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51 Joan, 'Maistresse Senion,' was buried at St Mary's, Lambeth, 29 October 1562.

Joan St John, P.C.C. 27 Streat. Nuncupative will dated 25 October and admon granted to her husband 8 November 1562. She was the wife of Oliver St John, of Lambeth, Surrey, gentleman; and had previously been married to Robert Smallwood. Her husband Oliver St John to have the keeping of her children, and to give some of her jewellery to her daughter Wynnifrede.

....2. Joan, at St Margaret's, Westminster, 3 July 1559. He was her third husband. She married first Henbury, probably William Henbury, who was buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 31 August 1553; by whom she had a son William Henbury baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 28 October 1548, and a daughter Mary Henbury, baptized there 18 February 1554,
and maybe other children who occur in the registers. Joan married secondly, at St Margaret's, Westminster, 16 April 1554, Robert Smallewoode, gentleman, who was buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 8 January 1559; by whom she had a daughter Wenefride Smallewoode, baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 6 August 1555, and a son John Smallewoode, baptized there 8 December 1556....By Oliver St John Joan was the mother of Oliver St John, baptized at St Margaret's, Westminster, 2 October 1560, who presumably died an infant; and of Oliver St John, baptized at St Mary's, Lambeth, 15 July 1561, and later described as 'the younger,' and 'Black Oliver.' John St John, buried at St Margaret's, Westminster, 24 September 1563, may have been another infant child. Joan, 'Maistresse Senion,' was buried at St Mary's, Lambeth, 29 October 1562.
52 ?
Will of Judith Smith Brockhurst, Southampton 24 May 1692 April 1730
Mentions daughter Elizabeth and her husband William Forbes, brother Michael Davison
53 Will of Katherine Dashwood, Widow of Saint George Hanover Square , Middlesex 05 May 1766 PROB 11/918
54 ?
Name: Marget Woodward Burial Date: 18 Feb 1558 Parish: St Benet Fink COUNTY: London Borough: City of London Record Type: Burial, Mother to Mr Herd.
55 Is Margaret connected to the Webb family?? Margaret
56 May be buried Thaxted, Essex 1st Jan 1588. Margaret
57 Possibility?
Forenames: Martha Surname: BROWNE Place: Avebury County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 117733 Notes: wife of George(Wiltshire Memorial Inscription Index)
58 PROB 11/1634/359 Description: Will of Martha Strudwick, Widow of County of Orange, North Carolina , United States of America Date: 20 September 1820

August, 1805 - Will of Martha Strudwick (Will Book D, I5U) dated Aug. 6, 1803. leaves estate to Samuel Strudwick, her grandson, "when he arrives at 20." (Samuel is the son of Martha's son, William F. Strudwick.

"In the name of God Amen this is my last will
I give to my grandson Samuel Strudwick my legacy on the Carolina estate when he arrives at 20 and also give him my legacy in the City estate whenever it shall fall in
I also give him all my plate large gold watch gold chain and seals at the time of his father's death
I also give him my house and lot in the town at Hillsborough on the death of his father
I also give him my furniture china glass and house linen when he arrives at 20. I mean in the Riversdale? house
In case of Samuel's death then I give this property to Edmund
I give to Field Silla her full liberty at the time of my death until hers together with her corn and 5 pounds a year for her life
I give to my son William F. Strudwick all my other property and in make him my sole executor Martha Strudwick
I give in to Elizabeth Kirby $50 if she is with me at the time of my death
I mean Samuel should have half my plate when he arrived at 20 and the other half on the death of his father
This purse with the money that I give to my grandson Samuel Strudwick together with my morocco pocketbook for his sole purpose and use hoping his father will use him kindly on my account this is my last will and desire to my son. Martha Strudwick, state of North Carolina
I John Taylor Clerk of Orange County Court of pleas and quarter sessions do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the last will and testament of Martha Strudwick deceased with the codicil annexed and also the copy of the certificate of probate thereof as the same stand on record in my office in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed the seal of the said County of Orange in my office in the town of Hillsborough the 30th day of November anno domino 1810 J. Taylor
Probatum September 20, 1820 to Peter Brown the administrator of William Francis Strudwick deceased first sworn duly to administer for the benefit and use of Samuel Strudwick the natural lawful son and one of the next of kin of the said William Francis Strudwick now residing in the County of Orange aforesaid. William Francis Strudwick the sole executor and residuary legatee named in the said will dying intestate without taking upon himself the probate execution of the said will or the letters of administration.

59 ?
Name: Mary Drury Gender: Female Baptism/Christening Date: 1804 Baptism/Christening Place: , DUXFORD ST. JOHN, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND Birth Date: Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: Stephen Drury Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Susannah
60 Name: Thomas Canning Age: 55 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1816 Relation: Head Spouse's Name: Mary Canning Gender: Male Where born: Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England Civil parish: Clifton Ecclesiastical parish: Christchurch County/Island: Gloucestershire Country: England Registration district: Clifton Sub-registration district: Clifton ED, institution, or vessel: 21 Household schedule number: 1 Piece: 2545 Folio: 34 Page Number: 1 Household Members:
Name Age
Thomas Canning 55
Mary Canning 55
Edward A H Castleman 29
Fanny M Castleman 22
Edith A Castleman 3
Rachel Agnes Castleman 1
Edward W F Castleman 6 Months
Owen Roper 27
George Lock 21
Sarah Horter 23
Hannah Phillips 23
Jane E Rad 20
Mary J Batton 17

Name: Mary Canning Estimated Birth Year: abt 1815 Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1890 Age at Death: 75 Registration district: Bath Inferred County: Somerset Volume: 5c
Name: Mary Canning Probate Date: 8 Oct 1890 Death Date: 13 Sep 1890 Death Place: Somerset, England Registry: Bristol

61 Possibility?
1851 Census: Kilmonivaig, Inverness, Scotland;
Name: Mary McTavish
Age: 44
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Kilmonivaig, Inverness
Parish Number: 99
Civil Parish: Kilmonivaig
County: Inverness
Address: Seann Talamb
Occupation: Ag Patis Widow
ED: 22
Page: 2 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 5
Line: 9
Roll: CSSCT1851_23
Household Members: Name Age
Allan McTavish 7
Ann McTavish 14
Helen McTavish 4
Jessie McTavish 11
Mary McTavish 44
Mary McTavish 16
Sarah McTavish 5
Source Citation: Parish: Kilmonivaig; ED: 22; Line: 9; Year: 1851 
62 Possibly Mary Owen born 1637 Steventon, daughter of John Owen? This John born 09.09.1604 Steventon son of Richard Owen(1555-1605) and Joanne Daniel(1560-1604) Married Steventon 14.01.1580 Steventon??
I am seeking information on my 8th g-grandparents, Richard Owen and Joanne Daniel. They were born in Steventon, Berkshire, England - he, ca. 1555, and she ca. 1560. Their son Robert was Christened on 7 Nov. 1583, Steventon. He married Joanne White on 21 Nov. 1613, Steventon. Joanne was Christened on 20 July 1592, Steventon. Robert's son Bartholomew, b. ca. 1619, Christened 19 Aug. 1619, Steventon, came to Surrey Co., VA in the 1650's married Joanne Jennings, ca. 1667. Have much info on Bartholomew's descendants and very little on his parents and grandparents. would like to correspond with anyone researching these families. Charlie Owens
63 Possibly the Mary Vaisey of Winterborne Monkton who married Edward Vaisey of PReshute in 1797??

Sarum Marriage Licence Bond Index:
Day: 25 Month: Feb Year: 1797 Groom Forenames: Edward Groom Surname: VAISEY Groom's parish: Preshute Groom's county: Wiltshire,England Groom's condition: Groom's occupation: Groom's age: Groom's notes:
Bride Forenames: Mary Bride Surname: VAISEY Bride's parish: Winterbourne Monkton Bride's county: Wiltshire,England Bride's condition: Bride's age: Bride's notes: Place of Marriage: Bondsman 1: VAISEY Thomas, Winterbourne Monkton Bondsman 2: Jurisdiction: The Bishop of Salisbury in Wiltshire and Berkshire

Wiltshire Memorial Inscription Index:
Day: 8 Month: Jun Year: 1803 Age: 36 Forenames: Mary Surname: VAISEY Place: Winterbourne Monkton County: Wiltshire Country: England Reference: 169248 Notes: wife of Edward
64 There is a burial of a Mrs Mary Northie at St John Devizes 27.04.1634. Mary
65 There is a Mary Burgess buried Arkesden on 17.12.1724. Check birth date of daughter? Joyce??
Also a Mary Burgess buried in 1755 and another in 1759?. 
66 A widow previously married to Edward Hawten.

Reference: C 1/1233/8-9 Description: Short title: Hawten v Bustarde.
Plaintiffs: Wolston and Fredyswyd HAWTEN.
Defendants: Anthony BUSTARDE, gentleman.
Subject: Legacies of Edward Hawten of the Lee, yeoman, father of complainants and husband of Millicent afterwards the wife of defendant. Oxfordshire Note: See C1/949/53. Date: 1544-1551
67 Boyd's Marriage Index:
68 Possibility?
1871 Census: St Saviour, Southwark, England:
Name: Sarah Watson Age: 82 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1779 Relation: Aunt Gender: Female Where born: Eltham, Kent, England Civil parish: Southwark St Saviour Ecclesiastical parish: St Peter County/Island: Surrey Country: England Registration district: St Saviour Southwark Sub-registration district: St Saviour ED, institution, or vessel: 9 Neighbors: Household schedule number: 226 Piece: 315 Folio: 69 Page Number: 25 Listed as unmarried.

1881 Census: Rye, Sussex, England:
Name: Sarah Watson Age: 81 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1780 Relation: Sister Gender: Female Where born: Iden, Sussex, England Civil parish: Brede County/Island: Sussex Country: England Registration district: Rye Sub-registration district: Beckley ED, institution, or vessel: 8 Neighbors: Household schedule number: 11 Piece: 558 Folio: 82 Page Number: 2 Household Members:
Marthar Paine 82
Sarah Watson 81
Jane Roberts 11
69 Will of Sarah Brown of Overton Manton, 1689.

Will for Sarah Brown
Ref No.
Alt Ref No
Inventory, will Date 1690 Person Brown, Sarah Occupation Widow Place Key /Overton/Wiltshire Community Overton Description Of Preshute according to the will, but Overton according to the inventory. 
70 Possibly buried 1722 Manningford Bruce. Susanna
71 Possibility: Same person two marriages. Different John's?
Marriage: 19 MAY 1730 All Saints, Lewes, Sussex, England

Marriage: 21 JUN 1740 All Saints, Lewes, Sussex, England

Christening: 22 JUL 1711 Chiddingly, Sussex, England

Christening: 19 NOV 1702 Chiddingly, Sussex, England

Christening: 31 AUG 1707 Etchingham, Sussex, England
72 Possibility?
British Chancery Records: Name: John Abarowe Place: Wilts, Somerset, Dorset, Surrey, Southampton Date: 1533-1538 Volume: 7 Page: 27 Bundle: 786
Abarowe, John
73 ?
Will of Elizabeth Tresham Widow Newton, Northamptonshire 20 November 1683 Proved December 1683

Name: Mrs Elizabeth Tresham Burial Date: 27 Dec 1683 Parish: St Stephen, Coleman Street County: London Borough: City of London Record Type: Burial Register Type: Parish Register
Abbott, Elizabeth
74 Name: George Abbot Marriage Date: 29 May 1633 Parish: St Lawrence Pountney County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: Elizabeth Nellam Record Type: Marriage Register Type: Parish Register

Possible Burial: Name: Mr George Abbott, merchant Burial Date: 14 Nov 1645 Parish: St Stephen, Coleman Street County: London Borough: City of London Record Type: Burial

Abbott, George
75 Will of Margarett Marsh, Widow of Hackney, Middlesex 29 August 1678 PROB 11/357
Abbott, Margaret
76 Children baptised St Dionsis Backchurch: Maurice 1634, John 1637, Elizabeth 1638. William 1640, Edward 1643, Martha 1643.

Will of Maurice Style, Gentleman of Edmonton, Middlesex 08 June 1659 PROB 11/292
Will of Martha Style, Widow of Morden, Surrey 16 January 1658 PROB 11/285

Text: Mistse Style widdow was buryed 31 Dec 1657. Book: 1657. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812

Text: Richard ye sonn of Thomas Style Esq. & Martha his wife was buryed 21 Mar 1647. Book: 1647. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812

Text: Sarah ye daughter of Thomas Style Esqr. & Martha his wife was baptized 15 Jan 1649. Book: 1649. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812

Text: Ann ye daughter of Thomas Style Esq. & Martha his wife was baptized 17 Jul 1651. Book: 1651. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812

Text: Martha ye daughter of Thomas Style Esqr. & Martha his wife was baptized 06 Sep 1652. Book: 1652. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812

Text: Margett ye daughter of Thomas Style Esqr. & Martha his wife was baptized 31 Mar 1653. Book: 1653. Collection: Surrey: Morden - Parish Registers, 1634-1812
Abbott, Martha
77 The Topographer , 1791, vol. 4, p. 110, reads: Mary Digges, died Oct. the 15th. 1692, Aged 81 Years.
Abbott, Mary
78 Child of Maurice and Alice Abbott

London: - Marriage Licences, 1520-1610
Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of London.
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.

"...Mr Marsh, Mr Tresham, Mr Digges & Mr Styles, sonnes in lawe to Sr Morris Abbott ..."

Will of Sir Maurice Abbott, Alderman of London 29 November 1644 PROB 11/192

Alderman 1626-1642. Lord Mayor of London

Marriage: 06 JUN 1598 Widford, Hertford, England

Middlesex: - Rolls, Books and Certificates, Indictments, Recognizances, Coroners' Inquisitions-Post-Mortem, Orders, Memoranda and Certificates, 1625-1667, vol. 3 Errata. Middlesex Sessions' Rolls and Books:-- (69.) Summary of the True Bills of 22 James 1st. County: Middlesex Country: England 14 Jul , 2 Charles 1st.--True Bill that, at Blackwall in the parish of Stephney co. Midd. on the said day, against the good faith and the confidence put in him at the time of his misdeed, Thomas Horne, the servant not the apprentice of Sir Maurice Abbott knt. the Governor and the Society of London Merchants trading to the East Indies, took and carried away, with the intention of stealing them and converting them to his own use, twenty-one thousands of nayles worth three pounds, that had been committed to his keeping by the aforesaid Sir Maurice Abbott knight the Governor and the Society of London Merchants trading to the East Indies (per prefatum Mauricium Abbott militem Gubernatorem et Societatem Mercatorum Londinensium negotiantium ad Indos orientales). G. D. R., . . ., 2 Charles 1st.

London and the Outbreak of the Puritan Revolution: City Government and National Politics, 1625-43
Book by Valerie Pearl; Oxford University Press, 1961.364 pg
The Aldermen, October 1640-December 1641
SOME biographical information about the Aldermen who held
office between October 1640 and December 1641, mainly relating to their political sympathies and the offices which they held.1
*indicates the subject of a D.N.B. article.

* ABBOT, Sir Morris (1565-1642). Alderman of Bridge With≠
out from 1626 to 1631, and of Coleman street from 1631 to 1642, Abbot came of an influential family with ecclesiastical, commercial,and gentry connexions. He was the son of a City Clothworker and the son-in-law of the wealthy Alderman Bartholomew Barnes. His brother George was Archbishop of Canterbury, and another brother, Robert, was Bishop of Salisbury. His trading connexions were ubiquitous: he was free of the Turkey, Italian, French, Spanish, and Muscovy Companies. In at least four Companies, he had held some of the highest positions. An Incorporator of the East India Company, he was Deputy Governor from 1615 to 1624, and Governor from 1624 to 1637; he was an Incorporator and Director of the North-West Passage Company in 1612, Treasurer of the Levant Company from 1614 to 1616 and then, one of the Court of Assistants to 1624. He was an opponent of the Sandys group in the Virginia Company and was therefore proposed for the post of Treasurer by the crown in 1620 and 1622 in opposition to the ruling party. In 1624, he was appointed one of the royal Council set up to discuss the future of Virginia.

Abbott, Maurice
79 Listed in the Oxford University Alumni. Matriculated in 1619 aged 17 years. Bar at Law of the Inner Temple 1630.

Name: Mr Maurice Abbott Marriage Date: 19 Jul 1632 Parish: St Bartholomew By The Exchange County: London Borough: City of London Spouse: Mrs Elizabeth Lamott Record Type: Marriage

Name: Maurice Abbott Esquire Burial Date: 18 Jul 1677 Parish: St Stephen, Coleman Street County: London Borough: City of London Record Type: Burial Register Type: Parish Register
Abbott, Maurice
80 Possibly the Maurice Abbott born 22.01.1633 St Andrew Holborn to Maurice and Elizabeth?

Text: Abbott, Maurice, jun., esq., of the Inner Temple, Lond. 1659 274 Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1657-1660 (Will) Collection: England: Canterbury - Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660

Will of Maurice Abbott of Inner Temple, City of London 30 May 1659 PROB 11/291 -wife Judith, cousin Thomas Honeywood, Elizabeth Honeywood, John Lamott, Aunt the Lady Hester Honeywood

There is a marriage of a Maurie Abbott and Judith Lytton at Knebworth, Hertford in 1657?
Abbott, Maurice
81 First marriage?
1851 Census:
Name: John Adam
[John Adams] Age: 25 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Relationship: Head Spouse's Name: Marth Adams Gender: Male Where born: Drumoak, Aberdeenshire Parish Number: 231 Civil parish: Peterculter County: Aberdeenshire Address: Westside Benthoul Occupation: Agricultural Labourer ED: 3 Page: 12 (click to see others on page) Household schedule number: 41 Line: 14 Roll: CSSCT1851_50 John Adam 25 Marth Adams 25 John Adams 2 Robina I Adams 8 Mo Robert Adams 23

1861 Census:
Name: John Adams Age: 36 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825 Relationship: Head Spouse's name : Martha Adams Gender: Male Where born: Drumoak, Aberdeenshire Registration Number: 252 Registration district: Banchory Ternan Civil parish: Banchory Ternan County: Kincardineshire Address: House At Bruckelboy Occupation: Labourer & Crofter Of 8 Acres ED: 5 Household schedule number: 49 Line: 1 Roll: CSSCT1861_34 John Adams 36 Martha Adams 36 John Adams 12 Robena Ireland Adams 10 James Camie Adams 7 Andrew Adams 4 Mertha Hay Adams 1

1871 Census:
Name: John Adams Age: 45 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Relationship: Boarder Gender: Male Where born: Drumoak, Aberdeenshire Registration Number: 185 Registration district: Cruden Civil parish: Cruden County: Aberdeenshire Address: Blackhill Occupation: Stone Quarrier ED: 7 Household schedule number: 83 Line: 1 Roll: CSSCT1871_37

1881 Census:
Name: John Adams Age: 50 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1831 Relationship: Head Spouse's name : Helen Adams Gender: Male Where born: Drumoak, Aberdeenshire Registration Number: 222A Registration district: Midmar Civil parish: Midmar County: Aberdeenshire Address: Woodsid Of Kebbaty Occupation: Quarrier & Crofter Of 6 Ac ED: 5 Household schedule number: 24 Line: 18 Roll: cssct1881_64
Adams, John
82 Marriage 1847 February 26th David Adamson, banksman at Wisp and Helen Falla residing at Todhills parish of Liberton gave in their names etc. Cautioner for the man William Carse and for the woman Andrew Loannie. Married 5th March thereafter by Rev. Mr. Adamson (correct Helen or another??)

1851 census Todhills, Midlothian, Scotland:
Name: David Adamson
Age: 44
Estimated birth year: abt 1807
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name: Helen
Gender: Male
Where born: Newton, Midlothian
Parish Number: 693
Civil parish: Liberton
Town: Todhills
County: Midlothian
Address: Dalkeith Road
Occupation: Ag Lab
ED: 6
Page: 15 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 47
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_190

1861 Census Newton, Midlothian, Scotland:
Name: David Adamson
Age: 50
Estimated birth year: abt 1811
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Helen
Gender: Male
Where born: Newton, Edinburghshire
Registration Number: 696
Registration district: Newton
Civil parish: Newton
County: Midlothian
Address: Public House
Occupation: Ag Lab
ED: 1
Page: 6 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 36
Line: 22
Roll: CSSCT1861_133
Household Members: Name Age
David Adamson 50
Helen Adamson

Possible Death Scotland People Index:
Adamson, David Carse
83 National Archives: Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Procee... C 1/326/11 John Iwardby, knight, and Jane, his wife, daughter of John, son of Margaret Agmondesham. v. John Tilney, son-in-law and executor of Alice, executrix and late the wife of Christopher Hawe, executor of the said Margaret.: Bequest of money under the will
Date: 1504 - 1515 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

John Agmondesham, Gent. 16th May 1509. My body to be buried in the Priory of St. Bartholomew, London. To my two daughters Joan and Alice cc marks each; to Emma, my wife, my manors in Bucks, to keep my son John during his non-age; Emma, my wife, and Richard Balton. Proved 3d July 1509 (Testamenta vetusta: being illustrations from wills, of manners ..., Volume 2 By Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas)

At the west end of the south aisle are several old brasses on stone slabs, placed on the walls. The first on the south wall has the following inscription inblack letter: 'Pray for me lady Jane Iwarby sum tyme wife of Sr Joh[n'] Iwarby of Ewell Knyght dought[er] of Joh[n'] Agmondesh[am] s[ome]tyme of ledered in Surrey sqer which Jane dyed the viii day of May in ye yere ofoure lord mlvcxix of home Jhu have m[']ci.' Above is her figure kneeling in prayer, with a kennel head-dress and a heraldic mantle with the arms of Agmondesham. On one side of her is a scroll bearing the words 'ladyhelpe me and you'; the scroll on the opposite side ismissing. Above are two shields, the first bearing thearms: Quarterly (1) Argent a cheveron azure between three boars' heads sable with five cinquefoilsor upon the cheveron (Agmondesham); (2) Partywith a lion countercoloured; (3) A cheveron with three mill rind crosses thereon; (4) A cheveron between three martlets with five cinquefoils on the cheveron. The other shield has Agmondesham impaling the second coat. From: 'Parishes: Ewell', A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 3 (1911), pp. 278-284. URL:  
Agmondesham, Jane
84 Name: Robert Alcock Gender: Male Birth Date: 16 Jan 1645 Christening Date: 26 Jan 1645 Christening Place: Broad Hinton, Wiltshire, England Age at Christening: 0 Father's Name: Thomas Alcock Mother's name: Sara Alcock, Robert
85 Possibly?
possibly VENN: Matric. sizar from KING'S, Michs. 1611; B.A. from Jesus, 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19; priest, Sept. 20, 1619. P.C. of Bury, Hunts., 1619. Perhaps V. of Broad Hinton, Wilts., 1629-64. Died Nov. 26, 1664.

"Ministers in Malmesbury District about the time of the Civil Wars and Restoration" Author : Book Type : People Publisher : Date : 1911-13 ISBN : Journal : WNQ, Vol. 7, pages546-51
ALCOCK, THOMAS - Minister of Broad Hinton; a witness at his daughter's marr. 10 Oct. 1654; wife's name Sarah; takes a baptism 4 Sept. 1662. [Phill. Inst., d V. of Broad Hinton, 1664.] Brazenose Coll., Ox., matr. 24 Nov. 1609, cler. fil. 16, B.A. 1612, M.A. 1614.
Alcock, Thomas
86 Exemplification of depositions CCA-DCc-ChAnt/C/1060 28 Jan 1566
Former reference: CCA-DCc-ChAnt/C/1060
1 document
Parchment, 2mm, stitched together at plica, seal, slightly dirty, slightly stained, slightly creased
Contents: From: Elizabeth I, queen of England Exemplification of writ, interrogatories and depositions relating to a case between the dean and chapter of Canterbury Cathedral, plaintiffs, and Christopher Courthopp, defendant, concerning the tithes of St Paul's rector [Canterbury], formerly owned by St Augustine's Abbey [Canterbury]. The writ, dated 28 Nov 1562 at Westminster [Middlesex], authorised Thomas Hales, esq, Richard Engeham, esq, and Henry Aldey, alderman of the city of Canterbury, to summon the witnesses, examine them on behalf of the dean and chapter and return their answers to the chancery on 27 Jan. The interrogatories include questions also concerning the appointment of the wardens of St Laurence's Hospital, the manor of Barton, a barn called 'Calcott Barne' and lands belonging to the rectory. Depositions of John Halle, clerk, former monk of St Augustine's Abbey, aged 70, John Twyne, gent, aged 59, Thomas Edmund, clerk, former monk of St Augustine's Abbey, aged 59, John Wyldbore, clerk, former monk of St Augustine's Abbey, aged 79, and William Cockes of Faversham, husbandman, aged 60. Twyne's evidence is very detailed. Note on plica that the document was examined by Richard Rede and Daniel Reeves, clerks. Given at Westminster [Middlesex]. Endorsed with descriptions  
Aldey, Henry
87 ?
Groom's name: Martin Taylor bride's name: Catherine Aldridge marriage date: 1697 marriage place: Earl-Stoke, Wiltshire, England indexing project (batch) number: M15274-1

Aldridge, Catherine
88 Called Charity Crosby in the will of mother Deborah dated 1730. Married or father's name?

Name: Charriti Chambers Allderidge Gender: Female Birth Date: 2 Feb 1699 Birth Place: Bratton,Wiltshire,England Mother: Deborroh Allderidge Film Number: 1279341

Name: Charity Chambers Marriage Date: 20 Feb 1720 Parish: Norton Bavant Residence: of This Parish Spouse: Walter Tyly Spouse Residence: Norton Bavant
Aldridge, Charity Chambers
89 ?
[Ibid.] Philip Blatch, of Bratton, yeoman, all messuages, &c., in Bulkington and Keevil, to William Axford, of Earlstoke, Jeffery Whittaker, of Bratton, and John Drewet, of Bratton, and their heirs for ever; to the use of liis wife (and the exix.) during her life, and after her decease to the sole use of the said William Axford and Jeftery Whitaker, their exors., &c., for the term of 500 years without impeachment of waste, and after the said term to his son, John Blatch, his heirs, &c. To his son, James Blatch, £,ic:io to be paid on his majority, with interest ; daughter Margaret Blatch, ^300, with like interest ; and if James or Margaret die before attaining 21 years, then the sum oi £^100 out of ^300 to go to the survivor, and the rest not to be due or payable ; but if his personal estate be not sufficient to pay his debts and expenses, and the said several sums and the interest thereof, then he wills that the deficiency shall, after the death of his wife, be raised as William Axford and Jeftery Whittaker think fit out of the said term of 500 years, and the rents and profits thereof. Dated loth Novem- ber 1726. [Deborah Blatch, widow, was sworn at Westbury, 11 July 1728.] [^Precentor's Court, Salisbury.]

Name: Phillip Blatch Gender: Male Spouse's Name: Delrow Aldridge Marriage Date: 29 Jun 1702 Marriage Place: Westbury, Wiltshire, England
Aldridge, Deborah
90 ??
Name: Deborah Aldridge Marriage Date: 6 Jan 1707 Parish: Erlestoke Residence: of This Parish Spouse: Edward Knight Spouse Residence: Melksham
Aldridge, Deborah
91 Probably married a Thomas Clarke of Trowbridge, baker.

Name: Elizabeth Aldridge Gender: Female Spouse's Name: Thomas Clark Marriage Date: 26 May 1696 Marriage Place: Little Cheverell, Wiltshire, England

[no title] 281M/T828 1727 These documents are held at Devon Record Office
18 November 1727
1. Elizabeth Clarke of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, widow, executrix of will of Thomas Clarke, baker, deceased, Thomas Clarke of Trowbridge, cothier, eldest son and Edward Shrapnell of Trowbridge, clothier and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Elizabeth and Thomas Clarke.
2. Edward Mortimer
Lands and hereditaments in Bulkington and Keevil, Wiltshire mortgaged by Francis Merewether to John Aldridge for £579.
Aldridge, Elizabeth
92 Could this be the one who married Joseph Exon?

Melksham Marriage- 25 Feb 1796 Joseph Exten of Hatchbury and Grace Aldrig of Earl Stoake.

Sutton Veney yielded a little more information which may be relevant............

Baptism 13 Mar 1670 Joseph Exton son of Jeffery

5 Jul 1675 Jeffery Exton
9 Nov 1750 Grace Exton wife of Jeffery
17 Nov 1755 Joseph Exton

Will for Ralph Aldredge of Bratton ( written 1663 - not sure when proved) Ralph Aldredge - wife Elinor Aldredge
Children -
John Aldredge
Thomas Aldredge
Margarett Aldredge wife of Jeffrey Exton
Children of Jeffrey and Margarett ( 4 named in the Will) Richard, Joseph, Elizabeth & ?.
We know from the Will that Ralphe Aldredge & Elinor are the parents to John, Margarett & Thomas.

We also know that Margarett Aldredge/Aldridge married Jeffrey Exton and their son was Joseph.

From the Will of John Aldridge of Bratton (1712) we know that John Aldredge was the father of Grace.

This would make Joseph Exton and Grace Aldredge/Aldridge cousins.

Sutton Venery Parish Registers:
9 November 1750 Grace EXTON Sutton Veny Wife of Joseph EXTON
Aldridge, Grace
93 These documents are held at Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Settlement on the marriage of John Greenhill jnr. of North Bradley and Grace Aldridge of Bratton, relating to lands and houses at Drynham in the parish of North Bradley, 1689; eight deeds of Drynham Farm in the same parish 1796-1836, and bills of Richard Blake of Trowbridge for the conveyances 1833-1834, purchased by Walter Long of Rood Ashton (d.1867) in 1836.
Includes, copy contract for the purchase of Drynham Farm for £1800 by Richard Godolphin Long of Rood Ashton, 1833, not completed due to his death in July 1835 but subsequently carried through by his son, Walter, as described above.
Parties: Greenhill, Aldridge, Turner, Coward, Pigott, King, Smyth, Heathcote, Harper, Master, Saunders, Long.

Isabel of Bradley held a water-mill in Bradley in the mid-14th century. (fn. 9) She was probably a member of the family which held the manor of Bradley, for the mill descended in the same way. (fn.10) Thus Thomas Godfrey held it in 1411,(fn.11) Henry Long at his death c. 1490,(fn.12) and Sir Walter Longin 1604.(fn.13) It was evidently separated from themanor in the 17th century, for in 1689 it was assured to John Greenhill the younger by Thomas Adams and others. (fn.14) Grace Greenhill held it in 1697,(fn.15) and another John Greenhill in 1724.
From: 'North Bradley', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 8: Warminster, Westbury and Whorwellsdown Hundreds (1965), pp. 218-234. URL: Date accessed: 15 January 2012.
Aldridge, Grace
94 ?
[no title] 212B/3111 c1740 These documents are held at Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Contents:Aldridg, Isaac, decsd.
"A Terrier of one yardlands and a half, lately in Lease to Mr. Isaac Aldridge during his life, called Stockwells." (3 pp.)
A Terrier... of Henry Cook (3 pp.)
A Terrier... of Mary Lowdy, widow. (1 p.)
A Terrier... of George Taylor (1 p.).
Aldridge, Issac
95 Will of John Aldridge, Gentleman of Bratton, Wiltshire 08 July 1713 PROB 11/534

"John Aldridge Ballard, of Bratton, was married to Mrs. Anne Frowd, of ye Devizes, at Erlestoke, June 16, 1732."  
Aldridge, John
96 Mentioned in the will of his grandfather Jonathon Axford. Aldridge, Jonathon
97 [no title] 212B/3157 1703 June 26
(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
98 Will of MARY BALLARD, of Bratton,
... to her sister, Grace Greenhill, ... to her sister, Elizabeth Clarke, ....her daughter, Elizabeth Clarke, ,20 ; to Thomas and John, sons of Elizabeth Clarke, ....her sister, Deborah Blatch, John, Mary, and James, children of Deborah Blatch, .... the Baptized Congregation meeting in Earl Stoke. To Elizabeth Ballard, daughter of her sister Sarah Ballard, ... and to Mary, Sarah's other daughter, ..... to John Ballard, Jonathan Ballard, and John Aldridge Ballard, equally divided. To John Aldridge Ballard, her kinsman, .... to Mary Whitaker, her husband's daughter,... kinswoman Mary Ballard ....Charity, reputed daughter of her sister Deborah Blatch, and her best suit of "head clothes"; her black Rusall gown and coat to her mother, Mary Alredge, ....her brother Philip Ballard, ..... bequeathed to her by her father. Dated 28 November A.D. 1713. [Proved 5 October 1714.] [Precentor's Court, Salisbury.]
Aldridge, Mary
99 ?Name: Rachell Aldridge Gender: Female Spouse's Name: George Hancock Marriage Date: 6 Jan 1690 Marriage Place: Little Cheverell, Wiltshire, England

Aldridge, Rachel
100 Ref No.
Alt Ref No
Aldridge, Thomas
Place Key

First name(s): Thomas Last name: ALDRIDGE Date of burial: 28 Aug 1712 Age at death: Calculated year of birth: Not known Place of burial: Erlestoke Dedication: St Saviour County: Wiltshire

Aldridge, Thomas

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