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ESTABLISHED A.D. MDCCCLXIX.




Volume XXXV.



FOR THE TEAR MDCCCXCIII.



Hampshire Allegations



if^larrtajge Suences



GRAMTED BY THE



JStsfjop of Winchester.



1689 to 1837.



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EXTEACTED AND EDITED

BY

WILLIAM J. C. MOENS, F.S.A.



LONDON:
1893.



preface*



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^ Abstracts of the Marriage Allegations from 24th January, 1689, to 12th

^—^ February, 1693, with one of 23rd June, 1694, are contained in a small quarto

Register ; these appear to be only of those Marriage Licences applied for at

Winchester, the Surrogates being Isaac Jones, S. Wallace, George Bramston,

» D. Lee, Jos. Spence, and R. Bowen. No bonds or affidavits now exist for

an earlier period or the years 1695-1700 inclusive, after which time there is

' a bundle varying in size for each succeeding year with the exception of 1712.

Apparently many Surrogates often failed in their duty of sending the

Bonds and Allegations to the Registrar, and this for many years running.

It appears to have been the custom formerly for blank licences to have been

sent to the Surrogates when their previous stock was exhausted.

The parish Church or Churches, in which the ceremony was authorised

T to be held, were not always given, and a new form of bond was used in 17.55

<J in which they were not named. Later, they were generally given in the

j affidavits. It will be noted that when only the affidavit is forthcoming, aff.

^ in italics shews that the bond is missing ; it may well be that in some cases

\the applications were not followed up. When the signature differed, as

regards spelling, with the name in the body of a document, the name as

written in the autograph is given first, with the Surrogate's style following

it, as it should be that the applicants knew their own names better than did

the Surrogates, who might follow the pronunciation of a name only.

When the contracting parties were of full age, the custom was to insert
the words and above after the age given; as a rule, 21 years and above.
Thus little dependence can be placed in the stated age.

By the Act 3 George III, chapter 75 (1822), baptismal extracts and
affidavits as to age, etc, were required before licences were granted.
Apparently, the additional trouble given by recording these particulars,
caused the details to be omitted after the new regulations had been
observed for a short period, as after 1823 no baptismal certificates were
attached to the affidavits.



Bonds for the due performance, etc., of the marriages for which licences
were granted, were no longer required after 1S22, in accordance, no doubt,
with the provisions of the above-mentioned Act, which was passed for the
better preventing of clandestine marriages.

Memoranda on the back of some of the bonds shew that £1 3s. 6d. was
the cost of a marriage licence in 1742. In 1804, the stamp duty on bonds
was increased from fifteen shillings to twenty shillings, and on affidavits
from sixpence to eighteenpence. In 1834, the cost of a licence was £3 3s.,
and if either of the parties were under age, there was an additional charge
of five shillings.

The greatest possible brevity has been aimed at in the abstracts, with the
view of lessening the labour of reference for the women's and stray names.
In all cases where the bondsmen's names agreed with those of the contracting
parties these are given. The bonds and affidavits have been compared
together in all cases in order that no family details should be omitted.
This greatly increased the labour of abstracting the allegations, which are
given in these two volumes up to and including the year 1837, amounting
to over 25,000, or nearly double that number of loose documents with the
accompanying bonds.

For the convenience of those who do not know the names of all the
Hampshire parishes, the county is given in which all parishes are situated,
which are outside the County of Southampton.

The Allegations for the Surrey portion of the Diocese are under the
charge of the Surrey Registrar, Mr. W. P. Moore, and are preserved in
St. Saviour's Church. These consist of a book of Allegations running from
June 6th, 1674, to February 6th, 1691-2, and of the bonds and affidavits from
the year 1730. It is to be hoped that this series will soon be made available
for ready reference.

The best thanks of the Society are due to Mr. Charles Wooldridge, the
courteous Registrar of the Bishop of Winchester, for the ever ready manner
in which the necessary documents, etc., were placed at my disposal, with the
permission of the Very Rev. Harold Browne, D.D., the late lamented Bishop
of the Diocese of Winchester.

W. J. C. MOENS.
Tweed, Lymington.



preface.



Abstracts of the Marriage Allegations from 24th January, 1689, to 12th
February, 1693, with one of 23rd June, 1694, are contained in a small quarto
Register ; these appear to be only of those Marriage Licences applied for at
Winchester, the Surrogates being Isaac Jones, S. Wallace, George Braniston,
D. Lee, Jos. Spence, and R. Bowen. No bonds or affidavits exist for the
years 1695-1700 inclusive, after which time there is a bundle varying in



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the applications were not followed up. When the signature differed, as
regards spelling, with the name in the body of a document, the name as
written in the autograph is given first, with the Surrogate's style following
it, as it should be that the applicants knew their own names better than did
the Surrogates, who might follow the pronunciation of a name only.

When the contracting parties were of full age, the custom was to insert
the words and above after the age given ; as a rule, 21 years and above.
Thus little dependance can be placed on the stated age.

By the Act 3 George III, chapter 75, (1822) baptismal extracts and
affidavits as to age, etc., were required before licences were granted.
Apparently, the additional trouble given by recording these particulars,
caused the details to be omitted after the new regulations had been
observed for a short period, as after 1823 no baptismal certificates were
attached to the affidavits.



VH1 PREFACE.

Bonds for the due performance, etc., of the marriages for which licences
were granted, were no longer required after 1822, in accordance, no doubt,
with the provisions of the above-mentioned Act, which was passed for the
better preventing of clandestine marriages.

Memoranda on the back of some of the bonds shew that £1 3s. 6d. was
the cost of a marriage licence in 1742. In 1804, the stamp duty on bonds
was increased from fifteen shillings to twenty shillings, and on affidavits
from sixpence to eighteenpence. In 1834, the cost of a licence was £3 3s.,
and if either of the parties were under age, there was an additional charge
of five shillings.

The greatest possible brevity has been aimed at in the abstracts, with the
view of lessening the labour of reference for the women's and stray names.
In all cases where the bondsmAn'c na,r^«, « J — :il



iur me ourrey portion of the Diocese are under the
charge of the Surrey Registrar, Mr. W. P. Moore, and are preserved in
St. Saviour's Church. These consist of a book of Allegations running from
June 6th, 1674, to February 6th, 1691-2, and of the bonds and affidavits from
the year 1730. It is to be hoped that this series will soon be made available
for ready reference.

The best thanks of the Society are due to Mr. Charles Wooldridge, the
courteous Registrar of the Bishop of Winchester, for the ever ready manner
in which the necessary documents, etc., were placed at my disposal, with the
permission of the Very Rev. Harold Browne, D.D., the late lamented Bishop
of the Diocese of Winchester.

W. J. C. MOENS.
Tweed, Lymington.



preface.



Abstracts of the Marriage Allegations from 24th January, 1689, to 12th
February, 1693, with one of 23rd June, 1694, are contained in a small quarto
Register ; these appear to be only of those Marriage Licences applied for at
Winchester, the Surrogates being Isaac Jones, S. Wallace, George Bramston,
D. Lee, Jos. Spence, and R. Bowen. No bonds or affidavits exist for the
years 1695-1700 inclusive, after which time there is a bundle varying in
size for each succeeding year with the exception of 1712.

Apparently many Surrogates often failed in their duty of sending the
Bonds and Allegations to the Registrar, and this for many years running.
It appears to have been the custom formerly for blank licences to have been
sent to the Surrogates when their previous stock was exhausted.

The parish Church or Churches, in which the ceremony was authorised
to be held, were not always given, and anew form of bond was used in 1755
in which they were not named. Later, they were generally given in the
affidavits. It will be noted that when only the affidavit is forthcoming, aff.
in italics shows that the bond is missing ; it may well be that in some cases
the applications were not followed up. When the signature differed, as
regards spelling, with the name in the body of a document, the name as
written in the autograph is given first, with the Surrogate's style following
it, as it should be that the applicants knew their own names better than did
the Surrogates, who might follow the pronunciation of a name only.

When the contracting parties were of full age, the custom was to insert
the words and above after the age given ; as a rule, 21 years and above.
Thus little dependance can be placed on the stated age.

By the Act 3 George III, chapter 75, (1822) baptismal extracts and
affidavits as to age, etc., were required before licences were granted.
Apparently, the additional trouble given by recording these particulars,
caused the details to be omitted after the new regulations had been
observed for a short period, as after 1823 no baptismal certificates were
attached to the affidavits.



VI11 PREFACE.

Bonds for the due performance, etc., of the marriages for which licences
were granted, were no longer required after 1822, in accordance, no doubt,
with the provisions of the above mentioned Act, which was passed for the
better preventing of clandestine marriages.

Memoranda on the back of some of the bonds show that £1 3s. 6d. was
the cost of a marriage licence in 1742. In 1804, the stamp duty on bonds
was increased from fifteen shillings to twenty shillings, and on affidavits
from sixpence to eighteenpence. In 1834, the cost of a licence was £3 3s.,
and if either of the parties were under age, there was an additional charge
of five shillings.

The greatest possible brevity has been aimed at in the abstracts, with the
view of lessening the labour of reference for the women's and stray names.
In all cases when the bondsmen's names agree with those of the contracting
parties these are given. The bonds and affidavits have been compared
together in all cases in order that no family details should be omitted.
This greatly increased the labour of abstracting the allegations, which are
given in these two volumes up to and including the year 1837, amounting
to about 25,000 or nearly double that number of loose documents with the
accompanying bonds.

For the convenience of those who do not know the names of all the
Hampshire parishes, the county is given in which all parishes are situated,
which are outside the County of Southampton.

When a name appears more than once on a page, this is indicated by *
being added to the number of the page in the Index.

The Allegations for the Surrey portion of the Diocese are under the
charge of the Surrey Registrar, Mr. W. P. Moore, and are preserved in
St. Saviour's Church. These consist of a book of Allegations running from
June 6th, 1674, to February 6th, 1691-2, and of the bonds and affidavits from
the year 1730. It is to be hoped that this series will soon be made available
for ready reference.

The best thanks of the Society are due to Mr. Charles Wooldridge, the
courteous Registrar of the Bishop of Winchester, for the ever ready manner
in which the necessary documents, etc., were placed at my disposal, with the
permission of the Right Rev. Harold Browne, D.D., the late lamented Bishop
of the Diocese of Winchester.
Tweed, Lymington. W. J. C. MOENS.



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Abbatt, James, of Portsea, rope-maker, w., & Jane Yaller, of the s., 21, sp., at P.,

23 Aug., 1809.
Abberline, Edward, of Holy Rood, Southampton, 32, b., & Hannah Chin, of St.

Martin, New Sarum, co. Wilts, 30, at H. E., 13 Sep., 1832. Aff.
Abbey, James, of Lyndhurst, servingman, 28, b., & Hannah "Waterman, of Min-

stead, 22, sp., at M., 22 May, 1811.
Abbott, Charles-Currel, of Eomsey, 21, b., & Ann Hillier, of Andover, 19, sp.,

with c. of her m., Winnifred-Mary Hellier, of the s., w., there being no

guardian under the will of John Hellier, deceased, her late husband, at A.,

1 Dec, 1829. Aff. and Lie.
Abbott, John, of St. Thomas, Winchester, private in the 31st Eeg. of Foot, 26,

b., & Caroline Knight, of Southampton, 22, sp., at St. Thomas, 11 Jan.,

1805.
Abbott, John, of Stoke Damerel, co. Devon, gentleman, 21, b., & Elizabeth

Hilhnan Walter, of Andover, 21, sp., at A., 13 June, 1813.
Abbot, Thomas, of Hayling Island, b., & Frances Flooks, of the s., sp., at Ports-
mouth, 18 May, 1725.
Abbott, William, of Basingstoke, carpenter, & Anne Motte, of Bramley, sp., at

B. or Basingstoke, 2 Dec, 1725.
Abbott, William, of Basingstoke, carpenter, & Susannah Nevil, of the s., w., at

Cliddesden, 30 Aug., 1750.
Abbott, William, of Breamore, 21, b., & Tabitha West, of Fordingbridge, 21,

sp., at F., 13 June, 1788.
Abbott, William, of Wimborne, co. Dorset, farmer, 21, b., & Esther Miles, of

Vernham, 21, sp., at V., 6 Nov., 1819. Thomas Miles, of the s., farmer,

bondsman.
Abbott, William, Eector of St. Andrews, Lower Canada, clerk, 21, b., & Frances-
Mary Smith, of Bishop's Waltham, 25, sp., at B. W., 8 March, 1834. Aff.
Aberdeen, Eobert-Henry, of Andover, gentleman, 21, b., & Mary Wakeford, of the

8., 21, sp., at A., 3 Oct., 1820. William Wakeford, of the s., Esq., bondsman.
Able, Francis, of the 8th Veteran Battalion, serjeant, w., & Mary-Ann Chambier,

of Portsea, w., at P., 13 June, 1813.
Abor, Edward, of Headley, husbandman, & Sarah Button, of Selborne, sp., 21

Oct., 1745.
Abouow or Aburrow, John, junr., of Eastmeon, tailor, & Rebecca Steele, of the s.,

26 Dec, 1710.



2 ALLEGATIONS FOR MARRIAGE LICENCES IN HAMPSHIRE,

Abram, Edward, of Emaworth, in the p. of Warblington, w., & Mary Tipper, of
Winchester, 25, sp., at Holy Trinity, or St. Michael, or St. Thoniaa,
Winchester, 1 Feb., 1691-2.
Abram, Francis, of Durley, husbandman, b., & Joane Hoar, of the 8., sp., 2 June,

1711.
Abram, William, of Carisbrooke, blacksmith, w., & Jane Dennis, of the s., sp.,

at Northwood, 5 Oct., 1728.
Abram, William, of Newport, 21, b., & Sarah Milligan, of Northwood, a minor,

with consent of her father, David Milligan, at N., 14 Dec, 1795.
Abraham, Charles, of Fawley, b., & Martha Yatnian, of the s., sp., at Dibden, South

Stoneham or St. Michael's, [? Southampton,] 30 Nov., 1727.
Abraham, James, of Brading, husbandman, b., & Sarah Winter, of the s., sp., 21

Dec, 1771.
Abraham, James, of Hill Farm, in the p. of Gatcombe, 50, w., & Ann Barnev, of

the s., w., at G., 22 Sep., 1795.
Abraham, John, of West Cowes, butcher, & Mary Pullham, of the s., sp., at

W.C., 3 Aug., 1731.
Abraham, John, of Newport, 30, b., & Ann Le Sueur, of St. Michael's, South-
ampton, 30, sp., 15 Oct., 1798. Mr. William Abraham, of Newport, bonds-
man.
Abraham, Henry, & Joane Nindeck, of Alverstoke, at A., 13 Feb., 1702.
Abraham, Henry, mariner, b., & Mary Symonds, of Portsea, sp., at — , 10 Oct.,

1709.
Abraham, Henry-Himrphry-Nendick, of Alverstoke, gentleman, 21, b., & Sarah
Dash, of Rowner, sp., a minor, withe, of her f., Edmund Dash, gent, at A., 26
Oct., 1803.
Abraham, Richard, of Newport, plumber, 21, b., & Kitty Squire, of the s., 20, sp.,

withe of herf., John Squire, of the s., barber, at N., 27 Nov., 1801.
Abraham, Thomas, of Dibden, b., & Sarah Martin, of the s., sp., at D. or Fawley,

26 March. 1726.
Abraham, William, of Bury, in the p. of Alverstoke, shopkeeper, 25 b., & Mary-
Anne Swan, of St. Lawrence, Southampton, 25, sp., at St. L., 3 March, 1802.
Abree, John, of Fareham, baker, w., & Elizabeth Walker of the s., sp.,

4 Jan., 1616-17.
Abroe, Robert, of Southampton, b., & Ann Auger, of Holy Rood, in the s., sp., at

H.R. or God's House, 6 Dec, 1726. Joseph Auger, of S., bondsman.
Absolam, John, of Breamore, 21, b., & Mary Yeoman, 21, sp., dau. of John

Yeoman, of Fordingbridge, at F., 4 Dec , 1776.
Absolom, James, of St. James's, co. Middlesex, 21, b., & Athalia Vincent, of

Portsea, 21, sp., at P., 2 June, 1798.
Absalom, John, of Doneghton [sic, ? Donnington], co Sussex, husbandman,

w., & Jane Harding, of Portsea, w., at P., 10 Aug., 1784.
Aburrow, Daniel, the younger, of Froxfield, yeoman, 30., b., & Sarah Hoar, of
the s., 32, sp., at F., 11 Feb., 1815. Daniel Aburrow, the elder, of the s.,
v., bondsman.
Aburrow, Edward, of Froxfield, 21, b., & Amelia Ayling, of Ovington, 21, sp., at

0., 6 June, 1829. Aff.
Aburrow, Henry, of Alton, 21, & Mary Reid, of the s., 21, sp., at A., 31 Dec,

1825. Aff.
Aburrow, John, of Eastmeon, ' Ye Carpenter,' & Anne Randoll, of the s. pi., sp.,

2 Nov., 1715.
Aburrow, Joseph, of Ovington, 21, b., & Kezia Ayling, of the s., 20, with c of

her m., Mary Ayling, of the s., w., at 0., 29 Oct., 1825. Aff.
AcnERLEY, Joseph-Chamberlayne- Wilkinson, of St. Thomas, Portsmouth, 21, b.,
& Henrietta-Catherine Fairfax, of All Saints, Southampton, 21, sp., at A.S.,
25 Oct., 1824. Aff.
Ackland, Charles, of Basing, farmer, w., & Anne Fry, of the s., 21, sp., at B.,
24 July, 1792.



IN THE REGISTRY OF THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER. 3

Ackland, Daniel, of Woodmancote, yeoman, 25, b., & Mary Lock, of Headbourn

Worthy, 25, sp., 2 Aug., 1768. William Lock, junr., of H.W., victualler,

bondsman.
Ackland, John, of Basing, yeoman, & Jane Barton, of Up-Nately, sp., at B., U. N.,

or Basingstoke, 11 Oct., 1733.
Acklaxd, John, of Basing, husbandman, b., & Elizabeth Mario w, of Preston

Candover, sp., 2 June, 1768.
Acklaxd, John, of Basing, malster, 26, b., & Ann Knight, of the s., sp., at B.,

14 Feb., 1797.
Ackland, John, of Basing, yeoman, w., & Anne Tubb, of Sherfield Loddon, 21,

sp., at S. L., 12 Nov., 1798.
Ackland, John, of Basing, farmer, w., & Sarah Lunn, of the s., 21, sp., at B , 12

Jan., 1803.
Ackland, John, of Basingstoke, 21, b., & Mary Smith, of the s., 21, sp., at B., 24

Apl., 1833. Aff.
Acklin, Thomas, late of H.M.S. Centurion, now of Alverstoke, & Frances Day,

of Gosport, sp., at Portsmouth, 18 May, 1737.
Adames, William, of Droxford, 24, b., & Mary-Ann Knight, of the s., 21, sp., at

D.. 14 Feb., 1835. Aff.
Adams, Alexander, of Portsmouth, gentleman, 21, b., & Mary- Ann Bachelor, of

the s., 21, sp., at P., 19 Nov., 1780.
Adams, Andrew, of Basingstoke, & Jane Blunden, of the s , sp., at Winslade, 4

March, 1727-8.
Adams, Crispin, of Portsea, mariner, 21, b., & Elizabeth Butler, of the s., 21, sp.,

at P., 2 May, 1809.
Adams, Edmund, of Petersfield, baker, b., & Elizabeth Glazier, of Frensham, co.

Surrey, sp., [Mary Glazier, her natural motherl, at Petersfield, 6 Oct., 1755.
Adams, Edmund, of Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset, breeches-maker, 21, b., &

Elinor Catt, of Southwick, 21, sp , at S., 20 Apl., 1793.
Adams, Edward, of Odiham, farmer, 40, b., & Martha Duckett, of Tunworth, 30,

sp., atT., 5 Feb., 1801.
Adams, George, of Portsea, w., & Mary Gardener, of Alverstoke, 21, sp., 30 Sep.,

1770.
Adams, George, of Portsmouth, 38, w., and Mary Graham, of the s., 21, sp., at P.,

9 March, 1782.
Adams, George, of Sunninghill, co. Berks, 21, b., & Jane Maxwell, of Petersfield,

21, sp., at V., 24 March, 1828. Aff.
Adams, Henry, of Marshfield, co. Gloucester, yeoman, b., & Mary Longman, of St.

Marybourne, sp., at Andover, Tangley, or Hurstbourne Tarrant, 20 June,

1709.
Adams, Henry, of Titchfield, & Christian Johnson, of Lyinington, at St. Mary's,

Southampton, 30 Jan., 1733.
Adams, Henry, of Portsea, yeoman, 21, b., & Frances Ridett, of the s., 21, sp., at

P., 29 Nov., 1798.
Adams, James, b., & Jane Woodford, both of Portsmouth, at P., 14 Sept., 1701.
Adams, James, of Titchfield, 21, b., & Mary Winter, of Fareham, 21, sp., at F.,

12 Aug., 1784.
Adams, James, of Southampton, gentleman, 21, b., & Mary Ashford, of Alverstoke,

a minor, with consent of her father, William Ashford, of A., gent., at A., 4

May, 1795.
Adams, James, of Selborne, tailor, 36, w., & Elizabeth Berriman, of the s., 25, sp.,

at S., 16 Dec, 1802.
Adams, John, of Durley, yeoman, w., & Jane Wyatt, of Swanmore, in the p. of

Droxford, 35, sp., at Corhampton, Droxford, or Meonstoke, 13 Oct., 1703.
Adams, John, of Southwick, b., & Elizabeth Huet, sp., at Portsmouth, 1 May,

1704.
Adams, John, of Weal [sic], husbandman, w , & Joan Hall, of Upton Grey, sp.,

31 Oct., 1716.



4 ALLEGATIONS FOR MARRIAGE LICENCES IN HAMPSHIRE,

Adams, John, of Farehain, glazier, b., & Catherine Jacob, of Romsey, sp., at R.

or St. Lawrence, Winchester, 7 Feb., 1722.
Adams, John, of Porchester, b., & Sarah Suett, of Grosport, sp., at P., 24 Feb.,

1727.
Adams, John, of Titchfield, yeoman, & Mary Cleverly, of Bishop's Waltham, sp., at

St. John's, B. W., or the Cathedral, 24 Sept., 1729. William Cleverly, of

Farehain, butcher, bondsman.
Adams, John, of Basingstoke, gardener, & Elizabeth Crasswell, of the s., sp., a

Basing or B., 15 Sept., 1750.
Adams, John, of Portsea, labourer, 21, b., & Elizabeth Stokes, of Alverstoke, w., at

P., 16 Oct., 1781.
Adams, John, of Buriton, cordwainer, 21, b., & Mary Dollar, of Petersfield, 21,

sp., at P., 29 Nov., 1788.
Adams, John, of Portsea, butcher, 21, b., & Elizabeth Cox, of the s., 21, sp., at P., 5

Aug., 1792. William Cox, of the s., schoolmaster, bondsman.
Adams, John, of Basingstoke, w., & Mary Blunden, of Bramley, 21, sp., at

Bramley, 29 May, 1796.
Adams, John, of Cheriton, b., a minor, with c. of his f., John Adams, & Sarah

Hockley, of New Alresford, sp., a minor, with c. of her f., John Hockley, at

N. A., 25 Jan., 1804.
Adams, John, of Basingstoke, wharfinger [sic], 21, b., & Mary Harris, of Baug-

hurst, 20 years and 11 months, with c. of her f., at B., 7 July, 1807.
Adams, John-Corbett, of St. Giles's, Bloomsbury, London, agent, 28, b., & Sarah

Colborne, of Holy Pood, Southampton, 21, sp., at H. P., 11 July, 1820.

William Colborne, of the s., cordwainer, bondsman.
Adams, Joseph, of Kingston, baker, & Elizabeth Hewit, sp., at Alverstoke or

Eowner, 3 Oct., 1721.
Adams, Matthias, of Abbot's Ann, exciseman, 28, b., & Mary Prince, of thes., 21,

sp., 7 May, 1759.
Adams, Peter, of Portsmouth, baker, & Judith Goven, of the s. sp., 27 Feb.,

1716. John Goven, of P., mariner, bondsman.
Adams, Peter, of Wootton St. Lawrence, shoemaker, 21, b., & Charlotte Burton, of

North Waltham, 21, sp., at W. St. L., 8 Nov., 1815. Adeno Burton, of the

s., malster, bondsman.
Adams, Richard, of Chilton Candover, husbandman, & Mary Batt, of the s.,

sp., at St. Thomas, St. Maurice, or Trinity, Winchester, 3 Sep., 1726.
Adams, Richard, of Basingstoke, 21, b., & Elizabeth Mare, of the s., 21, at B., 16

Jan., 1789.
Adams, Richard, of Newnham, 21, w., [b. in affid.] & Elizabeth Taylor, of the

s., 21, sp., at N., 28 July, 1801,
Adams, Robert, of Cosham, b., & Mary Staar, of Wymering, w., 12 Apl., 1715.
Adams, Robert, of Catherington, cordwainer, 21, b., & Anne Edney, of thes., sp.,

10 Apl., 1760.

Adams, Robert, of Hayling South, builder, 21, b., & Urania Wheeler, of Cather-