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251 Name: Oriel Bailey Record Type: Burial Estimated Death Date: abt 1854 Burial Date: 9 Nov 1854 Age: 70 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1784 Parish or Poor Law Union: Battersea St George the Martyr Borough: Wandsworth Register Type: Parish Register
 
Bailey, Oriel
 
252 MP Derby Bailey, Thomas
 
253 Reference: Essex Record Office 51 BR 27 CHIPPERFIELD, Francis, Clavering, 1778. Will of Frances Chipperfield, widow.


From IGI:
More probably the Frances born Thaxted? eg cousin of there?
Frances Banes:
Christening: 25 FEB 1706 Thaxted, Essex, England
Father: George Banes Family
Mother: Sarah Claidon

or

FRANCES BAINES:
Christening: 20 MAY 1711 Great Dunmow, Essex, England
Father: JAMES BAINES Family
Mother: ELIZABETH



George Banes
Male Family
Birth: About 1680 Of, Thaxted, Essex, England
Marriages:
Spouse: Sarah Claidon Family
Marriage: 1705 Thaxted, Essex, England



Possibilities for Richard on IGI ??
Richard Baines - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: About 1720 Of, Saffron Walden, Essex, England

RICHARD BAYNES - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 10 MAR 1727 Rocking, , Essex, England

Richard Banes - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1690 Of, Thaxted, Essex, England

 
Baines, Frances
 
254 Sarah apparently dies about 1717. Did George re marry and new wife is Mary. Baptises childen as George in Thaxted in 1723??

Thaxted Parish Registers:
George Bains singleman and Sarah Claidon singlewoman both of this parish were married ye 24th February 1705.
 
Baines, George
 
255 Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840
1668 BANES JN WENHAM AN THAXTED ESSEX 
Baines, John
 
256 Has a brother Richard Baynes??
Item
Dates of Creation 29/30 October 1759
Scope and Content Conveyance (Lease and Release), for £100, with Bond of Indemnity, 30 October 1759
Lawrence Hills of Thaxted, butcher, and Richard Baines of Pounce Hall, Saffron Walden
Messuage in occupation of John Turpin in Hempstead near the pound between lands of William Harvey on N. and messuage in occupation of Wm. Ward, belonging to poor of Hempstead on S., abutting E. on highway leading from Radwinter to Steeple Bumpstead

Wills
Level: Item Will of RICHARD BAYNES of Saffron Walden, yeoman
Reference Code D/ACW 33/7/9
Dates of Creation 19 June 1777
Title [Will of RICHARD BAYNES of Saffron Walden, yeoman]
Date From 1777
Date To 1777

Item Reference Code D/AMW 16/4/17 Dates of Creation 5 July 1756 Title [Will of Millecent Salmon of BROXTED, widow] Date From 1756 Date To 1756
Will of Millicent Salmon 1756
Mentions Elizabeth, Anne, Richard and Mary Millicent Baynes children of her neice Betty Bayes.
Kinsman Richard Poole of Magdalen Laver.
 
Baines, Millicent
 
257 Memorial Canterbury Cathedral, Kent
"Here lies the Lady Thornhurst, who was sometime wife of Sir Richard Baker of Sissinhurst, in the county of Kent, who had issue, by the said Sir Richard, two daughters, the Lady Grisogone Lenard, and the Lady Cecily Blount, who departed this present world in the month of May 1609, She then being of the Age of sixty Years."

... on it is her effigies lying at full length, her head reclining on her right hand, and in her left a book; above is that of a man kneeling, with his hands joined and uplisted, he is clad in armour with his sword and spurs on. Underneath her figure, on one side the base, is that of dame Grisogone Lennard; on the other, that of dame Cicely Blunt, both kneeling in the full dress of the times.

From: 'Monuments in the cathedral', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11 (1800), pp. 383-424. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63674 Date accessed: 27 July 2012. 
Baker, Cecily
 
258 Any connection??
Reference No.
78/12
Title
Release of land in Seend and Melksham, Wiltshire as marriage settlement: Lawrence Baker, Robert Jeffries, Anne Baker, William Jeffries, Henry Axford.
Date
28 Mar.1696
 
Baker, Grace
 
259 Mentioned in will of brother in law Francis Hopkins.
Possibility??
Will of Robert Baker, Gentleman of Wallingford , Berkshire Date 19 May 1796
Mentions son Robert, niece Elizabeth Wilmot, daughter Mrs Wintle? 
Baker, Robert
 
260 Grocer, mentioned in the will of Ann Brown, Aldbourne as husband of her sister-in-law

Will of Thomas Baker of Abington Grocer PRO 11/1811
Mentions wife Mary, brother in law Thomas Brown of South Frawley, Berkshire and children Mary Ann Eliza William Thomas Stephen Frances john And Anna Maria Strong. 
Baker, Thomas
 
261 Daughter of Dr. Walter Balquanquill (1586-1645)


BALCANQUAL, WALTER, an eminent Episcopalian divine of the seventeenth century, the son of the Rev. Walter Balcanqual, mentioned above, born in Edinburgh about 1586. .. He commenced his studies at the university of Edinburgh, where, in 1609, he took his degree of M.A. He afterwards entered at Pembroke Hall, Oxford, as a bachelor of divinity, and was admitted a fellow, September 8, 1611... In 1617 he was appointed master of the Savoy, in the Strand, London; and in 1618 he was sent by his majesty to the synod of Dort. .. In March 1624, he obtained the deanery of Rochester, and afterwards in May 1639, he was made dean of Durham. .. In 1638 he accompanied the marquis of Hamilton, the king’s commissioner, to Scotland in the capacity of chaplain; .... On July 29, 1641, he and five other gentlemen were denounced as incendiaries by the Scottish parliament. He was afterwards exposed to much persecution from the English Puritans, and after being plundered, sequestrated, and forced to fly from London, he went to Oxford, and for some years shared the waning fortunes of his sovereign. He died at Chirk castle, Denbighshire, on Christmas day, ... and a splendid monument was subsequently erected to his memory in the parish church of Chirk, by Sir Thomas Middleton.-(Steven’s History of Heriot’s Hospital.)

... Stuarta Balcanquall was dau. and coheir of Dean Walter Balcauquall. See the baptism of their first child 21 July 1643. Sir Thomas and Stuarta (who was his first wife) were parents also of Thomas Thynne, who eventually succeeded to Longleat, and is so well known to posterity as "Tom of Ten Thousand." ....The Dean died 25 Dec. 1645, and was buried at Chirk, co. Denbigh.


Name: Walter Balcanqual College: PEMBROKE Born: 1586 Died: 25 Dec 1645 More Information: Adm);> at PEMBROKE, 1610. S. of Walter, minister of St Giles, Edinburgh. B. there c. 1586. M.A. (Edinburgh) 1609. Fellow of Pembroke, 1611-9. B.D. (Cambridge) 1616; D.D. 1621 (Lit. Reg. APop(p2,120,144);>). Incorp. :APop(p3,130,156);> at Oxford, 1618. Chaplain to the King. Master of the Savoy, 1617. Delegate to the Synod of Dort, 1618. V. of Harston, Cambs., 1615; of Waterbeach, 1617. V. of Goudhurst, Kent, 1625. Of Adisham, Kent. Dean of Rochester, 1625. R of Kingston, Kent, 1632. V. of Boxley, 1640-4. Dean of Durham, 1639. Married, at Bishopsbourne, Sept. 21, 1624, Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Aucher, and widow of Sir Wm Hamilton. Sequestered during the Rebellion and retired to Oxford. Died at Chirk Castle, Denbighshire, Dec. 25, 1645. M.I: APop(p4,70,84); there. (D.N.B.-an astonishing article, omitting all his parish preferments and assigning him to Pembroke, Oxford.)
 
Balcanquall, Stuarta
 
262 ?
Salisbury St Edmund: 1722. Married Samuel Davison, of Trowbridge, & Elizabeth Ballard, of Bratton, Lic
 
Ballard, Elizabeth
 
263 Reference:PROB 11/1041/17 Description: Will of John Ballard, Gentleman of Imber , Wiltshire Date: 02 April 1778

JOHN BALLARD, of Imber, co. Wilts, gentleman, bequeathes to his sister, Mary Drewett, widow, his leasehold tenement, held for lives under the Duke of Queensbury, consisting of 2 yardlands at Wedhampton, co. Wilts, purchased of Thomas Bruges, to hold to her, her executors, administrators and assigns for the remainder of interest at his decease ; and also ^500 to be paid to her 12 months after his decease. To his sister-in-law, Mary Powell, widow, his copyhold estate of 2 yardlands in Wedhampton, held by copy of Court Roll under the Duke of Queensbury for the lives of the said Mary Powell and John Powell her son, who is obliged to render the same, for life with power to her to demise the same to whom she will during her said son's life if he shall survive her, and during the widowhood of his wife, Martha Powell, or of any future wife of his who may claim interest therein. To his niece Broadhead Ballard, an annuity of ;io for life, to begin the first quarter- day after the 12 month after his decease, the said annuity not to be subject to the debts of any husband she may marry, but to be to her own sole use, nor to be sold or aliened by herself upon forfeiture of the same. To his niece, Elizabeth Tree, wife of William Tree, of Beckington, co. Somerset, clothier, the like annuity of ^10 under the same conditions. To his niece, Ann Ballard, his leasehold tenement called " Shute " (?), in Bratton, held for lives under Viscount Weymouth, to hold to her, her executors and assigns, for the remainder of interest therein after his decease ; also ^100 to be paid her twelve months after his decease. To his niece, Eleanor Blatch, wife of John Blatch the younger, of Bratton, yeoman, the interest of ^250 at 4 per cent, yearly, to be paid out of his personal estate during her life, the first payment to be on the ist quarter-day a twelvemonth after his decease, for her own sole use, and not to be subject to pay her husband's debts, the said interest after her death to be towards the maintenance of the child or children of the said Eleanor Blatch during their minor- ities, the principal of ^250 to be divided among them on their attaining the age of 21 years ; but if she die without issue living, the said principal sum to sink into his residuary estate for the use of his executors. To his nephews, William Aldridge Ballard and Thomas Whitaker, all his freehold lands, tenements, and hereditaments called Crowswell Down, at West Ashton, lately purchased of the said Broadhead Ballard, William Tree, and Elizabeth his wife ; to the said W. A. Ballard and Thomas Whitaker, their heirs and assigns for ever, the rents and profits thereof, to be equally divided between them. To the poor of Imber, Bratton and Wedhampton the sum of 505. in each place, to be paid them at the discretion of his executors. All the rest of his moneys and chattels to the said William Aldridge Ballard and Thomas Whitaker, equally divided, whom he makes his executors. Signed 16 November 1769. [Proved at London 2 April 1778.]
 
Ballard, John
 
264 P25/1740/7 Administration bond, renunciation 1740 Ballard, John Aldridge Gentleman Westbury
 
Ballard, John Aldridge
 
265 Children of a Steven Ballard christened between 1609 and 1621. No others.

Possibility??
Probate records of the court of the Dean of Salisbury
Ref No.
P5/11Reg/18A
Alt Ref No
P5/11Reg/18A
Title
Administration bond
Date
1628
Person
Ballard, Stephen
Place Key
/Ramsbury/Wiltshire
Community
Ramsbury

Probate records of the court of the Dean of Salisbury
Ref No.
P5/1628/13
Alt Ref No
P5/1628/13
Title
Administration bond, inventory
Date
1629
Person
Ballard, Stephen
Occupation
Husbandman
Place Key
/Marridge Hill/Ramsbury/Wiltshire
Community
Ramsbury

 
Ballard, Mary
 
266 Will of Phillip Ballard dated 1722.
[A copy of this Will was sent to the Court of Canterbury owing to a dispute about administration between Mary Whitaker, wife of Philip Whitaker, daughter of Philip Ballard, and John Aldridge Ballard (vide letter with the copy from the deputy registrars of the P.C.C., dated 7 January 1736/7).]


?
Did she later marry a John Drewett. See will of John Ballard".....JOHN BALLARD, of Imber, co. Wilts, gentleman, bequeathes to his sister, Mary Drewett, widow...."


?
Anne Drewitt, of Bratton, widow ; daughter, Anne ^20 ; son, William, ^10 ; son, Edward, ^10; son, James, ^{^20; daughter, Lucy Heron, f^6 a year, "payable unto her alone, without the intermedling of her husband, Arthur Heron"; daughter Margaret, ^20, and the ^50 lent to her husband, John Pinnock ; daughter, Jane, ^20 ; son, Philip Drewett, her leasehold tenement, called "Naishes", and ^10 a year; granddaughter, Lucy, wife of Henry Nevill, ^12; every grandchild on attaining 21 years, ^5; son, Henry, her lease- hold, called "Aishes Land", and ^100. All the rest of her goods equally to her sons, John Drewitt and Henry Drewitt, and the said sons, John and Henry, executors. [Signed 21 October 1741.] [Annexed is the administration bond of Mary Drewett, widow of John Drewett, the surviving executor named in the will, who also died before taking the execution on him, dated 17 May 1763.]
 
Ballard, Mary
 
267 no title] 212B/3597 1722 Oct. 20
Contents:
(1) Ballard, Philip, gent., of Bratton, par. Westbury, and Sarah his wife.
(2) Halliday, Giles, gent., of Wedhampton, par. Urchfont.
Fowle, William, gent., of Allcannings.
(3) Ballard, John, gent., son of Philip
Halliday, Elizabeth, spinster, daughter of Giles.
Lease and Release, and Marriage Settlement of same property as in Bargain and Sale of 1642/3, Jan. 4
 
Ballard, Phillip
 
268 [no title] 628/1/3 1671-1804
These documents are held at Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Contents:
Bundle of deeds in Bratton, including Sweetapples, with the malthouse belonging, Knights plot, Bratton Hill, the Sheep Down, Wynns and Pellins and various rights of common.
Includes copies of the wills of Philip Ballard, gent. of Bratton (1722/3) and William Aldridge Ballard of Bratton (proved 1804).
Parties: Ballard, Aldridge, Helps, Beaven, Rabbitts, Whitaker.
 
Ballard, William Aldridge
 
269 Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840
1648 BORLACE WM BANKS JOAN FACULTY OFFICE MARRIAGE LICENCE ALLEGATIONS uncertain

Will of Joane Borlase or Borlace of Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire 26 July 1688 PROB 11/392

 
Banks, Joan
 
270 May have married a James Bouchier Bannister, Mary
 
271 Item Reference Code D/ABW 136/1/31 Dates of Creation 26 April 1843 Extent 1 item Title [Will of Edmund Salmon of Thaxted, victualler] Date From 1843 Date To 1843

Item Reference Code D/ABW 64/251 Dates of Creation 17 June 1667 Title [Will: Edmund Salmon; Ramsden Crays] Scope and Content Edmund Salmon; Ramsden Crays Date From 1667 Date To 1667
 
Barbara
 
272 Mr. Halcomb married thirdly, 6 June 1816, Margaretta, youngest daughter of the late Michael Barbor of Sydenham, co. Kent, esq. She died 30 Jan. 1835, aged 70, and was buried at Lewisham.
 
Barber, Margaretta
 
273 SEAX:
Medieval deeds pertaining to the Petre estates Level: Item Indenture tripartite Reference Code: D/DP T1/489 Dates of Creation: 7 June 11 Henry VIII [1519] Title: Indenture tripartite Scope and Content: William Rede, citizen and goldsmith of London, nephew and heir of Bartholomew Rede, declaring that he has demised to Margaret Gedge, wife of Robert Gedge and a daughter and heiress of Thomas Bardefelde, brother of John Bardefelde, esq.
Moiety of the manor of of Gyng Margaret [Margaretting]
To hold to her and the lawful heirs of her body (with six successive remainders over)
Date From: 1519
 
Bardfield, Margaret
 
274 Marriage Licence Allegations - Faculty Office 1701-1850
18 Apr 1835 ROBINS Sanderson BARHAM Caroline Gertrude

Name: Caroline Gertrude Barham Gender: Female Birth Date: 11 Jul 1810 Christening Date: 2 Sep 1810 Christening Place: Newchurch, Hampshire, England Age at Christening: 0 Father's Name: Joseph Foster Barham Mother's Name: Carolina

1861 Census:
Name: Caroline G Robins Age: 48 Estimated birth year: abt 1813 Relation: Wife Spouse's name: Sanderson Gender: Female Where born: London, Middlesex, England Civil parish: Thanet St Peter County/Island: Kent Country: England
Registration district: Thanet Sub-registration district: Ramsgate ED, institution, or vessel: 23
Household schedule number: 2 Household Members:
Name Age
Sanderson Robins 59
Caroline G Robins 48
Gertrude Robins 21
Hon Devereux 42
Annerley 20
Susan Witherden 28
Sarah Knight 42
Maria Pemble 24
 
Barham, Caroline Gertrude Foster
 
275 1841 Census: Fincham, Norfolk, England:
Hungate Common.
Robert Waldon 70 yrs. Ag.Lab. Born in county
Hannah 60yrs. '
James 19yrs Ag.Lab. '
Thomas 17yrs Ag.Lab. '

1851 Census: Fincham, Norfolk, England:
Ref: 183067432
Waldon Hannah Widow Age 62 Mother -in-law Widow Pauper Born Wroxham(Wrixham? )
Waldon James Son 29 Labourer Fincham
Waldon Fanny Wife 22 Fincham


Searched Wroxham parish registers 1785-1800 no Baker's. No marriage at Wroxham. Probably not Wroxham First letter W...ham?

If Wereham there is an Ann Baker born Fincham in 1791?? Approx 2 miles south of Fincham. No parents given on IGI. 
Barker, Hannah
 
276 Will of Sir John Barnardiston of Long Melford , Suffolk 13 November 1745 PROB 11/742 -wife Dame Elizabeth, Anne Blakeway sister to my wife,
Will of John Barnardiston of Melford, Suffolk 01 February 1732 PROB 11/649-late brother Robert, Lady Barnardsiton his wife, son John, Sophia Nieton ? the daughter of my late wife, brother Samuel Barnardiston,
Second wife??
Will of Dame Elizabeth Barnardiston, Widow of Melford, Suffolk 16 March 1738 PROB 11/688
Sir THOMAS BARNARDISTON of Kedington, was born and baptized at Little Thurlow in 1615. Admitted to Gray's Inn on 1th May 1635, he was knighted at Whitehall on 4th July 1641. Served as Parliamentary assessor for Suffolk from 1643. MP. for Bury St.Edmund's from 1645-8. In the Civil War he was a Parliamentarian who commanded a Foot Regiment againist the King's forces at Colchester in 1648. Appointed Controller of the Mint in 1649. MP. for Suffolk from 1654-9 and for Sudbury in 1661. Afterwards he welcomed the return of Charles II and was created a Baronet on 7th April 1663 "for the antiquity of the family and the virtues of his ancestors". He mar. (in or before 1643) ANNE, 2nd dau. of Sir WILLIAM ARMINE, 1st Baronet of Osgodby in Lines, by ELIZABETH dau. of Sir MICHAEL HICKES of Beverstone Castle in Gloucestershire. He died on 4th October 1669 and was buried at Kedington on 14th October. For more details of his life see the Dictionary of National Biography. His widow died on 16th August 1671 and was buried at Kedington on 25th August following. They had issue
1. Nathaniel Barnardiston. He died during his fathers lifetime, s.p., and was buried at Kedington.
2. THOMAS BARNARDISTON (Sir), 2nd Baronet, of whom presently.
3. William Barnardiston, who died s.p.
4. Nathaniel Barnardiston, who died s.p.
5. Samuel Barnardiston, baptized at Kedington on 20th May 1654. He died s.p.
6. Michael Barnardiston, baptized at Stallingborough on 19th July 1656. He became a merchant and died at Smyrna, unmarried, and was buried at Kedington on 7th June 1679.
7. John Barnardiston, baptized at Kedington on 11th June 1658. He became a merchant. He mar. Margaret dau. of Sir Robert Cordell, Baronet of Long Melford in Suffolk. She died at sea and may have been buried at Kedington on 30th November 1687.
1. Joan Barnardiston, baptized at St.Andrew's Undershaft in London on 10th July 1643. She was buried at Kedington on 29th June 1664.
2. Mary Barnardiston, wife of Sir Joseph Brand of Edwardston in Suffolk.
3. Anne Barnardiston, baptized at Kedington on 10th December 1655. She mar. Sir Philip Skippon of Wrentham in Suffolk, son of the celebrated Parliamentary general. She died on 11th October 1683 and was buried at Kedington. Her husband was buried with her on 8th August 1691.
4. Elizabeth Barnardiston, baptized at Kedington on 30th May 1659. She mar. Thomas Williams of Tendring Hall in Suffolk and had issue.
5. Armine Barnardiston, born on 3rd December 1664 and baptized at Coleby in Lincolnshire on 22nd December following. She was buried at Kedington on 10th April 1677.
6. Martha Barnardiston.

November 16th 1745 1745 Ipswich Journal newspaper archive
All persons having claims on the estate of Sir John Barnardiston Bart, late of Long Melford are desired forthwith to send particular to John Alexander, attorney at law of Threadneedle Street, London.
 
Barnardiston, John
 
277 Will of Edward Baron 1644 talks of later sister Mrs Dobson.
Children: John, Benjamin, Abraham, Catherine, Ellinor, Marie, William and Edward.

Possibility:
Deed to lead uses of fine DE/Cm/37962 16th January 1642/3
Contents:
1. Alice Dobson of St Albans, widow, Robert Tapping, late of Redborne, husbandman & Elizabeth, his wife.
2. George Ewer of St. Albans, yeoman.
3. Josia Rose of Redborne, tailor.
Messuage, garden & orchard in St Peters Street.
Witnesses - John Ellis.
Stephen Massay.
Edward Hackney.
William Arnold

Another son??
Text: 07 Oct 1639 Henry Dobson, Gent., of St Botolph, Aldersgate, Bachelor, 33, & Alice Barnes, of same, Spinster, 33; at St Faith's. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Marriage Licences, 1611-1828 (Marriage
Text: 15 Oct 1630 Hammond, Simon & Dobson, Mary Book: Book 14 Collection: London: - Calendar of Marriage Licence Allegations, 1597-1648 (Marriage)
?
The mother's will (Alice Dobson) is listed in a collection of "The English origins of American Colonists", remarking on her son John being overseas in 1643. Other research leads me to believe this son had emigrated, or was at least spending time in America on some sort of business.

Will of Alice Dobson
I ALICE DOBSON of London, widow, late wife of William Dobson late of St. Albones, co. Hertford, Esq., deceased, being sicke in body…give and bequeath unto my son John Dobson the sum of ten pounds to be paid unto him within three months after he shall return from beyond the seas into England, if he shall live to return; to my son Edward 20s.; to my daughter Katherine Lile £5, and to Katherine Lile her daughter a pair of sheets; to Ellen my daughter my silk grogram gown; to my daughter Frances my scarlet petticoat and the sugered sateen gown that was my mother's; to Marie my daughter, for seven years after my decease, my messuage wherein I lately dwelt, lying in the town of St. Albones, and then to William my son and his heirs; to my daughter in law Jane my best tapestrie coverlett and four needlework cushions which were her mother's; to Benjamin my son £60; to Abraham my son £50 and my silver tankard with cover and the letters A.D. upon it; to my daughter Hammond a cubbard cloth; to Elizabeth my daughter in law a carpet; to my daughter Mary Burchinshawe six silver spoons and my watch; and whereas Catherine Baron my mother did by her last will bequeath unto me and others the lease of certain houses in Honie Lane, London, holden of the Company of Drapers, and did bequeath the residue of her estate to her executors and me equally, now I do hereby give unto my said daughter Mary Burchinshawe all the said residue of my mother's and my own estate. Executrix, said Marie Burchinshaw. Overseers: friends John Ellis of St. Albanes, gent, and my godson John Ellis of London, draper, his son. Dated 6 Dec., 1643. Witnesses: John Ellis, Steph: Massey, John Chapman, Hester Meadeaw. Proved 5 Feb., 1643-4, by the executors named. (Commissary of London, Vol. 29, f. 219.)
 
Barne, Alice
 
278 Description Will of Sir George Barne, Alderman of City of London Date 20 January 1593 Catalogue reference PROB 11/81

Daughter of George Barne:
Sir George Barne III (b.c. 1532- d. 1593) was a prominent merchant and public official from London during the reign of Elizabeth I and the son of Sir George Barne and Alice Brooke. Barne was a haberdasher of London,[1] who was an Alderman of the London ward Bridge between 1574-1576, Tower Ward) between 1576-1583, Langbourn between 1583-1587, and Bassishaw between 1587-1593.[2] Barne served as Auditor of London in 1574, Sheriff of London between 1576-1577, Lord Mayor of London between 1586-1587, and was knighted by Lord Chamberlain in 1587. He was a Master of the Haberdashers' Companybetween 1586-1587, represented London in the Parliament between 1588-1589, and was President of St. Thomas' Hospital between 1592-1593.[2] Barne was also the Governor of the Muscovy Company several times, and a founder of the Spanish Company, in 1577, and the Turkey Company.
 
Barne, Anne
 
279 Memorial Inscription:
"Near ye place was inturned the body of Edward Baron, Esq, who died the 18th day of December, 1640. He gave a silver guilt cup and cover for the servis of ye church. Also Catherine Baron, his wife, died 26 day of March, 1643. She gave to this parish 52 shillings a year, to be given to thirteen poor people of this parish in bread every Sabbath Day by the churchwarden for ever, charging her estate in Church Row for the churchwarden to levy one of the same in case of non-payment, to make a distress of £5 for the use of the poor, being left unpaid, if lawfully demanded, one whole year. Also Mr William and Mrs Barbara Daw. Died in 1674. She was the daughter of Edward and Katherine Baron. This was erected by Jane Knowles the youngest daughter of William and Barbara Daw, being the only survivor, in the year 1721. This charity has been duly paid 71 years already." (Quoted "The History and Antiquities of Syon Monastry, the Parish of Isleworth and the Chapelry of Hounslow " by George James Aungier. 1840.)
 
Barne, Barbara
 
280 Text: Bartholomew Barne was seised of 2 messuages, lying in the parish of St. Mildred the virgin in Bredstreete, London; 2 tenements lying in Westcheepe, in the parish of the Blessed Mary-le-Bow; 1 messuage with the shops, cellars, solars, etc., thereto belonging in the parish of St. Lawrence in Old Jewry, London; and 2 messuages in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less in Bredstreet, London. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561
 
Barne, Bartholomew
 
281 All Hallows Honey Lane, London:
Oct 4 Edward Barne ye son of Mr Edward Barne dyed 3rd October aged 4 years. 
Barne, Edward
 
282 Will of Edward Baron alias Barnes, Mercer of London
Date 18 April 1645
Catalogue reference PROB 11/193
Owns Swan and Harp.
Mentions a brother in law "Samuel Wright" eg:
Samuel Dea. WRIGHT Pedigree
Birth: 17 DEC 1591 London, London, England
Christening: JUN 1606 St Peters Church,So Wealde, , Essex, England
Death: 17 OCT 1686 London, London, England
Marriages:
Spouse: Anne Wright Family
Marriage: About 1620 Of, , London, England

London: - Calendar of Marriage Licence Allegations, 1597-1648
January, 1639-40
January, 1639-40
November, 1640
County: London
Country: England
10 Nov 1640 Barnes, Edw. & Chibald, Jane

Mentions an uncle Elias Crabtee in his will??
Elias Crabtree York; Halifax Bap 1538-1593 Baptisms 1591 338

?
Groom's Name: Elias Crabtree Groom's Birth Date: Groom's Birthplace: Groom's Age: Bride's Name: Mary Cradock Bride's Birth Date: Bride's Birthplace: Bride's Age: Marriage Date: 27 Sep 1621 Marriage Place: Barrow,Suffolk,England

London: - Calendar of Marriage Licence Allegations, 1597-1648
Book 17
Book 17
February, 1634-5
County: London
Country: England
04 Feb 1634-5 Crabtree, Elias & Sugar, Dorothy . Elias of St Lawrence Poultney, minister and Dorothy wydow, of St Peter Le Poore in London were married St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London

Name: Elias Crabtree College: CHRIST'S Entered: July, 1609 More Information: Matric. pens. from CHRIST'S, July, 1609. B. at Halifax. B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. Ord. deacon (York) Sept.; priest (London) Dec. 1616, age 25. One of these names R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1643-60. Ejected, 1660. Buried Sept. 11, 1662, at Dickleburgh. (Peile, I. 273; E. Anglian, IV. 182.)
Name: Elias Crabtree
[Ellis Crabtree] Burial Date: 14 Sep 1632 Parish: St Lawrence Pountney County: London Borough: City of London Parent(s): Elias Record Type: Burial son of Mr Elias Crabtree Minister of this parish.
Name: Elyas Crabtree Burial Date: 5 Jun 1624 Parish: St Lawrence Pountney County: London Borough: City of London Parent(s): Elyas Spouse: Mary Record Type: Burial. son of Elias Minister of this parish and Mary his wife.

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Name: Edward Barnes Burial Date: 13 Sep 1644 Parish: St Alfege, Greenwich County: London Borough: City of London Record Type: Burial
 
Barne, Edward
 
283 All Hallows Honey Lane Parish Registers, London:
11.09.1600 Katerin Barne d. Edward Barne, mercer, borne 11 Sep about 4 a'clocke
 
Barne, Katherin
 
284 Possibility:
MARTHA BARNE Pedigree
Birth:
Christening: 03 MAR 1597 Allhallows Honey Lane, London, London, England
Parents:
Father: EDWARD BARNE
 
Barne, Martha
 
285 No parents given in register. Barnes, Ann
 
286 According to Boyd but not mentioned in wills. Married a Hammon or Buchingshaw?? Barnes, Anne
 
287 Not mentioned in will of father Richard Barne. Deceased or not connected?? No mention of Worsop grandchildren.

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Name: Anne Barnes Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1562 Parish: St Michael Bassishaw County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: John Worshippe Record Type: Marriage(by licence)

Will of John Worsopp, Gentleman of Clapham, Surrey Date 11 April 1595 -many Worsopp baptised in Clapham

Check will of Elizabeth wife of Edward Warsop 1563? Cant find on Wills Online.

Possibly lived at St Selpuchre?

Harpsfield, John, D.D., born in Old Fish Street, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, London, was the grandson of Nicholas Harpsfield, Esq. This gentleman in 1472 was in the custody of Bishop Wayneflete, and detained in the episcopal prison of Wolvesey Castle, having been indicted and convicted of homicide, and subsequently claimed from the king's prison as a clerk by the bishop, in accordance with the ecclesiastical laws, as entitled to the benefit of clergy. The offence was committed at Windsor Castle on Aug. 21, 1471, and the bishop's com mission for his purgation and delivery from Wolvesey prison is dated Aug. 29, 1472, so that he probably obtained his release before the close of the year.

John Harpsfield studied his classics with his younger brother Nicholas, at Winchester School. Thence removing to New College, Oxford, he was made a fellow in 1534, and completed his degrees in arts. Afterwards he was appointed chaplain to- Dr. Bonner, Bishop of London, and being inducted into a good
benefice in that diocese, resigned his fellowship about I 5 5 x In the beginning of Mary's reign, having been created D.D., he was promoted to the archdeaconry of London, about 1554, in the place of John Wymsley. In 1558, shortly before the queen's death, he was made dean of Christ Church, Norwich, the former dean, John Boxall, having other duties to- perform.

When Elizabeth ascended the throne Dr. Harpsfield was obliged to resign his deanery to John Salisbury, suffragan of Thetford, in 1560. He was then committed prisoner to the Fleet, where he remained about a year, when he was discharged upon finding surety that he should not act, speak, or write against the established church. The remainder of his life was spent in great retirement and devotion in the house of one of his relations in St. Sepulchre's parish, where he died, Aug. 19, 1578. He was buried in the parish church, as appears from the letters of administration taken out by his nearest relative, Anne Worsopp. It was probably at this lady's house that he resided. She was the widow of John Worsopp, gent, and daughter of Richard Baron, Esq., citizen and mercer of London, by his wife, Alice Harpsfield. This Baron's father, Peter, of Saffron Walden, co. Essex, was a serjeant-at-law, and was drowned in the Thames.
Fox charges Dr. Harpsfield with persecution, but it must be remembered that he was obliged to carry out the measures against the so-called reformers by virtue of his office. There is no record that he exceeded the commands of the Council, or that he infused animosity into their execution. Wood, Athena Oxon., ed. 1691, vol. i. ; Dodd, Cli. Hist., vol. ii. ; Maitland, Reformation; Tablet, vol. xlvii. p. 536; Harl. Soc., Visit, of Lond., 1568.
 
Barnes, Anne
 
288 Probably mentioned in the will of Richard Barnes as widowed sister of Bartholomew; Anne Connors.

Check spelling is it Comyn?

1570 COMIN THO LONDON (ST GILES CRIPPLEGATE) LONDON 1583 COMIN ARTH LONDON (ST GILES CRIPPLEGATE) LONDON 1588 COMIN JAS LONDON (ST OLAVE HART STREET) LONDON

Does he mean Elizabeth??
1562 BARNES ELZ CONNIES RALF ST MARY COLECHURCH LONDON
Name: Elizabeth Barnes Marriage Date: 17 Dec 1562 Parish: St Mary Cole Church County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: Rauphe Connyes Record Type: Marriage
 
Barnes, Anne
 
289 Will 1606.

Bathe Abbey:
To the south side of the altar, on the wall facing north, is a monument to Bartholomew Barnes and his wife. Both figures are represented kneeling, with hands clasped for prayer, facing each other, he to the east, she to the west. Beneath him kneels the small figure of one son, and beneath her kneel five
daughters. It's date is 1608.

Walbrook Ward, Monumental Inscription:
Master Bartholomew Barnes, Citizen, Mercer, and Merchant-Adventurer, a worshipfull and wise Gentleman, and a worthy friend and favourer of Religion. He had fined both Sheriffe and Alderman, and at last, being 61. yeeres old, sickned, died, and was buried at Bathe, October the first, 1606. And left behind him Margaret his wife, by whom he had issue, Bartholomew, Elizabeth, Margaret and Mary. A small Memory on a Pillar in the middle Ile.

Bartholomæus adest,
tumulo Barnesius isti
Nomen adest, non cum
nomine corpus inest.
Sexaginta nimis,
quem sex donasse ministros
Constat, erat tantus
Religionis amor.
Attigerat summos,
quos abnuit, urbis honores,
Subcomitis fasces,
patriciamque togam.
Jamque sui luctum
desideriumque reliquit
Nato & natabus
cum genetrice tribus.

Description Sentence of Bartholomew Barnes of City of London
Date 20 February 1607. PRO 11/109
...1606 Barnes, Bartholomew, cittizen and mercer, St. Swithins lane neare London stone, par. St. Swithins, Colchurch, St. Giles withoute Criplegate, St. Michaell at Bassingshawe, St. Peter the poor neare Broadstreat, Sarazens head neare the great conduit in Westcheape; the hospitall of Christe, London; Manor of Widford Burie in Widford, Stansted, Herts. 73 Stafford; sentence 19 Huddlestone


At time of daughter Margarets marriage was living at Widford, Hertfordshire.


Widford, Hertfordshire:
...In 1589 his son and heir Henry Adams conveyed it together with forty messuages, a water-mill, free warren, free fishery and view of frankpledge to Bartholomew Barnes, sen., and Bartholomew Barnes, jun. (fn.29) A Bartholomew Barnes, probably the younger, citizen and mercer of London, settled it in 1608 on Elizabeth, one of his three daughters, the wife of Roland Backhouse, (fn.30) also citizen and mercer of London. Their grandson, William Backhouse (son of Nicholas, a younger son of Roland), created a baronet in 1660, sold it with the water-mill, warren, fishery, and frankpledge to William Bird (fn.31) of Martocks in Ware. Thomas Bird, according to Chauncy, was lord of the manor in 1700. (fn.32)
From: 'Parishes: Widford', A History of the County of Hertford: volume 3 (1912), pp. 402-406. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43632 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.


A2A C 2/Eliz/B4/57
Agnes Bennet and her son Edward Bennet v Bartholomew Barnes. Claim by descent, fraudulent extent issued etc. Lands etc. in the parishes of Amwell Magna, St Margaret's and Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, of which Thomas Bennet was seised etc.
Short title: Bennett v Barnes
Covering dates Between 1588 and 1603
Availability Open Document, Open Description, Closed For 30 years
Held by The National Archives, Kew


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IPM: London:
Bartholomew Barne:
Text: Bartholomew Barne was seised of 2 messuages, lying in the parish of St. Mildred the virgin in Bredstreete, London; 2 tenements lying in Westcheepe, in the parish of the Blessed Mary-le-Bow; 1 messuage with the shops, cellars, solars, etc., thereto belonging in the parish of St. Lawrence in Old Jewry, London; and 2 messuages in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less in Bredstreet, London. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561
 
Barnes, Bartholemew
 
290 Visitation of London 1568
BARNES PEDIGREE.* Bartholomew Baron or Barnes of London, Mercer. Held Aldborough Hatch and^= other estates in the parish of Barking, Co. Essex : died in August 1548.
Thomas Barnes of Aldborough Hatch, : and of London Gent, 28 years old in 1548 : had arms and crest granted January li) 1572, as Thomas Baron als. Barne the elder of Aldborough Hatch. (C 15-88 College of Arms.) Died in London June 2y 1573 ; buried at Barking July 7 following.

Text: Inquisition taken at the Guildhall, 14 Jul [1549] , 3 Edward 6th, before Henry Amcottes, knight, Mayor and escheator, after the death of Bartholomew Barne, citizen and mercer of London, by the oath of Christopher Jackson, Thomas Jurdon, Robert Moldynge, William Wytte, John Baynton, John Layland, Thomas Dexyll, Thomas Pecooke, John Morrysse, John Sampson, John Trull and William Luddyngton, who say that Bartholomew Barne died 26 Aug [1548] , 2 Edward 6th; Thomas Barne is his son and next heir, and is now aged 28 years and more. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561
Text: The said Bartholomew was also seised jointly with Joan Barne, his wife, of 18 messuages, cottages or tenements in London, to wit, 4 messuages in the parish of the Blessed Mary at Axe, 2 tenements in the parish of St. Martin in the Vyntrye, 1 messuage and 3 cottages thereto belonging in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Abchurch, 5 messuages in Candylwykestreet in the said parish of the Blessed Mary of Abchurch, and 3 messuages lying in St. Laurance Pounteney. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561
Text: Bartholomew Barne was seised of 2 messuages, lying in the parish of St. Mildred the virgin in Bredstreete, London; 2 tenements lying in Westcheepe, in the parish of the Blessed Mary-le-Bow; 1 messuage with the shops, cellars, solars, etc., thereto belonging in the parish of St. Lawrence in Old Jewry, London; and 2 messuages in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less in Bredstreet, London. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561

Is it a brother or son who is involved in the following??
The rectory.
Grant to All Souls College.
The rectory of Barking, which had been leased to Mary Blackenhall for 10l. per annum, in 1541, and consisted of all such tithes as had not been previously leased or granted to other persons (fn. 174) , was sold by the crown, (together with the advowson of the vicarage,) for the sum of 214l. 13s. 4d. to Robert Thomas, and Andrew Salter: this grant bears date the 1st of March 1550: the grantees, a few days afterwards, sold it to Thomas Baron, or Barnes. In the year 1557, Sir William Petre, William Cook, and Edward Napper, executors of the will of William Pownsett of Loxford, (who had been steward to the last abbess of Barking,) being desirous of bestowing the residue of his fortune (after discharging debts and legacies) on charitable uses, purchased of Thomas Barnes the said rectory and advowson; and by an indenture, bearing date that year, granted them to the warden and fellows of All Souls College in Oxford, on the following conditions: That they should suffer the vicar, and his successors, (presented by them,) to enjoy all the profits of the rectory and vicarage; the vicars to pray every Sunday for the soul of William Pownsett, his parents and benefactors, and all Christian souls; to keep a yearly obit on the 8th of March, when they were to pray as above mentioned, and for the souls of Pown sett's executors, distributing 6s. 8d. among the poor; and to pay the sum of 61. 13s. 4d. yearly to the warden and fellows, (5l. 8s. 8d. part of the said sum, being for the better support of two poor scholars, who should say masses for the souls of the persons above mentioned). All these conditions were confirmed by Bishop Bonner (fn. 176) .

From: 'County of Essex: Barking', The Environs of London: volume 4: Counties of Herts, Essex & Kent (1796), pp. 55-110. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45467 Date accessed: 28 February 2009.

IPM 1549.

St. Mary Colechurch 105/2
Sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
William Ettys lived in 2 in 1540, when the tenement was viewed to settle a dispute between the rector and churchwardens of St. Christopher, and Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, tenant of 145/39, which with 105/1A now belonged to the church of St. Mary le Bow. The viewers found that the little shop towards the street (1B) measured 8 ft. 1 in. (2.46 m.) E.-W. by 12 ft. 9 in. (3.89 m.) N.-S., and was 9 ft. high (2.74 m.); all above the shop belonged to Barnes. Behind the shop, the tenement (2) measured 42 ft. 2 in. (12.85 m.) N.-S. by 21 ft. 9 in. (6.63 m. E.-W.) at either end, between Barnes' land (145/39) and the lane. The rector, churchwardens, and parishioners then leased the tenement and shop, giving the measurements as before, to Barnes for 99 years at £3 rent. Barnes, who was also about to rebuild 145/39, was to pull down the tenement and rebuild it before Christmas 1542 with oak timbers of the same scantlings, and with as many storeys, as he was bound to rebuild the adjoining tenement. Thereafter he was to repair. William Ettys was to continue to live there after the rebuilding at the same rent or fine that anyone else was prepared to pay. The churchwardens could enter to view and distrain for arrears, and acquitted Barnes of all charges except the rent. Barnes was bound in £100 to perform these convenants. A view taken of 145/39 in 1542, when that had been rebuilt and 105/1A, the part of 105/1 associated with it, was 'now in taking down', gave slightly but not substantially different dimensions (8 ft. 4 in. by 12 ft. by 10 ft.; 2.54 m. by 3.66 m. by 3.05 m.) for 1B, the shop belonging to 105/2. (fn. 4)
In 1543-4 and 1546-7 the churchwardens of St. Christopher's owed 10s. rent to the Crown, formerly due to Kilburn Priory, for a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Colechurch. This quit-rent was extinguished when the property itself passed to the Crown in 1548. The endowment of John Whatele's chantry was then worth £10. 13s. 4d., less chantry, obit, and quit-rent charges, including £1 to 'Lady Nerford's priest.' The property, probably incorporating 1B as well, was granted in September 1548 to William Gunter and William Hobson, together with 145/39 and 105/1A, and other properties, at 18 years purchase. 105/1B and 2 were valued at £3, according to the lease to Barnes, less £1 quit-rent to Lady Nerforde (sic). Gunter and Hobson, who bought many properties in London at this date and disposed of most of them very rapidly, probably sold 1B-2 to Bartholomew Baron (d. 1548) or his son John Baron, citizen and mercer. In 1551 John Baron, with his wife Elizabeth, granted and quitclaimed in the tenement with shops, cellar(s), solar(s), etc., representing 2 and probably 1B, lately occupied by his father and now by himself, to Robert Browne, citizen and goldsmith. In 1555 Robert Browne and his wife Margaret granted the same tenement back to John Baron, who still occupied it. (fn. 5)
John Barnes (probably identical with John Baron) occupied a house worth £6. 13s. 4d. p.a. in this part of the parish (the last house listed in the tithe assessment) in 1558. Robert Mathewe occupied this house in 1571. Possibly 1B-2 was the messuage and curtilage in the parish of St. Mary Colechurch which Thomas Cranfield, mercer, and Edward Ockelshawe, haberdasher, recovered from William Leonard, mercer, in 1573; Leonard called Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, to warrant. In 1574 the communicants in Robert Mathewe's household consisted of himself, his wife, and 4 servants. Mr. Draper held the last house in the parish list in 1602, and Edward Draper in 1612 and 1619- 22. Mr. Abel, holding a house valued at £24, is the most probable tenant or occupant in 1638. (fn. 6)

From: 'St. Mary Colechurch 105/2', Historical gazetteer of London before the Great Fire: Cheapside; parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St Martin Pomary, St Mary le Bow, St Mary Colechurch and St Pancras Soper Lane (1987), pp. 418-420. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5791. Date accessed: 10 November 2008.

St Mary Le Bow
During the early 16th century several parts of the property were vacant and the property brought in very much less rent than it had done (cf. table at end). It is not possible to identify the company's expenditure on maintenance, but the buildings had probably fallen into a poor state of repair. In 1524 Bartholomew Baron, mercer, obtained a lease from the company of the tenement and seld called the Crown for a term of 50 years from 1525 at £6 rent. Baron was to be responsible for repairs and within 3 years was to pay £100 towards the cost of new tenements, shops, and warehouses there; he was only to let or grant parts of the property to freemen of the Mercers' Company. His rent was said to have been reduced from £7. 14s., which had been the annual total received from tenants between 1517 and 1519, and probably amounted to the total rent which could be received if all parts of the property were let. In 1529 this lease was assigned to John Hare, mercer, who was probably living there in 1541 and 1544. In May 1550, when the company wished to raise money with which to buy back from the king certain properties which had been held as endowments for chantries, 33 was sold to John Hare and John Blundell, mercers, and their heirs and assigns for £120, a sum which was presumably calculated as 20 years' purchase, since it was probably known that the total of £3. 3s. 8d. quit-rent due was shortly to be eliminated. At the time of this grant John Hare occupied the property. He continued to live there until his death in 1565,

From: 'St. Mary le Bow 104/33', Historical gazetteer of London before the Great Fire: Cheapside; parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St Martin Pomary, St Mary le Bow, St Mary Colechurch and St Pancras Soper Lane (1987), pp. 351-363. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=2997. Date accessed: 10 November 2008.Mercer.

The Environs of London.... Daniel Lysons. 1811
Newberry Farm:
...The Manor Farm of Newberrry lying between the /london road and Aldborough hatch was at the dissolution of Barking Abbey (to whom it had belonged) on lease to Lawerence Grey at the rent of 6l per annum. It was granted by Henry V111 to Sir Richard Gresham. Bartholomew Baron or Barnes died seised of it in 1548. Thomas Barnes his son sold it in 1566 to Thomas Yale and Joan his wife..."

Did he also have a son Bartholomew alsias Barnes. One has a will dated 1602 in which he gives the company of mercers 300l.

Widford
...In 1589 his son and heir Henry Adams conveyed it together with forty messuages, a water-mill, free warren, free fishery and view of frankpledge to Bartholomew Barnes, sen., and Bartholomew Barnes, jun. (fn. 29) A Bartholomew Barnes, probably the younger, citizen and mercer of London, settled it in 1608 on Elizabeth, one of his three daughters, the wife of Roland Backhouse, (fn. 30) also citizen and mercer of London. Their grandson, William Backhouse (son of Nicholas, a younger son of Roland), created a baronet in 1660, sold it with the water-mill, warren, fishery, and frankpledge to William Bird (fn. 31) of Martocks in Ware. Thomas Bird, according to Chauncy, was lord of the manor in 1700. (fn. 32)

From: 'Parishes: Widford', A History of the County of Hertford: volume 3 (1912), pp. 402-406. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43632 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

London viewers and their certificates, 1508-1558. Bristish History Online
146. [B.141] 30 July 1540.
Parish of St. Pancras. Variance between the parson and churchwardens of the parish of St. Christopher and Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, concerning a certain stone wall standing on the E side of the ground of Barnes adjoining against the tenement belonging to the parson and churchwardens. The view is with assent and consent of the parties. The viewers say that the ground of Barnes, with the thickness of the stone wall also belonging to him, is 30 ft. 7 in. in breadth at the N end between the W side of the tenement of the parson and churchwardens stretching westward to the little lane there called Pupkyrtell Lane. And stretching [southward] from the [NW] corner post of the said tenement of St. Christopher's 45 ft. to the SW corner post of the tenement, Barnes' ground and wall is 26 ft. 4 in. in breadth stretching westward to the little lane. All which premises aforerehearsed the viewers affirm to be true. Without etc.
147. [B.142] (fn. 2) Parish of St. Pancras. Variance between the parson and churchwardens of St. Christopher and Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, concerning a certain tenement with a shop. The view is with assent and consent of both parties. The viewers say that the shop is 8 ft. 1 in. in breadth against the street E and W and in length from the street southward 12 ft. 10 in. There it is 8 ft. 10 in. in breadth and it is 9 ft. in height. The shop is line right and plumb and belongs to the parson and churchwardens in length, breadth, and heighth. All over the shop at . . . belongs to Barnes. The tenement at the S end of the shop is 42 ft. 2 in. in length from the same . . . And it is 21 ft. 9 in. in breadth at both ends between the ground of Barnes [on the W] and the little alley there on the E. By all the length . . . thereof line right and plumb it belongs to the parson and churchwardens. 'All which premises in manner and form aforerehearsed the said iiii viewers affirm to be true'. Without etc.

From: 'File of Viewers' Reports 1509-46 [B]: 1540-46 (nos 143-205', London viewers and their certificates, 1508-1558: Certificates of the sworn viewers of the City of London (1989), pp. 58-84. URL: https://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36058 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

163. [B. 158] 4 March 1542.
Parish of Our Blessed Lady of Bow. [No variance stated]. The viewers have been charged to view at the request and desire of the parson and churchwardens of the parish church and by the assent and consent of the parson and churchwardens of St. Christopher, for the purpose of viewing and measuring all the ground belonging to the parson and churchwardens of Bow and new and old buildings set in the parishes of Our Lady of Colechurch and St. Pancras. The viewers say that the great new house lately built by Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, who holds the ground in lease from the parson and churchwardens of Bow, is 28 ft. 8 in. in breadth from the NW corner principal post of the house stretching eastward by the king's highway of Westcheap to the NE corner principal post. And the house with its appurtenances is 116 ft. 10 in. in length on the W side from the said NW corner post stretching southward along by Tupkyrtell Lane (fn. 6) to St. Pancras church. And it is 110 ft. in length on the E side from the NE principal corner post stretching southward to the church of St. Pancras. And the ground with the old house of the parson and churchwardens of Bow, now being taken down, is 16 ft. 4½ in. in length from the said NE corner post of the new house stretching eastward, and there the ground and old housing is [?10] ft. 8 in. in breadth from Westcheap stretching southward to the ground there of the parson and churchwardens of St. Christopher's. Stretching 8 ft. 4 in. more eastward [from the 16 ft. 4½ in.] by the street side to a lane called Byrd Alley, (fn. 7) that measure of 8 ft. 4 in. E and W belongs to the parson and churchwardens of St. Christopher's. And the ground is 12 ft. in depth from the NE corner post of an old house on the same ground stretching southward by the lane. And the first storey of the old house is 10 ft. in height from the ground and pavement of the street to the upper part of the joists of the first floor, which first storey by all the 10 ft. in height, 8 ft. 4 in. E and W, and 12 ft. N and S, line right and plumb, belongs wholly to the parson and churchwardens of St. Christopher's. And from the first storey and floor above the said 10 ft. height by all the measure of 8 ft. 4 in. E and W and 12 ft. N and S, upright line right and plumb, belongs wholly to the parson and churchwardens of Bow. All which premises the iiii viewers affirm to be true. Without etc.
Both this view and the one immediately preceding it were apparently taken for the purpose of ascertaining the dimensions of premises Barnes was about to lease from the parson and churchwardens. The lease, dated 9 August 1540, recites the fact of the view and the dimensions given in this certificate. See Wills, Leases and Memoranda in the Book of Records, Parish of St. Christopher le Stocks, ed. Edwin Freshfield (1895), p. 13. See reference to the lease in 163 below.

From: 'File of Viewers' Reports 1509-46 [B]: 1540-46 (nos 143-205', London viewers and their certificates, 1508-1558: Certificates of the sworn viewers of the City of London (1989), pp. 58-84. URL: https://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36058 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

From: 'File of Viewers' Reports 1509-46 [B]: 1540-46 (nos 143-205', London viewers and their certificates, 1508-1558: Certificates of the sworn viewers of the City of London (1989), pp. 58-84. URL: https://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36058 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

Barnes (Baron), Bartholomew (fl. 1524, d. 1548), mercer, f. of Thomas & John. St. Mary le Bow 33 (s), 43, St. Mary Colechurch 1-2, 3; St. Olave Old Jewry 1 or 2 (r); St. Pancras Soper Lane 39 (r)

From: 'Index of Persons - B', Historical gazetteer of London before the Great Fire: Cheapside; parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St Martin Pomary, St Mary le Bow, St Mary Colechurch and St Pancras Soper Lane (1987). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22622 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

Will of Roberte Barnes or Bernes, Mercer of London 02 December 1562 PROB 11/45
Sentence of Edward Baron 02 December 1573 PROB 11/55
Will of William Baron, Mercer of London 14 June 1570 PROB 11/52
 
Barnes, Bartholomew Baron alias
 
291 May have a daughter Margaret Allen. See will of Grandmother 1638. Barnes, Batholemew
 
292 A Brian Barnes and Katherine Nichol marry at St John Hackney in 1612.

Several children baptsied to a Bryant Barnes from 1613-1625?? Same as Brian?? Christening register very poor, non existent in many years 1610-1620. May be Elizabeth 1613, Susazza 1614, William 1617, Richard 1620.
A Suzan Barns is buried in June 1637. Another in 1654

 
Barnes, Brian
 
293 Son of Brian.
Name: Brian Barnes Baptism Date: 25 Sep 1624 Parish: St John At Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Parent(s): Brian Barnes,
Batherin Barnes Record Type: Baptism

Name: Brian Barnes Burial Date: 5 Aug 1629 Parish: St Leonard Shoreditch County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Parent(s): Brian,
Katherine Record Type: Burial
 
Barnes, Brian
 
294 Son of Brian.
?
Name: Brian Barnes Burial Date: 10 Nov 1624 Parish: St Dunstan and All Saints County: Middlesex Borough: Tower Hamlets Parent(s): Brian Record Type: Burial. Of Brookestreet, silkweaver.


Some early Barnes in St John Hackney including aElizabeth 1571 and Mary 1577, no parent given and a Mary baptised 1610 daughter of William. Elizabeth daughter of Anthony 1604 and George son of Anthony 1607. 
Barnes, Brian
 
295 Daughter of Bryant Barnes Barnes, Bridget
 
296 Son of Bryant Barnes, Bryant
 
297 The General Armory:
Baron(exemplified by Camden to Edward Baron alias Barnes, of London, son of Richard Baron of the same place, and grandson of Peter Baron Esq. of Saffron Walden, co Essex, Serjeant-at-law). Az. two lions pass. gaurd, in pale ar. Crest-Out of clouds ppr. issuing rays paleways or, an arm erect habiterd of the last, holding in the hand ppr. a broken sword ar hilt gold.


Possibility:
EDWARD BARNES Pedigree
Christening: 19 MAR 1563 Allhallows Honey Lane, London, London, England Parents: Father: RICHARD BARNES, Mercer

Also lived at Milk street according to daughter Alice's marriage:
b 1604-5 William Dobson, Esq., of St Andrew's, Holborn, Widower, 33, & Alice Barnes, Maiden, 18, of St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street; consent of father Edward Barnes, of same, Mercer; at St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, aforesaid.


William Barne (or Borne, Browne) was the tenant of 105/24A in 1571-4, holding by year at £1. ... 2) In 1524, Bartholomew Baron, mercer, obtained a lease from the Mercers' Company of the tenement and seld called the Crown (104/33). 3) In 1529-30, £10 was received from Bartholomew Barnes for the rent of a great tenement, either 142/1 or 2. 4) A Batholomew Barnes, mercer, was tenant of 145/39 and 105/1A from 1539, and in 1540 he gained the lease of 105/1B and 105/2. In or after 1548, Bartholomew Baron (d. 1548) or his son John Baron, citizen and mercer, acquired 105/1B-2. In 1551, John Baron, with his wife Elizabeth, granted and quitclaimed in the tenement with shops etc., representing 2 and probably 1B, lately occupied by his father and now by himself, to Robert Browne, citizen and goldsmith. In 1555, Robert Browne and his wife Margaret granted the same tenement back to John Baron, who still occupied it. John Barnes (probably identical with John Baron) occupied a house in this part of the parish (the last house listed in the tithe assessment) in 1558. .... 5) In 1548, Thomas Baron, citizen and mercer, acquired 145/39 and 105/1A. In 1550 Baron recovered a messuage in St. Pancras parish which may have been part of the settlement of 39. 6) In 1595, Edward Baron or Barnes, citizen and mercer, acquired 145/39 by bargain and sale and by a recovery in which Thomas Wade and John Brown recovered on Baron's behalf. In 1623 Baron granted the property to his sister Julian Stile, widow, by means of a fine. 7) Bartholomew Barne, mercer, was in possession at his death in 1548 of the 2 messuages occupying 104/43. Barne's heir was his son, Thomas Barne. 8) In 1585, Bartholomew Barnes, citizen and mercer, was granted 105/8-9A. 9) In a tithe account of 1602, a Mr. Barnes or Barnesh, was a tenant in 105/22B. 10) The Black Bull (11/8A1) was leased to Edward Barnes, citizen and mercer, from 1605, at £10 rent. Barnes assigned his lease to James Elwick, who paid the £10 rent from 1605 to 1607. 11) Richard Barnes succeeded as tenant of 11/8C in 1554; he paid the £6 rent until 1597. No renewals of Barnes' lease are noted and it may have been a very long one, possibly that granted in 1537-8. In his will of 1597, proved 1598, Richard Barne, citizen and mercer, parishioner of All Saints parish, left his messuage and buildings in Westcheap known as the Swan and the Harp, in which he carried on his trade of mercery, to his son Edward and his heirs. Edward Barnes paid the rent from 1597 to 1640. In 1611 he was granted a new lease of 21 years; the term was extended to 24 years in 1613. In 1634 Edward Barnes was granted another 21-year lease of the messuage in Honey Lane from 1637. In 1638 Mr. Barne paid tithe for a house in Honey Lane worth £16 p.a., and Mr. Nicholson paid tithe for a house worth £13 p.a. It is probable that these 2 houses together comprised 8C, which a few years later was known to have been divided. Edward Barnes was succeeded as rent-payer by Mrs. Katharine Barnes, widow, from 1640 to 1643.]

"The History and Antiquities of Syon Monastry, the Parish of Isleworth and the Chapelry of Hounslow " by George James Aungier. 1840.

"Near ye place was inturned the body of Edward Baron, Esq, who died the 18th day of December, 1640. He gave a silver guilt cup and cover for the servis of ye church. Also Catherine Baron, his wife, died 26 day of March, 1643. She gave to this parish 52 shillings a year, to be given to thirteen poor people of this parish in bread every Sabbath Day by the churchwarden for ever, charging her estate in Church Row for the churchwarden to levy ou of the same in case of non-payment, to make a distress of £5 for the use of the poor, being left unpaid, if lawfully demanded, one whole year. Also Mr William and Mrs Barbara Daw. Died in 1674. She was the daughter of Edward and Katherine Baron. This was erected by Jane Knowles the youngest daughter of William and Barbara Daw, being the only survivor, in the year 1721. This charity has been duly paid 71 years already."
Arms. Az two lions passant. Ar impaling, Per pale Or and Ar on a chevron Az. between three boars heads couped sa, three Byants, Wright. Crest, out of a cxloud and celestial crown, a hand in amour, Or holding a small Arch Or."

Citizen and Mercer Master 1615
Alderman 1612

All Saints, Isleworth:
.....The church, which stands near the waterside, is dedicated to All Saints.....Under the gallery are the monuments of Edward Baron, Esq. (fn. 94, 1640, and Mr. William Daw (who married his daughter Barbara),
From: 'Isleworth', The Environs of London: volume 3: County of Middlesex (1795), pp. 79-122. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45433 Date accessed: 08 April 2011.

1603 Dec. 28 a child of Mr Edward Barnes still borne, bur. and lyeth at the foot of the galery stayers betwex the pewes.
 
Barnes, Edward
 
298 Could Elizabeth be the daughter of Alice Harpsfield. See age at marriage and age at death?? Born circa 1550?

Possibility:
ELYZABETH BARNS Pedigree
Marriages:
Spouse: RYCHARD HARE Family
Marriage: 18 FEB 1565 Allhallows Honey Lane, London, London, England


Perient (Peryont), Elizabeth, widow of Sir George Perient, petitions to be discharged from furnishing light horse, 415. . See Perient, Elizabeth. .
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 22 (1971)



The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire, Henry Chauncy, 1826.
FROM THE LIBRARY OF E. A. GREENING LAMBORN PESENTED BY MISS E. M. LAMBORN
"Here lyeth the Body of Dame Elizabeth Perient Widow, who was the Daughter of Richard Baron, Esq; she was first Wife to Richard Hare, Esq; after to George Rotherham, Esq; lastly to Sir George Perient, Kt. She dyed the 2d. of December, 1665 being ninety years of age." (possibly should be 1635?)
 
Barnes, Elizabeth
 
299 Widford, Hertfordshire:
...In 1589 his son and heir Henry Adams conveyed it together with forty messuages, a water-mill, free warren, free fishery and view of frankpledge to Bartholomew Barnes, sen., and Bartholomew Barnes, jun. (fn. 29) A Bartholomew Barnes, probably the younger, citizen and mercer of London, settled it in 1608 on Elizabeth, one of his three daughters, the wife of Roland Backhouse, (fn. 30) also citizen and mercer of London. Their grandson, William Backhouse (son of Nicholas, a younger son of Roland), created a baronet in 1660, sold it with the water-mill, warren, fishery, and frankpledge to William Bird (fn. 31) of Martocks in Ware. Thomas Bird, according to Chauncy, was lord of the manor in 1700. (fn. 32)
From: 'Parishes: Widford', A History of the County of Hertford: volume 3 (1912), pp. 402-406. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43632 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.


Backhouse, Rowland (b. c.1558, d. 1648), cit. & mercer, aldm., son of Nicholas, brother of Samuel, husband of Elizabeth, f. of Nicholas. 11/2, 11/3
Elizabeth w. of (fl. 1660, d. 1664). 11/3
From: 'Index of Persons - B', Historical gazetteer of London before the Great Fire: Cheapside; parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St Martin Pomary, St Mary le Bow, St Mary Colechurch and St Pancras Soper Lane (1987). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22622 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.

 
Barnes, Elizabeth
 
300 There is an Ellyn Barnes baptised St John Hackney. 28th October, 1621 daughter of Brian or Bryant Barnes?? Other siblings: Brian, Katheren, Bridget.

 
Barnes, Ellin
 

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