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Alexander Vaughan), the daughter, next of kin, and administrator of the goods
unadministered of Martha Davies, otherwise Cornewall (wife of John Davies),
deed, (whilst living) the relict and executiix, &c., of Cwiac CorNEWALL, late of
Eye, CO. Hereford, deceased, to administer the goods left unadministered, &c.

(P.C.C. 79 Browning.)

RoBT. Cornewall, of Ludlow.
To be buried at Eye. To my eldest son, Charles, who is plentifully provided
for, 20 shillings for mourning ring. To my son, Frederick, his heirs and assigns,
my house in Ludlow, Bameby House, with the Close adjoining. He to be soleExor.
To sons Henry and George £20 to buy mourning. Poor of Eye £8. Poor of
Ludlow £5. To my servant Mrs. Elianor Phillips, £20, with sundry goods and
furniture. She to occupy my house for 3 months after my decease.

Dated Oct. 18, 1704.
Proved at Ludlow, i Jan. 22, 1705.



APPENDIX. 28r

Cot.. Charles Jenkinson, d. 1750, and Amarantha, his wife, d. 1785, father and mother of the
ist Earl of Liverpool and of the wife of Speaker C. W. Comewall.

Charles Jenkinson, of " Whitchwood Forrest," co. Oxford, Esq.
Proved 26 March, 1751.

(P.CC. 83 BusBV).
' 1749-50," Feb. 14.

I, Charles Jenkinson, of Whitch Wood Forrest, co Oxford, Esquire, " weak and
infirm," lic. To be buried at the parish church of Shipton-under-Whitch Wood,
if I shall happen to die at my Lodge in Whitch Wood Forrest. I do confirm the
Deed of Settlement made upon my marriage with my beloved wife Amarantha,
and give unto her all my freehold lands, &c., whatsoever, and all my goods, &c.,
whatsoever, not the least doubting of her care of our children, &c., and I make my
said wife sole Executrix.

(Signed) Chas. Jenkinson.
Proved at London, 26 March, 175 1, by Amarantha Jenkinson, widow, the relict
and sole Executrix named.

(P.CC. 83 Busby.)

Amarantha Jenkinson, Winchester, Hants.
Proved 9 August, 1785.

(P.CC. 428 Ducarel.



1770, Jan. 5.



1489, Jan. 3.



In the Name of God, Amen. I, Amarantha Jenkinson, near the City of
Winchester, co. Southampton, widow, &c. To be buried in the parish church of
St. Thomas in Winchester, near my dear daughter. I give to my daughter
Elizabeth, wife of Charles Wolfran Cornewall, £2,000 Stock. To my son
Charles, he having had already his aunt Betty Cornewall's legacy, £100 and
my silver cup. To my son John £700 Stock, he also having had his aunt Betty
Cornwall's legacy. My executrix to put up a Monument to my late dear husband
and mother in the parish church of Shipton in Oxfordshire. All the rest and
residue I give to my daughter Jane, sole executrix.

(Signed) Amarantha Jenkinson.

Codicil, 15 Jan., 1780. The sums bequeathed to my daughter Elizabeth
and son John to be understood as in Stock at the average price at which it shall
stand, &c.

Proved at London, 9 Aug., 1785, by Jane Jenkinson, spinster, the daughter
of the deceased and sole executrix named.

(P.CC 428 Ducarel.)

[The above are the Wills of the Berrington Comewalls. The following relate to
the Barons of Burford.

Elizabeth, Widow of Thomas, Baron of Burford.

In Dei Nomine, Amen. I, Elizabeth Cornewell in my good mynde and
remembrance make my Will, &c. My body to be burj'ed in the churche of Saint



282 THE HOUSE OF CORNEWALL.

Bristol.] Marke, within the chapell of Saint Nicholas. To our moder chirch our Lady of

Worcetr. iiijd., &c. To the Abbey of Augustine, vjs. viijd. Unto the bilding of

the tower of Boroughford, &c., xxxli. To the house of Saint Marke by Bristowe,

&c., xxli. Unto my son Edmund Kornewelle, my daughter his wif, his eldestd

daughter, his youngest daughter, to Jenet Ive, my god daughter Elizabeth Chip-

PEMAN, Maryon Kachema, Jane ap Hopton, Margaret Dolle, Anne Went,

Johane Blewet, Ser John Randolf, brother of the gauntis, my servant Richard

Went, Ser Philip A. Beynam, my godson Moryce Holyday, my servant John

Penson and his wif, Thomas Penson and his wif, my godson Edmond Penson

and his wif [sundry small bequests]. The residue of all my goodes I bequeth unto

Ser Edmond Coruewell, Knyght, Ser John Randolf and Richard Went, to dispose

as it shall seme nedefull for my soule, executors.

Proved at Lamebith, 6 June, 1489, by Humfrey Holt, proctor for the executors

named.

(P.C.C. 23 MiLLES.)



1497, Jan. 20.



Thomas Cornewall, of Haverhill.

To the parson of Kedyngton and the parson of Littel Woothing, xs. &c.
To John my Sonne my place in Litell Walden to him and to his sone that he hadde
by his first wif. To Robert my sone my place in Haverhill, lands, &c., in Haverhill,
Sturmer, Kedyngton, and Woothing, remainder to Edmunde my sone, Thomas
my sone, and Henry my sone. To Nicholas my sone my lands, &c., in Thaxstede
[Essex.] To Agnes and Elizabet my daughters xiijs. iiijd. apice, &c. Sir John
Frankelyng, Robert Cornewall, Thomas Newman, and Nicholas Cornewall my
sone executors. Writen by the bande of Thomas Cornewall.

Proved at Lamebith, 14 Nov., 1499, by the executors named.

(P.C.C. 7 MOONE.)



1566, March 8.



Rev. Richard Cornewall.

I, Richard Cornewall, clerk, being sick in boddie, &c. To be burried in the
chauncell of Humber. I give my kinsman Edward £10. To Richard his yonger
brother £10. To Alice my kinswooman £10. To Ursula my kinswooman £10.
To Jane my kinswoman, Elizabeth my kinswoman, my kinsman Ellis, William
my kinsman, Johan my kinswoman, John my kinsman, Richard my kinsman and
Thomas my kinsman, £10 apiece. Moreover, I doo nominate and appoint the said
Thomas my sole executor to gather and receive all theis my legacies of Master
Richard Hereford, Esq., and Mr. Blande of Worcestour for the rents of my
prebend of Ynckeborowe. I give to Hcnrye Robbins £10. Theis beinge
witnesses, Richard Cornewall, Henrie Johnsons, clerk, GEorg Harford, laborer,
and Elinor the wife of William Yvers.

Proved at London 15 May, 1566, by John Cornewall, proctor for Thomas
Cornewall, the executor named.

On 28 Oct., 1566, administration with the will annexed was granted to Richard
Robins. [No relationship or reason stated.]

(P.C C. 12 Grymes.)



283



APPENDIX



Part III.— ADDENDA AND ERRATA.

Page I. — " Cornwall " is evidently the Saxon rendering of Comouaille. There is still a Comouaille

in Brittany, opposite Cornwall, and the Bretons, like the Cornish, are Celtic. We remark that

the name Comewall was more frequently spelt Comewaile, and sometimes Comouaille itself

in old docmnents.
Page 28.— Footnote. Concerning the identity of Richard de Comewall and his sister Joan, wife of

Sir John Howard, refer to page i6r.
Page 5r. — The statement that the evidence of arms tells in favour of the legitimate theory must be

largely qualified ; for in Sir Harris Nicholas' Roll of Arms, 130S, the arms of Edmund, Earl of

Cornewall, are given among the list of peerages abatlu, i.e., extinct. This tells against the

legitimate theory.
Page 70. — It seems tolerably certain that it was Fulc Lee, not Thomas Lee, who married Eleanor

Comewall (refer to page 84). The inquisition and will of Sir Thomas Comewall of Berrington

and Thonock have already been given. For Thornock read Thonock.
Page 74. — For Visitation of 1934 read 1634.

Page So. — A WUliam Cornwall mentioned in 1640 as a recusant. Query of Buckland ?
Page 84. — Footnote. " The spurious Reade Baronet." This refers to the Baronetcy of Reade of

Brocket Hall — date of Patent, 1642 — extinct, not to that of Barton (or Shipton Court), which

still survives in Sir George Compton Reade, ninth Baronet — creation 1660.
Page 85. — Sep. 18, 1620. Sir Robert Harley wrote to Humphry Comewall and others reminding them

to nominate a Collector of the loan for Bohemia in the Hundred of Wolphy. — Hist. MSS. Comm.,

r4th Report, Part II.
Page 90. — Elizabeth Humphreys was of the family of Humphreys of Pennant in Montgomeryshire.

The heiress of that house marrying Richard Price of Knighton became ancestress of Sir Richard

Green Price, Bart.
Page 9r. — In the key pedigree the descending line from Col. Charles Jenkinson should fall on Charles

Jenkinson, rst Earl of Liverpool, and not on his first %vife, Amelia Watts.
Page 93. — March 6, 1700. Letter of Charles Comewall to Robert Harley at Westminster, announces

his intention to stand for Herefordshire at the next election. — Hist. MSS. C, 14th Report,

Appendix, Part II.

Ibid. — Nov. 2, 1700. Lord Weymouth to Robert Harley, " I hear there will be a contest
in your County, and that you are inclinable to Captain Comewall, which will go a great way
with me. I beg you let me know which side is most likely to prevail with your freeholders." —
Hist. MSS. C, 14th Report, Appendix II.
Page 93. — Charles Comewall to Robert Harley, at Lincolns Inn, nTites concerning which of them
should stand as Knight for the County of Hereford. — Hist. MSS. C, 14th Report, Appendix II.



284 THE HOUSE OF CORNEWALL.

Ibid. — Viscount Weymouth to Robert Haxley, Nov. 15, Longleat. " The affair at Weobley
has hitherto noe ill prospect, but Mr. Birch threatens law. Colonel Comewall concerns himself
much there in opposition to me, which I have not deserved of him, nor shall much apprehend." —
Hist. MSS. Commission, 14th Report, Appendix, Part II.

Ibid. — The same to the same, Dec. 3. " By the mismanagement of my agents our cake is
dough at Weobley, etc."
Page 94. — Charles Comewall to Robert Harley, 1700-1, Jan. 5, Moccas. " Since by a letter from
Lord Coningsby I observe you cannot be prevailed with to declare for me, I have consulted my
friends and have resolved to poll it to the last man, provided you will give me an assurance
that you will not be against me, and thereby give friends a liberty to dispose of themselves,
and me to engage what I can of them."

Ibid. — Sir Herbert Croft to Robert Harley. " We shall have no contest in the County
as Captain (sic) Comewall has resolved to desist, etc." — Hist. MSS. C, 15th Report, Appendix,
Part. 4-

Ibid. — Abigail Harley to Edward Harley at Ch. Ch., Oxford. " I wont pretend to say who
will be chose at Weobley. To the great joy of that noble Corporation there are 3 Candidates.
Su: John Germain has sent an agent who with the help of Captain Charles Cornewall hopes to
do wonders."
Page loi. — Letter of Sir Edward Harley. " I received great civilitye from Sir J. Morgan, Sir John
Barneby, etc., and particularly from Captain Edward Cornewall." — Hist. MSS. C, 14th Report,
Appendix, Part II.
Page 103. — Robert Harley to Sir Edward Harley. " Colonel Cornewall and his little son are at
Moccas."— Hist. MSS. C, 14th Report, Part II.

Page 125.— Richard Knight to Robert Harley, 1710, April 4. " Sir Joseph Jekyll had no respect
showed him, but was affronted rather, and suspected somebody put aquafortis on his coach
traces, for it fell in in Bromfield ; and to gain more respect he ordered Mr. Cornewall to be
prosecuted for the sermon he preached at Poole, but the Grand Jury refused, though Sir Joseph
pressed it with some zeal not becoming his high station. Mr. Cornewall preached the same
sermon before the Judges at Salop with applause. The text. Psalm 94, 16, " Who will rise up
for me against the evil-doers, etc."^R. Hist MSS. C, 15th Report, Appendix, Part IV.

Page 144. — The relationship between the Mortimers, Barons of Wigmore — later Earls of March —
and the Mortimers, Barons of Richard's Castle, has been deemed obscure, if not doubtful. It
is suggested that Robert de Mortimer, who by Margaret de Say, obtained the Barony of Richard's
Castle, was son of Hugh de Mortimer, Baron of Wigmore by Matilda, daughter of William de
Longespee, and grandson of Ralph de Mortimer, Baron of Wigmore, Temp. William I. If
that be so, he was the youngest brother of Roger de Mortimer, Baron of Wigmore, who died in
r2i5. This remains sub judice.

Page 160. — The escheats relating to Geoffrey de Comewall referring to the Manors of Thorpe and
Norton are dated 17 Edw. III., and that relating to Margaret, his widow, 22 Edw. III.

Page 160. — The various escheats seem to indicate that Baker was wrong in assigning Geoffrey a wife.
Richard, or Sir Richard — his knighthood is doubtful — was, as stated, served heir of Margaret,
but that was of his mother, Margaret de Mortimer, not of a supposed sister-in-law. Dr. Marshall
and J udge Bayley were therefore right in assuming that Geoffrey died unmarried and probably
also young. The key pedigree, p. 154, is correct as regards this item.



APPENDIX. 285

Page 162. — The Seymours at this period were Lords of Brockbury, now Brobury, and also of Yatton,
a Sub-manor of Much Marcle. (Refer to Duncumb's Herefordshire, and its continuation by
Judge Cooke.)

Page 189. — Key pedigree. For the statement that Sir Roland Comewall had three daughters, refer
to Harl. MSS., 19S4, fol. igg, 6. But this may be in confusion with Sir Thomas Comewall of
Berrington, who also had tliree daughters.

Page 199. — The grant of wine to Elizabeth Leuthal, wife of Baron Thomas Comewall, was from
Hen. v.— not Hen. VI.

Page 199. — The inscription on the ancient Hampton Court portrait of King Henry IV. states (vide
p. 193) that he gave the picture to Lenthal, who sold it to Comewall of Burford, who sold it
to the ancestor of the Lord Coningsby, temp. Hen. VI. So far as the portrait goes this may be
correct, although it is most imlikely — indeed, impossible — that the attainted Baron of Burford
could have sold it to a Coningsby. The portrait went with the Court, and the devolution of
that mansion and demesne seems obscure. The Inquisitions cited above show that Hampton
Court passed from Sir Roland Lenthal, its builder, to his eldest son by his second wife
Lucy Grey, viz. Roland Lenthall, who, dying s.p. in 1488, it passed to his brother, John
Lenthal. He died s.p. in 1498, and as to Kemberton Lord Zouche, heir of his eldest
sister. Lady Zouche, was served his heir. This we learn from the Salop Inquisition.
Unfortunately there can be found no Hereford Inquisition on John Lenthal, and also no
will. It is possible that the Hampton Court estate may have been divided between
his three sisters, in which case Sir Thomas Cornewall, as representing his grandmother,
would have inherited a share which seems to have been purchased by the Coningsbys, circa
1510. He must have had a motive in aliening his estates of Cornewall Ever, Bucks, and Norton
and Thorpe, Northants. We know, however, by evidence already adduced, that he was ex-
travagant, and no doubt to be attached to the Court of penurious Henry VII. involved heavy
expenses. It seems virtually certain that at least a moiety of Hampton Court was owned by
Sir Thomas Comewall between 1498 and 1510, but whether by descent, or, as the inscription
on the portrait suggests, by purchase, cannot be determined.

Page 201. — 1443 as the date of the death of Roland Lenthal is an error for 1488.

Page 201. — John Lenthal, who died s.p. 1498 {vide key pedigree), married Anne Bessils of Bessilsleigh,
Berks.

Page 202. — Footnote. This accidentally repeats what has already been stated in the text.

Page 207. — Lysons — Devon — asserts that the Pollards purchased King's Nympnet temp. Hen. V.
This is erroneous ; we have not been able to assign a date to the transfer from the Cornewalls
to the Pollards. It may have been as early as 1473, but more probably the Manor was one of
those aliened by Sir Thomas Comewall, prior to 1510.

Page 207. — In the Feet of Fines, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, is a final concord between Edmund Come-
wall, Richard and Edmund Wygmore, complainants, and Roger Hopwood with Kat^erine his
wife, deforciants, concerning the Manor of Milton with appurtenances. Deforciants owned the
premises to be the right of Cornewall as those which he and the others had of their gift. For
this quit-claim Baron Edmund Cornewall gave £40. He was apparently first cousin of the
Wygmore complainants.

Page 207. — In the pedigree of the Hopwoods of Pembridge Eleanor Cornewall is given as the wife,
not of Roger Vaughan, but of John Wigmore, who died in 1545. Roger Vaughan may have been



286 THE HOUSE OF CORNEWALL.

her first husband — but query ? She is entered as wife of John Wygmore and as "Eleanor fiha
Baronis De Burford." — Refer also to Eyton's Salop.
Page 215. — For " have already been stated " read " has already been stated."
Page 215. — " whose ancestry from the De Bramptons have." Read for " have," " has."
Page 216. — " wife of Sir Thomas ComewaU, the Eleventh Baron." For "eleventh" read "twelfth."
Page 217. — In the Life of Prince Henry, by Dr. Birch, Secretary of the Royal Society, Sir Thomas

Cornewall is styled " Gentleman of the Privy Chamber Extraordinary."
Page 223. — Key pedigree. For " Lyttleton " read " Lyttelton."

Page 223. — The key pedigree unfortunately is confused owing to the retention of horizontal lines,
which should have been omitted, e.g., omit horizontal line from " Martha " (line 3) and from
" Sarah " (line 4). Omit horizontal line from " Margaret " and perpendicular line between
" Hare " and " Clarke," and insert perpendicular line from " Susanna " to " Rachel."
With these too numerous corrections the key pedigree will be found to give a correct precis of
the descent.
Page 227. — For " Ravensthorpe " read " Raventhorpe."

Page 228. — Royal Descent. For " Sir R. Lytton of Kenilworth " read " Sir R. Lytton of Knebworth."
Page 233. — The date of Elizabeth Reade's birth must have been later than 1599. The Elizabeth
Reade baptised in August of that year at St. Helens, Abingdon, was daughter of a gentleman
of Wallingford resident in that town, and not of Barton House. He was ancestor of the Berk-
shire Loders, but was not related to the Barton Reades.
Page 235. — Footnote. For the Hendon monument refer infra — Unlinked Lines — to " Cornwall of

Elstead."
Page 235. — Footnote. For " Sir Gilbert Cornewall's mother " read " John Comewall's mother. '
Page 237. — Footnote. This should be starred to Sir Comptoa Reade — line 4. Omit star to "Anne "

on the last line of the text.
Page 243. — Hist. MSS. Commission, 14th Report, Vol. lU. Portland MSS., p. 401. Robert Harley
to Sir Edward Harley, Sep. 5, 1687. " I hear, the Baron of Burford is not Knighted." This
was Thomas, the penultimate Baron whose mesalliance may fully account for his having been
passed over.
There remains the problem concerning the date when the field ermine was assumed by the Barons.
It appears to have been borne by Sir John Cornewall, father of Lord Fanhope, who also
bore it. But it did] not displace the argent of the original field with the Barons for several
generations later, and at the " Field of the Cloth of Gold " Baron Sir Thomas Cornewall's coat
is given with the field argent, not ermine. The arms of the Barons of Burford are absent from
Glover's and Charles' Roll, also from the Second Calais Roll of Notes and Queries, Oct. 23, 1875.



INDEX OF PERSONS.



287



INDEX OF PERSONS.









PAGE


Adams, Charles






120


J ames . .






120


Marv C.






120


Sir R. . .






120


Aogar, Mary






133


Agberow,






93


Alexander II., King of Scotland






183


Alfonso, King of Castile






18, 19


Almaine, Henry of






20, 2 1


Alneto, de, Amice






56


J ordon






56


Ampthill








Amyand, Anna Maria (Lady)






120


Anne






120


Benjamin






120


Catherine






100, log, 118, 119, 121


Charles






120


Claudius






120


(Rev.) Daniel






120


(Sir) George






100, 109, 118, 119, 120, 121


Harriet M.






120


Isaac






120


John . .






120


Judith






120


Magdalen






120


Mary






120


Mary C.






120


Rachel M.






120


Audelet, Catherine






229


John . .






229


Andrews, Bishop






222


Angoulesme, d' A>Tner Taillefer (Count


of). '




5


Isabella






5


Jean (Count of)






5


Arragon, King of






13


Arthur, Prince of Wales






203


Arundel, Anne . .






102


Sir John






176


Richard (Earl of) . .






218


Sir Richard






172


Thomas (Lord)






102


Arundell, de, Arundell, Constance






184


Humphry






185


Sir J ohn






.. 184, 185


Maude






185


Arvennes, d', John






61


Ashton, Judith






120


Rev.






120


Assheton, Nichs.






185


Avesnes, d', John






19


Bailey, Mary






256


BaldwTO, Anne






135


Richard . .






134


Mrs.






135


Balliol, de, Alexander






61


Hugh






61



288 THE HOUSE OF CORNEWALL.



Banister, Emily
George
Bankes, Sir John
Bardolph, Isolda
Robert
Barneby, Bridget
Elizabeth
John . .
Su: John
Joyce
Katherina
Katherine
Mary
Ursula
William
Barre, Alesia

Elizabeth
Isabella
Joan
Sir John
Thomas . .
Sir Thomas
Barre, de la, Alice

Ank;iret
Edmund
Elizabeth
Hawise
Idonea
Isabella
Joan
Johanna
Sir J ohn
LawTence
Richard
Roger
Thomas
Sir Thomas
Walter
William
Barrell, Francis . .
Barrington, John
Barrowe, Jane . .
Elizabeth
Richard
Baskerville, Anne

Bridget
George
Jane
Joan
Johanna
Sur John
Ralph (Rafie) ..
Richard
Sir Richard
Robert
Sir Roger
Sibilla
Thomas
Walter
Su: Walter
Basse, John
Bassett, Elizabeth
Joan ..
Ralph (Lord)
Thomas
Baugh, Eleanor
Isabella



PAGE.




261




261




106




200




200




86




221


221, 222, 223,


228




86




228




228


86, 223, 225,


228


73, 86,


100




86




86




193


189, 191, 193,


196




193




193




194


'. . 1S9,


191


.. 48,


193




192




192




192


192, 195, 197,


202




192


.. 192.


194


192,


193




192




192


192, 194.


202




192




192




192




192




192




192




192




118




135




83




81


70,


83




131




78




78




78


'■'■ 76,


131




78


'.'. 78,


131


.. 76,


78




78




78




78




78




78




78




78




78




185




200




32




200




32




252




135



INDEX OF PERSONS.



289



Baugh, Mary

Rowland
Thomas
Bayley, Francis

Louisa Frances
Baynham, Alice

Sir Christopher
Beauchamp, Eleanor
Anne
Beatrice
Elizabeth
John (Lord)
Margaret
Richard (Earl of
Sir Richard
Thomas (Earl of
Beaufort, Anne

Edmund

John (Earl of Somerset)
John
Beaumont, Elizabeth (Lady)
Beaumont de, Henry
Bedford, George (Duke of)

John (Duke of)
Belesme, de, Mabel
Robert
William
BeUmap, Elizabeth

Caroline Augusta
John ..
Benson, Catherine

Edward
Bere, de la, Agnes
Johanna
Kynard
Richard
Sir Richard
Berenger I., King of Italy

IL, do.
Berkeley, Aime

Charles (Earl of)
Elizabeth
Eva . .
Henry
Isabel

James (Lord)
Hon. James
Sir James
Lionel Spencer
Margaret
Mary

Maurice (Lord)
Nicholas
Nicholas Lionel
Thomas (Lord)
Velters Comewall
Berkeley de, Alice

Elizabeth
Isabel

Maurice (Lord)
Thomas
Sir Thomas
Bemers, Elizabeth
Francis
Joane . .
John . .
Mary . .



Warwick)
Warwick)









PAGE








•• 133. 137








•• 133. 137








252








• ■ 118, 123








1x8, 123








215








215








219








131








59








131








59








131








176, 219








131








152, 162








219








219








172








218








107








61








62








170, 180








2








2








2








205








260








260








117








221








54, 69








192








192








192






54
I

IC


. 69. 70, 76,

205

206

132

no

132

132

no

■ 131, 132

132

30, 104, no

132

no

no, 132

0, 104, no

132

131

no

132

no

^3

37. 38, 39

37, 38, 39

37, 38, 39

83

164

164

164

164

164



290



THE HOUSE OF CORNEWALL.











PAGE.


Berners, William








164


Berrington, Ann








254


Anne








252


William








252


Bezant, Martha. .








73, 89


Bigod, Roger (Earl of Norfolk)








28


Blakett, or Blackett, Anne








78, 131


Sir John








78, 131


Blackburne, John








247


Mary








247


Blackrie, Elizabeth








133


Blencowe, Rev. C. E.








190


Rev. Canon








190


Blount (Blunte / Anne








189, 202


or Blunt) ( Eleanor (Elenor)








77, 81


Elizabeth








132


Humphry








68


Isabella . .








54. 68


John








77


Sir John . .








54. 68


Peter








189, 202


Blount, le, Anne








131


Margaret