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Great Whelnetham Parish Registers,

1561 to 1850.

Little Whelnetham Parish Registers,

1557 to 1850.

With historical and biographical notes, illustrations,
map and pedigrees.



SUFFOLK GREEN BOOKS.
No. XV.




.i



BURY ST. EDMUNDS:

PAUL & MATHEW, BUTTER MARKET

1910.

BTAH COUNTY GENEALOGICAL
^ ANQ tilSTORiCAL SOCIETY



BRJSHAM YOUNG UNiVERs/ry
i^...:^£RQyO. UTAH



CONTENTS.



]'reface



PART I.



Registers— Great Whelnetham
— Little Whelnetham

Monumental Inscriptions in Great Whelnetham Church
Tombstones in Great Whelnetham Churchyard ...
Monumental Inscriptions in Little Whelnetham C^hurch .
Tombstones in Little Whelnetham Churchyard ...
Notes in the Registers of Great Whelnetham ...
Notes in the Registers of Little Whelnetham ...
Whelnetham Tax Payers, 1327 — 1674 ...
Valuations and Returns, a.d. 1086, 1292, 1340, 1453, 1535, 160
Little Whelnetham Rate-book 1699 — 1768
Whelnetham Wills, 1343 — 1724
Feet of Fines, 1258 — 1498
Inquisitions post mortem, 13 12 — 1590 ...
Documents relating to the House of Crutched Friars,

1274—1540
Miscellaneous Documents 1281 — 1540 ...
Unattached de Whelnethams

More Whelnetham Wills (James and Jane Merest)
Document relating to Joan de Bures, a nun, 141 7
Statutes, 1285 — 1331. (Winchester and two others)



page

1—103

104—163

164, 165

166 — 191

192

193—203

204—207

208, 209

210 — 227

228 — 233

234—237
238 — 272
273—288
289 — 300

301—306
307, 308
308—314
315. 316
317,318
3^9, 320



CONTENTS.



PART II.

PAGE

Chapter I. The Manors and their lords ... ... 321—379

(i). The undivided Whelnetham : the abbot of Bury, the

earl of Mortain ... ... ••• 322

(2). Great Whelnetham : de Whelnetham family 324 — 341 : 324 — 364
Heirs of Sir John de Whelnetham, de Bures, Brokes-
borne, Raynsford, Waldegrave, Rookwood, 341 — 355 :
Drury 357, 358 : Jermyns and their heirs, 358 — 361 :
Postscripts 362 — 364

(3). Little Whelnetham : de Cayley 364 : de Weyland 365 — 364—379
369 : heirs of de Weyland, viz. Burghersh, le Despencer,
de Beauchamp 369 — 373 : Duke of York 370 : Audley
374 — 377 : Jermyns and heirs 377 — 379.

Chapter II. The Crutched Friars and the Chapel of St.

Thomas the Martyr ... ... ... 380 — 394

Chapter III. The Rectors ... ... ... ... 395 — 417

(i). Great Whelnetham 395 — 407. (2). Little Whelnetham
407 — 415. (3). Curates and stray Clergy 415 — 417.

Chapter IV. Great Whelnetham Hall and Advowson ... 418 — 423

Chapter V. Gipps Family ... ... ... ... 424 — 447

Miscellaneous Gippses 424 — 428. Gipps of Whelne-
tham 428 — 447. Sir Richard Gipps 431 — 438. John
Gipps the Nonjuror 441 — 443. Gipps pedigrees 445,
446.

Chapter VI. A Walk round the two parishes ... ... 448 — 496

Sicklesmere 448. Amerdown 450. The Waggon 451.
Little Whelnetham present rectory 451. Wash farm
452. Great Whelnetham church 453 — 459. Copdoes
459 — 466. Macro family 461 — 466. Macro pedigree
465. Nether hall 466. An old site 467. Brooke
green 468. Bell's hill 468. Great Whelnetham



CONTENTS.



PAGE



rectory 468. Great Whelnetham hall 469. Skipper's
farm 470. Oxley wood 470. Partridge family 471 —
473. Craske's cottage 473. Cock's green 473.
Cock's green farm 474. Ely family 475. Copy farm
475. Cock family 476. Manor farm 477. Little
Whelnetham church 478 — 485. Little Whelnetham
hall 485 — 494. Biddell family 487 — 493. Little
Whelnetham old rectory 494. A green lane 495.

Chapter VIL Roman Remains at Whelnetham ...

Chapter VIIL Great Whelnetham Manor Court Rolls

Chapter IX. Final Notes

The name, Whelnetham 510. Heraldry in Little Whelne-
tham church 512. Heraldry in the Manger Inn 516.
St. Thomas' Chapel 516. Sicklesmere 516. Aggas
lane 516. An old site 516. Bowes family 517.
Batteley and Merest families 518. Rev. Thomas Lord
519. Rev. John Pack 520. Population 520. Tablets
on Bury houses to Defoe and Sir Thomas Hanmer 521

No. 1. Index to Great Whelnetham Registers ...

No. 2. Index to Little Whelnetham Registers ...

No. 3. Index to Tombstone Inscriptions

No. 4. General Index

Corrections



497—504
505—509
5'o— 525



526-554
555—572

573—575
576—580

581






CONTENTS.



PEDIGREES.



DE Whelnetham (unattached, tentative) ...

DE Whelnetham ...

DE Brokesborne, Raynford and Waldegrave

Drury

Jermyn and heirs via Spring

Jermyn and heirs via Davers

DE Weyland, Despencer and Beauchamp

From Edward III to Sir John Audley

Folkes and Lord (see p. 520)

Boldero and Gipps (tentative)

Gipps OF Great Whelnetham

Macro of Whelnetham and Bury

Edward III to George, lord Bergavenny, by two routes



339



PAGE

3^1

356
356
358
361

379
373
373
406

445
446

465
5^5



SMALL ILLUSTRATIONS.



House of Crutched Friars

North side

South side

Chapel

South east

South side

South east
Ticket of admission to masque 1682
Gipps heraldic shield
Brokesborne heraldic shield
Raynford heraldic shield
DE Whelnetham heraldic shield
Stone now in porch of Great Whelnetham church
Girling heraldic shield



page
390
390
39^
392
393
394
431
447
447
447
454
456
484



CONTENTS.



ILLUSTRATIONS.



St. Thomas' Chapel

Sir Richard Gipps

Great Whelnetham Hall (North side)

The Waggon at Sicklesmere

Little Whelnetham Rectory

Wash Farm at Sicklesmere

Great Whelnetham Church (outside)

Great Whelnetham Church (inside)

COPDOES

Great Whelnetham Rectory

Great Whelnetham Hall (South side)

Cocks Green Farm

Little Whelnetham Church, showing the apse

Little Whelnetham Church

Little Whelnetham Hall



To face p. 381
To face p. 43 1
To face p. 419
To face p. 450
To face p. 451
To face p. 452
To face p. 453
To f^ice p. 455
To face p. 459
To face p. 468
To face p. 470
To face p. 474
To face p. 478
To face p. 481
To face p. 485



Map to illustrate the walk round the two parishes



To face p. 448



viii PREFACE.



PREFACE.



I HAVE divided this volume into two parts. Part I contains chiefly raw material.
(P. I to 320). Part II contains that raw material (with additions) cooked and
dished up in nine dishes. (P. 321 to 525.) Part I is the butcher's shop, Part II is
the dinner table spread. I provide for two hundred and fifty guests to sit down.
Judging from past experience I may expect twenty at the most.

In making out the history of any parish a very large part of the labour is
generally bestowed upon the lords of the manor, though as often as not they are
absentees, and the pursuit of them takes one away from the place rather than into it.
And by the time one has done with them one's patience is exhausted, the winter is
past, the summer calls one out, a sufficient number of pages have been filled, and so
the unfinished book is brought to a speedy end. This is not as it should be, and in
every parish there are many other things besides the succession of the lords of the
manor that call for more attention. I have followed the usual course in this volume
and not the right course.

The succession of the lords of the manor of the two Whelnethams has been made
out entirely from contemporary records, most of which are printed in Part I. In the
case of Great Whelnetham those lords were not absentees, or at any rate they were
not far off. I have made out their succession with more or less certainty r..id fulness
from the time of Edward I, when the de Whelnetham family was in possession, to
the time of Henry VIII, when that acquiring family, the Jermyns of Rushbrooke,
were at the height of their acquisitiveness, and were able to acquire to their hearts
content, so great was the quantity of land which the Reformation was then throwing
into the market. But there is a time between the de Whelnethams and the Jermyns,
between 1400 and 1500, during which I have somehow (without noticing it at the
time) left the lords of this manor in a nebulous state. You only see them as you see
the stars in the Milky Way, or as the still half blind man saw men like trees walking,
or as we see things through a glass darkly. There was an interesting family, interestimg



PREFACE. ix



for their failures, their misfortunes and their devotion to lost causes, rather than for
their successes, their prosperity and their worship of rising suns, the Rokewoods of
Stanningfield, who seem to have owned the manor then and of whom I have said little.
I can only hope that a forthcoming history of Stanningfield (not by me) will turn my
milky way into individual stars each one shining brightly, and will make the men look
like men and not like walking trees.

While the lords of the manor of Great Whelnetham keep one at home in the
neighbourhood of the place, the lords of Little Whelnetham on the other hand take
one right away till the Jermyn or Reformation period. From the time of Thomas de
Weyland, the unjust judge of the reign of Edward I, who though disgraced and
banished managed to hand down this possession to his son and through him to all
the great people ultimately descended from him, from that judge to the time of the
Jermyns (who of course acquired it) the list of lords is full of interest. But that
interest is general and not local. The chapters containing the details of them would
be chapters from the history of England and not from the history of a parish.

Lady Constance, daughter of Edmund Langley, duke of York, and granddaughter
of Edward III, does not quite come into the list of owners of the manor, but it is
curious how it goes all round her and clings to her connections and descendants.
(Pedigree, p. 373.) It would have been her husband's, but his head was taken off in
his mother's lifetime, whose inheritance it was. Then her brother, a royal duke, had
it till he fell at Agincourt. Then her daughter, a posthumous child, had it. Then
another kind of daughter had it, whose descendants kept it (in spite of confiscations
during the wars of the Roses) till the incoming and innings of those acquiring
Jermyns, who came in bat in hand to score notches where they could. I do not
know how much more is known of Lady Constance, but if not much more of bad is
known of her, due allowance should be made for her misfortunes and the difBculties
of her position, and the words "a woman of an evil reputation," which is the whole
account of her given in the D. N. B., strike one as harsh. If it said as much it should
have said more to justify it. I may set down here (from the D. N. B.) the date of
her death, having omitted to give it elsewhere, viz. 28 Nov., 14 16.

Of the small religious house in Whelnetham I have made out as much as I could
from contemporary documents. It is more than will be found anywhere else, which
is all that can be said for it. I should have liked to have made out who it was that
originated a chapel there to Thomas Becket and why.



PREFACE.



I have mentioned at p. 515 that the Ordnance Survey has turned Aggas lane into
Hawker's lane. One hopes that they will put it right again. Of course it is possible
that one of the two rectors named Aggas (p. 410 — 412) may have persuaded Lord
St. Albans or one of the Jermyns to grant this right of way through their park at
Rushbrooke, and so it was called Aggas lane. But I hesitate to suggest this for two
reasons : (i) because there is no particular reason for suggesting it : (2) because
there is a tendency to suppose that all rights of ways through parks have been
graciously granted and given by the owner of the park. It is nothing of the kind. In
most cases rights of ways through parks are older than the park. They were there
first and the park came afterwards and surrounded them. It would be as true to say
that the public gave the park as it is to say that the owner of the park gave the right
of way. All he did was not to take it away, and he did not always do that. It would
be as well if this fiction about the gracious gifts of the lords of manors were got rid
of. They have taken away from the public a great deal more than they have ever
given, and even now they are sometimes taking away or trying to.

I have to express my best thanks to the Rev. E. H. Sankey, rector of Great
Whelnetham, and to the Rev. R. Gibson, rector of Little Whelnetham, for allowing
me the use of the registers and for helping in every possible way. I hope I have
elsewhere expressed my thanks to others wherever they were due.

Manuscripts in London have been transcribed for me by Mr. Muskett and Mr.
A. Heintz ; those in East Anglia by Mr. Fred. Johnson of Norwich. The large
illustrations are mostly from photographs taken by Mr. Jarman of Bury St. Edmunds.
That of Copdoes is from a photograph by Mr. Fred Watson of Bury St. Edmunds.

The map drawn by Col. C. R. W. Hervey, and engraved by Messrs Sparks &
Co. of Bury St. Edmunds, is intended to illustrate the walk taken in Chapter VI and
to show us where we are as we go along. It is based on Bryant's large Map of Suffolk,
1826. But that map has placed Hawstead Green quite wrongly, and so we altered it.
I may mention that Lenny's Map of Ten miles round Bury, 1823, is quite wrong in
some respects. Great Whelnetham Hall is placed at Copdoes, and Copdoes (wrongly
called Copdock) is placed in or near Hawstead.

Bury St. Edmunds., S. H. A. H.

August igio.



GREAT WHELNETHAM PARISH

REGISTERS.



BAPTISMS.



I56I.


Aug.


17-


1562.


Aprill


14.




Aprill


30-




June


27.


^5(^3-


Julye


5-




Julye


31-




Aug.


7-




Aug.


20.




Sept.


18.


1564-


Oct.


I.


1565-


Maya


27.




June


29.




March


10.


1566.


Maye


4-




Julye


7-




Feb.


23-




Marche


23-


1567-


Sept.


2 .




Sept.


2.




Nov.


2.




Feb.


8.



Robart sonne of Rychard Taylor.
Robart sonne of John Pilhorowe.
William sonne of Thomas Makroe.
John sonne of John Addams.
Mathewe sonne of Mathewe Sorrier.
Elizabeth dau. of W^illiam Manninge.
Ellen dau. of Nicholas Inholde.
Thomas sonne of Robert Taylor.
Joane dau. of John Kinge.
Thomas sonne of Thomas Makroe.
Roger sonne of William Manninge.
Elizabeth dau. of John Addams.
Robert sonne of Robert Tyler.
Rose dau. of Nicholas Inholde.
Thomas sonne of Thomas Inholde.
Anne dau. of \V^illiam Manninge.
John sonne of Robert Nunne.
Grizel dau. of William Fizzye.
Thomas sonne of Roger W'arde.
Ralphe sonne of Thomas Makroe.
Alice dau. of John Addams.



GREAT WIIELNETHAM REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS.



1568.


Sept.


5-




Aug.


6.




Sept.


21.




Feb.


24.


1569.


Aprill


20.




Maye


8.




Jan.


29.


1570-


Dec.


3-




Marche


II.


1571-


Aprill


22.




Apnll


22.




Nov.


I.


1572.


Julye


21.




Aprill


30-




Sept.


7-




Nov.


16.


1573-


Marche


I.




Aprill


12.


I574-


Julye


18.




Sept.


2Z-




Feb.


7-


1575-


Marche


25-




Aprill


24.




Maye


I.




June


20.




Aug.


28




Jan.


22.




Marche


I T.


1576.


Oct.


7-


1577-


Aug.


22.




Sept.


I.




Sept.


22.




Nov.


12.




Nov.


14.




Dec.


27.



Clement sonne of Thomas Inholde.
Ellen dau. of Robert Nunne.
John Sonne of Robert Tyler.
John Sonne of William Manninge.
John Sonne of Robert Hammonde.
Susan dau. of William Turle.
Annes dau. of Thomas Addams.
Henrye sonne of Robert Nunne.
Elizabeth dau. of Robert Tyler.
Grace dau. of Robert Hanmiond.
Robert sonne of William Turle.
Robert sonne of Thomas Inholde.
John sonne of Thomas Addams.
William sonne of William Manninge.
Edward sonne of Thomas Makroe.
Elizabeth dau of Thomas Kinge.
John sonne of Raphe Manninge.
John sonne of ^Villiam Turle.
Margarett dau. of Thomas Nayler.
Robart sonne of Thomas Addams.
Robart sonne of Raynold Hammond.
John sonne of Thomas Kinge.
Thomas sonne of Robart Hammond.
Thomas sonne of William Manninge.
Roger sonne of Roger Manninge.
I'homas sonne of Thomas Makroe.
'I'homas sonne of William Turle.
Amye dau. of Thomas Saunder.
Dorothye dau. of Thomas Nayler.
Rafe sonne of Rafe Manninge.
George sonne of Gyles Clarke.
Libbeus sonne of Libbeus Barwicke.
Marye dau. of William Manninge.
Thomas sonne of Robarte Hammond.
John Sonne of Thomas Griggs.



GREAT WHELNETHAM REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS.



3



Thomas sonne of Thomas Kinge.

Marye dau. of William Turle.

Susan dau. of Thomas Makroe.

Benjamin & Christian, twinnes, sonne & dau. of Libbeus

Barwicke.
Prudence dau. of John Pattriche.
Robart sonne of Raphe Manninge.
John sonne of Thomas Saunder.
Thomas sonne of Rychard Neweman.
Rose dau. of ^V'illiam Manninge.
Anne dau. of Thomas Rolfe.
Marrion dau. of William Turle.
Rychard sonne of Thomas Kinge.
Sara dau. of Libbeus Barwicke.
Anthonye sonne of Thomas Makroe.
Robart sonne of Thomas Saunder.
Anne dau. of Raphe Manninge.
John sonne of John Pattriche.
Raphe son of Thomas Kinge.
James sonne of Libbeus Barwicke.
Bridgett dau. of William Turle.
Barbara dau. of Libbeus Barwicke.
Dorothye dau. of John Pattriche.
John sonne of John Addams.
Dorothye dau. of Roger Manninge.
Jeremye sonne of Thomas Kmge.
Alice dau. of William Manninge.
Thomas sonne of Thomas Addams.
Rychard sonne of John Addams.
Elizabeth dau. of John Pattriche.
William sonne of Robart Addams.
Marye dau. of William Clarke.
Marye dau. of Thomas Kinge.
Thomas sonne of John Pattriche.
Susan dau. of John Addams.



1577-


Feb.


9-


1578.


Maye


25-




Oct.


12.


1579-


Feb.


15-




Marche


18.


1580.


Dec.


13-




Jan.


I.




ApriU


4-




Aprill


10.




Julye


3-




Jan.


15-




Marche


26.




March


28.


1581.


Oct.


22.


1582.


Marche


26.




Maye


6.




Maye


13-




Maye


20.




Sept.


2.


1583-


Aprill


I.


1584.


Aug.


23-




Oct.


II.


1585-


March


I.




June


20.




Oct.


13-


1586.


Julye


3°-




Nov.


25-




Dec.


26.




Jan.


8.


1588.


Dec.


I.




Dec.


I.




Dec.


8.




Feb.


9-


1589.


Aug.


17-



4

.589.
I590.
1591-

1592.
1593-

1594-

1595-
1596.
1597-
1598.



GREAT WHELNETHAM REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS.



^599-



Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Maye

J ulye

Feb.



5-
24

23-
ult.
18.
15-
3-
17-
16.



Oct.

Feb.

Sept.

Feb.

Julye

Aug.

Oct.

Oct.

Julye

Oct. 10

Marche 25

Julye 8

Marche 24

June 16

Aug.

Jan.

Feb.

Aprill

June

Feb.

Aug.

Nov.

Feb.

Maye

Oct.

Jan.

Aprill

Aprill



4-
12.
12.



29.
28.

6.

8.



25-

3-

28.
26.
6.
22.
10.



Ann dau. of William Taylor.

Marye dau. of Robart Hynes.

Elizabeth dau. of Rychard Stafford.

Rose dau. of William Clarke.

John Sonne cf Thomas Addams.

Marye dau. of John Addams.

Luke Sonne of Thomas Kinge.

Robart sonne of John Pattriche.

Rychard sonne of \Mlliam Taylor.

Samuell son of Edmond Inhold.

Jeremye sonne of Rychard .Stafford.

Robart sonne of Thomas ^Vifif^n.

Henrye sonne of John Pattriche.

Marye dau of Edmond Inholde.

Elizabeth dau. of John Addams.

Susan dau. of Rychard Stafford.

Raphe sonne of Raphe Makroe.

Anne dau. of Bennett Scott.

John sonne of John Mawldin.

John sonne of Edmond Inholde.

John sonne of Edmonde Cozen.

Alice dau. of John Addams.

Rychard sonne of Rychard Stafford.

Marye dau. of John Maul din.

Robart sonne of Bennet Scott.

Susan dau. of John Pattriche.

Marye dau. of Robert Tyler.

lilisabeth Kinge bastard dau. of Thomas Kinge jun. &

of Margaret Smyth.
Grace dau. of John Addams.
Marye dau. of Robart [sic] Scott.
George sonne of Thomas Creeme.
Marye dau. of John Addams sen.
Elizabeth dau. of Rychard Stafford.
William sonne of Bennet Scott.



GREAT WHELNETHAM REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS.



Susan dau. of Edmond Hewett.
Elizabeth dau. of John Mawldin.
Bridgett dau. of John Pattriche.
Margarett dau. of George Seniman.

John Sonne of Shillinge.

Robarte sonne of Rychard Stafforde.

Fraunces sonne of Robart Tyler.

Robart & Annable, twynnes, sonne <S: dau. of John Addams.

Rychard sonne of Bennet Scott.

Susann dau. of Thomas Clarke of Pakenham.

Amye dau. of Henrye Lakers.

John sonne of John Ladyeman.

Thoniassin dau. of John Pattriche.

^^'illiam sonne of Rychard Stafford.

William sonne of Robart Tjler.

John sonne of John Howe.

Bridgett dau. of Robart Spark e.

James sonne of Bennet Scott.

Anne dau. of John Ladyeman.

Anne dau. of Rychard Stafford.

George sonne of John Howe.

Anne bastard dau. of ^^'illiam White & Ester Hall.

Anne dau. of Thomas Hall.

Robarte sonne of William Barnard.

John son of Steven Burrowe of Burye St Edmond.

James sonne of Rychard Stafford.

Marye dau. of Bennet Scott.

Edmond sonne of Edmund Sylvester.

Alice dau. of John Ladyeman.

Katherin dau. of Robart Bryan.

Ursula dau. of Henrye Lakers.

.Vnne dau. of John Howe.

Margaret dau. of Rychard Stafford.

Samuell sonne of Thomas Hall.

Marye dau. of Robart Nunne.



1599-


Feb.


10.




Marche


16.


1600.


Maye


I.




Aug.


24.




Oct.


5-


1 60 1.


Aprill


26.




Maye


24.




Oct.


14.




Feb.


7-




Feb.


18.


1602.


Aprill


1 1.




Aprill


22.




Feb.


13-


1603.


Aprill


26.




Julye


17-




Oct.


2.




Jan.


I.




Jan.


^5-




Jan.


15-


1604.


Julye


4-




Marche


9-


1605.


Julye


10.




Sept.


22.




Jan.


I.




Jan.


5-




Jan.


5-




Jan.


12.


1606.


Marche


30-




June


5-




Jan.


29.




Feb.


22.




Marche


5-


1607.


Oct.


15'


1608.


Aprill


17-




Julye


31-



GREAT WHELNETHAM REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS.



1608. Aug. 18. ^Villianl Sonne of John Price.

Sept. 25. William sonne of Robart Rowge.

Jan. 18. Robart sonne of Humffrye Steward.

] 609. Aug. 24. Abigaile dau. of Rychard Stafford.

Jan. 14. Benjamin sonne of Edward Leache.

Jan. 16. John sonne of John Hammond.

1 6 10. Sept. 4. Robarte sonne of John Addams.
Sept. 23. Rychard sonne of Thomas Hall.
Sept. 30. Marye dau. of Rafe Kinge.
Oct. 28. Elizabeth dau. of Robart Nunne.
March John bastard sonne of Marye Kinge.

161 1. June 18. George sonne of William Cocke.
June 23. Barbara dau. of Robart Inhold.
Sept. 25. Robart sonne of John Hammond.
Dec. 8. Rachel! dau. of Henrye Lakers.

1 61 2. Maye 12. J^Mward sonne of Edward Leach.
Nov. 15. Margaret dau. of Thomas Hall.
Feb. II. ^\'illiam sonne of John Hammond.

1 61 3. Aprill 13. A\'illiam Sonne of AMlliam Cocke.
Julye. 28. Anne dau. of Anthonye Goodriche.
Sept. 5. Elisabeth dau. of John Howe.
Sept. 12. James sonne of Rychard Stafford.
Dec. 28. Rachell dau. of John Addams.

1 614. Oct. 9. John sonne of Rafe Kinge.
Dec. 27. Thomas sonne of ^Villiam Cocke.

161 5. Marche 30. 'i'homas sonne of John Hammond.
Aprill 10. Elizabeth dau. of William Linge.
Aprill 10. Urselye dau. of John Steward.
Maye 30. John sonne of Edward Leach.

1 6 16. Marche 28. Rafe sonne of Robarte Addams.
Aprill 18. Elizabeth dau. of John Addams.
Julye 18. Jt)hn sonne of William Cocke.
Aug. 1 1 . Thomas sonne of Thomas Hall.
Oct. 8. Anne dau. of Robart [sic] Tillot.

1617. Aprill 30. Rafe sonne of Rafe Kinge.



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8.


Aug.


15-


Nov.


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Marc he


15-


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19.


Maye


19.


Maye


26.


Maye


31-


June


2.


June


28.


Oct.


6.


Nov.


22.


Dec.


17-


Maye


28.


Feb.


13-


March


'6.


Aprill


17-


Aprill


30-


May


7-


May


28.


June


I.


J une


18.


Sept.


17-


Dec.


13-


Aprill


2.


Sept.


16.


Sept.


18.


Oct.


18.


March


5-


June


4-


June


26.


July


3-


Oct.


3°-


Dec.


4-


Dec.


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Roger Sonne of Roger Tillett.

^^'illiam sonne of Edward Eeache.

George & Gyles, twinnes, sonnes of John Hammond.

^\'illlam sonne of Thomas Goldston.

Nathan somie of Gabriell Catchpoll.

John Sonne of George Scott.

Robart sonne of Robart Churche.

Anne dau. of John Mawldin.

Anne dau. of Robart Addams.

James sonne of William Cocke.

Alice dau. of Roger Tillott.

Marye dau. of Thomas Moore.

John sonne of John Addams.



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