 
comunia pastura quod clam' in Cotton in exoambio pro sex aoris teme In magna CutoUi 
et Abbas amiseret in curia oomitis Cestrin. 

Johanes Alius Rioardi filij Thoms de Coton dedit et oonflrmavit Kdmundo de Ouliiii 
et Katarinm nzori crjus dlTcms terr'et ten*. Test' int' alios Ranulpho de Vemun* l)at* 
a«. 16 Edw. 8. 

Onilielm' Alius Edmnndi Coton dedit Joh'l Aston, et Henrioo do Dradliiy |MinMina» 
eoel'ie de Ridwaie, totam terram snam, &c. Dat' a**. 50 Kdw. 8. 

Guilielmus de Colon de Ridware Hampstall dedit Rob'to Mailrell reclori wHU'liit de 
Christleton et aliis oomia terr* In nllis de Coton, WaTcrton, Christleioti, Tervlii, llMt«nift, 
Hokenell, Haaley, el Mnlton. Dat' 2 H. 4. 

Agnes reliela WiD'mi Colon demisi WUl'o Colgreve, kt^, K<lmundaiMit<»N ball, uuiii 
d*nioa terra in Edmondeaoolton pnedict', TesUbos ioh'e IktUm, a''. A II. 4. 

Riohardus Colon de Eidwave, 6 H. 6. 

Johannes Coton, 8^ H. 6. 

Joh'ee Colon de Ridwar« Hampstall, 2 K. 4. 

Ricardus Colon de Ridware, 1 U,Z,hVZ H, 7. 



24 VISITATION OF 

Id Ooningbm Churche tho 16 of Au«nBt, A°. D'ni 1813, thoM 3 in [lie wjudon 



t 



W^ 

^ 







HUKT1MCDOS8HIBE A. D. I6I3. 



Ott Ifnw of King H. H. 



^'=n 


'LAt/! 


"(nru 


C'^' 




nor qw rmi i m de exkaw fanw' qn fncrit Bctavd Bra* fra d'c** iip'^^ 

Kr^ anEl- B mi^mTmm, Hilkrij, A: 97 Ei«- S> •> P>«> Iii fMt itn t i i B«Kii. 
ntafeB. 

C«^™wi»w rt t.'MfUfm Tmiao TriMJntJ. A*. « EJ-.8. D»ei | li»i » i"w^» 
*^^*^— "' ■■"'-- • —III -iiB - X«rfUk,iaTaniL«*lea, prvd*Aet> 

r- | i ».ie-r^i—Mkfc-|»,ME.». Lamiom. Pwo iM-tWtmmVmifaMn Bfi^ 
■• ll-eM GVM. Ebo^L 

Or%. U B*«. S, M. ». lili^Bn Blv B<s«B *« Jtk'tm dc Wwabut. H«I 



CAjm. aoc 



26 



VISITATION OF 



COTTON. 



Guilielmu* de 
Coton.7 




Roberttu Bras,' 
D*n*8 de An&n- 
dale in Sootia. 



Simon, filius 
WUUelmi 
de Coton.nP 



I 

RobHuB de 

Bnu, D*n'8 
de Anan- 
dale, fili* et 
haeres. 



=IflabeIU, 
filia et CO- 
haer. Da- 
Tidifl oo- 
mitis 
Hunting- 
doniaa. 





1 

Baniardu^=Gonatan- 



Brua, ob^t 
seiBitoB de 
Conin- 
ton. 



ti& de 
Morteyn, 
uxor 
ejus. 




1 

Ricarduft 

Brus, 8 

filius. 



Johana =Guilielm*=l8abella 
uxor. de Coton. uxor 

ejus. 



Bamardus 
D*n'8 de Exton 
et Conington. 



Brus, ^p. • . • 
uxor 



ejus. 




Edmundus de Coton,' 
16 Edw. 8. 



rrina uxor 
ejus. 



GuiUelm* Coton=pAgneB, filia 



de Ridware, 
jurenxoris. 



Bamardus Brus de Exton^. • • . uxor ejus, 
et Conington, 

Joh^es Brus^. • • • 



et haBres 

Walteride 

Ridware. 



de Coning- 
ton et Ex- 
ton. 



uxor 
ejus. 




Joh^nes = 
Coton de 
Hamp- 
itall Rid- 
ware, a*. 
12 H. i. 



^Isabella, H 
et hares 
Wm. Faw- 
oonerde 
Thuroas- 
tonin 
oom. Ldc. 




Hugo We-^Agnes, filia =:Rob. de Lot»- 



senham, 
miles. 



et oohsres. 



cot, 2 mari- 
tus, Inq. 7 
R.2. 



IIUNTIN0DON8H1KE A. D. 1613. 




CaUrina, ni. Tho-: 
Ric'i Gn*- mas 



Will'i Vcna- 



Guilielm' Cotun, 
37 H. U.' 



Colon di 
Conin^n in 
com. HuDt. 



InbelJa, ui. Job's 

Mitlldia, uji. 
AntboniJ Fitz- 

BsrtKrt, j attic' 




- Marian fiJia 

nupU Tbo. 

IlilliDg cspi- bridgi*, 3 



DDrolhH,f. Jo.' 
Tumroith de 
HanUdin 




Thomw T^Locia, 
Coton fllia et 

de Co- pohfcrea 



VISITATION or 



Catsrin*. in- 


Ferdinand 


Rober- =:Elizfl- 


Luoia, m. Jo. 


Tlio- =1= 


nupto. 


Cutoa, mor- 




bBtha, 


TalfflUT. duAnh- 






cWor. 


Colon 


f.etco- 


tOD in E»ei. 


CoWn 


Dupu nav 


JobuiDis Co- 


deCo- 




Dorotliea, nupta 


de 




loa, merca- 


nington, 


W"i 


Miuiritio Bauds 


Ged- 


de Bo»-ton 




mil»ot 


Brocaa 


do Som'bf in 


ding 


b com. 


Honriciu 


ban>- 


de 


com. LiucolQ. 


AbbM 


NorthUDp^ 


Colon de 


nettui^ 


Tho- 




inwm. 


ton, mit. 


BroughWn in 


jun 


ding. 


Jo. Baodo da 




Robooo^in- 


com. North- 


auper- 


wortb 


Somljy in com. 


2miuii 


nupti. 




■tea 
1613. 


in com. 
Loic. 


Lincoln. 


1613. 



Price 

de 

W*gh- 



ROBERT COTTON. 



ia Coton, flliua et hieroa, ut. 1. uinor' et ampllua 
THOMAS COTTON. 



A> ISH. 7, ex ip'a carta. Henric' deigr'it,&c.diro'oBibiTltomiD Coton deConiDgtan, 
DUpar Tic' n'ro in com. Canlabr. e( Hunt, aal'm. Cu coini»rlmm diiecto nohi» Jirfi' 
Clareranlx ar'o Com. n'ro« p'd'e'oa cu perljn' habend' q'mdiu nobi* placeret praot in 
I'ria n'riii patontibj lubi inde contectit pleniua continetur Tibi p'cipimus q'd ddem Jotal, 
com. n'roa p'd'c'oa cum pertin' una cu rotulia br'ib; meuiorand' et olb; alijs offidS illDd 
tangentib; que in cuatodia tua eiiitunt per Indcntanu itidc inter le ut p*blD Ji^'em 
dDbite conflciend' IJbcres. Tfate nic ipBo apud Westm', 15 die Novembr* a^. r. n. 16. 

Warham. 

91 gr's AngI' Ptano' et HIb'n. Rex, &c. olbj sd qno* 

ja q'd oomisdmiu dilVonobiiTboms Coton annigaro 
A Hunt. cu>todi«id' q>mdiu nob' plaoaarit, Ita qM Brmai debitaa nob* 
Fo^idat an'uaLim oo de debitifl n'ris vt olbua aliji ad otficiu Tic' com. pred'c'or' apectan' 
Dob' respondeat ad ac'e'm n'r'm. In onjui roi tealinioaiu liaa I'ra* n'ma fieri fecim' p»- 
lenla. T. me ip"o ap'd W»tm' miij, die Novembr. a" r, n. pimo. 



Com. n'ma Cantebr' < 



arcbiep'ia ep'i* ducibj com 
"-' ■ " - lalt'm. Cii 
pertin' habei 









Ex ip'a carta. Elirabcth dei gi^a &c. Rogii 
nib; mililib] tib'i* bolb) et olbj aJijs i 
dilY'D nab* Thonue Cotton ar'o officiQ 

Dobb placa'it prout in I'rii n'ria p«tentlLiu ei inde oimfKtis pli 
dam' q'd eidem ThDmai tanq'ra vio' n'n com. p'd'a'or' in olb; 
tinent intendentffl aitia et reapoodent». In cujua rei Lefltim' h 
patentn. T. me ip'a apud Weatni. i|j. die No'embr. auno r. n 

FUiulHjtlui Rcgiaa, &e. iircbiep'U op'ia dueib) i^omitihua lATonibuB militibi lih'ig 
bolb; ci uib] alija de com. Cuiubr. et tlunt . aal'l'm. Cum oomiwriix' dil'cbi nob' Tlioinv 
CottoQ armig'o Com. n'roa p'd'o'oii cB pertin' cutlodiend' q'lndiu uob' pbicuerit pnml 
in I'ris a'ria patentibua libl indo conrootis plcnjua contiiietur, Tobig mandaDi' qM eidem - 
Tliomai, tan(i*m tic' n'n Com. p'd*. In omnib] qiue ad ofBoiS illad pertiiiunt iulcu- 
dontc* Htla ot rcipandonl« et Buxilianteg. In cujog rei testimoniu hu I'ms d'rii fieri 
ie«im' pateala. Teste mv ip'a ap'd oiatril n'r'm de Wjrndesorc, &'° die Decombrii a*. 

I. n. as". 



IIUMTINQDONRIIItlF, A. I\ Ifil.'i. 



21) 



A'. 33 H. 3. H»c eat conrantia inl' D'n'm Rud'm AlilAtam dn lUmewf, An, Dn uni 
piirto, et Joh'em Benneberd de Ojdding Alibntia ex alMn, fe'n In r<iMi> liMtl JmwI.I A|>p'll, 
»•>, Hfgni Regis Henrici filij Regta Joh-i« 8a"* |iRi tnrrit in Ctjiddynx M Un((lond, *o. In 
eujiu rei teatimoniii parti p'ntia «ripti in iiindum clrognphl cinfocli peii« d'oua abbUnu 
•teOTiBiili«rB«idBnlid'cu« Joh'wugilla tuS on» cum iii|{lllk Kob'U dn Ikllonunao ■! 
WtlUri de WBHnsele nulilii ippotuit, &e. Hijn (»tlh), H«nr' de CnlKvlll tHnn Tiea. 
com- Hmrtid', SLmone de Copmimford. W". h Mojno, Joli'o do OI>rl< V»lll«, Jo. da 
LnognOl et Willli Cardnn niiliUb,, et ulij*, &o. 




ST Ed. 3. Bwc indBBlsr* lii<iliii q'd fbn> qus (uit quondkn uuir ThmnB Dm 
BPfdt. Ae. Jofcl dc TiliMj milili ct Tbonuo Att LmIm d* V/gmtiMU, luiwunji «* 
■ U ffjg«Bhel», WhKhi, « Hslfc Un, Bbklq* 
Babcwl', ftc p'd'f'ta Jobl <( ThMwe, Ae, fwU^do faidc huMIb p'd**^ 
ai MS tiUB lu !■. 10>. ad dm mmal MliiQi, fte. la o^oi nd (■MbaiMli* 
DM-ap^ IlldUbow*, «•- 
< mrdmt. TalOM, WIU'o 
Ha>wd, WDTflM B«ww<Mm1n« J« Wilk, Wab'» 




^ 



30 VISITATION OF 

Sdant p*Dla M fDturi qnod Ego Ricmiriu Drewe da WMtlenn' 
Howton M aliji et Rob'to Alio Rio'i d« Wjgenlule 
olb] Un' ten, tie. DW apnd WjgmluUi, a'. GO Bd«, S. 



(jQUBMil, Ac. Rio'o de 
Ju' in WtMlenn' eS 




Thaa HmM slMtd thai in Mr. Pric* 
ha hovM tX Wuhinglej in the wio- 
doww thrae, Mt Dp, u ma; 1» eo^JK- 
tnred bj theirs ihew, tboot the ^me 
of E- H. 7, ftnd ii the tnaet of Jotm 
CUric, Boditor of the Dnchj of lAnoai- 
ter, ud aooond hiubuid to ElUabMh 
Drew*, widowe of John Ott«T. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A, D. 1613. 




AP RHESE. 

*liinglcy,= 



Ex <nquin' gen'&l' fp'e 
Regii Edw.l.— Radulfua 
flUus Wduri de Wu- 
ninglee toneC npiule 
nun'ifl el medieUtem 
Tillm de WaHinglee dn 
teudo ThonuD de Love- 



onB of y 
Cndok. 



Riesrd" Hobait' 
do Wuh- WoshiDg- 
inglej, lej, ob. 



^ da, and Bieardu) Drowe, comanguiQeaB at hares Jo-=p. 

I beyreof .... hannio, uxori* Kic'i Waahinglej, ctt. 32 7 H. 6, 
I Bsdiull. ob. a". 8 H. «. Inq. a°. S H. 0, n". 20. I 



, daughter and cobeyie of . . 



Robertui Drewe, 



T" 



ItMcl: ap-f-Jouie. liMor [? 










jJX,"" Oiler de 




nnneof 


Datd Bmj, P 


5^\ Walthom- 




him. 


Knight Mid 1 




1 




Counwlbr \ 


^^ laarituB. 






to K. H. 7. ^ 


"^ 





Joh'nva Clarke, 
Auditor do la 
l>ucbj de Lao. 




Rob'tiu Latimer de^Eliiabeth, Alia 
Duntiah In le West .... Ham- 
Country. 




DuQliall. 

^Jouie. one CaMatidn, linE niomeil 

ofy'daugli- to John Roberta ar Wd. 

ten and laalono ; 2dtj, la Putur 

bejrea of Aahton of C'lmlertoQ; 

BoliertWil- Silj. lo AdeUrd Weibj 

ford of l^n- of Qednij i 4 Ihl j, la Ro- 

don. bert Carre. 



VISITATION OF 



Alejna da 


dn>. 


live 


Kcntvtde 




Prioe, 


(insde; 




flIiuB e 


in oom. 




hicrea. 



Williolm" apT=Aiin4i, ftlia Edw. Wati 
Rhtso, mileB, mililis, ivIicU Caroli f 
»". IfilS. ^y/ieh, militu. 



Klixuliotha. nnpta 
Rto-O fUndell, 
renupU Tho. 
Halea. 

Moru, uxor Wm. 
Hewetl da Mil- 
brooke in ana 
Bedd. 



ROBART APBECE. 
Riidiull. 




Thi» indenture mode (he 2d day of Aprill, n". 2^° Edw, 6. betwene Robi tp ] 
WMhingley, in ths eoontj of HunKngdon, Eaq. mnd Wm. ap Reee. 31 sonno of the 
Boid Robert, for laodi w'^ wen wnuo tynus Jobn Sapeolbi knight, and ntter that ons S' 
Richard Sapcotla, nnne and beyre of the nid JohD and Dame Christian Sapcots, wife to 
the uid 8' Richard, iu tho towne and fiilde of Ogcntonc and Waahinglq', &c. Dat' 
2 die Aprilu, anno 3 Rdw. 1, 




HUNTIN6DON8HIBE A. D. 1613. 



33 




KAYE. 

Aithnms Kaye de Woder-^Beatrix, filia llathei Went- 

tome in com. Ebor' ar- | worth de Britton, 

mig*. 



oaor— T-j 
r* ar- I \ 



JohanneB Kaye de Wood'tome.^, • ,, 

I ' ' 

Edward Kaye of Wood'Bome^Anna, filia Rob'ti Tirwhitt de 

in com. Ebor* gen'osoB, I Ketelbye militis, in com, Lin- 

4 filius. I coin. 



Maigareta, nupta Jaoo- 
bo CrewBe de Fother- 
ingliay in com. North- 
amptonis. 

Anna, nnpta Francisco 
Aiaoue de Kela^ mi- 
liti, in com. Lincoln. 



1 

RobertiuPFChristi - 



Kaye de 
Glatton 
in com. 
Hunt. 
filioB et 
haeres. 



ana, filia 

WiUH 

Cooper, 

reliota 

ThonuB 

Qtoome. 



n — 

Joh'nea 
Kay, 2. 
WiUW 8, 



Lucia, ux. Jobannis 
Pikering de Tich- 
merrii in com. North- 
ampton. 

Margeria, nupta 
Will'o Laurence de 
St. Ives. 



Heniieot Kay de Glatton in com. Hunt.^pSu4anna, filia Joh'nis Loftis de Lutton in 
supentee 1613. com. North't. 

Johannes Kjiy, setatis 3 annor* a*. 1618. Robertas, 2 filius. 

HENRY KAY. 



% TtusCrest was given to the ould Armes 
of Arthur Kay of Woodsome in y* county 
of York, gent, by William Flower, Norrpy 
King of Armes, dated at London the 22 
day of October, in the 6 yeare of the 
reigne of Queene Elizabeth, af*, D*ni 
1664, under y* hand and scale of the said 
William Flower, Norroy, to the said Ar- 
thur Kay, and to his posterity for ever. 



A GOLDS FIMCHS. 




s^^^^t^^'- 




CAMD. 80C. 



F 



TI8IIATIOH OF 



MAESHALL. 

HanlutU of EUoIit^.. . . 

Williun Hanhall of EtIedcT, ool- Joba Uuilull of Win-^Alici>, fllik . . . . Penja 
lector of the lubaidj, I'p'e H. 8, liDgluiu, props B'*~ j de Bufcwde, prope St. 

ilder broUier pa John. Neoto. Neottt. 

Joha Hknlull of Woi)dinllaii.^=Jab«iiM> Ajr« de Higiuij. 



m Hanhall-j-Johuiiu UutendAle do 



de Woodwalhni, 
jam napenUa 

iei3. 



^Veraoj Ood- I'bomu. 

ud, fllik Wm. GUbertiu 
Oodudde HmbsU, 

oomit, Bedf. deLoodoa. 

«r. Will'* 



Mubew MantuOl ot^ohina, fll' Phi' 
Elt»le; ia com. Cut- Hatlaj de C 
tebr. et de Sawtnj in 

PbLlipp'^Huu, L Hstheiu! 

Joh'u Joli'co, Eliubetlu, ox, 

BrcU de Edw. Junbi Dcibo- 

UUe Miles. rough. 

Qnna- Jiweph. Johwia. 

den in AUiu. 



MATH&WE MARSHALL. 




HUKTINODONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



Thomu W)ull«j de Sibtborpc et Screaeton Id com. Nott'.^ 



in ooni. NottinghunuE, leneacil- de Willu^li 

lu Bdwudi Ducii Soni'iett. com. yoit'. 

Tbomu WtuUej de ScreietOD^EIiubeths, loU lilia 
inoom. NattinglumiB. J loughbj in com. Nolt 

Tbonua Rlcmrdiu =p^'*'><='*<^ WaltenuWhi 



leld^.... niu 

' in rsdii Jc^ 

I QroTe, mi 



harei Henr* Hatfaild de Wi. 



mit' Not- 
tingb*m, 
filial et 



Sacra Theolo- 
giffi BaccaJau- 
reus, ja super- 
■tee 1SI3. 



Howell 
deCan- 
labri- 



Joh-nei, 3 aiina. 
Hargu-eU, uxor 

Amoldi Berv- 

bjde .... 
Elleiui, nioT Jo. 

Draper de Flint- 

Notf. 



WALTER WHALLEY. 




36 



VISITATION OF 



FAWKNER. 



John Fawkener of Waldon in=pJana, filia • • • . Shelley de Wonninghimt in Snasex. 
Snasex. 



r 



i^Ji 



Joh&nneB Fawkener de Waldron^Elizabetha, filia Thorns Kyddall de Higham Ferrera in 



in SuMex* 



r 



T 



com. NoithHnpt. 



Johannes Faw-^Magdalena, filia Pe- 
tri Temple de Bur- 
ton Davett in com. 
Warr. 



kenerde Aller- 
ton in com. 
Hunt. 1618. 



William 
Fawkener 
of Aller- 
ton, 2 Sonne. 



Mildreda, nupta 
WiU'o Park- 
huTBt de Lon- 
don. 



I 1 I ^ n 

Johannes, filins et lueres, Petros, 2. Anna, 1. 

»t. 16annor\ £dward%S. Elisabeth. 



T I' 
Jana. 

Gatherina. 



Joanna, uxor 
Tho. Adams 
de Sussex. 



— n 
Joana. 

Ifagdalena. 



JOHN FAWKNER. 



HUNTINODONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



Johunn Pntt de Weldon in 




HmricM Pntt de Weldon in 


^Elinbetha. flli> M henw An 




1 thong Chonne. 


An^uiDi PnttSpBleonom, 


Henric- Anluj oDpla Johl 


de Weldun in 


filUet 


Prmtt, 2 W»tkjn de Thorp 


oom. North- 


uni« he- 






ro Robti 


comit' Noitht. 


uiarii de Otbt- 


HiUinnt 


Elinbeths, nnpla 


ton Waterrile id 


deOier- 




comiUu Hun- 


ton W«- 


de Hakenbj in 


tingdon, mper- 


tertile. 


oom. Lincoln. 









HOiKot Pntt, Bliiu Hemic', 



Bliubetiit, 1. Sun, 'i. ^wcilk, T. 
Ann^ 2. Eleonon, fi. Fruici*ca, 

Mtuu, 3. Catuins, 8, 8. 

ANTHONY PRATT. 




38 



VISITATION OF 



BEDELL. 




Johannes 
de W<J]aston in 
com. Northampt. 
ar. ob. 14S5. 



BedeU=pJohantta, 



Thomas Bedell, 
et haer. 



filia eC h»reB .. 
WoUeiton de WoUeiton, 
com. Norths 



m 




filim^. • • . 



—I 1 

Johines, Geor)g;his Bedell, 

2filiaa. S filioa. 



I 

Gnilielmas Bedell de Gatwwth in oom.^=Goditha, 

Hunt. ar. 



r— T" 
Will'm' 

Bedell, 

3filina. 

Gabriel, 

2filiaa. 



filia ... 
com. Lttc. 



Tillen in 




Anna,=pSUTe»- ^MMrgk- 



reta,ux. 

prima 

filia 

WiU'mi 

High- 

feild de 

com. 

Cestriie. 




I I 

William=pBrigida, Johan- 

Bedell filia nes Bo- 
de .... dell de 
M<^de»- Power Hamer- 
worth, de com. ton, 
2 fiUua. North- mUes, 
ampCon. filins et 
hsres. 




m 

Alicia, nnpta Am- 
hroaio Lane de 
Oriibory in com. 
North 'mpt. ar. 

Elisabetha, nupta 
Henr* Clarke de 
Stanweeke in com. 
Northampt. 



=^Matilda, una 
filiar' et co- 
h»it»d*WUri 
Lane de Got- 
tetbroke in 
com. North- 
ampton. 




WiUiam 
Bedell, 
8 tonne. 



1 

Joane, ma- 

ried to Ni- 

cholat Oal- 

ton oi N*- 

dingworth, 

in com. 

Hnnt. 



HDNTINQDONBHIBE A. D. 1613. 



SUtcs- ^ 
tor B»- 
ddl, 
fllTel 



ou I da. of 8' 

Oedell Anhor C&- 



Praiicea,ad&. 

BrigitI, nua. 

Catesbj, of 



Henr. 2. Dorothj, 



Par WH. SEGAR, Outer 
PiinciptU King of Armea. 



SILVESTER BEDELL. 




W: 




^ 


»'^ 


^M^ 


\| 


I 


z;^ 



VISITATION OF 

CALTON. 

LS Csllon de LoDdcm. aiuibbeT.^MuifueU Rooa. 



1 BilT« 



. Hunt 



edrU d 



-pManlu, GIU Thomw. Msm, uxut 

Wiin Kisbe de Silvt^ SlppUani 

SUuirotil in com. ler. Barnwell. 

B«Jf«ili». 

Willielm' Cddin. u.-!. 4 umor' a'. 1S13, Nii^aUiu CklloD, 2. O liver-. Mmi*. 

fttiiu « bam. 

NICHOLAS CALTON. 




HUNTlNGDONSniRE A. D. 161j. 

IN 80UTHOO CBUBCHE IN COM. HUNT, 
takan tbe 18 or Au^n. A". D'ni 1613. 




. WillislnuOrace Rwununds 

>UB qaaadam uior WiUidnii Roui, 






HIC JACET D'N-S lOHANES DE CLVPESTON DJ". RECTOR ISTIV9 
ECCL1E, ET CANONICVS DK PENCRRICH CVIV8 ANIME PRO- 
PICIETVR DEV8, AHEN. 



OnW pn> 4U Simimia de Boigh, 
qui olujt die Sandi Thooue Hmi^ 
ra in Ebdo'dB NktintoU* Dili A". 




UpoD the wall 
129S. TlMmiM LoaetofU, milat. 
1828. Roh'f Wietluun, roilei. 
13S&. WUl-s de U Lee, mUeb. 
ISea. Simon Burgh, milai, 
M04. Joh'u Cfaenej, mila. 
145S. Tlioiiiu Rome, umigeri. 

Will'm' ChadeRoB, gen'sm 



KaUiariia, lilia Joh'ii Retell, oxor Will'mi Owderton E[H»[ii 
LmcolTi', lubail per illu uuica filii Johunun uupUm Ric'o 
Bnwke, militi, de com. Ceitris>, el baliuil exita Eliiabethun, 
que bme oq>alla pecnliun M tuendem. 



U Here lielh buried the bo.lj of Edmand Halle; o( Soutboa, geatlemali, and Jane hi* 
vife, obo had lame beln-iil them 10 Hmnwand 3 daughlen, w" Edmend d«iaeuw>l 
the e da; of Aprill. A'. D'ni 1S60, and Jane tu> wih d«MW«d the 2£ dai of Pebniurr, 
A*. D'ui 1989. 



HUHTINGDONSHIBE A. D. 1013. 



H, S. Id ChM'ton. Rogenu de Ouitlliipo Unet qiuutam pHtcm militk, et WU- 
llatm' de CSMMerton tontam ds bodo Nigdli de Looetofte. 

A*. 28 H. S. RobemB de Beaaill unus Juimtor' In Iiiquiiio'a'e de PoreMft Dill 
Be^ in oooi. Huntingdon 1210. 

Ex libro Bemwelleni'. lUd'ni de Bejvill tenet feodum uuiu militia de Ep'a Linooln' 
in Denton. 

WlU'mni de Otetoun <satU» lueredia Bobti de BeuuiU tenet B hidu geldab' exl* 
Rigdn^ de Abb*te de Runoej In Walton et debet ■estuu. 

Id Upton de luecede Bioirdi de Berill ..... <^<. 

EMMtrU A". Gl H. S"). No. 19. 1261. Thonui de Bejvill uno* Viriduior' Fontm 
Vjd Begii de Webridge. 

A°. 17 R. 2. Robertas Beiuill et Jofa'nee BelniU. 

A°. 11 H. I. In Capmanford, Sklrayn de BeriU tannit tenw. 

A.'. 89 H. e. WUl*m'a Berill in Conington. 



&MMri>A*. 7 Ed. 4. Jobuuei Berill etAgne^Agnea uxor cjut. 
port morte Winurd'. Dior ^oa. 

I 1 1 ' 

Humfrid' Berill, ob. 1. p. laebelU. JobitnnK, nupU . . . . Wjmarbe.Y 

Jobuinea Wjituirke. Agnw, nupta Johuini WjdaiUde. RioWdoB. 

Quo tempore Ignonm'. ex libn iUllW*;. 
Idonik, uoT .... Well, aaror et basne Riel Beunill. 
Robertna Beuuill t'p'e Hngonia Abbetia Rudmj, A>. DVi 12S4. 
Robtiu Berill de Wdton, 7 Bdw. 3. 

Chatoton, unde D'n'i de Veacj, Willielm' Wadaahefs, et Rogenu de Cuitolove i 
D'nl t'p-e Edw. 2. 

Will'a BeTile de Peterbrongh et Emma uior Bjm A". 8 Edw. i. 

Roblni Berile flnnarina ReotoriK de Weimington da AbbMe de Bnrga Sti Petri. 




44 VISITATION OP 

OgeruB filioB Miohaelis de Walton oonceeut Roberto fieyill tana dat* in TiUa de Wal- 
ton. HiJB testibus, Rob*to de Waasingle, Hen. de Folkesworthe, Joh*e fratre lao, OliTero 
Manse, Waltero de Beyvill, Will*o de Waningle, Henr. de Waaungle, et al^s. Sana dat. 

BerengarioB Le Moyne conceea* Rob*to BevilL 

BobertuB Bevile t'p'e Hngonis Abbatis de Ramesey A°. D*nj 1254, H. 8. 

Thomas Bevill de Walton duxit Johannam Daubemon de Stoke Daubemon in com. 
Surreyse 21 Edw. 1. 

Rad*us Bevill junior, filins Thomse Bevill, charta dat* 21 Edw. 1. pro terris in 
Denton, et hie Radhis fuit de Overton Watervile, ut patet etiam per cartam dat' A*. 
tertio Regis Ed ward! filij Regis Edwardi. 

Johannes Beivill de Chesterton et Agnes uxor ejus pro tenia in Chesterton A®. 48 
Edw. 8, et prime Ri. 2<". 

Thomas filius et hsres Radulphi Bevill de Wode- Walton Ao. 16 Edw. 8. 

Thomas Bevill de Denton, 7 Edw. 8, 20 Edw. 8, pro terris in Denton, Wood- Walton, 
et Siversey, et 47 Edw. 8. 

Thomas Bevill de Woodford. 9 Edw. 8. 

Johannes Bevill de Chesterton. 11 R. 2. 

Johannes Bevill de Denton et Bfargareta uxor ejus ex oharta dat* 6 R. 2. 

Johannes Bevill de Chesterton made a lease to Lamsett A**. 7 H. 4. 

Thomas filius Joh*nis Bevill de Denton pro terris in Chesterton, Denton, Walton, et 
Siversey. A<». 7 Edw. 8»M. 

Johannes Bevill pro terris in Denton, H. 6. 

Joh'es Bevill armiger et Walterus Bevill pro Suersey A<>. 9 H. 6. 

Thomas Bevill de Denton 1422 et 1. t*p*e H. 6. 

John Bevill of Chesterton tooke a copy hould at Aylton 10 H. 6 et A**. 8 H. 6. 

Richard Bevill de Peterborough armiger. 1 H. 6. 

Ricardus Beuill de Walton armiger A^. 82 H. 6. 

Willielm* Bevill de Peterborough et Maigareta uxor ejus pro terris in Chesterton, 
Walton, Conington, Sueisey. Dat' 25 H. 6 et 18 Edw. 4. 




Sigillum Willielm' Bevill. 



Willieknus filius Will'i Bevill de Peterburghe pro terris in Chesterton. 1 R. 8, 6, et 
12 Edw. 4, et 1489 et 18 Edw. 4. 

Thomas Bevill de Stokerson ar. 2 Edw. 4. 

Rob'tus Bevill de Aylton et Elizabetha uxor ejus 19 Edw. 4, et H. 7. 



HUNTINGDON8UIHE A. D. 1613. 



45 



Wnrmu Berill de Chateilon, t'p'a H. 8, et MugueU uxor ejni obijt oirca annu 
IGGS, Q. H*. 

Bobnt Berlll of Qiddiag leteueth to Rob't Benls of Ajlton, 9 H. 8, 1517. 

Thomu Sqnot leneri Rob'to Bsvill in in libris, 11 H. T et 19 Edw. i. 

Tbi* iDdentnn, made the viij d&; of Aagait, A*. 28 H. 8, batwene William Beajle 
gantlemAii, Roger Acton gentillmui, twoo of the couiini uid bejres of John Suggevas 
deoeMsd, Philip Bukerrile, esq. and EUiiabetb bii wife, late wih of Jamee H>j, one other 
of the ootuliu and hejrea of the nid John Soggewaa, and Richard Watbjiu geDtilmaa, 
the king^ «Bmittie of the Itodj and landa of Tbomaa Hakelnjtt, wnae and hejre of John 
Hakelnjtt, eaq. deoeaaed, one other of the cDOiuna and hejra of the uid John Saggewaa, 
on the one partis, and John White on the other par^e, &a. for a meBnage in Qraflon 
in oom. Heref. Datum A°. 21 H. 8. 



IN BUCKWORTH CHURCH IN COM. HUNT. 
30 Angniti, 161S. 




-M» VISITATION OF 

IX ACLKX^IXDBCRY CHL'BCHE, VULGO AUCONBUBY, IN COM. HUXTHreDOX. 

IS Aogam 1613. 

TlM*e in tlie wTndoirM. 




1 Anthoaine, daogbMr to Buho|i Barlowe, and wife M Biihop WioUiain, tnmlmted 
from Liacoln to Winckater, bar twoo brethren af good name and place : she departed 
on die Aicenlian Da;, 1698. 

Of right good biihop sad likewise dwcended, 
Five iilce wh<iao buobandA biahoprilu aaceudcd, 
Horc lieth the ;oung«t, whomo goillj quiet end 
And all good parli elie did highly commend. 



1H'STINGI10N8HIRE A. 1>. 1613. 







Orate 


pro Blab 


Joh'n 


>B Am 


Id Cl 




uxompj 


> «l pro bono statu Roli'l' 


Arnold 


t Aihm uxori. eju., qn 


inlati 




titria 


eru 




Of TO 


jTchuite 


rayfo 


th.« 


Id 


r T1jom>B 


LyndB 


ute 


jomui of tho Cniwne of our 


SoVeigD 


oLordKi 


RH. 


. Alice 


and Joano hif 


wife., 


W» 


Thonl decOHBil the 22 of 


Mareho 


1527. 

















k 



VISITATION OK 

IN DODINGTON CHURCHE IN COM. HUNT. 

20 Augiuti, 1613. 



Will'm' TsjUrd pariter cum conjnge gtats 
Eliabeth ubi nupta diu bac laliut vnu. 
Hon viuue sepent, Hpenre codaupn aodl ; 
Cam Chiulo vinuit, bKC vinit et ille qaiwut. 
Anno roilloumo quiDUngeunio quoq' qoinlo 
priv»nir porpeWa luce fnutiir. 




RUNTINODONSIIIRE A. 11. 1613. 



Walmesfbrd, Sibeston, SibeaUn ct Nuwuin. Abhu deTtiornej tenet omnu man 'ia sua 
qnee nint in huniiredo de XonnancriwH p«r kI. bidsA ^IdabiLefl. In eudom vitliii tenet 
Johuinei dc Orauele tend' quurtx putis uni' militia do Awdo DalaniiE. In eiidem villi* 
Thaobald' de Lek teuct feodum ius putis tmitu militia de foodo Bolunns. 

Cheatreton. Nigellua de Anundeuill tenet feodum uniaa militia de feodo BoloniiD. tn 
eadem Roger' de Contilnpa el Henricua de Waldailu' tcnent feodfi dimid' militia de 
feodo Lovel' : et habent 1 hidoa. Idem Bogonu ct Henricua dehent annm MCtam. 
Walton el Ptettoo. Abbu de Uurgo tenet man'ia in elemoaioa. 

Overton Wstorvitl. Werinus de Vernun tenet feodum dimid' militia simul cum 
Higello de AmandeTile, et aunt ibj 6 hidm geldabilea, et Warin' debet uni noctiuo. 

Overton Longvili. Unnricua de Loagvill tenet feodu uni' militia de feodo Lovet, et tenet 
S bidaa geldabilea. 

BotUlbrigg. Rcginaldua de Hudd cuatoa tucredla W^'de Gurgcs tonet dmu part«) fttodi 
uni' mililii de D'ao r^o, et aunt itii quiDq' liidx non (jetdabiles. 

WodealoD. Ahb« de Thorneja tenet man'ia in lib'a elemo^na, aed Eudo de eadem et 
puticipea aui dcbent unani aeolam. 

Stilton. AJioia de Amandevile tenet teodit vniua militia extra la. partem, et debet uoam 
Metun, et teuet trea bidaa geldabilea. 

Thonua de Stilton et putioipea >ui lenent feodiL uni' militia de Epiacopo Lincolnienai. 

8tangn)und, Far«sbeade, lakelejf, Uaddati. Abbaa de Thume; tenet dictum mui'iii in 
liben ctenuHna in Staaground. Tlinratan' et Hugo Gcmoine dcbent unam aectam in 
eadem villa. laolea et aorarea auic debent unam aectam. 

Horboume. Abbas de Croiland tenet, et debet unam acftam et warpenea ct de B.uiilio 
Vic' »j'. qr. 

Polkawortb. Hcnricui de Folkeaworth tenet feodum duor' mililum de feodo Bulebcck, 
Ct debet aBctam, et tuni ibidem iiij" hidai geldabilea. 

Waaunglo. Waltenis de Waaaingle et Willm' de Pire tenent feoilum uniua militia de 
Undo Lonetot, et aunt ibi iijj'''' hidu geldabilea, ot debcnt unam aectam. 

Aliogton. Abbaide Riunea' tenent a bidaa temc geldabilea de D'no Rogc. Job'ea d-: 
Arlington, Rad'ua filiua Will'! et Aleiand' fll' debenl unam aectam. 

CaldecDle. Ricardna de Landoali tenet Calcole pro 3"* parte uni' militia do laabella 
de Broa, et est de lionare de Hunttngd'. 

Denton. Radulphui de BejiviU tenet teudom uni' militia de Ep'a Unouin aimnl eum 
Wado, et aunt qustaor hidni non geldabilea. 

Saatre. Rob'tua do Beaumea tenet feodii unina militia de Lovetot, et debet unun 



lil'm' de Vernon tenet feodum 
I in Lodlnglon v^. hidir i^ldabilea. 

CABiD. aoc. 



1 in Saotrey di 






50 



VISITATION OF 



Conington. Isabella de Bma tenet man'iu de Rege Sootiie, et est de honore Hunt. 
Walton. Will*m* le Oretone, cnstoe hnredis Robert! de Beauuill, tenet 5 hidasgelda- 
biles extra Higeney de Abbate Ramesey et debet una sectam. 

Glatton. Baldewinus de Ruperijs tenet feodum quinq* militum de feodo BononiSy et 
debet pontagiu. 

Gesterton de honore de Waldeshief .... 

Overton Watervill de Rob'to de WatervUl 

Overton Longvill de Joh*e de Longvill 

Stilton de Alicia de Amundevill .... 

Stanground, Fareshead^ Jaklee, Haddon, de Abbate de Thomey 

Folkesworth de Henr. de Fulkesworth 

( Will'mo Revell .... 

^~»^8'^ ^M Walteit) de Wassingle 
Saatte de ten' teme Will'i de Temon 
( WUl'o de Oretoii | 
( Bobto de Beyrill J - • • • 



Walton de 



xj'. 

XX'. 






Memorandu q*d Abbas de Thomeya dat per annii pro hundr^o 

sno de visu franc* plegij 
Idem de aoxilio vie' ad duos terminos anni 
Idem de jure hundr* .... 
Prior de Hunt, pro firma de Hereford per annu 
Abbas de Rames* pro Ripton Regis per annu 
De hundr* de Toulesland de auxilio Viceoomitis 
De hundr* de Leightonstone de eodem 
De hundr* de Normancroase de eodem 



iiy». 
xij". 



xxK 

xl«. uj«>. 



x». xiij». iUj*«. 
xliiij*. 
xl«. iij^ 
xl". iij*. 



FINIS. 



HUNTINGDONSHIEE A. D. 1613, 



IN STOtJQHTON CHURCHE 

20 of AuijuBt iei3. 



TUVX7 




ia JMM Robertui StoDliun 

dio 

'. OW UMi quor' 



ISanukck inilitis ob^l '. 
lui propiciotuT Deua. Amen. 



UUNTINGDONaUlUE A. D. 1613. 



IN S' WILLIAM DYER'S HALL AT STOUQUTON MAGNA 
20 Augurti 1S13. 




mf 




IN HOLME CHUROHE THIS WRITTEN IN THE EAST WINDOWE 
Angnat ISIS. 
Oljaat Clwily pmj tor 8' Vmyj Philip and mj Udj hia wife, and for kll the bcnebo- 
ton of thb wjDdowe. 




VISITATION or 



IB Andle; do Holon ii 






IT 



Niaokl 
ColquBtt 



Maria, ui RubeHoa Audley i& 

Fitz-GiiKu; de GraiuidBn Magna in 

WUitmonneeJ, com. Hunlingilon, 

in com. BcdT. anniger, jam auper- 



^'-alherina, fllin Tbomaa Aadio; do 

Will'mi Plom- Hoton Conquot 

mer de Had- in com. Bedf. 

wellin comlBil. Will's Audley. 

Hartf. Gcorgi' Audlej. 



u» Marburje de oomilal. 
I Bedf. 



WillW, 2. 



ROBT- ACDLEY. 



ok^oli 

mt. I par 

Doi 



Alicia.BUaWtll'iCooktfyJoliaDDeaCrespin do Weeks i 
de CIUliDgh& in com. I parucliiom de OiUingliam in c 
Don', Don'. 



Umila, Ktitii 10 anaor' tempa» 



im. Qi 

lapin do Hilton idt^I 
gduniu, jsm aupei^ | Ai 




JOHN CRE8BYN. 



T18TTA.TI0N OF 



Tho. BottoD de 0{brd=p&liBlwthB, 
OloDsj in com. Hunt- fllu Tbonue 
tug. gco'oou, jun n- Hoore de 
panta IfllS. oom. Olaac. 



Joh*iies Bolton 
dniit Eliu- 
betbl, a. Rio'i 
Omiing, dntp'. 

T 



WUI'm' Bolton^Agnca. flIU 
Bl-imii Jo. Willi RtX- 

Roper de B«nco (brd ds oom- 



HargueO. DorMheft, 1 eiU, Ti. Eliu- Thomu Botbm, 
8. Rta'i Fan da Start- betlu, filiuet htera, >t 

RoganUiS. Iowa in wmiut. S fllu. SO winor' at am- 
WUIH,S. Hunt. pliui fp'e hi^iu 

Vailatioaa. 



Sam, 3. Mutlu, vi. 

Huii, 4, PnniWl 

Catk- Bohj de St. 

riPK, C. Naot's, cl'ici. 



THO, BOLTON. 




HUNTINGDOHBHIRE A. D. 1613. 



Jalunn« FoMar de ETelitli in 



a. Salop.^Iube1U, filia . 



. Kjrffln de Albertinett. 



Ridurdui FoiMei^Hargareta, f. Wm. Selmui d< 
de Evelith. Morton in com. St&ff. 

AntW Mrabael. ^tiU-m- Thliniu S 



Oeofgiiu FonUr da ETelith=^Bliiat»th>, Al. Riotfdi Oncit. 
In com. Salop. Horaton de Houghton in FnuciM 

oomitM' SalopiK. 



1. Salopiee. I ley, militia 



Richudu^ 


pElixkb. 


Thomu H 


pfttarg.. 


DorotllM,Txor.... Hue- 


Joh-« 




Bli> 


Fonter de 




Oourt de Tarn worth. 




deBTe- 


Tho. 


Soulhoin 






Rob'i 


lith, ai. et 


RowlB, 


oom.Huiit. 


PeeM.re- 


hall de B«ntlull in com. 


AUd' 


bant. 






licta .... 


SJop. 


6AU 






p«nM 


LeiTnade 












Soulhoo. 


rtathi Uorenttj. 
















J«u. Waltenu Fonter, flliuiethares.^.,., SUa,... Scrimiher de cc 






Per me THOHAH PORSTER. 



These Anna thui qnsr- 
tred mie in the TiubUioD 
of Shropshire lor Richard 
Fonter of Euelith, the elder 
brother of tfaii ThomM Pan- 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



57 



TURBERVILE. 



Tarbemle 




Robertas Turbervile, miles, D'ns maner^ de Creig- 
howell in com. BreeoniiB. 

~T~« • • • 



Adam Tarberviie. 
^~» • • • 

I ' 

Cecill Tarberviie. 

"^"» • • • 

' T 

Isaack, al s Siack Tarberviie. 

"^« • • • 

I ' 

GKulliam Tarberviie. 

^^^m • • • 

I 

Jeaan Tarberviie. 



Jetian Tarb'vile. 
^^. ... 

I ' 

Meredith Tarberviie.^. . . . 

I ' 

Johannes Tarberviie.^. . . . 
I 



Rkshardus Tarberviie prope Creig-^Alicia, filia Ricardi Mandy de Hanbame in com. 



howell. 



J 



Soath't. 



WiUielm* Tarberviie de Graffham in oomitat. Hantingdon,^Eleonora, filia Tho. Lewys 



jam saperstes 1618. 



r 



de Brecon. 



WiUielmos, Alias et luBres, »t. 11 annor' Joh*nes, 2. Thomas, 4. 
et amplias, t'p'e hajus Visitationis. Rio'as, 8. Anna. 



EUzabetha. 
Frmnoisca. 



W. TURBERVILL. 



CAMD. see. 



VISITATION Of 



JohannesBolilwjndavillaSoulh- 
amplon duiit in 2''™ uiorem 
Mnrgiuelsm relictiun Job'ia 
Grigge, per q'm nnllu [ 




=Agnes, kliu Aq(i>, 
uxor pritua, fllia 
Joh'nis Owlfrej 
de 3aiith*nipton. 



■Agk- Chrutiuaa, nupU Ba- 



lik Alicia, napM PeUa 
Woatbrook de OUD. 
South 't. 
Apia, va. W-. 
WiHliiiill, rcnupta 
.... CuddmU. 
Robertas Boldw;;!), 
obijtia HiipBnia, Lp. 



Thomu Bald 
ton Magna i 
jam BUpemtfi 



fyndB3(uugh-^udilha, f. Tho- nenric' e( Jo- Jwu. 
ms Bawea da banna, ■■ p. Joh'». 
villa Bedfordis;. Fmciic'. Oliv' 

Eliubeth. 




i 



HUNTIKGDONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



59 



OROPLEY. 




ThoxDAB Cropley de Elye in oom.^. . . . 
CantabrigUB. 



r 



T 



Quilielmufl Cropley de Ely, filiii^=T=. . • • 
ThomsB. I 

I ' 

Thomas Cropley de Canta-^Anna, filia • • • • 



brigia. 



Hodflon de Can- 
tabrigia. 



^ I TT-T 1 n r-n 

Anna, uz. Debora. Thomas Cropley de^Catarina, f. Tho- Lucas Crop- Margareta. 



Geo. Qayer Hester. Offord Cluney, jam 
de Norff. Alicia. snperstes 1618. 



HUB Catesby de ley, 2. Sara. 

Hardmead in Jonathan, 8 Mabilia. 
com. Buck. filius. 



Catherina, ntatis dimid* anni et amplius tempore hujus Visitationis. 

THOMAS CROPLEY. 



Anna gentilitiaThomiB Cropley Artium 
Magistri in Aocademia Cantabrigiensi, filij 
Guilielmi Cropley filij Thoms Cropley de 
Elye, Qun quidem arma ego Guilielmus 
Gamden, Clarenceux Rex armor^,pnBd*c*o 
ThonuB Cropley et liberis suis ut habeant, 
gerant, et ntantur autboritate mlhi sub 
magno Anglis sigillo delata, ratifico et 
oonflrmo. 




VISITATION OF 




ID Biironam de Scoccario^ 



Thomic Walton d 



Jobuinea Lnkc^Anna, HI. 
do Woodend ol lurr" 
In com. Bcdt. .... 
Hliut el luim. 



Brigida, f. ^Wallanii^pAnna, 
ec iisr' Tlioma Ptajt I Lukp de I Hlia 

rio Hilcliiii, Ctodwiok Roliti 
Hemyng ui. 2, relietn in mm. Bulk- 
do Arlncii W-, H'»l Ikdf. Ury. 

!Wd, 4- I 




HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



61 



I 
Bfarim, nz. 

Jo. Ma- 

thewe de 
Braddene 
in com. 
North*mpt. 



a 

+ 



Nioo- = 

lam 

Luke, 

fill' efc 

lueres, 

obijt 

July 

1613. 



>Mai]ga- 
reta, fil. 
Oliveri 
Domini 
St. John. 



Johannes 
Luke, 
miles, 2 
fiUus, de 
Anables 
in com. 
Hertf. 



Olive- 

rus 

Luke, 

Ifil. 

ob. 

s. p. 



b 



1 1 

Elizabe-sFNioho- =i=£Uzabe- Ed- 



OliTems • 
Luke de 
Woodend 
in oomit' 
Bed! 
milesjam 
supentes 
1618. 



:EUzabe- 

tha, fll. 

Valen- 

tini 

Knigfat- 

ley, 

militis. 



CSatarina, 
filia. 

Anna, 
nupta 
MUoni 
Fleet- 
woode, 
militi. 



n 

Juditha, 
YX. Jo. 
Cooke 
de. 

Thomas 
Luke, 
2 Alius. 



IT 
Anna. 

OUva. 



tha, f. 


laus 


tha, filia ward, 


ThomiB 


Luke 


Simonis 8 


Cromp- 


de Pax- 


Escu- filiuB. 


ton de 


ton 


damor 


Ck>nd in 


Parva 


de 


oom. 


in oom. 


Finch* 


Salop. 


Hunt. 


ley. 



Samuel, 1 filius. 



T 



Tn 



I I I I r 
Scudamor Luke. 

OUu'. 

Nich'. 

Anna, ux. Edw. Ck>llyns de 

Londop. 
Elizabetba, ux. Will'mi Fran- 

oeys de Abbotesley. 
Maria, ux. Edw. Barnard de 

Bamett. 



2fiUus. 



1 



Nicolaus, 8 filius. 



NICOLAS LUKE. 



Paulus Luke.=pElizabetha, filia Joh^is Stocker de Eaton. 



Johannes Luke=^Elizabetha, fil. Walterus, Nicolaus LukehnpOliva, fil. JohHs Clax 



de Haidwiok | Jo. Leeds de 
in oomit. Hunt. I Graff ham in 
I oom. Hunt. 



8fiUus. 



de Abbotesley 
in oomitat. 
Hunt. 



X 



I I I I I I I » I 

Anna,! filia. 1. Paulus Luke, Thom* 8. 

£lixabetha, filius et hseres, Nich' 4. 



ton de Kirton in oom. 
Nott. 



T 



2filia. 



ntatis 28 annor' Oliv' 5. 

1618. Geoigi' 6. 

2. Joh^es Luke, Edw. 7. 

2 filius, duxit Maria, 8. 

». .. filiam .... Jana, 4. 
Rede de Redbome 
in com. Hertf. 

T 



1 I ' I ■ I I I ' I I I I I I 

Paulus Luke, 2 filius. 

Nich' 8. 

Johannes Luke, filius 

et luBres, set. 14 an- 

nor* 1618. 
Wai'm' 4. 
Oliv' 6. 
Rodney', 6. 
Maria. 



1 

Johannes Luke. 



I I I I I 'I 
Alicia. 

Anna. 

Brigida. 

Juditha. 

Elizab. 

Jacob' 7. 



JOHN LUKE. 



NICOLAS LUKK. 



VISITATION OF 



Thorns* Pflryifn 
do Hichin in 


=....Ag- 
nea, Wis 


com. Hert- 




fordiat, el 


ttawlins. 


D'n'. da Ed- 




worth Id oom. 




Bodfordite. 





PARIS. 

jDhanncn Mi 




MidlMoo do Newi 



Fmncisoa, nupta Ed». 

Legge do Norft. 
Lnoi., 01 Coker, 

renupU .... Dookwny. 



Rulicrtn 
Patys de 



. Philippua Paris, tiliui i 



ipori P«T Psria de=FJocoga, 

■lowe Stowa in com. ) ler de 

Hunt. 1613. oom. & 



Glia Tbo. Taj- 
Grjmaburj in 
Bedf. 



EdmabduB Paryn. 1 Maria. 
Arnoldiu. RUui, slatia 7 annor'. Brigida. 
PH. PARIS. 




anemKttf^ia 




n I ' 1 uii . n nil, t Ed9!»ri'^tfgm 
Knti'b Al^ ck ZVi^lair; b Jtk'am Bar- it PaatftoKlw 

IClt. ' ! OK. BbU. Jidi'sa Sk^gn. 



rv w HEJCKICT' SKElBOa. 




HUNTINODONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 65 



BEST. 



Thomas Bestde St. Neot's in oomitat.^Ellzabetha, filia JohMs Andrewes de St. 

Neott's. 



Huntingdon. I 
I 



ICargeria, filia •• ..=Johanne8 Best de Eynesbury in com. Hnnt.=T=Franci8ca, filia Ste- 
Lake de London, nz. jam supentes 1618, duxit in 3*^*" uxorem ••••-" - '^ 
prima. Rosam, filiam Ck>lbeck de comit* Bodf. 



I rr 



ph'i Bull de Eync 
bury, uxor 2***. 



1 



St^hanus Best, filius et luBres, set. 19 annor' Francisca, 1.* Frideswida, S. 

a®. 1618. Sara, 2. 

JOHN BEST. 



♦ NupU Tho. Walker. MS, Coll. Armor. 



CAMD. 80C. 



VISITATION OF 



JAWDRELL. 



I ' 

ThiHiiu JawdnlL^. , 



okhu^Vnnl 
I. I Wilbi 



GnUielmoi Jawdrell da=j^AlicLk, H. Oweni Aoaa, uxor Lace Hiwkyiu de loiola Ely. 

Vtrj in punchu de Briggn ds Hugireta, uor .. .. aTOome de MsrafaUad. 

StoDghlini in coin. Pnj. Jmuid*, ux. Will'i Biggde H'lbUnd. 
HnnL 1613. 



Mwg'u. AgD«. 
WILLYAM JBTHBRELL. 




HL'JfTISODOSSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



LEETE, 



» «w4' MM « «if4iM A*. IKmi KU. 
JOHV LBETE. 



hi— I 111 IlBMI^ilm rimiiii H I iitrii. I i mITm Bmcm m dadia^ kc ■sb'to 4c 

lw*4ftt CM, 4c;. Utp nalUB. Krwb'tu 4c IMMLdmlw, WjU'4BlM,lLiil>'»fil» 
liinriii. H. Itanl-. tymt 4c A«lc mmmOIo. fcc. 

Sont p'atB a ftnnn if'tL £«v Juti's liiMp 4t Hccbui mikM dadi, itc « ommm 
WiU'ii ^Biib dc bcwn ta lOtp n>u'B mw dt Ui«Uu, ChMUan, llalnMiiii, KTwdialj, 
M uicrtiiM^' UMi'v 4c Minhni in uutu, LibHiutii', w otiiai BHw'ili dv T 



BHi'iG de W'TiiIald at Munvu u. um, IMKi.. wuul muc uilg B«na ri ■>■' • 
p'd'c'b nui'^ itiii rtw itH^ It. •iU> [r'd'r'k. IW ■', 1(> B. i. 




68 T18ITATI0K OF 

Haao indaitnn MatMnr q'd no* D'n'g Joh'ea ie Bdoi de Hamhk, imgiWiir Thomai da 
La WaiT ouiaDia' eool'ia be* ISmxim Linoolii, fto. oenCMrim' JohMml Boai^ ohinlar 
iiiui'i& n'm de Hogfaun, Thiitleton, Bddeiton, ETDjerdbj, Demblebj, M a 
mu'tj de Menbm, ftc. DU> apnd Hoghun t.'. IS Rl. 2^. 




An indentDre the 2. ud 3. jmre of PbiUp kud Hw?, betweang S' lAwrenoe Tkjlud of 
DodingtOD in J* couDtj of Huntington, knight, and John Lawnton of LeweMon, on the 
oouDt; of Dona*, eeq. tlut the hejna of the ujd S^ LaarenM, w^^in 3 monetlu aftei ttw 
deceue ol j* mid9' L*nrenee and ladj Maigaiet bii vtU, if Qelfre; Tajlard hit nnne 
and hejrre ihali ao long liie, ifaall make to Rob't Keilevaj, W'. Pauntlsroj, TbomH 
Cotton, and Oilea Tajlard, a BuiBcieDt ealMe of all hia landi in Oamlingar in Cambridge- 
•bira, to the oM ot the laid Oefrej and ChriMian bia wife, wnd the hejrea of th^ra IwdjM 
lawful]; begotten, &c. 




UUNTlNODONSHIllE A. D. 1613. 




Hmo aniu ooncea' fuerunt Jacobo Djttr, 
militj, JuMicUria ile CumuDi Bauca, p«r Uil- 
bertum DMhick, Outer, ft Rob'lum tMkt, 
I, ittfftn Armor'. 



70 



VISITATION OF 



r 



Johannes Deyer.^Agnes uxor fgns. 



Riohardus Deyer, prim* filius.^ 



1 



Johannes Deyer, 2^' filios.^. . . . 



I 1 ' 

Richardus Deyer .^, . • • fiUa .... Walton de com. Soms's. Alexander Deyer .^. . . . 

I I I I I I " 

=rJo- =T=AU. 



Jacobus 


Agnes, 1 fil. 


• . . . 


Deyer, 


ux 


uxor 


miles, 


Rowswell, 


2d« 


capitalis 


ar. 


filia 


Justiciari' 


Dorothea, 


. • • • 


de comu- 


nupta Si- 


Erne 


ni Ban- 


mon! Far- 


ley. 


00, ob. 


well, 2. 




». p.; 


Elizabetha, 




uxor, 


ux. Will'. 




.... filia 


mi Han- 




.... Ba- 


nam, ar. 3 




rowe, re- 


filia. 




lioto Tho- 


Alicia, 4 filia. 




rns 


uxor Wm. 




Eliott, 


Radish. 




mUitis. 







han- 

nes 

Deyer, 

ar. 

filius 

et 

hser. 



I 1 

Domina ^rhomaS=FFian- Anka- 



cu, 
filia 

• • • • 
Ivye, 
uxor 
1. 



Poninges, 
vx. 2. 



Deyer, 
miles. 



a 



cisca, 
▼xor nupta 
prima. Joh'i 
Ewens. 



Bawardus Deyer. miles, Can- Matildis, ^AndreaB=. . . . 



oellarius Oixlinii Qarterij, filia.... 
obljt s. p. Ludlowe. 

Alexander Deyer, 2 filius, 
duxit flliam Jaques de Ghra- 
nado, militis. ^ 



Edwardus Deyer. 




Andreas Deyer. 



Johanna, ux. Bfanrity 

Rodney, ar. 
Biaigareta, nupta JohH 

Deyer de Roundhill. 

(See ^ next page.) 
Franoisca, nupta Johanni 
Stawell, militi. 



Thomas Deyer. 



IIUNTf?i(!I>f)NSHIRK A, D. 1613. 



Jana, 0«rgi' Dejor 


Willm 


. Lauren- ^ 


RJi> duxit fills... 




tiuB 






Deyor, 


Checka. =r 










hn-re« 


Willm- Dcyer 




Johanais 
Dejer. 



TT 

Rioarilus ^Marta, Margiireu, 
Dejer,' fil. nupUNicho- 

mil«, can- Will'i lao Smyth, 

■anguine' Fill- FranciMa, 
othitrMJa- I Wil- napU Hen- 

cobi Deyer, I lianu, rico Hud- 
militia. I militiik ningea.armi- 



RicarU', Jolia- ^ 
Thouw, Di-yer. 



= niia Jans, ui. Sleph'j 

Oeni I>»J0r, renupla 

(Iwjn, Humfr'uSydtibham. 



primogeniEus Stoughton Magna 
Alius, ob. in in com. Hunt, m' 
vilapatria ifiti9. jam suponttca, 



Deyer de=j:C«t«rina, filia 




Dojley dr 

Oion, 



Doyleui, 3 filii 
WM. DEVER. 





VIBITATIOM OP 



WHITBROOKE. 



Rogenu Whitbmoke da ck 



Whitbrooke ds Worfeild in oomit. Salop.?. ... fliia M ham . . . . 
Hugo Whitbrooke de Biidgemoiff.^Mujiareta, BMa .... Edwmrdea h 



1. HuDk^oluDnk, flIia 8 



Elinbclli, 1 flli^ Tbomu Whitbrook, Sliiu et Simon. FnnciK'. CWuiiu. 

Joli»iim,2.* luerei, ntatklOuinor' tem- Edmrd'.f Robt'.t Hiigu«t>.{ 

pore Vintotiani*. 

JO. WHYTBROOKE. 




t Simon 2. Edwud 3. IHd. 
f Ciluink 2. kUrgireU «. /bid. 



HUNTINODONBHIBB A. D. 1613. 



IN THB CHUECH OF WALTON IN OOH. HUNTINGDON, 
taken the 27 dm; of Aagaat 1S13. 



indowe of j" chuicell. 




.0 © 

Ho o 
\o o o, 
\o o/ 

VQ/ 




VISITATION OP 



NoTonnt univetsi per pncMinlci nos BicirdiJ NpvjlU camiUm Wsrrewici et Samin, 
Domiau do Berguveajr, laognii camGnriu Angliie, capilSDoil vilbe ct cutri CaleaiiD itc 
marcliisi' ihidom Locamtenentem, remuine, Telaiagae, &c. quictum clainuw Johumi 
Ottyr, omnimodu acouea realci ot penoniile*. Sic. quu> leniu eundcm Jah'em aDqTum 
lubuim'i &c. Id cnjus ni Uutlmoniu prcBentibun sigiUum n'r'ra fectmut appooi. DM' 
prima Febrnar^ b° regni Regie Edwiirdi quorti poM Conquisluin qnuto. 
R. Wakukwtk. 




HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613, 



£X CHARTI3 ET EVIDENTUS BOB'TI OOTON DE CONINGTON, MILITIS 
ET BARONETTI. 




uile de Reriibj. j 

Radnlfiu, 1 I^ddub da 
flUat Wal. FoUileJuD. 
teri de Pol- Blim. 



Roduiriu filiiu Walteri do Follevllln, hflsnw bdub, o'ib) 
bominibm Francis el Aoglio, &e, wlt'ia. Noy'it nnii^ta* 
v'm me conflnuuiie danatiuneo) patris mei Wallori de 
FolorilU q" fwit Thonuc da Foloillik sua fltio bhbdsu et 
petitione mra pro ma carucata term in Rtinnbj, &o. 
Hija [etiil,iui. Aleiandro de Ciaiei, Will'o de PollemlUi, 
Hug' do Monill, tteginsldu de Rudeclue, Rob'to fieuerona. 



Johannes de Falerite miln dedit Joh'i filio nia gen'alo 
do Alicia Lejko totam tenam niam de Parva Aiebj' id 
com. LeicHlriK, cnm natlvie ec iiequelii, &a. Et li pra>- 
d'o'ui Joli'neB obierit slni: iisredo tuna raman' Kaduljiho 
kltero ftlio Joh'ii et Alicin. Hija teatibna, D'nii Will'o lo 
WalBfi, Henr' de NoliD^iam, Gilberto de Ho»b;, Job's 



la Fueonw militibiu, Rog'o do Somerrile, lUdalpba Cimerario, Godfr'o 



Ego HargCTii quoadam ixor D'ni Rob'ti do Foleaille de Reriaby, dedi, &c RadulTo 
Alio moo pro nervii'io luo uniun lirgatam teme cum pcrtiii' in villa do parva B^Mobj. 
Hija totiboi, Radulfo de Tailc, Kicardo de Euoby, Nicli'o fratre ejiu, D'dd lUd'a 
BoarU milite, Henr' de Nalinghain, W°. de Trumpeton, Gilb'to de Olebj, WlH'o do 
SftUowe, Juh'e erieo ot alyi. 

Richardtu Bliua Rogcrl de Eawbj, remiut, &e. D'no Rob'^ de Folonile, ettugredlbui 
•di(, Ifllum urvicii Emaldl de Codisbccb', uilt una capoDem per annani pro uno tofto In 
Tilla de Euebj. H^Ji Iwllbas, WiU'ina BoHetb, Nicolao de Mombam, fliepli'l DaDUota, 
WiU'o Diipamaliire, Regiualdo Maracalio, el malliB aliJB. 



1 potflfltale 



ft viduilato dodi, &o. 



Ego D'na Hargeria do Foleuile in 
lUd'o Alio mm pro nondeio >uo una virfptam term) in parva Enebj, oum torUa, pratli, 
paMurii, Ac. quam Martiaiu flliiu Heroward tenuil in eadem villu, &c. H^> tntlbiu, 
I>^K> Rad'o Baaoll de Sapooto, D'no Thoma de Eatlcja, D'no Radalpbo CamFrarlo, 
D'BO WlU'ino BurdcUi, Nioholao Mamabam, Itenr' de Notingham, Hugono de NeTilo, 
Jaoobo ds EMtb}, OUbeito de Alebj, Job'c de Sjwoldebjr, k allja. 



76 



VISITATION OF 



RIc'ui eiloB Gt hsrea WlUIelmi tlawerey de Rcrisby, dedl, &c. {Udnlfo ds Falerile 
lllio D'ni JohuiDis de Folcuile de Rerisbj tdC mewnagia cnm nta bonnU teme, &0. 
Iliji testibus, Job'o le Fanoon', Will'o le WaIe;B de Onlef milit', Hogoro de Sam'iile de 
Coiiatoii, Hear' de Notiagli<m de Tburcouton, Job'ne de Wilen de Brokeabj, Rad'a le 
Cbamb'le^e de Reruby, Roli'to ChaumberliTa de ead', Rad'o do Nevile de e>d', Radul- 
pho Seut' de esd', WiU'o Schup de «ad', et Rfginaldo clerico de Gsddeib; et olija. 




D'd's KobertDi do Fuluile de Reriibj, mt]es.=^Margeri>, uxor ejus 

Jobutinn de Poluile, tuites, de=pAlicu Leyku, Rsdulhu Foluilo, 
RerUbf et de Aiebj, sive As- uxor ejus. fllius Bob'ti et Mw 
chebj, in com. LeiootriiE. ^riie. 



JahsDoea de Folalle, flUiu Rad'iu Foluile de Rerisbj, qui dedit 
Joh'i* geo'U' de Alicia ■nnulute ISi.reddit' B*d'o«iuiu:illa 
Leyke. _ TOO. 

r T 

Mstilda, siTB Mabilia, Blia e( hsrea Jab'ie § Vide in m; boake 

Fuluile de Adibj, Hlij OaJIridi Poluilo de of Leicestenbier Id 

Aibby Folvile in nun. Leic. nupU futt Woodford'i deaoant. 
Joh'i Woodford.S t,'. 3 K, 3. 



^0 Raduirua de Foleuiti Bliua Domini J ob'ia de Foteuilldelteriibj, dedi, &o. Johumi 
de Folenil fntil meo tod ine«uB|^a in viilK de parvn Axchebjr, &d. Bija tstibiu, 
Radnlfo alerico, Job'ne filio lubelln de Siwoldebj, Tboma filia Nichola) de Anbebj. 
Willielmo de Cote* et aijjs. 



8«iant, &d. q'd Ego Bago de ^e1>'ill dedi. &c, Rob'to de Polewill et hi 
vnnm ictlionem in Bnnwroft, Bcilioet aelionera illiun quern Rogenu Cooteyn tenult, A^m 
Hija tettibui, Rogero aeneKatlo, Nich'o du MiLrnhun, Petro de S^nve, LaBrantia de 
Rerlsby. Rob'to de Mnrnbam, Alfredo de Reriabj, et alija. 

Ego Radnlfoi de Foleuille de Rerisbj Slioi D'ni Jobannia du Foleuiie, dedi, fto. 
Kaduifo de Foleuile, auuueulo moo, filio D'ni Rob'ti do FoUUe, sd tol&m itElam ipiitu 
Radolpbi 18'. annui ndditua, kc. Hija tcttibua, Rad'o le Cbaumb'lcjn, Rob'to Intra 
eJDB, QodA^do de Nonilc, Rad'o Inlre ejui, Oonr' de Notingbam. Rad'o de Siwoldebf, 
Wulteni dr Gruniestun. et uliji. 



HUNTINODONSHIKB A. D. 1613. 



77 



Ego Adam filini Penonn de parva Eveby dedi &o. Joh'i de Foleoile de Rerisby ynQ 
memiagiil, &o. in parva Eneby. Dat' apud Easeby, 8 Edw. 8. 

Ego Rob'tm Broun de parva Anheby, conoeflsi, &c. Joh'i le Folnile de Rerisby et 
hasredibni nib totnm itatfi mefi quern habui in omnibus tenia, &c. in parva Aaheby ex 
dimivione Joh*is Danuen, &o. Dat. a^. 27 Edw. 8. 

Ego Ifatheos de Foluill, miles, dedi, &c. Ric'o de Sprotbourg et Will'o de la Marohe 
▼nnm mea' at iinam viigatam tenw cS pertin* in Rerisby, &c. Dat' apud Reresby a<^. 
27 Edw. 8. 



Brooikesby. 



l^fuS 



Pateat Vniveirus, &c. me Joh'em Chaumburleyne de Rerisby, flliil 
et hnredem RadM Chaumberleyne, remislBse, relazaase et onmino pro 
me et hsBredib) meis, &c. Joh'i de Brokesby de Sywaldeby, tot& 
jus et clameii qus h*eo in manMo de Rerisby cum pertin', ao in advo- 
cacoe eodis ejusdem VillsB. Quod quidem man^ii quonda fuit 
Mathis Foleuile mllitis, &c. Hijs testibns, Rob'to Foluile persona 
eocl*i» de Saxilby, Joh'e de Linton de Grimeston, ThomsB de Rade- 
oliff et alijs. Datum apud Warkenaby, a<*. 51 Edw. 8. 



BEAUMES. 

D'n's Robertus de Beaumes tenet capitale manerium de Beumes in villa de Salt'ia de 
D'no comite Glovemio}, et est de feodo de Lovetot, q'd solebat teneri de Nigello de 
Amonndewile, et Nigellus de Amondewile de D'no R^e in capite, &o. 

Job*nes Gydding et Agnes de Beumes vxor sua tenent mess* et duas virgatas terras cum 
pertin' per cartam redd* D'no Rob'to de Beaumes, yj*'. vel unS par oaloarior* deaura- 
tor*, &c 



Item, Rob'tus fill' Galfridi de Beumes tenet unam viigatam terrn redd* unam libram 
piperis, &o. 



78 VISITATION OF 



RobertoB de Beaumes qui tenuit in ci^ite maneriu de Sautre de Rio*o de Clare oomite 
aiouoestr' et HertH obijt a«. 47 H. 8. 
Inquin* in fine BundelU, N<^. 84. ^ 



^ 



Rogerufl de BeaamejB, fili et hares, let. 40 annor* a**. 47 H. 8. 

r ^ 

Jacobus de Beaumeys unus co militonS Regis Edwardi primi in gaerra SootisB et ftiit de 

comit' HuntingdonisB. 

n T 

Reginaldus de Beaumeys tenet feodum uni' militis, &c. in Sautre et Pappeworth 

8 Edw. 2 et 11 Edw. 2. 



MOYNE. 

Pateat Vniyenis q'd Ego Thomas de Crimplesham et Roesia Springaut de Vpwood 
dedim*, &c. D*no Will*o le Moyne de Rauele unu messuagiii oil toto orofto a^jaoente 
et prato de Rauele q*d Will^* de Stotfold aliquando tenuit, &c. Hijs testibus, D*no 
Waltero de Wassingele, D'no Rob*to de Beaumis, D*no Joh'e de Longauill, D*no Simone 
de Gopmanford, Thoma de Beynuill, Rob*to de Walton, Joh*e de Claris Yallibns, Joh'e de 
Ravele et aliis. 

Anno rogni Regis Edwardi filij Regis Henrici 25^, &c. inter yen'abilem pVem Joh'em 
de Sautre Dei gra' Abbatem de Ramess* ex parte una, et Willielmii filiu Will* le Moygne 
de Magna Rauele ex altera, &c. super quadam exaotione quam p'd'c\u D'n^ Abbas de 
Ramesey exigebat a p'd^c'o WilPo filio Will'i le Moigne, &c. Hijs testibus, D*no Joh*e 
de Deene milite, Will'o de Wassingele sen*, Joh*e de Cleruaus, D'no Joh'e de Wistowe 
rectore eod'is de Craunfeld, Will*o de Rauele, Ranulpho de Cleruals, Alano d'oo Coquo, 
etalijs. 

D'n^ WillVn' le Moyne tenet man'iu de Salteria le Moyne de Abbate de Bameeey, et 
D'n^ Abbas de D*no Rege in capite. 



HnNIINODOKSHIBE A. D. 1613. 79 



CROMWELL. 




VISITATION OF 





j=Fr»i<'iK 


Cromwell, 


Hlb Jo: 


ftl'. WEl- 


Mjrttyu 


lioma mile.. 


mililiB, ( 


de Hiochin- 




broka in 


LondoD 




Tho. 




Heorlciu 


Eliabellui,= 


j=Oli™ru. 


Crominai, 


fllaiTho. 


mi1«,fllii] 


fitiiui ot 


nmBrom- 


•le Hioo 




iej. mil-, 


in wm. : 


PnociML 


OanGDlUrij 


j™ mp. 




Anglirn. 





roniwoU.^:.... re- Henric uiCrom— p Marg«roU, 

MbatK*, liclaHon- well de Upwood fllin Tbamr, 

Hiaohinbnwko tij Palavi- ia turn. Hunt- I Wjrnde dn 

HuntiDgd*, oini, mill- ingdani»,3flli', Soutli Wot- 

tia, Itsti. jun Bupontei too in com. 

1(113. Norit 



UenriouB Crom — 



.... uKor Pttlari- 
p'd'cl Ucnrici. 



Riehu^ua 



iwell, Hliiu (t bsmt 



a. OBOHWBLL. 



HIXTIXGDONSHIKE .1* K lt>l3. 



JSl 



BROUGIITON. 



I 1 ' 

Tho. Broaghtoa de Bnm^toa in com. Robtmus Baruu^feuo, itfitti^j:«r» 
LABca«Cr% uuhea^ occaoA in pnslio apad Thooue Btvu^Uw ouUtitt. 
Stoke, t p> H. r. 



I 



Madw^5 d« (MM. 



r 



1. 

Bkooghfeoo 

de 

«C ibi ^xii. 



^. ... 3. Edmidal^pC«>o0tauitia, f. !3. M«rvtt» ^. . « , AtU 



I-7"T — 

. filios et hjtras. 



oxor 
CSeorgij James de 
Brmiatoo in com. 
Derb. 



Brooghton 
de Stukeler 
Magna et de 

CK>dman< 
Chester in 
com. Hunt. 
3 filins. 



1. Phi- = 

lippns 

Brongfa- 

ton de 

cmnitata 

Staf- 

fordiB. 



Edw. Row^ede 
Badingh*m in 
com. Sutr. ct 
Christianae, 
uxoro ejus filial 
Stoner, 
soiora Wjdteri 
Stonerde Stoner 
in com. i>xon, 
militia. 



Broughton de 
Setou in comit* 
Rutlandue. 



rr 



l>ttdWy de 
Cha|4un in 
comit* North*!. 



Richardus Broughtou de Selon in 
com. RutUndia^, jam supmnrtea 
1(>13. 

Kliiabetha, \x. lAurent^j Tor- 
kiugtou de Stukelej in com. 
Hunt. 



filia 



2. Maria, filia^Kdmund- =r=l. Jo- 



Al- 



Hufn' Bur- 
dettdeBram- 
cott in com. 
dridge Warr. et Su- 
de sanns, filia? 

com. Tho. EUigle- 
Leio. feild militia, 
de Englefeild 
incom.BeriL. 
TX. 2. 



US Brough- 
ton de 
Qodiuan- 
cheetor 
in com. 
Hunt, jam 
superates 
1613. 



hanna, 
f. Will', 
mi Kem- 
hie de 
Wodhill 
in com. 
Wiltew. 
vx. pri- 
ma. 



1 I T "TTTT 

Wiirnr*. 



nri 



Lauretiu«, 

Thomas, 

Willi'm*, ohierdt ». p. 

IWothea, nu|»t' Koh'to Stihhii^g 

de C^i^ntio, jam de com. BedC 
Johanna, \x. Henr* Croftee de 

Oodmanchester. 
Anna, vx. Rio*i Stephenson de 

C^odmanchester, 
Klii. ob. t. p. 
Christiana, vx \Ai\y de 

com. LincHdn. 



2. Anna filia, aet 
6 annor*. 



Edmundus, filius et hwree, tot. 12 
annor* et amplius, a<^. 1618. 



1 

1. Margareta Alia, let, 

14 aunor*. 



KD. BROUGHTON. 



CAMD. 80C. 



M 



82 



VISITATION OP 



% EX CHARTIS ET EVIDENTUS THOM^ BRUDENELL DE DEEN, MILITI8 

ET BARONETTI. 



Sciant, &o. q*d Ego Petnu Eflscudemore miles, dedi, &c. Waltero Eskndemore nepoti 
meo pro servicio sac totum mBnerium meu de Vptone, &c. et cum tota terra mea de 
Norigge, Tholnestone cum boeco meo de Clerwode et cum boeco meo Norigge quern 
boflcum D'n's QodefriduB Eskudemore pater meus emit de Huberto Hum de Stapleford, 
&c. Hijs testibus, Dominis Rio'o de Combe vie* Wiltess', Ric'o de ColeBhull, Waltero de 
Pauely, Rob*to de Wemon, Joh'e de Kingeston, Ph*o Strugg* militibus, Warino Man- 
duytt, Nich'o de la Mare, Rio'b Dansy, Nich'o Malemeyns, Waltero de p'rco, Rob'to 
Plokenet, Simone Colston et alijs. 




Sciant pontes, &c. q*d Ego Rob*tus Hereman de Northton Esoudemore, dedi, concessiy 
&c. Waltero Escudemore, D'no de Upton, et hieredibj suis totum tenementii meG cum 
tota terra, &c. quam habui de Domino Petro Escudemor*, in villa et campis de Northton 
Escudemor, &c. Hijs testibj, Waltero de Pauely, Warino Maudut, Rob'to de Vemun, 
Reginaldo de S*c*o Martino, Joh'e de Yngham, Joh*e de Kingeston militibj, WaIt*o de 
Parco, Nicolao Malemains, Nich*o de la Mare, Rob to Cole de Doninton, Rob'to Chx;elin% 
Rob^ Swoting et multis al^js. 

A«. 10 Edw. 2. Sciant, &c. q'd Ego Walterus Escudemor', D'n'S de Upton Skyde- 
mor, tradidi, concessi, &c. Will'o Styward fiP Nich'i Styward, Aliciae vxori ejus, et Petro 
Alio eor\ unam placeam teme in Upton Skydemor*, et duasacras terne arabilis cum pertin' 
in Vpton, &c. Hijs testibus, Nich'o Malemains, Joh'e Styward, Joh*e Colston, Joh*e 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A 



Baatard, Rogero Stprard t 
Edwudi. 



. 19 Edw. 3. OmnibuE, 
r militu ulutem. N 
aKOTU Bob'li RbIjioui do TIjdI 
eum curtitagio, 



1 liierB D'oi Petri 



4ic, Waltarui EKudom 

ly'ilb me dedigu, &c. Merioiio de SiUtune sorori Juliann 

Norrift' et TbolnesMn, q'd Jobsn'cg Wilit de me tonoE 
lutitn, &o. Hij> teatibiu. Walterode p'rco. Job's Colitan, Jo. de p'rcu, Edw*. 
Sljward, Vf, Fnunkilin ot al^s multii. Dat' apud Upton Skudeniore a°. IS Edv. 3. 

Pateat vnWua, &c. q'd Ego WaltaniB EicDdamare, D'a'i do Upton, milea dedi, Ac. 
Jobl Wjeth de Uplon, latum illud mesnua^ii, &.a. etcrofla id oampoqni locat' Ganton, 
Sto. Hija leitibui!, Walt'o de Parco, Jub'ne Framikelin, Joh'e Colaton oC allja. Dat' 
apnd Vpton Skudemore a°. 22 Edw. 3. 



n do Crenun^bam ati 



Paieat mWiia me Witl'm Hankej cl'ic'm ordiuaiM, &c. dilectoa mihi Hen 
iOls, Joh'em de Agahefard ot Tboi 
neo aoaioam D'do retro Esc^den 
btnemento cS pertin' in MartcUne iii psrocbm do Bcrkingchirobe to civitato London, 
ke. Dat' apud London 27 Aprilis a". 13 Edw. 3. 



I toua ioeui, tic. Piera d 
>r gnuDto a Kobert Coum 
I OdfngdoD, dein) mon wign'ie 



3kjrdpDiD' chivaler, Seign' de Tpton, &B. Sachet' moi 
e de Frame luu; le) puturea do une pbae q' eat appela 
le Vpton, &c. Donne a Upton 43 Edw. 3. 

■ Eacudamor 



fl R. 2. Ceato endentore fiuot antre damo Job'ne q' fuW la fem' 

jh'l'r, et Kal'ine na flio d'une p't, et Tbomas Rcjnea et Johmi aon titK ch'I'r d'antr* part. 

Femioigne q' la dile dame Jub'ne ad gnute q' Id dit Joba eepoaera EateriDe aa file, &c. 

N le dit Thoniaa ad grsunle a donncr a dit Joban et KateHne, et a le; be}r<?« q' le dit 

f Joen engendra, &c. lea manoira de Clifton & Nowcnlono, &c. Donne a Clifton auantit 

[ dit on Via de rei)(De n're aoign' le Roy Ricliard le Bwundp pnji la Conqatnlo aiamo. 

Scknt. &o. quod Ego Rub'tua de Borard dedi, concessi, &c, Rad'o de Rejnea nepoti 
meo lotD lanemenlO mcum q'd babui in Rualeahale, cQ boroag' et redditibus. He. Hija 
taHbiu, D'na Rogsro d« Tyringbam. D'no Amaiioi de N'odarlja, D'no Rob'to do See* 
mOitibita, W. de Elnaj, Roberto de Hekvniy, Tbo. de Rcynea, Rob'to de lAtbebjrrj' et 
■liJB. Dal- apud Cljfton, 24 Edw. 1. 



I 

1 



Pateat uni1>'^i^ *c. 



icThonu 



. Rejnn D'n'm de Vpton 



VISITATION OF 



omnibn* damia^. mui' 
DM' •pud Teringhun, m 



I. WatMi', Snatli'l', Hstlbtd, «t Boek', As. 




Seiut p'nts, Ac. q'd Ego Job'M Rcrnn milw, dedi, ftc. John BqriuB dnioo, Jah'i 
JuM de OIbct »t Hmit- Hotmll, Inendib} <* ttcigiulia Mk, oto nwn'n, d'ni'* !■»', 
ten' Ac. ID comitU' WilUs', Satb't, M Somls*, &e. Hi> totibai, Job'a OdMtBS, Joh^ 
BiUingdoe, Rogaii Sbenvri^ Rob'to RidiH<l. Bdmdo Dj«n «t >lj>*. Ite' *p«d 
Vpton EKodoBorc 10 Octobn, an*. 9 H. 5. 



InMnlUar in dotn Ckuar' 
CuccUu' Rffcii iotn ■cripl' 
amt Nonnbr' ■*. preset'. 




OmBilnt, Jcc Job*** Tsttc; dc Nocth Crovltr id omd. Bock*. al't'B, Ac Sooc- 
rtlB mf d«di»e, &c. Jofa^ dp Rnnci Diiliii ct Alkir non fjoi M fanvl' ^^tti AlieiK 



UUKTIXGDOimaRB A. D. 1613. 



I> as B>Bd aaAi A* ». if H(U7 7- «, tataoH Jah> am; of ChBbrieRV pK. hJ 
J<kB OBiw rf Kstk Lou* B SmC goA b tkB fauA, ttat in Hw 27. ;<«< rf Ki^ 
Bdw. I. *• mm,- if CSAm Ac wm «nM OM IVnw >■;» wmi JghH b nfei 
Ab «« TWbh hd isM Jite -. JabM tooka to *ifc EMheriM. s^ fe^ hh b; it* 
OkOb, BodB IB JahB^ «ife W tb« lud Job AaMje ; u4 *lUr die dcccHe rf th* mM 
KMhsn^ At mM Joha Brr*a teobt ts vitt J(^>, Md bid ibh I? ks W*lMr 
BtTM* ami Ma MagMM. ^^h irf MwonCB >iie •< Ibe nM JiAb Gili«>. Ac. 
Wbnrfgn k a liaiii t^ Om mU JiAb Grta ud KH^utt bi> vifc, i^ Jtfea 
Ahq 1^ Jahu hk >ife, AafiM ^iDr 4md* Iht bad bcranK tb«a. 

■ga HoBicw SMa» 4* IbiMb dedi, Ac Tbn^ Rcvbm 4c Ojtam, Wm'* Va» 
doAfd, p'iMK anns dt CUfiiA, *t Ui> (uimb aiiManii M(< nm' Lc^', <■■ 
H an' tor' sab* «■ M aCT* |«Mi b Mdnib t« JbUctiarac qv qawdu fas' JiAla 
H^IMdd>LiB«M*tAfioc>w«i*^w. Ac. CM- >Fwl McIrA. ■•. V H. 7. 




nn rtJaxMK, Ae- Tbo. Tm^nk, Ac ttom jo* 
K tMqw « *iUa 4t Monti. U MiMfdnme. Du* 3<i Dbbk^'. ■'. r. r. H. fi. 



IwMiT y'alM, A<'. tji M* fc<«ww PM;«^>BT7t, WUrnn HaMAo nn i. Snh'tiB RnSnTd 
■■mw Jvti'aa Kiu-<Hfli7 ^HrtUwM.. « JiA » Wn^ pmtilhnan. mdidu&ii* M oob- 

tM4> M. wa, Bodf MBiMN. ulK Mt twr" B HwaukaB. ftarndtf. Vumim. ti TtouAiid 
t»'di>9*' Ml ir«uu( •«■ mm;, iy |M« Utii^l ••;» naaBMAt M aitiaiMfc fiUt « baandi 
4'« Jiii''b lafuA) M fclMMialM i.<i)im ■**<■ >w> A-.. Bqi l^Eiloi. Jo. IWr ami- 



86 VISITATION OF 

4 Edw. 4. Tlie x. day of June 1464, Wauter Tayllaid made his will of all lands and 
tenets in Gbmlinghey, &o. Pint, to Mai^garet his vrife, for terme of her life, all her landea 
of her inheritance in the same town, and after her decease to his sonne William ; the 
remainder to John his brother ; the remaynder to Thomas theyre brother ; the remaynder, 
for want of issue of Thomas, to Emme, Katherine, Elizabeth, and Elionor, daughters of 
the said Waut' Taylard ; and for lack of issue of them, the remaynder to my right heyrea 
and of my wife% and to the right heyres of William Chapell, my wife's giandfether, &c. 
Dat' ut sup*. 

Sciant, &o. q'd Ego Edwardus Brampton armiger dedi, &c. JohH Hudleston militi eC 
Johannis vxori ejus, WiU'o Taillard et Elizabeth rxori ejus, et GJeorgio Perepoint, totom 
statum meum de man*io de Staketheme, aFs Statheme, cum p'tin* in com. Leio\ red- 
dendo mihi annuatim lx*. in festo Sancti Martini in Yeme, in ecclMa S*c*i Pauli, Lon- 
don, in quadam capella vocat' Le Rode de Northdore, &c. Dat* 1 Blartij, afi. 1 R. 8. 

5 H. 7. 15 die Septembris, a«. D'ni 1490, Ego Thomas Taylard cPicus condo testa^ 
mentu meu, &c. Item lego Thonue filio Will'i Taylard portiforiii meum et Sootum super 
primu et quartu sententiar*. Item lego Umfrido filio Joh*is Taylard unu salt* coc^'til, 
&c. Dat* ap'd Northyell, die et anno sup*d*c'is. 

Giulielmus Taylard yiceoomes CantabrigisD et Hunt, ex billa 5 H. 7, fait vicecomea 
4 Edw. 4. 



HUNTINGDON SHIRE A. D. 1613. 



TAYT.ARDE, &o. 




88 



VISITATION OF 



a 



Wal-= 

teniB 

Tay- 

lard, 

se- 

pult' 

apod 

Qam- 

lin- 

fuit 

de 

Inte- 

riori 

Tem- 

plo, 

a*. 

12 

H. 6, 

carta 

dat' 

a*». 

12 

H. 6. 



d 



:Mar- 

ga- 
reta, 

filia 

et 

hiDres 

W». 

Cha- 

pell. 



RadulfuB Raynes, D'n's de Clifton Okley^fAmabilia, filia RicH Chamberiejne, 



et Statheme et p'tis de Tichmarche, 
jure matris. 



r 



militia. Q. a \ or, entr* 3 *, or. 



I 



Thomas Reynes, miles. He lieth=T=Cecilia, filia .... Tiringham de Tiringfaam 
buried crosse-legged at Clifton. { in com. Buck\ 

r ' 

Thomas Reynes, miles, sepultus apud Clifton.=pJohanna Seyton, Txor ejua. 



r 



T 



1 



Catherine, fil.^2. Johannes Reynes, milcs.^Joanna Thomas Ricardu^p. • 



et hares Pe- 
tri Escude- 
mor, militis, 
ux. 1. 



habuit 3 uxores; fuit 2 
filius; duxit in tertiam 
vxorem Alicia Hartwell. 



T 



I 



Thomas Reynes, ob. s p. 



Betby, 
ux 2^\ 



Reynes, Raynes, 
ob. s. p. 8 filius. 



T 



■n 



L 



TH 



filia 

« • • • 

BfaU- 

▼ery. 




Henricus^Cecilia, Thomas, Walterus Reynes, Thomas^. . . . 



Streete, 
sepultus 
in Lon- 
don. 



filia Jo. 
Reynes, 
militis, 
et hsercs 
fratrG. 



ob. s. p. ob. s. p. 
Dionisi\ Margery R^nes, 
s. p. married to ... • 

Brandon. 



Reynes. 




Joh*es ^^Johan- 
Anstye, I na. 

■ivA 



r 



filia 
■ • . • 
Froike. 



Rol)er-=^Mar- =7=Ro- Thomas^.. 



sive 

Anes- 

tye. 



filia et 
hseres. 



tus 

Qibon, 
1 ma- 
ritus. 

I 

Rober- 

tus 

Gibon, 

ob. 

s. p. 



ga- 
reta 

Bran- 
don. 



r 
Geor- 

gius 

Pier- 

pont, 

ob. 

s. p. 



1 



gems 
Pier- 
pont, 
2ma- 
ritus. 



Reynes. 



filia 
• • . • 
Brough- 
ton. 




Mar- 

g®- 
ria, 

ob. 

s. p. 



Ricard'n=MatU- 



Reynes. 



dis, 
filia 
. . • • 
Boothe. 



Emma, nupt' Joh'i 
Dale. (}. a swan 
ai^. 17 E. 4. 

Elizabctha. 

Catherina, nupta 
Joh'i Calcott, ar. 
Arg. a fcsse B. 
frettye or, entr' 
3 cinquefoyles Q. 



n — 

Eleonora. 
Thomas 
Taylard, 
sacne 
theolo- 
gian doc- 
tor et 
p'sbiter. 



— I 

Johan- ' 

nes Tay- 
lard, 
D'n*s de 
Potton 
Wares- 
ley. 2 
filius. 



=Anna, 
filia Ja. 
Durem, 



uni* 



Baron Q 

de 

S? I* 
CO lO. 



WiirmV 
Taylanl 
de Dod- 
ington 
in com. 
Hunt, 
et ibi 
sepultus. 



■Eliza- 

betha, 

filia et 

una 

co- 

hae- 

redu. 



Johanna, alt'a filia et 
unacohcr*, nupta W^. 
Alington de Hon- 
beath in com. Oan- 
tebr ob. s p. 

Maria, una filiar' et 
colucr* nupta Henr* 
Langley, ted ob. s. p. 



a 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



Rogema Ti 



Waltenu Tmr-^Atioi>, fil 
tard de Doding- j CDhex¥« ' 
Ion, sepalliw in | b'li Foister \ 
ft' as. Le Templo 

DupU charcbe ID LoD- 

Busts. doa. 



ktkeidre- Mara. ' Will^ T«jliird. 

duB. JoDii. ulriuaq' Juris 

Bgidiiu. Eliza- Uoctar, persona 

Thomaa. beth. di Offord et ibi 

Job'nea. JoLiiia, Bepultug. 



Lanremlua Tajlanl, milo, Hpull': 
apnd DodingUn, duiit in 2'"' 
uiare Dorolhei EloLeniu rcliDlam 



■MargsTBta, WiU-m' Tnjlojii d 

r. EJmuDdi Dwliagtolli q' dux 

Hordaunt, Agnelam Wfall, t 

■"■■ ol'ij' ■■ P- 



Gulfrid^ ♦ Jmw, 8.W 

ChriiUaiu, ui. TajUnI, 
I loU Ric'i de tlp- 
tucra Jo- Clit- wood, 
b^ Lew- ton. duiil. ., 




Thomaa Bnidenell.^itaria, 
■nilta et baiODCt- t. Tbo. flii 
tua, D'n'i d« Deene | Ti«- 12 Ni 
St Dodingtou, j> 



ih'a, ChrMtiana, nnpta Ale»'o Juhan-^ 
61. Thorotd, filiu Ediuuadi nva 
Thorold do Hogh la Lew- 



-ltadegunda,Hlia 
et bmreg .... 

Poiwell de 

Muutonincom. 

Dom. 



Rob'tui, fiUu> at hnna, Ednrnnd', S BUiu. f | 

naliia 5 HattlJ ISOT, a'. EdwudUf S BUua. Chriitiuia, ula Glia et bnret, Dupta Galfrido 

S*° B. Jambi. Tajlud, fllk vt hnred) LAurentij T>;Urd. 

TBO. BRUDENELL. 



CAMD. 80C. 




90 



VISITATION OF 



ScMDt, &0. q'd DM Jok*M Don mills, Rob'f Kui^t clSc' et W-" Hdgh, BOIborilaU 
at ligoTO cujiudun judii^ij ot decreCi in Cancellario D'ni Rega nnne exhibit', tmlbiiiiD', 
la. Eliuheth' vxori WlU'i Tajbrd aorori et luciedi JahanaiE nap' uioris Will'mi Aling- 
ton militu defunct), nun'iii aire grui^ii DuncapBtam Borden GiKCge in com. Cuubr', 
D»l' vltinw die Juni], •". 9 H. 7. 

Tbii endeutun, nude (he 8 dij of Jnlj, >°. 13 H. 7, betweene Wilter Tijlard of the 
eonnlj ot Huntingdon genljllman, and Alice his icife, Ibe elder daughlar and he;rTe of 
Rob'l Punter, lato ciliien and grocer of London, now deceiiod, on the one putje, and 
John Bn>Dn»pe of the canntj of Dam. gentilaun , wid Agnea bia wife, the othfr of tlie 
diugbten and hejre of the nme RobeR, of the other putie, ki 
hajTC* tot dir'w ineimugn or hoiue* ia London. 



RobertDi Fon 



ia el grocema London .-i 



WaUenu Tsjlord de^^A 
dam. Hnnl. gen.' < 



20 H. 7. The 22 day of Seplamber 1505, 1, William Tajhud, of Dodington, tn 
eom. Hunt, gentjiman, da mnlie tnj last will and teotament in thii viae. he. m; bod; Is 
be buried in the parish churche of Dodington in the cbapeJI of S^ Kalherin, in the norlh 
■ide : also I will that Elimbelh m; wife haie all my houahould atnff, &c. and all my 
pnrcbaaed land in Dodington, Bukeden, and Soalhoo ; the remajnder to William, Mnne 
of Walter TnyUrd, and for de&all of iaue of him. Id Ijiutvnce his bnrther ; the tcmayn- 
der to Giles hi) brother, and for defiiutt ofiuch iwue, to John Taylard ; and for de&tilt of 
{■ue of him, the remaynder lo Doctor William Tajlard ; and for want ot iaaue of the Hid 
William, the remaynder to Mary Peaycokke, Jaine Stinley, Anne Wanton, Agnee Bnr- 
gein, and Jaiue Taylatil ; and for detanli of inne of them, to John Taylarde my brether I 
and fordebuit of iane of him, the nunaynder tbereaf to the rigbt heyreg of me the nud 
William. Alao I wilt thai mj aonne John Taylaid haie all my lands, lenta. He. in the 
towns and feildee of High Weitan. Abo I will y' Lawrvoee Taytard have my plate, «■> 
mil my landes and ten'te* io little Paiton ; and lor debult of iiaue of y* said I^urenc«, 
the ronaynder to Gylia Tajlard hia brother. Ac 1 ordeyue my exHruton the aaid Eli»> 
betb my wife, my aooae Doctor Will'm Taylaid, and my ion John Taylard. Wilnen 
henof, Tho. Wawton gentilman, M. Hugh Oametl, Tho. Hairy, Agnea Borgoyn, and 
John Taylaid, wi^i dii'se other of my bowihould. Dal' rt tup*, 

tndentun int«i W>. Wardall Hag'r'm aiie Cuatodom Anlv s'c'« Eailieiui Caalabr 
M EUnbelh' Taylard Yiduam, auper <w>rem WilH Taylard do Duddiugtou in mm. ObdI. 
•nnigvi, WUl'mnm Taylard cTie'n et Joh'm Taylard, Alloa p'd'e'i Willi Toybtd kbK 
ae cocsecBlsna t«Nu»Ml p-d'el V " 



HUNTINGDONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 91 

per eundem Will'm' Tajkrd armigeril AuIjb i'o'ib KatheiiniB p*d'o^ in Ounbridge. 
D»t* a*. 1505 et 21 H. 7. 

4 H. 8. Anno D*ni 1518, 80 of Marche, I, Aljs TajUrd, widowe, ordeyne mj last 
will and testament in niann* follovring, &c. my body to be buried in the churche of QK 
Laorenoe in Dodington. I will also that all my landes and ten'tes in London be in guyding 
of my brother M'. Willia Taylard, doctor, for 16 yeares, to the entent he shall bring up 
my twoo children, Laurence and Giles, &c. Dat. ut sup*. 

19 H. 8. The 10 day of September, A^. D'ni 1528, I, John Taylard, of Upwood, 
gentilman, make my last will. See. my body to be buried in the churche of Upwood, at 
the comer by the aultar, &c. ; to Alys my wife all my lends in Helleweston, &a ; and 
I ordeyne my executors my brother, Doctor William Taylard, and Anthony Maloij, Esq 
&c. Dat' die et anno supM*c*o. 

An indenture betweene Gyles Taylard of Dydington in com. Hunt. gent, one of the 
sonnes of Dame Alys Taylard widow, deceased, on the one partie, and Rowland Hill, 
oitixen and meroer of London, on the other partie, for the parsonage and tenementes in 
the parish of S*. Stephen's in Walbrooke, London. Daf 1530, a^ 22 H. 8. 

Omnibus, &o. Laurentius Taylard armiger, consanguineus et hsres Will*! Taylard 
defnncti, salt'm. Sciatis me dedisse Alicie Taylard nuper uxori Joh*nis Taylard de Upwood 
defuncti quadam annuitatem, &c. i^K exeunt* de messuages et ten' meis in villa de Up- 
wood, ad termina vits, &o. Dat' 4 BCart^, a^ 22 H. 8. 



92 



VISITATION OF 



ROOE. 



Joh*nes Booe de Stntford in com. SiiffoldaB.^Aiuui uxor gus. 



GuilielmuB RooeRpAnna, fiUa Ghiili- 



de Conington in 
com. Hunt d'i- 
ens, primna filins. 



r 



elmi Lott de New- 
thorpein com . Ebor. 
in parochia de Sher- 
borne. 



——J 

Johanna, nupta .... Cm- 
well dfl Stratford in Soff. 
Anna, nupta .... Palmer 
de Stratford in SofT. 



Robertui^.... 
Rooe, 2 
filiut. 

filia 



Lncia.fil. — Johannes .^Elizabetha, 



Al- 
ley de 
Windsor 
in comit' 
Berk. 



Booe de 
Yaxley in 
com. Hunt, 
jagnpentes 
1618. 



ai. Rob'ti 
Aunger de 
Comberton 
in com. 
Gantabri- 
g». 



— n 

Jacobus Rooe, 

ob. 8. p. 
WiU'm', 

aprentici' in 

London. 



I I I 
Theodoflia, nupta Henrico Tay- 

lor de Deene Thorp in com. 

NorthV. 
Juditha, nupta ThonuB Fanooner 

de Lutton, renupta W*. C3arke 

de Lutton. 
Anna. 



r 



Bobertus, fil. et haeres, Ktat 13 annor* t'p'e Visitationis. 



Will'm', 



Hemic*. 



JOHN BOOE. 



HITNTIXGUOKdUlKE A. D. 1613. 



IH ee. BBIfKEITS CHURCHE IN THE TOWNB OF HUyTtXQDON, 
a? Anirnni. A*. D"oi IfllS. 




VISITATION OF 



IN THB CHDRCHB OP ALLHALLOWBS IN THB TOWNB 
OF HUNTINQDON. 
28 Aoguiti, leiS. 





\^ 



: kBBor' tnunre I 4* SaAwi Wal- 



PRANCtS BROWMB. 



VISITATION OP 



WilUaiD Nailonr of London,^ 
Baq. utd lUgnter •nd one of 
the 6 CUilei oT the Chtanoei?. 

BlinbMh. flL Tho-=Btehmnliu Nulour deOt- 
nua Lorell de Hut- hrd Dkj in com. QDUt. 
Ibid in nRD. Bant Jun nipentoa 1S13. 



uu, flii* Rle'i DnooombtfjiGilbcrtiu DetUk, milM, 
e HoRton, hibnit in taitiii | Outer Priiioip«lii Rwc 
uritu Alexudrn Nanll, ar. | Annor'. 




t Roberti HJiin, Doplk Tbo. 
~ ' BnUer de Orwell 

ia com. (kutdir'. 



RL NAILODR. 




HUNTINODOMSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



HERNE. 

Riohudoa Heron de Tideiiluun * in Norft^. . . . 

' ' — J ' I r I ' II 

■ flIU Simonu Will'a.t CUarinft, nnpte Ric'o NtulourJ de 

Oflard Dacj in com. Hunt, gen*- 
Muu, ui. QMwood de com. Cu- 



jManns Heron 



... flli* Will'i, 2. 
, .. Bui7 Hmtheiu, 3. 
deMUdied Job'ea, *. 




nuptaBeatnejoll Bettsde White, nupU 

Chatre* in In>u1& Elje. Job'ni Hmor 

nupta Edwardo HoLen- da Heming- 

hedge de Kimbolton. ford. 



JHON HEBNE.11 



t WUl'i Html. Itid. 



Ihii. 
U Bantu*;. Piid. 



VISITATION OF 




' Th« «wtiar poftion of thn PwlifCTce a not gtiA in tbe US. it Iba HcnUi' QtUag^ 
Tba PvIigiM [b Ihu US. bagiiM vith '■ Tbooui Aoitnj: " oouttb^ tka alh« aoM* 
wUeb »n aptn ttn Um with hb, nunidj, Williuii, Klloblti, BMh, Afc 



HCNTINGDON8HIBE A. D. 1613. 



99 



Williuii Aiu- Elinbeth, da. =Thoma8 Aus-^yJana, filia 



J. 



trej maried, to W*. Skipvrith treydeHichin 
but died 1501, of Northampton, in com. Hertf. 
•.p. 1 wife. 



Joh^iflPigott 
de Beach- 
ampton. 



— rnn 

Raufe Anstreyt died a**» 

1501. 
Henry. 
Mai;gareta, ob. 1486. 



I r 

2. Thomas Ana^Dorothea, f. Edwardi l.Radalfti8Aiutrey*=T=Alicia, f. WillH Welfet 

Ponlter de Hichin in de Harlactonincom. | de com. Wigom. 

com. Hertf. Bedf. ob. 1584. xfs 



trey de Stoke in 
com. Buck. 



r 



Williehn' Austrey, fili'=. . . . 
et hiBres, de Wavenden 
in com. Bed^ 



1 



Edward* Tho. Austrey de Som\»ham=YJana, fllia Joh'ia 
AuBtrey, in com. Hunt, jam super- I Brett de Som'- 
ob. 8. p. Btes, a**. 1613. I sham. 



Thomas Austrey, filius 
eC hcres, ot. 8 annor* 
e( amplius 1613. 



— r-n 

Joanna. 

Rad'us, ob. s. p. 

Joh^nes Austrey. 



1 

Elizabetha, ux. 

Hen. Chapman 

de London. 



-rr 

Maria. 
Dorothea. 



Franoisoa. 
Jana. 



THOMAS ASTRIE. 



Soiaiit, ftc. q'd Ego Adam Strangman de Eenebauton capellanus dedi, &c. Joh*i Bur- 
ton de Eenebauton, Will'o Bemewell et Thomse Grent de Stucle tenementu quod habui 
ex dono D'ni Thorns de Walmesford, perBonoe cccrin de Ken* &c. prout sdtatum est in 
▼ilia de Studee. Hijs teetibus, Joh'e Clare, Joh'e de Lestere, Simone Trewe, Rob'to 
Neele, Joh*e Stucle, et ali|js. Dat. a^. 8 R. 2. 




A tous ceux, &c. Humfrey de Bohun Counte de Hereford et d^Easox, ot Seign* do 
Breken', salu^ &c. Sache^ nous en oeure de charite et pro aalu de n'ro alnio, «co. avoir 
donne a Priour et Chanonyns de Le Esgliso de Noetre Dame do Stonio, «cc. toiitii* los 
terres et ten» q* fuerunt tenuj de Mounas' Thomas do Bykering chiualer a WfrkcwoIIo 
deinj la paroebe de Kynebauton, &c. et fesaunt as cheifs aeign're del fie, &o. Tesnioignos, 



* S' Raife, maior of London. MS, ColL Ann, 



100 TISITATIOH OF 

Hon^ Thonaa d' Kaf^pit, HnV Blebud WajoKO, cfaituin*. SiaAm StoUe, W-. 
Monyn, (iaftvj da Dnjtoo & antna, &c. Donne a ChaatcU de Pltwj 10 JnlQ, a*. 
S9 Kdw. 3. 




■ flilua tialtridl da Edinton nillea, dedi et relazaai, &c. Jordano de L«ngh' et 
<^ilbB rxori auoi at hnredlbna ear' tolum jna, la;, quod habui in toto tencmento illo q'd 
patar p'd'o'l Jordanl 'inondam tannlt la lilla da Edintone. Hgs toriibui, Galfr'o dc 
Kdlnton, I'h'u Modlco, Robto Clamrat, WiU'mo Eyleamore, Rob'to Cole, Rob'to Bejnni, 
AcUm Wjlougir, at maltii allj*. 




HVHTIKGDOKSHIBE A. D. 1613. 101 



PULTER. 

John Ponltv* de Brougiitoii in eoai.!pJaiia, filia Bob'ti Berill de Cheiteiton in com. 
Hunt. I Hunt. ar. 



r 1 I 1 

HMiilontPonltflr^dcPpFnneiMn, ill. Bob'ti Tlirockm\onde Tbomaa. Bobtns. 

Brooghton. } Wudebojv. Wiirm\ 

Anna, filia Nicfal^Bob'tns Poulter de Brongfaton, jam rapentetf^Anna filia Tho. Crove 
Pope, axor 2^*. | 1613. doxit Elixabetha. filiam .... Margatts I de Wiabiche. 

de Wiitove. 



efaVpl 

-J 



I ■ ■ 1 1 

Anna. Johannea, filina et hsm apares, at 21 an. 1613. Emma. Jaoomioa. 

ROBERT PULTER. 



STONES. 

Johannei Stonea de Pidley in com. Hant.=T=Margareta ftlia .... Overton de Som^ham. 

Tbomaa Stonea de Pidley in Barbara, nupta Xp*ofero Fleete Anna, naptaRic'o Prime 
eom. Hunt, jam cceleba 1613. deTeT^sham in com. Cant. de Tbirplowe in com. 

Cantebr. 

THO. STONES. 



KNOWLES. 

Reginaldna Knolles de Brampton^Francisca filia Joh'is Band de com. Lincoln, 
in com. Hunt. 



I 



I ' r-n 

Tbomaa Knolles de Bramp-=Martha, Hlia Robertua Knolles de Brampton, 2 filiiu. 
ton in com. Hunt, jam super- Jo. Clampe Rosa, 
stes 1613. de com. Hunt. Maria. 

THO. KNOWLES.t 



• Powlter. M.S. Cvfl. Aim, f Knowlis. Ibid, 



102 



VISITATION OF 



TORKYNGTON. 



Willielmiu Torkington de Torkington^. . . . 
HaU in com. Cestr'. 




Nicholaiu* Stu( 
ley, miles. 



Gerardufl Stucle.n=. • 



Henriciu Torkington de Steukley in com.^Catherina, filia et haeres Qerardi, fil^ Nicolai 
Huntingdon. | Stukeley, militis. 

T 



r 



1. Petnu Tor-=Brigida, 
kington de filia John 

Stanghton in 
com. Hunt. ob. 
8. p. 



2. Laurentins =j=Mabilia, f. 



GiUede 
WitheaU 
in com. 
Hertf. ar. 



Torkington de 
Stukeley in com. 
Hunt, frater et 
hrSres Petri. 



I 

LaurentiuB Tor- ' 

kington deStewk- 

ley in com. Hunt. 

jam superstee 

1613. 



•Elizabetha, 
f. Marci 
Broughton 
de com. 
Rotel'. 



Henric* 
Torking- 
ton, 2 
filiua. 

Henr', 3. 



Franoiflci 
Fleming de 
Roms^ in 
com. South- 
*mpt, militia. 



bill's, 

8. 
Wiirm', 

4, 



— n 

Dorothea, nupta 
Rob'toSparkede 
Burbage in com. 
Leic. 

Alicia, nupta Ric*o 
Anton de Insuhi 
Ely in com. Cant. 



1 

Juditha, 

ux. E^dm^ 

Rouse de 

Stukeley. 



1 

Joanna, ux. 

Jo. Clarke 

de Elming- 

ton in com. 

North^mt. 



1 

Francisca, 

ux. Tho. 

Hobson de 

com. Ebor** 



— I— I r 

Lauren- Thomas Tor- =Elizabetha, f. Hen- 
tins. kington, filius rici Skynner de Bo- 
Marcus, et hasr', st. 33 lingbroke in comit' 
annor* 1613. Lincoln. 



I J I 
Alicia. 



— TTT 

Geoigi*. 

Joh'nes. Eliza- 

Juditha nupta betha. 

Johanni Huchin. Anna. 



Mabilia, 
uxor Phi' 
Cotton de 
com.Warr*. 



LAURE'CE TORKYNGTON. 



SA 




^i^i^ 



SA 



$^ 



s\ 




* This Coat and the two descents of Stucley do not appear in MS. Coll, Arm, — Ed. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



103 



ROUS. 



Willielm* Rowse de Rowse Glenche in comitat'^. . . • filia naturalis .... Stafford Duels 

Wigom*. I Buckinghamio!. 

I 
Thomas Rowse de Sywell in com. North-=f=Elizabetha, filia .... VaTasonr de com. 



amptonie. 



n 



T 



Northt. 



JohannesRowse, Johannes Row8e,=pDorothea, f. Ed- 



flli' et hnres. 3 filiiu, de panra 
Will's Rowse, 2 Stukeley in com. 
filios. Hunt. 



mudi Conquest 
deHoughto Con- 
quest in com. 
Bedford. 



r-1 

Edmiid Rowse. 

Mai^^areta, nupta 

WiU'o Button de 

Ampthill in com. 

Bedf. 



Anna, nupta 
Jo. Bassett 
de North 
Luffenham in 
com. Rotel*. 



Gilb'T" 
tus. 
WilPs. 
Elena. 



T TT r—n 

Henric' Ro^-se^Maria, f. 2. Joh^es, Joana. 

Rob'ti ob. 8. p. Anna. 

Throck- Maria. Doro- 

morton de thea. 
Ellington. 

1 



Edmudus Row8e=Juditha,fiL 
de Magna Stuc- Laurentij 
1^ in com. Hunt Torkington 
Jam superstes de Stewk- 
1618. ley. 



de parva Stuc- 
ley in com. 
Hunt. a**. 
1613. 



I nr 

Johannes Rouse, fil. & hseres, set. 11 annor* & Rob'tus, 2. 

amplius. Edmund', 3. 



— n 

Henric', 4. 

Juditha. 



— I 
Alicia. 



EDMONDE ROUS. 



SA 



SA 




104 



VISITATION OF 



FOWBERYE. 



Johannes FowberydeNewbold* in coiii.=pJaiia, filia WiU'i (xrimston de Grimaton Garth 
Ebor^. Tenit de partibof Northnmbris. j in HoldernesBe. 

I r-* 1 ' 

Georige Fow- =pKatharina, filia Isabella, ux. Elizabetha, 

Tho. Langdale Rob'ti Kel- uxor RicH 



bery of New- 
bold,* living in 
Yorluh. 1584. 



Philip ^Margery, da. 



de Staunton in 
com. Rbor*. 



sey de Hol- 
demease. 



Archard in 
Holdemease. 



Fowbery, 
2 Sonne. 



I — ; — n n 

Anthoni Eiixabetha. Margareta. 
Fowbery. Everilla. Catarina. 



• • • » 



of 

Barton of 
the Manye. 



r 



Johannes Fowbef7=i=Margareta, filia Robertas Fow- 
de Newbald. I Rooke Reresby. bery, et. 17« 



Bfartha. 
Dorothea. 



Richard' Fowbery de Blunteeham in=pruditha, fil. W"^. Manester 
com. Hnnt. jam saperstes 1613. | de Woodson, yeoman. 



Agnes. 



Johannes Alius & hseres, st. 4 annor' 1613. 



1 

Catherina. 



RICHARD FOWBERYE. 



These armes and crest 
are in the Visitation of 
Yorksh', by Robert Glover 
Somerset, for George Fow- 
bery of Newbold,*ao. 1584, 
the grandfkther of this Ri- 
chard Fowbery of Bluntes- 
ham in com. Hunt. 




♦ Newbald. MS. Coil. Arm. 



HUNT1NG1K>N8HIRE A. U. 1613. 

JACKMAN. 

.... Jftcknuui.^ . . . . 
.... jBckmui, 1 llliu>.=p Jacknun de Vfjng id 

Ednnliu Juknun, WilliBlm' Jacknun de Wjng^Annk, flli> Jacobi Woodford de 
■Ideniuinn* LoadoD, in oam. Buck. j •> > ' .< ' 



L, fllia Humaduci CUuer de Poscott in 



Thomu Jock- 
man, nl. 24 m- 
aar' >t UDplioa, 
fp'ehnj<aVi.L- 
Utionii. 



Maihe', 2. MiliwnU ux. 
Joeeph', 3. Ricardi Smyth 
Ann* ui. FnnT de Roell in 
ciaci Penne de com. North- 
corn. Buck. unpton. 



Fnuicisca, CUarioa. 



e Dillingham Maria. 
'an- de Dene in Eliiabe- 
com. Bedf. tba. 

ROBARTE JACKMAN. 




• Onham. US. CoU. A 
CAMD. 80C. 



aa sot ia MS. CM. Arm. 



VISITATION OF 



JahmUDei Genuin de cint 

Ed vkrdasGcrmin, Same Tl 
logiB Doctor et Jniticiu-iiu 
Pwem et Qnonun in o 
Hani. ■•. 1613. 



GERMIN. 

» EiDDuo.^j^obuiiu, filb .. .. Tawke da eomitatii SoMn. 

M-=pE1eonon,r.Will'm' EliatwtliK, diot Onoia, nx. 

■d Jobiuan d« com OUcUBsde .... Upeottds 

m. Glonceatr. Cornubia. com. Deronks. 



deSu^My. 
BDWARDU8 QERHIN. 




Re huh pmmBed to 
Bkke better praofr for 



IIUNTINODONSHIBE A. D. 1613. 



Thomu Trice de Uodmuicheater in i 



, fllu Ricanli Robfiu de QodiawicheataT. 



Rkhud'^Aim 
Trice dc Ban 
Stnkeler com 
M»gim. cola 



too, 2 flliiu. ti« 



Amu. napta Leo- 
nairdo Hjde de 



Bicbard' Trice, Rob' 



I* Triee^Mi 
Imui- j W 

1S13. I 

b tiu, filin* 



mM,2. 
Huu. 



KICBARD TRYCE. 



ROBT. TBYCE. 



ThcM Artom wtd 
Cmt ««!« gnated by 
Rob't Cooke, CUran- 
ceni, Dndsr hi* band. 




108 



VISITATION OF 



HULLOCK. 



He hath not made any proofe of Franciscus Houllocke de Oun-^. • • . filia .... Haw- 



bis armes. 



die in com. North^mpt 



ley de Buokleaende in 
com. Som'a. 



I I 1 ■ 1 

I. Humfridiu 2. Jaeobiu Houl- Willielmns Honl-^Amia, filia Yin- Ozea, nupta Ja- 

Houllockocoi- lock oooisus in look de Southoin I centij Perien de cobo Balche de 

■us in Belgio. Hibernia. com. Hunt. 1613. | com. Oxon. comitat' Som'ss. 



WILUAM HULLOCK. 



HETLEYJ 



Thomas Hetley de Riseley in com. Bedfbrdis.^. . . . 



Wi[ 



T- 



lielmus Hetley, sive Hedley.=^ana soror Ric'i Worme of Peterborough. 



r 



1 



Thomas Hetly, vulgo Hedley.^Elisabetha filia Rioi Gore Anna, nupU Will'o Hatley 



de Brampton in com. Hunt. 
1613. 



de London, m'catoris. 



de Oaxton in com. Gantebr. 



r 1 1 

Maria, 1 Alia, let. 6 annor* et amplius, t'p'e hujus Visitationis. Elixabetha. Jnditha. 

THO. HETLEY, al's HEDLEY. 



* In the MS. at the Heialds* College the Arms of Hetley are annexed to the Pedi- 
gree. — Eo. 



HUNTINGDONSHIBE A. V. 1613. 




Th«M Armo uid 
CreM wen flrM glTSD 
bj WUliun Hmt«j, CU- 
mic«nx, the 10 of Juia- 
U7,>°. 16M. 

Aod >ftermrd agkjD* 
Gonflniied bj Rob«ft 
Cook, Ckreneenx, SO 
jQDy,B°. P Bli»bMh« 



WitlUm NaUonr of Lioiidoii, Eiqdier.^Y'tne, one of the dan^tan of Etict 

R^iitor and one of the 6 CUrlu <^| DnDCombe of Honton Id com. Buck. I thick milei, Oer- 
the CluaDcer; ; uid be died the 10 | E*q. [She muied to her 3 hiubuid j ter PrlnclpBlis 
daj of October, i°. D'ni. 1571, uid Alexuider Neiill, Eeq. | Rex Armor*. 

licth buried in 8'. Clement'. Chonh I , 

<r*^Dt Temple Benv.* | Ham, nopt* The. Butler de Orwell in cam. Csntebr.] t 



• In London. US. CM. Arm. 
t Tbe piMegea within the brackets, ii 
MS. CM. Arm En. 



:lu<liiiB Uelhick u Uie 



ond hiubead, are nut luun 



110 



VISITATION OF 



a 



n 1 ' 1 " I' I 

1. Henry Eliza- ^3. Richard Nailour, 3=f=Kathe- I.Mary; 



Nailour, el- beth, 

dest Sonne; eldest 

after Lis da. of 

fkther's de- Tho. 

cease went Lovell, 

into Prance, Esq. of 

and lived Her- 

XX**. yeares ford, 

at Javigney nere 

in Lorayne, Hunt- 

and there ing- 

died reli- don ; 

gioos 1605. she 

2. Michael died of 

Nailour, her 

died an in- first 

fant. child. 



Sonne. At 16 yeares of 
age traTayled into 
France for a yeare or 
twoo, andathisretome 
wasadmittedof the In- 
ner Temple, London, 
and after came to dwell 
at Godmanchester in 
com. Hunt. ; he after- 
ward purchased the 
manner of Offord Da- 
cye, alias Daynes, w*^ 
the advouson androyal- 
ties there; and there 
he hath built anew 
the manner bowse, 
nowliYing 1613. 



rme, 
one of 
the 

daugh- 
ters of 
Robert 
Heame 
ofCrod- 
ma- 
ches- 
ter, his 
2 wife. 



2.arace; 

and 
8. Anne, 
all died 
young. 



I 



4. Williamllaylour, 4 e! kd- 
sonne, trarayled into ward 
France with div'se Nailour,* 
captaynes and soul- citizen of 
dieni,andattheSi^e London, 
of Cambray there (w*^ wentafter 
Monnss' the French to SK 
King's brother) got Male, and 
his death. became 

5. Francis Nailour, a religioua. 
citizen of London, Anne, the 
and after marchant of 4 da. 

St. Male in Britayne, maried to 
where he maried w*^ Francis 
the cheifest kindred Whitton 
of that city, and hath of Kent, 
issue William and 
Jane. ^ 



Richard 
Nailour, 
died 
young, 
s. p. 



I 

1. Lovell Nailour, his eldest 

Sonne, borne at Godman- 
chester. When he was 16 
yeares of age he travayled 
into France, Spayne, and 
Denmarke, and after his re- 
tonme he sickned and died 
at London, being allmost 19 
yeares of age, and is buried 
in S*. Clement's Church w*^- 
ont Temple Barre, neare his 
g^randfikther. 



2. William Nailour, 2 
son, and now eldest, 
borne at Gk)dmanohes- 
ter parsonage, and 
now a student in 
King's College in 
Cambridge. 
Richard Nailour, 3 
Sonne, died an in&nt, 
and was buried in the 
chancell of the church 
at Godmanchester. 



— r I I I I 

1. Elizabeth, 

1 da. 

2. Katherin, 
2da. 

2m Mary, 3« 
4. Jane, 4. 
4. Richard 
Naylour, 
4 Sonne, 
and as yet 
yongest. 



Edward 
Whit- 
ton. 

Thomas 



n 

wa- 

liam 
Nai. 
lour. 
Jane.'i' Whit- 
ton. 
Mary. 



RI. NAILOUR. 



* This last descent is a repetition : and not in MS, Coll, Arm. — Ed. 



nxTNTiNGnONsniRE A. n, 1613. 



muMM^nrtoeof hii Mat's pumiiuon under the OreMSealeof Englund ;ou were 
1 hj&a bayliir of Iha hundred of NanoHncrune to spesre lieforc me LaDcaster 
1 sf Amat U Stilton, where I utt in hia Ma" belialf and serTics to register all the 
gentlemen of name and of armea w'^in ttie aume hundred, according to the lenour of bli 
Ha** (aid Comiisiaa ; and yt>u not onlj made debult of appearauco there, but aAer, by 
nifKlt lielng warned to Huntington, have liheviw mode default of jaur apamunoe there 
■Im>, to the hindrance of his Hajestiea wrviee and eanlempt of the Great Seale of England. 
And foranoiuch la I ^d« in the lagt Visitation of this shire, which wai about the begin- 
Diog of the r«igne of the late Queene Elizabeth of tutppj memory, tlial your boiity bad 
then no Cooto of Arm™ prooved or allowed unto tham, and that since that Ijmo you hare 
Gdily and •"out true ground usurped the aunoient annee of one Castle of Warwielishire, 
Ihaae are therefore to require you, and in bis Ma" name slrcightly to charge and con- 
mand jon, that tnm henecforth you do not only [orheare the using or hearing of the nid 
armea w<^ you have hitherto usurped against all right and eustome of the lawe of annes, 
but alio any other armes whauoever, untill you hnow the Earle Marshall's pleasure tliere- 
in ; and hereof fiiyle you not, ai you will auniwere the contrary at your peril! for your 
fonhor contempt hereof. Given under my hand at Huntington the 28 day of August. 
A°. U'ni 16)3. and in the eleventh yearc of hii Ma" reigne of England, Prance, and 
Ireland, and of Scotland the seaven and fourtielta. 



CASTLE. 

.rowe in (he county of North'mpt..^ 



Wil^ Cutis of 01at.^KBtherine,dn. of John Robert ('asllc, Eliialwth, maried Lu 
Ion, oldnt »une and Worsoppe uf London, died w'^out Itaidwin Porter of Co- 
hsyiD. niarchanl oratTiyeuor. iaauB. ventij in com. Warr. 



1. HunL^Agnea, da. 
CastiTi 



KabertC»UeDfaiattenin=.... HI 
and. Hunt, jam lupente* Smyth di 
mj. n..wlon. 



Georgl' Has- Mary, wife of Itolwn 
tie. Treawell, Es<i. SonietMt 

Bliuhclha. HenUd at Anuio. 



S' John Wingfietd d( Lelheri 



WINGFEILD.' 

Robeinn Witigfield,^Elinb(!th, one of the dang^lcn aod 
milo. b«Tm ofS' Robait Giiw»ll, knight. 



KalT. knight .^Eliubeth, da. ol 



I' John Fitilewis, 



Wing. 

fcild 



2. 8' tjlwnrd Wini(- 


S. Waller Wiug- 


10. S- Rir-h«rd=i 




teUd. knight. BUT. 


Md. mar. the da. 


»nQgfei!d.Kni«ht 


da. and 


Anne. d.u of Ri<:h«d 


of .... Mw*- 


of tbP Cuter, 


hejre 


Wooduile EarU Bi- 


Willi'm,. 




of S' 






Duchj of Lan™- 


John 


3. 8- Hmrj Winjtfelld, 


feild, mar. .... 


ler,anil of the Bed- 


Wilts- 


fcnighl,in».lhed.ogh- 


da- of .... Vf- 


chamber to King 


•bin. 




fbrd. 


H. ?; and b; bit 




4. 8' John Wingfdld. 


lI.EdmaadWing. 


wife he bad Stone 




knighl, mariod the 


fcUd, maricd the 


Ho«i>e,btGiaT»- 




hejnf of Dur- 


daughter of.... 


end, in Kent: to 












6. WUliam Wingfeild. 


12. S- Bumfrej 


King gave Kim- 




E^. mar. Ih* da. of 




iKilton CttWle; be 




.... Waldgnve. 


roar. Ilie da. ol 


wa. of the Pri.y 




6. Thomaa WingfeUd, 




CoonwU, and died 




6»nn«. 








7. S' Robert Wingfeild. 


lis. 2 lilia. 


^vne : buried at 




Depiu; of Callaji. 




Tolledo. 





• 3. Kmt 

I tarioa. 

Sfilia. 



S* An- Charies^i 



[ Knight ballon 
» •( the Outle. 

fVp-e ' 



i.Tho. 



later KeiciDan.renupta Maria 

ofS' .. .. Morlewanl. Wingfeild, 

Fnm- Cecilia, ni tho waa 

ci> Uajdenbead de cbriMened 

Knol- MajdeahcBd. bj Queen* 

li>. Jana, ox Hai; and 

WolHch de com. CWrliuall 

HnnL Poole. 



KerTT* ofj^Ordi- i 
Torii. Itriuid, 



Thomai~rHoaora, Anna, 1. EdwardMaria Wing- 
Wing, f. Anto. naor f^ild. tanne and hercc:, Maria 
fidd de Dennj, W-. of Stonle; Prioi;« ia WingfeUd. 
Kim- militk. Smyth, comit. Hunl.jamraper- knigfat. 



Van Rede Wing. 

de TiUa reild, m». 

I'tnirhl ried in 

in Belgio. Irriand. 



9 Bdwd Wittg.^HaiT, da. of Jacob'. .... uxor Tho- Robenni 

Mid of Eimbol- S-JuneaHa. Robtiu. mm Lewknor Wingltil 

ton. knight. rington. be. .... ila Suff. Tbomai. 

karghl. Wolricb. 

1. S' Jama Wiog-^EliabMha, f. Fimn. 2. Rob'to*. *. p. 4. (^nlu,! 

tuld of Kimbolton, ciaci BnkTD dcAira. 3. Ednrdoe WingfUIJ. daiil S. Anhnrii 

Icnighl, now liiing Canlebr. Cnuiliarij flliam .. .. TidboU. I. Pendopi 

1S13. I ad Legem. 2. Martk. 

Edwud Haria WingftiM. tonae and he;!*. Loeia, I. Anas, 2. Maria, Z. 



nUNTINGDONSlIIRE A. H, 161.3. 






Ricbkrdua Cola de Preitoti >ap' MonCem, D'a's 
UancriJ dp parva Pnslau, habuit ciiiii Pelru 
Cdlu, et 3 fliiu. y 

NichoUoBEd- EdWdiuEdwanI«.^....un«flLii»ram PetnisColeadoPrerton,^ 

wwiIb. Ric'i Culia. filiiu eL lisre*. 



Ric'iu, 3. 1. Pctnu EdwantiPl 

Rob'tiu, 4. de AlIertOD in com. 
NicoLiDi, 5. Hunt, jam luper- 
■u>,aM6I3. 



^ToiLae. eldest PnnciN;' Maria, lilia el hiEf«8, 

da. of BJvi'&rd Edwarda, oupta Gdw°. Knigbtlej, 

KniglilofPid- Sfiliut. flUo 2*° Ric'i lU^hlle; 

dingtoii. dc Falveslej, iniUli. 



Johuinoa Edmrde*, fll 



Robertiu, S fliiiu. 



I'd Nioh'iu Kiyell e( Johanna Neirjill uxor ^ai habnerunt udtB, ri 
m. Nicotaum, & Nicolaum. 



Bartnuniu pnedidiu et 8 
Nich'iig r«ni cspit mora 



DOD mortui aunt «ine bsredo 4e n. 

1 Margeriam Clifford, de quib; qnidem Nicb'iu et Muigerla 
eziemnt BBitramiu, Joanna, Aga», Margareta, Eliiabetha, et Calhorina. 

Dartmnoa h'ait filiii Joh'em, qui martaiu eat sine bicrede de ac, et Jobana cepit nrum 
Dolt Wili'mum Bawdo mltilam, el mortni aunt aine hicrede. Agna oepil nirii Michaaioni 
PonjDg militem, et babuerunt eijtii (UiQ noie Hicbaeiem, et eil mortuoa aine bsrede da 
ae. Marganta cppit viruin Itobl'm Hensward mililem, de quib} Rob'to et Mar^areta siijl 
Margnns, qnar Margcria cepIt Tirnm Wdl'mQ Lotetl, do quibu Will's el Hargcna siqjt 
Deotrix, qOB ctenim Bwtiu cepil viniin nolo RogerS Chambur, do quibui Rogero et 
UeaLriov «xij1 Joh'nea Cbambur mileA, qui nunc wt. 

RIlubMli Mpil lirnm Joh'em Pabenham mUitetn, de qaibua exijl Thomu, el de Tbonia 
ci^l I^aiumliua. et Ue Uiurcntia eiierant dii*> tilite, *ii. Caterina el FUeonon; Kalerini 
nn> Pepll lira nola Tboiniuu Ajleaburj militem el habeni eiLiluin. Et postea p'bu 
Kalerin* cepil Tlnin WiU'uju Cbrjno, el habent exitS Laurenolu Chejuo, ot do LAumioio 
■iljl JohW CbcTna niln, qui nano «1. 

Rhmion erpit Tinitn Joli'on Tlijughain fllinm D'ui Job'ia Tirjogbam roillli*. da 
qnibna aaljl Job'ni* Tliynicfaain, qni doponaaTit Aliriaoi, et habrnl eiitum Jah'om 
TfriBghui qui deaptmaiii Kliiial«tlia Kllam Bdmudi Brudenell. qui nuno eat. Katbe- 
fiM ecpH •irnia Oal/rldB Bnddni n>ill(«in, n luul monui aine Iwrcdc. Et Nkbolaua 
KtpU bMar }m' MyH niamn JohanOBn da Uaabenlil Blit WiU'mi de ilawbwvill 

• IW AnM d Uvwdi «• uimuwI In MS CoU. A r...— Ed. 
CAtOK MO. Q 



4 



114 



VISITATION OF 



1 Paoho fiUam QUberti 



milit', et babnenint exitfl Nloh'm, qai oepit viorem Margareti 
Pecbe mililia, de qiilb) eiijt kliiu Niph'uB. qui cepit uiorciu Roaiiun, de qaibos ex^ 
Joli'ea Kijell ; et de Joluane eiierunt duo Hlij, viz. Joli'ei et Nich'iu. De JohuiDa 
exijl nu fllia Roai^ qun Roaia cepit Tirum Joh'em Wfkia de Newmuketl ixmigerTi, de 
qnibus exijt vda fills Rosia, qnx habuit linini Hugonem Stiiule sraiigera, et Micb'iu 
(ruler prBd'c'i Job'ia Imbuit fllia Will'rouu), el WUl'm' habuil filiu Tbonuun Ki^ell, qui 



Nichobiiii KTjell, paler lior' libaror'.^^obBntia Nevyll, Txor <jus. 



1. Bartram' KryeU, ob. Nicobiuii Krjel 
1. p. (raler itenior, 

Simon Ei7ell, ob. s. p. 



Iri' Di 



4. Klitabetlia, 
H'icbael Pojainga, uxor Joh'is Po- 

ob. I. p. bonbam, militia. 



iturga- Nieo-^Margs- 

Horewurd, ell. Gilbti 
i' Krj- mililis. Pecbe, 



r 



Tbomu FabeDbam. Jahaoaea Maigerin, vxor Will'i LutcII. 

j-i ob. sine I 1 

LanieDtiua Pabenbun, bsrode Beatrix, ixor Kogeri Chambur. 

Will'mu»=pKMbcTira, vior Alio- ^Jolianai Tiring- Jobanni 
Cbeyne, | ' 



5KalhcTina, vior Alio- =f Jolianai Tinng- Johannee, JohanQeelirj— r-, . .. 
primo ThoDue nam, h'm, flliut D'ni Cbambur, cIl, Hlioa et 
Ajlesbury, mill- alleiu Job'ia Tjring- inilee, qui taera Nicbu- 

.iirentiu^p.. .. Jobannes Tiring-^ Alicia uior. J 
lieyne. bam, I 

hanaes Cbeyno, Jub*t)a Tiriogbam duxit EUia- Joh'a Wjkia <le=pKoua, Will'm' 



Boiuo, nupta Uugoni Stranle, annigero. 

[Loake in Daiblsbire Vigitation.]* 
Looks in Broxbornef chiirche 

Cecilia 




+ Hruokibome. itid. 



HUNTINODOV8HIBE A. D. 1613. 115 



TYRINGHAM. 

Memonndam q'd D*n*s Rioardns de Tyringfaam miles et Matilda Txor ejus genuerunt 
Giflkrdam de Tyringham militem, et de Giflkrdo ezijt Joh'es D'n^s de Tyringham, qui 
quidem Joh^es desponiaTit Ceciliam filiam Thorns Haslartane militia, de qua procreayit 
Rogenim, qui quidem Rogerua de Tyiiogham miles desponsavit Christianam filiam et 
lueredem Walteri de Deywili militia, de qua procreavit Rogeru de Tyringham militem, 
qui desponsavit Margeriam filiam Thomas Cowdrey militis, de qua procreayit Joh'em de 
Tyringham .militem, qui quide Joh'es desponsavit Isabellam vnam filiar^ et hnredii 
Thomas Weston militis, de qua procreavit Joh^em de Tyringham militem, qui quidem 
Joh*es desponsavit Slatherinam filiam Gallefridi Lucy militis, de qua procreavit duos filioe, 
viz. Joh'em et RogerS; Joh'nes filius senior desponsavit Elionoram vnam duar' filiar' et 
hteredu Laurent^ Pabenham militis, de qua procreavit Joh*em et Eaterinam; Joh'es cepit 
in uxorem Alesiam filiam Joh'is Olleney, de qua procreavit Joh^em, qui quidem Joh'es 
desponsavit Elizabeth* filiam Edmundi Brudenell, de qua procreavit Joh'em, Thomam^ 
Annam, et Elizabeth*. 

Rogems frater junior desponsavit Eaterinam sororem Will'mi Chamburleyn militis, de 
qua procreavit Thomam et RobVm, et Robertus habet exitii Willielmu. 

Eaterina soror JohMs Tyringham et fiUa Johannis Tyringham et Alionone Pabenham 
oepit in vimm Joh'em Home nup* de Colmanstreet in London, de quibus Joh'e et Eate- 
rina ezy t Clemens, quae quidem Clemensia cepit virum Joh'em Chukeborough, et habent 
exitfi. 



D'n's Ricardus de Tyringham, miles.^. . . . 
GKflkrdus Tiringham, milee.^. . . . 

r 

Johannes D'n's de Tiringham.=r=Cecilia, filia Thomas Haalartune militis. 

Rogerus Tyringham, miles.=pChristiana, filia et hasres Walteri Deyvill militis. 

Rogems de Tyrin^^iam, miles.ST=Margeria, filia Thomas Cow- Thomas Weston,cp. . • . 

I dray militis. miles.* I 

a 

* Thomas Weston, miles, omitted in MS, Coll. Arm, 



116 



VISITATION OP 



r 



a 

J 



J 



Johannes de Tyringham, mile8.=T=l8abella, una flliar' et hieredam Thomas Weston militis. 

I ■ ' 

Johannes de Tyringham, miles.^Gatherina, f. Ghdfiridi Lucy militis. 

I 



r 

1. Johann 
Tyringham 



es^yEl 
a. I et 
hi 



Eleonora, una duar' filiar' 2. Rogema Tyring-^Catherina, soror W"^ 



heredu Lauretij Paben- ham, frater jun'« 
ham militis. 



1 



Chamb'leyn militis. 



n 



Johannes =f=Alesia, fU. Katherina, sf^Joh'nes Home de 1. Thomas Tiringh'm. 



gham. I Joh'is 
I leney. 



Tiringham. 



01- soror Joh'is. 



Colmanstreete, 
London. 



2. Robertus Tiringham. 



1 



Johanee Tiringh'm.^Elizabetha, filia Ed- Clemencia, uxor Joh^nis 

mudi Brudenell. Chukeborough. 




WiUiehnua Ti- 
ringham. 



Johannes Tiringham. 



Thomas. 



Anna. 



EUiabetha. 



BEVILL. 



Sciant, &c. q*d Ego Richardus Alius Roberti de Beyrill de Wodewalton dedi, &c. 
Johanni Beyvill fratri meo et Rio'o de Leye consanguineo meo, &c. 12 mess* et 6 rod' 
terra cum pertin* in Wodewalton, &o. Hijs testibus, D'no Will'o le Moigne senior!^ 
milite, D'no Will*mo le Moigne juniori, milite, Tho. de Beyvill, et al^s. Dat' apud 
Wodewalton, a«. 28 Edw. 8. 




reeyvii/ 




Richardus filiua RobHi de Beyvill de Wodewalton, oonoessi Rio'o Compyn terras qua 
habui in Wodewalton de dono et feofiEunento pred'o4 Ric'i Compyn, &c. Hgs testibus, 
D'no Will'o le Moyne milite, Nich'o de Stiueole, Thoma de Beyvill, et alys. Dat' apud 
Wodewalton, a«. 22 Edw. 3. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



117 



Setent, &c, q'd ncM Joh'ss Beyuile de ChestertoD et Agnes Txor men. dcdimus, &c. 
D'no Itic'a Butvilejn cipellano, ThunuG B«>i1<i Olio Tliomm Bflijle do Denton, UcDrioo 
Butriloyn Alio Simonia Bntvilejn, Henr' de Doene capelluno, Tbomn Bevile D'na do 
Walton, R'oo TUomiE Ungton cspelUno, et Will'o Uftliday ola lerr' ten" in Walloa ot 
CbBBterton in com. Hnntiqgdon, &e. D»f »pud CheaUrton, ■■>. 11 H. i. 

ScioDl p'ut», &B. q'd noa Tbonuu Bevyll, Thomas Sekjnion et Job'ucs Dkudewj^ng 
dlmiMimiu, Sic. Will'mo Idiwlli leniori, et WUI'ma filia ejus rectori eccl'ue de H&liwell 
ID com, Hant. et alijs, oU ten' tan'. Sic. cil penin' in Chst'its qus Imbuimui ex dona et 
fboAuDSiito Joh'u de Btiuecle, tiabend' &a. Dat' a.'. 5 H. 4. apud Chot'iU. Hija lo- 
tibj, Pagimo Tlptot, Job'e Tiptot, Willietmo Culellucr' militibui, Joli'e Bruno et Jamba 
(innceMr', et itliji. 





1 



Anno D'ni USB. Thoma* Bevyll de WodewsttoD uniger, pro afa Rob'ti Berill p»trU 
■ui, dedil per TeBlamclfl inu 13". «'. aoluend' Convonlui fintra domm 8'c'i Augmtini 
Huntlu^on. El tvcit executurea Joban'am uiorom >uam Rioardu el Tbomft Devill filioa 



I dedi. Sic. Rio'o de 




Sctant, &o. qaed Ego Tlionuu Rliu Walteri de Bejrile de Wall 
Berjrle de Walton militi, et Fmenciae vxari atue et hieredibiu suis totii man'ia mea in le 
NoTlliend in villa de Waltun, &c. Dat'. 

Rtec indencani To's inter Mu-gveli WalKheff, Joh'om BeTjIe, et Tbomun BenjMm, 
fMim dimittentes, et Job'oen] Warin et Uatgerisni atarem ntam, paitei captentea, TesUl' 
d'o'oa Margai', Job'etn. et Tbomam duniaiHo d'c'la Jufa'i et MorgeriiF uxori turn uaani 
pLweun in Knlon. Sec. Dat' uino IS R. S. 

Ego Rob'tui Boteler ol'iiMia dedl conceiii Margirctte Wnldeaaeff maa'i3 deCheUorton 
TOcat' Waldeaabeffoa, &o. ail lonuinil litio, et pwt dectwii ip"iu« Margarota) romanaat 
Job'i Dcnila el Agneli uxori i^jiu ct liBrcdibiu oor', &v. Dat' apud CbMtertun, a*. 3 R. 3. 



J 



118 



VISITATION OF 



A®. 16. Edw. 1. Ceos aont les OovenanteB taillej p'entre Lore q' fti U feme Ridiard de 
Beyuill de nDe part et Robert lour fi^ eigne d'autre part, ceit a laaefy q^lViYandit Lore ad 
lesee bailie & grante an Robert aon flj le 8 partie del cheif mees' q' jadla fti an dit Richard 
son baron en Walton en la Connte de Huntindon, la quele la dite Lore tient en nonn 
de dowere, &o. Par iceux teemoignej, Nich' de Warr' seign* de Geiterton, &o. A<>. 
16 Edw. 1. 

^^ Omnibne, &c. Joh'es de Well' et Idonia uxor ejus soror et hnree Rio'i Benjle militis, 
quondam in Walton in com. Hnnt. Nov'itis me ordinane Ricardum de BevUe filiu n'r^ 
et hieredem attomatu n Vm ad capiend* redditu n'r'm de Matilde de la Wyke, &o. Dat.* 

Sdant, &c. qM Ego Joh'ee filius WilPi Waldeecheff de Geetirton dedi Willielmo 
Waldeschef de Cestirton patri meo et Margerise axon susb ad terminu yitsB eor* totum 
man*ium meS in Tilla de Cestirton, &c. una cum dote Beatricin Waldescheif quando 
acciderity 9co. H^s testibj, Rogero de Gantilupo, WiU'o de Hampton, Hngone de Oanti- 
lupo, et alijs. Dat' apud Cestirton, a^. regni Regis Edwardi filQ Regis Henrici Z2l^. 




Sciant, &c. q'd Ego Johannes filius Will'i Waldecheff de Chestreton dedi, &e. Nich*o 
Waldeoheff fratri meo de ead\ et Maigeris uxori sua et Will*mo filio suo et eor' hnredib) 
2 rod* et 2 swath) prati in pratis de Chestreton. Hgs testibus, Rogero de Gantilupo, 
Wiiro Ballard, et alijs. Dat' apud Chesterton, a«. 14 Edw. 2. 




Sigillum Jofaannis de 
Waldeschefe. 



HUNTINGDON8HIBE A. D. 1613. 



119 



Soiant, &c. q'd Ego Samaoii de Bonr'de, quietii olAmaTi Rob'to de BaiTill et heredibj 
suis redditu pro terris in Waaton, loil^ vnam marcam argenti, &c. Hijs testib^, D'no 
Rio'o de Baiwill, Oliuero ie Moyne, Rob to de Waasingle, Joh'e de Fowkeswrth, Rob'to 
Capellano de Walton, Waltero de Banuill, Henr' de Waaungele, Leone de Waltop, et 
al^s. Sine dat*. 

Pateat ynia'sis, &c. q*d Ego Thomas de Beyrill de Wodewalton, recepi de Rob'to de 
Beyuill, D'no de Wodewalton, xxx". sterlingor' pro bono pacis et finali ooncordia, &c. 
Dat' tfl. 13 Edw. 8. 

Yniu'sifl pateat per presentee me Ricardu de Comnbia militem reoepisse de Rioardo 
filio Rob*ti de Beyvill de Walton centu solid' argenti de firma mea de man'io de Northend 
in Walton. Dat' a*"* 21 Edw. 8. 




Pateat Yniu'sls, &c. me WilPmu Comewajle relaxasse, &c. RobHo filio RicM Bevyle 
totii jus q'd h'eo in olb^ terris in Wodewalton, &c. Data apud Wodewalton, anno 
regni Regis R. 2. 10. 




Sciant, &c. q'd Ego Thomas de Trentham, D'n's de Keten\ dedi, &c. D'no Henrico de 
Lnceby capellano maneriu meum de Keten\ cum suis pertin' &o. Datu apud Keten*, 
15 Edw. 2. 




VISITATION OP 



Ego AlioU, qnondun nor Hagonbof the Stole de Stiieele magii*, dedi, A«. Jok'ni 
Alio meo at AliniB uiori sjoi mM' in rilla de Bnrgo S'o'i Petri. IW •*. 22 Edw. 8. 




Sciaot, &c. q'd Ego Will'moi da Han, dfdi, Im. et ooDCVni et hac pwnnoti oite ma 
oonflnuTi Eiutechio Blio meo pro homagio bdd nam viigMud teme maa in villa de 
CestntuD, &o. Hija teitibn^ Qilebto prior* de Cruce RotaeuK, Will'o et Walteio 
I, Waltero de Undau, Will'mo da Karci, ^dio de Hen, Bogaro Hamt, et 




Snanl p'Dtea «t hlori q'd Ego Egtdin de Morfa dedi, &c Eotariiio de Hamptoo, 
tfft^ H1H feme ia tnitono de OaUMaa, kx. Biji teMibu^ WiU'no dc Qaaili', 
Robto d« WaBBgle. Qoirico de Loi««nle mililib;. Robto dc Waltenull, Reb'to de 



BUHTIHeSOKSBIU A. IX 161&. 181 




stant p'Um, fto. q'd Ego NigaUBs dc Aiwnadwiito dadi &e. Ado da CkitiMDB efiea 
K j lirii w da laiiiigia WalMri da PtaMoB HModa aai in CtatoatiM. Hj]a Matibaa, 
ItiK da WMri^ie, Ragvo da Cutilnpa, Rad'o da WaUiMf, Jok'a da A;r)u8tw> 




122 



VISITATION OF 



1. Wiuiam 
BelUy de 
Haselbuiy. 



BELLAY. 

John Bellay de Haaelbary in com. Som^i.^. • . • 
3. Tliom^i. 2. John 



2. John Bellay de Pax-=f Elizabeth*, filU et co- 



4. Walter, ton magna in com. Hunt 



I 

Thomas Bellay, =j=Timothea, 

filiufl et haeres, de 

Paxton magna 

in com. Hunt. 

jam supentea, 

A*. D*ni 1613. 



1 

JohnBel- 

filia • . • • lay, doxit 

Bellingfa*m Janam, 

de New fil. Tho^ 

Timber in Bellay 



I 



RUtabetha, mU 9 annor^ et ampliua 
a«. 1613. 



"TT 



I I I 
Francis. 



hnres ThomsB Ckwper Qeorg. 
Epiacopi Lincoln. Richard. 

; II I "I 

Amia, nupta Rob to Jana, nnpta Thome 

Aston de Famham Carter de Barford in 

in com. Surrey. com. Bedd. 

Elisabetha, nupta Juditha. 



Rob\o Payne 
SuNeott"^ 



de Suaana. 

Maria, nupta • . . • 
Fuller de com. Su& 



Johannes Bellay, Juditha. 
mU 9 annor\ 



1 I 



Filia 



THO. BELLAY. 




HUHT1NQDON9H1BE A. D. 1613. 



THROCKMORTON. 




Tbumu Tbrockmorton de Coughtou in « 



Kobert Thracbmurton, ainne uid hefr« afTho.=p., .. d^to,... HuDwe. 



8' Uwirge Throck-=^Cath«rine, d«. to 
mortan. j Uie Lo. Vaalx. 

S'lt<.WnTlin>ck-=r:Murie], da. lo Th 
iDortun, knight. | Lu. Itarkle;, I w 



Kichardui Throckmoi^= 
ton de Higb'm Perren 
in com. North'mpt. 
Senocmllui DuCMiU 



Bttiatot Throck- 



124 



VISITATION OF 



Throck 



S' Tho-=pMaigar 
ret, da. 
and 

heyre to 
• • • • 
Whor- 
wood, 
Esq. At- 
torney 
Gen'alL 



n 

Godi- 

tha, 

nupta 

• • • • 
Neale. 
Joh^es 
Throk- 
m'ton. 



J. 



Maria, 
uxor 
• • • • 
But- 
ler. 

Ra- 
phael. 



John : 
Throck- 
morton, 
died be- 
fore his 
fftther. 



J 



Gabriell ^Em- 

Throckm*- ma, 

ton of El- fiL 

lington in . • • • 

com. Hunt. Laa- 

sepnltus renoe 

apud de 

WardebojB com. 

in com. Hont. 
prKd*o*o. 



da. to 
Tho- 
mas 
WU- 
ford. 



8' Geo. 
Throck- 
morton, 
knight, 
Seigeant 
of the 
Hawkes 
toQ.EUz., 
fftther to 
Raphael 
and 8' 
George. 



I I I I 

1. Maigareta, nupta 

Francisco Cerving- 
ton. 

2. Emma, nx. Hen. 
Ponlterde Broogh- 
ton. 

8. Elizabetha, uxor 

.... Kent de Hem- 

ingford Abbot. 
Maria, ux. Fracisci 

Dorington de 

Wardeboys. 



I I 
Jana, 

uxor 
. • . . 
PanelL 
Anto- 
ny. 
8. p. 



1 

Simon 

Throck- 
morton 
de 

Bramp- 
ton in 
com. 
Hunt. 



Robertn^FEliza- 



1 



I 



Throck- 
m'ton de 
EUing- 
ton in 
com. 
Hunt, 
jam su- 
perstes 
1618. 



n 

Johanna, ux. 

Rob*ti Brom- 

hall de com. 

Bedf. 
Maria, ux. Hen. 

Rouse de 

Stukeley. 



— n — 

Elizabe- 
tha. 

Jana, ux. 
Tho. 
Moriey 
de El- 
lington. 



1 



T 



betha, 

filia 

Joh'is 

Pikers 

ing de 

Twh- 

menh 

in com. 

North- 

Hnpt. 



Fran- 
cis ffi^ 

uxor 
Ric'i 
Roy- 
don. 



reta,nx. 



beiton. 
Gata- 

rina, 
nupta 
• • • • 
Wotton. 



I I 
Rober- 

tns 

Throck- 
m\onde 
Bramp- 
ton in 
com. 
Hunt. 
Simon. 



Gabriell ^Alicia, Robertutf=fJana, f. 



Throckm*- 
ton, filius 
et her. set. 
27 an. et 
amplius 
1613. 



filia 

Wai'mi 
Bedles 
de com. 
Bedf. et 
hares. 



Throck- 
morton, 
2 filius. 



RobHi 
Peetts 
deEl- 
lington. 



GiiMna,nx. 
Edw. Hol- 
cott de 
Ellington 
in oom. 
Hunt. 



r ' I 1 

Rob^tus Throckmorton, aetatis 5 annor* et amplius. Rob'tus. Johanna. 



ROBT.. THROCKM»TON.* 



* In the MS, Coll, Arm, here follows another Pedigree of Throckmorton, signed 
EDWARD THROCKMORTON. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 125 



WINGFEILD. 

8* Robert Wingfeild of WingfiBild Castle in Suff. k. maried Jane, daughter of 

S' John Fastolf of Norff. k. 

J 



Thomas Wingftild of Wingfeild Castle, Esq. maried Alice, daughter of S' Nich. 

Weylond of Norff. k. 



8' John Wingfeild of Dunnington Castle in Suff. k. maried Anne, daught' 

of John Peche. 

. 2 , 

S' John WingfeUd of Wingfeild Castle, k. maried Richard Wingfeild, Lord of the 
.... da. and heir of .... Honypott, Arg*, 10 Mannour of Dunnington, 7 Ed. 2, 
torteuxes, 4, 3, 2 and 1. 1315. 

T , t , 

S' John Wingfeild of S' The. Wingfeild of Letheringham in S' WiU*m Wing. 

WingfeUd Castle, k. Suff. k. w«^ he had in right of his wife feild of Dun- 

maried Elizabeth, da. Margret, da. and heir of John Bovile of ningto k. mar. 

and h. of S' Ralph Glan- Letheringh*m Esq. by his wiffe Pamell, Joan, and died 

vile, knight, whose fa- da. of S' Rob. Scales of Norff. k. John 1398, 15 £d. 8, 

ther Gilbert was sonne was sonne of W". 2 sonne of W"*. son being there also 

of S' Gilbert Glanvile, of S' Will'm, sonne of S' Will'm who buried, 

f&lsely instiled E. of Suff. lived in King Stephen's time. c^ 

r^ . 5= , 1 

Elizabeth, daugh- S' John Wingfeild of Lethe- WiU'm Wingfeild of DunnlngtS, 

ter and heire, ringh*m, k. maried Margrett, Esq. the last of his funilie of Dnn- 

wiffe of Michael daughter of S' Hugh Has- nington, sumamed Wolfe for his 

de la Poole, firste tings, of Elsing in Norff. k. by crueltie, as is found in ancient writ- 

earle of Suff. and his wife Margret, d. of S*" ings. His wiffe was Katherine, who 

Lord of Wingfeild Adam Everingham, k. and lyeth died 19 May, 1418, and he lyeth 

Castle in her buried at Letheringh*m, as ap- there buried under a marble stone, 

right. peareth by his monument. stately covered over with biasM, 

=T= sans issue. 

, 1 

S' Robert Wingfeild of LetheringhHn, k. maried Margret da. of S' John Russell, of 
Strensham in Wore. k. and is buried at Letheringham, as appearetfa. 

, 3= 

S' Robert Wingfeild of Letheringhnn, k. mar. EUzab. half-sister to the D. of Norff. da. 
and ooh. of S' Rob. Gowsell, k. by his wiff Dutchesse of Norff. 1 sbter and ooh. of Tho. 
Fitz- Allan, last Earle of Arundell, Surrey, and Warren, widdowe of Tho. Mowbray, 1 D. 
of Norff. of w«^ Tho. and Elizab. descended all the D. of Norff. ; both buried at Lethe- 
ringham. =^ 

a 



VISITATION OF 



S' aeaiy Eliubeth, wiffof S' W-. Bniidan,k. 
Wingtetld wUow «onne S' W-, Unndon vac tk- 
of Orford tberarS'CluirleaBruidan.D.ofSuS. 
JD Suir. k. S' Tho. Winglbild, k. buried mt Le- 
thQiingham, 



WiU'm Wiagtuild. Esq. 8' }obn 
Iiuried at Lethering- Wingfeild 
hsiD. of Lethe- 
Rich' WingTcild, Enq. ringham, k. 
buried at Lttheringbam. ^ 

8' John Wlngfeild of Lelberingh'm, k. sonne of S' Robert, nuaird Eliiab. d<. of 8' 
Jolin Fiti-LowU of Enex. k. h; his wllT Anne, dn. of S' Jolm MonUcuto, 3 E. of 8«i', 
widowB of S' Rich' Hanekford, k., W'' Anne waa S-"r nurieU to John Holtand, 2* D. of 
Exc«ater and Earie of Huntiuglo; both buried nl Letheringh'm ; but bo died 1481, U 
■ppeareth bj their ilatelj maDumenl. ^ 



8- 


obn 


S' Eiintk 


w'-o 


8' Humfrev 1r\'il.g- 


S' TtomasWing- 


Walter 


Wing. 


Wingfeild, 


Wing- 




reUcI,k.wM^aine 


Wing. 


feild of 


k.mar. 


feildf 


in Suff. k. 


at the battailn of 


feild. 


Letbe- 


Anne, 3 


E«,. 


S- Richard Wing- 


R*lnor, fighting 


am. ma- 


ringb'. 


da. and 




feild of Kimboiton 


valiantl; on H. 7 


iled.... 


k. miu-. 


cob. of R. 


H*" 


CMtleinUunting- 


part, obijt .. p. 


da. of 




Woodvile, 


mar. 




S' Rob. Wingfleld, 




d..ofJ. 


E..RiTe«. 


Jone, 


ThomaaWingfeild, 


L. Deputy of Cfll- 


MuWU- 


Tou- 


widow of 


d».toS' 


Ciptaine of Deale 


lais,andK.oflho 


lianu, 


chet, 


W», Vis- 


Tho. 


Curtle, .. p. 


S^nlcber; flnl 


ob. s. p. 


Lo. 


con at 


Wol- 




mar. Eleanor, da. 


Lodo- 


Audlej, 


Bourebier, 


gnivB, 


Rob. Bruw of 


of .... Rains- 


wick 


Buonof 


■nd wm 


Ob. 


Wenbam in Suff. 


ford, moduli of 


Winff. 


H«ly 


B'Ttnar. 


148.?, 


Elimhelh, wilT of 


Callaii; 2-»', 


feild? 


C«tle 


toOeonte 


UXdil 


Fran. Hall of 


Anne, da. and h. 


Edm. 


inBli^ 


Grey, 3 E. 


buried 


B.,mbridge io 


of 8' Bob. Hat- 


Wing- 


fttrd- 


of Kent 1 


BlLe- 


Lincoln'. Esq. 


ling, widows of 


teild. 


■bire. 


bot Edw. 


tbering- 


Agnes. wilfB ofS- 


S- W-. Ch™- 








died ■. p. 


b-n>. 


Ed. Echingh-m, 


berlain, k. ; S"' 


da. or" 






Henry 


=f 


whence descend- 


she was wiir of 








WingfeUd. 


T 


ed the Hoplons 


John Lo. 8<'roope, 


AdJUM 






■ priesL 




of Ilopton in 


K. of the Gnrter; 


of SufT. : 






S' Jobn 


r-J 


Soff. 


but had no b»ue 








Wingfdid 


J.me< 


Eliiabetb,anonno. 


b; hor 3 hus- 


the da.' 






of Oreat 


Wuig- 




band. Sir Rob. 


of Tho. 






Dunhun 


(eild. 




ob. I. p. 


Wont- 






inNorff.k. 








worth. 



re-ChamI 



o the K.; 



tain of tbo Guard; and after, t 
of the b. house; maried EUzab.'d 
S* Geoige Vere, k. first sister and co 
John Vere, 14tb Earl of Osfbrd, a 
both buried at Letbering*m. 



Edm. WJngfeild, 



Tbo. Sackford of 



i. WiugfeiW. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



127 



a 
I 



8' Rob. WingfeUd of 
Letheruigfa*m, k. of 
the Privie Chamber 
to Q. Eliza. ; mar. Ce- 
oeljy da. of Tho. L. 
Wentworth, Baron of 
Nettleeted, by his wiffe 
Margerj, da. and h. of 
8* Adrian Fortescue, 
k., and of his wiff 
Anne, da. and h. of 
S' W". Stoner, by 
his wiff Anne, 2 da. 
and coheir of Jo. Ne- 
uill. Marquess Mon- 
tacute. =F 

n — ^ 

8' Antho. 



TT 
John 



T 



Rich. Wing- Antho. Wing- 
Wing. feildofWan- feUd, Esq. 
feild,2 tisdeninSuff. 
Sonne, Esq. and Jns- 



s. p. 

Charles 
Wing- 
feUd, 
Esq. 3 
Sonne, 
maried 



tice of Peace, 
mar. Mary, 
da. and cob. 
of Jo. Hard- 
wick in Darb. 



Gent. Usher 
to Q. Eliz. 
mar. Katha- 
rine, JiA, of S' 
Th. Blener- 
hasset, widow 
of .... Goe- 



Esq. sister to nail, w*=^ Ka- 



Wingfeild of 
Lethering- 
ham, k. mar. 
Mary, da. of 
Jo. Birde of 
Denston in 
Suff. Esq. 
and lyeth 
buried at 
Lethering- 
ham, s. p. 
8' Tho. 
WingfeUd of 
Lethering- 
ham, k.mar. 
.... da. of 
8* Gilbert 
Gerrard; 
2««»y, .... 
da. of S' 
Drew Drew- 
ry, k. some- 
^rme Livete- 
nant of the 
TowOT, and 
of the Privie 
Chamber to 
Q. Eliia- 
beth. 



Mary, 
wiff 
of 8' 
Hen. 
War- 
ner of 
Suff. 

Fran- 
cis, 

wiff of 
WUl'm 
Bar- 
row of 
Suff. 



Eliza, the 
grand Coun- 
tess of 
flhrewes- 
bm^. 



tharine died 
1558, and 
lyeth buried 
at Hoxford in 
Suff. 



I 



Henry 
Wing- 
feUd, 
Esq. 
mar. 
» . . • 
da. of 
.... 
Me- 
tham. 

An- 
thony, 

2 Sonne, by, by 
ob. s. p. his 
WUrm, wiffe, 

3 Sonne da. 
of and 
Charles, cob. of 

.... 
Har- 
bottle. 



Henry 
Wing- 
feUd 
of 

Wan- 
tisden, 
ma. 
Eliz. 
da. 

and h. 
ofTho. 
Ryse- 



TT 

Anthony 
Wing, 
feild, 
Fellow of 
Trinity 
Coll. and 
Proctor; 
was rea- 
der of 
theGreek 
toung to 
Q. Eliza. 
8' John 
Wing- 
feUd, k. 
slain at 
Cales; 
maried 
Susan, 
sister of 
Peri- 
grine 
Berty, 
Lo. WU- 
loughby, 
widow of 
Reginald 
Qr^, 4 
E. of 
Kent. 



I 



— m 

Anne, 
wiff of 
Robert 
Mawe. 

Mar- 
gret, 
wiff of 
Jo. 

8oame 
of 

Wan- 
tisden. 



— I 1 

Heniy Elizab. wiff -of 

Wing- Henr. Nanton, 
feild, Esq.; was Patron- 
mar, esse of Lethering- 
Doro- ham; died 1591, 
thy, and lyeth there 
da. of buried, as appear- 
. . . « eth, whose sonne 
Bacon Henr. Nanton, 
of Esq. Patron of 

Suff. Letheringh'm, 

was father to Rob. 
Nanton, latelyFel- 
low of Trinity 
HaU, and Univer- 
sity Orator. 



1 



Ursula, 
da. 
and 
coh. 
wiffeof 
Edm. 
Houer- 
ings. 
Re- 
ceiver 
to the 
K. 
Mai^ 
gret, 
da. 
and 
coh. 
wiffe 
of 
• . . . 
Grey. 



Rob. 
Wing- 
feUd, 
sonnand 
heir, 
mar. 
Marg- 
ret» da. 
of Roger 
Rosner 
of Suff. ; 

2<'iy, 

Alice, d. 
and coh. 
of .... 
Diake 
of Yard- 
ley in 
Suff. 
widow 
of .... 
Plater; 

Anne, 
da. of 
GUes 
Ashfeld 
of Suff. 



George 
Wing- 
feUd, 
slain 
at Ca- 
les. 

Anto 
Wing- 
feUd, 
un- 
mar- 
ried. 



T 



128 



VISITATION OF 



• . . . Wingfeild, Esq. 
Sonne and h. of S' 
Tho.byS'DrueDru- 

. ries daughter. 

8 daughters by S* 
Drue Druries daugh- 
ter. 

1 da. by S* Gilbert 
Gerard's da. 



8' Harbottle Wingfeild 
of Grofeild in Suff. 
uuLt, • • • • da. of . . . . 
Scriuener of Ipswbh. 

Mary, wiflfe of W». 
Dade, Sonne and heire 
of Tho. Dade of Tan- 
nington in Suff. Esq. 

GUbert WingfeUd. 



1 

Per^^ne 
WingfeUd, 
Sonne and 
h. of S' 
John, was 
borne in 
Flanders. 



d 



Edmond Wingfeild, s. and 
h. by his firste wiffe. 

Anne, wiffe of Hen. Roeing- 
ton, by his first wiffe. 

Anthony Wingfeild, by 
2 wiffe. 

Francis, by 2 wiffe. 

Maiy Maigret, by 2 wife. 



WINGFEILD OF UPTON IN LINCOLNSHIRE. 



S^ Heniy WingfeUd of Orford in Suff. k. 2^ sonne of S' Rob. WingfeUd, maried 

Elizab. daughter of 8' Rob. Rowks of ... . 

T 



Rob. WingfeUd of Vpton in Lincolnshire, Esq. mar. Margery, 
dau. of ... . Quarles of Norff. 



^ 



Rob. WingfeUd of Vpton, Esq. maried Elizabeth, wiffe of 
EUzab. da. of Rich. CeoiU of Burghley Rob. Sampson of 
in Lincoln*, Gent, sister to the great L. Garsar in Lin- 
Treasurer, and was after wife of Ailing- coins, 
ton TinweU in Lincolns. 

T 



1. S' Rob. WingfeUd 
of Vpton, k. who was 
so often chosen one 
of the Burgesses in 
the Parliament Howse, 
and a great speaker 
there, maried Pru- 
dence, da. of S* John 
Crooks of Chilton in 
Buck. k. 



X 



r-n 

2. John WingfeUd of Tittencourt 
in Line. Esq. mar. EUzab. da. and 
h. of Paule Gresham; and to his 

2* wiffe, mar widowe of 

.... Thorold. 

8. Richard WingfeUd, mar 

da. of ... . Rowland. 

Peregrine WingfeUd, a leader in 
the Lowe Countries, ther slain. 



John WingfeUd, Esq. ma- 
ried Anne, da. and ooh. of 
John Calybut, and dweUed 
in the Nunnerie in Stam- 
ford. ^ 

T 



■n 



■n 



EUzabeth, mar. CSiaries, 

1 . to Edw. Morn- Antho- 

son;2<*^'', toCaly- ny, and 

but Downing of a8',wiio 

Stamford in Line, was 

Esq. sUvn : all 

Doroty, wife of w" three 

Adam Claypole diedi 

of Narborrough issue, 
in Line. Esq. 



I n " 

Robert WingfeUd of Vpton, Richard Wingfeild. 
Esq. Sonne and heire. Roger WingfeUd. 



Elizabeth, wife of Tho. Brooas, sonne 
and heire of S' PecksaU Brooas of 
Burefiure in Hampsh. k. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



129 



WINGFEILD OF DUNHAM IN NORFF. 



S' John Wingfeild of Great and Little Dunham in Norff. k. 4*^ sonne of B* John 
Wingfeild of Letheringb"m, k. by bis wife Elizab. Fitz-Lewis, in right of bis wiffe 
Margrett, da. and heire of Rich. Doreward of Ess. Esq. by his wiffe Joan, da. and coheir 
of S' Roger Harsick, Lord of the Mannors of Southacre and both the Dunhams. 

T 



rTT 

Alice, wiffe of John Calybut of 
Castleacre in Norff. father of y* 
John Calybut who by his wiff 
Beatrix, da. of Rob. Hoogan of 
Norff. had issue his dA. and heir 
Susan, wife of Arthur Downing. 

.... wiffe of ... . Gilgate. 

Francis, wiffe of .... Curson 
of ... • 



Thomas Wing- 
feild of Dun- 
ham, Esq. mar. 
.... da. of S' 
Thomas Wood- 
house of Kim- 
berley in Norff. 



I 



— n—i 

Margret, wiffe 

of Nich. Bo- 

hun. 
Alice, wiffis of 

. « • . And* 

ley, 
Margret, wiffe 

of . . • • 

Qrice. 



^I'mWing- 
feUd of Spick- 
worth in 
Norff. mar. 
Bfargret, da. 
of Tho. Pet- 
tinghall of 
Norwich. 



n 

.... wiffe of ... . Townsend of ... . Rob. Wingfeild 

.... wiffe of Geffrey Downing, and of Dunham, 

grandmother of John and Calybut Esq. maried 

Downing, wherof John died s. p.; Elizab. da. of 

and Calybut roar. Eliza, sister of S' .... Golding. 
Rob. Wingfeild of Vpton. =t= 

rTT— I III' 

John Wingfeild, sonne and heire. Vrsula, wiffe of • • . . 

Edmond Wingfeild. Francis, wiffe of ... . 

Jane, wiff of ... . Barwiok. Thomazin. 

Elizabeth, wiffe of ... . Pole. 



John Wing- 
feild, Gent, 
maried .... 
da. of .... 
Townsend of 
Norff. 



Thomas Wing- 
feild, 1 Sonne, 
was slayn at 
Huntingdon. 

Anthony Wing- 
feUd. 



Bagshaw. Anne, da. and heire, 
Arslowe. wiffe of Tho. Atthow 

of Lynne in Norff. 

Counsellor-at-Lawe. 



WINGFIELD OF 



Lodouike Wingfeild of ... . Esq. 9*^ sonne of S' John Wingfbild of Letheriugham, and 
of his wiffe Elizab. FiU- Lewis, mar da. of .... Mao Williams of Suff. Esq. 

I 



T 



George Wingfeild. John Wingfeild .... wiffe, flnit of Anto. Pound .... wiffe 

S'Rich. Wingfeild of .. .. of .... Esq. of Hampdiire; 2^f, of .. .. of.... 

k. mar sister of S' maried .... White of Southwikes in .... Hencage. 

W-. Fitz-Waiiama. =F =t= 




John Wingfeild, sonne Richard Wing- Honora, da. and coheir of Anto da. and 

and heire. feild, Esq. ma- Pound, by bis wiff .... Wing- coheir, wiffe 

Richard Wingfeild, 2* ried . . . . feUd, was wiff of Henry RadcUff, of ... . 

Sonne of S' Richard. 4*^ K. of Sussex, and Knight of Southwicks. 

the Garter. ^ 

I 

Robert Radcliff, 5*^ Rarle of Sussex, and K. of the Garter. 

CAMD. HOC. » 



130 



VISITATION OF 



WINGFEILD OF BRANTHAM. 



S' Humfrey Wingfeild of Brantham Hall in Suff. k. ij<^ sonne of S' John WingfeUd 
and hifl wiffe Elizabeth Fitz-Lewis, was Attoumey to H. 8; and for his great learning, 
24 H. 8, was Prolocutor in the Parlament House ; he maried .... da. and h. of . . . . 
Wisenian of Ess. widuwe of . . . . Edgar, Seriant at Lawe. 



I 

Anne, wiffe of S' Alexander Newton, 

k. ; and being afore wife of ... . War- 
ner, Esq. was mother of S' Hen. 
Warner of Mildenhall in Suff. 



Robert Wingfeild of Bran- 
tham, maried Anne, da. of 
S' Tho. Pargitor, k. who 
was Lord Maior of London. 



Dorothy, wiffe of 
William Caly- 
butt 



rn 

4. Lyonell Wingfeld, 
s. p. 

2. John Wingfeild, ma- 
ried • • . . da. of • . . . 
Gilgate, widow of . . . . 
Shirland, and died 
issue. 



± 



i—n 

Elizabeth, wiff of . . . . Huggen. 

Tho. Wingfeld, mar. Alice, da. of S' 
John Bruse, k. ; but she died s. p. 

Paule Wingfeild was of Clare Hall in 
Cambridge, together with his bro. 
Humf^y, and after a captaine be- 
yond sea, and ther slayne. 



1 

1. Humfrey Wingfeild of 
Brantham, Esq. maried 
Elizab. da. and coh. of S' 
Tho. Neville of Cam- 
bridge, k. descended of 
the Barons of Aberga- 
venny. ^ 



1 

Jane or 

Anne, wiffe 
of . . , . Gil- 
bert of Col- 
chester. 



Humfrey Wing- 
feild of Brantham, 
Esq. now living, 
maried Anne, da. 
of S' John Bruse 
of Wenham in 
Suff. k. 



± 



1 



1 

3. Anthony Wing- 
feild of Winston 
in Suff. maried 
.... da. and heire 
of .... Penny- 
cock, a widowe. 



rJ 



Jane, wiff Humfrey Wing- 
of WilPm feld, sonne and 
Moyes of heire. 
Winston Waiiam Wing- 
in Suff. feld. 
Mary. 



John Wingfeld, sonne and heire. Anne, 1. da. of ... . Wingfeld. 



2d daugliter. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 



131 



WINGFEILD OF KIMBOLTON. 



S' Rich' WiDgfeUd of Kimbolton CasUe in Hunt. k. 12*^ sonne of S* John WingfeUd 
of Letheringh*m, k. and of his wiffe Elizab. Fitz-Lewis ; was Chancellor of the Duchie of 
Lane. ; Lord Deputy of Cailis; and made K. of the Ghuter by Henr. 8. His 1 wiffe was 
Katherine Dutchess of Bedford and BuckinghHn, 6*^ da. and coh. of Rich* Woodvile, £• 
Rivers, widowe first of Henr. Stafford, D. of Buckingham, 2<^*'', of Jasper of Hatfeild, 
D. of Bedford, by whome S' Rich* had no issue ; 2^'', he maried Bridgett, da. and 
heire of S' John Wilshire, and had all his children by her: he is buried at Toledo lA 
Spayne. ^ 



Charles Wingfeild of 
Kimbolton Castle, Esq. 
mar. Jane, sister to 
fitmous S' Francis 
KnoUes, who was Trea- 
surer of the Houshould 
to Q.Eliza, and Knight 
of the Charter. 

_z 



Ill 

Cicely, wife of May- 

denhead of Mayden- 

head. 
Maigrat, wife of S' 

Tho. Newnham, k. ; 

and 2«"y of .... 

Moyleward of .... 
Jane, wife of .... Wol- 

rich of Hunt. Esq. 



Thomas Wingfeild of Kimbol- Anne, 

ton Castle, Esq. mar. Honora, wiffe of 

da. of S' Antho Denney of WiU'm 

Waltha Abbey in Essex, k. Smyth. 
Counsellor of Estate, and one 
of the executors to K. Henry 8. 

T 



rr 



Thomas Maria 
WingfeUd, Esq. 
so christened by 
Q. Mary and 
Cardinal! Poole, 
mar. % • . . da. of 
.... Kerry of 
Yorkshire. 



Jaques 

Wing- 

f!rild,M' 

of the 

Ord. 

nance in 

Ireland, 

died 

issue. 



1 

Lau- 
rence 
Wing- 
feUd, 
maried 
• • . . 



Edward Maria WingfeUd, Tnmar- 
ried, now living. 

Thomas Maria WingfeUd, neers 
Kimbolton Castle, mar. E. Tra- 
vildo de Susnett in Over IseU, an 
outlandish woman. 



Riehaid 
Wing- 
feUd. 



S' Edward WingfeUd of Kimbolton GasUe, 
k. the great warriour, mar. Mary, da. of S' 
James Harrington of Exto in Rutl. sister of 
Jo. Lo. Harringt5 of Exton. 

I 



wife of 



W©1- 



— n m 

James Wing- • . . 

feUd. rich. 

Robert Wing- .. .. wiffeof Tho. Lewke- 

feUd. nor of Suff. 



f I ' ■ ill 

S' James Wingfbild of Kimboltft Castle, k. now Robert Wing- Edward WingiiikL 

liuing, maried .... da. of Fmncls Biukn of feild. Charles WingfeUd. 

Cambridge, h^i CounsellorHit-Lawe. Arthur WingfeUd. 



VIHITAIKJK ( 



Jahes, by the gmx of God Kiag ot England, Seolluid, Frauncci, and Inlauil, Oe- 
hudur (it [)iB Fayth, &o. To our truMy and welbeloied aervaunt William Camden, 
E«quiro, >urniLmed CEuericieuli, Kiuge ot AnoM of tlie eut, »'e«l, ind toulh parti of 
our realme at Englaad, fnmi the i^er ot Trent laulhward, and la all other our loiing 
■ubjectB, greeting. Fonamucliu God of bis greUdemency»ndgoodiieBhMb tubjectcdlo 
cur empire and governauncc the Nobility, People, and Comoni of this Kealme of Rngland, 
wee luynding of our royal] uid abulute power (o u* comytted to vlsite, survey, and viewe 
throughout all our realme of England, and other our dominione, u well for a due order 
to be kept and obflerred ia ail thingea touching the office and duetyee apperlayuing to 
Anuea, sialuifur refomuitiaa of dyvera uid sondrie abutea and dborden daily ariiing Mid 
growing for wunt ot ordiuario Viaitatious, Surveii.and Viewc* in tjmea convenient, accord- 
ing to the auncient forme uid laudable cuitome of Iho laaia ot Anuet ; and that the 
nobility ot thii reatnie may bee preaerved in eierie degree u appertaynelh aa well in 
boDOur u in woi^ip ; and that every person and person*, bodyes politique, corponte, uid 
others may bee the better huowne in hit and their eitate, degree, and miiteiye, without 
eonfuiion or diiKirder, have therefore constituted, depul«d. ordayned, xnd appointed Ibr 
US and ill our name oor aajd welbeloved aervaunt William Camden, Esqnier, aUu 
Cluencieuli. King ot Annes in the aayd east, weit, and sooth parta of our Reslme of 
EngUnd, from the aayd lyier ot Trent southward, to visite all the sayd Trovince. and the 
parts and members thereof, appertayniog to the o^'ce and charge ot the uid Clarencienla 
KIngc of Arnica, from tyme tu lyme, as often and when as be iball thluke most neceasaris 
and convenient for (he same ; and nut only to enter into all cbimhet, castles, hausoi, and 
other plscea at his discretion, lo peruse and take knowledge, nirvej, and iriewe of ftll 
mauuer of anuia, oogniiances, crests, and other devyses of Armes of all and singular oar 
Buhjecta, as well bodyes politique as others, within the siyd Province, of wbat digni^ or 
degree, atale, or misterie soever they bee, lawfully authorised to have, use, or beare any 
aneh anoee, cogniiaQocei, cnxu, and other like devyses, with the not« of their discents, 
pedigrees, and manages ; and the same to enter of record in a Register fiooke of Annea, 
accor<liiig to such order as is prescribed and sett forth in the o^roe, charge, and oatbe 
taken by our said sorvaunt at bis creation and coronation ; but also to correct, oomplroU, 
and reformealt manner of armes. crests, cognizances, and devyses, unlawfoU or nnlawfulljr 
usurped, liome. or taken by any manner person or penons within Iho same Proitnoe, 
contrary lu the due order of the lawc of Armes ; and the same to revrne, pull downo. or 
Otlierwise delsoe, at his discretioa, as well in cote armn, helme, standards, penoona, aud 
halKlimenls of tool and paiiliona, as also in plate, jewelli. paper, parchmont, windowes, 
graitaloncs, and monumonls, or elsewhere whensoever they bee sell ur jdaeed, whether 



scutch 






), squa 



rules, priviledgea. snd or^lom of A 
ind graiini to the sayd Clarcnrleu 






IIINTINQUUNSHIKE A. L). ItJlS. 



133 



iinptrull, aud D 



iiibmuUB Uj prucUmatiun 



m liid and 



likewue to 



(in«er Bud BUthoritj to 
iiiaile B( the Anizf« ur genciall Sosion; 

keplp. or al suck other place or plac« aa h« or they (bull thinks m 
iirent, >ll and oil maiiDBr of peison or penoni that unlavfull; aud v 
Tocation, or due calling, doe or hare, or ahail lunrpe, to take up] 
mantivr of title of honor or dignitlo, as esquier, gcntlenuui, or o 
rafonne and comptroU all such as at anj funenll* or intcrremenli shall use or wears an; 
ntaanijog appnrell, as gowDea, hoodes, tippetts. or such like, oontiv^ to the ordrr ljmitle>d 
and preacribfid in the t^e of the Most Xoblfl Prince Kinge Henry, of famous memoiy, 
tbe Smventb, our grsndhthvr, otlierwtte or in an; other sort then to their ustala and 
dcgrea doth appertayne. And furthermore, hj these praents wee prolilbit and Fbrbid that 
no payntar. glasjer, gouldsmylh, giBTW, or anj other art^cer, vrhalsoeTOT bee or they 
tiee, within the >ayd jiroTioce of the ujd ClareneieDli, shall lake uppon them to pajnle, 
gnoe, glase, derjse, or sett forth byany wajes or rouneaanje manner of armes, oreats. cog- 
niuncn, pedigrees, or other deijses appertaining to the o^co of Armes, otherwlso or in 
anj other fonrroe or manner then Ihej may lawfully doe and shalboe allowed bj the aayd 
CUrencieuli, his depnt; or deputies, according to the anncient Uwes and staluta of 
annn; and wee forbyd and straightly u&maunde aiJ our sheriSs, comiuionen, arch- 
deaoona. oi^talla, iciyvenoun, cUrlu, wryten, or other wbaliuever Ihcjr bee, to call, 
name, or write in an; aiaiie, seasyona, court, or other open place or places, or else to use 
In anj writing the addition of eaquyre or genllemao, unlnsc the; bee able to stand unto 
•ndjuatille the same b; [he laws of Armea of our realme, or else bee aacerteyned thereof 
by adiertysemeiit in writing fmm the sayd Clarencieuli King of Amies, or his deputye 
or deputyee, attorney or allomeyn ; and further wee KnUglitty charge and comannde that 
no other person or penona abatl intromytt or meddle with any thlngo or thfnges touching 
and coneemiiig tbe office of Armea within the sayd Prorinee, without special] iycencc and 
■nthoi^tie of the sayd Clarenciealx, In writing, under the seale of the uyd olT^ce Hnt had 
■Dd obUyned from the uyd Clareneieuli ; all the which aayd power, prehcniyiieiice, juris- 
diction, and nulhoritie above apecifred, for ui, onr hejres, and »uMa«»oi», war diie give 
and graiint by theise pmanla (o the nyd William Camden, alias Clareocteulx, during hli 
nalursll brfe, in as large and ample manner and forme in eierie thinge and thing* u any 
hi* predeeeason, or aoye other bearing the name or tylle of (tiareneieuli, hare or hod, dyd 
or might doe by force of any letters patents graunled by any of our predeoessors, or as of 
right hee or they ouglil or might hate used (o due anil exercise by force of his nyd olRoe, 
with all manner of pro^rtla, ailiantagaa, and emoluments thereunto helonging; Wherefore 
wee will and stnUghtly charge and cSmaunde all and singular our juatina, sheryib, 
luayuni, liayiifb, and all utlier onr of^cen, myiiiaten, and conatablea, and all and ererie 
our loiing (ubjeda, that in the execution of ll>e iiremiasea they effectually employe their 
boat ayds, asaiitaanou. (UrIbDranee, and counaayle to our sayd aervaunt, hb deputye or 
deputya, K> often and when aa hee or any of Ihem riiall require the same, in all thai they 
conrcnlenll; may, as Ihey lender our fctour, ami will aunfwere the contrary at their 
pwill 1 and further, by theise preaanta we« doe anlliorite our sayd serraont to nominate 
Ud af poinl, under (lie >«al* of his aayd offiee, to matiy depotyee or atlDrncya a* shalbe 



134 VISITATION OF 

tlioagfat to him expedioit, for tl»e better execntioci of aU and Mngnbr the premiflsos ; and 
if there fortune to fidl out in €tm VintatioD any manner of scmi^ donbte, qaeetion, or 
any miedemeanor of any penon or p e«» ou> wh ata o e ter that cannot bee conTenieotly bee 
decided or ended by our aayd ju i a nnt, or by sach depatye or dq>atyes, or attorneys, as 
bee under the scale of his aayd olfyee shall name and a{^Knnt, then our mynde and plea- 
sure is that our sayd aerraunt, his depntye, de po ty e s, or attnmeyes named as is aforeeayd, 
shall oomannd such p qs ous or p qs ous wfaome the aayd question, scrapie, or misde- 
meanor shall cooceme, under a eertcine payne, and at a oerten daye, to appeare before 
the Eari Marshall of Engfamd for the tyme, before wfaome the aayd scrapie, question, or 
misdemeanour shalbe heard and ordered, according to the lawes and castome of Armes 
in that case prorided, and of anncient tyme used, any statute, lawe, proclamation, cas- 
trane or usage to the contrary in any vise notwithstanding. In witnes whereof, wee 
hav« caused these our letters to bee made patents. Witnes ourselfe, at Harfeild, the 
tyfih day of August, in the fynt yere of our raigne of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, 
and of Scotland the searen and thii^reth. 



per bre de priTato SigiUo, &c. LUK YN. 

Exalaf per Thomam Marten. 



CLABBfCBUX DBPUTATION TO LANCASTER HEBALD OF ARMES. 

To all to whome this presente writinge shall come, William Camden Esquire, al*s 
Clarenoieulx Kinge of Armes of the east, west, and south parts of the realme of England, 
from the river of Trent southward, greeting in our Lord Grod eyerlasting. Whereas our 
SoTeraigne Lord Kinge James, the Kinges Ma^* that now is, by his Higfanes Letters 
Patents under the Great Scale of England, bearing date at Harfoild, the fifth daye of 
August, in the first yeare of his Highnes reigne, hath constituted, deputed, ordeined, and 
appointed the sayd William Camden, by the name of his said welbeloved senraunt William 
Oamden Esquire, alias Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes in the said east, west, and south 
parts of the realme of England, from the sayd riyer of Trent southward, to viaite all the 
sayd Province, and the parts and members thereof appertayning to the office and charge 
of the sayd Clarenoieulx Kinge of Armes, from tyme to tyme, as often and when as bee 
shall thinke most neoessarie and convenient for the same ; and not onely to enter into all 
churches, castles, houses, and other places at his discretion, to perase and take knowledg, 
iurveye, and viewe of all manner of armes, oognizaunces, crestes, and other devises of armes, 
of all and singular his Highnes subjects, as well bodies poUitique as others within the aayd 
Province, of what dignitie or degree, estate, or mysterie soever they bee, lawfrilly au> 
thorised to have, use, or beare any such armes, cognisances, crests, and other like devises, 
with the notes of their discents, pedegreee, and marriages ; and the same to enter of record 
in a register booke of armes, according to such order as is prescribed and sett forth in the 



devil 



It also lo correct, compti 
iwriili Di 



I1CNTINGD0N8HIKE A. I), 1013. 



h Uken bjhiaUighnunydie 



witliin tbe ume Provic 



mlrnvfully usurped, bomtiT ur tabeu by ai 






. bii dincretion, an wi 
A and pavitioiUr oauIi 



3' penon oc per- 



[he law of Arme*. ai 



leild, Bchochen 



Bnge, iqiiart, nnidell. 



same to revene, pull downe, or olliei 
helnie, ItandardB, pennons, and liatcIimeDli 
paper, panbment, wimlowtn, grave-Moae 
tbey bee lOtt or placed, wbelber tbej bee ii 
or olbsruiBe hoWBOever. contmrie lo Ilu) antiquitia and auucieot lawea, ciulomea, ruin, 
pri>iledga), and ordvn o/ Arma; aod further, his Highnas hath giien and graunted to 
the aaid Clarcnciouli full power and aulhoritie to reprove, controwle, and make infUnou* 
bj pracUnution to bee mads al the auiiea or geneiall aeuions nilhin tbe nme bii Pro- 
lincD 111 bee had and kept, or at aurb other place or place* a> bee or thej ahall tliinka 
nuMt meets and mnvenient, all and all manner of permn or penona that unlau-fullj and 
Hithout juKt autboritie, vocalion, or dewe calling, doe or bavs done, or ahall luurpe or 
lake uppon him or tbem anj^ manner of litle, honour, or diuoit;. ai evjuire, gentleman. 
And likewiae to rofomie and contrawle all such aa at anj> funerall or internneaU ihaJI uw 
or weare any monming apparell, aa gownes, hoods, lippeltB, or such like, contmrio to the 
order lyniilled and prcecrihed In the lytoe of tbe moat noble Prince King Ilsnrie, of 
fimaua mcmorie, the SeaTcnlh, otlierwiie or in any other lort then lo their eatatH and 
degree* dolh or sliall appertajne ; and fnrtbennore, his Higboea dotb prohibite and forbid 
thai no palnlar, gluier, goaldimith, graver, or any other nrttlieer. whatsoeicr bee or they 
bee, within the said Province of the taid CUmnciealx, thall take npon Ihem tu puate, 
gnve, glase. devise, or sell fourth by any wayea or mean» any manner of ann«, creoU, 
eDgoiiaures, peilegreee, or other devise appertayning to the Office of Armee, otherwise or 
in anj other forme or manner then Lbcy may Liwfiilly dee and ihalbee allowed by the sayd 
Claroncieuli, his deputie or depotiea, according In the aoncient lawes and aUtntea of 
■rmn; and hU Highnca dolh fortiid and atieightly oomaund all therillh. comiiuooera, 
arch-deaeans, oKcialla, acrivenera, clork», writeia, or otbaia, whalaocvcr Ihcy bee, lo 
call, name, or write in any auiie. seanions, conrt, and other open place or places, or elie 
to oae in any flriling, the addition of esquire or gcntlemau. unleve they be* abbi lo stand 
unto and juMifle (be lame by tbe law of Arme* of hi* Higtinn aayd Realme, or else lo bee 
aaaertentd thereof by advcrtbenient in writing trom the sayd ClarenclouU Kinge of 
Armea, hia dcpotiu or depnliea, attorney ur altomyes. And furthermore, hi* HigliDes doth 
stnjghtly charge and conuund Ihnt no other penon or penona ahall inlmmill or meddl* 
in Boj iMnge ur thingea touching or concerning Ibe ORIce of Anuea, within tlie sayd 
Provinc*, without apcclall lioence and autboritie of the >*yd Olarencleuli, in writing, 
undar Uie aeale of tbe aajd olBco Drat had and nbteyned from the Bid Clamncionli: all 
the which aayd power, prehemiiiunoH, juriaiiiction, and aulborilio aboio r«cited, his 
lliglinai. lor himaelte, hi* heiree, and sucrsMon, dolh give and graunl to tbs sayd 
William Camden, al** Clarencieuli, during the Dsturall life uf Ilio aayil ClaroncieuU, In 
as large and ample manner and lonne in cicry thingo and tliingva an any lib predeeoson, 
or any olhsi hearing tbs name or till* of Clarancieuli, have or had, did or miKht doe by 



136 VISITATION OF 

force of any letten patents graunted hy any of his Highnes predecessors, as of right hee or 
they ought or might have used to doe and exercise by force of his sayde office, with all 
manner of proffitts, adyantages, and emoluments thereunto belonging, as by the sayd 
recited letten patents, amongst other thinges, further power and authorittie thereby 
graunted and therein conteyned more at large it doth and will appeare. Now kmow yes, 
that the said William Camden, al's Clarencieulx, for divers good causes and considera- 
tions him thereunto moving, hath appointed, constituted, ordeyned, deputed, and made, 
and by theis presents doth appoint, constitute, ordeyne, depute, and make Nicholas 
Charles, al*s Lancaster Herauld, and his assignes, his true and lawfull maishall, deputie 
and deputies, attorney and attomyes, in and for the sayd office of Clarencieulx King of 
Armes, within the severall counties of Huntingdon and Cambridg, and not elsewhere, 
lawfully to doe, execute, exercise, performe, and finishe all and everie act, deed, thinge, 
and things whatsoever, needftil, requisite, or neoessarie to bee executed, done, and per- 
formed, touching or concerning all or any the premisses before recited and mentioned or 
conteined in and by the sayd recited Letters Patents, for and during one whole yeare now 
next ensuing, (if the sayd William Camden, al's Clarencieulx, shall so long live,) except 
only graunting and confirming of Armes and Crests ; and also that the sayd Nicholas 
Charles, al*8 Lancaster, and his assignes, shall and may take and receive, to the use of 
the said William Camden, aPs Clarencieulx, all fees, duties, proffits, and conmiodities 
whatsoever accrewing, cominge, growing, or arising unto the sayd William Camden, al*s 
Clarencieulx, by vertue of the office aforesayd, by or uppon any Visitation or Visitations 
within the said counties of Huntingdon and Cambridg aforesayd, during and untill the 
nyne and twentieth daye of September, which shalbee in the yeare of our Lord God one 
thousand sixe hundred and foureteene (except before excepted), in as ample manner and 
forme in all respects as the said William Camden, al*s Clarencieulx, may, might, or could 
doe in any wise. In witnes whereof, the said William Camden, al's Clarencieulx, hath 
hereunto sett his hand and scale of his office aforesayd, dated the two and twentieth daye 
of July, 1618, and in the eleaventh yeare of our sayd Sov^eigne Lord James, by the grace 
of Gkxl Kinge of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c and of Scot- 
land the sixe and fortieth. 

WILUAM CAMDEN, CLARENCEUX, 

King of Armes. 

Sealed and delivered in the presence 
of mee, 
H. Davies, notary publiqe. 
Marmadukb Nandtkb. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE A. D. 1613. 137 



TO THE BITLIF OF THB UUNDRBD OP NOB)iANCROSSB, OR TO HIS DBPUTIB 

OR DEPOTIBB TDERE. 

By vertue of His Ma*^ Ck>mi8Bion, vnder y* Great Seale of England, you ■hail warne 
theis knights, esquires, and gentlemen (whose names are under written) to appeare 
personally before mee, Lancaster Herald, manhall to CUrenoieux King of Armes, at 
Stilton, within your Hundred of Normancrosse, on Tuesday next, being the xyij*** daye of 
August, at nine of the clock before noone the same daye, at the house of William Randall, 
being the signe of the Angell, in the sayd towne of Stilton, whereas (God willing) I doe 
intend to sitt for the better registring of all the gentlemen within your Hundred, and to 
bringe with them stich their armes and crests as they now use and beare, with their 
discents, pedigrees, and patentee of armes, and other their evidences as may justify the 
same if need require : to the intent that I, knowing how they use and challeng the names 
of esquires and gentlemen, and beare their coates of armes, may accordingly take notice 
thereof, and record the same, and to disclayme all those that fedsely and without true 
ground have usurped or taken the title of esquires or gentlemen uppon them, according 
to the tenor of His Ma**'* Cdmission aforcsayd, and to retume the names of such as shall 
refuse, if any such there bee, that I may proceed against them, as my Gomission bindeth 
mee in y' behalfe for such contempts ; and hereof charge them not to &ile, as they will 
avoyd the perill that may ensue of any their contempts herein. Yeoven under my hand 
the xiiij*^ day of August, Anno D^i 1613. 



THB PROCLAMATION FOR DISCLAYMINU OF SUCH AB HAVK USURPED THE TITLE OF OBNTLRMEIf. 

The King*s Most Excellent Ma*>* being desirous that the nobility and gentry of this bis 
realme should bee preserved in every degree as well in honor as in worship, and that every 
person and personns, bodyes corporate and others, should bee knowne in their estates and 
mysteries, without confusion and disorder, hath authorized mee, Lancaster Herald, as 
marshall and deputy to Clarenceux, Kinge of Armes of the south parts of this realme of 
England, not onely to visite all this sayd Province, to peruse and take knowledg, survey, 
and view of all manner of armes, cognizances, and crests, and other like devises, with the 
notes of the discents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein 
throughout contcyned, but also to reprove, controwlc, and make infamous by proclama- 
tion all such as unlawfully and without just authority, vocation, or due calling, doe or 
have done, or shall usurpe or take upon them any name or title of honour or dignity, as 
esquire or gentleman, or other, as by his Highnes gratious Cdmission under the Greate 
Seale of England, more plainely may appeare. Know yee therefore that I, the said Lan- 

CAMD. 80C. T 



138 VISITATION OF HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 

caster Herald, for the accomplishment of his Ma''** desire, and furtherance of his Highnes 
service that way, at this present making Surrey within the county of Huntingdon, have 
found these persons whose names are hereunder written, presumptuously and without any 
good ground or authority to have usurped the name and title of gentlemen contrary to all 
right, and to the auncient custome of this land, and the usage of the law of armes; which 
name and title they are from henceforth no more to use or take upon them, upon such 
further paine and perill, as by the Earle Marshall, or his Ma**** most honorable c5mis- 
noners for the executing of the office of earl marehall of England, shalbee inflicted and 
layd upon them : whereof also I thought good hereby to advertise all other his Ma**** good 
and loving subjects within the sayd county, that as they tender his Highnes pleasure and 
desire in this behalfe, they from henceforth shonne and avoyd the like, and forbear to use 
in any writing or otherwise the addition of an esquire or gentleman, unlesse they bee 
able to jnstifle the same by the law of armes and the law of the realme. Given at Stilton, 
the xvij*^ day of August, Anno D^i 1613. 



Wheaeas by vertue of a odmission under the Great Seale of England, you were warned 
by the bayliff of the Hundred of Normancrosse, to appeare before mee Lancaster Herald 
of Armes, at Stilton, where I satt in his Ma**** behalf and service to register all the gentle- 
men of name and of annes within the sayd Hundred according to the tenour of his Ma**** 
nyd Ck>mi88ion, and to disclayme all such as fSsLlsely and without good ground have usurped 
the name and title of gentlemen. Now forasmuch as you have made default of your 
appearance, to the hinderance of his Ma**** ser\-ice and contempt of the Great Seale of 
England, these are to comaunde you in his Ma**** name, that you appeare personally on 
the first daye of November next ensuing the date hereof, before the Earle Marshall of 
England, there to aunswere your contempts ; and hereof ffiylc you not, as you >%ill forfeito 
tenne pounds the man unto the King's Ma*'*, or any other the perills that may ensue of 
any their contempts. Geuen at Stilton, the xvij*** day of August, Anno D'ni 1613. 



INDEX. 



Aulkmondbnry Church, Anns in the 
windows of, 46. 

Barnewell, Excerpta ex Registro Prio- 
ratus de Juxta Cantabrigiam, 49. 

Beyill, Robert!, de Sawtrey, ex ohartis, 
5—11, 43, 44, 45. 

Bradenell de Deen, Thorns, mil. et baro- 
netti, ex chartis et evidentiis, 82 — 86. 

Buckworth Charch, Arma in the windows 
of, 45. 

Camden, William, Clarencienx, Commis- 
sion to him for his Visitation, 132. 

his Deputation to Lancaster He- 
rald at Arms, 134. 

Charles, Nich. Letter of, to Mr. Robt. 
Castleof Olatton, 111. 

Clarke, John, t. Hen. VII. Arms of, 30. 

Conington Church, Arms in the windows 
of, A.D. 1613, 24. 

Coton, Note of charters relating to the 
Family of, 23, 75, 76. 

Cotton, Arms of, upon an ancient basin 
and ewer at Conington, 25. 

Dodington Church, Arms upon a monu- 
ment and in the windows at, 48. 

Elton, Arms in the windows of the House 
and Church of, 14. 

Holme Church, Inscription in a window 
of, 23, 53. 

Huntingdon, Seal of the Town of, 1. 

Arms in St Benet^ Church 



at, 93. 



in the Church of Allhallows, 



94 



Kimbolton Church, Arms in, 22. 
Lancaster Herald, summonsof, to the Bay- 
liff of the Hund. of Normancroese, 137. 



Lancaster Herald, Proclamation of, for 
disclayming of such as have usurped 
the title of Gentlemen, 137. 
Pedigrees. 

Ap Rhese, 31. 

Astrie, 98, 99. 

Audley, 54. 

Baldwyn, 58. 

Beaumys, 16. 

Bedell, 88. 

BelUy, 122. 

Best, 65. 

BeviU, 8, 9, 116. 

Beijpies, 77. 78. 

Bolton, 55. 

Broughton, 81. 

Browne, 95. 

Calton, 40. 

Castle, 111. 

Clifton, 4. 

Cotton, 26, 27, 28. 

Cromwell, 79, 80. 

Cropley, 59. 

Deyer, 69, 70, 71. 

Edwards, 113. 

Fawkener, 36. 

FolvUe, 76. 

Forster, 56. 

Powberge, 104. 

G(ermin, 106. 

Chrace, 21. 

Herbert, 17. 

Heme, 97. 

Hetley, 108. 

Holoot, 21. 

HuUook, 108. 

Jackmaa, 105. 



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INDEX. 



Pedigrees. 

Jawdrell, 66. 

Kaye, 33. 

Knowles, 101. 

Kryell, 113, 114. 

Leete, 67. 

Loathe, 11. 

Luke, 60, 61. 

Marshall, 34. 

Moyne, 78. 

NaUour, 96, 109, 110. 

Paris, 62. 

Payne, 64. 

Pikering, 19. 

Pratt, 37. 

Palter, 101. 

Rooe, 92. 

Rous, 103. 

St. John, 2. 

Sapcotts, 12. 

Skeggs, 63. 

Slade, 20. 

Stones, 101. 

Taylarde, &o. 87—91. 

Throckmorton, 123. 

Torkyngton, 102. 

Tiyce, 107. 

Turbervyle, 67. 

Tjrringham, 116, 116. 

Walden, 18. 

Whalley, 86. 

Whitbrooke, 72. 

Williams, 20. 

Wingfield, 112. 

Wingfield of Wingfield CasUe, 126. 

Wingfield of Upton in Lincolnshire, 
128. 

Wingfield of Dunham in Norfolk, 129. 

Wingfield of 129. 

Wingfield of Brantham, 130. 

Wingfield of Kimbolton, 131. 
St. Neot, Arms in the Church of, 47. 
Sawtrey, Arms in Laurence Farron^s 
house at, 12, 13. 



Seals of 

Nig. de Amundeville, 121. 

Rob. de Bellomanso, 29. 

WiU. BeviU, 44. 

Tho. de Beuyle, 117. 

BeyyUl, 116. 

Humfr. de Bohun, com. Heref. 
100. 

Joh. Burcy, 68. 

Abb. S. Pet. de Burgo, 43. 

Joh. Bussy, miL 67. 

Will. Ck>meweUe, 119. 

Ric. de Ck>mubia, 119. 

Ric. Drewe, 30. 

Town of Huntingdon, 1. 

Joh. fil. Galfndi, 100. 

Alic. ux. Hug. of the Stok, 120. 

Tho. at Lathe, 29. 

Giles de Merc, 121. 

Will, de Mero, 120. 

Ric. Nevill com. Warrew. dom. de 
Bergeuenny, 74. 

Joh. Reynes, miL 84. 

Tho. Reynes, 84. 

Pet de Scudemore, 82. 

Tho. Segvinton, 117. 

Henr. Strete, 86. 

Joh. de Tilneye, 29. 

Tho. de Trentham, 119. 

Beatr. de Waldechef, 11. 

Joh. Waldeschef, 118. 

Walt, de Wasdngele, 29. 
Southoo Church, Arms taken from, 41, 

42. 
Stilton Church, Inscription in the windows 

of, 23. 
Stoughton Church, Arms in the windows 

of, 61. 
Stoughton Magna, Arms from Sir William 

Dyer's hall at, 63. 
Walton, Arms in the Church of, 73. 
Wesenham, Notes of Charters relating to 
tho Family of, 26. 



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