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2nd 3. Both sign..

19 Feb., 1750. Robert Deudney of Reigate, husbandman,
bachelor, 25, and Amy Simmons of Bletchingly, spinster, 22 ; at
Reigate. John Wix of Reigate, victualler, 2nd s. Both sign.

25 Feb., 1750. James Smitlier of Lelam, co. Middlesex, barge-
man, bachelor, 23, and Grace Christmas of St. Nicholas, Guildford,
widow, 24 ; at St. Nicholas, Guildford. William Lockwood of
Guildford, bargeman, 2nd s., signs. J. S. marks.

3 Mar., 1750 {i.e., 1750-51). Edward Port of Abinger, husband-
man, bachelor, 21, and May Hall of Wooton (s'lc), co. Surry, widow ;
at Chappel of Oakwood. Edward Boreman of Wooton (sic), yeoman,
2nd s., signs. E. P. marks. Seal, double eagle.



282 ALLEGATIONS FOR MARRIAGE LICEJvCES ISSUED BY

14 Mar., 1750. Robert Batten of Camberwell, a coachman,
bachelor, 28, and Mary Bennett of Camberwell, spinster, 21 ; at
St. Saviour's, Southwark. John Howell of Camberwell, a coachman,
2nd s. Both sign.

15 Mar., 1750. Samuel Reading of Steep, co. Hants, hoop
maker, widdower, 50, and Frances Wells of Woking, spinster, above
30; at St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford. X.B.— Samuel Reading,
formerly of Steep in Hants, has been for a considerable time last past
and is at this time, an inhabitant of Woking, Surry. George
Westbrook of St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford, framework knitter
2nd 8.

26 Mar., 1751. Richard Holloway of Bletchingly, husbandman
bachelor, 24, and Mary Blanchard of Nutfield, spinster, 22 ; ai
Reigate. John Wis of Reigate, victualler, 2nd s., signs. R. H
marks.

28 Mar., 1751. John Hewett of Peckham, Parish of Camberwell
a coachman, bachelor, 23, and Martha Driver of Peckham, spinster,
21 ; at St. Saviour, Southwark. John HoweU of Peckham, 2nd s.
coachman (?). Both sign.

5 Apr., 1751. Richard Brown of Carshalton, copper smith,

bachelor, 24, and Mary Bush of Mitcham, widow, 22 ; at

WiUiam Horn of Mitcham, shoemaker, 2nd s. Both sign.

8 Apr., 1751. John Cannon, Jun., of Chertsey, cordwainer,
bachelor, 18, and Anne Watts of Chertsey, spinster, 23 ; at Byfleet,
With the consent of John Cannon of Chertsey, his father, 2nd s
Both sign.

9 Apr., 1751. George Paice of ShaLford. miller, bachelor, 38,
and Hannah Hicks of St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford, spinster, 30 ; at
St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford, or St. Martha. George Westbrook of
St. Marie's, Guildford, framework knitter, 2nd s. Both sign.

9 Apr., 1751. John Knight of West Dean, co. Sussex, carpenter,
bachelor, 21, and Ann Bradley of Farnham, spinstei-, 21 ; at Elstead
or Seal. WiUiam Smither of Faruham, cabinet maker, 2nd s. Both
sign.

17 Apr., 1751. James Taylor of St. George, Burrough of
Southwark, victualer or tapster, bachelor, 24, and Judith Patience of
the same parish, spinster, 21 ; at St. Saviour's. Joseph Wilkinson of
St. Sepulchre, City of London, victualer and tapster. Both sign.

19 Apr., 1751. Richard Terry of Horley, husbandman, bachelor,
25, and Susannah AVorsell of Horley, spinster, 23 ; at Horley.
William Longley of Reigate, husbandman, 2nd s., signs. R. T.



20 Apr., 1751. John Rushworth of Brinklow, co. Warwick,
clerk. Rector of Brinklow, bachelor, 45, and Susannah Price of
Beddington, co. Surry, spinster, 39 ; at Beddington. John Price,
clerk. Rector of Beddington, co. Surry, 2nd s. Both sign.

23 Apr., 1751. Richard Westbrook of Ash, co. Surry, cordwainer,
widdower, 50, and Elizabeth Freaks of Ash, widow, 50 ; at St. Mary
tlie Virgin, Guildford. George Westbrook of St. Marie's, Guildford,
framework knitter, 2nd s. Both sign.



THE CO^BIISS.ytY COURT OF SlTiRF.Y. 283

23 Apr., 1751. Henry Hone, Jim., of Cliobham, farmer, 26, and
Ann Bartholomew of Chobham, spinster, 24; at Puttenliam, Tongham,
or Godalming. Heur}' Hone, Sen., of Chobham, farmer, 2nd s. One
signs, the other marks.

23 Apr., 1751. John Houseman of St. Saviour's, Southwark,
mercer, ^ridower, 21, and Susanna Walker of the same parish, spinster,
21 ; at St. Saviour's or Bermondsey. Mary Stow of St. Saviour's,
Southwark, a servant, 2nd s. Both sign.

23 Apr., 1751. Samuel Clearson of St. George, Hanover Square,
CO. Middlesex, labourer, widower, 40, and Sarah Wild of St. Margaret,
Westminster, spinster, 23 ; at St. Sa\'iour, Southwark. William
Evans of St. Saviour's, Southwark, waterman, 2nd s. Both sign.

24 Apr., 1751. William Delver of Walton-upon-Thames, timber
merchant, widower, and Ann TyrriU of Walton-upon-Thames, spinster,
18, a minor ; at St. Olave, Southwark. Edward Brown of Weybridge,
carpenter, 2nd s. Both sign. Appeared personally Edward Brown of
Weybridge, carpenter, and made oath that he is well acquainted with
Ann Tyrrill, widow, the mother of the said minor, that she now is in
a bad state of health, therefore cannot attend personally, and that the
said A. T., widow, did in his deponent's presence, set and subscribe

her name to the paper purporting her consent to the above

intended marriage. In the writing annexed the daughter is described
as "nineteen years and upwards." It is dated 23rd April, 175!.

Ann A."t. Tyi-rill.

27 Apr., 1751. Stephen Hunt of Farnham, cordwainer, bachelor,
21, and Sarah Mackrel of Farnham, spinster ; at Seal or Farnham.
Samuel Spreadborough of Farnham, victualler, 2nd s. Both sign.

27 Apr., 1751. Nathaniel Law of St. Martin's in the Fields, co.
Middlesex, linnen draper, bachelor, 21, and Mary AValker of the same
parish, spinster, 21 ; at Camberwell. He signs.

30 Apr., 1751. John Shove of Bansted, farmer, bachelor, 39,
and Apharah Smith of Bansted, spinster, 30 ; at Bansted. John
AUingham of Ewell, collar maker, 2nd s. Both sign.

1 May, 1751. Simpson Jeffery of Ryegate, farmer, widower, 38,
and Hannah Penfold of Ryegate, spinster, 28 ; at Ewell. John
Hawks (or Hawkins) of Ewell, carpenter, 2nd s. Both sign.

3 May, 1751. David Paice of Woking, wheelwright, 30, and
Sarah Gale of Woking, spinster, 40 ; at Woking, Horsel, or Chobham.
Thomas Yakleu of Woking, writing master, 2nd s. Both sign.

5 May, 1751. Thomas Stedman of Dorking, tallow chandler,
bachelor, 21, and Sarah Cook of Dorking, spinster, 22; at Reigate.
Richard Cook of Dorking, carpenter, 2nd s. Both sign.

9 May, 1751. William Beauchamp of Egham, husbandman, 23,
and Elizabeth Garraway of Old Windsor, spinster, 21 ; at Horsel.
John Beauchamp of Egham, husbandman, 2nd s., signs. W. B.
marks.

13 May, 1751. Cornelius Miizzell of Horsham, co. Sussex, clock
maker, and Mary Denier of Godalming, spinster, 21 ; at Godahning.
Richard Stedman of Godalming, watch maker, 2nd s. Both sign.



284 AU.EGAT10NS FOR MARRIAGE LICENCES ISSUED BY

13 May, 1751. Robert Carter of Holy Trinity, Guildford, barber,
bachelor, 28, and Anue Dimes of the same parish, spinster, 21 ; at St.
Nicholas, Guildford. Thomas Dimes of Guildford, butcher, 2nd s.
Both sign.

15 May, 1751. Johnson Sanders of Horley, yeoman, bachelor, 22,
and Martha Charlwood of Horley, spinster, 21 ; at Reigate. Thomas
Charlwood of Reigate, draper, 2nd s. Both sign.

17 May, 1751. William Mawhood of St. Bartholomew the Great,
City of London, gentleman, bachelor, 26, and Dorotliy Kroger of
Chobham, spinster, 22 ; at Richmond. Charles Mawhood of Darfield,
CO. York, gentleman, 2nd s. Both sign.

17 May, 1751. Thomas Eades of Stoke next Guildford, widdower,
58, and Jane Bos of the same place, widow, 43 ; at St. Nicholas,
Guildford. He is described in the bond as " carpenter." WiUiam
Balchild of Guildford, carpenter, 2nd s.

18 May, 1751. Damaris Barrett of St. Clement Danes, co.
Middlesex, spinster, 30, and William Gallop of the same parish,
bachelor, 25 ; at St. John's, Southwark, or St. Mary Magdalen,
Bermondsey. She signs.

23 May, 1751. Peter FusseU of St. Swithen, Winchester, organist,
bachelor, 24, and Anne Coldham of Winchester, spinster, 23 ; at
Egham. James DoUin of Egham, hostler, 2nd s. Both sign.

24 May, 1751. William Rice of Eslier, clerk of the works to
His Majesty at Richmond and Kew, bachelor, 21, and Mary Moore of
Esher, spinster, 21 ; at Esher. George Moore of Esher, baker, 2nd s.
Both sign.

30 May, 1751. Thomas Jones of Liugfield, labourer, widower,
and Mary Wooden of Limpsfield (sic), spinster, 35 ; at Limpsfield.
George Humphrey of Godstone, labourer, 2nd s. Both sign.

3 June, 1751. Thomas Neighbour of Wal ton -upon-Thames, collar
maker, bachelor, 30, and Anne Storer of Guildford, spinster, 21 ; at
Wisley. Jude Storer of Guildford, postmaster, 2nd s.

4 June, 1751. John Tickner of Horsel, yeoman, 24, and Jane
Scotcher of Horsel, 20 ; at Horsel, Bisley, or Chobham. John Scotcher
of Horsell, yeoman, 2nd s. Both sign. " Which John Scotcher is father
of the young woman."

7 June, 1751. Henry Putnam of Old Brentford, Parish of Ealing,
CO. Middlesex, bachelor, 19, and Sarah Goodman of the same place,
spinster, 25 ; at Petersham. With consent of Henry Putnam of Old
Brentford, his father. Both sign.

8 June, 1751. John Try of Windlesham and Bagshott, husband-
man, 18, and Anne Bowdery of Windlesham, &c., single woman, 22 ;
at Windlesham. With consent of John Try the elder, of Windlesham
and Bagshott, husbandman, the father of the above-mentioned J. T.,
" for and on the behalf of the inhabitants of the said parish of
Windlesham and Bagshott for the said Anne Bowdery, being now
with child by the said John Try " John Try, Edward Lewis of
Windlesham and Bagshott, *■ grocer, and Richard Strangwidge of
Windlesham, yeoman, ss. All three sign.



THE COMMISSAEY COURT OF SUKREY. 285

12 June, 1751. William Chilman of Great Bookham, labourer,
bachelor, above 29, and Ann Martin of Great Bookbam, spinster, 25 ;
at Great Bookham. Evan Jones of Great Bookham, labourer, 2nd s.
Both sign.

13 June, 1751. Jeremiah Strike of Lahalam (Laleham), co.
Middlesex, servant man, bachelor, 23, and Jane Islej^ of Laleham,
spinster, 23 ; at Egham. Henry Rogers of Lahalam, co. Middlesex,
labourer, 2nd s., signs. J. S. marks.

15 June, 1751. Thomas Butcher of Ripley, a butcher, bachelor,
21, and Olive Jaques of Ripley, spinster, 21 ; at Ockham, Send, or
Albury. Henry Roberts of Guldeford, inn-holder, 2nd s. Both sign.

16 June, 1751. Jonas Stort of Walton upon the Hill, husband-
man, bachelor, 30, and Sarah Henton of Reigate, spinster, 26 ; at
Gatton. WiUiam Skinner of Walton upon the Hill, blacksmith, 2nd s.
Both sign.

19 June, 1751. Robert Derby of Wimbourne Minster, co. Dorset,
gentleman, bachelor, 23, and Mary Clark of Waverley, co. Surrey,
spinster, 24 ; at Ripley or Send. Thomas Lawford of Holy Trinity,
Guldeford, husbandman, 2nd s. Both sign.

20 June, 1751. Richard Lipscomb of Cobham, co. Surrey,
blacksmith, 36, and Jane Collyer of Chobham, spinster, 35 ; at
Chobham. John Pigg of Chobham, yeoman, 2nd s. Both sign.

22 June, 1751. William Williams of Windlesham, peruke maker,
bachelor, 23, and Mary Green of Sliepperton, co. Middlesex, spinster,
24 ; at Windlesham, Horsell, or Bisley. He signs.

22 June, 1751. Thomas Harrison of Walton-upon-Thames,
carpenter, 50, and Elizabetli Uzzell of Walton-upon-Thames, spinster,
30 ; at Long Ditton. Anthony Predy of Walton, yeoman, 2nd s.,
marks. T. H. signs.

22 June, 1751. James Badger of Cheam, j-eoman, bachelor, 30,
and Ann Badger of Cheam, spinster, 2G ; at Woodmanstone, Coulsdon,
or Chipsted. He marks.

28 June, 1751. Thomas Fuller of Dorking, waggoner, bachelor,
29, and Mary Underbill of Dorking, spinster, 24 ; at Godstone or
Tandridge. He marks.

28 June, 1751. Thomas Burnett of St. Dunstan in the East,
London, dealer in coals, widower, and Mary Hewson of St. Dunstan,
Stepney, widow ; at Camberwell. He signs.

30 June, 1751. Thomas Withered of Cobham, co. Surrey,
butclier, bachelor, 24, and Sarah Lay of Stoke Dalborn, spinster, 22 ;
at Mitcham. Peter Brown of Mitcham, blacksmith, 2nd s. Both sign.

11 July, 1751. James Kelly of East Grinstead, co. Sussex,
labourer, bachelor, 22, and Sarah Head of East Grinstead, spinster,
22 ; at Crowhurst, co. Surrey. Richard Marten of East Grinstead,
collar maker, 2ud s. Both sign.

14 July, 1751. Richard Staples of Reigate, gardener, bachelor,
25, and Jane Holeman of Reigate, spinster, 24 ; at Gatton. John
Muggeridge of Reigate, husbandman, 2nd s., marks. R. S. signs.



^6b ALLEGATIONS FOE MAERIAGE LICENCES ISSUED BY

23 July,'1751. Bernard Ingerfield of Stratfieldsea, co. Southamp-
ton, yeoman, bachelor, 27, and Anne Matthews of Yately, co.
Southampton, widow, 25 ; at Farnham. Henry Allen of Farnham,
meahnau, 2nd s., signs. 13. I. marks.

27 July, 1751. Peter Le Keux of Christ Church, co. Middlesex,
weaver, bachelor, above 21, and Mary Le Keux of the same place,
widow, above 21 ; at Clapham, co. Surrey. Henry Lane of Newington,
CO. Surrey, mercer, 2nd s. Both sign.

27 July, 1751. Henry Edwards of Witley, co. Surry, malster,
widower, and 'Martha Stovell of Witley, spinster, 21 ; at Farnham.
William Barry of Farnham, peruke maker, 2nd s. Both sign.

5 Aug., 1751. William Dilley of Farnborough, co. Kent,
carpenter, bachelor, 30, and Mary Plastow of Westerham, co. Kent,
spinster, 30 ; at Lingfield or Leigh, co. Surrey. He signs.

5 Aug., 1751. John Aylwin of Bramley, co. Surrey, tallow
chandler (?), widower, and Margaret Young of Thursley, co. Surry,
spinster, 21 ; at St. Saviour's, St. Thomas, or St. George Southwark.

8 Aug., 1751. William Wells of Croydon, farrier, bachelor, 34,
and Sarah HaseU of Croydon, spinster, 2'i ; at Camberwell, Chapel of
Dulwich College. He signs.

10 Aug., 1751. William Harrison of Ewhurst, co. Surry,
blacksmith, 25, and Sarah Longhurst of Ewhurst, spinster, 30 ; at
Ewhurst, Albury, or Abiuger. Edmund Elkins of Guldeford, basket
maker, 2nd s. Both sign.

10 Aug., 1751. Thomas Davis of Mickleham, gardener, bachelor,
above 29, and Jane Chitty of Sheer, spinster, above 30 ; at Dorking.
James Billfold of Dorking, tailor, 2nd s., signs. T. D. marks.
Witnesses, James Billfold and Elizabeth Waker.

10 Aug., 1751. Henry Holden of Chiddingfold, labourer, bachelor,
21, and Mary Holloway of Chiddingfold, spinster, 21 ; at Chidding-
fold, Witley, or Hambledon. John Eede of Chiddingfold, husbandman,
2nd s., signs. H. H. marks.

11 Aug., 1751. John Harward (or Harrad) of Ash, co. Surry,
"servant to John Kustbrook there," (called "husbandman" in the
bond), bachelor, 30, and Hannah Gurnett of Ash, spinster, 30; at
St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford. George Westbrook of St. Marie's,
Guildford, framework knitter, 2nd s. Both sign.

12 Aug., 1751. Robert Selby of Ewell, co. Surry, gardener,
bachelor, 24, and Margaret Smith of Ewell, spinster, 28 ; at Ewell.
Peter Snell of Ewell, peruke maker, 2nd s. Both sign.

13 Aug., 1751. Thomas Tuesly of Holy Trinity, Guldeford,
cordwainer, bachelor, 21, and Elizabeth Flutter of the same place,
spinster, 21 ; at St. Nicholas, Guldeford, St. Mary in Guldeford, or
Stoke next Guldeford. James Douglas of Guldeford, inn-holder,
2nd s. Both sign.

22 Aug., 1751. John Stilwell of Thursley, j'eoman, widower, 52,
and ilary Luiin of Thursley, spinster, 32 ; at Purbright. James I/ee
of Guildford, victualler, 2ud s. Both sign.



THE COMMISSAEY CXJURT OF SUEREY. 287

30 Aue., 1751. John Tomlins of St. Catherine Cree Church,
London, leather seller, bachelor, 40, and Patience Gilbert of the same
parish, spinster, 40 ; at Wandsworth.

3 Sept., 1751. John Taylor of Lingfield, blacksmith, bachelor,
32, and Mary Orgies of Lingfield, spinster, 30 ; at Lingfield or Home.
George Humphrey of Godstone, labourer, 2nd s. Both sign.

6 Sept., 1751. Richard Tiekner of Godalming, paper maker,
bachelor, 26, and Jane Harris of Godalming, spinster, 26 ; at
Pepperhara, Elstead, or Farnham. Thomas Wring of Godalming,
cordwainer, 2nd s. Both sign.

18 Sept., 1751. John Darbou of Ivingston-upon-Thames, labourer,
bachelor, 25, and Sarah Parker of Islewortli, co. Middlesex, spinster,
22 ; at Ivingston-upon-Thames. Samuel Newman of Kingston-upon-
Thames, parish clerk, 2nd s. Both sign.

19 Sept., 1751. Jose23h Neels of Worijlesdon, paper maker,
widdower, 35, and Ann Blackwell of Worplesdon, widow, 34 ; at St.
Mary the Virgin, Guildford. Mary Wild of Stoke next Guldeford,
spinster, 2nd s., marks. He signs.

22 Sept., 1751. John Frisbee of Ewell, yeoman, bachelor, 23,
and Hannah Gardener of Ewel, spinster, 22 ; at Gattoii. Anthony
Roffey of Gatton, maltster, 2nd s. Both sign.

23 Sept., 1751. Thomas Archer of Mitcliam, leather breeches
maker, bachelor, 22, and Sarali Hagstone of Leatherliead, spinster, 18 ;
at Mitcham. With consent of Sarah Hagstone, widow, of Leatherhead,
the mother. Joseph Young of Leatherhead, farmer, 2nd s. Both
sign.

28 Sept., 1751. John Beasley (or Beasely) of Richmond, shoe-
maker, widower, 27, and Sarah Adams of Richmond, spinster, 30 ; at
Cbappel at Petersham.

28 Sept., 1751. John Spikesnian of Maldon, co. Surry, labourer,
bachelor, 25, and Anne Bedell of Maldon, spinster, 22 ; at Kingston-
upon-Tliames. Richard Rose of Maldon, blacksmith, 2nd s., signs.
J. S. marks.

29 Sept., 1751. John Wood of Colsden, co. Surry, husbandman,
bachelor, 25, and Mary Hassell of Colsden, spinster, 24 : at Gatton.
Thomas Westover of Colsden, husbandman, 2nd s., marks. J. W.
signs.

1 Oct., 1751. Henry Gunner of Chobliam, husbandman, 23, and
Margaret Glover of Chobham, spinster, 17 ; at Chobham. Richard
Russell of Chobham, husbandman, 2nd s. Both sign. With consent
to her marriage of Wm. Glover, father of Margaret G.

5 Oct., 1751. Wilham Furlonger of Dunsfold, blacksmith,
bachelor, 23, and Anne Paine of Kerford, co. Sussex, spinster, 22 ; at
Shalford. William Parson, jun., of Guildford, linncn draper, 2nd s.
Both sign.

6 Oct., 1751. John Otway of Ashtead, labourer, bachelor, above
25, and Elizabeth Arthur of Ashtead, spinster, above 22 ; at Great
Bookham. William Arthur of Ashtead, farmer, 2nd s., signs. J. 0.
marks.



288 ALLEGiTKiNS FOR MARRIAGE LICENCES ISSUED BY

7 Oct., 1751. Edward Comber of Warbleton, co. Sussex, cooper,
bachelor, 30, and Dorothy Andrews of EarHngton •'■■■ (sic), co. Sussex,
spinster, 25 ; at Reigate. Thomas Meers of Bletchingly, baker, 2nd s.
Both sign.

8 Oct., 1751. James Wheeler of Ash, co. Surry, blacksmith, 24,
and Elizabeth Freakes of Ash, spinster, 22 ; at Ash, Worplesdon, or
Farnham. Richard Davis of Guldeford, maltman, 2nd s. Both sign.

9 Oct., 1751. Richard Lawrence of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London,
butcher, widower, 40, and Ruth Chandler of the same parish, widow,
40 ; at Lambeth. He signs.

9 Oct., 1751. John Wood of Merstham, quarry man, bachelor,
23, and Jane King of Merstham, spinster, 22 ; at Gatton. Anthony
Roffey of Gatton, maltman, 2ad s. Both sign.

14 Oct., 1751. Henry Bow3'er of Croydon, bachelor, 28, and
Ann Bennett of Croydon, spinster, 21 ; at Chapel at Dulwich. He
signs.

14 Oct., 1751. James Medhurst of Eton Bridge,! co. Kent,
miller, bachelor, 31, and Eleanor Crittell of Chipstead, spinster, 25 ;
at St. Saviour's, Southwark. Josias Villeneau of St. Saviour's,
Southwark, iipholder, 2nd s. Both sign.

17 Oct., 1751. George May of Woking, maltster, bachelor, 40,
and Martha Passenger of Littleton, co. Middlesex, widow, 40 ; at
Woking, Pirbright, or Worplesdon. Henry Tuesly of Godahning,
yeoman, 2nd s. Both sign.

18 Oct., 1751. William Wynn of St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford,
blacksmith, bachelor, 25. and Jane Terry of the same parish, widow,
28 ; at St. Mary the Virgin, Guildford. George Westbrook of St.
Marie's, Guildford, framework knitter, 2nd s. Both sign.

19 Oct., 1751. Thomas Bridger of Frencham, blacksmith,
bachelor, 22, and Hester James of Farnham, spinster, 23 ; at
Pepperharrow. Henry Tuesly of Godahning, yeoman, 2nd s. Both
sign.

21 Oct., 1751. Robert Lucas of Leatherhead, carpenter, bachelor,
above 34, and Mary Hill of Dorking, spinster, above 25 ; at Leather-
head. Edward Field of Great Bookham, gardener, 2nd s. Both
sign.

21 Oct., 1751. John Willis of Puttenham, yeoman, widower, and
Ehzabeth Daws of Puttenham, spinster, 21 ; at Compton. William
Bullock of Farnbam, victualler, 2nd s. Both sign.

24 Oct., 1751. William Russell of St. Clement, Eastcheap,
London, tallow chandler, widower, and Jane Sallwood of Camberwell,
spinster, 30 ; at St. John, Southwark, or Camberwell. He signs.

25 Oct., 1751. John Pressey of Kingston-upon-Tliames, butcher,
widower, 30 (?), and Mary Romer of Kingston, widow, 48 ; at
Petersham. Richard Millis of Kingston, cordwainer, 2nd s. Both
sign.

* Eaithington (?). f Edenbiidge.



THE COMiriSSAEY CODRT OF SURREY. 289

25 Oct., 1751. John Parrock of St. Luke, co. Middlesex, taylor,
widower, and Sarali Johnson of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London,
spinster, 21 ; at St. Saviour, Southwark, St. George, or Christ Church,
Surrey. He signs.

25 Oct., 1751. William Luck of Albury, yeoman, bachelor, 29,
and Elizabeth Osborn of Albury, spinster, 23 ; at Dorking, Mickleham,
or Great Bookham. James Clirismas of St. Mary, Guildford, Gent.,
2nd s. Both sign.

26 Oct., 1751. Edward Dudson of St. Luke, co. Middlesex,
Gent., widower, 40, and Ann Pebworth of St. James', ClerkenweU,
widow, 30 ; at St. Saviour, Southwark. Josias Villeneau of
St. Saviour's, Southwark, upholsterer, 2nd s. Both sign.

26 Oct., 1751. John Bennett of Waverley, co. Surrey, bachelor,
21, and Ann Walker of Waverly, widow ; at Farnham. WiUiam
Coots of Farnham, coUar maker, 2nd s. Both sign.

28 Oct., 1751. Henry Jupp of Abinger, shop keeper, bachelor,
21, and Mary Grantham of Abinger, spinster, 21 ; at Abinger, Wooten,
or Sheere. WiUiam Brackenbury of Guldeford, linnen draper, 2nd s.
Both sign.

2 Nov., 1751. John Stevens of Ryegate, basket maker, widower,
and Margaret Willimot of Little Bookham, spinster, above 25 ; at
Little Bookham. John Hardy of Little Bookham, labourer, 2nd s.
Both sign.

3 Nov., 1751. Robert Gavile (or Gaviell) of Windlesham,
cordwainer, 27, and Susanna Elldrup of Warfield, co. Berks, spinster,

22 ; at Windlesham. John Cowdery of Chobham, carpenter, 2nd s.
Both sign.

5 Nov., 1751. John Furlonger of Hascomb, taylor, bachelor,
above 21, and Mary Hubbard of Great Bookham, spinster, above 23 ;
at Great Bookham. William Freemantle of Alseford {sic), co. Hants,
labourer, 2nd s., marks. J. F. signs.

5 Nov., 1751. William Jenums of Godstone, collar maker,
bachelor, 29, and Elizabeth Underbill of Godstone, spinster, 27 ; at
Godstone. He marks. Joseph Nelson of Godstone, labourer, 2nd s.,
signs.

7 Nov., 1751. David Speedy of Warfield, co. Berks, draper, 30,
and Ann Ewen of Warfield, spinster, 24 ; at Chobham. He signs.
Michael Todd of Warfield, draper, 2nd s. Both sign.

9 Nov., 1751. WiUiam Farmer of East Grinstead, co. Sussex,
glover, bachelor, 30, and Sarah Taylor of East Grinstead, spinster,
28 ; at Godstone. George Humphreys of Godstone, labourer, 2nd s.
Both sign.

16 Nov., 1751. Joseph Waters of St. Peter CornhiU, London,
Gent., bachelor, 37, and Mary Fox of St. Luke, co. Middlesex,
spinster, 30 ; at Camberwell or Lambeth.

16 Nov., 1751. James Dane of East Grinstead, co. Sussex,
cordwainer, bachelor, 24, and Ann Cox of East Grinstead, spinster,

23 ; at Godstone. John Strickland of East Grinstead, labourer, 2nd s.
Both sign.



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16 Nov., 1751. John Henly of West Horsely, malster, bachelor,
30, and Mary Smith of East Clandon, spinster, 21 ; at East Clandon.
John Lee of East Clandon, farmer, 2nd s. Both sign.

17 Nov., 1751. Henry Mancell of Frensham, labourer, 22, and
Mary Hone of Horsel, spinster, 16 ; at Horsel. With consent of
James Hone of Horsel, bricklayer, her father, who is also 2nd s.

18 Nov., 1751. Henry SeaU (? JeaU) of Froyle, co. Hants,
victualler, 26, and Mary French of Liss, co. Hants, spinster, 22 ; at
Bisley. James Stedman of Yately, co. Hants, carpenter, 2nd s. Both
sign.

20 Nov., 1751. John Bullen of Stoke next Guildford, Gent.,
bachelor, 21, and Mary Jenkins of Woking, spinster, 21 ; at Streatham
or Clapham. John Martyr of Guildford, Gent., 2nd b. Both sign.

21 Nov., 1751. Robert Charlvrood of Nudigate, husbandman,
bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Batchelour of Nudigate, spinster, 21 ; at
Nudigate. Robert Wood of Nudigate, carpenter, 2nd s., signs. R. C.



21 Nov., 1751. John Faulkner of Petersham, tobbaconist,
bachelor, 25, and Elizabeth Butterfield of Petersham, spinster, 24;
at Petersham. Joseph Davis of Petersham, linnen draper, 2nd s.
Both sign.

24 Nov., 1751. Robert Yalden of Send, cordwainer, bachelor,
31, and Sarah Hone of Send, vridow, 22 ; at Byfleet. Henry BoxaU of
Send, wheelwright, 2nd s. Both sign.

28 Nov., 1751. John Davis of Mitcham, coppersmith, widower,
24, and Joan Vaughan of Mitcham, spinster, 22 ; at Mitcham.
Thomas Stoakes of Mitcham, farmer, 2nd s., signs. J. D. marks.

4 Dec, 1751. John Bradfield of Leigh, co. Surrey, blacksmith,



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