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    3951 XV.-John Huyshe or Huish, of Doniford, aged seven years at his fatherís decease. By inquisitio post mortem, taken at Sowton, 2nd April, 4 Charles I (1629), it appears he died 2nd November, 3 Charles I (1628).
    He married Joan, daughter of JOHN MANNINGE, of Hackland, in Cullompton, Devon, by Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Strangeways, of Melbury, Dorset, and Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Thynne, of Longleat, Knt. She had licence to re-marry from the Court of Wards and Liveries, 30th November, 5 Charles I (1630), a liberty she does not appear to have availed herself of, for administration of the effects of Joan Huish was granted 15th April, 1649, by the P.C.C. to her son.
     
    Huish, John (I08328)
     
    3952 XV.-John Huyshe or Huish, of Doniford, aged seven years at his fatherís decease. By inquisitio post mortem, taken at Sowton, 2nd April, 4 Charles I (1629), it appears he died 2nd November, 3 Charles I (1628). He married Joan, daughter of JOHN MANNINGE, of Hackland, in Cullompton, Devon, by Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Strangeways,
    of Melbury, Dorset, and Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Thynne, of Longleat, Knt.). She had licence to re-marry from the Court of Wards and Liveries, 30th November, 5 Charles I (1630), a liberty she does not appear to have availed herself of, for administration of the effects of Joan Huish was granted 15th April, 1649, by the P.C.C. to her son, Edward. Other son John, William and Lewis.

    Possibility??
    Will of Joane Huish, Widow of North Petherton, Somerset 09 February 1639 PROB 11/179
    NOTE: There is the will of a Joan Huish, of Tuckerton in North Petherton, widow, dated 12th September, 1638; proved 9th February 1638-9 by Henry Bidygood. To be buried at West Monkton. My sister Margaret Bidgegood; my children, Margaret, George, and William; Robert, son of William Huishe; Winifred, daughter of Roger Huishe.
    Son?
    Will of John Huish, Gentleman of Doniford, Somerset 04 May 1649 PROB 11/208
    XVI.-John Huysh or Huish, aged six years, ten months and twenty sevendays at his fatherís death. He was baptized at St Decumanís, May, 1621. His will is dated 27th November, 1648, and proved 4th
    May, 1649. He makes no mention of either wife or issue; but from a monument at St.Decumanís Church, which is much defaced, it appears probable that he had a wife,Dorothy, who was buried 27th April, 164-.
    NOTE: By his will, dated 27th November, 1648, proved 4th May 1649, by his brother Edward. To be buried in the south aisle of St.Decumanís church. Mentions his brothers William and Lewis, and twenty shillings to his cousin, Ann Lucas, for a ring.

    Edward Huish, of Doniford, Esq., baptized at St. Decumanís, December, 1622; buried at St Cuthbertís, Wells, where his monument, a flat stone in the south aisle, yet remains. He died 16th August, and was buried the 19th, 1669. The arms on the stone are Huysh impaling, a chevron between three mullets pierced.
    NOTE:-The flat stone still exists in the south aisle of St. Cuthbertís, but exceedingly worn and frayed, and it was with the utmost difficulty the following portion of the inscription could be recovered:-
    ďHere resteth the body of Edward Hvish, of Doniford, Esq., who departed this life here at Wells the (16) day of Avgvst, 1669
    . ....................... to live with me.
    and I not good enovgh to dye with thee.
    Behold thy life by me,
    Who sometime was as thov,
    And thov in time shalt be,
    But dvst as I am now.Ē
    Above the inscription is an hour-glass, etc., and faint traces of the shield bearing Huish impaling a chevron between three mullets, or cinquefoils. At the base of the stone another and apparantly later inscription has been cut, but too denuded to be made out. There is a mournful cadence apparent in the inscription and epitaph, which seems to point to the adverse fate then awaiting this, the main stem of Huyshe, not only by the disposal of the family patrimony, but its extinction also on the deaths of his two brothers, William and Lewis, of whom no further particulars are recorded.
    The impalement on the gravestone is similar to that of Sambourne, of Timsbury-argent, a chevron sable, between three mullets gules, pierced or. XVIII.
    William Huish, baptized March, 1623, at St Decumanís.
    According to Mr Palmer, he it was who sold the family estate to the Wyndhams in 1671. But this is certainly a mistake, for, according to the late Mr. Tripp, Lord Egremontís steward, the Wyndham title shows that John was the man who alienated the old paternal property.
    XIX.-Lewis Huish
    HUYSHE;
    FIRST POSSESSOR 
    Manning, Joan (I08327)
     
    3953 Year M Day Type Family name Forename Title Entry
    1820 2 23 NPM BRIDGMAN Hon Capt RN On the 2d of December last, in Rio de Janero, the Hon Capt BRIDGMAN of the RN to Eliza Caroline eldest daughter of Henry CHAMBERLAIN Esq His Majesty's Consel general in the Brazils(Freeman's Journal)

    1871 Census Knockin Hall, Shropshire:
    Listed with son the Vicar of
    Deborah Barrett abt 1818 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England Servant Knockin Shropshire
    Kate Barrett abt 1831 Knockin, Shropshire, England Servant Knockin Shropshire
    Dorothy Bridgeman abt 1862 Kinnerley, Shropshire, England Daughter Knockin Shropshire
    Edmund William Orlando Bridgeman abt 1825 Knockin, Shropshire, England Head Vicar of Kinnerley? Knockin Shropshire
    Eliza Caroline Bridgeman abt 1800 London, Middlesex, England Mother Knockin Shropshire
    Maria Bridgeman abt 1857 Kinnerley, Shropshire, England Daughter Knockin Shropshire
    Ursula Judith Bridgeman abt 1855 Kinnerley, Shropshire, England Daughter Knockin Shropshire

    1881 Census:
    Edmund W. O. BRIDGEMAN Household
    Male
    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1825>
    Birthplace Knockin, Shropshire, England
    Age 56
    Occupation Rector Of Knockin
    Marital Status W
    Head of Household The Honble Mrs BRIDGEMAN
    Relation Son
    Dwelling Knockin Hall
    Census Place Knockin, Shropshire, England
    Family History Library Film 1341637
    Public Records Office Reference RG11
    Piece / Folio 2655 / 7
    Page Number 5

    BMD Index Vol 6a page 467 
    Chamberlain, Eliza Caroline (I02226)
     
    3954 Year: 1604 Age: Forenames: ... Surname: NICHOLAS Place: Southbroom; St James County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 84076 Notes: wife of Robert dau of Thomas COOKE

    Possibility??
    Will of Robert Nicholas, Gentleman of Cannings, Wiltshire 23 December 1670 PROB 11/334
    Mentions Robert Nicholas of Roundway in the Parish of Canning Epiose. Son and heir Robert, daughter Anne, (minors) wife Joane.
     
    Nicholas, Robert (I04388)
     
    3955 Year: 1679 Age: Forenames: Henry Surname: ST JOHN Place: Lydiard Tregoze County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 105657
    Tandragee Castle was owned, in the early 17th C, by Sir Oliver St. John, Viscount Grandison and Baron Tregoz. The castle passed to Lord Grandison's great nephew, Captain Henry St. John (born 1628, murdered 1678), a son of his nephew Sir John St. John, 1st Bt., of Lydiard Tregoz. Captain Henry St. John, of Tandragee, married Catherine St. John, daughter of Cromwell's ally Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas Sir Oliver St. John, of Longthorpe. Henry St. John's only son predeceased him and I'm not sure who succeded him in the Tandragee estate.

    While this is more than a little outside the topic era of this group, I can report that Mark Noble's "The Protectorate House of Cromwell" reports, Vol II, p. 29, that Catherine St John indeed married that Henry St John. Noble even quotes from a letter from Oliver St John, the Chief Justice, to Cromwell on the matter.

    Noble concludes his account of this family by saying of Henry that "By Cath. he left Ann, an only child, who married to Anth. Bowyer, of Camberwell in the county of Surrey, esq.".

    In May of that year landowners in Arrnagh, Down and Monaghan raised a force of thirty men and put up the money to pay them 9d. a day for three months to patrol the country. This force kept up a relentless pursuit, and O'Hanlon had a number of officially recorded narrow escapes. As part of this concentrated effort to capture him O'Hanlon's favourite place of retreat, the Glen Woods south of Poyntzpass, were cut down. But in August O'Hanlon was robbing on the other side of the country in Fermanagh. From there he was hunted into Connacht and then lost.
    The following month a crime occurred that increased Redmond O'Hanlon's notoriety though he himself was not personally involved. At least two London newspapers reported the story of how a party of O'Hanlon's men killed Henry St. John, grand nephew of Oliver St. John, Lord Deputy of Ireland from 1616 to 1622. Henry St. John had publicly defied the local tories, denouncing them as 'a pack of insolent bloudy outlaws.' They had 'so riveted themselves in these parts, what by the interest they had among the Natives and some English too, to their shame be it spoken, that they exercise a kind of separate Sovereignty in three of four Counties...' St. John had himself suffered losses at the hands of the outlaws, but he refused to have any dealings with them. On the contrary, he waged an open war against them and paid the price of defiance. In his sermon at St. John's funeral the Reverend Lawrence Power, rector of Tanderagee, urged his listeners to rouse themselves and rid the land of this shameful plague. 'I must make some reflection upon this country too concerning these skulking scoundrels that are the disturbers of the best planted country in the Kingdom, no part of Ireland having so many inhabitants, yet no place so pestered with these vermin.'
    ?
    Text: St. John, Bridgett, Luddyard Mill, Wilts. Relict of Nicholas St. John 1672 53 Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1671-1675 (Will) Collection: England: Canterbury - Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1671-1675
     
    St. John, Henry (I01984)
     
    3956 [no title] 1461/379 21 April 1743
    Parch. 1m.Seals
    Related information: see also WSRO Ref 1461/239
    Contents:
    Assignment by Scholastica Hopkins widow of Swindon and Moses Cattle yeoman of Swindon, to Ambrose Goddard Esq. of Swindon, of a mortgage of Windmill Acre in Westlecott Field 
    Day, Scholastica (I10459)
     
    3957 [no title] 212B/3157 1703 June 26
    Contents:
    (1) Aldridge, William
    (2) Aldridge, William
    Aldridge, Leah, daughter of William
    Aldridge, Mary, daughter of William
    Manor of Erlestoke. Court Baron. Copy of Court Roll.
    Surrender & Admission to 2 tenements and land, below the Manor.
     
    Aldridge, Leah (I07385)
     
    3958 [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 (I09553)
     
    3959 [no title] 967/10 1689-1693 Contents: Marriage Settlements, John Greenhill, junior of North Bradley and Grace Alderidge of Bratton; house and lands in North Bradley, 1689, William Pullen, clothier and Elizabeth Greenhill both of Westbury; house and lands in Devizes, 1693.

    Manor Farm at Hoggington was in 1881 a labourer's cottage. (fn. 37) It is a16th-century house of stone, with a symmetricalfront of three gables with copings and finials andstone-mullioned windows. A later porch is dated1673 and bears the initials of members of the Greenhill family, and the door bears the same initials and date in the ironwork surrounding thelatch.

    From: 'North Bradley', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 8: Warminster, Westbury and Whorwellsdown Hundreds (1965), pp. 218-234. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16111 Date accessed: 15 January 2012.

    Will of John Greenehill or Greenhill, Yeoman of North Bradley, Wiltshire 21 November 1694 PROB 11/423
     
    Greenhill, John (I09572)
     
    3960 [no title] ART/3/103 1532, 1st Jun (24 Hen VIII)

    These documents are held at Cornwall Record Office
    Frail
    Contents:
    Lease of tithes, for term of 40 years
    Thomas Colyn, Prior of Trewardreyth = (1)
    John Chamond, knight, and Thomas Chamond his son = (2)-(3)
    (1) to (2)-(3) to farm, all the garb and tithe corn of the parish of Seynt Austell, belonging to the monastery because the vicarage is impropriated to it; for term of 40 years, rent to the prior £27 yearly at 3 terms. Signature of Thomas Chamond.
    [No witnesses]
    Seals, endorsements, etc.: Seal ('M.'), and tag for another.
    Selected place-names, etc.: [St Austell]
     
    Chamond, Thomas (I09999)
     
    3961 [no title] D1637/T25 1569-1725
    These documents are held at Gloucestershire Archives
    10
    Some deeds damaged by vermin
    Contents:
    Site of the Manor of Prestbury commonly called the Farm of Prestbury, farmhouse adjoining the churchyard, capital messuage called Overton or Hall Place and lands in Prestbury (field names, abuttals), lands in Ham [in Cheltenham], Southam, Overton, Charlton [Kings] and Cheltenham and including Bagehott family settlement of pasture called Howlets [Hewletts] in Cheltenham and the Manor of Hull Place, 1569, and marriage settlement between Edward Bagehott of Prestbury, gent., and Francis Browne of Charlton Kings, 1653. (Bagehott and Delabere families
     
    Bagehott, Margaret (I07108)
     
    3962 [no title] R/147 6 May 1505
    Contents: Grant.
    Jn. Herle, esq., to Rich. Haryngdon and Joan Poyle, dau. and heir of Rob. P. of Fowey, decd.
    Messuages and lands lately held by Jn. H. of Rich. H., to the use of Rich. H. and Joan P.

    Will of Robert Poyle of Tregony, Cornwall 02 December 1502 PROB 11/13
    Dated 10 Sept., 1502; to be buried in the Church of St. Frembaron of Fowey; to the building of the said Church, "all my part of a ship called the De le An of Fowey;" legacies to Tho. Trevroi (Treffey) and the Vic. of Fowey. Residue to Ric. Haryngton, father-in law, and Thomas Poyle, my brother, whom he appointed executors for the protection of his daughter Joane. He bequeathed to each son of his brother a silver cup. Hen. Pester, Supervisor. Lambeth, Dec, 1502. (Blamye, 163.)

    Scope and content Item reference C 1/269/54
    Jane, daughter and heir of Robert Poyle, of Fowey. v. Richard Wattys, feoffee to uses.: A blowing-house for tin: Cornwall. Covering dates 1502-1503 Held by The National Archives Kew
     
    Poyle, Robert (I10006)
     
    3963 [no title] R/237 3 Apr. 1478
    Contents: Award of grant.
    Award made by Walter Barnecote, prior of St. Andrew's house and church at Tywardreath, Jn. Trefry, Wm. Hourde and Wm. Devyok, between Jn. Herle and wife Eliz., and Rich. Haryngton and w. Margery.
    Tenements in Fowey in occ. of Jn. Salter. (F 85).

    [no title] R/143 12 June 1493
    Contents: Grant.
    Thos. Glover of Crowmarsh-Batell, Oxon., gentleman of the Privy Chamber, and w. Gonett, late w. of Jn. Davy of Fowey (as above) decd., to Rich. Haryngton of Fowey, merchant.
    Property as above.
     
    Harrington, Anne (I10009)
     

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