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101 Chanter's Court of Salisbury. The Nuncupative Will of WILLIAM ALDRIDGE, 1698. William Aldridge, of Bratton, yeoman, the 22 May 1698, gave to his son Jonathan Aldridge £100; appointed his wife his sole executrix of all goods not given; if either of his children die, his or her legacy is to become the survivors'; requested his father, William Aldridge, to take care of his children. Uttered in the presence of William Aldridge, Anne Whitaker, Jane Winseley, and Mary Somerel.  Aldridge, William
102 Ref No.
Alt Ref No
Inventory, will
Aldridge, William
Place Key

First name(s): Wm Last name: ALDRIDGE Date of burial: 14 Apr 1720 Age at death: Calculated year of birth: Not known Place of burial: Erlestoke Dedication: St Saviour County: Wiltshire

The earliest record of nonconformity in Erlestoke occurs in 1672 when William Aldridge was licensed as a Baptist teacher at the house of Thomas George. (fn. 91) William Gough, who has been called both an Independent and a Presbyterian, ministered to the church until 1685. (fn. 92) From 1689 to 1714 Edward Froude led the church: John Watts of Westbury was pastor from 1720 to 1731. In the meantime a church at Bratton was growing out of a meeting in the house of Jeffery Whittaker; in 1734 a meeting-house was built there and some time after 1740 Erlestoke church was merged into Bratton. (fn. 93) In 1702 the dwelling-house of Isaac Axford the younger was licensed for Quaker meetings

From: 'Parishes: Erlestoke', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 7 (1953), pp. 82-86. URL: Date accessed: 12 November 2009.

There is a William Aldridge son of William baptised 1610 in bratton. Father of this William??

1655: Bartholomew Haylocke, of St. Martin's, & Mary Aldridge, of Quidhampton ... ... 17 Apr. „
Aldridge, William
103 1861 Census: Name: George Alexander Age: 19 Estimated birth year: abt 1842 Relationship: Son Father's Name: George Alexander Mother's name: Helen Alexander Gender: Male Where born: Uphall, Linlithgowshire Registration Number: 668/1 Registration district: Linlithgow Civil Parish: Linlithgow Town: Linlithgow County: West Lothian Address: Canal House Occupation: Blacksmith ED: 7 Household schedule number: 14 LINE: 13 Roll: CSSCT1861_120
Alexander, George
104 Possible birth:?

Name: George Alexander Gender: Male Birth Date: 5 Jul 1807 Baptism Date: 10 May 1808 Baptism Place: Uphall, West Lothian, Scotland Mother: Agnes Alexander FHL Film Number: 1066638 Reference ID: 2:1815BWN

Marriage: Name: George Alexander Gender: Male Marriage Date: 3 Dec 1827 Marriage Place: Uphall, West Lothian, Scotland Spouse: Helen Paris FHL Film Number: 1066639, 0102996

1851 Census: Uphall, West Lothian, Scotland:
Alexander, George
105 1851 Census: Name: Jane Alexander Age: 16 Estimated birth year: abt 1835 Relationship: Daughter Father: George Alexander Gender: Female Where born: Uphall, Linlithgowshire Parish Number: 668 Civil Parish: Linlithgow Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps: County: West Lothian Address: Canal Bank
Alexander, Jane
106 1861 Census: Name: John Alexander Age: 14 Estimated birth year: abt 1847 Relationship: Son Father's Name: George Alexander Mother's name: Helen Alexander Gender: Male Where born: Linlithgow, Linlithgowshire Registration Number: 668/1 Registration district: Linlithgow Civil Parish: Linlithgow Town: Linlithgow County: West Lothian Address: Canal House Occupation: Tannors Apprentice ED: 7 Household schedule number: 14 LINE: 15 Roll: CSSCT1861_120
Alexander, John
107 William Alford, afterwards vicar of Purton, Wiltshire, was a younger son of Mr. Edward Alford, senior, of Offington, Sussex, and of Judith his wife. He was born in 1600 and matriculated at St. Mary Hall, Oxford, in 1617, when he is described as "armiger of Sussex". He died in 1664. William Alford is mentioned in Sir Orlando Bridgman's "Judgments in the Common Pleas, 1660-67," as a younger brother of John and Sir Edward Alford. He was instituted to the vicarage of Purton in 1629. Vicar from 1629-1664. He married and had at least two sons:

1. Edward Alford, born in 1645. The Alumni Oxonienses records this son's matriculation at Queen's College, Oxford, in 1664, at the age of 19, "fil. Guliel. Alford, Purton, Wilts, cler.". He took his BA. in 1668, and his M.A. in 1671.
2. John Alford, a legatee under the Will of his uncle, John Alford of Offington, who died in 1648, in which Will he is referred to as his "Godson". He is also mentioned in the above-recited Composition Papers of his uncle, Sir Edward Alford, in 1651.

Vicar (1629-1664)
Alford, William
108 Listed as a widow at time of marriage: Husband was John Spainwick buried Bishopstone, 1722. Possible daughter buried Bishopstone 1721.

Sarum Marriage Licence:
Day: 25 Month: Dec Year: 1723 Groom Forenames: Christopher Groom Surname: EDMONDS Groom's parish: Bishopstone Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: Groom's age: Groom's notes:
Bride Forenames: Alice Bride Surname: SPANSWICK Bride's parish: Bishopstone Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: Bride's age: Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Bishopstone Bondsman 1: SPACKMAN George, Bishopstone Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire

First name(s): Alice Last name: EDMUNDS Date of burial: 12 Jul 1728 Age at death: Calculated year of birth: Not known Place of burial: Bishopstone [nr Swindon] Dedication: St Mary County: Wiltshire
109 May have been a clerk Allen, Edward
110 Also an Elizabeth Allen born Kelso in 1721 daughter of Robert and Isabel?? Allen, Elizabeth
111 Daughter of Matthew Allen?
She made a will 22/12/1663 and the will was probated in London, 18/05/1684.
Mentions being of Devizes and a widow. Mentions daughter Mary wife of John Blissett of Cirencester, grandchild Richard Pierce of Devizes, daughter Jjoan wife of Humphrey Corsley of Bristol and her son Humphrey Corsley, my sons John and Thomas Pierce, son Richard Pierce of Devizes woolen draper. 
Allen, Elizabeth
112 There is a James Allen born in 1685 in Kelso son of James Allan and Margaret Waldie?? This couple married in Kelso in 1682. Also one born in 1701 son of John Allen and Jean Yeoman?? Allen, James
113 Lives of Emienent and Illustrious Men by George Godfrey Cunningham

...Joseph Allein, an eminent non-conformist minister, was born at Devizes, in Wiltshire, in 1633. At the age of sixteen he entered Lincoln college, Oxford, and in 1651 was admitted scholar of Corpus Christi. In 1653 he was elected to the chaplainship, which he is said to have chosen in preference to a fellowship. ... In 1655 he became assistant minister to Mr Geo. Newton at Taunton. ...Before the passing of the act of uniformity in 1662, it was expected that he would have conformed; but when he saw the clauses to which his assent and consent were required, he determined to refuse submission. He was fully resolved, however, not to suspend his preaching until he should be prevented by violence. Accordingly, he even redoubled his labours-preaching sometimes seven, ten, or even fourteen sermons a-week, in Taunton and its neighbourhood. Such was the respect felt for him that he was permitted to continue these labours undisturbed till May 26, 1663, when he was committed to Illchester jail. In August he was tried at the assizes for holding a riotous and seditious assembly. ...and to be imprisoned till the fine was paid. On his recommitment to prison, he was confined with upwards of sixty others, mostly quakers and nonconformists, in one room, where they all suffered greatly from the closeness of the place,...and upon his release, commenced his public labours again. He had large congregations in various places, who were much attached to him. In July, 1665, he was again arrested, and with seven other ministers, and forty private persons, was committed to the jail at Ilchester... He died in 1668. ... Soon after his death, an account of his life, labours, and sufferings, was published by Mr R. Allein, R. Fairclough, G. Newton, and his widow. Mr Baxter wrote the Introduction, and two conformist ministers gave it their sanction.
His body lies in the chancel of the church of St. Magdalen, of Taunton and on his grave-stone are the following lines: Here Mr. Joseph Allein lies, To God and you a sacrifice.
Allen, Joseph
114 Any connection??
Natinal Archives: [no title] D/1/14/1/1e/7 1674 Contents: Timothy Allein of Devizes, testimonial to be a doctor.
Allen, Timothy
115 Tobias Allein was born about 1590. He was descended from the Alleins of Suffolk, and lived in Devizes, Wiltshire, England. He was a tradesman who was engaged by the corporation to take toll of everything sold in the public market, Devizes being the great center of the wool traffic. He was a prominent citizen, his name often appearing in the town records.
He was a "capital Burgess" of the common council, and was also a devout Puritan. He married, October 11, 1617, Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Northie, who was four times mayor of Devizes. Children:
1. Edward Allein, a clergyman, who died in his twenty-seventh year, said to be a "young minister of rare promise."
2. Joseph Allein, born 1633, at Devizes; he entered Oxford at the age of sixteen; was very studious, became in 1653 a tutor in the colloge of Corpus Christi, where he also acted as chaplain; he was assistant minister at Taunton, Magdalen, Somersetshire, from 1655 to 1662, when he was deprived for non-conformity; but was so broken down by imprisonment that he died in 1668; he was author of "An Alarm to the L'nconverted" and numerous books of a like nature; he died in 1668; he married, about 1655, Theodoshia Allein, a distant relative, who was the daughter of Richard Allein, rector of Dichet, Somersetshire, for nearly fifty years
John W. (John Woolf) Jordan Genealogical and personal history of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania; (Volume 1)
Allen, Toby
116 Will of Elizabeth Jones Dame - 12 December 1696 Proved 12 August 1699

"Here lieth the Body of the Lady Eliz' Jones Mother to Sir John Robinson by John Robinson Esq. And after Married to Sir W M Jones Kn, She Departed this Life the 27th of July, 1699, Aged 68 years."

Lady Elizabeth Jones, mother of Sir John Robinson, died 1699, aged 68, buried at Denston, Suffolk, where the seat of the Robinsons is. Morant, in his History of Essex, p. 99, mentions Elizabeth, daughter of Edmund Alleyn, of Little Lees, in Essex, married first to John Robinson ; afterward to Sir William Jones, Attorney-general to Charles II.
Alleyn, Elizabeth
117 Died without issue.

Died without issue.

Daughter of Penning Alston

1679 Date of marriage settlement.

ALSTON v. COLE & others.
Chancery Proceedings before 1714, Bridges 436/130.
Bill 28 March 1670, by Judeth Alston of London, widow of Penning Alston, late citizen and grocer of London, v. Joseph Alston, William Cole and Richard Chandler.
Oratrix's husband left an estate of inheritance in co. Suffolk to the value of L.300 a year, and personalty to the amount of about L.10,000, in which Oratrix is dowable. He left only one child, married since his death to Edmund Harrington Esq., though some evil disposed persons have circulated a report that she was married or at least contracted to one Edward Skinner, a person so disliked by Oratrix's husband, that he determined to invest his personal estate in the names of other persons, to settle as he chose by his last will. ...................
The said testator's daughter Sarah has since freed herself from the said Skinner by definitive sentence in the Court of Arches of the diocese of Canterbury ...................
Alstoniana Pg 178

Further Inheritance Disputes not searched:
TNA: ATTWOOD v WRIGHT 1683. C8/298/18. HARRINGTON v WRIGHT 1686. C7/181/71.

Alston, Sarah
118 May have a son Thomas. One baptising children in the 1710-1720 range in Ashwell?? Ampthill, John
119 Name: Martha Ampthill
Residence: Ashwell, Hertfordshire, England
Christening date: 1672
Father's name: John Ampthill
Mother's name: Margrett
Batch number: C07205-5
Date range: 1660 - 1675
Record group: England-VR
Film number: 569701
Collection: England Baptisms 1700-1900

Ampthill, Mary
120 May have married someone with the surname Smith Anderson, Catherine
121 ?
1881 Census:
Name: George Anderson Age: 19 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862 Relationship: Boarder Gender: Male Where born: Garvock, Kincardineshire Registration number: 312 Registration district: Montrose Civil parish: Montrose County: Angus Address: 28 Christie'S Lane Occupation: Grocer ED: 23 Household schedule number: 90 Line: 11 Roll: cssct1881_96

1891 Census:
Name: Geoge Anderson Age: 20 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1871 Relationship: Head Spouse's name : Annie J Anderson Gender: Male Where born: Garvock, Kincardineshire Registration number: 147 Registration district: Banff Civil parish: Banff Town: Banff County: Banffshire Address: 2 Coldhome St Occupation: Merchant ED: 6 Household schedule number: 80 Line: 4 Roll: CSSCT1891_41 Geoge Anderson 20 Annie J Anderson 29 William A Anderson 3 James G Anderson 3 Annie Munez 18

1901 Census:
Name: George Anderson Age: 39 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862 Relationship: Head Spouse's name : Annie Jane Anderson Gender: Male Where born: Garroch, Kincardineshire Registration number: 196 Registration district: Fraserburgh Civil parish: Fraserburgh Town: Fraserburgh County: Aberdeenshire Address: 89 Barrasgate Occupation: Grocer Shopkeeper ED: 4 Household schedule number: 204 Line: 22 Roll: CSSCT1901_67 George Anderson 39 Annie Jane Anderson 39 William A Anderson 13 James G Anderson 13 David Ferries 23 John Elrick 23 James M Murray 29

1916 Canadian Census:
Name: George Anderson Spouse: Annie J Anderson Birth: 1861 Arrival: year Residence:Township Winnipeg Centre, Manitoba
Anderson, George
122 Newton Parish Register, Midlothian:
1831January 7 Henry Anderson, Ploughman, Millerhill in this parish and Helen Fala in the parish of Dalkeith gave in their names for Proclamation in order to marriage. Cautioner for the man William Craig and for the woman William Fala. Married on 11th instant by Rev. B. Reveson at Dalkeith.

Also in the records:
1833 November 23George Hunter farm servant to Mr Robert Robertson Woolmet and Helen Fala residing at Edmonstone both in this parish gaved in their names Cautioner for the man John Adam and for the woman John Hunter.

In relation to the above, from the Burial Register;
1845, July 23 George Hunter(died23rd. Buried 26th of D(S)anderhall Newton Parish-order got by William Falla father-in-law of deceast-Cholera age 34.

1841 Census
Household Members: Name Age
David Adamson 44
Helen Adamson 42
Anderson, Henry
123 Possibility:
William Anderson b: 10 Jan 1825 d: 16 July 1906
m: 30 Nov 1860 Susan STEWART; Fordoun Kinc
children-George b: 28 Sept 1861 Garvock m: Annie____
Catharine b: 26 May 1863 Garvock m: ____SMITH
Jessie F. b: 9 Aug 1865 Garvock m: Alex. CRAIGIE
William b: 7 May 1868 Garvock m: Mary B.GILCHRIST
Elizabeth b: 23 Jan 1872 Garvock m:Donald MORRISON
Arthur b: 16 July 1873 Garvock died at 21yrs
Alexander b: aft Apr 1881 Garvock died at 6mos

Married Fordoun Station, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Anderson, William
124 William b: 7 May 1868 Garvock. Worked as a store owner.
mar: 7 June 1895 Strathbungo Parish, Tradeston,Glasgow
Mary Balckadder GILCHRIST b: 14 Jan 1867 Larbert, Stirlingshire

Anderson, William
125 Name: Ann Andrews Gender: Female Baptism/Christening Date: 10 Mar 1786 Baptism/Christening Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Andrews Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Arabella Andrews Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04871-4 System Origin: England-EASy Source Film Number: 1279466 Reference Number:

Groom's Name: Henry William Esq. Newell Groom's Birth Date: Groom's Birthplace: Groom's Age: Bride's Name: Anne Andrews Bride's Birth Date: Bride's Birthplace: Bride's Age: Marriage Date: 13 Apr 1818 Marriage Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England

Niece and nephew

ANNE NEWELL, Deceased.
Pursuant to an Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, aud to relieve Trustees." N OTICE is hereby given, that the creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of Anne Newell, late of No. 30, York-road, Brighton, in the county of Sussex, Widow (who died on the 15th day of May, 1866, and whose will was proved in the Principal Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Probate on the 21st day of June, 1866, by John William Hornbuckle, of No. 15, Spurstowe-road, Amherst-road, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, and Anne Arabella Hornbuckle, of No. 30, York-road, Brighton aforesaid, Spinster, the executor and executrix named in and appointed by the said will), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their debts and claims to us the undersigned, the.Solicitors of the said executor and executrix, on or before the 1st day of November next, after which day the said executor and executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said testatrix, having regard to those claims only of which they shall then have had notice; and that the said executor and executrix will not be liable for such assets, or any part thereof, to any person or persons whomsoever of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice.- Dated this 12th day of September, 1866.
Solicitors, No. ISA, Gfesham-street West, London. 
Andrews, Ann
126 Possibly of Derby.

Could it be his cousin?? No mention in will. Deceased?

Name: Ann Andrews Age: 21 Birth Year: abt 1749 Event Date: 20 Jan 1770 Parish: Cripplegate, St Giles County: Middlesex Spouse's Name: John Humphris Spouse's Age: 21 Spouse's Parish: St Botolph Aldersgate Spouse's County: London Event Type: Allegation Reference Number: Ms 10091/123

Andrews, Ann
127 Name: Arabella Andrews Gender: Female Baptism/Christening Date: 14 Nov 1794 Baptism/Christening Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Andrews Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Arabella Andrews

Groom's Name: John Hornbuckle Groom's Birth Date: Groom's Birthplace: Groom's Age: Bride's Name: Arabella Andrews Bride's Birth Date: Bride's Birthplace: Bride's Age: Marriage Date: 23 Jul 1816 Marriage Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England
Will of John Hornbuckle Clerk Reading, Berkshire 7 March 1831 25 September 1833-wife Maria

Name: John William Hornbuckle Age: Full Age Estimated Birth Year: abt 1843 Spouse Name: Harriett Chrisman Record Type: Marriage Event Date: 13 Jul 1843 Parish: Brompton Holy Trinity Borough: Kensington and Chelsea Father Name: John Hornbuckle Clerke Register Type: Parish Register
Andrews, Arabella
128 Possibility?
Queensland Marriages: 1900/C629 Andrews Eliza Wilson John
Andrews, Eliza
129 Name: George Andrews Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 13 Jul 1791 Baptism/Christening Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Andrews Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Arabella Andrews

Witness at his brother Henry's marriage in 1819.
1841 Census:(Listed with 2 servants)
Name: Rev George Andrews, Vicar of the Parish Age: 50 Estimated Birth Year: abt. 1791 Gender: Male Where born: Berkshire, England Civil parish: Sutton Courtney Hundred: Ock County/Island: Berkshire Country: England

1851 Census:
Name: George Andrews Age: 59 Estimated Birth Year: abt. 1792 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Catherina M Andrews Gender: M (Male) Where born: Reading St Lawerence, Berkshire, England Civil parish: Castor cum Milton Ecclesiastical parish: Castor County/Island: Northamptonshire Country: England

1861 Census:
Name: George Andrews Age: 69 Estimated Birth Year: abt. 1792 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Catherine M Andrews Gender: Male Where born: Reading, Berkshire, England Civil parish: Castor with Milton County/Island: Northamptonshire Country: England

Andrews, George
130 Name: Henry Andrews Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 12 Apr 1793 Baptism/Christening Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Andrews Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Arabella Andrews Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age:

"Marriage at All Saints, Parish of Fulham, in the County of Middlesex. 1819, April 17th. - Henry Andrews, Bachelor, St. Lawrence, Reading, Berks., and Mary Emma Kinchant, Spinster, All Saints, Fulham, married by License, by me, William Wood. Henry Andrews, Mary Emma Kinchant. Witnesses : J. G. Marttin Kinchant, George Andrews, Jane J. Kinchant."

" He was accidentally shot at Park Hall Farm, near Oswestry, Salop, on the 5th October 1822; and was buried at Meole Brace, near Shrewsbury, 12th October 1822. Age 30 years." (Public Record Office.)
Andrews, Henry
131 Name: Henry Andrews Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 20 Feb 1793 Baptism/Christening Place: St. Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire, England Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: William Andrews Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Arabella Andrews Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04871-4 System Origin: England-EASy Source Film Number: 1279466 Reference Number: item 3
Andrews, Henry
132 Name: Matthias Andrews Spouse Name: Mary Frances Salmon Record Type: Marriage Event Date: 27 May 1823 Parish: Piccadilly St James Borough: Westminster Register Type: Bishop's Transcript

The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 100, Part 2; Volume 148:
At Landaur, East Indies, Capt. Matthias Andrews, of his Majesty's 44th regiment, late of Reading.
Andrews, Matthias
133 Name: Ann Humphreys Spouse Name: William Andrews Record Type: Marriage Event Date: 24 Sep 1759 Parish: Clerkenwell St James Borough: Islington Register Type: Parish Register, Witness: Ann Strudwick

Name: Wilm Andrews Burial Date: 3 Nov 1760 Parish: St John the Baptist, Clerkenwell County: Middlesex Borough: Islington Record Type: Burial Register Type: Parish Register

Andrews, William
134 Solicitor.
1841 Census:
Name: William Andrews Age: 50 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1791 Gender: Male Where born: Berkshire, England Civil parish: St Mary Hundred: Reading Borough County/Island: Berkshire Country: England Registration district: Reading Sub-registration district: St Mary.

1861 Census:
Name: William Andrews Age: 73 Clerk in Civil Service, Estimated Birth Year: abt 1788 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Mary Andrews Gender: Male Where born: Reading, Berkshire, England Civil parish: Reading St Lawrence Ecclesiastical parish: Oxford Town: Reading County/Island: Berkshire Country: England Registration district: Reading Sub-registration district: St Lawrence ED, institution, or vessel: 6 Neighbors: Household schedule number: 98 Piece: 747 Folio: 110 Page Number: 21
Andrews, William
135 Town Clerk and Coroner of Reading?. Appointed 1792. Perhaps died about 1816 when William jnr. appointed Coroner and Town Clerk.

Possibly the marriage of William Andrews and Arabella Deane at Reading Berkshire in 1783.

In some way related to John Goldwyer Andrews:

July 28. 1849 Aged 67, John Goldwyer Andrews, esq. of St. Helen's-pl. Bishops, Gate-St. and Glanbrydan, Carmarthen. senior Surgeon of the London Hospital, and a Member of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons, of which institution he had been twice elected President. The deceased was a great patron of the fine arts; his collection of paintings at his country seat, Glanbrydan, Carmarthenshire, being variously estimated of the value of from £15,000. to 20,000.
Andrews, William
136 Any connection??
Spouse: ANN SEYMOUR Family
Marriage: 16 JUN 1773 Steeple Morden, Cambridge, England
Ann, Ann
137 ?
Name: Thomas Humffrey Marriage Date: 15 Dec 1667 Parish: Swindon Spouse: Ann FARMAR als Notes: Ann FARMAR alias HOLLOWAY * actually in register as UMFFREY
138 May be Stokes-see will of Oliver St John. Anne
139 Will of Ann Hely, Widow of All Hallows Honeylane, City of London 05 June 1617 PROB 11/129
140 The Early History of Mapledurham
(Oxford Record Society, 1925) by Rev. A. H. Cooke, MA, Sc. D., dean, fellow and tutor of King's College, Cambridge.

.... Most especially interesting are the following from p. 27 : "John Iwardeby th'elder and Jane his wife kneeling opposite each other with scrolls containing their names."

The scrolls were reported to say:
"Ihu my maker Bring me to Bliss John Iwardeby th'elder and on hers
"Mary moder I pray you help me Jane daughter of Hugh Ansley Knight." And continuing: "In the other compartment, John Iwardby the younger and Katherine his wife, both kneeling, right hands clasped, left hands uplifted; from his mouth a scroll (broken and defaced in 1644) with the words 'God have mercy on me John the sone of John and Jane Iwardbye'; on her scroll, 'Helpe Mary moder
most gracious lady me Katyn daughter of Edward Lord Bergavenny."

Further there was an inscription:
"John Iwardby and Katyn his wife specially you pray Say as oft as ye
see this window ij De profundis for him or on pater noster and on ave for them and for Edward [Ld Bergavenny], Elizabeth [Despenser], John [Iwardby] and Jane [nee Annesley, widow of Lynde] their fathers and moders and for ye soule of John the which by the wall lieth the son of the said John and Katherine on whom Jusu have mercy."

{My note: I think this should be Beauchamp rather than Despenser,
although Elizabeth Beauchamp's mother was a Despenser.)

Tim Pow Lybbs
"...Reverting to the reported memorials in Mapledurham church, the
interesting thing is that there is a clear reference to an infant son to
John and Katherine. But the final words quoted [see below] do not (in fact) say "the son" but merely "son", allowing for one or more such sons. The odd thing is that the Fitznells Cartulary has the husband of Katherine Neville as Sir John and the memorial to this couple in Mapledurham church does not do this nor does it add "knight" after his name as it does for another, "Hugh Ansley Knight", in the same north chancel window."
Annesley, Jane
141 Will of Sir Allen Apsley of Saint Martin in the Fields, Middlesex 02 November 1683 PROB 11/374

Text: 26 Sep 1698 The Lady Frances Apsley: at the bottom of the steps going up to K. H. 7th's Chapel, on the South side. Book: Burials in Westminster Abbey. (Burial) Collection: Middlesex: Westminister Abbey - Register For Westminster Abbey

Apsley, Allen
142 THOMAS HUTCHINSON (1588 - 1643) was Member of Parliament for Nottingham and was knighted. He was granted arms after the Herald's visitation of Nottingham in 1614 and this was confirmed on a later visitation in 1664. Thomas married Margaret BYRON, with whom he had two children: John and George, who married Barbara APSLEY, with whom he had two children, only one of whom, Allan, survived.
Thomas was married a second time to Katherine STANHOPE with whom he had three, one of whom, Charles (1637-1695) married Isabella BOTELER, with whom he had three children.

Aug. 18 Andrew Orgill, of Bromley, co. Midx., Merchant, Wid, ab* 39, &
Barbara Hutchinson, of Owthrough, co. Notts, Sp'', abt 23; consent of her mother, of same, Widow; alleged by Richard Horsley, of St Martin's in Fields, Haberdasher; at St Clement Danes, St Maiy, Savoy, or St Martin's in Fields. in 1668 Chapel of Westminster.
Apsley, Barbara
143 Is he Colonel James Apsley?

SP 89/6/27
Description:Folio 59: Certificate by Colonel James Apsley clearing Major-General O'Brien of the allegations of treachery made by Colonel Molesworth, and stating that an English court-martial had tried and found guilty the latter.
Date and place: 1663 Mar 21 Lisbon.
Copy. Endorsed in Spanish and English by Fanshaw
1663 Mar 21
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Apsley, James
144 Lease for one year BRA513/14 20th Mar., 1658/9
These documents are held at London Metropolitan Archives
1 Joyce Blount of the City of London sister of Peter Apsley Esq. and widow of Lyster Blount
2 William Williamson of London St. Giles in the Fields parish; by Partridge Alley
Apsley, Joyce
145 Name: Luce Apsley Marriage Date: 3 Jul 1638 Parish: St Andrew Holborn County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: John Huchinson Record Type: Marriage

Published a book on the history of the English Civil War. "Memoirs of the life of Colonel Hutchinson", to which are Added the Letter and Other Papers. Revised CH Firth, London, 1885.

Owthorpe registers in Southwell Minster: Burial "Mrs Lucy Hutchinson Relict of Coll: John Hutchinson”.

Apsley, Lucy
146 Bargain and Sale SAS-S/230 14 Feb 1633. These documents are held at West Sussex Record Office
By Peter Apsley, esq., son & heir of Allan Apsley, late Lieutenent of the Tower of London, knight, deceased, John St John of Liddiard Tregoze, co. Wilts., kt. and bart., Oliver St John of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., Christopher Vernon and Alexander Stafford of London, esqrs., William White, William Steventon and John Perkins of London, gents., to Henry Bartelot of Stopham, co. Sussex, esq., of the manor of Howe Courte, co. Sussex, and all lands, rents &c. thereto belonging in Westgreensted, Launsing or Henfield, late in the tenure of John Gravet, being part of the exchanged lands of Edward Clinton as appears in the King's Letters Patent dated 15 Sep., 5 Chas. I Signatures of P. Apsley, Chris. Vernon, William White, Willm. Steventon, John Perkins. 4 seals and 4 additional tags
Witnesses:- Walt. Wakhurst, Francis Howse, Edw. Duke, Henry Furnace, John Perkins senr. and Giles Perkins, and to signing and sealing by Wm. White on 12 Jan., 1634, Bernard Cobb, Not. Pub. and Frauncis Gardyner

Notes of post mortem inquisitions taken in Sussex. 1 Henry VII, to 1649 and after. Abstracted and translated by F.W.T. Attree:
WILLIAM APSLEY of Pulborough, esq. Vol. 392, No. 125. Horsham, 20 Aug. 20 James. Died 25 May 19 James, s.p.m. legit. Coheirs, cousins Anne, wife of Edward Grouch, gent., Mary Apsley, and Dorothy Apsley, viz., daughters and heirs of Charles Apsley, gent., deceased, brother of George Apsley, Esq., deceased, father oi : W. A., all of full age of 14 and more. Lands. Manor of Pulborough and otherlands in P. In Hilary term 17 James settled these on himself and heirs male, then on Peter Apsley, 1st son, remainder to Allan A., 2nd son, remainder to William A., 3rd son of Allan A., knt., then to use of John Apsley, one of brothers of W. A., remainder to Edward A., another brother of W. A., remainder to W. A.'s right heirs. Henry Shelley of Worninghurst granted an annual rent of 50 from the manor of Muntham to George Apsley, Esq., father of W. A., 10 April 41 Eliz. W. A. made will 24 May 19 James and left all his manors and lands in Sussex and Essex or elsewhere to Sir Allan Apsley, Knt., Líeutenant of His Majesty's Tower of London.

Text: Apsley, Anne (Dame), wife of Sir Peter Apsley. 05 Sep 1681. (View London, 523.) Book: Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found." Collection: England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior To 1800, Parts 1 & 2
Apsley, Peter
147 Will of Sir Allen Apsley, Lieutenant of His Majesty's Tower of London 14 May 1631 PROB 11/159

Lord Lieutenant of the Tower of London under King James 1.
One of the founders of the New England Company in 1620.

....Against the wall, on the south side of the chancel, a plain tablet preserves the memory of Sir Allan Apsley, knight, who died the 24th of May, 1630. He was victualler of the royal navy twenty-one years, and fourteen years lieutenant of the Tower. Sir Allan first married Ann, daughter and heiress of Sir Peter Carew, knight; by whom he bad issue Peter, son and heir; Joyce, married to Lyster, second son of Sr Richard Blount, of Maple Durham, knight; and Carew, who died an infant.
By his second wife, Lucy, daughter of Sir John St. John of Lidyard, knight, he bad ten children, six of whom died young. In the floor, fronting the communion table, a mutilated brass plate marks the spot of his interment.
Apsley, Sir Allen
148 Name: Elizabeth Dashwood Gender: Female Spouse's Name: Andrew Archer Marriage Date: Jun 1693 Marriage Place: Westminster, London, England
Archer, Andrew
149 Mentioned in mother-in-laws will of 1600.

Account, administration bond, inventory
Archer, Francis
Archer, Francis
150 May 10 Xathaniel Duckett, Gent., of Christ Church, London, Bach', 30, father dead, his mother living, & Mary Howe, Maiden, of Walthamstow, Essex, dau. of William Rowe, Gent., there dec' 6 years since; consent of her mother, now wife of Mr Reynald Argall, Gent., who attests; at Walthamstow, Essex.
Argall, Reginald

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