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301 Is this a daughter of Bartholemew Barnes? Not mentioned in his will of 1605. Deceased??

London: - Marriage Licences, 1520-1610
Burials.
Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of London.
1595.
County: London
Country: England
12 Apr 1595 John Heaton [? Henton], Mercer, & Jane Barnes, of St Swithin's, London, Spr, dau. of Bartholomew Barnes, of same, Mercer; Gen. Lic.
 
Barnes, Jane
 
302 Possibility:??
JANE BARNS Pedigree
Marriages:
Spouse: ROBERT COB Family
Marriage: 26 SEP 1575 Allhallows Honey Lane, London, London, England

Middlesex Pedigrees 1914 has pedigree of Cobb, showing him having:
Nathaniell, who had 3 daus living in 1625
Margaret, m James Traves
Ellen, m Francis Taylor of London
Martha, m John Sherington of London

ROBERT m. JANE BARNS 26 SEP 1575 Allhallows Honey Lane
Note: the father of all of the following was ROBERT
MARGETT Female Christening: 22 SEP 1577 M. JAMES TRAVERS 29 MAY 1593
RICHARD Male Christening: 04 JAN 1579 Will 1617 Girdler and Citizen of London
ELYNE Female Christening: 24 MAY 1580 M. FRANCIS TAYLOR 01 JUN 1598
ROBERT Male Christening: 24 MAY 1581 Burial: 29 MAY 1581
NATHANIELL Male Christening: 10 JUN 1582
MARTHA Female Christening: 30 JAN 1586
MARY Female Christening: 09 JUN 1588
HENRY Male Christening: 10 AUG 1589 Burial: 03 MAR 1595
ELIZABETH Burial 24 MAY 1603
ROBERT Burial 19 Feb 1606, noted as merchant
 
Barnes, Jane
 
303 There is a John Barnes buried All Hallows Honey Lane in 1601?

Possibility:
Description Will of John Barnes, Grocer of London
Date 27 September 1613. PROB 11/122
 
Barnes, John
 
304 Essex Record Office
Level: Category Estate and Family records
Level: Fonds MILDMAY FAMILY RECORDS TRANSFERRED FROM HAMPSHIRE RECORD OFFICE
Level: Sub-Fonds ECCLESIASTICAL AND CHARITY
Level:
Item
Reference Code D/DMy/15M50/657
Dates of Creation 20 August 1535
Scope and Content Certified extract from the Registry of the Bishop of London of Agreement for annual rent to support 2 fellows of All Souls, Oxford and to obtain composition for tithes from the Ordinary
Executors of the will of William Pownsett of Barking gent., Warden of All Souls College, Oxford and the Vicar of Barking
Recites that the Executors of William Pownsett have brought from Thomas Baron alias BARNE of Aldborough Hatch, by deed 12 Dec. 1556 the rectory of Barking and the advowson of the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Barking and the tithes, which the Executors have given to the Warden of All Souls College, Oxford to support 2 fellows, with certain provisoes
Confirmed by the Bishop of London 18 September 1557
Date From 1535
Date To 1535
Essex Record Office


A Thomas Baron who Barnes died seized of the Manor of Wangay(parcel of Barking Abbey) in 1573. This had been purchased by him in 1551 from Edward Lord Clinton.

Level: Category Archdeaconry records
Level: Fonds ARCHDEACONRY OF ESSEX
Level: Sub-Fonds WILLS
Level: File WILLs
Level: Item WILL of Joan BARON of BARKING
Level:
Item
Reference Code D/AEW 1/215
Dates of Creation 12 March 1484/5
Title [WILL of Joan BARON of BARKING]
Date From 1484
Date To 1485

D1637
Covering dates c.1225 - 1927
Held by Gloucestershire Archives
Extent 148 files
Source of acquisition Given by Messrs. Adams, solicitors, 1, South Square, Gray's Inn, London, W.C.1. per B.R.A., (B.R.A. 1069)
Creators Bagehot-Delabere family of Gloucestershire; Delabere, Bagehot-, family of Gloucestershire; Bagehot family of Gloucestershire; Delabere family of Gloucestershire
There are few records in this group besides estate records relating directly to the Ellenborough family.
The second group consists of records of families related to the Bagehot Delabere family by marriage. A pedigree found with D1637/T32 helps to elucidate these relationships. There are the Hoby family of Badsey, Worcs., linked by the marriage of Richard Delabere and Margaret Hoby, 1608 (marriage settlement, D1637/F9), the Neale family of Bedfordshire and Essex linked by the marriage of Kennard Delabere and Hester Neale (before 1734, pedigree in D1637/T32) and the Stephens family of Upper Lypiatt linked by the marriages of John Delabere (1640-1691) and Anne daughter of John Stephens and of William Bagehot Delabere and Hester, daughter of Thomas Stephens of Upper Lypiatt (married at Old Sodbury, 1726). This group also contains a grant of arms to the Baron alias Barne family of Essex (F 11). While this document seems to be of the same group as the Neale family, no evidence has been found for any relationship.

'Henry VIII: July 1516, 11-20', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 2: 1515-1518 (1864), pp. 655-670, 11 July.
P. S.2162. For RIC. BARON, alias BARNE, mercer, alias SMITH, of London.
Protection; going in the retinue of Sir Ric. Wyngfeld, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 9 July 8 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 July. Fr. 8 Hen. VIII. m. 4.
From: 'Henry VIII: July 1516, 11-20', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 2: 1515-1518 (1864), pp. 655-670. URL: https://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90915 Date accessed: 28 February 2009.


1583 BARNS AN EDWARDS RIC BARKING ESSEX

 
Barnes, John Baron alias
 
305 Possibly buried St Marys Colechurch, London. Registers only start 1558. Checked from 1558-1606. no burial for John or other male Barnes.

1571 BARNES ELZ ACKLEYSHOW EDW ST MARY COLECHURCH LONDON
1562 BARNES ELZ CONNIES RALF ST MARY COLECHURCH LONDON
1561 BARNS JN LONDON (ALL HALLOWS LONDON WALL) LONDON 1569 BARNS JN LONDON (ST MARY LE BOW) LONDON 1572 BARNS JN LONDON (ST NICHOLAS COLE ABBEY) LONDON 1574 BARN JN LONDON (CHRIST CHURCH NEWGATE STREET) LONDON
Mercers' Company, London, Registers of Writings, ii, fol.11-11v: The tithe of the parsonage of Colechurch in London, gathered by Lereriche Forster Clerke AD 1558
Bartholomew Baron, mercer, obtained a lease from the Mercers' Company of the tenement and seld called the Crown (104/33). 3) In 1529-30, L10 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. Possibly 1B-2 was the messuage and curtilage which Thomas Cranfield and Edward Ockelshawe recovered from William Leonard, mercer, in 1573; Leonard called Bartholomew Barnes, mercer, to warrant. 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 L10 rent. Barnes assigned his lease to James Elwick, who paid the L10 rent from 1605 to 1607. 11) Richard Barnes succeeded as tenant of 11/8C in 1554; he paid the L6 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 L16 p.a., and Mr. Nicholson paid tithe for a house worth L13 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.]
Foxes Book of Martyrs
John Barnes Mercer
Stephen Gardiner accused him of vandalising the statue of Becket which stood over the Mercers' chapel in Cheapside. 1563, p. 1081; 1570, pp. 1705-06; 1576, p. 1456; 1583, p. 1529.
This account of the repeated iconoclasm against the statue of Becket first appears in the 1563 edition and was reprinted without alteration in all subsequent editions. Foxe was certainly drawing on oral sources for this, very probably John Barnes or a member of his family or household. Foxe presents Barnes's grievances in the matter sympathetically, and in some detail. The repeated attacks on the statue are widely reported in other sources (see Brigden, p. 593).

Furthermore, this foresaid fourteenth day of February, the lord chancellor, and other his fellow bishops, caused the image of Thomas Becket, that old Romish traitor, to be set up over the Mercer's chapel door in Cheapside in London, in the form and shape of a bishop, with mitre and crosier. Howbeit within two days after his erection, his two blessing fingers were first broken away, and on the next day (being the seventeenth of February) his head also was stricken off. Whereupon arose great trouble, and many were suspected; among whom one Master John Barnes, mercer, dwelling over against the same chapel, was vehemently by the lord chancellor charged withal, as the doer thereof; and the rather, for that he was a professor of the truth. Wherefore he, and three of his servants, were committed to prison; and at his delivery (although it could not be proved upon him) he was bound in a great sum of money as well to build it up again as often as it should be broken down, as also to watch and keep the same. And therefore, at this his compelled charges, the image was again set up the second day of March then next ensuing: but, for lack belike of careful watching, the fourteenth day of the same month in the night, the head of that dangerous beast, over whom there was such charge given, was again the second time broken off: which thing was so heinously taken, that the next day, being the fifteenth day, there was a proclamation made in London, that whosoever would tell who did strike off his head, (though he were of counsel, and not the principal doer,) he should have not only his pardon, but also one hundred crowns of gold, with hearty thanks. But it was not known who did it.
 
Barnes, John Baron alias
 
306 Aunt? Cousin?
Name: Julian Barnes Marriage Date: 14 Jan 1586 Parish: St Magnus The Martyr County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: John Harison Record Type: Marriage



Probably Marraige:
1574 BARNS JULIAN CUTLER THO KINGSTON CAMBRIDGESHIRE


Text: 30 Jan 1604-5 Oliver Stile, of St James, Garlick Hithe, London, Grocer, & Juliana Cutler, of St Andrew Undershaft, sd City, widow of Thomas Cutler, late of St Mary Bowe, sd City, Grocer; at St James, Garlick Hithe. Book: Burials. Collection: London: - Marriage Licences, 1520-1610 (Marriage


In 1595 Robert Cage and his wife Anne granted 39 to Edward Baron of Barnes, citizen and mercer, 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. In 1624 Julian Stile leased all or part of 39 to Richard Bull, for 15 3/4 years from 1639, at 60 rent. She died in 1627, leaving the Angel to her grandson Richard Cutler, in tail male.

From: 'St. Pancras Soper Lane 145/39', 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. 805-810. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5045 Date accessed: 25 February 2009.
 
Barnes, Julian
 
307 May be buried St Mary Aldermanbury. Check records. Barnes, Julian
 
308 Daughter of Bryant Barnes, Katheren
 
309 Boyd has this Margaret marrying a Humphry Robinson??

Married as his second wife Maurise Abbott, Lord Mayor of London, 1638

London: - Marriage Licences, 1520-1610
Burials.
Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of London.
1598.
County: London
Country: England
27 May 1598 Maurice Abbott, of St Michael Bassishaw, Draper, age 30 or more, a Widower about eight months past, & Margaret Barnes, Maiden, of Widdford, co. Herts, dau. of Bartholomew Barnes, of same, Gent., & with his consent; age about 18; at Widford Church, where she dwells.

The Surrey Archeological Collection
Surrey Archaeological Collection
Page 259
Funeral Certificate of Dame Margaret Abbott
The vertuous Lady Dame Margaret Abbott, late wife of Sir Maurice Abbott, Knight Alderman of London, and daughter of Bartholomew Barnes, citizen and sometime Alderman of London who departed this mortal life the fifthe day of September 1630 whose body was brought from the Drapers hall in Lothberie with solemn proceedings to St Stephens Church in Coleman Street the 13th of the said month following, where her funeral was worshipfully solempnized according to her degree. She had issue by Sir Maurice her said husband five sons and five daughters. Batholomew and Maurice first sonnes died without issue. George Abbott eldest sonne and heir now living of the age of 29 years, Maurice Abbott second sonne of the age of 28 years, and Edward youngest son of 25 years now remaining in Legorne in Italy. Margaret eldest daughter of the age of 28 years married to Thomas Marshe of Waseley in the county of Huntington, Esquire. Elizabeth second daughter married to William Tresham son of Sir Thomas Tresham of Newton in the county of Northhampton, Knight. Anne third daughter died young, Mary fourth daughter of the age of nineteen years and Martha youngest daughter of the age of sixteen years. The officers of arms that directed the said funeral, was John Philpot Somerset Deputy of Sir Richard St. George Clarenceux King of Arms and Samson Lennard Blewmantle, who served for himself. By whom this certificate was taken to be registered in the Office of Armes."
 
Barnes, Margaret
 
310 Mentioned in grandmothers will of 1637. Married an Allen Barnes, Margaret
 
311 Will of Lady Margaret Napier 19 February 1638 PROB 11/176
...Note at start May 13th or thereabouts the first time Sir Maurice Abbott came down after the Ladie Napier fell sick and her speech fayled her.
Sire Morris to be executor and to remember her servants.

Sentence of Margaret Napier or Nappier alias Barnes of Luton, Bedfordshire 16 June 1638 PROB 11/177


Marraige:
BARTHELMEW BARNS Pedigree
Spouse: MARGERET BARNS Family
Marriage: 23 SEP 1572 Allhallows Honey Lane, London, London, England

Second Marriage:
London: - Marriage Licences, 1520-1610
Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of London.
1609-10.
County: London
Country: England
09 Feb 1609-10 Robert Sandy, of St Martin Outwich, London, Merchant, Widower, & Margaret Barnes, of St Swithin's, London, widow of Bartholomew Barnes, late of same, Mercer; at St Martin Outwich aforesaid.


No parent given. Possibility?
MARGET BARNE Pedigree
Birth:
Christening: 14 MAY 1556 Saint James Garlickhithe, London, London, England


 
Barnes, Margaret
 
312 LDS has baptised 30 Jul 1579, St. Mary le Bow, London, Middlesex, England??

Husband marriedly secondly Anne Pryatt St Bartholomew Exchange, London in 1606.
1605 ROBINSON HUM PRAT AN ST BARTHOLOMEW BY THE EXCHANGE LONDON

There is a Mary Barnes daughter of Bartholomew baptised at Barking, Essex in 1581. Same family?? 
Barnes, Marie
 
313 Not mentioned in fathers will. Barnes, Mary
 
314 Will of Powle Barnes, Mercer of London 08 September 1608 PROB 11/112

Barking, Essex Registers:
1594. Powll Barnes and Sara Randall. P. licence
1 Feby. 1603. Powl Barnes and Elizabeth Skingle
3 July. 1604. Powl Barnes and Susanna Snelling 6 Aug
3 Sept 1608. Powl Barnes buried

Visitation of London:
Powl Barnes of London, Mercer, third son. Thomas Barnes of Barking.
Buried September 3 1608. Will Aldborough dated August 18 1608; proved Sept. fol- Hatch, Gent., P. C. C. (Windebank 79.) eldest son and his son William buried at Barking Sept. 2 heir. Buried at 1607: and son Bartholomew buried there Barking Decem- Oct. 11 1607.
 
Barnes, Paul
 
315 Possibly died before 1548 as IPM of father names brother Thomas as heir.

Sergeant-in-law.(Barrister/lawyer)

Reference Code D/B 2/TDS4/2
Dates of Creation 8 May 1527
Extent 1 item
Title [Deed: Gift Cristina Spruse, widow, daughter and heir of William Dyer of Chipping Walden, to PETER BARNE, gent, Thomas Albury and Thomas Downyng Land in Saffron Walden (under the terms of her father's will)]
Scope and Content Gift
Cristina Spruse, widow, daughter and heir of William Dyer of Chipping Walden, to PETER BARNE, gent, Thomas Albury and Thomas Downyng
Land in Saffron Walden (under the terms of her father's will)
Language Latin, with translation
Date From 1527

Other sons:/relatives ??
Introduction
This property, at the E. end of the parish, was bounded to the W. by 11, to the N. and E. by properties in St. Lawrence Jewry parish, and again to the E. by 104/35. In 1459 it was said to have a frontage to Cheapside of 22 ft. 2 in. (6.76 m.), and to extend 167 ft. 7 in. (51.08 m.) N. from the street. (fn. 1)
On the street frontage the property corresponded to no. 101 and part of no. 102 Cheapside in 1858.

From: 'All Hallows Honey Lane 11/12', 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. 102-104.
In 1536 the parish let the Bull Head to George Barnes, alderman, for a term of years at 15. rent. The charges for the chantry, amounting to 7. 13s. 10d. p.a. in all, were borne jointly with a property in the parish of St. James Garlickhithe, and the combined annual value of the two after all expenses excluding repairs was 17. 1s. 8d. Barnes appears to have been resident here, probably with John Marre, in 1541; in 1544, however, Barnes, was noted in the subsidy list for this parish, but not assessed because he was charged under Broad Sreet ward. This probably indicates that he was not resident in 12 by that time. George Barnes alias Baron, alderman, acquired 11 in 1544, and in December 1548, with Henry Becher, haberdasher, bought 12, still held by Barnes on lease but now in the occupation of John Marre and Henry Hayes, from the Crown for 224. All the quit-rents were said to be discharged except for the 6s. 8d. payable to Barnes as owner of 11, but the 8s. payable to the owner of 104/35 was still being paid in the 17th century. (fn. 11) For the later history of 12, see under 11/11-12.

From: 'All Hallows Honey Lane 11/12', 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. 102-104. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=7942. Date accessed: 20 August 2008. URL:

St. Bartholomew's Priory was dissolved in 1539 and 11 was sold in 1544 to George Baron or Barne, citizen and alderman, and George Baron, gentleman, for 15 years' purchase of 18. 2s. 8d., though part of the property included in that valuation had previously been granted rent-free for life to the Dales by the Crown. Sir George Barne, citizen and alderman, died in 1558, having devised 11 to his wife Alice for life, with remainder to his sons George and John; the premises were valued at 41. He had also, with Henry Becher, bought the adjoining tenement (12), a former chantry property, in 1548, but this was not mentioned in his inquisition post mortem, and might therefore have been held by feoffees at his death. (fn. 12)

From: 'All Hallows Honey Lane 11/11', 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. 97-101. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=7004. Date accessed: 20 August 2008.

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: 20 August 2008.

London: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem, City of London, 1485-1561
Burials.
Inquisitions of the Reign of King Henry the Eighth.
Robert Downe.
County: London
Country: England
Also of 2 messuages, with shops, etc. late in the several tenures of Thomas Barret and Robert Bynlowes situate in Bordhallane in the said parish of St. Mary of Colchurch, sometime belonging to the House or College of Acon, London, now dissolved and suppressed, which the said Richard Downe lately purchased to him and his heirs for ever of the grant of Bartholomew Baron, citizen and mercer of London.

England: Canterbury - Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1383-1558 (A-J)
1383 to 1558.
County: General
Country: England
1537 Baron, Richard, Northe Marston, Bucks. 4 Dyngeley

Any connection??
TITLE DEEDS

FILE - Gift to uses from John Ben of Walden Co. Essex, and Joan his wife, to Thomas Fenne, chaplain, their son, John Grene, knight, Richard Baron, gent., Thomas Smyth and Henry Ben - ref. ACC/903/45 - date: 11 January 1526

FILE - Gift from Thomas Fenne, clerk, to Aldred Fitziames & Nicholas Rutlond of London, gents., Richard Clerke, clerk, Simon Dison of London, esq., John Aylewarde of London, haberdasher, Thomas Smyth of Walden, Co. Essex, yeoman, of land in the town and fields of Enfield - ref. ACC/903/46 - date: 6 June 1526
[from Scope and Content] Which Fenne had with John Grene, knt., Richard Baron, gent., for the use of Fenne and Joan Ben (now deceased) by gift and feoffment from John Ben and Joan his wife, dated 11th January 1526 and 15th February 1526.

(A Batholomew Barnes who died in 1548 owned Aldbourough Hatch or Aldbury)
Roger Hill, who was knighted by Charles II in 1668. His third marriage, in 1662, to Abigail Barnes, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Barnes, brought him an estate at Aldborough Hatch in Essex, where he died on 21 April 1667. He was buried in the Temple Church.

In 1551 Wangey was granted by the Crown to Edward Fiennes, Lord Clinton and Saye, Lord High Admiral. (fn. 620) He sold it in the same year to Thomas Baron (or Barnes), (fn. 621) who already owned Aldborough Hatch, Downshall, and Newbury. (fn. 622) Wangey descended with Aldborough Hatch until 1590, when Thomas Barnes, son of the purchaser, conveyed it to Joseph Haynes (d. 1621),

From: 'The ancient parish of Barking: Manors', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 5 (1966), pp. 190-214. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42723. Date accessed: 15 September 2008.

Histoy of Catholic Since 1534
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 commission 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 I55 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.

There is an entry in the Oxford Alumni:
Barnes, Peter(Barnis or Barons) BA 23.10.1526 MA(sup. 26 May) 1528 (Memo. admon. MA at Oxford for Peter Barnes BA 18th July, 1528.
Also entry for Robert Barne(or Baron) BA 6th May 1534. Fellow of Merton Colledge 1538. MA 29th July, 1541 B. Med sup 1547-48. Created D. Med 27th Aug. 1566. Lionacre lecturer 1558. His will proved at Oxford 12th December, 1604.

Any connection??
Essex Record Office
Level: Category Records in private custody
Level: Fonds MICROFILM OF RECORDS OF MANORS IN CHIGWELL AND LAMBOURNE AND DEEDS
Level: Series Manor of Woolston Hall in Chigwell
Level:
Item
Reference Code T/B 138/11/1
Dates of Creation 4 July 1530
Scope and Content Microfilm of exemplification of common recovery
Humfrey Browne, sergeant-at-law, Richard Baron of Walden, gent., PETER BARON of Clophill, gent., Richard Gibson, citizen and merchant taylor, Jn. Lowen, citizen and draper, Thomas Cheverell citizen and haberdasher, all of London, and Thomas Grene of Codred, yeo., v. George Scott, senior
Manor of Wolhampton alias Wolston, 10a. land, 24a. meadow, 80a. pasture, 8a. wood and 9 rent in Chigwell
Vouchee: Thomas Chapman
Date From 1530
Date To 1530

Boyd's-only Peter Barne/s Burials:
1563 BARNS PET CLAPHAM SURREY

Edward alias Baron:
Arms: 2 lions passant guard, in pale ar.
Crest: Out of clouds appr. issaying rays paleways or an arm erect habited of the last, holding in the hand ppp a broken sword ar. Hilt gold.

Baron alias Barne of Aldborough county Essex. Allowed 1568. Per fess az. and gu. two lions passant guard. ar collared counter changed.

Commissions of the Peace.
12. Essex: Sir Thos. More, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. earl of Wiltshire, John earl of Oxford, Hen. earl of Essex, Thos. earl of Rutland, Robt. earl of Sussex, Wm. prior of St. John's of Jerusalem in England, Hen. lord Morley, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, jun., Thos. abbot of Colchester, Sir Robt. Norwich, Thos. Inglefeld, Chris. Hales, attorney general, Sir Brian Tuke, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam, sen., Sir Th. Tyrell of Hern, Sir Roger Wentworth, Sir Giles Capell, Sir John Grene, Sir John Raynesford, Sir Thos. Seymour, Sir Thos. Tey, Sir Wm. Pyrton, Humph. Broune, serjeant-at-law, Thos. Audeley, Humph. Wingfeld, John Seyntclere, Thos. Bonham, Wm. West, Edward Tyrell, John Smyth, Roger Cholmeley, Wm. Bradbury, Ric. Riche, Ric. Higham, John Pilbarough, Peter Baron, John Edmunds, jun., Barth. Prowse. Westm., 12 Dec.-Pat. 22 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 13d.

From: 'Henry VIII: December 1530, 19-28', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4: 1524-1530 (1875), pp. 3059-3078. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91412 Date accessed: 30 June 2011.
 
Barnes, Peter Baron alias
 
316 All Hallows Honey Lane, London, Parish Registers:
Maye 9 Mr Richard Barne alias Baron of the Worshipfull Companye of the Mercers, dyed 24 of Aprill & was buryed 9 of Maye in ye Mercers chapell. [In the margin : to ye church 5^]


Description Will of Richard Barne or Barnes, Mercer of All Hallows Honey Lane, City of London
Date 25 April 1598 PROB 11/91



William Marche was succeeded as tenant by Richard Barnes in 1554; he paid the 6 rent until 1597. Barnes probably held on a lease to repair, but in 1565-6 the Drapers paid 1. 13s. 8 1/2/d. and contributed the materials for digging up and re-laying the watercourse running through the stables of Blossoms Inn to St. Lawrence Lane, partly in hard stone and partly planked. No further works at the company's cost are recorded. No renewals of Richard 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 on the expiry of his old one, for the old rent of 6 and a fine of 200; the term was extended to 24 years in 1613 on his promise to spend money in repairs. The fine was paid by Michaelmas 1614. (fn. 126)
In 1634 Edward Barnes was granted another 21-year lease of the messuage in Honey Lane from 1637, at 6 rent and 200 fine, which he paid in instalments in 1634-5 and 1636-7. In 1638 Mr. Barne paid tithe for a house in Honey Lane worth 16 p.a., and Mr. Nicholson, named immediately after him, 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. Two warehouses, valued at 4 p.a. each, may have belonged either to 8C or to 5. Edward Barnes was succeeded as rent-payer by Mrs. Katharine Barnes, widow, from 1640 to 1643. In 1643 William Daw succeeded, and the property was now described as one tenement now made 2. He paid the rent until 1649-50, when he assigned the lease to Margaret Nicon, who paid the rent until 1658.

From: 'All Hallows Honey Lane 11/8', 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. 48-78. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=6877. Date accessed: 28 August 2008.

London Burials Index 1538-1872
1598 BARN RIC LONDON (ALL HALLOWS HONEY LANE) LONDON

Boyd's Marriage Index:
1548 BARNES RIC MORTON MGT ST PETER WESTCHEAP LONDON

John Strype. A Survey of the Cities of Westminster and London
Cheape Ward. [S. Thomas of Acars.]
Richard Baron, Armig. and Mercer of London. Ob. 1598. Had issue of his first Wife Alice Harpsfield, one Son and one Daughter: And of Margaret Morton his second Wife, seven Sons and two Daughters. His Coat was born impaled with his two Wives. 1. two Lions passant Gardant. 2 Harpsfield, 3 harps. 3 Morton, One Escalop between three Wolves heads erazed.


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Will of Powle Barnes, Mercer of London 08 September 1608 PROB 11/112

 
Barnes, Richard
 
317 No parents given.
as Richard Barnes is buried Jackney St John in 1680. 
Barnes, Richard
 
318 Not mentioned in father Richard's will.
Could this be the same man??
England: Canterbury - Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629
1620 to 1629.
County: General
Country: England
1621 Barnes, Barne, Richard, esquire, Tangley, co. Surrey 38 Dale
 
Barnes, Richard
 
319 No parents given. Barnes, Suzan
 
320 ?
Will of Thomas Barnes, Gentleman of Barking, Essex 28 January 1629 PROB 11/155 
Barnes, Thomas
 
321 Not mentioned in father Richard's will.

Any connection??
Barne, Thomas (1585-1585)
CCEd Person ID: 44785 ?? Go to another record:
Comments
VENN (AS BARNES or BARNE): Probably matric. sizar from ST JOHN'S, Easter, 1578. B. in All Hallows, Honey Lane, London. B.A. from Trinity, 1579-80; M.A. 1583. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 29, 1585, age 26. R. of Pyecombe, Sussex.
When ordained deacon, 29 Oct. 1585, noted as Late pensioner of Trinity College, Cambridge; presented as Rector of Picombe, Sussex by Queen.
 
Barnes, Thomas
 
322 Check for Will 1573

Possibility??
Manor of Wangay.
The manor of Wangay, or Wangey, (parcel of the possessions of Barking Abbey,) was on lease, when that monastery was dissolved, to John Humphreys. King Edward VI. granted it, in 1551, to Edward Lord Clinton (fn. 65) . It was sold by him the same year to Thomas Baron, or Barnes (fn. 66) , who died seised of it in 1573 (fn. 67) . Soon afterwards it reverted to the crown.

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.

Possibility??
Another Line?
Essex Record Office
Level: Category Archdeaconry records
Level: Fonds ARCHDEACONRY OF ESSEX
Level: Sub-Fonds WILLS
Level: File Wills
Level: Item Will of Thomas Baron alias BARNES of Alborough Hatch, Barking, Gentleman
Level:
Item

Gloucestershire Record Office
Baron alias Barne family [no ref. or date]
Contents:
Same group as Neale family but no evidence that related
[no title] D1637/F11 1572/3
1
Contents:
Grant of arms to Thomas Baron alias Barne the elder of Aldborough Hatch [in Barking], Essex, esquire. (Illuminated with seal in wooden skippet).

Reference Code D/AEW 11/82
Dates of Creation 22 December 1596
Title [Will of Thomas Baron alias BARNES of Alborough Hatch, Barking, Gentleman]
Date From 1596
Date To 1596
Essex Record Office
Level: Category Archdeaconry records
Level: Fonds ARCHDEACONRY OF ESSEX
Level: Sub-Fonds WILLS
Level: File WILLs
Level: Item WILL of Thomas BARNES of BARKING

Item
Reference Code D/AEW 18/278
Dates of Creation 1 May 1629
Title [WILL of Thomas BARNES of BARKING]
Date From 1629
Date To 1629

Aldborough Hatch was a capital mansion situated in a forest 4 miles from Barking Church. Bartholomew Baron first owned it then passed it to his son thomas and his son Thomas died siezed of it in 1626 or 1629.
In 1551 Thomas purchased the manor of Wangey and he already owned Aldborough Hatch, Downshall and Newbury in Essex.

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1573. Thomas Barnes of Allborough Hatch gent. bur. July 7.

Any connection??
Name: John Barnes Burial Date: 25 Oct 1563 Parish: St Stephen Coleman Street County: London Borough: City of London Parent(s): Thoms Record Type: Burial
 
Barnes, Thomas Baron alias
 
323 Not mentioned in father Richard's will Barnes, William
 
324 No parents given in register.

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Name: William Barnes Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 03 Oct 1641 Baptism/Christening Place: SAINT JOHN,HACKNEY,LONDON,ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Barnes

Name: William Barnes Burial Date: 28 Apr 1642 Parish: St John at Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Record Type: Burial Register Type: Parish Register

Name: Wm Barnes Burial Date: 27 Mar 1642 Parish: St John at Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Record Type:
Burial Register Type: Parish RegisterName:

Corne Barnes Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 06 Oct 1644 Baptism/Christening Place: SAINT JOHN,HACKNEY,LONDON,ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Barnes

Name: Richard Barnes Baptism Date: 18 Jun 1646 Parish: St John at Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Parent(s): William Barnes, Ann Barnes Record Type: Baptism Register Type: Parish Register

Name: Susan Barnes Baptism Date: 24 Oct 1648 Parish: St John at Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Parent(s): William Barnes,Ann Barnes Record Type: Christening Register Type: Parish Register

Name: Susan Barnes Burial Date: 1651 Parish: St John at Hackney County: Middlesex Borough: Hackney Record Type: Burial Register Type: Parish Register
 
Barnes, Wyllym
 
325 There is a Jane Bartlett born 1697 to James and Jane Bartlett in Trowbridge, Wiltshire? IGI

Any connection?
Day: 19 Month: Jun Year: 1732 Groom Forenames: John Groom Surname: NEAT Groom's parish: All Cannings Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: Groom's age: Groom's notes: Bride Forenames: Jane Bride Surname: BARRETT Bride's parish: All Cannings Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: Bride's age: Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Lydiard Tregoze Bondsman 1: NEAT Jeffery, All Cannings Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire

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Name: Jane Neate Gender: Female Birth Date: abt 1733 Christening Date: 30 Jan 1733 Christening Place: Yatesbury, Wiltshire, England Father's Name: John Neate Mother's Name: Jane
Name: Thomas Neate Gender: Male Birth Date: abt 1739 Christening Date: 29 Apr 1739 Christening Place: Yatesbury, Wiltshire, England Father's Name: John Neate Mother's Name: Jane
 
Barrett, Jane
 
326 Date about 1503/4??
D/DL/T1/543
Level: Item Dates of Creation c. 1500 Scope and Content Quitclaim.
Thos. Pasmer, gent. (son and heir of Rich.Pasmer and wife Joan, lately of Rainham) and George Sutton of co.Middx., gent., to John Barett, gent., and wife Philippa, Sir Thos.Tyrell, kt., Thos.Tyrell, arm.,Wm.Poyntz, arm., John Harpesfield, gent.,and John Elmeshale.
Lands, tenements, etc. called Laurence, Gerveys, Cristmaslande and Otters Croft in Aveley, South Ockendon, Stifford and Wennington.
Signatures of Thos.Pasmer and George Sutton, with good seals.

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Will of John Barett 23 February 1527 PROB 11/22

Essex Archives:
D/DL/T1/604
Level: Item Dates of Creation 18 May 1520 Scope and Content Final Concord.
John Barett, gent., Sir Thos.Tyrell, Kt., of Heron, Wm.Poyntz, arm., John Harpesfeld, and Gilb.Gentill v John Ketilby, arm., and wife Margaret, Robt.Wareham, gent. and wife Isabel.
Messuage, 40 ac. land, 30 ac. pasture, and 10 ac. wood in Aveley and Upminster. [No details, but see also D/DL T1/589.]
Consideration: 100 marks.


D/DL/T1/602A
Level: Item Dates of Creation Trinity 1514 Scope and Content Final Concord [and counterpart]
Sir Thos.Tyrell, kt., of Heron,Wm.Tyrell, arm., Wm.Poynes, arm., John Harpesfeld, Gilb.Jentyll, Lodowic Harpesfeld, John Barett and Peter Potkyn, clerk, v John Webbe and wife Margaret, Thos. Ponde and wife Agnes, and Joan Somer. Messuage called Somers at Heth, 71 ac.land, ac.meadow, 11 ac. pasture, and 10 ac. wood in Aveley and Stifford. Consideration 100.
 
Barrett, John
 
327 Citizen and Grocer according to father in law will of 1603. Barrett, William
 
328 Possibility?
1911 Census: Aldershot, Surrey, England:
Name: William George Barwood Age in 1911: 18 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893 Birth Place: Clacton-On-Sea, Essex, England Civil parish: Aldershot County/Island: Surrey Country: England Street Address: Royal Artillery Barracks East Of Gun Hill Road) Part Area 11c), Wellington Lines, Aldershot Marital Status: Single Registration district: Farnham Registration District Number: 34 Sub-registration district: Aldershot ED, institution, or vessel: 13 Piece: 3122
 
Barwood, George
 
329 On the east wall of the north aisle is the monument of Francis Holbourn, Esq. Admiral of the White, and Rear-admiral of GreatBritain, who died in 1771; and that of his wife Frances, who died in 1763. On the north wall are those of Marc Antoine Bonoit, Esq.a native of France, tutor to Henry Duke of Newcastle, who died in1687; Lieut. Col. Floyer, who died in 1731; Charles Floyer, Esq.who died in 1766; and Joseph Bentley, Esq. who died in 1660.The last-mentioned monument commemorates also Eleanor, daughter of Joseph Bentley, and wife of Richard Graves, Esq. of Lincoln's-inn,who died in 1656, and lies buried at Richmond with four of herchildren. This monument, which is adorned with several busts,has been engraved by Vertue. It is now concealed by the gallery.

From: 'Richmond', The Environs of London: volume 1: County of Surrey (1792), pp. 436-469. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45389 Date accessed: 24 October 2011.

Text: 24 Jul 1661 William Morgan, of St Andrew's, Holborn, Gent., Bachr, abt 30, & Elizabeth Greaves, Spr, about 20, dau. of Richard Graves, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., who consents; at St Matthew, Friday Street.

Name: Richard Graves Of Lincolns Inn Marriage Date: 3 Jul 1635 Parish: Holy Trinity Minories County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: Ellmon Barkes (Ellinor Baites) daughter of Richard of St Selpuchre, London, Record Type: Marriage Register Type: Parish Register
 
Bates, Eleanor
 
330 Any connection to the Anthony Bathe of Purton, 1697-1769 who had the following children: William, Richard, John, James, Anthony, Robert, Elizabeth and Edmond. Supposidly married Elizabeth Avery in 1732. Did Martha die young and then he remarry within three years of his 1729 marriage to Martha Neate?

Day: 27 Month: Feb Year: 1769 Age: 72 Forenames: Anthony Surname: BATHE Place: Purton County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 110160 Notes: husb of Elizabeth

Title deeds

FILE [no title] - ref. 9/6/148 - date: 17 July 1770
\_ [from Scope and Content] Copy release (lease for a year missing) to the uses of an intended will, (1) William Bathe, eldest son of Anthony Bathe, late of Purton, yeoman, deceased, (2) Richard Bathe, second son of Anthony, (3) John Bathe, third son of the same (4) James Bathe, fourth son of the same, (5) Anthony Bathe, fifth son of the same (6) Elizabeth Bathe of Purton, widow and executrix of the will of the same (7) Robert Bathe, sixth son of the same; Elizabeth Bathe, one of the daughters of the same, spinster; William Neate of Quidhampton in Wroughton, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, another daughter of the same, (8) Oliver Calley of Overtown, in Wroughton, gent., Various lands and premises in Purton - new enclosures, lands in common fields, closes and tenements; all specified. Also lands in Burbage, unspecified.

Who is this Anthony??-check for marriage
Forenames: Anthony Surname: BATHE Place: Purton County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 110181 Notes: husb of Elizabeth Rumboll (Married 1814-both of Purton)
Day: 27 Month: Jul Year: 1814 Groom Forenames: Anthony Groom Surname: BATHE Groom's parish: Purton Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: bac Groom's occupation: gent Groom's age: Groom's notes: Bride Forenames: Elizabeth Rumball Bride Surname: WARMAN Bride's parish: Purton Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: sp Bride's age: Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Bondsman 1: WARMAN Stephen,gent,Purton Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire
 
Bathe, Anthony
 
331 Day: 26 Month:Mar Year:1663 Groom Forenames:Robert Groom Surname:SKEATE Groom's parish:Brinkworth Groom's county:Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: yeo Groom's age:30 Groom's notes:
Bride Forenames:Elizabeth Bride Surname:BATHE Bride's parish:Brinkworth Bride's county:Wiltshire,England Bride's condition:sp Bride's age:26 Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Bondsman 1:BARNES William jun,gent,Marlborough Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction:The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire Record source:Sarum Marriage Licence Bonds


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In his will of 1655 Jeffrey Skeate mentions his "maid Elizabeth Baath" and leaves her 20 shillings.
 
Bathe, Elizabeth
 
332 Possibility?
1841 Census: Aldbourne Wiltshire, England:
Elizabeth Brown 60 Farmer Born in County
Sarah Seasley 20 Farm Servant
Ann Bonnett 10 Farm Servant
Charles Liddiard 20 Ag. Lab
Thomas ? 5 Ag Lab
George ? 15 Ag Lab


1851 Census: Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England:
Elizabeth Brown abt 1774 Elcomb Wroughton, Wiltshire, England Head Aldbourn Wiltshire
Elizabeth Brown abt 1810 Brishopston, Wiltshire, England Daughter Aldbourn Wiltshire
Susanna Bathe abt 1776 Elcomb Wroughton, Wiltshire, England Visitor Aldbourn Wiltshire
Susanna Brown abt 1806 Aldbourn, Wiltshire, England Daughter Aldbourn Wiltshire
Elizabeth Holmes abt 1825 Thendred, Berkshire, England Servant Aldbourn Wiltshire


Wiltshire Memorial Inscription Index:
Day: 16 Month: May Year: 1858 Age: 84 Forenames: Elizabeth Surname: BROWN Place: Aldbourne County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 117864 Notes: wife of William
 
Bathe, Elizabeth
 
333 Father?
Reference: PROB 11/67/199 Description:Will of Richard Bathe, Husbandman of Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire Date: 02 July 1584

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Ref No. P3/B/120 Alt Ref No P3/B/120 Title Administration bond, inventory Date 1615 Person Bath, Richard Place Key /Wootton Bassett/Wiltshire Community Wootton Bassett


Ref No. P3/B/158 Alt Ref No P3/B/158 Title Account Date 1618 Person Bath, Richard Place Key /Wootton Bassett/Wiltshire Community Wootton Bassett

 
Bathe, Richard
 
334 Daughter of Richard Garlick Bathe.

1851 Census:
Name: Sarah Brown Age: 45 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1806 Relation: Wife Spouse's Name: John Brown Gender: F (Female) Where born: Purton, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Purton Ecclesiastical parish: Cricklade County/Island: Wiltshire Country: England
1861 Census:
Name: Sarah Brown Age: 55 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1806 Relation: Head Gender: Female Where born: Purton, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Purton County/Island: Wiltshire Country: England

1891 Census:
Name: Sarah Brown Age: 85 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1806 Relation: Head Gender: Female Where born: Purton, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Purton Ecclesiastical parish: Purton St Mary Town: Purton County/Island: Wiltshire Country: England


Name: Sarah Brown Probate Date: 4 Dec 1897 Death Date: 11 Oct 1897 Death Place: Wiltshire, England Registry: London, England
 
Bathe, Sarah
 
335 There is a burial of a Sarah Neate at St James Southbroom, nr Devizes in 1796?

Also one aged 90 years at Avebury in 1792.

Also one aged 40 years in 1788 at Market Lavington

Also Sarah Neat buried Monkton Fairley in 1789

Day: 15 Month: Nov Year: 1760 Groom Forenames: William Groom Surname: NEATE Groom's parish: Wroughton (Quidhampton) Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: Groom's age: Groom's notes:
Bride Forenames: Sarah Bride Surname: BATHE Bride's parish: Purton Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: sp Bride's age: Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Bondsman 1: PHELPS Thomas,Salthrop,Wroughton Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire
 
Bathe, Sarah
 
336 Daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Batt.
 
Batt, Mary
 
337 There is a Thomas Bat son of William born Litlington 25.09.1603

Will of Thomas Batt, Yeoman of Litlington, Cambridgeshire Date 20 May 1721 Catalogue reference PROB 11/579
 
Batt, Thomas
 
338 Residence in London.

Possibility:IGI
FRANCIS BATTY
Birth: 02 OCT 1748
Christening: 13 OCT 1748 Saint James, Clerkenwell, London, England
Father: FRANCIS BATTY Family
Mother: SARAH

 
Batty, Francis Richmond
 
339 May be the Ann Batty 15.08.1790 At St MAry Marylebone but to Ann and James Batty? Batty, Mary Ann
 
340 Married:
John Baverstock of St Peter, Marl. Catherine Neate of this parish 12.03.1764 by Edward Innes. Witness E. Neate and W. Neate(Register of Marriages 1559-1994, Parish Registers, St Marys, Devizes Film # 1279447)

Draper of Devizes. Finally of Bath. No issue. Perhaps Walcott, Somerset?
John Baverstock, Mayor of Devizers in 1775-75 and 1781-82. Possibly born 1729 Idmiston, Wiltshire. Died 11.02.1829 aged 89 years.

Will of John Baverstock PRO 11/1752

Wiltshire Memorial Inscription Index:
"John Baverstock died 11 Feb 1829 aged 89 years for 30 years councillor and magistrate, husband of Katherine, Ref # 110491 Marlbourough, Wiltshire." 
Baverstock, John
 
341 1861 Census: Name: John Edmonds Chairmaker Age: 65 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1796 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Etty Edmonds Gender: Male Where born: Bishopstone, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Newington Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary County/Island: Surrey Country: England
Name: Etty Edmonds Age: 68 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1793 Relation: Wife Spouse's Name: John Edmonds Gender: Female Where born: West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England Civil parish: Newington Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary County/Island: Surrey Country: England

Name: Hetty Edmonds Record Type: Burial Estimated Death Date: abt 1863 Burial Date: 4 May 1863 Age: 70 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1793 Parish or Poor Law Union: Nunhead Cemetery, Linden Grove Borough: Southwark Register Type: Bishop's Transcript
 
Bavin, Hetty
 
342 1841 Census: Frome Somerset, England:
Gentle Street, Frome:
Charles Bayley 35 Solicitor Born in county
Stephana 35 Not born in county
Stephana 10 Born in County
Mary Bayley 6 Born in county
Frances Neate 30 Bankers Clerk Not born in county
Nathaniel Cowrey 28 Attorneys Clerk
William Haines 25 Groom
Mary Flower 30 Farm Servant
Elizabeth Hague 35 Farm Servant


1851 Census: St Mary Devon, England:
Charles Bayly abt 1802 Frome, Somerset, England Head Torquay St Mary Church Devon
Mary Neate Bayly abt 1835 Frome, Somerset, England Daughter Torquay St Mary Church Devon
Stephena Bayly abt 1803 Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England Wife Torquay St Mary Church Devon
Frances Brown abt 1830 Baywater, Devon, England Servant Torquay St Mary Church Devon
Mary Ann Brown abt 1822 Baywater, Devon, England Servant Torquay St Mary Church Devon


1861 Census: St. Swithon, Bath Somerset, England:
Charles Bayley abt 1802 Frome Selwood, Somerset, England Head, Retired Solicitor Walcot Somerset
Mary N Bayley abt 1825 Frome Salwood, Somerset, England Daughter Walcot Somerset
Stephana Bayley abt 1802 Devizes, Wiltshire, England Wife Walcot Somerset
Sarah D Finson abt 1805 Taunton, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Ellen Hale abt 1842 Monkton, Wiltshire, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Sidney Palmer abt 1848 Bath, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Ann Portnell abt 1837 Teals, Wiltshire, England Servant Walcot Somerset


1871 Census: Walcot, Somerset, England:
Charles Bayley abt 1802 Frome Selwood, Somerset, England Head Walcot Somerset
Mary N Bayley abt 1835 Frome Selwood, Somerset, England Daughter Walcot Somerset
Stephena Bayley abt 1802 Devizes, Wiltshire, England Wife Walcot Somerset
Mry Lever abt 1854 Walcot Bath, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Emma Load abt 1854 Weston Bale, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Mary E Merchant abt 1847 Holford, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset
Julia Willery abt 1841 Burnham, Somerset, England Servant Walcot Somerset 
Bayley, Charles
 
343 May have married a Cullen?? Arthur Culme. Bayley, Eleanor Axford
 
344 Did she marry a Shirton. See will of aunt Eleanor Axford. May have died 12th June, 1757 Devizes? Bayley, Elizabeth
 
345 Possibly marries Edward Seymour and then Rev. Edward Shaw of Wantage.
Children John Goolding Seymour, Francis Seymour, Elizabeth Bayley Seymour and Mary Shaw by second hnusband??

Rev. Edward= Shaw, Vicar of Wantage, CO. Berks ; died 1826. Anne. =. . . . widow of ... . Seymour; died Jan. 1825, set. 78. (Her son by her Ist husband was John Golding Seymour of Bishop's Waltham,GO. Hants, Banker.)

The Gentlemans Magazine. Vol 13 1840 -Aged 67, John Goolding Seymour, esq. banker, of Bishop's Waltham

John Goolding Seymour
M, b. circa 1773, d. 29 February 1840
John Goolding Seymour was born circa 1773. He married Susannah Thurtell , daughter of Thomas Thurtell , circa 1830. John Goolding Seymour died on 29 February 1840.
Surgeon, dealt with a release of a home in Botley around 1837. Surgeon turned banker and was a partner in Gunner's Bank, Bishop's Waltham, Hants. John Goolding Seymour was also known as J. G.
?
Name: John Golding Seymour Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: Baptism/Christening Place: Birth Date: 24 Mar 1772 Birthplace: Wantage, Berkshire, England Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name:

Groom's Name: Edward Shaw Groom's Birth Date: Groom's Birthplace: Groom's Age: Bride's Name: Elizabeth Seymour Bride's Birth Date: Bride's Birthplace: Bride's Age: Marriage Date: 14 Nov 1786 Marriage Place: Wantage, Berkshire, England

Robert Smith, Surgeon married to Frances Goolding Seymour and father of John, Anne Hannah (married Nicholas Jones, surgeon) and Frances Mary (married William Abbott (Bishops Waltham)

Within the communion rails are several gravestones, containing the following inscriptions:
In memory of Mary Shaw, daughter of the Reverend Edward and Elizabeth Shaw, who died October 18th, 1813, Aged 24
 
Bayley, Elizabeth
 
346 Two possibilities on IGI. One born 1696 Great Bedwyn, the other 1701 Downton.
Day: 18 Month: Mar Year: 1729 Groom Forenames: Francis Groom Surname: BAYLY Groom's parish: Devizes St John Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: gent Groom's age: 35 Groom's notes:
Bride Forenames: Elizabeth Bride Surname: AXFORD Bride's parish: Devizes St John Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: Bride's age: 27 Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: St John Devizes Bondsman 1: NICHOLAS Edward,gent,St John Devizes Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire
 
Bayley, Francis
 
347 Will of Francis Bayly Gentleman Devises, Wiltshire 20 January 1796 Proved 13 February 1796.
 
Bayley, Francis
 
348 Described as Clerk of Gloucester in his brother John's 1844 will.

no title] D/1/14/1/36 1831-1833
These documents are held at Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Contents:
1831 Francis Turner James Bayly, assistant curate, Devizes (deacon). 1 of 3

1841 Census
Address: Near The Watton Gate Parish: Longford St. Mary Registration District: Cheltenham & Glouc
Bailey Francis 67 - Clerk No HO107/0356/9/~F19 CD3 HO_356.pdf p.188
Bailey Francis 34 - Clerk No HO107/0356/9/~F19
Bailey Mary Ann 25 - Yes HO107/0356/9/~F19
Bailey Elizabeth 25 - No HO107/0356/9/~F19
Bailey Martin 13 - Yes HO107/0356/9/~F19

1851 Census Cloucestershire
Frances Turner Baily
. . . Age : 77 ... Born in : 1774 ...
. . . Relation to the head of household: Occupier Of 3 Rooms ...
. . . Profession: Realer Of St John & Per Curate Of St Dukes In The ... Birth parish: Parish Of St Johns The Baptist Dovizes Wilts ... Parish: Hamlet Of Wotton St Mary ...
. . . Address: Barnwood Road ... District: Ho_1961 ... Area: Gloucester ...
 
Bayley, Franics Turner
 
349 Possibility?
1841 Census, Clavering, Essex, England:
Starling Green:
Bailey, James 85 Aglab
Bailey, William 30


A widower at time of marriage in 1799 
Bayley, James
 
350 Will of John Bayly Devizes, Wiltshire 25 January 1844 Proved 23 February 1844. Bayley, John
 

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