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©isitation of I^ontion,



ANNO DOMINI 1633, 1634, AND 1635.



MADE BY

SR HENRY ST GEORGE, Rt

AND DEPUTY AND MARSHAL TO

SR RICHARD ST GEORGE, Rt



VOLUME I.



EDITED BY

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWAED, LL.D., E.S.A.,

AND

JOSEPH LEMUEL CHESTER, LL.D.



LONDON

1880.



PREFACE.



It is scarcely necessary to remind the Members of the Harleian Society,
or indeed any one familiar with this class of records, of the peculiar
value and importance of the Pedigrees entered by the Heralds during
their Visitation of Loudon in 1634. Not only are they numerically
greater than those of any county in the Kingdom, but they include many
of families from almost every quarter of Great Britain, the younger sons
of which were then engaged in various trades and professions in the
metropolis. Besides these there are a considerable number relating to
Continental families, members of which had become naturalized British
subjects, whose descendants have in many instances figured prominently
and worthily in British history. So far as the national genealogy is
concerned, we could better have spared half a dozen of the other Heraldic
Visitations than this particular one, which, to a certain extent, compre-
hends them all.

Such being the case, it was deemed proper to produce this
Visitation in a more elaborate form than usual, and illustrate the
pedigrees with the armorial bearings of the various families, instead of
merely blazoning them. All the arms tricked in the original Visitation
have been engraved, and these have been supplemented by others in the
copy among the Harleian MSS., and others still from the volume of
Camden's Grants, and from other trustworthy sources, which are care-
fully indicated. When no coat is given, it may be understood that no
sufficiently authoritative one has been found. A very considerable
portion of the large expense which these illustrations entailed has



VI PUEFACE.

been met by voluntary contributions from various Members of tlie
Society, and from a number of the City Companies, so that the demand
upon the Society's treasury has been greatly reduced.

It was at first intended to annotate the Pedigrees extensively,
from Wills, extracts from Parish Eegisters, Monumental Inscriptions, ^
etc., in the private collections of the Editors, but it was found that the
publication would then extend over a long series of years, as each volume
could contain only a very limited number of Pedigrees. It was then
resolved to produce the Visitation pure and simple, that the Members
of the Society might have it sooner complete in their hands, and relegate
the annotations to separate and distinct volumes, to be issued hereafter
as occasion serves.

In now presenting the first volume, the Editors feel that some
explanation of the long delay since the publication was originally
announced is necessary. The fault has not been theirs, nor that of the
Society's printers. The large number of the engravings naturally
required a considerable time for their production, and it was deemed
important, in order to uniformity, that they should, so far as possible, be
executed by the same hand — that of the best arms' engraver in England,
who, unfortunately, has been prevented, by frequent and protracted
illness, from completing the work within the period contemplated. It is
believed that the delicate beauty and distinctness of the engravings will,
in a great measure, compensate for the delay which has been unavoidable.

The second volume is in progress, and the Members of the Society
may confidently rely upon receiving it as the volume for the year 1882.

The Index accompanying the present volume may be regarded as
for temporary convenience only, as the final volume will contain a
complete one for the whole work.

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWAED.

JOSEPH LEMUEL CHESTEE.

London,
30th December, 1880.



®^e '^t^ttattun of aontiun,

1633-4.



^Ijtels.




Doungate Ward.



Nicholas Abeells of Rouselaer=
in Flanders Farrier to the
Emperor of Germany



1 Stephen 2 John Abeeles William Abeels=pMary da. of



Abeele



A



of Rouselaer



Wolfe



Nicholas Abeels=pNicholls da. of William Abeels of



of London
marchant 1634



Henry Coetsuelt London 1G34
of Frizeland



Nicholas Abeels 2 William 3 Lodowick 4 Charles Mary
eldest son and heir

NICHOLAS ABEELS.



VOL. I.



B



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



aijeU.



The seavenih day of May.



Queenhithe.




[^The arms, " Argent, on a saltire azure niJie Jlenrs-de-lis or," were erased in the original
Visitation, and the note snh-n-ritten, " These artns not 2}roved.'' A suhscqiient hand has added at
the side of the tricking, " The armes of Ab.ll are justified <5' are to he entred." Again, under
the first note is written, '• nor may be entred without lyroofe." This latter note (as that at the
side) remains unerased ; but tlie ])en has been drawn throiigh tlie note under tlie shield,']



William Abell of Oundell=
in com. Northampton



Thomas Abell of Oundell=pSuzanna da. of Thomas
in com. Northampton Barker of Peterborough



WiUiam Abell of London^
Alderman s deputy for the
ward of Queenhithe Anno
1634



-Isabell da. of Thomas
Laundiss of Beverly
in com. Yorke



William Abell
son and heire



Richard 1 Suzanna uxor Henry 2 Mary 2^
Abell ffeild of Chancery daughter

Lane Apotticary



WILU31 ABELL.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



a



ahrai)all



Tower Ward.





Nicholas Abrahall of . .
com. Hereford



Thomas Abrahall o^Denis daur. of



London Skinner a°
1633



Kerfeild



1 Thomas 2 William 3 Abraham 4 Mary 5 Diones 6 Anne 7 Helena
Abrahall

THOMAS ABRAHALL.



Resp. the Armes to Hampsh. & Wilts.

Roger Allen of Alverstoke=r Anne da. of .
in CO. Southampton Chandler of



John Allen of Alverstoke in=f=Thomasin da. of Thomas



com. Southampton



ffudg of London



1 John Allen 2 Thomas 3 Philip 1 Thomasin

eldest Sonne

JOHN ALLEN.



THE -VISITATION OF LONDON.



^tton.



Faringdon Within.



\^The arms are oyiore fully
and correctly represented in
Grants I. 430, with tJds sub-
scr'qjtion, " The jh-mes of right
iclonging to the aimcient family
of the Actons of Acton Hall
in the County of Worcester of
W'' family John Actoti Esq. his
3Iaf'" goldsmith isthe heire male
as aiJpeareth hy the Boolie of
Visitation made anno 1634, fo.
456."

John Borough,
Garter Principal
Xing of Armes.

The motto " Valiance advanc-
eth" is also given in Grants
I. 430.]




"William Acton younger=f=
son of William Acton of
Acton in com. Worcester



Francis Acton=
son of William
he dwelt at
Elmley Lovet
com. Worces-
ter



■Elizabeth
da. of . . .
Dudmason
[_Dudmas-
ton, Harl.
1566, fo.
157.]



John Thomas=

Acton Acton

of of

Elmley Elmley

died Lovet
yong



-Jane da.

of

Richard

Puller of

Elmeley

Lovet



Charles Acton of
Elmley eldest son
died without issue



John Acton of London, goldsmith to his Ma^'^^Blandina da. of
liveing a° 1634 brother and heire of Charles JohnPenuenof
married for his first wife Emme da. of Richard Badgeworth co.
Turner of Tarvin in Cheshire. 1 wife Somerset.



John Acton — Mary da.


of Elizabeth wife to


2 Thomas


Blandina wife Jane


eldest son


M"- Elmer


Richard Borow-


Acton


of Reinold —


and heire


in Essex


ston of Ribbes-


2 son


Forster of Mart


apparent




ford CO. Worcester





Watling Streete


(goldsmith)






3 Edward
Acton


CO. Sallop
gent.


William Acton


John Elizabeth




eldest so


n









JOHN ACTON.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^trams.




Bridge Within.



The Annes and Creast graunted ly William Camden Clarenceitx.



Thomas Adams of Wem in=y=Margaret da. of John Erpe



com. Salop, a yonger son



of Shrouesbury co. Salop



Thomas Adams of London=f=Aniie da. of Humfry
Draper now living 1633 i Mapted of Printon
\_and Alderman of the same ' in Essex.
City and noio Mayor a" I
1646 HarlMSS. 1444;?. 2.]



Thomas Adams 2 Eichard 1 Margaret 2 Anne 3 Elizabeth
eldest Sonne



THOMAS ADAMS.



6



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



anarns.




»i^?f«!^S^M



Colmcmstreete Ward.




Roger Adam8=pAlice da. of



son of John



Robert Geldon



1 Richard Adams=FKatherine da. of



of London, grocer
a° 1634



Henrj Tremlet



2 Lawrence
Adams



John Abell
s. p. s. p.



Elizabeth Ann Mary wife to Jacob
s. p. s. p. Blome of London



{No signature.)



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



anUis.



Bridqe Ward Within.




The Armes respit. till the next tear me & hr ought in according e to the tyme.



John Adys of Kingsland^
in com. Ifereford



William _Adys of Norton^ Jone da. of Edward

Jones of Radnor in
com. Hereford.



in com. Hereford



William Adys of London,=f=Anne da. of Henry
^' ' Owensteed of Sellsdone

1633 in com. Surrey



William Adys 1 Anne 2 Mary 3 Elizabeth 4 ffirancis
eldest Sonne



WILLIAM ADDIS.



8



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^Ilrerseg.



Langhorne.




[In 1597, SirWilliam BetMcTi granted arms and crest to Lawrence, son of Tliomas AJdersey
of Cheshire, ivhich Lawrence was a second consin of John AJdersey of Alder sey, and of a younger
Iranch, which accounts for the introdvction (fa crescent in Lawrence Alderscy's shield. In this
grant the cinqucfoils are pierced and GOLD. In the London Visitation they are triclted UN-
pierced and argent. In the Aldersey impalement to the funeral certificate of Lord Coventry
they are GOLD and UNPIERCED. The Crest is, Issuing from a i)lume of six feathers or a demi-
griffin segreant gules iealicd and legged gold. This crest is not tricked in the Original Visitation
of London.']



John Aldersey of=pAiine da. of M'" Low sister to



Aldersey co. Cestr.



Sir Thomas Low Knt. Alder-
man of London.



Mary !«* wife
to Thomas

Westrow
Alderman of
London 2"^
to Sir Norton
Knatchbull
Kt. of Kent



Samuel Aldersey=
of London mar-
chant (Haber-
dasher) ob. a°
1633



=Mary da. of Elizabeth wife to

Philip Van Thomas Baron

Oyrle of Coventry Lord

Nornbergh Keeper of the

& Anwerp great seale
1 wife



Dorothy 1*' wife
to Thomas Hos-
kins Knt.
2°*^ to Sir Henry
Caple of Had-
ham Knight



John Aldersey Mary wife Anne wife Ehzabeth wife to

of London, to Robert to Robert Thomas Lee of

marchant 1633 Crane of Eyre of Dornhall co.

London Salisbury Chester.



Margaret



JOHN ALDERSEY.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^lepn.




\_These arms wm-& exemplified to Giles Aleyn of Hayesleigh ly Cooke Clarenceaux
31 Elisabeth 1589.]

Aleyn=Y=



Sir John Aleyn K^ twice 3 Christopher Aleyn of=F
Maior of London & a London sometime
Priuie Counsellor to Hen. fined for not holding
8, free of the Mercers the office of Alderman

s. p. of y^ same Citty



2 John Aleyn Auncestor
to S'' Edward Aleyn of
Hatfeild Peuerell com.
Essex Baronet



Rafe Aleyn of=pJoane da. of



London gent.
& a marchant



Sayer
of London



Giles Aleyn of=Elizabeth da. of
London Gold- WiUiam Thatcher
smith, living nigh Windesore
a° 1634



Giles Aleyn
son & heire
apparent



Elizabeth



GILES ALEYN.



VOL. r.







10



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



[^This coat does not occur
in the original Visitation,
hut has been supplied from
Harl. MS. No. 1358,/oZ. 56.]



aiep.




Vide the Booke of Essex for Alleyn of Hatfeild Peverill



Thomas Allen of Hatfeild=pMary da. of ffarclo * of
Peverell in co. Essex Weston in co. Hertford



Jone wife to 1 Giles Alleyn 2 William Alleyn=pElizabeth da. of
eldest Sonne of London William Cumpton

/K 2 son A° 1634 of London



John Staple
of Hatfeild
Peuerell in
CO. Essex



John Alleyn Thomas Alleyn William Alleyn
eldest sonn 2 sonn 3 sonn



3 Eichard Alleyn 1 Vrsula wife to Lawrence
3 sonn ' Mathew of Harlington

A CO. Bedford

A



WM. ALETN.



* See Fairclough pedigree.



THE VISITATION OP LONDON.



11



aifoilr.



Cordwayner.




Thomas AUford of the Cittie=i= Alice da. of ... . Phelps
of Coventry gent. in com. Glouc.



John Allford=pJudith da. 3 Mary wife Thomas



of London
mercer now
living 1634



of Edward of Benja- AUford of
Claxton of min Far- Emanuel
London mer College in

Cambridge



Edward Allford 2 years old 1634



1 Johanna uxor 2 Anne wife 4 Sara ux. 6 Hope
Edward Far- to Benjamin Jo. Need-
mer of Atter- Wheate ham

ton in com.
Leicester

JNO. ALFORD.



The Armes respt^.
Alcock of Kent=F



Toicer Ward.



1 Robert=f=
Alcock I
As



Stephen Alcock of Knoteshall=f=
com. Suffolke



3 Stephen Alcock^Agnes da. of William 2 Thomas



of Knoteshall



Reue of Kelsall com.
Suff.



s. p.



Stephen Alcock of London=pMargaret da. of John
gent a° 1633



Duling of Rochester



I I I

1 Stephen 2 John 3 Alan Robert Ehzabeth Anne

Alcock B. p. s. p.

STEPHEN ALCOCKE.



12



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



ailansott.



ffarrmgdon Without.




1 and 4. Allanson. 2 and 3. Wae-
COP, wqjaling Dalby.

Vnder the hand and seale of
Will Camden Clarenceux.

HTNC VT ANTEA.



Christopher AUanson=pJane da. and heire



in the County Palatine
of Duresme



of Sir George Wal-
cope



Edward Allanson of=pJone da. of John



Auby in com. Yorke



Buckborrow of
Huby in com. Yorke



1 Anthony=pBarbara 2 John AllanBon=pJone



Allanson
of Huby
1 son



da. of
Peter

Moses



in CO. Essex
2 son



da. of

Wm.

Kinge



Isabel Allanson 1 Edward 3 Eichard Elizabeth
2 John 4 Isack



3 Richard Allanson=pSarah a stranger
of London 3 sonne



Christopher Allanson 1 Jone 2 Judith
son & heir



Christopher Allanson=f=Mary da. of George Dalby of
of London 4 son Overton in com. Yorke



Xpofer Allanson
son & heir



2 Arthur 3 Edmond



Mary wife


2 Elizabeth wife


3 Francis wife to


4 Anne


5 Suzan


to Hugh


to Richard


William Picton


Allan-




Windham


Hethersall


of London


son


6 Isabell


of London


of London






7 Katherine



MARY ALLANSON.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



13



ailanson.



Faringdon Within.




Enter this descent and
Armes in the Visitacon
of Middx.



L'res Pattentes exemplified by Sir Jo. Borough K' Garter
principall King of Armes to John Allanson of Norwood
in CO. Middx. gent. dat. Jan. A° 9 Car. Regis.

Robert Allanson of Nombarneholme in com. Yorke=r



Rog


er Allanson of London-r-Ellen da. of ... . Hubald




gent.




of Bridgenorth




John Allanson-j-Katherin


Suzan wife of


Ann wife to ... .


■ 1
Francess


of Norwood in


daughter of Christopher


Bowdon.


wife to


CO. Middlesex


Edmund


Staple.




. . . Heron


gent, living


Philipps of




Elizabeth wife to


of London


1634


London


Margaret wife
to Thomas
Hutchinson


.... Johnson of
Walthamstow in

Essex




2 E


dward 4


George John Allanson 1 Mary






— of the Middle —




3 Henry 5


Thomas Temple gent. 2 Elizabeth






3 Katherine








JOHN ALLANSON.



14



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^Icotfe.




William AUcock of CheBter=i=Elizabeth iiaturall da. and co-



living 31 H. YIII.



heir of Henry Gee of Chester



Thomas Allcock of the Cittye=T=Elizabeth da. of Richard
of Chester died 1581 Rawson of Pontefrack



William Allcock one of the=T=Katherine da. of Godfry Elizabeth wife to
Councell of the Cittye of Slaberd of Flanders mar- Randall Holmes
Chester died 1606 2^ sonne chant of Chester



Thomas Allcock of the City o{^=Ellen da. of Thomas Tyler of



London living 1634. Haber
dasher



London, Haberdasher who
fined for Sheriff of London



Charles sonne & heire 2 William
12 years old, 1634



1 Judith 3 Abigail

2 Hester 4 Elizabeth



THOMAS ALLCOCK.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



15



^Imerp.



Colmanstreete Ward.




George Almery of SpilBby=p. . . . da. of . . , Wold



in com. Line. gent, a
yonger son



sister to Sir John Wold
Knt.



Nicholas Almery of Spillesby=j=Dorothy da. of George
and of Cunesby in com. Downes of Nuneaton

Line, living 1634 in com. Leic. descended

out of Cheshire



George Almery, borne at=pMary da. of Richard
Spillesby now of London Glouer of London
gent, living 1634



2 Nicholas 1 John Almery Mary
eldest son
living 1634



D or they



G. ALMERY.



Alport



Cheapward.




William Alport of Bloxwich co. Staff.-



John Alport of Canok=pEllen da. of Richard Francis
in com. Stafford of Bloxwich com. Stafford



Richard Alport of London=f= Alice da. of John Wade
skinner A° 1 634 of the North



1 Richard Alport 2 John Rebecca Alice
eldest son — —

Elizabeth Olive

RICHARD ALPORT.



16



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.




Alston.



Billingsgate.



Thomas Allston of=p. ... da. of ... . Hampstede



Newton in Suffolke



nigh Brayntree com. Essex



Edward Allston of=j=Margaret da. of Arthur Penning



Edwardston in the
County of Suffolke



of Ketleborough co. SuflFolk.



Edward Allston of London=j=Susan da. of Christoper



Doctor of Phisick now liv-
ing 1633.



Hudson of Norridge



Mary eldest da.
7 years old



2 Sarah



ED. ALSTON.



Bridge Within.

The Armes respited till the next Terme.

Robert Andrews o^Margaret da. of ... . Hale neere
ffelltham co. Middx. Oxbridge in Middx.



Thomas Andrews of London=j=Elinor da. of Henry Bonwick



now living 1633



of Horley co. Surrey



Thomas 2 John 3 Samuell 4 Nathaniell 1 Elliner

eldest

Sonne

THOMAS ANDREWES.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



17



^ntiretoe.




Queenhithe Ward.



Resp. for further proofe.
See the Armes in the 'Vtsitat. of Wore: a" 1634 (C 30 /o. 49*).

Thomas Andrew=j=Edye Cowdall



of Rediche



Arms. — Gules a chevron bet. 3 bucks'
heads caboshed argent



1 Robert William Andrew=j=Margaret daiir. Elizabeth Ellianor

— of Evesham.

2 William



Phillip.



& heire of — —

Phillip Tully Katherin Sibell

Anne



2 Philip 4 Edward William Andrew of Euesham=pMary da. of William



eldest son



3 Russell 5 Thomas



Phinees of Coventree.



gent.



3 Jonatiian 5 James 1 Daniel Andrew

— eldest son

4 Phinees



2 Nathn Andrew 2^'^Mary Feltwell
son of London mar-
chant Taylor



Daniell Andrew Nathan



Mary
NATHAN ANDREWES.



VOL. I.



18



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^ngell



Colmanstreete Wm^d.




. . Angell=



I John 2 Thomas Angell=pAnne da. of 3 William Angell of London Serieant



Angell of Pecarke in com.
^ Northampton



Sansum of of the Catery to King James and
King Charles deceased



1 Thomas Angell William Angell of=rElizabeth da. and coheir of

Doctor Philemon Holland
of Coventry-



eldest son



London merchant
A° 1634 2 Sonne



Philemon Angell 2 William 3 Henry 4 Thomas Elizabeth
eldest Sonne



f WILLIAM ANGELL.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



19



^ngell



Vintry Ward.




Eobert Angell of Pecark in co.=f=
North' pt. He was a Captaine
in the time of Henry 7



Thomas Angell of =T=Anne da. of Harby of
Pecarke Glinton



Rebecca da, and=pRobert Angell~Elizabeth da. of 2 Thomas



coheire of Wil-
liam Smith of
the countie of
Oxford 1 wife



of London
merchant
6 Sonne



Robert Arnold
of Benson in
CO. Oxon.



Angell of
London
Esq. 3
sonne=p



3 William
Angell
of London
Esq.



/\



Elizabeth uxor Rich.
Grenows of London
march*



Robert Angell of=
London merchant
living 1634



=Susan da. of Robert
Bateman, Chamberlein
of London



John Angell



Ann



Elizabeth only child 4 years old 1634

y ROBTE ANGELL.



20



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



aittflelU



*




Quarterly — 1 and 4. Angell. 2 and 3. Smith.
The Arras & fee resp* untill after Whitsun hollydayes.

Thomas Angell of Pecarck=pAnn da. of Harby



com. Northampton



of Glinton



William
Angell of
London
esq. eldest
son



Rebecca da. of=Robert Angell=
Wm. Smith of of London



com. Oxon
heir to her
brothers
1 wife



2 Sonne



Robert Angell=j=Susan da. of Robert
of London Batman Chamblin

1634 of London Esq.



= Elizabeth da. of Robert
Ai-nold of Benson com.
Oxon. widd. of Edm.
Joyne of Newbery
2 wife



8 Thomas
Angell of
London



Elizabeth ux.
Rich. Greues
of London



John Richard Anne
Angell. died



Ehzabeth Angell only child 1634



young



This pedigree has been cancelled in the original Visitation.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



21



anfeetilL



Farringdon loithout.




\_The crescent on crescent for difference is in chief in the original Visitation.']
Thomas Anketill of Shaftesbury=pJane da. of Gawen



in com. Dorsett



in com. Wilts



1 George Anketill of Shaftesbury Anthony Anketill of Shaftou^
in CO. Dorset 2^ sonue



John Anketill of Shafton 8on=pPhill. da. of
and heire obijt 1610 Thomas Grigg



1 Anthony Anketill 2 Francis Anketill— fFaith da. of John



eldest Sonne marr. of Holborne 2^
Mary da. of sonne now

Rob. Bankworth lining 1634



George
Arnold of
Holborne



3 sonne



1 Philippa

2 Elizabeth

3 Margaret

4 Katherine



ffrancis Anketill
sonne and heire



I



1 Dorothy 2 Mary 3 Ehzabeth



22



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



^ntrnbus.




\_The colours of the field are not irutrked in the original Visitation. These as well
as the Crest have been ta'kenfrom the Book of Camden! s Grants. Granted to Thomas
Antrohus, one of the six clerks, Sept. An° 1604.]

Antrobus=F



George Antrobus=f=Elizabeth da. of ... . Millington



AntrobuB=F



of Knutesford



of Kimttesford



Henry Antrobus of=j=Elizabeth da. of John Thomas Antrobus of London Gierke
Knutesford in co. Hough of Knutesford of the Outlawes dyed without issue
Chester in com. Chester masle



George Antrobus of London Draper=f^ Elizabeth da. of Thomas Giffard



A" 1634 eldest sonne



of London Draper



J I I

1 Thomas Antrobus eldest son 2 George Mary

GEORGE ANTROBUS.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



23




artSboHr.



Criplegate without.



Edward Archball^pElizabeth da. of .



of the Colledge
of Worcester



Hill of London
merchant



Richard Archball of the=j=Joyce da. of Xpofer



Middle Temple Esq'"* now
3 sonn



living 1634



Cornelius of South-
ampton Merch*^



1 Edward Archball
sonn and heire.



2 John Archball



RICH. ARCH BOLD.



arcpolti.



Bassishaw.




.... Archbold=
of Louth in
com. Line.



William Archbold of London^
Doctor of Divinitie Rector of
St. Peters in Cornhill



=Jane da. of
William
Billingsley



1 Henry Arch-
bold of London
Sonne and heir
huinge 1633



1 Brigget first maried 2 Jane wife to
to John West of Robert

London & after to Gardner of

Anthony Thaire London

of London march'



H. ARCHBOLD.



24



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



artSetrale*



Doimiegate Ward.




John Archedale of Stafford Towne=r



1 Richard Archedale-rMary Feme


4 Mathew


eldest son






B.p.


368 ux.


1 1
1 John


1 Mary 2


Margaret


4 Franc




wife to




Richard


2 Abraham


Robert 8


Dorothy


Lowe of




Moul-


ux. John


London


3 Cyprian


ton of


Stamp of


mercer.




Huny-


Haulton




4 Virgin


borne


CO. Oxon.


6 Briget wife




in CO.




to ... .


all dead


Worcester




Harris


without


gent.






yssue


■1




5 Barbara wife










to Joseph










Barnes



Anne wife to Richard Powell of Forest Hill com. Oxon.



2 Barnard Archdale=pAnne da. of
of Oxford Feme



3 Thomas Archdale^p



xticuaiu Aiciie —
dale of London
marchant lin-
ing a° 1634


pd uueLu ua. ui
Richard
Thorpe of
London by
Elizabeth
Brooke


Edward Browne of s.p.
London marchant

Alice wife to
Arthur Aluey

Audrey uxor James
Pouey of Lichfeild

]



Combes of London
marchant

Sarah wife to Ady
Sayres

Barbara wife to W""
Palmer of London
marchant



1 Thomas Archdale 2 Richard Archdale 3 Mathew Elizabeth wife to John
eldest son & heire of Wadham Col- — Fleetwood son & heire of

ledge in Oxford 4 Robert SirWilliam Fleetwood Great

Mussenden co. Bucks. K*



RIG, ARCHEDALE.



THE VISITATION OF LONDON.



25



Srmttafle.



Candleweeke Ward.




Robert Armitage of Donca8ter=y=
com. Yorke



William Armitage=j=Mary dau. of ... . Micklethwaite
of Doncaster. of Swath hall co. Yorke.



1 William Robert Armit-=j=Sarah second Jane Mary

Armit- age of London daur. of Cle- — &

age of Marchant ment Under- Joane Alice


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