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Mary Bull,
bapt. 24
April 1711;
bur. 15
Nov. 1711.



1

William^
Bull,


1 1
= Mary Bull, bapt
8 Aug. 1712.


bapt. 14
Oct.


Frances Bull,


1709.


bapt. 9 Oct. 1713



John Bull, bapt. 15 Feb.
1714 ; bur. 2 Feb. 1715.

Edward Bull, bapt. 27
April 1716.



I I

James Bull, bapt. Margaret
17 Feb. 1717; Bull,
died 11 Feb., bur. bapt.
. . Feb. 1747. 10 Dec.

1719.



Thomas Bull, bur. 25 Jan. 1763.



da. of John Per-=fGeorge Bull of Wells, Mercer, Mayor of Wells 1635 ; bur.^=Ann. 2nd



kins. 1st wife.



at St. Cuthbert 28 Nov. 1637 ;f will dated 24 Dec. 1635 ;
proved in London 16 June 1655.



wife.



Anne Bull, bapt, 23 Feb. 1632-3.f



48



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



Eleanor
Bull,
bapt.
16 Aug.
1627.f.



Grace= William
Bull, Davis,
bapt.
4 April
1630.f



I I

Elizabeth Bull, bur. at St. Cuth- Mary

bert as " Mrs. Elizabeth Bull, Bull,

virgin, of High Street,'' 14 Nov. bapt.

1655 ;f will dated 10 Oct. 1655 ; 12 Feb.

proved 8 May 1657 in London. 1632.f



Rachael=Samuel
Bull. Davis.



I

Richard
Bull,
bapt.
21 Dec.
1628 ;f
died
young.



George Bull, born 35 March, bapt. 31 March 1634 ;■}• mar. at Ciren-
cester 20 May, 1658 ; died 17 Feb. 1710 ; held the living of Sidding-
ton St. Mary, near Cirencester ; consecrated Bishop of St. David's in
1705, and died at Brecknock, and was buried in the chapel of Christ's
College, Brecknock, with a monument which states that he died
17 Feb. 1709-10, aged 75. On the monument are the arms of the
See of St. David's impaling Or, three hulls' heads caboshed gules,
a crescent of the last for difference.



=Bridget, da. of the
Rev. Alexander
Gregory, Vicar of
Cirencester, co.
Gloucester ; she
died 16 Nov. 1712,
aged 75, and was
bur. at Brecknock.



I
George Bull,
born 24
March 1659 ;
died young.



I I

George Bull, George Bull, born 11 Nov. 1669 ;

born 14 Rector of Tawstock, co. Devon,

March 1664 ; and Archdeacon of Llandaff ; ob.

died young. s.p. in 1707.



Richard Bull, born 18 Jan.
1672 ; bur. at Siddington,
co. Gloucester, 27 Nov.
1740.



I
Robert Bull, born 11 Jan. 1679 ; Vicar of=
Churcham, Rector of Tortworth, and Pre-
bendary of Gloucester.



: Rachel, da. of Edward Stephens of Cherrington,
by Mary, da. of Sir Matthew Hale.



Edward Bull.=j=

Mary Bull.



Rachel Bull.



Ill I

Bridget Bull, born Sarah Bull, born Bridget Bull, born Edward= Bridget Bull,

3 Jan. 1674 ; died 30 March, died 24 Oct. 1682 ; died Adderley. born 20 May

young. April 1677. young. 1684.



I I

Anne Bull, born^Joseph Stephens, Arch- Dorothea Bull, born

1662 ; died 1703. deacon of Brecon ; died 3 Aug., died Dec.

1735. 1666.



I

Elizabeth Bull, born
9 Sept. 1668 ; died
Dec. 1690.



Katherine=f=John, son of Walter



Stephens.



. ,=John Williams, Vicar



. . . =Joshua



Chapman of Bristol. Stephens, of Glasbury, co. Bre- Stephens. Wharton

con ; ob. s.p. of Bristol.



Thomas Chapman, Vicar of Bathford, Bath ; ob. s.p.=Elizabeth Marshall of Bristol.



Elizabeth Stephens.=pWilliam, son of Walter Chapman of Bristol.



Betty Dubber.=pJoseph Chapman, Rector of Duntesbourne, co. Gloucester j^Jane Gastrell.
| died 1795. I



James Chapman, D.D., Fellow Richard Chapman, John Chapman.^Joyce Whit-

of Magdalene College, Oxon. died s.p. 1819. I taker.



Joseph James Chapman.



Joanna Baptista Chapman.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



49



O H



Joseph Chapman, D.D., of Trinity College. Oxon ;=f=Mary, da. of William Hayward ;
died 1808. I died 1814.



Sarah Anne Chapman. Mary Elizabeth Chapman.=Baker Morrell, Esq., of Oxford.



Sarah Chapman, died Jan. 1821.=^Richard Parker, died 1778.

!

III II

Samuel Perrott Charles Lewes Anna Maria=George Richards, Joseph Parker of John
Parker. Parker. Parker. D.D. Oxford, Book- Parker.

seller.



William Bull of Shapwick, Barrister of the Middle Temple, :
D.L., and J.P. for Somerset for fifty years; born 1595;
died 22 Oct. 1676, aged 81 ; M.I. at Shapwick with the
arms of Bull ; bur. 29 Oct. 1676 ;* he succeeded to his
father's property at Peglinch, and had a confirmation of
his family arms, as of that place, which see p. 53.



: Jane, eldest da. and coheir of Henry
Southworth, Esq., of Wells and
Wyke Champflower, by his wife
Elizabeth, da. of John Pelseut of
London; she was married in 1620,
and died 30 March 1657; M.I. at
Shapwick ; bur. 15 April 1657.*



Eleanor Bull, bapt.
29 Nov., bur. 31
Nov. 1631.*



I
Margaret Bull, bapt.
7 Sept., bur. 9 Sept.
1634.



Jane Bull, bapt. 15 March 1626 ;*=Thomas White
mar. 4 March 1656 (entered both of Wells, Esq.
at Shapwick and at St. Cuthbert).



Elizabeth Bull, proved=pEdward Court of Lillesdon in North Curry ; will dated 1 March 1681



her husband's will 3
May 1683.



bur. at Gregory Stoke Oct. 1 682 ; son of John Court, by Elizabeth,
da. of Alexander Popham of Huntworth.



Sarah Court of the Close, Salisbury;
will dated 23 Nov. 1688 ; proved
14 Sept. 1689 ; died unmar.



John Chichester=Elizabeth
of Widworthy, Court.
Esq.



Thomas=Eleanor
Were, Court,
gent.



Grace Court, died unmar. ; will dated 1 Jan. 1749 ;
proved 27 Sept. 1750.



John Court of North Curry, died unmar.
admon. 14 July 1701 to his mother.



William Bull, Henry Bull, bapt. 8 Oct. 1630 ;* of Shapwick, Barrister of the=

bapt. 26, and Middle Temple ; M.P. for Bridgewater ; had a commission,

bur. 27 Feb. dated at Oxford 27 Jan. 1644, to raise and command a regi-

1625.* ment of dragoons, signed Charles P. ; also one dated 1675,

— as captain of a troop of horse, under Lord Fitzharding ; also

William Bull, another dated 20 July 1683 ; he was appointed a Deputy-

bapt. 8, and Lieut, of Somerset 25 June 1690. These commissions still exist

bur. 22 Oct. in possession of the family at Shapwick. Mar. at Compton

1629.* Pauncef oot 14 April 1658 (entered in Shapwick Register) ; bur.

1691 ;* M.I. with the arms of Bull, quartering Southworth,

Dayes, Dutton, and Pelsent impaling Azure, two chevrons,

between three martlets argent, Hunt. Will dated 19 July

1687 ; proved in London 10 June 1692.



Southworth Bull, bapt.
at Compton Paunce-
foot 10 May 1659.
Living 1681.



: Elizabeth, da.
of Robert Hunt
of Compton
Pauucefoot ;
bur. 19 June
1712 ;* will
dated 20 July
1711 ; proved
in London 17
June 1713.



I

William Bull, born
7 April, bapt. 7
May 1661 ; died 9
Sept., bur. 11 Sept.
1663.*



Elizabeth Bull,
born 3 April,
bapt. 13 April
1663 ;* deaf
and dumb.



Henry Bull of Shap-=Ann
wick, bapt. 29 March Luff.
1670; bur. 7 Sept.
1695 ;* s.p.



50



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



Eleanor Bull, born 14 March 1666-7 ; bapt.=George Dodington of Dodington, Esq., called in
26 March 1667; mar. lie. Faculty Office, the Lie. ' batchelor, aged 35 ' ; one of the Lords of
Archbp. Canterbury, dated 12 Feb. 1696-7 ; the Admiralty ; M.P. for Bridgewater ; died 26
bur. 7 July 1715 ;* will dated 19 Feb. 1700; March 1720; s.p. ; will dated 19 Jan. 1718;
proved in London 27 July 1715 ; s.p. proved in London 10 June 1720.



Robert Bull, bapt.
10 Oct. 1635 ; bur.
12 Oct. 1636.



George Bull, bapt.
23 Nov. 1637 ; bur.
25 Nov. 1637.*



Arthur Bull, bapt. 1 July=pMary
1633 ;* of Sydenham I Hur of
manor in the parish of Lon-
Bridgewater. don.



William Bull. bapt.
22 Jan. 1640 ;* died
at Smyrna.



William Bull, named in the will of his grandfather William Bull of^Joanna Luff ; will dated
Shapwick ; bur. at Somerton 21 Sept. 1698 ; admon. at Wells 19 Oct. 8 March 1721 ; proved
1699. 12 Oct. 1721.



Henry Bull, who inherited Shap-
wick from Mrs. Dodington ; bur.
27 June 1751 ;* admon. to Eli-
zabeth Strangways, only sur-
viving child, in London 29 July
1751.



^Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Timothy Redman,
M.A., Rector of Street with the chapel of
Walton ; Prebendary of Wells (instituted
1684 ; died 4 May 1718, aged 66 ; tablet in
Walton Church) ; died 11 June 1726, aged
36 ; M.I. at Shapwick ; bur. 18 June 1726*



Robert=
Bown.



I

:Mary

Bull.



Henry Bull,
hapt.17 May
1723 ; bur.
28 March
1746.*



Thomas Strangways, 1
second son of Giles
Strangways of Charl-
ton Adam (see
Strangways of Charl-
ton Adam) ; died
3 Oct. 1766, aged 51 ;
bur. 13 Oct. 1766.*



Elizabeth Bull, da. and sole heir ; died 3 March 1792, aged
73 ; M.I. ; will dated 9 June 1789 ; proved at Wells 17 April
1792 by her son and executor Henry ; names her rectory
of Shapwick and manor of Week (Wyke Champflower) ;
bur. 8 March 1792.* She is mentioned in family papers as
the ' Widow Jefferys ' ; her will makes no allusion to any
relations of that name, nor is there other evidence of a
previous marriage.



I I

Mary Strang- Elizabeth Strangways,=William

ways, died bapt. 31 July 1752 ; Gould,

20 Aug. 1799; mar. 4 Nov. 1784;* Esq.

bur. 31 Aug. died 7 Feb. 1839, aged

1799.* 86.



I
Margaret Strangways, bapt. T=Peter Sherston,
21 March 1755 ; mar. 10 Esq., of Wells
July 1780 ;* died 10 Jan. (see pedigree
L795, aged 39 ; M.I. Wells of Sherston).
Cathedral.



*



Henry Strangways of Shapwick, born 18 Feb. 1741 ; died 21 April 1805,^=Sarah. da. of Samuel



aged 64 ; bur. 26 April 1805 ;* M.I. at Shapwick to him and his wife.
Arms on it are, (Sable), two lions passant (paly of six argent and gules)
impaling gules a /esse counter-compony (or and azure) between three
bezants, Pitt ; commission as Cornet in 3rd Dragoons dated 21, as Lieut,
of Militia 7 Aug. 1768 ; as Ensign 32nd Foot 24 May 1762.



Pitt, Esq., of Charl-
ton Adam ; died 23
Dec. 1792, aged 42 ;
bur. 1 Jan. 1793.*



Thomas Strangways,
named in remainder
by his grandmother's
will 1789; ob. s.p.



John Strangways, William Strangways, born 17 March=. . . . da. of

named in re- 1786 ; privately bapt. at Charlton .... Tyr-

mainder by his Adam ; publicly bapt. at Shapwick rell, Esq.

grandmother's 27 Jan. 1795 ;* named in remainder by

will 1789 ; ob. s.p. the will of his grandmother 1789.



Henry Bull Strangways, born 3 Dec. 1778 ; :
died 22 May 1829 ; named as heir intail in
the will of his grandmother ; appointed,
16 Jan. 1805, Lieut.-Colonel-Commandant
of the Polden Hill Regt. of Volunteer In-
fantry, on and from the 28th Aug. 1803 ;
commission as Lieut, (promoted from En-
sign) of 40th Regt.



: Elishaba, da. of Harry Bewes, Esq., by Sarah da. of
Peter Tonkin, Esq., of Pamphlete, Plymouth, and
grandda. of Thomas Bewes and Catherine, da. of
John Anstis, Garter King of Arms ; she was sister
of Thomas Bewes, Esq., M.P. for Plymouth.

Arms : Argent, a lion rampant gules, tail named,
gorged with an ancient coronet or, in chief three
falcons closed and belled proper.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



51



I
Sophia Jane, da. and heir of the Rev. George Henry-p-Henry Bull Strangways,
Templer, M.A., J.P., of Shapwick, Prebendary of
Wells and Rural Dean, by his wife Anna Maria,
eldest da. and coheir of Thomas Graham of Kinross
House, co. Kinross. 1st wife.

Arms : Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure and gules, a
church with a spire argent, at the top and ends a
cross or, in the first quarter an eagle displayed, in
the second a stag trippant-regardant, both of the last,
Templer ; 2 and 3, Or, a body-heart gules crowned on

a chiff sable three escallop-shells argent, Graham. Edmund Ludlow Str

ob. s.p. in 1870,



born 8 March 1808 .
publicly bapt. 21 Sept.
1808 by Charles Puls-
ford, officiating minis-
ter ;* J. P. for Somerset ;
died 8 April 1884 ; bur.
at Shapwick.



Harriet Ann,
da. of Ed-
ward Law-
rence of The
Greenway,
Cheltenham,
Esq. 2nd
wife.



angways,



Henry Bull Templer Strangways, Esq., of Shapwick; J.P.=pMaria Cordelia, youngest da. of



Somerset ; Barrister of the Middle Temple ; formerly
Attorney-General ; Premier of South Australia ; retains in
South Australia by her Majesty's command the title
" Honourable."



H. R. Wigley, Esq., of Glenelg,
South Australia ; descended
from Wigley of co. Leicester.



Cordelia Elizabeth Mary Strangways.



Sophia Georgina Strangways.



I I

William Edmund Ludlow

Strangways, Strangways, died

died young, young.



Major Henry Thomas Vialls, 45th^=Helen
Regt., of Castle Grove, Bampton,
Devon ; J.P. for Somerset.



Cordelia
Maria Elizabeth
Strangs- Strangways
ways.



I I I

Helen Caroline Henrietta

Sophia Cordelia Mary

Vialls. Vialls. Vialls.



Harry

George

Vialls.



I I

Charles May

Edmund Vialls.
Vialls.



Kathlene
Margaret
Vialls.



Thomas Bewes Strangways,=Lavina, da.

born 28 June 1809 ; bapt. of

6 Jan. 1810 ; ob. s.p. in Fowler.
1859 in Australia.



Giles=7=Catherine, da.



Strang-
ways.



of ... . Kirby,
of South
Australia.



Edmund Ludlow Strang-
ways, Capt. R.N. ; died
unmar. 9 July 1890 ; bur.
at Shapwick.



Three sons.



Two daughters.



George Strangways,:
born . . . . ; mar.
. . . ., General in
H.M. Indian Forces;
of Dawlish, Devon,
and St. Helier,
Jersey.



: Hamilton Dunbar, da. of Alexander Tovey, Esq. (sixth son of John Tovey
of Woodside, co. Stirling, who mar. 12 March 1778 Hamilton Dunbar,
da. and coheir of Sir James Dunbar, third Bart., of Mochrum and Wood-
side, by Jacobina, youngest da. and coheir of John Hamilton, Esq., brother
of Robert, sixth Lord Belhaven), by Mary Hamilton Irving of Drum,
Scotland.

Arms: Quarterly. — 1, Azure, an eagle displayed argent, Tovey ;
2, Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure argent, charged with eight
roses of the first, Dunbar ; 3, Or, three lozenge-shaped cushions tasselled
within a double tressure fieury counter-fleury gules ; 4, Gules, a srvord
erect proper hilt and pomel or, between three cinquefoils ermine, Hamil-
ton of Belhaven, over a fleur-de-lis for difference.



Mary Strangsways,
died 1857, during
the defence of
Lucknow.



I I
Rose Cordelia Strangways.

Elisheba Ludlow Strangways.



George Strang-
ways, died in
Edinburgh in
1861.



Twins.



I I

Henry Alexander

Fawcus Hamilton

Hamilton Strang-
Strang-
ways.



Maria=Rev. George Peake, Elizabeth Strang-=Rev. William Margaret Strang-=Capt

Sophia Vicar of Aston, ways, died in Radcliffe. ways, died in Hennah of

Strang- Birmingham, who 1878 Issuetwosons. 1843. Madras

ways. died in 1876. Cavalry.



52



WELLS CATHEDRAL.
STEANGWAYS PEDIGREE.



Thomas Strangways of Strangways, co. Lane, Esq



T



George Strangways of Winterbourne Muston,=pElizabeth, da. and heir of William Birport of
co. Dorset ; died 27 Feb. 1569, aged 83. I West Holme, co. Dorset.



Giles Strangways of Muston.=pLucy, da. of Thomas Horsey of Martin.



T



i

Thomas Strangways of Muston,=pAun, da. of John Henry Bonham of Haselbeare,
living 1623. I co. Wilts, Esq.



II II II II I

Mabel Strangways. Grace Strangways. Dorothy Strangways. Ursula Strangways. Rebecca

— — . — — Strang-

Selina Strangways. Elizabeth Strang- Anne Strangways. Bridget Strang- ways,

ways. ways.



I I I

Giles Strangways.^Margaret, da. of Sir Thomas Strang- George Strang- John Strang-

son and heir, aged Henry Ludlow of ways, aged 18 ways, aged 12 ways, aged 10

21 in 1623. Maiden Bradley, in 1623. in 1623. in 1623.

Wilts.



Bonham Strangways. son and heir,=pJane, da. of Robert Coker,



of Charlton Adam, aged 27 in 1672 ;
died in 1719; bur. at Charlton
Adam.



Esq., of Mapowder, co.
Dorset; died in 1741 ; bur.
at Charlton Adam.



Henry Edmund Margaret
Strang- Strang- Strang-
ways. ways. ways.



I
Giles Strangways of Charlton Adani, :
son and heir ; died 27 Aug. 1 744,
aged 65 ; M.I. at Chailton.



I
: . . . . da. of .... Ceely of Margaret Strang-
Meare Court, West Hatch, ways, bapt. Oct.
Somerset. 1675.



tiam=^

ng-
s.



Bonham=p
Strang-
ways.



I
Giles Strang\vays=f=Mary da. of John Ed-
of Charlton I wards, Esq., co. Dorset.

Adam. | (A Fleet marriage.)

4-



Thomas Strangways of Shap-^=Elizabeth, da. and



wick, second son ; died 3 Oct.
1766, aged 51.



heir of Henry Bull
of Shapwick.



See Pedigree of Bull, p. 50.



I I

William Strangways,=pElizabeth, da. of Bartholomew Christian=Abraham Gapper of Swindon,

third son. i Trebble of Taunton ; living Strang- co. Wilts, M.D. ; ob. s.p.

1776. ways.



William Sealy=p
Strangways of j
Taunton.



Thomas Strang-=
ways of Creech,
co. Somerset.



Henry Ludlow Strang-=r=
ways,Capt. R.N.; killed
on board the ' Glutton.'*



Mary=
Strang-
ways.



:. . . . Burton
of Bristol.



A daughter, unmar. in 1805.



* He commanded the Marines on board the 'Glutton,' 54 guns, Captain Trollope, in the
celebrated action off Helvoet, 16 July 1796, against eight French ships of war carrying 230 guns,
when the 'Glutton' beat th"m all off. Captain Strangways was severely wounded, from the
effects of which he died. M.I. Bristol Cathedral.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



53




Quarterly of Twelve : 1, Sa., two lions pass, paly of six arg. and gu., Strang-
ways ; 2, Or, three bulls'' heads caboshed gu., Bull ; 3, Arg., a chev. betw. three
cross-crosslets sa., Southworth ; 4, 8a., a chev. betw. three cross-crosslets arg., Dayes ;
5, Quarterly arg. and gu., in the second and third a fret or, Dutton ; 6, Arg., on a
bend gu. three escarbuncles or, Thornton ; 7, Vert, a cross eng. erm., Kingsley ;
8, Or, a saltire sa., Helsby ; 9, Az., on a chev. betw. three garbs or a crescent for
diff., Hatton ; 10, Az., an estoile issuantfrom the horns of a crescent arg., Minshull ;
11, Quarterly az. and gu., a temple with a spire in the centre arg., on the pinnacle and
exterior battlements a cross or, in the first quarter an eagle displ., in the second a stag
trippant regardant, both of the last, Templer ; 12, Or, a body heart crowned ppr.,
on a chief sa. three escallop shells arg., Graham. Crests : 1, A lion pass, paly of six
arg. and gu., Strangways ; 2, A bull's head caboshed gu. betw. two ivings or, Bull.
Being the arms of H. B. Templar Strangways, Esq., of Shapwick, in whose posses-
sion is the following confirmation of arms to his ancestor William Bull of
Peglinch, Esq. (See p. 49.)

rpO all and singular persons to whome thes presents shall come Sir Willm Segar
-*- Knight alias Garter Principall King of Armes sendeth his due Comendacions and
greeting. Knowe Yee, that whereas anciently from the begyning yt hath byn a
Oustome in all Cuntryes and Comonwealthes well governed, that the bearing of
certeyn markes in Sheilds (comonly called Armes) haue byn, and are, the only
Signes and demonstracions either of prowess and valour atchyued in tymes of
warre, or of good Lyfe, and cyvill conversation used in tymes of peace ; So among
the which nomber I fynd Willm. Bull of Peglinch in the Countye of Somersett
Esquire, and one of the Barresters of the Midle Temple in London, the Sonne of
Willm Bull late of Wells in the said Countye gent who beareth for his Coate Ar-
more three Bulls' heads cabashed Gules ; And for his Creast forthe of a wreath of
his Cullours A Bulls-head cabashed also, between towe winges displayed gould : as
they are regestred in the Late visitation of ye said Sheire, taken by the Deputyes
of Willm Camden Clarencieux King of Armes, and testified under their hands.
All which said Armes and Creast I the said Garter haue taken notice of, and doe
by these presents ratifye, and confirme ye same, unto the said Willm Bull, and to
his heires for euer, and that it shal be Lawfull for hym and them to use, beare, and



54



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



shewforthe the said Atohyuement, at all tymes, and in all places withoute Lett or
molestacion. In witness whereof I the said Garter haue hereunto sett my hand
and Seale of Office the xxjxth daye of November in the two and twentieth Yeare of
the Raigne of our Soverain Lord James by the grace of God, King of Geat Brit-
tayne, France, and Ireland, Defendo of the faith, &c.

Willm Segar Garter.
(Seal of ' Garter ' attached.)



Monuments in South Choir Aisle— continued.

HUISH. Depositum Jacobi Huish, notarii publici quinque hujus Dioceseos

episcoporum registrarii qui annum, aetatis quadra jesimum, septimuni

agens, obiit Decimo die Februarii Anno Domini millisimo sexcen-

tessimo tricessimo nono.

(The above is round the edge of a floorslab, in the centre of which is the

following :)

Hie etiam sepulta est Sara filiam
HUISH. primum predicto Dni. Huish Dem* 111

PRICKMAN. Johis Prickman ge'n uxor quae

obiit 27 Maii an'o D'ni 1674.

JEtat. suss 73.

Hie etiam jacet Sara Huish filia

deorum Jacobi et Sara, quse obiit

23 Die Jan'rii Anno D'ni 1694.

iEtat. suae 66.



Cathedral Register.

Baptisms.

Jane dau. of John Prickman and Jane his w.

Abraham s. of M r John Prickman and Jane his w.

Katherine dau. of M r John Prickman of the Liberty & Jane his w.

Barbara dau. of M r John Prickman and Joane his w.

Thomas s. of M r John Prickman and Jane his w.

Burials.

M rs Christian Prickman widow. In the new works.
M rs Sarah Prickman w. of M r John Prickman.
Mary dau. of M r John Prickman of the Liberty.
M r Abraham Prickman of the Liberty.
M rs Ann Prickman widow.
M" Sarah Huish.

St. Cuthbert Parish Register.

Baptisms.

1620 Jan. 29 Maud dau. of James Huish.
1626 June 15 Bridget dau. of M r James Huish.



1680


May


10


1682


April


27


1683


Dec.


20


1686


May


6


1687


Mar.


18


1669


May


3


1674


May


27


1680


Aug.


27


1682


July


17


1686


Mar.


16


1694


Feb.


1



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



55



James s. of M r James Huish.

Frances dau. of M r James Huish.

Edward s. of M r James and Sarah Huishe.

Ann dau. of M r Charles Prickman.

Ann dau. of M r Henry Prickman of the Liberty.

Weddings.
John Lyne and Mary Prickman, of Shipham.
John Prickman of Shipham, yeoman, and Sarah Edghill of Wins-
combe, spinster, by licence.

Burials.
M r Edward Huishe.
Edward Huishe Esquire.
Adm. of the effects of Jane Prickman, late of the Liberty of S 4 Andrew, Wells,
granted at Wells 22 Jan. 1723. (Dean and Chapter, 1723, No. 6).



1627


Nov. 1


1632


Mar. 20


1634


Jan. 8


1652


April 8


1653


Jan. 29


1677


June 12


1721


June 24


1624


Mar. 25


1669


Aug. 19



BARON.




Here rests the Body of

William Baron Esq. late of this

city, son of Mr. William Baron,

Merchant, late of the city of

London, who died March 1

1728 ffitat. 54.
Here also rests Martha the
wife of the said William Baron
Esq. who died March 17 th 1760.
JStat. 75.
Anns : Per pale, the dexter, (Arg.) three mullets gu. within a
on an escutcheon of pretence, (az.) a lion pass. gard. (or),
Thompson ; sinister, Thompson as on the escutcheon of pretence. Crest : a bird
closed.)



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lord. eng. sa., Baron



56 WELLS CATHEDRAL.

Cathedral Register.

Weddings.
1697 Dec. 1 M r Matthew Baron and Elizabeth Comes, both of Wells.
\j$% Feb. 4 John Castle and Grace Baron, of S 4 Cuthbert.

Burials.
1726 April 6 Catherine dau. of William Baron of Wells, gent.
1737 Dec. 3 M r Benjamin Barron.

1739 Ang. 6 M" Turberville.

1740 Oct. 26 M rs Barron.

1787 Oct. 22 Ann La Faussaille relict of Major-Gen. John La Faussaille.

St. Cuthbert Parish Register.
Baptisms.
William s. of Henry Baron.
Hester dau. of M r Henry Baron.
Arthur s. of M r Henry Baron.
Thomas s. of M r William Baron (Mayor).
William s. of M r William Baron and Dorothy his w.
William s. of M r William Baron and Alice his w.
Samuel s. of William Baron and Alice his w.
Grace dau. of William Baron and Alice his w., of S* John Street.
Henry s. of William Baron and Alice his w., of S* John Street.
Matthew s. of M r William Baron and Dorothy his w., of New St.
James s. of William Baron and Alice his w., of Wet Lane.
Dorothy dau. of William Baron and Alice his w., of Wet Lane.
Alice dau. of William Baron and Alice his w., of Wet Lane.
James s. of M r Thomas Baron and Ann his w.
Hellen dau. of M r Thomas Baron and M ra Ann his w.
Charles s. of M r Charles Baron (born Feb. 23).
Thomas s. of M r Thomas Baron.

Ann dau. of M r William Baron, of New Street (born Aug. 26).
Hester dau. of M r William Baron, of New St. (born Oct. 31).

Weddings.

Francis Barones and Margery Hoskins.
James Baron and Mary Foster.

Burials.

M r Thomas Baron.

M r Henry Baron.

Richard s. of M r William Baron.

William s. of M r William Baron, of New Street.

M re Helen Baron, of High Street, " a gracie matron " (? gracious

or bountiful).
M r James Baron, " one of London."
M r William Baron, " one of the aldermen."



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1648


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1650


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1


1652


Sept.


19


1655


May



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